The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1855
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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; BY AUTHORITY. From Manassa's Station,by GainesTillc Pleasant View,.Letart Falls, 0. Graham's, From Richmond,by City Point,-Swine- From Warren ton,by Wnrrenton Springs, House, and Warwick C. II., to Torktown.-s;. Lumbcrton' Leerrillc, 'to. fair D
IIaymarkctThoroughfare,the Plains Salem S Station, Pomeroy, Sheffield, west Columbia S J yard, and \VilflamabnrLanding, and. New and JefTcrsonville, to Oak Shade. From l'Yorktown by Hay' Store,Hickory Bluff., S '' 9
; 5- LAWS .Fauquier, and Kectortow Station,to Piedmont ,. Cheshire, 0., Guthrie's Point Pleasant.I port's Scw't Norfolk. From Warsaw by Rice's Store, Hague, Fork, Gloucester C. IL,and North End, From Faye tt 0,bj Dam rncb.Raat&lla* 51

i OF JIIE UMTEIl STATES. Station. Va., Galipolis, Ohio, Raccoon Island, Here .'byVlrest 'Hater Locks,I Kinsalc, Oldham's Cross Roads,Union Village to)IatthnC.IL tulle, Montpelier, Laurel Hill, Springfield, .
From Meadow Bluff br Blue Sulphur ford's. ". South New Castle, 0.. Swan Beaver. Dam. Loth Ud Pctnberton, Lottsburg, Ucathsville, Wicomoco From Zackville,by Elizabeth, Forks of and Brightsville,S. Cheraw.&C. 'It
PVDLIC ACT OF 33d COXGRD88 Spring, Palestine, and Egypt, to Red Sulphur creek Green Bottom, Va. Millersport, 0., CartersviUe: cnton'seven Church, Kilmarnock, Lancaster C. U., Lit- Reedy Creek,and M. D.W. Bogg, to New From Fayettirilkr Cilo Owtnavill r*, Qb
OF THE Spnngs. S Quaker Bottom, Guyandotte Va., Savage Islands,Sconttyjlfe,JSaJrenHowadsville; .walton,Earoham, and Dure t..iIlet to War- California. ton and Springfield .... '. J
From Mercer C. IL to Princeton. Grant;Burlington, Catlettsburjr, Ky., Wirminstcr,* Hardw icksville, Tye ',RrYft, .!aw- .. S NORTH,.CAROIIXJU u. r rwui,J[.JCIWVIII V JM1J i OU,7';S j J
t S UNITED STATES. From Mechanicsburg, by Kimberlin rock Green Store O Coal Grove Amanda Ky. i Warhouselln's creek Gait's Mills, From Warsaw by Dnrrettsville, Farn- From Alberuarle, by Elfred'sifillM{ ,Mor From yettevllfe, *i tbr-'F rsWr tI .
: Pitted at the fiT" session, vhlch vat begun Gap, Clear Fork Valley, and cove creek,to Irbnton. O. Ilaiiging Rock, French Grant, j Sclm Ilolcoinb's flock, BigI ham, Litwalton Lancaster C. II., ,Kilmar an'* Mills. Love's Level, and Garman' Cape Fear Kiver, via. Blocku.s,5 to flz'.
and held at the City of Washington, Peerj's Store. Greenup C II., Ky., Franklin Furnace, 0., I Island, Balcom Falls and Rock Point Millsto no.k, Wicomoco Church,Heaths ville.Loltsbnrg. Mills, to Clear Creek. bethtoirn. Bladen County.. ; S :
in the District of Columbia on Monday, : ,From Meredith's Tarern, by Palestine, Wheelereburg. Sciotaville Springville. Ky., l'atoburg. :Union Village,Oldham's Cross Roads, From Albeniarle to Swift Island. From ,Favetteville,' by Gray's 'crik i iI I
. S the 5t4 day of December, Ib63; .and ended to Morgan's Ridge. Portsmouth O., Friendship, Rockville.Vanoeburp I } by Erin Shades, Coal Kinsale, Uague, and Rict'a Store, to War- From Ashborough to Troy by Science Prospect Hall,.Lyoo'* L ndi & E&afcstk.
-: on Monday, the 7th day of August, From Marthiiville, by Rough and Ready Ky. Rome O. Concord, Ky. and Hill, Rockvillc, Johnson' Spring Perkins- saw.From Hill, Hill's Store, Salem Church, and La -I town,:White'* creek West Brooh,to: B.. i
1854. Mills, Prunty's & Elamsville, to Rock Cas Manchester, 0., to Maysvillc, K. vie, Gum Springs Mitchell store, Shannon Warsaw, by Lyell's Store. Mon- fiitcr' Milk, to Troy. .on. S T I
'f.- FRANKLIN PIESCE President. DAVID tie. Erom Parkersburg, by Belleville, MUJraysville I HilL Bell's cross Roads, and Pindex- tress, Rice' Store,"Hague,'Kinsale, to Old- From Asbborough. by Moffit's Mill, From Fayettevffle, by Blen' Bridg!SCd- )
K ATCHINSOS, President of the Senate,pro From Martinsrille by Shady Grove, Ravenswo Pleasant View, I tCr'1 store to TreviHian's Depot. ,' ham's Cross Roads. Waddel's Ferry, and Brown' Mills, to Donald's Mills, Bastuck Mills Rock Qn9.. 51 '
I tanpire. LINN BOYD,Speaker of the House Snow creek, Dickinson. Union Hall, Gill's Moore's: Agrona to Jackson From Richmond, by Proctor's reek to From Waterford, by Hoysville, to Lo- Property. Covington, Powellon. Pekin,Little'* Mill*, 3
.f Representatives.fn creek Kasey'a Fancy Grove, and Davi/s C. II, Peterbur. S vt'ttni1te. From Ashville, by Elat Creek. Gilbert's, Pine Hill, Duma' Store, in' IUcbxno d. ",
( Continuation.) :Mills, to Liberty. From Parkersburg, by 'firiscoe Run and Rcbmond by New Kent C. IL, From WatJsboro', by Barry's Bridge, Bull Creek, Indian Gap, Double Springs, Swift Island Charles Creek Mount GUud,
' S From Middletown, by Portsmouth, to Duncan, to Marietta, 0. Orinar Wilhamsbnrg and Draperoville.to Boydton. Gahagen's, Big Laurel, Sulphur Springs, 3IcCoe' Mills, Truy Ilousgoniery C)11. :
.. From Jyncsville to Tazcwtll, Tennes- Front Royaj From'Parerbur.! by D.tvisville, Free- Yorktown, and lla-ay House to From Weston, by the Weston and Gau- Tennessee and Love's to Limestone Springs, )Jill dgcYiUe, Maceloni&, CIIZk'I Mills,

see.FromKaiiaTiha IL Len's From Middle town, by Rcctortown.Piedmont prt Mills, Heckert's Uampten.From ley'i Bridge\ Turnpike, to Gnu'e1' Bridge, Tennessee. S New Oilead, and Salem Grove, to' .fc,.
1 C. .Hen by creek, Moreland, Lced's Manor, and Mark- Leading Creek Cia '" Point Weston, Richmond, by Old Church, Shar- in layette County. From Asheville by Sulphur Springs, From Fayetteville, by Salem GroveTN S
; Peytona, Ballardnulle ittsvillc, andS ham Station, to Manassas Gap. Lorcntz's. Store, Buchannan. Oierhill, and onville, A 'let'. Fleetwood Academy andMilkr's From Weston to Fork Lick. Hommeny Creek, Pigeon River, Fork of Gilead, Clark' Mills, Macedonia,and Trot
' Chapmamvillti, to Logan C. II. From Milford, by Port Royal and Port Middle Fork to Beverly. to Tappahanok From Weston, to Phillippi, in Barbonr Pigeon, Waynesville Peru, Sco t'l Creek, to Swifi' Island. t
; S From Kenan La C. II., by the Upper falls Conway, to Kin* George C. II. From Parkcrbur by Fountain Spring From Ripley to Bnd Mis. Caunty.From. Franklin,Aquona Ilea, Tennessee, Clayton From Fayettevillc, by Kyi'. Laadiac,
: of coal llivcr, GrttOthsville, Hamlin, Falls From Millwood to Berryvillc. to wirt ., wirtC. From Rockcastle, by Spur,. to Weston, by Little Skin Creek, Big Valley town, Tomotta to Murphey, Hill' Ferry, McNeil's Ferry, Kinnbort,
,of Gugandoltc, and Adkinsville. to Wayne. From Millwood to Milldale. Burning Splines. Big Bend, Pinecreek,and Meadows of Dan. Skin Creek, Bennett's Mills, Ireland, Bull- Ga.From and Elevation, to Smithfield. ,
O. II., C. From Middleburg to Rectortown, Oak De Kalb, to Glennvil'e. From Rocky Monnt by Retreat,Sipson's town, Salt Lick Bridge,and llatnoods, tc I Asheville. by Turkey Creek, San From Forestville, by New Light,.Bioefc- I .
tif: Fn,m Kanawha IL. by Coalsmouth, Hill, Moreland, Lted's Manor Farrowsville, From Parkersburg to Belpre Ohio. Long Branch, \ ..:and Cannaday'aGap.toFIoydC.il. Braxton C. 1!. dy Mush Spring Creek Fine's Creek, Crabl'rceaDd yule, and Tab' creek, to Oxford.. !
J: 'Mount Salciu. Mud Bridge, and CaUll C. and Manassas Gap, to Front Royal. I From Parkersbnr by Bueua Vista wells From Weston, by fink's Creek, and Jonathan' Creek to Waynesville. From Forestyillc, to Rolksville. -
.. 1I, to Gujandotte. S From Mitchell's Station to Racoon Ford.I and Jaksn C. II. From Rocky Monnnt by Long Branch, New Milton, to West Union. From Franklin to Chilhowee, by tws
; .S From Kanawha C. 1L, LyJarrdt's Ford. From Moorfield by Howard'sLick.. Bar- From Patrick C. 1. by Sandy Plains and Cannady's Gap, to Fiord C. II. From Washington, D. C., by Alexandria, From Asheville, by Sulphur Springs, Dchart's creek, aDd Alarka : I'
S Clcndfiiin, Walton,Hcnnv' Fork,Aruolddburg. badocsville, and Orkney Springs, to Mount and Ararat, to ', N. C. From Rocky Mount, bp Bonbrook Cop Glymont, Game Point, Fredencksburg. Avery's Creek, Mill River, lioilston, CLty- From Franklin,by Acquone, Vail*}??_ .
:.. and Steer c\ to Glenvillc. Jackson, to Shenandoah County. From Patrick C. U., by Rock Castle, to er's crofs Roads, Chambhssburg, : Guiney's Aquia Creek, Milford, Rnther tonville,and Davidson's River, to Gather's Dawesville, Tumotta Murphey C. li,'aacI
4 .I'rUm Kalian ha C. 1L, by Pocotaligo, andSi&aonille From Moorfield by Drakes\iile, Sweedlln Floyd C. I!. Horcb,.and Bunkerhill. to Libci.ty. Glen, Junction, Taylorsville,and Slash Cottage Creek. Ivy Log, Ga, to Blairsville G*. _
.it S to Jackson C./n. Hill)!, Oak Flat Sugar Grove and Palo From Patrirk C. IL, by Wilt's Spur, From Rocky Mont, by Sydnorsvillc, to Richmond. From Allemance: to Monticello, by Sum From Franklin Depot by South Qai,
' From Kanauha C. II., by Mouth of Poca i Alto, to McDowell. Meadow Dam Lure}'ork and Glades- Oak Lve Prillaman's, and Elamaville, to From Washington C.by Georgetown, mer's MiIU. Winton, and Edenton, to Plymouth. '*
1".. Walnut Gro\ Winfield. Red Ilouee Shoals. i From Moorfield, by Luney's creek and borough to II. Langley, Va., Prosdect Hill, fcpnngvale, From Avery sboro, by Pleasant Plains, From Franklin to Clarksvill Ga, via
". Buffalo, Frazier' Boiton, al Colo! ;e, to Upper Tract, to Franklin. From Patterson's Depot, bv Frankfort: From Komney, by Burlington Ridgcvillc Dranesvilic! Belmont, Lcesburz, Hamilton, and McNeil's Ferry, to QtJll en'ilie. Tennessee Kiver, Cloy ton, and Tigr.
Point Pleasant. From Moore's Ordinary, by Doubjc Sheetz's Mills, Burlington, WiIhaniMport. New creek, Dept Winston, North Branch PurceiUville, Snickersnlle, Castleman's From VarclaJ"svaJlc,in Cumberland County From Frankhnton, by Harris' Canes
c :From Ktlleysvillc to Brandy Station. Bridge and Pleasant Grove, to Hay leys- Ridgeway, and McXemau's cross Roal to Bridge, Cheat Bjidge, Ferry, and Berryville, to Winchester., by Lce' Ferry, to Summerville.From Roads, to Hall's cross Roads. <. ,
From Kcri.ey vtllo to bhcpherdstown. burg. Luney'a Creek. Fellowsville, Evansville, Three Forks Prun- From Washington, D. C., by Alexandria, Beaufort to Jarrctt's Bay, in Car- From Frankl'nton by Wilton,BrookviBc.
From Ktrneybville, by Lcetown, to Mid- From Moore's Ordinary, by Brydic'sStore From Pattonsburg, by Powell Tavern, t}town, and Bridgeport, to Clarksburg.From Va., Anandale, Fairfax C. IL. Centreville, tcret County. Tally! ho, Dial' creek Bed JJouaUbk tad
dleway.From. Tii-6ekiah, Laurel Hill, Lunenburg SULLt'i Tavern, Beaver Dam Goochland Romney, by SpnngCeld to Green Groveton, Btckbamsville. Walnut Branch, From Beaufort to Smyrna. i CalUw ell,to HiiJsboro.
Kingwood by Salt Lick Falls to C. II., and Rclioboth, to TatcsvilU. .. Cartersville.. New Canton Spring nun St. Stephens,Auburn, Warren ton, Warn-n- From Bcattie'd! Ford, to Bunker Hill, : From }'ranklinTillc to Troy' Stare
German Settl m nt. From Monterey, by :Meadow Dale, Mile Fork Union, Westminster, Ilardwicksrille, From Romney,by PurtS ,to Moor- ton Springs, Jcfiersonton! and Rixcy Ville, Vice Dry Ponds, Mountain Creek. and From Gap Civ, by A. B. McMillan, ,
From Kingwood by Decker's to Morgan- Gap.Spruce Hill and Sunrise, to Mountain T\e-River-Warehouse, Bent creek and field. to Oak Shade. Lowrances 111I". Flint Hill, Laurel Spring, and Pdtland'. to
town. j G rove. Stonewall Mills to Richmond. From Rose': lib to Temperance, in Dallas, and Nail factory. lo Lincolton. From Bcattie' Ford,by Sherrill's Ford, Ashe V. U. .
From Kilmarnock to white Stone. From Morgantown, by HcUtersburg, to From Petcrbtow by bhandakin's Ferry Amhcrst Count\ From Charlotteby Tuckasagaand Wood- and Lowranccs Mills to Bunker IIJL. From Garner' Ford by PiercevSIt to
From Ke\\sville Depot, by County LineS Brownsville. and Mercer salt Works, to Princeton. from Re Valley, by Big Meadows, toMouth lawn to Lincolntc From Bores to Oak Hill. Shelby.
Cross Hoaali to Darlington Heights. From Morgantown, by Gladesvillc and From Pedlar's Milk, by Pryor's Vale, to Wii'on. From Charlotte, by Pineville, Pleasant From :Bla.rsville; Giu, by Mount Elia, From Gikhrist's Bridge to Blue'*Bridge
: From King George C. II., to iLunpstcad, Racoun, to Kvansv.Uc. But lo Springs. From Rye Valley, by Two-Milc-Branch. Valley. Eclair,and Curelon'j Store,Lancaster Brasstown, Fort Hembrce, N. C.. and Tu- Richmond county.
in King George county. From Morgantown by \Yliiteday Cladesto Pennaboro' to Ritchie C. II., by Sinclair Botton. Love's Mills, Liberty hall C. U., S. 0., Pleasant Hill, Hanging quitee, to Acquone. From Gourd Vine, by Morgan's JIIIr,
F From Leading creek to Glennvillc.. Fctterman. St. Mary's. Laurel and dark;s Mill, to Abington. Rock,and Flat Rock, to Camden. From BrmlJey Arcola.. and Love's Level, to Clear creek, Cabarns
S From Lebanon to und Lick. From Morgantown. by Granville Cass- From Peterburg, by Tight Squeeze stony From Ruckmansvillc, Highland county, From Charlotte, to Monroe C. H., by From Brier Creek, by Hay Meadow, and county.
From Lebanon, by Sai h's Ford, New yule Prentess, Blacks\ille, 'Vades town, creek Warelfoni*, Jart'l IItk-ford: by Wade's Store, to Hnnterville. Sharon, Ilemphill's Store, Providence, Mulbery, to Laurel Springs. From Graves, by MajCcId Oregon, and
I;. Garden Rkhlands. Cedar Bluff and Baptist Jolly town Rverson's Station Rock Valley Pleasant Hill, N. C., Gareysburg, to From Russell's Mills, by Llva Mills to Wolf6\'ilIea.nd, Winchcstei, to Monroe C. From Brookville-by Wilton,Tranquility, Dan River to LeaKsville.
Valley, to Tazew ell C. II. Fair Hill, and Wheeling Valley, ot Wheel WcIJon. St. Mary' Pleaaant's county. i II. Fi<>h Dam, West Point Prattsburg, and From Grassy reek, by ChikbviB, TtU
From Lawrencvvillc, by Diamond Grove, From Pctci>burg, by Tempktf, New- From Snlisbarg N_C.. by Maxville, Ya.I.I From Charlotte, by Martindale, Ilope- Trace's Store to Chapel Hill. I low )Mountain Cranberry Forge, Koaa
LcwUrJlc Loch Levcn, Brick land N n-Intervention ing.From Moundsville, Fork S Ridge, Long ville. Littleton, Fanner's Grove Assamoonick. Ilanij.tonvillc, Jonesville Island Ford, state wcll, Cowan's Adam'd Store Forney's, and From Burgaw Depot by Long Creek, Mountain, Tenn., and Dog River COT, to v
,Columbia Uro\e Whittle's Mills Bottom, Fish Creek, and Knob Fork to and Vicksville, to Jerusalem. Road. lloanng Gap, Gap Civil and Independence Cottage Home, to Bcattie'd Ford. Betty's Bridge, and Llack River Chapel, to Elizabeth to wo, lenn.
South Hill, Cr.chstou's Store. and Fork- Pine Grove.From From Petersburg by prince George C. t\Vy theville. From Cheraw, S. C.. by StcwarMown. HarrtU's Store. From Gravelly IML! by Bratty. JJ,.
ville, to I-awrencevillo. Mount Vinco to Buckingham C. II. 11. Garcysvillc, cabin Point, Surry C. II- }'rol Salem, by cave Spring.to Jacksonville N. C., Rockingham, Dockery'a Store, Cov- From Burncsville, by Day Book to and Cvlly-Swamp, to Caine Tuck.,
From Lawrenceulle to Durnt. ilIe. From Mount Vinco, by Glcnmore, to Bacon's castle, Bur,rtll'a Bay Smithfieldand Ftojd county, (Floyd C. II.) ington, Powclllon, Pekin,and McRae's Millto Longmires,Tenn. From Greensboro, to Madison by Hill-
From Lawrenocvill. by Powellton, Pleasant Warren. Chuckatuck, to Suf"lk. From ScottMille, by Garland's North Troy. | From Burgaw, or some other point on dale, and PleasantviIIe.

Oaks Green Plaint, N. C., Summit, From Mountain Cove,by Kecsler's cross From Petersburg,by Grove,Black- Gllrcn Bates*ille, and Yancey'a Mills, to From West Columbia', by Cedar Flats, railroad, to Benncrman's, in New Hanover I From Gre*>usborougb, by New Garden., "I
S Uholsonvillc., and vx hi te Plains to Law- Lane, Nicholas C. II., and Birch River to water, Baileysburjr, Green Level,Berlin and nnwOllJept. 'pper Flats, and Letart Falls, to JacksonC. |county. Friendship,Jamestown, KernerrviHt Lhne- ,
;cnceii1tc.S : BraUon II. Dower to Jerusalem. Olympia,Chathrm Hill II. \ From Bernsville,by Jack's creek,Red Hill, i stone-Well, Rich Fork Salem, Martin sad 1Il
From Lawrenccvillc.by Burnt\ile! Stur- From Mountain Falls, by Gravel Spring, From Peerbur by Dinwiddie C. H., Croadford,and Saltville, to Abmgdon.FromSiiaronsYilc From West Fork Furnace, by Buffalo Big Rock Brevk, and Limestone Cave, to Lexington, to Salisbury. 5 j
f geonville, Kennedy Joneeboro,' Oral Oak Paddy's Mills, Van Burtn Furnace aad : winsie to %Wyom by Acnuinton, Piping Mountains, Laurel Forks, Mills ville, and Elizabethtown, Tenn. I From Greensborough by Fentriss,, ea- lj
& WatUbwroBarry's Bridge, &nl lJr:1IJC11i-1 Lorenzoville, to Woodstock. ing.From Tree Ferry, and King William 0. II., to Ararat, to Mount Airy. From Cartage, by Fell, to Centre. in tre and New Salem, A&hborough.,' 1;
Tille, to Uoydton. From Mount Level 1 to Darrill's. Petersburg, by Sutherland,Ford's Lancsvillc. From West Union by Stine Spring Mills, Stanley county. j From Greensborough by Jamestown.j a
,.. From Leefcburg, by Hughes ille, CirtleT From Murray's Shop by Faber's Mill to Depot, Mt. Level. Wilson's Dept Wells- From Shawsvillc, in Montgomery county Oxford, and Gulp's Store, to Webb's Mil's.' From Caahcr' Valley, to Clayton in j Peiin field, Erummcl's, and Rich 7orJk to M
- ille, Philemout,CIoomQeld, and Unison, to C ot'C S\"iIJ villc, Blacks and Whites, C. IL, up the south' Fork of Jloanoke River, From West Union, by Roash's, and Le Georgia. Laxington.
'i Middlcburg. From Mud Bridge to Boon County C. II., Burkesville, Cico Depot, Farmville, Prospect by Allcgany Springs, to Simpson's Floyd tart Falls. to Moore's SliUs. From Cathey's creek, by Cherryfield, .: From Greensborough byGilmer'aZtcse,
; From Leesburg, br Waterford Wheat- (Ballardsville.) and Mernman's Shop, to AppomattoxDepot. County. From West Warren, to Cotton's Store, Hogback Valleyand Georgetown toCasher'sValley. Shaws's Mills, Brick fhurbb. Holt's Stort, J
; land llillsboro,' and "ccr.vilU;, to Harper1* From Ncnburn, by Graham's Iron works S S From Shepherd's Grove, by Kellysvillc, in Wetzel County. Hartshorn. Rock creek, Snow Camp, Sandy '
.1'clTJ", toWythc C. II.FromXcwbcrn. From Petersburg to City Point and Brandy, to Cnlpeppcr C. II. From Weston, by Little Skin Creek,Big From Cedar creek to Joy, by White Grove, Mu'dlicAr Cane creek, Had1e,'.Bilk, .
, < From Lpceburg to Point: of Rocks Mary- by Polar Hill, Giles C. From lctcrbur by ) C. IL, From Shepherdetown, by Sharsbur Skin Creek Bennett's Mills, Ireland, and Rock, and Big Laurel. and Rock Rest, to Pittsborongh ",

E ..b.nll.y IL, Poterstown, Red Sulphur Springs, Indian Wyoming,Sturgeon**ille,Bruntville.Lewis- Md., and Kccdysville, to Bomsbro. Flatwoods Braxton C. U. From Carlotte, by Alexandria Davidson From Greensborough, by UoBtlcdky i
From Lew is-barg by Dungcr's Mills creek, Salt Sulphur Springs, Union \illc Forkville south All Lorobardy Grove From Shepherdstown From Wheeling. by West Liberty, to college, Mount Mourn. and Fallstown, to Thomsonville, Lenox Castle Slade', Locus .
. tonrillc, 3Ie dow ISlulT; Locust Lane. I Cliri.1 Pickauay Plain, and Second creek, to Cedana, aud Boydton, Randolph, Macon From Sistersville toMtddlebourne, Wick, Bethany. Statesville. Hill: and Yancey ville, to Milton. 1
t ant Hill, Mountain Cute, lanky ; white Sulphur Springs College. Hebron and Ighland to Schamla. From Wheeling, by Dalli>, West Finley, From Charlotte, by Steel creek, South From Greenboroughby HilWale Moo-
'0 .vaint creek Shrewsbury, and Kanawha From New Canton to Buckingham Mine, From Pttcrstown, by Shanklin's Fcrr From Ss Middlcbourne and Harvey's, Waynesburg, Kirbey, Mount Point, StowesviIIeErasmus,Catawla creek, roeton,Troublesome, ReicbrilleRftvIiags*
- }'aline, U KanAwha U, II. by Cold Hill and Gravel 1111!. :and Mercer Salt Works, to shirley, to New Salem" Morris, and Granville. to Mogantown.From From Clear creek to Albcuiarle,by Row- burg, and Gra\'cs1 to Danville.
: From l..ewh.bul'ir, by 15rotrnsTilc.! Frank- From New Canton, by Virginia Mills, From Petcrstown, by Gap Mill, to Sweet From South by Factory Hill!, N. Wheeling by Belle Air,0.Moniws- land 'mc.F1"m From e by Huoforstoma sail :
; tvd: Mavsrillc, Falling Spring, Little Level, Diano Mill, and Glenmore, to Mount V>nco. Spnngs. C., and Holy Quay, ., to somcrton.From yule, Dill's Bottom. O., Captina. Powhatan Clinton, by Pine Grove, Monk'sStore Snow Hill, to Goldsborougb. ,
:: Academy, and Mill l'oint to Hunter-grille. in Buckingham county. From Pine Grove, by Bowmans: Mills, Sperryvillo to Robsonville. Point, Woodlands,, Sun Fish, O.,Proctor Newton's Grove, and Draughan'sStore From Greenville to Hamiltonby%'.
From LtTriaburg, by !hallsrillc.. Blue }'rom >cir Castle to Union. and Adalne; to Mouudd\'ille. From Stewartstowaf, by Stafford C. IL, A a., Baresville, 0., New Martinsville, to McNeil's 'erry. Store. S
it' SuljJjur Spnng, Ilocky Hill!, Bow, ea's FLow Xtw Castle, by CatawUa, to Salem From Peidmont, by Puns and Millwood, to Railroad. Va. Sanlis, 0., Wittcn's, Sistcrsville, Va., From Clinton, by Gibb'a Cross Roads, From Greenville to Hoofostown 'bCoxyille
Store and Beuian's Crss Roads
S Knob, to \cttcvjllc.. in Roanoke.From to Winchester. From Stanardsville to Plunketand Hark- Cochran's Landing, 0., Grand View, Os- Holly's toMcNeil's ,Johnson's Malls,and Ridge Sprmj. :
"ff- From J.e\\"r*l"u'1bJ Blue Sulphur Springs From New Castle to the Tavern From Pickaway Plains, Monroe County, step's store, in Green county. tend, Grape Island. Va, St. Mary's, Va., Ferry. From Greenville by Jone's Gap aad Da
Raleigh C. Wyoming C. 11, Logan C. House of James Scott, in Craig county. 1 by Rocky Point, Wolfcaeek, Snopesville, From Standardsville by cnr ', store, Newport. 0.. Willow Island., Va.. Bull From Concord, by Kirkland, Welch'sMills vidson's River, to Werdersomville. '
..t II, ChapmanMlk'j and Falls Gayandottc. tu.rLuurniUo. Front yew Kent C. IL to Charles CityC. and Patnod Pearl,t Cedar Grove (Egypt) and McGahcysville, to Uannbur.: CI'eE' Marietta O, Duncany V*.. Harmer, Pioneer creek Coburu'Mills, Morrison's Store Fnllwood'g Tan Yard From Haraptonville. by Lovelies' to
II. on the Red and Sulphur Turnpide.From From Staunton m\cr, 0., Briscoe Run, "0, to Parkersburg.From Clear WilAesboro. ,
lenteySie ;
From Ix.w'la's Store, by Hams, to Frede- From New creek Depot on the Baltimoreand PittsyvaniaC. If., by Calland's, I I Scottsbnrg, Halifax C. IL, Churh111 White Sulphur Springs, by An tore ville. ,and Oakville Jacksonbam, Monroe S.C.C U.to, LancasterC. Walkers- }From Uamptonville by Zion New flop 55 4. >f
rick'J Hall. Ohio Rail Road' by Greenland and Sandy)' Leathcrwood's Store, Mar- Brooklyn.and Laurel Grove t thony's Creek, to Mucker's Repose IL S. C. Mount Pizgab and Liberty Hill to States : f]
From Lexington, by Thimpsoii's Land- Laurclton. to Petersburg, (I.uney'Cn.ek.) Jh'cr. rsyie, Horse Pasture, From Staunton, by Lexington;Sumncr's From'Wilderness,by Locust Grove, 'and From Concord Oak Lawn Park's ville. |
ins,and Gilmer's Mills, to Balcony FsIIsS From !,ew Martinnille, b' Fan Light, Penn'Store and .a'onvil to Patrick Natural Bridge, and Pattousburg, t Fin- Vcrdieravillo, to Orange C. H. Store and Davidson, by College to, Coddle From Haywood by Trade' roD Hack- '
From Lexington, by CoUicrtown to Pat.tonaburg PacksadJIe, Camey' Gorby s Mills, and C. II. sstle. From Wilhamsport to Morefield. creek., ney's cross Roads and Grove, to Green
in Butetourtcounty.. Forks of Fish River to fisb Creek Post From Pittsylvania C.'IL, by Bcrr'l From Stannton,by Mint spring Greenville From Williatnsport or Duncan in Wood Level. '
: From Concord to Coddle Creek,by Mill. S
From Lexington, by Ken's creek, Alum Office, in Marshall County. Stor and Sandy Hill, t Union : steole's Tavern, Caniccllo, Fairfield, I County intersect the Parkersburg Baltimore From Haywood. by Jlatha'stTbyard.: ,
Springs, and Millaborough Springs, to BathS From New Market Shenandoah county, Point Pleasant, by l'leasat flat, and Timter'llidge to Lexington. Mail Route at the junction of the Hill.From Concord to Best's Mills by Mount Chalk Level Northington, and Summ nWe,
Alum. br Luray aud Washington, to Warrenton. Salisbury, to Pomeroy, Ohio. From Staunton by West View, Deer Williamsptut and Northwestern Turnpike, Pleasant. to McNeil's Ferry. ,
From Lexington, by Turnpike Read, to "From.ew. Market, by Massanutten, From Pomeroy, 0.' by Mincrsville-Gra- Field, GreD "aley, and Bath Alum BathC. : sixteen miles east of Parkersburg.From From Columbia to Gum Neck. FromhleadofDaaPJvertoJzm.I'ot..
Coin n. Luray, Aawsburg, Sperryville.. AVa hington, ham's Station, and Letart Palls, to .ppt I., Hot spring, ..Miler'* Mill, Morris i Williamsburg by. Yorktown, the From Columbia to Fort Landing.. tcr'd'on Goose'creek Island. '
From Liberty, by Bnnler Hill, Body Gaines' cross J Roads, and Amissrille, to. Grove. and'ht Sulphur springsto Grove Landing.FrunaWilson's. From Creed's Bridge to Knott's Island From Henderson to Wilhamsborot i.Frvra S
Camp, Wade's. Davis Mills! Ilendrick's \Vatertown From Poplar Hill, by Mechaicbur to Depot to Darville's.From Henderson by Oxford,Berea 80-
From Cunutuck C. and
store, nalc' For, and Ta;'Ion's Store, to From New Market, by Brock's Gap Sharon. ,. by* Chnrchrille, Jennings -I Winchester,by Stenn.wn'Depot, to Powell'U. by Point.Coinjock borough Leasbur, Ioore'. Store Milton, .
r Rocky. Mount.From Doversvillc, Drak 'aRl1n, Eyraan's Ran From Portsmouth to Hargrove' Tavern. G.p,Lebanon, White Sulphur springs Dadesvilte, Brucetown, Summit Point, Poplar From Cyprus ranch Grove Post* Office, on.the Laurel Grove' and Ringgold, Va, to Pas-. k ,
Lopui C. IIM by Rich creek, to to Lun)"'. creek, Ginseng, and thence by Coal Kner Marshesto From New Salem,by New Milton.Sugar Franklin DcputMurfce's Dept enol"Dt.ptb Repose, Huttonsville, toBeverly. Creek, Seatt,'. 'Bridge, and Black River D 11 bot'Ongb,'by HawfieW, Mount ] 5
Winchester Mount Vernon
Raleigh C. II. Boy tin's Ie i" From by Willing, Meadow-cnseJt and McDaniel's to J
Ilarrisville Ritchie >
Oxford (
Grove,and to Dept Chapel, to Ilarrcl' Store in New Hanover
From Logan, C, II.. by Gnyan Hirer, C. II.), ept, \ G&J'abur to From Staonton, by'West View, and other :I Tannery, Mountain Falls, Cedar Creek, County.From. Rock creek. : T i2_
Chaptnansrdlc, Falls Mills.and Cabell! C. From New Salem to Oxford.S Weldon, Car.lin. offices to Lewisburg.From .! Gravel Spring' ,and Capon Springs,.to War- Dobson to Mount Airy, Fro .Hillsborough, to .SeaburginCkswell ] j
II- to Guyandotte. From ewtownStepbcnaburgbyVincvehto From Ponhatten t Smith"io Stoney.re-Warhoo and Co densville. S From Durham's creek by couth creek mDty. 'S
From Louisa C. IL, by Mansfield, An- Front Royal. Frincess Ann, : man' Susex 0.,1.1, < From Winchester to Capon Springs. to Bay River.. ,, From ,Hillsboroagh by Codas ,Grove, I
drew1, Twj'man'* Store, Orange Springs.Thoenbi1land From,Nicholas C. ILby Peters' creek.Jerry' WarD Va., and New Church, to Horn- From Sweet Spring*,: Gap Mills, to From Winchester White Hall From Eudfl'Jd, by Heathsville, Bunk- Walnut Grove; Prospect, Hill, 'and 'Gordon
b Nineveh and Front
? From Winchester,by ton to Leasburg. 7 J
FJlimlle to Louisa C. II. i mile Creek Bound Union. ,
Fork twn. 5 S Alley
Twenty Rmgwoou Sycamore
Princetown by Spanishburg, and C Royal, ,to'Manassa p., Icysville, :Walnut
:Troth LoTetUtille to Barry. ; Tree }Fork Leathcrwood, Elk River, and From Swineyard t Charles City < n to EnBeld. From'HilUborough, by .Grove
S ,From LoTcturille,by J1 srille Boling- Flat Top, to shady i1 From 't'inchelterbl Mill Creole.Darkes- S and Van Hook's Store, to Roxboroaghw
,S Big Sandy to Clenden Run. Spring. Fro SWerar'i t.Waddel'.Sir Uamesville and Falling From Enfield,' by: Scotland Neck,'Pal-
Princeton Martinsburg. From Ilillsdalc Summerfield Oak
ton Uorriolnillc and Wbeatland! to From Norfolk to,New York. From Charles rayraand Hamilton Williams ton,and Gard by .
Princeton to Ginengin Wyoming Warsaw. Waters to:WilliamsporVMd.From' to Berlin.
J.ovettsviUc.S to Watcr- From From Tap anok to S Ridge, :
From Norfolk by, Yorktown, ner' Bridge to Plymouth. S
TroinLoyc', 'Mills White From Tappahannock by Dniuwvilto Cen- Winchester, by Back Creek, Valley From HooAtown ria Johnston's' Mills
; by Top, to County. From Edenton by Ballard's Bridge Jlintonsville -
.Jliltofe S From Norfolk to Matthews C. IT. From PutnanC.: IL, by Hurricane bridgeand tre, Montague', .Jac,Cnurch View, :Capon ;Bridge Hanging Rock, and Ga.tenille, Duc'land. and Coxville, to Greenville .
YroinIsovingston by Rowland to'Pied- Grove the route Urbanna Free Ilill,\.Saluda, Pleasant Dale tOiEOflSfl47..SS i S .. Sanbury ,From Huntsville by Red" Plain1 East
From Norfolk by Old Point Comfott( : tol1a1tirnore Sycamore to.mte8c Shade Lut' Sornerton, lIull.I and Fa t.ufYWu to
mont.. S Md. from Kanawh C.. .II..t Wayne Coll.at Gleira' and New Uptn t Gloucester From Winchester, by Newt wu iSteph- South Quay. SS ,.. Rind Fortmsh,'Republic, DowelUnraiaad S S
From Lomberport, by Wallace, Shirley London S : O ensburg, ?MiddletownStrasburg, .Tom'sBrook Hertford' Mount Nebo/to ROckt rd.,. SS .. nlFrotalvy
KempsTille Uilii. From Edonton
by by
From Norfolk} I. ,
PJpJey.'to Jliddfeooarne. Uilhee" Raleigh C. II. 'by Bi; andBoozie's hlanoverj C. U. Woodstock, Edinburgh, by Gabriel's creek laD creek,
S Bride Princess Ana,C. II. Blossom 'J'rm Cot TATlonvie t Elizabeth City,-new Lebanon, South .
rk Tract Mills :to ,From by h of,Clinch, !Jackson, New Market." Spartapou\ Lacey Walnut'creeft .and .Brush cred, Wares
:'m LuBey.Y! ere by Upper Great ,
r Store, ,Land to Promise, ,o and, Peyt. C.I" 1 '3Ielrosei ,Mount tI Mill,Lake Drummond. and Deepcrtiek, to
6 on the Springs- .Uarrisonburg,
Railroad Gnseng.! -
:month bf Seneca, Autfilarper's Mills, tog Norfolk, From Dar o Abb' VaUeyad.Tu? Jin'rto Norfolk.. Springs. r
a. 'Crab Bottom. r Bridge S From Norfolk: Chnrchlaod. Hotomac, to CJb ugh'. ?.hilItu Morgan S .Fr Thompson's Cross.. R*, by Am- I Crawford Mount Sidney and PllneLMill' ,From Elizabeth,by Newbigon" creekback S ':Proa Ivy, by Clay,JFJagg Pond,aa41*'

/rom Ltray to Valley barg. From N.orfulk.'u Cherry .clone, to East- County. to outhAnna.FromTravc1lcr'aRepO5O toStauntonl 5 to Elizabeth City. ,_ diancreeftrtoLongmIreTsuTeno., ,
Mills .:
Wit Court House,by fcee's .
Wilson M.: Green Bank From ?
.J.Trom Lynchburg by 'C-ampDelI C.' H- yUle. From Reed' Mills, to Hay- ,by ,YgoniEhiat'eth, City to NorCulk Erom- ameatown by Westminister and
( ,ifl BrvtciCas,1e Craig Wal d',Bridge From Norfolk, by Old S Point Comfort, tIhsnpton mond's, in Upshur County S and Dunmor.-t Iunterie. Reedy Ripple, and Three Forks.of Reedy., 'Camden,.; Shiloab, Indiantown, .Cowell'vtq Deep River to Abbotts ereeJfs..:. :
Iim Grove, .Chalk LneIaDd, Ro rtaoD'* ,.. ," From Red u; by. Buffalo Ford and S : Ltl Stopocounty. :,toRecdyville, '" BumUSpnng.f Bridge Currituck C. ILjGreentown,Toll'scretjkNorjh From Jamestown,by Hunt's,store. Normal
,tore,,and_ PittaylTanuia. O. ,n.{- to ,Dan-. ,From North-Mounlaia:5 u Post 5- Office' 'byHedgesvillo Spdwel to Spring. I ? Gin to-tc'igGld 8 I .Jrom Wilt' Ct,Ju.-by; : ; *'estcrflBrklgeUickory, Ground ,College, ThomasvUle. Fair Grove, Ls
**.,,-TJfle. ', aad.Towahauk k'.Springs to Itpubtcan Grove., by )I.eTile, ; 'by:,Neiir Big Bend, and Great Bridge. 'h' Grange, New Market, MeW aleta'Saadr
4 'Tronf :yncLbBr .bV ForetV Depot.PiewtHle.LiUHy Jonw1,.Spring/ t la1itx Glasgow, Si4id x>uu iu'pring',OrOnoco. I Glennville,: '" .5 Stain 'Elizabethtown.l by Big ,Swamp, creek Iroy's 'Long's Mills PattecsooY
,., LUWOak Mulege, From North fountain.S V*., 'by Clear by'Manchester,' CoalMines ;WiaBoena Xilt! Fa 1g From WoodstoclcbyColamb4 Furnace, Fair" Bluff, Uerre-Gordo," White 'ilarso, store Snuw'Camp ;Clover Orchard, Lind-
'Bal sd' 'Flake. .**,and Stoner's store. ':to Big SpringrMi and'Clay,lack' Hall to Mc* Uallsboro,1 'Hint i .,creek Powhattan, ton. f and Lost,River,_to Moorefield,' S S WbitesvilJo and Western P/ong,_to Eliza lays Stare'CIonr' Gard a DoJat.. sad
U t Pa., Maogn Ballcvilk.Cumberland C.U.Lr S .Yr6m'tTpSharC.1T.' by" Beachtown. From Wytheville, by,.ShamnBurke's bcthtown.S\ S ROck Spring;to HUlibonv

::. .Trpm tI : b rbt Dagger's Spring cersburg From,Nottavay, 0" .IT.S 5 to Jeflres*'* tore.5 liorne' Tavern 'and. Paine': ., French Creek,Walkerwlle,Cunningham'*i Garden;a6 .v Cufton foife,Alam !Rock aod Covlngton, From Oak Grove to Pork Conway, inKing Farmvjlle," thence to Alexander Skinner's ou the :Oil Sleepjceek aDd Jericho,to Strahana.: 1ur,To, Prodora, Dugscr FUJ'1',"; .
YofUlagba 1*. SS From Richmond by1 Black Heath, Halls- Creek,.'down Oil'Creek to the,little Kaaarm t From 'W)tbevile; ,by 4Ud Bluff, and 'From Fairfleld, by'Jliddletowi, Lake beU4own.-.Happy VaUey ,Bin..: Plop to S
county. ,4
Vrom.Lyiichbttr by Eon,, to' Pedlar'sMadifoa From Onancock Hunting creek" Guilford boru*,'The:Union'Appomattox DcpQt5whltterbmAineris wb ;n-:unuicr. n v, IT u.pshur Grayson Sulphw,Springs,to GravsouC. II, Banding and Lake Comfort Swan Quarter JonesboroVTen.-- S
; ,; .
: l I to & U., Jctenville i ,,Jenoing Front G. II- bj"il'rench' Creek FromWjtbevjUe,, ill Speedwell, Elk / From JeffetBon to Gap Cree*.
r '' Arno Mcnonja and g mperanccvtll0> BurkesviileGreenhiayJIOOrCtI .4ill. tC.oUi*'. a. i en1'Forks. Crack.Anitu and.CorneJTafStore to In- FromJ flerontoRicnard 0 ntryXa
.;J"r m' 'n" by' Rapid Coiocoteaqoe. ,. ; Ordinary, Wa1k < ; Frem Fayetteville! SnierRunMan-5 *
ff 'M TcV iPla and Criglcnrjl lto,, Madison : From'Ovarbr'! to JSrookneU" ,by' A p'm- Ordinary,JJrake' Branch'and '.Kqrsnlle, Oi! Creek;alto* the'Little. Kaoawb lUTier : t-In..t chester.Johnaonrilfe'uraitfi cre6k'Carth > New giver,. I
;:HV1f wall and cab Creek. .' : : iStsuntonJ.iTer. ,; SS : GOrner 0. 'II.' 55S Ttiievrn' "'.Retreat,Ma- igeCaLdoni3y A m&n' -llill,'Stone,,tick) From Jeovrsofl.;.bj Hilton and Maaly, !.
S ...x :.Trort iliiison tJ. IL, by CftArvnUe, From Orange O' Un by. Madison Mills, From Richmond, by Gr ry'* Tavern, I'rcaa'Walker'aCIiarcb.bT )Tryians.witoconcord. Seven 'lprdt e,01a4epringCedarviI1eiAbuigdon i ,Nv LIts House, Hiliyttore, 'Salem ,Church, Big MeadowT' S ::
,;:Grs')fjlti and ifarksVille ttr Loray.Cherrj .; Locust >&1e. .' *> WmUr Pock.a kln-Quarter to AmeliaXtrH. Shop J&rreyX\'St6rtfcd'Uoaae,. ,and Smith' Creek, and" Healing' Spring. 'and SUver-UiU, to From-Jonestda taJadviU, by ,Jtate
BlounUvUJa .
.'tiJ.'I f ral" tit. Uottom, to Frtppi'Pack'* Ferry}by Pope Sterna and S ) .. ,: 5, S' .Timber Grove- and,Bristol;to', ..*t. Road*. .- ; .. -, SS
L"'Jno Beret Mduntlin to !'l.! S 't A' '."from Richmond, :b1IOr'C..1 Jo: .,F -1w.'ill"o.1d b'' t.Aeir1ttc9 'rmFaltteyiIWtoSaleso.FrarostuuG.dEfinbethtow. S 7roasJcbonvmsb71.SHarri..iz 1 ;
:yi. 'n1Iaf1rine ScrarJt"; Clintonvilk} S i i i*. ** 5 T&bl.t. ., (1' 1\Jo"'B 1' : ; blTerrab ,. J .to ': .
)t m: a iV ptInP..L'f $en4runc'v 'IDUol < n'b- .' ,. .ftA Lees S.ss .rsot ,,4" &'",.*Yf* ra."r"l.itqap'L-1OdI
TO thJTead. Kanawha Turn-7J l.: s.y 1.' l' T.'t b/'CbJck nomeneyr- ,!Jro )'Wi..O.t ,0W' '" i. tba'Wockew,Doscrt. acd White. Packet to JohnsonvQIsC .
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: business could be conducted to better advantage Mi. Eorrot: We can distinctly
jjp. is 'of the or Americans > *t. \ .3 ,. FLORIDA recollect
Gentry spoken as ,
nribR' UPI FaN T when our town offered to the
here than in other State in tbeUnion. travelliar
lu5 next Whig candidate for Governor of Tennessee OIe Forlgr e ,.... *,. .4 Its Climate Soil & Productions. public and' health-eeekinr vi aiters bet the
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will We had occasion ome mth.since tou ..: 3" .' conveniences' of.one Hotel The
Mr.Gentry it be remembered coon ofour
ort .
falsehood of SEA UtASO COTTON
refased to swpport Gen. Scott for the secret order in regard to'the" Whole employed 14-- 4,100. next of Florida. .EFFECT OP A BOLD FOUlG1'I1'OLICT. various Improvements however, .has
1TisoNvILLE nw c nmbr .the Is the: grand production The'inftoeDC8 bf a bold and vigorous been marked by the erection ofacommodious stately
the on
: Presidency hi 1852. atr of administration.the appointments n.un was 1st In of October Ho o.ptate, From her insular position, quality of soil, foreign policy, and (he effect of soch heroic and' beautiful HoteL The

'SLTURbAY Ex-PresidentFillmorehavlug been accused that present foreign-born, received especial persons employed, ..-*,n twhsnzcept-,on and blindness climate,:this.delicate and exploits as the rescue of Koszta bj Captain Judson House" is pronounced equal.to
FED. in the State.
.3, 1855. 'ctu. h Americana Krw'on .. valuable U successfully cultiva ",-n securing respect to Americans any one This opinion is well
f of vctinc: for Clark the Sewatd wh favor in of the om were *- crop very "its
'To te groundless too It is said that this crop.is producedthe abroad are made the subject a brief founded as .numerous patrons testify.
for ces.
,- candidate Gorernor o{N 'York.comeout .ho.ho.utt1 but pointed article in a late number of the But whilwe are gratified by this OI'D&.
.ii ) of
ioTIcr.&rE1 ?
1"e Matinicaii and rays It is not so-that he voted for ca 1&we pl from information seven insmawjcf nJLaJBUl IE2XXIOXY. best where,the soil is,composed of clay New York San "An incident, says the ment to our town,and the enlarged facilities

"' tooriJ $. Nothing which made the
w. out hereafter. U directed to ,
\ friend
enr. our the
Pennsylvania 0': tion.As a manure for cotton lands, seaweeds to have occurred recently at Leghorn.A "Bufflngton House.-.
\ date. reader. :Tbe is fend
Jot in F.Rostra. jyjf K. COLE. same The
,.r 1955 present in those c' electionsare "This Is a most l lovely and promising and marsh-mad are found to be ex young American travelling in Europe gentlemanly proprietor of this house,

1,6 John facts ,There fa no finer'under.the sun, happened to permit himself to talk freelyin determined to keep pace with the improve-
; Ex-Mayor W.M.arloe Washington soon to be held, tht the' countr. cellcnt increasing the quantity of the crop mentsof
and Austrain rcumstanceahas
rich hArvest to some soldiers contrasting
a ranUy enlarged
"i'eiMr. it
AriKit will officiate died on the 1st inst. after and illness may be within the ir ad summer wi'b
tomorrowdOO'dockA.M.ndat3o'clock correct information, ,we reproduce al the'evidence for all kind of building chan and labor without injuring the fineness and glossnessof tbe prosperity enjoyed under republican its sue, and affected such other dwJce' u

P.M., of twelve Jays. which fully acquits the .administration '-ers. Last season stone masons and carpenters the staple. Tbe cotton seed is plantedin freedom in the United States with manifest a disposition to leave no meant

sio the Catholic Church. $2 and,:$2 a from six eight feet and the condition of the people under Austrian unexcwed that may promote the comfort
The Supreme Court of the State of FlorIda of anything lk favoritism to gi 2 5 dll1bt. rows to apart, and render
.oflg of the the'time
era $1 and 50. A weed rule. The soldiers, or some many of the visiter as If a'
Wo"requested to state that the ladies will hold its next at the CourtHouse en tho plant kept free from by the use his own domestic
terry POST OmCX 'DEPAaTMKKT. will be needed early in the spring and all spies who frequent every place public re- hearth. Let us then

tI&be Episcopal Church, of this place, will in Jacksonville, on the 3d Monday We begin with the appointment :n the summer. If you have any to' .prsnd of the hoe and plough. The shrub grows sort in the ,Austrain dominions. reported. continUe to remember own tried fritndl

0$ a fair for the benefit the Church, in of the present month. Post Office Department: them along. We shall pay out rapidly, and throws out a profusion of rich the young man's language to the authori- the CoL," knowing that he rtmember p J

thine*"brick; building of Mr. asser. on Clerk 8.ssiitt ritoI near a million of dolan in biding yellow blossoms, and at length the pods ties, and he was'arrested and thrown into from the prevalence of good cheer and hoeJpitahties

'CT. Postmaster General 3 man can b te bihclt wags These bursting about September prison.' He was afterwards carried before which the travelling public ac
Ocean appear.
tercet, next Wednesday evening, atC In announcing the call of a Democratic Messenger 1 and getting 2 per the a court-martial tried, and convicted for knowledges by the cry of-"T.ke 11I1 barPS .
lodoci.. A.supper will be furnUhed. Assistant 21 at the same'time. The governmentalone reveal their snowy treasures to attemptrfig to seduce soldiers of his Imperial to the Buffington House 1" .t.
State Convention to be held in Connecticut -
Admission i. 12,1-2 eta Watchmen mcsngr 3 will spend SIOO or 150,000 in planter's gaze. Tho field must now be Majesty of Austria to desert their

on the 14th of February, the New Haven Laborers 7 stone buildings r. The stone picked, as exposure to the weather injuresthe duty. lie was condomdcd to be shot. The from na nva

t_ jBcyiYAL. or,RELIUIOV.-A religions rc- Register makes the following judicious mason, carpenter, bricklayer plasterer laborer fine gloss of the cotton. The down is American Consul at Leghorn,bearin. of be WELCOME THE STXAKOEX..

Tin haa been going on in the Methodist and appropriate remarks: Whole number "' 'r 10 liineburner, 4c,,' can lay the foundation collected exposed on a scaffold to dry, and affair, promptly interfered to obtain a stay Oh t welcom UM ttrangtr with hurts warm_at-.,
"Church in this place during the'past three uTiiE STATE COSVEXTIOV.-The Democratic Of these, 88 are of .merC birth of fortune here will first year. Send is then passed through the gin whose of proceedings, but for a time all his remonstrances Fr ia Mdoon be poodm U,. parting.n.s.
them I not repent it were made in vain. lie con-
12 birth. knoWtbet
of foreign
.-eika&nd U.still being continued. Already, State Central Committee have issued The following the particulars be' We have on a yekjsa4 nothing 1 would thousand fingers quickly reparate it from tinued urging his plea, till at last the Military A motWi loved tone fell softly on his ear.
the call for a convention to be holden t
.we learn, .seventy-five white persons and this! on the_ 14th of for the observed: a winter, and 1 doubt if it will be any colder. the seed, after which it U packed in bales Commandant asked, 'What end the In affcction'f fond secants the low manair4
city February
tw nty-flve colored indinduals have united 1. John Third Assistant Postmaster Sprine opens about.the first ef March, and Consul had in view in demanding a stay of prayer:
nomination of State officers. We are gladto M.rron and is ready for tbe market. As the pods And mern'ry, too,-fcithftd the, put &,retries
tbemsdvca with that branch of May 17 1830 Diccanics, Ac here at that time. the proceedings." The Consul replied that *
the church ; _
see this early call, and hope it will be Generalz .shdldb' the do not open all at a time, several pickings Ia fancy recall still that cherished..mbfllO&"ba
was horn in Ireland came when eight There iut greater anticipated the arrival of Commodore
la which they hare recently become converted. earnestly and promptly responded to by her a
months ojd.! part of which must be bUlL up, to are necessary to clean the field. The cot Stringham and captain with tho" round hij cot the bat
.'Service the democracy in every part of the State.It wintry blow.
is held
looming and night, would be singular, indeed, if, aLa timewhen 2. John Ag clerk appointed June 8, noting cf farm houses, &c. ton shrub grows very luxurantly in Florida their \'e\'. in a day or twdand he wouldbe The chill of neglect their heart may not know| \

overflowing houses attest to the deep democratic policy is triumphant in 1851 ; born ; resided here for the writer has seen a specimen produced glad to have those officers present at Thea bring back the smile thai illumined U.brow,

tH.it'tbat is manifested by anxious and the national councils,there should be evinced more than forty years. AT in Marion County which {he execution.. The Commandant changed WhiLit he gazed on those lOved ones,Car w.Wit BOW
Ar more ;
"mqufrinp; soah! -who are desirous of ascerjtauuog a Inkcwannnesft in snstainng what has 3. N. Uolten clerk, appointed Juno 3, .lR.1A a meeting XI resembled countenance, and dismissed the Consul, What boon Neb the stranger what cIA& "
1834 resided here 27 a tree than a shrub the lower ty
bf hard conflict and ; saying he would think of it. bAlk ,
the"way to be caved." cost so many years brn friends of.(he Palatka and Micanopy Plank
0 toil to establish, and when the opponentsof years. held at the Court branched being sufficient, to sustain the Tho Consul was. astonished the next Can replace the dear treasure orbit on Xort&ra

'*:: $WtiTHM for the past few days has the democratic principle are seeking new 4. J. Lawrenson,clerk, appointed April R Company on Tuesday the 20th 10ua weight of a man. The cotton crop is liableto morning to see the young man entering Iu\tJl

and secret alliance to 7, 183; born in England, came here 3 Palatka his office, at liberty. He had been discharged 0,Health I fickle for
veen:mild and spring-like, and such as has regain power. Janual', Fx-Gov. W. D. MOSELEY many accidents. The caterpiller sometimes GoJJeu one smile of thia.
The democratic is what it has now 50 years in this country. from prison with a reprimand, and a notice Comes the "
party old to the Chair and C. pall pilgrim to toe U thy hrine I
'caused, ,the countenances of many hcalthteeldag 5. 0. clerk w'a cUell UILLIEa., destroy whole fields of it the red-
ever IIt.'en-a national party. It seeks to ShW.ra appointedJune appointed Secretary. ; to leave the Austrian dominions given 1!.fought for the. lung fat hu ewn

invalids sojourning in town whomwe I invade no man'b rights, but to secure t 1848- ; brn Germany, came to this The Chairman .stated the object of the bug pierces the pod and discolor the cot- by the commandant in person, who was at Till Hope,his good angel,revealed native-vale.a tweet tale

.ire accustomed to meet in our daily pream- him the full possession and exercise of country 16 j'e.r of age. served 10 ye.r in meeting to be to ascertain the views,objects ton, and a heavy wind sometimes entirely pains to impress on him at the fame time Of a balmy South clime-with far brigher. ,

.bulaiions to healthful and his constitutional privileges; to afford the American array. and wishes the stockholders of said Company his liberation was not in any respect due
of the
assume buoyant destroys pod. Good cotton lands will Than o'er hia luvadyale and blue hill ari ..
'equal and exact justice to all men.of whatever 6. E. Donelly, clerk, appointed July 1, in Palatka.It to the threats about the visit of the American .
hue-such aa we trust will occasion themto 1853 born in Ireland came to this yield three or four hundred pounds to the She !
country hIm
state or pursuasion, religious or politi ; fleet, but a consideration for 'his extreme whi"persiI too-thoa wouldit be knd

form a ,better opinion of our delightful, cal.* It cannot, thtrtol join in any crusade when 8 years of age, now 32 years in tbeCuntl. ''Rejoiced was That a Committee of five be acre, and it is said that one hand may cultivate youth and consequent indiscretion." ever there,

>iuvigorating climate, than the cold dissgttcahle against men's religious views, or be a appointed by the Chair to Resolutions about three acres. Tbe price of the Thns, if Koszta was only 1.n Snchoatc citi- All lost bloom restore, in that life-giyiag air.

weather of last week doubtless Party to any oppressive measure originating R. Condon,clerk appointed July 1, expressive of the wishes drat o tbt stockholders article varits according to the quality and zen," the protection extended to him preyed Then wan ye South pin! your rich laden hors;

in fanaticism. It has ruled the coun- 1853; Lr in ce here about 21 in regard the action of the the safety of a "full native." A few With health's hue re-tinge Ida pale cheeks nee
caused. present state of the market from 15 !
try for most of the time since we have been yea age, now 40 year old. Directors of said t taken at their to 20 cents per examples of energy,like that displayed in more
RoadS Welcome the straug.r.-around his heart
POET WABDENS.-Gov. Broome,prior to a nation, and with success; and the few 8. J. E. McMahon ccrk appointed May meeting. to at Orange L Springs on pound.To the Koszta case, would save our citizens, flower. twlaeth

adjournment of the General Abscuibly, temporary reverses it has met with during 2, 18.53 ; br in Ir cme here an in- Monday amLI4. every hundred pounds of cotton produced visiting foreign countries for business or Which,ehaU pale, with neglect and wither each

made the following appointments of Port that time have only given it grcaterstrength. fat 9., now James McCornckclerk years of age. The Chairman appointed J. L.Kirkland, there are about ten bushels of seed, pleasure, many annoyances, and teach despotic hoar. LYLI.JAcKaosvIus .
can never U put down, for it is based &point July that an American citizens
I M. A. G. A. Pnc S. Glmski. powers ;r.b4th.From
Wardens for the Port of Jacksonville viz: 2, 1853 born in Ireland Wiiam weighing forty pounds to the bushel. Experiments -
upon the eternal principles of rig1. There ; cme her young and J. said Committee who could not bo made the virtim of their

CharlcsBroward,jr.,Theodore Ilartridgc, are, of cure, times when prospects of now 45 years old. thereupon drew up and the; following have been made in turning the suspicions and vengeful spirit with impunity. [ the yew York Mirror.l
7. C. Barrett, Henry E. Holmes and II.II. success are clouded; t>o there were iu the 10. C. McDonoel, messenger appointed Resolutions, viz: teed to account by extracting oil from it, .-Wash. Sentinel. BrIdal of the Atlantic A Paelflr.

struggle of the revolution and in August 10, 1853; br l Ireland, resident uTbe to and believe the result has Invitations are out for the most sublimeand
many appointed we proved that
_ that in the 35 Commite drf R- NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
lIoeg.Toe tunes since; but the faith : is wellfounded country )'er. solut of the magnificent nuptials ever celebrated
ns, expressive witb. about half of crude oil
be obtained
Semlnele Injured. sees through mist the certain 11. T. Molchon, watchman, appointed of Palatka as the Palatka gallon may The Journal of Commence of Thursday upon our planet-the wedding of the rough

The steamer Seminole left this city (says triumph of its principles.fclt May 22.1853; br in Ir1and resident in and people Micanopy Plank, reg.rd report the fol from a bushel. The oil cake may Evening says: Atlantic to the fair Pacific ocean An iron

the Sarannah wsofthe 8th inst..) yesterday is said by our opponents that many this country many j lowing Resolutions: 'lt.l also be used for cattle and hordes. It is The market is still well supplied with ncclace has been thrown across the Isthmus;

morning between twelve and one democrats have joine the new secret order, 12 Jamci Orr, clerk, appointed August Kesolced, That we, the citizens of Pa- i thought by some that the seed used in this capital and rates of interest are in favor of the banks are already published; aDd the)
Ireland resided here 1 .1
bridal will leave
and this
will be acting against their old 185bn yur party city on Monday
o'clock for Florida. In fussing down the iu tbe Mexican war and latka, subscribers t the Palatka and Mi- way would pay one half of the Lbor required the borrower. The banks however, have. next 4th to
}principle We trust not. If there are sn'e years Plank for the February perform thc august
river she went alongside the steamship : any who have resolved on such a course, it wa badly w oun Jed. canopy of lta'ar and anxious for the cultivation of the crop. (paused in their expansion in view o f the ceremony. Some seven m'Jlunj: of dollars
completion answer We do
JLnoxtille, lying aground below the lower will be evident *tnat there attachment to DEPARTMENT OF TiE INTERIOR. any call that may sid be made upon,'i us to the IMJJGO prospective how shipments financiers of specie. toretain have been spent in achieving this union;batas
not our can expect
her off democratic principles was not very sincere, The Interior Department shows following of Was formerly ranch cultivated in Florida see the fruit thereof will soon show it baa
saw mill and endeavored to pull th extent oar$ubbcripttons."Jiaolced here all the receipts from California.
and their defection will not a serious result: been money well invested. Across the
but failing to do so, proceeded on her voyage. loss. But whether they prove ten or ten American. That we will heartily concur for which the climate and soil is well Jap- which are coming forward at tbe.rate of bosom of the Isthmus, the gulden product.

We regret to learn that in passing ih'oiiSAnd, the course of numbr democracy will Interior Department proper 16 Forig. in any project best that calculated may be aopttby the the ted. It grows wild upon the barrens in over $50,000:000 per annum. The banks of our Pacific borders and the incalculable

over tho bar,she came in collision with the not l be tuiiH>rizvd to suit them ; better defeat Land Office 112 12 Dlwn accomplishments of promote said enter- almost every portion of the peninsula. have all they can profitably use, and there treasures of the distant Orient are destined -

: Brown from Charleston than dl bonor. There are thousandswho Patent Office 55 4 lu'ssCul When cultivated by the Tinglibh in this are large sums in circulation. The exporU to flow in unremitting stream
prise.1 _
schoonerjE/niJMiCapt. of from this since Dec. 1 are
remain true,and who will never desert Indian bureau 17 2 specie port. The stupendous enterprise of mutingth
The Senlnole Said resolution were unanimously adop country, the Indigo of Florida was consid- for the
this OOOO
coming into port. the iiiporbtnke its colon! The old spirit Pension Office 52 5 only $ against S4.977/ two Oceans which embrace the greater

sustained considerable damage, in consequence will animate the convention ; tle old landmarks Commissioner Public Building :, ted.Upon motion made and the Char- ered in the London market superior to all same time last year, SI, n')81, for the two portion of the globe we are proud to say,

of which she was unable to continue will guide it ; and its \'oie will be a and watchmen, keep I man was requested to crie suitable others, except that of Canacas. The man months ending Feb. l t $1853 1st, SS.53i,193 antI$2,4Th041 I was conceived and executed by our'own
her voyage. The steamer M'elaka was trumpet call to every honest democrat brilga&., under to obtain additional stock to ner cultivating and nianuf.scturingadvan- Tor two months for ending months ending, 1852 Feb. citizens, in the frowning taco of obstacles
within the borders persons two i that but Americans could
thebUte. The democracy hid 21 C none have over
is I
Kent down to tow her back. The Emma of Connecticut the Roa. tageously as follows: lot, 1851 ; so that it will be seen that there ''come. The
have for mountains and miasmas
a reputation Penitentiary swamps,
was also injured, but the extent of the consistency and firmness the 1'2 appointed s'aIJ) Committee The seed which is very small, is soakedfor has been a check to the specie exports such oC the Isthmus drove all the foreigner
throughout J. L. Kirklaud W. U. Ifickman
ae"e could not learn. This vessel Union, anti they will preserve it iu the Total 286 36 and A., D. Morgan. .. some twelve hours, then mixed with as has not been witnessed since five the close The of Europe home in despair who comtempkted -

of"misfortunes coming There is but a ashes or sand and sow in drill about the year 1849, a period'or years. the gigantic undertaking-! the
ppear.1.o experienced succession cmpig. lemp TiE DEPARTMENT OT STATE It was further rows, recent arrival of gold has nearly all been

She left Charleston for this have rary political horizon, The following is from the Department of "Rciolved That this meeting do adjourn eighteen inches apart. The time for sowing deposited for bars and can all be hipped, Herculean work was left to the hands and
seen the democratic banner hearts of men in whose
emerge State. It will observed that the until Saturday evening at candle light, and in Florida is from the much vocabulary "there
middle without
port on the 4th, and returned to Charleston from even 'thick darkness' into the sunlight b proportion of March to with twice as more, drawing is no such word as fall" The Engineers of

on the 5ih, with loss of furetopmast, overwhelming triumphs. I will be so this of rorigcr holding hat gerater office under than Southern that the &proceedings."- be published in the the first of ApriL When the young plant too The closely upon the received banks. at Sub- England; and France pronounced the project

.. again. Let every town send up a dclega-j C. GILLIS makes its appearance it resembles white 1,000,000 our utterly impracticable. To the late lamented -
jibboom, usual and the is A Sec'y.
; reason ob'io8: number Treasury from Boston in the last few daysbut
tion of iu truest to the State John L Stevens and his
men convention. clover and must be associate
of the consulates do not carefully weeded and
pay a living not heretofore included! in the balance is
A LAUS.CII. The new steamer in prop compensation. American citizens cannot and The meeting assembled at the CourtHouse the earth kept loosed about its roots... day this placed to the credit; of the Treasurer Aspinwall the Chauncey world is Coit Whitcrightand'others
construction at this place by Messrs. will not of such and in conformity to the adjournment. indebted for the,completion
% accept appintments Three weedings are sufficient to it of theUuited Statest.and will be includedin of this
PLAIN 8TATEMETT. carry aJiUT .oxn--thia
'Clark for Col. J. %V. Bryant they are given to Upon a call made the Chairman of thecommitteepointedyesterdsy Fifty thousand dollars commercial -
& Stephens bcus to the first which } receipts. of
The Manchester (N. 11.) American, a else will take them made a report up cutting, commences linking hemispheres. An enterprise
'aad intenttd f ur th nav igat:*'u of tl.e Oc- nobody : were paid in to the Treasury to-day, eo- full of poetic and
: when the plant to bloom sublimity, so
: lea&ng whig, abolition and know-nothing DEPARTMENT OF of their action, and report: That they begins say about for a transfer draft on Mobile. with

'lawaha river between Silver Springs and journal in that State, makes theToIloning SUTE'Augst 27,1854. had obtained a further subscription of fifteen the first of July. The plant is so easily Foregn Exchange is nominally slack but fraught the whcJc earth interests well co-extensive command with
Welaka, will be !launched on M Jnda; next hundred dollars since yesterday, and the after it there U little forward from the may
unqualified statement: The following is a respectingall injured by sun is plucked that very coming admiration of the world; and deserves to
*t at.,"3 o'clockl'.M., _' _-__ ___' There cinnot L no particle of doubt persons now employed either in, or un- there subscriptions was a probability of stock aud procuring there was further now the cuttings should be in the afternoon._ of South.domestic We cottons notice the for first large time clearance fur the be fitly inaugurated such a bridal party
ai The".sl p bul,ling :n the Uiuted State..ntbe respecting the position of the regularlyacrrcdited der the supervision of, the 'Department of the sum of about fourteen thousand dollars As fast! it is cut which is done by a sickle, East Indies by the Messenger Bird for as arc now preparing embark aa witnesses -
in this State State: of the grand consummation. It is
Plcr party respecting subscribed Palatka. it is a
in carried to a vat. called the
1854 foots ton- steeper.- of 2000 bales
an aggregate
up Anjier,J'e8terdtcol1i8ting
year Abroad. theme for such
the knownothings. They stand blunt- -Employed an Epithalamium as wa*
motion offered it
rttge of$35,60 ton*.and included 31 ships ly and squarely opposed to them and their 1. Ministers, cmmiSioner secretariesof Upon Resnlred a That the thanks, was of the stock- This vat is made of plank, is water-tight, drills and 730 bales Khcctings, together never sung in Greece, and an occasion furs

'ind'barques, 112 i.ns, 001 schooners, 38G objects, and have ;o avowed and are so legation, and agents connected with them holders l Us tendered to the committee ap and varies in size according to the extent amounting to $126,460. world ringing burst of eloquence that

;loops, aad 231 iUauiers; in all 1,274 vcs- avowing continually. There can be no -whole 'Imbr, 42 pointed yesterday,:for'their dilligence and of the operations of the planter. The steeper ELOPEMENT is NEW YOKE.: -The New make one deplore afresh that the tongnof ..
doubt their position on one other Of thl abroad, 3 of whom Webster is mute in death.
respecting wcr efficiency in obtaining stock to the Road. is filled with cuttings immersed in water. York of the Baltimore American -
question-the Nebraska question. Theyare have been naturalized, and one, the United determination correspondent
A firm to
was expressed
MIll.'ILe Albany c.nelpondent of the N. Y. pledged to its f>upj>ort in the most for- States despatch agent in London, has not. enter into tho work of constructing the Planks, with weights upon them, are then, writing under date 17th inst., says: ECONOMIZE.o

nu.1 public manner, though sumetimes 2. Consuls and commercial agents. place on top to keep the cuttings beneaththe Yesterday afternoon a merchant, doing
further business
Journal of Commerce that Ex-Cover- an Road. There being no yeti economize; put off the little bill;
say the languag i pusillanimous and cowcrdly. whole number, 220. the meeting closed water. In this State the steeping is. business to a large extent, was waited upon the mechanics can wait. Never JDiad_the
IJ or Seward will certainly be re-elected to doubt therefore that the Of these, 4) were born abroad, of whom at his store who handed
no C. GILLIS, Sec'y. continued for about ten hours, or less, according by a young man tt.ilor. he belongs to the credit party{ nobOdy
:tho JJnited States Senate by a decisive licr party is Ile&g to the defence of 21 have ben naurizd and 1 h not; to the temperature of the water kirn a letter and immediately left. Not pays the tailor. Stop the newspaper

T0t;,notwithstanding the oj;position of theAmerean" these two things and the extension and 1 w .br nag of Unite ERECTORS' MEETINU.-At.a meeting of When the water suspecting it containing information of any you "CUl get along without it." Put oft
and olive
assumes color it
& of sInery. States; fst or 2G, may have been the Directors of the Palatka and Micanopy considerable importance, be continued filling tho carrier, ho has only come through

party. ntnrlze but the department h Plank Road Company, at Orange Springs, is drawn into the "beater, another vat, an order which he had commenced storms and cold.and heat every dar resr-

&> Her.: W. II. Goodwin,ayoung Methodist LUCI or U InDSTr& FaIGATE- 3.cidene. in the United on Monday, January 29th, 1855. Messrs.: placed alongside and beneath the steeper, when the letter was put into his hands.-. laxly to serve you, and now, when waata

Senate of The frigate Sabine which was commenced Employed States or Pearson, Perry, 'Bauknight, Kefley and and connected by a tube, fattened with a As soon as he got through with his business coal and clothing to keep the little one
preacher has Leen elected to their Territories governors or secretaries he into his office and
went opened
in the 1824 at the. a Williams presentOn valve The is from freezing, atop the paper?
or spigot. liquid churned .
year Brooklyn navyyard
Jvew York from the Livingston and Ontario of Territories and despatch ants motion of Col. Perry Gov. Wra. D. the letter, and found it was from his ,wife, Never mind the school'bill; the poor
ha at length been finished, and whole 16. by hand or with machinery until it becomes she had that
district, to fill the vacancy occasioned Was numL i3 Mosclcy was unanimously elected President conveying the intelligence woman who has-taught your children to
hue been launched on the 2d inst. The Of were born in the United lighter in color and blue afternoon concluded leave his house for-
a read
';"l;y the resignation (.flis post as Senator of t of the Board and Mr. Kelley appointed Se pecula can wait. Take your children out of
2 of whom
Governor.. Mr.I following are her dimensions: States.Tbc rest, are despatch cretary.On begins to make its appearance. From timeto ever, and that it would be of no use for school; they can get along without.schooling

Myron IL Clarli,elected "Tho Broottlm Eagle ears : Length over agents, were probably 1 born ; but of this motion, it was agreed that proposals time lime water is thrown into the beater him to attempt to search' for ,her as she this winter and yea must ,econom H.

.Goodwin waa the KooC'-Sc lhing candidate all, 'JOG feet; length of keel, 1&0 feet the department has no direct evidence. should be solicited for the.building of the could not be found. It was not long be- The school teacher must pay her rent, but
this during the "churning. After the I
'aDI IMS majority over 2060 votes. breath of 47 feet; depth of hold; 29 4. Emplo'e. i department-whole' Road, and that an advertisement to that pecu fore he ascertained that his wife had eloped then"if she don't if she rail that's nothing

feet: tonnage ba,2.04C l government measure effect be published in the Palatka Charleston la spoken of distinctly appears, the wateris having left the house about one o'clock, nobody in Wall street knows her! .

-- A row occurrvd in the House of Representatives Her armament will consist of 10 8-inch Of these, 6 were born abroad; one of and Savannah papers.On suffered to remain about four hours for in a carnage with a Mr. W. T.. of Charleston Diacharge your porter; you can "get

at \-h.ngton a few daya aince cwt. shell guns and 21) 32-pounders G. whom came to the United States in his metion of Mr. Williams Mr. James the Indigo to eculeIt is then drawn off S'. C.. Mr. T., had been visiting the along without him" this winter; perbape

between Gen. Lane'uckgate from Oregon on her gun deck,and 16 32-pounders 3wt- at third the year time, and of his U of Amerc, parents, who, Burt was appointed Secretary and Treasurer tbe sediment placed in bags, and hung up house for some time during the absence, of he'll starve, but no matter,you must coon-
wer temporarily the husband who having alw.ys'livedpl"aaantly
at Palatka and Mr. Bauknight at omise !
and 8-inch ,
pvot 12,000 ,
7 rntpry, and Hon. Mr. Farley of'Maine. on her deck. guns Her,craw, ab.com residing abroad; 4 of the others '1 born Micanopy. 'I to drain. When drained sufficiently, it is with his wife; keenly feels the Can't you do without that pair of chickens

the lie and blows were exchanged and the spar have been naturalized,and 1 soon be. in boxes to under she has done him. He is one of
/. including seamen lads wi Mr. Perry offered tho following resolution placed dry, gentle pressure I wrong to-day? No,sir; they must be roasted
mi"ion ofcn CferA William Hunter
*wwf UIQD1 quite an animated cbarac- men, buys, and mr wil consist of 475 French *N.-York Fras. R ; A. which was adopted t and when dried firm,it is cut up into I the oldest provision dealers in the city, as : they are so good cold at night with a

t -.ter. :The belligerents were fi ecpara- all told. From improvement in the I American, ; A.M.rko Derrick St.Croix, "Resolved .That the stockholders in square cakes and placed b the shade to become well as one of wealthiest, and 1 ia deter bottle of porter and bread and butter! Then
parents ; Penn ; this Compan be called upon for an instal! mined to make an example the parties must have for dinner
model the additional aid from turkey
a : no
t the interference members and order by length. yon genteel -
tea Mackie Ohio J. P.
James dried ration.
by the weight of her metal the ; Pok Del ; ment ef 10,per'cent on their stock,. to be completely by ivap The if it is possible.. family cari think getting along with-
more restored. whic deprt S. Chilton, N. J ; IL D. J. Mass ; shorter the and the less the beat-
L once ment have decided she carry, It. G. AbbOt N. II K. S. Prtt .Wra paid in by.ttss 15th of March next. Tradition of the Arabs. out roast J turkey for dinner; and as you
from Missouri no doubt prove one of the most efficientvessels ; On motion of Mr. Pearson a resolutionwas ing, the lighter will be the hue of the Indi are at market, you had better have some
._ .The latest intelligence C. Reddall, Va ; V. Gordon, Va King Nimrod one day commanded his
Chare ; adopted, authorizing Mr. Bauknightand sent home are rood! :
of her class The will oysters ; they so
Indigo plant yield two
i.leads to the belief that CoL! Atchison will aot"bCIU3 Edmund Flagg, Mano; George Chipman, M. S. 1y.at Micanopy, Judge Bron- go. or three sons'to enter his presence, and he You must economize, but don think of

tere.electedtotheU.S.Senatc.. On the Vermont; George' ,Connecticut;George son and GOT,Moseley of Palatka.and J.W. three cuttings a scasc-n, and one' hand will caused to ,be placed before them by his smoking one less cigar a,day;a cigar costa
or \Iur.-The following Bartle. Va;.L. F. Tasiatro Ireland; Ed cultivate about three acres the result being slaves three sealed urns, One of the urns *
,u Ut; ballot taken six Whigs had voted for Pearson, and Mr.Kelley at Orange Springs, only three cents; what's that! You are
that the is a copy of the amendment incorporated wan: Ireland; IL D. Johnson,Mas to open books for further subscriptions.On from 175 to 200: Ibs.of the article. Unlikesugarcane was of gold,the second of,amber, and the going to a party -nightstopsndtcllthe;
.Jinn, and tbe probabihuea were bill ; R. S. Gillettj N. Y; C. G. Bay last of The king demanded his'eldest -
U ballot in the anay-appropnatum which b &buatt motion of'Mr. Perry, Mr. Pearson or com the indigo requires no clay. hair dresser to go and dress ,your.1r e'.
3/ of them would on the next Kentucky them that which
.residue and M. A. Williams were appointed to son to choose among hair
passed Senate. juo lady now-a-days. thinks of,doing
th ke.uenger- Calvin expensive machinery. Where it I is made
c' jcaat their votes lor bun also. Ames Massachusetts. make examination .of the route, the appeared to Contain' the treasure of the it herself I .
added -
"That there shall bo t'tho army and value of the state lands adjacent only for domestic use, barrels are used for greatest price.: The eldest chose the vase
quantity it
Eddy wants that"
a new buy
uf cavalry, organized as ,in the ex .Watchmen W U. District lIe it and found it full of blood.
nd Jon .f Louisiana decline being can- me opened
| next meeting. I beautiful have
dolls must
THE wax Kitty one,
force and that the officers and men Jas. COCHINEAL ;
; Colombia* District of Tho second chose the amber which .
hUn 5 nee on
lectJontoCongress.Tf .. Dadon After discussing various matters in connection it I
didates for said'to be'nadie buy
thisactsball be entitled Is to Florida. This Insect *
tot *

dt .' -by Columbia; R:Has EnIId;, A' Best, with the project, and evincing an was written "Glory" He opened :it and Then must send a few dozen more
.f..r.a of the same provisions for wound and disa- hover about several varieties of the it filled with,the ashes of who you up
*CpUSimeon: hicks the last BUTrivors Germany. earnest;determination that the road shouldgo found men of porter it is so good with the cold,chick

of the battle o'f Bennintondt at bitla and thesanie provisions for widows lrT-ae S Martin, Md; Wm.Ic through, on motion, the Boord adjourn- cactus, but: prefers ,that known, as the had been famous:on the earth. The,third en for ; : and while you are' aboutit
and the allowance and supper ,
-"His the 21th nit a culdr aainc allowed lInlJ Penn; W. A, ed." WM. D. MOSELEY: pricklcy pear: where i it weaves its web! and took the remaining*vase-that of clay.. lie you may as well send home .couple of
reaidehce.mDont'OD. ., every respect, as are t Penn; Va}' James President. opened it and found it empty bat W the
Stt To 's KELLET baskets of to have In ,
other of deposits its !. In Guatemala it is! cultivated champaigne case a
99 and months. troops couiposiagthe army IL Brown Md gg bf
aged jears ttlarle ; bottom the potter bad written one the
b : Wilimll Secretary. friend comes in. Buy a ticket to' the) opera
States.. Iheyahall be subject to support the insect being planted
Unit Irl names of God. "Which5 of these vases '
and order
,. Oen.-Henry Wilson has finally been el"US. and articles of war, and the, men ,' : in rows on 'rich lands aDd kept. free from weighs moat?," demanded the king bf his to-morrow for the night; to-night stop home carriage
c party ;Jthen go
z' .Senator from Massachusetts shall be recruited in the same manner. a clerks Rptuo 1 born of Yoman'sMluLon'Vp'na court. The .ambitious replied the. vase of
2 weeds. When:twenty months old it is and talk about bird times,and swear you
SIX from the fourth of March other troops and with-therame conditionsand tnmsientJy permit toe to say; 1 U the mystery gold the conquerors the ''lase of amber; must economize. "
.4qr. years limitation** .miC'pr, : *.* brJ.2 as weU aa the masterpiece OtOOd'I creation said to be fit to''tecctTO.. the insect. The ,the! 'aages'&I1Stred and said,, Tbeamptyrase I .
aV nexti I When she is she is seed insect Is small and is in
traa woman
a because single letter ia the.name of
1 messenger a Influence of the Moon the PredactleaofCarUtqvake
j t;;; ,Tb Legislature of Pennsj I Ivania are to I Ii DEMAKD Toa Coop ix TaAxcE.-To conversation 1 pecker- 1 bm" charming under all'cir lullatance.. But boxes twenty-fife pounds being,sufficient God.weighs more than,the entire globe." on *.. .

.1eet A Senator of the United States,'(iuc- WitUtha buj Jb prnr' anImpurtingbuuse 2 wtobmeitn&t1ve-born'2 her sphere U endurance' father'tban action; for one thousand:plants. ,The manner of '- :: The commission appointed tne"Paris
i .atcuDenrlg.m ,
w-The New
her with '
of and accordingly nature: gifted Raises 'iii "
Jlci-Jamsacoopcro9.Pe 14thInso'Shi3ecdcmeroa .i < / placing them on tbe plantsls to email Academy Sciences,composed of,,M. M.
best : ,
a great portion ofbis time at Lyons, ,the 7 tive-born;. LUborer, for fortitude far sarpassing our* The York Evening Post says = > Uourille lAmie and Eliede Beaumont to
.! former Senator,I! treat manufacturing of Frn..l was eign-born. answers the ordinary purpose of her creaJion quantity on a piece of gauze and attach 1 it "As much as" fifty 'percent-adrnee'iz: 'consider,the'researches, relative to 'earthquakes -

oa .ir iltaI d mUePral7ChP informed.that alrooat all iortign ,f 35 in att30 whom a nath. nj ; as. well aa best servesber. own happiness -to a,thorn, from this they distribute, 'themselves asking for 'Wall-street rents; the I conse- of M. Alexis Perrey,report thai M.

guudait&y.ceasedandwU1& f .. by making;herself as agreeable as possible the 'and when quenteistiat'mnyofficesaret! be,, let-
6 over plant
plas.nntb&n'': nO .owbemijore1gntsgfl5tiTXlLPAITntI come.to Perry had established cbs fact that the unequal
; 'This be Two offices adjoining Janncey Court whichlet
on only
7he to our rougher
urge amount of work 'h.nf sexv
of thar
maturity which is1 Iii t1l"O''moDti" attractions' the moon on
dClne'tr about ,earth
T. a
I r1r! Strings tot n' U.S.Sntitor to otbat ; effected by,,means fr"the softer graces andaccomplishments {severally ,82,500-and, $3, 001 j hut "
and least distance from' the
i-. iVbarto D theddac for t1. b ; there In ,the Dfflco> of the Secretary' to J.. for, ,1 take It, there U are scraped. off''gently,and:exposed to thesun'on year are now raised respectively$ at greatest ,
aaoe # Walker. re, army 'f arth nave a sensible influence on the -
r. wal productions
and a polished piece of metal for some'twenty ;which "
; Treasury more unisturaland therefore and 06,200 advance has been refused
would tea, bight object ,, ,
1.-r I-c "ead DI .. last t ctUtQ 'U earthquakes.. In order.td this,
and then in
give eriooa The of the assistant treasurers taints, thereare43Omer1caskZforsgnbQrT more revolting to the true man than a masculine days, ,and carefully-packed- to b,8vti. ., be haa.brought together the result ofT.CXX)
'a Eyreft. .aad 3 idea to mats.. : r -
: wesnw.'ly certainly giro : '
financial .
.. .cM:9sIGCfl. >'f' .- observations the flrst.halfof
: oD.- FioaioA Bin BoxDi.'W..1 ,that extending over
not known.RevenoecoUes. her such iedacation as win best developthe :TUX MOau* MVLTTCAtUS \
', .,Sam Houston attracts ua wuih.aUeD- 1 lug upon the warm Europe,is very'classes In nrice American 65. peculiar;ptarms characteristics of Grows luxuriantly in Florida, and from th joint:British .and"An ip.D \omm. ;the present century, and from the
Jon 71'IW Seoa0 a*Waaotegton bj writ- bly rsnce.-FLeUer.felt by manufacturing .UgBt>bouseik, Mrv ,American!,, ,338- i her eiv. I should treat ft young girl with the quantitiea of it,scattered'over her surface ik* sitting in London for tbe adjudication catalogues he has formed, shows by three
: ; it is evident that aha hat not of daimaJuve the dibD..or'theFlorida ways independent of ooe another;,UH fa
i' Ur riom'U' 32 known. 132. tenderMWU. Give her such physical altogether rejected
4 r \ Igr ; no 4St i'{1 :great 'as'Js berbealtbI escaped, :tbt'mttrttt multiealut fever tank'bond',hoWen! l fcreajatw training neeeosaryfor "
*:tr. .Glt iud& Bt1ely AaseQoyi, Untoiu-- issued Banks of the Territort'Plodsd.MigthaPthw. of earthquake*. .
iilftl wbteb raced throughout bonds by.the -
: r known like to he delicate bloom of Ih* pnce
227 we
r not .;" .
a4&1kg amonot la tie U.Trtaicry patLe I.t yl .\' ; '... f. theIksbutnopoiiidowgIoiBut CoooonsofitbesIlkworm.rssaldto'bsometimes : ; :: hpJdmmui' .,,1. :That"the frequency- Tr a.WU,
uty giru l way jrom iw"to U 'l'Hbor. p upon found b in.the wild *.to-the beate ajoul cvzrin L.
'te < and InterWlJerrtme be sentlo''Wlth"thtri.:. ipon1t state loo for.panacnt..
to .
aft. wu $21,912,100 according rstb1uahbf may bo seen St"r 2. Xnal t'chv7 au .ftti,1l the.
*' woo o (Extract from &/ and there is little doubt butth \ It silk Natiorta' fdliigeter' '
nnuwra. I fvl..J
. Ite Trewzr'r'. rv'poit I -


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;E Tic Di of the moon's. perigrtt &nd diminished of'thieni1r i f hAIL. c-
: LU'ST5UL5Tb5iad57M7B5.
j 0. and atApalacbi.U.Msnnopy. UlUvUl* Caap- : "
/': towards:the apogee.3. Coma 1n Florida, M enacted by the Le- AniTVatlcpuf sHtfrifT H dafbrP'.i l tBsvJs Pn-J saangs, ManOaiisv Mossly HaS, :,, -- : "-: "a.w.TU.EjFLO1UDA! NyS: __- '''''\.< .:
Hut the bock of crtb more tamerotM rben the moon near,tbetneridiaiinban the I7U 1855. JurcAir 12, 185$. Arriv at Tampa aaae day by 6 p ss. Aama Ocala POatka Quaey. Warrisgtos.C.dils. nub DbtJri tfiitf fj-;
when 90 from it. January DROPOSALSfcenanlnttb.wflsotih.Unltod 6830 From Ickspurksssssa to Jarmgan,M mU/tt .S.he ixc fwUd iatU cauekwcfa S. Je
; 1. States from lit and kack ones a week. tAt
with EASTERN CIRCUIT. dayof July, 1855 to the 30tk extend tM stejnrtswnl any dam fnptr.
The caa*'of the interest connected trxixo Tctir.St day ef June, 1859 ind siv ,in tke guts of FLOR> Leave lebepuckesassa Fri sy at 6 a ss j \. Seven ahisitos are allowed to aek Intons "

tbeee relation is emailondmtood.. IT a* 1.2d Monday ia March.Dural IDA win U rooeivsd at tile Contract Office ef lbs ArrlvsatJ.rsiguaneddaybyl2a|. .Ie. wkea net otherwise specifted, tor as- COUNTING HODSE-ALMANAC, ,_ ".
: b now rwwrmllj n 'ed, the interior of 3d do. oV Post Office Departssent, ia tk*city efWashtagtoa, Lean Jermigaa Sstardsy at I p ss t metIng* Bails; butaa esibued and steamboat ,
the cvth is ia liquid or past state ? Tkarsday stt.rtb. but Monday..) nnta 3 Bsaof lOtk April. ISSS. (to be dtaded ky Arrive at IcsMpuekessssa next day by t m m. f* tostk t* Is to be ssor dUy tkaa is smfiV 1855.
and tithe gto e' Ut for iU Orange, litMasdayApri3. 3Otk April, 135S.) en tke 1OG&eI..the 6831 Time MellonviUs Jsmigan, 30 'soflee steal. for aa exchange ef lbs Mail tegs. I
thrt arhbeat, times kerein spsdflsd. aw? back once a w* k, 2. On routes .bere tile ..of eoovtyane a4aUsnf At' .
loUd part only Cl"lPt cumjaratirelj very TeJisia A St.Lode,Thursday after IstMouJaApr. Bidden rt nytuded cnmnu eortfuBf On Leave MeUeaviOa Taesday at It m; itth* spsxial agents of the department, '4'4."s i m,. -ce.1: 0

thin the interior roaM m1Ht tend to Marion Putnam. 4th 3d Monday in a April / uf"tI---J 4-t oUackmitt Arrive at Jsmigan sanM day by 8 p sat also post office bUaks. mail begs:ks and hays leIR t: =P. .. : : .I! =

"' .ie1rIlib the "iirtace water to the attrae- 1st Monday tn ApriLSumptor this eMerl flcacaL Leave Jsnugan Wednesday at 7 a sat ar* to lie conveyed wUhont extra ckang 5 :. ::I, 1 I:1: ; i .= : .
says forces exerted by the sun and moon, Alachns Monday ia May. 6301 From ChartesUm S. C, ky Jacksonville, Arrive at MeOonrille ISM day by 4 puu63J2 3. 0.railroad amid steambvat lime British and ; ;:IE I 'l : -
2d = i
la1. :
be tendency to expansion Monday Fla,Mandarin, M&gmsOZIRMIU.,Middlebnrg, PIe- From TaUakassse by Newport, to St Canada mails when efftnd are 10 be *onvydwUhoot HATING mad II1 t i' It J : ...,. new ,-
and there mast a Columbia 3d Monday in May. j1 I
of the radia rectors of olata, aad Orange Mills, to POatka 300 mttos lad Marks 23 suits and back tare tones a WMk. additional pay;:>lso, the route.agents of 1 1,Inor: Ii 1 .
ia the direction TALL TERM. back twice. .. Leave Tallahassee' Monday We4Mecla.t departnwnty.t far whose excusiv use, white extensive arrange lo11112hR: 8 SjIO1I I i: *re4touett.$
these two bodie; but this tendency en- St Johns ZdMmisyi October. Lean Charleston Tuesday and Ealurdsy at S Friday at 7 .; UmveHmg with the mail, a eommodioos ear *r :,IljISjl9-20 i15I6t17IItI90'hl, f

eocnter resistance in the rigidity of the Decal 3d Monday in October. pm ; Arrive*t St.Marks same days by 1 p so) rtBmtiatbceBtA ofakar,properly lighted iusutafottbexecs 1 3124 ,% ,223 24 2S2527l tM IIted sotbe
after last ia October. Arriv Jacksonville 4 crust, which is the occasion of fractures Nassau Tkuniay Monday at next days by It m; famished adapted tottisesue. 293O31 --
&DCI.bocka. The intensity of this cause Orange 1st Monday in Xor.Volusia. Leave Jacksonville Wednesday and Soodsy at at 7 a sa tArrire nient assortaent Mol due security of tk* wails is tiusof.v.rydascrip Fu' I--t$ J21 At'G" = I % 3 113 blade. '-- 1 :
that of tides of the with &St:Lad., Thursday of 1st Mon in l OY. 12 ID; at TalUka*** same days by I p SB; to lie provided by the contractor, aster th* direction ; 1 8 9 1 sI e 10 II
raries. like ocean Putnam, 3d Monday ia No,. Arrive at POatk next days VT 6 a m i 6333 From Tallahassee, by Mwosukk. to Bunkers of the department tion of 1l112t13114115,16l71 !l2iI3sl4I3: It'I"'
-.r ralalire position of the son and moon and Marion 4th Monday in Xov.Sampter Lear POatka Monday and Tkarsday at B a m; Bill 28 miles and back, twice a week, 4. Xep y will Uande for trip*not performed; l8I9,2Ol2l232324 1 l92O2l222324; : 21 _

consequently with age of moon ; and it 1st Monday Dec. Arrive at 1- next days by 3 a SB i Leave Tallahassee Monday amid Wsdntsday at lad fur each of neb omissions not satisfactorily explained Job Printing t 2S 22ihTb5attentlnootthosj '
hoaU also be noted, that as the ocean's Alachaa, 2d Monday in Dee. Leave Jacksonville Tuesday and Friday at 4 6a B | three times th* pay of the trip may be MAIN : I 2. 3Su'T: Law.

\ tides ri e and fall twice a lunar day, atperiods i Columbia 3d Monday in Dee. am; Arrive at Banker's DiD. days by S p B t deducted. For arrival so far bekinitun a* to \II ,I 1! 8 9,10" 2. 7 >.
.- the moon's passingthe SOUTHERN CIRCUIT. Arrive at Charleston next days by 10 a nv.Ilia Leave &'.UUI Tuesday sajTkandry'at 6 break connexion with, drpenlm mails, and not 111 ""II" IS: : \ ,.'.,. I BI1aCaHS,
dependent on I to extend to Welaks are invited. an; sufficiently excuse, ooe-fourth cf the cotnpcaiti"o IISil9:2012Ii22i324: ; ,t6l71lR19,2O2It: ,
meridian so in the internal fluid of the SPKISO TEEM. C802 From Jacksonville, by Barber's,Animator, Arrive at TaHanaiwe game cia,. br 5 p m. for the trip I* subject to forfeiture I-lu.ti- pal mill\ \ witVn. ; Printingfne "2V2&27. 2i2930.31' ,,232425267728:29: VIIU5rdaI- C

globe there should be two changes in a Levy, 3d Mon-lay ia March. Little River, Mineral Springs Columbus Madison 6334 From TaJlahasse to Waaiesaak, 19 adIos be ordered for a grade of performance inferior lPm JI 45'\ 6! T| i'it75'-

day the time varying with the same &. Ilernaado 4th Monday in March. .Sandy Ford, and MonticeDo, to Tallahassee and back twine a week. to that spcctScd ia the contract For repeated 1.tIS J III.rl"l t Sf 9Il '12,13114rs ; Ovv'a ,1j 11 CiremIari,
Hillsborough 1st Monday U ApriL 192 miles aDd back twice a week. Leave Tallahassee Monday and Wednesday. at del nqu DreI of the kind herein speufied/Mila-ged 1 IS t& 19,20, :21; 10 -
Manatee, 3d Monday in ApriL Leave Jacksonville Sunday and Wednesday at 6am; penalties proportioned lo the asSure thereof .l invited t>thU omce.t[ !!' 526; il4 1 16:17ISlItl: : !
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Monroe, 2d Monday in May. 7pm; Arrive at Wakeenah same-days by 12 a; the importance of the nwil'nay be asJs. U 111-I' :11'2223.242526'' Band Bills,

Traasaitt J for the Savannah Daily Morning 5't... FILL TERM. Arrive at TallahssKe ia 43 boors by 7 p n ; Leave Wakeenah Moodsy and Wednesday at I p 5. For leaving behinJTt throwing*ST the Bails Terms. buriaN1 f!MAT_ 51t1 I 21 31 415' (1fJ'J1 iIht-h aLY'
Levy, 1st Monday in 0tUernando Leave Tallahassee Sunday aad Wednesday at B; or any portion of them, for the adnTtv.on: of p-v- 9JO n', .1 -
Charleston Race 2d Monday in .'. 3am; Arrive at Tallahassee same days by 7 p a.6&iS soups or for being concerned in Mtting up or CASJL. ; 13'14f15 4 16l7il919iOrder. : : 81 | 8 ,
CIUKLUTOX, Feb. 7. llillsboroagh 3d Monday in Oct. Arrive at Jacksonville in 43 hours by 3. m; From Tallahajwe*,, by Benhaden Shell running an express conveying commercial intelligence i 11I12i1 14 15 l"Jl7
For the Jockery Club Purse of $1,000. Manatee, lat Xovember.. C803 From St. Augustine to Picolata, 18 miles Point Pawtoxet and Sopchoppy to Walker. 60 ahead'of the mail, a quarter's pay may* b* from the l Z1 2913oti- _1 1 II II9i20t21t22.234.lgz. ; :

foar mile beat, four horses .. Die Monroe, 1st December. and back four times week. miles and back one* a week. deducted. ''. i.- -1-H I 21 25 26 27 Mj39j30jH .f Var5
Boston from the stable of Leave St Augustine Sunday and Wednesday at Leave Tallahassee Wednesday at 3 a B; 6. Fines will be imposer, unless the dstinqaenry Co a D h 1 willbe' r 3 4 51 6 'ft 8 9 : -
Oapperton, by Orange Springs Hotel &c. Sam and 12 Ill Arrive at Walker mxt day by Din; b*promptly sad satisfactorily explained by certificatoe ll0hlIl2ll3 l4l5! tl'IDac" 2.} It1 7Pl'OlllptI1.zeated I
John Belcher, of W, won the first Leave Warker Thursday at\ of the aSdavits ef other 7 1 15 -
Capt. Arrive at Picolata same days by 1 p B and 5 p IDa postmasters, or 9 10 ii 1213$14 a
v beat. Griff Edmoruon, by ChilJe Harold FOR SALE. pm; Arrive at TalUhewse next day by 9 p ss6336 > I creditable persons for foiling to arrive in contract 4j25126272312930 IS 171819,202122, I "
\ owned bT Mr. John nUT 80D. of Fairfield JL ruts valuable! property i*offered for sal* if applied Leave Picolata Monday and Thursday at 6 a m TrIm TaQshanee by Xoew.,'. on time;for neglecting to take th* Bail from or deliver .: ."no t4 : : ,23242526,272839F -

District S. C won the second and third for man and 12 miArri. the : e. riser to RidlcyiviUe., and back once aweek. it into, a pout office; for suffering it (owing : ::30 311-- ,
4 It affords and opportunity for one of the most at St Augustine same days ky 11 a m either to the ,urcoitaMeness of tb* plat or mADDer __
beats.TUSL7.527147. profitable investments in tile country as the books aDIt 5 P DL Bidders win stats the distance and propose a of carrying it) to tit injured destroyed robbed, __
; .,56 1."_ of the Ilonne will show The location U s knowledged 6SO From Pilatka. by Orange ;Orange schedule. or lost; and for refusing, after demand to messy -_

'Highlander and Jeff. Dar, were dutanocd to be on* of the most favorable fur Pulmou- Lake, Silver Springs, O sla, Camp Isard Augusta 6337 From StilUpiea to FinkoUoway 20 mil sand the mail as frequently M the contractor runs, or .r H'elaka.Paiatka PJa. Felix Livingston :
the econd heat. ary invalids in Florida; while one of the finest Picreerille Molenilez, and Fort Taylor to back, woe a week. is concerned in running a coach, car,or ste.unbo.it r. and Tiiltrmedtalt LanJingt. ,
For the "Hutchinson Stakes two mil Sulpher Springs in the Union, attached to the Hotel Tampa 159 miles sal back, twice a week. Leave SUUepica Monday at 5 aID; .n a route. ATrOUEY aCOmiCELt01t At&W,
affords fine bathing Ac, for those laboring Arrive at FiuhoUowsy 12 General annul the ,4 me The new and fait steamer SEMINOLE Jacksonville
started. Brown Dick. Leave Pitltka Monday and Thursday at 7 a m; same day by m ; 7. Tbe Postmaster may contract c. J- E. F,
heats four horses under other diseases requiring tbe ue of Sulpber! Arrive at Tampa next Wednesday aad Saturday Leave FinboUuwsy Monday at 1 p a; for repeated failures to run agreejb'y to contract wilt touch at Welaka OB her i?r ILL aUaclto.unc tmsnussM.
owned by Mr. T. B. Gosby, of Abu, won Water, and is much resorted W in such cases by 4 p m; Arrive at Stillepiea save day 8 p a. ; for disobeying the Post Office laws or the regular trip of TUESDAY, the 30th : ant, and \, b trusted to bin ia tie CovrU of u. a Um

the first and second heats. Tb lintel is entirely new, capable rf accommodating Leave Tamp Mon lay and Thursday at 2 a m; 6333 From Madison, by Charles Mills Charles instructions, of the department; for refusing tu discharge will continue lo dose everr other Tcesiay, should 'Circuit and ef the Supreme CovUftf TiTiVasess

Tint-3.42; 3.4C.Cfiarletton from CO to 70 persons and well furnished Arrive at Pilatka next Wednesday and Saturday Ferry and New Boston. to Clay'Lauding, 00) a carrier when required by department uffietent en.ouragemeut lie ci" a I lie his also such aa sxtraatagMNU eoonectioa sub
the rooms are all plastered. Those desirous of by 10 p m. miles and_back,one a week. to do so; for assigning the contract witbunt Freight through to and from TTel lca, same at an able Lawyer at Washington City,a* will > eai. .
CnUon Market. buying are requested to cums and see for theinseUes Proposals to omit Silver Spring win be consider Leave Madaon Monday at T.m ; I the avent of the Postmaster General; for running Palatkt rate S. M. LAFITTEAC Agent a prompt and speedy collection oC sack clause a. 3 .
as to the correctness of the above. Mr. J. 01.. Arrive at Clay Landing Wednesday by 6 p m; an express as aforesaid; or fir transporting J..r1I1U120I853-tr may U placed ia his hands against Ute Uaito4 .

CHARLESTON. Feb. 7. W. Pearson, at the Springs, will give say necessary 6305 From Pilatka,by Welaka,Volncia,and Enterprise Leave Clay Landing Thursday at 7 aID; persons or packages conveying nnHaMt matter out .FOR SALE. iatsa jal,
The sales of Cotton to-day were 1200 information.The. to MeUoorille/130 miles and back, oncea Arrive at Madison next Saturday by 6 p m. of the mail. _
bales at extremes ranging from 7 to U cenU. .Hotel U located on the main Stage Bond week in steamboat 6339 From Madison by Hamburg and Clifton 8 The Postmaster"'General may order an increase AJL VERY comfortable and convenient BOOM in Phillip Fruer.

Good MiddLng remains: unclun cd. through East Florida-twenty-fit e miles from Pa- Leave Pilatka Monday at 8 a n ; to rovenville,(j a-30 mile.and back,once a week ef service oa a route by allowing therefor a r St Augustine, near the City pate It e<*- ATTOaXIY AND COCX5ELLOK LAW.
latka and one and a half mile from Fort Brook Arrive at McUonviHe! next day by 11 am; Leave Madison Monday at 6 a m; pro rata increase on the contract "y lie may talus sIx route, besides a halt anti pantry, and JodtftmviUc .
Landing. on the OcLlawaha River. Leave Mellonville Tuesday at 1 p m; Arrive at Gro>enville same day by 6 p a ; change the schedule of arrivals, and departure', three }.isiat pinttM; It hat good kitchen a ftaTT7ILL ,
Sew York Cotton Market.NEW .* Tile eorgia :ent DeI" will insert twice a Arrive at Pilatka next day by 3 pili ; Leave Qrovenville Tuesday at 6 a a ; without increase of pay, provided h* does A.ur- cerritge "IL-e. UMe and f xi YORK, }'t.b.7. week for 3 week [feb9-3t. BHS| to commence at Welaka are invited. Arrive at Madison same day bv 6 p m.6J40 tail the amount of running time. He in&y aloe washto..nse The lot is quite a ipaeiou one, and Vf r trotted to him in the Courts eC tile rutm e

The New York Cotton market is dull : 6306 From Enterprise to New Smyrna, 30 miles From Waukecnah,,by Beasly lIo.ety Hall order an increase.f apes i., ha allowing within: tb; hta wine f.-a" or twenty Peach, Banana sad Cirrait aad the Supreme Coorts at TiHihaajes
hone in firm. FOR SALE. and back once a week. and Slillepica,to Madison,32 miles and back.once restrictions of the law,a pro ruts lucres. of pay Poraejranite: tree; aim. SoarOrange and fig He has also stock aa adrantagvoM inmstliasi erich i

wiled fir Liverpool : A LIKELY Negro hey about 14 years of age Leave Enterprise Tuesday st 6 a m; week. Jot the additional stock or carrier, if any. The Tree, and two wells of gaud water an able Lawyer at Waihiagtoa City at will won ,
The stcampohip Paciff warranted suund and heslthly Enquire at Arrive New Smyrna sun* day by 6 p m; Leave Waukeenak Thursday 6 ama t contractor may, however, in the case of nvyetse Apply to Mr FIKCOAX of Jacksonville. or to. a prompt and speedy collection of raca elate M .
with half million of specie. this Office. febllMmOFFICt Lear New Smyrna Monday at 6 am; Arrive at Mad-son same day by 6 p a, of speed relinquish the contract by giving prompt Mr, lit car 5 ex 6ciLAaTix, of Savaaaaa, or to may be placed ia his hand agaiact the CssU4 CStat.

An extensive gang of counterfeiters hasbeen Arrive at Entc:prise sime day by 6 pm. Leave Mad'son Friday at 6 aID; notice to the department that he prefers doing *o Mrs Ass MAW, of St- StAurnstine. .. jaly4

arrested near Cleavcland Ohso. iii w ; J 6307 From Mew Smyrna to Indian River, 120 Arrive st WauLeenob same day by 6 p m. to carrying: the order into effect The Postmaster January 20, 1355-
The Weather at the Forth, miles and back. twice nuooth. 6841 From QuilK'' to Chattalioachee, 21 miles General may aUo curtail or disuentinue the"".-. Private J. Mr Robert Baker
tU>Kll>A KAtL-KOAD CO Boarding.
Weather Uirtra.shutit the Northern JARCABT 1833. ) Leave New Smyrna on the 1st and 3d Wednesdays and back, three times a week. at pro rala decrease of pay,allowing ODe cmta's ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR DC
The '
29th. ) of each month Leave Quincy Monday; Wednesday and Fridayat extra compensation on tbe amount dispensed with, )4. TilE subscriber respectfully informs the
States is intensely cold: accompanied with I!, NOTICE is hereby given that an assessment of Arrive at Indian River; in 6 days; ? a u; whenever,in his opinion the public inlare'U d' ZpuMic, that he is prepared to accommodate a CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC
storm At New York the cent on the "tco'k of this Company Arrive at Cbattahoockes in be desires to Lm.tcd Dumber of families or single with
heavy snow Leave Indian River on the2J AD J4th Saturdays same days by 121ft; cot reinire the same, or case sa- persons ASDCommutloncr :
thermometer u ten degrees bclo- zero. baa been made payable upon the 2Jd day of February ufeacb month ; Leave attah Tuesday,, Tbarsdziyand per,ede it by a different grade of UjjupcrUtxa: gwl board, at reasonable rates. for the Atlantic cndCvtfStates.
next. GEO. W. CALL Arrive at New Smn rca in 6 dnys. Saturday at 1 ama; 9. Payments will be mode for tho ser.ice treollectioos The hoae w /it>atel in a pi rune t part of the

From Illinoit.CH f.o 3-ut Se: ttry.esr 6909 From Indian)River, Jupiter, to Miami Arrive at Qomcy same days by 12 m. from or drafts on,postmasters or otherwise town comer of Ocean and iltarjo streets JackSJovaie 4
ISO mile and back, once a month Bid to commence at Tallahassee are invited. after the expiration of each quarter-*ij in Fin Ux A COY. aag.5-ly
'cico. Feb. 7. r2 Leave Indian River on the 1st Friday of each 6342 *roia Baidbridge, G*, by ChnttihoocheeFK February, May, August and Xovcmber January I, & -tt McQueen McIntosh

The elccfon: for U. S. Senator w ill take month iArrive Ochc c West Winton Ridlcysvi'Ie: Richoe's 10. The distances are given according to the For Sale, or to *t. .
|.l'ce on Tuesday next. The House of Florida Rali-Rea4 Cumpany. at Miami in 6 dirt Uinf, lull anti Fort tiaJsJen to Apslachicola: beat information; but no ineraaved pay will \e allowed ATTORNEY AT tAW..
IUrpre entatnes have passed aati-Ntbraska jOTICE is hereby given, thU a meeting of the leave Miami oh tbe 21 Friday of each month zoo miles and back three Upes a week from the should they be greater than .\erooe 1. if ii-Its WITH or Without Purchase, the wen JaeLconTille.! E. F. -
1" Stockholders of this Company will be held at Arrive at Indium River in 6 days. 15th October to 15th Jone-of e.daI.ar, and twicea the points to b*supplied be correctly*vte'l li)1- >!K>irn I'RI\ATE LOAKT'IXG IIOCSEocupie i
resolutions by eight majority. i lc JJi Tat ., The house is aDd
the office of the Company in JiJtsont, on Ca09 From Key Went to Miami 200 miles and week Ib.reidae in tint-class steamboats, with den must inform themselves on this point11. ; n large Smith & Bradl'ord.ATTORNjyATLAw
the of two-horse coaches from Postmaster General is prohibited by t'fU1woIIO.JI', -.u J 4itu*'<>J on Bay street A rare .
Bainbridge The
Thursday, the 22J day nf February, tor the par- I back once a IIlODr. privilege using -
From Irhino.VAsH1MTo. pose of electing nine Directorsto serve for the en Leave Kcv Went on the 8th of each month; to Chattohooc-bee when the river is too lowfurnavigatiun. law from knowingly' nuking a contract for thtran.portsUO opportunity i is now oCere for any one wishing toe .
\ Feb. 7 I of the maiU rUb whit ,'ge in the burioe.s.: or to secure a roomy family
; ming year. Arrive at Miami by the 13th. any person
In the Senate petious were presented in BT onler of the Board of Director*: !! leave: Miami on the 19th of each month; From lath Oitubtr IStf June. shall have entered into or proposed to cuter iota miiienA 23 Apply I3i5tf on the premises, to 20S2CTS IH CHAHC7BT,
I January ,
lavor of abolition of slavery in the li j"n 15-Jt OEO W. CALL. Sec'y. Arrive at Key Vest by the 211h.I Leave Bainbridge Tuesday, Thursday, and any combination to prevent the making: of any bed AOigatvr nil JVorawusiff, Pit.
I 6310 From Newnansville, by F rt Chrk, Weahuotie *. Saturday at 2 p a; for a mail contract by any other person or persons.or ,S 1 OU Kcvrar WILL attend promptly to aQ business 0atnato4 7
Columbia.A .
tnct of Land for Sale. I Muatnopy, Flcmmgton, and Newton to Arrive at ApaUihicoIa next Wednesday and who shall have made any agreement, or i-hill to then.x. -

number of internal Improvement bills TILE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale 1000 I Ocala, 57 miles aJ back, twice a week, snpylyingWacabo Friday by 4pm; and Monday by Ham; have given or performod or promised to give or R.\\'Aw..n froa-thescSssriber.cn the 11th .warr. aware, ..wueroa" .
{ Jane last Li. MOOSER. lie a-
have paused the Senate. i. acre Pine and lUmmock Land, in Ala .z eg [ >Xie only on the return trip on Friday, and Leave ApalacbJcoIa Sunday, Tue Xiy, and perform any considerationwhaleser, or to aN at 50, negro of nun and has Office at Alligator. I OSce at XewnaasrilJ
Texas do not do anything whatever; in crier to u years ago a lump
Creditor'sbUlby or 7-1
The House the MwuD that at 5 July ,
passed haa ctmnty, which will be sold at a bargaa tor omitting <>y on trip Thursday ama; Ud for n forehead about half: the lize of a
other njt t a "n :s pigeon'segg.
iivloce or >
43. Leave Xewoia.vilic Wednesday and Sunday at7am Arrive st Baiobridgs next days by 8 any persun persona -
a vote of 154 to each if applied for soon. Any information.can be a a. I whit-h he be McntiCed.
Particular attention w called t >time by can readily
mail contract
C. M.
The house discussed the Tariff and Civil bad t>y &d.lrossing me at P latka.Ub Ii ; From 15tt June to 1M..OcUAer. 25th section of the act of 1336 prohibiting couib.ntions .- The Above reward is offered for his spprehen- Pearson, .

Diplomatic bills, is committee to the whole. 3-tf .1. J. ARXOW. Leave Arrive Orals at Ocala, Thursday next days and by Monday 10 ama at; 2 p m; Leave Bainbridge Tuesday and Saturday at 3 to prevent bidding. bloc an-J dej. ry. either: to the i'nbsrrU>er, or the ATTORNEY AT LAW.-

BrSllELS CORN pus; 12. A bid received after time-vix: 3 p a. of jailor at Ja-Jwnviile JOHN L'EXGLE. Jacksonville. Fla.Plattcriag -
BOSTOX ICE TD ._-Boston exported r?,oon 6811 Arrive From at Xewnawvilte Xewnaa ville next, by days EUistille bye p DI.i and Arrivcy-at ApeJaehicoIa neat days by 4 p m; the 10th of April, 1355-or without tan guarantee Ja.Jc>onviie, FIJI,, January 2J, I3SS-If -
of ice wt The matt of 2100 BUSHELS OATS i Leave .Apaiarhicoia Monday at w a. m, and .ired..la..orthat combines several routes -Plata and OmameBtal f
.155,430 tpn year t Providence, to Allig.tor10 miles and a.ek, twice Wcdaedayatlilpum; Insolvent Notice -
wit sent to outbi-rii cities particuUrly 1400 SHOUTS, BRAN OR COW i a week. : in one sum of compensation cannot be considered ( Bricklaying -
this Arrive at Bainbridge next Tuesday by 11 am, \\ X C liCFOKD, AJminwtratorrfthe Estate ;
NewJOrleans and Mobile. The amount I FEED 1100 BUSHELS SHIP STUFF, or MID- I Leave Xewnaasville ThorrJay and Saturday at and Thursday bIO p a in competition with a regular prupusat reisjoaUein L .,f w'm.ua O UnCoil, late or ti! : sooty 'F1 liE subscriber desires again to.t'er'le wrrt c

in Boston vac about GOOUO tons DLIXUS jost eeriest, and which willbe sold only 9am 6343 From Chattanooeee, by Marianna CrowellCampbellton amount .l! ?*"'i, b? *in.r filed in toy (5--o a wnti<>n har- I. cs to bw old friend and the pablie. ia U.
consumed I Imakin.tbe fr
13. Bidders should in an .first *
for eath. esses *
that Arrive at Alligator same days by S p m; Geneva A"ADdeJ'FD" Mill Fla, pros Z ;t-on of tJis u-A\"mcj of sail Estate Th t a, performance of Plain and Ornanmtal PUsMriag,
amount cut in vicinity t Al_. the largest and richest ortmeni of Far- and at 6 service strictly according to the advertu u.eut u-.d r1tta.iDg1Iuoary. Ac. He win
Leave Alligator Tuesday Friday a m; Gcntsville, Almirante Milton and Ffcridalowo, therefore, la notify all pomona h.iTicpSninls July contract lor
216 540 tons I IF nil ore, Carpctinga, Sash Doors, Blinds and OilCloth e.naDirill..me S then if they desire, teparately foe different s-;r..o I brick-work and plastering of
Arrive st days by p m. to PcnsaeoU,200 miles and back, twice a week. I .rove4 and srmtheritLi-ate.J in the ofije ',f the I bmldiBgv entire posjrei
ever offered in this place. 6S12! From Xewnaasville, by St. Louis, to Sew Leave CTutUboochce Tuesday and Saturday at and if the regular bid be the lowest offer*j for the Jai: cf Pr bite fjr Durl counts ly the .ev nteenUi I : !e terms, and pledge himself me despatch '
IlOZ IIIi u\' despatch from Ogdens- To our uCtROCERIE3aati PROVISIONS River, 22 miles and back, one week. 8p a; advcrtiaed service, the other bids may ba coosacred -i dor JuTr nest en'uire. lit whuh ticie I !n the execution of all work entrusted. kwe

burg. New York nays: we respectfully solicit the attention of all who are Leave Xewnansville Thursday at I p m; Arrive at Pcnsacola coat Friday and .Tnesday if the alterations proposed arc recoramcnde there will!! fce a pru'rita distribatMJof useUbl r..
fcTeams are crossing the St. Lawrence willing to pay CoIb in order to save the extra percenL Arrive at New River same day by 8 p m; by 4 P DI; by the postmasters and citizens interested! or if acid este amwa; the "red:tors lh-rei fliirea I lie hardly thinks it newssary to grr. tins tow -

, first this sca- We hare had 200 wrought Iron Plough Leave New River Thursday S a m; Leav PensMola Tuesday and Friday at 8 a a; they shall appear manifestly right an r'porH. kr onler my haul snj the ?nl of the I h.If\a he U known any assurance as to the quality t
river on the ice for the time consigned to UK, which we are offering at prices Arrive Kewnsjisville same day by 12 m. Arrive at Chattaboocbe next Thursday and There should b* but one route hid ta a Cast gf Frooate of DorM I'Jny. at tLe ., or his work, as ta that respect he heietoftnw F ;
." eorretfuonling with the times. 6913 From Xewnansville Santa proposal Ci: given to his patrons the mart .
by Tostenoggee, Sunday by 5 a. Prc.f-at ofa-e in .J L-oDVit.:: 'ihu the perfect tatisfaetioB.
jan JO ELLIS Jt LEDWITU. Fe,Clay Landing Wacasassa,and Lung Pond, 6644 From p Apalacbicola, by Cbottahoochee, to -::15. Tb. route.th..omee bidder, the yearly,1 thOse psy of, vhaeaberof the geveaiesalh oaf J"DDtry, A.I 1335 lie respectfully soliats a renewal the. .
and residene T/He an e
name his
Otie 119 miles and week. apot reDow-citiaeu. JOII5
to Atseoa back GIIICe. Columbus Ga, aud Lack one a week. FELIX LIMXGSTOX ITR3.
DIED M. II. GOODlY a .. Inn, sao-ld. -
aeuaifany > 1I-.
7a '
Newnsasville ai
Leave WednemLiy m of
; Bilders will state tbs ttUUbw,name i&tonnsdi- mode jan2.ijm Judge Probate Dan Covnty
la tail city *a th. ;tIt but of Consumption Builder and Contractor Arrit'. at Atnena Otie next Saturday ly 8 a m; ate vl&ces, and propose a acfaedale. be distinctly statodtabtt koneback b iittenJei.olOllMve"3Jl.e The,
tf a higher mode Shag NEW GOODS FOR SPRING 1835
THOMAS w. FRAME, M D, of Dunkirk X. T, Shop Ocean Street Leave Atscns Otis Saturday at 11 am; 6343 From Marianne by Drang* Bill Vernon words "with due celerity, ertainty, anti se.-unty," I IL Dental Xotlee. S* I
on Am\at Newnonsville next Tuesday by 8 p mCdl4 _DooglassvUle,and Knux Hill to Uthee Anna, 64 indicate the monte of \ G. ingraft; Cash House W.SJ:05T\TJCE.oeW iMpeetfally -
inserted to junveTanoe wui .
a,27.ars.Ills fob 3 ly From Xewnanst, by Fort U-irw, ta ailes and back on--e a week. ; inform the citnens JaeksosnrilU and tU riei 1-
remains were mterre d by the members oftb Administration Notice. Middleburg,50 miles and back once week. Leave Mansnna Thursday at 6 a a; constitute' a "sferrMd. f i, 253 A 255 King Street. alt,,that,having opened office ia the DagMrfes

"Florida Lodge No I," Independent Order of Leave Itewnansville Wednesday at 12 m Arrive at Ucbee Ann"'n st day by 5 p m; 16. Bidden are reqoeste I to OM,sj far M puCe Charlatan, S.C. Gallery on Forayth street,win attead to aft brsft-
of which Order he had been for ome NOTICE is hereby given to all whom it may Arrive at Middieburg next day by 6 p n; Leave ITches Anna Tuesday at 6 a m; tiemUe, the printed form of proposal furnished by \ : ARE now receiving our usual large andS dies ol DENTISTRY, ia the nost apprxrred aM
Odd-Fellows rD that six weeks from date hereof I Leave MiJdleburg Tuesday 6 a; Arrive at Marianna next day by 7 p m. the department, to write. .. full tie sum of S ..lteUaH. aesortmen$ or careful uaaner.
years a _rtky member. shall apply to the Honorable Judge of Probates( Arrive at Xewnatuville next day by 11 a ma.Bids Bids for semiweekly sorvice will be considered. their bids sued to retain copies*f them.Xu Fancy & staple Dry Goods W Nerves aching teeth destroyed widiocl
t Dural county, for Letters of Administration de for semi-weekly service will be considered. 6346 From West Wiaton, by Aspen Grove to altered bids can be conaldereJ, and no bUs paiL c2-2e
bonis moo oa the EIUI.e of John O Batch !>!. of 6313 Frost Sew River to Midlleburg, 30 miles Abe Spring 22 miles and back, once a week. once inbaiUed can b* withdrawn. for Spring Trade, and are prepared to offer greater

COMMERCIAL RECORD. said county, diiced. EP1IRAIM BUTCH.Jaa. aDd and back, once a week. Leave West Winton Monday at 5 ama; Each bid must b* guaranteed by two rexponble *.- ittltK-erocnt thin ever >f re to Cash Custom FROST & BOULTER .i -
27 lS53- be ers. We vlhore "riollr t-> oar e::blishej ,
w Leave Xew River Wednesday at "a m ; Arrive at Ab persons. General guarantees cannot Mi ns-
CHAaLCiTOX Feb. 1. I ; tom of ONE PRICE OXL1CbarIHtMlo.JeA. General
Arrive at Mid Jicbnrg same day by 7 p m; Leave Abe Spring Monday at 1 p m; Bittei] Commission Merchant s
LONG COTTON.-Tbcr* Las been an acreased FOR MALE. Leave MidJleburg loarsdiiy at 7 aID; Arrive West Winton same day by 8 p 17. The bid should be .sealed superscribed 20,1855._(Gui) 101 Slate Street Barton Man' ,
disposition of late on the put of buyers to enter eat TIlE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale his Arrive at New River same day by 7 p m. 6947 From Vernon to Andrew's Bay,45 miles "aail propnw:U, St-ite cf -," .4Jre 3ei moral. ,
UM market eel the inquiry daring the pa.t weekwascawptratively .PLANTATION, known as Fort George si- 6516 From Gary's Ferry to Fort hence and and back one*a week. Second Aoutwit Postmaster General," Cut.tr THE rSOCR-SIGXEU wouU resptfally in- WILL pay strict aad prompt attention to s>4.
ta s fair extent-th* sales in l Seated the mouth of the St Johns Rest lorida. Lack, once a wsck.Ladder Leave Vernon Friday at 6 aID; Office, anti scot by mail not by, nr to"t oi .$eat. I'I 1 f>ru Lu piiiHmi the public gtnerv *!- LUMBER. TIMBER COTTON aol .

t that time having amounted as near as w* were Tb. pUce baa been well knows fur many years, will state the distance and propose a Arrive at St. Andrew's Bay same day by 8 p m; and postmasters will wit en.-lu proposals ((3r tet | that tie has tokee tea f"re In the corner of(1nan other. Southern Produce
able Ua. to wine CWU 700 bales; prices mod a detailed description b therefore aDnecessar,. schedule departures aDd arrivals. Leave St. Andrew's Bay Saturday at 6 am; tent of any kind) ia their qoirterly nt jru I < inJ AliauntrafU, "np.i iite! Mr. Crc pos' ct 7-tf OLIVER ntOST.
f. the different qualities baring ranged as fa&Iuwg.- Upon, the principal Island there are upwards vf 6917 From Alligator; by Durham and Oiortee, Arrive Vermin same day by Spin; 13. The contracts are tu be\e.uteJaaJ retuni D, -rla'I"U-'a. where In h. jpesed, anj will ROYAL BOCLTEJL
PWridas frem 17 to 23 raMs; anlees, 22 to 23; 10(30( acres of high laad of which 400 SCTCI are ia I Ia III New River, 45 miles and back, once a week. 6949 From Milton by Coon Hill Nathansville, ed to the department by t>r before the I..w July, keep asnstantiy en heal, an A-v rttnent of Dry
CoonoonsUns aad Sea Island, 2Sto35; Middling stale of cultivation. The soil it fertile, and pro- Leave Alligator Friday at 6 a m; Ala, and Fort Crawford to Sparta 70 miles and 1355, but the service most be' coiumcooeJ ua the .. conipris.n.p oy thing n L" iies end tien- HEW ST03&
line Sea Islands 45 cents and upwarOs. daces excellent crops Cottoa aal Pro. It Arrive at New River same day by 10 p m back, one* a week. mail! day next alter that date, whether the cootra teuoeu! ,' wear whIch he offers en aj reasonable Produce Groceries & Pitmsions.VTILLER
Feb. 5. is also well adapted far the cultivation of SugarBesides Leave New River Saturday at 6 a in; Leave Milton Wednesday at 6 aID | -t be executed or not No pr pwiUoo for transfers terms M they cin be hit I in the citr .

COTTOX-During th. forepart of the day, the the high laaj, there is a large budy of Arrive at Alligator same day by 10 f nu Arrive at Sparta seat day by 6 p B ; will be considered until the SmtruUs are *se- Lgile also wilt carry on the Tain'ing! Cnsi- McCUEX bare rcivdaiVL > .1
demand of a ckarter but afterwards isiwsh land belonging to the Plantation easily susceptible 6318 From Alligator, by Suwaaaee Shoals, to Leav e Sparta Friday at to ami euted induefonn and receivcJ at the defruUueut ness as unl, enj sjliciti a share of the pablie entire new stock of -
Ueoia was animated quiet boMers realizing former of drainage aai high cultivation, or of being Blouut'i Ferrj, 36 miles and back, once a week. Arrive Milton next day by 6 P IDe ani then transfers will be allowed 8:11.1 patronage THOMAS AXDREtJ CHOICE FAMiLY GROCEIUESASD .
nrwc used for There is also Lease at 5 a u and sufficient reasons therefor are given, to L* January 20. 135-.1-
Tbe sales of the day footed nest 100 manuring purpose a Alligator Friday ; 6349 From Milton by East River and AUqua PROVISIONS
UlM from 6 1-2 iu9. vast amount of shells, from wbwh the bed lime Arrive at Uloont's Ferry same day by 6 p m; to Uc-bee Anna 89 billet and back one* a west. determined bv the department. ,
at prices ; could be obtained in sibundanc*. There N a comfortable Leave Ulctfnt's Ferry Saturday at 6 a n; Leave Milton Wednesday at 6 a m; 19 Postmasters lit offices on or nsir railroads, .1 I.H iiUIri nn i Segir altheirNewStoninScaeWNewBbek *n Bay
SaTAiNMit. Feb. 3.8CA llonse with all 6 but more than eighty ro-lj from a sutioa, will, street, which they will sQ for sash
Dwelling necessary outbuildings at Alligator same day by p m. Arrive at Ucbe Anna next Friday by 10 p B; 4 CO.1Ine cheap sstd. a
1SLAXDS.-Th* sales during the past and quarters fur 60 negroes. Tbe climate 6319 From Alligator, by White Springs Jasper, Leave Uehee Anna Saturday at 6 a m: immediately after the 10th of April next report BLACKWOOD just reeeired a fresh CASH OXLT. a'
of 330 bales at extremes and their exact distant fro. tbe nearest status and ,LIQUORS aDd SEG A F.s They will keep *a band ala 0 times
week amount to upwards is also p rfeetlynea.thy whiteaad LUiks Belleville, Jennings,Cherry Lake Hamburg, Arrive at Milton next Monday by 6 p a. rtanl R1t111' '
al3to33e nt Kocetpts of CHi week the bole The line 96 miles aDd bade a bow they aw otherwise supplied w.ti tU* mad, to at tbe.rolti on Bay street, and now offer to HAT CORN, FLOCB PORK
r ng grn> ming year of steamers Coon Clifton to MontLeUo one Bids for semi-weekly ""ice.m L* considered. their ruatomtrs .!.. BACXW.flAXS, .
US bales Exports 621 Wet.Exports Charleston pass twice a week thus, offering the week. 6850 From Pensaoola, by Blsksly, Ala, to Mobile enable the Postmaster General_to dirsU ntU- ___L_" ._ ..r._ai -".__an_."assortment L_ .L_ _at___any BCTTER CHEESE, StUARt -
; supply' fmm the let M July cexi. marKcv -5iC5Os;Ara CVHA vy uu ueotlAllull tenT acewn a &
oeai u.nponauoa anlA maresi&aCIlUj D..0. Leave Alligtor Monday at 2 p m; 57 nules and back daily. messenger "
20. Se.t-oa thj 13 of an act of Congress approved Wifl< by the hAt or bottle, Liquors by the de- for the WbOICIa1e.i" 'uor2S-tf t r.
scriber is most reluctantly COt by the state Arrive at Mooticello next Wednesday by 9 p a; Leave Pensaeola daily st 12 a t ( ,
of Cotton. toe dossa
that contract for the niiuba or zalloo, r try ia bottles.
of his health to part with limitation so valuable Leave Montioello Thursday at 6 a m; Arrive at Mobile next day by 6 a a) March 3, 1843, provides .
tn itself and of such Arrive nest by 1 m. 7 transportation of tae null shall be let, "> every WINES. The -
capable improvement This at Alligator Saturday p Leave Mobile daily l at a a j Xapella U. t
Sutwawnt Cotton skipped; daring the week byEMM is the sole reason whkh induce him to sell, for Bids for seut';weekly service will be considered. Arrive PensacoU Desttlay by' 21.2.. case, to the lowest bidder tendering sutEc.cut gu irantees Thetto-Jt II eompn-I or CIIA3IPATGN" MA. SL AItpItia-But J.1

*A Csaova,Jacksonville: his own experience has fully realized all his, 6320 From Orange Spring, by Morrison's Mills 6851 From Pensaeola to Warringtoa, 9 miles for faithful perforuun without other D1fR.A, SlJERR1. CLARET, PORT to.L1QUUR.4 S
Per ttoasner 6t Johns Savannah 23 bales. anticipations respecting "Fort George" For far and Fort Crane, to Mwonopy, 28 miles and Lack, and back daily. refereac to th*mode of such transportation than .L'' OW wader the Boaaagement*!Krs.STOLL.aoeomniodatioaeaa -
M 4' WeUka 35" may be necessary to provide for the du* celerity Oil corner, Ot arJ..I- rt.I.o.l AtUon> Cnrrcam be bad, apse appfieaeiot, -
thee particulars refemc ran be had to Dr J. II.Thompson. twice a week. Lear Pensaeola daily at 3 1-2 a a j Ihot. of -
and at certainty, and security of snch transportaUoa, Cugna Wtiie Brandy, ut(>1 Holland Goi anti bowd. 1,50 per day lor TRAKSIE3rr
May PortKill.. Rest Florida, or to Lear. Orange Springs Tuesday Friday Arriv at Warriagton same day by 6 1-2 a m; BOARDERS.
7 Under this law a new description of UL has been Schnapps, I.jurbnrl-t Monoa ihsls,Scotch an Irish Every atteatlaB, win be psJd to
himself Fort South Carolina.
at House. Motto 4am; Leave Warrington daily at a m; !
Arrivals liuffiiigton received. It does not specify a mode of conveyance Jamaica act Siat Coax Rum promote the comfort of guests sad extrtSea
Jaa21CUARLES R. THOMPSON. Arrive at Mieanopy same days by I p m; Arrive at PeaMeoIa same clay by 10Am. Whiskey Porter,. every
I nude to
bat engages to take the entire mail iuh trip Ale of.f. lIt bruaau! on JTift give ntisfactioa by the nbscriWr.
2 Cb'IDpiX'DoCiJer
Leave Micanopy Tuesday and Friday at p m ; 6352 From Ne w Orleans La,by Pensacola Fla, ,
Ysh.-J 11 Pool Del JI R adicr. Flaf HCiwty GEORGIA MILITARY Arrive at Orange Sprmgs same days by 10 p m.6S21 ApaUckacola ft Marks Cedar keys. Tampa and with celerity, certainty, and security, using tie Cordials, Bitter-, le4SE.AUS." VMy friends from the Korlh and Sovtt risiiwg -
S C J V. Flat J II law. These bib from the St. Augustine be pleased to hear '
"and lady ; ; Bryant to Ada and terms of the are styled may I bYe -
,From Ocala by Long Swamp s- Manatee, to Key West, 1,000; attes back twicea .
v. in which defeated: on the iJo..ktuClbe interested Myself for the saeeea of this BOBS
x. manner they are ad
INSTITUTE. dUe 30 miles and buck once a week. month, a steamboats. Of tha note t 'pn.YM LnaJs
Fla C Gibbs cIo F HWkitney "star 6iJ. *and they will b* nothing stall U wanting. -
Fk J-c. Baam'is 6 department, ut '
Leave Ocala Saturday at a m; Leave New Orleans the 10th anJ24thof li TOBACCO.
Boston; W W Feeler N Yj J V Painter, TilE Eighth Session of this Institution will 6 ejnstreed as providing fr.r the entire mail,Av irererlarge ,Dec3.tm Jl Eo CAnEXTRA.
the 20th of Arrive at Adauuville same day by p m; month; Yellow B vkk Fine Cut ia tin foil, James Rhrer,
. l'bli, DrIda Va; Dr F Morgan Ga om February. Leave Adamsvilto Fndjy 6 a m ; Arrive a Key West en tie 20th and 4th. and nhatettr may be tW made of eanry- Sun Cored sal a variety of the choicest brands.

-EDawaus6C.ESD.diatondF Academic StaC Arrive at o..sla same dy by 6 p m. Leave Key West on the lOlb and 24th of each alice necessary to insure itt "cdtrily.ctriiintynnd D.$11 FINE CAST STEEL 9AVH.TI7XLCH 4 -

W4PWCMoFIaSBraeJRMalsicc Cot A. V B rir, A. M,Superintendent andProfessor 6622 From AdamsviU. by Pine Borough and month; HrUrltf. & GRIFFimS Kxtra aawCastStosl -
A Od.n. B Q KU llerdag. K T; K XeDuffec Mathematics. Lake Griffin to Fort Butler, 50 miles and Lack Arrive at New Odeanf on the 20th and 4th. In all cases where the lowest:raJ" of service iaboLeved f. D. O tV Orenlar Saws of every sons, iaebsdia* -

O 2f Boysamn, lit W.bo, O.a; 8 Bums, U C Mcl Cap EAVCKL JOJTM U.8. A, Commandant of once a week.Leave .' -, to be suffi Jent, las lowest bid wilt be accepted il'e i'a New 1'uiIcinr J Saws for the Portable Saw JCIb, boa 42 B! V
>*nKC T B OeaJelia F1a 8 S WsoUtoa, 31 J; Professor of 3 L"STRrCTlO if guaranUejd in preference to***.tar"r inches m
Cadets a4 Engineering.Mr. Adwnsville Friday at p m; : duly JssckirnW, Pie.ca. diaBMtorMofrtker with Gasp, JCsJtrTh
BSSeett, 4e( J C Panekard do; A,Parsons W V IL Maxo&i Professor of French, History Arrive at Fort Butler next day by 7 p m; Farm eft proposal tthtrt ehoHgtfrom adaer- spesifte bM- Ps Mill C. c.tt I'asil ether -
.. f1a .AA. Leave Fort Butler Thursday st 8 a n>; Usei'c"t li vnttmplattd by Ms biddtr. When the lowest bid is not a star tiJ. and specIt's constantly rn hini a flu* meout4'imaeiit m celebrated Sews hays bees w eatoasi* -
Fkt*.3 E '.Oar KiM Wilwo K T; n. 12 Stat. of either mode or an inadequate icoJj uffixtry of W A TCll&.JEWELRY and FAX- use, at the North West the
,lr.f. Hcrr A.M, Professor of Chemistry Arrive at Adamsvilta next day Vy so.S323 1.oC-,county of -. a. last -,-.. pears ..
A D Lvfc. Va; J WIa_. N Y; J W Hirknaa and Eaglisk LiUraiure. From Augusta to lloowsass, 1Z uules and _.propose to convey to* mails from July I, *&., *t will not b* accepted, Uu set -asids for CY GOODS, which be flfen for sate cheap andaneonsideradbyeMpetMlJadMS tk* ,bees

'F1a S CtrasMS, Boston L C ,; J W LwJBRntksFU > Mr.J. B. GOOBWIS Profamnr Drawing. back twice a week. 1855 to Jan 30, 1859 on romteXo,-.truss a rpwifie Lid proposing the necessary ."- forrxih.JSTSirafcAg. "
; Y- ; J F Wiggs, SO Dodge, CapL W.T.BLACK AstisUat Professor Mataematics. Leave Augusta. Wednesday and Saturday at 8 &e-' agrabU to th*advertisement When th. bid does nut specify a mod of coaveyanee Repaired and Itamnted.m. Manuf cUr l by ._ for sal* at.tlirwarefaMs

1t'T&C: aID; ,, of tk. Postaastor General, dated January 12, also when U propose* to carry "aooori.ng to *-Sa O CEff-st, S"..rerL._ .
W WaBams Va; A J MiD r, Fla, Cadet R.8 CUP, AssisUat Teacher. Arrive at Ilomosassa same days by 12 m; 1855 aad foUowing aod of eonveyaBc" ix; i the advertisement, _,bat without suck pcifi.-auon "? irctbe, __ RLrzIuc;, .., ; _
t .<. .Tro1. 1 Davis S C. .Dear. Leave UotnosssM Wednesday aDd fatarday. at foe the.w.of I it will be considered as a proposal for hursetsoekservice. WATCH MAKER AND JEWELRY. 1 J'IacI1a,. Findlays lrea.wor,Maeesi Gee -
,..7-Miss 8 CSaandn, Bit 8 Bryant Fla of Trustees. I doOarsTkis I whore Saws for the PortaUt IQU .
2a- t\ man bbtaissd.
e."--u. U 8Md1.. Flaj JEBntman, Ga ; DAVID -IRtOlf. PretUcBkCiAautsJ I t'pArrivrfatAugnstosamedsyibyBpia. proposal i is aad- with knowledge of the 21. A modlScation of a bid la any of lu cameriaitermaistantsciounttoanowbki.auf ((11&IJAVIXQ 1'te scorn a4ji,retained froa* Pottpct.Europe,.)agaia, Fairbanks* Co, JacksonvUW Fla. '_ .

C _c. Tub bs..i, D..sruzs U V "iUiaaa Va. McDoiALB M. Mrtas, From Melead*, by Cedar Tree, to Fort distance of.route tile weight.f the mail to be snnot begs' le \. to offer his tenices to bU oil Albert Le" *1.Agt Vnion.DazlasG. 4
S-C Gees GIIGalpia"JCad.tJ.ekrE lUQDu.. A. N. Sussex, I Dad*.'21 miles aad back ano a week, carried and all etfcw particulars in reference to the be received so as to interfere with regular voarpetition sleuth and the public gonceslire. With aw Bradley A Cites, Tanaaa .. .,'. #
Jade*LMMMUT, Tamp Bay Lewis Drysdak, WILUAX UABJUS, Jtrfa* V. > ifF* Lear Melendei Saturday at 1 p m 4 restS and service*, and also after fun examination ,sAer.list bour set for receiving b.a4s- for the Lust iwestyn I H-Mitcbct 1& -- -
Eo ? .AagustJbn U CarpecUr. Matna. A.V. B CMST W.. Boor I to be careful not to certify experience yean, M a : Iraa\Terbv_,, .
sttcb.JIoth. PostBiMtors an
,. Arrive at Fort Dade same day ty 8 P a J if the instrnrtioM Sjnd rtlqulmDoDt 22. Watchmaker M hopes ta> gis. cadre satkfjctiosi : .
DAVIS Do.*, Davis Aa e Li ve Fort Dade Saturday st 5 am; advertisesKBt tk* suficieney
q. : J : Marine Intelligence.AUIKVLU. .Anu..1.Dula. Secretary. Arrive Melendei. same day by 12 m.6S2S Da.L (Signed) knowing that they are persons of so clent responsiUlUy workusetilike .
,1 Tema.Taitiom. I Fwn pieroenlle ky"gprmgfteld, to Ray h T.rmqfatloa'v.atu.Tb. land all bidders, guarantors soil sar Ces i"r Clocka, and Jtvatry T plre4 at Cee4 GrsearIe,.. .
1ortfJackpusy1iie. Washing. FuV Kgbia/Hat Por 15 miles and back once a week. onOwsigned, ruiclia&-at-.Stat. ef are distinctly notified that on failure to enter into the shortest!AK" July 6-tf TIIE'S."bet'-.IoZ. B. Bsvtil us
sad all other eontiageat .1,.pee session of Leave Pwrcevffle Satardsr,at 6am ; .widerbtk.. that'sf tie loregetsg bid for or perform tk eonlracts for tk. scream propj a fall saorl.
-#-- I 12 tkesaaUw rests .- beacceptod ell for ia the accepted bids tltaur legal lU ..UUe 1 US? IICCEIVCU, by Bark CAK5IOLA meat of
fir*montbf. fa advance, till 60. Arrive at Bay Port same day ky m t carrying family GneeriM wkkk ke wSB sH low
: 7.b2 ar. Lvowtla, Berk New Trk It smsy-U .proper to state, ia relation to the I IeaveBayPoctSatrdayst loss) tr the Postssastar General the bidderskaH, prior will enforced against town. ,. .> from New Turk, tor cask -
M *. HSSJSBJS, B 1es'l Bastoa, new Csssmsnilsiif. Captain Jones that he has so. Arrive at Pierce vifls saute day by 7 p m. Ie the lit day ell July, 1855 or as anon'th.rest -se 23.,Tk contracts will b* sabstantuliy 'ia tb* niRAM 3ITlI"F1.0VRIab&aadb11t4s.- JI*kas lID- kaau at all times) asrartatent *f
a Brit. River toLeeg ; eater late tk. repaired obligatMO to forums heretofore ascii m this departmei4sxcejf MESS PORK.BCTTER good whiek win k
p. .I Sckr. Britisk Empire raacWd.AaU- e.w tW ppoiatoM,and wifl lie be m* ths 6326 J'1VIanCrJital umayb BUallliliM' sold at Lbs wstk -
_ Islands ,: pester 411 the Cussion. Us graduated at West I Pond 49 mUes and back,.,a week. pr5irso the service propuwd, with good sad soffi- Is tn*J'eIIiJ particularly in- CHEESE, sad LARD,' pries'. Customers will always meet _an soemmodatinggiotlmes.Iathe -
rua Leave llocBOsajsa Friday at 2 sst atne J east us aU ruilr'isl aadateainbo*$routes ECCKWHEAT FLOfJB. $isboteuuutbags, peruofM&Gss'p
r-w.La that InsUtation frees I p .
AI .c.u.siaBaliccN.Z and
ISCt tMgktin
: 1861 to 18Sf. II. ee..e wltb she t.i bt rsoa.es4.aUeee Arrive at long Pond next day br 0 p ma"| .;; M jtk Af.Rksnit1.itietb. ebliga.aassaswd tk*eontrmctors will ke requlrsd to deliver Use mail CRAMBEKRIE3 PItIED PEAChESGIN.. .wh kaskarg oftksstsblkisjmsat '. _
I CLPAhItD.Feb. I. by *rantor under Into tile port offlce at Ute ends *fv the routes and PRESERVKt PICKLED LOBSTERS
from ta. eOeersef lbs tilted ftotoa Leave Leeg rov4.Xbersdy at 6. sBj tI aa41iaLII _g Glut dev2-6ax JXa V.'&-.
.: & arsi CaruIia& Brown Sawasna). MilitaryAcsdsay,. I Arrive at iTowmssa next dsy ky Ila.jjtezt.adtoc1sy3ssob.gwiUb..oceiJerad., theZ7th ctkmdtbseciciCongreasofJs1y1taJ&Dat.4 Into all tk* atonMdiat post offices not more than BLAKrS FTRB-PRSOF PAINT I'
rods ftoa tk* railroad.landing. HYDROLE1KEMEST; '
eighty c.1J ii
1"t : .
,:" 1 Brig Indnstry, kisrr, Barb-do ne.u a. ? sodas sad : :CS"ciae4't $ !t. Present contractors; and persons known at 'REEKING FLUID, uJ a laD tvpprjrbtWAISTS BkesasHa6.ims _
G9Z7 Front to ItMatoe 4 -
.yJ.IskaUappfyto deal
7.X_ ;. gassa*. msm toenapUto at ones Ike Laltratory fcefld- prvparatWii warranUd IO_
with '
: ,'. .rM4.to it kak".... jr5,51 ".c.n : tke 4.Peflsoestmst'equally ,proem ,OILS sal VARNiSh, ." _
.kare nmniiii up Islisas and finish Ute Iare Tampa Tkarsday at n a.tAnivs TksmlsrsigMd 'postalartarof" yStatoof furaaiors sadesrti1ca&ssoftbeirswney suVrtanttafly ,And for ato by -MILLER 4 McCTCS,' Jt lju-'ssa, pavfe,r H ad,)icJ .'. _
for "ipfrr4
DTIVE.MOYTU3iLt.rdMs adstL ene and LAMinateS next day by 12 all _Zertinseadst bis suLk*t oBc*. that ke a t bs forms above prescnbeO. TocukfaVntos c 16tt.Soraon'. Xew.Bail. f I des'Sprains tl .8bsuhiIer, Ug. Baekt Busswa'- .
SIX tke t.kirtl Msnsio rriUl,11I klg4.4wdbtbsabere, paraatnn u4 of sefietoncy must k*signed by a postmat.tcraton -- ,C. Notia. F.iB,a, SUusv Joint and B* kJssat, rTniisni.Wind. -
p.4e11r1actuiMr partnr
_: .cCFaubat w Ute..1 sI'as. lakvuimiooeaa HUla Leave PPit7sR4bZS4* lS of tk*pisces before named, or a jud eof. .Gall*, BJnBonSlrk>fHanl8w .
.f.tua damrg. el, a wpy' Esplatlues by ..8. ..LrIeetTsopsau day by6pa. daaIa.f .eesmtofrwe'd. BBnfgaeJ aar* entered into a Copartcj.j..,Creck 4 u.cr.-TIanIh NI EYiI.aaa.
.. cc Jabs 1MeNU- w 557 mb.r4IJtW fit. ...e ,5 'rMI Taapa"Oldlap*.jJa30'n.ile.. &lMir .hlp.for 1M rndiee.t Law J
.. = week.XsMeJtasmpa ., i'tatas.enattbe cads of rowtos on wkickthcy 1 I Old Soros. 8trabMSstUtosn4Buss js sletk v ____
: aaseeat/ FU. J.RAZL&ssjy. ad hart ones a nod ef McQCEEXilcIXTOSH, f JriaU Xs argesseat ef tke Back.asjd as)dsv
Lbs snadcqvstsvwiUwVigatb
), think present oavyanot
-- at 8 a __ FRANCIS t. WIIEATONJaoLhnviiie
18SS 4t. Monday BJArrirs !
v"'T OeC..Q.f M rietta; fla,Jan.; : ; i -
SPICKRCBJUD .*bAasclcec7of.O.araah.Msdby ., *aaU ucla trip far sta ssnucsstv } ssasss na, wkjek ar* essoS4bJ'J4IS t -
..i/ 1c..1'. .2d '61.: "\'J JAoxYitLMi&IlUN6. at Old Taawk Bay""T*T f 9j ., aJdp a..m ttl w..weekly reetoa,sad tkree weeks ss-stbe, .. It l4.tiBGE.WLL -- I the XuWF.l Jirdiftru us 'IP'F _
>a.OU TaapaisTy Tw-d*, -t a 85 SSusinta.e..as4a..kziIbeSteL.rrLo6.ThAp.stasotessofmme ." t1Ie&OIJaA "l ? to' Ag.rt,-< riag TOT IT. -j _
1. pII.aeStsNJbe ay sop
wan :".a'I rusH .TOE STBSOUBEsl offers tor: tw Ms ATTIeeSSTapsras4aVbFlP- ". ) .
: | J CI.II.PJU"LL"I'w" \JT'atmoe frow U. Qry. r- 'Teb6Wd, .uv.! !:!. ;
.F **|. :flAM4_.., krVbr7 J.i s-s.. 7,b.aid7rcClenstd .t eM9 r,:...Store le Ick- I ftaeStnI7 1 ,aJ.l'Dlf Z'1- ,1f 1
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BT mR :t. ; -v V' Synodical i College; "- ;AJacksonrille.: & I I-S ,.THR SUBSCBJBER'S'OLD V .
- mDR01tAmm. IrpV "AW V _ STAND having beta estirtly destroyed ''GALPIN '
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bt has removed to 142 MtetuJg-tt. HOUSE
MACHINE by fire, '
1 corner of Went worth, the stead formerly occupiedby ,O. M. ALPlNf,.PROPRIETOR'Mlddltburg '

Oork Solos' GRIFFIN GEORGIA.- V rpHE Subscribers, .havbg'made sxtenrivt and W. J.GAYER,where be continues his businessin JZo
a. -'U1f1rAC'TVu. aT axtreisttof tbtslostitatioa will bo V resum JL 'valuabliiniprovesnentl in their tsUblishnjent -. all Its branches' Ut won band alarg* assort ,
HARCOURT, BRADLEY & CO THE troth.SECOND MONDAY JANUA- are now prepared to fnralsh .V meat of first dam VEHICLES */aU dttcriptioM. l'rl1'"OJrat RITZ,

"44 Uarket-St lIuebeter.hwi.MZ.Wcarwtuc.I02 V BY next, under tht eontiaeed direction of V Steam Engines of any.repaired power, from torn* cbofct FAMILY CAll.1l1A.GB3.hi1t.ax" BLACK CREEKiTnE.TlOrSE
100 borces V V for his Country Ctutorntrt,all tf which bo .
Wood-Strtttr CheapMb its able President Rev.CHARLM P.B.MARTIX, 1 to prtssry
LnKtaOt"England American Litabliihtacts who will be aided by aa experienced and competent Saw Mills; will SELL CHEAP FOR CASH or City aecep. Is, a Try:commodion* ou.

,* Awr-Srecl 4- 1C2 JV'arpu .-Slrcct.. .ewY.rk.U.S. Faculty of Processors and Teachers in the various supr"Mlli.f V tame LEONARD CHAPINn ajid.can, accommodate forty' or flA"
V departments. A most thorough and tzteo- Horse Powers; fOrdeTSP'011'iY Il.JfIl.UlIfuIJ1I.PW- persons, I( Is located on a':nm: n...
JJydromactn ls:. valuable discovery for ded course of education, solid and ornamental is V Grist Mills V li lesion,S. C., Nor. -in V .t.ollDdlwith J'ISlf hd the "'II1kf1ll' ,

JL protecting tht feet from damp or cold, mudtbtrtfort afforded by this Institution. and all other machinery nsed in this country ;, Gilbert "; teems witIr GAME;afoedlng yset &UnCI'-
a prtvenUtive of i many Lung disease, Application for admission eaa be made to the Iron and Brass Castings. V S. & E. M. ,. V SPOR7Wy.V

nMtvtiny doctoring vtiolettr. The HydromagenIs President or to the Rev Wra.J. Keith, Secretaryto lr Steamboat, Saw Mill, and other repairing MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS No pain win U spared to render tbott wbs &,

)a Lb. form of a sole,and worn inside the boot or the Board of Trustees. Tb. high character of at short notice. l_ in all descriptions of CAR '"J him wftlea cmfortablo said .' .
hoe. "lu medicated character ii a powerful anilott this Seminary of learning, the healthfulness of its W All machincjy purchased from us win lie V BIAGES, at Not. 35 and 40 Went HORSES and CARRIAGES win bt ianadla.i.JtP,

to disease. location and the morality and intelligence of the put in operation in any part of the ,feUte/ by vorth.Street, and No.7 llayne Strut Charleston. to convey Travellers in the Inteiior. aos2l3.
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For Gentlemen it wE b. found ajreeAble,warm community in whkh it is located, all commend i competent machinists, when desired, and upon Our. Stock is extensive one, and purchasers
and healthy wear in the ooldcM or ralniwt! weath- to the liberal patronage of the people of the Stat. reasonable terms. 0 are respectfully requested to call OB as, u we can MAGNOLIA HOUSE.
.r, at UK not eatnot become wet the nydromsgenIs By order of the Board: Drawings and Estimates fnrnismed, without offer great inducements in style and prices} and '
inserted. Ladies may wear the latest soled Iec23-lm WM. J. KEITH Soc'y.PROVISION'S charge. MOONEY A GOOKIN, any articles bought at our establishment are war aT, CC7IXF J "*.
boots or short ia the most Inclement weather with &c. July g-tf Founders and Machinists. ranted in every respect. July 8-tf TillS establishment bat b tn thewovgbuynee
L nted
during the
Impunity while Consumption to prevalent among p" nm.v.pet.
tJ.JODI of our country, may be thwarted by JUST received by brig G. L..Duckman from mON WORKS. Cariage & Harness Depository. throoghout, .leaned. 4c, and Ie'BOW ready"
BRIGS 4 Co Invalids
their central adopt Ve. They entirely ntpertedefnrStott York- Y'FLORIDA .n, Families Transient Boardtrs. &e 1.
a* the latter tuo the feet to perspire 30 barrels Mess Pork, Flti. :ah AT THE WHITE HOUSE the future Mrs STOLL will have the ..pariateae
and beside 20 Hiram Smith's Flour, now prepared to execute promptlp orders Sooth-West Corner of deDre. lira. D.\1$. her predeeenor. .
W a Very unhealthy manner; *, are not ARE : .
daagtrons wear to pedestrian in icy weather like The House 25 half barrels Hiram Smith's Flonr. St .m Engines! Saw Mills Sugar Mills MEETING and WESTWORTH STREETS, thanks for the liberal patronage beritofon mtiv.e .
ladia rubber. While tho latter cause the feet to "Buffington tierces Sugar Cured Hams new, and Pans, Grist Mills Horse Powers Iron and Charleston, S. C. regrets parting with old assodatieas oft aeceitt

appear extremely large, the llydromagcn, being 2 hogsheads Bacon Sides aDd Shoulders, Brass Castings, and every variety of Machinery. CARRIAGES of every description,at the lowest of family duties, and solicits a eonUaaaaee tf past

a BUM Ihin slice of cork prepared peculiarly pla- 14 firkins Goohen Butter Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill prices always on hand and no article sold except favor under the present m&D& JDea'n.. prt-

ted inside, doca not increase the size of the boat or 12 boxes Cheese, Steamboat, and other repairing. such as can be warranted in the fullest term, by pricier will use every exertion with theo -V-tt
earns*the foot to appear anti.J,. To Children they Jno11.aon.vl.11e. F1or.:1d., 2 tierces Leaf Lard, They will continue the manufactureand keep July 8-tf M. II. NATHAN. (the present hostess to dve general -..
6 kegs II constantly on band, their variety of Plows, Timber No debts liabilities will be
valuable as they in paid by ttor pmrto
t.jsmss an extremely with coinfirt anlhenltby may effect engage TheirS THIS well known HOUSE, situated on the corner of Ncwnanand 6 half barrels Fulton Market Btof Carts, Chains, Ac, to which they respectfully invite THE PAVILION HOTEL, unless his written or verbal order. The hoe

zpenst U to slight as to ecarce need mention; be- Adams streets within few I'ods of the Post Office and No. 1 Mackerel in barrels and kits patronage. _July 8-ly ItlT't1&-"* corner Netting 4" Ha,el- U. !I is desirably situated,the
Ides tboFt who patronize them will find theiryear- Salmon in kits, V Jacksonville Ulacksmlthlnt;, CHARLESTON, S. C. Rooms airy, clean and neatness Itself
,11<1.,'.bin muck diminished Cureby.As near to the Steam Boat landings, and most convenient to the 20 sacks Liverpool Ground Salt. S ASDMACHINE Tht undersigned! begs respectfully to inform Isle tarnished handsomely notlilnr
I cask Dried
the Ilydromagen b almost becoming incredible more known extent.lit Churches has just received a new COAT and has been renovatedfrom B barrels Apples Apples, V SHOP, numerous friends and the traveling public generally Being entirely built wanting.of wood which
ale U increasing to an that the renders H
fire the
notwithstanding recent at,
At the Stand
former Sedgwick.
Buckwheat Floor in sacks mid boxes and a
Last year in London Manchester, Birminghim to bottom with convenience is now in perfect V rear of his premises, ht I U. as usual, preparel to free from dampness. The rooms connected by F.4-
top and Groceries of all
every full assortment of Provisions
Liverpool,Glasgow,Leeds Dublin,Paris,Antwerp T7URNIS11ES Ploughs of all kinds Timber Car- offer the best accommodations to all who favor ding doors wbu-b Fire places aDd blinds to window
Hambarga, and Berlin our sties reached 1,732- order. The Table will be under the superintendance of an experienced kinds, and for salt II,. 1? riage, Cam, Chains for Mills Mill work of him with their patronage the house and may furniture opening through to tbt Piazza which affords a I.
450 pairs of corks Soles This year the number otherin January 6, 1835. MILLER 4 MCCUEN.VV all kind, Sugar Mills, Ac baring been thoroughly cleaned and renovated li-htful promenade of 300 feet and protects the
that Housekeeper and shall not be surpassed by any attention to Steam Boat and house from cold winds
will for surpass 0 ptfl'urticular paid He, also returns his sincere thanks for the liberal rain ,Ac,and forms a dtsir-
e Ask-tb FWwlty their opinion of their ralne asa this climate. The Proprietor has determined that his exer Lone Star Restaurant. Saw Mill reparing. Wheel wrighting dont at shortest support he ha received and pledge. himself to able Retreat from confinement at all seasons tfth
prtventaUvt for COmaS COLD BRONCHITIS, *C* notice. &fT All orders left at the store of S. year. The House is situated in a central pestle
no exertions to deserve continuance
ASTBHA, and CoKSCMrtioi. tions to merit the patronage which shall be bestowed upon him, N. Williams will be promptly attended to. spare of the expense or that has been facing the South and retired from other boostt.
V MEX'I Size, pr. pair, 3: CESTS. "THE. UNDERSIGNED would Inform the ciiiS aug 19-tf_J. A. FARJIAR. patronage so largely extended It contains 45 rooms and conveniences genies,
shall be without regard to trouble or of Jacksonville and _. towards him.
LADIES' do. do 30 do. expense.A sens vicigitv, that be and for accommodation cannot It snrpssstd
Dors' A MISSES' do 25 do. LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House with good has fitted np the rooms formerly occupied by To the Pu.b1.1.o Nov. 19 V 5 H. L, BTJTTERFIELD. dee. 23-2m B._E. CARL _
: oTtn.-From tho Retail Prices wt make a tM Republican office, as a RESTAURANT, in a
very liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House rtyle which he thinks will give general satild'l\Ction. 'T'HE UNDERSIGNED, successors to HEnT Wholesale Tin-Ware Factory. iTlbA5t&H i3 i1 JI
to that storekeeper may make a fine profit on It will be his aim to furnish the choicest'ofWINES, JL TIXASCS, ,No. 3, lIolmcs' Duildi g, Lavt,in G. U. YERONEE & BRO.. *P ,
their silt, while they are an article they may be soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. LIQUORS and SEGAR3, and unexceptionable store aad for sale, Wholesale Dealers in PA LAI K A, E. FLA.

k.ptII any store, among any class cf goods Oct. 21 1854-Gin S. BUFFINGTON. OYSTER and GAME SUPPERS. In short, to A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OFMERCHANDIZE PLATA AXD JAPAXED TIN WARE, THIS new and pleasant Establishment rtctitl-
*- rot terms, apnlv to girt complete satisfaction to his patroM. this method of informing their friends up for the accommodation of tbt Tratveling
V llARCOrBT, BRADLEY C0n *.* Republican copyWATCHES A couple of fine BILLIARD TABLES,will TAKE customers that they hue recently made Public, and unsurpassed by any tat hither

39 Ann Street, New-".. soon be added to his establishment. Cuaisting of Dry Goads, Groceries, Provisions, large additions to their machinery, and are now to e established is now open for the rtrtpUos

rTIlE CHEST. $ -- dcc23-tf JOHN WHEELER. Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware, prepared to execute all orders in the above line Boarders superintended Ly Airs. If. Zawslsky
JEWELEY SILVER WARE --- Hats and Cap, Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, and a with neatness and tiicpatch. Our Wares.are all whose earnest care will be to pleast aU Sad every
sin ASTLDY COOPER BAH IM.D. NEW AND CHOICE GROCERIES. large assortment of Books and Stationery, and all warranted not to leak and to be of the best work. ont who will call in. Tht public patronegt respectfully
the eminent Medical Practitioner, has lea a undersigned have just received an other articles suited to tho trade; to which they mnnship. solicited. S. GLLN3KI.
valaablt lejpcy to the world in his AN D TIlE new Stock of PROVISIONS invite the attention of the public, and ask them to Terms made accommodating, and Country orders sep 2J-Cm
Great 1'rcvcutatlvc of Consumption, call and examine their stock before purchasing promptly attended to V

AXD Goods. any choice FAMILY GROCERIES, comprising elsewhere, as they flatter themselves that they Also Country Roofing and Guttering dona with PlbAm B aai'E&

.TJXFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY Fancy the following articles: can sell as low as any one else, for cash or country dispatch. : .
V DISEASES, Ham, Beans, Coffee pro ll1ce. 63 STATE STREET,near the Market. THE l"lduillrd VU > *:|VWj S c.

V without the use of Medicine. Bacon Sides, Corn Btuei blue A white, T. II. BURTON. | M. W. GRAVES: nor. 18-6m Charleston. S. C. T torn his: fninds aid the wouM Ptllic rerrfetr.Ul ?-

S fir A.C, Dart. inrented and advised the use GEORGlfFLAGG Shoulders, Flour, Soap rv's.. -1\I. W.CRATES would respectfullyinform Le has leased that extensive and wen gereiallytbat knows
of the Mess Pork, Meal Pepper, the public that he still continues the Fraser & Thompson, tablishment the PLAXTEP.S IIOTEL es

VEDTCA TED FUK CUES TPR 0 TEC TOR Jackson.v:11.1o. Eaa1i F1or.:1d.B FultonMarketFlonr, Butter, Ppices, DAGUERREAX BUSINESS, FACTORS AND now ready for the reception of vIsitor ,Its and eligi is -

TO all persons of all ages and cmiJitons, as a Mackerel Cheese, Ginger door west of Dr. II. D. Holland's residence. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ble location, being convenient to all the buiatss
that Irish one
certain and a safe shield .gain4 consumption WOtLD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, Potatoes Lari Nutmeg, localities, will commend it to thoM who
Bronchitis V Aethms Cough Cold and other afflic- ( he has again opened at his old stand, Pilot Bread, Onion, Cloves, Jacksonville, July 8, lSj4. Adder's North Wharf city on business, snd no exertions visit tM
or win
ions or the Lungs which arise (into the exposed I Sugar Crackers, Grits, Cinanmn, Charleston, S. C.ratn's be the expense
spared by Proprietor to
tate of the chest according lofat'iion, and the SUMERS' BLOCK Dutter"" Teas Toilet Soap, The People's Clothing, : E. TBASEB V | FACT. s. THOMPSOS fort sad convenience of his guests promote and render the toss bis
continual changes of our climate. with a lane anti well elected stock of Sugar, CuufeUionary. AltO how, in every, worthy of the public patrtatg
The Protector"is simply a t-hsmieally prepared I Soda DRY GOODS STORE. Copartnersblp Notice. and lIe is
support. pleased to add that bt baa
far, lined with silk and pad.led, which, snpen.led ttM 8 "E\t5 i12 SHBtW W FRUITS. 'T'HE undersigned have this day formed a Co secured the services Book
t as
keeper, of ilr.J. W.
At the of the GIANTS RED
( sign CAP)
in areetble JL
from the nock, covers the che:, so a AND s V GREEN AND DRIED. partnership under the firm of MATTHIES* Larakin co long IUd favorably known to the
manner that,once worn, it becomes a nuuitynnJ FANCY G-OODa: Apples Oranges Bananas, PUntans, Nuts of all J MODE returns thanks to his friends and citi- A O'llAttA, and will continue the Wholesale and community of this and the adjacent Stats.tnveiling

a comfort.'Tw Protector. although but renntly introJu- to which Attention of the Public: is invited. Getting my Cowls direct from the kinds As, .. for s past acne favors Jacksonville bestowed on andsurronndingconntry him, and solicits con CLOTHING f TAILORING- Retail BUSINESS. July 8-3ra G. W. BOUAK.

ce'! into America is making rapid progress through New York }ManuCicturers I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as WINES AND LIQUORS itnnanoe of the same. As he has now entered into at the corner of East Bay and Queen streets.
iht CAlLed States the C.uud.13, South America, regards style and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. of all kind,Segars Porterand of choice brands. eopartnership with his.brother Savannah the diaries, S. C. MAGNOLIA hOTEL,

and the West Indies. It hu for a long timo i Amon my assortment may be found The undersigned intend to keep a full supply always business will be carried on.mo re extensively,under WM. MATTHIESSEN, On the St. Johns Hirer,
been a staple article in EngUnl and on the conti. on hand, and for that purpose are receiving the style and firm of July, '54. WM. P. 0'11ARA.Fif" .
cent of Europe, while it his grown in many coun- WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT D,,, NAPKIN fresh good from Charleston by steamers semiweekly. A. & J. MODE; SranufecttnEsLabfliment, 36 Pratt, '!DrR CHARGE or Cjirr. O. J. )naT.
tries to the position of an article of dress \"EM. RINGS CHILDREN'S SETTS, Ac, Ac. I Ibe patronage of the public is respectfully Wholesale and Retail Dealers In itrett New fort under tht HIS is a new House recently opened for Ut accommodation
To demonstrate thee fi-sts enquire of any English FINE, GOLD PATENT L (full jewelcJ.. ) Constantly on band and made to ortlertrompurs solicited: at the stand lately occupied by Morris J MATTHIESSEX., tuperintendantf-2am-2m f of l>ard..and visitors from tile
and Good (aug
DETACHED Clothing Dry >rth
resident in jour vicinity of his knowledge coin, and warranted during eusueing and future seasons.
the UncC.Ul cJT-s-U of weinag the PrjteUor, LAPIXES tf JOHN WOODWARD, and our fricol* will IDol at all times a large and Notice. It l stunted immediately on Lbs gL Job.'dUYer.
wrtaocT BECOCBSC TO DOCTO luxe of any kint Tho (with A without hunting ease's: ) CUTLERY Ba'- lrect. I complete Stock too numerous to mention. For CO-PARTNERSHIP, under the firm of about 25 miles from Jacksonville and a short dit-
cost of wearing these articles is a mere trio, and I I SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do. quality am l rtaaoaablo prices please call and convince THE PICKNEY i CO, is this day dissol tame from the mouth of Black Creek and fa aattl
From the celebrated otGeo. Weston- Groceries Ac
No who values! tho'' DETACHED do. do. Manufactory yourselves on Bay street Col Sam- vet The f.i"oraM.lonted and ffUed
tot will list some years. one ,opposite settlement of its affairs, by mutual conveniently tp for Ut Vpurpose
health of h'.msetf; cr his iinily will bo without i iUteta. LAPINE5, d<. do. holm i Son, consitinj of THE subscriber, having purchased the stock of mis' Lot, where you will find the same GiAn 's Red agreement, dc\olrrson WILLIAM M. TUNNO, mentioned. Arrangements an madt for
The U"iiitoU in this country are not alone II From good makers which will bo warrantoJ POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS cs of Mr. S. N. Williams respectfully V to whom all persons having demands or being indebted the aceommOltatiw or.uf, boarders and already
goad time keep RAZORS Ac. solicits the patronage of the public. He will always 1& visitors bare
rouommen lie; tue.a butr.ijnJly intro luingtliem.Harcuurt TUB LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.Will are referred. numerous availed themsttvtsof location
hand full and
BraJly .t O,)., of lymljn, eel MinJiesj j JEWELRY.Consiwinjj FANCY GOODS keep FAMILY on a GROCERIES supply fresh Stockof bo sold or given away, the entire Stock of WILLIAM M.TUNNO.K. at the"Magnolia." The Home itco vt.ita4to
entru't d with the I a fine Mioera.1 Spring and boats.
ter, EIIlandere ongin-Uly j Q. PINCKNEY Ja. ar.
which ho will pomp
manufacture of the PrutoOorf, by tile lamented I I'Dr. of Snch as CORALS, PORTE MONIES, ACCORDIONS will bo sell! on reasonable terms. My Stock Dry Goods and Clothing. Charleston,Anjast 31St,1834.. kept for the purpose itlgoing thither. Tbtpievn.
continue ft mannt ictnre according GOLD GUARDS, FOF..XP VEST CHAINS. PERFUMERY LUBINS' AND constantly replenished by new arrivals wish I Irr respectfully invites and
V Cooper, eel I ; from the North. The present occupants to dispose of their en- i Sept. Jp strangers dtiitnt to
t)kit original msJiruUaor und therefore recommend CHATELAINS, LOCKEfo, BRACELETS, OTHER EXTRACTS. FANCY SOAPS, }ee.2-31.. JOHN tiro Stock in order to be ready for the new Brick drop in" or sojourn at tbo Magnolia Boise w wmttr -
S. TOWN3END."iYlio I
tho.e who would wear "Ihe Protectors to PENCILS, CHO'SL5, KEYS SEALS PAPIER-MACUEE, JEWEL CA Store soon to be erected 00 Bay street and make The Subscriber. or summer,and tbni afford him an opportunity
ct to their bcng gcnuino.RCMCXBE& I DIAMO.V RINGS, REdAUD Do. SES, ROSEWOOD WORK Khali these Hoots Displace I" I room for the new stock which they intend to bringon I Cont innes th,bu'inew heretofore carried coder devoting that attention to their comfort which it
Tilts is A STABLE AZTICLE, AXD roPI.IXXT GOLD THIMBLE, SLEEVKAND BOXES PORTABLE THE UNDERSIGNED have opened a and in a. further improvement of styles to invite :. the name of TUNNO. PINCKNEY t CO, will give bimMlf and the able sopcrinteadta tmnctrpleasart +
MEBICIXE.KETAIL. COLLOll BUTTONS \\VRlTIFG DESKRETICULES ? I shop for tho manufacture of BOOTS and ; eu,tomc". and tenders to his friends the renewal of bin ser to :.
PHICES. STUDS CUFF PINS, FANS, C'O''S'. SHOES, on the corner of Newnan and For- The liberal patronage J. M. has received ng !, ce* WILLIAM TUJiNO, July 7 J. A. SClUfEXLIX.,
.6exT' SIZE, *!1,50 eacl1LXDIC BROOCHES, EAR RINGS, BRUSHES, THERMOMETERS eyth streets next door to store formerly occupied : tbo time he has been in business in this city, hits I Sept 1 2f3NEUFFER J
do.--- 1,00 do. GOLD SPECTACLES EYE GLASSES. ; CHILDREN'S' by J. B. HuwcIL! They have received a new supply disposed him to dispose of whatever he has on C:1. nng : SPr12ic
Hois' i Mis-its ,.. 75 do. PLAIN AND SI.'TT RINGNS, TOYS..TE \ DELLS, materials, and in tbo qualify' ;ani stylaof hand, at.prices that cannot fail to produce a smilo IIENDRIX Co. HOTEL
HAUCOUET,BIUDLEY 4 CO., CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS Ac. Together with.various otherVarticles too numerous manufactures[ have no dnubtppleaslng the I of pleasure from his customers and thereby ror COMMISSION MERCHANTS, .
33 An Suet* i 102 X ssia Street SILVER WARE. to mention. I I, public, whom'e now ask to give us a trial. ciprocnto tie! fateof the public. lIe has determined for the sale of TDE pnblks are informed that the abort fttUl
Xcw-Vork 0. s. N. B.-CLOCKS,WATCHES, and JEWELRY, .I dcc23-2m BACKMAM & MARCHER. that the moat fastidiousshall not leave him Flour, Grain and Produce Generally been leased from Dr. Djaoui std 1.
Principal 102 Wood Sired Cktapsldt COMPRISING: DINING AND DESSERT l'aoroUfhJy.Te.JH&rtJ. and warranted, at the .,".t- with dissatisfaction in regard to their bargains.Call julyS Charleston, S.C. tfGEO. paint trill be fpared to render the time trrttabl
fLandon, 'lanuf. -tof1. 41 llariet Strut ..iIvthgstcr FORKS,TA BLE DESERT AND TEA SPoONS Do.e&ln act. f;VgP TERMS CASH. [oct23-ly FOR SAT.i. I one and alii! We are anxious*o wait apon and to gin fatafactum to all who may favorwithaealL .
SUGAR SCOOPS S.LTXlJ MUSTARD j I undcrsijrned offers his place west of the
England. f TllE and servo you. Read read!I read! !! ABBOTT & CO. A new Bathing lions ban beta trte-
11. B. Jt Co. areestAUIsbing: Depots fir the sols I limits of the town of Jacksonville A. MODE A BRO. Jacksonville, A'.06 '. ted at tho Spring for the accommodation tf tbtt*
East-Bay (opposite Boyct 4C Wharf) I
for tale. There are two IoU bounded on the who Jesire
I may to Lath bone
of America. Physicians. I ortLe< $
cf "The ProtettV in all prs and noxt door to Morning News" office, Charleston, S. C, Jfnett 5nMttr
Surgeons. Drug;'st", Clothiers, Dry Genie, 1 I north, east and south by atroots. The situation is dee 2 -tf Bay street Savannah. I Spring in tht Country. The location w remarkable
Merchants,II Jtters and Millusrs.!: Gentleinea'sfurnishing New roods New Goods I liigh and healthy, and has on commodious baild- Dealer In. I for health not turpitstdin the State. Btam-
Store-Keepers are entrusted with the ing, situated: among fine shade tree for summer, C1.b.oap S1ore. SPIRIT GAS AND CAMPIIEXE 1 tifnl high pine lands freo from the anoyaaet tf insects -

'wholesale and retail distribution of them, and to anti is protected from the roll north-west winds of HENRY W. CLARK, with Lamps of every description for the same I especially M u juitot. Can accommodate
their winter. The place has on it also an excellent well one hundred 25 miles from
whom liberal terms are offered for enterprise ALSO persons only Pilatka.
to them for safebad AMBLER & IIOEG of water an J is the best garden spot to be found Bay Street. J. J. DICKISON
aad a splendid opportunity opens anywhere in the vicinity of tho town. TIlE Subscriber has received large and elegant English and American White Lead, Paints.. rspl.2SlS34-.6t. PropritUr.

."- profitable business. Hare just received their Fall supply! of Merchandize consisting of1RB8EBI1Eff de; IG-tr -0.nART. X assortment of GOODS different kind, eo- of every kind Linseed and Sperm :1 .

For terms IIAKCOLRT.apply to CR.IDLET.A CO, tleced by himself, and particularly adapted to the July 8 Oil, Glass, Putty, &. tf : *1,5O. Merchant's Hotel, .!,<..
.. Insolvent Notice. wants of this section of the country. lie respectfully Ckartertoii, S. C.
33 Ann Street New-York. U. 5. I .Mill. PB1W1ThffLcoR plATALINA C. SKIFF, Administratrix, and invites A call from his old customers and the CONflICT, JENNINGS Co.. I RKDrCTIOS I! rICBS.

V A U arutng.lsynothu ; FLOUR, BACOX PORK. HAMS. BUTTER. LAUD, 4C., 4 C.. W Manuel Crcspo, Administrator of all and singuUr public generally. his stock consists in part, of SADLEUY, COACH, IUUD\Y ARC.&c. STUE undersigned having leased this BtttI,
7 ar not in your mini tha With a foil supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. tho goods, chattels rights and credits of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,GROCERIES Ko. 165 Meeting Street, in King Street,solk.it from the traveling
entenot of fjols' philosophy, that a dlstast will I George F. Skiff late of this county deceased, Jjav- HARDWARE,CUTLERY WOOD AND Jut,8 /, ." &. Board |1,5.
cored of itself,or that you can cure it with certain Goods log this! day filed in my office a written suggestion CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND per day ; single dinner, 50 cf.only. V
I ..dolestatol
of the insolvency ,
modicUes for a few dollars: Beware how you 1)ry SHOES HATS CAPSFANCY July 8-6m JAMES- M. BEltS
welfare.! I This it, therefore, to notify all persons having ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTBUMENTS WIIOI.n.SAI.R CLOTHING UOUSE
tamper with your general will persist Of PRINTS and well assorted stock demands againct said estate, to file the same, duly PERFUMERY Ac. lo, Ac No. 143 East Bay corner Queen CHARLESTON HOTEL. V
"i't wild sal \kiuus yocth, why yon a large proved and authenitcated before the Judge of July 8 Charleston S.CV tt MIXER,
la doting with the filthy nauteatingcompoun daily Sheeting Linen Bonnet Ribbons 'rebate( of Boyd County, by the ninth day of All of tbo above Goods will bt sold on as good Corner Meeting and Ilaynt Streets,,
proffered, thort'oy impairing your appte and Ginghams, May next, at which timo there will bo a pro rata terms as at any house in this city WARDLAV, WALKER: & BURXSIDE jutS C/a4rlutunS.t. tfi
digestion, anti destroying you menUI: as Crash Taffetas july 22 II E. W. CLARK.
a DeLainr Shirting, distribution of the ajsetsofsaid estate amongst the Cotton Factors and :
cured with few do i
whon a MILLS
you can HOUSE .
tby. ere liters thereof.Witness COMMISSION MEUCHANTS,
mJes Alpacas, Osnaburgs, Hosiery, Florence Silks, my name as Judge of Probate, and the CHARLES DsWALL.JackavnriUe. North Atlantic Wharf, V | V TIIOSAS S. NICKERSOX,

Yon who are eel wish to be restart Cashmeres Dress Trimming.Handkcrchiefs Lady's Collars .I soil of said Court this the Sloth day ot :UOTZOZ\l..t.i B. julyS Charleston, S.C. it V V: Corner cs Meeting and Queen Streets
to heath anti rigor by a treitment onopleqt I L. J November, in the year of our Lord one *uly9 Charlttlanr S.C.

and effectual, should consult Dr. MOlt.V Blankets, &c., &c. thousand eight hundred and fifty-four. V Flo. {1ENUINE.. LONDON DOCK PORT WINE| PAVILION UO'l'EL.'I V'
"RI success in chrotila diseases h.s been V FELIX LIVINGSTON, in any part of the County atlDded toe \JT loUDERIA WINE ; I' H. L.
maer than that of aiiy other physician of his day. CLOTHIMG. Judge of Probates Duval County. SALES respectfully solicited. FRENCH BRANDY, 'I V BUTTERFIELP VV
bare been for article with da- j 1" Ezpremly for medical at Corner Meeting and Harel-sU ," .
Many years i November II, 1&>-6m. Goods sent to the subscriber on commission,either purpose,
sass or consequences resulting from e1e a have I' A fine assortment of VESTS, fiDe COATS, BUSINESS COATS, SACKS ani SACKSTEES, OVERCOATS : for private or auction disposal, will be quickly sep 2-3t APOTHECARY HALL.II. I JulyS f! Charlestons t
been restorod to health anti vigor tinier rtallycitntifie SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, COLLARS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, Ao. Notice. attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The I V
LL PERSONS indebted to tho E tat.of Mich.TjL IV. KINSMAN i
treatment A Subscriber has been known in this community fora NEW YORK.
( :Should a personal Interview b objeiabte. W8a A E eel Hcarn, sen, deceased are hereby notified number of years as Auctioneer and otherwise.He .- 117 King Street,
UU your disease in wntin-- DI( 'I 401an to come forward anil make immediate pay offers no recommendation, but desires that inquiries has In store an Immense stock of i J. Holmes,
5'- MressDr. W. H. MORBIS through the TUBS, Cedar and painM, BUCKETS, MKASURES. HEELERS, covered FLOUR and SGARIIOXES ment. Those having: claims against said Estate to should bo made concerning himself any WINDOW $SIIADCM 100 ".' Street,Jf. T.

V .fiec, SuuD.Oa, eel a package of medicines, AXE HELVES ASn BOARDS, MARKET DASKET$, 4*. 4, present them within the time prescribed by law, commercial house at tho place of his residence. which ho is now offering at prices such as to present : "ITriLL pay particular attention total tf T?l

put'I will be cent privately a. wits sffiajaa or they will be barred. Since the fire be has located his store on Forsyth great inducements to customers. V iY low Pine Lumber Lite *Oak! -
ssaas A V sad
4tt( directions therewith, ao ques dcre2- m JAMES E. IIEARN. Executor. street on the burnt district where his Auction bn ALSO V I other SOUTHERN TIMBER and
all Insolvent Notice sincss is also at present conducted and where he Lace and Muslin CurUinn Satin DeLanev Damasks to order for
to ae A and of kint purchasing 31ERCIIA. DISE.
large complete assortment I
at a distance affiictei with Ac. all at .
'erll1o: Sr STATE or FLORIDA, > V keeps on.hand, on the most reasonable terms, great bargain. jnlyStfS. July Tilt V V
fula, ,TttUr, Campers, Piles i I I FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, _
Ano Crartl Strictures, Gleet or any disease wht I m WHam County tjf DecaL J For Cask and Country Produce. V G. COURTEXAY V M. II* Kockenbaugb '
V .*v..of aggravated : & ,c n I POLLY ANN JONES, Administratrix the BOOKS, STATIONERY AND CIIiUAPPUBLICATIONS. ,
be "r at borne by consulting Dr. MORRIS, by 0. dared having V
pid,'enJoning a fee. : : my office a written suggestion of the insolvency 3 COhITONMEp1AN'r.
U.post I TBOS. J. nxTDRicK JAMES H. CHESS. iulyS No. Broad Street, Chailwton.S tfAGKEV.
V Mtdieutts pleaaant anti cafe, caa t. tent per EHEfiKESI of said Estate; This I is therefore notifiy all per- To Planters and
m demands laid Estate to Lumbermen.V attention will be given to saltt tf
tithe sons having against
c .Particular any part tDd Statu to the treatment of f- The largest assortment that has teen offered in this market consisting! of common ware, white sent them, duly proved and 6nthenUeatit, to pre.tho THE undersigned having formed copartnership FISHER & IIOXIE. V Rice, Sagar,.;Larnoor. TSmber, aa4
inal* complaints. Ladies tn who may be aQicted Granite, ilulbery and MarUe seLLs Glassware, Preserve and Fruit Dishes all styles and qUlllitielofrumblers Judge of Probates of sail County of Duval on or the purpose of transacting a' FACTORS AND COMMISSION 31CR- other Southern Produce. Also Merchandise p.r-

.$ Irregularities, FUur. Al11 or Whites, Pro- Goblets, Wine Glasses Fluid and 0 J Lamps Candlesticks,Lanterns,Jugs,Jars Spittoong.ic before the tint day of March noxt when there will General Merchant Business at CIIANTS. chased on most advantageous itnsa_ Jla118-ct

.apses t Uteri, or Filling of Womb would do HARDWARE. be a p-rata distribution of the funds belonging to MAGNOLIA E. F., Accommodation Wharft Charletton.S.C. Hoe di Cp's Intent Ground Saw*.,
aside all (alas said Estate, amongst the Creditors thereof. wonld call the attention ol all who rPlIE Subscribers
wtQ respectful msnafaetcre
to lay promptly are from the best
lel': ao Sel U3 expressly to supply the peculiar demands of this market goods for landing and Mill W.G. BANCROFT & Co. .
ownlt the Doctor. Cares wArutd. : Witness my hand and the seal of desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their large and I 1 Cut Steel CIRCULAR SAWS from tire
S :VVI jf AH letters to re:ivo attention must bwMitpald purposes, Carpenters' tools, Ac, Ac. [SEAL.] said Court V of'Probate, this the230i well.selected Stock consisting in part of NET CASH JOBBING HOUSE. inches to eighty inches in diameter. Their Saw

enclosing a foe. Address J>r. \V. n. WINES & LIQUORS. day of August A. D, 1834. Dry Goods Groceries, Queeuwart, Nos. 253 A>25o King Street. are hardened and tempered and are ground and
*MOTRIS Savannah,'Cs.. FELIX LIVINGSTON. Hats, Cape Grockery ADd Glassware, V Charlatan .C.V tabbed by machinery.designed expressly tbt
"-'..'I'jf Consalting Cuous, Ka.63 Bryan street ALE, PORTER, CHAMPAIONE CIEDR, Ac, .., casks. Judge of Probates of Dove County Boots and Shoe!, Drags, Medicines,. V V V xirpoea, and are, therefore much superior to tbost

;f y tUt moment Square, July n-2 opal S THE SUBSCRIBERS mty be found for the present in the new building erected for temporary ang -m Irtn Nails Paint, Oils VUJESSENDEALERS ground in the usual manner, at they are atrenetb.
Hardware and : Window GI_ GROCERIES LIQUORS nod and stiffened
use on the site of the old ltAD.t destroyed by fire. They hope to open the year 1825 lu the large and For Hale. Cutlery by increasing them in tbitkats
"'Intb. Circuit &nrt of Patsam County elegant store,aorner Ocean and Bay MrecU. whfch is njw in course erection. dec 2-tf T7ILL be sold oa the fourth Monday in JanuaV Particular attention paid to the Provision Business. ,SEGARS, Ac. regularly ftoto the cutting edge to the-. oatqnently -
Eastern Circuit of Klortda. -, .V ry next,at the bonse of Zilpha in Hay' Born, VMC *Pork Floury Bacon, Fish, JalS| No.139 East Bay,CbarlestonS.C. ifS ,'donct.Jbecom heated or 'bnckltd aM
e V
,' Testament of Coanl Van Bvhlen UU of said Apo'tl1oCa.rv' :. Wright Hogitns deceased, minor heir of titles.V V V V S. FARRAR & BROTHERS,: :They also manufacture Cast E ted 1131, Kt sad

tWf. Gout,, ed, ComplaiaiatJL Ass Archibald Hogans ,deceased. Description of No. Produce of all kinds purchased. V DEALERS IN COFFEE, GROCERIES .. Cross Cut Saws, and BilletWeb cf tnpmx f 5.1-
A.Vac Dohlta anti others the Kiln and- CrediA il: Tea Depository: M agurrainn @nIlcry grocs, as follows f One woman 35 years ""old' aDd All are invited to call before, making: purchases V : V .&c. '_ V Ity, allof which they.Jkava for sate ,it they ..
".V 't cf 14 Estate DMeo110tJ. ono boy ten old sold for th. btoefit-of tht elsewhere S. ,.'. V Career East Bay and Cnmberlaad5U.iulyB .> V be obtained of. the principal JUardwat XlsrcbaaM,
KTHOSY BOBIXS, Executor as 'aforesaU Removed to the New Store In Holmes TIJE leave to Iot'ormttae dtisens other heirs.years Terms of salt 'made known on the N. B.-A largo assortment of Negro Good,inch. Charleston, S.C tfWil throughout the relied States.and Canada ..'-

Ji\ baring tied hit Dill oa the Chan try rile of Dulldlcc Opposite Dr. Baldwin's Jacksonville and its vicinity that ht still day of. ZILpU HOGANS, as Kerseys, Blankets Jkc V : V 't '. RJIOEACO,
\hit Onr .tjjcstttig the probable Inwlren of V Office J aekson v 1 1 le."TTJUERB continues to keep open hit Jacksonville 1854-6 Guardian., ,Julj8-tf_HENDRICKSft; :CHESS. :aL.L"VTON: & CO. V V V .29 anti 31.Geid&
'tali Estate; ItUOrdered,That all persons having is kept constantly on hand large and NEW SKYLIGIIt GALLERY or *. FACT .ns AND :. V 'Nbllshirsotsewepapea: who.will fmstrt
claims against the asH Estate as Crouton or othwrwis V V well selected assortment! of on Forsyte Street second door west of Dr., Hol V Notice. Agent for tho Country In New-York City. V V bit adwtlsamcaithrftt timw,.with.this aoto,.n4
,do filt their nil dsbns with the C1er cfthii DRUGS AND CnOdCALB, land's residence S X MONTHS from date, undersigned Administrator .The .advertiser is prepared .to act as General COMMISSION V MERCHANTS, forward at a paper'toaMiaing tbq saa*, will b*

Court, in aal"'for the 'tuU county cf,Putnam, Alwsys reeei"aoI1 the Latest. arrivals'warranted Where he Is prepared'to take pictures, In a manner V of tht Estate of Jas. B.Cole, deceased J. Agent Correspondent, in Now York.fot # ,. 13 Southen.Ji'hvrJ :; : paift"mtiagiaB.ttriaUby pwehasing'.
On or before the twenty-fifth day Jtnosry, A.D. fresh sad genuine. Also not surpassed anv. lit has ,will present final accounts and vouchers,to business men aDd others la the interior, Ht will ,V, V V V Charleston; S.fl, V V tJ amora fli'I.be i-bill forthe adt trUstmtat-.
by spared no expense the Hon.Judge of Probate for Putnam count/,for devote bis whole time and attention to the TTm.M. -V New
J6S5.' And that Ibis ftetict-pnblishe-I (" somt in his Rooms purchase Lawton | W.M.TsyW, YnrkAptiZd, 1854. !riilJt.
TTtwspsper in this Circuit on: a week until the I Perfumery,Lampt,Bernie Combs,;Drnahet.Fluid &cwkkh Soaps., reception fitting room for up ladies, fitted, having op in a neat splendid and settlement and wilt at the same" flint ask to be and salt of,Fancy'ana other Goods,' Books Wamright Bacon,' I Joseph.T.'>. V -_
discharged M such AdmInistrator.V i Prints 1oIachloert.lIanutacturer'.and Mecchan- July8, 'v
.IpTraUoB of nil pMtef V tasteful style besides his fine V .. : To thiek Old.
large Shyllghteua Settlersocpjridn.
'at will be sold low for easkCoantry 6..GLU3KT.latkta : Ice' Stork'and .toria- Philosophical Apparatll"
SGiv n nrilef nyliiAl Chuaben .this, niat. trden tolicite attended bling him to take pictures ,in groups or singly, in S'64 ."' 'Admiittr it A JULIUS REIERZIat4ZIbeCnneral Land
and and
*'s.erbdsoJeIyvAD.ilS54. punctually Angnrt7, < r; 10"; DruggiFtent other.Iedlclnea, Agileul.. MALON TAYLOR, J
V rica weather. Ilsfeel. V
t3V Physiciaju prescriptions put with care and or'clondy confident of VV tarat hinpiementi' Seeds Stork Ao. Collection lUJfBER OfIieeail.Penaio : W4hmgtoa, D.C,
V ** t gndj WILLIAM A. TOflWAILD'S dospatck. up giving satisfaction to all who may favor him with ValuableBea Islatul,Ottoa aa*|&, made.aud] suits prosecuted. Information, allkiDds'fur -.t -. AND COMMISSION" -MER- will attend promptly to all etefms"under the Flori
'j.4rsfedckeuit Court qf Lv TEAS. V a call. Us it thankful for past favors. and hopes 2 Corn Land for Sale* ., V 2SC d with regard to ancI'pI.. CI1ANTSPhiladepAzi, idA Armtd Occnpatwa Acts tf 1842 and 1943. Per

Eatlern Circuit tf Florida.V Agent for the Nsw York Ptkln Tea Company. to receive a eontJ ace of the tamo. Those who rOU1t'mnel: above the 'Bar of S( John's river here .Situations, procured and persons guaranteed for "V tons whajrtrt settlers under the said Act of.
Y CEITTF that abort is ,
1TCBXRT oftice.ftrft a treeseitfth.Ord.r.n Tea of direct importation,and of 31 varieties from do not want pictures are respectfully invited to 'JLi. lmniediatelIoc"t.ed oa the ri-rert The tract clerks, 'lI echall.;professional men aad others f Very respectfully solicit eoosienmtnU of, I and hartog complied with the Rqlalremltltathen.

AJ..7 a 1-4 to 1 Ib. In a package, all warranted and at call and ezamlng hit rooms and specimens. emt.rIOeIlIOfea hundred and fifty acres, firs ban- Malt aad.fematt .employers engaged cud sent to .llOUTHBR.N.. MJMBE&SUJNGZ.ES, 4c. Of,bavt not weerred tbt'PATENTS tbr their laadaCYI
anti thefleal..tes
.: Mad at the .
tiy 8-tt L W. har tbtaiiitd UM
the atteadtd
July GRAVES. Libtxaladrancetsaadt. Bentrto a or by nbteribtx.
it list hammock land
dred of VV
or nt&rty so rat
titremcly prises. V the country .Passages s'eur.dVto California Australia
noJ'aIaLb.WlIJIJa dey ef July A.. .. '
oDtwI 1854.8.0LINSKI ty Co on try Dealers ,by order; :Administrator's notice. and in (Jts originai-liata. with the*exception of ,and Europe,V la Ana anything that;'an toUlligenVlAgwV V ,' V.&T4.nIWCKIJ'hnadelpla1a i .Also claim prostfented -PENSIONS.,
D OtrttfCB C. PWua c. accompanied with Cash QDC months after date, I willpreleDtm1aecoantaaDd about eighty acrwetaredJand wen,adopted (pvc weit aojaiattd withNtw York and ..', > V B. T.BtCWARDSON, doT BOUNTY .AYD'sctnPTBACK PAYAeL,,

_.VVV of GARDEN 4 FLOWKR SEEDS V PLANTS, Ac,: O vouchers to the Hon.A.N.Castoa Judge crop the '.'UI 'I\IIOD..1,Steamers .noeessarily its business.men,'can 40 forbe_ J.-tl. t ..1'.&BI1.KMAN ack.olTla. I oo the matt V rtajaattli J .:

Cravita also always kept oa hsad.juiy8tf Probates uod for Aucboa County and ask 'to pass within fifty yards of U>,')" ascending executed fahafbUy,ana prompUyl:CommunJcatkms., "V I. r u V I = ttwrunxcxs. *- j.-
vaBa835Pis' 462. sa3 454 T. MCMILLANQIX : bt discharged from the further administration,of the river.. Oa tot premises there is a very superior ponfid_L, Jlddrtss: .with..fee .adeqaaitto tht. ,Va. ElephVWhiIdenV I Uto..Lswu CASV u.s.sxaator. V
TtVVDrt4* > Albany T- Y1" Mansfvtiirer UM EsUttof William S. Standby, lai* *f;said threorstory mansion house,with a basement of service, V V ,: .: ': .1e41erba' .tf* JAXII Coorn, .4 :.H, V hJo
q V *e.tsnrKTg; cothas,STOCK.,for the topthroughout months from date, tbt .' admin: oooty, deceased. V V ': nine feet LocitIonUeltb, <.Water, and all other .. .*" .t'Jl.1uJtTO Paints e,_ ** Wiuot, Comm'r Gta'l. taM Ode*.
p1y4(4tMIt 'NclsIdnOIQUeS theMVItedt&tee. I O istrator,of tht Estate of Joseph Vaaght d!: V S THOS.J.PBKVATT, Admr.twnaiifviner V natural,advtntsgos not to bt -surpassed. Title oet.29.r-oi ISt)Mulberry- Street Nsw.York ,. .01.1 sand .,filaffs. Addrte. 2'f. n..u' V --

Orion from any part of& Union will present tan account sad vouchers to l..if14. 1It., ,WL8.BTA.NJ Det'.54. good and terms accommodating Apply" "- I Ko.ll nAYNE-STREET, ,I't V V i'., 'IlEIDZ
the Hon.Judge of Probate for Putnam County,ftr I } :&IL 4th. 1834.AdmlolstratorM Pinekney, A Co, Charleston S.;C,*,:'.- V Wanted.' S I V i. ..,..s. C. V I Ir 99". .wiatoz $ .
,' 1I.tIW..IIIfI _
V'S I settlement and at the same time will ,ask-to bodlscharred : GOOD SALESMAN and\.: ;"..e.n' .. IDQrpart.a .
.-IJU- 1od"A4i lIaiIXW.SZ4t > ftotiee. bam Palatka. Capt:eokettar steamer''Csruhlusj A. r rf eonntamMy ro ate t r rl g* rsl assortmtntXXr V V bJp .NotIce. 1 -reV '_
tI.tarl r.4.M targit hisses Ic Ih.eountiy, as such administrator. Adm'r.V ytnoat mdtbted to the EstaU of UVs E1U ort6 the owner, oa the place.r.- V : .ittnaUoamaDi7Ooo4BasiiMssr. 'Apply i I : Of PAINTS and OILS ofan kteda MELTON
..d>k.bat >*.tbt ft!giving Bairtrtal itufsctioa to I 'IJI.pt.6ID, At.L ..Dtaa lato of-JaoksoavilU V V V B. HOPKINS.ilsrpor a$7lorldaNeweoe._. ,"r. .V_ 'octT-tf V r Tf ttTDOW Of.ASS..d 8Ag !,' up for tht PrseUct of Lav. t ,v: '. c*

III.aaj quU.,. ; MY.U-U Admtolstratora Notice. ,,/& deceased art hereby retrotsttd to Mill P.O.' ,' V V l&4-4f. Wanted* TURPE.tIN,SPIRIT GAS COTrOY'TOOT'. 'V'V> 'JJ'JlJtTtJJ .-t' .
J ..--sr.icJ.A..IJ41tnEIi. MONTHS from dais berouTI will apply to make immediate payment to the uadenigatd| and St, Juhft's Bluff,E.T6dpttm1 d3; I Ioly 't 1iltn V f u lP. l RESL QLCE L and BRUSHES of vt- VV V 'j ., "CJSL"'HUIDI.

"',IJc1 0:1 V SIX Jndf. at Probate of Ataebuseezaty, E. all persons baring demand against said oatato ace: ., :. '' ;Bf.e "' 11 IDarami1.1.aBdVbpjMttaebaptsUi EN<,.I I. .. :', c J .. .." I[ "I 11 1ynr t N1p54-if TU
) I'a4 T' FU, for a final discharge from the furthtr admintstntloacfJUil rtqulrcd to present Sham duly sworn, within the V : l.oI'tf F nd L rl.u.) EOBQ1 nJrVCAIJUli VIA Acnt.
r"l. srpEoxxnGE1tW. i
pvlM .dtoed. .. : >TOTATOESLeomlgament e11ec1oa Ia7-
Fjtat of Tbomu.V, tin repaired by law J otberwko thfs notice vttl V aAPlJIDI'h.; nnderitgntil, a* Jtttiigaa'ifotkOffiet. >
IITILL dispatch ailjobs I .worlu lwlb tasaI V 'O'OIf t )rE : n.' and will bt sold heap.- mttft Uk.QI1. T .- ,
.1 BAM'L R. PVLK3 be plead bar. 'Jr. IL nOEO, S 81 OR: n'aU.NTI Orange county, Florida. rE
free.is1 1S34 So n
be famished 1 4
V De' PlanS Le, will .ltrt 1Ofot August J )5, 151. (>p9- .)) Ad&nistr&tor.V od Ud.mbWJtrator.. ,I 8 EmratJta.\ Gi.. tf dec:3-4& A.JERN10AN. DOT:5Bt'RTON 4 ORA YES. Denrabars. /

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