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 17, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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jy AUTHORITY. Daniel's.Mills, and Van Hook' Store to Khnsey's Store lliwaase, Copper Mines Landing Hilton Dead, '.*1. Blcfiton to From Little'River by Shattotteto,. Smith- From. Wlnnsbbro, by Gladen's.'Grove,I From Columbia Cottage Hill, J"
Roxborough. Pkrcaville Chesnut Gap and Santa Locah. Savannah, Ga. Tille. Rossvilfe, BeckhanuvOle, Cedaar shoals town Hannahatchefc Lam.'and ,CaberttoFortOamea7
: LA \vB, From Raliegh by Holly Springs, Hay From Union Institute in Randolph County From Oharl ton by SammerfiDe Ridg-. From Little, River by Pineway Ferry, to toLvwisville ; .* "
OF THE UNITED STATES. wood Adolph Pittsborough St. Lawrence, by Fair Grove,to Midway. villa, Inabnet'c St. .George's Briadmlle, Iron HilL' and crow Roads, to Whitesville. From Winnsboro, by Gladden* Core. From .Copeland,,by ,Adsma, ..' -x-
: Marley' JiiU*. Bed creek Franklinvill, f P From Valle Crucis to Cranberry Forge. Midway Bambben, Gta'om's Turnout N.C. Rocky Monnt, and Long Latest, to Laacas- cpe k-. r r" f
Cedar Fall Ashborough Carraway, Spencer From Wadesboro', by Lancsboiongn, Bjackrille,Wikonliite Pond Woodwards 11rzn Lynche's Lake to B' tel" C. n. From Covington, trKewtowa FactorrfWorthvilkC
.TUBLIC. ACT OP sad CONGRESS ,Silver-Hill Cotton Grove, and Jersey Monroe C. U. Coburn's store Orville and Allan, Bath and Hamburg to Augusta, From Lynchbarg. by Shiloh, Bethlehem From Winnsboro, by Jackson' creek, Jacksoi Indian Sprinp COCK, 4
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Settlement, to Salisbury. Hornet's Nest, to Charlotte. Ga.From and New Zion, to Sandy Grove' i Bell'*Store.Bryer store Bockbead FeasterviQe &ad Nn'Jbrht to ronJ1L ', ,
., UNITED STATES. Frona'UaJei to Roxborough via :- From Wadesborough', by White' Store Charleston by Rsntoara Adams's. .From Marion C.H. by (Britton's Neck) I ,HalKh'vQIe, Croshpille, Fish Dam lease Orington, by Middle !o.t
ingtoa, StagvUle Round Hill Bed Mountain White Hill. Lane's creek! Beaver Dam lan Eke Honte Salt Ccntenery and Tabernacle, Marion C.IL d '
and Mount. Tirzale Richardson's creek, Jenkin's Store, Gourd Ketchcr's Bridge,Pocalilija CuomirhatchieGillsonvflle.to From Manchester to Fulton. From Woodruff's by Enoree clear spring
t1 0JtB1 1 .M 1- if From Rak-igh, b, Morringsville, Chapel Vine Hammond's store. and Diamond.Hill Grahamsnlk. From Marion C.U-bvCat: Tab Gum and Gilder, to GreenvUle C. H. From Dahlonega by..Anri oWa Pnnr
ith.Sth Di.tridt of h December 14. .and hut, Hill; Uinsborougn; "Green""Spring, 'Mason I t6 W*a>esbor6:S'* From CbarkeUm ,bLIa4reU's- .amjvliwdr creek UtOa';Rod ,.Silkirk From '{illiamat.cm.b, Newell' Golden" Edward 'CaI1ica -E11eJa1. TaiT ,tnkt.

don the Monday day the 7th day of August, Hall, and AUemance to & From' Warm Springs by Paint Rock, Georgetown.From Brownsville Parbassus and Clio, to ,DenQcttSTille. Springs, Douthet, Boahy creek, Xovality, Coosawatteel;Sprmg Place,sad OsdariUe*'
1854.FBAKELtfc. borough. Cato| and Bridgeport,to Mewport, Tennes- Charleston, by Beaufort Boyd's Slabtown, Piercctown and Siltcr Glade to to Dattou *:j-
Piwirc Preeident. IATID From Reid creek by Franklmville Soapstone see.From Landing Hilton Head,and EJufllon to Savannah From Marion C. IL, by Allen's Bridgeto I Williamston.'From Front Dahlonegeby William ,Rotcrtsoa
rnrenknt of the Senate Mount,and fouut and Troye'e Store, Watrenton to Schoceo Spring i Ga. Little Rock. TorkvOIe,by Clay Hill, Renal s- to ;Round HilL. .
R. ATCUIKSOV LIXK, JSot'DSpea.knoUbe Ilcntw,pro to Reid creek. From Washington, b,Blount'. creek and i From Charleston by Mount Holly, I From Martin's Depot, by Marengo, Milton rarg. Rose Hill,and White lull, to Cbarottel FromDak1o eg by CbopeVs-Gap, Caddistown S
tempore. !' From Reideville by W'Wenthworth anEagle's < Durham's creek, to south creek. Monk's Corner vnd Black Oak,to Puwville Spring Grove, Cross Hill, Mountsville Stock-Uill, Sketnah, Will Scot,
.t 1&e1rcsEnt&t2Tc5.Continuation.) Falls to Le lTilJe. From Washington to CambelT creek From Charleston to New Yorkv and North creek,to Martin's Depot. From YorkviDe,.by ,Zcnos uth Point, : rocpah, Hot.House, Hnwassee; lTmr-JCi
(11& From Reidsville by Lawsonville, anBlackwclTc. < From Washington Bath, Pungo creek, From Chester C. IL. by LowreysviQe From MQlway, by Indian Hill, Sandover, W Woodlawn Cottage Home Chronicle Vesuvius Spring and Greasy creek Beaton. Tea*,
From KeycsriH by \Viliesbarp, Christ to Yanceyville. Pantego Leechville, Siadecvilk. Swan, Springwell Gnthriesrille, YorkviUe Clay and Viedema '. to Calhoun Mills. Furnace, to Newton. from Darien.to Brunswick. .,
,*nvifle. Itod Oakfej, CUrksrilleniite, : From Ridgeway, by Nut nosh Palmer Quarter C. U.,and Lake Landing, to Mid- Uill,Banalesburg and White HalL to Char- From Mrs. Mason's, by Bethel, New From Y Yorkville by Hickory Gro e smith From Darien to Frederic -
'llounc, Black Walnut, ; Hjco, Cun- Springs, St.Tammany, and Merry Mount, dle-town. lotte. Centre and Bethany, to Antioch. Ford WilkinsuiHe Draytonville Limestone From Darien by Fort Barnngton Feu i.Pendarri1
uinchara: and Miltor! to YanccyriUe. to Ridgeway. From Washington Ocracoketo, POI Fran Chester C. IL, by Baton Rouge, From Newbury C. H, by Pageville, Springs GI'I.I81 Pond High Shoals, N. CL, -store .Alabsham crsek.a4Strickland's
}'rum Kiiuton to Trenton, in Jones From Kidgeway,by Exchange,Layners- mouth. Carmel Dill and Tomeville to Finckney- Broadway, Martin's Depot:and Clinton to Butler.and Hicksville., to Ratherfordton, toWareaboro'., ,. a
coiintr. rUle, Chu-ksville, Va_ White House, and From Weldhn by Halifax, Endfield Tille. | I wrens C. H. N. C. From Davisboroogh to Term's Bridge.
From laurel Hill to Rockinghira. Hyco Falls, to Halifax C. H. BratUeborongh, Rocky Mount, Joyner's From Chester C. IL to Cedar Shoas. : From dewberry C. H.- by Indian creek From Inrkville by Hickory Grove Harmony From Decatar.\by PtMTTiIIeTUCk.t*
From Laurel Hill by Stewartaville to From River Side to Harrington. Depot Wilson.Blaok crvek,Nahnnta Golds- From Columbia by Lexington C. II., Reynosa huntington to Cross Anchor. Boydton Cherokee Iron Work, Cabin, and Stackbridge toMcDonoogb. -'*
GiJ..poliL : From Hock creek, by CnrtUs }Mills and borough Evcrettsville, Mount Olive, Fai- Leesville Ridge, and Lotte to .efield From Newberry Court House, by Boulwarcsville -, CooperivQle Draytonsville Limestone, From Doable Wen by Sharon,to WasK-
From Lcwvilfe, by MarrtriUe, Sugar TerrJs to Graham in Alamance on's Warsaw Strickland's C. 11. Salads
County. Depot Depot, Bankwright's Ferry on Springs.HarksviHe Cowpons. Arrow wood DgtoL. y I
IML S. C, and Temperance Ilill ta MarionGIL From Rockford, by Walnut Lane, and Treacby's Washington Depot, Sill's creek, From Columbia by Hopkin's Turnout River,Perry's CrossRoads 1.Oakland Mount FmgerhiD and Jackson hill, to.EarJa- From Dublin to Jacksonvilleu
Jon 'uiJIe and Swan Pond, to Brier creek. Einrgaw Depot,and Wilmington,Smithville, Gadeden Forte Motte. St. Matthews and Willing, Smith Salads, to Lett's EdgeSeld TuTe. From. Eatonton, by StaffordcriBe en
From Lcnoire, C. 11. by Lorelady, Cat- From Rockford by Siloam, Stony Ridge to Charleston, S. C. Orangeburgh C. M, Jaimson, to Brancb- District. From l'YorkviBe by Wee's EH.Hopewell Clinton, to Maeon. '
awba View, oJ Wittenberg, to Taylors- Old Richmond. Bethania and Rural Hall tojcrmantown. Fn>m Weldon, (or from Garysburg,) by ville. From Newberry C. H.by Mount Bethel, GowdyrriDe Pacolet Mills, and Bivingsvilleto From Eatonton to lo: *T
rills. Fackson. Ricli-Square. Roxable, Uotel, and From Columbia, by Pleasant Springs, to Glymptmik. SpartanbnrgO.H. From Eden to James HagaaX BoDoek
From Lcnoire C. II.. by Deal's MiUa and From Rocky )Mount by Tarborough, iVindsor, to Plymouth. Conntsville and Calk's Cross Roads to From Fewbury C. IL, by Beth Eden, From HorkviUe, by Blairsville.Bullock's County. .
Little Hirer, to Taylorsrille. Sparta, Falkltnd, Greenville, and Pactolus From Weldon to Gaston. Calk's Ferry. AThitmires, Cold Well Unionvilie, Fair : creek. PinckneyvUle Mount Tabor Union- From Eden, by J. DenmarkX W. .D.
From Lrgingtwn, by Fair Grove, Eden to Washingt From Weldon by Westland, to Little- From Colombia by Alston.,Pomaria,and Forest, Boygansville, Glen Spring, Spar- TiDe Cedar Grove and Key to Cross Anchor. Loack's and Brueton's MiDI to,Reid
HoorerV Hill! and bawycrsTJlle, to A shKivra From Rucky Mount, by HiHiardstown.and ton. Frog Level to Newbury C. IL tansburg Damascus and Island Ford, N. From Edenton, by James Shomoo1, 'to
INro'. Bedford to Louigburg, to Franklin. From West Brook, to Cain Tack, by From Columbia by Level Ridgeway, C.. to Ruthe ordtoD. From YorhiIIe,by rtrta Ebenezerrille Edward's Bridge. : a
Lexington: by Wakcr Mill*. Fulton From Rutherfonlton to }Marion by Pat- Drench creek church. Simpson's. Winnxboro,' Elackstock, Cornwall From Newberry C. IL,by Mount Bethelto Rock Hill, Nation Ford, Coute's Tavern From Elberton, by Hanaonyaad CuLl
3IoekmlSc. Cuunty Line and Oak on's nome Golden Valley,MiocrdviUeJand From WilUamston by Flat Swamp and turnout, Cberterville cheater C. IL GlympluiJIe., Lan atord Long Street, Dry,creek. Russell Water. ,to MoJ. ._ _
l'urwl fo Statwville. rvsorville.. Bethel, to Grecnviila. Smith' Turnout Rock Hall Fort Mills and From NewWry C. H. by Beth Eden, Place Liberty Bill, and Bed HiH to Cam- 'From Infants, Ak,by.Georgetown.' G*',
Fn,m Liuculuton, by Kail Factory, Dal- From Rntherfodton by White Oak,San- From Wilkesboro, by Elkvilk Fort Defiance P Pincville to Charlotte. Whitmires, Cold Well UxumvUle Fair den. Petaula' Cotton Hilt, Frankha: Alx."P -
IM, Catawba cn-ck, Cruwder1 creek, Betbrl dy Plains, EarlsvUIe S. C, GowensviJIe, I Lenoire C. IL and Copenhagen to From Columbia, by Oakville, to Rock- Forest Boygansrille Glen Spring, Spartan- From Y orbiJIe,by.II'Kkory Grove Harmony ehilta and Spring-creek| DZaktiy0bprcndcrt :
S. Cani, Scvf Centre, to Yorkrille lilburgh.. Milford, and Nom to Greenville )lorganton.From viDe. burg Damascus and Island Ford N. C., to ,Boydton, Iron Works. Coopenrnlle,: a .
i>. C. C. IL,S C. Wilmington Whitesville, Fair From Columbia, by Hope Station, Alston Ruthc ordton. Dratonsville Springs,Th'ickety Ford Moul- Gaineitby GatecnUa. Pm
From LJBColnton, by Seiglc** Store, Ja- From Rutherfordton. by Logan's Store Bluff. Marion C. II.. S. O, Man Bluff, Pomarre, Newbury C. II. cbappel's From Newberry C. H by Shap Springs trie and Hurricane, to Spartanbnrg C. H. Bridge Blakely, Olive Grove and Arjyli
Cu,V* Fork Mullgrove. to ;. uncan's creek, Polkville and Camp Call, iradieyville, Sumpterville to Manchester Bridga, Dyson Mills, Ninety-Six, New Higgins' Ferry,Coleman'a Roads,Big creek GEORGIA. to Chattahochee,11*. '
From Linculnton by Killiaui's ililla, to Garner's Ford. ,S. C.From )Market Greenwood, Abbeville, Donalds- lUchardsonville, and Fruit Hill,to Edgeficldc From Albany. by Tbomasvilk Okapilco From Fort Valley,by Reynolds to.Butler
Karly Grove, Nekton C. H. Flint Kock, From Rutherford,by Cooper's Gap.Mill' Wilmington by Upper Town creek rifle, Honey Path. Belton, Anderson C. U. *. u* and MoneD to 'TroopriHe. j
anJ Fislier1* to Catawba View. Gap, ank Edney vilk, to UendersonvUle. Bridge to Smithville. \\Williamston and Golden Grove to Greenville From Oran bnrg, C.H. to Vance's Fer- From Alany.by Chickasawhatchee Dover. From Fort Valley by Sandy Point,
From Uttk-ton by Grove lull and Ar- From Saton.by Rough and Ready, to From Wilmington, by, Scott's HilL Topsail C. A. tJ- Cnthbert Petanlato Georgetown.From Knoxville 'FrandsviQe and Dxnaien.,.,to
cuU, toFrun KausoTiiV Urid e. Germantown Red Shoals, Martin's LimeKilns sound, Stump-Sound, Onslow C. IL, From Cokesbury Abbeville. From Pacolet MI1liby Duncan's Store, Albany by GHDon's Concord.. TaIbott .
Little Rock Tisa, bj Lumber Coles and Avo, to Patrick C. IL, Catharine Lake RichUnd's and Bannerman From CornwelTs Turnout by Ilazlewood. Jonh) Wilkins's, and Duncan's Old Store, Pachitta and Fall xreek to Fort Gaines. From Fort Valley,by Marabalvflle,wia--
Uridgeto I'hiladcliihu '"a. to Angola. From Cross Anchor, by llobbrvilk, to White Plains. From Albany by Gum Pond. Thomas- Chester,and Montezuma to Ogkthrop.
From LumU.-rtwn. by rhUadelphns Gil- From Salem, by Germantown, Walnut From Wilmington by Long creek, Beat- Woodruff's cashville. Sparta'Play, Pleasant From Panther Fork, by North Saluda vine DnneansviOe, and DentreviDe, to Tal- From Gainesville, by War HilL, UiDg.ville .
opolU iJUmartsrillc.; Cowper Hill, Queen Cove, Madison, and Leaks vilk to Danville, y's Bridge, Black River Chapel and Ilar- Grove chick Springs,and Porneroy, to Tituroy, and South Saluda, to Pumpkintown. lahasaae, Fla. Hudson NaiTa creek and Walnut to
tUlft; Alfonlerilkand Clay Valley,tw Lum- in Ptttsylvania county, io Va, rcir Store, to Moore'a. Merrittsville.From From Albany by Gintown and CarnesviDe.
Letton. From Salem, by WaUerstown, White From Wilson by Stantonsbnrg,Spei be'. Dcmaldsonvill by Centaville, From Packsvilk by Clarendon, to Brew- born to Inrinsville From Gaine.vifleby New Bridge and
From Lutnljcrton. by SmitV Bridge,, Road Blakely, Madison, Gorgansville, Bridge, and Snow Hill, to Uookejstown.From Qaceneborough calhoun Stantonville Witti&lXl5ton From Alapaha, by Driver Hul and Anrariato Dahlonega.From .
and IIoHT-ll.-vilie to Krwpcct haiL lidgeway., Ta, and Trayloreville, to Mar- Wilson to Washington, by Saratoga Gojden Grove Sterling Grove From Pcndleton by Wayeide"Walhalla. Troublesome Jasper.-Florida. Gainesville by Brown''MID SmitlK
From iladisiin, by Win. Ward'a Martin's Unsvilk, ,'a. Maysvilk,Marlboro Pleasant Mount, and Highway, to Greenville C.A. Tunnel UilL and Wheatstone, to Clayton:! From Athens, by Brokline. Amanda-riDe villa, Barretsville High Tower,. nadtrs%
Lime Kiln. Danbury, Piedmont Springs, From Salem, by Sedge's Garden, Germantowa ireenville, Pactolus and Boyd's Ferry. From Duo West corner to Donaldson- Ga. Montevideo, Evergreen S. C., and Bock Grange and Canton,to Etowan.. .' ?
and the Cascade, \VytbeTUle, Ta. Walnut Cove, Pine Hall, ltla.d.aon .- From Windsor, by Merry mIl Ashland Tillc. From Pendleton by Five Mlle to Pick- Mills to Anderson C. H. S. C. From Gamesville Dome \to datuTiUe.
From Madison by Ayresrille Crooked Pleasantville and Wentworth Reidsrilk Zokrain, Harrellsrilk aad"Pitch Landing, From Edgcfield C. H. by Dnntonsville, ens C. ILFrom From Athens by Rascobel Harmony u' -
cm*, Peter5 creek, ColosTille Francisco, to Mnrfreesboro. Long Mires store -Mill way and Harrisburg, Pendleton to Clayton Georgia. Grove Maysville, GillsvUle Poplar springs From Gamesville by :Glada Juts sad
and Big erect to Mount Airy. 'From Salem by Mady reek Panther FromWintonto GatesviQe.: to AbbefllstL1L- s*,- From IVmlWton by -TownviUo Fair :%'and Drwvoib to darkesrille. -Polksvilk.to Arro. e .:
From Marion, by Black Mountain Stone creek, UunUville, UampionvUIe, New Cutie From Woodville to Dnrant's Neck. From Edge&ld C.IL, to 'ew Bury a IL Play, Parker's, store, Gi, and Aquilla, to From Athens by Danielsvflle Madison From Gainiesvule'to Walnut HHI.Boab.
Mountain Edaeyrdle, to Ucndersonnllel and Brier creek Wilkesboro, Churches From Wilkesboro' by.Lewis Fork stony From Florenc by Darlington ana Society Carnerrille, Ga. Sprinjs-Franklin Springs, BowereviBe to rifle Hudson to Carnesrille. "**
From Marion to Ilatherfordtoo by Sugar Store,and south fork to Jefferson. Fork and Rotherwood to Boone. Hill, to Cberaw. From PickensyiDe, by ,Fowler' creek Henely' Store. from Gaytoa to Springfield. "A
till!, and Cedar Creek. From Salem to Cknunonsvilk. SOUTH CAROLINA.From From Fountain Inn Cripple Creek, Dacusvillc Pumpkintown; Twelve Mile, From Athens br Jenerson. Pond Fork From Gmtown by 'Uinton, Ochlocharf, r
From Middle-ton to Cape flattens. Fron Salem by WinSton, Oldtown Bethany Abbeville C. H.; by Wanton, Lickville, Cedar }Falls Dunldin, Eden and Glassy Mountain Wolf's creek Branch Island SoSor .Hill, and Cann 1lglwD'' store, to and TaDokas to Okapile.
'rom"31&AI Hill by Pleasant Grove Mountain Tom's creek, Mount Airy, Monterey[ Lowndesville, Cherokee Heights Fairviewj to Fountain Inn. ,to Ftckensvillc. Gainesville. From.Greensboroagh ,ta. White Plains.From .
Big Falls, Faucett's Store, Mooresrille and Good spur, Va,, Hillsville Grayson Sutler larper's Ferry,and Rnckcrsvilk. Ga, to FromGillisonvtlle, by Horse Gall A. M. From Pkkens" C. H, byTJoonty Land From.Athena, by PJantlor'lI Stand. Tay Greensboroagh to Glade'a* Cross
liodson't, AnOenwn's Store and Uigh Towers Springs, Cranbery Plains and Jack- ilbcrton, Ga. Ruth's, B. L. Willmgham's and Silver Hill, Warsaw: Claremont! Bachelor's Retreat lonville and Cromers-Mills, to Roads. *
te Leasburg. son's Ferry, to Wytheville. From Anderson Court-House.by Clay- to Beech Branch. Snow creek- ;and Martin's creek,to Pickets From Greenboroogh, by PenfieU. to
l'rom)1unnoe C. IL, by Winchester toW From Salisbury, by Rockville, Gold HilL ton and llabun's Gap. to Chattanooga.Ten From Georgetown, by China Grove C. IL From Atlanta by BoltonviHe, Marietta, SenD Shoal -3 .
o1.n Zendall's Store. Albermark, Norwood nessee. Black Mingo Johnson vilie, Lynch' .creek, From.HkLens C. U. by Oconee Station, Ackworth Alatoona. CartersviHe CassviHe From Greenville, by Woodbury and
From Morganton, by Perkinsville Co'lletsville. Jedar Hill,Carolina Female College Wades- From Anderson Court-house, by But- and Flintvitle, and Jlarr5 Blutf; to Merchants Cbeokee'and \Whetstone To Pkkns C.H. Kingston. AdairsviQ Calhoun Resaca Magdakna to Pleasant HilL
Globe, Valk Crucis Sugar Grove,, bore, Jones' civek,and Morten, Chcraw, ersvtlle, Moll ttsvill, Craftsville Ga, to Illuff. From Pickets C H. by Clayton's Mills. Tilton. Dalton, Tunnel HiILCingoIdOpali- from Greenville, by .Fanner' White
Boone and MoreU Mill, and Elk Cross s.c.From tuckers ville. From Georgetown, by Yauhanna, Buduville. Salubrity JPickensville Wolf creek and i ka. and Chickamopa Chattanooga. Te. Sulphur Springs King's Gap, Goodman.
.lloadSj-to Jcft rson. : Saiiebury, by Cowansvilk, Statea- From Anderson CourtHouse by rabun's Conwayboro, and Dogwood .Neck to Crmp Ground, to PickensC H.: : From Atlanta by tJtoy Sandtown Camp-, cross Koads, Catania, and cochraa' crow
From Morgaaton by Linvilk River.TCorth : vile% Poplar Grove, Bunker UilL Newton Gap to Knoxville Tennessee Little Ri\w. From Pickens C. H by Crow cree An- bletown, .Dark-Corner. Villa Rica and I Roads, to Columbus. ,
Cove, Grassy creek Bakerevilk awl14dger i C. IL, and Drowning creek, to Morganton. From Anderson Court House, by Town- From Grabamsville to BlufTton. derson's Mills- Twelve-Mile and Mix's, On Hickory Level to Carrollton. From Greenville to Warm Springs :?,.
Bald civek, Ivy, Democrat, Stock-i From Salisbury, by Organ Church, to villa and Bachelor' Retreat, to W aUon'. From Graham' Turnout, by Duncans- Estatoe, to Pkkens -JL From. Atlanta,br Ark, Red Oak. Fair From Griffin, by" Liberty HULto- .Uahvvilk. "
vine, and Recta* creek, to Ahvillc. I Mount Pleasant. Ford. villa, cCord'. Bridge, Angley's Branch From Pickens C. IL by Wathalla Col Bnrk.Palmetto, ,Newman,.Willow Grove. :
From Morganton by Bridgewater, From Salisbury, by Mocksville Jones- From Abbevilk C. H, by Temple of Greenfield, Beach Branch Lawtonville onel's Fork Horse. Shoe, Walton's JonLGa Corinth. Asbury,La Grange,and Cane,to From Griffin to Ze alcm.I
non Old Fort,and Swanono.to & MI.-I rifle Gap CTU1,and Independence, Va, to Health Diamond Hill Mount View and Steep-Bottom, and & to Gilson- ,Tocoa Fan, 'Clarkesyille Nacoochee, west Point. From Griffin by York White Wato;
From Morgscton, by Bundkton ) VythevUle. Vilson's creek, to MoifetUvilk. ville. Mount-Yonah Pleasant Retreat,'and Cav- Americas by Providence toCenn- Glen Grove, Kvlron,.and ..Sahida to. Neir.
tain Home, MinenviDe, and Cuba,to Rutborfordton. I'rom Salisbury by Thomas1 Wood's From Abbeville C. IL, by Smithvilk to From Graham's Turnout, by Rocky ender's creek to l p Ga. bsOO25 m .- .* '
Mount Vernon }vew Institute Farley's Greenwood. Swamp Kitching's Mills Eduto, and Edis- From Proeviltei; by Murray's Ferry, From Americas by Danvde and Dray- From Griffin by,Double Cabin8Towal-
From Moscly Hall via Jerico to Stra- I Store, Prichanl's Store, and Huntington From AbbAvilk C. H, by Smithville and to'MilU, to Letts. & "' Camp Ridge, Lynch' Lake, 100.:to Vienna. ra, acbon.ln Spring'CorkSeveaZs-
bine. creek to \\' Robert' store to Abbevilk C. H. From Grenville C. H by Buena .. E1 and Tans Bay, to Darlington From Americas by Plains of Dura Lan- lands, to Monticello.t A r .
From Mount Airy, by Hay Stack, Scull From Salisbury,by Moant Vernon, locks- Fro D Adams Run to Flute Island. Pliny Cashville to Woodruff's. C.. n. nahassie Searsvflle and Pinerflle. From Grima h1 Eria '>CIlanenrvilk
Camp, and JuUefvitk, to Gap CiviL rUle Smith's Grove, and :, to From Aikin. by Tinker1 creek and From Greenville C. U.jby Sandy Flatt, From Plnckneyrille by Wartolr.,to Gow- From Augusta to Richmond Factory. ,Mountville Lagraage, Lone cane,r aad J
From Mouth Wilson, \ a., *>7 Potato 'ununllc.Trom Dunbarton to Lower Three Rons. and Pomeroy, toHiland Grove. dcysville. From Aajmsta, by Brezelia. Saw Dust West Point to Cnssete,Ala. ?
'wek,Gap i Crril, N. C., and Elk Spur, to Salisbury, by Miranda Spring i'rom Aikin by Edisto, to'Kitchcng's From Greenville t C. H. by Pleasant From Pinckneyvnie, by Tomsvillc, and Lombardy, Thompson.Double Wells, craw- From Gun Swamp to IrvinviHe.
Trap UilL nnre,Deep Well Mount Monroe, Bcat- MilU. Grover Wallace's Factory,New Hope Craw- Sanndenvflle Chester C. IL fordrvilfe Union ,Point Grrensborough, From llaICJ'ondaklilt.. ray -cad
tie's Ford '(Jatawba VestmosFnrnace From Aikin MOp to Lees- fordsvilleand Fort Prince to from ..Pocotafigo by Hickory UiO to Statcaboro, to ReidsviHe.
From Murpbcy, to Elkjay, ria Nottla Springs, -: ,by Sawyer SpartanburgC.H. Bnckhead. Madison Social Circle. Coving-
I. IL ville. ; Whippy Swamp. From HaIcyOndsIe. by bleckcreek BcdCIftk
Edom, and Santa Lncah. Liacohiton Shelby ( Fillmore j. tony Oxford. Conyera 'Lvthonia, tone
v .i'roca Marttv.jburo,' by Potocasi and ooresboro[ Webb's Fork 'Rntheiiordton, From Alston by Thompson' and Long From Greenville C. IL*.by .' '. From Ridgeville by RoadsviDe. Holly Mountain.nd Decatur to AtWltL Syhrania C.iL.JackscmborMil'
Roxabk (Brittoa's Cream Roads,) to Scot- Green Hill Chimney Rock, Fairvicw. to Monticello. Ret, Lima,IferrittsTiHe Green River, N. Hills, Vance's Ferry, to Wright's Blcdt .From.Augnsta; by 'Kikokeej &, Haven Joy's. MUlaaad: \rr\Bdcf. toWayueaborub.
landNeck.From Ahvifle. From Anderson C. IL, by Seneca An- C..Flat Rock.ncnder8tmTille,3Iud creek, Erom RichardsonTille.' by .Dawson's' _. Double. Branches Liieolton'Gosben, Pr- >.d
Marfrcesboro to Boyktoa Depot. From Salisbnrr, by China Grove, Colesan ersonviUe..Uenky'store,and Ford's store and ShafordsvUIe. to Aahville.. _, < Mills (D 'Ion'. Mills) to LodL. tersbure >Anthony Shoal*; Cook' lAw From 1laYtinmne'by eiid'TimperneeMeKe's
From Nashvilk to Peach Tree- Grove. ; Concord Harisburg, Charlotte,White to Carnentt1e Ga. Fronr Oreenrille to Head''of Greenrllle From Robertsvillo { Ferry.. to Office Elberton AmaDdaTm ,Jade Grove irton Jacksonville daji
From Newbern by CraTeD ille and UalL! Rose UilL and '& "-to' YorkrUle From Anderson C. IL, by Deep creek Columbia-Railroad. '. layton Ga.- brJSIlters/ Bowrmilkand Fairvicw, Carnesvilk.,. rule, Lumber city; KoxvillsBeard'c Pery's.IBJai
Smyrna to Beaufort. S. C. teek's. Churubusco. and Milvers. to Anderson From Greenville O. H, by G Oder, Clear From Rocky Ridge to From Battle Ground to Mount c creek and ona---crfti-to Danes.
From Newbern by Kinston,and Mosely i croIn Shelby, by Swangstown New CJL Spring, and Enora to Woodruff's- Belton. From Tall Ground in Cherokee County, 'FnJra'Hawkmsvilk,by Ilillwood,-Vienna
nat Juldboru.' House S. OL, .and Antioch and Clarke's From Anderson C. IL,by Locust Hill, From IIamburgtOAI1e ta Ga.- Front Scuffle town, by/Pleasant Mount, by Jasper to EHijay. ;Gum Cfteli;Sleds Warwkk,and HoIBdaysville. -
From Nahunta by Lowell BuUb, St. Fork to YorkviUe,8. C. Belton and Calhoun to Line creek, to Cal- From Hamburg, by Poyerty run Ira Island Young's' .Store, ,Centreville stonesville, From Baruesvilebr] The Rock Thomas- y-/- f_ '
Charles and CreacLvilk, te Eagle Rock. From Shelby rlMuddr Forks and Old boun. Colliers," cold Spring, and Rehoboth C&Shn.T.il1 and Poolsville, .to".Spartanborg- ton Double Bridges Pleasant Hill Talbot- From Hawkmsvilk to Gum Swamp. o..c.

From O Oxford by Waterloo, Gregory's Furnace, to from Anderson C. H, by Mountain to Longmire's Store. .' c.From torn,.Box Spring', and_ ine.U, From .Hawkbifville' *"by5* *Lawson'ana. *
Sassafras Fork Brownsville and Young From Shelby, by Bricketrrilk Sandy :, !k.Rock Mills,and Evergreen, to Mon From Hope Station,by Walton,Glympyrille Sleepy creek by New Market'to tore, ; *"e' Tined From flolnMvil IrwinsriHe.' 8taflbfdV -
CTUM Roads to ClarkesTilk. Ron Grassy P-d s. &, and AUgood to tevideo.Erom. :Mayhift -- ,- and Goshen nu, Phoenix. From BeDview to TaIb. -* I *, Feriy
From Onsiow C. IL,by Piney Green to partanborg C. ILl S.C. Augusta G. by Quaker Springs, \"bitlllireLoFrom Fjom -parUnbnrg (L..H. by Walnut From BIairsviDe by Chortne,Londcvill*, and Surrency'sto-Beidsyifle. '.
Swaatborough. From Spring Garden by Longcreek Woodlawn, S.1X. h0cky Pond, 1'ark's Indiantownby 1 SIq1etarj1ri11e. Grove MiUville, .crowSifoodraft'., and Pleasant.Retreat,to DahIonega.Prom ,- FroaHohbesviHe to-HalL' TJroianuUvilkvtoIJalav
Fnm Oaskiw C.IL, by Piney Grcen-to; loore5 creek Corria' creek, and .Black store Cairo,Mapleton; Bordeaux,and Wilmington to Lyoch's Lake. I Barleywood .- BlairsviHe by.Y 0UJ1 Cane Tacoah, > : v. S .uvte
Swmniborough., River, to Bcatty's Bridge. : ,'anp Mount Cannel, to Calhoun From Jeffries creek, by.WiUcnr.cnek town to Lauren C.H.'J Blue Ridge White Path Ellijay.Cerro Gor- f From Jocksanrilk* '* _by Feronla,to.GcBUkigeevak. *- -
i. .. by. TaUybo,..Dutch vilk, From Statosville, I by Bethany Church .Mm v ; ; Friendfield, cad Natural Grove,to Lypch's _From Spartanborgh C. H, by Damascna, do,Taltins Rock- Pine Log,and Fairmount- ,I .".. -. -
.K ajip of Reeds,Stagvilk fitagvilk,. South Maple Lowali Milla, aad Eno Mills to Uilkboro. ,jYadktarttle: Mount Neb,Rkhmond Edgefidj C. IL, Elton Meeting Street ai2 From Jeffrie' creek to .Red Bluff.1 yUle. From Brunswick by: WarnervQIe War-' Cain's From Jefienonby John-- Randolph cad '
jFromOcnook ,by hlaflawzy, C.&lid Hill, Ruckicirdlhiboa, ,'..Raab jScuUcamp Sleepy creek,.,te Ninety Six Depot. from Jonesvffle by McBridevUle,.Cedar From Spartanborgh .C.,Hn by Mount rusher,* and Magnolia to I -FronV Cummine.j; : r
,"*eni.kat,1o Vhnico.Fnw.1'ittabueu' ., and,Haystack; to Mount Airyv From"Augusts,'- Gall'by Beech Isand.S3verlbi Springs and.Cedar 'Springs Asyhun, to 2Tion,Nrw pecC&DDOU'.ltore Earles- Brunswick, by Bethel, WaynesviOe,and Juak1Bndgt' ,nvBn&ock'CoVmty;
by .Beaamont, .Gold- ,Frov ,Statesville, Tia, Taylorsville aDd -,Four..Mne :.Branch Speedwell, Spartanburg C. IL silts Horse creek N. C.j-andTryonto HendersonviDc tan bo% to'JeuersontoaTFrom !by Davta MuT*and Brier Patch 14=Elateiborongk >

oo. Brush creek,. BoSalo Ford, Moffit's :Laaoir,to Jonesboro, in Tennessee I 'Lower Tree Ron's Enrerton, King''creek, From KinMville:' br' Manchester.' Som- ;'N"O: '_ ,_ .Butler, by"ind. i _?,. : -,;. .jJ !_,,,.t.: #.c gflr,
Mills,Brower'*MUla aad Gold Repoa,, to From StatosrUlef by Fancy Uill, Stony Danilton'Brighton-and RobersvUk, to_G3lisonville. ,.M&r:"'- : Tumnois- From cpartanDorg, Court Mouse, by &. to jsoensi t iit*.. .From itom Jooesborongh* mRnMi to FayetUvQk:.1
Caledonia. .( i Point and .,'to Wukesboro __ will, Florenoa Gib.c.l.-Row-.1IarioD C.HvLlttk Boileng Spring White Store, FingersviHe, From..Canton by BaD GroundV Marble "Jonea" *. 'il *Mountto* ". .XM
From Pittsboro'l rP dlar'* HOI, Gmlf,. I From Statesrfll to Eagle Mills, 'via ,, From Augusta,by Jhraborg Edgenield Pee.Dee River FloydsriDe,.Fair Cross Boads at John Wilkins and Poors- Works Juno to. Dahknega.From ? UoJf b- t't S.k-t
Evan's Mill*, Watson*Bridge Centcrvilk I LibertyJlii Snow,:Creek, Post (Oalc,New .C, IL, Flton, Mettias tre. t. Skepy.week, Bluff, Cerro OoraXWhitesrille.aBd Bobfaiw Cord on .Btoad ..Riyer"0* Rutber&rdton, Camark to W&. : a FtooiKI gtostoResie,
:" And Flower IliU, to Carthage., Institate and Willianuburg to Eagle Mills. toNhietySix DepoL >w ',to Wilmington,;;N ,<3* \ North' Carolina.From From Carrolton by Laarcl lliili and From Knoxville b7. Uopswefloj.Irons .
JTrom Plymouth by Union and Sexp- .Frota StatesviUe,:Mount (Ills. by Am- From Barnwell'c. IL, by Fiddle. _. Fond, From Kmgst ,1i, WiL.Lipage's slot? St..George's' to Waterbord. Union Mill, To Franklin.Fromcsmpbelltown scDvaJe. .
.;*tnoetoCo1umba.C.ILzFrout. sty 1IdL AlkndaJe,'and .1ma.toJAWD' cn .k.' the O p way road to Georgetown. From SuMathe. to Poplar. to Fairborn.. KUZTil1cby Skkofr* Gretvaadand '
Plymouth byWrshington, and From Stricklanp's Depot, t toKcnansvUk FromBeuforttoPocotango.: ; From Kingstree; by "and Lowed From.SonaptervilkLvia,: ) '. MilltBrewington From Carrolton by New Babylon toVanWert. centre id FaluottoaiA*", -, ? "?
From Knoxville
-Bwitt creek Bridge,to Newbern. ei Drsnch'abtere-Outlaw's Bridge, Al- ''F Belton Anderson C.:H. Ferry, to thUty two Mile Hoosa Clarendon, Wright' Bluff, by Hamxnocn'a Grova
From Pollockaville to HadnoV!*. bertsoa'* Reaaca Pink: l1ilJ andJjBnenalate. From Bennett TilJe to.Cheraw.; From. Lancaster... by Landsfoad Friendship Packsville, and Privateer" to. .From CsneniflbyBa1aeLpningaIaain CuDoden and. WaynaacviQe_ __ tp p Tbomaf-.. ,.
Jrom P wdl'*. Point ,*.Shallow. Bag t From'Bennett*vilk to Btraver, Dam. WaDace LewisvHIe. and I*, Grange, to Snmpterrule, Davis Erastua and Fat GunneD's to Jef--,
4laym &uoak Iaan&roPoveWs .From Strickland'*Depot,by KeaanrriOe, .From Biihopsvllk Mount Elan,',and Chester O. D.Fromlaneaster- FrornSiunptersfllebTMcChanicTillesnd Senoll.i'\ ,- *::, i From Lagrange* ,by OCochran's : 1'...
Puiat,byPII.YIAks Itknd' HaUcrilie.Ricnland Trentosvaad Pollockilleto *- .Swift creek to Darlington C. H. .'' C. .1Lby Flint Ridge inOgrofei to BishopvuTeT .From Cartersvilk,by StDesbcvion"J i,and" I cnna lUadacantaola ,- 1tut07a. .
-.oKc-JIeaL >ewbern.. x* ;: From: .ekriUe'to Jlarnwell C. IL, Hickory Head Jefirsoiuand Mount dog. : ;From' StfrnpterrUki biiBradJ. j-f Van Went; to Cedartpwn. "I to Cohnabn' --- .
4. FAW Preeptrity 'bjr Pbarr'j hills to From. Strickland** 'Dcaot. by'Taylar1. :From'Black:Utno( Wiffiamsborg District'.by ban:to Chesterfield aU BJackKiv r,SIJem.1S Grove, '- ; From Cedar Bluff to'Ca.VIii >I "From.L znns -byi CS'B A1tIOcb,
arthagp. yFrwa I Bridge Six Rnas,. JJsborn,.< ra.eUy, lliD, CoopcVs S Wr.ltoyta'Bfanch .and From Lauren: C.JLf .Mount.,GaaigjierBrewton. pee,and ladiastpwn,to'JobnsonviBa.- From Cassville,by Little ra1r'ScmraFeeBridgesn41IoIy : We1aa4te ; ****V-adJr5f1 i'S8,
.QuaHatow* Jjy Jonathan's,.cn i ;' LUmaoa's creek,'and.EUisnUe to ,I $wainprodtozuxigtree.4; .. Lia 'jereek 'Jumbling.-Sioals, From Swift creek tallarUYiDe,, oxckftopUcet spring: to Wedowee,.AJa..J.-yr t*+ el
..joWaynamr2.amJru YayeUeviUe.r.. '.. "b 'tmct" f 31i .Swa '- Bluff Rabon and Simpson' MiflstoIAtzr-: From Unionvilie.byHeansville Smith'sridge.lto1 .' *t '. i' V rrom. "La' GJI'' r L U_...Ji toFr_ .4 tJ"m. 1-
** QBaUUevn,by Crvtroori'.IsUaoV .'BaprGroft.to Taykirtville ,ria I ey Ferry and'.Waterloo, to Laarena C.:HZ .ena c.dLL Stcriii tI WoodrufTt.TtTFJonestiHe From c1.Roed.'snd Spring, by I'-'C t.-h.'ja ..t
: .t Ukoih Uazta od fort Montgomery, to Sedy.&DIt Trad*:. .-.,. 'I'L J'f& ; .Jkin'; _potStat. s-. Ji'cmJADrena C, .:'by, TytenvUle. S :k'zeanVnle25vllt; : Pea OccoU, Ala, to Cedtf Bfo! Trout etlto'O&
jraUestqq.: From gwissboro by Harst1*, to OnslowFrosa43wift .burL,bel Manchestorto'Waterce:. .. Cross Anchor;; BJack' Jack:;TaHeyr"and tad YroseCentrwT'dlageb: 'Trader's HilL .Pn'a1isssin.-&ttIRdPmt-
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riiis: aLh" b1 jlnbura. .'. cJL.r -3 :L.F7xanCaajdenby Be.Tree Longtown.Eidgcwobd SmUh1 Store to Glen Spnapfc? -t-tn.M II metoeeSwing.rruai ,. ud.lU1eaoa'la Ferryte Sawaane...> -.% laTeljaIPoinS3otarkTioe.
F : J3WD HiIlto Goldabor''* Island, ,by Clark** -creek :. "Winnsboro,' Jackson's, creek. From LereZC. IL,bf Jl roe' '- tnioMIIlSLbY ShaJy Grove Rose- FromjCedartown' "to PumpkmpTl, rrTewresce'nn,'T Sawi25dbeatonvWeandelsHIgbTewer -
d. Irrf ooBt GUed LiUle Milk, .Duma Storo Long.Bnn" MonticelU Glyraphvilk;.:ana tam Inn and Plains GreenviUe .IL b r ghliibertlisIl: ,'Poplar .aNY- *, to From Chat ta:,+"!niL-, br. .WauhafehlcGa.toTrentna. _,-, 4.
c c&-'Jte. baa .,tJt,ud'SJIrima Pea aadLWeville,'ta Wadesborv' .Mount BetheL to Newbnry H \ ," .From'HeeirflJe by PcHoV treek PermairvQle -' .FTDioInUJe f_ ; .J'IVIII I.e eetbydilsqea Qr6MA
toroJ Trom Sugar GrortynpCove ,crtdc'J and : "Trom Camden,by Bee Tree' And Long- ''Moont,AVtHar''OiV MTtg\Ptit f'i -CU mn d /From dattanoogt,Tecn. 'by. : Eoevffle,'. ,p4 J"
0' .J"J1IDI dIg3y1TIP1W4Pwa,4Twwbutv'KyJ. loan''.creek, *Tayiorsvilk in the.StateFrora town, toRidgeway.B .- Cross RoadsChappeiPi BrUtp aad Vaag mTihe Baton...to Cheftet.GL.Q., Ga.JoJ'rir1'a; ; "t From(Lexington to texbigton
: .'. IAndic'mud ciTro '. ,.t 'Pautde1ioTillcT'ai .* ,"t Spring Grove.. ,0- -. ', .' .' From UwonviU by Bradley?,.QU' dacejMcK5k1f.Sboa1i F ..C tq. .oJf". From LuitmLb-rru tPite Brr

4aa7ltiNk to1 Trey,.a.--'a. ayica. : yruCnds,1q JJ.mft: 'rom TISte4'Ysezi'iX1I *i4OQIrdele1to Cave '. .,... K1eererton,4Mazasea eoIdwt'aon-
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1Y i tdus. lap-A Hectieual.cruk Bate for the '- The New Orlnadr 'paper bring full re- From the letters brought by tho Cahawba The Lawfca, dcsprrailoes were onred;and Manges waa

Prtslaoev.The re-electioa of LAUNCH OF THE FAWIT. pjrts of the Proceedings l ; the Southern to New Orleans on Saturday last pfA It affords one peculiar pleasure to comment secured found in STOP ld.f la Cnde r)its pillow wm
W. II. Seward to the U'TCt couhterfeit
United This little steamer owned by CcrBry Commercial Convention the PacificRailroad. dated to the 1st last we extract a.few upon individual. jnoney,con.siting .-
Malta Senate eataUiaLt-d U. great on up tTRotWfruoJ ones tb fifties
: ;:) : I fact that the anti-Uver wntiment is puaniount ant was launched in Muc form" and with The subject was .the order ofdebate ktems of more or less importance. fItl9Btated ( fied! in whatever field entnr.nct11pli it itatlon sold pieces of. value varying aDdu.hoaa .

*. ; -- JLpredominent in th .Nvrthu" The appropriate honors from the (opt Caroline Thursday and,consumed the greater *- that there was a seinrawoffire i may .be, and' tho ... .od in one'dollar to twenty dollars ll. .was ta-

: AURDAY' Ep. S 1855. UjUe UtWera and the Know Nothings I street ia :this city on Mondaylast. .A hxrge portion ,of, the dajf. The 'prtacipal .deba arms- few days before the 31,t ult at ,Tatio to its (devetopmcntTnVtppic .1'. ken to Daavilloyand ,thetee to4Phi! d tphia

was distinct and cisire. He i ad throw n\] crowd of ladies IUd g ntleincti'assembled. a house m Caitaguas one of the Tillage'sobarbs. hape to some contracted minds needs no where'he was committed default 01
t.f Arkansas
down tie their ..uni tea leisCotAL. z? PINt
gaubtlet as : OOO bail.
$ which
emy (the in
The occtipyer room ,
to witness this the first Littnchyithia .the natural .
notice and is
iTIoN$. OP UttlTLD STATES SEX: in the Senate and lhy'had taken tt 'p. whoso remarks arc reported by tLe Pieajr- the arms-rifle--were found is understood upon as. "T -

:iPs ATOll.L.iOnIuN&7 .. It snrm'*unted tbvir tUg-ctaff oar Novenibfrelteuuns corporate" limits. .CapL Coxettvr of the flf,1n, fulL They 'were-;made 1 ia the presence to be a young man, native of the Canary Sequence timo ,:labor, and means, fashioned CRE8"IOSA.w
the GUi lust. -WILLIAM- U. and, bearing .aloft, the steamer Carolina,of Charleston, acted as I of a large::audience! in tW I gallery aswell Islands, who was an intimate .associate of for a designed end. But cot so. each W. nrNCTO(F b d..- 1 he French Sw&.
Know Jtvtliuiga enUrtd the.Aonembly to "Godfather" the of the In who suffered by at:on Bill,a* it patsed U. I1ouse.g.
:rwitDj the1't.African nominee at christening of the.Ce !whom the late Montes de Oca, advance of the individual in the field of improvement t
Whig WIItoIL. as nvctition itself by .
superaeile biiu his in.tU Senate
or |revent clecUwn. The the at Cardenas (if we remember :n up to-day. Mr. Waits
< f-tlt&t; i U. S. Senate iy the Leg- mure sanguine uf thnr.members.were con- f&ntciafL .. O'I1r received with approbation. 'During aright garrotte) coon after the second, expedition of ,but widens, it, and, suggests W New Hampshire, the successor of Mt5,

,Mature of New York for the 'term or six: fiUvut bf 8--t.e; order commandedthe Remarks were made on the' Intel'eltingoccaSion hU remark the distinguished speaker the unfortunate Lopez I Only twentyeev- another, and another. Man 'Is :imitative, Koaai, opposed it ia 'aa able speech.. He

< ,jeara,from the 4th. of JJarch next. His balance ut power, ktid yet on the ,appointed by'.C l'.. Bryant ,and.McInttwh, said : eu rifles were seised although four .hundred especially so,when be expects greater gain, intimated.an' ejection to the Bill, that

,majority on joint Ullot was six rotes.iron. rendered day of the tournament' they aur- after which the Favn slid gracefully: "andeasily I "The coan"'merciat.lntere6u vdlc country r weie conceded Dot far off. This .circumstance greater applause. 'This )U but an 'bonelt inTolved a Question of politicalconsUtea-
too eTl. This
I Lyman,TrumbuH, has been electedC akacv.. glare. without" .breaking into. the waters "of the .noble' St. demand Paatic Iailnadand i if the&>uth however, has' put the Captain and a 'generous rivalry thus 'as soon Is cy.n with the President.objection who u likely' to prevail

.M the United States Senate, from IlLnoirj: In the Senate five Know Nothings toted Johns, her appearance upon the Ixwoms' of r do not, the North will build it. and that indirection means Gcuvral ascertained on the'gul rite that,:and'an expedition has by some. is each.become apparent,great good naturally. B 11 while l ift Congress, and voted may against think bite the

*'for the term of six yean, from the 4th 'of fui.ard and his majority was fire a whoso waters was greeted with,the shouts I they Will eflect that will it benefit by the the aid North of ,Government and about to leave the United Stales shortly results from it, 4 '1 'w j clf bonnd by 'Tpolit.cal eDtisistencT" t.

March sext. Mr.' TrombuH will succeed clear Know' otLiDg nuj r1ty. In the As- of the.assembled! multitude and the booming .uiouej1. top Now God helps them for tLat ixland. 'iwo or three gentlemen We happened to stroll up town on Monday veto it. _No one, is however, trepared tosav
f .Gen.: iM'ShIe1'd., who,was a cindiditelote.election fccuiblj the seven his Know nujonty\othings wa* "voting'elt'e. but for him had of the old ''24' which usually gpcaka wno help themselves. Are we able to help were sent for by Gen. Concha, upon his them obtaining last and were attracted by ratLer an Mr.what Ht'Mra the \and" -Mr.will V _
this information 3hllOJI
steamboat occasions in. which'our oureelvea? have we the manhood and the : Amongst ... attempted
the Lot there have people unusual concourse of women icluldr
by Democracy, was opposed him would been a majority 1 Or tlhll sit still and the was the Acting Consul uf the United States: menj W pn.CTffe fotoe amrn Jnents to the Ml!
d.bat tcd eombinatioa of Know against bun of two. 11m the toteof are interested.We energy we see assembk'd and inquiry learned but it was l the ,
by Whigs commerce of all the world diverted from us lie however, knew nothing of the wiljjectof upon urj.ts< oa .part of its friend.,
Xrthiags/aad .Abolitionists. The head tacit I.QUOV and the election of sew aruweredcciUvdby hope the Fa vn may prove a source and uecd f-r the ixorn of new l'AlruJ'ru the expedition. It docs not appear that the steamboat built by the energy ol hat any acne ndunent would defeat it, ur

._..!::front of Gen. Shields's offending seems result ma> be clunked Know othlng partly to rules the 'llie despotic of profit to her enterpr&singpropnetor. and Balbec of the North 1 Shall we be much of an;'thing has been done about it. Col. Bryant \Velaka. was.about being; I' at ihe this other leAiuo.Hou e The could bill not again reach it
lucre mulatto ball given on
to Lare been that be was born in Irelandd dibcij4me the Know Nothings and deterred from acting b\ the sneers of a few was a grand Cawhaw- launched. Pior to the removal of "tie vote of 2J to 17-svvtral finally passed by a
THE LADIES' PAIR. aud the denunciations f few Monday evening, previous to the senators I avtnr
prints politicians
e a '
vpted tor the Nebraska BilL the consequent mutiny ol sonic members The Fair or the* ladies of the Episcopal I The South must be independentof ba'd sailing, at which the Captain General prups CuPs Bryant, Mcintosh and Capt. paired .(T. Mr. K VANS v led fur the bill

Toe Legislature \Yicconiin has elected ot|rtly the to bewarJ the spoils> 'and labors the superior but tactics tluu Church on Wednesday evening, was truly the North.. ill the Uni"ii. biie: mu t presided, and at which the other ch. f e fl> CoxcUr addressed the auditory, but owing and Mr. Du fLU took occasion, while making
t Charles'Dorkee'to succeed lion. Isaac P. i nt ; more comaiuiiication cials (f the i island "U8III j." the a few remarks in support of an amendloent
to all other causes combined to the prvdotamant a splendid affair. It w as well attended I open a wIth the commer- to great distance, we could only now -
Walker cial nations of the earth in Southern keel No fewer than eight citizens of the United (9 express ida disapprobation of the
I in the Senate of the United antIslaerseIItdueut the I and then hear of sentences by -
State'i in AsSeiuolj by gentlemen and t ladies who seemed I parts spoken
I lair mode
States The first claims
and Southern bottuuis. The live oak ol are in the city. two I : : were urged nj-m the
tJx the I
for years from the 4th of March next. NorUurn in Mates.State and throughout the to vie with each other in their efforts to I the Sooth is &I good as the white oak of named Winn and Chauncey, have been imprisoned each. We are sorry we were. so 'unfortunately GoternBHnt. by: ,peculators, and tot say

Mr. Dnrkec .ma the fusion' abolition C S S C C C C advance a good cause by rendering occasion the North." many' mouths under a charge ofhaving ritOateet; as not to have Wen able t*> at he should rebuke and repudiate sura

adati.ItwiUthusbe. Mr. Pike beleived the South be feelingly been engaged in tile African slave influence, in, ILlS. tare, by voting
lie Nebraska bill was passed. The antislavery one t>f extreme pleasantness, as well I to bear what we have etcry reason to believe ; againstth
that three of II trade! Then there aNugutine Montuu t bill. A number citizens
perceived alice to the necessity of these measure ef Charles
in the North in- I lost After the
agitation was of The we somethinp/J/w. speeches
as a source profit. ,
supper preparedon Iud Colin ho it is well kiuiw n. are entirely : son were interested aLit bill
thciDost; violent and unscrupulous demagogues revived like *, and n.ad10 adopt any feasible w as chuataats,
etautly before
nothing it the occasion reflected great credit upon I means for them into execution. innocent of any hand in the assassination -I the boat made her debut upon the waters, and lie had received letters from two elder
la the north and men limit bitter and the late round of \oth lectionsivts carrying
us the thus nl far.i '1 the ladies who prepared it, an appreciation I He was not MBducd to the idea that the Castenado, with.which they arecharged. which was greeted by the roar of artillery hi, ladies there rvqutstiog him ta,svfeport
J their denunciations of the institutions of Con&cquet.ctti uettdminutration -
road'should take its Then there aru Capt. McCnlloch Like it and he wi>ukl a glad to do so it be
part, ir.iu New Hani shire of which wae manifested by the goodlycumpanJ. proposed start from antI the cheers of the assemblage. a
the south have been elevated to seats in ) } and '. and mate of the could
die state he represented it should hare hits Campbell tJl4capt.ain
to MibSuuri is iiu"rally dealru l-do 'Ihe who attacked its most vulnerable ; thing of life she moved o'er the crests of
) ,
'the Senate of the United States, by a fusion national whig was broaeu and support in whatever Southern State it! be schooner J. \\ While, and lastly I Felix The bifl will po at once to the President,
pari up points with so much skill and avidity. The the laughing waves who in turn held the and tiust be retufi.ed
and who coiifiucd within
of all the if ins fur which that section disbanded With thu election. of i'lercv. gan. Alluding to the granite coal, ..,the Estrampcs, are in sept ten days ; so
.pc.-cimensoC needle-work exhibited for cell in the More Cali tic. in their embrace., it will bmrtnc a 1... The
of the Union has recently become so noto- Chaos had cone again when the mysterious -, sale, rUpIeg of his Mate: which uuly ne-etltd an ate Fawn trembling saints of the
hnow Jsottiiugs rope to the eurlace ,. aud which went off at remunerative prices avenue to'market to make them AoUh.-e:4: Mr. William Sidney Smith, late Secretary .Success to Col. B. .May his toast sanguine cU.maMt5 have andwllcdly bad much intluei -
against the liuckateniig; corruptioi ol the would have done credit to section of was workiig fur expectation be realized! Success tu paerags
by the enemies of the national Democracy. old MTt:es Hud this rotten any the hjle South. lie beg e-d n eoibers to been promoted to the'ice Consulship at docks baL and without MKb agency the attention
} auuniiiatraUoii, the The him the first who from our
office man
country. post arrangements, : Trinidad as of Congress would
this islauL hare
The election too, in conjunction and In fovorof a coiiectvatne stand continue to give their countenance to these in never been directed
the upon too, were conducted with that regularity Commercial Conventions '1 hey tlo and 111 iji said that the new battalion of Caz- has built and launched the first steamboat. to the menus of the claim. 'Amonr
with those which we have chronicled above slavery question. On tl1:11 whoUbouivplathmu
wt had supposed that ti.e Know and precision which might have been expected must produce impreaaioiis on the public adores are armed with Minnie Kiftes in the May the spirit improvement continue to those who at the late and the present session

of JIarUn an Abolition Whig a few weeks Nothings; uad buejt the State ot Missachuwtis from its accomplished manager aud I mind, and must lead to m>ulta. A gnat iou of which, it is stated they hate made increase, and foster emulation which nut have been most active and inflae taJ
since to succeed lion. A. C.Dodge in Ion A is also slated that Gen. in prvwmg tile
great n.ca.-nrc the
and that the though Altered speech or in writ tin?, progress. national upon attention
possibly might her but
individual resources
lovely tant. only developes -
and of that ranting Abolitionist, Wilson in bi;iul.zc tin.ir natiuiul CUll ll in the a suing, a sentiment, may produce, as suchhave .Monzano enlisting in the country all the of Congrtu, is the Hon. I. E. HOLMIJ, Whorepresented .
We are pleased learn that the avails r induce enroll and to which science and art owe the '
produced gnat results. Let this free negroes hum he can to. Charleston claimants.
'Massachusetts plainly) shows the utter dis- dtleat of SC\\an.1' 1'\- Itelioo. but they ,
jvgard of the fusionists for that ability and ha>c vltCleU an ultra tree Mikrfr.m .MaSaachukett the Fair were greater than could have been Comenuon give utterance to one great themselves' among the brave defenders of their prominence. Ibe Texas GreditotV Bill was takrt up
and that thcught and let it be the emWd.DJenL of Cuba." of is markedby in the House to-d"yand will probably rass.
as their lirtt Senator m Congress, expected they will, at an early a The characteristic the age
integrity fur an individual occupying mighty arm of iron stretched the boon after leaving the Morn the Cahawba Ibis bill provides fur the payment of $8
across -
and their .d tutorial .
aduotuitut is
M-cu< period, be appropriated to the laudable object its watchword and we are truly
a seat in the councils of the nation. the -d'"ct 1 ot'e''I' Illoud( cont uent and grasj.ing the Pacific. Great lasted two English hne-of-battle ships, progress; 500000 to the creditors t-f Inca whoar*

Tlte chief) in fact the only,qualification (I) ilr toticltlaloU l lIS I1U11 licet. The Know for which they were realized. cheering] Aud wizen that time shall c.meit vtandtng into Havana. One of them bore happy to see a spirit of improvement secured by pledges of cu tcma' revenue

possessed by the gentlemen so recently NoUiin;H in toe N:>rth ate iwwcrlcje! agaui&i "UP will be to one standing by the side of the flag ot a Hear: Admiral of the U lute. commenced. We hope it may be continued uponthe following conditions, wit: First
SHE BtSES. the r.1iliJo\'er which the trade of the worldis that the creditors shall value all their debts
the auti-kta\ir wntiuati.t tvukcd bj tit and for each home enterprise w'e will
> ,
elected from the Northern States herein The fine three
JKJUiinirtiat.oM m.lf story brick building,erected rushing, a source of pride and pratihca- against Texts and the United btates, which
uefept-iatv fca\mj cif -
mentioned to the Senate, are that they |> dieut oi the Avtraeka bill. 1 1t4t uiuai on nay street by our enterprising fel (ion that he was a member of the Commercial THE KIJiVEY EXPEDITION. heartily join : andjg: f in. and with debts are secured by the custom, amount-

!re brawling, loud-mouthed adule-pattd |,ull with_ cum-utor oe dritvu)a horv low-citizen,Cu!. SAM Mis, has risen to nearly' Conventjou, at New Urleaus, in which As Ibis matter i ia attracting a great deal the enthusiasm it must call forth, we will ing on the first Jul,". IbSO, when Texas

:enemies of the AMERICAN UOMTITITIO.N, dear as ua,IIgtiL lhu, in the election ot her allotted height, and will soon be completed the measures were ornriiuted that had resulted of attention. not only at the scat of government respond- with the -eeneral hurrah hurrah I .'** a law to stop interest without t*,-
\\iSoiittuJtlie rt-clccliuii it-ward We in rearing the proudcat luoiiinueiit but also here we propose to give hurrah ing princ-pal to $9:5".,K90. and which"willan
: and never fail to let an opportunity pass to ready fur occupancy. A portion of of the ;ount with interest added
have the key to the next Treaidentul cam a a br.tf account of the scheme as proposed on lit vf next
yevile that sacred instrument and its Jl'Ai;o. It will be a sectional cau\aa8, II the third floor of the building is to be finished by Us projects, and the country in which Troops for Florida. July to 11,fc ,S49, Second, that Texas ,

framers and descant npon that higher lav meuley, a o.niUstU feUenlU nglit, a tcrub for the use of the Masonic fraternity, ; IRE STATE 07 OSZOOH- the.r operations, are to be carried out. The authorities at determined shall l release the United States from the

q !by,'which they pretend to be governed..Upon .- race. iNo dciuociatiC i>aUiuii,rv Couveiit the rapid and substantial increase whose I The bill wnich pasted the ifou.c of RepreseitUtnes Between the 9th and 15th degree of Washington having payment of the reserved five millions un

the heels of these Senatorial elections tan } itui up a |tUtfoiiu that w nl stand I numbers demands and on \lun(1..y ht(t f.rovidea that north latitude on the eastern coast of Centra on a change of policy towards our der the Boundary Act which with interest -
ou ix,th bided ot \ jii and Di ou'a hilt more room a larger the people of the 'lerr.tory ot Oiegon be America, theae is a tract of land posneosing Indian neighbors, are placing troops at various added, and premium on 1st of next July
we observe that the Legislatures of It will Uc top heavy, and must tall over, on hall than they at present occupy. The residue authorized: to form "a Constitution and about four hundred miles of sea points on the peninsular of Florida. will amount tu 0,303.049, and that Texas

Michigan and Illinois have instructed their one siue or the other. No whig national of the saute floor will be finished fora State Government, and be admitted into coast, and running inward towards the Our Key Vest correspondent informs < shall al\ release her claim for Indian spoliations
n t
Senators and requested their Representatives conu-ntiou Will we dare say, Iattempted.ebhallprub4ulj public assembly room, and will be sufficiently the Union on an equal footing jrith the Cindenllas, an average of about sixty miles that the U. S. Revenue Cutter Sea L rift. 3 junior to annexation, amounting t.

in Congress to vote for the repeal of, \\ \. .Norihetu coaiition large to accommodate a vast concourse original States in all respects whatever, by in breath, which on the 24th of January, Lieut. W. P. Randolph, arrived at that port 115,049.*
antl-e.a\'crJ. ticket a Northern deuiocialic the name of the Stare of Oregon. 'I he III the year 18o9, was convened by Robert
Slave Law and tl.e restoration ; the 8th tifet. and
the that the
Fugitive The on reporti transport -
people. second floor will be J tUlin Ftb.
usual Courts 10.
coiiMivtkU ticket, aa tar &Ii coii- are to be established, and until Charles }Frederic the Mosquito Indian -Mr. Witiojr, cf
of the odious Missouri Compromise.Such veoieut ; II Southern democratic ticket ; a ., rendered suitable for offices, and the first I, another census and apportionment the King, to Samuel au.1 Peter Shepherd, anti lauded ship three Ua'etlwond Corajan: Capt.ol the Nelson 1st Artillery, Lad Massachusetts took his seat in the-. Senate

acts as these, might cause in us Southern opposition ticket, and iude|. n- or street floor will be used for mercantile new State is to be entitled to one Representative -i Stanislaus bonus Ilaly. From these under command of Capt. 11. A. Hill at Key to-day.
with the future deiu ek-cierai KLWH tickets in the Congress of the United David b. Healing Wil- In tie House a resolution was paired
gloomy forebodings regard to Nothing in an houses it being so divided as to admit of grantees Virginia. Biscayne previous to the 2d tilL !
political condition of our ,beloved the Mates, J lea lug the ibauv vt their candidate its being occu] d for four houses of this btates. Jt'ct.ous 16 and :;6 ineve-r. township I.am Coat Johnson of 31a1'J Laud. James which"ilar she sailed for New Orleans., tpon granting Law. the benefits of the Bounty Land
Jr Pieaideut tar of the public lands in said State from to those Choctaws who served in the
&Ii as they arc co.iwnivd are to Cooper| now senator Pennsvlvanm Dallies
country. But we place the utmost reliance North and South, to be ceieruiineu description. On the whole the building is be granted for tbe use of scbojU ; two entire and others, subsequently dented the title Fort at the mouth of Miami is to anuy during the wan.

upon the national Democracy of the Unionto in a luliitiial council. Among; the" con- an ornament to the town.TKEnORIDA.. sect.o are to be given fir the use and to a portion thereof. be garrisoned will by two of the companies, and 1 he house also' jossed an appropriation
the third be marched to burn River.rhcbcHM .
from tLe M-ctional support til a unoeraity and bome time Senator for building four Revenue Cutters and thra
save as impending storm now flictiiig; jart.es slid lactioiiE, the J ten ent reectious after.'ard. Cooler >nrr K. E. Potter bad been
hovering over as. With such men in power election of l the next i'iva.tent will prooably are to be appropriated for niplelm,; conceived the idea of col mizing this territory lighten the stores &c., landing engaged them- went into Committee of the \ hole upon

as President PicacE and his Cabinet adiiern be thrown U|>oii the ilouee of Kepix- This steamer under charge of CaptainS tbe public buildings of said, btate, or for by emigrants from the lTnted States. : at the Miami. private bills.
eutatitett; and there the couatilutioa h aproviueu ( her deservedly the erecting of others. lice percent. of lie first h proposed to Gen. Shields to take
sustained in Congress by our ownYUM. a mscue. EWAILT1 popular commander the nett proce-edd of the sale of the public command of the colonists ; but the general The Herald of the 2oth nit, however. I Wathington Ftb. 12.-rln the Senate, to

the eloquent and powerful.BcrLta 'J be constitution ordains that in the armed here from Charleston at an lauds lying within the State are to be paidto declined. At this time it wa supposedthat contains the following edit.rial- day the Indian Appropriation Bill was

;South Carolina, IVCRSON, SLIDCLL Hi'irza *- e\cnt of the Liilure to elect a 1'rt-oident bjt catty hour on Thursday morning having the State for the purpose making public the Nicaragua.Transit Company would We had the pleasure of a short interview amended by cancelling the obligation. of

DocCLAt and other equally u chinlJi. the people, the three highest caiidicale-'a been detained one day on her trip by head roads and canals in the haute as'Jim Ltgisj take an interest in the matter, as some of on Thursday morning with Capt. Casey uf 'the government to the North Carolina In

Shall go up to toe. llourvol iieiiiv e.itativea w inds and a rough sea. Wt are under obligations iature thereof shall direct, upon coqditiou its ineuutgis had proposed to do; but it has the U. S. Army, whu had retumed on the dians.and perm:t ting them to remain as
and able friends of the Constitution and and that there Lc no inttrfcrence with been discovered that the citizens; also by providing fur the
lie colocxa-
that i4JC them snail tuerc oc thoe ii .to her pn- sihcu companywere day previous from Fort MJ rrs, whither he
attentive Purser
the Union, we hope to avert the lad calamities But MI the mode of this tretioa: lies the M. II. mary disposal Utbo soil withiu tbe same unfriendly to the colonizing plan, and had been on business Cnllt.'Ctedvit.b his lion of the Texas Indians.

w-hich might, and doubtle would self {'irotecting rescr\at.ou to the SouthLien HOC.EKO, for Charleston and New York pa and that n' tax is to be laid upon. the prefered to occupy the territory without supervisorship over the Indians. The house parsed the Senate Bill au-

,otherwise befall this glorious Union. uie shall oll.r cast 0:1" tote ; aud pers in advance. the mail. i iETEAUZB lands of the L. Slates and ro higher tax the interference of individuals from the We are sorry to learn from him that the ,thorizing the President to confer the rank

thus flonda witu her oiu rtiiixoeuutue upou noun:51t1cnt'pn.pl etor. than upj.i btates.In few remaining savage, or a majority of of Lieutenant General on Gen SCOTT.

in the Iiou&e, will be equal to Nvw lerk. SZKZNOL& rosidents.-Nc.ttl'onallnteUigenctr.[ the month November last.Col. Henry them, manifest an invincible determination
with her thirty-thne. 'll litre are now We are glad to learn that this Steamerwill L. Kinney being in the city of New" not to acceJe tu the proposition for their : rxox CaLtroaxia.
the arrival of the if.Johns from Sa- thirtiMi l&tt'S-Stiiten 1'reo'atites, ai.d be ready to take her regular place inlIne KANSAS.To York, Mr. Johnson proposed to him the peaceable removal beyond the limits of the New Orleans, Feb. 12.-Tbe steam ship

Tannah, yesterday .'e.re placed m pobk6- hfbet-n blave I Mtiea, cudiug IMawaiv. next w -. She will proceed to Wela- the Editor of the Enjuircr: enterprise of colonizing this region. Col. btate. A considerable number the |party Prometheu has arrived (rom San Juau

lion of papers, containing startling news inc 'tlll 11a\1 a m'j,.nty oi o.. Vote ; LtxiMro.\. .Mi>.. Jan 8. 1851. Koiney.. alter examining the allairs of the averse to this "teD.were in attendance at with California advices to the 24th nIL
from Havana which was received, by the but in the coiidict I ite eii rival Not them ka to take freight which was was sent thereto Gentlemen here is a mistaken idea company, agreed to undertake upon the Fort Mj era. manifesting much excitementand The Northern

Savannah and candidates the vote of Lahf ru.a will be meet her on the trip advertised, but among the Southern jieople relative to the condition that he should be empowered to solicitude to know what the concentration Light left San Juan ea
Isabel confirmed
by the fumcient to turn thc scale lavorol Boston Abolition At land make titles and do all that the Ctn inst.. for New-York with 200
in I auj j which the accident to her prevented being Emigrant 1 Society Bending grant of troops at that point meant. passengers
'Empire City. Many persons suspected of coiibenatite canUtoUU UJK/U whotu the made. out emigrants to Kansas 'fenitor/ might.be requisite to provide homes and Tuis party in. the most adroit manner, and $GOO.000 in gold.

being engaged ii filibustering have been South may be united. Northern Abolition prints hate stated,and protect those who might associate with managed tu prevent an interview or talk TheCalCornia; news is unimportant.

garroted by the autltoritiesin Havana, and r'roin the present complexion of things, lion. 13. L. Yulee Senator, elect from repeated over again, that said society have slim an the enterprise. Ibis was accededto by Capt. Casey with that portion of the No choice had taken place for United
Gen. Con is said to be fully advised of then, it will bu the pel;c> ut the South in Florida passed through Charleston the sent to Kaiisa. a perfect host of voters al- IJj' the owners of the land, and the colonel tribe which had on previous occ..aaions evinced States
on Senator the
the next 1 residential cant ass, to secure one inoft enough to carry the elections in every for In with took measures to enrol suchliersoiis a disposition to emigrate. A portion by Legislature,although
the movements and designs of the filhbus- of the time higfieet candidates from the; 7th inst., en route for the north, whether precinct, and rule the territory at discre as he deemed suitable (or pioneers of tire troops stationed at Fort My res, are tw< ntj.two ballots had been bad.

ten in the United States. CoL Kinney is eople as a c.tlld.date before the House. he has gone to negotiate for the purchase tion. This is utterly false, gotten up to m the new country. now penetrating the interior of that country Advices from Oregon to the 13th instant

said to be the chief of the present expedition Otherwise they may have to choose between of iron fur the Florida Railroad, of which deceive the Southern people, and keep them '1'he object of the colonel is to inshore a cutting roads and niak:ng other demouBtnitions state that the Indians bad attacked and

and Generals Qnitman and Hender three wen each man of them more company he isPresident.Aasivu.s.ChiefJustice. from emigrating to the territory with settlement of the land by making a joint that the war i is up and that the murdered fire whites near Orleans. Th.
or less pledged agauiat t the extension of their" blaves. The recent election in the stock company of a million; share, the par kind overtures of our Government are no troop had gone in pursuit of them, and K
son the prime movers. The steamer Pam sister), in any shape or form. UALTZCLL territory shows that this boasted flock of value (.f which shall be five dollars' eaciii longer tu'be treated with contempt. We general war was expected. The Indiana
Pro a.part of expedition to Abolition hirelings not in the thereof be interested that the were nUDlt'rucaS ami well armed.
conveys The abuse extracts from a late number Associate are trrritory, possessors pro yet hope deluded wretches will
the Justices Doiotm and OIPOMT and that the oT the rota to Uwir m the Hie) San Francisco markets were dull
according stock
Island. Seven hundred acres of land the New York Herald frauds slavery outnumber gains darken to the voice of reason, and not"embroil -
aN offered to each private engaged in the the leading a ho- have arrived in town, preparatory to the the opposition fifty .to one. We of the company-and he also proposes to the-miclves in a war of inevitable. des i and declinin. .

cite of the Dew secret political association i opening of the term of the Supreme Court are confident, up m tht: jwirt of Missouri, sell to emlgt'anlslotli of land containing 16o, truction. : Pcrrsrivacia t'. S.

expedition. in that city, contain, we fear, too many i on Monday next. that Kansas will be, made slave State ; acres each, at a sum not exceeding, for the SCSATOC.
and hope that ail those -who desire presentJO cents per acre. i JarriaburgJb.lO..Cn.Szsaos CAMSnox .
truths and abundant food for reflection to em- '
Mxmsrrx TO *?Aiir. LYI Cacl'IT COl'_T.TL migrata there from tbe South, will not The (act the climate is salubrious .and Alleged Great Kxcltemeat la 'U Ta&a. has .been noru"'Dl.ted'' by the Kaev
'The President has and southern men. It indicate, we fear, too Spring term of the Ihe bavanuah Journal and Courierr; of
,appointed by sutler themselves to be deceive-1 by the the soil rich, ((leid ng them tnree crops of Nothing caucus for U.S. Senator. .
will) the advice tad consent of the Senate, truly the fact, that henceforth let whatever Circuit Court for this county will be held Northern journals, as'to. the kind of people uf corn er).ear,) has attracted the attention Saturday says: .

JJ .1Ancaatu. Senator from I party or faction; that nuy be,upperm l at at the CourtHouse. in this City on the 3d they will! have to reside. with after,' they .of ter, many of our enterprising young By. tl' e arrival this rooming of the Manufacture of Bum.'

Iowa; Ui.Si Minister to Spain. Hon. J. C.1 the north we are to li the vjctiina. Ihe Monday in March.Jg" Lave arrived there. wen, and in New Ur.cans. \ashing lIlutJ.l" ttcltou ilavaua ier Abbott Uevereux, Capt. ;AicuontIruiu Probably, the only menuft tu. ia i tW
that UPPER MISSOURI. said New York, there is a strong we advices from lllat Ncrt'.ern: States which is
Brtkeoridfe who had been I only good was everexpecled by.southern the hone tu buiulay ;last, tin carried on prefitabfy -.
previously apol4sncceed'Mr. Among, arrivals at the Buf- deposition to engage in the undertaking. up ebuary at the present time is that

Souls declined the 'men to result from'the K.IOW Xotliing fington House on Wednesday last, we notice ttJULROAD MEETINO.IN H ISOI1. Ihe present administration look favorably& "W.le"a that at Ole Line utILe ea.Liig! an)inia was ouver Ufure au profitable of run,
1DOYtment was, that it might possibly Uw scheme hate been of the bchouuer, anti {or *tvri ua s.JM\-. aa
fcooor. bj as they the
assured -
Cjpt., JAS. FKEEBOAN of the steamer At upon at present tuna ;The diltiI1eriN'al)
creating new use 's kill otf.the. abolition large: andre.pectabhe meeting of the by projectors., that the colonists sioucly, great exutemtnt exa..t .t.1Iu thrimgh tlto ordera
cuwt"18 for
rep: weather at the corth for the past eutini atat the : M. Johns. citizens of Madison County, held at Madison mean to engage in no hlltbustermgexploiu in aut.cij>aiion of the laa..i1lli pI' Ueuer weeks and months many
4 irth.. ittt it C. II. for the ahead atpncc& which
iirw.weeks has beea'i coldcolduill appears purpose of taking into but with a warm welcome(ruin the present (juituiaa, wLo wa* reported and .Ldl''ttl yield thcsva handred
that the only (irrjcticaJ result has been to THE MAI t...-The Semlnole not yet having consideration the bill passed by the l late inhabitants tube 011'i1o Island with a forcvufLu.s- per cent profit. This
they uieafl to themselves
fact than, before for twenty years. In i strengthen and gire impetus to that *entiment resumed her place in Savannah line Legislature of Honda providing for the in the new region, tu cultivate the- ti thwsand lU u. lh Crewtc crete tugu- state prohibition of things of the has been occasioned by tbs
the Dorthernpart of Jfew York the them.teil'oi and to afford 11 member of other the U. S. mails due by her on Wednesday encouragement of a l.ccral; ej stein of'Internal earth, engage in commerce and build op {j' e-atvd; but it \** but .uppoa i thai Uieyoould Franc: and.&lgiom. wbioh of has gram caused ia

a few days indicated degree parties aft racier mode of sliding Into Free were brought by the St. Juhnt on jester- Improvement within tbe State of Flor cities, upon which U tu bo on? uf Ihe great render muca a**; Uuctr W \4c1cf large,ordera, finns those countries for rum

Umperature/orf degrtet belcnt zero. : ida.On thoroughfares, through the Auwruwu continent U\ i\rs, indeed Capu Alcuuru thiuas the from the United States,
Soilism. 8boukl not these development day. I motion of Judge John (J.. McGechee, pjivtKnl Captain Oeoe-rat(, Coocha lice Wade from New York fur France Every'aad packet sbiy

The health.OfJIon.'Hamilton Fish. Sen at oooe satisfy every Southern man. who and W. P.G.MOjELgyf ALT. : was called to the Cuair, I The first band colonist will& sail from iiimselt'and adiniuitttratioa popular wiLls all siomrriceout. aQ.th. rum .bi Germany,.r,. 5..
had any leaning towards the The spirit of William Pi Earl of Chatham BKIMOM appointed becrotarj. i lta so. thai it may ,tie ptvauuied that
tt New
alar In Congress from New York, is so delicate new party Judge John C. .Jeeiiw York in the early part of February had in the market as part.:of her carp
tW be Itu been compelled to rrpair an-i Bid e lanD at o.icu tll avoid all delivered, lecture to some spiritualists object of the explained- toe for Grey town, or a point not far distant lAte ducouteiit uu the lslaudui uot M> widespread The aniilC"l1! tITs 48, cents a gallon

connectkiu with them, and m truth to look Syracuse, New York a few meeting. therefrom-and their numbers will soon now as furnwrly, .5. ; and the profit may easily be calculate
to the Island of.Cuba. &>r.the.benefit thereft day ago, HIe'meetiug then addressed by CoL thereafter be "l'no SpantaielIecc.utshting 01. twuiar whed tt i. .
with increased by accessions known hat the molasses
suspicion all political 1 and which was B.C.. coat bol
,.. elton even eloquent that tbe meeting, Pope, his Excellency Uor. JJrootne from Mobile New Orleans aud atnwel'lL ,.fltLltresflsilIiig; tassels-a Crt' little moro thaa 20"
rrligiods! movvtuents, etuenatiug from the by res-olution, thanked, .the ghost No .and tbe lion. Waddr' .Ihonipson. Baltimore, The Trifling 'ex.peo of an outfit gate sloop of war, and bngy left Uw port"( hundred gallons of molassea a gallon will and on*

lD ,Geofs>.(N..Y.) ;:Gazette announce*I ,Northern section of our country 7 Have we doubt tbe.ghost was very much gratified CoL B. tyPvpe then offered the follow and passage will command the attention iiaraiu last bainrday on a cruis*w; Halloo at rum. A large portion make of i tha 95
jibe failure($ 8.,Kldder banker not enemies with ing Hesitations, which were unanimously of of the hlibu*\rs, Two British.. *h1tLuGoi ,
i ;prirate enough alivaJy, without this mark of approval. adopted: many who cannot bear the oust of a more molasses in tb. Untied btates has jost been
with lia.biJit e. to the amount of 8200,000. driving -into-.,thvir ranks the foreign an4 Itetolnd That tbe County' of exendedopge, and the prospect' of immediate the line entered several tUe harbor Sunday,morning bought'up on French ;lecoon At Portland
'. Madison and .
He-was sofe-pr or the"'Baintmdge' Catholic ? Of the total amount of.$500,000,000 said and remunerating employment, others went hourly expuUed ,: ,) hhds were parcbased last week
part owner vote, who have heretofore been subscribe one hundred.and lift/ thousand for the defeucta of.the,island. ,
to be invested In ffora' the tide of for ..
migration I to
railroads arising shipment France. Boston
in. the -
'WDd United dollars TrATtlle
'Eanfc for.the
; 'of HomelUviIJe.botbofwhichawBow.discreditsd \ tb'e ki Cossvrvative purpose of MYe. weans
n> [>ort.on of the ) constructing a uu of knowing
j puUtion Mates through, tho. continent near }h0 &JOlnCor uponwhat The Traveller
one-fourthor $I25OOOot.. means, we suopose that
is estinutrd Uailrvad beginning on the waters( Pensaoola grounds lue ,leant uf the
at 'the in t2ie.free b tite-. r ( disembarkation"teems to. be superior jto bpauish of- .the manufacture cf roiuviMU-Mrrr
-aakdqctya.. .f''f Laitoinut' f, to be entirely sunk to. the,'stock. &Isyt4l connection with tn. Fion- that which now'offered b other tidaU were Uwd. .But one.thmg ". ant \ ,of late 11 does to proJtiabUX -
n r us to set.about heai.nj: holders. da KailroaJ, leading' front Fernandina tu ., any, em- certain if 3 can. nut designto
; juitmau gvUa fU tuvlU till toe '
,,Jtiti Ki sjbeing numerously signed In I all our old diflcrcucies and the concentration GOT."'Wright:_'of_Indiana Cedar Keys., subscription to be con .'fPrar.lun.lcherno.,We hare'a slight. 'acquaintance, .with. ; bocoloneladiokatthizead Island with 0 twenty thousand; men!! ,thc tory'include:when'our that" period New in:England.tar nation's. brethren his
of oar. unitedorccs upon one mart has withdrawn fined to toe grading and Uiuiwr.ng.the said days of her Catholic ;
York for
New reign thwV
of and
requesting the Legislature to from the Methodist Kuadthrungu.Madu 'qtJtbia enterprise : were so bo>ilr :profitably ,employed ia
the Presidency fr the text tune 7 1.iI : Church, assigning, as a >on County. and from what'ir'kn of amended, 'th African wave trade.
opWesd'e;the1 present of dc tcrmyj'Iflg'tbe1 > Jietotced *'* hitn personally 4 Then they manu.
!system di/j>g ,we.caa at, .lcsat thri v' the election reason., that. .hi.pastor was a. w'Y tbing '(tithe .TbaUhlameetJ.tg recommend ire are prepossessed' ia his favor; C '; factured rum ''very profitably indeed ; for
quantity of se. na. I I Vouity Cammxsionew to A of
potatoes, by proceed immediately but those who know him mops Intimately ; CSS? gang uolorwuj cuunte .iten, with it' they' purchased the
mID ths lljaw *>f.UepnwnUUtes, wnere. .to. Qbiuit to.toe ,quolilicj uf under the direction of negroes ia
in ctois -
2iuiqttobars wreipt'lQblti assure us that he.Is qnite the man Cur'an a desperado named Africa and sold them 1 ia tho South for cash'
IIkoc/barreU,>buAh U,.pecks'*.. as the IJeraJsays' we QUI crtai.ilbring LATCH raoM Mexico.ffevQrleant their.votes of Madison County, io express by Undertaking: the present They*. say" Manges has been broken up tu Moutour co, t and molasses, .with which to 'manufacture
over some of the few states'aul secure'the Feb., 11.-Tbe steam ship their wilUngness or unwilling. that the colonists"under bis.direction wilt Pa.,and its te.derurested..J.al.Jrmat..aD" .moro! nun ta boy:more African Thna.
ness to subscribe said
't Jlnui Bie40c4brookisaaderaiTtstin I election of va friend.to.the Sooth Shall we Orlzabd has armed with advices from said? Road should eatd amount.amount,of bit stock).in be protected their' pefon* .acquisitions, ing been received, leading to toe<:detection their cargoes were. from the North mm to
Heir York 'ieha pd with extensive' this : call. and that tho leading"men tho eastern of twu men upon tthum.ww found giOO or African, negroes to'tht and
swind do ur< shall we;,whktl war strength Vera Crux to th.8tb'and tbe city offezio for.by",the Kailroad'Company undertaking on 1600 ha.unuterfeittllhaaad who'uubsequently to New Soqth molaa-.
shore CWtral America sea
'' lYeprornhied to EnglandHence the
| ngp1DwPr.pera procuring the. laser- strengthsyLy$1aihinOurse1veslafag..nditu (o to 5tb instant.A ,: the construction said Koad.CoL made affldavita that had obtained rmprewtoo
aid him end ,his fajen ia: 'their Industrial they that i Yankees were so fond of
: molajscs because -,
'tlon of advertisements all over the-eooatry at th, North. U'H still 'ProvUUmal 1 Government had been U Pope also Inured the appointment avocations and In the'establishment of suchruleiM the money from Maugto, officers of the immense amount cousumed W

tiCs so-called "African. .Art t*' U km," hal hopes of a reaction in favor of'the at Acapulco, having. 'Aanaz, establiahed scnpUctas'of ifs Committee stock of'snd three ia blake sub- shall 1 conduce;to the common' good wttv ..bed while house fur his arrest. 'tbe'manufacture of rum(forth African slave

JDO stieh society having existence. Constitution'the Union aad at : ; accordance Under these circumstances we .look for After with some difficulty :vbtauuug'en. trad. ,They were' therefore,not
aa abiding its head ijntiIthrlial therswUbibe a only gniltv -
of CUAUOS.was Vbairsnaaappuintsd the fol- o4.lD4 finding "Uuic hut bu.
lance emigration of those who'wish 'sncedily -! : JaW!) of mil thu in>OBitie which th., aw>nWto >
-f',Th JJosion Board.of Trade hal Appoint- faith la the conservative element "Q(the U'QOI'II JMU4I1V&o confident hit lowing gentlemea: ,Hammtl' .It. Thomaa.' to become Und"owners and to 'LCIuJndhits and four heavily loaded guns' tbey.uro; tbe klav -trade but they were also guilty -

eel a cnmtsittee to oxmsid r the expsdteoeyssx old Democratic party, aad in a portion of Six?*:A.S4 Rad bsca ahot by "the',rebels. .Donald ions.. F..Livingston. '. ., aDd cuuaucl 1C b s- property I in a region.,)which, under liberal ceededabcMt'tenaukafujUicrto a honsv f the .enormity. of int.educing Into

ctioo la rocognitkiB of the lee.a.t tbe conservative Whigs, They w41 come to ,General LATJCGA, will 'raljers WAIL laws, may soon:oe, nude one of' the in Limestone township, which was .knowj :,(1Iicrniu5bicb ountnbuted greatly totb
tM Uul.B.C.21ppe
> their
< as V Hwwd that.Judge to be a rendexvuoi. theso j rascals.,
l.t. ..occr.M'ne-the assistaoc.*X.a united.Sooth. ,ia any Cumuai cUr & .Matarooras, John C.AlcUreoee be ivque od to act .as. bv4upnbGrountinent..Eo tuss' Htratd wenitohdtb&LM&ngeawainot there,They!but of.people.debasement of'that poor,degraded. raea

tJIi.z Japtn.IK ressnoahls'. 'ct.mand.o loa, as ws lIen! I The revolutionists of .th* Tjthmtu of proxy fur' .the stocxbolden in. Madison pretending to be nhynoaus, and that JJaOi Thia waa indeed itabJ.od in th

.Ts I as We bavt" )berctofon stood: .upon 'the Tehuaatepre have, -declajred 1a faY r of County, at a meeting.to.b*held at 1 toe Cap. 3? A'bill. 'was presented ta tho.'III:. rcV wife was sick, u was t1DaU,1.adaaQw. manafactara of rum and if the law peohl-*

.n. gtoton, who made his escape from Coostitotioa.. ALTKXCX CcaAtto itulouiheblbtnst.Judge' .. ; 'I j jJ nois legisUture,'on ,UM 17th alt. to prevent ledged thai ho waa itain askep. .There* biting the alave trade, wae repealed tomorrow
J John O.Jo .h\I ajoved'tha& the Uie of colored people I they took otf :booU and. revci-
Uo bettfdJt W with bD T' Bail I' carrymg on the upon their. New EnibndOQId send forth
t op .. : A new rtroJatJoo 1 was expected)in,Yjicai procledingsofthe meeting published In railroads of that State :'without 'ths *i Ten lbai4. went stairs and entered tnouaaads b
The Knosr et pro p the same'' buameas and
robbjrrUa ../ jeart ago U'worklngaa sh > Nothing. t taD ;
theloJIdapcTs doctionof certifi t .r
.. :"of 'freedont room;'wb Acylifuoad Uaogeaami :
i'"i\ NvEngbsq4..jouruahiend; peoIIs
'U"A2. q' :/ : i rf l.li .i woaldproclaim
; -arpeoUrI.( at- 1f0D0aJi II tWiaingtoa. ; .N.'C: "onca ': ;, ( ,.a :K t'- mw fitrorahlr Kflxpidjtioo n.) fhWJCftNOj l1r ar railroad company eonvayiag si skve'witboat ti weilteow.' te peradoes ,b::bad. ttbe thetr prafltt d ,Sticcss1 ..
c..ikfa tlO *, ; 1 p.ctcd. librj LHOh.. such oertlfie to'.btHabb to.Kw'Vwwf: a rtjrcw re tfOQS draad tbeyst.teld 1Itr 1
.. GLt iuose'T. :. = eaUrlee
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Mm. Partlngton* Orange Springs Hotel. &c.. sr.iri ... 1., A.mu.ls..raa..y .1..1. tIILle&.3 t ...
r .. t Jntoula.ia. 3i..u547.'JcJn-aa. '
_} Partinstoo bu been, to *e* tbtllassachusetU Vri* VT *% _.- ji tl beUtasspev4 J ssaiPg 1. X. Ua THE FLORIDA NEWS"COUNTING _
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Legislature, tod, as a conseanence "d" rapt 1i..t1'. tTdtI 41fta ;:
JL plted for iJaIAzI7; ,_ I .IP1. Anna Oonte
sooa Arm.t { PUatka Quiney. Warriagton. aub
discourses latter this wise
_. : It off..sppertaalty. farms.r.-- pROP5ALSfora.JLbaahIii1bT4 IIIhiill 52.nef ConcUKwtt Ie fa intorporWsrf f.lU cseOrotit At nOt
. "Orders bf the lay P said Mrs. ParUntotvto prottabte invMt.e.t* In tile eo ntryaao books ". sad buck. a *t,1,' th ideas At dspsslawI MG7 dame .

friend who had taken seat with iIwiU. now.- Tb locution t< *eka w.hdgod lKyK'JMsC1391IesEMk th4ZtatFL4 Loaro Ick.pikkflhia.FrUey at 6 a mi I I. 5rrvu minutes are aflBwedtoeach bctermoe >
. chamber to H on*of Ino BMtt fanrabft for P Me* WA atfl beyeestrad aLibi O r JerntgjaacxteVy by 12s; .doe waeSiBototkorwiM tpeetfltd.for a-
her in the gallery of the Senate arybrrafid*.te Florida wVOeono'WBalpbw .tltwlM. .O.i DeMftaeat, *tbo esty of Wataiart* Leave Jeratga*w.da'l,>*at; i sorting(he a\ails|' butoa raOroadaai stoasanont HOUSE ,

at the name time taking her knitting work Ppringt ia the Cawn,attached to tho He- .un"av/10UrABrtVIS3Sttobo. ldd5.y \ AtrLed kt1beh.1omasadayb,4Ltfl.PaMKelkstnleiZaicm: .. routes there.i to be a* stttt.delay thaaienfleh -

ftuIa the black ridicule.' Orders of the I rot afford ftno'bntaing.' Ae, forth** UborUgwUter 1M 300a April .1SSS,) .ea tho-.roato sad kith* 34 t for aa exchange of the melt bag = 1855. IIi

day, Indeed! Here they are talking about .a .-. *Jrittgtbe7eer8ul Ipb.r. ilmesMIiein1b. aBiJJ.re. ,. sail book;stus...u..tA -- 2. On routes akin lbs nwdo of eonreyatMo' admitsof _

the Stale beiaj as rich as a Jew, and-yet Watet, UK!iSBUehr *0rtod to in sack e es. I. .npate.l" cra. 'the PLmsfl3Lal1saieUaasdsy.Mfl. "'tiaqAnireatJomhgswamey.b6 tt.tho anoeisl agents of die epartsatnt .. :__ -\
HnW" .fIr.Ii..;_A'.u. ;. *SNUtnka,auUlt kKks sat iIa.
time doing business byor- ftrtire'1,7_,.we I' ; ill pad > >, keys ;
they are all t1P tLoavo -
dating from GO to 70 persons, and well furnished. Jetnigat U'keiday at T-nan t *:;t i are to" anr 7d without extra chance. .
*den thongh they hare many bath handed tile memo aro .n pl yet TbaeeT deal,..*of 6801 FranCbartestoo, S. C. by' JneboariOo, arrive at JJeUoaralo nuoo day by 4 ,* .. 3. Ostsibuadas.4 steamboat lines BHOsheai ,- --' JB Iu t1& ; E Z -

*Ia that I 'tfjxHe they harest't got the raonry buying are reao *todto sad tee fortbomdves 1'1& Ma 0 rinM5 oUaKinaM Wl burg Picolata ..S32PruaTaUaMussb7'NsTpint..IEK:' Canada aaitl-when orereJ, are to be oanreytJ ; .
&i-r.h Depend" ft, 1he,'* get along M to the eorroetnott of the above. Mr.J. ,and Orange MiMa to PUatka 300 miles>sail Marks W mike and b* a.thregI.aa..1'ae'uiatMg.dsy UoteSiaamkC j l' without aadduaal .y; ,also Lbs taste agents .1 fl4YINGaJi ; ; .W..i4eztv&

' a good deal better if they paid cash. Legia.Jatmg W. Pearson, at the Springs .ilI give u,noaetsa- bscktwsaaw.sk. : 'Weutuuuiqaa tbe,department, for whose exdnsiro toe, white 7 SIlOihI 1213. "t I0ilt1 E II eeredb.easrvttat
LeavtChariestoaTuesdlryaad Saturday 3 Friday at T ass; '. ( with tae eommoJioos araag. i ,
she ryinbmatiM.ThoH .. "t. ff tcareOiag mails a ear or
ountinoed ns a grrat daty;and 14 5ti -
ol .teteentodon the. Stage Bond pm, f Amv at St Marks taant dart by 1 p*t.> apartaent*the centre of a ear, properly bghtod 1S,16il7Ii8j1S20* IiIFi1fO'TI
it is a rrml treat to sit up here with my through East Hondo -$".mite from Palatka I Arrive at Jaekwwvine next days br I-f Xoare St.Marks Tuotday Taursua,. sad Sat wart e4, and fumid.ed **i adapted to thoeonro.nientsMortaientaaJdno aa.tShthesxec, 21 fl421Si26W; : 2T 2425 77T sbrrtr-j.j.

Im'ttin-work and see 'em make motions at nod .and a half an. from Fort BrinkI.aadie. Lear JaeksonrOte' Wednesday and Sunday at ardy. 4JMj security of the mails le SLzr- :h Thtla..verydim4 -

".adt other, and do other curious acts; ,oa the MIa_ River.ao Itnt .Atrkr at Tallahassee same days by 1 p; to prorkted by the contractor under the dlroc-. jf Ii Lukct,4'
: there wffl insert twice ArriveatPDatkanextdaystytfani; 6832 From TaOabiiMoa,fey MieotakU,' to Ban tics t the department .
"OoargiaSontawr' a
thcug are some minded
contrary tt sfJo 13114 13 iS lft -tI' U .
ones sometimes among 'eta that I'd like to meek ke J.. ((_!- .Leave PUatka(0Dda1'Thursday at 8 a m; tor's. Uili 23 wiles sad bock twm n week,. : 4.N paywia be made for trips not perform* 1 IIFIT is 192Ot21 Zfl 244 'Ql ? n'1R17IIt 2! sap uea .
Leave.Tallaha *** sad
Arrive at JaeksonrOte next days by 3 a sa| Wednesday. and for eh-fII.omiation not satisfactorily txplained -
hare the dealings with. wouldn't treat FOR 8AL.C. Lwre Jacksonville Tuesday and Friday 'ata 4 t..r -A .H.- < three tine the pay of the Utpmay bededacted. PriflUi; iIIL'a

them so easy as the President fur he don't A. LIKELY Stgr* boy about 14 yean of age .i Arriro at Banker;Hill same days by S p a t For arrivals I far behind tune ae iLiz' t
4 S 6 7 9 S lS 21 45 t I J.r.
MelD to care whether they're contrary warranted sound sad haltWE8Qain al "ArrheMCkzIe.ta.ssxidaybylOa a.\ .LernRu.e4liinTsaadajam1Thr4rj W Sm break eannexka with depending mails, and not Tbeatiertluisottbc.s1 11 1213 1415 II 17 P11 11 12 fl5InCIF4I
Bids to extend to WeUka .' ; .t one-fourth of the I1jI41I ,
taindt-d or not. She dropped a stitch I this Office. feUO-lm are > sufficiently excuse, compensation I I&V 19I9 21 ? 't
6302 From Jacksonville, by Barber's,AIHcator, Arrir at TaHahtese tamo flar*by S p :to forfeiture Deduction triIlalan.'L:4 wishing IS1lS1lO2lI22232I -
tore, as the rorgrant-at-arnu blandly.re- 6834 Prom 1'alJaIaun 0 Waake- 18 miles 2S2.272929l3O31 .1T4 252627 5UPfCIPtI.
Little River. Mineral Spring Columbus, Main ; for a grade f norformanco inferior '
quested that conrenation should be sos.pnded ii.OJ7ICJI and back twice .. Ann I 21 34 KJ 6 71| il1L .
,Saady Ford and MonticeOo to 'TaUahaaioe b* that'specified ia .- For npeoloideUnquenctt dan U
in the gallery and Ike amused himself ; 1LO&1DA JtAlL-KOAD CO, l 192 mfle and bock twice a week. Lean Tallahassee Monday and Wednesday at of the kin4 herein tpoetned,enlnfo particularlylnvttd : 9I0Il I2l314'1Ora I 23 4 5 Clititeye._ ,

by watching the Indian in the coat oran Jaxcaar 29th 18S5. Luau Jacksonvflte Sunday sad Wednesday at 6m; penalties froportioaod to tho nature thereof and to this oftc*. ', Is 15 171Il92O2hf, I I' 10 ii 12 -

with the i* his mind if it were NOTICE: te hereby given that aa nwcsement of 7pm; Amv at Wakooaab some days by 12 si; the importance of the saaiVcxijr be made. fl'23242S2Sflt29lL& 1411' 1ITIa1R: Band nii. CtWiL
qnery 3O i'22
swt the of the dracken cent oa the stock of this Company Arrive at Tallahassee in 43 hours by 7 p us j Leave W WakeenahMunday Wednesday at 1 p 5. For leaving behind or throwing o(the mails, ,Terms.Invariably vszc
imag9 man cutting ha been mod payable upon the 22d day of February Leave Tallahassee Sunday and Wednesday at a; or any portion of them;for Lbs-admission of passengers '
vigeoawing ia the hope uf a repeal of the next GEO. W. CALL 3am; Arrive at T&UaJaSlleel&lH days by 7 p m. or for being concerned in setting np or ; ::

Maine law.EanucJ. fob 3t Secnla Arrive at Jacksonville ia 43 hour*, by 3 a as; 6333 From .. by BennaOei, sun running aa ezpreci conveying commercial iaUCgenee 17 JLi efZk.Ordas

903 From St. Augustine to J& 13 mites PointS .'.& sad Sopchoppy to Walker 60 ahead. of_Lbs mail a. quarter's pay may be .
or &Af..BOOTH.-In the District and buck four times easeL mile* and back ones a week. deducted. '- 293031
Court of the Uaited States at Milvaukic. Leave St. Augustine Sunday aad Wednesday at Louvo TallahuMoo Wednesday at 3 a a; ..e. Fines will N imposed unless the delinquency JCSL. -4.4 i 2 Bills sfVayv- -
3 1
Ce. 5 S Dan's.
41 L4.1I-I
617 ,
Florida Rall-Boad Baa and 12m Arrive n Walker next day by 12 m; be promptly and satisfactorily explained by certlcntoo :1 I
c..puy. .
Wis S. M Booth convicted of aid-
? 1314 IS16 2 3 4 ii SI 7
Leav Walker 1 Label. C
Thursday ut
at c.t the affidavits of other ,
Arrive PtooUta 1 p ; or
at aDd I postaasten.
icy in the recape or a fugitive alare was ATOT1CK ll is hereby given, that a meeting et the pm; tamo by p at Arrive at T.1Iahaaiee next day by 9pm.63J6 creditaUe persons for failing to arrive in contract promptly II? ISIS 20'21 2223| 9 IOfIEIS I211 IS, -it

..ntcncvdtorayanI of $LjOOO and be the office Stockholders of the of this Company in Ja-ksoemlle will be held at Leave Picolata Monday and Thursday at 6 a at Fraen Tallahaw.ee by Mew B.asl y'i on time i for neglecting to take the map from or deliver 2Sl26t27i 2ft 29' -

'Imprisoned on* month. John Reynolds Thursday, the 224 Company day of February tor the oa- and 12 m; Lbs TIoge river to Ridleysville, and back once a it lotus n poet office; for suffering it (swing; __ _: : t ,

ior the same offence a fine of300 and tendays' *e of electing nine Directorate serve for the purp ensuing Arrive at St Augustine tamo days by 11 a m week. either to the unsuitaUenett of the place or taai .
Bidders will state the distance sad > :
imprisonment. and S p a. propoo aebedut set ef carrying it) toSs injured destroyed,robbed, "
year. 6604 From *. or lost anft for refusing, after demand to caere -
By ecder of the Board of IH reefers: Pilatka by Orange Springs,Orange ; -.
Lake, Silver Spring*. Ocala Camp Isard Augusta 6827; Front SUBepion FmboBoway nil** the nail as frequently at the contractor runs, or East !
A that undertook JanlS-sti GEQ W. CALL. Florida Slate Oeala Fla.
See'y.LZUId Seminary.
nag says they and back once n week.Xsav. ._ I. concerned ia tteeiuboat Felix Livingston
Ptereevilte, Metendes, nod Fort Taylor to running a coach ear,or ::
to light the street of Syracuse in the for Sale. Tampa 159 mile and buck twice a week. Stfflep% )Monday; 5 a B; I on a route. THE KXEBX7ISE3 of tai lartitatioB .n're- ATTORNEY COUVCELLOB AT

State of New York with -beaded&irls. Leave Pilatka Monday end Thursday at 7 a n; Arrive at FmboOuway tamo day byJ2 B ; I 7. The Postmaster General may annul the contract a.Monday Lbs IStfe January wider LAW.
SUBSCRIBER .rers for sale 1000 Leave FinboUoway Monday at 1 miArrrre fur failures to to the cautioned direction ef Joix G.Bow.u.AJt, Jacksonville rlr,
The plan was cxctllrnt but failed frun a THE gs Arrive at Tampa next Wednesday sad Saturda; p I repeated run agreeably contract 4
Pine and Uamnik Land in Al- 2C by 4pm; at StiUepica same day 8 p m. ( for disobeying the Port Office laws or tb at PnacipaL The high lUadard of uheUnaip WILL attend to any pnTetsfceial business no
singular caumj ; all the men however sober aches eoanty which will be void at n bars>n for Leave Tampa Monday and Thursday at 2 a B; 6339 From Madwm, by Charie.1 Mills Charles :instructions of the deportment; for refusing to discharge and discipline aimed at, and the ample l'.a1typI'OI'ided to hho m the Court of tho Eastern

and sedate feigned to be drank every night cash if applied fur toon. Any Information can be Amvo at PUaUn next Wednesday and Saturday Ferry, and New Boston to day L""*"** $0 a carrier when required by the department fur the Seminary, girt it claims C path Circuit aDd of tbo Seprem Courtof Tiffihtus
an excuse fur embracing the lamp posts! bd by advlresHing me at Palatka. by 10pm. mile and had once a week. to do so; ter aaai ning the contract without patronage which bare heretofore Lisa acanowtedc He hi*also ruth an advantageous connoctioa aSh
1M 3-U J. J. Leave Madison at 7 ed,and a* DO decline will heretofore be allowed an able Lawyer at Wishing City at will
ARKOW. Proposals to omit Silver Spring will be consider. Monday a B ;. the ag>ent of ,tb. Postmaster General; for run- ensure
A CALL!). ed. Arm at Clay LaDdiD Wednesday by 6 p; 1I: an'expresf ut aforesaid; ot for transportIng theee pmiealan and iaiproreiBeaU. will; from a prompt and speedy eoCevtioa of such claanra*
For Sale er to Let. 6305 From Pilatka by Welaka Volusia,aDd Enterprise Leave Clay Landing Thursday at 7 a m; persons or packages convey ing.mallable matter oat time to time, be introduced --.fT"tH rwperityl tony be placed ill hi ie bonds agahat the Uaitod
WITII or Without Faniture, the well- to Metloemlle, 130 mile sal bock once Aries at Madison next Saturday by 6 p m. of the mai.r if eoafidealty eipected. After aaeaeutteffreatdepreesioe July
tender their thank to the public of Jacfcwnrilte, L known PRIVATE BOARPIXG UOCSEoc- a week, in steamboat 68J9 From Madison by Hamburg and Clifton 8-The Postmaster General may order an increase the Seminary Bombered bat year between

fir tlte very handsome patronage accer ted them ato..ir cU4Hed by Mrs. Tartor. The hoaae M large and Leave Pilatka Monday at 8 a m; to firovenville,Oa,30 mile and beckaoos week- of service on n route by allowing thereforpreuaU a seventy and e.f: bir students draa fete PhiHip Frascr.
situated Leave Madison Monday at 6 a m;' increase cauLks contract Ho TAiiou part of the State Guwi boa 1M&1 be ATTORNEY AiD COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
late Fair aM would pirUcuUrty mitt eumnolwu, and Bay street A rare Arrive at Melkmnlle next day by 11 a m; pay. may "
opitortanity is now offered for any one wishing to Leave Mellonrilte Tuesday at 1 p m; Arrive at Qrotenville same day by 6 p B;- eh inge the schedule of arrivals and departure, obtaiaed oa terms u low as any when in Ea ;JaskuvirWm.. .
their ackuowtedgtnects: to Mr. IIcstKT for the vseef Leave Qrovenville Tuesday at 6 a m without increase ef he does not curtail FkmJx The health of Ocala wat very good
eagaf e a The baeineim er to secure a roomy family Arrive at Pilatka next day by 3 p m ; ; pay, TT7ILL attend pr>fenonal bwiaet
kij oicgact new rooo I le&ce A rf1l.e premise, to Bio to commence& Welaka are invited. Arrive at Madison sun day by 6p m. the amount ,of.running time.:_,He may_also thnragboot the year. There were very few cam trusted to him any in tbeOwrU of the 1I *nVV
Jrkon*. }'16,13SS. Janu&ry 20, 1555-tf. A. A. OCHCS.Remoral 6306 From Enterprise to New Smyrna, 30 miles 6340 From Waukeenah by Beaaly Xlllle1y HaIl order an increase o* speei, lie IUWWIDC,wiuun .w of ticUwM. .(ehiU and_ferer.) allot whn.h very I Circuit, and the Supreme Court at TaUaIt.II. ..
and back oneo a week. and Stiltepica to Madann, 32 miles and back,onto restrictions of the law n pro rate:increase of pay reaouy yielded to tile simplest medical treatment I laM alps s..b an advaetsgee.ommetjoaw
Leave Enterprise Tuesday at 6 a m; a week. for the addition.il stock or'car if any The The term el Uitkm are a* low at those of any I. an able Lawyer Washmgtva
MARRIED I THE rSDEESIONED would rcspeHfuIIy in Arrive& New Smyrna same day by 6 p m; Lea e Waukeenah Thursday 6 a m; contractor may, however, in the ease of increase (titatiuoof a naiLer grade ID the South The F. I: City oeb.as will ersureapTuulpsh.pee.iyeAietiauef
I* Savannah, oa th* l!a inst,'by th Rtr Mr. his patrons and the public generally Leave New Smyrna Monday at 6 a ra; Arrive at Madron: same diyty6pa, of speed, relinquish the contract by>giving prompt city,when complete: ,will concitt vttwt luttrmctun, may be placed in hi* hands against the I'mUd a*
that he has Uken the store on the corner( Arrive at Enteiprts same day by 6 Leave Madison Friday' 6 a m; notice to the department that he prefers doing so two ia the Male and two n the Female DeturtoeaFACULTY. Stat.
fmC Mr EDUIJT nmra&XTS, of this city, to 0..11II and Adami streebi, opposite Mr. Cre po's 6807 From New Smyrna to Indian1 pm.River 120 Arrive at Wankeenah same day by C p to carrying the order into effect. The Poetmaste jnly.S-

if a* IAn An!.., rf philadelpU Boarding House where be has opened, and will miles and buck twice amonth. 6841 From Quiney to Chattauooihee 21 miles General may also curtail or discontinue the service JOHN 0.BOWMAN, .- J. fdlob? ,'Biker -.f
on han l, an asRortment of DOM back three times week. month', LEWIS C. GAINES, *
keep constantly < Leave New Smyrna on the 1st and 3d Wednesdays and a at pro rein decrease. pay,allowing one
TRICC.S CUnUEXT !, comprising every thing in Ladies and Gen- of each month; Leave Quiney Monday, Wednesday,and Friday extra compensation on the amount dispensed with Asuitant in Male Depuimeai. ATTORNEY AT LA\\. SOLICITOR W
Clemens' w.ar. which be offers on as reasonable at 7 a a in his the interests do Miss. Viaeutu. BAisistuat BAciuiia
Arrive at Indian River in 6 days; ; whenever, opinion public CHANCERY NOTARY POUt
the Florida ,
Corrected Sinr
vttktyfor by term a* they can be had in the city. Lear Indian River on the 2d,.a141h Saturdaysof Arrive at ChattahoOcbe* tame clara by 12 n; not require the same, or in case he desires to snpertode m Female Department. ,.
Vi M.S. LA wi o N 4 Co.,Factori.Fonrardinf jflle al*> will carry on the Tailoring Bunn each month ; Lea..Chatt&hoocbeeTIleed&y. Thursday, and it by a different grade of transportation. Xus. Laosoaa B BocKaa Lap .

an'I COlwtiuiOfi! Merchant, Charlatan s,:uinal, and solicrt a ch.r* oC tb. public Arrive at New Smjrna ia 6 days. Saturday 7am; 9. Payments will be made for the service by epwbuen'oflluic. Coatmafioner ftr the Atlantic enJ Gwf

S. C. patrxtage. THOMAS ANDREI. 5803 From Indian River by Jupiter, to Miami, Arrive at Quiniiy name days by 12 m. collection from, or drafts on,postmaster or otherwise Professor BOWHAX the Pnacipal, b well knows Statu.&II .
January 20, I% -J,. ISO ails and back once month. Bids to commence at TaUahauee are invited. after the expiration of each quarter-say in UuoBcboot South Carolina and most rf UM Swath- *. S-Iy

FcanriBY 13, 1855. Liars Indian Riier on the lit Friday of each 6342 1irom Baidbndge, G., by ChatUboocheeFUk February, May, August and November. era States, at a mutt eipene&ved and loccewfolInstructor.
LAND (OTTO Superior C 1.2 to 6 3-4; JUST RECEIVED by Dark CA1NIOLA mouth Ode, Wert Winton Ridteysrille Rkhoe' 10. The distances are given according to the Dr.Tbonveit President of the South McQueen IcInt( h

orLaary t4 guuJ ordinary; 7 to 7 3-S cU ; low toZo4 XewYork Arrive; at Miami in 6 days Blat', loU, and Fort Gadtden to ApaUchieoU beet information; bat no bereaved pay will be a!. Carolina College in writing eLM:. Bvwmaa uye: ,
miJlln;, 7 to 8 rU ; folly middling, S 1-4 IIIRAM SMITH FLOUR in bU. and half do. Leave Miami on the U Friday; of each month 206 mile and back three times a week from the lowed should they be greater than advertised, if "I shall ever remember with mS ectioa aDd patio ATTORNEY AT LAW

.4j; middlin;% fir, 8 1to 3 3-4 cti; fur nnd faly MESS PORK. Arrive at Indian River in 6 day*. 15th October to lath Jane of each year, and twicea the points to be supplied be correctly state!. Bidden tide, the seal iiLgea. and ability with wmen he Jaeksonrille. E. F.
fair 9 to 9 1-4 etc; fin*. 9 1-2 cti sat upwards BUTTER. CHEESE. and LARD 6309 From Key West to Miami 200 mil* and week toe residue in first-claw steamboat, with must inform themselves oa thie point. tango me the pnaupJes uf Greek and ltm Patlology. -
SEA ISLAND COTTON; -Common, 2J to 35 BUCKWHEAT FLOUR in boxes and bars, back once a IDIIO L he privilege of using two-bone coaches from Bain 11. The Postmaster General it prohibited bylaw ." Goremor Manning,a Trustee ul the College Smith & Bradford.

e4a; toe,37 toSOU..Mid upward; Florida Lonr I CRAMBERRIES, DRIED PEICHES GINGER Leave Kev West oa the 8th of each month bridge to CiuUtahoovhee when the river is too low from knowingly making a contract for the says: "It affords me wiuaal pleasure to LAW
ftptt-l9 to 26 rt. f" comtnjn; 27 to 44 rU. f.rfae PRESERVES, PICKLED LOBSTERS, AmYl Miami by the 13th. fur navigation.from. transportation of the mails nth any person who bear my testimony to the high qaaUfit-atiuoe of ATTOKXKJ- ;

Sii-tbe and .Vaine Lon? Staple-20 to 23 BLAKE'S FIRE-PROOF PAINT Issue Miami on the I9th of rub month; 15rt October to 13tt June, shall have entered Into or proposed to enter into John G.Bowman A,Jt, to fiU toe rUeaionhip ia .IJTOl: IH :AtcaT;
q41-for common; 29 to 33 eU and upward fir fin*. IITDROLER CEMENT Leave combination: to prevent the making of any bid any College or Unirenity in this eoontry. Mr.J1umaa' .
Arrive West the 24th. any
at Key by Cambridge Tuesday, Thursday, asx 4ileni
BURNING aad full ef Xmaavill p1.
BAGGING-Dual**, 10 1-2 to 12 tit; Gunny, FLUID a supply 6310 Fruw MewnauviUe, by F. rt Clark WaeabwUe Sstnilayat2pnu; for a mail contract by any other perIOD or person, acquirements paa..1aim m the rn s rf the
12 to lie peryari; Rope 10 to I3e.BALOS PAINTS, OILS and VARNISH, MiuuMpy, Flemtngton, and Newton to Arrive at Apalachicola next Wednesday and or who shall have made nay agreement or lull first sebolan of the State which M more thou pror WILL attend promptly to an booinor entrwstod
-Uwns, 10 to 13c; Sides 8 to lie; And for sate by MILLER A McCUKN have given or performed or promwed to give or eJ by the fact,that VI'. J. ILTttoraweU,PreetOea to then.
and II
57 mile and twic
dee. IS-tf Some* New Bai1dia Ocala back n week supylyingWacabooti Friday by 4pm; Monday ly a m;
of the S. C. w. W1IJT. i
Lb Lien, 1 to 9.mERriehtr. the and Leave arid perform any consideration whatever or to College was educated under hit auspices sates tj. aunfoaav
*only on return trip* Friday, Apalachicola Sunday, Tuesday <
irie,4 to 2Sc; common 6 XX CSUELS CORN, omittmg Mwanuy that trip. fhnnday at 5 a m; do, or not do, anything whatever in order to besides many others who have rues to de- Office at Alligator. J Ones at NewnamviO
1to2Oe1rrtb. indajo other or not to bid for served dutavUoa the State. Aj a writer lIIIeI Js1y7-y
Lists Ncwnaasvill* Wednesday Sunday at Arrive at Bainbridge next days by 3 a m. any person al
COFFrE: .*, 10 I.:to 11 1-2; tio.9 1.:to 2100 BUSHELS OATS, 7 am From 15LJ.Jl.C to IWi Ckt.J cr. mail contract Particular attention is called to the public speaker hit Ul aU are acknowledged to bet

II I.:... *r tb. 1400 SHORTS BRAN OR COW Arrive; at Ocala next cia by lOam 28th section of thi act of 1336 prohibiting combuutions I' (a very h-gh order. But above theee high qua!- B. M. Pearson, -
COKN-Cvn.nn.1tteIO ; flint, $1 to fl 20 FEED 1100 BUSHELS SHIP STUFF or MID Lean Ocala Thursday and Monday at 2 P m; Leave BainLridg Tuesday and Saturday at !3 to prevent bidding. fijatiuae sttad his cnanctor and moral wurth. lie ATTORNEY AT LAW.

pw Mto1t.t. DLINGS,just received, and which wiUbe sold only Arrive at Newuaniville next day bye m. p m; 12. A bid received after time-rix: 3 p. m- of ta a gentlenua whose modest sensibiUjr and parity II Jacksonville. -
OiTS.-65LcC.p.rbusb.1, sgo4 .aI'f' m t rcaib- 6811 From Newuansville, by EllisviU p and Arrive at Apalachicola next clara by 4 p m; the lOthcf April. 1855-or without the guarantee .1 of Ue and sediment, pike Jam ia aa enviable position

awrk.t j Abe the Largest and richest asmrtmeat of FarctUre ProvHleacc,to Alligator,4U mil* and botk twico Leave Apalachicola MjuJay at 10 a m, u P4.S-$1 to SI I 10 por fash; 'lIpp emaiL I Carpctmgi SUb Doors, Bluvls and OilClotbk week. Weuluiea.IayaLlQ pm; in one sum of compensation tinODt be considered well be regarded aa inralubte acquisition to tnpHEsabteriberdosirosogaiii .
HAV-E. *. *! 25; Kwlij Circr. SI 12 to ever offered ia tbn place. Leave Kewnaasrille Tburrday aDd Saturday at Arme at Bambridgo.next Tueaday by 11 -urn. in competition with a regular proposal reusuaablm any Literary or eacial oueutunity whkh May be a* JaslllL c.
'I 20 per honJr poaoJiFLOfR .- To our Sto.kolGROCERIE3audPROnSIOSS and Thursday by 10 p m amount fiitazute as to se.nre him as a member of it." to Ser bit eril -

-69 25 t. $10 per bU, acjenLaj; to we refpoctfully sob jit the attention of all who are 9am Lyrics ut Alligator same days by 8 6843 Fruits Chattaboocee, by Marianna, Crow.DCampbelltoDo 13. Bidders should ia an eases tnt propose for Judge O'Seat PreaMlent of the Court of Appeal tetokioU friend _J the public, lathe
..klitj utl qa iujr. willing to pay cash in erder to tare the extra per Lists Alligator Tuesday aad Fruity at 6 a m; Geneva, Ala, Anderson's and Mill, Via. service strictly according to the adtertueiuent,and *, and, for thirty-eix years a Trustees of the performance of PUta and Ornamental Pteetoriar. t

KICK- fJtotri-3e per 1001111! ; lower pric cent. We k re had 200 wrought Iron Ploughs Amv at ewnanvill taut days by 5 m.G312 Gellt.ville. Almirante Milton Fbiridatown then if they desire teparattly tar different ten ice S. C College, says: "Of Mr. Bownwa's tuliAea- Bnckteymg. Memory Q. will contract fo
p 200 mites and twice
LAUD-1- burr- kejr. 11 I.: 0 1o.per lb. consigned to mt, which we are offering at prices Fro.X.woaesriltebydt.LouisIu New to Pensaeola back. a weeLLesyo and if the rtgulor bid be the lowest offered for the tions to fiU ny chair ma College: there is BO doubt bnrk-worfc and plastering ef bnildingt rufiro poureaaonaWe

LIME-S-*., I. 5 to SI 35 per bbt eorreoponling with the times. River, 22 miles and back ooue a week. ChatUbuwhee Tuesday and Saturday at advertised service the other bid may be considered Few men surjuse him at a writer and orator. hischaracter terms and pteJv*'himself to ut*despatch

MOLtSSE-.Ceie,2l tI24C; 'ew ream d. Jan JO ELLIS A LEDTTJTH. Leave Noviunsnll Thursday at 1 p m; 8 I p Arrive m; at Penucola next and if the alterations propneed are recommend w above exception." Governor Bkhard- a the executxm of all work entrusted to w
Friday Tuesday .
XS to 23a. per giiloa.NAILSto Arrive at New River tame day by 8 m by the postmasters ami citi-ea; interested or if lOG says: "From a loog and intiuateacqeshstine car*
; 4 to CM 4 J-4 to 5e per Ib. 31. 1!. CODDI9T Leave New River Thursday at 5 a m p; ; by Lea\4 p m Penxacola; and Sam they shall appear manifestly lig i. and proper. with John G. Bowman, A. M, I can cunfiJeatiy He badly thinks it aocsury to riTe three to

4 Ff IRITS-H'fcukej. 49 to 53i p,r jU.3CGAE Builder and Contractor Arrive at NwnanvUl same dy by 12 IlL Chattahoocheo Tuesday Frilay at ; 14. There should bo but ..&et.etcbLl for m a state that he deservedly en>.yi the reputatiin of whom bo ia knew any awuranc a* to the quality
at next andSaudaybySpa.
Thursday most able: and successful ollaia work, a*in that * -CuatMA brown 4 1.% to 5 3-ie. ye2.e 631J From Newnaoeville, Taateouggee, Santa praposa!. instructor, and m the rep
J, 6 1-2 U S l-2e. per lb. Shop on Ocean Street. Fe,Clay Landing.a and Long Pond, 6344 From ChatUhoochee la. The route, the feme*. ti- yearly pay the course of an eminently useful experience. such given to hi*patron the aces perfout tatwfaetNo.
SACK SALT--Lirerpuol. $1 25 to 41 50 perM 'f.b3 ly to AUena Otie, 119 mile and back, once a week. Mumbns G*ApaUchieoU and bik by a week. to, name and rosidonco ef the b*dor. and UMMO ef sack baa prepared sume of the most ditti&gauhej gentlemen Ue re i ctfuOy solicits a renewal fit.th*>ra|oa-
*. Newnanmlle at 7a once memlier of a firm where etmp my offer, should of South Carolina to meet the requirements ae bbfeDow-cituen J01IS IV&
v. ;
Bidders will state the dista&c name intermediate Kwr. .
Administration II-
KEATHEJ -Prime, 41 to 65e. common, 33 to Notice. Amve at AUena Otie next Saturday by 3 a m; 4tIJi. and schedule.C343 be distinctly stated;alan the wu.le convayaaueif >f a Collegute examination; ,who hare obtained the .1
4Je- per Lb.OIZCros.ia NOTICE hereby given to all whom it may Leave AUena Otie Saturday at 11 a; 1, Maruuma propOM Hill Ternon a higher mode than horsebaclrbo mtenOed. Tb highest places m Letter and in public eonJUeoce."
? of h,gf. 6 3-4 to 7e per lb MtBIEF that six weeks from date hereof Arrive at Newnansrille next Tuesday by 8 p m. rom and Loin, by 11 ill Orange to Uihee,Ants &l, Word with duo celerity,certainty,,undjeeaniy. Extracts from other certificates might be givea- Dental Xotlee. _
-CM-U U are selling at 8 to S l-2e. per shall apply to the Honorable Jadgc of Probates 6314 From Newnontville, by Fort Harlee, toMiddleburg mile XMtgLissville and week., inserted indicate the made conveyance, will All testify to his eminent morJ purity of thiraoter W.S.BOSTWICK tnJIIId mectf.l.ly -
UI. .t. Dual omnty, for Letters of Administration de 50 mile and back once week. back once a eoojtitnte a "1Il4,b L" I -to his talents as a writer and orator, and express Inform the cttnens Jacksomilte and ill rio-
Leave Mana&na at 6 .
, TOBACCO North Carolwa acd Virginia mnmfaetareit bonis mtn on the ElUte of John G. BUtch late 0 Leave Ncwnanmlle Wednesday at 12 mt Arrive at Cchee Anna ThunuLiy next a m; 16. Ethers are reqneited to use, at far as practicable : sincere regret that a sense of duty to hub*I( ally that,having opened III offlce m the IH nermn

12 1-2 to SOc. aai .& ccordiag said county deee4. EPURAIM BUTCH.Jan. Arrive at Middleburg next day by 6 p ; Leave IXhee Anna Tuesday dayby at S* m a p m; the printed form of proposal furnished by I and natty induced him to lea e tu ntiTe State Gallery, on Forrvth street win attend to all breaches
21, 1355- w ; I Msj Gainee U well known as a must able and of DENTISTRY, in the most approved aad
..lity. Leave Middleburg Tuesday 6 a; Arrive at Marianne seat Uy by 7 p m. the department to write out in fall the sum careful ,
Arrive at Newnansville next day by 11 a m.BK1 Bids for semiweekly service will be their tisls and to retain eupiosof them. tuccewf instructor in the department aaoignei manner. *
FOR MALE.oa riNurru
of Cotton.3utoisunt fur scmi-weeUy service wilt be considered. 6346 From West Winton by Aspen Grove to No altered bid ran be considered and no bids aim.The aching teeth destroyed witaomt
Exports THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale hU 6515 From New River to Middleburg, 30 miles Abe Spring 22 mile and bark once a week.,.- .. submitted can be withJn. following are the rates Tuition per tens uLec22uFROST

X PLANTATION, known a* Fen 6ror ,, titiuued and and back, once a week. Leave West Wmton at 5 Each bid must bo guaranteed by two responr- of B\e moatha vist
Monday a m
of Cotton iliipp 4 JariBf the week by at the mouth it the St East ; bo ad Spelling, . 9600 & -
Johns }jjJ Leav New River Wednesday at 7 n m ; Arrive at Abe Spring came day by 12 m; his person Central guarantees cannot BOULTER,.
..A CM ova,JackMovilte: The plaoe baa been well known for 7 Outlet Spelling Reading and Wnti&g 8-01 -
many years Arrive at Middleburj;same day by p; Leave Abo Spring Monday at 1 p m; General
Pr itotmcr St. Johns Saranaah, 43 b !.. awl a detailed description is therefore..- Leave MidJleburg Thursday at 7 a ; Arrive Wet Wmton tame day by 8 17. Th bid should be sealed; ,superscribe Primary Arithmetic and Primary Geography Cqmmission Merchants,

a. IVtLtit, lit. Upon the prindpal I linJ there are upward ol1060a Arrive at New River same day by 7 p m. 6847 From Vernon to St Andrew'.Bay p,45 miles mail proprosaU. State of _." address ,with a - 12JO 101 Slate Street.Boston Jlau.. >
fI"irr-'I dvrie; the wk\y Cot John Eroward r or bigta lend of which 400 acres stein 6816 From Gary' Ferry to Fort harks and and back once a _t. Second Assistant Postmaster General" Contract Arithmetic Geography English strict sat attention
-. par prompt to sale
Per. t4. a.r(.rutin& Chirlettoe 22 bale. state of cultivation. The soil it fertile, and produ.es back once week. Lear Vernoo Friday at 6 a in; Office and sent by mail DOt by, or to, an agent Grammar 15.00 WILL LCMBZB TIMBER COITO:cad
'a Florida II" excellent crepe Cotton sal Pru"lI OD1. IiI Bidders will state the distance and propo a Arrive at St Andrew.Bay same day by Spa; and postmasters will not enclose proposals (or tet The Natural Sciences.Hktory, Rhetoric other Southern Prodaea. .

also well adapted for the cultivation of Sugar.- schedule of departures and arrivals. .Leave St Andrews Bay Saturday 6 am. ; tent of any kind)in their quarterly return and Logic 18.00 oct 7-.tl OLIVER FROST.
Arrival: at Burfington House.I Beside the high UaJ there is a large budy oC 6317 From Alligator, by Durham and Otustee, Arrive at Verona same day by 8 p m; 13. The contracts are to oe exevutedaad returned The higher branihesof Mathemstka,Ancient ROYAL BOCLTEX.HEWSTOEE. .
mar h land belonging to the 1'laotdiou,easily sus to New River,46 mile and back,one n week. 6343 From Milton by Coon HOI XathantrOte to the department by or before the 1st of July. Luruc.Moral and Intellectual -
Feb.9-3. H H Boors J S Sammi, F Ilopkiaa cepttUe of drainage and high cultivation of being Leave Alligator Friday at 6 a m; Abv, and Fort Crawford to Sparta 70 mite and 1835.but the service must bo commenced the Philosophy. 2100.Music 3
KvMMatt, Fta ; Capt Cojhfll D S W Uaam need for mwturing purpuaes. There u also a Lyrics at New River aim day by 10 p m; bad soon n week. mad day next alter that date whether tho con (on Piano and Guitar) including I 1
N T Saw Saraanah.Feb. vast amount of from wbLh executed not for transfers use of Instruments, . 2500 Produce Groceries&
j Capt shells the best lime Lean New River Saturday 6 a ; Loaro MiItcnW.dnssdiiyst isa; tract be proposition Provisions.M1 .
'-& J D wtoa 8 C; XQa'n!: could be obtame-I ia attend tare. There is a eoavfortabte > Arrive at Alligator tamo day by 10 p m. Arrive at Sparta next day by$a at t will be considered until the contracts an executed Vita neb a Faculty the Board of Education

fl Bryant Col DAK?, J A Samtaviia. Fla; Capt Dwelling house wit an m.eeiiry outbuildings 6313 From Alugatwr, by Sawanoee Shoals to Liars Sparta Friday.at ti n m; mduefonn and received at the* department;! confli ntly appeal to the public fur a most liberal MeCUEf hare neairiiaa

r.1&rd, Isiinor.. and quarters fur 60 nroes The cli. Bluunt' Fen;, 36 nuU and back once a week, Amvat Milton next day by t p m. and then no transfers will be allowed unless good patronage., -They are determined that every de- entire aew stock of
Feb. 11-Eer VT W Boon I V GUlli. J.u mate is also pecteOly healthy for waitesand blacks Louse Alligator Friday at S a a; 6849 From Milton by EoIIIt Licensed Alaqa10 and sufficient reasons therefor ape given, to. be. NwUnent shall continue to U ably filled and faithfully CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES

B".r& J Laub W Caoik W \. Fla; WTJfarphy during the whole year The line of steamer fraa Ames at kmnt's Ferry tarns day by 6 p sa; TJchee Ann,89 miles and back, ones a week. determined br the department administered. AND PROVISIONS
Amos E>!M, E J Aaaww Ala; B PG.ITpII.NIL charleston past twice a week, thus offering the Liar Btoant't Ferry Saturday at 6 a ; Lean Milton Wednesday at 6.1 19 Pustmaitert at offices_oa or sear railroad* z.K. McINTOSh 8, at their Yew Store in Somers'
beet andmarket facilities. The but than rod from a station will Board of Education E.F. State New Bleak, on Ear
tmnportatmn tab.seriber Arrive at Alligator same day by S p nu Arrive at tehee Anna nextFridey by 10 p a; more eighty Seminary. street which will .
Feb. 12-.:. lUnx. SUvB Carolina; Capt is must mlnetontly eonstramed by the state 6819 From Alligator by Whit Springs Jasper, Leave Pubis Anna Saturday at 6 n m: immediately after the 10th of April next, report Oeala,Jan.20-4t. CASH ONLT.they sell cheap. for-cash and -

OrkULNY.. Dr Walda, SC; BeY JIb Aabol, vl kts health to part with a Plantation ae tnlnable Belleville, Jennings Cherry Lake,Hamburg nod ''Arrive Milton next Monday by 6 p their exact distance from' the nearest station'and ,- They tri hand 'a
Pr B II Staffer,T A ) ;& XUtf J Davis, D ia itself; sad capable of such improrement This Clifton to MantiueUo 96 mil** and back,.oneo a Bid for twai-weekly service will bo considered. how they are otherwise supplied with the mail 10 'fJaes q1l.n.ulStgars.' DAY CORy keep, FLOUR.on ata D time a syof J ,

WeD. Fla.tea. is.the sole reason which induces aim U tell, for week '6850 From Pensaeola, by Blakely, Ala to Mobile enable the Postmaster General lo'dind.'JUi1mHUllcer PORK XUCOS.IUSU.-- I
." l3-Br. Mr O2Ti Sac; Lie Erwu, his own experience has fully realised an hit Lean Alligator Monday at 2 p m; 57 mite and back daily.I.savs7MacO1dal1yatI2m. supply from the lit of July next BLACSrVTOOD A CO.hare just receired fresh BUTTER. CHEESE SUGARS.- : *
'tgAd1eu UaceeiMay Port Xilk. anticipations respecting "Fort George" For further Amv at Muoliceuo next Wednesday by j9 p en; ; 20. Section the 18 of an act of Congress approved : .UQCOES dsGts. faiths Wholesale MOLASSES Ac, &. *

Cu...,na; 8 11_. I'M4; 'I' E 8ecbaaD.Diri; TUcnp>oa. May Port Mills Beet 'Florida orto Arrive at Alligator next Saturday by 1 p 11IJ Leave Mobil*daily at 7 am; a raniportation of the mail shall be let, Mia every their customers as choioa assortment as any ..
Cant Freedom SUaaer SL Juliu.t.b.t5UeiirySadlsr1irTP. hiauelfFurt3lutte, South Carullea.j.inD61 Bid for llllI-wMkl,tomes will be considered. Arrive PenaacoU next day by 21-2 a. case, to the lowest bidder tendering sufficient guarantee market can offer. S.pralOlJ by the thousand The lapeUaHoc!.'

EHa 5 T; CHARLES THOMPSON.. 6820 From Orange Springs by .', Mills .6851 Froa Pensaeola to Warringtun 9 mites for faithful performance without other Wine by the basket or bottle, Liquors by the demfyohn ..A1IpIIIittu E..l .. ; ';" .
J IUeaf ir4 U... if Babwn FUt Hon.C U Dpii and Fort Crane.to Mieaaopy 28 allis u4,buck, aad buck dail"., '. reference to the node of such transportation than or gallon or by the doseD in bottles.. NOW under the SMnngenMnt*?Mrt. SlOt!.. .
.; 1' I Whiting) Jtoetnt.J FnMon Oeo; Cal GEORGIA MILITARY twic n week. -- y.saypsaaeoladailfut3l-Teen. ; may be necessary to provide for the due celerity" WINES. *.emn be had-ypse .*&**.< .
J W Dryaat n. Leave Orange Spring Tuesday and Inlay at Arrive atWarringtoo tarn day by 6Ma. tat. certainty and security of such transportations. The stock is comprised of CHAMPAIGN. MADEIRA -. Rate bnnl..l1.50 per cIa'r.r-mSSrEfT b. -

-. INSTITUTE. Cam Loart Warrington'daily aft am; > ruder this law anew dcenriptuunutbidui hat been. SHERRY, CLARET PORT *cLIQCUKS. BOARDERS. Every attention'.will be Mid-*
AmYl at Mieaaopy tarn days by 1 p m;." '.rriveat'enucolasam.dLy1'y1Oaa. received. It docs not specify a- mode of eonveyaoee promote the comfort signaLs aM wrrrics
: this Institution every
Intelligence. TIlE ITnVh g&ttau of will Leave Micanopy Tuesday and Friday at 2 p n ; I 6852 From New Orteann La, by Pensaeola FU', ,tout engage to take the entire mail each trip Old Cognac OtardMartel and AnIonic Curreiu. aaade t. glee satisfaction by tnbseribVf .

oa tb* 20th of F... Arrive ut Orange gpnnp sum days by 10 p* m.6S21 palitrhST"1 St Marks Cedar Keys,Tampa,and with celerity, certainty, and oeeunty, nting the Cognac White Brandy, Old holland Gin and (My Wends from the North and SotuM rWU
...rtLifJat4aU44RHWEP. Academic Staff From Orals to Adam back torso of.the law. These bids aro styled from the me. ,
by Long Swamp Manatee to Key,West 1,009 mite and twice chnappe, Bovbon Monungaheln Scotch and Irish Augustine nwyWple-edUfcear I I hum
Cot A.:y. BXCXIT A-M SoperinUndtnt and vill,;30 Bile* sail bock oneo a week.Leav.OoalS.stardsyat6am month in st.* \ -: manner m which they are designated" on the book Whiak.,. Jamaica and Santa Crus Rant, Porter ntemto myself Paths meets of tab Hew cat
PsofoMor Matb* *tie* < : -avs2sOrisansmthi1Oth. aai 24ta osicbAMv.aEeyW.stCutthi2Othaodlth. of the. department "ttar tick, and they will be AI. different tram and oa draft, ChimpaigneOder nothing shall U wanting.. x' :tw

|>V 10-rBrij J. IT**, J>reT, Baltuaor Capt. &.J s. f.S.A, Commandant of Arrive at Adamsrill same day by 6 p sr' month; '' construed M providing for the entire wends ataiUAmnMr I Cordials'Bitten,' Ae.Ac-. Dee J-ta :: t l 'C
Adamsvill Friday at a m large and wl&may A* tIM eeenrey- :
J2-jS.e&laaaPal,3 f. Cadets, sat Profeesar of .rnoarijMr. Lucre B | SftiAHS.Of
.*. li-Brif U C Brooks, pryae, do. V. MurccT, Piofettor of f trench fli- Arriv at Oeala tame day by 6 p a*. > 'Loaro Ky. ,West. .on>th* IOU and 24tb of each. care sseessuil7 III uur* it* "cderily,wtaityaccerily' the most approved brands. EXTRA: PINE CAST,STEEl SA1TS.TITELCH .

*' 14-SJM SMaJt neb.tb, ftdiJl'o t4sg. tory Ac.Mr. 6822 From Adaouriue by Pm BorcMIp and moclh .J- - TOBACCO. .; A
**. 16 Scar Albert Cote, 14 f. .W. IL-nrrr. A..M., Pmfcttor of Cbealstry Lakv Onffln to Fort Butler SO mike aad-Udk .Arrivt SINeW Orleans OB tb 2OLbIad4&b.t3T&rCT1oS ., 'Tn an a.s..h.n &.lowest grade service is Yellow Bank Fine Cot in tiJaMt."I&II Barer; If: Grenlar.Saws ef Uxtra size fin Ceat Steel'
1'.Ii-Bric OrMlle M.Cub .. WSSLLoses believed to be sufficient, the lowest bid will be accepted !every :mtatfiaw
a .
and EajHish Literature. -- J Sa Cured and a variety of the choteest brands.eJ&B. Saws ketbe FMabte Saw & ,. it..
l e. 4. -Mr:A. B."." Professor Drowin*. lMTille Friday at J pat' ,tfduly guarantied. ,'ia prtferencs. to a"star"ir *V-* inches diuoeter-togetber kM
r CLIRW. -ca,W'. ..AjtMtaatPireOosorof MathCadst Arrive at Fort Butler next day by 7 pmI Fr. /.pwoof..g'frr atIIrn.ul..pWMI.q1JM specific bid.. ai.Ciottp l aotW16miu with'Gangs. Mater
emat._ r* Fort Butler Thursday at 8a mAreeaaAee11daYb7l ( Mfldq. .. Tfhen theJowest Lid knot a star bid, and tfc- C.D.Oik.. ,Tbeso eelsbrateISa.ws .f
tc-&br Ita,. been
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.aJ TI m." 01- -,6tatof: lid either taodo ot an inadeoTtaU lIIUde.of coo xtes sro
= ft.8.C-XT. 4' W* t..TtxJ e/. .,-. .county JM aw;at tho Forth Wee the last
6323 Froi Augusta to Ilomosassa. 12 miles and _,propoo to convey Aba mail from Jaly.I, reyance,it Vjlaotbe accepted bat sot aside furpjpepi1bidpreposha4 1Reed' New BaildigJ -'.- $14 ,.

JcJ.c3Jsttanock.PcetoZhq- 'IJou4.' PtTFUItetI. Met twice week 165S.to Van*30. :..route No,--i from &be. sereigs.I J4wkispWs 2a. aa4e.anes.bler.411 copstestJeuZgss's, .
%;- DAVID IRWIX. President. .tea". Aegute WeclMada and Saturday at 8Arrivo to-.ogrtasblo to the .IaeIIt I 4 W&* tho) Jiid doe nut specify mode ef coareyoc c. KEEPS constantly oa bin n be assort. Manufacture- tbenand foe 1.' f

WAXTED.A CaiatasJ Jkl Gnl.. M-Mrsi s. a of tho PostsBasUr Usasri 'datod JaDUI7.l2.. a \4M whenlt prpoms to'carry"aeoorJmg toIh omct of WATCHES JEWELRY and PAN. .S.U by New saleat, '.tkwir

N LOUZ W..ZPS..Ie5&5ISbimL t JaXES Batrior, AK Btnnoir, ut BeeaosasM. ., 7 12 ID l 185o aad by allowing-sod of cotrveyanot, vnt tfottis advcrtiaemcnt,1!:but without ouch spedftcauoo, ,.'whIsk ho .f'1ftJ.for sale. cap Raraanet.Cgffet -York.-. .

: 1I..oa&. ..vI".a iaterM u4 ,Waists llaUXS fLCPTI Y! fl4UJs Lt." UmoaMsa, ".41Mada7 and tatarday. at annual' tain of : .it wiU be IIuII1edU&&PPM for_ horseback" lotY'GOODS JL rmeVeys Iran .watts.lfan. i.FbhUs

.that win teyey nthfarforUy frarj JI&.sad A. VBarq,. Wn &I 2., _. ''d lernce. '" ratchet Repaired and Warrenled.urn. .. whet Saws for the Portable MiR eec boebtaiMdL 6e .
DAvis Disie DAYat1lD made with taD subs 21AantictcaUouofabdasoys( UsUal s..een .
to knowledge
'cpeaw tacarfwi.' A> cUICII.. re 7 ..aplta.. p fa TaU propoeal Y&A c.J."iDe.t -
.'sibi .'pIC_ to caa eto4,withUaMaprefitmbU .Iarp 4jjisx' . C.1riD.wWa tsnbsikes as4ps,1e. 7 aX'lndbvandbe oneasawook,' I carrW..J aQ other particulars in nfereaco to the Lt received to at interfere with regular compotiUoa. & e- Daica.oJbsdJey

.1. tmiisist .ak.a.ieiiitil A Boar*. Wasamfc Fael,' LJght Mule TeirMeten4o iaUrdy utl pint 7 ro and service and also after fOL .aabeatlssof .after tat last.hour tot for receiving bid*. WATCH- MAKER AND,JEWELRY. Mi&daeL 1

.. will U teqatrsd foriauawdiaU aad another eontiasTnt sise.rriofIv.nia.thekI4vaaaI1s Ani,. a& fort Dado same day by 8 p -| tho tottraetiw u4r.uItemeotsttacbs4toAb.. ."""KUPottttusttri are to U caraful not to certify (1. As rmm .4jeOsiggA Pam.dxg3 MflUgonwyIrooWta {
'l MontgMMvyAI
', .. ,of sareUeo without _HAVING,returned from again .
or Europe;
i..assL Haetal >fl ni>*a e 31 hi gives 1e BO &I'w' ,a.&anIa.U a. adrortkemeat.. IM;wOciaacy
.- -.uiIIcI..A.-t.pia. M 1M It stay bo pevper to stele,.1t.relatiosi to. the Arriro at KeiendesiiUM ./a Itni.' Dated C (SSgnedJ : bowiBs that they are penontof suflkknt retponUUtyt me j:=%*begs leave toeferbhsssrvIesIsleo14 )J.-

.u.Y.. bib ,.. eMit new e>a tudsnt. Captain Joan that he has aeoeptod zs.? osaPtefe!rilteby Aft ffM. to'Bay Jara faGsaratM _- _. and aQbtddsrs,guarantors and snretioi fNDda. 1M pablo gsasrsf With ah -. CaM Crocaries, **., '
resting at-,State or distinctly notiaed that,. afaUure to eater into xporioaeo for the lad twenry-eix yeses, a* a 'l -r-.t'.
the appamtainnt, t4 win \It here at the rat 11 .ke ad S WiS& The andonigned an s .
(7 9100 RewartUftAjTAVAY ona.iz JlIM. :o..1t Jr- 1M" Pitfenille 1a&uP1., a.,1 _; arid.rtskLtha if tha foregoing bid.for WSerformthseonl raeU lor the osrrieo. proposed Watchmaker, ao hope to give entoo tntiiftr fm ,T. ? riur -. te*- *-.Ba..It _

_ freej u.MawiWr.a.the llthJaa ..I8Uu4$asgk le&W- kom ,riv.atfayPeuIsamedayby12a1seeBayPortaturd7M .. a.rrvhat 1M aaJI- routeJio.bnneorpte4: for Sa tb.acs.bids, their leg J EabJlItiet- 0 shoes who with 10 Ute their work sVsw in a .. eecne.. m band a'fuB aiMt.

Uft. hj. ass'. KOOSWt He 1346 to 1854Ue-COM with Ue kgbest roetsn. I p au by u. .Q 1_61Wd11rabaDJIC"' will lie enforced .tbe&. amkmashik, meuser. ... tamecasi. beaW ss.Isw

". abea *) ,. ep" MdIbraUU Mediations front thooOaan. of the baited SUUsTkeTrnstooi AmviPtore TUUasdaybyTp. '. Ja thVlst.. j of July, IS5&or at MM thereafter, ZtThoe 'l tiawa
I atW kalf ta. aiat efta .. MIlitacvLcsd.ay. CSS From Jlw 1*.. b Crystal Bhror to. aj.y.' osterwta &esuira4 c..1 te'' tarmtbirgi4l.u4 1* tait_department, exceptUtaeretpoetspartiwJaHsaattUomodiBtheso JeJyB-tf. toad fio non, vawkt via bo usartea1tof.
to.ttroction at tho lowest eaak
tnta god aortas' -
bwbicb hi eM he 1MdiI7 iIuLthe ; spieitst.d a 09- gpond,4dn01 an4b k,esos.wesk..apJIcesmsn4aiM2pa.. irfon> taoatrrieepropni > {
'. J"B ., pnasv wffl .
> I.ddea&OtrOeLuS always awot wkh_
I : t.nd on all railroad as.In
efasedr WI tie builddoas -
at Ubratory
.hsa.nvad onto -
sum toeowptete .
1lswtahubMIs .t aIR be TTOT eomfortabte aad oavtiaioat aoaw ia 1 f.-u.. lbs ..t1b. Gow
: nqnir.diadsflvsnllaaailsletQb5Se5Iatth5a.
g.co' LheatrsctOn MoA ,
.harIs .. AyatLagPo.dMctda7b5paSIat. .
.. dallemy. tilt sad*isoUatpondrnrnkkthoBopttaLwe .
wbebseebarg.of5 .
; JOWl 1/BWLJC. bar sm-nBirii1tirit fur ea* bxadrod and J.-c Pedflmsdy 8&f a a sad' c*assumed bj--gaarauzbgp all of tho- routes aad RstA gusttes.t aythoC i-uesa. It ... 4.eil-I. *hlih.sat. .2
I J na.J.o.15-U. thirty Cad Ayrirf Maejatossi nax>dy 4>y Roj.68Z7 .1&Uaa1i1a.r&r.e ol JW;,WlS.1r issaiiths.rattdUM aost iAsto set ante.than tame six reams besides bail sad pontry,-.. ad no...nIC1
C mmldomL sh5btytskfrcco tbssalIrisde1a.'tiag; line plesttat piatane ft he*-food kitoaoa aearrinnaoBM .. "
' Pomus 'tutMrJatana&icll.. $Mltoed.MtCayIAadkIUlb ,. Valid e' : > ,
. JTEW GOOD* POK.SFgllf C .18f.' a eopy af tho Z.gaIatIom by addrt* iay the 8u I "FMO*'Tamp. to'Manatee. 42'*Usaaa4bsekenrsawesk <, 'OJ. ,ttn'guarantor*.)" 1.! j& ps.maMoIs .q pmmee boW'ti a& sUbla .... konso aad awusthMse. VM5TIIS4j Jar Utecued &
riirinteadsot or. .e5i.b.r.of'the Board of' Ute..v\--"uIIY. "" Tho tecitquitoaspnctoutona.aad preparatim is wunar.edt enrr.
nay I ] THIS
:' ,. /W-G. Bancroft CasbUouse, Trootoo AStiRnrj.nASiZLUSoe'y.rrlrat j.s7aapsu.dsyMIas : ., erof t--of.ettsnier' iara.tom a4.svtiSaeeeotth sasah.stiatlafl71a ant setae Sr.eeaes1wsat7 JW Bassos and I- ,. p rKB .PHJ.w.Fa

us $seistt.s.Jsa.1S3L.4t. .7'. .MTIfl a&JIMattMd iQ by 12.. his *thrf office,that hoIa ef.assbee preootiaod. .TbowtVienry ,. Ponwf rannto treosj alto Sow Oraon.-and Fix. ula. .of, the 8a e kter.OH IA& 3acTetksiSs
kSEjagJ&rt aad : tratt sod byapoetmas. aadtvo wells of gad wator .
Lts7IxuitsaYvktayM1paAirytvsMTlapSsSadaYbyIpa. < to4 with taoakoreguaraawrt, awn* 116 Trea Joke a.4-Keck JoIst
B ar U> s7ub*aOS51P'W7.IM aUo t saakecoodeirci isratcas oft& places pamp4 a ajodgeof Apply U Mr. Funus JwhueerrlAi, or to Ik Ba.atubgRapeHof5 PpSs
re eiTiaCe rajtjal Urjeaalastaatrte :
W Mbacriber Io .court of roeord.' JIt.wnuca Ocruuxnx, SaruBaat or. toMnAnrMAosef8t = brnskPnu.3rc
I istirtaiirjl aflev nep.fjy Lb. USA Float Tattpa to OWTaopaB y,- SJP .; .
&.M,.,. Ma. .._. 1- Dnto4 'f -r' :-Pndmm1s&tb.eadsd1Qutes on wbkatheytblsJt ..i $ atmtoofttoBonad Bus mt e W
& Staple Dry Goods ..- tho ptotoatasodo esaaa.j.s4.qisie JaseaeyhO,155& ._ -- taWtutitttilta
SFuicy alagloawasam. ,,vitt I ,ap.Ma.dsyMIsati4eMOl4TaasBa7aomda7I7P, .l.w..j1M9 : sUoJeitAaw4a4ieV
I *. aa4 am rept w4 te afer 0 good board a*rtoanaibli ratea.- j -' .. ,60.sara4oco 'u : .utnp for.six ( aqetrroon -.- Jtctsoy&i.zJ&n.I83. _of akanusaM bT..
= other
&Ua c.Ia T*< beoeot* of fto -c .i" 01 ipeekaaaveeW Z0tm au..a- I iMMasda.. fI6W..mm'y
.0.J' ..OWY""Ti.Saog staa ---q 1M t.I1n _.Atn -&M1M.ur ias&4s1 THX ksesSstweJetg, .
.1.: .We aAwe tUidIy1 cst> mom oornor af. JtijHlOT IIC .u4 I' <.: -. .TTLbebs4 .
.4rrin at Tnsna saw tar *f" F mt "iiM8rrom & ..tltv". t.JAe.c&ataaa.k, a"'J7' IIfe
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THE HYDEOMAOEH 4 MAH ; n ,oJ. h. .' 1 .. tie" ur .eJ P 'I'JT $
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WATUPOO Fi TI C9. 'M4 l'1 i s'" :4r lI4' 'r"II1mu'rlN \ ;: ", dt .-reovsd e.I 3.atteg-st. : ii1 ; ,
j (1 .tl1tOlJtlETOIl'
"J -tI usr.WestwortLhO stead fonuerl*oeeupied
o OX-1J.Js l l11 'UI ? 4J uisOWArnnetuhe.cftbIs'hasUtitte. i ,rFlMklsrIlsroaisyIsgpiede.Ezte.PtY.e$4tk.a4yaksIIO hyW J..: where,be ootimes his UsiaeaiinaUitsbnncbce. '-t.11)fiJ&cbrr "b

f nsjrtmcnraAa )rnARCOURT wB W.. iDlpl'll\.!- thai,f UhUah He has eo hand a large assortment :"3 -" a.J :.

BRADLEY c c. ?4 -Zt '*do U> flSCOIfD 1I01lD.11'.oJAN11A- Mat;aroawr prepared to farMsh-r*, jr *rfi8tesa .of Ana cJaa VEHICLES o/all dtte ftimtMM T JUI' :: :'1'o1IOU,&lTnKt

.. 'J44Ma $4&I1nobt.p.itssfRsre .. aT DUI under "IOIItfatad.&ea&Ioa fIts Knglnea of any rMaired power,firout xhoieo.PAMJLl dAM&UOSS built upressly -. :" R'E..rPr
w..SIrNt o. -, able PrwUekL ,...ClAtiM P.:B.Htsns,J t. .,.JOQ.IIo. .* .for his(Wto'Cii*<0msrral!of wb h.bawiUSBLt 1. L1fCI ,

fI1.\ift ;A""icaa EttablA- : wh wlU ht lMi by aa aiptrieBeed andeomp*. .' )8aW.JI1U.| -t .' CHBAFOR.- A8U or.CMy.aerep.Unc ..- It tJ : ,1 '.ierl cosnni6iosc ,
wade :102 frutStrtetf JTcw tentFaonJtyofPwfeewr aDd T iLl va4rioudepartnents. BagarMlllsjIron ., ; *. 'J LEONARD; CHAflNe '*:: ,and:tin .tc btomo ita fcrtr lor'JfiAr
r..t. ,9 ., .Amass thonmgh aad extoadedeoorseof .' S U.. .owel'll J,. "' ,,1:4I"Ori. .JlIllr.JlW.r jeTsons.C '1& 1. lOcated 'du flu.T1. 10-:1

Bydsosaagea 1i a'Talttmile;discovery forrcIcWig education .oU4andornaHie UIU,' .. ,' S ::1t.< ,, .. ;f'.GrbtIJlfWluct..u..r c1Wl \., 18-Cia .'" .' wIth FJ8If1ICI the 1 ro'' ftllr.. Zsekabsendi
Tea the iVet. from damp or cold'awreforeprevtntatiVBef afforded ky this InstltutU. / rr u.4tn thic.evntry.. : i tMma.UJi'OAXg affording
< many 'Lung diseases /AppileaUon.for .adttWon eu lM..tO&MJ'ru1den' : and liraaa Casting, .s &.E.M;l1jlb d .RPORZcME4V rvest'attrsctluit0; I

wiUevf.,(toctoriiur vaaferer,.Th*Uydromageabth or to the Ret WBV'J. Keith, Secretary .rjT Bttamboat Saw MU, and ether repairing. 7.-w--_ MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS ;Jfo pains whiLe spre4 to mder the a
M fona{Of A eo,aad won inside the boot or to the Hoard cfTmt.es.The high character o!' at short notice.tSf in all dcserlpfloM of CARRIAGES Tor him with aceD eomfortel >, wi t.
he*. IU medicated character ii* powerful antieVI thU Seminary of leaninft,'Ute healthfttlness of IUlooation All machinery ,purchased:from us will 19 ,_- .' at Noe.-3 and 40 Wtntvorth hORSES and CARWAOKS "m.' .

tO disease t and the morality and lnt.IligsaeevI the puTia operation in,any part of theStat.., by Strut and'.7.Hay*' &*.** YcrenU.in.n1t wM b* fo nd agreeable,warm eomantnily ia which it is located, all maa'DcI 1, competent machinists when desired .and, upon. Our Stock is extensive ens, and purchase _;(DOY2-

aad healthy vnarU the eoldettor rainiest weath- to the liberal patronage of the people of the 6tat4 reasonable terms* : ..- art respectfully requested to call on ns, as w# can 4LAGNOLIAIIOUsjr:
.v n tho fcet cannot become wet if the Hydromageale I # Bybrdeudtbe'Beards DrawIngs' and EsUwates farnlsnedv offer great'Inducements fa styU and prices! sou .
elM.1. ..WJ.XE1TI1so'yl'ROVIIION8 chart. MOONEY, &OOOKIN, VSTJ JtcmniJ'J.-.:
Inserted.. Ladies,jaay.w.u tin .Ughtest soled any articles bought at oar. liIhDaennre warranted -
Inclement weather withImpunity .'jufy 8-It. .Founders Machinists. >u 8-tf 1T'hIISeutAbflshiben$ baa Le.j
boots ell.Met lit the fnost *e* in every respect: / July ,.L .nl": .. chtll'n.

..r-ac| while f4Krr Coosumptioa country, nay to b prevalent* thwarted among bl TtST' receired by brig 0;,L.<.Buekmn. from A- lLOBIDAmoN;' WOBSSLIk 4ft Cariage Harness Depository throughout, during eleaaeoVAe pest and summtr-Is DOW'fer paitg

feelr general adoption, They entirely, tttpertedeer I J New York-r- W. ,BIGGS k C s. I. Families Invalid, Trsiientr eanJeri., k. ..
aa -Jesse.paa the latter ea*se the feet perspire 30 barrels Mesa Pea' "arill..Fl4.. AT THE WHITE HOUSE, the future 1In:STOLL will have the "periat.
la a very unhealthy manner j ..od.besIdes are not I > 20 lilram Smith's Flour A B BOW prepared to execute protaptipoodari l754r South-Wsst Corner of MXLDATI&her predlftllOr. returas her
dangerous weai to pedestrians* icy weather like I The House 25 half barrels Hiram Smith's FUwr., for Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar Mills MEETING and WEST WORTH STREETS, ,. thanks the liberal patronage heretofore receiv.ed .
"Bufilnffton 2 tierce Sugar Cured Hams new, GristMills. Horse Powers Iron and '
and with
India""ber. While the latter cause the feel to Pans Charlttton, J.'C. ,regrets parting old ssa dations oa t oont
appeal extremely Large th* Uydromagea, being I. 2 hogsheads Bacon Sides and Shoulders, Bran Casting, and every variety of;J CARRIAGES of every description the lowest of family duties and solicits a eo muaaceofnM

a aeere thin slice t f cork prepared peculiarly placed '. 14 firkins Joshes Butler, Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Kill prices always on hand, and no article sold exee]p& favor under the present" ,". ,The;nteprif -
inside does not increase the sue of the boat oreaasvtbv'fott : 12 boxes Cheere Steamboat and other repairing. such as can be warranted in the fullest term by* tor will one every ciertion with the assistsseeof
to appear untidy- To Children they 'icx'icia, 2 Uereee Leaf Lard, They ,will continue manufacture .and keep July 8-tf M. !!.NATHAN. the present hostess to give general satisfsctiM.
valuable as m b ken II II constantly on hand,their variety of Plows TImber No debts OrlIbiflties'wiU be paid
they the
extremely engage by
,rxerdse with cortfort.and healthy effects. Their THIS well known TibtlSE, situated on-the corner of Ncwnan I bait barrels Fulton Market Deet; Carts ;Chains, A&,* to which they respectfully invite THE PAVILION HOTEL, toy unless his written or verbal order. The.1io.

expense Is so slightest*scarce need mention| belies and Adams streets, within" few rods of the ,Post Office, and 'a.."1 Salmon Mackerel ia la kits barrels, and kits, patronage., July- North-Wett toner Meeting $ITas /-5/. is desirably situated. ,theBooms .
those who watronis*thea will find theiryl4f'J airy, clean and neatness
doctor't* bill much diminished thereby.As hear-to the Steam Boat landings, and most convenient to the 20 1 cask tacks Dried Liverpool Apples round StlL Jacksonville AKDMACHINE Placlsmlthlng, The undersigned CBAKtCSTOir begs respectfully, C. to inform his furbished band.omely-l1othbr Itwi*:.

the Hydromagen is becoming more known Its Churches has received and has been renovated 6 barrels SHOP numerous friends and the traveling public generally wauUa -
ale b increasing to *a almost incredible extent. just a new COAT, Apples, Being entirely built of wood,which nao'en it
Buckwheat Flour la sack and boxes and a At tAeJrmerStand of Sedguiclc.TURNISUES that notwithstanding the recent fire at the
Last year b London Manchester Birmingham, from top to bottom with every convenience, is now in perfect full assortment of Provisions and Groceries all rear of his premises,be is, as usual prepared to free from dampness. The rooms connected by FeU
Leeds Dublin aAnt.erp, of an Timber CarX1 doors which
Liverpool. Glasgow, Pfciughs kinds ding Fireplaces and blinds
and sales reached 1,732. order. The Table will be under the superintendancc of an experienced kinds and for sale by for Mill offer the best accommodations to all who may favor windows
Hamburgh Berlin our 6 1855. MILLER A MeCUEN.S riages, Carts, Chains Mills work of him with their patronage the house'and furniture opening through to the Plies,which affords a eV
4M pairs of corks Solos, This year the number: and shall not be surpassed by other January an. kinds, Sugar Mais, Ae. having been thoroughly cleaned and,renovsteHe < lightfal promenade ef 300 feet and protects Ue
: Housekeeper -
far that. any I attention SteamBoat Louse from
wffl to cold
paid rain
surpass iTPerticuler am winds A&,sad forms dad.
also his sincere thanks
returns ( the liberal
Ask Ue Faculty their opinion of theirralaea us< in this climate. The Proprietor has determined, that his exer Lone Star .:.:. Best&nruit Saw Mill reparing. Wheel wrighting done at shortest support, ,he has'received;and pledges or himself to able Retreat from eonCoement at all seasoas tithe
prevenUtive for Coos GOLD BBOHCBITIS notice. |3T All orders left at the store of S year. The House situated 4n
a central iieeitiea
ASTBBA, aad ODurarnoii.HUT'S tions to merit the patronage which shall be bestowed upon him, N.Williams will be promptly attended to. spare of DO the expense or exertions that has to been deserve a continuance faeinz the South sad retired from other Aoueee.
35 Cirrs. .1 UNDERSrONED would Inform the'citl- patronage so largely extended
Sot, pro pair THE ang 19-lf J.A. FARMAR. It contains 45 rooms and conveniences In general
LADIES' do do 30 do.Bore' shall be without regard to trouble or expense.A ] Jacksonville and vicInity, that he towards him. and for aecommoaaHon cannot be surpassed '

I. Misses' do 25 do. I LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House, with good hasfittod 9P the rooms formerly occupied by U70 TU.O ATJL PllO Nov. 13 5 H. L, BCTTERFIELD. dec.23-2m_ B. E..CARS.PALATKA .
Ifoncsv From the Retail Prices we make avery the Republican offlee,' as a RESTAURANT a
liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers Horses and carriages. The Western Stage. leaves this House style which he thinks will give generaUatbfaeUon.It TUB UNDERSIGNED successors to HxiraT Wholesale Tin-Ware F ctorj., lfi lbA 2 i a&iJ

80&hat any storekeeper may make a fine profit on Savannah and Charleston boats. will be his aim to famish the choicest WINES, : No.3, Holmes' Building, have ia O.- II. VERONEE BRO., ;
arrival of the
their sale while they are an article they may be soon after the LIQUORS and SEOAR3,Jand unexceptIonable ftore'aDd for sale, Wholesale Dealers in 'K FLA."T .

kept b any store, among any class of goods Oct. 21 1854-6m J3. BUFFJNGTON. OYSTER and"GAME SUPPERS. Ia .short to A GENERAL ASSORTMENT, OFMERCHANDIZE PLAIN Ay D JAPANED TIN WARE. hIS new and pleasant Estabtihment receiUJi --
lot terms stily toIL&kcorRT give complete satfefaetsoni to his patrons. this method of informing their friend put lip fur.1he',.tCDI.InOd.&tiol of the Tra
BRADLEY A C0. %* Republican copyWATOIIES A couple of.AD. BILLIARD TABLES will TAKE customers that they have recently mad. relinj Public, an l.nnsnrptissed by any one hither

______ 38 Ana Street- New-Yerk.- soon be added to his establishment Consisting of Dry Goads Groceries Provisions large additions to their, machinery and are now to established is now open fur tile ""ptiea.t
TjST TUB Cl tst.: J3 JHR dec23-tf JOHN WHEELER. Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware prepared to execute all orders in the above line BoarJ rs, snirmten.le ly ilrs. M. ZawadijT
M.D. JEWELRY SILVERWARE Hate and Caps Boots and Shoes Saddlery and i a with neatness and dispatch. Our Wares are aU whose earnest care will U to please ill and
A8T1CY Urge assortment of Books and Stationery, and an warranted not to leak and .to be of the best work- "" who _ill nn .' The peLlie Is
has left r.
the embei Medical Practitioner,in bis a THE undersigned have just received an other articles suited to the trade j to which they menship. pectfnlly OIIlici d. S.GLllf SJtt
valuable legacy to the world AND new Stock of PROVISIONSany invite the attention of the public and ask them to Terms made aecommodatiD:;,'and Country orderspromptly'attended sep rUm
Great rreveutailve Consumption, choice FAMILY GROCERIES call and examine their stock before purchasing to -a

AJD Goods. the articles com elsewhere as they flatter themselves that they Also Country Roofing and Guttering done with lP bAlIWB 8 EGWJlJ.
CURE FOR PULMONARY Fancy prising following :
UNFAILING can sell as low as anyone else,for cash or conn tr; dispatch.
DISEASES -: Hams Beans Coffee produce. 63 STATE STREET, near the Market.nov. -CJURJ.ESTOX S- C.
vi&out VX use of Jfedicine. 0GEORGE Bacon Sides, Corn, Starch,blue A white, T. IL BURTON. I M. W. GRAVES, 18-601 Charlttton. S. C. T TIlE ** ;1** u.-cI >wjetfeny i..

Sir A.C. Bari Invented and advised the aeof FLAGG Shoulders, Flour Soup t5f N.B_M.W.Giuvts would respectfullyinform he has fwm his fronds .cd the I't.Uic ltJeralJ'1lh'
leaded that extensive and .
the Mess Pork, Meal, Pepper, the public that he still continues the Fraser & Thompson, tablishinent the well known.
CJ11S TPJW rECTOR 1 FnltonMarketFloor,Butter Spices PLANTERS HOTEL, sad ie
MEDICATED FUR ot'aIl and conditons as a Jaokson.V'll.1.o, Eaa't F1.orJ.d.a 1 Mackerel Cheese, Ginger DAGUERREAX BUSINESS, FACTORS AND now ready for the reception of visitor*. Its eHri-

rpO J. eertaba all persona sad a.weld age against consumption WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that Irish Potatoes, Lard, Nutmeg one door west of Dr.IL D.Holland's residence. COMMISSION MERCHANTS ble location, being convenient to all the usiae,e

Bronchitis Asthma Cough, Cold and other afflictions he has again opened at his old stand, Pilot Bread, Onions Clove*,- J Jacksonville July 8, IBM. Adgn't North WJiarf city localities on business will commend and it to those who visit the
Sugar Crackers Grits Cinamany no exertions or
which arise from the expense
exposed .
of the Lungs Charleston S. C.tirD'n
state of the chest according fashion, and the SUMERS' BLOCK Botter" Teas Toilet BoaWater" ) The People's Clothing, x. FRiars f rAOL movno.iCopartnership Tort be spared aid convenience by the Proprietor of hm to promote the eees.
iAfaaal changes of our climate. with and selected stock of Sugar, Confectionary. gnesb, and render his
a large well Soda AND house in every, worthy the
"Tbe Protector"and simply chemically which suspended pared WA'l j B i3HHtW wau FRUITS. DRY GOODS STORE. Xollce.rnpHE and support lie u pleased to public add that patrenan be has
fur lined with silk padded, WPbWtc.QcxD undersigned have this day formed a Co
from the neck covers the chest b so agreeable a ., GREEN AND DRIED. (At the sign of the GIANTS RED CAP,) JL partnership under the firm uf JUrrHiessESAO'llAiu secured Lemkin the services, as Book keeper *f 1,.J. If

Banner that,once WOrD it becomes a necessity and FA.1.\TC1Y Apples, Oranges Bananas Plantans, Nuts of all J MODE returns thanks to Lie friends and eiti- and will continue the Wholesale-anil veiling community, so long anti of favorably this and the kouwa"Uttat to the -
of Jacksonville 5Ute
zeus surrounding country Retail
Ac. Ae. C
*wifarl."The Protector," although but recently introduced to which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the WINES kinds AND, for put favors bestowed on him, and solicits a con- CLOTHING $ TAILORING BUSINESS. July 8-3m G. W.E03f AR.

Into America is making rapid progress through New York Manufacturers I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as LIQUORSof itnnanee of the same. As he has now entered into at the corner East Bay and Queen streets.
the United States the Canadas South America regards style and price that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. kinds Began Porter aDeI Ale of choice brands. a.copartnersbip with his brother in Savannah the Charleston 8. C. MAGNOLIA HOTEL,
Indies. It has for a long time The undersigned intend to keep a fun supply always business will be carried under .
and the West be found more extensively,
j\mon-r assortment WM. MATTHIESSEN.J Oa tbe St.
my may Johns
and for that River
on hand are receiving ,
and the contiaeot purpose
been a staple article b England on the style and firm of I '54. WM. I'.HAM. .
of Europe while it has grown in many countries WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do, NAPKIN fresh goods from Charleston by steamers semi-week A. & J. MODE Mtilllffacturin,1 Establishment, 36 Prat ?": CHARGE or CAPT. O. J. MPKET.

to the position of an article of dress. RINOS CHILDREN'S SETTS 4c, .tc. 1 ly. The patronage of the public is respectfully Wholesale and Retail Dealers In street N N'f ark,WIder{ the tuptrinUnda.net of UJS.u a new House, recently opened fer the ae.
FINE GOLD PATENT LEVEES (full jeweled,) solicited at the stand lately occupied by Moms !
of En- commodation
To demonstrate these facts e quire any hand and made to order from EoarJers and visitors freat Ue
.' DETACHED Constantly on pure KieL Clothing and Dry Goods J.MATTHIEME [ang5-2am-2ra I
gab resident b your vicinity of his knowledge of coin, and warranted rth during the enlacing and future seasons.
th* beneficial effects of wearing the Protector II 44 LAPINES, tfJOHN WOODWARD and our friends will find at all times a largoand Notice. I ITIIJ Itbrtaatca immediately! onthaSL John's Kiver.
VITBOOT arcocBSB TO DocrowKOof any kind. The (with A without hunting caress.) CUTLERY.; Bay-Street. complete Stock too numerous to mention. For ; CO-PARTNERSHIP,under the firm of' bout 25 miles from Jacksonville and a short dis-

cost of wearing these articles iI a mere trite,and SILVER It PATENT LEVERS" do. do.do. From the celebrated Manufactory of Geo.Wosten- Groceries &e* .quality and reasonable prices please call amid convince O. PICKSEY A CO, is thisday dissnlred. lance from the mouth of Ulaek Creek and b amt
No one who values the DETACHED do. yourselves on Bay street,opposite Col.Sam- The sattlemcnt of its affair 'avorably located and
.oo will last seme years. .4 do. do.From helm t Son, consiting of subscriber, having purchased the stock of by mutual ronrenirctly fitted wp for tke
health of himself or his family will be without LAPINES TUB .of Mr. S.N. Williams respectfully mis'Lot where you will find the same Giant's Red agreement, devolves on 'WILLIAM M. TUNNO, purpose mentioned. Arraogrmenls are nude fir
thee The Hospitals b this country are not alone good makers, which will bo warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS solicits the patronage of the public. He will always Cap. to whom all persona having demands or being indebted the AOeOOIII tiOU of.ixl.1 boarders and already

recommending them bat rapidly Introducing them. good time keepers. RAZORS Ac. keep on hand a full supply and fresh Stock of TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. are referred.WILLIAM numerous Visitors have availed theawelves a location

Ilarcoart Bradly Co,of London and Manchester. JEWELRY. FANCY GOODS FAMILY GROCERIES Will be- sold or given away the entire Stock oi M.TUNNO- at the/'.MagDoIn'' The House iseenvenienl
England, were originally entrusted with the which he will sell on reasonable terms My Stock Goods and R. Q. PlSC. '.Ja. to a fine Mineral Spring, end boats and are
manufacture of the Protectors by the lamentedDr. Con AND VEST CHAINS. Such as CORALS, PORTE ]MONIES ACCORDIONS will be constantly replenished by new arrivals Dry Clothing. Charleston August 31t, 1854. kept fur the purpose CJr going thither. IhepZeprie-
Cooper and continue to manufacture according GOLD GUARDS FOB BRACELETS PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AND. from the North. The present occupants wish to disr***of their a- Seyi.1 23 tor reTJeetfuHy invites strangers end rituens 4*
UUswfetnoI Instructions and therefore recommend CUATELAINS, LOCKETS OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, Dec.2-3m. JOHN S.TOWNSEND. tire Stock in order to be-ready for the MW Brick "drop in"sojourn at the Magnolia Reuse ia win.
those who would wear"The Protectors" to PENCILS, CROSSES, REoA1D KEYS SEALS, PAPIER-MACHEE, JEWEL CA. Store soon to be erected on Bay street. aaJ make The Subscriber. toror summer,and thus afford him an opportsaitT
see t*their being genuine.&UBMSSB DIAMON RINGS, Do. SES ROSEWOOD WORK "Who Shall these Boots Displace 1" room for the new stock which they Intend to bringon Cent Met the busIness heretofore carried on voder deroting that attention to their comfort Vkiea- .
Tall U A srasm.e ABTICLE AID 50f GOLD THIMBLES SLEEVE BOXES, PORTABLE .. THE UNDERSIGNED have opened ashop and in a further improvement of styles to. Invite tbe name of TUNXO, PINCKNEY A CO. will g>ve himself and the able saperintendeat a.
AND COLLOR BUTTONS for the manufacture of BOOTS and
WRITIFG DESKS, customers. much pleasure to .
ATUR to h4.friends the renewal of his ser .
RETAIL PRICES. STUDS CUFF PINS, RETICULES FANS COMBS SHOES on the corner of Newnaa and For- The liberal patronage J. M. has received during vices. WILLIAM M. TUNNO '' | J. A. "lElILCrZ1X1. .
QUT' Sru - 'l.SOeaeh BROOCHES, EAR RINGS BRUSHES THERMOMETERS syth streets next door to store formerly occupied the time he has been ia business in this city, has Sept I 213
LAMBS' do.------- 1.00< do. GOLD SPECTACLES,EYE GLASSES CHILDREN by I. B. Ho.elL They have received a Dew supply disposed him to"dispose of whatever be has on .

Bora Misses do. - 76 do. PLAIN AND SETT RINGN3 TOYS TEA BELLS materiata'' and ia the quality aDd style 01 handrAt prices that cannot fail to produce a smileof KEUFFER. HEXDRIX A CX SPr1ng.
J1ARCOURT BRADLEY .t CO, CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS .. Together with various other articles too numerousto their inanufecturea ban DO dOubt or pleasing tho pleasure front his customers and thereby reciprocate COMMISSION MERClfAXTS, .
33 Aa Street i 102 Nassau Street, SILVER WARE. mention.N. public whom we now ask to give us a trial the favors of tile J ublic. He has deter for the sale of. THE public are inf wmea that the above Retch

New-York o.a. B.-CLOCKS,WATCHES JEWELRY, dec23-2m BACEMAM A MARCHER. mined that the most fastidious shall not leave him Flour, Grain and rr lfuce.Generally, lcnlcasttl from Dr. Iiiccxx and B*
Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood Street Ckeapside, COMPRISING DINING AND TEA DESSERT thoroughly repaired and warranted, at flu tfurrttst FOR SALE. with dissatisfaction in regard to their bargains. uty8 Chartuto, 5.CV tf jxiintt trill be tpared to render the time srreeaklo
.L.isdoii, tsnfaOtOr7. 44 .J4uJul Strut Man FORKS TABLE,DESSERT AND AND MUSTARD SPOONS Do notice ir.TERMS CASH. [oet2S-ly undersigned offers his place west of the Call one and all! We are anxious wait upon aDd 10 gin Iatl8fadion ta all who may firer ..
CeWoWtr, Eg103d- SUGAR SCOOPS SALT THE limits of the town of Jacksonville, and serve yon. Read!-read!! read! II CEO. ABBOTT & CO.. with a eall. A new Bathing HOIIII lau bees.-
tL B. *Co esUblishfag Depots for the sale A. MODE A BRO., Jacksonville No.96 ted at the Spring forthe-accommotUtloii of
for sale lucre are two IOU wunaea on too Eatt-Bay, (opposite Boyet$CVs Wharf) thes*
of "The Protector" in all parts of America. Phytbjf north east and south by streets. The situation b and next door to "Morning News office, Charleston; S.C,.* who may desire to bath in uno tbejuutl StljJur
Surgeons Druggists Clothiers Dry Goods and and has it commodious buildings dee 2-tf Bay street Savannah. Spruigi! in Uu Cotmtrv. The location fa...rlr.able .
high healthy, on Dealer inSPIRIT -
also Gentlemen's New Goods New Goods for health not :
Merchants Hs tiers and Milliners situated among fine shade trees for summer GASS AND CAMPIIENE, tful turpatiedia the StaUBeae-
entrusted with the Ohca.p Btro high pine but free .
vTv ishlBg Store-Keepers are and is protected from the cold north-west winds of i from the anoyaace of 1.
wholesale and retail distribution of them and to winter. The place has cult also an excellent well HENRY ii. w. CLARK; with Lamps of every description forthe same ecU especially ltH.. Can actonuaedato

whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise AMBLER & HOEG of water and is the best garden spot to be found Bay Street. ALSO one- hundred persons only 25 miles from Pilatka.

aid a splendid opportunity opens to them for safe anywhere m the vicinity of the town. THE Subscriber has received a large and elegant English and American White Lead,Paints 3. SOY, Proprieter.
sept.28 1954-St.
Bad, profitable business. Have just received -their Fall supply of Merchandize, consisting ot dec UHl O.HART. ment GOODS. ,different kinds, se- of every kind Linseed and Sperm -
7w.rma apply to11AkcOIRT BR.-DLEY.\, tleced by himself and particularly adapted to the july 8 Oil Glass, Putty,&. tf $., Merchant'.lIolel, ttl,5.
: Insolvent NoUce. wants of this section the -lie
33 Ann Street Kew-York. U.S. m. .ng'EBI'E j. :J. PilIELCORN C. SKIFF, Administratrix and of country respectfully Charleston, S. C.SDUCTJOy -
CATALINA invites a call from hia old customers the CONflICT, JENNINGS Jb Co- 13T PRICKS.ftjj .
Administrator of all and sin
A Warning FLOUR, BACON, PORK. HAMS, BUTTER.LARD, 40,40 gular the goods chattels, ', rights and credits of public generally. illtock'comistB.ID part, of SAD LEU 1% COACII.lIARD\vARto-c THE undersigned having leased this I.',
ry Delay not( karbornot in your mind tha With a full supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. George( F.Skiff bite of this county deceased having STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GooDSGROCERIESHARDWARE.CUTLERY. No. 165 Meeting Street, HsituaUd in King Street,solicit from the traTel-
Sentence olfuoW philoeorh that a disease will this day filed in my office written suggestion WOOD AND julyS Charluton.S.V. ling public a chare of patronage Board.. SI JO

,ret eared of iteelf or that you can cure it with eer- Goods of the insolvency said estate: CROCKERY, ARE.- BOOTS AND MATTHIESSEN A O-HARA per day; 5lngledinnerWets.ony.

tain mediciaes a few dollars. Beware how you 33iy This is,therefore to notify all persons having ARTICLES SHOES,HATS MUSICAL AND CAPS INSTRUMENTS.PERFUMERY ,FANCY WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE, juIy 8-Gm JAMES M. IIERST.CIIAJ11.ESTOV ,
with general .re. demands said to file
tamper Yo wild and your Ticious youths,why will you persist Of PRINTS, a large and well assorted stock, proved and against authenitcated estate before the-aame the Judge duly of Ac., Ac, Ac. No.143 East Bay,corner Queen D. MIXER hOTEL

In Hosing with the filthy nauseatingcompounds daily Linens Bonnet Ribbons Probate of Dnval County, by the ninth day of 'All of.the above Goods will be sold on as good uy8 ,2CAarZetonS.C. IlwAnpLAwwALEn&nunNsIDE Corner ,
proffered, thereby impairing your appetie and Ginghams, Sheeting, May next at which time there will be a pro rat* terms as at any house in this city. : ; ; ;. julS. Meeting and Hayne Street,
Tigestioo and destroying mentally as well as Crash July 22 HE.: W.CLARK. : Cluzrluhm.S.C If'
DeLains Shirting, Taffetas, distribution of the assets of laid estate amongst the Cotton Factors and
when can be cured with a few does ..
physically you creditors thereof COMMISSION MILLS HOUSE
of pleasant ITouwbeurethUsm1D0yed1dubt be Alpacas; Osnaburgs, Hosiery, Florence Silks, Witness my name as Judge of Probate and the CII.-\RLES'DzW North .AUanUc Wharf. ,v ; TnOS.\S S.NICKEFS0N: *

t.redtobeMhsodYipbl a treatment at once res Cashmeres, Dress TrimmingHandkerchiefs, Lady's Collars, -*J November sealofsalslCourttbtstLenivthdayolIf in :the year of our.Lord one AtJ'OT.JO 'J Jul1S. Charlettan, S.C-- :' ". ,tf 1 uIJ'8] Corner' oe, Meeting chovbatonasc aol Queen Street, V

pleasant ., consult Dr. MOR ; Blankets; &c., &c.CLOTHIMG.. thousand eight hundred and fifty-foor. Jacktontillc. Flo. r. GENUINBLONDON DOCK PORT WlNZ. -
: .
in chronic diaeasei has; been r PAVILION HOTKL
RIS. His necee* FELIX LIVINGSTON la any purt of the County sLiMed toe WINEf
mater r than that of any other physician of his day. Jadce Probates Dnval County. SALES respectfully solicited. 5'-- 'FRENCH-BRANDT;: ... H. L. BUTTERFJELD
Many who hare been fur years afflicted with disease November ll.lS46m.Notice.. Goods sent to the subscriber en commission either Expressly,.for tnedkal '.'at' Corner. of Meeting and Hasel-stt

or consequences resulting from excess, have A fine assortment VESTS, fine COATS; BUSINESS COATS SACKS and 8ACKSTEES, OVERCOATS for private'of auction disposal, win be quickly sep2-3t '. --. ''APOTflECARYITALL'U.W.KINSMAN. .fu1)9"'i _"__Clun-l tun.8C. t
been restored to health and rigor under his really SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DnA WB \COLLARS, CRAVATS, STOCKS Ae. PERSONS Indebted to, the Estate. of Mich; attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The '.- .
dentine treatment. ALL Subscriber has been known ia tbw'community for NEW YORK.i '
Interview be objectionable Heart sen, deceased, are hereby notified ll7XZsi&ree .
Should a personal \Wa&irf.Q&JI a number of years as Auctioneer end otherwise.He .- '
State Tour disease in writing-enclose fire dollars to come forward and make Immediate pay offers no recommendations but desires that inquiries has In store an Inrmenae'atoek.or i Holmes -
_*4drew Dr.W..IL MORRIS,through the Post- TUBS Cedar aad'1"DInted BUCRETSMEASVTIES.: KEELEBS WSTed, FLOtm aD4 SUGAR ment Those having claims against said Estate to should- be made'concerning himself any .WINDOW SHADES,1 100 Wall Strut 'N. Tf ,
Bee,Sarannah Qa, and a package of medicines DOXES.'AXE IIELVES )V.ASH.BOARDS, SIARRET BASKETS. c1L present them within the' .time prescribed- by'law, commercial house at the place of his re d nce. which be is aow offering at prices nth as to present : r
will be sent privately and with or they will be barred. grestlndizcenaente to eustomers. WILL pay particular attention to sales ef Yel.
securely put up Since.the fire he bas located his store on Forsytestreetvcn ; _
H-a J E dec2-2m JAMES U HEARN. Executor. '' Flue; Lumber Live
despatch fun directions therewith, and BO question IJ 2nfi I the burnt'district,,where bis'Auction business ; 'Aiso'i piLe SOUTHERN Oak.,and
asked. : Insolvent Notice Ie.also at present* conducted and where he Lace sad Muslin Curtains Satin DeLsnes,Dm TIMBER and PRODUCE aarOcr
1 Persons living at a distance afflicted with Scrofula A large and complete assortment of all kind. .- Sun or FLOBTDA, .\ keeps en band c*the most reasonable terms, asks Ae. all at a great bargain.jnly8tf to july7-tf for purchasing. MERCHANDISE.' 7"" .
Old Ulcers Tetter Cancer; Piles Fistula in ': Cetpi fy of DueaL J''. PAMILY GROCERIES.AKD'PRO VISIONS, :_ 3

AM Gravel Strictures Gleets or urdiaeue character what JiG i ll ANN JONES, Administratrix. otl'the 'For CalA'and. CoufcfrV Produce. DOOKS8TATIONERY-AND:s. JOURTENAY :- ,S." lit KockeabaogQ,,.
malignant can CHEAP
eC as aggravated or POLLY -
rer Jnly8-f CHARLES DiTrALLTBOS. -
W evredM home by consulting Dr. xoiii'B by DRUs ES SOAPS PERFUMERY COLOGNES AC AC. .of John A.Jones deced, having filed -' ,_ GESLZALlU.TToNMF4pIANr
: .
: .' fa office a written suggestion otthDIIoInDe1 / "j PUBLICATIONS.. .r C' r
1.Uerpostpu14.riC15Ing a I. my .'.RKirmuocs. 'JAM r.s CHESS.' julyS No. 3 Broad Street, CbarlestonS.C.| tf ? .
: of said Estate J'This b therefore notifly an persons
e4iciDeI i pleasant and safe.be sent per mail 'Hl K E B.X To Planters and Lumbermen
' .f the United States. "K. having demands against laid Estate to present A CAREFUL attention win .be ito sal.ef
"to Particular aay part t\1ir-tLr* given to tha treatment.rl.' The larged'MIOI'tm'ent that has been offered in this market consisting ofeomac. warn, white them duly proved and authenticated to.the npHE1 undersigned having formed aoopartnenhSp AGNEW Aiin>FISHER HOXIE \> Cotton;Ulcej Snga 'LumUr Timber and
aaaJt..p1aWII. Ladies who Bay be'afflicted Granite Mulbery and Marble setts Glassware,Preserve and Fruit Dishes all styles and qualities Judge of Probates of said County of Dnval oh.or the purpose transacting a FACTORS. : COMMISSION' MEJl.v other Southern Produce. Also Merchandise purlased -
'with IrreguUrities Flour Alba,. or WhiUe Pro- Tumblers, Goblet, Wine Glasses Fluid and OU Lamps Candlesticks Lanterns Jugs Ian Splt&ooDl.te befotl the first day of March DOt when there will General Merchant Buaineu at, ChANTS, : on most advantageous .': July8tf"Hoe

apsas Uteri or Failing of th* Womb, would ..doweQ HARDWARE. *' be a p -rata distribution of the funds belonging' MAGNOLIA, E.F., 4ccornmodaionrrharf Charletttn! ;S.C.W. dc C.o'i.,Patent Ground Saws. '"
to lay aside all false dcleeeey and promptly aid Estate, amongst. the Creditors thereof : would respectful call the attention ei'aQ who are milE Subscribers tmnufjctare from the hesi
-nI tile Doctor. Cures warranted. Selected expressly supply the peculiar demands of this market, goods for building aad ipU1'pOlel. Witness my ho&sidthe teal of desirous purchasing cheaply, to their Urge and G.BANCROFT & Co, 1 Cast Ste4'Cfi1CI7LAR-SAWS-.

rZT All.letters.to receive atUnlion must be Carpenters' tools 1.0.Ac. [iSAUl said ;.Court. Probate, this the, well selected Stocky consisting in part of NET- CASH JOBBING. HOUSE. Inches U eighty i b diameter.- .Their Sava
,.. ., 2SOi day of August A.D, 1854- Dry Goods,Groceries Nos 253 4 255 King Street. .
.W 'rf1l".IL WINES & LIQUORS.FIXE S FELIX are hardened and tempered, and are ground! sad
= n.' : LIVINGSTON. Hats Caps. 1 : Glassware azarzskSu; finished
SaTahnah; .. ; Crockery by-maxsahwy.designed expressly for the
OLD BRANDT HOLLAND GIN and BOURBON WhISKEY, boWed. :Dabessks.ALB. Judge of Probates of DuvalCwmty.aog'266nv :- .Boots and iledlcinesj .
JZJT Consulting Rooms Sd 69 Bryan streetoprt5uh5e Shoos Drugs purpose and are{therefore,'much superior lo these
Square' -,.-Jny293ythlrt PORTER CtfAMPAIGNE CIEDR, **, Ae. : l : Iron Nails Paint Oils' .' U. JESSEN, ground ID tile usual manner, as they
: THE SUBSCRIBERS may .be found for the present in the new building erected for l temporary ,For Hale. Hardware and Cutlery.Window GUsa. DEALERS IN GROCERIES*IJ- sued and stiffened hy i1IcftubIgthea la streotth-
t'llar and Cravata. the old,stand destroyed b Ire : They hope to the 1855 In the 'Particular attention to the Provision Bust. k_ .* thickness
use eo tbe site.of ; ; open year1 large aDd bo sold on.the fourth Monday Janua paid .QUORSj-SEGARS : regularly from the cutQog edge to the centre
TI V.R.LA>TSIKQH. ,Ifoe 1I 460 X .,JlanmCseturerfiBIRTS '452,'and 164 eleraat store comer Ocean and Bay streets which is now in course erection., deo 2.4! WILt next at the bouse of Zilpha Hottns ia ness.. Hsyf, Born' Mess Pork Flour,Bacon, Fish, July8.No. 139 East Bay,Ch&rlastonSCif do not ,become. heated or becklo&1ne4,eoaoqaently >

t.11c -Broadway.Aloaay: % Hamilton Florida two the, Molasses.Sugar,constantly on hand in1rgtqan. I irodnce a, saving b.timber
County Negroes property great : .
rap.j4y ; .n]: ; t.It.1, :. ; S. S.FABRAB,& .TIIERSI They also
Uoasee .A.po"th oa.r-cr of Wright Ilogaae deceased minor-be r-of uanttftetare:,cs.t'stoai M2t Kt aa4
.' .throuirheut '
Jumishiog : the
of. Produce of kinds *> tNtOFPElS
purchased.- GROCE- Cron Ciii
,. Sa.
AtoIbatdllouan. deceased. Descriptioa of Negroesas c tBmeW.beotpdo .ah
Uaitodgutes. Orders from any part of the JUf* / 'a aguffnian nJf Mows t One woman 3*y.srst.oldjandone .All are Invited to'call before.making purchases HiES, &c t'alnr..wJiic1a they'hive for"eo 01"they,ra1.

cWIflb. aHa4 promptlr. ;:. .J&atMM, and. _; Tea Depository! : JS boy tea yean. old,sold for.tho.benefit:of the elsewhere. Corner Esel Bay and CuinberlAnd'-Sti. be obtained of the prtuolpalf Bard war*ilercaaat*

'MUMtfaoteMd JlarlDc..IoaI.-tar.largest Uornsee Ia the country, Removed t.She.Ne1Y,Store lnnlmes TIlE Subscriber beg leare to Inform tie eiSsens oUYr'tln Terms of. Ml made'known OBthe. uKoreeys.fllanketiAo.'t N.WA large assortmont of.egro Goodi.ncJi. J ulyS! ': : \cart4aLo.8.c: : ".' UlrOagliaUt.th..Uslle.I8Ia.is. and Caaada'. A

,he has.4ooht of prtoc eaiXital ittUTviton toonfcisssla Building opposite Dr. Baldwin' Jacksontille Its YIeIDIt1 that'he1 still day of sale. : ZILPHA HOGANS,' iulyS-tf UENDRICES A:k CHESS.Asrent t it .-e. K.HOKA.COV
rllle. Jacksonville 1854-Ct V Guardian. : ; .29 sad 31 0ohL te efc
price and quality .ov.Il-tf ',Ocr, .continues to keep open his ._ JVtJLLAWTON CO '. v *
IT THERE is kept eoosUatly on hand a large an! '.-- Notice.S ii 37JPibiwhers: newrpaperr who via insert
lm.lre.t.TSAAC .l W of ..4 .\SKuouTqALLEIty;, rt for the ponatry to New-York k City* ..e: ,.FACTQB3AND &his advertisement three tiwee- rith this :
: If.a BCTOW,Admlnistrtter*f the Ev well selected amrtmept .on Fonyth Street second dow!vest of D.Uo1.100Sra MONTHS from date onderrJgned AdTnlaistratorpfthe > The adrertiser ,prepam,t act.as- General COMMISSIONERCRANT31 l..anlu..pu.eoataiaiar the samawiU.oisaad
X tote or Wniiam'O. Ruford late of this county >VOS AmI.dIDt1eALI", rAlwaysreoelvedV : ',, _' residence; Estate oJuB.Coled. and Correspondent,.IQN.w'York*" lbs : 13 Sov&trfl WJi.orfr -. paia in priating laaUHal,by pwrebaMiUEfoartiaMStho
deeesest having filed in my office a wrItten sutsttoortMIasolreaey the Isia,t anit'- .,warranted Where he it prepared:"to lake'pictures b a manner ceased,will present bat accounts and vouchers to business me.and ethers ia the interior,:. U.will .,i Charleston,o C. ? amount of their hoi for the advertisenMBt.
of said Estate.. This is, fresh sad genuine. 'VLlso : not surpassed.by any;,.;He bMapuress.r.pens. the'Hon.Judge Probate for Putnam county,for devote hie,whole-time. .and attention to.the PUt .1ru.'bL'awto., | WmM-Taylor,' Jen YoA April 22d l8S4., .
thorsAfw,to notify all persons having demands dn.rrwrerwl :- .I' ii'uaery, Combs llriisnes.'Soaps. ,- I .b fitting up bit Booms,'having splendid settlement, and wiU at the same time.ask fo be chase and sale of Fancy and f pthsr Goods Books. LWalnrM Paco"! 1""; Joseph Ti>UL .-. fjuly-3ti!

and authentbaUd-m.tte oOcroTlhe I> ,Barnliig Fluid Ac*,. -I ,reeept3onioomforiedlis, fitted ap b a neat and discharged ai laeb",Administratot.-.- Prints Machinery,Manufacturer's .lDd.It OCbsn* '. July8 ". ,. .. :.Ty -, : --a.To- tie 01"-- -- -- -- .-. .
Judge of Pi abate ft*Dwral eoonfy, by the seven- --whlchwiUbesUdWwforeaah.- tasteful style,esidei Us Urge fine Skylight,'.- S.OLINSZI ies Stock aad Material rhQosOThkal'Apparatas, -- Settlers etI'Iort4.1VLIVS "
.5 tth day*f July.tMxt eemteg,at--whteh time .Country orders soUdUd sad punctaaHy attended" I Ulng hint jto tak,';p1ctnres. In. groups or'sWrly.b ,soiLs,AngustT,'31.Admieistroto... &eJ Dnsggas4entsnsiotherhtedioinnt.tur1 I r. .JlALO 4t'TAYLOR; .; :, J .Offlee R.hEIERF.1t4 T tithe General,.aa<|
then win to.. nU triM.the aeseb ofal4 rBysieUas'preeeriptkmspatupwiaieareaaddespatch. tlear or eloQd, weatber. .. HefeeU.eonadentof Valuable Sea Jsland Cotton:and ga| iemeats :Sltds. Stock, *.., CollooUoos L'tWBER :P-,C03HIISSION aa Pension Of5ce\Tashingto IX.C,
to. :
"> Mtato Mmsjst the enditon IhoveofVQirM satisfaction to aH who insysrohJra with Z J Corn Land for Sale.. ZITOUR made ani.,ptOIIIft &, .information..of al) i- ,..CIIANTBAlJ (1 da attend-promptly Amed Ut e1&hiIe'iDler the'PhsrI.
a call.'. lie,is.thankful-for favors aad kInds famished .Uk regard OerapaUoa lets tt 1843 aad 1843. *er.
cador hand and the Seal Ma past hopes persons aodplacelberaj '. '
ny ,
: JEAi.
w mn.abnrw the .BarW St Johu'i river q ; d pAla" SOM who vsre aottlers under the mid Ad
-1. Ooeatef. Preset ef'Puraf f.tattLe NswYorkPcduJ'ssCeioji.7.' to receive' a ocnUnaanoe of the saxae.. Those who I' BltiMtioas procured.,tnd/guarante d; for ofMC
IPnIIdt'sse la' aeksoaTine .thie.,the Acat for the do not want pictures,",rejpect/ully bvitedU J7 immediately located en the river, :The tract derksj>mnc>>riic l U'eo.aiw'othenKJ1. Very respeeUuny eoastg&neats of, and having compiled rttl th*requlroBtoaU them
Jaauair _., 18tl Teaof 11ttMC tmppt ttoa.--d Clf3 eaU tad exapalog his rooms and*.pedmess.iiistr .' embrace sores nuadred and fifty acres five bun .and female.employers ngtptfanifsentts 11 !gtf .4 of,han DOt reeetv, ta 7C.0&1&day > warranted
--'a FELIX LHtoasTOW a M U He. bc..aZ1w sMut. : -: .r_ :JX.\T GRAVES; .dredofitpr nearly eo first rate hammockrland. country., >pajfagessWred isCslItOtnIsAuetri1IIeBitfOVOlXinst ;<> 'liberal advahces'madeS : hare them obtained or attended to b*tfcesuhseriheiv
."".. < ..11"1' and to-originil statv with the xoeption* of anyUdogtitt: Mla 11 ; ia.g; .;PWIadelphla ; AlsoeUhne ase ale Ju2O-Sa Judge ef Probate Dural. County.. c.untryDcl1rssUP$1M.b7TdeT. Jt Admlnlstrator'sJifouee. about eighth aerMlBbarod/and weQ-adoptod foil 4erop' sogenweUsoquiitody1thNesa4ltabMMuis t'"U'.JJC...TtTCEARD8ONJ.- BOCJfTT LAND, CIUPBACKATZ* *
"---; ;-- 'NOTICEU4beUrft iat PCHapuI rltaCAsE. XGARDES > SIX moatbs after daU; I wiU present aryaenoasts the '.ensafatf season. MSteamen McessarOy n c5A4lbIifl-haiOIeewil1, hO ulyS-tf / \Ecu42rPJaekJos1i11dT1A; on the aesteaacasbl.terins.- ;.

1lommatter 4ate I sbi.pjt. '. "A,fLOWER 8BEDSr PLAXTS Jt<4'alsoaUrsy vouchers to the EonA.R.CubssJvdgcoPeabstseInaa4tuwMacMsCocitjea4 pw within fifty yardi aftifc place ia Mtadinf! eoBte faitnniflyj promptly Coflimii It' c 'jxrs.anEltC.JA1czsCopfs2t' .-
-sIX 3" Prow.bUa t1 rlIf.. *ksataaaad;x r<','.-*+ '" ask e- the rivet.- 'Oa the.premises tbert b a very supert eoafldentiaL "Addms,' wW: fetf!s4eqoaXx rJ QCpfWhjld) :t-BJr: T1S.Sel?":,), 1' 1
U that farther .f
T.afcJULLAJi.SIX dieohargedfrflw. ubakristraUon of t
:jiIof-S baa 'M Adntmistrator the Je118-4t 4-- .- or thre.-ryraIn.I-1IOuIewlthS basement ol Jr..t ", 1' :' 7f
the. stoteof .seyo! !, 41'.t 't -- ,' ', :deiI.r I. 'f' -
WliUirn.&Jtaudiei-IM. cCsaidejoaaty : .
.Joba Jkaddock deoed UU of Sas- .Iii.set Xocatton Healtt.f Water and HkJl ether ; : ( 51
et&rI, U. ; ; Jon O.c
the ,; ** ,A.L-li4liIun ,Oen'l.LaM Oee.AdJneu,1'aittcA .
ajoaths from date, dsoeaisd.v V. ,_ ,
.1. -
3 .
LaL'd SjOl'I nd -
F'isoustyr1a. nataraladraBta ot' 6H. surpalsed.t-T te i iSiJ 0 .a GJ ass 5
-- ; ,ft At EstaU ofjoeej* Vaufht,1,deeeased .;: "TU08.3.P1tET.A'rl'Aimr. oeL 29.at.. .." a1berrr MtI" teer .
0' -- '8PICEJt .RRAD9C A1.IC SMMtaU anaVoneberslASeHoii.7aJge w'- ; good and bmW aoeottmodatinjj*A PI fII:1."aer 1 .1f.HAnm.BTBU'r.' '1c JULTCS E. MKENL
JL2Sadsii It J U4J will present taal for "-J146.WJL STAJiDUT..DeIi. nIbIcknIy-CG..Cbsde.tOi,E'c.'ATtB: $. 114 h *aiited.. ..sL4.te4vtGOALBANstBoa.bseantj ... __ Cl C.. 1- _1 tar.JYCUI nat
ee., tt r Wtte fWPtttaam Oooati, N.wnaisvW., Jaa.4th. 1854.1.------ ,! .I .,-- ... ... ". Mt
: :_. i ieUl.m.ntM at the sme illO. 'wIU, :ask to bediseharged -. ham PaUtkai Capt Coxetter.' 'lUamsr. Garogaa-. If .' 7Ee.iustaatIyftwale.gsesvs1worsoieni.LCCW1lTa Copartnership Notice "
'A.DA.JlBG : 'OJaL'IIDllUY1fE, :' tAd iniitrtc.i lfeUee." ortotiaowner.onthepUoe. : a a situation ia a Dr/Oood&>sueafc *Aral*
.. c/" .' ...1. -_ _- s41 ee47rtf .. sad OIIAe allAiadsTARNf .. J Theu rfef"*Vtotowd tato,0 3taer.l
,. .. t. tCM1'WU1ed. ISIDIB WINDOW &ASHBS *pra.fiPIBIT .
.'" n.Nth '-MatotMm P4'O" icuZi GLASS sad ehIpforth.1xaotlo.* r..y..1.<1fcl
.cirast244f.PPdLihoJtitfldiipMsk.itnbe1WQri.likaM.) .. t 'v-- : ; J.J. .< .T5N1r-nu OAS'QOIIIf&N;EOOT" r-,' McQUSE MctKTO S,.,
.- f t..trit. Uee. .' '= "'. "" ._.1J1ottt.. 'I ,- .. t.t. .nAt "'ho' 'Qt' tIo i!J'Uln1l1Kl..nw5.JBUfiU118 of T5r 't .. F.RANC18L.WUUTOX.

,)ii, 'Jaet. 1'1&D1'&a4edl1be ualaW free. J MtII'ttat..' .. .w&t hrD raI", J.lIi1u..J.: t #l ct9tik1J.da. .fIl; ( "jackWrffle, Nor.J9 1864r>tC: i S"O)* "

2t !zAi3tfiAw IIC &IrInCCElVED. 0 fS.'for' *nat .
.&e W IIIIA11 gtratkeofthe Fettle of Thomas W. Pyles elSAJ'L time required by !**{ otherwise .this notice will CO M M 1 5 3 1.ON, M E K CUANT..1 gecounty-EJorld& # to .kl. > ) and wHl be sold theap.1 q.x absence from this Cry .. ,
B.PYLES U plead b bar. H.IL HOEO -
ad ftrp3s e byt.blOt bUyS StuHuuuh Gea .tf '4ecb-u. A.JmIG..i DO $-tl BTOIOS ORATES.,
;rnIO .1. CIa\"E.S. buf 6,1S3t. Cp.Grn)) Admiaistiator. ovtI4ni Administrator. ,