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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: March 3, 1855
Publication Date: 1852-1859
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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.
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SPEECH OF EOS. H.J. LONG, der foot? No Senator or"other friend of o,.law, except ia'tha form'rf a'JadiebU I' "Tha yaas'aad amyt baJBf raoairad taaraoaj fact,which iI rery easy"'of correction 'U requisition of'electing the Justices of th which'the provisions of'tbe-Cea-
this bill pretend that it is either an impeachment I taoe,laar aet U waal yet thavome is attiaor Maura.,CnUaaaaa aad Oraesi wars f.,vIm is ,
true that the or the .tittatioD which
vauvaarn nr TBB power Sopiemc I Supreme Court. I ..s at tlaee eofr
Sand dinaq. aM Ju&iIee:aM .: n. set ill YMl-Kr.Speaker,Mem. BaJahndfa BarWe -
Florida ,State Senate, preferred by the House to i qasdion it DOt 0 whisk regalates iDdl"illuirip' Blackbara,' Bncti rackennda. Browa Court were rested in,and Ks duties pe- Mr. President I bee the Indulgence, el pertinent 0 tJ .qesatisu, aresotallens.

aea.ua 27, ISM be fried before the Senate, or.that U an I each.'J adrte meet ht 4eeidbrc iDdi,14uI Braes frataa Carter:Ctenua Coombs CosbyCowao ,formed by the Judges of the Circuit Courts the Senate while I reply to another arg akfered ereren eo modi named. IftL ,

O Ox Bttt entitled "At Act to Regulate I address requesting the Governor to remove 1 1I cans It lea aftcrfalbtov:aiiaaiiat .a ,Cot, CntUoJea*.Daniel, Davis, Duke from the year 1845. when the Oorerumentcfth.Statewaa6rstorganized lDeat "hicb I have hear J suggested. Itu author of this paper hi reaDy. aa eaiacat
of tke Duties of the the Judges. Therefore there can no reasonable mental principle of oar Ooreronieat kwetpTofl Danlap SOistoa Farmer Teed, Gibson Or..., under the this- .that'the Legislature created the separate lawyer.1 do not,wonder at.the otarvaaamralar >
: the Performance doubt but that the act Is in violation a department Mcawarr to freedom aod daa- Onmdy,IlaU Hanrfart.ihnenn Ilardla Harray,

and a Constitution until the 1851 when the Supreme Court, end therefore curom stance that bi _'II
Court ofthia State to year nay, *
Supreme of the Constitution and girt Botoolj the eivil. bat the political rlrbts of Baakia Ilatchiasoa James Lee, Lena Marshall -
to not
change the time and place for holding be ought : taM whole & Under uch etreaautaaeas,wa Mays (',:' }'M'CoaaaU Legislature elected three separate Supreme abolish it or turn pat iu Judges at pleasure. wUhholdea tram the docnme t".I

\ the lermt thereof.n passed. wwW bo faithlen sentinel wa were ulent Wa W1sv.OwsI.yPsyno, laud Sanders SkyU Coon Judges, u the Constitution then by otkervite providing for the discharge of mal be permitted to ay wfthautsaab
1 hope jt cannotIie necessary to urge the .shall in the eoocloiioo of oar addraM, avail Mr.velrea SpaUing Street Tarltoii Robert Taylor, Tim allowed it to do. Bat it was the Const Supreme Court duties. Now, I think this anydispiragezirent! .of the author'of. thin
Ma. P* :IDEKT:-Before T proceed to Legislature not to pass a law which they of.tile parting admonitlona af oar,father lake Tamer WadJeO Wade, 'Walker, B. X.WatkJaa tntioit and not the Legislature which eon- idea or argument'altogether a mistake. In anonymoQ Minka of eminent, ; causal

'-detail the.reasons which have influenced admit to be unconstitutional, for it is to be Washington, wb s with a ,raJrit almost prophrtie ,'.Wtlaaa, WingaU, A. White, Wooden ferred Supreme Court powers and imposed the first place if the acts were true, M assumed that if the Senator from Jackanay abs

my mind to vote acainst this bill it affords presumed that every member of the General anticipated lie h each acettes aa Keotacky aow preeeota.. sod.Yanti* 3., .,jjs .&a..t-2. the duties of the Supreme Court "upon"the by'the'aipnBcnft.aat'the Iegi&Isturn rather prides himself,aumetin'irpBBVwaf
knew
of UXayFMCIItL'1'erllJlaM
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me pleasure to refer to the assurance which Assembly is desirous not only to observe they are appaan forgotten by modem pofiticiaiw ekttJU sad aa The question wee tbea taken ea the adoption Judged of Circuit Courts And here seem created the separate Supreme Courtit being lawyer,:win carefuUr Investigate t

the $enatr from Jackson who Introduced' the solemn oath which' he has takento could and did foyvie.,the oviU which result from of the third reeelaUoa.. which was decided IB the to I lie the mistake of fact, which I desire tocorrect. might follow that it could be abolishedby this Mbjectfbrhiniavlf seriously;enimin.
it has given that although whig himself, defend and support the Constitution, oneroachiaenti by ODe department of oar tiovera- afirraativa. The third clause of the fifth article the same.authority, but whether this all the provisions of the Constitution which
be baa not been, nor will be. influenced by but that he feels the highest possible desire mesS on another, when la Lvaisdktory sddre "The yaas and nay beg required thereout by of the Constitution is in these words abolitiod could take puce during the term I hav juat read and candidly' canaidertn

jmrt considerations in acting upon this to preserve the integrity of the Government ba olemnlj caatvoa at ia the Wlomag lanjraaja Messrs.Tarltoa and Brackeuridge, ware aa follows "For the tens of Bra years from the election for which the Judge had been elected and plain common sense fn mimg, 'jnt a*: ba

'subject. I am particularly pleased to hear of his country. Ibis is'to be taken vhkh.npporU See 6 Manh.oar argument Wash sad'dtracU oar vis Kaek- of the Jadffes of the Circa Coarts aad.titereaf- commissioned is not without some doubt, would leek to understand the realmeanm;
ecnrse- 699. Teas Mr M..rs.1.IniwIdg.,
Speaker,
this surrancej because in its absence 1 for granted, consequently I deemit .'It is importaat that the _I.if.of thlakitir ia barn Breck, Breckenndge Brown Bruee Berlin sir until, the the General of the Aaaamkly SapreoM shall Court otAorwMaproride shall baveited for it is known that the Supreme _Court of of any other piece of good plain Enguan .

should have regarded this as a strict party unnecessary to urge the Senate not to a free country should inrpua caaUoo Ii tboee mtrusted'with C.br,Cowan, Cii,Ciitteuilen,Dasi., Duke, Itea- in, and powers Us dotiea perfunaad by the Judges North Carolina did gravely decide that a composition 1 venture the opinion that lie
_oventent designed to get rid of democratic pass a law to pervert or.evade any provision itt administration to ecnfiaa themselves lad. Farmer Fen Gibson Green Gnmdy Haas- of the several Circait Coarta With! this Stata,and clerk' a Court could not be divested of will be able to form an opinion much more

Judges not only on account of the source of the Constitution. But I will urge within theirren (1..elllWtit.tbtsJ spheres, ford, Hanson, Hardia Harvey,Uutchidsoa,James, they at a majority of then shall hold sack see- his office by an act of the Legislature abolishing satisfactory to himself than .the 'one he
from which the bill emanated bat because aad implore Senators to pause and examine avoiding ia the exerewe.af the powen of ODe department Lo/ran/ Marshall Mays '.Morns Owsley, atone of the Supreme Coed, aDd at each tina as the office. And this was the opinion seem to hare adopted sad reported to th*

last summer I beard the question of the the provisions of this bill and the proTisions encroachment, U eweroach Unds to cpus consolidate another.the The spirit af of Payne,.Basil Tamer fikyles.Waddell Street Walker,Robort,B Taylor. E. WatkiasWjUoo. ,runberiake. i 1 shall ba directed by law" of the late Attorney General of the State, Senate., ,And although I hare labored ia

abolition of the Supreme Court discussed of the Constitution before they an the deaartmrata IB sue,anrf Ihu S.power creak adespotnw. A. W"aite.WoodIoD and Tanti*-M.Saya Is it DOt plain from this clause of th. D. P. Hogne Esq. published with the the profession of the law for many year,
in a neighboring county as proposed vhig cast their votes In favor of this measure. A just estimate of that tore of pawer -Uaasn. Barbae Carter, Chenowitk, Constitution Mr. President that the Leg Governors Message at the last session of yet I think that one sensible man of.eon

measure, and I have beard rumors to the The practical effect of it will be the same and pruBenen to abate it, which predomiaata in Coleman Coombs Daniel EUlston Fulton, islature did not authorize and empower the the General Assembly, to which I beg leave won education U a*able to understand the

same effect ever since the election for Supremo whether we violate the Constitution, in the htunaa heart is rafieient to satisfy as of the Basking. Lee Martin tfCIanahaa M'Comua, Circuit Court Judges to act as a Supreme to refer the Senate. But this doctrine, I meaning of plain English ,composition a*

Court Judges resulted m favor of this vital point, wilfully or inadvertently cal troth cA of b.this ln poei the.axerriee TIM of ntettnty political o/rteiprv- ding M'MiIlaa,Tarlton KuttaH Wade Penn, War Samuel, Eo Watkins, Sanders WinjaJe SpaJ- Court 1 It was the Constitution, and Dot admit, is questionable, while none deny another, and therefore do not claim for my

candidate* who were attached to the democratic a state of rtcolutiim ,'ill exist-for, Mr. dttidutf' mnd.dlttribut'utg it into different power,de-by aDd S. 1e-2I. the Legislature then, which conferred Supmne that an offictr may lie displaced during his bumble opinion upon this aabject any deference I:

party. But I am glad to hear all President, there is no reason to suppose fKwitories,and coBstitatzag each the guardian of "The question was thin taken oo tha aioptioaaf Court powers and duties upon the term by an amendment of the Constitution or superiority account of.;a r \ !
party mothes so distinctly disclaimed and that the other departments of the Government the public weal, AM ken evinced by erperimenU tha fenrth resolution which was decided IB thaafirmativa. Circuit Court Judge'. Hence, it follow -by a change of the organic law. Butis professional knowledge which 1 mar' po.J

mi self acting upon this ab nrance, shall will,.regard tnis act as valid. Allow ancient and Mocfera; some of them in'qpr euun- that the mistake of fact being corrected H true that the Legislature ever did ere- se**. I persuaded that every Senator 1
avoid &11 argument of* strictly party character me to call the attention of the benate to try and under oar ova ..7To preferre then "The veas aad nays being required thereon by the argument baaed upon the Supreme Court? I thing a little on this floor who will take the same fin .
mad be Messrs Cnttendenaad were as fallow via
aiascessryestoInstt.tesbem. ii Cueby, :
which wtherwitie it might Le my privilege the immediate probable consequence of its the opinion of the people,the attribution or modi It ew-Jlr.Speaker,Messrs B.iDbridc-.Blackburn go with the error itself.it : will show the argument to to understand Uu subject that I have 1

and duty to make. ... In the first pLice, if tbs present ficatiuo of the eoaebtBjUooal powen be in any par Brick firackanr;ige,'1'01I'L Brace, Bratoa, corrected. Ami the no foundation in fact. For the first taken,will be able to form ag opinion eat,.

In order clearly to understand the enbJtct Judges ol tU:SupreuH. Court be tI.. uieii tieular wrong, let it be correUtd by aa amend Cushy,Cewaa,Cos,CnUcaden,Davis Dub Dun- corrected asaunies this .- tion tof :fifth Article the Constitution tied toa much respect,'at least, as that
important that we have an accurate which the | fOf.Ic base Uleu them foP they ment hi the way which the Constitution dM-guatre; lap Farmer, Bard Gibeun Qreeu HatchiDaoa form: The Conti"tution that the Judicial power of this which it ba been my doty to form and *x.
it is of the effective provisions will nut U.e It-IJ feel buund to defend and Sat let there be no change by vturystum ; fm James, Lngaa.Marshall Maya.': ,OwiagsOwsley. several Circuit Court Jut -. both u to mat ten of law and equity pleA on this occasion. The habit of careful
knowledge tide in nutaoce Street Bobart Tkaberbke
be the
though one instrument Bead kylas Taylor -
\ IH'Q before the Select tiUl)Ort the CuUtttufl, because ue IDa) may the duties and exercIse be vested in a Supreme Court Ac. investigation about an the advantage
of this bilL %: it wa* of pod it u the euttotnary veapm by whicb free Tnruer, Waddell Walker, B. E. Watkm -
Committee (a majority of whose mem- i hate thougulkeelk Uoiattu lU&t sucrcd in- gotcrnmetti arc dettroytd The precedent must *,Wilson, A. While Wooden and Taati*-.17 the Supreme Court. and if ; it is plain that the office or institu which lawyers possess over nnprofeasional

ten have reported against its pa cge.) II L 1 t el."e the J ud jcs; of the Su1iwe always greatiy o\erbal.ulCe, ia permanent enl ", -Menrs, Bathes Carter Ckeaowith will they may"so amend the ; of Supreme Court U created or or- men upon such subjects the present. .

bad occasion, and indeed, it became rnr I Court will be faithful to the important any partial or transient benefit which the use ea> Colemau-CooiBba Daaiel laiwton, hitcher, Fulton as again to'reqmre tliis duty *.ned by the Constitution. The officers And, Mr. President a*the Judge of the
daty carefully to examine the bilL tru.t confided to them.and refuse to at any time yield.' Halt Haakias Lee Martin M'Claaaaaa But it cannot be pretended If that tr.bnnal must not be confounded, Supreme Court are lavyert,who hare been '

From especial that examatatiun it appears to bare retire from, the pout of duty assigned them M"JOIKf WM. OWLET BOTTLE M'Cormas ria, Porter,Miller Samuel M'MiUaa ganders Napier Spalding Natull, Tarlton Par- meat has any the least theo lc*. This is made manifest by elected by the people of this State to, fill

but to object* and purposes. The first by the people, at the unauthorized biddingof M D. MILLS. Wade, Ward E.Watkins Wmgata and S. White that the Le slature may do ('' <*e to the second Section of the same the highest and most important departmentof '

.c these is the remoral of the present the General Aseeui.,1). The tuyrvuK- 'Uannary28,1825M -27" ment itself assumes ma" '. of the Constitution which declare. the government,I deem the present:

Jndfrt of the Supreme Court and the second Court Judges of our sister State KcAiuckyso I wish i might properly read the wholeof Thus, Mr.President, we are enabled by pushed! by an amendment The Supreme Court.except in case proper occasion to.repeat what baa been

is tlie appointment ofthf Legislature acted uiieu the Legislature in lb'24 attempted this calm and clear argument and appeal the light of history to see not only the directed in this Constitulou. aid of lawyers as a das of society,hymen t

Supreme Court JadGt. to fit their to k-g. 1ate Uitoi out wf ice b) of the Supreme Court Judge for Icould evils springing from an attempt of one department tion.And allow me to remark, have appellate jurisdiction only which min.t for their learning ,talents, and f,
of
the pacuigc of a kiiuiLir bill to this. 1 scarcely hope to say any thinp more of, government of a free people quoted clam of the Von t be co-extensive with the State," *c, patriotism. Chancellor George >L .of Ii

place. bate before me,aud have recently {leruaed forcible and pertinent to the subject before to usurp control over another o-ordin- au"Ihe egieatare! to : Section declares the jurisdiction of Kentucky, in the dedication to the ,first

Now, Mr. President that, my the purpose is to the documentary history of tbat learfuitruggle us. Bat I must forbear, and allow the ate apartment,but we see also that the'attempt ties ef the Supreme Court tribunal without any* reference to who volume of hi* report, at paga 7,aays:I '
prove to the Senate Legislaturebare in which aril .'cs Senate of the whole shameful abortion. en ignominious preside ia its adm \.. The
under the Constitution to ar barely escaped judge from the limited proved a .\Judges, at any time fcDo not cherish prejudices ageinstkv.yers
no power, -in which the whole fabric of aocie- extracts which have read. The election failure. And a* like cause.usu. cirenmsUnee On she Sectich. aa we hare alteady seen pro- I
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accomplish wither of this ts.Bot allow ty was convulsed to its ceatre, and whicu I for members of the Legislature in ally produce like effects, 1 think the friends ly empowers tb* Legislator for the tilling of the office of the So- tae 'friend and hi alJfrIOYeI1lJDeDU

before 1 proceed to avowal argument admimion resulted in a signal and most Luinihatiug' 1825 turned upon this question in the of this bill should regard the history ef the Sepreme Court pnwrr Court for the years with"tba Circuit of.liberty exposing the supporter of mini
refer to or ,
me to an defeat of the violators of the Constitution.The commonwealth of Kentucky and never this Kentucky attempt at usurpation a* an Judges, at any time after Juste**, and the 12th Section of the isUrs and the corruption of
the prostitution
ha been made by author of this : Judges.
which They
Supreme Judges refused to quit 'their was 'a community more' deeply and thoroughly : admonition worthy of serious CODf dmWCIL before the expiration of the Article as we hare also seen, declares
,
from Jackson. When are to brrar the minister of
bill (the Senator ) in offices at the bidding of the Legislature, aroused to the importance of a It is not to be expected that the people years from the first election 'at the expiration of five jean tile law necessary to an account for In the

disclaiming party Senator feeling did or design admit and appealed to the people of the State, subject, and the general result has been will tamely submit to what they must regard of the Circuit Courts. I \ ;. of the Supreme Court, and the to warm judge* of their oppression to- office ,'
that duty
this measure, frankly against the attempted usurpation. And already stated. The new Legislature assembled as a wanton outrage upon their reserved erase of this clause wf the ( ad:e* of the Circuit Courts,hall be elect the of their apprize
declare that be actuatedby people right to defend them
and was not tins appt..ar..as responded to by the people the next winter,and the. subject rights and upon their Constitution.There eeea mie B Vntooil 'hro efc. ,And I have already endeavored to against the encroachment, of 4

any personal or political hostility to of Florida. They sustained the Court and was retried to the Judiciary Committee, j* not a man in the State WB* ha* aaasnae*, tar iV rraa. ta that h i* but a fair interpretation to detect tbe fraud unconstitutional 4- I

the present Judges of the Supreme Court. the Constitution by sending to the nest composed of some of the ablest men in common cent and intelligence who eaa 1J uaMow* !iit it* Hwantae:. Section to cay that contemplate and knavish power and ,artful the of' tae
On the contrary he declared that they Ueneral Ak einbly an overwhelming majority the State. On the 21st December; 1825 fail to see that the Legislature may aaly I ouradrred ky iue .as when .n' the election of other Justice of upon honest and I

were unexceptionable in every respect, and who declared the act a gross infraction that Committee made its report upon this remove'Judge* from eiKce by addiwaa ftr osMMCtion with the other Supreme Court than the Judge of the 5iinpZetbeyareusetu1iathegija.j4 ministration of the laWL" t

were popular with the people of the whole ot the Constitution and therefore null and all-absorbing question, from which I will {i.preacImaeu1lur good sad raflktcat cave ieaj* ef the Otstitut on. Court, who, before the expiration i

State and especially so with his constituents void. And to make this cat* appear more read only! the following extract: after a fair and full trial which the law uf ed by itaelf, it ordains that tbe term of five year were required to In a lecture delivered at Lexington.. Kr. tin :

,in proof uf which be referred to the pertinent to the question now before us, 44 It requires bat little reflection to convince anyone the land guarantee to the humblest defendant at bewt, after the first those dutie And this view 1821, the late W. T. Barry, afterward

.,ervhe1mingmJOflty they bad received : allow me to slate that the provisions of that the Judicial if the weakest of all departments in 'a criminal prosecution. The public not be any separate Saprenw strongly fortified by reference to the elected Chief Justice of that State,forcibly 1

in the late : \. our Constitution in relation to the removal of tile government.: It has no means of sense justice and fairness will be shocked elected; for daring that p Section of the Amendment of the aid : ': .'

In view ef this frank and just avowal from office of tin Judges, are copied verbatim creating partisans faetioajs; it Is withdrawn; U has BO by means tha. of nature rewarding of its, at the spectacle nefe. presented ef an Court Judges shall perform passed by the Legislature of '"To be gnat in the law is to excel ia

txncontradictcd as it is, the first question I from the Constitution of KeDtUtk,.-. foaetraoe from political contentious; it has much attempt to condemn and punish the people' of the Supreme Court ,'and which has relied upon to sustain the most department of know Jedger and to be '

propose to discuss is the power of the Legislature 1 crave the indulgence of the senate* for to bee by them and nothing to gain| there is Doih- own len-aDa without any trial say evidence til tie (boera Assembly & which I am combatting. That great in every virtne. It require the' 1.

to remove from office the Judges reading a few extracts from the documents lag ia its sitaatkm to Inspire.any dangeroaa spirIt ,and indeed without any sharp openly provid" That i* to say, say fcThat whenever the GeneralLs.rnbly of the greatest power of the un application I' :
Court even by impeachment of enterprise or ambition; it has sulking but tile'fac1llt made against them. I have beard that shall crtatf Supreme
oftbe Supreme to which I have made reference, that we atoa shall bfo aude until teparale derstanding the greatest number of fact f
or address, in the face of the avowal may see that the sentiments and opinions Instance,of of judgment any people! U being may err e,laved bat there by ooarts Is no at a certain period there wa* an institution five years. But when that or Chancery Court, under the pro- and embrace nearly the entire extent of '.

that they have committed no crime or I ana advancing have been entertained anfois if ba where they have acted ia nbeervieary in Spain and ions part of Italy,tailed the pim, the General Assembly : olw of this Constitution, the Judges human actions and .concern Let it.also )

fault personal or official, and that they upon a kimdaruccaaiou by many men dMtuiguiahed to the more active awl,enterprising depart. Holy Inquisition," *y which persons were to nuke other pre iioi if shall be elected in the same man- be recollected, that those who acquire emit .

.ve and deserve the confiidence cia large for talents aud virtue. And the neats of government ,Comparatirelv powerless secretly condemMd without any charge But if no other prevision M ." Jkc. It will be noticed from him ian- ames at the bar,seldom confine themsalTe. I

majority of the qualified voters 1>f this hrst extract shall be from the protect which it 1s unarmed sentinel placed in the Coostita- openly made ..t them. Bet I have eoit Jodgee are -continue ; that although the Legislature are to the duties of it.. The Legislative '

State a much larger majority than the the minority in the Kentucky Legislature all lion invasions.to warn of Tha all intruders other ,and to gin.are notice'more af never heard that that herrid tribunal, end prB Court oJ Judge If, }|>ufd by this argument to be cupable of assembles are open to them ; to their hand 'J.

average majority by which the members spread upon the Journals against the passage powerful and awe intrepid.dvpartmeole Their number, bloody and unrelenting hietory shows provision is made, then the : 'a separate Supreme Court or the care of the State k oftenammnjandnonear.mumapibleosnakinggoo .
of this General Assembly bold their offices. of the *act to re-organize the Supreme their patronage aad their active participation iapolitical it to Lave Uf n. ever condemned and pen- powers of the Circuit Judges Court it i i. also declared to bearJer ;.

We have not been told by what authority Court." Has protest is signed by iorty- concerns and eontrovereiea give them nvacBBa isbcd those( whom they ware ready to uL. the Constitution shall tbe provision*of thi* Constitution? and useful laws on which the very being .

the members of the General Assembly, the eight members-twche Senators and tbuty. kindle their pearime aad lagpire them say and believe what the friend of this ad as to re-impose those dU could only apply to the creation of of the State depend Every period of the

legislative wrvants of the people, assume .x Representatives, among whom are with ambition Acting,under these aacitemaata, but have this day asserted in' relation to tions upon ,tkaau New, I Chancery Court. The word create history of the American iepnblic shows J
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to remove from office the Judges, the judicial some of the most distinguished lawyers or sensitive lie liberty.motivesthey The fraoert may invade of oar prln&er COBstitatioB the Judge,namely: ,that they enjoy and whether it be a fact or not U rather inaccurate when applied tome illustrious .penon sustaining the

servants of the same people. It this statesmen and patriots of the Southwest, ,' venerated patriwtsl ta guard apia deeene the esteem and confidence of the al Assembly this State the'Suprime Court, which was already united character of lawyer and.ctatenaa,* .

authority is to be found in the Constitution such as Cntteuden. lien Harden Robert each dangers, aad to secure the liberty of their people, by whom they .were, elected and other prevision a* to who by the Constitution, bat very ac "Iti indispensably necessary that,to he i

which we lave all sworn to defend Wickliif and others'scaredy less favorably posterity, by all the wisest precaoUooa, established they are to be reaaevtd without any fault pees Court Judge, than when applied to the Chancery Court a real lawyer or a real politician,you matt

and support* I beg to be referred to the kuown for talents and virtue: the Jadicial department of tba.government to or crime laid ,to their charge; that they in the third clause of tile r the 8th Section of the fifth Article pro- both. Jf one ought to be better,acqnain* :
particular cunfte. In my humble judgment cheek the invasions and encroachments of Hs other have committed no personal official or poll Constitution now under ,des that "I'be General Assembly ahall ted with Constitution of than
u Wkfo tit. Court eo&UoaM, the Judge it entitled functionaries. The provisions of our Constitution ,a country
there is no such provision. The tics I might, Mr.President enlarge Aid illbia question be power to establish and organize a e- those province it late defend it in
to.ofic, aiibl muvr 4 lw oiwb itarH>r<- and the theory of oar government, wa had supposed many
Confutation has provisions which are U be N & & wok ,itIiUii h im U dce. &liecw&a1IuD could not be misunderstood OB this Mhjeet upon this branch ef the eubject but I afirwial'rfe. it must he, I rate Court or Court of original equity .shape and who, from their particular par 1be 1-J
clearly I think, hi conflict with this bilL f'"I1 u. be shall be iwpu b.d, Each of Us three departments ioteaded as a deireto.: cearana no snore tins that k wbat part of that eiauae or ,"- Ac. The Legislature were rnKa, are well versed in record, the pJuarfofhistory.
By the first section of the amendment ef k& if Air aauUMf nMOo>U.ea>M wit d bulwark to our CoMttfutioa, sad the security of necessary'to(resent toe nature"she question posed to aatnonae tae empowered to create the separate iTne i

the Constitution adopted December 23, for aa hnpochanat, it bs propcwvd torctaoreaim, our rights eons t.la the inability of either or any clearly the Senate end to the eowa- th* Circuit 4'a, rf. Cour and until this power 'is :1
it to Uat tw 4iiinfa of beth braachas fto of these make :aenoua .encroachment Impose wpoa character of
aii3i ry departments .
any will be such an uprichtud aWe
brief there not :
Monday I' will forbear and proceed to -* any
$ it M provided that on the first ab aU ooocar ta aa adJrea u tbs without the eonearraaea of aUt sod try, y power and detie origiaally sep "
*Lepta lawyer i one of,the). most useful ,
of the second tribunal. .Net so with the to aua-t 1
consideration > Supreme
the point er
in the thousand tbe other
Octubcr tAte.a
in one him. To CoMtitauoa Solaratas called demolish of
year Ortm to nawv yet wa are gravely apan to one p" '
eight hundred and fifty-three and on the no eU>* first Monday in October" six yean &ti this to dell by'BUM. U&IeD', UMC Of the 'Legislature to do so. Wa eaaaot give have already stated.to be the appointment that can be said on thiapu the Circuit' Court in iu nature and rapport and defence of the week aad poor

thereafter, there shall be elected, by ,the .wrlcaaMt'U abotiiba or ducoati&o, the our sanction to tuck a doctrine. .We believe that by.the Legislature.of other person than either perceive and yield to it '! when tilled by the Cirmit the widow and the orphan; the protector .
electors'of; each of the m >eetive attempt to remove tile JmiguAj iu raortanuaiKmtopalpaUattit the Coart Appeals ia as much a part of the the present incumbents to fill the offices of its error There being' ..es, a*it has been />r ever can become of the bjoredj the guardian ,of the,right
qualified } ulwiuul7us..u.aL" Waiuawt Constitution at the oas of Chief Ji agwtrat* wabebeva pope ud ,of hi* fellow citizen .
election of other property .taerindicator -
1M Court. the Judges. But ; *
of
Judicial Circuits of this State, one, Judgeof Hut toa Coart m,era, by taa Cotuttta- that the people have established; that Judges Supreme pip upon which such an of
the Circuit Court wo shall reside in U o,sad tbafalbra usa cwlj ba aUiliiied by tbapav they can change at when they think proper w>alter Now..Mr. President permit. meagain_ to (create can' .'I',ask &. prevent all original equity jurisdiction U : pobbv. wrongs;and ia .taia. I :
the Circuit for which be may be elected | in the of whkbrwe
torttuteiiu -' can doit which the Legislature to made to are permitted at discretion, COparatt enjoyment pride oarelvea *-
and continue In office of six The next extract I shall read is from the empower the Legislature
years from and after the first day of January opinion of the Supreme Court in solemn .4 Dad the Judges (whose wont enemies charge appoint Judges of any Court under any cir cuit Court Judge from the the qu;ty from the common law that precioa boon,. ,tbe::gift: :ciHearea *
them with Bothnia more tbaa.rr to judgment) to mn.-4hatlibetrwhich
*next: succeeding' his election unlesspusuer ajJpetJ.w the i>evple, in,which they give ,at been ever so guilty,it could gTre 1M Legislature; CDlDtanceS" ..1' pane for a reply. .As ,befriend charge of Supreme Court the bupreme Court has only hare usurped, and which WM rescued tyrant Iron. c
,of thi* bill unable to point, to be but jariw ctioD. Thus we see that }
removed under the made for } know that there can < *
to abolish Bad
provisions length their rvasou* refusing jieki no right to that oourt thereby la **- their and '
yoke the
by .ralor blood pf 1'
inr thai Constitution for the removal of obedience to the nnounstituUonal act oftbe troduca 'i principle and precedent aa dangeroo any clause in ,Constitution_ which they this qwection, namely-it C word separate and create are used fathers." oor i
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Judge* bj address or impeachment and Legislature. This address, signed byhtlMs aad wortortrtntional; a prooedeat which might: canpreteui empowers the Legislature: organization of a-fparate ry loosely and with,considerable, inac ,

for wilful neglect of duty or other reasonable three Judge of the bupreme. court bean Boraafter;ft the most vicious' Legalatura toTVUSPV : appoint Judges I might perhaps. rest' theargument was accomplished by the ;. ,,but the substance these provi- The eloquent and profound Jodgar Bletf*.
cause' which shall' not be sufficient da&e.Jaa.t,1s:4 :, ; *,the beat bf Judgas: ,aUin to supply their scheme piar.i'withtpaedte1w.wenbl j )here as a" tacit admission that Justices of the Supreme *. according to the nature of the object toe thus beautifully expnase hintsr
otwarpatiosi.arafprasflMet
ground for impeachment the' Governor .p sfta&ply aiiautaati ia:sapport elearstaaoftaesaBjec a principla any aad precedent thu object of the.bill, at' least, cannot constitutionally and literal compliance with which the expression are applied, mutt "Even one-pat and rirtaoos tateutnaaror

shallsremoveaoy of them vo the: address *,,'Hat we. aW.oaa-- which destroy both the stability and iadepen4fe -. be carried out. But becauseI ef tbe same fifth Article of ther .determine' our opinions, than the lawyer ill a treasure 'hicountry:*

of .two-thirds ,of .the--General ,Assembly cUda by dei arac ear eoJetaa cuovtOiua that lite ta of that >ribuaal, sad render it inadequate desire that this matter,shall be'made" to lion, ;as it stood at that sense, of particular, words when nk goings, forth resemble a metsenger from ;
..A4vrr That,tke taosea' Shed act of tile LefialaUra ia question has attamj
W:.tated at length rT such address;and entered U abouah that appeuaU tuort which: the pwjj'.e appeals ia'the gnat citadel of public joirt'ee t it foot, cannot err therein." I: will again call tion of Senator to this It maybe fair to 'explain this apparent son and daughters of afflction host
on'tbeJouraali of each House..Andprqridedfvrtktrr treated- -that A aas.JaM ixuUir meaner pou '
That the!; cause or:.can? kad aaattaratay ace* -that it ha* air wOlUbea* aa H Js penaiMad to retam itsMMUUtkaalaod of the Constitution already quoted with cember, 1850. By that Ik'Ct create to apply only to the Chancery ner*. May my bukmtd country etar po-
set shall be notified to the Judge., so, intended tempted ia, wrest the appellate I&I"pu' mdependeat character but let putnly reserves, the election,of *U the Artide.t U provided that,. Irt,which the Constitution doesexpressauthorise sea such-aaeerten of her Ebertica aeh ,
to be Removed and bshalI be admitted tf Ute SUta tram thuea ,with wanes tha people that bsdedityS&ietIts constitutional officers be JudgM to the people them eh- It is The of the Circuit the Legislature to create, and rincJicdon or her Ian*'. '' '

tea hearing In his own defence be- hare lodged it, ami to veat rt IB taa aaada fit 0thca compelled to surrender it to tile LegUUture. it true that prior to the. amendment .of ,the Ins sssiiaa Judges uf the Qeneral ._ t to the Supreme Court because there i* Thna Mr. President. I hare endeiTora4- t

fore & Tote for radi'removal shall pus* vhs caaaot coaatitBtMaHliy, .Jtber.-.iT.'fIT. theabatouMS a tower strength for t..1 Constitution in 1850; which I have read, wHet tJM .. & ba ale, 14 I -ufh authority to that.. to which.::1 .,
it, u4. thorafara nanoiiatitalinail and .become a ..tower of offence agahut the pee. discharge the daty have sworn
and the third section of the 'same amend- sistine void fader aaJ circa eiHamira wa dueMfcxtUiatwe |may 4o,aad their nghts aad liberttoa." Legislature had, the power to ,elect. the ive ysari,set chill. boil laser I: the t ot'oVi enee to the Constitution to perform,defending the''Cotujlos-
t
neat provide that the Jnde* of the*-separate buld stilt Ua ames s4esa4 JaJ ea-4It IMB -. .Thaw Ju'Iges htve borne thenwehref so elaarin Judge, of the' upreui* and. Circuit IVurt iemv"aaJ .* itt* n>irUi Ces't hQ.t.. *-I lvct.n Jelt.cxof'the Supreme Court, aainstinfractions. And if I hare .proved-

bapRBM Court17 shaU be elected in praiaa .AppoW&eCuultil&bcUa,jskwji we xecaiTed 4eir b rh oa. that they retire jof*oar vat.d.tio@ but ,bj lhaf a1tmIeIiiiutf* the ,pvopl eJpnsl Justices uf tae CirtBit*f la Cwuru* *?rwu aJa.M i.. .r ''" eJilflUhol1 of the five years fur a* I think I hara that the .Legisatare&a1uriithorized

the same insane provided in the first.eetion truM the poup Uuwql&too uMUaioautait- The iate-nty iu>L unuaawi witb wbj k ? > vilud/t* fro u Legislature :thwimportant a4 during taeitguud* .. M." ; LC' t Circu.t Court Judges, had been forbidden* to
hold their ty of their *Jtitah aiiI.cna sat that the ..ppo.er they hive sedated usurpation, aad'defnnleS *heCssutitu&iea poiier 'aud iu v?(tlnnnaeinteraed n- 'doties I r-f
tL&LhaU iJ."ufor ; Court .
of liil could
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v r; rein r either of the two object* .
under tha aeveraat trial win I si
Jadidal oo-eiUuaite wttbih.S4at.es rrania J &* ..
t uaU it in tilt election >f the priusut r'rjra the laict T >
the -same ttrra-aDd-besabjectxeaUth vawtav by Ilia Gi*strt itfifai iui raaaaaM nub as. proud MIl letting saonumaaL, their,publie toir wbeu! r mfutc :.,e dnpreaie Court 'any more this bill I shall bare
Lint ch.
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s
Court. titttUoi
niutin
nrwiaiwM of said first section r Prori- LsesM.-by iias eonviaaa,.w iaite,, a con)> worth and virtue when all the aspertaa and ealpamief Judges of theSuprenre' ;,<, (\U'al .Iwtn all"-otner' Uibooals. in'.th* oIe for which han aMreaed th SC&t:.a
fkd.lwctmThat die Judge*,of the .Soprewi itig U ear AjjwanuuaiO. ,.B.wibuUad_f fJua*Uaa4 with.which they have Jbtea.anuilaj, shall can oha.s.tliJl.1 da not.sappooe that Stun with, tie Shirt ct ( :|.ifwii it alt *ya bad bet nor wasaojr the people) of oerjoaagStatirmily .
CourtshaU be elected by general p ieej .
tickd.1. From \be1'1aUr language"of the and usmaed ste ssa DOt being 4iapueH to : leave to submit' the fot- Lcg.taturc hate aoj general power to elector mat ,the Leg..lalnivwe nt t". created,in anj sense of the word. bill ainu to effect,let measures betaken/to tam
dos a'aM b.wlaMvs..el aad raJufced towing reestatioBS t a* the ltd to elect 1nmt.upiiioe
thesupremoJudgea
as ,
clauses of the Constitution .which I ,have apuuint i .
Ujt Heat am bestowing undue atten-
as aa Lbs.aa. aa iaipe Kinaent .wader ".narf ty 4iw :H***. aKtprttt*tat tret, of the amcnd-- to.take. the: peace' Tther' the Ckm UtatJoot,. sack tfcol'a4d: ; ,
read and 1 amaura, D eaa doubt c*:e prior 11M..adopti m the! 'arguments'liifvorof thin )
just : Ua that the rrmmal of the Judge* by any other ,ial sack 'aa' amuacaUiaa.., suu)af aags, Into MisS dnrtiavt departraeata,as sstaUiahsJ Vyaor Dk"tour.: the Constitution, which, I have Judges, a* w> the-e.Co and if'". oy.apolou0 be found ia V l githst* maass. When It tg-

mean than br address or impeachment attavafa we 4.aoL surrander ear(Mrara' ,.wa ta. a Conrtttatioa. asMOtlat to th*.brctenattiai- of qwk Rot understand them to'assuiaeright efjntnly Trcqm'rtd by : coos di ration, that the ..arum amendment 1* proposed It' vfQ 'be"'t&nsT
b distinctly forbidden. What other emaeeaa 50isged tLmrvmlatag Mr,OOuuT SUlk*, U awrlgWs<-Ubertiee the to vxi.t ni this, luatauce, and hithie wo3 5 n declared u a\ : .1 .zeendeavoie4 to' ;'refute are *o :mona'discoasritt'Dolier'and -.w.-" .
adiowTB lbs Coart tut taaresaut,aaXUas. ta re* "1 !J nWsMif,awllle thr.sd.paztmsnli of SetOisusemasw.rededbir "tuKxIei; Utio* the percona elected audan frr..4iftb.il.eittnc : > -;. -
that will
; nil and
b shadowy they I
;ttftDU1ri ._.s.w..t.w. anaratoas raeipro- ; the Bat a* the nthorof this btlf hawhttiatedtt
fffict for the lera of aut'years fronted. .IWI tile ivs o..ta&IIa. .. aal dwebJl oei each other' __ stated by;OMB bill,.are treaeiitTiti.idypiiantlerstmmi1? th.cdoOzvai.t lJnstteet: '& .Ii. mwar handling;' and yet Iib.'YIpOI'i cjpruou that those who oppoa Jt isOJy :

tcrthe first daf otJtmuf ,nezt MeccwMh iopsiatars,.taa dateruiiaatinatkamsalrai ptlmps.pis :t Mud; Thai the power'aemtod by theJaetof..5batlebiite.gaer.g puii jJUottrt:Judgeav ,J'a Aee
Vu cle< ion.,tmkcs eooncrnoioved mvder ; ,fhi lists tfmr. tiovsrauoDt LegiaUUre, tile then.lbinsud.lvthirhiLLaaliuttbitthe Court oat/the J t ea'J ; -.'counsel"and therefore ought 1 1i tt not improper toJ dOc1&brM my- .eczfrtction '
; 'u"- C rt'of Appeals, the*.....,,..ao not.,elect w MalIbe..1eeted Aes h.m -
Jp* rcovisiow*flbiContitaUon far taadiG4 vhs eM iis.-' as furyavrtavwf1aa'1n4epeadeaea.af Legislature may -afpotntanretber 's i be itilp. .' *.1 upon tba couiuarativw ment of th*>****
the
removal of address or'1mMscnnfetl" VatMDdtwyaayooareeof -.render tki aaeaawbMUenatawtof tka JadMateVpartaMwt. peraon to the office* f the-tooptrme e4 npotk this point that
the Judges by of of
the
> report abort- two bbIt Ibs'uprewCaurt.my
Preld at.t> ayatnal
the I4gjsla.r <* U' If we and estrey> dd&reat fipa.ttng'
.',.4 .N bin o
JJ_ .1or tkelermofairyear* tkscaarai wa. bare.oaa,na.aUarfUia /.dii, iiWt.rll. __ ,., ?. the ConUt tion,and sec it;there is';any. preme Court from all whieu I r without, signature, which'we. jtwiflaotbsentOedtheCen.stitatU : *<; >
J'oi
froaa the first.slay .&. sue.ecs.bth.eletioDsd the iaAaaa ef Ue levy I4'Pc m *> I I".4mRessi.4-TE4lhe; exere aof sack pom bytie1 -- ',..tJe .J.esial&oo cuit Court: Con informed' at 'the time -arat the writ- ,to repair* ,the dates*.1 ot\ UjSoprem.Courtto :
waftttstilwtVaisl/
$ 4 dadars l&aC Lalci lura is aad .. tbe plaiatlat'tIW
wadaet, solaasaty tf weWLerad &at.daei"OCircUii"J. *to ferente .r .
"*,
bs
: ..theyPUIue ;t Aioavof eniment ooraiee ;wnem o tegn I hjr twkOrcBit' >.
:
the
|iatrnat '
IBMS aleae'waa r"z and required
ew* ttnatradfa
that eat J C art.tench;than then m toap- templated
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..Ilea thIt I' Coot
8apn '
.1Iadcr" Jojefet. & .SwfewawarCoorlisoaJya
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r..bI apreeantiaD to frmanH. n
the tttst,tkh -- aetltwra aaea I. '4he' aciionW the1 ".'>f the :
'Left.Iatnreiapon .
Tonow to
w11300* important
kn made in this Comtitoltottylbr;UaV'Je- ,-7*. bars bess .... rewolution''Aw poiM.1- tmrate the. 1 r this, paper was prated: .hers $ .Court ,of Aapnlhts JBr4yflett >
the repwtud,1 must 'd.IcGtmr....cueyincmd.ttt -saunaS powiWafter $ JaWsn ] sMnaBBwaV** walkam af*
1DO&I'(1add: ,jjpp.I.-k. ddnav w.14 aaa x a atiral* de thai '' t .beard it haatdr, rra4b"y, *a ..Seaalor CUCMwaV flOHBaPttlB a.onVBwt,wswBwVa f% WStV .
tnenl.w .XuIta.dbav.the people Boade ntmaen saesuse withrrsetee 'war f.gew ianiai>ala waaraaseafcr :her the,furtherindolfrnce >ftheSenatthe '. &hero ia moL .Jt km bees said yeart-frwra1 Clrcaii Court j f Jackson/and have hdnoc-J- KwwJsSSSSSlBB eBIBl'..IXAA litryemietona4ka SsBBBBBwSawL. !sBW>BSwB\awa?I..
sIA Mw.wsearui .J' 'thatMie liit' 4onentiqaarnithsthe which Shine she .*.ss.w
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I Cpmti&etio Jar heir D.rnmmZA4In to'read U myeelCTrwa:... inI
Bave jeya4sia ew* ksvstaihwaU waVrsssisfttls JniraaJsJfca :. i"4- i fSr4rendh&v1sg ff-JC'. Utc owfc deiles I Iat exprecely resulted .
.tiaJlfatllM>t air LegiTaat rw.to e11- or thatJtCS-W .. 1IJk
.,tile Wen ; trJ
tkaylatsfawV r ..s.lt' +;- .tteSistlen the Supre Court sad 1JJiIlr.d. Ow i i0e5B L .
it if it- > _ot" .0. 4. .
jBj .," eawBaBwaal i awJmawl-a Cawkwawkals s.-aa w.. waatawaytl wpaa' sVa.lnjinnj'eTgi' Now t !. wnjBnwwjf : sr7 MirfIdil
IQI c reaarw | trodden ttn- ftm Jed.s't! tie iimirwallliHssiljiy ,isomdwblwIsd4.Mtse doaoa iI.1'ailtlHiJt ; a



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to be u incoturlstency and'Incongruity In I the humblest of the people' public eer-| .,WASHXHGTOirS. 'BIRTHDAY. |raLno'mancantclL ,Ala man of peace rm fl1VOETA1tTPRbi31EX1CO.pRoanzss -. posits side.. The people, of each nation
nbtnittin appeals from the rants .. ami .eJWBtia'imsrtf necessity .lit'Biii:D e'1i1ii
supposed my jqice J S. dcddedlj:agains XI any, ,. cpeed4o may take either sid* orthe controversy
r-rr,nofth : Greult"Judges, to the same I change)I.e1tb ;of these* respects. Stability the'Father ;hit *. are and upon firindple, he,hoped the of the Supreme Court at this place,the fok ; OF THF BEYOLTJTION. without implicating fovernmtett. bat

Circuit Jodgt*. Men do,'not act on this : and permanency of the Courts ia the notice o Ot. p United States would .a.to their own lowing'Order was entered on its records 1 J the 1atte hT*M tothWty ..'1111* fit
Pdnupat \b, :otdmar/transactions of I surest guarantee of liCe liberty and property to_ was clbt e pre business and kee ,|their:foot out of iUf That New OaUAKsJ7eb. 27. nations nor any sort of equitable right to
Lr because U is a dictate of common sense which any people can.enjoy. Without throughout the with more"tfciin Sat should anybazzghtypower.dai *a* Ordered lrnediuUlyofter interfere in such issues-The United states
.ad experience/that then, are greater that confidence which a reasonable stability 'ordinary". 'o.. meet and prop crotch upon ourikhttaadlfcabould'bet .journment of the Court,the Clerk thE The steamship Crescent Cip.i with Havannah are bound to resist thia pretension of Great

chances of unbiased' ImP&rt1aJlty.ttom the in the Courts of the country 1s.alofct er .that thSTBRBWrjugf eLb I one 1 of the gteajest come necessary for iIedBl4enie1tofTalla- I: piiFwprepare two copies obe dates to' he 24th>_has arrived atkew Britain,and France to govern the
'
f",4 eeisieaslof Arsons who are1 wholly dis.connected calculated co..inspire, emigrat1ow. 'our thai W- 3 hase" to shoulder arms and march to the 'l Note*"'o( the,several fpinlons delivered in" Orleans. BfheTwe hay later dates t
WsUof should
l. with of the and, _men revcr that It&ght.l TUB PUBLIC BUILOnt
the first trial C .
theircintit4trosted
case sparsely populated Stat. will be deterredand UCKMV3 wt The insurrection
for from Mexico. 1.-the
:and therefore" beyond the, reach of,any ot diminished/aHd many of dor present and the,day whkhf gare i-him)ir'b'JMl *'permitte4tobh'tMed1torf / I the"cases decided the.,present term, ,. -. *. A comspoxident has -ftn&hfd'i

those sources of bias, prejudice or partialc citizens will be driven frpm the country" grateful! ren m1>raae*,' and,<. the Sentinel'to glorify 4feeir exploits on the. .use.,or_the publisher Ot'e two oewipapera Sotrib.of Mexico;was progre1Lugnd ma- with the. following abstract of the coat
ty which all men are at times conscious of search of that security for person aad-prop celebrated f ttTallahassee .tha.ttay, the.field of victory..? .tiV concluded with 'in .the city fJackionviiJa should nyoMbe Government troops had gone of
.laboring tinder, and from the influence of erty, which U the fruit or true civil liberty J ; W the following sentiment J'The.day we.celebrate -, they:or' either of them< desire to publish 'O'to.the nbel .- The General's palace the public buildings' of Washington

..{%hkh the best and wisest often find it hard and which should be'the. birthright of bratedb tr'1t corps, I; .- it honors those who honor-it them .the. information the Bar and .Chilpanerogo! was besieged by the_!ebels3aadthjthison.waa compare(; Wit the cost of some of the puW.-
for of
.
'f ottlly,to direst their minds." crery American freeman. catted th*:"Floridi } 1 + T-rr- buildings In other cities'_.Union.
) nearly to
.t composed'of the, young .t,'at hitidu.i of.persons: visiting public.; ;"Tho'name of the Judge delivering reduced .n dThe: Treasurr
budding made
i Now consider the system in this point of of ibedtyUjLn Address appropriate Savannah is called tqjhe'advertisement of the opinion in the case to be stated.In .. starvation. v. ,. )> -ot and covering thoroughly
'JEhand it win obvious that although men t an erea of 29,3iO
appear [ rib the"YJorida House" 'byMs.ifcMia.TT accordance with that:order it affords I The BtiuulafTC ; square feet on its plan and
the particular Circuit Judge who 1 this the occasion was'dclirered by Col.JL with iu noble
: $n.d.the.ss, from which the appeal i ia t*Axxa'LieutixI'the, Company ft ia anoth r' w ',|t Js.fl 1eaunUy.situs'ted me pleasure furnish the following,statement i The Commissioners for:,running 4 colonnade, 336 feet in length, built of cut

taken to the Supreme Court,may not pro- ..' Auditory and of,whkh,:tho Sentinel near 'to busbess,and as.well kept ,Maay' of tales and delivery ofo1n1o &' boundary line between the United States stone, by day'work, cost$640,000.
aide on its trial, yet his position of cone Ja < and'Mexico had 'agreed upon}Jatitude SO, The General Post Office'a marble strao
I slant conference with'his brother. Judges JACKSXWvTLL'E : speaks in commendable. terms.-',,.:/-' *,; oose' la that.City.-__ .: oS : : Respectfully, !longitude 47, .as the.inUialpohit forM tare in the" richest styleV, ardaitect

I enables him to exert 'an influence on their : I*. Ar'Md" ,the Comp&uyu4 in-. .JG3T The city of Natchez has'sent a deputation -' A.'DOaGETT.D.C.&O.. and covering 16,000 square ft on to pa,

minds quite sufficient in many, cases, no AYthiAi Mc f18q5 i \" Cb qMptatthe to'urge. before"the Legislature of ". 1rsi. '- boundary fine.From. and thoroughly fi .- ; COlt ,.-'
HEAD NOTES: TheCutornUuseNcya
doubt, to counteract the weight all the Monroe wh t California. marble
Honsej reJ wmeand 1iD..1J1 'the :
.session i
the arguments of counsel on the other side. Louisiana ; importance : -f4'-samuetL.B lurritt, appellant Feb. 28. sfructure, ihorouglly firs-proof; and cover-
: sentiment WS11flOflthO'OLdeN of ohatabliahtiig"a Quarantine-at the IIi; NEW ORLEANS leg *" l2-XXK( 1
: And although the Judge may be.4.srous S: 128840.Pl aquare lie< '
SUFFER.r "
'Tm LADIES the vs. '
r day. The steamship Daniel Webster has arrived $
that justice shall be attained, yet such is in ordcrtotestthe question as to whetheror -
the pride of"opinion. such is the natural The supper prepared by the Ladies of : The first regular toast offered was- "The not the Vaflcy of the Misissppitnay not II Doggett, appellee with San Francisco dates to the 9th. The Girard College, inxilt of marble 1114eoflriul.lO.500

anxiety which IDeD feel to have their opin- the Catholic Church of this place on Mon- Memory of bo protectedJrQm that terrible Appeal from DavaKTircuit Cou t.,,0pinfon The steamship Cortex brought down half square test 011 IUpUni cuss
and-appall-
ion sustained that they are always liable day eveningjast attended- ; Wabgonh' called'updi; r' i 'dt frod-by Judge King,of.the Southern million of specie (> 81. ,21SOO. ,
I Ex-G. the, which has The centre
10 the to throw their"influence" ing scourge, yeUqw fever, building of the Patent Office
temptation
and zealous advocates of"internal improve a most impressive and touch : Circuit. Judgment of Court below reversed '
U some form, into t.heCfJe of the party neighbor proved so disastrous to the lives' and interests ; INTERESTING-FROM CUBA. of cut stone, with its grand portico nearly
ments." We are pleased to learn that the ing mne. Brne same ,'and 'a new-trial awarded, and the 100 feet in
I litigant in.whose favor the decision was )hood ,he remembered !: of the peoptepf that section The extent,1 covering on its plan 19,-
made in tho court below. Again, the position amount received was much Iarger4than had 1tGn among mOt remniscen- New Orleans Bulletin thinks,similar movements auieiii remanded for further;proceedings. Sentence Political Prisoners I 500 square feet exclusive. of poruco and
Circuit Judges u members of the been anticipated, and :will as soon as practicable ces a of the past the ple veneration net inconsistent with this opinion. fire prool cost $417,000. ,
fl Supreme Court subjects them to another be .appropriated Co the object t'tor in which h was held by, his neighbors may be mado. In tliertowniandvillages Seymour'&day, PORT OF HAVAluH DLOCK DED. The east wing of the same building Jusl .
.source temptation and bias. For be it while ,and the pride and' on the Mississippi, ;within the,range finished built of white marble thoroughly
which it realized. Too much credit gratitude
was vs.
,YeuMmbered that Judge are but men "of with which they of the yellow fever BRITISH FLEET TUEIIABBOR.CuAKLE3T05 fire-proof and .covering on its plan 19.20
Jib passions with ourselves" add a course cannot be reflected Upon the Ladies for the after his death. cerhe h memory to hare, _' tJC3C"The Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road square feet cost $ IOOOQ.
be influenced all the bountiful and young progress of Minesota Territory ,.Feb. 23. ftc Boston Cus torn-House built of
abject to by temptr.tiona elegantly prepared repast ont claimed the honor of his acquaintance, he '1 Company. rraa-
and frailties incident human nature e occasion in questioned the graceful remembered. hare seen him, and attended is truly wonderful- tt was "o organized Writ of Certiorari. Opinion by Associate The steamship Isabel arrived from Havana ite, made fire-proof;and covering art of

If; instance, a Judge has been presidingin and accomplished manner in which it was his funeral. There never had been only six years agor thirty counties' have Justice Dupont. Let the certioraribe at this port, at one o'clockthis. morning 9.800 110.i 'square feet on its plan. cost$1,101-

a cause tried of course by one of his | but one Washington, he doubt since been laid,off, an4 nearly all organized; with dates from Havana and Key .
brother Judges who listens with lively interest served out to tho throng of citizens who whether would a dismissed, with coata.Seymour The President's House area on plan 11.,
to the opinion reversing the decision honored the occasion with their presence. was not ter but for all time.'"le population'has increased from five thou- Halliday, West to the 25th. 000 square feet cost $606,000.The .

of the Court below; the next case looked upon fr him a instrument in the sand to thirty hd'or more; the,tax vs. The port of Havana has been declared ina present Capital, area of plan W,000

called may barb been tried by the very THE SUPREME COURT. hands Providence a to achieve American able property of the territory estimatedfor Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road state of blockade against armed vessels. square feet, cost $2,690,460. ,

Judge who pronounced the reversing opinion. The able and argumentative speech of Independence, and he believed that the 1855 at 7,000,000; a wire suspension: Merchant ships will be permitted to pass. Post The Treasury, Patent Office, General

Some sort of retaliation may suggest lion. M. A. Louo in the Senate of Florida same kind Providence had hover'over, has been thrown the Company. the late QfficebuiIdingawerea erected br
I bridge ovor Mississippi Several Creoles connectedwith fellow-citizen
our Robert
itself to the mind, and indeed all Judgesare around and about the Union It Appeal from Dnval Circuit Court. Opin- Mills and they
liable to feel anxious that their deci- on the 27th of December last which we' was, therefore, that -'he never eer despairedamid .inc. river, above the, Falls of St. Anthony; ion by Associate Justice Dupont Let the political disturbance in the. Island. hare. been- are: constructed in the must substantial

dons should not be oftener reversed than publish on the first page of to-day's paper, all the ,trials of the past, of the perpetuitl agricultural societies have been organized, appeal oo"'dilmiJsed with costs. banished to Spain. manner. _

those of other members of the Court. on the proposition to abolish the Supreme of our free and republic institu and one county has rejoiced in a very creditable A. Barbco Estampes has been sentenced to be gar- Startling rmeiMures at Bew York
of mind is such that a Joseph kNew York.
Hence the frame Court of the will doubt be read tions. So long the American people fair correspondent writes:
State BO a ; a territorial university is in vs. roted. Felit has been sentenced to ten
decision reversing even a good judgment is shall cherish and venerate the of "Some
necessary to square accounts, and the ten- with interest. It is logical, forcible, and the Father of his Country," practice memory his operation, well endowed by Congress, and Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road years in the chain gangs in Africa. yesterday,startling which, no disclosure doubt will were result made

dency of the human judgment is always to shows a clear conception on the part of its precepts and virtues and our public men a system of common schools,with sufficient Company., GarciaMunoa, chief of the Police, has reform much needed in this city. It u a

follow the wilL These are a few of the inherent author of the subject under .- shall strive, t the bat of their ability, to superintendence, has been established, Appeal from Dun Circuit Court. Opin- been appointed Military Governor of Havana not be known to most of your readers mar that

vices to which I think And the these system and i Read it, and judge for yourselves.Appeals imitate h example, we 'must continue which guaranties thr futrre intelligence of ion"by Associate Justice Dupont. Let the and Condo. Decanengo has been made the pork-pacLiw huttes. U'gradually being

is constantly exposed. a great, prosperous and happy people. He the people. judgment be affirmed, with costs. Civil Governor. The latter is respected transferred from Cincinnati and other
other objections which might be named, reminded the young men, '"the hope of | western cities to New York. This
r have in modern times led to the almost total from JusttcesCourte. Troy," that those who bad but recentlycontrolled liiJ A stupendous project baa been Francis, (a slave) appellant, while the former feared and hated. fact, and it was stated at a meeting of it.the

; abandonment the system of making We understand that the Supreme Courtof the destinies of the Rpublic started in Australia, riz: A railroad with a vs. Felit and Estampes were not allowed to committee or the public health held p.-

;, the Supreme Court of final resort to consist our State, at its late Term in our town Calhoun, Clay and Webster, had double track of seven hundred miles, and a State of Florida appellee. be present at their trials, and were not advised tercia",that a single firm in this cty alaurh-

I .: ibnn of the Circuit Judges Court who duties.are required And,President per- decided that an appeal will lie from the measure their of Fathers their glory Others, and been were gatheredto single track of three hundred, to connect Writ of Error. Opinion by Associate even of the day on which, they took year ters on round.n average It is one hog a minute the
[ rapidly proposed to
of this Justices of the Peace to the Circuit Court. Justice Douglas. No error in judgment of place. put a stop
I there are still another consequence passing from the of action Case with Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide \ IInghttring animaJa in the
: system which I have had occasion to ob We arc not sufficiently acquainted with the Marcy, Cnltenden,st I Evrett The cost estimatcrKat one hundred millions Circuit Court, and it is, therefore,affirmed. The British ships of war J/, Zo,Buzzard and< h probable that an ordinance to city that

serve. It is a tendency to recognize a points upon whiCh the decision turned to Scott Commodores Per and Parker, and dollars. ,The chief features of the Wille B. Otway, and Huzxar were in the port of Havana. effect win shortly be enacted. One of the
in Circuit
1.i long Judges list, from of arbitrary which the powers appellate Court state them, but presume the decision will ef affairs others in, lcs body prominent politic had in ordering already scheme'are that it seeks for the protectionof '3. Every thing in the city was gloomy.The .- a committee common practice stated to the board that it wae

I refuses to entertain appeals although the be greatly beneficial to small suitors at passed the meridian the of life. I wan, the Home Government,on condition that James O. Devall. carnival balls were thinly attended.- use of the meat of hogs among and butchers other cattle to make that

rights of the part,are really determined large, and satisfactory to the legal profesSALAMANDEtt therefore, into the hands of the young men the latter shall guarantee a lone for its con- Appeal from Putnam Circuit Court- The Opera performances bad ceased. The had died from being suffocated the cars.

thereby and so often sacrificed.in the When lion. of the country, that its future hop and struction. The interest to be chargeable Opinion by Associate Justice Dupoat Let weather was cold and trade dulL The market or ovsr-dnvcn so as to caws death, ia stnf-

; Circuit Judges are sitting appellate be prosperity were soon to be on the general revenue of South Australia the appeal be dismissed, with costs. generally, remained unchanged.The flog aau s,4c, nd added what would
court they are always found to very LIGHTNING CONDUC with all its cares and responsibilities. He.I they think, for instance,' of the meat of.
delicate in taking appellate jurisdiction TORS. I therefore enjoined upon them, to read ani New-South Wales and victoria either in Henry Henderson. United States frigate San Jacinto, cow which he had seized as it wae about

: matters which are called discretionary, be- We would direct attention to tho advertisement study The Farewell Address of Washington proportion to the length of the rail way vs. arrived at Key West on the 19th-an well. being sold which was absolutely pirtrifybr,

cause thece discretionary or themselves arbitrary in another column, of Messrs. ," to cherish and venerate it &their passing through each colony, or in some James B. Brown. She was to sail for Havana. and when ,the finger was pressed against

:; on powers the Circuit.are to be And exercised I have by examined with DWTXR t ArGiii!>BAucH. These Con- politic, bible which,written generations by the inspiration yet.,unborn of other ratio to the amount of the actual estimated Appeal from Putnam Circuit Court The marine news from Havana i b unimportant from the hind an abscess quarters 7 matter And exuded this as though

,
some care the facts on this point, and ductors" are highly spoken of, and we may look for those lessons of political wisdom outlay or advantage of each colony. Opinion by Associate Justice Dupont. Appeal meat is sold every day, and yet under disceased

4 And that where there are separate Supreme doubt not but that all persons who are desirous which lie at the.bottom of.our institutions dismissed with cott there ia no way stopping presentregulations it."
Courts: it is uniformly holdcn that there of from destruction .' He concludod his remark* with( COLLINS UP ALEXANDER-TUB Baczt Ex parts. From Washington.
protecting property
Ire DO arbitrary discretions pos* sEcd by the sentiment SWICK ROAD.-The Macon ,Journal and W.uHINGTo..Feb.13.
; PRICESCUISRENT.
.h. Circuit from Judges which all appeals being may judicial be taken discretion ,and- trial.by the electric fluid will gire them a folowi 1837, he dined: in toe city of Messenger learns that the large suit of Opinion jy Henry Chief Henderson.Justice Baltxell-That The Senate to-day passed the Ocean Corrected: yukI,for the Florida New 6y

Havana on the 22d of February. On that WM.S.LAWTOM k .
Messrs. Collins and Alexander,contractors Mail steamship bill continuing tho Colbn's Co ,FactonFonrard
t; if found arbitrary or unreasonable they occasion honorable gentleman the party was entitled to trial, of his case
Spanish and
an Commotion
:. are reversed. This great vice of the system FLORIDA RAILROAD COMPANY.We gare-The, Memory of Washington, the against the Brunswick Railroad Company, below, and that the opinion of this Court contract until I860. lag S. a Merchant*J CharUiton -
of constituting the Supreme f>art of which has been pending for some time past, The House the Old Soldiers'
neglected in our last issue to state Father of his Country, but his example is be certified to said Court. passed
the members of the, Circuit known Courts, rests that the annual election for Directors of the Property of all Nations," and he Glynn Superior Court, has been. settledto Charles Dibble Bounty Land Bill, including those engaged COTT03T Faut"uT'27, 18M.
from well principle -t"Jad
flows a UM !
week
upon or would on this occasion repeat the senti the satisfaction of all the parties in in in the land and sea service of the country. DOMtt
lore this in this place on !
the universal held
I of human nature,to wit: Company was, ment. vs. 4,135 blM. Oar UM fine B JUe',aeeoui are
of power. Like the separate and distinct the 22d February, when Hon. D. L. Yc- "The President of the States," terest. It is also stated, that the stock of Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road Hew Orleans Cotton Market. followi: inftrior 61.4to 6 ft-8( onCaavy l.. .

r departments and constitutional distinct organization government oC LEE, I. IL BRONSON,. GEORGE R.. FAIRBANKS was responded to by Hon.Unite) A. Lone, of the Company has passed into the hands of Company. NEW OKLEASS, Feb 27. good ordinary, 6 2-3 5.73-Beta; low.to drift

the separate wholesome salutary : A. II. COLE:, JoiEPii FINEOAV, T. the State Senate. new parties, who design very soon to ro- Same as Barbee. Opinion by Associate The New Orleans Cotton Market continues middling, 7I.2to8cta.| good middling 8 1-3 1*
the Courts as
operates B. M. DELL commence the work upon the Railroad.JC5C"Th Justice with 8 3-4 tU; middling(sir.8 l-21o83.4cta aadft&r
which O. HOLMES JOUN PARSONS. Dupont. Judgment affirmed ;
checks upon each other i*favor He said that he had not the pleasure ofa firm. The sales to-day reached 9 eta be, 9 1-4. sod
able to liberty and the proper administration and GEO. W. CALL, were elected Directors personal acquaintance with the Presidentof police recently made descent eosts. bales. ; ipwarda
No tnvalor paltry considerations United States but civil establishment in Broadway New William D.: Branch appellant 3,500 Florida LonfSiopU to 21 eta. fnr CODUMC I
justice. for the ensuing year. After the meetingof the as a Magis upon an ; b.71 0 34cta- sod. .
of economy ought to over balance stockholders, the Board of Directors trate. the ruler.of a great and free people, York known as Dashall t Co.'s'gift enter-, vs. Large failure at New Orleans.The &*LuadM.
S these grave and real oljjections to the he had learned to respect and ,admire his L. Branch appellee. Long SlapZ-20 to23eta. fbrooaniM; 29to9eti.
the re-election of lIon. D. prise office aDd took possession of.a large Messrs.S. 0. Nelson & Co. .aDd
system nowproposed, after it has been upon organized, by character and independence. In the ad. Appeal from Marion county. Opinionby firm upwards for IDe.RICECl
experience, almost universally discarded, as L. YCLEE as President JOSEPH FU>EGAN ministration of the Government, he .believed number tickets and other property of Associate Justice Douglas. Let the cotton'factors, have failed. Their liabili- u 93 to 14 1-2 per 100 tt*; ,.f t,

: behind the age. At this time there is pen- Treasurer, and GEO. W. CALL Secretary. that be h been true to the whl the concern. It is said that the parties in- ties are $660,000, and their assets will probably .110'115 per lIah.L
and order of dismissal of the
before a bill recommended and himself realized about judgment PLODB-$9 U 910 kU. 700
; ding Congress country, prove tended to hare $30,000 by exceed that amount. per b mU*Myesterdar
t by the Judiciary Committee of the Senate President of the and not of a party. Court below be reversed with coati and at 19 e A.
i DEATH OF COL. MAXET: DELL. the_ swindle.! ,Dashall & Co. have an existence
t remodel the judicial system of th Federal his to collect the the be remanded to the and be
to In case
appointing Court New York Cotton Market. BAGOL'iG-DIIDdM 10 1-2 to 12. TWJ.
No event that has happened for many leutnant in per
the main of which is only name.
Government object revenues of the cntry dispense justice there reinstated, that such further NEW Tear Feb 27. Gnnny, 12 to 13 proceedings
: to direst the Circuit Court Judges of all years past has caused us more profound in his he had been as true to the Jpy.In the U. S. Senate on Thursdaythe 10 .
the powers and duties of the Supreme Court regret, than the death of this esteemed the let South' been to herself. bill to provide for holding the United may be therein in as to right New York Cotton Market firm. Skoatden! 7 1-2 to 80 to 14 ; SUM 8 Ifc-j
and to organize a separate body of magistrates Soth. .ei in the and and justice shall appertain, not inconsistent >
t to preside in the Supreme Court.Thua citizen of Alachua'COOnt". Col. DELL,we not b 'he .in, blnc States Courts in the Northern and Southem 'with this opinion. Charleston Cotton Market. BCTTBR-GoIbe. prim 25 to 23ft; maanaad

c the gorernment of the United States. believe, was one of the oldest inhabitants and came out pure, gold." te .cble Districts of Florida, in cases of the CHARLESTON,Feb 28. Western 18 to 250 per Ib. '

whose judiciary system was copied from' of East Florida, where he has resided himself a Constitutional bring man, the sickness.or.disability ofeitherofthajudgesotthosedLstricte.wasconiidered Later from Texas. The Sales of Cotton to-day comprised COFFEE-CnU, 10 1.25.11 1-3 f KM, 9 I-I.

that of England,is reforming itself' as have since his early boyhood, and to which be very kind of President the country needsin and pas KOBE' rXDIAN DCFAIDATIOXS. 3,100 bales at extremes ranging from 6 to 11 l-2o. per Ux, aad vpward -
all the States in the Union with the exception of affairs. It.was The U. S. mail COXB-Co1Dmoa.9S0. toflOft lial silo re
; and all the Southern clung with all the ardor of the purest pa. the present juncture sed. ? steamship Perseverance 9 cents. The market closed with an ad- -
.1 of eight, triotism. With her history, his name has an encouraging and perhaps The Senate resumed the consideration of Henry Place, commander, arrived at New Il-ISperbubeL
States except South Carolina. It is wise rather a remarkable coincidence in the history vancing tendency., Good Middling commands OA 3to6So. Mwlat fafly nppH/
t for our infant Stat. to take a step back been connected for more than forty years.' of the country, that notwithstanding the bill to proride for the settlement Orleans on Saturday, from Galveston.The 8 3-8 to 8 1.2 cents.. l'SAS-l 10 to.1 20 per bwheL

,'ontbIsvita1pointaninaginarypretectd We regret that we are not more intimately the evils of sectional strife, and party conflicts of tner claims'of the officers of the terOtntionary prairies are burned from Red River HAT- .SAlee thb week 900 NJ. at II It ,

economy? And on the subject of acquainted with his early history; Sat place, power" and emoluments, army and of the widows and orphan on'the east to Forts Belknap and'Chad- [From the New Orleans De *.JEuT1SH hundred ponnda

$ economy, Mr.President, the Court complaint u of but we have often heard that he was one no man ,has ever yet been.elevated,top the. children of those> who diea in the service; bourne on west. It has been mainly done INTERFERENCE IN CT73JL.As LAKD-Prime 12 Ie lie; rtmae, t'.1k.
the expense of our Supreme greatly Presidential chair that did not fill it worthily IK
of the band of thirty who repulsed and the which was amended and pagsed yeas 26, by the Indians. per .
administration
erroneous. whose
and under predicted over and over again, a LIME-tl25.to It l3perbbL.
The Austin of the 10th .
: : There are but four Southern States which nearly annihilated a detachment of.British country did not continue to grow in power, 11111'15. __ exciting papers Indian news. Mr.inst.J.contain D. British squadron has appeared in the port )(OLAS K3- .CBbaMlee this week at t2 4.JT.Orleaiu .

pay smaller salaries to the Supreme Court troops, fire times their number, who dominion and wealth. It was'ibis reflection Food Proipeeta,and the War Question Brown from the frontier of Havana to protect the Spanish dynasty ,26o.per p1JeD.ad apwarda.NAILS .
which animated him with hopes, and Paragraphs .in some of the Western papers reports numerous orerthrow the of
this State viz last withGrest Britain in Cuba from by people
Judges than are paid by : during the war ascended depredations committed by the red -4 to 20d,4 3-4 to io p.rlb.
1. and Missouri. gift him confidence in the stability of our wouldindicate' that large stores of the Island.; Considering the hard stress of
Tennessee
Arkansas Kentucky, the' St.'Mary's river, for the purpose his friend Governor 'the men on the Medina, Solado, Guadalupe WHISKEY-.Corns*., 40 to 46ot food.,C8e
There are eight Southern States in iuatitua oD Like farm produce are awaiting opening'of Great Britain-for ships in the.Black Sea '
-1, .hich'the salaries are larger than in Florida of burning some saw mills situated! Brown, be had neverdeepairod of the perpetuity spring navigation for transportation.to:the Perdinales Leon and San Saba. Within this..is quitea formidable display of naval 65..p.rxL .
that river. It of the Union, and,in looking back Eastern markets. This .1lordian encotr- the last two weeks eleven men have been SCQAH-Conmoo. 4 1-2 to 1 3-4V
,besides South Carolina, where the Circuit some distance up was one i strength. There is the' skip.of.the line .'J
Cour3udgssreive a salery $3,000 of the most heroic incidents of that war.' upon the history of,the past ho saw much I aging prospect of lower:prices.and an abundant killed and Mr.four B..saw taken prisoners.of the, .On Wednesday BoscowanJ70 bins, 650. ion ; the Colossus I I heel a 1-2 to 90 per. .
murderedmen
that AU-wwo Providence food until next harvest. The one BALT-4I to II W pvrnekt
act asSupreme CiurtJudgee.b to the time he conTince'him' an supplyof 80 guns 700 men; .tbfc sloop of war 117, reUfl, .! A
each.'and that '
$ From day present Thomas .Neal on the Austin road I "' '
control lave husbanded their this n to 81 30 Mck. .
exercised supervising over fanners
crops, others
These eight Southern States which hare Vestal, 70 guns, 200 menpith to I per .
miles from
has been a citizen of our State has the destinies of,the American people Mr. season with great care,.and lithe absenceof fifteen I Fredcrieksburg. He force all
to 7EATlIEBSPbee,4I5.4Ip
each discarded the old Circuit Court system the road follow, constituting a equal our eoounoa, 12 1*
copied from the monarcy'of Englandare grown with her growth,and strengthened L. felt strongly the influences of the day. an export demand/which discourages was with lying fifteen on in,his dreadfully mangled' disposable naval vessels oa tho home sta 35lb. .
arrows
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body.
200 her It filled him with pride and enthusiasm to speculation, we may, reasonably expect to Immediately on the" of HOOS-CM-loada: k '
as follows: Maryland, $ ; Virginia, with strength.In Of course the frontier settlers are great- tion. appearance. >j MM to872iyo .
83,000;North Carolina, $2.500; :'Georgia. the late Indian war, he was one''of see the-young.men :of Tallahassee, doing see prices fall in the spring.:. ly ,excited. They. have assembled their these ships in the harbor of.Havana, tho 100 IIIL INI'.1'- ,
become. in
honor memory'or Washington.- Even should thowar general
I 82.500;Alabama $2.500 California; Miwlasippi$8,000, $3- the leaders of that gallant band of citizens hoped to they.would honor him by their acts Europe'In "th* coming' summer, its effect families together for mutual protection. Spanish Thus,war it would'.ppear'that.vessels left on a cruise.the British BEEF CATTIS-Cat-load*J M te 8 1,8*jn
000: $6,0001 i while lb.n.t.
In the; Louisiana State of Texas the- aine' salary is who defied the -savage ferocity .of the as well as their words,' and,if ever they upon,the price of food wpuld, scarcely be scout in parties. are' constantly out on the have undertaken' special care and de -

t allowed that is in Florida,namely.! $,>. Seminoles and maintained their groundon felt inclined to. do an unpatriotic deed the felt.here until after.w$ had reaped our next have been every1 killed.direction..Three2 Indians' haTe Indians fence of:the city of Havana to enable,the Arrivals .
I have mentioned, that ,this system has the tront1 r'nf the settlements throughout reflection:-that they were the countrymen harvest.> In France and the British I.lands. been'seen irt.tfiTemiles above Austin recently Spanish vessels toga a coasting and amuse at Buffington House..

been discarded generally vicious in in its the nature United aDd the war In J83G, when'Gen,'GAINES the Washington perpetration would of,any.elevate.thing mean them or above. dishonorable tbd war as"the will farmers stimulate0'will agricultural have the prospect production the Fredericksburg road. It would appear of themselves by American firing guns ships-by across tho seizing bows 24-U.Sdlriru. < T I,Da*?, do,. ADrjidala ,

State as decidedly the With- that the Indians are'making'a simultaneous peaceful ,dot J,Parma,'do.FeV ., 1
in his near and the demand for ,
( .. I have compiled a list which wuTread to the Senate as pertinent to,.thispoint. laooochee. and his army.on the'point of Numerous sentiments, patriotic and sentimental soldiers may affect:the supply.of labor,yeta Five attack lrfoms at various:points.. done upon the simple development of some S-B BUckweU and lady., NCj Cap..

t The State ,which,have abandoned starvation; ; Cot 'DELL (hearing of his'desperate were offered,'and;elicited responses large amount of labor which has been absorbed companies at Fort Chadbourne troops, are, to being'prOceedagainst organized 'rascally Spanish spy,'who has been sent to HMorrUNTiMODorrfan Sold! 8 CJ I Ward aDd ,' tot 'HLB. 'ter-
railroad and oth lady,4oCraid &
1 the Court old and adopted are the,Vermont,separate New Supreme.York, situation) raised. company of rol- from. Cob, GJCO.,T., Wiw, /... S. er enterprisesrlU by jnanufactaring be forced, by the t effects the Southern Camanches,' as soon has this'gone country back to.,with,watch the the full fillib particulars terL and of do B B CtLJchrla&; R GiJdehrlat Play n)61. ,

I New Jersey system,Pennsylvania, Maryland.! .Virginia. un rs.pdrOve, of beeves, and WALXXR J. Cuter F. L.VUU.PIQVJ; and of the war,;to seekemployrznenttn the raising as provisions. for the expedition aro 'sup the mare's nest.he baa stumbled upon.- di W Prkatoo- 8''O. C n Bobertooa, do.Feb. .
i plied.
North Carolina Georgia, )Alabama I without awaiting. orders,marched to their others.' : of 00(1. The Time Bays r The 'Southern &maI- And Concha,'who periodically saves the Island 26-1 Coobeandkey.MMs,' :JWae le"( .
I Louisiana Texas Arkansas his march he fell in with Not alittI&ot the popularity t'uie warwiththe our compromising politicians in F Yrll; Inrla TIa C.pt B Uoily'Va S a.
I Mississippi, I rebeL Upon To the sentiment The .Press-. the lever landed ebecare learfng for the npcountry. They. as ; ,,
Tennessee, ,Kentucky Ohio, Indiana ,Illinois Gen. CUKCH; and ,together they Bared that tte world''-B' P. ALLr.x : ,aristocracy, and farming designjoiningthe North baDcll. Shunacotoreupailbls this country dothe Union, rejoices in such da t Arnow, Pie; J BoMat&af doj B Dnw,'4o.F.b. .
mores Britain' is ascribable
Great to
population
Iowa. Wisconsin California startling and sets to work to annihilate 21-.GR UK
I Missouii exposures SalUa B B
and bis artnfrom dfitlUt ion. and laid there Bad7t5C3F
GAIXES the $ the belief that their interests' papers '
the Sentintl.made, lowingresponse war promotes I
Esq.of of
..beta twenty three in number.. The States was no longer peace.' Ho took his band an imaginary army; filibusters .h,2S-&JJoneaMa I WblteS C.. BS I
Cot DELL has frequently been.a member while! its hardens fall chiefly the commercial -
upon
_1 mWdt retain ,the old .tem..of Circuit : classes. The with i and left for.thr Colea Ma*., "
ill -Judges constituting" the Supreme Court are of our Territorial' .and State Legislatures TUE Puss! whats: moral, 'social andpolitical i increased the value of land wan and the Napoleon revenuesof i general impression i is that a_*ar is inevita glorified in the journals 'whose 'columns ,Mart I-Mn BlackwtU, NeD Bttward fl- i .

Maine, New Hampshire Massachusetts and died.foil of honors, and possessed power is comprised in that'term 1 the 'in the British Islands ble. are supervised'by himself, and the'home'Oo t>n&nith,8CIB' dos v Zobezs ,Oat-b. '

Khode Island Delaware, ,.South of a large'fortune. In his walk in life,, In England so vast is its influence it has to an enormous aristocracy extent, but at the" close of' .Shanaco is a'noted character, and son. of will be bound to- admit- Eb j,N T;0 Taadanauk! It W n Beta**,4e iII
Carolina and Michigan being eight in numTj characterized estate of the his great services.- ,
been as one the chief who was killed in San Antonia in Kit '
he 'meek and consistent Christian a the'war to keep tlusvsluetarifl Miss Cm|B W PMb T.
was a it is not up prohibiting This is the whole history of the late tu
Of
realm. course, so recognized 1840. lIe committed .many depredations .
of food found -
;JLnd, MrJ'restiIt. ft notorious that true friend and kind neighbor. His band by the ,stern usages of,the Constitution the. These importation tariffs however were. have and murders. . multaintholaland.Wedonotregardil AUcTIcN. '.

in.many-of,those, eighi.StaUs where,the was ever opeqjto the needy, and the.young but those,who hare felt.. potency, hare necessary.been abolished but Protectionist, aristocracy Mr. Brown brought a petition from the as worthy' of further allusion.; :Bat the factof'the '1-XnLL; sold.atthe let otOosa strsei_
is still retained there is denominated it the. fourth Power. In frontier Pease take open and erident interrention of w ZUUBSDAT! SUable&as Ut'oIoc1
.Id system a strong and meritorious ever found in him a friend bare obtained,what they consider settlers praying Gpv. ',
party who desirs change. We all remember and: benefactor. An ardent Democrat 1n I practical truth and actuality, It.is,the first as good as a prohibitory tariff *' foreign measures for their protection. The Gov. Great Britain is one,.worthy:of remark ;&i-t 4 MULES.I ,
tbi contest which arose a-Jew. years I :' I power of the State. "Sovereign Lord/' their being absent and the matter urgent Mr. | andsotice. -i .
jince In.South Carolina'upon the .subject< principle was totally devoid of aspirations Commons .and the.. Press,"is,the nominalceder war. They are enjoying Free Traders.triumph over' It Brown has made a call on the citizens to Here is the.first practical demonstration TIMBER CART' comptes., .

of abolishing.this old vicious system ADd';. for. office bat delighted to aid in the of, arrangement but its formal announcement the,}lately however triumphant"A'dear triumph. as.the fit out an expedition chastise. the Indians of Lord Clarendon's policy. Great Britain tFTfABM3. CASH. O.ILflthlZr-

this its, abolition",only failed br a small|' elevation' of the deserving.. We, know of is the inverse of actual effect may,)-probably-wUl.prove be to drlv capital from by quick and decisive blow.. ucLa suggested claims' the:right to,control affairs in both mU-1I AseileseesFLORIDA' -

majority-eo in Mssisrtmagrts MIlo aad'jfew whose death will be'more regretted importance. According to this order, there i England to.the United! States. ..fa.Y..'Sun. ,Brownsboro', on the Gaudalope hcmiphizeesbe.has.formedsn. alliance H
; no man HOUSE ,
ywcaJor.tbatDbjeCtoiPreCIeI7 on
There U behind the throne than with .
Hampshire, therefore, ia a "power greater where the San Antonia road crosses,as the "
-'..to lead us to expect that,- in those; n.:oStt& &,&* Democratic party the throne Itoelt" Tha most Tnsienificant i 'fiS'W < Northern, States ire place rendezvous, and the 24th. ,inst,.'MIthetime. the same grounds' ah*resists Russia the ". n. lfw 'aad.' Cmmo4SseaDesflI '

- jStatta'the Heads$ 'pf progress and.sound his re takes the lead, the place of.power w in the lYing COT .1 cbe. 'd. tb. Ice 'aDd : i ii East'ah1 wffl oppose-the United Srates IDthe""n&4 I.now B-toazhlolutrtt&sees"1M.w.st or or Matsbafl.j Bou' Jaf.-. J

- refocm' w aootf jucceed in:l&ctins this -.fn4-----. rear. The sentimen ..is,;therefore, vtrne snowj-our cabbage garden II flourishing Inwhat 4JJ3C" -i ',:..Aoyinbe1face.Ofb.cts1ikeih : fleswhgsuJ.Irecussea5.plseiaUMs.Jiodited.
cb &*th4eairedb1inanywIsm ; of'.the" { cfflAiB1, PzoTZZCZ, tat Senator the Preu.cma.ncipatedfwmth: trammel'* t um 1ioaJd. aft tarn foot.fort Snooks; savt' \the. best sewing machine $ sere aro:;Americanawho, -chaiLbat4agrthies..cught .*.. t : ten _: .
ge : ffom Marion conntypuudiip r eWe on of censorship is.the kierwh mores the *vr-mna-l favorite fodder ,in'tbe world, ,U one ;..about seventeen to bo given to tzx.core.bgisgsstlamee... .

tb cia siagoi :last V:the: $teJflhI'Thfid World; and,so long as it shall,be lefl, In' of.the> utcb'we hare Turnips; :Beets years.old, with short sleeve,xbes*, and ths Allies in the war which' .they aro now oocIalecL. H .x- .. I' ,
Y.sbc'D tetipo No ; this .country,,with. DO',1eltralnUJ uponit Bdisheand other*}up fixings, an 'growing pretty.little feet with gaiter_boota on.JCy"Nine '- waging:.ln'tho'Bast,:ia whkh'ther hare 8_, ,.Ue'"U&. .' ,. f.' II.
not /or horn taring
n4XNiMilboIiab.w ) ;
.I"eh a t.h&DWhi and. "Even beenf spdeserTedlyvpunshed! for their t'.6ARDEN'EEI
t. liberty;other: prudenceand ,gtecA to sare our pre ; ,, ",: ft, t
JfiKethVpttlfe of norMa YoA&1 such : '! )
'aWn fr Ufa '
that 1& S' a discretion,Impose ,its reputation a tiice man we'cannot 'hundred "barrels cit snails sumption'and Insolence. Nor,rID this pun* 4I
"that 'proposed **' Tir opera managers, young :A LJ'USU UacI r.U 111'I:etGA.UBS.
aDP I..tt tob eapndons* ,,oni to !hlm/fa 4Jw person of a, be had hopes of the, preservation of the forbear eating the crisp radishes and esca- were exported from Switzerland for foreign iahment be'administered "tAem'y.1ri I naU Irs5trdgseeheudstlhsspefleaQrforsals

im wTar*.ftO tI Kkelr' doneM.O.s1ckcoltind beautiful and.accomplished Jady) whom he i Union,'and the rights of,the States The lots placed on our 'breakfast>table, 'white, consumption,October and November last the aatILtheyperslstln'th.policy,they. st"Apohcajy.H&12.e' : -.t. t
$:,%'nndfi.wbAt they.bav J$ WonUr h delibetrtem has from-the i present.said he, is a,period o .moT aent: green and red agentls;shower Just What are they,wanted (orebeMtorT have to]Impudently and madly* adopted.Theqneetionbetweedth ...- aaieb33i : r -. .'lTi3cMtLL&l.. 1:1
with u .
n
DUy.t J and stirring .events,.if not of progress.i before'day Jareak.*What,'. peoplean : usurping'SpanAiah Cbartseftbe. State- .: .: ::
_rsslpej bSk' that\M ate Supmu Palmetto All Europe upon,
'Coe 'are' ant 1he.puW' aPremt' T<-k the/bachelor, ,. ,e ''Smtor; roj .JPu wallowed op ia a sasgaSaaryand protracted the wiflter season;ralteraately'.free4ng in ( peeled which Great &and France cannot ,.1_ ,Jh .perall.POOKftM.NoC& /"
d Joe poDui4rTIh tbrpoopWwho m" wjar,the e4c|"o..tJrWel&open,tit couar ,the snow and roasting
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jUcntary MoBday tbe 7lh day *f Mar.ftetM : L4fl1tn W. .1.rniWis.2 IDA,wiI ho ree.h.dntth. CearastOi,of tie ,. TastJeriaasextdapbyL3mIIuiP8suTdayMlp "
it. pvea that by JtoeelBtis* of tbeBfdr LamvaTJohnLhhauer.Jaeok -- Poet Qui Depsztmes,Laths CI.tWaibbigtam .' I. J S. COUNTING MUSE ALMANAC th-. .r
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ptrmeat U sixty daye fna th 4M. if Bel pre-: & : lnNJu x.: ..rndt. eraaua* tttrtfuOy C* < eXafllIsTsa.&a1st- #12'a t ., TUtLOZIDAviflhsssCflAZLi'Gs.fl'2iessd.ys$3P.M. .

vt.M5yp i4. 0&0.'.. BadJaar.T.1 t. I II" Arrive Jrniga AIDa 8 I. Zoluisteg. will ..
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Here 3-2. Secntary. Baler,JobaC. Minor; .' ,: ff" .Jenrtgaej Wedneeday at T a a t |' H Sniiti AJ..tTL. 8..deet A.W. BLZ (

Baxter. Dr. McEing.Jn.MoCorm.atJ.B.. 6801 PnaOarteetos 8..C,: by. Jackscmffi. Arrive a MeOoavOWaia*day by 4 .' 5 Uj.f'fIf' J 1' M, saiL J1CK505T1LLK.. .&dsp.J L.
To Persons out of Employment. B&rdeWoi. S., "Xudaria Japo JiDI ,krL 1'ioa 6822.From Tailahasse, by JfwportTto.EX Tbee Steaaen' eoBMct wIth all lit* ate**
ACCKTU WANTED Been B.F.C Ka, R.G.iliokler vata,aad Orange MiUte'flsthn3Q mike ant: Marks,23 mile. .three timee a we mid. % 1 $ "- S tim of Cast TierUa aa4' eoaaect.Loth wa.r
Bi P. Peter T... Lear VfttbaZsTeeq
hJeeahtk.I TaBabaaw Monday StssaihiIdCaMlMZaUge.4
/. Etcrj Section of tAt United State Barahaas Joeepb Xay. Dari4. ; <. Leave CharititieiTaeriayiad,Saturday .at ,3 I. Prida7s&75ar; '. --5- -WednMdav.*'aid xlBftT*Carnage- : andWihaisgtonBoati..5S
.t KWgaat ea* Uieful Volume ef UM Tear Barney MadiMBeUuay.Miallar G.o -' ::7I *n4toexectaaJ, I Pen *&om ** '
Th X., p. '0. Arrive at Et Mark tame dan by I pat 1. Ot Sttt *>i A-
.O..S. Gac.'I' WORE O3T RUSSIA.JfST / Jlacee I..7.2 Arrive-Jackmrvffl next day by 12 a; 'Lsavs5LMa'rge.day,2hur.dJiyaad itwtbasz.e- 21 V23,2. 28 25 T 24 2 2T2 biabortsnt .
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MMutwd, u Illustrated -Description of Bn.Xa.1", D.IL Las v* JackjonriD_Wednesday aad Sunday. at ayMamj; -- : S2S3O31- 9)3l -f-. t Ynfsithsistticulareaowly I. .
BTSSIAS EXPIRE. Being a Physical Brown WamaB JCeeby.CaaCB.Murrew (LZ.{, .' Arrive at Tallahassee UaaJby1 *mt- tk erTrydeariy. Pals : -J--J- Aeny .5 J.W.CALfiWilt, "
PolitMftl r7f1ll11 Gevenment and Provoucisa Barber, Indiana B.E J Arrive at Pilatka next day*by G a at 6833 FromTaOahaaMbyXieonUa. toBuaker1 -. 6 7 SXUEOIA5SX A FnDTORRYING '

Pndeetwa B*. *ne, Imperial GvniMBt Boat, Geo. ".2 Myers, William JUave Pilatka Monday end Thursday at 8 a a; *Hill 23mHa*and back twH*a weak..' '- uoi'r V 1U ., ,
OMUMTM &., Edeeetional Bvt,Oliver Murphy A Baxtw,. I .Arriv at Jacksonville next day*by 3 a a'; Lean TaQahaoM Jlcaday Wedneedny at I54 'P-phIct*, S_' 1t.JL:. .: :- :

****** Relic**, P"l>l. Meaner, Customs Aa- C Moaley.J I...2 -. 4aYeaksvIfl.Tsa.d'aoL.Flaynt 4 Barn. .5 .: ., Job PthUig .Jf
IfauiU**, et4., fna tb* latest aad most aaIbMtie --; crme, nracP.2 MsrriUe, a.. .. 5- -Arrive at Bonier1*nm. dayi ky C p m\\' 3ta j up- !J-1 'taw masts Op'DOslUon: .b:1e. C

_1ftS. EabelbsUd with sbost 200 Engravings ununiog, Wm. Muirbead Jame. "iAMreMChazIestcuusztdiysbylOazL.. ..* Leave B34tr'nmiu and Thursdry attf Tbeatte&tionotthce. 41S61T! S 91 f -' 23 4 1. I 7 THB.17.'Ik' lUlL,, ;-
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aad Map of European aad AsiabelU- Cheny, Ralph Myers, Joha-.;. Bids to extend to Welaka are anted. a.a -. I12Il3lh4 IS 16 17 1 t ic liirj 14 15 fli1flC5idi,' xrrux ',_
i*. fa whole complete U DM Urge seas rolW Crews Wenty Moor, John ., 802 From Jckioaylll.7b7 Barber*,AIEntor. Arrive atTaffatianenMBe diyuby I g BU6834rromTaOahiMtoWaak wishing PrlBtla C 4 '555j l8i19t2071 41 iSi-1 I8t9E 21 21 .4 &..aad s&1'I ..
j. abt 700 page elegantly and nbcteatialB4taQ OarivJohaCollea; N- .w LlUleBJver, Mineral Columbus Madion.Sandr enakl3.. m3*. 'j czy1 9 O3UI 2l '27 28 29 11IUJtg Cards ; .
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b.- pric*. *3. *, Wm.9. l'ort Capt. Job T 3 Ford and ilnoUocflo. to T-H-*..- and Uok twice a;week. .-- .. don fa AP.IL S J- .. : .,
Tbtf work ha been MTtnl yean ia prepeneka Carver Co 0.z. ITeyUnd, J. P. 192 taOe* aad back,twice a week. ---- Leave TaQahassee Monday and.Wednesday: at particulariy IOcv'a.. j 4 5 6 Via PleiUta, Black Creek, and JMU* .

**d wiU, it i* b.l.v.dsie.!, in the fattestMospUtiaei Chin; W. Kelson, Jane Lear JacksoBriU Sunday and Wednesday at. Sam; invited to this oflW. 15116 7J8.h9:2021j: k 910ll 2 II -Clrculari, .,.YUI Fla, cad 8U XKrrtVa n.:
of the .. tbe wrnot so uarveraJly c.unorw.ff.0 TJ a;! .-. ._ Arrive at W.bnaha.days tyl2 B- ; iit 24p25frj7',3 .s' 4 lSl1S-fltl th .wick,aad.DarltB,Ce** .

tots f.reliable information on the tory. ia- Croker, Andrew J.2 Richard Arrir at TalUhassee 43 hours by 7 pin; Leave Wakeenah Jaa4 Wednesday at 1 p TUBS Invariably 29130 -j-t- i 23 26 27 Bills hi THE Strtmpicket WELAKjL

Mraal resource .f a country occupying*o large a Crane James D. Oxnard, Fredri Leave Tallahassee Sunday sad Wednesday at in; Lai isL --' Cap& IL-Krsoisy, PaJaa,
portion of UM Eastern Hemisphen. aad holding CanMcb1..3oha OadumvJamasi' 3amiArriv Arrive al Tanah..PlI b, 7 p m. ; .: .*haw IIUI., t"7..7 mim at 8 osek.
aeforaUaha a position at the present time to tbe Clark, Cha A. Odum, W. 0... at Jacksonville ia 43 hours by 3 a m; 6836 From 'Tallahassee ly Jtenhaden SheD C.tSLs 1327J2S 4 15 16 17 18 19! Arrive. ii cksooviB* earn. aesala'u4

rest *fEarop. aad Asia; but of which far. lI Creamer James W Obury,Wilson C. 6803 TreotStAuguetiBeto,PKftUta, 19 miles Point Pawiuxet and Sopchoppy,. to Walker. 60 1 29I5, 34 25 261 ijtlIth4orL* .1lg, is.Tuesday neeain as 3.doet iling is
ka wa than of any other European nation. 1 Cot.Jolm P and back four times week. ma**and back one a ." Drdere fists-the 31 181926:21.222324: Uae Intermediate hees -

ALSO, Crispin Edwin John Proctor, 8. A. 2Penton Lear. St. AagutUae SundAy and Wednesday at Leave Tanahuse Wednesday at 3 a B; 2526| 27 2S139 30 Dills of Far, !fhr.sgb fnhe.PalaUrepuolnt .Black
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A deeply Interesting rolame, entitled '': Cook B.nJ. Ana .. jPainPony Sam aad 12m; .S.ArriveatPicolata.aroedaysbyl. Arrive at Walker next day hy 12 m; ilIb.J 34 867[ S Cleek- -_ 5. ..
KBKABCABLE ADVENTURES OF CEL- D p a and S 'Leave Walker Thursday at 1 p a;. i- 5- *")** 1213l4 |O l6 2! 2 'I S I I Labels Thtvugh fan fna JadaaeniDeL. r. ; ..
Mr.Dsngntny. I9r202I
Dalton 17II3
BKATKD PERSONS." embracing the Bomantielaadeau Blammer GM. M.3 pm ArrlveatTalIahaa.eeaextdaby 9 p a. prom$1euo&1 22,23 Thieughtkket,.tna,_
aad adrentare in the Live* of 8or r- Arthur Pectin Chac Lear PioolaU'Monday and Thursday at 6 a.m 6836 From T IlihMsee.by Mom Beu1e/. oa toChartestoafcr ..1 '. 109
General Princes Wrrion Dewee, Rev.A. J. Parker, Wm.P.Peeter and 12 m; th-TeIog river to RidJeysvffle aad back once a 4., c. Cjr TheWKLAtA eaaeca witbewefth
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"pi.Suteo Dow, Capt.Geo.W. ,Jam* B. Arrive week. J.LP.1ansi New York aad
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StAnguatln.iarns clap ty 11 a Philadelphia 8toaaaq
"," ., Adrtntaren, Voyagers *c, eminent Manuel naad >*fteai lervaanah
Day 2 Simon Bidden win the .
U &. h.tory of Europe and Amen teclndhij Paul 5 BIB. state idistanceaad, .propose aIICltedal. every W iasedsy.Aem.l .
&.&.of orer fifty celebrated heroic ehaiacten. r Dowling lasso Liar Jacob 6804 From Pilatka, by Orange Springs,Orange .. C B.K.DULEPIJIIa. d
JJ..tif DlMtrated witk nnmerou eajrarings. Diary, Miss Lacy PhiUint, Capt.S. T.; Lake, SilverSprinn Ocala Camp hard, Avguta 6837 From SUUepica to FiaooOoway. 20'mil* BISBRE CAJrOV, 3. I
lly I at : BeUevflle. .
Davis John A. Pigg Traria and back once a week ApalachiooU Mieanopy Camp Banner in which 1 -
PiercevOle Melende Bly8-tf BJL
and Fort Taylor, to > they are designatod on the book LUJ'IU.U7.Paro. .Savianab.
Uae .ea. 400 'J1 HBO doth gilt. Price
9I2S.Tb. PK > i Daniel W.A.Danbar .P.Lc..lIaruwa V. : Tampa,459 mile and back trio a week.- Leave Staiepiea Monday 5 a B; belhon.Jasper, Jennings MandariB Moiety DaU'Ji.wpoI' of the department, "614,I'uU," and,they will be .

.mTxernxr paUuhes a numUr of mort _1uWo > ,John A.DeClinton Ptnr.U.Tamu I Leave PTlatka Monday and Thursday at T a m j Arrive at Fmhonoway same day by 12.n'j >I,ew Smyrna Pfeolata Tamps Ucbee construed a*providing far C1a.t inUre mail however Hcxa.-u.oocl.
Capt. E. J. Price Patrick H. Leave Finhtdloway Moaday I Anna, Ocala PQatka QII DC.1. Warrington large and rrlUlkTn-
Pktoriii Books very popular, and of such Arrive at Tampa next Wednesday and.Saturday pmj may be th* mad / _*tv>- C4bia Passage f'I'fIa Ounktto U Jftw
moral ul religion influence that while good E Pult J.x. By 4pm; Arrive at Sti1Iepiea same day fcy 8pm.6838TromMadiwafcyCharteYMill C CondHifnt incorporated ilt'lJ&i contract one ntttttary to foncrVite "ul il ,C* lSity York Twenty'DoBon.' : .v
a Ellis Eleater B Leave ; Charles th.extol4 dtn rul6 V1'it ." ;,, S,5
So their : Tampa Monday and Thursday at 2 a m; *, dtpartaunt way proper. .:
win tea confer may lafely 0 pablit engage benefit and receive&a fair compeantion they- Elison John Roberta Thomas J. 0. Arrive at Pilatka next Wednesday and Satur Ferry and New Boston today Landing90 I. Seven minutes an allowed to each intermediate In an cases when the kwest grade of service i* tTalte4 States Mall LIB.:. .

fur their Ubor. Eaton Capt Jerome 4 Randolph Mr ILL > day by JO pm.Proposals S mil**and back once a .". office,' when not otherwise'- for aeorting *-,I believed to be siffident the lowest bid will lie accepted NEW YORK A5D CIlARLESTOX-

tjTTe men enterprise and-tact,thk ninen Ellis, Leandcr D. Ratnill C pt S.S. to omit Silver Spriag win be coBtidsr- Leave Madaon Monday at 7 a a r the mails; but on railroad and steamboat ,ifdoly guarantied,ia preference to a"star"When STEAM .
P Roberts Thos. W. .d. Arrive at CUyLandrng next Wednesday byCpm PACKETS I Iszn
ten fur ; route thereto** ben* meie u slay thai ieua. ar.paciSaLi4.- .
MU an to opportunity be net with. profitable employment Fan-ette, Mi,.J. K.6 Ryals Area 6805 From Pil tkaby Welaka Vohuiaand Enterprise Leave Clay Landing Thursday at 7 a B t T clout for aa exchange of the mail bags. the lowest-bid i*not a star bid and rpee- ( *W5> WEE1CLT. .) '

Pohitlg to U their tale FauMtto "1It. H. 3 Reeger BID) fFreitar. to MellonvOle 130 mile and back' once Arrive at Madison next Saturday by 6 p m. 2. Oa routes where'the"mod of con vejanc* ,admit n.tithe.mode or an inodequmU mode of conveyance NAsI1VI.L; --soo.-x.nnar. .
ty CeM.tR103
grill receive cegage Circular eontainiag Lenora Leaza Roland Jame T. a week ia steamboat. I 6839 From Madison, by Hamburg and Clifton ef it,the special agents of the department, ,it win not be accepted but act aside for .
Mail
full promptly with by "Direotwo a to FisbnGeo.W. 8 Leave Pilatka Monday at 8 a at; I to GroversviUe Ga,30 miles and back,one a.** also post office blanks, mail bags locks and keyS, a specific bid proposing the necessary Mrtte ,. .".".'. .
particalarc person Fisher, Mrs T. Chntmore Theodore Arrive at MaUonvflle next II Leave Madiera Monday at 6 a m When the JAJ4ES ADGE2 .J 0-
dMpoeed to act a* Ag.aLi," together with t.rmioo day by alii'| t an to be conveyed without extra change. bid does not specify a Bode of conveyance C.Trau. .CSOrTIIERNER
which they will be furnished by MUressuig the Fumell, William 2 Bcibert 8-R. 3 Lear MeUonvtile Tuesday at 1 B m't Arriv at GroversvQle same day bv 6 D atLeave --.: 3. Oa railroad and steamboat line, British and also when it to cany "according to ,- 1000,tons,T.D. TWIT, .
Freeman James M. Sanchery, Agnac Arriv at Pilatka next day by 3 p m i GrovenvOte Tneeday at 6 m j, Canada mails, when offered are to be conveyed the advertisement with_inch rpeciacauoo Leave Adger'.Wharvts
MbMriber- 1io.tpsiZ. 1r.OBEET Floyd Warby Sedgwick. Wm. Bids to commence at Welaka are invited. Arrive at Madison same day by 6 p m. without additional pay t also, the route agents of it win be considered as a'propoeal for horseback Sa&arda1 at\entooao every Wednesday e*|

1S1 Wtlliam SEARS Street PnusacE\..- Flemming Judy Smith Jeremiah 3Staadtaa 6306 From Enterprise to New Smyrna 30 miles 6340 From Wankeenah by Beatly JIoMly TM the department for whose ucbtsi..IIft, while service. '- from the Bo.t1uDol1rMt.aAn th arrinl- -of tM- ._- #
Freeman, Thaddews 3 D.T. and back once week. and StOlepica to Madison 32 mO*and back.one unveiling with the mails a commodious car or 21. Aatoditcationofabidinanyod- it* essen These steaashipe ware'aIU

xunc. Pencil Usury Stes.Edward A.4 Leave Enterprise Tuesday at 6 a a; week. S apartment ia the centn of a car,properly lighted tin terms, is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot Line, and for safety comfort and expressly for tW
PASTIES INTERESTED M the cargo G : T.8. Arrive at New Smyrna same day by 6 p m; Leave Waukeenah Thursday at 6 a B( .warmed and furnished and adapted to the convenient lie received, so a*to interfere with regular compe en u. eoeet. speed an_ uri.aUeCI .
of Brig MARCELLL'S, from Xew lork Gray, Levi Simmon, Martha Leave New Smyrna Monday at 6 a m( Arrive at Kad lOllIlUDO day by 6 p m, assortment and due security of the mails is tition after the last hour set for receiving bid. Tables supplied with !
now U JiAress at the Pert of IfUmmgton, Gtttoo Francis C. Simmon, AugustSwartwont Arrive at Enterprise tame day by 6 p m. Leave MadisonTriday at 6 a m; to be provided by the CODtnlCtor1tDder the 4ireotioD 22.Postmasters an to be careful not.to certify eoarteeu lIIaIMDders.iD every % Attentive Sand
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X. C, are notified that uiJCup. onWard Gale, JosephGrissett Osbom 6307 From Kew Smyrna to Indian River 120 Arriv* at.Waukeenah sam day by 6 p m. of the department Ole.IDftielee, of gnranton or sureties .without hy this la* traveOew '
poostbl eeafert
of Brig FUA5 K. Arerage Bond and Bill A. C. Shelby, William *T. miles and back, twice smooth.LesveNew8nyrnaontb. 6841 FromQuincy to Chattahoocbee, 21 allis 4. No pay will be made for trips not performed; knowing that they are persons of sufficient responsibility eimtinam. every sad seeomR-.:

.r expenses may be seen by application to Gates Caroline Stephens, LcM H.2 1st and 3d Wednesdays and back three times a week. and fur each of such omissions not atufactonly explained ;and all bidden, guarantors and sureties I Per tnight er I

fcbU4-tf: _1USBEE A CAN OVA, Agt's. ; Gibe, Tony Shone, Peter of each month; Leave Qnincy Monday, Wednesday and Friday three times the pay ef the trip may be are distinctly notified that, on failare to enter into room aecoaaodatioaa pamge, apply haring toHEAXT eWgma- etah;
3KW- CJOOOS FOR MIKI.\li 1&K3I I GibbL Dick Smith, Samuel W. Arriv at Indian River ia 6 days; at7an; deducted. For arrivals far behind time a* to or perform the contracts for the serric proposed Mll&OOF.
Gray Cha Speer, Miss Virginia B. Leave Indian River on the 2d and 4th Saturdaysof Arrive at Chattahoochee some days by 12 a; break connexion with depending mails and not for in the accepted bids their legal liabilities Cabin Cbarlestoa I.L
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VI'G. Bancroft Cash H.usc, Grocer Mr Ala Seyle, R. .ach month; Lea veChattahoochee Tuesday Thursday- and sufficiently excuse,one-fourth of the compensation win be enforced against them. passage,. '. p- "

t53 Jt 255 King Street GRiD E. Shat F.. Arrive at New Sm>roa in 6 day Saturday at 7 a m; for the trip i*subject to forfeiture- Deduction win 23. The contract win be substantially ia the Steerage .0
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Cknrletton, f.CWI n Segror J.T.Sampson. 6303 From Indian River Jupiter, to MiamI Arrive at Qniaey cam days by 12 m. abu be ordered for a grade of performance inferior forms heretofore used in this department except toy. IS-I ,
ARE now reeeinng our sitaR large and narrima,"Wm. D.2 S: G. 21 180 mile and back, once a month. Bids to commence at Tallabaase are invited. to that specified in the contract For repeated ia the respects particularly mentioned in these instrnctlons -
I eiteunve assortment of Hanfard, Chas. C. James Mu Sarah Lear Indian River on the 1st Friday of each 6842 Treat Baidbridre Ga, by ChatUhoocheeFla delinqnences of the kind herein specified enlarged ; sod on*n railroad and steamboat routes United States Mall Llae. .

& Goods Ilateley. J C. THaimot month; Oeheeee West Winton,,RidleysTin*,Riehoe's penalties proportioned to the nature thereof and the contractors will be required to deli ver the mails
Fancy Staple Dry SicEw
Victor 2 Tllroer.ll E. Arrive at Miami in 6 day*; Bluff Iota, aad Fort Gadsdea to ApalachaeoU the importance of the mail may be made. into the post office at the ends of the route sad S mownnT
for Spring Trade, and are prepared to offer greater Hunt, R. 0.2 TownseadMn3L Leave Miami on the 2d Friday of each month 206 nile and back three time a week boat*<e 5*.For tearing behind or throwing off the mails into all the intermediate poet office not men than YORK AND SAVANNAH. S
induct menU than ever before to Cub Cutlom- Harvey, Gee. W. Thomas B. H. Arriv at Indian River in 6 days. 15th October to 15th Jane of each / and twice or any portion of them, for the admission of pas eighty rods from the railroad or landing.

.' We adhere strictly to our established Hall, Ainesly Turner lB S. A. 6809 From Key West to Miami, 200 miles and a week the residue, ia firsUclasa .ambu. with .engersur for being concerned in setting up or 24. Prefect contractors, and person known at ( ,and ll ,&ivasdpiea-S
U.H of USE PRICE OSL Y. Iliyns Joceph Taylor Masrar back once a month. I the privilege of using two-hone coaches from Bainbridge running aa expm conveying commercial intelligence the dep.tmeDt mutt equally with others,procure -
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ChArlwtonJan 20,133. (Gill) lifter, Prince Thomas, R. IL Leave Key West on the 8th of each month I to (Chattahoochee_ th* river i*too low ahead of the mail a quarter's pay may be guarantors and certificate of their sufficiency subetsntully FLORIDA 1300 trspL5E.Senflr.ALABAMA .

81OO Reward. Hadleyn.Thng.'W.Hames Thou WIlL O.Toosaon Arrive at Miami by the 13th. for navigation. deducted. in the forms above prescribed. The certificates 1300 ae-Capt.Q.JL.
Oren S. John Leave Miami on the 19th of each month; Prim ISA October to ISA Sun 6. Fines will te imposed, unless the delinquency of sufficiency must be signed by a postmaster AUGUSTA 1500-&T...'
3* RANAWAT from the sabecriber.on the llth IIendrick, !.:A. VIIarreII Arrive at Key West by the 24th. Lean Bainbridge Tuesday, Thursday, tad be promptly and satisfactorily explained by certificates at one of the places before named or judge ofa S
} June tart hi* negro man JiOOaEK. lie A. S. Mn Claudia 6310 From Newnanmne, by F.it Clark, Wa- Saturday at 2pa; of postmasters or the affidavits of other court of r.'Grd.POIItrouten KXOXVILLE,1500; tont-Capt D.Lcuew..

JV M about 50 years of age, and has a lump Ilayan, DauielV cahootie Mieanopy Flemington and Newton to Arrive at Apalachicola next Wednesday and creditable persons for failing to arrive in contract at the ends of routes on which they S Win leave NeW York and 8araaaa_'every,

05 l&d forehead about half the cue of a pigeon's Haryrore,T. L. Walton G. W. Ocala, 57 miles aid back twice a week snpylyug Friday by 4 p m; and Monday by 11 a m; I time; for neglecting to take the mail from or la think the present mode of coni evince inadequate WE.VXES.DAY4ID SATURDAY '
egg. by which he can be readily identified. Hill lL B. Williams William, Wacahootie only on the return trip on Friday,and Leave Apalachicola Sunday Tuesday, and liver it into a post office; fur suffering it (owing will weigh the mail each trip for six snceeauve These ships an among the largest eejthoat
Tbe above reward U doted for his apprehenatoa Unbbard Jame Woodruf J<>hn omitting Micanoy on that trip. Thursday at 5 a m; either to the tmstritaUcneas of the place or manner weeks on weekly routes and three.leboa other 1IDI1UJIIUIe4 D'e.d at"1.eomtot..mag S.

and delivery either to the subsrnieror the Hopkins CoL John L Write, William D. Leave Newnansville Wednesday and Sunday Arrive at Bambridge next day*%y 9 a a. of carry mg it) tithe injured destroyed, robbed routes,and report the result by the 10th ApriL 1355. their passage in 60 to 60 bonn, aad an ooamaaZ :

jailor at 'TUie. JOHN L'ZXQLE. Ileartly, Charles Wiagate Mr*. S- 7am; PrORIISA! JIM to IStk October. or lost; and for rerun:, after demand to convey lEa CAMPBELL dud by skillful, careful and polite ffin. Thy.

.Iackwn..ilI e, Flat January 20, 1555.-tf. Barrie, P. RadcliffeKoer Wing, J. N. Arrive at Ocala next days by 10 a to; I Lea Bainlridge Tuesday and Saturday at 3 the mall as frequently,f| til* contractor runs, or jan 27.12. Postmaster General. offer a most Msirablo conveyance to 5ev Terkv

Land for Sale. Alberts Wilma George Loan Ocala Thursday and Monday at 2 p m; p m; is concerned in rosntog*n s h, ear,or steamboat, Cabin passage, - .y> T

hopkins John Wright Capt. John Arrive at ITewnansrille next days by 8 p m. Arrive at Apalachicola next dayt bv 4 on a route. Felix Steerage passage, . ..8.'a
pat;
rnilE SUKSCRIBCR oUe rs.far sale 1000 lligg nbottoa, Maxrr DWanton Durmaa 6811 Trotn Newunsville by Eliisnlle and Leave ApalaehieoU Monday at 10 a a, and 7. The Poatmuter General may annul the contract Livirgston, PADELTOBD, TAT. CO,
JL acres Pine and Hammock 1-aad in AJJC J WadeW.D. Providence,to Alligator 40 miles ant. back twice Wedneaday 10 p at for repeated failures to run agreeably to contract ATTOSNEY&COUIS'CZLLOR, 'Agent La SavaMafcSAUUEL .-
. aches county, which will be sold at a bargan for Jandon H. W. WakeCelJ, S.A. aweek.'S Arrive at Bajnbridge next Tuesday by !1 am; 1' ; for disobeying the Port Office laws or the Jacksonville E. F- MITCHELL, -

-.Ja if applied fur soon. Any in&tnaatMB can be Johnson, Mn Catharin William., D. J. Leave NewnangviHe Thnrr'sy and Saturday at and Thnrrday by 10 p m instructions of the department; for refonng to discharge "tTTTLL attend to any professional business *n- eavIS-Iy 13 Broadway,Vew Teet f
kU by adireMifig we at PaL b. Johnson Edward Wells, Capt.Wm. R 9am; 6843 From Chattaboocee. br Mariaana. Crowd a carrier when required by the department 'v trusted to him in the Courts of the EuienCirouit

fib 3-t( J- J. ARSOTf. Johnson Capt. A. E. WUliamsS. D. Arrive at ABizator same clan by 8 n lit CampbeUton Geosva, Ala, Anderson'MiO, Fla, to do eo; for assigning the contract without aad of th* Supreme CoarLtol Ta&ahasse. STEAM COMMUJTICATIOJT, t- .
Administration Xe-tlce. Johnson, J. Eo 2 Williams,Cabb Lear AIEgator Tuesday and Friday ai'6 a m; GeDt.niUI Almiranta, Milton and Floridatown the assent of the Postmaster General; for running He has also each an advantageow connection with _BXrwaxvSarannah

u hereby given to all whom U may Jooe. J. A. Walker 0. A. .Arrive Newnansville same days by 5 p m. to Pensacola 200 miles and back twice a week. an exprem as aforesaid; or for transporting an able Lawyer at Washington City a*will ensure andF1.r1d '
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NOTICE' that six weeks from date hereof I Perton caning for any of the above letter win 6312 From Newnanaville by St Louis, to New I Leav Oiaftahnoeh. Tuesday and Saturday at person*or package*conveying maIlabI.matter out a prompt and speedy collection of such claim a* S TUEn. ,
hn the of ProbaUs of River, 22 miles and back one a ). of th* bruit be inhis.haadi !_ andeleiantSt. .
Honorable
apply to Judge please ay they an advertised or they may not Spat; 0 may placed ..against the United _
packet St.
I>Tal eoonty, for Letters of Administration de get then WM. GBOTHE Leave NewnansvQle Thursday at 1 p m; I Arrive at PensaeoU next Friday and Tsesday 8-Th Postmaster General may order aa in States july JOJaSe "Cap& J. )
Mia mon on the &UU of John G. BUtch late of Jackacovill*, Feh.24, 1855. Pout Master. Arrive at New River same day by 8 p m; by 4pm; I crease service oa a route by allowing therefor a Ftu.ou 10 W leave Sa" every Thursday "
Mid countT.deoeX ETlIRAUt BLITC1L Leave New River Thursday at 5 a m; Leave Pensaeola Tuesday and Friday at B a a; pro rota Increase on the contract pay. He may Phillip Fraaer.ATTOENBT the mom at o'clock for Falatkato* fata j= 'S

Jaa.27"l355-6w Hotel &c. Amy at Newnansville tame day by 12 m. Arrive at Chattahooche next Thursday sad change the schedule of arrivals, and departures, AND COUNSELLOR A! tfA W. intermediate points.TiiiboalaabeBbuifcexprByfatlitnd.
Orange Springs 6813 From Newnaasvffle Tustennggee, San Sandal by 6 p a. without iacreaM of pay, provided h* doe not curtail S ** .r
a t Florida Slate S mlnalT.Ocal Fla. : FOR SALE. taTe Clay Landing ,and Long Pond 6844 From Apalachicola by Chattahooehee to the amount of running time H* may also JacbottiP74 ha*large aid airy state-room LII '..cow for --

EXERCISES of Uu loktitation were no.amell 'T'lIIS valuable property is d'ereclloral. if apJ. to Aliens Otis 119 mile and back once a week. Columbus Ga, and back, one a week. order aa increase of speei he aUoiring, within the WILL attend to any professional bnnnejs en passengers and taking the island Date prneatej .!
TIIC ua Muniay the 15th January, node i plied for noon Leave Newnansvine Wednesday at 7a m Bidden wIll stato the distance aims intermediate restrictions of the law,a pro rota increas of. pay to him n the Courts of the Eastern I superior aeeommodations for invalid* sad other 1.
It affords and for of the roost Arrive at Ataena Otie 8 th additional stock carrier .tf The Circuit and tbe Supreme Courts Tanahasse- This boat will leave JaekeosrriUe hat :
the eootmaed directwa of JOBS G.BOWHAX,AJL opportunity one next Saturday by .a in; offices sad propose a ecbedal for ,or anr. at en n&am
PnDuj.U. The high: standard of acbolan hi 'I profitabt investments in the country the books Leai-sAt.ena0tie Saturday 11 a m; 6845 From Mananna,by Orange HOI Vernon contractor may, however in the case 6f increase H* has also cue h an advantageous cunxwtionwith to Savannah, every SuaOay aoRung.. at 3 'ektkv

and dutcpiae aimed at, and the ample Faculty; I of the House will show. The location is acknowledged Arrive at NcwnsnrviJle next Tuesday 8 p m. DoagUasvine, and Knox Hill, to Ochse Anna 64 of speed relinquish the contract by giving prompt an able Lawyer at Washington City, as will ensure vZ farther ParticPiatiin.qsir.fII Capt.JnZ )
provided for the Seminary,give it claims to public to be one of the most faTorabhi for Pulmonary 6314 From NewnammDe, .by Fort lane to mOe* and back, ene a week. notice to the department that he.prefers doing so a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as bon oa board er toCLAGHOWJk S
patronage which hare heretofore been acknowlcdg- invalids ia Florida; while MM of the finest Middleburg,60 mile sad back weei. Leave Marianna Thursday at 6 a m; to carrying the order into elect The Pnttmarter nwyi placed ia his hand against the United CnrSETGILULSaTXt

.t and as no decline will heretofore be allowed Sulpher Springs ia the Union attached to the Hotel Leave NewnansviHe Wednesday 12; Arriv at Uctte Anna next day by Sjp'B; General may also curtail or discontinue the service, State. _july-8_ july3-tf BISBEX A CA1-OVA JaekoavfflV .
three particnUrv aad improremenU will, from affords fine bathing Ac-, for those laboring Amv at Middtobttig next day by 6 pm' Leave Uebee Anna Tuesday at 6 a m| at pro rota decrease of pay allowing one month' BEXgrTEASPALRPalatkVPer

ijwettt tine, be utrodoced increased pruspent under ether disease requiring the u* of Snlpher Leave Middleburg Tuesday 6 a; Arrive at Marianna next day by 7 p a. extra eompeaatioll OD the aIIIOID1&dispensed with J* Mcllobt-n Baker, Welaka Fla.Tb $
is eoBfideaUy After a season of great Water and4s much resorted to ia such eases. AtTIre at Newnanrrille next day by 11 a aBide Bids for.n.Hk1y-terrice will be considered. whenever in hi 1 _opinion the public interest do ATTORNEY LA\ SOLICITOR IN r.P8laIi gad TaL.red.iwr .
Jepreauuc the oenunary numbered last year between The Hotel is entirely mew, capable of necoimno for semi reekly service will be considered. 6846 From West Wiaton by Aspen Grove, to not require th* same, or in ease he desire to *aperrede _
eereaty nod eighty ctodents drawn from dating from 60 to 70 penons aid wen furnished iBIS From New River to MiddJeburg,.30 mile Abe Spring, 22 miles aad back,' once a". II it by a different grade of transportation CHANCERY, NOTARY PtBLIC, ur5o -' IIuIaer'BDnOLE CaJ'
variow parts of tbe Stated Good board may be the rooms are all plastered. Than derirou of and sad back one* a week. Leave West WmtonMonday at 5 a a; 9. Payments will be made for the service by A>DOommittloner ;PosTXU wm protMdto Walaka ev L

obtained en tern a* low a* any where in aeFktnda. buying are requested to come and we for them Leave New River Wednesday at 7 a lit ; Arrive at Abe Spring sam day by 12 at| ; collection from or drafts od postmasters' or otherwise far the Atlantic and Wednesday fast, and eontiaue to mak nc.
Gulf
The hearth ef Ocala was very good .elvesaatotbee.rrectoea.oftbesbov.. Mr. J. Arrive at Middleburg same day by 7 p; *Leav Abe Spring Monday i p m; after the expiration of each ejBarterr-My a Y Stale Jar thereafter trip to Out place every other .7< .
thrMfbout the yeir. There were very few cases W Pearson at the Springs will give any necessary Leave Middleburg Thursday at 7 a ; Arnve at WestWmton same day by 8 p m. February May August and November10. / until further DDtiee. ,- S
in& Arrive at New River 7 The distance an given according to thebest arr5ly5 For freight or passage applg tojaa2Oo&l
of nckaev (chill and Inn,) all at which mama day by p m. 6547 From Vernoo to Aadrew's Bay,45 allis -
readily yielded to the simple medical treatment.very The Hotel is located on the main Stag Road 6816 From Gary1 Ferry to Fort Manse and and back one a wekf information;but a*bereaved pay will be allowed McQueen McIntosh BISBEE A CASOYA..tt* ,,
through East Florida-twenty-five mile from Palatka back once a YelL -. .Lear at C should they tie greater than advertised 1 HEWSTOKK ----
V.rnonFriday
Tke term of ttutue an as low a* tboae ef any I. a a; .
.wtioll el a simiLar grade ia u.SouL TIle F_ and one sad a half mile from. Fort Brook Bidden win stato the dirtanc and propoe a Arrive at St Andrew's Bay earn day by 8 p a| the points to be,supplied correctly .. Bidden ATTORNEY ATJacksooTille. LAW, Produce Groceries &Provisions

thy when coa tlete,wilt semis of four Instructors Landing, on. the Ocklawaha.River. ehedaM of departures and arrival Lea. St.Aadn.Bay Saturday at 6 aa{ must inform themselves on this point. E. F. -
two in the Male and two ialhe Female Department.FACTLTT. -5-The 'Georgia Sentinel" win insert twice a 6317 From Alligator by Darbam'uel Olustoe Arrive at Vernon aam day by S p a;> 11. Tb.'l'oetnatster General is prohibited fcy / JfMeCUElT have rwetvotw I
week for 3 weeks. [feb9-3t. kNew JUYer 46 mile_ aad back,one a week. 6843 FromMnton by Coon:ML NathaasvOl. law-fnm'knowingly making a contract for the Smith & Bradford MILLER .stock of

JO h_115_ G._ _EOWMAX__ PraacaLLMWIS FOR Leave Alligator Friday at B a m| Ala, and Fort Crawford to Sparta 79 ail* sad transnerUtioaefthe mail vnth any person .whe' ATTORS AT LAW CHOICE FAMILY GROCERltS
C. GAINES, SALE. Arrive at New River lame day by 10 p m) backoooeawe.k.5_ **. ._:_:. than nave entered iato. or proposed to enter into, (
Aivittanl in Male Dcnartmeot.MVH. A LIKELY Kegr boy about 14 years of age Leave New River Saturday at 6 a m; Leave Milton Wednesday 8aa|. any combination to prevent the making dt any bid EOLICI7C3 Iii SSAHCJHT AKD PROVISIONS. a

VIMISU E. BAre Av, warranted sound sad keattUy. Enquire at Arriv at Alligator cam diy by 10 p m. Arriv at.parte next da v by fi p a 1 1 U for a mail contract by any other person or persons and at tieir Kew Store ia Somerr Few Bfcek. cs'
tats Office. feblO-lm 6818 From Alligator, by Suwaane*.Shoal, to er whoihaUJiav made any agreement or shall 4tZ-ator AinrwnuriZfc Flo. win ,
AwisUBi in Female I) atHim. Leave Sparta Friday at 6 a ai. hsr.ytb.7 soB_ eMp fo, sad; -
.Leo,ftj. Ji. H etn' partm Bloant' Furry, 36 miles and back one a week. .Arrive*1 Milton next day by 6 pnv -, ,S have given or performed or promised to give or WILL attend promptly an business entrusted .. ,
Department efllejne.Profesmr FOR SALE.IIE.srBSCItIBE& Leave Alligator Friday at 5 a m fArriv 6349 Irma Milton by Last 1U...and AtaqlU perform; .any consideration whatever, or to to S them They wOl Jteep oa band eta n COM*a npppy.- S

BOWVAV, tbe Pria p-U is wen known .' offer* for sale his *at Biounf Ferry sam day by I p mj'' to Uche Anna 89 allis and back, once a week*, > do,' or net -de,' Anything whatever, in order to ..WHIT nrrre, I I s.stanrons HAT, CORN FLOUR, PORE< BACOIf,fliks. L .
throughout South Carolina and most, of the South PLAiTATtON.kDOWD" Fort George situated Leave Btowat's Ferry Saturday at< a aqArriv 'L.aveMiltosW.dneadayu6aat; .. induce an/rrtber person or persons not to bid for a Office at Alligator. J I Office at Newnaumffle. BUTTER CHEESE I IS
State at the mouth of the St.Johns,East Florida. at Anigatnr earn day by 6 p m.' Arrive at 1icllet.APa'next Friday bylOp mi mail contract. Particular attention i it called to the JaJ7 7-1, MOLASSES, Ac, A e.j
era most sad nCNlllat
as a experienced The plane ha been well known for many yean 6819 From Alligator, by Wfcto ,Jasper Lear Ucbe ApnaSaturdaj'at6amzArriv.asMiltms.zthtoadayby6pa.. : 23th section of this act of 1336 prohibiting combmUons *- for theWholesal*trade.aov.2Sof 1 '
Instnetor. Dr.Thonwell Preeideat ftf the South B. M.ATTORNEY. I'eardon
detailed is therefore to bidding. '
and a description unnecessary.Tpon Belleville Jenaings,Cherry Lake, Hamburg and I prevent -
.CaroUa.I shall college, to writing Wr. Bowman* ys: [ .the principal Island there are upwards of Otto*, to MonticUoM mile and back one a Bid I..". ,service will b*considered..5 12. A bid received after time-vu: 3 p. m. of AT LAW.. EXTRA FINE CAST STEETt 4AvT**. S

the ever teal n.ber.AtIt and affection with and which ptit.de be 1060 mere of high laid of which 400 acre are in ..: 6550 From.PtfIDOQ&a by Blakely'AU,to Mbn *--the 10th of April, 1855 or without the guarantee J Jacksonville. Tl/KLCH: GBHTITHS olin..Steel( S P I Iby
tiigenae ability a state of emKiratio .Th oil i* fertile *ad pro- Leave Alligator Monday at 3 pmArriv 57 Bile sod back dai1,. required by law,or that combine*sevenUrootosb lrcainrawe.ifnery.jag
the ef Greek awl Lath PhiIoogy.a -
tMght! nc Gorcmor prmciplt dace excellent croprof Cotton and Pnmeiomu It & *at MontieeD next Wednesday by 9 p a; Leave Pensaeola daily at 12 a i one sum of compensation,cannot be considered M. IX. GODDIM, Saws for tho TorSO Saw Mills boa 43 I
Trustee of the Col-
JLwiiag,a U abe_H adapted for the eultivatioa of Sugar. Lave MontieuQ Thursday at 6 a a, Arriv.stMobileaiztdayby6aat.L.av.Mubiladallyat7am } ,,,. m competition with a regular proposal reasonable Builder and Contractor iBehesa diameter-together with Oekau JIaI9
I.rt, ny.: "Jt affurd me sauna! pleasure to Beside the high laaJ there i* a large body of Arrive at AUigator next Saturday by 1 p m.. ; S \ amount MM Cnee. PUt and otbe Vi. -.
Job boar' ny tccUiaony to the high quahJcattnos( manb land elonging to the Plantation,uaslly jasecptible Bid for eau-weekjy service will be'considered. Arriv.. ,&next day by -5 1.2.a. \ 13. Bidden should in all cases first propose for S _. :Shop on Ocean Street. ;n.e..z.bna.eII Saws Mi'e hiss ta erfsirfu

Cnll G. Bowman,AOL U'U ia the thtf fnttttotAif X.U' of drainage and high cuWvation or of be- 6830 From Orange Spring*, by ) '. Mflls 6551 From Pensaeola_. Warringtoa, f_ade ervke strictly according; to the advertisement,and h3 ly B**, at the limit Wwt th*Iwt baty-fv* pomp ) ,4 S
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: qt arUnirendty country. lag used for maouriag purpose There* also a aDd Fort Crane to Mieanopy 29 mile and back, and back daily.. than if they desire veparaitiy for different service and an .-bT.--J. she bee. J '
Buman's aequWmenU pleas him ta the ranks of the and if the regular bid be the lowest offered for the FIIOST & BOULTER S
vaetaxient of shells, from which the-best lime twice a week. 3 1'_ c S Leave Penaacola daily d3 1-2 a a| C -5--- 'S 5
Jrst BfiboUrs the of this State which is more thai prored could be obtained la ahoadsac. Then ill a eom- :Lear Oraag pringa. TlIeaJa,sal Friday at Arrive at Warrington tame day,by 61-2s.a.;' advertised fervice, the other bids may be qpnsider- Gejlerar Commission Merchants ;Manufactured by th.aa. forte; e* .' .5 Is ij
iy UA that Dr.J. U.Thorn
well,Preeident fortatto PwsHing Hods*,'with an sinstrya 4 am Leave Warringtoa daily at 7 am ; 54,if the alterations proposed are recommended wanhons Ko tf Cliff-et, Ke# T.jf., :. S
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o(the S. C.Col':.g.VMi4aotB4:uvtar his auspices ? and vhirtn Interested if 5 101 Slate StrettBogtonMatt t .
i 1 by.Ib. postmasters .or Zi5ttazscn.v
buildings sad quarter for 60 "groe The eliaato Arrir eat JGeaaovy Cam day by pap Arrive at P.-coIa..dal by 10 anv ro
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besides maay'<*ht|wha :hare nasa to dewrred b *0.perfectly healthy for white aad black Leave Jlicuop1.rallda Friday at 2 P a t 6352 From Nw Orleans La,by PenMeoIa,FlaApalacbacou they shall appear naifetry rat and proper "\TTTLL pay: strict and pmnpt"atteatioa to cal4 iJ'iad1a,. Tiadlayi Iro work* ... -
dmUnctwn M the&.aa.. A* a,writer and .. taring UM whole year. Th Da of steamers boa Arrive at Orange Springs same day by 10 p m. t.M&rks,5Co4ar.m: Tampa and 14.:Then should be bat(u route bid "form's" W Sof LUMBER, TIMBEJt, COTTON sad .rhan Saws for th*Portable OBe eaa beebtali.&.
public speaker hi*talents are acknowledged Se befe Charleston to Adam proposal /. ,, other. Sfothern Produce. Fairbanks c.JJ1a. .. r '
pim brie* week thus offering th* 6821 Prom Ocala by Long Swamp -uatee. to Key West. 1O00mileasird. bsch.&wioea S .
> very Ing. .. Dat eer. these high,mal test tranportatjoa sad market faabtiea'. .Thesuh.seribar Till*,30;BUM *ad back oac week. month ia steamboat 15. The root*,the wmee, fcs yearly pyrtb oct;' V-tf- -. OLIVER FROST. Albert Lovejoy,Aft Unioei tfnk, Park ."
b lee oel stand hi*character U411J1ftl worth- lie i*DId reluctantly constrained by tbe stats Leave Oeala Saturday at 6 a a;' Leav New Orleans. the lOtb and 24th of each Bam and residence of the bidder,and those. (each : 'V _. fcOTALBOULTBlL Bradley A Oil*, avaanahJMoBtgoaery ..

jtpUa> an eartabte po- iBtUelfraadeapabUef such hupnwanHai. This LavAdamvin Friday at* ami Arrive a Key West on the20th and 4th., ., ,_ be diatinctly stated also the mod Amveyance*, f Iroa WorH Vmtymmj. Am. 41
sitwei Jai
with all who knew him. .Mr. Bowman may the cola ,. which iaduco 'Jaia to..11 for Arrive at Ocala sam day by 6 p.' Leave Key Westonthe 10th and 24th,of each tf a hichermod thai ho *bek be intended. Th > TUB sabKriber nspeetfuny infoTB the -eL e.-a. I
w Tl "be regarded M an iaralnable M misltion toy his owi xperieae ha filly realised all.I 6822 lisa Adamsvlfle by Pa Borough and B words"with due celerity, certainty,and security,", J5SpnWietbatheieprepaidto aeencmMdatoalimited GM4i _Groceries __;- -- STHE

-frnAaatII literary to or wdal community which may"be so aatiejpatieae respeetiag 'PortG.irge."' ForEst Lake Griffin to Fert Butler. W aOee and back Arrif e at It'.Oiieaa*on tie 20th and 4tk t inserted to indicate the mode efomivejartcs,-516. will- board number at reatooahl ef fiuMli, or.tingle person, with S.W1Iet sueeeaor.let A- B. mrft eeT
a him good rat .
seevre a a ttember flit& ,
be had to Dr... U. week.Leav f'Idar6i'L" :JL; How U
thor particulars nfereine eaa a eonstitela. a earner,ba.oa hands fa aorUaeatof
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Judge house-
rSeaV Pnetdeatof The situated ia
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1"b Pert Mills East Florida" ertohbnself AdamsviUe Friday at i p atArriv aINsTii1oN& to a far as part ,faa3y
peahy and,fat\Ux -m Tears Trustee el the May > Bidden an requested sic prae- town corner ef Ocean ant streets Jacksonville Groeeries hkfc JM wffl lilt lew
S.C. Cidege, says t "Of llr.Bewmaa'i qualifica- Fort-Motto South Carolina.aZ7 .- at Fort Butler next day by 7 p; Form of*pfopooal vker B*ctasg.floa.fs.t- t1bl.thEpefntedlbr'of-pispssaF famished by' Pto"Ida. "- -* '- --IIDI-. -A. COT, fbreash. . ''
tics to ffil my chair ma CoQegt there Uie doubt >,. CHARLES B.- TDOMPSON.F -. Lear Fort Butler Thursday at 6 a a; titemtMt ctHttmflottd by At biddtr. Ute department J Ie*rito MIl inr full the sum of January lIS5&-t He ba en band A* aB fia***.'- ..

7..mow surpass him as a wnur and orator., ILs -- Arriv at AdamsviU next day by 12 B. 1el ." ..- %8ta&eol their bid and to retain copies of them. : I good Bailor*, whiea wflt be Joldtat tb*bwes eeehprjcee. j
character above n'* Goreraor Richard- .r Sale ar' t,I>t. 6823 Prom Aegeet*to Uomosaese 12aOee sad -. prepoM to wry-ti.main from Jarr'' 1, No alum Bids ua be eonsderedaad, na bids C. D.'Oak. S ., .customer wiR always mess wttj aeiae.,

eon aarf: 'fTOtm a IflBf sad IntImate acquintoan.S II WTTH er Without Furniture, the well.Jakaows beek twie "week.LavAugBcUWdadayaadSaUrday_ 0':' I 1855 ti VeieM,1S3?.eo. rests N.-.from one submitted can withdrawn ':
PRIVATE BOARDING ors: at 8 to th edvertisemeatef Each bid must be guaranteed by twonspoosvblepersoaa. fR N w Balldhl wLOhaaebirgeoftb..stabIalm.a&S
with Job O.Bowman, A.)L, J can eonfidcatlyetaU ;oceupted ta- agneahle ,
that be desenredly cnfayi the reputatioa by JCn.Taylor Th house i* large sad a _" : be Postmaster General dated January' 12. .-,Oeaeral gmarantees- cannot .b* admitted. JarkasWej1'l' das.24m Jso.wpiici.T S
oauaodioM aad sitaatod Bay vtreet A .Arrlv at Boaaeacea nae dayt br2 BJ modt via dEPS eoastantly on haad"iI'sa.t.mentofWATCflESiEWELRTand7AJj. W "
*mM able 8MCal Instnetor, sod fa u. oa. ran 1855.and following. conveyance, } the Old SettLers .. -
cMtns ofas ouMBtlr Meful expenence M such pportaaky I*BOW offered for say oa* wishing to Leave Hoaosana' .., and gaturday h at 'fotbaannnalsumof.dollars. 17. The .bid should ,be sealed j1 tnpeneribed g .. .TTLrrg MEIE&K Iato ef tbe Oeejeral Laael S

ha prepared sane of th*mot distinguished geu- engage m th* .ft to secure a roomy fasaWy % .J --S "aaa proprosate Stato of.',.-," addressed"SoCOSIIAI.ManI cr GOO;, which he offen for sal*cheap J 0IIee sat PenfcOfieo1WieJ *ar& .I>.C.

tIt.,.*of South Corolina to meet the requirementoft resideaf Apply oa the premiss to pArnveatAagneUeaaedayibySvm. v This proposal It made with knowledge of the Postmaster Geaeralft Contract fbreash. . ". .. will_tall pnikpUyteaa elalme anlar th;FterW
Collegia examination,who bar obtained the January 20, iSS-tf., A. A._OCHUS. cmt I'ra Meln Cedar Tn*,.to. .Fort distance ef the route th*weight efth* mail Sobs Office aad sent by *wfl,not ty,er to, an agent Z-irches tPaired.mu.Wtzr7'tnt .Armed deriustk*aflllSO..r la.a P-. S
. gho4piacsaIs Leuen and iD pa1lUe." -- Dade 21 utIle aad back oec* a week, carried sad aU ether particulars a reference the and postmasters win not encteee proposals (or let eon who were*ettln Dd.Q* Asia/ISC!?
.Raina Leave Melendet Saturday 1 f a f ,cut.aM urvkt: sad-ala. aAer faD ..1UDiaaUaDtabe fa their re ur.is \ Greltie and with
JUtraeU (rosa thet LeI might be giA "- since allY kad duarteriy \ m. aavfeg eomplirf th* nquirea***tt*
: todifyU ms emUeot moral purity of eun.- T'HE TJ5DERSIGNKD reepeetfnlry ta1 Arrive at Fort Dade sam day by 8 P B. betraetione*a4yeqIrSmSntMLiCbedLi, the ; Th* eoBtrirts an to M exeevtodand rem, W'ATCUXDJEWELRY DOC ncItM p .i S Se4M're

*>p.-I. his talent as a writer ani orator, and cx.presaMrePgTntthM .. form' :hi. *-poe sad th* pubto geawnJIV Leave Fort Dad Saturday at S.. advertiMaeat ed to the departaeat by or before the 1st of Jety; eaa bar tbea ebtaiaed attended to by th*ambeerifcer. ,
s. ofdaty tobs2fad that a* ba*take*.etore *a.th*, *omCfOeeaa Arrive Helendes sims day ey It a. -p.w' Signed). 1965'bwt the eervic mOM be'eonmaeltC oa th* (la. lbs visa joU"I&K a. P ) Ahe eWru prvse4 foen P -.'
sad Adams etneto evposito If,. Cresp 6625 From PiereeTineby JSprinffleJd,. t.:Bay whether th '. RATING returned-from Europe again BOmnT J..UD
famt Lpds4 him to tear* his satire BUte. ." TarmqGsmrsst.s. mail day next after that date ,SCJUP'1',UCX P.r. S
Boarding Hoetwhn b* has yB.ed. sad will port JSmOe* and back once, a week No kt traII leave Ii.er.-s.riee ...51 tM mess
not. nIIaDaIIIe
'.% ostaea"weD kaMm. most sbi and i'1aa Stato" of tract be_executed preposition ,
Minds sad the } _ _
.aitli ma beat aa n.. .In.I ef Leave Pienevflle SaUrdav at I a a | pmbfie g enDy. With his '
keep Dry, be considered nfil the contracts an eie-
ce.u1 Inatrnctor to the 4epartm ; $Nlpedt.mMsofriiitionpar 'RIIIIa1 thatff; the fongoing hid for ten wM UrnDCD. .
-I for the
last 5'
I Gsadsjcsa.giTe'7 thisgiatlsaeai .. Arrive sISsy Pert ame-day hy 12 atLe and reerrd at th* departaeat; experience twenty-six yean M a 5
Jtat
.. < carrying th*mail o*route No.-be accepted silted aduefora Lxwu Cue .Sen-ten
mtm..The fuOowbg n : w.ow;Whiok h*ffn, eui a* isspaislilitona rv*Bay Port Satarday at i P a i General th*'Udder shan prior and then no transfer*"will be aUbwedunless good Watchmaker be. hope to Ii. satire satisfaction M Juna Coern se .
Urrnof la 1M hy thePeetmaetor to those .who with to have t
M tfcy_k*had .eit.Il AnivoaPt.resviusasmedn'bylpoi.Yrom reasonS fhenfor an gives 1* 'bedeteraiaedVytliedepartaeBt. .their work don a a S
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fiTeBMOlh tilt to th*1st day of July. thereafter sad eeffident .orkmaa1ik'1tt&DDer. STatics Ooasa.r Oen'ILIMOS.S.
. w.Hi1m .m.n'1.-IbeTII1O1q'Bs.L. 6626 Uan.byry.Zmv i5 1 the .J f -
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'fftJSUf J &JDOpeUtag I el tile 40 alias and swesk' as maybevutef'5. required eMigMion : \3'Watches Clocks nd repaired at b. IW hi4100 .
back ; Jewelry
IDIicita I Paed once
usual aM pOll. Long : ranroea S
a. with at office ea er Bear ,
sad service and sufiiXto I Postmasters
s. ,Beading VrUictf. : ,MO perfbna the proposed, good 19 ftelhoTtert .JVl.ttI6o JaIBZ
Leave at2 notice. Jejy8ry _
HoaoasaFriday
!A.s B BU Station, win
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nAriLbm.Laesa4daa79ig : lot r -S ed18JF'
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-'. -M1IU7 .1855-Jy. Arrive Long Pond aext dy fey'p a| wd.with a N1.knowledge**MMigeqas InmeiinUlj aftot-&b lOth-ofApril next report S DeDta1'Bi'tice., I ,
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'ov.J1:7 $ JjcavcLtegPoadThandayatkASBf#. J9l 'rS sad Babfllti**sisemeA by guaraaton uaderSr their ewstdiaUne* froBvtb .arttimoa,and W.SilOSTWICXwushilr.epe ttil. I TV3TItEubIytD. ,J1a4 Cl.DIOL4
.; 'Grsunast.-r.a_ LO ".000.BrSUEI. CO .AneitHoamesnB t >yby Urn'sidit..zrea4soQtoyLeadingwilib.idne4.. i th- 8Jf u.e anpptie4 iOhaabIe ..u.-I inform th*citnen of J_.. .sad Its VM > .J from New Taskvueno
4heFtinMl5lGS1M. in4iract.,aai1 arty that opened am Bcmtb BI1WI manoQ..Ier''Wct
% havinj Deguria .l
tatva1 .:m.t.arit, 2100 BUSHELS D1T81400 Jf. -"-- .
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,Y 7 cornet o/WeBtwerth. the stand formerly occupiedby 9.. PROPRIEToR,

O.o-'r': k. 801019BRADLEY QKI71TN, : Subscribers haIat'aiiAe sxtomuvo aidS W.'3.0 AYIR, where bo eontinnes his business .5 Middkhrr, lie,
F.'J ikwL lriDa? TIm ekerebes of this ,ausblo5beproniaest* in their establish-; liaR branches. 'He bison hand alarge assortment TBntTKXM RILES PROS THE IT.
-- .
"UA1COURZ. .A C01. ., _____ Z. od on the SECOND ) are now prepared to furnish> !: r of Irrt class VEHICTLESy.tfoV.crfpto *, sltaatedaear' OH I aim w"
44 MarkeSi. MaacbMter. -' :BY next under the Engine,of any required power,from- some cboico FAMILY CARRIAGES built n.preselr. BLACK CREEK.

r_ ITarolUewe, 1CS FTssrf-Sirwt, Chtff jt- Rs abU President;,Bev. 1tel1horueoi'S for Us Country CWoawra.aUefwhieb bo HOUSE S '
b
TTIIE
:&4'L.dm, ZigtaL Asuricwi E.f4Ua.re& who win be aided by an. Saw Mills I win SELL CHEAP f OR CASH or',City accepUnco. avery commodiotu CM
** "I N. _.S test Faculty rf Professors and S Bngar MUlsfHsrsu : :. :LEONARD CI1APIH.rST ., 1 and' can accommodate forty or ijpersons.
-
rious departmenta. A most Powers Ordtrt promptlyCbrieston.S.CtKov.l c"clfaiPtfvlJr.Jl1ML. It U located oa a Dm 'ne

'r KB iisrca.e.' II a valuable discovery for ded eoum of edutatkn.. solid. Grist Mills &. abounds with 7ISHaM t" 11IlI'DUdJa1 c..a

.. protecting the feet from damp .r cold, aadrefbreapreventatrrtof afforded by this Institution.Appiieatioa an.other machinery used In this country. -5-- teems with aA1lB aUhistteNe
,maay .Lung.diseases, for S Iron and Bras Casting 5 :S.t & E. M. Gilbert; ovr
,
viOtarfmiy sfaetsriftriraafeeer. Tbe Hydromagenb President or to the BeY'\fa 3 -Steamboat,Saw Mia,and other repairing 5 5 5 MANUFACTURERS and DBA- palM wm hi spared rnder uTII' whe

m cbs form of a sole,aDd won meide the boot orM. to tbe Board of Trustee The notice, S 4 LEES ia descrIptions of CAR- him with a call comfortable Md ben. .
Its nuJieoUrf character Is a powerful antl- this Seminary of learning the AU machinery purchased ftoIa.u..w. JUA9FJt at N-.35 and 40 Weal- HORSES ADd CARRIAGEs .UU."ecIi.ea

eVAetodioease.Fee S_ location and the morality and ,operation in any part? the. 'fctate, by wrtk Strtet and Ko.T Haynt Strttt,CharUston. to. TraveUers to the latetfar.MAGNOLIA [.

Gentlemen wJfl be found agreeable warm co.nmuidty.ln'whIsk it'Is machinists'. when;.desired,. and upon Our Stock is.aa extensive one, aid purchasers
aad healthy wear Ia the coldest rainiest weath- to the liberal patronage of the .terms. S are respectfully requested to can oa us,as wo east HOUSE.
By order of the Boardi p aDd. .Estimates r.niamed.1rtUaood in and and
r. as the foot t&anOtbeOOtOS wet tf the HydromagenIs offer greet Inducements style prices IT.
MOONEY A G GOOKI5 itrcrmxc, z.
WM. U.
Iusrt.4.LMI.s may wear the lightest soled dee23-lmv any articles bought at our establishment are warrantod yFUIS establishment
Founders and Machinists. hag ha
Vooti or shoM in the moat Inclement weather PROVISIONS '8-11' m every respoeC Jal18U'Caria ,J., Tiled daring the ,.

Impunity while Consumption so prevalent among :_ tUsT received by brig O.. ,' FLORIDA IBOH. WORKS. & Harness throaghoat..&e.,past and rammer kaW TL paiumg
1M .
of thwarted Depository. 0
our "1.11e
by
J'"DC country
W. BIGGS 4 Co Families, 1naJide TlUllint :
J R &
They N.wyork'Ss30bsTreisMenPorLS Eosrd.ra
.
I theirguberal adoption. antlrtly *p reeaeotsfiftoet S .' S the fatare Mrs.
4 the feet 'Jbntm,; AT THE WHITE HOUSE, STOLL will have the repeyio.
,as the Utter cause to perspireIn
20 M Hiram Smith's owppolth Intt prcut1porifeTu Soatll-W at Comer of doaco. Mra.DAVis.her predeeew.nt1Inw
a unhealthy manner and.besides are not _
vary ] House"THIS "
dangerous wear to pedestrians ia,icy weather,like .The :igtO U half barrels Hiram for Steam EDrJaea Saw KillI.' apr Mills UESTUf and WESTWORTH STREETS thaakt for the liberal "herttotore
Cured Bores Iron and eel regret parting a.li sZaaa
India rubber. WhUe the latter cause the feetto S J tierces Sugar Pans,.Grist Mali Powers S i Ckarlttton, S. C' J. ioeUtioas ea
the hogsheads Bacon Sides Castings and awry nrI.tlof Machinery. CARRIAGES S of at the lowest of family duties, and solieite eoatiaaaaeeX 3
I appear extremely large, Hydromagen,,bemC every description
thin 14 firkins Goshea Batter, Forging aDd Blacksmith Work Saw Hill, and and article sold favor under u. P"*"* manageaieat. The
4 mere slice of cork prepared peculiarly plaZed prices always on no except
iaaId.'d not increase the site of the boat,oraoa a"a.c'lronvn.1e FJ.or:1cS.a 12 boxes Cheese. ; and other repairing such as can be warranted to the fullest term, by prktor will ase every exerUoa with the assistaaZ
StiereesLeafSkegs Lard. will continue the manufacture and keep ef the present hostess to give aatisfartieT
general
*tbe foot to atlel To Children they July 8-tf if.IL NATHAN.
appear .
*' on band their variety of Plow, Timber No debts liabilities will bo paid by the !

i exercise are extremely with comfort valuable and as healthy they may. .engage Theirwxpeace in well known HOUSE, situated on the corner of Newnar S half barrels Fultoa ; ,' Chains, A&, to which they respectfuHv In- Wholesale Tin-Ware Factory. tor unless his written or TtrbaJ order. TH.tweri

is so slight as to scarce needmeatioai beUos and Adams streets, within a few rods of the Post Office, and No...N 1 Salmon Mackerel to m kits& patronage. _. July 8-11 G. H. YERONEE 4 BRO, is Rooms desirably airy situated clean,the, and aeataeaa
those wbe them win find their S 1--
'
patroniae
k yearw the tO sacks Liverpool. Jacksonville DlaebmlU1lDIeU. Wholesale Dealers to famished
doctor's bilL mnc*diminUud tlurtby. near to the Steam Boat landings, and most convenient to I cask DriedApple. PLAIN AXJ JAPANED TIN WARS : bandaoseIy.seah1ig
wantl. .
,
ale As Is the Increasing Hydromagen to- aa almost DclDOft incredible extent.;Its Churches, has just received a new COAT, and has been renovated I barrels Louise MACHINE SHOP, TEAKS'this method of informing their friends D.iDC.Diiret,built of wood,which readers ft

Last year in London, Manchester, Birmingham from to bottom with convenience is now in perfect Buckwheat Flour to sacks At former Stand' of Sedgvick. JL and customers that they have recently made free from dampoes. The rooms connected bv lob
Liverpool Glasgow Leeds Dublin Paris Antwerp, top every taU assortmeat of Provisions Plough of an kind, Timber Car large additions to their machinery and are now ding doors which Fire places and blinds to wiade**
-' atamburgh, and Bart our sales reached 1,732- order. The Table will be under the superintendance of an experienced kiads. aad for sale by riages Carts Cbaiu for Mills Mill work of prepared to execute all orders to the above line opening through to the Piazza,which affords a de

4M pain of.corks Solos This y.arths number otherin January 6. 18U. Sugar Millt, ie. with neatness and dispatch. Our Wares are all lightful promenade of 300 feet and protects the
.lli Car surpass that Housekeeper, and shall not be surpassed by any Particular attention paid to Steam Boat am warranted not to leak and to be of the best work. boasefrom rain cold winds,*&,and form**deais-

Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as this climate. The Proprietor has determined that his exer Ion Star*:M:* Mill reparing. Wheelwrfghting done at shor manship. able Retreat from confinement at aU seasons ef theposy.
; prevenUUre lot Cocoas CoLD, Baoxcams notice. pT All orders left atthestoreofS. Terms made accommodating and Country orders The Howe is situated inacealral positissi
I &IftJU aa4 Cold nno.. tions to merit the patronage which shall be bestowed upon him;' will be promptly attended to. promptly attended to faring the South and retired from'other houses.

Mai's SI&.pro pair, 35 Cum. UNDERSIGNED 19-tf 3. A.ARMAIL Also Country Roofing and Guttering done with It contains 45 rooms aad eoaveaieaeee geaaraL,
FI
Lot do do 30'do. shall be without regard to trouble or'expense. .of Jacksonvflla sad dispatch and for accommodation cannot bo surpassed

S. BOTS A Mnsas do 25 do. A LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House, with good has fitted up the rooms To;01< P'u.b1l.o 63 STATE STREET,near the Market. dee.23 2m B. E. CAn

,;SntOf-From the Retail Prices we make a the Republican office, as a DOT. 18-6m CtiorUttm.. C.
:: liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers, Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House style which he thinks will give UNDERSIGNED, successors to Him WiJi.A H ii&iJia
Tory It n-lUbe Us aim furnish the No.3 holmes' hare in Fraser & ,
TiKavcs Building Thompson
..thMaaystonkorp.rmayuisk.s fine proSton soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. LIQUORS and SEQARS.faod tore and for sale PALATKA, E. FLA.
be
their sale while they are aa article thay FACTORS AND
In class of may Oct. 21 1854 6m S. BUFFINGTON. OYSTER and:GAME SVPl '4ENERAL ASSORTMENT OF THIS new and pleasant Establishment rec. .
kept ull&on among goods -
any
to. live complete satiafactsoa to his I COMMISSION: MERCHANTS up for the accommodation of the Traveling

tot terms apply HARCO URT, BRADLEY* CO,, *.* Republican copyWATCHES A couple of fine MERCHANDIZE; i 'Aden3 North Wharf Public and unsurpassed by any one hithar

38 Ana Street Jfew.Yerk. soon be added to his.e of Dry Goads Groceries, Provisions, I Charleston S.C. I to established is now open for the reception af

TUE-CIIEST:' dec23-tf and Cutlery Crockery and Glassware, .01)1..riiiia I PAUL a.raovraoxCopartnership : Boarders superintend by Mrs. M. Zawadahr
I Iilr JEWELRY SILVER WAREAND O..cerlH and Caps Boot and Shoes, Saddler and i a whose earnest care will be to please all and everv
lIB A8TL.CY COOPER DART., M.Dn assortment of Books and Stationery, and an S Notice. one who will call in. The public patroaex is reipectfally
having
,
I o the eminent Medical Practitioner has left a TlI1IlUbtcriber S. N. articles suited to the trade; to which they TIlE undersigned have this day formed a Co : ,.QLINSXX.sep .

valuable legacy to the world in his solicits the patronage of the .the attention of the public and ask them to JL partnership under the firm of MATTHIBSSIX W-6m
Great FreveiiUtive of Consumption, hand fun lAd examine their ItOck before purchasing A ', and will continue.the Wholesale and
AID Goods. ways keep FAMILY on a supply ;M they flatter themselves that they Retail WitA3IWiiii iii':.

UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY Fancy which he will sell oa reasonable as low as anyone else,for cash or country CLOTHING $ TAILORING BUSINESS.at CHARLESTON V. C.

DISEASES, will be :. S the corner dRaM Bay and Queen streets. 'T* THE
_. constantly replenished GRAVES l''dfni.D would '',ctf.Dy ia.
1 vitnout the vie of Medicine. from the North. ..BURTON. I M.. W. CAarZ ston, S. C. J. bum h-s fJuDdialld the Pctlie gcneiaI2ytael

fir A.C. Bart invented and advised the usa GEORGE FLAGG Dee23m. JOHN : N. B.-\.W.GBAVUS would respectful! WM. MATTHIESSEN, be has leased that ecUasive and well kaewn es

of the ..._rvno_. snail. u tneae._ Moots the public that he still continue the July I,54. WM. P.OHARA. tablishment the PLANTERS HOTEL aid ie

S DEDICATED CHESTPROTECTOR no1s.son'V'111.e mast ForJ.da THE UNDERSIGNED DAGUERREAN BUSINESS, J7 Alonufacturuif Etlablitkment, 36 Pratt DOW ready for the reception of visitors jts eligi
all utah and eonditons as a ttrttt, New York, under Ou Htptrintendatut of ble location being convenient to all the
rpo persons ages that Mavihop for the west of Dr. II. D. Holland's residence. 'u.-
WOULD inform the citizens ohMs place and surrounding country MATmiBSsxv...
JL certain and a safe shield againut consumption respectfully SHOES oa the comer of July 8 1854. (aug.5-2am-2a localities, will commend it to those wbe visit taecity
,
Bronchitis Asthma Cough Cold and other afflictions he has again opened at his old stand, syth streets next door to store Notice. on business aDd no exertions or expense wUI

.+ of the Lange which arise from the ezposectate < SUMERS' BLOCK by J.B. Howell. They have The rpHE CO-PARTNERSHIP, under the firm of be spared by the Proprietor to promote the east-
of the chest according.fashion, and the ply of materials sad to the People's Clothing, 1 TUNXO, PICKNEY CO, is this day dissolved. fort sad convenience of his guests and render ha
oanUaaal changes of our climate. with a large and Well selected stock of their manufactures have no S LID The Battlement of its affair, by mutual hove in every, worthy of the public patreaas

141 .;The Protector"is simply a chemically prepared! VAIliii1l8 i&Vi1ita i tV a WAAa public,'whom we BOW auk to give DRY GOODS STORE.At agreement devolves on WILLIAM M.TUNNO, aaS support. He is pleaded to add th!> hehae

%,i fur lined with silk and padded, which, sutpended t dec23-2m BACKMAM ( the sign of the GIANTS RED CAP) to whom all persons having demands or being indebted secured the services aa Book keeper of Mr.J. W.
I from the neck covers the chest in .oagreeabl.a ANDFANCY referred. Lamkin so long and favorably known to tae Ira.
that once it becomes a ntcutity and G-CCJs Insolvent If MODE returns thanks to his friends and eiti- are veiling of this
'l nuaner worn WILLIAM M.TUNNO. community and the adjacent Stale.
C. SKIFF of Jacksonville and conntr
sons
.comfort"Tb. Protector.. although but recently introdu to which the attention of tbe Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from Ute CATALINA, favors bestowed on him surrounding, and solicits a 000. S B. Q. PI CnEY. Ja. July 8-3m G.,W.BOM1X.

sad into America,II making rapid progress through New York Manufacturers I am prepared to offer my customers inducements both as gular the goods chattels of the same. As he has now entered into Charleston August 31st 1854. MAGNOLIA HOTEL

t &. Ualtecl States; the Canadas South America regards style and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. George F.Skiff, late of this with his brother in Savannah the Sept 2J3 ,

nod.lao vtos% AIMUM. n nan for a bog time Among my assortment may be found tag this day filed ia my office a .will be carried on more extensively,under Oa the St.Jobna River
Wen a staple article in England and on the continent of the insolvency said estate: .and Arm of The Subscriber. TXDIK CHIICC or C PT. O. J. Mr
of Europe while it has grown in many countries WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES FRUIT Do KAPKIK This is,therefore to notify A. & J. MODI; Continues the business heretofore carried oa ander is a new House JIT.
,
t to the pou'tton of an article of dress.I RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS, Ao, k demands against said estate to ; Wholesale and Retail Dealer In the name of TUNNO. PINCKNEY A CO, THIS Boarders recently and opened fer the ae-

T.d.moostrat.the'e facts enquire of any En- FINE" GOLD. DETACHED PATENT LEVERS" (taIJJ.w.led II. ) Constantly on hand and made to order from pews. proved aad authenticated Clothing and Dry Goods aad tenders to his friends the renewal of his services. North daring the cnaneiug aad future visitors seajoas.from tie

gush resident In your vicinity of his knowledge of eO&Ia. and warrantedwith.t Probate of Duval County, by WILLIAM M. TUNNO Ilisstnated
U LAPINES, friends will find at an times ADd immediately OD the SL Joha'sRivsabout >.
which time
the beneficial effects of wearing the Protector May aext at there a large Sep41 313
25 miles from Jacksonville
of kind. Th ( without hunting casess) CUTLERY. distribution of the assets of said Stock too numerous to mention. Fo and a short dis
wrraocr axcotnua to OCTOIWIG any SILVER PATENT SEVERS, do. do. I sad reasonable NEUFFER IIEXDRIX 4 Co. tance from the month of Blark Creek, and is mtsl
call and
creditors t'.NOt.Wi. price please eon ,
4 east of wearing these articles is a mere trifle and From the celebrated Manufactory of Goo.W favorably located and
4 DETACHED do. do. .1 conveniently fflted for
the
yourselves on Bay street Co.Sam- COMMISSION MERCHANTS up
a.. will last some years. No one who values the holm A of my name as Judge of ,opposite ,, mentioned.
SOB
ef himself his family will be withoat LAPIKE3 do. do. eonsitug I S 1.aI of said Court this Lot,where you will find the same Giant's Bed for the sale of purpose Arrangements are made fw
health
them. The Hospitals or la this country are not alone From good makers, which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, INABS I lu November, to tbe year Flour, Grain and Produce Generally, the accommodation of sixty boarders and already

recommending them,but rapidly introducing them. good time keepers. RAZORS. Afl. thousand eight huadred I THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. julyg Charleston SC. tfOEO. numerous visitors have availed* tbenuelvesef 1.-
catioBattbeMMagnobV The HOUM
facoaveaieal
Harconrt Bradly A Co.of London and Manchester JEWELRY. FANCY GOODS i FELIX ; be sold or given away the entire Stock or ABBOTT & CON to a fine Mineral Sprino and boats and pooeys are
Ju4e of Probates
S snanufaoture, England of were the originally Protectors,entrusted by the lamented with the Cnnata'in of FOB AND VEST CHAINS.CHATELUNS Such as CORALS, PORTE MOInd. ACCORDIONS November II, -. Dry Goods and Clothing, ..9S Rut-Bay, (fppotite Boyc If CVs lf% /) tor k.pt respectfully for the purpose invites goiag thither. The pieprie-.
GOLD GUARDS, PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AKD I wish to of theirsa. Charleston S.C strangers and ritixeae I*
manufacture oecnpaats dispose
Dr.Cooper and continue to according I Notice. in"
LOCKETS, BRACELETS "drop or sojourn at the
instructions and therefore recomsaend OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS I I.order to be ready for the new Brick Magnolia House wia-
t.e1 ,
Defdtrt inSPIRIT
iriginal MONTHS from date the
PENCILS, CROSSES KEYS, SEALS, tor or summer,aod this afford aim aa
those who would wear"The Protectors" to DIAMON RINGS, REGARD Do. PAPIER-MACHEE, JEWEL CA SIX CIf Estate of sooa to be erected oa Bay street and taake CASS AND CAMPOENE. of demtins;that attention to their comfort epportniiy which i.

S 10 their being genuine.Ea GOLD THIMBLES-8LEEVE SES BOXB8 ROSEWOOD WORK eeassd wilt preeeat foal for the new stork which they Intend to bring, with Lamps of,every description for the same will give himself and the. able superintendent
t ).... P115 U A STAlLS ABTICLt AID MO AND COLLOR BUTTONS PORTABLBWRITIFG the) Boa.Judge of Probate for ia a farther improvement of styles to In- ALSO much pleasure to manifest an
DESKS, ..
J-uan bUIC STUDS, CUFF FANS cons aeMleeMot, aM will at the liberal J. English and American White Lead Faints July J. A. EUIMRELTX.rtii& .
RETAIL PRICES. RINOS.Aoa.l.lCULES djecharged such patronage M.has received daring ,
Qan' SID llMeach BROOCHES SPECTACLES EYE LAS- THERMOMETERS .UaiaittrMor.S. he has been in 'business this city has of every kind, Linseed and Sperm Or

Wltlu' do. - 1,00 do. BBS GOLD PLAIN AND BEn, RINONS, CBILDRDI'CHILDREN'S Ida AagustT.54. him to dispose of whatever he has on july 8 Oil Glass, Putty,Ac. tf tf T
TOYS, TEA BILLS at that fail
Bon A Misses do. 75 do. prices cannot to produce a smile
S p HARCOURT BRADLEY CO, LOOPS. SCARF PINS Ac. Together with various other articles too nuunevens SValMble flea Island S&T from his easterners, and thereby re CONDICT, JENNINGS A Co nPHI public are informed that the abeve raW

33 An Street A 102 Nassau Street, SILVER WARE.to mention. Land thy .the favors of the public. He has deter SADLER COACH, HARD *. has been Jutted from Dr. DUGU aid ae
New-York, u.a. COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT N.B.-CLOCKS,WATCHES,JKWBIBT, miles above the Bar of .that the most fastidious shall not leave him No. 165 & pain trill 6.spared to render the time agreeable)

PrnrlpalW&rebouse 102 Wood Strut Cteatfdt, TABLE,DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS thoroughly rtpaired and varranttd, mt HU starterf FOUR located oa the aisaattifacUoa ia regard to their bargains. lulyt CMrluttmSC.XATlUIESSEN Meeting Street. and to give tatufactitm to all who may five ate
Strut FORKS notiet: t3T TERMS CASH.r ee84- OM aid aU I We are anxious to wait with a eaU. A
-1 XMutotTManufaetory. 44 Market & SUGAR SCOOPS SALT AND MUSTARD Do, embraces sevea haadred and fifty upon new Bathing Hon to has beea -
cfittttr, EnrltauL tr CIf It, or nearly so, first rate you. lead! rn41!! read! !! A O'lIARA, ted at the Spring for the accommodation of then

U. B.A Co, are establishing Depots for the sale aad to its original state, with A.MODE A BRO,Jacksonville WHOLEMAI.C who may desire to bath ia one of the/nu! SuIpJ&
ef "The Protector" in all parts of America._Physicians about eighty acres cleared Mot eaStern door to"Morning News"office, CLOTHING HOUSE, Spring.in Oi Ceua ". The location ie remark
Surgeons Druggists, Clothiers Dry Goods erm the ensuing ssasea. t-f Bay street SavannahObLOAg No. 143 East Bay,corner Queen able for dadA, act rurp utd in the State. Beae
? Merchants Hatters aDd Milliners also Gentlemen's New Goods New Goods! ( withIn I yards of the S July 8 Charleston, SC. tf .1 tiful high pine lands free from the aaoyaace ef sa.
entrusted with the > StO2O.HENBT sects especially .. Can
Furnishing Store-Keepers are the river. On the premises there i WARDLAW, WALKER & BURNSIDE JVil aceemijiedasn
wholesale and retail distribution of them, and to or three-story mansion house, 1C. W. CLARIS Cotton Factors and one hundred persons only! 25 miles from Pilatisw

whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise AMBLER & HOEG atoe feet Location Health Joy Sfrett COMMISSION MERCHANTS I, J.J. DICKISON, Preprietor.
aDd a splendid opporta ", opal 0 them for safe natural advantages act to be Subscriber has received a large sad elegant North Atlantic Wharf sept.2S. IBSC-6 .

1 nad profitable good sad terms accommodating. assortment of GOODS of different kinds se- uly3 Charleston S.C. tfGENUINE S
,
Have just received their Fall supplj of Merchandize consisting of The Magnolia House.
I Jot terms, apply toIIAIICOLRT so. Ptockaey A Co, Charleston by himself aid particularly adapted to the &. East
BRADLEY. CO, ham, Palatka; Capt Coxetter, of this section of the country. He respect- / LONDON DOCK PORT WINE| *,le. Wanda.
38 Ann Street, New-York.U.8. lJrERIEI .III IIiilL or to the owner, on the,. iavites a caD from ail old customers and the I \Jf w MADERIA WINE; NOW' under the management bo Mrs.STOLL..

t. A warning.ry CORK FLOUR, BACON, PORK. HAMS BUTTER. LARD, fC., fc ..nod Kilt P.O. generally. His stock consists ia part of Expressly U for medical FRENCH BRANDY at Rate of board, 91,50 can per day had for upon TRAXSIKJTf app'
AND FANCY DRY GOODS GROCER- purposes
tha full of FAMILY GROCERIES. BOARDERS. Every attention will U So
mind With
I Delay not;harbor not in year a supply 2-3t paid
8t. APOTHECARY HALL
John's
E.F
.p
Bluff.
I '' ,HARDWARE,CUTLERY,WOOD AND the
comfort
entenoe of fools philosophy thtt a disease will promote of guests and every exertma
it-S get eared of itself or that yon can cure it with certain Goods H YCEANABROUGHT WARE BOOTS AND H. W. KINSMAN made to give satisfaction by the subscriber.
V, medicines for a few dollars, Beware bow you Dry DOOR OF THE SHOES,HATS AND CAPS,FANCY 117 King Strut (I.7M friends from the North sad South vistt-

tamper with your general welfare.ryewildasstlclo.syouthswhywillyouperslst. Diwwery has base J. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, haa In store an Immense stock .1 lag St.Augustine may be pleased to bear I have
Of PRINTS, a large and well assorted stock, of this city,in the treaties of PERFUMERY, Ac, Ac, Ac. WINDOW SHADES interested myself for the success of this House a4

{ la dosing with the Silky nauneating compounds daily Linens Bonnet Ribbons sna and aO diseases of the Lane. of the above Goods win be sold on as food which he b now offering at prices such as to present nothing shall be wanting.

.0. proffered thereby Impairing your appetie and Ginghams, Sheeting, Curtis' Hygeaaaor lahahng as at say home in this city. great inducements to customers.ALSO J 2J..ba B.K.CAD.

digestion, and destroying yon mentally as well M DeLains Shirting, Crash, Taffetas, Cherry Syrup. With this aew 22 II EoW., CLARL
be cured with few do- I Vectored away aflMed ones to THE PAVILION HOTEL
physically, whea yon caa a Lace and Mnalia Curtains,Satin DeLanes Damask ,.
Florence Silks evidence of which he has-
Hosiery aa
see of pleasant medicines ITeowhoarethusaanoyedandwishto Alpacas, Osnaburgs, eatsa. Speakins of the treatsaeat CHARLES DiWALL.JacktontilU. *. Ac-, all at a great bargain. julyB-tf ffort .:Wat cvrn.tr Mteiinf 4-HotelSte.S .

be restored Cashmeres, Dress TrimmingHandkerchiefs, Lady's Collan, awrks 'It Is .w..t.1; '' .: .. CHABLESTON, S. C.
treatment at
to heath and.vigor by a once S. G:COURTESA 1'
I pleasant and effectual! should consult Dr. MORRIS. Blankets, &c., &c. bieathtsg an agreeable, healing .Flo. BOOKS STATIONERY AWD CHEAP The andersignad begs respectfully to inform hisnumerous
friends and the
eiaal
properties w oeee ia traveling public -
geneeally
t. .' Hie success m chronic diseases has beea ia say part of the County MInded tee PUBLICATIONS.
other the whole If tae arial oavHy of that, notwithstanding the recent Ire ai the
neater than that of any physician of his day. CLOTHIMQ. neane)the many aid varied neptcttuJ1180Ueite4. julyS No 3 Broad Street, CharlestonS *f rear of his premises he is, as usual prepared laoffer
Many who have beea for years afflicted with diseMOTeonseqaoneee seat to the subscriber oa commission eith S
S k lira the beet accommodations to all who
en when introcaeed inee fare
I re froaa excess have A Sue assortment of VESTS, be COATS, BUSINESS COATS SACKS JAc5y3j private or auction disposal win be quickly may
takjacart to theatmem ef AGNEW; FISHER 4 HOXIE. him with their patronage the hobse aDd farnttuf
beea restored to health and vigor under his really COATS BIllETS UNDEB8I1IBTS DRAWERS, cOLLARS CRAVATS, I1'OCU.' to and amounts speedily forwarded.' The been
having
S paunil rsaIeastltho FACTORS AND COMMISSION flEHCIIANTS. thoroughly cleaned and reDO .
scientific IleatmeDt.Sbo hat been known ia this
community He also returns his sincere thanks for the liberal
S a personal Interview be objectionable, .UAL taeceemtry.JTew York Dvtehmo of years as Auctioneer and...- Accommodation S support ha has received and pledges himself to
WAar/t'.Aarletot&a
disease in enclose Ire dollars recommendations
ateto rear writing- ae HI desires that ia-
address Dr.W. H.MORRIS through the PostaeVe TUBS, Cedar a. islnte1. BUCKETS, XE\SURES, JtEJtr e, t1S ftTe.u The Inhaler Is won eath should be made concerning himself of spare ao expense or exertions to deserve a eontiananee -
any
UK rASa BOARD, XAaA ASIft.k" en without the least _W. G.BANCROFT & Co of the patronage that has been so largely'.-
,Savannah,Oa, sad a package of medicines BOXES BELYRS II hove at the place of his residence. tended towards him
11 isi ily pat up, win be sent privately and with iH Jii S to body being snidest to erap the Ire he has located his store OB Forsyth NET CASH JOBBING.HOUSE. Noy.18' H.
XftASi Maadred CASES ef L BUTTERFIELD.
CURES ,
despatch fall of directions therewith and no ones- be ... One oa the burnt district w"rel Auction ba Nos. 253 it 255 King Street.Charisstonj .
might
tie nskedL ag is also at conducted and where. ac.ILJLSSEN S 1 d O. Merchant's Hotel
** 'assortment of'all kinds. has present 5 1,dS;
A large and complete owed SM of the ASTHMA of
.
afflicted with Scrofula .
remans Hvfag at a distance on hand on the most reasonable terms Charleston SC.IIrCiow

,Old Ulcers,Titter,Canners Piles. Pistils In we.... XttAerry P. X. :GROCERIES AND.PROVISIONS,. ix rutcas.4jh .
Ana Gravel Btnetares. Gleets or say disease whatever l5WiaJlI. S X am'eared of the ASTHMA, /of For Cad. and. Country Produce. DEALERS IN GROCERIES, LIQUORS THE undersigned having leased this Betel,
nf an aggravated ar malignant character,can COLOONZS Dr.Curtis' 8-tf_' CHARLES DsWALL SEGARS, Ac.ulyB .," situated in King Street,solicit from the travel
bg by Hygeaaa.Jfargartt :
PERFUMERY &C La.
beenredathosaebyTonsalUng Dr.' MORRIS by :BRUSHES. SOAPS ,,. Easton : '.. 139 East Bay, Charie too,8.C tf ling public a share of patronage. Board 9ljH*
-! paI4"a r. '. Mrs. Paul of '.8 the Old Settlers ef Florida. per day; single dinner, 60 ete.only.. u
S. Mediomee pleasant and usft can be sent per mail 3EEIS.IEIT eared of a severe GMt of B R-MEIERE late of the General Land S. 8. FARRAR t BROTHERS, July 8m JAMES M. UroMT.

S to aay part ef the United States. The tarred SMOrtment that has been offered in this market, consisting of common wan,'walls ... and Pension Office, Washington, D.C, DEALERS IN COFFEE, GROCERIES CHARLESTON
the treatinentoffe.aI."epti3nt&5 HOTEL
I Particular attention given to seLls Glassware, Preserve and Fruit Dishes sit styles sad qualities( My .lst.rbu beea cored of a' promptly to all claims ander the Flori &c. .
Ladies who nay be afflictedwkalmraUrltiM TSr7 TtsTwin.aia Flt ADd Oil Lampl CADI1Jet la,Ian! COUGH several standing Occupation Acts of 184*and 1848.-Per. S Comer East Bay and CnmberlandSta.uly8' S D, MIXER,
Flour Albus or Whites Pre. yearr Ceraer Meeting and Street
: ho h.r. were settlers under the said Act of 1842 Charlatan S.C ifS Hayae ,.
.
mcareahleby -S
It '' weald 60 JulySr '.
f speWs UterI wl'.w.c .WOIII1t HARDWARE. in ONE MONTH by the flygeana. wall to lay a Ue an false deleeacy and promptly demands 01 bate market 4I Sir _JIm ; not received the PATENTS their lands S MILLS HOUSE,
eonsnlt the Doctor. Cures warranted. elected expressly to.1ifP1 the peeulls htltia.- S S .J.H. Gavbtrt P. If. .. them obtained attended the mI. M. LAWTON A CO. .
or to by sob ,
Ae
THOSAS
tools S three
Carpenters' Price
Dollars &iKERSS
a Package
ty All letters to receive attention must 1 purposes :Also claims prosecuted for TENSIONS S S FACTORS AND 55 S
J a'fee. ,Addrees' Dr. W.B.MOTRU TIS A PERKINS A BOYD'. COMMISSION .Comer Meetingaud Queen Streets
MERCHANTS
c tpaid. ekMteg WINES & LIQUORS. LAND, SCRIPT BACK PAY*&,*ei,
T4
N. aly8 ,
Geo.t:7' Chambers st, Packages No. 13 Southern : CItArlutaA.S.C. .
Savannah
GIN aa4 BOrltBON WRISERT IIoWa4. Do.". most. reasonable terms. H'hvrf
hOLLAND to '
FINE OLD BRANDY, press say partcltbe United S
Consulting Rooms 2e.83 Bryan street ALE PORTER CIIAXPAIGNE CIEDB'b. k" N. B.-Dr.Guide is 'RIITEKENCH. Charleston S,C. 5 PAVILION JlOTEL9.l

I weaite Monument Sq.. July 29-gy_, TilE SUBSCRIBERS may ,bo found for the present Ja the new building erected temporary and OSLY GENUINE''. .Liwn CAM U.S.Senator. Wm.IL L&wtosS I I Wm.M.Tavlor, H..L. BUTTERFIELD,

-:-----'-Shirts .Uan.lI.nnYa I Lie ad the site of the old stand destroyed by fire. They hope to open the year 1855.iu the lam aad base immitttioas or,vile'e4 JAMS Coorxa. .' It R..Waiaright Bacon J I Joseph T.DUL S Comer Meeting and HaseUtt, .
,
: T.JL LUSINO R. (.460, 462 aad 464 I ek_store corner Ocean sad Bay street,which is now in course of erection., 'dee 2-tf torfeits. Shna them as yon would Joaw.Wttsov,'Comm'r Genl- Lad-OSe JalyS tf Julyg ChorUtonJ3.C. '- IS
K -- -
t Broadway Albany N. Y, Manufacturer ,Fer sale by S -'Pott Paid, :MALONE & ,TAYLOR. '
..tBtRTSCOUiARSSTOCK5&e.forthesuvily XEW BKYLIGHT MILHRA McCPlK 'JULIUS E. MEIERE 5
) AQtheoozWr'flnh1: NEW YORK.
-_ LUMBER AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS -
18-SmWaa4igtonZl.C.
ef Geld Famishing Houses throughout the .
I baited States. Orders from say part of the UnionwiBbe&Osd I 2 aguttian QaiIttL WIIM; LIqaorg nil : '1 JI Holmes S

promptly. w Tea Depository; A CO.have lust FINE CAST STEEL 8AW8. S Philadelphia, ,

Having been long engaged in this badness and tHo In holmes BLACKWOOD A GRIFFITOS, iSxtra fine Cast Steel Very respectf'an7lOl1eit continiraents of 30OWe.'tsred,2t:2 S
Hew .
ataMraatwed fur the nouses ill Removed te the UE SUbaeriber'lIep Jnfomth dtisensW Circular Saws of siso. 1T7ILL attention to sales ef Tel
largest theoountry Dr. Baldwin's at their old stand oa Bay street every Including B9U LUMBER. SHINGLES, $*. pay particular .
nehasnneVmbtof giving nniversal satisfaction to Building opposite of Jacksonville and ita vicinity. that he still their customers as choice air the Portable Saw Mills from 42 to 84 =advances made. Refer to -- YY low Pine Lumber Lire Oak aid. .

purchases la piles and quality neT.li-tI' Offlee kecostanU7oub4&PI ,Jacksonville, .aad. eontlaues to keep SKYLIGHT open his market can offer.: Began sold' to diameter-together with Gangs Moley S S E.T.BROCK, Philadelphia' ether SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE,aa<
is NEW GALLERY
Inaelreat NoUce. IITBERE assortment Wines by the basket or bottle, CuLt Pitt, and other kinds. E.T.1tIcnARDSON. do, to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.July7tf S
-S ir well selected m Fonyth Street second doer west of Dr.Hol. celebrated Saws have been hi extensive nly8-tf T,E.BUCKMAN Jacksonvine Fla __
T8A AC V.C. BUFORD,Administrator of the EsA' LID CBZXKALn, mijohn or gallon or by the doien -
DRUGS land's residence,. the North West the last tweDil.b..a. l'
5- dsriessi.5 taie ef having WDliam filed O. ill Rnbrd my offlce, late a of written this county suggesUoa Always received by the latest arrival,warranted i Where he is prepared to take pictures in a maa ;The'stock: b comprised[WINES.of considered- by competent Judges S.the .best S J SC IVhilden.: ,8. Us, RocJteHbaugb,

of the ( fresh and genuine. Also ner not surpassed by any. ,He has spared no expense ; S ,. 'GIXEZALCOMOLMFlpHANT,
"
Insolvency said Estate. This is
DEIRA SHERRY 55 5-
i CLARET dialects'
ia his
ther.foretosotlfy all demands da- rerfamerj, Comba Brushes,Soaps fitting up Rooms having splendid by them, aad formic at. their S
aad aatbentfaatod persons hartog Lamps.Burning Fluid *e., reception room for ladies fitted up ia neat tad LIQUORS. -No 45 CUff-st New York Paints Oils and Glass .-
---- 1/fccored In the office of the tasteful style besides his large fine Skylight, enabling 014 Cojaaa, Otard Martel and RirtuscE. S ,1i: tABJTUL attention will ,be given to sales ifS '
.
; JaJjre Probate for Dan foreash. 21. UAVNLSTREET"hartulsns.C.5
? next eounty, by the seventeenta ,which win bewld few attondedto. him to take pictures.in croups or.eingly,ia Tognao White.Brandy, Old findlays Iron works Maeoa flea S; 0 S _/ ,Cotton Rice Sugar, Lumber,. Timber and 0\
daytt Jaly ensuing, at which time .Countryprescription. pnnetnany and clear or cloudy weather lie feels.confident of Schnapps, Bourbon Monoagahela, Saws for the Portable Mills can obtained. ether Southern Produce Jlenhaadieo
there will be a pre rata the distribatMnof the aesets of put up with care gtrmg satlsf aetlsn to all who may favor hint with Whiskey Jamaica and Santa & C estate creditors
said -ajnongtt thereof. a celL. He is thankf} for past fa von, sad hopes Ale diJ'.NDtbraadl and on Lovejoy,Alto Union Mills.Darien,'Gee. J\ PAINTS and OILS of aU kInds VARN.SHE3 .
::1 Grrea ander n y bandied the Seal of the S TIAI..Afent to receive a continuance of the is... .Those who cider Cordials. .Bitters"Jta,Ac.j Giles,,'Bsvannah. ,- WINDOW GLASS aid SASHES, 8PT3. Hoe A Co'a.Patent Ground .. '
Oonrt of' Probate of Devil eonnty. aitha for the Nov York Pekln Tea Compaay, do not west. are'respectfully invited S SEOABS. '4' TURPENTINE SPIRIT GAB, COTTON FOOT- rpHKSabscrlhen manufacture from the bet

_ ?'PrebaU 0ee In 3 Jaeksoavma tils -.tae Teaaf direct Importation;and of 34 var Ues,from can and exanuag his rooms ana specimens. Of uejnost approved' S: Iron Works ontgonery Ala.. GIN FIXTURES GLUB-aad, BRUSHES of v*. 1. Cast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from tw.,'

evantoeatH S day IEL1XLItdNosToN f Janaanr AJ 1855. ..w"llb.iaa pckige, aUw..Waa4at< July 8-tf ._ 'M.w.GRAVES. ." TOBACCO S .t,- .' rions kinds.., : (noras ly S i Inches to eighty Inches'In'diameter- Their Saws
utta-.I low prices. ; S S are hardened and and and
tempered, are ground
Ma :Jadgt of Probate Devil County. gi.snti.yDeslers.spp1ed.byOrdertng Administrator's Notice. y.llow.Ba Fin Cut ia tin: S S Coed 'Groceries JUST RECEIVED,.br. Bark &ui o fUTRAU8MIT'FLOVBhbbst lalshad, machinery; designed expressly for tke
months after date.1 wfll SnC.fWIaadavtrietroflU
mpaBle4withOa 0I present my accounts Subsriber successor,'to Jr B. Howell I
sKOit1CL-S SIX : purposs;a are,therefore much superior to thom
.--.f jaa 20-4y. ,
: vouchers to the Hon.A. K .
S PLASTB Caston Jadge > ; coiner, hat oa hand a taU < aad,halIde. in
the
shall j GARDEN FLOWER TBIEDS, &, aanvV SS ground usual maaner, as they are atreagta-
K09TBS aft.rdata apply to theOOBenT Probates In sad for Alaohua PORK
QIJC .f Probate a3ioiirspkiP4Osb1j.is : ct.i te S 'P14sterJ t- .Plain and Ikmlly.Groceries which he will salt'low MESS F sued and itlf.nadby Increasing them te thiekneearegularryirofi
.Kas-
Jadge tbrtheeenaty ho from the : BUTTER CHEESE and
discharged LARDv
'. ; .
ro. the to the
; .: L. cutting edge centre e ateqtMBtly'
S
esa,for a aWdUcharge as AdaUaistntorclhetstateaf t the Kstotoof WlHlsm 8. SteadIly, late'nf'sail 'rl lubecrlber A- =9ie to on hand at all times aa s sail linnet.if .. BUCKWHEAT 'fa boxes and bag*.' 'I do DOt, become beaL.durbuckled sad
,
.
I Joha''Braddoek, diced,.Ia&t.off ixiionthetre.da ; the weceszasts.iain.I S T GOQIDB 8 qmnm'PBACJIII8; ,
-1. eel So I old, Isand the. which wfll be sold silks lowest eash ; tItN: nodnee a"greal saving fa Umber. '
de- '
I tat "J'Ia..i 1ItnIor.cilIa Zd&te eI Jo V&q1at. S. "l'Bo 3PREVA'1T.AdVj. Costotaen will A GBBPRB8BRYIS PICKLSDLOB3TBm' "
manufacture Steel
fcerformanee of PUJn a 4 always meet'wtth-aaae- %!Theyabe Cast MW, Pit aid
/ i' pICKR'OL BAD. Aa'r.aACe and..N .
.U1W.SISLIesI aeeaanta J..14-a.a Wit.S.STAiNewnaasvtne. & W" BLAKFS FIRE-PROOF: .
eeued genUeman the cfMr Oorg PAINT tHYimOLBB s ci-a Cut Sawai and BQlet Webs ef
Jricklaymg Masonry,Ao" He'. persoa superior.eaaJ-
___ ,71a.28'S5, (fehl 4w] tbeHoa.Judge ef Probate for Putnam wtihesk Cosutyfwistt1eeiitMthepaia4t&WS to belacharred J'am.4thJ1614.S : brick-work and plastering of : fIl' the wtabllubuieat.5. ,.'. &? .S CBME3CTvi t nt tty,all of which they have for sale;,ar they may

: .: : 'Administrator's If ottae.AtXpersoostedebtedtotaeBstateftfMlMBlI. : reasonable,, sad pledges q 1NO.V.PRIZ. .BumrlNG.J'L1lJ-awafaU..r f be obtained ef tW principal Hardware Merebuto
J.A. ARBGE ,
as such admSabtratorv_. PAINTS OILS and YARNI8L.&S.S
.
ia the exaeatlon aU throughout the Uaited States sal Canada.'
pateb work ,
I '
g12d-eD SeHSo-Bm MELTON n .. W. Aadftrsalsby' MJLLBR A McCUMT 'S
; S Jsaheta.. Dean, i law,tt Jactewrtlle.Duraleonnty E.JB kei'S T ZBOIACO.,

Mtf .- : 'Administrator JTotleei .I Fla-. 4eosasadV .. >eiiiwtedo) Eeaardly tainkf,U ne eawy, 8BIP BROKER AND GKNXRAL ., S_.deo-lo_ -tf 'gomeru'NewBuadmr._ 29 aad XI 0 U Street.tST :
\ .ILL. .nJr'blIa. : ManUS tem date bereofLwffl apply to .u mmediate paymaat %.1 MIl w1loa lie II W ai7aastMce LM I 881 MERCHANT : :CGpartD ". : : : PnMsaers.:ef newspapers
I .m..tuIdIW fM.tr. SIX: 3ijpof' FIVbSO5e'MI0h**eounty.B. all penons having. .CM said.Mate art ifbls wcshas. li&thM.t.spli. .: ':&vesAGao.S' .If' ;'l'e nid.rsl1iav .u'sdPs.s. : Coeta.jsblp 1".71--,. times,milk thisaeto, aa4 :
..j. 'If ""MP'l efTJf8T'I' Flforaftnaldischarre trea&be frthef4m1a- _red&o eiittbH the -. W1 -. S foe lbs PnctiM Ibrward us a paper fiontalnfeg the,same, will bejjjjljjjs-
.JHtii ,. .
IItnGGIiVIW r. .. ; 1Ilri4 ,If..Uwr. a .. "waswal J-01'.uo j fOIma-o. S 1 t paln ta nrmtmg material by purehaslagfouytlases
lIBCEITBD..1oI.$( nam ggi fggf ., ... ** -. .OUI MlO1t' = VO ; -1 .'aM. wID he d e : : 1. : ; f CIS I..1nlLl the amount of their bin for the advertlsenMaL- -'

"f 1!ll mum'"I'I .Z1,11. (UOIAassIas _44g'S tI.fIt. 2f.,9Ava ebeiyU3e.- ", &






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