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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 17, 1855
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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BY THORI'TY. and Hettor's Bridge on'Hurricane creek,' Barton's creek McAU stet's Cross ,Bords, ,From Greenville,by.camp Creek Horse Jrom Lexington,..bT Cub creek ,Sprrngs,' Mills, Metamc Vooesboro. .Mbjau ,sad from Woodboome,"Vsadegrfff'ts;sAd
I From PiM Bloat to'Bastrop, Louisiana, KichardsoaX ,aDd Pleasant Mound', to. creek,tad BroylesTilie Kheitowa. Perrynlle, ,"to t7iBockemiHe -y. Jfoor. 'sRest,.toCIint08.. .t. ; '-
LAWS via MooticeUo, and Hamburg. CUrktTdk From Greenville by-Timber Ridge ,Little Tram texmrton.by Lesserabcnr'aSpsiQ'a> From Pnr r,by Stag Je" Hambarg, : Jrom WpocTs, by .BndVs ,Laadinf,'
From Pittaburg Hone ,From Charlotte BeUtborgh Cback Wsrreraoorfc1 Sooth Carte Levmia UiH and Faravijle Poplar sad Passatchange )
STATES. by Ckrkesville by Byan's : Cancky Bend ( Hope Red Su1phv Sprogsll'utporWs Spring, ,
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OF THE Head, Ozark. Pleasant HUL. ,and Tan Bares store, and Jraephine Springfieid. Snoddyrille,'mad .LeadTakt}Jto Paadndge. Bluff Springs to Trenton terloo, Gravelly Spring Oakland sad 'tJ,. ..Bed .Mound.. .,
to Fort Scni. From Charleston, by Stony Point, to Greenville byfJJnxttnpe bprings, From:'Cnitia,and LcouvUljt to Florence to Tnscnmbis. KE rUCKT.' __ .'I t
PUBLIC ACT OF 334 COXCREB8 From PitUborg by Roseville Sub Rosa Benton., Paint Rock .Wannsprtn K. C MarrsTille. leak' '
Lapland, From 'tb,by Sulphur, Well. Looahatchie ,Frogs A1tX&D.r Carttap,, FJa '
or THE Point Prairie, Charleston, aDd Bloomer, .to From Chattana&ooga, to Charleston and French Broad'to AshvjUe. .. Erom London'br' Philadelphia, Sweet Concorula, Sharon, and.Wesley,to Spring lMotipid: tocost }'to,, dac
UNITED STATES. Fort Smith. Harrison and Georgetown.Tram .. .From HardiBjTuIe to 'Tipton C.II, .TMcNairy s Water Facility, Athens, BiceviHe Cbarle- I ** *

fatted at the first tesrion vhich vat be- 1 From : ,by Spring seeks Jobe, Chftttanooaa Glasgow, Kynria C;a, and.Hardemaa'C. H.J'rom ton,Cleveland; Bed Clay;Ga: tad Hill. to From Raleigh oy u.Pottcrsvnb: + From Albany by EBlott's.Crosa Roads. '
the Mo, and Webster to TnomuviHe. Sparta, Gainesboro and Tbotupkiasville, HanfinsviBe'to fun and District held at Colombia City of Waallington, From Port Green, by creek Agency, From Cheap V&J fey, by.-New London, to From Hamauo to Cottoapon.Tia' Blue : from Lyachbnrj by GilTs ,, Ripley. Dry Hill Cottage Hill, aDd 4>ooMe Fiom Augusta to Brodcnfle. '% .
in the of &on and Monday t North Fork, P)ill., and Fort WashjU, i Conyersrille. n '- ; sad Peters, to CoraerrrUlef v -* Bridals to Dyenborg.. i"_. Nom Aurora,by Hico Shiloh,. Marts r
the StJk day ofHcember., day end. toFort Arbuckle Western Territory, I From Clarksville to HopkinsviU, Ky. Prom Hanisom"to" Pikevigt.*, ,'.:.Tia* ''HiaJrom .- 'Prom.L:\. by Tucker's Arnold's From lUWn, by I B :. to_ Bay i Loeost+ Grove; Cooytrrnllsw ..Psxs ..
ed 1854.on Monday the 1th of Jueutt. From PowhaUn by TTfr i Grove. to I: Jrom Clark, to .Cadiz, It]., _;.-: ,; .soni'- ,. *"'** Store!tog's creek',- sad HamQtons. toNew -, c1oJpb. _, Albany,and y.cedrinTs. tp HoatiogdosvJjom .
DATID & I From Clarksville;by don a Thomssv Harrison to Chattanooga Market,Ala. From Readyrflle to Bradyvitte. 'Barbouravaieby Meadow creeaT, .
It.FURL ATCHIXSOX Prucc Pmident President of the From Powhatan,by James Ch3dras, to yule,Josephme, and Sycamore Mills,.toBidsePoat. From Harrison by Walfka s' idge' ,*From Lynchburg, by Jacob AwaJ's to From Rojrenvin* by 'Anderson's Cio to" Whitley Court House.' r-- .. a,

List, BOTD Speaker of Senatepro tlzllousef Hineon's, and' Stephen's,"Chappel to ,Fill- Spring ...War Gap.,Kvle's Ford,and Whites-. I-From. BlaadviOe to Cairo t.HEaois, *. i }
tempore. From Princeton by Fairvkw,'to Zachemasso. From Clarksrille, by Little Grove, Indian more. From Madisonville to Sweet Water. burg.Va.to JooetITiDa.. :Blsadrilla b.ru4 I
KepmrnUtiTes.In Continuation .Mound, Cumberland Iron Works FrornHxTrison,, .by' Hlason's. to PlkeTille. From Maccliester by Beech Grove, Walk From Borersville. .by. Mill Bend. Van : Hixlewood. to_Caledonia,Illinois. .
( ) From BevieUe to Charlestowa. Dover Standing Kock, Month of Sandy.pd er's Mills,sad Fairfield to War Trace'De Hill, Laurel Gap, ',sad Grays- From Boonenlle to Hazle Greea ,
From IIiI1 boru', bjr Union Spring, and From Bicbwood's to Duvall's BlnC Ell Grove, ts Paris. from Hermitage;by Swallow Bluff. on pot.. burr,to From G ,by" South Union,
non Springs, and Unloo Crow Boaidc La. From Bichport by Tulip, Princeton, 'From Clarksville by Dailey1' 'Palmyra, the Tennessee river to Savannah.' From Manchester,by Spring creek and bolD BopersTflle,by Lee Valley,Sneeds Allison, R=ilk; DavsvIJe, Efttoa
to n. CbappelLFreco, and Loda Camden. Yellow creek Furnace,Saito,.Rest Da id- From Huntingdon, by' McLoaoresvilJe, Pettysville, to Winchester. TiB. Mnlbrrry Gap and Yellow Springs, Fairview,' HopkinsriUe, Belleriexr.vCadiz;.
From BontsrUIe,bj Lewis W. Tbomp. From Bockport to Lost Creek. rUle, and White Oak.to Waveriy, Shady Grove; YVaterJbrdTrentoa Gibson From Marshall's Ferry to HaT'. Ferry. to Tazewell. Canton. olduPondAarotsWsisboeo',

r n'" on War Eagle, Jczmwzs' ; on White From Rockport by De .lloche, Point From Cleveland by Cbataty, Benton PeU Wells, Quincy, Csgerille, Cherryrille, and Frum Marysville,by Clover Hill,Cloyd's From Bogenrflle by St.Clair, to Baa.selville. I MarfieU Fancy larm..ana.M}Ibura., .(9. '
KiTer, and Rolen't Ridge, to Vuhboarns'sPrairie. Cedar and County Line to Mur&eefcboro.' ton Springtown Towell Falls Coker creek Busk, to BrownsviDe. creek, Unitia, Morgantown, Rockville, and Cohnnbus.Jrom .. .
From Borne to Beach creek. Turtle Town, N. C., Laurel Valley Persimmon From Huntingdon by Roan' creek. Bed Midway, to Athens. From Rntledfff, by Temples Mill Spring II Bowling Green, by' Yfqrint.
From Hurricane Jan cs Eruton'a tD From Bosaellvifle: to Dover. creek, and Nottla to Murphy. Mound, Lexington, Middle Fork Jack's From MaI'1IY Ue by' Chilhowce Cities, and New Market to DsrHridj Swaa'creek Wood Berry.,Morgaatowa,IQJCmmwelL
Dorer. From SL Francis by Green Plains Mar- From Cleveland by Cohpttah Springs creek and Anderson's Store, to Faro. Ball Play,Belltown Tellico Plains, Jalapa From Sevier Court Home by WaMra's ,'to Hertford. --
From JacVaonport, to Spud Uarria', in len, and Round City, to Memphis, Tens. Ga. and Mountain Town jo Ellejay. From Huntingdon by'Hvo. Caledonia. and Columbus, Bentcn. '. W ftr'. Core. Tnckaleeche Cove, and From Braadenbor n by Constaat ne,Jlin| ;f. .
brad County. From M. Francis, by Eureka Mill Badge, From Cleveland by Limestone, and Fleming's, ChnstmasnUe, Piltowrille, and From Marysvillc by Vance Walker's' to Cade'n Cove to ChiHiowee. Island, Cedar Grove Union Star,ana See ,
From Jacksonport to JlorrUtown. Johnston.Mount Pmsou Elizabeth Jack- Mouth of Hiwassee-- to. Smith's. crow Wine,to Dresden. Tuckalechee Cove From Sevter Court Honse. by Pigeon "-;to Cloverport.Jrom "

From JacLaonport bj 1'owhataa, to sonportj Oil Trough,and Sulphur Bock, to Boada From Huntingdon,by, Terry, South carroll From McMinnvDle, by Irving College, Forge, Oeona Lefty, QoalUtown Biff Brandenburg, by Mead.. sad '. .
Pocahoatas. Batosnlle. From CleveUad by Denton toDncktown Spring creek,Jacnon.. ,Bolivar, and Altanxmt to P 1ham. Rftrinr Scott's creek. Eat .' and and HndsoaviUe,to LItchf '
From J Jackson br Red Bank to Pilot From St. Francis by Taylor's creek and Copper Mines. Van Buna, auto William store, to LaGrange From Morganton. to Oarnesville Gina Cat.Valler, to Fieken's Court House,8. C. From BradfordsvuTe by.MauBsrple,.tad I
DilL Oakland to Clarendon. From Clinton, by Beaver Ridge, and Basaell's Ferry, Chota, Telhco Plains,Beafcr From SHelbyrille to Rowwrilte. Casey's creek to: eat&T 1e. .. .%
From Jasper, bjr Kingston to tlonts- From St. Francis by Wittsborg,Walnut Ball camp to Campbell's Station. From ,Jacksboro', by Huntsville, to Dams and Gnfun's. From Shelbyrille. by Birhmond..Peters- From CarroQtor by Saadi&r's Sore{ ,.(4Campbellabarg.
Tille.From Camp, Farm Hill, Bolivar, Goldsboro' From CJtnton by Wallace's cross Roads, Jamestown From Morganton to Boss's on the Tennessee bur?. and Cane creek to Fayettevflle.. J
Jasper by Forest home, Borland Newport and Greensboro', to Gainesville. Lo,. crocs Boads, Lost creek, Big Barren From ,Jacksboro', by EJk Gap, toWiluanuburh. via &|onroe, C. H..Mount Pleasant From SMhrrflle,by JUt Creek,Lynchboir. Front Carroll too,by Salmons,'to Bebfbrd. !
and Point Peter, to Lebanon. From Seam- bl Augusta and Witto- and Head of Barren to Tazewell. and Calhoun, and Mnrbertr ty Favettei,. From "Carrollton, by WorthriDe.1J11
From Kansas bj 1'arkrille, Wtaodotte, burg to Memphis Term. From Clinton, by Bobertsville Oliver's, From Jarksboro',by StpUrfit Fork Buffalo ,Frum Morgan C. H. to HuntsviHe, in From Sbelbv iUe. br Biehmoad.PelfastLeirisburp. Port.Royal to Drenaon's.From .
and Hampton, to Platte City, Mo. 1'rom Searcy's to Kindarnook and Crooked Fork, to Morgan Court House. creek, Pouch creek aDd Wild Cat Ky, Scott County. CochransriHe CornenviHe and Catlett's,- by Bound Bottom I
Frum Little Roc. by the old military From Searcy by Qoitman; Clinton Fiom Columbia.,naShellbyville, Huntsville to Whitley Court House. From Morristown to Dandridge Bichland to PolaskuJrom Louisa Court House, Paintsville, PresWa- '
road. Bayou Metre Settlement*and SaaoelWalker's From Smithville, by Powhatan, Cbild- Ala-and Pnlaskt, to Columbia. From Jackson by iii n. Jack's creek From Mount Pleasant to Waynesboro', Shelbvrine br Rich Valley.Chest- borg, Vie ,and Coal Grove,to Pike. k
Old Stand, to bearcy *. eeu,and Manseeker's Settlement Green- From Columbia to Clarksrille via Mc Mud creak and Coffee. Landing, to Savannah via Napier, and Catron'Iron Works Bock- not Ridge. Norris Creek. Fajetteville ton. t

From Little Rock l'.>j Springfield, to eboro,'and Bolivar, to St. Francis. Allister's cross Roads, and Dixon C. H, ner, and Dtxon's Store. Ooshen and Meridianville, Ala to HontsTille. From CsmpbeQsTiIIe to NeatsviQa. ,. i*
Clinton Frum braithvillc, by Canton? to Pilot From Columbia to Waynesboro. From Jackson, by Andrew's Chapel, Irwm Mouat Pleasant, by ,', to Dark eounty. .' a I
From Little Rock to Mary, BrovntTille HilL From Columbia to Lebanon Tia Hart's Denmark, Black Oak Grove Fayette Comer Palestine. Prom Shelbynlle to War Trace Depot. From Chaplain,by Saiders sad Duacaa_,
Aberdeen, and other intermediate offices From SmiUrrille, by Evening Shade and Cross Roads, and Murfreesboro. I Championville, Pierce, sad Somerville, From Mount pleasant JJampt ire,Isom'sStore From SheTnvTille. bT Pulaski and LawrenceboTjr to Bernick k.
to Memphis Te. Wild Haws to Mount Olive. From Colombia to Jackson via Perry to Moscow. and Duck Birer, to,Centreville. to WsTnenhnre1.. From Comprocuse to New Madrid Mo, t
From Little Bock, by Mount of Cache Erom Stony Point in White County to TQle and Lexington. I From Jackson, by Mount Pinson Mif- From Mount Vernon by Lee's Store, From Smithville. by Mountain creek From Cloverport, by.Jordsville.. iD'c )
River, to Oakland. Quitman in van Bnren County From Columbia to Fayetteville via Big-! Fin,and Nero to L ingtun. I Jallappa Kunbrough's, to Springtown. McMi nvil., anfl Racky River to Spencer MJls Pleasant Grove, Hartford, North i .
From Little Rock by P/cston and Quit- From Terre Noir to Stewart's store, in byville Pleasant Grove, MooresriHe and From Jasper to Nickajack. From Murfreesboro, to To1enJ.Jasper Marion From SmitariDe, by MecnanicsviHe, to creek- Point Pleasant' and Liyer sore,to' i I '
man, to Kinderbook. Clarke Cotnty. Cernersville. From Jasper, by Dadiville CheeksviHe, C. IL, via Henderson's Store. Woodbonr. Worthington.From .
From Little Rock by North Point, Man- From Van Bnren, by Joseph "Brant's, From Columbia by Pleasant Grove moor- Looney.'s creek, coops creek, and Mount i Beech Grove Stone Fort Hillsboro, Pleasant From Smithville. Cmvrtf Cuwy Fork.at Coviajton by- Bank Lick. to 'rIm >

melle PerrjTJle. and Petit Jean, to Dan- Crawford County, aa Lee C. Blackamore'a, ville, and Berlin, to Lewiaburg. Airy, to Fillxnore. Plains and CaldwelTs Bridge. Month of Hohnes' creek to Pekm. dependence. I
nlle. to Fsyetteville. From Columbia by Hope, Mill to From Jonc&bors Ash C. H.N. C- via From Murfreesboru' to Franklin, viaAnthony' From Somerrule. by LaureL Belmoot, From Cynthiaaa,by Qddrilk,. to deys
b7\'Ium Hardemaa's Crocs
Frum Little Rock, Bsyoo, Pine From Van Bnren by Belmont The Narrows Williamsport.From Elizabethtowu. Store and Sharon,and Gum HilL to Covinjrton. silk,
Blnfl; New Gaacuny, Richland Swan Lake, and Fancy, to Fayetteville.From Columbia, by Poplar Ridge, L-rnn- From Jonesboro to Boat Yard via. Em-' Roads. From Somerville, ty DanceyviHe, to From Colombia' ,by BreedingXt&Burkes- a
Nicottoo, Cummins, South Bend Arkansas Van Bnren by Natural Dam rifle, Pulaski, Midbridge, Elkton White brec's Iron Works. i' From Murfreesboro to Wilkinson Cross. Brownsville. TiDe "- '

Post and lied Fork to Napoleon. Evaneville llermansburj and Boonsboro', Hill, and Madison's Cross Roads, Ala., to From Jonesboro' to Asking, N. C, via Roads,via Salem Cross Boads.FromMurlrccsboruto From ,Somerville by WhiteviHe and From Colombia, by Moatpelier, J.
From Little Rock by CollegeTille, Benton to Fayetteville. Uantsville. the Walnut Mountains. Gallatin, Tia Le- Cloverport to Medon. town,sad Horseshoe Bottom,to ,MpaticeW
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Fair Play, Buckpurt, Midway, Arka- Frum Warren,by Moro, Chambersville, From Crossnlle, by Long View and From Jonesboro' to Newport via Brojl banon. From Sparta by Falling Water. White laFrom .
delpbia AnTi! Antoin, Huddles, Graves Stover,and Red Bird to Princeton. Cpopersrille'to Jamestown. and Camp creek Iron Word.Fl'Cm Fruri NahTile, by McWhirtemille, Plains Oak Hill Netrwrisitd. Uvin ston. dolambiaby, .MSlersvuTa, Creels: I
and Muibruok to Washington From Washmgton by Lewis Naaa's,'aadLsaartioe. From Crossville, by Orma's Store, and Jonesboro' to Charlotte N. C, Green Hill Sine bpnngs, and CWs ferry Monroe. Olympus,and Bale's Mills, to Albany !I borough,and SeTfD&1'SIZt to Albany. :
From Little Bock by Red Oak, Oakland cross Nine Mile to.PikeviQe.Piu From Jonesboro, Wautauga d Rocky to Lebanon KT, _' From, Crab Orchard,by LaacasterWBryantsville.
Grove Stony Point, to BatesTille. From Washington, by Columbus Saline, < From Little Bock, by PerryT. Danville Brownstown .Paraeufta. Rocky Comiort, 'From Danridge, to Bean's Station, via vine,'to Abragdon, V. White House Spring Hill, Columbia Byrne,.Pekin,ConTentent. Carthage, Dlx- 'Jrom Cumberland Ford,by La pontaic*. .
Parkersborg, Btreille and Charles.ton. Mill creek Tex. and Almond Grove to Iron Works oj Moossy creek and 6tiBeyts From Jonesboro,by Cox's store, talons Ashwood. Mount Pleasant-sboru.Uearyville and on' Sprinrs.Hartsvflle. Enon College. and Letcher, aod Hariao Court House,to Jones*
to FortSmith. Clarkaville. Mill mire. .' Palo Alto, to \V ay Castilian Sprinjn.to Gallatin. vine Va.From
i rom Little Rock,by Green Grove Lewis. From Waahmgotn, by Justus Mills cen- Daondge to Marysville via Sevier-. From Jonesboro'by Buffalo Ride to From Nashville by Good Spring, Franklin From Sparta by.Spencer, Pikeville RA- Cumberland Ford by Parton
burg Galley creek, Normtown, Bossell tre Point Shetncket, and Gap Springs .to .rom Gott's Cross Boad ,"White House Spring 'Hill, Columbia bertson's Cross Roads, Old Madison. Ffll- Store, to Boston Whitley\ county, '
nIle and Scotia, to PitUbarg. Panther ville.From Dandridge to Morristown. From Kingsport, by clover Bottom, Ash rood, Mount Pleasant,Caas,Lawrence- more WaMens,Ridge, Soddy, and Merry From Danville, by MiUedgeviHe, Has.tonrill 1
From Lebanon to Forsyth, Mo. Locust to burg, Green Hill, Ala, Lauderdale Factory ; Uiddleburg Libert sad-}eats-.'
From Washington by Mine creek, and From Decaturville br Hermitage, and James cross Roads, and Mount, Oaks to Chattanoopu -1. "
Frum Lebanon to Dorer. Wit on, to Matfrees .' Swallow Bluff; to Lee's Blu1t Jonesboro.' i and Florence; to Tl1JCQIDbia.From From Sparta by Cave, Rock Island.Mc- rifle, to Columbia.
From Lchtgh. by. Bashwooda' oo Storer' From Washington to Fulton. From Decaturville,to PerryTille. From Kingston, by Barnardsville, Ten' FashTiUe1'Chesnut Grove Camden Charlotte and- MinnviHe Rough and Reedy, Hickory Faom Danville, by MitdieQiburg, sad
Gin. and Mile Sewer Decatur GowlfieliPine WillumsvilleVaverly, creek Hillsboro' and Elk River to Deckard. Ha nesville, to Lebaoea.
From Washington,by Spring HilL From Denmark by Copan,-.BrO""l1svmC Stand ,
From Lew!burg by Dart, to PerryrQle. Lewisnlle. Walnut HilL Durhamville, and ;, to Randolph Land'Kincannon'a Ferry, Limestone, Long' Sandy Ridge to Huntingdon.From From Danville' by Stanford Walnut
From Lewuborg by Springfield, to Cl n- From VN\hitttngton to Dallas via Mount From Double Springs, by Equality, and Savannahs and Snow Hill, to HarrisonV Nashville by Ridge Post Clarksville,Cooperstown From Sparta br White's Ssrmess, Cumberland Flat, Crab Orchard sad Mt. Veraoo toLondon. -
Tumersville PortHojral .
Ida and Caddo Gore. Nctherland to Crorsville. From Kingston by WrighUrille Philadelphia Institute;and Dry Valley to Wal-
tun.From Lewisrille to Minden Louisiana. From Wilmington by Hillsboro, Spear- From Dover to Cadiz,Ky. vas Tobacco- Rockville Hiwassee Culege, Madi-I New Providence, Binggold Oak Grove, nut Grove. Jrom Elizabethtown, by Etsrensbarg,1Gnyson's
rums LrwiSTille to Lebanon TU Cal- Plains. Ky0 and Long View, toilwpkiosville. From Green Tree and Springs, Litchnefd ,CaaeyriUe,
vile, and Scottsville La.to llomer. port. IOn il1e and Mount Vernon, to : Sparta by ., Solon
Loun &echland. From Wilmington by Carysville to From Dover to Strombold Furnace. From' Kingston, by !Gray's Hill ,and From Nasnnlle, by )1i.n.sk r'It..711ft Bee creek,to Nine Mil. Morgantown Berry's Lick'and .BabbittTiUe *- .
From Lubun to LewisrQlr, by Mount Marion From Dover to New Concord. Ky. Wood's Hill and Wood's Hill, to Campbell Springs, l1alloy'.1IatcheU. Ie Franklin From Snrinefrld to EddvvileXe.., via to Bnssellville. .
hilly, Calhuun )fan lia, and Dorcheat.Krum From Wildham',by Union, to BenneU'f Pros Dresden by Dedham,Mount prospect Station, and\\oodbourn, to Bowling La ::Greenv Port Rout, Clarksville,Palmyra,and Steward From Elizabethtowa by Cofer,Hodgeas "t
Lisbon to Mount Holly. Bayou in Falton county'' ,and Aodalusia, to .Yorkville Troa Kingstonrby Emory.Iron.'Works, From Nashville by ti ergo'Jordan's r ,Smyrna Vsl-, C. II. vifle, Oak Hill,'AHendxIe, SummerwJGreensborg ,,
From Little Bay, by and Fremont From Yellville Marion county eastwardly From Dresden,by Palmer's store and Morgan court House, sad .. Spring, : Cherry Fosternlle"War Flat, Mnrfrecsburo Trace, TuUa- .From Springfield to Hayd mirile. Ky. and TTaskensygle, (a'.polash-'
El 1 Dorado Icy, Depot Clark's Milts and Cross Mills.. ,. *
to by William Jones's, at Bennett'sBiver. Elm Tree to.Boydaville. to Jamestown. Tia base
From Locust Grove to Lebanon. I'altos county crossing Big Northof From ,Dresden, by Middlcborg and From Kingston,by Welcher's Mills, toBobertsvilie. howa Ahgo1'} Stevenson, and .Joaesinlle. From Sycamore by.ESsha Clark's sad Runt Elbabnhton bl me. Sprlaf. to-
From Uaysrille to Bentonnlle. White rarer to Alvin GOrdon'a'.Ferry. Mount to Troy. I to Chattanooga Brewer's,to Sneedsnlle. Hardintb rg, *
Pelia 4
From tartan to Smith', via Deeron's. From Yt iythe b/ Worth, to Forsyth From Dyersbarg, .by Miller's ChappeL From Kingston,by. Tabor jtad? Erie to Frum Nashville b r Armondah,May field From Tazewell, by Isaac .Bachaanaa's From EIiZabetht o Baru.YIIt, ,
From Marion, by Oldhast, Pecan Point Mo. Chesnut Blue Lsae&eid Cherryrille cage I and Wilson's Cross Boads, to Amngton. and Caven Robinlon..to Jonesnlle., ,From"Elktonby Trenton 'Boscoe sad
Rural
Ocola and Canadian to llickmiu}'* Bend.Frwm From YeDvflle by T nbaw? Lebanon. TiDe Mason's Grove and Poplar Corner. From Knoxnmeby'bfeckleirbrug"FEat From HnddkStonrs Nashville b Cross Stewsrt'sYorry Road Caias-;; From Taylonville'to Mast's,Tia Taylors- Pea BJdge, Teoa;to ClarksrSle.Fronr .-
Mill Bayou to Chillaeeanz; Missouri and Wiley COTe to Clinton to Jackson Gap, Tuekahoe, Greenvale;Danridge. Oak Hill, ville,N.. CL, Roane'e cretk.TemiDoogl. >erty ddynJe] by BmaicgnamtoBea
,via :": Fleetor's, Big lake hum Yellville to Donr.T Borland. From Dyersbnrg1,.by Miller's Chappet. Grove Newport, ParrottsviUe,and Cedar. I Tille,sad Statesville, to;Liberty. V, Bakers Gag and Shady toolJrom .
And Grand Prairie. From Yelhnlle to Beaaett's. River,Ta Berg's Cotton Gin Qulncy,and Dr. Hick'sto creek, to Limestone Springs. : *> I From Nashville,' by Pleasant: Retreat From- .,by Baker's Gap Cas= Jalmooth to' Jester's.. : ,
From 'Moont Ida, by Cedar creek to Jone's and Gordon's Ferry oa Big North Mason's Grove. From Knowville by Gap creek,Trundle I HeadersonTiUe, .&DDdenrilJe.GaI1atin House ter's Iron Works and Sweet- Water N.C., From'Falmouth, by Grassy'creekv r"uk-,
Waldron. Cross Greenwood Hsaoa's Bock Ky., to Sugar Grore.Frum borg and Pmers cross Roads to cdeII. Crittear
fOlk-or White BiTer. WiEunsriJle to Cross" Boyd's creek.Henry's. ,
From by ,
Dyersbnrg,
Flat I ScottsvUIe Cedar Spring,sad Fagevule; to Jork .
From Mount Olive by Sycamore, TENNESSEE. Trenton: Roads Cannon's Store Sevier Court House TaylorsnHe byLaurel sad .
Woods, and Richwuod'a to KiD. From Alheos to Morgan C.,via kin: From Dyersburg to Booth's Pont in and'Fair Garden, to WUsonvflls.. I Glasgow Tank Sooth Anti Sharp's Cross Roads to Abingdoa, Vs. From Fmbnoaitrbyiiyt'lsndsrilleClar.'
From Morfreesboro' to Adams Waabiiaoocnty. Um. From Knowville to Danvilfc,Ky by the Frum Nashville, by ,> From' Taylorsrdle. Shadv, Holston rule, KeotootoDa.Mount Olivet Satdis,4.
Dyer county.Jrom I peth, Barren Bon Aqua sod.Vernoa, .to Valley sad PaperriBa Sapling Grove, to Washington. '- -
From Athens to Washbgtoa. Ehzabethtown. to ,Morgantown, most direct sad: practicable route. MnrpheysviBe,
From Napoleon by Iskaft N*. 66. La- From AtheM to Hamilton C. H, via N. a. 'Jrom Knoxville by: MarysTiUe. CentreTille _' NoIensviJle- Tri1UM.JonW1' Vs. From Florence,by BorBngJop apd:)I
cun& BarneyV Thouipson'sLandtng, Miss. Cowan's Ferry. From EErahethlown .to AUngdoa, Va, Hue Banco.*nd Madisonville to .70U1'I From Nashville,by Borer -, From TelCco Plains by Coker creek die creek Mills to BuIlitsTiJlc- >
Friars Point, Ilelena Ark, Sterling wayne, Fetus Athens to Mount Vernon via via Stony creek and. From Knowrille by L on's Store, Store, Eagbville McGowansville Versailles to ShelbyviUe. Beaver.Mills, Murphy, N &, Peach:,Tree, From Forest Retreat,by Ca rCslc;*Wei
Walnut Bend Blcdoc's Landing Blue's Hajne'a Store.. From Elizabethtowa b, Longmires*, to way's. and Galahert to' toL.I. I Union Ul and Hiwassee,Shspy Grove Ga,sad Nacooche ,too sad Moorefield,'to Carter's fitorswFrum t
Point Grarson Ceralra Miss and Km. From Athens brtTaatrelTs s Cross Roads From Knoxnlle. by.Low's 7cnyUllitia; 1 to Cu a-kinD.. ,
Stocknlle i N. C. From Nashville by Springfield, .andAdair'aville Port; Jraakfort, by- Forks'-of Bkton,
From Tobacco by Hope sndSpottswood -
Grove,to Memphis Tens to Coinmbaa. by Greenfield, C10jd1s seek and Morgantown Madi-I 'Great '
andCoghill, From Ehzabethtown ; K to to Pine White Sulphur Crossings 'George.
Wlltinlm'a BId
From Napoleon by White .Biver, St. From Bagdal to Carthage._ Blountsville, and Arcadia to Kingsport. sonvillc' i From New Canton to "Jamas' Cross Three Ky. Clinton town, Newton,'sad CeatreviHe, to Paris.
Charles Cass-Cove and Crockett's Bluff; From Baker's Gap, by Butler, to Dagger's From: Ehzabethtown. by PeopIesriUe, From Eioo 'd1e. fcy' Church :GroTe.1 Roads. From College,sad Forks GordonsriB by Commerce to Carthace- From Fraak&rt- by, DorseyV. VerJrom .
and Head ;
to Aberdeen. Ferry. to Longraire. Woodboome Ball Bun; "*pea: i ,From Newport to Bean's Station Tia aailea.
From Napoleon by John H. FreemanX From Ball Flay to Glenn's, oa Cane Flomzabttbtown to Shady.. of Barren to Tazewell. '* ::. j "MouthCIi$lachncky, McFadaod's. sad From HaH Trenton and byYoekilieCbestseMsson Fremont to Hkkrnsti Frankfort,by Elk Jork,Man;'
Troy
David Weirs and Gary Williams,on Bayou creek. From Fayetteville to Harpeth TI* New Yroai.bl :Msrysnne ahdl Horestownpv : ", ,, Oweatoo,New Ltbertyt Poplar Grove sat}:

Bartholomew to Wileyville From Baiti aBet to Lebanon( Ala, 1i Hope., Farmingtoa JiahingCord,Civil Order Montrale, Spring to ,Aodcrsoa_ 'CourtHouse I Jromlievport RaUedfiS. ria mouth Ky.From Trenton, ,by Eaton, Friendship, Glencoe,'to,Warsaw, ,_
From Sor1h Fork, by Ea pP's Banes, to Bin Ferry. and GideonsvUle,' ,Fie C. : I aDd Austin's.Fen. -
LeuviUe
of Chocky Mossy creek, Cbemnt BId; Wooville Bipley Montspy
Bockbndge. From Bean Station to Mouth of Cheeky Jrom Fayetteville to Upper Elkton,, via Frum Knoxville,by .CsmpbelTs ,Sisiion i and Canr Bottom to..Fulton. ,
Coort-Hoase
From horth Fork, by BcSalo City,teUTQle via.M. Dyer's siorV,Cold Water load Highiower's sad Leaoira.to London. i l'1 Jrom' Newport-to Greenville, via Par- From Trenton by Autkch Locust Grove, Loa court house :"V .
Bulling Prairie, Mount Pleasant and From Bean's Static by. Noe' Ferry,to Store From Knatn. by WiWs. CRatoo. roUvUle sad,Wood's Jerry. and \Winston to Dresden Yam ,Graysoa court bouse,by BaSalo;
Crooked creek to CarroJJtoo. Morristown. From Jayetterifle tuRicdiester.: Rasa Jscksboro1. Sptedwefl, Pleaunt sad i From;Newport, to SevierriDe eta Mc- From Trenton, ria Bluff:Springs, Hope Furnace, Laofel' Jornace,sad Raccoon Jor-
Frum Nomstown,by; Pardaneflft, and From Bentom, by Ocoa, Ccoassaagn.Cohotu .' .From Fayetteville. by ,Viney" Grove Old Town Cumberland Gap,,Ky. i.' .Nabb'1a Coney's creek Saoolt's,sad Jones' Hill Lavinia. South Car oH, 9&'!, and nice, to Greenup'court.House."Irom ", >;
'
Danville Ga Bural and FtU- Hill Bradshsv Erom From Kaownfle, br Academia .
Chicblah. to Springs, Tale Cyroston MOlrille Banker Covet : Lesseaberry's.toFrosTreetooby ,Grsyson court HoasebyOldtown; ,
From Oakland Grove' by Brownsville more to Dal ton. and Lamartine to Pnlasld.), .v Blains cross BoW Spring House, BoUedge'i FrOlu: \rnmv'.Store to Washington Sbiloh sad' Sooth Gibson.4o sad Greenop court bogie, to HaverhCLOhio. '. {
10 Dea From BlounUviH by Golt's CrossRoads From JsyetteTiIlebyCsmargo, Molmo Bean' Station Rocky Swing,Bed Bridge 'From paN to 1,Mills Puint.Jtr.Frvm"l'J.ria.&o Jackson elJrom
From Ooakland Grove to Brownsrilla.. Campbell's' BelJamd CrossRoads and Bobertson's Store,to Pleasant Plains. Marble, HalL Rogr TUlr -.eI1o. .Store. B1U1lphrer C..Bvia :From Troy by Bed root sad Silver Top Grayson court boose, bo Brdn.Uttlp '{

.from Oakland Grove hickory PlaiD saint Clear creek end Laurel Gap.to Bay From FajeUeTille!by Boon's H3I,' tad Ly OD'. .store Few Blooatsrine.From Canton, Kingiport.. aadJden's : Point. Mason to Compromise, Ky. Sandy,sad. West Libejtp to Es 4 a' l t
From Ozark by OuDWwtiaGCua. AtooaC to,CorD Bidge,to Paris to Perryvine,Tia'Benton 0.Hsad From TroadVs Cross Boads.by EHrJay Green.
Gas Fad. From ,
War Fmgle Huntsville, and ,&. From Bolivar V WtUevill Fsyette KaO by'Strawberry Plains,! *,
hut
; FlUID JayetterilU, by .ok Morean's creek. &o From Garnettiville to l Big Spring: ifcr
.' Crust'Boada, to.JJctaJo. Corner aad DaneeyriT .to Wesley, G.04e'store,sad Oregon;to Salem. MarketMossy; creek' Psather.Sprmcs,! 'Jrom'Pans, to Sooth Gibson, tic .Caledonia Jrom Wsahbgton, by. 'Sputa's. CrossRoads ,Frame Gbea tnYevayneG.aa'r"

From Ozark by Mount Q Jead'aad;BraweysCbarlestorai BotertMaffit's Jrom Bolivar by MidHeljarg,.New. Cu-- Jrom Jayetterffle Cordova,to braachriHe. .Morristown RosseHnne Bsy Mount.Mills .BJMSV Oas--: FltmiagX;Christmasville, sad. Shady ,and Sail creek, to Soddy. rromG1 Three "Jcirks, Kaawson's i
Hendersoa's
BrrnrnsviUe UoSoaerrilk lloseov. Oakland Hickory Uvas. Greenville
Grove' .0 Froth Wsjshjngtoo to OroMs Store. moth CslvgRrowAsyrRiRetaairule. S lea.'
to,Cross Boada. Wbithe Sandy Springs;Ammunia Colfiers- From. FayeUevSIld to TnlUhama. town'LessbuTf,'Jonesboro.J." Boots creek From Paris to Charlotte Tia- Point, Ma- From WsyssesU o'T by Houston,.'Pleas- t.'.. 1 sa4 -to, 1I;
Iron Panther.to.Caddo'Ccwe. Tins, Muraits;Sun, Greenbottom,,German- and Hilton to BtooatsviBe.JromLa sat VaDeyi sad Jxiwrrrwe, to Eagb Mill -
Cross
Roads son. '
Hwt's
.. From Panlher, b/Cove and Mlnml BiD towa,and Bakigh,to Memphis. 'From Franklin by Jayette by Bed Baling Springs 'Trom Paris by Sherwood, Bsrreo Hul, Jrom wsyaeshcfo1. hr Jjicfoi's Fork 'G i bJ Dterly Oak, Fade:

to Ultima Thole.' From Bolivar._ by Aodaboo," sad Kabhio to Bali)JnakTm JR by vest Esrpeth'H3Ts Ckmeotsvnie,and Lodi,to Ce1inLl'rvaa to UoYC. D,Felicia**,.Ky"We West Point Wsylaod bpriacx Jloreace alas,SD1th'l Gro foBowhrg Gree.r'
From
From PerryriD to Park's,ru Daaton's, Rye,to ..' Lemper's Fork,Boston Lick seek, I*, ,Jsyette, by. JiBsdorrffle, ky,sa4 C J tan,,to.Cole bra ., AJa Westmoreland, Cypress. Ian and Vietonr From Grow bj ae,,fiticb'{.
Smith' Br ;.t w. So Parks; ',From BrowBsnlto to JolUm.Jrom Valley, Ceatreville; -Beaver Dam BrooVs iJromU Tan Yard Jrom Petersburg,_by Catalpa Grove to &''. v sad Eoon to Las yettq Tenn.,. .., ,...
From Par*hx by Lion's Beird, >tJUi BrororfOe to Corfaftco Tb Totty's Bend PVausfltrffle,Lindes'Beardstown Jsyetts,by sad North Spriuj Place New ;,;BeJ&s J.' LewisJ'aimingtOli JromWayoesboro; by'.Sorby;Smith's! T From GLugowo, by'"PGndyrUIe y-
9.' Thai Kagktows. 1At1f,'C&4 Wesley, SpriafS, WitArs Cross Beads Spring. Jsrk. Engleside -&. tAdamsrUle, East Fprk PAt bugar tla.t''-
dW odto'PerryrttTe. -.. & burg, Caney' Spring chapel ,
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CsroFna Whh1
DoaksrtU Prom 'by awl *
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; WUelock to -BrowasriBej to. 3 Bolivar :CohrnjbJa. *
Betaesda to and Boida .
Finkaey aD4JUIPO -
rromTpilot BiD by Bes wti's' Birrr.Benoett's w oocmDe to Dry B IL. Tram Franklin by Boads- JromLarayetUif br'.c>ooa..creek andAlton < Van Bowa,,WflJisjaVStoKa to.I* Frump $ i fl 'Petts
,oil 8t.J.ereri- Mot to Pros CalhooB ty Pearce asd"-Good- to Hort'a en.J'rom"G lflto ,- Store. ,creeks rkSC Lick ,.. t
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a7oa Taw P aD Grange, ;and Torah ,
jEockbridge.'FromPia. field, to Decstor. by Butler's Colirmbns ,From La by MoscowCollars : hi tom Ixai. Jrom Way esboro* CEfW1, HermitSCA : Dl1'I
PoUtMeitTae ,by
*:;by Mahowy's From Camden,by Bfeaairffle,'EtnaEaglX Back Cellar Lttdtags. TCetmantorsr sad. BI2h.tb. Kempha. Oat's-Lawimr- via 'Decatarrille,. Lexfflgtpa.-Joao,. and Ftug'G ;by".'tr. u1'to43carrow
Laadiag"to '
rrom'1i
sad HaaHlou's by-Woif Blur tad' HLo1d'
Wdaoa .creak 'Cobb creek+ 'Jrom IA )Orange,' i.
James BodsooX ,WmH Jons en.k, and ; 0.Bodt Huaon'aBiIIiI Cotton Grove,to Jackson.toLiaden. -. i los and Barksi tot da '-'
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jI ;< .L ., c _v The Very Rev.P.L'n4D.Dlathe i The estimates for the English arrty and ,:Jaobovn3zla tb-k3.lL f A telegraphic dispatch from Washington? the- ,Central Road of, Florida.- privifcarewi .ora

for the. 1855-6 hare J f. The.undcrsijaedj'having'heen. 'appointed received yesterday, announces the painful )iq.ilp&' fa
administrator of the diocese., navy year j ( the government ich' reeelTtI :

:1. Kda NVILLE: : : ..(car Courier 10 twHTtSkriBB lbrllhect. The total amount I'eq Committe to'. iro.':A XVeamble.and Major intelligence JOHIT.of 0':the CAMP deaths, 'of Sau in that UlkT.city'in the of 4 Veto or.tbe Cellini teaimi4er' Bur.o cient,peeuJ'.iatr, .oc'eltefTeturn: O for tha

r .":': : ; the Army;uSpwafd .of$58)000OOU. rions, expressive' of the sense,of"tils sixty-seventh, year of bis age. The. 14 [> aiardayt 34jnst, the ,liden' re- 'immense ottthty Involved f which $ obtain

tJiu lt :ir *m increase-on .tbeiyear_1854 is"about! upon recefpt,.pt ,the ]intelligence-'of event terminating v. aoant attack ofTyphwid turned td .tho Haase-or'Rc. tat'Tt.' the porn*:"nice:;W'.otber-snlaw it

t ; 1J .1853. On Tuesday morning last about 4 o'clock 000,000.. The total:l Increase':piV, .., .decease of BrotBet .Oliver 'vTood ,res- fever occurred about thrve o'clockon )freta1-: the Oceait MaiStauv lets cot; and which If.lh.hill become* a
will
Uw. .
: A
pajrthem large
; ; our citizen* were"at14'b'te neU i&I9thnand2G1O. ses.J The. ni I beg leave:to make the following. the 'ahetnoon. of )Wednesday 21st erbillwnthsbrhstatsmentOftbC.mOiednich moot/, ,without 'adequate amount-"considerationihatlMwaiin pabBe

L '.A1 i't ful alarm o"fire : estimates lor' 'the :*ame:period, : ultimo.The deceased.was:born Culpeppe Co. prevented receiving his approvaL .effect ,confer. |ratnhy,

t>rr3,*ttt plantation rfCel'JOT citizens,and firtHengine companies 'ik. The fen destroyer:of 'hath once more the bill whilst nominally making for'
*. *S-SAjnm, e transport*, anxmnt toiomething man ? tbe 10th:day of Augustus. At It will be remembered appropriated provision :the
Lion
>.,*WOOD1itk.1zU.taui.111.>tki.wurtT. MtfellttlMt, Major OLIVER' soon on:the ground,and oy their exertion ttty-nbiemilKoTu of dollar*. Otth1 ret;within our borders and wlth ruth- i.nerlyagihe2e tercd the United-.'State* $68.oo to be paid to E. K. Collins for tn lpo bUm- of. the:mail* of:.the. : United- .

saved froaSc&troction the hand borne his victim.. OLIVER as.a. midshipman, .In'which capacity New York'to Statet.-- ,
Th u tot isaoUc.M4. fbr at sawmillof e.trcr-.rAl81,4G.is required! a.way Navy. [Jraufportlng 'the mail from L
_Marly tUrtr : Jo provide,making a donation of
:1. 1Ie..naid-hIJ 1, I. 4uiDI1fW P, Moody/* aq.: .TL* 'originated im> transporteervice, And prisoner*of' D is.jQ more!tJ One of the fathers 1'W he served In.1812: two to years accepted before at joining Washington the ar LfrCpOIand back,: oidltlonofsonj ,magnitude,and to jive lo the arrangement*och

HIM M eud.au7 jMsftlooi rf Dor..4 and was confined to. the Ice:hooo'pf Mr; These:Wtimate* are,based oJi"emplo 1 Lodge has gone to' that,.bourne ,from' commission my. as Lieutenant in the army and structlng another,mail:.ti amship>and having I the character of permanence which this bill

tmt H.--vat Mf<.tta Delegates to iksCoovsatiw Moody, which* 'was in 'close p itytoTfl the service 3 ,810 eeAtnen,:10,000 ndinvcller! return*j1/ one whose immediatelv joined the.central Division it ready, for aervtoe."In two jean from \proposes; would' bft,to!'deprive commercial

I ,wUehfruMd' tt>.CouUrtto,of the SUU t The 'wind At the. was 16,000 marinei; whJch\ with their' m 'was *ttrrof reflecting all the' cbarac' the Ullitetf States Force on the. Northern and after the .of the,act The his j enterprise of the benefit of free competi-,
passage
4 .f Flori4>| aii.ca, ral u. ,1i' : Frontiers. In the Fall Ion, and establish a'monopoly.ia viola
t blowing strongly from the_ \ and w4U make ineffective naril force 0 risticfs roeOddr1lwandatiehoee toryufthevrioU5eOttfaet5s a* detailed In tion of the 'soundest .

tin.sf of Us IntmJMt death,'or CM Jacksonville eflhs Vagbtrstos.all.fbrtUdijWct'lo at the* I,but 'for the,exertion 'made' the,:JuD of all.ranks.. ,-noVonly' ;'.hi*bretliren,., but :all of that.year,His his prompt regiment and energetic was itatlonedatBuitlclo. charae* ihenesugerflfle! fom*!.nnusnally inter- policy and of doubtful principt wmpatlbilit, tat T public.with

: hi; .oWhtfrcoutjIiM lost one 6t iloeuwell&tho. mi mt | Thus we :find that,,the English ,G ht was i in any'wjse.known, will ter soon gained him an enatablo prominence esting. The:'whole transaction is a striking the constitution. *

.ftiiDOSt. consumed. ment ancTsheii 'tiyrnpatbiuig. tear.- 'hi fellow-officers,and he was made of I 'am, of course not unmindful of the
highly aUme4 Md popular citirens,- ,contemplate,having engaged 1 among instance of the steady advance a powerfurmonopbiy tacuhat.the bill

"W Maaonfe MdJlJ-F.D..,'. a tales- ,The. ladies. during.the opening yearr no lea*, mayvwe exclaim, "A-1 c ,and good QtWtet1Jasuf'oC"w.\ regiment an office, ,'when n established,step : which pNa..Tariou..tJMrapprupria.tona

**. Church, in this place, their annual less condition of the country, were exceedingly by step public .tcre:8tl} for Jrbich
large OMof*,ths A.'taobleat: works ofGocl"-on 10nul sale articles for the benefit of the Church vices, land ,ancf/ea, and that the D ,""Olife Wood waS horn, in,Orange arduous and responsible. So well I arc no longer endurable. We reason my objections toil are communicated

mw.'l in Mr. llusey's budding cessaryto support and render,efficient ntj, in the State.cf NewYork..pn the did he acquit himself that post, that he ,Sefieve objections otthe.Preident.1fil1 at the first meeting of the House (oh.EowlngitIprea.entltron
TbItMrs
cf the daeewtd commencing .
wui&tndedfrotn day of-Jane A.D.-1805 of: was a aln promoted to"the office of Assistant to me,in the tope
: respecta mind. .
.
conviction.iO .
'thiOi-7.1lowi Han la Thursday next. Refreshment tables body of rOm andthe ships tot* ann Carry every reasonable
tbbplac* on TnosdayBoraiac evening ,Quarter-Master General of the Central that by amendment to billsnow, pending,
h !* *, la wblcb Uta rnernbm of th Muonia rill be provided for those i0 attendance them lora'single year', will.be more' parentage and chose for his business in Division of the Frontiers. 'After stating the provisions of the bill,the of otherwise; suitable provision for all the

Lodgt maiUd IIir.ap.lnsweiseou.yedizbe upon the occasion. one. hundred< and thirty-eight mUU the calling of a. Tr c1esmlD.- The 'city lie took an active part in the battles of message proceeds: objects in question may be made before the

Uamr Afojrra to hit form r mU t.en.lh*St.' Much credit U:due to the fair portion Of dollars 1, 'Such Is'the cost of war'in Auburn, N.Yn:then) hefts. infancy, ,was Chippewa' and Lundy's Lane, and for his i The.original contract was predicated upon adjournment of Congress, "\

r John"nwtr."1I'a 4um.where; they wer intsrred tlus- congregation fur their efforts and' cents for a single Or theatre obis operations.ass merchant, gallant conduct on those occasions be. received the proposition of E,K.Collins,March
Star
untiring year. The:Ballinacloe! .
with the w&al religions ceremonies oth.Pzssbyt.rien the pathway speedy affluence'teem the rank of Captain,and at the close 6 1846, made with abundant*means of (tnllDd1. says;
Church,jud the solema and impwdr several years in duration to aid in build such is the estimated cost for the before him.- While in the midst of the war was mado a Mayor-by brevet. knowledge, as to the advantage* and disadvantages ,"Dtfring the list week numerous' 'ttenhate

'* rites of sepulture of the Huonte.fnUr&ito4 / ing a Church, and it is hoped that. in bepre'Se cost will in the aggregate, doubtless open In crossing the:Niagara:at Chippewa, he of the;terms."Which he"then sub been received in'this neighborhood
; instance exceed these hi* most brilliant anticipations' of success, in the boat with (then) Lt..Col.Winfield : from New York and other American cities
the la Jepeadeat Order Gt'01d.}.1o ,. there will be no falling off ly estimates. was same mitted for the acceptance of the govern ,
from the cheerful co-operation of our .jr. health, _became impaired, and he aban Scott 'who, in landing under a ment. The proposition was in the. following bringing intelligence which will undoubt-
*** people THE '1EW COLLINS STEAMSHIP.; all his 'hopes for' the future and I heavy fire from tbe enemy's guns, fell into terms: edly tend.to check the tide emigration

DEATH. OF BISHOP'. REYNOLDS.. .. In their laudable enterprise. Let.all' model of Mr. Collins's new vessel, relief.in the more genial climate of the river i in the act springing front the "E. K. Collins and his associates propose to that quarter. Destitution prevails to an
those who can attend.Oar boat to the shore being heavily armed and alarming extent. There U no employment
,We arc pained to announce the death of to replace the Arctic and to"meet the Land of Flowers. Not were his expec unable him- to carry the United States mail between '
accoutered.Scott was to help in New York, ,and thousands of the poor
I the EtRev.. laXATIVe Aiotsrcs RxvKOtcs Prices Current position of the Persia, has been id t oa pf'relief entirely futile. That life self, and :the rapid current would, have New York and Liverpool twice each month Irish are undergoing an ordeal worse than

: 'Bishop of Charleston. lie expired on We call the attention of our readers to Her lines are said to be beautiful, at the,time he left. his native'land borne him dqwn but for the prompt aid of dunn; eight months the other of the four year months, and oncea for that occasioned in their own country by

Tuesday morning, 6th inst at a quarter-. our report of the prices Current. Charleston an unprofessional ee., She will be rnd hovering r vast eternity, was Lieutenant Camp' who seized him and the month sum of during$385,000 per annum payable, the famine and pestilence 1846., We have

past six, in the 57 year of his age. corrected and furnished us weekly ,by feet long,, which. 'is about 37,feet ,and for twenty-five years was he drew timely him exercise.into of the coolness boat and But presence for this of quarterly. For this purpose they will been received permitted in this to town inspect and some its vicinity of the within letter

r ,.Bishop Reynolds was born near Bards- Messrs W n. S. Lawton &'Co.. Factors and ,than the present ships, and the to share it* pleasures and endure mind, the career of the greatest living General agree to build thousand five ,steamships tons meaannnent, 'of not less and the last few day,and really the detail they

;; town, Ky. August 22.1708. He came of Commission Merchants of that City. This her-cylinders and the power other trials in this the State of his adoption. would have been cut short, almost before than two thousand- horsepower each, which, give are of a most fearful description. The

1; an old Maryland family who were among arrangement is a permanent one and the cry will bo 60 per cent. greater than ,ngtbia period be filled with credit it had begun. of vessels one shall bo built for great speed, and soup,kitchens have been established, and a

the,early settlers of the then wild countryof planters Florida now have the opportunity of any American steamship afloat. integrity many office of honor, profit At the close of the War of 1812, Major sufficiently; strong for war purposes. largeproportion'of' redundant popula
his commission in the Ar- tion alive at the
resigned
Camp are kept public
Kentucky. The good example of his of learning every: wctk,.the state of expected that she will cross' the diftiDct oft. In 1838, be was sent a my, and settled in Buffalo, where he was Four of said vesselatobe months from ready the for service of- The advice in every letter is, 'Do( expense.not, by

parents, and their expressed wishes, led the Charleston market, by reference to our from dock to dock in.nine day*. from the Eastern portion of 'the for,wanyyears a prominent and active citizen. the contract.in eighteen The fifth vessel to signing be'built any means,come out here, if even a miserable

T the young Ignatius to look to the Church columns without having to keep up a constant of Florida, to the Convention, as possibly practicable; and when subsistence can be got at home.' We

*:! A*,the true sphere of his early bora. liecompleted correspondence with their Factors. JESC" George Law, of New York, is to frame the present Constitution of In 1834 he removed to this city, having as not early employed in the mail service, to' be have been in expectation' of such a result
ken of of the become largely interested in real estate in for some time. The enormous'flejr of
I his education at St. Mary's Colj' We take pleasure in acknowledging our in some quarters State. In all his walk and conversa- and in the country. The subject to the orders of the government for emigrants
adjacent into the
town cities and towns the
j' 1ge Baltimore, where he excelled in most indebtedness to the House of La'tun& Co. I a probable Candidate ,for the next he ever,exhibited an integrity of pur 'old steam mill," since converted into a carrying despatches, for be which service a Atlantic for tho last few years could along not

branches of for this and would also call } I dency. He has recently written a with and Machine Shop for the Sandusky, Mansfield fair compensation is to paid.. Contractfor but have disastrous effect
study,-especially Natural History report, the attention ,coupled ,manly dignity sua- the term of ten years. It is as o'proposed a upon local cir
., and Mathematics. After his ordina- of the people of our State to their the "American" party of Pennsj of manner, seldom, if ever, met with & Newark Railroad,still stands as a monument '. to secure the United,States the privilege cumstances. At all events, we need not

1 tion, be returned to his native State, where card in our paper r, and recommend that which be goes the whole figure fur the our community.In He has of since his enterprise made this at city that his early residence day-, of purchasing said steamships whenever drain anticipate from during-the our shores coming as has season depopulated such a

hi* merit raised ,him to many offices of house to their patronage. party. serious contemplation of our loss as except for a few years, while holding the they may valuation be required to for be ascertained public purposes in a great measure, many of the best districts ,
at fair ,
l honor and trust in the ecclesiastical government THJC DEMOCRATIC TRIUMPH AT .'Fellows and of the loss of the com office of United States Marshal of the a appointed" by the United of the west of Ireland. The fact ia,
by appraisers
of that Diocese. He was for along Appointment of which he was so highly an or- Northern District of Florida. that many individuals who fortunately,
-The Detroit Free Press thus notices ), States and by the owners.
We learn from a friend that GOT. Broome The above is but a hasty and imperfect were enabled to do so, have returned.and
t time Vicar-Genera! to Bishop Flauget; has appointed John T Shcckcll of Middle- result of the election recently.held in sketch of our departed friend and fellowcitizen *-EDWARD K. "KOLLI S. i we understand: that many others will follow

Rector of St. Joseph's College, near Bards- city: : Pi it retohed, That in the decease of ; and though now unable to gh'e "Washington, March 6, 1846. their example.

town, and President of the Nazareth Female burg, Inspector and Furmegator of vessels "We have the satisfaction of 'OLIVER WOOD, the members of more, we could not even refrain from even The act of March 3d. 1847, provides- --
under the act passed at the. last session proud Lodge No. 1 grieve over the de- That from andJinmedialely after the RECOVERY GOLD. The N.
Institute of Kentuck). Of these well- nouncing that the true democracy of the foregoing meagre particulars concerning passage Y. Journal -
known educational establishments of the Legislature. troit achieved a most splendid and of worthy Brother} the commu- the life of one whom we have so long of this act, it shall be the duty of tho of Commerce says:
1. he
may Among the ntments made by the over the loss of a citizen whore every known honored and loved. The announcement Secretary of the Navy to accept on the
appo cent victory over the ; We learn that both
yesterday of the boxes
one or
be considered almost the founder and was characterised by integrity the of his sudden death is sad of the Government of the United
a duty part
President to the of Con forces of
prior adjournment know-nothings fusioniste of Messrs.
gold shipped by Bacon k
'
Page
father. He exalted and whose dis of E. K. Collins ,
was consecrated Bishop of manners and and we have discharged it with heartfelt States the proposals and
of
bolters. Every inch
ground was Co. from San Francisco
notice the and for which
Charleston at Cincinnati, in March 1814, gresa we following: tested by these factions- were dignified, gentlemanly and sorrow-a sorrow in which thousands in his associates, of the city'of New York, two boxes of iron ,
A. V. Colvin, of Jacksonville, Florida, every this and other communities will sincerely : submitted to the Postmaster General, and Crape1rere substituted
and entered upon his episcopal duties in ble artifice was resorted to by them as noticed in a few week since
to be Conseel of the United States at tho their city and ward ticketa. Resolved, That we most cheerfully com participate.. And yet that sorrow is not dated Washington March Cth. 1846 for have been discovered our paper in
the carry the coal hole! of
Apr following with the dying request of our Brother all bitterness for while society has lostan the transportation of the United States
'
port of Demerrara, South America. nothmgism had entered the field-the ; the steamer where the robbers had doubt-
We need not speak in many words of inations made the order tho disposition of his remaibs and honorable and beloved member, it has Mail between New York and Liverpool,and
were by aqd
less
Jesse Carter be them for safe
to of
Public deposited keeping.
his life in this the latest scene of his labors. Register the aid of the remnant fusionism, and we will deposite them in their final gained the completed record of a noble example to contract with the said E. K. Collins and

The beautiful Cathedral, which was commenced Lands at Tampa, Florida. a small squad of bolters from the place with all the ceremonies of the r and has added another jewel to its his associate for the faithful fulfillment of The Indiana legislature has adjourned

t and finished undet his direction Madison Post to be Receiver of Public cratic party, was confident of wealth patriotic remembrances. Death the stipulations therein contained. And in without choosing a United States senator.

moneys at Tampa, Florida. Counterfeit democratic ballots well Relolred,1 deeply sympathise with chose. prominent victim, but cannot rob accordance with the provisions of this act:" The governor will therefore, fill the vacancy.
will be an enduring monument to his memory. lated to deceive! and by which family of our deceased Brother, and us of his memory. That will long remain and under this proposition and enactmentthe .-.AT. Y.Mirror.

F But there are.many who will remember t:3 'e call the attention of our ble numbers of voters were deceived, we sincerely regret that they were with us. The brave soldier, though his original contract was made. Again we state the governor of a State

him by associations more near and af readers to the card of David M. Gazley, stealthily circulated at all the wards, present, to speak the word of con ula- youthful breast proudly met the shock of According the terms of that contractthe has no power"to fill a vacancy in the United -
and hope in Lila dying hour, we assure battle nearly half century ago,has at last parties were.to receive (rom tho United Senate
election boards States occasioned the
fecting. lie was a roan fai thful to his office Commission Merchant, Charleston S.CM in know-nothing were by expiration -
tent The that the hands of brethren and surrendered to a more than.earthly. con- States; for twenty round trip each' year, of a term. Washington Union.
in rejecting legal voles. -
t humane, warm-hearted, full of labor, and our to-day's issue. We have no doubt the extended and t.. tbe of the
agents of the order were where were ever ready queror; a citizen, worthy, reliable and enterprising sum $19.250 trip .or 83&,000
V anxious above all things, that no part of proposition of Mr. Gazley to save them cut and everywhere active.every But all to his dying hour and render his last rests from Ins long labors,-a per annum; and they were to construct and ROBBERY.-Our reporter learns that the

',. his duties should remain unpc unned- lime, money and trouble, will be very advantageous purpose. The united and indomitable peaceful and..happy. friend, true as steel, with warm heart and provide five sbips,of a stipulated size and jewelry store of Mr. Stine, on Broughton

. Laboring for years under the approaches of to our merchants and planters, ocracy met the common enemy and Resohedf That our Lodged Room be capacious, soul,-a man, scorning subterfuge quality for the performance of this or street, was broken open Tuesday evening,
him. The victory is complete. fa'g in mourning, and that the officers and deceit abhorring wrong, of generous other servIce for the government. and twelve watches taken from the cases
the malady which finally triumphed over particularly those residing in the interior, ingism is buried in Detroit; fusionism membert do wear the usual badge of and exalted character!has departed: or the ships contracted for, only four in the windows. No traces of the thief

"i f him be never 3'ielded even for a moment to where the facilities for travelling are not breathed its last gasp; the bolters 'are : for the space of Thil ay.da"l. but not until time had filled the measure of have been furnished, the Atlanta,.Pacific, have yet been discovered._Sat. N &..

f, the dread of death,but only to the extreme where." Relolred..Thatthe, Secretary furnish a his existence with honors as with year Arctic and Baltic and the present bill proposes
"necessities of physical prostration. Life greaLFlorida of the proceedings to the family of which together had ripened for the sickle i to dispense entirely with the original I"i3 The Hanover. Pa, Spectator has
5 Central Railroad. Tremendous Fires deceased,-and to the city papers for condition of a fifth ship, by only'requiring run up the Sag of Millard Fillmore. of New

was no longer life to him, if it had not its We publish to-day sajs the Charleston Vast amount of property destroyed- n.U [FROM Tan SCA DUD.] tbe const ruction of one, which would, but York, for President and John P. Kennedy,

r duties And its labors. The sufferings the Standard of the 7th inst. a communication town Lexington threatened with \ of which is respectfully submitted. FLoiIDAFch. 2G. supply the: pJcc.or the Arctic, recently of Maryland for Vice President and will

cares, the toil and the duties, are at hut from tructwn Telegraphic FRANCIS I. WHEATO.N, } Messrs. Editors: The trade of Charleston lost by peril of the sea. Certain minor support them, "Convention or no Conven

t gathered with him into the treasury of an intelligent gentleman of Florida in interrupted. Gco. R FOSTER, > Committee.S. with Florida has pprung up within a considerations, involving expense to the tion." _

Death. Peace and relation to the feasibility and advantage of COLCMBCS, S. C.. March WILLIAMS. ) few years pasts and has already become an contractors. among which was one 'for the JC3T The winter in Palestine is said to
reverence rest his
upon the Florida Central Railroad, which} now : T. R. Wt s, Sec'y. item of considerable importance, and with accommodation and subsistence of a certain -
$ duet!-.Mercury. attracts considerable attention in this State. Tremendous fires are burning all a sure prospect of future increase if it is number of passed midshipmen on each be unusual severity.For .
us. In Lexington houses mills
fostered and But
At the terrible massacre by Indiana at the properly encouraged. vessel had previously been dispensed with [ the Baltimore Soft
last sessional the Florida Legislature and a vast amonet of other Weekly ]
> property the attention of and
; cap.tal.sts merchants -
BISHOP REYNOLDS.- The solemn and imposing your on the part of,the United States. .
bUll destroyed.The orthe Arkansas in New Mexico. Remedy for the Colic In Hones.
an internal improvement bill of late .been much
has enroIscdiii
was so By act Congress of July 211852. the
obsequies in honor of the late
'I Bishop passed, which granted to certain roads in luc ounts from the town of already been briefly mentioned. It oc improvements within your own State amount of compensation to the contractors A few days since a friend of mine had a
Reynolds which began on Tuesday evening ington state that it is threatened with Christmas with the laudable intention of diverting the. horse taken suddenly with a severe attackof
contemplation a large portion of the lands on last day, and tho mar was iiceased: ,from, $19,250 $33000a
were consummated yesterday in the inter truction. Utah valuable trade of the \Yesl to your city, trip and the number trips from the cholic and cramps, coming on at
ment of the body in the vault prepared for of the State contiguous thereto and the On the Charlotte road the woods for .. were and Apache Indians, that you may have overlooked the amount to twenty-six, each rear. making the twenty whole times in spasms. The first thing of cOurse

it which is tho rredit of the State upon the internal improvement ny miles are on fire. Many saw mills 100 in:number. The Sante Fe Gaz- of trae which the South at'no' d,slant day,, compensation $858,000"' .annum. During was a drench of aomethi -bicko" ashes
adjoining enclosure per -
containing -
fund to the extent often thousand dwellings have been bumLThe says: destined,to contribute to you if timely the period of time from the commence and vinegar, mustard fish pickle :or some

the remains of Bishop England, the dollars per mile,when ready for the track of the Railroad is on fire went up to the Pueblo and,profes measures are taken to'secure it, but which. ment of th j service of these contractors, on other nostrum; but 6n this occasion a pint

, first Bishop the diocese. We have already terrupting travel.., much friendship for the'inhabitants, may go elsewhere you do not Hitherto. tbe 27th of ApriL 1850,io the end of the of castor oil and other things were given*
iron. Among,these,'the 'most prominent! On the Camden Road a number of all to effect for die it seemed the bone
no ,
alluded to the publication Bishop asked them to make atole fur them your trade has chiefly been with, the St.- last fi&caIear, June 30, 1854, the sum
are the Florida Railroad proposed, to be sea,. t together with the telegraphic l poI moat when at that moment tbe,.family
did. The Johns'while! much larger one has been
England's works, as a labor of love and duty '; they people,suspecting no paid to them by the United States mounted
. constructed from Fernandina to Cedar have been consumed, preventing received the. Iml.ans kindly and carried on between the Gulf'ports and. $2,620,906,'Without reckoning physician came to attend a patient and asked -
public
rendered' by his successor, Bishop.neY-1 Key. upon the Gulf and the Florida Central cationwith. the North. ct freely With.them'whlin the latter Northern market t allot wh whkhwith! proper,. money Advanced on loan to aid them.in,the the liberty of giving a prescription in
nolds as tribute of and On the South Carolina Road the that'case'wbicb he neTe'r knew. to fail
respect the least warn Jig. surrounded and facilities for bringing it out upon the St. construction ortbe.ahipaj while the whole as
Railroad, commencing at Jacksonville, on both sides of the railroad i! are)burning.A ; ; follows r I table spoonful of 1
4 to the memory of a great and distinguished them. Fourteen men were kil Johns, would be' made accessibio to' rsteamers. amount of postage, derived to the department turpentine
near the mouth lethe St. John's. extend ear load of cotton :burnt table-spoonful tincture ax&a&etida
was and who 1 tablespoonful -
prelate and as a duty to the diocese and the two'YUDded, wereJeft for has been.only $734,056 ; showing an
4 Church. the ing through the counties of Madison, and Gadsden yesterday, and .it 1s feared and three women and .two "children Such a facility i i..urgently'.demanded by excess expenditure above receipts ofl,8S6,446to : laudanum mixed together.
Bishop Reynolds'.regard for the track of the road will take fire. To the surprise of all in1esa than
Jeft"erson'and; through Tallahasssee, Quincy made captive*. One man fortunately! tho. want of the community along .the, $ .the. ,charge of the Govern' ten munutes
character and services of his predecessor The woods are t.niIDg'on both sides d the bushes line the natural features of the from the time the mixture was given
on to Pensacola. These roads will concentrate by hiding in 'near" the ;and country ment. In theme time, in addition to
: .tonchiagly displaced in another the Oreenailleroad. .. The.Indian* thenodeaway- present'no formidable obstacle to.the tile payments f'the treasury the the horse was up and eating. .The above

One of his settled purposes and raY:rite object at or near the mouth. of'the St. A tremendous gale swept ve'r the all the stuck, some two::hundred .head. construction ;'of a railroad from: the' St. tie have ,been in the enjoyment, of I large par- being so certain' a cure,] deem it worthy a

after.the completion the new Cathedra John's River, the products of the richest try yesterday. : the women_ of the':Tillage, except. ,the Johns to'the gulf ports Middle and West receipts from the transportation of passengers place in your estimable paper. W. K.S.

the erection of suitable portions of Florida,,and m, all reasonable fruitless.All efforts to stay the flames have" pr captured, were at the Stt.Charles,.at Florida. Charters for such sine (roads and merchandise,the.profit Of which Near Warwick, Cecil co., Md.
!was '
,a
moms- probability, the products;of the whole Gulf a Christmas party the night before, have been secured, and companies organis are in addition to the'amo. Dt allowed by To Clean Ribbon .
meat.to Bishbptntand. Among the few I which had not'yet returned, and.i in this man ed f books of subscription; .are open.and a the. United States. A '
; coast, are designed (or the, markets Destructive Fire. .. correspondent states that amnhen*
requests ami injunction of a specific.eharactcr.which probably saved their lives- The same determination, is manifested on the part of Itdoesnotappoar' : thai :the liberal '
of the north Europe. Of the ; :A fire started in the woods will take thegreaseout of the most suiled
or ccmroer about : ,
: and.
the late Bishop made, in the : & returned the next day and killed the two conipan in East Middle conditions heretofore, enjoyed by:'the
clean
partiesw ribbons and them
and make them
cia advantages to 'communities .teen mile from the city, night before aad another d 'to' immediately its ,
eert&iACODYietiou on our man wounded ,opposite the Ftar / commence. con.- ;less than a. proper compensation
dissolutiMkvas : to'Jiew. the soiled
ribbon
approaching equal Lay
Southern seaboard, to, result from 'their and'spread with great rapidity along tb'of the Si. Charles, and within halts struction.. But owing to a sjiarseand: yet for the service' to performed, including or
a solemn and earnest appeal line of the Railroad: till at latest piece of silk in A plate and cover' it with
; our ;
.|nfkrorof of the Fort and that population'along the eastern part of .
constructionthere be doubt and night they run new whatever there may.have been of hazard jn :
,
cap no and
then it
after
; the prosecution otthl. object with ; formation Uat evening,_ it had reached near one hundred head of animal! be- the line;from the St. Johns to the Suwanee a newundertaking; .nor that any, hardship camphene, lay rubbing
will
these :none to Five Mile Post. The 1 little with a piece of flannel in. clean
among participate a fire -a
the least deity possible was ng to the For .. )lr ,Atwood was ,at rivera distance of nearly.a hundred miles can justly alleged calling for:,relief-on
the violent and destructive and has done ;. cloth to,dry it somewhat And then'iron ,iton
than' ,
"BUhop greater extent commercial com'munity St. Charles,on hi* way from Salt Lake a heavy task is.imposed upon a fri ftv the part of the,GoTerQm nt. '
several
Reynolds months < the tide
since injury to the farms.on the route. A wrong ; then put the ribbon
oCharles n. The, Central Railroad ; to T1"hen the massacre topk Pace, unassistedtheyare; expected to accomplish On the other hand, the construction of outside in tho air. ,.
wiulMnflering with the decease loaded with '
Cotton taken in
wick terpitr at half an'bo afterwards was at the Pue an undertaking but they -
extending to the 'Apalacfaicoh river so great ; are five ships of great speed :and sufficiently
Another
M hit death.manifested Jaw ( caught fire 3'esterday.from the current ,obliging correspondent gives
*
char describes the scene is heartrend willing and ready to convert their labor Into strong for war purposes, and the services
acterisUc. and ever watchful' attention toti will doubtless,bring' the products of the burning flakes, and two cars, in the xtr me.:.The victims"were ly- stock'even, if they are unable: furnish. of passed midsbjpmen on board of them, oas the following half Three-quarters. of a pound

interests of his bj SL Mark1 and Apalachicola districts which eighty bales, were burned. The as they fell, .stripped and tho'ann much beside, in aid of the,enterp e. The thus augment the contingent force and honey -pound of*oft 18&1&lad' a
dioceses pinOtw'bisky.
requestingthe Put the
now export, the one frora'3O.XXY tot40,000, of the train came on to tho'Fi..e Mile'!) was still running from their wounds. Legislature also, at Its recent'. session, endeavored the actual efficiency the were whisky and soap
appointment of navy, on a hot hearth till melted .thelr'add the
a co-ajntoiinyiew of when it -
and the other about 15O.OOObile'cf'Cotton finding impossible to pass two wounded.men he met on the road, to, render as:efficient aid as lay among the inducement of"the government ;
hii turn state of health!' Should extreme risk they returned to tho SeT i honey and bottle it. Stretch the silk on a
: the proper and will take' from { toward the Fort; one died on in its ,power, first, by ;granting.alternate to enter.into the contract. dean Lardind
brush
authoritlc* act on thi it requcft" andmat in. exchange DVTtnarkVtf Mile Post,and, the engineer'came- to way, but the other readied there, and sections of State lands, all: sections deep, \The act of July 21,1852.provides "that it-well every way A
eochtppotntmmv before ,the_supplies necessary to Ihia ,extended city for '... During a great part" aJive when Mr. Atwood left lying on both sides of the road the title to it shall be in"the power of Congress at with tbo stuff; have ready three vesselsof
'
the
receiving{ the : any cold water icto each ofwhlch the Dk
which yesterday- :city was completely "* dip
iiwthe the road
.region, on scarcely amount rest company only, as (contemplated time after'the 31st tfay of December 1854 '
tatlancbo 1.T "announcement of ,the ed in smoke_Ctarferfon ; several ,times, then hang it to drain and
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Mercury.FIBIU up ,
vacancy progresses and hence not available .' '
less t'han$5OOOOOO ) terminate the
to worth. ,;Uncle Sam'a Pay.Doll. to arrangement for the additional iron while '
.jt} wet with hot iron
ereatedthe diocese quite .
now may be soon rappbatl until after the road baIJ been construct allowance herein : *;
There is no certainty that these' roads following are ,among the Appropria prvidi&fortij. avoid -
< or
telicre it i is n Sunday nightwhleatcbuf addition this lid" was squeezing wringing.
fit we not unusual hisaelreasM ed.in to a iii created on giving six,months' notice." audit will .
will: be Constructed of the .04
soon. Men of the congrega"tionere'aJarm d c.pg-essjuciosed; .
great : by'he
half
Tto appeiol cd-ajutor,cum Juretucctttimdt. based upon a million Acre of be seen that with fito exception of,the six T.CleanPalaU "i
energy and intelligence conduct them} hot cities and immediately the flames Ocean Mail Service, :$ 3,596,608 choice'dif selected I atanearty daliWitb'the additional '
., '. .' / trips required by,the act of July, .Smear piece 'of flannel with"'common* .
f rth from ,
they are d.spnoportk: to the ability' of a building pear the iioh the Amy. :9,721,650 proceed*of these' lands which have 21,1852,,there.ha* bcett.no departure from
:The Cathedral wbitngixedt the'consIstencyof'com-,
or'Si.tra.abete theTwdy part l.he..to1rJ1. : lighting'up; the the'aT1, 11,681,156 invested and. also ,million
ten acres tb ,
; upon original
andj In fact % engagetnenl'but to relieve thi '
almost the .
so sparce,a population, are when rush tn dpastehi warm water. Rob _"$
the Indian
el mad
Ute Buhop was deposited from : place, general was ( Department. 2,277,690 of land recently selected. This
contractors front obligation
,d lFOJ ,.to.their'want*.. Theyare thecburch1 leaving the-preacher ;alone, Post Office Department, 1,106,187 fund swamp is ,'in the bands( ;, and'1et'b1 1ceto'be cleaned quite brwkly.,and. wasa*
evening until 'TSter ay..morning.Nru the/midst placed &. Board:of the.c( last named compensation, was off with clean irsterM Grease pot* will 'in
works which quite as much concern the of an eloquent sennonj Ligh houl4f Eatabli.hment 1.072034 a.an41s to be deroted
thronged taronghout the whole TTcd .exclusively 'increased froui.S38S,0001 with'.no ,other this almost instantly removed, swell
way
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soetks? of our co ntrybeyond' the limits house was found to be theTorie. occupied Mint 795,000 a* a guarantee of interest.on.bond* of tho protection .the public
ftesdaytand.at mUrrals 4.g&a Miss:M'CJond and, U S. Court . LnisrastprivWAdthan as other dirtaniflhi/psind Trill not'beNurOi
services, of that State effort a yoiingbroLber 800,000 cwmpany issued for ,ther purchase,of iron tha right which .
the ; CoPlIftS"l'fltned
,And which we understand to .' .
which emitted D s but before any one could reach the Survey!ing in California..Kan.. : for ,
1De
; ra of the spot and equipment .the,road 51st, for 20), Itself to terminate:the contract,,.so' terse : f 3
churches win*oonbe, mad*!,procure.:a* house was enveloped in flames and in a( and Nebraska 6g7 70 and 10 mile '-,
Catholic and congwgation&;as irefla .. subsequently every as the this increased eompansation was concerned :Prevention. front,Rnatlatv,:

i *many others woo were'prcssibg to take aistance from ,other mercantile communW' moment, :,W entirely destroyed.' Nothing: ,: -' ;:: grjuling'progresses., :To ,these(aids, proba* after six_ ohtba'' notIcj. 'This last prorr- '.' .Wmm.our. iron, (ill you ,cannot bear,,
tie* be.made:with saved. understand vtha'f no fire $31,64701TefrUtrial Ely thirty or forty thousand dollars of cash .
H tact.tad lx>k At.one soon to, be'eiaoi d ,v&y, gt'.proprity. been kindlledin i the house that'daj/and t ;ton.certainly a primary consideration tar your band on it without pain toyoiitsIL.-'
] subscriptions maybe added,as the present the more 'rheD'rub it
.. : generous\action & with Hew and desanwhlimwaz.

." '. -,government
from the gaze uf many"wheeping tyfaw The A P&txrvi: 'RuMoa -The | b supposed to be*be work of an \ mean of the company caving, :m charge Put it ,
the oaked
Cambrdgef United State*. Sjpreme Court ,bat ,.P.l'VHnbtU$ 'propose*to repeal again'o the.fire,.till it baa./* {
f < nmcnoraUVi ,and :funeral :discourse ili,. Democrat of Wednesday" notice* at pOmJ'4'ion.; ,the action .Presidents Fillmore that/portion the.central line .of road to a* 'toleavi-Congressnpowertoc: ;.tar.- in the wax... When done, rub hover. with;

wildi'doted Ue.ua: rites, was delivered Ieamqf effect that the color-: JCXMT LIXJP..The London Morning ,Pjarce',4.-regard to,'the'.Territorial villa embrs to&inBu1rda'frum theuSowanee, river- leaving Jackson minute. thtivrrin..mtt.Tal'tb.ohectloal'aroin'mj. v a piece of: serges 'TJii'pm nt*'the.iron-
I from
1'yjaterday morning by lie'ne T. DrVJlydef, 4p1oAj4 risSngjn'arms against i vtrtiser says:i-?Jenny tLmd ha* ,' ',Tbe;former.dis '>ssfld.fur come amount,not.largv,to! be furnished froin an mind, insuperable, because, la .lensa: ,**.deprives rusting. sftemrd---' -< ?..,?".

; JaiijC/iOeoTgttown,p.'C., It cooprised aneloqiientj the'whitei in Dorchester7 eoaatyj daring. Qt ali: engagement tq revUU-England< Mr. Goodrich ,federal Judge:\in abroad to complete A1.work:which will impart -, the-Uaited.Spates f'iaDktnre.tfucretion.fttfto A.J.Ife"Jf, ; ,
; truthful delineation her professional capacity." 'Frwn & .) -Uena1.ted that*umusvy.1weUonoinstltutloss1nd advantage to:"the citjr of ':--.a:. t r .
ofBhssqp tbecomng\! yi/tn xt! '; : Charleston ; *bel'fncrssod--serThIand: ;Mszy. flvm'ghb -"-">I..a '
t4i-rcCernd 5' flcropieL abe ha determined n*vr more LIk not exceeded bfiQsecuredLto Jackjon cewt4onwhstevObange :n.i:1..L Po 7" ',: At.. '
aan ex postb fth :JIlt JaY' ". pflianoibiigt A *ta7..oceur:
appear ber.r..tb.4:tny and *ppUe4'he c5rmaada. title it* tenaino from the?.. art. .el' teASpDoaAtl otmatei4 xiliift'tumbler
WlJ ia.earW ua.r(lIl de\ootiO io-ibe nm ofbotUbehoote be ibe The,eo- in tha of navigation expenses,".or, e |
S off
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cuuisun'ow-whkh be)atr, crc ary ,
upon of theSL'
trance Jobns 'prwcludeA ol water.aniswaUowed
; fbnfeitconunerceVwbU thapolicy-an4>political a**oon>*
i4f !; ,, jtpardaom ah,49 on hi*guard running$about-the iroond the natter tow AW, freqocntly see giving bet aancUott-id theitria or,&p ;hjtn..Ji" sJMy.''J,irinosnbi ndUin 8wL' *',J* 1 U readily,accessible ..to :The gTsvItjof-thk TKtt&tiafte&tiMcountry objeetioa*1a1 possible;act*aa an,instant emetic*tolleleatj;

at1M'.mrJ lIalbJ' ,troiti negfoeff .very tic pe ormance. She hi*.,further. Coon wo***-iff frtat.BtadtotM,aad your steamer, a*well" aj to.those:Savin ,enhanced bj.othcr consi4HiUdoj WiiP .P. t .;
and It U far fbiteUv5.contrack
them .
j th'ng .
.I conunoq "sustain the ; .a
od-h1tal&rtM.reakbibtzone! right of 1M Piftbient to tMftt t'"Jtot -
bed On J D., to" have nund.houi4atthooth 'their na1iiau& MWdI, >rs are 0 4" .
In, # t1't
ammunition ) ; ;
at his dfcewwu -the 00cHI.8..1wC.
the public akalL|>artake or f\orlfi Qith ** .JudtKof Western portion of nar' Si&tqTreathCentra4; tion c "Iftr. -7 t .
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ebie shrouded th 1aw < It.P't1,
JDD1 the .. ,forbid*: it, 1rJtJ1 Court It yd eaeabereii = ..
vat order'troai th jcbaociet of*eml JcHisie j aad*j *: ) : Savwnai miKQ obew'oVr'tbe' 'contrae f* f' Atr1ehirkqbse, : .:...
.ceMI-A. : t9 :ta&m ,, aa OrcptI! ibis dew, she,baa*we AV iafcnlied/Ml : General ,Pierce .Ja Ro&dt'to' the Su.'John*,}a** '. !""by i l1t. n4li 11.t..L..bIh4ssiU1l t t.. 4

f .! Cft.heJIi&Lau&obsrT1DN, II ,' G 'Fe..u.'. "it ;' Ia iGMng .d l.tIt_ 1-kI6Ofi '. &m fas bjaroik oitker1istrlcti I aaddi ;:.. &._*: 1 thfJt ...:.
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fItere ecirtmer1 rt1' u4 .I v .
;pritt1sj, little cUldrtfl? Wh tbosni 3t. I =: .,safla.yAta.e4it1iu1 .". .tf,! '; 4i. burasup, ,.1' so-iW fAf 0o1k

vcratd be worth tbe'natae'tof oe" ri1C" .,',.sos emil;u4 a I.yesa CCags J I ti _m ft'h..2Jr. 'DaOJIOSWtai-Ill J'I'.. .. .. .. l' EJ.tr.. fllA nb :
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if there vert" taken fnMD'It LttlecTuwthInorDiug a3 pIWiaa&M S&J... rvsris. s4g < Statoofleesd0yCCJaa 11&.".. .... SMb.si.eae..h.\: : { ,. "

aDd alghf 1 pit'out. esist ia sa7jslljtbsIissg.thLiaJ aM ,..Bute efffcfrfU LweZthueepiilapad4s alt <, .
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their HtUe enne.lo dimb, and kiaa the .P1 fur.w szrswtth peel ...essvl say.*se. JtOtja "A;win UteestveA et tft.Ceatraet Oslse eftto' :AretventJamlessMdlyby, .a;': COUNTThW ROUS1 ALMNAC

parent .te? What -famrtn would look .' aria,Wa.. L Go JAJiDQL. = ; I.as'dJerateeIStspdsrM1pa,. '' .. '. '. 0 t ,? .
ILsrebl9,195L PfiECAROLINATijCot r1 AIriq at \II .,.U., ,.,,; _
it were those little
not :
cbeerfel 'inwad .
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-Lares' to eKcst-lt ef lt. loneliness) and ; MUSIC. .MUStCU f" j. *****,VsetecvwiO. Charieeton everSATOfiBAYVat /. 1atbeoei.apMde&s. < --4; '. SMb.mkms.sech. _
foom?. Whit a desert without, an :oasis ..rjtvss ipiolheshssltaase lMUf-MM(3'P. M. for the St. .*,,".l dllt_ 'L'saS.SeostSeTseedayatI2at i.

;_;a teat ,without >a thrabi a..gardco, JIIIIIIIIItJ repairer fIA7f03.lm rM tbt. John LrSrdIZM.tODDisttJAtXSONYILLE i' fI 4c' ..1 Arrive at Jcmigta sasse day by 6 p a;' .-, J'. t
ao.'fill this P1COL4TA1PALA'tA.R.truingwmlesie t.t -_ :,J : ', .1.1ISOI .Lasvei.felisaWMeembys$7 a. < .
without i Anrer-V lute without a string plat that hiatead loeasia{bezlschiagissn.i aad ;
-: _- I Patatka everMood*/,'as 1 A. M.:i PioolaU at 7rwa 1.w. Juki.uiTiV i .AntTsMMuloevflisa&e4ayby4p! BK ;
AonaJtome without:.' Wliodoesnot .?snMi wbhfer to'mdt*amari lajemeit with i 10' A.M.J'nil. Jacksonville' fi*.Chartetoe.aT 3 '.JIfapaH& w.R.I h 3 f:Wo.olatannd :\66g..FroaTH*siisee.Ay' .... *e'mWts S&: .- MTUGl 0

We sttUe btldren Who dos not the Md rrinod, '& .tnp m feW.liMt: ;Lus .:. .- _" Onage Mi2%to FBatka.968 saitos..aa4 .,: .a.e.bsdk.JAisSGesSS. &awuev i ; : ji4kLT.

,feel happvywhen hit heart-doors art' lock 'p tile .a". _' : FLOan>A,. .H.STPurr.: Master, 1rill baek.twieeaw,ek. '. ,. :Leave T.pabaa..Xis4.y_ Wedaeadaaad- .i1Sa51,, 517t11ai i 10 1 I2l3 lollfli S
j rd sttjpctoasljr! aputut'all 'tnie'rest of the n41 -'TPtOPORt JL L.0UNSTEDT. kntre CHARLKT05 sow/. WEDKESDAT 'Leave CharbeSW' Tvesdaand. 'TBatedar'a&.' Tst&aItTa.a! 0 II I 1114 lasiSo.105'M_ I '
I II.13 1920
Mortege4WAM4 the ISSIDB pnt > V ; JamreaScMaitocaaedayili/i .: L516I7U1192O.2I} .- v.*
voiU in iU windows taktog nwte \ .Bt V ,.. ,
rsJdag c. and letting SAVE TIME SAVE tor'1_ '"''A .:lMf Sc..J *&$ $ I II ? 4j2526.27 l223j242S 222
MOHBTII 8AVJB. places'ttaaied above;:. sad tsischletai veut3ae1av4fl.n.z$4ay,5Ui; a Taees...1i'.3kai! da/aad; SatAxrivertTiOiVsaiisejeedayseylya .
theM little.ones. fJ?ck in, and rummage -. '2'aOUBLBJU Bssu .JIM4.uiet.BruaW l ave JacksoBt9. Wssdeysa45a4as IITaL-T... .. -- -.$ '.'. 0 -4-- uii :r is

every secret jlrawer and cupboard from the Rut w.Jirertisefmat Oieaad aa4 SLMzsyolog ud reUraihg., This boat 12n :0.- "..0ArTiThtpI1athtdda7lby1sisi > ; %ie of every' descripfPtBrjp lce'itsr; 1 1s4
9cmentto"thcauic7 has beeei tie Inland i : 68il 1a.a.Tafl&bam.bysssoke
J* ilappjr.i that nan pat CIlIa.. root for the aceoBfmodationoC tzsi-. '
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who lore little children* Let him be,*' All!.! .TraveOers along Lbs liae.and those L. Leave Pflatka Monlay and Thursday.at B a SBT ker s B3U 29 sailes Sad back twice week," IlltllIIIflSllIslj; 123 II ISl4t17 1! v.t
whowisht0keepasamchaspaKlUe issliore, Arrive at ..ned days by 3ass f I XexveTsnnbisms Jicadssad Wedaesdsy.a& 0 :- l2t 21 223? .a-rsaa,
stran-er in a let him TO 2sCOXOlXEtlXt3PLANTERS tot1 271284.44
; strange place- meet 12526
Leave Jacksmvifle faat PrlitliTheattoatioaofth- cn .
The/are Cnt class Beata>ith tee State Rootus .Tneeis/ and YiidayM'4 ; VW -
with Cues unknown LeCJi-kt him 113.t'* l4l.- I 2 3Sn'v. _t.. 111W _'sMa
find AND
OTDEES. .\ and"'1'7.comfbiiwQl be found usually required suil AM,Baker's Htn same days by Spas -I
no heart which beau .rm t1 tiuUl1rith UATfl.G..U busted Ja Cha*. kyU.Tnn11iar-Pallno. They connect with the ,Arni'Ihtad.iseos.ztdsybI0i SB. .aks/snATuMda/aadTharjdr/'at6 6 4114617 8 9lO 2fl 4ki ? I -s' 5.

his own, and yet the sparkling eyes the LI. Is*pespsrsd to do aaJWaw.t tile different Lines of.Stages to Florida.sod. far Bids to extend to Welaka are tovtted., a., ., .. '. ; 5 1ltl13fI4 IS l6ilt 91( llll2illtI 11 '"sCi.rdsi

curly locks, the sprightly step, sad the Iiae III .Hf ''AGX.'fey sod COMMISSION South as Tampa Be/ They also connect with. 6802 J'.ly. &, ': Arrive sTii1ala.miiua.daeb 8 ;}. 5 wsbisgfrlntlag2S27t9Z93O'3l! 5 0 16s17 lSl9i1L21 11 .
ut biaiae.s.otisat.d. tom. J I b&eIa4 &triq&IM: the New York Boats. and.EAUroaJ Line from this Little JUYer Mineral Springs 'Cc1mbos 1 334 teas TsUahasM to Wsokeeaah,18'mHe 2425i29I T1dlZagca 0V
ham laughter children are the same to Creator portion of./ tin to the ftUiag fit CM. place e vus t tfssnujj f VHUn,*0IK fUftOMS UO, ,to :. sad back,.twice.".k>.: f doae bparUenlariiavitedtotalsoOee ApsiiIl II ) 4 5 6171 0.---4-- --4
him here as home. Their bright laces try enter* for ?-_ Passage per Carolina front Qurlestoa to 192 mites and back twice a week. Leave TsTlisissss Misd7h4.Wedusesbya1 / I 8 910 11 II3 lI1iOcr'aI I 2 3 4 5 I crtisas -.

are like the stars to him, ever twinkling Groceries Prorisions, .Dry Goods;..Hard. .Jacksonville .'.:. .:, .,_..v. v "f8 Leave Jacksonville Sand/. sad Wednesday. at lam 0 ; 0 115 22 16,17, 18 19 0,2le: 71 E P12011 1? 13, -.- a. a
the same wberenrhe goes; their gar uica :arcj Clothing .Boot ..Shoes Drug To PicoUta and Palatka.'; '. \ 10 Tp.t Arrive at Wakeeaai sxae days ey 12 at" 0 5 bl 224 -1-2526 nlt 14111 'v
like cheerful Passage per Florida from CaarUxtoe. te Arrive ei Tallaa sse in43ao mby7ptst Leave WakeeaahMoeds/Wedacada/at 1 Xeno -1-11 ii 2 2324 a
are PamtsOiU p
murmuring rivulets or Fruit Ltquors Books "" Invariably M.&r
like the hippy songs of birda,always sounding 'Statwoerr., Faricr, Beao/urt. .' .' . 3 Leave 1.uauBada1 sat tWedjMede/ .'ssi : th 8910ll1&0'L! -Li i-ih
Gocxl
Danes.-..- :. '.' ,; : '.. -.. 4 2&as; <.:. AsrlnslTaflabaasseaamsdaysbypa. :
the same to his cars. Let h'rai he sad or anytbrnjlMthat CMb* obtained either. la To Brunswick aad St.Marys. I, Arrive at JnekseevOle to 19 lIMmL1."y 2 a_. m$ From Tattahassee. by Jeobxiea, Sboll CI3L 131141S1&1719291 4k1 Ijios .. 0

-let the clouds of sorrow .gather their a* rAVtUm Jf
-darkness and his jears-)let the snows of aU that I hors *ado with the Uu&ir T.Pieolata and Falatka; . S I sndbackfoertiesuaweek. ." SB&M and back enee Si weekxr :c. : 0 Cxdenftoatie .i12a30_ ___ _303114__ iiup n.sj .
adrersltr chill his better nature-and'yet Zr.iuMa.aUaiath. aboro article I, eaaU be Meals b/the Florida 50 cents each. Jave St. Augustiae Sunday' ead Wedoesdrr a 11 Leave TaUahassee Wednesds/at 3 a at. IFs I 2 fl 3t.J BflhiCCF'r., .
al4o to make Ce 3 si 8 9Dzc's. it .
pvehaee* us UUtr Urm tkn the 'Forfreight aad other 8asBandl2 7 : Arrive si Walker Mxteuy by Hat atrywmbe ) -
let him but feel the influence children eagagemeots psrUealan,
of
Merchant or Plasters thoauelToo eomld;, thereby apply IenL LA nON* CO, Arrive at FieoUta same da/s b/1 is ii.Ipss I I Leave Walker Tkamday at Ipai ID llI12II314 1SI6 2 4 1 7 8 bs4 0
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and his soul like a broken instrument' now not OBly aarUi&&UIIIU difference in the prioe tI march I0-ly Southern Wharf. < ; r* Arrive at Tallah sae next day b9pa: prompaexecmted.JtsF.RocnoJ. 13 2223 It. 11 121314lbl 0
repaired and newly strung Titrates with the arUcle bat aiao the BAconartortitoxt o*- LeavePicoUUUaDds/andThanda/at6a Band -' 836.Froa'TaTlahawee by Masse 1eT'a on 0 .242326'?? 2930 i617I920,2l22i; '

softer and more melodious tonis.rItwc ptntt qf timt oxd treadle attending a vim to thii '.Sea boat at Public Sak.RY U mi v 0 ._ '; the Tclope,rirsr te Ridle/svOle and back once a _
City. I will also pertonotty attend to too acted- JAMES H. TAYLOR.Oa Arrive StAgsaithtoasnt. days.ty Has woo*.* ': j"j"ud&1A

$ CURRENT.Corrtcted jilt Pocking, MwloMf and Skifwumt of foods TnURSDAT,the 8th March at II.'OIOCkwIU G8Qbroes. *" '- Bidders. wiia. *,the "dbtaase" stnd.psopose- .'a 0.
ao. to avoid all mittott* aad. rfiraertt which Pilazks by Or ,'Of setedsJe. .
irecktyfor the flor l&Ncrs, 6y''YIL eoerally rice from want cia little tttentiaa.. beaoldaorthottheEzeha.oge, Lake BllvsrbpriagOes.ba, easri. Augmi 6837 Prom StQlepIca FiohoCowsj 20 mUes
S. LAWTON CXX In addiUw to the aIIoy.lwm alas attend to !The superior.Cut River Steam- U, Piercevilli..1...and lost Taylor. tel and back ence a weefc Maanopy, BeHevQlo;Camp aanerbhbtbej are dcsMed on the books t
W.B.MEARESb.isgof the fol. boUtoa.Jasper Jeaningt, Ma4ZIJILILQSetRI1'Newport ofthe .
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the disposal of say produce that maba hipped Tampa 159 miles and beck twteee week. 0 LusStill.plcahiosdaya&Saiu t department .WJ6."aad the/wfllbe
Sea Itland and Short Cotton Factor, to mo lay perIOD desirous of nukinf JShipmeoU lowing dimensions t 123 feet length,34 feet beam, Leave Pilatka Meeds/sad Thursday atT a ss; Arrive at Fuihoflowa/same day b12 a| hew Smyrna, Pieolata Tampa Uvhee oanstraed ss providiag for the entire aall.Aewsrer
Foruardin $ Coauninum Merchant, of Product of say kind had better write to no and 7 1000 foothold, and 200 tons burthen. She carries Arrive at Taapa sazt Wednesday aad Saturday Leave FtohoOowsMooday at 1 p a| Anna Ocala, PQatka Quincy. "UY' *. larft sod arAotesraww aeXisaedseemtry. S .

C.arluton&C. I will giro thorn ..'1'7 iafonaatioa regards the bales Cotton on about feet draught of wit b/4p0 Arrive at SttOepiea same day by 8 PIlL CgnditiouM to kjisco.pcrc&dtI' *tkt tmtncttVu .0 :" intvr itt VsisrthpeerteaWy
Jlfortot Btaanor .C z.ckisa4bow to ship er, was thoroughly repaired sad refitted and far Leave TaarpalCgeda/Thursday at 2 a a; 68J8.frees Madisoe. b/CharieV Mills Charles txtod tti*deporimmt may dam froptr.- 1IItIriIJ.; t,. .
nisbed with '
MARCH 13, 1855.COTT03T thaaw From say loaf .speneDcI'" a'reneral sodtw.da.3.iisaCCbeisiuolanlal two.High Pressure Steam Engines, Arrive at Pilatka next Wedneeday and Situ Ferry sad New to 'Gay Landing, 90 '1. Seven minutes are aHqwed to each iatenae- la all esses".the I.of service is t.

-UpUad-The sales f.r put few dsys mercantile bvatnoM t tt I-oanrivt perfect satisfaction : ae&IkIII80" two years 4 y by 10 pa. :_" miles and back once a week. ibis office when not otherwise specified tor"assorting beOeved to be svflkknt,the lowest bid will be .

lave been somcwtsit limited,owing to the expected to alt sod wit the.mottfattidima taste' to respect and In oomplele'-du.for bosines.and weUiJund* Propanb loomis Silver Spring wiQ be consider. LesveMsdhoeILcsdsyaztssg.Arrive |. the mails bat en railroad sad steamboat cepted,if daJv guarantied,fa prefenace to aT.tfatf ac*
14 my oeUctions. Gin coo a trial ie all I ask.- every ready. ed. \: at CUv Landing nestWednesda/.6 p; roiat.sth.nelatobsno nun delay than b snStieat crspeci5bid.- !
accounts from Europe. Yesterday they".rel300 For my serrioes I hoU.require a modtraU ooovmiMioa notes T.1'IIII'-ODt-U at 3 and 6 cash; balance in two equal 6801 Prom Pflatka by W.t Vot.sad En Leave Clay Landing Thnnday at 1 a a. I for aa exchange of the mail btgs.Z. When tns lowest bid Is Bet a star aid.; sad

Ulec from 7 3-3 to 90 per Ib, but e fine article But oneedinf per tt+ according to or other .months. with approved' endorser terprise to .. 130 zaUes and beak,.unco Amn'at Madisos>nextSatardsy p nv On routes where the mode of caove/sace. admits Ihs either_e Mds or sa inedji&mode ef spse-
good V march 3-2t eoa-
win bring 9 3-4 to lOo per lb. Sea Islands anraajring the ttaiurt of the lMIaiAaa a week to steamboat. CS3f FromMadisoU by Hamburg' and Clifton of it the special agate of the department, ve/arettwiItDotbeaeeeptedbatset. aside tar

23 U 40 fr common and fine 4S to 55 mad I. DAVID M. GAZLET. NEW GOODS FOR aPBIHG IBfSl. Leave FQaflt Monday at Saint to Groverrville Ga,30 miles lAd back,osoe week1 ahjo post office blanks, nail bags,locks and keys a sMeifie bid propcsiag them..i I
.p- Office npnuain.225 Kinr-etreet \V G. Bancroft Cash Arrive MeDonvine next day by 11 ami 'Leave Madisoe. Monday at 6 aID; are to be eoovrrsd without extra change. whea tee bid does not l1.mode of
war Florida and Maine from 18 toe 2G fur March IB, 19 y CbArlertm. 8 C. House. Le veM.CaavillaTu sd./ at I p.{ --.' Arrive at Groverrville same day by 6 p a f 3. Oa railroad lAd steamboat toes.British sad also when it propaees to carry M eaaveyaace -
common fine 27 to 35s aai upward. 353. & 253 King Street, Arrive at Pilatka next day by 3 p a t Leave Groverrville Tuesday at 6 a a;" -' Canada mails when offered are to be conveyed the advertIsement' bat witaoat sack ceeniiey Se I

RICE-Clean,'J to fi 5-8.per 100 Ibs prices Salamander Lightning CkarUtUm, S.C. Bids to commence at Welaka are invited. 4 Arrive at Madison same day by 6 p without additional pay also tie route agents of it will be considered proposal for spedflcatioa.boneUok .{
CONDUCTORS. 117 At' ABE new receiving oar usual large and 6806 From Enterprise New Smyrna 30 ails I 6J40 From Waakecnah, by Beasly Ma ely flail, the department fur whose'exclusive use, whiletravellingwith service. .1 i !

higher. nut are the only Permanently W extensive assortment of and back once a week. aadSliQscka' ,.to Madison' 22 aiies and back. nce the.ai., a'coonniodboc,.ear or 2I.AmodiSeotiouetabifhaugof, JJ fl

J5AGGIXG-Dundee,10 1.2 to 12 1-2 cU. per UQOTENUTO Safe Fancy Staple Dry Goods Leave Enterprise Tuesday 6 a m t a week. ; spwtajejrfin tie centre of a car, property lighted hal terms b tantamount to a new bid-- aid eesea. t
RODS esaaot
for Arrive at New Smyrna same day by 8 p a i' Leave Waakeenah thursday at G"a mi j" "warmed and famished and adapted to the convenient be received rosa to Interfere with
yard; Ounny 12 to 13s eryard. yet inTented. Spring Trade and are prepared to offer greater Leave Ktw Smyrna Monday at e a at| Arrive at Madison same, day ly 6 JIB,,. assortment aid die security of the mails b ,after the last hoar set for regular bids..22. coapstitioa .- --- t
ROPE-\Teltem 10 1-2 to 12 I-2 Ib. THE InsnlaOoa is perfect -& sabjeetto inducements than erer before to Cash Custom Arrive at Leave Madison Friday at 6 .0 Fostmasters reeerrmg -
per .. We adhere Eat.priet.day b/G.t. a a; to be provided by the contractor, andir the direction are te be carataI.11iI'r
:J.U"OX-lI*, 10 U U&; Sides 8Shoulders to 10" impair as In the cass w tboee of ordinary construe of ONE strictly to oar established custom 6907.From hew Ssiyma to Indian River, '120 ArniveatWaak.eaabaasa.daybylpit.sati of the department. tie sufficisney of gnrsators or'sureties
7 1.2 to 612c.nUTTERGJSbeG struction. The article speaks for itMlf. sod these PRICE ONLY, miles and back, twice amonth. .' From QII JIc1 to Chattahoocaee,21 'miles '4. No pay will"to made for trips apt performed; knowing that they are persons of saUScbat without t
tnterealei in the recar'ty of their houses, will satisfy Charleston Jaa.20.1835. (61D) Leave New Smyrna the lit and 3d Wednes and back three times a .. _._ eel for eaen of sash omissions sot satisfactorily explained ;and all bidders gaarautota' sad revpoariUIity -- \

prime 25 to 23; common themselves by calling on Mr. A.U. REED 8100 Reward days of each month i Leave Quincy Monday, Wednesday).and Friday three times the pay of the trip may bededIIde are distinctly notified that,oa failure, to sarebe ,
eater fa
and Western,13 U 23c per IU. of JabkaoarUIe, Fla, or Mr. WALTER El??, Arrive at Indian River to 6 days I at 7 am; For.arrivals so far behind tune u.to to or perform the contracts for the ke f
COFFEE-Cuba, 10 U lie Rio, 91-2 U 12 .. oar sole Ageat for tie erection of these coUs in *5 "A WAY from thssnb.crth.roe the llthQ I Leave Indian River.oa. the 2J and4th Sataria/s I Arrive at C.tt oocJ&. same days by 1{ n; break eonaexko with depending malls'and not for to the accepted: bids their legal nr oabOitice preposed t
June
EadYlu / last his
& negro man MOOSEO. lie i i of each month| Leave ChaUabooehee Tuesday?'ThandsSatardayat / r(. sufficiently excuse cne-foorth of the compensation aLP be enforced against thenv
per lb. DWTER A AUQUnTBAUCn. JQ.U about 50 years of age and has a lamp Arrive at New Smjrna in 6 days. 7 a a;. -I.. for the trip b sntjeei to forfeiture Deduction will 23. The contracts win substeaUally ;p
CORy-Cstunon. $e. to 11 OS; flint, II 15par jy CAUTIOK No one is authorized to me on .. forehead about half the site of a pigeon'segg 6303 From Indian River Jupiter,to Miami. Arrive at Quiacy same da/s by 12 th:' ab'be ordered for a grade of performance inferiorto forms ta.retatQr'lllSeci to this department LimO
bushel.O.ttS.G3. our patterns in East Florida but oar above named by which he can be readily identified. 180 miles and back, once a month. Bids to commence at Tallihapee are tertted. that specified ia the contract. For repeated fa the respects particularly mentioned fa except I
C3c knsUsrPEAS Agent. (- !) D.* A. The above reward is effered for his apprehension Leave Indian Eiver OB the lit Friday of each 6342 *ro.Bsidbridgft, Ga; b/ ChattahoocbeeFU delinqaenees the kind herein rpedfied eala-geJ: structicas rat so aU lrna
to pe? Dnral circuit and delivery, either to the subscriber, or the moath. >, Oehesee West WmtouEhdlejnrilI., Rieho.'aBl.f penalties,proportioned to $e nature thereof and the eoatracton will be required to deliver 0
-91 IS per Mallet Cosrt-Spr1ngTcr,1 SSS.JAS. jailor at Jacbori.ne. JOHN L'ESGLE. Arrive at Miami to 6 days lola and Fort Gadsdsn, to Apatochicola the importance of the raaO may he made. Into the pact offices at the end ef the the stalls

LAUD-Prime, 111-2 to 13e. peril H. McRoar Ja, 1 Jacksonville, Fla January 20, 1955.-ti. Leave Miami on the 24 Friday ef each snood. 206 miles and back three tiinse.a week from the I-.For leaving behind or throwing off the mails ] into aU the intermediate post eOces not routes and

MOLASSES -Cuba eates this week at 22 Io24cjX for the me of ILzcor A1Aclxl1T Arrive at Indian River to 6 clap 15th October to 15th Jane of each jsar, and twice or say portion of them for the admission of pa- eighty rods from the railroad or laDdie,.more taaa" \
BostoilOtsi; (SaaS..t.am U. Land for Sale. 6309 From Key West to Miami 200 alas and I a week the residue to first-class steamboats, with angers or for bt .''fa setting up or 24. Present eoatmecots and bon I
Orte sos,26 to%.per gallon. 1" "pnE SUBSCRIBER offers for.sale 1000 back eoce a month. the privilege of using,.horse coaches from Bainbridge running express conveying commercial iatcUv the department mast equally with peveoas others : at ,

SALT-Liverpool SI toll 25;per sack.I10QS HABAK. J JL acres Pine and Hammock Land in Al3C fa Leave Eat Weston the Blh of each month; to ChsUshnocb.ee when the river b too low gene ahead of th.mi.11,a" awtez'apsy. may be guarantors sad rcrtificates of their suacMne/prcearo sub

-C*r-baJs ot lop, SC50 to *750 perlOOIba.DeL TIlE Plaintiff having sued oat aa attachment in aclau..wr.1 will be sold at a bargaa for Arrive by the 13th. Tor navigation. deducted. 0- staatiaUy fa the forms above prescribed.. .The
.aboro stated case, the Defendant and all cash if applied for soon. Any information eaa be Leave Miami on the 19th of each montij fnm ISA October 15A J. 6. Fines win be Imposed unless the delinquency tificates safficieac/must be signed by apoetmas-cer I '
others interested will take notice of the same, and had by addressing me at Falatka. Arrive at Key West by the 24th. Leave Bainbridge Tuesday Thursday, sad be promptly and satistactorily explained by certificates tar at one 01 the places befuresam.d.aoog
BEEF CATTIZ-CU.1O.iS,712t081. 2c.per 1 appear and plead to the declaration Sled therein. lab 3-tl J.1. ARNOW. 6310 From KewnansviBe,by F rt Clark Waeahootie Saturday at 2 p at .or of postmasters or the affidavits of ether a court of record. I

lb.net.FLOUR. B.K. PEARSON Micanopy, Fbnungtoo, and Newton, SOcal Arrive at Apalaehioola next Wednesday and creditable persons for failing to arrive to contract Postmasters at tie cnJs ef routes oa wnkhthey

-S3 1-2 1> 110 per VU. and Oeniien March 10. 135S-3m Plaintiff's Attorney. FOR SALE. ,, 57 miles sad back twice n week, sopylying Friday b4p a; and Monday/11 eat time|for aegtocttog to take the mail from or deliver think the present mode of conveyance itedeqeate/ 1
UGLY about 14 Wacahootie only oa the return trip on Friday and I Leave Apalachieola. Snada/, Tuesday, and it into a post office; for suffering"it (owing will weigh the mail each. trip for six seecessive
&Ie '13 te '14 per bbL FLORIDA HOUSE. XX\ warranted Negro sound boy and years of age, omitting Micanoy on that trip. Thursday at 6 a a t either to the nninitaUtnea of the place or manner ..u.weekly routes, aad three weeks ea other

SCO AU-Common brown 4 3-4 to 6e j per Ib. A The Nw and Commedmts Dwelling onronfbton this Office. healthEnquire feblOlmTo at Leave Xewuasrille Wednesday aai Sanday at Arrive at Bainbridge next days by 8 a m.From.lSOt carrying it) to be injured destroyed robbed rcuiesaas1rpcrtt.result by the Wth A priL 1354V I

BIDES .Cow, 10 to lie per tbj deer do 19 tolcpsrlb. street west of the Marshall Howe, 7am; J IOU t. l& Crteo r.L or lost; and for refuting, after demand to convey JAMES CAMPBELL .
i ie now open for the reception of Boarders. Fami- Arrive at Ocala next days ly 10 a tcj *T; B.atri. t toeiday aadSatarda/ the mail as frequently the contractor runs w JAB 2712w. Postmaster Geaersi.
I ties wuhin snits of rooms eaa beploauatl/&oeGID- Persons out of Employment: Leave Ocala Thursday and Monday at 2 p to;0' ; is :' ia narnirg a coach car,ex steamboat
nodatod.fgT ACBffT WANTED Arrive at KewnansvQle next days by 8 p a. I pa: ,MI a route.
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Arrivals at BaflBngtoa House. A few more single gentlemen can' also be la Leery Section of the United State 6811 From Newmans rifle. bv Eniarif1e moO' Arrive T-..> at AMlfUlliMliL ApaUtafcola lf next...days.' by IS 4.p.a;-." 7. The Postmaster General may annul the contrast Felix Livingston '
accommodated. MRS..J. Providence to 40 miles and back; to .
McNELTT.Sarannnah The AlUgatcr twice I Wednesday at 10 PIII--- for repeated.failures Je run_agreeably contract ATroBNET&coUzcP1LLoATLAw.:
, JJQ It l J W March 3-St most Elegant and Useful Volume the Tear, week. I :
Much 8-CbMle* F* Diekn&m ;for disobeying roe rae umce laws, or t&s '---
Txpier, X T;JI A WUlUnw U F Olir oeDSLaaur SEARS' GREAT WORK OX RUSSIA. Leave KewnaBsviUe Thnrrdi/and Saturday. at, and Arrive Thursday at Bainbridge 10 a next.f Tuesday.. :. '.b11. am,0 Instructions of the deptrtment;for refusing to dis- TITILL -'acaODY1,0 t;. F, r

C U PeUte, Jue Cr.. Pubic JM C PeluU .. L1. JUST published, an Illustrated Description of baa; 6343 Froa Chattiheoeee p ,by MarUnna, CroweD]0 charge a canisr alice required bJ the departmentto Uostedto attend to any professional fccsmesaeaVV !
I If Bryant FIc; S F WiUon ChvlMtoti. RUSSIAN EMPIRE. Being a Physical Arrive at Alligator same days by 8 p xet Campbelltoa.Geneva, Ala.,'Andorra's illll Plo do so; for atripiing the contract without circuit hiautheCoxrtsof thoEastera
Much 9-L K fire..r. / aUsffim. OaT 0 Orrics FUUUSA Bianoaa Coxrurr and Political History of its Oovtrsoente and Pro- Leave Affigator Tuesday and Friday at 6 ahum. toj GentsviUe Almiraate., Milton and Floridatown, the assent of the Postmaster General for raDII He has end also of the Supreme Courts ef Tallahassee.

rrie*, > Y. C YoueL Dittimor*; K B G, S CMftVch .. JaakMnriUo, February 2S. 1855. venues. Productions, Resources, Imperial Government .at>swnaasnUe same days by i p as. to Penjacola,200 miles and back twice a week. aa.express as aforesaid f er for transporting an able such an advantageous cenasctkie with
19-41 T Titu,P B CAMTA,CoL S aaue !ATOT1CE b henb/five that a third assess Commerce Literature. Educational 6812 From Newaxwrille by St.Louis to 2Tew. 0 Leave ChatUboochee Tuesday and.Saturday at persons packages wavering. malUUs matter Oat a Lawyer at Washington Oty.as win ensure t
FU; A Baker, J B f<*U, Lady and child. It i 1 ment of one;per cent oa UM stock of this Means Religion, People, Manners, Customs Antiquities River, 22 miles and back, once a week. 8pmj of the mail. prompt be and tpeedy collection of such claims as
Virybrr, Dr W L UeCi.. Md Lady V D \T01er Company has been made payable at the offioo of et&, etc, from the latest aad most authentic Leave Kewnansville Thursday at I p m t Arrive at cola next Friday and Tuesday 8. The Postmaster General may order aa increase may placed fa lit hands against the Uasted"Stetee .
N C; It* JestS, ladia Riven T Vf GUby, JokaX the Sesrttary on Monday the 7th day of May. source. Embellished with about 200 Engravings Arrive at New River same day by 8 p mf by 4 p miLeave service on a route by allowing therefor npr jaI/ J
It Mtrtend L II B.*ker, BMton JM BAnov Notice b ale firra that ResdWion of the. and Maps of Earopesa and Asiatic Russia. Leave New River Thursday at 5 a m; Psnsaeola Tuesday and Friday 0 8 a III .rain increase on the contract pay. He any ,
F Suture, BAitmor | S SITu, QKaiickt Board*f Directors,all stock eyes which th* Me- The whole o apleie to one large octavo vol. Arrive at Newna&sviUe same day by 12 m. .Arrive.at ChaUahoochee next Thursday and; ehiage the schedule of arrivals and departures Phillip Fra tt,
It KJw.rJi MJ L Jy, DT.", F T.y.lor. ODd instalment of one per cent payable on the 22d nme of about 700 pages,elegantly uJ substantially 6313 From Newnusville Tustennggee,Sup Sunday by 5 m. withoat increase of pay provided he does not curtail ATTORNEY AyDCOUjraELLJaelapMiUt r LAW' t ,
CAtri.Cart J I* Rack. K Y| t C Chick MdL4y int has not been paid will be forfeited for nonpayment bound. Retail price, *3. Fe,Clay Landing Wacasassa sod Long Fond, 6344 From p Apalachieola by Chattahoocaee, to the amount of running time. He may also At .

WiniMMlMrr; Mn Muy H N Rotenton in sixty days from this date if not prerioasly Tub work has been severalears to preparation to Aliens Otie, 119 miles and back once a week. Columbus,Ga.and back once a"... order aa increase of speed, he aUowiag.within the TTTILL attend to any professional 4
K J; B MiU-hcIL Me;C Capp, J J.ew, S C;TMCMB yaid. GEO.VT.CALL and will .it b believed sees', to the Idlest: Leave Newnansville Wednesday at 7a m; Bidders will state the dUtano.,name intermediate restrictions of the law n pre rain increase of pallor VV trusted to hia to the Court buctaess av
XewUrgbf C Sbk.. R L March 3-2m Secretary. I aceeptation of the word the want so universally Arrive at Atsena Otis next Saturday by 8 a m; offices and a schedule. the additional Itock or carriers, if any. The Circuit and the Supreme Courts of the Eastern
propose ....
Mweb II-S Ersett&saJ Serr't Cbarlartoa ANoer Sale felt for reliable Information on the history and in- Leave Atsena Otie Saturday at 11 am; sat From Mansion by Orange Hill Teroon, contractor may, however, to the case of increaseof He has also such an advantageous at Tillshssses '
C A Kiios, Wm Dapree C A R/ab Qa; efTaUable Lands at Auction IB Alada.a' teens resources of a country occupying so large a Arrive at Newnansrille aext Tuesday by 8 p m. DoogUuvflle, and Knox 1111 to tiche.Anna 64 speed relinquish the contract by giving prompt an able Lawyer at Wsshmgtoa connection withi
l) rU X> GriftroU K X Count/ Florida. portion of the Eastern Hemisphere and holding 6314 From KewnansTffle, b/ Fort hones, to miles and bade once n week. notice to the department that be prefers doing so a prompt and speedy coOectioa of City,as u-il san,*
.M&ftbl2-NIICurwlo, W Wbeeler. N T; J F T3T punaace. a Deeiee in Chancery in the so formidable a posiifcm at the present time to the Middleburg 50 miles and back once a week. Leave KariuD&Thursday at 6 a a; to carrying the order into effect. The Postmaster may be placed ia his hands such claims as
iltfUMuU It MeOjoaU, 8 Fund It C Strmw.CU. 1 Qrc Court of tA* Middle Circuit of Florida rest of E*rope and Asia; but of which ru less b Leave Newnansville Wednesday at 12 nq Arrive at Uehee Anna next day by i a General may also curtail or discontinue the service State. ageiart _the toilet
.SunuU, Mose B Jlij Peluto B WilMO in tin ease William Marvin and others t*.Rich known than ef. Mother European nation. Arrive at Middleburg next day by 6 p mj Leave Uehee Anna Tuesday Sam|p } at pr.rote decrease of pay,allowing one month's July-8

,M F P.py. FU M leaM ,'A N PMT ard Bradford, Administrator, i*.of Leifh Read ALSO, Leave Middlebnrg Tuesday a; Arrive JfeAamu next day b7 p m. extra eompearWion pa the mount dispensed with, J. MeEobert Baker ":
deced. sad in the east of Richard Bradford Administrator Arniv.aNewzsanavi1l.nszdaby 11 aIL whenever his opinion the public interests do ,
O*: W J TbetMiat, I eno. A deeply Interesting volume, entitled "THE Bids for semiweeklf service will be considered. ATTORKEr
Nsr1a12-J U Cbw .TA E Boutaa. D HJityi ,Aft,..gaiodWiIlism Marvin and others REMARKABLE ADVENTURES OF CELE Bids for semi-weekly service will be considered. 6846 From West Winton,by Aspen Grove, to not require the same, or to cue he desires to sa- AT LAW, 6OUCITOR Kf .
on a cross Bill the following described Lands be- GalS From New River to Midibborg 30 miles U by a different grade of transportation. CHAXCERT
W .1 SLip ant trv't Fb..MudtUJ SaLTED PERSONS" embracing the Romantic Abe Spring 22 miles aid back once a week. periods SOTARY PUBLIC
longing to the Estate of Leigh Read deeed,will and and back once a week. 9. Payments will be made for the service by
S Slurp J* per Cocotyi H U Inevients 'and adventures to the Ltvee of bonesetateesa. Leave West Winton Monday at I a m r JLSO .
be mild ft PMie Auction to CM debts CC said Leave New River Wednesday at Taa t collections from or drafts oa,postmasters,or otherwise *5
Eleveap, L W StoreM L T Fonl r Phil; JM BoxD.y. pal General Arrive at Abe Sprusgoarne day by lIes f '
Princes
Estate b/ the sobscribsr M a Master and Commissioner rgns Warriors Arrive at Middle burg same day by 7 ; after the expiration of each er-ft1 to Committioner for the Atlantic fI
N V;il Birr De; F D.rlr Coo; 8 L BrickAlreh Travellers .Adventurers Feyagers, At eminent p Leave Abe Spring Mooda/ 1 p m; and Gulf'
1.\Mia .J R Le. U. i in Chancery,cnder and b/virtue of said to the of Europe and Leave Middleburg Thursday at 7 a a Arrive at West Winton same day by 8 p a. February, May August sod November. 0 Statet.McQueen I
history America .
It-Wm Wiut*jeu Fit; Slop).. BraaEerrlintuo. i Decree at the Cent House, in the tows of Newnansrille : Sketches of over fifty celebrated heroic c&aiacten.Beautifully including. Arrive at New River tame day by 7 p a. 6847 From Veraon to Andrew's Bay 45 miles 10. The distances are given according to the aa&.,., 1'1 I
in Alachoa Count/,oa WEDNESDAY with 6816 'roosOary'a Ferry:to Fort ilartee and and beck once a week.- best information; bat no increaved pay will be al> "
Mwck IS-W C.r.el.awrA Ohedc Md the I day ff MAYwt, Gt 12 d&t J T, illustrated 12mo namefous engravings.One back once a week. Leave V.rDOIIl'rida7.n m; lowedjbocld they be greater than advertised, if McIntosh r
to wet i ABtk* right title, interest and estate 5oL400 pages royal ciuthjiit. Price Bidden will state the distance and propose a: nt St Andrew's. 8 the points to be supplied be correctly stated. Bidders ,
Lady 7.11 Dr A lloldvrff, IndUnna B S Mosly, '. Arrive Bay same day by p m| ATTORNEy '
which the said Leigh Read had in and the schedule departures and amvalev must inform themselves oa this point. AT LAW.
to twe
Leave St Andrew's 6 -
Ricb lire dtrr OK J L : Mat Col Bay Saturday at am
The subscriber publishes a Bomber ef most valuable i
6817 From Derhoa sad 11. Postmaster General b .JacbonTi1Je. I
described The prohibited bylaw
following grants tracts or parcels of land Alligator, by Ohtstee Vernon 8 F. ,
Phillip Leourdj FU J L SbceldM 8; Got S Arrive at same day by p m;
; the of his Pictorial Books/very popular and of such to New River 46 miles adT*ck week. from making a contract for thetraAIpor&ati '
at tua death or which his Administrator > ,once a. Ml knowingly
Coon
B Thmapeo*FU Col K S EM! S C W. Coil 6343 From Milton by NathaasvOle,
; *, ; moral and religions influence that while good Smith & dford.ATTO.R
UormMiy It B C. bath since had, or_bath; awl also all thestate Leave Alligator Friday alC a a t Ala,and Fort Crawford to Sparta 70 miles sad fIl the mails rub any person who Br -, )
ClrympK to their .
men may safely engage circulation they Arrive at New River day by 10 1h&Il1aa.entered into or to enter into
right title interest, dower,or stales of same p at hack once a week. propose AX 0
dower which..Elba Bailey, formerElisa win confer,e public benefit, and teosive a fislrwnensation Leave New River Saturday at Com Leave Milton Wednesday at 6 a a an/eombiaatiea to prevent the making of any bid 1 _LAW : .

Meetlecs .( Societies U Jacksonville. Read, widow ot the said Leigh Read, hath or ever for their labor. Arrive at Alligator liy by 10 p ss. Arrive at Sparta next day by 6 a t for a mail contract by any other person or persons EOIJC2703.IH CSA-JfClIT\ II
had or which her present husband. William Bsiby. EjETTe men enterprise aad tact this business 6818 From Alligator by&twannee Shoals to ...Sparta Friday at 6 a m(p | or who shall have made any. agreement or shall AOigalur mtid \
"SOLOXON LODOE \.. 20." of Free sad : hata or may or.hare in aad to the said offers aa opportunity 'for profitable employment Bloout's Ferr 736 miles and beck ence a week. J. Arrive'Milton next day by 6 p m. have given or. performed or promised to give w'perform. WILL jYocwaxm&s IU
seldom to bo with. .
Accepted X-- nMUoa thoUtaadSd W- lands which ate located bounded aad dooibad as met Leave Alfigator Frida/at f a a i 0 6849 Prom Milism b1 East River and AUqua nay consideration whatever or t.I. to them attend prompt/to all baaiaen entuta
follows, to wit f' _' 17 Persons wishing to eegsge to their sale; Arrive at Blount's Ferry same day b6 pat : !do, or not do, anything wSatever, to crier toinduce 0_
M rf each ad -ua at 11.2.'cloak will receive mall te Uehee Anna 89 miles and back once. a week.. H.
lsyi Circular containing : wm.
every promptly by n IasveBloaCCa aid a other or not to bid for a svrnr I .
; Fsrry Saturday
lit.One .traot ef land containing (.> tour ; Leave Milton Wednesday 6 a any person ptoas nifiraw,
mj Office
P. X. tbonsand acres, which was granted b/the SpesichOereruuseCCtolreacioLSoacb.sasd.tbs.qe.at. fall particulars, with"-Directions to persons Arrive at Alligator sane day by 4 p a.. Arrive at Uehee Aana aext Friday by 10 mi mail contract. Particular attention b called the at Alligfttor. I Office at 1W'1IaIIniJ1e.
"JACKSONVILLE ChAPTER 1T.. 12." ef which disposed to act.Agents together with toms oa 6819 From Alligator, by White Springs,Jasper, 'Leave Uehee Anna Saturday at 6 a m i p 28th section of tht act of 1836 prohibiting. combinations JaJl 7-17 4
they wm be fomUhed, by adirtssiog the Belleville Jennings,Cherry Lake Uamborg,, and to prevent bidding. \'
ly eonarmod to hiss by the United -
Royal Arch Mstou saoeU on the Jut Fridef SlateMituaatein paid.kOBERT Arrive Milton next Monday by 6 p m. M.IX* (CoIJDIt
Townships 6aad7So, Range 13_East, sabecriher Met C1iSoD,1GMorjieUut 86 miles aid hack, once a I Bids for ."Mk11 service will be aooddered. 12. A bid received after time-vis: 3 p-m. of 0 .
each and every aonlh at 7 1.2 o'clock P.iLFLORIDA and which was caused to bo located and surveyed BEARS, Pcsusvxe. w ek> ; 330 from PeneacoU by Rickety, Ala,to Mo. the 10th of April 1855- without the guarantee Builder.and Contractor
LODGE X*. 1." X. 0. ef 0.7., for the said Socns ev his Assigns, stnder the nsthority 181 William Street N..-Tart. Leave A1H gator Monday at 2 psjj bile 5?alice and back daily.' required bylaw or that combines several routes Shop 03 Ocean ,
Street.-
meet* every TmeiJiy trMbg at 7 1-t o'eUck. of the United States by the iurreyor General von SALE : Arrive at MontiBeDo next Wedneeday by 9.p a; Leave FansaeoU daily at 12 at to one sum of compensation eanaut be considered _feb3
Leave Monticollo Thursdly at 6 a a ia competition with a regular proposal reaaoaaUeto iy
of Florida to the U uarter of the year 1841, ) Arrive at Motile next day by 6 a m;.
as will ssore full/appear b/ the Maps Flats and STHE SUBSCRIBER offers for.sale' hU Arrive at Alligator next Sa&arcla71111 p a. Leave Mobile duly at 7 n a j amount. FROST & .
ELECTION TSOT1CC. Surrey Bills of the sane iataeeOeo ot the Surveyor ), known as Fort George, situatedat Bids for semi-weekly service will be.considered. Arrives Penaaooia next day by 212.Q1S1 ..- 13. Bidders should to aQ eases, lid propose for BOULTER,
THE Ulna .laiaa far a* IUad Dt a" iii General of Florida. and also as lbs.Lsad the mouth of the St Johns Eut 'o i 6820 Fred Orange Springs,by Morrison's Mills Froa Pcnaacola to Warringtua 9 miles service strictly according to the advertisement and Genera] Commission Merchants
.nol too Towa of JaaktoariDo Office Hap in Newnansvilb District,sad being The place has been well known for bun/ years, and Fort Crane Mioanopy,29 stiles aad back pA back daily.. then if they desire tep+raUty for different service 101 State ',
L. held at be _-: .1'n said tow oo 21_ the same lands which were eonte/ed to,Ibo said and a detailed 4.sertptissiotheretorisaneoesary. twice a week. LeavePensaeoUdaily at31-2atni sad if the regular bid be the lowest offered for lb. TTTILL Street Bottom JJtar, 0
rps* the principal Island then are upwards of Leave Orange Sprinp Tuesday and Friday at advertised service, the other bids may be considered pay atrict and prompt atteatioa .
to tale
day A2Ji4y qijwil aexf. .pius will beopsard Leigh Bond/ "..Marvin and b/ Francis Arrive at\f&rriJtPla. daby 61-2 a a| VV of LUMBER
&tlOwclocks M. aad elueod at 4 o'clock gaacbes bytheir eds dated U 1839 and 1840 1060 acres ef high land'Of"hida 400 acres an to 4amj Leave Warriagtott daily .1 a., if the alterations proposed are recommended other Southern TIMBER COttON sad.
a state ef cultivation. The soil b fertile and Arrive a&Micancmy same daft by 1 117 the postmasters .1 citiaeDe iDteratlcl or If Frodaoa,
p. m.on that day. ,e.p.ctivelysM recorded bf the.'AUehea County pro-. pat Arrive at Fonsaeotosacae day by 10 a a. oc7-.tf i
The fuIowinguaased pence are hereby arpnfat Clerk's Office to Beet-r ef deeds. daeus ezealbat ereps CMtoa sat Fiwvbione.. It Leave hlicaa.pytesdaysodZniday at 2,a t 6852 Froa New Orleans La,by Pensvols) ., theyshall appear auitll&11 nil and proper. "' OLtVD. '
.1 iMpeetor lIlaaWeI.ct ;.-Oeorj* R-XMtor ._ :.ALSO, b abo well adapted for the cultivation of Sugtr Arrive at Orange Springs came dsys by U)a a. ApaUehaooU, St. Marks Cedar Keys Tampa and 14nen should be bet cue reels bid for a a _0 __ ROYAL BOULTER. ''

Edward A.Oak ssI Gourp Wktato.Givet. U Aa eadiriaW leterest"( ,$OO)Mesa hundred Besides the UghlskJ, there 11 a large body CC 6SJ1'From Ocala,by Long Serimp. to Adaasvin -- Manatee,to Key W- lfXXJ; miles and back twice proposal. ,Prtrate BoardlaetA. ::-
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.. der mr hanj and the aoal of tho town acres to a certoie other tract of two bossed aIr ISM betaoging to the Plantation easily suseeptibio ,30 miles sad back once a week.gsaQcsia5g.odays&Isa a mouth to steamboats. 15- The route,the service, the yearly pa/ the TIlE sahseriber :t
[L.8J of JackjoarilJ this 17th day ef acres lying to the East of, and adjoining the traetabore of drainage and high_enlUvatioe er of be- 0 Leave New Orleans oa the 10th aad 24th of each nae and residence of the bidder,and those of each iSpuUic, that he b lespeet&Oatorae Oe
March A. D. 18SS. snoetioned at Set theessiil *esa.wb'eb tog soed for manuring purposes. .There Is also a Arrive at Adaarville ssae dnv by 4> pat month; member of a arm,atone a oompuay offers,should limited number of prepared to smomianlsts 4
F. c. BARRETTxfesdral was granted by the Spanish Government to Jeespa vast smiMfofshells, truss which tte. best lime Learn Adaaevilto Friday a&6I Arrive a Key West ea the 20th n and 4th be dietiactly statedi also the mode of conveyance, pod board at reasonable families er single persona. with
Attests ZG0W0.C.C. s.555.L.s aadibsses.tlsss1ased I.kIesSMetbora ,eonldke oktamed Ja'nu.Is a eonforteble Arrive at Oeala same dar b/f p SB. Leave Key Wsstoa. the 10th sad 24th of 0 each Ifsbigberaede than norssback be mteadedl The rates. \ |:I
Dw Bb> lieu,., with afluosaarj-eut- 6322 frees Adamrrllle, ky Pine Beragk and and TbebOU55isLt.5e4haap5p5of the
the United States a&d whirkwa.- g j month tArrivs words"witIa1erit1.,certainty, security I it V
by
buildiiin.and onarters far 60'negroes. .The climate Lab 0rUb.Ie rtBatler.. M saOes cad back the willconditats and Moaree etreetsT'Jack
todkate
ted sad the United at New Orleans ea tie 2O\Ja and !th.TNETECCT1ONR inserted to mad.ofooovjasej[ mviOe,Fie Ida. *
KOTICG.. surveyed k/ &aaea.cr50451 leslie perUoUy healthy for whites and blacks eoce a ".. . a "6lilr 4." 0 A.'COT._ A
tike of Jaaaar/l
the Ooaeral of florida J
authority
Surveyor
.be TUB 8t a erX! nrfu, Will, to the 24 quarter tlCitM; year 1841, cad which Ii. during thQ whole year: TheQne'oCsteamecsZraniChsrleetnn *. Leave Adaatvme Friday at 3 p at :. 'IS. Bidders requested to lie,as fat as praetioabl 0 ," _- i.or
'nrTTirtoneh .twice a.week Thus offering the Arrive at Fort Butler next day by I p at -
at ST.AC4tsnliE.so the situated pt6' sf&a&ge 13 eVmth best pass end nurket facilities ThesnbSBribef Leave Fort Better at tie JFbra e/e eropoeol isAcrs thtairtfrvm odosr *;the printed fora of proposal famished bj C. B (bk. :-:... 4
trssqmtatk Thursday ;
7Ua.r MaKt tooting JttkMrSle at the sisal sad East,ae will sacs fall/. by lbs Maps I -' 0 t-.iaI".p t41J1M tw' the departaeat to wnte eat to full the sum of
time 3 o'clock A.M. March 17-: appear is nose vetoetaady eenstntoed k/the tale 0 Arrive,tAdswiIle silt dajl7 12. sad ef taeav fN 0 fReed's NeAaeatofWA B
bids rstaia
< aad Flats ef the sssae,1s the office ef theServe/er Tof..countyst -.State,ef their to copies l ; :
: health with Plantation valuabk 6323 to Hoaossiss .12 mOes sad 7- .
eTUs port s> ee 0 F.ARpata .
Gasses ef Florida 'the &Jtere411idt con be -considered, and ao bids J-.u : .,;
;aad&*1M D.& Lead Offloe at -- -,propose to convey aaUsfroja July 1. R.
\\"ILLI1.U Ll UrOJ A Co.Toa4 KewaaasviDe.being the';saae &n..a;hundred ia SMelt;aMesCC issk-iespr.visest This back tw a"teL ; 1655 to June JO,ISaS.on.ronte So, --..,frontto once suomitted eaa be withdrew KEEPS
b the eotorensee which todnaee.hint to sell' for 0 '.Uave Augusta ./54 Sat d/:ateam : 7 em.w'-"y as baa? a IDi.
acres(the sadivided part sad panel ef*el* twethiiisemit his.',: .eas. foilrealised 5oab.p.timwie'T1rtGeer15.5 Us '" r -agreeable,to the advertisement Each.bid aw(he guaranteed two responsible 0 n-EUTJDd
&AUZaou, I wittUv s.u... acre rraat) whioh was eeareyedrby the experience Ferfur.* Ani', atU anesisse.tame r 4aritIY 12 a;' of the ,Pastatactcr General dated January 12,I persons.. Gjueral juaraatces caoaot be admitted CY GOODS wInch" '
fFtrmtrty\ fLvfUmtOU saidWU2aa fiarvto' to the 0 sad Wlewtog node of eoavera TM- for cash. ofsafaaz4cb.g4fl:
Formerly said Leigh Eoad tom cbm-paxtioilane.ese.eaa be bid to-UrJ. R' LeatS Bt W.dn.sstaysa&tda7 U.' 1855. by **, :
JVXfe&&C, I }MK/WtDur,&c. .lilt u..1r1 dUddA&.411Si5,. sad eeeesded! May Port Mills.East Florida -ertOhlsssetfFertJlette 2mt : -- tle&au1n. -- ( 1?. The bid b.st4'ba .sealed 1 superscribed S"asS r'JJ"at4uR Jy
Thompson -- "
BookD"ef Ptesss the AtoehnaCasukty Clerk's -- I : .. saiT SUto.<-; addressed
Sea Island ,arid Cotton ;South CartSaa. *&AItdaaJae i by .P.68 .. propm rII.
Upland .1*. 'CHARLES pArry.From Melomdes ky'Cedar .Tree to fact nil profosal is aad.yU faQ knowledge 14 the 1,9.0e54 j.musao*: Post master Geaeral* o.t : '\{
t R.THOXFS05r. 0
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and JliccJTACTORS The terms of said sale wID,.as Vlowsr One 21 ailerMdheek,eoce...ki dbUaee of tM roeie,the weight ef the'mad'tobesarnied Office,aad seat b/aaOaot.by or to, aa agent Gr.tft dl

,FOBIT ABDI5O.SERCS1VTS., third 1856.acheosthb4p.ystitj.esjd 0feiaeJ Sg third ftrst ef Jannary, -$ j -.. 1J.l....rLe1.I .Dad.leave* Jletoadeseeterda/isttv sir 0,. mvtfaad aad service all ether sad particulars aba after fa faU reference. .!.the lo* asulpostmastenwOlao fa their* unclose prnpoaab totUrsot .- ATCH(iii t\c.MAKER AD ,JEW1La ::1.
kind
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jM/able the Iris ) qtfarterireturns.. iu
Dado by 8 any LVP ad. .
185? ..fTf'' riiu1: :taiphero, e' v&. .Arrive at Fort sasse day p | ) ..
January, .wUhJetessstfremsUtsef ef the hatrantiacs sa4Z55frSa50stteCbIdto the eonlrids tol ILtVIO..retrne&
gatugaysti-at- 13. The are >e executed sad returned Isc .
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J.ISSIO] for which the Wefcaser's ootes knows PMVATB BOARDING flOtSE.o.spee4by1kLTa7tOtTh -: xJ'e adverteesieat 0 E'. beg have ;
: win.beTskea wUh Ani"a&J stms4o.ty12 II tC to the 4.partmn1111er before the 1st ef July, tod. liIIllnilaJ. .
thesgfcJserfssJMgthatf.Ueyafofcot beese Is large ndtsiBsy >ated- (SgWd) bo frisidased ;
aidwten hcjg5sid ._ | 1853'b the service must swaaeaeedea the she J1IWio -
ysmsPiisbT
sftcm. $75WaUr,CXAJUXSTOV s.c. eses50dioos,u41itut6a street 'A.yareb girs44. _bls'i .
dM Master Gvarmttt.
the Tsem zpsitisesfor
ayye.fltbsp.eeslss1sstftdapewlles and hek.t f/e sun day:BOX* allen that -date,'aUltrIJae sootnct"be -Qe W 11Fh&1
1Th:35r.rartaw luuU m tU Factory. .' :'tathesteaetteeeeertiCoetoerirfewill .a.d now offered for-aav_one;wishing Iiosgegebsb ''. Pare Lea"U Bibs pistc. -HUSaUrtavsJ if a ss i _'-7bs.sodeiiii&, iisldI.iitSiieof' ...NepropositMa fox. &.. hope.W ci.uro .u.aa .I

'J .0.a.. -7.-n. he given to Oe peichaser.nad whee fike aetss b.da.ewtoeictreKemy'fom1lyvsisIeatAuasl7es1b. 0 Arrive a .Pert.., t1.1' -, BBdertake 4.tf the loregoing bid t* fers win be eooeMsred aatil the contracts are exe tothwb whb.habaSIk.irlmltdaniss .:
." are fall/paid thrtthe ubjsriher trtlle s 8ee. -. Lsaq,0sy7vrt5atrday&Ll pa eitr/Bf aheauUea tseiegsv..boaeceaisidhy cited iadaefons and leoetved etthe depactoieaUandthMB voebmoslIke .
z"FI'_ ..17-1- eWdseeasive/anse te. SMal tor*.as Jiastor to i-3e11Gof11it"_ ", ." ..:j A'__. ,: I ,Astv.stpterirt1IesomsdeviIy7pa." AeNstasetor AhLM4S shall.prJe wiB he allowed jnlenfoovai '- -W. .c'.r- C ,

., : J r Bivei ISLelgpos1sed4 IStISMdarCCJsiJ, 18Be.efeeeftaa thereafter de aetoBtteJSDe .raN givs2**' be 4M '. 'r 0
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JUctttSntfOf'c : Corp.S : 0 w.isee; '
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I f' ',(1' : *staad fcrtterty occupied
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XLARCOURT BRADLEY & CO. I .IedlsaihaSZCOliD. MOKD4T-fit JANVA.RYacrt ..( '." "tllft J :' toeat CfIThtIJsS$YERICLZSc/oddearWlsa ...sear

44 Mat$& Mewbeater.., '_," ,;uaderlh* continued.diroeticsM* Steasa 1brtDc.of U1 r.4slnd per, ,VIII 'oPAJlIL CAWAGBS kilt JJUCK.CREU '

4 frin ti r Wanknut 102 ir.xLStrttt, Ou*?. ltisbw President BevrCauausP.B.MAattjr, ,,.UolOO.- oressly IbrbISCehN CwsSieurssh1efwbicbewcuw TIm HOUSE a comno cite/
MtjUU nftaeL Amtriem ErtablUf*. who wUl'Jb*aided b j aa experienced and coup. .SawttUsi.NsgarMIU. .. irU18 lOR CASH It CJJA.-m' f accommodate tory oos ,

MsUk.38 JU*.Stm(4- 102 Aassatt-Sbv ; Ifn -- -- let Faculty of Prof toon and I'eacbell b tb*?. "'. ..>LBOBAJLD. andean forty or fifty
r.11.a.. -- rioetsdipacmenta. A amt thorough awt.**!**. ',Hors. Powers j DrrIirI "J Ie Ml- pTI ne. Ii. kwated oa HilL Tha Creek
Is a Tahtabl discovery ,for dedeoars.of odatatkii solid sod ornamental is ".Crist Mills, Lc. I : :" abounds 11th FISnaa4th smrrouadmgscmatry

Tn ; tie feet front damp or cold, andthetWgreaprrwntaUvtof tfforded by this InsUtatioaAppUeatioq. -. ; _. -, and aQ other machinery used la this country. 1iI.uJa GAME, aflordtng great attractk to
many Lang diseaees ; /or admission f can b*made to the Iron and Brass Castings.PLOBIDA -, S.. & .E .M. Gilbert, SPORTSMEN. I
OTtfl.HlSMyd sccorfaisjitAateMr. The Hydromageai 'President or to ih*'lie f ,W'l J. KeIth Secretary I .S :Sa : :. KA1WJAC'l'tlREtS.?DU- V.pams win be spared to reader thos.wksfa.TW .

*tatte bola of a IOta.aad worn inside the boot orshoe. to'the Board Trustees..;: Th high character ai wort noticv LEMia-aUdaserJpUoneof CAB- hiss with a can eossfortabl*and aapvy.

Its iiMjiceleci character is a powerful aatiTor --.J tI Uiii Seminary.learning,'tit.healthfuuotf of its machlaejy parehased:ft.aaiuwfJipuKo be ;:_ RUG.; at No*.3 and 40 Went.wort HORSES sad CARRIAGES will bebs readiaess
:...' c location and th* morality and intafligeon of the 'In aay part of the. StaLe,, by *Strttt nd N47Iatrr6ckarIsstcn: to eonvey Travellers ia th* Interior.MAGNOLU (. .

GenUemea It wd ba found agreeable,warn community la which is located.commend 1 competent machinistswhea_aired. and upon I Oar Stock.b aa extensive cw, and purchasers '

a4 healthy.to rtbaooId.storr&Ith.stw.Mh. : i *; to th*liberal patrons.f th*people of tb*.State I l!' 'w'-' aanlplCCtWJl requested. t 'call oa as, em v..eaa llOUS'IT.AVGLETIUZFLL. .

_. as the fooieannotbecosn wet the Hydromageaistaeerted. :. .ByordazcthsBoerds : 'I ifir1ameSwithout offer gnat,indocotaeate to styto aad prjeosiaay .
.. J diee bay wear the lightest soled u-taa WM.J."e Sec'y; 1i&rse.fOCNET A GOOKIN article bought acar'estsJlbbaiStaZe tn scUblishmeBt beea
Wots or shoes to the most Inclement weather with -.5 ,- J- -, .jufyS-tf; rpmS Ihovougfctry rose.
: .PBOVI8ION8, *W 1"01UJdera..adM-.I. ranted fa every respect. : :: Jail G.&t JL: .rated dsrtag the past. snamr-..p.j.

laalt.7lwbUe., so prevalent among ,reoelvdby 0 Bookman from I k ." maN wom'j UuvapPat.cleanpd, aad Is now ready:fcr
: brig
the Toang of oar country *7 be thwarted bytheir > jt ..C .& ani P posjtory Families,Jsnrtlids, Transient '
Boarders Aa. Ter
reajiral adoption. They arillrelyfuftrttdt .. J.NswYork. 'g--. ,B. 'W..BIGGS k Co., the tatareXn.S'l'OLL
will
have th
*
.as the latter caaee the feet to perspire 30 barrels Mess Pork, PJesoiiilz..;n. : : AT THE WHITE ROVER dene. Mrs. DAVIS her swperiatra
ta a Tery aahealthy manner j and besides, are not ';: .20 F? Hiram Smith's Fl'/ .A BE BOW prepared to execute promptly'order! 1 8oath.W..an.rol- thanks tor th* liberal predecessor retara bee
horetofbr
.JMflarssai wear to pedestrians ie7wla1ber.like The "Bunlngton usUno1r.Q2Li11o ; 23 hafrbsrTCIs Hiram Smith's Flour. .tx. for Steam Engines Saw Mills Sop r Mills H STZiro aad WTSTWORTH anEJT8. eel regrets parting with patroaag old assnoistteca reeiv.

IskCa rubber. While this latter eaase the feet to '2 tierce Sugar.Cored Hams new, and Pans Grist Mills. Hors ro..,'.lion sad rcarz.go&c; : : faaury .., and solicit a eoatlanaaceof oa aceoaatof

appear extremely large the Hydromagea being hogsheads Bacon Sides ana Shoulders., Brass Castings,' and every ,variety of Machinery4 ,CARRIAaES of*vry doscripUoa,at Ih*JowuIpdeta favor slider th*present ... lb. pavt.
a taere thin slice of cork prepared peculiarly pla- "14 firkin Goshen Battery Casting. Forging and Blacksmith Work,Saw MiU', Uways oa handr aad no article Kid.xept prif tor will use every exerttoo.with th.aeistaaeaof pr*
eed inside doee not Increase the Ue of the boat or JF'loirlclcu. -- 12 boxei Cheese. .. Steamboat and other repairing.. such. as can be warranted, the faDed term by the hostess to give &
present general
esvasothe toot to appear unUd,. To Children they r., '.2U'rees'Leaf Lard,, -;Thay will continue the manafactnre: and keep JalyS-tf. aaVHNATHAIYhoIcsaIe ?. &
Jfo debt MAbilitie win b*paid the
6 II' by propri
valuable in kegs hand jhelr.variety otI'iows Timber
as
ztrasaely coniUnUy
art they may o ,
engage .
I xereis*with comfort and healthy effects. Their THIS well known HOUSE;, situated( on'the corner,of Newnan -.- C half barrels Fulton Market De f, .' Cart*, Chains,.Lc..towhickthey. rerpectfnlly hvvite \ TIa-Warc Fa toq. UdiraUysitnatedth tor uoUes Ida written*r verbal order.' The. Was
Is so slight as to scare need mention beside Ife I Mackerel in barrels and tits : patronage. .July 8- I -
; '
expense
I *, those who patronise them will lad their yearly and Adams streets, within .& few rods .of.,the Post Office, arid ".Salmon; u kits, tt.VERONEB. '4 B 'O. Rooms ally, clean, and Beatnen ltat(

doctor'bill much duaixisAed thereby. 20 sacks Liverpool Ground Salt, ". JacksoBTllle, BUcksmltMDg. 'Wholesale Dealers hi laraljoed bandsomely,-cotolag
't ,As the Hydromagenis becoming more known its near to the S 1.nlloai landing, and most .convenient" .to the 1 cask Driedtpp1es, An PLAINED JAPANED.TIN,;WARE,' wanting.

pale i I.increasing to aa almost incredible extent Churches has justreceived.: new COAT .and'lias been renovated S barrel"A pples,t MACIDNE'SHOP, this method of Informing their'friends Being entirely built of wood which renders it
Last year ta Lobo Manchester Birmlnghrun, ., Buckwheat FloUr in sacks and boxes and. a M former Stand of&dg1 kk. TAKE customers that they hav r.osuty mad free from damps MS. Tb rooms connected by FeU

a. Liverpool Glasgow Leeds Dobtia Paris Antwerp from top to bottom with {every convenience,,jferjufcr .inr perfect foil assortment of Provisions and Groceries of all T7URNISHES Ploughs of all klDda'Timber'CarriaJeI lure additions to their machinery,. sad' art now ding doors which Fir place and blind to wiadewsthrough

Eaatburgh sad Berlin our sales reached 1,732- kinds and for sale by. ._ X1 prepared to execute all orders in the above. opening to the Plane which afford a II.
order. The Table will be under the jsuperinendance| of fttt experienced ?185MILLER Carte Chains for MiHav. Mill work of lightfal promenade of 300 feet and the
January A McCTJEN. protect
4U pairs of corks Soles This year the number : all kinds Sugar Mills Ac..f with neatness and dispatch. ,Our Wares an all

i will far urpass that Housekeeper, and shall not be Surpassed. byaiiy; !other I. .... :: ;? Particular attention paid to Steam Boat' and warranted not to leak- and to lie of the beet work.. able house Rttrtat from rain from void eopfineaejit wiads Ae stall,aad forms a aVair-ef th

M Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as this climate. The has determmed.thatbisecrtionsio : Lone Star ..... .dStaflraP.tUE Saw Mill reparing. Wheelwrighting clone at shor- mansbip.Terms year.' The Boas is situated Ia seasons *
a central
poai&ieafaeiat
4, a preveutative for Cocoas COLD BaojtCHms in Proprietor ..* *. d ted notice.. C AUorden left at the store of S. mad accommodating,and Country orders the
South and retired from .
ether bousse.Iiconts.Ins
"Th.A and CoKstrnmox. merit the which shall be bestowed.'upon;him N*Williams will be promptly attended to. promptly. attended to '
Mcif Size pr. pair, 35 Csrrs.LiMES patronage ; UNDERSIGNED would Worm"the eiti- avg 19-It ... YARMAR. Also Country Roofing sad Guttering don with 45 room*aad conveniences ba general

1 do. do 30 do. shall be without regard to trouble expense.. i Jit .sera ,Jacksonville. and vicinity, that be -- dispatch. .- and. for accommodation cannot' be surpassed
Bon' A MUSES' do 25 do. ha*fiWednp the rooms 63 th Market dee.23 2m B.S. CAJtUitA .
.l formerly occupied bvthe To taeib1io. STATE STREET near *
with
STABLE is attached to .the House goodHorses
LIVERY
A
Nonei>-From the Retail Prices we make a BpuMieanome*,_- aiRESTAURANTiaa nor.18-&a CharUtton. 8. C.
tery liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers and carriages.: The Western 'Stage leaves.this .House style which he think will give genersJjatfafaction. rpHB UNDERSIGNED 'successors to'BenT iU. i ltiJi '

a*that aay storekeeper may make a.fine profit ontheir It will be hit aim te furnish the choicest of WINES, JL ,TIXAICS, No.3,Holmes'.Building have in Fraser &Thompson, PALATKA E. FLA.
sale while article be after the arrival ofthe Savannah and Charleston boats. LIQUORS and SEGARS 'and store and tor& ,
they are aa they maj soon unexceptionable FACTORS'). iww sad pleuqt Ertablkhmcat,".&.
1 kept ia say store among any class of goods Oct. 21 1854-6m S. BtJFFINGTON. OYSTER and GAME SUPPERS la Short, to A GENERAL ASS08.TafBNT'.OJ' COMMISSION" MERCHANTS- THIS 'up for th* aaeoouaodatioa.of the Traveling
satisfucMoa .' '
Tot terms apply to1L&kCOVRT give complete to hi*patrons.A
BRADLEY cO,, %* Republican copyWATOII1S _- ._ couple of fine BILLIARD TABLES will : MERCHANDIZE. Ad er'f ,Ncrrtf Wharf Public aDd casarpas*d by any OB*hitherto
33 Ann Street New-York. soon be added to his aftabiUhment. i Connsting" Dry Goads Groceries Provisions .CharI stoa'S.C* established is now open for the reception ef
Boarders Mrs. M.
doc23-tl' JOHN WHEELER. I Hardware and .aad Glassware raxt' 'rWsa |, ritn.s.nonrsosCopartnership superintended by Zawadsky
rz THE CHEST. Cutlery, Crockery _i,: whose earnest ear will be t*J.aao aU sad

SIR ASTL.EY COtlPER DART., BI.D. JEWELRY SEYER1ARE Groceries .*c.<" .4 I Hats large and assortment Caps, Boot of Books and and Shoes Stationery Saddlery,and aad all a notice; who will caD .; Th pablic patroaeg b everyone rtopectfany -

.I .the eminent Medical Practitioner left avaluable THE subscriber, having purchased the stock of other articles.suited to th* tradi to,which} they TUB undersigned bate this day formed a Coprt solicited. 8.GLINSKI.sep236m .
'
to the world in his : of Mr. S.N. Williams. respectfully
legacy AND invite the attention etth public and ask them to JL p under the arm of MATTBICSSC
Great Preventative Consumption, solicit the patronage of the public.'Hewill: Always call and examine,their, stock before purchasing A, 0'...and will eoaU u...he Wholesale and
keep on hand and fresh WHt&JlW >3
fnllsopply Stock
of ii5WJlL
CCRE'FOR elsewhere, .'thai flatter-themselves,that they Retail
UNFAILING PULMONARY FancyGods. FAMILY GROCERIES, sell low for cash CLOTHING TAILORING BUSINESS.at CHABLESTOff S. C.
which he will sell on reasonable terms. My Stock I can a*' as anyone des, country f ,
t DISEASES, produce. the dResS and THE VcdcisitBtd would etf.n i..
will.be corner Bay Queen strseU. T istr ,
vithout the Me of Medicine. 0GEORGE from the constantly North. replenished. by new arrivals T. IL BUBTOrT. | M. W. GRAVES, Charlatan, S. C.' form his fii
lrLCBs.rt.thentedendadvi.edtheuseof FLA'GG : Dec.2-301. JOHN S.TOWNSEND. rr N.D-1fW.Gun.wouldrupe, WiL MATTHIESSEy h* has leased that extensive and wen knees.-
the Inform the public that b*still continues the July 1,'M. WM. P.O'HARA. teblishment. the PLASTERS HOTEL sad b
: )MEDICATED CllESTPROTECTORfTX 'Wl1o Shall these Hoots 1"bURR DAOVERREAJT BUSINESS tgT Manufacturing Etlabluhmtnt, 36 Pratt now ready for the reception of visitors. Its eligi

all persons of all ages and ., as a JftoltoorLXTlllo.: 3E2eiJ9t ., UNDERSIGNED hare opened a strut Hew fork under the tuperinUndanet of ble location being convenient to an lie bunaecs

JL certain and a safe shield agaiart consumption inform the citizens of this andsurrounding* country that the manufacture of BOOTS and one door west Dr.1I.D.Holland's residence. J.MATTHUtaf [",.52m localities will commend it to those who visit th*
WOULD place
Bronchitis,Asthma Cough Cold and other afflictions respectfullj ,on the corner of Newnan ud For- Jacksonville July 8, 1854. city on basiness and no exertion or expons will
of the Lungs which arise from tilt exposed he has again opened at his old stand, tyth street, next door to store formerly occupiedby Ifotlre. be spared by the Proprietor to promote the cess.

State of the chest according' fashion, and the SUM E R S' n L.QCK. J B. HowelL They hare received a sew supply The People's Clothing, mitE JL CO-PARTNERSHIP under the firm orTumiO. fort aad convenience of his guests and reader his
oantinnil changes of our climate. material, sod in the quality sad style of PICKNEY A CO, i*this day dissolved. house, in every, worthy of the public patreaag
!i "The Protector"limply a chemically prepared \ with larce and selected stock of their manufactures, hare no doubt ef pleasing the DRY GOODS AWD STORE.At The settlement of it* affairs, by mutual and sirpport. He is pleased to add that he ha*

: far, lined with silk and padded which, suspended WA 9a1S .v ii2V I WA lA public, whom we now ask to give ns a trial agreement devolve oa WILLIAM N.TITNNO, eecar lb.services,as Book keeper l Jlr;J.W.
from the neck covers the chest in *o agree ible a wwt dec23-2m BACKMAM MARCHER. ( the sign of the GIANT'S BED CAP,) to whom all persons having demands or being in. Lamki 10 Ioar and favorably known &e the ks.vellig .

'J iaanar that one worn, it becomes antctttity and DFANCY Insolvent Notice J MODE returns thanks to his friends and citi- debted are referred.WILLIAM community ofthis and the adjacent itat.

'; .C. G-OOIDS' CATALINA C. SKIFF. Administratrix, and e seas Jacksonville antfsurroundiaooiantzy M.Tm O.JL July 8-Sin G.1V.BOUL

;; "he Protector" although but recently Introduced to which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the ., Administrator of aQ and singular for past favors bestowed on him, and solicit a eonitnnance Q. PINCKNEY Ja.

into 4JZI.T1C&ts making rapid progress through New York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer my customers 'inducements, both as the goods, chattels rights and eredita of of the same. As he has now entered into Charleston, August 3Ut ISSf.SepLI MAGNOLIA HOTEL,
the United States the Canada, South America, be George F.Skiff; late of this county,deceased, having ajeopartnership with his brother hi Savannah the 213
that cannot in Charleston Savannah. Ute St.Johns
and or n BITer
aDd the West Indies. It has for a long time regards style price, surpassed this day filed in my office a written suggestionof business will be carried on more extensively,under ,
-
--
ba a staple article in England and on the conti- Among my assortment may be found the insolvency said estate: the style and firm of The Subscriber. IHDZE UUAKCE OF ClFT. U. J. MCHT.

ant of Europe while it has grown ia many conn WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do., NAPKjN This is, therefore to notify all persons having A. 4 J. MODE, Continues the DuI heretofore carried on.under THIS U anew House,recently opened r.r Ute ac.
tries to the position of an article of dress. RINGS CHILDREN'S SETTS, *&, Ac. demands against said estate, to file the same, duly Wholesale and Retail Dealers th* name of TUNNO PINCKNEY A CO, Boarders and visitors from the
To demonstrate these facts enquire of any English FINE GOLD PATENT LEVERS.(full jeweled,) and authenticated before the Judge of and Goods and tenders to his friends the renewal of his ser North daring th*ensueing and future atasoas.It .
resident in your vicinity his knowledge of DETACHED M U Constantly on hand and mad to order from pur, Proved of Dnval County, by the ninth day of 'Clothing Dry vices. WILLIAM M. iraXO is steeled immediately on the Bt John's JUver,

the beneficial effects of wearing the Protector, U U LAPINES, coin, and warranted May next, at which time there will be a pro rata and oar friends will find at aU tunes a large and Sept 23 about 25 miles from Jacksonville and a short distance

wrraocr axcocasz TO rocroBisoof any kind. The (with A without hunting casen.) CUTLERY. distribution of tho assets of said estate amongst the complete Stock too numerous to mention. For from the mouth Elatk Creek, apd is meet
I oat wearing theee articles is a mere trifle, and SILVER PATENT LEVERS do. do. creditors thereof. quality and reasonable prices pleas call and convince NEUFFER, HENDRIX k Co. favorably located and conveniently fitted a, far th*

I;' sue will last some years. No one who values the DETACHED do. do. From the celebrated Manufactory of Geo.Wosten.U Witness my name as Judge of Probate, and ther yourselves,on Bay street opposite Col Sam- COMMISSION MERCHANT, purpose mentioned. Arrangements are mad fer
1' health of himself or his family will bo withoat LAPINE3, do. do. holm A Son consiting of I seal of said Court this the ninth day of mis'Lot,where you will find the AIM Giant's Red for tha sale of theaaeomBJodatiooof sijty boarders and already

I. u... The Hospitals ia this country are not alone From good makers, which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS I I..J November in the year of our Lord one Cap. Floor,Grain and Produce Generally, numerous visitors have availed themselves of a I*.
.t recommending them but rapidly introducing them. I good time keepers. RAZORS. .. thousand eight hundred and fifty-four. TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. julyS .CharUttan, S.C. tf cation at the")bp." Th House iscoaveaicat

g i Bareonrt, Bradly A Co,of London and Manchester JEWELRY. FELIX LIVINGSTON, Will be sold or'given away, the entIre Stock of GEO. ABBOTT t CO. to a Sac Mineral Spring, and boats and roneys ar*
England were originally entrusted with the FANCY GOODS, Judge of Probates Duval County. kept for the purpose of going thither. The pwprie-
manufacture of the Protectors by the lamented Conaissinp of Such as .CORALS PORTE. MONIES ACCORDIONS November H, -.. Dry Goods and Clothing. Jf.MEatt-Bay (tppoeite Boyct$Co't Wharf) tor respectfully invite strangers and citizens to

Dr.Cooper and continue to manufacture according GOLD GUARDS, FOB AND VEST CHAINS. PERFUMERY, LUBIN& AND Notice.QIX The presoat occupants wish to dispose of their.Ik Charleston, S.C, "drop ia"or sojourn at the Magnolia Ito..*ia wia

ie Us original instructions and therefore recoM- CUATELAINS LOCKETS, BRACELETS', OTIIkR EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS MONTHS from date, the undersigned AdO I tire Stock ia order tab ready tar tile aew Brick Dealer t* terorsaiaBMr.aBdthwafiardbim aa oppertaaitr
: mend those who would wear"The Protectors," to PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS SEALS PAP.IER-MACBEE JEWEL CASES Itrator or the Estate of Jas. B.Cole, deceased Store soon to be'erected oa Bay street, and make SPIRIT GAS. AND CAMPIIENE devoting that attention to their comfort which it

see to their being genuine. DIAMON RINGS, REGARn Do. ROSEWOOD WORK will present final accounts and vouchers to room for the nw stock which they intend to bring with. 'Lamps of every description for the sam will give himself and the able superintendent so
: L.zuiaa THIS IS A SIA1UI XETICIX, 10 KO GOLD THIMBLES SLEEVE BOXES PORTABLE the Hon.Judge of Probate for Putnam county,for en, aad ia a farther improvement of styles to barite much pleasure to maci&st.

PAT&JT UZIClJIIL AND COLLOR BUTTONS, WRITIFG DESKS, settlcount and will at the..'time ask to be customers. ALSO July J. A. 6TIME2Lnr..
RETAIL PRICES.OBIT'S STUDS, CUFF PINS, RETICULES FANS .* The liberal patronage J,M.has received during English and American White Lend Paints,
COMBS such Administrator.
. .. SUE, . .1,50 eachLADIES' BROOCHES, EAR RINGS BRUSHES THERMOMETERS discharged as the time he baa been In business this city, has of every kind,Linseed and Sperm
S. GLINSKI
rt do. 1,00 do.HOTS' GOLD SPECTACLES EYE GLAS- CEILDERNS'SES latka August, 54. Administrator., disposed him to dispose of whatever h* baa on July Oil Glass Putty,tc.. if oratf T Er
A MISSES do. 75 do. band at that fail
PLAIN AND SETT RINGNS TOYS TEA BELLS prices cannot to produce a smile
,
HARCOURT.BRADLEY A CO, CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS Ac. Together with rariou other articles toe numerous Valuable Sea Island'Cotton'and Aa, of pleasure from his customers, aad thereby reciprocate CONDICT, JENNINGS& Co TUB public been are informed that the abv Betel
33 Aa Street 4 102 Nassau Street the favors of the 'lie has determined footed from Dr. DiaaAX sad a.
Corn Land for Sale. j public. SADLEBV COACH HARD>"AR &
ARK.tomel1tiou. will In
SILVER patntt rentier the time
:' New-York, V.a. that the most fastidious shall not leave him No. 165 spared: to agreeableand
N. B.-CLOCKS,WATCHES and JEWELRY miles above the Bar of St.John's river Meeting Street
102 Wood Strut I AND DESSERT FOUR with dissatisfaction in to give talufaction to all who may fever si*
DINING to their
Principal Warehouse Cwl'- COMPRISING regard bargains. july. Ckarluton.S.C.
thoroughly repaired and varranted. at the thort- located on the river The tract with calL A
a new,Bathicg Uoa s* has Lea erte-
44 Market Strut Jlan AND TEA Caflonesudaill! We anxious wait
Lmdan Manufactory. FORKS,TABLE,DESSERT are to
notice. jy TERMS CASH. (oct28-ly embraces seven hundred and fifty five hundred upon ted at the
Do.ul acres MATTHIESSEN A O'HARA Spring for th. acoommodatioa of the**
r esd.r, England.H. SUGAR SCOOPS SALT AND MUSTARD of it and serve yon. Bead! read!! read! I II '
or nearly so, first rate hammock land who may dear to bath lame of tiMjbucf *h>krSpringt
B. Co, are establishing Depot for the sale = and in its with A. MODE BRO, Jacksonville, WBOL ALE CLOTHING, HOUSE
original state the of in th
of "The Protector" in all parts of America. Physicians about eighty acres eleare\ and well adopted exception for a aad next door to"Morning News"office, No. 143 Best Bay,corner Queen, able lor Country. The feeatioa b-,t.
Surgeons, Druggist, Clothiers,Dry Goods dec 2-tf Bay street Savannah. JaI,8 Charlatan, S.C. tf health mot pc tdia&h.Etat. 5.ae.
the
. also Gentlemen's crop; ensuing season. Steamers necessarilypass tifnl high pio lands free from the anoyane of ia-
aiwl Milliners
Hatters
Famishing Merchants Store-Keepers are entrusted, with the New Goods New' Goods ; within fifty yards of the place, ia ascending Cheap: &"tore. WARDLAW, WALKER & BURNSIDE, ucla especially Alonpitiott. Can acroramooots
the riverS On the premises there is a hundred
very superi ODe only 25 miles from* PUatka.
wholesale and retail distribution of them and to : HENRY E. W. CLABK Cotton Paetara and persons
mansion home with
or three-story a basement of
whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise, nine feet Location Bay Strut. CO3IMISSIOX MERCHANTS, J.J.DICKlSOy Preprieter.sept. .
Health Water and aQ other J854-
s
HOEG
AMBLER &
C aad a splendid opportunity opens to them for asicsad natural advantages not to be surpassed. Title THE Subscriber has received large and elegant North Atlantic Wharf

profitable basiness. good aad terms accommodating. Apply to TojJBO & of GOODS,different kinds **- JalyS Charlatan S.C. tfri The Magnolia House.

.4 'For terms, apply to Hare just received their Fall supply of Merchandize, consisting of Pinckney, A Co, Charleston S. C, A.T. Bra- Ueced by himself and particularly adapted to the ENUINB LONDON DOCK PORT WINE; St.Augvuttnt, EDt Florida.

;.I HARCOURT BRADLEY. CO. ham Palatka; CapL Coxetter, steamer Carolina; wants of this section of the country. H* respectfully VT ," MADERIA WINE NOW under the management vl Mrs.STOLL,
33 Ana Street New-York. U.S. m1HIERIER m PHllifOOII or to.the 01l'Der. on the place. invites a caD from his old customers and the FRENCH BRANDY can be had upon applieadoa.

A \Y aI'I1lJ1 B. HOPKINS. public generally. His stock consist, b part of Expressly for medical purpose, at Rate of board I,50 per day for TBASilKXT

C7 May not;harbor not in your mind th* CORN, FLOUR, BACON PORK. HAMS BUTTER. LARD, 4Cf. Mayport Mill P.0, STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,GROCERIES lip 2-3t APOTHECARY HALL. BOARDERS. Every attention will be paid to
With a full supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. St.John's promote the eomfcrt of and exertion
-tr.
sentence of fools' philosophy, that a dittatt will Bluff E.September 23. 18S ,HARDWARE,CUTLERY,WOOD AND guests every
B.'Y.IUYSJIAiN made to satIsfaction the subscriber.E& .
give
eared of itself that it*ith certain YGEANA.-BROUGJIT HOME TO Till CROCKERY WARE. BOOTS AND by
P1 get or you caa cure '*
H 11TIia- Street >! friends from the North and South vidt-
Goods SHOES,HATS AND CAPS FANCY y
medidaes for a few dollars Beware how you Dry DOOR OP THE MILLION. Wonderful ,
K ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS has In store an lidmense stock *f lag ti.Augustine may be pleated to hear I bra
has been ,
with welfare. Discovery made Dr.
tamper your general recently by Curtis .
a WINDOW SHADES, interested myself for the success of this House sad
Y wild and vicious youths, why will persist Of this city, in the treatment of Consumption Asthma PERFUMERY, he., he., Ic.An .
I yon
Of PRINTS a large and well assorted stock which L* I II now offtriag at prices such a*to DOthiag shall be waatiag. ,
.
proMat
la dosing with the Baaseatiiigcompounds.daisies and all diseases of the Long. We refer to"Dr. of the above Goods win b* 'sold ones good Inducements Dee
great to customers.ALSO 2J.bn a's.CAnTHE
11 proffered thereby impairing apretia and Ginghams, Sheeting, Linens, Bonnetllibbons, Curtis'Hygeanaor Inhaling; Hygeaaa Vapor and terms *s at any house in this city. ', .
$ digestion sod destroying 1"mentally well as Cherry Symp. With this new method Dr.C.has Jaly22 U W.CLARK. taco and MotHa Curtains Satin DeLaaes Dam-
Crash PAVILION HOTEL
Taffetas ,
9 be cured with few 40- DeLains Shirting >. restored afflicted to health
whee
physIcally, you CloD a many ones perfect I' as asks X'all at a great ,
pleasaat medicines Iyo.whosrettussannoyedassdwlsbto Hosiery Florence Silks aa evidence of which hi has iaaanurahle certificates. CHARLES DrWALL.AUO'JL'JLOIM bargain. JnlyS-tf fforth-Tftft evrntr Muting J-H.nI-E.

be res- Alpacas, Osnaburgs, Spel or the treatment a physician remarks 8. G. COURTENAY CUlXtESTON, S. C.

land to heath and vigor by a treatment at once Cashmeres, Dress TnmmingjHandkerchiefs, Lady's Collars, i, Jt is evident that inhaling-eocutanUv HI"I--L BOOKS STATIONERY ANb'CHEAP Th undersigned begs respectfully to inform hWanmeroo
and effectual should consult Dr. MORyrg breathing aa agreeable healieg "the medicinal JacktonvUle. Fla. -
pleasant &c. &c. vapor PUBLICATIONS. *friead o4 the traveling pabfie gar-
His suocess in chronic diseases has been Blankets, properties must come ia.direct eoataot with la any part of the'County attnded to* JulyS .. 3 Broad Street Charlestoa,8.C. tf ally that, notwithstanding tb* ncot ftr* at th*
greater than that of any other physician of bis day. 'the whole of the anal cavity ef tat luag, sad thus SALES respectfully solicited. rear of his premls,h* b, a* u/ual prepared to

jlaaj who have been fur yfan afflicted with diaas CLOTH 1MG.A escape the many and varied changes produced upon Goods Mat to the subscriber on commission,either AGNEW, FISHER 4 HOXIE, offer th* best accommodations to all who may favor

a *or oanseqaeiKes resulting from excess, have ofVESTS SACKS aDd !ACDTEE OTEE- them when Introduced into-the stomach aDd for private or auction disposal will be aulckly FACTORS'AXD COMMISSION MER. him with their pataooage.the house and furniture
) fca restored to health sad vigor under his really fine assortment fine COATS BUSINESS COATS subjected to the process of digestion The Hygeaaa attended to sad amount speedily forwarded.. The CHANTS. having.'&MrataPI, cleaned and renovated.
CRAVATS Ac.
.oieatifie treatment COATS SHIRTS UNDERSHIRTS DRAWERS, COLLARS STOCKS i* for sale at all the druggists'' throughout. Subscriber has been known m this eommanity for Accommodation Wharf GunrlettonS.C. He, alto retaras hi*sincere thanks for the liberal

'ShoaU a personal Interview b* objectionable Veeit.\WaaJl. the ceunt.ry. a number of years as Auctioneer and otherwise.Ho .- support h*baa rtC8. and plsdges himself to
Ute you disease in writing-enclose five dollars New York Dutchman e/Jan-14.' offers no recommendations but desire that ia- W. O BANCROFT Co., spar no sipetue or exertions to deserve a coatiaa.aoce .

as -e4dreDo.W.H.MORRIS through the Post- P1ICRTS. MEASURES. KEELER8. eon1'8& FLOUR u4 STOAE The Inhaler is worn oa tho breast under the liaeo quiries should be mad concerning himself of any WET. CASH JOBIIIVG HOUSE. of th* patronage that has been so largely ex-

5' Ace,Savannah O a, and a package of medicines TilES Cedar and 1'&htt.. hELVES WASh BOARDS MARKET BASKETS 1o.L. without the least inconvenience. heat .of commercial home at the place of his residenc NOL 253 & 255 Kinz Street. tended< towaVd*bin;.
earely pat up will be sent privately and with BOXES AXE the body being sufficient toevap rate the fluid. Sine fbi fire h*has located his store en Forsyth CharUtton B.C. Kor. 18 S H. L, Bt'TTDI'IBLD.

directions therewith, and no ques a &W .' i aJ J ; Hundred CASES of CURES like the follow street oa th*barat dUtriot where hi.Auction bit
: z5.e'
: tog might be named. One Package of Hf geana siaess ale at present conducted sad where h* H. JESSEN 81,41J.- HereJ1u'.II.te, $I,
P.rsoeiliIng at a 4 distance afflicted with Scrofula A Jare and complete assortment of all lrlnd has cured- me of the ASTHMA of six years stand keeps oa hand oa the most reasonable trmi,.. DEALERS- IN GROCERIES, LI- Charlatan, S. C.
; Isucaies '.. ..r....
,Old Ciena Tatter Cancers Piles Fistula iaAs FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
ing.Jot.
QUORS SEGARS Ac.Julyfl .
*Gravel Strictures, Gleets,or any disease what K&Wi&Ji8. P.ZubtrryP. AT.o/lHrnonuwn P. For Cash and Country Produce. THE undersigned having ad this fetal
ITo. 139 East Bay Charieston tl
sitnated
vr ef aa aggravated or malignant character,can I am eared of the ASTHMA of 10 years stand, 8ftChARLES ; in King Street solicit from. the travel
july DaWALLlEW
he eared at home by consulting Dr. MORRIS by iC. &C.C : .,', -. iafkj, Dr.Curtis' Hygeaaa. B. S. FARRAR A BROTHERS bag publics* share of patronage- Board 11,50
'letter post paid,enclosing a fee.Xdlcines BBUSHES. SOAPS, .PERFUlIERY'.COLOONES, : Mtrgaret Eattan Brookty If. Y '. DEALERS. IN COFFEE, .GROCERIES per day f siagto dinner.0 cts.ooly- -
Mrs. Paul of No.S Mammood ft 1'.Y 'J",8SmJAMES M. !.
pleasant and safe CloD b*sent per.maD was &. ;
$*aay part of th* United State gR11IERLassortment cured of" a severe ease- BroncheUa_ by the Hygeaaa Produce, Groceries &Provisions.. Corner East Bay and Cnmberland-Ste. CWBLESTON'DOTEL '

Pactiealac attention gin to th*treatment of fe- n. 1arc-t that has ben or-ere4 ia.hla market consisting eI common wars WbIi.Or.i ,' ifc McCUCV Levi.boalWaa J-"' .- Charlatan S.C -. tI D.MIXER
aala _. lAdies who b* afflicted and f1l'l'l&t4blen My sister has been cured of a DISTRESSING MILLER ,
.y PrelIm and Fruit aU -
Glassware. Dishes styles qualities stock
and Marble '" of,
te Xlil eI'J soul JVM. M. LAWTON L CO. Corner of Meeting and Hayo*ftrotte
COUGH several
with Irregularities, Flour Albas, or Whites Pro- FlaicI acd Oil Lampl.Cu4leet rIIIe lDP..lan.Spwoo .to yean standing, and decided to t.x
Win.GluMs Chsrlulon.S.C.
apsus Uteri,or Falling the Womb would do Goblets be tocureable by her Physicians She wu CURED CHOICE'F.AMILY'GROCERIES. FACTORS AND. JulyS uf

WQ to Uy add an false delecaey, and promptly HARDWARE.Selected MS.ONE MONTH by the Hyreana. AND PROVISIONS I COHMI88IOH, 'MERCHAHTS, MILLS HOUSE,

easaU lbs Doctor. Cares warranted. expressly to supply the pocuhiatdemndsofthls' market goods for beHdiag sad MM __ J.H. Omkfrtp. M.RleAmtm4. N. at&.'New Stem Somers1 New LImb oa;Bay ,No. 13 Southern Wkorf.Charltoo,8.C. THOSAS S. NICKERSON,

rr' 'A letters to receive attention mutt be purposes Carpenters' tools Ae, Price, three Dollars a.Package-Sold by CURTIS street which they:will sell chap farcash. ,aad .- Corner ee Meeting and Qoeea Street,
I.sInafe. Address Dr. \.U. A PERKINS BOYD A PAUL No. 149 CASH.ONLY w.X.tawtoa. f Wm.M.Taybr 1,8 charleston S.C.
kOTsUS.8avaaaah.OM.I3T WINES & LIQUORS. Chambers$, N.Y4 Paekacef T.DUt
They l keen on stall times a supply itUAY.CORN ; 'I Joseph -
Coasaltiag Booms JC*83 Bryan strsetop. OLD BRANDY.. HOLLAND ant and BOURBON WHISKEY, bottled. Do.b casks.. to any nartef the Uafeedgtates for Tear Dolls. FLOUR PORK'BACON,HAMS, Julya "' U PAVIIIOY HOTEL

pestle Uoaamoat Sqaar, July 29-2y VTVK. ALB; PORTER, CHAMPAIGNE' CIEDR Ac, *e. N. B-Dr.GnrtW Hygeaaa b Ute ORIGINAL --.BUTTER. CHEESE SUGARS. '. .U. L. BUTTERFIELD,
TIlE eUBSCRTBERS may be found for the present la the new building weted for temporary ,i and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLB.aU'others are "- 'MOLASSES,.Aoy Ac, .- -. JosephWhilden )' >Corar of' JI..IiDc' Hasjel ta,
Khlrta tWIlars aa4 Cravats. to th. "8S5 la the ,sd1e base immitations or Tile sod INJURIOUS eouaterfeit aiS. CharUftonJS.C t
of th*oW stand destroyed by ftr* They hop open y w large for thWholesal*.trad (noT.2S-4f dealer : _
T. K.LANSINGH. Noa.460 462 Shan them as would POISON. _
aDd 454
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K. tStstor Ocean and Bay streets which is now in course.roetioa. .- dee 2Of you -
.' N. Y, Maaufactarerf ,corner Fersaleby' PtUis Oils. and Glass '
JJroW"ll.fr" EXTRA PINE CAST.STEEL 8A.rVB.ITTELCH NEW YORK.J
$ .**,for tha np. rA.'J"IIt JEW .TLIGBTngutrmn MILLER McCtnEN, Bay&-.ov Ji.ro ,.- 4 GRIFFITHS, 1xtstn' Cast Steel ,,1(0. II III'f1l'E.8'nBft1 --
fly of Goat Famiakiag Houses throughout the ApO't11ec
United States. Orders from of VVCircular Saws of every .aUa, H"dtt : Cnaritt the Uaioa
part Wines
win tettted_.u nay : Depository 'B nIlmt q80rs< .ud8egars.; 8awsforth.'ortabte8aw Mills (rem 41 sV84 lTUPSecsdanUy ibrsal*.a general assortment l00'W.r.Btnd,N'J _
flaring .bug,ugaged Us business aadsanafacjared Tea : BLACXWOOD'1 CO.h..Jad receIv.dfrmsb Inches to diameter .&... Gangi- MaUy 1\. PADTTS aad OILS of all kinds VARX.ISHES. TITTLL

for the largest Hawses the the hew Store tn Holme. T aE Sabseribsrbegs to mformth dtbaas UORSandCEGAES, Mill Crow Cult Pitt and other kind, .. WINDOW GLASS sad BASHES 8PTS. W low payperteuhaystienioatosa..itYel.Plaej Lasher Live
country. Keaoret t Oak
sad
..ee deeM 01 giving universal saiisfacUoa to Datiding..ppositeDT. flatdwtn'i.oee JL. ofJacksonviEeandlU..TlclDit.1 thai..still a&their Old etu4 Bay.street, aadnowoffsrto The**celebrated Saws ban baa lit xtsnsiv 'TURPENTINE. SPIRIT GAB COTTON FOOTGI .' other SOUTHIRN TIMBER sad PRODUCE aa4.
their caotocmers, ehoios assortment the North West the lad&wild FIXTURES GLUE and BRUSHES of
HMham price aad quality. .< aov.ll-tf .IaeheD.Dle., contlnoes to keep his : as aa aa say use,at pass !. variouskiads. to order ior Miahasiar MXXCHANDISX.
opea '
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*andW NEW SKYUGHT GALLERY market caa offer Eepre sell by the thousand lad are cceeld.redby coap.tsa&Jsdges the best I .: V .. (GOY_I, july 7-tt
lasotvent Notice.T8AAC TirnERB Is kptcoostantlyoabaii4alarg : Wines by the basket bottle, Liquors bj the de. mad.," t ... ? -' ,, -
S.Co BDT01D..Administralorof r.- ;-well selected aoortment ofBSUOS .oo Fonvth- Street asoaai door:west of Dr.BollU4'u haseg2ie.r bLbedozesi.i botUes. Manofactured by totaVuadt for salt, .a* hair ',Cep'utael'll11p;Votlee*

1-4Med William O. Ka&rd Ute of this-ooaaty LID VBLI'eAlways l4 WINES* '. warehcus*-' N45 Cliff-t,N.>York.. J't"> The aadorsigaed bare catered, mba. Copartnershlpfcrth.P 8. H* Rocke&taigb,
slseoased. having filed ia my offle*a written grstinsi nceift417 the latest arrivak, warraatod Where be is, prepared ta'take picUrei|lD'aa.r The stock Is eouiptfeed of CHAMPAIGN,,,MAEIRA '-." 4-' .JtuunCL ___ I atb*It La"' CZXD.lL.CP
of the lasolvoaty of caM Estate Thlsfi, fresh aad gewalatti : not surpassed by ant II* ha spared M si- 6UERRYi CLARET, PORT 4e. Rpinaisy. Jlndlays .Iroa:,Maeoa Ooov f 1 'QTTEEf McINTOSH ;

taerafer.to notify aU persons haviag demands dorrpvered Perfumery, Comb*.'Brushea, oaPtt'; pens is fitting op his IMCM having a splendid LIQUORS. where Saws tct.th PortablaMills oaa h*bUud: FRANCIS LWHBATON.' IMftl32liJJ.WHAN'r.C.AB.EJ'l1U. .
sad aathratbatei lath Bunilng FlvldC, reception room for ladies:fitted ap la a neat and Fairbanks A ,-Jaokso--.-I1at'-'".c' : .;JatJaoarfflsyyoy.19,1864-tf. a&&eMba '
offloeof wUI b
the I/anjps, Old Cognac t&Mattel and Antonllofsja .Cnrreaa. en.It
due
tasteful.t'le..1IeII4aI..1arct na- .
SkyHfhC
Jaift Probate for Paval busty, b, iu seveaIssnth .J 1rUllluo14 low for caali. n' 0 taU plcters ia g1y,la White Brandy Old. Holland Gin and J.1berU'A't Uaioa Mm. *,padH.' '' ',,Geij"* .TUTRECEjYEbJ BarkCAXXIOLA .SalV,'Lam_, Timber and
iijnf Jaly out ensum,, at which <>m '. aiUadodtw Wac"- Ifeod Seotoh Bradley A *. irosa Mow other l therB Prodac' 'Ais .Usrchaa **
Country ercIen8Dlici&ecl u4 1 dearor wathr. ulof Bchnappsj Bourbon,MoaoagahU, and Irish TTV I"i : I J7. Yarky. -. .T pwr.
these via be a pro rata distribution of Ute ses.tof cloudy. H..MUcheL : : : ehasod in most .
i. ysdospatok. jprese4pdocapeo.pwkkeaNsadL gIvgu.U.facUontO afl who may favor him with Whiskey, Jims.JBa.and Santa Cms Baa--,Porter ? M MUTtt fLOUE Ubh*.sad half do; advantageous&en1a. 'JulyStfHa
eels asUto a.oDCIfbe creditors Montgoaery Itc Wprk4 loonlgomery AJI, -
Given wader ay hand sad thereof Ute Seal of tire aoanT B.1 thaakfal for part fa vors,.and hopes Ale different brands aad OB draft,':Champaign*' "" ""*' POBJC v- : % Co.Patent Or** 4' awa. .
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BE-CHESSBiaadLARD; .
'fJU.t. to recelv tfoantlnusaci*of the.' "ThosTrho OderCordilVBittersAeA/- 'PBS Btbseriben''tsasmfacrei. from 4h*' host
Court of Probate Dual atth J ucI'\a-
Probate ofie.'ia JackseavOI county this, -the fo 1M, leek F.1tInteiCs5U7.T.sofsIpostatScps4of34nrl.dlfzoos' 4o'waal i,::1lt.naPtethDr tovttod.to' f: Of. IhVnost"SIGABSjfi--approved'breath.; .,, : <"t .thebl"Jl ute.o itl .: 3CKWHIAT CRAMBKRRIE8.KWUR'/DRIED la PEACHES.boxes 1 r. L Cast S&e.I..cmcVLAB SAWS, from two
.zaa
b'eiL.suth. by uJanaary .. iss5.:_ .hta .n .Nf&I1W.sad at, eeD&aduaa aJ GILt'YZS.- ,. ,. JOBACVQ TTJLIU8 K. MEIBK.latof tha QsaeralLswl 1' O3RR285R158i PZV&L1DLQB6T35 bchitolf> yinehos.fadiamoter. Their Saws
JLW
.tAl ,
I' f'.ELlX.LlXmOSTOlf, a : '- JalyttfOZX J : : J Offlc and Peahen OGee,'WashiagtosvJluClwffl SLAKED tIBE-PROOY-FAINr ar* had aed and te.r r dao4ar*ground aadlaiaaedhy

I Bus Cured aad 'variety of tier brands. saneh
: months afterdate,!wfll preeent my aeeouaU .AIOOetpMhOS4O$42 sad If&Pen. MIl faO J pcaa4 arc,thMwAra supulor to
B
r : : tCTt .,. I ::8UD". : ,O and'TWOBtrs to the Boo.:A. N.Caston; Judf. J-"J. My< .. v .?a ..-" : /. g" rj soul.. I..Ddt.k '' ( ILSaadFAEinilfbrsaisbyU FLUID, a npply: -.of.- J. !...aad ta to*Bsual sjaaaor,a*.thy are..ircagthoqoed .
WONTnSsJWdate.O .- I shaQ apply to U* .\1t911 "'1'L01f I ifl'MLeiI*undfot and havias ffona44'wi*the airvaoati them : .ey>gsastot"Bittltaasssngvlarty :
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.'If j PUstertog- Plaltt.aasl:OrnamaitaliwstohlsoW ] ( '114 .Ilt" ...lLCU2N, .
;%*v/ftdg*Frobato tVrthosaaty of liMa C .t __ 'sis.alwsvekieabaLJ -' eTatc3uLLA- fr.t'f" .:,b* 4barjred ftwnt.k*'1.4era4JwislioneftWBststeef S.. f-*. .hkBkI$3U _a: r; \ o1baveuo4recakedhi PAVEIIrSfbthttls.dm a.-I4-&t '.,.e.z .SomeofkN.wBui1dieg, : .frc atto. ..to Oi***a ra, **>raqoatly
fclodischarr Administrator ,tHI :, _: of >ao* bieesae-heated or baeated .aad7
.. ,.. *,M theZDbDflraddc1. Wmtoee'taad1.y,1at* rngMcr1berdesiree.gaL*.to"hIs Mn'iI' .. '. ,
,.Ute of Na* moaU froa d&t.et thiprNe1n4k ..-- .. ...oj-- ".4 I I' A frieodsandthe;paUkvibttherformance wee.d ..t ; --u1-1j""nuk" : .mdessagreseavta4IaUmbVO : .
SIX n t' ". er Sowa1ssmaetel-Ptel 1'9.
.'. _.ot _T..pIi'.111 : 109.fUMt 1'.PUVAT'1' A4o14WLsSTANDL14peb'4.. of & sckItr5BAaP1 '
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: ; M the 1"nt..tor .r,1er, !J'. 4a.iaMr .... Jit C.&MJU8SIONnKE ROHANTI ,alt of waloa they hay.feceaIn5'-eaaq'biiy*
"r 'otII..t/ hi .1 briok-workand pkwterk*e : j-kr J .: ;J. "-..aad e. ",. .:' ,J i .'I 4ialaitralir'sJtetki. ,o. 1' .terms. aa4pl.oubeijlto.usedes ii'LntI v.._ I :"_MMti ilaiUaIW Sta&ae.0I1a :)
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