The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1855
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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I VQL-. 1. .JACKSONVILLE'SA1-wiD S Y APRIL 5 7, 1855 5 '. \. S S ":.:,' .: 'N ?4: :"J: ;:j

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..' BY 'AUTJHORITY. From Aurora, .by Wilmtngtoh, Sparta, Greentnrn, Jerome, and Slash, to ".Marion wood; ,v ortbTin Franklin -Amity: Edin S :Frond: Grahge to Lima.' m ,:and Oakdam to, 'anSf 1l From S .Nen.y,S by )foant' SterlirtV l Jac&V;,-, ,.. : "I r

.: Moor's Hill Milan, and Prattsburg, to Del- From'Delphl to PittsburgS burg ',Taylorsvile; Columbus,. Elizabeth- ,From La: Grange'to G. hen. I From Petersburg, Winslowj, Lynn I $onvUle, Rutherford,Bennington;'ITeasarrtr.' J

: LAW aware.. From Dublin, by New Lisbon and Baton,. town, Gannonsatillc, Scipio- J Greenville, From 'La' Grange by Utah, and llartsboro to Boon ville. Cross Plain and Olean. to VersaiTIr- ; g '. ._ ,.
OF TOE UNITED STATES. From Aurora, by Wilmington Sparta, to New Castle. Vernon1 Dnpont and" North"* .Madison ..to Middle uriia1 d Forest,Grove, to ,From Perry,by Butler,Auburn, De Kalb; From Vevay, by Craig, and Indian Ken* ', 'r' I \;; Stuck
Moor's Hill, and Stringtowd to "\ersaillc. From Elizabethtovrn Ohio by'Harrison Madison.' .From.La Creek Corners Lake S *
; S Grange, byFly Hamilton,Pleasant to Madiora. \:- sT'-" I ?!i. S, t
-' From Bainbridge, by 'Grovcland, New Indiana Dremersburg Philanthropy, Ohio, From Indianapolis' ,.'by' Broad RIpple,' Prairie Flint, Angola, Sandy ? Fremont'Crooked Creeir Klndcr- From Vienna, by Lelint1onS.hDTilJ J. Sand .' .

PUBLIC ACT OF 334 coxcncss Maysville North Salem, and Jamestown, Mixenrille} Indiana, Contreraa,College Corner Carmel EaricUvb, ,'Nonnanda, andAhOytoKakoroo. Met,to Spring Lake. ; and Ovid, to Coldwater.. 1 South Hanover, Co Madison..." :.3* ' 1 4 :' t.:
OF TINS to Lebanon. S Ohio. Goodwin's Otortt' JoBeccliy From La Uro 'bv North ) JFrom Peru Chili. Paw Paw Nkan. From : '
; r- ,* .0. : : ; by Vmcennea, by West Union Carw > f :; t
.- S UNITED STATES. From Bedfoad br Pinhoolc 'Leesville, Mire, IndiAnL'-- .v : From' Indianapolis 'bv Augusta, Eagle Libity' Mills, Collamer,' South:- ,;'
tuned at the first **fon vhich vat begun [and] Woodville, to Brownstown. From Elizabethtovm;by Burnsville, flock I Village, Northfield, Kifk's Cross Roads,: "Clear Spring,and FasmerX*to'' Miliford; New,Pcri4;and Water- creek, Edwardsport, Black creek'.and.Lln-? S "S '"": T. j
awl held'at the Washington From Bedford, by Bryantsville, Trinity creek, and Sardinia 'to West Point.- MichigantownMiddlefork, Burlington,'Carroll S From Lagnv by New'j Holland- 'Mills i to Goshen ," ton to fa tplay- :' .,' S
in the District ofCotunab.a.City of on Monday, Spnngs, and Dover Hill!,to Mount Pleasant. I. From .Elkhart, by* Bango and Mount and Deer creek, to Logansport.Irnmlndianzpolis.byGreenfleld2Knbts.. Etna,and Warren .c.u1ten. "" From'Petsburg, by Mount Jefferson, to From AVabashfby Weton..toW'am.;; ,. < ';
From Bethlehem by New Washington Olive to Lock. S From Laporte onticcno., '. From wabash "* Sand
the 5M of December l 3.an4 endedomsMonday ; by I\iugtlburg'and. by La Fontaine America,* -
day the 7th > \ and Oregon, to Le1ngton.S From Edinburg, by Smithland, Shelby. town Raysville, Lewisville, Dublin, 'Cam- Mills, to Bigelo Mills., : JromPJcasant Viewby Londonto Man- Zion. Marion.; '. -' '- t 1
of August ;
1854.FRAXCUX. day 'From Bloomfield, bJ.Linton to Carlisle. yUle, Manilla and Swenehajt to Rushville bridge, East_ Germantown, and Eaton, Ohio From Laporte Plymouth. '*. ." '. From'Wabash,. bySomcnet Hcnla,'and* *<'. ., S

PIEBCE' President. DaviD From Boonsbbrou to Lebanon via From Edinburgh, by Nineveh Ilcnsley, Dayton. From _Laporte.,by ,Doar. Village, From Pldinfield,' by Spring Valley, and Jerome, to Tip ton.. S ,
JL ATCHIXSOX President, of the Favette-nnd, ThornJcysville. and Morgantown, to 5lartinsville.From From Indianapolis Clcrm6nt, Browns- Valparaiso, Deep River, Croun u'c ;'to"Monrovia, I From Washington,. byPetersburg;"New. .5
Lrxx, Senatepro House From Boonevill:by Crowville, and Polk Evrfhevillc to West FradkJin. burg, Pittsboro, Jamestown, New. Ross such : St. John. Endor,.Illinois; Crete., and From Hlymouth to Knox-; I State RoaL and Vanderbur to Evarwvill_, S .
.ttmpore.f l&prestntativcs.UOfD,8leakcroCthc S Patch to Huntingburg.From From EvanS'"iUc. by Sandersville, War- Mace to Crawfordsville. to' Ritbt,Uo. Frbia, Point Commerce, by .'!right to : From: Washington5by; Petersburg S S'

Bowling Green, by Belle Air, An- renton, York. Princeton, Patoka, and Dock From Indianapolis, by :MoOrcsviUe'taIonroyi : ;FromLaportfi, bY'Kmk ?' ., ; ncetoo. S :..
S (fn Continuation.) guilla, l.ewis Bugracu Mills, to Carlisle. cr'a Ferry to \ ncennes. S ', and Blisville, to Plymouth.' From: Point Commerce; MidJleburg, to From WashingtOn, by Ayrrflle, 'kecV**" ,- ,
From Owasoo, by Bennington, :Middle- From Bowling Green) by Jourdan Vii- From Lvansville by Newburg,Leer Boon From Indianapolis!is, by Hampton, Danville From:Laurel, by Orange, Steel's ;Green. '> :>-' :- Church IlounwlSpnngt Silrervillo and ; S

burg Clorr" Bengal Dallas, and Stonycreek lagc, and Santa Fc. to Gosport.J ville, and Midway, to Hock port. New 'Winchester,' New Maysville and Falmouth, to Behtenville. Fronx Poland,to ReeI8ilIc&OIn' -,. Fayettaville, to Bedl rd. <;,- '- <"

to Lyons. rom Bowling Green by Uausertown to From Evansvillc by Parker's Settlementand Bainbridge, Portland Mills, Rockrillc, and lisle Merom, Greysfille, ,3Ierotnj Portland Mill by Russcllville to From Warsaw,. by.Oswego, Cromwell: '. :
From Owasso, by Hall, Duplin, GreenI Point Commerce. Blairville, to New Harmony. Arrhicsburg, to Mwitezuma.From ills, TunnanV Creek r.irie:: .' S '. .- Ligonier, Noble. lron Works .Hawjalch -, .': '' '
Essex,'and Matherton,.to Lyons. From Bowling Green, by Plunge creek, From Evansville, by West Franklin, to Indianapolis, by Olive, Glen's Tal-, Prarietown, to.Terre Ita.dte. From, Portland Mills, 'by Parksrille to and Ringgold, to La Grange. : : ': .:: ') : .

From Paw Paw,by Lawrence. Arlington, Lewisand, Silo to Carlisle. Mount Vcrnon. ley, Far West, Martinsville, and Bryant's From Madison,' by Stony.Point., Cross'Roads.From .' S "_ From White Hall, !by'Deanto Point; -. ,r_ :. ?
Bn-edsvillc, and Hunter, to South Haven. From Bowling Green, to Brazil. From Evansville, by St. Wendell's, to creek. to Bloomington., ,. burg, teM rion 'Versailles-, Prairieville! by Lawraibie, and Commene.l.,- '- .v' .J 11'
From Paw PawJ; Ly l'MpectL'\ke Hamilton i From Bradford, by West Bedford. Buffalo Cinthiana. From'Indianapolis-by'Sugar: creek. Kiri- !lage, Napoleon and Smyrna to Romncy. .> From' White Poatiy'Sahiflo, 1'lftS .' ..: :
Keelcrsville, Bainbridge, and Millbury. Pulasku Winnamac North Fend Yellow From" Fairmont to Jerome. der, Davisville, Morristown,. :and ,Beech From Madison, by* .Bryansburg- From Princeton by Kirk's Mills,Buena Grove.ReDlaer BrooT.'l uais.Illinois '. *.r

to St Joseph., River, Sligo Blissville. North Liberty, From Flint to Orland. in Steuben Coun- Grove, to Rushville. \ Mario3ersahhlesat, r Otter.Village. Petersburg, and :Kiiiderhook 'to to K nbkC Depot on' th Illinois .Central '.S." S .

From Pine Hun, in Gcnessee County, and Sumption Prairie, to South Bend. ty. .From Jasper, by Ferdinand, and Fuldo, polcon.! _. -S _. 'ton, > ,' Railroad. S 'r .: '
t J Arbela Centre, in Tuscola county. From Brdfordor, Monon.;) by Cath- From Florence to Warsaw. to Tror. S ,''From Mamsonby Kent,LancasterNeel's From Prince ton,by Marsh creek,Owens- EromWhitleyby5hIechsandCohdSprinp:: '

From Pinckney, by Plainfield 'VbiteOak. cart to Hcnsselaer From Fort Wayne by Ell! River. Churn- From Jasper, by .Alferdyille, .to?'Mount and Graham, to i'aris. : rule Cynthtana PoseyviIIeNew Harmony to. Wolf Lake. S SSS IS

and Whc tfidd, to AVilliamstown From Bremen, Ohio, by Fort Recovery, busco, Green, Wolf Lake, Burr Oak,Noble, Pleasant. ? \ S S From Madison to'Cincinnati. and FarmerniUe, to Mount Vernoiu From Whitfey. by .Summit, Pierceton, ." '1"
From Plymouth, by ro ius. and Superior Portland and Camden, to Hartford. Albion, Liganier, Benton, and Goshen, to }From Jasper, by:. Huntingburg, Dale, 5 From JJadison,by.-South.Hanover,Swan From Putnamville, by Cataract'Spencer. Warsaw, Oran, tamp creek'nd Bourbon.. .
to Ann Arbor From Brownstown to Seymour. Elkhart. S Gentry ville, and Oakland, to Rockportl: / rUle, Lexington and Oregon to,Charleston. White Hall, and S!anf\.k. to Springville.! to'Plymouth. >-,:'
From Portage Lake to fAn na). From Brownstown to Rockford. .From Fort Wayne, by Rochester, Rcnsselaer From Jerome, by West, Liberty, Bali, From Marion, by Oak '\"oOOlJalnut, From Reynolds, by )1"ticello,, to Ply- From. AVhlfey! 'Court House, by S Thorn- S : -

From Pontiac: ; by .Waterford centre, From Brownstown by Houston to Lacon I acou. 111., Toulon, New and Nobloes to Alexander.- 5' Creek Jadden Blackford, 'PennitJe.Jay month. .. .: ereektoAlbion.S 1'' -. :;
White Lake, IIosc, Fentonville, Tyrone, Bloomington.From Boston, Toalioro, Wapi-llo Washington, From JefTcrsouville, by Hamburg, Vienna Court House, Hector, Fort Recovery,Saint .From::.Richmond, by Washingfon, S5ffld i iIIaer5townrto From AViljiamburs to New Gnde."rFrom' : Vi"/\ ", ;/.'

Linden, Argentine Byron. Vernon, Shia- Brownstown, by Freetown Milo, Oskaloosa, Indianola, and \\ f\tcrset to Newry. Seymour, Rockford, Joncsville, Henry, Maria Stein",and Chickasaw, NewBremen. New Castle : ,. .' AVinnamac to leda'II'j:1, p

trassce, and Cornnna. to Owasso. and Chrtetainsburg, to Nashville. Council Bluffs, Iowa. W I\yncsvill ,'Wailesboro, and Columbus, }''Richmond, bi.'CbesterXew Ga>- From. Winnamac, by. Medarysvnie'W '', :, : : ,
From Pontiac by Ball Mountain, New From Brookville, by Wynn Mount Car- From Fort Wayne, by Perry, Butler, b'dinburg. From Marion to Montpelierv, den'and Lynn, toAYinchcster., S Saltill. : t" 7" '_'. 55
Canadaigua Uxford, Metarnora and Far- mel,Philanthropy, Ohio,Tariff and Paddy's Auburn, DC Kalb Hamilton, Stcubcnvillc, From Connclton to Anderson. From Marion,by'Price and Mount Etna. Fron Richmond J. by -DoT rJWebster 'From Williamsport, "y.West ''Lcban r;" ',
tner'tf creek to Lapccr. Run,to Ross. Angola Crooked creek, Kimlerhook, (Michigan From Kirk's Cross Roads, by Frankfort to Hantington,' Williamsburg, a. Economy to BlountsVilJe. Baltimore Coving-ton! '. -S vV ,4* t, .Sand |

From Pontiac;by Waterford centre,Commerce From Brookville br Blue creek, South ,) and Ovid, to Old Water. Etiltnore, Kossville, and Prince William ,to From Clarion,by America, .Lagr 0.. ,"" ,. S S From AVolf Lake; byAVilmot;Boyd toV,!. '< S .

Milford Highland lI.'rtiand. and Gate, St Leon Kclso, Logan, and Bright, From Fort Wayne by Perry, Swan, Delphi. From Marion to 'San Jacinto. Trom Richmond by Abington, Clifton, Mills, arid Oswego tnLeesburg.'j',*, 5:.<. ,-., ".l*.
Occola Centre, to HowelL. to laurcHCcburg. .Avilla Lisbon, Kendalhillc Marseilles, From Kirk's Cross Roads: by Roxley _From Marion,by Walnut creek"toBlack"ord. Brownsville, Liberty, Dunlapsville, and ILLINOIS.i S ;. '
From Pontiac' by AVaterford, Austin, From Brookville by Oak Forest, Jen- South Milfonl, Mount Pisgah, Mongoqnin- and Cicero, to Straw ton. .S ." Yairfi ld.to Brookville. .' FzimAlbon, by New 3Iassilon and Ea-'" 55. ,: S :

Clarkson. Springfield. (:Grovcland Stony nings. Oldenburg, and Rossburg, to Win- nong, Ontaro, and Lima, to Sturge's Micliipin. From Knightstewn, by Carthage, ){or- From Martinsville, by White RiverGos- From Rising Sun byJIartford iOnI terprise, to Sal;Marion county S : '

and Grand Diane to Flint. tersville. risto.W'n,and Freeport, to Shelby ville. port Spencer, Freedom, PaintCommerce, ; tulle,DillsboroughjFarmers, Retreat:Hart's From Alton by Sew ern Grafton, Deer s :
From Pontiac by Mahopack, Jersey. From Brookville by Blue creek, St. Peters From Fort Wayne,by St. Joseph's, Har- From Knigntstownby Spiceland,Gr iVprthingtan, Fairplay. Bloomfield, 'New- Mills, and Elrod, to Versailles. Plaint Neras, Monterey, Harden, Uilead; '
Brandon, Campbell' corner, and Hunt Herman Milan and Stringtown, to Ian! and llall'a Corners, to Hicksville. born, Cadiz Mechanicsburg, and Ovid, to berry, Owl I'rairie and Bogard, to Wash- i From Rochester, by Oakron, 'Meredith. and Hamburg; to Rcllnew 5 ; I' S S
Vale, to Fanner's Creeks Versailles. From Fort Wayne, by Poughkeepsie, Anderson. ngton., S '" Mills, Bloomingburg, Beaver Dam, and Palestine From Alton, to Upper Alton, EtlwardsK J 'S

Fro e Pontiac.Clarkston Eagle Lake," Froom Brookville. by Oak Forest, Joi Pecblc. Decatur, Canopcr.: Limber Lost, From Knox to River. From Martinsville, to }I ol1" ime. r to V'arsaw.. S rule, Marine, Highland- Jamestown,.and' S

Goodricli, DavidsoiivillCj Davidtoii Centre, ning's, Oldenburg, Rosdburg, to Greens- Bear creek, Joy Court, House, DJufl'l'oint.- From Laconia by Elizabeth, Coryden, From Martinsville; by Ccritreville, to From Rochester, byGreeii Oak; Perrys-I Shoal creek, to CariyleJ .** .. '
Ruibficld }Forest and A ayear. to Lake Sag- burg. and DcerJiclJ, to Winchester. Sew! Salisbury, Bradford, Greenville Mt. Moarcsville, in Morgan omnty. burg Mexico, Peru, Reserve,'Somerset and From: Alton; by RiiTgcly, raddock"-. ;
Inaw. From Bruin's Cross Roads, by Bethany, From Fort Wayne, by Warring, and Men Cnurch and Martin"burg to Pckin. From Mauckpnrt, by Crisp's Cross Roads, Jalapa,to Marion. Groveand, Old lUptey;; to Greenville. S S .5

From Pontiac: ; by Auburn, Troy, Plumb and Russell's Mills, to Covington. Troy Settlement, to Liberty Mills, in Wa- From' Lafayette, )y Americus, Delphi, Joryden, White Cottage, and Hancock, 'to- .From, Rechester by Indian Field and From Appleton, by'' Mount BawkinsS 5 '
Brook Utica, and Sackat*, to Mount Cle- From Bloomington, by White Hall, bash County. and Lockj>ort to loO'o-aIl?l'ort. fredericksburg.From I'Montgomery to AY'innamac- Fmckneyville, Gamin and Carmcnt'aPraS.
luens.From. Spencer, '"Andalia! Doling Green Christi ? From Fort "'amtt.b.r Znncsvillc, Mar- From Lafayette, by Hofsvillc, Steam Iau kport, by Laconia.- Elizabeth, From'Rochester, by Mill Ark, and Ak. i rie,to Steel'* Mills. ,' ,-"< S 5
Pontiac, by Strait's Lake, AValId 's Prairie, and Wauhoo. to Terre Haute. Lie,Warren, and Green bush, to Marion. Mills, 11idllteJork. Lu.fiiavillc, Uichardsvtlle Caryden, New Salisbury, Hrndtord, jrcen- i rotoGad'S \ From Athens, Ly'Yankee.lIi1l1V'atkn'*-v S f '
Lake South Lyons and Uratcl HUM, to'1' From Blooniington, by Stamford and From Fort Wayne, by New Haven. Ant New London, and Alto( to Kokomo. ville and AlartiDsbo1.t SalelO.. S S From Rochester, bill Ark,"5 Troy.Wesley. Grove Quiver and Liverpool, Ciutton.; '. '. .
Ann Arbor. Salisbury ty lJIoomfi d. werp. Ohio, Junction.-efiance, Miildale, From Lafayette, by Independence, Wil- I From Mattemora,' 'by Stip's Hill. toBlarksb'urg. : Gi1ead'Nicona: ; and P\\"cn"to Wab3s1 From Aurora,by Sugar Grove, BigHock, .'

From Port Huron,by Burchvillc to Lex j From Bloomington, by White Hall to Florida Napoleon, Durand. Texas. Providence iamsport, Raines ville, and Oxford, to ,Irifjuoi S S 'From 'Rochester,, by Wesley, Beaver, Little Uockf Somonauk Ross Grbvg;Shab. : '

ington. Point Commerce. Walcrvelle, and Manumee City, to (Illinois.) S : From Mount Vernon, by Thamas' Mills Dam.Palestine, Warsaw. Monoquet, Less >aney'* Grove, Van Bnren,East Paw*Paw;.. t, S
From Quincy to AlleShany. From Blufl'ton, by Nottingham,Pennville Toledo. From Laurel, by Stip's Hill, to Clarks' Marshall's Landing, on tbo West, Bank.otthe burg MHlford,and Jackson, to Goshen.-:-. Paw Paw Grove Lee Centre;and China,to S

From Quincy, by Butler and Clarendon, I New Mount Plea t, and Dcerileld, to Win- From Fort Wayne, by Haller's Corners, burg. Great.Wabash, and New Haven" ,'Illinois From .Rockport, bjrJJnterprize, French Dixon. S ; v '';;>. S

to Huron. chester. Churubusco, Merricn, Wolf Lake, Noble, From Lawrcnceburg, by Aurora, Rising to Raleigh. ". Island: and Yankeetown; to JNewburg.- From Ratavlij by',Blackhurg,and Kaaesvilleto -:.
From Heading by Edinburg, Clear Lake, From Burlington by New London to Albion, Lcgonier, and Benton to Goshen. Sun Grant's creek, Patriot. Florence, Log ,From Michigan City, by Waterford and [ From'' Rockville. ,by Annapolis. Delta ,, Grouse.'i

Indiana to Mcts. Kokomo. I From Fort Wayne Taw Taw, anJ Coes- Lick l Vivay, Moorefield, home, and Buena Laporte, to Byron. _' |Sylvanla.Howard, Lbdivillc,'and h1'eadley'sHill From BcMdere, by Beaver -; .
From" Rochester, by Mount Vernon, and From Cambridge, by Jacksonburg, Haparetown : se, to Whitly Court Ilouse. Vista, to Madison. S From Middleton, by Rich Woods'toMuncietown. : to Covington. rison AVathburn, Xjncoln, Harvard, Rock ':

Merc, to Romeo.From Dalton, Blountsvillc, New Bur- From Fort Wayne, by Cedar, Leo., Spen- From Lawrenceburg Aurora Wil. i From Root, by )!assen01East Liberty nun Buena VISta McCbnner Grove Coo-j:' .. '

ItO, -ICO, by Pinery coll"iUe1- lington, Muncictown, Anthony Wheeling, ccrville, Newvlllu, and Panama, Ohio, to mio ton. Moore's Hill, Otter Village, But- From Middletown, by' Hufftown, Harrison and Tully Ohio, toVan: ATert, isa> WamatTanduratiottoShnllsbnrg. v
bertsonvtllc, Brockway, Lynn and Merrillsvillc Trask. and Jonesboro, to Marion. St. Joseph's. erville, Nernou, Six Mile Valley Town, ;'and New Corn r'to.Wheeljng.From' i From Rushville,' by Orange,, Columbia, Froin ;Belvidere,. by Genoa Sycamore, ,

to'Port Huron. From Cambridge to Hagarstoxvn. From Fort Wayne, by Ossean, to Dlu" 3rownstown, Laurencefort, Washington Middleburg to'Vistula and K el'' Mills,to Connecsville. Lost Grove,.Swan- 'Grove,and SonOmllk to, S
From RoyalOak by Troy, Rochester, From Cambridge by Milton, Cormers- and Berryvillc, to \ nccnne8. From Milton to Cambridge. From' RushyiUe, by SnfelserV Milts Ottawa. -- .;'

and Oakland to IjJceville. till Everton, and Blooming Grove, to ton.From Frankfurt, by Berlin, and Teters- From Lawrencebur:, Wilmington, From Morristown, by Miuilla and' Cyntbiana Steel's Groves,.Falmoath,Longwood,Con- From Belviderey- c don a Station, : S

From Royal Fak, by Big Bearer Utica, Brookville. burg.toTipton. X-Ubborough, Hart's Mills, Cross Plains, to Middletown. nersvnie, 'Alquina- :Dufllapsville,: and"Bel- Beloit,.( .) Baai'CreFoville.'vans.; ." '

Shelby, Washington, and Borneo, to Al- From Carlisle, by Linton, to Worthing-- }From Frankfort, by P.i's Mill*. Lebanonand Jarbcr'avillo,'Canaan, and Miliard, to Madson. From' Monrovia, by West. Salem :Mill lingville, to O.xford.'Ohio. i "villa and Oregon to Madisop. .-.%; 'c .
utont Jamestown to Danville. S Grove, Cataract, and Poland, to :Bowling From Rushville J.by Smelscr's MillMeI-, From Eellville by FayettevilJe; Jfttd* S

From Saganaw, by the F.astern Side of ton.From Carlisle by Black creek, Marco, From Franklin, by Trafalgar, and Morgantown From ,Lawrenccburg-- Wilmington, Green. "? rose, Falmo tli. Grove'Steel's Lbnerwobd. creekj!JIarissa SpartaGrand Cato, PrairieHrpnoin ;,- S
tW lower Peninsular, and Duncan, on She- Buck creek, Newbury, Scotland, Pleasant to Martinsville. Hartford. Coopersville,- Aberdeen Aliensville -* From.M
bovj*n Bay. to Mackinac. Bulge, pwensburg and Springtime, to Bed- From Franklin, by Far ..AVcst Moores- Jacksonville-, Mount Sterling, toYevoy. From Montezcma Highland.. i ; and:Centrerai Oxford,,Oh a. lopkins.! IS /- S
From Saganaw to Grand Traverse Bay. brd. yule, Monrovia and Stilesville, to Spring-, : S From Montezuma by'Anapolis.Bethany From Rushville, .by'New Salcm.Ander- From BetheLby' Concord and Arenzvule/r StoB :
From*Saganaw. by Duncan and Mackinaw ,From Cartcrsburgh. by White Lick, J\\"n..- S From Lawrenceburg;'by GuilforoVYorkyille. Russcllville Park rsburg;to Ladaga. sonville Dar ison" 0., DryTork,' 3I5ami, ardstown.. : ..

toSault St. Marie. Danville:New Maysville, Carpentersville Faom F Freeportbp Nicholas, Kerns, and New Alsace." herman'and Way.toIdcnbnrg. Fr m'MonticellobyTmniiemaOnoida- pent, and Cheviot, Cincinnati.' From Bloomington,' by Pain, Canton, r
From Saline, bv Union District, BrHge- Uainbride. Portland, till, Hollandsburg, L. J. Rccvcs's l'lcasmtTie\v.: .; go,:and;North Liberty, to South Bend.. .5 i From RusLville, by- Farmington, and lacomb Carthago, and Warsaw,'HL, toCeoknk 11., (;
water- Sih'er'lAke, and'Sharon, to Grass Rockville[ Armicsburg. Montezuma, to From Gentryvillcto Ferdinand. From.venwortb;by FredonNebras- From Monticclly to'Oxford. teelX0' Cbriners ville.. ." 5 Iowa.: '"* >

l From Sangatuck to South Haven. From Charleston, by Sylvan Grove,Blue, Pigeon S Anderson River, and New Hope to Rock- Moare'* Hillby" Stringtown' ,S 'to Vcstland, Greenfield, Hervey,; Alfont, ha, 'AVoodford' and flfatanidraa'; to Sprint t, f 413ay t

From Sault St. Marie, by Mackinaw,and Lick[ Chcenut Hill, South Boston, Salem, From'Goshcn, by New Paris, and Locke; Versailles. :I Woodburyf Walpole and Olio, to Nobles-' .. .. :: \ '. 'S
Duncan, to Saganaw. Texas, Bono. Lawrenccport, and Spring to Plymouth. S SS, port.From Leavcnworth, by Magnolia. Sterling From Muncietown by Sharon .Albany 1'iJlt'. -j,. From JUo mlnrlon.. by Roger**:FaI.; .5: :
From Sault St. Marie to Ontonagon. Mill, to Bedford. From Grecncastlc., by Grubb's MiU's and Worth.to'Jasper. Fairview, Half Way Mount Pleasant, Jay S From Salem, bjpanton; .New Philadeliaj'and I 'adaa; Senet Cheney' Grnve SedointLW'a. .o' f

From Saalt St. Marie. te }'ort"iUdns From Centrcvileby! Green's Fork,Economy Portland Mill, .Bcllmorc, Rockwell. ,, and From' Lexington,by New jrankford,and. Court llQn5Oj Dear Creek* ,New Gary don, pb Vienna to Lexington. < Station Point Pleasan, NorthFotS: j' ,;
l l1ri. and SkccPs Cross,Roads to Wilshire. S Jr5nfSalem, by Kossuth, Wa1nut.Ridge Jordan, and Poolsville. '
.on Lake Superior. and Trenton, to AVinchester.. Armies; to Montezuma.- Alphao Lafayette.i ., : l'
From Sault St. Marie by Grand Island. S From Centreville, by Bloomingnort; to From Greencastlo. by Eberle, Bainbridge From Le .anon, by.Ellzaville. 'to'Kirk', From Muncietown, by Smithfield,,Windsor Millport, Valaria, Browcston.. :Valley:Farm, ,From Blo/r.ington AUantaPoatvnieV S ,;_ ::

to Manjuette. Lynn. New Mays ville,,and North_Solem, ,to'James- Cross Roads. ,JJacksville AVinchesterBartaniaj:and and. Cartland, to- Rockford. SpiingfeIchiAck: Creek, Chs.thamAnburn, jL ... 44
.' From Shawano Wisconsin, by'Mouth of From Charleston by Jefferson S S ville S to .own.. From Lebanon, by-Jamestown. to Dan Duke to Grsnvjllo f *._ S From Salim, \byNew ,Retreat Livonia erdorv Girard, Praine .Station; CarienmeVFUinview -.*' I; ,
the. oo Hirer,' Michigan, Forks of Louisville Ky. <* S From Grecncastle b, Brunneretown. andMansfield. S From 'Muncietown, Jby Jcry court bysville, and Lost'River, to Qrleans5.S llacuupin SdipmaaBrigh-.' 5S .1
,Ontanogon, Minnesota, Adventure, Artie From Charleston, by Hnbbard,. Vienna S to Rockville ,: ville.From,Liberty;by Clifton, AbingtoiuCentrevillc House, andNew, C6rden'to Yishir'O.: : From Saloinj- by Texas. Leesville, Helonville ton, [and] GodfreytG-Alton. 'JK-,,-' SS t i'
S Grecncastle RusscllvUle'Wave-, and Bloorningport to Winchester. Fram'jMuncieown, by Pleasant/.Wood, t and Fairfax.tq'BIoomington. .FruniBloondngton, by rickApooan4 S 'fl
Dough'Iffniphton, and Algonquin Mines, 21arksbourough, Little York, and Tampica, From ,by S .
Lima' Alexandria l and New Lancaster, to Tipton,! Frem Shelbyville,)by,Fninklin tollcns. OldSTOwn'flniberptoCbeney'jqroye.S'. f.
Iloughtou on Portage Lake, Eagle River. to Brownstown. bnd and Jacksonville, to Covington. From to Stu'rges, Mkhigan; : : ,I
and Eagle harbor Cornier Harbor. From Cincinnatus. by Stilesville S to From Grecncastle by.Putnam ville, Cat -' From Linden, by ,Locust Grove New S From Moncie' bf.GranvlIJJUackCoN' ; }1' I From Bloomington .by'Delta, Le:Roy :t; t.
From Shiawasscc by North Vernon, klount Washington.From ract, and Cuba to Spencer.5.From : Richmond, Sugar Grove and,, Shawnee Hontpelicr, Blufllon. ,. OHonto, "to" Fort From Scafrold ,Prairie', :bf, 'Wgit,5to Santa Anna' ;and Mamhomet,'.to Urban.. ") 1 fI"
Shawn.Prairie. ) ayne. __ ullivaru .., .: I S From Buf&lo Grove by .' ".
Swan Creek Crpckersville Flint, and Clarksburg by New Salem Rush- Greenfield, by Mount Comfort, Mound.to 55 5 -5 : ? BfooksvillejrAYhitc 4 .
Keareley', to Lapeer. cub Smelser' Mills,and Raleight toLcw- S Germantown Lawrence, Millersville, and I From'Logansport; ,by"-Amstc'd4m Burr 'From Nashville, by Bean, Blossom ana i' :FrOm Sclma by Albany. and, Nileato, Oak Grove,, ind- S Crane'S Grove-5 to., S o: :' ;
From St.C1air 'by, China Belle 'River road Ripple Augusta. I nctt' creek MoutkreJlo,' .Maneri, Cathcort Mount Morian'.Edinburg. : lontpelier. ? S S'S .recpoi1., ,-' S 55 5) .5;.I,': 1

and CottrcllriUc..to .Mzonac., u inme From dark' Hill, by Lauramio and From Greenfield by Harrington,'Columbus White Post, Pleasant Grove; 1sslaeri S From New,Albany,ty:BennettsviUe,'N. 'From Shelbyrille ,by.Noah, Greenfield, S: Trom Brighton, lyPiasaFidelitnRhof. ;*. : S i '. :=

S S From Stony nun by Goodrich, David- Concord;to Ronmey. ,'Pendleton,end Mendon, 'to, Edan, in and Brook to Iroquois; (Illinois.i )' I'ro\fdence. Pekin,. }lart1it wn; :Salem, den, Mendon,' and Pendleton l to'UuntaFroni d'* ;Point Rockbndge; Fayette Green! .-. 1.' t'

sonville. and lladJel.to Farmer's creek. From Clinton, Lock, by Clinton Indiana, Hancock County. 5S From Loga'nportt by,Metes; Fulton'R CampbeIl3IurgLeip8 BedfoKicUarrodsburg OrlcafI..JV dland, S flUe. 5 5 field. Athensvillftand' Zion' to.Jackson'-. S '1, S "
BloOmington Snuthficld James '
by )[iDhonse Napoleon chester Sdneyy; Plymouth,: Fairmount Juliet! tit Albany and rile '
Froai'SoulhflCld, by Franklin, .to Birmingham. Furnace, Baldwinsville Illinois to Paris. From Greensbnrg, ; ,. t.
Coffee creek Valparaiso Por ; Delaware, North'Hogan, Manchester, Lakeville,, South Bend, Notre/Dame.; and Crawfordsville faJeUe'llatt.le'; Ground, ltiiison'st4IMoutpelicr. SS ;-;From;Brookville, 1l traJo GasTO,52 S 5 j J
S SS Feont by VuTItireri-.fo. Michir From South Hanover Saluda:NewVashington.and clay and Gennessee Grove **% '
Brookston by to
Elizabcthtown Bertrand toA'ilcs.From' .- f Reynolds, : Clyde.
From South Haven to San tuct,at the ter Cross Roads Boon GroTC,Hebron, Out- AVright' Corners Lawrenccbnrg, ,
LbckV Station Bowdishe'sMills gan'Cty. u., Pollc Rl n1d McGee's) From Cairo,by Santa Fe, Thees and J.* 'N ,
Ohio Cleve'ff Dry Ridge and by : / ",
mouth Kalamazoo, Allcgan County. let, West creek,Cedar hickory Point ; Prom k Albany bycirvtowiesrSalisbury to Charleston., E'Mc.&rete'stoJoneaborough. : .- 4 ',
v-- ;
Swart'Creck in Gcncsssce County.by backto Cheviot to Cincinnati. and Brighton; to Montgomery } S S ,
From and
Gab to Byron.< Winfield Coffee,creek.Deep River '. ,' 5 From,Grecnsbu by' Kingston; Spring From Logansport 'by Spring Creek, )3 Barren" Mill town;.' :Jfarengo, From tOmner:: by Sulphur Hill. Win- From ,Cairo, by Smithland Santo Fr 14 ,
Twelve Mile Perrysburg Gilead Niconga Mount Pre5rccWickhiDitoe71 I1iInd errowa, and Flat hock, Ito,ColOmbuaSteel's .Thebes,and Thompson1 Ferny,to Cedar l : :
Moscow : :
from Hill AVilliamstown and to MiIroy.S .
Tecumwh, by Tipton, SprinriUe.Cambridp From Colfax, by Frankfort, to Michigan- Uartsville and Laketon, to North Manchester Celcstine. Jasper. .'From by Oraugcj;>*New" 'Salem, creek Landing S *"*- I ...
Moscow Green&burg Clifty '
Woodstock,'Somerset sod town. S From From' by LewisburgJ Per FromNewAtbanYl.'by Knob..Creek aidhomazStrong's ichland, -Clarksburg, and Kingston, .to From Caledonia,by Valley Forge'Unt-! :. :''. t 'I t
Columbus. Logansport, ; ) .
to .
JonesvDIe. Columbia to.Wolf : 4
to 'From by* ,Pampana, Hope, : S ,
From Greensburg to' Rushville. Wabash.. 'LaCTO, huntington, Mahon Roanoke : Elizabeth. ,rccflsburg... ." and Santa Ee; to Commerce. &*r- t 4 \ .
5' From Tccnmseb by. Ridgcway, Ridge Lake. T / From few"Albany; by Bridgeport;Eltea-] 'From,StifesviUo : Cosport -, 'From Caledonia Station Preeinct .
'; and ,Vork;to Ypslantte From Columbus, by,Tayloreburp, Nash- From 1Ia. rBto\\'n.by Dalton; 'Lore'ntiville and ,. ba.ite. to Fort Wayne; : ". ,, bfradeS\"ilJl\'t' by j
Beth and Laconia Manckpbrt Poplor\Grove Park Corder Burton'jT )
:' Whiteficld. Otta Unionvilie Hwett*..ATindsor.,'Parker, Fairview, From Logansportby Blue Grass Kewa- ; f t ,#
to .
,fromTolcdoOhioby Hie, and Bloomington! ,. bnOsflldafd5Ijdon5 Straw l'erkirisTi11
Pipe Corners
w 3liasfleId Joncsville Rock and Quincvy Camden; .. na, and Aublananblco,to Yellow;River.FroniLogansportj rrof1..AlbpJ1i. From' .-:! by ,South_Grove, Whs.andarient.S : t. A J
l.ab RIp Wicblgai Palmyra..A From by > .
; Columbus '
;S' : ,. JrVek Alexandria, Sumcijtsville ,. Grant Delavan. &: .' .
'. llagentoirn .by Unionsport to by; Cornucopia to -" f' : 555, J .'
Clayton Uadaoarlorida Ililll- brd. From ; : L
: S 5. ,Front ..Richmonjjby, Dar r .Webster.Williamsborg. andJofles1ruQM&rion; c' 5 'PrunmOiiritoCharlestonMis., r' '
Camden. 7 : : -d '
'. dale, IsriBe. .8"I..nu. Quincr ColdS From Columbus, byMoor9*: Vineyard Jlacknillej ; \ ,- h3lountsvillesiiMonsey S 1-
.:' .' .Fcom Wi. to From Edwardswillel "to"CollinsvCle. It .
lyKcrwana ana. LIar.bcr'stoLaporL Economy, Strifirtonby !inderhook Carlbvilla. by : 4 ;
btamilton : .
Richland. York .
From Logansportj .
Branch Branson's Front ,by '
water, Batavia Prairie Jlilo and lIettoo.me .
Mount Hclthyt Mooneyi New/Burlington,'to, ., \ ipton. .; '.' .--5S :|" ..: j t'
Clear' to 55
Jot Lock1 Station White Lake>iandJ"Cauiden[ Reading ;
Stargw Pigeon '
to Bedford. .
From 'New' Castle 'byJlAn5WebsLcAsblandRogthvifleand : S 'From Tipton by Windfall .Jerome Hi- Fronx Carlinvine .I
: From Lwanitpdrti b/Royal Centre and i : ; :, '
I TJriatol Elkhart, Indiana Mishawfca South S
llarsb helhentonaviild. .
: : From' ConnersTille. ,, by ", Michigan. : > and ; :
n- Samtnerset tWabasb.S Francisco Horricane
"CFronfCorydoo..bl LirsytoM m a leyviHe. Hillsboro ,
dir road 'wo Mile; :Prairie, to 'yjnfmacc. : f :
S. Ucnd Laporte Coflae' Creek and Cilnmet From FartJbrd, by thf most c$ "
.. I to Chicago Illinois Warren. S Vrom Logansport, ,by.Amsterdam,:Bur- ClCto S S S" I 'Fromn51'iphen 1'WCa.dfa11'P" YJ"Va- ; .A'andalia, and Foster, to Salem. ;. ] ":/' f' I
From' NowCaiUe; "hj SnipbcSpiings. bash5 From Caftingville, ,by Mooltonvule -
Jr.. From Wayne, br. -ankin t Plymouth renswortb. .' From rrisonby Logarv Kelse; X,cwAisaceahd neWki and Monticello, to'Reynolds.Frwa S .
t.ChestCrliuldS : FMTeihlAutibyIBoevtIIefliun&sjtadWave1andan45 Mount Ofive Prairie Farm Staunton.Talnca'AIbambra *
.Gilead Middletown, ; : # :
Bcrrj-eburg ,
MiUtio JforthTille.Ranulw Cork to North Hogan.S f Ixjgansport ; S 'f .
't udJlead' Front Crawfordiville by Independence I't
'NbblesitilJe C5ccrotovi.T "andShieldsville Bur Val-i : and St -.. .'
tile Plank' to jiketon Manchester all ibUrg Liberty Froitf by roes Marine Jacob to, .
: ,f.r JW'a1M b1 .Centre.and and Pine Village to Oxford.- From Huntington bjf ( l'O.adL -' '' '. .1
S ; -. '
Mats. 5 Mills, Springfield,CotarobK PampanoCold to.Tipton; ; :: 13)1 byCrawfordfliUe.. ., Lebanon. .J.;: f
;,'& -.JIoronl.t Brownflowu.S From Crawfordsville ,by WaynastownBilUborol Liberty' 55Frou Lake n'dPQrLAltchcJ to From Nornsto.wn, $iyManiUyAnCIOiba.tct3Iiddletown J :: S ;FrouvTerr Haute to Lewi S From Carlyle by" Crooked creek. Cen* 4i. .j :' .i
AVarreh Spring, Wolf t"
to Lelht :
,. From West "a..b.1..Aure1ia'l : aqdCo1e' creek"to :.Covingto hluntingtonbyMayavillo'toMo'ntpehiei5 ". '
: Avalnu't Hu to Venon' f
Trom.Terre1Haute by.uma,Clinton.IOclCIintot4fligblai4 .' ttaliaiuid Mount 1 :
Albion. S 'itW"i'r'1
:.. ,. ceatrslabb&riiwunty.; From CrawfordsvUle by Ladoga, NewMjaUl& .Blackford, and Franville ; 5
-From Whit MottvaUeJYohofl S to S rrvu* Louisville (Ky;) **j -P**rtI ** *.e' nni( etr, "d n., .r JVJii e .1er.other.R Newport.Eugene IsvsnCarlyieby German town and Look i ; '
K Pigeon by S \ /5 V i to' Manncietowni.From" .Knob Galena j pab ic burt,GTampicol "crry ville;'CuTmgtDo'PorLl,.Rob 'Koy; inz"Glass, Mascontah. '2From. -
XdanuviU,Xdirardtburgh, NileS .Cottage }romcrafordirUIe.byPIeasant:: ,Hilt; :Ilunlington, by Tracy.'Murray; Albany. Indiana, Floyd : ".. ,:' SI ", Prairie, : .
., Harr'dinsburgr to GranvUle*. ,- ttica,Shawncej and West,Point, \ Carlyle by Beaver Creek, GreentHle ; -
; Fredericksburg ; : '
Greenville "
f JliH Indiana and.Terr* Coup*,to.-IIndon. STewtownRob Roy,:and' Attica to, >Vilianuport. BJuffton,1,. Nottingham, Pennville; NewMotrnt'Pleaifahti ; From Wb P.r i;$ toLaJayette.S Elm and Bear Creek to HUUbori "l
S ; 'Ckambersburg,.PaolV;'Pleasant I t" bT : t oint. : ,
; Warnerv Ue pecrfielaV Jlouht Dolly < S S
From by Plainto .' .
Oak ; 'i \ *
NinVillageth5Yxford.)1 Froui err haute by Fruit 1fl31IMdge.tWid ,. \ ; 3tf .
llount d ;
Brijralon. From Crawfordsville;. by Darlington JIUl Grovo,(Ohio i ,) and Mount llcrpn, ,toQreeriTille Valley! :Pleasant, Washingtotlj'ZanTillc.1 pendntcand 'Snt Portland i .From Buent Prairie FaSrffcld ',," i ; "
c and4to9rvefl -MedeliinV Carml-by ; -r'
vaie and esr15f IIeto.VIncenne*., 'rOni 9ZSby; ..,.; S ; j
by,Orang Mills toUO Thordton and Rccso'* Hills to Kirk <"l : : "
t. Newjranilin .-
loro. : ; Hickory Bill to Salem.FromCarm r
1 by New' Detbe'J' From"tat jetteJ; ; byPoolsviHej! indepen.ancLRainaymlleW .ss -5 5 "' S. J j
From .- :
r Springs Ban7.Cow1tl',, Cross ads. : .Indianapori ( .
'. dt)1l: Ox.ord ''Fronurlc.tO jaohm,; "- ,. "',i' .1fi D'Tfrre'naut ,by PoplariniV'Maans. S bl.McLeanaborO., to- Ben- S ; jtcin. .
>UKJL "From CrawfordiTille by GreencatUe, Pleasant View, .Brandywine, ;5hclbyvillo tDlP91; : Yromerstnle Oer.e a l tx r1. ;: "i ., SuUivanuCourt: Hou omnd l\ew-tel S :.. 'J.' ,
( .
S St. Omer Greensburg Herman- CoolGuUfordand "" l .
Ladon, &D&C&rPSDtTTUIO Eambridge ; < :Lafayette .y. CorJagton :TerreuauntcI'ointC'nnmerceBloomflelJNs'e ; t453pa. .' 'ts4V ; aiw il"t Cariislev' *' ." S ., '* From Carthage to NaUToo.r ;
S 'From5kflinum,1sru4n&fi4dMm; ) ; Jfortk' .From Crown Poiot; by MirUnifle'an4;. Lawrenceburgj\ '"to Cincinnati 5 5 SS From J : -S. 'Prom Owensv'ille to'M ttnlCum. '. l 'FronnTerMTrraate. ; or RUeyVLew! ; CofteeI"AYorthiogtia TronV 'Carthage, bj Me. OaryVPiloi: ..: )

fort amdOntaz4o.toL4ma.,' ,Waloott' Hilbr, 'Mtrcy,' Fly Creek S'S ,Hobrt.to"S From DmeerAeIdbyRldgevile Lak*Station. Ennn tt.lY Ohio.' ,nn I. iiWP 1 by. Bridgeport 5; ,' Plain- burg,'and; Peterbttrg\to; B vanmvilie ": : From:\Oxfordj: by Catalpa:Grgre!:[taaujCarMnter'crJek"tdRens8laer. ), t ,.i and JPoint Commerce,'60. GroTe".U..Uarps' sndIDIandinmriIIE, 1r.-\ t-. 5 j'

\ abbieTillc/ L Muddy 1. :
Poland ; / :
:<;From,Albion to$n juvt *";"." ;C.-* ," 1leFar.VicwAlbiu1;;: : : ,., GraimBe And fkld,Cartersburg,Bellville,'ClaytonPeck** FroM-i Iodivi1ie-filuntezumaj.LafayettQbyAttica, arfd ,Numa t. S F tm .PoIL>y/PfOpect-toN; tchep., 5 P5TroytiWorth.yUninn'City -.S; 'L FromCai'ly'Baruer>* I Coruersupa.. '.,: 4niid.TheathsndtoOswege.
,.FitriUe,4nd.w Roy ton, to"WheUnfr : : burg, Morriiville -,Chic1 nat .,'CoaUyU1oOreuUethvManbsttsflRiei. ., '
OUexandria Davis creek
. by Frencfrl&k ; : by : ;
S to Terre Jlaute, ,, Recore7hsc. ;
,jnd nce.and Jono'IMiiltecJerome.'> < ': : job DeerfieU by.Boundary,and 5alamonU "' *-. 'From .Cafayette'I','by ,MonUceHo- .Wma-' LUdlo.1Ulllnb ;:Jaa r1reIa "WhlOa' 'andOeuua ( otoSt'Iarjrl. : r From vChnti *'.pyI" :wtt.7., :. .f .

.: From Andenoa, by ProspetjtqA1ex-" : ,to Fort Recovery, Olo.'VDeflsnbfniriersb. ,Fwmcrf. and ille;CloT Harmoby.Brazil rtaria to Terre S taaton Uante/,Van' ;Bureh' ma; NorthBendsud, ; _P lomouth,-to, Nile.. ,,:', d-Delecta.blQ. -. -,-lfal0.., '. : t." S ;F b isinOD g 'Y mii1gt.Kookvae(and 1 orbIMite-to\.," : : 'if ,1F
'tndria.r .
t Mile ,TJewrUle Mount Rich. From'Indiantpolis:by Castleton Nobleih ichigan.-- : .5. b.p, -- ,'.e" '' -- )' Wequi-.T 5 5 5 V ; : rt f S :
; S -I. -From And !r onvllle,, by RicUmd. MU Hope,Auburn; S J Ubj 'v PilOtKnobsntFredonuto t 1)1:0: nqZeMI GtkeP -l' ij
S 5 111Yoicow and'Blu Ridge .,to ,Sbtlby-v land Centre. LUbon,Irriag/ud Albioa,; to yule.. Cicero, : ..:Shieldville Tiptoa, : From t Cobb'i, &., MtloeU0L&adIa5n .M_ P1.5Mm, to15'. .
r;& .. .Worka '"iJ .gokoino ',pleasant spring inahlpy%'Molls' and:,'Jeer.o;;, o. rinkfort. ,-, 9&t"snd5 ., -- "
; ; .
Iron ,, .
.. till*. .- ., ? Noble" 'UTa.rpI ._'it.r,"',,'.1 .' .. t'pendJ; Clark.r 1aUIrS m i I-. :', : .
!;: Froto Jltllca,, ,by Rahisvllle; Andrew From'Delaware, to frattJurei" mo} Wawpicoan&PaOe! 1I'L.'eru.' li' .._) :-' .X r' iiU"'we' a :' rHiiyb 'Ne 0 'H Do.'N "- '. : 'l" 't 4r
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TIAXSLATKD'FOaTHl.HrtOKtDA 1 tirs.wPrm :: 'TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.At .,. f; '. .,From'Ik*Jf T.tBt S :" : : fag rrusondesw. :of the Mobile Evening

: igt. Junto Jutes.JACKSONVILLE s. ( At' P ron.'.Vodenol ,Arfetitl. "fTii4aday,3df5DeeewbiiJ834. S .. :aWeiing of the;young .men' of IMPORTANT-CABINET; MEKT$. :..? ,MOVEExtrd ;- '-' S . "." -'. :; 'LIAx' Varcfa.. : *> '- -from TampaJU;; ofl S the

) Madison,OB motion of Y John J."Thomas, Serion-Cabinet CoftIUllatio arrivedw, ti Lherpoolr &toUM ;-. ;, ,

. Oflclal Retoa CHANDLER- H. 'SMITH"'was' called 'to 'Critical Sate a AffairtLatut csibaaOutrageConsuLTAIinpson'sGzs.r JJOv beta.*Ww' ek later*than p*advice*,per, b : tie stage road from'here to

Friday, the 1st instant, at Aga_ ;on the.bt., Johns river the
.1o'cO'A' the Chair, and E."X.TAHS: requested" loact I Markets : : ,
: 1 witnessed the reception i The X 1 berado'-Look out for A:call of r .. mUd ft aa unbroken flat pine

PEDEV, clrctet 0 Resident. as Secretary.Mr ." Congn9...Mr.;SouU't'Affair*, ftf.WASHIKCTOS .' I Cotton. baa'dediied-'I1O't4S'- Sjleibftb of ; : : ;'snitable only r /.nimg cattle. At

SATURDAY, APKIL, 1865.t3TW Minister of I.t Republic' of the ,E*J./Vann, In:a lew brief; and appropriate : 3arch,28, 1855.. week' 17,000 Wio/of_which," peeatatorS,took, MOO. { that distance jou,come to:what are

Unit ri.kstated the object of the and exporters',11,000. The,*glowiag5qsotstiou* On the Hammock.. They mem-
States of North America to the Argentine Cabinet meetings were held at the White .
, ., $ tie fereitAsmbeeripUoni or advertlsemente This: took place In a special,residence the Middling ..........I M'<23 1-ftd., surrounding pine lands. 'Tbo
*, friend.ilr. FELIX LIVINGSTON and cussed for the third time since adjournment ;
which his the' President : of the Fair Uplands.....n..II-8d., growth U live oak,bay.Ironwood,
wul to acknowledged.nU appointed of
Congress. Marcy was among
Ecllnc condolence with his mother brothers 'sisters 7ed.Bmdstuffs If and hickory. The timluer U low
for the lion. Resident Minister. warmest in its Ca or. Gushing has availed Middling; do ...,.. .'
and the United States. and numerous relatives and concludedby and are hr her. Cora 41 to_43 Mao- '' ; very thick, so aa to, ren .
, His. Sen. JAMES A. PEDalS, himself of this favorable change, appears almost
. TTe an ti7..i to learn by Indications Eclenc moving that a committee of four'be appointed in Tuesday' Union in sn elaboratewar cheater advices are more favorable.. impassable'in places.The
fc conductedby the Prime Minister of Foreign eoD.oll about rerjrDght'and sandy, bat wry fine
draft preamble editorial written by himself. 9S&General
to and resolutions.
: different that the
quarters stiff
a pipe at from twelvito
; clay
Relations who conducted by theAids '
was Our relations with art of a more .
t administration, is making preparations to The following gentlemen were appointedon before Intelligence.The U a i four inches.' ,The pine lands around
de of the staff have '
Camps serious character than they
-e.: Seeont energetically any future insults that GOTmora said committee, to..wit: E. J. Van A. I been and should extr session be determined Vienna Conferene*,was formally opened are said to be fine, by the
after being with the military honor an the Russian
rive A. Yeoman 0. M. Lee the 15th hut, Priaee ,GortachakoaV and and most reliable planters generally
maybe offered oar flag along the coast of and John S.Thomas, the President will be able to
I upon, '
due to his rank was introduced Ambassador, was present.Hopes better cotton than the haJJI-
: .; Cab by Spanish cruiser Th'u intelligence ito who reported the following, which were I place before Congress in his message, a wen'about equally con' I
the midst of assembly of the most respectable of and done the In regard to peace although they far surpass them, in
. 4 U gratifying, but it i is not sufficient a unanimously adopted: history grievances wrongs balanced. of corn., The a.erap'pro
citizens, into the hall where His I United States by Spain that cannot fall of
: to satisfy an indignant peojJe. It !a true the President Our worthy friend and associate FELIX producing a great sensation. He is in po&8l"8sion I The Austrian and Prussian circulars Indicate the its is said to' be, on the best lands
Excellency surunde by GLENN LIVINGSTON is I restoration of bat the address of the CcVr a half bale of Sea Island Cotton
that towards Spain the United States can no more. Verily it is said of all the facts attendingthe peace per
Ps afford be magnanimous but our Government his Ministers, a.aite Presenting we know not what a day may bring forth. late outrage upon our Consular Agentat Alexander to the army breathes war. are never is wortlfrom fifteen to toxnty-
to his credentials, of which he was the bearer la Grande the tearing down of The Allies bad reopened the fire upon. ,S until corn. slionld} here mention
that heart Sngua
Though which but ,
has exercised forbearance until it a few days
.. Governor he addressed His Excellency : : cotton, bale only weigh about
to the our national coat-of-arms which was placedover bastopoL :
has amounted to wealtncsr. We think that in the following words which wegive since beat high with future anticipations, the door of our consular residence j Napoleon's Journey to the Crimea it was supposed pounds.The lands are wf-

I''.; we are now entitled to indemnity for the lies cold in death-though with our own the destruction of the same after its removal -. ,bad been postponed.The Last Tery sightly, and the'only ;difficulty

' well at length :- hands we assisted in the funeral ceremonies by CancbVs agent; the forcible seizureof i English committee of inquiry into the management with Is the.prices atwhich, they are
past M at "tecurity for future.
:' Your Excellency : The President of the his still continued iu labors. The owners asking from Jive to
American Consul of the
i and consigned him to that cold dark the ; presentationto war, '
The should for that
be atoned and
past Unite States has accredited me, in the and silent Concha,and the demand of sufficient securities From Spain we learn that Gen. Conchs, the per acre for hammock lands

promptly. The example of Grejtown position of Resident Minister the Governor grave"we can scarcely realize for his appearance when called for Captain General of Cuba, bad sent to the Cbrtes on unimproved. What'are said to be
should be followed in the t that be.has gone to that bourne whenceno ; All these facts are pine lands can be yet procured
and exemplified of the Argentine Republic.It by the lovernor-General. fall details of the late conspiracy in Havana. He
immediate destruction of the entire Sinn- traveller returns." But alas whenwe are in the possession of the President, and also recommended that t large concessions be granted price. The ,country Is of
affords me great pleasure to express look around us and that his the only expiation for the outrage appears thinly settled. In speaking of neigh
tch fleet in the Gulf of Mexico. We hear see smilingand M the Cubanswhich b was uDanlmoa.l.approTed
the ( call them when within
to your Excellency assurance of the benevolent countenance with in the assertion that he was not recognized I* Belgium the ministerial crisis continued. eT close.
neaofii1c1auesanda1IpartiesgivingeLeEnent extreme friendship and consideration which by Concha as American Consul, and had no five miles. Game is abundant;

expression to their indignation the President and of the all the virtues of his soul greets us not right to place the American coat-of-arms (SICOKD UP TC.] gratis turkeys are only hunted when the
the repeated and unprovoked outrages that Unit the sad reality that he is no more is but over his door. This, however, it is ascertained Coi mama, March an. 10.,15 P. M. of the family' require. it. It U 'cer
States bears towards .
; : & have been heaped upon our flag and shipping jour Excellency.These too painfully impressed upon our minds.If ,had in a reality nothing to do with Dennutotin says' cotton Is doll, owing to large i an easy country" to live in, but I do
sentiments emanate from a sincere and insult.It it is country for A man to make
I we Visit the family circle there is this summary act despotism quantes: offering, but closed firm. Middling Uplands
and : the ) an '
; notwithstanding disgraceful to perpetuate by all honorable is known that General Concha had for i in very fast. A family that'cared
S ..41f of whose entire attention deir absent son and brother and the anguished the residence of 4 15-16. Stock 685,000, including 415,000 fur could themselves
supinencBs Congress, ( means whatever relation exist between us some time suspected that, American. society enjy. ,
seemed to have been occupied with spirits of a mother brothers and sfeters, our agent, Mr. Thompson, was a secret & only twenty miles from the coast,
whether commercial. or social, a they produce that seek in vain to follow the spirit of rendervons, where congregated certain suspicious After the market closed, on Friday speculatorstook during the summer months, all who

schemes to plunder the public treasury.) .corresponding which tendto their beloved to the still* characters, who were known to be 4,000 &. wb could pickle enough fish to hit
we firmly before that the adoption of the establish for who gate it, unfriendly to the Governor General. The Prussia Muses to accede to the treaty with the oak the the remainder,of,the year. Oysters
: cnfdcnc 6 deepens the conviction that the relentless allies. She will, therefore, be excluded from conference ;i
most resolute the President to their and dims
measures by fair a spies of the Governor reported ., very frequently
S would be sustained by the people with a 6 purpose. monster, Death, who respects not the master the names and residence of the individuals with them. one along the coast.,
These sentiments shall receive my most and authority The Russians are formidably fortifying the :
shout. bright fond anticipations of the youthful thus offending; and our the
careful attention during my official real heart further informs us that out of the number valley The New Bounty L/andAct.
S nor the fonder ,
yet and brighter
have the entire confidence in
We most dence ; also, t cherish those friendly relations of those thus reported, from twenty to thirty Inkerman has sunk two.more ships. The hare an : from the' Washington Union,
hopes who loved him has
: the firmness and patriotism of the administration which alone can produce happy but have been arrested and imprisoned, manyof bor siege work was progressing with greatactivity. pear following are the estimate of,the

;' but we have come apprehensionthat and future. I too surely accomplished his fell purpose.- their families not knowing their fate or Austria had addressed a letter to the Germanic could at lands which will be absorbed the

they do not rely with sufficient confi- prosperous How true it is, that he selects the brightest whereabouts, and the sufferers themselves Federal government, informing them that the now by

Allow me, your Excellency. to present mark at which to aim the deadly shaft I kept in ignorance as to the cause of their Austrian commissioners will present new propositions been bndbil1ACTt'S.
dence on the patriotism and pluck of the letters of credential Resident Mr. who is re- point I
my as As a of feeble imprisonment. Thompson for the effectual mobilization of Germany, to
testimony tribute
people. As an ardent supporter of the ad- Minister of the United States. to him presented a very discreet and intelligent be continued. same applications for 80 acres _h. 4,800,000
who has been so,early made his victim- the S do120 'do ... 15,000,000
favoring cause .
4 ministration we loci at liberty to speak person was reported as also insUU the of
His Excellency, the Governor, replied in Austria npon necessity being St. te (less than me month and
thus plainly) with the full confidence that the who by his gentle and generous spirit fixed of the Cubans ; and it was further stated prepared for all eventualities. labor fourteen days) . 40,000

candor will be and that following manner: fast the affections of all who knew him- that he was in correspondence with their Prussia had issued a decree prohibiting the exportation .. . .. 30,000
ur appreciated, Senor Minister: Happy am I to ack- whose nobleness of character leaders, as his letters would prove upon a of all such articles as deemed navy. matters, te .'; '. 10,000
servility is not expected of any of its nowledge in the accredited Resident gave promise search of his premises being made. This were con- fur OD.ar!. . . 8,000
friends. you of much in future-whose life was such search immediately followed the arrest and traband in war. here rl . . 12,000
S 5S Minister of the North Union of
is command
.merc that the example left us is a solace in the departure of Mr. Thompson for Havana Oaten Sacken now oLSebastopol. and
We know that the President has been
and to. rh.e at your hands the credentials could be found Since the death of Nicholas the general aspectof 'l00000. ,
midst of our sorrowing-an example rich but not a letter or a paper .. . . ..-.
:. kcld in check by the criminal indifference with which you charged. justify the Governor's suspicions. The monetary and commercial affair has undergonea The 16.000,000

S .f Congress to the honor of the nation, and I feel greater pleasure a to hear thosemanifestations in its purity which must long live in our search was privately undertakenand could favorable change.' English accounts say that is a .- . .. W'_ .'35,900,000
affections an which when Nicholas last addressed Alexander he fur.
example neither
s to bit recommendations, but we think that of and any proof have been found againt will
he has had abundant assurance by the friendship esteem Death's cold touch, nor the rude hand of Thompson of a treasonable character, his wetly advised him to make peace with the allied CUSTOM..1. common prac-
which the President people of the Uni. incarcerated and must have even at the if of Russian '
Time punishment powers expense necessary
can obliterate
ever we. his friends Paris which
; impresses, a
triumphant support given his veto measures ted States towards the of in Black Sea U.S. stranger
L profess people followed.It influence the : ; that be himself
and associates, do unanimously adopt the good ill that of lifting! or taking off the
' S. that the boldest policy, if prompted the Argentine Republic and their Chief is thus that Spanish tyranny trifles would previously have taken the responsibility to in ,

'S by patriotism, will meet the approval oft Magistrate.I following resolutions: with the rights and privileges the Amercan act in accordance with this advice Lad bf not believed a.funeral paases. A writer en

people .That he had the nerve to trust that the residence of Excel- Resolved, That we deeply deplore the citizen and representative ; and our redress in the possibility of the Anglo-French Al a relates the following:

S 1 take the is the secret of your death of one, whose generous heart, amia- fur these abuses had hitherto been a liance. lie advised that Alexander's constant years since, we were one of that

mponsibity" lency in this country, (being possessed of ble disposition and frank manners, placed promise to examine into the subject and effort should be to detach Frnnce from England; a crowd ner pouring'up and down

General Jackson's unbounded popularityand such shining abilities a distinguish him,) him in report the result to our government when to unite Russia with Prussia and Austria; addingthat i When in frontofodS't.Paul'as
high our esteem and affection.
influence, and similar, qualifications shall have effectually contributed to arrived at. But I have the gratification to perhaps his own pride had been excessive, and 'were attracted by the appearance of

always secure the enthusiastic support strengthen more aid the cordial Resolred, That we offer our sincere and inform you that Spain will no longer find a God had humbled him therefor. of the French war\es.el!l La 1M-
more relations with
1 -
of a heartfelt condolence to his widowed mother repetition of this leniency on the part of After the Cxar'a death,his body was exposed in which then rutted the United
courageous which exist between the two Governors
pple.FLJI. brothers and sisters, in the loss of a the United States. The'El Dorado demand the chapel until the ICth when it was buried,with uuder the command of the Prince de

KAILBOAD.-We bad the pleasure eo identically assimilated in the son and brother so dear, and that we mingle fur redress is on its way to the commandersof appropriate ceremonies. I The crew: were in< their naval

S yesterday of meeting A. Bangs, Esq. forms of Government which they preside our South American squadron, which, The telegraph reports the discussion in the conference built nmfurnj, bright and beautiful and
our sorrow with theirs, over that- void together with the lato assault upon our JWO
the contractor of the firm who I hope the residence of the Honorable basis fur bad uuatenn along erring the 8 hl8.-
ming upon a general negotiations by
.4. liare to build the Railroad across which has been so unfortunately made in representative at La Grande, and the I terminated and i once they st.'pped. formed a line,

1 ; the Peninsular of }'Irida from Amelia Minister shall b an agreeable one to the family circle, and which no earthly other wrongs so long complained of' Rumors favorably.current in that Anstri after inward, and uncovered. IIoW ex

Island to Cedar Keys. Bangs informs him that he wll accept the considerations filt.Resolred. by the American government, in all probability were England In and touching was, the scene when
power can Presidentof will be siUUfied without the demolition of Sebastopol all
that he to have two hundred which I tender his will shortly determine the in that
us august personage. thoiiglitkttd, busy,
ulJt That while the but Napoleon absolutely InsuU that her
we deplore the United States to call the representatives upon
on the i a few days and that After some friendly conversation withHis to crowd a man of .foreign birth,
b. r condition.
unexpected in which his of the people together, and to place I
will pushed on as possible calamity family are tly and friendless under whose
.ork fst a Excellency the President the Hon. J. The Government in of poor ,
before them for their decision, the important Spanish are receipt confidential 4"J
there lack, of Mr. B. concerned up. carried and >
bring no funds EO intimately we acknowledgeour *. a tiny coffin. by his
% A. PEDEN retired, the same honorsand question of war or immediate restitu- dispatches from Conchs to the effect that ffttit > ,
for Charleston make receiving stricken
l.eft1ast mother.
evening arrangements calm submission to the will of IIim, Th y were in
.., S for the imwl-iat commencement distinctions with which he was re "whose are past finding put and who tion. The evidences around me distincty the present condition of affairs in Cuba inspired a she i of a burial fur their babe, and Were'
ways ,
call of session of Con- him with uneosincas. He recommends
the that
point to an extra concessions -
:, of the work upon the piling and cx$ ) and unheeded in that gay torrent of
; bridge over Nassau river. SkrannoA Re- cgiz. docth all things according to his own good ;rcss. :. be made to the people of the Island and in ty until they met these '
hardy temp
that this mission -
will tend
/can. blicte t pleasure." S On Monday evening Mr. Soule had a. that a B-eputy be admitted to the Cortz. He also mariners who 'on the instant -
: ,
bind fast the chains of friendship and interview with the President and those ; .
private the Government not thenegroes
perfect to
Resolced That of begs emancipate ;
The above,which appeared in the Savannah ai a testimony our ets beads stood in silent respect,
r harmony which unite the ArgentinePresident affection and esteem, we will wear the on Tuesday met with the Cabinet. It is which would cause Cuba to seek admission sets the sacred ashes'of the unknow la-' '
.J Republican some daJIinc gave us J with the Republic of the United reported here that an anti-Spanish meeting, into the United States. He says if the Cubansare and passing. Such arc French man
I hope that the long talked of and much desired States.In usual badge of mourning for thirty dai s. to be held in your city, is in consideration, not pacified 20,000 troops cannot permanently ber. .

1. enterprise of connecting the Atlantic Resolved That a copy of these resolu- and if held, that Mr. Snub may be inducedto bold the Island. The Government has officially

and Gul was aboutto commenced. We the courteous and gentlemanly baring tions be sect to the mother of the deceased, address it. That Mr. Soule has been notified the Cortes that tranquility bad been ix- tion SPAXISH OUTRAGE. The

I Lave since, learned that. b the contractor has of the Hon. Mr. PEDE, we augur a- and also to Florida Sentinel, Floridian & sounded upon this subject, I have reason to tttured in Cuba.Proceedings. ., Magyar. Capt LUtlettrld which
and that he has declined
f believe having
: guarantee for the safe-keeping and consolidation at e-Yorkl' on :31onday frum
commenced operations. Contracts have of these important relations. Journal, Jacksonville News, Abbeville anything to do with public meetings until of Council. this ,Jamaica on the night of the 11 th

s; already been made fur }'amett timber (or.h We sincerely trust that the honorable Banner and Georgia Watchman, with the his affairs with government are settled, is here i Cape Su. Antonio bearing: north

at Fernandina; also, timber to gentleman's residence amongst us, may b rcluest that they be published.On also certain._ S .' COCKCIL CHAMBEX, March 81st, 655. 'vans was fired at.by a Spanish steam5:,,-

; build and piling for the adjacent the source of much pleasure to him.A motion., the meeting then adjourned. GOLD, GOLD, ix GEORGIA.-Mr. Brown, Council met Present: F. C. BIBKETT, Intci.dantMessra. you. whilst,bearing too lud ,two: ,.more,
brdg Gso.C.. ACOSTA SAMCEL Brrrixo- '; from the same quarter.IL.. .
the fortunate of the recently discovered pan.
C. II. owner
S ? SMITH Chairman.E. .
h marsh. numbr of hands have already Voice of Warning to the South gold mine, in Hart county, Georgia, TOT, Gco.V.. CALL, Gco. W.. Con and S. N.VILLIAJIS tl,, I piped all ban la, and'aftcr bailing. .' 'f'
Irish .
, and it U the intention to The extract taken from J. 'N1. Secretary. ':
been subjoined
: employed, was a was among us a few days ago, and gave us \ Councilmen. tails I er, proceeded on her way.

S puih forward the work with energy and letter written to the editor of th Washington Madison,.Florida, April. 4, 1855. a most flattering account, of his prospects.As Proceeding. of last meeting were read and ap and tx'. Ktttitrs Ittixoo..-The fol :.
he has worked but little in his mine proved. the :
and will
. activity. Union, b read with great, TRIBUTE OP RESPECT.Sotoxor yet resolution was the '
( BEPOBTS or CO*KITTIES. St. i adopted by
but he has tested it sufficient to know thatit
1 ,: Enough has already been said in our colwmns ,interest: LODGE, No.20, F A A M ) is as rich as the mines of California.' lie .Select Committed to whom was referred the bill I of ,Representative of the Illinois"- ,

concerning the adnntl and even "Altboulh I a scarcely able t hold the Jacksonville FU, April&th, A.L. 5353. JWUEREA has had $204 coined from ore which "was of.Messrs.'Mooney and Gookin reported in favorof ing i : -

'f': the necessity of this ro4 t our,State and pen am using, feeble and impotent a my *, The Great Grand Master of the Universe worth 102 cents to the pennyweight whichis paying forty dollars on said bill; which report be l ; red,.Tha t a fine 0 oj.be- hereaf
S voice be 1 cannot forbear hu again entered within the ; I on any lady who shall' lecture
may warning S once
the at largo. Our State afforded you, pre- certainly an extraordinary yield, as we was, received and concurred in. '
... cut its b and through you the South the'whol chute of our Lodge, and removed tress thence learn that from 80 to 00 cents to. the Committee to whom was referred the bill of H. i part of the State, arithouttlrst pot
for !pcn- is
; a some rnstciOD-e. South, to beware of the machinations of the to, u we trust the Celestial Lodge above our weight is considered very good.' Week A.. Bliss, reported adversely to the payment of al a* gentleman's apparvl. ..

:,1" public st ready to furnish "the laborer secret a well a open foes of our glorious\ highly esteemed Brother WILUAM BLASCHARD, before last, he extracted 500 bushels of ore said bill, which report was received and unanimously els "The Anderson Central Texan has ".

. ,his hire" when it i completed,and all eyes northern Union New Hampshire has, the fallen Gibraltar and of thererure,be it which his miner: thought would yield 20 adopted.Cunimittee and sod : that Ge. Sam Houston intends to : '

I are now turned upon the company who not the South Democracy be for one moment,deceivedas let Resulted, That by the sadden death of our pennyweights to the .bushel, each pennyweight to ,whom was referred UM bill of be I i a circular on the fourth March ,;.

have undertaken the Under the used the effects Brother we are again forcibly reminded of the worth 98 cents, which ouM give C. Drew and J. F. Rogero reported in favor'of .' himself as an independent '. I
entrs appliances or to
i.1 these circumstances teir mott will be, produced by the overthrow of northern uncertainty uf life, and the vanity of all human $1'J-CO cents to the bushel ; and $9800 ,to paying-twelve' dollar to the first named, and sized ,, for the Presidency. .

b punYita. the five bundled bushels; a fine reward for twelve dollars and, .fifty cents to the latter; received fort i should wait for the 1r2galJ.- \
.j ., and may we soon hear th democracy ; for should she fur one moment six days work.. The vein is some, fourteen ,: ,
Rtfoltcd That and
with his
lge" suffer herself to listen to the of we deeply fympathite with I
iron borne our, inland syren song wide he has sank two or three shafts to ,
U among bereaved ; a Committee to whom referred tbe bills of R. I :
S native-Americanism, alias fn\ily Irreparable low which they was or E, !-r5'-W.. heard yesterday :
the shores Know-Nothing depth of thirty feet and finds the ore as '
as courses Dorman and McQueen Mcintosh for ncrncon the
fines, have sustained. legal ,
' b o ism, she will have cause to repent her fatal rich it the surface and reliable source, tlat.\n.Norf'olk.af .
was near -
the Atlantic and the American ilcditcrra- delusion, in sackcloth and ashes, i not in Knotted, That In token of oar respect for our ly as inexhaustible. He has leased, a apparent good reported in;favor of payingto, them tweutj-five .Millson'tf speech,*nenty member* ,

' acm. blood I speak advisedly, and speakknowinglywhenl deceased Brother we,will.wear the usual badge of portion of his land, and some of the lessee's dollars each -received and adopted.PETTTIOXS. from the .Xnow-Kothmj Lodge.

, health or say thatthonow triumphant mourning for the_*psce of thirty days. have discovered veins which promise to be ., by has; it goes onnobly.-flic*. Etvptr.: i-

4 :ll. 11elca In party t this State are to all intents Rttolted, That the Secretary inscribe on blank as rich M his own.-Anderton Gazette. Councilman Cole presented the petition of Bigp

._ n rd Jury of Orange county and purposes under the control of aboli page in our record\ book the ,name and age of our I A Co., fur the lease.of certain water privileges at the ,OBITUARY. -r

Stat in their general presentment, tionists. Their newly elected members.of deceased Brother. That he cause these resolutions 1I0 ken'a City. the foot of Hogana street which, after discutsion In this town,.on UIe 3d but. TILLIAM .' ,

f11 made at bate term o their court, menU Congress are udeniab&litioni of the to be published in our town papers. and also forward I, Hoboken is no morel it is a city. Henceforth was granted,on Uae' same term*.aud to the same that >,aged(1 years. ,'

' ; ;. the fact, that out of a population of darkest dletn .ho rJe o consequence a copy of,the same under ;the seal of the : dignified with the possession of Mayors quantity of ground only a. has, been previously coot ; subject ot.tie. above notice.was horn'ia '

will do all their power prostrate to the of the deceased. and Aldermen, Street Commissioners leased to Messrs Barbcc, Sammis sad others. the t the 26,
four in the ; there has not Lodge family $ ,,England,whencet sge | .d
J ct1 the South. What are laws, or even and other corporate matters of .fact. The The petition of John Ivera for remission of a ville .
Qe where be continued
: been 'a single death t.ele months.iq .- constitution, to men who: openly advise S S Fraternally GEO. submltteJ- green paths in .bich"1he' New York, children fine imposed in the Intendant'a Court, being presented to Damn. ( ..
'with tie of
W/ foeiy.araspentla
exception -
Come, out with your statistics, and beat forcible resilience, even unto blo to 'SAWL'YAIRDANESCon's.5 played, are Lobe. streets, named, after ,was on motion by Councilman Call, laid of ."'
; ,N'.J,,mntil J830, when he. removed to
tUs who can. laws regularly and deliberately ea 1- 'l. S. AWns > fortunate property holders and the peddy upon the table, otis' call for the yeas and.nays by tiM '

1,3 To the afflicted millions of other lands The cry ol down -with foreigners, down fnwilmoTWlj adopted el, at ,'ia continuation of a shores upon which we ran, wetting our little the fullowingvute:- of '
wit'Catholicism, is a mere delusion, got Regular Communication of Solomon Lodge No 20, shoes and stockings through and J -Intendant, Messrs. Acosta and Cal-.-5.Sityt -. : louis namen, 18atc' 17,np- : .

:4. we would.say, take up your beds and C up for no other.purpose than as a gull- held ., their Lodge room,on the 6ta day of April through. ,are to be ,concerted into_docks, -Messrs. Buffington and Colo.-S.' the hi. Intercourse with those suon; whom '

'.for oar btr dime trap to catch.the unwary andcall in the A.L.6855, A- D. 1855 arl a true copy from the piers,and slips.Yesterday : BILLS ranEXTKD. : 1 larly with brought by business or otherwise, be won t

aid-of priest-ridden rlot. Do you or Records of said,Communication. the five hundred and odd voters Councilman presented lady the'respect and esteem.f all,who knew t
Election. '. the bill of Messrs.
: CDet docs one doubt take calm F.C/BABRETT.WV.M.. of the of Hoboken circle of friend b <4
any Itsn a Jso. village by a large sw TNt large *, :
Attest W. F* CB, Seo'y. Bisbco A Cano (I29J.80 with Interest, from
: The Election in Conectcut takes place survey of the leaders ; are truly' religions majority, accepted the City Charter previously April 20th 8M) for monies advanced afanilot sens.mad das ,,'wbont be- ,:
the first Monday April-next men. anxious for the purity of religious bthe'ew Legislature. on payment lties. J3
passed Jersey bis
e Ion Found on Tybee.Island. for UM fire "St. Johns *' which bill the just gathered"around him,,to mourn ,
engine on motion
day. The Democrats in the field andy faith? or are they not notoriouspolitical :A land Thus disappears almost the last death.. v 5-11
a ,man. engaged clearing on Tybee by Councilman, Buf&ugton, wu ordered to be .
hacks wjiosecYer-changingcoursei in the environs of the
spot great.me- I one
active. The Whigs and Know Nothings have them notorious as office- Island, says the Savannah Journal $ Courier green tropolis. Four cities now stand upon. the paid out of,the first monies,lo too' Treasury not < ; where carried t.Dazien-forliater- .5 7"-
I have formed a complete coalition orS "fu sker destitute ,of'anything lie ajewjdaj*since.dug,up number of waters of the two broad rivers wjilch% 'enter otbcrwUe appropriated.Councilman ed border that bis might 'm5af vwtta .' ;

sion"sndhopethustocarrytheStat.. It genuine religion as an oter' set of me horsemen's pirtola, put np in a' box and the Bay of New Y9rk and in New York ''Williamspresented bill'of T. ,C. [ Uloved ones wb had preeedof'bleatOthe- ,\

remains to b seen whether a sufficientnumber that can be found 7 1', us who arepersonally 'directed4d3iI'Bhn. :On )Inquiry! Brooklyn, Jersey Sand Hoboken' cities overa Blanchard for'printing" ($10.50))'which. was ordered I ever ssssssssssssssssstlcnp S rf
Democrats have acquainted with wire-palTcrs million of souls have come to live where to be paid. | .
o bn'luc and ldr in oar local djstri .and it, was found\ that the article had been one-fifth of that number lived a quarter ofa Bill of Joshua,Hickmao {free nejcroy-"ftJ.SO- --. [ ty (

into the new citio to eDbl .CriDtr that, for the mot shipped from Camden County"on board'theschoonerSilra& century ago-AT. F. ffational Democrat was oo motion by Councilman AcosU' ,taken fromline well have ) ttJUt i"g. ,

triumph. part, they by anything but in January l last, "which March 30._' table and ordered, be paid. I a TIlE FLORIDA: STEAM :
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,AEnu SElox"We bare 'a rumorS religions (c .*. No sir, disguise or attempt vessel :WaS.-detained, :,at/quarantine, 'andwhose Savannah.' Valley Railroad.: f Wm. Grothe's n"(115.00) was also on motion ACm COM PAn."anibos ,M''J'
to conceal as.they may or do,their by',Councilman Call,,' taken ,from' the:table and tbe "'.ftcffity to trite and UM trmtlfot ,<
,fr Washington, t the members of the true .aim and ,object 'the p nand'rcwexcet._ the .mate, ,The Directors of this Road have'been' in ordered be paid the wiU mayo, freight and patseupn by their t.,

f ,Cabinet have been dial the propriety South, and, among many 1 hOtttI', died of cholera. The .articles. were, no session at Hamburg, and in various conferences J. A. Farmer's bill was also taken from' the table re rots. low, if not lower, than'any etker Bs*, :'::.:
with' from the by the that .
Committees notify 8stazdays
of an Congress deadly Lostilitytothelnion. New Hampshire doubt :stolen from the vessel and concealed.In City and ordered to be puUie ea
S Era 5aio b eD Council and. citizens of Augusta the paid. gl' ln t,' theI"LORID4 Capt T.K.E 4w. ::."
says '
quence ote El Dorado case, the urt has been caught the trip. Let theSouthtake conversation with Major Behn,'we fearq Augusta Conrtitutionalitti, for the last Bill of J. O. Butler. for lumber ($.::90) being .cold passengers to aDd from Coarlestenat> ,
: Consul and warning-yes take warning frO presented, WM ordered to be pal& trif I tickets made avaflabto tog*net ; .
.Thompson, oar that there were at the tlme.aixty-tvvo pistols three daY''ud we regret to lernthat the .
n1o wit late. Those tenj -
it is too unscrupulous deceivers Bill 01> ,M..,Reed .((124.97). sad 01 Bisbee by cither of the tee boats:crantts *
S Spain generally. are among them; and, if'successful lOst and :twenty-eight words; the subscription $500,000, on'thepartof the time laadinf.. Sing passage jalay .;
city has:.not been .confirmed., We are Canon(W8)) were laid upon the table. lacbos.W. ; ? "'
farewell to the brightest hopes that number found on the Island was, bat, thirteen '
r :&JaTrn Tswy-Mr. Owens, the U. ** ever' pleated to learn, hoeT.rJ Lhs.t' the Directors 'Bill of J. Woodward ($1 fl wa ordered ,to be CAROLINA CaIlCL.:)1 eox1ns".Tee S ,..\
dawned Truly as a .
on man. yours. pistol l The twenty-eight swords under the same ** \ ..J
iiI. State* Charge 'd'Affariesst Naples ; have decided to buUdtkeRoad 'wheth pI& Monday, srraajewe .' .
b Arrests In Anerleu. therefore are still t' mUa'lng. obtained Bill of E,''Gordon'(131) for' services M from Falatkn sad Uck,, tlX StaI'
Just eonctaded a treaty ,with Neapolitan rorty-nIn.pztojz, 2 er any aid ia from Augusta or not as Clerk' of. cobs ',1700. For frW, eap -
; for'the t The statement. "OI rpaper' yesterday, .; :Ko_doubt.the.'thief supposed the box and, that beside the transactions of ranch Council, *presented and ordered U'be paid ;. O I

Goremraent, m prto that the bank robbers.who bad extracted to contain valuable articles -of""a' different other important',business previous to'their' Bffl .*W ItttendanC(fit. 05) for costs hi eases 1)Ia .'< J .

S of a goods cm board neutral bUm money from the agency of the Bank of the adjournment yesterday, they,elected F. C. U bis:Uonrt wbereui the Towqt had,'faded to convict tbe : l1zrz4vEAsDAD' ; S
State of Wilkes character, as there is not so much use for f, Arms .. the : 4entJvZofsu&
Georgia, in Washington, as tbeir Chief Engineerw will proceed parties, ,presented" and ordered to paid. .'S
Tin Beta' to XUI1To Cincinnati County had ,been arrested in Americas, swords and pistols ouT S:beelaland as there immediately. with.the ,location of the, altos? or THB Psategen of nttendiaf r>?nc the 5 ExaibHtosi rth. wUloaveaatp-tJI ladustir. :,';

,Gazette says that c.have seen nothing tru.eut to 'be'an error after all, as we is at.Sob ol; ,. line. S The VlsrsbalCE: Gordon)pmwUd' Us report of JfeeanJsnvftr ta South Cawfio ZmoV .,

A like the emigration learn from despatch from'Macoi. It appears 5- Je.meu'l' The ConAlM ionalist, congratulate* the: m ales received during i the qnsrter'dbig this the lit., U:$thdApA fawhulv a*. : .-
p t J that,the parties arrested were those ,i SfoanirO Irs-4. sporting geo company upon the enterprising*,'determinations -: day by which U appesrtd, a/Ur'andittoic. that the '\ : ,", v _.tprilJ : .
from Kentucky' and hNewYorkoflfcrstobeta : 61 : ,' .
large amount .
) engaged in daring swindle la this city of.their President and Directors, and ameuntdaeyb1uthiutiiirter tbeTmaurer -' t"

-( S afneeU*: first grand stampede for CaliforM some time since, which affair received the that during'he: comiJIg'auuuuer ,be' >ilj upon their selection titan Engine of such, I was |W'5tbe ,.to new : ; WWABD-,4T45Zr1: .-/

M upon tao di-of the gold tnueas >, cognomen of the CaLfornia Safe Swindle" drive from".the Astor, House, to Union well_known:energy and abilityt< "S:' '- .,. yuA iiia's-iro.- S 'late I ': o'r n.e'y: .a't, L-a W.. ::-

1 the particular* which Are:well remembered : arebi a light'wagoa'drairnDy 1rats' aee4..11. .
Attmintfy ipaybf knocWngfofraUcIoa J .Wiiliattk mid"eLla *, W' JI
1 .Treainrer/B. K. :: report : ;
.{ lnt Uaio before th "b/ *jir '1.- ;ir, Journal :$ He calculates that be_'can. accomplish 'tileUik ;S tQu r *.would never,lasUons. iftlie which was fwod to bo correct, ,ao4; -authorised 'be. 1'c.f lrn ..f1a1' ,
'j Ithunobuuvdra$1i.aruets.( iiult all! sklc : IU
ofJhe put gl- ". co$1i :" '. ,\ 1" .' J. i iS :ww wi.on? : : I

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( Th .ardag 4 ConmittitmCtorfextat Jfrrchaad; J Divorce aoosAursatb.mePaifligsBsMaa .:..Prmesedhack IY L 1e.1. .1 .TTJILL attend to f. bm
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BILL Complaisant being Clod hi thlteaso. S&&e4 roar b&4syofJe1yIS86totho.. ,eees ." \V .
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"-tM''so&actl '.tho Coast day ofJ.se ....sae8tateorno.- i.an II ejAeoitesj Trteay attaArrrre .. j aiweper.' .. cIA. ,
Apnis53 that lbs aaM RsspeoJioi roridse wKhout the Stato HAwinbere eiTe4attheCeatra9 OftVooftae atJcraigM neat day by W ait : L.TO. .,". Intenno- llc..rt..IC.n.. *. t .t A

CTLAKD COTTON-The sale of tUs article On ttottoajorCboflMBroward.6o&aitarsarCHmplalaajrt Poet Oae Je, in lbs Irrte.. Leave JeraJgaaSatvrday at 1 p ait sate office when aol otaenriso spidkd. ac- 'MoaasalseswAaasxrissilsriioiinsaisitiusiwslsX1tablet.. Wesaio .-; .j
wUa itbOrdered aata}t...IOda AJril..1851i (.I5 4"eiJe4 t.i Arriro at Xeaopadnsoasa next day by S f. sorUng the avails; bet eat .I" atosabeMreuttbereint. s.C8ry as wiflsosnro ; J
1(00 fake at firm prices aaEA os.lbmofawb'Aaisesoaybejslace2"tisbomkspMtAetaizid'
yesterday ,; 'JW'a''ha ? of Urtfecte charged ooa ApeD _,) .. heruutarandIn. u.' 6931 Tame MettwviOe to;Jeralgaa, 30 aUec ._ wEeherth.aInau. \ .
: teiaktBaiof ComploiBaai, U had at a tern of. .fiae*herein specHed. .and back enee a week: eknt tor aa exchaage the saaa2V Btaa.r- ..
ISLAXW range from 20 to 40e for we thkCoarL=tobohoUea at .JaeksovriOo. lathe kri arerru.tsitoeraatis. eorc/W2, .Atmdttrti Leave MeUonvine Tuesday' 12 a; : Oa route where the iMtdeofeonreysaeo ad- -S.." T
u.s sad toe 45 to SSe aad upwards. Ftoridaaaad Cowttty .t, Dwral omtbo first Monday hi July: tf Arriveat JeniCe amoday by 8p m J site of it the special ageataof the departawat,' PUZSp FTMCT.S : ,, .;;t' S, .
26c fams.Iae27to seat,aad .that arid respondent do,appear sad l. Leave Jenugaa Wedaeeday at 7 a s*; she..& .blaski Mail bags,lacks sad keys,' If'
Maiae 18 to plead answer or dentmrr to said' Bill of Om- 6901 From Charleston S.'CJ *y .Jacksonvffle" ArrivealM.Uesvltkeamsdmybydpa are to bo etamyed without extra change. ATTOEfrr ASH COCJUKLLOR AT LAW.TTTILL _.... ; '.

I 33e aed pwards. plaint as at bef. said day, or decree trill thero-: Pla.MandriaMaguozlo mu.fadoJ1eM'T, Pie.oUta 6832 Trent TaHihajwee by Kewjnrt to ,Bt 3. Oa railroad and st.sabesllaee, ltdtWa aidCaaidaailiwbco I ,Jss&sourW. F., .: ft .)

"I BAQQIXG-Dudee 10 U 12 ; Canny 11 toII A'tnxraphs. Views of BaiUIQastraUoMlbrBookand-- from paN ia the same manner. aa if the said respon' and Orup Mills, to Pilatka 300 miles aid Mark*.23 mile and back three time a wtekv sCared are to be eoaiejedwltbont attend to aay. &oslauea rc

*. to71, dent had appeared sad was present iaeoorL j bock, twiee week. Leave' Tallahassee Monday Wednesday aid. adJitienaJ pay i ah* the route agent of VV tr.etidtobiaaA.c.srtelheEaettrs S .t.
WtOean 13 WlorU-4 hundred IbeBACOX Papers fed*. Lalleloil.ie, oxOKte4inUMfintttyk -' i z 'W It H further Ordered That eopy of the abore Leave Charleston Tuesday and,Saturday at' 3 )'ridsst7aa the departatent fur whose"exduatrene, while' Circuit, aad the Supreme Coarts at TaRaaiuswe -' .-:
per IJF order be i j travelling with the smile a ecasedleas ear or \
of the poblbhod as Borne pablie a.wspsperp.b.. Pm : -. Amve at SOCark nme day by I pat n.aoI.acIti .. .J
-Ham* 10 to 14c per ft; Sides 9 to lOc art, Relied in this State for the space of throe months .Arrrre Jacksonville aext days by 12 m; Leave SL Marks Tuesday,ThanJjy, and Saturday apartment ia the centre of a ear, properly Cghtod' aa able Lawyer at Waehiegtm city..irises sis. 0 oJ

EaonldenTtoSe. Orders addretteJ to raWrriber before the day oppointod for said bearia 'Leave Jacksonville. Wednesday and Sunday at at 7 a m ; warmed aad rumWhody'a.I'aoLtpcetI.the eonvo a prompt sad speedy euCevtfcd of such daises eel '7. .a
at the .JudSON WILLIAM A. FORWARD 12 ID; Arrive at Tallahassee tame days by I .a UIIJI'tme&sad due ..rerity.1 t1ae saaOs i* mayheplae.4inhbsaleagainstthealte4I .
p a
20 to26V JInat will reeeire f
mEE.-Gib.26t.29c3 Western ,
.I..riUe. prompt atteatiun. Jadge cat the Circuit Court Arrive at Pilatka next days by 6 a_; 6333 From TallsbjH ee,by.. to Ea t*be provided by the contractor under-, the direetiaaof & a

per Ib. .Apri17.FRANK of the Eastern Circuit of FWiJv Lea. Pilatka Monday and Thursday at 8 a nt; ker*DiD 23 allis and back,twice m week' the department .

COFlEE-Ca. 11 3-4 1. l3e; BJ. 11 1.2 t. mcro. March 24, 1955. : Arrive at Jacksonville next days by 3a at t Leave ZaHahaafeeMoad mad Wednesday at 4. Ko pay will be made fovtripsan4 preformed; McRobert Biker }

Ik I do hereby certify that) the foregoing b sIres. Leave Jacksonville Tuesday and iriday at 4 6am j and for arch ofsarh omisaions satisfactorily explained ATTORNEY AT LAW
per For Florida, eopy of the original order ia my office. am; Arrive Dnker'.mn same d.vt>y 5pm; three tone the pay of the trip nay be SOI4aTORnfCHAXCERT .

CORX-99e to SI 03 per bwbeLOATS DIRECT OR TUB ISL.AND March! l83-3m GEO.STONE. Arrive at Charleston next days by 10 a m. Leave Bunker's Ilill Tuesday and Tharsdry at 6 deducted. For arrivals far behind time as to NOTARY JTBUO,
-68 to 70c per\. it Bids t.extend to WeUka are iavited. .81; S break connexion with dependm mails, sad aol AXDCommittioner '

PEAS Scut* aDd worth 91 05 bushel. I a' may colt the choice of Passengers. CITATION. I 6802 From Jacksonville, by Barber's,Alligator, Arrive at Tallahassee. day by 5 p m. sufficiently exewso,. HUtJa of the compeosuUue' tt.
per : : U. S. !. Steamers OAMTTET. B.THOMPSON having made apoliO Little River. Mineral Springs Columbus Madison 6334 From TalUhaase to Waakeenah 18 miles for the trip m subject to forfeiture Deduction win far the Atlantic and Calf
MOLASSES-Cuba u.kithim week at 23 totSc; I cation to me for Letters of Administration on ,Sandy Ford and Muotieello to Tallahassee and back twice a week. al*.. be ordered for a grade of performance inferior Slate jf :

JT Orleans 27 to 29e.per gallon. the Estate of James A. Thomas dsced- notice to 192 miles aad back twice a week. Leave Tallahassee Monday and Wednesday at to that specified in the contract Fer repealed sigS-ly .

AL1-L 25; sack by retail. Carolina $&JFlori said application is hereby given to all person in Leare Jacksonville Sunday and Wednesday, at 6am S ;. deuaqtwnees of the kind herein specified enla-ged East Florida Slate S [ '
terested therein sad that Letter of Administra 7pm; Arrive at Wakeeulusme day by 12 m; penalties proportioned to the nature thereof sad aliiaryfVTia,Fla.
HIDES- 10 to 10 l-2a per IV| De-r skins 20 to tion will be granted to fad applicaal'aix weeks Arrrre at Tallahassee ia 43 hours by 7 p m ; Leave Wakeenah Monday and Wednesday at 1 the importance of the mail, may be made. rpIIK EXERcISES this IsviitutM were reJ. ..

21e per Ib4 Coon skins lOe eacfcj Otto skins S3 I.% THE CAROLINA, L. M. Cox- front date, unless cause be shown agahvt the same. Leave Tallahassee Sunday and Wednesday at ; ? S p 5. For leaving behind or throwing off the malls, the. sisal oa Mooday tho 15th Jaooary, imler -

-. :*, Master, will lea Cbarlestoo o FELIX LIVIFQSTON, 3 a mi 1.Arrive Tallahaawe um days by 7 p. or any portion of them for the adnusaioa of paeeuger ariaoe4 dirortioo at Jour .!.**,A.X1 ri

SATURDAY at half-part 3"P. M. for be every St. March 31. ISS-gw Judge Probate Devil Co. Arrive at Jacksonville in 43 boors by 3 a m; 6S35 From TallahaMee by Benbadea Shell *. or fur being concerned in setting wp or a sad* ProvipaL The aimed Ugh stoadard of srbolanhip j"t
dmptiae at
JehMronrdireet 6903 FromSt Augustine to Pwolata 18 miles : Point Pawtaxet sad Sopcboppy, to Walker, 60 running express conveying commercial intelligence sad the ample Faeetry .4.'. ,
: CONSIGNEES. PICOLATA ALATICA.stopping JACKSONVILLE -\TTA3rTEI>-A SOCTHERX OE5TLKVV and back four time .'. mile and back once a week. ahead of the man, a quarter's pay may be provided for the guataary,grveit elaase to pabiiopatroaage "
Lamming, win Uar. I man, an experienced Teacher desires Leave St Leave Tallahassee dederted. which hove tmetnfiwe bees aebInr lades_
Augustine 3
Palatka a Sunday sad Wednesday at8am Wednesday at a m
I'er steamer Semiaole,from Savannah.Mar. SSDJ 10 A. 1L crery sal Monday Jackwnrine, at 7 A. M.t Pieolata situation in that capacity in Florida or Southern and 12 m; Arrive at Walker next day by 12 at; ; 6. Tme*wilt Joe imposed unless thedeSanoeney ed,aad,a* ao decline wdl heretofore be aBoWwdnt 4
for Charleston 3 Georgia. lie come highly recommended. Arrive at PicoUta I .Leave Walker 1 be promptly and satarfactorily captained by certificates the* partttaUrs and ia revemeni win, ftwsa .. .:
: A J Sheffield, .I C '. C De Waal. J S o'clock, A. M. Address same days by p at and 5 Thursday at p m; time to time be '
I Sharp G 1Aenu. Win GmUir. Oak A 8.. T THE FLORIDA II. STTAKT earl7.uBOX 212," DID. :. Arrive at Tallahassee next day by 9 p m. uf postmaster or the affidavits of other I ie increased prosperIty r ... ,'
wIll March eonMently
17-41 Savannah Ceo. J.Pteolata 683S: Front creditable for failing to arrive ia contract' I experted. After a sessnsi ef great .
:ZfcMUUn T ILuiridjp, Dr McDonald, Bi bce 4 hare CHARLESTON Monday ana1 Thursday its m Tallahassee by Moses BeUle, on persons t
WEDNESDAY depresrioa the t<
every u.i 12 the time for to take the mail deliver i ewunary aaabered last be .
river from or
CoDv"L"ft' ml Telogee to Ridleysville and back a ; neglecting year .
NEW once
F Morning, at 10 A. M- tht GOODS FOR .
taking IKSIDE route SPRING 1SSSI teens sad :
Arrive at SfAngostfoe week. it into a post office; for suffering it (owing seventy eighty Mediate. drawn buss .
came H i.
steamer J.JinV.(rom Savannah,Mar.30Wright for the place. named abore; aSi touching at 'v.G. Bancroft day by a m VarioOJ carts ofthoSUlau fined .
Cash House and 5pm.63W .Bidders will state the d'utance'mat either to the enswiUbleness of the place or'.u W> *- maw k. .
k 1 C thr. Parkhnntt Adm. E R'rt.U Beanfort Ililtoo Head Island Dan'ea, Brunswick propose aschedule. obtained MI terms astor law
From of it to be robbed assay
23 PUatka by nor carrying ) injured destroyed 'f
J 1. Ibisier. II Canura. J C Brown H aDd St. Maryt ting and retamihg. This boat 25 3 King Street, Orange Springs,Orange S Florida. The health( -
Silver 6837 From Stniepica or lost and for refusing after demand to Ocala was
C.-CID"- C'WWoa Lake Spring*, Ocala Camp Izard to FmhoUoway 20 mile ; convey very goad ,1
B Sadler & Bwbee Conor has been put oa the Inland route for the 5.U. Augus. mail throughout the There .
F aoeorasoodatnn year. few ,
the the were
UTE ARE ta, Pierceville, Melendex sod Fort andb.ckeoeeaw.ek. as frequently as contractor runs, or very easeeof s ,
I'rr tamer Florid from Cbarlettna Mar. * who i r V extensive assortment of Tampa 159 mile and back twice a week. Leave Stillepica Monday at S a m; is concerned in running a coach ear,or steamboat ) whirl very :
r. T II Ikitcr.A J I> I wish to keep as mach as poxible ia shore. to the .
ay, r. iller.J Santo.A .DIUIJdgOUd Leave Pilatka Monday and Arrive at FinhoQoway same day ibm on a route. readily yielded simple medical treaUaaaC
.. W A Ftok William They are first ciaas Boat,with fine State Fancy & Staple Goods Thursday at 7 a m; by ; '
', Co. U M Sadler. Rooms Dry Arrive at Tampa next Wednesday and Saturday Leave Finbolleway-Monday at 1 p m; 7. The Postmaster General may annul the eon- Tbetomaoftsiiloeareul.wasthasogaiIs. .
Per strainer Oroliiw, fri m Chirle ton, Y.u. -- aad the every comfort will be fonnd asnally repaired for Spring Trade, and are prepared to offer greater by 4 p m; Arrive at Stillepiea same day by 8 p m. tract for repeated failure to run agreeably to eon- stitatioa of a similar grade in the Smth. The Fac k.. !
)1Sfluflman.TC1Uaz&cLard)1Eeil.RABllu. different Trarelling Publio. They connect with the induce menu than ever befiire to Cash Custom- Leave Tampa Monday and Thursday at 2 a m 6838 From Madison, by Charier Mills, Charles tract; for disobeying the Post Office laws, or the ulty,when complete will consist of four Instructors .
I J U Daniel*. J H *.. -\.t.1I Purriance. D Smith Lines of Stages in Florida, ant as far era. We adhere strvtly to our established cus Arrive at Pilatka next Wednesday and Satur; i Ferry and New Boston. to Clay Landing, 90 instructions of the department; for refusing to die- two m the Male and two m the Female Depsrtatent
J A J W SbCC14.TD 1) xter. CLirnathR a* Tampa, Ba,. They also connect with tom of ONE PRICE ONLY. dsyby 10pm.Proposal miles and baelt. a week. charge a carrier when required by the departmentto F A ct'LT Y.

timber, J Carrowdr. limbec; A Gtiiova. BubtWilliam the New York Boots and Railroad Lines from this Charleston.Jan.20.1835. f,6.1, *to omit Silver Spring win be consider LeaveMaliaonMoudayat7sa | do so; for assigning the contract withoutthe Jolly O. BOWMAN PrincfpaL .
*. Diamond
FS Hitchenrk. NxW*. J Hujter J L Ripler For freight enj-ijrmenU and other particular, Sale ralnable Land at Auction IB Al- 6805 From PUatka by Welaka,Volusifc,and En Leave Clay Landing Thursday at 7 a m; p ; aa eipress aforesaid; or for transporting Assistant in Male Department -i.

I llt.nd"u d A Boose L B Amm.-rman, U V (All, apply to WM M. LAMTOX A CO, ncbna County Florida. terprise f.Mellonrille, 130 mile and back once Arrive at Madison next Saturday by 6 p m. persons or package*conveying mallable matter out Miss TIMIXIA E.Bareui. .

.S Graham. mirrb I0-ly Southern Wharf. IN pursuance of a Decree in Chancery in the a week, in steamboat. 6839 From Madison by Hamburg and Clifton vf the mail. Assistant in Female IkpartDtCIlL .
iVr steamer W.4a. front Circuit Court of the Millie Circuit of Florida Leave PUatk to Groverrvflle G 30 8. The Postmaster Qevtnl order an increase Mas LKOSOIU R.Bocnes
Savannah April 1.- in tlM Monday at 8 a m; *, miles and back,once a week may
I .\ Hwlmes Kl- A 1ith. Wright Catltf J L OSCAR HART ard case of William Marvin and others r*,Rieh- Arrive at Mellonville next day by II a m; Leave Madison M.iolay at 6 a m; service on a route by allowing therefor a Department of Musie. .H

Ia.llitf'; J I. teJ hII1".o- A M.de. J II ir.* ti, J L ATTORNEY AT Bradford. Administrator, of Leigh Read Leave Melfeaville Taesday at I pie; Arrive at Grovenville same day by 6 p m; pro ruin increase on the contract pay. He may Professor Bow MAX,the I'rindpal fa well ka wn S
f King. B McKinncT. T E Buckmia. Burr-nighs, LAW, AND deco!, and in the ease uf Richard Bradford, Administrator Arrive at Pilatka next day by 3 p ra ; Leave Grovenville Tuesday at 6 a m ; change the schedule of arrivals, and departures throughout Souta: Carolina and sand of the II&t J

s: Miss Kirwick S X Williams, F U Ponce; BubeeA Bounty Land Agent ,icn against William Marvin and others Bids to commence at Welaka are invited. Arri.'at Madison lame day by 6 p m. without increase of pay, provided he does not curtail era States, as a most experienced and saeeessfal .r

f. Caiiovs.L on a cross Bill the following described Lands belonging 6306 From Enterprise to Sew Smyrna 30 mile 6340 From Wankeeamh, by Seamy Moeely Hall, the amount of running time. lie may also Instructor. Dr.Tbornwell presiUent of the South

W : his Bn-lirUed attention to claim for to the Estate of Leigh Read deeel- trill and back once a week. t and Stillepiea, to Madison 32 miles and back once order an increase of speei. be allowing within the Carolina College in writing of Mr-Bowman says: f

- Shipment* of Cotton, Bounty Lint' claims for Pension,for Ilor- bem.ld.d Public Auction, to pay the debt of said Leave Enterprise Tuesday at 6 a m; aweek.Lea.e. restrictions of the law. a pro rate increase of pay "I shall ever remember with affectwo and grati

From the "ura.Jacksonville far the week ending sex kwt in the ferrieef the United State, fur Estate by the subscriber, as a Master and Commissioner Arrive at Sew Smyrna same day by 6 p m Waukeenah Thursday at 6 a m; for the additional stock or carriers, if u,. The tude tbe anal diligence and ability with which ho
Bark RatiotMi of Subsistence and Forage, and fur in Chancery under and by virtue of said Leave New Smyrna Monday at 6 am Arrive at Madison same dj by 6 p nt, contractor may however, in the care of increaseof taught me the principles of Greek and Latin Phi. .
1 fM the 2d were 2i bale, vix : To S iranuah "Extra I'.,." lie will obtain Bounty Land for Decree, at the Court Hon e, in the town of Xewnonsville Arrive at Enterprise same day by 6 ;m. Leare Madison Friday 6 a m; speed relinquish the contract by giving prompt. lology." Governor Manning,a Trustee of the Col (.'.,

**emin.le. 9; St. J..bo. I ', .V-Tot.il 15; who were Regular Troops, 'Volunteers Rangers in Alachna County, oa WEDNESDAY, 6807 From New Smyrna to Indian p River 120 Arrive at Wankeenah same day by 6 p IlL notice to the department that be prefers doing su lege says: "It affords me sensual pleaswre t. .':

and tn CUarlcfttm, br Florid*, IS ; Carulioa 1TuuJ MUitia Seamen Marines, Clerks, in any department the second day of MA Y next, at 12 o'clock M. miles and back, twice amonl 6841 FromQniaey to ChaUaboochee, 21 miles to carrying the order into effect The Postmaster I bear my testimony to the high qaoLficaiions of t e
of the pubLic scnrk-e, Wagon-Master and to wit: All the right, title, interest and estate Leave New Smyrna on the lit and 3J Wed and back three time. a week. General may also curtail or discontinue the service.at I John G. Bowman AJL to fiU the Profeworship 1 ia .
.i IS.Shipments. Teamsters. an l fur the IVi-lows and Minor thilJrenvf which the saiJ Leigh Read had in and to the two days of each month; a- Leave Quincy Monday, Wednesday Friday fro rota decrease of pay allowing one month's any College or I'arversity in this euuntry. Mr. w

-- thnse who hare oliN since lIen-. For thore following described grants, tracts or parcels! of land Arrive at Indian River 6 days at7ami& extra compensation on the amount dispensed with BJman'* acquirements place him in the rank of tint .
of C-'ttim from Mid.llrburf. Florida who hare neinuaut Land at the time uf his death or which his Administra ; whenever hie the first scholars of this Stale which i '
For Forty Acres. Leave InJ'un River on the 2J and 4th Saturdays Arrive at ChaUahoochee same days by 12 m; opinion public interests d *more than proved .
br S. B. Tb'rtiij>*m & Cu, from M. rch ITtb to' he will obtain Warrants for One flunked and tee hath since had, or now hath; aol aLso all the of each month; Leave Chattahoocbee Tuesday Thursday, and not require the same, or in ease be desires to supersede by the bet,that Dr. J. 11.ILThoraweU PresUeat '

r March 2 lb, 180): Twenty Acres w,U jon l; and fur there wJw hare I i estate, right, t.tle. interest dower or claim of Arrive at New Smjroa in 6 days. Saturday at 7am; ? it by a different grade of traneportatiuo. of the S. C College WM eOacatrJ under his aupiceii. > r

II Mar. I -:' 'Ullert".1&1\to STannth ISbiW.JFJ received Eighty Acres,he will obtain Eighty Acres dower which Mrs. Eliaa Bailey, formerly Ellen I 6306 From Indian River by Jupiter, to Miami, Arrive at Quinn lane dare bv 12 m. 9. Pa.i me its will be_ made for the service. by ..besides manv others who h.te r_ ta n d___ ,. .1 a
Read '
l 1>- "."L&J.a to &1WItLUU I 9 additvKial. His experience and knowledge of this wUl-iw of the said Leigh Bead bath or ever 130 miles aud back, once month Bids to commence at Tallahassee are invited. collection:r>a, or crass on,postmasters,or,anr. I 1 served dirtinctem in the Mate. As a writer sal I: .
business will enable him to h..1 or which her present husbaml Will_ Bai Leave 6342 wise, after tbe expiration of each public speaker his talents are
: ** S4-ntin..lc.'SarauiuL, 3 prosecute speedily and Indian River on the 1st Friday each rom Baidbridge, Oa by Chattabnocbee qurteria acknowledged to bo is..
- -i.- hLJ.iUn*. 5" with fl success any Claims entrusted to him. Icy hath,or nay or can have in and to the said month; Fla. Ochesee Went Wuiton, Ridleysville Rieboe'. February, May, August Xovember. of a very high order. Bat above these high puri .

I. 24- It irliBRt.n.Ch&rl t
. 8We1tki, t.. Savannah. S an
1d.ata. unurlfstoii.: 5T {' "Office iIl5uanmer'.Erick Building stain. 1st. One tract of land eontaia'ag ((4,000) (mar Arrive at Indian River in 6 day. 15th October to 15th June of each year, and twice should they be greater than advertised if of life and sentiment, place him in aa enviable position '.'

iUl to SaranniL,.., 4: JackiMnriHe, Ha, March 24, 1333 tf. thousand acres which was granted by tbe ptuih I CS09 From Key West to Miami, 200 miles and a week the residue, in fint-clao steamboats with the point to be supplied be correctly stated. Bidders with aU who know him. Mr.Bwwmaa say ,
- CUarlcsU.ii,. 23 I Government to Francis R Soocbex subcetjnent-r back once a month. the privilege of using two-hune eoacbe from Cam must inform themselves on this point well be regarded aa invaluable acquisition to '

UILLIA.HS. LAUTOV & fOe : I ly confirmed to him by the United States.situaite Leave Key West on the 8th of each month; bridge to Chattahoochee when the river if too low 11. The Postmaster General ia prohibited by any literary or social community which may be so ,

ToUlcanbrr bile.. ........ W I in Townships 6 an.17 South, in Range 13 Kist Arrive at Mumi by the Uth. fur navigation. law from knowingly making a contract for the frrtunote as to teeesa hint as a member of tt."

-.. -- 1WMA and which was naomi to be looted and surveyed leave Miami on the 19th of each month From ISiV October 151.\J"u, tran5port tkm of the mails itb any person who Judge O'XeaJ president of the C..rhl Ap- '
Markets.SAVAJfXAU ALEXANDER, I WH.UAH S. *.AWON. fur the said Soothes or his assign, under the au Arrive at Key West by the 24th. ; Leave hall have entered into or propoKU to enter into, penis, and, for thirty-! yean a Trurtees ef the I. ,

MARCH .-.-Cooc.-Arred FurxuHy r ufFormerlyqfLaietom'\ thority of the Unitei State, by the Purveyor(>en- 6810 From Xewnonsville, by F. rt Clark Wa. Satunilayat2pm Bainbridge Tuesday, Thursday, and any combination to prevent the making of any bid ..C College says: "Of Mr. Bowman's qualifica. .c 1
w/d)l.S. C I ,
.i cclVsMint, l-..23 b.iknUplin4. (V.9t 7 per I litaufurt Did, s.c. I eral of FloriJi in the 2d quarter of the year 1S41, cabootie. Micanopy, Fieinington and Newton, to Arrive at Apalachicola; next and for a mail contract by any other person or persons, lions to fill amy chair in a College there u_.. .

railnrnd. 2, rie .) and I7i l..: !*. The export t rtUe Survey Ellis of the came, in the tifiee ot the Surveyor -I Wacahoutie only on the return trip on Friday and Leave Apalachiuola; Monday by a m; have given or perfwrmoj, or promised to give or i character above exception.** Governor R.ichanJr .

aaiH prfnid, anuMtut to 11,.. lalea Upland and Rice General of Florida, aol' also 011 the omitting Micanoy on that trip. f at 5 Sunday Tuesday, and poriorm, any consideration whatever or to son says: "From a long and intimate acquaintance ,'. ,
and 2>Idol Sea U.iiJ* -l leavinpo luuj aid onlpb FACTORS. FORWARDING. Office Map in the NewaansviUe District, aol Lall'lj Leave Xew&uuviCe Wednesday and Thursday Arrive at a m; dn, or not do, anything whatever, in rodeo to wills John G. Bowman A. MI can confidently .
Sunday at Bainbridge next S .
>Mnl nut cl'. a t>t>ick uf M,734 buU A'lin the wine lands which were eouieyed to the 7am ; From 15th dvrs by a mince any other person or persons not to bid for a state that be deservedly enjoy tie repatatko .f S
June f.
to ELI October.
Upland and 3.M7 tU.. So* laland" .Ll..t ix>,l4l Leigh Read by William Marvin and by Francis Arrive at Orala next days by 10 mail contract Particular attention is called to the a most able and suetewful lastmrtor and ia the : 4

..' 1Mb! Upla .tme la .t year. respectively and recorded in the p m; pm; has prepared uf
Alauhua to some tLe
SOUTH ATLAXT1C WHAKF, CHARLESTON County Arrive at Xewaan prevent bidding. most cb-tiiignuaed
Tbu .IN .f tW wr k amovnt to .lG7 balea. at Sr. Partner has Locn im the Factorag, 8..C. Clerk's Ofice. ia l okIM cf ice 14. 6811 From Xewtuiurille e next, by days EUuville by 8 p ra.and t Arrive at ApaUrhicoa next day by 4 p m; 12. A bid received after time-riz: 3 p. m. of Census uf South Corulina to meet the requirements piaII
pncru rauj;itjc at ..nct.*. Ot'K ALSO. Leave ApaUchieola Monday at 10 a in and the 10th of eta Collegiate J' S
Easiness ahoet twenty Providence to AUig-itor, 40 mile. and back April. 1355-or without the guarantee examination who have obtained the 4
years twice !
The recetjiln M 1M Uuitvd Uto up t<> tliis and we hooe by espvnenoe aad attention to givetatiafictkw 21. An undivided interest of((1,500) fifteen hun a weak I\i WednesJav at 10 D m: I required by law,or that combines several routes 'I highest places in Letters and in public ewfideaee.?*
time, a* eu..panIlb last year, f.re the IUllowE dred in certain I I, Arrive at Bainbriilge next Tuesday by 11 am, in of be Extracts from other J, >
March 17-1, acres a other tract uf two thousand I Leave XewaansviKe Thurrlty and Saturday at'' one sum compensation cannot considered certificates might be given.- '' .

. '."'ccreaM remit at: MubHe.......... '"..515,471 FUR JAIi; TO CI: <4la L: A CONCUR shove acres lying to the Lot vf, an 1 adjoiuiug the tract 9am; I I and 6343 Thursday From Chattahoocee by 10 p m by Morianna CroweD in competition with a regular proposal reasonablein All testify hill to his eminent moral purify of eharartarta I fc ;,1. j S
mentioned vf four thousand acres wh'ch Arrive at Alligator same days 8 amoant. Went. u. writ. _..n,1t,_ _ft.' __ "
> OIkfliI... .. MACHINERY far p ;
, I. Tcs.ua.IoW ew VALUABLE work of de Carpenter was granted by tie Spanish Government to Joseph Leave Alligator Tuesday and Friday at 6 a m CMiplieltton, Geneva Ala., AnderWii Mill Fin, 13. Bidders should, in all eases, first propose for press sincere regnt that a sense of duty to hin.s it r[ 4 -
; Gentrville
every riptiull. uchasFny's S. Sanchex and subsequently cunSrmed Arrive Newnansrille I Ahniraale Milton, and FloiiicUown, service strictly according to the advertisement and and family induced him to leave i o
to him and hi .
a' Honda.. 4 >,4SlVWlucrraM SASh STICEIXU and MOULDIM same days by 5 p m. to &*,200 mile and back twiee *native:& I .
others by the United Mates and which 6312 From Xewnanstille week. then, if they desire,separately for different service MajCaiueaiswe'J knows .
maebiues, will neck S inches wide WM by St. Louis, to Sew Leave as a most able sn>I
at Sarannah. 3I.S43Cltarl MORTICE Power BOURI.Vd (3 siies) Power | ted and surveyed by the United States by or under River 22 miles and back, once a week. Ctuttahoochee Tuesday and Saturday and if the regular bid be the lowest offered for the successful instructor in the department assigned '1 .
I fur heavy or light the authority of the General Leave 8pm; advertised service the other bid be considered 1 'f
Surveyor of Florida may
Newnanjville Thursday at 1 .
35 47 work- m
p ;
very simple. CKOLL SAWS .. I Arrive at Pensacola next
; and
in the 2d of the 1841 Arrive Friday Tuesday if the alterations proposed are recommendedby The following are the Tuition a.
quarter at New of
V&rinigod. X.Carvliua 1IS2. Also, a very fine 20 hone EXGIXE- year and which River same day by 8 p m; by4pm; rotes per term .
situated in Townships 6 and Leave the postmasters and citizens i if of five month* vis
sew, bait l> jIcDeraud j 7 Racge 13 South Sew River Thursday at 5 a ; interested or : .
I Total Pt- III. Two 30 feet BOILERS y Coterie and!TIt. Martini; and Ea t, as will more fully appear by the Maps Arrive at Xewnanaville same day by 12 m. Arrive Leave Pensacola at Chattahoocbee Tuesday and Friday 8 a m; they shall appear manifestly right and proper. Spelling, - .- $ fifJO $- -<. J

. SKA I r.-Tbt" Mien ut the week anxmut t. with fire bars ie. ACES.eomi4 te I and PLato of the same, in the oftce of the Surveyor 6813 From Xewnanttville, by Tnstennggee Santa Sunday by 5 m. next Thursday- and 14. There should be but one route bid for in a Spelling, ReatCng and Writing, 800 .

pward*uf 4<..i bale*, at'rxtrrraea ranpujr rum j Any iofitruuttMio will be glaily giten, hr ad. General Florida, and in the l'. S. Land Office at Fe, Clay Landing, Waeasafsa,and Lung Pond, 6844 From p. -! by Chattahoochee to pro' Primary Arithmetic and Primary Geography .
KUiZj ccutA "r.cal..ere nflKT ia (.n.r ofj drawing (poet paid) J.NO 11. LOPEZ Xewnansville being the same fifteen hundred to .\. Otie, 119 miles and back, once a week. Columbus Ga, aid back once a week. I*. The route, the service the yearly pay, the ,with a 4- .1.00 : S

Lurcr. UoCc:pU bf the week 178 bale Export March 17-4t irleiton. S. C. f acre (the nnjiride.I part and parcel of said two Leave Xewnamrille Wednendty at 7a ; Bidder will state the didta&ec,name intermediate name and residence of the bidder, and those of each Arithmetic Geography ad English 1- .'
2t': b..lt'L thousand lien grant) whLh was conveyed by the Arrive at Ateena Otio nut Saturday by 8 a m; offices and member of a arm,where a company effort, should; Grammar - 1500
) .-The aale ol the week amount 00 casks, *2U It L:IV Alt U.RAXAWAY said William Marvin to the said Leigh Read ill Leave Atscna Otie Saturday at 11 ana From, anna propose a cheo le.6iH5 : be distinctly stated;also the mode of conveyance The Xotnrol Sciences, History, Eietorie ,

at t4X<4i-f per hundred mood*. from the.u\llerruer. on the I*bus life time by deed dtted in 130 and recorded Arrive Xcwninrriile next Tuesday by 8 p. and Knox, by Orange Dill Vernon I if a higher mode than horseback be intended. The sod Logic . . 13.00 'W.1..

. ..'-We 4)Uute iivurjp* and TeoncMee K 5th March, a negro nun named .. in Book ") oWens in the Alachaa County Clerk' 6314 From Newn.insviIIe by Fort Harlee to miles DpngUwtille ani back, once a week.Hill to Uchee Anna t 64 words "with due celerity, certainty,and faculty," The higher branehesof JfatltematiesAa1 .

, brand at
Coax.->Ve b ar uf co.naicLoraUe salon darin ; year uf age, The above reward i iI offered fur his The term of said sale will be a* follows : One Leave Xewnaraville Wednesday at 12 ; Arrive Uchee Anna Thursday at 6 a m; constitute a ".tar hid." lectual Philosophy, 2300 .a .
the past week at tl.li.'ivdtl per bo tcl, ac- apprehension and delivery, either to the rabscri- third cash, one third payable the lint of January, Arrive at Middleburg next day by 6 p ; Leave Tehee Anna next day 6 by 5 p m; 16. Bidden are requested to use, as far as practicable Music (on Piano and Guitar) including ct

c..rdmr In qnt.tr.U&y.W. bet or tu the Jailor at.J.actJOD\'iIle. 1556 and the remaining third ptyable on the find Lea\'elIiJlle1tur TuesJ.ty 6 a us Arrive at Marianna Tuesday at a m; the printed form of proposal furnished by use of Instrument, 23DO

lmIIe Ea..kn (ruin .t.ft at f.l.4J.j March 24-tf JOSEPH FIXEQAX. January.1357,with interest from date of the sale, Arrive at Xewniai
(f*T,7 j.and N flbcm at#I,iO per huiidred p mnd*. I AVE TIME! AVG MONCm.!! SAt.CTUOUULEHI Cur which the punbiJcr's notes will be taken with Bids fur semi-weekly service will be considered. 6346 From semiweekly West Wiiiton will be considered. their bids and to retain copies of them. confidently .appeal the public f* a most liberal .I".
by Grove
MOLAMCS-We boat f-nlc vf Cuba truu the understanding that if they are not paid when 6815 Front New Ri.er to MidJleburg, 30 miles Abe Spring 22 miles and buck to Xo altered bids can be considered and no bids patronage. They are determined that every department -c' :
wharf at 24 cent per pallm.SALT I this due, the Muster may re- ell the premises on thirty. and and back once a week. Leave Wed Winton once a week. once submitted can be withdrawn. shall continue t. be ably filled aDd faith ;
Read Adreniaement
i* arllui* in l :at t 1 ACk. ( One ... Moodar at 5 a m ; fully admini .
per : Jays Ia the mean times certificate(sale Lean Sew River Wednesday at 7 a m ; Arrive at Abe Each bid must be guaranteed by two responsible I' -

i and ill!!! will be given to the purchaser,end when the note Arrive at Middlcbarg same day by 7 p m; Leave Abe Spring Spring Monday same at day 1 by m 12 m ; persona. General guarantees cannot be admitt.L ..M McINTOSh See'r r, .

t, are fully paid then the tabecriber will execute a Leave Middleburg Thun-Iay at 7 a ; Arrive West Wanton same p 8; Board of Education E.}. State Seminary. ..1t'I

State iHutual JFireAJkD 1 To Btcroh.n.nts. deed or conveyance in the ujual form as Master in Arrive at New River same day by 7 p m. 6347 From Vernon to.. Andrew'day by Bay p 45 ra.miles 17. The bid should be sealed superscribed OcaUJan.20-4t 1 n

i i PLANTERS AND OTIIEIIS.TTAVI.NG Chancery. 6816 From Gary1. Ferry to Fort Ilarlee and and back on=e a week. nit proprosals, State of _," addressed FOR

.1 I become perm&nently located in CharJi Dated at NewnaafvCle, Florida thu Sih day of back once a week. Leave Vernon Friday at 6 a m Second A-isUnt Postmaster General" Contract SALE. l

Marine Insurance Co. !. I am prepared t. do anything of the March 1S3i.lXO. Bidders will state the distance and propose a Arrive at St.Andrew's Bay same; day by 8 Office and sent by mail not by, or to, aa agent 2 THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale his
line of a genera! ACEXCY and COMMISSION G. REARDOX, schedule departure and arrival Leave St.Andrew's Bay at 6 p m; and postmasters will not enclose proposal (or letters PLAXTATIOX, known as Fart George ai-
or Pr'c'TiTAtI.Coraer I bosioe entrusted l>i me. I intcaJ giving the Master end CommiMioner 6317 From Alligator by Durham and Olustee, Arrive at Vernon same day by 8 m am; of any kind) in their quarterly returns. taatod m\ the mouth of the St. Johns East Florida. 1'

tf Fourtk mud .Vrlr.Si, ilarrr. greater purtioo utl/l,1 time to the fining of,V
P&iJaTLIAIA.n.r1t.a1 fur Dental Leave Alligator Friday at 6 a m; Ala and Fort Crawford, to Sparta 70 miles and, to the department by or before the 1st of July, and a detailed description is therefore; -- ,. s-
: GruC\'ri rrortsiona Dry Goods. Ilard- >WJ5J50STWICK NoUce. Arrive at New River same day by 10 p m; back, once a week. 1855 but the service must be commenced on the Upon the principal Island there are upwards of
$ ,. Boots Sboes. respectfuly .ea..lIie. River Saturday at 6 a m; Leave Milton 6 mail day next alter that dote, whether the contract 1060 acres of high land, of which 400 acres are ia
wart Clothing, Drugs, uiin-m the ci'vxens of Jackson title and its vicinity Wednesday at am; I' a state of ea1.
The soil is
CIIATTKR PERPETUAL.BCILDI.VGS ] Arrive at Alligator tame day by 10 p m. Arrive be executed or not Xo proposition for transfers fertile and pro
JcsrRE rerpetaanj, MER1 Paints Oils, Fruit,Liquors Boob that,'A..iDgopened an office ia the Dagnwian .* 6818 From Alligator by Snwannee Shoal*, to Leave at8pe.rtaneztdnyby6pm 6 ; will be considered until the contracts are executed dunes excellent crops Cotton and ProrisiottS. It

CUAXDISIC RXimtE. VESSELS UIVt Stationery, Fancy Goods Gallery oa Fonrytb street,will attend to all branche Blount'i Ferry, 36 mile and back, once a week. Arrive Sparta at Milton Friday next at a m 6; inineform aDd received at the department; :' is also well adopted for the cultivation tf Sugar-

ant their CAROUE.J. thtr Pivpertjr or anything else that can be obtained either in of DENTISTRY, in the moat approved and Leave Alligator Friday at 5 am; 6349 From Milton day East by p m. and then no transfers will be allowed unless guod Besides the high land there i* a large body of
by River and
apm.t .vr daniage by fir*. j Utif or Aw-ficm MarLtU, and through the ar- manner Arrive at Bktuat'a Ferry same day by 6 p m; to Tehee Anna 89 miles and back Alaqna and sufficient reasons therefor are given, to be 'I marsh load belonging to the Plantation easily so*.
eaae.atg that I bar mad with the teadinraeaTrng IT Nerves aching teeth destroyed. without Leave Bkmnt's Ferry Saturday at 6 a m; Leave Milton Wednesday at 6 once a week. determined the department eeptible of drainage and high cultivation or of being

: II" in the abuve article I shall be 115. dec2-2m Arrive at Alligator same day by 6 p m. Arrive at Uehee Anna next a m; 10 19 Postmasters at offices on or near railroads, said fur manuring purposes. There is also a 0

Joha P. RrthrTwd.PIECCTORS. I rt KWf able IM make pat-chase OB btlicr term than the 6819 From Alligator by White Springs,Jasper, Leave Uchee Anna Saturday Friday at 6 a m by: p m; but more than eighty rods from a station will, : vast amount ef shell*, from which the- Vest lime
MarJuiots or Planter themselves could thereby C. D. Oak. Belleville Lake immediately after the 10th of next could be obtained ia abundance. There is a ,
FkIl.C.E.Zi *:. I >msa A. CairrW. ; Jennings Cherry Hamburg and Arrive at Milton next Monday by 6 m. April report eon*
AlMrt.J.UaUet" I B. Rutherford ii4 only arving them the difference in the price of Recd'a New Building Clifton to Monticelio, 96 mile and back, once a Bids for lemi-weekly..rriee..m be p eoIIIIid their exact distance from the nearest station, and fortable Dwelling noose, with aU necessary out ,

''. WIIIm, lRo I J,4i.a. the article hit also the necessary exorbitant txptnteoftimt JacLmrUtet Flo.C3L week. 6350 From Pensacola, by Blakely Ala to Mobile how they are otherwise supplied with the mail, to building and qvarters for 60 negroes. The cb-
&.. T.Ji.isi, I ad tronltlt attending a visit to thin Leave Alligator Monday at 2 p m; 57 miles and back doily. enable the Postmaster General to direct a mailmenenger mot ia aim -narfrdaring 'healthy f. w bireuld Wa..ka
I will also attend to the ttltctittg KEEPS ennstantly on hand a fine assortJHHi MuoticeUo from the lit of the whole The line stoamers from .
JOU.V P. nt : PnssdenL City. -ptrtonally Arrive at next Wednesday, 9 p m; Leave Pensacola daily at 12 m supply July next year i .
A J. GILLETT fvreUry. Pack tr, Martin- nod fkipment of guodsso .eat of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FAX Leave Monticelio Thursday at 6 a m; Arrive at Mobile next day by 6; a 20. bitten the 18 of an act oT Congress approved Charleston pass twice a week thus offering the -

L.MORQ AX. CVmeroXroO. a* toavotdall muttjlctt and damaga which gy GOODS, which he offers fur Mia cheap. Arrive at Alligator next Saturday by 1 p. Leave Mobile daily at 7 am m; March 3, 1345 provideathat contracts for the best traoportatioo aad market facilities. .Thesub-

J. IL TcEOCr. .A lt.J Ia additioM to the above I will also attend to ZWaLaes Repaired and Wamnled.m. 683) From Orange Springs, by Morrison'. Mills 6851 From Pensacola to ease, to the lowest bidder tendering sufficient guarantee ef his health to port with a Plantation so valaabU $ .
Ken csrE* AT JACKM:TTLLK: the of that be and Fort Crane 28 Warrington, 9 mile for faithful ia itself sad capable of each uupmveuient This
&aL 1. disposal say produce may shipped to Micaoopy, miles and back, and back dw I performance, without other .
S.Saa>i, I Capt.Charles WTOer, to mo Any person desirous of making chiptnents \\ Grotht twice a week.Leave Leave Pensacola, at 3 1.2 reference to the mode clinch transportation than is the sole reason which induces aim to sell. for
CoL J, I a m
ta Braward. sam'lm WOCami Eaq. Product of any kind had better write to sue and Orange Springs Tuesday and Friday at I Arrive ; may be necessary to provide for the due celerity, his own experience has fully realized all hi* 4
CaL Henry Timaaoo, | [Varch7-] WATCH MAKER AND JEWELRY at Warrington same day by 61-2 a ra ; anticipations "Fort "
respecting F
I will give them every iafurautioa as regard the 4am; Leave certainty and security of smb. transportations. George. r farther
Markets, manner of 'Paelnur and bow to.p (/a LIar roam adjoinitif tlu -.) Arrive at Mieaaopy same day by I p m; Arrive Warrington at Pensacola daily at.7 a m lOam.; tader this law a new description of bid baa been particulars reference all be had to Dr....H. fr

Mectlxci ftne Societies U Jacksonville. them. From soy long experience ia a generalm.teantil. fS. HAVING returned from Europe, agaia Leave Mieanupy Tuesday and Friday at 2 pm ; 6352 From New Orleans same La.day by Pensacola Fla received. It doe. not specify: a mode of conveyance Thompson. May Port Mills East Florida, or to J t.(

business I think I eaa gin perfect satisfaction o begs leave to offer I services to his old Arrive at Orange Spring same day by 10 p m. St. Marks Cedar by but engages to take the entire mail each trip himself Fort Motto Sooth Carolina. 34$
"SOLOMON LODGE 5o. 20." of Free aid to a/ and nit the tonrtfattukotu taste fiends and the public generally. With his 6821 From Ocala by Long Swamp to Adama- Manatee, to Key West 1,000 miles key aad, Tampa back twice and with celerity, certainty, and security/ wing the jan27-6t CHAKLES B. THOMPSOX. j

Atttfptad Maauaa j eeU en the 1st and 21 TTed U my aeleetwoa. tiivo *ae a trial Mall I ask.- experience for the last twenty-fix years as a ville.30 mile and back once a week. a month m ..teamboatl.I terms of the law. These bids are styled from the Shirts Collars and Cravats. '
Far service I ball aire a moderaU Watchmaker, ho hope to give entire satisfaction Leave Ocala Saturday at 6 a manner in which they are designated oa the books f4
my eom. lit
*dayiof inch sad net month at 7 1-2 o'clock Leave New Orleans the 10th d2th of each rr V. E. LAXSIXGH l. 460 462 and 464 '
p.x. miauoa, mat exceeding tea per CM!., according to to those who wish to have their work done in a Arrive at AdamsvUle saose day by 6 p m; I month; of the department "star bid*," a. they will be IV Broadway, Albany, N. T ,Manufacturer jt.

the /.at the bosinots workmanlike manner. Leave Adamrville Friday at 6 a m ; Arrive a Key West on the 20th and 4th. construed a* providing for the entire mail,ixntcttr SHISTS :
-.lAC mLLE CHAPTER }L 12," ofVy DAVID M. GAZLET, r.ff" Watches Clock, and Jewelry repaired at Arrive at Oeala same day by 6 p m. Leave Key West oa the 10th and 24th of each large, and ifftatatr may ot tAt vtodt of cenrty- ply of Gents', COLLARS Furnishing STOCKS Homes,.throughout for the sap.tho fl

l Arch Uaaona, caeata M u. bat Friday( Offios mp-atain,225 Kmr-etreeL the shortest notice. July 8-tl 6822 From AdamsriUe, by Pine Borough and month; rues *cceiJa77' to iuvr..iU "celerity,certainty tait.dStates. .Ordets Cram ofjJM Caiasi '

,OMfc aid OTMJ oBth.ai 7 1-2 o'ehtek P.1L March 10, -lr Chricrtoo.ff 1'. C. FROST & BOULTER Lake Griffin to Fort B a tier, 60 mile and back Arrive at Xew Orleans on the 20th and 4th. and< SIn will be (JInX nroamtlT. any part S,' )4 5

OlIN. weaL aQ eases where the lowest grade of service I* Having bed Ion*engaged ia this borase sal
4YLOIDL LODGE Beta Salamander s Tj .
!/ LO. of O.T Lightning General Commission Merchants Leave Adaimmlle 3
Friday p m; L STRtcrl0SS.F. believed to be sUScieaC. the lowest bid will be accepted manufactured for the largest UOSBOS the- .

a.v.f7: ., sanlag, ,t 7 1-2.. CONDUCTORS. '101 Safe'Strtd,Barton Mat, Arrive at fort Butler next day by 7 p; ".pr.posedwlscre no ehutgtfnm odatrtitement ,if duly guarantied,m preference a"star" he has DO cI.Ja.\flit giving unrretaJ saHrfaetkisi Uporehace t.5.. '
These the Leave Fort Butler Thursday at 8 a m bid. '
; or speeifie
are mly Ptnxanntlg Safe in
lITtLE strict and attention sale M contemplated by tlu kidder.IofcmsityeI.JState. S price aad qmaTity. an.11ctJUST
HOTICE.THE L1GurE 'LVG. RODS W pay prompt Arrive at Adamsville next day by 12 av When the lowest UI b not a star hid, aDd apeeilea
HOUSEaM Lailauiy. iaftattd.TUE 6823 From AqUa to Uomasineo, 12 mile and either ao mode or aa imadeytaU mode of conveyance RECEIVED by Bark CABXIOLA '
yet the maHs
ee-pw4brT.fi. other Southern Produce. -I propose to convey from July 1,
enue.os' '... *.**.* ra,l, faoCarolteMtoor bsalaUoo k perfjct sal not AIded to oct 7-U OLIVER FROST. back twice a week, 1S55 to Jane 30..!Bj9.on route Xo,-, from it will not be accepted bat set aside for Xew York; S v t ,. ;q
rmt siI* r with.witkoat far. impair a* ia the'oao of thoot(ordinary eoastrwstrwUoB. ROYAL BOULTER. Leave Augusta Wednesday sad Saturday at, -to-';agreeable to'the advertisement j a rpwifie bid proposing the necessary service. HIRAM SMITH ITE, *'aa.lwt.
ai&uL The for hsetf and those as; When tile bid does ant specify a mode of eonveyanee MESS PORE S
ZI' artklospoaki of the Postmaster General dated January 12 *r
.. .fad fw u.ttt.. '. r isrfarMUdiatheMcor'tyef 1 their hoosn will II&- Private Hoarding.XA Arrif Homosaar%tame dy by 12 m; 1855 and by following mode of conveyance t is also when it proposes to sorry"according to :. CJ1EE3E. and LARD gj. .,

'JackIsarW.N.ftk 11-J tiafy thomeelTMby soiling vs Mr.A.M-RKED. TUB. subscriber respectfully inform thejSpnUic Leave Hanweassa- Wednesday aad t'atarday. at S fur tho annual sun of ; the advertisement," kit wUhsnrt such specification, BUCKWHEAT JLOCB ia boxes sal MP ,
of JabkaowrUte tla ZB; it win be considered a* a proposal fur bonobackservice. CBAMBESniESLDRIED PEACHE? GLT-
Mr. WALTER that he ,
or KIPP. prepared accommodate a dollars. .j
so BCWABD.RAX .. oar .. Agent fur the eroctioei .,"these rods ia limited number of families or single persons with pAmve at Augusta same days by 6 p.. This proposal made with knowledge of the : .' tIER PRESERVES, PICKLED 11
AWAY frwea r.be.nmer Cu- E.Mi Florida. gnod hosrdaty.ienabinrate'- 6324 From Melendes, by Cedar Tree. to Fort distance of the route tile weight of the sail to be : 21. A modification of a bid, a any of its eseeatiel BLAKE'S riRE-PRO07 PAIXT1. fIITDKOLIR P

J Il.sIay.gM ITbartoJ.L&iS..vm..sarali..t WrEB I At'GImiBAran. The hone i* situated ia a pleasant part of tho Dado 21 mile* and back once a week, carried and all other particular m reference tothe terms is tantamount to a new bid, aid cannot CEMEJJT, S
I:7CAtTlOS-X.-ooo U a-thoriietl to Leave Meteadex Saturday at 1 p at ; aid aid after be received, so u to interfere with regular competition BURXIXQ FLUID'aad a full supply.of
.M ifKa.r iuL a ; sue .eoraer of,Ocean aid Monroe streets, Jacksonville rout service also full eTsminstioaof
.sr ia East Arrive at Fort Dado Maw day by 8 pal ,after the list hour set for receiving bids. PAINTS OILS sad VARNISH .
.c I bat S
: M.k stWack CIaI Florida ear on named Flo Ua. A. COY. the attraction and requirement attached the <
Leave Tort Dade Saturday at S a an 22 Peetmaiters are to be careful not to certify ADd for sal b) iILL1tAMcttEX
.. ..25.. .,. a.dLM fllU-l,) D.* A. January 1, :. advertisement -
___&_ __ Arrive at Meteadec same day ay 12 m. the sufficiency of gurutor er sureties withoutkoewiag 16-If &aers NewBaliduagS
UISW IIBrtottP.1.ttaM n. iII..1 LIStIl.. ...L _J 6825 From PSercevflle Eprmgfleld. to Cay DaWr eGuarmUe.. (SIpacl) that they are persons sadieleat reponsibOitrt ., ,
b that b.M :McQueen Mclntosh.ATTOENEY ; Port IS altos sad back oa o a.. S I and an bidders cnarantors. aid sureties POR.8ALE.A .
Mip. n. WT.. iiaM Orgies J'. RiiiBo at 6 sjaderstgaed residing at-.State'of UCELT Xegro boy about 14 of
wlfl U fcy th Gnnarr; AT LAW Leave r..wizinsasrlay a j are distinctly notified that,es a faOere to enter into yean age.
oaalMtawt fifo *to oaUarOac tar to aims.sad Jadoowrfflo, Febraary 28,183. 'JackaonwilJe.E.F. ,. Arrive at By Port earn day by 12 m ] ,undertake that, if the foregoing aid for or perform the contract for the service proposed XX warranted sound aad beaUWy. Enquire .r41f

.. totho Captoaa rf JB Ux at Vart.JatkaawriifiT. or. NOTICE I.bsNby glens theta thM OOSBOV': Leave Bay Purl Saturday at I _t- 11Iae the hail on route Xo.''be accepted for ia the accepted bids. their legal .liaUiitiaswUfbe thieOffice. f.blO-1.-_ .

v. _... of.' par east oathoaiockof i Smith & Arrive at PiererriOeowoe-l"y?P" Postmaster General the bidder shall prior enforced against them. .5 14-S
.J.X Bradford. Copartnership .Ilee.
ZTTL Osaspaaykaa boo saMe poyaUo at the once'of.tU 682* 7ros.ReaarAssb7rZiTers tolff totbaljtdayof July, 1SS5 110 a*soon thereafter 23. The eoatracts Witt be ,sabstsatlaBy the The Badersignedi have catered into S

oarotary oa MottUy UM 7th day tf May.KoUeofaaJaogtruUiat .' ATTORNED A.1.L.\'V' Poad 40 adIos and back,eawe a week as stay be. eater late the required obligation to fone Uretiifcrc mad it thin department, except for the Practice ef a -
ship Law. .
> .at 4 u.Ulna by ReoaUtioa of the I "Xeor IlonraaaaaJriday atZ p. i perform the serriee proposed, with pod aad saffieaeat U the reaped part ieeJariysaentinoediatheso iastraeticsjs ] xenTo3n,5- 1.,
cQrED :
: .flm-1OO ABLE BODIED no.oXO. Boar4ofIiroetoriaJlftockrpga which the too. 20LICITOB IH CEAUCFST, : ,Arrive at Long Poad next day by Cpm| safeties. S S S t sad is aaraaweJ aadstoaisjboat notes LWaEATOX. S
t Wmt .Ae.l'llrik .*flsssd-4ar w -metaTaont of oaa p reoai peyabb oa the' 224 Mligatvr end #.JJaJ I Leave Long Pcnd Thursday at 6 a m; i Tab we do with afaR knowledge vi the obHga.tiuat .tbe cwtfncters wta be leqeiretl to deliver the atail -Jaekaoev1fleXv.lb,14-l&S S S .

MaZajmbspaiC. A. (MLha* aotUoa Mid will bo &rf.itid for. tarn auiaeM entnatod i Arrive at besmear atxt .llt11 a. sad liabUitio assusMd by gnaranton aadet1ieetlonof1heactofCongTaofJal2,18Z. into the post office at the ends of lbs ronte mad i,4

,"., r.GEG. : CALL or.JpSJCPQ faytasat hi afaty Jays from thin
;r. 11.1111. FIX.&, .1 pilL .om. W.CALL,. ..1I'Im." ra, '-I B.asuoroaa. Fioem .Taoxpa U. .JIaU&.ae.n sIlos and "lhty rodeftas &W ilritad er landits: t".P.4.1. .idlas.(-' ,
_March 3-Zn' Secretory.mthIuw. OBo Alligator. '1 back once a week (Hgnedby two guarantors.) .2.a. Prmatom' aad persona,boon athitasotast,7witbmbesIpTecuia .
OOe ..
; ,LI.bI% 0& 8T LCJr. I VualUrnl& at eeysTsaLpsThereIays$6amArrive t, JVs* Ctrt\fentt\ .- i ** tsamer JSEMI50LX. ,CapV i-
.J.dy7-Iy y- -
prtacTcna.8. S : The madersigaed posrmastat of-, EUUof ,. r T rWsdaeoday -
Manatee ,
at It ,
,'- rOJ(,THE KUBSRIBIR. rttfc83Ea .J. H.lleJto&7': 1. -- next day ay nXcareMaaaUe 0zaa&oseaMesetitcatee.ttMaa44eacy.eb'its3a1ly
; S.... rida.- I. 1 fII IJosrar : .M.KiCODDI' Friday at 1 p a;. __,,.sti.saJet-btaonthoCoce. that he; in the forsH above prescribed- Theeef.tiftesteseJ'tendency lId.sad csntiaae to'make tector -. -

oo or aVS..f .D Arrive at TaapA Mst'flArz&ps. I*aeo.malntedwith theabore gmaraators and knew*: arast to signed by a fnstaa*. trip* i so that,place nary ashes Ws4.eeinythoresfiexentafavt4tit. .
DacrabtlSIV a Builder and Contractor ..
CHtSTUT 9.IS5.ic., them to he ass of property,.aud able to ler..r the places before aaaedcc jedvofa -
.I01UL-1'Ovr UO&SX/aMt ate No S
E828 Treat Tampa to 0ldTaapeEsy1i4ssaad rwfniP&-- .< .
at 4,vMfc tta wfcBa,t..c ftuaonaiB aM' Lvney.LULSAR. l ,_ .; SwjJon 'Ooeaa Street.feaJ .. hock once a-WMk., -. .UteJrsjMoatee. ; eoertaf record. : S' i ,jao3MC -i A,CATOVA,Oi'oGABDX

toil o 4 watt, q .o4.what*itt bi toravToact .. rp.UZPWmifhevia1ns saaitOole.iI : .- ., "r. .. *I.l' v.aaps1tcu7Ma- -- _..' ::.TMuMten at the GIla of roatos oa whicalhey' 5- ':
Mak tae preeeat mod of
.4.$aMust an4 iddrsgts k .I.aT.t ap a.4 ,ihub.v datodsea;u.Dofas4a.ai TIc ; &nift& OW'aID .1."' -',aI,. S .qEqosrstns -p* .a'-I' wffl vatsjatae'.mail .sack eonreyaaee trip fat.six laadeooato joecessiveweetooa .T aaEB& 'IjIf I

'. .Ciec6aaut1.a.m.u.et.aibsr 1II'TiisLin-. then iaterestoi wifl lab notice of tho S&JH a4appoaruut ,;.bt 1T4ATUitoeitlWthaPfleb' j4Tamp&EiyTeeediyat6sa. beeertiBedfcya <. eowrt.of 1F..Uy.na, owl weeks oa.'other nJ:3l1f1 r..j.cu.l' .;

.. 7' -A W the dsdarttioo. tooreta.. a.krlaa Chsreh*ffl be haid at thav CWel, 'Arriveatlan: sass"'-y6p-r tlr..at. u. rontes aad repot a*resuJt bythelOth April,1833. JaUirarreaW:
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: : WATEETOOF oUTt-t'OS"CXTIl V VV V r"i.30 barrel Mess POTkV : V "V. { *V I., !loriJt nub Jb riniin : { flt!. biw;*b* baanWVntvwttu.tto.'l :; _. '
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p & munrrACTVBAA rr V 2 tierce Sugar Cared Hams MW, "V. ) lit aU Its .BMOB bud Ji,
r HARCOURT BRADLEY 4 CO.. V 2 hor he dB*< n Sides aad Shoulders. ; o. C'OUNTING' HOUSE' ALMANAC) ; .' ; t. mat of int ala*YBHICLBSMM .zI "
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14 firkin Gofben ButUr, V- 'AGB3 biUI .
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boxes Cheese ; 1$55 ,aU owe ,
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rlrie G hfr't* Fulton Market eef.; k uui r-r Ordert ailIt/tIl1r. -
; 'i .rpia Hydraotagea II.valnabU discovery for No. 1 Mackerel b barrels and kits, Q = ( S.-c.Nw:.1 '
1 X protecting,u.fet from damp or cold, and .. Salmon m kits,. < 18M : : ; a : ; 18M. : = ; I = V V -_ _

kI therefore a pvrrenUtiv of soy Long diseases 20 sack Liverpool Ground Salt, L. = : : r = = : = I = 8..&. E.. M. Gilbert, C V
viOtUmmydodorinthattttr. The Hydromageni 1 cask Dried Apples V e $ 'lA t7J'ACTt'Kns and bRA.V .
ia tb* form of a*ole. and worn uuide the boot or 5 bantls Apples f4\; 1 1 r; i 6 i LEES InV aD.aertpeioae ce 'AR-

I bo*., ItaiiuJkst.dcbarti.rIsspowerfs1snti4otetodIisa. Buckwheat Flour in lacks and boxM and a extensive arranre V 7 8 9101112 13t 8 9 10 1112 13 14 SJOd toexeu&e, atV V A09atN35,44QWtt., ,

.*. full assortment of Provisions and Groceries of aU It 1316 17 18 l92O 1516 17 18192021, V v'Strut aad No 71ItIJ'_ '.Charlertaa.
rt For Gentlemen will b* fiwad agreeable warm kinds, and for sale by mfD Co het ea21 Z 23 242526 21 2 23 24 25126 2128 the illerte _tiee. Oar Stock I* ao extensive one, aad parcbwri ;
and healthy to wear ia the coldest rainiest weath- McCUEN. 8Z9 3l--- 93031-J---- V VtiOnOfeyCT7deSt4
January 6.1855. an respectfully nqcested t.can OD .*, M Wf eB irer
.'1 srsatbefuotesanotbecoioewetifthellydrotnagent1 a Fu'r - 1 2 1'' Ave',. I 2 3 4 aD llndl great inducement* hllty1e aol prieeet tad J
I I* fauerted. Ladle may wear the lightest soled '4 5'6 7 8 9 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 say articles Loa I ,boot or shoes ia tb* most inclement weather with Lone Star *: :* Bestwurant tloDof 11121314151617 1213141516l7B. Pampllleb, IB wry nPpeeL'Jal7| g jf
.$ 4 Impunity; wh3 Consumption so prevalent among J8 9 20 21 2-1 192O2lfl23242

.l the yoong of oar country may be thwarted bv UNDERSIGNED would Inform the citi- Job 26 28 JSEs.'T.I 26 21 28 29 30 31 Cariage & Harness Depositor. t
ttwir general adoption. They entirely supersede TilE: or Jacksonville and vicinity that he Printing, MAzB 23123 i 1_ I aw fllanks, '

% rcr.jAoes, a* the latter cans the feet to perspire has fitted ap the room. formerly occupied by 234&67PTbcattentionofthoso AT Tils' WHITE HOUSE,

ia a very unhealthy manner t and besides are not The House the Republican office, as a RESTAURANT, In a 112131415,16,111, 9 10 II 12 l3l4 U fluatneu Card.. V Sooth-West Coner f
"Buflfington M TINO
I dangerous wear to pedestrians. icy w..tber.like style which he thinks will give general.atiiifaction. 19l92O2l22Z324, 1611118 1920,21 Vwishing and WESTWORTH STXXXTf,.
Hi India rubber. While the latter cause the feet to It will be his aim to furnish the choicest WINES, Printing 25'26'2128'29'30' :nl ,124 25 26121128 Visiting Cards, .Clsrtttttm, 3. C.
appear extremely large, the Hydromagen being LIQUORS and SEGARS and unexceptionable V APRI 8191O! :0 -- CARRIAGES .every dessripflejat Ike Ivsei
a mere thin site of cork prepared peculiarly |>Uced OYSTERanJ GAME SUPPERS. In short, to done Is particularly 111121131141' Oda. I 2 .3 41 5 .Clrcula. price always 011 band, aad no artfcUJoU except V
?r inside doe not increase the cite of the boat,or Jnolonve ForJdaTis give complete sat'ufactson to his patrons. 7 8 9 10 such is can be wanafd la Ib* ftuWum, b,
the font to untidy. To Children they invited to this oaie.. 115'16117 111121 21 july r 8-tf
I ane appear 2tI 1617 JgILKATMAX.Mholcsalf V
A couple of fino BILLIARD TABLES 1",1., II aD 4 Dill.,
are extremely valuable as they may engage in -25\261'17\ 23'24 2Z 26 21 -
well known HOUSE situated the of Newnan soon be added to his establishment. -
.servile with comfort and healthy effect Their on corner dee23tfWhEELER.. Torsos Invariably 3lu. I 6'' V 99' 30131 V V Tia-YUre FaeUrj.O. .

aspen II m slight a*to scarce need mention be- and Adams streets within a few rods of the Post Office, and V 7 8 '10 11 12' \ -' J 16 2 Show Bm.. 1L VEROXKE A BRO. V
aide*,those who patronize them will find their yearIf Groceries Ac.f"pIIE W cAsu.13 14 15 16117 4 1 5 6j I 7 II Wholesale Dealer iaPLAIXAXD
i d '*bill much dimtnuhed thereby. near to the Steam Boat landings, and most convenient to the subscriber, having purchased the stock of 20 21 To 23 11 1213,14, 15116 17 lUlls ofLadilig. JAPAKED TIN WARS, 1 4

A*the Hydromagen becoming more known, Its renovatedfrom 1 Groceries of Mr. S. N. Williams respectfully Orders from the 17 28 29 :30 342511 'lR-19 2021222324,
Churches has received and has been 'PARK thi*method of their
just ia&nalag frind
t Ml II increasing to an almost incredible extent a new COAT, solicits the patronage of the public. Ho will always JUE. -j25 flV 30':1 DUI of Faro JL and customer i
Last year ia London Manchester, Birmingham top to bottom with every convenience, is now in perfect keep on hand full supply and fresh Stock of COli. D h 1 will he 3- 5- 15-- 8 9' DEc'L 11 large addition to tbeir they hove recently and aiad
.,Glasgtw,Leeds, Dublin ParilAnt.el'J\ FAMILY GROCERIES, 10'1112 13 14 15 2 3 4 SI 6 7 8. LaHI. ar sewprepared
H..NraDd Burlin our sales reached 1,732- order. The Table will be under the supcrintendance of an ex which he will sell oa reasonable terms. My Stock promptly ueeuted. 17 18 19120j2JI22 9 10 11 1213 14 I with neatness to execute and all order In'the abov liao V4
450 pair of cork Soles, Thi year the number will be constantly replcnihcd by new arrivals 231 16 18l9t2012l! 151' dispafcb. Oar Ware ar* all
wlli far surpass that. pcrienccd Housekeeper, and shall not be surpassed by any otherin from tho North. V 'J .F.Boouo.. 12.4 26121128129 I 3911 .l c Ace warranted. to leak aad tab* rf tb* best work.' .

'1 Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as this climate. The has determined, that his exer Dee. 2-310. JOHN S.TO\T SESD. C V 30 1111y" manship.Terms made
: aad
pretenutiv for Colons, COLD, BROSCHITIS Proprietor accommodating Country ordt*, V
a shall be bestowed him "Who Shall these Boots Displace J"bTUE promptly attended to. .
., ASTI HA, and Coksrxrrioi.Men's to merit the patronage upon ".
tons UNDERSIGNED have opened a Abo Country Roofing and Gatteria
Sue, pair, 33 CE1fft.LA.nu'do. *; *eo* wish .a.
pr.de 30 da.Bora be without regard to trouble or expense.A the manufacture of BOOTS and a&1c'ocnr'rIIa11AND dispatch. ,

A MISSES' do 25 do. LIVERY STABLE is attached the House with good SHOES on the corner of Newnan and For- Jacksonville FoundryMACHINE J 63 STATE STREET near the ITsrk.tnor.

'S.. '-Fnwa the Retail Prices we make awry t syth streets next door to store formerly occupiedby 0 IS-ftiu Clttzrlul ra.3. C.
t t liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House J. B. HowelL They have received a new supply AND g Tea Depository: S Fraser & Thompson It
of materials, and in the quality and style of
that any while storekeeper may make article a fine profit b on soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. their manufactures have no doubt of pleasing the WORKS. Removed to the Yew Store In Holmes FACTORS AND .
their sale they are an thay *
may public, whom we now ask to give as a triaL THE Subscribers hiving made' Htenrive said Building, opposite Dr. Baldwin's -
kept ia any store among any class of goods, Oct 21, 18. 4--Gm S. BUFFINGTON. dec23-2m BACKMAM MARCHER improvement in their eiUbliib- Office JacksonvIlle MERCHANTS .

'. For terms, apply to *. copy ment, are now prepared to famish TTT1IEKE b kept constantly on hand a largo and AJger't Karl MTtarf.Ctiartetto
llARCOfRT Insolvent Notice. Steam Engines,of any required power from VV well selected assortment of *****, C. '
38 Ann Street- New-Ywk.- ptATALINA C. SKIFF Administratrix and I to 100 horses; DRUGS AND CHEXICA1S, rar.a'KL.FUlia "ru'LL'nO.PIOf ;

-JE 'TIIEC11EST..2 O Manuel Crespo Administrator of all and sin.gular Saw Mills; Always received by the latest warranted *..
MR ASTL.CY COOPER I1AKTM II.D. 1V JEWELRY SILVER WAREAND the goods chattels right and credits of Sugar 31111s; fresh and genuine. Also arrivals SISO. Mercbanr* Hotel. ,.' 81'."
l\TCIES, George F. Skiff late of this county,deceased hay. Horse Powers; V *, .*. c.. V V5EDvCTiS
has left
: the eminent Medical Practitioner a ing this day filed in my office a written suggestion Grist Mills Perfumery Combs Brushes, Soaps, IV .rrE''.
valuable legacy to tbe world in his of the i insolvency said estate: and, all,other machinery used in this country. Lamps, Burning Fluid, & ., % Tilt wadvrslgjKd having leased this HeUL
C Great Preteutatlve of Consumption, This is, therefore, to notify all persons having Iron and Brass Castings. which will be sold law for earh. JottntMl*d i_King Street,solicit from tile travel

AND Fancy Goods. demands against said estate to file the same duly "if Steamboat Saw Mill, and other repairing Country orders solicited and punctually attended ling public a share of patronage. Board I1.M V
,t UNFAILING CURB: FOR PULMONARY proved antI authenticated before the Judge of at short notice. to. rbytkians prescriptions put up with care and per day; single dinner,50. els.flbl,.

DISEASES: Probate of Duval County by.tlio ninth day of r,:ff All tniuhinejy purchased from n* will be July 8-6m JAMES: M. JIZBST.C1I <
vithoiit the use of Medic inf.Rr May next at which time there will be a pro rota put in operation in any part of the State b1 derpa&cb.TEAl.. Alt L.1&TUX HOTitr ",

) A. C. Bart invented and advised the use GEORGE FLAGG distribution of the assets of said estate amongst the competent machinists, when desired and upon Agent for the New fork PekW Tea Company.Tea D.HLXEIt

of the creditors thereof. reasonable terms.Drawings of direct importation aa4oT34 varieties,from Center and _
MEDICATED FUR ClIESTPROTECTORrpo Jac ZE2 Usrt Witness my name as Judge of Probate and the i and Estimates fnrnfotned, without a M to 1 Ib. ins package, all warranted and at julyS Meeting Haya StncU.
d all persons of all ages and cnuditons as a onVn1c. F1orida seal of said Court, this the ninth il:ly of charjje.: MOONEY A OOOKIX extremely low prices.'Covntsy V Ckarltitnf.C. it
1 certain and a safe shield agaiimt cMmuinptuin WOCL respectfully inform the citizens of this place country, that IL. s.3 j November| in the year of our Lord one July 8-tf Fouixlerg and ilachini J Dealers supplied,by orderIng MILLS hOUsE, ,

Bronchitis Arthraa. C..gh, Cold and other affliction he has again his old stand, thousand eight hundred and fiftv-fonr. accompanied Cash. TIIOSAS S. MCKEISSOX, i

i: *of the Lungs, which arise from the exposed openl'A FELIX: LIVINGSTON, 5 FLORIDA mON WORKS. 8 GARDEN t FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, Ae, Corner Vrtiiifc and Queen Strctto, Vuly8 .
tate of the chest, am nlin tofaAion, and the SUMERS' BLOCK Judge of l'robate.lJu"aJ County. K. W. BIC5US & Co., 1JarLtontille also always kept on band : L'heTkIiSSISVC. r.

S ontinnal changes.(oar rliiuato. with a lu: and well selected stock of November 11,1854-6m. jf-7a. July 8-tf T. WcJIILLAX. V PAVII.IOX "

;,, "The Irotector"is ,impla'hl"mieanyrlpared ) Insolvent SoUce.ISAAC now prepared to execute promptly order HOTEL .
::1 far, lined with silk and padded which, suspendedfrom WAW t H W tFANC H W WA& N. C. BUFORD, A lDlin ltratororthe Es ARE Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar Mills NEW SKYLIGHT II. L. BUTTBlll'lKLD

the IK*'k, covers the chert, in so agreeable a lE A N I) of William G. Rnford late of this county an-1 Pans Grist Mill, Horse Powers, Iron and Corner of Metlia;nd UaICH.. 1

manner that.otJre worn, it becomes fill etu.ity and : deceased, having filed in my office a written suggestion Brass Castings, and every variety of Miwhiner]. JJaperian Werg JulS CkerIsstsa,5.C. I .

I .com furl.Th Goods direct from the of the Insolvency of said Estate. This is, Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mil!. Notice. ; ;.
I 1 Protector" although l nt recently introduced to which the attention Getting my therefore to notify all reno having demanJs duly Steamboat and other repairing. rpnB C CA-PARTXERSHIP vxder the Iris *T .,- .
into America is making rapid progress through Xe\t York Manufacturers: I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as proved and authenticated in the office of the Thay will continae the manufacture and keep THE Subscriber begs leave in inform be citizen X TU3XO, PICKXEY A CO., u tab day 4UIrrd. -

.'T 4 the United States the Canada, South America, regards style and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Sa\annah. Judge of Probate for Dnval county by the seventeenth constantly on band, ,heir variety of Plows, Timber Jacksonville and its vicinity that be still The ottl Bent et it. affairs bjr maUal ,
\ r and the West Indies. It has for a long time Among my assortment may b found day of July next ensuing, at which time Carts Chains Ac., to which they respectfully in- continues to keep open his agreement devolves WILLIAM M.TU3IXO, .
J been a staple article in England: and on the continent there will be a pro rata distribution of the assets of rite patronage. July 8-ly XEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY, 10 whom all persona bjrrtag demaatU w keg is-
I I f of Europe, while it has grown in many countries WATCHES, BUTTER JXl'E?, FRUIT Do., NAPKIN said estate amongst, the creditors thereof. on Forsjth Street tIOc.M door west of Dr. Hol debted are

!. to the position'>f an article cof drws FINE GOLB PATENT LEVERS, (full jeweled,) RINGS, CILDRE1 S SETTS, .Ac., Ac. Given under my hind and the Seal: of the Jacksonville BUcksmllliiug, land's residence, referred.WILLIAM 11-T'fO.L .
To demonstrate these u-ts enquire (.f any English M Constantly o hand and made to order from pur* Court of Probate of Dnval county at the AID Where he Is prepared to take pictures in a manner Q. PINCKNRT, JL V
revi J the beneficial effect coC wearing the Protector L.\'J1 E.without caress seventeenth day of Jannirv, A.I). 1855. At the former Stand of Sedgieick.T I pen!e in fitting up his Rooms, having: a splendid S.Pt.I 213
hunting )
WITBIHT mr.ooin.sfc eiuctonlNoofany kin The (,'ib. do. do. CUTLERY.From 1 FELIX LININGSTON, 'URNISUES Ploughs of all kinds Timber Car reception room for ladies, fitted up in A neat and

.ctof wciring these articles is a mere trifle, and 8IL'.Enp.\TFXTI.E\'ER.; do. tho celebrated! 3IalatoI of Gco. Wcwlcnholin jan20-6m Judge of Probate bard County 1? riages Carts Chains for Mills, Mill work of tasteful style besides his largo fine Skylight, enabling The 8nbtcrRerContinnM .
1 eno will last some yo".. No one who \alucs the IHlm" cA all kinds Mills .. him to take pictures in groups or singly, in
J bo withoatthem. .. < do. i Son, couching II AXA.-tROrGIJT HOME TO TIlE Sugar the busier*. heretofore carried. _
health f himwlf c.r hi*family will : H clear weather. Kefeeb
[ < From good makers will b warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, DOOR OF THE MILLIOX Wonderful peTParticolar attention paid to Steam Boat and or cloiuly confrlentof dertb nan rf TTXXO. PIXCK>'EY A CO.
J The 1I'II'Iital.| in this country are not time keepers .hic RAZORS SHE.\R : Discovery has been recently made by Dr. Curtis Saw Mill reparing. Wheclwrighting done at sbor giving satisfaction to all who may favor him with and tenders to IM 'friend the renewal *T hU ar
recommending them. hut rapidly intrudu<'injr .1 g .c I of this city in the treatment of Consumption,Asthma tent notice. f V Alt orders lea at the store of S. a ealL lie Li thankful for past favor, and hopes Tre WILLIAM SL TCJISO
'1 Ilanvnrt Brolly A C..-.f Lmidon, and 11"'JIf JEWELRY.GOLD"7UAUDS FANCY GOODS and all diseases of the Lung. We refer to "Dr. N. Williams will be promptly attended to. to receive a continuance of the .:.. Thoce'who 3imt1 213NCu1EI ,
.ngmally entru>ted with do not want picture invited VV _
ter, England were 19-tf J. A. FARMAR. are respectfully to
manufacture of the Pp.tect.irs, by the lamented I Such ns CORU_ PORTE 1IOXI&1. ACCORDIONS Cm l' lII eallaor" Inhaling Hygcana Vapor and aug call and naming his rooms and specimen ; MrLNDRlX & C t CI.'AINS.
.. Dr. Coor,aol continue to iiwnnfjclure accordingto FOBAM) VEST : PERFUMERY U DINS' AND Cherry Syrup. With this new method Dr. C. has To the Pu.b1J.o jaly 8-tf N.T.. ORAYKS. COMMISSIoN MERCHANTS,
ALl orifin i""t.ii.. and therefore ( CHATELAINS, LOCKETS, BRACELETS: OTHER I : EXTRACTS' FANCY WMPS, restored many afflicted ones to perfect health; as fur fh* ..of. ,
mend those it ho .mld near "The PrutcUoH," to 1'.CJIRO-sA I'E.U.s, PAPIKR-MACHEE JEWEl. CAFES. an evidence of which be his innumerable certificates. UNDERSIGNED successors to hIi.vwv Joseph Wliilden View, Grain androd.e.. Ce eralJ7.
IJ1.31CJ1'r.1Xt..:, REGARD! Do.GOLD WORK Speaking the treatment, a physician remarks TilE .
ROSEWOOD No. 3 Holmes' bare In j.,9 t"'rlulfnl
lee to their being genuine. \ Bwldiag dealer in S C.V kf
THIMBLESLEEVE It is evident that
: inhaling-constantly
.j. REJltJI.Etl A KTABLE AUTiCLE, Ash SO BOXES PORTABLE store and for sale
1ATEIiT.Mt IC1 E. AND ('LLOEt BUTTONS \\'RI'TIFG DESK breathing an agreeable healing vapor, the medicinal A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF Paints I Oils and Glass I I (,EO. ABBOTT COAa.
RETAIL PRICES. STUDS, CUFF PINS, RETICt'.' FANS, C'U"I", properties must come in direct contact with So. 11 IIAYXEPTREET.Ctrfeston : .96 E ,
;EXT' SIZE SI,50 each DROOCIIJ--.E.\RltIXGS, CRUSHES THER3IOMETERS the whole of the arial cavity of the lung and this MERCHANDIZE S. C. I Charleston S. C,
GOLD S1'ECTACLESEVE GLA5SES CIIILDRENS' escape the many and varied changes produced upon
LAPIU. d-u - 1,00 tit"Bon' : : ; Connoting of Dry Goads Groceries Proviniou, constantly"fur,a assortment DtaltrfimPIBIT
pLti.v ANDSITT: TOY TEA BELLS when introduced into the stomach and KEEPS GAS AX1J
75 ;
du. ,
A MiKsm do. ,
I .. Hardware and Cutlery Crockery and Glassware and OILS of all kinds TABT-
CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS subjected to I.ro.-e of digestion. The Hyo.tna '
with ariuus other articles too
a lIARCXfRT, BRADLEY A CO, Together t numerous ; in for sale nt all the druggists' throughouthe I Hats and Caps Boots and Shoes, SyMIery, and i a ISIIES, WINDOW GLASS and SASHES, SPTS. j with Lamps of every de rriptio* for the nine
33 An Street AlOi Nassau Street SII4VEH.VAItF:. tOI mentionN ; large assortment of Books and Stationery, and aU] TURPENTINE SPIRIT GAS, COTTON FOOT- ALSO V
L.-tLOCh. WATCHES and JEWELRYthoroughly
: New-York, 1.8. COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT and varranteJ, at the short.FoRKT.tlLL1LEltTAMTEASiOO New York Dutchman of Jan. 14. other article. suited to the trade; to which they GIN FIXTURES; GLUE and BRUSHES of various -: Enjjlu-li and American White Lead Paint
Warehouse, 102 Wood fired Ckeajv'ulc, repaired ,
I Principal invite the attention of the public'and ask them to kavls.
: : % est nd TEEMS CASH. oct28-ly The Inhaler is worn on the breast under the linen [not ZVIy of kind Linseed and Siivrm
41 MarLU Street Man lit [ before every ,
'( London Manufactory. call and examine their stuck purchasingeisewhere
I SUGAR SCOOPS SALT AND MUSTARD Do, without the least inconvenience-the bent of I julr 8 Oil (
-I dustier England.H. flatter themselves that TIlE PAVILION iIassI'utty&c. tfCOXDICT
as they they; HOTEL .
the belly being sufficient to evau rate the fluM.:
t ..hing Depots for the sale
B. Co. are America. : Hundred of CASES of CURLS like the following can sell as low u any one else, for cash or country JVVr .-West curser MettimCIIABLUTOV 4.Jl l.SI.. JF. JXS.tCo.,
of "The Protector" in all i'arUi of Physicians i produce.
!. Druggists, Clothiers, Dry Gowk, I Ilenhllltll.UIIUen might be named. One Package of Hygeana K. C. SADLER. COACH, IIARU1VARJB.
I .
and Milliners,abe Gentlemen's New Goods New Goods bicurel mo of tho ASTHMA of six years stand The undersigned begs respectfully inform his i V X.165 Meeting Street Vjuly8
I N. D.-31. W.GBAES would
Storc-Kcepcrs are entrnrtcd with the ing. t v. respectfully numerous friends aol the traveling public generally CharIes4ui.S.C..
.1 Furnishing Jos. F. P. M inform the that be still continues the
wholesale and retail .4rihuti..n of them sud to K'ttbtrry, i>Duncannon PaI pnMic tint notwithstanding the recent fire at the :
am cure.l of tbe ASTHMA of 10 years stand. DAGU1ZRREAN BUSINESS rear of his premises bo is usual V Af ATTHIESSEN A O'JIAJU,
' whom liberal terms are offered for their entf'rl.n. AMBLER & JIOE.Have as prepared to:
1 and a splendid.opportuuity opens to them for safeBa ing(.yIJr.Curtis' Hygcana. one door west of Dr. II. D. Holland's renUcnco.: offer the best accommodations to all who may f*.., lVI1OLE.LR (ixmiiNo ,HOUSE:.
l IIIIJlIUCN.Eur Margaret Eastern Brooklyn N. Y Jacksonville 8 1331. him with their patronage the house and fwraitwre No. 143 EM Bay,conn Queen
'A, .. < profitable teams apply to just rx-ceircd their Fall supply of Merchandize, consisting ofEffOlEIIES Mrs. Paul of No. 5 Mammond ft-, N. Y, was July having been thoroughly cleaned ami renovated 'I July 8 taar/Mtoa.<:., tfWAUDLAAV

I ILVUCOfRT.BRVDLEY.A: : CO, cured of a severe case of Bronchctis by the Hygoftiia. The People's Clothing He, also, returns his sincere thanks Lr the liberal ,

33 Ann Street, New-York. l.". S. MS. PBIIYfiJO1Scons support he has received and ptnlgM himself t.I ; WALKEIl Jt BUIIXSIDE,
t sinter his been cured of .
-T. My a DISTRESSING I'l"'reDO e pemw or exertion fo deserrr eoBtfa-u- Cotton I'aelor and
A nr iu(. FLOUIL, RACOX PORK. HAMS. ItUrFKR. LARD, $., &c, COUGH several years standing, and decided to DRY GOODS STOKE. once of the patronage that bus been so largely extended ..cOnIlSSI 3IiRCHA5TJJ,

tDelay not; harbofllut in your mind tha With a full supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. be inturealile by her Physicians. hc was CURED (At the sign of the GIANTS RED CAP) towards him.' V North Atlantic Wharf. !. V .
..' that J'itea e will in ONE MONTH by the Hjgcana. Nov. 13 & II. L, BUTTERFirtl julyS C1Jarl _, S.C., tf
: sentence of f. 'Jiil.1b, a J. 1! Gaubert, P. M. Richmond, .Ve JMODE returns thanks to his friend and eiti- I
get cured of itself, or that you ran cure'J with ccr- Dry Goods J and surrounding country pEXriXE LOXWIXXK PORT
. a Price three Dollars a Pai ksge-Sold by CURTIS W31 )1. I.A WTOY & CO. 1 WISE;
fain mcdkiaes for a few dollars Beware bow you PERKINS BOYD A PAUL No. '149 for past favors bestow ed on him, and solicits a con- FACTORS AND VJ 'V .34PfAWlNEV' : .
1 4 tamper with your goucr.l welfare. j itnunnce of the same. As be has now entered into I ** TRENCh ,- ', .
Of PRINTS a larca and well assorted stock Chambers st, N. Y.-4 Packages sent free by express COMMISSION BRAXW-
: Y* wild aol *ici.uii youths, "hy will-you persii-t to any part of the United States for Ten Doll a/vpartnerehip with his brother in Savannah the MERCHANTS, Expressly for medical pnrpuM, at V :
in dueing with the filthy DallllCatinwu\lOuu,1II dai- Ginghams: Sheeting, Linens, Bonnet Ribbons, N. B.Dr. GurtiB' Hypeana is the ORIGINAL business will bo carried on more extensively,under No. 13 SoutAcrn ";; sop 2-34 ,APOTllECART'nALL.H.W.KIXSMAX .
. al"oetio and the and firm of Char ton s.c.
)proffered thereby impairing your ) and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE a1otbel'll style ,
I digestion, and destroying you mentally as well as DeLains, Shirting, Crash, Taffetas, base immitations or vile and INJURIOUS are A. & J. MODE, Wm. M. Lawton I Win. M.Tavtor, -
I j-byMcally when you emu l I.e cured *ith a few dotes Alpaeo'O llahurc hosiery Florence Silks terfoils. Shun them as you would POISON. coun Wholesale and Retail Dealers In R. Wainright. Bion, I| Joseph T. DilL V 111 Xit ftrttt V
'I of pleaMnt medicines t k julyB tf has In afore an Immense stock of
Fcr sale and __
and wi..b to I by Clothing Dry Goods, = WINDOW SHADED.Cbarl
I'1 You who are thus annoyed restored Cashmeres Dress TrhnniingjIIandkcrchicfs Lady's Collars .
4 ,- to heath and ,'ig rl 111 a treatmcrUat ..sai' MILLERA McCUE gay st.-nov.hero and our friends will fiivl at all times a large and J. Holmes, whica Be fa> now ffering at prices such M to penV -

pleasant aad flactua', should consult Pr. MORBIS. Blankets, &c., &c. To Persons out oi Employment complete Stock too numerous to mention.. For 100 lTa.1 Strut;IT. T. V sent great indaeemeat customer.
I.. Ui success in chronic disease hu been V quality and reasonable prices please call and convince V 'r"LIIO V-V -
: greater than that({SOY other I'brlidofW.*day. I CLOTHIMG.AfinenwrtmentofVESTS ACEXTSVAX TED. yourselves on Bay street,opposite Col Sam- WILL pay Pine n rt jcular dumber attention tosales*f Yel- Lace and MuliaCartaiasSatin D Lane In Kerry Section of the United States. Lire Oak. and
L Uasiwboharebevnfi'ryearsamictd witb disoa mis' Lot, where you will find the same Giant' Bed other asks. Ae, all at a great Urgahi. jnlyg-tf
or consequences resulting from 'I<*** bate fIneCOATS, BUSINESS: COATS, SACKS and SACKSTEES, OVERCOATS The mint Elegant and Useful Volume of the Year, Cap. SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE and

t bee restored to health and vigor under his published an Illustrated Description of BOOKS, KTATIOJIERY AND CHEAP
-r: acieotifie treatment JUST be sold or given the entire Stock or
Should a p rnaal Interview be o!>j ytionabe! Wf3a Being Phyxica S. II PUBLICATIONS.
, .v. ate your disease in writing-enclone five d..n..d1 .. and Political tory of its Government and Pro- Dry Goods and Clothing.The Uockenbaogb, julyS Ne 3 Broad Street, Conrte lonS.C. tf
Dr. W. H. MORRIS through the IVt- TUBS, Cedar fl4 flIint..1. nrCKF.T Mr.ASrRF.s. KEELER. coYered. FI.OtR .and SUGAR venae, Productions, Resources Imperial Government present occupants wish to dispose of their entire GENERAL I V V

,* ,. .mee. Savannah Ga, au ' aecwrely put up will be sent privately and with a i1 Means Religion People Manners, Customs, An- Store soon to be erected on Bay street and make l12recriSsed4y.p. COMMISSION MER
b dgspatcbfuilofdarectmoimttherewitbaa.inoquest V t1 & tiqnitie, etc., etc., from the latent and moat authentic room for the new stock which they Intend to bringon flAREFUL attention will be given to sales of ChANTS.V

: tion ..tPeraollllidDI.t L- of all kinds. sources Embellished with about 200 En- and in a further improvement of styles to invite W Cotton Rice Sugar, Lumber. Timber and Accommodation* W"art;CIaarlt81fJ7
l a distanr, afflicted with Scrofula A large and complete assortment grain ", and Maps of European and Asiatic Russia. customer other Southern Produce Abo Merchandise par- W. G.A CJtoF'I t Co.V

(p .; ,Old Ulcers Tetter Cancer. l.ilr..F lltal. in \\.U The whole complete in one large octavo volume The liberal patronage J. M. has received dsjrmg chased (1ft most advantageous term. V_ july8-tf NET CASH JOBBING HOUSE.
JUio Gravel Stricture Gleets or any dwca what m H m V of about 700 pages elegantly and substantially the time he has been in business in this city bns Xos. 253 k 255
vr of.aggravated or malignant rharsetcrean bound. Retail price, '3. disposed him to dispose of whatever he baa on W. E. Buker, Kin Street.
b* cured at home by consulting Dr. MORRIS by BRUSHES, SOAPS 1'ERFUMKRY. ; COLOGNES, &C. &0.p This work has been several yean hi preparation band at prices that cannot fail to produce a smileof V SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL ,- .( -
letter post paid enclosing a fee.MedfcuM : n p. :Il: .E I: 11. and will it i 11 believed nice', in the flllicstllet"ppt.tioa pleasure from hi! customers and thereby reciprocate COMMISSION MERCHANTIy II. JE.SSEN.V

pleasant and safe, can b*sent per mail u: n: D. ;U: : DI of the information word the want so universally the favors of tbe public. He has determined 8, S.ratihGe.., tfA V DEALERS IN GROCERIES LIQUORS V .-
felt for reliable V
J to-an? part of the United States. The assortment that has been offered .iu thia market consisting ofcomnmon ware. white on history and internal that the most fastidious shall not leave him V '
largest of PPLCS AND 'ate.
resources a country occupying so large POTATOES, Jill received ,
with dissatisfaction
Particular attention to the treatment of feaul In to their
given regard
:.. complaint Ladies who be afflicted Granite Nulbery and Marble eeU. GI.t.sware I'reaerve and Fruit Dishes, aU styles and qualities or portion of the Eastern Hemisphere and holding one and all! We are anxious to wait Xi. enoslgnnicnt, and will be soil cheap.V "ty8 .1\. 139 EN' Bay, CharlertoivSC tf
may Goblets Wine Glasses Fluid!.Ind Oil LamJIl Candlesticks Lanterns Jugs Jan SpittoullJ.te upon '
Tumblers formidable at the nor
to a position time to the IrnIITONZGEAVES.
present and Bead I S. S. '
I with Irregularities*Floor Alba or Whites Pro- serve yon. read!! read! !I V FAKUAK t BROTHERS: :
Bpsa Uteri or Falling of the Womb, would do J1AHDWAIIE.Selected rent of Europe sad Asia; but of which far less i* V A. MODE A BRO., Jacksonville, Charts of tbe State of Florida. DEALERS, IN COFFEE; GKOCE-t. SV

.I vail to lay aside all false delocacy and expressly to supply the p-oisr! demands of this market goods for building and Mill known than of any other ALSO European nation.: and next door to "Morning New! office V TRAVELLERS sad those who feel interested in V I1IES&e.V, V I

C consult tb* Doctor. Care warranted. 1''JIJIJ'11// IurpoCarpenter..' tools, Ac., .to. dee 2-tf Bay street. Savannah. JL tb* Railroad can purchase POCKET)UPS. Comer East Day and Camtorland-Sts.. -
'J (V; All letters to receive attention A deeply interesting volume entitled "TilE of the State of Florida at "AptXhecarv Hall Jaly8 C1u/. S.C tl
pest& enclosing a fee. Address Dr. W. WINES & LIQUORS. REMARKABLE ADVENTURES OF CELE- mafth3-31' T. NrMILLlC. V
MOTELS, Savannah, Goo. BUATED PERSONS," embracing the Romantic HENRY IS. W. CLAHK, V V For Sale, erIe Let.: -
if"Consulting Booms 63 street n'l Incidents and adventure in the Live of Soveroigne 'Bay Strut. V .
o. Bryan
WITH WIthout
l1 ALE PORTE* CHAMPAIGNE CIKDR &e., Le.V -dVV or Fanutvre tW well-
!sseteMonammnI Sq.. July 29-2y TIlE SUBSCRIBERS way be fun <( tat the present io the new building erected for temporary Statesmen Genera, Princes, Warriors TIlE Subscriber ha received a large and elegant Produce, Groceries. Provisions. Jt*known PRIVATE BOARDING lIOrSEoe.eupied V

.U.-- use on the site of the old stood dcstroyc' by fire. They hope to open tbe year 1853 in the large and TraveUen.dyontaren.of Voyagers, .. eminent V rtment of GOODS of different kinds,.e- 1\tfILI.ER AMcCUE.V hays received an by Mrs. Taylor. The bessel U large and
Shirts Collar and Cravat. decant rt re.corner Ocean and Bar utrt. >"ts. which I. now in eoume erection. dee 2tfnXTRA in the history Europe and America including tIered by himself, and particularly adapted to the LU. entire new stock of \ eooratodioni and lUaated on Bay rtreeA rar%
K V. JL LA.N8INOU. No 460, 462. and 461 Sketches of over fifty celebrated hernia chaiactera. want of this section of the country., He respectfully CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES opportunity It BOW offered for any on*:vbUag.to
Broadway X. Y, Manufacturer Beautifully illustrated with numerous engravings. invite a call from U* old customers and the Vat in the
CAMT STEEl, slAIVST7ELCII AND PROVISIONS. engage ,business or to
1'INK fraO
of SHIRTS, COLLARS,STOCKS X for th..ap- Wines, Liquors and Seg rs. One vol.400 pages roall2mo, cloth, : Price, public generally. Ill stock consists, in part of lyrejidcae .. the sscsre.a roway. V
: \ A GRIFFITHS, Uztra fia..tyUto.1; 23. their Ksw Store In Somers' New Block, oa Bay Apply on pnmicet,to .
ply of Gents' Furnishing Uoasc throagbont the : A CO.hare just received a esb STAPLE AND FANCY DRY'COODS,GROCERIES January 20, 18j5. tt. AA..
United State Order from of tb \'V Circular Saws of very sire, includinj; BLACKWOOD The subscriber publishes a number of most valuable street which they will'sell cheap. for cash, sad OCBTS.-
1 Saw for the Portable Saw Kills from 12 to 84 CASH ONLY. -
Pictorial Books '
wIll b and of such
ftlUd very popular V I Good Groceries 1 ,
Indies in diameter: with GaiUh ilnley at their old stand on Bay street and now offer to CR'JEnYtARE BOOTS AND They wilt keep on band aU U time
moral and influence a of
a religious that while
Having been loa engaged this business good 85hriV.o t.J. JU Howell ..
g and Cross Pitt 'and other kind*. their customers a* choke an assortment as SHOES,HATS AND CAPSFANCY HAY CORN FLOUR npUE :
Mill C.u. any PORK
..j auaafacUred for tb.largest Iloose in UM eoantry market ea.oD'er. sold the men IIL"1uful, engage in their circulation they ARTICLES MUSICAL \COY.IU3l.. earner, has on hand Ml assert
Segar by thousand INSTBCMENTS
keen ia xtensivouse
have V
Tbeso celebrated Saws i
b*ha a*doait of giving ani venal satisfaction to will confer o public benefit, and receive a fair com BUTTER CHEESE SUGARS. Burnt of CuDnyOronrior.wkitk. MU1 ttIe*
Wines the basket bottle bllr. demijohn PERFUMERY Ac .to.AU -
by or Liquor &
at the North West the last twenty-rt- years pensstion fur their labor. MOLASSES, Ao, Ac, for each. VV V
nov.ll-tf :
pirvasibpdessodqaality and an considered by competent JaJgt' UM best. or gallon,or. by tho doleD in bottles. V To men of enterprise and tact,this business of the above Quods will be sold onMV.goodterm forth Wholesale ttad.V (EDOY.V234t'V lie kM on basmit'afl th.e.-aaasseet.en.of V *

RECEIVED by Bark CABNIOLA mado.Maoufacturod. V WINES.Tho offers an opportunity for profitable,employment a* at any house to tab city. good :vklek..ke lOW at the kwefteaakprkei. V
JUST C* Patent Ground
and for sale at their stock I of CHAMPAIGN MA- Sawa.
by tbona *comprised jaly22UP4.W.CLARK..
KewYork, seldom to bo met with. V Subscribers .- .Ca toinen ;..ahrayt meet vkhaa'aeooanodatlnrxettiteaaa .. V
mlLUl SMITh PLOVZ III"bbL sod'. warehouse-No 43 Cliff-ot New York .- SHERRY CLARET PORT, to.V .. IT& Person wishing to enppIII tbeir- sale V V, CHARLES, DzWALL TUB St,,L CIRCULAR maaufactarefros SAWS from tbo best in tko porwftoM& orr. '
llereacxcc.B.Findlay two
MESS PORK V LIQUORS. will receive promptly by mail a Circular containing Inobus who kM ebargo etU..lI&6blltdUa.u.cIIa. -. ,. :
BUTTER, CHEESE and LARD. FmJUys Iron works Maoo Aeo, 014 Cognac, Otard Martel and Antonio Cnrrcan, full particulars with "Directions to persons .. "C"o-.rz01\l h..1 L are hardened,to eighty and Inches 1 IB diameter.. .Their Saws Uta. V JNOw V.PRICK
. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.boxes sal ban, where Saws for the Portable Mill can brobUlned Cognao White Brandy' Old Holland Gin and disposed to act a* Agent" together with terms on Jacksouriilgjla.V" flnwbod tempered and are ground and '.- -
CBAUBERRIES, DRIED PEACHES GIN Fairbanks Co,Jacksonville FU. Schnapps, Bourbon Monoogahela,Scotch and Irish which they will l be furnished, by addressing the by machinery designed expressly the MAGNOL1X .HOTEL :
In 111'J'I'of the
GER PRESERVES PICKLED LOBST ERS Albert Lorejoy.. Unioo Mills, Darien Geo.' Whiskey, Jamaica and Santa Cms Bum',Porter *Cubscribor postpaid. V SALES County- attnded tot purpose are, therefore,much superior to taoM ;Oa .. I
V so1iciteV In the the 8L Joluw "
ground t-
respectfully usual Rlrer
BLAKE'S FIRE-PROOF P'-. Bradley Gtlos, fcavaoaaU. V V Ale different brands sad oa draa Champaign. V ROBERT SEARS, V PntwifE manner a* they are strength :
HYDROLER CEMENT 1L llitdwL U Cider Cordials, Bittsrs, io.,Ao. 181 WIlliam Street c. KewYork., V Goods sent to' subscriber on commission either enod and stiffened by Increasing taem ia tbfekaosMregalarry V tIl'IU'.CSUCE Or CATT. O: .JYns' .
BURXTNO FLUID and a foil of Montgomery Irom Works Montgomery 41. I SEUARSthe .. VV for private auc-tfoo disposal will be quickly from the cutting act to tbotontro,ooooqaeatly P HIS If a M v HOMO;recently opened fcf tko ae V V
PAINTS, OILS and VARNISH npply, : V 9.-3. Of most al'Proncl"bralldl. 6 000 BUSUBLS WUN V4, attended to and amoaat speedily forwarded. The V do nOt-b heated or buckled, andvadoe "JL" ooanaodatioaofBoard.naadr itonfH .. .
And fat Ml by MILLER V V ,- Sabscriber bu been known m this community for a great saving la timber. V / V Ibcth d riag taa easneiag aad fatsn uOIII.a \
'..' Soour McCUES. To tbe Old Hettlera of Florida : TOBACCO.V' ,j ''2 00 BUSHELS OATS, ._ V a number of yean a* Auctioneer sad otherwise. 'TbeyalsomanufacUr* CM Steel MQ1,.Pit sad lib ttuatod Immediately s.thSCJobn'jher5 V
NewJuildwg .,1IEIERK,late rtkoG Mral Land Yellow Haft. Fine Cut, In tinfoIl, James River,- 1400 SHORTS, -BHAJT' OR :COWPEED,1lOO He offer M recommendations bat desires that inquiries' CroM Cat Saw, aad BflfetWcbs, csup.riorqeaJ. bont25 mUwtrom JadtaooviUo tndr.Aifiort, di.* VV

FOR $ALE. JULIUS aad.Pcnwoo Offleo JaaWBztoa. D. C, .Sun"" Cared sal a variety. 'of U>. choicest V brands. BUSHELS SHIP STUFF'MIDDLINGS should be made concerning himself any ity, aU el,wsIeh they ..*for ale, or they Uace from the Dwmlh of Black Creek sadjaViotttkeorablJlosstsdsadaasaZcnyfuedsp
yr 'A; WKKLY J(.gro boy about II years of win attend promptly to all data aMes tho Flori.Ara Jan.20-Iy.' ,just received and which willbt Mid nny commercial house at the place of aw retidanoa. be obtained of'tbo principal Hardwar MercbaatiJtHOBACO ibetbeV V,

jtX warraa&e4l1Oa.I sod UaltbJ7. EnamitbltOOea. .a& .d Occwp&twa Act*if 1842 NIl J848..Per. V V for cash. .V n' VV Since the Ire he bu located bit stereo Forsyth throagbottbUol.4 V Slates- and caosd.V ,*ffiIISIls.tiCSS&V rruc-- fl545 ft* -
Vlf-lm OOM who wore seUlcrs under UM t&laI Act"1842, aD40mameotall Also, the largest and richest assortment of Furniture street oa the burnt district when his Aactlon b*- thsaeteismodaLIouofsiztybesrdu and aksadj Vnnmsrous "
and bviag eompliod with tha reoulretn.nU tiur V Flattering-. \ Carpeting Sub Doors,' BU4VU4'00* lines II aura present conducted, and where bo V 29.ud 31 GoII S&reeL 'ul&.torohsvaayailad tboapelve.f,1estloittbullagaoUa.u .
:CorartocraUp 3f otlce.n .of,hart not r erred the PATEMTSfor thoiriud ; Bricklaying, Cloths rer offered In this I : VV keeps on band, on the most reasonable.Urn.' V 17' ct a.w5pp, .h will 1Da.ri TkaBaaaeiieaDtaieato
BBdcnigMd bav entered into a Copartner rpflEtDb.sdbr dlrM again"te offer JJ..em'; To our StoekoOROCERIESsaIpItOVIS70y5 ,GROCERIES AKD PROVISIONS .' thJsdt'srU.seas.ithrs tImes with&WI :V
asa hart thoa obUindor aUooded toby tao sub' JaOte and a taa Miaeral gpriag, and koatt aad n aroleptibrtkepurpoeeafgoiagUiUker.
4t d,1a, lk1"uct.icut.w. AUocUin* pre.seated for PKXSI05S: 1'e.g to bhs,7a' friends sad tb* pablio,' la thelmrformiireo wo respectfully solicit,the attention of all who are For Cad and Country Produce- fbrnr4.popVng e samilJ M .-'TkonMprie Lpn *

McQCEKS JTcDTrOSH &OU2TXT UUi, 6CUPT.fiACK PAY.tc ( J'I&ID..r Ornament*! Puttering willing to pay eaalr So order to save &. extra per JuJy8-tt._V V CHAKLES D WALL-,VV "Ia pri _" tor TWpMtfeByi&Tttat'atraagftS-aad dtfiesa l*. '.
." --a. .nAl'fC18 L WUUOY" I Prkfclsjjpr,:JUtujBryi 46.H.. win contract for I osaL Wo have bad 200 wrought Iron Plough V ibe &IDOU'fJ aw WI tbr. &". V
OB the most roixniiUa a.,.. ;Nlop oraAjom a|the Kajanan Eowe ta.5* .
; -ZAckBtsTlllO.1.I'.1U-&t, 1Ur&iDsea.flomLVLZwra brkk work and plastering of baluingi entire upon consigned to a*, which'wo are offering at pricescorresponding .A.B"'RBBE. V < JfflrYork.AprBalil85t._ : _, ', Uror aiBiD iaBdaiM sued bbe aa'etiportulty .
rtasonabl Ie ems and piedgw himself to DIe dW. with tae time- : V ,. .
V V .
ol..YOtIIIe thatattsaicst
*.- ; Far CAM U.B.8 ator.; patch,in tb* secution all work ntnuted to hit Jan$0 ', .g T ,FLORIDA-H0CSK. ". I I. oaBterirkkk it ;
Welt.FJa ." 'JAtaC.Orza V .VV ; 'Shop en corner Lot QfPortyt\iMdt&triy-iU.) will'at. /\1aeeIr sad Ik* kto vperiatendeat IS :
...* '.T.A l Jen "IUG, omm'tG.n'1 Lu40t1 V ViS sera.VVV V V V for Sale .IirlLL dlapateh a1fjollt*wotbaaalika. maD ( Tb* .Nw-'aid'. CcnuaaUoMtDweKn oa ,much pleaiart to manifat. V ;..rV .
a Tb*. tteamcr .$SEMINOLE Addr.aPe4J'sJd .'. II. hardly think ft necessary so-gi'*thou t* V V% r V VV. ,p '.p'IIJ. Ih41. e : Bnwgntoa If--"of tb.Hanfcaa&Bs. *; .' ''JaJ7.f V -. V : 'J. AvSDSDKBtEf.
'f IVnfcr d?Pfu Ifl proceed Cap V ,JL'UCgoctlS V E.MzIzR VVV V : vaootb known ury acsuranoe u to (b* quality SUBSCEIBERoffer, lalo 1000'- : '10., '. _. _.- f. lI it now open tot tb*reception Boarders. FamlOn a VV : VV
".da i4a7 oanthn to make rcgalar ofblwrlfi, aiath*Ur* pectb Q heretofore J. acre Pine andJammock IJ4Vbe At- 3Cachoa ; wttibf ndU! of roota*can b*Bteaually UMOKjocdaUd GAADVBin.C.fs..S. V
V ; trips totiM J. iver/ :other Wednesday tn VVV V WvUttfitm, D. a.GEORGB given U>bU patron Ih*most perfect satidkctkm.U county; which wfll be told at a bargan,toreah I:. : ; ;-.B .iM.--Pearson V -, V \7 ,A 'TBZZKP.adSIIfl ofQA3D5DS V

w tatil Cutbarnotica: I It Vtt CALL it.ny,Ap t,_daring ay I rwpectfaUy toli aieatwal of the'patronag If appuad>u oo. '-Any In/oruuUJoa ua. lit ttT.rO.R.N tY. AT .t.tw: :' Cy A iw njort dagI* f Btl men eaa' also .'n *Uirm iodgwS.a dof theeroyef 1854 V

plf to frosatbiaCity.V. V *of bk hBow. kiMa*. JOH5. IT"., V hsdbyeddrseeingm.MPaIatk*; -. .t..f 'l,m &.' 'V MIkt, .,.J.XcXttn.8aIIII ,. fog sail at"4KaD.. "! V V -
; c.OV. i llf _If, mto If!.fZQ.AJma :" ,;- 4.b-tt' Jj.A1tO. V l&ebon..1f."&_ \ _J.l" oJ .1-3 TXeNflW5,

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