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

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I From Jasper, bv Hnntingburg Dale, Tille, Lexington and to Charleston. White ,. "
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Gentrj-riUe i and Oakland to Roc -- From Marion' br Oak' Woods Wafaa Frum r yaolds'byAI; ticefio. tofJ1,;- Comers and Hunter;'to Beloit, Arrscoosm. From Independence tactic.by,to Stenben.. La.. FromNMhvilkby Saasafrsa udV'i.i5' "- I
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tl* OFTBKUNITED N..bIoeI Alexander. Court DOOM,fleeter,Putt Res.v.rySsint 'F 'Bi..i. '';.ri Fto' i1e".b1Soadz1torth NGtht .:
., STATES. From Jeffersonville, Hamburg. Vienna Henrj,Mana Stein,and Chkkasavr to New" lla ntCIW1l.. to New Ctede. i From Fairfirfd,by JfarUn's 'Gfovi' : ,..i Den""Poiat Jn>n Lacoa.; ty,Shane's Point. >' "aa4 Bo- ,Detsrfleld jad JBoOaU;t*> W. -t I.

tatted at tAi 5firtt eon,VAICA vat be- Newry. Seymour, Rockford, JonesvUleWaynesville Bremen. ,From Richmond by Chester. New. .Garden Enterprise, to MarsvillelFnnn From Lacon to Wee nna Statlon.Frornto Noysvole,by Provboj' 'Tork- B.ntre -; .
Wailesboro and Columbus to From Marion to Montpelkr. and Lynn.to Winchester., Fsrmingtlni Unkmtown, Her- Bonaparte Warrearille. aad Bit? ':
Cm ttMdkdd at Ike City oflfatktugton, Harpe to BlandinsviOe. ,.tiaJe t
;,. Edinbu From Marion,bj Pffice and. Mount. Etna, Richmond "by Dover 'Webster mon lon Berwick Ellison and Al- WoodatoAurot. ll 2 :
t in tie District of Columbia,on Monday, fron' ; Abing ,. From La'br Todd ,Mills Gal "', t.
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S tJu&a day of December.1853.and ended From From Con Kirk's eltoD to Anderson. to Hcmtington. Williamsbnrg and Economy Bloouts-- ena.to Happens Mills. ._s,- ';' loway, Reading, Long, Point, aad $uok'; From Nanvoo, by Indianch, 'PontaoaiaK. -.:
Monday tke 1th day of 4ugut, CroMTRoads by Frankfort From Marion bjr AmeriCa toLagto. Tille. From Farmington, by MiddtiT Grove; creek; to Poatiac.. Dallas City Shokrken. .HarperV Jtfilte. ,.-
1 5o Kilmore, Rossville and Prince William, to Frum Marion to San Jacinto. From Richmond, by Abinrfon ..Clifton.BrownsTille Troy)Mills St.Augustine. Greenbosh Roseville From LaSeRs, by Arlington, LamoQUu Oonaka, Kntaaburc .aad, New Boston to ,,." :*':: '.
FaisrLiK PmcE President. DAVID Delphi. From Marion' bj Walnut creek_ ,-, Black. Liberty, Donlapsrillk. and New Lancaster, Ellisonville.,.Alena.. May' .El!, Bmghamptoo .Shelburne, :and iriilenb vw / .Tf*. Z. :_"
R.ATCHIKSOX,President of the Senatepro From Kirk's Cross Roads. by Roxley ford.From '- Fairfield.to; Brookville. -' and flapper's Mills, to Burlington}Otl'L Amboy,to Dixon. FWiwThlzerqenI '. .'- 'II
Lisv BoYD,Speaker of the House and Cicero, to Strawton. Martinsrille. by White River,Go.- From Charleston, by' Hermitage Bourbon From Fredericksville, by'Browning.'and .I'aomLsocasterT.n.iing. by Timber" JohnsonV.irillv xartiaaville.. ;-'sa ..-
trmpore..f Represmtatives. From Knightstewn by Carthage, Mor port, Spencer, Freedom Paint Commerce and Monticello. to Clinton. Shelden Grove, to Astoria. BniMWH-k-, Farmington, French creek. El- .From New,Haven to Bentoa., o >&& ; i
ristown and Freeport. to Shelbyville. Worthingtan Fairplaj, Bloomfield New From Charleston by St. Omer, Oakland From Fft port. by Kisk's Grove.Yellow more ttletonvflle..Victoria Walnut Grove, From Olney.to-t.-Karie. i S -I f Sc '1-
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S (In ContinuationGreeatarn ) From Knigntstown.bv Spiceland.Greensboro berry, Owl Prairie and Bogard, to Washington Bushy Eork,and" Upper Embarrass. -to'Urbanna. Creek. Hazzlewood, Kent, Ward's. Grove; Bishop Hill,and Red Oat_to Cambridge. From OqQ&" by Keilhsbarr- New, .. _'. !.t".
Jerome,and Slash to Marion. Cadiz Mcchanicsburg and Oriel to Islaad. "
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and Plum River,to Derinda. From Lacon to Toulon., Boston and Millersbure to Rock' ,
From Delphi to Pittabu Anderson. Frum Martinsfille to Moo"iIJe.Frum' From Charleston by ArnoStation Fuller's Frum Freeport. by Rock"River, Howard, Trom ,Lanrenceville,, by.Petty'e String- From'Orrgon,. by Mount Morris Ada- -
From Dublin, by New Lisbon and Duo From Knox to River. MtrtinsTilIe, b/ Centrerille to Point and Sullivan to Decatur. and Harrison to ROckton. .' town. Sic Marie, Newtown and.Rose"Hill, and Crane's Grove to FrerporC : & .
to New Castle. From Laconia by Elizabeth. Coryden, 3I<*resviHe, in Morgan county. From Charleston by Long Point, to Ten- From Freeport' by Cedarville Boena to G 1ftInIp. Irvin Oregonby Pbuns Point andWhl&r.', ..
From Elixabethtown. Ohio, by Harrison New Salisbury Bradford, Greenville Mt. From Mauckport by Cri p'.Cross RoadCorJ.dtn Upolis.. '1Sta. McCon lI8TiUe. and Oneca to Mon From -, ,by Old Farm Flat Koch, to landenwood. :,':V I"I"line
Indiana. Dremersborg,Philanthropy Ohio Eden Cnurch and Martinsbnrg to Pekin.From White Cottage and Hancock to II From Charleston, by Sullivan, to Deca- roe. Wisconsin, and back, by Cadez, Wins- Rock and New Hebron to Robinson From'Ottawa, by Prairie! Centre.,, OpMr? ,.
1 Mixerrille,Indiana Contreras College Cornet Lafayette by Americns Delphi, Fredericksburg. tur. law Illinois.and Wadham's Grove_to',Free-, From Lena by Howardsvnie Granri1e.Mal1TiDe Ind No Grove,to Mendota. VFronr ::.-'q'. :
Ohio Goodwm'a Otore, .to Beechy and Lockport to Logansport. Frum Mauckport by Laconia, Elizabeth, From Charleston, by Olny, New Massi- port. Mount Summer and.Thatcher;to Ottawa,> .
)1ire Inds- From Lafayette by Roesville Steam Caryden New liaburj-. Bradford Green- Ion A.lbion, and Grayville,;.to New Harmony. From Freeport, br.Dror. Lena and ,Nora Baltimore viUe Ashbory, 1DaytoaSertfod'j J
Tna Uizbethtowubj BurnniDc,Rock Mills Middle Fork, Bnssiaville. Richards- Title, and Martinsburg to Salem. Indiana. to White_Oak Springs. Wis. From Lewistown. byCnba. Fialt, EIu-1 .FromOUa.L I :
creek aDd SardUlia to"estPoinL TiDe New London, and Alto,. to Kokomo. From )Mattemora by :tlp'. Hill to ,From Chittenden, by Little Muddy. and From Freeport, by Mill Grove,. Yellow .ville... and. Troy MillS to St. Augustine, Newaiki>Pavillioo,llanafierd,'BrUto O*? : ,< ..
From Elkbar1 bJ' Dango &ad Mount From Lafayette, by Independence, Wil- Blarksburg. Osage to Fredonia. creek, Hardwood, Kent's, Ward's.Grove From Leyden Centre. brMainviDe; Elk weeo'and. Montgomery,'to Auroral*. '''_- '. a
Olive, to Lock. liamsport, Raines ville,and Oxford to Iri- From Mount Vernon, by Thamas Mills From Chatham, by Lick creek Waveriy. Plum River,or Durinda,-to Galena. Grove,Plum, Palatine aDd Shaomburg. :1k'rooiOttawa.by BroodWacal "I'. !.: J.;.
From Ediaburg by Smithlaad Shelby. quois, (Illinois.) )farah '. Landing, on the West Bank of Locust Spring. Cummington, and Hoover's From Freeport by .:'Jackson, .Cberr Bam tun. -_ IncLamm13 Wuiningtoit; > .
viDe, Manilla and Swenehait to Rushville. From Laurel, by Stip' mil.to Clarks the Great Wa.hub and New Haven, Illinois Point to Carlim-iOe. Grove,and Mount Carroll to Savannah. '<' Lisbon,by Ohio Farm to As. Sa. From Oquawka to BurUnrtoa,lowaif) .; :- r
From Edinburgh by Nineveh, Uen&ley, burg. ,'to Raleigh. 'From Chester by SteVles*- Mills Sparta, From Fulton, by B nla, Union Grove, ,brom. -t .' From Panola Station,,by Ment>amra,..tojrSpringBay. : '
and Morgantowa. to Martiasville. From Lawrenceburg by Aurora, Rising Frwm Michigan City by'Watcrford and Elkhorn, Nashville, Richview, Walnut Hill, and Empire to Sterling. From Louisville Mavsrille. --"", : ." ..
From Evansville to West Fradklin. Sun, Grant' creek. Patriot. Florence, Log Laporte, to Byron. and Mount Zion, to Salem. From Fort Wayne,ladiana, by Rochester Frum Louisville, by'Larkinsbnrg,lImbo :From Palestine by. Robinson, EktoayT?' ;,,: : !,-
f; From Evansville by Sandersville. War- Lick, Vivay, Moorefield, Home, and Buena From Middleton, by Rich Woods. to From Chester by Jones''.Murphy Renss laer, I Lacon Illinois, Toolon. ry Creek,.and Four Mile Prairie toVandaGa Den Air and Hazclden to Greeaun.From "k' .' : l i
i renton .Princeton, Patoka,and Dock- Vista, to Madison. Muncictown. boro, Urbane, Toledo, Jonesboro,and Uni New Boston,--Toolsboro Iowa, Wapelle, Paris-tO Goshen. ; \ .- iS ? i\
er's Ferry to \. From Lawrenceburg by Aurora Wil. From Middletown by Hufftown Harri ty. to Cairo. Washington, Oskaloosa. Indianola, '.an< From Lyons,by Brush Hill,to'Downer's S,From' Pekia by Tmaoat, J ackeaavV;, ., -..' t
J From Lvansville,by NewburgLee, Boon- m LDgton. Moore's HIll Otter Village, But- son. and New Corner, to Wheeling. From Chester, by Kaskaskia. Prairie de Wintcrset, to Grove. toa\.GIOf. and Wilksboro, ,ta I om-y.:.F'! < if
ville and Midway,to Rockport.FIOOI terville Nernou, Six Mile Valley Town From Middleburg to Vistala. Roche, Watcrton, and Columbia 'to' St. From Coonciltiu1t ,_ Dernida From Jonesboro by' Cane's Store, andand bgton. -": ..,.: '- ,.-
Eransville. by Parker's Settlement Brownstown Laurencefort, Washington, i From Milton to Cambridge. Lonis. and Lath's Store, to,York.' FromPeklnbySpringleehtaAva:4::4
S and Blairville to New Harmony. and Berryville. to neennel. I From Morristown by Mioilla. and Cyn- From Clinton, by Wayesvilleto Atlanta. From GaLna, 'by Hanova., Portsmouth From Macoinb, bg- Drowning Fork;Virgil ? ,--" '. q .
1 From Evansville, by West Franklin, to From La. oceburt. by Wilmington thiana. to Middletown. From Clinton, by Waynesville New Cas Savannah, Argo BIuff' &lIe, Fulton Albany. EllUville, and Fair View,, to Farming- From Pekia, by DiHoa aad AnainjtoaiV- :,:-::: .;.
Mount Veraon.From Dellsborough, Hart's Mills. Cross Plains i From Monrovia by West Salem, Mill tle. Eminence, and Big Prairie to Delavan. Cordova Port Byron, ,and Hampton to ton' toMowttliop.. .. : j.. ,.?_..'
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Evansville by St. Wendell's, to ''ilIe, Canaan and Miliard, to Mad- Grove,Cataract, and Poland, to Bowling From Clyde to Union Grove in White- Muline. From Macomb, by John8onTable, Grove, From Pekia,by DiHon, Armiajtoaaad -- '. .t ..,j.
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Cinthiaaa, ison.From Green. sides county. From Galena by South Hollow., to .Dun [and] Bernad4rtter to Lewstown. Mount'Hope.to Wayaetville. ..P:1t."v ;. ;
From Fairmont to Jerome. Lawrencebnrg, by Wilmington, I From Montpelier to Blufton. From Columbus by Houston Elm Grove leith. From Macombj by Drowning Fork,Avon, From Pekin, .by CirdrriJle Debraa.% :- .J ?;:
From Flint to Orland, in Steuben Coun- Hartford, Conpersville Aberdeen AUens-i From Montezcma to H Huntsville, and Brooklyn to Doddsville.. From Galesburgb, by Haw creek, MaUniontown St. AugostuK Warrenton. and. Abingdon. From Pekia, by Kmjston Jiiaea sn&J J y'
*!. nile, Jacksonvdle and Mount Steriing to' From Montezuma by Anapolis,Bethany, From Cottage Hilt by Addison and qoan, and Middle Grove, to toGalesburg,; Timber to Canton, -- .i t .
From Florence to Warsaw. Vevay. i RussellTille and Parkersburg, to Ladaga. Bloomingdale, to Ringgold. Fannmgton.Frum From Macomb by Bunsville, Swan From Peora. :by Washington n&'Er.5 .... .' t!,
From Fort Wayne, by Ell River. Cnurubosco. From Lawrencebnrg, by Guilford, York- i From Muoticello by\" &Onouda- From Clermont by String and St. Galesborg,' by, Gnnate, Ionia, Creek, RoaeviUe. Monmojtb Spring Grove. ka. to'Ktppa.FromPeorii. W\.. .:. j .
.Green. Wolf Lake Barr Oak Noble vine, New Alsace, Herman and Way, to go and North Liberty to South Bend. Mary's, to Newtown. ; i Utah Ijlle burr. $erdinand., and Drury, North Henderson CreekJarWs. i bytt3eDeSprin :: :U
Albion Uganier,Benton and Goaben, to Aldeaborg. I From Monucello to Oxford. From Chili by Northfield" and Kocsuth, I toMnscatine, Grove,. Preemption Put: t Ridge; and,.i Bay Patridge Creek. and'CroirCBeek. ,-. | "'. ,
Hkbart. From Leavenworthby FredoniaNebras-, From Monticello to Lafkrette. to Warsaw. From GaletbnrjE, by Centre Point, Hen Cam to Rock Island. Laeoa. J'' ." '
From Fort Wayne by Rochester, Rena- ka. Leopold.Derby Rome Camellton.Troy, Frum Moare's Hill ,by'Stringtown, to From Carrollton, by White* Hill Breeze' derson Ontario Heath Land,'Andover,.and From "Marengo by Ktey,'Key Genoa. :.. From Peoria by Pa7tCO.YaltT-: :, .
aeUer, Lacon. Lacon. IlL Toulon, New AndersonRiver ndNewHope, to Rockport. Versailles. and Glasgow, to Winchester.. )orr.stoWll to Green River. Sycamore, Da Kalb, Centre,Lost Grove, Enisvflle. Macomb C&rthageCilt.aiflfe4.:- ;' 11; ,
Boston Toalsboro, Wapello. Washington, From Leaven worth, by Magnolia Sterling From Iunci toW, by Sharon Albany, FroniCamJltonby Apple creek.BronseV From (Gnesburg to < ..-', Swan Grove,'Squaw Grove,'and Sotnonaok. don."to Quincy..- -- -15J j
Otkalonea Indianola, and ,.m net to ,and Worth to Jasper. Fairview, Halt Way.Mount Pleasant, Jay Bedford. Montezuma, MiHo-t, and Lima, to .From Galesbnrgby Victoria, Lafayette, io Buck Branch.'on-the Aurura, Extension. From Peona,by Wesley Citato Gmva v Vc 1 fti
Cbunc3 Bluff, Iowa. From Lexington New.rankfurd,and Court Rouse Bear \reek New Carydon Pittsfield. Toulon, Elmira,OtciobC TkkilwaV Railroad[ .- land. ',. . : : _,,, ; ---.- \ liI
From Fort Wayne, by Perry, Butler, Alpha. to Pana. andikrI's Cfuskkto Wilshire.' From Carrollton by Pioneer Blnffdale, From GaIe5borx to'BurJingtoa.-lo"L V from sirengty by Romeo, Dunham Big From Peoria,by.WashingtoUyUataawfarr.:
Auburn De Kalb, Hamilton Steubenville Feign Le anon by ElizavHle. to Kirk's Frum Muncietown" by Smithfield, Wind 9imvlr' eti iMr, Pleasant HaiL Atlas. From Golconda byBig"Bay CityloNewLibertyr FuGt.and.Wai worth, Wia, to Darien&rum Low Point. Washhurn,. Crow Meadow :,,. 1
AngolaCrooked creek Kimlerhook,(Michigaaj Cnws Roads. sor, Macksrille Winchester, Bartania. and Rockvort, and Pleasant Vale to Kinder- "" '- *> xaraUHrbf.jiargar Uarand Weat- MagnoCa. Mount Palatine. PomtRepubfiev)If :
and Ovid to Old Water. From Lebanon by Jamestown to Dan Darke, to GrsnTille. hook. From Golconda by J. R. Pott's, to field to Charleston. Lowell, Tanica Station and Deer Parity tot'J il 1 ;
From Fort Wayne, by 1'errSwan, ville. From Muncietown by Jery'a Courthouse From Carrollton, by Letchtrville, Greenfield Brooklyn. Frota Marshall, by Fincastle to Grand Ottawa.
AviUa Lisbon Kendallvillc Marseilles. From Liberty by Clifton, Abi OD.Cesa- and New Coryden to Wilshire. O. Fayette, and Chesterfield to Carlin- Frum Golconda., by Bolton, and Sarahs- View.' From Peoria, by CiaHcothe, 1.acnint,
South Milford Mount Pugah Mongoquinaong :' and Bloomingport. to Winchester. Fran Muncietown, by Pleasant Wood. ville. vine to Marion. From ) Marshall br.Sarabuzy. Campbell Henry, Hennepin Floridand Gnadrille '.
Ontaro, and Lima to Sturge's Michigan From Lima to Stnrges, Michigan. Alexandria and New Lancaster to Tipton. From Chicago by Jefferson and Maine, From Golconda by Rock and Broad Oak, and Springville.! to Shelb;T1lJ to & Station Illinois, Cental Bail-I .. JI
From Linden, by Locust Grove New Frum Muncie by Grannlle, Blackford, to West WheeLng. to Vienna. From McLeansboro. by Fight's Prairie, road. 4.'.; '
From Fort Wayne,by St. Joseph'. Harka Richmond Sugar Grove and Shawnee Hontpelicr, Bluffton OrionW, to Fort From Chicago, by Bridgeport Brighton, From Grayville, by Albion. Parker's.Pairriew Hill, and Webb's Piairie. to Benton. Firm Peoria, byMontoa-aadPaiv:
aad HalTs Corners, to Uicksvdle. Mound. to Shawnee Prairie. Wayne. Summit, Willow Springs, and Des Plains Olney,Newton and Greemip,. to From jicLeansboro to Liberty.' Concord. zxt * From Fort Wayne by Pou-Lkeepsie, From Logansport by Amsterdam. Bur From Nashville by Bean, Blossom and to; Lamonte. Charleston. From McLeanaboro, by Keeaville,. and From Peoria,.by Mount HaWIeT';,Sbutt- t.i I
Peeble. Decatur Canuper. Limber Lost nett's creek Monticello. Maneu Catbcort Mount Slorian, Edinburg. From Chicago, by Mankegan, Kenosha From Greenup, by SpringvSHe, to Re- Bell Prairie. Hickory. ampton, Wyoming; Toulon, TTeanwraneU<* ..;
Bear creek,Joy Court House, Bluff Point White Pod, Pleasant Grove Rennsslaer, From New Albany, by Bennettsrille, N. and Ilacmr, to Milwankie,Wis. Hiblican. From McLeaiMboro to xarion. Barnes Genessee,JAaroa ,Eria/aad Kings-i '
sAd Dcerfield, to Winchester. and Brook to Iraquois (Illinois.) Providence Pekin, Hamstown. Salem From Chicago. by Jefferson. SUes, West From Greenup, by Paradise, ,to Cuch- Frum JicLeansboro, by. Rector to Equality -i bor to Fultonl ? 4 .:1
from Fort Wayne by Warring and From Logansport by Me tea. Fulton Rochester JauiputlUburgIxip6ic Orltrans. Woodland Northfield. Wheeling Ualfday. Liberty- .'* Grove. I From Peoria, by FarmingtouFairylew' "
Troy Settlement, to Liberty Mill, in Wabash S.dney, Plymouth Fainnount.Lakeville. Juliet. Bedford, Uarrod>burg Bliuingtun, ville. Warrenton. Waukegan. Wilmingt, From Grrennp, by Cedran and Campbell From Maulding's Mills,by Hopkins Grove, EQisvkBc, Macomb, Argjle, and'CaruagSj,
County. South Bend, Notre Dame and Cr..furdit'ille Lafayette. Battle Ground Otsego. KenUibfis., Racine, and Oak to l. ." Da"'.Store, and William. L. Untt a'. to to Warsaw." S ***'* -. ,
From Fort W'. by Zanosvflle, Mar- Bertrand to Niles. Brookston Reynolds, and River, to Michigan creek, to:mwauk From Havana by Quiver. FJot HilL Be 1tOO. From PernJnr Troy'Grove, >t .
'lIe Warrra, and Green bosh to Marion. From '. Station, by BowdUhe's City. From Chicago, by Lyons, Lyonsville Long Point and Allen's Gruv,'tu Delavan. From Meudota.by Princeton and WeathMeodotte. -. Grove Cot uaTille BusheS Pointand Lar;
from Mills and Brighton to Montgomery. From New Albany by Georgetown.Xew Jin. Plainfied. J Ilennepin Flor'ia CaloduiiuO' to Galesbu Btlvidere. 4
: Fort Wayne, by New Haven. Antwerp Cass, Littlecask, Long rom by en1dJ : ev..- to *-
,,Ohio, Junction, Defiance, Milldale From Logansport. by Spring Creek, i Salisbury, Barren Mill town, Mareugo, Plattville, Lisbon. Ualdennan's Grove and Bow, and .Mognolia.. to Wenona Sta- From by Troy Grove, Ovid, From Pitts&eld to Ne4ondon3riasourLaFrom
Florida. Napoleon. Durand. Texas. Pruvi- Twelve Mile, Perrysburj Gilead, Niconga, Mount Prospect Wkkliif; Ditney, Hill.and Norway, to Ottawa tion. Lee Centre; Franklin Gru e,TaIlur, Days- PittsSdJ by Se"tW& .j
dence,'Wakrvelle and Mamuuee City, to and Lak t<. to North Mancb<:ter. Cd''l tine. to Ja pt-r. From Chicago by Worth, Makena. New From Hickory Hill, by Keeneville and ille, Lev, FiU Henry ti1I.-aterJ and Kuhrakie. and Rockford to Louisiana. is ..
Toledo. From Lug by Lewisburg, Peru, From New Albany, by Knob Creek and Lenox,Joliet, Sandy 5Ridpe. Morris, Marseilles Bell Prairie, to Mount.'Learn bare. to Rockfurd. From Pittsfield to CarroDton .
From Fort Wayne, by nailer's Corners Wabasb Huntington, Mahon, Koanoke rhomas Strong's, to Elizabeth. Ottawa, Utica, La Salle, Peru, T' k- From Henry, by Lone Tree and Urispe Fn.iu xendota, by Perkins Grove, La From Pittsfield by Griggsville, Pem'.
Caurnbnsco. ferrieD, Wolf Lake, Noble and Abaite. to Fort Wayne From New Albany,by Bridgeport,Elizabeth ilwa Sheffield Gennesse. and Malme, to to Fiskilma. malE ,and.Djver, to Pnucetan. and Chambersburg, to VerBai t.
; Albion Legonier, and Benton to Goshen. From Loganiiport, by Blue Grass Kewa- and Laconia toManckport. Ruck; Island. From Hick's Mills De Kalb County, t<> imunduta.-by. Troy Grove to Dim- From Pittanekl, by )xattznahug-t
\; Frwm Fort Wayne.;Taw Taw, and Cues- na, and Aubtananblee, to Yellow River From New Albany, by LaD ville.to Co- From Chicago, by Noysville,Callage Hill Cherry Valley Winiiebago CoonU- mick. Pleasant Hill,to Clarksville a s.zvs't
. ee,te vThitly'Court House. Frum Logansport. by Cornucopia to rydon. Jabcock' Grove. Danby. Wheaton, Win- Frum Ilillrtboro by \Vooddboro, Mount From Metropolis,City by Brooklyn. to From Fittaneld by Meken vta,ilona.> j
From Fort Wayne, by Cedar Leo., Spen- Camden. From Richmond, by Darer, Webster, field Junction Wajne, Clintonville, Elgin Kingston,Stanton, Bunker) Hill' ,and Wood-. 'aducah.Ky. m. ----.a- : '
t' eerrille Newville and Panama, Ohio, to From Logansport, br Kerwaaa and Bar- fcVilliainsbunj. Economy, BLMiutst, and Rutland. Iluntley's'Gnive, Union,Marengo. borne, to Shipntan. .: Fn m Marengo by Delavan Win, to From Plainfield by NsaoseytoOrxeze.1, t
St. Joseph'a.Yivmkurt. ber's, to Laport. New Burlington. to Munsey. Garden, Praine, Belridere! Cherry Valley, From HutsonviIIe,.by' Annapolis, to lIe!! Wiiite Water. From Pulaaki by Plan Grova, itM. I
". Wayne by Ossean, to Bluff- From Logans port by Royal Centre, and From New Castle by Dan Webster, Rockford Pecatonica, Freeport, Eleroy, Air. .j Fn m Middleport by Wool.,Quitman,and Walker's Neck Buck Born. ''and'W : j. .
Two Mile Praine, to Winaniace. Ashland RogersTille, and ural, to .MuuoetowD. Lena Lunisa Nora, Warren, Scales)Mound From HntsonvUle to Elkton.From Uttkr to Urbana. Oak Springs to Perry ..K
ton.From Frankfort by Berlin, and TeUrs- From Logansnurt, by Amsterdam, Bar- Council Hill, Galena,Menominee and Duneith. Holy, 'by Illinois_ City Coppercreek From MidJleport by Milford,Bi." North from Quincy to Palmyra Mof -:- J
burg Tipton. nett's creek and MouUcello, to Reynolds. From New Castle, by Snipbcr Springs to Dubeque. ,and Eliza to New Boston. Forte and Myert Mills, to Danville. ;From Qnlary, by Uraa Mareauttr"LoaisX
From Frankfort, by Rei's Mills.Lebanon From Logausport by Berrybbnrg.Gilead Middletown U Chesteriield. From Chicago by BatanAurora. Oswego From Jacksonville*by New.Bethel Ben From Middleport, by (.. Oxford Rocky Run, Warsaw,yi'Hsmiltftfr. MKeoknkjlowa. -* 44
S aad Jamestown to DanviUe. Laketon, Mancbeeter, Millenbnrg Liberty From Nobleiville by Ckerotown and Bristol Plana Samonoc Depot,Earl- H.Page's, A. U. Calvin's,' Samuel B. Uod- ford, Brigham's Grove, and xontmoreocyj; .- Afe* ***?*'*:
>. .From Franklin by Trafalgar, and Morgantown Mills, =.Columbia.Pampano Cold Shieldsrille to Tipton. yule,)Mendota La Salle, Tonic; Wenon ges.'snd TorkeJ.tu1fn, to Peter Wagnun's- to Lafayette, Irdiaoa. From Qmncy, by Paysoa,and Jtiehfteld,* .- 't'
. :i to Martinsville Spring, Wolf Lake, and Port Mitchell to .From ,Norristown by Manilly, and Cin- Minank Pinalo Kappa Hudson, Bloomington. From Jacksonville by&ndy. Mandies From IIkLUePOrt to the Dearest Poet to Barry. '

lj i Frow Frsntrtn,iy Far_West, Mooresvux --Albion. ... ._ .. th& tu Middletowu. Waprllak Clinton, Maroa Decatur, ter, White CarrolltoiyKane, Jersey- ,Office,on the Uunois'Central RailnwL from :Qttincy,, by Mend
2Ioarovn aDd Laesvue, to bpringtowm. *-rom ixMiisviiie, \Ky. by FortUntUnew" From New Garden, by Whitewater, Be- ilacon. Moadwequa..Tacn&hab Pena Tem- idle, Delhi, and Godfrey,_to.Alton. ; From aMine, by,Brooklyn Green river Chili Rough and Readv, Carte'Wtb-, i ,.'
- Albany, Indiana, >lo)d. Knobs Gums the, Kepaulican, partansbnrg German and orah, Uconee,Vandalia.: Paloka Sandoval, From JackaI.nTilIe.bllD& UreeK, unrald 'euny's Ferry. Sharon. Sprin Hill. Port- ster Fountain Greeo Friendship aDd' f -
Faom Freeportbp :Nkbolaa Kerns, and Greenville Palmyra, Fredericksbnrg rampco. to Grantille. Centrali Richview, Dubois, Duqnoin. De- Point. RushaW'en.and- aDd Propbetstown and ('t'alema, to'Ixoi gyle to Macomb. :: '.. 5'.
L L.; J. Ben .'.to Pleasant View. diDlbu Chamberaburg. Paoli, Pleasant From Newton by Showneo, Prairie Independence iota, Mv *"'1*, Joneiboro and Ullin, to S..edWater, to Middletown.-* From Moline .by Hampton Port' Bryon From Qniney, by CoIamhu&c.t
L From Geatnrvtlle to Ferdinand. I Valley, Mount Pleasant Washington Zan- and Nine Village to Oxford. / FromjacksonailebJArCOdie- to"Beards-- Erie, Lynden Coma, Sterling, and Gap Clayton,. Mount Sterling, Versailles" and '
From Goahea, Middkbnry, to White: villa and Berr)'sville, to Vincennes. From Ogden by Spiceland, to Green- From Chicago, by Ridgeville, New Frier, own. Grove to Dixon. Meredaaivto Jacksonville.' -* & ,
From Lafayette by Poolsville Independence x>ru. Port Clinton and Oak Hill to Waukepan. From'Jacksonville by Franklin Waver- From Makena by Chelsea Green Gar- From Quincy, by Burton, Liberty; raiJl
*ram Goshen. by New Paris, and Locke WiUianuport, and Rainsnlle to Ox From Orkanc to Paoli. From Chicago by Thornton Station IltSpriDg, Cummington and Hoo- den, WallingsfordPleroeBluuavilleBour. weatberBeverIyzaont.New5SaleJI. .
Plymouth. ': ford. From Otteredage, by Zenas and Brew- Rich, Man Manteno. Kaukakee Depot, er'a.Jfotnt;to, ,Carlinville. bauais, to Kankakee Depot. from and GrignvOle,to Naples *' -
From Greencastle; *7 Grabb's MHI's From Lafayette, by COT DgtoI1 Terre ersnlle. to Scipta Ashknm Onargo Loda Pen Kantoul t, From JefTerson by Lej' den.:centre .aDdLe From Monmunthby Dunar,Little York Raleigh byGriswold,to McLeans-*
Portland MiflaBdmore Rockwell andbtaa lannte[ ,Point Commerce, Bloumneid Newburg From Owen rille to Mount CarmeL Lanna. Pesatuui, \, Arno, Oakaw,We- to Sasenel and Pope's M.lls, to New,B..ton. boro. "' ia3
SI to MootetuBsa.. and Petersburg to !vanv>Ue. From Oxford by Catalpa Grove [and) bunks, Edgwood. Finns TanG, and Odin, From: Jerwyville. by JaUpa Letclieridle From Monmouth by Grove Farm and from Raleigh by Bankston.J3&9& -
From.GrenKMtle.: Eherle Bainbridge From Lafayette Attica Poland Cov Carpenter's erek. to lleiu>slaer. to Centralia. ,Greenfield Atbensville- and Scottsille Olena, to Hopper's Milla. *. dence,and Somerset Eliiabetntownw, :
5ew MaysviDe,and N ftb Soletn to Jamestawa. ington. Lodirille, Montezuma and Nuns, From Paoli Prospect, to Natches. From Chicago,' by' Geneva Blackberry, to Franklin. From Mokena, by Uadley Goodrng. From Raleigh, ,by H. ,G arneyarWvN r
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to Terre Haute.. Frum Paoli, by French Lick Davis creek, De Kalb Centre Jefferson Grove. Lane, Frum Jeyseyville .by Otter Creek, toGralt Grove.Patoa [and] Orland, to Mokena Mitchen's, and'. SauaderX'to.' %
FrMB GreeocaMle 1.,Bruaaerstowa'and From Cafayette, by Monticello, Wina- udlow, LIIayrille Jasper, Ireland, White iixou, Stei ling, Como, Union Grove Fulton n. From Mount Cannel by New. Hope,Albion .- from Ruey, McHenry coonty,to Cieanav> -
MaaaSekLtoBockviOe.From mae North Bend and Plotnuuth, Niles Oak Grove, and Delectable Hill to PetersMirg. Lyons, Iowa,and Tipton to Iowa City. From 'Jerwyville, by Jersey Landing, ,and Wabaah, Fairtkld. From'j.bnaouby Obloog, and..WRifl,1as.wtca.
Gteeiwaatleby i Rosmenville,Wavebai. Michigan!. From Danville by Pilot Uigginstille, and Portage. Des Sioux, to St.Charles.Mo. From xount Carmel Princeton Indiana -- 'i.- 'i
.act Jaeksanvtne to Coviagten.Frota From Lafayette bv Dayton Wyandotte. From Haoli,by Vallcne, Varengo, Pilot Ten Mile Grove, Oliver Grove and' Avo- From Jobtrt, by SetfhdgeviUe. and Chutahoh : J'naiMCa" .PT Fston- -.....n4A- '
:. Greeacsctle by Fataamville..CatcyA Wla/hip**Mills and Jefferson to Frank- Knob and Fredonia, to Lerenworth. ca, to Pun tiac. to Sandy Ridge.. From xount Camel,Card's Point. mill t' -
,and. Cuba, toflsaam.. fort. .. From Pendktun py ClarluTille. Nobles- From Decatur, by Sullivan Cochran's .From Juliet by Lockport to Plainfield. .Pra riO Parkersburg, and Franzoou* 'toMaysviQe. from Rockton,by Laoni 1*MT rde>03
From GreenGeld. oyf Mount Comfort from LaIayeUebv Rennselaer,and Muroco vile, Westfield, Eagl townand. Northfield, Grove-Big Spring, and'Ewington, to, We- From Jotiet,by Jck.uoemeksd' Reed's 'TrcofBoekton by HarrieoatecLoana. F. ) '
.OomsatowK, &,. MiUenville, aadBrMd to Mumence, I1L to Lebanon. hub Station.From .' I Gntvt,'to WibniugtoftL ; ** : From 'Mount Carmet by FneadaviBe, .: -1 -; 5t..n'is
RlppletoAnpistn.' From La Grango by Angola,'Mett and From, Peru by Santa Fe, to Baxar. Decatur, by Hopewell Swingston. From JoBesboro. by-''Cypress. creek< 'to Mier, boa Pas, and CaHwon, to Obey.Jtrom .. from 'Rick Island byPesaasTllEoly. .
-IVaa Greenfield, by Harrington.Colaav Spring Lake, to% eat Laity, O.f : From Petersburg; by Dougald.McCntchen Hermitage, Seoga'' Station. Oakland 7, and, Metropolis City.. .. 'r Mount CanaeV FnendsrUla ,MJCT. ,, .. Buale-PS aad' Drurytcatiae.
baa, Peadletoo.end Meadoo, to Edan in nm La Grange'to Lima.' ,nieand, Oak'iam to Eranst ille.-. Imbarrass Point Parla.> From Jocesborojby Western Saratoga. luark;and Olive LawreacevUle. Iowa '
wosil, Worthnlfe, Fraaklia. Amity, EAhbarg > From La Grange to Gosben From Peteisbnrg by Winslow, LynnTtll From Decatur to N.M. BrowirV Sugar cretk aad!..Bainkridge, to Marion.. : From Mount CarineJ.to Hanovef. From RocWl Qd.'by CamVJea?p.Md'Grove .-
Tajlorsfille, Co1u=Iii Zliiabetatw From La Grange, by Utah Paahaw ;and Haruboru to Boontdle.. From De' KaIb Centre, by Broadie's Fjota Junction to St..Chariesw! Fruur,Mount,Cannel by Pleasant.Yafley, Menid 9I1OrIL. 1
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% GaaaoneariUe Sctp* GraeavUV, MkWleoury, and Forest.Grove. to Goeben. From Perry,by Butler,Auburn, De Kalb Grove Jefferson Grove Xafajette, Grove, : front Kankakee Depot, by ,BioomvBlr' t'Howan1anifle..- 1111..10. j. H ,r-t"R. w I I7rxTBnc'
: Tevaoa, Dapvat C, aad North'_Madison to ,From La Grange by fly Creek Bushy.Prairie Taylor's. Corners, Hamilton,Pleasant Lake, Kyle[ River% Cgle sad ,Taylor, to Grand de II Fierce,'and Wallwgford, t- Green .Garden. I From Morr .,-byjiozaa, Claron,aDd-Falr-' aad Galeaaar&to \
; ,' Flint, Angola, SandfRidgejanJMetzto Angola. Fremont,'Crooked Cree, Kinder- 'our. r i From Ksnkakfe PejwV bJ, BlporbonnaJe ,n>oui>t, to Dw huFrom.Moms / Island, by c o'ltllk
,Iaoieam ol< by .B Ripple Spring ..' book,and Ovid to Coldwater. From'De Kalb ecntr, by ,Lost' Grove, I Grove to RockTille: '.is '' : : by Lisbon, Haldennan'e Orion aDd Cambndga S"Bam\u: *:*-**- -
Carmel N aDCI from La' Ore, by North Manchester, From Peru by. ". Paw Paw, Nicana Line; Swinton. New \Tgil, and Williauu-. i Prom KsnViVfY Depo by Renasa. Sam- I'f'rove,Newark, MOliagton,. and" Aahbury, from Rock Wand to D aapud Jcs rr
Alt,1 _-o. .' Ubity Mills, Collamer, .South. Whitley Lodi, Claypool, Warsaw, J burg. to le Kalb'Centr .:: i moa'.'V**&F"*Hume to Plato. ty iSMadwick. iZros! oc., island, V.\it 'aid
.r. ladianapr. by Ata. Ee ,Clear Spring and asmer'a, to Warsaw.' 'esbnrr, d New Paris and Water- From Dixoo, by Grand de Tour,Nashua, I fromKankakee, DvptA ;by Laaeborg, From Morris.LisGuu and Newark,to thecfLsnwosaackun Princeton. ,% Peoria.' 4.d : ;'
K rtafield, JWtt& ruu Rosa,". from Larro-by New, Holland, Mount lord Mills to Goshen Oregon, Brrun, Hall, New .Milford ,Bida.jshwaukw !and Limestoue,to,Harlee creek: itaUoi,-E t -- -- the. Aorora. From Rock bland, byPennsj.h 'f
=. ." OU'-i Etna,and Warren, to Camden ; .p From Petsborj, by. Mount Jefferson, ,Rockfyrdj UarlamRoscoe. .,snd I From KtnViVfe Depot, by..Momence, ,to IxtFruraMon ', loaUothstownsndAntbiveitoCbCourt .
ItB,aad Deer creek to From Laporte Klngsburg,and Union MontlceOo. \ kwntoBehattis.: Yellow Head Grove- ,-. : Vanceborough, Ava, Bock Huaae. 'II 'w'''" t
t. ladiaatpoBs-by GrwaQeUJUirhtaDabna MlIIatCBije1OM4IS. : From Pleasant r.., ,Loadonto- Manwaring'a.t From' Dixon,:"by" Buffalo Grove Eagle'otnt. l From Kankakee: .Depot,: .by ,." Run,and Hock Grove to Spring Grove. .rr.a&ckh;by.Gsmdlsnt*
pZ ; LniIriIIe ; c.:. from Laporte to Plynv th.frosn Elk Horn Grove Kock creek.Mount Mount ''Langum .Democrat.*od Court- .From Mounl Jtoms to Butialo Unite* I Ridge and Uillenburg KailbsbarjIrwm / -
r. kaia Oblot Laporte 'byjusfViflai"WesTUleValpsnsiaojlerp From. Plaiafield, by Spring Valley, snaloernovdle CaDl\JD Derinda/and Avery, to,Galena, t wright' MiflftjtoIrootioisr; FronuwiuexuaaaTto. (,'i"'rtv.t... Roshvillft, by Camdcn.Brookltt:.
River.'Crcwn Point, ) ,tGlMutIrvvtLTrosa4Ilfmcthto I From Dundee;' by Barrington, 'Flint ,from Kappa, by West Wood,. Eureka l',.I'UID 1I-.1,.1.-"b..-- J to. HunUtille, Pulaski,'AugustPlm '
1Mri3.on.DcS S .1""." l idor,',Illinois,'Crele,' and. Bichj : I creek, Lake Zurich, Gelmer_ and' Liberty- Wood;EoreU: 'Woodford, and,Maiamvras, a&nCJG.1 ( SLXur..naa Tres.OartIa "
Io From: Point,Commere tgr Wright, to to, : -' I I toSprinrBay, \ -:From. Ji ttd l aad. HsmUtan,te Keokak fow*.> % "a" *
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-_ in to-day's i&sve. The came too Editor of'FltridaJFeiu iDIA ', .Thig-RJJLaietrni,CaptxQrdincrtarrived ._' JIJt-? :; "':. .- t 1 : mt the proceedings'oT'tbo Germans i iNwsrd oalcIn'wh1chAmerican'rIghtab.we.add top tj

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we : .'. jaalsengtri, am ns 11 m.1nD_ r4kthEimjbidtyoiMcfld1'4 .( refused.to..Accede, and 'the,new dtiiens ; imU

: S TUR AY.APRtL U, 1855.tyw : by some' comments -which've, think::they Uls'place en shthtnInutvsifthe.rantsib theerenisg the :4th in nan from:whom EaasidatotLnwtareityPs.; .leam that Francisco Ettram-, us fuU accounts I of thVfegffcceftil' ..:'election" of,the ,iJi i -spread,throogJkJtho. city. treaty,, -TbO rights,ffaic.ofthearranot guaranteed t% themlby,.Cea .
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.So I* ?.*.'* &'* &art ; they were of the most.intemperate
.rdissAoi.4AgentasM netipt from i. candb-liebtbg..a large audience assembled was. .. Ge*._ Satgeut''autboritj'intb i ken toUaiana.nJ ,
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and.extraordinary i Character, and ,Such $ the preenofIbobt : brief account of the varlous.rumorsrandimalghtieu1yIIheda7 do apology was ,'
4 farMtbwnUeripUaos or sdMitiMna&U, had in the Court roomt is said to 20,000.pebplf( Mr. Ilsid man, ,witnessed thus :case,we :.not. xyenderst4'ftmajbe.sufflcient made .to ,him the Governor-General elsa .'
as we pot anticipated so respectable a "reports .to that'there'waa '
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.m..Ie4ce4- have ,the the exvcotioo which took place ,at .say ;teftdtred, to him pecuniary'!. TW : '
been ever seen
:largest assemblage ,
41 portion of eor dtizens. would hare 1 eiconccroedfl : the:Punta. on.the;.spot, where Pinto ,and the subsequent events of the day.- a dispute about a-piece i of arti21ery/and, treatment of the other two prisoners mentfoned :
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s in Tampa. was frequently immense"iccumulstion of feeling in''thecitywMck'
: fighrthatpccnrred shout noot.IMr. show will however '
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'The Pstareef Jacksonville.In p Lopel.a1l'ered death n ,us sli probabij.
called, for;..bl1t"n t 'presenting himself, s 'wounded and the foreman .tended to :spontaneous com" tlie'basis {
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.4 ._ projected : ", .DetUe'"Pld 4 Up.. ,: proposition? ..w'ssjbeing i .submitted to'send acommittee profound sensation In Havana among all Frank Link's brewery stabbed in 'thd bnsition, f :. .' Um two, Governments'as hi Ine'ireseaf t'
the peninsula and the building .p of a Mr:' 'aome.few days since banded of these individualswere The aldavalksvere'thronged,and thou- condition affairs
The ads of
: after him; when be brought classes, and was. witnessed with deep emotion bugs woo : there it would be mad.nf'ss' .
new to.apon the coast in our vicinity, es a bottle,vhWh be pkked-up on the In,.judge from and am told. : and profound 'silence. .This east thought to lie dangerous., Many. oth' eanda.or women anti children' looked ,oa on the part of the United Slates ml'
appearances from of affairs
the windows The .
many: are asking, with sosas solicitude, beacbv;near the 'St Johns 'Bar,,where it the Colonel was tlighlly excited. victim of Spanish tyranny and misrule was persons were severely hurt.. was dccidely warlike. aspect-The American tj* insist stall hazards- Ute any.andsJi

4t what* to be be the C tart of Jacksonville 7 J"been thrown by,the waves containing a young man of most prepossessing appearance i Humors of all ,descriptions were fiyio American citizens, so onfortunate as W faH
were In state excessive and
President a
lie that the excitement
commenced by saying and .highly .accomplished. lIe met quickly. The know-nothings said that i underConcha'. displeasure shall bave' the '
:1 Wilt the city ef Feraeoline prove a rival, the following: xSxrr. of the Florida Railroad Company was his fate with a calm and dignified heroism there had..been fraudulent noting.< The cemed resolved' to haye'tho'cu1UOD at all! :beneht of all.the small guarantees 'a fair

whose gain will beeer loss,or shall we continue 6,1854.-Ship Morton is lost; aU Iila.persocalank political''friend, and that that. challenged admiration and sympathy democrats.denied it The judges and clerk ,hazards, "We passed.through the. streets,' trial stipulated by.
( in th Menu tenor of our ways ?"- dead but we, and I on a float. I I even of his murderers. As:lie. pas- of the election protested that.everything and heard enough conversation to' gather. them '"' .' .

'We see no ,reason why the creation of a JOHN DOOLY," .others of that:company were his friends bed firm and erect to the t.1AceC"execution had been done on the squ.re'hile.lundrr the prevailing ,sentiment :correctly.' ,!TIle No' other journal has more"strenooosly' ,

Amelia Island Richmond that he would not attack them nor would between the close ranks of the soldiers, ,excited know-nothings asserted that little most current remark was : "Let them give opposed ,filibustering1 than; theSfo/v Inconsideration '.. .

city ,on,the northern poinlof The above was written, i in pencil, upon apiece .he allow any one else to attack their pri'uteand tears,Were seeu.streaming down the cheeks Dutch boys bAd been allowed to go up amid up the cannon, 'and.Me will !let them'alone, of the fact that our form" of ."of

: should injuriously affect the interest of the lable torn from the bottle. political characters; but as it n'as,the of many of his guards, moved by bis manly thrust handsful, tickets. into. the ballot. but give!it op they.must?" ._ government U deficient its grant'ofjxnf="* ';;
Jacksonville. Her trade with the interior I box. i'assingup'tbe street we saw untnis 1 ourJ '
,. of that to the roadto .bearing and unwavering courage. On ers compel people to abstain:frees 1
'wbich may possibly be somewhat diverted J 27 Our friend Amerman, n'e perceive, design company carry reaching the scaffold be attempted to speak The .Germans had a largo. cannon. on takeable evidences of preparation 'for a meddling i the affairs of neighboring coon- ..,

by the new Road Las never been is in town again, from the fact of the numerous Cedar Keys, be would boldly! express but his:voice was drowned by the beat'ng Jackson's Hill, and were amusing. themselves desperate contest. Pistols were being tries wo have been willing smcoth over
loaded
himself opposed to the design,and do what of the drums. -1 seating himselfon the by firing over the town occasionally publicly. Nearly every Germanwas various infractions( our nAUooui'rights, ; '
so lucrative or extensive, M to form the recherche articles, which our lady The K. cf.'s the Germans armed. The handles 'of.pistols '
!. be done to embarrass that instrument of death he quietly submitted having whipped protruded perpetrated, evidently,through fear or 4te
,.. corner stone of her prosperity. It is her and gentlemen friends assure us were purchased ever might fairly himself to the black executioner, a hideous at the 'polls, dispatched ,a detachment to from their pockets, and many had assaults of our lawless subjects.' We 'can* ,

Situation opon.the St Johns River, the now -. at his new and elegant store on purpose.He : "_ negro murderer, Tho had been pardoned on capture the artillery,which was done without swords' ,by their,sides. not however stand everything under"that,, ._

highway of, the peninsula, that gives Bay street We must concede the palm to believed the construction of tho Cedar condition that no lh1Ith. bloody office fur much Joss of blood, and the' trophy 'o We met a party of about a dozen atunly'Mlon pretence. We.cannot stand systematic. tj
Keys-route' .would'stab to death all a stipulated period. ''J us\.b tore'the fatal t-ictorfdrawn'to the eleventh ward polls. carrying rifles, upon the 't.ubesor, terference,'with our right to .tigat.\h..
importance to the location of Jacksonville, those hats which he sells. The sword of the Commander of the Ger which the glistening :of percussion Gulf of .
t. chance of a road through Marion;SumptcrUernando turn was given lie exclaimed.Liberty to caps Mexico unmolested, or the 'treatment .
'7 and 'as the entrepot of this river she can The last words of Nicholas in Relation tha Cuba-Death,' to Kings andThe man'squad also taken,'and one, of'the showed that they were prepared for active of all Americans,,who are lawfully onv. .

.1 find mr of a rival in Ferndi than to France, England and the United and HiHsborough counties- sudden. spring was given and death cut most flaming of the victors, flourished i ie service, and to the rifles were l attach the sland,though-they are.engaged i in plot-.
St.D Darien or Sua- States.A a terminus .at' Cedar Keys would accomplish short the words that lingered on his lips. continually,and shouted until only a hoarse sable '.bayonets-making, altogether (er- ting. the overthrow of the Government ';t'J
Marys Br11ck ,
'l, ,i Russian Noble residing in St. Peters every commercial end that could be Then there was a rattling.of drums and the gasp- answered.the most resolute efforts or nble weapon, at once nfle and ,a spear_ The'last feather" that'breaks the earners ';

nah. Te growth of JakonTielbogh' burg has addressed the letter to achieved by building a branch to Tampa valiant survivors of a.pusilannnous tyrant his lungs.Aboutth. The German woman kept up a' constant 'back" is well nigh already .loaded on,' h
rapid been healthy, and is b upon following lie it that the people'o; wheeled in circles round their victim in I *> polls, when we.arrived, was a chattering in which the words ''know and there is no tcllingjhow,long we'will be st a
r natural advantages, which, although they an "eminent foreigner" now in New Or- thought strange the vain show' of. savage exultation.. His great trowd, cheering vociferously for'Tay nothing" and "democrats". .were frequent peace with Spain. We would 'not. Insure, j."

not suffice render her the Queen leans. It is published as literally trans those counties would look for such insanityin i body was exposed to public gaze from ,sev !'ir, the Know-Nothing candidate,for ,Mayor. distinguishable., peace with her for three months longer... .<
S,1 may' t nevertheless make her o a lated from the German in which it was the company, that would spend unnecessary en till nine clock, And Spanish vens-cance Many of them had a little .t.ar.spang The street viewed from the_upper portion A,ruptere'of our present relations with her ,
the South, will, was satisfied., led banner with "Pap Taylor" printed 01 appeared black'with men as far down would make revolution the island "' .;
written, in the See of that city. The Bee millions to create a rival to their Estrampcs was an American on m on*
flourishing and respectable town, growing citizen it fixed about their hats, and nearly all bAd as the ere' could reach, and through he week after the fact should be known there ): :
with growth of the country. assures us that it "maJ be regarded at own darling Cedar Keys investment-that We understand that the recent execu the Know-Nothing 'ticket pinned to their! dust above the.dense throng of hats, the a revolution that must necessarily'prove .,: '

I 1' Although th the depression entirely authentic" those who. thus trusted, trusted alone, fur tions have deeded the sentiment of hostility breasts. The multitude seemed to rally; flash of steel was at. intervals pcrceptable successful, inasmuch it would "be aided -':

Exrorina article export in the To the attention of those of our readers beneficence.lIe against the government which exhibits round large banner inscribed "Jamet D. Meeting a German acquaintance informed by from h'entj'to fifty thousand American .

t., ; cfber principal look who think our sympathies have been too thought if the construction of.the its appichension of the unarmed and downtrodden Taylor and the Whole Ticket/" ns that the halls of the Freemen and 'rifles in fortnight after, the iicwi.of J"-
ti market makes her at present rather From four to five o'clock but few Germans Turners were each filled with men. armed the popular outbreak there reached the

ff we think that property holders decidedly expressed on the side of Russia, road to Cedar Keys could not be prohibited -I As people many by as continually 60 or 70 persons making have arrctls. could be seen except upon the out- with rides'who, swore to defend the disputed -, United States.,, If this 'Government, could

p men have no cause to tremble in her contest with France and England, that HiHsborough and those other been arrested in'a single day. The prisonsare skirts of the crowd,' and they were very cannon.to the last gasp. in honor permit per ,adventurous ,young- : .

., demand we desire to commend in tho strongest counties would loots all, chance of a Railroad full and many innocent persona are suffering quiet All of them who had manifested Soon after dark there was an immense men to go toA/'uba.-as it could .do under :
for her ftur. But a ordinary citement bad left the ground being earnestly gathering of people in Fifth street market the state of circumstances .
.
terms, the dying words of the late Czar- forever-that:their bright dream was against whom there is no other mentioned above
: for o great staple which, sooner or later, o\'cr-that proof than that they are friends or' rela- advised to do so by American friends.It .-, space. A slight platform was erected'and -there is not a town of twenty thousand ;
'
had the shadow of
the
must come, will, we think, dispel a anxie a sovereign whom our country, at least, I they seen tions of suspected parties. Americans arriving was, evident that the polls were in several speeches made. We did not, hear inhabitants in the,United States which '- ,}
tpou.thlssub.ect. never know but in the diameter of a friend.It locomotive, but would never hear its whis- in Havana, are immediately reported possession of Know-Nothings. The judges General Sargent's remarks. They were from one'to two hundred volunteers to Invade ., '.

.. is long since we published a document tle. to the police, and are not allowed to change were urged to close the door and secure pronounced -conciliatory" by a friend who Cuba .could not be:raised in twelve .

JPX" What with the catastrophles of .of'more interest than that which follows: lIe thought the effect of an injunction their residence from one hotel to another, the ballot box, but they refused to do so, did heat: him. lie is reported to have hid hours, and equipped in twelve more,. while 't
such and fire in our without a permit from the Government, considering that there was no danger. The that the cannon would be taken from the our agricultural regions one arid"ll" (outofNcwtngland i
::1. the last season, a dia ST. P TE sccnc Feb. 1855. ought to be tried-probAbly a legal halter I Germans \ 11 w
correct
the but he did by authority and
Mayor was upon ground, notby; I ,) would almost <
time a" and consequent A letter in tl r New York Herald : as soon tar
the igbt letter be tbrowu'o'er the errant railroad says mob :
midst = Before my reaches you you will might not seem to understand that the dangerw violence. furnish an equal. quota in propotlon ,
.
.. depreciation of our great article of export probably have received intelligence of aloss and that it might be led to,and chained on, It is stated that our Consul has notifiedthe imminent At intervals of about five Thomas Spooner, Esq., addressed themultitudeeameltJ.t' of better men-of the best.troops (or such. v' J
lumber things have been that w.u spread gloomy veil over Captain-General'by direction of Secretary minutes stones and brickbats flew briskly advising quiet dis .. *
)
$ the ( the glorious old Gulf at Tampa.I ; a foray that the world ever.saw. ;. .
1 akct all Russia for the death of such is Marcy."that if one drop of American uncomfortable sensation persion. The speakers interrupted :
with and the pulse ; a man causing in the were constantly These are sober truths
us toltti.:
bare the Colonel's soberly
o= gloomy hastily compended blood is in the 0
.
bt spilled the
blow that present crisis. the cries
a not only strikes his own country spectators. by of those ho'wcre The people of .United States should look
y c business has run '.r low, or beaten ,but rebounds from the shores ,of the speech. Ho is vehement, and sometimes government of the United States. will not Fights were occurring continually. A anxious at.once to "pitch into the,Dutch. the truth in this matter in the faC'/d. be: \ ,

feverish throbs. We believe, bow- whole world. In mr. I last letter I did not. unusually eloquent.Col. be answerable fur the result." Francisco cry would bo raised, a crush made and Such expressions as "come on-go long- prepared for the condition with

.;. eTe wit.that a more healthy state has_succeeded dare openly declare what we were expecting Whit Smith was then called far.- Estnunpe", under sentences of death is an presently some poor German who had imprudently why don't' you go 1 -go if you were going1 reference to,our relations .with thingcs; Spain,, to,. .: ,.r':, :
from day to day for we were unwilling American citizen and it remains to be seen ventured into the -were cess ntly and loudly vociferated
of crowd or which the insane
and with the help a lIe.said he accorded with all the viewsof proceedings of her .authorities l'
1 Tigru to accustom our hearts to an idea whether Gen. Concha will commute hispunishment. some friend of a German who had not been In the meantine, the Gennans fortified in Madrid fIee1D'su iy.dliCUn" .
t constitution, the patient will 100U b which our micds were incapable cf con- Col. Provence. He treated the same or accept the alternative pre sufficiently discreet to hold his tongue, themselves most formidably erecting three affairs with us.-YI'azhnonS.. her ,

.j tirely convalesent, if not 1 already. ceiving. The last days of our Czar are a points with great ability, aud at greater sented.' Arrests continue to be made.. would stagger from thd throng covered strong barricades of wagons, carts, drays, '
Splendid blocks of brick buildings have whole century in the history of Russia. length and in conclusion he made an eloquent Castillo and Acaza, cashier and real estatebrokej.of with dust and bleeding. and whatever reicle or'available material Discoveries of Ancient Cltlei ,
and will never be forgotten by those who the savings, bank ; F. V. Ilerrera About the formed Vine street they could to hold of. 'I A '
the wooden structures dcstrov- appeal to the people, to take their angle by manage get party of twelve,Xo_ rmans and.ooe Indian /
suc witnessed them. Do not imagiae that he two brothers olmo. Senor Aregon,two and the Hamilton road, the row was inces They had two_ pieces of, artillery crammed have .
: by th fire. Those erected by Messrs.Keed was exasperated with his foes. Quite the rights into their own hands, and trust the priests from the country, and some fifty sant. ,A number of individuals, evidently to ,the muzzle with chains and lug, becncxploringtbe southern'psi-

Ambler 4 Iloeg, Lwit Sam- contrary i Impartially, like a prophet he Florida Railroad Company no longer with others, have been imprisoned on suspicionof engaged to the rough work charged about and planted one in Mercer street, antI the of Utah. territory, and eU re&"oring.topeaceful ppen

mis. and Bowad i b gazed upon the present situation of the their guardianship. I am told this speech political disaffection. Meantime victimsare with fiery faces, dusty and bloody cloths, other at the corner of Fifteenth and Vine. relations with the Navajos 'who

to any town however recherche in its style tUfierent European powers,and predicted was one of the ablest efforts of his life. suffering by the fatal, garrote in various looking ferocious as mad-dogs. The Halls of.the Freemen and Turnerswere 'dwell in'that quarter. '.They'left ManU on
.., the future with the of one who parts of'tbe island. It is reported that We stood of sand crowded with' armed
with
accuracy
a pile
upon opposite men. ites. the
ef buildings, and the avidity with which Judge Lancaster was then called on. His the case of Pinelo and Cadelzo is to be 17th October last with five wsgons.-.
looks for beyond the present. revised the engine huse. and overlooked the scene. ready to march out at a signal. The house The is '
j the stores taken fast as said Le has readied her speech was eloquent,and sure lie may very not with the view mitigatuig their lined following their description wl"soiua \
,. 41 a a cmpleled I "England We saw one grey beaded man, neatly dressed tops were ,with men provided. with of the:ruins '
j .j a favorable "signs of the 'culminating point either for life or death. properly be called a "scalder. his speechwas sentence of ten years confinement' in the run for hia life down Vine street, pursued all descriptions fire-arms, and with On the north they aid met,, of on the the St.route John's: river
'Ihere is no miJdle path for her to chain gang, but to procure a conviction half dozen furious who boulders and bricks. Sentinels
mercantile tenents of the new buildings pur- received with great favor, but I am I by a boys were stationed and about five hundred"miles
: "sue. One thing alone may save her, and which will authorized their execution. ; recklessly hurled stones after him! Astint and the Gernian'' portion' of ,the 'from southeast .
told! effect his remarks Great Salt Lake .,
follows its injured
are as : that is a confession not only by the gov'ernment was by How long will this bloody drama be per rough looking man in an express town thus placed absolutely in a state of City,we traveled

.j; J Somcr's Block: Messrs. Miller &Mc- but,by .the' hold aristocracy, taking a slightly personal and political di- mitted to endure 1 how manymore martyrs -' wagon, who shouted kllurrah for Farran," siege. over the mountains a section of and country about mostly among .

Cb Groceries and Provisions; Ripley "made to the J eoplc, that they have been rection. to Cuban liberty- t fall 1 (the democratic candidate,) was terribly It was near ten o'clock when a body of length, up and,down the 'riTcr forty miles in

a. Clothing; Flagg, Jeweller.-Up-stairs.: Agency "absurd from first to last, that the Crown I When the Judge concluded, some reso- beaten. A young man German de'oent, Americans about four hundred strong, five miles in width co\'ercdwit.h, by the twenty-
**is unable longer to maintain it's Oar Institute Fair. described by a bystander ** fine with a drum fife and banner crossed the rams':
1 > Planters' Bank of ; W. P. any lutious were introduced. They will reach as a very former towns and '
.
villages. .
Fared I "power, and that the eople must rise and We take occasion to remind distant fellow, quiet and hard working was whipped Vine-street bridge, and with gay music The
B'i' Pewees, Justice of the Peace; 0. Hart, -uuile together as one man, to save the you by the time this does, therefore I will friends, that the Fifth Annual our Fair of the unmercifully, and as he reeled home marched stead.ly into the German 'ferrK some of many cf buildings them three are still standing entire,,

Attorney at Law and Bounty Land tgnt I "Lonor and preserve the independence not further allude to them. The meeting I South Carolina Institute will commence on ward, blind with blood and dust, the blood tory.: They had proceeded nearly to the with the ends of the red or cedar four stories high, "

In Kiel' Building: M. KieL the count n. A candid acknowledgment adjourned under much excitement.I i the llth of April. and that we exwct to running copiously.from his face, and one first barricade (-parties of half-crown bon the wall some ; joUts'.jet in
I, I j "of the truth may even now' save England uurin.tcrl ; I swollen dreadfully from a blow with a being in front as skirmishers pnjecfn eight or ten inches
. Up-ctaires: Republican Office. In Reed's have to mentioa further, that on the i I jail and welcome 'many from eye throwing but worn to a point at their cxtrenuSMS.
house Merchants I "if her corrupt aristocracy can be brought and from sinter States, both as contributors I stone. as acquittance of his family remarked stones at every appearance of a German) Every: builJmg ,
: Building. : Bloodgood & ; "to the stool of confession. France, on light of the Railroad Meeting, Captain and as visitors. Tuis will be the first Fair : 'ihere now, that is a shame. His when they were fired upon from the front, built in the was a fortification

C. D.' Oak, Jeweller.-Up-stares: .A. M. I Hbe contrary can maintain herself only by Bishop got shot-the ball pasting throughI ill the new and spacious Hall of Exhibi- mother will fJint when she sees him."- each side, and the house tops. We imagine and in a style strongest that tile manner imaginable

4 Reed,Bank Agency; McIntosh Whcaton, fa'.jehood add deception. ( am,told) his right lung. Though it is tion, which can afford to machinery, b.iidi- One sturdy German we saw struck fairly from the round of the volley, that near nothing of; of them present still age know-show ,
many
Attorney II ulbc Emperor may proclaim to Lis subjects will craft and of I in the head with a heavy stone, and yet fifty shots were fired. plainly .;.;
I Attorneys Law ; E lisiljr. doubtful, yet it is hoped he recover. specimens products generally the whole manner of structure and '
'a that be governs and influence theatfair&ofali art of remaining on his feet. He was struck repeatedly One man was killed and five wounded even
ingenuity or advantages light the marks
space, of the
Building: J. workmen's
Ambler Yours
at L: In &Ho' 1 '- Europe, tlat not a shot can truly, and arrangement far surpassing all former with colts, bat did not succumb, scrioualytfone, it was thought, mortally1. first ruins we discovered tools.. The j'..
.
J L. B. Amerman, Fancy wbu tired without his : and that and made his The killed w ere three stone
.mb I Uu perm'ssion [COIIXlTnCUED, exhibitions, in this city. For machinery escape. one was named U. B. Monroe, buildings'crumbled '
C. Acosta, Fruits, Confec "France is the power in Europe ; but aSingle Ma. EDITOR: My attention has been there will be an ample supply of motile About five o'elock a rush was made by resident of Indiana who was stopping at appeared to hare been to mere: heaps One ..

DrjGo- Building: Ellis shock,one jK-ech of a demagogue power at hand and tho occasion deserves about 30 meD closely followed by perhaps the Farlow House. lIe was shot through around it, loads of a pottery.lur.in'ed
were
.:. Lwitl'l: Groceries "ma.\ overthrow him and darken the star directed to a'communication in the Southern the attention ut all inventors or agents interested 500 more, for the ballot box. Mayor S> :- the head and dropped lifeless. He was at of fine fragments of crock.
4 Ledwith. Dealers in Pruc of poIeou forever. I have ottered him Christian Adtocate, under date of in such objects. baker, had taken his position in front of the head of the procession. One of the ery quality,ornamented with great

: 4. Pr OD I Parkhust L Adas'.udng .*my band, the hand of reconciliation, but March COtb,igned by D. B.Leyneof which The arrangements of the hall and its the box, arid w'e saw him for some time wounded was thought to be dying at mid- colors variety as of bright figures,if painted but with" TarkiUl. 'J..
Parkhurst Dry "he has refused it. lIe wishes. to struggling to check the mob., and heard his night. put on yesterday. "S
in
: 4 Ads Gus avenge he following is an extract : supply of room, addition to -iU main From here trawled ..
b, we .
In Sammis Budding' : liart "Moscow jp<>n me, aud fct Helena upon I c.llIb.tion room also promise facilities for voice commanding the iie-ncc., But ho was One effect of. this fetal firm was to t.tn'm.1Jes with. .
and Grr "But alas 1 instead of co-operation from occasional ruins br the war..and untrr.,t .
Groceries and I "England fehoi t bighted man. who seeks classification. assortment and lair expoai- roughly handled his clothes being torn, drive back the procession which'was en- I '
,; t ta 4 Timanus,Wholesale "to avenge the ems of the fathers upon the other denominations, the Episcopaliansand ion which have never been realized before. and several rude flows inflicted on his per- teeing the German portion of the town deep canon with PreetinjheW of rock,

Pro j.it lirhours, Groceries and I "their children ? As for Germany. Austria Presbyterians did all in their power to The ladies are assured that their fair ofterngs son. A dense crowd pressed about the The[ know-nothings rallied on Vine street hoUSeS and under these shelves were, .cumeroi .,'L

.. '; Burton &.Grtc Dry Goods, : and Prussia they would not now pun V down our hands I did and not build think up that the since en- of fancy skill aud ingenuity will be door-a tall man made several desperate bridge, which they made a kind of headquarters or'was fortifications.divided .into The one we examined '

Groceries and Provisions ; J.lo 4 Bro.. "exist ill had not saved: them\\"hen, they the mj kingdom. of drunken and attended to by a specal: committee selected etlorts to pass those who were endeavoring for warlike operations. rooms.each nearly twenty-four
and
I "croushed at "my feet six 3 ears agog they opposition ministers for gallantry and just taste although to; protect the box, and finally leaped upon After this time no person was allowed to square, inclosing an
Goods and ClotUng.-Up-staires: Mr. endured area of about hundred .
which
one
; Dry rotten eggs, Wesley the table where the box when of and. forty-tear
: "think to strengthen tbetnsehaj in the whenever possible, we would bo pleased to was placed, eroS any the canal bridges near the
in dare feet The front
4 Hksoatc I Grue'Dagucrian Rooms mighty struggle between the other na- Votcstaiits a free country'clJulJ have such agreeable contributors brin there was a general sound of splitting scene of the fight' and few. indeed had square wall was .built up
: Cat.'Ro and a splendid Assembly "tioas of Europe. But they never have send forth their bull' .to binder the peopi!! themselves with their offerings.In ; wood occasioned by the crushiing of the much inclination to undertake. it as"there to the overhanging cliff which formed ,the

j. BruJ', buildings are near been and ne"ert'Ill be more than second- from the means of grace. I3utso. it i is in relation to the department of,livestock chairs and tables-a general shout and was danger on alt side!. roof and was curved and full.of port-holes
The
C this &. Whether by a Protestant bull stones were all and .
iJnv R and will undoubtedly soon "ary powers, satraps holding authority by Aaronic calf the virtue of poultry,'& Ij or ;or perhaps by an equal thickness and Lud .
fctlie : of House into the engine room. In rest crowd Fifth up inth -
ep last cl rocncy tuy or by penuis- lortant that early reports be made by each a.momentthe on street, producing broken ?
that the both combined have unfortunately joints in
nam they a workmanlike msnner.J
1I.i ".ion of the Western Powers.et one person intending to contribute and wo call ballot box was thrown out with a con- Earful cxMtement Many persons were in The '\
4 gentleman 1 is about t erred a spacious "consolation is left 1-' me in the midst of well succeeded in seducing" the people from attention to the notice of the committee in siderable forccstnking a man on the shoulder favor of charging the Germans in solid bout only two trance feet we could find was a hole ..;(

I e elegant bud, corner Ken'nan and all this ingratitude and rillany, and that duty and interest. charge of this which appears in our adveris.li who stood about one-third of the dis- mass, and 'making' a regular battle of it, from the square, and eighteen inch 4',
a "is the silent sympathy of that high heart- The above extract is In reference to the ,; columns.-Chas. Courier. lance across the street It then reachedthe but the knowledge of the formidable preparations all ground, which is tie usual size of *. ,
street' the doors
: y oft | "ed people on the other side of the Atlan- ate'Methodist revival tn this town, and I ground, and was immediately .assaulted of the Germans, and th, judi- ion walls both In the outer' :and parti. .:
removals and renewal '
1'b' With these LUc, the only hearts in which I bear an Kansas Election. by a large number, who' stamped it to ious..counsel. of several men with good with the exception of some sob.erranean .
U Is time for our mel'bt to begin "echo of my struggles against united Eu- leave the public' to Judge.'orUa temper and We have given a brief telegraphic report ragmcnts and scattered the tickets far and lungs, and perhaps a little stratagem retrained entrances which were jet .smaUer. ;

.t ] themselves with cards, and issue cropc. Never have I forgotten the smallest tone. As far as my" observation extends, of the Kansas Election. "The following se- wide. This act was perpetrated under the them. I and. difficult to find. Through,the per.. ," '

,4 their t Spring advertismcnts. We are ready "kindness shown to me by the least of my the allegation that the Episcopalians and rica despatches taken from the St. Louis very folds of the banner inscribed, James' Prof. LIppit urged the multitude not togo little f cc turn rubbish of the rocky ,root there was Terr >. '.

"r; subjects, let my children never forget PmLyurians.did all in their power to Republican of the lat and iid of,April give D. Taj'lor, and the whole ticket,"lfcnd the ; unarmed and assault barricades defended in.the rooms. From the'fi;
p Vi' t reosiyetheirfayors. "what we owe to America and if ever an build tho all thelntelligence which has been receh'cdfrom cry of the mob as the workVas done, was'Jlurrafifor with artiJler'Jand'whole regiments c of room we passed through a small hdcinthst.
8 "hour of danger darkens around the Union up "enemy's kingdom" is a gross the scene: of tho contest: Pap Taylor.I"h well armed and well drilled men. lie right band corner to the second and there ,
rvey
S Cut three of the Coast Sur- 'Iet her find a faithful ally in my family. miu't'pr'1l' ntation. Such ,articles as the WUTON March 30. was bald that the box contained near. stated that he was authorized by Gen. through,anoth r hole into the third,'and soon

4 There are two or These words may be of interest to you above, painted .in the colors of .fanaticismand FrcvSIarery- -- ticket- *\\'elected on North .. thirteen hundred ballots, at least one thou- argent to"say: .that the Rover Regiment from le't room to right;and from right, .

S .vessels now employed C the St J"hl my friend because you are now Lung malice, but disguised under the cloak side Kansas river, by one thousand majuri- sand of which were for Mr. Farran. Persons were unJer'arms, and that if their serviceswere and to left, all through the twenty-four"rooms r .""'.'_,

:, river and adjacent coast We understand amongst the Americans;, and I mention of religious(errodo more'to'"ln ild' tho ty. who undertook justify the atrocity .required they would act as might holes.every wall was supplied'. with" _.port-' .
that FreJrssor Bacbe has visited the scene them knowing that your sympathies have up ST. JOSEPH, March 30. of destroy ing' tho .box, stated that there seem best under the circumstances. The ', -
their in order give it a bound you to a foreign land nearly half a enemy's kingdom" than all (ho devotion of In Burr Oak and Atchison predncts, no had been cheating permitted by the Germans ignal for action was to bea tingle tap.on Fifty yards above' ths! was.a. large cavp, ,

: et. operations, t century. One learns to recognize his: true Christendom accomplish inpulhng down. opposition to pro-slavery nominees; The i and that the "Dutch bullies refused 'the big fire bell of the Mechanics' Instiute. -. with a narrow, winding entrance,: guarded., -

personal ntion. Should the practicability friends in the hour of danger, and yon may It is unsocial, unchristian, and I believe; abolitionists withdrew. But little distur- during the cathy part of the day to permitany At that the Rovers were to march, by'a high walL Near the mouth' of this
deepening the channel over St ballots to be in the box that and such of entranCe 1 Is an opening in the, rock leadings .
; rely upon itthat, u'lullg as a Konunotf bance. deposited the' crowd as. wished to go'in
o ( is false. I do not wish to identify
mereovcr ff into the
mountain, which .
Johns Barbs .new era will sits on Russia's throne, the American ISPEPESDEXCE, March 31. were. not of democratic stamp." with them could do so. Prof. L., spoke and we did not ex
S. J eiJe the States will never need a friend. myself publicly with any denominationor Pro-slavery ticket elected at Bull creek. i One man with a severe cut on his bead very: earnestly, repeatedly, warming the lore, after a little looking' and :rum

1 o. trade aCUntUe. l.t Johns o The above, (says the Bet) is a faithful I sect, bat think it my duty to uncloak Lawrence and Douglas just heard from.- said that he had:been knocked, down because crowd of the danger'.of'crossing the Rhine uigingabout we found an. outlet: the '. .,
being I'M three
o b'St misrepresentation wherever it be Pro-slavery ticket largely triumphant In he had stationed himself the pulls and beseeching them to go well armed'if 'cave. or four mdc np this cann -: .
'almost literal translation from may .
and the buUdinzs
mostly confined t cs and small class both. and challenged Germans, votes. go; they must. were csTerytrbere'll'Tiewr$ fit :.4;

teasels those ot the largest seas can eventually letter which" s written in German by one tvund.Otlldal Tho editor of the Free State disappeared The excitement was terrible, and the Most of the persons were well< armedwe various forma and dimensions and in almost '.

load at our mills fur CaUfor of the nobles of Courland residing in St. Intelligence. From Spain. in Kew.River. Pap Taplor flag, and the cannon capturedon imagine' as.such a sale of deadly weapns From every here stage of decay. ,_
?j' Erp h INDEPENDENCE Jackson Hill which had been loaded yesterday before to St nvera-dutaac; f _
March on was
and the most distant Petersburg. From the source whence we W.o\%IJEGTOW, Ap'ril9. 31. as .never of ten miles
I rt. Pro-slavery majorities:Lawrence,three with brickbats. we're followed :down .the heard of in this'' city., 'More pistols have there were scattering ruins.| '
-----flq received it,ve Aaeenohestationin 81I4ranli"G' The Washington Intelligencer of' this and from there iu :twelve mikt. .
for northern Iwe '
sold in this
i to four hundred.- Douglas about two hun street by a multitude ripe any outra: been town withintwo 'dal1 "
.After; making many 0 advances, and id authenticity.Marder morning, contains Lnzunaga's' letter: to dred. Tecumseh,'reported fiftTuLip geous performance whatever. The leadersof put than during the previous six months. came, to. the bead cia ,canon, 1rhoee.W'

aeetinguany rude repulses(from the rough Gen Conchs, stating that the Cortex on DISPATCH. the crowd seemed to be drunk. and if ,'The Fifth, .street'market space forces tarried idea.<>r banks,even to the'very bead,irererpeodicular :
Florida.We
in VfadUon, 8th resolved .
the '
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ultimo to'pr t the and and
they ere not,were certainly raving manacs. and listened for the"signal the shelvtep, near the .
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tap on
northern blast, Spring has quietly' :settledenfaoormidty learn from a private letter, that Felix slave property in Cuba, and that'the slave The. Jubilee.bDUENDU'CC. Warning was,given at, the ninth bIg bell, with .various: demonstrations'of banks, there' was no.soil.on ,the, .,

T forests and gardens Glenn Livingston was murdered in holders .may ,be assured of the safety of March'31. ward polls that a mob was coming and the hnpatiencej'snd midnight has: dispersed Bight the brink of this precipice ;:
greenaiwl: and flfldlritb1sulnsieofLfra& Madison village, }Florida, on Monday last, their property under any change of government hundred under the shelves 'of rock beneath '
ate again ', Several returning, emigrants polls were closed some. minutes before,6 There was, soon after- the news came that :wer J' .
by a,man named Peacock, of North Caro- from Kansas have just entered our citylbe.i' ,- o'clock. : everal:persons had been shot a rumor that the best building sites,for those beings who'built '

t The past nnpncedcntsdly lina. Livingston was a youth'. of about. Know Nothing Council Broke'Up. were proceeded by tho Webtport and TbeTajlor flag and 'the ,cannon were large "American. 'reinforcements would be and dwelt here ages. agjv '
of '
.1 .b. eibtccn.3'car. age, and from what we -. brass bands. in thirteenth ,
Independence They came next taken to the ward, where received from" Kentucky, and the firing of '
Ni ; ckle" day. thesbrabs and vines learn must have been acting as a clerk ins Puamnat.isiaApril 7.Advices .. at tho west side of the Public Square an J savage fighting ensued, with what result cannon on the landing was said to be'for The Western papers '(Ohio,.Indiana,',ft. "' .
W g.bright 'with flowers, and .the next store;tod refused credit to Peacock/who (rom Lancaster state theOouncii proceeded entirely around it, the1iindscheering : we did nut learn Jhe mob then proceed ho purpose of rousing the 'opIoot Covogton. Jinoia and Missouri) alJ) speak.ofth ,AI* .

)hersdwithfrost.&W ., was a stranger to him.. He was stabbed to of Pennsylvania'Know ,Nothings has us with nnfe music aod .the' emigrants ed to groan in front:of tho Enquirer office How much of,this story 'was p rospccts of.the wheat crop h>those StaJetc .
broken in confusion. -
faarthat'many who have nsla the heart,aud died 1natantl,. Ths Indignation been up Many mew. with good new* Immediately' fol and thence,to:,the Times office. foundationles, *01::! do not know The' panic makers,1 however,'hate not. .
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tad of the Ci.tiZt was so great, that Len baveleftmdiigust., lowing the bands'were about 3 0 hoisetueii We heard from the canal bridges at half- been, heard,'from. We; shIll' doehtjesr ,
gcsinl1bshnyduiaebIsiiinter; Peacock 'was with difficulty saved from la regular order folio wingthese wen 150 Tho following;from. \.. Commercial two o'clock this however HOOO have hports,ot$b5tLCOt ::
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!&vf>eenwolully .dia.. wvbe be:ng ;uamedii.telfsnged on'a horse'rack The Execution(Cstrsmpes. wagons.carriage *, 4c. They gate repeat' giving the proceedings Tuesday, appears pest were:moving about morning,and.*the.Large'sentinels parks : and a probable famioe,as: ,.J.o. a,"-'* ,t. .,,

nelcfy.that,wt late Iojakortha chillrecrptko 'in tbo street He was'arrested, and will The Fulton'isdrioes I fromflavanaaro. to ed cbe-ers for Kansas and Missouri.' :They' more definite and i impartial! than, aoy' other ,going their rounds,with bosbest,like .'
were _
I be tried la afsw daj't ..-Sae.Jour.f Covr'; the 31st-Estrsmpes'was executed 'oa the ; I'. "
not eL-J .
& tic afforded suck by,the-Hand d < Robinson; report that an anti-slsvsrjr nun will be accounts we"have: seen. solemnity.A QiWrUt,of,New Baa -- '; .

-0rjjs"k that'snch a season asaitotatb the'past SYeUawVsver at Psta Prince a 30th.'ftcuUr1riai Acting udero Consul t treaty stipulations'demanded In tho Legislature' Kansa." ."* We. baum The German*,)borrowed a brass .cannon number of.our citizens- $ were ;.engaged ahlrcresignedhis seat w the.oeawhBatter6th -"'', ..

memory of man.. ; :Tbr schooner D., C,:'Brooks,from Port tat sentence'}was passed brJ A- Qoart hit a-clean sweep! 41. ; of the.American military :companies .with last night.In .alUtnptiBg arrange :W1siilnton.wber.,ultimo preparatory-itOtkMi 1!..to. c;iffif;. ,; '
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: J' u .p""A otae, (Uaytl,) March lat arrived at New YortytMlnetday' the'purpose' offiringitonelectkjn day.W ston. .. .of '
a ** bcboectbfM.c.
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JjIfcwtradq -. .- : : .lC I'iM&roh.31. J' Mood and tevOW afy,from,,'mere .zninddels'
evening She loaf per .Captain : Estranjpes confewed that his honor of the Wrthflsy'of Jcfiewon*: Jfee '
Jibu Blfer. laid two Of"her.'men in thrhsrbor of prtdependence .to Cabs,: Be, tx- ProVskrery. ttriuapbantJarU cannon .ru t&efr: thai:,while' they 'h ,;.r ,T I .' tJI : lW i f :'

;' ,British .schooner Moico* is nowfBBnlng Port so'Prince,'by yellow fever*. I Captain ressed a desire to address th*soeoe' a at heard .from. '?Total' vote: Lawrence were using it on Jackson's Hill,c by s>booV I i't .t-iii" -' 'Si4" i }f ; '.
"tween J&4slland Jfasa* henjaminJobnaond1id4n the21st c4 ftbrmxrr hii execution, but bis'vole*f was}drowacdby 778 'to' 255 } ,Tecumseh6toT M i of J ite4AiDeri 'hNc Uiub4 r .fIt _tII.. :r AJuS ail :.b : 'I( ." '.
aH'rot UsOStovera; drums kOdtt ctJ' 1I 'died shoot: Dwgla a30t ; .uipbair'a.Q to: at the eleventh ward : hM.a.
tc.'l1 ,. : be ;/ scsmanl'realfce16th.u"and 2&j a 4dWwsbetnp'si r "Ii'It' ;= :- : ,:
..' 1 JGJD LeI..- net & WMte/steward.** Jn; 'jibc. 1Ire, Jeath 1. _to Kiags I.f.it Sfeamw C.iol(4'l";. ;':teavenworlij Utfuaglr'thestreetrrtAJrooo*,had 'r a,. .1.0 Aa wt1-t 1? ;
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the'17th; .Stover the fimntrehteTsaate: 1 1I -- t-L.t 899 to 60: Hickory Point with 7'fli'qo 'when loaded.with boaUem.sin the. ,l "\ 1 : .' "' .. .I' .. ...j ; ." ,

t*Caked 8t&kSbI4g' PerryhasTs* I brought b rt:ar THereportt 'For*; 4 ".sloopotWares.ysa... 't .' (1' C 'J .t 1II.v.t teenta* was 4efsit 4-a.fee : .l Bo 1""U. t ; ; .
eem & Tf"kklf aUhr. I igTbe-steop-oAwar Portsmouth ba&arrited :... t'. :ik '" vm4r71 i
,1Itend. Prince, 1l 'd ht""d' Vn4 trbe1lK .." -'Sri 1' jO.j.. Lit i-s C..QI .1t.tJ7:41vQ4'tSiiCOOkL _. -
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S YCTtP .UU .yorktai: .ijcfloirfdvls.t '..'..0 &aharbor I and lansW Hernia*,bat Jfc>iataedite tJDO" .DaN :Tb.inrmsnaItlsAssd, toeC iWiJ : DO' i1et. 1bH 4. -i'-:

Ptttja pursuit. of Bakrr i's thcreOre,bod( aud vessels 'ready to. tail are" detained. .,for j II 1der.16 orders., Her destmstioo J. nominated' ,John ..IL'iJghtntrf,; the" f nrmaothbnitomflths.armory, : :,111'.1. ,heae,and "shakeIbretcr :'f1 r'OIl' '.\ .

.; _rorlUfI probb.Un1* I.Whig*John llogtnv.for ::and placed .U:Ul:tsaeiftesr Vine :etmt, ._Ii sIc4c.cthc41o; 15' 110- ot -
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5; A. & BaUvw ttvari'Av DeCettes, Aa"LM.1 1I&I'J B 1'&nITLY.uu- r"'JlIfttaa" IDA, wfll be received af tbe Co.sam9.."tbe ..Arrive JeratfUftnert day i .
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; I ** AIaDlerJ' K.AJ 6ait: :t 'S9 ,the Estate cf Xeigb Bead, dacot trill' *city Arrive .. eteiatiU -.. 4
I Vafisae,aad nTted li. Hocjc. OWMQIM* fur csje.p, )L.tto -;' at.PtIblit ( -1M tju sBWby lehepnckessasa aere debttb II j
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CHARTER PERPETUAL: the.30t I.I FJTW JWloirrUJ*.to .
AprL,1S&J.satl routeaad. the '
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tWeMnlfttrrear. Mr.EL XL floe appeared1 aae Mut.MP Estate, bythe sabaeribar Maaur Com.mJerioBeria .' .' tag* : ,
: ? I"W:2' BCRS BUILDINGS PerpetuaDr, MEIU a sad times ipnddo&I '1 and beck,once...L'
I was by me calf eeraraute theoSca ef Ooaaal Mifflkeul I "CHASDISK' FTR5TTCRB VESSELS la Oaaeerylatdeir sad by tirtae or said BJJ...rerVsedadtotere.iise egrffuOy A Lee,RellenvIfle Tuesday -saede ef .reyweer aeV, '- '

-. ,. C Merga.ll A Pert sad their CARGOES sad ether Property;' Decree at the court Hove;la tb,toew f Kewaaagville < &*sr rtieJbrstf f/mposoL Ac attocktdU* Arrive at Jetsrfgta aaae day ., tbe'eWyrta. aM, -iJ. .4, -
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UUa. Oeo W 3 bags,tocU aad bey* :
Banty Mear, Anthony against loss er damage by are.DIRECTORSt. ,fa.laeha.fUXESDAT., ,ItouAcrtiHmctLr7 'J -. \ Leave'Jcralgaa Wednesday ,
BraataMoeJ Matbews Eibaid,3Barrew tt.--II- fcre tf MA r auf'O ..jg, Arrive MrfVoevEIe trrrr edance.4. ...,
6301 Free Charleston;a C, by JckonviB at sasse .
A ran. S4. 1851.Ifr. Bobert KeODraict.oI. to wit tAn the right. talc Ia1.rast-sa estate FlavMaadarfa Hagnooa Picetata C832 Frees-"Tallahassee by BrifaAaal f.1
Middlebarg..
' inward Gordon cuvja thi*day resigned' IIZITaD31 B.ttowaTboaM IS'' "JliUeG.3lmeaCs Bird Net 5,3 Jobs P.' RatJMrford KJoU- :. following which the described aaid Leigar grants Bead tract bad*or m parcels and to the ef land twe baek.twieeawk.Leare,aad Orange Mill. ,to PUatka 360. mile- sad- Marks Leave,23 Tallahassee allis aad back Monday';; aba& are tbe to teetfe-beSBWT agent* *esT.T :-t' ,1 :
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bit office u Town, ,Msrsbal-ty, Tats* .f' tbeaethurityTnted 3..kuu..A..r Xuna.w. L,2 Albert PbikCSe.lxwkk.- A.Carrier at the time rf his death or which,ha Administra Cbarleatoa FndsYai7aafArrive enemies a**,. wbOei .. : .I r
I sad 3ping
J.Giilett at
Tuesday
.in BM 1 bare"epvviateel Uriah Barber.I' C,2BsIIem.DA. McCobbCaptDaaiJ,2 Arras Wilkins EICoMrI Jwet Rathertard toe huh since bad or now bath; and also aQ the > Saturday at St.Marks same ,. a eemmoJWea ear er .',." .
tho created eata r" Kay.David estate, right Idle Interest dower, or claim of Lesv Si.If srks f a tsr,Npqty.lpw. : .; 4
lied.o to aopvJy tb.vsmey ( 8amneLTJon. I dower, which Mrs.Elixa i AniToat4sckaouvlflesssxtdaysb" 12 D i Tuesday, i44teatotheeastve* f
elertie by tW moo1)-aad tin* 4j'adBMfustmd 11-- JOHN P. R UD.PrdicldL Bailey, formerly Eiita Leave ri1a.tr. ., and Sunday at urday at 7 a m; '- .
*4 B ) .jMSIeO Msi illl,2Baker Red widow of the said Leigh% Bead, bath or ever 12 Arrive at TaQabaseee saase 1 1It'WIq. aa&s.at -'
to hia IW oath of 0600.r. J A.J GILLETT,Sacrrfary. had,or which bet bnsbaad i maOer tbe dine
8 )LatiaTbe.Z MORGAN 'Gencr.4ut. present William Bai Arm at Pflatka next days Vy 6 a 6333' From Tallahassee,by .J
i C. BARurrr, ISaSuL Barney Arthur M array, JaaasBowtoe. J.TL McRORY. 4gri,4Jaea.irWeTh., Icy, bath or may w can bare in and 'to the said i Leave Pilatka Monday and Thuredar a(at 8 a_a ker's JfiU 29 ode and back,$ "
,- Edward 2 Memti. UorataBg lands which are located bounded and described Arrive ; Lea,.TaQabassce i trip*act pevfcnaW|. -t
at Jacksonville Monday
Ami.PrnoaaHy Duke Capt Sob )tsnlneNu .a&nu.cu .AT JACCIoovu.LC: follows to wit t ,- Leave next day by 3 a a; lam ..aatfatjctsrDy es- J"

before this Abel & Brown Patrick )loraa, Patrick eoLS.S.S.1Da I CapL'Cb'lfIH Wilier I 1st. One tract of land containing (4,000) fe r Jacksonville Tuesday' aad'Friday at. 4 Arrive; at Banker's mi pair efth* ftp..syLw' :
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appeared ae day, Col.John Brows Sam'lY.WilUams&< ami. same tar
Beflock Cap& YB XuweD Rn.Barke1W4 Cut { : thousand acres,which was granted by the Spanish Arrive at Charleston next 10 Leave Bunker's lull Tuesday so a..w..Iti.j. !
Baldwia, Edward A. DeCattee,GeorgeA.Tiark&au.l N. Beary Trmaans | fMar>hT4flAutogrsphs Government to Francis R.Saacbes,'and subeequent- Bids to extend Welaka day by a c a.- sin I ssaOs and sjC -

Mtt, Sea, K.WiUUm.aad Calvia Oak. ly eonftrmed to"him by the United are tavite& rtIa f Lbs campm..aj
I BI'OW'JI A 8 N Nirton JoiepbBa..o i. Slates,eitoaatc 6B02 From Jacksonville,by Barber's,ADirator. Arrive at TalUhasse same
Coattflmca elect tat the ensuing year.to whom ; JlaWda N.1mID. A B. ia.TowMhips 6 audi South ia Range 18 East Little River.. Mineral Springs, ..Columbus MaJioe 6S34.FromTiiIlahiisoe to W Dedaetioa wffl I
Brown. E1iaabe O. and which was eaased to be. located and surveyed aad back twifc of perftfTtaeace aftrier. .j
4iaiJtmd tbe oath of office la dee form. ,Sandy Ford and MoatieeCa, to'Tallabanee, a week.Le..e ;
Bncd- Oliver Oliver AlfreLBr.xwnUW for the said Sanchez or his assigns under the antbortty 192 miles and twice TaUahascee contract. Fer tepeateJ .
F. C. BARRETT,; IataaJat. back a week. Monday : ealatw .
berth !
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specified
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P. TJuited States by the Surveyor General Leave Jacksonville Sunday and Wednesday at Cam; .3 .
Conrot GiAsaejt April fth. ICouciJ Barber Sub Pace Geore.Brewn of Florida,in the 2d ouarter of the year 184, 1m: _: Arrive at Wakeeaah*aae-4i the aatere taereof aatt' !"
I. PetmDu Kr a* will more fully appear by the Maps, Plats and Arrive Tallahassee In 43 boon by 7 m Leave WakccoAhMotklsy may be aade. : ..-.
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DeL lYteoBtir.CBABJU Barber, IIWIiaaa 2 Pomcro);Capt D EBarnu Survey Bills of the same,'ia tbe office.of the Surveyor Leave Tallahassee Sunday and Wedaeaday at a; er tan Dl.'f' q

a f/"r Messrs X. Hoaa, OAK, Tjuarnr AatD Parker, .Mq Sarah, ZBrlgs General of Florida, and also oa the'Land 3am; Arrive at Tallahassee samo Sthasdaicsieaet pae **

: WILuAu bviZii'a.T. ,S1m.ter P.P1. II P Office Map in theNewnansvilU' District sad being i Arrive at Jacksonville hi 43 boars by 3 a.t 6835 From Tallahawee- by eoeameitiat! ta setting totsi4.p er t

eetb ef cues bavin*;previously been ad- Black Ba'l1 Puiere,JliII hD7 the same lands which were conveyed to the said '6903'From'Augustine.to'Ffcelsta .13 ,miles Point.'Pawtuxet,and& .iDc. W ..'
Read William o aartcr'spay
elected Beard Ssbruia,4 P.ad.1rria 010 Leigh by .Marvin sad by Frsnas aDd back for time a.... niilesanlbackoucsaweek.Lear. "" auy" .
nnbtered; to the Couacilaeu o. the 2e1 c. PriestAJ, Sanchez by their deeds dated in 1839 aDd 1840respectively Lear Augustine Sunday TTedneaday at Tallahassee !

last by the lateadaat Vr. Geo. C.Acoeto preeated Cole, A II Peacock,Job.Campie. and recorded ia the Alaebaa County 8am and 12m Arrive Walker next day ;aalea the deanqneacT. -'i

the flu-bgpratest: .,Ocerge Prikhald Rote J HCroe.Je1. Clerk's.. Office ia Book-B"oMeeds.ALSO Arrive at Rcolata tame days by 1 'p xa tad S Leave'Walker Thursday a| 1 tbe:erptainedby afidavita ef eertift ether. .' ,

1 bereby protest against Floe F. C. Bamtt Ii W Pickets, Jamo. --= pm: Arrive at Tallahassee next d.
-- ta
-
to arrive matted
lafendaat, admiatrteriar tbe oath of office to the ear- Dr nart.eD 2 Pope WtniamCirti -.- :- or 2d. Aa undivided Interest(1,500)fifteen hundred anm". PJcotata Monday sail Thursday sIC a 6336 From Tallahassee by Ute aa!!fines area*, ,'
BliDD acres ia a certain other tract of two thousand m .J the Ttlogee river to .
CtfuacOaen elected on the ZdlnsC Pupene J&ob.CampbeflJameeS ; .
.
ApriZP,1U. ISifrBedJOsa.. a .&" R.I acres,lying to the Ej t of, and adjoining the tract Arrive at St Augustine same day by usszKtSpm. *m I w. for suffering it (.me 44.a.'n.
I View.(B.iM5 *of the place or saaav '
above mentioned of four thoosanj, which Bidder will state tae J
Creamer n Noab
Tbe Intendxct. sUttd eonaidering the term Silas lugs lUwtrationsfor Book acres \ rede>***eTed,ieUe ;. '. '
I Cox ftilfp Ricbardao James and -t-n .,. ws granted by the Spanish Government to JosephS. 6804 From' Flasks, by Orange Springs Orange schedule. .
fjr wbtch be raa elected a*baring expired aadbsving I CvroU I 0 IUcbardaon Mr Paper Seals, Labels,Ac., ex- "_' :, .Sanchez and subsequently confirmed to him aDd Lake SOverSptings, Ocala Camp.' Angusta 68J7 From StiUepka after demaad to smasy- '..... .

eoaedentioas scruples gamst tbe exercise I Clark.lob 2 lIced TbiansCsmrCG cent!' in the first style of the others by the United Slates and which was locate Pierceville Melendes and Fort Taylor,..to and back,once a week. th. contractor ran*, eev .r'_ -, r'.

t f*duubtfel power be should give the Council saipetnity 8.cabs7. art. ]and surveyed by the Cuited States by or under Tampa 159 miles and back twice a wooL- Lea,StiUepica Monday at 5 coach'car","er *toiuaboatf. *'

to choose from n Elinkina). Clark Orders addressed to the subscriber, at ChI Jud- the authority of tbe Surveyor General of Florida Leave Pilatka Monday and Thursday at 7 a a t Arrive at Finhcdloway same resW ,-' I
among their Bombers C. Cbaa P Stewart AodrewClyde ton J/otf,will receive prcapt attention. in the Zd quarter of the year 1841 ansI which it Arrive at Tampa next Wednesday and Saturday .Leave FiahoDoway Monday may annul Ute !

aa lateodantpr.ttm. 3Iletr 4pIrk, William 3 Jackacaville, April. situated ia Townshipi and 7 Range 13 South by 4pm; Arrive at Stfflepiea same day to run agreeably to eon- ''f '"

: Whereupon CouncQmea DrCottes being nominated Carter, RoM Sanders D&Diel FRANK HICK OK. and East, as will more fairy appear by the Mape Leave Tampa Monday*nd Thursday at 2 a a t I 6833 From Udiso by Pout Offlce law-- er ski s .f
sad Plats of the same, in the office of the Surveyor Arrive at PUatka next Wednesday and Satwclnb.110pllL" FerTV. and .New Badon. ta | for nfusingtos-
was eaaaiaously elected Intcadaat ttmcd ., Clark James T. 4. SlDith .I < -
;
cba .
Mrs General of Florida, and in the U.S. Land Office ..tSeW'UDl"ilJe. mile* aad back,once. week. lit. 4epua..at -t'
OSCAR
tbe D. Seott Mary HART
oatb wflice was administered to him by D.nnaeAU Sidbu.l'1.AI. MarDoIIr. J being the fame fifteen hundredacres Proposals to omit Silver. Spring will be.consider Leanlladi Monday at 7 a the contract'witaoat ;
' the Inteadant. Martin P JvhD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND (the undivided part and parcel of said two ed. Arrive Clay Landingnext\T Oenetal t die r*.-

Council then eJjuorrxsL Daniel. 1 6idb1l1'1 BayreMimSarabll, ; thousand acre grant) which was conveyed by the 6803 From POatka by WelakaVolnsia,and Enterprise 'Lea,. Clay Landing Thursday ;l or for transporting,,. 1 '

E. A. DsCOTTES, 7aJra< r*J pr. torn. Dare, DecO lIiclaa.e1 A Speaeer, Samuel Bounty Land Agent, said William Marvin to the *said Leigh Bead in ,to Menonrflle,130 mile' and back once Arri.. at Radians next $ ** -' .* ".j. :.
t
De CMta Sob B StraUoa Joel XTTILI give his unjividej attention to claims for his life time bv dead dated in 1339 aad recorded week, steamboat.*.' ,6339 From Madison by .
in Book D"' of Dees in the Lean PUatka 8 to GrovenvQle,Ga.30 miles and may evdev am ja es )11' .
V AUchoa Clerk's Monday at
PRICES CUBREXT, Dale1', Capt 0 8 StaDlau4 Jackson 'r't Bounty Land claims for Pensions,for Uor County. a a; by allewm Cxreftr a '.
om,. Leave Madison 6 ;
Arrive MeUooville II Monday at
at next a
. lira A E Stoat Caine 2Dra..cl1. set 1.stla the servue. of the United States, for day by ami' '
CfrrttfeJ Do..lIl11. He ;
Kccklyjor Florida AVirj, 6yTM. DanieL SCUM, Bells Back Rations of Subsistence sod Forage and for The terms of said sale will be as follows One Leave MellonvUle Tuesday 1 pmj Arrive at Gro entitle same contract ". may' { :
'
8. L.A1VTOX A CO, X. 5..ea& Rev F ItI "Extra P.,." He win obtain Bounty Land for third cash one third payable tbe first of January, Arrive at POatka next day by 3 p a t, Leave Groiinville Tneeday at aid be 4cartarea\' ,4 .
doe .
In J.Wani 5AorT Crf/on Factors I Esdy. J.bn Sinclair.Mary Ama who were Regular Truope, Volunteers, Rangers, 18%, and tbe remaining third payable oa the first Bids to commence at Welake are invited. Arrive at Madisoa same day U. *not.cu -. ,.{.
time. also
January,1357 with iatft'estfrom of 6306 From to New 6340 From'Waakeeaah, by! nay .
2 Militia Seamen, Marines, Clerks in date tbe sale, Enterprise Smyrna 30 miles
Ftneardlnf 4- Comutittio Merchant, :. 1dridge. stustfr.F. Sherw.n.flmam.T.Fruer. .: tho public service, Wagon-Master any department and for which the purchaser's notes will be token with 1 and bait;once a week... .. *;- .1 and StiHepiea to MadIson, 32 I he aTJowiog within die .v
ro/a increase '
QarintOft & C. the understanding that if they are not paid when Leave Enterpris Tuesday at 6 sra a... of pay !
B D, Z TaylorBM,3 Teamsters, and for the Widows and Minor children i ; t
if !
vf those due the Master may re..UI.h.premises on thirty Arrive New Smyrna same day by 6 m'l Leaver Wankeensh Thursday: r carrier myDe, ,
APEIL 10, 1S53.rPLASD Fa.rrlugtcin Suha Tuome1 0 A who have died since ,". For those p la the increase
Coo who hare.received Bounty Land For Forty Acre dys notice. In the mean time a certificate of sale 'Leave Kew Smyrna Monday at 6 sin;/ Arrive at 1bdiaouame day ease
Dr Tbam
Frame Trackamiler
COTTOX-Tbe.aSH of tbU artteU tho E he wilt obtain Warrants for One llnnired and will be given to the panbser.d when the notes Arrive at Enterprise same day by 6 p m.6S07 .- Leave Madiaon Friday 6 a S by giving prompt If '
EphniaaFreDda
2500 bale Faha Taylor are fully paid then the subscriber will From hew Smyrna to Indian 120 Arrive at Wankeeaah same that be prefer deiag *u> !.
t4sy were at fall price Oar q oUt > 2 Turner David Twenty Acres additional; and for those who have execute a River .. .
Edwin deed or in the osual form mile and back, twice smooth. 6841 From Qu Dc.1 to ChAt t effect. The Postmaster ;;
( 7 1-4 to 10 1-fe aJ CM 10 12e. received Eighty Acres,he win obtain Acres conveyance u Master ia
C
>ej ruin a Ferris Phobe Thomp C.p' Eighty Chancery. *" Leave New Smyrna en the 1st'aad 3d Wednesdays and back three time a week.Leave dlseoBtiaa the service, ) ;
SEA ISLAICDS commaai 25 to 40&. sad CM Parrow. Stophea Tamer William B additional. lila experience and knowledge of this ,,allowing ea* moa .,'
business will enable him to Dated at Newnansville Florida this 5th day of of each month; Qoincy Monday \Y' ; ;
TbomasltialB prosecute rpeedily and -
4S to SOc.aai tf vari Florid sal ICaiae 19 FoeterYB with Claims entrusted to bun. )1.uh. 1335. Arrive at Indian River in 6 days; alam; S amount dispensed with J'J'.t..t.
,
O. Jobs Y. snocess any '
Taylor JYO O. Leave Indian River the 21 and 4th Arrive at Chattaboocbee same the publio interests de :
on
U ZTc CoW-40BBMO, Au 28 to 36c. ..ndapvarda. CaRaway,) EJUa V. Letters addressei to him en buslnej.will be REARDOY Saturday be desire
Master end Commissioner' of each month; ,LeaveChattalioochee Tuesday, eaae to sn. \
RZCE-.Ct.aa3 M to t I-4e. IkGRAIX Geater-:James lle.1..Wahiap W answered promptly. of 4
per traaxportatka I
March .
10. lSS5-8t In Arrive at New Smjrna in 6 cis Satrdayat7asa;
Chancery. ,
X r'.
Offioe bSllmm Dr k '
stain.
-Cora tl to SI 03 p.; basket oU 66 Gago James "illalonp In Nancy BoiUing,np 6908 From Indian River by Jupiter to Miami Arrive at Quincy same days by foe the .nite'.7' 4 a
Jacksonville Fla March 24 .
1833 tf.
,
t. .c4 peat $1 to n Ii per LcuheL taby, William ". Joho. LOST OR STOLES 150 miles and back once a mouth. Bids to commence at Ta1 .,postmasters or oUaoi1.._

Ga.aer, BeDl'Y.. ,%__. FROM,THE SUBSBIBER the SOer Leave Indian River,CID the 1st Friday of each 6342 from Baidbridge Oa- i of each quarter-*ay ia'. .. !
n.OrK.-. 75 to ILl per barrel sad In.ertkera$13to$11. Goodal..Obadiah Woodwarl E L WILLIAM M. LAHTOiX & Co. November. ) '
Springs, in Marion Co, East Florida month; Fia, Ochesee West Wtntoo,
) GriB.aUA WakorJamesD on or about of lit of December, : a small Arrive at Miami in 6 dayg; Bluff lola, and Port Gadiieo given according to the- "

DACOY-U'. r .ii4, 10 1-2 to lit per lb.LILTSackll n. Wcrsoo, L twists ALKXAJrOCK I WILLIAM a. LAWTO5 CUESNUT SORREL PONY HORSE about six Leave Miami on the Friday clench month, 206 miles and back,three time pay wilLs al -- .-

03 to ll Ii). Holmes Jack ood1e.r..TIllvgbei' Formerly of I J'ormerlyqfLawtonrWe, years old, with three white feet, flaxen main and .i. ArrivestloiianRiverbSdays. 15th October to 15th June of I Ia "thu aJrertised If ; .
James F Webb,RUffUU& York I>uA,S. C, 1 Bcavfart Did. S.C, tail. and well put up aDd is what might be term 6309 From Key West to Miami 200 miles and week the rcsUae,ia first-class' correctly stated. BU- .

t H'O.R11.2.. to 6x per Ib. Jouph Wootrey. Martin 3 Sea Island and Upland Cotton ed natural pacer. Any person taking np said back once a moath. the privilege clueing two-hone .oa this ,_ :

('OFFEt-CR" 12 t. 13 l-l* EM, 11 3-1 to Uaeting'i, Coo II ".rdeu Mom.'gae, 2 horse and addressing the subscriber at "Trouble Lean Key Weston the'8th of each month bridge to C&attahwchee when-- i* prohibit. by .

ll.aac.tt ,1.11I. .1 Williams Martha,2ItaocbeY and Rice some, Clinch county,Georgia," will be hAn&omcly Arrive Miami by the 13th navigation.. a contract for the-
IK.MOLASSES Daniel Wood TboauaIlaynos rewarded for the leave Miami the From ISA nth may person 'whv -
FACrORS FOR W.tIIDING.COMIIISSIONMERCIIINTS same.March oa 19th of each monthldal ; Oetuber I ,
i -X 0 30 1)31*1cr! fl Cab 26 '
Barrboa lVitJicr J S, 2 -eater into ,
.
2f-3m JOBS T. ALL ? Key Weft by the 24th. Leave Bainbridge proposed _
to23o.BAOC1XG. Hymen .uuaa Woodnrd. D 11,% J. D 1 6310 From Newnaosville:by Fi rt 'Clark. Wa- at ; Tnesdjy.- 'the making of any bU ,""-. .

-DnlM 11 to l!j G) 12 to 11.4J Geo Wmgite. Miss Sarab 2 NEW COODS FOR SPRING 18531 cib.eiMiaoop1. Flemingtuo, and Newton, to Satarday-Arrive at 2pa Apilachicola neil other person or persons, ,,

IJ.. rjariI. Harris lIanay,William rL1lisia B. Wright Wilkesm.Jobs, William SOUTH 1TLXTIC WHIR CII1RLESTOS, S. C. \v.G.Bancroft-Cash House, :Orals 51 miles and back twice a week, supylying Friday by 4 pa; and Monday agreement or shall -
Sr. Partner has been in the 253 A 25S JTacahootie only on the return trip oa Friday,and Leave : or promised togleese ,
iApaUcbiooU
and
. ROPE-SwtMra sal TTtiUra 10 to 12 1-2*. S. Walker, Henry D OUR Factorage King Street. Sunday, /-whatever er to
". .m Bosineos about twenty years Charlatan S.C. Emitting Mieanoy that trip.Le.it Thursday at 5 a a; .
lb.1THUC. lttYft't.Etepbea Y Wall La..k1 whatever ia erdee-to
3.01"rM Joseph UJabams aaJ we hope by experience and attention to give WE ARE now receiving our wane! large sod *- .a Newnonsrille Wednesday and Sunday at Arrive BainbriJe'Jlutds not tobil tot a H
; ET-1 S3j.aLl It aeoorXa lam person
opwar ; aatisfaatioa. March 17-ly extensive assortment of From lift June to 13A
Alfred .WilioJ Dr William EJub.ztJooJu attention i called to the
Arrive :
at 0 la next 10am '
" t.aslity. _, : day*by ; '
FOR SAl.Ii TO (:fcACO.\CtR\ & Goods Leave Cambridge "
Fancy Tuesday .
Staple '
.f roJiaa Dry Leave Ocala aDd 2 &.
Thursday at
TUU1CVO-Tte a and S rtb C 45 to L MACHINERY for Monday p m; -

- 50.. (V. ._AfraU for tit Factori* .f tb Me Jainee Xc-anes. lt.ilpbJckioaEay 1.IC. .. VALUABLE work of every dearriptiun Carpenters', inch for indammeata Spring Trade than and ever are before prepared to to Cash offer Custom.era. greater Arrive From at NewnaasvUle NewnuuviUe nest by day.EflisriCe by 8 p m.C311 .aad pa.A..at Apalacbicola- next time-v'u i if.. fit f .
s'r
1t\tH J TCI1CIg. John as Fray's SASH STICKING and MOULDING We adhere strictly to oar established custom Providence,to Alligator 40 miles and hack,'twice Leave ApalachicoU Monday y witboottae ga. ..
H1DES-CW?10 to 19 I.: H Deer aLSiM J oea,Cal't G Eo 2 Tale. Uregory.Kena.dy machines,will work 8 inches wide (3 sizes) Power of ONE PRICE ONLY. week. Wedne.JayatlOpm; combine?a*veralmatee i
>4
per
.
Jamc& Z. MORTICE Power BUURING fur heavy or light Cb.srleatouJan.20, :. Sru Leave NewnoajvIUe' and Arrive at Bambridge next ,cannot be considered t
70 to 22*. per IVj Coe akine- lOe each} Ottot L Zouob.IIF.tPenoua work-reiy simj.. SCROLL\\8. As.Abo ( ) 9am TliarrJiy. Saturday at. and Thursday by 10 p a \ prugo.al reuonable .

akIaa1 1.2 tAl $2 .:.. : to take any of tbe a'TO a very fine 20 horse ENG IKE-nearly Felix Livingston Arrive; at Alligator; wm tby ly Spin 6343 From ChatUboocee,by j ; ) f .j

CATTLE-7 to S1...per IK aet letter/i, will IJeaPe say they are advertise, or new, built by Cameron Mcltornnd Mostard; ATroRNEY Leave Alligator Tuesday and Friday at 6 am : Cot.ID lieUtDD Geneva, Ala.- case, tat yeayesefcr ;
Two 30 feet BOILERS and FURNACES &C-OUBCELLOIt AT LAW Gentuille,-Almirutt', Milton .
WM. ,compete the advertisement ant ,
----- -- ---- they DOt get them. GROTIIF Arrive St Newnansville 5
may same days by p m.
with fire bars Jacksonville E. F. to Pensacola 200 mite aai back
Ac. I 11 for different service- 3 f
J\iarinc\ April 14, ISSl"a.tmuHr.. C212 From Newn&ncviile, by St Louis, to New d
V Intelligence. Any information will be gladly given, by ad. "ITTILL attend to any professional business enVV Eirer,22 miles ani balk, once a week.- Leave CLUUaoov&ea Tuesday ,lowest offered f crIbs ; 'f'
dre.iag(poet paid,) JNO. H. LOPEZ, r tnutedto him in the Cootta*the Eastern Leave Newnaosville at I 8 pa;, bids may be consider- c
" r.rt.c .4i title. NEW ARRIVAL. March 7-4t Charleston. S. C. Circuit,and of the Supreme-COUrt1ralIabaUee. Arrive at New.River Thursday note day by 8 p a; .Arrive it PesnnU ,next ,FriJa aft reoemmeadeal j :
pm;
APRIL 10.TCST 82O I4DVARU. He has also soch an advantageous connection with Leave New River Thursday at 5 a m; by 4pm; *iatereaad--or IT o

.AnUU.ED..April nCCEIVED ** RASA WAY from the subscriber on the an able Lawyer at WashiiigtOB City,at will ensurea Arrive at Xewninsville same day by 12 a. Leave Pcnsacola Taesday and- .right and proper. of ;

4-Seir Flying OMJ. Oiferi X Uebor ,. J 7.20J BCSDXL3 CORN; Aa 5th of March, a negro man named "TOM.' prompt and speedy collection of such claims as calm From Newnanerille;by Tuatenuggee Santa .Arrive- at Chattaboodieo OB mum but Coia a _

.. 4: toiLet, CUrtDaUtBK I,W' OATS .JfSHe. ia of black complexion aDd about 22 may State be placed ia hi* lun.U against the" United !. Fe,Clay Landing Wacasassa,and Long ''Pond. !. Sunday 6S44 From by 5 p a. 1 :
Apalachicola by
. u 9. -BrigCeLntte, I'artrtdge, Eosdce.DnjR 75 BALES EASTERN JIAYj yean of age, The above reward is offered fur his july to Ataena Otis 119 miles and back once a week. Columbus Ga, and back,once a the yearly pay toe< f'
80.0UO MAINE BRICK; apprehension and delivery, either to the subscriber Leave NewnaosvEIe Wednesday at 7a a; & ,sod those of each
Phillip Eraser. Bidden win state the
.S LSIUOIa J.CbrleatoL IS BBLS. ROSESDALE CEMENT; or to the Jailor at Jacksonville. Arrive at Atsena Otie next Saturday by 8 a a; distance .offers,shoald| .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ato office*, and czhedale.
LAW. a
:;: g-BeigLnb1.a. Jerilon, N. V. i PLASTER PARIS; March 24-tf JOSEPH FI3TEQAX. JacLtmrMlt AT Lean AUeoa Otie Saturday at 11 a m; 6345 From Marianne propose by awdeof eoaveyaaer,. :
r." 1 & SO LIME (best RotUaad) FI&- Arrive at Newnansville next Tuesday by 8 be ny-tnL laK .
Ucoeia Hspkiw Kev Bedferi.II : S.tVETiiiEI SAVB MOXCYlt SAVIi attend to any professional businru en pIlL Doagiaarvine, ansi Knox llill,to >>.
230 BUSHELS WILL 6314 From Fort and
.4. IBISII POTATOES KewnaoivUle by Harlee, to ,
.eCinIy
: r BGCbiloaer, Tb.mps.nN T. ; TROUBLCI to him ia the Courts of the Eastern mile and back once a week. -
20 60 mile and back will
BBLS. MOLASSES week.
Middlebnrg ,once coaveyaocey
; H-
M 12-Sobr EHja ABB, Lopoaa Boctoa. 30 SUGAR Read this Adrcrtisemrnt, One Circuit and the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee. Leave NewnansriQe Wednesday at 12 a; Leave Marianna Thursday at 6 .
U.has also sash Arriv at Ucbee Anna next .
:. .' 12TrgCsriUn ,Ceak, Boatoa.ii' i DRIED APPLES; and ill!!! an able Lawyer at an Washington advantageous City connexion as will ensurea with ,Arrive at Mhldlebarg next day by 6 p m; Leave?Uehee Anna Tuesday day at ,to Ue u Cit as pn J .
10 TUBS BUTTER Leave MiJileborg Tuesday 6 sat proposal frmAri ky ;
I' I2-B \Moea' c.a..laaaie& S BBLS. LARD ; ; To: :o3rol3LCiJtatSy prompt and speedy collection of such claims as Arrive at Newnansville next day by 11 a m. Arriva at Mar next day by ia faQ the soa ef' j'
. ai be in hit Bids for eemiweekiy service will
u&JuWeatJawwQ. "atbv rtb. K r.I 10 KEGS PLANTERS AXD OTHERS. may placed bands against .the United Bids fur semi-weekly service will be considered. *of themw '
State. 6346 From West \rmto
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".12-Scbr SM Ruz.r.Beel Now Y riL 25 NAILS; TTAYIXQ become permanently located in Ch rJjL july-8 6315 From New River to Middlebnrg' 30 mile .AM Spring,22 miles and bock, by and.W.

.li- .Criz TreaUa Uayaec, Benamla. 15 BOXES SOAP; lesion I aa prepared to do anything of the J. McRobert Baker, and and back,once a ... anY est Winton Monday at "I
5 RURXIXG LassNew River Wednesday at 7 bytw.: respaeei
CLEARED. BBLS. FLUID imeof general.AGENCY and COMMISSION a m; Arrive at Abe Spring same day -
. S SOLAR OIL; wille":entrusted to me. I intend giving thezreal.er ATTORNEY AT; LAW;SOLICITOR IX Arrive MiddTeburg same day by 7 p m;' Leave Abe Spring Monday at 1 $ .$'cannot be- ad- .

AprilS S Crystal PA1aee, Ofiake.Bkbde vM1rick. I 50 PAIR OARS j portion uf my time to the filling of Country CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC Leave Middleburg Thursday at 7 a m; Arrive at West W inton same dUy
IfUbd. I A'.a large and handsome rtork of FURXITUKB orders for Arrive at New River same day by 7_p m. 6S47 From Vernon to Sw. eealed; rapeneribeel /
SASH DOORS, and BLINDS with an ASDCommittloner 6316 From Gary' Ferry to Fort liar!.. and ,-," addressed
! 44 7-B/ij irnna.laaur MgitoeJe1cs. .I Groceries, Provisions, Dry GOO Hard and back one*week. "
.
back .eelt.BitlJera Contract
extra assortment of CARPETIXGS WOOL far the Atlantic and Gulf once a : General
6
7-Bri{CravfurO Saul I&rti .SILK, cOTTON UEMP. OIL-CLOTU. and wareClothing, Boots. Shoes Drug, State.; will state the distance and propose a Arrive Leave T.ruonFridayat at St Andrew'*Bay a a; by,or to, as apat, -

w 11-Sckr Jemny Lisa Wartoa Xaia.M STRAW MATT1KG. AU of which we are offer- PaintsOils,Trait,Liquors Books .- schedule departures and arrival Leave Andrew's Bay Satarda proposals((01' Jet. 1 r

IT-Sir FJjin;Coal, CliJorJ Cambridge.S. log at aaederato prices. Stationery, Fancy Goods 6917 From Alligator, by Durham ansi Olustee Arrive at.Y mOB same day by 8 '
ll-Scbr Lotus C alk Kv York. April U-tC ELLIS LEDWITO. or anything else that out be obtained either InUS -Meeting or the Societies to Jackson,We. to New River 46 mile and back,once-a week.LeawsAlligotarFridayat6am 6343 From Milton by Cow Hill .. 'I'
be&re the1st of ..
Dental Keller. *or Korfurn. Market*, and through the .- ; Ala,and Fort Crawford to Sparta JaJy
n 1 -:ireatblrartb, Weatiworti, S.. T. _HT.S.BOSTWICK would respeetfaU1ly ftIthat I bare made with the leading "SOLOMON LODGE Ko. 20," of Tree and Arrive at New River i-une day by 10 p a; back once a week- .ftemn>*nced: en lbs f
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0 IIEMOUANDA.Ta inform the citizens Jacljoarille and Its riei- Monaco dealing in the bore articles I. shall,be Accepted Masons meets oa tbe Island 34 Wednesdays Leave New River Saturday at 6 a a; Leave Milton Wednesday at 6 whether the- ean- : .; :

brig Cbarlw,f".Uif''port cleared al Sew' shy, that,bariag-aa office in the Dageieriaa aUe Merchants to make Planters purchases themselves oa boiler could Urmi thereby than the of each and every month at 7 1.2_o'clock 6818.Arrive From at Alligator Alligator same by day Suwaance by 10 p'Shoals m .. to1lount's Arrive at Sparta next day by 6 p list Mopontion contract fcrtnev'ass ; ,':
Gallery ea Forsytb street will or Leave Sparta Friday at 6 a m .eui.
Terkeatbe23tbaUawLTbe attend to alt branches ; --
of DENTISTRY ia the DOt only saving them tbe difference in the price of P.M.JACKSOXTILLE'.CnAPTEB. Ferry,3d miles and back,once a weak. Arrive Milton next day by 6 attbe,oepartoe;,
most and p .
brie J'W. froai tbi port arrire4 at SaUat earefal aunoer. .. approved_ the article but also the necessary tfwbitunt txptnte Jfo. 12,? of Leave Alligttor Friday at 5 a m; 6849 Front Milton by East '*IV>we4 ,walee griM

,Man..%, uUbM.Tbe t'tF Nerves of aching teeth destroyed without : iflim*end trouble auea.l.ill:a visit to this Royal Arch Ma/ons meets on the last Friday of Arrive at Blonnt'i FerrJ same day by 6 p ;, to Uehee Anna 89 miles and back are given, 'tobe 1'
I will also pcrionaUy attend to the*dectinr. Leave Bloont' Ferry Saturday at 6 a m; ; -
Scar. Fred.v.rdlp.for tbk ctoared J'Ddec2Z.. City. each ansi month at 7 1-2 o'clock P.;M. Leave Milton Wednesday at 6 a
port --- Pocking. Marking and Shipment fit roods every; Arrive af Alligator same day by 6 p al Arrive at Ucbee Anna aext I on or Beat nibeada, i
at 5ev Tort on lbs 3d laataaLTbe "FLORIDA LODGE \. I I.a of 6819 From by White Springs Jasper.Belleville from ctatioav
The People's Clothing so aa to avoid all mutaJu sad 'damagtt which' O.F., { Alligator Leave Uebee Anna Saturday 6 win

Scbr,tluj A.Franc**,from tbit pert arrived ... generally arise from want of a little& meets! every Taesday evening,at 7 1.%o'clock.. Jennings Cherry Lake,Hamburg, and ''Arrive at Miltoa next Monday ef April next report ,.
Ia addition.to the above I will/also attend to Clifton to Mout1.dllo. 96 miles ani back.. once aweek. .nearest static, sod
Bids for
al Sew Terfc. tbe 3d foiUBtTWi aeml-weekljservic.
DRY COODS
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the disposal of produce that be shippedto CeD.Oak.jRectTs with tbe ash,Ie 1 ,
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any may From ,by. !
Up Lasts,foe tbie port eUand at Biebanad (Al tbe signed tb* GUSTS RED CAP,) me Lay persua desirous of making Shipments LflAVe Alligator Monday at 2 p a;," ,- bOe 67 mile*and back daily.Leav.Peas.acoladailyatl2m. to direct aaO
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.tbe 24 bMtoat. SammiS Block, Bay Street. of Product of any kind had better write to me sad ( New.BniWfngj. ) Arrive at Monticello nratW.dnesdayby 9 p; of Jaly aext. -

n.I8J.u.fraa Wa pert arrhred' at Sew .J RODE reta.thanks to hit friend and citi- I will give them every in/ormatioa regards the Jaelumtitfe, }4., Luaye MooUceDo Thursday at S a aArriveatAlligatornextSatsardayby Arrive at Mobile aext day by 6; of Congress appear-, .

Ton.the lilt. 0 .Jacksoaville and surroendlag eeuatry Market, manner rf Pa kit and bow to Aipthem. fSi KEEPS constantly oa hand a fine assortJpanent I p a. Lesve Mobile daily at 7 .III; that contracts for the. ._ .
tar pat favor bestowed on him,and solicits a eoaUauaneeef From iny long .expeneaee in a general of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FAN Bids for ssmi-weekly service will'eoestderei. .Arrive Psnsacolan.xtdayby be let ."to erery, ot'(

Tbt KbrCafcxiUb,for tbW port.,cleared at Beatoa thesaae. A* he ha BOW eatervd into mercantile basiness think I *ca give J satisfaction GOODS, which b.off.a_ for fate cheap C920 From Oraage Springs, by Morrison -Rifle ,6351 FromPensaeola;_to mfideat guar. -,:

tbe 4ib taetaaLTbtMr'Kate a.eopartnership with big brother in Savannah, the to mil and suit the uottfattidiatu taste for e.J "r : ,- sad Fort Craae.to Mfcanopy,28 miles -and back" and back daily.'- ., 'woaoeA other i j

not for tba cleared. .will bo carried more extensively,undo. ia ay ejections. Give.me a trial is sill, ak.-i JC3T Waichet Repaired and Warrented. twice a week. ; Lasv.Pea.ocoladsilys13I.2aArejys trsaspertoUm thaw ii
at). Ten tU 'II&>. port tb. *style. sad firm of, For my services I shall require vtodtnU eonvaission Leave Orange Springs Tuesday aai Friday at atWarrington same day : tor tbe dne eeleiity. ,.! .' 1
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A. t J. MODE, ,got exceeding percent, acooriii{to \Vm. Cjrotke,' 4 ,am = Leave,Warriagtoa daily, at 7 a trsamftsiioas.- i.1- '
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Wholesale sad Detail De.tenla the not art at the business. WATCH- ,MAKER AND,JEWELRY.InVitroonactfoininftJuPettefflee. Arrive at Mkanopy saae days by 1"p a; 'Arrive at Peuiwla same day by of bid* has bee*

..uce. Clothing and Goods DAVID H. GAZLEY. Leave Mfcanopy Tuesday and Friday a&2 p a i 6852 From Sew Orleans,La,by a mode ef convey \ 1
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THE-Kortbera Mall,via Cbarleetoa. dee Office opHUJJn, 225 Kiar-etreet ( Arrive at Oraage Spring*ame day by 10 p a. Apatachaeole, St. Cedar entire maileaca trin>.

each Maaiay at -& 2 o'clock. sad ear friend win find at aQ times a large and March l!, -11 Cturttston,8.C. c fr'k HAVING leave to returaed ol r.1a from service Europe to his againbegi old 6521 From Ocala,by Long Swamp to>*Adam. Manatee;to Key MaruI iJQ seewxity using tb*" ;

p.x. nreeisarj',saId JArtbef aetice.TMGBOTBZ.. complete Stock toe aumerous to aeafioa.. For -. Tflle 30 mites ftnd back,once eweekv a month in steamboat .,- --. *are styled,free*the-
Beauty sad r.aionabl.pdcea plum call and eon.vme Salamander h ing- friends and, the public geaeraOy. With' his I. Leave Ocala Saturday at 6 a'mi: '. Leave New Orleans lie 10th' ea tb*book J.1.

April H. 1S1. Portesaetor.K'rrtA *younelvc ea Bay street,eppoait Cot Samnwa UF'rieece',1ot the last JwentytixTeen, at a Arrive at Adaarrnie aame'bI by t p as; month '. I ,.aaI they wffl be. '. _' .
*Lot,where yon. wiU lad ta*same. Giaat'*BedT& CONDUCTORS.Thett Watchmaker,bo hopes to give satire satisfaction Leave Adamsville Friday at 6 a,a i, Arrive Key.r West ea'tae 20ta- eatir._ .. tit ,
+a. X.tIce.U c art f4e only Permanency Safe to those who wish .to have their work done ia a Arrive at Ooala same day by'p. Leave Key West ea th*10th sad ra*and V tamy* 1\'

Z1OJhbibyst4sr.d tobt UU THE LADIES AND GEXTLEME.V.WiQbe LIGhTENiNG PODS workmanlike manner.th.LLLaLClockseand. 6822 From:AdamsvUU,by Pine Borough sad monthl -"' .Better ay,ttrritr- : Y

J\. a&tte OwalBjmaaa Tem4ay.' 17tb .solder grrenaway, the satire *Hday eC&pnt.Bcxt, fur .lataadial cl ta. towa( Goods and THE fenlatJaa ispetfMt, aid not nbjeci : 'Joly8tfFJiOST eocee. week grade ef service'U

JadtataTOU, to til lbs yacaaty.acniiaiid by tbe Dry Clothing.Tbe (at pair Mia Ibm ease of Lhoae of ordinary eonstraeatractioa & OUL'fEU=. Leave: AdAtuviSe Friday 3 p a;' INSTECCTlOSi lowest bid will Lw ae. -

clots to 4.HeW",Frame, < .eecaaaats wiab to dSrposeef Uetr entire .- The article speaks for itself aad those .Arrive at Fort Holler next day by 7 p;- I
Tae' |Mtto vttl to opaaed at 19 f,. jLek A:3a4. Stock ta order to be ready&r the aew Brick interested la lbs seear'ty of their bosses will ,%. General l mmissiouJ1erchantj Lesv Fort Butler Thursday at 8a mjArriv pnft'' .jpropaal tcAer*na.\ca 'io

a4 claWat 4 tV-ack. P.M.aa tbal day? Store eooB to be erected en Bay street sad 1Ul I tisfy tbejuelvecbyeaUmfoa. .Xr:A..REED lQ\rStat9 Street J5osi.lfitwt. '. ". *.t Adaasrine next day by 12 ov I-ens l .* .b& [ m ala bid,aai. "#:
a Tbe are berebr teoa let tbe new stock which lots.'to ) BlIosisad r.-> of-,county of !, _
faOnriafaiiMf paraoae aa. they brag :cf Jabtoaiiae FK. er r.f.u.naJ, strict sad attention to tale, 6823 From AsrustAtoUoaaaassaf & .aide of. '. .,
,IpOdWI el said Z3.ston,viz, 1JiIJiUa B.sad hi artataertoproTtmeet of style to la- ear- sole Age&t fat the':ereotioa of the**.rods laraFIorfda. :tTTILL VV list prompt lack;twice a-week:. ? .* -' propose to convey the ,bat sat-aside to *',-*0 '- .
.J.JL a.... U-nre v1to.a.- '. ..: -' of LUMBER, TIMBER-, COTTON' _- aveAnguBtaWadnesiay aad Saturday'at 8 .to June 30.13S ,iHr-rout No .\g'I
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The liberal J. other SowthernProdaea. .-to <;sgrahlete lbs ,
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LD1f..LJaQttD. raeerreddcrmg DWYEi A ACGHDTBAUGn. 'OLIVDDOST.' am; a mod of ea* "; i
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ROYAL BOULTXR.AAmlolitntar "uecardag fen>- '
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ImnAn'sOrrtcc. dispeead kim to efisftM ejf wbaterar.J baa and -at 1", .Jr toIJ mode or :
? OB e*rpattc Mi Eaal Florida bat oar above aaaedAgeaC HoaoBMsa wedoeaday Falorday suca speriataBesy s.'j '5'
Jaidissettto, fTtL 18SS f band at prim that easaot fafl to pndae a amBs (mh3-ty) D.A L ** Jo .- 3m. '- Cor-&be&IlIUUoI PUD of asal far borsebsck < '

pUasare lust Ms ecatftiaeev' aad t&erebyredpraeato after dato I triDprea. .1 ecoaiaU ;pAmv.tAngndsSsasdaysb76ps1.68241mm 1 ', '. ".t" ,'

ttra ,Perk aid IMH tbe lame af tbe,s.,. He has detoe.eritb '...t_ _[ SIX..u. to the HOB.A.H,Cattoa'Judge Meleadae by Cedar Tree,to Fort. IbU prorosal it aade wUb foB '. >(1. '._ '. +
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IlL WHITE'. &D... of ProbatM a sadMA.lachusCeunti and ask to Dada 11.ne.bed ones a-
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q4o IlLS. BALT1MOU bargain*,; be diaobarged Lev Mslendes Saturday p m. .'. li
FLOCti CaD.IMIBI! ,Weareaaxtoej ,. ':-. acksoBvievebmaTOTlCSlsW4greiYM l 5r TTTHiam & touto sad service and,also aflat oaise. ".. 4" ..
4OT_- )ur mtMHBDSBAOOS pj I te waUapoaaadatrwyeeu tbe Estate af :SUadley.,JaU. eC.sai4maty Arrive at Fort Dad aaae day by 8 p_; nee '_
.*dlr I! ,;If \ tk4aLdIsds' .--- Leave Fort Dado Saturday at 5 ala. cf tile instructions.and reeuiremsat I .I'.,'
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Far oils at aaMB MVWHB. far. .. -JioreJng. ..'.':- Company baa does Bud*payable at tbe aOo 'of j..1-6.-;' WH- BTANDLEY..,Doo'd 68S From PteneriDe by SpriagfteM. to.f Dated. ? (naUnt ftpoW* -- J1 :

Jl DWO.A TIxLxr$, t.e2- Bsj'jtSeaaa.sb1.ei 1 eh.meLar7.Mon4ytkTtb day of May.jMtfeaiealMitvBaUa )..mue..J'-fiIal$5.' _- : -. FortU allot aM....' ; I Tern e/a & : ,, sad.SBMtins j
ty Betolatiod of tb* .Leave PkroevJll Saturday at 6 a m The aadersleoed, setdffig'at- "' -
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r 4't, ., ; Board(/Duectors.kJl stack npoawbieb .:MOenibatslaeBtofonaptrtentpayaWaeaitbei McQiieen'MclatosIf) -I Arriva at Bar Port same day bp'12m i'Xmrt -, ii.uaderUxe.tbaCiftbe lbs service propes-'i *

aUlICKl' BaUCKIt RaICKnl II BLACKWOOD'A 00.km ted meiee4 a tnA 224 AXO2NEY-ATL1Lw 'Bay Port Satarday at 1 p a t< : .o.. M-''.""- \ agal,BiTiinilM ..,$

'A MTOlfaraUCO.Fer ., aadSMARS, tact,bWaet b.ea paid-war be IethMndiorscoxazck&2i Jseksonih1n.&L :esatpinresvlfl.na.da bjlpa.68 r ..lUr1m Postmaster General tie :: \-, .: -

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f; !:''; tbeytm gof ,< country, tnaj'b IhwarUd>y THE UNDERSIGNED would inform. tie.ii.' JobPrlntiawUhinjr' 'j.Lawfllflt5 S wher..id'CO k.eu.as posthi. ..
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: ;: .. Snarry healthyn >ai twraiidb; siUetJwit House/ Ut.iJtepubUeu'ofIke"u" RESTAURANT,In a Tbe&ttettioooftboie II I $$3 14 15 16 17 9 10 11 12 1 14 15 .flUI1eUC1Y4 by ttaTrartlliaf. P%bU TVey eaeseet wWi.: '

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J' '.: ', 4Aii nbbet. Watt the fetter cant the:feet to It will be bit aim to furnish thechoicwt WINES, Printing, s S 232632 293031 945 Vlultlng-Vards. South as TampsTBay ,Tay;..eoaaec whk
. appear extremely p. the Hydromagen being LIQUORS and '8EQARS,'?and eptlonabl. 'd'one, 45 Ant. .1 2-i 4.555s7 .s' ._ the N.w Tork Boats and KaUioad Lhm_fr e> tU': .:
'f':' ..meretWn It lee ef cork prepared peculiarly plaeediasld OYSTER and GAME.SUPPERS. /.Ia' short,J Is particularly 8 g 10 11 12 13 11 OCT'L. .1 2 3 4 6 jiy tui -' -
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id. 'ante tbe foot to appear untidy. -To Children they S A eoupto' of,-fine BILLIARD 'TABLES:Will Invited tithIace 22 23 24 25 7 14 1 16 17 18 191 j .apply toV1M45LAWTO3' I CO",'
\ ,'are extremely TalnaM*, they may engage inextrtftt HOUSE Ncwnah amos be added to hit establishment.5: S S S 122 241226IflS marehlWy __ Southern Wharf.
THIS Known .
e t'". with comfort '*nd healthy effect Their w ,jsituatecl.on ,theCprney'df 5- de c23tfJOHN'WHEELER. :' Terms Xntariably.Orden I 23 4 g -I- S -. ';

I' '.' .L$ ".tMt is so slight sato scarce need mention; be- and Adam streets 'within tt few' rods;: of-'the.Postt,Office and :- .. ,- 67 9 10 11 12 No'r'z. .I 'j 2l: S FIRE. riRBII iEtu55'HiEtB6CRIBWS ,S :.
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find : ,. Grocerleu. .. I.CAsII.- l3l4l516lTI8l9 '11591 .. .
L! ." 'i111. tbote who patronite them will their jrtorv 4 5 .: :.
F "' :-r: }y tbctor't bill muck diminis\ej tUr near- to the Steam Boat-landing! and moist convenient to/the" rpHX subscriber havlnr.purohwed th. stock( : 21 222334 25 II 12 13 1411 1 17 .t ; -S --------STAND.tavIsgbeea entirely d. '1

L: ; >" ale It Increasing .' sJnweVtacwdibl extent ,. just rece :COAT, the-patronage of the public.H.. will.always - 1 2 6fl29i93O Bill* T FaT of,Went..- th*stand formerly.eei. "

j:. :;,:- ; Last year',in London, Manchester, Birmingbiun; from' top to bottom with_ every convenience J is_'now ,in:perfect keep on hand full supply and rreaJas&oct of 5 CoTnatiwlflbi. 2 4 & g 7S$9 D 'a. - I by W. GAYER, where be continues asi basiaete .
<' j Liverpool Glasgow.Leeds Dublin Paris,Antwerp' ( 'PAMILr.GIWCBRIPS", ', I 10 II 17 13 14 15 l6t 2 .3 4 S d 7 Label, inalIiUbraaehev Ho ,,0311aAc1 a lerg UMtt1
L z Hamburgh,and Berlin'ur tales reached 1,732- order. The Tablewill be under thesujperiritendancepf"; : ariJexperienced which be will sell on reasonable terms.: My.Stock mtmi1eiecnt.mi: 17 18 19 I fl 23 9 1 11 12 13 14 15 : mitt ef first cJas.VEHICLES pf.ff
I ...' 450pairtof. erkSSlss,, This ytar thenumber Housekeeper and shall not) surpassed by any otherin will'be. constantly" replenished- ..new arrivals' 4232293Q 161719192021 ;At.*Me.exUniire ., torn choice FAMILY c.tz.grAozsa.ti xpressly :1 .:
J.- wDi far surpass that. from the North.: ? Joa.F.Rocimo.Jacksonrille. S for his C ttry toutomtrt,all of which be s :
::::, ', Ask the Faculty1 tbolr opinion. of their valut ata this climate. The Proprietor Has. determined, that his'exer Doe.2-3m. .. JOhN S.TOWNSEND. : : : win SELL CHEAP,"FOR c.ssigcit %K**>' -;

'k.l :; preventativ for COCOES, COLD, .BaoJlcarra Vh.Shall these Boots Displace 1?. tanee 1 LfiOMARD CHAPW. .
_' e4.4 '. .'AITEJU. and CoKSDarrtox. \ lions to. merit he'patr nage. which snail babestowed. ;upon Him, .' ,THE UNDERSIGNED. :have opened a ::.. '1:7,Orden"t/1 tll' J ."j

...".. .' 'Mu't Sue pt. patrl35. Cxrrt shall be .without.regaril trouble or :. VJs shopS.for the 'manufacture at' BOOTS andS ." -. CL,S.C..} ov. l .
..expeiisOS
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.:. Liiits''do. do. 30 do. S > SHOES,on tbe comer of .&and For- FoundryWORKSt j' :APP e 'r :.fl S "
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l' 's \; .p.[ .Bon "JlraSEt' .do. 25 do. LIVERY .STABLE is' attached :the' House. ,, with good syth .tnett->next door to store formerly occupied : S..S&5tL'" "" Gilbert, ,
..7.ona: ,-Froav1h. Retail Price wo make aTtry" S by'J. B'Howell. 'JThey have received a new supply S S .5DACI4INE ttO MANU7ACTCRZ2S anfDZA*
1- :
_ :/ L :liberal allowance to Jobben and Wholesaler Horses and .carriages The Western Stdge .1 leaves: Ihis (House materials, snd in the quality'and styli ofthadrmaoufaeturea.havnoonbt : : '|! .'. S TXK9 deserlptloM ef CAXRIAQ .

r ,: to that any storekeeper may make a fine profit on soon after jthe.arrival.of the Savann h"And.: Charleston' boats.t .. of pleasing the : 1lmoyed '(jtneNew. tore Im "Holsaea 5 5 5 $. "{_;35 asxl 40 JT,sj<. S. ,
I *: r.,their tale whiU they are an articleYhay, may. be .. '. pnbllo.whomwenowaiktOgiViu.trIil. TU&Subscriber*:having ma4e'-iitaire-n4 '-.I-BHlldlnt,opposite>DrBaldwloi'a xorlh Strett;and KctT Uaynt Strut CWUsta i I
l.pt"any More, among any class of goods, Oct./21, 1854..6m., S ''-S: BUFFINGTON. l '. dec23-2in .!BACKMAM MARCHER .Improvements'iheir'.establish .j: OfficeJackaontllle., S .' vOur Staek U.aneitensire. "Dt.aad.p1U'Ibutu. 411
. .-'Eor tend, !appl1 tAt *'Republican copy' : v -' <..-S Insolvent Notice. ment'are.now prepared to furnith-- '? '. '-'' .WHERE Is kept constantly*a hand a Urge aid u.respectfully requested to call_ us,at.t .

: '.. UACOURTUADLET& CO. ?_. S C. SKIFF ,Administratrix, and ,Steam Engine*,of'any required power,,front selected assortment ef offer freat, inducements in style'&ad prices:aa4 .1
:T4 ". 33 Ann Street, New-Yerk-: flATALINA V/ Manuel Crwpo,AdminIstrator of all and singular 11 100 hornet; .- ..- 5: ,JSVOI..AIm.CBDIC. $, any articles Uvghiat our'atab."amemt an war.

.fi ;' .. c TnEC1IEST.Tt WATCHES JE'VELRY/SILV :WAItE the goods-chattels, rights and:credits,.orG SawMills' ; : Always elvdby. the latest arrivals warracted. .ranted ta erery respect_ jmly8-tf '>
R Skiff 1ateotPtii OMmty"deceaeedl'haV'J agar. MlI1s: _'. SS fresh and genuine.'. Also,. : ;
: -:; .m ASTL.EV COOPER A.nT..J(.!., r.e.F.. -huorae55i'.werst5 ,' ,... :p' Camge'& Harness. Depositorj..
filed in office a-written suggestion Perfomeryv i
7'. the eminent Medic Practitioner, has left tf .. legible day my ,., :5.GrlstMll1s. S Coibi nraahe.. 8oap.f "
) "
. :f ". Tillable legacy to the world in hit AN D. ,5 : '. 'of the insolvency'said estate'f. and all other machinery. _ued: in this ,: S -. Lamps; Burning FI.ld-Ac. I. 'ATTIIL'WflITEIIOUZE S ,
country
.. -t. : '- Great. pJ'ucntaUTe. fC.s&aumpt1on.y : "This is,therefore, to notify all "persons having S "" Iron and DraM Carting., .. ,- ; which win be'soW low for cash-, f __ .. ,bIta-WeaU.'onaefol .
'0),' .- .'c : : : demands against laid estate,to file the same-duly MEETIWO WESTWORTH
; J.lt D # r?:'Steamboat 8aw1LllIndetherrepaInng, Country orderf solicited and punotnaUy'atUad'adto. ITEEETS.S 1.
." :'YVlCNFAltlNa; CURE FOR PULMONARY ,\ FancyGo-ods0. proedua.au&b8Dit.cated beforetheJudgt of S. l ., ., 5CMrtesG,53.C. 1 .
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: .-.. ( .rt'DOUee; ? Pbysiciios'pre.critIons., pimp toltfc can aadAgent -
th.'imintbdayc .
: Probato.oT'Daval County by
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;
: DISEASED ; ; from..will b despatch.. CARRIAGES of erery descrlptiotIaithelow.s..
r. -.o : ". May next 'at which-time there'will b*.a'pro rate k'jAtt machinejy portbased S .ff
"':. ". 'vitheut teV, ,c of Jledie{ : distribution, of the assets of said state amongst the put.in,.operation,;any part of!tbe.State-. by TZA' price always on band and no article sold except
SIr'A. C, Bart invented sod advised the tts*, GEORGE: FL: Ga: : '; creditors thereof. \ competent 'macbiDi8tli when' desired' ,, and upon for,the New Yorkr'ptkla Tea Company.: such as ran be warranted in. the fullest tent., 'r
. : the S ., 5 S Witness miD&m.'u'J dj.of Probatoj'and? 'the reasonable terms. .,.. ? Tea of.direct Importatloa, and of 34.varieties,from JuJ16-t1. M,1LNATRAX.'IoItsa1c'IIni ;
if"EDICATBFUjf :' S -- Drawings and E tnnates. fueniamnedwIthout a1.dtolIb. in a'package; aUwarranted at .
CHESTPROTECTORf : '
Eas-t thisthe'ninth <
: Jaok.sonvU.1c. 1'lcx'i da.S seal 01 lM Court, 4ajoI1" are Faetorj.
t .. J.anii cooditona. a r .1 charge., MNEY&GflKINjuly ; ,. extremely low prices.,_ .I _. S S .
w : |>0 all. petIODIoraU.& rJ; ;November, m. the 1ear of our.Lord CM'thousand '
: i. certain aad a safe lUield againrt consumption ""WOULD respectfully, inform the: 1tizen'ofths, place and eurroundlpg,country_; that eight hundred and fifty-four.., 8-tt_ Founders and Mschlnlata.S IZCoaDtrDeaJen.appUed' ,by. .ordering .'" : 0.."IL VEHONEE:& 'BRO, t
: jtroncbitit,Asthino.Cough Cold and other afflictions be has again opened at his old stand, S FELIX LIVINGSTON. I ., 5 accompanied with Cain. I \Tbolc ale.Dealers lafLAtX. _.
WORKS
of the Lungs,*which arise from the exposed S Judge 5-S of Probates Dual County: : 'S FLORIDA, moB ,it. GARDEN't,F OWER SEEDS,'PL' S.Lo., r .AXD JAPJLKED.TX WAJtf.'TAKE .: .
;; ':. "tUte of,the chest recording tofatMen; and .the S .8 UM'E15S'S; ; ; S NoremherlI8Wdm'S- 5 Q. .u iV> BJUGS& Co;. S /, .abo always kept on band.., _: .tUii s.tU dof bfomiat; !ti.r. MetMt .
of nato. : .' '. mril1e.. julyB-tf S T..AldIILLJ.1J.NEW' JL and customers that tb. bare .
". continual cbanget oar cu : I. 5 S with a larjre'and well selected) BtockrifAND : S Insolvent otlee.' 5. j reently saed*

- ':rN": ,. : Tho, lined Protector"with silk it and.iOl.'ll.a padded'whichtufpendedfrom chemically preparedfor W.55 i 5 S i W ': V aa]_ ,ISAAC S N.C. BUFORD,Administrator of of the E- AJtE now Steam prepared Engines to execute-'promptly Saw Jlilto,Sugar, orders Mill .5 SKYLIGHT wee prepared adUitiens to execute 0-their all'effdenia mackia ryt the.sad shore ass a.v&M,: ',
G. late this
or WilUara 'Ruford
the chest. In .*o agreeable a S COUDt.ld.ceued" and Papa .Grist Mills,. Horse Powers Iron and with aeataesr Our Ifarse
; &* the btsk coven S. : aacI.4lilpatcla. are aB
U becomes and having-filed in my office a written s.g? Brass Castings .and every, variety o(Machinery. !fag ttriUlt.ij@. warranted hilt to leak_ lie tie
- -".;. ,. :taanaer that. ODCe worn, ., anecatity. 5.,.1- : F'NOY GOODs, gestkm of the Insolvency of saL Estate.: This is, CutiDg.Forging and Blacksmith,'fork.Sair Milt 1trn" .to. 'tl "best" week"

.' ..:'::',../,Se)comart.Twrine Protector- ,"altbongbbnt reeently introduetd 'to which the atie tion'.o( the Public is invited.' ..Getting :tny:Goods.direct from the therefore,to notify an persons iacdel duly ..Ste.mboat other repairing. : ,' Ten made accoamadaUac,aad, Covalrj efjm:

:; ', into America making rapid progress through New York' anuract rers I.am, preparet1ofler.my customers",inducement*, both as proved 'and f authenticated m'the. office of the They .will continue'th* mannfactare aDd keep fpQE Subscn"berhep leave to inform eitliens promptly attended '" .1

.:, .... .itb United States, the Canada,:South America' ngatdstjIe and price, that canuot J>e surpassed inChnrleeton. ,or SaTatmah.* '. Judge-f Probate of; for Daval eounty':by.which the seventeenth time constantly on hand,?her variety of Plows Timber S JL Jacksonville and its':vicinity that" he-ttOlcontinues 1 _\Al.Country Roo&njf snifOutterleg. donewiHdispatch. >
,the Wet InditeIt. has for. long time day July .nestensaia"'at Carts Chains,Acy.to which they respectfully invite to keep open his- "
I .and Among'mr assortment maybe fotmd .
will be rata distribution of the atsett of
.. S there a pro 8-1 ,NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY 8TAtJrf i':1
keen a staple article In England and-on the conti- patronages July y : ; S 63 STREET, :
.. aeDt of Europe while it has grown in many toon- : WATCHES ', : BUTTER 'K tVES: FRUIT'.Do, NAPKIN. said. estate'&llloopC the creditors' thereof. S on. Forsyth Street,, second door: west of Dr..BoIs -o1s-sut S .CIiazokItn.L c :
: Jackaouvllle
'. Given-ander hand and the Seal of the Blackimlthlng '
of article of dress RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS, .., :. : my ; Iaod'sresidenee,5.S .
,. : tries to the pavilion an FINE GOLB PATENT LEVERS full jeweled,) Court of Probate Dnval ..at the Ion, : .' 5- 5 H 5
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( county, S.
facts of. English band and mad. Where he is prepared to take pictures in a .
these enquire man.ner Joseph
i;: ;: To demonstrate any W
resident in vicinity Jus knowledge of coin uti.warranted: r : snrpaned by an lie hat spared no ex I
roUT
'"' S seventeenth of ... dealer
LA-rIXES'. day Janoarv. ;
.the' beneficial effect*' of wearing the. 'Protector, >At the former Stand ofSedgwick.T717RNIS11ES penis .in fitting 1Ip his. having a splendid ,5.
-.. :, of kind. The (with A without hunting eAsed I \ CUTLERY., S S FEL1XSLININGSTONS : Piunghs of reception' room for ladies fitted in a Mal and PaintsGIIsaNdtIau '
-tTuoV.ucocRae O nocToe1G ally P sJl kinds TimWr CarJT up :
LEVERS do. do. of
SILVER PATENT Jon20-6m Judge Probate Daval County '
;. r'.ostof wearing these articleslia mere trifle, and DETACHED do. do.: }'rotntbe celebrated Manufactory of Geo..Wostcn- triages, Carts; Chains,for Mills,Jdill work of tasteful .,.besides his large Ins Skyfignt;*as>-! 5. Jf S.v II .YNE-8TRur, 'j

: r : one'will last toma years. No o: who 'values'the a LAPINES d ,
.".' health of tiroself or Us family will be'wl1hoat DOOR OF.THE JtfWJON,.!A.Wonderful IdrP.micD1&r atUntien paid to Steam Boat and clear or:cloudy weather. JUe feels1 conadeat of TIEBPScosstaztIy elresis/sps.ru1atP1t
be warranted
them. The H piUla la this country are not alone S From good .nrekerawhich'will, POCKET-KNIVES, SCISSORS,.SHEARS- Discovery has been rej tff*;made by Dr. Curtis Saw Mill reparing.. Wheelwrighting done at sbor- giving satisfaction to all.who"may favor him wit* flS PAINTS and OILS of an ki 4f,-TAR5. .
ncommoniliag them but rapidly introducing them.. good time keepers i RAZORS,:.:; of this city,ia the IreaSnSit of Cbnsnmption Asthma test notice.A1l; orders left at the store of S. aealL lie it thankful'for past favon,and hopes ISHES WINDOW GLASS and SA8H.SrT8< .

.1. -' 'DQur1.-BcWI1"A Co..of Lundoo;and MaD S J VELRY"I. j jConI FANCY 'GOODS J and all disease of tO.Lhng.'We refer to"Dr. Williams will be promptly aileaded to; to receive a eontinaaaea' the samel Those who -TCRPKNTISE SPIRIT OAS COTTON **OOT* .

: -..: .ter, England, were orijpnullx entrusted with the rf *1 Curtis' Uygeanaor Inhaling Hygeana' Vapor and 'X 19-it 'J.APARMAR.5Teib do not;want pictures are respectfully invited* [GIN FIXTURES; GLUE and BRUSHES rf erioas -
the lamented iag Such CORALS/ ,PORTE' MONIES ACCORDIONS ",With this method Dr. has S call and his and .: .
:' manufacture oT tbe Protectors, by : FOB AND VEST CHAINS.CHATELAINS :' Cherry Syrup. new C. exammg rooms specimens.July8tf !((05:23-37- ,
I Dr.'Cooper,and continue to manufacture according' GOLD GOARDS PERFUMERY LTJBINS1 AND restored many afflicted ones to"perfect btalth; as : ] 1 __ M.W.GKA VES. kinds.Fras S
LOCKETS BRACELETS; .._ c'
: and therefore ; / OTHER EXTRACTS..FANCY.SOAP8. evidence of which be hat innumerable'eerfifl
: to hit original inbtroctiops: .reoom- an '" r 'TII..p80
: j
/:1lIulDd those whd would wear"The Protectors,1. ,' to PENCILS DIAMOND;CROSSES RINGS ,"KEYS REGARD, SEALS Do., "' S .... PAPIER-MACIlEE"JEWEL.CA.; caie*,*. .-peakingof the treatment, a physician remarks fpUE UNDERSIGNED, .snocewori to ham THE PAVILION. HOTEL; 'rthro.p AND : ., :1

a ..; tee to their being genuine.Rcacxtta .I S GOLD'T1IfBLSLEE"E; SESROSBWOODWORKBOXES. .It U evident that inhaling- ooatanlly .JL TIMUICS, No.3. Holmes Building, have' In Nqrlh.Jr ut toner Meeting 4Joc7-.!Iv ;

tms n A stAsut .unCLE 'XDXO' .. AND COLLOR BUTTONS- PORTABLES .. breathing an agreeable,healing vapor, the medicinal store aDd for s&1eA.ENRAL.A8STMENT, .CHARLESTON$, S. C. COMMISSION MERCHANTSJLdgtJ SS
ttht&JT MfDlcOJtt. S CUFF PINS : WRITIFG DESKS properties must come in direct contact with .01 The S nnd rignad beg respectfully inform bit North}1-7urif; :5S
PRICES STUDS RETICULES*FANS, COMBS, the whole of the aria cavity of tht lung, and thus ;
RETAIL .Chsrkjt '
nnmerousfriend. and the .s (X _'
BROOCHES, BAR RINGS S MERCHANDIZEtrConfuting lrsr.lingpibllm generally .
Gurr1 SIZE -' .. -,. 'l,50oacl S aLAS.SES BRUS11ESTHERS escape the many and varied changeiritrodiiced upon .rzD'x !.' 5. '
:0. GOLD SPECTACLES,EYE S that notwithstanding the' recent fire tithe L5f4Z5 r 5PtrzISTxxN. ;.
W ll:11' .' -: t- .. -. 1,00 .d* S MOMETERS, CIIILDRENS'S them when introduced into the-stomach,and .of.:Dry Ocadj, :Groceries,, Provisioas, of his be vtuaL '
SETT RINONS rear premise M.: at to
PLAIN AND ,
.Bora'. .t.3Iwu' da .- -' .,,. 75 dalIIARCOURT. SCARF PINS' Ac.-, .TOYS TEA BELLS-. __ subjected to the process of''digestion. The Hy Hardware and Cutlery Crockery, and Glassware: offer the best accommodations to all who pnptrfd faro ..,GU., McrcUaiit** u'ct. a I'If,:
I' .BRADLEY'.A:CO; CHILDREN'S LOOPS ,. Together with' various other articles. too numerous stint it for sale at all the drnggisttthroughout Hats and Caps Boots aDd Shoes Saddlery, and a him with their patronage the bouse and taay imitate* S S CMrtutos5,..'. -. .

23 An fitrcet A102 Nassau Street SILVER 'VAR to mention.S .the tountry.- q." S ''. large anortment aC Books and Stationery,and all having been thoroughly cleaned: and renovated.Ht -'i1T'." ** rntccs.- j'... '._.I'
; '. New-York u... COMPRISING S DINING AND DESSERT BCLOCKS. ,WATCHES,and JEWELRY, # I N. .TFlc.1 '.' .. ijther articles' jgitl4 tms trade; to which they allOt returns his sincere thank for tbe liberal THE uod.rsgusiio.et. ; ',.'. <
:, Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood Street Ckeaptidt, FORKSTABLEDESSERT AND TEA SPOOKS thoroughly; repaired and varranUd.at Vt.fhortctnotice .: S The Inhamis orcroa the breast under the Bni invite the attention of the public,'anil ask:tkem to support be hat'received, and pledge'himself to ttfUuated in King Strett;sobcit from tk.tn,"> :' .;.

: London, Manufactory.:44 M4rlul'&I' d .Man- SUGAR SCOOPS,. SALT AND MUSTARD Do, /TERMS: CA H.f.'l0: en witboutjb&east lu jnvenieace-the1aeal.oC: call and :'examine.- their stock 'before purchasing ] spare no expense or exertion to deserve fccentiaaaoce bngpebrmea. bar of patnoac s BOSZd:'! .SpedooisgingiucerhOets.euI5 :.
r; thttttr, England. ite. body belng sufficient to evap rat, the l !d. elsewhere, as they' Salter themselves that they I of the palroaare.t.ha&h* been #i-.
,,rPT-: .'.1L B.A Cur are ectablishiiig-Depots fur the sa<* '" -, v Hundred CASES. of CURES like the following -_ can sell as low'M any.one else;for :'cash or country towards him.' *' to' largely.' extended -. JulyS JD..UJIES. f..1IE1SY.1 _' I IS
,4 .- .ef*$*-Protectoi in all pant of America. Physician might be named. OD Paekage.ot.HlIeana produce. S i &ov.is -s 'n..L, BUTTERFIELD;' : *, urgeuns. Drnggii.U, Clothiers Dry Good, has cured me of the ASTHMA" ,of., x yean ttandIng. -' hI- URTO I IL'W'OB.\VES; -_ S D.3UX1Ir1; .
r, Merchants,lUUers auJ Milliners,atai Gentlemen's :New Goods! New :Goods !: f \ '' t7 N.-M'WG.i'1roa, : respectfully Jt Kolmess .Cemer.Ie.tInIWneSirii S .
.
entreated with the ; P. Jlf. Dunctmnon Pa- S ,
I. Ju"F.'See.berry, tf \
are .
'T roi hiog Store-Keepers .. .
inform the publie that be still continues the JulyS '
100 ir : 1 .
.f 5/rtrfrJvVi
.boluaIe and retail Distribution of tbm"and to : I am cored nf tbe ASTHMA.of |0 years stand S ; ;
:' .whom liberal terms are offered lot taoir enterprise .,' Al\.LllLt1t ,&. OEG uig by Dr,Curtis' Hygenn, '. SS one'dobr.-west. "DAGTJ.B1UlEAN.BU31NESS.of Dr.11. D; Holland's residenc. ITTILL ptfynarticnlar at.f.a a'i"l&1eiotYel'V -S S : ,MILLS flOUS .' ,,_ :'.: -

.and a splendid opportunity opera to them for safe "-. Margaret Eattrn.'Brooklyn. JWI" JackjwnvineJaly8'l834. ,.u' 5tcro '. low'Pine Lrirmner =Live Oak, and S TIIOSAS&.MCKERSONS .. ':'r. ".
Bad profitable buiaecs. ..; 'Mrs.. Paul 'of No.6: Mainmond, >' Y, was other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE and ,CesnsrenM.eiing irad Queenlltmt '.. 1..f
-. .. lot,terms. 'Pply to .4 Hate:just received' their Fall. tupy of .Merchandise, consisting oCPDnrrERrE \ cured of a severe cas. of Bronchctis' "by tho tHygeanaT .b.ea.p : : to order for purchaslaghIERCHANDISL >ly8. Charlatan.S.C.: _. ,:. .. 55 5S .I

llAltcOrRT,1IUI1LEY..t CO1p. : : : :' : : '" -., T .HENRY E.bVCLAUKa : _July 14 ; 2Rockeflbaugh1 !:r --VAV1LIONHOTEL- T '- .
';,7; .38.Ann Street,Ji.w.York.U.?S.I ." .j .MiB PiflV1MOR.S. ; ,' My sister has been cured of a DISTRESSING ," 'BeyStreetnpHE ", 1I.L.5BUTtRFrLU SS
.? ." ;.' COUGH several years standing,'and decided to Subscriber has received=large and elegant S."H,_ : ..; ..-. 1'L.
: "
-I 'A 'arul",. 1 S CORK. ;. FLOVRBACOM.' PORK HAMS BUTTER. UARD.4C..4C- be int-nreable by her Physician. She was CURED -L :assortment of GOODS'of different kindii S rDoU"ftt.JniIJtd; Hatelts;* : :; .r
f
S S
-.je1syjot1trbornotIn .your'mini .th* : .- :with' iifl supply of FAMILYGROCERIES.: in ONE MONTH by the Hygeana .. tiered by himself! ,and particularly adapted tothewaaU GZUaiL S : JMy3' ". : CharlutoKfSJt. '.'t?: M
S : '
S -
fr teD1 DOt or. ophl. that a, disease will .' J.J.mGavbertfp.Rielmomuiltf&) of this section of the country. .,.,-respicttuSy CQXMjOiflpH4N'F.. f1, Notice. -T. .
c r.- get cured uf U< lfWthAt you can cure it'with.certola flry4JOods S Price threeThiHart a,Package-Sold. by CURTIS invites a call from his old customers,and the stt.utlosiwiWbe'given:to'tale*of TUB.co.P Ir BR8HU; Mderstn*'trm-er) -'

uMdicUof for a few dollar*} Ifewsxe ww yon : 5 ; S Slc A PERKINS 4. BOYD:A 'PAUL.:o. ,.149 public generally. His stock JD8 1t in part,of;'i' CAREFUI Ric.Sugar''L.... TimbinV and PICKKSr ACO, is Uie.rmlvedl $" t--.
t tamper with yoafgtawsl... :. : *"""- "+ ri/l ell 'Chambers st,N. Y.- -4 Packiges.sentfree by express STAPLE AND FANCY.DRY GOODS GROCER. 5/other Southern ProdaceAtoo,MerchandiM .The satUemaat.mmtI.affairs. by sntasl '. ;;
T*wild and vicious yonthf,"1IrwiU yon persist: : .t) :.:.Ofi,PJILVTS y. large; and i as 9ed't. !, ; -.s.f, : '; to any part of the t'niudStates for Ten Doll IES. ,HARDWARE,CUTLERY..WOOD AND/. chased on most adrtattgtont term '...july&AfWEBukeiv pur- agreement.devolves s anuWItLI M_TCaSOtowlwm : '.

in during with the filthy iuweating omioun4U daily .. Ginghams SheetingXimjiis ; :BonneLRibbn .N._: B.--Dr. Gnrtis"HygeanaIl ORIGINAL CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS,/AND all"penoo*fcattrs;.auadsS r fcesns;&a S S.
profltired thereby impairingyonr appetio and: ,.. > i" and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE, all others arebuftmmltaliolllor.Yile SHOES.;HATS CAPSFANCY : : ; debted. are'rel.rrect'f'" ..h.i4 .
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digettion and destroying yo4 mentally at well at' DeLalus :'; :' :Shtrting, Orasli, TaffetoS i .' and INJURIOUS coun ARTICLES MCSICALISSTBCMESTS,' S 5 WILLIAIf3itVa- .:
be cared.with few do.tetof terfeits.Shun them as would POISON. "' SHIP BROKER ANDtGESERAL '. Q.-PUiCUn.1a.; S
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.physically j>Uatant' .you diuinei? 'Alpaaw,7; ; -,5rt"'Pnabiirgs, .Hosiery,: .Florence.Silks, -' '..Fsrsaleby.MILLER- ,; :\:'. \. ._ .5 S-S. ,AU of" the PERI'VMERt'.o'M-U above Goods will U sold coIsgaedtermiaaatanybouabthisc1ty. 0,0 M,H.i s. 'SIGN MRR: S uu AX r : :._: .. <.At,P' 3t.t.18H._ S. 14: .

': .You.whoare that aaooytd and wlah,to'.be resiored Cashmeres. ;.Dress TrimmingHandkerchiefs, 'Lady's Collars 5- t McCttEN..Bay IL.-noy.bero .-" : '. sly.1 SaraniuA,.G. V i 'tt.; .S"I. .. 2p ,41': J
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frt to beata aDJ vigor by a treatment 'at torn e. S S ri 'JaJy22If HCHAKLES ,'.IL.CLARKS I ; .
pleasant'and efibctuaV shomld:.consnU Dr. MOltS -; J3lanke484i&c.Y: S To,:Persons S ut' Employment;. NEW STORE. .' "'0 Ml1* lV ,,:'" .

.EIS Hit 10,"-111 chronici'diseasehatbeengreater : 'AGENTYANTfiD. S DaWALUl:: .. : PucerocerieskProvisiinIUTILLER Cootmue.to*basuwss bretofoi' *rrfe T ss-' .

'. : than that vf aay t"u.ph,.cWa bf his day.' S : 'cLef: Tf-i:lM.G': ., S In:Ecfrtjr tlon'(/ l f United Stateis: 5- : Xlany who have been for years afflicted'wiih dia- SACKS S The most Eiegaht and Vaefi4VohnmththiYear, -- .'. 1kksnvi&::FIa Au55 -ontinr new stock af., : ._ and tenders- ,to ail friends. &..Twewatof:birm5p.yIcS .'' 1
A fine awiortment or\'ESTSs fine COATS.BUSINF. ? COATS, and SACKSTEES OVERCOATS
S ease or eqUiIlL'el .lI1tia .crOlla. exc. baV SHIRTS!CNDERSniRTS ERS COLLARS eRA v SEARS'.qREAT.WOHK,ON+BUSSIA. iL'E .in tinylp; r\t>f.the'Connty'.at&ided toe .CHOICE F MILYf!GROCERIES' SS ,. :.-: --\tlLlJAM'JCm5. ..-'r- ..
1: S, 1Ieaor0ai0r04 to health anl vigor;ndr bit really. S ,. .DRA VV ArS"-STOCKS, Ac.; Jlhut Ud S .z S S S '-"- ; .)2z35 "
pnblishedf.an r Description (
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S aDd respectfully sollcaed / V"\"i AND i'PROVISIONS
S JUST S. JWALI..LA'V' .
.',. .ideiitioeirtiatment.. SbooU pertonal .Inlorri*w b* objectiooable, : W aHt 5: RDSSIAN EMl'IRE.- ing a Physical, : Goods sent to the snhscriber-eommnis.ivo.itb- at t tbeir New- Store la Somers' New Block oDB&.treea. S .5 N.", o:. :.

disease a tA,wriUngndot* fire' dollars .S .. ,4". ..<- .. .. '. . and PoUUcaIh1letaryf ita'G6f1lJ1meota. Pro:' er for priate.or auction disposal .iDbe-q.ieldi which the/ win.sell. cheap for ;aadCASH. :. . rACTCOMMISSIOH <. S .. v
t" tat T rrvvT.M1AST'RE.KELEflS..covere4i.: FLOUR and SUGAR vencies Productions, 'Retoarcci\Imperial' GOT* attended to and amuunts forwsjded. .The -' '-.
f-addreM Dt. \: II.MORRIS, through th*' Post- TDBSi'CedarViii Wn.>4.: ; speedily ONLY.. IERCKLXI.
2: ; '.oe,SvnaAt,-&*,, asd a package uedfoiaesV ,\tf:;jBOXES"AXE1.HELVES;.WASH'BOARDS, jifARKET Mtant,Religion.People% ;.;Muners Custom*, An.' number,dyes,, -Auctioneer(and otherwise. "CORN, FLOUR, PORK BACON HAMS -
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eardyput np, ill be teat privately' andwith '" : .. i..tWr... j 1. "u : -' \. ..Cbrte.toe.S.c'W' 5- .
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and_ .' ..f u : Ltd ol'e..D recommendations BUTTER,-CHEESE, SUGARS, ESLtiItCSL .',
::4e3p4faUcdirdUoniIherewhb, ,all }. d' '.! f"'fiil1.uaa .\ sources'. Embellished with about 200 Engravings should'beutate himself & WsaJtTayfcr.t' <'

ttoat asked: diataoca/afiicteJ with Scro- '. .., < ', .{. A.'Jargs.utt cIuil'1eti 'assortment ota1tLnda( ..'. ._ ".'.*?;.;aS : ..... ,and'Msps of European and'Aitatio Russia commercial house at the'concerning place of bis r fidoee.any'_. for.the. _Wholesale S 55 hIOLA8SE3,4c.-dc.-trade. '. [nbv.25-tf n S ',R..WalnrbtBacou. ..1 T.. J: .,:
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,-, 'felt; Old Ut,Tetter Cancers Piles diMtte, Fittala what iGre.t : : mjo mtr..1 m \ ," .; .,- 10. :'...'";;-' ''t note of about 700 pa elegantly. and.substantially .; street. ,on the.rrnt dhtrict,-where his AucUoo bm'siness I '_Hoe ft Co. Patent-Crundaws., '. S NEUFFER( ,, IIENDRIX Co*,_ .' .

An Strict.1'M Gleets,or any character wIlG .;. :: : -. :: bonnd-c Retail price, *.. :; is aUo'tit present conducted, and where he. '-PUB Subecribe..1D&JIufactun fcnt1tbsrbeit: .COMMISSION MERCHAJTTtV? '. '

r. .Ienr. of an ggraatod or malignant. ,tan :'. ,IJRtSUr.s' OAPSrMKR Y;: c1C ":; :;.This' work hat been'several- .an la preparetloo -' keeps on hand ell the most reasonable trtnt.S ,- L5 Cast StselCIRCULARSAWSjfxent two 55 5 for the sal*oT : S. '- <,rV
: \v"'" :k*cured at boat by eotrfulting Dr, ilORBIS. by : -. r > ; coLc1aNEs5.&c.,- ? ;: >,* f ; */and will,' it is believed*ueevu tb.; fallen: .RAM. JL 1 GROCERIES JUJD:PROVISIONS, iaeh s to eighty'IneaM S ". 'totter part paid endndngm fee. -isr" ; : 'of the wprd'ths.sjmt arel:.hardened and tempered and are and ; .
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,% \< .It any nan ef the United EUtosP : S .ri of a aDd therefore much 'GEc.- U 01T-k-CO.f': : ,
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of 'b1te' resources oceupy large aportioa.1)fTtbo purpoce. are; I those .5- 55 5fe9d
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::9:. 'tjul complaint .LadMt who"may b* afflicted Granite: ,)Mulberrand? )IaziA..etts, Glscrware;" Preserve.and Fruit Dishes,mil sfyle tad qu.Utlcs of { TT kLAtNGU..N46O462and4M, they,are rtreagta* .
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.. '&-7.lflngamtthe Womb wnid de- S HARDWARE, -* ; :V T known. thfttt of anerEuropesaasUon., ,, fS.UJRTS.COLLARS, STOCKS,Ac,forth* tup- .donut.become:;heated or bckle4 sad SPhRl1CA8ckNDCAMPHEB,5"
S .en is lay MifU aQ.(else> deleeaey.'aail ptomctl. goods v t < LSQ' ply or.Gcnt..Farn1lhlnr Heuset-thronghont the produce a'great tavug'la'timber/'"' .. : "'' th.Lape14IreiFduaisftt-th.; 5isasaiaoI "<

!- "onsmUta*Doctor. Cares-warranted. S .5 Zprejtsyft.ptDUtlemtndiOt4bisznaTke. ." for5bnUdlng5AmtMili5 .4- y. 'A:deeplfir CiakrelUnr S- ofume7'.Diiti ''5THE' .Unit S totofcr ,QrmJers1romaoy.. .pad of the.UnionwUtbfilled They ale msnulaetore,Cart Steel MfiV.'Fttlnd .m .: -.r. ------ : .I'sncISi5- H .. "
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lZ4fl'kttmrs la rocetveao pnrpoew promptly. : .... Cress Cat i AJiiiricaJiWhit '
( REMARkABLEADvENTURES"OFCELii.B1iATED Saw*; and Billot 'Gl.riw eaej.Itf f'.tI <
S taaiit. aelosiag a O ft.*. Address r"l'f1LI.. r. WINES'LIQUORS, 5 : .' : ... PERSONS,". : 4nbraclnc-the Romantio ,' Having'been long .iarod1l this busin* ,'aDd1I'anar all of,which they-bar* for eMs,' or they.. :: -/ef j* .rrlimdj;,Linseed 's -!;
.MotlU u I Ineldents"sndadvOlmteiTray.fteA4YetlsertpySigef Ia tbe Li of dred"!the largest Houses in the country, U e .araed of the piteeipal BudwueIIOw..a. ircbastab.nStaks . -
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pesdaIonamssM staase; ", Jul/23-gy S >: __ :.u.'E 'poRTER. nMr 10N 'ClJURt) kt ,.- '- at-' .. < .' ; Statesmen,JGeiierBKfPjincet-: *, piutfatC8 in price'Pd qualify' ".. aeriLI-tf &-, -. .', S SS : ., ..
S i THE I SUBSCRIBERS .ajn;be found:/or the presentc-ja tba.w'ai14batre for temporary ; :Ao, emlaeat S .r. : -. .JLUOL1b.CO -2 ., "
Ia thC tlremit Court of tbe Eastera nssnaibesii*of&lit eld stand d tzoye4bpdr...: Thef..bopetoppM 1be.ari855hmth.isrr.aol in the.history-.JBarope and America,. Including. TIJf.RECEIVBUBsrhCAaNkQL 19&31GaM8tr.et.: 'AbLEao.NAwA1- .
,'- :Circuit of Florida. 1 .W.fi'.,P0'0m' eca "aH B I v Ittreetalw"h: Is sow tecnnr .<.f trtdmnv'- ., -;4ee 21EX'rRAEI1JdCATTEE1SAV .- Skatcbet of over fifty celebrated heroic enaiactera '.rroIlSNe"York;: :: -.- : 'Mr PubHrters r....pert.a will latest : -II5)1".8t '".'
;. w S Beaatifalty iUattrated with numerous engravings.: : "HIRAAT SMmirjfWUBila>bitadhatf, dO., thtfadvfrtlseiiMat three tknes rib ituc notv sod ,Jaly-t', 8.Ct

1 i ,, '* 7i* ChancerBft vcen, $; I '. --- FortWtlaki.P?*., On*vol. S 5 : Doaiu F )1O11COftpl4diflf! T SI -- .I"t.. .- '. : ; BUTTER- CHKB3B'an S. Mrxoa Rupmdtnt '\ivDu..r wwiiMyyjyusMxt1s;: ftniCaslSteet 2d PaLmSka emtd1nsrew&ot.temtdimtgsTh.'EXrNOLL; i38L-V ; .i ; > w. .
V ; : The'tabeoriber'pQUithes number of.tnoat Vat- BUCSWHEAr FLOUR, m hues aad ba'w," I .aatoH&of th.ii bill rot 1 BW ( '
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_jJJ .p zh tUiaf action. tbt Court Eawi/ortbt Portable Saw M5U< ; will proceed.W.tabaoo ;.' ,t ,.S.C.L .oc

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