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

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hi case was desperate, he turned tow the ciml and holding it to his mouth A ClerKynaa.Eleven Cj>ifac Ladles.Weheardyesterdsyofaseriei f to be. Married t u "W.maas Rights.** and himself Into a...hammock{ ,the ..hciaD1eada Deal O aUy wltn tae erring. -.MT

gcicct 1P?octrg.We adjoining thiket and as if from the bung a What trmitful them for essay, editorial and out the hone the does poll down the! -, '. q-

a party of cie out"Come on,my hearty draught without any appearent ex of villaniei oration-for rhyme, reason, rldical* for tu riding gear to the floor,and lay themselves AKMC ASI1WOXTH. '-. -
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: brave boys; now's your ; we will sondispatth ertion. perpetrated recently by'a wolf in sheep. fancy, and philosophy, Is on. their usual bedsteads. Chocolate and '
most cheerfully aoeept for ow paper aayiU these few, and then attack the Yet with all his strength be &a verpeacefully clothing,of a chaatdei'tobnlng the reveres s. I.rlu cigars are repeated.TO. Could we but for a rnossentSjwjji' S

Augusta CoiutUutiimalut 4KtpMie. the main body'" at the same time rushing at disposed man, and never unposler, if canghfrta the penitentiary. Ibe o"Woma'.1hta"I Apr .h the tell from the' human heart what awful, I .
tribute to Southern kindness mae we JI leUr from a poetical mysteries would be revealed! 'C Ii14I,, ,
S Mlowing graceful the with the fury of an enraged use of his power, except m case of thiuamoesJoh1awardWilsonand1u,
S sad hospitality,sent a by a lady, through th drn sity about his vocations or in de been preaching aonw time past at Cle friend who resides somewhere la the Detghbo 1AM.K. but read 'the secret ifideRblr'csgravca ,

Poet Ocstpr to .and to our clime.S They did not Wait to him but fence of the uua. On occasions of outbreaks viot Being endowed wt softoily tongue Malone, N. T.(Ochone! the itockt and the other .N.Ukeaay oats, tharpca year daws, there how very much that ire haft Jaab4

Kay the pleasing the has received in- fled precipitately to te en tps panic at public gatherings, he was better and a sleek appearaace, tried his kiing m.1 stones of that same Malone!I I which Caterwaal aow jut as feed M 70*MB t upon with indignation 'and' contempt.;' .' S

dais repetition Imp Wheresoever she struck and dismayed. upon the a rushing in and preserving the public accomplished fkrflii&atoly among verses about."Thorn Wlatl know iwUimg vetoes oaka
a skies o bright above her, and traitorous villain W.. Francisco was abut peace than all the conservative authorities unmarried belief of that suburban Tillage bea bothering Senate and HOBS*,It thai OonrIIDf..ts. and with kindness I Many, yerysymaybatefallenyesfronitheyeryjdm.

.b may b I to dispatch him,but be begged and on the ground.Although wit such sufleesajtha% lj* engaged himsel Who ua1.'tr wearing w.! 7'
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surround S S b CDtt HOBMS&M'-Ia. .
kapplnetf he.J1..ten KPigtan dsxof Dune and honor to the
married toot unparaBeted
hard for his ILJe; he forgave him, and he man KM some .
that uneduct 1 o t t.ren With some slight alterations, .veatare t* extract Md pea-htts 1U. aVs UmtfaO.T depths of vice'and wretbednes ,>tUa->
told him to secrete him the eight horseswhichthesoldiershadleftbehindthem. of a whom he borrowed fr upon w
S strn naturl st.nd kid a passage or two, under however, think of that Gstoitud.g to bite bat know the many temptation which
He was pretence making necessary
The bright and glorious South-what land cuiivingthatTaritonhaddjspatcbedtwoothedragoons Per di6pition. his anecdotes and stories toward housekeeping.U Of arrmets young that we won't l responsible for p which Th! bill ywi cooked-.p with nab later and ton I IA hare crowded themselves'upoa their'path t .

5ofavcredistbloeownl in search of him, he made off int of the war mn, of which he possessed a rich lady he obtained $ O), which be laid betweeb they may contain, and only endorse the verses as K.N. did we but know the flattering inducements '

Thou Itt forth a.elm. hand the adjoining and while they fund rendered him a welcome guest in the the leaves of a Bible in her parlor, to bused clever and quotable. Should it be necessary tour pretty for a Governor he I held to their view by loved and professed 'S\ \"'

And all who will may come.Tes pod at the wo, ,like an old fox, stop first families of the State. His industrious the day previous to the but pnDanCet,, we stand ready to hand the Thu to pronoroo on UM laws that 1"pan loving ones, thoughtless of the fearful coo-

bled upon their rear, and successfully evaded and temperate together with! wben upon bearing of the weding thsanctimonious clprt over "nUl the (as Pat says) of Squirting away with"trtguxj," sequences which might ensue, aDd.& ;
come, and find Icind hearts and true, their vigilance. The next day he went to his kind disposition, himniany friends ? Lothario she looked in the the ladies he has Ccy Till.v.ry man-jack of you looks Ex.aa an I all, did we but realize the unutterable.-aa- : S

That greet.iO hearty cheer tAnd W. for hia horses he demanded two of and through their influence be was hiding place the bank bills were none/. guish( which oftimes 'takes possessi .t .
; [ "Do ye favor the creed Nut tiling"'U thai to tarn wt lid i that sensitive soul conscience. '
M7 LorinjIi
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candent frtc however/cir, them for his services, and generous inten ed Sergeant at-arms of the arpint- The manner which led to the discovery make laws, preach and duty :
Tat aould would demand
Might weU sought oat here. Finding his situation dangerous, House of Delegates in which senic of his multifarious engagements was that a plea 1 1a ometUng' & .Ie41OIMthbtc vajut, our pity and. sympathy; .

ton.surrounded by enemies, where he died in 1836, and was buried with couple of the betrothed met by accident I 0. humanity owes its chief good Deprecate'd.pl/jour go/tag/ a-aihtog and instead of awakening painful recollections

Thou art,indeed,the Stranger's Friend, ought to have found friends Francisco was honors in the public burying militar a fashionable dry goods establishments To the heart in the bodice,the head b the hood. Tour Uop raae,h-poeriUi drank on a'. do all in our power'to mitigate .
gud their Thus would be l.
And offe rest him home, compelled to male it and left Richmond. this city. After they [Editor interrupt That couplet is a woes. we d.to. ovoid
S rit.ion 1,1 Give him
mutu ptt. a lessee, then,Into majority, in look,thought,and deed,everything 1.
Where rich &p,1 peace may blend, with his six horses, intended to proceeded to emine nriou and pretty one,Mr.Poet, a fatal admission.In .
Show him ., that wou'd offence
rveng THE LITTLE MENDICANT that h bat a papptt is powrt g've or cause thrfllof
And none f&r rJrht bm&elfupon'V-at a future time, ; make purchases. Singularly enough their fact 10U' out court,as S
."amtteouel We surrounded
I that o Lintel on hIgh by tin K.N.aattoritT, pain. are by seoaitiv*
ordained that assimilated
"Providenc OR TUE OF PERSEVERANCE.In tastes so exactly young the
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a REl.LT say hearts which one careless word fill
South! I lore thy skies- Outofob.curityfoeabthfbour! might
should his executioner for he broke number remarked to
sunny not b dy one young lady .Truth, virtue and wisdom In her sweetly blend, with corroding grief.Akindwordis.Indeedasnafl .,.
S b&atial-; his neck by fall from one of the verybora.J the year 1510, a lonely orphan boy of that she thought it was very strg- Her lp without gi.,her tongue..ithourDI"Edilo.There Tber.for.KlIk.nsy eati iharpM TOW claws, thing
Thy forest trees-thy Oaks and r e eight old, who had no friend or means Hereupon young lady number ;
er ( again.] thriU to the bleeding hearts what relief tit
yet a
you now jutt M u 70 '
That grows so strangely wild.I Many other anecdotes are told of Francisco of went along the high road lead tha so it was;but if she (young lady num C 3
support "As la the of Know nothing veto**OD bow nothlaglawitSenate buoys the sinking hearty and nerves It .
our guardian angels
illustrative of his immense could secret she would baU. We
strengthand of and one) keep a
,weary, hungry,
in Pas tel when the strife against despair. Sunny smiles ofttiasjs
lore flowers tints rare, At Camden where her They pillow our we ; and Houe, flz that goveraoc ass t may ;
thy 1 personal begging a of black bread of one.
o prowess. ad They soothe us in sorrow, inspire us with truth, conceal heart that is even now breaking -
Of every shade and hue Gates was debated, and after running along whichwhen the charitable added to its scrap Nomhr one promised (what femenine And win back to virtue the wayward in youth and wears the semblance of joy the

Nor can with thine O1reI a road some ditance he sat down to rest of cheese, or a raw onion, he gladly ?) that her lips should eternally But 0, how they hobble when,changing their views. Prom 1M Xos *sif C.ma.ss.XIGUT. sffectnally to conceal its wretch.more' A

kinds and uMer, too. himself. He was accosted by a his He was going to Paris mae sealed when blushing like a poeny, her; They talk of their rights (tights 7) and walk b kind word dispel the and heal .
British dragoon who presented a pistol he rpt where else to wandering companion whishered in her ear that she men's.bol at nuM ..1VIo&.L may gloom a'
go the wounded spirit .T
and "the I'Mark
I love thy dancing brooks and ritln, and demanded his immediate surrender.ills .- on, a the poor and desolate often do, t was going to be married. To A. doctors sit in &"cauC. save vote at and souls.polls, Night It the time for net I that aad and lonely in whose* e '

That steal through forest tracks; gun being empty, be feigned submission the great and gay metropolis.The To whom ?" exclaimed the excited num Be ".1ect" &d P&1"spout" in bI balls I To Bow eweet round wbea labon sims breael eye tear-drops often tremble.ODe Listen; to 4
aa chlag
I love D .thy sunny hll. and said he would surrender, at the child met a monk travelling the her one. ([ are hushing up nursery squalls) The gather curtaIn of repose the low sigh that struggle to hide the soul's .

Which send the echoes back. lam remarking, that bu gun was no same way, with whom he joined company. Another promise of secresy andjthe name To sit on the bench, and'plea at the bar Stretch the tired limbs, sad Uj the bud emotion'yet' speaks more plainly than

further use to him, he presented it side- The monk probably found him an intel- of the Rev.John Howard Wilson was softly Wit* l"Cat.before think of itt I have* seen. ot1 Down on ow own denghtfU bed words can tell, of the agony that rand fi
thine air, warm and still, the who in reaching for and breathed. Pray wht 101 Mongomar.
I lore 1 was t t.rpr. gent little companion; a they C e e a within. S : .1
That beckons O the Spg. it, threw his guard; when Francisco ed on he taught the boy the alphabet, and "Who ?" exclaimed number one, while Dame Nature may stray from her custom some- How sum and beautiful U the evening how I IA There Is indeed bitterness thefor-thi' .

And flowers come lagh and fill quick a thought, ran him through even the art of forming letters into words. her earnest gaze betokened her astonish- te" solemn and holy stillness fe oa earth and Ihw world may not heed ; look :

With gladness-everything. with the bayonet, and, a he fell from his The key of knowledge was thus presnte memt plague a few wo..e with masculine mlDc become robed in graadewi th* night dews with scornful gaze, or 1t-IDa'iTen.otter ,
horse he mounted him and continued his little medicant and The name was again and forth And muulne features with huge whisker
to cod and
poor son rpated But. for a' that" Mr. Barnum!" gently taU and the air ha become refreshing. coldness. Is it not -f4
But, mott o&II I love those heutf retreat. Overtaking his commanding officer made use of it How little did the with young lady sud a man as angels of mercy>to that benighted. de .

Which feel or other's woes; Colonel Mayo,of Powhattan, he gave monk think that, while gnaturd denly dizzy, and but for the application oftal The Lazy Man's Paradise. The little bIrds tired with their warbUnt. hire spending heart -to soothe its desponden s .

sympathy up the for which act of generositythe structor's name should be unheard of, that ; vola tile and-col water,a fainting exhibition Gibbon's of bis and There
That generous ip&r anima In Lieut. account exploration folded their tiny wing Ia placid elumber, and will 7, point to a brighter hope.
A joj ht little knows., \ presented him witha of the poor mendicant pupil should b recorded in the establishment would of the valley of the Amazon, or their maUD II music in a kindly word that can soften '. ***
thousand acres of land in Kentucky.The centuries afterwards I have ensued. After a while, when sufficiently tune lays with renovated vigor, antrenewed
rather of one of its main branches, the the hardest heart; and when once the bet ;if! ,
Who fptaJtt Oat word-ftrformt that act, following anecdote exemplify his On entering Paris, the boy fell among calm to explain, she informed young tfaderia river, (executive document No. 36)] tplendor. ter feelings are roused there is hope. _., 'S
Of kindness and of love 1 peaceful nt.uI and his strength,is also told the students of the university, who were a lay number two that she, too was underan I from tho Pacific side, we find the following The buy hum of Industry hat ... The A harsh or. unfeeling word'b1a1 fall Eke

For tome poor soul,whose CU4Ul HEED of Frncs. How true it ie, we cannot rather riotous party ; and a it wan the engagement of marriage to time reverend I account of the daily life of a Creole family .i din of the Smith'i hammer i* no longer heard a withering curse, and urge on to despair .

sympathy aDd love. '. say, tell it a it was told to us hour of recreation, they fancied 1 little i Pierre deceiver, and she was then making perchases I in the town of Santa Cruz the.capital of upon the anvil, aDd the hanh saw of the carpenter thousand who otherwise might be reclaim s

I many years ag while he was living in would prove a passive subject for their idle of her wedding garments. Another he Bolivian department of that.name is at rut.'lb. ed. Thereof u it our duty to ,be kind to

Thou noble South-Heaven tiers thy sons, Buckingham Virginia: sport. But some of them, seeing he was kettle of fish was the consequence of this for a lazy man, Santa Croix de Bolivia workmma II rvdlBtag .s kU >deHgIitfnl all, to the lowest and meanest of God''

And health, sot bounty send; On day while working in his garden he faint with hunger and fatigue, interfered in disclosure, for young lady number two immediately must be a perfect paradise to say nothing bed" and his Implement of liberia laid aside until creatures. It will cost us nothing and a
was accosted bj a stranger who rode up to his behalf, gave him some to eat,and went through the same motions bachelor has of the
And thou e'er note brad of the chance a being ableto morning nm bretketa la the BaIL may be the messenger of peace; comfort, .
The m&11 Strangtr't nl Friel.d the fence, and inquired of him if be knew made him up a bed of the ground as her predecessor, and again the pungent chose partner in a city where thereare The mother peacefully slumbers b? her babe and happiness to desponding, despair
*' uwhere a man by tho name of Franco where they were amusing mixture and cold water were in requisition.The five to Words of love
MA !OIT.aUE. themllc. women one man ; and the babe clings closer end closer to th. breast ing one. and Undersets
lived 1" Pierre desired no more than disconsolate damsels returned without
Very early in the morning the Creole of its doting mother are sweeter dearer, and far more-valoe-
Riing himself from his work, and eye to live thus in fellowship with the students.An their purchases s to the quiet village getting out of bed, throws himself into a Darkness thick darkness Ii able than aught else this cold aeUWl.wor14 ..
fftiscdlong. ing interrogator,who appeared to be one'' ardent desire to learn had been awakened where they speedily proclaimed the villianyof hammock; his wife stretches herself upon OB the sastindth..alseoy.rsd yield to miserable. fallen man. ,' "*"

of tho'half.horses, hatf-altor" breed of in hia mind by the first lessons he had the rascally pastor, who, getting wind bench near by. while! the children, seat with gloom th* sailorboj ? 1

Kentuckians, he replie.el stranger, Ii received and the result of this second accidental that all was diso\cro made tracks b themselves with their legs under them on is slumbering his post| even th. helmsman Is .- What Is Man I : .-I
don't know of name in I was important to him also. ween two week. almost in dreams-
PETER FRANCISCO. any person meeting : pt the chairs all in their night dresses. The
Western Hemisphere tbes parts but m'sel. He proposed to serve them as errand boy Since his exit it has discovered Indian[ servant girl enters with a cup of "Night Is the time for .- What is inan? Is he the bead the body .1

Tie .rDorbe Well, I rckon you the man I want.I II or in any capacity he could, on condition that he some time ago for a note on )Ir. chocolate for eacn member of the family. The gray romance of life, orthe, limbs of the thing commonly called:

.As late as the year 1836, there lived in want to find the great fighting man I've I that they should give him some food and Elliot, of the Concern, After which she brings some coals of fire When truth that is, and" truth that seems, man 7 It is believed now by eminent phy- ',

S Western Virginia a man whoso strengthS heard tell 1 much about. The fellow they some of the learning they possessed. The which was honored. No tidings have been in a ailrer dish. The wife lights her husband Mix a in e fantastic. strife.. e e siologistSa that every portion or member .

.-S 1 remarkable as to win him the title say can whip creation, and Kentucky toboot. offer was accepted. Piem re Larameefursuch her of him since hisabsquatulation.Congressional_ a cigar, then one fur herself. Sometime Night has wrapped her dark mantle o'er the or the body can.act in itself oCitsel haTing '
of the Sampson.I lie knew i ." his received from a distinct ganglionic centre. What
Virginia was family name- Morality is spent reclining Chatting and regal animated face of nature, and the flowers stir .noI'
: nothing of his birth or parentage, but sup I "I can't tell you, stranger, where you'll the students some daily bread and some We were infinitely amused three or four ing. The man slowly puts on his cotton at the passing.win4. member of him then is man-is the man'IIfwedivideasnakeechportionwilhact

.: posed he was born in Portugal,from whenc: find that man, I don't know such a man" lessons. He had no lodging, but slept on in trowsers, woolen coat leather shoes, and ,
weeks joke -
by a Ood is
At stolen a child and carried to said Francisco his work under and served ago keeping midnight vigil over the land andover independent of the other manifesting in .,
i whet ,resuming a the straw or an archway City a number the nice men of Ticuna hat with his neck exposed to the
I His earliest recollections were to the other that the conference,'a ended. his young masters or learned all dy. Not upon be left fresh air -Silk handkerchiefs are scarce the sea, and the spirit of the Guardian Angel such a manner as to indicate the existence
.5 ld. too to un- ,
., bo)'hood in the latter country.Sc. .- But the Rcntuckian was not to be ,lufe. to die of hunger, and to have the of Conges. I was good -lie walks to some neighbor's with whom hovers o'er the ship as it bounds th*mighty deep. or two powers. Which of these two por-

.. Wlo yet a lad, he apprenticed himself to off;, as he would term it "Look'ere lt.rn- learning while he lived, was all the ambition publshed. of followers one of them he again drinks chocolate and smokes. Tt-morrme the darkness of night win recede ions of the animal is the snake-_the mind '
for in for a to the couple merry before the brilliant orb of day thousand will or the snake 7 A cut into pieces one
,*- l captain, sn'n J"ear pay ger, said he, returning charge, of little Pierre, the future doctor of distinguished member Congress from a another cigar. wasp ,
passage to country. On his arrival "what might your given name be?" foMv. the University of Paris, then aimed at a State and the other a' distinguished At mid-day small low table is set in open their eyes at its early clan and thousands the head, one the body with the wings, .

; i time and services were sold to a Mr. name Peter Francisco, at your 8e"ic." This went on for a year; then fol- Buut.her ex-editor, from Kentucky concoc- the middle of the room, and the family goo may have gone to their eternal rest i"Night and one the portion with the sting; the I

Wi'tU of Virginia in vt'ho services herd .Ah!" returned the other"you're just losjed four years of Pierre's life of which ed letter purported to be addressed by a breakfast. The wife sits next to her I is the Urn* for death first will bite, the second will fly, and the) '
a j
,.- until the breaking out of the Re the man I want to find." at the Rime time there is no account extant ; but,at the end lady to a good looking gentleman husband ; the women are very pretty and I When all around i Ia peace third will sting! These separted portions

; oIILu Being of an adventurous of riding inside the fence he dismounted and of that time,we find the same poor boy, young It in first rate style. The pretended affectionate to their husbands. He chooa Calmly to yield the weary breath, of the animal will manifest at the same in-

.I i; I h sought nd obtne permission of tied his animal-a rough ungainly Indian then nearly thirteen years ohg a servantto was got young up lady set forth therein that es her from among five, there being about I From a a sin and e suffering. .eease.." stint three different acts of willing I Whichoftbeseactsistheactofthewaspistbo
to join was -to one of posts. the servant to the the college in the -
mtr army engg- poney t she had several times seen the gentleman that number of women to one man
Beautiful UN
ed i active service dunng the ")Iy name is Bi'tks all the way of Navarre, at Paris-that collegewhere that she town. The children scat themselves, and Night night solemnity will of the wasp 7 But there is a stranger S

} Such was his strength and personal from Old Kentuck. Kentuckygame the famous king Navarre, the he she his was fine addressing face and,manly was captivated that her he dogs form a ring behind. The first and stillness thou contest kindly spec a tired case. The alligator without a head or

S bruer that n enemy could resist him chicken, I am. I can out-rn. out of Protestantism in .trnc afterwards by toucbed formi 1 she saw ,dish is a chupe of potatoes with large multitude, and drawert around the traaouil eoooh spinal marrow,will resist a pressure with a
r leart was
_: 1de a sword, the blade of which wasfire hop out.jump knock down,drag out, Henry the Fourth, Pierre heard of at'.he must make hisicquaintance pieces of meat. The man helps himself the quiet drapery of consciousness and repoee.Meet force corresponding to that pressure, and .it I

J' len&though it had been whip any man in all them digngs. So,a ha to wait on classes. Thus listened to and him his departure from the first, and throws his bones straight across time for folding of the hands in slumber with the foot Dearest to that pressure;

feather, one who came in con I heul tell of a fellow He caught he table child dodges his head to giveit -meet time for communing with th*spirits of a which is the alligator the head, which will
professor's instrcton. that she and he would ; a
;;> tact wit him paid the forfeit of his life. At who couldwhip ail creation, I thought I'd their lessons, as were ; but they city, her bop prayed it was the a free passage*and the dogs rush after it better world !!meet time for contemplation Jump four feet after an offending objec; j

:.: Stony: be was one of the "forlorn saddle Old Blossom, and just ride over to became fastened on a retentive brain. All orgive irst'tmprudeat act of her life&, that she had as it falls upon the ground Boor. A child A11 I for recounting th* events of th*past and according to Dr. Bowler's exper.ment'-a&-' I

'S" hop whi was advanced to cut away sec what stuff he's made of. and here I am. day long he worked as aservant,but in the moved and was still moving in thelighest hen throws his bone, the mother dodges ot recording oa the tablet of memory the duties though sepratedfrom the body or the legs,

:, lb. ; and next to Major Gibbon And nowstnngr.lm most starved for a evening he had bk and in a blank one always circle of the that she would and the dogs rush after it as it falls upon of the morrow. I which indicate will and judgment in the
Capital Which
resistance to
.the first to enter the works AtBnadywuM fight, see who's the best be recorded substance of the certain a certain streetat the ground floor. A child then throws bis For, another night may be ours. Another impressing objects
)e a squane the mind of the
upon ia
and Monmouth he exhibited man, before I go home. It's all in goodfeeling he had beard given by the the mother dodges and the dogs alligat.or-the alligatorTIf 'f ,
:. lesson mters. precisely 12 o'clock on-the following day mora and ow eyes may open not oa th*light ofda1. these acts the acts of mind. is not
t most fearless bravery, and nothing but you know, but if you lick me, why Thus be continued privately to follow! the in dress which she described with great rush behind her. The second dish holds are
a divisible? If the of mind
mi.nd not acts
j. inability to writs prevented his promo I'm atsfe.but- regular course of instrct.ions. He studied and that she trustid -mall pieces of beef without bones. Dogs ,
articularity, andj Thsr /wc when we lie don.let Els saa.b. what 7 And if mind divisible
lion to a Transferred to stranger said Francisco but far hop dish are they
cminon th minut the students studied greater Next comes a of
Sooth most of the "Stp the man entirely I'm a he would meet her and her are now fighting. on ow lips and if we totJJ awake in our hearts which is the mind of the man-which:Uresponsible ,
tok part zeal and abundant success. beef then beef .
b engg'f. "you've more ot a brief personal finely chopped ; soup, vegetable .
opportunity inter which is his will The'wUl'of
meats that and nd all and if I was I've a be His praise.Thank ,
:: : atiu towarl fighting man at I The young servant had filled many common with the idol of her The two and fruits; finally, coffee or choco-
.tf close of the war, WA contest against you to fight about" I with the matter of the course beart ate. After breakfast the man pulls off his Him that He has given us an interval of the head, or that of the body or that of,'.
noting between
had thirty forty *
which exhibited in a striking manner, Well I don't know; i there anjr other : cpy-bk let.urs, when these copy-books wags written by a female friend cpiesohhlleUer of trousers and coat and lies down with his repose with its darkness and its quiet, that w* iii limba? *
J. P. o. !lrrr Q.
his remarkable self-confidence and courage. tn these parts 1" fell into the hands of one of the professors. sent these copies to drawers in the hammock. His wife lights may sink Into forgetful ness. 4. .

One day while reconnoitering, he stp "No, not that I know of." He summoned the young man before him; theil and forty members of b him cigar. She finds her way back to Nayhsotforg4ftthKs! of the manifold da- .
ped at t house of a man by the "Wei then you're man, and you and Pierre trembling at the fear twen those of course who werekow bed with her cigar. The dogs jump up ties which w*owe to our Creator, nor aa imcontrnedntt Products of the stales -

S. W__ > refresh himself. While at the : fignt, 1'1 come all the way from OldKentuck : of a afpard had not neglected gen; entertain a very exalted opinion and lie down on the chairs-the fleas bite of the varied obfigatioos of life. Wheat, oats,rye indian corn, potit es-

table be was IUrr by nine British ,and I ain't agoing back without his duties ,and h therefore own personal facmations. them on the ground! The Indian girl Bstlwouldhavepcsoa.tsrammkr all the hay and tobacco are raised in every State. t

: troopers, who up the ho and knowing which is the best man" i no cause for fear. The professor questioned being thus the two closes both doors and windows, takes the injuries sustained through malice and through envy and territory In the Union. -
told him he was their u But I won't I've got nothing to i astonished at the amount Everything arng while the of the mall Louisiana "* x
and raised
Sing fght him, was okers called js young children out to play rest ,and I would haTe ye buy la oblivion aU feeing Barley except I
S that he was 1 greatly atnubr fight abut and tU you I voritjight1n I )learning he had so secretly auir and enteman! explainedwbat upon they had done, family sleep. *of hatred of anger and revenge. Buckwheat raised in all except Louisiana
pretended to 11der, *-D if you lbt fht stranger, I'm i at the uncommon intelligence tlent ; their ride At two P. ltl. the church bells ring to and Florida.New S
: nd invited us to get in carriage, The By that is never dosed IDa I the Sentinel .t
I don't
S eetagbewas apparently rery peacefully bund you c you that was unexpectedly brought t light- the assignation and let the people know the priest is saying a England. New York, New Jersey,
with them to point that guards the tower,1sQoL' Th light of
inclined after him allowed himconsiderable .
disarming I lick me. I The hitherto unnoticed hard working servant consented for them, which rouses them. The Pennsylvania Michigan Ohio,and Wisconsin
S fo while they sat downS : By this time Francisco had become angry I told him al honestly, and begged to se the sirbts. We unheslttmgly man prayer raises, stretches his hands above his the universe may be eclipsed sad there may be, do not raise rice. ; .*
partake which he left at the of bis visitor,and deter examination saw sights sure enough- down and as In olden days, "darkness upoa the fee of the that do
S a t h importunity allowed undergo an head and gapes; the dogs get The States not raise rice,together -
b the designated .
when distr Wandering i the mine to put a to the scene. Sizing saying he could feel by no means satisfied held tiding the upon whole of the thirty square or b whiningly stretch themselves while the deep" still He'seeth aU around and wafcheth with Maryland, Delaware and Jndiana,

BOOT,&b wa accosted by the Py antoit therefore, by the seat that his slf-uir learning would enable Northern men Southern men for, Whigs mm-, wife sets up in the bed and loudly calls out over every little Insect with parental love j-- do not raise cotton. 'I -4 i

toe, dead everything buckn and the collar of his him The professor who brA Know Nothings walking for fire, the Indian girl re-appears with a Nitht( is the time for rest I. Every State and territory except Iowa ;
about h of his life, in e of shirt,he threw him over the fence experienced a lively interest in the poor ,and 'chunk for her mistress to light her master How sweet when labon close, does.raise silk. S .',*.'* .I

S ? l ,have nothing give" said into the road; then walking leisurely towhere youth, whose modesty appeared a great as to and and fro( al gazing ertY1eTerdreton another cigar and she smokes again To The gather curtain round ol aa aching, breast Every State except Delawarelaakes su .

S lr-use your peur. in"Give his pony was tied, unfastened him his talent consent to admit him to the a of every their anxious search.We dsT-. herself. The dinner which takes place between Stretch the tired repoee limbs and lay the head gar. f--.1.

a a\e silver your and taking him up by main Itrngt tArn ; and't results were 1 creditable : object that if a few more copies 3 and 5 is nearly the same as breakfast Down oa our own delightful bed." New.York raises the. most barley til i .
Tber the -
shoes,I I t n Francisco were"and Aim aft hs discomfited to Pierre tat be was afterwards de of the cnclude sent to members of except when beef is recently killed 1O2S2, btisliel&NewYorkralaestbemortbay : ;;'
S. tfftofa replied raised himself from the
fed I shall take them such air to prepare "Theie" for the public he lettr of Representatives, the Houwould bythe Indians, when they have a boil.- JCST An editor who was elected to the -viz. : 4-, .
them dam-founded ;
S five never ; ground perfectly by ,M his success in which would en- bones of the animalare \ '
but I ebibition have had adjourn for the want ofa The ribs and other long Indiana legislature was so. elated..with 595,734 tons.Ohio
i 1 win,you have the pCre net- exhibition of 'tngt and, after rbbig the rank doctor. Pierre did t :Journal.rgf trimmed of flesh, leaving the bones only his success, that he caught himself by' the raises the most wheat viz: 10,786-,
.. five them to anyo. Puttingblsabrennderhi.armnthe his thought he much applause that the I. quurm-Lu these laid across bushels. ,
ee so, and coated with meat; are seat of his trowsers, and tried to hold himself 781 jPennsylvania
soldierstoopeddown not s clearly, he. oounted his ponyremarking p conferred him Francis strampe a younger members of the family raises the most
S was upon a fire and roasted at arm's length. It U added l la hipostcript rye. TO :
out ,
to take them. Francisco thoopportunity : "Well, stranger, I reckon brother of the murdered Francisco *'***
seeing E them look if bushels.
while he was yet a young m.Hencforar while employed with as that he would have accomplished 8,429,22
S ,which was too good to b 10u'1 do. reckon its about time for me the once wandering men- U t lee'Uana for music. Pennsylvania raises the most buckwheat'-.
abut practising n' let his
t.ps all were the feat If be dad goto rptt on .
the sword and it If aaka
uvt anybody
drwig e tk. yon noted as one of the York designs. residing A horse is brought into the house by an Tis: 6,408,508 bushels. jrc*
; fcros from under the arm soldier, about the great you can tell 'em you Pierre Laramee becoming a of the United the hands. xJC3T 67.38,447 S
fht French savant of the dUD Indianman,who holds him while patron Tennessee raises. the most comviz, v. -
dealt him a severe blowacrou the skull. licked Bill h-ly. Is known to scholars a the learned Dr. State8- saddles and bridles him; be then putson ', bushels. : '. V
Although severely WODDd yet being a Francisco was a jwwerfully built m his family name having been latin It is streets of silver which.cost Miss mIth says she win never iil'ldDia'nJaea the most flax hcmp/tii*
JEST pair
brave man,the a pistol and standing six feet one in Rus prop t ligt th a large spurs marry a' widower with ,a family, and for .. 5 .' ijkentucky
dw a i a fashion common to his age.- eta city not a dollars,'and mounting he rides out 317621bs.
aimed it who wan too and sixty lz ar rrom.Bp- brty 'she ie down on tecond Land :
at his and reason' .
weighing .
allt Dt his career show with red-headed girls. of the front door to the opposite house; raises the most tobaccots-r
fack for him,bwe"e .be palled severed the pounds. His muscular It had&extraordinary been* perseverance can win when in tump there we'd play tipsy every)night, .and"h.t tatting be takes.off his hat and, cries 'out children"Sensible J girl that.CJTTb -.,. 7 2WWlbi. .:."

.5 t a blow nearly developed, rightly directed ability the S "Buenas tardes. senontas,"-good evening Georgia raise the moet cotton,Ti X4&7M29Ibs. -
and placed him Kan du combat. known to shoulder, with ease _a cannonweighing mppt. ladies make. their editor of taZasten Argus, who k :
the last $ ladies. .The appearanceat rCf
: The report of.the pistol drew the otherdoonelutotheweil eleven hundred pounds; and a Coaaadrams. elephant m another at present S.oe.tatyofLogstIeeMLoodeawzlt.shome the at1ii)
him SOuth Carolina raises
W-, undoubted still living Whit tone U that which ladies never going into Noah's.ark Because be .at the door;one lights a cigar to that paper that th*Freaea Emperor,4mr- '
gentleman, .
refresh *
*ao .out a rnusft in who Tety. : call for 7 Why the spit-toon. .dforblstruuk. < S ? mixes him a.glass of lemonade to lug his recent Jisit to Saftaad received ow Minister 87,892.,307 Iha.
ungenerously brought Virginia, ears __ __
S marked, aad __ : .
wel Nape himself after the.ride. Mr. B&anaa, wita civiUty, c' : a
isa poor.hOrse'gftter.thu :
which he handed to one of the soldiers, "He could take me in his andpass Why la a kiss like a rumor? BecaoM. Why saddle, talking while the .the .Aaezfae, aDd franc* 1 !
the .
him. '. remains in expressed bop Novuv-td1t1uZ
to .there are Be AHoancn'rVUL
leonBecause manyscoIdIpwfe. -
mouth. .
U told him to make U of it l0ti over the room with me.l playing myhead goes from mouth to I. ; gracefully against the doorpost mlrht always ba peace.KTA branch of the Pak osAI WuJalngt.oo,has i

.only horse they c get at, h pr ailt ceiliogas though .had Why. U a' four-nanJug like a' lady's i ( they lean with tbeir, ewitching'eyea.- 0 He witaeee talk RaletfB *TIb.IDg asked likes measures to poca.It ef the Bma-a. '
.the saozde at b' been : My weight wa o hundred tide fiddle? Because, it. holds a gsl-on, Sapposeji ad.b: a smiling and :rides.,off to another if r bad.nrbesid thai -Mrs. WHklas vac aaat .1Ii-; ,of&MIr&riMtIW.
o .i bat
polled the ,trigger. sad ninety-fire pounds. BU ( the act of drowning, what/, ..In loaches hit. : allstsaMkiadrjtod8akMt nealldrea"If where it Boorisheeui*tegVm of not maoh greater I"
I .ie ti9a the. hosband'tfceBnzt neighbor After spending the afteiuooa'inthlawayhe ,that doeso'l toeetitat*.being.a ,aataraUst It bears*:CCSM .
fire l.osedIn of good site b4's neck not a neckwientuliW.bsre.karI 7- the sphabetwouI4IpreS5 ., .. ana IIaaa
fcjtssd woman a 1birt1f-Lrun.
upon who a '
5S1 a'rl W a f &'.)'" : r1deaJnte.ths house aplD.The tkea\aboaJd}b.tD..wW. ss.H d1we witJa .... I
lm.n, A which endlubisdhssxsthigandvocnthngthe.ol. would ) .1tCl.
he I
proportions, t 1 hl rgh : t U Lur aa Indian hOIdtbe horse by the bridle aiIe.r'.oIiYeofbYOl'.* u 4ed.etstbauet 7"
bedstead not a .bedstead? What otsoe4* ; '
Pria. tad holding her:ot When to'a iI tU ,. U icwrilIoss J
: *fc. .T rieioa's troop ,of four hundred around the room with her, and Whea U becomes a Uttle .bcg-gy. -. ', itppj when' wages rtoptf' U. *iq>no uswscoulgt, while tbaJI.tr.dilmoantl. Taking ;ol j LsbM :ntaM a ika&I agoaeawhstefcas1.w.r isstb.j'.l Ilj .-

-S -.t and the other dra- "o p>and In that position \VJmI ii muaio lik. Teg UbGs7 'When to t&wagon.aaTyet the the saddle*ha,throw* iVinto; c.ebsr.. th* thaths t J. &! $ .r.J,. I
S b Jpt n1 dw third .f..r \
,4usepur bridle
wtthouir Wta5Os'ObU tatojneth !.<. "
-. F &t t& : b,Seeing, ;He;.would. : barrel,of"cider ly J,thci1TGtI, tqtt.h! i.1 ''r ._ II' ', t ?' 1'1

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"11Nia'1M A.d.Ztw.) COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.Copcn. From IB* Lool vul. (Ky.) Democrat, If ty 7- ; D...A. II. tephens* Letter. demands of every patriot tartfol$ bvtstj.gatioa .'

: that LATER FROM UAVAHA. Cfuxici, May 17, 1855. Know .thine Election Blots la'Louis OPINIONS OF THE, BCMOCHATIC cRass LCD ,of.principWii which,- etvlt-a oruj-g tu
Ille. are vograf
to the DIV AL Cr nzstsnIP ISABEL. Council meL Present,- nun. Philip Saturday morning early A crowd of jackals The Mucon Tekpraph commenting on policy of our National anti 3taW '
r. In Ffaaer. Intendant \ ilessra. A. S. Baldwin, hyenas and bawdy-house bullies tool) lion. A. II. Stephens letter sas. It is a menu through the agency of ccreL'oat&;

1. less The steamship Itabel Capt. Rottiin, E.AL De Cotte ,CjOik, G,k Tark ett and possession of the polls In the First and powerful assault the Know-Nothings bound r olilical societies,, .
from Havana and Key West on the 10th Second Wards that no anti upon And whereas we hate heard, wits pr.
r1.thing S. KVHTiama.. Cooncilmen. sweanng I 4opiotl. thoughtful and eU qnent-in no
elec insU arrived at the bar 00-Saturday evening Tho Intendant-presented i r to the'Board Know Nothing:.foreigner or not. should be : way evasive or aibiguouc-but plain per and plt'IIIIGre.J.. able ahd tlaaatlr
th Hon. A. II.
( Stephens
; allowed to' voteur even approach the nom to Thorns
; at six o'clock,'and came np to city the returns of election held on the 15th tinenUand conclusive. He in opposed to W ol ;
an and their word .Ihoma-En" EIbeTo91pqtt
polls ; they kept Know to their principles .
city of the Nothing* ; ppied
b : eth Cpon arriving at the barb the officers o t instant! ,'"on Subscription. .or _No Subscription. A few o/' the incident*,we will give our and to their mode of organization subject of Know othiiisrn.'IhuerefuriResotred .

I4 [ thou the Itabel J learned that owing to the enforcement "* .- readers.' 0 opposed to'their Macon RC'8C.lulio.-,1- That the.le1itl ai1att-

} of the quarantine laws, against On raotioo It was.. Dr. Stradcr pawing down Main street' posed to them through anti I throughand out emlo-lied in said I letter are our aeutinftats.

I rfl-cb all vessels from Cuba and other W. Indi.orta Certiflcate from the polls was stoned by the crowd and onto and are consistent with his post politic}
< Orrfere< ,,Tbal, Inspectors te and to un. This was about the history, and ui givin* utterance teupinionahe ,kis
compelled l-e
; Char1.ton'lthe It is a letter.(>f which be m" prouda -
; J & .odl]. ) by the authorities of be copied on the iliDutes.taDd. the returnsof beginning. T. letterworth? of hIs. reputation as a.deep] has in no wi e departed iron

i. I man of steamer.would be subjected to quaran; said election be filed.INSPECTOR'S An aged, German some 50 years old, thinker and a pnrfimnd politician fetter tenets. of the Whigs *f Georgia.Retolted .

Ji f i in times tine on reaching-.that orL To avoid the *6ERTOTCAIE.' was'standing on the door-sill ot his hone which will keep thousands }. patriotic That in thus stemming tSicnrrent

ri ; :letter, detention and consequent interruption'of Town.of J1CK 0fT1U.Et'l.i in .Clay street, near-.Maine. saying nothingto Whig from the Order-a litter which be against a large portion of bis pot

1 : COUJl1T'OFDt.-- any body when the crowd asnaultet point to, bro twt,bis whole lifew, ai sat! friends (who .have departed &uu tie'
.. her tripe the determined to : may
4 Captain pot of him dragged him into the street, and brat faith of their fathers.) that he j b
Aboli-: We, the .Bubncrtber*, Inspectors: an |>roof of/li-llance..to H-crct proscriptions wenbr
into Savanizhw&reber passengers,abou Election beld.it.tto t wnof Jacksonville.and him. R; F. Baird, Esq..endeavored to |.ro-- and a noble instance u.fhs fidelity- the cunlidrnce; and ni porl of all trot] Aoiericans

: ) Cincin- one hundred and forty in number debark cci nffoftrsOfl Tuesday, the 15th tect him, but without at ail. the great principles of civil"'and religitJus. be tl ey Whips or DvaioctxtResolred

terms ed. The enforcement of'quarantine bl'; day of May. A. .ft,J855,do hereby certify George W. Noble went into the Pint libert That in thus boldly pUntis
t of the Ward while the crowd were oil at a him-elf upon true ground, in opposition nj
!ten- Charleston has been we understand in that the following true return polls In our neat i issue we shall publish it en-
'. creed. totes given at saidelection is one hundredand fight and deposited his tote. On couwij. tire. For the fire-sent, -'e- "miisfcontenourselves what he knew was theopinoirifhis mnrycf
1 ex consequence-of a report brought by a sailing sixty-three (163) and that of these out a larpe moats asked him how lie voted 1 with thanks tn Mr. Stephens, fur |iolit.cal: friends be exhibits a *pecla.cle .

*:. lords teasel arrived at that city a few days votes for Subscription were received nine All I pleased," was tie n-pl.\, whit-n hewa his open manly, and patriotic letter.it I of a man willing to sacrifice liunMf

ticket since, that the yellow fever bad made its ty. e\'en. ((97 ) and for No Subscriptionwere knocked down. Get I ing up. he was will keep wen. Many years from now it |.rinc: :pie! and in therefore entitled to the

;.. appearance in llavan This' report, was received sixty-five,.(C5,) and fur taxa- knocked down a second: I&n.j I a third, timi-, willIe read with interest. It is one of th und)tug gratitude of every.man who lovrs
for the tion one (1)) vote. and then dragged some distance by tiie roost enduring monuments he has erected his country particnjarlr Southern tuen.
'f niiijoi contradcted by Capt. ALCHOKN of the F. C. BARRETT.. ) Inspectors hair of his I end. to his (atlle. ResotreJ, That iLls our.',earnest dciirt

:' and schr. A l) rerea.r, whose arrival at this A. DOflOETT, V .t An old German apparently about 70 The Milled eviUe Union of the letter and rvqnest that the UHTK A. f."Sttphea

I the port from Havana was noticed in. the Artr E. A. CAK, ) Election. year of age was beaten almost to a jeliyan says will not decline running for Conpresa,'
.i left co\ereil with blood. Young Bam- :- thl"pen.linr'rontet& but tail,. M iscvtuis.
de- last The following note from Jacksonville 15 1855.
on Friday May
; : ; border, in un el'y passing; along, ,'as. pursued We regret we cannot lay it before bUr tent w tli acliaraeter, kant the iionm l
1.: where Purser MIIIONT of the Isabel, fully con- After a preliminary discussion on the se\eral squares and succeeded in escaping nailer this week ; it U however a thing den, and in our op nion re-fleeted bj t

I 1843 firms the statement of Capt. ALCHORN.On .- Railroad subject. Councilman Baldwin offered only by hiding in an old bunding. that will keep and we shall lay it beTon majority that will put Know Nolhmriia

: ; b} a board Steamer Isabel Slay 13. the following resolution which was A large crowd p"rsiieil two Germans them at the earliest! opportunity. Mr.I to hau e. .

I I fro TnoersoN :-It was with surprise seconded! : (rom the First Ward |H.lls to the Un.tcd; I Stephens half seen sam in all of his njtl.ne I.- Ruoltod. That in the langnaj-t of H>.

!I U-en that we heard-on our arrival off Tjbeeestenlay I State brewery on }Market just below '8 in Washington City ; he knows the Stephens 'to Jut, down. these secret'porti.
:: I : driven that the City Fathers of Char- Resolred. That the Intendant is hereby Wenzel street. An aged 1 min seeing the chap well, and in this very able and patriotic cat Inbound orJers arid their co-worki?!

I. of the >Icston had put the quarantinelaws in full empowered to make the subscription of crowd coming, hurried to pas through a 'letter he has skinned him ali,.. We we will join: as pol t.cal allies now fortrrV

q : i : Know- force against this or any other vessel from $50.000 to the F>>rida. Atlantic and Gulf Private alley into his own h'Jllse. efore hope| eerman in Georgia will read this all true patiiots at the North and ,fiootf

, l control West InHies. Why, sir. the city of Ha- Central Railroad:voted by the legal voters he could open> the pate an! pass in, two or niM-Urlv. i>ro more assaulted him and knocked him dowt. night association Without fOH'fI. less.
place Yalta is unusually healthy for thin. season of the town of Jacksonville on May 15th.
;, \ the oi the year and I can assure you that I, or Trying to pet up. he Ixr sred for his life ; It is well known that we di ered with W hereupon some one In the crowd'cafl.

last of m brother officers have not heardof 1855. but not his age, his pray hairs nor his entreaties Mr. Stej.hens on politics fur many years ed for a iliv:sion. The Chairman then requested

; There any a single} case of fe\er. or any other contagious Councilman DeCottes moved that the reconsideration were "r any a.ail ; the miscreant and ditler with him now on some subjects; all those who arc opposed to tit

i Demo disease being in the raid! city of of the resolution be post assaulting him with a flung shot -the- but when a city H on fire, honest met to the resolutions, tu stand ouui>!e of tie
all the ball missed him, htnk.np tieall of the, should) aside all tifeir |petty iliHVrence-f liar. A otcllt..r.an"oice called for "
: Havana up to the ItabeCs sailing. Respectfully poned until the terminus of the Road be *&
.4 that the crowd diverted and heart an,1 l hand the
Presi- house. At moment. join to extinguish tn come out e..idc'nll.tMnk'DJ that'Sami.r.l"arii
: 3 ours, located which motion was concurred in. their attent on to tie' house III P. Slur- titn,es. At this t'tue.! we believe that our the league Men had a -
sweep JOHN MAHONT, Purser. majority.
a. A motion was made and seconded, that kel l, keeper of the t brewery and the )ItO ruM w bole Republican e.\stem of ( ovennicm.t But they. failed ; an.I the preamble and It-
go We are indebted to Purser MAHO.ST, tot Council go into an election of Tax Assessorof man escaped. !is in danper (nun a secret Jacobin (fluh,. solutions were declared adopted Ly. a lam
' Havana papers to the 10th met, and also the town.Whcreupon.. The ma.n'rowll- wire furious in their and we believe the South i* in imminent majority. .-

: for a copy of the Panama Star of the 3d, Mr. Aaron W. DaCosta pursuit of the two young (:l'rnmnl' 'I he\ danpe from Northern fanatics and from On motion of A. A. Wooten the prsmd'tip -

I' ;; from the later we learu that the steamer was assaulted the liou-e, elt-Dlol'sheil the bar utheni men who .bate combined with < f>f this meeting 1-st published IB

i much. had ashore the 29th nominated anllInanirDouslelccted.. HKIIII, .break n er}. thing in it ; U-at Mr. taunt ('8. n a learn: ot'ensive! aol l detl-nsive. the American Union and Empire State.
f flf Golden Age gone on Itwss also moved and M-conded.that the Merkel-in a nio.-.t cnel nmiiner. Not cat s- At such a ti-i.e the N-uib cannot afford to On motion the meeting a-'journed.'

on the ult. antI that her passengers were fortunately Tax Assessor tie requested to take the census fie
> diffi rescued by the steamer J. L. Stephens of the town at the same time wh.cli and tinning to pie-ces all that lIltlll1.J l c.unciN; and we hope lie will A. JOHV:OV Sec'y.
t f. ) : ) ,ape and held safely arrived at P nama. came in tl.e.r; wa\-chars. beiK (clisbe :pain consent t<> nindent the |.ope! of
! ] ha* The U. S. Steamship San. Jacnto.'as was concurred in. pictures and gla<>
in The minutes were then read and al'lurvLd. into ttt room where Mn. Mirkclnd Till'upsta Const tut.vital st in an aflidc The opening of the fire of the AVktso .
I be- in the port of Key West. The U. S. her children Mnick a ;. ,| I wen-- '.me one tUI ng sat CI :- gft t : Fnquirer acilationaK
f The : steamship Princeton, was entering Ke} On motion Council adjourned. her a severe bl,w (in the shoul 'cr. Four |, cition. of this 'ft-ft r"ill hate an im- tn the cost
I t. I that West as the Isabel came out, 1'he steamship or the shots were- fired into the room [ortant (-::t'CI. .V:c.i< wiil be conijnlltd to w I ihaM. been thrown u.t. $etutop

i-: Granada arrived at Havana on themonlinJr PHILIP FRASER, Intendant. where the clnldreil were. tnUrmt-.a lisci-: un ..f Kno"-\olh ny b the fi e h'ui'lred cannon 'which lianv I

- '. | start Attest: T. C. BLANCH), Charles Hunt Merkel's Driver, win pursued pr.lIC'ii les lI"w"\1 r (.a.y t!." Kno.r-Notli- 'Im te' th m into w? at Gortchaknff caD.
.' from ol the 10th. from New Orleans Clerk Council. up stair and shot at tie ball lodp'ri: in! bate f'.tih-t it l<. .iirt'tl ( sat tie ci 'an internal fin-" The account br the II

"con- bound to New York. in the door-casing above his bead ; the Nort'i ; without an ..jen i-anvass Ufore the A-ia. it rats rv|.re'ent that each of thenguns
. ex- LATER FROM CALIFORNIA.Wreck Vote on the Subscription Question. crowd overtook him knocked h:m down iojle-| ; ht- must U mistaken thee South. fire one hundreil ad twenty round I

Notwithettand lng: unfavorable state of and beat him n<.art' to death.AH It contrar. to tlm trie genius and fj r t a d iy whi<'h pivrs a total for the fire but

; and j of the Golden Ae with Seven the We-atluron )Mondav,' last. a respectable the funi lure in tie house except in of o-r ]-eue an'I their naiurusanne*t be .lre l of s'xty tin'u;and rounds. Thi firt

.'o till up hundred Passengers and a Million ot tote was polled on the question of Subscription tAo small nmins back was entirely .- l-d to Specie. to the Railrirad as will be seen by the Mr. limit wet robbed of tifti-e-n cr. tTun- lout it will final! bur.t f rtrtb- 'n? an apprrmte of'k. t'n hundred! and egh.:

..- this We learn from a private letter, rccehed allowing figures obtaii.ed from the official dollars. The inone-\ drawer in Mr.J Mer- )1 r. &tip'eii 1 I. tfer will call f rtl tit.. ty tlniiisan I miWe rained nj-on the city.

I > ami per Isabel by a mercantile house in S'aiaiinah. canvass of the Judge of Probate: kel'o lar.r.Mm w,is rifled of its content "pnt ofdi cur; -! on anti it will wax Inn The weinht of the shot fired from thu.nant .

hoped that the steamship liolden Age. Capt For. Against. sonietlnnc; over lift' dolltr U fore the t'ctilll1 ill October next. Err '.f the Allies varies probably from

; Wsttnhis left San Franci;< the afternoon Tallahassee, 219 34 The two otiiip (:t'nl'"nl' J. Sn' der rcan cont.une .firven.us only a* hung; a.it > lint-teen to on hundred and forty pounds

: ot the of the 17th April for Panama with 712 Cross Roads, 11 and ('. Raich were cut and inam-Ie-d in a i- h h .1"1'11- I.t-n e\am'n d men detect an.l of tbe shells from h.teen to one bus-

by the passengers, 4U children, and 1,300000( in )1.'el lIkic. 28 10Centreville terrible innmroTie .f t'ini' ;1I in all le: ih5t-huuufr' ill it. .1 1 he vii tue of Know: lre-1 an.1 h.n pmnds-and C:.rtr five pounds

: gold. Shortly after midnight on the 28th, 28 49 prubabihty, lust ottof his e'eui at- N..t'i ri:ssm tEn te! lIt d.'elll". the test of w'i,il ? probably If a low estimate for sa

Nevv ahe gtnick upon a sunken rock off the island Calhotui's Shop. 11 tempt wa nudeto fire the !nneIbe Ihcr t U .:in'_- e\ftm s.ti'-ii. aver ge. This would give a dale; delivery

. :1 be of Quibo in 17 fathoms water, goingat Y vun'd 22 6 crowd, re-turn n_ fn-in the: l.rp\Hr' We areplad tlir.t Mr. tephens} has *pi. uf iron to the Rus*>ans. amounting to tire
of a full speed.Finding Ol.ier'n 14 Mopped a in Jkinits v aon Tl 1 ti' oni-p .'Hiof hn an I Wl' hlll"-| all ixir htatesin will nillion sevrn bundre-l thousand pound

.. that theater was gnin'n.2 HlleI IIIIU'I, 11 14 the in Ik man frlt< rel j j'mp": i 'ut: av! : I"'ak out. Stat iien jx,:nt out rad.calianse a-id a total for the thirteen da}s of THiaTTr .

., tn rapidly Capt. Watkins, determined to be:ich Natural Bridge. 4 16 ran down the Street s
con the steamer which he did, by running her A bKcksnnth neir b,- ni-ilu-i out a.i'ltndtavnred } I by jinjtrlice beef's: not tIe voice but .) -the prime cost of which, in-tbs

,%- ( inn ashore on Quican island, 2t 5 miles from 337 140 In pruteet him. n,-.bi-s i>n its mail and destructive career ; rnuh at the a terser price of pig iron la

. It-re. Panama. 140 A funeral [innx-ed.up up Jeer-ois! srr e,tto I 'iieraments have: ihtKer !v-eil England for tile la!t 11'ar; was not lea

be-eu The discipline of the crew was fierft-ct the prav"-}"nl"1 w:.< stoned. -.' : U sirs I I.t' :1.t.t.,1! | to the list ? At ban three him.-red and thirteen thousand

:. and the pasngcis behaved Iui.rabl Being majority of 197 The ulrug store corner Main anti Camjf- t tin we- mula" '(.' nr rc.ii'er bt'f"n"-j three hundred and eighty dollars. This is,

: eus- during the disaster. remaining on board It will lie been that 4 17 votes were polled bell. ass stoiii*
. : '1 he- until taken off by the steamer John L. which is nsideralily overa maJ.nt) of the near Clay "nM al't, !tonii!. Tlie Atlanta :nttllg na. sa s: I cost of transportation in the:Crimea.

a"I'mud Stephens, which landed them all safely at votes of the County taking the last ilecioii A w.ton, ,'r .r"m Sbelbcount while! This inort-nu-nt "u ll I e (hirt .1! Mr Steen If the cannon balls fired from the AIM
Panama the 2d of ila).' From as a criterion when 723 votes were passing cluing quietly w& assaulted aal I < think "nes during e tMrtern day*, *eig wtTri
we a \('rIII In
l'anam"1 p porant me
. 4. > cheer ca-t for metnliers to the !leg:-htiire. No forced into I liars the
| ; they passed by railway across to r> ru:i. .1'.. l-i-si: j'lac- it sa' e. tie Goory'a Plat- ra weighing sixty pounds to
and w .ence they ratal: for New York via return base bee i r. eyed from For* Braden I In the! Sei-ond Ward ab .nt 9 'd..k a f '. \Vpli?'e ar tl 1 and 7 rd, the liars would exten.I tl.ree hundred
\\C scan
. thoi-e Kingston. and 'ackson's' I Iuffand, it is presumedthat German I vmp .n Jel 11*' n tnet betwPiestoii (''n ** t'atn-urlK-! t. p'ltformlatelt' laid re- and thirty two mlt": ; or if laid if a is I-

; d We are not informed whether the $1.- no tk.-ct.on was held at either of those anti Jackii streets ste;']ietl .ut of! d-iw IK :> at M c.. n ', t; e 1\. :;. road would suffice f r a staple track rratl
; $ in 300.(XK) was aUo saved, though we presume plux-8. The vote of tile County is deeicite.Eorjlon. h.s bou-e to lake a rtnld! of h" (roni the tie Iktir MMfMHin wan with Party. npon (rum New York to Albanv. or from Savsn-

our it"u. hide-walk when! a cr,,*\.1 1 tfut was (1..Fin elabtratnl In duolf' the prepinseiitiin nth tu Augusta,with all the necessary ton-
) nespinsi-
- so The steamer Panama was dispatched 1 u n along looking for MHI.I fun," knocked h.m outs.
I li lit of the plt-il.s iiiad bv the Stale in
. : new the 3d msU to the assifetaicc of the . which is fitting up at the Brook- About the saie tne: Mr. F. Frihe. on. l't''ptnl'it.ilitic'tl about six
Age, and strong hopes Mere cnterta ned a of hurtiuhelrts' lIne become inevitabK probably average rounds..hic0.11.1
I Iii n&vJ"-}ani for a voyage to the Mediterranean. cand.date fj.rm'I.trah' wtnt with fr.t-n. | now thirten
| : once of having her though the tide was fl.wing a -, awl'e I tirmh-I'e1't't I that the K.N.'s.as \ an expenditure for the
; | ] which and ebbing through her. and to return to the United t,) the Ste nl t\ ant i p Is: to vu.t- wlie day of four million six hundred and eighty
a part: d not im an tn share them ih
; with camels for service,' w I
I The John L. Stepheim left Panamaapai, thirty on they were assu.ltrd: and M->- -rely Uaten.Mr. the Jenkins. Toouibs and thousand pounds nf powder. Such fo.

away for_ San_ "Francisco on the night of the 2J. the western plains, has been taken from Jae-oh 't'IIII'rr poi p to tie, | oils! We-ti'-tv In.pc-anl lbere; Stephens that Whip tier! is worth here ei-hteeii cents a pound
Ihe duck after we are to
The Golden Uate would take from Panama dry being newly coppered was knocked ilown by one, :ltUJ ret fril.\ lute ; but in England wonld not probably eDIt
them tn .1 u" in the nt-xt election.
and will sail for her destination
has probably beaten by otbers. than fifteen which rr.cotlr
the New York of ,e/5th more cents at
'I j passengers about the 20th instant. She has been fitted We know (lla11 that it iII'tco'tU tv a
the Ma.v. As Mr. W. \V.tc: \va ab iut enterin powder cost seven hundred and two thousand -
with stalls for the camels. worM u-fnuagt.atiiinons: jatrot sm to ellect .'
fatal From California; we learn that the rain up the engine I"tu'it' he. was ilra.rjretl out .1111beaten. tbisfn-iun_..-and et the o-nclusion is irre- dollars.
se- continued and that the mines were produ Add together the S313,3.ttO expended at
RIGHTS or NEUTRALS.-Decision of the ja-
clog \ell. Confidence in mercantile cir- A crowd on .Jl.ffet'*"" sir t"t kmnke iron balls, and the $7l>2ClOO, expended'i
riots but
Attorney General.-The Attorney 4.cncr- of! fictioniats t< refuse to makeit
tht-n down an oM wlnte--wa-lier. ai1vlule I.t' der and have the enortuonsd *
dee was returning. The legislature would pow we \
of the United States in regard to American nr tn a:d in preventing it. We
o I the adjourn tie 30th Apii iI.! Anellort would be purchasing vessels of any of the beli- was cl""II. htamjte'd ill, him k c\ed: '!< are IM1C'lit in what we say when we de- of 51.015380 shot away by the AUies-i

: wade on the 23d to elect a L'. S. Senator. rerant Europeon Power, has decided that. beat him. About a square\ further till, the dare <>nr U,lief to be tint the next Democratic the space of thirteen days.
. the the result of which was extremely doubt crowTl; aesa-illcd: an old man-..1ery oli
according to the law of nations, citizen of Convent should throw open the The Crop Sic South Florida.
whose d'llh8CIV 1111
ed. man, a >oor man
I the United States mar, at this time lawfully ] cI'lflr to such all! es. a"i.le as the gates of The Tampa -
Ke- tattiix-l 1 and torn ythutitSteps we-re (('Chile PennatL'aritays :
: al- The "Crops-The Price of Corn. i purchase a Russian merchant ship of with the weight of > uul\1jJ bea.I-\I1d the east. Chaffering and jobbing now in We learn from authentic sources that tht
{ jear
fear- The present pniFlttt (or a good crop of I either of the bellipcrants. Turkey, Russia him thev Uat innicrc full-. pi'litics is a fearf'il game*, soul the narrow crops of Corn and Cotton are exceedhiflj
; I Great Dr taint France or Sardinia; if purchased mirpin l 1..n In-twcen us and de.-true lion in the Countries of llefnando
wheat in Walker Cu., is flattering from Captain Knapp] was assaulted but manaped promising, ,
bonafole, such ship bee mts American makes the neplectof any means "f re Iemp- Snmpter and Hills Notwithstanding -
1 lie ti> A J1U'chII returning fron ,
Kmggold to Ijafayetto. distance of 2U mll' property, and entitled as such to the eM.-ape. lion a great crime. But. we leave our readers the cold weather Intbi
.. his dax's work the oppo-it' experienced
wall. and wheat along in that section has all the protection and the flag of the United S'tate; side of Ins street |was tasMiipii assaulted and ci'aHi -* tn comment upon ami tn make their ow n early part of the spring, the planters fear

and promiseof a full crop. Farmers say that and although she cannot take out a register < \.ral square conclusion from this important document. : been fortunate in obtaining good stands,

read it looks better now than it has for many by our law. jet that is because sle isf.reipnbinlt Hie nwinj: I jersons were alwi Lenten ACT'OH or THE cirizEM or oairriN. and re-ceivinc showers of rain just -whea
but because she) is
ears. Corn also looks will while belligerent but we are unable to give the circumstances Mr. STEPHENS' letter reached; Griffin, required. and are delighted! at the lea-it'uI
j oats
built. and she : bciccial
can a register } before them. The old inhabitants
John He-sa I'ehx--, blackMi-itli, prospect
: Oa.
hate suffered for the want of rain. Within act of Congress.ANTICIPATED on Mon-lay morning an 1, as we
: of Woi dlan pntfess to be weatherwise. are -
ten- living cast the < >l gar.Vn! am prttfici-
a few days however, rain has fallen, and John Mann from the Empire'tae.. "created quite a ing a tine crdVtyjur and, that the indntrtons I

I go m-} oats hate more promise. The people If amended Maine TROUBLE law of Massachuretts IN OITOS.-Tb The First %Wan was the scene in the afternoon sensation among the people." A call a pubIc plan'er,, H .tlui! section at least w9! C
goes of : meeting of citizens 'for the of have abnntant'ans, te give thanks to the C
Walker like in this knowing great t"xeltelllent-pifltuIK tiring purpose ,
many county,are into what an unpleasant strait it is, to be deprived provisions; are of the most restrictive character -men running women and clnldrei considering the propriety of ratifying thl".Ioctrinu" great giver of all good for the aimo.tW 1a
screaming-n'>r was the lir:n conllne l to ere-e-etlented fruition of his agricultural
fears entertained in Boston of contained in the
4 of the article of corn. Some farm arc letter was tD-
bors. A friend has written fn-nrHef-
the Yicinit.ur. the >lls. ns
l: have been obliged to oj>en resistance if not riot and bloodshed. p- toed attly put forth f-ipne'l by-A. AW nan-Io countuthatcs.rn mans 0Ii
era stop plowing fjr Mr. William Gray who had b 'eti qii'etly as high as a
: of that there Iiii
' : rot-., the want of corn tA, feed. A few farmers The CI Tunes aniution of city 1700 says men pledprd is a secret to watching most of the (.urvti.uiifl for an opportunity I xten, J. B. IkH W. R. Moeiey, E. G. breast is not"an unusual sight there.Similar

;! ) have a supply but are holding on for $1,- resist the law. and that the first gallon of to vote witliout inee'l.n.r violence Jlanley, J. B. Reid J.T. Reid, J. H. Logan phrasing ap4arances| have been remarked iib
"" and who returned after d nner at last tookadvantage in many parts llilliboroogb.. and dooU-
( 50 bushel. liquor destroyed by the authorities: will be J. D. Shernll W. II. Htncock. D. A Johnson "
per of the absence of the crowd e s in Snmpter also. "fKossovth
and The Marrietta Advocate sa s: the signal for"action.. The Mat.'or. however A. .\. Blakely.. 1. M. Williams: and J. ita''
I _- Too much honor well seems dt-te Tinned to enforce the law. and which was off chasing some unfortunate E. ou the Vats ofNaiwleon IlL (f
cannot be given tAl Georpe. a'p
has issued his proclamation calling foreigner and deposited his vote On fatland.Kossnth .
:tl those tins noble-ioinded section who and generous tanner the citizens to observe its provisions upon, or coming out. he was Fto'I'llt'd] | bv fII.e cf the The folhtwin; proceedings nf the Dlt't'tI I Las written an anus .!y bittrf

lat HI have refused to eel take the consequences. crowd which wax then retur.nii', an' in; *e cop.\.frean the Empire Slate I letter, eteiL for him in relation to tbe visftofNaioleou it
to at
com spoliators and have
ttlc.1 pre- struck on tIe hoad. III. tu England. Ho calls tBf
. it fennel I to dn ide it among their poor ne.ghbora THE SOIND Ic.:.-On the 12th April Mr. Orav, was seen to replace his hat PUBLIC M FETING.A reception a ucome>el}.?* The letter apwarf A
at one dollar a bushel, and in and then double 'barrelled lvpi> and ix-sptctable portion of tht-
many Mr.ltaiinjrcr the Amercan: : Chaise A"air- drawing a pistol in the New Y >rk luucs., Koesuth. salutstAustna.M
t} cases on a credit at that. es to Denmark formally! notified the Danish fired; bef ire- he could fire the second voters uf the c-tt of Griffin met in tfit followIliat --;._. .. ] SC

1 ; The scarcity of grain is undeniable, but government of the treaty of the 2>>thApril barrel. three pistols were fired at h:m ; he City Hall un Mondar night the 1 IIh inst Austria, Mr. w hlch: meam thi-UipT'- of

there are hundreds and thousand of bus 1826, between the countrea: after shot the second! time an.1 1 tVd n;> lew in compliance with the abut e call made bra burg..* whom ap'bin: uupiet&ndingciuizi1weighed

c !, eU of corn that would come into market at tile lapse of tin-terra stipulated the treaty than fifteen to twenty shots Iucii.g fired after -. number t>( the old ixibtic.il fr.end-i of the in tbv hollow hand j"** inW
from dollar and half ofny !
was a a U two dollars a (twelve months.) In other 'wools the him. Ho He-1 1 nto a stockanl. and i i Ion. A II. Stephens For the i>urj>usc of seven years the eziitenC91whumi

bushel that will most probably not be solda United States will, after the 12th of April. endeavored to hide behind l a p.p pen ; a toptin the sentiments coutaiiie. l in a let- eleiideil{ ago i-n; a breath very of mine; vho* n.Mpr

all, because that price cannot be had in the 1856. refuse t, pay the toll now exacted eizht bolls were p'cked: out of the fence ten lately written to Thomas W. Thomas-, 1 saved with lil-iaied foul *ii|
our Cice of Ihe fine prospect] of an abuudani .> Elberton: the ge-neros ty, ,
I of all nations for passm through tbe Dan- behind which he took refuge ; six holes : q..of Upon cuiject ur Know ww tit treats king's oath] whom th V*
uji, wheat crop. prices, even are un- ish sound into the"Baltic pea. were made in bs; hat and Ito balls wen Nothmpism. pie: of Uuugarj has hmubU to the reasonably high, when it considered that. On mntion of Jn'lpt,J. B. Reid
The lodged 1 in h.s; body! ; one in the fleshy part the roeetnjr ioivaken Ort
: : the if no disaster comes, heat will probablj A V Ut'ABI.E f.oo.-A pine I log was manufactured of each thigh. was organized by calling the HI n. |' CJOXe-I| an lapa
| be sold Jew weeks from into lumber last Thnrsdar. metrically secluded M wr went !-
in a time at Officers Gilmore slid Hammond interfered William M Iur-ele.r I tnprisilc ; and on mniiri '
one dollar a bushel, and that at this I price TionesU Creek.Pa. made 1015 feet of clear and took him home in a wa m.-. of J. B. Ik-all I U. A. "hns"I1, Esq.cteil Ha, burg! wl.ou the ( z..r i i'k"it-$ holt
while but whom nuaid
l flour be afforded from stuff and about 100 feet of a to no cOnub1fl
,.. can $1,50, to $5,- common. Ihe With the exception of this interference as ?ecretar "
\ 00 a barrel instead of $10 as it U whole tree from which the log was taken of tii>n can impart vitality sod shu mm-
now there about the The-object i he meeting thinx
cit was
to were no police ; } m ir- -
f '
; : ten hand the Ettnial hat d(">nievrtaiu cot
._ selling. will probably yield. lumber worth $100 onthespot. slid was not on the proun-l all d.iy ; the ilaine*! b\ the Chairman in his. usual vi+- destruction., It i U this AoViur ;w i

: to Co..Urmal1o. Know Nothing Ma or wan not there ; the quence, iharactenstic( tie; Old) Plou b.hlm"lc'J. wh.cli strike terrur ti> the adieB'tartJ mabr

] A very interesting and impressive rile 11ere! ,'*** fiN in Vt-sey street deputy shOriff"af appealed to to prese-n Cal and tn thc inTnt at i issuetim' wh<> cartetl his way through all the bK*!iJtiorrors ,

( was performed in the Protestant Episcopal New York city .n Frdav: last, by which the peace. but replied that he was a quietman. between Whips and I Whips Dn..- of December anti thmug uu-W -eta

hIs Church of this place on Sunday morning W arl1t.'. satinet works sustained a loss of and the people must take care ol crate anti Democrats. He ,in substanceenounced pulotis, perjurt tu a throne; this 3nstf?'

lust-..that of Confirmation! which was conferred 615,000. insurance J$9000. .St'unevenei&_ themselves. ,' _secret It.t -\un,11 political_I.Soittiea cur lii which the Cabinet of -Ita
Oft 3J candidates twelve of whom CI', glass cutters J51 .LUI. insurance -t- There are other incidents connected with c as daneflll1$ rreetlom: an| lit for w th fear; thus Austria, whore finp; r f

f Port were males. and the remainder females.Tlie 000; Kinsley 4 Darling: drureists. $l0-, the election for which wo.have not room ; treason,*, gtrata.ms and' Fp"ils.w the leading strings uSI which England ,

L that rite was irfonned by the Kt. Rev. F. 000, full insurance.; and other sma'Ier they are. however of the Mine stamp as The sjieaker hat-'np. concluded bis remarks I'ra.ee Ste booked in tLecauip and ii Getrn
II. KUTLFDCE wLo has'made a tret Episcopal amounts. above mentioned. In all. there wen not .a luotion w a !'.'le !JY John T. Reid os.nc.ii alike." ,
eU '
visitation to this of the less than from 100 to 150 person injured hat Jii'lpe J. S. J nes_ Sr he 'reqrefctei!
portion Di.- '
lIon.Wm. Slosely ia out in a strong ojrtd tn the OIt'\'tlnJ the Con McKeeterhttaken the
to Being compelled to visit the during the day. in tbe twi war Is. letter: abu, n- .4
-nt cese.western part of the Diocese the. Bishop extreme U and forcible letter aeainst the Know Noth- To the exertions of officers Giluiore ant I IHammond. erred to 0'( the IIon A. II. Stephens. of the 1'uurtn.i'ith (Va.) Navy 'rard. Set;

for that Inp. The Griffin' Empire Sfate says Sir; Mr. Gray owes hia.e-tlacl. it Wherertponth fnrlpeciroe forward and
now en route point. A seizure of SU>U .rtb ofqu am
A marked interest Moselv" ie is wehI-knowitdiv'ne among the not been that the\. tin&iult-t. InUrfe-red an.l p toceeded to read ; and, being a good eh>-
,very was manifested Primitive jnd.ib' most of his n vases and flowers,has been
and Baptists rescued him from (he mfunate I mob he. I cutionlst. the read n I ? 'has other by the religious public, denom/natlona very many of members this plate; persuasion he opposed tp all secret Institutions would most certa,nl lj have been killed. crp and feeling interest and met approval Uirstou. I -

the .whether. politics l.or religion.- anti applause it the conclusion f all and .
t There in Muachusetti632J the
larpe in the attendance ceremony, as was the IDOminlknicel.evinced by the The Primitive' Baptist are'a frank. free- A largeuuuJ.er of imiprants \\ j* said; very jiaragraph. The reading; beinjr-con- tic*. and 1 art 9' idents.Col. ; :,

;. upon I pokra set;of men,'.who are opposed to all are returning tn England from Austral linked! the following Preamble'ami Peso-
( t'(f 'The Bishop preached tbe"sermon on tlWoecuiaoD roncealnwntB and jrjth,very few exception!' lion. 'Wise arrived lotions were submitted br PVA. 'Johiwon.: Giles' B.Co lc at
Henry A. -
the ii&.Wuhingi
and lee,.,WM. touts. Rector
I be i of the Chorch; officiated la the other;pori thfy, will"agree.:whb 5. Mr. Mosc yin: hltricYnre tou-on 'Qfldl.d,at night was. serena E&r'q. and on motion dr their adopt'on. the Norfolk, V .,dif Fl vt. ; upon(tIli. .w:; Eecret'8odetywheJrsbrInks ; I Jus ff ten affirmative. waa carried by a large' majori.WncacA91
tIon-vf the ded by *!*
lenlRqnr. one.Ju
'jt from ,the light of days; Four thousand btisbeI li and
t */It was-nine trarsitgo;tat Tctsday.'siacf. senaitltelraja, : fin*. bdjfrom'daught. Caii birenshu been appointed Consul of I I crisis baa arrived in the poli- barrel potatoes arrived ai Boston oUJ**
cf Palo rrltrlH f/r. tot the of .
J 1 the batth Alto watjfccjbt/ Hamburg port Philadelphia lice affain of ear common eoratrr, wbka day, :

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Aaia'axnail* arrned at N>w York Llnca to CAO.-HyN. CO3LMERCIAL.Jl BY-AUTHQR1TY7 State

? 'crmiig and frncu Uu-ra we5lmp Thou noble hearted frieod, to thee y 12. LAWS OF THE UNil"D STAtES : m4uatJitc

j rUnt, additional r My tboagbta mast erertara.Thuagh Loxl COTT03f-ContbiM }a fur d.ma 4| sxcoxp k -

tot # towel important ftatnnrs of the frwadsbtp's pain way cease to be, tb. tranesetions ass. bw vr, bit fiftt. iaa* grass ; Sirine Usrriire I* ;

advices from A qmetwhleM are bares .aper, .whng to the rrdocci coj in-lifsren WO1.. -
Una tl late*
i the uri *
u .La Art for Cur IttUr or flPTEVUTA
fllirf Vsifa'jrar armed ia J/wdoa W ttfcrrapk As bright aa ia tboee by-gnoe days, mAlit'wtof the t* vboijen asking fim PTMCwitkm : ivtrscrrafM filf.jp'3fraTNdaaiipYrttZi4tAm essil.of&btUaleu1Was. :._. a::; .s:1.: CeswFetrA .s at JfedbjfXSit*, *Ut\, c.pijmtat& .

iirrct **"m1Jn1 HasrlaiTe- head quar- Whea, ia the atystia tie, the me *f UM 141.-wing qiMatioBiIn- jB. I r

trraVilw Inc 1-rtwtm Dalaklava and the Oar suits were bvand ia w:eJoat ways, mint lo gnoA Florida 1828; Cuamw toOootSwit itcL.4tytt. S s1.SeI il.uas ef'Zip.. c7aitto,1 SDOOOi; I

War Office In lH.*ninj: ftrwt l-wn? at Te tata s that cannot d e.Sboald :taBJ3*.rnu 2S 33; M..LDiax U rtrj fin* ruen.3iUi C
Jrast OJtnplrtwl Thus e.imnnn catwnau ant extra Island Cotton 35aS3, aad upwarrlj.COTTOX Treasury Lsa.tb. be kerehy..aatb-rUed TNStRZ BUILDIX63CIUSDISE PerpetsaBy, iI
f1 e'er iheeK U is.
U.rJ retnnr pale thy ,
I tan j jfenmurwaad IrCRNITEU yU
ltnp ,
now be Writ Ubtbh Jncb 'additweal tatlone the
kr-in-Ch.er inCrine And tbni thy aoUe: M.. d, Miy16. ,no ceaata of Pert and thew C4KGOI3. a 4afaiaat stitsup -
the C niuan Long Iilaad sail Xew
Jemy Ia- -
affordms aid to
-Tbertiia'rper Ur. demand New $
Goods !
Ik* $. Be savsoirMve, maui, aid meek, ash the sates reached 2000 bale at extreme ship.wre.-ked testek thereoa, to change the.*. .* Spring w dajaag* ky ftre. -

, JOomi Vid"ifl imt ,ftFar, until And pat Juer trust IB Gal-, tica T.1b&tz4iagdatiisv, and te make sa.* re- '
npnjfr.mi9; to 10 1-2 i-enta. Cool iitddliag pans, aa4 to farni a anti .rnizz. .
Srotmntur next IKn the idntral American prjAawill He wiil gaUe you tltnxigh this world, command 10 1-4c 10 1-2 as ltTtii,bithjihfleutb5.uipparr.beat adapts! togte aapplte sf.tsctWtbeotfretsn4thsaa. Cljcop for Q1 No : Jobs P Rathurfb,4Robsrt ,
Oul l ( rc&it011! !
: te aa-ardcd. ninny Ttouagh stanas sorrww dark centtSlTl 14 oslj ong PbU.c..dgwitk, Aic.m&.t : '

eabibU liae ap.Idfi.ri>pa*. Sboutd rae ia threatamg ctovds U bash ii- May .Sec-2 4d 5s Ufv.sbsiertsf That tke SeereUry Albert J OOlett, J.J.z1Ituth.c__ -

; Tbe KUMAII rnna-nt ha* urdmt little Lark COTTON-Th Mitt iii day amount to 8>0 of the-Trensary be, savt fee b kere'y.ae- ATBDKLW. Alvin Wllkim, t -C
luoely -
the dilv r nl W ttbepuorof baisi at the Wluirinj particulars : Sat 8 1-4. 13 at tboci.: -9Pt'Q1t a keeper at a oBtpeaeatMfi GE1TES. Samuel T.J.oe., I t
abv.Lire' &
the roAs tlut tower : P. RU SIUORD Zr&
ip.>n JOHN
St. IVtrntarz. in order flat 83-75949 113 at 9 12, at 9J-8, 149 U91-2 not execeHag Ur >1>aadre4 doRsal, at each cf the ,

tier mar pray far the siiul l ufOeLite Czr \V here. dark and iiti1 tutstrwis in earliest wave lore, 116 at 93-4. 11T at 9 7-3, aa.1 153 %t 10 cents rtUiow Irat to ioetbiai.t.iMs.suieo4ses U ert
t A letter from St. Prt T! 'inrz. in 'jmkinof nuny a could tare. Tb. market wntmaea firm, jti.t! hug JdcdTj who h.ll aifbsrhbe! pews, and psrfona the fllE SUBSCRIBERS have lost received a genertl awwtaent ef DRY GOODS, at their aew store, J. n.cRORT, Ag.itJieAies.ie, he.autizc1s I

. areprneiitof ttaschlirUW h.'re Mr mr, Hoj SJIIK-uo pvwer MAT 17COTTOJT dutyoaniujetorofsbetu.t.-ms (,vei.botb. which, FOR CA n. they will sell chesp as -ay other Hocae lathe matry. They Ime adop. ar JACxaoernuatCol
armed at M. IVtirrxlmrsr ctnsts tSeJetn meatiuned ted this prindpi.: of" jHatt d ; of J S Saaiava, -Capt. Charles :
that had jot But praise be tu Jcrns gitea. -There in little cotton on sale, an I the rtjtregi slid keepers Profit ** qvick Zt'.mrmZ sad tavte the attention the PabSctoaaexaauaatwaof SsaVlJt.OL .
Col J ba Browsed |
the rvfu *d to regime tlir.r: marclon ma-J enpertntadeptirnctjot, relative to their Ftoek before purchasing eUewhere. la tt mill be feaad tae fcilowjjig, with ajasiT ,
ear* We hue a .eaJ ug sur \Ie eet.rdy acre only JS1 tiles at foil prK *. the duties tu Le rvqa red of thess other articles too numerous Si Bjeunon : Retry< Timeass, (KT.if) ;
& tI.lh U ald .
. the f,hl..W.tI?! *\ 5 l'ie. c w
To guile a .u >ur waj Ui HeateaTo The folVnr jjp are the p.rtict&lani-1l at9l-2, 57 Se 3 And\tfnrt\er enacted. That no boat Take Xetle

the bear Eiupvn On this c.rctim-laiH.v Better woriOs alar; at 9916, 13 it 93-4, 73 at 97-8, 143 al 10, sal 7Gat hill be i.ar.h.oe1 an 1 l located at any point other mu urn ilL I eli aotttesX $. .
male known tu thee Etiijriir Alrxaadrr That persocs are hereby
the W and'New
lmp m.n coa-t LWIJ laiaad
he nnnvluteljr rule down to tin With crptu i r ght ia 'hat tei! t land, 10 M ita. unless the same fee'pi ia.ej in tbeTmnudiste Jersey care, Priuti, a:, : GflhSiUi! Cheeks. Linens, .1. purtnerfhip formerly existiag bet*. 1. S. :

Their fMisnt at tni'm their Czar Our suugs M>y ever teKtweJ NEW ORIEAXS, May 14C'ttuti of ea officer of the Gorenuncnt, or sales s both Jackui.ett, Orvnad.nes, iiaregt., Grub be lUte Silki, flijttaicgs and Jaxis E. Cans sad kne i -

place. bounds the Ian JHL they M>- tu wur GJ-nt.d Angle's looJlo'j M very firm Sales iI f the week amount chill be given by \ a ] r iixlividnals, living ia theaeighbuchuo.1 fliIei4 S1IL. lilne on, Cambric. Bobi'ieta, the firat Headrieka A Chess, Ia thto day i i. -
knew n>> ; Lawn, Murilne red; and that all persona owing aid 1a.e is
the i -. ete.u.ty 035.5CO Lutes Be.ei.tc 19,500 against 31000iam ouaj tnaed fur the care and [reservation DeLaine Craps, .
threw tlit-mHhe .
brd, they tn pron of the Cravats make payments to acae ether taaa me, es a yaatbonted a-
raine and to the ;
arp'.kation lIoery
tLer ki* e 5kirt
peror'* bwtc an 1 then In* h rv* : thee Fr. jJ u uiy cny yuutbTJB at this port amount. to 172,000 bales. Stock See. 4. And It furfur enacted That the Sec fiekv ; ()enaburghs, Ilruwn Stiet-tirz Baschet! 1teeting, warned not to sell any goods er ether asMfeiV .

crept in and wit Inrlwfrti the hornr' !krs i.ati atituteti poo var brow, 133,500: retary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, au 3lucquuto, Nets PiaiJ ft bbuns, Stripee, Drills. said sale ana ; tor Z will act be isninaaihle 1st asjatt

which th rv rmlrt-act fnin time ta time Is !riiia8-np, Lure and Trata" Floor rules at {10 50 CoSVe is lower tales of thorised to establish stations at such Ugbt-boitM* %VLale Bone hooks Braids1 Staving. Wetebing, seer wd keep aa agrtt at ManaOa, t .
and Eec
.. children as, m h.s jjl ndu highl dili ht-! at IIH t.n r a lonrabaent Linen Canitir C IIandkerchth eUflT property, for the bush of the credJaara.T .
at 9 1-2; Prime at9i-4to 10 cents aa j apparatus maybe pnt m their charge
Week Later From CahifurLia. J. aUXDJJCB.
parent. Af ir rr ri mg the Lmjierurbleaaing Yellow Corn is worth SI 10 per bushel. respectively, a? a part of their official datlea. MBSfiflfS.'Goat : :

they marched off N,.w uaLCA .s, May 14, 1855. Approved, December M, 1334.An ago REWARD.
B ICON-20 casks shoulders sold at 7 l-4s.
.15 return f r the fplm lid tiara. Taliw The Uu.tedfcuUs Mail att' unh.p I'n- Lad'ea' Clack Silk Congrx-e Uaitera., Men's Fine boots, RANAWAYfrumth.s'essS1C41" :

200010( rvals recrnth pix-scntrd to the metheut l lisa arrived at tms lain, with (ilte SCOAR-DemioJ fur Sales 400 had* at an- --, w ... - -.,,.- CaoreFio Tee, -- '4 I /Q:ellaa whilst Uyiat; at bet wharf ii J i iTille. '

Pope bj the Queen .>f i* nils Il Ute Act Laid to*relimqttlA ttbtrttdfbr U Jfu Satt Slatt Ffrinrt cf T77tc t itrtm.St i,.oj- ; : EttIiih KId SIitp.,, .,. Kip Brogans, o or abotxt the fint ef Mart* IsiA.aaeed .

: has sent Her Majvttt} the bh of St. Felii at dan Franc.KOI t<> the i5.h *.lt. Ihtrelliue 10L.SSES-Sa1es 1,000bUs fermenting at it asocial byfu Smalt sad ttautt ef Ripntentittrtt French 4 Bppcva;' aegre mat JULT. UeifbImm-
25 26 12.Cl bUs ihon-e whnh is 'i a Bodkins U and ptexioo, >abeat 28 or 30 yean f aM, aad ar* a
sat Enameled Shoes
Marttr. a scan > Fancy
the \ rr I.ttlc afr ill' nn,',rtan''e. of tAr United States uf America inCongrt eovataasai He U shiest t feet 19 tMaes) .
The French Emperor and his c-on-'irt ivtoraed Tiie United State* Liud CiKe at 00. x ** attemltltd. That ijf lieu of the twelve C Kid a Cloih t pjwd Gaiters surely atgk. Oia wife at linngat Palatka, aa4 !

tu Par.s sin the ettnni? i>f the 22.1 had omfirtbel the '.\ rl-r claim to tlewnItague 0 ITS.-1 000 -ks St. Louis sold at 70., itt! salt spnn" s, with .'er-tiotis of land adj.iining to a it Kid Tics,. N Lasting Congress Gaiters, prebmbly ia that smgabertoed. The she*! m-

bnlliaut! rvcrpt:* tn fii tluni in England ea .b, Aeretofure graatedte the State iii Wucoasm -a :Enann-led Ioou I' IrtfortipredMissea' ward will be given by the sabscriber fatkli igss
The of Uu 1, upM hjch the city itt -010; la one lot at-. fur its ne by the fourth elaan of the sevealhse ,
emrfaenent Js aissaftfaiej
had niArf> Kin upitti; ttitJtiii, btanJtt.lst. WHIKEY -100 bbls! Eecti ed sold at 34 l-Z.: ton uf the act, entitled An act to enable the Parudi Boots, Youths'.. j.3rot- delivered heaaion and to the Captain of te Jafl the at ejemt. |

aQcla' ct even the inut Inutile tif their .. hu\\ failures ba\e taken plan- 1ar 15. l vple of Wisconsin Territory to form a Constitution BobLovs, call Br"gana. March 31-tf LU.COXXTTtt.:

aubjecU. l'u.I lc ft-eiinz in the dcjiartnrnta J..M Duncan'having fa.k- fur SSOOOO. and O.ttonfinn, at n minil prices, owing to the light an-1 State (JoTernraent, anl for the admission Childrens'! Shoes, a large Stock, te. Ao,
of h 5t'ite into tLe raidn approved the sixth Ice Creams and CoutecI.sa7.'T'flE _
lie 1 the
teemed su
tu greatly pntihc at > *
'; I l"pt. ii for 1tiO.JtiU.hititite.i. re eipts Sates to-diy 2,000 bales '
vwiye > : Mill undersigned has the boson toL aaaevasa fa
m.ti.fe-tel toirar Is them. Jay cf Aujjiat IB the year eighteen hanlred and fjtftl.ii liftril
cotboiiaain ,
; d'lll. TORS 14 the Ladles tal Gent1smssefJaha
ia New May fortv-jiJ there b*, aa-t be>e iy is, RT alit te the ,
Fruin a scuii-otlicjtl st ttint-ttt ui the! P-iri-t A good aworUa euCccrrprVEg ,f 1 bfl't HtlOJ., ItIA flFATf! TAlML that he has rtncved his -'
[ ,
launders tlie notorious f ) selected! the
forpt-r, iai encapwl Cot ion 14 CTU ant I Ien 1m; upwards Midlling aid Stale of Wisconsin, to be by lejHUtnre I -
(.V>n titiitM!'el it tim- uqw pretty nrtaiit lrttu tLc State in a veiit.-I iKu"nd f >rCunu. rules at 101-4 ,- F. ir Orieonji 11 3-4 of said State ont of any public Ian aa>>> AK, WOOL, FELT, aal WIDE AWAK dIALS rurcx cartncnmntoParkhsnt
tint the Emj rur ill!! Iruceel tu the Crimea. and I. sold ia h together wtb Children? lLtt., and bloomers. '
| ject to pm ate entry, to sa manlier Adams' trick tmfidlaf; *fae saw ,
Flour lower Ohio ru'cs SIO 50 SIO 72Co
is at to 1
lli citiipequza'e| u as in course ii fpreparatMHi us the legislature may direct, for the benefit jjj EJIT. win keep eoastactly ea head a ebefee aasertaMSst '

alt I his Jtpjrtjru wa rtatetjlu THE CMot.iNOTH CAROLINA.-The :nij worth SI 17 and in all of the nuivenity of said State, aai ef fresh Candies, Plala and Oxaaaseatai Cats* !

be bxe- MAT 15 fur lions no of other Ian i purpose Prnidt whatever Th\t neventy-two selections ear-of A well selected atock, suitable to the demand of the market Toys sat Perfaasene i
: any Orders from parties win be thsakfaBy teistfil 1
vat letters e learn that .rrviii.i tu the Cotton is firn Fl >or u lower ; Oho' is quote 1 at ,
*- '.f a | "i ntent luerchaut of tliait.U lanl h-vretjfore resale nnier the act, entitle uAa ffiUDBfflEE.HOLLOTT and promptly at'enied te ea the shortest aeHea. I .-
Lmptn* '{Uittin; :Kii.Ln it had !<- from letters SIO 1-4 t* 101-2. Cora at SI 111* US. Coffee act to intend the tine for le-tiugland g-on'el r 1ci Cream Saloon M BOW eaea to issatu ; .

at a raeil.n; of tie < aUntt. that Vittij.i.ited i-itracts steady Su tr first. tv the St to uf Wis.ans.n. tar ethos parpose*,** sp- \7.,Rr, RAZORS, SCISSORS, C Ji- iJtrrtS, 1100Z3 A STAPLES, SPADES. aIE3 chilies L. Jl. AUBERT, Ageal iJacksoavia p

kJiHottzh all imiilar j-l4i>< were t<> lie sui ( in. r.l.Ik, sJ'irLr': The price of Flour are a trifle lower Good proved tie fourth day of May, eigh'eea ban Ire Jin FEE MILLS, SCREW FILES POWUES SPIRIT LEVELS, BCTCUER Lu!SHOE *, April 21, 155-4C ]

Diilted Lu a c.tuitc.i of mar t'ntui -r>.rs* ear Kiizaheti! Cl1, X. C. May 10. OhwH from 66 -1 fifty-two, and hieh th UI not have been sold SHOT, LCD. tRAWiAO tSIVEj, KMVK3, COTTON CARDS, BELLOWS -
quotel *t 10.50 SIO. 1-2 bit
per the f tei States 1 u Dot claimed > 1'Jaj
all tlir .. by a aa legally y MV S, t'oats sad CAHVESJ, HOOiiS sad lUNQEa, Decal Circuit Coufl.IprtagTsrIS4Se
will I.
i in -
wu i oe oW.iji.Lrit
JKnttuusuf Ihe a tat tier 1$ etreuieIy cxldatid df. The prices of Corn are. a trifle higher preemption or otherwise, sh.ll ue, sal hereby BflUiSll&S.S POONCIIA INS, WINDOW bTOPS, AU'JERS. H. JIcRoar, Ja, } ;

the canijaip. u .it'&tr ir l L4. t n tiJt-t uig.it, and now thermometer SCOR are buoyant Orleias are worthy 5 l2cperlb tire, granted anl cinSruiei to aad State, fur the COPE, TACKS, BULlS, SAWS, SQUARES, fartheuttof I ATTAaCuXTf ; M

(hat he *a' tbe tlie tit* ahll fircL-c lime Iuier.aI drcix-e .l.-! the -ereoty-two secti<>n' hereby granted ZION CAPS TER'S SAaH J
( Mitli c41 au j Jr weather. HM \\ lieathcli spraris OF TCRPEVTISI t
ci.nmin.3z 45i
> J
ted fn.m \V.u-l.r Ca-tk zpp.nt.t| A I- ApproveJ, De.eioer 15,1354va PLAINS. OOCQE3. POCKET KSIVES, T0OLSCIIISELSTAP EOBBZS, J JryDEPIaiatiffhaTiflf

,airal I lianirliti Minister if Marine in tin- ia *tit jtt putting out" its he-ad per all-in Cra le is Cr'a.RN.squitel SPRING BALANCES, MAlLS, & LcAioo wede aaanae* a tlBj 1 4

ph ace M L>uc '>. hl IHXII ituiiK-iiled : uitut t e erj .cr.ausi_ tiijuied. *t fx.rnS13i1.q.RrcEii VI. WOOD-WARE, suJ as BCLKETS, LROOMS PAILS, AXI IIELVE3, ie. 1 the above stated use the Defaadaal aat aft t *
"Newberu .N. 0 11. An Act allovinz (farther t'jnt ef lift ytart totAoi. ethers interested will take notice ef the 4
May firm, ant from S3 25 16 50 me, .
uUr re'.1ut..zi imi the f-rtm- f qatel.at -
a> a i o t> t holding Imult ly eafau in fit Vugma. BOOKS AND STATIOyEBY- appear and plead to the declaraOoa Sled thw.. .
a nisa ho a fcjr years s:uee ni,ul | not Ix. ""fbv acc'.ju* I mu-t jive t.f the gr wmg j.r 200 Pb. 'triuy District in Oita v'liefi were inadtdnor Blank Eooks, Fools Cap and Letter P per, Pen.lU. Wafers, Pen da ilia Wa; w.th a seleeticaefSvbool B U PZAX909. -

all utd tu put a i i.i \iihui the pivc.uclsof cTi'j.s at *erd....c.M.raginp. liie\er to first January, tlgkteen kxndred and Booas, Stcnd-irJ Works, anl light naiiugGSO Mareh 10. ir S-3 a Matetif a AttoM. ,. .
ttii3tL..i.&tilt .Id aad! ir Pos mnamler Kca Lit hvi I sen bell to trial in the ,ifly-tteo, to hart tu Lanes Surveyed and patented -
the r,*al p lic ueat'icr c a.tt. $; v- E31IES and PROVISIONS. -

lie ptiZilectwin S te O>ttnlc 1 rresp .luce.I eiltctvpm t *> It l.tlle ; aLat tin In the fluiler case of Birth TS teuton ia the Fiur Bread ic 4s. pATALINA
< ha i |>ru a nui exc tii>t fypiant p .rjtuv rctinidt.vet of Sac Untttd Staid ijf America in Beaaa, Crackers Uaaael Crwpo, Administrator ef aa sad ssa e
1 > Mr. ir.f l nad left .s.str.i elo srm.. au.i St Lou's quarts, 4000 l >lltrlatai es hire been That the oSi and soldiers
the puUie tain in j
Congress assembled. ers a WINES .AND UQUOKS. gout( the roods,, chattel, rights aad ajixttsj 4 .

WM hau lie 1 iliiirit glitm ra in the r<.m.a<-ti- all ta'MT a'l wat.e-a-eut oteiu a.l .git..er wirlel Lir.h. The case goes to tee Supreme of the Virginia hue, or continental estaM.sbnicnt, Fine Old BrtnJj, New Whiskey! Boarbeun Whiscer, Rectified cal Conuaua Whiskey, CuacpafBa, George F Skiff; late of this manly,deceased,aa*. -

Iflc5 uf the preea. Curt this he rs or assigns, entitled to bounty Io whi h have, prior to the first day of January, Ac- FANCY GOODS. the icaeiveacTof saad eetata: ;

Ka .*aa r.uaJ e*. Cool Ulres.Iliat WILLIA1II 31. TUNNO, D>I Dommi. ei h.eeu ban-(red and Cfty.two, tern This is, therefore, to aotfiy an yanaai aariaf
tb Sal halt Bnuaer Ccats icThe
Perfamery SoipTo and Dressing Looking-Glasses,
en'sreJ witLia the tract reserved by Virjr-aia between ,
AW.ti ag Ut.wa iii iJu.tr.'u-e! an 1f r inz U h w itl make a g io I .1 i lie (Lite Tunu-., l'inckncy i Co,) (be Little Miami iaJ SJuto r.vers fur i-trim- above, which enumerates bat comparatively few artUes of oar present Stock, we offer to attract demands proved act against tteotcaUd aid estate,,before to tie the Ue ssssa Jadft, laly ea* t 4

er.io.suJy p> rai-te-i in f.r .eari
lezitiinate trai.s of r.utcii. i.i a.i. ih- _t aCiit ia tW $ktci.cn. but coatmuet at A'hDCOMMISSION < ', upon evut.neatal! e tall-chnient, shall be al-! no reason to regret the same april 29 Stay next, at which time there will to a pee tata

er culu-ii: a ill be tau.alii 2 ue Ute tnttlijQct tar a IA t.nsiei. \\ hinI MEIICH VNT Iwe I the time of two yean, f.iHn sal after the distrIbution cf the assets of said estate ascaapa. laa -
8< of this aet, to make an-I I return their surveys S
p age creditors thereof.
fruia the West I aUh I.tall utte.td ch'irctiau
wu c t a M\ exptrate 'iear sal -
For lion ia ad So-itheru Georgia ani warrants, or certified copies of warrant HAUTR1DGE & TLMANUSHA Witcue aune u Jadge of ProUU. sad sW -'
i fi-vlft that f ...t.Ua..l oil ooaiiel anl I cvrrv.laifn.'tI NEW ARRIVAL toy
< ,; t is titC >r tar in. I KO 1) L C E to the General LHUJ ORe malcfsai4Cosrtthlsth.aiszI4a7dIL.
aa4 Mar. Hits ca ... .t be i.sLe4.! ne.ti. ..rtu f>r I fear < e 1.L! uve a ran btonn,'" Yort'i 'o a' H'h Approred, December 19. 1SS5NO V in store, and will sell at a email skates 5 I of Lend
nerc :irf 'har'evton .C. SCHOONER WEN1IIWUK1U. fur CASH the arthje November 1 ia the year ear ea*
uarj1h4m1imiit u it tbe rtcrvile Irj.::i.1 u jo'ii it 51C vk itS (Jt; ure to make a May1Jj Ant 97 Btv-.rr.t. aa *OQth.a [601 HBY following TIS: Ihoasaad eight bandied ad tSy jhafc 4 -

Tie a..l.ti.ni..t tate .iu le itjau ..ssuiu it. a.. 1 ttift. V"Jlfll a la'ihter rvmarkti, 'I UI E. %V. CLARK has jnst revived aaassortmeat CROCERICS AND PROVISION FELIX LXVT5GST03T, I

th urlheru Mite* .if tliv U.i. .i t.ut .' woiilliiiL I :Ire !iehjli iu* .- i can aviit : iiuu FOIl PI1ILAIELPIIAI. An toproridefer theirtiaiitistments\ ol FAMILY GROCERIES, Flout, barrel, half barrel suit sacks; Maocar Judge of PrtbaUs Daral Ceevty. .
Idle tie C\ippeitn Indiint to f i'land* aimed -- toa.prising.SUPJPAR -
down stat-l ill of ni; Batter; Lari; 11a aif, Ba>.oa Sides; JsLtckereUtei Neremb.rll.1954-da.
>. .be! t. ar 1w 1 ,z tprtK. lite iciii 04 .t a luaM.x TOBACCO
i* now i jip -) | m. New lto'itp to Saara Falls. the Great and claimed ty them in tie Territory vfJltJinefuta. Fiab Csesse KaxliMDwy Eai..r.e -
; Layer iaes
I here it. U < kin.1 -a ii .i ether iH.I> *-i y a jri-! fe. tVn vnu overtitar Northoru Lalet aal h ( aa Is. and Halt ef Wisconsin and f.r CvifM 4 Crashed ; of cabin breads, a&4 quirtw boxes; Brandy; Cbemesi Chow- 1

iile. Fa.iatic ree.Iutt.a* ueitr .h Ijackwanit 4 .i'I'z; Htrtiu'i a t in,: to her fnthtrD F a r e ***!> Ue-Iuceil. L'er dometieritian and ciTiInation Stewart's SYRUP, PErOf OIL, tat 7; Lemuc Syrup; Coffee, Bin, Old Govercm't Jaia NEW ARRIVAL. ']1

an i far the the stuih t ;;ue ua >i.I't ,.:irj'ia-e a vtrv cxjtu-ir| 'it iati.iw. From iraaaah thr ijzh to Nia tra Fall |2S lit it enacted by the S'nate and JIaust eflitprct'ntatut 0-eea Bla..k TEAS, LINSEED ELEPHANT OIL anti Moba, lea Oolong, Gun Powder, and APRIL 13. I *
1'i-t! will be-I.'" of fit United State* qf America inConereit Rio.t T ang Hyson ; Sugar Crushed, Coffee, Porto Bias TEST RECEIVED.. .7
Idt..trutHsit.C iiit re l t ke un lur liea Ir .IMt.ut ny CIN.MON.
Th the rremdnt be ai..ibe ,
Jig ;t we whht A MII J.-u >>ir iiiiitat \u>i max ala e ivrtai.i she A ill nuke HE welt LD..WII fit !IM ei>-wbeel Steim1 tftcmbted homed, U to aalNCTME. ALCOHOL, aal New Orleans ; Candies, Adamantine, Star and J 7,200 BUSHELS CORK _. -
is hereby, ut c oe aegvtiatMJOtu Florida3jrap New Orleans Molasses -
ciiitntty t<* the fate ufJ.wstc.i. lbe.i..ii- agail aife. XVl -n ou ee a ''riiul n-e ship KEY-TONE ST\TE. Cpt It Has- be entered into with the f b I lews Indians, fu Sperm, A1 unant'ne a a I White\Yae! TINEOAR fipenai Sugars, from *3 to ilO;per thousand; Tobacco,; 1,100 75 BALES EASTERN OATS I HATr o

er taut people ua\e up t-: r nan '3 lo then earlyt Lrvakuet a-Iil 1 tiphrrintherV Dir, sN fr 'in S tvaan.tb f.r I'h I Iiieirhia, e sty the nznishcient of their title to all the lone Tad.wCAJ.DLEL, Cider Virginia, Fig. Laugh A Ready, and Teiiow Bath; 80,000 MAINE BRICK 3.
a"enute! We Loot 1 f.JI-m j -
.4! 1 tin mt down -1 I. t Jy as *: M iy 231 ; Jane claimed ao-J owned by thm la the Terri ory sf! CONFECTIONARY, CORDIALS, Pukle 1 1-Z and M '
int-TitaU cause.jieie- A tt a'M.ilt j-rt- turk ia tHJx'ii, ai- n an 60101 ,Olb July 4th and 13th lit sortsdPBE3ERY gal, gaL gL Jan; Swaps, 6 BBLS. ROSENDALS CIXIXTr ,
; August Minn *>U and State of Wis "nsiu which r..atieshi.l Ci.tgtte'itNo. 1 SOAP l No. 1 Pale C.iittts aad Tutet .
paring i/r limn tiM- titmer. Site cr.t iii .Icix-'i.I tiazi it stir Will mike a fftA v ..fe.iVhen 15th mj :22tii i A ., learu t'h'lalp'pb.a toe LEMON SiKUP Colgate's ; Worce 6 FLASTERPABJSt !
contain the .rowing: p&oviziona awl each RAISINS. FIGS, .ter S.tuce Pej Sauce Yeans Powders Mas- -
*"CuK u" ai iraur.utj' liar*. l.i.t the.rpoleuces y KI St-c a female ani..ulo leant a iLter nil ate WeliwsUy* As re thT as tnAT I'e requuite anl proper to carry the tart, Ginger, Ctuiamun, Spice, Katmegs Black *
aisahiji.! s ..: Itit to ttQelhui to trentt ml :a i-nmia'iliiumi. there iv, Vprun- LONDON PORTER 250 BUSHELS IRISH POTATO*, 4 4
a:i .i iu eep i tiver Ira as eir.i s -up..rt ; rams into effect.: OLIVE OIL.CUOCOLATE. Pepper, Cloves M&e. Starch, &U Eratoa Cooking 20 BELS MOLA'SSES 1 ; '

them, and eTt ry tur c iiai krat.oa <.i (IHti (HTM If an 1 (N-rltaprx aj.-vd larents <>u .*.a fling un the oist supe v to the iv Y5TOr E First Grxntia to e vh heal of a famly, 'a fee YEAST ?POWDERS Soda, Table Salt, Sb.4, Lead, Powder, 1-4, 30 SUGAR s T -
TATE $ ; ;
>>ti8m atui 1 huraauUjk with .a\ap; thdaia tie a uv aie Hill ni.ik.eo >e of the lte>t yl.w BIT flyer tuo.'h wntir 100? roie' '.u Unaware &rap!*, a re-erva'ioa of eighty acres of land to POWDER sn-.r AVI) LFAD. 1-2: kegs, sal cashiers 6 M : DRIED APPLj -
ant !
two 1-
; only uighti at ssa. Calm
and with bloo l j..iit eci n.i..hiiAiiuhCied ir*. rhe l I.et t qml t c-i to look alter >n Ii.***; e, i.O ; 'teera e, 4iTh tie sele-tel rn the territory isled, so stun w sur- WINE NONONGAHELAaadSTAS.AM LIQ.UORS. lOWE 3 IEVDIE1I .

m the en 1. De'.an Ia cit Carlia/o a w ife in 1'istrhiini inU iKhtur jrnitk-- .t Line, in O'nflCtiun w tb the new NorhWe revs shall be completed by thise entitled, whi-haii OLD BOURbON HOLLAND and ROSS Lttuors, IVltes, Ac. f BBLS: LARD | 1 +
the President WUISKEY
< reservations shall patented by DARD -
aJ anl When 'te-n R.I E, id R-m'e frc-ni Pbh1elihia Brandy, 01J UterI acj Cognac; Whiskey Re> 1O.KZGS.
Us luUle Ctj.4ti.- ptr&ka.-e tin ne-s ljeia\olence pit' \wiin aff of the United StUes, and the patent therefor GIN. N E. RUM. SCHNAPPSCOGSI- tided Old and Old ti NAILS -
I Linger a a UMe ti defend u or to pi i thv *. tier is noda.ig run u II ota -.- .rJ< the.h >rt# England the
; ;
wht tell i t-. the last ; p mmgnp heirs anl le lcrprejentatives, until otherwise or- Ac., 4j. Ar TenenCe Claret S ..
nw M they are prcjun to period.Norsoci of tie S-fauflkill by Val.ey Jorge, th i oeh Saerry, Port, and Malaga; SOLAR OIL|
lerel Coa anl nv .b of hoc ition shall AGRICULTURAL.PLOUGHS .
w.tl Aice by reio, ge Ci ier A.e and Porter. EOPAIROAES
bnast tie t.rrv.it tic cutuiut: Itevln.(. the ftwour Coil rein'of Penmylrvnit. CaauiiMgoe ; -
I bi mtde w.tbout the as.ent of the President of HOES Pails sal Oils, Also!
G'iKEv. aal handsome
a large stork if 2J7.
tile iMrf ( Cliuiri
aal be sive.t a4r nlv renlant 4 I wh his haihn reath'a' Niagr Falls anl the Great tie titlist Stiles PainUWhite Lead, No 1 and pare, at Charleston TritE, SASH, DOORS. and BLINDS, wttaaa f
lug ttrrcat. Time .)j U I can ret.'i_ ) ii it- p. pave ; Suspension Se-a I The annmliC' to whlth said In liaa are DEN RAKES A.\l HOES,
... pries; Fren-h Lee, a pare article; Oils! iitra aasortnient of CARPET GS, WOO iS
ilnin lhuuix.lfs'irnnnid 5-1c. ia sixteen hours f.-wiu Phil
.t4f rne 1 taLC -trae.. sit i.t.t Vir;ooiint. I lelphu ; tnv.rs.s.g with the enaretit WHEEL-BARROWS, hAT
an tt '-uo IK.-T ma: en'illel. nniercxMtiu treUics, Luueej Salad Sperm Wbal and Lard. SILK COTTOX HEJIP OIL-CL.TH ml *
her kisatuN her yoI brae ail umen. el on a certan ..ccitiun, bj)) a cro.rd of be of a uutry unnriUe IF the erin tear sal of s ii 1 lot ais, together w.th .u:h as may be *UI FORKS. REAPING 1JOOKS, CHAINS Hardware.Aie STRAW *ATTI>0. A4of whiehweare, -" -
who) minted lient d iu y its Kenery Thr uzh Tickets, allow< I< we1 Ih-ui fir the -c si'Q, ir cessions, under the SEEDS. Ac. 4IIOLVlOiV *
on n- >
tu br ettiB. their honM.s ui Ut kr fur qmuiu;: .ip.t..rt. piseengeri to tup at mteroelute p..nts anj reume -Lererett's, Collins and Braffs; Ames lag at modsrate pceeApril .
the The Iuccourajf liayiu their.>wii sniartne at tlteexjnM their I,ri.vVKHij of this ait. shall be eqn* ly d stnua'edml WARE. Shovels and Spider ; Girden Rakes, Planter's 14-tf BI.LIS A LZDWI7X
erect. rriau re-| i.re t>fc> ; journey at pleuare: fits sal< by the OVENS COVERED S PIDSRS.
p-nl them it their vilU'e*. or pettIenentswithin IRON POTS, BAKE -
Hueo N'os. 2 ant 4 Corn Mxls Saws Cress
J ; ,
an.1 prompt he. 1'ne xrn .V j jpU Iin- 4 f tiiat of the I'aJlkee."lltllo. Atteotatsivtnaab. Fare fn
; of the Smlh uu>tj.l m <>ue great hrn i- Jonathan, ayp one ; where F.our Falls; : the SJ6 Sn pe.KNa lindgt or 127Ajrrat Buffalo. t23; to i Cieaideot shall W mvestel with power to cause 1R\INI PAN.-5, KETTLES, PATEM I Chain, ; Grindstones, Treacle; Augers. Patent A TWO STORY HOUSE, vita aaa aasT 4 fl

(:cnetsis party ma. U b4\c t 1,0 .,oin.nute 1, from time to time, WAFER IRONS SAD IRONS, Wren:be-, Puts, Oreaa, Gnddlaa Fry Pans, Spiders 41 foor good sued roomsco the gn a4 taer aa4- -, l'

They Can at lea>-t tare t'te;ut-lten. 1'liefim ltn'an Li U tuu, a little tramp." wo.-> Mi I'J-t.u C A r lAMAR f-r na h articles of go-tit, pr.vutoM, stock, cattle Ac, Ac.Ac Ovens, Muffle, Bakers, Hooks and Hinges, two luoma up stairs. The yard U ipai teas, aast'f -
the irnyienentc of ajrri.ultiL! < the eleirnjt ant fenin CORDAGE.Manilla H Nails! and Sbiagl UaUa. therf is a good well and out-buues the J
Uf has been .tri>I > 1 fits ref.hv ns Hasps Stap.es, as: ea filial
.. n M iV 19. '- ; of laa-i, an I the erection of bnildian and Rope. Span \am, Se zing Staff; Packing 5.-
lrttspltehir.a Ute br ier. if Mi- What' enur bnsineM in IJoston ? con- ets, C. G Uaomers MaailU Rope, h-4, 1 aad 1-4 Eaqtureof -
< -ir 0:her iinjroveu.e.itit, u, IB ha discretion, will coa- Yarn, 0 haiti, Bagging Twine Net Twine, ApriI2IS5&-.4L B. X. W. CLAJLZ.
TUcaise of hit oiate i* t.ie c itt it io tinned the mi'iM t.ve jrcntle.naii. E-t- ; 7-P .Juce met to prunote ihe.r conJjrt, civilization Fish Laics, Bed Curds. Plough Lines, SaI.l'ery. -

of all the S.. Uli I'm .w in after pension mon- runneat welfare itt;, At-u-
i'e dtN.n M4te sr e mj CORN tOUNI CORVZHE ant f Saddles-Meikaa, Kentucky Spanirh sad Waga LOS OR STOLEN/ -
nest not Lie penn.tte 11 > be ov<.r* e i'e>t.Mu C, reip..n.ki rv.nn. Third All the benefits sal pru ilexes granted tuMid NAILS, HARDWARE"WHITE LEAD, PRUSSIAN ; Collars Kp Split and Meg Skin; Padded '
f ahvril i> hive ia h in I a large quantity Icliiuj shall be extended lo and enjoyed by BLIE, CURO.ME GUEEN 5PROM THE CBSRIBEX, a* taCB { ',
ach tier I Ir' Prits ejaculated whiskerw; hums Green iiaimes Blind Brtdtes Cart Sad
Mtl in -'n. t tv im nv ne\ 1 *. ; >
c.jj oC0RN, "h h they are selling very np- the irutl bloods belonging to or conne ted with Together with other article,, e inpri!>iniy a respectable ver Epmrv in If anon Co, East FhrUa. f -
Lualr .ai,) pee-i! t u. i.w 1'ree IKIA urichdo inirt and" i hat are you lily at pri e" more sitL-fvtory than be irf i -te the tnbe. and who shall permanently reside oa Stotk. whi Ji will be sold lavfvr ( 'oi.k dies and Breeching Domestic on er about of hint December, 1854. a asjatt r V.,

tSe C-jniinoumcJui'* i,. 5 tit.u i t'c; ai,4. Iraw.n pt.nus.ti inone for ? can t* "tune fir in ay mlrket thu Ue ofatiwore. 1 be cede Ian is. PoaiUvely ao extends i cred.ts givea. Osaalarg, G>weta and Oswego Denims, Tick CHESKCT SORREL tONY HORSE sheet aU f .

tkjn cm aarie* uf N >rt t.r.i IUITro.it $.K.K- Oi !" ansere I the count nun I pet Fourth The laws of the United States and tbe HEW CURE, ings Shirtiiigi and Manse Stripes; Flor da Factory years aU. with three white feet, Bazeasaaiaias) .j |

t"wh-> were sent there the tie *.ipa t, fuircetii* c-very tear-tew to m ni I Irn in: II.if. IIIV. HIV. Territory of Minnesota shall be satan led over the april 23-4.1 At the (4d siaaJ, Bay Itreet.xo Thread- ; tail, and well pat up, aad ia what might to torn- 'J ,
M M nne*>t. whenever the ed a nataral pacer. Any patios Ufc*jr *f aa4 > t i
other fuIk' Territory
ml let Chippewa Wool
.ifetabIs.iita ab 1 4 Hioiness tew to Were Ac.Backets. .
purpose an tiu i rootxreammaiutj <> 109 BALES VaTESN H.Y, rice.BY bone and addresSing the snleenbar at Tne.Vla-
and the shall to be
un the b-.rJcrH ii.il I If business aluaw Jujt reeeired fruui Bitiia same miy be relel, same iese Painted ; Tabs, CeOar and Painted ; diaca **
*v.ur imi- "Srah WiMcter, H that the binds reserved some, county,Georgia. win to hjadaesaalr r
In IIIB coubttv, except between the parties interested Well Bn keU Bail taxes Nests Brashes Scrub.
a** acnda aJi *nuel meu tWre. too .h itil Tlie answer wan ent'relv sati'facl'T to which we call the attenti uf all wat> are dvpfisel owned them arrangement ; rewardedforthesame. ; .
to t ud la liaikvir other property by fur toe purpose cf soling up the business Shoe, Rinse aaj White Wash, Brooms, litre 2
** dnpatchrd to rL-t tnen. ihs and that ct..wtl had n more remark to to fee I their teital no the hut article f taxation and execution andthai March 24-3m JOHN T AIIKT.V .
a be from
a the wlufa shall exempt 5 >t the firm, tae undersigned{ will sell at public auv.tioa Heir h ant Wisp; Se>ve., brass sad wire; Axe
a hal state id tiling* f.r a c .ii.tre such as .ller. Hay al s me ttr yt eouui North River the act pasiM>d tbirtieh June, eighteen bun- at Ja ksunvilic on Monday the ISta day of Halves, Mtt-he, Bed Curds, Plough Lines,

our ht tacit, wheie ixiblfC o,,.m ,n hittkrefre Hay All u rJer being fro'>St.tl the be drel aad thirtv-faur, ti regulate tra.le and in- Jane next the following property Clothes Pins Tab Mats \ nfs, L qaor* and Sean.

had there *4" arm% Itstaiiii.g ai .1.trine iel hy-reiaitt< in es a Country iniut su.j/mp in- teriwone w.th the Indian tnbei," Ac, be inoperative A two guig Ste m Saw Kill complete with a HARTRI1XJE TIM 4NU3 expect to keep a BLACKWOOD CO.barJust reeeired freak ,
Intelligence.ABRUKD oter the sill celej temtvry, except tne home house an J about twen- hand -
above and
the 4.-cree iofla g-jod dwelling Segru sappy of the articles always oa ,LIQUORS aadSXTUM, :
*. KM ,t ta nAof Reiuemoer, Com, like "time IB I tile, wait far
twentieth sect.oa.whch prphibiU the intnxliu- y-eght: acre uf land ; Also two loU ia Jarksun- will supply Da dir aal Planters, at as tow rates at their eld stand OB Bay street, sad BOW effss> to 1.
wor sctrL.Ui; Hrua ..u le! uarrel flu ui In 19 lion aol s tie of tp ntu-

liii hi-vu pushed uit..i u* aa.iat ,ur t... M .y Z-SAt Taugset, (U >*as ta,) Alice Pruri.deace M4y ELLIS A LEU WITH Fifth Ths Pre..loatshwi hive power to pre- on Btck Creek; about twenty eight s.re* nah, with freight ad-Je-L market o n o3tr. Segars sold by the taoasajasL

treaties an-1 |T> 4-

all oar a;<| -alt<. hnrfhrrW. 1. It.tn t.iMr- 2- S.hr M jsc-.w, M C nney, Nissan, N P toe l/.aj.y ulf Miy, oejro buy inconsi'tent with the fmffunf provisions, M he Colt, and eic?en go's! negro man Terms made %*f IcnOa Bepabbcan tcpy. ohn or gallon,or by the docea ia tottlea

tir sod *UrrrMrtat* ii O4uj>a id a* la 5-Jrig Hoary W M. a.are,Cartis, > TM aliui cuUl, auuut 5 feet 7 uu-hes bight, en I inty deem nee >ary, urthi efisotutl rule exe.atim l of known on the day of sale. WINES. .;.
the purposes nf ibis ad,which s iid aa> rega- WU1 also be .odun BrdJks Isltal oa Na-san NOTICE.ALL The stock is ewrprifed of
pick Dp the gatue .4 iiatf** 4 j jr.-tare .M 5-S ar S is Uirl, Ftckett, Piymiutb.! ]>[ ars U te Wit 17 ur la years old He litmus bill be wnu lly repor.e 11 O gress. B Ter, Fia. OB WelnesXiy the 20ta day uf June persons Lie busty forewarned against DEIRA, SHERRY. CLARET PORT At.
f LECK TIa beu
the dicviuUc t..i'se._ ihb .e Hrnttr.TK M 5 ,<.arCA Cruok, Eaiu.er, J?. T.M e..Dr. o"Keif' ne ir U .eliMtrianCuruty, iSO V7I Flonl vwoel. Sec. 2. And be U furl ier enacted, That, for the neat: A two gang Steam Saw 3Iillvo.xipste! w.th demand due Hendncks A Chess to LIQUORS.OldCoi -

T Br Aaa-alve Peilleton K Y by iTtie pur| ,
WMixl iae.Otari.MarUlandAateaieCartwa.
&entVuuiiiu the
i.e steamer
K abiS toy
; Chin" I'ito.i'g. ...-&e lhitiui..n- *. the rum of ten tbousaai d-llam be, and of land about tw nty- eTea hundred *.res of ieftle tie basiae atone, as there aaa beeaao diasolitUoa -
7_SJir Oanei. Jouei, > Y.M 0ena o le, wh re he b hi te,reteJ tnaelf fur ; Cognac White Brandy Old Holland Oia, a4
American aUte that acc>ui>t, ln..u nCUuiu uf his The thesaie is be-eby, appropitate-lotit of cay money timber land oa Ness in River. tea good negro men, iii the copartnership. Schnapps Bourbon XoaongahelaScotca .

t,f tne OMiutr C.MiULe Iii tu ncau- 7-ling Windward, Ilal.Urd,..BaltimoreH the retjaeste.purp.ee to.tc ie tking f-rwirl es, pro ape.e property owner, ply w in the treasury But otherwise appropriated.Adprovei sixteen males, une ho.four timuer carts, one May 6-Jt JAMES H. CHESS. Whiskey, Jamaica,mat Santa Cria Ram aadZissa Pectoe. I

8 ? h. Vrdos CMUIJS X. Y.S jlecesaber 19. 1654XU Life Boat A J. Terms ma.le known oa d ly of s tie. different
gwd frmju-ct I* Urge cr p. tEst! kLxU charges and take him ha y, or hd will be dealt :_ bari- Ale of brands sad oa draft, QamJp

ia the last t rw wtuka teuer&t l ramstr Aide1jr 8-Jnj Cuna'e Birl, jurwttall, X Y K B HOG\RTII, Aet to aufiorizt fit tutu of patent to land ness w 11 do welt to A F1NEGANJacksoarille. i'llE puta rifcer,being now porn mently located, -
Deputy uenif, Dural Co.,7a.ksoni13.My his service* Ui the utiseus of Jataxsun. Of the atoat
cxtctttled p..rtK>a .f tin* e'intr $-< ar <}a tire, Cr.w.l1..s.aaa'k 13. 1535-tf in any Stjtt or Territory in. certain coil' May itch 1355.f vibe, ia the abo>e branches, and seUats a abajeofiutjiinage appmred. fir,

a4 Uw rejiurt* pnsi; ihw iii cr j* att M 9.- !r.g (I >. Ba.aiaia, Wrtgbt. N Y lit it mined by fie gtntt and House of Rep- ::_- Tae Charleston Mercury sal SaranaihGtergian JAJJrS ilARalNESS.ijT Yellow Bank Pine Cat
** every litre ti lu\e t i aiuHH..T- .* re cd/.ttM of tu Uted Strict et America M will plesie pa jliah tae a x>re nut!.. U.I N. O Gilding Grain UnJaiing Aaexeviited ia tiaJbO, Jessie Item,
9 4 Lr iHd B ng,
tja. Csrs.t
Onwell. Sea
sass, > t'aJ1b .u Ij fiu4 Conjrreu itsembltd Th a, in ern e of any .1 urn to tais oReo and a vanetyrfthe sao iss< braadk. -
VI" t..e .. tweatieth uf Jane *nj send bill tu withne tueas and .
cr toe
a ime quart eat u -} k -netas his bereto. dapaUh.AjrO.
9-aVig Jjjo, iCduwlLM, N. dtrea In. I in ony! >U e "r Territory whKh
45 50 Hay !
is to iotas. ilayll Hariri
J 28-1/
tuaktug eztr.tur.tiiary A v.usz lore bees .,onfiwte4 by lw, an I in which no provis -
9-3.kr b.yIini, WdhcU, Bart.*. BALES
FUR SALB. I I7H f.r sat. by Zfl
prirt ej. Iii ii Uiia c giitit m oa is m\le by OU
10 .. Bircaul Bt Fair $2J) Meab incliftled.A A JHB1Cljcap *
Ws &
nadetrpita liacLmar iu K* re.rU-, Uoue of pa ea'a,it shin aad may be lawful, where A VALUABLE tract of Land oa Amelia

3rtutthe.eaiiii. AuinciviH' |>rc.uc- ll-tag MUUMIKS U.a, ttata. .ner.aiu Steu ntklp 'CunpuniLine, snrtevs for tbe tan 1 hive beet or rniy here if ier 9 Islaad 5 miles from coateiapUud dep t, /TRS RARENESS, hiring seated ia JaJuooIf -

?JO.t ruw' nut 'if t.tc i Ktea ru t>rtia >4 12-arig Kaily, Parker, Uoilmi, S rciiniPQU.l be aide, lo Have vMents far the claims so confirmed l. ow lUnS, uooUining 730 acres good planting A. TiiM. FU, won!.! recpewtfally wfaras the trauctin.1

laud .. 1 -ing **u.lerer, AbxKt, >ew Turk. apse tae sweseatatioa toih Coutmusioaerof laaU Then is on the premise a siailt dwelling laUiw thereof, ad sarruanXag coaotry, that .ae
*it w ttdtrcatwi is .i. ct-.iI. a Iatiti4 -i-!: .i.--.ix-, the General L The pr.ct CI-Jaiit-A ha t..i- It-ting J .1 Kent Bee 1, New Ye *. C.ptu J U. llubGbO. duly approved by tae Sarveyor GeeenI of all of which tdgetfeer With the premises, wll be tht IB ty -e eutrusted t
isrigingka.h4t.Jt9 hue fatal l ni8 I* drg .Viatel*, iLiseNew Htvea. 1,80. IoNS UURTaiC.V. Lay State or Territory, if the suns be found eu-n. soIl rsuucabie. rue atreet, a4o.aiag} tue Presbytenaa Cttarob.fet -1-P4CEET COMPACT, azlses Is

euua we au aa loXuii .4 fl tMllt lw IS *ir Aa lt CaJJ.. dlMHwJ, X. Y. I HE boe new ui m gui& cot SteamshIp, r. by tbe said Commhsmieri Profidtd, That Also, two*infl traction the south end of the N it LAjiea, aid M.SM booaata, gtatle- sdFrl every f liity to trvie endue tarsi I
a* a,. relmqaub- bland of twe haixlre-l, and the other fifty maa's h AJ. backed and !. will eea.ey freight aad
baa and taA &nt that |>rici>* wilt i* S. 17-RrgB r xsB srs.XY L built espreiu meat rf title on the part ef the Catted State*, and acres containing a laxarant growth if Lice 0 i. April 29-ly. teal.ulow.ifno&bwer. taaa aar etaer tea.
luug ht duwn 1 arictth4 .aia rea..u.iabt CLKAKKUM Urgent 's e Anierhrna coast, aaj it e4, -.
.i amwrpa
shall ia neataanar interfere with may cilia ad.erse Also a tract oioUiaiBg one haaJreJ and thirty sat hereby au-lit, the pobbc,t>aaS4*ri w! -

Uadard. 2-Soar Fred #.rt fiuaa, Buatoa.Z if e ajle 1, f>r upeed, ScngUiianitert eJ feitowi or aucaiadatk right if ash exWi-WtSi* IhmIAd< nor be can- a.-?,., Adjoining the Seatta lr.t va tae St Mary's To the tadie and GefltleinenOF the 7JI tart, the FLORIDA, Cap Z Z. Saaw!
tfailaig tays tr >iu port as : *
.. Z.-& BUo&Mri, Heater, fcew l.rkt atoned to preelade tlSzlaiSiCIt'itW a aad deOMMB Brer. Apphyto will tiie seagera to std fees Caadastea. atS3

EiDer THE jctrxtx( a u>inoa.-it 5- UriUvO U .wurlt.. From iaarteaiuo, lUtk, 20th A JOth of eaUftoooth, ky the pwper jttlidal Irikoaal Utweea ad- : JOHN JL PONS, Agent. TU : loVTX AXD YIC1MTT.'r 00th* Up; tiUeta saaJe aTaJaala w>g aaslretara
*vat a. M "
wataUj that k ia tki* ai tba Catun 4iwiu MuUJb.ptua 3U, 15k A 25th verve claim'at. is the same list, JaAsosmlfa. May 12. I55a-tf by eit&er of the Its beats, fraatsaf laa
<* 3aig Ur A.e .SV.ftatiMtlia, K.Iy, tf aoi* AU Pile tMiaigiied to'tbe Agents Charit Pwewit>ef 3*.1854 i HB sabecnber. teat respe.tfBlly gives aotice.A .
t*, held at es Urt.ea&. U,, tt.e 2ith vht m all te forwtried to PtuUaeipaU. ofAgMta Approvol, PUB 8ALC. : that ae has rumored his esUblishiaeat to Oueaa = :c'

General J. t. :i-J in U.. "lips2's street aeir Bay, and between Mew Ambler *
g'IIIiaitD oeaaai.iu. with The CAROLINA Capt L
i-ir J Ur Walt .* tauex. CtU I'O IXIStACO.tCtKJ|. Twenty-are Hone SUsm fagiae 3LCQUTTn,1SS.S
wax rwa. FOR $*I.Ii Hoeg. and Pirvhurrt Aiiou' atuse wheve be
Ui.tUlauicit.uahmt iii C114( siC ifl4 m PhJa.kti.bia, 1' AgeaU ia Cavtisiaif, ONE Pipea A j. complete. Palatka oa Monday,oa4er the ume .
&.a ...idaJastCuT.15 I-cig .is4 aap.y, lltltlN AMAKTi.N, I lLtIJIKSSTOXEY, -ifALUABLB 'ilACHfiJIEY* for CaJipsateVV One Siren Horse Steam Engine haL Boiler. esaaOae is preparej to hare The trips from PeJalfca sad ke k. 4aTfsafsabokets

..ttioaLhe .i"Oer .. >f- .4 8-jjsr S Uitl, uryaat B-.M. a? 1-2 .%.rtt tV.. ir. j J.yrts 4. Wf.- aad Jitney SASlJTJCsU work ef every O sam deeenpttaa.MOCLDISOsa etch -phit.- SODA WATER in LEMOXADtS, geog. tTOOl Jer freigkt i -

who bell cua4alaii..Ma in taiaU t'Iitna5 Miy 5-iarTigeuA..e N. Y. MqlZ-Iaa. as Fray's, wifl work 8iBebeswi.latsisM) puwsr CixcaUr Saw Maciina, of Pap's ..Maaa&eiAIl aa1svariityt awfly ta JOUJT ItJtOWiate,. a

l* ii u rr.ugsieml, sail Juuba i- .' 9-.S ar M .yg ir, LiU-aoU. New BeifiriM MinCE.ATED Power BOCRIXd, tW heavy or liristWriXery tics- fa: sad well.made- Prvitas Sz3xt''iAwAaJ.4esrifmi -
the above aiachhtery sew ,
Seltbu Tuuu..lo IS-i.itr 8*a kirj, fiekett Bstiisk ifea *Uiaiy at tbr AnncCSpriagsU'tel sm.pl BCBOLL AAWS, ie fureaah. Such at the ClarIitoa.; atarket.can.: i.ffbrdaad -..
sad will be few
Abs Qisitui. rapr4.t ai4 I.M Ouuau raaa Jaa, .asM.*,Tr.s14 .1. Csa t. ,.\t a gu d aiBt.teat *Ji n>ei eeper. t -AUo.'. %ery- ftoeM aoree EXGW e rlyaew. Apply to fold JIOON1T A ,?,-. hope* that, with strict sUet torn to banaese, will 7 PaosagsngaagN.ntk, will aa a aa eepsrtaaiTT >
Ms Putty Cu-uk. baGS ky Casaena Ilaberaad A Mustard i coatmaa to merit aa equal share ef their ef
Ieit5 cumu.e41 ci4 w.ClL it ii itt-cl I ari : 7coM.rs&UaGbiti1. pitro- of aU.adiar tae Y ksetaaa ZasVUsm -
tWl! teas l ffeattt IVaaJIl Wag e paaaaily p id. TWMIM BQILIBSaairU&X ACXS.eafl.plate ti..XA7124. tag. OEO: C. ACOSTA. Art as.ti1seaas,1rtb.I5Sb CtoofiaaIan,:

ha'1.e# ahiteruiMe4 ; reoaireJ a e.ppye1 freM fltAi, BUck J.J.Murtcc.. bICKIXSON, with Bre bars. ** ysral..rRikTfftDSCR1BERoten April ,laSS-.- tfcPLa titsath.1ltb.5hifApsbeI.vs, a* .
JL'St 12. ;. 1'ret.rL Aur iafitraiaiwa erfO Ve gUdly hvos. by ad.dti.g -
U..ea, islui.141b.andi-4bb May Char atoa. ApeS V4f
r p.m- .- for sale erreat -
( ,
.. .frv a tl aO .MMcU. sMad.fruia ( .) -01L01' >a Ttuliag.: efec.FIA50S .
a ge-, radg g par 1 the i-trinity if
CST A 'i hI. dwelling hoses Tmege'eMi -
ship rwoeatlaUl (ru.a Lie Uii.y9a .3I.ucbfl-4$ c JeA BARBEE.
*?VkJl aau/atu a'e M leCatayaay.. .* II, those bav'iag.aycsauuusegsiaet the aajCJL ea Uacae Creek,whica ia toe Eaataia bonadaryoftheTewa. Taaai sMZ.p.lrad at the ; -.
so *.u ui f i 4 ArUTHECABT HALI.M u.iLc.ez' -
a w -
dewgaU will please pressja tueai st &oe, C-- ftaoa, fODA The aoaaa te o.arlya.w hat tA.he. 4" ..
: ( yrttla fal u>k tAilpkitqauf Al>EsLA LJVUS 1WILt WLiU, aad.taaea aaUate4 .the naty twsxcaaot : -WATiaJaar,oad aaj tparkfiaiv with eoatB .4u>M >OMa aad gaatiemea wisbjas; to lists the EewiutssrwLdIVPtwiytIii4L4p a

bsrtbib4itJ b&UDTAZD bUl iAM avliX.flrs, wdl please setue the aaane as man as axeatble.v O:Syrapa ef tea saoat de&nto AAvac. ,to,be aad a 4.SiThU.M4535V'dJS5S. Piaae.scurti5eaUy.wm find aa evportansty by aa. hILL daps. slUnk. I. ss.k-.iis'
w4LIthgsn fcc saalteil yarpesei. at -- -BELLCHABKlJ ; M tbSsSUi4I'eS st54'oux.rkLI5- -1WILLIAEQT1 plyIng. TRZODOSE- A. $- bOBNiDT. !
th* 15th mluaxx 3ALX -- .itz1i-aa. .t$5 -
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..at''lJr wDErP THB VlItEIf. I Iowa: Begbaint (ta UM Gulf ttMsxlc*, three! r '. ." .' f 4 m THE'4JLORIDk EW' : : 'For Florida

? ... .t.stu :m .uwuCA.t league from land opposite the nwrthi* UM JUI ,; I _.

A PROCLAMATION. Grande,M prevVied In UM fifth Mtide of UM tie. '-' 'I'. '- '1 D1BECT.OR THE JXL&JI'J.on.

TTheroes tils provided Use second article of ty GuadaJepe Hidalgot the ce, M deftswd tht an -- t. as It saay salt; tho' chelc.fJpaMeitft>ft,

., ths Convention of be 16th of... 1852. between said article,n, UM middle of that_river to UM ': : U. S. M.Btaers

the United Stactf eat! Prussia aad other States of point when UM parallel of 31 degree*,47 mlnnUa .'C ,_
north latitude cross u, the seas. (hints dee west .J '
"P iaualoCtrnfederfclioa -
for u..t&ul..e-
srrery of mmtDW'fucitiYei, from justice la one hundred muss v UMneto &to the parallel of -- COUNTING HOUSE ALMANAC, I Qtarolina Jl totiM
crPEIsIha43b.Jt1p1&UOs -
31 20 north1 laflUide thence -
of that Convention degree, mlnutee j :
along tbe-said parallel of 21 degree,20 amitee, .1:8-65.
4Hle3tpJiCedto: other Bute of, the Ger. ;
My to the lllth meridIan of iongiUd*west( Greenwich THE CAROLINA L.M. Coi
xosakCbefeeleniion which thereafter ,
might de- .
SVl 11*sceessloa thereto I ; thence U m itnlght line to point OB the Mister, win leave CharUstca.
** Colorado river, twenty English mites below UMjunction L SATURDAY at
w! rnrss the Government of
I MecklenbnrgIfaWtrt&rttectered $
of the Gila and Colorado rivert tbenoe
Johns ElvsrJirectsatoppIngatJACx3oj15
1 its aeeesshm UUIFIisIJJFfFfl
} tS to the said ConTentfosw
up the middle of the said river Colorado until it
3 6J and has caused the said
declaration to be
; iDleraebbe line between UM United Betaratar "
'-" lodged in the of State of lobe promt Wo BOW Palatkaovsry Monday, at
Department UaiUdStatest UAVINO made an pre
Stale and M xica .
: U'A.).1 aM .1acboe.W. for
For the performance of this portion of the treaty Gar. a
Now. tMrifbrtbe It known that IFRATfELIN extensive 7 8 910111213 I 91011121314 pezedtosxscutsa.* o'clock A.JL -
each of UM two Governments than nominate Zi arrange FLORIDA'
PIERCE'President of the United States of A. one commissioner,to UM ad that,bt common eon- I 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 15 16 17 18 19 It 21 THE L1L8rMa.i.
mefto ... .sys CHARLESTON .. WXCxSnT?
YhaT* this information to be made
; mfltglbtb..xicu. histiotIc.tlosteTsr7d.sorIP .
sent the two thus nominated having met la UM ,
Morning. at 10 A.JI. ZZ
public *) that the stipulations the said city of Paso del Keels three mental after the ex- INSIDE i
Convention be observed aad fulfilled with ... I Avo'T tee the places named above; and tMtAfaT.?
l may chang of ratifications.of thii:treaty,,may Yza'v 23 I 234 aU kinds ofPamphlets
-V* d ftuh te respect to the Government of MerkJenbntgStrelitt proceed to surrey and mark out upon tho land the Beaufort Hilton Head Island X>ari,n BrwIluJand

by the Uwtsd States and the dividing line stipulated by this* article;where U tlonof 1112l314l516l7 12131415181718 St.Mary going and rsturaihsT TWa wi
VMaens thereof. 181 2021232324 192021fl232425 basbeenpulon .tbelnlaadront.for (he-aetZ
L shall not have already been surveyed aad established
Ini wltaess whereof I have hereunto set my modation of Travellers along the, One,sag
by the mixed commission according to the Job "
F. hand, and caused tho seal of the United States treaty of Guadalape,keeping a journal sad making Printing S.?,. I Law Blanks, who wish to keep as much ss possible hi sboML
They are first las Boats with
'. r6d. of their operations. For this 456-78910 2345678 AM stab.
'. .)'t Done. at Washington the twenty.tilth day of purpose proper if they plans should judge U necessaryj; the Theattentlooofthosewishing Ii 12 13 14 15 16 17 9 10 Il 12 13 14 15 Business Cards, said b every comfort will be found ana&v.

..c': January in the year of our Lord on. contracting parties shall be at liberty each to The 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 the Travelling PuMio.. They eadifferent ..

: ii't1ioUlnd eight hundred and fifty-three I unite to its respective commissioner,odentifto or Printing 23262728293031 23242526272829 Visiting Cards, Line of Stags in Florida aa4. At
and of the independence of the United I It other assistants such u astronomer and surveyors "Bug.l u trare 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 .5 South Tampa Bay. They aJse .

.. 'J; State. *the seventveiithth.1'BASKLIN. whose concurrence shall not be considered necessary done b particularly 8 91011121314 Ocr'a.. 12 3 4 5 I Circulars, the Ne". York Boats and Jta1b LIMa_ We

fILB.CZ. for the settlement and ratification of a true J 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 7 8 9 10 Il 12 E "? .

:. DT,IU: PJtt'ItIUT r line of division between the two Republics that invited to this office 24 s 26 27 28 14 15 16 17 18 18 21 Band Bills, Ir.lc1l'enpgemeabl and ether
UPIPT.L.31ARCY, zecrdaTy.raie. line shall be alone established upon which the THI well known crer Newa and Adams .tu 2930-- 2l2223242526Z apply to' WK.K.LAWTON A CO-

commissioners may fix, their consent in this particular a few rods of the Post Ofc.and near to Steam Boat landing. mot T.rnmalovariahly bL&v I 2 3 4 5 262930316789l0ll12No's.l23- Show Bills march I0-ly S etternlTkarf.FIR
% t THE rRESIDEXTOF THE UNITED being considered decisive and an integral convenient to the Chue received a new CoATs and has ) from El FIRE 11 FIRE III -

:-.u TATES OF AMERICA. part of this treaty,without necessity of ulterior top bottom every ,is now in perfect order. The Table will be under 'CAMII.13141516171819 4 5 6 78 911
.4 aJS, .. A rnOCLAMATION.Thereas ratification or approval, and without room for interpretation the snperintendance t wih of an experienced cnveience and shall not be surpassed by any 20 21 22 23 34 25 26 II 12,13 14 15 16 17 Bills of Lading, aSSeSS fS T fu L THE SUBSCRIBER'S Otb
of kind by either of the parties tlouskepr. Orders from the 27 28 29 30 31 18 l92O 21 22 23 24 STAND having bseu entinryeZ
Whereas it is prottted by the second article of any other u this The Proprietor that his exertions to merit thepatronage art he
cimt. detri Ju. 2 252627283930- Bills of Fare, troyed by has removed to 142 MeetW
tflte ,Convention of tha 16th ef Jane 1852, between contracting.The bestowed without regard trouble or 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Dxc's. I corner or Wentworth the stand *.
upon -
dividing line thus established shall In all whic hal b shal b t Counts,wilib. - formerly scenM
... *, .the United Statei and Prusei. and other [ time, be faithfully respected by the two governments expense.A 10 Il 12 13 14 15 16 2 3 4 5 6 7 Si Labels, by W.J.GAYER, where be continues his v-rtiii

Etstes of the Germanic Confederation,for the mutoali8llveryif ,without any variation therein unless of the LIVERY STABLE is attached to Hons with good Horses and carriages. The mall its branches. H. haunt hand alarm .
>f criminal, fggithes justice prompt1ylZlCGted."c. mint of first class
and free consent of tbe two in VEHICLES qJ oU tsrH
'ThTtRtnftO1 that the stipulation of that ConYeollon express given Weltr Stage leares this House soon anr te anl of the Savannah and Charleston ok.J some choice FAMILY
to the principles of the law of nations ..Itoeno. CA1lJtI.AOB..
; shall He applied to any other State of the bt. S. BUIFINGTON.Ot r : : : : : L pressly for bis Country Customer an .
each of
and in accordance wuh the constitution of vkkfc
_ W
GenrfatiS* Confederation which might thereafter 21 win SELL
.! declare ita accession thereto country respectively.In 18mWATCHES CIty -as**.
: the stipulation in the treaty of taaeo. LEONARD* CRAp
csnsequenee .
I Lad whereas the Government of Wurtemberghaedeclarcd 17' Order.
the line therein described Pf1MpllJ tnUlf
Guadalupe upon boundary .ILL
it*accession to the said Convention JEWELRY SILVER WARE JaeksoDFille !aMH .&c. Nov.'IU. -' !
..balnaed the said declaration to be lodged is no longer of any Yoroe,wherein may conflict A Foundry .t1 Apo'thecar-cr
with that here established the said lino being
fethe Department of State of the United States : S. & E. M. Gilbert
considered annulled and abolished wherever it ,
si iXow-theirefora be it known that I, FRANKLC AND Tea Depositor*; Ac7ie.n- .
may not coincide with the present and in the came v MACHINE MANUPACTCRZBSandDXl.
PIERCE President of the Unitee States of WORKS.
1 be manner remaining in full force where in accordance Removed to the New Store In Holmes TSfCv viA r LEES in all deseripUons of CAS. .
said Convention to
hare caused the
r- "Aaertea with the same. &oods. Subscriber, having made sxtensive and Building, opposite Dr. Baldwin's RIAGES,at No*.35 and 40 IFsal.
nade fiablia to the end that the same, and every Fancy TilE vorth Street, and No.7
J Art 2. The government of Mexico hereby releases improvements in their establishment Office Jacksonville. Hayne Street,Charleslsa.
and be observed and
clause article thereof may the United State from all liability on account are now prepared to furnish. II kept constantly on hand a large and Our Stock is an extensiv one, and purthastn
the Govern-
in to WHERE
folded with faith
,I _. r Rood the respect United States andlhs of the obligations contained in the eleventh Steam Engines,of any required power, from selected assortment of are respectfully requested to call on us, as wo ess
)'. &enT cillsens Wurtemberg thercot by article of the treaty of Gnadalnpe Hidalgo; and GEORGE FLAGG 1 to 100 horses DRUGS AIm CHEMICALS, offer great inducement. in style and prietsi a4
, article of the Haw Mills any articles bought at
\ the said article and the thirty-third ; Always received the latest our establishment are
whereof I have hereunto set by arrivals warranted warranted
.410 UIU my'ksnd'anJ
treat of amity,commerce and navigation between Sugar Mills; fresh in every .. July 8-tf
3ao1QEvil1o and genuine. Also _
caneJ the seal of the United States to _
&. the United States of America and the United Ea' Ford florae Powers;
be affixed.: Mexican States conduced at Mexico, on the 5th WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place ad country, that Grist Mills, Perfumery, Combs,Brushes,Soaps Cariage & Harness Depositor.
of this 27th suud
Done at City Washington day
J and all other used in this Lamps, Burning Fluid, 'e
of 1831 are hereby abrogated.Art. stand machinery
he country.
day April again opened at his old ,
t, L.* tif December in the of our Lord h AT THE WHITE
{ J year which be HOUSE
3. In consideration of the foregoing stipulations Iron and Bras Castings. sold low for cash. .t
.: *sw TOO thousand eight hundred and fiftyW the Government of the United Statei SU IERS' BLOCK CJ Steamboat Saw Mill, and other repairing, Country orders solicited and pullctllAUyaU'Dded MEETING South-at Corner of
*: three,and of the Independence of the and WESTWORTH
.4 P United States, the seventy-seventh. agrees to pay to the government of Mexico, in with a large and well selected stock of at short notice.I to. Physicians'prescriptions put up with car and Charleston STKEXTf, ;
.., the city of New.York, the sum of ten million of T* All machinery purchased from us will be S. C.
4 >-! FRANKLIN PIERCE. dollars, of which seven millions shall be paid immediately WA i B put in operation in any part of the State by despatch.TEAl.. CARRIAGES clever,'description at the fewsst !

, Br TJlE"pRrsirrsr: upon tbe exchange of the ratifications fi ANDFAc. 8UiViUI l competent machinists, when desired, and upon Agent for the New York Pakin Tea Company. price always oa hand and no article sold sisipl t

J I V"fY.. L.3lAltCtSeerclary o/Slate.f of this treaty, and the remaining three million u : reasonable terms.Drawings Tenet direct importation and of 34 varieties froma lath as 8-tf can be warranted in the fullest term Vy "

: soon u the boundary line shall be surveyed marked and Estimate fnmbmed, without 1-4 to 1 Ib. in a package, all warranted and at July M.NATHAN. .
BY TIll PRESIDEFT OF TilE UNITED and established.Art. to which the attention Getting my Goods direct from th charge. MOONEY GOOKIN, extremely prices.UJTCountry Wholesale Tin-Ware '

f ." 6IATK8 OF AMERICA. .4. The provisions of the 6th and 7th articles New York Manufacturers, I a prepared t ofler my customers inducements, both a July 8-tf Founder and Machinist Dealers supplied,by order Factory, 'f'o.

A PROCLAMATION. of tha'treaty of Gnadalupe Hidalgo having regards and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. ing accompanied with Cash. 11. VERONEE t BRO,
4 Whereas it is provided by the second article of style .A FLORIDA mall WORX& Wholesale
Dealers In
been rendered noeatorr. for the most part by the found M. hARDEN
assortment A FLOWER SEEDS .
l the Convention of the 16th June, 1852 between cession of territory granted in the first article of Among my may b 1L4 R. W. BIGGS t Co... also always kept hand., PLANTS, Ac. PLAIN LYD JAPANED TIN WARS,
United Staterand Prussia and other States of on }
the this treaty,the said articles are hereby abrogatedand WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FUT Do, NAPKIN -.w_ JarktmtilU, Flo. July 8-tf T. MCMILLAN. q AKS this method of informing their frisssj .
fur the de- :
the Germanic Confederation. mutual
I annnlfed, and tbe provisions a* herein expressed RINGS now prepared to execute order JL and customers that
CILDREN'S promptly
.o. .c. thev I
J:. avery of criminals that the fugitives from of justice that Convention in certain substituted therefor. The vessels and citizen FINE"' GOLB PATENT LEVERS, (fUjweld) Constantly o hand and made to order from pure ARE Steam Engine, Saw Mills Sugar Mills SAVE TIME SAVE MONEY SAVE I, large additions their machinery,reeeatly and are male as* I!}

t '. eases, ctipolations of the United States shall, in aU time have 'S "DETACIED" coin, and warranted and Pans Grist Mills, Horse Powers Iron and TROUBLE prepared to execute all orders in the above bse 11 I
j.: shall be applied to any other Stat..of the. free and uninterrupted through the Gulf LAPINE Bras Castings and with neatness and
enaanie Confederation which passage without bunting cases")" every variety Machinery. Read this Advertisement One dispatch. Our Wares are aS
g. o mihL.th.reafler' of California to and from their possessions situated i with. CUTLERY.From Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work Saw Mill, warranted not to leak and to be of the best werkTenu :

t l.; sholare its accession thereto Government: north of the boundary line of the two countries.It SILVER"4 PATENT do.do. do.do. the celebrated of Goo.TTosten- Steamboat and other repairing.. and Allxero11Lu1ts!! .a1llbip. l
And whereas the Mecklencnrg- being understood that this passage is to be by DETACIED" ]aua" They will continue the manufacture and keep mad accommodatieg an3
its .accession the do. do. holm & Son, consiting To : Country erdsa ;
ehwerin ha declared to said .
navigating toe Gulf of California and the river LAPINE constantly on hand,their variety of Plows, Timber promptly attended to
I vjonvention, and has eau ed the said declaration to Colorado and not by land, without the express From c mer. which w be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISOR SIR Carts Chains "0., to which they respectfully invite PLANTERS AND OTHERS. I Also Country Roofing and altering dose with i.
of State of the
be in the Uni-
lodged Department
consent of the Mexican Government; and precise te BAZOR..e. patronage. Jaly 8-1 y TTAVING become permanently located in Char- dispatch. .
.'oL !* States: ly the same provision, and JEWELRY. JH lesion, I am prepared to do anything the 63 STATE STREET the
near VarktLnov. '.
ItiputaO rrO FANCY GOODS !
, .. .Kow, therefore be it known that L FRANK- are hereby agreed adopted, Jacksonville Blacksmltblng, line of general AGENCY and COMMISSION lS-6m C1urr
ttllf, PIERCE, l're>ideat of the United States of scrupulously observed upon and enforced by the two contracting Consisslng of Such aa CORALS, PORTE MONIES, ACCORDIONS AXDMACHINE business entrusted to m*. I intend firing the *. S. C. 1

-Asaeriea have caused this information to be made governments in reference to the Rio Col GOLD GUARDS FOB AND VEST CHAINS. PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AND SHOP, greater portion of my time to the filling of Countryordert Joseph Whilden f

,. ..pshbo ia.orJer that the stipulations of the said rado, far and for such distance as the CHATELAINS, LOKES. BRACELETS OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAP. At former Stand of Sedgvick. for ,
tie observed and fulfilled with 1 PENCILS, dealer in
may that river is made their common boundary line by CROSSE SEAL. JEWEL Groceries Provisions Dry Goods Hardware ,
PAPIERMACHEB Plough of all kind Timber Car- -
to the Government of Meekm DIAMON Paints
: Oils
-p4 faith fespcct .. WORK FURNISHES and Glass
I S.1 -&n.urlJl Ly time cited States and the the first article of this treaty. GOLD SLEEVEAND SE r Chain for Mills Mill work of Clothing, Boots! Shoes Drugs, ;
The several stipulations and restrictions NoII nAYNE-STRZrr
pro1'iion all kinds Sugar Mills, AaEfTParticnlar Paints Oils Fruit Liquors ,
I r tsslbens thereat contained article of the treaty of BUONS, ,Books
I I > law witness whereof, I have hereunto set STUDS DEK attention paid to Steam Boat and Stationery Fancy Goods Charleston S. C.
my Gnsdalupo.IIidalgo shall remain in force only RETICULES, for
and,and caused the seal of the United State to the Rio Bravo del below the 1 B R 0 O CIIE S, EAR RINGS, C01BS Saw Mill reparing. Wheetwrighting done at shortest or anything else that can be obtained either in KEEPS constantly sale general assortmet
f I : aibed. .- as regds Nortel In GOLD EYE GLASSES BRUSHE notice. tvAll orders left at the store of S. this or Northern Market, and through tbe arrangements and OILS of all kinds YAIS.
' initial of the said boundary provided the Ant SPECACLE ISHES, WINDOW GLASS and
I Done *Washington tho sixth day of RINGNS, N. Williams will be promptly attended to. ; that I have SASHES SfTS. '
a January, made with the
article of this treaty that to the TOYS TEA BELLS, leading TURPENTINE SPIRIT
,,. & .' in tie of our I.ordoo. thousand ; i say belo LOOPS. SCARF PINS, Ac. ang 19-tf J. A. FARMAR. I Houses in the above GAS, COTTON FOOT-
+ year intersection of the 31 deg 47 miD 30 sec.parallel CiLDRN'S Together various other articles too numerous dealing articles I shall be GIN FIXTURES GLUE and BRUSHES f
wit ; of
I., "i* Jit. s.J eight hundred and fifty-four and of the of with the boundary line established by SILVER WARE. to In the Circuit Court of the eastern able to make purchases on better terms than the kinds. various -
, S. > the Independence of the United States latde. Circuit of Florida Merchants or Planters themislves could (nov 25-ly
the dividing said river froi its mouthapwar N.B. CLOCKS,W and JEWELRY, i ; thereby
!" .- tbe'sc\enty-cihth. according to tie fifth the treaty COMPRISING DINING AND DESERT thoroughly-repaired ATCUE. at the thortt In Chancery-Between DOt only saving them Ahe difference in the price of Fraser & Thompson

3.. 'FRA1\KLIY PIERCE. FORKS,TABLE,DESSERT AND t notice gg; TERMS CASH. (oct28-Iy DOM** P IfiiroK Complainant >Bill for the article but also the necessary txtrbilant u. j
, .BrmEPRKSIDMT: Gaad&lop.the provisions of the eighth and SUGAR SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do, JOHV N. MM OR, Respondent ) Divorce. I Pease qf time and trouble attending a>visit to this FACTORS AND

. _nr. L. MARCY,Secretary of State. AJ, sixteenth and seventeenth articles the fILL Complainant being filed in this ease it City. I will also personally attend to the seise/- COMMISSION MERCHANTS I

" : treaty of Guadalape shall apply o the J> appearing to the satisfaction of the Court big Packing, Marking mnd Shipment of goods Adgert North
, :. BY THE PRESIDENT TUE UNITED territory by Hialg Republic in the New New that the said Respondent resides without the StAt. so a* to avoid all mistakes and damage whichgenerally what;

; ." '. ,STATES OF AMERICA. first cde the present treaty, and to all the Gods Gods On motion of Charles Broward Solicitor for Complainant arise from want of little attention.In run's:E. rsAsxa Charleston, 8.C. I

. A 1'EOCLAMATION. rights of persons and property, both ecclesiastical it is addition to the above I will also attend to | ran.norms

1 Whereas it is provided by the second article of ,within the same,as fully ci1'iaod LER & Ordered, That a hearing of the fact chargedin the disposal of any produce that may be shipped al,40. Merchant's Hotel, ai,.Q. ,

S the Convention of the 16th June, 1852, between ly as the said articles were herein again laid Bill of Complainant be had at a term of to me Any person desirous of maksag Shipments Charleston, S. C. t
the United States and Prussia, and other States of i rit Product of kind bad better wnt. tome and "fis ,
and this Court to be holden at Jacksonville, in the any .E CCTioy mios.
. the Germanie Confederation for tbe'mutual delivery Art.6.for grants of land within the territory Have just received their Fall supply of Merchandize, consisting of County of Dual on tbe first Monday in July I will give them every information as regards the eTHE andersigned having leased this ReId

: of criminals fugitives from justice in certain ceded by the first article of this treaty, bearinr next and that said respondent do appear and Market, manner of Packing, and bow to chip in King Street,solicit from the travel
ease,that the stipulations of that Convention date subsequent to the day-twenty-fifth of EBIE plead, answer, or damurr to said Bill of Complaint them. From my long experience in a general ling public a share of patronage. Beard, $1 l54
.. shall be applied to any other State of the tember-when the minister and subscriber to Sep .: BACON PORK. PHI imI11 on or befo said day, or decree will there mercantile business I think I can tire perfect satisfaction per day; single dinner, 50 cts.only. .

Germanic Confederation: which might thereafter treaty on the part of the United State.proposed CORN ,With full, of ec from pass in the same manner as if tbe said respondent to all and suit the taMiJatHdiou. taste July 8-6m JAMES M. nERST.
I a supply
declare its accession thereto: to the Government of Mexico the GROCR had appeared and was present in court. in my selections. Give me a trial U all I ask.-

.. And whereas the Government of Oldenbnrg has I of boundary, will be considered valid or It b further Ordered, That a copy of the above For my service I shall require moderate commission RLESTONHOT:.

declared its accession to the said Convention and question recognized by the United States, will any Dry Goods order bo published in tome public newspaper published not exceeding ten per ttnt according to D. MIXER,
has caused the said declaration to be lodged in I 6 grants made previously be respected or 01 be considered in this State for the space of three months, the nature of the business. Corner Meeting> and Hayne Streets,

the Department of State of tha United States t as obligatory not been located PRINTS and well assorted before the day oppointed for said hearing DAVID M. GAZLET, julyS Charletton&C. tf
Of stock
.. Now, therefore, be it known, that I, and duly recorded whi. of a large WILLIAM A. FORWARD Office op-stairs.223 Kinr-strert, MILLS HOUSE

LIN PIERCE, President of the United FRAXK-1 Art. 7. Should there aiYI any futur Mui pro Ginghams, Sheeting, Linens, Bonnet Ribbons, Judge of the Circuit Court March 10, 1855-ly Charleston S.C. TIIOSAS S. NICKERSON,
. America have caused this information to
(which God forbid,) occur any of the Eastern Circuit of Florida. Corner Meeting and Queen .
: Streets
public in order that the stipulations of tween the two nations which might lead to a rap DeLains, Shirting, Crash, Taffetas, March 24, 1955.I The People's Clothing, uly8 Charleston S.C..

- vention may be otiporved and fulfilled with good I I lure of their relations and reciprocal peace,they Hosiery Florence Silks do hereby certify that the foregoing b a true 411.
faith in respect to the Government of Oldenburg bind themselves in like manner to procure, by Alpacas, Osnaburg copy of the original order in my office. DRY GOODS STORE.At PAVILION HOTEL,

by the United States and the citizens thereof. I possible method, the adjustment of every Cashmeres Collars March 24, 18 5-3m GEO.STONE. ( the sign of the GIANT'S RED CAP H. L. BUTTERFIELD, a
every ,
vrbcreuf I hare hereunto TrimmingHandkerchiei Ldy's ,) Conwr
i .-Jn witness set my Meeting and &..
difference and should they still in this manner not ,
. .&au.l;and caused the seal of the United States to succeed,never; will they proceed to a declaration of Blanket ., Felix Livingston, MODE Sa ml1&i, Block, Bay Street. julyS ChQT1 .IJIS.C. t
bo affixed. I returns thanks to his friend and eiti-
without having paid attention to J Notice. >
war, previously
AT.rOIUlEY&COU1lCELLOR AT LAW zeus Jacksonville and ,
. Done at Washington, the twenty-first day of a surrounding country
what has been set forth in article of CLOTHIMG. CO-J
twenty-one ARnERSUIP,1U th.
Jacksonville E. F. for past favors bestowed on him, and solicits THE loud
.f )March in the year of our Lord one a eonitnuanco -
thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, I the treaty of Gnadalnpe for similar ease here; which A fine ameltorVETS, fine COATS, BUSINESS COATS, SACKS WILL attend to any professional business en- of the same. As he ha now entered into red. Tbe PICSNEY CO, b this day Gssst.
, 1 article, u wen u the reaf a8ACTEI.OVEB settlement of its
- yI* and of the iadencij of the United firmed. twtnylOH SHRTS, UNDERHRTS, DRAWERS, COLLARS, VAT SK. to him in ho Court of the Eastern eopartnership with his brother in.Savannah the agreement, devolves affairs- by mutual
b business will be carried WILLIAM SL TUN50,
States the seysntyeijrhth.FRANKLIN. Circuit and of the Supreme Courts of Tallahassee. on more extensively under
to whom
The Mexican 3overament all
Ar. 8 having en W&e W4a the and firm of persons having demands -or being la
' PIERCE. tho February, authorized the t He baa also such an advantageous connection with style I debted are reVsrred.
: t .JJTTKPBTSIDETT: 183. early an able Lawyer at Washington City a* will ensurea A. & J. )MODE :

/ w. L.MARCY Secretary of State.VJJY construction Isthmus of of a and, to railroad secure across the stable the TBS, Cedar and painted, BUCKETS, 1IEASURE KEELERS, covered, LOU and SUGAR prompt and speedy collection of such claim as Wholesale and Retail Dealers : R.WILLIAM Q. PINCKNEY If;TUNNO."Ja. *

benefit of Tebuant.ep to tbe persons and BOXES. AX HELVE WASI M.UtKE BASKETS,k may States lie placed in hit hands against the United Clothing and Dry Goods, Charleston,August.31st, 1834. ,

THE PRESIDENT STATES OF AMERICA.OF THE UNITED merchandise of the citizens of Mexico and the SeeW 3 & S&.1@. July and oar friends will find at all times a largo and Sept.! : 213 <
United States,it U stipulated that neither
govern complete Stock too -
4 PROCLAMATION. numerous to mention. For I
jt A ment will interpose any obstacle to the transit of A Urge and complete assortment of kinds.i ATTORNEY ANDCEcNSELLORATLAW. quality and reasonable prices please call and convince ;The Subscriber, '.
3 a
Whereas is provided by the second artiele of persons and merchandise of both nations; and at JaektontiUt Fla yourselves, on Bay street,opposite Cot Sam- Continues the business heretofore carried s>
, the Convention of the 16th June, 1832 between no time shall higher charges be made o the transit BG i&B UTILL attend to any professional business en mis'Lot, where yon will find the same Giant's Red derthe D1E.1; of TUNNO PINCENET'.CO,
; the United States and Prussia and other States of of praod property of citizens of the United WY trustedtohimintheCourt.oftheEsatern Cap. and tenders to his friends the renewal of'his
.t. the Germanic Confederation, for the mutual delivery be mad.on the persons and BRUSHES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, COLOGNES, AOfcC.SSSiSEET Circuit and the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee.H .- TO TilE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.Will vices. WILLIAM M TCliOr1 \-
of criminals, fugitives from justice in certain property of other foreign nations, nor any interest &
.hl baa
also such be sold
an advantageous connection withan or given away, the entire Stock of 213
that the stipulations of that Convention in said transit nor in
eases, way proceedstbeieof
! shall be applied to any other State of the be transferred to any foreign government able Lawyer and at Washington City as will ensurea Dry Goods and Clothing. .WM5EjXWTU3.
collection of inch
prompt speedy claims
1 Germanic Confederation which might thereafter The United States., by its ageDt.shall have the Te largest assortment that has been offered in this market, consisting of common ware, white may be placed in his hand against the United as Tho present occupants wish to dispose of their entire FACTORS AND

) declare it* aceesw.n thereto right to transport across .in closed Mulbery and Marble lett. GAIWare. Preserve and Fruit Dishes;all styles and qualities of .State. Jnly8J Stock in order to be ready for the new Brick COIIMISSION.1IERCRAI'D.

.. And whereas the Government of SchanmbnrgJJppe bag the mails of the United States intended TDbl.n Goblets, Wine 0 le Fuid Oi Lamps,Candlesticks,Lantern,Jogs,J Spittoons.lc Store soon to be erected on Bay street and make rio 13 Southern Whvrf "
has declared its aceeslpn to the said Con- along the line of communication;' a NcRobert Baker I room for the new stock which they intend to bring Charleston s.c.

rention and has caused the said declaration to be also, the effect of the United State*government HARDWARE. on, and in a further improvement of styles to invite Wm.Ii!.Lawton, I Wm.M.Taylor

lodged in the Department of State of the United and its clti.eD which may be intended(Ut& Selected expressly to supply the peculiar demands of thi*market, goods t building and Mill ATTORNEY AT LAW SOLICITOR IN customers. B Wainright Bacon, I I Joseph T.DiC., .

$Vales: and not O utn o the llbmu.( cus purposes, Carpenters tools, Ac-.& CHANCERY NOTARY PUBLIC The liberal patronage .J.M.has received daring _July 8 ,* .
Kow, therefore,be it known that I, FRANKLIN tmbou.or charges by Gov the time be has been in businsss this city,has
. PIERCE President of the United FtaUs of ermeDt Neither passports nor letter*security WINES & LIQUORS. AND | disposed him to dispose whatever be.on NEUFFER, HENDRIX A Co .

.Al rica have caused this information to be made&bIie. required of persons crossing the isthmus, FINK OLD BRANDY, HOLLAND GIN and BOURBON bottled. Do. casks. Comm liontr for the Atlantic and Gulf band at prices thai cannot fail to produce a smileof OOfJlISSIOY.MERCHANTS, -.

la order that the stipulations-f the saidConvention and not remaining in the country. ALE, WHISKE I Statet.ang. pleasure from his customers and thereby re*- for the sale bf v

may be observed and fulfilled with When the construction of the railroad .h b THE SUBSCRIBERS my PORTER CHAMPAIGNE CIED&&&. erected for temporary .B-ly eiprocate the favors of the publio. lie has determined Flour, Grain and Produce Generally .

I a good faith in respect to tbe Government of Schaum- completed, the Mexican government nse on the site of the old stand destroyed by ore. They hope toopentheyear1855Iu.ngeand that the most fastidious shall not leave him Julyg Charleston S.C. .__

t .Eurg-Lippe by tho United States and the citizens opens port of entry in addition to the port of elegant store,corner Ocean and Bay streets,which I now in course of erection. dee 2tfJ McQueen McIntosh with dissatisfaction in regard to their bargains. o EO. ABLOTT it co .

., thereof.la r Crux, at or near the terminus of said road on Call one and all t We are anxious wait upon ffo.96 Eatt-Bay, ( .".
oppotitt Boyet C WTwfJ
witness whereof I have hereunto set my the Gulf( Mexico. ATTORNEY AT LAW, and servo you. Read! read I II! read! I 11 .S.C- 4- ,

hand and caused the seal of the United State to The two government will enter into ar Holmes, For Welaka Fla. Jacksonville. E. F. A.MODE. A BRO., Jacksonville, Dealer in .

: to affixed. menU fo tbe prompt transit of troop a 100 Wan Strut, N. r. Via Palatial and Intermediate Ltm4 A8'. and next door to.MonaingNewa"office, SPIRIT GASS:AXD CAJfPnEHE.
Smith &
Done.at the City of Washington, this 26th tions of the United StAt which that government The steamer SEMINOLE CaptPOSTELL Bradford. dee 2-tf Bay street Savannah. with Lamps of
ps.r4cnlar attention to sales of Yel- every description fcr the sssrt
t day of July, In the year of our Lord may have occasion from one part of it* territory WILL pay will proceed Welaka on ATTQRNEJT AT LAW '
C Pine Lumber Live Oak and ALSO
one thouMDd'ilht hundred and Uly.I to another lying on opposite tide tbecontinent 31st lost WILLIAM S. Ll WTON & CO. ;
.1L..1 ; o other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE and Wednesday and continue to majke regular English and American White Lead Paiatt(
and of the .
four independence the trips to that place.every other Wednesday 1H! CHAHC7B7
v of
T. United Slates (he seventv-ninth The Mexican Government having agreed toptot.ct to order for purchasing MERCHADISE.July1f thereafter until further notice. Alligator and ffeiexantviUe Flo. THOSAS AtaXASPSa, I WILLIAM S. LITTON, every kind, Linseed and Sperm. %>.

FRANKLIN PIERCE. ,with Its whole power,the Plt pre For freight or passage applg to WILL attend to all business Formerly of \ Formerly of LavtmviiU, i July Oil, Glass, Putty,&c. tf ,

'J1Y.m h&lUIrn. : ana and security of the Ualt Copartnership N ote jan20-tf B1SBBE A CANOVA As/ti to them. promptly entrusted Tork INL S. CTJ Beaufort Ditt,S.c. CONDICT, JENNINGS 4 -
W, J MARCY tf State.BT extend It it shall Cov .
,Secretary may Tho have entered Sea
undersigned Island and
Copartner SADLER
pr. J.dg .. Upland Cotton COACH .
ito WHIT surra, I .:aUDro.., ,IIARDWAREc.No.1SSMeetingStre
J I TIlE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED wisot to it, wh. it may Cee ted and shin for the Practice of Law. I. "
STATES OF AMERICA. ranted by o internalla". MCQUEEN Plastering-Plain and Ornamental) Office at Alligator. J I Office at Newnansville. and Rice '.

.-- A PROCLAMATION. Art 9. This treaty. ratfed ad the respective FRANCIS McNTOSl. Bricklaying, &e.f"PHB july 7-ly FACTORS- FORWARDING JulyS_CharlettonS.C. .

Whereas a treaty between the United State of ratification shall be 'the 1854-It. subscriber desires again,to offer kb servi1 EDWARD BISSELL MATTHIESSEN.O'BABA, \I-
, fttmieft sad the Mexican Bejwbfia wu concluded city of Washington within the exact six .ackr'No'f.19 ces to his old friends aad the public in the Law. AND WHOLESALE CLOTHING UOUIR

.a*: signed a* th City of Mexico on the thirtieth months from UM date of Its pro,o IDer o Prnt Boarding. performance of'Plato and Ornamental Plastering Attorney axt COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 143 East Bay,corner.Qeen. :_

"Bay of December, one thousand eight hundred .i possible.In THE respectfully inform the Bricklay Dg.l Masonry Ao., Howill contract for Omen la Beed'r New Brick Building, SOUTH ATlAHTIcrwHAtr, 8. July 8 CkarUtm, S.C. _

sod ftfty-three t which treaty as amended by the testimony whereof.we,the pleDlptDta..o "public,that be I*prepared to accommodate a brick-work and plsstoring of building*entire,upon April 7)] JOCbollftlk, B.Fl4. (lyC.D. Sr.Partner has been lathe CHAELISTON Factorage and C. WXXWWALKER&BUCotton
fesmle of the United States MM! being la the the contracting parties, havo limited number of families or single person,with. reasonable terms,and pledge* himself use despatch OUR Business about.
Xngnsb and Spanish languages, b word for word o in the execution of all work entrusted to his twenty years, Factor and .
at rates.
hands and seals at Oi the thirtieth ((30th) good board Oak and we hope'by..experience and attention to give COMMISSION'MERCHANTS,
t V1t lIen r day at December, la' of onr Lord one Tho house.b situated in a pleasant part. ( the care. satisfaction. ', '
*, IB the name of Almtguty Cod I.7W thousand eighteen hundred 7.a and town corner of Ocean and Monroe streets Jacksonville He hardly thinks U neoessary,to give&those to (Reed's New Building,] March 17-ly_ JulyS North Atlantic Wharf; !r.

_ _ E pbOct Mxio and the Unltsd State thirty-third of tho Iyt Florida. A. COY. whom he Is known any assurance as to the quality ,_ JacJuontiOt, fit. NEW.. GOODS FOR SPRING .18541 : ChartssoS.C.H. .

ef America desiring to remove very eans of Mexican e and*lbs InpDd that January I,1655ILT of bU work, 'ss in that.jerpeet he has heretofore KEEPS constantly on hand a fine assortment W.G.Ban roft Sash HouSe W. KINSMAN, -
4i a reem- which might interfere fa any maner of tho repbi .. .nlt-pt o given to his patrons the most perfect satisfaction D of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FAN -- 111 King Street. '

.M--- with Jhe better friendship sad iatereoerie.lle. JAJ4ES GADSDEN. -, [us.] Salamander Lightning II*respectfully solicits a renewal of the patronage .. CY GOODS, which he offers. for sale cheep 2S3 3SS King Street, has)In etorv an immense stock of
Jwssn the lweo ntHe*. and especially in respect MANUEL BONTLLA Ju of lab fellow-citiiens.' JOHN IVERS._ lot each .- vJC3T Charleston, S.C. WINDOW'SHADES, .J
/ _U trm lisait which should U DIE COli DUCTOaL. Nov. \(7E]( ARE now receiving which bo b new '
estalHshed JOSE YLARREQUIJb .1 : Watehu Repaired on4 Warrented.Grotkf oar usual large. and, offering at prices such assent Ie
.whonB UrithsUndiiif what was coreoaDted in the J.MARIANO MONTERDE, >...] These are the only Permanently,Safe. .U&ai"-T- VV' .extensive assortment of, great inducements to eastoisert.ll :..
.treaty el Onadalnpe !JLdalgo* the year: 1848, .LIGHTENING RODS : W li Fancy & ; Goods /i "> *
..pposiU,UterpreUtioo* bar been nrged, which And wheica the said treaty, ai amended,ha yet ..&e4.:: I .... ; .. aUgb,: .c '_ 1. for Staple Dry- Laos and i nslin Curtain*,Satin DeLsaes DjfJ.,

,.might girt ooeejion. to craMtiou.of serious moo tive boon datyTatifled on b p.aad the n TUB Insulation Is perfect, aad not subject to '* : sBBt";'' *' ;r -- WATCIUf4KXRANDJEWELRY" inducements Spring Trade suds: ,,prepared to offer greater .. A&, all at a great bargain. ; :ja .
ntifteetlons than
to aroid these.and to of this : ,'(Talks rooaa coia w LU P ever before to Cash Customer !
at** |' strengthen and cy b of .d.o7ics.) .
more Impair In tho ease of those ordimuy_construestruetion. -- pOMMiajMOTTOBKOMANTi. We ; '.
exchanged at Washington WILLIAM L adhere to established :
strictly G.
V *nty Btaiatain UM pew which happily Ja rjL..HAVING.returned'from oar.: custom COURTENAY
: Europe again j
prevails ,The artlelespeaks for itself; and those Ut-.1"'N.'J''t, I -
: twsem'tie two rrpublie ,the. Ser of.State of the Ugised'8ts4es | JP Mgs leave to offer Us services of ONE PRICE ONLY.CharI..tonJaai.20il85&. BOOKS STATIONERY''AXO'II&Ir
't PresidstU the Interested in the soonr'ty of their houses win aa.tisfy / :' sXtsntloirlrBr;b-girrt to sales of : ,to his old I -
T nltod States h. for this purpose, nmointod I "and Minister JVAW N.Aurora Envoy Extraordinary themselves by eaHtof on Mr.A.M REED, I !L/1 ..OKIOO Rice S.gai-Zmaber! ,, Ttmberk aad ,"'.-"r friends and the public generally. WiLI.I (6m) PUBLICATIONS.fI

".Oadsdn,Envoy Extraordinary as d Ifinis- Mexican Beprt&o UM_Plenipotentiary of tho cllabbooriUe..FU.,,orlCr;.WALTER KIPP, other Southern Produce, Also, Merchandise pvehaseduaiaoitadvantafsous experience lasttwenty-six< years,.'as a Dental Notice.W.SJJOSTWIOTwonMwspoctfWJ. JulyB_ No.3 ,-.
.I'Ilpoe.LaryeC the same,Bear the Mexieni ,o part Ihoir,respective. .W Watchmaker he t tbop.ctogive satire satisfaction _
o our:sole Agent for the erection these rods in terms. 'July8tf'InaolTOt
nnll" .aa4 the PrenideatoM,..np QnrDlr i East Florida.' ; : te those 'who,.wish.to. have. .their..work done Ins ly inform tho.dtnsns Jacksonville and Its.vicinity AGNEWPISHER&HOXI7, .
bo U
.tbt M Flenlpotonttsry' Ad ctw tzeeflsa. _known,thai I,FRANKLUJ :DTTYKB- A'AVOUTNBAVG1LCAUTIONNe workmanlike manner. ,thai,havmg Opened aa office b tho Daneriaa PACTORS'AND COMMISSION

.Ds@.snnsLd.. Byaalla,eaver rn d PIERCE President of t.Va&8t of I .one' is authorised tons ,_ :uee.' ., "" : :PET Watohes ,'4-I.w.lr1 repaired- at Gallery Fonyth street,win attend to all bran. I : HANTLt':

j I ._ e.-atiIIDai an? ddnguic&j_ America, have caused the treaty t.m la East Florida but our above named TBAAC RC.BPORDA4minbtsteetj., theTboTtat 8OtJce.j y84t' ebos 01 1ZNTLIST1IT, 1ft the most approved and Accommodation W14r QarkdoaWO.flANCRO'r&'co. & .
G..ndzupeMd Seertt&r1of Staten.4.f pftbU4 to the end that UM sumi, mr ourpatt.tus ..10ta&eefWLIIlaa 0.JWo We or WI eoa y careful manner. J J
1tela and Doe Jos Susan a article thereof,mar bo observed &r.ll e Agent' I mhJ-ly-- : IX A A.: deceased,' having fifed fa my offieo written ng. ; FROSTBouLTER;, Nerves of.aching:teeth'c1 arWANTBDA :

.rI iT r*and General Mariano MeBferis.NeD- .1 nod fa bj.tho CMUd State &o &foriS 1 l.T gMtkaofthoInaolvmeyof.ialdEsUtev ,,This1 l CASH'JOBBIXG ROITS&",, .

._..afsskmes.Invested with/aH power tor .1 r- f : .La t.IIenIore toaotlf aflpersace haviagdenmandidis. GcnerarCommission'Merchaxite, Nos. 253 A 255 King Street., < ; .. ';
\ who,.having eemtnosjieated g the(, band,.1J Ilsvsbeiennt. seta BUBSCRIBER/offsn for.sale'1000 Mk ly proved anlhenUfatad'wtho! oOeoof tho : 101-State'Street Botton,MdtfTI7ILL ,, '_ SOCTHKRir:GKNTLB- charleston, 8.C.; \ : .
t4nndint them in tU aeresPJaaadHammoetIadlnAlTX Judge,of Probate for Daral county by tho Mveatonth ellO Teaches desire a .
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10. ) and .1 and attention to sale '
. m.agreed upon the article*follow. bt affixed.. :h ;. : .ebsaeonntywbIch-U1b" ; sold'U a bargan for -day of Jaly,>"ewumg,>at,which time '.W, 'of-pay LUMBERTD. prompt BEB, COTTON and_ situation.. la that capacity in Florida Souther. B. JESSEN -'- :J. .
lIons at(hi thert-wUlbe Georgia He eomes highly recommended.Adre DEALERS IX.GROCRIESL11.
each IfapplIsdtorpooe. Any Information *arfbehsdbyaddresstofineaPaiatkJs. pro raaMstr4btloeofjh.tomUof other._ ,
3ebfl4 agree*'to dougaJ.tb.isgubetrs.11nm1tiwIthtb. < dayef- ..year cl e-L ., ; .aid** '' e1L4ne IshVtf'-, > 'JfffJOOltnrtAT ; '' ettb. t _,. ,Savannah,Goo. JulyS lfo;'I:East Bay.Caa3estML8.frW.KBwker ,
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t' -.a lbIe foe ii/ tort>rt ateg UM CUM aW- f. t '.t Oom of Pob' DaTal -' at 1M tll' : 8. S.''ARRAR'BROTHERS. : '
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. d.Me4set&busked: ; to UM Sib *r- : Jn "- 1' ,"-? ''soroatooath 4tt Jaauary/Al>.1865. 4 S. 'OOO"BOstOlf BRICKS. :' { ._ BIS 4e.:. ."_ :. ",.8mP. JmOJD'.AIm 0IS1Ltr 1
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- ::11111311 IWU5hI tn rcpuMki shall] be u '01.'J Utt*lUBCT, &t8 ; .J uJ J1& of Pfobat Pml C$wty AptJ 14-9 BABTRlfa t"c-o.n'IAHJ oi r -''-. -CUrlurlm, B.C -. .,- V'S al/8" -." ". &'ff*: A _:

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