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: July 14, 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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BY AUTHORITY. Pension Office : For miscellaneous items)' including. office under the direction and'supervision the ; SELECT POETRY; .MR., 'PEPPER'S. 'WIFE., ShOW She thinks I won't do 1 It,,aad aopef 1 S ,.

,For engraving and printing b bounty-land furniture six hundred dollars. Superintendent of Public Printing.. ". -* get off in that way J but U won't fypf
certificates, five thousand dollars. Office of the Quartennasters-Genera1. Mint of the UmtcdiStatesl- Fdo hare to '
LAWS OF TilE UNITED STATES. (From t\t Ohio Ci&irator.A .] lIE SHUT ilEa CP.KMr stairs she''got to sd.if cef* S
For stationaryhree thousand dolar. For blank books, binding and stationery At 'Philad lphla.or .- L -S' SS her; so here goesyi and taking gui&paC
SECOND SESSION. For binding book two : f\"e five hundred'dollars. salaries; of the director treasurer,j assayer >Pepper. I labor.under,the impresion his lady in,his arm*,he sees fcd U*|f*%
hundred dollars For labor, one hundred and fifty dollars. melter am! refiner,'chief1"coiner and BY nUXCIS D. c..ai that it is high time you were getting faction of seeing her,safely lodged fin ,.be

LAWS OF TilE CNITED STATES. For furniture'fivciundred dollars. For miscellaneous items: th0 hundred 'engraver, assistant mcjterand refiner5, 'and S Ben Fbher had finished his hard'.,'. work breakfast. "A* my former housekeeper on prison, and'carefully lockieg Wf In,he S ,

For compensation of liwrr one thau- dollars seven clerks, twenty."even thousand nine And h. tat at his cottage door i derstood all my wishes with.,r'egardto tioned *i little red headed 'youth:on;tb>" .

tCOT1tLD.1] sand five hundred dollr. Office of the Commissary-General: : hundred dollars.For'wages' .' 5'His good wife, Kate,'uf by Ha tide, these things I found it unnecessary.to give front do nrstp* tcJ .tteDd""* .-tIBera,'52$ ; 4 I

of said building For itis, including two For'blan1Lo,"binding,stationery, ; of 'workmen and adjusters, AndtI'thoalightdaiced' on the floor;- any orders respecting them; but with you i iis it also see that).P. did.noV escape r.nt S
For Contingent expenses\\z\ of the daily city newspapers, to be filed, vertising,' and" miscellaneous items", two fifty. thousairSl doJlaiV. 5 .,. : The moonlight 'danced on the cottage floor, different., As yea have.never got a IDeal thenhebtookbimselttoreMsurantfqhis"iinnrakmJ ..J.'

:and miscellaneous bound, and preserved for the use of the thousand five hundred dollars.; For specittenaoTrbresand coines, be Her, beami'ffere' aa dear d bright' in this house .course you Xnow nothingof after''dipatdUag lihtrrriod i

Fuel lights repairs hundred, dollar office, five thousand dollars. Office of>the ChlefEngineer:, reserved at ,tticTSWtthrce 'hundred 'oof-' '-' tw rlieii hViml; Kate,'twelve ,. r."Jtrore'? the regulations of the household. : off to his office,1 andwta 'MA err ,

eight thousand (G\e to pnmde a For the general purpose of the Depart For blank books binding, and stationery lars. S 4. Talked love In her mellow lillt. *-"*'-* .'Jo the first place you will make.f grossed in businessv J, -'- .' ,

To enable tiio department from the weather for ment of the Interior: four hundred dollars. For transportrtion of bullion from New in the kitchen,put on the kettb. &c; then About:lheddle of the\aftenxKHa, cs4. '. .

suitable protection in said and to For compensation of four night watchmen For miscellaneous' items. including"two York assay offici to tile United States mint Ben Fisher had sever a pipe of day you will tnako a fire in 'here., ,That done" young,sentinel rushed,into the .&,,. S

.the fuel consumed and furnish buildings and one day watchmen for the eastern daily Washington papers, five hundred dol for coinage, ten'thousand: dollars : Provided And never a dram drank he iSo yen.will cook breakfast, and bring it inhere caid.never stopping to.take breath:' .

clcanee the repair third, when twentysixrooms they shall wing of the Patent-Office, occupied by the lars.Office That ,all bullion required by law.to:be' he l loved at borne with hit wife U stay, as I: have always been accustomed to S '"Mr./Pepper had better run hoa.jusi4 S 5 I

in the story General Secretary of the Interior, three thousand of the Surgeon-General : transmitted for said office the mint for AudtheycbstteiI'meriilyS taking mine in bed,'and do not consider it ; fast as'b can, for that"'ODWl1rUI: .S 'Supbemnakingsnairfizlracketsn&sbeib4

be \acatcd thousand by dollars Land-Office dollars. For blank books, binding, and stationerytwo coinager shall, if practicable, be in the form. Right merrily chatted they on the while necessary depart from :thati custom, on I 1

seven of in by For expenses Incurred by Dr.John Evans hundred dollars. of refined bars. Her babe ilept on her bruit;, your account but should ,you prefer, tearing around there, and rattling thing S ,

for rent building, occupied and in part by the in geological explorations in Oregon, Washington For miscellaneous items two hundred For incidental and contingent expenses While a chubby rogue,with a smile; you can cat yours in the kitchen as U, is the distressingest kind, ,and if'abe beaat S

the Attorney-General Auditor of the Treasury three part thousand ( ., and for the completion of those dollars. S including fuel, material, stationery, water- On his fathera knee found rest.Den roar perfectly immaterial to roe," .. splitting up something or ther,. then*,I
First five hundred dollars. explorations in Ten.or. on Coose Office of the Colonol of Topographical rent, gas, wastage freight on bullion, in addition This occurred the morning after Mrs. don't know what splitting be 1"

For fuel and miscellaneous items for the Day, )'- five hundredand Engineers : to other available funds, sixty thousand told ber'how fact hIs patatoea grew, Pepper went to housekeeping. Mrs. Pepper Without waiting to bear mare, ,Mr.' P/. S

thousand live bundled dollars. sixty dolar For blank books, binding, and stationeryseven dollars. And the corn In the lower field } was a sensible .woman;sho made. no seized his hat., and hurried*offhome, ,,,at '
game, two For Contingent Expemet of the Eastern hundred dollars. At New Orlerna. reply to Mr. .Pepper's command; but as moat undignified pace. *
of four watchn.en for And the wheat on tbe bill waa to seed
For compensation thousand four hundred Wing of ikel'atent-Uffice Building.Furfuel For miscellaneous items five hundred For salaries of snperintendent treasurer. And grown soon as her toilet was finished, she left the Opening the hall door, he'stole up 5 ,Italrtas S,
u\; two romiaed a glorious yield :-
building lights, and incidental expenses, two dollars. assaycf, coiner melter and refiner, and room;and sitting down in the kitchen she carefully as possible, "and 'applying' hi* .1
A yield in the harvest time
dollars. of four labarers for thousand five hundred dollars. For the General Purpoees, of the North- three clerks seventeen thousand seven glorious thus ruminated: eye to the'keyhole' he ;bebel4 s aght! '

For compensation thousand three bundled Fur compensation of three laborers: one vest Executive Building. For compensation hundred dollars. And his orchard was doing fair; "Make the, kitchen fire I Yes ; I'll do which made him fairly boil with rage.-;, ., ; S
said building two thousand seven hundred and of four watchmen of tho northwest For wages of workmen, thirty-seven Hu sheep and hIs stock were in their prime, that. Then make a fire in the bedroom Mrs., P. was silting front of the fire,

and four dollars. the dollars. twenty-eigt executive building, two thousand four hun- thousand dollars. Ills farm all in good repair. '. I'll see to that, too.._ Then take the breakfast place_reading his .10 e1etfe'l"The"" en-. .
Foe rent of the building occupied by For the preservation of the collections dred dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, to' his bedside Just see if I do P_ she was engaged in perusing that pa

Third! Auditor uf the Treasury S six hundred of the exploring expedition: .For compensation of two laborers of the including fuel, materials, stationery, wastage Kate said that her garden looked beautiful fat And then Mrs. Pepper sat .and thought ticplar' moment' was front, a .JB**Pol]r-* S

dollars. miscellaneous items For compensation of keepers, watchmen, northwest executive building eight hundredand in addition to other available funds, Her fowls and hcr calves,were ;, deeply for a few minutes when, apparently Primrose, who it appeared had bok

For fuel and other hundred and laborers, two thousand nine hundred sixty-four dollars. forty-two thousand three hundred dollars That the batter r that morning thatTommy churned having arrived at a r-atisfkcfory conclusion, favorably on the suit.of Mr, ?eppebta ':
thousand .
for the eamc, taro two and eighty dollars. For fuel and light, two thousand four S At Charlotte; North Carolina. Would bay him a Sunday hat; she preceded to. business. more dashing 'lover appearing:on VMUs'PoIly .

dollar watchmen fur I For contingent expenses, two hundred hundred dollars. For salaries of superintendent, coiner ossayer That Jenny for Pa a new shirt had made, Having got a ''nice'fire kindled in the sent him a letter of 'dismI u '

For compensation of two hundred dollars.SurreyqrsGeneral. For miscellaneous items one thousandsix and clerk six thousand dollars. ,And that too by the role. kitchen;.she carried some coal into Mr. P.'a promising her undying friendships S
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said LuJdiag uoo two I an their Clerkt. hundred dollars. For wages of workmen, four thousand That eddy the garden could nicely spade apartment and filled up his stove, having I companying the s&mewlthL kick :0f l1et mu

dollars. the I For Compensation of sunoyor-general For the General Purposes of the Build- ono hundred dollars. + And Ann was ahead at school first ascertained that there was not a spark. hair and some.walnut meattv
For rvnt of building occupied jy hundred northwest of the Ohio, and the desks in ing corner of F and Seventeenth litreets. For incidental and contingent expenses, of fire-in it. That' duty performed she But i it was not the love-letters!one" .vlt t .

Fifth Auditor of the Treasury, cfght Ins utc.eight thousand three hundred For compensation of superintendent four including fuel, materials stationery, wastage Ben slowly pawed his toll-worn bandS next prepared the breakfast, of which she madeMr.. P.'so'outrageous. He'ha,} bet I

dollars. miscellaneous items. watchmen and two laborers for raid building in addition' to other available funds, Through his locks of greyish! brown- partook ,with great relish ;.and after ,matters some what'of traveller ln> hi'da-;,&Dc1 S

For fuel and other thousand two hundred For compensation of the surveyor-gener three thousand eight hundred and two one thousand five hundred dollars.At "I tell you, Kate, what I think," aaid he, and things were all set to rights in the collected .a:,great many cnrioaitiej', Ia )18 S

fur the same, two :, al .of Illinois and Missouri, and the cler sin dollars.: Dahlonega, Georgia.For "We'reBhe happiest folk's In town'! kitchen, she went down,town,(on a shop- ramble, which ho had deposited 1n.t : S

dollars. of two vatoumen for : his oliice, Lie thousand eight hundred For repairs and i Improvements ten thou salaries of superindendent, coiner "I know," said Kate"that we all work hard,- pin,' excursion. J board in the very toom whem he had:, .
For compensation cud twenty dollars. sand two hundred ,aud fifty three dollars assayer, and clerk,six thousand dollars. and health I've found S S Mcanwhtle' Mr. Pepper'began to grow fined Mrs. P. and she had got at .'**'
thousand two hundred Work go together, j "
said building, one I For compensation of the surveyor-gener and forty cents: For wages of workmen three thousandsix all impatient. He "labored under the im She had split up in elegant '"'ftjnz-deiL
tbere'a Mrs. Bell does not work at ,
dollars.Department. al cf .'Jorida and the clerks in his office, For fuel and compcusatiort of firemen, bundled dollars. pression" that the atmosphere of his 'room with hi*Indian battle-axe, in OT *rto have .
of lite Interior.-For com five five hundred dollars. one thousand' nine'hundred and forty-two' For Incidental and contingent expenses, 'And zbe'a lick the whole year round. did not grow warm'very fast, and he began a 'fire, 'as.the 'day was rather dig.; *ja
of the Interior
pensation of the Secretary And assistant, For compensation of the surveyor-gener dollars and fifty cents. including fuel materials, stationery wastage "They're worth their thousands, so people lay to feel unpleasantly'hungry. Peepingout one corner' of,the fire-place was Mr'p.fm S

i and the clerks, messengers oitia* thousand al) of Wiisconsm and Iowa, and the clerks For contingent expenses, one thousand in addition to other available funds, Lut I ne'er saw them happy yet; from behind the bed-curtains, 'ho. saw best heaven filled up with 10ve-leftetL '. ,

messenger in dollars.S his thirty in his ofc.eight thousand three hundred I four hundred dollars. two thousand five hundred dollars.At 'Twould-&ot be me that would take their golJ.And how affairs were with regard to the 'stove On a small table, dose to Mrs. p. .. .
nddgUy dollars.for Nury partment.-For compensationof San Francisco, California.For Something like suspicion of the real state beautiful flat China dish filled wiy b6 '
For coifijcusatJon of the CommissGncrdlhe ] compensation of the surveyorgeneral -: the Secretary of the Navy and the c'erks salaries of superintendent, treasurer, live in a constant rret.Mj of affairs began to dawn upon his mind.- oil in which she had sunk, Mr...,p/s. :
the record :
, and having fired one .Li ftT : '

er, drauglUsmao, asbistaut draughrsman eight thousand three hundred dollars. er in his office, twenty nine thousand: two c1l'rks. twenty-eight thousand dollars. Mrs,Bell'a gold could not buy. still about the house. it afforded her sufficient lightt fo,,ber.jS! : I

clerks, messengers, assistant in l liis-ollke uieo&cngers, For compensation of the buneyor-gen- hundred and ninety-six dollars. For wages of vvokmen and adjusters, one Six hearty children a mcrrj heart, Hastily dressing himself, he proceeded' bore-for Mr._P. had closed t 'bruulJ fa
hundred ttackere. and laborers, thousand one eral of Oregon and the clerks in his otiice, For compensation of the chief to the hundred thousand 'dollars. And a husband's love-lit eye.!' to investigate the: affair. 'He soon comprehended the better security of the culp'ri. S S

and fcixty-eiftht one I seven. thousand five hundred dollars. Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, and For ordinary expenses including wantage the whole of it, and was' very On 'some* coal :hr front otth :

hundred and eight six dollars.Commissionerof For compensation of the surveyor-gener the clerks, messenger, and laborer, in his in addition to other available means, twenty I hnc'ed a tear M as in Ben'a e jc,- wralhfuj at first; but comforted' himself Mr. P.!. silver christening owr jn .
'. For compensation of tne and the clerks in his office, office, twelve thousand three hundred and thousand dollars. Tho iiioou tbouo brighter and clearer, with! .the'reflection,that he had the powerto Mrs. P. was popping corn whlc t 4
Indian Allaire, ant the clerks, messenger n o Caful'ni I coud: net tell why the man should cry, lhe'fl r ,
hundred dollars. sixteen dollars.' Assay OlSce, New T'oik. punish Mrs; P., and he felt bound to: do anon stirred with the flddIe. '
and assistant messenger iu his cilice, For compensation of the sUf'eror-gncr-I Fur compensation of the chief of the For saLr.es: of officers, and ilviks, fourteen But be bitched up to Kate still nearer; it, too. After some search he found tho while5occasionally punching med- ,

twcntv-niue thousand eght hundred and al of Washington Territory, Bureau of Navy-Yards and Docks, and the thousand four hundred dollars : Provided lie leaned bla bead on her shoulder there, remains of the breakfast of whicbr he partook with the fiddle for-3ft. PTha Jl. S : II l lS

forty dollars. of the Commissionerof in bs office, seven thousand five hundred : civil engineer, clerks, messenger,and laborers That the Secretary of the Treaury And took her hand in his- with a'gustoi and then 'set,'.down >to menSaWe toresighit ftlDOfed th 1ritb'COIlJ'lhotel:1 i

For compensation dollars.For In his office, seventeen thousand and bj; authorized t: fix the salaries of such officers I gae-lbough( I looked at the moon just then]) wait for Mrs...P.' She was a long ,time 'in tongs. 5' :
Pension, and the clerks, metsengtr and compensation of the surveyor-gen'. mnetj'-two dollars. and clerks, so as not to exceed those That he left on her lips a kiss. coming and he had ample time to nurse his Mr.-P. condescended topp S :

assistant messenger thon, in his i.d oiBce, one hundred hun- I eral of New Mexico, and the clerks in his For compensation of the chief of the allowed by law to like officers and clerksin < wrath. While sitting there, he thus solilo key hole until he had obtained thbagT ft, S

lied and seven eight uflice, seven thousand dollars. Bureau of Construction Equipment and the mint or its branches. quised: correct idea of what was on" pretty
and fortv d-illai of the Totomac For compensation of the eurvcyor-gener- Repairs, and of the engineer-in-chief, and For wages of workmen, in addition to MISCELLANY.TELLEYR.tND .. S fcThat evrfr I'PhhlanderPepper, shouldbe Nertr' was' a Pepper go fired a*he.,''He
For the) repairs nay'ard al of Kansas and Nebraska, and the clerks the clerks. messenger aud laborers in his an available balance of former apprpriations so treated, and, by a woman, too shook the doors !"it i '
and to refund to waseccrely-fastened
and tipjier bridges l'uLlic m his IIlc.eight thousand three hundred offich, twenty thousand seven hundred and forty thousand dollars. is not to be believed. I can't believe it,no, within, and resisted slush efforts p
three AND ARNOLD to
of buildings .
theCootml&aioncr I won't either. But she shant open '
dollars. nor
dollars.S ninety-two For incidental and contingent expenses escape, it. He ordered Mrs.
thousand dollars adranoud to him by the For compensation of clerks in the offices 'For c jmpcjisal'ron of the clerks, messenger repairs, including fuel, and materials, and There was a day when, Telleyrand, arrived th t's certain; if aba ibou'd my reputation the consequence j' but Pepper as she to duTnot Ojl8I1or'b I
corporation of Washington, in eighteen be lioncdto. 'laborer in the Bureau Provieion in Havre on foot from Paris. It was for,dignity would be forever, t for open
ot the surveyors-general t appot and wastage on gold and silver, in addition to gone it. !it ia to be presumed that ahe'preferred, .
hundred and fifty-three, and expended on the darkest: hour of the French Revolution. havn't I told Solomon 'an"' ;
.them according to the exigencies of the and Clothing,eight thousand eight hundqed other available, means, seventy thousand Simpleton along the' consequences. Mr. PeppePtiarted '
the Potomac bridge tn thousand doUars.ContiNgenl public service, and to be employed iu transcribing and sixteen dollars. '. dollars. Persued by the bloodhounds of this',reign how I was going' ttf make' my i withstand down stairs like a madman. : ad S

Erpentet Department nj I lield-notes of survey for the purfiobe -. For compensation of the chief of the Government in Hie.Territories.S of terror stripped of every wreck of property round and how I was'going: to make her "I must lint a top to this jf j : 5' '

the Interior.- ot preserving them At tins seat of government Bureau Medicine and Surgery, nnd-the -, Territory, Oregon.For and power Talleyrand'secured a pas getup and make the fire every" morning; ""or I shall not 7 have a .W ght '

Office Secretary of the Interior: sixty-one thousand dollars. clerk, messenger, and laborer in his office, salaries of Governor, three judges, sage'to America in a ship about to sail." and let me lie.abed, and h w- 1 ,was 'going back." ,rag' 'ocIothestquy i ,. 1

For boolce, tatiouety, furniture, and For salary of the recorder of land titlesin nine thousand and sixteen dollars. and secretary, twelve thousand five hundred lie was a beggar .and a.wanderer to a to shut her up, and feed herb broad and i ladder _.. S
other contingencies, three thousand seven Missour five bundled dollars. Contingent ErpeHsee of the .Vary De dollars. strange .Jand, to ean his ;daily bread..by water, if she dared to say she-wouldn't ,do : Procuring a ,>he began to ,mount
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lIra P.
hundred dollars. lobor. : was not to b. .
daily It.
For opcuejtion of the Commissioner partment. For contingent of said Territory I 4
expenses S 1
General Lan -O kc: of Public and the clerk in his Office Secretary of the Navy: ono thousand five hundred dollars. kli there any.American staying at your ':' A_cosy little arrangement;.Mr.Pepper, ," : taken so easily. She'knew that be had left ':
the .
tuildmg house 1'' he,asked thelandh.rd, of, the,ho said a soft voice behind him. I door unlocked for the had examined it t 'f ..
office two hundred dol! For blank books binding stationery For and of the '
For cash system and military patents lars. thouand labor periodicals, ,, and miscellaneous -, members compensation of the ,lSlat1.asseml11y.mileage officers tel. "Lara bound to,cross.the' water,"and Mr P.:started up and there stood Mrs. I as soon .as he had left; but she had.no idea ',; : .
newspapers. i ,
under laws prior to entyeightli i'ptcnv would like a letter,to a person influence, P. right behind his chair. laJgbingijust.I I letting him have the benefit ,of her :fire; : .
compensation of the Superintegdent items, two thousand tight hundredand clerks and contingent of I :.
her aiM expenses -
hundred Unts ,
,eighteen tifty; i& .1ur World." sohastilyseizing several large bottles ..
in the New hard she could. Mn.
of Public Pi iu and the clerks and forty dollars. thousand dollars. as Pepper put on 'a ,
tract-books and blank ting, the assembly, twenty '
and other ; ,
records ; landlord hesitated a moment and cologne she'.threw the content*, the
The look upon '
his elutcn thousand five of Ordnan and !
in Bureau Hydrography: of Minnesota.For
and die disulct.land-offices messenger Territory S and
books, this ; ofcl. ,I" fire, in few minutes had'the"satis&b
then replied: Sit down i in chlr. he :
and field-note stationery hundred and dollars. Aud the For blank b oksand stationery,five hundred salaries of governor superintendentof madam said 5 S
tion of
binding plata $ .upstairs"either "' seeing .it entirely extimmishe4.S
.5 There gentlemen pointing to tho lone he' had just vacated
and the clerks and dollars. and ,
Indian aflairn throe judges secretary .
furnitureatid of ,'and miscellaneous supe-rinteiideiit meeSCll' S '
repairs same America or'Britian but whether Thardutyporfbrmed fche left h 'avsnt. "
from ; "while I have' -little conversation""will
In his and the librarians and For' miscellaneous items two hundred three hundred dollars. .
as- thousand
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daily ofc mont and '
items including American or Englishmen, I .cannot tell. ", locking door; she" stationea S
in the of dullars.Bureau of said Territory you.
fcittants and'tifty For .
be filed boundand: messenger Library contingent. expenses herself '
city DeIr'pLllCrto the and : a 'couvcnienpoaitloto
lie pointed way Talleyrandxvho "Now I/sbould be pleased to know 'why -hear .
entitled to Add shall of Construction Equipment and thousand dollars.' .
preferred ("I' the use of the oflicc thirty- b ; re ; ., j one and everything that SIn I : '
tnf'S'sL11 life transpired therehv
cf the joint resolution Repairs : ,For compensation and milesge ot the 'in his ; was bishop; prince' you did nol 6bey my orders this' morning, jso i ,
three thousand live hundred -And twenty- minister-scended'the stairs. Amiserable'snppliant a few moments Mr. P.;waa sale in the -
prime and whero 'have been all the forenoon ,
twentieth hundred For blank books officers you .
binding stationery/niid tho '
approved July ,eighteen members of legislative assembly
tire dollars. ;I stood before the stranger's ?" : apartmen ,-and as soon as he had closed the .;
For in addition Un- aud filtj-four, filing the compensation of miscellaneous items, eight hundred' dollars. clerks, and contingent expenses of the, -S "S window he stood bolt .
contingent expenses 'door; 1.nocled.and entered. "Where :I have been this forenoon Mr. upright In the"mid S
der l a Jp-I'lid act of twenty-eighth i SePtember / the legislative employee and of the tho government .' Bureau of Yarks Docks : assembly tn enty thousand ol New Mexico.dollars. In the far corner of the1 dimly ightedroomr Pepper;I have not the least objection, to dIe of the room'and said in'a deep voice-i- '. .
in the to
awe manner same Territory ,
;eighteen hundred and fifty ; sat a man of some'lfin.y'yeara i his tell I: have been downtown Jezebel, come fourth r1- '.. .
and hfty, And I went}...'nd, March, extent as officers of the same grade in thelegislative For stationery\books, plans, drawingand For salaries of governor superintendent v folded and his head bowed upon his you r : doing'slittle No answer. '. :

eighteen hundred and titty-two, and act : department.for ,incidental'. labor, eigh hundred dollars. of Indian affairs; three judges, and secretary arms breasU. From a window directly apposite' lovely shopping.napkins just hue'purchascd look:at 'them some said :"Jade, do yon;thmk to escape 1"! ,1 '. : ,,. 4
contingent of his office viz: Bureau ot Provisions and 'Clothing: twelve thousand five hundred dollars.
expenses ,
rty-liret August, eighteen hun.lrcd.and flood of light rtourcd upon his forehead. she. them Lorhis inspection Still no response. Mr. P.begins OfCeI
a holding demurely 'I
: up '
books said
advertising For blank binding 'stalionery.andmiscellaneous .Terri- S
blank of/
For books'etationery postage For contingent expenses
fifty-two for the satisfaction Virginia His' looked .from:beneath the ,down t kl dollar uneasy and hastily ,commences to seard- f.
for for miscellaneous m'seven hundred dol aI's.Cureau'of thousand dollars. eyes ; ,only paid a apiece for ; .,fi.
land tncuty-bix thousand 'one proposal IlI.Lper'ind ry, one the room but had
warrants cast bows ,and 'gazed.upon Talleyrand'sface them. ,don't' j not'proceeded far when S
-- cheap
turns I ono thousand dt,1l1al's.for l\J dicirie'and Surgery : ,For compensation and mileage of ,tho you he bears ''.
hundred dollars.Fortract with ,searching she : a slight titter aOmn hetdla.thi "' ,
a peculia1..and expres added.
and other books for new land- rent of wareioom, two hundred and For blank books and stationery, three members the legislative assembly, officers of the door. He S
sion. ,Ills face was striking in outline, the Mr. Pepper was astonished how she dared vicinity : listens 4 moment j ,
officcs.. created during the first session of fifty dollar hundred' and fifty dollar:, and contingent expenses of the assembly mouth and chid indicative of an iron will. S to turn the conversation ;in this ,, audit, is repeated. ..Darting to tbe door,he S o/' _

the thirty third Congress, including blanksfor For cartage,.and >labor in storing and For miscellaneous' .items',, one" hundred, twenty thousand dollars., .' S His form, vigorous eJen'.with t.he'snosvsoffifty was mystery to him., Suddenly his bottled way attempted to open it,hut he flndahimaelf* .;,,
six thousand dollars.. Li-a importation of paper, fire hundred, and .d. .llAts. Territory of Utah. prisoner.: : There is'one' :
the but distinguished
came, S was clad in a: .dark chant wrath broke loose. mojichanco'bo $I' Ithinks'
Turning fiercely '
fifty dollars.: For llit General Purposes thc''South-. For salaries of governor, superintendentof S.
To enable tho register and recciver.of coituuneH 'her he slUd- S S ; and hurries to the-window | bet :' .
War"Dtparlmelll.-For coinpensathnof vest Executive Buildings..For m n'satlon'of Indian affairs three judges and secrets r. upon. ,
Indiana/ alas forMr. his '
the land-office at Indianapolis, Talleyrand dvaOcd-Esitted thatjhe Jane Pepper wifet baa,jnsr. .
'of War and the clerks four watchmen of tho southwest thousand doi'ars.Forcoiitlugentexpenscs! "Betsy you disgust me ; you seem .
twelve '
for the of Secretary moved the ladder and P ;
ry, ,
rent rooms preservation ; was,a fugitive and under the impressionthat to make light of'this matter but ,it cannot escapes
the records and papers of she several land jjicsbcugcr, assistant niessengerand laborer executive building i ',.two'' thousand four hundrcd'dollars. of said'Territory :uthe. gentleman before him was an is more serious very than you-imagine-j He sita'down on a chaiii'and lookS letully '
which hare been die .in his office, twenty-two thousand.three ,. ,, one thousand'dollars.! : you around .
offices in said State, :American 'solicited_ his} ,kind and feeling will find to cost. presently :If himi.IJresentlfbe. arises d' :
and forty-eight dollars: ,For contingent; of said buildingviz For "compensation and mileage of the your you ".
hundred expenses -
continued and the books and papers thereof do and picks up"a few" fragments" of''a letter "
< offices' not instantly beg pardon in submissive .
my a
compensation of the clerks and messenger 1' For labor; fuel, lights, and'miscellaneous members of the legislative assembly'olhl- is. S
transferred to the said land-offices at He poured fourth his history in eloquent I shall which lying on the carpet,. and 'findsit :
exert .
the of five in the office of tho Adjutant Geupr- items; three thousand eight hundred and cers clerks, and contingent expenses oCtheasseubly manner, my authority from .
said city of Indianapolis, cum .French and broken'English.fcl to bring you to a proper sense of your misconduct Polly .Primrose. Jlo, wondets whAt :'., S ..
hundred dollar al), thirteen, thousand four hundred dollars. sixty-five dollars.PottOffice twenty thousand'dollars. am''wanderer-an"uiJe. I am forced by,imprisoning i in of she ha* done with the.lock of hair. .j* '.
For comjxsnbation the clerks and messenger Departrnept.-For.compen- For instruction of a warden'house yon one, my At this moment S S
For amount required to enable tho Secretary 'to fly to the New World without friend chambers until are his'eyefl ii1. ":
in the office of the QuarteTmastcr- cation'of PoatinaMer-General three Assistant and Clut r.y rd. and twelve cell and 'fixtures you willing to. compromise .
of the Interior to execute the provisions or 'home. 'You are"an ,American Give 'strict obedience to wishes." daguerreotype, Which ia lying on the"table S '
of the "act to graduate and reduce Genera 'sixteen thousand two' hundred Postmaster -Gcne L ,and tne clerks for the penitentiary in the ,Territoryof then. '1' beseech you-a letter of yours, so AC the close of this very my eloquent and before him-mechanically taking U"Up' Ihe S

the price of tin public lands to actual [settler dollarnk messenger,assistant messenger'watchmen Utah 5 thirteen thousand dollars. t that I may be able to earn my bread. I dignified speech, Mr. Pepper drew himselfup opens jt;and sees-what! nothing hut.hi* .5 ..
and cultivators, approved fourth Au- For compensation of the5clerks and messenger and laborers'of said aeJlirtmentone; ; hun 5' Territory of Washington.: 5 : am willing to toil in any manner-a life of to his,full height and stationed himself own.iacc. All the rest.of hinsbeing.rnbuiS ':, .

pat one thousand eight hundred and: fifty': lathe office of the Taymaster-Gen- dred and fifty thousand five' hundred am.dfiftytwo For salaries of governor superintendent labor would be ,a paradise' to a career of before Mr*. P., ready.to receive bed off, and around his lovely phi* i*:tho S ,

four, thirty thousand dollars' :: Provided era! 'twelve. thousand four hundred and forty dollars.Contingent of Indian affairs, thiee judges and,secretary luxury in .' You will give mo a letter of sorrow and penitence i' he had expressions no- missing' curl,' and 'the 'wlnnt.metasr .

Aowrrer .That fa all cases where lands' ioiiatiFu expenses of said department : twelve thousand fi\"o'.bundre'd dollars.. to 'one ofyourriendsA gentlemanlike I doubt that she"would falldownat hU carefully stowed in the corner of the 'easel ,

S hare been or shall hereafter be cold under compensation the clerks, messenger For blank books binding 'and :stati one- Fur'contingent expenses of said Terri- has doubtless many friend..", sdsay-4 T S r feet', Mr. 1'. fairly blubbered aloud. i .

the act of fourth August;eighteen hundred and laborer in-the office"of, the ''Cornmy.Gener'oSubsisteaco.ninetbou- ry,-fuel for the General,:Post-Office' .build tpry'one thousand five hundred. dollars. ,The you"strange ,,gcntleman rose., With.a Dear.Philander, won't please forgive S "Good! ught'J1IrIP,r whenym S p
; and Mourto graduate and' reduce the including,the Auditor', office, oil" gas. rFor, compensation, and mileage of ,the'gslatiVO be you find level .,l'n.let and S
look .that Talleyrand never forgot retreated me this time end 1'Jl never do your yon out not till .
: price"/the public land to. actual settlers sand seven, hundred" aud seven ty-5x (Idol!", and candles,-printing, labor,day watcnuian. 'assembly, officers, ,clerks, and towards the door of the next cham- more.L"S. ,, ,so' _"any S then.' A. little wholesome 'discipline 'wffldfryos S '.1 .

-and cultivators," at a higlicr nt than authorized lars. : and (miscellaneous items' nino, tho1JsanJfife contingent expenses of,the assembly k,",twenty bar his! eyes,looking still from.beneath,hisdarkened And he was going to "Betsy t Jane 'good'and I'm fully prepared-;?ad- 4 5
For of the clerks and hundred dollars dollars. :
; by that act. the Secretary fcf the compensation messenger if thousand bro __ you'd better not in n minister i&1 How long Mrs PePPer'lI '.
Interior shall and in the office of the Ohicf Engineer ,Fortboicontiuuationof the, ,Pot .Office Territory Nebraska. \u''he ; butlnsteadfifolng her lord )durance .
hereby .p
be, authorzd., S f He spoke: retreated ,backward this,'what do you'think 'did?. Lau"h- ge, > vii, depooto '
: to .dir the fTr. of money eight thousand.tw6. hundred-dollars. building-, three hundred :thousand .dollars, For"salaries'of,governor, three judges bIs.-S voice'was"Cun'of meaning. ed him right in the face!". a saith,not,and as to what -passed betwe : f
for proper ld dlltrct W,'refund theexcess dollars ? to be oxpended under the direction of tho and secretary, Jell thousand five, S "I 'am. the:only,man; .born' in'the New 3Ir_Pepper was awful wrathy., :He poke them when 'he,was released fromaptlvitx,. .. S
' out of aDYloey 'bis hndsderived For compensation of the clerk and"msRoter President ufl the United States,.;according ,dollars. ': S world who can raise his hand'to God and in voice of we are not r anyibetteFinfohaed,* bvtti..l !
the sales of nd in the office of the Surgeon-General to the plan submitted,by.Thomas U.. Va1torsrcbiteclio Tea contingent expenses of said Territo up a thunder, .and said: are '
i from public', dsl'} Dy-I- have not a mcud-not one in all "JrriPep'per. walk right stairs this W. we _
Postmaster-General S one1 hundred and twentyfive op y .
fh'e.thouuad'doUaJ'S. tho,, theethotts&ud ,
the and of graduationfixed ; seen a toftervgml '
period principle" ry America .. and morn'mg ,..", S
j br, the instructions oru1aencrajLIn4Q& For compensation of the clerks messenger and approved of by;the committees of the dollars; and the'counting officers. never" forgot' .:" 'the S overwhelming SS very WDuteJ under feet don't you let'the- grass put his head into the Md_, .. d, J ; i. ,. '
in the 'officeof the Colonel! Senate and Rouse ot at shall 1 audit and of :.TaIoT.rand] grow your while you are 'going 'J\ '.
! of thirtieth October; Eighteen .and labarer Representatives, of. tho treasury. payout 8'4flC530f tho look which accompaniedthefcc" neither. You have jar tn'meek manner-. 5, SS
: hundred and flny-four/ihall be', and they Topographical Engineers,i ix, thousand the present cession of,CongresvFor the*said sum the amount expended by actIng word*.' ,J v w begun your I'll antics have in J&De l'Te'made 1od eD" 1 1',r.andputonthoteabtU S
: but
nine hundred and seventy six dollar/ l "S -# repair of the .General .Pos Office 'Governor; Gumming,'in ,removing the I good seasonjMrs.Pepperj; you ;5
: he
< the wonVrou
hereby "Who 'oi' cricoYa1 strange to know that-it ; plea_S .
are toconcmuethniany ;
eed wo ,
& 'tpa1 ,
> For of the clerk*And mes-- building for.office furniture glazing, painting late Governor Burt from SS
iXtfr compensation remainioffthe ; man1 retreated" to-'tbVnext roomr *jour 0 get up'and get br&kfaat.'Vat aW .. S& ,
of Mrs. ,
timewithtne .i'
Office of Inth&i ; length ; Pepper.
.S the Colonel or Ordnance and for his lato residence i South
senger in the office of whitewashing, keepthgth.replaces Nebraska; rID '
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imO1"- Again' command walk; stairs." .. A Good Soap Rs&ft.1I'to. 4of .
r For of buUdingDSeTeUtltreet dollars.. and furnace in order four thousand "' S up rt
rest ; ,' twelve thousand Carolinai < : "he i with smile that ? I
S : "My name, replied kWellreallyMrJ P.itisnot stall neccssary Have:>.tlie Ieyfof-auMdentetieuget '
hundred 3olUr : ; ; J
foroceone thousand two- : dollars.S ; S
Contingent thctWarDcpart-
Expense* of cxpenscs'oftakingthe tcensusaur ;:1
*. '' ; o&eizt_ '.i-' S -, For the'renewal'of' furnace id. the :thorired for by fourth section of act May,thirtieth had '& mocker/' than]oy is in Benedict its convulsive for you to speak*so loud-' T am :not float an egg;measure it into barrtoJa.O! .. ,'J' ,S
four General: Post-Office and fore and' fif expression- 1nam BO deaf as all.that comes to; .bur asfor; tahied, and to ach'ODO po10 : 1
For compensation of .atmen, Office of the- Secretary of: War..: ; building;; repaIrinthe'mante1s'and ,.one thousand eight; hundred : "" < SIIev5i '
Arnold.! I have .r U
I stairs not the least ob or Stir day until beco
walking every
up '
two thousand four hundred For blank book and. ''abor.ne fireplaces' therein thousand'dollars!. ,.
-. '. For > 1uu- thousand; four hundred stationery and,fifty&&4Iars.S ., wo' thousand dollars.: t.y-four'two;compensation ,and'mileage of the > gone: Talleyrand sank..In" the ecticn to doing so, if' you'will wait until thick:j then, to tlJrt ca llOTa'ofloap'put '!'. S
cpnto r.tfel T chair gasping e word; I Dave recovered from my fatigue; but I can't four jalloac of j ley,as t
dred < For mucellanoou items fire .hundred For paper and printing for th executive members( the' legtslat1veasseinbhj; 'officers ., S'
.. ; &ArnoITh&trLit tt "
.... before. ',* Bciloae e
m I think of doing so .I that &. MROf *. ,
and six- if
\ annual atatemeaV d
1 Tcrfuelandlmghtaslxbandred ,. d M1"doUars.:4' departments-Including'tho clerk /at ; continge"nt'expense
\ '
,t fThn..voI l eee he wandered omUte "I f
I 'ButyoumustMrs.P.'LsdXbea1j'T the ,ontlreI&TiNla &
'tee "I : >lsjpj books thousand' ,' ""commerce'and' navigationv 'thousand dollars.'* .grsao l1h:
For DP of assembly twenty "
*for dena- itatlooerjtine .. ,one I t Biennial r:Register and':aonual"e.ti t of, tho,.- territory, of' an&as.J** ,- .,,'* &rtli noth r r"Calnwith, -the..,.,WiDd. *;r'1mukOMnlH'brow..I .4t4 .go* to MJ to ..Jh1tjou'lJfe 101,.:'1 l1lr"a.ot.sa1 l f.. S
ll to .. .
hundred dolij bta'WHf* ; ,-.lor'iG'dcrk' .\ th GijiiIl fi,,", afpro riaUonsoae hundred*aad'fbrtyfclxthousand For Waries.of: 'Eovernor-three''JadfeeaL _.. '4FW'-_ {p"i t'4t4 to carry.wo Jjwn'fcwalklM L'141En ;. wat.-r-Kf:1l'' : b' .' -p '

Tor anUcellaneoO h.- '"'d n__ ; __ ", ,14'o five hundred TdoHah:'fro&dtd, .ad McwUry/tco'thoiwtaa" five;hundred i'-':- ... '.oJ .--. .J .:" I 4OOuI1&t tIs 1riAi f Oei j I .tlMWI be" 1 ;:
'of Jhc dallr 1 lt'l1n'tW,.., o "or.t.h r l a otal1--S O-nefaL'- ; All Handbooks,:'biadkig aadiru Dg the dotlm !. '' usi : ,",&<.::a&,pa1. 1:sJCStTiOse of the ald -d -
bocndand proerved lt V\o. Q .0?.,.b: F.!' booVs,'blndtoK'arid 'jtaticiery.,j .m far $ tereral eiecnUradopartsieaUr "-r'. .ei !'. .' I, S ", fTI "t4 i*Prince PoligBae,1 eofr..of the. : t b 1t :Tbj I''I. Jit.ii.
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IUwr cut a PluI [COWXSCW.J' [Fran the Mbtteippi. Trader] ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. the Russian: authorities tad British government I Bepadlatlon ot the'.Philadelphia- Put.

QE. Wtb1 dus. I With a exception, the Whig DABKS Poor, Jury Tta, 1825.Mr. .' Cen. Clultman aa'd the ItnowNothlng through the Danish Minister at St. ftrra by the Pennsylvania" .Know"Jfetlt'

I. Know-Nothing press of Pennsylvania op- Editor:-As ran charges bare bS ms2tgainst Order. ATTEMPT TO STORM SEBASTOPOH, Petersburg and demands redress. 1Apa. "r :

the 12th article of the na as Port' by a correspondent 'The Fulton Monitor, in tJew of reports I The Russian account in the Inralide, The Pennsylvania Staie IiiIi'Convention JTotLW' '
) Know-Nothing !
: JiGJ$mJ E : III platform the of the &ftKm WBO signs himself ,* I industriously circulated b-1.he'wire-work .REPULSE OF THE ALLIES.1 i (Raas.) says-aiJt men killed and the remainder assembled! Reading Iht
which was manur&tue jfpr era of the Know-Nothing Order to the effect are prisoners. T 4th inat. A despatch says:-the majority
Southern market.The :, would beg ft small space in colamns, to-'repd :GREAT SLAUGHTER I of the convention led by ex-Governor
that Gen. A from confirms that
Quittnaa member of I despatch
T was ft "
i\D Y '
9 J tr"11 1855. them, and show their otter/alsitjr. The writer of '
JohnsonhaTe repudiated the.. ,12th
Philadelphia 2 ws11utkin the soc5etyt appealed to the JFVee:Trader ha officers of the 'boat Lieut. ; nat section
an :. this commnnlemttoB seems to write by authority THE MAMELON RETAKEN' BYrnE of the National Platform adopted at Philadelphia.
and or'iSssisnppuM to state his position.- In Dr. Eastins Mr. Sullivan and all: of the -
InquirerthePitUburgDigpatchCommtrcial and its tone I shoal I .
frea ; *judge that it emanated _
: 4t.P2 I due time the Free Trader replied unhesitatingly EI."J BBta1J'I I crew, except six, are prisoners. An infernal -
t' (.TIfOLlcrCIlURctJ.' ,, Jotrrmal indTTimes, Buck county from the City Council, ,itself and perhaps fiwn it* stating that General ,Quitmanwas 4., m mmmm machine exploded trader the Tnglish A section ha* beta adopted in pbee. 01

I \\i vatbc4u.cni: have been favored Ine:t Lebanon Bo) of'TGor- Chief. 'If so air, and tbmt individaal was so..-! not; a' Know-Nothing, and does not Illness of the'BapeMrVapoIeenl steamers Merlin and Firefly,'off Cronstadt the 12th, declaring in favor of the re-eoact.

wtl'."I \t of two priests''Rer.. J. Barry ristowst Herald, Easton Gettysburg bus to peribra Us official dnties, why. Instead of: countenance that organization in any manner on the 9th, but did not damage them seriously. meat of the Missouri Compromise and opposing -
1 Whi first aatiDr these charges known to me "tnrongha I GREAT EXCITEMENT IN ENGLAND. the admission of'any more 'start"
form .
a 4 Kriiyqjfcjuho,win officiate to-morrow, Star, Lancaster fFfo> \ Record or whatcverSind that-"to join -
t Cbeste newpaper after raj dismissal,did k* aol etifij i it LwttWoe the.latt.actiof hi l'THIS / ."- Prince Gortscnakoff b appointed resident State north of the Compromise. .
tttmtt'G o'clock AI. *nd preach York: Republican, Jnniatti. Sentinel, me to appear before the Council tbat I aright snstain .1 STATIMENT the Free "Trader :FRANCE c4LIi A NEir.LOAKHAUTAX Russian Minister at Vienna} )L. Titoff line.

"'t .J ; ., tbeIatter. will celebrate -I Bcllefonte Whig, Carbondale, Transcript, my character. I could not.ucici In retaining ; i 'of the 15th 6T Jane, ,saja iuGis. QCITMAN HAS '- to Wurtemberg; and M.,.Yonten to Han. The new section was adopted by .a vote-

High, Mass at o'clock A. M., and Uo Harrisbttrg tho. office. Bat I'I'prcsvm air, he cared not SUN AMD APPROVED.!'.Jo the issue of the ,N. S, Thursday, A.M. over. or 133 to 53. ",

'. -49'c4: 'P.M. Erie 8do.Jemo ,IIn whit become of me or my good name\so'i.bad I Mississippian of the 8th we stated: July 5,1855. ,S' ,Russian influence is very active even in The Eastern delegates stood 73 i !......-

; p ,p f Reg i.Gzte/ Lctr Ciua Meadville Indi the disposal of (be office. This scribling 'ojtdal, ,During G. Quitmak's! recent risit to The royal mail steamship America,Capt. the smallest German C urt&: Thirty Western men,opposed" the platform"
rClearspriBg Kfftsman ,
*' ,**:*,. 18& who'has"tbe presamptkra' think that he burnt : Jackson, his views were sought and .ob- Lang from Liverpool one o'clock on Saturday r The JonrnaL of St.Petersburg publishes as not strong enough. i ,
OTJII :'COU Journal Before adjourning convention
IndJana- True American
t Waz semi-official discussion Count Wa- passed
fc rv j vmdkwg undertakes to hy down tbe role ,lor the tamed by numbers of his friends from every the on
AIr anticipated eomequandam Dcmrhd iiton afternoon, the 23d alt, arrived at of 23d. a resolution calling another National Convention.to -
: ,' Reporter, Washington' Cmno disposal of oOce tobe'tbatitis nc4.cnstoonary part of theState., .With characteristic ewtki's French circular May "

: l. have abandoned' time-hon- wealth, CarlUle Herald, the 'Per Fr to notify incumbent of an office Hat ht it about I rankness be does not hesitate to denounCein this port yesterday -afternoon, and sailed I The Journal also semiofficially, says January assemble in Cincinnati the 'on the
"art unmeasured terms the 'Dark Lantern shortly after for Boston wbere she will be I that is possible if France and Eng 8th of to act on Philadehjhli
: eritI T principles of the Democratic party, Butler American, all come out to It removed, but"Aat kit$trilcfi. ,longer peace Platform. Ten delegates seceded frvm.tiia

and gone orerto, the old Allan and Sedition "flatfooted a against the platform and its slavery )& ." This may be the rate adopted by the I! Organization, its principles and its aims.- due at an early hour on Friday morning, land are willing, inasmuch as the fourth set convention.
I is not formally
present Council. If so, allow to tbat they lIe openly characterises charge which I The Vanderbilt point morally, although
me steamer North Star of the
(( say ( Governor Gardiner of Massachusetts
",,alias'Know-Nothing party, not plank. The following from the Butler have in tbe iiis been circulated to the injury of his rolitical .. tied and other points-namely, the navigation ;
displayed more proficiency becoming
able to stand the wholesome truthswcnavVboenshowering American will and line,) arrived at Havre on the 20th of the Danube and the evacuation has written Governor Johnson a letter
being give our readers an idea art of digporinf of t\4 rpoilt, than they havein personal integrity, that he sym i urging Pennsylvania join the East

upon them, with of the manner inwhkh: th platform is received any thing else notwithstanding their professed pathises with the new party of proscriptionand i alt. of tbe Principalities Vienna are also settled-be leaving A number of delegates have; ""aoweter;
third to arranged -
: \!be tope of conWncing! piem of their error. by the of Pennsylvania contempt of office. Bat it is not true that this is intolerance, as an UNMITIGATED FAUX-! ,The steamer Hermann from Bremen, only. the point organized a>tatc Council on the Philadelphia
Know-"olbing HOOD by whomsoever uttered. Will the
haw_rdcrcd: their names to be utrklenftjia M\Vc have heard but one expression are made against an incumbent of an office, the given; currency to the slander papers do him the port on the 20th alt., for New York, having were cholera:pre & The Sardinians great excitement f

b all in universal CUitom is,to notifiy m of those charges to recall it." on board two hundred and fifty are suffering,''and Gen. Marmora,
;subscription list. Some of them among parties relation to the adoption justice passengers The Liquor Law Ia .New YorkA
of the platform in the Convention lint he may have an opportunity of defending The Natchez Courier with .its usual and three hundred and the younger, is dead.
f I'.ri ibeen: honorable cnongfi to pay up) at himself.. I know that when there bAa been propensity some fifty New York letter of the 5th, .sajs::
al deal Hall Pacha remains in office. A national -
and that of to in, quibbles and evasions
The. ( tons of Law there
their i ,[subscription toti time of the dis- Philadclpbia eltcmlt cargo. Talking of the Liquor was BO
change of administration and the En-
If race & dough ba yet represcntativei -. one political party tempts to discredit,what is above published monument is to be erected to whatevereither in Brooklyn ia
&,' but: others have.had the insufferable' and kt them stand or lie as. has been beatea by another, it is considered as a ; but at last concludes with the ful- TilE SIEGE Or SEBASTOPOL. gush; dead at Scutari. attempt this to enforce, it yesterday and or today
I matter of course that the friends of the defeated virtual admission Lord. Raglan's despatch and the newspaper city,
me DQts to plead the statute monument shame to be pointed at by lowing of what it would GZEAT&YTAiN. so far as I can ascertain there are,
IT I finger or ineffable disgust. Thank party must make way for the friends of the successful have the world believe it professes to deny : correspondence are to hand describing '
and'rcfuSB to pay for tho paper after raring I The steamer Hermann carried oat intel- just as many porter-bouses open and nn'
Heaven, we can to a goodly of, one. But sir, if I was removed on political "We beg not to be misunderstood wk the of the Mamelon '
i taken U a because they did not pint array gallant capture and ligence of the presentation to Parliamentof appear to be imbibing about as freely ai
year, free and representatives from grounds, why did they not, say so, and not bids intend to convey.no impression whatever the the of Roebuck's Committee.- the law has
State The details
Quarries. are highly interesting report ever. Everybody says gone
order it in the firs instance. The latter
\ themselves behind tbe and thai Gen.
this their hypocritical lying Quitman the
standing JmEaiM.luwith
6ction, upon integrity admits that the'.ufter. has
( The report merely into operation but nobody seen it opcrate. -
elssref gentry. the Democratic party aswell yet not contest again to bow the knee of pretense that kert vrere charge*agaimt m*. They American party, it affiliated',with them ,but the main facts have been already !- ings of the army have been aggravated by Truea, Mr. Smith-keepvr of a saloon -

as this piper can well afford to loose. and lick the hand so used to smite. had no political grounds against me. They knew or act, with them; but we do not intend stated with general correctness. incompetency home. Since then there in Howard street,'was arrested yesterday .

A*Jfor ourself we'thank them heartily for Only one State has dended in her re that I was not appointed by any party,but by men most positively to deny that he denounce DEFEAT OF THE ALLIES-TERRIBLE has been considerable excitement,created ; and brought before the Marine Court

pr5tth'e. to the the voices belonging,to both political parties as they then them their principles or aims." 8LAUCUTEA1 1 by Mr. Roebuck, in consequence of his report today, 'to answer the charge of selling ;,a
\ stopping the,fraud when they did, as weTjfretdme tens of her citizens unite stood. They knew also,that I bad nothing to do The amount of it, then, according to the being over-ruled by other members of class of branday and water but his counsel
Allies have
f they oever'Intended to pay for the In derision and disgust at such baseness. with any of the elections in the\city, and was Courier'1 own statement is that General The made an unsuccessful the committee, they having given notice ofa denying' jurisdiction of the Court and

jmpcr, andj therefore, we have lost nothing, New*York will never endorse her Mallory, therefore not the opponent of the present CounciLI Quitman does'not "sympathise" with the' attempt to storm SebastopoL The most vote of censure on the government so interposing infinitude, of other technical1

T>ut "med; ,:'s(We wilt\, save our copies toI : ,'cr he to shriek his contempt frdomt.m [ was tendered the appointment by the former \now-Nothings, is not affiliated with them, sinister rumors prevail in regard to the worded as to embrace the grievances of all objections, the case was postponed.,

: be distributed, when they will be of more he were as hoarse as a ballad singer. Council, (without its being solicited on my part,) and does not act with them. This is sufficient transaction. By some accounts the Eng- sections of the opposition-namely, that The understanding at the Mayor's Office

'The attempt to choke off the slavery because they thought me competent to perform the to nail the calumny to the counter loss is set down atfour thousand but Parliament deeply lamenting the sufferingsof is that a test case will be brouget before

*trvtce. .* question failed {Ignominiously, as it ought duties, and desired the quarantine ground to be that he is a member of the subterranean men. the army during the winter's campaign tbe Courts in the course of a day ort, ,,
There'afe"lncr citizens howwhowarmly Honorable men of the South scoffed Order and intends co-operating with it.- the report is believed to be much exagger with the
patriotic located as far down-lbe river as possible. At the I. in the Crimea and co-inciding report and by the decision aa to the constitptioh-

.e.rE : approving the firm idea of asking the North t endorse thedelegation time it was thought an accommodation to the. Hut we go father. We repeated what we ated. of the Sevastopol Committee, that the ality of the law,there and then the enforcement

I .we have Uken against the party ofJreijgions of the Missor Compromise citizens of the Town for me to take the appoint : first stated on the information of a numberof The'following are the only official notifications conduct of Administration was the of the ordinance will stand or &IL -.
: .L line and denounced while Gentlemen of the first in the '
repute of the calamities visits
outrage chief hereby execute"
; meat, as it kept disease at a distance, and it was of the event:- causes Meanwhile the failure' to on the
i said 'political proscription, have thc.poor tools of New York met'only with not thought to be profitable. State, who sought his opinions and whoso with its severest reprehension every member 5th as well as tbe 4th is universally accept

generously"come: '''forward to our aid andmoWthWcompensate unmeasured contempt from those whom testimony will sustain us in what we ,assert "Lord Panmure regrets to have to announce of the Cabinet, which It'd to the cause ed aa an indication of the disinclination i>f
As the
they bad striven to a well from puWic may not hare decided this matter that Gen. Quitman, while in Jackson that he has received information
I us for our losses.- serve, ? a ?such disastrous results. the Mayor of the city to have any thing to
like the
the friends liberty and Northern rights. against me, Council,without a hearing, I during the sitting of the Democratic Con- that the English troops attacked the Re The debate on administrative reform, after dowithit. '
ffe jgivt bel w ,aa,,extract of a letteritad tliall now answer these which Mr."Qaem" .
The issue is now fairly made. Milk and complaiiUt vention, did express in terms of unqualified dan and the French the Mabkoff towers repeated adjournments has ended in the A good joke is told"at the ;expence of
I genticmaB)whose naui we would watn will D longer do." says were made against me. The first is, condemnation, bis opposition to the unanimous passing of Sir Bullwer Lytton's Mayor Hall, .of Brooklyn. His honor bad
jWpvettd bat withhold I it Lis that lam notareyvlarly edtlC4 fl pAyiciaTbat Know-. othiDg Organization its aims and at day-light, on the morning of the 18th.
J to-give, we u With mass such evidence as this resolution-that the House of Commons given out that he intended to enforce"the
: o is a falsehood sir I I hare my diploma, as I can principles and that he did indignantly brand without the success which has hitherto attended *
earlSat of
iettcrwu not ivttnded; for pubic tion. daily before; them the reckless Know-Noth recommends to tbe attention law at all hazards on the 4th. His first
Bat 'bave met'with lonses and prove by several gentlemen la your Town who is a falsehood (using a still stronger word,) our efforts. Both the, French and Ministers, the necessity of a careful revision official act on the morning of that day was
we eoow ling press bare th hrh te call the resolves hare seen it. It is now on file in Tallahassee, the report that he was a member of the ourselves have suffered considerably. The of the various official establishments to review the military; and the occasionwas

.liavo.. been proscribed because we have exercised adopted by a portion of the late where it was sent to secure my pay as assistant Order. The Southern Sun, referring to the of the officers who have fallen will with a view to simplify and facilitate the one offering an excellent opportunityto

the constitntional right of freedom Philadelphia Convention the platof Surgeon in the State troops, called out in 1849. same subject, says : names transaction of public business, and by instituting do what Le promised-the 'soldiers,'as

of the Press," and it rests with the their party. The mass of N'ation KnowNothings I received my pay after duo examination of the "It was mooted ou the streets of Jack- be forwarded immediately, but it will be judicious tests of ment as well as they filed past the Mayor taking'out a

:friends or our'cause,b Whigs and DointIo and this document. I hare also been in tbe United States son that he (Gen. Qaitman) had taken impossible to receive complete returns of by removing obstructions to its fair promotion whiskey bottle an d taking horn,right under -

; determine repudate spit upon platform.Let service 88 assistant Surgeon, whilst stationed at stock in"Sam's"establishment. Of course all casualties before the 30th iust, (June) and by legitimate rewards to secureto his eyes! People who wanted to see
jt whether we shall be the South remember this fact. Fort Mellon) in 1849 I bad no one that knew the man credenceto avail-
a great many cases of gave at the earliest." the service of the State the I largest whether the policu.would be called uponto
I ".!acriBcedor not We leave the matter in.tbeirabnds sickness,and did not loose one. I bare not hid a report so slanderous to him as an honest able proportion of the energy and intelli- arrest the military, it i is needless to add. ,
with. every'confidence of ec.Ewroa tFrm the Albany Atlas.] my diploma recorded in Clerksoffice, becauseI high-minded American,and a firm, con The Moniteur announces that the gov- gence for which the people of the countryare went away disappointed !
ernment has received two despatches from
sistent and unwavering Democrat who had
have never attempted and did not intend to distinguished. ,
-nit". The Crusade Intending- on the
lor .' Methodists.As.ut practice fur the public. I will say more sir; I was rather be right than President. Gen. Pcllissicr. The first dated the 17th, Sir John Paul Wrn. Strachan and Robt. A Menster Wedding Party.

t I or nit FLORIDA Knsif a practicing physician in the United "lie was asked however, as to the truth informs of operations concerted between 3!. Bates partners of the Banking House The Richmond Dispatch contains .what
I **. ".' ., ., We hare noticed the movements of the States, (not the general and his allies and that the ,
**t{ Know Nothings uf New Jersey against the in Florida,) Ufcre the present incumbent was falsity of charge. IN OCR PRESENCE. of Strachan, Paul & Co..London,have been seemed to be fabulous. account of what
[ am well pleased with.1or.I&pettakel the bold course which The old soldier raised himself to his full Turks and Chasseurs made a reconnoisance
l ; Methodists, and the public meeting held in born. The next charge is "that when I was appointed up towards Aitodar General Bosquet arrested on the charge of disposing of the would be a monster wedding,which; it was
indcfcDdidgDemocraticprin. height. his flashing fire and with determined occdpy- .
eyes securities entrusted to their charge.Mr.
1; ciples and a- Brpcblican form of gorermncnt, In NeW York to denounce them. It appeals I promised to build a hospital" at Dames'J'oint emphasis, pronounced it a falsehood ing the Tchernaya. The next day, at daybreak Buchanan received: the degree of stated, would soon,take place at the St
; that Mr. Graves is out in a volume having which I bad not done. I
//TpoMtiaa* 'the secret nsnr-headod despot; a promised to a lie; and said he, 'shov me the the French and English were to At- Doctor of canon law from the university of Nicholas Hotel in New York. The Herald"however
tIle called "The Iron accommodations for ,
provide tbe sick which I
same object might tack the Malakoff The
tower. second
Aercf'oNlfwUl be a plenenre to mo if you vill' dastard that circulated it, I vill skin him des- Oxford, as also did Chief Justice Robinson, the account is substantiallycorrect
Wheel, on Republicanism Backward, and detain, and have done so. I bad provided ample patch dated the 18th announces that the says
alive:1 ,
.7Mmi down u ono of your tubecribew, and when of Canada. Sir Charles Lyell!, Alfred Ten-
'creed. A writer in theCortland and adds
Christianity comfortable accommodations for all that were attack had failed, -and that although the :
.yoa cammeoco' sending our ppcr, I will send Democrat quotes some specimens likely to be thrown hands and had showed the nyson, Delacy Evans, Monckton Mills etc. The who is J nisjana
upon my none crr The Stampede lu Tenueuee. troops greatest ardor, and have awarded bridegroom, a sugar -
.u11 fo I The admirality 16,000
'jr. 1', j' a jcar.SOCJTri of the vindictive work : had cause to complain. bad gained a footing in the Malakoff tower planter, named )Mitchell and reported
The trick of Know-nothingism is now the salvors of the ship James Cbcston.FRANCE.
"j' :. *'Methodism cannot be justly called a Charge third is, "that I continued to visit vessels understood and General Pellissier was obliged to order to be very wealthy, is now en route, for
AMERICA COTTOX.Behave church of Christ.' 'Methodism a human thoroughly properlyappre- their retirement into the New two handrvd
and exact fees after the quarantine was removed, ciated by tbe democracy of Tennessee..__ paralleL This York accompanied by ,
I. i : received through John Holmes, invention-is the granddaughter oi Rome- I hare never beard, nor do I believe that the There arc now few belonging to was effected with order, and without molestation !- The Senate and Legislature are convoked pairs of young ladies and gentlemen. who

i ,t: i of New York, a package from Gen the grandchild of the man of sin, and son quarantine or tttfdt ever baa been remorcd. 1 I the lodges in that State persons who were original by the enemy. for July 2J, to negotiate a new loan of a are to take part in the wedding excrci .-?'

-Pcadcn, U.'E' Resident Minlbter at Buenos perdition ; the church cannot fellowship am aware that after the abatement of the epidemic ly members of the democratic and Private accounts, published ia the Lor- hundred or a hundred and fifty million dollar On their arrival they are to put up at,the

; ; it. ''The first chapter of the. Discipline i it; Savannah and Charleston last fall, the quarantine as for the old-line whigs they party don Standard, say the loss of the Br.tish: *. St. Nicholas Hotel, the exclusive, use of "

'Ayrcs containing samples of Cotton with wholly untrue. 'Methodism without ether on the steamboats was removed,and bare net the Know-nothing organization, repudiate with officers in killed and wounded amounts to Louis Napoleon has been ill for two days which has been hired for the occasion Lr

i sVcd. g owA' In. that portion South America. altar of diYinity-it members are prec- since molested them. If I have infringed any scorn and contempt. The reader will no less than 70. Amongst the killed are but has recovered.; the sum of two thousand dollars per day,

.' era all UDCnfrte. 'Methodism regulations it was because I was not notified of its from tho subjoined letter that perceive the Gen. Sir Colin Campbell. C01.Yea and Col.! The French funds fell two per centen the festivities to coatinue four dajs. The
cry of &c. The doctrine of Shadforth. From bride is understood to be daughter.of
obstinacy and courage the announcement of his illness.
exisUncc. "order" is in about
AThe is schedule of the as flourishing a condi-
following a con- the power of the keys held by the Methodist ) with i which the combat maintained_ The Countess of Lavalette died at Parison Judge Concklin, formerly Judge of !,{bo
The next reason given for removal tion in Tenncsseeias it is in the old Dominion
applies to
the my -
'IcatB of package, which we shall bejtexLbt clergy in common with the lop''l'birty by the imtisn at tbe Kenan, and the neces- the 18th.Nineteen Northern District of New York,.but more
the location of the a'.i I :
'1 ito or distributed untruths taught in the of quarantine ground, not to enventually from the Hosears coort-ourtiaDed recently appointed Minister to Mexico and
,. p r among bptsm myself individually. It is said that the location : TO THE PUBLIC. alLy retiring attack were ,
jliis_fricuda rthsy having keD sent for thatIparpoee.1 one iDfat'"Manry at Dames' Point was injurious to the Commerce of LEWISBURC, MARSHALL COUNTY the slaughter on all sides has been at Rouen lately for mutiny and two are whose successor to tbe first named post is.
has far
cqua-"c superior June immense and if the information be correct, sentenced to be shot. Judge Hall formerly Postmaster-Gcner-.
21 855.
claims than the title the river, as a vessel dropping her anchor there Tennessee } aL
asume the loss m killed and wounded of the Brit
liable to be detained The undersigned, citizens of Lewisburgand SPAIN. -
4 LSam4eofcottton (last picking) from and demand the and considerationof was an entire tide. Everybody '
ish alone amounts ,to very little short of foe marriage eercmoiKea are ,lo take
'JEntrc\.Rids, a church of rgr'It is : society, seton knows that the Captains of vessels are never its vicinity, take occasion to state to 4,000. The greatest portion of the loss The disturbance at Santiago bate been. place at the St. Nicholas, and we under-
.' foot by a man not professing the slightest satisfied with the health regulations of Port, the public that we were induced by invidious suppressed. We bare no reliable statement stand that thousand invitations '
; any two
i Sample of cotton (better Duality) from to the was experienced in a ravine, where & pow- hare
persuasion join "know-nothing the of the Carlist
Whatis and I had that respecting progress
conformity to the word of Go' supposed your City Ordinances erful and unexpected battery was opened already been issued. The religious rites
Entire Rios.S. Among othes devices
such but antagonistic were passed for the benefit and safety of the citizens we in O Kussia b eo.pededhe be and he
.society a great on the troops. There is reason &b feu: are to most imposing, ,( attending
informed that there
; .< Sample; of'wild cotton i htbafi, from institution to the church set. up of Jacksonville, and not to appease tbe were the order that. interfered with was nothing in that the loss has been very great but Lord i insator.3lr.Dodgehar1bad_ festivities are to be on a scale of the most

: Xfimp6'on; ibe'Panguay, i in the territory by the God of Heaven ?'' grumbling propensities of Captains. But this ples and that its and our princi- Palmerston said last night no additional Ms first interview profuse magnificence and will inlude ball,
Bruit l The Methodist system is death to all statement is not true., They were not any more to advance, sound and conservative tendency princi-was information had arrived. The allies lost with the Minister of Foreign affairs and fancy, dress and masquerade private, concerts -

T o 'Sample.from! Paraguay, ntarAsccnaon the institutions for .whic Washingtonfought liable to this detention at Dames' Point, than anywhere ples, and to put down demogogism. A terribly by the Russians springing a mine, friendly Lord Howden remarks left were Madrid exchanged.on the 21st. and dinners and suppers ,the. ,most"
the Methodist
and freemen -
the clue, and in (point of) fact, were not subJected fair trial has satisfied us that no man who and during the confusion they recapturedthe recherche.
< picked durinb rainysnson.
; preachers in this country were tones; to such detention. Again sir, I hare the MamcTon tower. HOLLAND.
claims to be a feeeman can be a know-noth- Cen. Case not.a KBOW :NoU1IJ1f.
.. a. 3.'Sample,from Provence of,Santa Fe. and yet lie says again Methodism is onlythtge(1t authority of the officers of the Coast Surrey for ing without a.surrender of his rights and Previous advices were to the 17th, stating Extra estimates are voted for the reorganization Other having copied the statement

e f S: SttBpIefrom I O&rMocuelcagnenorth the merest years oU. The Methodists'are wired laying that the anchorage ground at that point is privileges; that it is at war with the spirit that there had been smart firing on of the navy.: of the New papers York Herald that Gen. fti*
:ofCorricntcs. puppets ever or much better than it is at the quarantine and both sides, but without any result of im
.. worked by Oh present republicanism, virtually destroys the SWITZERLAND. had approved the platform of tbe majority
.tratcm. my country ground. At the former the bottom is ofthe ballothox." portance.A .
Sample of cotton caught by froet composed "power in the late Philadelphia Know Nothing -
how much for thy liberties The opening of the Federal Assembly' Is party
i fead of a 'mirtur 'ot clay and sand, and has rocks We have withdrawn from the despatch from Bucharest, via Vienna, .
no therefore Convention the W&hiDgto Union
.t ,
t from.Bella! ast& from theee 'The Methodism of the Discipline confirms that has been fixed for July 2d. :
and anchors, bold well without danger of loss association and earnestly warm our friends an expedition undertaken '
any It was hardly to ,that
in says necessary 8:1Y
is a naked clerical despotism and
rro of
-'Iti&mJs1 ne.I league east Cor- ,
Pelissier is ITALT.
itself and the fromof whereas at the latter, the bottom is rocky with Rgahifct being caughtin snare so dangerous against Perekop. this statement is williout i und'a ,.confined
; :Hen tea from reddish earth. enc Popery to civil and exceedingly savage against the telegraphic The Marquis Azeglia baa been sent on
'A Methodist many deep holes in them, in which anchors bare religious liberty. Many of as is at first wato? the Herald alone;
", I JJ.7Sn: >ple from six leagues South of Popr-uuitim. not ft church.' 10'I frequently been lost us hare been denounced for our withdrawal messages Napoleon sends him. He is reported a special mission from Sardinia to London. bat now that it has been copied.into Bother

p I Buenos Ayrcs; raised on' cultivated soil ofcli7'sid cey I inqwisiLon it ANTI-CHRIST. So much for these graTe charges,that were made but we care not for it. We intend to to have recently replied that when .n Austrian despatch, dated the 12th papers, and is reiterated by the Ikrald it

limo. The pronounce are 'circuit-riders,' known to a. man alter(be was condemned and freemen, and to do our duty as such. anything occurs he will let the Emperor proposed to Prussia, that Prussia and Austria may be necessary to give it an ,unquahjiedcontradiction. !
know tbat he has
I'r&hcr 'tyrnt' but not time
'hypocrites and deceiv executed. But sir"'I do not believe that these James F. Yowell, John M. Laws, act as a should come to an understanding as toa Gen. Cass ne'rer'felLzxiore;' ,
1OCotwn gathered .in,the Provence of 'scnda mongers. telegraph operator. This, according to rumor common course conduct to.be.adopted
complaints bad the slightest effect in procuringmy James J. Murray, W. A. Jackson, warmly attached to> the democratic party,
.; r J ,peer, Conception.SlpilCcant.. But the writer does not stop here. Other dismissal and the removal of the quarantine George CollinsW.. J. Blackmore, accounts in the Mon for iteur.the recent absence of by the two powers in their communications or more thoroughly convinced cOts necessity -

denominations[ come in for a share of. his ground. No. The true and only cause was, that J. E. Yowell, S. G. Alston, news in the diet at Frankfurt. to the perpetuity,of our institution i ?,

$ proscription. lie says "tii'w woman (Popery I first drew the breath of life in Foreign Country R. A. Fra1ey, J. H. Hill, THE BLACK SEA. DEXMARX. than at the present day.",Like many others

4 j) In the lata election \n Louisiana; for ) is called the mother of harlots and That I was born in that Country that gave to Elisha Collins, W. M. Jackson, The Russian acceunt of the successes'of The Spanish Diet is dissolved. Deluce indeed, like all democrats-General Cass

:fjhicf :Justice of' the Supreme Court, the abominations. Who are the daughters America her STECII to teach Military Tactics to R. M. Harvill, W. C. Squires,' tho Allies'in the Sea of Azoffis published. forbids enlistments for foreign, service under may have seen and spoken of the factpiat

VOW?Vibe Parish of the The Lutheran the Presbyterian and the the Armies of-Washingtoi and her DsKALB to.. James M. Payne, Thos. N. &wden, Gortschakoff confirms the successes claimed penalty of.eight imprisonment. the convention ,at Philadelphia jeoulif tod
Baton Rouge
Fpiscopalian churches are all branches o fight her battles of the Revolution, and care, with W. R. Phillips John. G. Coggin, by the Allies but says that operations no ground upon which to base even 4.jprc

rJace of residence of.Gen. Taylor, was fort the (Roman) Catholic. &e. "Are not the sacrifice of big own life the American at Sam. Armstrong. S. D. Cunningham, against the Sea of Azoff were expected... AUSTRIA. tence of nationality, except the principle

Dam: n& EIgeell5, andJU rridb 55Tte these denominated 'harlots and abomina Caroden. Under the old Whig and Democratic army A. J. Call Thos.:Brooks, that not having means to oppose the hostile The Austrian army is being disbanded. embraced in .the Nebraska bill-a cjrcuiu-

: i latter 'was, the KDD1r.No'.hing'candi- tions' in the above passage t I to decide. rule,the necessities of the country did not require Buck Collins, Willis Kerr, fleets, the garrisons had orders to blow The reduction is great and rapid. stance that has been,the subject of.':general
"" I could not with the stake before me decide Ilardin Kerr, N. Renflow, the batteries, and retire-that the grain Latest News. and forcible comment .on, the part .'oC out
: date, and got only 35 out of 354 votes in that a poor old man like myself should be proscribed up ,
democratic friends in all of the. coon-
and A. M_ parts
otherwise. "Presbyterians Episcopalians and vilified however his attach- stores burned by the Allies were mostly LoNDON 11-50 Marseilq?.Friday I
the Parish, It seems that Old Rough and' ; compose a part of Babylon." "They menU to the country and its strong institutions. To Money ACalrs. private property, and do not materially affect night. ,The English steamer Astroloque, I try. But that General Cass should,favor

-BeadT'left.DO seeds behind ,him for theprotoaettioaof hold the distinctive principles ot Papacyin 'alone We note a continued, and rather an increasing the supply of the army-Inasmuch,an- has arrived. bring news'from ConstantinopIe ft platform which ia to ect kno purpose
it would matter little for i it
myself perhaps ,
Know-Notiungism.' : common with Papists." The spirit, of' laD ease in' the money market. The ticipating such, an attack, supplies were to the 16th June., There has been a'' but the destruction of..the democratic party -

.d' r' ,, religious intolerance, once loosed, never needs be, being exile any bow, I c/ild travel demand for business :purposes, as usual at mostly conveyed by land, notwithstandingthe slight engagement Eupatoria since the and which, [in the free,States-E&1 at
and at l find who would
->*r4c > sates of Its victims. It is all devouring on, perhaps length a people, this season of the year trade of all kinks facilities offered by Sea. 12th of June. The Russians attacked unsuccessfully the belt is but ft shield for a new abolition
iTHinocratlc lOctory lu Illinois. allow me to spend the remnant of my days amongst intrigue is a .wicked*absurdity Wjftl
and inapruable.z. being partially suspended has materially The correspondence relates the horrible the batteries of the besiegers.The ,
Ia ,the recent''election for judge and them, without looking upon me with jealousy and authorized to that there,ist not a'word
lessenedj, and capital is consequently ac- atrocities, pcrpctratedy by the French,and general loss in the taking of the say '
elerk of-the wpreme court Illinois for 37 Some of the Indiana who have suspicion. But I hare family. Twenty-six year cumulating. Good investments are therefore Turks at the capture Kertsch., A boat Mamelon,and the'quarries is 4,000 men- of truth in the. ttatsiinent., *V. *

t hp second division of that State, embrac- been committing depredation in' Taxas, ago I married in the State of Virginia a daughter. eagerly sought after. Our banks deposits expedition is rumored to be, preparing to Wheat is declining at.Marseilles. It is about as true as the.. fatlthatJudge *
Lig.twmtj-nine counties of that glorious old Commonwealth. I hare children continue to augment, while all good enter the river Don, but the Russians have Second'Despatch. Douglas was a know-nothing Vora3

among the most having been followed and killed, turned who are all fW ir. lorn Georgians and business paper is freely negotiated by these the entrance 'fended by twenty- even The conflict before Sevastopol 1 was most that which,:originated, in ,Liverpool. >that'

pcpulous.in State, Oniu C. Skinner, of out to bo white men painted to look like }Floridians. I owe them and fair t, If DOt institutions.The gun boats. Another account C,000:. Buchanan was similarly.inclined *ora\iaat

Qdincy, was'the democratic candidat for savages. One of them, having been taken mine, a duty, and with Gods blessing I mean to exports of specie to Europe, and General Adujanon, vice Helman of the allies sanguinary.were slain, including over says 90 officers. which constitutes .tho pretext for a, daily

judje. and'lIr. Turkey. for c1erk.and Stcph- prisoner, confessed there was in the mo'in- perform that duty in spite of the slanders And elsewhere, are generally diminishing, whilst Cossacks' the Don, has issued an addressor They,were completely driven back, and the lie in the New York' papers tbat.onelof the
: d'4)gn of Springfield, thtknow-noth- teen proscription of this new party called Know Noth- we note an increasing supply from Califor- their general enrolment as militia battlefied left.literally' strewn with dead members of the cabinetofPreshfentX'iece.
of hundred who have
1 ng/nj4,abolitionist candidate tains a party one l i.ngs. 1 mean, if permitted, to raise them up; nia. Recent advice from the other, side, ASIA. and wounded. The Russians had a decided belongs to the order. The whole,batch]is
1 for judge, committing outrages on the frontier, all of respectable! and honest men,and good citizens, though apparently unfavorable in a political made out of whota! cloth, 'without,even, asurmise
The Russian forces have advanced and advantage, fighting desperately, and.losing '
f and Mr.. Cornedu (or clerk. The result which have been charged upon the Indians. attack to the principles of the American Con point of view, leave financial affairs in Redoubt Kale. The Turks heavily men and'officers. to redeem it. ". .. ./;}

$ I'' .!hows'; democTtrfic majority varying but ItituUo' au4 firm defenders of the.rights of'their! London "comparatively euy. Consols encamped near The Union seems to be of the, opinion
Batoum Chouronk
have evacuated and So. The Czar is now impressed with thee
I\\ Citls CPOVBV ten thousand sole*, and ft defeat JCS"General Wilson whose conscience native Statoa. Can' the correspondent of the have considerably declined, under somewhat Rassif Pacha has advanced with his staff. lief that he can dictate terms of,peace. It that make the.It daily the publication ks.a lie-In of, a lie the/dpcjot!words >
adverse from the Crimea o
.. teethe Wldnigbt plotters against civil and is sorely troubled on the question of slavery EfpubUca.il, or'any of your city Council promise ndicatinga partial intelligence of the Allied, to Kara.' A despatch from Varna, dated was designed upon the part of the Russians that"a lio any well stuck ,tot* not ugqqt. :\ .**

I reKglosw (bttdern obsolately oTerwbelmlng makes his living by selling brograne: to more. If they accomplish as mnC'b,they wil Power. reverse, June 17th, which was retarded on the way, to follow up their victory and push the en- the truth." ."
; disappoint some of their acqualotaDcee.DIaL the Russians had made to
ItUPUt'justto'ftdd that the old the southern slaves. Alabama this Bullion is abundant says an unsuccessful emy extremes.
many of Argus.JCSTThe Notwithstanding
'c '. enough sir I am DO politician, and never attack on' Kars and it was reported Intense excitement'prevails throughout Labor Saving, Boapi. '
*. Henrjr.C&fwhtgs': \ proved themselves base Lankered after the flesh-pots and if I may bs in tho Bank of EnglU1d-accummula- they had retaken Anapa. and France. Recruits r'
England ,
Vtl kpti Mobile, Tribune the 19th allowed to 'prosecute peaoetbjy." and the tiDg-and rates of discount easy. Another were being The, wife'of American agrictutomi
free of resp
; fcq4 ud Its ,insti- The Austrian commander has proclaimed raised in all direction. ,
Is shall ask. baa been experimenting and fi9da
rewards of an honest industry,it all I French loan was proposed the .effect of on soaps
\ tutions'by" Toting' 'democratic! ticket ult. says' that new flour selling there"at I UENRYDALSAY.New which is not estimate ,of serious, moment. martial law hi Moldavia, but the Moldavian ,Austria and Prussia are said now,to, be that the, addition, toreeqWtyrs.of.anoonce ,

throughout The; Tar' 'cntitiod 'to great $5 per'barrel,and confidently predicts that All things considered, the present condition authorities refuse to promulgate the order, more decided in their disposition to join borax to, .pouu4 o(scap;'melted :

I credit for evidence thus furnished *to' their iu three weeks it will be sold for $3 50 per > Orleans Cotton Market. of European affairs, )is hopeful to our ,unless authorized by the Sultan.' \ Russia. in .without boiling, makes a. wvaz'cfooe-

: _.t.rut .. barrel New O&LEANS, July 6. commercial aud"financial prosperity;'Prospects Constantino Balsho. son of the; reigning Large reinforcements had" been sent to' half the.labor ia \washing ijid1improve*

.W.. ) i The New Orleans Cotton market has declined of dim 'and tbe accomplishment prince was killed at Jassy, in a' duel,' by the Crime from St. Petersborgh and else the whiteue.sg.X the fabrics'; besides!: ti e'
are ,
.'I i"f' half t The sales for the week peace the Austrian major Stalberg., ,Tho affair where. &Za.tho
:! Utter float .f The Know-jCothlnrs la a ceo of so desirable .. result, apparently usual coostio effect is, removed
wwi r 'advisedcayt u&lybk. New,Orleans, t amount to 10.000 bales., The receipts have distant. It would now seem that more depends had caused considerable sensation ia ,the Much sickness prevailed amongst the hands are left ,with pecliarly soft and silky

too .il1IfljolLOiaaLei.aJioald mab 80 New OaLEAKs June 2&At the election been 7,800 bales. The decreased receipts upon'the disposition 'of Russia' to principalities.. : allies. feeling leaving nothing more to be desired

t reco/d.oriDSfk; open registered letters by for chief justice of the Supreme Court, at New Orleans Later,from are 214,000 California.bales. opnsumate pacific tyros.than upon the allies THE BALTIC. Another e Russians terrible were battle in high was spirits.anticipated.e .: by the most ambitious'. washerwoman'__-,. \

1 iht :'e(. their OUti.1Qingmo eyOI' held in this city yesterday, Elgce (anti- The Steamship, Fromthuei, with later, and ,there are .faint indications'that Admiral Balnesy 1t a squadron of, eev- Affairs in Spain were unsettled,but without Fleas- Bedbugs -&(. .
Know-Nothing) received, three thousand California has the Czar may, in ,due, ||me :cept terms, entecn steamers has left Kiel for the Baltic. f
r? ; WI ', mV', J apccted or dates from arrived, New \ special;change.- .A'writer, the, ,!Jard-mer'a.ChrqnleJ
four hundred and ..tifteell'ote8, ;&Jd,Mer- somewhat'modified 'heretofore. to proposed The rest x>f the fleet lay off Seeker Island.
I uto A; .AllY1I"Do"='' t JjVaV assertabed thOusand Orleans., ,The accounts from the mining ILLNESS :r TIIC IMPEROB/MAPOLEOS. recommends thft use of:oil'of,wormwood tokeep.
Know received two
if" 6n rick ( Nothing ). "dietnctsare favorable at V/enna/ ". The recent attack on an English boat's off tho insects'above namedPot a
\ ** iosUaees,, two hw.dredand thirty sevenThis We.obse"e'.Lb& is abundant and under of The serious illness .ofthe Emperor 'Napbleoiij'froor -' .
P tr'a The town of Auburn has been destroyed money crew Hango, ft flag truce,causes few drops on a handkerchief'"VKOST,of
: I tWIbttrft a marking the '' t; is fully up to the'Virginia, triumphs by fire., Tho Know Nothings/bare 'carried easy !In all oar.commercial cities -that (he much' excitement)jn. England. _Evidence an attack'of apoplexy' is- fully" .. folded musluvand put iq the bed haunted ,
;. -;.. .1.. :. i.- banks have !arge'depoeitspl' ; ntyof specie rests solely on thelauthority oa negro,the confirmed.!
tbe law rohibi1'rota can
i .to* -iucbjcterj togeth townotj1yjfls.- ,. ..' by the enemy. Neither of these trjbsfl
e. b\df tjoJo I .,:A firfl, In Pbi1adett i >Btaspecially

&tGtel destroyed tb..w&a"Watea.il factory of NIearu.yalkez'g'Ezpe41tl4n.Can. has been materially ,trict d and brought Russian].commander say, -don't.care'damn a>, A3OTUU AXTI.16o.w.N OTIWfQ'y.cto amended travelers o who ajfJutbjji;ta H

t ; U andiroprjUlig* ; ', Messrs Rtedel: .fcLincolo Lbe.teMonle hill, Wtlkerfwno aileafrwtfSftrt Francisco ,within theT! compass "of 'wholezothelhItI.iliti ; fir ft flag of truce. El.-A< tha recent municfpil"election ;in Il'aotgthe topert;of.blcxxl .tol..

psmaE. Wlger.'Methodllt wUh. company t>f amwtmga,,:had management': "Heft'venture "cantiou ., Unprejudiced cnppoeiton' is that the Has.siaos Buffalo, N.-York wlwre;\the'ICnowKoth*

't churchy nut several. othur uUdiBgajoa ,arrived -.1ii aragu&>. ,Ud.: atk 4 Tand ly upon hazardous speculation! "h Yink supposed.the.bna'wu: taking aonh. inn'but'1&(cairiereieI'JLhin J>y'.storm, Y.M.LOW'FETwi i N&\VOaiujJ be
"f '
DThionI2owls-.9s1at Brown.F nirih DUd Appleton street;' Loej ,took possession of a town called' tllAe learned "wisdom 'from past experience.BaUimorfPatriot .- 1n gtw'jrecentlj.wardono atKertch.T they have been defeated bj & clear majority deaths last.wccr&1&lecWdi5bY 1 .

\'LLbeTcio oT7" ,. about 80,000. The country Is very much excited. w.. instt s Adnv.ra. ) Dun-las has comtouatcatea with of 2,500 rotes ? yellow fsverjind; 19-by cioJcra4 ? _



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Religion' : Frceint ne We .; :' "fj.: C ]Pr6posalsTor Live Oak for Six .ivTMrTTiro1T4aLASTS tv.bi4red and eightyexen thousand SQUfhe QQl cpy ., .'' -BE-ADSji'ttk fc*
.\\\..,'\I.'.\ruthd'. U1.tho g I You were there dear reader.. Ton -remember Steam Sloops-of-War. two bandred and forty dollars and fifty .

.t lor *- all ti. circumstance of the ,occasion. sT : OF THEVNITJSTATEI7OSD ? ceati;, I .Jo Y. Oi-1tYpR11T1 oy a I
t.o "be rrpuLatOU sagof'independence. ;| !
.... the utbar' It WAi not now nor.then, Acre' nor If-ATT DxPAjtraKirr .1"3 For repairs and incidental expenses re- L&hcpIIE LOTTKKY.TaVphaaadvaaMir'ii Poeleb7 r f. P.-o". I'i f
dtV'ft ,
.dt1\ ad.... ttsm4of We there; It was neither my wedding nor jour Bareav CoastracUoa, Eq '. .. SESSIONS $" fttUBacd improvements of all the light- dfiirtttf ofthe Souta- xay-:: m .:: _- IX__PearMNM_ _- 1l--_ ;,*__ )tw. Jerk : ,

own ; bat that of some Young friends who Jin.23IB5S. bo iea, and buildings connected therewith eta Military sad Fsrt Oa aec AeaJemy Lotteries, -IOREWARD. -

I ineieivoa ru r>- ef'r'repabliahing had-been drawn by the'cords of lore nd SEALED PROPOSALS for defirering ooe or LAWS'OF THEltOTED:STATES one hundred and forty-two thousand four ,b..fII, rWILLpeythesboeraisdItths ..1

Ihejotloirlns; document ; neither, the prospect* and promise of the future, lire-oak frames of a akiop-oF-war, one hundred and eighty-nine dollars and twenty Tb Lottery _n_:the Ilaraa* plan .T ; ._ .

especially to take each other"for better, for vone to W delivered at each of the nary yards at Pen-1 [Coalitw.trl ",: ) oe cent 'c Q- i p4.esbsit ., 1& was believed to be tkAnoet I Bvtryatary plaea er = tattialyawnvava : ,
l :d i the ten sacola,Korfoa. J.. ,1.141t. e ,", to .11.|bc BMf beaar :
They toad together to take' the oath of Philadelphia New York Boston I \ TcTeaI1 :.ftq\huDClr and forty- ry p4a,8aa UAACwbM l la4tkalk a.y .
ud N. ;rfll be Fur< *'fnj nmxpra u f.taid; Terri aWe ._ .34
&i41 time.require suiy connnenUry. j fealty, and pledged tu'each other a mutual Portsmouth H. received at this lhrt keepers of light-house l and lightedbeseon -. IsaaI* .auaijr .w.k j .
th&tithjust pride bareaa actil the 3d of Sep&e. r. 1S55. : tory. cue thousand fire hundred do'Lrs. 'TW.a"10,000 debts that I an maWredott fallow I,, fest TwiBcbe. bIg. sad!iij-uii 1
d 1', fcrD&rk", J lore andltjC5are until death divide.. The .Thete mart be endorsed s, and their assistants, and including 1 to'ID.COOIaaw Scheme Ibr January,there
proposals JVeposo/i POr coraponwt*I<>a and milean of the a Uml>t..taiBMfeg: ''IJIIIIcI Iff. .
&trcm i caused its authorship I twain were made one after the form'of ho-i far TJrt-OaJc,* and ad Ireaed to UM "Burtou <{fConftritctitn members ofthe (tiSa'UTe' ass rnblj-jOrSccn one thpusan} fwp.hundred Uarii5F,salary I art 473(fun prfcm and approxhaatica yiUe*- da4> U|* whitsaw 1wilLtr. '

,. be' "formally proclaimeS on that stone man law, an they had long been by the ," that they maybe. diatingaisbed clerks \f JrontrentM'pcnai'ufL,the uf enpcrintcndent of suppCc pa the upper make in all SOI prizes? f 100 fur.the 5.tL.011 e*. muhpis* tIItJa '. -

J arls his final resting place as his ,t higher law uf their own hearts. The strongman I from other buinea lettan. The offers must be a lakes; two rtundred arid eighteen thousand Slips of paper.cT exactly tbs same sh, and proof te>eanvktioaCOSX.npected. o_ .
.lclt in in the vigor of his pledges the :for the whole cf one frame, ,estimated at thirty scrablr. twenty Ittousand dollars.For four hundred printed with.number*from 1 to 10 000.correspond.lag v. nJt03CDW j

;.-j.to} love and remembrance ofYhh : best,energies of his being yean to, sustain and thousand cubic feet, and a* required by law,must : expenses "'. talin.tbe. tns.'aUthori2id Forsalories, of dollars. -" with the numbers en tbe tickets, are rolled ap Fort Clark,Aladma.ITa,Jaa*a. g .-1 '
countrymen: be fteeompnoied by a suitable guarantee, the form J by"f iit'section ofctiMajthirtieth : fbrtyj-nioe keeper light- and Inserted ia'null tin tube en* inch lunr, sadaboatooe4oerta '

eilaWithinj Rdigivu Freei defend the trusting woman who offers him 1 of which u herewith giTen. Soreties" in the full one tlwasJind 'e ght hundred and vessels, tweril)'seven thousand abc hun inch in diameter, and are deposited $1.25Per Bushel for Com! 1 '
J4tfrr .
in return the wealth of her unsullied affections. estimated amount will be required to sign the dred andfifty dollars. Ia -ene .heelnar dips om whka an t

.* '-j'. rtjuej inlhe Assembly of f'irrmlaia From all our hearts goes up the involuntary 'contract and aa additional and cuQateral security fif't '-rour, two thousand dollars., For seamen1*"wages, repairs npplies,and printed the amount of the different prises- are 5 000 BnUtS Bur Wltrn 1'tD'r 1

".. '. AebegutitnigofMcf. "God bless yon." Go fifteen per cent will be withheld oa the amount For tbe expcnea* of the electkm of a incidental of also retied WI' and Inserted .ia lit tube aai bat da' toarrtvf to afow S
I prayer light- 't
yearlTh8WeI1&wrethat of each until the is tfelcxate! to thc House' of CrpresaiUtirecof expenses forty-nine each Hteo4 with, *. -- -
.' I delivery contract fully com into soother wa* are .
,,-.t- Almighty God hath cre- try the paths ofj'ife together, rememberingthat /.. In all dclirerie of the timber there most !' the United States;second cession of the vesscLt, one bundled and etghty-aix thousand two pad-locks by u.Ccmsc?; who certify Send in year onlcre. .__', i. ,. -
it is not joys alone that will enter into U due of the difficult eight hundred and alxty-onc. dollar that the nussbers tad all deposited In Jab 1 ,ELLIS LCnnm &
the mind free; that all attempts to I ft proportion most pan.of tbirtjf-tbird ConteU seven bard/ed I dollar. prises wen co. :
cl punishments or the common stock of your life-partnership. the frame aid of the principal pieces; otherwise i and tweuty-three cents. ) the wheel Each CoounissJooer lakes one key of 1

influence it by temporal I To divide the burdens of our human con- there will be withheld such further amount ia addition For cxpcn ea of raising, cleaning paining each wheel, aDd UM wheel cannot opened without MayII DaU: ; J
'..burthens,. vr bv civil incapacitation, tend I I'Du1J dition and to scatter light upon the clouds ta the fifteen per cent as may be judged : Judiciary.,-For Balrics' of the chief rcpairiug. rcmooring and supplying lu srs both an present. When the drawte* takes I 160Hart '- -, .-, .1 I
hab'ts hypocrisy and mean- to the justice <>f tile Supreme Court and eight u- which will be ia the wheels 'an 1m- "GEUDU. "
expedient interest until such I
; to begvt i of each other's eky. is the higher and holler secure public; of buoys and beacons and for chain place public I : .j aPlisterIngiPlala
from the plan! I thousand fire hun day J aumber U .
,"arll1'-.nd are a departure principal pieces and difficult portions shall be delirered. -oateju'gcs. fifty-four beked* and after nvelriag them a i idrawn '
who mission of such as yon are now. God bless The and sinkers for the same, and for coloring the wheel of ambers and at th. -aM Oraameatalx r JBr1
f-th 'Uolr Acthor of our religion remaining eighty-fir per cent or dred d >1 la ra ; anA from_and after the pas. oat of I .
of and mind yet yon, too, sorrowful yet rejoicing mother, other proportion of each bill when approved in I of this the annul salines of the and numbering all the buoys, eighty-nine same tin oaa is drawn oat of the Prize wbael'/ Ja, .
kiD, X*>rd both body while give to another the heart BITC thousand the shoulder the tab fvlMernwr dedrt* again, tacSw UTMrf t1 I
you glad triplicate by the comm&n hot of the yard will be : three hundred and fifty- Yen'dl.. boys with arms bared to -
1chose nst'prtpaate; !u by coercions on which so long has nestled near to yours. paid by such airy agent M the contractor may several justices tf the Supreme C art of lars and. thirty-two cents. is slipped off, aad the aoiaber held np and en to hi*old frUmds aDd t&. paL, fa JJ. .1-

ilher.. at was in his Almighty power to do; name, within thirty days after iU prtsentatioa to the Uxrted: States, shall tc as follows, to For of and roUedtso that the whole audit nee can a.. U-the performance Plata and- ul PUfUrte. ..\

that the. rreuml'tlon.of legislatorsandrulcrTcivti New: War or Mixcixo MEAT.-Cut in him.It wit :- expenses visiting inspecting nmberlatheaeshledef end registered br tie Bricklaying Xo nrj.lc.. Ho wiTh toofaaci jfcr i

as well ecclesiastical, who small dice one pound either raw beef will be stipulated in the contract that It default or the chief justice of the Supreme Court lights and other aid to ravigation two ComabaioMn. The prize drawn i b endued to brick-work and plastering ofbsUp.gmk.s, t ; ,

but fallible and uninspirelme.n"having be made by the parties of the fin>t part in six thousand dollars each. And hereafter thousand dollars. the number drawn at the same time, and so oa till ruwaabb .terms sad plcdrt UotMtrto "_ .
being tliemselve* dominion the mutton, or veal,flesh and(fat in proportion ; delivering the timber named, of the quality and Fot commissions, at two and a half per an the Prizes an drawn out. A copy of the draw- patch la lbs uvevtioa. at-an work Mtnuttd aiar ':
assured over the Supreme -
'* put in the pan two ounces of butter or Sot the time and place provided, then, and ia that the messengers attending centum to such 'superintendents as are entitled ing is then sent to the printers and lifter comparison *. -i-----c .

faith"of others, setting up their own opinion dripping; when hot add the meat, stir it ease, the contractor an,1 his sureties will forfeit Court be allowed the sum of three dollars ; to, the under the to the Commissioners certify to the correctaeai ,T lie hardly! th1nj ItiMe narr'to"eh UIQM to ;

.',' *and model uf tUiaMng M the only true occasionally, and season it with two small and pay to the United States, as liquidated damages per day each during their attendance, commencing the same, proviso of the drawing' These Comm s an sworn whom he U bon my aaanux* a*to CM aaaCtT J j 4 .

aadiialklliUe, and t-fucn endeavoring to teaspoonfuls of salts little spice half one a sum of money equal to twice the amount with the present term of the court act of third! of March, one thousand to perform their duty without rear or favor.It or ILls work. a* fa Out mpectb hal,be tclo ; t

them on o&oU,hath established and of When the, is of the contract price there agreed upon as the and that the marshal ,of the District of I eight hundred and fifty-one, entitled "An win be perceived that ia this plan everyPriie given\0 h1a patrons the mart perfect ta&Qkctk f
impose the pepper. meat just set putin price to be paid in eve of the actual delivery act making appropriations for the civil and b drawn oat and of course some peroimustg.tthem lie rrtpeetfiUIjr solicits a na wal of UM palms. ,. "
false over greatest the out I
n-ligumt Columbia ofnnyinoneyiof
maintained a teaspoonful of flour,half a pint of water thereof which liquidated damages may be'ret"Ot,- pay same diplomatic expenses of government the : ; ttere is one Priie to every 29tickets. aye of hi* "-j." JOmrl. y.j.. '
"' of the .world and through all time ; the United States in his' hands; Um. -
Art I I ; let it simmer twenty minutes, or if ered or retained at any time from the said parties ending June hun : :
thirtieth eighteen
that to.oawpcl a man to furuitsh contribution1 -; tough, a little longer adding a gill more of the first parlor eit.beror them. }'ursalary of the circuit judpc for California year dred and aDd fur other The True an payable 20 days after.the drawing 1'1'SOT. .

*! Eae3'fur the propagation of opinion -' water and serve a little eschalot chivesor The Umber must conform to drawings and instruction I four thousand five hundred dollars fiity-two buried purposes iu rl&Il without any duboont which U not the C. D.OaLt't ? I
; the that be .
Wb1hO4ibc1ieCS. is sinful and tyrannical *. with which he contractor 'wilibe furnished For FalarjeSfifrtbe district-judges, inclusive on amount may by eai ,ia aay other Lottery. .- T .
onions be &ded. If veal .'e.
chopped Int." Building
may them dollars. ]
thousand ,
eight .
and work to moulds and beTellings with I "
; that even the forcing him to sup- lamb or pork the sauce be kept white of the Sciewcy! for the year ending nPIIIS LO1rERrt'set wp on the TUvana JacLonrle, ;74r. ." j ,.
may which be will be Fur the coast of and
las provided from the United States California Oregon, JL- *t "
teacher of hundred and eleven because It is belier-
iwrt thii or that own rcligiiMJsper6uasionis thirtieth June next one plan simple numbers KEEPS
and milk may be used ;if beef or mutton. navy-yard at Philadelphia The whole must be 'h conrtantlj on ku l 1 lf eesot. -.
Washington :
him of the dol ed to b the most easily understood, aa well M the
depriving comfmtaLle six hundred *
thousand sixty-eight
ment cf WATCILHcJ
the sauce ought to be brown and three cut from trees growing within thirty miles of the For oil and other supplies for twentyone most honorable. ,JEWELRY and FAN .
.liberty of giving his contributions of which the CT GOODS, wUJ be of'n for taU
teaspoofuls coloring added the juice ofa eel, commandant of Ute yard will require cheap i I 1
.to the particular pastor whose moral he lemon ;is satisfactory evidence. lars.For salaries of the chief ja!se of the Di
and wlio or a drop vinegar, very good The frame timber be delivered in the form and transportation of the same, .expense J 3T KatcJut.Repaired aad.Wareated '
troutd make his pattern, e powers with It ox kidneys be done the same may triet of Columbia, the assistant judges, CLASS R. 'i ;'
I ; may of and
of timber that keeping lAmps machinery repair
promiscuous tt, sidedjtraight and .
'l feels most persuasive righteousness, and and the judges of the criminal court, and .
: make Take Notice. _
e j I This will with I: '
way. a good curry fair but rough-hewed Uuvmouldidg way,showinga publishing notices to mariners of changesof TO BE DRAWN 13m OF ;ci.r'l8o5, IN run I '
withdrawing from the ministry those the of the orphans' court, eleven! thousand seven aQ persona an hereby notified lAd to* '. I
I addition of half& teaspoonful that foe of two-thirds the siding; the timber need I aids to navigation thirty-eight thousand CITY or MONTGOMERY, That
;.on.lrcW'.ros whicli, ding fruman articls. not be bevelled but must be of sufficient site to hundred dol1.1fS.r formerly eiUtinj bet.eea T. J. -I

are tn additional incitement to earnest and elling boards. the clerks and messenger in his office,eighteen $30,000 the firm of IlvaJricks I CheM i* this Iy,diawl- I 4

unremitting labors for the instruction of i COMMERCIAL. In the measurement the full moulding size I thousand and forty dollars. For repairs and incidental expenses: cf red; and that all lr' L owing ,sakl. .!rw,.willmake '
I trill 1% ILtriLnted according to the following payment to auee other than me or auUiorized 'i
marked on the mould (which is one and a half : twenty-one-lights, And buildings connected my
civil have de- of the office
mankind that our rights no Fur of also that an
; inch larger thnn will be worked hi the ship) win contingent expenses therewith twelve thousand Seven hundredand MAGNIFICENT SCHEME agent persona are hereby ,
peodence onour religious opinions: more CHIKTERTON, July 5. I he allowed, provided the pieces will hold that sue the Attorney-General, one thousand dol- warned not to lefl any goods or. Ulu ptoptrty !. .

than on our opinions in pli-sic) or gcome- Are have no transactions to report in Lon* Cot \ but no additional site beyond that marked in the; fifty dollar l fT And remember every Prize is drawn at said firm; for T wiU not te ruponnHe J.t sata Sf

f Iry,that therefore the prescribing any citiZen ton. I! moulds or in the instructions will be paid for. I II lars.For purchase of law books for the' officeof For salaries of forty-ore keepers and assistant each drawing and paid WITHOUT DEDUCTION!! sal.*.- It

as unworthy the public confidents by July' 9. The siding of the stem, apron, fore deadwood, the Attorney-General one thousand five keepers of light-houses, at an average 1 PrIze of. . 11.500 i. 11,500 I J win keep an agent at Magnolia,for tW
I I hundred! dollars . . collection of debts, aDd dfapffiial of.thaoc"_';- '
him of The cotton market u languid and drooping.- knees, stern-post knees, and kf liKrn lajirr upon an incapacity being Price are nominal. The sales to-dny were only I 18 1-2 inches; the stern-port and after deadwoodto hundred dollars. thirty-two thousand eight bun- 1 do. . . 2.000 b 2,000 l property,for the bcaefit of the creditors. J' .
per annum
called to offices of trust and emolument unless 213bs.lrgst83-lcecita side 29 inches in the lirgrrt place and the hoob For salaries of the reporter of the decisions I dred dollars. 2 do. . . l,000ia. 2.000 q T. J. J.tiDBIcE5. .

he profess or renounce this or that religious SAVANNAH July 7.SEA to aide 14 inches. The siding of the frame timber of the Supreme Court, one thousand 5 dl . . 6001.. 2,500 Private BoardJag !

opinrau. u> deprivinghim injuriously! must be 13 1-2 \to 14 inches and of the promiscuous three hundred dollars. I For expenses of raising, cleaning repairing 10 do . . 200 I 2.000I t >< mx subscriber respectfully-inform*Jtt. i'
ISLAKM.-Sale* of the week 7 bales, at 20 remooring. and supplying losses of do. . . IQOis. 1.500 bB be b '
'*jf tlio e'priiiiogr>c advantages to wbicli timber, one-fourth put must side 18 inches For.one hundred and fifty copies of volume JSlP ,4hat pnpaMt i e aeeaauiodatelimited a -.
witM iiic ieUow-citizens he has cent' per pound.'I and the remainder 13 1.2The of Howard's of Decisions floating beacons, and buoys, and chins, and 78 do. . 50 ia. 3,900 number of families or single l penoos with 'l .
; sixteen
in Reports ,
comitMU 'I p.rc&The stock of limited and we Lave no throat of the floor timber to mould 17 1-4 sinkers for the same, and for coloring and 120-do- . . 2Sis 3000 good board'atreawnabU rates- - ,- 5 'I
natural right that it tend* also to corrupt tales to report Prices cuntinae unchanged.Cua.f of the Supreme Court of the United
a ; 6 let 50 is 300
inches at the Coor-heod 14 inches and at the all the eleven thousand Approximation Capital ThShouIehed1ispte1mutpartofth. '.
the principles of that very religious it I -The ctock u small and the demand limit plank shear 7 inches. States, furnished l bjr the rcportertcr thereof numbering buoys, 6 do. 2n.J do. .30Li. ISO town comer of Ocean sail Moose stints JaeksonviQe .' .

c. meact to encourage by bribing with a .d. It ia held at 81 23 to SI 30 in bulk. The midship or dead flat floor Umber has a curve to the Stalepartment, for distribution five hundred dollars. 6 do. 3,1 & .20is no FIoidcA. COT.

inunopujy *L f wurklly honors and emolu-I FLOCK.-TBaltimore Howard meet S10 60 to 11 of 12 inches ia 20 feet; the first futtock 4 inchesin according to existing laws, thirteen For commissions at two-and a half per January I, -tf. .
SO Georgia 810 to Ill, and Canal$12 to 914 60. such : . .
17 foet; the second futtock 24 inches in 13 feet cemtum to superintendents as are 231 Prizes amounting to J30COC
dl'Moe who wiU ; hundred dollars. ; -
externally I'
xacuU, profess Ltd--Shoulder* are held at 9 1-2 to 10 l-2c;. the third futtock 27 inches in 13 feet t the jurth entitled to the same, under the proviso to Land for.Sale.STBSCRJBER :t't
it that though unlot-d. of the district attorneys t
And conlorm to ; Side at 101-2 to 11 1-2, and lljwnj at 12 to He. For compehsatjen I
I futtock 4 inches in 14 1-2 feet, sod the top Umber thousand hundred and the act of the third of March one thousand ONLY TEN THOUSAND TICKETS. offer* for sale .1000_ -
these are criminal who do nut withstand NEW YOKE, July G.V 10 inth in 17 feet ten one fifty THE .
hundred and entitled uAn Fine and
tuch 'trtrtptation. ''yet neither are thorn innocent '>TT05.-The market dull. The entire frame of each ship to be delivered dollars ; and the district attorney pC the eight fifty one Tickets $5-Halves $2 50-Quartera $125 achoa county which JIAIftWad.iaAJ.will be cold I ;-
for the civil and atabsgaar-5r I
,wliw lay the bait in their way; that I Fa.oclL-l.riteI are a trifle higher wth sales the respective yards at the risk and expense of Territory of Utah shall receive the same act making appropriations SA2TL SWAN, Agent and Uftnager. ,I cash if applied ell r Koa. Any iaf maiko acb .-.

to cuner the< %H magistrate to intrude his of SJSO bbls ..tS9183.4forgood Ohio and the I the contractor subject to the usual inspection to fees as is now allowed by. law to the district diplomatic expenses government for the Montgomery, Ala., bad by addressing me at Plhtkaw_ _._: .

WT* into the field of opinion and to I market chimed tim.wiUa a upward tendency.S .- I the entire approval cf the bureau, and all to be of the Territory of Oregon.For ,ear ending June thirtieth, eighteen hun Agency at "APOTHECARY HALL" feb J..U .J.3.o61fOW. ':
|K ta of 950 bbl Southern Flour at $11. I delivered be lore the 1st October, 1356. attorney dred and fifty-two,and for other purposes," J Jacksonville FI*. .
reotrara 1a the |irofes iaB or pr?opx.ti m of I CORK-The market u firm, with sates of 30,000 j jI Persons who may be disposed to offer fur more the mirahal of the southern district the amount that be disbursed by THOXAS WEUS and Jcirtrs Wnrur, Ew.'jSworn 850 BE1T ADD. ..2 ;.
Q11 snppwtitwn of tben-ill ten- at 30.t92e.i : I of Kdw York for repa'rs made in, and furniture on may : HAN A VTA Y
jHneipUrs, I bwOiels than uue ship will nuke a srparaU proposal for : them hundred dollars. Commissioners to superintend the Drawing from the steamer Car- "
_cy, is n dangerous (atcy. wliich at once i 1'"nE.-Tbe uu-ket u firm, with tales of 550 each. supplied fur. the court-rooms and eight N.B- Letten containing money will be strictly. K elms whilst laying at her wlwf ill 1.
of the
'destroys all rciigiwos liljerty. because he bUm at $19.13 for new Mess. ofiices of the circuit and district judges district For continuing the attended to and confidential.R. .Tille, OB or about the Stat of ilareh tot. a.

I Iwing of court judge of that\ tcnfltncy will i LARI>,-Tbe mark u arm, with salei of 450 FORM OF OFFEE. attorney, and marshal of the southern light house near Coffin's Patches, off Dry negro man named JULY lie u of black complexion ,

ituktt his opinions tbu rule of judg ieiit. I bUsat lie. I, -, of the State of-, hereby agreeto district of New York rendered necessary Bank, on the Florida Reef between Cary's Q PINCKNEY) JR., ,.about Sot 30 yean of ago and Iou a. ". '. : .
"al'ItF.TThe market Is firm with sites of furuuh nnd deliver at the United States Reef{ and Sand six.tyfh jurely coantemuh.-e. lie u about 5 feet ID iacbea
nury- Fort Key light-houses i'
I destruction of the [LATE rrsxo, PISCKSET t co..JFACTOR ] p
contkuen the scutkueuts ol{ of
and "I'P"t\'e< Ohio at Hall l-2c. raid at -, the whole! of the Jive-oak timber.: in consequence thousand dollars. high. Ea wife U living a& ..,,and bt U .

',5>VberFouly! as they .utll 6'llt.1"ttb ort EALTIKO&E July 5. I I fur one tbip, estimated at thirty-thousand cubic court building* by fire seven thousand one continuing: the construction: of'the f probably in that neighborhood. 1hesborp.wswardwil1begivcnbytheub.cr1beyggq '

,dilfff from own; that it is time enough, \ FKCCK.-ATe ban no tales U report 1oday.I I I C..et be tie same more or less, in conformity with { hundred and forty-eight dollars and eighty I For AND I ,- : ;

.. f-jr the rightful urpoees of civil govern-, I BOObuibeUof new wheat sulJ at ,2fo2,25 fur I II t the adrertiseuent of the Bureau of rUction 'J one cents ; ,Pro cl Jed, That the vouchers light-house on Minot's I.cdc,:one of the''I i L CO IlIISSIONlERCIrA T I bension and eon$aeuent in jnil at JacluuBTiUe,or f
of the date of 22 J June, I 1S55 vii: Cohaaset rocks. Boston Bay,Massachusetts ;,1 i delivered to the Captain of.the boat. .
'taent fur its officers to interfere when pria- white, and ,,1, 10&2. 15 fir r.i I i shall be submitted to the Secretary of the -;
I 1 Stems;* cUmsvn dead woo.U, stern-posts, seventy-five thousand dollars. North Commercial Wharf JJarch 31tfHome L.1L Oxizrrajt
About 7000 bniheU apron.
I i break into Cons.- o'ered.day- the i :
Vrpks out overt acts against Interior and expenditure approved by
peace steruknee..,keelsons, and hooks estimated I construction of the jnncZJ Charleston. S. C. Ij
of and the
fain whit at tl,0aI01, yellow 96 aSc; For continuing :
,.a u4 ,4HIl order; and finally that Truth i ii* contain J.600\.uLideetat per fuel-S Sign, and Ornamental Palatlag. :
ctvat aJ mUl prevail if left to herself, tLat 11111J.d, Frame timber of II him.For compensation of the icarehalj, eight I light-house on Ship the Shoal, Louisiana, The People's Clothing, TIrE rabscriber,keirgnow ponnanemtly located, J ,.
.he it the proper and sufficient antagonist j sil other kio'li, thousand sir'huhdrcd dollars. take the place of fight-vessel at AND his services U the citizens Jacktc- ;

to Erruc and has nothing to far from the I a.)1AuINE tti> NEWS. j jI I estimated at.:20,000 at per foot-S rtflanl'otf-FClunnuitic: and grants: j point, thirty! thousand d tr.:s. DRY GOODS STORE. Ule, in the above branches and ao&ite .ah re> .

human disarmed Promiscuous Umber dollars. To enable the Secretary of the Treasury At the of the GIANTS RED of tronage. JA311S-ILAB.ZSZS. ) '
and CAP
conflict unless by interposition seven hundred fifty ( riga ,)
I amouiitUg Ii to replace lost light-vessel to mark the rN.. Bw-Gnding, .Graining, EtonxiBr 4Mcuted c. ,
of SammiS Block .
salaries 51reet.I
of>er natural wt-ajKins. free argu- POUT OF JACKSONVILLE. to GOO at per CU- Independent Treasury.- New South shoals' off Nantucket -I Bay with neataeae sad daatteb-. ---S I .
incnf and dtlwtbj erroi* u-a--ing to be dangerous the assistant treasurers of the United dangerous I MODE returns thanks to his friends and riti-: April ZS-J,. J ,
thousand dollars. 4
when it is permitted fctiely to contradict ARRIVED.July Total amount 20,000) f States at' Ke.r York, Boston, Charleston. Massachusetts, thirty I 5J S CDS Jacksonville and snrrotrndinj;eonntrj. '
of the for favors bestowed on him, solicits -
Fur continuing the appropriations past an *conitnaanee FO1tSALE. .f
them. 2 Schr, Huclson, Htaroer N T
Be it t\eft/ore/ enacted by the General 7 Brig Abncr Taylor, Smith Jf. York. Thonld my offer be accepted I request to be dred dollars; 'and hereafter the annual salaries third of March, eighteen hundred and fifty- I .copartnership with his brother in Savannah th"I _Island A VALUABLE S miles from tract of ,Land ton Amalla ".
'4 9 Schr. BAA Law. Tattle N. York. addreaaed at-,and the contract forwarded three for a first-class light-house at the the contemplated'depot, : t.'I
..4.ssesnbly the assistant treasurers at Boston business will be carried on more citea=ivclr,taJci .
of Yellow
10 Bark D. S. Goudell Harrison. New Turk. to the navy agent at -, or to me at- mouth of the Sabine River thirty thousand Bluff, coctoiaing 750 acre good jJrit S
( I the and firm of -
That aotoan shall be cotupJlcJ tu frequent Louis shall be four thousand dollars style land. There is tha J Jt
10 Brig A.Ring, Foter New York. fur signature and certificate. and St. oa premise a. small dweUing :
"r support any cclig.au5 w< TWj pUoe-! or 11 Brig TruviUo llalligui er York. (Date ) (Signature.) t A. & J. MODE, house, and out houses, a cotton Gin sad GinhoqM, .
each.For For continuing the system of protecting: Wholesale and Detail Dealers la all of which
ininitz1 whatncr, air shall tIC additional salaries of the treasurer of together with the premises "iU be
eurorcI I CLEARED.July FORM OF GUAR.\ -rEEo human I life from.shipwreck as heretofore and Goods sold reasonable. '
Clothing a
cd1 irttrakud, QMk'ed, or LurLi the mint at Philadelphia of one thousand I Dry ,
2 Brig Adiline Spragae, Wylie. Bo his body dollars
rg Island .,
2 Schr. Me. of- aud of in tbe ,one of two hundred sod the .tar '
aodxiut of his 1 Maggar, Cubon Prospect, -, Sate of on the coast of Massachusetts, the sum often complete Stock too numerous to mention. For fifty .f I.
ou rvtigious opinions or 3 Schr. Eagkt Walker Bath. -I hereby guaranty that, in AM the foregoing I mint at New Orleans, of five hundred dol said to be and reasonable can and acres containing a Insurant growth of LIve *> *. : ;
Lelitrf but that all men t.hall be free te 1 j five hundred dollars. thousand dollars ; money quality prices pleas lJD. Abo a tract containing hundred i '.
s pro- 3 Brig Ilirbioger, Buckley Boston. bid bo accepted he or they will within ten brs, one thousand vine street No.4 CoL Sam- ODe and!''thirty I
Humane yourselves, on Bay ,
less, and by! argmnnt to maintain their I 5 St-hr Cicero, DanUy, Kew York. dnys after the receipt of the contract at the pot For salaries of sis of the additional clerks expended by the Boston Society,, mis'BuiMIngwhere will find the same GiaD '. acres, adjuring the Seaton tract oa the St-Mary's < !
opinions In matters of 1t.1 igion. and the samp 13 SJir. Hudson Hearncr Pa.ttaHet. Me. office named or navy agent designated, execute I authorized by the acts o'. August sixth one under the direction and control of the Secretary Red Cap. Kver. Apply to .1..f 4

1&11 JimuiioS oralTect1 I contract for the same with good and efficient sureties of the Treasury. The liberal JOM.Pos, (
in no vW cuLirgc thousand eight hundred and forty-six, August patronage J. M. has received darln; Jacksonville
their civil capacities.And i ATTACIIM EXT-Dnval Circuit Court. ; in case said shall fail to enter into I twelfth one thousand eight hundredand : the lime he has been in buauwjj in this city has May 12, 1655tft '':1 .

j contract as aforesaid we guaranty to make good I disposed him to dispose of whatever ha has OB Fer Sale or Rent.t .
will know that this Assembly Tnlx.u E. Thcgii
: thousand _
tliougli; we I to sto o the difference between the oI'or..1 the aaid-Aud forty-eight March third, one
_. am sworn : I IEow.1I1I United States Hail LIne. hud at prices that cannot fail la produce a smile > / THESSR1BEfferforni.ev rnt 9
the for the ordinary -
elected by pojilo T, RrCII ARDrn", 5 Duaa" 8000. I tint which may be 1.Cl"f'tetJ.Signature eight hundred and fifty-one, and Auguts of pleagar from his customers, and thereby reciprocate ;, itatit dwelling bow ia the vicinity orft&mn'f : .

purpose of legislation only. lave nopower .. of two JUL&liton.1 ?' P.' thirtyfirstone thousand eight hundred THE SEW AND ELEGEXT StEAMPAKCET, the favors of the public. He has determined Mill,ou Hogans Creek, which U UteEMten boo.daryofthaTowo. .
diut and aU
Def others interested
to restrain the acts of succeeding I,. TIrE notified of the are v. f. and fifty-two and August fourth, one that the most fastidious shall not leave bin Tha house w.1UrIy.,..aucommodwu a::
commencement of this Date.
( ) t'
Assemblies constituted with powers ep.mtI thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, six with dissatLfJction in regard to their bargain oat koasea .good wea aad.k. .'
suit attachment returnable to the next Witness "
'I ensuing : S Call one and anTe! are anxious to wait desiraUe and .. .
rally a rifide
to our own, and that therefore tu declare f.11 Term of the Circwl Court of Duval County to I hereby ceritfy that the above named A B andC thousand five bundled dollars. ST. JOHNS and serve vtra. Bead radU!! read! !! upon pleasant -- '' "

ibis act irrevocable, would be nocffect >I! I foe held At Jacki+nrilto in aaid cowty, on the third D are known to me as men of property, aDd For salary of additional clerk in office A.MODE A BRO, Jacksonville Jacksonville April 28 WILLIAsIy0ozr.1855-tf. tI; .

in Jaw, yet we arc free to declare, and de I Ihnday of Octuber nest aad to appear and plead able to l good their guarantee assistant treasurer at Boston, one thou- CAPT. JAS. FREEBORN, ami next door to ". I:>..5" tee, .--_- .. <1' ;

declare tl1l.t tile rights hereby asserted ared I" tke _lIle. JJelXTOSH & WUEATON, (Date) (Signature) sand two hundred dollars. WILL HEREAFTER leave SAVANNAH del 2-1, Bay street, &n U\h. Dental -- '.'- .' ..,
end that Plainti!. Attorney. (To ke t'ifned by the UnlUd Xtatu dUriet PALATKA, E. F. touching at the :. f
'the natural rights of mankind cf clerk to the treasurer of .
For .
salary a W.S.BOSTWICZwou1drmwpectM-' : .
judge UniUd State district collector usual SATURDAY morning .
attorney Landing, *.very 4 Oheot' Notice. .
if act alWl be l.crvafUr w-t-fd to t' Francisco California ,
any ( ret NOTICE and otlurt. the branch mint atiSan II.infumttheeitlenaolJacbaariJ1a-.l" -
or nary agent, no ) 10 o'clock. X. C.BUFORD Administrator of the Es .
j, al e present or to narrow its ort ration HEREBY GIVEN that six w eks after date jlll,1w two thousand five hundred dollars. This 'Boat win reach Jacksonville every Sunday ISAAC of William 6. KnfbrJ, late of this county nity,tbfttfhftTbgopenedaaoffievhith< ,.. :
Midi acts will be an of natural -t 15 of clerks and and will returning leave Jacksonville Gallery,Fonyth treetwiUftttemdUftIlaimB- ..' '.
tnCnngemcnt on
salaries ,
I will apply to the Hun. Felix Livingston T 1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING For. messengers deceased, having :filed in my office a written sogge chea or ofDESTISTRr lsthe.uv.cImut .
rightOn -_ j Jud:|* e( Probate for Duval Co. in the State vf J-l wtbe1'ostQceinJackwnvi1euo&b. watchmen, in the' offict of the assistant every Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock for Savannah.I tion of the Insolvency of said Estate. This is, careful '. .
let manner : 2'x
FViridU f>r Letter* of Admistutration upon tbe cf :. treasurer at New York thirteen thousand I I I This Boat has been built expresfty! for the purpose therefore to notify all persons having demands dilly Kervv ..'t i
July ty acbbg teeth
Thursday 14.000 LL1 if Fkrar from Estate of Henrr 5Mlee, late of said count r. decell.Suly'I855 B Elizabeth dollars. :; and having large and airy State Room act proved aad anthentboied in tho office of the .. ."4 '
JL p140.
Jane nine hundred
toe Wet n-ceited New-York W. J. t commwUtion, offers unequaled inducements to Invalids .
were at notwithstanding U-6w1) PALMER. Blair TMmaj H. 2 Jot tbe Judge Probate for Dual county by the seventeenth I' "
xwon, Emily C. under actor
which advanced G Ma For contingent expenses and others. For further particulars enquire dayof July next enauhi at which time
prices Baker, E B .! ., John transfer wI1LIA3t.M.-TtzNNo4' : .
I and
12: bbL The York Barber Mrs. M B Jenkins ( the safekeeping;collecting of there will & a pro rats disttibniiohol the assets of "
per e\t'- correspoB- I Jewelry Jewelry Handy CAX6VA (LateTunnoPinckneyOi.$ -x .
!I, R L disbursement of the public revenue, of August BISBEE 4 said estate amongst the creditors thereof. .; : "
dent Wftlie American writ- Baker Johnson W. E.
rbi1atklobia sixth one thousand eight hundred Agents, Jacksonville.J. Given under my hand and the Seal of the FA.O QIL. '
r <* Jl.r Hiay eVening sa 'a r I I BAWD L 0. DEVALL Awat, Palatka.CLAGIIORK it
nt Court of Probate .
1Y I. GROTHE at Duval at tho
It has INK'became a'matter of serious Burton John L Laancan Rev.BrasHe E. and forty-six sixteen thousand five hundred & CUXNtSGUAM Probate office in Jacksonville county this the .-,1.COlLfTSStON _: __ .-' 5,
I &, Thomas Lithauer, Y. L. Provided That no part of MERCHANT '.
dollars: Agents,1Javannth. :
reflection with and careful WITCH HIKER seventeenth day January, A.D. 1S35. .
prudent men, Bachman, John A 2 '* "vt,Mr. said of sixteen thousand five hundred boat with line of Jacksonvilleand :
This connects Florida
what the will be from the : I sum a FELIX LIITCNtiSfOSr, For, 'n'd' outhe :" :
np4ies West A* BaUersby, Geo. Laurine, C. -
I dollars shall be. expended for clerical ser TaUabassee.tsges. for and from Palatka for jaa20-6m Judge of Probate Duval County : ROD U C E -- ,'
and wlMhcr they iU Lieruflicivntto last us I JEWELLER Butler C A Lee, George WilliamC Ocala and Tamp.ruI.T.ly ', .
vices. XorA Comerefol !
Lima Wh: C&aTLeSImSC.
until the receipts of the The **, MatildaCOf1DU. ,
Flour coitraeU fur lIeccop8. all (icET DOOR TO THE rOTT-OFFICE.) Moses B 2 M For, compensation \*to special agents to Days Circuit Court-SpringTerm.l. 83->. May 19] And 97 Bfty-etreet,SVIanehfgIa.. .

May delivery were j Jed of beauti Choice Misi fl.Ann Mullen M. 3 examine tLc lx ok*, account and money FORWILMINGTQNN.. c. JAS. II. McBoar, Ji,. ] ___ 'a-- : : .f. .
assortment .
settled tod and the seller have had on a t pica -
y. a i HAS and JEWELRY of the latest Coauiu Samuel MeCnU-hen W. on hand, of the several depositories, under To L.EAVI; MONDAY, JULY o.f Cur tie'"of, ( i In the Clralt Ceart ef the Eavters 0 !
first, U.( of what may prove to be a Tery :> unique Cox, James M Mickle JorhephCha BOSTON Grzal } ATTACHTIETT: d .Circuit.f Florida-. r ., ,.
styles and fashions inch as the act of August sixth,one thoosand eight f THE. FINE STEAMSHIPDAiR0Ll .. SumSicrrntot2l3.ltLraoY'J. -'
bitter docs. Pretty much all! the sales ,c, Capt. VThilraaa ifcMillin R. S. ; Tt In Qancery.Belt-! .' '
thousand -dol
were made at 80.25, and the price fixed today : GOLD C.rABDS FOB and VEST CI1A. S.I Cark Mr.Amanda MaocdouaU A. F.Cru hundred and forty-six,fire .HA&t!. j Do1tSJ F llurok, Comn'Biflm', ,. : I .

was 'S16.:! thus netting a clear loss I EAR-RINGS, FINOER-BJJfOS&e t Archabald McIntosh, Thomas S. lars. miscellaneous MA TIlE Plaintiff b n:sued Out ad attachment in JOBS N.M WOK, Eerpmdent 'DlvIfre' i' .
of one dollar parrel.The : D Moultct A Co For the discharge of ; above stated ease, the Defendant and nil 'ofComphhrtnt hcmY bfifM fI "III: .
per an of.whWh will U ofered at the lowest prices i Deal Mrs. EU-y 0 claims, not.otherwise provided fur, as shall ;CAPTA13T COXETfERTlLL ethers interested win take notice of the lame mud BILL riD to'thesatieetin.Wt2cdrt -

Corn contracts do not begin to ma- fur CASH I I Delcvorth.IVtn. S Odam, William be admitted in due course of settlement at TRIP forjh accommodation appear and plead to the declaration filed therein. thai the raid Respondent rasideettbeii4tbtIiz. '. II'! .. '
,tare-until next month but Mrrral of the WATCHES A& repaired and '. Dubois Jean Odum James M! \ MAKE A ; .
3f f the treasury five thousand dollars: : Pro- of, who desire to avail themselves of .\ PB.1RSOY. Oa motion rClwtenro fr3gmTh. ;' ,. :
sellers seem anxious to close their with hb for the last Darby R U PDowling passengers March: 10 lS33-3tfl Plaintiff's *. '-** :
up opci- Mr. O, experience twenty. dided That no' part of the appropriation. his favorite route going North She will leave .T plaiaant.itu '' ;: '
lions at once,.under the apprehension that cfgnt year* as a prartiral W WATCHMAKER flatten I I lease Parker, Francis from the Jacksonville tat 3 o'clock MONDAY AFTERNOON Ordered; That a bearins'o metjeej :. i.a' ,
drawn acept.inpursuance
.' 'f that be la to Diunond, A Dzialinckl R shall be tcasury, in said Bill cf' itermofthi .
hinwelf mpWna&'ktISlh&
receipts' from the West 'Wilt not bo any- fully toospetent: give entire 9Jh.11IIJl and Charleston at half-past two LOST OR STfiLEN, '
those ho desire to have their Il ., Mr. Rndd ThrnMDomarachy of Some la Wor'resolution or I Court tobeholden Jafksnrfffir
satisfaction to fclW .
.thing like as Urge as was expected. One j Poloni Mrs. o'clock on )RQM.THE : at the gil-
waU-faee, le, repaired ia a workmanlike manner. Reuben Congress authorizing the expenditure. County of Dnval on the .first1 Mowfgj-ia lily "
in time ,
11th arriving Wilmington next morning in Marion Co East
who .tSpring, ; Florida -
bas sold 30.000 bushels fur all
:Wrty Dyer ebb II Reynolds; Tarrissa Mrs. -
All p r* June,at DO cents,offered the buyer 10 cents { ever, do not perform well, and are now oat of Denike Robert Roljort- W. L.F local inspectors, appointed under the act of June SOJOHN EM"AD,Agent. CHESNCT.SORREL POXY UORSEX about'ei. plead, aaswe;..jiknBirr to: t381l-oCXh! *- .:1-.

-.1JU 'bushel' to cancel the contract The order, will do well to call on Mr. Orothe, whose lteiIly, JohD 2Fousett thirtieth one thousand eight hundred years oU, with three white feet flaxen main and plainton or.Ufo. aia,day.ot decree win there ". J
heaviest ,sales hare Lcen made f'r July. I terras are "no euro to pay." Win. II ROM Marion CapL August from pass Io the.same manner as.if the pfjhespa1. "
: tail and well and is what be
the better put might -
,ranging from 00 cenU to 81,05. The total : )'.G..rails himself this opportunity to tender Ferington, John Rowland, Via. G. and fifty-two, for protection Wines, Liquors and Scgars.CJAML a natural up Any person taking said dent had appeared snd wa1 preHllfi! .
Levi S 2 S pacer. p .,
this rlCkett. C&pt. of the lives of Ly steamboats It U #
bit rincere thanks to the citizens of place passengers ** farther Ordered TbU eopyf tlte,ai y 1'-
bom and the subscriber at Troubl
,.ealet&>r 'forward delivery are not much Stranalaad. Jacob BLACKWOOD has justreccivej fresh addressing
FreitA a
.. and its vicinity for the liberal patronage hitherto with travelling and. expenses order be published in..om.paba.aswzpspsr.5ablished :
fliort of 90.000'bushels and the bulk I G Southard D. of WINES LIQUORS and SEa AP.3 oaw, Clinch county,Georgia, will be handsomely ,1.
great Henry supply ,
fa of three
owed on him, and he hopes that b, a determination incurred by them eighty thousund dol rewarded for the this State forth* ipaeri awBtha
of the Gntrty, Aron FUrLs Henry at his old stand on Bay street and now offer to nme.JIanh .
JmdW have been for Southern ac- t to pleas he will merit ft continuance of before the day oppointed tut idhes.g.i ut ,
24-r3m JOHN T. ALLEN.
Gardner* Themes i Sclim his customers as choice an assortment as
14-1 roog any WILLTAM: A.:PORWARDadg .
nee sad
4count their JIU.r'oDaejlll[ y lars.Surrey ,
,. .A' of the receipts from the Goudale, 0 Smithy Daniel JL of the Coeut.-For urreyof; the market eaa offer. Sepia sold by the thousand Insolvent Notice. / of tac Cradt) 'd{ f""

large portion '..ten.r Dirai ,' I Ganey, Henry. Savons, Thomas coast of the United States, (including compensation Winer by the basket or bottle Liquors by the de- oftk.EesteraireuitdXkai.In.: _* ,' t
T. the
"West arc cont oled :by Buffalo merchants Genuity. the dosen in buttle L DONALDSON AdmiBistntriz of .
GuBter Daniel Ehnwell Wnu 'of superintendent and assistants aiohn or nltauor by EMILY MafeVZJ, 1935. -- A ,
and "as their financial affairs are in'a good, Oa the 1st Monday la October next,'yoa will beealledapoata Gadding Mortimer* Smith, Geo.\f.GaOcghcr and excluding psjztid emoluments' officers 'WINES. S. DonaldlOB filed late of this County Ida aenby entiiy taat UuT C* |*!*%& "- i iqy
in office written
I easy atate, it is to be presumed that hey'Yt1t from among your Citiaeu ft 8. Ftover Henry of the and and officers The stock is comprised of CHAMPAIGN, MADEIRA deceHed having my said Estate.ft This suxRwrtionofthakisolveneyof > cubs wip.I",1'.ia'a1 J'"rY : IZl.18.
petty te
navy ,
te In 119 harry to part with their pro- Clerk of the Cirett! Comrt., Ttaokful for your H ,__ :, James army SHERRY, CLARET, PORT .c ?,fucb Q.CQ..aTOn. '
the therefore to all havia .
of notify TTif
and the'navy employed on persons .
ITargreve, Ctatoo 2 Simmons, Alfred Moore men ______ __
ty until .> be real- .
ffactory prices can ia to I oBcityww against amid Estate to them duly :
support electing me office once more J T hundred and fifty thousanddollars. present proved -
I Henderson Henry work,) two Old Cognae, OtardMrteland Antooie Curreau .JCJr.It.I85.f. : i S
awl authenticated to UM Judge cf Probmte of Dun
votes. I hare wtdeavered the beet
to hacks Addhart Tunis H. B.Hogans ;
Old HOlISM Gin and :
White Brandy ,
Cognac 1
before the
e-- .T e. Foaazt&s .N gws .? NEW' Yoza.- at nj ability to discharge tho{ & of By ofieeImpartially. Daniel Thomeim, Darling 'orcontinuingthesurvey-of the'western Schnapps Bourbon Mooongahela Scotch aodlrifh.vTbiskey nary County ItU"-,.oa' which OY tim there will Monday be a pron&i.distribatio in Ja.->- EATUAYtIL&JLJ! : -

A Sew-York,letter ,Iteanaotbe Hayes Wn. II Three Thomas States hundred Vammtc and Santa Cras Rum Porter BALES.PilXB ,t&5A .
of the 5th aajv: expected that ft clerk E.nayaec.Capt.vrP coast of the United .,one and *of the asset of said Estateamoort. 1'tiQ .
T1i foreign adrknb J.tU Uali&LX eteim- eaa.UeooMti cace baUiftr with all IU deUiUItiftkMtfaM. Hamphrys Tucker,'.WUUajhby VT'. thirty thousand-dollars. Ala.f different breads and on draft CoampaignoCider. < the enditon theitaf.WitneoimyaaffieMJBdfVofFrobateiand.- jsstrectindby&krL&GLrT1frum. : -
Cordials, Bitten;1&,Ie. .. :, .'.
"9r 'crested great cxcttttnect i In UM city. 'The: dmtietefaiy office will set per- narriagtoa, CafC O W West Uaam B. For continuing the survey of thc Florida SEGARS.'Of -. I; the It b unnecessary to ipeak of t&-.0ptffc* alTT -
Seal seal of said twentieth
-Hut ( Laxly In the 4ay, and some elt me to visUyoa ftO, hat hop to .'some ofytm UonecUy, Ashley WrighClabara" reefs and keys (excluding pay and emoluments the ffioat approved brandj.TOBlfcCOf [ ] day of J.Court A.D. 1831 this the t1 01 Eaten:1UJ ii trmiwibthEiyer: :- : :

hours before the Intelligence published ,at Uait'before the ileus rdaa, Caps. Wyman' J.IT.Cart of officers: of the army and, navy, FELIX LIYIXGSTOIf, B.a ,to those.ao hav us d both artk&a ,nb! t
r,_ 1 4* Itokft Jobs D J.Uaaipbtrym .' and petty''officers Y,now Bank This CMt, la tin foil, James River, Jadgv Probate Dual County.june00.6iu : f
t J : airoed that he bad autben."B Ifeftdard the .work '.thisa'nci4yIlars. 1 fa known lr1Sl'Cfl )VWJy.* 5. -- .
zcfaartg ,1aotr Jss05j1,J. 3O-te 1l1'l.wn.c. Thomas employed on ) forty Sun CunJ aad a variety ef the choteattbrandf.- S artkk .

,tkiafermatfon from Halifar.lhat allies ...et1ca pleart'copy.P.UITITION. I ."-, Henry D WDcot M. G. .. ."* ,June 3Mf(> .- iooflflitAIW..w mark,which by iatrodueiag wS an attempting. njwriojfaftiiuB to drive bees of tas-the ..-

bad experienced semen reverse beforefiebaatopoT I Harris Wiv.8 Walker A? ,"fot puLHsoIng observation made In ten Hay.awn at l&o aua price.

and'that ConsoU in.Loodoo bad : ,,BALE.TIT1LL I Uewel, P E Water TbomaaUalyoas the progress; thetwey of.the. coast of 'HOTtCC.A bum the. subscriber, al KLUS*;- .*:* r1 : '
IndebUd te the undenl-ned ;
gone down ia.eonseqaenod. 'The effect upaa -! BE SOLD AT PUBLIC'.ACCTIW1 MJat WiUiainf. Caroline Miss.. the United States fifteen thousand LL psosts to forward are and. 1RA1'fAVAY. Office Florida a mulatto
requested come :
:1 I' Jrespectfully ) -
VV. la front : JW JOHK BUTLEB.- : in"lcl-/
'tmr market vu imnwediateycricca suf-. of the Coart. Douet fatheeltyof For fuel and quarters, and ion inileagv make'payment; and M would caution all person _. ,: : -
"feriBg naerial ._rtni .fjut. thetbulUwxecetend Bk-AagatUa/ tho frtt M against
aext, t.Le bi MAK3IOBT HOrSE the Bay, I ] a esay they.are ad.*ertined or they may nor get any l wIsb brows colour,' twenty six or sews "" TOE.aramst tradiac tat a.Pnaiiatafj$.faj r- -

their fiouUoiL,' in-&'good degree formerly ""ogcapMd by the late JOHN DRY them. W1L'GJLO'tU, P,.. soldiers of the army, serving in the' coast ers janr30-tf ubnthnself. SAM'L ELACEWOOD.wfll old '.sir feet hJeb, has lost butt d his front w of Robert Sana"P"B. by Jinjajj.ItaD M I

later Jnlhedaju DALE.nw I .. JacksonvPle, July U,'IE55.' survey, in cases no longer 'provided fur by r qI teeth add other of$U front teeth an defective. determined not to PJ **- _

I Aa inprwakia obtained at first that thU elegant Jiaarion ie onOt f gteoa and qnarternuster'rilepartBicnt, ten tbou- .' : J4f4ofchngmgha Bam aad iauing for a jae2J, .uZASrEt-otA' .iit 1 a

-.ruTll..; -tat.tbe, vemptper bulletins I 1a &he I8OJ& u..u.c&style sad. .u. nUa4 : l ime !t Lime t! !: ,Lime und dollars. .. I ILht hY. while nun, cia read and i Is quit* inUffirent and .

.;- '* ward mfirrD d it.All ,Wall Car large family or'Jk I BVICKS! .! 1; ; JLt4L-1'cr 1\ns It A w1zM,bMing heated 'Jacb&U.1 is a good JIDaq earpens7. Iwilltfn tha aVrg ; -" For Wch1a. Fl -

. treet ,30ABDIKG'::1Iotj.srwi .BRlCKSf.BRIen.' I I _iitIl ,suppLying .' 'wa idlna& rd rk* W *>.. cr .af.lodgmauina.era ,TU Tabfia..1 nm
vu sad lit
touted little else .
was ,July 7 ELLIS, LZDlflhCO. fl's hundred and 1el1.1iPthoaseau ladlaaenat.. ..laD &l&l .u.h, puaf 0. "
.:1.\1U4'd; for thI red car the 11'. Thd-- ? dodrese 11nrohiMieZ eq-Ql'Ie&f.! and bcjeon with-oiVelaMchimoej* vtin. tr\ il\at .aIdiac _: 'The-Its3merfOLZC&f. \
-stjtIour-m4"ii..J aurth.,c4I the Mains wIth either. .of tt* c... -".. :- ). ) BI Italy*-aaj or_ a. Pci su,will proceed to Webto se -
LB.OI3I .'P Boots and Show !F wlks, ehsaoifl' sns t poliah! { powder.. tW say U tetfaitad to alfc jJUildoe*ooi f VW'-IJ' .. "t.

Lir uazl, where'lbrgottott. In the OEO. C ., ConrnfcV*. LAEGE 'STOCL-WELL .StZD "biga& d xaitcrialt, taasporu&oo, aadotberneeettiry Ins-stae seiu5ng. 1'--"tM' Pre.ltJtfrilDI 4nh.--.- >&l p .J'f JI_ # -io. -paee- -.. =' 04te

.pwtxct1ient, l.botst he JXiUkefftovritish O. E-FAIEBAiTS, ) LOW}1GUTl. W!1. : ezyesws of o KS: .-- --,1)CIs C' __. .1. Q.JUm. _. I,.

'.,:.JItbi&. ;-1Itp >!iin.* Tt AK-Brtlae, July, 133. T-td]' )11'1.1' PLUS, IXDWJin. &tO. pairing and Leaping tht! L'ahtnaaritus! i BM*,hits LC.Tacm.1. dysiI 1 S S Tb. Eavsus aarr..wm..fDf7 .tr.vl

1 '. I t April 29-1,. till Verbid, ant seas lIt to iirtrtiser fajfjami J IJJ.ar C.uOT :; .

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"fay kOy"f'filiii. PAT.cN1'.t' : .5-----S!r'tJ.S r. -Ids : II. U -- i2 101 *> vM 7w ***. SS -
fii T U A ,.'v'S i I & 1flIE ?LORIDA. NEWS" r'FliOi
1.- IHE.;. I tak4tu1JitcI .l t.It 'Wo.h." \., IItft b i I I' .If.i S r 55t '. 'DIRECTOR-_ 'lilE lXUXII

-I r ATI.COSTJMTI OR ., t ,.- Pr( 'r' l' '"f"-Yj1. !at ., f...a liii YT3Q II'!! P' .N) # U I.J !} ;? ;: .Wdtnb! ( tij; fflf 'M It m7 Wit the thole.rMitisuFIREI ]/.

4' ---cJo. r-1I 19 o lo&, : !Aln; In snraneo,. .! Nt .. .:. 54 f If'HAVlNa V.S. L8teser* '
: .ronAfrtr t..y. h'f9l4Jt' 'r"t-'
1(T .or .L5SITJ.1'UUr 1.1.> t l : .'d

_ ummooURT.. BRAIiLJY11 co; Corner of Fourth and .larl..ct.StI.l14rr-WKf', ; ,, ,. .4'S.: .;) ;.f.., !h- ii ,,. .. .",. ,,.f' : .::.4uCOUNTJNGIIOflSE'ALMANAC'; 1 .: : ". : : I gtorptlIia2Ttr 4
"'.1u .r-ter.: 4v4tM L ) r 1\ QfITL.'UJ 4 ":1. ," ,J ..Jd, 'bf'r $ .: TA .1 .
pci.Wmr&h "f ICZ'W.4-b .Clu s' < ; 1 oJ .
., ..d.. pJt.1l 9000:000.TXSURE .. .< :; 1 -'I8'55, S : .1L

}:_ -.n';38 Ami-Strut B"t'l 6-102 4otma'lccus.JVweau-arwft-J.Ed. .vHydromegra ,' CIlAnTEn\'PERPCT f .,:' ;. 1 / WasMngjoi i;:; .Stores! ., .: _'_ 1 S.- S .. A' THE ,CAROLINA, 'L.'M' Cox-
_ I 1Iu'J"rt:1. J. ? JL Perpetually, t 'J S I'i **Hotter, -wfll lea,* ?_-mm "
-nl to ..TaluUekdisooTery .tIL1S FURNITURE; VESSELS in III .rc : a ; SATURDAY, half-part: 3 P. M. for tbo .

."-protfIttiDrtbeintrom.4aap:lor cold\ and Port aud their.CARGOES, aad pUerproperty, 1. : = e '18M = : I ; Johns River direct,stopping at JC3ONVILLk,
,. tortapreVenUttTetirtniay Lung dlneasefi *against* or damage fire.Rutlnrford N Spring- &; Slimmer Goods !- tI. I -4 : PICOLATA PALATKA.' 'KetaralaPalatka '

," vithmtt OYiyiioc/ornf tcWe-t r. The Ilrdromagea ." aide '.. L 1. E 1 :__ 11. ; z ; TTear 'now'prepared every Monday at. 7 A.M.t'i'icj.j "
\ b 'U. farm ts1dom uuidethA boot or .DIRECTORS rBobert t; S T y. 2"1 4 6 6 JULY 2 .. 5 q .1 I i ,lOA.M.t andJsckaosifl'. for Ckarieetotai i

It.hi IliNo4cd ChtNIt" aJOLi. J\,1m r. Wots extensive, 'arrange: 1 '910111213' r. 8 It t..i sit e attheshortest o'clock.A.M. c '
a powcd1doti S
% '; l'loiJo C Nd(1r1ck. Alonw A. Carrier\. !ttjtap) for (flasl) l Np'tQng (tote:IJ! S = :. 14 15 16 11 l 18 I 0 15 .91101111213 21 I. THE PLORIDAB. n.SnAn" luter ''iD

\IJPcrGe&UctutnuKlllo* t01l.nd l.ltnea.t ,.a.rm .4JLert.J.GiUeU l John B. Rutherford, '. mcnts fortlie'eiecutionofoverjdoscrfp. 2122 2312-1 25 2 1 ZJt24 25 2Gl7 28 ; notice, leave CHARLESTON every WXDNUOAT
.Alrau'i tw. Samuel Jones.., 2S 29 30 31 Morning 10A.M./taktag the IHSIDX
&4 healthy war la the ooWett, rainiest,eath : 29 mt
Y t& amael T Jonee __, : PUIT. : 1 2 '3 A1TG'7 .. -1 3 Ilir 'the .placet ..named above j"and
:. .the foot. cannot boijoaie wet if t e II yd'IIIa.ooen S 2 U Lincis t' -War-"
rllERFORD BprtlTGMm Ceaufort Hilton I
rw Head
a wbWrle L L *lle. tn' .fa!Unl'tighted aoled JOHN Pr.EUA. ; : 'L 5'6'1 8 91 5"6:1891: IIq laad Dade, Sand
J. GILLETT Secretary*. 5 111213 II 15 16 11 St.Marys, going and returaihg.
boots or.&! in the mOlt Inclomeut weather with lion of.. 12131415161718 .' 'niI-
_ .t impunity j vLile CoOTnmptionVeo; trevalfnt among .L..MORGAY!, Gmerol Agent, .N 6: :Sanimis' Block Bay street ,Jacksonville Florida.. 18192021232324 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 Pamphlets. !. bat been pit oa the Inland route for th _
J.1!.McEORY. Agent,JackxmtilU,flanercitfiicca ., ;... 25 26 27 2S 31 ,. modation of Travellers aloof the Uae, sanbowiclitekeepasmncbupcuslb
_ the of be thwartod -
youBi; 'tmr country nay by JACKSOSVLLE; -' TIlE SUBSCRIBERS hav.Jat '> Ji a general assortment elDRY GOODS, at their Dew store, JoIfPrlntlng I {&a'B j (2 SLTL L 'I .Law Blank < !, ia

: adoption.v the! latter bante They the enUrely feet to super.eh:5ta Col J.i.Sanunio j.CarL Charles Wilier, FOR CAH, they will leU as cheep as any other House In the collnlr,. They have aJop- ,...ta 4 ',6 '6 '7 8 9 iol t 2 10'tlI21)' )'7 's. ,- S .They. Ant claw Boat*,with Ins State ioort SenuL
; as and besides penpireio. Col.John.Bro ward, 1 t.S&IA' N.Williams Emj.Col. ted the principle or'SIPI4ll FswJIt.-and'tpriCk Rctvrn." ADd invite the attention of the PaUlo to an The attentionofthosewishing 11 121314 1516111 : 9 14 15 fluslnessCardi, and every,comfort will be found ismaOr teovlW

dangerous a.yerj unhealthy wear to pedt-strinos*manner in icy, 1t..iht'r.are'like not ..Henry TimannR, | [Ma.rchT-tfl] examination of their Stock before purchasing et-ewbcre. In it will. be found the following, with many IS 1 1 22 2312 iJ 116 11 18119 20 21 22' b1 the Travelling Public They eouec&wish Ue

AVH other articles too, numerous to mention t Printing 25 1201 2829 30 31 24 &t& 27 28 29 Cards different' Line of Stage in Florida aad
"India rubber.: While the UUtr cuuce. flip feet toIp&r SA\ TIMCI 31ONE2ARTROUULEI Visiting at far
.g SJ1Q'.1ydromen, lA* 4 1Jff I :G'O' IJ. :.1 :. paII. 1 2 5 61'7 XI--I- South ae Tampa nay They alto tormeO with

.,ID ers thin'st.remrlylu-Je'l tike of cork prrpared, peculiarly plaa :. Read (this Adrerf( semenf One : OX done particularly- 8 910 1112 13H, 'OcTa. .::1 2,3' 4 5 G ,Circulars, the New."York Boats and Railroad Liaa tnm tliaplace
l'rlnu. Ginghams I Checks. Linens 15 16,11 18 19 20'21' 7 1 13 '.
: Insid does not increase the site of tb 1>oHtor I s, 11
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*!are extremely'YaluaUel'nt they rosy engage in Florence Silk., Illusion Cambric Bobinets ,
1Wcrcihn.nts '
To ,
TertDItInnriabl : march IQ-ljr
.elerclJetth comfort and c&'ocU.. Their by_ 1 21 3 4 5 j 29 3031 -- Sou therm Wka .
heallby l'IAXl'ItS ,AND O'fllElt.5. Lawns, Muslins I DeLaiiiM, I Crape 6 .. Snow BIlli,
** need I 7 S 9lO 11 Nov'n.L j. t.2' \ -
b to mention bo"aides
: aspenne to Ught.as scarce ; > ) booome permanently located in Char- Cravats Spool (Cotton Cords 13 14 6'11' .FIREMT FIRB1Mr ,
tboM who tronlto them will find their Warur HAVING I Hosiery t1r C.tS1L.1TJ. 15 18 2611 4 5 '6 7 8 9 10 -
- 4 M Jocfor1*bin much p dimln Islttd thtreby.Haroourt I am prepared to do anything of the Grabs Skirts, Oenaburghs, "i Brown Sheeting Bleached Sheeting, 20121 22 "I" 25 ii 12 13 14 15,16, 11 Bills' of Lading, 4 ;3 & THE SUBSCRIBES U
: l. line of a 'fIeral.AGESCY aDd COMMISSION Plaids Drills Orderi'from the fl29293031 118 I92O21222324/ > STAND.hssIag biew ntinlyiZ.
_ Bradly & Co.of London and .l\l nch Ticking I Stripes, -
ntruMcd with the Lusiuois catruiLe4to me. I intend giving tho Nets I Ribbons I JfU. -. 1 -It j2326fl283OBhlinofFare, troyed by fire, he hat removed to 142 afeetaMC
: fir;EIIIIUI were originally Musquito Braids i Staving. Webbing; : .
greater portion tif inj time to the filliDg otCovntryoriurt I Countrvwiilbe 3 4 5 6 1 8 9Drc'a.S -1' corner of Wentworth, the stand
Y'IDUllfaet.ttre bt the rrolM' r by' lamented Wliale) Bone Hooks and I Edging Inserting Men's Shirts toraer118eet1pie4
Eyes ,
_ .3rZtTobe?. and IOOtinntl*DltLnut&ctDrI'. eordiog for. 'f 10 11 12 13 14 15 J6 '2 3:4 I 15 6 '7 8 Labels, b? W. GAYER, ha basisees
-t. Kit anginal Instructions, and therefore rooom- Groceries. Provisions, Dry Goods, Hardware : Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs &c &c.BLllilTh promptly executed. 17 18 192021 22'23' c I 10 1112 13 It 151 in all its branches. =hand Urge -.or&

c! neoltbose; ibo wcmld near'Tho Protpctor," to Clothing, Oots1 ,Shoes. Drugs :: : : : 124252627282930 16171819202122j &c., SC.: mtnt of first class ./all datripti Wu.

_l (,e to their being "aulne. Taints, Oils, Fruit,Liquors;Books., : 1 Hn .. 'i' :tIE1 Jos.F.RoCEEO t : : : -__ __232.al 27128 tome choice .FAMJLJ CARRIAGES bib.
( R4xMI1R: THIS II A STABLE ARTICLF, ASD >O Stationery, Fancy Goods S premly for his Country Customer*,all of which U
7AfEJIf Xutnllr. or anything el6e that con be "obtained, either in Ladle" Black Silk Congress Gaiters, Men's" Fine u Boot, g'A.po''theoarV will SELL- J CHEAP S /OE. CASH or City &oetftlnCl.
Colored Ties Shoes
RETAIL PRICES. thit or JVor/Arrn MarLdt, and through the arraKgcmcnts I S LEONAR.--.JUPJ1'f.
: Chn': SUE . 41SOeach that I have made with the leading K Fine English Kid Slippers, Kip Brogans, : 'aa.ll Felix \T Order promptly andfaitiffT. nifBW.
Lrk*' do. . 1,00 do. House dealing in the above articles I shall be h }French" .* I Slippers, .I A55 ,Livingston, Charlesto;$. C, 1\Of'. -m *- ,

1 Sort'.' t MISSES do. 75 do. able to make purchases on better term thin the U "Goat Buskins. J Enameled and Fancy Shoes, g Tea ATTORNEY S &COUNCELI.OR AT LAW 'S. & E. ;I'M.Gilbert '
I I .w. ARCOURT,BRADLEY A CO., Merchants or Planters themselves could; therebynot u ct Kid I Cloth tipped Gaiters Depository: Jacksonville, E. f. _
.4.oj '. 38 An Street & 102 Nassau Street, only saving them tbe difference in the price of attend to co AC7)4L-? .. MANrFACTUREKS aad DIA
"Kid Ties I Lasting" Congress Gaiters temored to the New Store In Holmes. WILL any ,professional business en-
\ New-York, .. LERS ia an descriptions of CAR.RIAGES .
c. tbe article but also the necessary exorbitant txpenteoftime Building, opposite Dr. Baldwlu'a to him in the Courts of the Eastern
I : rrincTpalWarohonw, 102 Wood Strut Chtaptide, and trouble attending a visit to this Enameled Boots, I Lether tipped Office Jacksonville. CuMiit;and oC the Supreme Courts of Tallahassee. at Ifoa. 35 and 40 Jr'".

i t London, Manufactory. 44 Mtuktt Street JUan City. I will also personally attend to the .tl
- \ ,4 cAitttr England, ing, Packing, Marking and Shipment of goods Boys Shoes I k call Brogans.A WHERE selected assortment of an able Lawyer Washington City as will ensure Our Stock is an extensive one,.aad1 paittastrt

l 1I IL B. ft Co, are ,.Mishlnlt'pou for the sale co as to avoid all mistake* and damage which Childrcns' Shoe, a largo Stock, &c., &. DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as am offer respectfully requested to till M us,M w.' eaa
V The Protector" in all parts America. I'by- generally arise from want of a little attention.In may be placed in his hands against .the United great iiHiucefiwati ia style and prices sad
u .!. gnrwons, Druggists Clothiers Dry Good, addition to tho above I will also aUend to I-T .. Alff: AFL Always received by the latest arrivals,warranted States July any articles' *gbt at our .establiabjaeBt are war.
: Merchants Hatters and Milliners,also G entlemeu's the disposal of any produce that may be chipped : : fresh and genuine. Also ranted in every respect. jaly I-tI

.'''Tureishing 6tore-Kcejrs are entrusts with the to me Any person desirous of making Shipmentsof good awortin cot compriiing of- HENS', LEGHORN, PANAMA, STRAW, PALM Perfumery, Combs Brushes, Soaps, 'Phillip Fraser. Cariage.&. Harness "
''" wholesale and retail distribution of them and to Produce of any kind had bettor write to me and LBAf, WOOL, FELT and WIDE AWAKE HATS Lamps, Burning Fluid, fcc., ATToP.SEYXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW. :Depositor/

I ".whom liberal terms arc offered for their enterprise, I w ill give them ever, information as regards the toether with Childrens' lists and Dloomerl.jII.EM which will be sold low for cash. Jacksonville Via., !2ia.ke AT TIlE wmn DOt"n,

.- aDd a splendid opportunity opens to them for t afead ATarA'cte, manner of Packinand how to ship Country orders solicited and punctually attended 1T7ILL. attend to any professional business en- iThb. .. -"est Caner ef .,

1 profitable business. them. From iiiy long experience in a general : : : : l Physicians'prescriptions put up with care and V V trusted to him in the Courts of tbe Eastern MEETING and WESTWOKTH 6TXZZT
\ Tar terms, apply to mercantile business I think I can give perfect satisfaction espo'tch. Circuit and the Supreme CourU at Tallahassee.lie .- Charlettm S. C. .
nARCOURT BRADLKY.i CO A well selected stock suitable the demand of the market.BENk1IE has also such :
to all end suit the laofijattiaiout tastein to TEAS. an advantageous connection withan CARRIAGES of e'ry deJeJ ptiea at tae'bweM
_38 Ann Suet, New-York. U. S. my "rl tions. Give me a trial in all I uk.- .. Agent for the New York Pokin Tea Company. able Lawyer at Washington City, as will ensure pried always en hand aad no article cold

-I. ; THE CHEST. For my cervices I ehall require a moderate commission : .. T'caof direct importation and of 34 varieties,from a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as such as can be warranted_ ia the fullest term exeetk, by
\ rT JS TBIR nut exceeding ten jier ,.t., according to 'tC a 1-4 to 1 lb. in a package, all warranted and at may be placed in his hands against the United juli 8-tf :
ASTL.DV COOPER DAItl., M.D., the nature of the business. HOLLOW WAR RAZORS, SCISSORS, COF I BUTTS, HOOKS 4 STAPLES, SPADES, AXES extremely low prices.CJTCountry State. july-3 :,
.the eminent 11edaca1I"tlGtitioo8r. hat led a DAVID M. OAZLEY, FEE MILLS, SCREW FILES, POWDER, \ SPIRIT LEVELS, BUTCHER and SHOEKNIVES I: Dealers supplied, by order- Whilden
I I odl ***v: valuable legacy to the world in bis Office up-stairs, 225 I\in- lrelt. SHOT, LED, DRAWING KNIVES, ( COTTON CARDS, BELLOWS fig accompanied with Cash. J. Mciiobcrt Baker Joseph ,

".Great ITeveutatlve ol'Conxumptlon, March 10, 1655-ly Charleston 6. C. S KNIVES, FORKS and CARVERS, HOOKS and HINGES, ATTORNEY AT LAW SOLICITOR IY dealer '.
i ,

_ TDORAS .!.. a1LLtUr S. LAWT05, CAPS I TE1VS SASH 'Charluton3C.5
J 1rit1a.our'the use of Medicine. Formerly of \ Formerly Lavtontille, PLAINS. GOUGES, POCKET, KNIVES TOOLS, CHISELS TAP BOREKS, .r- Foundry Commissioner for the Atlantic and Gulf I, T7EEPS constantly fbrsaie.a CftIeralll.,

\ 'Sir.A.. C, B&rt1 invented and advised the use : York IWrf,S. C, I Veaufort DM, S.C., SPRING BALANCESNAILS, I Ac., 111.,,Abo I States. IV of PAINTS and OILS of aUkimfc,YARN.

-- of the : Sea Island and Upland Cotton, WOOD-WARE such as BUCKETS BROOMS, PAILS AXE HELVES, 4o. I 'Qu' AND aug. &- I ISIIES, WINDOW GLASS aid SASHES.SPTS.
: all personsxifall ages aDd oouditons, as H and Rice BOOKS AND STATIOFEBY- MACHINE WORKS. McQueen McIntosh GIN FIXTURES; GLUE'and BRUSHES of vriouskindA %-

1I and a aofe Bbield againtt consumption FACTORS, FORWARDING Blank Books, Fools Cap and Letter Paper, Pencils, Wafers, Pen Scaling Was w'.tL a selection of Subscribers having made sxtenuive and (nov 2S-ly
,z3roichttli, Asthma. Cough Ould and other afilic4 School Books, Standard Works, and light reading. THE improvements in their establishment ATTORNEY AT LAW,
: Fraser
t tloni of the Lungs;which arise from the exposed AND are now prepared to furnish Jacksonville, }. F. & Thompson
_ .'. cC thechent according fashion and the COMMISSION MERCHANTS GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.A AND.
1 continual changes of our climate. full assortment Family Groceries Hams, Bacon, Pork, Lard Beef, Tongues, Mackerel Potatoes Steam Engines, of any required power, from Smith & Bradford., COIDIISStlli 5-

*'The Proteotor"is simply a chemically prepared sorrn ATLA.STIC"H1RF, CHARLtTOJ5 s. c. Boons Flour, Bread, Crackers, .!., Ac. Ito Saw 100 Mills horses ; .AT TO IIN ia Y AT LAW S ..MERCHAKTSAdgers
Sr. Partner has been in the Facl and ;
far, lined with Uk and padded,, whioh kUf ponded OUR rage WINES AND LIQUORS. Sugar Mills and Korth. m'f: -
: Business about ;
_ from the neck coVers the chest, in so agreeable a twenty years Z tIiIT6 : Iii :EAHC1Ii.l Charleston S.c.nr's .
; '
_ and we hope by experience and attention to give Fine Old Brandy, New Whiskey, Bonrboun Whiskey, Rectified and Common Whiskey. Champagne Hone Powers; J .
_ _.t p -'manner that,onoe worn, it becomes tnecettiiy and satisfaction. March 11-1, Madeira and Port Wines, Schnapps, Ac., .to. S Grist Mills, Alligator and NevnannUle, Fid. 1 n..uER ;piri.L nNUa..t

acomfort. FANCY GOODS. and all other machinery used in this country. WILL attend to all business entrustedo !
_j. promptly
"Tbe Protector although but recently introdn4 NEW GOODS FOR Sl'KING 1H551W. I Wholesale Tin-Ware ,Factory.
Perfumery Soaps, Tooth, Nail and Hair Bnuhet, Dressing Combs, Looking.masses.o.The I Iron and 15rasa Castings. : them. -
<* Into America is makbg rapid progreis through G. Bancroft ash HOUBC
I G. 1L
W Steamboat, Saw Mill, and other repairing, ,. VERONEE BRO
but of offer to attract ,
1 tbe United States, the Canada, South America above which enumerates comparatively few articles our present Stock we I
at short notice.
1 23'3 & 255 Kin Office at Wholesale Dealer iaPtAIfTAyj -
I aad the V/est Indies. It has for a lung time S.C.; Street, the attention of the Public trusting that those who may be induced to call upon us by it will have ty AH mochinejy purchased from ns will be 7-ly Alligator. S I Office at l'ewuaosvDle.july ) JAPANED TAT
been a staple article In England and on the coctinent Charleston no reason to regret tho same. april 28 in in of the WARS
TI7E ARE now receiving our usual large and put operation any part State by this method of informing their frieada
-II of Europe, while it bugrownin many coun- \, V extensive assortment cf competent machinists, when desired, and upon EDWARD BISSELL Jr., TAKE customers that they hare ..
of dress. I
triM to the position of an article
4 To demonstrate these fact enquire of any En- Fancy & Staple Dry Goods, WATCHES JEWELRY SILVEE WARE reasonable Drawings terms.and Edtinutes fumLsmod without Attorney. at Law' large additions to thetr' machinery, and 'are saw

.flab resident in your vicinity of his knowledge of fur Si-ring Trade and are prepared to offer great. iharge. MOONEYE GOOKIN, L D'NOTAnV'I prepared execute aU oideni* ,the above uwitb.
I the 'beneficial effects of wearing the Protector er inducements than ever before to Cash Custom July 8-tf Founders and Machinists. UDLI nealncw and dispatch. Ow Wares ar*alt
AND warranted not to leak and to be ef the
_ WITHOUT ucocn&c TO POCTORiJiOof any kind. Tbe en.r IJ adhere strictly to our established custom Office in Reed' NewjBrlcii ,JSaildlng, : ban' -weikujsnsLIp. -
I outt of these articles is & mere trifle and ,
wearing of ONE PRICE ONLY. 5
one wfll last come ,ean. No one who values the ; Charll'ltonJIUI. O ; FLORIDA mON WORKS. *& .o\pri11)) Jacksonville, E.Fla. [11 Terns made aocojuwdAtlng Country eri r
,185: (Cm) .5 Croods.GEORGE Ill .
t 'kealth of himself or his; family will be withoutthem. Fancy .. r:. W. BIGGS & Co., promptly attended to -'

The li&pitab in this country are pot alone IIARTKIDGE & TIMANUS \p# Jarkiontille, Fla. m Dental Notice. 38> I Also Country Roofing and GtUtrmg ". with
them introducing them. I 0'c A'llE now prepared to execute promptly orders \'.S.BOST WICK would repectful-35ffi? dupatcb.
recommending 5
,I ", but.rapid1l becoming more known, lit I HAVE In store, and will sell at a small advance XX fur Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar Mills ly inform the citizens Jacksonville and iU vici- ,63 STATE STIUE1'.aeutheMsrbt."

q *ale Lsthe.11dromagiuii increasing to mi alnxwt incredible extent.Lact CASH the following articles viz: FLAGG and PaDS, Grist Mills, Horse Powers, Iron and ally, that,having opened an offico in ho aguerian HOT. 13-6m CIu*. & c.
in London Manchester Birmingbiim GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Braes Castings, and every variety of Machinery. Gallery,on Foraytb street,will attend to all bran CHARLESTON HOTEL

_l Liverpool year,Glasgow,Loeds, Dublin,Paris,Antwerp Flour barrels, half barrels and socks; Maccaro- JLo1czr'Til1o. Eas't F1.orc1.a. Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, ches of DENTISTRY, in the most appiovvd. and I). MIXER,

Hamburgh and Burlin, our sales reached 1,732- nit Butter Lard; hams; Bacon Sides Mackierol; WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this placo and surrounding country ; that I Steamboat, and other repairing. careful manner. Corner of Meeting and H.ya* Street.
Thy will continue the manufacture and keep rvKerve9 of aching teeth destroyed without
Cod Fish Cheese English in i jutS
-- 450 pain of corks Soles This the number ; ; Dairy; Layerltalshni ChartttmtS.Ci tf
.W'tar that. year I Loses and quarter boxes; Brandy Cherrle Ct.'ocOo he has again opened at his old stand, constantly on hand, jheir variety of Plows, Timber pain. dec2-2m I S MILL '
surpass HOUSIi
Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value asa I late; Lcmou Syrup; Coffee, Rio.Old Governm Ja- SUMERS' BLOCK Carts Chain, Ac., to which they respectfully invite WILLIAM Al. TUN NO, : TIIOSAS S.NICKEKSON,-

_ .' ". prevenUtive for Coccus, Cou, BUO.HCUITU, Ta, and Mocha, Tea, Oolong Crushed Gun Powder and with a large and well selected stock of patronage. July 8-ly (Late Tnnno, Pinckney4; Co3F1 .) .r .Comer u Mectiag and Qneem Straits, ,
_ and CoKSCvmoK.MEM'S Young li.rson; Sugar, Coffee Porto Rico
U41. and New Orleans Candles Adamantine Jacksonville Blackamlthlng, 3L O.O? O jEt :nlr8 Charlul r S.C.. .
-- SUE pr. pair, 35 CESTS. ; Star and WA itlEtJ WJ UI2W. WA&F .1 '
L4 nI' do. do 30 do. Sperm; }'iorhlaSyrup; New Orleans Molasses; ASDCOMMISSION ( PAVILION HOTEL I "
4 '. .Bors' 4 MISSES' do 25' do. Scgiirr, from $5 to $40 per thousand; Tobacco, SHOP, MERCHANT\ i II. L. BUTTJIRFIELD,.

't ona-'rom the Retail Prices we make avery Virginia, Fig, Hough & Ready, and Yellow Bank; ANO GOODs" I At former Stand of Sedgvick. f Comer of Meeting and llubeta. ,
Jobbers and Pickles I ; ., 1.2 gal. and 1-4 gal. jars Soaps, attention of the Public is invited. Goods direct from the For FlorIda and Southern Georgia'PRODUCE 'julyS C/wn '*
_ \ liberal allowance to Wholesalers ; to which the Getting my ; FURNISHES Pluoghs of all kinds Timber Car Jtn,S.C. 1_ INatice.
thai any storekeeper may'make a flue profit ou Colgate' No. 1I'ale. Castile and Toilet; Worcester New York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as Chains for Mills, Mill work of -
_ < theirs.le. while they are an article they may be Sauce, Pepper Sauce; Yeast Powders Mustard and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. all kinds Sugar Mills, .. AorfA Comercial Wharf Charfcston S.C, I Co.rARTXEBSIIIP..a.r' the flna S. ef
regards Btylo
kept it any store among any cloiS of good*, Ginger Cinnamon, Spice, Nutmegs, Black Among assortment be found |3 *Particular attention paid to Steam Boat anU May 19] And 97 Bay-street, Savaanah,Ga. [6m. I TlIE OrPICKNEY A CO., is tbisday dusol-
'for Pepper, Cloves, Mace, Starch Sal Erato, Cook- my may '
terms, apply to Saw Mill reparing. WhcelwrigUtiug done at shor. ; ved. The'saUlement ef
House and iU 1
Sign, Ornamental PalJtUn affaks 'acted
_ I1ARCOURT BRADLEY i CO,, in j Soda, Table Sat: Shot, Lead, Powder, 1.4, WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do., NAPKIN ted notice. ;fT AU orders left at the store of S. : i agreement devores{ oa ..''
33 Ann Street, New-Ywrk. I.. kegs and raniuters. RINGS CHILDREN'S SETTS Ac, Ac N. Williams will bo promptly attended to. THE subscriber,being now pornuutcntr/located, to whom all BO.
having demands
Liquors Wines &. LEVEES full his services to the citixeoft of Jacksonville persona beiar ia
jeweled )
.-. FINE GOLD PATENT ( a'ug 19-lf J. A. FARMAR. '
,., ... debted referred. .
_ > A Warning. Brandy, Old Otard and Cognac; Whiskey, Rectified II U DETACHED, M Constantly on hand and made to order from pure in the above branches,'aDd solicit a share +
I .,. fjfT !.1aybothnrbornotin your mini tha Monongabela; Old Family Rye and Old II LAPINES, coin, and warranted FOR PHILADELPHIA. patronage..?". JAMES UARKNESS. WILLIAM M. TUNNft.RQPINCXNjrrJ .

: 4 oenteao of fDaiilhi1olopby. that a disease will Donrbon; Hum Jamaica and New England; Gin, ((with i without bunting case!.) CUTLERY. SN.. B.-Gilding, Graining; Bronzing, tc. ,
,' get cured of a can cure it with cer- Holland ant Pale; Wines, Champagne, Madeira, SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do. New Route to Niagara Ira lis, the Grea executed with neatness. and. dispatch. j Charleston. t 3Ut. S, 2SiLfpt. ,
i Uin medtcioes for slew dollars Beware bin you Shorry, Port Teneriffe, Claret and' Malaga; 'S DETACHED M do. do. From the celebrated Manufactoryof; Goo.Wosten- Northern Lakes and Canada. April. 2s-i': 5- S ,I : I ;p

; tamper with your general welfare. Champagne Cider, Ale and Porter. LAPIKES,', do.. do. bolra A Son, consiting of Fare iUffl Reduced. ,
t Te wild aDd vicious youths, why will you persist Faints and Oils. From good makers which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS FOR SALE. 4 I The Subscriber1.
ia dosing with he filthy nauseating compounds daily Paint*White Lead, No 1 and pure at Char. good time keepers. RAZORS, &c.JEWELRY. From Savannah through to Niagara Falls, 828, A VALUABLE tract of Land on Amelia Continue the business heretofor carried 'va
b and dbtaiico shorter than by any.other Route. _Island 5 miles from the contemplated derthe name,of.TUNNo.
proffered thereby impairing your appotie and leston'prices; French Line a pure article; Oils depot, PINCKNEY (CO,
digestion, and destroying you mentally well as Linseed,Salad, Sperm ATbaJe and Lard. FANCY GOODS TilE well known first class side-wheel Steam- Yellow Bluff, containing 750 acres good planting and tenders to his fricada the renewal of his -
KEYSTONE STATE, Capt. ..ILtn- land. There i is on the premises a small vices.
oj b nY"-10.can be cured with a few doaee Hardware. of MONIES dwelling WILLIAM. JL.TUNXO.
_ /onsuwifig Such as CORALS, PORTE ACCORDIONS DIX,sails from Savannah for Philadelphia house, and out houses, a cotton Gin and Gin house, I S .
of$Si4aBt medictucs 1 Axes-Leverctt',, ColliN and Bruffs; Amos' GOLD GUARDS FOB AND VEST CHAINS.CHATELAINS PERFUMERY LUBINS5 every I Sept 213 7Merchaiit'e
You who-am thus annoyed and with to te resttred : Shovel and Ppadcs; 'i.rden Rakes, Planter'sHoes LOCKETS, BRACELETS, AND alternate Wednesday as follows: May 23d: June all of which together with tho premise, will bo -
;. to heath and treatment at I Nos. 2 f G OTHER EXTRACTS FANCY SOAPS, 6th and 30th ; July 4th and 18th; Angnst 1st, sold reasonable.Also ,,8 JGO. Hotel. 81,10.I .
vigor by a once and 41 >m Mills, Saws, CrossCut PENCILS CROSSES, KEYS, SEALS: ,
\ I ROSEWOOD WORK intermediate Wednesdays. As 'regards speed, Inland ono of.two hundred, and the other Uf PFICES. .
\ His SUOCCM in chronic diseases Los been Chains; Grindstones, Trowels Augers Patent GOLD THIMBLES, SLEEVE fifty
It BOXES, PORTABLEWRITIF0 strength and accommodations there is no*hiprunnin" acres containing a Insurant growth o(Live Oak.ALio 4' THE undersigned having lewd this net*'.
Ovens Griddles Pans
reaterthanthMotinyotberpbyeiciaaofbiaday. BUTTONS
Wrenches Pots Fry Spiders AND COLLOR
i ,
I DESKS, tbo coast to the KEYSTONE atrct ,. aieituated in King Street,solicit frees the trareUhug.
; on superior containing one hundred and
who have hoes for adicUtd ith diM. D..1teHooks thirty
4faay years w Ovens Muffle and !:=jcs, STUDS, CUFF PINS, .
RETICULES, FANS COMBS, ST TE. Smooth 100 miles Delaware public share of, t! **
-0iS onequence resulting from excess, have lUng Nailf, Hasps and Staples, Shingling Hatch S BROOCHES EARRINGS, water on acres,adjoining the Beaton.tract on tho StiUry's patronage. Hoard' .,
BRUSHES, THERMOMETERS < : day single 30 ets. -
and River per ; dinner
_ .' bee restored to health and vigor under his really ets. C. U. Hammers, Manilla. Ropu; 04, I and 1.4 GOLD SPECTACLES, EYE GLAS. Bay ; only two nights at eea. Cabin Rver. Apply to I, EHim only.
J2Q $S.
tcientifie treatment. inch. '. SES PLAIN AND SETT RINGNS, Passage, ; Steerage, JOHN )!. IONS. Agent.
_ jBUrriow; be .S TEA BELLS, This Line, in connection with the Dew NorthWestern Jacksonville.;May >,a955-tf 'W L M. LAWTON&CO.S -
A.personal ,objectionable Saddlery. CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS c. Together with various other articles too numerous Rail Road Route from .:
afforddj -
pUtejemr-Auea I."rlt-e five dollars Sad.llcl-Medcan; Kentucky, Spanish and Wagon Philadelphia For Sal ; FACTORS'AND' 5 -S S
or Real.
i-:; address' Dr. W. IL MORRIS, through the Poutf ; Collars, Kip Split and Hog Skin| Paddod SILVER. WARE.nenuon N. B.-CLOCKS, WATCHES,and JEWELRY Route tho from shortest the South,.cheapest to Niagara i and}tncatMnterefiting Falls the Great -, TI1E- SUBSCRIBER offers for sale or rent, COM1rIssro'xER'cNANTs. S
oflioe, BaraoaahiOa and a package of uedicines, lUimcs, Green llaimcs; Blind Bridles, Cart Saddles COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT : No. 13
), S thoroughly repaired and warranted, at the shortYORKSTABLZESSERTANDTEASPOONS Northern Lakes and Canada; passing up the Valley 2Lbis dweUing.bowe w the vicinity of Finegan' Souilurn Whmft -
.will beeent .
ecurely put up. privately and with and. &eechlng.Domestics. tit notice. tjT TERMS CASH. [oe&28-I, of the" SchnylkMI by Valley'Forgo,' througI .ill/oo Ilogans. Creek?which It the Eastern boun Charleston.S.C." >-, 1
despatch,foil of directions.therewith, and no ones.tioas SUGAR SCOOPS, SALT.AND MUSTARD Do.. ..
asked. and Reading, the famous:Coal regions of.Pennsl.-' dary of the Town. The house u nearly newJias iTTm.!! Lawton, .t \.M.Taytsr,
Oana'bnrgsCoweta Os..ego| Denims Ticking Elmira and commodious out houses, a good well and is "n; Waiaright Bacon [ .JOIe.r.pw.
Williamsport, and ,
:' diMaaee Canandiagua, generally
1 'r.rsocatlving at a afflkted with Pcrcfnla and Marine Florida Factory '
Old Uloen TeUer, Caaoen, Piles Fistula in *,Thread.Shirtings Stripes, ; reaching.Niagra Falls and the Great Suspension a desirAble and pleasant residence. ; .'jnly 8 S tf
t' 'Goods'! New !
'. L New Goods Bridge in sixteen hours from Philadelphia; traversing S WILLIAM MOONET. .
_ --Aa Orarel Strictures. GleeU or any disease whet Wood 'Yare, &e unrivalled ic the Jacksonville April 28, l8 .
I a
country and
.ver vtu aegravated or malignant character,can Buckets, Paiuted; Tubs, Cedar and Painted ; grandeur S H CO3I3IISSIUN [MERCHANTS,. ;
J Ve at home by consulting Dr. MORRIS,.ty Well DUt"bt.DaU Boxes,Noah; Brasher,Scrub, : beauty of its to scenery.intermediate Through Tickets allowing Land f9r'! le. {, 1 4'5 )for the sale of, ,
'q 4 tetter post pid eocloeing a(ce.; Shoe HOle and White Wash, Brooms, Wiret AMBLER & HOEG passengers stop at points and resume "" Flour, Grain and Produce ,Generally,'
_ '
.. )ti.dkLp&suaJct and safe, can be tent per mail Hearth and Wisp; Seine brass and wire; Axe their'journey'at pleasure, for nl, by the THE SUBSCRIBER,offers for sale 1000 I JulyB CAa7' "OIl*S c. "" -. U

to lay part of the United StateL Helves, Matches Bed Cords, Plough Line,, Have jaa! received their.Fall supply of Merchandize consisting of Agent at Savannah. }are from Savannah to N. Fine and Hammock I.anJin! Alachna __ I: .
A : }Falls the GEO..ABBOTT & CO.
Parttcalar attention given to the treatment of fe- Clothes Pins Table Mat Suspension Bridge or Buffalo. 128; to county'wbich'wUl; be sold at a bargan for '_ '
-4 npUuia. lAdies who Le afflictei IIARTRIDGE &JIMANUS expect to keep a .pnD1XEtrn: : m :nyij: :: Flmira 126; to Canandaigua. $27, cash if applied for soon;. Any information can be i AA OS Etut. ay, (appetite &.&iJaTJ/)

1'with IrregvlaritiM Flour Albua,may or Whites Pro. supply of the above articles always oa hand and : :: r Xt A rent at Savannah, had by addressing me at Falatka. .' I Charleston S. CTi .
.ppn(J $Uteri,or Falling of the Womb, would do will supply Dealers and Planters at as low rates CORK FLOUR, BACON PORK. HAMS, BUTTER. LARD, '*. $; Mayl9-6ia. C. A. L. LAMAR. feb 3-tf S __.J J..AR Q\Y. SPIRIT GASS Dialer AND nr CAMPHE3IE.

well to lay aside all false delecacy, and promptly as they can be obtained in Charleston or Savaa With a full supply of FAMILY GROCEixIES. -' 850 RCWARD. with
.-UtU Doctor- Cures warranted. nah with freight added. Salamander Lightning ,. RAN AWAY from the Carolina 'Lamps of every. ;description' the; aase
'. .dTAnUUen to reeeira attention be Jacksonville Fla, MalD. 1855. steamer AL80 '
DIY'.Goods CONDUCTOHH. I' whilst laying at her wharf Jackson- and American
English White Lead Paints
.,) O''aDlllah.; os1rk1 *jeo fftfc Addreu Dr. W. H. -'Iorlda. Republican copy. These are the only Permanently Safe Title, on or about the fint of March, but a I .of eyery,kind, Linseed and Sperm, ,

sa FROST & BOULTER, Of PRINTS large and well assorted stock LIGHTENING RODS negro man named JULY. He I U of black complexion I July 8 1011 Glass &c. .tI
f i1tJlCo. D'1aD atreet op. I a yet invented. about 25 or 30 years of age, and has a Patty, .
patte july2y General Commission Merchants I Linens BonnetRibbons S J surely countenance. He is about 5 feet 10 inches :
Ginghams, .Shecting, THE insulation Uporfv ct, and not subject to CONDW'fJF.NNINGS.t.Co.t_ _
_ For' ,. lab. FI.irJ4 lH 101 State Street,Botton Mass. DeLains Crash Taffetas impair as In the case of those of ordinary construestraction. -' high. 'J.Iias wife,U :living at Falatka, and he is SADLJ2RY, COACH UARD1YAB C.
PabUa end Internudiate landau.6EMINOLE pay strict and prompt attention to Bale Shirting, Tho article speaks for itself, and the probably in that neighborhood. ,,Tho.abovo.ire- S No..l65MeetiDgStre. .. ,

WILL,LUMBER, .TIMBER, 1 COTTON and AlpacasOsnaburgsj: Hosiery Florence Silks' interested In the secur'ty of their houses, will satisfy ward will be given by the subscriberfoc)".appre JutS Ckarlestong.C. ._ ,
', Capt themselves hension-and confinomont in jail. JovluonvUle, or
'Iocyau other Southern 2roduc. .scot by calling on'Mr.- A.M. REED, .
) .
,wm proceecll.o Wola3ia on Cashmeres'DresaTrimmingHandkerchiefs Collars delivered to the Captain of the boat MATIHIES3EN 0-HAEA; -
Lady's Fla Mr. WALTER
of.Jabksonville KIPP
.W e4Dee4ay31 aad continue U make March 31-tf, IiM. CLOTHING HOUSE
; rega ROYAL BOULTER. ** our sole Agent. for. .the. erection.of these. rod* in COXETTER. : "-, :
_c lar trips to that place .*rery other Wedneadatbanahw Blankets, &c., &c. East Florida.' NOTICE, ;. S Eaat..DalCOI1Ier.Qs::
)july 6V" at
until farther DOtke. l ;' 0 Charl ttna;s.c41
KocHcnbaugb. DWYER A AraillNBAtGH.E3TCAUTION those .
baring any claims 'against the-on.
rr .. ) ; ALL
frelgU or applj toBtlE -
p&Mtre.. A CEXERALCOMMISSION< qLpTHijviG.A --.No cue is authorized to use wilt please present them at once, >\\AJUDLAWr[ WALKER,,*, BUBNSIDB,

frI .r.FOB.SAI.R CANOVA AI'IIc' MBROHATfT assortment oIVESTSAnCOATSDUSINESS"OO: TS SACKS and SACESTEES OVERCOATS our patterns East Florida,but bar,above namedAgent. thoseindebted to the:Irm by1 bonk accoun\ 1 Cotton Factor and *"". t' .
fine '" I '
TOCL08E A CONCEHX.aehiaea 112 Ptarl Street. WT.p SHIRTS,,UNDERSHIRTS DRAWERS, COLKARS, CRAVATS, STOCKS Ac.; ; iih3II: ), P:4it.4. .SIn 'will S 4 please' "settle the some as soon'as possible. f 4-COMMISSION North''ArtanfieWhari MERCHANTS,">'
AREFUIi attention will be giyen to' tales of .' '
ALV&1ILE3dACflUc RY for CarpUter r ; 'STVDS : : May 12J;'1855 tf--S 5 I Jull8: 'a' tt
I \J Cotton Rfce tmaber,1- Timber"' and ,, WWL 4 4. .the Circuit Court of the Eastern : .CA4rlutlJlJi, S..C.
; 404 JoiJAer/ work ; ; Sugar, !
oIet'ef1'delerlpUoD lacla Circuit of Florida. 'C r T J S c'- ..511TXLwg8s
other Soulbern ; Take Notice. -- --- II. W. KINSMAN
Produce. S.
I .Pran eASU STICKING and MOULIflct G Also/Merchandise purchased 'I" \ I S ,
I. ,wtn work inches wide, (3 tUei.) Power on mont adrantageoas terms. july8-tf Cedar iaInted. BUCKETS, SMSSasBififfl and, StGAR In ChancerySetweeii,. That-an persona aro' bere!"D tie.f; that the' "
I KDRIICE, Pot BOURINO.for beary or light :.DOX. nELVES W4SU : Doans r''MuioB Complainant, ) Bill for i-Li partnership formerly.existing,between'T. J. has In afore us immense stock ft.

Mrkrery aiaple. FCROLL SA\V8lk J.' Holmes, i : '' H '' :. '1 Jons N,hJlo" Respondent ; .S Divorce. _, UcjcniCKS,and JAXZS H,,Cnzss and.known as WINDOW'.SHADES, -
-.1*Aia i ."arj- flu 20bone: ENGIXE-ear1y 100 SlrUt.1N/r.' ":T..t! ..'i' ,I, )."' :. :.4 3.S.&.&. ,81 & 8HSS8._ '. v\: it.te.;; ; ., B ILL of Complainant being Alc4 jft this case it the firm of.Hendricks .:Chess,is this 'day-diasol"vedjsand whiub he is now Offering at prices such assent ." .

a*.tMV, (aOt.by .Cataefoo; 'McDernnd&iliutard t WILL'pay-particular attention sales of Ye I- ..n.J. *. "' lote"assortment of 'all klafc.o'.fcVKJ; ..appearingto t the aati tka..of tho Court ; that ""alli izons owing -sail firm'will great inducements to cnstomara'Lace ,- /
Tw.Wfoet BOf LIKS and FURNACES,eomplete Pine Dumber I that the said Respondent reiidos without the State makepayments to none otter tI1&T m.'OI'my au-I IttrIed. r .- "f

Hvftk fin fcara/Jso. other SOU1 HERN TIMBER and PRODUCE and f rBtr o1 m'Q1 S I .' '..:!. :-44 ; On motion of Charles Doward Solicitor' for Complainant agent AlSO t.h4t eJl persona,a t hereby 4 anS'ilwlinCurUina,Satin! DeLaaes, past*

Lit .:aA* tnformatioo .ut be gay f ven, by ad: to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE. 4 WB.SD : .dlo. ..1:0, .' taOrdcrtdf : ... \_, ; warned not to sell any goods, other property,1 : a ks; 4.c.allat a great,bargahv, '. ,. JuIa.tI .
ratafi .' S :' 4 .\ That a:bearing of the ( charged said firm "for I *win'not'iyesponilb.le''for such .
< U July7-tf
t ;
( ) O.1IJ
port p
.y MarA U 4t!_ I ...au1eet.i LOPEZ 8. C. fAII;. BRUSHES; SOAPS, PERFUMER ,.C LOGNE&C.. .&' .:' oJ'! In laid. BUI Gel Complainant had.at'a term of tale. '' --l-' ."'F- *. is-5 1 i ..- & G.COURTENAYJ. .. .:

toO J .. ... -. -_- -S. I Twenfr-Cre,1"UJl'Donl"Steam with "lI"'J' '- 1n( :ur' 'ncv:' : ;jljll'. this Court, to.beholden at Jaokaol1Y1llodathe ;.%Jlwitt keep an agent at Magnolia for the BOQKS, STATIONERY 'JC1I.JaP;.

I..c JrJl& l 1855.. 'Q'NE Ac ; Engine_ *' 4.1tf'.h. I'n ': E n.':'" .S )8 County(. Duval,-pn the \ifirst.Moudayj.ia.July collection of debts and dlapoiatof.the.remaining'' '. -f' .PUBLICATIONS 'S.- 'l
eIJ'/: EA11AY1LHAYIII J t J f flrrO.u.t.u Pipes .f __ : 'E' f : next and i thMsaidYrupou4en4&.appjplead i ,i\ property, for the benefit of the creditors.; i" juljS Not 3 Bfoad fltreeVChartee o a&C.t_
Seven Hono Steam Enoae abd been; market white
_-_ 'T- Boiler complete. Tb largest asuortmmt'that has otrere4,in this consisting of common ware, answer,.,or..demurr to sa1d'Bi11of1Co. fJ".1lQDRICXS. I -. '
;PAIn rASTElUf' )ATBctr.EAOLETT ,-. ., -- ''* V S Granite, Mulbery and Marble setU, Glassware Preserve and JProit Dishes,'all Itle,and qualities plaint on or..befo ,said day'or decree will there __. :1 U"'JESSEN..t. i

I .$ 3" 1. "' ,' O'J' dent had and respon : luUcribejt re pectfuUyInfbms/the 1 QUO.SBQhRS &cf'
-1 i : appeared wan in IDf
RDWARE present court. ,tpttbUo
L It to maBece-iarf'te'rpeV ftt raperbr oB, AH the above machinery maw.aa4 well made. .1''fa further Orde ,,.That a .of above .that ho ia prepared Accommodate a fy(: No.- Bait Bay OiaslistesLCM
-1. li. .'| f Eutara Day u motnatod with VorthJUrerH andwiUbeaUdlowforeMh., :_ ,T: ,,Selected.xpre alj.to supply tbe peculiar demands of ibis market, jooi for bailing. _aDd1arln. .,. ord f be pubUshed ln some public copy DeWlpaperpllb tho limited number of fanuliecv or single persons'wit] -_- ._ ,4
I ,."who barf both arUcies. .' t '.Appla., WOONEY.&GOO KIN.; puOSC444C&JOfltOTI' tools 1*, Ac. : S lished In this 6UU tot the' of three months,,1 good bor.rd"reaaonabl&.ratoa S '. S W. 0. BANCROIT A Co,,

1* I fist ,0 .baJ.1C.btrU bees Applied"r1l'bt )ayI2.trTomnders I A MacklnUUi I h. .,. ," WINES 'XIQUORS "., 1 erdr4 the'day op ltod for space Mid hearinie.S -> : .Tbft house is situated ia a pleasant part of thf S N1''CSU.JOBB1NOflO1t5ENo.2335KInjStrccLI:
; "4OLDZA1DT' : town, corner of Ocean andtonroe streets JaclwnTUl -
It kaevs u blppinf or Koril Kim Hay, ,Copartisenhlp4otlee. _. WILLrAM.A.JORW.AR1' ,
_ '' '
,l, tltfU*wlkh we art aUempUag to drire-Im. th 4 : ThiJ.reigned ban otcnd Into a Copaiteer __LANirnTirand BOURBON: T, W&W.:o.I caabS Judge*f the Circuit ODin ct .ITofid*. e. 3 "." cCOY f! S S $5 S. CWial-.B.'l eIAo4E1v.flnER'k _

L ,. "..igrtatrododBr-vnperiorvtlole vf E*I-. shipfortbePgscU.ctLwS., 4 .A.IIC. ALE PORTER, CHAMPAIGNE CIEDR **, *.. ,.. 1 ,ru> ill tho Eastern Circuit of Florida. t :A January IZ6.. +tf.55 .".t.u .4 t s&t I_- "

: ".Jlal1..U1. .. .J': UEmnlcmTosU'.' 'J '.'7DE Bv< vJMj>*.wt> Jajr.-1 IbIlDd,for the presentU the. nor >*lldij>| treete4 for temporary Ma'ch11295& .A: .. :,,(1 -- ./ ,: HOXlCTORS .
S S *E1t'C
,*.1 I .,. ,ELLIs 6 LIDWITU,. e 'FRANCIS I.4fraKATON.t. ase.the sits of the old stand destroyed by Ire. They bop to ope the year 16551. lbs large andUgaot ,1 do hereby oortlfy,thft the foregoing a true FA 'A, b COMMMrSfON S"
[ ,4' r '.T I1tiu. lfoV. "" J _" 1 itrteti wjiioh b la mntf of ereeUoa.. .y W ; ;p CJlAlI'JI8 "6' *** "
19 e1 itora or&er Ooea&aadLBar ; DOW copY of the original order ia my offtoe.X ?. S 'lAaJ1IA -BoAJ.Con.uT" )" .. l. .r : ,
\ 's :T;:; j1TICE. li1i- : ,._ ,..u.'If''dt''H .rh'' : -, H.TVST.oetw5s -. rt'U.t:1"S55.-3Di": '. "'GE07STONE.l .zc'J&. }"! 2&1855.J : ,U.nr. "hllIQCUWft1"T';" 9--'S."

nBSC1UBla, .. nppt tCbIk7E1P1,4 : .': FARRAR r I -,_ ..8o4mJVfater.ioQODA .. ...... ._. -- -S-5TtLAD1tA Ii--herb''i''Ll'given gal: an< aueumtqthatcckofthIsConspssy--5 I .. .- waefU
: : tor. 1.ote br CaWc& J .: toee'JD'"t,i\, ... u iDEALKH8:IN ,TTATEK-d* ;.:. with OLDsRORT-.WIN OLD NOTICE perceDt ; :. j: S

___. ... .1.fflP.1..'l )1 laget] , *from .1 ro toSOctsC tf, pound *** kJ fljWW rf l .dUc J..o;. ;...w UJ.1SR&NDY AN 6CIIIDstU-SCliN1PpS1< bw been made pavabh)upon. the twenty-irth cf ",0,0"31 SJlt1".BRODa' :' GJALr. ..

1IIt1at4101"'Pl.L aR.kja2sVopan7U. t- > J..Ccntt East Bay aitb.eosuteroiiaruightM . fzpruilyfot'1mc41calpur, .- at June. neat.- JQ.W..CALL. 'M18.' 51I1" Q l jlA.}"

_-t__ r. I I .. .PI... -. ..-- 1 AS to" AtIiLY.. > MaylWl; ,'_ APQTnEC IlT,'HALL. .J.t1l' & j&I.; Ajira28, IB55.-' T;I'OTJIECARY. HALL.. May 19-3i APOTHECARY'IULL. may 0.td StcretA". .jtniI,9ie.T,

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