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: January 12, 1856
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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tbe mails. cither franked or liable to ;. 4
; that it would be by V
I persuaded
also the am fully
; furThe commission i which that contemplated Warrior at Havana but has paid law to low rates ot .< I
treaty ;
with the law of nations peremptorily that, no postage by or very
limits into difficult t devise superior
time 10tlJi thereby system .
far beyond its treaty claimed indemnity for I
""S IESS1E. reaching bids not but.our own citizens forVdeiermining the rights of sum as of the postage compared with that charged oa rq, .,
and that of the BayIslands only foreigners of the United by which the fiscal business government
the State of Honduras inflicted citizens :
riESIE of to the same to fit out, withir time limits of the fishery in rivers and mouths of livers on on Is now conducted. Notwilhstaud letters ; and to the great cost of mail ser: .. t ; V

Ci1ZtflS (I the Saien4 appertaining right United State vessel to commit hostilities the coast of the United States and the States. of the vice on railroads and by ocean Bteamers.h ,
a number public agents
Fellow : State.are as distinctly colonial governmentsas I British North American provinces has In consequence of a destructive hurricane ing great of tho Postmaster General :
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Ilore the Unite The
of'he ltprtenlatrt. State with which disbursement it is believed suggestions
against collection and
therefore of
and any 1844 the ,
Cuba in supreme V .
thuse of Jamaica or labors which visited '
Unib1 Canaca. been aDd has deserve tho consideration 'VV .
the organized the
SltlSpr"ides i to increase including on subject .V
cuntitUtb0 are at or the checks and provided.
( well that
issued decree guaros
the as Stats island
of -
The to
very & pc there needed i authority
shalL an.nuaUy contrary which : Conr. -
aslmble vessel intended to complete of returns of ,:
that Conglsi the United ofany the monthly
with forc for the
the of the convention the importation
spirit of permitting
the service V .
December for
Monday of ( for such hostilities against a friendly State. further appropriations for considerable :i
tbe frt the President to States, as it was at the"time of ratification, another period of six months, of certain building render it scarcely possible any INTERIOR. I': V

Ind it bli iJICH for of char- and now is understood b\tbis goveruunt nt. Whatever concern may have been felt by I SCfaSUU.IOt'ND DUES. materials and provisional free of duty ; but fraud on the part of those agents, or The report of the Secretary of tho V TAJ ;

no communication a public The interpretation Vhich the British cither of the belligerent powers lest private evoked it when about half the period only neglect I involving.hazard of serious public tenor will engage your attention. M well V 4 '
II1e the and Rl'Pn"Itl armed cruisers or other vessels, in the ser In pursuance of the authority, conferred of I'J5I l to detection. I renew, how. V .
Snat and of citizens escape
to thus in assertion act per had elapsed, to the injury I for useful suggestion it contains,As for the V
ac advl e.ll their ra.lincssu (v."ment. of : be filled out in the ports resolution of the United States passedon heretofore made
VCI until this in ascribing to the contention, entirely vic one, might by a the United States, who had proceeded to ever, the recommendation, interest and importance of the subject W I.L I
1 have deferred to tisuge "ili uf this : to depredate on the the 3d of March last notice was given to of the enactment of a law declaringit .* V V
it changes its character. While it holds country pl.pr- act on the faith of that decree. The Span- by me, which they refer. w4** :'
nin clol'.tthe fr"t m.nth) of&.CS'liul) in ty of the other all such fears have i ito Detmark, on the 14th day of April, of the indemnification to felony on the part of public officers to V :':
it a great meastvlcnscft ish refused Tho amount of public !an4
until t11 tt'I I' to our ; government aggregate : ;
,.. avail itselfof .
; nlt # Oar intention ol ibis to their books ot recordor >
---- prtit those. be utterly groundless. ctzens. government whenit insert false entries in
Britain iri-m until recently the last fiscal located
my CUI"-- of mire 1 Uivat the parties aggrieved gold during year, V,
!. dllllarg tht have been withheld from any such the stipulation ohhe subsisting convention account or to make false rcturna. and ..( ,4
laniS to(M p,1tpoue t which constituted the consideration of this was assented to, payment being promised with military scrip or land warrants, taken _
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by tlc UJKHIlicliV"Jent by good faith, and by respect fbr friendship, commerce, and navigation also them on the termination of
purpose due requiring
into the amount
the inlUel for entering t"l conven- to be made so soon as up under grauU for roads, and selected a*
no gue Congress fur the law. between that Kingdom and the United their service to deliver to their successors '
iu ascertained. lands States.i
It is judgment, be million
by twenty-four
imjo-Mble can
Stte of the Union, and IiII. the lairs of the Union are thus Slates whereby either party might after and other objects of a swamp
of all books records
format'1SS te Mirh the United Slates to acquiesce in such a Whie Satisfaction claimed,for the arrest and live hundred and ftv-seveii thou.mfour ,

) iE&j'consideration cuntructiol of the rMll'ti\'e relations of peremptory in their prohibition of the ten ,rears terminate; : the same at the expiration search____ __ of ihe__ steamer El Dorado has not -public nature in their custody. hundred and nine acres ; o f which i the V I
nl'e -'y-1 or armament of of; one year from the date of notice n Derived our public revenue is in chiefpart
Central America. equipment bUigelttcri- but there is to as ,
: 1 the twognuTiiments to yet been nccorJed, reason portion sold was fifteen million seven hunpdred I

that the Tu a it-newed call by this go\eminent sers in our ports, they provide for that purpose. believe that it will be. and that case, with from duties on imports, its magnitude. and twenty-nine thousand five hundred : 'I"r

"ffKtterof clntrtulAtlon Britain, to abide by, and carry solutely! that no person shall, within the The consideration, which led me to call others, continues to be urged on the attention affords gratifying evidence of the prosperity and twenty-four acre, yielding m'receipts ; :
iu a ca- 1 1r upon Gr.1 of the United of to that convention but the
jilic i territory or jurisdiction the Congress I donut not-only of our commerce. of "
il tr.ului I into clicct, the stipulations of the convention of the Spanish government. the sum of eleven million four hundred III'
of lr..1Jrt) "ace.Vo.riCN aceoiding to lU ob\ious import, by States enlist or enter himself, or hire or and induce the Senate to adopt the ondon the hope of concluding with other great interests upon which that de and eighty-five thousand three harp .ii J:
BEl.lTWW.-i ':S'THAL A! Ekfl'A. withdrawing fn>m the pussc-s.Mon or colonization retain another person to enlist himself, or resolution referred to, still continue in full Spain some general arrangement, which, if pends. dred and eighty dollar In tint'same per :: .
to beyond the limits or jurisdiction of force. The convention contains an article, of The principle that all money nut required J
returns Wfam.tycotuuc tttX- uf portion* of the Central American go it do not wholly prevent the recurrence iod of time, eight million seven honored .
\h1tt the UtittiI t.tl'S aU (or- I btatt'S of Honduras. Nicaragua, and Cotl the United Stales with intent t b enlist which, although it does not directly engage difficulties in Cuba will render them less for the current expenses of the government and twenty-three thousand eight hundredand :
lit : in the service of the United States to submit to the imposition should remain for active employmentin I
Ltlut'n cd or any foreign shall tof
ol thviiiiTa occur
with sotwe quta.t.oIII Uica. the Britibh gernment has at length tntlNc frequent, and whenever they fifty-four acres have ,been- surveyed f r
.gh ,Clomlil"llcl ID Je Ilq thc atlirming that the operation of the State, either as a soldier, or as a marine or i of tolls on the vessels and cargoes of f.IClhtatu the ir more speedy settlement. the hands of the people, and the conspi- but, in consideration of the quantity already '
&FC ) ivplivd let. into from the Baltic from all
seaman on board of any vcssel-of-war, Americans passing or cuous fact that the annual revenue I
uf ( nly, and not re- subject to entry, no additional tract .
Cungn' treaty is IWuIJeCtiVC privateer. And these enactments during the continuance of the treaty, { MEXICO. millions of dollars !-
of or exceeds by
i u ter uurauc. sea. sources many V
tlie most iiup-utant abandon contractany have been into market.
qu.i-e'Grvat Britain to or i brought
If rl ,1-ieMum has
a're also'in with 1; be construed of this government and
arisen out of thc ntlia- held by her in Central strict conformity yet may, by possibility, as I The interposition the amount needed fur a prudent The peculiar relation of tbe general -- : r''
ih.t wsth has possession The exaction of I I invoked of its citizens on affairs I
that submission. been by of
in refcixm-c toconcluded the date of its conclusion. the law of nations, which declares no implying many economical administration public to the District of Columbia rcn >. "
tired America at
Lllll"lIl Uril&1 buDstitules issue in State has the right to raise troops fur landor those tolls not being justified by any principle account of injuries done to their persons cannot fail to suggest the propriety of an ders it to commend to cater '' .
a partial proper
Ct'utrl .\IUlrl{ Tlls reply without itscnsent became the for which the Mexican republic of the tariff your
international and
betffcenh sea service in another State of property, early reision and
its material also
law'uit. but its moral .
by not
of the one presented only J -
Ii the t'I'enlln on the 19lh of A.nl| the place United Slates.general The Bntie.h I and that, whether forbidden by right and the duty of States to is responsible. The unhappy situation of duties on imports. It is now so generally interests, including education, more capecially V ;

IU ptn-ruuKni covenanted that "clh-\\ the the of glcrn- law or not, the very attempt i relieve themselves from the implication of of that country, for some time past, onceded that the purpose of revenue in those parts of the district ouUida

1,5ti. lwUi |Ilarlit T ment passes over question in Cen to do it, without such consent. is an attack engagement on the sulject\ so as to be perfect has not allowed its government to give due alone can justify the imposition of dutieson of the cities oi Washington and '
fortify CIll.llZ real George
or Britain or V
occupy: ol SllppCt the in such consideration to claims of private reparation the impost ,
tr i.'tr" il.Miiinioii overWujrua lrcat she had on the national; sovereignty.Such free to act in premises imports, that. in readjusting town. V ..

,.r a V.ulll t.erCII U-ca: ,, the ny coast, I i such; Amcl'ic and the date of the treaty,' and being the public rights and the way as their public interests and honor and has appeared to call for and justify tables and schedules, which unquestionably The commissioners appointed to revis '. ; .4 II. .
toBu 1"e\lto
\ rights such matters on
I municipal law of the United States, no solicitude demand.I some forbearance in require essential modifications, a departurefrom .to
Aua-nca.11 the and the laws of the District havr
codify :
.?-. orl "f Central I that thur rights comprehended protec- that the United ; of this But, if the tariff isnot. ,'
l.f | of on the subject was entertained by remain of the opinion the part government. the principles[ of the present t
uiiderstnnding i the made such in the of
l Indians txtendcd progress performance
uaIhf unJ.uLte,1 of the Mosquito which have **>
| tornhip the movements
when since the States not to to payment revolutionary ,
this a year ought anticipated. their task insure its Ira -V
the Balizc lu
making in-aty, and limits of g"cl'lmcnt u completion
MHKin theorganization .
IKL 1.1 u:1 jurisdiction much because of occurred in that republic end in .
British Parliament an act to of the Sound dues not so lately
Stati of the loruvrrMuli. Islands and passed prviec ARMY. .the time oreseribed br the act of Congress.
c.lun..of Bay ,
itu-' -il'111t i-JVMiit and the the for the enlistment of foreigners in themilitary their amount which is a secondary matter, of a stable covernment urgentappeals
\ .- '.1 I \ t-Ier.l'i: .' Aiiu-rica and the entire thereupon proceeds by implication( to infer, service of Great Britain. Nothing but because,it is in effect the recognition .a-----to its- -justice will then be made- The army, during the past year has been Information has recently been received, jzp V.
\ d..ul... l'.K-'! Ci-P.rth )' of treaty Leul.rd actively engaged in defending the Indian that the peace of-the settlements in the V V
: oi\ if the for the :
1.:1;1 vI) : nj' that, StltlatiOns tie on the face of the act, or in its public of the right Denmark to treat one of the and, it may be hoped with success, Territories of and he.
t b.1tt& ( Britain frontier the state of the service permittingbut Oregon Washington ... V
: may citizens. ,
r ''mpll.te il'"j"n..clc'; :IHl ) fltlU ,'llct : that British maritime highways of nations as a redress of all complaints of our V
... .,. .. .".: ct'd c"1 uat ti&t&.t, .----. tu (.,iItintI( to ( the cutestd! portion history, indicated the government great i .i .il' :. __ AMERICA. few aud small garrisons in our permanent disturbed by hostilities on the part of tho* '
t 1" A'> ICI Iti proposed to attempt recruitment in close l sea, and tne navigation 01 u as a CENTRAL .
Indians with indications extensive
The com
The United regiments
; the America. fortifications. ,
;: Central
ti: Mi..f il'*culicr! iiieMUt alc of admit cither.the or the United States ; nor did it ever give intimation (privilege for which tribute may be*imposed In regard to the American republics, authorized at the lost session of binations of a hostile character among the .

HIt. t-.fiw ; nut in tll'l li.\\ States cannot We deny iulirenc, at of such intention t this government. upon those who have occasion to use it. which, from their proximity and other Congress have been recruited and OrgiDized tribes in that quarter, the more serious .in 4
Aueric" steadily
ctk.ii) "I .:;". Cl11lt of .4 the lu'tmiMs. Great JSritaiu had It was mater of surpri-e, iheref This government on a former occasion, '. considerations, have peculiar relations to and a large portion of the troops have their possible effect by reas jn of the undetermined .-
.. a.l I ticttj.t Itfl the date of the treaty, its de- ,
s.iu i ,
: I(111rll. to find that the engagement not unlike the present, signalized this while it has been my constant .
4.w. !_ \. u.vMA .' theie, other than the linnte re, subsequently, government. already been sent to the field. All the foreign interests existing in.those
(; H. l.t'I'C u".N..I any IM/bs"siou1 of within the United Icrmmaliou to maintain the freedom of the aim strictly to observe all the obligations .
which attention baa
persons Territories
kId the Balize. which devolve the military establishment to
of the wmentiwii establishment at duties on your
( ;
tlu .'I I .l and in thc British and of the natural channels of friendship and of good ,
pcniuL' to to great of political
Mates proceed seas
been invitedEfficient
been already especially
had Hala have satisfactorily i.
tmieUU-i >e e.\ that if any. they per-
-.ai 110 u.iziah'1 "al and the of Nova* there enlist The Barbary Slates, had, for a obstacles to this have Arisenin .
navigation. neighborhood incident have been taken which it i
ol Cei.lralAa the convention. province formed, and the dangers'and privations measures *
,.,." \L:; stln.J H Ufitain an> jwrt or the L uere Miriendcred by recognizing the obligations in the service of Great Britain was goingon long time, coerct-d the payment of tribute some of them from their own insufficient to the character of the service required believed, will restore quiet, and ailord protection .

""i--, lit. uu-at. UILc This government, of desiredtu extensively with lilllc or no disguise. from all nations, whose ships frequented 1 power to check lawless irruptions, of have turuisU.ed additional to our citizens. -
course troops
; :.k:. of the trata immediately ta- the Mediterranean. To the last demand effect throw-s'most of the task on
Ordinary legal steps were which in and of Kansas bare-
restsic- faith both evidence of their zeal In the Territory there-
cnr.semsteJ ti in by courage,
.. ,.t' C.ut bee it l'X"'Utl. good ken to arrci>l and) punish parties c mccrned. .of such payment e by them, the United the United States. Thus it is that the meet requisition which been acts prejudicial to good order, but fc '4
tti-d t., a ti.l co'anmry' and in the discussion thllef"f depredations capacity to any
.1.1 10 tt parties, which mightasnrt and so put an end to acts infringing the [ States, although guttering less by their distracted internal condition of the Stateof their make thorn. For yet none have occurred under circumstao V

eo':I. t.t: ..&t "l.1u : au.l 1 1. luut'ulr Inll'l.li.'O hal nut'looked t rlJht&,the we in conBidetalloii municipal law and derogatory to our M Vereigniv. than many other nations, re- Nicaragua has made it incumbent on me the details country of may the military upon operations the ccs justify the intcrpuaitiou ot the fod- V

e. ";" .' te c..ti.a tl..t: indejien< treaty and I Meanwhile suitable representations lurned thc explicit answer that we preferred to appeal( to the good faith of our citizens distribution of the troops, and additional era! Executive. That could only be i incase .V '
... .,.; tiit: Muie .1 .I"a. dour gvngraphical jKJiition the and thus opened the unlawful intervention in its l >
otte'l addressed to from
the lo tribute
were war to abstain
Uui f-r tI&. which create (ui Uinlati.lo on subject provisions required for the military service of obstruction ta federal law or, of or.ginized .--

''J _I I.iLt. iir.Uui. .t!_ fllect of In.the of other .irlllstanC'R.Central l American States. British government. way to the relief of the commere of the affairs, and to adopt preventive measuresto 1 refer to the report of the Secretary of resisteuce tu territorial lair,assuming .

stt.tflI't: ,(Uii'I'r.-*l4 to the of of Thereupon it became known, by the ad- world from an ignominious tax, so lung the same end, which on a similar occasion War and the accompanying documents. the character of insurrection, which, it .

comrntion, 1"ultl nt".u ccludeJ di/fl'fnt/ from those any s"erlcnt aisli'l of the British government itself_, submitted to by the ware powerful nations bad the best results in reassuring the Experience, gathered from events which it should occur, il would be my duty: : .

i>> iii.uctearwtg. : draw recruits rem of the Mexican States of Sonora and
thU: understanding on the turllc British government-, in its last comluiiiiication -- that the attempt to of Europe. -" peace have transpired since my last annual message promptly to overcome Wand suppress. > i _. :
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N the this country originated with it or at least If the manner of payment the unudues Lower has but served to confirm the opinion cherish the hope however, that the occur* V UW
lliat )tIr *- well Califurnia.TREATIES.
iiateii m ( knowing ,
of I lie l I IIUJ'IL' although but it also from that of the tribute formerly -
sanclion differ
nnl had us ali : of the of making of such untoward event will b* s
then propriety rence
Jrl with the ra i.1 ,views of the United States, still nlpru\'al had States still expressed any .
ccciretthat in it the ,
conceded Barbary I I
.f c..uICUI..II."u.the convention it was didincllytxjjriicd it sees no reason why a : public agents to has better Since the last session of Congress a treaty orovison. by a retired list, for disabled! officers prevented by the sound sence of the pet** a

that mutual cO\tnantl of enable the two governments "Dlrl nt instuctions" not to violate the their exaction by Denmark Each in no its origin of amity,commerce and navigation, and and fur increased compensation to the pie of the Territory, who, by i ita organitf j .
the spirit may nut law of the States. foundation in right. was '
inteiidcd applytu to atibfaclury municipal Unitd for the surrender of fugitive criminals, officers retained on the list for active duty. law possessing the right to dctennidV'their 7
ii-occupatiuii weie not t to overcome o\staclt" how it should but tax on a common natural -
) understand a
t&tabhehinenl at the balue. of It is difcul to nothing with the kingdom of the Two Sicilies; a All the reasons which existed, when these own- domestic institutions, enti
who at
the iJmir.li adjustment subject. have supposed that troops could b right, extorted by those were with Nicaragua recommended on former oc tied while deporting themselves peacefully
be ascribed to the of the correctness of the construction treaty offriendhipconunerce, measures were *
bured the free and
'his quahlicalion il t A raised here by Great Britain without that time able to obstruct secure free exercise of that and .
.. adheredto and a convention of commercial' casions continue without modification except to the right, mu tbo ,,
f.ct Uul in Virtue of Kuccvh \e Itealieaw.tUpretiuus of the iVeaty consunlly The unmistakable of it but who no longer ;
law. ,
of the this and resolved to insist latiln of the municipal enjoyment ciprocity with the llawaiia kingdom havebeen so tar: as circumstances have given to protected in the enjoyment of it, with

Mitvivigus country) by gnrnlel' United States, yet object of the law was to present possesses that power. negotiated. The latter kinglom'and( some of them additional force. out interference oa tne port of the citizens '
had oMained concession the assertionof
tea Untam a desire is every such act which, if performed, must Denmark, while resisting our the Stale of Nicaragua have also acceded The recommendations heretofore made of any of the States. V
cut mahogany or dye-wood actuated also by the same wlucl in studied of the Baltic Sound and .
of the law or freedom
ti be cither violation the southern line of thu Tefritory .
international the
of Tho boundary
; exclunion British remove to a declaration, recognizing as for partial: reorganization army, are : +
the government make
die llaliie, but positive avowed by of it and in either alternative, Belts has indicated a readiness to
evasion ; pghts the principles contained in the ala.) renewed. The thorough elementary has never been surveyed and established.
k1lt douiam or vreignty ; and thus It all causes of serious misulcerltmd-i. alike injurious to on the subject, and i
be arrangement
done would -
i the act some convention between the United States and education given to those officers,who commence The rapidly-extending settlements

tuiilym* the natui-al conslruclion and all un-the ing bt. en two nations and:kindred fsl> it has the boveignty of the United States. has invited. the_ governments. n. interested L __ ., Itussia of the 2'2d of- July- 1804. These their service with the grade of cadet, in that region, and the fact that the main
of as to ot interest
dclii4od) mipurl lime treaty many consider an In the tneanlime. the mailer acquired additional including l thc United States, 10 oe represented treaties and conventions will bu laid be- qualities them to a considerable[ extent, to route between Independence, in tho ,Stato '

.tlt uf.10 region to which the ItlvulitiolLawli. appeared t me proper ol| the not to hope importance, by the recruitments i in in a convention to assemble for the fore the Senate for ratification' perform the duties of every arm of the service of Missouri and New Mexico, U- contiguous '

amicable solution controversy the CniteIStates not being discontinued purpose of receiving and considering a pro- but to give the highest efficiency to to this line, suggest the- grobabilujrthat .

iLl '"'tvtr, became aj'i arcnt, at an ear- less. and the disclosure time fact that they posilion, which she intends to bubinit, for TREASURY. ; the practice and special embarrassing questions of jurisdiction

lv day fuu'entering UJKIII the discharge o( There is, ho\\c\'cr. reasonjto apprehend, a systematic plan the capitalization of the Sound dues, The statements made, in my 'last annual artillery requires '
the actual occupation were prosecuted upon I I study of many years; and it U not therefore may consequently arise. For these: and!
liiy fuuctiuns, that Great Bntaii that with Great Britain in oilicial that recruiting and the distribution of thc sum to be paid respecting the anticipated receipt .
pn-M-ui anal i dcVi-eJ by authority; message, believed to be advisable to- maintain other considerations, I commend the aul. ,
Hill continued in the exerciser aSlrLlvnd of the disputed territories, far rendezvous had been opened in our principal I as commutation among the governments, and expenditures of the Treasury, have in time of a larger force of that arm. ject tu your early attention > V
null peace,
Urge authority in all lhal part of Cen- the treaty therefore practically cities, and depots for the reception ofrecruits I II according to the respective proportions of Lien substantially verified.It than be usually employed in the duties .
called the Mosquilocoad rights international and to and from the the of the Secretary can COS3TITUTIOSA1. TIICORT OF TUB OOVtSMEXT. V
tra .Aiaenca commonly a nards our I established on our fronti.r ; their maritime commerce appears from report the service of field and _
to ,
the entire length "f long remain undetermm the declined in behalf of the the Treasur .that the receipts during appertaining _'t. ,
and cotering cn nut the the whole business conducted under Baltic. I have of mom artillery._ ___, The duties of the staff in V
the Slate of Nicaragua, and a part of Costa ed. without involving in serious danger supervision| and by the regular cooperationof United States to accept. this invitation for -------------------a--------- y..o-all its-various- n branches belong to the movements I have thus passed in review lue'geneiah V 4-'

Jlica; that abe regarded the Uahze a her. friendly relations which it is the interest to Uritish officers, civil and military, some the most cogent reasons. One is, that from all sources, were six tyti"emillion of troops, and the efficiency of an state of the Union, including such ;ipirtid** V

I.t absolute duui'm, and was gradually exte as well as the duty of both countries in the North American provinces and Denmark does not offer to submit to the three thousand nine hundred and thirty in the field would materially depend ular concerns of the federal government V
limits at tin of the cherish aud It will atford me The complicity the question of her right to dollars and that the public expenditures army V
dui2 its dJln" pr scrv. shall some in the United States. convention ; the ability with which those duties whether of domestic or foreign relation. at. ;
of Honduras and that she had formally sincere if futare elforts undertaking, which Sound dues. A second is, that for the same period, exclusive of paymenton upon
2itii*! ; gratification of those officers in an levy the discb:rged. It is notas in the case of the it appeared to me desirable and useful to, ,

eluuz a considerable insular group re.-ult in the success anticipated hCI'lo could only be accomplished by defying our il the convention were allowed to take account of the public debt amounted to are artillery a speciality, but requires, also, an bring to the special notice of Congres&... -V
than the aspectof still and ,
Bay Ulauds and belonging fore-wilh more confidence our attitude of that particular question, million three hundred sixty- 'V .
Luu'n. entertain.RECRUITMENT. laws, throwing suspicion over cognizance fifty-six intimate knowledge of the duties of an officer Unlike the great states of Europe and Asiaj

of n'it, to that State.All the case permits me now to neutrality, and disregarding. our. territorial IL it would not be competent. _to_,_deal.__ with t".., five thousand three hundred aud ninetY- of the line, and it is not doubted that, and many of those of America, these Unitted .

1 ilce act or pretension of Great rights, is conclusively proved oy u the the great i UUrnalionai: i principle i mvuitvuwhich three dollars. During the same penoc1the > complete the education of an officer fur States are washing their strength neitlKer .

Britain being contrary tu the right of the of the discussion be- evidence elicited on the trial of such of affects.the right in other cases of payment made in redemption of the either to the liAe or the general staff, it U desirable in foreign war nor domestic strife--* .

State of Central AIIlrlC and to the manifcl One other subject Stales and Great Britainba their agents as have been apprehended and navigation and commercial freedom, as wellas public debtincluding interest and premium, 'that he shall have served in both.- Whatever discontent or public dissati* .
of her tlie U. Iwt-cn the United the officers thus implicated of to the Baltic. Above all, amounted to nine million eight hundred
stipulationsvith of that access
tenor Some is attributable
faction the
of the which the convicted. With this view it was recommended on a exjsts, to imper :
Slates, uldrltu by this government, grown of out the war in attempt winch, she is engaged are of high official position, and by the express terms of the proposition of it and forty-four thousand five hundred and former occasion, that the duties of the fections of human nature,or is.incident tov -afi$ l *

hare I,uadt subject of negotiation exigencies Russia induced her make, toIrAw many of them beyond our jurisdiction, so is comtemplated that the consideration with twenty-eight dollars. the beginning staff should be mainly performed by details all governments, however perfect, wh'tcb' V
with t at
through tbe American Minister 1.1 l.ond.ii. the Unite States. that legal proceedings could not reach the the Sound dues shall be commingled The balance in the Treasury 1 from the line ; and with conviction of human wisdom can devise. Sacli subject! '

I transmit herewith the instructions of luiu I nrl.1 from and bellied |iolicy source of the mischief. and made subordinate to, a mailer whollyextraneous of the present fiscal year.hundred July the advantage which would result from of political agitation as occupy,too pabttat t : 4. .

on the 6Utjet and the OU' e"ltloelc{ U- It is Uuited the; .Slate to maintain unptrtialntutralil : These considerations, and the fact, that the balance of power among thegovernnments 1855, was eighteen million nine nine hundred and such a change it is again presented for the mind, consist,to a great extent, of exagcr A f. '

Hntiish Secretary for ( the of was not a mere casual of Europe. and thirty-one thousand inevitable, evils ; .
tween tM l the wars winch (1'01 lime the cause complaint the consideration of Congress. ation or over zej dn? H .
Foreign by which you "llJlrl''ttht ) during of occurrence but a deliberate design, entered While, however, rejecting this proposition I seventy-six dollars ; the receipts for social improvement, or snore imt4nIfl.grievance -
Afi"I. thin powers
the governments \ltd alil to time occur :111 great the duties of with a full knowledge! of our and insisting on the right of free first auarter. and the remaimnj ::receipts NAVT. having but, romato connexioar

a* to the coustruclion of the the world. I'vrloruiing all bulligir- laws and upon national policy, and-conducted by transit into and from the Baltic, I have expressed for: :remaining' three-quarierZ amount The report of the Secretary of the Navy, with any of tho constitutional functions or. :

irrlcileabl., 1,6 eilect on their -&IJ neutrality towards the respective| expect them responsible public functionaries, impelled to Denmark willingness, on the together to sixty-seven million nine hundred 1 herewith ,submitted, exhibits in full the duties of the federal government. aTut "-*' ,.

tire relations to Central Amenta. enl SLatIla, reasonably lawful me to present the case to the British government part of the United States, to share liberally and eighteen thousand seven hundred naval operations of the past year, togetherwith whatever extent these questions exhibit i? I
Great Britain ko cuUktmeit the cm'cntiml not to inieilere our the ex- in order to secure not only a cessation with other powers in compensating her and thirty four dollars ; thus affording in the. present condition of the service, tendency menacing to the- stability of the* < .*

to unchanged all her pre of its bncit5 Notwithstanding of the wrong, but its reparation.. for any advantages which commerce shall all, as the available resources of the current and it makes suggestions of further legislation constitution or the of th Uuion I'
releicnu integrity *
a lui"taI : .-," .- .IIUBulities, our citizens '" *'_.._. ?_ t\. expenditures made the sum of eighty-six million which attention is invited.
pit:tensions user the )UI.it Oua t, ? >- ---- continue The subject Is still unaer aiscuasiuu, n I hereafter derive from fiscal year, to your and no farther, they demand the considers lit W :
yiul (. tain Use individual right al will be communicated to her for the improvement and safety of eight hundred and fifty-six thousand seven The construction of the six stream frig- ** 3
ald in different parts .r llrrc.Thei by land or by result of which by I ation of ,tho Executive, and rtqc&te to be.
lo the M their accustomed pursuits time. the navigation of the Sound or Belts.I hundred and ten dollars.If ates. for which appropriations were made him "
to V
by Congren.
I.s'uu" c to'uchrlrlctl"U' in presented -a
are founded JII.tuli0li..I tin the assumption lJllict sea, at home or .1.u"dJ subject only the laws ofstar you I repeat the recommendation submitted lay before you, herewith, sundry documents to the actual expenditures of the first by the last Congress, has proceeded in the Before the Thirteen Coloniea.becamafta ,
m Lists relation as be in which views the current fiscal year, be added and with such ,, j V
of manner
rrklkin between (i..at Britain .Ud special trealeeS1 to the last Congress that provision on the subject, my quarter most satisfactory confederation of independent flthay "
of nations, or satisfactory for the remaining -
that .
i1 f Indian n ihut oiL, usage of a commission. fully disclosed. Should no the probable expenditures expedition, as to warrant the belief associated
retunant of a is sovereign made for the appointment are more I were only by communityv f-
trb and it out the Secretary '
entered into at when the "lolt o,unty clay ini|>oee ; and jurisdiction er, in connexion with Great Britain to sur- arrangement be soon concluded, I three quarters, as estimated by they will be ready for service early in the trans-atlantic origin, by geographical pos4tion "
.. 1 1nnot right uur territory line which call attention to the subject of the Treasury, the sum total will spring. Important as this additionto I ,
boundary coming
of Sp.mi. i that and establish shall again your and by the mutual tie ofcommoadeipeodenco
t w&a a cloli.1 p'meiiiuii cither ot the belligerent ,
fey hundred and
be of such measures milliou two still remains inadequate V
Us successfully cuiitroveneJ, *uall not Ina.L.. of their armies, divides the Territory of Washington and with recommendation be seventy one our naval force is it on Groat Britain. Whca ;that
. ij the public' law of Europe| and America, JrLIt., "r thoii trnblt fleetS, the levy of the contigious British possessions. By as may appear to be |required in of the or- tweniy-six thousand eight estimated to the contingent exigencies on and the tie was enndered, they severally aunmed, i 4 '

io6 ibH acts of much Indians or their (lie *> n of out of -.....? ,,,.r lho. extent and importance of the der to assert and secure the rights forty-six dollars, thereby leaving an protection of the extensive sea coast the powers and rights absolute selfgovfernment.
$w the tilling 1
, | II.u
(or their been imminent far they are affected balance in the Treasury on July commercial, interests of the United
eric as
could comer ou Ureat Britain troops other i in dispute, there has United Slates so vast | The municipal ,and social,huti4tutions V
! V c.ur critr by or against ..1, or any I country collision between> the. sub- by the pretensions of Denmark. l (li, of .fifteen. million. six. hundred and States. In view, of this_f..ct and.. of thewisd of each iu laws ot 1 ,
rights. _. danger L-I-I property and of
ay j these VT -
.n..n. I ., ..... and of
,iuc act or j ol war. AUU ;.1.;... nfjecta three thousand eigni i uunureu acknowledged w of the policy a
r allege tne IIC 'JCIIL uniain arid time -- TRANCE.I V twenty relation, (
and it
nll&does not ali.u "individual of Great personal even political organi*
Art of neutrality, dollars and forty-one cents.In increase of the +
claims on the able rigUis including their respec that sixty-three gradual and systematic navy such
Spun a< thc origin Stales will under no the United States, announce with much gratification estimated expenditures of recommended for the zalion, were only ai each ono choosa
4 the contrary national the Unit in that The prospect the above : an appropriation is .r
She Has, tm Lire authorities quarter. adjournment the last Congress to establish, wholly withoutiaterf nncafrom
.t wt. ,ruU.tICalurrlder. ha contributed since the the present.fiscal year are included three of asix ,sWam sloops-of-war.
treaties re- thiscovernmeut construction
of arrangement between other. In tIn .
and IUCfh'e the laws of a speedy then existing any languageof.tho sV
jwi the question, the last instalmentof taken in executionof
\J iu sides forbearance dollars to meet to the steps
pursuance tll plcy. both million In regard
L(MWc'd and ntliuquwted Vntutiula. (l their citizens hitherto to induce on and that of France, respect.ingtho for in the late the efficiency Declaration of independence, eachjtato- I V
United dtalvs d. what each millions provided to
\ of promote
ufjnr uc:1. m-1 recognise i the ful and auv.ercij the belligerent power to assert by force, FrencW-vonsnl at.San Frincisoo, has the ten million the act Congress had "full power to fc' y war. conclada i.
: bell wvitherotthe of on with Mexico, and seven seven of the it is unnecessary for me
Continuance delay that treaty navy, estaIflai.
the and
iu t determined contract alliances
t.lI S m take as right. V
I u |" uneul' contrauanJ of war, or to claims in been satisfactorily and thousand dollars appropriated entire concurrence peace com
articles hundred fifty than to
&&cztl I IUU.H.el t -e pivtcfujuation 6 of war or Suldien on board their the part of the two governments to act and the relations of the two governments con- account of the debt due to to say more observations express on that, subject merce and to do all other acts and things
munitions on .in the
hulLout HI UwAud t'III.' alinoiign 1- the matter will increase thu dangers be of the most friendly nature. which Independence States may of right 7 >iA
llt for tratirportatiou ; ant tinue to sums make'an aggregate in his
< privatenip which two tho Secretary report.
, lUu rfiu-dl) adjaied, were, at. 1"- taw individual c lUn difficulties of the controversy.Misunderstanding GREECE. Texas hundred and presented by do." The several colonies differed iq.dk :
doing million seven
U Ufltm1gaiutL .1u so exists a* to the extent amount of ten POST orricx.
ont I1It4 Ly tat some ofLiit been and reduce the mate, in soil, in, natural productions, irf religion j V
persuii which has pendingfor expenditures
1..a.11 Male-, List'ieijisibte vXpoae his profserlyur s value of the possessory A ooestSon,also, fifty thousand dollars of the
and the
AW&i'tCLL& do involve character It will l be perceived. by report in system/lot ucationin Iegis1z i
: C..ut.1 uazards of war, miss acts and between the United States actual or estimated, fur ordinary -
j ) aci-"r ut all tl lie auCient J1- national neutrality, nor ofUiem rights of the liud.W.B y Company seVeral years ont the of sixtyniilliuu Post-uiasterUeuoral, that tho grow expenditure lion, and in the.forms of poji.tic.il administration '
of of Greece, of the to sum V
urvaub Sound Agricultural Kingdom growing year,
t-4 in that 1iieytFk auj the .- the property of the Pugelt's and the object of the department the last fiscal ; and they continutt ta, dufer
tJil I1ou. goverumenl.luuft. authoritiesof V5j ix Jn
r.tdlt..J luiphuttc public huntlted.and seventy
eive by
ofte four
in treaty sequestration,
our :
to p-irt CompanYt'rcae"ed of the nine hundred and when <
million these
I Jiui au4ed| only 1 theImk uunng Ino fsrogiv5 of the prvociit to the Territory that country, of property belonging thuiisand.The .: year, ,vras nine, .. '__ respects they Voluntarily allied '
aflerward.. Britain relative h d red .
without Great mree un aaufurty.t.wo themselves States to theVtvac V
hare with thousand *
ght oq
I..nb.a Athens and at Jhecommencement. isixty carry
consul at the
"i.1 :our of debt
'_ (.4 11. AUisIiC .,' been'the subject *
1-- orboth cora- had + '
: Rica; Dld they / that cession of the rights which making ta excess of expenditure The of that waiwa&to 4 :
.1m.rLVtl t\.e 5 cJt If qt all tu'er. regardless which 'would heretoforehas recently been I million five, hundred and.eighty ty-six dollars, object disenthral
extent, notwith. ane Our to the United State,l was forty of two million six hun the United Colonies from $ V
...artJ DAniel over receipts foreign /:ru
_'1t" "fthe Unitut S1&I.ei.. of the destination 'uf anlctl. fT .I.d ....,iu. >.t._.means of terminating all settled to thu 1! ,satisfaction. of the party, .interested three thousand six hundred and thirty-one twentyrsix thousand two hundred which had to bo oppressV3'and'tseparate ,
'IU-lt. been 'and t : tui" --- ----- .L made of subsequent dred and prcrod
CJ ; have overnments deduction
'J.I.JU" of :- 1.1C"E1 wer.&Utwc4s be obtained on reasonable ana ot ooinSPUN.g dollars, and the cost of mail
gb.4.n caat by U'reat BnUin ,andu questions, can the-whole public debt and six dollars; and. them pertinently from the moth;
Lit s44t ur- be, Urgely employed. anel. with i'view.to. this end. present payments, that six the result ihe
( >it- during year was political
1\41 ".\ mkrlCltlc pro \ terms ; remaining at this transportation V country;
France in trl' of Con- federal government I -
:. tAlet1 .t Ol* u.I.I.1. uf w ) and trl'1fUlg, to the principal the subject to the attention ,With Spain, peaceful relations i are siiiaintainedand of the .ban forty 'milliondollars. hundred and seventy-four thousand, nine foundation of federal wpubficvbf*the V t

'Cljt. t'gieL1Ui W4 \ some progress has,, been lime is jess. and.fif't .twu dolUrs greater thao -of the coloniua, constituted "
J ul1hAfl t and in bringing grelil. certain ,other hundred white men S -
.1 of
fwQ :'.Jl rnH. Uv4. i tl.C: l l lj '&t ol tucir military*ick u.iiuwijud.uldters ; but colony.of Newfoundland, having en-of made iu securing the redress of 'wrongs :The.jcmiunt MJWUAtmg to two .hundredand the:,prefiouB year. Much of the heavy they era,distinct'and Tocifrocilly. j ,

t. .. .iNtI': :Oll".IIC' ofI 1wIiu of our "luercantiie$ lane-. uut acid the laws reouired by the treaty complained of bysthi i government. Spain nieut ,ticks thousand dollars referred expenditures,Vwhich, the Treasury ta dependent,. State governments A*' Ibf 'V
(& t'l.&. > is yr .uc4iune of June 185. U traced on the dlaao.we4..and disappifcved futVy-three is to be ascribed to the whether Jqdian: : '
.' u r. 1,1" the mtcruational or by ,our the 5th ; inSrcounowTih has not only outstanding hassince thus subjected t3.VIlbject rsxxa w JUri-- :i m
bj U
".I'p, Ju I'le'uf interdicted in respect.w-commercial of the officers who illegally; to in my last message of matter the vtfo and:brare of that : i .
S :i 'j Wt i r.p fl!.1.pte..ik.'nj:. & '1" 1" ofbu luuuicipal law neutral;arid werredi&mytc.prumnit with Hus ia.- the United States, as the the seized conduct and detsJned tho ,steamer Black been paid.' large quantity. printed conveyed can, BUtestnoo- "1 **

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Tiber British North American provinces. N 4
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enpp-d in no I I- __ _
extravagant It'has I -.l-
) been -
cbeuw of social change& left them matter of painful regret to But the good sense of the and: If the ,-
as people friends -
they of the
Slates U-
r writmod cc cunspcuous far their constitution nro to I feel sured there is __
tbupreserved tbvnudre services the vital force of the I not solitary Geor'gian The President
constitution Mesaae.
t1t and\ in founding thU Keptiblic triumphed have another struggle, its enemies 'could 1 DetaIls ot the-1idi;
.. ; indqillih1r. ; ; by birth-or otherwise who will ; imeu;
ptentyt'uw Ufa anarchy and thc over sectional prejudice and the 'politi not nt \Vo make no for ;
its s excuse
big present more
), .. rrt,ntturinjp civil: war*; which have J advantages disregard their constitutional cal errors of the day and the State of Texas that of Stat acceptable issue; than I j with us exclaim r -* a great man hath fjl so large JRe are enabled this week .
prt-j ,
a whose of to
constitution a portion sheet : (
I failed..iu other revolutionized European1culonits j obligation* *lo *1.. Although eon- returned to the Union as she was with social embraces "a clearly i len in Israel" Let us do honar to his our thU week to the readers with a more tiW.i umu
scions of their inability to heal republican form of government \ memory !Atlanta! EramiwrlJloritoi publication of admirable'State tbenffaijpftheSOth
America. admitted institutions which !
I and her people had chosen being excluded froiu paper. whh of
the Union because no
ialpablu social (
4" When CMufederaini States found it > which| evils of their oxvn, and for themeelvcx, arid with exprefS agree S its domestic institutions VVe a ,reo with the Charleston Mercuryperfectly I prove' interesting to rrO; .
in he
arc I
convenient to modify tlio conditions ; completely-within'*their jurisdiction ment, by the re-annexing that she all may and evening of the Jllst air tUthetiLs.eaI
act. t
olj| respects with the remarks of ,
comport the ideas of cony that nah
I their,, association, by giving to the general hojteieos they undertaking, wytgc in of the reforming nfivusivo the and domer L should be susceptible vt sub-division& into what is wise1 and expedient entertained in t [ jl'ctos;: jvitrnal in full : / f reporting anivc'd sit at the Yt. MjfM} ba

guffcnimcut direct iu ; a plurality ofStates. y
access, some iv& n-cls. some other State. Fresh party ( ?,
>tic from This I led number
tf ihe'pujplc of iuetitutiotm vf, other States wholly Whatever groundless document, although it has not or xvuum'wd by the )
) the Siaieh a4 such, they : advantage the interests of the imputations of breach of (kith yet lcdiaj
prcttded to fraiuo the beyond their control l an-1 authority, lii Southern States as such this against others been recognized by tho Ilouie one of the party, Uaker .Cc
existing coiialiluff i the vain rtiruit cif eudi. 1>\- fln>in <.iitin.li- ; gained by u&vnwill commence tho agitatouof JACKSONVILLESATURDAY : of Representatives hammock; about tj lYing
far infeilor
were fifteen
in results'as unfold this anl tn
; they S new has
C> question with indubitable therefore been
0 t1ImttaIIubIe viola root the Ft.
O and I Drum
thotiglit: which delegate O which they may not Ie- ed in of time tw llu which thou roa.I.| Col.
; WaRe only cuichjp prugrrftt "c I of an mado the 1flW
express subject
t. 'compact between of
.4 i XT8 was necessary and: "to the ; gaily attempt to compass, they peril the sprang from previous concession made by independent sovereign the JAN. 12, 1850.Jsv congressional action, ately ordercd'owl the stmbelei
j very existence of the constitution powers of the United has been disseminated inules were attached
; execution tf and all the South. throughout the
ptciiic purpotes urin other States and of the country volunteer,
.i Muni, iwreUiu as much j the counties benefits which it has confer- To every thoughtful friend of the republic of Texas, and has already formed the ward,and Baker was brought cu,
as possible con- red. Union as xvctt as of the older ar.d GETTIS E basis cfpubL'aopinion r iou,
L I While equally solemn rs is
the people tof the q, authorized As nt to I er about 7 o'clock
southern tins
aiautilly with ) -to true lovers of their neat
thru in
a purposesof th j indend i States confine theIr country,-to comjiacts,Vhich assure the'equality of all make collections. aiMl'rcceive and regard tn both our internal hurl morniu"- very
attention to their all who receipt far enb- a had
|* m {Hiwrrs Cf tho individual States.nr own longed and labored for the full success li. h. and truck his fc-uife *
external affairs.
uuaiia, iiui (- erptiinl.! % for lliiljborongh The! impression itlias in the !left txvas -
} (ljccts of > j fsuiumg UUICUUtIV IU liuer- 01 uns connfjr. pocket of this
ct remon: defence grCaLCIC1'1mCIIL 01
aud becurity | rcpiioueaii I DutDeplorable would be S pants'rf
they iutrusted to the general meddle xvitli the social institutions of the inslitntions( ,..-it was cause .'f gratuhtmn huh oi compact in itself and in such a.viola- : made has been, as far as we have been itt; further injury than ttakino'acont S

: govcrntueut northern! States, too of lie) inhabi that such all its direct TIlE IXDIAX able favorable rcsciiiblin; a ball **
1 cvrUtii catvfully dctincd functions tant of the latter many S an oppoitunity had occurred to consequences, that is the very .1 wt of DISTURDAXCI judge, not only but re* knife handle.; wound, cjiii3 .j by

lrungalloihcrs 18b theiiudelcrated rights ized in Rhsoci.nlions are {permanently organ S illustrate our advancing (power on this con the exils involved. When sectional agita We give to-day] the particulars of the markablc. We do not think that any pah I Holland During Friday night .
cf tlio to indict injury on the tinent and to furnish and C.up'lVilIiaina l
to the world additional
S etarate independent 6uverciU ties. tots shall have succeedctT in : lie document within cainc
attack the last i
Such is former by mugful acts, which xvould be assurance of the forcing on this upon the command of-Licnt. Harts- ten years .has hurt. Hersch, Co. K. ia
S the const i tut tonal strength and stabil issue their was found SS
4. theory of our cansc of xvar as between can pretentious fail to be met nfl detailed more impressed the mind t rt. Uenaud 1T
govertinicur, the practical obuerxance o// foreign poxvers, and ity of the constitution. Who would wish I by counter pretensions ? Will ; as by the Florida Peninsular. general with it* express rider; upon

S k S which has carried us, and us alone, 'j only perJH-t tail to be such in our system, because to sec Florida still a European colony ?- cut States bo conpelled not ditler- We have not been hasty in coming to a: force, it, originality, andi its suitableness; the fact to Col. Brown, a party %vas
among rated respectively to chaIr
X. L- taodrru rqmblics.thruugh ncsrly three gen I It is cover of the Union. Who would rejoice to hail Teas as a lone, meet extremes Amid either extreme conclusion upon this subject, but have than the message of President PIERCE to j him dispatched ti> Ls; rescue,i who
: erations of I impossible to present this subject | star, instead of one in thc : g.iljy in. He a's
t.uie without alaxy/of htatcs? its was
the point what is"that this
S S cost uf one 1 as truth and the occasion Who carry B-J far forth I waited to see a confirmation of the present Congress. i but, a. the others '"
require without does reports
drop .of blwod! bhed in civil war. With not appreciate the incalculable but desolation of the Union ? It'a t With .. _;. .. ..named, ciuch.
the new reference r. ; i.-
freedom antl concert t>f action, it La noticing reiterated, but groundless, nl- i benefits of the ccquitition of Louisiana ?- State formed from the of i j formerly received, and to hear the particu-I to our foreign ifTairs. it f fis -----
> ena territory the
) t bled us to a iilend kuccesbfully on the asserted legation that claims the and South has pers.stcntly And yet narrow views and sectional purjx>- United States, be absolutely excluded! j mari. I, v re iei iu BIJ in.iv U i; Ut. iILI.. il comprehensive and very complete; and I having hst his shoes by traj-; --'VI-.,

i( i battle-field against foreign foes, has elevated -; iu the practical administration obtained of advantages the all M.-S from would the inevitably Union. have excluded them I from admission therein that fact of ilstlf rupture and we hope, a final etrnggic with on the only subjects which arc likely to swamps We have to avoid taku dejection.n<, l.ttle Uen II
feeble colonies iito powerful states, j eral goxernment, to the prejudice of gen- But Cuiititutes the disruption of union between the Indians in Florida i.s about to take excite serious interests, the President has from the vana3 pains to
and the another \er
S Las taUed our indiittrial) struggle on the same point it and the other States. ioii3 of the
aud jirocluctioiie, Not ill, and iu which the latter has .ic-jtr.es- ensued, when our victorious of Hut the process place. AH the facts of the late outrage,indicate taken a position which commands the approval statement ii hizh. m.iy be
our dissolution
commerce which armies ieftirtlml could cunsiJee
tiau&ports tl.eiu. tn J 11 t i f id t1i.. 5f.9ts 1. K .. ... not stop tt.ere.- ble. The ri
*iI>. ff.ktu Xfiirh settled both of following'
.ii.l1 political friends and
it *l t.'viltii1 fill I \\flll1d, hut H. Kl'ftintlnt ,ff>fM uin Iirrulnitirr a nuritosc of hostility on the "oppo ? tho reselt -..

S nations in Kurojie. And the admirable of promote or anJ tolerate of attacks on the rights Congress to provide for the territories nc- such a result by a majority of votes either part of the Indians, unless the Federal I nents. We do not fear, therefore, that in and Un Sunday. Dtc. JGth, Lieut.
jjcrauns in ,
adaptation of our political iiihtitutjtms t projterty other States. quired by the treaty of jiiadahipe Hidal- northern or southern, fioxernmcnt rtgard to these |party wen.halted about lU moj
to to di guisc their own uf necessity drixe abandons the policy which it points, whenever time pollcy Ft. Dunn. The ,
their object local pretend or go. The great relations of the sal j--et had I out the Lieutenant took
combining self
government $ imagine, and oppressed and aggrieved minority; has been pursuing for of the Executive conies to be discussed and tw
with the constantly axcr, that they, now become distinct and clear to the and place in years, that of exploring went to an InJ in encampment)
% uggicgatc strength has perception presence of each other
S itablihed the practicability of agoxeniluriil xvhobe constitutional rights arc thus FVtematically *- of the public mind, which appreciated invcoiicileably Hostile confederations 7 two and surveying the country occupied j j in Congress, it will be fully sustained. three miles distant ; saw an Iluia'n;

like ours to cover a continent with assailed, are lhem At the plainly Drum
; confederate States.Thu aggressors. present time, this imputed the question of the admission of new States. projects the It will i of this ; kn.id U b-init do-.vn
offspring of that sectional be noticed that 3Iesagvt President PISRCE ; not.ccdthat
aggression agi pcalped all the
retting it docs In
as that
only intense sign i-osU
Congress of the United States is in the ]>crvaded I tation now prevailing in some of the States the slain killed is hU revie'w of the mile-pools were ,
) fleet, that of in Xitguo, declamatory charges of j>oh- thin nation. But the patriotic impulses of Ir r which are as the teams, and burned the relations of time States down, Monday night started f.r Ft. tij
congress sovereignties, which tical agitators, reaohcs itself the impracticable as they are unconstitutional have with regard to their domi-stic chord, ietcleJ it SiiacL_
S rood men in tlie Old World have sought m appreLcnsioii I popular heart, guided by the admonitory and which if cred in. xvaggon They also destroyed their0mmmi institutions. : Tuesday ; found tlittfa

S t S for, but could never attain, and which imparts principles) and,
to America an from the political organizalion I rose superior to all the difficulties of the i either disunion and civil at by another or the the consideration of the mvent ulilfereumt i-utc In imidi ,
exemption % of the new Territories of the war, or it is mere same party Every slavery question mietrt CflCau .
t United
incorporation of av Ito o.it-lft
muU'-le' league for common action, from tatvs. z new empitc into the angry idle aimless disturbance of publ.cand [ Floridian will because this is the 'I. Sl1UCi.eIfr
'! ( the Union. In the counsels of readily that all only point on which the oh Saturday amid arrieIliLmL
the Congres there
wars, mutual invasion, and vague What is the voice of jteace tranquility. Disunion for u hat ? of these States nigtt at )'
history ? When i acts Jflir. have unnn ,
mean In and
xvas manifested fact habitually interfered tartcil to 15
I aspirations after the balance of j>ou cr winch I the ordinance which extreme antagonism of If the passionate rage of fanatkiatn and a.s was dangerously <'wU-stowjoaM

eooruUe from time to tune the governments eminent of: the piovided for the guy- opinion and action between some represen partisan; spirit did not force the fact j' declared by Congress, in hearing of a simi- j with the independence and intern-i day ; arrived within three miles'of if an!

wfKuropc. Our co-operatives action -j river 0110: and territory for its eventual northwest eubdivi-of the unconstitutional tatives, who sought by the ubti&ho and I our attention( it would be difficult to upon be lar attack by Mexican troop., -War exists ]i al peace of each other The principles .in-J j encamped men and -Ttic. .iy Lieut. II. took thre
i vi cut into it
rests iu the conditions of permanent employment of the legis lieve that any considerable n>rtion of the by the act of the Indians." f volved in this ; saw no Ontmn.
sum new States Noxr
confederations i I was adopted in the Con- lative powers of the to inter- [ the j question are bandied by the of the party took a bunch .
I the government people of this "fb.inar.a-
constitu grcss of the confederation it is fcie; in enlightened country could question is-what xvill be President with admirable day turned i-fi'ti. *
I tion. Our balance of in the not to be the condition of the incubate States, have so surrendered policy pursued clearness ami kand! vi>uej anJtttr
S power separate | -; : >oi ed that the ,t themselves to a fanatical
reserved rights of the States, and their t fit ip***| ti.i\t/tr* fi c L..t ifiuttt question flu of Stt'ittta: futre .*rela- and to impose their own social theories up devotion to the supposed interests of by the government 1 We cannot see lioxv force, and we do not know where to look Indian I : eneampmei.t, ; saw no one rceciv '
t L on tho hal icr? n.Trl iii! the order.on night '.f I'Jih
t1i I f
ior rnr4-iei lttitf.lt Administration fiirnn tfmilisvtTmpnt!
11 fitr triftitii)
AfVi.iiic can honorably toprepar-
retained tii flit ftiiff ) avoid tir fiirm> lirnifaof _
and those ,.
5' S which did nut retain who i i. I-p t...- start
5 independent sovereignty in every one ol S numerous colored population a repelled the interposition of the general States, as totally to abandon) and disregard I reporting tn n forcible! moral of them so faithful and striking an of''
S the States, with its re&erved lights of local I escaped iu government in this respect, and main the interests of the exposition uere lying n> a pine g1ovv. half-acre
lice, or failed to be considered.] twenty-live null.on of from tire limits of State. the of in
AnJ Lain the our The late rights the parties to the titutional tent and about 5
eelf-governuient assured jet bdf-couititnting of con a. :III. were
rights Americans.
to each by their | the concession of that -to trample under foot the in b'aay
in the vast territory to the States.In thej attack was upon Regular troops nnd not compact. In the ready t.> march, h.in.e $ &
S coirqual {tower Senate was the fun j interests and opinions of the junctions of moral and constitutional obligation largeness of the .ng e., when thmi.
damental& condition of the northern truth, the thing attempted xtas in and upon Florida coxv-drivers who viexvs. and the uar-whoop soitnlci an-i
c nstitution.- States, a territory now the form ,- to engage in plai.s: of vindictive might possibly force and conciousixcncss of they recm-iiaj a
scat of five alone vi.iley. 1tis. of
Without it the Union would never have action of the general government hostility against those who be charged with intrusion the course, tins utterly
the an
among largest members of the while are a-so- upon j argument, and in the truly patriotic lifted and ll un.
Union in it :: nai
vxinted. reality the
however xvas endeavor dated
desirous the larger I % us. in great' measure the with them in the enjoyment of f the their limits. It XXMS conclusions coitaswn.some luti,.
of an xvhich
act the
State by abuse of legislative insulting act of are drawn from th- tiring from t.ie
States might be to force the | party cn-aed
to re-orgauize the of power[ common heritage of our national institutions. tut *
government j Virginia and of cveeal
; FO as to give to their population its; When Louisiana the South. ideas of internal policy, entertained in par defiance against the government, ami! if xve i premises, this portion of the? Message re- weru out tit tie iraeU of their anus. U'r-|

proj.ortionate weight in the common coun- | United States it was was acquired by the ticular States, upon allied iii'lfpemlent Nor is it hostility gainst their fellow have not much mistaken the spirit of Secretary I minds us ftrongly of those remarkable hints \ras CUyarddidfaiit fnr.a |.j3 nil.

ecltf, they knew it was an acquisition not States. Once more the constitution and citizens of one section of Dax) is. he xvill teach State .saddling hits l.ufee ; he n.ale his
impossible, unless ; lets to the North than to the South for the Union the Union ulone. them that heis papers of Mr. CALHOL-.V, which dis- Triose who tM-ape. .

.. they. conceded to the suialkr ones authority while it was important to the ; at Territories triumphed signally. The new j The interests, the honor, the duty the not to IK bearded bx' a handful of Indian j daining and discarding the formalisms, and them null thtnst coul-t get their! pieces tj.-tl
country were loaded
to exercise at least organized without i and the T tor the
a negative influence restric-j peace, of l/.fiu
the mouth uf the river Mississippi to become lions the property the people of We are aware that nearly all the j! evasions of ant who en-
S en all the measures of the government the emporium of the on disputed point, and were thus j all t-ectioiiij arc equally involved and imperilled regular j political diplomacy, appealed fought bravely until lie f, Wiu

whether lcgi. lathe or executive through also it was country above it, t>o left to judge in that particular for themselves in this question. And are patriotic army is actively employed in the West ; directly to the good sense ofth.it vast public wounded. mm hen f.e e.\claiiBcd. 1 -am done

their equal representation in the Senate.. !1 whole Union even to have more that important to the ; and the tense constitutional faith men in any p.trt of the Union prepared but East and South Florida can furnish an xvhich is neither office-holler nor can- lor"si lder.iy pnii.ngi.nl his pmst.l! cri.j

; Indeed the larger States themselves could! emporium ; and proved vigorous enough in Congress not on Such an issue thus abundance of the best omit. "No l by iieauns. tUcp.aI J ha
madly to invite all Indian cidate Sart4
I not base failed to | although the new province, by reason 'it f only to accomplish tins primary olject. but the fighters in but who e interests are always imperiled my 1..1r 1 t.c bal! has strnck i"
pcrtchc, that thu | n-equence of tie forfeiture of the xvorM. it .
its their Let
j imperfect settlement the Federal
power was equally sanieS was mainly re- also the incidental and hardly less constitutional Government equally by the follies! the vices, naii and U.iker were wt.undc-tl( at th-s
to impor- j
necessary ? i Lt ;
them1 It tuie.
S the garded a (ill tile Gulf of Mexico, yet, in taut one, of l so amending the imposI call out a fexv; companies: of Florida vulun- and the Ihe i-trrviiiars thin
security vl their own domestic interest I'act. i it extended provi.-ions of I ible. The storm of phicn and faction of public men. fCpera-ted, and it ; lire-

gainst the aggregate knee of the general i of the United States to t theopposile with far boun:lanes. from the statute service for the extradition of fugitives j must inevitably dash itself in y vain against teqr.s, and arm them with Sharp's or Minic The Southern people have demanded of. sumcd the from plunder alune prenntt-J tie

government. In a word the greater as to place that public duty j the unshaken! rod of the rillefr and they will savages i.ursu.ng them.
original breadth above than below and vas in territory under the of constitution. I soon remove this thorn of the Union that it should allow them OK the ol
safe-guard the reciipt
States went into this punnancnt general government hall: never doubt it. I from I the news at Ft. Mrer
league on i in know tint the the Side of the >
S the agreed proiuUcs. of j as everything else, equally at and thus- rvUcvtt it from obstacles Union is regular army and of peace ; that it should allow them la enjoy i C >1. lown.. mm iluC actIvity w e-iii'inc'uda-! ,
their stronger tho'isand'linura
eierting a
!Ica.-t than
all -
au accession the Uncle Sam. I
| to northern raised bIts
common strength fur the defence of thu: : It is mere delusion and prejudice States.there-: States.up by the legislation of some of the the w'ld and chimerical schemes of social their own titiiti'ms. and inhabit their : ---5.,1.ordered..-_._ _. _Co.E'J I. _. '; .. i_ and.__:.u_"K" to be in .

whole, and of alt its parts ; but of utterly | fi>re. to speak of Louisiana us Yan declamation change, which arc generated one after another THAT IJIIJI.E-BUKXIXG I own soil, without fear of invasion or con- ''

excluding all capability of reciprocal in the special interest of the South.acquisition of laxv regarding the provisions in the unstable minds of visionary AGAIN sp-racy Set on foot by their confederate iiix-piimn.k'r. They were ready and uV
for the in full
gression. I'uch solemnly bound itself ag.I I The extradition: of fugitives from sophists and interested agitators. I Our readcts xvcll remember! the clamor strength fur the battle-ground,

all the others, neither to patriotic and just men, who participated service, with occasional episodes of frantic confidently on the rely that was raised few States. They have thought that this was t'apt.'s Kai-y! and Allen, ieut.'* Kt.tcru
undertaker noriHTtnit that patriotism of the a months j
in ncr> by all
any encroachment upon. or inter .;._.__ I._ .. actxere.I) ....-. ..influenced l : ...1... by.,. moon i.- 9i111 cllbrt tiui.1 to obstruct,. their execution* by riot ., on the dignity. and self respect of people the the Know Nothing I t no hard demand to make of their associa- I and Ueiison acct>rnpu)yug them. An cx.mresrkr -.
V. .i.tin.g..1 ... pnjiors an: orators [
1 t..c; i ; t.. '5; f.J .1 j wa <)t< p.itchcd
-- .. .. .c tes in a of iincaUily tuFl.j .
r ; S | wau i.i truth the great c.veiit. which agitate certain .S1 fi om one end of the j compact lasting amity And al- Deiau': { and Co.
Where it xvas deemed expedient J by localities. But the true above all, oil the continued to the other j j "tI got un her arms at
particular completing fur us the possession of the principle of leaving each State gracious favor: nbotjt j liance. Yet the whole ditlerence between unee. leaving at 7 a,
right of the State were expressly of the Territtiry of Almighty God. to maintain an alledgcd case of Bible burning by I j ra. on.s'atunUv tnj m
c ; Miosii-sippi. with commercial to regulate its own laxv of labor agairist all the North and the South, rabt-d. as it has tL" and A/J Svrgt Srn.th.
the according
guarantied enemies of
by constitution ; but in all I access to the Gulf of whether at home or abroad the Catholic Priests, xvhich was said to have I j i Co. -li',
things beside these Mexico imparted to ito own feeiise of right and expedien sanctity the j been, during the last twenty to I j was dispatched to recall LeU. Lamer win
rights were guarded unity and constitution and the occurred at in years, *o j ,
strength to the Ireland
by the limitation of the powers granted j al.on and whole confedcr- cy, had acquired fast hold of the public rity of the Union. integ as late as j j bitter a social and political warfare baa had gone nil a excursion sirutlar to Hartsuit's. -
j attached together by iudis.jluble judgment to such last year. Are believe this Alt !
and by express reservation of all :i degree that, by common xvas one of this te Ft. Uciuu-I CvKixiaind lure

: not granted, in the comjust of union]Hi\xcrs... the ties the East and the West, as well! as concent, it was observed in the organ "WASHINGTON FKANKUN PIERCE. chief inzredieiits in which that notorious grown absolutely and entirely from the left that post e.wi-pt the sick.; Co.G"
North December
S i and the 31) 185-3.
Son tIm. ization denial of the North
of the that tio! South had the a.i'l tin eitixtin
Thus the Territory of Washington. little trere left
great power taxation was lim f A> to Florida that yellow covered book of horrors which proti-ct Ft.
ited to of xvas but the f transfer When, more recently it became I right, under the Constitution, to Myeis c.iiini>iwere planted
purposes common defense] and I ( i requis The ftcmlnolc Wan wits so a peaceful defence
by Spain tu the( United States ite extcn-jixely and secretly circulated
the .1 erected,
gvncral we-llarc, excluding oljects territory organize Territories of Nebi-asku The and unquestioned of n'tdomcslic hoicpieixvd l ,e nriaketry. andevery
appertaining the east side of the river Mississippi and Kansas it the Tampa Peninsular, of the L0th ult., in the by-waya and obscure of management her OM
was natural comers our prvcaation
to the local and I a-'fypte'J to
legislation of the sever in exchange for legiti comes to us filled with afCurs... If there hits prevent 3urprise. -
largo territory xvhich mate if not the reports of public: We been any .
al JStales ; and those put poses of general I United the incvitabb, consequence of meetings anti country. believe there was a flamingpicture lAVff* ilrt-s! were Tiudcvtl t>y the
; S welfare and States transferred to Spain on the prcx bus events and legislation that exciting apjvals. of u most inutcinviit. if there has been .111} thing, tint i I'uta 1aszt t'oiee' along the
common .dtfensc the representing the o/aat and
after xvailike bald-headed S they
V were pide tono. It is
;. I wet of that river, as the entire diplomatic same) great and evident that our friends could! have been I have been or.leivd
sound construed into !
wards defined by sjiecific enumeration, as J history of the principle, xviiich had of Southern Florida, after the inhuman Priests, in their long black cowls tumbling agIession.at ti keep tu the block-
transaction houses
being matters only of coielation between serves to already been applied to Utah and New massacre have any time fn our political hi-tory. it has j as it is siTppose-J thesesign. tiers
demonstrate. we the !
tlie t Moreover, it xvas an acquisi Mexico, should be already recorded, w ill L Bibles into the! flames by wheelbarrow I J tj: apprise the whole
Stales themselves applied to them that LS nation of the
or between them tion ;-- be satisfied with had this limit of rea-ut
I demanded short ; a struggle the i
nothing of the on of
by the loads. part !
and foreign commercial interests they should stand exempt from the re- This whole matter (the evcnia. an-i I tl-at'hostile! dein.
xvhieh les- moral <
governments because S
i and the or extermination of the South
.. of their commou anti general nature, could! j( In the security of the whole Union. trictions proposed in the act relative to the xvho, in violation of all faith have the savages I Bible-burning we mean) has been sifted by j to preserve an cqiulity with j| might* reasonably be exIitczed.e .
meantime, the people of the Uni- State of Missouri. commit I the North iiv a single branch of I \ ivgarl the
not be left to the control ted the British Government Congress precautions taken by Col.
S separate each i j led States had repeated acts of barbarity and and it turns out
State. grown up ti> a projier coueeiunsnc's These restrictions \vcre,in the estimation whom the and by to be while al.e was hopeless inferior in the Bruxvn._ as very jTojt-r and! essential, andIn
i i'S of their peace security of the inhabi nothing but a "roorbaclc" l 5SSS i-
strength and in brief of got up > --
Of the circumstances a I many thoughtful men, null from the beginning y othrr.
local tants : -
condition,,', coulee t with France, and in a second arc constantly: threatened. Volunteer the Know Nothings of Ireland, a I lt.tiemi
interest, and rights in which seri- unauthorized by the constitution commonly t Ii> the a:.,oxe intelligence we
a I r'ous companies With
portion u xvar with Great Britain: they had contrary to the were rapidly forming, in called Oranseajfn principles as arc vindicated will auld [hut,
the States constituting one great section j shaken treaty stipulations for the accordance with resolutions xve suppose for the fttitoiting1, which we learn from
I i oft"all which remained of uudiie cession of Louisiana ali-J adopted at in the Message it would mattcr'littlf. reliable s','jrte :
sir the inconsistent with especial benefit Sergl iiutlr
union, diflered from the public ofthmeirauiti-Cathohicfriemvi-i theexprvs
rent, and I vcrcnce for meeting on the 23d. and! tilth
Europe. aid tii
e from another section the most important: | atnioKphctc of thosi emerged from the the equality of the tates. march immediately into thin Indian Terri, in the United States. The act if true whether the South were in a ra.TJ-n-ity or rider sent 10 o?:jrij-tf l 1.euL: tamer aad
transatlantic of t:
wu -the peculiarity of a larger relative> I ces xvhich surrounded the inOuen- They had been striped of all: moral auth- tory. Among these was one under the have been a violation of 3xvould minority in one or both Houses of Congress. party their d.i.igr. was fired at by three
infant le! ublic. the English: : Indian ftt
:> oritv. bx' n*'- :
colored mrsistent c-li'orts : ed'ect.
txmulalion taiLIng At thu-
in the Mjulhcrn thin in to nroeure theirindirect comnmnind uf I'imf. Sirni mi T. SnfirL-fn.it Let them be est.iblUhed. t>\-
aflu nan in law.! and Ito and we should
orguii iiini
uicir attention : ehitr.n of plo-ion his horse
u was so rh.ir-
> prave a sa'Menly
i shyci breaking
the full arid repeal through contradictory enactments. one of the moat euectire olhccrs uf have
Apopu1tionofibii class, held in ?tibjectiou. the internal systematic develojiciiicnt of r They had been practically abrogated old Indian war. the |i actor that the British Ministry directed.! all that we have ever asked-security j thy gtril. and thm.ving its r.der. and
resource's of the !
I.. .existed marly all the Slates, bill j Among the cvancsceuft'controxer Union. by the legislation attending the organization Ik-sides these voluntary crops [the people the law officers of the Crown to institute from extraneous interference and hostility.We tien returned U Ft. Myers. Snulii. find

4 was nuire numerous and of more serious) that period the most of I- of Utah, New Mexico and %Wash call up >n the Governor c.f the Statc and legal proceedings ag.tlnst Father Petcher- regard, therefore this gathering up ing their that the I.uLin; ha-J discharged: all

S S concernment in the South than in the of conspicuous: ) was the ington. I If any vitality remained in them, the Federal Government i' > and condensation of the guns, made his escaje wh.lt: thty
____- ,. que iion regulation by Congress of the it to furnish the ine and the other whole question of were
North would have been Rwleniftlwist Priests, re-baling.
on account f natural taken in -
ditfercnccs of effect necessary protection to
.social away the
condition citizens
: the
of the and rights of the
climate and future States to be by the new territorial take who \xiicrc charged xvith the States in reference to This fact 5>K.s- to-prove that the
4 p production ; anti it was foreseen founded in the of acts, in the form or immediate steps for the sjiccdy' and offence. A attack
that for the same reasons, while this The ordinance territory for the Louisiana. iginally proposed to the Senate at the first forcible removal of the savages, and if ne bill Endictment was preferred and found, slavery as presenting a new feature in Fecl-, the -5ill: ult., was a premeditated affair,
population would diminish, and, sooner or I j territory narth-xvcst of the government river Ohio of tl.e session of the last Congre.s. It was manly cessary to wage a war of extermination and the trial ha< lately been had. Though ral! politics ; as affording an issue, founded to that tlie.: Indians are njw determined

later, cease to exist, in tonic States it i had I and ingenious, as well as patriotic and ju against them. constitutional carry tim) tI.cr4esUtt4ry warflire xvith an
_______ i contained a provision which tj the Jury selected upon principles, whereby
prohibited iras and usual that
: increase the to do this The as pack- energy will the
> night in others. The peculiar' of directly and plainly! and thus time for negotiation -qairo greatest precaution
use soixile labor the Ptuiin- will be
::AI chancier and tnagniiudo of this question I; condition of the therein, subject to the relieve the statute-book of an act, which snar, is pxst. It i is high time says the United j ed by the Sheriff, who xvas appointed by, men compelled to determine whether on the pal t of those in command,

of local rights, not iu material relations; !j from service due in extradition other of fugitives might be of possible future injury( but of States Government, which is the boast of t and was of course subservient to the Brit they are ready to sustain, or to breakup -to prevent them from doing much damage; ,

______ 4 t', S only, but still more lo social ones, cause J I United States. Subsequently any part of the lit) jKiSsible fiaiue benefit ; and the measure every American, should assert her ish Government, notwithstanding the the compact of the Union. It has'evi uniii such tine/a foixv art raised compe

_ : its to enter into the to the adoption of its repeal vas the final in her supre tent to hunt them dovvn. and scuit them tu
special stipulations of,. of the constitution this coiibnnima- macy own territory, and teach these most vigorous dently come to this ; aivl the President
provision prosecution by the obedient the West
I IX the conblitulton.Ilcncc ceased lion and complete of thu marauding outlaws or --.obhivion.-Ftordd
S recognation that
S while the general government, as i such to lomaiu as a law ; for its Deration asi that no portion) of the United States prinple rages hav o rendered "forbearance their repeated out law officers, and a most partial trial before has shown his superiority to mere party? Peninsulur.
was lun
; well by the enumerated powers granted to j fititution. absolutely But the recollection superseded by of the conj shah undertake, through assumption of the ger a virtue.< In this connection no the a bigoted Protestant Judge, the facts (forced in taking the question farther back than nil Refusal of tfie CoveramVut to Receive

jr it as by those not enumerated, and there-1 i excited the zeal of social the fact powers of the general government, to dictate Peninsular speaks in high term of Col. from the Jury a tz-iurnphiantacqmttal of existing party divisions, and eliminating the Vicurana .lllcistcr.

fore refused (o it, xvas forbidden to touch j some sections of tho confederation propagandise and in I the social institutions of' any other Monroe, Commandant of U. S* Troops in the persecuted Priests. The facts elicited and exposing the first principles from Parkef II. French having* x ritten to Secretary .

S 4 tiiis matter in the KJIIFC of attack ; portion. Florida, and its which Marcy. inC>miirig hiw of- his .
or when expresses the later
ofj j a second State that Missouri opinion that un dissensions have ap-
at the trial .
.4 showed
fence it xvas placed under the came The and der his conduct that the only books spnm; pointmentas 1inistCr from
effect of there
general safe- to be formed in the of scope the language of will be a speedy It is Nicaragua ta
'I. territory Louisiana by a
'I guar&oftbe Union in the scn.sc of defence proposition was made to ,I reneal were not left in doubt. It was declared termination of the war.-Georgian burned upon the occation, were a lot of recurrence to these principles the United Stares, ar.d requesting a person*
extend to the lat nliinA t! nf finv lionlfIn i intnrrf.V is.nla ..,,
gainst either invasion or domestic violence ter territory the restriction in terms, to be "tlie true intent and traahx immoral and obscure noccls. which rpi'rnttrt.ti.-mn uf .0.rae k:

: like aH other local interests uf the several plied to tlie country situated originally between the ap- mcauing of this act not to legislate slavery Death of Judge Ilcrrlcn. Father Petchcrinc thought were corrupting the old and revered Union of our fathers tials; has received the following reply

States. Each State expresS'y stipulated, rivers Ohio and Mississippi. into any Territory or State, nor to exclude Our telegraphic column record the death the morals of his flock and can be accomplished ; and it is only by SIR :-.Your letter to me of the :I1th

as well for itself as for each and all of its it therefrom, bat to leave the people thereof of John McPhcrson Bcrriun. a survivor being avery instant, with the enclosed copy of "an aa.
Most of the
questionable as waS this proposi perfectly free to form and regulate their the first school of distinguished pious and zealous Priest, he had wrought sustaining men who are true to these tograph; letter from the President ofMcafagtia -

became solemnly bound by his allegiance tion in all its constitutional relations, nevertheless domestic institutions in their oxvn way, sub in our sister State of Georgia, and statesmen a citizen so powerfully upon them from the Pulpit principles, that we can hope to give to such to the Pnwident of the United States

I ..1"I to the constitution, that any person, held with it received the sanction of CongrefcSj ject only ju the constitution of the United no less esteemed and exemplary for as to induce them voluntarily to bring forward a constitutional movement a character of of America." has been received and laid

to service or labor in one State some Might modification of line, States.5'' f the nobler but too oft before the 'President. I am directed
escaping dignity and
S neglected qualities these books consistency wholesome hy
to save the existing of and make a public bon promise S him
into rights the
another intended to
should not in of reply tv>
The heart than for abilities your communication that
consequence nexv State. It was measure could not be withstood and station. Af- fire of them. Thus ; as"will justify the spmpathy and ,
upon he
sf has
law reluctantly sup
Si any or regulation thereof, be discharged in acquiesced its merits alone. It ter assiduously courting and winning the harmlessly explodes not yet seen reasons'for establish.
from such service by southern States as a sacrifice to the was with another of the port of the |cople at large. lug diplomatic intercourse
or labor, but of violence, on the false or delusive highest local honors of the laborious and great guns of the Know with the per

4 should be delivered up on claim of the of cause: the rights peace stipulated and of the Union, not only that it constituted a breach of faith.pretext Never exacting profession of the law, and devoting Nothings. Will they have the fairness to To Southern States, t'w necessity of sons xvho now claim! to exercise the power

; -. party to whom such service or labormight Louisiana, but of the by the treaty of was objection more utterly destitute of his ripening talents to public service give the scqu.il of this sacrilegious burning a union in the support of these principles. in the State of Nicaragua.
.e be duo by the laws of his principle of equality Those who were
State. substantial in various Mr. Uerrien chiefly instrumental iz
justification. When ways, was elected of the was never ao .
the States before as at tn
Scriptures in fact
among their present
Thus, and thus only, by the reciprocal guarantied >y the Con was it imagined by sensible to the U.; S. Senate, and presided its next edition of suspending or overthrowing the former
S of all stitution. It was received by the northern men, that a over the Know Nothing Almanac such union now is our only political life
the of that
rights of S govermacnt State
guaranty every State States with regulative or declarative statute xvhcthcr Judiciary committee in the term of 1827- were not citi-s
( :. against interference on the part of another S tion) and angry resentful condemna enacted ten or forty years ago, is, irrepeal-! 20.:, On the first installation of Andrew NIW BOOKS.CKATE If we yield it, we are broken into fragments Zeus belonging to it.nor: have those citizens
; was tie present form of government es all which complaint, had it did not concede able,-that an act of Congress is above Jackson in March, 1820. Mr. Bcrrien was WESIO.V and lost in a vortex of factions the or any considerable part of them, so far as
tablished by our fathers and they exactingly deinan.od. selected OK To WILL A\D TODo" is now know here
1 transmitted the constitution and confirmed ficejy
d ?-If indeed there as Attorney General best of which are indifferent expressed their

Having ,
to us | and by no other mean* is it possible passed through the forms of r in tho facts any cause to impute bad xvere to succeed Win. Wirt ; and it is a strik -by Jcnn'e DeWitt. A copy of the to our safety,I approval of, c-racqaiescecci: inj the present
legislation it took its faith and the
fir it to cxiiL If place in the statute majority of which relent. condition of
one State ceases to re S book it would attach to those only who have rug illustration and confirmation both of above new world has been handed us by are our political! afl'aira in Nicaragua,

pct the fights of another and obtrusive S act, standing doubtful open to repeal, like any other never ceased, from tire lima of, the enactment professional and personal merit and worth, Mr. Ircwit being of late from the less enemies. We can only unite upon the Until such shall be- the case, the President
ly intermeddles with its local constitutionality, subject that this selection press principles that does not deem it to
interests. of the proper receive
if S t $ void Davenport of .New
a the
portion of the by
Stales I bitter any one, as a Minister
t;__ assume to animosities of to this
impose courts of law and day, denounce and to condemn parties and the exact set forth in the President's government
their institutions on the others, or refuse possessing no possible it ; who have constantly refused ing examinations consequently given to all York. The fair author, announcing her Message;; duly appointed by the supreme govern-

L lo fulfil their obligations tu them.- we which efficacy to control the rights uf the States, plete it by needful bupplementaiy to legisla com the cabinet nominees-was received with self under the above no/n de plume, is a for bo the the present at least, he must of neCessity Sand merit of Nmcaraua.I S
? are DO longer cuitcd friendly State but might bo organized out L lion wilD general and hearty standard bearer and the re am. sir, ohodlent
L ; have approval. daughter of the Rev. John your servantW.
distracted of any part of the original territory of Louis spared no exertion to de- Dowling, 11. D.. presentative of all who desire -
ones with little it of The deceased served his preserva S L.
prixc moral force State able MARCT.
.iu. capaci i who have themselve no of Philadelphia whom tion of the federal
ty left of common advantage,but abundant iana.In again and lily and with honorable in she dedicates Union on principles In vfexr of this decision of the Present
_ means of all this, if any aggression there again attempted its repeal by acceptance, sun- this effort. Miss which are consistent with thu : ,
V. is Attorney
reciprocal injury and mischief. were, the enactment of incompatable dry trusts of worth and grave responsibili Dowling a new authoress conservation General Custiijig writes ti> tho
Practicallyit is immaterial any intioxalum tijiun pre-existing righ(5.( toxvhich provisions ;; ty and all now for the first time of the rights of the States, and the in U. S. District
S whclhcr ag who, by the inevitable reactionary ef Sand exhibited the higher and better 'knocking at ternal and S Attorney at New York, asYou"
portion the Union
gressive interference between the Slates arc they justly fect of their qualities which a southern the door" of peace good understanding of the
t 4 deliberate ic chargeable own violence on the subject, 'cohstituency public approval, as xx'e learn. members of the
or refusal on the part of awakened the appreciate and honor when found Confederacy.llottoaaifs will thus perceive that Co!. French
in The
of them to anyone ) This country to prect-ption of the such scene of the,story is laid in New York is
comply with constitutional ob controversy passed away tutu the true constitutional principle of rare conjunction with superior talents.les ... Pills entitled to diplomatic privilege in the
leaving thu I i'in rural lifn...... an undoubted
S I ligations, arise1 irutn erroneous conviction occasion, ttolhliig surviving it save the dormant matter involved tu the discretion of the ('hr/ii, S its aim tuv. for Asthma. Mr. Ellis Piemedy United States only in a very qualified degree.

or blind prejudice, whether be letter of tlu! statue. full of ing highly moral and its Wilson, of Brook lie is not an accredited
perpetrat jicople of tho icspective existing orincipOnf.u years, and full of honors, the description in l lyn, New York had for Minister,

ed by direction or, indirection. In either But. long afterwards, when, by the proposed !I...,. deceased has passed away from lays, to life chaste and pure language. The author displays severe attacks of, acthtna five tears, very but simply a person coming to this coun

4 5 east the it ''is full of threat and of danger to accession of thu Republic of Texas, It; is not pretender that this everlasting. Whatever may have been the I strong powers of describing character him of bodily rest night, which deprived try to present himself as such, and not received
of principle and
durability tho Union. the United day the by its
States periliud of ; reason of
its to
: ., word to take their next -party changes its
other cough at times appear
or any precludes tho of and this book is full of almost choked
poseibtiity life and him that he
in territorial triumphs of its defeats variety. and represents lawful
1TTvTIosLt5RELATtos or suvcar. 6tep greatness similar con evils in practice disturbed -on which side caused him any governments.
as political "TiiB continually to
t Placed tn the office of Chief Magistrate tingency occurred, and became the occasion huh is liable to be by human soever John McPherson Berrien was array IICSTERS FEAST j oi CONVERSATIONS was novel safe either spit blood, he Under such circumstances, any diplomat

i the for systematized to passions. ed, he always commanded the aROUND 'THE CtMP-rIRE"-a eating drinking, ic I privilege accorded to him is i of
as executive.agent oj, the whole attempt intervene'in No farm of government i is from inconveniences respect of flew and his family were distressed mere
bound to take coun the domestic affairs of our section of exempt his adversaries, and by his friends book from beyond transit, ajjil of courtesy, not of right and
; try care that tho laws be the ; but in this case was es- the pen of Capt. Mayne Keid. measure to see him ;
I they gradually red that
fcftbfully executed, I Union in defiance of their rights at are teemed a champion, invincible. In the almost ced., to courtesy trill be withdrawn from him
I ajid specially States the result of the abuse and of I This book is a skeleton.
not the fraught with
enjoyed ui leg the IloIIowayV
and Senate came inter Pilk so soon there
the constitution the stipulations of the constitution. of the United States ha was looked his jn as shall be cause to believe
by to give
information exercise of
the case usual
to reserved est to were as efficacious.
powers or adventurer that he
t : the Theso attempts assumed a practical upon as a statesman of the first order and forest .This u engaged in here, contemplates
Coprresa on cute of the Union it 'direc conferred in the organization of a Territory. nodS ranger gentliram used them for' ,

would be paljjabl* neglect bf duty on ,fuy ion, iu thevhapu of persevering endeavors, They are not to be charged to the as one of the most accomplish ind eloquent which 'displayed in the xvhole of the xvriting and they effected a perfect eleven weeks, any act not consistent with the laws the
by souie of of its orators. A cure ho.feels peace.oi the public honor uf the
Abe $ a jurist his of United
representatives in Mayne llcid.
to like both reputation I The himself
psrt paw over a subject which, homes'of great principle of popular sovcreighty j un was extended captain's wallet stronger now than he has been for States,
trTondalJ the Congress, tu deprive thu southern the as his fkuie as a senator, and the last
things at present time contrary, thcy disappear before -the portfolio are ftynoniraous and he fifteen years.. '
StaU* of the and although in his last writes 12 The President' entertains all possible
supposed benefit of the days ho L
i 'occupiedposition his
-"yeomen individual and public'to- proi intelligence and patriotism of the pooplo adventures of the day by the for the
visions regard
of-the act authorising the in Georgia, as 'Iks acknowledged I of the camp-fire JESTThe United States diplomatic"character, by
orgauizatbn -
exerting through the ballot-box their night.' This hook is Treasury
t S peace- from the state whomsoever borne
of the State l leader of same that he
qt Musourt. a party- which 'estranged him merit report* ; cannot allow
ful and ftilent but irresistible I publishing houao as abqvo and is. 22,753,700; subject to draft it i be made
pdwvr. from many of hfirold political also for I in to cloak! for the infringement of
friends 5 aItthetreaaurjcso
-ire ealc by Mr. Prow.' *
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inn-resting The WUMD'account Aargtrw utthe niccption of the LUti$1)t1IgtOIttOttS.H1RTRIDt) SOMor Jacksonville E. Fla. h ) rIttZIIg !Dffict _

dtI4un tie corp;. at the Wliite Uousc onjftir & TIM1SUS CEO. 31. CALPIV, PROPRIETOR. Sy Authority of the State of.l'abama. 2aj3b! r_< _

Team day : by WILL Mil the following Good., whole iIercliandizeFLOIIIDA named House i is si- Southern IMHHtnry Accadcmy COUNTING HOUSE ALMN
The reception of diplomatic corps sale and Itetaii, at Charleston or Savannah! TIIE.alKJvc V V : V V

1're.idcnt at 11 'clock attracted quite| viz rtreet in a |>leai>act and ei- 1

I thc to the portico of the white priced, : t bU situation; it Las been thoroughly renortedthrongboHt 1856.
concourse 15 Tiercet Bibbed Hams ANOTHER GLORIOUS OPPORTUNITY -
weredi-appomtc.1, however, and isTarnuhed with entire BBW furniture -
Iluuse.' Thev 5 clear SUes :
and the
which proprietor pledges himself that -
in the appearincr of the t-qu.pagr* livene. 10 sugar cured Items, CAN NOW BE SEEN AT TIlE STORE there haH be BO pains spared to please all who CLASS Y. i 9 j jV

the ignitarie, arrive- The State 50 bbls Mess 1'ork, 30 bbl Leif Lard, waj Ciror him with their patronage. Good tab- -

hich used to excite M much adiuirationc 20 ferkiai Gocben Batter, 5 bbU Market Beej; Log fur Hone, and a guud Ostler always In at- TO BE DRAWS JjStMItT 8 TH, 1855, IX THE 1 .

n th .krlies when Pckenh vr Bod- 10 half bbls Market Beef Ellis tedwith&Co. tendance. Dec. 1.1355. fITT OF MOMOOMEUT. hAVING made ., V

frin along wen; not to be ten and 10 quarter bbU No. 1 and 2 Mackerel; WHEN PRIZES AMOUNTING TO Wear, a7Rr.. 1
jcti druce orJmary SO kett No. 1 and 2 Mackerel, MIDDLEBURGI III I
the were of ration an 2 half bbU Salmon! 50 boxes lierings, $ .30,000Will arrangeI 7'; S 9h0'iti12 6 7' 8 9'IO IIl2ptflJt.xetat'i,* .

diMripti4U. Uut wUn the inmate* alighted 4 cute Sardine!, 1-4 and 1-2 boxes, fi 1415'16I7, I9l9 112' 1413 IG IV 1 Il1 ..a

fl'w lack diplomatic en-Jor. 10 2 Ib. Cod Fi h, O : :flTEL3IIDDLEUUPG be distributed according to the HowiBg I menU for tha txecu- Ci-i 22)23) Si 23'.itt shertiitiCe V Vt.)33933J V _

ed Cudhed baL boMJered: with white fathers, 50 U U Mitche'ifs double extra Family Flour, INIMITABLE SCHEME tionofeTerydiscrip- [ -I V V .

l1' chpld or tI i-er embnideI 20 half bblf superior Genc ee 1'Suur, Terms Cask! EAST FLORIDA. 12t1' I
ctgt 'till WI of orders 10 bbls Buckwheat Flour, 30 boxes Buckwheat do, at: If yoo draw the lowest Prize you gat the lionof 3!. 4l 5S 6" t9\ SIOHJ12i
., brillutnt derations 50 bag 20 b.&s Groh.im d> Transient Board81.50 cost of your Tkktl, WITHOUT DEDTCTION, | I3fl4' IS16 ( |I1&1I2rl4vl3lIt4; V 'w' i
.aIl url&. aud the otherini1ta per ';ay.Pennaneut and P&p tr1a
-hlhood ; 0 Rye Roar, SObbls IMot Bread. x remember every Prize i* drawn at each liiTji iyroi ,
TT7ITIIOUT attempting toennnmermte every SC to 3 week. .
fair here abundant.It pvr drawing. Job !
of cuirLly %' 50 bbls Sola Bread, 20 Nary V\ variety of Merchandize contained in our Printing ; '
jock the President, accompanj. 10 Sugar Crocker, 5 boxes Macaroni, LOOK AT IT I MAR Law.uhti : :
would cull attention to of the i, l
Stock some
11 we srsjTUj fifr-: lf '
ted j.b v. jrs. 1'ercecnteeJ; the 'blue room.' 40 boxes Eng Dairy Cheese 30, 5! Vermicelli, leading article, rix:- THIS House is situated near One Prize to every Ten Tickets attentionoflhose i 9UO 11112 13i4,15if: 8'TJH. i H$ 7* i'j! S'la'H'P'n' U fl31flflC&brn. _
20 bbls Mer.-er Potatoes, bVj pink Potaf
immedlatclr paid eye ToSaeco Creek, and d 'titnt 13 mUw! from the I617 19319. H'tl -
113 boxes ,
: | 2t)2122'
'th dil'louiatists 125 Cain ,
and 20 silver Onioni 1 bUCnmberries V.sJv4.aa
10,000 wishing Printingdone ,
''Krc was not any formal 400 bushels Corn from 8c t 73c Ib St. Johns River, 25 miles by land from Jacksonville fc1 SSSf

their 1 refl'rt18-' the vilest Minister present 50 sacks Rio Coffee, 10 sacks Larniia Coffee, 35 bbls Mess Pork, 45,003 Segars-: per and 13 miles from it' Ki'.i.v. It u located 1 Priieof . SlO.OOOw . .310,000 .&li)-S .S.. r-.t jSja YIaItIiigCazu, ., ,

aJdrcss fivm in but 10 mat Urt Government Jam, I bag Mocha do, 3 bhds Sides, from #4 to $55, on a bill, suirvuudcj \>y a drr, healthy country, 2 di------- 2,000 are . 4,000 u particularlyinvited ArttL f-t-i f I If 21 Sj 415'Ocr1' *J1 [ "l 'si'aJ s4I S _
nw as days past, a 6 chests Tea 6 chests Green Tea. 2 $ ... 0
with it iwi Oolong Shoulders GCO Fine Cut and sheltered from the damp, chilling atmosphere, 3 do . 500 are . 1.500 6'' 7 S | *$ 4M
the members of 5 hbd.i SL Croix 5 :.hds Cub Sugar 3 papers to this J | ; 910lti2i; t 5i 6 I S 9iicll .
democratic grrelmg as Sugar. Sni rIChcw'g Tob'co which is so oppressive to invalilu. 11 d.>. . 250 are . 2,730 lI31i1s1bI7z:1p! V ; V; V : .a ,
trulv tiarcea hums ,
icli presented themselves.Cen. 2J bbls Crushed Sugar. 10 bbls brown eoflee do, 4 50 Us Macaboy & Scotch The Room are all provided with fire places, and 10 do. . 110 are. . 1,100 l2021l23I24l6| : 'l,1213.14 15 1G IT IS hand UUinV h
lecttion 7 bbls 192021i .
Almonte the Mexican Minister. 20 LIU N O M.lascs, 10 bbls Grocers Syrup, 14 kegs Snuff, are well furnished, Urge an I comfortable. 17 do. . 75 are . 1,275 Terms InvariablyOrders fr -'- lpr.2SSBioB31 23242St_ taa. e I _

Mr. 10 III extra Golden Syrup, chests GrccnlEI'LTca The trarelling and mail (facUitie are equal to 43 do . ., 50 are . 2,130 { ; } *
th'eJH'wt resjJendent, and Cramp- 8 bblii N. 0. MoU es,7 CAShI.Mar..... "rhh 2 3 JkaT *H-l-l-r-A1 -
30 boxes assort e>l Candies, other 83 . !Y j. ?
wM soy point ou the St. Johns Uiver. Four do 25 are 2,075
from 37 1-2 to 81 Ib 4 5 6 7 9 l :
2 hhds | 9 2! .
in his drvss 3 4 5 !
the | 67| ( 6 *
England, jlainftt 500 soft shelled Almonds ; <
t.In, of pouuds 10 boxes 1'turl and Corn Steamers visit the place each wrk. thuAfTi>rdin 200 do. . 10 are . 2,000 11 ; ( i! : f. .
Golden _
5 bbls Syrup, I2l31Ij153l6l7 910lII1Z Ili1Isa(14g
the Plcuipoteut.ar.es. The Spanish 500 Filberts, 500 Lbs Lraiil Notts, Starch direct communication with Charleston, Savannah, 6JO do 5 ar. '. . -3,130 from the j9 l6I7ti9,9h2Izl .
O ,
among 2 A Philip's j I92012132324t
50 drums Figs, 1 ea'r Prunes, 2 frails Date? } V 1 J
\\itlihis broad ribband and many 1 Creem Tarter Knterprue, 1'aUtka, Jacksonrile! and other iutmncdlate I3 *
Hmur.: 5 drum tullana Rabins, 2 bbU Pickles, 6 Crn'tedugar, .. . I 59fI Bills 'f Fa**,. _
Sardinian t'liarge. in blue and Pcwdered 20 Ch-rcalate sitats. A mail 2'Ui e lea es for Xewnaiuirille 1,000 Prizes amounting to $30,000 Countrywinbe JC5X 1 2 3 41 -.
the 5 .-4 ;
sun' 10 boxw 1 gal, 1-2 gil, quart and pint I'ickles, mails J0-4--- *, .
Tuesday worcing- two
and his suite the CoffeeCrtu'd" 25 Puuma every I Si 910.11 V
iemlt etituable 20 L11itl4DiC'Lt
ilrer Ban u 5 Walnut and Tomato Cabup, from 1, 2 31 4 5 $ tabtis, i
70 Magnolia aol one from New River are received promptly executed ijl51613lI3 192OI2l ,
Chevalier llul' mann. the Swedish 4 natural 1'rascrtes! 23 Hronn Vij each week. The ONLY TEN THOUSAND NUMBERS. 81 9t10I1 12l13 IV *
10 Lemon Syrcp surrounding country i2i.J24t25I2632T2SI
Havana ,
2 boxes
and other noted diplomatists raced 4 Went India abound with thus attractiou Tickets S-v-Hakca S1.25 9 c. :.
Si50-Quarter ,
charger 80 bbs! Irish Potatoes, 5 Tomato Ketchup, game, affording great JOS.F.ROGEBO. ,.
T1'aU to 4 Currant, Grape, Orange Lemon Jellies fur ae _
'ppcatt'l IVipecial Sfrtsmeu. V
the M4-ae- 5 Fkkel and 1L. .
64 Appt's, ; gent Manager, t.29>3Oi3I.-.4i-4 I
k'eam Pate Soap Invalids -e *
Sem Man.tilctta will find here eoniforf and attention -
attention tu 5 5am> every Ala-
10 Turnips, ef Montgomery, V
10 Extra do & _
Cbapin's that -
appeared as Minister from Nicaragua.MAUU1ED. 3 Drie-- Apples, SI) No 1 Fatn'lySoap out reasonably be desired. Agency at "APOTHECARY HALL," V -V. V V 5
nho 5 silt water do .
Ur. J. M. KiTCBE.f of Indian of
1 "- Peaches, 10 Pale a Physician Jacksonville, Fla. I.I

=== 5 "" VangUe's dn, 2* Onions, 15 Toilet ten years' practice, will be to attendance at the THOMAS Wcrn and JCSTC WVMAT, Eiq', CHEAP CASH Jewelry JeirelryJSGKOTIIE V V
5 1 cask Sal Soda
Waning Compound, house
the Winter.FKAXCLIX.
1 Ca tiU the Drawing
1J Flour.Xorth'rn, Sworn Coiumi*!>i n ri to superintend
200 lbs Potash in 6 and 12 pounds cans, PAY50X .
K u County, on the ht of January, by 5 bbs; CiJerVinegtr, 5 bbU eitra Apple Vinegar, 42 sacks Georgia, 5 bhl Vinegar decS-tf Profri tor., N.B. Letters containing money will be strictly W31.
\t 1 bbl Tongue*, Cider ant Wine, attended to and confidential. ; V.- *
.lGeiger. E.q, Capi. EBASCBL GOMEZ, of 5 *' pure Social Vmerar, 5 U>la Maekenry Oil, 2 Mackerel 3 his Sars parillasyr'p __
j ,
1 Lard Oil 2 bbU Alcohol
Scsissjin M. EKADDOCK,of No* half ibis 1 Capers, THEBATPffllT I
10 Institute
to Georgia military
All clty 50 boxes Tobasco. lbs 5s, 6* and 10s,
,,a County Florid 1 keg Hough mid Kea.ly Tobacco, 25 kitts 1 bbl 1'ickels, EIBIBE. ,THE undersigned, dealers in L3DW1TdllMiKEg
21 Quinine best Jeweller
1 case Invuii-iMe! 75 boxes Herrings, ozs .. .
** MERCIIANLIZE. suited ti> the a
1 Codfish 5 bags Mocha Coffee
DIED lOboxe* Pearl .sUrch, 5 bbls Linseed Oil, 10 puun firkins Uutter 8 Java IS now open for the commodition of Travellers, wants and tastes of tho citizen JacksooviHe and (NEXT BOO TO TUE J

2 bbls Ivtiled Liases Oil 2 taxes Oiite Oil, 43 Rio particularly Invalid, who will Sod health nnd MAKIETTA, GEO. the surrounding country. luo> eommcatied openin \

I> this city on the morning of the 9tl int., of 20 boxes Yrat IVwdr, 20 boxes Cheese, 4 Gun Powder the cmuforts that this country aCordd. The Table ? their STOCK ia Col. IipkOWARI BHICKBt'ILDINC HAS OB hand a spfendwl assortment of
25 bbU Pilot Bread, kg lIE Academic is divided and
Mr EXBY A BLISS, formerly t1EUituft 10 dot cle-ir Sloribers Friend, 10 45 boxes Adamantin will l>e furnished with the choucat delicacies of the year at the wharf of the "Charleston styles sni fashloims unique JEWETT ofAc lb. 1ae4. _

C4InIuIUrtiu. 20,1110 Jgiw; assorted, 24 gioss Matches, Navy C"-atkcr Candles season, whilst unremitting attention will Le given JL into two ics.dns of fire months each. The Steamboat Agency." Hiving done bcsiressfbr such a, .

Connw-tii-ut, aged 37 yeflr. 12 Jox pa.niui Ducket, 12 J-ii 3truu; irv! >ms, 6 S Sugar Pxtotou ,10 boxei Sperm, Candles, to please, thnt fucccgs might crown my effort in Tenth Session commences on the -Oth! of February many years in Carolina, we feel cnnMrn: that our GOLD Gt.tRIS, FOB anti VEST CUAflt

10 d'ix Coffee Mills, sir; 20reiuii Letter Paper, 5 hard 2000 the Lead i Shot, future. -. ?"Ciiarges moderate. next, and end on the 19th of July. experience wilt enable 05 tn fumlrh goods on terms F.JtR-RINC FINr3EJgINGS .

IMT OF LCTTIIS' ziEMAi.\i.N<; ',*0 reams Cap P iper, 10 reams Nwto P.iper, 1 Graham 3G boxes Lozenges, ISAAC GARRASON, The Cadet arc divided into font Collage Classes that will give satisfaction ti> all who may )give usa BREASTPlN V

t r[ the I'uet Vflj e at Jj-lu.-'uuiie ou the lit 20! kjrs Dupoiu'* Puixdor, 2 ciis-s cans Ptmiler, 3 35 CanJy, wcrted Bay-Port, IIern nda Co, Proprietor. The Annual Commencement takes j lice on triaL We propose selling for 'CASH" and nIl of which wilj be Offereij. at the lowest ptfe -

IB 1J6Altwrti. ItjOO)) lii> Buk and Drop .Shut. 5itO ll>s bar L.a.J, 4 White Fiincy Bean, 75 sacks Salt, South Florida. [tinel-Ul] Wednesday lelore the 20th of July. COUNTRY PRODUCE." It u our intention to forC.tSfl V V

Januiirj IwO kegsitiS, 100 pn TraceChuins 4 dot lUiins, k'ep a* Urge a stock u the Town and Country V1VATCH} repair ud wam* t
Mrs "
LyJi 5 Fluid 10 Uite Pipes *
E U jji-hwun 1U duz Bund Undies, 1 dux Wagoa Saddles, Burning MAGNOLIA HOUSE ACCDEMIC STAFF. traia wilt warrant byWholesale Mr. C., with Ms
CZttaLte Mrs Oil 160 casks Nail, experience (or th. last
J ncr, 6 Salt ,
Aher. Ail r 10 dm Leverelt'e hetvy Axes Cu!. A. V. r.RUJIBY. A. M, and Retail. eight year, as tweuty.
tV 3AnIiufl '4 2 Wrougth do, a practical WATCJj3p
M'JIlt Lard
L. 3
ALfo flsury Mr. ;, 2 si x Bg.id 5 dox Cullhu' Axes, ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. Superintendent and Pn of Mathematics tens himsaftht! he i, ,
Ju i Mr 4 Lin-wed Oil, 2 Spikes, 6 in, Our Stock will fuly to give V
tir ngt eon'bt mainly of entire
20 d.'z Axe Helves )) Reid's Locks and Natural .
iti d jrted Philosopbv.Capt.
t satiafatjou
> &* to those
Jwue Luke Oil 10 Urind Stones, j I his establishment wbo.d.ieto hive
Family has been
i Taj lor, *. 7 Machinery T their
1IswouJ :20 duz Pad Links, xirie'l, THOS. R. MtCOXXELL. DllY GOODS.M. a stehas, &e., repaired in
Mrs 3 waka1Ie
Cethei bapti.t Mr CJjurca :>J..uc-* w,, Audraw Amelia AIJv JO f.w Tucker, Owj r 4 Co. Sea laUni Bagging, 2 1 Tuni Fur'e>entine Varniah, 2 EmpirtCityCookatovos Revere L thoronphly renovnted during the psst sum- Commandant of CodcU. and Prof of Eng'neering..Mr. .. DeL&ine, Kerseys and tinaey, Al! pero having good wauhe hicb m.nnef.. bowever V I -
20U Ibs 1ltwg Twme uif r-painted throughout, cleaned, ite. aui Is now donni
; McG J j 1 Ccpelo4i 5 P.aiitun V. II. MANGET. English Merinoes, Orsenburgs, perforns well, mind aresos, .atsf
1raLaLuAe, 5JUO -Miut-iUa Uupe, aborted sires, 1 Ship 5 WatertownBox ready forFAMILIES Pr<>f. of French and History.Mr. Scotch Plaid, Homespun, order, will dG welt 1i call ea.lrGrotIa..h. I

jp3h.tuea&Mt1.bejdie Pettes, Msr Iuut, \\ S 2uu0 the Tirrol Jop.-, 1 "Putty," 5 Parlor M INVALIDS, TILIXSIEXT AV. II. HUNT. A. M., Black awl colored Silts, Checks wad Stripes, terms are "w) cure .pay.5 V

1 Lhjtwkr 2 ieag John 10 f Cuttou Duk, 5 pa Cotton floas, IbPhil.PureLcad,390 this Stove Pipe, BOARDERS Ac. Prof of Chemistry and English Literature.Mr. Elorenco do do Cambric, if-- *Ta'm9elf f this T>!wtnn y to tea.

r.tatett. i Lowe, 4..UtMItLdL5jsrett 10 evils: packing Yarn, 20 bales Ockutn, 700 lbs French Zinc. 00 Zias, For the future Mrs. Thyjtnp-.n, a Indy po 1S g:'. eflrgO lOt pr< Grev M ckendud 6 3-4 1U ItlaukeU, ar.d the Priuls and Lawtu Bleached and it* TKinil/ for Uw liberat
M Mr. jLnw J L jrtet.uli IOOU ft. >...At'.Viu'w <;ia#% < ; every qualification, a Ivautageof long Prufior of Drawing. Drilling, patronage .
: jLU Jj4ue 11 Ci1t IOU pri White Mackenard, .MATERIAL. experience, will have toe &nperiiitcndanc The R. S. CAMP Muslins, assorted, Ticking, asuorte-J, bwtowe.1. aim, and he lwpca that by a d.t.rwinatiun -
utgis; BUILDING Capt.
2 ICerle 'd. ,
caw:* heavy to
JJ Jure1'li sutts.irilet soliaU a ccntinuauce of pasl favors unuer Ginghams, Flannels, assorted, please he wiLl merit a ecntinaan .t
lUrur JuUuEaUou Frauk Leak, C \VmM.iliaWer JacksouviUe, Jan 12, 1355. 40.000 Enrks, 300 White Pine Panel the present raau' rment,every exertion, with AMIS' Profe*')r of Mathematks.A. Jackonets and checked Canton, daCambrics their eoufldunc.j patronage. july. 141y -V
C COXXEIX il. I). Snrion.Thalnstitutioa .
J Wm 200 casks tcklauilLttue, Doors, the asriiatacve ot the present hctttcii1, will be wade Ilo'.scry, da
liinck; J StCajtJJirUr dii.er A J 2 FOR iO bVls Cement 250 Wiud.,vri,*s'teJsies, tx give general datislXtiou. Time home is doaira- u under the direction and management Fancy Silk Trimming, Bl.inketj, ion SALE OR RC ?.

M'esjrBu lMtrtul, LeIiCfl PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, &C. 25 Planter Paris, 150 pares BIiUL b'ysituateJthe of a Board of Trustees, in conjunction Needle worked Collars, Lady's silk Gloj-ea, & CONVENIENT RESIDEXCEonpy :

lirvwu of State.
nor do Chime- Irl-h TJnen Church.
Apply at this
Carter.Ju.o 1ML11.4i, 14U 13 SoTxf, from S10 to $35, furnished handsomely 'tithingiconting By an act of the Ledf'atnre, the Institute his tcttes, Damask Table Cloths [ v 3s -

Crur. II 6orge .MG4ry, EMts 'arannah tt Charleston Steamship IIiics. 53 doru Chair. !rom 33 to $13, been furnished with HO Cadet Muskets anl Ac- Ribbons assorted do a

Curn r, R Gubcrt M ir-mu Jobn The weU-kuo first clx-i Sceaui'hipsKEVSTOXI 1 1 Cottage Chamber Setts, from $23 to $45, Being entirely built of wood, which render it free enutreuients, and a Field Battery, consutin of Handkerchief, assorted, Silb &n I Napkins atratv B-jceti, S1.3O. Merchant's Hotel, siA .
4ea1is Miss LM bIfldi1, E4uth 30 i'> from The connected Chtcr feifoB, S. C a a-
: 4T.tTI 40 r.eacUteadi, from $3 to dauipneo' rooms by Folding fLint six-pvunder bran pieces and two twalveoucdcr Silk MautiUa, t a
CnIDItun. Thom i-H 1uIer1 i1 1'cii.nrtcU 25 Bureaus, (ruin 81 to *2i, itMars, wth lirepUces, and blinds to windows [ Ilonitzcrs. V XKBCCTIOX IX PBICrS,1'J .V

C&'t. .ti&cici Iiizi rii'T. B. }lAkD1i, 10 Ex Tables, Oak aol Waiint, : opening through to the Piazza, sn.1 afford a de- Tbe'SuperintenJent and Commandant are graduate Cloiliinj. i' "'11 "nsfcawathairotai :

d. G VsvilCi STATi: 01' GCOIUSIA, 50 Mattrcse, I IAl liglftful promenade of 300 feet, aol protects the ? of West Point, and as the Institute u upon Dress Coat, Flannel Shtrts, situated in KIng Street.so&itfi-ou, lbs travel

k, M S Mrs NLLcnwn, 7 o Pine Table*, Wash Stands, Sinks, Wardrobes i hoae from rain, cold winds, iix, and forms a delightful the West Point plan, the public may le assured Pants, Negro do hag pnbHc' thereof ratrooA-*. DanwlV1Icq V

C Hiu K .g.ui.e1 0 erry, WiUoaPeactvk fAPT-. 1. CAKV1V, Ice Che-t, Center Tables, Hat Trees, RKTP.EAT frotn confinement at all season* that iU government, discipline awl course cf Vests, hats and Caps, a 3ortei!, per clay; single dinner, SO cts.ouly. '

Cai, AndrewOwprr. Joltit 4 VU1 hereafi.r form WEEKLY Ll.VE to PIIILADIILPUIA Work Stands, Card Tables, Looking GLu*** ic. ut lip year. The Ilou o situated inn central studies will be strictly enforced. Stocks and Cravat, Shirts nod CuU jrs. july -6m JA3IL 3 3L 1UP.ST.. '

fM R'V If rier, 4fl Miiiajr EVERY SATURDAY, al- DRY GOODS. po>iti
C.wIlLg, lJ'.L : Paytsg, i ruatelT.l from SAVAXXAH sod C11AKLES- houses. It contains Brooms, and coovenieucieii TERMS. Lady's Enameled Book, Men's Buuti, course, FOR RENT OR SALE. .- ,. Va

lb.lIy. J O i1lyne, M JoUn TON > fk.w: > : 2 Ca'es Blue Strip llome.-pun, i l general, and for accoi&modatiuu cunitot be fur Tuition, Board, Washing, Fuel, Light, Hire of colored Ties, fine, LARGE Store-hIoasesituateXnt .

1.flL M.irtin 1 Parker, 12 S'.iati MIEI TiM, Kc >touc State will sail froai Snvannali the 4 I1 4. bcnim, pa.- cd.P. Musicians, and all other contingent expenses, per kid do Shoes A Slippers, A liemamio County, and those who Bayport*' '.

1'rtn' U Uenjimnal $PAtersott, AJPJVT following .ituJiys-Jsiiiary 1'Jth, Fetnurr 2J 4 1. Still. Shirlioj, S -My object in advertising the above, u to session of fiie month., in a.JvnaeKll2 50.Surgeou's silk Gaiters, w Congress Gaiters,. ble of doing as good county business win are and detirf it'at .'. V

> ui ;, MKmurtm .h.u tt L aol IGth, March 1st, 15th avid 22th. Learing 2 CotUn Oi-naturg', make known to uiy friends thai this lI'uso, fr the fire, per annum, S3. kid Slippers, u Rip LTogan, profitable investment. As the Tillage *f Lay-post *
Cst1ie2iiflI.Y1, J 1'ixa I'hilddelpLia the alternate 'atur.luya. 2 Cotton Flannel, future, will give ratiafaction as repreaeUeJ, or no Persons desiring further information, can Misses col'd Gaiters, ToutL's d> a situated on the Uuf tua fine rieb aaJ V

Jxridsna, Parker 4LLagrs, J D The Stale ol Georgia will sail from Charleston 5 balo Bruwu .c hetic anl Shlrtbg, charge will be uiaJo. i solicit trial. a copy nf the EesnlaiionV by J.a-1-lres-inj the Boota 1 Slippers Shoes i Boots, county oear.it, it cannot be otherwise then grewfesr froC-.. -

Ihwur. I riel i4rutZr A Rosenblatt, lbs (>!1oin
lbr.w. t M Miss ijjuei, a I* 51 l'th and 2Jd, Majxh StU and 221. Leaving 1 cue PdVool ilotcU, Atigu tnp.; Dec l-3ra Dec. 15, lSo5-3m Secretary.TLAXTATIOX Together with a !are vawrtcse&t of the finest climate, and abounds with an theten-'

1'ut. iks, Alrv Mia FtruJeri Jvharex. l'iiUd t{>iru tliB k'torn-itc Saturdays 1 eis White FOil SAL.C ILIRD WARE. ry of good living JOHN Z.JOHNSON *'

Elb.ra, MrftretMr. !arntueratl,Win In strength, peed aud accorunvclations tb. 3c-es Bru n and B'.ue Twill, izoi. :.i E-BR 1ll.T.EL3ItIJDLEBLflG CUTLERY Agent for J. PARSON.. : -4

Eitgir.iI. Mis tr tti'4, Toutna* i-liip" are fully equal to any running ot the coa t 5
trge 4'trtrd, 1My4Fiui.y nltnd narigotion, UK: milef on Ilelaware I River j jUid 5 cP-ei Ker. vn aol L'u-eys' be offered fur sale at Palatka, Putnam GROCERIES $c.. $c. ing time premises. us T-tt. .
I tti.org. Jeans E. FLA.. WILL It i.e tr Int lOT. 4* wn ot Junt : & ) Cay; two nigliU at M>% Cabin pafaiigr, with I 2cmMKculutLy flurtdn, ai puUte aurfion, on toe yio > *arj | V V
ii aatha M'u-s ''Siniti, I.IMI1G4i. late room nccouui.*l limis and UIxtl of faro.SJO 3 54J05 UK-KOiry atnpe, FRANKLIN PAYS ON expense, suitable styles anti qualities of g-x-d forth 3IILINEIy. '
First next
,Scotch Plaids, Monday January Ladies.
''*' PeU Wciigtoat from either l* rt. Steerage $3. Also %f hiu1i ivsiAlparaaMerLDoS

t (i
4&buiu. Wm '1tukei, Kesry Agent at Savnuujb, C. A. GHElNKU. Cambrkk, Ja4i1oiacta, FabbuM, Handiercuicf', lunging; to the estate *f George Oliver, decoajed. Fla, *
i Gord.s t J4i CSFt JueepaC4I.t 2IlIb1Uw Jan 12-Jm. (aborted) ic ie. FARM FOR SALE. The Plantation M ay>nt 23 miles from I'aUtka, For Florida Direct. Uliei thereof, and ranutfndmg country, that sW 4 If

*, 1 It A Apraita HOOTS f SHOES. and 11 wiles f*<>m We.tka! upon a beautiful sheet will be happy to receive any onlcn ia her tin, V

lUtr.ry, C John N Peck To Masters of Vrssqls ffihIE snbj-criber oilers for sale of water anl oaeasible by steamers anl boats, Through In 23 to 3O that may be entrusted t*her. Residence on.Mon
UatriaSWiis 12 cafes Kip Erogaiw, with every convenient*f>r getting oT the amp.- hours to I'llatka roe street, adjoining the Presbyterian Couth.* Vp
I1'oreu, R U 2 S&.vviia1 V AM nw prepare 1 to *Lip S KA3I EN" at the 5 ca.e Calf _L a small STOCK FARM, containing Forty The settlement u.npou a beautiful eminence, fifty THE FAVORITE STEAMERCAROLINA \ N. B. Ladles, and Muses bonnet, geaCI T .
I Men's and Boy's Sh"e Acres of bottom lan well drained .
good and
w-orted clay ,
Jlejse Vr IIllur A James 3 th',rteft nutire. Alltummunioations aJlressslto 10 cases or sixty feet tfrive the level of the lake, with aaunobrlnicted men Lab, ic. bleached, prt&el said dyeuLsr.
1Twttt 600 Lade. Booti, Gaiters, Siijer 4e. sub-toiled, lyinjr ou the road from Jacksonville to
the undersigned will meet with atUuliou. pr* view of four miles across the lake- April -ly. -_ V
t, W 2IIrtlti.fi {Turner, C TITiirner prompt V
3 cooes Gents ,,tout l>x.t Mandarin, sad cico mile from the River St. Johns A Ene SCLPHER 3PP.IXG u near the dwelling, -
; John 'V.a. Addretf, Calf Boots.CnckeryWare The improvements frame i ;.
fine are a good
6 dwelling
cases and two or three flourishing Orange Grove (jour
llalwe, S P .tVUtoMim. Matilda 2InJtyner > L. M. COXETTER COMMANDER .WANTED.
home and kitchen with brick ,
chimneys, a ncw, The lake aboun ls in&rh, anti the surrounding
.t2-2ni Savannah, Gco.CCGMS1I s-Ware Ilari-Ware, Cut-
I Gl ,
t 11&ii Js.ph tWeduu, frame l>arn, with sheds around anl covered in, country has ur.Jam.-e of gi ne. The place contains T7"ILL resume her regular trips for the season, AN active honest Man in each neetkmof the

S 2i |1tV..t.e; Joseph tlery, Tin-Ware and Wood-Ware are complete.C Sugar Mill, Boiler, Curt., Fanning utcn.il ic.AUo about 1700 acres, of which a portion good \ \ by leaving South Wiurf! on TUESDAY, I State, to Uke orders by SampU for VEL.

JuL.<, A C !' Witt, JJjtvidJitbnrijn AX1) CI.tICiL rpeting Paper Hanging', Straw Mattings, I 150 Lead J stock Cuttle, two yoke of Oxen, hummock and the remainder fifet elm pin land; the 5th mat,, at half past two o'clock P. M., and PAC3 MAGNETIC AGEVTS. Toactiye W .0

A C Caj-t 2 liiielwid, C J ilri "*2fySCHOOL. Velvet T&t1watry. n ftixk of IIota, Poultry, ie. Household and it has every TUESDAY at the same time he wCl leave a salary of 8900 per year, and a small comiuissioa V

June, J M 'AVuu'le/ Kitchen Furniture. There is on the premises a 250 ACRES OF OPEN LAND, for Jacksonville, PicoUta aol Patatka, and the will be paid "aalery payable M mt3ly.w For

Jordan, 11 Ji>hn : '.tc'Jn, R George .CLO TILING. thrifty Orange (Jr',ve, ninit of the trees tearing, Gin house other landings on the Sw Johns River. particular* address DR. JL VELPAi, .45 I-i,
and all suitable plantation fouling*, ,
Pr* u cil'.ia far aar Qt th* above letters will Dress Coats, Negro 5blrtt 1'each Tre>, Grape Vines, te. The Und u is a UtensiLs Provisions STAGES connect, at the places n.imel, with Broadway, Xew-Ytwk, ectluslBx stamp to prepay > -
31.5.>. my they are uilrertiaeJ or they uia uot Dress PiinU, Flannel Shirts, hih, state of cultivation-locationery heiUlhy. Ac.,if perfectly desireX new. Farwing Alligator, Madison, end oth.r interior towns of answer. [Io'r 17:41 .

WM CEOTIJli HU and Caps. For to Ir.C. S. LULKV at Ja Juon- Florlla and Tam :: a
get tbeu Vests, terms aj ply be for Eait and lliddle St. Aajuitine, -
At the time and place will offered
Jan_ 12 P.Jst M&stet.OTICE TIlE on !err.igne'l l would respectfully! in- yule, Fla, or to the subscriber on the premise*- pa on the C.ufof3renko. l'riaateBoardin ,..
All orders must be accompanied sale a Tract in Alacbua county, containing 6-10 ; ,
if JacksonviMo anti l lunrrouniiinj
) the citizens < Post Office, Mandarin 11*. Returning, tha CAROLINA will leave Pahtka
I in the Arre-lond-j Grant being Pec. 11, T. THE subscriber informs .
A1)MI MITR tT4)lt () f1GL. acres h. reapeetrullT- tftv
that he will his JOHN L. HAMILTON.
8 o'clock M. Pk-olata lII
community at A.
re-opn remittances. Thursday morning, >
by 10, 11- 19, near CoL Patterson's plantation ; also JaputIi; that he b prepared to aeeomaiaaat
u hereby pv r that rix works from School fur the instruction of rnnth in all the branched Nov. 10-4w o'clijck, and Jacksonville uu Friday at 3 o'clockA. V aV ,

.\ u AU I >hall -ip7>ly to the J ud.e of Prubatc | of a thorough Engli and Classical luxation, Dec 22. 1654. on one Matacioa Tract of river 15Q ,acres south anl of SL another Augastice.cf 170 acres, M, reaching Charleston that night, connecting good lomte.1 board nuraher, at reasonable of families rates.,or single person- witlr*4 V t.::

of 1os.1 Cucnty for Ceuers of AdjuautratMia ont on Tueniay, Crrt ly of January next 1'ljaokful ATTAfll-HCXT-Duval Circuit Court.jcAxPsuvr c1ct1 FrBAYSTREFT For particulars inquire of James R. Fraser, at with the New York steaiaen both ways. The house is situated iaa }4ea iBt-part of tJvi
the Ei-Ule U Peter Pont, dcccoj-ei. I for the liberal bettowod on his For and other ,
very patronage freight cagageniecta particulars town
of Ocean
3 W. II. Bordley's, Savannah or Messrs' B. A.Put corner and Monroe streets Jack.
Jan 12. 13i6-Gw JOHN M. PONS. efforts during the short time he has been engagedas Sum sworn to S,79 QQ. aim and G. E. Fairbanks,, St Angujtine. apply to WM 31 LAWTON i CO, *>nville, Flo ida. COV.,

a teacher in this uommonlly, be hopes. by strict C painagejtl.150.00.1 { (Next door to Re d's Brick Building.) Agents. Southern,IVharf. 1 1535 tf
NO 1 1C 1- AT'oizuAM DAT. ) NOT 24-4t Jajsoory .
attention to business aol tIe exertion of every effort JOHN r.ow.tRDAnt,
TUE undersijrnod will pc11 'IIOOLon Monday for the inorul and intellectaal adranc mrut of 'pIlE Defendant and all others interested will THE Subscriber has new in Sept 22- Jacksonville, Fla. --VV -
1 above
notice of the institution of the WANTED
.L tiM litU utrl at Mr. DjwaU's Store, on bis pupiL, to w.rit acoutinuanco of the same Reference take attachment returnable to the and is constantly receiving direct from publican copy.1'lascrinPlaIii. The People'sDRY Clotltihg.a iAb
}'ort ,ttiret un or ea.-l of Ocean, lie hc>]>eb ic made with the utmtstconfideiwetothope entitled 'suit by New York, a fall and well selected assortment of ONE or Two Hundred Negroes to work on the
next Term of the Circuit Court of Juval County, Kail-Road for whom the anti Ornamental ; V.
liberal ,
} prou.ptt M aitd totte&tiou to acrita pa- wboe patronage be has hitherto enjoyed, and he
Jacksonville in said on the READY MADE CLOTELYG GOODS STORE. **
to be held at will be paid. Apply to Bricklaying, Ac.T -
true* httpea to be ivbl, during the next year, to establish wages
Term .(Tuiti in-W, J5 60 sod ?7 per ouartcrGuo1 on a firm and permanent Lavis, a school, that third Moo lay of March next, and to appear and AND Sept JOSEPH FINIGAN, Jo ksonvne, EE subscriber desires again to offer his serviL (Atthesiyiof-ihe GIANTS RED CAP,)** fe V :

rcferances can be given tf required. will, in point thorough instruction and discipline, plead to the dcclaristiuu! filed in said cm.e.MciNTOSlI Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods or A. U COLE, Orange MOli. c s to kU old friends and the public, in the Sammu JHuckj Bay Street. < C

JOHN F. PELOT be *ecoud to none in the State ; and w the object i WHEATOX, .22-tf performance of Plain anti Ornamental Plastering, U MZretontbsg to hi*'frienda. aad eitU s
Plaintiff Attorney. which are manuftctnred taordcr and also As lie wit contract for zenacf .
12-lt he a Urge Bricklaymg. Masonry, JackavnvilleandaurronndingeenktrT *
Jacksonville,Jan. is to make the school a permanent one, respecU
___ fully aA the aid and en-operation of thoiie Itterectcd Jacksonville, Out 20th, 1S55.-3aiAdministrator' and well selected assortment cf Salamander Lightning brick-work and plastering of buildings entire, upon fur past favors bcstaed cabins, od soCrio scea.. V

V Palatka Stsaa SaTr 3J111 far Sale. in the ea.ue 'feJuc.il ion, in effecting so de- .ot1ce.c.Ix j LOOTS A SHOES. CON DUCTUI{ reasonable terms, and pledges himself to use des. itnnance of the same. As he bu DOW entered into .
the execution of all work entrusted to his with his
ILL be offered at public sale! on ttc 4th dst wimble an ol.jeot sal benefit to the roinmui.ily. date the willi3 to which ho would call! tLo oUcttiou cf the public the patch in a copartnership orother m SavannahV the .
\ WEEKS after undersigned These are only Permanently Safe i business will be earned enmort extensiT Iyrt3Jdcit
(Pr February next at Palatka, Putnam Regularity in atteii-lanr being esaeutially neneee I apply to the Honorable Judge of Probate fur gcnerally.He L1GUTESIXG RODS care.lie hardly thinks it necessary to give those to the style and firm of -i**r* V S
Florida the entire tWisbment known to the advancement of the pupil will sell low for cash
iary *
Machua for Letters of Administration on whom fa U to the *t
county, known
invented. any ?surar < as quality A. J. 3IODE
as tht"Palatka Steam SAW Mitt.auprii.ig i Large; in bis studies, no deduction will be aa-li for lost Nor. 8 M MCNTF.R yet I
; the Estate MATHEW SCOTT, doo.a.e.1, late TIlE in3nlati u perfect, and not subject to cf his work, as in that re pcx.-tha his heretofore Wholesale and Retail DealerIn, "
twe gaeg steam s*w mill in complete order, with time, except in oase of protracted illness. -
Circular Saws, *n eighty lluiio, Power Engine, The school will be ooutiuaed in the same building of said county. CENTREL STAGE inip-iir as ia the case of those of ordinary eumtrucutrnction. given to hU patrons the mcst perfect satisfaction. Clothing and Dry Goodsv
TILLM.AN INCR.UI.Ott lie solicits a renewal of the .1:
The article speaks fur Itself, and those respectfully patron
spacious wharf for (1111111122, log(mm,outbuilding (Mr Swart'a tcUu>l-rooin,) oppusit Biggs kco.'s 21,1S55.-nov3-CvrGuardian's LINE. interested in the eecurty- of their houses, will sa- age of bU feUow-citizccs. JOHN IYEE3.Nor. and oar friends will find at all times a"lar n& .
and ind d house at'.achcd all Foundry.
a < elling nearly
g Il-gin. complete Stock too name row to meintoa. 5
Four. sIx anl ten dollars ALLIGATOR via I-ut7 thc.n'selvc.a by c.hing on Mr. .4, M. REED, Fot
a.w Title undoubted.Offers Terms- per quarter. Xotlce. KWNANSVILIE, __ and reasnnable
to purchase at private sale will be considered try" TuiUonpayable m< tbly. Guardian FROM ', and FLEMIXGTON to OCALA cit Ja'Lwnvillc, jit., tr 4r. WALTEI XII'?, Sli: ISLAND COTTON CJI.NSJ. quality prices please call and eewCvin
months eSter date the underpinned < >arwlves on street -
prior to day of aie.Ttruit %v. T. CAKE. SIX Jamos P, DolU Florida A. Dull, and Wm. somni-wecky! carrying the United States our uJe Agent fa- tha erection of these oda in THE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity to jniy Buildingwher n Bay wilt find, theame ics.4Ce4.g..e

-One third d.i, n and balance in one and Jacksonville, Dec. 22J, 1S55. Dell minors icUl exhibit hi aco>n&tsaod vouchers I Mail, and oonuoctuig with TALLAHASSEE East llorid iafynn the Planters .JT LONG STAPLE RedCap. you Gianfa. a
V 1
secured awl JACKSONVILLE STAGES at ALLIGATOR COTTON, Riat he has rebuilt his FACTORY and ..
twn with interest ce&t
year Probate for AUcbua Cuun-
j-er of
to the lion. Jndge ) '* The J. M. has received
Ikied the and with TA.MPA and PALATKA STAGES =X* one ia authorized to use U now toady ta fill orders ci L'tfliita citiou:clalay patronage aoriax
by of and
purchaur Moitgage I
upon and fur a final gettleinent, and discharge the tine be has been
insured aud PEABODY'SPcrpe ty, apply at OCA LA. our patterns i& Bust Florida, but cur above named at his uau.il pricea.PL' in boaineM in.hi, city;ba, 1.
Itemises. Tie to Le kept
property of piid minois.
frwra the Guardianship disposed Lisa to ef whatever a
dUjoee be
A. baa
The that they are running, Agent. (inh3-ly) nteri wanting GINS, or Gin repaired, en
the Addrcs owners announce ? extra
policy Buncoed- t wit Bearing Straw-Berry SAMUEL I'YLES, Guardian.Newnansville hand, at prices that e w\ot feIl ta prodnee a tmil V
and will continue to omufvrlable Boxed and Brushes, will to the
GLO II FAIRBANKS, Ateignee, Scptbaber 2, 1E55.Lf.Notice. run. Stage on II41C LESSONS.iis apply following of pleasure from his tomen.
of the subscriber at this er thereby rciprocate *- t
St.. riantAS this line for the acvoumodation paaictuters.WRIUIIT Agents, or place :
AugukUne. C. ANDREC will give Lessons on AOENT3.BISBEE (he favors of the T>uU.e. He hoe dei fmjnod V
: A M REED, Jarkconvtlla. the senseD has "Jrived for transplanting the Agents at Migtor.L. cI11x1;J the PUoo Forte to a few more pupils; 4 CANOVA, Jacksonville, Ha. that the most fOctiina shall w4 leave ajiq a

JAMES LtRT, Palalka STRAW-BERRV, I Uke thiamethud of advising hat ins been engaged in Teaching Music for the S. L. NIBLACK Fix with dusatijfaetiua is regard ta th.tr bajgaua. j i ,
jaa)2-3t) the Gardcuerf and llorticulturirts uf Florida wi hng; to bid for the erection or SCARBOROUGH, she feels satise.1thathe Alligator. Call one and all! We amions -
two iq; Jacksonville, are to wait ,
PEHSONS past apon
AgetA at Xewr.ai'riUa.JOUN years JOHN B. SPENCER, Whit Sprinyi, HA.I ,
Court house at Gaic vile! Al-
HtOKSorbe- how they can obtain my EVKB Btanisc PLANTS.I ofa can give gatUtietion to all who may favor andserveyoi. Rrad read!! read -
A CO. Centr
JHART LEA, ) O. ACOSTA vUlage, Goo. .
will the plants in earth and moes, aches County, Florida, will send in their Proposals who wish learn this A. MODE t BRa
JT itb detiju carefully pack her with a call,*4fcl to this. to HILLEARD do. JncksoftviHevandnest '
in Drawing-tiled 13 Agettt at (Ocala. ThOMAS ; do. .
Price fibers J2 1-2 cents. te go to any part of Florida, in safety. The plants wth Drafts and Specifications, on vr buforeth 'ort branch musical education, no better opportunity COOPER A GELLELAND, Savannah Ceo. djor to 'Monin News"office, ,

Memoirs of fyrlne Smith- his Daughter, will be put up in packages of from 100 to 1000, et first Monday ia January next, to the Judge New lusic-Son s could be offered, V. Miss Andrea was taught by CUA9. II. CAMPFIELD, do do. dee -lj tIny street, Savannah. y ll'U for *4 200 for $7 300. of Probate in and for said County. This 5th day "
ttblubed the Its the following rates: ; ; some of the mot uqucent professors of iluaic in the S
rftn B. R. WOOD Beanfonl S.
Lady UoUnd by Capt. BYTUr CSCOrr
-recently ,
{ for Wj 500 for 812; or IWK for 32t). Packages ofDecemler, 1635. dec8-4t T) ECEIVED per steamer Carolina, from XewJ. country. t-'OR SALC. -

,Dolo bound in aai ciolhX his.M.rehas-hy Headly.uph may be sent daily to Savannah by express, and .i, York, Wednesday last, the following pieces Cull at Mn. TOOK u Axrcer's residence on Da- DEBEAUX 4 IIK.YWARD.Charleston S. C. 4
from thence b> JaciKmvUle by boat. Printed directions LIVEUY \ new Music; val street, between Nawnan and Ocean streets. WELL KNOW ANDTZKT IES1ti.,
Ameiica S. L. BURNS
Central Chiapas,
Q' TrareU tn wilt be sent U each purchaser planU. z Fantasia from Opera II Trovatore j TJiinkingef 6tLIflAJAIILE i ABLE PLANTATION AND RESIDENCE

Ac. Su-ptuij's Arabia Peinra.Jlutcrical of Norfolk Orders accompanied by the ash will reueitepromMBtUntion. huE subscriber will keep conX Old Timai- words by Chutes Swab ; IjnleSchotti'b sept .July V 53-Em_V St. Marys, Ceo.V of the Ute Henry SmUer, deced, itaatad uoq

sad Da.ripte blietches CJIAS. A. PEADODV.4eceV3in hand of HORSES by Miss Halsey; While Mn,iug all HOPEttTY IN JST.AUGUT Insolvent Notice* the St John River, annt five miles above Jackonvffle $
- Va, and Vicuwty-by Willum L Forrw Also Ga. utantly on a supply good alone HatUai Spare Heart from Growing SALE. called "ORTEG" The
Columbus. furnished toa'ny my ;> C ECU L. DONALDSON, Administratrix of Plontatioa eat.
tneUunnc kk U-het of U'dliauburg, Hampton, and BUGGIES tt let. Cogveyance Loves' Ware Cookoo or the Birth EMILY braces about Four '
0p Hiding ; the Thousand and Five
; THAT TINE RESIDENCE opposite S- Donaldson, late of tUi'a County Hundred V
bua rded the
5affolk, bmitunld and, other places, with a *criptioei tor Sale, pa rt t f the country. U res by of Spring I Cannot Part with The*-Absent, but -T4 Also that valnabl Aere," copaistins of pine and Hammock I"-
Ertill IT ft* audSbrubery week Ui. By moderate ; : MAGNOLIA HOL'gE. ddfea ed, having filed iu my otHce a writ lea suggestion *!*,
of interest in feed mo
of uf the irinu iU u.oi.iJ tingle day, or V'
suaie { not Foreyltan,rfavorite for the piano forte -wall a-lapted to the eoltura Cora ,
songs ; the FL'JIUDA of
JJV JJ. WILLIAMS and personal attention he hores to gain a HOTEL property kcOTa a* cf the uuolveney of said Estate. This uiberefore ionr Cnn
Ei/tern charges
Be t v'fSouUi Yugiui. !tar*, Stephen's Book I 1-4 from liberal trhara of patron.tge. Stabla ou A rnAfT miles
I'WJWLi"I Qtt.i" Sanderson Will I
Si-bnttisah the
At Rechercfae by Harry ; IL COLE miEila ft, to prfcsoi.t them duly proved cleared, greater part of which are under cultivation.
He oo! has lots for t
Sr the Farm Mmw's DouwHic Pi>*4rr Book ; in the west 'rt of the town.
{ FLORIDA.A p Love tc. ?- Tim* will Show, and several Mitts FU. Upon the
JJAgT cf
Howe the IXi'Ucy( the froothernfcUtes TALATKA, the accommodaticn of Wagoners and Drover yon apnt ISt Grants 'o4 authenticated to the Judge Probate of I'u- premises ara a find eommoduHij -

oa Grape; ranar and VardMtt FIXE selection uf Pea, TrreJ, 17-6m MEREDITH PEA1LO'. other pieces. -.-- val County, on or before the Crt Monday in Jan- Dwelling fronting the rivers a larr Smgxe .
; FMseodea'' Ctiijilets Mrs. Liaoota'* B*. (grafted) 25 centi. DOT 17-tf C. DREW. 1/(1lj.4IaCOf1RENT. nary next, at which time there will be3a pro-rota House, with Engine, Boilers, ., toatfW..tSnece -V

iUcpt ti Factlptj{ BoUwi of Select AltoJid, tO MAGIC LANTERNS. A COM ODIOrS and desirable house, plea- distribution ofthe assets cf said Estate amount ary OuHIooiej, Negro houses ia rood repair

Cbenittnr.NCvV tmyj CUILI4MLk'. $ poacjf Gec rJ A variety of th. best Fig, M Rich Cameo TUT reefird, arid for sale a* presents for the Jgaatly: situated oo the Western part of the the creditors thereof. V V and a fine TVelUf water. For health and 4 V :

KXPCCTrD.Dr. Sweet Orange, 6 years old, 25 to 100 AND MOSAIC JEWELRY, J Chriotina Holidays, h*lf dozen fine MAGIC (own, uUtactuly! built ao4 well CnUhed in every Witi my name is Judge Probate,and the wUbrity this toatiuie5 rs inJncenlents rarely
HrpKH Bert Lemon d 23 to 100 part, containing elevoa usaua, a good well"of [Seal] seal uf*aid Court, this the twentieth equaled in the Southern Country Terms esy.
Kaac's Mr Moivatt'iew Cicily T1? mbeerbs bavhigjisttarncdfrgma, LANTERNS, of three aizas, at prices from S.I to
Eif.lora4i..osfntbm.trd9 do. ?3telOODwart water in tha yard an;} all geeesaryout building, dayuf A. 1'. 1S55. For further particular inquire of IL3L SaUjiroa V
$ book, "Manic Lift j" Xra, Wrt'g new Ylura'sbictisry. Citro,Orauge.fin.) do. 100 '7))| New Vor itt a large sail beautiful varie- 96. &H e of (the he elides color of tot Lantern vivid. are with and suitable for a prWate Boarding house, b offered FELIX LIVINGSTON.Jide the preoiaet V V 'V
dark ground, very They ar* *
for tale or ruqtby thpyoaron reasonable' Pfobatu Di 4il Cuuuty. II. K. SADLER. )' >. C
of 6n Game artic- DEPARTMENT.DabHac suiUU CnristiA preo.vItJ for the boys. *
Also ca aaad aa avortoMBt FLORAL & very i
Silver-Waro 3Q- U. it.SADLER ,
hi, Cbem.cn, Lc., Ac. W th all article ia the cf the diljerept and finest Jewelry, Fancy Also received an additional assortment of Stationery terms For further partkulari apply .* this office. -jane tn f PL A. SADLER Admin'mepta V.

Sutionerj hoe. C DKEW, ranoties, from 50 et*. to SI 00 a Goods article* Sand* and Boxes, Cap and 4to : FROST & BQCLT4R "Charjatta ,
6-tf StattOany
October '
1 00Canuneliae lor holding Invoit*, le, M hog*cy and eopy nee a eek witH
Jaa. gay ,
12 OocMwrt. ar jlushes
ROM orlidJtn
ipvitej the public to aa su.iiation ,and end bill to. Out oe,.
3 00C respectfully Ebony rulers, difiereot stjlrs, som. ?4 and 19 inches General Commission Merchants .
VALES TIXEliOEDIIBS of his stock, ttMnprising M it doM, eon;. of the Final Notice, V .
be had in length Cooutuiphoaso Inkstands, Blank V
"AIi Other Trew and Iflawtr may onreroaabUtenn tidiest apd most fashionable styles of Cameo, Mosaic ; Doable-action FeusPennacks OTICE U hereby given that six months from 101 State Street,Barton, JU&w., PRESENT BOOKS 7OVc'IRJST,1L4S. I : -
with amount Books Perry's
ValeatiiMtt, ( n- WILLIAMS.PaUtka Draft ,
for any *. B- Lava and Scroll Jewelry in great vaiisty.rAlso5il.rWar. N' date fshall apply to khe Hop.J d8. ftfPpbatei nay strict and prompt attention to sale OF BEACTTtra tioii 4 -I
) for aaU ia UM UiUrior, will U ilUJ by 9-3m Proprietor' Motto Wafer .hcetfl, Wp Files, Ivory and WILL TBOOK of -
Dee. Fancy (Joods, tnitable for for setHement of ao LUMBER, TLMBLS. OUTTON and
aad' a my ,
tb. subscriber who baa a Lndom a ortn.Btonkmd. Box Foot ftalo*. CbMtcrman'i?. Patent M tallie for Pure County dhrtiogaued aathoreiUutrated V V 1'r I
jan12 DREWt holidar aod other presents,w4cb will I.e sold cheap Tape Msasnre, 40 feet, 50 feet, J5 feet; Count- count, and for final discharge from the administration pther Southern Prodnce. with aix.beaatifMl Urgi aiie u> P43.f the faaulc .

for sash. tTl7-tI] GEO.FLAG0N1UAII3RWJ14AGC, ing-houfe slabs, 9 by 13 and 8 by 16.' of the Estate of Richard' DilVw deceased.. pet 7 V-tf OLIVER PROST. face, V stlea3LV % V

soricn."liriLL 'Abo received additional npply of fine Cap and Nev36mn !f. fltIOM.J. ROYAL BQULTERi VV OEMS OjE4tT1I-.di.d frjJailyp., !.

W sold order <4 th. Kavy .Mt. V val.-Ulustratsd. _
,.Vy andORNAMENTAL nadortigned U now prepared to serve the Letter, and Vote Paper, piled and unruled, ? FOR SALE.
n.nt, for CMO, at I*bli outcry, ia the THJJ and 5flrer Cases TUB THDCGHTli B r. P.Wfl.
pol4 Portfolio
PAINTING. Gold Pena *,
at large in hu ]i(9-of busin,,,. Holmes desirable residence in the town of JacksooApplj
tbe 12th ,
tow of Jarksnvville E 7, e T d y. *-illustrated. .
> lavoio Btx|;, Fancy Invitatlwn Card and Envelop A V
4ay tf rvbrvary Mat, at 11 .'clock A. .M, aIM "PEE rataerihr.telBgiiow permanently locaUd lie wUJ ..tend ta the sale of cgrta. Land.. or Fapry. apurmacba'Purto1iis, a* 100 TTa.15rfJJV. TWa. *Q These are an beaatifol large rtia

ft &M RED CKI>AR, eontaiuiBg afewt OM tboo- i J. offer hU aarvtees.to the citizens of Jackaoo- any addrestid f/thpr effecta information plaeei ia bU ehaj-pe.U Letters *for, ladff*, Portmooaie*, ifr, Ac presents pay particular attention to tales of Tel, V da fl CI3DEE t CANOVA. books,fuITplt, ia munercxu btnduiz. '

send slim Tb. abov* Cedar wac aiutd by taC. vms, in the above. braaU**, and solicits a share His far frill promptly in this State replied For sale, by DREW, WILL Pine Lumber, Live Oak, and LAND UAKItA.Vls. Also an assortment of smaCer amnab acdlmfaBtt .

.&Tiahr AgeM u baring been cetoiia>for the holidays Just ev.ud.e '
fcy ** B.-GUdieg, Graining, ErouiiBj Ae- and others, unnecessary appeal rfereoce V sale ali.
laada. i < ; ( ta order los ;:cln SCINPWB J. LAND M'ARBRANTS- V For anuaberoi Faaey artielesCQceseins.
executed with cettacis tci BENJAMIN HOPKINS.. C WBAPPINO PAPEK. 20 reamipinj Wrap. V .- -L V V
dl.pat4.irrfI4Uy. '
3OUicFELOT. t fc : )u7Jtt! a1 ,!: L3r C, JRLVA, :
1.stsa.; S Paper on aan4firtle- 1 ,) V % VP. '

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e'. ; (Tke Gnat Eyti, JTt.:) : State iltutttal; Jitt NO.3. APo' Oa .. A MARVELLOUS RMEDYS Felix LivingATTORNEY ,


./ II r L..4 t, .Convinced!! And Hand to Your Marine Insurance Co. ::.. { v, .? ",,, Restored to the- New, Store'tn i [Office In Broward's Brick BaiMingl J

t rl Neighbor!! Stores. Building, opposite Dr. Daldrtln'a Jacksonrille. E. P.,
I ,ALL dtteasa fleeh ts heir to, there Corner PKXNSTLVANtl. Washington Office Jacksonville. HAVING retired from the Probate office Ta.
I Off. that entail more misery a.. if Fourth and 'arke.Sb.Harrisburg, TTTHERE if kept constantly on had a large and the practice of Law. ta'ali t!*
pnlap the diseases cf tho Eye. Tb. P&llnL\ %;V well selected assortment of Courts of the Eastern CIrcuit aad j IB theF L *

',; II a UM termed "the window of the onl," Oapttal SB5OOOO. DRUGS A CCA. Court; at JaeJuonvill. also be the United&,
New Fall Winter Goods! ,
". ; I HYeryJuiUysoi fo when the light of day is PERPETUAL.* & Always received by anh'aJ warranted District Court at St. Augustine. Havingdnrt,

4 hit out from tbs body, I.like a hear deserted INSURE BUILDINGS Perpetually, MER.CU.NDSE resh and genuine. Also,. occupancy of the Probate offlVe .
; .Uefllfhtsadllfec a T..a.Dodi.e. FURNITURE, VESSELS in Combs, Brushes, Soaps, siderable familiarity with all matters relatiB7u
ses man opi or nor* tha I'or and other Property, for Qtnsl No JiU0 I 1 Perfumery Ltamps, Hurtling Fluid, Ac., the estates of minors and deceased persons. an4
,; fcatafiaf &he who discovers a'rem- against loss or damage blr. Cljcnp} ) t011g < which will be sold low fur cash. the settlement of accounts by Guardian and A*
A i iy fe then b. 1 the gratitude ministratow I tender my services particular?tl
o a attendedto.
aaia Dr.T. L. Stephens b the only -ATBUEOWT Country orders solicited and punctually Holloway's Ointment. persons having business in that Ji... I win' aC
wke has a claim) on the public gratitude fur r.1.IiDt .- John P. DIECTOR, S Pbj.iil'prescriptions put up with care and attend to Pensions, Bounty Land, and to aD otk.
their wffering. After having spent a. Philo C. Sedgwick. Alonto Kotl.. & detpath. GRAND EXTERNAL- REMEDY.By claim against the Federal Government,'Dtnat.
Rail ft life-time tn experimenting, be hat at lad Albert Carrer. TEAS. TiE to me, with promptness.
J.Giet. John B. 3 Sammis' Jacksonville Florida. the York Pekin Tea Company. Dov.IiIymicnD
S. J ,ae..4lndLsv.raths CHEMICAL Alvan Samuel Jones. Block, Bay street, Agent for New the aid of a we see millions of
Wiiin. and of 34 varieties from mlsrp
p. BTB SALVE, which ai "meia agent, stand Samuel 1'Jooe. THE StBSCRIER ba.just received a general assortment of DRY GOODS at their new store, Tea 1-4 of direct lib. Imprabo all warranted and, at little openings on vf our bodies. T. antc UT. ] CHAS.. DOWS190.I1IRCIIETT .
S a.It-al it compounded upon strictly P. President. will sell a cheap .any other 10uI in the country. They have aop a .to pabg. Through these this Ointment, when rubbed on the &
I ., I ; U b Impb. for it to fail, A. J. GILLETT. RtTIERFORD. ted the principle of"Small Profits and quick Returns," the attention of the Public extremely low Dealers order skin, is carried t any organ or inward part. Dis DOWNING
*a>4 .almost like a e\idence read Stetr.L.. General Agent. examination their Stock before purchasing elsewhere. In i will b found the following, with many &Cuntry with supple by eUe of the KidoeJs. disorders of the Liver, affections ATTORNEYS AT LAW
l .Ue fetWwinr certificates-they will oonrince yon. J. II. McRORY. Agent,JacktonrUIe Fid.RtrERKRCLS other articles too numerous to mention: t."h. of Inflammation of_ the Longs ,
V. Testimonials fromlht Mo.'We AT JACKSON TILL?: : : : GARDEN A FLOWER SLEDS, PLNTS. Ac., Asthma, Coughs and Coll. are I.yl. means effectually AMD
Nernt.o Fut. Ce!. J. S. Sammis, I Capt. Charles Willc.v, TJ.Y .b. : : '. also always kept on hlnd. cured. very knw. that salt Agents for Claims
> / & .cnip unhesitatingly Col. John Broward I Sain'l N. Williams ] T. MCMILLAN. bone or of any thick ,
of any oommnnit to which I Knq Prints, Ginghams Linens JuySt passes freely through mea 490

'. .t.PHENS'may go CELEBRATED, that we.belie,. that CHEMICAL Dr. t. L. STE EYE Col. Henry Timanun, | tMth 7-tf] Jackunets, Grenadines, I Rareges, I Gro De Rine SIlk: d'j,. Jacksonville Foundry ness.penetrates This through healing any Ointment bone or fleshy. or part readily of the WASHINGTON, SEVENTH STREET CITY.fTTILL .

..' and Estab Florence Silk. Illusion, Cambric Bobinets, uI1J ASPMACHINE l living body, curing the most dangerous inward
ALVR be ft valuable for Oplhalsaiai Dying practice before tbe
1 prparaUo Reno\'atng Lawns Muslins Crape reached other Court of Claims,
I that
f from what we nave teen and beard of complaints, cannot b by mel. VV prosecute Claims before Congress a&4
...would say that iu eanal or,superior u a Cravats, Hosiery. Spool (Cotton, Cords, ERYSIPELAS. SAIL RHEUM SCOR- several Departments. aad th
rettydy for tore eyes or weak eyes, hu net er b 73 York street, rear of the Court Touse. Grass Skirts, .Osnaburghs, Brown Sheeting, I Bleached Sheeting, rPHE SlbriLr. ba'iDm:. sxtensive and HUMORS. & -

fore been brought before the public. SAVANNAH G E Ticking, Plaids, Stripes, Drills, J. improvements their establishment BUTl -
Wairen W.Tnttle, Bartlett A [tabUshed 1832.1rpHE Nets are now to furnish No remedy ha ever done so much for the cure REFERENCES
Ilockadty ] Musnuito Ribbons, Braids, Slaving.. .1 Webbing, prepared lIon. J. )MORTON U. S. S.
D. M. A J. U. Tucker, Car" Bros., SUBSCRIBER, greatful to his Patrons Whale Lone, Hooks and Eyes, I Edging A Inserting Men's Shirts Steam Engines, of any required power, from o diseases of the Skin, whatever form they may llon.A
lerni! K. Dpi I.Chaie, JL and friends for their continued favor would 1 to 10 horses ; assume as this Ointment. No cat vf Salt Rheum lion. S. R. E. J S1rUr. n.R.
A. J.Moore, nbytbel. Millinjrton. ute,that be b now prepared to Clean, or Dye Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs &c., &c.BilUTff Mills: Scurvy Sore Heads, Scrofula, or Hrysiplas, can MALLORY U. S. S.

,. I de hereby certify &uainte. on Silk and Woolen Dresses, Shawls, Ie.,1 : : : : : : : Sugar Mills; l long withstand .its influence. The inventor has Messrs. BROOIE lion. E. C. CMttt, FforUa.
the \ A.Nfl ffffELLadies' Horse Powers travelled over of the globe, York.
wll whO lame. are which he trusts will generally plea eall, who may : ; many parts visiting
.1 t. .fo prD'. TUy are gentlemen of integrity favor him with their patronage. Ladies' white : Grist Mills, the principal hospitals, dispensing this Ointment, MeltI.J. G *J. ****.****.*
I;i strict veracitr, and not deposed t exaggerMe Crepe Shawls cleaned and bleached in the very Hack Silk Congress Gaiters, Men's Fine Boots, and all other machinery used in this country. giving advice as to its application, and has thug July 2S-ly

ep any subject in which the public good i.I itaoeraed. best manner, or dyed any color that may be re- Colored Tics.. u Shoes, Iron and Jlrass been the means of restoring countless numbers to JOHN W. PRICE-

quired. I.ae' Bonnets bleached, dyed and Fine English I\it Slippers, Kip Brogans, :{?* Steambat. Saw Mill, and other repairing health. ,
; .. Given under my hand and official presned in fashionable styles.Gentlemen's }'t nrh" Slippers, at short SORE LEGS.SOJ'E BREASTS,WOUNDS Attorney & Counccllor at Law
: t ..1 .Clerk of tha Circuit Court, io I garments cleaned, dyed or renera- "GOt Buskin I Enameled and Faiicj Shoes fjjp:: All rnacbinajy purchased from us wi be : LCEIIS. ,
I I sail. ( & for Callaway County, Stat. of I ted, .may b required, in the same superiorttyle U u Kid 1 put in operation i any part of the by & JACKSONVILLE, fLORIDA,
I wv I Missouri, thlt 16th day of April, 1354. : which bl generally much pleased pa. U Cloth tipped (iaiters competent mabilt. when desired, and upon Some of tho most scientific surgeons now rely TI'ILL practice in the E ,
OEO. Clerk. 1 hi "Kid of this wonderful when tern Cinuit of FferV .
BAUTLEY troni and friend. TiC Lasting Congress Gaiters reasonable solely on tbe use Ointment ,b ida, and tbe Counties of
.5 Individual Testimony." When parcels are sent by Railroad or Steamboats namel tBots, lather. tipped Drawings and Estimates fumi med, without having to cope with tbe worst eape of fores,wounds den, of Georgia ChiKtoo Dee and Cam_

Sr. Louis, July 3, 1854. word should be sent him by letter through Misses' Parodi Youths' Brogans charge. MOONEY A COOK ulcers,glandular swellivgs,and tumors. Professor 15-ly
This It te certify, that by the use of one box of.STEPHENS' the POt-Ofee.u that he may know where to cal Boys Shoes, call lirogana. July St Founders and Machinists. Hollo way has, by command nf the Allied Governments EDWARD SISSELL. Jr..
EYE SALVE I perfectly for orders from Jacksonville, F!. dispatched to the hospitals of the East. ,
i ) Childrcns' Shoes reshipments Attorney at La '
gt a large Stock Ac. &c. ,
.sr.d of a and inflamed brught on ca be handed in to Mrs. larkneps. Millener, WORK Ointment to b ,
by accidentally.r1lr getting potato into lt. For three Adams street, thitd house street. Tifff 1W uiws; Jt J direction of the Medical Staff, the worst cases A.XDNOTARY
dais I used several preparations, such wtsaally JulySl-ly ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. .A B'l' 1PLr -s, Jarksun rUle, Fla.A'l of wound It will cure any ulier,glandular swelling !- PUBLIC.O5ce .

: a rbsrorted ote.lnUar cases, but they FOR PHILADELPHIA. A good a ortm cnt, comprising If ) PANAMA STRAW PALM >E bow prepared to execute promptly Orders stiffness or contraction of the joints, even of in Heed's New Brick UIIHirJ..
all teemed rather to irritate i and make it worse, LEAF, WOOL, FJ WIDE AWAKE HATS for Steam Engines, Saw Mill, Sugar Mills 20 years,standing. April 7] JccbunrilleE.Fla.
-, ., ad mae me suffer a great deal of pain Myemployers New Route to Niagara Falls the Great together with Children and Bloomers. and Pans, Grist Mills, Horse Powers, Iron and PILLS AND FISTULAS.These [(1
Messrs. Z F. Wetiell ft Co, avid Northern Lakes aud Canada. Hal Brass CastiDg. and every variety of Machinery.. mith & Bradford.ATTOUXKV -
I ', ate to try Dr. Stephens'Eye Salve, and it Fare : :: : : :: : : :Y and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, anil other similar distressing compHint
fgiiftfoy Reduced. :: can be effectually cured if the Ointment Le wet AT
ly relieved me of all pain almost instantly, but i .S'/U'E Steamboat, and other repairing. LAW
., ',' .few days CURED MY EYE ENTIRELY. From Savannah through to Niagara Falls, 323 A selected stock the demand of the Thy will continue the manufacture. and keep rubbed in over the parts effected, and by other and
Tours, Respectfully, nd distance shorter than by any other Route. wel market constantly on hand, their variety of Plows, Timber wise following the printed direciD1Iroun.! each 201ICITC3IHC H A ri i i"ji !

CHAS. MEIDEL. rPHE well known first class side.whtl Steam- llkThffWWE Carts, Chains, .ic., to which they respectfully in* pot. Alligator and ffsvnavstille /(. j
Tor sale by T. McMILLAN 1 ship KEYSTONE STATE, dipt R. HAK- rite oatronaee. July 8.-ly Both the O'tnemeiit and Pill should WILL attend promptly to all business

Jacksonville, Fla. DIB, sails from Savannah for Philadelphia, everyultennte HOLLOW ''ARr RAZORS SCISSORS, COFFEE BUTTS, 100KS.STAPLES, SPADES, AXES -.ac1sonTle JIlacLsmitblug, used in the folluicin!? cases: to them. entnut.!

D.If ILE7,Travelling Agent [augll-6m-eow Wednesday as follows: May 23d ; June nL.S, SClEW FILES, PownER) \ BUTCHER and SHOE Bunions Sore Lrgs M. writr. SMITH I I.
___ 6th and 30th; July 4th and 18th ; August 1st, ), KNIVES, COTTON CARDS, BEL- AIDM.CIl E SHOP Burns Sore Breasts Offico at Alligator. I I Office at SHAorom
II KOYAL. LETTERS PATliNT.THE 15th and 29th, Ac. Ac, leaving Phialelp"ia the KNIVES, FOURS and CARVERS.BIU'SHES.SPOONS.CHAINS. LOWS, HOOKS AOJ hINGES: At the Stand of Sedgwick.T Chappa.l Sore head July 7-ly Nswna&iTille.
intermediate (
HROMGE Wodoesdays. As regard. speed, I WINDOW STOPS, AUUKRS.: Sore Throats '
and accommodations, there is no hip run ROPE, TACKS, OI.TS. SAWS, SQUARES,. URNISHES Ploughs of all kinds, Timber Car. Cbitlaio Sore of all kinds l A.AeY.AU1"
1 WATERPOOF, ANTI-CONSUMTINE- strlmg tbe coast superior to the KEYSTONE LOCKS, PERCUSSION RULES, CARPENTER'S riages, Carts, Chains for Mills, Mill work of lout Filtula 5pr&iis
Oork STATE. Smooth water 100 miles on Delaware CAPS, SASH all kinds, Sugar Mill, Ac.TParticular I Lumbago Scalds
So1CE thy and River; only two night at tea. Cabin PLAINS GOUGES, POCKET KNn.E. .1 TOOLS,CHISELS,TAP BOREKS, \.% attention paid to SteamBoat am/r Mercurial Eruptions Swelled ttorntU! atJACKSONVILLE taw
14CF4CUD Passage, $20 ; Steerage, $ SPRING BALANCES, Ac.. Ito., Also Saw Mill repnring. Wheclwrighting done at shortest Piles stiff Ganr _. ,
,. ZIARCOrRT, BRADLEY & CO., This Line, in connection with the new NorthWestern WOOD-WARE, such as BUCKETS bROOMS, PAILS, AXE HELVES, Ac. notice. \ T Al orders left at the store of S. Rheumatism Ulcers E. FLA.
44 Markt5t. Manchester. Road Route from Philadelphia, affords BOOKS N. Williams will promptly attended to. July 28
Salt Rheum S"res 17
; % Wood-Strut, Cheap.
Principal the 19-tf J.
and A.
boref. cheapest inort-intereRting Books, Fools Cap and Letter Pencil! Wafers Pen aug Skin DL.rissea Wounds of all
VM(., Ameriean Ettabtistiwmts Route from Paper Sealing Was, with .selection of r kio
to Falls .
Niagara the Great
.nd Englnd. School Books Standard: Work, and light reading. 'fl1i J ; ChEST. Sold at th* Manof.ictoriri of [ or IIf L McQueen 3Idnto::<
Northern Lakes and Canada ,
U. S. 410.t u-Strtd./.ew ; passing up the Val SIR ASTLEY COOPER ., M.I)., LOWAT, 80 Maiden Lne. New York and 244 ATIORXKY LAW
of the
ley Schnylkill by Valley Forge, GROCERIES
through and PROVISIONS the eminent Medical Practitioner bus Strand, London, and respectable Druggistsand ,
1 b a valuable discovery forprtciog a .
'pu.L the feet from damp or cold, and Reading the famous Elmira Coal regions of Pennsylvania A full assortment Family Groceries, Jonl Bacon, Pork, Lard, lfer. Tongues, Mackerel, Potatoes,, valuable legacy to the world in le Dealers of Medicines throughout ihe United Jacksonville. K. F.

preveatative of many Lung diseases, AVjllinmfport Niagro ,Falls and and the Canandingoa Great : and Ben Brood, Crackers, Ac., Great Preventative Consumption, States, and civilized world,in Pots, at 25 cents, B. M. Pearson .
reaching Suspension
without any dorfornguaterer. The llydroraagcnb I Bridge in sixteen hours from WINES AND LIQUORS. 62 1.2 cents, and SI each. ,
f the for.f a note and worn inside the boot or a country unrivalled in Philadelphia the grandeur; traversing and Fine Old Brandy, New Whiskey, ourbul Whi-key, Rectified and Common Whiskey, Champagne,, UNFAILING CUKE'FOR PULMONARY l-|/r> There u a considerable saving by taking ATTOJIXKY AT LAYY..

I IU mJne cliuscter b a powerful anti- beauty of its scenery. Through allowing Maeira Wines, SchDlls. Ac., Ac. DISEASES, the -s sizes. Jacksonville. Fl 1a_
Ticket N irectHHu for the guidance of patients in
dele to
dilase. to at vithout the Medicine.Sir .
and use of
points .
I.r Gentlemen it will be found agreeable,warm.I passengers sumo their journey stop at pleasure, for sale by the Perfumery Soaps, Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes, Dressing Combs, Ac. A. C., Bart., invented and advised the n.e every VMrder are affixed to each Pot. Lime Lime Lime I
helty.to wear in the coldest or rainiest weather Agent at Savannah. Fare from Savannah LMking-GMsel. RI11CKS
of the !
to N. Cosmopolitan Art Association BRICKS!!
fot cannot become wet if the llydromagenIt Falls the Suspension The ao'e, which enumerates but comparatively few articles of our present Stock, we offer to at MEDICATED BRiCKS!! !
Bridge Buffalo $28 FUR
\ may wear the lightest soled ; tract of the Publc. trusting that those who may induced to call upon by it will have July 7 ELLIS, LEDWITfl A
LaiO. inclement Flmira, $26; t Canandaigua. 927. no reason to regret the b 27 u all persons of al ages and conditon-, as a SECOND TEAR.. CO- .
shoes most weather with
"t o A Sent Savannah Ot i. certain and a slfc shield against consumptionBronchitis RRANGEMENTS for the?ee .nil Annual Collection Hay I Hay II II aj ff:
'pait'l while Consumption, to prevalent among May 19-Gm- C. A. L. LAMAR. Asthma, Cough, Cold awl other afflic A 0 this new and popular Instutiunfor I/n BALES, for sale by
Ike reunc of our country, may b thwarted by I tons of the Lungs which arise from the exposed the diffusion of Literature and Art, have been 1 UU ilAUTKIUGE 1 TIMANr

'heir-., aera adoption.the latter cause They the entirely feet to tupertedc9tr Executor's Sale of Valuable WATCHES JEWELRY SILVER WARE of the chest, according fashion, and the made on the mot extensive scale.!
perspire I continual changes of our climate. the works JACOB
Among already engaged is the tar-
:: .
te and beside COHEN
:1 rery unhealthy manner; are notdaagereui Florida Lands. "The famed

rubber.wear t pe.tans in canne icy weather the feet, like to "\ TILL be offered for xale! at Public Auction at AND fur, lned l'rtetrissimpI1.Iik ehemicllyprepared, wbib, II pndellCrUD "GENOA CRUS1FIX," 21'1 BKO.U: SlIJKET: ,
ll \V neck the chest
the MIC.\1OPY. Florida, on SATURDAY, covers t. 10 which cost Ten Thousand CIIAUAlisJTO.V. S. CAROlINA,
being originally
L utrmeilarr. Jydrmagn. the 5th next, a valuable Tract Fancy Goods.GEORGE"LAGG manner tli.itonce. worn, it becomes a necessity aol hlar.In
mere the .
plaeed funning nf
prped of LAND a comfttrt. Colection lution
belonging to tbe Estate of Dr. W. W.
inside, does not of the "The Protector works of AleriUn Art, jrohr &1tcfionrrr
bator although introduced encuraJem.ator
> Geiger, deceased, situated in Putnam County on recently -
foot to To \
appear genius, bare not been overlooked. ,
uutd1. the Okawilla or Levy's. Prairie, and within three into America is making rapid progress through ,
.extremely valuable, may engage in miles Said Tract tho United States, the Cacadiu, South America. Commissions have been issued to many of the .
etercUe with comfort ud healthy efeu. Their orb.abua Rrer. eooiu and the West Indies. It has for a long time mOt dUtinzuu .to slight A t scarce need ; be. abut 130 ar- a article in some of their finest flMIiiBIllff: &IHI:
.po. 500 ben staple England en the conti- prudlorl.aon: :
Acres of Hammock : DESrtst
.l. who patronite them will find their yer.t. Jackon.vl1c. F1orJda oen of Europe while it ha grown in many countries them are three Marble eecated by rt

ly bill mucl diini.he trcy.luur well adapted to the cultivation of LONG COT- respectfully infon citizens of this place Kurrwtuding country that I to the position of an article of!ren.i ,greatest living Sculpture! ,-Hiram Puwurs: CTS AID SELLS OX C01l1l1lIOf,
C.Gf Ldu lances TuNj; the remainder l'llJ rituu.- he has i 'r" these fads of En I GEORGE WASHINGTON
agniu vjtrjicd a hil old otund, demoDtrate enquire any ,
were There t Lands
EDrla4 are a few pole on the and gUsh resident in your or Negroes Stocks Bonds
The Father of ,
the lamented i premie \lcln11101 knowledge : bis Country ; ,
.aata t. Ptetr abut Cfly acres in cultivation. SUMEIIS' BLOCK the beneficial effects of wearing the ,
- Dr. Cpr, ad etia. t according I Theo 8.11 are situated in a good section of with a large and well wirnocT RECCI!TO oocvoiiisoofany I'rte.t"r The BENJAMIN FR.\XKLS, &c., &c., &c.
selected stock of kin.
and therefore
te lteia recommend country abounding in fuh and game and were selected coot of wearing these articles is a mere and< The f'f Literal advances made on Property.
I those who wea Protectors," toe l wit a view t health. Tbey are only 25 WA M W & WA I one will last some years. No one who values tbhealth DANIEL. WEBSTER, Oct. Zi. 13.'l6-1,
: ...totb.irbeinggenuine. miles frm Palatkn, on the St. Johns River, and t1 Hil 1 of himself or his family will be withoathem. The -

PATCH RaMIKISa MBDICIHK THIS. II A ST1SLB 4ltICJ. ACD 50 10 miles from Fort Drke Landing on the Ockls- The Hospitals in this country are not alone A special agent has visited Statesman Europe Ant made rare- WM. S. LAWTON & Cob, }}

waha, and tbe same distance from the celebrateded GODs, recommending them, but rapidly introducing them ful and judicious selections of foreign of Art, THOS ALEXANDER I
RETAIL PRICEC. t: Orange Springs. to which the attention of the Public is Goods direct As the Uydromagen becoming known its both in work S. LAWTON,
Getting my from i more and Marble ; Statuary Choice Formerly "'f I I Formerly' of
Lariu' -. 11,50each do.BeT Terms A. credit of one, two and thrco rUt New York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer my customers inducements both tie sale is increasing to an almost incredible extent PaintiDg. York District: S. C. | L.iwtunville
1,00 S. T.
>'ft MIMES do do. . 75 do. wi b gren with interest at 8 per cent. Pay regards style and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. Last year in London, Manchester Birmingliim, whlo forming a large and qlubelleetion Sea Island
I IIARCOURT,BRADLEY ft CO., by Bond an!Mortgage. Purchaser Among my assortment may found Liverpool,Olgw.Leeds, Dublin, Paris,Antwerp, of Paintings and Statuary, t .& : and Upland Cotton
.' to pay for papers. b Hamburgh, lurlD. our sales reached 1,732 FIICE among the members of the As ouiation for
38 An Street ft Nassau Street Ilice.Forwarding
t 10 For further information apply, if by letter, to WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do., NAPKIN 450 pair of This year the number tbe Second Year. .
u. s. 'either of the undersigned, or Rev. Win. Jobn.'Ion wllifarucrpass that.
102 Wood New.York t LE\'ErJ. RINGS CIILDREX'S SETTS, Ac., Ac. Terms of Membership. F'A.CTOa.s.
GOLB full
Prttp"Warhoo., or Win. John near the ( jeweled,) Ask Faculty their opinion of their alne
t' J" Manufactory. 4 Jlfar&el. tree Nan.n. eitksr of whom will Daringn. in showing place '" DETACHED Constantly on hand and mad.tordefrupw, a preventative th for Cocoas, COLD, The payment of three dollars cOD tales anyone an? Commission Merchants,
England.II. M.STARKE PERRY \ it t LAPINES, coin, and warranted ASTHMA, and COXSUHMIOS.ME.X'S aCJJT.S. a member thi Aliatuo. and him SOUTH ATLANTIC WIIABF.
: B.ft Co, are establishing Depots for the tale Fla! I IGEO. (with without hunting casess.) 35 t either one of for on a
Size CF..ITS. Charleston
Micanony. pair S.
ef The protector i all p o America. Phyieiani K. FAIRBANKS..} Eseeutr,. SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do. CUTLERY. LADIES' do. pr.do 30 do. year, and also a ticket i the distribution of the Our Senior partner has ,been C.in the

Surgeons, Dry Goods, St. Augustine Flu.J DETACIED" do. do. From the celebrated )auator of Geo. TTojten- Bors' 1 MISSES': do 25 do.Novicx.From Statuary and Paintiog. and Commission Business about Factorage
X.rhatlaUen and Milliners,also Gentlemen's Oct. 27, 1855-Sw. do. do. holm A Son contiiting the Retail Prices we make a'el The to subscribers consists oftbe weliope by experience and twenty:eJn.Uk
are entrusted with the From good makers, which will bo warranted POCKET KNIVES, \ to Jobbers and Wholesalers following Monthly Magazines: Harper's, Put- to give satisfoctmn. -
wholesale and retail distribution of them and to United good time keepers. SCISSOR.SHEARS_ Ibalano"le Nickerbocker Blackwooil's, Urbam', v7-ly
States } make
Sale. any storekeeper a
liberal terms are offered for their Iar8bals RAZOR.Ac 1 may f. profit on Godey's Lady's Book, and Household Word
.b their sale while
eoterru JEWELRY. they are an article tbay be R. Q. PINCKNET
splendid opportunity opens to thtm e BY virtue ohm eoution Olt of the United FANCY GOODS kept in any store, among any class of goods may, Persons taking five memberships are entitled toaDY J a",
ftad prvfttable business. States District for the five of the Magazines fur one year and to [LATK TCS
Cour DsinGIUoAfRD WNIES For terms, apply to >O, PIXCKNET co ]
Norber .
ref t.r apply to District of Florida, and mo have ,:, FOB AND VEST CHAINS.Such as CORALS, PORTE ACCOR BRADLEY A CO six tickets in the distribution.The .
a BRADLEY CO. Imied l upon ANZIE, formerly t diretd.DRAY- C11ATELAINS, LOCKETS, BRACELETS DIONS, PERFUMERY LUBINS' AND IJRCOCRT. Street, NewYerk.A ,,. net proceeds derived from the sale of mem FACTORASO
JARtRT.Str.t New.'ork.li. S. TON ISLAND in Lake George, St. Johns& River, PENCILS, CROSSES', KEYS, SEALS OTHER EXTRACTS:FANCY SOAPS, bership are devoted to the purchase of work of
DH. CHAMPION'S containing 1731 Acrs o! good COTTON and SU DIAMON RNGS. REGARD Do.PAPIERMACJIEE, JEWEL CA Warning.ITcT" Art for the ensuing year. COMMISSION CHANT
VEGETABLE 1>All LANDSwith a new and commodious dwel GOLD SLEEVE SES, 10SEWOODORK Delay not ; harbor not in your mind tha The Advantages Secured ,
1 ling, and out-bouses, and other improvements.Also ANDCOLLORBUTTONS B sentence of fools' philosophy, that a disease will by becoming a member of this Association are- North Commercial Wharf
.. Ague Medicine I 131 re opposite the said Island on tbe STUDS, CUFF PINS, ''tRTFG DESKS get cured of Hul or that you can cure it with certain 1st All persons receive the full value of their june23 Charleston S. C. ly

1' A safe and certain r for CHILLS and FE. main land, which will be sold by the BROOCHES, EAR RINGS, ,"':", CO'uDS, a few dol&rs. Beware how you subscriptions, at Vie start, in the shape of sterling WILbIA31M.TUNNO

/ TEa i all il complicated forms( also, an effecf or Cash, at public auction, in the unlonigo, GOLD SPECTACLES 11 E GLASSES DRCSUE THER tamper with your general MagMine Literature. ,
: :. V fo FE\'ER of every description. Putnam County,Fla., on Monday the 3d day of PLAIN AND BET RINGNS, MO nTER Ye wild and \'iioul youths, why will yon persist 2JTrEach member is contributing toward. purchasing (Late TUDDO, Pinckney A Co.,)
i ?Tic.75e.ats. *. December at 12 o'clock M. CHILDREN'S LOOPS. PINS, Ac. BELL in dosing with filthy nanseatingcompounds daily choice Works of Art, which are to be di. FACTOR
> ALSO Payment will be received in specie, Charleston SILVER WARE. Together with various other artce to numerous prlcre thereby, impairing your appetie and tributed among themselves and are at the same AND ,
DR. CIIAMPIOX'8 city and Savannah city bank bills. t mention. di a.1 destroying you meDtlyl wel a time encouraging the Artists of the country dis. COMMISSION
TXQETABLE ANTI-BIL10US, A "I.DTS E. E. Marshal COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT N. B.-CLOCKS,WATCHES, and JEWELRY pbyMcally, when you can L a doses bursing thousands of dollars throuh its agency. MERCHANT,
PEPTIC, PURIFYING ft ty OEO. BL.\CKDGR. }'ORS,TABLE DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, thoroughly repaired and ,anted at the short of bleasaut medicines Persons in reziitlwrfund.s fur meiuberabin.will' Fur Florida and Southern tlrnrrPRODUCE \*
tar --- --
Jf PILLS Deputy ar.bal. SCOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do, tt notice. 13T TEEMS CASH. [oct28-ly You wb.are thus annoyed and wish to be restored please give their post-office address in full stating -

.Peeteesmg four important.Jtombined properties St. Augustine, Fla., Sept.29, 1855. ) to heath and vigor by a treatment at once the month they wish the Magazine: to commence North Comercial IKAor/C/ Charleston S.C.
\ the dUtaMS, and pleasant and efedua!, should consult Dr. NOR.IllS. and have the letter regaled at the Post. May ,
correctly And
19)) 91
culy ,Oa. Gnu
,1 one article to & effect of moth: at the same time and place, that portion United States Mail Mine. I success chronic diseases has been Office to prevent loss; on the receipt of which a i
'. .1i. b Mflt the health of mankind.Priee .- ALSO the above described property,called AN TUE NEW AND ELEQENT STE.UIPAKCET, OFFICE OF STATE EXOKEEH. greater than that of any other physician of bin day. certificate uf membership together with the Mag BEADS
I eDt o ZIE ISLAND with the Ac by DOE!'V'ST.ORANGE lILL OrtICE, Many who have been for yean atllicted with disease azine desired will be forwarded to any part of the OF EVERY
,, that we.. used Dr. Chamn't virtue of a Decree in Chancery impr\ment. in.the St. Johns River, August 20, 1353. or consequences resulting from excess, have country. IJESC1Ul'Tlqy,
s. i Vegetable Ague Medicine, and alan, hit\'. Circuit Court of Putnam County Florida on tbe r SEALED PROPOSALS will be receive. at thes been restored t health and vigor under h really Those who purchase Magazines at Bookstores, For sale by, M. BROtVN,

(.uVle Anti-Bilious. Anti-Dyipeptic, Purifying 4th June, 1355, in favor of Geo. K. Fairbanks, ST. JOHNS, until the 20th day of August, 1356, for scientific treatment.Should will observe that joining this Association they/ May 26-o'm 186Pearltrt t, lieu York
1! Cathartic Pills In oar families for'.ner Special Matter, to., against the same Defendant CAPT. JAH. PREEIIOHV, constructing a Canal (with its neccsary appendages a pnona Interview be objectionable, j-cveire the Magazine andfree Ticket in th. annual -
Man, acd bar also learned much of ele.t GEO. J. such as Lift Guard Locks. BasiasAc.) state your writing-enclose five dollars distribution, all at the same price: they nuw Cash for Rags .
t brity mad good affects from great numbers frnta Oct.27- Special ZEINDAUER WILL HEREAFTER leave SAVANNAH I from Lake the St. Jobns River, to Indian address Dr.f.. II. MORRIS, through the Post- pay for the Magazine alone. / 1 AS1I will
that have used them in t.i families.j We & PALATKA, E. F. touching at the River a distance thirteen miles, 3,410feet, office, Savannah, Ga., and a package of medicines, Beautifully illustrated Catalogues giving full W Cotton be paid, per lb, for clean Linen"a

ft .. think them very efficient valuable 16,000 Acres of Land for Sale. usual' Landig. every SATURDAY morning at authorized b the General Assembly of the State securely put up, will be sent privately and with description, tent free on supplication. from the colored.Rags-white to be brought separate
:1 iat fo the cure diseases. for which they are 10 of }Florida )its session of 1854-55, by an Act despatch, ful of directions therewith and no questions For Membership add res". C. DKOT.
4 Moemmended, and consider them well worthy the ON THE FIRST MONDAY OF FEBRUARY This Boat will reach Jacksonville every Sunday "entitled and to for and & C. L DERBY, Actuary C. A. A. Nov. Dealer in Paper. Ac.,
highest rmm.ndaO NEXT will be offered for sale at Publio and will, on returning, leave Jacksonvilleevery liberal system of Internal provide Improvement encourage in this a Persolving at a ditaee. afflicted with Sr At either of tbo principal offices- 10-tf Ocean at., near Bay.

.J.. 'I O. ,Keeht Oneida, Mi ,. 4utiu at Palatka, Florida, the well known Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock for Savannah. Stato." Ucet Teter, Clcen. Piles, "KnickerbackerMagazine, 343 Broadway, New Flour-Butter-Bacon !
J.Tmpl .OroDwo. i McIIAHDY GRANT This Boat has ben built expressly for the purpose Proposals will specify the amount for which the Ano (Grnl Oee1 or any disease whatever Y Or, Western Office 166 Water'street.Sandusky, JUST
.. and having e and airy State Room ac work will be done, tbe mode and manner in which of an aggravated malignant character,ca O oc28. RECEDED by Bark "KAISDCEE;*
: *-l [ B. B. Arnold, Planter, Graball, I situated abut eight miles south-weft of Palalka. cmmatoD. offers unequaled inducements t In payment are to made, whether in land be cured at home by consulting Dr. MORRIS, by 15 tbla. Uennesf-ce Flour,
i or
This Trat about 10.OOO ACRES, For further particulars enquire b money letter post paid enclosing a f e.1edilDel C kegs J.B. .k lercnt LuiYie. I nlds oten. or portion of eah.M3p l"lIt.m I'l R K11 -'IRE! Orange Country I>uUcr,
Janet. and is valuable for Pine Timber, being near to of Profiles and Estimates pleasant and safe can be sent per mail I bad. of clean Bacon Suit'
Lw'Jerat. R.igh water, and bu alto considerable LIVE OAK and r BISBEE CANOVA can seen at of the United ahb THE SUBSCRIBER'S ,
D. r. and information t any part States.Particular OLD 1 hhd. of
Tlmr any obtained by addressing ITh' Nol Uaci,n Shuuldcre
B. Taylor, Merchant, GalaL. RED CEDAR I CDtil a very valuable Agnt. JacksonvilleJ. the undersigned at Mill Post Office attention given t the treatment of female STAND having been entirely d.s- 'And for ,
"Orange sale
'I E. D.Ward, Druggist, Caw. I MINERAL SPRING, 0. DEVALL, Palatka. St. Johns River, Fla." complaints. Ladies who may b afflicted troyed by fire, he has removed to 142 Meeting-si July 21 IIARTR1DGE by A
M. C. .-Kerchant CLAGHORN CUNNINGHAM, with Irregularities, Flour corner of Wentworth the stand formerly occupied TEMASCS.
similar to the celebrated Proposals will be received for Albus or Whites Pro
W. ADden. P M, Sumptoo Co., Yr distant mile Orange Spring, Agents, Savannah. Railroad over the same constructing a apltter or Falling of Womb would do by W. J.GAYER. where he continues his business Joseph Whilden
.. U. Sheldon, Gaston, Al only ten from Palatke This boat connects with a line of Jacksonville ground.F.. we\ \false delocacy and promptly in all its branches. He bILl on hand large assortment ,
M. Gilmore,M.rat Co, I This property,is offered fur sale under a dlre.tl and Tallahassee Staged, for andfrum Palatka, for L. DASCY.aug2511 the Doctor. Cures warranted. of first class VEHICLES oj aU descriptions, dealer in
11 l'1tr.Peo order of the Court in State Engineer State of
and ,
fl L Long. I Chancery, the title Ocala and Tampa Day. [July 7-ly' FlordaI"OR iiAll letters to receive attention must te some choice FAMILY CARRIAGES built expressly Paints Oils and Glass,

Ales. Lowry, II. D.Jd'enO Georgia. i undoubte. postpaid, enclosing a fee. Address Dr. W. U.: for but Country Customers, all of which he No. 11 HAYNE-STREET

-%---- 7.rul.by T. T.McMILLAN four equal-annual- instalments Cub and, with the remainder interest il H. P. MARCHER, A VALUABLE SUE on Amelia MOTRIS, Savannah, Geo. will SELL CHEAP FOR CASH or City accep. Charleston, S. C, ,

Jacksonville, Fla.A..R.BEXLEY by Bond and Mortgage on the secured Fashionable Boot Maker .[Island 5 miles from the contemplated depot, IConsulting Rooms, No.88 Bryan street opposite tance.rr Orders LEONARD CHAPIN. T7"EEPS constantly for sale,a general assortment
"remi.e.J05. Yellow Bluff Monument Square July 29-2y promptly andfaithf oily Jilled. IV of PAINTS
M. HERNANDEZ, Kx'r containing 750 acres planting and OILS of all kinds, VARN
Alligator, FIe GEO. R. FAIRBANKS NEWNAN STREET, land. There is on tbe premise a g dwelling FOR HALE. Charlestons. C., hov. 18-6m ISHES, WINDOW GLASS and SASHES, SPTS.

- __i.rqg. 4.dl D, MILET Travelling Agent Special Master it I rwo DOORS FROM FORgYTH-ST. house, and out houses, a cotton Gin and Gin house 'EItrdesirable and pleasant residence just TURPENTINE, SPIRIT GAS, COTTON FOOT-

URCHttAT' BOOK OP TiEER.. Bt Augustine, Oct. 29, 1855.-nov3-3m Jacksonville, East Florida. all sold of which together with the premises, will b A without the corporate limits of the Town of S. & E. M. Gilbert, GIN FIXTURES; GLUE and BRUSHES of various
kKDERfl NOW OVER reasonable. Jacksonville. Also, MANUFACTURERS f nor 25-ly
II JT COPIES. THE MATCH GIRL OR LIFE THE subscriber respectfully announce to his Also, two small traction the south end of the A corner Lot immediately I io rear of Capt. John i LERS in all and DEA
; Valuable Florida Lands for patrons and tbe Public that Island of descriptions of CAR. Fraser
Sale generally, one two hundred, and the other Clark's residence & Thompson
KESASTUEY ARE. One fifty and
volume I2ino nearly opposite Mooney & RIAGES Nos. ,
r1 { he hu taken the store formerly J. at 35 and 40 Wentworth -
subscriber will sell at Sale by acres containing luxurant
00Xth. occupied a of Live Oak.
.. beautiful TiE \ growth Foundry. Also, Street and No. FACTORS AND .
pap. originlangnt.
EmbWhc'wit PaiCE. where he is Hayne Street Charleston
prepared BOOTS
.'\ $ a day of January next, unless sooner t mae A1. a tract containing one hundred and thirty That valuable mill site, with or without the Our Stock is extensive COMMISSION
SHOES LUbe machinery an and
finent finibb one, MERCHANTS
I, bitt.hlawIUbeavolurneof sold at private sale, the following valuable lands, an and.equal, i arel. adjoining the Seatoa tract on the St.Mary's it, purchasers
: ,. unbounded poputy not superior any heretofore offered the upon recently occupied by Leese ore respectfully requested to call on us, as we can .
Is attested by the that though it hat \il lic. t t pub RYr Apply t But.r Saw Mill Also, offer great inducements in and Adgert North Wharf
fa style prices and
.Mwmneed a fe Lots 3 A 4, e21. Township 11,Range 26, JOHN M. PONS, Agent. desirable nine ; Charleston.! S.C. .
a B.E. very place miles below articles bought at .
: flatten establishment
himself that the any our
-4- w- o.n .r 152&4-100 acres. I. general satisfaction May 12 1655-tf are warranted
EIGHT JIck.ooie. Jacksonville the known I. ritAstn [ rAcigTao
I erer river
stAt Reddy's in rseJ.
Ic Hog to IB immense CPIC. Lots. 2 A 3, Sec. 19, 12, 28. SItE, be given heretofore, will entitle him to thepatronage For terms apply to, Puint every respect. July &-tf
>e without doubt, create a marked 12614-100 acres.Wl2SWI4soo36. of those who wish a wel fitting Boot, IMano Porte Tuiilngand Repairing! Nlv24- O. C. GIBBS. II* llockenbaughj
ik.r made out of the best & Harness
- I 'l. ea.n .al tha from I 1, I 25N.E. : give satisfaction maerl" .Ie favor will him endeaor ijijjrjj| TiE SUBSCRBER' will attend t* lu tbe Circuit Court for the Eastern C'lr I Cariage :; .Depository, GENERALCOMMISSION
t may
1 al
tem Iwlivn. urn 61210. I wit r TPany cUl hi lne boiDeu inch as cult orl'lorida-ln ; : AT TUE -
: I 'I.. uI'o effect 1.4, I 1, I 2, 26. SItE, a cl. Chancery WHITE HOUSB> MERCHANT;
% li,.JUal Life furnishes or t. 64.09-100.I has on hand a large supply of ot and TUNING. REGULATING OF ACTION,I THOMAS E.BUCEM AX,Complainant, 1 Bill for forer :i South-West Corner of 112 Pearl Street, N. Y. '

virtue and low-bred enough vice ex.iesof LoU 14 2, 1..t- U, I 26. SItE, Ladies and Children Shoes, which he 11 at BUFFING OF HAMMERS, fc. *. > closure of MEETING_ c. and WESTWORTH STREETS. CAREFUL attention will he gIven to sales af

jg3; mr U..br appeal to the field of lmlUoii I 11260-100. low prices.J"fRepalring. PIANO FORTES sold on commission from the AD5R.ui! J.: DAT, Defendant ) Mortgage.. .c Charleston S. C. Rice, Sugar,'Lumber, Timber; and
t Nu Fractional .17 I 'I. 26 SItE done at low prices-and at best CARRIAGES of every description at the lowest other Southern-Produce. Also,*Merchandise
I pnr
i :: Tbe volume by a .hor Manutatre I New York, u New York'prict appearing the satisfaction Court
fo person r t
;:, '. hr rf pure language 245.10. Dol.c. July affidavit of Complainant that o tb by prices always on hand and no article sold except chased on most adrantafeous terms. JaljS-lt <
'. a.4 tlt..I JOHN I DCendal" such as can be warranted in the fullest term, by
: S. SAMMIS Dental Notice Orders from the Adoniram
: power directness which.iKfaatceoamaid No..1.1S1 flSB Country addressed : J.Day resides beyond the Boots
t 8-tf and Shoos !
immei sad __ W.S.BOSTWIOK would respectfully 8HH .. TIIOS.A E. State o Florida t It is ordered by the Court ofhe July M.U.NATHAN.
'It 1 oac* eraaUan at. the Bricks for Sale. inform the citizens of Jacksonville and its ,vie nor. 2-gm lrelr DOlNSTEDT.MUlio the Defendant above named do appear and In the Circuit Court for the Eastern LARGE STOCK WELL..ASSORTED !

1.deVia.v.Uuta the Incognito who wields THE SUBSCRIBER has now and will lei p nity, that,hylgopDed an office in the D.gueria. I answer the Bill of Complaint filed in said cause cult of Florida! -Pall Term 183.t.Clr. LOW FIGURES-CASH{,

-, Iftiiygiowiw1tbbnUiaaeysndgenL) O hand, at the BRICK YARD Gallery, ,will attend t all branches 1J1 within four months from the date of the publica The Delaware County ] July 7 ELLIS. LEDWITU kCQ,,
i critic who has road the mane a ID supply BRICKS, which be will sell of DENTISTRY, i the most.approved and WILL be, sold before 8AL&e House, In Ihe Lion of this Order; or the said Bill of Complaint Bank for the,use of -
A 61 it"a volume t remarkable at following careful manner.ty of ; first Monday filed herein will be,tkn.confessed hIm Robert uuer, Jr., Debt by Attachment.Sara S. O. COURTENAY. .
...ar'aad Uauty, Abounding te passages of deep FIRST rtl 00 per thousand.' Nerves .c aching teeth destroyed with In J'r"t' t the highest bider, the Steam Pru'du that be aglo some M. } sworn to 95,63269.' BOOKS,STATIONERY*'AND HEAP
Q0Ut1 -
.. .andfreUng, ridsoUy written by a person Etcovp _" pain Saw Mill known .the PANAMA MILL; "It newspaper in said Eastern Circuit of FIorieaoncs. rlaacJ W.;:'Beebe.Duval Bond filed'I. ,OOO. PUBLICATIONS. .
; the feelings of Titian ,C 70 l. appertenancei and fixtures, and a week for four '
_ "ihSetiy "lt deepest I't' NOTICE. mOIt Conoty julyS No.3 Broad Street, Charlestong.C.
.t O which the .am.l. up '.
produced It/, aadUfJfjOt O to satisfy _
..u t ; I deUnr'extra aocordlogto SUBSCRIBER lonwale all persons cution issued .ltRt. a .A.FOBWARD.Judge.. ; .The defendants and all other -
distance .,cr THE out of Carail Cur of Duval L 1 November 10,185S4m.MATTUIESSEN. persons Interested S. S. FARRAR5. & BROTHER
'. ; trading for will take notice of the ,
the Orders 1&1' Promissory No'II favor county: la favor of Mooney A Edward ; oommencemtnt of the above
41 ...1D.pi't pal.nlpo pr Uf puctually attended JOS. to. of Barns, given by Emily Hall, M I R GLrt property pointed GoldD:out by M.PlalntUTi A O'JIARA, entitled suit by attachment, and they,.re.r.herebyrequired DEALERS. IN COVFEE'GROCE
BITKSJITJ L.\CtS. determined not to pay ILJIM URIAH WIIOLEALECLOTflING HOUSE, to appear and plead to the'declaration RIES, Ac, "*
J.oktonv a JTor. 3 BOWDEN -
4 FIiis4'
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p. t t tHt, I I : JJ. E. ALLOX. Nov.l7-et Sheriff Dural Co. J>o. 113 East Bay,,' corner Queen, lied therein. Lv I. FLEMING. Corner East Bay and Camberlaa-J-Eti.

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