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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1856
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Jfelis Livingston ADDETES OF T. L. CLOTOMAH TO THE ed by much greater hardships than the the United States to euu.ncipate'her, slaves laws already tn. 'force'in that Territory._ and free-soil-democrats,and -ed-,ecti office was John31. Morehead,'wJ''to ; ,

ATTOB3TEY AT LAW, \ nLEEMEM OF THE EIQHT CONGRES. cegoes of any part of tbe United States. in like manner,expecting, if this were ac I The President1 th r rot,:'to' WcptdanceVitb na1 partyJiichis 1C1cI.n.''.. .declare in bis spercfees that he was ODIrGrf" ;," t i' .
in Erowarff Srfck) BuKdU*} EIOUAI EISTEICT OF WORTH CAE.OLIJIA. ', To make this appear-and because British complished to Le able to supply the worldat bb' dL4ies jire'ic'rTSed: in tne'cbnstitctfon by its hostileLy. 0 tle South1 1* 'i ihft old Jacksoalciptains'three'times d tht S ,. ,
{,OEee E. F. writers constantly denouncing theslaebolders her own prices with tropical production, b'as' tits tbsnecessary iteps to only leading pt-inc. t b ant IIaYerr.' 11.1 been on the Tschob1lMt .
Jacksonville, of.the South for their immorality from her great eastern.possessions. This, sep ttia4laws are-enforced! It Is, has adapted, th| 'designation ofbrepab> 'e ctori''*SoreIyiwh< tC1 scj' : i
tTAOSS: atitr-fiw tb ProUU office.I hare FELLOW-mJZE Many letters hare, barbarity and cruelty-and becausethe'abuhitioniate however; was not Abe sole J motive that'i in th ryf. not at all improbitle that 'a li n'party"tboigkii is'ore'commonly'' tOOk rip these ;tten and elected thCb. '
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H warn 4 the jractwt *f. Law in ajl they. during the present fcession of Congress, in this country are in the fluenced her conduct. The Tlnitjd bloody collisioc-ma in tbe Territorr'tetween black "
,and fa the Ssprtm States r occur -, called the publican, "party. The did not suppose,that they Bald doa*ttMBg1In c ':--
.DC she Eutl'''m qiiwit a 1sn the tnited! 6trC been received by me containing inquiriesin daily habit of praising everything in England was hergreil commercialj5Tart'ar l.i it.was the traitors ,employed by the latter designation is the moteappropriate, going Corm one party to :
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(" iai .ckJ r air : A-qultille. IJ& nig dorm* relation to the present political condition i- and holding up her conduct for' us to I then scca thatr o'w'inV\ cuj'fco're"rapid, abojlitionists' and ,the friends of the consti- not only because,.while it is deroted to the two last senators' ratftsentidt' wz- I" "' i
'Q;:,, Iat t Probate ottfe, aeqmreJ COD of tbf country and its future prospects. imitate-it will not be amiss for me, ta: increase, we, ijicnld.seon.surpasa her; as in tution and laws. ThU such an occurrence elevation to the negroes, i ilooresdisrgards thee MeSsrs 'Min *uind-der; 4 r
I 'f&almaritT 'With aD IllAlIen relating to Not only in my own district but lse- present 601Def..cts. Eighteen.months since 4 ct we have already done. in the amount is,to be'greatly'regretted cannot be denied and coaUmusv'the: 'right* ofwhitea Mr v '. Y&&O -& Cd' ., I t V
=;tll ri i:; .n and Get'eued Cuwdknt jierJozis and. Ad.and wbera.throurbont tbe South, there is doubt the British Parliament was, forced by tb of.our tonnage, The prodigious growth by any real patriot.. The responsibility r4nlutahobe Dse 1& 1a con zzerftis.McJeson.siIrthat. *-. 1 t"-- : & dt ra : :
.wraat( aawucU errlcf by and anxiety in the public mind. In ray pressure of public opinion, to send ut;to of our commeri) arises from the fact that must rest on tbe abolitionists iq spite of .theQld Wer.ii rUki \ ,
a-: .rI1uN. I teaJer bUU'U my in*that.pwUenlarly IviUalMBocuty to judgment there are good grounds fur apprehensions India commission. inquire"ir,:the nyuvnr -, hil1bi& iffcy -.eceasIulagricnl: the eflgrts'otjop 'atthetr ieeretallies ta .+!;WtaP1.sJ4L; .Tttmpttucrt'Tatu power by be was twice-'re-elected by tnea',to. _. V I ', i
=to baring J'eua, Ln, ud to all, other ; and I adopt this as the most in wbkb thqpeopl...wre tiffed there.Thateomrnssi6nlfcj ture, &as humshed ine freights.tbs. North, charge"it'en the. authors of tbe Kansas and i: scaling tbe name> of Irepoolicin..and hIs pro I Ii Senate.: Mr.. Badyrtoo, vu at one .tone v "J, I
.apiaIIt the Federal GoTenoneitt entrusted appropriate mode of gtgmikcaliiig joy r, xaaiiaig: hundredsof has built the ships, to carry them to market; Nebraska bilL Ifs body.of infidels should i tiction has been,refined in: our day. '.The chairman of the Jackson Central Commit' l' l'
It.nil promrmeIL 1101'l1.J, vien-c to Yr' shall peak nith that witnesses, hrec.Uy made Its report; audit was obriops thai we should soon enter a church and create a disturbance,it leading principle ofour revolutionary&tru tee of the State,but,.after be'jo ifed'ths: + 4 r
fratiLnces that I, am 'accustomed to use and I.: .tJa &p stance of it give.o in thc.Janqary successfully contest the mastery of the might as'well be said that those'who bad ; gle. and also of tbe old republicans'bfJef- whimS' dd ao\'pmen their taII., ', ,.. '
1ThW.PRICE rhen discussing political' to ica, i$, your' Msiber, of th$, Edinburgh Revi seas with ber. Her policy, therefore, ws. built the church and attempted to worship ; ferson's day 'was the question of the rign ting Blm'td the Seutethicg l' 1, .
Attorney & Counccllor at Law presence. :K. fQt.the present year. It must be to separate the ships cf the North (roan in'it were responsible for the mischief, as of: the people, 'in each locality to govern' that, in tho'juflg !t oC- ,. ,
That the ultimate destiny of our present, ttorAe in mind: that in that country the the productions of the South and this that the legislators of the last Congress themselves andihisgreat privilege is new a'man's changing;his'UOCiatI1tidO4. .
UCI50'T'ILLJ TLO1ItL ),.the. efforts'of'those. denied by thia party rrhich: seeks at tbe1sama rdotiie did not render bIrr&1h'WOXI7bf. .
r2IL practice in tbe Eastern Circuit of IToriU events soon to occur.Js m'c.t; prQpable, If people to work it.exacting as much as one- in effecting the abolition of slarerjr, w.T7ng-d0r'de : i3 operation of-the time.to 3rprive the wb'men* bhaterrit.ories tJiTearcouMecceWbMr.. qay' : \
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\\ *ad the Countiei of Chi rtton ee,15-1 and Cam- the perils which threaten it are propeily ha.l and, it is said, even two-thirds. of the so that th .,Sooth would cease to bare a lair. cftbe: ,rig t,' !.self-government, was before the people! ofNorthCarojss I

1-o,fGwrr- understood by the people,. they will be entire product of the farms. It is difficult Mrplu.for export; 'or eren had she Jailed Whetbera collision, occurs there,or not, and to put.negroes. on a level 'wzththezu 1832,be only received some fire thci und I .
ISAAC' SWART, averted: and njs ujsy well hope for a long almost impossible, indeed-to. collect in this the same result would have been in, nowise affects, the, importance of tb& anrtthuj 'to raise the-former'to' a higher xoteayetinl8-14bcarrledtheStataby'. I
career ot jn perity: under our existing such enormous rents. As.a' means' however attained by a dissolution of th$ Union great issue to be determined by the country station,t'.'qD11gbtr'! has fitted a decided mijOrUy- uwiog that abou ; \ I
qtJACESONIJLE. won of government.. The darger whkliXow of exacting it, torture is habitually In this latter event, the North and the during the next twelve months. The them for. .If their policy could be earned'into Half of its citizens bad"cbapged their p o1.' \ l' i..
torncB aui. njccaiis the existence of the federal applied. I present a few extracts from South being foreign countries to eacb other coming presidential election is more Important practice you and I know, fellow-citi ti n.'I might multiply msJinga as't4h, ; '-, J.
,1. FLA. Union arises from feeling of hostility entertained the article of this periodical publication ,the shipping of the one would hare derived =- thaa spy which b..s.occurred since theorganization zens, that the experiment would merelyend parties mail, the States. .Its The :hipe : ': j
a1y21 Jy_ in the North towards the southern as reliable as any in Great Britain: no advantage from] the agriculture of.the government.'. f fShould nr the degredation And destruction of duty of.,a.patriot toact according t : e" .
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section and especially the institutionof The tortures which the commissionersfind of tho other, and Great Batain would hare the party of the constitution tri- the white rare. The candidate of such sipafty eaastin* drtumsUacear'for the rood of bit'' \ .
JLQuccn Mcintosh, negro slavery as it exists among us.- to have been employed are of ration held the dominion of' the 'e'Tb re ujr-fji,'it is probable that the anti-slavery : .whoever maybe,;can have' 'no couii;* .., ': I .\ i. 'irMl .4 -V ., t ,

ATTORNEY AT LAW; To indicate full v the nature of the evil kinds and of different degrees of severity. was, another consideration operating on''the [eehng 'of the North, under the"enHgtiten- claims toonr, 'support '*" But if some of you should fee a stroqp 'II' ,"V
JackaonTUlc. E. F. which impends, it may be necessary to review Some of them are so. severe as to cause Enghiahgovernineutand a portion or htrpeople lug discus lo!_which is taking place, aided A second association whose candidate repugnance to acting with the democratic .
some points that have already bten not only extreme present pain but pema- with more fjrce than, either of by time for re reflection will subside, and allow -' j is already in the field is tbe knownothingor party remember thatwhen yon were most .. ,
EDWARD 2ISSELL. Jr., brought toUr aoticc by myself aid others nent injuries. mutilations. and even, not tues the government;mote on inthe, eyeD American party. Twelve months ago opposed to it,Martin Yaa Baren was' ita"V. .
Attorney at Law in former discufo So great is the niifrequcntly, death. Some of them exhibit The UnitecLStates i is the great republic tenor cf iV way. Bat should our ad.-ersa- it seemed to be formidable frits' organiza executive champion, Thoaaas IL 'Bentoa' .
JtOTAUPUDL), interest involved however,in the question, *an amount of diabolical ingenuity on of the earth, and the example of our free ries succeed, i; is hardly to be hoped that Uoo' 'and numbers. When."usembled ia Was congressional leader; aid, Frayit 'j r
ASD that yon 'dll2 I know, fellow-citizens pardon the part of the torturer and- a'degrce cf institutions was shaking the foundations our system would long survive. 1C any* convention 'however-last, -Jaeit'is'well' P. BlaYtheedoi"cfitso11 central 'J" r
CommillIrml"T far Court (f Gain rome recurrence to familiar topics. moral abasemer.t and degradation in the of the monarchical and aristocratic governments one imagines that they would sVg("with known that on the adoption of its platform organ. These men are now, ztuur Cters,. ,I '
See In need'_ TTcw Urick Hut1dlnSprU7Jacksoi.rifle ; 'When the constitution of the United: victim, of which our western minds can Europe.: This was' especially tbs the restoration of tbe Missouri lin or any cpadtfiBcJag further slavery.agitation like!I-em ttuts eot' : i' .* : -
2::. ITa. fly States \sa* originally adopted, twilvc of hardly form a conception; Borne, in fine, case as. respect.att.-"m1!iticaJLj5Eplemnf 1 otl..r.n."t''ti"l y"\p.tl'"t 1).. "__ftl.'.1".1ea. :
] The ooee& tne wneretiC 'stwn th chje, !y'lay 'seceded' IOnst wl r .
the States were elaveholding. one of the are 110 loathsome and indecent at the um. d_, n -, .ing to ccjr cunmon' um- uw f' managers b&U r'is
& Bradford.ATTOUNBV old thirteen .abolished the in- t'c j.-n.un.j .'-.i- ,-z-, ..MM'usa Tneyait guage, literature, and extended commerCiAl in view is the total abolition of slavery from the pary.n the recent" convention the aIO !- ;tb' te QMt1D_ ".,t;'
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Smith stitt; baring''L- .' ___N, e4 nr down nakedly in the report we intercourse. The aristocracy there the raising of the negroes to equality with of last month,'however;these same delega-- cratip iJart/is drrided riw; td'Tcl. iua. .
pad AT LAW uA"iSJlflTiopoTrertraT given to the gcn- must abstain from any specific aUoaion.to. bold the mass of the peo !le'in subjection, us, asd the amalgamation of the white and tionj caras back and succeeded,by a large therefore decide whether you Will act witk':, .
_...II. g : J* !A ta.aY, enl govei-naitot to interfere with slavery.in their. niturc.uT and under a condition to oppressive that bbck'racei..and by consequence, the destruction majority in repealing and striking out the the free-soil wing or the sound. i.
.JJlil.'clTrllJnniZk, 1-70.. the way abolishing It, or even res trie Ving :>c two most common forms of torture large numbers of white men of their own of our society and tbe ultimate identical section which they bad objectedto This is the real point for yon'to decide. Witt" ) :
WILL s end prompt!. to all biuinen Mlnjtdtotbem. it to any particular territory or limits. appear to be the kittec (in Teloogoo called race are liable to perish miserably by famine certain extinction of the ,hybrid race.- and obliged southern members, in their you,allow old prejudices to influence yon., ..
S but each State retained its former right to cheerata) and the annndal, which, in the in years of scarcity. A knowledgeof Nothing ICES than this will satisfy our enemies turn, to leave the convention. It then on so great an i issue? 'If you were:as jurors, I' 1-
LE1r.IMr7 l D. BUD.OJUC. act for itself with reference ta the Kubject. tame language, is called gingeri. the successful working ,of our institutions on the other side of the Atlantic. In nominated Fil'more and Donclson for the about ta ',decide, the pettiest dispute between -' .
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ces&iitor.7-y! j The oaly powers given the federal goternmcnt 'The kittee corresponds with the thumbs- was increasing the discontent of the a late number of the London Telegraphsuch first and second offices of.the government two of your neighbors, you would .
were pl&iuly bes towed on it fur the screw of the European torturer. It is a common.people ancl.! fearing the loss of its expressions as these occur: Mr. Fillmore; it is- conceded, ,has no be ashamed to let prejudice agaltr opepf,. -
BLYLER & KLINE I protection and defence w the institution wooden instrument, somewhat like a lemon sway, the aristocracy, which controls the uThe aggressive spirit of the people of strength in the North. This! 'Q. in 'part tbemlnfioenceTyoa in-U 4:sHghrdaf degree
in such of the States as desired to retainit. squeezer: between the plates of which the entire power of the government began the United States requires an humbling, owing: to.the fact thalf' he, in, accordance and when. the great. resrth. cotntzy'I I) I
ixrocTLM *fi> DtiLrr. in j It was provided that slaves should be hands: the thighs (in woman also the crusade for the abolition of slavery in the and it is 1 for us to perform the task. En- with plain constitutional, provision, placed are. ;J\\s. .t." .. 'J.'s.J.I.' t gow.. r I
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC represented in Co xress, BO as to increasethe Ircaits.) the ear*, and other more 8enVi-, United States. They expected,in the first gland's mission is to complete the great his signaiure.tj,tie fugitive?*!afe acC'indsubsequently. 't' d"& 1 9 ne.t eu ,__-_ '.-
eight of thcTlaveholding! States; sec live parts of the body, are Mjauczed to the place, by affected sympathy for ,tIe ne- work commenced by her in 1834, wh n she intobedience ,to. his official ,words to 700.* who? are"lQem ;Jr-of the" Ja .
WINES BRA DIES, Oudi?. t hi tall such as might run an aythou'ld last point of endurance, often to fainting.; grut-s here, to divert tbe minds of the people liberated her slaves. There are now over oath,'endeavored'to carry it out. lie hasbeen American or know-nothicg pafty. 'T-welTtf ) ; :
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be restored to their uvngrs ; and, and even to permanent disablement. In at home to some extent (rum the consideration three million human beic;9 held:in cruel so.geatraHy' repudiated, that I hare months agN>there seemed to be galCaImoIII V.K-
GINS&SEGARS, thirdly, that for the period ot twenty years many plans! the,Ljttce ha bgca. superseded of their own sufferings and to tyc<*; gt in the United.States..' It,: therefore not ,heard the fint individual express the unpassabLa between yba and taose with of t ,'

.'ro.3ftttrt' "i&. Julicxczd Bryan streets Congress thould not prevent the importation Ly the more simple plan of violently create the impression that. other laborers the United Statate.uyernmeatd'oy, opinion that, ho can get. a scg0' electoral 1 whom lath acting.. 10 the first .,. .
7..t f Market Sqniuo, t Ala SjLT.-tyXAE GEORGIA. might desire to add to their existing num- on which a heavy pressure is laid, tone- And should they succeed in.brnking'up Great Britain to her Central American j stood on much better ground ; but his position required its members to denT bOw ,,, '.i ., I t lot -
bvrs. It la thus manifest that, white ample limes even by the peon ttanJing upon it; our system, they wuuld exultipgly hate_ oe4essioawe.[ the people of the British! on the pending questions is unknown, and conceal certain 'truths iuisgarded .I'n -- p
i JACOBCOf-fENJ power wa* given the EOT.ernment: .to or of compelling the sufferer ta interlace pointed to it **Evidence against'tij durability empire, are reso'.ve'd to strike off the shack and he is essentially ,weakened by being by fas as demoraTizmg,aid xii hierous ,
I S3 UK"AD STREET.OUBACS'TOJi defend slavery us lung as any one State his fingers, and Jelhcring him over to the of free ir.stitntions.Vith les from tb.e feet 61 ke, 5,000000) slaves.- the nominee of the l know-nothings, shouldhe in the. extreme; bdt'the.db'je !ia :_ 1
i H.. ('CAUUL.IXA might; dceire! to retain it: there was :!Iuwd ir.n grij-e of the peons, (or policera ) a view, therefore, to effect these And there are those among us who will accept. In fact if be be a member of said to,hare been removed,by tbe'abouitio'ofahl 't
to it r.ut the shadow of authority to who sometimes rub their hands wth sand, objects, more than twenty years ago the sanctify such a,glorious cause.'* the 'order, as seems to be established be secrecy In tne next 'place, your, a :
rohrr. luftiouccv abolish, or eica to assail,the institution.For in order to give them a firmer gripe. In British press, and book-makers generally, There i fc, too, a complete understanding would if elected be bound by bis oath to ,members were bound by obm tipns, to j j t: '
thirty years loner its adoption the other.ca!es the finders are bent back un- were stimulated to embark in a systematicwar between our enemies in,Great Britain and carry out the wishes of the grand council rote as the councils, I provisions of the constitution were maintained til the pain becomes unendurable. 1 against negro sla-very in, the United their allies in this co;ntry. in which the North has the. control.. this,was regarded by'us as'directllhost: "
and under their operation some of 'Occasionally a man is held aloft from States. Abolition lecturers were sent over The London News,another leading Brit Waiving, however, these. objection there ''tti.; -so tm1eD but this has,at least hi 4 /..
&nUISJiI lI iSERT the northern States having in the meantime the ground by the ears, by the hair, and l and money furnished to establish papers ish paper,-'in a late iwue says truly, is another' which. e9ntro ng. Even if many places; been!ab atedl4 all tests ., '
I bold tao&t of their slaves to the south- even by the siustachiio ; and the latter -and circulate phunplets ta inflame the in reference to any difficulty that miht Mr.. Fillmore should carry the several and obligations ire said to hare*been s*.* ,
: frn AXV srui O KlS1JO fr/i pecple to whom such pii ferty was tcrture. in some i instances, is applied so minds of the citizens' of the northern States. arise between this country and England southern States claimed for him.:'be oould nuledA third great objection was the. p I
lands, S egMis, Stock Boid worth more than it could be in tbe North, Fava;ely as to tear away the m s clic.by Looking: far ahead ,they sought to incorporate that-however,strong is tbe nnpiir.cipled appeal not thereby succeed.' The only effect of interference' with religion' m Ih'9rpt6scriptidn 'I ,
; while several the Sometimes sort of bastinados doctrines into tbe school books made the southern would be to ofComan C '&cUb t:
.' t. I abolished the FJ"Uttu. rcw, roots. a their at present to the anti-British dividing. rote tholici; \ti rtoo ; .
t.u. ., &cIT Stales, both fee and tlaveLolding, had inflicted; sometimes Tiolent blows on and publications best calculated, to influencethe feeling of the northern States that feeling throw the election into the House of Re- : has geie jally been abandoQed;anli', &, ,last "- t t.
I Cl \1\r'l adr-noa made on Preperly. ken admitted into the Va">n- [e federal the. bin the ankles the elbows, c; other minds of the young and ignob.nt.-is counter-balanced by another, 'which, has presenUti.TSS.' The recent 'election1 I "of i grand' cbtrnjctlaC hiiadelptia'by a majority1 .1 J
I __ z1.H-j.y _ rovermatnt, in tie mean time,Lid properly highly sensitive points; prolonged immersion TEeir views were must readily received in grown up within the "list quarter of a cen Speaker !by that: body shows what wouldbe rote admitted the Roman Cathopcdeiegat- : l '. H-
;ic'i r,*ntmrrrmnuiLTT I CJUI w. OW1U.o.t abstained fitm all interference with the in the water tanks! or the river: ; fur" Massachusetts, where there were the re- tury. The. 'chollttionist would be vitfy tbe result presidential ,contest If es from Louisiana. These three great barriers j.
t, i DtWMNG, ,ul ect. In the year 1820 the State of ciUc compression cf the arms, the thighs, main;of od! anti-slavery federalism, and us to 'a,nan. The belt cf them are to .tbe so-called national know-nothings'had hare therefore already beenr:roktn \
Missouri nSVJtd llcrself lor admission into and even the body. *y tying a coil of coir where the British: influence bos for tha last no ft'." ;voted for out >cand 3aei; GVOT. Aiken.be dorn. TYhatremams then.ofyoor'pecuuarnews V Il
; ATTORNEYS AT LAW, the 1non.Titb: a constitution refc'gnis'ngslavery. f rope round them, and then applying cold ha .{ century been greatest from this Even in this country it must be bornein would bare been certainly elected., Even ?' An 'amendment by Cwngreas oT .
She appll at'.on: met with Vu4cutojiposaion I watr, sotC5to cause it to con tract and State these doctrines .were gradually diffused mind. bat, however moderate cay be if he had received on the last ballot' the the natnralizatlod laws. Admitting; lor, .1 I r
i Ige&U fQr Claims from the Nutth. Thu was .ring sinl} i-Atu the flesh; burning it with hot to a. great extent, throughout tbe many who are not acting with the antislavery five rotes of that party wbicA he did get argument,that this may be matter of Importance t ,
4DOft.\c to the course of certain leaders of the : iron; hanging heavy stones roujid the neck; North. When tbe annexation of Texas arty. tce. leaden are thoroughly |on the day previous, ho would have: beaten surely you will agree with -me* .. 1 t
. i >TB SIEXT, I old federal party. In such of tbe northern the stocks. ; tying two or more individuals took place, so string were the manifestations hostile to us. I know a number of 'the his competitor, Mr. Banks, an avowed that it is not to be brought.in comparison .1 1 1 .
J WASHINGTON CITY. State at had abolished tlarery there was a together by the hair, B.O that every movement of the anti-sUvery feeling, that southern abolition managers, and they are, with a ;' tnow.-D.9 bing-oot to speak of three others -, with si.'question 'of tbe. existence of.tbe ; :' "
I TI7UL frvtirt l fart tl:*.Coart of CIa: u.aaJH feeling B "AnBt it. As tbcC difiercnce between is attended with pain. members consented,thatv the Missouri few exceptions not more unprincipled two of whom were from alare,'Sta ef, government itself. yiiitlJ rstherthat 4 iI ,
ptri braMcut' CUirn UJort Ccog.. u and the white men and negroes'had not then "Will it be credited for example, that line or the restriction of slavery north of than, they are envious and vindictive.. ,Being i,who might hare been cadcied on Should 6uV system ho:move on formerly* I
Ilfputmc, i U-en much noticed or understood it was it is not uncommon to apply to the most 36 deg. 30 mm., should be extended across equally'cowardly, mean,and malicious, ; the presidential election devolve on the under the existing naturalization bn than ; i
not diicu1t to.,n1iit the ejmpathk-s or sensitive parts of the body (enclosed in a that State.: On" the acquisition of :the they intensely hate whatever is honorable I Douse, there will either be,no election at be''brougt into serious peri.lt1 V*What would :
,.I.Mo Torl 11.rr S.suC"1 the r.eoilleLc in &vor tI' lh(? Chives of cloth or a cocoanut shell, or other similar Mexican territory occurred that struggle and manly1 in tLje human character,'and all or the black republicans must.succeed. TOO- flunk:of a inho. hj dwelling _
ROIL.A E.L&xTmij,1LI. the South; and the leader i therefore, of a rcci-pticJe) a biting insect or reptile suchas which is 104 well knowq to, require com nothing would be more gratifying to them I 1 It seems quite probable! ,therefore that the had taken fire instead of a' empting U> ex- '
JIa 1.L Ji&u.uar, U S. !. party that bad been overthrown and r'-n- the puollah.orcarpenterbeetleand leaveit ment. We of tho 'South during a periodof than to see the southern men and women |northern delegates in the' blow-nothing tingnishtbefia ;'should,1 ocbiipy himself.. I"
X. Uoa E. C. CABCLL FkriU dered odious, by inflammatory appeals| infatot to naw the flesh of the miserable: sufferer four years taking a solitary ground whom they have so long vilified degraded j convention permitted Mr. Fillmore-, to!be wit '"remiTing Iriseclts from it? Ooght we 1,
tiotn: &rrtrrt, Sew York. of universal liberty and denunciationof 1-that, by a further refinement. of sought to hare the line of 36: deg. 30 min. to the level of the negroes. Long observation nominated to effect the result. As they to imitate ,1ie rondact of the Jews who. i 1
"s.t .J Q *..A Cxr, Sondiiky,0 the slave power of the South arouseda cruelty, meant to'combine both pain and : in like manner extended through that territory has satisfied me that envy and malice wrce able to repeal the old platform they when Lheil city was besieged by the ReinanarmyccntinuedtowrangIeanddisptze- .; I
stronc fifing throughout the entire humiliation, the defaulters are sometimes i to the Pacific, but the North invariably bare more- to do with the abolition !evidently bad strength enough to haTe defeated 1 4
WILLIAM. TU4NO1 North, 69. that a l CL&tn.r4IwIco..) were returned from that section hostile to buffalo?-that they are occasionally bung on defferent principles was adopted will ever be able to effect their objects I I got bat of(he way,contend at his noin- destroyed S ** ,V .- V
P O On. tbe application of the new State, t otlZh up with the bead d"W'nu-ard51-a.nd thatIt in 1850. bare no fear. We hare a population of I ination to give the black republican candidate Bat yoa say that yoa do- not 'wish .
.1011 ,' ber constitution was, reopec't to, i vcry. i is an rdinary practice to but pepper or Two years since when the act orgarjijrs more {ban ten millions,*cr four timeS'ai *'double chance so that, if be shouLL foreigners'to cold office in this, country.: .
CoI4ussjo; IERCHANT similar to those of a majority of the old powdered chillies into the eyes or the nostrils the Territories of Kansas and Nebraskawas large as, the old thirteen colonies bad at 'fail before the people,he ,might succeed in In point of fact thy; do not hold as many of. --S .'H
Per Florida and State After excited struggle an act and to apply these'and eunilar irritating passed it repealed the restriction of the breaking out of the revolution while the House As rotes, therefore, given for the offices as their proportiooal numbera )i'-"
i PnODUCEI Southern peer'Pai was passed proposing to allow Missouri to & in other ways. too revoltingto 1820, known as the Missouri line, and left tho North, even if united (which. it is ,cot. Mr /ilhuore, under such': circumstances, might entitle them to. After aJLh wererj; :, <
S. into tile Union, but de &nng in one be"htnted; at 1" the'people who might inhabit those Territories likely to be,) would be less strong than I would meHljr-be'thrown, It Is not is it not more ampor.tauthat.; the office
_4c001e7cal.} ta1..tne.1JII1&h Jflad Charleston G. 61a., of come its clauses that in all that portion of the There i is a long and f frightful tAi1 of a- at liberty either. to adopt or reject Great Britain was. ,Though we should be 1 probabla"that} even in the South,he will should be,filled with persons who yiQ discharge -S j
I Louisiana territory that lay north of the great variety of, tortures, which the re- slavetys; they saw lit ,This was right able to protect ourselves, and might"hire cs rry a single State. the duties thad that any ''particular -
Frau & Thnp: OJ: parallel\ ff 3.? dfg. 3D nun.' slavery should viewer'declares show' can amount cf bate- in iuelf, and in accordance with the principles every reason to hope for a long and successful The.'great antagonists therefore. of the set of people shall hire them? Bow' many :, I
FACTOE czie ful ingenuity" which is difficult 16 conceive of the constitution. Nor' wis there career as an independent republic, antislavery party must b.t tbs nominee of of.the fifteen thousand voters in oar dis .
COMMISSION MEIICI&XTSrt never By the old Frrnch and Spanish laws, or uelive but that they are given in any ground whatever for the complaint of yeq\ hojd' that we are under the highest the demo. The party' w'"be'en; iet'J'o likely to hold office, '1 hare no ,. .
A.d JfvrtkChartetoa which bad been in operation over the entire theyreport. After detailing many shock- its enemies, that it violated an old compromise obligations to use all proper means to preserve sentially modified within the last few years doubt bat that at least fire.hundred men" "
,8."ha7f c. tlarery legally existed in ing cues of the d ring of men under these because the North the very year the existing federal government. In its convention of 1852 adopted for the were in duced to join your organization Ii
territory
Pib'-:2.t: _I part of it, and this was in law, if not various forms of torture and of Svomen. after that restriction'wu adopted, refused We now,'after a period of more than thirty first times recognition of the resoluiions our district by such representations, and! >
: _.. _-1''n.nr..I'IO. every the kittee to tfieir 'til '; of ''wrong. in of of the Virginia legislature of 1798, the ini- pebipsnqonq oLthetq q realize the? _" t V
in fact. an act of&boljp n. Southern men, by having applied ta recognize it as'a compromise, on occasions yean ; a position. : __ .
4. Holmes, iowever, from an extreme anxiety1 to' procure treattt" tp enforce the collection, Sometimes afterwards repudiate 4 it, and utterly equality with the North,and we owe, It to, bodiment of the creed of the old republican poescaion otanydealnable o The t V- II r
1zrresrrdNT. tbe admission of the new State, nnwUely of a fev pence only the commissioner refused to extend ta.operation to ,ourselves, to'thoie'who are to come after party Jefferson; and. subsequently, it truth is.this clamor is kept up by a Saw "t d j
n'i9 TILt pi Ur attectwo to aaUi of,.d- and *eVly consented to support confess"that "the infliction of such the new Territory. But' it is sometimessaid us, and to the cause of liberty, truth., and has'affi ed most strongly,on all occasions degoIngoseekn1iflthecountrywhehope r )
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low L..Iter. Live O&k. ud the measure and were willing to purchase description* cj 'tf tthent'as they bad de- that though the repeal of this prohibition i- 'honor, never to'lose"that position* The pruiciples'sustaining the rights of the South by these means tq drise adTmtagei .
"SOtTn11tX auun aa41.JtODtCE and. for Missouri what she could claim as a right scribed has come, in the course pf centuries Vas right in principle yet it was inajIeditit : increasing unanimity of feeling among oar and theequility ,of the State While whereas thebody or th typay (*
J-IJ!! 'z LtC1LtpIsE.. .' under tho constitution. The restriction ,to be looked on as customary thing : ;; t; and}has created agitation.i In .people and the growing' determination thus acting, however,during-he late struggles people han DO in at,beJOUd & gcti4.. VJ
supposed by southern men however, of course-and to be nubmitted to as an. judgement it was a wise measure, and neverto' submit again to be degraded to an so many,of its former members left ministration official duties. \ ,
.Q.JIPKEY ;3n. was to hare entitled her to come into the Union; erery-dav. unavoidable necessity." the agitation iq which It'tas' given rise I inferior station give the gratifying assurance it that it" is conceded that' it would'hire Certain politicians are clamorous against i o/ J .,"
but at the cdcceeding session of Congress, Though these details have been recently wouVd hare occurred, cm arty\cjher practi that any successful 1n t to reduce been beaten in almost'every State.hi the some of tha appointments of the present 4 -
!Ufl: n'no n cuu I co.j] later' s-will 'be followed the destruc Union but for the assistance of patriotic administration.- be true that the .
when the'&1)it.with] her republican con-, spread before the British public they seem issue'th'at might, sooner or Iave c merely by may | (!
rkPT 0 R titution the boay or the cortbeo repro- to have created no sensation, because arisen. And if the strength of.tha antf- tion'of the government making the effort. whigs who bare marched to its support.Enrooraged .- President,like:"most .of his predecessors, -a
An entatives, .till resisted and rejected her, doubtle'ssi sufferers are not negroes slavery feeling in tbe Nurth 'a giek that i Yet'za; one ciri justly chsrgttus with'seek- by these accession*, standing' has made mistakes in this respect; ,bat. isthisto'be .
J-IVM 1.ISS ox IEnCHANT la accordance with the instructions of most but of a'nee' regarded as Caucasian, like : such a measure cannot be sustained under : ing undue t3 van tsge in the Union. At firmly on the prina"pies'Of the genntatf republican weighed against the bold aad .. V ,
E Gmlnurcial'Jf' of the northern States. Hence it becamenecessary the EjngHih themselves. the circumstances of its passage, then that this time the ,President 'of the United part r the' Jden'fc11d conscious patriotic stand msiot*.ice67by 'bim-andlu* :1
-a Cbarl..wa S. C. ljWhilden for new concessions to be made, Such i ia the condition of an empire whose feeling has already attained a power that States' is a northern man} so is"the president that the destiny(the country de friends in beHence of tha Hghls ofthe weaker V
and an ddit>onal prico'pa td to the North ; example we are denounced for failing to will must probably be fatal to the contind- of the Senate, or Vice President de pends"on its action,it is marshalling its section ottho U;iont"I.know, gehtlaaen "
lIiof.cplL: and Mr- Clay cam forward with his compromise imitate, both by tho British press and its ed existence cf the government. On the foctoi so likewise is the Secretary of State, ranks. and is ready to go into battio with that many of yon feel poUtical hdifile1"tome V
.It cJerla requiring Missouri to do certain' abolition allies in this country. Under I other bind the, success of its principleswill the'minister at the most important foreign unusual ardor and a confidence worthy on account clout past coUisiouL, but ../
f a lilf Oil and Glass other humiliating thing before.she couldt this system, grindin and mon'trouaI it l give permanent repose to the coun court, and also the Speaker of the tIouse' the great cause in which it is engaged, fait yon cannot charge me with harhig erer" -
J 11, H. into the Union. In this way with the is, the whole population is rap'dly! perishlog try of Representatives*; yet there has been no not entitiedto the support of all conser- deceived yon. Recollect that' more than -
Osar. T1'EsnnT.trnrs Acm'B. C aid of 6% or seven nortbtrq1 Yotc s only, in many of the provinces,'and the most While the bill was !Ift pending before complaint of these things by us, except as i ratire and patriotic'men t twelve months ago I told yoa in my"
tlllatamJl *.Ie.a n1 sesortaetzZ1DI.&IxTz the was accepted, in the midst eta grrteral fertile lands arc becomirg dctctt 'dte.-- Congress, the abbUti n ..and others'whb. to the last,who stands ,on avowed principles Let .us, fellow-citizens examine this ,speeches ,that the; kno1Nl hlng partr, V
MDC OILS rf m11iDda.YA1t.| : of opposition from the N' rtb. Since These miserable laborersare mainly engaged sympathized with them held large, meetings of hostility to our section. On the contrary point cabnly and turiy. I will first address I I would be broken np and destroyed soca ,
j J wWWnrG: ,1RSmad S4SHES.SITS.Bt the storm prohibition of larerr porth of 35 deg. in the cultiration of tropical productions and.declared that if it became a law our'course has shown that, provided myself the members of the old after the meeting of this Congress., Whatf .-
Jb5.y.?E6PI; IT flAS..'COTTON ltXTn 30 tnin. was originally oflered ** if consid- to supply tbe demand of the they would raise monsy and hire oodles of simple justice was 'SoceTns.,in,natter of whig party. You,as such are, of course, :'was then prediction now 'h wrr -ItolduthatMboycfimmbetfrott
.1.L. -6 G. .CS'ad JU't'SIlUGC nfllM5J Great'Britain and those of her willing to concede all not Utter the slightest obligation to go fur I
ention bribe driiuion.'and. such was markets cf men to go \into tbff"nes Territory and ex- principle, we were :
-----.----- -_ hot acceptcaby tbe free'States, but anew customers It 'was' soon. aeen, however, clu4elarefy.froairSt -Tbfy accordingly that could be given np withoat loss of hon- the nominee of the know-nothing convention the North'were anti-. i:7 tL&ti* l ltheir
J. the skill' and ,bectuiathat conrention -denounced action would drvce,-you eu-t t, -
U.ckenTjangh It would'tare been right that owIng to superior energy formed societiei,:acd'callectkd large'sums or. A
C 'COLAta ,. price the required bo4b ,to bare likewise repudiatedtheactof'prebibUion. of the planters of the South, they were Of'money,and se i'off a great'many per As it is our high duty to make a air effort both the wnig and democratic party" as par1r,ud eatnestJy nhWf' ) (pt11 I;
'C"MISSt( N MEnCU.\ for NeTertbelefism- able, by means of slave labor to produce sons to control tha flections in Kansas.... *to'maintain,*possible, the.existing corrupt and proclaimed that it had risen ifae derebpmentf oX&7eirr and'S\* tba I : V
flie 1L2p: Sfreef.NT idled by a strong desire to'have peace and cotton, sugar rice, &&, at lower r1e;and Finding however,.thatthey'were-o feated Union of tbe States, what ought we to do ,oa the rains cfbcth"sndin spite of their, mean tim to-stand aloof rroftt tfid; dLtiqn
b-4vL k .Tin UAtao given tAt 111'11 elr banaonj the exclusion" acquij; d In thus undersell similar articles grown in by the settlers 1 iii {bo first instance;.-they- in the approaching. presidential contest ? .opposition.'* But tome of you may feel' re.luctant p'7ounot,wish ta you had taken t :h.' ,
Limber, 1nbeT, sad I her wbllfe be North complained' and India. The British -government likewise continued to'forward large; bodies of abolitionists Let-us take a..surrey of.the fifild oraction : after' having acted 1UW1J( the my. ". do'not expeci yoa to admit jv -
-;. ProdIk ,lUrcaaitae tar-. by denounced, the|act. The anti-slavery! fbeling beld certain' isl&nd'ln the West Indies, and other ft1Ban ,. 'arme4 with and of the combatants in,it..The old whig democratic party so' ,long, to go into 4 this to roe;but I put it ta,jonr.own ..eon '.f" j .' V
--1DDItpoaI- & JnlyStfCOTTOS gradually''subsided there,andthecounn culttrated by negro slavee, Lot, at _th rifles. cannon,and the like weapons. They party (asyon remember, I predicted some union with i it. To sow that this can'bei :. cteneevwbenyou are in communion with I -'
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t QST : remained quiet until -a1 new influence amount-of Interest there was compare arovr it'to be their purpose to.taka posseseloa.uf yean ago would be the case) no 'lofafrerexists. i done with'propriety, tvcd without any loft that Supreme Beingyonr cooacU prof eei '
POULTER, \ It., atirely small aba determined to 'sacrifice and ho& tbe Territory by forca For ther last twelve months H"bisoof I ofseifreepe4t us reeorto the ast' 'acI tq rrrerencer'do you not rejrtrt joar ttwneiion -' -
Peneral COm: ion icrcuit ; 1ubouhtt0betr0u, Great Britain bad acquired, by tha ibrce it fjr what she regarded as a more important without regard: .,tbs law passed by the bad friend enough any.one State I thou of our own" party In the Statet After with the order?. Porhspc joa m f
tt ateTh: a BlIttm.,. '-, of her arms and skill in diplomacy, im- ol$ect. She accordiagljr emancipated legislature. la'panua&ce' of this determination of the Union ,to raise a banner in iu_ _.' ''the'right to letthe gorernor." was feel offended with m. enea ,fcr'this j" ,
VrLL a,driet Mt.pt aUettUoa'tU&.14: powessions'ln Asia. Her East Indian her negro slaves In the West In4ii, aDd the jbare tendd to form a State Ic.'fqrme.members'bare either gone'into Inferred on he'peoplth*first nominee i u,formerly some eomplaia4rof,,any..amnoundTg i
L.E1L. I 1JD. u t mouse alone contained more than thereby reduced the islands to a state' of coostitnthn for tfcexaselrcs and,'stimulated other organizations pr 'are waiting to tab of the-whig* wu-EdGJ; B.I>Q(2eywho l in*4TZWthS destractio oI- ir -

.m" .:J,4uI ", l1UDdrd prorlnct millions of people, held in attat'f unproductive barbarism. She ,then set in by their! 1eaderim. the .Northeast- l some,new position In the North most of had formerly been a old-JacxKm, demo-" I oIdvbizirflOrOfW1'POhldeOlaYetio&a! 7- -..

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;' 8tatts M lheetcr.1&f tcnntrdi proved. ti : io b.zt YdUS, for the Presidency. can We obtain desire them.to direct. attention-. to -th so yards near him. One of them dodged to a email or be migjit collapse A fine, and have a general then nennij alter wbic.j conVtiitees:
lint you winot charge) me with any want The difficulty of nomina&In;- a know commenced fcadingv. Believing blowing! p. Why. sir.be almost! of the deficiency bilLwu
of Ctfroc? and candor:tad, M on all tortm'r.i eandida.fsi-the} presidency whose securities, and if upon examination they tree* Mr. Daniels unmanageable and irS1r. Oozier does not mites of the[ Who,0, rrsn.t '*
the nothing are- found to be what we believe them to that all their guns weraempty, The S, u "J-
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i occasions I now la that you becomes a JAGKSONVILEE antcccdenls and present position are such be, cafe and reliable, we doubt cot persons fiped1 upoovtbe, Indias who felt, aniP the hold lila helm well, this great Democrai ment .pprnpriatin- $20,000 for tte lt
,frtLBknesi and directnsflv survivor gplng to assistance of the one will be on the breakers. Sad indeed mutt thin of agricultural ? -
'I freeman Mreairg1b peers*. Bemcmbcr ss-shouTd secnre'the black republican -rote wishing to'make profitable investments over1. be his case I fear the next thing -we bear adopt *'
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( sA4'1trrth the to. who was hvt, t a chase w.as-giyerv ,UIBg amc edi/iSLS
wift be to give preference'
*"lkat,If et iwV I. am abkin? toothing for ,.APRIL 2QffiG_ has, to'a certain extent'been'6olved .each as.wiil disposed aMa praiseworthy effort of The next> nw>rTun a se.-.uiing party, ofjimh 0. will be fn an asy'um! knowing the amunt t0 '* apyrpted' &
myself : Oa lie contrary,when candidate States. Tha knowpotMng that be can never, have tbe, face to to Without
3'i or two of the western the Citizens of hand*, whoso criuirprise twenty in number,- among whom was oar go deposing of all the aoSff-
i "befwtvJjc 4 I havft coned to nuke any jAJCts aiTTis.Eaq.'Uour'aatiidiod.Apint for State council! of"Wisconsin have is calculated also to benefit Charleston. informer started iiv- pursuit. They found Dowleg's-eatup., the ermmlte* nwr

I L *pp*' r-tt> your favor. Oa such''occasions JlilUborough county, nominated Hon. N. P. :Banks for the prcsldancy Charleston Mercury. the spot-as tesFibedby Mr. Daniels, a : :ouIsD.t A communication was ftv .
hay* complained that .ti4i was W.fl.IL ? *
?you my pool uf blood by the tree where the Indian President of the Unite 3Z ?
defiant denunciatory, Butl2trf# oppfaZtojiuIur rer; O..Pernv4I1iq, Merchnat, 'fa cur ii. and thi-nmbcrs.of the order generally distance from covering
tboritcd PeniwuUr I9ta but., was hoCajiiJ saw blood a log reports the Stcret.nes \
St of
Agent fo>th city of Angtstiiw From the Tampa ,,
: t the* life. o1. the constitution. in that section of the country.woufd 1DI1N NWSU on thtirl trail., The parly followed several CtlitESS-MON Dtyi.. th ,Interior (I In response to a rwoltttlft

.114rEiq I. c .' arlzeIArQrtbe.thibrch&rkItimsp. 'seenTtQ be of the opinion that if the liltck LATEST miles; but '.f .cr 'ner.porno distance into SEXATE.-Mr. Hsrlan prtsented a pettn..l the Ilousein regard to th0 Inj '
r :witb respect to thbso;: person* who ; 4flp the Gulf IlaiumocU,whither in jed -**_, _._-,*-... .m-l James II. Lane,in which tdititshsOreg-r ,, azj \5hitoa
)s. formerly acted with the democratic party, --- ? CypTss the Indians,-4hey were compelled to tlsi gentleman exptainainff-ctiv .. ,,, tones -
.
.I'can ace no reason for tbelf now Vlthhold- MADISON: CONVENTION.- tcrest or availability, otbavean appreciating on the I7thInfl.,t>9Mo}*Arnold"1* turn hack Those acquainted with Indians, to -
r liaa, Ihrdwn- a full ef tha- aid and eotnfo rt< xfhicli Command regulars oftiz )hours'' thej ..tuusIt.be"a connected with the ptftl6n-pnrporh.ing
Jar their *upfromi it. 'It Whacenotas, get receired report cense 0/108 and their signs*concluded that & IroUes ot3teilrciue; -
,' >off the f: ?e-ftoUert in lhe'North and gotten ofthe proceedings, oft the Convention, but they hare derived f/pnj. Jhc follower* of ,duration One toUlief killed, and tivounded many as fifty abimt th ra.. come fri'W th .mejriUw oltb provisional : It Tws.witl no ordinary prid,

t. .. 'rid of SCHM bad>ltrocntt in the Southland learn, with satisfaction, dial the. folbw.nj! Samj they will mob hesitate to adopt hiraas I Interesting Details. :This nty-bo felivtl on as correct.., State Islature oCKansaa, tha*. was presente.dilast isfaction. that we lately had the bonor(at.
da fairly as organization, by Casiarwi, was ?(
General
.DOW tta intelligence was received wtk by
following
made candidate. The Mil-waukie The the Council. aontroduction
In nominations har L been their I'roceedlucs of to ore of the
} i of ill section* pf the Union. afternoon. most mj-
4 : *-rgb Cu!. Monroe, Tueaday We withdraw nnntl retur/wl by
4 I :: *feet, its prbcipfca action am those of American ((know-nothing,) aftexannouncing by the statements here given" from COUJ.CIL CHAMBER. sul> queptJy ent.men.of the age, the.English

'the old publican party: ot the days ot the nomination of Mr. Banks for the compile Maj..Arnold's report: 'Jacksonville April 2; lS.6. bim to M/. o,, SJr UarI? ptabont' ProfessorTuosiAS HOLLOWAT, a

I I Jefferso which meet J th universal approbativu presidency by the Wisce&wn Statecouncil, Whilst scouting !In the Big Cypresswilh Council met this day for the purpose of an hour and a half, givisg a biographical who has done more for the adtwettn nettM

N ia oar- pUtGf.the. confcdera- 0.1 gives its readers the following cbaptar the available force of his command,.com qualifying F. WHEATONIntendant elect sketch of Mr. Lane, and discussing the of medical science than any other that nL

4 posed of Capt. Dawson, 2d Lieut Lang- who .forward and was duly sworn in question otKaasaa matters in generaL Mr. eaa.
came be named
in his history: not
,
excluding
t : citizons on
.faJU auc
S. W art called uponj >w don and Garner, Axs't Surgeon'MobrV, and
for the the unanimous that John W. Price Esq., Justice of. the Douglas lhttn.obtair.etl the floor,and gave .
and all, to make manly stand We bait passago, 108 enlisted tiyn, J5j4)r Arnold was attacked by "saruns" *$ .RaCa0)itLr, Ei.eu15
: of.our section.If : resolutioa following as it does the repudia the. be objected to the recep-
t constitution an&thelrights ; on the 7lh, by Indians, estimated] Peace. nasoas why orM1aDir. Tbe
,: beaten; we may be lorced to declare 1n* For Governor tion. of, the pseudo nominations illegally from 80 to 100, who were lying ta wait in Communications from E. Gordon, A. %lion?, of. the memorial presented by Mr, ceivtly travelling the United ieia Uviing

'dependence to main taia equality and honor. made at Fhiladclphiaasaromen'. of sue. thick Cypressswamjv (water two feet E. Barns A.W. DaCosta, and Ilarlan. -A long discussion ensued, in which Sttfcs,
Hogarth. ,
tha jbr- vi9icd.tl! for
In pubmission we.should have in prospect cess. :M nlB.has.clains.upon about haifa mile from "Riuly'stown. isamintry the purpose ot-
%. 0 f* the condition ota-eonquercd, province, with : M. S. PERRY-/ erhcchwotbep can. 6fler the first deep,.)!"" The first indication of their presenca _Jas. A. Goff were received asking the appointment Messrs. Wade, Pugh,Hale, Jones,oCTen- 1 estoblisliing: svdcpot for the sale of tig Oe|

no rights but such as were accorded by the OF ALACUUA..- to raise his-voicain advocacy of.its. ptinci- -was n.fire. from,theroon, the advanced of Town Marshall for the Town nessee, Wilson, I'uucpy, and otjieci. participated ; icinesln.en. York It is true tlat (

jnercy ufthe vktors. As,those who: lead ples, hb has umr been fearless and. consistent guard, which was. soon dllowed by a full Jacksonville, for the present year. .. 5fr,.Stnarj; mavsd; to, lay the bavalong been familiar ou&publuj

ur uiailaiita are the meanest and most For CongrcssyGEO. in their support. During.tha contest vollay on the column. Co. C. commanded On motion, a vote was taken which resulted motion of reception oiutbo. table; which hot with y
p' 'contemptible.of men, so they propose the HAWKINS1 for spcakcrthip-unprccedcntin parliamentary by Lieut. Garner leading off whichiat that great reputation, ,partly owing to tU,
p and S. in his as follows :-A. W. DaCosto, E. was-ngrued to-yeaa Onaysi.Xnd shortly
he "unremitting
destruction of our state of. society history time, was not farm in rear of the advanced j heavy duly impose4upon. imported medJ. -
)' tbtlcwest degree Oil social degradation -OF WESt 11LOrnDA.1 ., .ffnts; and initluted-inio the Washington guard. Berrs whereupon Mr. DaCoata was duly afterwards the Senate adjourned, cines, apd partly to the nawillingnesjpbyiisiacs

: known to humanity.: council, ofvhich itvretidentii KINETTeBTxnT After exchargin some, 300 :shots, on declared elected Town Marshall for the ensuing HOUSE or llEratsESTATivEaIn con- and druggists to
When you are about' to decide.HUof IFor JStoo'tors, *J the o-callcLl'rtpubUcani' who both sides, a charge in front was ordered.At absence of Mr. Dunn the.! adranei tbtlertsta
... r such moment, hccdnot the Ncords of VIIILIP"DEL.L,,of Cast Florida. were attempting secure hit election.- fcast 54. Indians ran towards "Billy's% jcar: sequence of the of a professional brother, Jos .
L a few mercenary traitbrs'among us. They HI. A. l-ONG. of Middle Florida. Commenting on the abpvi, the Chicago Qfl1iflflft number took to a dcnsa L'y- Vie cjtction for Town -Treasurer" being special ocder of l UM day (the bill g oUig Ropcrior knowledge and siiij thteiteiqexl ,;

fr hare marksupon.thcei by w Uich they may )t. rvCAMrBELJ DrWest Florida.: Times sayr:.. press on the righk. The Cypress was cast in>order., S..N. Williams was unanimously lands to. aid i* the improvement of tin cast their owa. exawi Jbl t the who see no Democratic banner is thrown Banks .'1D5T votas, ninety-seven of
t 'be known., They are men Again thQ got charged) but ho.lndians were discovered, elcctoJ Ohio river) was postponed until that gentleman's thesaleathpugbwonderful! greaOiaAffiris
merit in the past sacrifices and eminent to the wind, lor a. political campaign, And '.which,were given,by m whom he, by his although they were seen to go into it.- The election for Clerk was next taken return.A resolution was adopted

lit services of the partrioti'*. Cass, so happily ,Democracy of Elorida* is. called own bonds, had initiated into the onlcr. Those who.had retreated to the Hammock whereupon A. W..DaCosta was unanimously rt nediea ba*. not jet
again up,
d c termed the "Nestor bribe Senate.1 'Ihey We ask the Tribune to explain this.. Was towards Billy's town, were then attacked. calling on the Secretary of War to the enormous rn

r1thsa. wjlhout oiio1 chaetrjof: applause, to raltyaround it. Wood-worth complimented foe a know- When within a short distance of the town, elected.. communicate to the House such information out thft whole of Europe, Aastra!
H thw h battle- "We have of this.call being responded ? Were 105 ficedon Ieaiben The election of.Por.t Physician.was post tf
I.* 1 the onccamng blows ,o avy no douht, nothing guns a large number Indians were seen run as maybe in the possession of his department Eat Indies, and JnostoUiw-pattm
of Douglas wivlded in our defence to with the thusiasmwhi htho Park over the aleaUoniofo know-nothingl towaids abandoned village poned. *
axe East an ,
ning of the-
; the value comm -
in to civilized world. It
regard
for
till and from year to year, Who will.answer! dense WAI bis reawn;
from morn evet prestige of former victoryand the justice surrounded all sides.by a very A committee of three consisting MASSES.Ifoeg
the dash rce of the Ohio and all other western that the Professor few- !
billowof
the ocean where a months
as iofront was avery fc.
I untiringly whichi hammock, excepting Oak to take igo
in
oFoor-cansa must confer case, a TEES. &ip and was appointed
chuckle-like Sands with the amount and value of the tonnage termined
.aginstitishom. They lacge pond ot swamp covered rivers- to make New York the
be the result for a Miss ia letters into consideration the establishment of .Jocatwiv
must The Hon. Hurry ner
L when it seems that trankliuEierciandthe brilliant BUOCCSS- : tall giass.and about two feet of water.As .-.- cf said rivers-the extent and cost oi of a great American depot foe the

granite democracy of.New Ilamrjwhire are, full, Democratic vote, ih> the State, i 1s a awards the palm to Jacksonville as being this.hammock.'was approached, the Indians the Quarantine Ground. railroads connecting with said rivers, &c., and sale of hi* medicines milWia preparv.tion .
,
about to.be borne down by "our enemies, Democratic victory. by fcr the prettiest totrn she had. s en fired a volley,which was teturned by Cnpt. Willy asked through Councilman ,
U i f be able to.btifeld us from Ac. By: a,vote.of 85 to 57 tbe Ilouse refused extent andjnscfullness] his celebntedtiUb
so as no longer to Now the trees the advanced guard, under Lieut.Xangdon.Thn he should be allowed. *
1 4 t The nominees- lected, are most nnexoeptionabre south of Brun&w.iak. as. Bufiington, that
danger. But the' trnft.menln the North enemy then ran to another hammock, to suspend the rules to enable Mr. lisbment in London, which,as til tnret-! .
and' in their individual which line our- streets, finish his wooden building in the burned.
east, though for a time overpowered; re- ones, so plentifully half a milo to the North ; Ui troops followed Cobb,of Georgia, to submit a resolution hers know,i* one of the institutions'*
i renewed zeal.. Remembering political shade the walks, form one of the most district referred to a special Committee ctthat
t .turn to the contest with character as well as Lbeirstcxing aodi ; the Indians there firedj again, which fixing the i4jhvtJuI as the., day of. adjournment city. We have reason to con .
that.,though the British armies principles,tnake up a tiflk t w hich every ;pteasant features of the town, we are glad ws returnetl j a charge was then made, before consisting of Messrs. Boflington, Uo g and ; late ourselves and nta-
of. their territory especially oar skk sal
of most .and *
bad possession which the Indians retaeaUd, were
ad much
once attention -
be d'to .
; Dtmoctat should pnoi support to see our citizttns-devotingso Rip.
; b the spirits ot their ancestors were pursued until all traces of them were lost. The; consideration oftha deficiency bill afflicted fellpMt citizens( apoahU fcficitoctiresolutioM.
dis' mpathyand. aid the plan ting anil pruning Street Committees were-then,appointcdMersrs. -
iooaU thaafcduring
which sdcure to
unbroken, and thai the revolution titled The fight and pursuit.occupied! six hours. was then resumed in Cciynrittce of Uu -
t not, they rally again, and boldly proclaim of all tiiosft, who look with aversion upon season. As it takes longer J to grow a two The loss wasPrivate John Siiums, Co.L. Hoeg, Bufiington and Williams ndmcnt For
Whole. The SenaiQ aqa appropriating proceeding step by
i fctep on
p : that the battle for the constitution 'has the short sighted and prescriptive policyat- than to build a house, the practice of setting 2d Art'y, mortally wounded (survived were appointed in the East, and Ivjpp Wa bington strictly-
the
t only begun" Pennsylvania, tempted to be palmed off by newly organ out trees in front of vacant lots is a about 15 minutes,) Corp'l Joeepli Carson, Ward and Oak in- the West ofsaid Town, SCCQ.OC'Q 6>r continuing scientific principles, the Pn>fesjorr at tha
Collecting ill her might, dilated fund, Privates Geoi e-Muller. John Strobell, Co. -aqueduct wa-s amended by adopting early part of his career, attained to a diKcovcry
the
"Americanitin" Pine the line between two
l; ,L.I'_.. v( ,, _
te across the entire brcaain ot tn yj .w" ? .. v-? ___ .c 1lLfl.LL I eMU.4.i, &z io i.i.-jo ,.v cljr \\OIIIUfc t. M T.. _4 linnet running North and South. yeas73nays comp*,.
; 1 "Hitherto that the true principles of Aineri.canisra .- Abbott Co. fc. .. ,, the for this .tftion.in the triumphs of the
a. to fanaticism sand treason, years The'Collins Baltic with Liver- Silas M. Watkins and WiUiara : Mr. Jiarra, i n _,is v limiting appropriations healing artHe -
says steamer
,,. .. ,
,
ahalt thou come, but no further, and, here nnd those meat conducive to. the 0, 2d Arty slightly wounded. Several formal report, leaving a balance in his Vf %- H. ; -.vnrJion tl th3Cal- noticed how much of the boasted med-

!, 4 shall thy proud wants be stayed.." The prosperity and progress of the nation, ue pooLadTices.to-.he 2d inst.,arrived at New received shots-ia their clothing and haver hands of30,20 which was paid ovcc to ne of 5orenn>3al prcpscty as compare wnn 1 JcL, nrm. .,_ -----i _,.I.,
:goats-of.the Noahusst, lamenting York on the 15th.) She brings official intelligence sacks. that balon5.V>tisJ5civate! citizens of.Wash pineal, and ho% littl, wa.s' i tJ$ know*
joung .
r not old enough to hate the principles of Democracy.In of Uie of What loss or inj.iry the Indians sustained the Treasurer. laws bamaa
that they were of llie formal signing treaty ington. and Gcorgeto, A protracted the oC ghyswlsgv Contma
4. f; under the banner of Whsington. whatever shape opposition to Democracy is not known further"than- blood Bill for painting Market House, of $GjCS
; marched at Paris on the 30th ultimo. The debate ensued ou the propriety of making ing his investigations a. happy thoagKtI
eagerly forward to take the front of has arisen, that opposition has been peace was discovered on the bushes 'through was ordered to be paid.
: the press column if any of the Old Thirteen met the same ground,with the same final ratifications will not be exchanged.it which they retreated. The finance Committee, Messrs. Bufiing i further appropriations the committee I struck Ijira, lik
,, should falter m the hour of trial. On every upon with unless when stated, before the close of tho month, ton Oak and Horg.. rose without taking a vote on the Senate cated. the seat of ctc f dljeas;-vnomatttrwba
; success ,
and
i always ,
the brave and true front 'will be to the pub LATER FROM MAXATCLE.Another Us.natars. and
: ; aide there are coming up confident or secure, it has been thrown when the treaty given On motion of Councilman BuClngton, amendment as oj 'lignosist o
too
fur the decisive ftitgglc. lic. In the mean time, Lord Palrccrston Hood Tba' blood has vita&j; thsllooiis
Many ar pasty. banner has risen and uu>m ntocily into, coufuslou by stratagem Outrage committed by Indians I II. U. Hocg was elected.IrUendent prut em. TUF.S DAY.
his countrymen that the treaty Plundered.Nothwithstandin alive i it U I34IeI1. U the language of-
1 stooped again.but; there is a flag which assures One house burned,and one The board than adjourned.
receixed from
'* i has neveryet gone down before the eyes or surprise.It. that the tactics of the wouLd be deemed satjsCictosy to England the chastisement administered AUcst 5 A. W. DACOSTA, Sr.N4tz.r-A mesage was Scrip turVths liL.j ef man." If that stream,

YPh of mortal man It first shone in the sun probable and to.tho whole of Europe.US to the Indians, by portion of Clerk of Cornell. | the President of the U United. States commanicating of existence is impure, bow can the hujh

,. liht on the fourth, of 'Julvx, 1776: ;, andM opposition, for the ensuing campaign will tin Florida Vo'jiuicors' tuC the Cthfo inst.. information with regard to tho ir,5bc otherwise than fvetle eYiasted.cinaciatetl

though 4t wavered in the dark hours uf the be arranged for this end. Approaching- Tho determination of Henry Ward thcic-audasity, ii will be seen.by the [From the-AJwrtwer.J- establishment! tf the boundary lin*-between !" and afflicted-by xarjpni.fbrmj
I
: k revolution it went dowo-.but&tiLt kept, der nittr. banners, with a new war cry, appealing BeecheranXoiherrcvcnendipullics to get following aalhcnlicinfonnaiJon' which we Cau't Stand the IJsnU this cwuntry and Mjexico.arul'the payment

; ,1 f t though many a-ffcUirmy period since, on vehemently to national pride and a civil"was in Kansasby suUing Sharped received Tuesday afternoon, that they hare Mr. Editor,-.I see by your issne of the 'fthe tree-milUindinrtity to. that government. of disease 1 To purify tho Wood, viVetp

I land and-b u The old flag uf the republic up calls dared to subject the citizens"of Manatee to 17th insl.. two comumnications, oneover Mr. Riiak reported a bill to en- it pure, is virtually,banish si<;kjiais from.
will eveastri\e to win in the hands of emigrants
now looms high'over the field of danger, to patriotism, they rifles billy anothefi predatory incursion :, the signature of John L. Dozier, and the coiinige ocean STeam navigation, to provide the eat h.. here thnIs, hoefr the soft.Tererv .

summoning its friends to gather around it. vetcarn Democrats, over to their ranks.- forth! the following notise from the .inva- On Saturday night List, the 12jh.. iasL, other over that of Democrat. for the transportation of the mails by sea.and Th, poor inTOlid, despairing -of recovery >

There is only one of the political organizations "We believe, however that the chaff has State Democrat. a spuaiToT Ijii'laiissuppOicU to bu*six or I propos-e to notice sine' of tho remarks fur.otherpa rposa.. In conseq-'ience of

..: r that can etand under that banner already been removed from the wheat, and "When, 'in the name of God' Attnighry,'' even in ntuubcr, fired the house of Asa J. of!lr. Dozier first, after whicfe I may notice the illness oJilr.CLiy, whiph detained him may go forth into the world a rea-

And will you leave the democratic party, henceforth member of the Democratic the thirty-fivohundred Protestant clergymen Goddardj located near the heal-waters of Democrat.In from the Senate, the consideration of the ovated and strong man. Professor Dot-.
1 weakened in former contests for the right. that every demanded Congress a repeal of the Manatee and within two milt-H of Capt. regard to my course white in the Leg- question of the Kansas difficulties upon LowAt's treatment eradicates all!! oar tikments
9 battle unaided, and party will remain true tohis principles Addisun's Fort. The hon' had been jccunl which he had the floor was postponed until
this would previously
to fight great Nebraska act,we.did'nut-dream they latme, I can only say they are upon ; whether they are of thq stonuc5ifc
c alone die in the necdlo to the pole; while abar.ilnnc'1 by Mr. Goduanl and Ifo next. The Senate spent the
Si alone to triumph or AS dare disgrace; their heavenly calling by and open to pubjc inspection says, Monday heart akin.he rtiJtc
t such a cause 'L Where will you be many who have been led away, will return openly advocating civil war, butchery, and family, but cor tiiaour nearjy all his effects, .Sa.-Jc of the Hon. Gentleman's party (if remainder of the day in.thsciisr.; the bet liver kidneys, lungs 04

found, gentlemen when such a field is the fold dirgustcd with the chicanery bloodshed." which were cousuroad.ui.tli!} c'nflagratiou. any oath waia.lministcred.) and it will Ml location t.i an ariuory in tht, iXi&trict of :* their origin tO.th>} blood and restorti.

:. 'p to be fought and such a banner is to be to From the sins dtfecorsred, it i would appear that, i U is a parVj' whose members are C .lutnblaandatccan; : executive! session. the apparently diseases organ t.*prpua*
I you
t believe
[ upheld t Look back into the east, and that momentarily seduced them. Wo Florida Railroads. that the Indians encircled ths houie. which solemnly ;pltdged to. what they promise"VvII a.journeiL and perfect health, Kapw.ing t ;as is

:.. 1 BM that olden time the enemy approached also that many persons, having the Florida appears to have become fully was small,and had teguja: "ccnuhu king npw sir, for the issue Here is an Ih'usi or PrPatsExT.itrE.Aft.gr the from the of onfril i.j
do
our section only to bo* repnlised. The true wellfare and prosperity of the country alive to the importance of developing its frolic," over their fiendish decd After open acknowleugeraent by one of the Order reception and deposition of a large number experience

mountain peaks which looked down on the at heart whom wo were wont to regard latest resources, by the construction of the complete desolation of Mr. Goddard'u that it is-a secret combination for political of reivrt ,Im stly of an uniinporunt charactefj well as from, our own, we discharge hat i,

r rapid flight and destruction of Ferguson's in Railroads. No less than three companies place, the Indians went to the house of aim, and xur.s very coac.lusiv.ely wha.t Iaitl. from- the tanJin; coiIimtee .the further Samaritan duty to the public, by a cordial
army still stand silent but impressive mon as-foes, Mr ill be found working our are now simultaneously and actively en John Craig, within half a mile of the above .. consideration of the deficiency bill recommendation of HOLLOWAY'J Pius and

itors. Though, of tho bold rid we* who ranks gaged in railroad building. At the first mentioned Fort, and plundered it eve'ry- Daj.k lantecn Party !' litre i i& a party wa resum4 Committee of the Whole.AfhfC OINTMENT ibe furm r fwnJernalJersngt'vments.

dashed through their gorges, and Crests, THE POOR )lAN' PARADISE* glance,it would seem that our young sister thing it contained Ibis house was aUountcnanted. initiating.IKJISOHS. and binding them. under dUpoamsj of two amundment the -
.1. only the last linger yet a bdtU while, the with lately was overdoing the thing, and that theren.cessarily an oL15gati"nto" Co-operate with them. wmraittv: finafly ru&istfd: to concur in the .o tW sj'siem ; the latter for exttr val
conversation a
gentleman
memory of their deeds Uamortal, and A must be some conflict among A ,detachment from Capt. Addison' ho\veverJack andicyiiious.n bethuir SunaU anu-nJroenJ appropriating SCOOOOO ,application to wonnds and sow*,vhkh

t. L1 I I will again kindle the flames- of patriotism from Lake Worth, below Indian River the vat'ioua enterprises on foot; but upon Company, under U. V. Snell, and also a designs ; yt they are bound to work,for a for onitrtnoing llwj Washington aqjurduet. lave resisted every other 8O-cJIgd.rcippIf%

1 to future triumphs A victory in this contest who.has juet been raft off hi* plantation inspection of the peculiar geographical) position detachment from Capt. Leslie's Company few wise pnllers, and niiserablt party locks, The comziiiteo- siie refused tu concur in the .Y. r. Atlas. -
; 4 safes the- constitution from, danger- by h4s eccentric'neighbors, whose only and confrrutation of that State, and a started on the trail uf the marauders Monday of which the great Mr. Dozicr is-one. Senate amendment apfjn>priating S .OOO _

: k 1 I' TeritheliM its enemies and gives the high- law is to Ring tiilly! somewhat en more intimate. knowledge of thp objects inuniing.3T" Now Mr. Editor.I would ask this great for rebuilding the Franklin t ngin9 House Florida Railroad.A .
: fealty ,
'' *u i .. cit assurance that our magnificent ocean, and direction of these toads, we arc cong exponant of Know Nothing principles, If i: .the city of Washtrigjon* letter received in this city, from s dis
I bound republic will continue for ages to lighten* us as totho cause of these cop strained t adniltthatthere: necessarily A detachment of 50 men from there i is not a proviso jncorporai in their tinguidbe.d citizen of Florida, contains the

ran a career so bright and glorious as to per-colored gentry clinging so closely to no.conflict, but. on the contrary, that they, Capt. Kend rick's-mounted Company anflalo Order, viz : to allow all pcrsaw'to with WEDNESDAY. foJlowir items.of Railroad intelligence>-

a, I$ 'a challenge the wonder and admiration of the South Florida, with, the cry ot-"thi* iamy harmonize with and afford aid to each oth- a detachment of 50 men from Cupt. draw who might not be pleased with the SESATE.,...-Tl e Chair laid liefbre ths.Senate Sae. Jouinaf.uWe .

world. Respectfully native bind." Tt fact of the I cc, as well as compose scheme.well adapted Johnson's mounted Comjwny left. Fort oi-der. Is there any such provision ? If a communication fro*the Commissioner cndae ntnwl-from
Road
O4 have our. c )
my _
11' I' T. L. CLINGMAN.Gtrror lndha.sarathe to coixfer UiUn benefit upon thu entire Meade,'one day last cceel fu1iwlcgs'; ter- so, was I not entitled to it? Say, in all of Patents, transmitting the agricultural to thecojitr Swano tv thst
to be that tbs Tallahp. tt} ;
; e -} WASUINCTOS, March 1C, iso case seems State. rltary. They are to be rationed by order candor, was I not t. If so, why assail my portion"of.Ui3 report. The bill relatjrTgt*> rjiaHra4 work,
t.,;4 most kvbor.hating, and laziest portion One of these roads starts from tbe Atlantic of Col. Monroe, and it is expected that character because I chose to assert and exerciee foreign.ooins mid coinage of cca .s a the et from JakavtlUtotWgsto-

: k Doneliou-Why lie Left creation, and are gifted with sufficient and runs sou.tb.ta seek a Gulf outlet they will occasion, the Indians touio inconveutenoo my r-ightan'J to act as becomes a mints of the United States. Y J. considered under This Road contract and will be gradwl by

L1 Why Donelson kft the detoocrat'ic party sense to know that in no other portion, of Another conwacnce at Jacksonville, if they do not capture some of free American. Now, Mr. Editor, I would and passed; also, a biU V* change-the place the middle of next yeai By the endot
: Ss thus explained by the Washington (Union: the on the SUJohn liver, tributary.oJC the them Th$ achment are commanded ask this great Know Nothing if it is.not oE.hvhiing the coarto of the Unitod Stated ycaroucroad will also! U

M So odious was Donelson to the demo- this mundane sphere they can enjoy .Ailantic,*aid runs westward sixty Lilee by their Captains, respectively, and we obligatory 0:1: each member of the Order for tbe district oTDelaware, Mr. Seward the year (next at which, plaqe wa.onn .
; ,p "ottitm cum degnitate which belongs to to Alligator. Columbia county. wh>W .the have confidence to believe that all that skill in to- graded to Alligator,
eratic party, even as early as the summer to support the nominees and to co-operate introduced a |j'int resolution relation the Jacksonville Bo U
}, of 1&S2, before* the election of General the Seminoles as here. IfneQtl tw, they line is taken up by aoi.therCompany and and courage can accomplish will b'iriIit with them. If so, what remains for the discovery of giianp Ulinflsv The bouo- ( ajunction.wiLh Dd4

; 4T Pierce, that the democrats in Congress can stand like a flock of Flamingoes on the carried stilt further westward ta Tallahassee to bear on the fastnesses of the> nemy. in disaffected but withdraw. Will Mr. Do- ty-Iand bill was resumed. anti discussed :The Fernandipa

; 1 i g' would mot elect him printer of the House, beach and gain a subsistence from the eventually to.be extended to. lVn.oaccr: the endeavor, to force bjto. out to a%open zier tell us where w the great Republican at much length by Messrs! Ivei on, StunrToomba ry"Th._ St. M>rksRcadtwith Wiib hi reye*
of the metropolitan la. Tko road first mentioned was commenced conflict, which boast? Do Crodhead Jonea of IIIof
t although ho was then editor principles of they you Hale Pujrh, ? iron to Tallahassee, by the
I t paper, and the party had a large shoals of fish that sport along the shore. last fall ; the other two this spring; Detachments cf 30 meafrom Capt.Spark- indeed allow men in your order to be free Iowa, Blglcr, and others. The subject heavy That we shaJJ have*. >**

I % 'majority of the members. They refuted Like the bear, they can find plenty of delicious and the grading U simultaneously progressing rrxan's Company and 20) men from Capt. to act as freemen? No man can boast of was then pottponedf and Mr. Jones, of September.the Atlanta by rail road,
nectionjwith.
( I t, to p ranil his oeroe to be associated with berrics, sculent roots and choice fruits from Tallahassee eastward and from Hooker's Company are on their way to the his liberty while hoi ia the servant of a Iowa, took opportunity to make some there b no-nc wx donbt.. Ou;- resource '

his lamented nartner, General Armstrong, or rob the wild bee of his saccharine store. Jacksonville westward to tho point of Big Cypress. They arc to co-operate with miserable party tacti z.- Were on$ of your remarks in reply to the positions ajsume'l are now limited, bat will be iureased u
latter. "The meeting, where they will constitute a continuation the regular forces, now in, hat vicinity voi- for candidate recent !
f and gate the office to the the Panther and other beasts of member to vote tbg opposing by Mr. Ilarlan in his "spcccli on conOJence ia inspired; With our present
editor of this paper noaJnatod General Like prey, fiwn the Atlantic Lathe Gulf by der Maj< Arnold and Capt. Pratt. would .1 no not say he bad violated Kanvi affairs. When he had concluded the toad and ta' *
and they can select a favonte victim from 'the ajunation with the St. Murks at Tallahassee. We to have exciting newa from 'J Senate mean.we can grade
ad
the
Armstrong to the ilouse, happens expect the trust coufidcd in.hiir cerUSiily so.he it'beins:nearly five o'clock, bridges from St:Marks,vta.Ttfla&asseev
.A to know well what were the relations ufDonelson herds of deer grazing around them,or make The Legislature of the State has, that section in a short time ; it being be .Wou d denounced, aVdfor w.hajfor journed. the 12C*miles i anti beside WStv '

,' ,. ; at that time to the party. General the feathers fly in nature's poultry .yard by law, granted aid to the of Companies for lieved by many that the families of the Indians merely asscerV'ng that he was free to cast HOUSE or REPRESENTATIVES. communication to Alligator Mack road, 21 miles, we shall W tbl'*

Armstrong was elected printer on the and other the iron and equipments their respective are near the scene of the recent bat his; suffrage for w horn he pl;ajsc6\\, was received from the Commissioner the rails on 20miles.oriBarK
from the wild Turkey lay d wn
game to *
27th day of August,,1852, some time beSre roads, and ha also authorized county and tic, and that the main bffdy of warriors Again, Mr. Editor, J was quite ach er of -Patents transmitting- of tbe road then wita the n'
credit ,
the election of General Pierce. A birds. Like; men, which they are not, they town subscriptions to the, capital stock of are concentrated, for their protection fellow until renounced tha-party, as an agricultural portion of the Patent Office The *Honda will enable! n*

;i 1AJW abort time after this very' unequivocal indication can till a luxuriant soil, capable of producing these roads, by-a vote of the citizens, empowering The primary object, is to surrpuml and 'evidence of iny goxjd standing'they frequently report; which was ordered to be printed. to.ternal complete Improvement it. without taking !into eon*

LMt P ot the feeling of the party towards the choicest esculents of the temperate the corporate authorities to issue capture or exterminate them. solicited mp to consent-for my Among the bills reported form the standing sideration the Addition to our aubscriptwn%

,p .iMThfl Major Donils6fl.be sold his interest in the and tho most delicious productions of bond, and requiring them to levy and name to be put on their'ticket for the next committees was one granting bounty land rcaa nillr ch
WttJungtaa Union to General Armstrong tone collect such a tax as will pay tbe interest Jlu.MORS.T-It Is rumored that tho house Legislature, but since ray withdrawal how to the oflicert an.d.crews. of the private- which 9 my

tl L 4L IWt1 and retired to private life, a soured and the tropics. and redeem the bonds, This provision of Mr. Hague, on the Alafia. 12 miles from changed are the aspects of affairs, partun.rb' armed v comn\is4iQncd, by the United A LiBti. We see a staVment fc

IWM dissatisfied manvUpon Our informant seems to be of the opinion was necessary, inasmuch aa the capital of 1thiis place was burned hy Indianj. ofi Wednesday BO in sight of Air. D- whu, is i going to States Alto spirited_debate, a resolution ing the rounds of the pre?% tnaliW

1iP ; ; the: iwwgoratlon of General that too many of the "palo faces," the county was, in a great measure odvr locked .evening, the 10th inst. The rum r enlighten all tho world and the rest of mankind (reported (mm the CamjqiUeo n the wrk entitled "Courtship and 1A

e ,, Pierce* Major Donelsou was among the who find their way hither, are too much up in real estate, in negroes, and per* is vat yet confirmed, althcoigU) we deem it in regard. tP. two individual who Library) was adopted authorizing the put orThe Joys and: Sorrows of AIU
.4 most importunate of the applicants for sonal property, which was unavailable for plausible, as the scout from Manatee in ha.ve dctermiiifd act as freemen. chasa of 15,000 copy* of the forthcoming Life" published bf T. IL. .PeterW"
with the idea that
r. foreign, appointments, but was refused by occupied thispurpose.. In several instances the I ursuit of the trail from Mr. Goddard's Truly, sir, we lire in a progressive age, wor1\ of the Atti? e p orins expedit'mu. Philadelphia, was written 6y U !
; i the President. lie then labored to secure "Mm wan U bat little ere" below, subscription has been voted, the people place, report that they pursued it to Bull- and from the wonderful display of gas in A second rcRolu on,, rom tba same com Caroline Lee Hentz. of this plac* lTv' '

7 one for his son>in-lawj; Mr. Wilcox, of Mississippi Nor wants that little Ion*" consenting to impose upon themselves a Fro Creek, which is but a short distance the communication under consideration, mittee, was 1'ke.wUa adopteo which prn- authorized by the children of the deOsS4

4 1 l and It was not until be bad failed .ii is the lawman's "snug haven," the tax to procure the facilities of transportation from Mr. Hague'* farm, we might very icasonably conclude there vides for the presentalionunder the 'su- contradict it. It is shameful tht1 1

t In both efforts that ho openly denounced industrious man's paradise. Here he which their isolated position demand Also: That the house of a Mr.Whldden, had Ux a a great explosion in your pillage. periutendenco of the Secretary of the astfma! should have been pUt upon tIM
the administration and turned traitor to poor ed, and which,compared with their present located within one mile of Kcdnedy and However, lam happy to learn tlwre has Navy, to Dr. Ian" ,'the officers a.nq men, reputation pf as gifted snauthore U
c has littlo use for the yellow proxy of wealth transportation tax to and from market, is Wardehufrs Store (commonl knu\vn as afletherU dem'
the principles of bizpsrty. been no serious miaha ia, av thp bursting of the L4t te'I\rc\ic pxpejditiQ o( apprcipiata Hentz esnecially just a
4 [Albany Atlas and Argut.CXir which they scoop from California's gullies. a light burden, the Alafia'fitortf.) And about 30 miles from of a whisky barrel. medals, STUURSI.tY. was ev5dntr done to give: the bk

4 11 esteemed cocniporary of the Albany The bays, and inlets,and laVesand streams, By reference to our advertising columns, this place, was burned by Indian?,. on. \\\vnight. M.r. Editor, I shall\ ly nqtice! a few remarks s.ale, W-ehpTep.uirb.retheii of the P4 $
is mistaken in attributing it will bo seen that bonds issued by the au' It isvcertamy that ihefUcLif put of reirc
; ( f Atlas and Arguj abound with fish._ turtle yea the veri. and more. | strange will notice qrty
4, the foregoing to the Washington town ef Jaksonville, by tho county of Mr. Wi.T, McLeran h.as all J\t once become SXATEw-r-AresoIutipu wasj adopt 4, on to the memory ofPatriot. d ed"Fta.
I Aldcrmanic turtle almost too in aid of From the Extra 17th hut.
the Companion,
1 th Union. It should be credited to the Mays- table green Columbia, Florida, con>true- so lowered in the e5tination of these great thp motion of Mr. Sumnef, directing the ( .) : .
for use. Turkey Deer,and"Bar"meaths lion of'the Florida, Atlantic and Gulf LATEST INDIAN *(EWS. has he committed.A .
lion.a sin
Till (Ky.) Express whose editor, common tnen. What great committee oh Commerce to inquire into
p14; j ;jUcu.rdlLStantowuamembcrof( Conerci counted as no meat. It U,.only Central Railroad, running from Jacksonrville DEPREDATIONS IN LEVY COUNTY, gentleman who I is,universally! known and the character of tbe cooly trade,and whether JIoUoxpq9't oin lnenz and Pia'failing

VtIL when the circumstances detailed by salt pork.hara.and bacon far fetchedapfldear to Alligator, are offered invite for sale in White Man attacked by niitQne \ (u4iqn. .: admired our couptry; as ono-of our meat any leghlatioa. on the subject i i-$ expedient. -Remedy far Scrofu enS agri.OalvestoV

a mm occarred. that can bo dignified by that title. Charleston to which The we the attention Indian Met/ worthy citizcpX yet be is held up to public A bill was parsed 'repeal part eldest son of Anthony Barnet,
bought of capitalists. security these -W.bavojqa; Ofved infurmtIpn front ridicue| bec us.e w too has the manliness uCaq act |IedlAl1 act pro'Mj for Te ; wss an IffSwith
Good NcwaIorPoor folks This reminds us of the story of the English bonds Is the real and personal property of scrofulous on ** wrgA
-; Levy County.LPzrvug, sq.. direct lorenounco"lh% Commerce : traveller who stopping at a log but on the citizens of the town and county issuing of Know Noth- States for otherpurptwes' took him to. several dOC
I: Thejoarnal says (runt nip IiIco ui mucK, iuat, oq j.ucs.uay: is )t ;hat Ihpse champions ieat of tie Utcd. ajid parents b1UI4
t a For the first,time in many months weac the banks of the Missiesipt, found it ten- them, which if ample
lit that common to good New York State antedby a 'lone wdnian" with several interesting steadily I,and the stringent been la.w and ordinances of that county, left his .home, 'sotno nine withdrawn% holding thp Vnited Spates coufU in the ho only became worse cnred ABarne't of I J21 l
$1 floor U quoted by wholesale at a fraction he found which have enactpd by the miles, eouth'of.LcVy C. II in fcarch of j will Vow proceed to notjcp 8.010,0 re- southern dUT"-' of Illinois*: The bill inreUton who bad hceq and I'i1
a $vndtr ftv dollar a barret. Wbeir tlw children. Upon Inquiry State and by the corporate authorities,and, bogs; and -after proceeding about three inaI kt made by True Democrat not, bow- tq the 'conipe'nsatio'n-of cp.llectonpf by IIoUoway'sOintrnett

*channels communication with the interior > that the master of the mansion had been above all, tbe weljbcingnndpruges" uf miles, bla dog, .whjcli) was' running ahead, ever, that I consider it necessary, foe both tho puatoins was taken up and amended the child under her protccuqn. -', ek ie1.

arefolly open, an aralancho of breadItufls long absent, and that the destitute family the committees interested, "will secure the stopped at a clump of palmettos, barked a articles under considerntiori.biw e.ajified and Mr. HanVui g ye notice that bo ihoul1itak would try what effect a. OO11

I and provisions will bo down upon us; bad had no meat in thee house for ireeks. faithful and rroropt bonds payment issued of principal Tbe few times and.ran back considerably fright every unp'rejudice'tl rhIll. I feel under theento (o pasilt at an early day Jt-nco with her would d< ,bouae'3O
of the
I and as tho demand from abroad is ditniricd after and interest interest cmil.At. that moment Mr. paniel* satf many obligations to the ge flf men-rr: ThoSenat tlln returned the consideration she got him shier ovn ,
his however, having in the ,
duly
i / except at redueed? prices there U icjisace To surprise, of Chailfston construction of an Indian rise up from thp palmcttoes to for the $hiformatiqu'which ha fteen so freely of the bounty-land bilf; which was debated tried Uolloway's Ointment ?

4 i&h that consumers ,wui yet reap made "note" of the fact, he was kindly this road into the interior is of Florida and ftro upon him' !, and a.s the Indian fired he given, and bppp thp public wijl appreciate during the remainder of the.day, and wainod1sosU4 soon caused an improved thP appeaW* About
., ,CcneGt from tb Immense olTWUV i o/a linackwof hoe cake to the Gulf Mexico, scarcely Inferior NnV Jlr. | fear I child, anti after using-
.3 crops invited to partake of Florida'lbemselves.We turned bis horse towards home. Just their candor. | | Edifor; of'\vhen\ thp Senajo adjourn lila (sorder
4 jI&I The lanneri, millers, and dealr )- venison and barbtcued Turkey. "Why to that of tbepeopte then nine Ipdiant'spcang front their hiding ain trespassing on your time apq space. ed. weeks,every'ytnpto4 heis
before
bad their chance i the consumers are wlihln'eighteen or twenty hour* close by'giving few admonitions flEvarcmTwfa.-After disposing vanished Jikj snow
harp will endeavor to a.
"woman I place! and.jjttcringrftbe'most hprrid yell*, lqpE{ or: wonderM
now hafe Ibdw. Much, howwer, says be, "my good thought you _run Jacksonville, where the products tired and fuiheJ upon him. His coat was to True Democrat,, If this gentleman ot the regular business of the morning the fSSK Ihese :syskin. o/
depend. uio the prospects of Uu bad no meat in the house?" aWell, .'DOW of Middle and West FIuriawiIT> corns out pitrced.by bullets, and the it&ck of his Is not tormented for \ioUtion of a.largV'number of Svnato bilU were They -
MA thus (insofar as w stranger," was &bO replyf"you ilon't call upon the Atlantic, while it will take as gunconsidcralily will bo for falsehood letS .
I fear he twice -
: -- r wing c shattered, but he wa* unhurt. honor, taken from the Speaker* table/rcad ,
., :: do ?" sail to reach the Gulf th :
; 4 : Bare & ; general ftronUc.1 Venison and turkey Uie t, you many days ports, .


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tr1. 'I'u,.o.inl 1IcIJp. C ibcl ni >ttroil WILLIAM; ,ta this TBJLVEBS city onMondsy'_ CJlWUiiam.P.morniflg,21st lust am A. LGEqUEAAMA TUG PIRATE-WMItCR.. ISLES. .. $ _1..0OOOrte. 'ST ORE. ato f 'E. IlImiiTTilf'f-, <. I M1.: '


UarlaC, Beweja a( *?*1e&r, 7tbs .an! -' 4 ;
in die Stat eI I I1e !. versificatSan of of those Xumero 3G3 Ordlnarto. York tare -.- .
fII lic trim P1 21-diya Th toPews .a one -s1'received from New a ss4ti -e.. '' -,
."me JeUer ir eoocerniog,Pirates J.'of. Sew Goods,which wilt be sold u cbeap.": "Wilson &Winte.rniL ,
C" "" of Ind-i ... Alai I bwpltbat1oeykwe. wild legends .Bahamas, hodra\vn in Havana to Sw York City. ; B1'd iJ offAl Sld/.f ,!t., .
5ced Stitt. e o TThLhUj: nvd and cbocnd oar bearti and BocasKCBVWJbo,in early limes,held at :To gos.ii>rs retailed : ltespiethlti Informs the Wa ud Gutl. -- : '

jon $ 1 hi! aotber1tia 10.carricALIl" Fair,.fleeting comfort of sn hotjrIcf most ondifputaUa of that rock, arcbtpejago. (IKUX orcrai,) Bleached ant1 llnbleachcd3rus.lIatTrishLincnsCalicos JiJVwnville and surroesJlDg aalrjf hat Ole. Soathern Alillitiry Jj.f..i
stock .
". ba\1.IOpctYiec eeru.inJy n. and our .9Q1.wtVe called to]>arU* ; .. It is said tho$af.en. the rovers thatwere :1Ly' Q, ZL8SO DCLaines of hare 5r'wm:and opened Summer.Ua ir Goods new,and coasisti besctifu J arCytl! 11I'4:".. .'.... ...' jr
the U CAPI TALi PUIZE CO.OOQ.DOL.L.AIZS.f .--y > .
of on i. tbat the Iemocrltict That race loved form sow cold a J.dsadfEih continually scouring the dep, ready then I rite of-. '15 Priiesof -$J.ooo Challi's Bereges, DRI GOODS.. .. Iz.Ii foncoxut,. .iJ..i ::; ; ;:T{*
'the freights CUiK .
m' ; tbn1.ff'.4 bounce richly % .
nor. \enc'\. : ] upon M M_ 20,000 20 C T500 Linens .c.1 J- <, ,
j'Irit1..m mjepjul thought eup1os.We.weeLWL.s.rtlI17 1 GinghamSjTable ,, Calicoes )Justina.ra? GingKaras T G .
wjjokjadl .
tu. ; wss at dan of land pirates,, djfjLi! ," M tIU 400 :
.oJ It ve7.4Z comfort1 fled, 1 U __ 16,000 60 Silk Lawns Jackonets and CLeckrd Cambrit'a Black : .
Black WIZEN T.3IOtNTlG'T "
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lnr '_" 201 ,
lights tho Isles acd Kejsi* onIqrt; 1 "_ .OOC 161 :

ar-t'l rn, ct Frt'&idetJiaNIl .And wUhjaraA all oar Joy t. into their upon power, treajjfa ships bound, fjothg JP:. ..t as__ 2,000 to. the 16 tSO.OOO A JIPfOdrnatiooJot.sob,4..A.t'I''S'ximuw. of 9400 each.)i Brilliants, Wool DC and Silk and CulM Lace Slkv: Mantin Ctoabn*;;' lileadted j, Challie,and*. $ 8: lO. O. .;:*.rT' : ; $ Li J

1' S h Jr'o 'l11.f. g4.r.IKLQm.t.ovrr Ertja aj erse blasts, and lowerlnj storms West Indies and"Maine" to ..-' 4of2oOtil6,000.4oroo .-Laines Jackonet 1Cambrick malt : LJnena, i.wmb. Frtribcted! fctVtjjexki ;*' i'1* '
4 cf4. 20,000. IJulJeaclied Ilomwpon, ?
.to l :
the Vninn and orIII ntsfavorei soal God'bore tAnJwUhjnn L to 8.000. 'TableCloths Jut.Kaptiii, B. W at r.1 fchm aeCcrihlC'iitM; 4..lre. >,>-- e. .
rarC'nd Damask :
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vr ijwUMfldS (tf pall4.Ictt1 brijhtineUe forms Alone; on a cliff f ado* scawarl 'Y.hc,. 1TlekeU81O;' naive... ; d.- L. C. .ILanke :(, Faricj aanypatmr*,who" its uuu. t .
E.1)upcrt
at jaiflcaki
tli-kn Prises,ta chance* -; :
I It announCt'S the g r.c.tp and Be lire*,to die no more.*.;:/. 1. "Dark Pedro,the moody and com. -. nuarte..2..so. --hi' -. S wiss& Dotted. T ,;:.:- /. 'Silk:Tomming1*. Silk Gloves.and lILtt.F.mbro'd. many Cr" < '{ ;':. < '. '
uod4. WAy, xs waoiung the scud which to Ieewart.hhaat.ii PrInce es&heLit.dgbt at 5 discount. > and .Cl.ASS' ;
is ea\rl1\ per and Oraitt Skirts Flam
Muslms.jSJusquito., : ;_
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t.1k,CCtidfl rg.t 1'd1"lem era or NpTlCB.Bishop down o'er the boritoo's rim.* Bills on all.olr zztlinnki taken at par.: -_ d.-Ribbima'Silk; and Straw Bonn t.;; .. : ; 'SCHEME.Frist i

honor to the party that Untie ij' oaring arrived>is.jlowa. wH Around him the night shadows gather, talt A becomes drawing known.will be forwarded U soon stiLe'- re- '. Netting, & LinH1nerchiefs.k ;' Silk Illusion apd..Buljenets, Mnifm and '01 I r.t,.; .* .'. ,19,000 ." .ta"-, '

.AU therjtg a rebuce to Preach sad.administer'the holy rite of Coo- Around him, the.jwavea, dash their spasy, \rijr OMhrenuutMias addressed- DON RODRIGUEZ Cm- Camb Edgeins, Cvilars, Chlmesettsand I do. .V.. .. 2soeato.-.Z3ee-- f4 ,
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f 10 1 elo. . UOOart.,_ ;v.ILSO1
Ji61t.-d lId ,0 IIU1 reprimanded re-' urination, Sunday morbng the 27th in t, in St. r Yet he heeds not,the shades or the weakerIIU i (care ct city Pust, Charleston' S.C.) irate,Mnntellas Parasols, Shirty Sleeres :rtilf'l. Flowers and Tab, 1. do. .'. 1,000 an .at..tO.;. t.lcIo. lii-

p honor to the party that ha John's Church. Service to commence at' bali mood,:it.Is,darker, th r. until the 6tn nt4.ywiU U attended to. [ap9 '&c. &c.- Musqueto Netting, p araso. !*! Ffi, Um- : ...'. e'i.,0c.zo.i.. ,,

AU tbe C< .sttaton, pitt Be b expected,t?Breach on Tburday OTICRXS IIERCBT GIVEN that 'bcas! and a large assoi mentof Hcei.Clothing. Iil'1"Ct. 1 do.-- ...:' .. ; ";.--I I ?

sI11I'bel sorcrfigntj ac'v1.cke lIt 1 l taken Also.Embroideries,consisting of & ." 'I, l.io. .-... ... ..;.... .. _' ? '
been ,
of r.opo1ar DighUl..h'otLay at : Letters hate duly .
JII ita.Wg&1 ebflbkt! act. It is a JI.J1inu ct the ticj mhon.a rorarHJB ., .out by me Testamentary from the Probate Court of bevel dollars, Bands, l"uncings..tc. Ribbons- ., 1 i do_. . ,. eseato. . rJ -*

'UI&a1 It is a triumph i stood on the brigantine's deck County and State of Florida. on the Estate or La. Adle Flannel SUrta, . .. at.IIIIItr..
Caion. Coats
qIor1be .An& too, It ii a tri- lie With the bucaneer's flag floating over, Jacob Forman, late of said county deeeafed. 'All :English Crape, BctobazJ es"sex' -)ress M ,, Negro do 1 #f. _'s. '

j ffI'lad t.1'J'H-C1r the faith which OFFICE A*A.Q. CEXTBAL RAIL ROAD.AcKsa1tTIu.a > And hundreds,all.watching his bedel persons baring demands against said EsUJe, are *eral. hundred doz. II ziery',* Tests Pants,;- Hats and Caps suorU. -1-40p 1 doS' ;. .. .-. ." SSa .*_::::: !?;, 4'j ,
without
) PtA, 23 1856. notified to present them to me delay- Gloves, Mitts, *S&. Shirts and Collars.T 5 0 are. .. 00t' .
: ph.cGnoD and Soulb together. April Sr'1' When be rode on the billow defiant and all and entitled to $tocks. and Crarats 1 r d<> v > 'H I
:1Je Lct Stockholders *f the Florida; Atlantic A eredlt"lejAtC'el persons 'I'\an f.1 for put patronage, a'continuance"" isoticite BOOTS,ii'$HOES. .' 20"ax_ .-. :.. 2oerar* . .i.ooo; '
n-.i.uicing. Princes and navies to com. de,t ribution' of said estate are further notified 4
I II pt\.or.great qi>!}Cc traIEaa, Bo d are hereby notified Laughing that their claims aDd demands will be barred byLaw Boots coarse, IS 'tf*' .;. .' l00an..IIOO25' -,. '. .

It I thcj % rth instalment offire per cent upon the In his power secure and reliant unless exhibited or before the twenty->*T-. CM.". hlnildjnr1adeatou, .- Wharf "colored' Ties, *., .' tt.tu d&' :. ... SO are. . ..'s wwv i. ..

,t hlJ"e"bl. CagiVU Stock of.sftid Ce. par. has been called ia, As once was "the son of the mona..a nth day March, A. 11.1859AP.TIHiR :Map*TnOS.T.Mt"Smucx.-IS-tf '.. kid do, ," EJsaf?.* Slippers, 132 di. :. .- 25ar* .. .. 3Ctfv 'i ... '

file T.naa.4q .">e paid, O'I.ob.lfure tbs.ftwt Monday in Jane M. REED,Execute t. n silk Gaiters Congress Gaiters RROXIXfATIONS. ,a
.
oMonday q '
1rI Est, JJlrQrdtr.uf.lb.e: Board 'I '* Rip Bro ivns : ;
HI
1heJ'bi1adc1.bia( ; Jacksonville Apnl let 1556. ap5-8w FOR SALE. kid Slippers 4.ApprozimatiidIr1seeottOOsra.tO, .
and I
& Q.t.J1.ternbh a GIBBS, Row the power for h U hands Is departed;' -- tisssi coJ'd Gaiters Youth's do 4 ., a. 100r 4Qp; f I

wacea &ornaJo brM e which .26 St E c'yF.A.AG.C.R.R.Co. ICo longer his myrmidons swarm TAX YARUiyqJ.SLLE'flTiYard 'I'HE."WELL KNOWN AND VERY. DESIRABLE M Boots A Slippers Shoes Boots, 4 a .. Stk,a,... .32' \ ;', .
na4l'c S' It f Xonday trRepubricnn and Alligator Advertiser copy in Jacksonville i PLANTATION AND RESIDENCEf Kegr Brogans. 8 'I N. 3.. 30':. .. :
11 tile Saturday night until 2d Around him red handed black hearted : the late Henry R.Sadler'deeed'7 situated upon 'Together with a large assortment of 3 at 11 lit.. : 34-t. rI. ;,
oCT1IAt City on cluck. It des.a .. Obeying his mandates of harm. _i_ Dnval-np; Flv, is offered for *Iei It he St.John River, about five'miles above Jack- RDTKIRE. V- .:-. .'-- "
June.C.
ahortl111 ure teD.t 1ual.ele Gibbs Qenc ,he wars against God and,Dos.creatures- 1dcl about"g1tc.ts o! Lent and an neces- onriUe,called "ORTEGA." Tip Plantation'em. CUTLERY |47 Prheumoat1thito. ............ J"OCI .<. :r -'
prnperty, Vats for
1 arv
If &W1T' & arviIdmgw. y'rty-four tanning braces about'Four TbonsatJL anal Fin Hundred -:'? i
pt and rUlllon on all! sides. Alone-with the weapons of gnijer-; ft Leaflet, with all touts i\HmplemeDtlDcc ua- Acres- consisting of Pine axI.'ltamm lands GROCERIES fafc. APROXDIATiON.PRlZ7. -[.

dItaniC d i1ittsirg cm Jacksonville Fla. Instead of a>frown, must his features, ry for the.work, Bark )1i11"i". ,Bltrk,Ac It has wen adapted to the culture of'CocL Sugar"Cane, Purchasers win find it to their Interest to can The two auxn preeWaud&hettrOM-" :

\II &lfll&do commen three 'ckc1, andJcIsncdi AaaJJ his' dafk deeds wear, a smile 7> k large vegetable garden attached' it,which is ad 5ea.Island Cotton., AbaulSix ll au7ad.aeTealeared .ind ezamio* eu. Stock,at the Carolina comer, owing that which drawa the Capital Pria..- ,taeescheutltledtosprisecl' .i}
aLttTlO&t untiL it 'J 'il ready planted and a varcty cf treittrissuehIs the greater part of :which are under enT- before pa' 1IaaiD: else' where 'At w. shall take -- -*3800Thrtwonnmb *,. ?.

5tid'1 eunre n t 1.Iy Roulheast c jun i.af.tr.nf1 ttbS Iv. Orange, 5.'gPomegnmateii, ,JcaJi. 411.., r ,s ivatkm, Upon the premise art a find eommokma jreat pleawre io trying to plean.n those wha rcee K g4tfc4tw.- %*. A !

dt1fb. The greatest amount' Tar o., wh J t fpam-cpyered waters, Any person wishing to purchase, wilt apply_inlacksonrille [ Dwelling fronting the river; a large Sugar mat fjirbr.'us with at:ea.; All orders.from thennn'try owing that wbIedrwpth..coem4CapitaY. ., t -
k4 !
the 1&tter cit v was at the northvenlwmh 1tIntht.wthe ikies to Ions withEngine.. Boilers, Ae, complete; all shall be promptly attended &. Pri3t'are ach entitled \piwof FQ i i.> '
: Eight- 101. TilE' STATES Or ir April 6-4t_. C.31.COOPER. leeessaiy.Out-Homes, Negro Houses in good repair Jacksonville Ela, April 1IIS6.' The two numbers precediaj aad the two 64 ',.4. ..

;.IbeSixeentb and: Twentieth wrda. A1XE1RGIN1A, .11,9 Epcs,.by txp) day lih1.hat loiters,, and a'tn Well of water. For health and owing that which draws tie-Tjn h Capital -| '. '

ttClttk,1lttl't'Dtb : ,t MASSACHUSETTS. OJtT11 CARQLTXA) ,' A \ Likes snow flake arise.'Tii ffttrcljaiit's 1lj 01t11CISONTILLE" alubrity 'this'sTtyftipn offers iadncements rarely SalaIMt1 Lightning, rise! ,are each entitled to a prixe ff-" .1218.Tta" .. h
n'' ears RHODE SOCTU'CATD ) ialIhth. *-,' ? I
ISLAND Terms '
rcnnsjlv SoutEiui tira
p4t was most terrific, ... V a ship deep laden with treasure!" qnaled in the Cuuntry. easy. COXDlTCTORS.$. two numbers preceding :
Vi dirt*the hurricane NEW YORK, ALABXifATPEXK5YLVAXtA % ,For further partienlarala .ain of U.M.:.Sadler bUowiag that which draw the fifth.:CapUil'. .
diimiy among the stouUttfSd MISSISSiPPL Ep tbout as,he tarns from his gaze.* J.\ FLA. on the premises. """'' These are the only Pe-&naneily* Soft, Prise[ are e ca entitled to prixe of VkUWv : 1, ", !!tu( f ;

lP: tffrigUtins eferooe ,in its MARYLAND, LOUISIANA \fi ha, thrill demoniac pleasure. 'ruTs HOTEL is n" open for the reception fir l lJL ILR SADLER, ) LIGHTENING JO$ *"* ', .' < \I. '.

"' never witncssad scenes TEXAS, ,. kindle.the. beacons.red blase. customers.' The*uejedzn flatters himself i H.M.SADLER;?Admin'rs.. 9 yet inrroted riclietsQd OOrlIalrcs$2.50 QQarten>31.52* *
XVchwe v took on tha and JUposition to afford tbpatmua < ept3-tf C. 'A. SADLER,} ,THE insulation la perfect and not 'subject to SAM'LS" A>1JgcntaDdMaaeir. ';". |
place that be has the. ability
than Jacksonville Bricks Yiird.TJ'I1E tf those of eonstmcirnction. II.
;zcnJr V.. the 'accommodations,' ancwlU 'Charleston Standard copy one a week. catO mpoir as ia the ease ordinary Montgomwy.Ali | "
i children "ere very .
ltD and send bill to this office. The article speaks for itself, and.those HALL'? .
IIA who irbidden, and at "APOTHECARY ,
undersigned is DOW rnakinjr a Soc black as lh- plume of the raven guarantee to tbje trarelling public m\j Agency .
s &uee4 dwellings to1JIDII'r very super -- icWsesteil in the Mcnr'ty of,their honsev satiafy ------J ,'. !J':.Ii lt i
th
the the best fare that can be rar-
1T l.ior article of Brick, at the Yard near patrunize bis' House, '
mantle of is outspread Mr.:A.M. REED
night
anJas.'I1 The titmselresby' calling on Hs M
eir neiglbona 'I The Merchants Hotel is not THO**J WCUH tni JcnVs Tr. AJi.. *, J4
th .
c'" tW" ; Brick Cbntfb which he will sell at tho following imbed in city. WALTI KIPP > V t '
..
aiW H'rr! IS.t. l'Y Blending ocean and headland) and.haven, under his management,ap.d.taper sion,od $ 'C.QQk of Jabkso-ftjiJK A SworsCmmn4rat-Jis: $ ':. I' ,
Ctt mg prices IFIR" open the erection of these rods iaEast *
sole AgcuT wilt U strktlV :
f .
and| otl1t'rs:lnt n.tin; 'tltb thousand With the void of the arch overhead. he hones by strict. attention to Vusuieu and moderate our r : N.D. Letters containing money -. .A. ; t .

Sd*The& Duober. u t scs pit.iauy vrt1 EECOSO QciUTr$900per" . 700 C& And lo! while the billows are lashing f h-ncsea.- ,to merit a liberal share of the ptlblie AXD Flo d DWiER..t.l t OIIIX At7GH.WC. attended to and confidentiaL .. .- ., ,r'>, r

1. < .! 11"\1 101'.; Q t".o THIBB M .500" The rocks with a cannon-like boom pairlnage: JO .nOZElAY.Proprietor. .: -J*. one authorised. to us Fruit Trees aDd Sbnbery for. $.aI.. I- !
I,4atNe4
among< 1iuIC.1, arc .Ii\"e CCtNUc S'IIDtbt.a. \) :"': BUCKS, 10 00 u. The light of the beacon goes Cashing feb 9-tf T Pater% our patterns in East Florida bat ouj above nameiAgent BY B. WILLIAilS, .t')' vAt f *'

house Sulton and \J.$ De w.ill charge far delivery ltpwa.nI when in the < (mh3-lj) ,D,4A. 'TVatuVsGaoTC- sailes from v !V ?
6Cbuol To l.ILrll'far out gloom. of the, '" '
Hare taken a part: PALATKA. EAST FLORIDA <
tilt't btttlct work* and iiumcrwis o irLoiIdm wlit; ;\b F rjankroai. ops dollar per thonisndad ijoust Sign ,
,
terrible i ikj1icI4lm2ted 9 dijlsr fifty eens. thonsaml) for a Rich Cameo selection of Peaeh Trees, it
cs atjt per
this *- A '
The 106:0 bv T VI.Ah .. 25 ,
.illmf.E-
cO1INffM! : & grafted) '
of excellent
; The Brick aesde ant I",'
dutanpe.
r
hundrc-cJ grsat three-decker AND MOSAIC JEWZLEY. VA (
,
I at oLand \ me matoriat are dried under cover, and are wo! to the gallant OR2TAUESTAL PMXT1XG.T shS AlmoN. gQ ole. ,
1 1 dollars H real estate alone ,'h.1eIbt be\icr and of-better qua.1itlllwt any iha are 'Venose top-sails arose from the deep, SHOP* THE subscriber baring just returned(roe. A .i Glt best FiZ, 'M .- 'I.
subscriLef bt1Dn pnrmanently eatol-- York with large and beautiful varietyof 2SU10Q, fct;
furnitur &e.111 wrecker T lV New a Swee(1wtLyears.h1, .
II to Itock, : being iiojwrted. Ere tke watch of that duk-t'S1\ged *
.
.
Jackson
} fcraa-e tiun Wyond this \4ff* AU orders left w.itl1.Mmrs.. Tlartridge ATiinanps J. offers his services to the ciUiens of which belong to'1'. W.BlOCS i CO., for the purpose Best C >..' *""** / 2SU1M' ft f ,
Was ended dark&esi aad see. solicits shin I
?? by and a t6 i 2Stol09 '
branches
rrefl \ 5Sr who are Jt11.fa.genu. will be promptly yUle, in the above of repairing all kinds of Machinery,such as SilverWareFancy Citron 9*
The red light is baleful streaming of patronage. JAMFS.HARKNES5. Jewelry, I Dwart Oranse.ySne) tq. 100, r a"I
.
t e11 .oo 22-; dwellings des i aUeniedto, JOS. LACOURSE.JasksonviHe raise guide of the night mantled way, IgT y- B.-Oildin. Oramins, Droal lI;, Ic STEAM EXGlXES.f.BOILERS, COTTON Goodsrespectfully ,-. I FLORAL'DEl"AR7MIT .- > l$ .- :.\ .

ilaI 5i churches tiiitnasvd: 6; lumber April 26.NOci'. Which the manner hails, IIJU dreaming. : executed wlh: cjatnew_ and dl'patch.A -. ,. GINS, SUGAR and GRIST i invites the public to an euminati'au D Dahlias .r the dIa r 'Vita&4. fi =Llr. "
tnanuractorea dam pril.2 : #ss** fr.J-XJ U V.TPDVLa uI_ fbi from 50. USOOk 'Iv-l
glut -- ; varietieay
"11 daaMsrdll; horlrAW' : p. fJ1i me8 j., r.
In
'Tis kindled alone BRASS CASTINGS.Al rich ett u4nuabIe are ""rLM : 1Cammehu
Ltdt, machine fih.) p damaged 2 ; car NEW HCMARSHAL and most ; IU l
';! ", _- --wimsgd : aLUaIiittm work entrusted to their care will be dona ai gale Lava and Scroll Jewelry in great variety.- .. v
I **J. .- -a- i vnQours > for 13 "All other Trees aad Floweritcayh*,ladci "
suitable
IIII 1 J 'ury datyaped 1 ; dyeioadtffclroy : pns4 arM) the tetnpebl appaling, HOUSE the shortest notice with neatness and despatch Also Silver-Ware and Fancy Goods, reasonable terms. 2. WlLLIABj, ''; .' *
respectfully'solicit the public patronage. and other presents,which will be sold ebeaj '- .b '
damagiK: They holiday ;
3. jilaininsuiU Dec.G-3 Paoprki.c. ; ,
PalatVa.
I i. .
tt1g mission baa
Afar on its spread, March 29 195C-4t novll-tn .GEO. FLAGG.JfIDtib '
destroyed Jacksonville for cash. [ -
nunufactorjr ; SAVAXXAH, GIO. 1-:4": l.'
"* / -.
t- whiting wind-fretted biowiare. falling, VATTOBHEY
agLte bo.ue drttnyei,' Ii; railroad de- The HOUSE bill been enlarged and. improvec TIlEiioai -Felix Livingston, ;,. r

i total l l05-( TutdLug. SanrnisrBlock t The svirs glimmer out oi'erbea&They a with large and airy single and suits of rooms, t'
Ila Mo. 3 Bay- iitnietVT. [ T 1W
fU Jvuiubc of iniiittkr ,. fade, anl the flashing morning and will be kept as a first class Hotel in all respects : lIftHM. \ ,
fI OTer l AOOO.), ; pcsons. :F OCcekBroVani's Brick BuJUing.] : t f !! <
Ja 1 1\FOnvil.lc, 1oridNew .. Soon mantles the orient arch, except prices.RALPH 4- [ ,
5dP. Cftcca Which turns to a golden,,adonwjiAs MELDRIM' TS now open for the accommodation(Travellers, Y. PETTOK4" ..>I- Prekdjtnt.Assist&by 3cs4vme] *L ., .. 't,
eaj' ,
account pcrE.Ons1m and
March 22-3t Proprietor J. particularly Invalids,who will findhealth_ faf$ $rs.\ *
competing
hastens on its march.VIII. ( < fr mtlMProhftte'cS the sun near this affords.- .T>e Table .
injured, the comforts that country ( of this Institution opens on tLtV HATIXOrc' tK4 of taVr aJl'tW r ,
ices d Ueljciwciesof 'T'flE;next P practir* ; ;
Sale.
From the Advertiser] 4priiwSurn1u9ods A mlnistr tor's will be furnished nnremining wit.b.Jh.ech aftenlivo'ViJ.tw.given _- *' ',June,iclwes'on| the last otDeeembet. Courts othe'EAa&!X'ietlit and in ii. Ran.le )
whilst
[ season, lbj and ,
of an Order of the Honorable tbi The entire session 1si0 mo August "1'o iD the tailed States t
TN Court 1 JacboartLt
effortiittuturi.
21 1856.Mr. the cavernous bases, pursuant '"* .
ALLIGATOR. April Still, the waves wacV 0 please, th t success te'tght crown my '
will "monfhs'
L Probate of Duva.lcountywe f art vacation j' .
Judge (5 "* Septemt District Court at St. ATgfstln* Having cmriag
.Suitor Sir.by a letter just nceivfj the dark cliff with a roar, of 'Jacksonville Z'Chagei: mddcrate. Is of the highestgrade "tff..> i I. "
,- Along sell before th? Court House, in the town < _GABRASOX,,_ The Colligate Department my occupancy of the ProbaU"office,acquired e- '
I3AA ?
from nqihcw.l nave the tad intelli- The foam-covered billow yet chase ,*t>n the CHh da v (r. May v Be t,*lOt 7ublw Ct..rroprietor.. and will compare favorably wiCi any In. siderabl familiarity with alt 'matters relating' ,,J*i'the j. I.

pan \\& GZSw: kaotux a&ORTE/tA, ori&lut'Jjgranted I Junior, Middle and Senior. A new aid ol .' .. r < '
the sad
life F1oiJadepatt4i bi& VA U \h*ci trfOiarlrttotust sel at even' River St. Johns the settlement of accounts by Oea-diena .
.
the ill-fated' \
But J.tihn II. Jlelntosb, containing Maps. .te.have Utelybeen
5 P. L. oil tho&h in- --r and confirmed la Philosophical Apparatus mini.Jtrators I tender my services psfclar1y 1.
& 1$ ;LAV 3a*;received gen-. That floated so gallant and free,. : Four Thuu an-l, Three Hnniired Acres. New NnsiC purchased. persona having business in that liD. TriI! aJae .r
r.an: This nit tinch,1l1t fjllalieavitponli t THE .. aei-rtra-iit (.e DUV WOODS al their Lies deep in a coral-locked haven, more or less. C A. SADLER"Adm'x.II I The preparatory department ia one of the best'timary attend to Pensions, Bounty Land and tsath.r ; !. ..

:! ftllorcitiwns; end upon Ilis; I Ktore, hiuh, lOtt AII, they will sell as cheap. 1I z freigbjt i scattered wide o'er thc sea,. R. SADLER, ) Adm. .Ta.Atlrninistrat I I -for the "piano-by"Tlwodor schools in the Stale. claim against the FederaIGon.rnmn.4sIiIitaj .' !
ed its lTv-ct lie iinsg- ba\e "--M.SADLER, ] This College uanranized on a permanentMuis tIOy.l'1-b' .. \
dtftrvt orphans may IN any Other House in the country. They ManMH-I i Oeslea. to me,with prompt ness._ .'
feel but not describe'!1. Few men in our I adopted the principle oC.'Smalll'ro *and quicJtRiturn tt .: .SC OT'IISUBS-Orert-by Kleber; }yiueen and parents in Florida can thoroughly !- .
r's' Sale T 'A is just 1
at lm catalogue
$: ncciipk-d a larpvr place in the conG- i *," nod invite the Blleotion the Pull: Sow, down by the ocachi strides\e wrecker, -by Mrs. MaByn; Golden Drop-by Metz; rate their children those"wl., < hing furthat. iafuRnation JOHN} W. PRICE; ;1 ,
Ile examination of their Stock before purtlotiugel ). oM at the late rewdeace of Henry tiri .. Silver Echo. published and ; '
&Et'I the that (jen. Juluisonui an in Suow CormwelJ ; Sp D:
hasten j
IteOl.e waves WILL address the President for a fecpy: & Cbuncellor at
with At treasnreatrewn the sixth da10r till please Attorney Law\
olHtWaess l ewbere. In it will be found the following, Sadler, deceased on POLKAS.-ECLOOO 2tagpf Blanc; Vestvali '- I *l
J.f btl uipre flattering rinpects many other articles too numerous to mention: To snatch from the,grasp.of the breaker May next, at Public Outcry, a number of PLAN Dressier; Ricbletto; Annio .Polka;' Bobolink; Tallahassee, March 22oo'o / t '
anil in the future. noamAy II"
fotincliun earned wa'gtrs of sin. TATIOX UTFA'SILS, CARTS PLOUGHS. Seriuns Family r'atalie.DRESLER'S : UmOJTIl.I
&t1} irsue an obituary win Lc prcpar4 DllY GOODS. Tbe.dearly l1CLESSIlEE.STQCKCATILEanalBRICAS SUPERB QCADRILLSSparking TTriLL practice in the Eastern Omit al 13... 'uiVV J .
I Print Ginghams, Cries he, "This is brave incaneerinj, i ; Bushelds Corn Ida and lbs UnU aoTCbarUonaa4Caa ,.
k duf time fur pullicatiui and_fcuucndgiber C.A.SADLEPsAdrn' Sunday Night; Oh,have yon seen the Elephant "' -> j.
{ remarks.. YAonc.tL Grenadines, Alone without vessel or Vand II. R. SADLER, ) Adm'n. ; Vilikens and his Dinah; Favorite Hand Oran Bushels Oats aI IJ .e R.nr ;*.: TU- 15-ly 4 .

\"tar Rpect fuU v. floenceSiV.: I Ilh.4aio; Each wave to the landward careering, March21-tl IL SADLER._ \S01 :; Polka; Few Day.; Crow Out Shanghai; 1,500; sw .. 4 h;.. .

: M. Wi\tT, S-'lXTU LOWAS, Muslin, ,! Now bean a rich freight U the strand." Wait fur the Wagon ; Keemo Kimo; Pop goesh I 1,500 Bushels Bran, IQMC..- .';. -:7. I !

Cravat Hosiery, >*. "THAT VALVMJLfi.PORTABLE\' \ 8AL.C. SAW .Weasel;* Ilagel- Dell, Old Josey-in' 2 settsf .. 50 Barrels Flour, i \ J-Ji i i t tJACKSONV1LLLLA.
sheetfl.
Xoailalien for
Governor X.
; -ttotni at\ aro
Skirts Oenaburghs .
Grass( 70.ho'ne powe'ri.; now situated -
lifts its eomViag: iSLMILIfc! : of about WALTZ.-EmeraVl grand Walts. tost received by schooner HENRY, from Norolk !
ol Ve a huge wave
The Democratic State Convention I'UuJs As weak from town.Apply -
Ticking, the Plank Ruad'tbree. miles that Tree LLVsbut : t.1'
on SONGS. Woodman Spare ; .
and tv- PIt br ,4
I JCJC CarVma a.assemble *t Kaleigh on Mosquito Nets, I Ribbons, D.I.id.i O'ebe crests of those speeding before, to GEO.W.CALL, *Bobble; Be kind to each Other'; Orfr iDya&DCrSam' .: .' d '. ULLISLEpWlVlI ,L CO. .. Jlr ,

Vedueii4;J, snJ by ar--Uuation. luimina- WlialeIlarcjxs\11,1J1ea IIooVs an4 Eyca, Then dashes, trembling and foaming, PARAM MOODY,.' Coming- ''1'oDD .American" pieces; '.Jacbonn'U., l'eb:1-tl J2S : 'v r_.. 'tIj.. ,; .

f lei G 'fraor Bpgj (ur I'l" Irctiltn. The DIg4s, Linens, Far up on the tbcll-paved shore.._ ( bt6-tf i N.WILLIAMS.Por 111 Old Kentucky 1ow.Over. the Summer Sea Ornamental McQueen McIntosh ;: .-- -. '' :l. ;".
.MKuiced favor of nsi.i Gro De n n.ks it. burden Few' Days; Jeannie Marsh of Cherry Valleys Plastering. -Plain ; '
; .wytnjion}* m At the feet of Dark Pedro Sale or Rent. and other pieces of NEW AND FASHIONABLE Bricklaying, *e. 41TORXEY4TLAW (I.

i kt1LP roe .t\r the u.ext PresiJenqy, "di Cambric ujctl 4 (jam-dripping object \f thrown, TnA DESIRABLE DWELLING HQUSE MCSIC.INSTRITCTIOX. subscriber desires again to offer his servl- JaebonY111 tE..F."i .

; DoLtin ton Vice In.'sic.1t.'nt. I eLaines, Crap?, Of VJa latest black deed, this the guerdoc, n eppoiite the Buffin;ton UOIJLS. BOOKS-BertinTs and Hun- TEE to his old friends and the public, in the \

i &ut'I flriIt i.1 etjed \hat1'1re' Spool ('ottol. Cords lie reaps from tha ta4 be has sow$.. Forlerms apply'to .en's Piano Method. eiformaoee of Plain and Ornamental win contrac_Plastering t for, EDWABD Thf1illTk Zr.. ,: 11 .
Bleached Si i cl9.W. CALL BOOKS.-\Dder Constitutions Masonry ia.Ui J''
r1.t'l ,11 in Kansai for a mere IJruwTi Shw-lin\ jj i DnlU.Stav XI. febtG-Lf or MASONIC the Free*Masons-containing the History, rick-work IrieUaying and plastering of buildings entire upon A ,t trn'e.y A t .t1;,? : i- ;

\rIlle. SomeejYalieeb It .tLc Dy- Strifes, rich LAND WARRANTS.THE : ftarges Regulations .., -of the Ancient and. easoaable' terms and pledges himself niedes- XOTARYJUBMIJ.Jfice ',." ,; I
jewel '
t*Empire informs r' li;vp Wtn buying \; j. 1W1ItAh !) oAlu.9no a will CASH for titt Worshipful Fraternity. _This book is a f_ _t...t.U, .. .t--.f.at work. entrste4lo. his. 4
: '
.rxpERSIONED pay jm..il .
the or toe II
) 4S in ,
Edging:: Inscf4in i ; | feu I, Flashes bright rays suqf .-w iiOile'Cion v"W '- care. Coin,11 1 f fro..ci
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BJI Iron; thc fArst nth ol Cambric IlanillerrhieEs & ., c. And be hast ess, the fiend-like, the cruel --anjrT- JJfO.-XL P1LE. ype. style, *c.Aa, ? .aLs at U.. northern re- lie hardly things it necessary to give those to la need's Yew Brick"B lleU>t "":"i 1 .
.trtaU
6eir East LIDCI\ assurance'to the .
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mtrwloctiuQ Uieuv sam qualityof I
thug 01 i
,, i SZdU. yne.doxcn copies -- rhom' be is known any 'tMl
.dre.seflinthvm \0 1 tha humbugged tu 110QT5 AND SHOES. To clutch at the prize be has.woo.. I PUTNAM for .April ; prreceived sU to' the previous .order'cf parties his work u in IbMgiven respeethe has heretofore April TJ. XOcksO1tiZt11.e.I III-|W SMHHIBVI.B e H.(*ly. *. l' It'Smith '

1-;sent tck;" ''ttidto Kansas." Itsu1pu.ed Laal.s'\ BUcki sruc 00 WfGaWr'a\ But, ndd jjy, silent and paesive, HOUSEIIOI.I> WORKS, for'April' '; The remainder for sale. to hit patrons the ,most perfect satisfaction.Be & ..Bradford M*:: ; f. I
the for Zlatonlc Laws Price SI.BLAIR'S a renewal of the patron- i
sand April solicits
number or these hledrc. to his knees on IIAUPEBi Uackey'l Principle*of respectfully \ !
\\1., large H t3olo'ed Tie; massive CO11CV, lor April. RUETORia-The University ediUoo.4iound enL JOhN IVERS 4 TTp N AT \' : : -
and chain rich and ,. age o'bilreUOW' .
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locket "
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lIue been C r by the With a -
paid >
; Fine Engltsh'KiJ' Slippers, and the with marble v-.
and March No. of HARPER. ia heavy sheep edges m. .
&edl $i and Dthtrs half dozen times &.\ ed in tys? trp ulqus.ban.c41L February t .
a M 60 }.Jh" \ January No. will be obtained. tboe wishingto uited for Libraries. For Sale' by. QP L.ETTEUS REMAINING EOIICITOaNimhufSf. ., .
ret. a' 4 GOII l1Iikin Single yearly Subscriptions lI9. DREW. .
the yea< I Ap LIST Office at Jack ov'dT.'obtest. 4
the Post .
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PAiitticn LIKE DALLooVil 'c Kid the rp.oiler and pauses'- to any of these Magazines; three dollars m oCA rUlS6.Avara WILL attend. promptly aQ...b'ux sts''strwU4tt .. ', .,'
or Why trembles Merchants Magaxine DeBow's "WANTED "'* ,
Hunt's ; :
I Mr .
advance. *L .
U. Kid Tit .' XeD", t. .
**.the ttlJlllntpruPOf'fi to the people of ?, Can it be that hi.l gase on the cores, Review. Subscribers*-to this raluabte Southern' or Two Hundred Negroes to work on {he Karvey E.11.Mrs. Littlefield A L Capt 3 K.WHIT..ttK I a.\U8"U. I. .
ootiltorli'
Adams,
Caiknia to inn a linr\ uf balU oJV Uel weenW Enane1ed ,' In that bosom of adamant causesOne Reviews solicited. MESSENGER. ONE R,il-Road,' for whom the '.lmest1wage. Blunt F A Dr.'.f Long A N Dr,', Office at Alligator I* Qcsstmansifl... .. .: "

Francisco a i4 &.t. Louis to depend ) itl'uW It4i, moment thrill of remorse fAye THE SQVf flERN LITERARY win be Mid- Apply to. I Barter, _,. 1.ar iury7-ly : :

*ps i the great caSte))) current of the uporrr BoyaShoes. terrible measure Subscriptions reoeived'for this \ the year.. .cept JVBEPHFINIGAN, JeckcJhle' Barker,Dr.-' LeerRoberiIaefc l'J
the J.
to
its lie JJtlFine Boots aye 'Miscellaneous. c.r A.H,COLE Orange MilLs,, Boatrcght, Dani l .A BLYLER & KLINE! .
tra ,1 fe r rupuio ;
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-.m : "Shciea, Of agony now in his bre..t.Dealh An assortment note and other writing Pa- ..22-tf Burns Mary MraLak. F iVBranner '

'i 1pTh9ani\ pangs were comparative pleasure, papers; Legal and Record Paper; School Inkstands s1are ,I' N .. Lloyd, Robert 'nroanas axi> ouizaa tx 4 .
Tklry miles aftLattt wULout delaj from fur School Children 'O.O'tl"1T1.g' Mrs
and suited Linse
.. low price, -
S Slippers Compantivp calmnm.aad rest a Blythe.JBCapt. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC I'
wot or break of jjttage no fear d collinatf ; Poekut Inkstands; Fins Morocco Pprtfuilioe; BAY-iSTREEt, Bac6madesTJl 1.o1Ul -

fcoposijbilto oCrurmins off the u Enameled and Fancy SI.Of.I do do Gent's Pocket-books; Blank Charter Parties Brown'A .iyingston, O WMcEoraons WINESBRANDi"j :
XII! BiJciSfTHE n )
tM..m biZ; a 4\lIoon htL e days M Cloth tipped: CJaiters beforo'bind ; do BiUsof Lading; do Sbippicj articles; (Xext door toBced'a : Bailey E F Mrs. ,Sir
ha t1.e Lasting Conprew Gaiters For the miniature open do Foreign Manifests; Fine Iua.icg Paper; Subscriber has now in Brywn Wm."" } J. -
iLofwoftlic Sacrameuta to the GINS: & SEGAR ,
bit Lcthcr tippc4 v hell by a paracide hand Bristol Board; Colored Pasteboards. add; Gilt from BUrDeye,Mary Mr*. Mellon CaroCoeMnligan .
or the A 11t-haniel.and land her freight that bore mIhiajister's and Edge for fancy work; fid U coiAtanUyreceiYiDgdireet M -
that mother ] Jess .
Is of the and Silver Papers ofEDY Brinton K : '
wpMacojcrs fresh and healthy almost Youth" Bropjin.a, the corse on'the strand f Colored Enamel paper; Tracing Peppers double. New Yor\, "full and well selected assortment Burton,'E Robert Murrber; EMicaOM N".3bmrtm'Sl.JultJ1Io/d Thyai.reeS' .. :1. t
*ILe f er/ threiJiold wf U cir liwroes cat hogn.Cbidrens'.Sbuea and single Edge; Perforated Board for Embroidery MADE CLOTHING, Birnie Mich 'o1en; Wm West Market Square; J ;

a large Stock, ic, ic., Henceforth the grim pirate escaping ; Sheets Black Line.;* Sand Paper; Blotting ADGent'emen's n06uVrn. Uon Charles Mr. -. mhlm SAYAXNAir, GEORGLL ,

1rctsn LELriux.-The municipal HATS AND CAPS.A All peril from bullet and cord Paper of all kinds Colored Tissue-Paper blank Furnishing Qoo s, Colby,E F C Perry Samuel .

titijn it Augusta,Jn Monday, passed oil enod aNortmeet comprising of M ENS' LEG, M>y wender an"idiot, PP l-, Music Paper and Music Pens. < rnD Perry J 8 JACOB COHEN t < .
tj pie V. Erans elected PANAMA, are -
was IIOEX, Ucre on earth living with ff the Cotton '"" *" Mr 28 'flROAITSTREE? 5'q *
rigneUe of Papignon .
1it Draft Books assortment E 2 {
HATS together wLt" Clank wall selected Carter, '
I\aur. WOOL and FELT 'I- VAROLINArzItir i"- :. .
Binder's.J'jute-board Circular InterestMrt ---- c Mary M 2 Perry, A Tooreaiw CUAUZETQN. 8;
and nWom plant; : ...* SHOES 1 currey: .
true llaU \f : BOOTS
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.is E.waMocs fl.AT.-Th ZUgIiS1 i pa- SAIl DLEIW, BARRETT 4Wholual ALEUMER- I I Wrapping t .; Bill-head Paper 21 by ozeLonga 28.. ? (1st.._: -". to which he would'call tU. atlenUnof, thapnblwnerally. I Christie I Croyin'Waa F Win' ,, 'Pomroy, H,Asa Wm < atQit fj

tal cite the details of a monster blast A well selected stock suitable for \hoof 4es4 The above received. and fur sale by P.DREW Cra&oa'AA s. Pearson Henry 2 '" ; ;

idu let s1T& tlf -OC\ since at theUojybead. the markO- and Retell Dealers.in AprilI2- Ko. Ocean St. nuaeU1owocANov. zg'ZnNTEK, iase.4 Fuifer.,Benj 2 t 1' t-
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$2lot works 4t It is AnnW.1nE. Provisions Tobacco .8 CoIif"t. A Mrs Prker,5L2 .J ,

\ft d the aLar uf six ren inmnatwn1onten HOLLOW WARi; RAZORS, SCISSORS Cf, Groccries, "Balm of A. Ijoiisand .Flowers." NewMusi Songs &c. C pbcl1RP Read. M L John 51Ross. CD: .: AXD11ti1: ; .r

N MILLS SCREW FILES, POWDJ3R Nails &cn '" Xnnandcr ,MrDowliog .l'aCTS
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'irwnths. aud a charge FEE Segars, iquQrs, ,' For le"1' C. REW. Carolina, frcnnS'e.w Isaac 2 tw.l.u.d 1 1
LEDbI4WIQ KNIVES, CEIVED .lU er ,
M tons and half SHOT, per h >axuj ox comnssiov, :
a of powed to explode FORKS CAn'Er.sJmsllESSI At the corner Store 12. 1865. last, the following piffea Dyes Zekel Reed John Capt '
KNIVES. and April Wednesday "
'l\e quantity of"tune loosened by the LYCIk. Roberts;Isaac (4ands Negroes: Stocks lloudf :)-
>Q. S.Clt"INS, REED'S EICIIANG.EiJA.CKSOXVILUE new Music: Dow, WHenry i .J'
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calculated CO.OOO tons. ROPE TACKS BOLTS, 1/OU. SALE'OR RENT Fantasia from Opera n Trovatore i Th kiagof DuboisD ; .WID ici &c. &c. :r. iI4bral -i .
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FLpRlPA 'Swala Lizsie Rechar ,C Mica .
LOCKS, PERCUSSION Old Times-words b' Charles ; Dunham'U '" -
d i"rahte.uu.ce, plea- I. '
U'CIrOOD MCttJiiT hand full supplies of: COMMODIOUS nd Miss Kalsey t 'While'Musing all M.Hnr; Sndsrsl\l advances made on Prep rt3'...-' :! .
UD TilE Bwirt.The OS CAPS.PLAIltS. eoflsUntly on. A the Vfe&en port of the sdi rh, by Drane, ,, :
situated S.
centtal oominitee of the La- GOUGES, POCKET KKIVX?., KEEP bt tbeirline(whioh .they are always sanIty built on and.well finished in every aloM, Ilattie; 'Spare'my Ueart'tAea' Growing Driseo, J Spencer. cans MissFoekrAVMIsk Lr. lS56-lr .. it .
town substantially the Birth t A' '
Coulcuoor ,
Place 2 erry : .
-w JfcrnntTeniqnMociatkin, at ttich- SPRING VALANCES, NAILS, found wiling at the lowest rnarkfl. .rattiTheij) part, containing eleven rooms a good well of Olp; Loves' Hiding with. The-Absent,but Ellis A Wm Stevenaoa A SeD J UCH'P aiKCTttT.. \ cs-aa.w. M1r.ue.. .. .
ApulB Part .
I Cannot
\" 1i'i; t IUfilt-d MayorJatiT Wvod i BUTTS, HOOKS A STAPLES, SPADES, AXES, terms are exclusively CASt water in the YAW and all necessary put building,. of Srong Porgutten-CtVorfte S songs for the piano forte; FUimEJ SugattUS Cspt BIRCHETT JATTORNEfS'AT ".

e .u-\ to am1i; \' r !ii drfts in .the .SPIRIT LEVELS, BUTChERndSIIOE and suitablft fp.r a private Boarding House is offered not'-rleta-Pulka Reiiowa' ; Givuel Daleth Waltz; Farrell, F B StoneRCFore,4Tbos \Q'' pPW1ilJrc.

ty, ** *ufk I'nMJ1** biniayspedlV, ESrVES: IIOQKS cOTTON and'CARDSDEL HINGES, for isis os put by th.o. .year on .reasonable,. La Recbtrche SchottiiaH,' by Harry Sanderson t Will ? Stuart IL Wm 'LAW,, -

Izlr.purchaie of fbe UouqtTeiru on LQWS Mvispovr'siorA AtaERs, IIC: BONDS IS JUAlI ET.Tij terms. apply at lh"oj\cfl. you LQro'mci'l Tune will Show and several Greewald B 3SidM"7a'Job Ewainson JoaaSkellon 4x ; :- .i Sf

**?' Ue baa the iuvitation. 'SA'WS :Ljtuerrticulars other. tiece.; Oamson.JASMiss; for Claler: .
,toT accepted SqUAil'ES,. Co REW. I Amy I Agents ) (
7.Edt dell fer the ad '. early in May ULES; CARPEX. eight percent. 'Coupon .nov H! __ 1rin, UY SomerjallJ W Gcorn .. i. .4-

1Iia_*\iectill be 'Tbe Character and TER'Ii SASn: 'Bonds; of the towq of Jacksonville, and of WM. S. LAWTON & Co., DOCKS. Green Griffin,E Jam D** Sehez Dank 4:Q, SrTKfTH STEIZT, .J, ; .'

j F ua Alexander Ilamilturu1 TOOLS-.- .CUISE.LS.TAP BOBEKS. the uMY ot Columbia, ijjupd J in payment .ofRailroad TIIOS ALEXANDER, I WM/S- LAWTON, CHURCH Strdner. ,J Capt gptoouI WJohi WASIIINQTON CITy .
10 tc..A'- t subscriptions art now''tfQe'fed for.sale IJI Formerly. \I Formerly'of ,- and low priced. EPISCOPAL PRATER Hunting, S S Sand, Angtlia* rTr.ILLpractie before tit.Court at ciLit4 :I I

,joitrtai' : Sew Tone_There irercJ 1\'OO. -1f ARE. snchas FUCKETg ER.OOMS- the Bailwa4. Company:* 11I.I.CGuJ\oII'in' 1\ew Lei York District S. C. | Lawtonville, S.c. FINE } Fine and low received priced and CATI10HC totAisoOLISTED'S sla.. Hunter, W A A"J. C* .Switxar,B t VV ..prosecnU Claima tefbrt CQOJeftUo* tW "
Just
PILS,4ZhUELYESflBOQIS either In JacksonTiH*, JTba'rle/ton or PRAYER.BOOKS j Mrs Smith.BF '- a )
paid Cotton ; C : ,
51thCcityoew, Tork dorinS ASp STATIONERY.Black .. orkM.tl3i uption"ftLe'orJi .).purehasers.- Sea Jsjand and Upland SEABOARD SLAVE Hendrickf-1Samlllil HTna1DepartmenJ.. : ..,, '.
JIarrtt
Past.i Books Fool.Cap and Letter P per,enalJ. TIle Bon-Ji "trpcall have twenty and thirti and 1te.Foa1ingn4 STATES Pnce $ .. MitlIICr.RArS'LET.TERS nUC\t, Jeh1 Treat WmTuuksr '
and 'Of'th. dMomiaatjoqa' .. .. TUB U.8., Price .nCiCD'li "
-16 are FROM Wm 1 3 T 't"
Wafer*, "Peu Sealia; Was, 'w.IIIC I elSdtool years jpD. E.'Flar. Ueuderson,C J n J., >
t. The annUli i t election at In'dianapo- Bookn.EIa4ar&W.rk. aad light readipg.GROCEUICS $100, 250, $3QQ a.qtl ,(, affording conren r Heads pfMiu ATurroy CAapcr. midat. lfillM ryMisaHagun n.Joha' Con., J.MoKTOS.TJ.. s.s :
rf5IIni! *" <-Vlw aUa4iBi the de- lent'aafo .ana profitail*jn 'eatment for capital Ck>rnnnssK>n Merchants, "pa1stk-A 6nell L- 1'if JlanV W -. Thomas, aJOitph' 'HdB.A tI.. 11. -t
and.1LOVISIONS. .. A Tea Ssrviee-T ee Cat .vY
Mthecomyneo republican'and K. N, -A't tb iuduocoiMit'to borne pnrchaserj'result .' Springs Botanising ? Tamer D .. !UOILS.Jt.1Lu.Lo* tt.t& -
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A full meD of Family Oroceries Hams fromhe fact :tt(4)( thCl CoasIe uod io SOUmATtAXTIC WpARF.Cbarleaton"Sj.C --Log 5flflOCln-4WO Mabn-Motel-' Tuber;B I,WTtfnftey .,w, fc *TT Mk..T.C.Cd&ZZLTI. 'ki4 \
>J the old! line 'democrat, Tb Bacop Pork, Lard Beef Tongves Mackerel, Po- meut of Uses. The attention of visitors aneaptulists < !J Old Dick's i View of Slavery-P/ttt.onhJacksoni'fl .... u"...LB" D & Ramsey UCOTS.. JhICl1luu.hna New York. .\....: "
'JOrtty *aa over :50. Tilts ia tit Ibibtn.nawUJdoInNoycw latMS, Beans Flour,Bread, Crackers,.k. ;.- pay from abroad Is also invited to the char. Oar Senior partner has Wpn it> the Factorage .me." .'.. ': Uullins C J Dr. :'Tannest,Georgia Mist r' 4a'JG.eJ.LcAaPEaad4gjG -

: w. .' WINES AND LIUOPS.F1 acUt.' ?of"the- securities. T tfhese, A'g.-BAL1)WJjrt'Bonds. '- and Commission Business&n4.a&e.4ou aboBt'tenty$ to?rive ean and sa. !prsgue's. CCRlSTno! UIST01t ? VIEFLORIDA" atnnd. Hill.hall JamesHattary D D "Vaiutas*, B.1 Dr. ..,,SJJ'.J. ,
experience
pid Brandy New. WhUkey, noarboultVLit Pres't' Fla.A.A 0.Central BlB.CeJacksonyp tisfactton.we hope by : .D d -tl WAR. b.-1 00. : :: F II ,Z4.JuossCJames WILLIAM. TUIXo. ."
( r. rriufflpBASARD -
: .",ttectified and Common Whiskey, ltam. &ia.r
? WORKS-incladiag his tounnoPlacka.jPAc.; ,.
.JVC T' c. Aa.TANCV .,AprilBISCfctf' TAYLORS ..Sarah ( )
p.pt)1&4 tan an4 FTtWints. Schnapps, Jones E Miss 2 '
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I ALL imai I4YU U1 cJalmt er tlolUD4Iu. QOODS FROST & J3QULTER Poems complete FORAGERS. and, ..tberbookaTHEIITNTER'S .. Jo ea-Jack Wild James FAO. T 2I.,. lv Il

E E, s 0 BecWu J.Tstea, laMantr..4 Perfumery Soaps Todh: ,'Kan and Hair Brash CVAnDIAW.SALE.. ., General &ipn,Merclian ta 'SIMMS FEAST by M,)Reid,!2S.SIcKNES3 Iv sMaryMrf Waggoner,HT' .pap.'. .? .. uCOMMIS8IONMERCHAp,._ .-- -. -. -', '. '
M4.are r.qlrsd Ie proeed thIriydays 3stuW'
Cooking-tilassti &.. bebjiy that frotiIN I Trials and JCteaaiis'-T'Wtt k.nnedy,1ry
Combs TVTOTICE 1 iU
t-perl1 aau. at1cak.l 0 &w. es, Dressing Street BotloTT7ILL 4i i .
.orag I shall apply to'the DUO lot ate r&t London ,uam,4Co12 J'il.yjvestsr .,
hereof
-I 7'' (For 1U 4aLe .. or u.. The above which enumerates but comparatively ; the data of Dnval County fo i>ay strict and prompt attention to,ai]< Pnyers for abs .Sick and ll-lrom' .a. '. a for of above WUra wil I For Flort0.raw d 5anUIeN'aMl\i : :
of Probate : $ .
: any
,aill e ,.rtiigeu( our present Stock we offer U orable Judge I itiim.- Persons calling "* r-" .
jim of the pyw.ntlber(4 few f\\ DUMBER TttfBWU COTTON"and I Tt O D UUE
:of advertiarf thay
of the Real Estate of Jaroe WAUITO3.valn1&b15 'th r mar.
OF are
1i&J of the Public; to sell a portion WT y -
that .lRVUGS'un please
perlOQl 4.bt.sU EdtLI iS po attract the attention tituting luau ttioOT .. other Southern Produoa. -. '.- .'o ,,,\ '-.;', "-;W)1.0ltOIJE, L Sar* caaca: W ( Q&C; '" t ::7k
tilitolt Ie lmuito-Uat. payiasot to those who may U Induced to call upon usby U will,, UdJlrh&. .II > TlfTTFtfflTTA tf 7-tf ,, jOLIV13rr.OST...' 11. buJaaep.eachI25t. ,! p'&Um.I { .' ne'- l "
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.I J O. .' iEI.ICA$ SHOALS SXACOX, :State'[ ttii1 THE "FLORIDA. .NEWS''' ,'; :; ,;.' '* Jewelry. J iewelq) !II I IV -. ,

.: fcJBtrVialQpg' :the::Florida. Reefs from Cape Letter:B painted ;on rane, blacky! hoop ; : V Pot Florida ,
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.. 1 1 ffonda.togaaoy Key light-bouse arranged in Iron lattlce-w rk.clde red shaft and i .. AXD V V zTnnit .ththV 1'nb ?ftkt. r Ifo .

f fftFJat order IB which 'Uyre passed in vane. white. Bears froa&ggerbesd Key, Marine Insurance Co. itititing, 4.V 4. WMGROTHE. ; ,' ,M"Tbro1lCa'1a_ 2t.0'.V
4 BUm $southward and westward erected in S hoan to _
2'2d 16: l.Wv (truejf) distant 5 9-10 V Pllatkat
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ocnfotaity.te the act Congres making approjriotioos -, MuticaTmile Bears from Eastern Sambo Or PENIsTLYLNlA.Ow.rttFourth W MIKE V TIlE lA\014tE 3TW

t t '\ approved for March 1I, t-3,1853.*,JigJjt-boaU.bwyra, beacon. N, 76d 38m 59. E [true] ; distant cmd N Narktl-Stt. Harrittrurf, C00NTIJSG. HOUSE AII4..C, LaD ,,

t .t r 8 1-10 nautical miles. Lab 24d 31m 24s-& PzrxrLY.&Vrn.O.11:1tLt 'JewellerUT OAROLIN )
tt the *thg&y tn&rC,t along the Florroca :
il'ill : : Lon. Sid Sim 16s \'. : ]. $356,000. 1856.' .
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1'.OJ'nCE.) ..
., 1a1J. Reer" ( 4'Cape Florida to Sand Key CHARTER PERPETUAL. TqTA ) QOXETTEIL
I -: hgb1bou8t&i, occupy the positions( ; of the EASTERN IAMBO EACOK. TNSURE BUILDINGS Perpetually MERL A' V A. HiSon haaJ. splended assortment .b .. J frbr

: ., 'O\Ju Surrcj eignaii used making surveys Letter alanLtd'CD.une, white; hoop _L CHANDISE, FURNITURE VESSELS. la l'. : l ; if r r 1r ;: a.iPJcrs: rtyles; and an Cwhu* BUfque i, tBckai, JJ w"EXRY'" of, the latesl -2sh1L TWBafcSSS5ffi2PP5; 'I'To-I..

1' ; .;: on that coast, They are each composed iron lattice-work.crlinder:, black; shaft and Port and their CARGOES and, other l'.ropertI. } 1856. .aClaCl 1856. act..a. ) inat at haJt pas two 0'.:0"-11.

r .. of an iron shaft thirty-six'eet! high, van*, red. Bears.from Geiger's ,houses, S. against loss or damage byvfiree. V : 5 5 E = E qOLU GUARDS- FOB as* VEST. cttAL'iSih .. V nLISflrat

f'J n:' erected>upon 'iron screw. foundations, dij- 3d2ra 24s :E; [true] i distant about 4 1-2 HAVXNQ made --- -' -, -C- == -t --4 --- L'' .r iz C -= ." 'e \T. are now pre Br. t.'l Jl' rns GE1tS, .t '" DIRECTORS
1o:1t\np.t.he4.b1" vane, upon which,oat, of nautical miles Bears from Soth Saddle Hills, Jeba, ; : Jut,. i 2 3 4 6 .JULT_ I l J 4 6 allofwhlcnwill be offered at the !lowest '

1 ", "the )letters of the alphabet ispabled, andil i S, 13d:13m Oil W [true] ; distant SjiauU-, Nailo IVRuUnrford C.SedpJok I I Robert Alonso A.Slots Carrier, extends V arrange r 13 6 J 14 7 15 8 9 17 10 11 12 1 6 1 ,,8 9 10 11 12 psredtoeevute, at for CASH prices 1 AgsstoEatan &&&gssa

;. : ; otc it a lattice work hoop iron clmder cal miles. Lat 24I 29m 32sY.. Albert J.GU1e1t". John B.Rutherford m 1IJolth"xecll.2 21 22 234 16 18 J9 t2021 13 14 J5 16 17 Ii 19 1WATCflES', lc, repaired and warranted.
4 l 25 26 22 23 24 25 26 the pa on the Galf
ihorte4ce
2.. "orbiroL: SAXD UCHT-U07SE... AlTaa.Wittlss,. I, Sam.el Jones.JHEIirOIlD J r.l' m QQ i'J :n 1121/28/ 29 30 31 Mr. 0, with iia experience for the last twenty- Ret"mfuc of MulcO. *,
: f Soared. J.nw, V t1oDor TV7c1 1'. '; Fii eight a* s practical.WATCHMAKER ,tilt
; i Three color (white, black,and red) are An iron pile structure 121&ci hlghrpaiatoJ JOIIN - :" "Xt. tlt567$9 _.; ..V.t1onI' -. years > flat at 8 'c1oek A. K.'CAItOtIN"1d11r..1.-
V P. RC Pr.ridcZ. 3456789 1&'I't&tQo..Wil.u to give
r. en- 11
in
med to render them o'clock
sIht1geach signal
I I 4 I a :, cnrmounled. by lantern A J.OIJLLCXT, Sotiviury.L. ,. V 10 11 12 13 If 15 16 10 11 12 13 14 1 16 watches, .., repaired in a workmanlike and JaebnJTiI1toaldd
". Punph cU manner. ,
-: jU striking to the 070; of the mariner asi V MORGAN *"' ;;- t'
painted white : General Agctf.J. 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 1 1S 19 20 21 22 23 AH person having' good watches which,bow. sfoaaea .

Ii ,II possible, and aro eo combined that no two This Jightrhouse is T 14nanUcat: miles, n.McHORY, Agent,JacJctonrille, JTo Job,PrintingTheattentioDofthose 24 25 26 27 2S 29 1- 24252627282930ML LaWJIa.jth2, ever, do ont perform well, and are now out cf apply For freight I,, 'Drremen. and othff 0-

l If 'adjacent day mark hare the same colon in a southed direction; from, the. Key BXPEKXXCES &1' JACK905VTIXKt> L .-VV 1 3l------ order W.P4. d 9 in?!! to call on.Mr. drothe, who }.M..WTor.
tipon like parts. '\ CoL J. S.Sammis, | Capt.Charles WOley, 2 3 4 5 6 1 8Szrv-' 123 4 6 terms are,"lie cue.'iy pat A 8oet co--: .

c ,'t,; .)*. Master of teetoJsjaay *scertio), theirJslitnda. Lanw.Sld W.eat.1igbt-buQlt.! 52m43s-IW.. Lat.: 24d 27m 09s .5 N.V Cot.CoL John BrowarJ, 1 I. \'I N. Williams, Esq< 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 'i B .9 10 11 12 13 Business QardiVIslUng Mr.G. avails binuej/cf.this oppottaaJty,to lea S.pl.22.JW BROt'. ij\-"lt

.. of longitude with tolerable-- Henry Timanua, |t {March 74] w1ahln.p.r1nUnc 151718192021fl 14151617151920 der his lillcere,1 :, '.to tba clasps*,lhi place I J -
The foregoiigbeacons were erected under 23 24 25 26 27 2S 29 i 21222324 2S 26 27 Cards. and 1t.yIcyty! lrt .libuf.l r hiLhertob Republican eopy.: aieIJniied \
itaintjr by.examining closely) ] th.. colors! ofth ItOTfCE: TO CONTRACTORS.: V ) riW
-
the : 3031
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superintendence of Lieutenant done Is - 1Od caucu, ansi h..lx>pee'to -t 1ij.a.det.n.mia.atQn .
J beacons as they,are approached; and if r Junes Totlen, U. S. Army, Assistant U. OFFICE OF STATE ENGINEER* particularly Ann.. : 2 ,3 4'S Ocr'a. 1 2 3 4 Circulars,,. please he wilt merit a continuance, ( Mates, Jan bc"

f' "the1Ltez.pIntadon.th.aneIS distinguiih S. Coast Surve The geographical, positions B.G X.VmA, Oiuyct MILL POST Orricx. invited to.this office. 6 7 8 9101112 6 'j '7 S 91011 their confidence _nd patronage. | July I4-ly Between

'cd, there carub no mistake in the deter- these beacons and their- bearingsand I St. Johns River, Fix,.Ajigust 2\J, 1855. 13 a IS 16 17 IS 19 12 13 H 15 16 17 IS Hand.- Bill*.. Savannah Jpri
p ,
20212223242526 1920212223245V ..Millitaiy Institute
., : Georgia ,
Jnjuin-theil'l'posl distances from the adjacent. object PROPOSALS will received at this TermaInvs.xjably 27282930 ..S27282S3031- SExwEEjar
,; These day. marls are placed! on the most SEALED the 20th of IBoG for .btow Bills, .
icere furnished by the Superintendent or day August, MAT- - 1 2 3 NclyB - 1 .11IIlI
I .' projecting aad dangerous1 points of the the Coast Surrey., constructing a Canal (with its necessary appendaes I7.CABU.-Q 45678910 2345678 ,

t ,.*>rida reef; and are in'general from four By ordar.of the ht-housa Board ; inch u Lift Locks Guard Locks BasinsAc.)) 11 12 fl 14 15 16 17 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 fluhisofLadin, V MARIETTA GEO. THE STEAMERS
r "to alz miles (rom the, outside (seaward) TUORXTON : from Lake Uarney, on the St. Johci River, to Indian Orders from the 18192021222324 1Cl7l8192 a 2122 V ,
}., Chores of the Florida Keys and within JENKINS; River a distant thirteea miles 3,410feet 25 29 21 a 31 23z12526272829: Bills. of Fare, THE Academic year is divided L S .

mile in of the V Secretary authorized by the General Assembly of tire State: Counr'ywI11bJg.. I 2 3 4 7 two region: of five monthsTbi.
half of
erery cue, edge I Treasury'Department Florida, at its session of 1854-55, by. aa Act 8 9 10 11 i 14 I.fa.
Labels CAPT.
Tenth Senba the 20th of JA8.
"the gulf steam, Office Light-house Board January 10 185G. 'entitled an Act to provide for and encourage a irpmpUy executed. : 15 16 11 18 21// and ends.oithe cofiliaences l.h on of July. Februarynest PREEBOBjf
,
:
i tl.The of'water where theso liberal 30--------
depth signals system of.Internal.Imprpvejnenliatbi% *I 22123 2 .&. ''. The CdeUa t divided bio.f9ur College Ghs
r .stand does.not exc&ad four feet'at: low tide, Stat.,". .TosF.1toGzao.: 291 IJO: 24125 : -: -I se,.. The.Annual! Comnvsnceinent takes.place.on We 118 '
A MARVELOUS will the amount for which the,
Proposals
in any case, and just outside of them to.the 'REMEDY I specify ., Wednesday. boo! tf1 20th of July.V ka
be and
work will done the mode manner in which I
-
p eastward in the gulf stream, it is of unknown JSOR MARVELLOUS AGE -a 'ACXpEMIC STAFf. V
: 11! : payment are to be mae, whether la laud or.moniy. CAPT.N.KjC
I depths.These portion of.each, Coi:A.V. BROMBY, A. S iL, VV V TTTILL leave SAVA3WAH \
I [ day marks may be approached Maps Profiles and Estimates can be seen at V Superintendent and Ftofi of Mathematics W P.u..t

.; :: from seaward within a few hundred yards,, thtaoacs and any information obtained by addrcs- V V and.Natural Philosophy. DAY j-, ii 10 nE.SDAt e'eloch IArt

.4 ,.{\ but it would always be prudent, and par L sine B&deritgned at "Orange Mill Port Office,, ra Ill.i1. ; Capt. TH03'R: McCON i ELL. every 3ONIA ;and U flsy, PALATL4
"I I ticularly. with.vfOT light winds or ia bad St. Johns River, }Fla. V Commandant Cadets, aiIQtofJngineening. NAU1. 19.4'.kiek ;tlta.nu.

j t* weather to them berth., Proposals .will be received for constnwtiag a Mr.. V.. H. MANQET, ingbot wa1! r.c4'&at V tile 'NaILia4.
give a good
V
Railroad Over the same ground. V Prof of French and History.Prof : TltelwjIJ: ]
r" .i' In moderate weather often happens, es. F.L. DANCY. ad J'rida.y leavsJacbollIsrnulTI.hazw
fEf Mr. W. ILIIUNT. A. M.
.
,. 1"1 pccially after easterly' pie, that the force eog25-ly State Engineer, State Florida eighou & Russell .of Chemistry and English.LiUoktsrvMr Thse Boats have been built e

and direction of the gnu stream sets.across ; ; ,.J;.IJ, G.oOQJ, lto.te, and havingeommodatwn large and ai &a&e fir At
I( tho neb, and then vessels arc imperceptibly VIILUABLE PROPERTY lit: S3V V Professor of Draw in,., offer IInClute4 !adn._
V .
.1 carried amid its the AUGUSTINE: ';. s..UJJ. v.Ud. and other For farther
; ; dangers, although THAT FINE RESIDENCE opposite the SASH: BLIND Capt. R. S. CAMP, quire or pstji. .

I4'. 1 ; x .course steered should made.good, carry Holloway's' Ointment m MAGNOLIA HOUSE. Also that yalnable Atsis't Professor: of.Uatbem U :: D1SD ...

1 1.. t .tboDl.outaide.of.a11Idanger., hOTEL property known as the FLORIDA A. CONNELL,'M. D. Snrgion. _
/I ), Then the master of a vessel' finds one THH GRAND EXTERNAL BEMEDY.By IOUSE. For terms apply. to Tb. Institution is under the direction and management 3. Q. DEVALL
AgelltlaJatb
; of these'beacons to the eastward of him 'A, n, COLE DOOR 1YIANUFACTURERS of a Bo rd of Trustees in eoojunrtma cLGl3 't Ii
lie b. sure that he between the the aid of; miscroscop*, we see mDUpns of august 18-4f' Orange ?. ilts. El* with a Epard-ci4Vij4tiri; .a poiAted.by.t1! Governor CU31INGIUX
may I : V V Agents Sa,
little openings on the surface of our bodies of the State.V 'Zat!.Bosh .
connect loA
.1 .. reef.and the keys, and consequently surrounded Through these this Ointment, when rubbed the FIREI. FIBErFIRE 111 THE subscribers beg leav inform the citizens of By an act of.the Legislature, the.Institute has Stages,between JackooviUe wall 1tb s.tt
,by chous.and'dangerous rouks. skin is carried to any organ or inward part. Pis- JL respectfully been famished, with! IdO Cad t flaskets and Aeeouremenls latka Ocala and anclr ..
cArE eases of,the Kidneys;. disorders of the Liver af.fections .: THE SUBSCRIBER'S OLa Jacksonville and surrounding country that they have aJar<_ establishment in Cbarlestpn, S.C.,p. and* Field Battery, consisting offcur betweon. "annah tampa Day, and 1IiU& Isaet,
:. FLORIDA UCHT-HOCSE-TOWXB: WHITE cf tho heart Inflammation of the Longs .ISTAND having been entirely de. jrith every facility that such aaastabtishment can profitably work, for the,maqnfao'-nra. of six-punder'!' brass pieces and two twelv- aDd Charleston. tDd .'Ir YOrk hnhlsigis

I On south point of Key Biscayne, off the AsUunas Coughs and Colds, are'by its means effectually troyed by fire, he has removed to 142 Meeting-ft ponnder Howitzers.The JDh8 [11117-f,
H 'southeast point of Florida.. Lat. 25d 39ro cured. Every houswifo knows that salt corner of Wentworth, the stand formerly occupied Sashes Blinds and Door Superintendent and Commandant art gra

56s N., Lon. 80&09rn 29s TT. passes freely through bone or meat of any thick. bT> W. J.GAYER, where he continues his business duates of West Pfbt".and M the Institute is apon .3n.
ness. This healing Ointment far more readily in all". branches. He bison hand largo assort of every site and all descriptions also MOULDINGS of any pattern at the shortest notice.' the West Point' plan, the pablo may be assured q1 lbtJ1.t Jjt.

wET BOCKS BEACON. penetrates through any bone or.fleshy part cttti mont,of first class VEHICLES qf? all detcriptimt 1 LEIQIION A RUSSELL guarantee tbeir work to be worth one hundred per cent more for durability that it* government, discipline! aidc&use of
Letter 7 painted red, on the vane ; hoop I Jiving body, curing the most dangerous inwArd I ome choice ,FAMILY CARRIAGES built exiressly than the Northern.made work sold in this market. Price current list of our work can be studies will bo s4rictly e &re.d. INLAND noun SA t.u.'J1J
4 i, iron lattioe-work cylinder white complaint, that cannoibe reachedby other means. for his Country Cuttmntfs of which he seen on board the Steamer Carolina. Give us a triaL March 23. V ZEIS.
;
will SELL CHEAP FOR CASH
4 / ; 'and vane black. Bears from Cape Florida: ERYSIPELAS SAIL RHEUM & SCORBUTIC ance. LEONARD-or CIIAPIN.rv' City accep-. Tu'itioa, BoartL Washing, nel,.Lights, Hire ofMusicianiacd n't "

: 1 lighthouse, S, 35d 41m.55s E. (true); distant HUMORS. Order promptly faithfully filled. cfjfive JJ. cl ;er contingent .xnc,ses,pr COMMODIOUSAMgKTHOS.
session
r
I ;, S 1-2 nautical miles. Bears from Sol- No remedy has ever done so much for the cure Charleston (X, :hov. 18-6in WATCHES JEWELRY SILYER WAREIT Pnrgoon's fee months, annum, ia advance 45. $112 50.

\', t' die? Kay, S, SOd 58m 16s E, (true) ;: dis. of diseases of. the Skin, whatever (cnn they may Persons desiring per farther information, ,CaD obtain i G. HAIQHT
a. :
r :'tant 31-2 nautical milts. Lat. 25d 35m I assume, as this Ointment. No cass of Salt llheum S. & E M. Gilbert, AND a copy of the ".Regulations" by addressing the : CAPT. F. J. BARKMAJT

23s. N. Lon. SOd 05m 51s W. Scurvy, Sore Heads, Scrofula, or siplas, can Superintendent .ANDREW, .
J.HANSELL,. leave Welak
MANUFACTURERS andDEA
withstand it 1q7)t-n-
long Influence. The inventor has .t WILL, every Sudsy enii
'J i TRIUMPH ZEST F.ACOY. travelled over many parts of the globe, visiting i LERS in all descriptions of'CARRIAGES \ Fancy GoOIS.0.V Dec. 13. 1835-3m Secretary. o'clock for Savannah via. P Uu7
_ _..,_ the hosultnJa. : at Jfos.35 and40,WentDnr Pkolala. Jaebouyine. ,b..b.4. .T..tZ..TL. <
principal disnencini; this Ointment. __ _. ... ._ ____.. J. ENGLISH A. D C"4SL
;
cttcr u, on tho .-. .-- L lIondJ'jI:
puatua vane ii "
I _..blackL ; rii-i; ''.4.0. *..u. >IU. I.- >VV3 a&2 I .
*- < .4w., 4-WU fcUHlt been hi means ol restoring countless numocn to < Stock, ;an.extensive one,. and purchasers I I --- .-- -.-, V _., ., leaves
.! I.1 and'tans t whUe Bears from Elliott's health. are respectfully! requested to call on us, as we can GEORGE FLAGG V V V ,Ssarroahs97Priday_ __ at S

.. j Key, No. I, S, 82d 30m 26.E. (true) ;.distant c offer great inducements ia-style and prices; and and draws Lul3"1-z feet water WI.e'D

Z: ', 3 1-2 nautical miles. Bears from Sol ORE LEGS,SORE BREASTS,WOUNDS any articles bought at our establishment are war J 1ao1. Qq7JVe Eaa"t t'.or1.d:.. SCHOOL .M. LAFFITEAC,Ai\Sa"'aI.

.,IF' <" .dier Key, S, 31d 04m 14s E, (true) ; distant & ULCERS.Some r anted.in every respect. July 8-tf V "WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and: )! count ., that III}; undersigned. vsrouM respectfjillj, inform March 1-t 1 HARTRIDGE4TIJIA5C3 Agents JstijoerDls.PHILADELPHIA .

II'; ? 7 1-4 nautical miles.. Lat.25d 28m of the most scientific surgeons now rely SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. he has again opened at his old stand,. V th?. citizens of Jacksonville and
37s N.. Lon. SOd Cm 503 W. solely on the use of this. wonderful Ointment, wb n THE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity to surrounding community, that he will re-opea his Font

IiOKG EEr BEACON.Iett b aving to cope with the worst cases of sores,wounds inform the Planters of LONG STAPLE SUMERS' BLOCK ,. School for the instruction of youth in all the branches : ,, BJEW ?Oft &O.
ulcers,glandular swelJirgs,acdtomorg. Professor COTTON, that he has rebuilt his FACTORY and with a largo and well selected stock of of a thorough,English and Classical education
j' r N, painted white, on tho vane ; Uolloway has, by command of the Allied Governments is now ready to fill orders ia his line without; delay on Tuesday, first day'of January next. Thankful Savannah Cbsu-leston&temshlj LlaesC4Wt .

_-I_ hoop iron lattice-work cylinder, black ; digpatcboa to the hospitals of the East,large a.t his usual prices. WA Hm t B W fPD t .UiH2Vl3& ''Wi V for the very liberal patronage bestowed on his ASS.\GE P..STZ1LGU3.hi ;
'
ehaft and vane. red. Bears from Elliott's shipments. of this Ointment. be used.un.der th$ Planters wanting GINS, or Gins repaired ex- V efforts during thft short time ho has been engagedas ". welI-ksoirA2nt$class StaamihIpijsTo
direction of the Medical .
.; .4 i 4 Key, No. 1, S, 52d 15m 21$ E, (true),;distant of wounds. It will cute.aqy Staff ulcer in,the.glandular worst ewe cases). t Agents ra Boxes, or and the Brushes subscriber will at apply this place to the L folio wing FANCY G-CODs, attention a teacher to business in this community and the exertion, he hopes of, by strict el- ; E &k; '

3 3.4 nautical miles. Bears from li ing, stiffness or contraction of Uio joints, even of AGENTS. t which the attention of the Public Is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the 1 fort forthe moral and intellectual advancement erery of 6APT. B. HAlDlr"

_ Soldier Key'S, 13d 53in 51s E, 'true) ; 20>eaa, IItIuId1n:. BISCE5 & CANOVA, Jacksonville, Fla New York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer customers inducements, both as I his pupils U-uorit continuance of Ulnet. STATE QJf ciitit,

_I I dietar 8iO! naatiaaJ miles.. Ut 25d S. L. XIBLACK, Alligator, Fix regards style and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. erence is made with the utmost (>fte!pthos ,

.. 6m.45s N.: Lon. SOd Olin 21s- W. PILLS AND FISTULAS. JOHN B. SPENCER White Springs, ilLD. Among my assortment may be found whose patronage he ha hitherto. cnjsy It, and be CAPT. J. 3.WiflberoafterformuWEEKLY. CABTI5,

1 1 S' AJAX These and other similar distressing complaint C. ACOSTA CO., Centre village, Geo. hopes to be able, during the next year, to utabhsh IDTX to?HH

: I t ** BEEF BEACOX. can be effectually cured if the Ointment be net THOMAS UILLEARD, do. do. WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, F IUIT Do., NAPKIN on a firm aud permanent 1W i school,, that V ADE.IrHlA..aai.lI EVERY SATCBDAI, Otemafely %-

letter Iff, painted red, on the rane ;hoop rubbed in over the parts effected, and by otherf COOPER OELLELAND., Savannah, Geo. l.EVERS full SINGS, CHILDREN'S SEJlS.Ao. .. will in point thorough h irn.clioiiapicliaeipline,V from SAVANNA. aR CUUI3i
i
I4 :Iron lattice-work cylinder, white ; shaft wise following the printed directions around each CUAS. H. CAMPFIELD do. do. FINE I'U. GOLB PATENT ( 'I"jeweled,) Con tlyonbandadmadeto.odzfrapuriU be second to none in the State;, ah ai the object VV V TON as follows:

1(I and TIDe,black. Bears from Elliott's Key, pot Capt. B. R. BffUEWOOb, Beanford S. C. LAPINES DETACHED coin, and warranted is to make the sciaol a permanent o&eh respectfully The Keystone State wUI sail frmnSassmaitbe.folloTiisg.

!44. "No. S, 79d 35m 43e E, (true); distant Both the Oincment and Pills should b* &OTTLDA IIZ'a'WARD. V (with, without hun Dz.coscss.) ask the aid and cooperation of those interested V S t rd j:jrApnl 12th and 2Stb Jttj
in the ;education in
Charleston, !. C. CUTLERY. cause o effeeting de- 10th and 24th Jon 7th and 3& Pkfladolphi ,
,. -
j
[w 3 9-10 nautical mile Bears from El used in following cases i S. L, BURNS, SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do. From tho sizable an object and!beneSt to &..cw&aumity. *the alternate Satardaye.
.1 liott's Key; No. S SfidOCra 05s E. Bunions Sore July 23-6m Si. DETACHED do. do. celebrated Manufactory of Geo.'rTot&-. ,Bm1trity in attendance being
q (true); Legs Marys, Geo. a, LAI'INES do. do. holm A Son consiting of essentially ne- The State of Georgia will sail from CiarWos,
:
-1 distant 5 4-W aautical miles. Lat..25d 21m Burns Sore Breasts V necessary to the proper adva cemecfcof the pupil I the following Saturdays-April 5th and 1b,
'1' ] OTs,& Lon. SOd 07m 59s \V.TACJFIC .. Chapped Hands Sose Heads Manifold Copying Books. Prora good makers, which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS in his studips,.no deduction will be made for lost May 3d, 17th and 31st, Jane 14th and J8U-
I ChilblainsSore.Throats good time keepers. RAZORS. .to.'JEWE.LR time, except in cn.eaoprotnacted illness. Leaving Philadellhia the alternate Satardsyft

t .! BEEF BEACOKV Fistulas Sore of all kindj JUST received, 1-2 dozen Francu? JmproTtd .. The school will be continued in the same building In strength, ,speed an / # *lLetter, K, painted black, OQ. the rnne; Gout Sprains. irri/ft. This Bouk is of Letter .FANCY GOOD (Mr.Swart'j school-room opposite Biggs t; ships are fupy eoual tosny.zinningosthieuttt

"hoop iron lattice-work cylinder, red ; shaft Lumbago. Scalds ; lile-cd'2 1.2 and 5 quires forni&hod'with" style: C inJulRDs. FOB AND VEST CR.UNS.Such aa CORALS. PORTE MONIES, AC ORCHATELAI" Co.'s Foundry. Inland vigaiiun, Wi f milea&a. Delaware lint
"t. 11 and vane white. Bears from Old Rhodes Mercurial Eruptions Swelled Glands.Piles and carbonic paper for copying letters. By this GOLD LOCKETS, BRACELETS DIONS, PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AND Terms-Four,six, and ten dollars per quarter. and Day; two nights at sea.
,
i F 1Gd Stiff Joints truly great invention a letter and duplicate can.be I OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS :r Tuition payable monthly. Agents at Philadelphia, HERO 1 MiKTIJ,
29m ,
I. .J Key. 51s E KEYS SEALS
(true ) ,distant 5 PENCILS, Cn.OS3ES. ,
.' Rheumatism Ulcers written in one operation with.more ease s.ndgreat. PAPIER-MACHEE, JEWEL CA. W.T. CAKE. Age*aiSavaanah, C.A, GBEI5EB.
).2 nautical miles. Bears from.. Emot '. Salt Rhsum Venereal Sores er facility than a single letter with ordinary pen; DIAMOX IUXGS REGARD Do.GOLD. SES, ROSEWOOD WORK Jacksonville, Dee. 22J, 1855. Agents at Charlctou, 1.S..T.O'Bn .

; \ fey, No. 1, S, 10<143m 15s E, (true) ; dis Skin DieeosesTounds of all kinds ind ink. To the mercantile, travelling,,and professional TaiJtBLES, SLESVE BOXES, PORTABLE April 2, 1855 apL2.1ntflafno1a
f J taut 5449 nautical miles. '''Lat; 25d 22m'20s .: Sold at the Manufactories of Professor HOL f part of the community it,is infinite val. AND COLJLOR BUTTONS PINS WR1TIFG .. Cosmopolitan Art Association; ._: : .
i" SO Maiden ue. Price for Book of 100 Iwes $LO of200 I STUDS CUFF RETICULES
t N. Lon. 80d 08m 30s W. LO..T. Lane New York. and 244 ; FANS, COMBS
t p ; TURTLE Strand London and by all respectable Druggists leaves, $ .-with pencil 4/c., complete. BROOCHES, EARRINGS GLASSES V BRUSHES, TIlEROOLDSPECTACLESEYE iSCCOND TEAR. LJ-
;
'f REEF
BEACOX. and Dealers of Medicines throughout ihe United L MONTHLIES-Graham's Magazine, fcr MOMETERS, CUILDR3EN.R', V GEMGNTS for thaSccocd Annual,l..
!II' I" Letter K. painted white, on tim vane ; States, and the civilized: world,in.Pots, at 25 cents, March, Godcy's Ledy's Book for March, Nos. for V: PLAIN LOOPS.AND SETT SCARP RJNG.X3 PINS Ac. TOYS, TEA BELLS, AlnL tion 01 {bis now and popular Instntion I ST.A AUGUSTINE E.F.

I.i.. hoop iron bttice-work .clq shaft and 621-2 cents, aadM each. January and February, of Putnam's Monthly, CHILDREN1, Together with various other. articles.too ta&erous for the diffusion 5 1'1 Literature and Art, have been been
; vane. red. Bears from Old Rhodes Key rtr There is a considerable saving by taking; Graham and Godey, Leslies' Fashions and Jour: SILVER AItE.to mention. made on the moat extensive scale. This establishment has

t S, 224 20m: 47s E, (true) ; distant 4 4-10) the .rgM sites. u s.). Household Words; additional supplies of Harpers COMPRISING; DINING AND DESSERT N. B.-CLOCKS.WATCHES,and JEWELRY, Among the woffcs already engaged, is the far. ; renovated during tie 1ut a.lnerp3.1049tt .
,, '. I'll aautkal miles Bears from C sar'. creek N. B. Directions for the guidance of patients I Magazine from January expected and sub FORKS.TABLE,DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, tliQTaughly repaired and var anted, at the ihort-) Camed'V VV throughout cleaned, le,and lime,
: every disorder are affixed to each Pot. tcribers can have same from lit of the at S3 "GEXOA CRUSIFIX f'fI.Al
est
i bank S Cd 28m 07s year ,, SCGAR.SCOOPS... SALT ANf> MUSTARD Dat wwc. IT TERMS CASH. [oot2S-ly :. ready
1k m wet' (true)j i distant or in.clubs at reduced prices. Magazines delivered -. -V which originally cost Ten Thousand JI flanz. IA 1ALIDS., TRAXSESt
6 1-10 nautical miles..Lat 25d ICm 52s N. H.: F. MARCHER, at store, or sent in any manner directed. In forming thtl..iew Collection the 'diffa.von of I. _. \ \EI1.5-M.

.' Lon. SOd 12m 24. W. NEW DOOKS DXrUCTCDJ5y St fr Jacksonville Foundry tefff A.po'th.e.c q works oT_Ai JaA'S jjsoB, a Wy ,

'j I .__ ---- _..-... vn g-RIua... .Fas1iq. Rk. flEaker. fJ Wlu 1a= IujT ;, trn JJiWJ JJiT"- V_ V VAJi 1t. American genius, ban not been' overlooked. sing every qn.ilifintlon,and'the,advantage ef bej
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r it t Commissions have been issued to of the, the Tsnbwsriber .
will have suthic.iee.
many
1":01" Iron Tea it experience,
pUeliglithoo.eto..raudkerpe" rW"o DOORS TJIOMJacksonville FORSTU-ST. ', including Eutaw and Charlamout, will be on hand MACHINE'WORKS. esitry t : most stinpiished Artists, who will contribute solioiU COO 50*snoe.cpa4fcrsni;

h. L4J quarter, dark color* On Carysfort L f East Florida.enbscriber as soon as these two works are out. Removed to. the New Store in Holmes loin of tpir u9st' prodnc/ions. Ainong; d or ti present akMp.ent,ejrjr() exerM_vn
;' reef near the edge of the gtsJ1stre.m, a.nd Sold at Northern prices. Bayard Taylor's 'T'HE Subscribers; having made extensive and Building, opposite-. Baldwin's thorn are three Marbi flat. executed by the. the Saaet e ttsW tI ha less wjH H W*
q4 to.tne MILward of Key Largo Lat. 25d TITE respectfully announce to his Views Afoot, El Dorado, Land's Saracens, 9125; JL valuable improvements in.their establishment Office,Jackson,Ihle. greatest living lpture-IIiram Powers l' to give general latiifaction. The a10-'T.. '
f it, 13m 15. N. Lon..80d12m44sW. X former patrons and the Public generally, that 1; Talor' Africa Japan 31.50 j Taylor1 Poems, are now prepared to furniah- WHERE is keptcocsiantly on hand large and GEORGE WASHINGTON bly! situated the -
lI' ie has taken the store formerly b JL W. 11.50, ,
r occupied ; Steam Engines, of any required power, from selecteds8ortet of The Fiiiher dean and Aeataeffurnished i4i
THE ZLCOW PRICE where he is ofbis Country; Rooms Airy, ,
I BrAcoI.-Building.( ) prepared to make COOTS and I IKVIXG'S LJFIH OF ,ASnING- 1 to 100 horses t DRUGS AND
It 4 'Letter I, painted red the Snots cf the finest finish and style, and equal. if TON-Volg. 1 &2, (in sheep) each 92'50. Saw lULllejugarMhhls CHEMICAL BENJAMIN. FRANKLIN, hant I' NcWV .
1 Iron on Tano; hoop not superior to any heretofore Coffered to the pub This is the late splendid nor.k of Washington ; Always received by the latest.arrivals' ,warranted, 2 T! Philosopher ; 1t01tting.
,t. } lattice-work fresh and '
Also
..1 4 "and cylinder white! shaft lie.He Irving, recently issued and so extensively n. l.- Horse Powers; genuine. A I 1.. \1UTER, Being entirely built of wood,which rwctw
I ; ranft black", Bears front Grecian flatter himself that the generalaatW'actl.m mans!. Tb 1st vol. contains a portrait from a ,rlat JA1U.. Perfumery, Combs, Drn.bts.lJoaplJ ho'Statesman. ,. from damrn ss. The room connected by Att
A : Shoals beacon, N, GOd 45m 40s E, (true) ; he has given heretofore will eatitte bin). t o the picture by West Muller; the 2d contains Peal's and all other machinery used in this coanirj.. Lamps, Burning Fluid, &., A specialagent hi,s visited Europe and mad careful Doors, with Fireplaces and ,blinds t ..
i\ 'r.. '. ,distant 4-10 nautical miles. Bears from patronage of those who wish a well fitting Boot, portrait Washington at the age of 40. This is Iron and Brass Castings which will be sold low for cash. and judicious$elections of fo'refgn'wo\'ks tir..ttt opening through to the Piazza, and afforiSLlightful d%.

: I4ii'! ('arJl fort Reef .light-house S 29d 29tn25s made out of the best materials He will endeavoi the 6vo. edition, by O. }'. Putnam,New York. 17' Steamboat, Saw Mill and other repairing, Cpo;try orders solicited and punctually attendee ioth in Bronze' and Marble Statuary. and.. Choicer promenade of 300 feet, and protect tt.
; 1; 1' W, (true) duteat 5 4-10 to give satisfaction- all who may favor him with ERNEST LI\YOOD-the.. new book of at short not ice. to. P1&.Yrlci.' prescriptions put UP with care and Paintings.. : .V V V V V boa in from rain,' cold winds Ac, aDd M' *a
r;1 .[ ,! 'jh. ; r nautical 1 ,. calL) V Mrs. Hentz-expected next week. Mimio Life ti7' All machinery purchased from us will be doepatch.Aget. The whole forming a largs and'qalnable collection Ughtfpl RmtKAT rom confinement a.t *H sessw
niks. Lat.
,; 25d OSw 32 N, Lon. SOd.15m40s lie has oa hand a Urge supply of Boots aol I Rose Clark, Lily, and other late books, for sale lot put in' operation in any part of the State, ly U&I. of Paintings and Staiu&ry, to btt ndiatribnted I oftheyear.'oKolsessitUt0m5"pOOiUOITIScing.th.
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f.< W. Ladies and Children Shoes, which he will Bill at the usual prices. V [mhS) ,C. DREW. competent machinists, when desired and nppn for tta Ke# }0rk Pciia Tea Company rut among the members of tb* Awocfction. for' Sonth and retired from; ttohouse.
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CKECIAX SHOALS BEACON, low prices.rii.paring reasonable terms. Teaot direct importation and of 3yaric.Ufros the Second. Year j .. II contains 45 rtana, and OOIlTlJlieDdel
!I 4 done at low prices-and at abort eedI Seeds It Seeds IIITUST V 1-4 : -Term of 3Iembership.The in general and for accojstaoaaticai eaaaot be iwP"r
\ : .Litter II, on rare painted, black hoop noUce. Drawings. and Estimates furoismed without a to lIb in a package, aU warranted and ai' .VV ,...
1', ;1 :- l' }ron kttlce-wotk cylinder red ; July 21-ly received a ecI$, supply- {Garden Seeds, charge. MOONtY A GODWIN, extremely prices., payment i jcf three dollars conatitutei ajy htc
fihaft tie abc?'
; and J all of the Last JaIYS-it' Founders and Machinists. Cy Dealers ;S.-My object in advertyo
I ; Crop, and warranted good. V ountry supplied, by order on. a mmborof'thia Association;and entitles him
a1. while. VV .
Lt Tane, Bears from Sound, Points, $20,000 Georgia 'Lands, Beans in variety, Beets do, Cabbage do, Carrot ing accompanied with CaahtV V V to either one of the following Magazines for coo make known to my friends that this}
45d 6rn23sEtruedistant53.oniju- WANTED to buy, Lands In the Counties of do, Cauliflower do, Celery, E. Corn in. variety, j FOUNDRY IRON WOEKS.AV GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS year .?d also'a ticket the distribution of the I future, will give satisfaction as teprese iluf. '*S
4c.
iI ..cal IUntlS. Lat. 25d '07m 22s N. Loo ,War., Clinch, Appluig, Lowndes I, Cucumbers do, Egg Plant Leek, Ttaaole in nrie.t R, W BIGGS & Co., M also always kept on hand. Statuary'and paS&Unj- charge will, bemalle..IIOOOI" .t.'. ::,;; '
ti :17m57.a w. Irwin Coffee Thomas and Early, for which the ,; Lettuce in,variety Mellons do, Onion Seeds JarluaniUlet .Flo, jniy 8-tf T. MCMILLAN.* The Literature issued la subscribers consists. of ]. : \ "
_ __ r highest prices will be given. do, Mustard Seeds, Okra, Pan 1.f1 Parsnips, (Peas. \ jRB naw prepared to execute promptly prd.er| the following MouthlrMarazines; flar '. Put': V gt.AugimU'ae." Deo. l-3m L |
- V .. raENCH REEF BEACOX. Apply at the B &agton hlovas.SAMUEL in variety, Radish do, Pepper, Spinach Squash in Jt\'Cot Steam Cosines, Saw Mills, Sugar Mills GENERAL RP E nam's, Nicierbccker, 'BrackwaflQV.'ura.bam's,
Lttttr G: on rane painted white; hoop BUFFIXGION, variety. Turnips do, Aromentio and. Sweet Herbs and Pans, Grist Mills Horse Powers Iron and Gode '. Lady's'ITook', sail no ehOroM. CENTREL ST
I
- atric.-ork cylinder,'black j shaft and rane r.J23-tf Agent do, Flower Seeds do, V Brass Castings, and every variety Machinery. T Bndersigned is now prepared to'le"e the I Persona taking Go' Ine'bbershipe' ire entitled to
red.' Bears from Lower V M Apothecary. lieU Casting forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill community at largo in his line of business. any fire of Magazines for on. year, ant to liicwYA5511uz1
: ; -* Sound Point S March 22-3t 'JacboQ.\il.. '1&. SteAmooat and other repairing. He will attend to the sale of Negroes, Lands or Iix'tlcle in the distribution. FROM: : ALLIOATOtf v
(1 32d 33m 53s E, (true) ; distant 5 nauticalIniles. 1 C1)WVatI3) ijOtt t J, Thai wjll continue the mann/4 ture.and keep_I any other effects placed in his charge., Letters. "'The net rroceeaa'derife Lf Vil.d
_ ..Beara /rota-Point addressed for information, will be vod.ir.tW; 'etyiiiih)
I WiUie S, lOcI New Stationery Articles. oonstamlfofi Da, their variety of Plows, Timber V promptly'- are Uavot d to the I purchase' work of TALL.\U.ASS
- Itk 000,07* E, Xtrt ) ; distant 6 2-'lO nauticamtks. MKEIT; & C. Carts,-.Chains, Ac., to which they respectfully ipj I and plied to. IJis genet.r acquaintance in this State, Art for the ensuing year. Mail, and Vsoun ng'wita IJQ!

'LIt, 'LaL 2.5d 02.00_ N. Lon,SOd 21m fT\UIS\ favorite rellOr for Invalids is still visited JUST RECEIYEP' additional supply 01 rite oatronage. July 8-1 y others render it unnecessary to' appe'nd re The Advantages Secured and JACKSONVILLE Si'AaJ ALA'lJUS'L\P'13
and r
erences. BENJAMIN TAMPA
TOR and with
I1i; 6 w. I by many especially in the Spring and Win superior quality steel pen Ink) Jacksonville HOPKINS. by becoming a member of this Association, are- ,
.4- Gent's flue Morocco. rock Boots; straw col'd LIVERY Sept 22tb, 1855-tf. 1st All receive the talut at OCALA
tIiI ; The proprietor ho associated with him a < 8TAULE: persons full of their riW *
., riCXLCS KIEF BEACOS. Northern gentleman and having Improved the Envelope Paper and au'"/tt4or Tissue Paper I k mbteriftiont qt ,the start, in the shape of sterling The owners announce that they f ne ?
7'.1.Lttter J'; paInted'on TMC, red hoop Table and the House generally, they trust the Mourning Note and Envelopes; Blank Bills of La.V l Vying QpC1 Renovating Estab-. I Magazine Literature. and will continue to run,comfortablethis Sttp
; 'snqscrib will \ j9flV;; of 'uengdt
'F ? for accominodatioa
2 Portable r eep line the
ding Desks TH
in Iroa latticework cylinder white shaft these inducements together with their united effort ; Writing t Indelible I&k c lishraent. I 24- Each member u contributing towards. purchasing I. O.TUU/
V ; Metallic Memorandum Books Perforated stantly oa hand a supply of good HOUSES : I choice Work of Art which WRIGHT*
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aDd vane, black. Bears from to please their patrons, will induce many to Paper. are to bo distributed I.tlmp.
'l Point Char- visit Aiken this The of Ailcen Nautical Almanacs; 0 mott'. Pens;V fine French and BUGGIES to let. Conveyance furnished to: 73 York street rear of the Court House among-themselves, and are at 'the'ssme A "
V 'tS,16d57m43s; E, (true) ; distant 5 is so well known Spring.for Its pureness atmosphere and that Visiting Cards| Cap Record Paper, blue ruled J any part of.tbe country Horses boarded by the V SAVANNAh GEO. time encouraging the Artists of the country, dis. JLSOA1BO'tOUGH.,

I 4.10 nautical miles. Boars from Lower U would be weJess ta comment on it,dryness, French Note Paper, gilt edge; small size Lette single feed day, week or month. By moderate I [Established.1832.1 i boning thousand, of dollars throuh its agency. Apt atJOUNLL4..

'j i Sound Point, S. 6d 34m 39s W, (true) .' N. B.-BILL!ABD TABLES.&DcI DOWLING; dot yellow tint Note and Envelopes; Blank Man charges and personal attention hp )hopes to gain a V SUBSCRIBER greatful to tj PAtrons Persoua in remiitingfunds for membership,will V.
t 14 ? distant about ifests Blank Shipping Articles Porcelain Slates liberal share of patronages Stable 4dam .it. TUB please give their Mdt .lDRIMARY gII1I'atr
V 7 nautical miles. La 24d SALOONS Dear the notell Buggies, Carnage ; friends for their continued favors, l post-yflltt uJW stating V V
'' 22 & Loa. and"saddle Horses V 'WIthout Sheets Black Lines ; Cloth.Hoed Envelops Cargo la the) wejt part of the town.. He also has lots for V astte, that he is WdM4 the month tLty"w'lMh'th', Magazine to commence : DR-\'VlNGBOOKS.r.
., ?Q. SOJ 21mCOKCU .5a iV. can .be procured an;7 now prepared to Clean, or Dye lI '
Rocket Tin Paper India the accommodation of Wagoner an4 Drovers. Wvo
4 4imc tl' mb 8-3m" Cutters Rubber Bands; colors oil Silk apd Woolen Dresses, '$) aI('Jfco, aqd tie letter registed at the Post& L giners-m Drawing'thOd riIt
Ready Reference Files Box Calenders Notaria I nor 17-Cm MEREDITH PKARSOX. Office (qprevntksson the retitilpi cf which V I. '
&IUJlE..CON., \ which l hi trusts will generally please.aU wli'tf may a Price 12 1-2 een. .
Letter opooits von Tim f IUI. Scales Almanacs. ISopj Pocket Diaries; Damask. favor him with their patronage. Ladies"white certificate inemtiiriliip tit,lher.'ith the Mag Memoirs .or' Sydne Smith-by' hi DUt .
I :' L Iron 'lattice-work painted on Tine black t hoop AGRICULTURE Beattyj.- laid white Envelopes; Elephant Tracing Paper i; GOOD. NEWS] GOOD 'NEWS! Crape Shawls cleaned and bleached inv, the azine desired will" be forwarded'. H' any barf of the Ilellwd-recenUr pub11s1'by rIJP
r cylinder, red; shaft and SOUTHERN the C 1tintiQl\oth.G Mnsio Paper;-Musio Staff Pens i Desk Pads; Cap; to the best manner,, or dyed ,any color that be very'c re. ". VV pen bound i%cloth.V. .' ; -\j
Vt une whit... Bears rape; Stepb.eUl' and Letter li I Very Important People may Those who '
t, ;} from J.\OdriguezDank : Book of the Farm j Botany of'the Southern Paper Clips\ Double Counting quired. LadieV! Bonnets, bleached dyed and purchase Magazines at Bookstores, Nsfoo 1d his MI18hals-b.Ueadtr. ;
I'. 5. 4Josa3Ona E, (by compass.) Bears from Stalest Tonatt on the Hone. For sale at tkeusoal House and Mill Elates;.Bristol Boards] Prawin, of Jacksonville( pressed. in the'most fashionable styles., will observe that hj Joining this Assoolatibn they 8tepf1 o'* Tnveh.4o. Central .&nCOp haQ
I; Key TraTenKrS,43d30m E by 11 retail Paper| Pen Racl; Sand; assorted Rulers 1 Bill[ 'Gentlemen's garments elean'eel.) recetre Me Mag4isI ArJdr.TiUel'i1&. the ZA- Stephen's. Arabia. Pettma.V V
[ prices by dyed or renovated ,
i.. coropasil} and Legal i and a assortment. OF V AT COST, at the of the nual dittributiort, all at the elrrGlJUUOlVa
t : Lat. 24d Ws '. Lon. SOd 27m ,vKEF March 1- C. DREW.Caringc Paper V new t Blao!1t SELLING ip a* may be required, in th.sme superior same price. they now Thatonical and Descriptive aCchu' JIlt
: Books. V C; DREW, Red Cap, Sammia' Building-In order style which has generally inidh pleased his pay for the M a1ine alone. and Vicinity.by William L.rorre '
r 45.:. C.OCO.'. BEACOJT. & Harness : jan 25 Ocean street neat Bay (o. make room for SPRING GOODS, we offer and friends.VV patrons V Beautifully illustrated l Catalogues giving"full. eoplainingsketches ot'-wml&D1bliff. I' "

$ -'t.tn 1) .Depositorys '-' ": V (rom this 47 forth every article in our line for When parcels are sent by Railroad V or Steam description, len ftt,*'QD'l'\Jpplieatiou V Suffolk SmRhSeia'anc|ott ***,

'4 Iron painted on Tan, white; hoop = TIlE WflITE UOtS* V Pental Notice cost. All are Invited' to come and see before.par. boats, word Jaonld be sent bt Im"by letter through Membership;t. .' address. VV LionS ot some of tho pripcipia obloctt If of' tow-. .
lattice-work cylinder, black! ? shaft and South-West Corner of W.S.BOSTWIOK would reipeolfljlT1 ,_I chasing elsewhere. V Come and get your Dry the Post-Office,so that he may ana* where to eaU C.L. DERBY a A.A. Eastern Virginia ;;
mm Snake ly inform the citizens Jacksonville and Tici Qoodf cheapj ,eqine 'also and get Clothing At either( of the principal oflicel.t : Steei5 D'j
TOS T Creek Point MEITU t and vrrsTwoETn BTEETTS I, U jour for them. AU orders'from Jacksonville, Fla, Eoatt So theraofth AgniOU*? i
B, S9d 15m E, [by campus] ; dist&nt be- Cla4rl"/mt, 8. C. ally, that,having opened an office In the Dagnerian cheaper lhaprkness, Millener*, 'KnkkerbackerMagasino, 343 Broadway,NewV .Fann Miner' DomestJo l'MItrr
V .i-teD 4 and 6 miles.; L to 24d CARftJAQFS: of erery description at the lowest Gallery on Forsyth street,will atten4 fa ftU l fitanch.es W vpttldcay ia good faith| to alt that we don't A street third boa S west from Ocean street. Oft Western Q3ice, 16&faler street andnskr. Hoar'.on. the Grsp<|. 1-.zI.
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MOl DENTIStRY '**
21s N I of in the most I vfcllJe f>Qow the beaten tratk of VJ4y '" O. oc28. . Farmer-
#, Lon,: 804 31m 26a:W. prices always caba&d, md.no. article soLJ exeep approved autoaref d puff adventla.ens 2Kiy EXANDEB OALLOWAT.SALE. V V Slates J Fessetdenni I Complete
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V neb u can be warranted b. the fullest I Banner, and teUjjou.of things unheard of, but If you '. V ''LATON eners Moepenain's i BaceitZl 1IrJ.
r 4LLLIi4TO* RIEf BEACOK.. JlIly 8-Cl U.NA'fHAN.term by tir' Jferres of acting to destroyed withou t call and. .see. ns we;I' Till give,you such u we say: l'pn ;'WlIt.'S. &.Co., tiny CtoinatocXVBotfflyrBOOKS Oehr.&t. "d$ ,'
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'.J.e.\tH. ptint.d pa.lDdec22_ hero. .. 4.rID 4; BRO. jA 4:VALUABLE tract of Land on Amelia TIIOL Af.EX4jU, | JV M.::8: LA WTOf,' Chol iatry. Pr.
1 i .1ittle.-WotK Qn.'w,rvJ a toop Iron Bricks for Sale V .&45OqIUp; Feb 23, 1651r'. VV 5ZiJsnd 6 mile. from the contemplated} depot, Formerly. V\ Formerly) of ".'JfE\Y EXPEcTETh
cylinder
; white J dan and SUBSCRIBES las win ZX1xEtWNTEDt ILJackpnyU1e Yellow BlflJT containing 750 acres gOtaid'pIantihj york'Dlstrfcl S
-- ( -'aDe.664 trlatX tby 4 *"from -I V Kcompassj */, a. TUB tll on band, at the now BRICK and ,YARD keep. B1uk4n1th1ng, land. Thero Li on the premises a small dwellinj Sea ::8ctci tfnd-tJpland >Cotton new-book, "MimiLife. ;." 'fls.tv1 V. -""?

's. ] diitanl abOut 6 a large supply of house.and out houses, a cotton'Gin kod Gin house, "t V- I ietionart &rtb'
BRIcKS whlA he $ GaJIIt
1Dil.., ft '24d 49m08s N. Lon SOd S8m at the following rate*j wlllsel It WE wfil pay seventy-fire (75)) cents per 4ay MACHIN SHOP eliot which together with tho 'Tttemses>.v'will be '4 Jlice.a&d : 41 bit: hand' u aottment of 5nelesCbabem051
.! and board or one Collar per day without' ..AI sold T i Eta; le With all Utstatioasqline Jt
VI. J"'L FIRST $f1i.JOrIMr StqtJd o..&dgw4k reasonable V
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-$9 00 per thopsan board,far laborers.:to 'work : To s > 4 c.jUW. ,
on the FLORIDA Also F.4
FIOOJTB- V. 700"M iiTxfIb Ploughs of all kinds. Tisaber two iman tracts on the south end of the ,
4 ErixsjrktcuEl UGT-O s (Buldipg.itrnctar .) ,. t I PQ Hd It payment ATLANTIC to be aqd made GULF at CENTRAL the end of RAILROAD FU1l.'USUES! Chain' for Mills/ Miffwork POT-% of Tsland: ,one of wo hundred, 'al 4 '\h. other fifty .'prwaHthg, Corarnisaion MerpJuata.. Jan.-12 V V (,. '.Dear Bay. r -
r' .7 It .livere4 etra IYery"thtrty all kinds Mills Ac acres containing a luxUrit guyitl of Mve o. k. : 8PUTIATLA1cIC W1WtJ' '' &t:J3ROtHERJi
frbD p11 Is now bejn cWgei, aooording to daysWork! to cQumtgos 09 the first, day oC Sugar Also, a tract eontsJnlng'bne hundred and. : S.:.ARRARSI
dintaaee & .. P
& CjrPartiffalat'aJUnttan paid toSjeamBpatani/ thirty G1hOCV
March ,Charleston,s..C. !
VV tl4atOoOiD'P.tbchea next
the V COFFEE,
near IX
outer DEALERS
f3T Orders poctuolly.attended) to.' : V Saw Mill Wbeelwrighting done ahlwr&lilt aeres, adJoinUg Seaton tract on the.St. Pay Senior has been In the, .
\.dtO..tib'rKt1.Dd. w A.J.MILLER 4 CO. repanng. V' IV fJacluentflle partner Factorage & .
V I'x, oqU from :DlI k V i : ., .*;'. V J03. LACOUB3T.; Office, Jacksonville, East Florida." notice, & All order left at the store of S. rer.PP. 1 to. and'Commission Unsiness ,about twenty ean,and RIES ;

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