The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1856
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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}"clLx Livingston, EIt1 his arty, he had come to stay with stop by the roadside for dinner --___._r- f I ,: rLV "
tlrtt ; Long The commissioner considered. **.Thai's A DaslDrss 1tcid .... i' ,
AT LAW nte. This was bfghly pleasant and satisfactory. caught of teut Lack J1tSCti1ilflhlX !
.A TTONEY tight a standing from awkward, ho observed the doctor. ,.*-A The French have of
1 knew nothing of Mr. Gardner : a strange traasacting .- .
I Jruw4rd', tnlk liuaJw;] the road, on which a dirty 'cotton hand bag of gold antI .n opcjtiuia are way V P
toeke rug timings business
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V was Ly no disposed to lave hissociety kerchief again ,
the yery'gayettes
Jaik on !lc! J; F., TI1C was flyinglu breeze as a sign not easily idcntiffvtL"V. V V. themselves
: WILDCATSK1i'\. thrust upon me in this manner. I of more or less good'cheer to Lc had within. ** : may conceal tnatteraf -
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tIc TroWc office I hare rug a thousand .
retiIvi among deep moment VTitacsa :
w as at a loss,to understand: why he bhonld Oil too fbllewina-
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neater inspection
vf in u lllc place of wtcrposedGardncr.V .
I Ill'e2'ameol lllt r"100 V1 .. anecdote ;
!JliCirtnit, apJ iu the :u]>rcniele Story f the Australian Gold Diggins.Diuing )JInc come td me, fur I had never held entertainment proved to Le n frame of rude "How so ?" V V Boy, when yon court A beautiful V .A
Cisrtiotbe Jaclitoln *U=* ill lLe United Male* much intt-rconso with him. I remembered sticks covered with pieces of tarpaulin and Why it in V Yon should d-'i-ort lady received a"not Iron* 's .
jzsrt Jitit4CoVTt&t, at :;: .Aa:;ut-t Jc. Having during my stay at one of the Australian I him: as a chil-spoLtii man with whom I strip of old blanket, :and' besides it Flood i ia in a place where. 'i made otaums hurry am't bi,"or plenty cUe .. Yvonohca with circumspection, on her matters lawyer,of soliciting the an hour's :
d the lYiibntc oflu-c, acquired cvn- diggings iurchaecd had sometimes exchanged a word but who shed fur utmost importance"An :.
11| a commodious rtcij I j : a lion and cart. Tho proprietor -U they are here. Theme It ia a cux .
was wild-cat
:LIL., l<'ir''y' tiUliall iimttrrs ret tirg to 1 dente iu which I: lived I had never snown a disposition i to"court' lilAC henri" exclaim c.l- Le.- 'Why ;
! 1141 dctfj-ecd and for some time in any I w a* dozing Lctide the fire,w ith a short skin 111 iti' Toscektowht; :
; &b.eWWof lu J.ra: J j-crsotiF, solitary state. ';his society beyond that of the man with whom ofa in Us mail speaks as it onehours *sro*at :V
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tenement stump
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: 1JJICflt t.c IIIJI utits ly Ouanluin awl Adter V arc certain othatV'V. r V And trifi o with ffvction- ** _. own disposaL I
, lbs ni4TtuT1, 1 tea' my wnk llU'lkutarl.1 to a inofet desirable locality iu the uiidbt ofj 1 he was. woiking.However h!!,:waydecliDtd tcl the! offer cotTce.and! "I am, sir," he replied. : "V .A, ,. VV.V .. *s or I :look cannot and give.o, thy. :: .
1L1VM1:ill' ,nicrt in that line. I 'in l41.Kpc.eior. dd'ghtft41roudlaud scenery,and euiroundj j it would not do to turn Ilimlout deMrrd the man Jo bring .out'a' buttle of "Could yon 'wctr to the man that "' t.'f V : -:or,when Sincere > < : neither fkdcd tUk t.
kept ca
t. 7iiutily LewI ituj t, 811 Clther cd.by very extensive park-like ground.. at once; the uiglit.was coming on; and .6tufr. at \t Lkh"\1t thttcwtnryiUj lOCC1IplIMl. 3t C nre-f tuytA; :eaw him 7" V .:0.Tbe_ UOB BJ/jHIiir-" *-*'::; :: noL I have J.it?*o. up .th, 'ba1l, V .' .'orC. .. & t ,
w .pilat: thC FeHeralii -truW4DtrC.I1.ru..t ted 1 ben WaS a right of ( l lie was euileiitly too much fatigued to V In : '. ,
\'-\orrca attached goV : 'I should know him anywhere." gallantry toil' wuoinj: In a short time the J' i
:_:,rtfpij| i at!* uu,11-11. to the property aiid good shooting in the elsewhere fur a'J lodging. lie had sold his The owner of the tent, the only person Very good," said the cuinmiaiiotwr._ T. <,,. ;Cact,woman Jilt -:<' << i invitation to the solicitor'rccfveil : ;
V Countess
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imt1 i lbothood. To dcacend 113ticulars. I everything Lelonging to it, having they saw there thor. u a j "' :
a Doctor
to { f was squat, man, ,'l'1I1e-Ave you to c unincJ'uur ;' .1tholltth.lilt '. V Never having snn, tho t
! {Late TU1Ul'rindm'7 .t 'v.) 1 may cay that the residence in question trusted, as he Informed me entirely to my unusually dirty even for the Diggings, and ativnt.[ Let him have anything he wants ,_.Qf similar miIIVIZmV .j'. V'V was perjJered. But bd.1''tI e { I
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i FAOTOn. consisted of a batk-Lut, which was made hospitality. I gate him 'to understand with a face so coverednUl dark matted Tram the camp You need not be alarmcd -" V client sd aft his
A\D onr to trio Ly lilY friends, tile Colters that he was welcome to the shelter of the hair that the features w ere scarcely diatinguisliable. uiy man arc not Too tna / coat I had by explaining that I
,1 you suspected about eaiftediC to be 0
t COMMISSION MERCHANT, when they set out (or Jlwtiut Korong, and hut for the night, but that I wished to However, hu seemed Ji'a social this? affair. Goo-lli
1'lorlda aud Southeru Georgial'ltOUGCI' which I believe to have: been one of the work alone, anJ di'l not want company temper,and did his best, in a rough way: I followed the commissioner outside, 2Tor think when tbejr have parted The lawyer went antI her '&

i Far :, In.st appointed and most convenient duellings -. lie thanked me so earnestly for this surly to please his vie'tors. Long Neil began to and asked if ho; thought if he could trace, On n th.S ffey't e done- act the business by contrived to I

'5Wi G>merci! JHiaif.; Cliarlefton, S.C.. 1 at that tiiuc on the Digging. oflcr that I became Letter diposed towards brag about the gold he had found ; how he the man: at the grl./ -hnt.ou whota our suspicion The luting one '. .. wattizest and frequently fragmcntsibcjirwn I :
i 1,19)) AIM17 nil: .tnctz.avannzh.h. IGIII. The futures and furniture of the hut at- him, e"lJt.'Cially"hen he insisted uron making had got forty ounces in his "swa;," lDd had fallen. V L.n courted Ltll m -hcutoJ. V tho lady' admirers. Interrupted- i" V.
M cauie into my po scssion. including a himself Useful, and, tired as he was set tickets for above fifty ounces more, which I think I can he saU. "Tim j is While he ;
everything noted legal'fact "
! Smith & Bradford.ATTOHXKY laLle. of which tho legs wire weak and to work to cook our suj |>cr. Theme was, he had sent down to Melbourne. The ; he has three day"star of us butt Taaiyjilt moranda book she dotted ur h'is; 'n> of .
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ATIAWAllifdorci.d iinecitain, and the top blighll/ on an incline howctcr, something strange about his manl l landlord said that it wasn't everybody had i may be done." V With jnal guilt, oilier partners, fur the down the :

AJM.I; i:3 1'i1l7 ; an original gi'id-iron, or Lent hoops n cr. lie.never spoke, unless in answer to as much luck. And the commissioner moualcd his horse Kor thick, while thus they trifle,, thus between business and next dance, V i

ECLII1'f1H fcetcial empty bottles; two benches ; one a question; and then his reply was short There being no room for all three to and galloped an:". That XES have hearts VV passed a delightful pleasuro .
Fta. evening.
Xcirnanntflet ; tlivlf& or sLiyt of Laik nailed to the wall, and uttered in an odd, incoherent sort of sUep in the tint, Gardner, with a good deal The doctor'runouruc:1 it necessary to To feel Love, dart, V "But I ?;-V : w.t )r' ,
WILL alien J JTV inptlj to all fcuilueu entrusted containing canJlo salt way for which I could not account. As of trouble persuaded hiS hate Gardner, their jseeyoa again"aaij he
pipes, and taLacco, companion to resume removed to an hospital tent Though thcj feelings stifle.V cludlD r
.tbeit.I. and u hich was ueually tilled with soon as the euppcr was orcr be seated himself journey. The landlord offered which had been fit.tcd V V V
no just "How
water at the I J
fllTR, I 8. "A ron up camp. In V soon asked the V
all wcdoWeshonldbo
rItT. lady. :
I when it rained the roof in corner of the fireplace his face opposition to their departure but the Next be f
I at Alliplur, I omCI .t c\\'IllIJjj.lt being rather leaky. on morning sent; down some assistance V uSay next Thursday V : If.
I In addition to these valuables there Luricd in his hands, After a while, w hen contrary directed them to a lodintent.which for that and true, .l1)Iad :: :
took 'VV '
)uly 7-ly _ _ was a purpose ; we down V V de's lIOiree. Very weIr '. :
bedstead or frame of logs covered witli I supposed he was felling asleep, a sudden lie said stood about three milts fur the door of the hut which was formed of a Nor raise an exp tztVio. shall have a card, J

JACOB COHEN ; boughs an article who ,c luxurious character shitcr passed over him. and he moved his ther on, and which they! might reich before sheet of bark, and with its L3isunce"c -*V Vneii'tis meant V ".1 1otber baIl!" exclaimed' 1'k j ,

28 IUIII.\U! STREET, i it' is unnecessary for me to point out. position without looking up, and doubled dark Ly a short cut over a neighboring constructed a rude little,on which the sick To fun extent, ."WhaU! murmuring .iq '. ..
1 himself up still more. I asked if he was l ilt!. lie brought out another bottle : To meet the obli tioD. V additJori .
(1unAl 1 Ox. b. CAKUMXA, considered myself one of tile most fortunate of mm"a3 carried without much difficult) giT D; yoo In mtemew I giTe ,
1 the
fellows in the country. till I discovered cold, and he stared at me as though surprised artirit!, :and offered them a i-arting-glasa at On the evening of the following day; a portunit.r or enjoin :
rohrr 6\ndionrrr( ( that the Cullen had left behind them at the question. lIe was not cold, his own expense, a civility which neither man with a horse and cart was pursuing A Tale Without a bead an excellent sapped Oh musk i :

other things cf a lets desirable nature- he said. I advised him to turn in; and he refused. l leisurely the high road from the Ovens to Jake was a little.negrorho belongs to ble man!" laughed the you I j. \
AJlDtDHISSIO After hating bought my fir t Lag of flour then got up and proceeded to heap some They took their way in the dust over Melbourne. He had just emerged from along Dr. TaUafcm l and was said to hare in his "If yon have btl.5iness'with merpy m-., h", i
l logs on the fire, after which Lo rolled the hill he had pointed out! but before line cl forests littlo frame neart Gen. you 4 t,
I[ became aware that I had come iuto and had reached the a as big as Jack have to submit, and never iear
:: ] .:cEffL the rctcreion of a populous colony ot' mice, h himself his Llankets. did the same; they had walked a mile, Gardner Logan to raising ground, from which a'i lc.view son's to say nothing Napoleon Bonaparte ball to last till the middle ef April, I f' V
and having determined to turn my sulky feel a stupefaction of brain stretches and The and Zack Taylor. lIe did not fear she : V '
.Cl* AM' 1.Si-LL Ot C)1IZJO which consumed among tlicui alniuat as accompaniedwith overplain sea. city lay even glided ofE but kept her word and .
Stocks Bonds much flour as I did They rattled over companion out cf doors on the xuoirow, I giddiness. His companion soon Le- within a few miles ; and, as the sun was old 'Kick. and as for coolness, he was as grave affairs were settled in midst, ;

Land, Xc.rocs, uiy furniture ui:ht, indo serenaded me fell asleep..Xc sail to suffer from the tame: symptoms ina not yet down, the traveler would have light cool as the tip top of lie North pole. merry whirl of Parisian society.' of-t t V ,

&<., &c.: &c. with faint Kjueaks pleasure as they pitch! : t morning,as soon as I awoke, Gar greater degree, although they vere Loth enough to get there easily before dark. So One day Dr.> Talliaferro, upon the occasion i ., ,;

IT UIM-ra1luh:IBLCI luudc n Property. ed into my provisions. There was no keep: ncr called to me in a faint voice, Iud asked tolerably solxr:1 fcvr minutes Ltfore.Staggering .- he thought to himself a$ he slopped near of the commencement of a Medical The First LocomoUvc-

TL.:t.lf>*/*-I, ill i ; them out. 1 put my damper into me to brig him a drink of water. Ongoing along, scarcely conscious of to a pohce station to light his pipe, and. College which he held the chair of Anatomy In 1784; in Eedruth in ; i

double! Lags, and hung it horn the ceiling to him, I fuund that ho was in fact where they were going, they carae tu an then resumed hia journey at the same place gate a dinner. Among his guests worthy pastor, late ra the England, as V l !

R. Q. PINCKNEY In., -that is to fay, from the C.llOlc-Lut too ill lo move, During the day his illness old traveller's camp, with two ""iniarois, as before. was a well known ventriloquist. Late in turning from visits to his flock twilight.wa he of't [ l'

I L1TCTL. rivrK.Nr.v t ro.,] they JiuiU'd "1I\\'II1.ho rope and gnawed a increased, and I proposed to go to the or Lush tents, stilt standing. Gardner The troopcrsonc of whom appeared to the evening; after the bottle had done its fore him a strange nondescript. saw ,V
government fur a doctor; Lut he Legged managed to under tne of the iniamis be officer work the conversation n turned as large
FACTOR Lole j in the Lags. After many fruitless camp get an were lounging before the dooras upon courage a black ram with eyes flashing fire
AtI'COUIISSIOX t tfiorts I caught one and made an example -. me sot to leave him, and insisted that and immediately fell into a deep sleep. he passed and bade him Good-even aud the doctor boasted .considerablyupon breathing very hard running J. .

MERCHANT j of him; but 1 found that example was he thould soon be Letter. It teemed tome lIe said be never had such a sleep as ing." the lion heart of ,his favorite man wards his shins. Providentially furiously he ,'" I '

entiixly lott upon the r*ot. They were in- that he suffered more pain of Ulind than that. All sorts bf.shapes teemed dancing *. Evening replied the man. Jake. lie offered to- bet that nothing aside, and before the assailant could I ,V I

: AbrtA CiHtmerciti! Wharfa corrighibly hungry,and WOCI.D cat. They of body, and the convulsive twitching before his eyes, and there was a cold K Let us look what you have got in your could scare him, and tLi*bet the ventriloquist and turn upon him he had ran such t t I

i jne:3 l'lurle>1ul1..s. C. I" i incieased and uiuttii,licd to fuch an extent his face as he lay with closed eyes in Led weight, as it were, upon his heart, such as cart,my man," said the officer. took np,naming at the same time the tanco as gave hope of deliverance 1fh t V''. V

Joseph Whildcn that at length matters Lecamc serious. was nut a pleasant sight to see. He expressed he had never felt before. Then he thoughthe u What's your gurie'l" was the reply test he wanted imposed. Jato was sent he came full butt against a man

4VCbbVIUIO 1 hope I aui not Ly nature cruel nor his gratitude for such services as I was htarJ LU name called loudly, louder There's nothing in the cart but my traps. for and came, the opposite direction. "Kim for runnirr-! f V
i able to render him and was evidently Etill. and then lie made Look if liI.cnJ "Jake." said the Doctor "I hare bet roar t
Oil nuJ Glass much given to nhat are called antipathies. anxious faintly. a great you he seated himselfon a Lack back P! cries the parson "Have '
1 like all living crcataics in their : to give me as little trouble as possible effort to awake, and at lust succeeded 't a log, and emoked his pipe, while the large sum of money on your head,and you you seen my steamer 1" cries"the

2o.U ILUXE- TnJET. I acc. There was an old! frog-headed proper liz11 ; Lut when I asked him to explain what though lie was still! ia ahalf-atupefied I policemen turned over the contents of the must win it. Do you think you can?" I've seen the eril spirit himself J V
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'trm rOTbtflflth" ffor" ,I:: l'fth.. ,.h..t. iJ-'LkJ.... .iiltiil .. toy. oLoI.u.J.which ailed him, and to avail himself of any There was a noise of eouiej>ersoa* stale'j I cart. V Berry wall,Jassa. replied Jake; "jes "D, Jon t" Ccta net1'LU P
kno'wcagc'tYr1i1eumC1zm tmgtwTpubv ;L 'Aeo Ho g It contained articles tcnt1i&. w t b.'. ;
I A PAINTS will WlljiuJ'ail kii/J, \AKXbflE5VTIXliOV was of a social disposition, and 3. lflin7anl"iriCITTioajiins.; of buh-ftzrnIture.; !. ttt.tn.'aq'-'U do V b-'hc1'A
would make no answer, or only fay as before his knees to out of the miami and Ly cooking utensils two three casks and it shore.1u The
, til.\; .' and ,iIIt.1'TS. would come out sometime and thetvcrnng creep or tone of this question, and the' o )
TTWEXT1XE I'miT GA. COTTON WOTVIS with me. lie would sit pass the that he should soon be better. the light of the moon he saw his mate lying other articles of a similar kind. In one I want'yon to go to the dissecting pany of a human creature, in some". n :I V

I' ITiTllll i oLCE aiid JlltSmf va- hearth and sure fixedly at me with ou hicuutewll4iTe During the night which followed. I was on the ground with blood i issuing from corner, tied up \vitha rope, was an apes room You will find two dead bodies urn dispelled the fright of the faithful !\. I ': V

.. IlItIV1.1 e for au hour I 1 awakened by a loud groaning. The Led a cut on the head, aud & man kneeling beside sam-rug, which the officer unrolled and there. Cut off the bead of one with a huge and admonished him that he. if an

| ul 03 doing together.harm but L which Gardner occupied was at right angles him and searching his pockets. Hor spread out on the ground. The man on knife which you will find there,and bring should have courage to face tfioVpowera .'

pjcI'T.IptnrnV i _LJOnr] G. iR-ver then he thought was not obtrusive HIM any in his ; with mine, and as the fire was still ror-struck at the bight Gardner was at the log then took the pipe out of his mouth. it to us.. Yon must not take a light how darkness ;so he turned and after the V
J1l1tt'UL'1'T do mannersaboc burning; I could see his face from where I first unable to move but at length with The with ever, and do not get frightened. who '
DOWN\G. all he did not cat Hour at Is. Cd. a rug was a large one, a defect in gee, as be thought, by mistake. t
ATTORNEYS AT LAW lay. He was evidently struggling with sudden impulse, threw himself upon the tho make, which was very unusual;it contained h Pat's all, is H 1" enquired Jake. Oh, taken the wrong direction. They :

a pound. tome fearful dream. His breast heaved assassin, and tried to bring him to the one wild-cat skin. berry wet!. I'll do dat>shore. sertin; and came np to .thlr object of their I : .
l'uwdcr and hot '
AID their effects ( l were expensive I tr convulsively! ; a gurgling noise issued from ground. The latter though surprised Ly u What do yuu want with that?" said as for bcin frighten, old Satin Idmaelf ain't which had got into a ditch and was' V I'"

Agents for Claims loaded were it lasting. gut and out u.yrc"oh'cr. his throat. and presently he broke out with the attack, soon fixed hiuisjy,and snappedtwo the owner of the cart gruffly. gwine to frighten me." ins terrifically. The stranger; to/ the .

; 400. 81 KNTIl t-THEET, last tUrn carefully, having; a cry of ".Xcd"Xcd!!' several time repealed. caps ofa revolver at hu assailant ; but u Is this your rug 1" Jake accordingly set oft and reaching tonishment of the parson seised and dnged },:

WJISHINGTUN CITY. placed my new I ICr, uncovered, in I rcmeuiLered that Gardner the pistol missing fire he caught up tho Why of course it is. Whose else ?" the dissecting room, groped about until he the fiery monster to the road. .. .1\.
the middle of the floor. 1 turned into
Led, mate, with whom he had been wurkng: be- bandies of Long Ned and made olf iatu the B How came you by it ?:> found the knife ano bodies. Ua bad just "She got from sir I
away me
Cia iw. and
WILL i Claims U4'uie Cuj aad, Uics I keeping my the eye on Hut damper of uiy fore he left the gully, was a man v-ommon- bu h. How did I come by it?", he repeatedwith applied the former to the neck of one of giving her a try; ,the bit of road (

'ftti t-JIU"ueJili. Ztcia linger un little trigger. not one the J ly known 'Long .Ned," vho was Ltlieved Gardner had no strength to follow him, a laugh.Why I bought it.. They're the latter when from the body ho was good for a 'run." *

cunning rascals would coaio out. Se-: to have Lcen very succvssfuly as a dig- but sunk downby the body of his mate, cheap enough, ain't they?" about to decapitate, a hollow and.sepulchral **0h!goodness J welL she is TOOTS I, .
'end times one Hit old fellow popped hisheadoyt lId I.1Lur- and there he could tell how ,* voice exclaimed: .' V (
This had tic not :
I It"1:1:1:)C JS ger. man quitted lay long. Very true, replied the ofllcer, and he Pray,what is she P .. ,
of his !
JJ-.1,1IoUOlf. r. s. hole as though on tile watch hued at tho same time as Goidciir. and When he again came to h'mself it was rolled up the rug again and replaced it in fc Let my head alone I" "A steamer, sir, I call her. She fa ,

iion A 1 IAWrLL, n. u. -my residence was entirely undermined probably in his company. broad ,light. Having batUiied himself V the cart. Then gong up to the man he Yes,sab,"replied Jake "I ain't 'tick- little experiment of xaine; get to ,J t
H III S.R.SLuumir,fi, S. Ly these uniiualo looked at me, then pop- I got out of Led for the purpose of waking that Ned has ceased .to breathe, be ran. said: 'you killed a tuna on Friday night ular; tudJcr head '11 do jes as well," whether Mr. Watts'sideaofronmzingcoaci up _, .

XUELD&oITa I' Hun JL C.CABELL, riuriJiJW !>ed Lack again I thiuk he winked at ue.Theotberinhabitaut my companion] and, having lit a candle away from the spot, and walked for two near Goulburn. You cut him in the head lie accordingly but the knife to. the es by steam can be carried cut, _I think i it': .,'
: l'urk. .
*..JJOHN nn Q.L:.J..ow,Cr,Safldi7,0 of the hut were I what the convulsions were renewed, d:1 'without sleeping, till Lu found his with a tomahawk when he was asleep. neck of the next corpse when another can, sir, ,if capital can be got for it,". 1 t'
less leborne. There
-II 7.1, t.lou were some tarantulas and that he presented all the appearance way.. Lack tu my hut You took that. rug from him and forty voice equally unearthly in its tone,shriek, "Indeed I indeed! Pray, dear' IK"
tri-antflopee, as Cutter. called them I, of a man in a fit. I took hold of LIs ann It's all true, ," Gardner said when he I ounces of gold which you have got now in ed out: mayyonbeT'V I
W. which lived in the Lark and were iu the and awoke him. lIe stared 'wildly about had ended his story. your pocket." "' my head alone I" "1 am William Murdoch sir at '
habit of Liting people Lul I was told they him at I did so, and then recognizing me, "What made you .keep it secret?" ,I At this speech the man dropped his pipe, Jake was puzzled at first bat answeredpresently service-a mechanical engineer, '
Attorney & Counccllor at Law alw ay.respected the itoreon of the proprie ho sunk back with a deep sigh of relief.: asked.. **Did you give no information lo and sat for a moment stupefied; the suddenly : "Looker yah !,Massa Tellifer- tending the erection of pumping : t

tor. Then there was a number of insects Gardner," I said "where's Long Ned?" tho public ?" started np and put his hand to his ned I must bring one ob de heads and you for.Boulton& Wat, in the mutes, h
JACO1LLE) FLORID, of such curious forms and brilliant colorsas He.raised his head with a scared look, 1 dared not. They have Eaid it wasme. belt, in which ho carried a revolver. The isn't gwine to feel me no how 1"'and jake abouts. V

:1.Jlflctica IB the Eactera Circuit fir Tier would! have delighted an entomologist _inrl. .nut liia tifind tntits. .fMP._. VMViydo&Lyouanswcr ." officer who saw tho motion, was beforehand hacked away until separated the head Great was the relief and satisfaction 1 t' V
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'I,.J-Geor'L. Urfuuki of Ow Dcc.rlton and Cairn Any one with a projier regard for the in- me?" -l could normy restrain my inaignaiion i at with him and catching him by the from the L d.1". Thereupon half dozen the worthy parson on discovering that what- .
23-Jy lervbts of acieiicc would certainly have collected What make ask that?" he groaned this reply. throat, threw him'down. voices all screamed out- be had imagined be something broke i :.1 i j .

McQueen Mclntosh.ATTnnw come of them in a LoWe aud burned out. .**I know what the bulice are," he repeated .:Joe, tie his hands," tho officer said to "Bring it back I Bring it back!"V loose from an unsafe place was but a bit 1 !l

V : .47' lucifer matches in it; I, however, contented Xu matlcrj I do ask It. Where, is ; fcand if you was like IDe,you wouldn't his man. V Jako had reached the door,but on bearing of honest man craft; 'a lunatic conceit .
myself with watching them as they V have told them cither. this turned round and said: Le but
he? might
: \ -, E. F. The prisoner, having been secured, was harmless except when it ran) -4
.- .. crowded on my table at night. When by '1-1 don't know," he gasped. lIe would not explain what ho meant; searched, and a quantity of gold was found **Now, now,seeyah! Jest yon. keep quiet away, and might frighten children, perhaps ; .
EDWARD chance had got a neMfcpaper, and was I felt certain he was not tilling the Lut I afterwards found out the reason of upon him, amongst which was a bag containing you dace ob .a fool an' don't wake up de hurt them. V 1

: Jr, busy reading, they would delight to walk truth;and suspicion had occrrcd tu me his fears; which were notaltogether ground- exactly forty ounces. lie was then women folk. Mossa only gwina to Iookat This miniature engine wa*the first 'embodnnentoftheideaof1ocomotionon4 }V :

Atioruej' at Law o er the white paper and flutter their goigcou&ly wbictj I determined to set at rest at once. less. Gardner was in the language of the placed in confinement, and subsequently bumps." V V' I ,

&OTAUV I'UIIMC. painted wings. There was a kind Look you. Gardner, I must know:what's colonies, an old lag"-that is to say, a sent back to the Diggings. Bring back my head at onco T' cried by .Railroad.Adcocate.Patrrr .. V: .

of moth, with four w'mgs, a little greycoated the reason lit your groaning and crying out discharged 'convict-and he knew that if As soon as Gardner's state of health" the voice. .

c.lU"mv.r' ; fur Coort of Clfilmt. fellow, which.1 used tu obEcne with a in your sleep. Such dreams &3 thC don't the murder became known he would Le would permit, he was confronted with the Tend to jou, right away, cab replied GOOD svr w* DosY Dnm. I 1

0Iq Ia ltccd New Jlrfck Bulldlns" melancholy curiosity. lie would come come to honest men." V suspected of having killed his mate for the prisoner, and immediately recognizing himas Jake, as he marched off with the head, and JT.u,affected lady about to be married r

..*..jLJnrllc,2.J7c. [I ly flying' down upon the paper where he 'What do takes me for?" sake of the gold ha had about him.: the keeper of the tent where Long Ned the next minute he deposited it before" the in a place not over four buud4mUeaVVo. j.

would walk for a while,and then, as' if he "I believe you lure got something on, I: told Gardner that I should give inform- and himself stopped on the. afternoon of Doctor. went to look at some furniture, 'She wb. .

J. Roekcnbangh preferred that mode of traveling would your mind. If it is anything you dare tdl ation tu the public at once. Seeing that I the murder and nherehehad no doubt "So you've got It, I 'ice," said Jake's tu have a piece of furniture to. set in'. f.ed f. V

". cast otTL'u; wings, one' after.the other, and it, or I shall think the ffor t." was resolved, bo length gave his consent they had both been bocussed." master. V corner of the parlor upon which to place '

COlnnsslO \-; en ANT become a mere grub. ,Here was a themeon ,He made no reply and I continued"Did V and 1 set oft t' the government camp and When the prisoner was brought to trial ."Yes, sib." replied the unmoved Jake, books aid curiosities. She"a.' several ,. ;V, :

ittrrtt2 l'c"nl Slrrd N.; Y. which, perhaps a gold-digger might Long Ned goto tho Ovens along inquired of the,guard ,for,one of the cOmmissioners in i Melbourne it was proved that he was a 'bat please be done lookln at him soon but they did not suit. It seems she could V. t ).

.C ttOTitI ri 1* given: to mesot, moralize. V .' 'wIth yon?" who tore a good name on the man of notoriously bad character. and kcue the gemJntn- tole me gofocA him back not explain what she wanted. Finally she t.'

:;nr. Fir, Lomir, aiwbcr, aDd' The diggers in the neighborhood went fVon.'t'ask I .n'T'lcU you." Diggings.i Fortunately that, gentleman there was great reason to fear that poOl right aicar." said V t .

.0&mo ad"'ILa. 4. )1trcbaDdite put away, one after the other,, till I became ."1 ask you ain, wbat.'.' Lecome of .was engaged in a rubocr of whist, therefore Ned bad not been his only victim. With ..have yoa got any with under ; li t't'"M ;

UlIenna. JuI/W i contined almost exclusively. to the society him?" lIe made no n ply for some minutes although it was near midnight, I had j respect to the crime for which be was arraigned ZAfcw years ago,when the famous trowaers m them?"- V_ V '

CUAIUJ.XLC. I have d icrWed.-lIu"'e\'e there was a and thon suddenly raising himself up, he no difficulty getting to see him. ,He ,other facts came out which removed reform measure the "County Court1 system "With what in?"ejaculated the surprised .

store still standing about half a mile off said "1 will tell you. You won' twrong mo., listened. me politely, and showed a degree all doubt of his guilt, and be was con was m vogue; there was a trial called dealer veneered cherry.. Jfco,, ; .
.N CE 4&te it bercky ghii that thirty days from and as long a* that remained there was no will )'ou1"' V of energy not at all common among demned and executed. on in one of the interior counties of Michigan. what in?" > ., V} .?
Lere'.r lalu.U apply to thl DUD- of complaint. A butcher those officials.faThis VV V A jury was called 'the case was 1\ th under trow-lrow-trowsera 1h '
.1IIII.It.J t i1tijLt. great cause rroflg you!-why should I? What do As to Gardner.I never saw him after he > ;! V
.It a ell Dual CcUftt1, TWncrrnronAsi bad no need of while the powder and shot meanT'V is a strange story,"he s d.- heard, and the twelve wise men withdrewto them : -.3* -
.. his but before he
*.r 4e yon recovered from illness V
i-"u-.a a IWDor neal r..t&te I&naeiIbaJamTm a lasted for the ood*yielded plenty of game 1'\'e got a bad story to tell you and The .fact of the murder Is true enough, left the diggings ho informed;, me that he deliberate. After a short absence they "And what the deuce madam, f'wooldl. I '' V

GEnt and iii abundant ,uiet). There ,were perhaps you won't believe, ; but its' all for the body has been found under the circumstances should to Tasmania to a little farm he returned into court and took their f eata- you do with :under trqwsers-hi'& pieea. of It

; A prflb,1S36, tf ia4- quail pigeon, (these.are fine birds with true Iou'Asked me where Ned was?" you describe,J.ut why should possessed go there I wished, him good-luck The roll being called the Judge asked them furniture like thalf V V '.* -

Fraer & golden wuiga. larger than the English MVell said I, impatiently, this man want,to. 'conceal it? I must see and returned with considerable satisfaction -, if they had agreed upon a verdict 1Foreman. -V Why" to put. shells and other cqrieartie* : .

Thompson..., "'ood1;; ") paroquets-.capital in a pie; "Well, poor\'ed's gonej'he; was. murdered him?" V to tho of the mice. .-Young man, we have. m. V :!* ,.- .

,CO MMISSION AXD not lo epcak of many smaller birds, which in the Lush-not Lme- 'look like I told him Gardner's condition and, ho society, .Judges-Well I, fur. whom do you gAhioh! hem! .Ton mean droipr,, ohj. .t V..> ,

IEUOIIANTS 3 were' not tub 4sp&4wbn.l the big,ones thafjld'idn'tdolt.; V sent: for the doctor from the whut-table. find? WhlcJidu't you say. so? 'fait.lIp ,stain. *. ..oj V V

&Iter. korf1' R7at/ f wcrparcC.V Then sometime? a ahot Jly companion: seemed so'much agitated ordered three horses to be saddled, and BESTOX ASP FatMonr. -The following Foreman.-For ourselves. ma'am.1 j" '

..11. :* ; C ,might be bad at an opossum or a- bandy that got him a drink of tea, after which desired'me.to lead the way to the hut. .In story is good enough'to be true it is as Judge. -What do you mean, sir 7Foreman. 1 The lady coIUpsed, and a fbotman placQ- V
four-footed of half hour had heard tho Bcnton.ish as anything could be we don't .-We mean that we hare found. hornopencnoLquln- *
J '4"1..q PIO. I coot,or oiu. otlw>r tenant be grew calmer. an more he. story ; : V
the woods, which; like tho birds, vpt4' info "Tell me all 'about this. ."How did from Gardner's. \\"ltlipsnnd 'ascertained know where it originated but it is writtenby a verdict for'one of the parties", which .you : V "

BLYLER! & I thc frj'ing pan, and was cowtuned without it happen n.1" .. that the murder had taken. ,place on the somebody who knows 'Old. Bullion" can have,1>y paying our fees. leans tIn'Creole"a late number of the'Niw Or- :q
< : find '
we the
I sauce or ceremony.Ou J will Dot trouble the'reader with the third night before. ,, like ; boo1"V Judge.-But, sir,you have been regular "Fun following: V V

4p MALEU IVixp the whole I was pot dissatisfied.with questions by which I obtained the narrative V Could you swear to the murderer if On Fremont' recent arrival at Washinton empanelled, .and are bound to deliver crack race enough off to-day, (Sunday.). JL V fl V
tontIc in substance saw him ?" tho commissioner a.kcd. he waited his father-in-law Mr. Tirdict now and ,look to the county comes at' MeUrie Coursebettin .
: PPUESTIC' my company. ,nor particularly pleased when oftheuuirdcr.. It was as .you upon jour : will be high. All man, must'bo- V
Gardner said he could not lie was so and seated when ( '
; Benton was ccaraccly
I found privacy intruded by a follows ; oryourpay.
flNES BRANDIES stranger.' Ono night t on returning home Gardner and Long'Ned had'set V out together stupefied that he rcrncmbcied nothing 'the following dialogue ensued Ii oreDWI.-X,Judge f don't talk so. to ptease,indeed if,with ear chnrcne j '

GINS from work, I found a man lying &$T
& SEGARS, V my led. with his hat on An4 his face them except' their blankets The latter man. been used in connection with the Presidency the verdict,until you pay us our fees.- And this is 1ie'in'New'Orleans

'".1.hteei JZLUa boned m his arms.. stood: far a momentin bad wrapped up in his bundle forty ounces **You; say there wugrogtcn where of the United States. We understand how to get our pay in the Hi' on Sim-

eat fl Xarb:;a.nillJap -
"1Iart, him up with a pick until he awoke bourn by the cscqrt,'as he.said ho did not ,Gardner.assented. I' my claims. for that ClSl.ice.17Dcnton.Aro ; understand. CAST AJTOBD rr, .C0ome,,j Joejt dl.
UVL"rJrAIl., QJOllQ1A. Who am jrpa, pray?' asked. want to be short of money at the new:di:- That tent Is not there hOW. I was all let's take a drink. ';4%+:-., I
of the V: '
lie turned toward me, and aid 'LIi'a gin-s. Long Ned was a very good sort'ofa around the place last! night.11 V. you iamned aware?", reason. THE WHKAT: Co Is TUB WEST,-A Thank ye Thomas can't afford iL"t. VK V

1\EW .., me.Hr. Smith; don't you know Gardner : jellowlljut unfortunately he could not 1 kne'w you'roa1cLo., believe me,". why you have been gentleman who has recently travelled I &I Well, but III for it.litJ" 'f -

1LillSH.UJ JJil cothes} 'ere fa disorder, and his pass a grog llOp drinking tent without Gardner. said. -"fh.no thoght that the V fact through portion of the Wett, stater that :**O,Pm not speaking pay of the moaeyJLosa V 4 :
HOUSE face haggard A&4 dirty; hut I recognised ruing in? and ho invariably stayed by his ** You are,mistalentdubcIieTc3pu.--- of my being 10Ut son-in-Uw had something the wheat crop looks well everywhere on .Wha\thenI'r V .

him length 1I fa man who, a.( weeks Lottfe; untO be had finished it. Gardner I know 'there was such' a tent Jtbere. You tO11OVthVLL" VV VV tho route. Another, who. arrived at Rochester of health and energy_ moralpra" : .f'' V

I .ai"NAI1"wL o. : / before, had Uwn: working in'tho:gully, Lot said that bis companion would often get BO say the man took your maU's. swaj,with. Benton ( )- u ; freaweatemiripst&lestij1: 1 character. of miod self-res ject '
clple _
vA.DoCSE \ben etdag.4 s4 ImtDY,4lIrb vh9 had Jbfew absent since' that..time.':,lie drunk' 'in'the middle ofthe.day tbatjt hm. .'what 'aI in 1&1"... ...,"..rtJ.. lit; hvtit .,Pt .bccnvfur:'me ;you nver V Ohio.tber crop Is'txceedly: prop.* 4 ,. 'and I and a, weet'breath.Potatoes peace. _4 .- <: ; \ P

ku._ sadat7.iolt.jIbt.uh.o. : ( I, Jgant0teU Iwrr or how lad had gone would Le Impossible to get hinvaway from ,e.l\otbwg u,_poi um t ;ot4 woulj have bv=n thungbtoi. ; '. r-and",_ if I unless some disasteroccurs V* ye : V V V ; L'

Jcta4 "II _.a &Vteikt$1Ia1tICl, I, H tin'a party}o ,ilie Ovens Diggius then the I'Lice'tratil the ncxHBOiniog ; and onthl .tiednp1n' ,.-r..: :,'. ".1. '- p', oppose you Ilfi they_ will drop vca like a crop is expected% an/ prices. must ZU.V. It V V ; which sold ra. ThUdey $* V V
.A'' f'r VI just duicovtrcd,,, He had jmct wiLls uo lock *account they travelled Tery '6Jfb1 -' 4'Notbiug else r I 1i ;BLr.:Yci Uk Ta Eot 1 h I tl.0-.. .1. .., '. '11a V V
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;: M "4 -f'E : -- c10 IIswkIns Accepts the-'omInat1on. LATE r Dr.\s E YSrt ThIRTY- FOUIrru. C .CR !
bill S' '. t'C i I. ;.lraI17 IS5G. t"lnt'$ rcur _
'Kanll1s-\ bruka Sir, I by.tbe-rt"tterbdo\\ t 1."-' ,
the will .
lJIN.i inn' nouncinz further To th'e Editor Florida lw; It heu Messrt rlt' Persons lill -(,.an.tmJrancingr. 3focrat-3fay 1 lkSiUTZ.ThleChtiir ,'.J' ,
has coworpmiscs
; clus. think the South no Hawkins, addressed to "
"tithe J10rikJACKSONVILLE[ Fndgc !
| ; to make frith tho North on the slavery DEAR SIR f .You" will'sec, by the VardinwPope and Smith that he acccpltB on Settlementi ( kid U.wlls ?;

I \ alter question. It xlocs seem to ino' thai tone ofthe cdiloriat which appear in.'toi i Handsome and appropriate( terms timimination We learn frotnBrigT Gen. Church'Jl, or| .tcs a report ryot tho,&-vrtj riving <
lands in ,
iL : G'ranUhg: ; public- southern heart should boas a'unit the- fur Congress, andconjunctivey : (ho U.'S. Army, that whit "on Jmi& way information
every that ;; hrnigardtotlwoklot
of tile Ancient City [i
I nate-sections; to the States olFlorida : that'subject at a time like the present days issue whhtJuothcr nominees will give ,th< from :Tampa, here, to took' lodgingsfor i .
: : upon foo vf this" has to use 1 1a 14th fast,at t; placed by (\n. Andrew JacU?
U j Ii to aid for I think we have a more formidable present conductor paper tate wthowosh cnavassii) f
i1 : mid AlnO1 SATURDAY MAX 24, 1850. to fight than the foreigners ahd.Catholics.. phrase ofhfiown' "sho\fn his ha1d,"and nd, OctoBcrncxt. { _, Lho house of, Witficld, thirty-six mile? I he mou\h of Rryott La'FuureSJC:(TtL* .
tl'I .'., l certain ; I toa- From Tampa.Before ho left WfiilfivM'a.he rent the entranced. ? "
j lift Cc 'it3 felt bore, noi.vilh the Dcm.eracy, Col Perry' tteyof accop tanco Dot British ves Ufo
r os ,
: Gun from Delaware. that Indians #
; The First, learned tho approached
'&HroaiDj iiriaI States, '. "Wilmington all his palaver about Simon teen ruceivcXMADISOS i cIit3nt.t nd ISIS; also, another report t_
in' few
; A Jit the municipal election held maugrc Dapt. llradl", honso miles '

''I < 1"'w Reft cnarftd by the Senate antI JorUt Delaware,'on Tuesday last, the Pure"-i/n, and, therefore, according to a C.-II. April 1% 1556. Bradley'* family had returned'from supper :Secret-try of War, transmitting i

f Jtgpretcntalhct'of the United nj witii oar foes for anti thc children-were in an espondence m relation to the ladia*"
i- well establishcdlmaxim, open passage
ticket HAWKINS
f ILvJ assnmbl&l. Thai elected their: entire by [Ion. GCOSGR **
democrats ,
t If fi& .lifs'in' Congress the "he that maxim, "who is not withor -Jilarianna, Horida rDein of the house when-Indians fired:a 'volley umlties: h. tIle Territories cf VTash
: h granted to ; Last the know- says "
hereby, eighty majority. year which killed little and niorraUy %
II. jA This is SIR We have been appointed J A a girl' ind'Ort-gon ThebUl to
of aldinjIn us. course : amtnl.
forthe S three for us is against the
purpose about ,
Statpflorda, : nothings carried Wilmington by of annul: wounded a toy fifteen yean old; ha mn'ItO
of railroads from Stt been adopted, under tbo 'lonimittcc to inform you your i uralizs4ion Taw*was made the
conelruction to have
!! tho hundred majority. known nomination by the BemserMic State the house.:Jot *gun and'returned to special c.
.obn', rrvcr, at Jacksonville, to the waters dictation of one who; with strange incon Convention ions its chosen candidate for i the passage U> lire when ho fell dead. The I Icr fir Monday n xt. Mr. Crlttn& .

*u'bia bay. at or near Pcusacolaj; 4iuotheiVictory.. sistency 16 l9udly'denouncing' Convention in the lower House of Congress. Feel mother. 5Irs. Bradley: ; ran enfant carried moved,to reconsider tin-vote by wbi
p t and frunt Amelia"! lbnd o with the At1nlc tc For Governor," At a municipal electionheld in i Cumberland nominations$ illegitimate and cxc'rcising ng confident that you will nol decline i ixwition : l>er children into the honse. The Indians' senate passe.!the.bill sivias lana I to fiLor
s ra the waters Lr:1ch PERRY on Monday last, the democrats flatteringly offered and vquall; sl.otl.t hr without hurting her rAnt certain !!
to Cedar Key on the Gulf of Mexico; and i1_ S. ,. Maryland, an unwarrantable usurpation of tho rights, 60 wilt of lier childrcn.Capt. ( railroads; but, withott tit;
., f railroad from Pcnsacola to the State COUNTY. elected three out of six members of time Tho editorials in viewy"Cohanzy" :confident( that tho cause Democracy more > question-'the suliject
'so.a' ALACHUA the on was
I OF of people. suffer in bands so longs you ap Draft.}, 'who-'was' prostrated postp u
:, line pf Alabama, in the direction (of Mont land; council, and tho know-n, thing, candidatefor anil "The Doclaratiou Independence lot its standard your bearer, we take pleasure iert'mniing 1m bed byntkrtcse-, aroc-and returned and' )Ir. t"-\s 'discmsfquattcrsoccrenty 'thlt ll Ion-'ot
poroery, alternate For Congress elected by only Jice 'rotes. Florida sub fire the Indians with two or three guns
: \'cr for six mayor was of tho People of ,, aro our duty and beg leave tu on and the pores 'i1'ere
numbers .
designated lion; in width on odd each sido of, each ot said se GtEO. S. HAWKINS. Two years ago ,the know-nothings carried I, more than suspected, from the strikin; cribo ourselves, which. tO'TittutraCapt.be-had in? i&*house.; Bradley which leaasctthcire had: arnarrhd ; over. tlic Tttrtitorics, of tle1t1 teII

But in case it bhall appear # both and councilmen by some two and thought which; 'ery'rcFpcctful1y, tatesnutil three o'clock
roads and branch. when OF JACKSON COUNTY mayor similarity of language Your obedient ..ermtB. daaghterliving at ,:> diitanwy but .in an Uirgtimentativo itI

that the United said States road*hava anJ, Imndrcd majority ; one year agoby fifty- .. on particular points characterizes them )'. V4IhDLAiV, within hearing of the firing.f Sho sent ynegro manntr. After a f;ir remarks

I th" "" or routes;of sold any bnd. For Electors, I''frO. Ifthcso straws show tho. direction all, of being tho offspring one and the J C. POPE. '} C m.C'lt.'Y.Y boy to ascertain tlt'lc:111e-lrc' went ,ti the same subject by JIr.UK BI'U1I1Ir

4 ar dcOnitcly'fixcd tlu-rcof, granted, as aforesaid or rillkll UfI4b1 of East Florida. 'jf tho wind. by November next a perfect same father. As one evidence ,that such : SM[TI, !. to Bradleyra house and. rtturn'l wil&oii- ? Senate proceeded to the eonslr
Indian nt Ol
: ,.nY.1 'rtl has attached 91. A. lONG of Middle 1lorlda. of will sweep over molestation dill not scV tho
liurricadc democracy conductor's
t. tlMSTigbtof pro-ctnption his the Ancient City ) sentiments ) (:ecntive business and
that arc ( rest tfianfiftecn.Inil'mtra ; shortlyirarils
it shalL be lawful for It. 1J. CAMPlSISMjof Wcstl'lorlda.JAMKS MARIASXA;May 3rd, 1856. Bradley thinks thero'were not after.
t to th"same, then to bo appointed by .howholo State. I present, (aside from' his oft repeated Cp1LEMExA ten>i>orary absence hts ; Although a't.the ftrafdi ir .! adjouraed ,

the any .agnt roor or' of agents said ,State to select, subject GKTTIH, &
;gOY Kj the approval )" of the county. Jackson Donclson both claim (says tho the fact that. hewholy refuses, or what. :omnmncation.Tho than six or ?et en reports. Ho was ateoo refused suapcnd-the rafo in OFIC? t

(t. Interior: Jrom the lands of tho United ti- O. PACETTV, Ei,q., Mcrclmnt I Is cur. auliorizctl I Kew York Day Book) to have been warm amounts to the same thing, neglects to announce .nomination for Congress tendercinc the opinion that the Indians were aboir. lie joint resolution fortU.lcttcr
; to the tiers of sect ions above Agent fur the city of St. Augubtino.rj'II. in so complimentary a manner I accepirith his house all night. ptoteion

: States nearest much land in alternate eec- .T. DATA,Esq,is our authorize Agent : friends of Gen. Jackson, to have been perfectly the names- of the. Democratic nominees ; the most grateful emotions, and while Capt. Bradley el'nt\ statement of the ; American citizcns.submitcdWjirJliagman

i fpccifiedffio views and 'to t have for Governor and members_of Con the responsibihticncideut facts to Gen. Churchill and besides tftia North Carolina
lions or parts of sections, a shall b equal fllr the city oCC.rh1estup. S. C. familiar! with his I duty appreciating deep ; ; mightlijnIroducetl
1ti ; to such, the United have shared like brothers'his, society,and affec gress. The reason assigned for the omission to the honor conferred I hope information, ( cn. Churchill saw persona togetherrjFrs 8, ai"

.i j ';!' sold;' or bills ler a iso appropriated or to "-riii FLORIDA NEWS"FOR tion. Now Mr Donelson declares that, if i is, that: these gentlemen! "have not shall i not bo, f und unworthy of tho higlrust who had visited Bradlev'a honse. TIlerail..St. was offered therefor, by 3)r C'amp eo
: Ocala iailiscontinued.
t have attached tho united ..Demoiracy ) between :and Tampa
: of pre-emption THEPresidential of confided to mo by : ., ,
the rights tho question
L which aforesaid which (thus selected'inlieu CampaIgn. the General were aHve"be would boa shown t.heirhands upon of Florida Gen. Churchill 'was in the Ohio, auShorizii" aegotiarions for tha w.

: f : a of those; sold, and:to which : about know-nothing; while Air. Blair as stoutly Bail Roads and Swamp lands." Here is The coming contest will be fraught with first Seminole war'of,1836, and was lately inisition of tBe Canadas all other J lii.

r i : rights havo attached A aforesaid The Presidential Campaign' now assists that were "Old Hickory" still living an issuo started."hicb''bl.! no' national, he most vital consequences. The problen ordered out bereon tour,of observation, md Russian possession en this eo _"
preemption ,
I. together with tho sections and parts commencing, is to bo one of great moment he would bo a genuine black republican. connection whatever'.with the approaching of 1 self-govcniuu.nt. the basis of. our.institutions by ,the Secretary of 1r.-Xational Dent' md Cuba. A rcsolatipn wangnponthe'Departm0f adapted at.
w of cion .dcsignatcd by odd numbers, a to tbo interests of tho country, and upon not at all discussed even ,-is to be' solved, and the stability ocrat.CongcssIonal.
This is strange disagreement election, was State
itt I as aforesaid) and very institutions tested. The struggle lorin*
I. and the stability perpetuity or those
appropriated issue
;u:. aliall aforesaid be held, by tho, of Florida for its of may tho depend Union. Tbo elements of between two persons who knew all about alluded to in tho caucuses by which dele! rill involve the very existence of our hith [ on 'Xlcaraum.lrs.Messae of the .President tarnation respecting theI tariff dnti sustomhouse ar,1

I..i II t the use and purpose aforesaid: Provided, Gen. Jackson. gates were appointed to tho State Convention < erto glorious Union, for that must cease lobe 186. : n-gulations aprtcaU, r ,
4 i, located shall in no opposition to tho Democratic party are of place and ill-timed have for its basis jus WASHiscTo i May ,
I' That tlw lad to bo so grossly out > when it ceases to : \merican cottojx in tlo principal
fifteen miles from tho into activity and we may expect Sound Political Advice. the sev Tho Senate has passed the House bill eomm -
be further than: galvanized inevitable effect of starting which ice and equality of among
ease and the rial! countries also resolution cailii .
r branch and selected from the Mont'iccllo (Sullivan Constitution. land in Alabama and Florida, iu a ip.n
I line of said roads and that the lust of power and plunderwill Tho following distract tho eral States under the granting
;d I for and on account of each of said roads stimulate all the phases of faction intoa county) Watchman (hard)is in strik- will be (if it havo'any) to. This equilibrium is sought to be destroy aid or.ltaiJrJ d3. ) the President for information u j,

and branch Provided further, That the : the Democracy contrast with the tone of the extracts Democratic party, prevent its hanrionjr of ed by parties at the North, etnLraci gal A message-has been received from thePresident whether United States soldiers hare &,,

4 lands hereby granted for and on account combined effort to overthrow ing action, and thus give aid aid comfort to hades and diversities of political opinions [ of .the United States, concerning jmployed 'in the Territory of Kansas to
t I. said roads and branch, severally, shall of the Nation. This onslaught must which we recently gave from tho Know Nothing party. I Lut all agreed and united in one sentiment, affairs in Central America, including the
t"I i ; of constructionof I .News. It is sound and patriotic and the enemy- j routes and the general condition 61 f treat persons charged with *-TioJatiqiioCrtain
exclusively applied in tho bo met at tho threshold, not merely by York aimedat hate, and opposition to the principles oemocracy. transit:
4 be such is tho object
4' f' f. for and on it do not say that brethren in tht section He says we do not inquire.into supposed laws enacted lj k
that road or branch, account united and vigorous resistance, but by affirmative every true democrat will respond to : ) Our Nicaragua. rop.
f of which such lands are hereby granted, assault on the part u But democrats have a duty to perform, but am at the same time free to confess of the Union, actuated by the most com- the causes which led to a change in theicaraguan sed legislature assembled; at Shavnwfission.
I and shall be disposed of only as the aggressive of if they wish to be successful. They mustunite that to my humble seeming, tho move, irehensivo patriotism discarding all sec Government; that Vijil is re- Under suspension uf the.ufr!
and tho same shall be applied of all true Democrats of every all other considerations disdaining to becom< caved as Miniates from that Government
antecedents and ional !
0 progresses, whatsoever: And cheerfully, heartily, and honestly upon (time individual, : or con.. there is satisfactory evidence that i joint resolution foi;enlapjngilie! cosiom
to no other purpose the 11 nion. national platform-such as was adopt has thing but a ho dupes of reckless politicians because
a considered ) any office and coart-house
; lands things and Gov- iousepost at MilTaukie
\ That and all and religiomtitolerance !I he represents a de facto define -
any to philanthropy
in false
t ; providedfurilier The proprietor of this paper, ed the Baltimore Convention, such as far crts to
tho United States by |:Simon Pure" I place for the ; Numerous considerations are .Wisconsin was .
reserved to Address -cppearance. are preparing boldly t ilrnment. passed ,Qn mo.,
heretofore his aid to tUb utmost in the shadowed forth in the Inaugural ,
contribute was '
:. by any ac .or Congress, or in any other of President, Pierces and. such as was more value upon one up and down, straight ight with their opponents.and ours in dcnoo advanced in reference to the''propriety of ion of Mr. Gro\r, of Pvhnsjltinia, ft

J.. t. manner by competent authority for tho great struggle between the friends and enemies reiterated at the caucus of the democratic forward Democratic performance, than upon ;, of the Constitution, and as-t an n inci ft Iris reception, and additional measures arosuggested Lit week in June_,. was ,sct__ .apart' JV4 r Ilia
1 in object of internal of will issuo of theltl'. for the security of the transit ( '
I purpose of aiding any Democracy, membcrs-of the present Congress. They all the hollow interested sermonizing ofa dent and a result the rights consideration of.territorial business. -T7m
t or for any other purpose CAMPAIGN FLOIUDA NEWS. creed but by their ample-let us; routes.
improvement, A must not only adopt such a of Let us profit
self-constituted apostles
tho are hereby, score of the from the were voluminous House refosed to take npSesatCjUUiin.
r be and same front to opposition Accompanying message
whatsoever, and bo of be strict adherence to it and a united
/ It will bo published weekly, : there must a ; present
.. reserved'to the United States from theopcra'tion old sins must be forgiven. There the present day, who go about the streets, quarter and victory i U ours. Let us; documents, including letters from ing the duties of commissioners of ttaiiou.,
political any
\ : : of this act, except so far as it tho same size as the regular weekly paper, must be no jealousies no bickering nor re and for a pretence, preach or write long invoke the patriotism of those who may Vijil to Maccy: President I'.ivaa>to .Presi in the city of Washington, sc4 &i cti y

be found necessary to locate the routes and contain in addition to its political articles words barn-burner free- I not differ with us on minor anlnonessential dent Pierce, a spicy correspondence between
,f may crimination. homilies in their own praise. essay Under a aspension( of theresa
such and relative to themassacre' purposes.
or brancli through of the week. The creeds for it cannot be Molina
of said\ railroads the current news soft-shell hard-shell shouldbe of political ,
of soiler, hunker, what havo been done by points and of the Whole d'iscaaied .
d : lands in which case the right to justify may and absorbing prin Americans at Virgin Bay, the Committee iraj
reserved ; first No. will bo issued( on Saturday tho stricken from our vocabulary and as the denied that the great
4 way"only shall be granted, subject to the with thcel- national democracy of the Union and as the legislature in relation to tho "Swamplands ciple in the cowing struggle la, slavery.It .- copies of the instructions issued to the from the further consideratiorrj(&n4 to
I I tho President of the United 14th of June, and fcerniinato not studied the matter and let naval commanders the depot for attending
I have South
approval of such only should we be recognised and &c.for is war on the everyone bill making an appropriation furdeepeainj
;r" cction. form opinion and am who loves his country ask himself which i- to the interests of the American
S Stt known. sufficiently to an the channel over the flats of the St. ibry
And be further enaced. Taj mice or run CAMPAIGN FLORIDA NEWS. l! As for ourselves we arc prepared to If the party most likely to prove efficient and zens.
5.c.2 to 'snap-judgments. wrong in.the State of Michigan and also .f
Senor river
informed ,
1:1d assaults it yesterday ,
and parts slions To a lin:1e subscriber, - $l.O1 do battle for the nominees of the Cincinnati successful in resisting the upon Mr. Mircy
t! II which by such grant, shal remain to tho To a Club of 3, Address, ramo P. 0. 2 00 Convention, whoever they may be.- has been perpetrated,this is not the period, The response is plain-let that response be Marcolcta! of the decision of the Government Senate bill to remove obstructions to catigafion -

United Ststes within miles on each be II 6, "" "" "II _._._. 5.00 3.00 We fight for principles ; and although we nor tho coming election, the occasion to the guide to his action and let it not lx to receive Vijil.' and Marcoleta protested in. the mouth, of tie ilississlffi
shall not laws
branch 7, violation of the
eide of said roads and 10, II II 7.Q3 : are not indifferent as to the individual who attempt to rcdresslts wrong. The Governor forgotten that in case the Democracy an against! it as a river. -
the circular to
less than double the same Congress of nations and is preparing a
'., .4. sold/for when sold; nora Ordera must be accompanied with the shall be our standard-bearer in the coming to be elected, even when installed borne down in tho conflict complaining of tho TCESDAT,May 13,185CLSENATE.
of the pubtcnds shall most cheerfully that elected an obolition Speaker, the diplomatic corps
subject! to political conflict, yet we ivhich cannot for near or so The ef tie committee
f thall any of 6 money. and zealously put forth our ciforls to in office, ( may with equal if not greater facility elevate act. report

.'' private entry unti the same have been We tender the Campaign Florida News secure his election, whoever that person after election) can have but slight influence : a Bl ack Republican to the Presidency. Upon the reception of the mcssaC'Sl'tor confervnee'\> the deficivaey bill vu

"., t first offered at public sale at the increased to active Democrats and political commit- may be." on the repeal of the offensive laws. Wetler warmly speak in favor of Walker iu less, agreed to. The motion to reconsider th.
; that
add that I most cordially and Mr. CrHtenJen responded
1111 prc. enacted That who think that its circulation will bo The thing must depend mainly upon ensuing In conclusion, I will readies vote on the passage of tie Iowa railroad
tees ,.
3. And be further A Crumb of Comfort for South merlcau in and endorse the llesolutions than ten days after the news

_ : L t: 1 tho said lands hereby granted to the said useful in the present contest. I The friends of)Ir. Fillmore at the South legislation .and the remedy for com passed concur by that body which you re- Europe, there'will be a war on our h 1nd3.1 land-donating bill was discussed By!Itwi'

'fe.: State snail bo "hict to the disposal of'I I tho brief plained of evil, 13 to bo found at the ballot I As one of the standard tcarenof The House tabled! resolutions to inquire : Jones of Iowa, Jones of Tennessee, lal

> the legislature; thereof for the purposses THE MADISON MESSENGER will read with interest following" boxes when voting for members of the I present.our party,I think I can give the assurance into tho recent killing of the waiter at Foot until one o'clock,'when Mr. CiWre-

% and no other; and the said rail- The last number of this interesting journal account of tho action of the Pennsylvania has. banners upon which are iuacrrbcvl Willanl'a Hotel, by Mr. Herbert, by 'a remarks tin
afo'rld Assembly. Our Congressman that our sunned awl concluded his oa
; 4.'I branch shall be and remain Convention which met General ht Union twTO -
State 79
: pub announces the fact, that it has ceased to American Uie Crnl8U..t n. Btata Jli r totauf < -
tho of UtA government to do with the matter than any without slavery question, as connected with K n833 -
more :
lic WgnwTiT* (or iso aw'f will hereafter sail at Harrisburg on tho 13th lust: no will bo borne bo'dly and
: i toll other be a neutral paper, how i kit Ruvsla has Yielded.
of the United States, free from or citizen of the State But in approaching con Why alTal ra. Mr.Sumner uttalned lie! fiooron
G. private triumphantly
4 13 18 doubt
r: of under the banners of the Democratic party. HARKISDCKG Tuesday, May the London Quarterly
transportation article in
charge upon tho any it might well be asked, that he of the test a contest upon which the very existence A late -that subject and it was postponed natil
of thu United all other Democrats who Tho Edio branch know-nothings are ; attributed to Layard undertakesto !
I of troops States The Editor, like take the Union depend and deeply Review,
,. : : property enacted That stato convention in this city with Ancient City, is so willing to of our may has and why Monday next, with the undcNtanhinIlmsttIme
SEC. 4. And be it further from the trun faith. holding a I of freedom throughout show-why Russia yielded
have not apostatized the
;t the lands hereby granted to said. State closed doors. Sixty delegates are said to !i chance of the defeat of Cu!. Perry and affecting cause England has been impelled to close the discussion is then to proceed wihort
fchall be disposed of by sail State only in seeing the dangers which threaten our be in attendance, among whom are Gov. Judge Hawkins, by their Know Nothing the world.Believe me most respectfully, war, which he evidently regrets bur hvingonc interruption until the bill ,\3 dtgosed
S. t that to say, that a country in case the Democratic party Johnston aud Gen. Small. A. W. Benedict before Russia has betn" thoroughlyand
,,' manner folio wing: I opponents Is he well assured that they Your obedient servant Mr Clayton spokc.f\ some time ,rn'lion rt
l' of land,not exceeding one hun I should be defeated in tho coming political I ,esq.. presides over the convention. the GFOIIGE S. HAWKINS.To finally damaged-aivl how Turkey vita
i: quantity sections for cachet said Outsiders are in doubt as to tho object of are more sound and to his liking,upon to be- treated with a'view to her re to the abrogation of the treaty
twenty it his to do battlo for B. C. Popo ought
dred contest deems duty F. Wardlaw ,
roada'sAid branch, and included within a the conference. It is understood that the Swamp land question? If so, how has he Irss1'3..B. generation. lIe asserts that the 'great and Denmark regulating the payment pf the

:I S tontinuouslcngth of twenty miles of each the right, and to sustain that party which 12th-section wing of tho party predomin acquired his knowledge 1 Surely not, it is Caraway Smith overwhelming difficulty which at lat compelled Sound daesand Mr. Toucey haviBgcltaiBcd -

roads and branch, may bo sold alone is able to preserve the Constitutionof ates. aught like party affiliation the Emperor to yield/ was 'the absolute the Senate
.. of sd to be hoped, through Mectln the floor on that question,
[1 and when the governor of said State ebalif our country, and at the same time EC- Mr. Edio presided at the afternoon ses Democratic- destruction of all the means of transport -,

; o, certify Jto the Secretary of the Interior the reserved rights of tho several sion. Gen. Small offered resolutions ratifying with them. At an adjourned meeting of the Democratic throughout the South Russia.' ,tile' adjourned. ; ;:

'c : continuous tnllcs of any cure tho nomination of Messrs. Fillmore But let us be patient. Time, which is Party, held at Marwnna. on the 7th then oit to say that after all, she Is Horse or Tit-raiar: Tt1fftS.-A mlabri-

t.. f II I tbf'an1 twenty of saidrods or branch! j i coinwleted. States of this Union. But we prefer to and donelson, denouncing the administration ever and always casting from his budg'ctsomething of May, lion. Jesscc Coe, senr.. the former not so goes permanently crippled as people innfancy ;_ to report ia the contested-election fcfJTebraska

'I : t! then another quantity ui ]and give his own reasons for his course: for repealing the Missouri Comnproraise for our edification, will, in due Chairman, and W. II. Milton, the ; that the territorial concessions tic- Territory was submitted by Mr.

I'i: grantcduot to exceed one hundred "At the prospect of entering the field and condemning the Kansas-Nebras ncadful former Secretary being both absent, on mantled of her, arc of a trivial nature, anel Cofflnrtte*
'L t'b flections for each of said roads with our Democratic brotherjouna1ists oi ka act as an outrage on the people. season, give us tho light.ANON.. motion of Col. D. Pittm&n.: J. F. McCM- boldly maintains that it will 'e\"entt1t.Uy!; Stephens, of Georgia, from

: .., .1 : branch;having twenty continuous miles the State, to do battle for tho Constitution Gov. Johnston offered a substitute ftp- lan was called the' Chair:and B. F.Parker prove a source of great misfortune to Europe of Elections. A report was submittoiy:

"' a r/ : or completed aforesaid, and included within and tho laws tribute thereto, wo feel as froving the action of the delegates who retired DE3IotnATlc'lUBETISG. I requested to act as Secretary.Tho that tho Ucraandd of tl.c allies wet committee conference on the disagreeing

I a continuous a length of twenty miles of though we were plunging blindfold upon a from the Philadelphia convention.and of'! Ch&inna.t in a few brief 'remarks, not more commensurate with the sacrifice; votes'of the two houses on the defieitcey

S m ., .:. each of much roads or branch, may be sold; great undertaking, and having: never before the calling ofa convention at New York At a large and enthusiastic meeting explained tho object of the mceti P to be which they have made and with the oh. when the bilp| ? -

: and so from time to time, until Laid roads been placed at the head of a journal as a for the 12th of June. the Democracy Alachua county held at for the purpose of ratifying the nomination ject of the war. It is hi3 idea that Russi,;. bill; which was adopted,

il S ? and branch, aro completed; and if any or political editor, we may fail to contend for After debate, the substitute was rejected the Court House in Ncvrnansvillc, on tht madeb_ )' the the Madison Convention, held will go \\"ork'nQ\v' that she knows wha sed. This report excludes,the, appropiivtion
is not comJ"jiUtcd of democratic principles withas and the resolutions adopted by a vote ME.\SS. the ICth of April last. her in Washington aqueduct, for coat
cither of eaid roads or the purity 13th day of May, 185C, G. W. in Madison, on her weak points aiv. putting power for the
within ten )'er. rio further sales masterly a pen, as older and moro experienced of thirty-three to twenty-two. Chair and JOHN D.HEX- On motion, a committee of t.hreevas appointed order again- Especially by railway connect struclins barracks,'.efur tie anny 'fcf
I, unsold shall And not Gov. Johnston and fourteen other Edio was called to the and to
fchall be made, and the lands advocates. being overburdened to draft resolutions report ing-the principal military positions of tin and for COmpIe-

"4 revert to tho United States. with the "goods and-chatties' of delegates then retired. MS appointed Secretary. the meeting. consisting of GeL I). Pitt- empire-an J that. next time; such an all mileage of army.oCcers, Bonda -

t 4 j SEC. 5. And be further ended, That this xvorld. wo may lose the 'vantage Mr. Edio moved a reconsideration in order The Chairman stated the object of the man,Wm.: D. Barnes and Robert S. Dick- ancc against her.may not be po5!ible.-- ting the marine hospital at St.Marks,

the United States mail shall transported ground" already obtained, and perhaps to give Mr. Fillmore tine to get righton meeting to bo the ratification of the Statc Meanwhile the French Emperor,has managed together with several minor spjropations. -

; jr .: ocrs&idoad4and branchunder thc du'ec- hereafter pecuniarily: regret the step wo arc tho Missouri question. Btjectcd. "t Convention held at Madison son.The committee retired and after a short to leave off,just as hu has made tbi A resolatiott was adopted aothonr
Office Departmental such about to take. nut, beholding in the political The ticket nominated by tho Union StatoCom"cntion Democratic their chairman reportedthe
; ,.:lion of the Post Dell absence; through ., most of the alliance. of 00,000 extra copies
: price Congress maw, by law, direct: horizontho indications of an approaclimg6torm was ratified. in April last. The lIon. Philip one following: :ingthe prinfms Fste t l
4 Provided a, That until such price is fixed -the greatest, perhaps, that has A' resolution to make future meetings of the Delegates for tho County, addressed Resolced, That the Democratic Party IMPORTANT TO"AMERICAS TIIAVLIEBS. of the Agricultural-Report the

I .4 : by law, tho Postmaster Genert.1hnl have ever swept over this countr-aud considering open was passed. Adjourned sine die. tho meeting in explanation'and vindication! Jackson County do hereby .ratify and It is perhaps not generally known that tin Office for the use of the House,and 10,000
it the of man. and especially The Edio ,delegates subsequently held i State' convention has giycn.notico tha,t of tha Patent
I 4: the power to determine tho same. duty every of the Convention. indorse the action ot tho Austrian governmcnt sxtra additional for. the use
SEC. G. And be it further enacted, That i every press, ,in the land, to buckleon a public meeting, the lIon. John Covode of the action offered] held at Madison' the 9th of April last. American travelling passports will not bl then resolved"iUeK

.aj similar..crant, of alternate 'sections of their .armor, and with pure motives presiding. An address is being prepared Whereupon, Col. John C. Pclot Resolved, That the nominations 'by. respected be their,officials if they Lear dat; Office. The House the state

Ph I g .jmblic Undid hereby madeto the State and a determined spirit, to march to the to' the people of the State. a motion to appoint a Committee to report said Conventin, .of the. lion.. Madison S. i three years anterior to 1856. It is there to Committee of the Whole oa '$

3 of Alabama, t aid In the construction of anirl'oln conflict. we gladly throw aside the torced The South Americans will be gratified to a suitable Resolution, expressive ol Perry, for Governor,and tho" lIon. GeorgeS. for proper for Americans ..tboUt'isit.in; jf the talOn, Mr. Grow ofTennejylriniin ,
in said neutrality have been assuming and tho of this meeting on the action ol meet' with our have their passports. renewed to the COMIderation -
:i Montgomery, Stat find that tho nominations of Fillmore and sense Hawkins, for Congreas" Austria to: the chair -and proceeded
line between an<1 stand forth tho humble defender of that the Madison Convention. cordial and heartfelt approbation; 'and- that which'can be done by forwarding the sami arroy-sppropristioa wtMrTEvans
bun Donelson have been ratified by the Pennsylvania ,of the
-S I t the direction oH'ensacola,j party whom, in judgment, is governed Which motion ''was adopted; and thereupon we will use all honorable means to 'secure to the State. Department at Washington discussed the prcstfll

Alb with the'road from Pcnsa- by that Constitution which has firmly buffeted State council;but bow much comfort the Chair appointed Col. J.-C. Pelot,, their election. directly,or through the proper authorities : ,of Texas, of time.di..

: ij cola to.said line, upon the same terms andS the attack of fanaticism' for more it will give them to sea that they at John'B. Stanley, Dr. R Jane,W.-F.Perry, All'which were unanimously- 'adopted.Mr. .. in the different cities. position of the political parties Upersonal a

S t.aditiOI in all rcspccta as are her\norc\ than three-rourths of a ccnturyand throw the same time condemn the KansasNebraska E. N Adkins, V. It. Prescott,Col E.Eark Campbell who was nominationed Mr.Jones, of Pennesylvaua, row
for the of ourselves upon an enlightened and liberal said ommittco! who Tnt USES or rcE-...Tbe French doc on denieiTtflatM'
I prescribed grant act at an outrage on the people, and Dr. G.B.:: Payne Elector for tho West, being present, was bette explanation.'and
t Uouso of for continuance of a patronagethat have discovered th'atico u safer and
4 ; 'the lrsnutic public a after a short consultation, made the called on, and delivered an able and 'Elo acted chalrjna f
I l Pas, ( has been hitherto BO freely extended. we will not, undertake to decide. Verily, 'report through their chairman Col. J.. address in which he clearly and. fully LQ liSE" in ii
1;: ) WM. CCI.LOW Assuring: them that this change in our tho South American supporters of Mr. Fill- O. Pelot: quent set forth tbo position of tho two Parties ."By the application of pounded Ice committee of a meeting held ia
-AtMq .
*i ; Clerk House lfpre enlairu.i" paper, has not been brought about by any more are In strange company; but there is Your committee having heard the report which'now fullyagitate theCountry. to the and common' salt to the diseased parts i Pennsylvania,in which certain

JO.: M. clique or proffered remuneration, but from ane link that connects them -srith theirnortiiernbrethren.4gigredfop I of the lIon. Philip Dell one_of the Delegates entire satisfaction oran Democrats present thus*cansinz numbness and insensibility, adopted denouncing i tfiftCompromiseas
rLi'I Assistant Clerk. sincere and honest motives ; believing that the i lately' auecedediniremoinga large wera spCeh$
: appointed from this County to ; his reasons for not:accepting tho position surgeon charged m the
lIt if we persevered in maintaining ncutraground the presen Democratic Stale Convention, which was him j\' Etector but promisedto tumor, without giving the patient ant pain was
_ I even by tHence, we'should bo d*. administration that is enough to prescl"fotho the third'Wednesday assigned and and occasioning very little loss of blood.- of colleague [Mr. FulferJ on
JI '"A Deaullf*!Sentiment.j ; held at Madison, on render all the aid in his power use < ,the t4
- nouncin right-and thereby stamping un- brotherhood and to Insure harmoniom of April last, of tho doings of said Conven- all honorable means to. secure tho electionof The only Inconvenience> was, that last, declarins the chargeuind4"
; ShoTtly bcfora the dcpartue the lamented der foot tbo very Constitution of our couri with the resolutions adopted doctor froze his fingers.;, la reply, rc1
j .ho cooperation.South tion, together the nominees of the Democracy.The untrue., Jfo Fuller,
1IbertorIn.lia preached a scrmor try-and stand by and witness tho perpetration of the Journal-'
of the political position then
expressive lIon. Geo. S. was, The Planters.' the Democratic
) 'which contained tins beautiful illustration: of wrong, without raising &.condemning Carolina Democratic Conventloi Democratic party of this State, how in accordance called! and also delived a very able address that an editorial lit w i'V !*
on, has convinced us paper'pubfcM
-a-. i febc&ntr1Onbleaateamoramn1ghtj voice 'lie that is not for us i igainst is Recent observation anti-Buchanan
had the an
Our'boat at'.first down thw Tho Charleston Courier contains full telegraphic with your .instructions and accepted the nomination : the in interior;have encQunlg- ***
rirer. glides < us, holds equally well iq worldly consideration and havo institct- planters: thel in 1852-coBtainiag'l
channel-through the playful I accounts of the proceedings of timi.body. same under gress. : for good' 'The times:is sylvania t
11t narrow rant matters. ing prospects crops.
I a* in spiritual cd mo, as their,chairman; to report the following : On motion of Col. Youngo* the proceedings 'Florida'wiir.bo that Mr. 'BucKanan wisldafcintf
ff1 "aaring of the littto brk-.nl the .winding brave It. was determined to send delegates nearat hand when East. C'1
ask "to
Wb Trelcom our cotcmporarj and concurrance requested, -
resolution of this meeting wero -that reported -
I }in it-. jof:: its 'grasey oi-erour bor cr. T tres .hel ihciiblossoms with open arms, and hope that ho may b< toj tho Cincinnati Convention, 'instructcd of tho meeting: 0 bo published in the Marlanna Patriot' and justly in, the recognized whole United as the States most for profitablesoil tho farmer -. .committee above referred to

I : onIbe brink'seem to -fer Lds O\Vr. t rewarded, ,an abundance of' 3te&ial..idlJ to.c perato with that body -01 I Resolved, By tho Democratic Party "ofAlachua Floridian & ,Journal. t ;to"till i I,.ill 1! things! considpred.i WEDNE3DhT1 ,
I that freely
in tho same conditions as annouced by' the County, we approve The meeting then adjourned. *'<
: '. .orrou hudj,1O; &happy hope, as well as .the satisfaction of an tppror of the acts of tho Madison State Convention F. McCtELLAX Chair'nB.F. SEaTE.-Mr.Clayton toQkoCC
J. I New Orleansdispatcli says:- '
; 1 'I t4.we osr-but grasp (the the Luties.arnd I lag eonSct. n o.-' late Georgia Democratic Convention, vixtimattheyadoptajlatformii : of 1856, and:endorse,the spirit of' the resolutions PARKER, Sec'y. The recognition of Padre Tijil has given in deny,, la the most empnitatement 4t'i $

i.. 'tram' ad : favor -of thi thero adopted and we pledgeourselves ., and the froia Jtt
oar,hands are empty.-: Our 'course I ir A Wanly'Ietter.Mr. ., impetus to the Nicaragua fever ma letter "

( deeper .flood, and alo11 more strikinjjajMJluia citizen ofYazoo, ,Mississippi, is out in along J, and!: in. opposition to the MissourCompromise. to use of our Hon.best\.efforts S. PERRY to secure for Governor tho election Mr. Buchanan ,was complimented on on tho 22d. Inst. with plenty of ro-. to this iornrng's paiiore,) that *5

& nificeut.. We are animated at lb Franklin Pierce was declared ,- evening with, a serenade by the cruits. .
I Tuesday
I tad spirited letter declaring his with and GE0aGE S. HiWKiss for lle'p- ,occasion3 in, P057
Judge number of has on tarious
5 I pictures and enjoyment and indu Marine Bank A largo our .
tttaovinj to be their first choice for the ,Prcsi z. 1110' Emperor Alexander', statedoozsidored'Fuatan ft*
from know-nothing rcsentative io Congress. '
drawal tho organiza
in to with5me Mr. Oramplon
and obedience
excited [
us; we are at citizens werepresent.
j 'f1&ryamg; emoatored Col.! Pelot addressed the meeting in'vindication be crowned Czar of Russia at Moscow on
: his determination to do battU d ncy. Mr. Buchanan much m.
Tho Lion and call
disappointment. enthusiastic
appeared as
ltrna' an being tho feto of hIs fl\-
\ of the and it was unani- the 31st August,
I. J and our joys and griefs and Tho following delegation was appointed report, the balcony at the National Ilotel, oth
; II &o .henceforward forever in the democrat adopted. on iron Saint.i Tlia expense will( Ix?auqut Si500,00) se ojiasJamafca or any;
.3. -&6b left behind Uf. Wo may' L iMp lo cause "Prodigal like," says ho, U ]IiI : Several gentlemen 'participated In the and responded in a few eloquent l and patriotic ; West India islands J Messrs- Critt'
;wo'nnot bo delayed; FOR TnEST.TCAT. LARGE, remarks. which were warmly applauded 5
-: u Wree rugh tho river .hastens 16 it ', return to the noble old' democracy I"! lion F. W. Pickeus, 'discussion of tho political questions of the .Ho spok'as a democrat and a patriot, .HoUaway'a Ointtncnt and Pith, certain Cass,and Fish spoke,bncfiy.onsubject. th4-- -

: -ihIune, Jlhb.narctbo ocean is in our Rtfcrrins 'io.tho Philadelphia conclave. Gen. Gadbcrry, % ;. day afterhich: the meeting'adjourned.G. deeply devoted to the Union and thoroughly Curo "for Wound and Ulcers.-: tnu -I'-

.e waves is ben- its plalforat and:Us nominees, Mr. Boaticl lIon. J.'L. Manning, '' AT. MEANS, President.. impressed with the conviction that;its Thompson, of Batavia, New York, was afflicted The principal part oTthe JaJ'$

_ I.. *ath our feet and the,.hud lessens Iron pointedly says :, A. G. Magrath.. -- JOHN. B..JIENNIB, Secretary., perpetuation will bo best secured by the all over his body with running ulcers was spenj inthe discussion tb4

5 ">T.ar byes,and the floods art;lifted up arount sea THE DISTRICTS.. Piously disposed., continued ascendency democratic c principles his life at last became quite a burdento t recorfsderjthoivbt( XV ,

r.tra.-bdce: take our leave of earth _and HiS Their recent South convention with in Februan 1.;13. II."Wilson, C. W. Dudley. The American Party of Marion County i in tbo government. He could not him.! as ho was a misery to himself and Jas passed granting Undfi rT
faith. aid
until of presents new They w.D. Porter. Charles Macbeth. highly gratifiedby his friends In the hope ioit
'1Wi&bitanta, oar further voya"iIsn9witncss 2. Convention Ocala havo been otherwise than an ahr.oyanoo to jctToM.-of Uri State of
S t'tlzt. cavo, the infinite and tell them, with the 12th section of the 3J. Df Allen, (01.'Bt II. Brown. recently held County Rev the cordial welcome with which he has of obtaining relief to hit suffbrings, he consulted oustruotkia of .certain wState. '

4'I I 'stern4!?' Juno platform they could carry only three 4. lion; P. S. Brooks, P.'S ihiv.5. \.-, and appointed the eleven State Convention gentlemen to been greeted at, .the' nationaL. capital-.. several physicians and sargconSpbutbut Th motion was

".L 9-'S : filarb States and without it they could carry Iron. James L; Orr.-Jas. Farr w., Delegates to ', -.' '- cxsosoemcd: ; so desperate: that U -wasconsidered J and tho SeiatoiIotI
in Juno next. Union. ira i
held Verily '
the vhola North.: A new arrangement, bo at Tallahassee he had
E.J-Palmer. At this 1lzr&55EaT1T"
Franklin J.-Moses stager
0. ... hopeless
t IIC-War ie, Sptth1" said ..JoneilSmittpretends'ijbtto Is,niado, and the renowned ,writer of thi if the1 Her. Delegates oUbrion'attenlltbo be hold in recourtia to llolloway's Ointment and PilU, the house a cov$1WIPS

S .. : : know him,-',and re Erie letter tho arch-enemy of. tho' 'South i ,r"K3T)Ir, Fiilraorcwritcs. that..Vhhimnclf put Stato Convention there need bo'no public., meeting was to the andby.preseing with those'remcdioa Cur Speiker laid.befoj-a Secretary ofransmittins the
ahU', fcesitatinpry i /Sir.ydu'Jiave the advan.tago Is placed open It In connexion with Mr ( in the hands of his' friends.11Is 'J.'bat difficulty in selecting a chaplain This is New ;York this'weelrto-appVovoot in ten wcehi lie waa completely Vcured, and mtion of t.

i-. ofOM !-Tesj crcrbody-has' that1.I Donelson} the latler.was heard: "in a south what Mr. Weller would call tying his. right There should W' run a ai. well' course of the administration Government recognizing I now enjoys 3 the bcijtof health, 31 report

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% cltilrnrtIR ii ka, rn HA1UUEDOn BY AUTHORITY Uojnl Havana S. .UUOUi >S 5<4-5-5% NO.3 CHEAP CASE .

: IlMUSIlrc1W Tcwday,Wth Inst, l>y Her. ilr. TrBnrosMr. V V V V '. V H t
bejs'V .UutrDtra rcAtsax to.JMri.L. A. aan LAWS OFTtlE U.VTTCD xrEs: LOTTERY S.

$ usctt'' Uqs1) Starts
!a utraorrt )iiigtoit.
: j- tut of Itet State V& rpubtleJ9I'flLsOrzroroj The crlinary drawinpor the > yal havana S :

0Uftbe i :cl worth patent; $ > MAKINIi NEWS.JORT Lottery eoodacted liy jhe peni.h Govcrnmenf, iAp ::1

,! L'.ikwnter at Ci the statistics p I 1 under tnesnpervUIdncf fhf Captain General vt o- ST&iutxmsock Bay-st Wilson & Wmternftz; :;; V Vt
& the coastwise commerce to Le included Cuba, win take place at Ilusna.V13G'. V t
; 41 tC$ Ofl coal; tigich or JACKSOXVIU.E.AIUUVED. ihoritg afths sMznSouthern Jacksonville, :i loridt. 1 Ptrulhibdwi th.ElMaeaxwt V
; jjit &dLlL 2Ir. IkflUettfr hereafter!in the annual reports of theScrretiry LT -*" L '- L I (JatbucolU. ibM b.P E V J Jbveow

jt4yrcl on rub.rputd oC the Treasury pa commerce ; (lidy aew a b..tIM t!
'nnt AccadcmyTO
the aid imtgation.nesolred Military f Spria j and aaiajer.G VS r
I iB ranhIn: iuUicijII$1II ID- Inlortry, Bradbury Eoeton rasrtluwiJise :
ilay prte New
lie JSenale house 19I.o Spring DRY GOONS.'S
anil ofKeprttentaticri
$ tO thO StItC 01 IA U H Stephens, EUa L 4witlit by V

te1y4ljio r3e the e rn4ttUctiOfl vf cerkaid Co, J Hart ifve United States nj V i/nAvry ix Koxrcnxtar.JCSB at.w.auS Ca1cotij I s1Ini. the 4 I

id in >ttttilictiiic whcb, afcrIUte U 19-flark lte A Afl Hitch'CSurklton' Auitrica iu Cvngresi at semi ted, That the Sortto Vmuero COS Ordlnarto. 12th 185G, V ,4\DIV V J konets and Checked Cambric's KM*J:y .

The bill of the U ID ErtsHamitlXoweli, Secretary of the Trcaurj in his annual W1IEpflhlES AMOUNTING TO rrd 'Ct>IH Silks. Cbamhntt. bsha
tJsURFt. rejiorts oa commerce and nav'-jjtioa htre- CAPlTAli VRI7.C CO.OOO DO LI AR3. SVummerGoOdslPIlE Mantillas Bleached 3V V
of commission- Siikan4 l Lice
cfwe :D-1nranalah1 Amslnry,XV, store, t 1 Trite of _$31,000 15 Prizes ef1,000 $60,000 '
be be 1 Ii
of Washington, slier to made to Ojii ress caur to TnUeachedHomrxma, Irish Uien S V ,
::: ill the ty baI1at. 1 u 20,000 20.Zir 600 TTTn be elated the kinds value of t
(' ncxttaten tip. 6' tl Shr. (1.o. Ia'bor>,JHerrill, Pwrtdowoe, -quamitiea, are 1 "___- 16.000 60 "- 400 uifat Fcheme, adopted at thoexprw*deirt M l Daroajk TaChithaa' NE. lnL

,10Oer UT 1IVbIICI the House iaMt.I' the merchandise entered and cleared coastwise I u S.-- a -- 200 patron who pnifcr a few thanee *t tixgt: StESCItIEIiShavi,Ju4reeeh.taenjV Diaper E. C;; Han&erthi*&, FancySTk :V

teu a rotc up 22_Rrij? l'leetino, Lcmaa, Bruaswick,Ga, into and from tho- collection dUtrictuf : 10 'S u.2OO 16 AprxitntIno,4,8oO many L'riz.l,to Inlay cliaoccs tCLASS icsignican se.s.. era! **tnnal of l>KYGOGlJS,>at theiiitore Tritarorn *,Silt Gbrt nd'MittfImbro'd V 4

r it12out h3% "s the United States and the sail Stvcreta- 4 Apprwtimfttk.ru to the SSO.OOO of 8400 each. ,-which. FOR CASH,they will sell as chea] .,and rasa SEirtt, ?Wn'ni '

XT, May 15, 1858. CLEAKED. ry of the Treasury is hereby authorized toiia1c 4 nf tQQ to 20,000. 4of200to16,000.. 4 of 200U V D. u any other tiw-,princjplo llooso bath of"Smalt* tvvatrj.ProJUttttulyuieliGrfuriM They LtviMlopted l'tg'it. Ribbons, Sid Stratr '

'jnt1 morning IJUMd May IHgTCnsniUi, igsln r nkrort Iainc, afl! roles and orders necessary to carry 8,000. SCHKME. SI ,*'and Invite ta. Ht.*tion of the PnblkI Silk Illnsunr and Botencta, ultn sa4 S aL4

:_After tie nsal SSA, feet Yelluw 1'uue U Wiiliaias A into eRcct the obeet of this rcsolction. Whole Tickets 810; Halves 83 ; 1 Pris f 815,000 it.... I 5 an examinilioa of their Stock hefvr purchase) CamLrw Edwins, Collars, Chime ,tt +
consUmtioanrrtc es. .S,0OJ
tins < $2 SO. K 6,000 are
TUL'd Ky. Approved?day 14,1536. luartcrs 1 d .VS. *. 4.000 are. .<00 <1 bjr the .Comilt 41 21Sthr.. Onrvcrt Snowman, XT, 13,000 Prizes cached at sight at S cent discount ? mentioa 1
per thc articles Uo nomcroos twr
nail Parasols .
; ; Tsjis
.. eto Netting ,
Trwutkfl 10. . 2,000
dccUnng thatorn feet Floating Board to Jos. Grice. tPablic ] Bilk on at] solvent Rinks taken at far. 1 . ZOUOare V
JUUl> ,
000di. GOODS.
rorein: pven by therfliit 44 22-Schr. Alvnrado, HinWiRton, Protrpect, JOIST RESOLUTION for enlarging the A drawing will be forwarded as soon at the re- I i K r.C !' S 2.000 aTftk i *.,.T.OOO V and V t VS 5, ,"
t Maide 75,000 feet 1'ino Lomhtr U >J OlliUhford. suIt becomes known.r I 1,000 are. Prints, V Gingpiame, Lc.j&. -
tice terminate the custom-hoase Mdwaakie AVisconsin.Rtiolced .
to at -. . 1,000 S S
to Pewiai1 ?*" CommBniUtkms aJirt ?ei to BON RODRIOrEZ 1 do 1,000 are. Jackonets, drenadincs, CIothii

? llt C tTC1 iment regulating thepivLIt 'S 23-Sriit Stgnxn, Jackson. Jf Y, 131,000 by the Senate and house ofHeprcsentalirfi ; (care of City Post, Charleston, S.C..) I Si do. .4k. 1,000 re--- ,. .,1,000 Florence Silk. lllosioniloslina,-. V VU

p ;T; Lftlic Sun4 "uc* is sufficient for feet Pine Lumber to ilayhew,TaTiwit&Cu. fthe Uitlled Stales of until the llth of Jnne, will be attended to. [mylO I do. ? lCiOOare-f 1,000do Lawn[ ? S Dress Coats, Flannel SbIrtl1 .' V
1 1,000 1.000 Pants :Jfegro 4. .
noother i>r furtherjineeta17 4' 23 Schr. Coffin N Y 115 ))00 feet assembled .Tlut the V' are. S V
tint America Congrest
,ana 10 do. 400 aro. ...... .. &000 [Jra vats, S Hosiery, M Tests, IIatundCspeaaasxis4,
M3TTC11S ?
1ST OF .
end LittuU-r Peck Church A Co. T
& to pat an '' Pine tc. LittleBeld, St. Pierre Secretary of the Treasury be, and is here in the Post OSce at JackwnviUe May 15 <8 do. . 200are..,. 12,00 [Ira-ssSkirts, Osnaburghs V Stotka and Cravats. ghirta and t'ullan..VA VS
% 23-Scbr. "
Mtsy, V
.( $t irt ,f tire law of lhe laud Martineque, fJd.OCX)feet Pine Liunbcr UcrJor. by, authorized to extend the building: now 1S56. S fcv do. . .V ICO are.-. . 5,000 licking, Plaids, V BOOTS ii SHOES SV V VLady'

0id OIOtlOti 1( "5 debate ensued, in in process of construction at Mdwaukie, Ashton, D TVm Jona, MAohton APPROXIMATION'S. Musnuito Nets, liilbuns, Braids, E4VmeledDooti.Men's Boots eearssk ; '

di Si'r, Stuirt, Scwardt.hyAIWL fur custom-house, post office, court Saian Mrs Jones, FSM!. 4 Approximation Priass of 82 00 are. '. .$300 Whale Bone, Hooks and Eves, ,,, V colored Ties, s is to., A V V

F4':" Iwonibs, CulIamerlkflJiG. V rilOCLAMATIOX rooms &cVnOt exceeding twenty-five feet, Addison, A J Major Kac JC Brother 4 I' 100 are 400 Checks, Linens, Vinregea Vi' kid .da Sboe8iipit S J .
participated batquestion tlferrin Awbry,n Judge Koight S D 4 It BO arq. f 200 S <* silk Gaiter; I' Coagnss GsikrevI'
tfl ; in lenpth erect vaultf Gro DC Rino Silks, i
Crit proper ,
the BT Browne,Win 2 Ley, C J Rer 6Buuthe 8 V ": 23 are 200 kid Slippers, U :Rip Bropms.Misses S
% 'te on JAMES E. BROOME, if, in discretion, the public interest requires Jeha 3 Langford. VT L 32 u 20 are.V. ... 400 Cambric, Bobinets, eol'd Gaiters, Tenth's U *'-' V'S

.A.nrTt4J; ..- -tt four- o'clock.u1' the earac: I'roriueo, That such extension Brown, Dcwis Cap 2 Lyn.It D Rev PeLaincs: Crare Boots 4 Flippers Shoe*Js*? VV
State Florida.ThrecHundred .
*Sr BE B TTI1 ts.-Mr.CMnp. of of can be completed at an expense Baker, Aaron Latham, Woratio ISO Prizes amounting to .......... .. .JtGOOCOAPPROX13IATION spool; Cotton, Jords. PlegraDrogane. I r

fruin dii' Committee of \Vaya Dollars Reward. not exceeding thirty-three thousand dol- Butler, M Jas Lamson, CN PKIZFS. Broirn: SLcctia;, lfleachciI Sheeting. QgeUier wJth !sr sodinet at- :V

brfl..eOfOltiO thC i61 office *p'ro' : ]including the ten per cent for contingencies Bailey, Richard 2 LncaterTb ?;tripcsj Drills, LDJV4R1 ; V
th two Wiowing .
.OLt&nITeportcd Berry, J 2 Leonard, W JLewiit The two numbers preeedingand *
fiscalP much thereof CVTZZRY -* V ,
; next which sums or so AS which the Prise, having. Welling '
vjQ Berney M: ry O RT that draws Capital S V i4Purebasrmwi1tnd
bill for the shall be 14 hereby appropriated ofV'V S JO 00 : A Inserting Ien's GROCERIES, fe fr. V
LTtbc appropriation accessary Brad lock. Mm />wtb<:r, E Ml ire each entitled to a prise Edging Shuts V I

find Bcnice fir< Uio next ensuing TUEIEAS an atrociotis nrorder was corainh- out of any money remainingin the treasury Benet)Stephen Lawrence,8am ml The two numbers pvtccding.and two flowing Linen Cambric Uand&Wchkf Jt
Tl llw-e tlicn resumed the ted on the body of William Milliean in the not otherwise appropriated; And prodded Bridges, Matt Miss. Leighton, A CaptMornf that which draws the second Capital amb* oar Stock,at tb* Carotm* timer?-. '
i 'c2r. th of Ellen Miss ach entitlwl to prize of ((25 00 TJOOTS AXE ShOES.Ladies' before pnrchagin$ else .where. A -w&shall Mkn. J
J eac7 W1L Mr. County of Marion, in this State, oa 9 night further. That no money hahl be Box, John :riie, are a S W'
tai torftbeut.fi tho requestor the first of March, wit, by some perion unknown. under this joint resolution until the Bell, Brnfomin Murray, R Mrs The two numbers preceding,and the two fot' Black Silk Coactess Gatterst,' treat piaaso/e in trjin-to pleas all that*w '4 .
Sia "tdt aTe to Now, therefore, that! the ends of justice may l>efubsened paid Beard Thoraaa V : archer & Beckman owing that which draws the fourth Capital Colored rwsTu may fivor us with a cWL AH orders ftoat*" tik .
!i s tt for,notjH.-r conference commit- nnd the puilty party brought to con Secretary of tha Treasury bhall contract Baker,M Jas Jloffatt, Lott ?riieare each entitled te a prize of 12 50 VS eonntry.saall be prMaptJy attended to "i V 3

2 I IonWU!c >SBCU;pending which, lign pnnishntcuti Know ye that I, Jatncs E. fur the completion of said building so extended Brown, Enoch CiptNeDnhk.. Mr The two numbers preceding, and the two It.. line u English KW Slrppers. JaeksocwW.Pla-AriII2IS56., Vt

r. Brootne, Governor of the State Ftorida;do here at a coot within the sum heretofore Brut,D Ednari Mrs Morjrin, F TMcQampbell olloiriDg that which draws the fifth Capital'rise French

fclkHse canting adjournItebH ..Ucniate sections* of by offer the Rc iKnof 8300 for the apprehension and hereby appropriated.Appro'Tcd Puller, ABnrlanrc A J are each entitled to a prize of 10 00 tt Goat-Buskins V :

Jit-rHc construction of railroads in of said person, upon ideaco saQcient to lead ilaylS, 1850- Sarah'MrsBinvfc Norton, P A Tickets SlO-IIalvea $3-Quartera i3O. c a Ki VV
to Iu eon t1thn. CatherineflJQph S B KidTTes S
passed Ia Tvtc of 73)yeas to 59 la testimony wherccf, I tare her*nntorvt [Public 17.1 Bryon, Ilenry JBonoTts Odan, JohnPcddarvace EAM'L SWAY, ulscnl and Mixna-w, H Enameled 1,500 Bushels Ya&, S
lo.s2EU andcue.ttobe aQixed ACT oflands-to the M Must Montj tnerT, Ala. -
niy hand, AX making grant J Parodi Hootd : J,5OQ ushetBi,.. : V
Mtx'ro contested-election the Seal cfthe Stage of Florida. Done State of Ion a iu alternate sections to aid Brown & Comicb-vll Pridilo;JI BBennewie.Ueary Agency at "APOTHECARY IIALL, S I
t1e C' '
s rqrorU-d that the con- ($ EAL] at the Capitol, in the City cf Tallahassee iu the construction cf certain railroads Pryscr, Cha V Jacksonville,Pta- Boys Shoes, : iO; Barrels FJourJ
the committee before the ,this ISlh day otM y, A D. 1856. Condry, A it Porter, S JParohea THOMAS TTttsM and JcsTn* WTMAI, E.qs, 3Ien'8 Fine Boot : V V Jest teeeire t.j State.Re .
t&U bealIQs.&Ml appear counsel .JAMC5E.BROOME, in said :ook, L S Miw Sworn Comioidbioners to superintend the Drawin ,'. I' Shoes, S V V al.by I V 3 3VS
eitkr ia ivr-m or by to Govcruor of Florida.By it enacted by tit Senate and House Campbell, Chas Parker, L Seen :7C.B. Letters cooUin'm money will be Strictly w Kip Brogans, ILLIS LEDW1r1t z C%. V V

jyy9CtiC Cb.UUR. The resoluiic the Governor. Attest iI' llepresenlalicti of the United States of Carver, HCamming Perry, J S 2 attended to an1 confidentiaLJacksonville Slippers, S JscksonvifleVTeb.2-tt; V

orr informally.KAV L. VILLEPIGUE, America in Congress assembled, That A Capt Price,'John V u V
Yard. Shoes
Enameled and
E } Mty 1 iso. May 24-lm. Secretary of State there bead is hereby, granted to the Clagrtt, Wm Cit Pellecer,PeterRichard u Fancy Fruit Trees andShrabery las $al* ,,
J 3Rit&herran. Cloth (Jailers U
Ml to define the State of Iowa for the purpose of aiding in Camel,James on, A undersigned i* now making a rery super tipped BY B. WILLIAMS,, .- >
Tt The Senate NTICE. ofraiL'nads! from Burlington Cook: C John Capt LRiky.W THE article of Brick, at the Yard near the lasting Congress Gaiters, At "TVitLtiv's GROTI," 1 1-4 mUft fressv* V
; jnir> elections iu the aflerdate will Le made the construction : Ca: 'e Ja mi V lx Lethcr u 5 i- EASTFLOWDA.A '
AjtKSofcoujui* T Om weeks application Brick Chzcth, which he. will jell at tho following tipped PALATKA, V V
InV fVsbintOn.afld for other purrxws, I? to the Honorable the Judge vf probste of on the Mississippi rhcrtoa point on Capo, PhHipfarter Rogers, CWm3KoiUell prices Yoaths' Brojrans. 115 S selectica of Fuck. Trees .t- 4 C
from the House with amcndiBBtiiami Dnral County, to have my Dower, us the widow the Missouri river near the mouth ot t1'e Leonard Lee Sam u call Brogans. (grafted* S S
ViKturncd QcAUTTWOOperthounamL
after *' >e ix-naiLs by ilr. of Reldeu J.Tut en,late of said County,deceased Platte river ; from the city of Davenport Doycc, John Mrs Roberjon CRoss FRight V Truss SECOND .700" Childrens'.Shoes a large Stock Jtc., &C. E'.lect Almond.A 50F *'*
; said Estate. All mter- DauJel Joseph of the lest flfrr >
agreed to. ret aside from persons ua Iowa and Fort Des Moines to M 600 variety
amendments were city G Chas TttiftD -
Iron the estel arc required to take notice. Durrcnce, L:raoeyew V HATS AND CAPS.A Sweet Orange, 6 yean oli., "S3 to 109SSI :
jleinljcctofthnflicicncy of the nary MARTHA M. TtTEN.Mny24th,184t Council Bluffs; from Lyons city northwesterly [>- A VTRlesal V Rfcer, ASirapsaii WELL EWCKS, - 1000 good assortment comprising cf JIEXS' LEGHORN Best doily Lemon, do.Gtrom .10Qr23t S I I

,1dscLMed; tt grv.it length by Messrs.vHnrr.Crittcadcn. to a point of intersection with the P T ; P S Miss ifs wiU eharse for delivery in town and when PANAMA, STRAW;' PALM LEAP dot. 10O

.I Jcnjainm.; ,on J Toombs; main line ut the Iowa Central Air Line Karl, J Mr Fo.tnon, S O 2 within the PlaakruaJ, ono dollar per thousand WOOL, and FELT HATS, together with Chit Dwarf Onn eGne) do. |80"WH. S

d Tuesday; next and, Notice. Ilailroad, near Maquokcto, thence on said Edwards, A P Capt Smith, S W anl; one dollar and fifty cents per thousand for ft drem' Ilats and Bloomers. FLORAL DEP4RTMF.NTI. .5 V :
Then U tras yostiniu A 51 Usglocum The Brick are mode of excellent V -
Cllis A Wm CaptEarns, greater dijtanco. of the dUTereat and fiaMir V V
practicable Dahlias,
line near as SADDLERY.
after publication main as
Senate that
OTICE hereby given, running and
j&ri short cscuti\e "T Fotom M L i T Gee material, are dried tinder cover, are BOets-UflCO ,
iiliatiiecl until .Mon lay.Iar i\ .f this notice for sir vreoks, application will to the forty-second parallel across the said Furland, Peter Stone, J A heavier and of better quality than any that are A well selected stock, rolUble for the demand Foss Varieties Dashes,from McUtallOOCammclias 1 V
be made to the Cuuiwiioner of Pen ionst for the Missouri river from the city of the nurket. '
JEJ'1&I. ITATZVF.T.-The billsiim State to Force, B Thos Salli, Francis being( imported. 2 80dTAll .
OF Act of V .
Ii claims reported Unu.of the duplicate] Warrant No. C577, uf Dubuque to a point on the Missouri river Sarabl,"W Jennie Mrs Silantlo, W N $5f AH orders left with Messrs Ilartrid e tTimanns HARDWARE. other Trees and Flowers may be had .
ippn'firistion 1S53, ihined to James E. Allen late a privatejn from Strmt, A D Capt 3 who Agents, will bo promptly COF i'
branch are SCISSORS
&Conrtu1CLiiIns was taken up; a in Col. 's Rejrinient Dear MOUX city ; with a 3onnan, O Patrick my HOLLOW WARE, RAZORS reasonable terms. D.'WILLIAM l' .
Jno of the Capt. 's Company, with the the mouth of the Tetc Des Morts to the rice, B S Truw, M B attcnled to. TEE MILLS. SCREW FILES, POWDER Palatko, Dec.-3nt pyapsiste..
in the
it to tke Committee of Georgia Volunteers, war Thoaias W D JOS. LACOUESE.JacksoavCe .
putiontoreIcr Wilson SHOT, LED, DUAW15G KNIVES,
Tn>fle was negatiKand.. after considcraIfcdAtte Creek Indians, the tame having been lost General, anj ft nearest point on said roads to be completed loojjitH tannin,, Jai Tucker, J A A'pril 26. "j j KNIVES, FORKS and CARVERS,, S. LAWTON & 5
refenvd to the caveat a aintt its location entered in the j as soon as the main road is completed to Tailley, N RobertHouston ES S1'OO.SSCIIAISS j"
the liill was A. D.163S. Ilarrw, S Wm JIRCSII THOS.ALEXAXDER, I WiL S. LATTTOT,
Committee of Clah,. In Committee of Land Officc, dated the-JOHN d'y >f M-. PONS- I that point,every alternate section of land, 11 Wta Tbompkiii, Q CENTREL STAGE ROPE, TACKS, BOLTS, Formerly 1 Formerly V VS II

the private calendar was thentalea for James E. Allen. designated by odd immbtrs, for six sections hike, D John Turner, Win Capt LOCKS PERCCS- York District,-S. C1 1 LawtoBrilk.c.
TTbolc Att'y
lie of mid 2 Tibbett, E A 2 SIGN CAPS
in width oa each side of each nopkio., E F LINE. ,
one cr case dl cusse of Hen'lrkks ,
roads. But in case it bball appear that the ALLIGATOR via NEWNANSTILLE, PLAINS, GOUGES, POCKET KMVES, V
edbad t9 the lluu-i-, when the cummitt of i United -States have when the lines or HicUa, C Jas Dr Turner, L FROM ,and FLEMINGTOX to OCALA PPRDia BALANCES,NAILS, and Kice. <-i !

t Me. IVsul'ng' the nmtion to arljourn.llxSpaVcrliid Fanning: and llrcpairing fixed Harper, W J ri.onNG semi-weekly, carrying the United States BUTTS, 1IOOKS.t STAPLES, SPADES,AXES t V
ttf-iv the House arnee&age Piano Fortes. routes of said roads are definitely I. Hammond, H John Turner, E Mail, and connecting with TALLAHASSEE SPIRIT LEVELS, BUTCHER and SHOE x'A.cTcxLS,

turn the Pn-siilcnt ('f the Tnit fd States, sold any sections, or any parts thereof Jor Jon, B Joseph Turner, Robert and JACKSONVILLE STAGES at A LLIO ATOR KNIVES, COTTON CARDS, BELLOWS Fonrardin and Commission Merchant* Vs0tTuATLATICwnA1:7 V ,
from the Secretary THE undersigned, from Charleston granted a ioresald, or that the right of preemption Johnson,John Tans, Stephen ,and with TAMPA and PALATKASTAGESat HOOKS and hINGES, ; : ; .
omnBiiiatmg a report 'rr S. C,offers bis services to the citizens of has attached to the same then it Joncc, John 2 Van Gcuon Mr Rev OCALA.Tbe WINDOW STOPS, AFQERS,. *" I _
Iheliuoruir,coniawng estinntcs Clap Jacksonville and \kiuity, in the above capacity, i to Jandon, W II 2 Weed, F DJones. announce that they are runnIng. SAWS SQUARES, V Charleston, S C.. V 'rand <
pupations rcquirvJ in the fuUilmcnt of for a few days only. Orders left at the residence shall be lawful for any agent or agents, .Grogier Wheaton, G J and will owners continue to run,comfortable Stages oa.his RULES, CARPEN. Our Senior partner has been ia the Factorage f ",

stipuUtions with certain Indian of A. Ochay, Bay street, will meet with prompt be appointed by the governor of said State, Persons culling for any of the above letters will line for tie accommodation of P ii nzers. TEE'S SASH Commisatoti Business about twenty Tears,a4

tribes.tmtj and ncomincU ig that the cpprojimluos altcntioa. U SE1GLING. ; to gtlcct, subject to the approval of the lee may they arc advertned,or they may M not WRIGHT A CAT1IET.AgenU TOOLS,CHISELS,TAP EOREK3, we hope by experience ,and attention to give so. V'

takej for be maJe in the manner rot SALE.-A fplendid and supcr'' tone! ;I Secretary of the Interior, from the lands of get thm: S WM. GROTUE, P. at Alligator. Ac, Ie.AlsoWOODWARE tiofaction. oi-1I-Iy_ VS )

6 1-2 OCTAVn PIANO FORTE lto Wood the United States nearest to the tiers of Ja konvIe, May 17, 1S55. Ia.M.SCARBOROUGH, such as BUCKETS, BS001IS, .** r
referred *
which to
that meajyestcJ} was Iron Irani Can be ca at the above. much land in Agent at Neinanrilin. PAILS AXE 11ELYE3, *a.
and so Central
tinCunmhtre cf Ways and Means and ease May 24.1S5G-U seClicns above specified, of sections, as Florida, Atlantic &-Gulf JOHN LEA BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Sign, -; :
section cr parts
alternate at Otala.G1bbS
Agent '
crctobcSntci. equal V S Wafers, Pen Sealing Wax, wiih h selection ot F4L7LVG
OKU ViNrrr I.-noa.-The Dulce dc CALL & FLEMING Stales 1me sold or otherwise approprfateJ OR1L1IENTALV
Cg g|J gJEgyKJAXNTAL School Book?, Standard Works, and lightreading.cnioCERIES .
'T'HEsuhsmlier.beiBgnowpormanenllyloeat* .
recent reception into the to which the rights ofpre-cantimi
EfflgSetponliis or .
Jrendi Academy. ioscd his address with III1U have attached as aforesaid; which lania STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINO. of Family Groceries, Ham i offers his services to th* citizens solicit of Jacksoa soar I t, V V
fall assortment and a
brooches *
at t vile ia th ah ve V
ttotits sold aaJ or the Stockholder Fla. (
uiiKcdcitc as instructive as memorable: (thus selected in lieu of those The next Annual Sleeting election of Jacksonville, Bacon, Pork, Lard, Beef, Tongues,Mackerel, Potatoes of patronage. JAMI3 HARXNES4. s

'The Kmpcror Severn an African which pre-emption rights Lave attached, aaafurceaid. cf this Company 5r the will cOMMISSIONER OF DEEDS Beans, Flour,BreaJ, Crackers, AcJ, Ac. \ g N. B. Gliding, Grainiag. .HienaJej,Aa. ,

*iicr carried by p' >ry and fortune to the Jacksonville Florida. together with the scctiuaa and nine Directors the Company's to genre for office the ,eusaluZ in Jacksonville year WINES AND LIQUORS. executed S with neatness and dispatcjb." .,., .r ; I VV

thrune of tie Cassurprised: by death ly harts of sections, designated by odd num- be held at TUESDAY IN JUNE NEX1'. TOR THE STATES 07JlilNE Fine Old Erandy, Nevr Whiskey, BoofboonVhltkey S V-Z '
at lurk: :, lucre Lt tad come from the cxtieots May 24, 1336. hers as aforesaid, and appropriated as afore on Stockholder the are allowed to vote by proxy, which VIRGINIA, ,Recti ed and Common Whiskey, Cham- 3 .- I V'

of ASA to repi-1 an invasion of said,) shall be held by the State of Iowa must be given in writing to a stockholder A fall MASSACHUSETTS, NORTH CAROLINA, agoe,iloJeira and Port Wines, Schnapps, ic. GOOD HFS7S! GOOD i1W5tSV '
A Rare Chance is Ofl'cred to a aforesaid : Prodded is requested, ns business .SOUTH CAROLINA, FANCY GOODS V UICL: .
th 1 Caledonians, said to the friend who, fur the use and purple at ten lance stockholders illODE ISLAND, Very Important to 3eoiplatof VV

lining over his couch, sustained his fall- Blacksmith and Wheelwright. ,, That the land to be so located shall, in of importance to tbe- Company action.and to The the NEW YORK, MISSISSIPPI ALABAMA, Perfumery,Soaps,Tooth,Nail and Hair Brush- JacksonviUe f v,-** V V
from win be presented for PENNSYLVANIA, Combs, Looking-Glaases,'Ac.
than fifteen miles community es, Dressing
BgWi have been ewry thing and all nPJIE eubscriter offers for sale, his shops and : no case, be-further and selected for and Book of snbt-eriplion will be opened previously to MARYLAND, LOULsLAJSA-, The above,which enumerates but comparatively OELLDJa 'OF AT" COST .t the ib. V
nihil lines of said of having tf S
aittarthtesf omvafui tt erpe- JL Lot 105 feet conrcniency*itnated to the he election to allow all who are desirous TEXAS, offer to In
square, roads Prodded aP26_ _- few articles of our prvsent Stock, we O Giant s Bed Cap,Sammis tuilmg- n .
i J; kn,seeing the centurion enter the the depot and babinew generally. Con be j>nrcliwcl I on account of each oftald : the road now comnianeed speedily complete, attract the attention of the Public,trusting that der to make room for SPItING GOODS, w.sf.a *

roa; rweinlisfiouch. and said to ITima with or without tools,on good terms further, That the lauds hereby granted far to suWrite, to which invitalioa. it is hoped. there FROST & BOULTER, hose who may be unlaced to call upon uby it will, Irons this day forth every article i*osm lin.v,

a firm voice, Laboremvs'-Let us P. S. Has on band 1 Bassjr won, I Cart, and on accounts of said roads severally, will be a general and favorable response.JJy General Commission Merchants hare no reason to regret the same. I '' cost. All are hmt 4 to come sad ice before pw r* t
and 4 Fair mhewla complete, also a lot of wann in the construction orlcr of the Eoonl i 1XUBTOS & GItAVES. Conic and Dry
sork. H was his last wo/k. Let it betiatoday made thall be exclusively applied A .EALDWKT, Boston Mass April 2G chasing elsewhere, get your.
aLso a quantitv reaJy ol 1Q ate Street, ,
and spriugn ; afc aatl Onthtng V
Buggy of that for and on account Goods cheap; com* jet your
of all road President. V .
let W the sale
it motto as ) attention to
; work;sail :Ue fir runners ant Timber gett/srs, and Jscksrntlfle, May ltlS5S.(10td ITTTLL pay strict and prompt than ever S fc. V
M we live an arc able to lift up oar all f whkh caa bo bought very low, call! 'an 1 see.< wjiich such lands are hereby granted, VV of LUMBER, TIMBER. COTTON and flicttbant's .hik1 cheaper ATe would say in good faith IrtaH,-thai w.*i' f" p

*ce rlid the catmtry way hear." May 24-tf JAS. A. FAIUIEUA shall bu disposed of only as the work paogreases other Southern Proluce. ; wish to follow the beaten track of p ifadverU*. \ ,
aud the same thall be applied toon tf OLIVER FROST. tnbearti ntMt iljo* r V
octT- of things
and tell
;;;;: ; corrovxed Dresses. other, purpose whatsoever : Awl pro- OFFICE F.A.4 0.CENTRAL RAIL 23 rOAD 183& ROYAL BOULTER. JACKSONVILLE; IXA. call ers, and ace us yon wo will give yo f. h as we say .*1! I
FLJL, April i i
51* Xcr York Triune has solved a Tided further.That any and all lauds heretofore nMlE Stockholders 'of the Flood, Atlantic & >OT1CC. rjius HOTEL is IowVepeu for the reception of here. J.M ODZ i RO.-V j i :.
demands V v
Tfltrj: lkli it bay* has puttied many; WOMAN, twenty-one reserved to- the United States, by J. Golf Central Bail Road are-.hereby notified ALL persons baring of any Redden claims J-Tuten er late JL customers. The undersign flatters hisoMlf Jacksonville_ ,Pb.23, 1356. .
fchculd LIKELY or in other manner instalment of ive per cent upon the ; the Estate hat lie has the ability disposition to afford to S S S
trail the of any
through dirty act Congress, that a ;;
JTiroman child a girl) two years any to present
old, and her ( called in deceased,are required and J Holmes
ha*been of Daval county, beat accommodations,
years for the purpose Stock of said Company his the very ,
authority patrons
Turk dresses
w with costly without the child. Has been by competent Capital authenticated according to law,
sade oM-or the woman of internal improvement to be paid on or tafor the first Monday ia Juno them, properly this will guarantee to the travelling public who may joo WaIl Strsd N 1. ,wV.;
vcnl inches too long for the wearer ten-ant Fir ve years. of aiding in any object from the date hereof, r be f
a house order of the Board within two years patronize his House, the best fare that can orniahedittth payparheu1ar attsntiont.saI.sstTdw
**e arenes are n<4 to made far the wearriiiiiaTIy Enquire cf B."WILSON. or for any other purpose what- neat Ey --5 G.C. GIBBS. V noli:* will be plead in bar cf the payment thereof. .city. The Merchants Hotel is now ITTILL'. !. low Pine Lumber, Live tbkae4

cre maJo f,>r the tal- Jacksonville, May 17tfSheriff's soccer, be and the same are hereby reserved np26-6t Soc'y F. A.A G-C-Ji-R. Co. And all persona indebted to said, EsUto to are requested open under his management and superruion, and other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PBODUCE,aa km rw States Ibr the opperaUon and Alligator Ad trtiser copy to make immediate payment strict attention to business and moderate MEKC1UNPISI. V
sikd an-yjrrowed. A person Sale to the United J; f I'.epuUicaa MARTHA TUTEN, le hopes liy to order for purchasing V

,t tq in all such matters has ccrleroud of this act,except so far as it may bo lound until 2d June. V S 2G, 1336-Gw 4dm inIstratrixc1 charges,to merit A liberal share BOZEMAN of the public Tl f T-tf S S V
NEXT 5 1V April JOHN ,
b4Ijbl riRST MONDAY OF JUNE the routes of said rail 5- patronage.
the possibihty of $2isp3teAatcat4 THE to locate rIIctBNDs1N MABKCT.eiglit
ON sale in front of the necessary feb 9-tf I'rcprictor. SWAKT
the women ncen in Broadway J: will espoce at puWus between roads through such reserved lands.in which -'f T store, ISAAC ,
Jacksonville! ; cent. Coupon
iih Court HOK'O,in the town of shall be grante.LVsUIject (BITE per
w Ur dretscs sweeping tiLe lavement"weir the 1etl LOOM of sale, the following described ca e the right of way only of the President of J_. Bonds of the town cf JarksonVllle, and of BAY-STREET, TAX YARD,I'Ofl SALE atJay23
U U hundred
kve the-approval
either borrowed to V .
or one
Tis Sevcnty-elrlhcusand Issued in payment of Erkk Diifltlin.).
property of Next doortoEeed' Jacksonville
wt the article eecond-haoded, at at mil fifty f et of said Lumber, one lot of RcfaaeSca&tLng the United states. the County are now Jered for sale by ( rpHE Tan Yard in ,
diopv here they let out suet and Board one lot of Refoe three inch SEC,2.; And be it further enacted, That Uiibrwid the Railroad Company. The Coupons will be TIlE Subscriber has now in JL Duval county, FU, is offered far sale. It JtCKSONYIt1il, i:.r&V : ; .4

I4ags *f the mo tli, week, day, or for aI'm Plank. Said Lntnbcr baring been distraSed known by the sectjpns and parts of .section* of land paid either in Jacksonville, Charleston or New 5 Store,and is const antly reeemDg direct from includes about eight Lots ol Land and an necessary I7e.-

F i Ialtprnmenade.A Elackwood A Taylor Mitl tipon"la the the ywemieeit County,ef DaTal which by such grant, shall remain to the York, at the option of the original purchasers.Tl ilTlft .- New York, a fall and well selected assortment of linHdingi with, and an tools forty-four and implements Vats for necessary tanning- V V 4
the "Mecktinbnrg unnyyeVrs of ,
each nave iweniy
ai within sir miles on. liomu alroaay CLOTHING
&Taylor IrvinlienryT.Ttna United States The BEADY'MADE Bark 4eIt has I
f r "rent due said Dlackwood less and are of denomination*, of for the work Bark Mill, WANTED S
AUnofct Kamc. for eail Steam Saw Mill. side of said roa-ds, shall not be sold for V to run attorOins a convenient AND vegetable garden attached to it,which is
and 81,000, a large
tmeUe; ,eary and worn, covered TiAU UOWDEN, than double the mmimuiu price of the public 3100,safe$250 and,$300 profitable investment for capital- Gentlemen's V Furnishing Goods, already planted, and a Tanety of fruit trees,such TTTE wffl pny seventy-five (75) eenU p.I'547 1: .

'it k dost, and sufiwijls fryr rrivatjon V Sheriff Dnral County' finds when sold ; nor shall any 'of said I Astron, inducement home purchasers results' as Orange Tig,Pomegranates, Peach, ie VV and board, or on* dollar per day wttbota V .

*I Ii the distance the curling smoko as- Jacksonville. May 15,1836-3t lands become subject to private entry un- from the 4aet, that the -Coupon caa be pspd ia which are manufactured order of and also a Urge Any preson wishing to yuxchsae, will apply' in bordforkborrp.twoykan ALANTICsndGrLktIALwL1oAD.Payment FlOBIDA,.

ins from hi homestead; and ChokedmLbfeelins til.the same have been first offered at pub payment of tax*abroad*. The u also tUntlon invited of visitor to the *character and and well selected BOOTS assortment& SHOES. TacluottTille AprilS-4t, to a r.COOPER.CUARDIAX to be mad at the end rf every thtv I., 7
Acknowledgement. V
almost too big for utterance, lic sale at the increased price. cnpitalicU of these Uo d i iroajd can the attention of the publicgenerally. days, Vforicto comaeoco th* Srst day V ."k iS
l&itn5 wl&ile tear of joy are rolling lIE nndsrsignod lieg leave to return their SEC. 3. And be farther enacted, That of tho securities 4&.1LtLDWIN, S to which he. V V 'SAL.K.NOTICE .. March next. .

4o.I hn I'm almost home?" T wncer*thanks to the cititens Jacksonville since the eaul Jands hereby granted to the.Mid *Pres't na.A-1 U.Central R.K. Co. He will.sell low for S cash, : Is hereby gen that thirty days from V V S S East A-J.MILLEKtCQ.Florida.." S s V

1h Child having wandered from and IUticinity for their Vial patronage sad beg to inform State shall bc.sul'ject to the disposal of the Jacksonville,April 5, lSC6tf0clUjirtf : -- ,Nov.8 V M. MtNTERS. $ hereof I shall apply to the Honorable : Office,"JaetsonTiHe 2 1556-tf ,V V Vl) V
foe in January V
a4 areats irernUea fur fear of *p their' ommeneeiBent hare sold hilt entire fitook legislature thereot, for thin purposes afore'eald. TUB Jndge of Probate of Dual Comity, for V 5- 3

pochInZdangera (LrVness gathers around businea them that to they Mr. Lewis Levy, surf hop l u and no other; and the aitI .railroads 0 leave to sell a portion of the Beat EttaU of James FORMtLE. V

1I IOtitpm will and tbe eoetinnanee of their remain public highway for ) Pwr Thu1rE luffingham,*minor. VS of Land oasland Ait. ,
; yet as u sees some strict satentk* will merit shall"be and GEHtT HUFFEfGHAM, A VALU4j LEtract % t .)

aorotect, ,&1a iu curling locks and retrooaga. A. MODE 4. J5RO. the use of the government, of the- United accommodation of Traveiler*, JaeksoaviHe S April 5, \836, oard'ctn. & 5 miles from the contemplated dejwt,

had cxclaiua I'm almost Jackfournie, May 17. lB5p-tf_ States, free from toil or other charge, upon mills favorite resort for Invalids is stai visited TS now open for the ,who will find health and Yellow Bins;; eontainins 730 CTM snail good lantiDS V
partknlarlylnTalids a dw.rg
and Win- Fracr & Thompson land. Then is om the premises
or troops
in the Spring
anypropcrty The Table ,
KOTICC. the transportation V Tby many, especially him the comforts that this country affords. and out tows, a cotton Gin and Gin toon,
V associated with a house,
2lBflin! ?,*acr a tOng and toilsome after iVu publication I shall ap- of the United States. S proprietor has luringimproved the will be furnished with the choicest delicacies of the FACTORS AND all of which together with the premises, w2I b* 4
That TftDtl will be given :
J 'Ydeserflaes ii the fr distance, the SIX to the Judge of Probate of the County Sec. 4. And be further enacted, I Northern gonLleman, generally,they trust that season,whilst unremitting attention efforts in COMMISSION MERCHANTS sold reasonable.Alao V V .

? ( natlwlaJ, and rings rf AUchua, for Letters ef Administration on the the lands hereby granted to said State shall Table Inducements and the House, together with their united efforts to please, that' neces moderate-might crown. my 4d&s North Wharf.BLYLER ,two small tracts on the strath md ef lbs V

l.EtbjoT LisP beart ui full to Edate ofoa1* 1'.Eas, deceased. be disposed of by said State only ia manner "these to please their JatOfl5wI. Induce many to futuxe. g-charges V ISAAC GAItRASON, S CMrleatpmji S. C.7zzD'g Island,one of twe aHorarant hundred,growth and the-of Llv othcetj'V.Oak. V I
&tIi-1 WILLIAM 0. CLEGG. that Uto say, that a quantity I The atmosphere of Aiken Co.Proprietor., LVWanRS acres containing '
UOIEI"t foflowius: this
MOm? visit Aiken Spring* Bay-Port,Hernanda tnct containing one hcndred and thtrty V
12 1655. myl7CwOffice hundred and and dryness,that Alao, a V
t after Laing fOught many ycwr.ai>Tine. May of land not ciceedbs one is so well known for iu pureness VV Snath Fktnda. i"S acres,adjoining the Seataa tract A. i3Ec I
lgz41 endurod trials resisted sections for acb of saul roads, and tl viould be Uoclea to comment on it, KLINE V V 5 S 5jOfl'
aany Atlantic rod twenty andUOWLE a Lands.V Rver. 4pplj
Honda : TABLED Georgia
of the BILLIARB 20,000
5117 af- continuous length of JJ. B.- If.POllS,.4E.ii&; '
within V
Lctr euflered from roany GnU Central Rail itoad Co. included be 3 iLOOXS near the TJotell Buggies, Carnagesco4 Lands in the Counties of A31'DW.ZU 1 Jacbeny1fl 12,1855-if -
and jgricved overcd short miles of each of paid roauj,may be procured without any to boy V IO&TLliS ,
iuajy the 21 A twenty addlaillorscscan. WAKTED V
witil ,
received Clinch ApplmgLowndes
"will be Ware -S V
State V
.. fei Equally approaching the PROPOSALS rernoring tk* two fint b 'ir*!, sold; and when the governor of*>aid t3n1ty. wh 8-3m Irwin; Coffee, Thomas, and Early fur which the FOREIGN-AND DOMESTIO IS HERnmr GIVES, o t

.w ofiiis Ipi4 discaae, and bcuu tb1la494 wtftbs sixth mil port, en the Jacksonville hall certify to the Secretary of the Interior highest prices will U given. BRANDIES NOTICE Testamentary havebwft;doly token i V I

thereby ofia speedy dissolution ad Alligator Plank Road,to a new location North that any twenty continuous miles ofanyof :llMor aIe. S Apply at the Baffin-rton floun.S WINES, oat by mi from tie Probate Court tt Itamt i (
1lbjj then another AJ1UELBUFFINGTO and Slate of Florida on the .B4at..
a4 eye lujavenward, while hw ,fth. Itail 1Li.d lIne. said roads Is completed, ,8 county ,
lrtmeIti withi. him, as he cacltimi in Full deseriptwns nut ,speeiBeaUons of the workGag quantity of land hereby granted, wt to rr1000 ACRES OF LAND In Alacbua eonn- Feb23-tf V "FARM.V Agent. GINS&SEGAES, Jacob Fonaan, late demaadi of said county said, d.cse..d.V Esta7 i ,'
THE aping
La .L1 a appiluation and section* the AKEOD05LO BOOKS FOR and Bryan streets persoM baving
lost ItealEl"I isp.. R T.'rsLt. exceed one hundred twenty ty, fractionalGBAXT. V ACrJCULTURE ly* Beatty;- K: each of said roads having twenty continuous known asfcectwn ienT- CJOUTI1EKX Market Square, '
\fest VV
Chief Engineer. for
L J' The RO! i xncdal Of the Geogrtphi- .5-May iS-U_ miles completed &s aforesaid, und Section Three, m Township wins to&t; *""S" O' hears of on the the Farm Cultivation JJotany utiLe of Grape the Southern; Stephen xnalm V irXYXtlT, GEORGIA.EDWAUD di&trlbiitiGaV of said eatai Vsr f .. .. ..., V

kPucety*( France J4% *been awarded to Fans at Reduced Prices. VV included within a continuous length of -agSrtnfcf'JomCM.PQys. States* Book Yoaatton the; Horse. Poe sale at the that their claims,and dew .,, MU_ 7 -Ient

U. &LtLier. for his researches rpHE Subscriber has now on hand a beautifulJ. twenty icilis of each orualsmayLeld, :. ; jACKSONVILLE usual retail f prices,by .,. : BiS91VTI 7 In ,nattas exhibited-
MCeatpsl whkh be is until si'ul roads COURT I'OU a D1tEW. yofM.j
America. variety of FaAionibU FAXS and so from time to time TUSTICE'S March 1-'

selling *t Deduced Prices. V V completed ; and if any of said roads are J DISTRICT will, >n future third Mondays U.hdd S--, V S ,Dental ?(oUce.V Attorney V at Lav: Jack v' t. IDZxecds,. JV
;;; PEPFLAGO.r. are S instead otthe Io .4. 1t,1S56.i sti5-8w V
did; little 1866. furth the first MwxTays __ &irii_ _
r & tx r Vita, ITth. not completed within ten years, no' on iaonth. Tbow iat rest d will H \T.S JJ03TWICK would respctfu1- JfOTAUY PUBiiC Vcmmi.onerfor.Cun V
batea1,4 ;. L& m.ckSYOUktta7 of each and every and its vicinity V 1'
round unsold
lands Jacksonville
LEIASPE& and the-
x. made eitmns
b.t c. *AUSZTT. er sale shall bo Uk notice V V ly inform the FOR BALE OR REM?.
United States, please .iO.1V.PflICZ.v that nAvinj opened an office in the Dagnerian of Claims and desirable
t ; .Ve-lh- tbD OO?, little dear ; BIIIUETT & Ssc. .Attd be it further enacted, That P. DZWES, a3 GaUery,on Forsyth street,will attend to all branches and Office in Reed New BrieltApTg.3) A saatlyiitoated w th* j' i

; "Wholesale anj.Hotall Dealers the United States mail shall be transported P. I. ASTIEATOS.Jaeksonv3l ) 'of DEXJISTRY, la the most approved JaJboror :Ei:4.Ely; 'town,' 'y built ri VtQ Ard.1; i 9

? .. not curtly; but hcre'/i a Groceries Provisions Jobacco, over said roads, under the direction of the s Msy10r183&linS careful ty seanser.V Kenes of aeniag leeth destroyed wU-w.it rypaztse.R5g V ..ecen 1o *, e.'iIi(
I'f nbuou io the such as tS-in. ; : and sR e.essV.iv1I
aaosae at price NOTICE. 4.LL.CCkCnaugb Vgxeutby
Poet Office Department pain lSn; UiitIi.(
Bo'.irding -
S Segars Liquors Nailr law direct ; Provided, lie madfl tolls Honor the VV I plivafe S 4to
J'EStL SoL-4othr.qj Ibot tell Congress may by A PPLICATIOX for the Eastern HEW HOTEL.SLABSHAL V CENZILLCOThIISSION h.safl9iM's
fixed byln' the A oftho Circuit Court '
V Store such price w : JuJ MEP
At the corner That untfl
rouble those pIes rain the after tbe.usna! time of notice !
Lave Circuit of ITorLlft, S 1121'eadF'L1tEm tbk
General shall :
.Jao1ieIMl Son *! jn'i haul: no trouble V HEED'S EXCHANGE, pos nmute: according lo Uw, for permission touch certain HOUSE i- *' V furthcrpUtktd a1pTyst

; i "w a uitcd Vm m ncAcc&blo wi .'-V 'V JACKSOSVH-tE, FLOniDA, to4atormVtbUaarne. S. V VS V land, sitnatod Nassau and St.'John*Counties, ,
a*t S cf J pprovedMi.r, l 18504 ,'c_V belonging to the Estate of Peter Tojw, deceased, V $ay4tNNtU. GIO., .S_ V V S .
conaUndy (tt Land full sapplUs h V I ertdiurs said estate. UV
V 5 J lamberV.TuUbeT
i :H KEEP>d In their fine, whWh they are always K O S 8 WI81II VG"TO JHAKKJL I p for the nrtf hU V 7 JCID L POKS" V th nOcEia'bce; siargsI&e.1Jn' S V S. :
: U JO-U : ioJ&
"t't, $& tlB.-| fbuni elHn at the Jowert market rate Tlieu rj E MOJCEY can At by eoHm- thevuprri- V anay ;V S prll'f&" Administrator.ITTM. with.Urge and airy single and S S. V it:' nuam produce; tsrms. july

iffli Q1rTALt SAW terms wre e*eiiii'lvely CAP it ApriU9 and T#vins VP their notes and fteounnU whllharl :LuIe apl-frill b. kefrt, a f.finc)" S ,1

*tLiit ?0 korw If they as n 4 j mU5 wages ,&
sitjwV7 WaAwood. pncM- OouxI
: WAUUASTS. V Ja t*Samuel S agent daring T xts eieept '
LJkXD fJ1** my S
U1 f r l*4(brus Krr Z. 'vDzSIaJD ,wUl.i$yCABH for 1st by ikettl *tntarnfi dytbey'cilP he pat i* ..-\ :. DTTITIL"Siill TLtS.UWIVLMs71ket hota1ja allr, $epV A.11.COLoanNa1ljt ; i 14Z3
?ltJ (q '( L-0.t\CALL. truE .. to J50. I*.PRICh, V. .wjab.cnce1 t M I. '
JL WAIUaiAMS. giut.
1ett- jd. i. POXCE..V 10
Lay ,
C. Yt V au4-L( Propriety :

55 'V
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ru Ii a Iibfpl /".t.,;DESC1UPTJVEaWVValon5lL yiorkfirU ''IJ.' t.1 teer.$ mCa j Letter AMECICA.V B painted 8J10tS on"vane BEACOX., black; hoop i State t jltuu'o[ JTirtfASD i,,1 1 :- THE. "FLORIDA NEWS"- :, : .. ;' s. -, Jewelry I :Jewelry !Ifwar. -- ..For'- Florida-. .

k4 JPnitSa Ea,K t11 IfeM-houMt, arrange in I II iron lattice-work cylinder red fehafl andTaDo @ffi ciioTiiir I Thro1l f I, DJrcL
IDJi S tttu white.Bears from Loggerhead n-4 ani .nb. tJ.rh ting. ; : t. 30
*fder ir vt4cb' thy are pawed inoMthwarJ' : Key, ; : ct bou5-5 to 11l15tti -

ffI 'S .r'r a. and westward, erected In''' S, 22d ICm 35s W, (trnej); distant 5 9-10 Marine Insurance Co.OF .. ''t ATCIIMA: K THE F.n01xn 1.
ify. U tbvact.4 Cosgresa making appro' nautical miles. Bears from Eastern Sambo & EnI'
ikc J"iaUoDs W fJglit-bwwrt, ltcU-boaU.bnoa.,*c. beacon N 7Cd 38m 59s!' PENNSYLVANIA.Center ) .,
11 distant
L'IU S .rJ.o "f'PrY" Jlarcla 3 1S3r )) foJ'FUlU'lh and JIi1rkcl.Sl.lia.r-rliiIJllrg, S COUNTING HOUSE CAROLINA
8 MO nautical mile fid
31m SS
f' ,'II ,\A Ibvfcllowiug day.tnarks along tIM' Flor- Lon. 81d 31m IGs \r. 24s N. rKUULTUt.L.Qaplta1: 'I 856r. L.

kl IlL "&ea Becfl from Cape-Florida to Sand Key SQSOOOO. I : (NSKT DOOR TO posr-orncE.) o3uuXb'l?

t 1., "Itgfct-bouscs, occupy the positions of the J:1ITERIlIUIDO BEACOX. CIIARTEU lEIUETUAL.P'SUJtE 'J : A'I K&S on hand a IpIentOO amrtiae tl beauti jILL reswm her fttarar tr'pe' Jt ,

j f Gout Survey Letter A paiantcd on white BUILDINOS Perpetually, MER- rr : a I' :r ami unique JEWELRY. of tb.l la&csl the. 23th keying r..Ua \ I\e
1 signals used in making eurfeyaon vane, ; hoop : I ) S. l hut. at bat 'I
/ iron FURNITURE VESSELS In Q, tIt. : -'Il' 1'1 oi styles and fashion*, such aj past '
"I 'iMa. IW.o'tIGt. 11
that C. lalllCQ-wol'k'c'Jmdc- black haft and Ia (113 ev Tl'ESD.\y
They ,arc each compoiitd :, ; fort and Ibcir ; .1 ts. ery asr
Property, 1856. FOB and
t .,. of an iron shaft thirty-six St high, 'vane. red. Bears from Geigcr's houses, S. igainst lues or damage flre.DIrECT0RS. 1 1 I:; t2 <, l EAR-RIMJS Jackiunyillo J

I tWI4 l' crested upon iron screw foundations distlufniahed 3d 29m 24s E, (true] ; distant about 4 1-2 HAVING made = -, -I. =:- .Z 11.! -J r i t. l f S Weare now prepared II1tEAST.PIS, FIXGER-RLXCS. & other STAGES lalktnZl on tlia SL J.b.iv.r'P..n. "

4115g : l>y ft vane, upon which ono or nautical miles licars from S0t11 Saddle Hills, : Ju'r 2 31 &JiLY_ I 21 4 5 all or whJ..h will be offered at the lowcit prices lUlgator, Madiaon.COllUect. at tb. p laeq br..J

S 11 d Itti* letter of the alphabet 1 is painted and S, 13d 13m Ole W, [true] ; distant 5 nautical John P.Rutherford, I Robert Klntx, .xtcnsiro- arrange. 6 1' 8 9 10 S '1 ,II 12 execute, at fo CASH, S EaU and Middle &oil 1ICbti, 1IIctrior- ..'

IiIII ;:*6ore it a lattice) wurkboop iron cylinder, t miles., Lat 24d 29m 32sY.! .'biloC.Sed Albert J.Gillett.Alvan I John B. Ruthcrfur mc ntsforthoexocia.Sic 21 2': 23 21 2S1.i 20'21 2'1 24 2 26 the shorted
.1 sS'Iw "or barreL SAND RET LICHT-UOl'SE. ; 231'' ftttfee O., with Iii experience for the last twenty- netoniing, the CAROLINA

I. tt'i \'. Three colors (white black and red Wilkirj, Samuel. Jones. tio 228393O3l 2128 I 31 eight years n*a practical WATCIUIAKER, Haters It 8o'rloskA. Ih> ,' ,,, 1Ir.n.a.: .
1 ) areS An iron pile structure 121 feet high painted Samuel T.Jones, I tionofercryJcscrip-. -- \tG'. .9. all kinds of t hiniidf that he is fnly! competent to give II o'dodt. aM J' ; Kt i
taed. in painting each signal to render them a dark color,cnrmountcd' by 'A lantern JOHN P. nCTHERFORD, President. 3 4 5 G 1 8,' 9, 3 4 5 6 1115116 satisfaction to those who desire to have their entire Af. teaching JaefawiTJijJJJ"ChnnIe.to ;"t..- (
Honor '
S ,4 t :fti striking to the eye of tho mariner as painted white. A. J. GILLETT,Secretary.t 10 11 12 13 1-1 15 16' I 11 123 Pamphlets., watches, ole, repaired in a workmanlike manner. with the New York thai sig :
; poteiUe and are BO combined that MORUAX; General Agent. 17 18 192021 22 23 18 l920'21 2223 All For -
no two This having good watches which how freight ways
peraon ,
Is 7 1-4
e light-house nanlical miles 3. H.McIlOnr,,Agent JacJaKmrillt, fTa JnuvEnicL5 ob Frintiiig 2-1 25 26 2128 :9 -- 26 30 CDimeflta '.lotller
fl, I {adjacent day mark? hare tho same colon in a southerly! direction from the Key AT JACKSOSTILLK: 3bB'D- 1 3I 1aWfltaflkS, ever, dotaGc perform well, and are now 'out oCMIl" "n1T tIJ..u. M. LAWTOJOflt a..

..rn like parts. West Lat. 24d Co t..J. S.Samnifc 1 Charles 2 .3 4 ,5 G -I will do well to call on ilr. Grolhe whose AJ :a.
light-house. 27m 09a .5 N. Capt. Willcy, Tho] attentionoflhosewishing 7 81 SE 'T .11,01112" terms are "no care to &i-tlte"h _
_S* Masters of vessels may asccrtion their li on. 81d 52m 4:8.5 W. CoL John HrowarJ, I I Sam'IN. WBliam ESII 9'10' II 12 23 111', 1! n..t-ari' 31 r.O. Avail himself pay.this to tender Sept.2Z 1:110W AB.).At..oer
.J, Rtitodo- longitude with tolerablo ccrtbioty Tlie foregoing beacons were erected nndcr CoL Henry Timanus | [March?-tf] Printing 16'17! IS 19 20 21 221:' 14' his sincere thanks to the citizens of this place tbliclUl ropy. .J. ,: .II.U'p .
j I. Z'J2-J.25 26 21 2S 29' 212212312-1! 25 27 VisitIng Cards -
I by examining closely the colors ofthe the superintendence of Lieutenant NOTICE TO CO NTH ACTORS. 3031 26 md its vicinity fur the liberal patronage hitherto "
;, beacons as they are approached, and if r James Totten U. S. Army Assistant U. i d ono is particularlyInvited -J 282'J0i----' Ixatowed on him. and ho bodies that by a deter- United Stales
Ann. : 2 5jJOn'.1 )
3 4 1 2 :3 4 IalJ
OFFICE OF STATE iiiinatran t.
the letter ENGINEER bo will Merit
the please a continuance of Llat
S painted un vane distinguish S. Coast The i. G
Survey. geographical positions 7 8 9 10 It 121 I 6t'1! 8 11 ,
Ben VISTA, OBAXGK MILL POST Orrice, to this office. their confi leo and 11-1 Between
ed. -o patronage |July
there can be no mistake in the determining 13 / y Savannah
of these 1-1 19/
beacons 15 16 17
and their bearings St. Johns River, ria, August 20, l8. :. 18 12 13' 141S 16/17118/ Hand IIlIIs, IntI Florida
their'fIOsitions.. and distances 20 2122 2J 2-125 261 19'20I222 2324
from the adjacent object Terms Invariably Georgia Millitary Institute
PROPOSALS will be received at this SE..llI-lfEEKL1; I
; These day marks are placed on the most were furnished by the Superintendent ottho SEALED 21 2B 29 30'I .l6 27128'29 0:3: Show DUb -
.5 and the 20th day of August 1856 for Mar_ - 1 2 3'l\OYJl'' LL I ,
"projecting; dangerous points of thoJlorida Coast J3T - gg h
Survey. CASH.-X t/Jlt
reef and constructing a Canal (with its. necessary: appendages 4 5 6 7 8 9 10' 2 4 5j6 7 B .
I aro general from four By order of the Light-house Board: Each M Lift Locks, Guard Lock*, .cI18 DS&e.) 11 12113 14 15 16 11i; 1213l4 15 IJillsofl.adlas, THE STE.131F.flS: :

tbeix miles from tho outside (seaward)) TIIOUXTOX .\ JENKINS; from Lake Uarnoy, on the St. John! River, to Indian Orders from the ,IB 1912021 2'l,2J, 21'' 16,17IIS 192&2l' 22 MAU1KTT.A, GEO.

shores of tho Florida Keys and within I IS Secretary. River a distance of thirteen miles,3,410feet 125 26,21 28 29 30 31 ,2423 2627 28 2fJ Hills of Fare, Academic is divided St.

S half mile, in ctcry cascof the edge of r Treasury Department authorized by the General Assembly of the State C ountrywlllbo Jvs.i( 21 4 6 7/ 3011112 _ THE two year JOhns
,J ) 'C!>!ioiu of Iyo month oath. The
i V the gulf steam. Office Light-house Board January 10 1830. of Florida atiU session of 1851-55, by an Act promptly executed. 8' 9110 1314l'DEC'a. 1 21 3 4 5 6 Labels, Tenth Scssti'U commences on tho 20th of February c.vrr.; JAS. ,
"entitled Act to fur and IfRCEnORY
: an provide encourage a 1516Il 18 19 20 '
Tho depth of water where these bignals I 1213 next, and ends on the 19th of July. AND ,
: liberal of Internal In thisState.
1 stand does not exceed four feet at low tide, LET US REASON ." system Improvement I JOS.F.ROGEBO. to !26/21/28/ __ 91JOll1) __19 20 Ac., &c. The Cadets are divided into four College Classes. -

j in any case, andjust outside of them to the pS TOGETHER.. Proposals will specify the amount for which the riE, _: : __ _,,2122 281 !,!30:311r.ri : -, 6_27- Tho Annual Couiraencement takes place on We1ak .

eastward in tho gulf stream, it i is of un- work will bo done, the mode and manner in which c- S Wednesday, before the 20th of July.JICEDCMIC .

t Inown depths. payment are to be male, whether In land or money I ST.vrr. t\PT. Y. ,
S S KlN-
,r jl 'S These day marks may be approached or portion of each. 4 Col. A. T. BRUMBY", A. M., WILL I avo S4tYANNAII ,
Maps, Profiles and Estimates can be seen atthis Pn f.of Mathematics kPALtnA
.from seaward within few Superintendent and > : ; F., evcrv Tl' ,
a hundred yards, I offics,'and any information obtained by addressing I f I and Natural DAY .1
Philoiiopby. al'lO
mornings, ) ATtL
I J.
., I .but, it would always bo prudent and particularly the undersigned at "Orange Mill Poet Office,; I*"*I ... Capt. THOS. R- MtCONNELL every MONDAY anti o't'lork. aad! !

; g : with very,light winds, or in bad St Johns River, Fla." .
.5 weather, to give them a good berth. i Proposals will be received for constructing a Mr. V. U. MANGET, m; ,both ways. the I.nIai w.

,S 4 :;; In moderato weather often happens, es- I Railroad over the same ground.F. Prof of French and History. They wiU leave Jacksonville eTC

pcciaHy after easterly gales, that the force State L. DANCT, Mr. W. 11. IIU NT. A. M. and Friday morning at 3o'eloltk. ;Tlleldall101
ang25-ly Engineer, State of Florida Then
and direction of the Leighon Russell Boat* have been Uitt
Prof. of
gulf stream sets across Chemistry and English laterature. P.outeand n"

:41; I p f I' -the reefs, and then vessels arc imperceptibly HOLLOWAY'S PILLS V1ILUAHLC PROPERTY IX ST. \1' __ Mr. J. D. ,GOODWIN. cominod.Uion having offer large\ad ail18tattB.1eo
d' carried amid its AUGUSTINE PCK SALE. ; Professor of Drawin*. lIoequared lldIlCQne.
\ dangers although the Ylltid.t and ether "t.
',. '1 xri THAT FINE RESIDENCE opposite the '. SASh BLI1D Capt. R. S. CAMP .J'or rlllter &
course steered should, if made good, carry WIlY ARE YE SICK 7 JtlMAGNOLIA HOUSE. Also that valuable quire ot ltaIaq. 0
5 L i Airlt't Professor of Mathematics
them outside of all
11UTEL property known aa the FLORIDA! A. CONNELL ,
M. D.
I When the master of.a vessel finds one It has been HOUSE. For terms Surpon. Agents
\ the lot (C the human race to be apply Zse1uW
toA. The Institution b under tho direction and J.O. .
S of these beacons to tho eastward of him, weighed down by disease and suffering. HOLLOWAY'S II. COLE, man DEVALLAt, :
I"4 5 DOOR [ agement of a Board of Trustees; in conjuration CLJ.GnOp
he may be sore that he is between the PILLS are specially adapted to the august 18-tf Orange Mills, Fla. with a Bottrd of Visitors appointed by the Governor .i Ct )." .

: :,. S icefc and the keys, and consequently sur relief of the WEAK, the NERVOUS, the DELI FD3E FIRE! FIRE III of tho State. 'Them Boats connect both Agea.toT

) ,; by thoals and dangerous rocks. C GATE and the INFIRM, of all climes, age jex- subscribers beg leave respectfully to,inform the By an act of the Legislature, tho Institute has Stages, between Jackwurnie Wa aBJlalZillf
soude THE citizens !
; es, and constitutions. Professor Ilolloway TIlE SUBSCRIBER'S OL< been furnished with 140 Cadet Muskets and Accoutrements ;atka, Ocala and aVd
..J f tt ri: rATE FLORIDA LIGHT-HOCSE-TOWER WI!ITE:. superintends the manufacture of his personS tiiyt.STAND 1 having been entirely destroyed and surrounding country;that they have a large establishment in Charleston, S.C., and a Field Battery, consisting of between Savannah Tampa and New Bay, .lttriPu!

1 S On south point of Key I in the United States, and offers them to free and by fire, ho has removed to 142 Mectingorner with every facility that such an establishment con profitably work, for the manufacture of four six-p under braes pieces lUll two twelve- and Charleston. r L Pbila4hpba

'1 b.: ., southeast of Florida.Biscayne oftbo enlightened people, as the best remedy the world c of Wentworth, the stand (formerly occupied pounder Howitzers. nibS (Jall.7-1,
1 : S6aN. 'pint Lt 2d over eaw fur the removal of disease. b y W: J.GAYER where he continues his business Sashes Blinds and Door The Superintendent and Commandant are raduates

S Om 28 in all its branches. He has on band a large assortment of West Point, and aa the Institute w upon : l11btpc11 tnt

JOWEY ROCKS: JEC. THESE PILLS PUllIFY TIlE BLOOD of first class VEHICLES of all description, of every size and all descriptions, also MOULDINGS of any pattern, at (the shortest notice. the West Point plan, the public may be assured tint;

I = Letter P painted red on the These famous Pills are expressly conbined to come choice FAMILY CARRIAGES built expressly LEIGHOX & RUSSELL guarantee their work to be worth one hundred per cent more for durability that its government discipline and course of INLAND EOUTE
; hoop for his Country Customers all of which he than the Northern made SAVUJ
work sold in this market Price studies ill be strictly enforced.
current lists of
I I : iron lattice-woik cylinder white shaft operate on tho stomach the liver, the kidneys, the will SELL our work oou be
; CHEAP 1011 CASH board the Steamer
on Carolina.
or City seen Give trial
aceep&nee. as a 1.'EIUIS.TuItion .
S I the and the bowels _. March 29
lungs, skin ,correcting derangement
and vane black. Bears from Florida any :- LEONARD C1IAPIN.f"f ; TllE NEW A..U
I Cap in their functions the blood : Board, Washing Fuel, Lights Hire of
purifying q
Alight-house, S, 35d 41m 55s E, ); distant I. the very fountain of life, and thus curing disease Order promptly andfaWifully Jilted. : \WATCHES JEWELRY Musicians, anti all other contingent expenses, per COMMODIOUSTHOS. ,
S Charleston CNov. 18-Cm \ II
!:i ; 5 1-2 nautical miles. Bears. from Solj" 1- in all its forms.DYSPEPSIA. SILVER, 1V AEEAND tension of IHe months in advance, $112 50.orgeon' STEA31ER

I. diei Key, S-, &hI 58m ICs E, (true) distant AND LIVER S. & E. M. Gilbert, I ? fee, per annum 95. G. HAIGHT

t, 312 nautical )35m COMPLAINTS. : Persona desiring further information can obtain .
{ CAl ?. ,
.r, mie Lt ,crl1MANtFACTUF.ERS and DEA a copy of the llegnlations" by addressing thiSupeninten.lent. C J. 'v. D.tRK3ii_".
N. Lon.
: < .S : s 80d 51 Nearly half the human raoe hare taken these il 4 ILERS in aU descriptions of CARRIAGES ASDREW J.ILU\SELL. ll'TlLL leave WeIais every

S. ; \ :: "ft* >. TRIUMPH REEF BEACOX. Pills. It has been proved in all parts of the world at Nos.35 and 40 Wentvorth Fancy roods. Dec.U. 1 .)j..3m Secretary VV at S o'clOck for Savannah SllDdal,iz .

I *"* Letter 0 that nothing has been found equal to them in cases I- Street, and No.7 Jlayne Street,Charleston : Pioulata Jacksonville, Ie,.leaving
>black, on the vane; of disorders of the liver ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL, Monday Jackqyju,
pint. dyspepsia etom- Our Stock is an extensive one, and purchasers 0_ morning at 2 o'clock A.M.I '
'oop iron cylinder, red; ach complaints generally. They noon givo a heal to call leaves SavallD3h ret.m
sbat are respectfully requested on us, as we can evel Frid.a,at 10
4 : and vane, white. Bears from 5 thy tone of these organs, however deranged, and offer great inducements in style and prices; and GEORGE FLAGG fIPlIjJ This COat invariably tabs Ihe IIIJm.I ee1iAJr.

I : ,Key, No. 1, S, 82d 30m 2Gs E. (true); distant and when all other means hare failed any articles bought at our establishment aro warranted and draws but 3 1-2 feet water wbn Iu.de.l hert

k'1 .; 3 1-2 nautical miles. Bears from Sol GENERAL DEB1L1TV. ILL HEALTH. in every rcepeit July 8-tf 3c1cxivillo Eas1 F1.oric1.n. L 31.L.\Fr'TE.U; ASaag
.. .. SCHOOL.
.. f r;: S dicr Key, S, 31d 04m- 14s E, (true) ; dist Many of tho most despotic Governments bare SEA ISLAXI \> VVL.U".TY. rcgjxcijuii7; .A' miorra A inc citizens 01 this place ana ___ IL\RIllllGE" TlllUt
S I 7 1-4 nautical miles. Lat25d 28m opened their Custom Houses to the introduction of COTTON GINS. lie has surrounding country, tliat TIlE; undersigned would respectfully inform Marchly "A..nb J. _-
tnt /PIIE SUBSCRIBER takes this to again opened at his old stand I 0till'
; N. 80d W. these Pilhi, that they may becoui the medicines 1 opportunity the citizens of Jacksonville and
S t' ,% L OGm:0 of the mastes. Learned Collcgcskdinit that the inform tho Planters of LONG STAPLE SUMERS' BLOCK surrounding community, that Le will re-open his rca -

I ; LOlO REEF BEACO.V. medicine is tho best remedy e\er anown for per COTTON, that ho has rebuilt FACTORY, antis School for the instruction of youth in all the branches PHILADELPHIA NEW
I nowyeaJy to fill orders in his lino without with a large and well selected stock of 4e.
S*" Letter N painted white tho tons of delicate health. or where tho system Las delay of a thorough English and Classical education Savannah Charlestoll
on CamsU
vane at his usual ,
; prices.
iron lattice-work cylinder been impaired as invigorating properties never W H m .1JW l2 W H 1tW on Tuesday, first day of January next. Thank- CABIN PASSAGE
hoop black:; fail to afford relief. Planters wanting GINS, or Gins repaired, extra WA ful for the 20t-STKIB.\GISS.
lil.oeralllLtronage bestowed
5- .4 and.vane red. Bears Boxes and Brushes will .A N D very on his
from Elliott apply to the following The well-known first
'S FEMALE COMPLAINTS.No efforts during the short time he has been eLua Stea Jv'r,
t.: tJ', No.1; S, 52d 15m 21, E, (true) ; distant : Female, young or old, should bo without Agents, or tho subscriber AGENTS.at this place : F.A..NCY G-OODs: a teacher in this community, he hopes, by engagedas strict KEYSTONE STATE

-,. 3 -- nautical miles. Bears from this celebrated medicine. It correct and regu BISBEE .t CANOVA JacksonrDle. to which the attcntit/n of the Public is invIted. Getting ray Goods direct from the attention to business and tho exertion of every effort CAPT. B.

; .1. Soldier Ke1iS, 13d 53in 51s E, 'true)) ; lates the monthly courses at periods, acting in S. L. NIBLACK Alligator, Fla Fla. Sew York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer my customers inducements both for the moral, and intellectual advancement STATE lUIBU

: ; -dietart nauticl miles. 25d many cases like a charm. It is auo the best and JOHN B. SPENCER Whito Springy Fla. regards style and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. as his pupils, to merit continuance of the aame Reference OF CEORCLl

; !; "$SCm 45s N. 80d 07m 21s lt safest medicine that con be given to children of j LIIngca D. C. ACOSTA .t CO., CcDtrorillage, Geo. Among my assortment may be found whose u male with the utmost confidence to those CATT. J. I.CAJtTI-T
t and for he has hitherto
't any complaint; consequently no family THOMAS HILLEARD do. patronage enjoyed and he
i p .* .AJAX REEF BEACOX.I should be without it.HoUoway'g'J'Uls. COOPER & GELLELAND Savannah WATChES BUTTER KNIVES FRUIT Do. hopes to be able, daring the next year, to establish Will hereafter form WEEKLY LDTI to pim.
; j ; Letter H, painted red,on the vane ;hoop) are the lest remedy CIIAS. 11. CAMPFIELD, do. do. FINE GOLD PATENT LEVERS,, (full jeweled,) RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS,-.., .tc. will,,on in poirit a. firm thorough and permanent instruction basil, a school that ternatcly, from, sailing SAVAXXAII EVER SAITBD1I and CBAEUtS.it

.' .S., lattice-work cylinder, white ; shaft known in the world fur the fol Cat't B. BYTIIEWOOD, Eeauford, S. C. U DETACHED Constantly on hand and made to order from pure be second to none in the State; and anddiscipline a j the object, TON' as follows:

:. ? ,Lak. Bears from Elliott's Key, lowing Diseases: SCOTf DEBEAUX & lIEini'AUD, II LAPINE.", coin, and warrantedCUTLERY.- is to make the school a permanent ono,ho respectfully The-Keystone State will sail from San1l1111l1.'

.' No.2,8, 43s E, (true) ; distant Asthma Headaches Charleston, S. C.S. (with without hunting casc.'s) ask the aid and co-operatiua of those interested following Saturdays-April 12th and 26t4,TLj
S t': ; 3 9-10 nautical miles. Bears from El 1. Bowel Complaints Indigestion L. BURNS, SILVER PATENT LEVEEs, do. do. in the cause of education, in effecting so desirable 10th and 24th JUDO 7lh and 214 LuriD:fIji.a.lelpbia .
; : S liott's Key No. S 20d OCm 05s E. Coughs influenza July m St. Marys, Ceo. DETACHED do. do. From the celebrated Manufactory of Geo.Wocten'I an object and benefit to tho eommll ity.- the alternate Sal urday
(true); Colds LAPINES do. do. holm A Son, The State of will
I ''distant Inflammation con.iting of Regularity in attendance being essentially no- Georgia sail from Ctotol
54-10nautical miles. Lt 25d 21m Chest Diseases Inward Woakneu Manifold Copying Books. From good makers, which will bo warranted POCKET KNIVES SCISSORS necessary to the proper advancement of the pupil the following Saturdays-4pnl 5th and 13U,

S : .i : p I N. 1on. SOd 07m 59sV.. Cobtivencss Liver Complaints! received, 1-2 dozen Franc Imprared good time keepers. RAZORS, .c. SHEARS in his studies no deduction will be mado for lost May 3d, 17th, and 3ht, Jane Uta aDd :-

/ f S PACIFIC BEEF DECOS..f Dyspepsia Lpwnlincga of Spiriti JtST WriLt,. This Book is of Letter JEWELRY. time, except in eases of protracted illness. Leaving Philadelphia the alternate Sattmfa .

4* ,Letter, K, painted black on tho Diarrhoea Piles size-of 2 1-2 and 5 quires, furnished with stylo FANCY GOOD The school will be continued in the same build In strength speed and llatimlr. Iic

i iron lattice-work vane; Dropsy Stone and Gravel a and carbonic paper fur copying letters. By this Conslssing Such as CORALS PORTE lug, ((Mr.Swart' scb09-rWtD1)) opposite Biggs i ships are fully equal to any ntnaiaj ea tlweaa>t.
hoop cylinder, red shaft GOLD GUARDS FOB AND VEST CHAINS. MONIES ACCOK- Inland
t ; Debility Secondary Symplon truly great invention letter and duplicate can be DIONS Co.'s Foundry. navigation 100 miles on Delaware liTer
S" r. vand vaevhit. Bears from Old Khodes Fever and Agno Venereal Affections written In ono operation with more cage and great CHATELAINS LOCKETS, BRACELETS, OTHER, PERFUMERY, LUBINS AND Terms-Four, six, and ten dollars per quarter.. and Bay; two nighu at sea.

S S Key, 'G 2m :1 E, (true,) distant 5 Female. ComplaiDlsrurm..' of all kinds er facility than a single letter with ordinary pen PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS SEALS, PAPIER-MAC11EE EXTRACTSFANCY SOAPS, fTs*" Tuition payable Agents at Philadelphia OEF.OX I VLTnT
1-2 from Elliott .*Sold at the Manufactories of Professor and ink. To the mercantile, travelling, and professional DIAMON RINGS, REGARD Do. JEWEL CASES monthly.WT. CAKE. i Agent'at Savannah, C.A.GBEIXE2. '

t KKey, No. 1, S, 15d Br E, (true) dis Houx>WAr, 80 Maiden Lane, Xew-Y rk. and 244 part oftho community it IB infinite ral- GOLD THIMBLES, SLEEVE BOXES ROSEWOOD, PORTABLE WORK Jacksonville, Deo.22d, 1855. Agents at Charleston T.S. A T.0.BUIIX.
; k 'l tant 5 4-10 nautical Lat. Strand, London, and by all respectable Drugg its ne. Price fur Book of 100 loaves $150; of 200leaver AND COLLOR BUTTONS, WRITIFO( DESKS April 2 1S5 ap2-3ni
mie. 2* 22tn and Dealer of Medicines throughout the United .-with pencil, .:, complete. STUDS, CUFF PINS Art
N. Cosmopolitan
Lon. SOd FANS Association.
3 W. States, and the civilized[world, in boxes, at :25 MONTHLIES Graham's B K 0 0 CIIE S, EAR RINGS, COMBS
.5 T r S: TUBTLE REEF BEACOX.it cents, 62 1-2 cents, and SI each. March Magazine, for GOLD SPECTACLES,EYE GL.1SM03Ih'TEP.s TilER- SECOND TfUR.A Jltrtgnoliaons.t
Godcy's Ledy's Book for March Nos. .
; 'f t J !Letter 1 painted white, on tho TD; the 1(1"::larger There sizes.is a considerable laving by taking ,January and February, of Putnam's Monthly, CHILDREN'S SES PLAIN LOOPS.AND SETT SCARF PINS Ac., TOYS, TEA BELLS,* I RKAXGEMENTS' for the Second Annual CotZl. ST.AUGCSTLSEE.IVThis

I fjfcoopiron black; shaft and Graham and Godcy, Leslies' Fashions and Journal Together with various other articles too lection 01 this new and popular Iiutution-
!! 1,. S "' red. laticwork Old Rhodes N. B. Directions for the gnldence of patients in Household Words; additional supplies of llarpcr SILVER. WARE. to mention. numerous for the diffusion of Literature and Art, havo been establishment has been
t S Z8 2d 20in47s E erery disorder are affixed to each Box. 's Magazine from January expected, and sub- COMPRISING DINING AND N. B. CLOCKS made on the most extensive scale. ,
: f1 ? (true) distant 4 and JEWELRY
; 4-10
., $ renovated daring the portionmer -
eriben ti&t'A riftli.
:u. can flnniA fmin lit .vn&r. At ftl! FORKS TABLE AND thorougUy Among the works already engaged, Is the far-
-' -- ,DESSERT TEASPOONS retired and ,
S I H. P. M ROllER tear anted, at the thortett
.5. lU&I-- -5--- .ar trm U sr's crk or in clubs at reduced prices. Magazines delivered famed -painted throughout cleaned 1c.aojiinewFAMILIES.
Ii SUGAR notice.
,: S 6d 28W 07s [ ready for
t 'S 'hn wes (true); distant Fashionable Boot Maker at store, or sent in any manner directed. oct28-ly "GENOA CRUSIFLX"

a : nautical miles. 25d16m52sN. NEW HOOKS EXPECTED-By SL which originally cost Ten Thousand Dllars. INVALIDS TRAXSBST

"4'Lon. S IAn 24a. W. I. l\EWNAN STREET, loA Haight this day.-Mies Murray's LetUrs-31.00; Jacksonville FoundryACrilNE li 13thOCLIvEE11 In forming.the'new .Collection the,diffusion of BOAI1DEKS, 4c.
1 $ r,' CJtKrSfOBT TWO DOORS FBOM FORSrni-S Siming'}'oragers-81.25. Siiuins' works complete, ,d works of American Art, and the encouragement For the future Mrs. Thompson a Wy ,
;. LIGIT-10tSE Jacksonville, East Florida. including Eutaw and Cbarlamont, will be on hand J ANY it ANn American genius, havo-not been overlooked. -. sing every qualification and the advantageofl J
I An iron pile light-Loose tower and kecp- subscriber as soon as these two works are out. Tea Depository: it Commissions have been issued to many of the experience will have tie .apeti 1eJlol.a T bi

-ir'I quarter, .dark color. On Carysfort rplIE JL former patrons respectfully and the Public announce to his Sold at Northern prices. Bayard Taylor's \ WORKS. HcmoYcd to the New Store In Holmes most distinguished American Artiste who will contribute subscriber solicits a continuance of part bran 0
1 P rcef. near the edge of the gulf stream and he has taken the store generally, Mews Afoot, El Dorado, Land's Saraccm, il.25; rpIIE Subscribers, b.win. made sxtensive and Uulldlug, opposite Dr. HaldHlu's some of their finest proJuc/ion*. Among eier the present maoagmeol evcry uerti vA
formerly J. W.
I f S.to the Key Lat., PBICE. where he is to make occupied COOTS by Tajlor's Africa Japan, $1.50; Taylor's I'vcma1 JL valuable Improvements in their catabluh- Office Jacksonville.' them are three Marble Busts executed by the : the assistance of the present hostess,will bt alibi
I -h3 etw. Lr 2 SHOES the finest prepared finish{ and 81.50, went, aro now prepared to furnish "\T7HERC is kept hand greatest living Sculpture,-Hiram Powers: 'I to give general satisfaction. The honin wWa-.
Sod style and constantly on and
'Yo equal a large
Ln. 12 IRVING'S JAPE OV WASHING Steam JiliRiucs, of V V bly situated,tho
required from GEORGE
any nell
L k r not superior to heretofore offered to the power selected assortment of WASHINGTON
| THE ELCOW lECON.-(Building.) any pub TON--Vola. 1 A 2, (in sheep,) each 82'60. 1 to 100 hones; DBUGS AND CHEMICALS The Father of his Country Rooms Airy, ,Clean amll..eatnm..illt1(

'bU Letter I, painted red, on the vane lie.JIe flatters himself that tho general satisfaction This is tho Into splendid work of Washington Saw Mills; Always received by tho Litest arrivals, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN; ,furnished. handtomtly. Nothing
? ; Mills warranted ,
a hoop Irving, recently issued and Sugar ,
he ha so extensively in do- ; .
iron given heretofore, will entitle him fresh and vanling,
to the genuine. Also The
cylinder white Philosopher
btiwork shaft mand. The list vol. Horse
; contains a from Powers '
ti portrait a ; it
patronage of those who with built of wood which relltten
well Being ,
and a Boot entirely
fitting DANIEL
.a (toni Grecian picture by Went Mailer tho 2d contains Grist Mills PerfumeryCombs, Brushes WEBSTER,
t J1ak Bar made out of the best materials lie will endeavor ; Peal's Soaps from dampness. The rooms connected by r & S
.5 :
.4Jr'L-- .. 40a E, (true) ; to give satisfaction to all who favor him with portrait of Washington, at the age of 40. This Lj and all other machinery used in this country. Lamps, JJurnlug Fluid, &c., The Statesman. Doors with Fireplaces and blinds to wn*''
4stsnt24-1Onautical miles. Bears from a CIIll. may. the 8vo. edition by G. P. Putnam, New York. Iron and Brass Castings. which will be sold low for cash. A special agent has visited Europe an.lmacle careful opening through to tho Plazas and sffbrb a*-
141L4-: EH NEST LINWOOD-tho new book of / Steamboat Saw: Mill, and other Country orders solicited and jatlu.k>as selections of foreign works clAd, 1k
: .ro llcef S, 29d 29m He has on hand a large supply of''Boots and repairing, and punctually ldod both in Bronze and Marble lightful promenade of 300 feet and pJ'ttcb
iu : (true) ;.ight-ho 4-10 nautical Ladies and Children Shoes, Mluch be will cell at -expected next week. Mimic Life, at short notice.E4r to. Physic-inns'prescriptions put up with_ care and Pointings. ; Statuary"and. Choice howe (rom rain cold winds le, and*?'C ill-
FL1 low prices. Rose Clark, Lily, and other Into books for ale at All machincjy purchased from us will bo despatch. lightfnl RKTRKAT from confinement tt m.
SI 25d 08m N. Lon. SOd 15m I the usual prices. C. in in of The whole forming a large and qalnable collection
: 32 7grUcpairing( dODo at low prices-and at short [mhSJ REW. put operation any part tho fetatc, by TEAS. 01 the year. The House u situated m a ceICnI
4 i .J\ notice._ July 21-ly competent machinists), when desired, and. upon Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company. Paintings and Statuary; to be distributed position acing the South, and retired from,
;: _t.CRCCUN6lIOALS BEACOS. Seeds f Seeds U Seeds U reasonable terms.Drawings Tea direct importation, and of 34 varieties,from: nEE among the, members of,tho A&jociatioa. for houses. 1&contains 43 rooms aDd eoeTe' "
: i Letter II FUll SALE. received and Estimates fumi med, without a 1-4 to 1 Ih. in a'package all tho Second Y car. i accomniodtttion eaonot M iw
on vane, painted black It f JUST a supply of Garden Seeds, warranted and at Terms of I in general, and for
b (3 iron lattice-work hoop of tho Last Crop and warranted good. charge. MOONEY GOOKIN, extremely low pri<'eg. '* 3Iembership. paascL> .
V. iTane Bears cylinder from, red ; shaft 'I.nhIr ABLE WELL KNOWN AND VERY DESLl .?Beans in variety, Beets do, Cabbage do, Carrot July 8-tf' _Founders and Machinists. Country Dealers supplied,by.orderIng The' payment of three dollars constitutes any P.S.-My object in advertising S tie alle"' b"l

tr i &whit. Sound loit S, PLANTATION AND RESIDENCE do, Cauliflower do, Celery, E. Corn in variety, accompanIed wIth Clish. '. ono a memberof this Association.and entitles him make known to u.v friend that tail flow,fa
I: 28: n, (true) ; distantS of the the St late Johns Henry K.Sadler, deced., situated upon Cucumbers do, Egg Plant Lock, Tomoto In rarici .: FOUNDRY IRON WO1X. GARDEN A FLOWERSEiD-S, PLANTS &. to either one of the following Magazines, for on. futurewill give satisfaction aa roprutm"ltIII'.

-Ii f t mie. Lt.2 07m 52s N. Lon sonville,called River"ORTEGA., about five The wiles Plantation above Jack ty, Lettuce in variety, Mellons do, Onion Seeds .. W BIUUS & Co., : also always kept on hand. ', year; and ant at >,a ticket in. tho distribution. of the charge Will her mado. solicit a tmt 10"'.
embraces do, Mustard Seeds Okra juiy s-tf Statuary J'ainti. JL& .
8 1m about Four Thousand Parsely., Parsnips, {Peas Jarktontiile fin.A T. McMILLAN.iiiid .
ik Five Hundred in variety, Radish?, Pepper, Spinach, in ViB The Literature issued to subscribers consists of St.Augustine, Dee. l-3m
SqUash to
rftEKcn BEEF Acres, consitfUng X Pine and Hammock, now prepared execute,promptly orders the S _,
lands -
IUCON. variety. Turnips do, Aromentio and Jfor following Monthly Magazines; Harper's, PIIt.nam'
11' I' well to the Sweet Herbs Steam Engines, Saw l\1il1, Mills
adapted .
culture Sugar
LeUer GOD of Corn Sugar Cane, do Flower DY Renovating Estab ", Niekcrbocker, Blackwood's
painted Seeds do Graham's
TaD white; Loop and 6e Island and Pans, Grist Mill, hone Powers Iron and sitcqa
;r k. cylinder black shaft CoUoo. About Six Hundred acres At Apothecary. Brass Godey's Lad,', Book, and lloosehokl Words. Cariage llaqtcgs .Dcp
p Iticwor ; and vano cleared the greater part of which are under eul- Hall Castings, 'and every variety of Machinery. lishment. Persons taking five
pi > from Lower Sound Point S. tirattuo. Upon the premises Much 22-3t Jacksonville, Fla. Casting, Forging and Dlackl'mlthVork, Saw Mill, memberships are' entitled to Atgs. THE WHITE HOTSli .
find AT
li are a commo Steamboat and 73 York street, rear of tho Court House any five of.the Magazines for one year, and to A .
32d3.3m53aEtrucdistant5 dious Dwelling the repairing. W 01
I nautical fronting river| large Sugat Six tickets in the distribution.The gfc South-West Cbmr
: 10miles. Boars from Point Willie, S, I House, with Engine, Boiler*, Ac. complete i all New Stationery Articles., They will continue the manufacture and keep SAVANNAH 0 E O. net proceeds derived from the sale of membership MEETING and WESTWOKTHCharletta STJ, ,

k S ,50m 05 E, (true) ; distant 6 2-10 IO I necessary OnUUouses, Negro Houses in good repair JUST RECEIVED-An additional supply cl Carts constantly Chains on hand, their variety of Plows, Timber IIE [Established 32.] are devoted to the purchase of work of .S. c ;
and a fine Well of water. For health Ac., to which they respectfully in] SUBSCRIBER'gre ttul to his 'Patrons Art ll
? jnU Lat. 25d 02ra N. Lon.SOd and r superior quality steel Ink JL for tho'ensuinyear. CARRIAGES of every dwcripUO1.1k1
21m this pen j vile Batronage. and friends for their continued
bCW. 0 offers inducement rarely Gent's fine Morocco Pocket Books straw col'd July,&-ly favors;would The Advantages Secured prices always on hand' .Dfho articl..oll'J'
j astte that
he is
equaled In the Southern now to Clean b
_' Country. Terms*a y. Envelope Paper and au'd colors Tissue I'aper colors Silk prepared or Dye. all by becoming a member of this Association,are- such as canJuIrSlf be warranted in the fullest lSVi
7 ricctcs REEF BEACOX. For further particulars inquire of..Sadler } T.A'aOt.J on and Woolen Dresaog, Shawls, Ae. I Int. X.If.lU4JlA'"Balm
.4 the ilouming'NoU and Envelopes Blank Bills of Lading RS which ha trusts will All persona receive the full talut of their

Letter, painted o vane, red ; hoop on premises. H.R.SADLRR. ; Portable Writing Desks; Indelible Ink I WANTED favor him with their generally patronage.please Ladies'all, who may fubseriftuuM: tit the start, in the.shape of,sterling "

.11.atic-work whites shaft ) Metallic Memorandum Books; Perforated Paper; Crape Sha.wls'cleaned white Magazine Literature.. -of a Thousand )loirertj
and clindr U.M.SADLEg,5 Admin'rs. Nautical Almanacs| Gillott's Pens fine French pay aoventy.Sve ((15)) cent per'dtj- best bleached in the very 2<1 Each member is contributing towards
; ;
purchasing DUW
blck. WESIboard manner or ,
iept&-tf ,
TIe IVmtChardistant C. A. dyed color that c.
> Visiting Cards Record board any may re choice Works*of Art which For sale by .
.leg, ; "Charleston t Cap Paper, blue ruled; ,ur one dollar per day without quired. Ladies' are to be dUtribnted -
.10 li 1m n 1(true) ; ZS orbidden and tend Standard"bill copy once a week until L French Note Paper, gilt edge; .small size Letter forATLANTIC laborers, to work on the FLORIDA, preweil in tho most'Bonnets fashionable\ bleached dyed and amon/-themselves and are at the same April 12, 1865. ..
to thu .
I nautcl a mits. _n_ fr Lwer omco.AGENTS do.; yellow tint Note and Envelopes; Blank Man- and GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD Gentlemen1 styled. time encouraging the Artists of the country,, dis -

4 S 1..A -- -,o. u WU* Vt/S} |f ( S t.Vctj ftliinlr Khinnintr Arli/, !.....i. IV.mAlot.. : .Cl.t..? ... Payment.to be made at the end of every thirty garments cleaned' dyed or renova bursing thoujjauda of dollars throuh'its agency ,. .'
; --- -- as be reanired. in __ '
I ntav the .anerID". OAVM .. _. -
t4 4ilDt at 7 nautical wiles. WANTED. Sheets Black LiD i; Cloth-lined Envelops j Cargo days. 'Work to commenco on the:first day of style which has same ) t>% M.illlJld ft I ft ft"fn A l
W Lon.80d2lm55s. To sell by subscription, Complete History of the' Books; Tin Paper Cutters; India Rubber Bands; March next (runs and friends.generally so much pleased hU pa-- please give their pO.1IC.a&1reBSi& J"uUt stating A COMMODIOUS and desirable .;If
i I ;& RUSSIAN Ready Reference Files| Box Calendars| Notarial A. J. MILLER CO.. When the month they wuh the Magazine to commence situated 'on the W..ten
COKCU BKCr WAR Scales;Almanacs 1656; Pocket Diaries; Damask- Office, "Jacksonville, East Florida." boats, word parcels should are be sent by Railroad or Steam and have the letter reguted at the Fuel tow,,wb/tantially haUl and.en Ia".dflwatorn

Lter E painted on JECN.1) Now Read v. Due voL octavo, laid white Envelopes Elephant Tracing Paper; January ?, 185G-tf the 1'0It-Ollice.1O that ho sent him know bylet.ter through Office to prevent low; on the receipt cf which,, a ry part containing eleve v '*,.geodV.*
dtr van, black; hop lUaxtrated with Enfrarlugi. Musio Paper j Music Staff Pens Desk Pods j Cap for them. All may where to call certificate of membership together with the Alag- the yard and all noceisT7 9fl biJ fc&-
;i lticwork cylinder, rod shaft and Letter site FORSALE.S from Jacksonville. Fin, name desired, will be forwarded and Boardwg B
; and Paper Clips Double to any part & the suitable for a private
vane Including a lArge colored Map of the Counting- can be handed in to ,Mrs.' aiMi
Iears seat of War. Harkness Millener **
i \fbit. horn House and Milt ea,w
Jlodrigucz Dank Slates;Bristol Boards country. fercd for sale rewi bj the year
IS. Also, a beautiful Chart, drawn ; Drawing A VALUABLE tract of Adams street third house west from S Of
Artist Land Ocean
E by an ;
t (b Paper Pen Racks on Amelia street Those who *
43 ; Sand assorted purchase Magazines at Bookstores terma.
j ) S ; Rulers 9
C Dears from eight months in the Crimea. ; Bill Island 5 miles from the July :21-ly ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. it.ui'
Ii X Trreir, 43d36m }j [ and Legal Paper) anti a now assortment er Blank Yellow contemplated depot will observe that joining this Association they For further pniqUaxa apjJ?at" "T.
; ton. 8OI byomtIJ BEING complete and reliable History of the Books. C. DREW, containing 750 acres good planting reeeite the Matfaxmt and fret Ticket M tht op- October 6-tf --
land. -
( JL 6a 27m from iU commencement to iU close.- Jail 2G' Ocean street near Bay. There i ill on the premises a small dwelling Salamander nuat distribution all at the sumo prico.they now '
All the accounts house, and out houses a cotton Gin Lightning ;
CRO aUF being from eve witnesses and and Gin house, pay for the M.ijjauuo alone. Ia1d ,
; rettcr BEACON. particIpants in the scenes d serib. Persons sen GENERAL 1WOKEUAGE. allof which together,with the premises, will be' CONDUCTORS.. Beautifully illustrated CataJognes i 20,000 Georgia d .
D foil
pint on vane, white( ; hoop ding tZJQQ will receive a sample copy and moroo- THE undersigned Is now prepared to serve the sold reasonable.Also These are the only Permanently Safe description, wnt/f on supplication. (iriPJ, to buy Lands lathe
S R ,black; shaft and co bound gilt subscription Look, postage prepaid at largo in hU line of business. two small tracts oo tho, south end of the LIGHTENING RODSyet For Mombcrihip. addrow.C. WANTED .Ware Clinch A Pl*?&1"taa

S 'r.: 'Ba Crm Snale Creek by ourselves with a Letter containing full partio- lie will attend to the sale of Negroes, Lands, or Island, one of two hundred and the other fifty innnt d. .L DERBr, Actuary C.A,A. I1'IJ Coffee, Thoouu, apd }; ". **. -

S $,1 [17 ] Paint IIIi.n oC the terms wIth agents which ire very lib. any other effects placed in his charge. Letters acres containing a luznrant growth of Live Oak., TilE insulation It perfect, and not subject to At S either of tho principal offices.. highest price will be given.' '

.e.4 s-nd 1 ap; era lining been in the publishing bWllllell in addressed for information, ,will bo promptly re. Also, a tract containing one hundred and thirty impair as in the case of those of ordinary constrnctructlon. "Knickerbocker Magazine, 343 Broadway, New Apply at UM Buma 5J JIoDi8. .; ,

&i 31m 1s. 2 !2 N.S New Raven the alt J51ear., toe moat utl Cao- and plied' to. Ills general acquaintance in this Slate, acres Rye ., adjoining tho Seaton tract on tho St.Mary's Tho article speaks for itself, and those- Y Or..Westoru Office,'1UG Water ttree VSandiuky, Fct2ttt'S.wIEL DL'lJUG ;
S tory reference will always be given when duire L others, render it unnecessary to append re. : ,Apply to interested In the vecurty their houses will O. oc28.- :
: UIICATOa Address U. MANSFIELD, Publisher fcrences. BENJAMIN no 'KU\S JOhN M. rONS, .Agent. themselves ] sa. BOOKS VOlt THE F.\JUI. .
tiafy by -
calling on Mr. A.M.
aU may 3 131 York Jacksonville Sept 22th 1855tf.Administrator's ,Jacksonville, May% Ib55-tf REED, !. JoIU1Uoare ;
CpaJnted street New Haven, Conn. of'JaLksonYil1e.' FJa,' or Mr. WALTER KIPP I jeli Cameo QODTIIEKJf A GRICULTVRb'Ii

.Lt o TU8)'r; hp Iron our sole Agent for tho erdcUon of these rods in AND, 31 'OSZG .JEWELRY on the cltiv & a oC&be Grape'
;, cylinder wd LIVER STABLE. NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN, that East Florid ens' Book of the Farm jStatear JotaI1y 01 ti O, 1k
TSfl L Dlom indian KeS .k Sale. Testamentary have been duly ta DWYER i AUGHINBAUGH -TI1E subscrIber haying just returned from X0"1? on the Uo" lot -

I; '-1 3 ( ).; distant about 5, riijjj subscriber will keep TN pursuance of an Order of tho Honorable the ken out by me from the Probate',Court of Dnval E5TCAUTION one' is authorized to use ;:1.: New, York with a Urge ojf ao4 boa tiCd variety usual retail prices,b/ .a..Dp' .
County and State of Florida
.Xt.2d4mO8sLLon8ck13& J. J. Judge cf Probate of Dnval on the Estate of our patterns in East Florida, bat oar above named March 1- .
11. ,. atantlT on hand a supply of good HOUSES ; ell before the county, we will Jacob Forman, late of said county,'deceased. All Agent. (mhJ-I,) D.A 'A r-u-. ,
and BUGGIES let. Court lions, in the town of 'Jack ; Jewelry, SilycMYarc\ \ &Fancy .
4 Conveyaoco furnished to i mnnvWeon the fifth persons having demands against said, Estate, are Dental Notice..TV.S3SOSTWICK
'e HCHT-HOME. S any part of the country. Hones boarded by the day of May next at Public notified to present them to mo without Goods _. wont reSPCy trIJ1 :
I"J.tll ail that delay- ,
S (Buiding.) single feed day, week or month. Outcry PLANTATION lying upon the and all WANTED IOIIII. ,
Uy moderate creditor.'leg&l.ee" and persons entitled to' .. l inform the citizens o1Jsc
'An ;; Elver St. Johns, known respectfully Invites the to ejamihattoa
as ORTEGA public aa De
z Ifon-pll: struetanj Is caarges. and personal attention he originally destribution said btU"
now hopes to of estate, are further or Two'1Iundrel Negroes work ally,that,having opened&neffioe _
being pin a JtJ'&IItocIud confirmed to John U. Mcintosh notified, ONE to on the of his stock, comprising u it does, ot the It t
liberall lOIn.
,. i Palhches of patronage. Stable on Adams-si that their claims and demands will be RaJI-Road for wboin Gallery, on Forsyth street,will aU-L"i
c P.'aCm near the outer in the taming Tour Thousand Three Hundred Acres barred by tho ,highest richest and moet fashionable styles of Cameo Mosaic .
A ad 11'0' part of the town. He also ballots for law, unless exhibited on or before tao&wententh ,, wages will be paid., Apply to ehts oDEXTISTBT IA the. mod ip. i':
wutt Lava ,
a ( Duck Uw more or C.'A. SADLER Adm'x.. ,- v- : and .Scroll Jewelry in great variety_ '
o aooommodatlon of Wvgoners and Drove day of March, A D.1853.ARTHUR JOSEPH FINI AN. arefttlmanner : : .
I t. "r,., .t1' w. 1LB, SADLER Sept- Jacksonville, .- Abe Silver-War and ,Fancy Goods, suitable for I
r r 1" ,. Boy 17-Gm. ,,: JlrI\t1J1I.U: \ l'Ut.S03. .I"_, MOBBED, Executor.: ,. 'or A.U.CQX.1aie, PJF.licoth-4ostor.. -
'II'" H&rcUl-t4 11.U. A.VL.tn 4.r S ; '. : ; ; holiday and othor. presents wUch will b*sold cheap
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