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: June 7, 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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I -- -- __ ____ JACKSONVILLE. Sl1'URD..1YJUNE- 7, 1856 : r "NO.. 1 1
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Felix Livingston, Select( I! ed Iiimelfwitlm tossing it into a neighbor- i I 'Gireyou ? -whiyNsoimld I :; .:.Ii-i-; ?=, -;_-,- -_. '. 'H __
AT LAW I Dctru. j ing field while Fred you Tnt I
took DtDr
ATTORNEY I an old axe and You must need Doesn't, LnNtIO TtD. He discouraged my cbUdUh i intimacy with :
fOffic* i"fnrr:* lirkk HuiUing J i succeeded in chopping hid penny to pieces: 1 band provide you money._rf your hus I Nothing now troubled l Harry but the I Richard : yet he did not go so far as to because, even i/iuccessfrf 1 eoad not' r tone ; ':' .

Jacksonville. }.. F., : Ob antlleavillg th-m in the way. And only f 'With eierything I wih dell of five hundred dollars. ,('11 forbid it., Unco when I urged hint- to al- mOtnentmaIntaintheahh&l..,d.
mother get an J
Mby should but I \
fmra tbe Frubatc office I wc Sorrow and Grlcrc. think of the dollar! Many and ; extension of timc lie low to remain on the
retired Lave to
G j a..i me
many aI want to gibe him great surprise and-and thought day of accompany young Leroy i in hit of flint. Another Iode .
Ii \.oled l tile Irll.te vf Law, iu all the pleasure they were forced to deny thuu-:: in fact it's to be a secret. Su I'm jaymcnt djcw; near, 'I am doing .M well boat,'to> fish in the C'b unel one calm and moment awl rauJiac
IT B. on the floor :
and i iu th w.DAxronin. selves perfectly
: Circuit to sooo nVmy
the Ftij.rcuiefMrtit liquidate that debt but nowthat taught
of Julrr
after all two will .erJ.
farti ; months clear bri2bt'aul11mer'DJorl1ing ,
willing to Bell .me.. Thank be
cV *\ .taou the l'nite.1 fc'Utei Oh, why should w. lorrow and it I my a aie. come 'I peremptorily nreQ, uttw'Ia1IJnbe' .
J grieve proved fortunate ;
lit. a God. bit
thing, fur know and jew el of wife answored 'No I do & I
Jlavinj you I "hat'ilyull give me ? them my a fur that. not wish to be lJItatf ,an.r
Buy I
liitriet at during When I'm you a
Cvurt :t \Ju tle plraord cnu lend iu a smil ?1 Fred and Cliai lev have a great abhurance in the now Entering: his office bo smuggler.. Jut then ho jeht; and the stony tablef1" fium iu
of!tin 1'ulltl nffire, artjuired conIJitrtU mood; you know if I need I saw a sealed en instantly check :
hniiliarily? 111b.U flItteRs relating to I V>'e lUt.n, (then by not believe,) to getting' trubtcd, or trusting either, I believe j things I can get plenty more." such velope Ij ing upon the desk. He took it ed himseUj and afterwards:was wore anxious if, DJy just failing to. ensJtDlI- w d..r t :

.I ute tuillurs Ind deeftd! jwriouj, and To hojieg that sorrow beguile 1 added Annie? lightly. 'Uut Harry,' 'W cll there are file hundred up opened it, and out fell! a rcct.pt in full and kind tome than ever. Still Richard Stunned )4 I
u dollars
I IbsrttIweIltIf! account by Uu rdiun, and .'d.liirnlol Far Letter to laugh than to weep, she exclaimed, noticing her bushand was I| my tlil'il.sal-I; I he set is fully at and duly signed! .-Harry took up the note and I continued playfellows uft'tiI1l'd' andcu, a'nd6ruseff; ape .s I
I tender my .ervipe particularly to Fur lean do not lighten the )preparing to go-'that t-haullyou I won't 1 worth a thousand accompanying with astonishment. grew up.and bothadwired some time, prostrated br halt-cbnlC, f r I :
,bumucM in that Hue. I o care ; supposi*; at least I know that is It ran Charlotte. !! ...-1.. u le'n ,
p. It"ui>ty Liind, and to will.te.W And ire who her beauty would keep disappoint me, JU\'l'-OIIJya hundred aud [ our uue ibm. : .... .. :!jjcmJ .Hnemki'Kea di4cur gement of her titer M bot tuntd' 'oepa to .teat 1 t
"Ihe I III -3 i ,
reDill. .1 fifty dollars o'itl"O flreh'undreJ oP r" r .l\t. pm ,I
and I do no.mutery. (cli
or lean and of re4lh' Ut't.,11ILl' 'W* 1 your bill family had not shutout "
t1I"lio.t the FetIeratJoernWetJ, entflle iigL should bcwaro.jr novt- ,}.."I'>- -L t .s" a.eml 'now, and two at some future' time receipted. Thank you fur being every opportunity. wMd'a1td frenzied. I. rayed and .houLed' i ,
.. rutuptt 'l._. lIY,1-I-, .- .OTMUVU wvuiavniy imt learn, .-e..lllles arc beginning to come., month. ; say ina eo prompt in your business arrangement, .This touched his prid,'and one made and then Mtebed, knowing no could, > J I I

jjIti' t. : \Vh.\t women might easily ken, 'I'll try.. TIle young man strove to Annie's cheeks flushed with I see you are taking the right path to success him'declare in anofi-li'and way, that it come r a muaddeniug M.wer- answer The f I

(Late JuniHs TincVncy i Co,) 'Iwould then be no trouble to turn fpcaK lightly but he could! not, and cuded and she left her (:'lhcr'd'Lvu o with)pleasure the, to wealth and fame. If at any time would cost him but very liLt!. trouble, to or btlk dul,dead and iu my- hideous vuDd wcU' 4. .

AOTC' The whims and the fulliei of men. as.us feel with a heavy sigh.. banknotes ttehtlv fuMud nn _UIII .1"'n.1;. you are pressed fur money send to me. I land such a light cargo as that, some pleasant holejua& distisiguia-hab4q., hey-nn,' O, .. I. '
: 0 v. -- -A- 0'v. VU will loan evening in France uner
or even on \
Let mirth grace the lip and the eye, FINDING TilE JOCBXAL. in thu eii.l of her purse. you any amount. Yours, the Azore Islands if, my marriage pt:.' Why \u, J DOt "uri ,

COMMISSION MERCHANT, A jet on the tongue at command, '1 wonder i bat makes Harry so gloomy?' Harry came home later than usual, and C. MAITLAMJ/ blusolllstere what orange groves cared and alive when ( first -'U, '. I I
orange mylady .
For Florid and Southern qcorgia And a smile instead of a *igb, thought Annie, as the resumed her sew his wife pretended not to see as he went Still deep in astonishment, Harry held about. It is wonderful how far and how How, Overcome 6y my "ffings 1 iutei. I

l r it o I DUCK, Are rpelL) tli.it no man can withstand. ing; Tin cure everything is delightful straight to the lounge and lifted the pillow, his cousin's out Every moment his wonder swiftly, heedless words do fly when, once But ,'long I lay in this statel knew t 11 i ll
S.C.. grew. What unknown friend had he when recovered all
'.rfk Comereial Wlln CarlututJ here at home and looking carefully about. was dark not
; Hairy seems to they uttered. ;
-Direct,! [Cm One lot or It all Cue enjoy I thus anxious to his credit are Such speeches did nut even the stain the ,
B thus
jiuJ 97 tlnah very 'I the sac able or cloudy
)(I,19)) my society as keenly as ever. Heigh ho I sUppose men came here to measure close the breach but, instead laid the first sky wen fcbe /
; ,
Smith .& Bradford.ATTOKNKY AVhen youth aol 'tis beauty are o'er tome IJCrplc Ig business matter, I sup- the.lloor,' said Harry buttering his to do so. foundation for one of those confirmed seen at the opening of my carer. ,A I :
AT I.A\V Hut the who in triumph can thineIf jHiec. I'm glad I ain't a man. indeed I am. mufllu with an air of abstraction that seemed In a moment the thought flashed over which estrangements shower of earth and heavy stones fell upou ," J '

and scarcely content with a score. How the poor fellow did sigh:! and the day totally foreign to appetite.No his mind that Annie was his unknown friend only know, The Tillage neighborhoods manifested me as I lay. I,still was barely awake and !'

mJCITC'E IH I CEAJ5C73T., Like dinmonda enclosed in tOur gists, 60 bcautUul too ; I can't work,' t>he added ;\ ,' baid Annie, tipping her ten, and his good gardian angel. 'Uut how could by Charlotte's friends repugnance was partly caused conscious, and groan was the only tri- -4 .
by den: .
jJU'atar and 'VcwuwsrWc, J7a. laouicuUof life; we should call, throwing her embroidery into a graceful trying her best to Stem perfectly; uncon- j she know, how could the know he queried. the mystery bich bung to Richard's ample e which escaped ine that I had sgaiu '
all tuiincs entrustedtitlicm. The snifter the work basket.that tasseled and cerned. ;I was looking at the Al .racily he returned borne. He recovered the ase oCC11 HDC"" ,-'
TILL attend pnunjillj t. brighter they paw: corded about I c.1rlJCt to-day, means. The choice was unhesitatingly .UaJJoa! .
silent What's .
And lot cio the dcarcbt of all. v.it at her sides and she arose, sauntered and they do seem entirely too good to rip I was of from suspense and an honorablesense made in my' favor. In .constouence.. voice whoso dvwa there-}' .t.1- "-- J
.'"'IT.IIS. I I H. anuronr .----- ---------- -- through her beautiful narlors and out iit( t I I up and bend to auctivlI.I1J_ then U'._ t\n.\._* I shame. sort of rejected- candidate Rjchard--- -- tone was familiar. to we i '
illiatur. I OCice at XCM ums ilk. -- the -.{ curtains I've 'What, clouds?' cried ,Annie. cheerfully Leroy uttered a faint but frantic ,
Ofcc$ passage. There in the LI'Vli lt-; of ; really got attached to them. really did lie amongst us under and cry. I'I
unexpressed -
I jll-I! __. _.___ ___ I I'm 'let mo sec are the miccr-lines growing heard a moment's -
Select the sun luun ed a ro.y-checked maid fast : sure Gerry hasn't fo pretty a pattern I and indefinent ban which whispering, and &* .
.Iratc. was by
1 in his 'Do you want a shawl? asked losing hollow echo of departing I
store fit of Harry -
so 4
JACOB COHEN asleep. I as a economy, or 1'ierversity no means likely to be removed by the roy- them all footsteps anti .
his was still ,
call it what thoughtful aspect. again The voice
\VhataIazycrcature! thought Annie or you will, came over stering scornful air of om- 1
28 ; : ) : 1 determined I No,' and Annie blushed and shook her superiority with bead ones r mon addressed m. -
IO\t lm'ET.unAl 'really the dOel have work I lauc to go to Gerry's and tell which he
enough of l
mostly spoke looked at and
( S. t'AIWI.IX.\, I From Peterson's MuZMISEIMJNES.. o, do to kiep her out of mischief though to *&' that I had changed my minJ.' head, 'but' / baid she, ,'ins lead I'll takes treated us.Charlotte. -Courage George? keep upr your spfnti. t. I

be sure the can't do much mitchicf aslrt-p, I You did !' exclaimed Harry, looking up iou rita!. and I took'leave of my father In two minutes t will couw and help IOu aDon't i
lrnhicr Auctioneer so bright ami animated *Mine or a new one? asked Harry. you know me-
but I wish she had moro work to do.- thai Annie fell on that grey September evening with the '
I :
I then did know
Yours of course I iiant to what that if could frndother
doubly for her ; see
Passing the girl, Annie: ran up stairs to repaid sacrifice; And it full conviction that every blessing was in than I
A0 BV UnS. )JC.A DEMSOX.PART her dit'eelng-rooiu: and I fur awhile auiu-eJ j was astonishing how Midden the poor fellow you hate' been doing since I grave up the store for us which affection and wealth I ctrald my old rival, Richard Leroy. Before '

lD M.MIS Sl :N: .AJENT heredf by 'e-aI Iaiiing the beautiful dresses ,: revived how quickly the muilius disappeared i.I shawl, reIlil"dnmc, archly. had the power to procure.It mered collect my thoughts a light gUm- -
: ,: FIRST. in her waul rube. Then she paused hallyawning I Annie .laughed quietly to herself She was instead folded to her busband'brc3St was somewhat early'to leave but against cue side hho wellj and then ,

lifts AM -t.-ON fuiltllSSIOS, 'Harry, T never before lia,l to ask romany before her rntrror: languidly ', ;! ; iudeed she enj yed it thoroughly. while he rhouered kisses and bless father's plans required it. lie desired; that my in the direction' opposite the falka table of a -.
LaudNegroc. .Stocks' Bonds times fur article I led lior ringlets wished You shall luie the shawl to-uiorrovv. ings upon her. 'r ou have made a better should flint and just over .it, Diehard appeared, :
:, nneccesary .I" be- Harry could slay we bo married, not at the churchof with a lantern j f r.
liutu 3011 arc ruuing 6till Coiup Io6k all day with her she could he said in the course of the evening.'Thank a more resolute man of me. Henceforth the in 'one haad, and a .
&tv. &e.. &C. Y. was sure never all Tillage where we all resided, but atone tide to a stick' rope. [
Je I in my face: let tue cec if there arc niistrlinis weary of his company, wondered when the I you fur nothing Aimiu replle-l, my life, I will: strive yet more to be distant a short walk, in which be tooka Have across it in the other J.
rT Liberal ad imccs tun on rrcrcrtr. iai your cla-tks.' Do you know I had: upholatcrj would collie to measure. the laughing, 'I'm not going to b. burdened worthy of)('U. peculiar interest where he had selectedthe you strength enough left to aifr.. ". .

if%biIy,_ __ an undo once \%lio was a wiser? lie was rooms for new carpets, and the windows with a 1 llaI.I I. The (fringe i is always catching 'How much happiness there is in doing I,, spot for family burial place;and where I upon haul this, and to bold by the rope 1fU '

rich: enough to buy all Philadelphia theIlIaJ' ) for new curtains ; h<>i>cd Harry wouldn't' iu somethiiij, and my liIlouLtIS! dou't right thought Annie, 'I have secured my he wished the ftmily registers to be kept. you up1" .- i

CALL & FLEMING. It all went to benevolent societies ; forget that absolutely indio'tcnsable shawl, drop 'enough to carry one graceful-! I husband's' lasting lure and conquered niyso'.i I It was a secluded hamlet ; and my father under'Ithuiklhaye'Isaid.and held 1 G'Of fie .uc I'
: me
I queer, wasn't it 1 liut I remember the tle- ana then began l looking thiou h her found that out one day all of a udJell'IIJ t. i I had zimpImade tbe request that I would by the rope to ,keeS "

at l&fo[ Fcii|>tiona younjvr cousin used to give : drawers. .\ you know that beautiful; satin you 'Having eyes but seeing not/ she mnr- lodge for a while at'a farm-bouse there. in feet steady on my seat, Richard planted hi.

poniciis uf him, and she said he had two deep, long : A small, beautiful gilt annual-fuch t>!he |!I. bought for mc 1at t fall for a t11'cel'ell., murol. on the next Sabbath. 'Who would order that the wedding might be performed place firmly, and hauled on the edge of his stand J2g
lines on cither cheek, miming from the thought it-attracted her fancy. She re I'm just going to have it made into a styl! have thought to find such a jewel in that at the place be fixed his bcart upon.- hand'and me up. By a sleight of _

Jacksonville, Florida root of the nose to I ho chin. Sire told it membercd how she had found it in the ish cloak, it \,ht't cost ono eighth the sum poor, hut intelligent widow, who alwayssat My duty and my interest were to obey! too weak an effort of strength in which.I

)c,71IS3G. ly hi audi a ludicrous manner that it always I corner of the drawing-room lounge, under and look much tuoru becoming and beauti near the door in our splendid church, 'Good I night Chariette/! bad not long was landed to render him the least assis I
ful.. and never was noticed the me at ".
fashionables tbe1D0uth
: made me laugh ; as it was a jieculiarity. I one of the velvet pillows the evening before i by : been uttered, before I was fairly on the of ,*
11. Q. PINCKNEY JR., : call them mi.ser-lincs. Ixt ine look at ; and believing it to be a book iut Harry drew a J long sign, but it was a I Each time I see her I leant some lofty lesson way to my temporary home. Our village, well subterreanean I could! gallery opening iDto'the t "
checks her sigh of relief and his wife knew it. Never and my. nature is being purified by her and its few just see, onJoofcii back > .1
no smooth friend she ,
I IUTF. Tfs.vo, ro.J) jou ; your arc almost as by a curried'it to her own scattered lights, were soon left that ill had only .
councils. maintained
l'nCSE" lily own ; there never will tc a miser-lino room that it might nut receive injury. Mechanically seemed an evening to fly so rapidly. Harry behind, and I was then upon ,the 'open the of ay JIOIitiollf
on ledge flint
FACTOR there. I know. Jut here are two faint, ccdtiug herself the o{>eaed the was hiuiaelf again, danced to his wife's 'Having ejcs and seeing not. There town, walking on with a spring step. On tie I ,and improved .'li.t. '.
Al \cry fount \;;n.ks! tlu this sptn Lrcx. Jt pages and. found a blank. Surprise roused music, chatted gaily us ho iiua won t uf old, was I, citing because my cheeks were one side was spread tbe English Channel ; have, might, by a dating and Tigoru i *'' Jop. ,

I co nISHIO MERCHANT, ;< looiiii[ ominous,' continued the gay, young her cucrry ; she placed the book oa her and retired u happy, light-hearted._ Using their bloom.' but since have dispensed and from time to time I could mark the sprung but to those the entrance 01 Ihi. very .

'orth COlllltrcfl Wharf\ ] wit1, laughingly Jlsk.ing.ber head. *1 wonder knee and turned carefully to thee first page > lie found his; journal; oUJTy enough iu one wIth extra servants, and undertakenthe appearance of the lightatCape Grinez, on gallery.less. J was eo ideas were BOW use-

I jnt3 ], CI.rleOu C. I.., what it moans; I think. you apply yourself to find the owner's name. In a wreath of ut. Iii: coat pockets Unit nig'il supervision of my own household, I the French coast opposite. There it was, could scarcely stand throughly worn out that J :
: 1 too steadily to business.' | daintily: tinted flowers she reac.', "Harry 1I,1itI4n.l'j '. The next y at d/nner Annie said, 'don't am health'thier and stronger, and the roses coming and going. and flashing out and dy- water and an entreaty fur

Jce1iltVhulden, Young Maitlund hardly replied, to this \ journal. you think, Harry, Mrs. Lynch has been still lend /-right crimson to make me look ing away, with never-ceasing coquetry.The .- tl1anb.precedeeven my upreuiona CIS 'I t

dvalerio gay speech) of his beautifulrift'. but turning s\Vhy il'i Harry's she exclaimed in surprise here to get us t<> go to the new church. tenuiiful in Harry's eyes. For. Harry's cliff lay between my path and the sea. 'You shall drink. .J I :i

I Paints Oil i I. and a Glass I I listlessly: fn.iu his PI.cr, leaded his ; ; 'I did not know he kept a journal, 1"crall.1lUilt.: I'aOIlU with a perfectly sake Harry I would Maitland be ever prospered beautiful.beyond. There was no danger; for, although the and I am heartily glad your to fill have{a one i f lfant, I .
; head his hand. I and good] understanding existing between tiu-m even moon was not it was bright starlight. helped ,
: upon turning the hurriedly, the I up ou,
111:FTmI. paged pansed his but first let me mention, _. __ .
lie .1.
Cli .ll". I I Charles,' cried Annie, laughing a little, at a Ira ;J O where her own naniecaught and our pastor. Now J'Lcen thinkingour ; ; saugunine expectations. became I knew every inch of the way as well as 1 understood that- -- I.n.--. Jg .I' 'I r. "!,
; ec4ltl\! f'ri>nli>.a church it so dreadfully crowded immensely wealthy, and under God was did father's walks. In you keep my aecret.. y
f KEEPS ncrllntrmrnt 'that old uncle: you know- Well, Fred and her attention, and blushing she read on.JOlh anu my garden September cannot leave this 011
Ct.\TS :m-l tllLS vl Ji.uls'AIX.- know cousins beautiful Annie we both admire Mr. Elder the new preach- tho means of benefitting his country, however mists will rise and as I place-unleW I biiDdtQld :
( CLASS; wu .\ : I CIulcr-'ou Fred and -My grows every through: his wisdom: and liberal ; approached you, which would be an I .
much hadn't expenditure iaaut.-"Khoul
beyond way return ,
Besides there \ I1I be diiierencc of any man 01 equal furtuuc in .Ameri- of the ta if and t l :
IUTttJ' LUE and Wa'SllES of u- remember him by. Now dou't go to sleep that I cannot readily gratify her every \ a nearly pretty stream which ran course what } of
.. ((1I0V 23-ly \bile I tell you ; fix ;jour bright eyes on wish. FoolUh, nay, criminal nan that 1 forty dollars pew reut ia a .'car. i ca.And through it, something like a light cloud are to nothing you but see along thee gz"ene 'I t
to this you
l4j'-.T.-'llirHt.TT.KIUUIUTT-, --- mine and tion'l even wink. They knew, was, that for fear of losing her, I dared allow !- Harry looked keenly at Annie, and she day, questioned as to running ou the ground before the wind. Have .
I c.'U is. W"\J'c his lie your promise? .
_. as everybody else did I fcuppose, that uncle her to indulge the dream that I was innocently returned the glance, so although succea.s invariably returns an answerto On, aud still ou, cheerily. In a few.min- I was unable .I'
. & DC/VVMN C. 'iiiah was immensely, rich.. wealthy. She lovely, petted reared in ho woncred at the spirit calculation that thus the query of how ho became so rich utes more I should reach tbe farm, and than to seize his to band make any ether ''hp11

: ATTOUNEYS AT LAW You kuuw.' put iu harry, smiling. a affluence, littlu thinks of my daily, hay came overJfis little wife, ho never oven then, to pass one more solitary night is almost the ,and burst into .. .
: -Kl little hourly struggles fur her sake and 1 dare dreamed of the cause. Young man, I owe it to a good wife.God's a pleasnrcable delay, a refinement in oFJrFl0. cavern. to the lace or

; Agents for Claims ''ihcre. it is provoking that I can't break not lell her. For she seems ?a being so I'll go there certainly, my .\unic. lie greatest and best boon to man. Go happiness. seclude hamlet thence to th" beacj, the' j
to her nud she will tell and
'Ou.JTilE the
\ tnyhelfof that fjolish thing; I can't think pure, to uusclli.!j. that were slio as eomeivoincn replied. 'It will encourage Mr. Eider and All at once, however, the ground gave. does really sleeping viigj
4'JO) EI-VLNTII KTUCrT, when it becamea habit ; but-you know-' to display au unreasonable vanity, how that ivu do not attend church lu indulge way beneath me. I hastened to advance ion. On the seem to mr memory Jib a-ia- t

i VASIIINGTUN CITY. She} paused blushed, and with blight- and Uut.t ino because I could not minister pride and oalcutalion, since it is avery SMUGGLER'S CAVE. another step, but the ground quivered and stopped once way across the dOWOl, Leroy .

"via|.ractice More (bo&.urt of CUimi,jwwuwute lIt I ly j'ctulant Itu\nner. that was quito becoming to her wants, I ehould bu ut all mcu the plaia meeting house, and 1 presume sank. I grasped at the bide of the yawning of resting my or aching twice more fort IU" ". .,
Clama Lcfv>ru Cungre.s ajid t:o I ) in her cried, 'I wilt conquer most Cl"alJle.. the poorest part of the cOllgn'gatiou,11 A XARKOVY ESCAPE. pitfall, but grasped in vaiu. Down, dow; breath or thai 01 taking 'l r
.erenl prut la, mysilfj! and proceeded: to tell her story, '22ud.pl am living beyond my income. branch oil; but do you think ho-.v far it down'I fell headlong. intervahsbequietly repose hlmseJr,' .Daring those ;'

-. c "hictilJy the way Harry looked fur quite To-tlJ)' f im two hundred dollars in debt will bu fur you to walk in the winter.) BV CHARLES DICEE S. When my senses returned, I could look prejudiced and rernarktd 10, m. Low' .1' .. ,1 *

nrrrnKM13U. impatiently. for extravagance, and heaven knows 1 need 'Never mind that,' ft.'lilieduuil. about me; the moon bad risen, and was him that for tlJf.irwe had all of'abe.Ii ,

JlfI.. nr:11)f, S. 'Well, one d*.' uncle 'Siah CAme from Indiana every cent l lor business. A CCM01UL. We had devoted the morning before my : shining in at the tieacheroua bole through ether; as a as childj Charlotte, he'C'onsidttrtd

h S-lLSLiuxmr, nun r. S A S. Mswru, JI. II to visit aunt Hetty and the boys, Yesterday, bought Annie an opera cloak Harry had begun steadily to retrive his wedding-day to the arrangements of those which I had fallen A glance was only too a baby playing"little Site siste almo.t eYe1lal

nun. K C. CABfLL Florida fled and Charley tried: in c"f.'ry"ay to and although fclic looked eo beautifully fortune, only! the debt of Jive hundred! dollars troublesome delightful, endless, little affairs sufficient to explain my position. Wby man for him; he for hilt Was DOt the 11'0-- i
'JlfIII1 Itolll/i; ,I'nTf.li, New York. please the old gentleman, partly on accountof radiant my heart ached as 1 gazed upou hung heaiily upon his mint He calculated which the world says must be set in bad I always so foolishly refused to allow with a little more of thdevil part, liked a citJ .
)I lefirJ.J. (L4.1.ACul',Sandbk1,0 his age but 'cwst partly as little sis her. Vet Annie has Income accustomedto to be able to meet justly his bilk order on such occasions ; and late in the the farmer to meet mo half way, and accompany No doubt he could haTe about 'JitrJ' '.

2a,23-ly _ _ III) s, ou account of their pockets. Uncle such thing: Can I deny her ? But for the rent of his expensive house and store,, afternoon, we walked down, Charlotte and I me to his house'every'evening; and no doubt she would carried her off'i .1
Thiii-W.: ; '.Siah seemed quite attracted b}' their quiet these fashionable follies, wo mi;lit live well! and the next )'eat. thought lie, 'I'll go myself to take a la>t bachellor and maid : knowing,as I did know, bow the chalk and desperately a fortnight ban Ioe.j him '

PRICE and self-denying habits, and the attention and owe nothing; but 1 do not Maine her alone. How fortune things have turned peep at the home which, next day, was to limestone of the district bad been onder- when be had once aftentard.-But, "

Attorney & Counccllor at Law, the rattle.brains showed him ; EO the day I for one moment. It is my own fault. I out to in accordance with my means and bo ours in partnership. The front of our minded in catacombs, sinuous and secret bo LIVe done with such got her, wIM '.bould 1 r

.,. 31rli ox\'Jl.J.r. FLORIDA I before he was to return home, ho said to i am justly punished fur my presumption iiiwuuimig and! withes. house was quaker-like in point of neatness fur wells, flint, manure, building materials, I and-water angel as that 1 a bJue-tleth1iJJt. #

?\\ ,hl practice to tbe Kartcrn Circuit, of Flor- them 'boys, after dinner come in the library her. Her father 1 1 would eooncr 'Annio is so thoughthtful, heaven bless and humility. But enter! It is not and worse purposes ? Amidst despairing '0 annoy os had ever Not inlf. Ut1o'tJ_ I .

dl"Ma, w>J tbo Cum-tin jf amrlton Ind Om- :; I want to give you some thing as die than go to him fur aid.. her, I never gave her credit for so much I hard to display good taste when the ban thoughts, daylight slowly! came.' A nd my father ought not'entered b. h i 1_

:erCtOIfiJfIe.. 15-lv you have been euch good little fellows since '2-1tl1.-I am getting deeply involved, I foresigh t. She has saved me. ker's books put no veto oii the choice Tho waning moon bad not revealed tbe the source of his OWQ qaite 'a krge c !,

f ISAAC -B\r AIl'l'; 1 have been here.1 You may juot i infaginc fear. Haio LorN\\'cdli\"e hundred of my 'Wnat! move into that barbarous sectionof gems of furniture, which gave the finishing extremity of my despair; but now it was buselajoo( from,, hie for'u IIticJ bold l ,

' how red their cheeks grew, and what visions cousin, must return it in three months.A ..- thu city exclaimed Harry, though secretly touch to the whole. Then pass through clearly visible that I bad fallen double the might be lying quid in harbor tqnaIa,although he I I t

tt1otnq of splendor tloated before their eye:!. bad begining. And Annie must have I delighted. 'You'll loss all your fashionable and bestow glance upon our living rooms height I supposed. But for the turf which Really is was ajoh that at pre :nt_ 1

;MLL at cuu, Fi ed says he ,remember that he looked her shawl. If I told her all perhaps bhu friends-our acquaintances, mere calling looking down upon that greatest, of luxuries had fallen under me, I must hue been killed with the bride be Should, instead or clop--

'I E. FLA. confidently for fifty dollars, though he would be contented with those she has already !. automatons, may think it just ground a terraced garden, commanding the on the spot. The bole was too large fur the eloped 'wgruomj, be bringing- honiw- i.

J1,2 1 S modestly hinted to Charley it might be ; but I cannot gather the courn c- neglect, but I am tired enough of them country-and not a little of that country me to creep up, by pressing again*t i it witb !

BLYLEI 11 only ten, and on the strength ot their expectations When 1 think of it, in her presence, lain already. Let them go-I have you.' mine already,-the farm which my father my back and knees } and there was no aSSKHS-Ms 1 ,

! { & lLINE they both got trusted at a a very coward. I must borrow still more 'liless you,' wal the reply with a look of had given me, to keep mo quiet and con friendly knob or protuberances visible up : r a.,
UOJ1.tLI'JI neighboring toy-bhop' to the amount of a and trust to fortune: How guilty and how unutterable love, and again Annie felt repaid tented at home. Fur the closing perspective iU smooth sides. The chasm increased in alt went OD slowly arid ,, .
z. AIrD ZItALP.US INroEIGN hole dollar. cowardly I seem to myself! Oh, Annie, I for all her sweet sacrifices.'I of our view, there was the sea, like a diameter as it 'descended, like an inverted Richard beQme lOre',. JJl' father ;<

':cot the only ones,' muttered Harry, wish I was more worthy of you, sweet wife saw the prettiest house todayshe bright blue rampart rising before us. White funneL I might possibly climb up a vail: od! gentleman ,cqiij good friend. nd ,the -v. f fj fv l'InJ

t 11NESI BRANDIES 'who got trusted on the strength of their -fur your sake wuuld 1 bad a mine of continued, not near so large as1 this, but sailed veisels-self-willed steamers, fitted but could I creep along a ceiling? hIm,'bat heroy' pleasure inch influence over L J.

expectations.. gold__! 0' .. I large cnuu h. the dearest-' littln limisn nfl.) two and fro for our am scinenL I shouted I lay : no one answered. I eamo rare and finanV'.d.trips'.,IOOD.___."b.. ,:. .
(lNS & SEGARS '.No, but don't sign to uoicluiiy, lear- For a moment Annie closcu tuc Iu .,- perfectly genteel, in thorough repair and We tripped down the terrace steps and shouted again and g. ,Then I. thought At the last run, he----.1.brought- \ auog.uaer. (
Ono o'clock came, though the boys declared Tears filled bcr eyes, and her good, generous twice as convenient. Besides my chief reason of coursu looked in upon tho little artificial that' too'much shoaling would exhaust my o'ler with him, and a lbreih wires .of 'f I 1'

o.3j1ciwet St Julian aflrya't strectsVe.t confidently it never \ uJd. At two, heart ached for her erring basLantl110 .- to take it is this, that' we shall be so grotto to the right, which I had caused strength, and unfit me.for the 'task' of dutch woman otgreat beauty nothiag beauez..m, ,. .. .

\ JIarJ.et square, dinner was on the table, aTthreo despatch shall sec,' she murmured, ruing as she near the new church; and you know that to I be lined throughout ,with foreign mottnliogj I measured with my eye :the ; wbo,. be. sj4 and. acccmplithmenta )

8AVJ.\'NMI, GEORGE / ed, and immediately after, Fred aud Char- spoke, 'that I ant no vain, selfish creature.. since I have had charge of a class in the shells and glittering 'spars,-Charlotte and distances (rom stratani to stratum-of: each help mate (01'hlttJ,as Charlotte, Wa afiting m ."

W ARD. EiSsELL I !lf.y with hair combed smoothly, a.id drcsstU Instantly throwing on'her graceful bon Sabbath sciiooly tho walk 'seems more fa I went.laughingly along the straight gravel layer of chalk. And then the successive lcded.was for me De he acknow. .
Attorney rfr.. m their holiday suits, crept into the net and a shawl, that though not quite tiguing.. walk;flanked on each side with a regiment beds" of flint-they gave mo the greatest bomg pariah church and aJaotook.a neigh- J. !

at Law, stud with} their checks as red a* peonies. fashionable was still very elegant, situ set 'But what will your 1 parents say?" dahlias ; that kd us to thIS little gate h* pes. If foot holes could be only cut!1Though'the into (&Yo,.and settled down it'IPPQrte 1' -

SOTARY UnLI('. Tlitf pM lOan WM tbere. Two very forward to thu tplcudid store of Mr. Gerry, 'Nothing, of course, nince it is my convenience opening to give admission to my father's feat was difficult, it might be : within a few ,miles of iii. .u And.a Lmd'1QA' .I,
AWIt O11 llle table at hi side the upholster. know own pleasure ground and orchard. practicable. The mast be made. families continue t our .
f.1I."i"r flIt' Cnut If CI.almll, small parccu:' Jy ; you they: are neither of attempt to go on in tb. "
Ilk, fteed's;. Irfck be beckoned tu niti) bo seated. 'Boys,' "I am very sorry, exclaimed the poJito'dcrk theni'Am.l unreasonable. The dear old man was rejoiced to receive I arose' stiff and oruised. No matter. way they have done the Jut freieodIy e'
New : Ilulidhil few -
J.JMJ7IcWc. b', ."14. I fl, bu said, solemnly, 'J' alI about to make youa before Annio had a chance to speak, these glum stoves,' added 'Annie. us. A daughter was what he 'so long had The first layer of flints was not more' than it .eems It.; -.-,. t1.-..... mcuaru..:_I._- ynh_ .1 .I
present of some moi.fi/1 *n<* I want you 'that I could not send my men to-day, but- rapping one with her pretty'foot' ; 'there is I wished for. We hardly know whether to |: seven, or eight feet overhead. Those once a Charlotte to enter their names may conduct

McQueen ilcbitosa, to use it discretly. You arc-young, and a counter order-' I no cheerfulness about them. Now manyof smile, or to Weep for joy, as wo all sat together [: reached. I could secure a footing, and obtain in a favorite register book. together' ). ,

,r"ORNIY AT LAW d not yet know the value oi iud.' a commodity 'It is no matter,' replied Annie 'I called the rooms there, an furnished with the 1 on the same 'rustic bench, by a tu- a, first starting-place fur 'capu. I .. I+ .

Jd"Ju\.mc. E. F. % but do as I did, bave your roorncy.What to say that you need hot take the trouble; dear delightful, old Franklin stoves, in lip-tree, which sorte 'one. said my father tried to climb to them with my feet and State Dcscret.' '
and if the damask i is not cut-' hud himself from North America. hands. the crumbling wall ;::
: : I give )'OU now is the same amount- which one can enjoy the blaze (.r wood fire brought Impossible; Advices 1"34
I commenced life' with, and by prudence j Jt/m//bu directly j you wished. orange .-and there will be such'a lessening .{oilr Uut of the uteansbywimicim ho became would not support half my weight. As for Salt Lake, to 2Ct& .of .

teHAL HOUSE and energy I bave become rich ; 'I bopo ,in
vou: ,d<> the.same. I5o honest, boys, 'J have changed my mind/ 1't'1'1icdn- two fireSj can t we?' l h never breathed a syllable tu in*. Ilia footing, it fell in fragments' to the, ground. convention. .to frame State .

T flL nOtEE tiU'AXXAII. CIA). txj virtuous.rosy and prudent; never run in debt nie, asstiinwg a carelesn wanner, 'I do not Lessening expenses,1-thought Harry'to fattierI, 'very well ;kna\y, was. nothing But, 'a better' thought' -'"to dig it a way, met on the 24th. A constitution. -- 'I .._,
I .iJ 1.Jvro b\1 bcon ml.rt'd and{mrl'O\'ed 'the smallest article, (the boys fell un wish the cLurtvk or the tapestry carpeting himself 'Annie has suspected, and yet how more* than V homely 'farmer. cultivating and make:a mount! so high that, by stind. drawn constitution wa., / t I
.It/J'ill|Le kept lAd a,a airy tradaii tingle tuii hotel cniU inallrcCALTU of ruoiw, for that) be patient bo temperate and yet, when I do I can gin;you a can' bl".I'u'anil delicate she island 'his cheeks no great extent of-not too productive 6ear ing on it, I had 'mr'knife to help me; and np and'reported by a special ewttmittce :

".flctJ"rrkea .,- e&"yat oiot fail to OOc me'rich. Now yoys 'Certainly certainly,madam'l.just as you, burned cbusciously, while his heart burned j land after much bard work ny object was ac- J> ftoin. -Which' was adopted. br tl. on_,.*..- -

.U-3t: ilELDRIM you take c the*?, receive iny blessings ; RO." please/and gentlemanly'. cleik bowed at tILe 'SiIDe time with' eatitudu. ami! Charlotte lmaifsaitI .alond.that- J she had comnllilied,.and I got within reach of the' i .It is said to be a brief-and" -plaid- -docu..- '- -fl t I

-I Tropr St'lo 'And bnw much was it, pray ?' asked her out. love._. u ':. __ no..fear now,thaL Jlichard, Lcroyher boistenmsadmire shelf. went, and to,contain nothing about ,
Uarry,liftins up !fc a' head And looking Tile smaller house was taken, t urnishcd ,.wou d.tla.re.t to attempt his .My handVbajl firm hold o( the horizontal but announces slarer/, .
fjottsc animated, ? PART SECOND. with taste and eleganceitVas'. brilliant -' reported threat to.carry lier off to the continent ill tit. Tliey .were cut with clinging; entire toicratioa wall r it -
SigtJa4 .
rettrracdAnnie. .ESSEX1SG. .EXPENDITl'KW.Annie's 1 and at the same tune_ :more.comfortable iff l1 s'uttef. Kichard's name made but I found'that, by raising myself then ligious sects and deaoroinations A torfmorial1

: 'Wby.tn5a LearlifjAnd penny piece, Fred de- next move was'toward her1 fath than llio'last. :Tol haro seen Annie I mj father frown, BU we said .no more; ,wo i thrustingray feet into the chalk1-and marl was adopted by the convention :

ClLVJ.JlE 7.AL PJUSTIXG .that Uughing.the ld mILl thoogh they:were er' bouse', In a beautiful avenue, yet green and her t\nd'tho, former busy with her I lapsed a am into-that, dreamy stale of silent 'could support myself with one hand only, mission into,tho Union two -askiag T- 1

1 U.''xsr hew j now nomauenll y locaUi, chard behavior* for the sake of the and blooming though the leaves. were turning needle, making nameless'little l : articles'the I enjoymjrtt!tt whic ,was 'lay, l iest' ..expression f leaving tbe other free. Ip work J,clearing SPPJfltedtopresent ; delegates'wertr( I
\\t tt"liita.nice*to thteilitew Of Jackauobrauchct on their good thlowethodtorebuke sere upon the trees. lablo'and loun:tf drawn'upjri front of tho ofourhappincas.{ away the chalk above the' flint, so as to it to Congress, v i iz
V'th4 abo\S aMtd solicits s shareUARKNE6& ( tiroes so them Hc,: mother'fcat alone employed in'writVbyl burnished fender and' 'rate\;\ and polished Leroy's father was called a farmer f but give.moVgreater standing room.At last,'I : 'i ni r
be to back be
,1LLX$;(L 1.-Gild .IAFS for be says happened,of tbe and'ncJo 41mg. fire-dogsj; to see how growing! nnj 'a1 beautiful on_OUt portion or the English coast there tho't I might. nnture.upon the lodge iUlf. Nearly all, if not quite allth. ,

'1 -iti..tile..&A4 Gra.lDIn 4.iapa.tc, .IJro t.iD,. t" 'fore he gotout ,awar rooms to bimsclf. Oh '\ how- unfortunate P' he cried, 'I face was, and how .radierit; Harry's, as ire many things that are well _understood By a supreme effort,'!, reached the shelf; principal railroad companies, whoedToad .

; 28-11' $iah was laughing Cuarles' wanted 'wa.'just about, to send'yuu a note, begging he looked jp sometimes from! 'the volume rather than clearly and distinctly expressed but moisture had made the chalk unctous lead ,to Cincinnati,. hare reduced -

J tbojr.were so angry the in his face togo.but to Joan lOCI your aet. oCagatu. lor tomorrow be was: reading! aloud would'[fully bare '; and no one had 'ever'' enlightened 'IIi and slippery to the baffled grasp. It 'was I to One half the (tbe far> ; ; p :
back and flIng money you customary rates
W night.' satisfied the bitthstase.tic. that by thai ignorance. My ,rather- was 'on' peaking hi rain to think \mounting higher, with during thjr
ANT ED. ,1 him tbat want of .
I ,, -. Fred reminded any re* 'What will yoa give r eiorItrnother 7' hearth-utone harrincss"YU, 1n.01''si r d terms with him, that was all i" courteous;,. no firm footing.- A desperate.I! ap across sitting of the Democratic
.1"\11.t rn.1T EATE 'UDtl\. D IR 1\EJt. : epect toward ,tho old mau 'would subject Ann'1'1 i .-.-- thin foiUiou.nS '' .; '1.L no. '. : ,', bo t"distant't .balf timid; balf m j led!ous..... the. 'chasm afforded not tho slighted hope Tention., :
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u. [ and Health North the question, you Council. BOOH .
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/ u. Senator Benjamin and his A..nutS to tt- nowthat Senators Jansdi.I9 r. i. IMl
thPrsideiton Central matterof and South.-v come r.1.t. ,
Mttnx* JtMIi : ul&aftcr.tbat'yieW as .a free
1- ., JMherlcan Affair. tOjcenfetenoa,.between the East! of mio.Inettrptri9l,; i In tho June ninnbe:De'Bow'a ReviewDr. presentatives cannot discussion enjoy,the withQbeing rightvo I Ih i At ugn1ar _tin.c4-thCOWCil., S I l.W t,pTeenkdt.thogn ,

:wA8TrnIaTotIa1 30.-The President cure: n andyourself. conducted in the every:Bectiort tlio a E. JJ._ Barton, ot Kaw.Orleans, hw speech to or brutal free assaults ; agdjiUy. must, 1 p $cnt, His Honor-P: Wheaton, IntenCouncilmea I Icij.D1 llf.i af.ent1.the ciZt1aa at"
t Senate.sted* on ; and frankness which in cnceottJioflra liable Oa] "XnV''\UliMUiyod ei&rla in favor of
Mnftt.mcsMpe: the fipiriiiof'cordiJtlity chaagingroengratulations 'cnsc published a Tcryfulll\and aU ,paperrU| of necessity, arm themscltw with sword-: tbo.cat4bment
.the \ % arbitrate Central bclcfngs personal relations-and taken by of. ndunpgj Kipp. ,. road 0
';proposition t .Ur' tOrfonr .and fearlessstand Tto. followingezrnct cxsta revolvers. To:think : throuc".th.tpri.ti.d
this subjsati.. canes or totheCounciI'that some Dragon 'oflj
the true
openod.I which dictated by I Sum It. appearing
American quston.'bOUt"asnu int1stQt 'other distinguished such attacks as, that upon United State from tb
Benmrainand es .___
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l letter of the United States and G rtih. --n.t I OSUoSWlletP.OP\11.r.-f&1lJl.e. luestion had sriseIn the 1OIttru\bqmdarr
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Te mesa. Marcy to MrtJlSiIferdMcd the I al-l.respcctfally,.yonrobedient, ar.n old-li&e. whlgs, In: the, present clis. the. : "{ of.weakening us, as alleged, oer. is craves Sonthrons, pusillanimous will ne"et..1AAfA tp lol.ler* of -FIofida Atlantic i GnlfC,ntraMmtapad MiMoori fed* U ra boundary*CaIi

4. 24th"I of )1 ajr, o.the wfcJTcVortho diffcrnce VT LMlBor.Gco. know-nothing and abolition organs affaat' 'slavery adds greatly toonrmilitary strength Northern men. until!ome_one,oftheiisnumbar .t touching t.prpprjety and i iforma.' Up also introduced .biU ba.'

*>f 0'inifih'THlwe| ; i i tUBriti gov- MTDallas, Esq.,.&c InDaA no concealment of their"rage and mor.tiflfcation as a nation. All warlike countries have 'I re!pecV has a rapier thrqst through 1 legality, of die latendan ,represent without .the- furmi\t YiJ ,t.hdw rayer.a1t11 CaTt1aotict.

t.., crnment the Mid'tha'tJoTSOii TTnited and effect State of the re = at(their want of success in securing been slave States.is stfpportftdl It furnishe-While ihp sinewsby.whichwar other Mfcribs,.or.Cls.a4' such.ghoujtl>nllet in h-be thorax the.case...It.islimentablthat ;. .yty.authority stock in said from Company the Council,on motion pear .t lha* qesbcnOd .ck the &tt4pUqcSena.t ah.

ping CstmO Aprl. 18 and for'their. nefarious designs thecea nten.nc nations absolutely require from five,- t in.b.w! kn..flatutf to be tramr. Councilman Oak, it was ananimou&ryRetohcd .4e sul&cl at an tarJI dye
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tbte eufcjkt of Central ger11.and : Vei1bn ltusr' of men-eminent .before the eight men to.carry on industrial pursuits bat it is !not That the Intendant Iw and he., )1t.tJ1..gq. dicosfled ibs po OIi to

t Mr. DalII the viei o1aoqiesenc talents, their influence, to roaintaini one,in the field aaarljf our pled oit.1'm-, is.hereby constituted and appointed agc>ton !admjt Kanssjt4 fa Uifou; &
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t of that question ou"tr male population already train ] behalf ofc Ky.d-Council, -
wWto lQU1J1CUID. in
ttte Pl'dcnt of the bead and heartwKichinave whole [ the part and He gave the rpaW wfc, l6vW y.not
'. *iit In order- that he may JACKSONVILLE : a'tbo to\ities ed':no arms-and.:wanike porsuitiin.a'degre ". Ma. EDITOR: It. may with justice be to Tote upon all matt rB, coming before .
the sent tb vIonof i
19 >o Mr
.t&dS hold 5i i vp l ,
other ,
: "0 t the Earl ole .: strong upon cnfenc far,exceeding\ that of any .people look nponthepast and s W said meeting of atockhqlders said Corn- :
: 'Cimunc, affections of the people. The biWar ready f n-d fensive or oflenijtte.neithan 'ssnl- asked, when we vewed.e\ ijwi ctiona.of the O o W,
i I' .E ". v Clatndon'There has been nodveumemon- ,SATHHDAY, JUHE. Tr JSS5S. 'and and persistent assaults of the k\-ot- our brethren north orjOS..I\QI"rUlY recorded the sure imprs.ofi thofcpt-stepa recordsof pany.On motjim the Council adjourned untfttowerroW Watur* oiuthjs.subject.. IJe a'sod.wiqonsjderabe CODunen&
: %eteon&he two niments on m.in !' the gifted! patriot .. \nation can furpish asimiazcj.a.p1e of the freedom of our.nature Uie ejrins; orclock. sewrity on the
) t tr 'of Mr. Buchanan ing organs upon political lib_ W'IIEATOJr Int. e-
% the letter :ol proud independence. history-Is the progress I. ,
heads.tliisarticle of the Massachusetts
'luLsinc eminent statesman name accusedor-cA1tncs& indolence Emigrant Aid
I. of Clarandon, in December "bs. 'The South is iaor- day and coon- Attest :A.W..1b.GcsXJ C.C.Jjt4th. Sock
called following indignant I The ttrongcst and erty on,tJ10 aavice ty and replij&to the argument of
I. last, and his Lrlip'.rply'; th".28h have ; Colh and effeminacy. Mcq
'. the Katohoz Erae animals known to man have their 1856. .; Afidi Efcrtan! -Sumncr
-of the sanw rjoSnderof ) rebuke ftom largest y ; and othi n
follow Ofctolicr. nativities 5frhoroos.in the South. No We in the height of a contest thatwithepread Council mt.
r Mu.DtchanarLon.th ing Tcader. Puxiittn b) ndjparnmeM 'Xbn.be his remarks,Mr.Wade
has.a. physical strength or the aspiratiDn&offdQm I.Wheato'
whose char- Northern man ; a blush of shame over to-dav pre8eJ1t.III .lIonor obtained the floor. The
I : i would have "This eminent statesman- physicalianduranca! superior to theKrroraon in the future ;; Councilmen Oak, Wa4, 'i u further conskfc .
The Presulcntit appears heretofore reproach when, Intendant; .
:I' his acten-has been mthout of Africa nor can bear a tion of the subject was postponed
satisfied if in expressing on the coast until
been bettel whose career of things liMns &n'.1 Kipp.. '
the satisfactory and ahv.,, suspicion- than tho Mexican; and in history shall preservetfcataacea Gourb Friday next, and the &natear
obstacles ;groatenburdon the T .
1 nsi
t t ofjiis ItfllvTf&WrJatwliby > I.e x
the approbation (
j' cnitions. & with politics won country, I ha.ve befoi Under the "American"systoa. I' *'
the controversy tttlaJJonito our own :Uiftfrve* Jacksonville, That SQ ,cutivesessioJad1oud
For Governor and the respect of his political intellectual cil .fh. Town r>f" ,
andl for t'*
.spirit both sides bo over own party ,neferred to the physical perfection effort is now put forth, which has ; > of said town, passed HOCSK
f. foes....who has, by his courteousdoroeanorand of the! natives in the an much of the ordinance or REPRESENT1Tt\"a._ .

'. .j" : I .'onliatr Clarendon'had neon pleasedt M. S. PERRY high-toned sentiments extorted praise clknatcd parts superiority ofi these Southern States,- its object the exclusion of the Partbcan April 4th, 1856, as provides for tbe of olution of Mr..Ball, oXQljip,sqlfaiuMondw rtt-
of tax
been of
\ .,' "3 The Er the in his view, OF .\LAClU.\EQUITY.Eoir even from the abolitionists -has wan-tIle The comparison with nny people with!hotJ anit G :-..thoJi aJLoCovery nation assessment and collcctioa a roytitlyliable ,. I Lia1 tf w* *ado tcd,calling ?
mcnluI. the. American Organ the dotfarr uponall upon t
and fhe millsin,
tonlV assailed by of Uiom.ludoienw trusts emr-- .
t a to portion : Ula lionow dignities,
if applied any from President
was calculated to produce fa\'orb1c ,vile'defendcr of Wilson and Banks, and good to taxation, asp.rescrabejd-5uthe act for information as to what
w of tins the : Congress docs not belong to the- A ptoSaixoaTOce AmeriCLfrce'Americt amount
and for the want olumonts of the State. advalorum
conclusion in
circulates soatenBively Olin entitled "An act.to QslAblJBhan! of money has.already been
it which attach to others.aad
i iofith
it \I
nt was fcft to conjecture the pre S. HAWKINS with unsparing however may with her republican system of taxation. in, this..Stateppro, .
GEO. he exposed
because in
Iv pre her Government. midst, finds its refutation in. very page system 'ld,Qti.d t qr utf1\.th1\ t
fr of Majesty's COUNTY. the fids assertions ottha know-notJi America !1. the homQ.on.t1Je oppressed, the ed Decsmber. X5 154, belso.aiaeadiid as !
c that his conjecture QJT logic history and on every acr- our; Gtyitio a&a'wijat :
be of fartheramonat
He could not crtain and at tha- tinis declare to which aILs to authorize the TAsssoi i Collector, of
;: but ing & And the accusationofeffemina- land1 of tho brave, an aslyum
U was wcllounded, patb' territory. of three appropriation
concerning henceforth join dsmpccatVMiirXTJ and collect the sum may probably be
c that tt thM finds its. answer in have been invited. to assess wqw'tu
irJElcctorSy mus slander and nation
t -n1C naH' C.c.\.lAnJJ.. ..un right towtprcssnissen cy is a of every name the dollar for Railroad porpo complete tho 7
a same
: JHhad ; tori6 and mills upon agreeably
't arbitration by a difes" A. LONG of Pof efl ;l .c i\nv.. been opened for
r M. Mle 11lorlca. ho could 6n then d Tv a di;whoso. dDOfS. further tax shall be levied
; not au4 plia
the seasons-why no sent of
if he see, construction
tir .
between tw governments rla. gave Us 1" ; reqneitinz
CAMPBElXofTOest has shed btooa wide u. b
tnce R. D. 'orlda.AUS coulil Strnis! the prowess of America 1orevQky "- 5' 'h..., nnrnoses. da!newe.. qurwjjt.: year,
P.-'. tive to CcntfT America. affiliate wi it pcty, thn like black for ihe rights.of man. tbQ.blighb the !ee, is.nom the battleficidt.fa proideu the same 6e lounu .. .nt. : minuf information in regard to.the '*ork
i Mr. Marcy says i would superfluous GETTW,1; i90or ara.At! CDC it no.pro of lum southern 'la sofching..then, need the South shrink -political contesi which must, if it he- And it ifrlhcr ordafne& That a tax,of 'on tJTreaauryasd rvoOIl"lteDliou.
the President I
to dwell on the regret which .oonty.ttr guard. th papr in comparison with the Northern,portionof' ekven cents in the hundred;dpliatjj of property ,Mr. Stephens, off Georgia
Illbru i preeente
>1' that the of this nature that could defend W and decided in favor of the aspiring pasty tend assessed and *
built W
entertains been State tax
proposition intended C. ZMerla iiccraatbomzcd" be coveted than its and i if this Union. NJO& only has.it liable to written. arjnmpnt of 3lc..Gtflegi ill
Her Majesty's lkaun. more to praise the constitutions df'the Stales : :
which oTrment enriched by thepwxhwts of Southern in changing collected. said property in said town
and upon
p. final.one, Agnt flth Sf it praise him Mr. Benjamin might \up :Nw Mjowasordsed CJ es.tedttlect.JQP .
a sb.I
t a but some of the principle I audi thO.t otth-T&Titcd S11aes. Jacksonville! for Qocpocatjoo. Qurgoses .
\ ; authorized industry,
'What evib
i chape j T. BAT,ESKJ-.u our Agln the ancient, .
1. the commcncmcnf' fired 8cb D to i the A g.I for WI. ofCarhlenton, S. C. ':have I maim done that this fellow praise ne1 :nations ot tha-world arc de.pcn&nt pn>the The history of the world in regard'to fur the currsai yea \Q.be pibart

I "j have atradc and upal Ii Its malice is impotent, and that the, Southern States, not thsifi-commercial but political contests is simply this: In al1ng6S On motion, Council adjourned.F. ception repurtsJTrom standing wnjiit-
P'P' t on t Clarendon government.seemste> assume that ACCEPTANCE OF COL.PGT1UY. power, and not the will, is lacking to sting ,; Uieirsocial aesides extistence the and Mthjch stability.lays Here the, and'nations some libaral minded men Attest: A.W. DACOSTA. I. WHEATOX, C.C. Int. tees and the disposition of some unim
In. goose
batwttnthe two countries the letter of Col. with its poisoned fang. This indiscriminateabuse Uict the tant business, the House adjourned. '
ttdtfcnc We publish to-day eggs lure is the fountain w.llich have though, hit and acted, under
of the golden ;;
the who the
of tJ
conwntton ,
merely "i'errtation" accepting the.nomination for Governor. prefer preservation sinks lowerin originates the wealth of modem nations, paomptitigs- their- higher nature, and. L4Leou S. Verry \.ece Tczsnay,May 2; 1U&
under- Per Union to only
elf so party prejudices I from,th fol:o5ng.letter l ,.
Northern of this : It 'rittbe son i-
of the
l sod by this government, which docs not short, to the purpose, public estimation the press that can so and especially part have formed the party acting on the ptfarciple nomination S.SA1=A sobijol1.w-offer !
Is1eter.s her manufacturers the
t : understand that at the date ef the treaty, .and h expressed. I contains indulge its spleen. Mr. Benjamin needs nation. Her merchants her seamen, all derive .o$' gaining the greatest good for-the that Mr.. Perry accepts lies oxe.5, providing.. fo* the ad ltDt.
had possession or occupied but is ; no defence at our hm: 8. His speeches her shipping, influence tendered?to him.by the Democr; ic- State
I Great Britain any no unnessarcrbiag comprehensive and wealth from these much greatest numb';. oth r oen under the oCtto present session, of CcEgje on .
.j Central Aonanka, w- vindicates his character and have placed employment the office of ao ef1Jl'.
in lp
o ,. any territory the British establishment ofBelize enough any good him in the first rank of orators. lIe has slandered Southern States. A hurricane of their lower nature, hue: forced' Convention, n 31st of July. The bjlj top ,id ',r \he'

I le5&i't. tiith was Us dependencies the same n Democrat. He writes just like a man who hut followed tho course of otihej fatu'uotic' on a late or early frost considerablo that destroys portion the of the party whose principle is organization Yi; CREAM, J&y ISA, 1S5S; .introduction of a uniform national Code ot

defined be br treaties with Spain tot will make a good Executive, who uses whigs who have temporarily enlisted un cotton erop.of fctt a it all the markets of the fur the benefit of the privileged classes. GENTLEMEN: marine sigoab'as considered and pwoL.
bo a consftjred as British possessions or territory -. language to convey ideas end 04 te suppress dCII our banner and should his old partyever : ; the wotld Souhis to.the extremes* rango of mUiz&tion. In the memorable struggle that took I Your esteemed: faior of the 1S& The late assault on M ,Suranet KM COOK
revive he wiSt return to. his first love tha "at ttoa DGao-
in Americ off them the shameless Drought or floods, which. materially injure place in tho latter part of the Eighteenth ultimo,Informing mo men ted 09 by several senator. Mr.Cm
That is the only construction We cannot bat aote : pro cratic State Convention htkl aA NEadison, ;
'1 ".' tho v, declaration exchanged possible between Mr.Glaton Bye theby, the onlly objection we have fligaey of the American Ofg-an. that upholds the cereal crop, causa gaunt famine tho to Ceo.tury about one hundred years ago name was put in nominAtieth as its candidate made a fusthes-explanation,h. refine* to,

and Mr. Buhvcr,at the time of ex- yet beard urged against the Col.is one which abolitionists and assails the character stare million in frightful the face, and becomes th* principles of the two parties were my fox the office of Governor of the the letter of Mf% Qdnf> n.to tbj. rlc '

s.I.. ob.n v fc Ie ratification of the cvnvention.ing will no doubt astonish his neighbors, and of southern men, and ask haw bang harbinger"Nor tbMl pestilence.sound grounds for ought out in holds relief in England.- Stat of Florida,* readied me by due Milmesbury, to which,ajlnsiun! b.v Wbn

..' f t AT. Great'S-lad Britaiar if. it pretcn-is now it is, fcth t he is a proud man, and very inbospltable. such journal wilt ke tolerated eJe1' the opinion are that the.aay South is not as susceptible Her-people-, from various motives, left her course the of mail reception, and a of reply the was Resolutions delayed, been made. The Presip .\ Teto of tin,
accy is used at a distance of dense population as the North. tha Ifth
British Government that only a shores in the previous century, that body. Endorsing most bill making appropriations to.removs o&>

'I'e! tho Mosqnidto Indians, from.his residence and amwcgst those Affairs Iu Kansas. The capacity to.sustain A large population came to this Continent and formed Colo-t cordially passed by the Resolutions of the Convention. structions from the mouths of' ft* 5fM*
the of of the '
I $ tam,may take with military oreo who to not know him, and i the last shift Tie telegraph advises us escape depends soil for thos upon articles the fxoductiveoess which ar necessaryto nies, which, kfi themselves anJ: the I will say in the language Qf another, sippi river was discussed for the renuux
and his
_'' az! Juan del Nicaragua or any of desperate unprincipled men. All ex-Governc fieeder from Kansas, 5up4ArI: huUAao. lifov w) this h%& been operation of the principles imbibed pwvious "that it is an office that sol hlhe.b der of the'day ; and it was the tvu2ftUj)4i)
t in Central America, such preouldl a1 safe arrival at Citkag wlier, xx doubt, r.cf.uscd1: ?iilJ I therefore acceptUb
its sought not
l him of
: know
J. irreconcilabletvitli who are acquainted with him, shawn Ly the extensiveprevalwic* to their leaving became prospeoa ing that a rote en, the question should
tefusk1p& >e so emulate the heroism tiiStt&ace the. high position assigned
I totny he will now displayed of the
.1' airjdca-ef independence or neutrality to b generous to a fault, and as hospitable capacity to produce every species and happy. Afterwards the misrepresenttatkxx taken to-r wrow, i U possible.
:! Colonel Lane in Indiana. The subjoined in such eminent profusion j and
.: .-y-of Isthmus as to render the convention as the shores of America before the ad- by ccreatla be kft herc Rut of base men in America in power, me.The recommendation of Pre&Uni Piegce- HOUSE or REPRESENTATIVES.-After diH,.
tie the United despatch from Chicago dated lay the! question swght safely .
than to of KnowTIlECrNCINXATTl Nethsui. L with tho oune advi.sets was expected. The empka'io S icpresenta- several resola
4.' nugtory. vent there is scarrery an article Vial nourishesman combined d stratagems posing unimportant
'., States.t 2&, contains some further particulars in relatioo tive of the Kansas issue-the South 50-
arbitration the CON YtSTION. which is ,tOot more easily and of Ge. srge. the Third formed a party !Mr. Walbridge,of Michigan. lu'bmi1I14"
: 1. Instead of submiting to to* the closing scenes at Lawrence in the South than iu i th3 heart should beat warm towards him. a.nc1
i involving- scb last mail do not produced \\Lich embodied the strength of the king- I the enthusiasm of OAF report from the Committee a. Public
: pretensions consequencesr Our accounts by the The Westport Times of the 23d state North. In the raore Southern porUon. his name excite
any way consenting t rstor. extend beyond the temporary organization that the congressional investigating com where two crops of grain (as before saJ) ikw, the great majority, of which the in- people. Let saginto,the campaign with I Lands, making a grant f alternate we-

b effect to the'treaty with such possible of construction the- ,he convention, by calling Mr. Medary, mil tec were still at Lcavcnwortlu Mr. can be produced every year on the same famous BUTE has the credit of being the our Ixuxas Opening pruiuStjr ia the breeze, I lions of the public lands to the State of
in judgment the Constitute
.. i his duty, to its an- o of Ohio to the Ckur. New YOlk and Schuylei-writes that Mr. Conway and himself soil, and garden vegetables and fruits in I morag\ spirit dttviag many years. This having inscribed upon Stole i&i fold Rights and the Michigan to aid in the construction or.
VresWkntr\ propose awl Union Ii
were set at liberty on the 20th. Mr. the utmost abundance, they do not always its tho destruction of .
object .
States had
to rekase the United I party tain railroads in saidStat n.
auirornt as by
eo I Missouri are cf thePeople to self-government
represented twodeiois the South flights
in us
at Lccompton
Brown was a prisoner exist of the same quality
: from obligations not attended by any benefits each,which were bath very property excluded and Governor iRobiosou was ia a similar at the North, merely Lccausc'e are not everything like liberty anx 5 the then .' rt1ig 3-ttJifcation, awl iu> proscription of and object of the bill aceoffipanjibg the i.
thus incurred
;t '0 and which obligations that they absolutereciprocity from participating in the proceedings situatton. compelled exercise the same care in their I American Colonies ; the colonists were Amcttiw citizens. whei f -beta ajul victory port were stated at length by Mr. Wil-

\ .. upon of the restriction supposition was incurred by until the Convention could b regularly "After the arms in Lawrence had been cultivation for a livelihood, and because denominated Rtbtki, whom they were determined ncUS most assuredly :i a.which our efforts. bridge. Me'.IIrs.Jones ,of 'Tcnnmet\
Fo tb kindly nut you
: delivered Governor Shannon was requested and more important staples are make In opposition ? >
!L Great Britain. organized, and a decision be had upon the larger to SLAVES* to communicate the action of Craige of North Carolina. and Lotchea'4Virginia
!. by the citizens to interfere and prevent and we hate: not la tie-* were pleased
The rredeut he cannot do any- credentials. The Missouri delcgati on more profitable, to Ibis party wKkh embodied: the classes Convention gentlemen my sin- made attempts to *.& -
. 14? says their outrages, bt,t declined. Mr.Schuyler then for sustenance or comfort on the the ofn
ding whith could be taken to admit, either in the act of entering the lan were stopped called upon Mr. Oliver to induce him to pend minor productions, as those in less favored who were influenced by pride dominion, cere thanks, and permit me to tender, sion for the purpose s4 wa&fyg numbers
p that there is a question of the Convention
f implied
\ e of them his influence with Governor Shannon and avarice there was a oobk band through you, to the members
_. in his mind relative to the true construction by the door-keeper, when one use regions."In power of high considera to submit thlr xiewi against th tjitofk
t t of that cm'cntion. and he feels knocked him down and they enteredbutupon and Mr. Sherman made a similar request the South we arc comparatively governed by thee4ernal principles.of troth, assurances my of raJJbroad gsaats ; but under .the opwvtion

; bound to take care that in entertaining thepresenV being informed of the decision of the Mr. Oliver promised to answer in f1tcenwi I free from sectarian'disagreements about woman's, no bigotry justice benevolence and hunan broth <- tion.With sentiments of lvg\ reganl of the. previous question, the bill wufinaHy

0. proposition of arbitration he (hal Convention, again withdrew. The "Bor .";Previous: Ltit \to iectcd.tho entering Lawrence ,no false ridiculous philanthropy l humbugs or jtscudo-reh- hood, which sougth to shield the theaprosHjrous :1 bAn \ #'howt' to.remaiivYwir pa.sscebyano.tectZtut\Ii nUJ8.
'; not to rnderstooI/as actuated by posse rights, the and c&ft sHunt
don't like stopped in Governor Shannon that if the attends to his own busim-on, colonies! from oppressive ,
slightest feeling of distrust regarding the der Ruffians" being agreed cion;each M.S. PEltRY.

p .t.j, : treaty rights of the CuicdStts; but thePresident Kansas or elsewhere, but we would rather arms were delivered to Colonel Sumner, and is contented under the blessings a kind I tyranical: acts of that majority,and ave to To Messrs. B. F. Wardlow, B. C. Pope Mr. Barksdale, being entitled to tM
only a sufficient number of men wouldbe- Providence showers us in such ex- constitutional liberty I tLa
is not prepared some upon and evident from
.1 say them planting their socdoligers into them the free and J. C. Smith, Committee. floors stated that It was ,
of which tee allowed to enter to make arrests. Afterwards haustlcss profusion. I .1ft
of the questions fact concerning enemies of the I they had enjoyed.The .- manifested to pass the raiirosa uw
the two governments may not be Democracy. he declaired that the arms should "If, then. we compare the soil and productions Public Meeting. i feeling .
i-1 conveniently determined by arbitration or delivered up to the posse and that the argicultural and 'mineral, the climate contest in England has terminated. of the citizens of Mica I in which he fully participated, that,

t by some analogous method. TiE KNOW NOTHING S. NOMINATION hotel, Heraldoffice and breastworks should and nalubrity, tho scenery, the comforts History has cronided the begining, the At and a meeting its vicinity, held at Micanopy on 1 though he had several days since raccwfrd

,. Of this class objects of inquiry is thequtstkm We learn through some of the return be"destroyed.The mob shot Indian Lawrencein and refinements intellectual! of l and>fo which moral give qualities it progresa-and the end, the result of which .nopy the: Sfilh alt, the 'following Preamble and ia obtaining the floor in Committtt tt
limits of an near the
what are the rightful establishment a charm that "
showed that might was not right; Resolutions were uaauusaouslyttdufjvd, he would n.b hav* aa pftnniry
I at Belize on the side of the ,ing Pilgrims, that tb Tallahassee Convention mere wantonness and tho Delaware which give clevatation in the scale of the Whole,
4 whicb.prodtiCe its truth justice and equality,in regard to the viz: addressing the House' for seier4
state of Honduras; the qncstion whetherthe D was expected before hand have tribe threaten revenge. high civilization, those The measures adopted! by the ,

I T V: t'' Bay Island door do not belong to thatRepublic obeyed the behests of the Although the above despatch bears on its wealth and those which assure its indepen-" great interests of mankiud in their dQmestic : General Whereas Government up to the present days,as it was absolutely necessary tJ theshoaVl

4 and the question a to what extent of Tallahassee and St. Augustine,and nom face the unmistakable marks of wilful mis- dence we have no reason to complain. social and civil relations, are not to be lira, for the e-xpulsioa of the Senunole Ia- leave the city tbr a few dajt-

,: country is is in actual in jthe term' inated Mr. David Walker for Governor, representation, we give it, first, to show [From the Charleston Merozry.1 sacrificed by party organization however dians from the State of Florid, bay been on to-morrow of neat day Dt ."M
Mosquito or occupancy) The View of the Subject. and omnipotent it be for the wholly inadequate for the puqxose,; and the floor,but with the Mderstanding -
Right may
Candidate that the laws and enforced strong therefore yield
"c. ;.. of the Mosquito Indians, considered a Indian and Joseph M. Baker, Esq.as their were duly fully Indian outrages on both the lives and property tW
t = *and with such territorial rights only for Congress. To the candidates Lawrence witnent any loss of life and The Pittsburg Gazette after indulgingin time being. of our fellow-citizens are being.daily that it would begjfe

I .tint description of persons are entitled. personally we have no objections whatever. with less destruction of property than attends SenatorSCMXen's the usual amount of howling recent eastigation and railing, Let the men of this day and country, committed with impunity. And whereas, immediately upon fcis retariK."WtosESDAT.May..

.j. J.I I' ,to chuai law of according Great Britain to the established and tho United public They are both gentlemen of high character the suppression of a serious riot in comes at last to the following sensible view who seek to deprive our citiftis of the many fertile and fair portions of dtifr'SUte 23;185&

I .' States, <>" of the independent states which and aside from their one of our large cities. Indeed, the difficulties of the question. It sees that if aggressionis honors, powers rights and emoluments, are fast becoming depopulated for tbe want SKSATI,-Mr,S wasd presented the ett-
11 r. an rspctabity. to be the policy df the North, it is necessary under our system of equal rights of saitabla and efficient armed protection. has beta reelected
t lave succeeded Spain in Amert remembering unobjectionable for the at Lawrence sink into utter insignificance enjoyed deem it no lees the denliab! of Mr. TTadtevidio
also we
f b armed band, well And whereas
ptitic to have the as as
I 1 that no power part of, with and privileges learn a lesson front the.persecution of Ohtofcr the
;b t. for they are respectively compared know-nothing venomed and malignant voie_ duty of the Genera) Government to protect by the legislature
: ofcs. whic the tongue
i Britain and the United States to dis.
: : Great and at Cincinnati Louisville of the American Colonies: let citizens &the enjoyment of their from the 4th cf Jfc&
of the rights of candidates. they are Know Nothings.In riots massacres We are surprised that the North has not our term of six years
t\ pose sovereign Nicaragua fancied St.Louis and New Orleans. Second its to this fact long since. To them bewarelest the judicial retribution lives and their property than it s. her from the select womittee -
'! .. vr of any other state of Central Ameii. A evil for them(only through a opened eyes of obedience to her next. Mr. Pearce,
whatever have been the amount thataT in Congress, and war in visited the Empire of England for the privilege to require us the circnzn5t14'
political necessity wo would fain believe) that may suppose_ upon ; .investigate, .. ..
I It ea.Mr.. Marcy concludes as follows:_ that Kansas, could be successfully conductedto political crimes of the majority be 00. laws.Resolved )11' ---.
I.T. .. they have given in t this political 6ULtI of property destroyed at Lawrence its issue by such champions SUMNER ,therefore, 1st. That we the tenning,the recent assault

r '' t.. All those questions instance of political the geography upon our country, which has destroyed destruction was tauntingly and persistently in the one, and GREELEY and REEDEX lathe again, in some way, .inflicted DID this citizens of Micanopy and its vicinity, do, snbmitted .a written report to the did
4 ,regard in the 50\erclg- I dream in which fanaticism country when, among oar free white inhabitants .in unqualified terms,censure the tardy and jurisdiction ont&
.f'i j ty anti jurisdiction of tho forever the prospects of'so many worthy invited by Its citizens through recog- other, was a that the Senate has no

'i t statesof wntrl.mcric. Great Britain but misguided men. We are sorry for them, nised organ. On the 12.th.day! of January alone could indulge, and which is likely to they by law establish a ocern- inefficient Movements of the the General Government member of the House and accowpw"*V
in means
1 and the no pretension of forth the be dispelled by the recent developments. ing class, other than what we now have. ; providing requisite transmitting the facts aDd
f .: :i t Stats and would much rather for their own ekes. last the Herald Freedom put South certainly has become generally for protecting our Stale against the evilsot a resolution for
thus intervene for the accessible to all and raised into agreed
,, ,,. t their own except mutual purpose that they had been contented with their following challenge: convinced that it \Is by hard blows, and not equally a savage warfare, and in expelling from affidavits to that body j which was and

t defining ar3singout engagements they obligations may have, present official positions, where they could Come one. come all slaveocrats and by loud blustering and insulting denunciation power by universal suffrage. And may her borders a race beings who are whol- to. The Present's veto of the river

1 4b contracted, in order to assure how far they have remained snugly at anchor, until this, nullifiers ; we haVo rifles enough, and bullets that the sectional quarrel is to he set. he learn to say in the true spirit of the ly devoid of every sense. of moral obligatIon harbor, bills wa* djscuased at length. Xi'

''i 'concerned the neutrality and independence untoward storm blows enough to Bend you all to your (andJudas's tied. We need not pay that this has been constitutional liberty of Poland,worthy to sustained Lbs course of the I'ret'
them over. That from the conrsahitherto Mason
0' t 'own 'Ifvou're ; for the last Resolved 2nd.
) place. coming twenty Mr.
: of tho American Isthmus. our opnion years.For of
We also learn that they have associated j' bo inscribed in letters otgdj on by the Government, we i in sound and fctfcal
'. as collateral considcra- I why don't you come along the last year, the country has rung pursued dent a
I.JI ," affecting only the construction of the with them on the Electoral ticket, a gen Commenting on tho above, the Journalof with the threats of Frccsoil resistance in adamant enacted almost three centuries deem it unsafe aS'.l hazardous, to wait for Bell, of Tennessee. ,argued' that the gonfll-.

: I .tons between the United States and tleman who has acquired quito an unenviable Commerce : Kansas, and the Southern people have ago A. D. 1363,-''AH, whether of Lithuanian relief and protection commensurate with ment hd power to make these IIIIp.coJ'

"f .I ..,taty they are which, foolish speech says been told that if they ventured upon'that or Polish, or Russian extraction i in our wants, from thAt source. alluded to a bill which habiA
Ola .ttaIJ questons notority by a very, very, swaggering were an infallible indexof would be welcomed withSharpe's yro/cJ 3rd. TtL | 'tf,ow of the foregoing menU,and '
territory they ClriI'K4n1 :
if not by between of
.S agreement of this dominion shall\ he eligible the harbor
: t which be made on the Public Square at Philadelphia wo should have expected that eveiy part dcn
; i the two governments themselves the courage rifles and bloody handa to hospitable facts, we earnestly solicit Ifa E cel- reported ::3 tIho
., .President would not decline to refer ar last spring after the adjourn mont such an editor would be a regular fire-eater graves." From the incessant and to all honors, dignities and 'rust. l lency, James 1C, Droome, Q 07. of the StaJe.txfyiarida S4tth Carolin; n t for the.1Ie1l .

bitration. t of the first National Know Nothing! Conven when the time of trial came. But he was terrible noises made through the North, without distinction or exception, according to Uke such measures in the the be ,:fit orT DJId,
"qrQr .
I. .off in season to avoid the collision, and re- almost led to that "death vmost\\\ speedily and effectually \ St i', 'VIiJII.' -"
: De aar bf the existence of mans' tion. We allude,of course, to Mr. McCall. we were believe! to his merit AMICEES premises, 'M *-wi.1." '".ise--
has been
that his office Mr. Butler Bought
port says printing would be future Indian depredations
obstacles to the of or victory 'liberty dca.th. prevent figuardianship.
,Dcr differences adjustment of this nature any b He is reported by all the papers of the dayto destroyed. This last, and the burning of! the battle-cry of the Freesoil warriors in z., The New York Journal of Commerce without furth| delay in waiting the action able to take care of becself'WltM'1

Ii 11 of which difficulties Great Bn}- have remarked upon that occasion, in the Free-State Hotel understood to have Kansas. But, mortifying to relate while says that the mania in that city for of the General Government ;and that Mr.Cass fcsiffd ft j j

'arlrtion.tbe United States had expei4enciln speaking of the abolition proclivities of the been owned by the Massachusetts Emigrant these shouts have been echoing through the building splendid houses has abated. The if necessary,',m order to accomplish the desired onthe subject I in reply to Mr.UMOBv\
the attempt settle uch and Aid Society, are events deeply to bo regretted press of the North the men of Lawrence end an extra session of the General\ Senate wsr
by means, a Know Nothings the ttjj
NorL\er addressing and cannot circumstances most elegant building in that city cost the was late a.nd
nrenouB controversy the subject the justified by any have been upon their knees before Governor Assembly of tha State of Florida, ba ordered sceoruinS'Jmada .
t.mboundary; bctwetn the United States anc a Northern audience, which have yet come to our SHANNON, and the rampart correspondent $225,000. It names others that cost $150- at the earliest i date practicably and a motion to adjourn was .

the British provinoes in North "ll voted for Frank Pierce and his Kitchen knowledge. There is, however, reason to ofthe Tribune fleeing from that illfat- 000 and $100,000; and it says there area ; ;{<3$q/p ll 4tbt. That in view of our pro- and carried.

I .n. of the Powersof ch should saul a voice behind him.] Yes Go forgive part of tho sheriffs posse were resorted toby ed, at a safe distance, to see only a cloud to-morrow. 12 o'clock, and then meet again i I1Qu.iz business was lllpo A
t consent to undertake Europ" of such ubit me,' said the speaker,'(or that I have way of retaliation tor the firing by the of smoke and dust rising over what he supposed almost any of tho royal palaces fo'' the purpose organizing a company of large amount of tb

: ;:;ii: j i." rat ion as now proposed, would repented of It. There is now no democratic inhabitants upon the posse, and probably to be its burning ruins. If he was of Europe. In one of these houses one armed Volunteers for ,the purposp of protecting to-day in the shxpe of repor 4 -IPP ftj o

'I form the duty i with perfect impartiality per ; party. I know, said hp. that you of! It will turn out that the firing proceeded. not petrified on tho spot it was evident apartment was fitted up at a cost of$25,- our homes, out I'YWr ant our property standing coramittcca, & \1 S PtM

but to apply to any power t do this.would;; the North don't exactly like slavery. We from the hotel and printing office. If so,,. that it was the extremity of his fears that 000 or $30,000.. 'It was time for such from the 6fldd in att;pfes. of our unnatural referercecfthle'flni'V13 pabliC and,ICQf "

"* f Ulcm ) $If granted,. don't ask you to love slavery-an to lei nothing would be more natural according saved him from being convertpd into any. I and heartless fb&s bins which in.tfoduced: .fr
? were
y .,., would t add to &nAct'hich dutiet the truth, 1 don't exactly lie ,tarerijmyself to the ways of men, than to return the thing solid. But we relqw tq ite), Pitu- maul to: abide J Kuolced, 5th.' \t flip pappr of QUC Yorl he OOl1\lI\it$ P

."th labors and burden of settling the com- ", firo with such weapons as the posse had, burg Gazette. Its remcdj i ia thus propog, 4l; England pretends to have lost by- State, be rpniips.tetj to nqblisd the foregoing New .ffQm bnl 4i saaC
including, it appears, one or two pieces oC Resolutions, a qd that a of the lie! Lands rq te4 1\
t plicated differences of other governments, This Is tho language of a Southern man ed! officers and soldiers., copy jflioa Ofr"
the only 22,457
He would greatly prefer that, In a con. a Northern audience, and one who is cannon. fe It is timo now to inaugurate a change.It war 1I't'"t1 tip senr t. tuo Secretary qf War. of public 1 laqd.s (abqqt on.e- the
I I -1 IroTersy the present, turning on t can no longe be permitted that all the The French loss is 60,000 at least. CouqtOrloff Q.,W, MEANS, tq the Sto; qf LqqiaiUW tqstruption
4 llk now'made candidate before Southern Know-Nothing I
I f the matter pint. a Consistency blows shall come from one side. If Southern admits that the Russian loss is 500-, I t'wfrnHzwLW. ;' ( railroads in said Stats.

-\referred t ggrpby. or" more of people. I may b said that it makes no A New York paper says that of the one men will resort to the fist to overawe 000, Add the Turkish and Snr4.injan|ps- COOK, discussion, the bill 121ps4

f li ;: .ainet men soicnoo who do iol. difference, as he II only a candidate for hundred and forty-nine members of tbe and intimidate Northern men, blow must Ac aqd the whole may tip something Secretary. protracted
'the Intellect Europe and that he be given back for blow Forbearance and, ape, ,, May 2fith, }856. b3r ft
o IDcriea and Elector. I; is very true would New York State assembly for last year, kindly deportment are 'lost these short ate million of men.. "What's that, to I Tiuup4TMJ I !

I : jrhowith epectSTe governments previous,mljht tn5nt well, undertake make a very fitting:Elector for such a most of them elected as know-nothings, Southern ruffians. |fr were upon as well' tq thP cqm>rt'of seeing\ tIp. 1m1\n qf rowc, ? t Henry Ward Bee hcr, in a 'sep- 1101140 bt1igrsxting

the task of determining such nueslUoottfthcacccptancoasweljDf > presidential candidate as Fillmore,, but It there is but one American parentage.. throw pearl* before, swine as turn on, B.Q nicely! adjusted 1 mqn Qn the Brooks and Sumner affair a| P'Leaisiafl

r "' her Ma- Is important a showing the extreme looseness This was Francis 13, Spinola, and oven he cheek to them when the other is smitten, '- h.is church in Brooklyn,was quite violent; Eobll *&!& ** an' ''

r : -'" atgov rnmsnt u that tho United with which, this Know Nothing o.r bad an Irish father,his mother being anmerican Under the circumstances rjovv prevailing, i'llf 'Squadron Ordered .toGreyttflrn' in) 1114' denunciations of the South from'and Kansas slav; 4

; 'Stttct, Wither i religion nor manhood require submission ''NEW.Y I MaI 31,1856. cry, Alluding to thp news an tq ftj4 i the qtfl1CtlO
American even at the South are dis Not of the others % ,
WAS that liberty has. new ma- uieUZ5
r *.1 Ton are lnstroct, thercfi.re, to catci to such outrages. ,Northern men The U. S. M. steamship Empire City he rejoiced in, those SUte*. 4
Into communication with her p t treat the Slavery question. I I sprung from natives on cither the father's must defend themselves j and if oujt present has rrivetl at this port, 11 Tim [left Haya- tn'. It thefO pre was martyrdom for rjilroads esjdeq 4L Vttes

; Secretary of IToreijn, Affair Majetfllrncipl in 1 Dot only l tolerate, but reward tbe or mother's tide I representatives will n<4 fighj whcna n.% on Monday, the gQth ins;. principles, b{ sajd' it ja, In/those who hare. ccelip4 fr !! li 1O disi53'Cratnpt

: Central America, in order expression 0(. swb opinions by a candidate tacked, Jet us .find those who will, it, is Tho'steam trigp ueAana'' arrived lost their live* abdj property Jn Kansas. rqwirlg

?f JtO In the first plaaa whether the t- at home wilt they not tolerate in U.S.GOVERNMENT FnrucEI.-The Texas not enough, now, to have.backbone j there at Havana on Monday, and .wa ;o saij fcc Tp]) nlict bas nqw begun. and shall it will,driveijf nofcpas3 aq4 tranmhtt1fl V
Uei cannot be promptly terminated 'ha debt is now rapidly being audited at.the must be strong right arms, 'and a determination Key West the same evening. The |tP3 ,- until 1ib PF y OP despotism deuce in. relation to the eah1t *

q p by; direct negotiation) if they ,Northern candidate for tc.Presidency; Treasury Department. After paying rising tq use _thom _The voters of the ers Sutmehanq gn.d Fulton and (ho slqflpsr i j opponenU JRtfl' t h P 8ea. I( canqot' heavoided. and $bTy.itta dP r

'J. : Cannot'tlich".Jo' discuss the c ad ol c ,steamer Ztphtr,whilst lying seven million. tin this score, including interest Freo Statps in vindication_ -%;F, AWn ot.war.AU'f| \nd ratogn were. tq npq-. !The principle haying be ''vfHh-beeqbrqagh.t"ntq tio. 4 toni M TvKiifcto.thoEOiition !

-rbltnstsflwtrpun those pointi of dif inc at 1 wo regret tol learn, took"fire, there will, it is said bo a surplus at manliness will hereafter, in addition! tq inquiring cecd. directly fo_ Crey. t-own. \..' }tt conflict declared, i if cannot that be' pow:: (rcm.Mr.Marey. 'assumed I IBOvernment.5wM th
sio alone this method and was totally.con>mrvcdonl M Saturdsynight. the close of the fiscal year, on the thirtieth or candidstesTiriy you voter so-and- 1 t .IJ : drawly PTc called &ftecsof!
: 4 r .bic or applicable; it L Further jwrticuUts Wc b.a.ve not of. June, estimated! a I over' se'rciftrtn, : ,' Wil.lon8 so, have tb'tfaUrgo tno basis"of 'Intcrroga NEW YORK, May 31- Cottqn" Is' firm' red" civil war to'klavcry, to their rrclr upon!cs. read; and,
PlAt 1m. be true
:, : lto% assumed that other points

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.1i'- ,4f. ATION'\YO K'FOR. tlE.'T abolitionist appear to :nsider'the .. nc \ lit -, ',., >

t\atkl"f ; \_ or SU1DDerial'; shten ""
co ao : tob.wm. Jal famalga.Tba LOT'rERr. .

ft lo e.t. I."w"d t1duDODthktka l iheceivu.iLilut They yen dIY.l of'm&rt'T, id ncW C 'DO. about 1 IIlit *or T".m'f .

lTJ' "\ JUI wordtg) ,"M &hould N ,'mn il they think they have had one furnished The cmlIMr1.tra' tI; anna tMlItSSMD. IF .
JtcfIISC them commen it to be of momeDtte -
It the.deD oft ffl' Ira .. pouible.We.\ to hI Mr.'Brooks or, South Carolina. great Lou.ry ,. tH Sp..IrGw1ande.t '. '.-

,. .tro aQDpWlclngbe aCClOl8pJiah this 'oprratiou 1rb. We ha fe no J.onht a coud maulother r theCOUDtry_ and upon u. .Qsu- 0(1 ;3 ', DI 1J I .n.'Tn'nJ.Ta'tIr..

'StateS brie y ri ..shph \hU. d''flCp (Ul1'OlI'l to. tbe row. If ma yi q.n tIWlofactared upon the i_; e may depenJ the .ability J1et_ 'wiD at DanzlJoo.- }1ondA.. JU n."ltaH 1 ,
t J&cbonVillcJ lfOUBi LIlIA. '
mod t or thesetry.ho.ate : : JU.8SA4Ul 3.I.I; ..
cr rtoa been at tb course Pr3l'iI
.). hue not planted CO1dworking. tuity'of the UnioL Tho t1e oCOppositiuD r JUIODKULAJlD' socrra ,. .. .
.rl accJU1P&D1'reta they mlr be &oll'D o". ID 6es1ior 10 hol'li&d that &11 abcii lont NEW TOK. : ., .ALlB '\
f to the
the en.1 mc.I.es. .ttol 1 broad cut u about tbi lbontd- lie, Itruck witb a i.e, bad not DemocatiQ. vegaJT&Dbed OOOO. PCOfSTLV.cru. XWISSH'l'It. I'
\0 toahed'wheri t.n oker of the laW' 1nto aotid\v &n1 "IQI.r ', : N w'Spring JURYLU
( om .be MJIII rate of a t k to tlae. tet the : J.OCSu..Aa -
of ... sbot. bYID in in : )1.derom '- ''
(pbe11 tbe recent rollo.- the p1OWI, thorough\y' .1ean Dhe Xaiuas in th pect that \be. 1.r JQ.a .
) ''gtt6ti te of a1l thL\ bekn Lack 1 .y et rc lI'ere D iodi tion meet- itorteo N..ere. US'OI'1Uurt. AND -
\0 1011'1 ;", 10 1110CroP. 1 atib.. bues.otracW
and Florid. .of
i roou Direct. 4t't"For'
n-m. r. S. rrlCt\. .. tings l' J in the South onr that murder,
-md a rewlation' OD deed enn at te moment.hen it efb Q.M Demoa CAPITAL PIUZG ao.oGQ VOLLAB8. SnmmerGoedst, 'TI. .. ".S *.,_. "

__ _, the. comheir TOE CQ.1'TO. ca01'. IUpposed Sheriff Jones bad been ki11c4 OltrighC "n&CQB tinas.h. I .GC.nv.n'OOO'IS: ._ 11,000 ... .1ltePUa Ii ,. ,

ahthorbing <", 'hoes and ptOll'S Iteadil1mO inlt.1 'Ve hue no'oh.i to.h.ese met athreshold Dot mwy b1q 1 .. .._0,000 20 '': 500 ,rAt'O i J:'

rc at &Dl \InC The crop has no. D brouJbt to a Ita Ia.nc1 abolition Indinati meetings. We like\0 1 M Mi.OOO 60 M -IC,_ stTBSCRDJ -a .watne.a,
r 1J but..by..r6ro "
161 .2Qa
I 8.000 TUJ (rA&O L IN A 'Y
ahould be in fioe J.ro1rln eo.dit.ioIL of GOODS a& thir
ills 1d110l1. : Bee t.h m indigtUUlt. & bope U .J vil\ mesreuive a.sawlt on the part 10 I ._ OOO 16A s lDatioaa4.500 &IIIIItJHs1 J. .
the CoQJ is a t thing for the 1..oD w1 FOR CA.B tMJ riJ.n. .
crop help.\heQ45ehei Some 0 tbecQ haw\he 4 4 ApproximAtiou 0 160 ol.J.IOO
.. L. I. OXE'I"1'J CXu'1IfD t
of aU tra.e oS' secti ofUaio n_ .Ute eoutty. .'
S'discu.ssiOl it to lI'in and every n 200to.i My.u.er
to get branching as sense to treat the aubjcct iA good =two. oC 400 r.e 2O,00Cl 4 or 200 to 16,000. 4 0 ol"'S-U .
1M prlDdpJ. UTIt.L e h' tripe'foIr' -
"tcc att.irt. anJJItd earl! as poseib1e. Ketp tbe lIurra dean : A. Wasbington CUtte6 t1t informs u, ..J... tIJ'fU M aad ia'riie the a&t Uae GC PaIlU. y '-"I See""" 'J :

f.rePOr on MnsU whole .nd tbe on11 way to dl this without injury I .. tw lb\c Qbser\"l d i.n his hearings r Th proprietor or h15 paper. i" er tof 1Vho.l.,'l't eU 810; lIal1 ." ." t.t eC'thek St.oek Won P & ,. 2S&t. aUal;.U..et.k p"..

cl the to tbe is 6haOW Sumner U&at Q..arten .2. wm. r. thetollcntiD6.w.uJ ,.. TtrJSDA T aea
nsidcrL ot1 crop by repeated sa.tty'r Mr. bu.t. f con'ribute his aid to.b utmost In tbeI elM.h. b1& ry at 1M u.e.1ri1i
.be tb or J nn : worlunl' Kever Jet the Ir&5I get rAnk nine out. or evc 11er.Kor\hcrn men woulJLa I Prizes tubed &I tfJb'a'5 per. ankI.too DtuUfMI to_& b .laeu.riDe. tv \ UII.. --

fit j tpt'ned to until Monm" hn1J in the or i& lI'it, &S&rijl improved bl a sim\br s.pp1l. If1la.1 great &trn le between ,be friend.and enemies Bills 011 a11 aoh t Banu t..pat. VttY GOODS.1mb oUar Iu _th, > -, .
ned fCr A drawing wiU k fonra ed aUo ". STAGES &I t pbK. ..
a in ia .force the in.Iteact of Democracv "ill issue .
.thai injured clcal.ng ec".liIO.th b.II.lQ.ed on1 "Cree-soilers" ieJt becomes 100w. Gin1wnI ADipt., *
t tbey
1In ..ntatAdin; mn\'ing, no tM.tt r'b.o \ ,h f y bOt flr-NOlt tt1 men." he 'Would bave A C.\l1P A.IOS- FLORIDA NtWSIt 17 CommlUlita addAlHd to.RIGUE J'ackone\l Grenadinorence ..M4 I'lericIa& _

: OTtr the whole or next '0 1IioQ woe&' iI tb.i pb-w. Lit tbe nail cu.ct\y t. head. We areas will be pohlished w-eekty, and be or % (earl of tl Poe& t'\uI.eo So c.) ., 1 Inua Oll 'cu.1M Gatt eC'Jluica. -

.a the ht.t\fS4 Stop 1h& p1o.1I'& aadhi. l"aiS wilt the much opposed to brotl iwQnce." any Uti.or JIIII., w be .. [myl LaW11J, MostinJ Jtetu 4.- I
the a j'ummcnt the same li"e as tbe ngular weekly ptpet. at B o'cI A-14 n.ncla1..r. .
; of A tesch CraTa 1I01iery
to.f. stut )'on. sncceeding ploW'ln:. of Sumner's mock !"Ull'3-th.Ue1'l. we areetbat. ,
i : II aDd Jae oaTiDeJ'rWAy6&J".
or RcprcaettatiVCS.iiU ron. the ploW's a little rurtber off rom tbe none Lut oo-ar ly lJuUies e er asuil and conta in addition to itl itiCGl articles $60,0.00' GnM O mcMTkking I31olqqito A.X.o'dock read CbrIeeIaB 0aI ":

_mer use. co.tton and mn them no decl'Ct' ,baA i&. n.e on a uQt of tbeir lurpused inabitity the current news or ih&w Tbfir&t Plaids with the New Tort._ .] .
-It \ c..ra.\ wc. ba tl seJUtier..t ta.de"the IUt ce, to I'P.sist th m ; but Sumner commenced So.wil1 be issued on S tW'lhy the N tJ, RiLbons.Braids l'orfteil""P ".( J-'J- i

t.u41'b.cCfore the warfare; denounced in the most insulting I3fPJtOVF.DIIlYm Whale Boob J'' atmly CD W1L. Q. .
14th or ud tenninLte with tbe election. 1I'\ut
\ f. for the 1Jn-.IU.. and caluwnius lanjU1.'e one of tbeI June. N.laTTBI Checks, LinetlS ftlOW
--p hCLr.l of I'rofcS5orIo e\"cry opportunity to b.nt out :I IoDd b.on.onLle in tbeconlltry Rareges I Oro De .ka .O.Q AB4A..
e\"er m 'st u ight meu
_rtdl.fl potato 6tipto. A"Cry rli bt rain is!ufficientto .22tC .
JIa1 and it is 6Lid ht.d out t.hll.the FLORIDA l lTs.T C&mbric bineu oj
oubtedll t.cl hue just.Vt given PRICE OF THE c.LXUION Rtp4IWicaA eon. .
t Cn ensure their li in;. Draw tbo f8. .A"Jwril1'of.IM'Sae of. .
Auco held bimseH ly responsible Co.r lingle IUbember, - II 00To De cs, -- ,
pcriOn .
or nL"ltBOLDT, from Lhe bed..nJ tIO k the 1'001. orot1lhJvin .aIr
bC2.nI his worJ3. Xow, If they can ma.nuracturea a Club of 3, Addrea .&me P.O. 200 Spool(-otton Co taICN Slates LI
AGUSIZ and other water before planting tbem and if the or materials It 5, ,. ---300 Southern, Millitary Accadcmyx..C.I..I. S1< t h wg, I j
SnJ.ln. mntyr: Ol1t they are .
"cather rhoulll be dry nnerwanbT'ILter Swn. I Be tSa a &n norid.a. : : I
0 tcarnin nut hue they welcome to aU the cpital they can tJ1akeout. _7. _-._ .-" .rills 1 ,
.or them late in the e" for two or three u 10, -7.00OrrUr y. .
Rg '
'SLa"i W bb .
obi ILnd U'hat he is 1J of it.-Wc1 mond DNpalch. c'. '
ked them.cl0 ev nirog8.. Th4. gnlisl.ll5Cvcrity of the pr.st mud be 4c EJA ied 1Dilh th.e TO BE IUUWN INIIO. TCOXUt. ..U. UU, ;t.dging&J ba" ma /Jr.114
f" 11&1P d05.nite mfIJrm.\ti.OA@. t.hat winter, kiUed most. orthc I5Ced potatoes in Cl1a:lnr tbelr Tune. momJ.Wo. JI:5K 12th 1.8.)6 I Cambrto.1tmdkercbiea', Ae.I p -t : '

n proceed to en1i .wn them. the cuuntry, and 'te fea.r tbcrCore tha.t the The Commonwealth, a leading know- hmder tho Cumpagn'tQiicb lint'to W1IE PRI ES M101fflTlYO TQS I .BOOTS..A.ND SHOES. Tl1E ST RS .-- :

,." is an Engti6b J'liician a crop tlis )'ear wiU be a IiCl311 one. W'noti e nothing o n in Kentucky,says in a rect:1\1 and cm 6. 0 0 O 0 GaiU h : 'I
a ruggcstion or corzcspondent. in acti"e Democnta politiW 'c -. l.w k SIlk St. JO: n : :
fit l n.cyJ number "Tbe .American puty has flf rproSCI robeaWt1&1 ;. :
rrod\1 to r
rJ t1l&1 ry I the Iay num\er oflhe SoUtMr7I Cultirator tees wbo think that ts cirealat.iOQl'i11 beUseCII111n 11.ii I 'O 1r Colwed .
ift :1.1 o11 f' iUwminati ibed oneon accounofhi rehgio. I Fcheme. pt.ed a& the npmoe duin atmaDll'aUons Yme Eng} OJai .CAPT. uo.. 'II
in the oC "
Jkrucl which lreLt .carcity aI a religioJa it dearJl and luccinctJy tM preSeot contest. who prefer a Ce1l'ehaneea at ltorrl'tUcs" French4"iit I ,. A.I '
So much fllr t.he "110; may pro\"e worthy of adoption. 'rhe writer God at.izaiui4eaaCLASS \ ,
seien admits the rigbt af all to worship as laQy .. Goat Buakina >

; lor th wnH.. Ue ia to otherfstiaDS..bJ in question BAYS: they plcuo. It. is tNe that. wben tbe .rROC L.UI\Tl 0\ DSCHEME. fl. 'raKid.: 11'"Kid W e I. m :: I :

fill lOt' OLlT. WUTEIl ILnd CALyee "On the 20th day of Jnty last.. 1 Mmmenced American party WLS in ita infancy and itatenus T : T" ,
11 hat. W.1SlU c- planting potato "ines in the f llowing or expression had not ncquired tbat JAYES E. ROOUE, I pm. or. . 115,000 ia . ..115,000 &I Enameled Boots, CAPT. ].IUXO, '

to anJL1I'hat manner the und pla.nted was rye nicety which maturity brings. it members Gom-nfT of,the Slate gJ!. 1 do. . 5,000 are . .5,000 raael' Parodi Boots '".- SAVADAJI for PAUUj '

name t-tlrat to patriots JitubL1e. Ladly plo\\'cJ anJ rNwedJ and took obli tion no to Tote Cor a Roman i ThreeHundred Reward. 1 do. . 4,000 are . .4,000 v 1 enl'7 4t &A ,
SlilbJ'iIoE ".' Qr m:1dbnJG 'fery da'cy an --- 01- ..'D. r.s 1 do. . 2,000 are . BoYI Shoes- 4Y 10 o. aact PAUTLenry
This crtdence
r ma.de furrows witb a bul1 ton 1e iOwfOllr C.tbolic..n c..mr 1 d. . 2,000 are... . UIN )Ien'l Fin. Boots. 'c OYlw' Y& .JOr 14 v.ur"lUH
and CH1LIItiS to JlreacnA rt."el bid t\\"G vines along the clown," in regard to one of the eSSfntialelement5 1 d., !. . 1,000 are. .-. 1,000 ,Shpu at 10 o v.5 ;_uuI \

te\t ofLia a C a.n t'ror $- ap"\rt or know-nothingism baa e&l1edCJrth 1 dn. . 1,000 ... 1,000 K.,JlJOgaDA ga both ways. J- ITH.rwm
the \\'hule len th in tbe fulTOW thcn covered ,
remark& {rum mukr eommhI .. ., 1,000 leaTeJ l' :
wu .
heIII the Mlo\\n: pointtld ,T ER aD ah'ock.u 1 do. . 1,000 are. Slippers. a"Q
11'11 reputation bas rate with a tJ1ow,nbout 3 or 4inch s deep runnin the Louisyi1Ie 'imes 'I Vted OD the bod1 or William Minican iu the 1 do. . 1OOOare. ;. 1. Enameled'and h1eJ',Shoia 'aDdl'rida1 ,1 cIod11; 1 I j.

or pl't'judioc, slJnnounteJ tLc ; a furrow on each side. Thcy GOOn "What pitifu1come-ofl'! The ori tna1 CoUDt.1 CJl Marion. iD thit State, CID the niht orhe 1 do. . 1,0. t, Cloth Gaiters_ Thn..DoaU b. .
stl.nds be o1n to come ur and although the ground a ord 'tookan lim or March uU.. bYlOlDe penoa ubOWL 8 do. . 400 arOo ". sOto Lipped Boate, 1&&TbI( and airy ta&e ltoe M
.oifn oIl1J1ice, and be U'owedty and ma. good members o( the know-nothing r Now, tbtrofore, that. tbe enda or Jutice may benheerved do. . 200 ar. . Lasting on eu G&itma eommodaaioa du 1IMfIW c.t". tnIidI
MEDICAL eOL05StS of tLeSomucldortllc \ "as dry cloddy, c a. "cry obliation not. to vote ta.r a RotOl.n aad the ilty party bruagbt. to con 50 do. . leo. a.uuuAPPROXnIATIOXs. .ether tipped aDd .. tv u .
tbe stan 11, ,'ith the t'sreption of 2 ro""l which Catholic' bu\ when time brought 'nicetyto dip pl1lliahment KUGw ye t.hat I. Jame. E.Broome Youth,' B < .

U'H1T.fnuror. were planted w tit young and tendcr vines.iu its tenus orexpreesion.' they saw fit to Go..erDOr or the State or Florid&do hereby Prin.of I!00 a". .ag 1. ]USB C.uOT A. t '" \
of Lim bere 7 j j1f.eII thc miJdlc or tbe day, "hieh were scorched t.he know"nothin ol'er the R&1fAU or'300 Cur the apprehen.iun Approima.tion Apata Jacbne9mtr1"
tpeLk \\'hen
& Jo we loIter Lnd modi". Yes lead M 100 an 400 Childrtns" s .luse Stoeks Ae. i 1o DEVALL'.1'a1aQL.
be Lcr could be covcred or..id nideDCe.umciCIlt.to .i
t they
upoo .
sun re penon. 200
1I1clluntl"J'men\t'ere dying I IjboG5IDdi by pa.rty ascertained Leyond a doubt 4 M 50 ant. BAtS AND CAPS.A uallOL"l" CtNSL -, '
our tbe 18th to hit COD rictiOl1. 200
the On ofu11st. "
II Sana
by plow. Uld be maintained 8 : .
: 8aY1Ulll
orruJk thaluoh a position no I ha"beratmtofel. of MOS' LEG.BQU Acnta
ft'\'cr at ID whereot. Q01D
11 teatimollY cood tll r
'" 400
r .
I I Lt"l1Jed up 3 rows, (tbat is, broke out the in this coontry t.ha'boasts rcliioU freedom. my hand,aod t'SIIe.l to..ftbed ". 20 are eo PANUA, STRA.. PALX LEAr, TUN 110ab wit..1iDe ets
we had b rd ofL remed) midl\e" t"Gund bein too dry and bard, Itnel'l"ly 1iithclO1ed Done Childreu' "w.nJ. .r v..P' I
_p1Jl'tUlouth ita members met. in convcntion the Sui ortbe Swo tit i1o ISO Pmei aJlllmthllc. ..._.. ., .. OCOAPPROXDl.TIo. WQOL aDd I'UT ; wit -
arrest tbe prol"eSI or the barro'Ked t.he b lanoo to "eep down doo" and abjured the dangerous [u.u.) at tbe Capitol, inII..CitI otTaltahlah.ee. .u4 BWomem.S aadT..Bah <
.bii.-out in th eC May, A. D. 1856, PRIUs. be". San.Da dJie1l' Yod p '. l
of wd weather settm this day DLERY.A .
the footsu-ps of tb Fpoiler, the nss ; a spe1l : and Intolermt. o.b1igation, and in hi ltead aDd Charlett.o tJ tb ,
Ita .BROO1lE.
Mpd ) CAUSed the Tines to ron o\"er the &round the lh clause tlf their preien1."lat.- JAME.i ne two nambel'l preeedm, r.he two(01.lftwiDg wen aeJee&eJu. b the iemud .

t n had nelecteJ to communicatei: and the. 'Were worked no moro.On adopted about die relation totbelr Oove" of Florid& thA'hich draw. the Ca.pibl Pris., 01 the market. ,e. ,
1 room, which bears By the.Jveroor. Attest- each e U'1ed to a prill of 30 OA UARDW ARE. tint : ,
.w J'OWd ha\"e 1.oeen our cll1 ert Truly, the IGtb or So\"etnber I oommenooddi old phtform that a wbite man doea to F. L. VILLEPIGrE. are The &wo lIambefJ pfeeedingud two following 1nbtptnbtrtt

1 puni hment.by Lynch b.. inl them they y 1c1ed at the rate of .n : "I"be history of IUch : p:1rty wUQ't I, May 24-1m. Eeerera.1'1 or'tate. which dl&wa u. aec:004 C. HOLLOW.W AU. RAZOltS, SCISSOBS. COI'EE .
INI1It1i SCREW I"ILJS f ). '
t4AJI. .
JrULLS, InA1 EQV1'B t S4
3 00
50 busht'ls peracrc. ro\\"s plowed, rebeusal." Pril. ach eiltit1ed to. pm.or :
be duty more impenth'eitUDother Lear NJTICE.FOUR t" KNIVJS .
"ithere any SHOT, LE1DRA'WIG '
of the others.In tWQ"umbers aud Uw .
t\to tooue wm be maJe The preceding.
yidding weeu anerda' aud CARVERS
viiit tbe ickI DIVES,JOUS .
it is thil.-"to this nner they mL) bo pl nted in HoUottay'. Ointn nl and Pil, an astonishing t.he IIonorab) ,. JaJ:. prob orDnval lowing thI.1 h draw.he Cout"-of 1 50'wo BRtS 8 UAJWP .n" .L.U, ; :

iramiction," and to Ol'e every means level land or in beds, and a' ILlmost. anytime IWmeJy for Erysipel _)lr. County. to have my Dower, .the wWayor Ptiw.ana nlu WiUed, pnocedinr to.prill, and tb ... TACKS. 1OloTS.JA CO IODIO S S'l'EA1IER ,; I ,

"tbtirmtoDtion to bealth. This i why US1Ctl8 the groun!} is nry c1"1 or too Henry Turner, of Do\"er)3lne, WLS amictT'ilb RedJ J. Tut late of io County, deee.interedted fulloinr that whie <' the M\h Capital PE&CVa.i19S r :
All nol1l
&lide from uld CAPS, THOS G. H 1GHl1
Cattle an,1 hCiNei purple blotches let. or 10 00'Tic1.eta .
d rr.ort'is./r lIoLLowu. This wet to p10\\"ed. pre- e Eljsipcla'l, large to tab DOtieeM.1RTIIA Prile aro eacb .lItiUt to a prize ,
.qak other fted.J. Lnd md aU of are teC\uired PLAUS,' OOtiGES, rocm OlVJ:3 CAPT. F. J. W. D.\BJtJlAY. .
i r I ioarwl't'r to weHERr.FORE P. EnEST.Faytllt his bOOy and despite ofthe mLny remedies l \ SP&INtJ BALANCES leave Webblnfl S I
24th. AXES
da, lI&JI&rer.lIUllt HOOKS A STAPLE. SPADJ:8y WnL
! SW 4gellt..nd : '
l'rofdor I.L 1
rem n tbe Te.ral 1856. benefited. At length, ( Sa"a T
Corenlg. he tried be 'Wu not .Ala.Aencr" SPIRIT LE\1U.S. BU'tCaU aadiBi> ,
I ; he h at 1I0110\\3oY'8 Ointment Fanning and Rrepairing of mllJ'" V.uJi, BELI Pico J .Je& .l ioooIoaday
Ii 1oa r mm: uan present be ha.d recourso to "APOtIlECARY lULL DIVES, XTTt alZ fielockA.IL; '

i I, aust ID "If sJih'CteJ to great dipro.Pi Senator Summer aDd Ur. nrooks JI.J1d I'ills ml.de up his mind to pe nre Piano Fortes. JA'boarille,F1a.TaolA :I JOws.' nOOKS aDd HINGES' lea..SaTUDah e"ry J'ridayat 10.eIkA.JL .: fThit

I II The ru1l0\\'in; ltorial Crom tLo Boston \tb thce remcdies, wbich he did. The TIlE aDdenined. rrom Ch&r1erloD WaLSH ana JnYCI WnlL" .. WINOOW STOPS, A\'GERS.R BStCLES 'Dnriahl1 tat.u.. .
perfonned bJDrl'biI S Ii
d.c Q
SAW s.
II I kUaI cure. eont.ra.st. to the result W'as, tha.t. in a few W'eeks. be "as 3. C. ol'ers hi. aer.to the eitilfUS ofJack5Oll1'il1e SWOrD Commivioaers 0 IUperinteDd DBwmg.X.R.i C PEN'J'ER'S ckanll1l13 1-2 fee'w r wbaa SeLL.
tand8 in -
striking in' ,
I thll"hich they unW Courier. perfectly our ,and his general hcalth wonderfully aDd vicinity. Ia th, abo.. eap.efty, Lane"eQtiD f/i1PQ11 eUlattoDded SASII JL LU'l'ITEAU.Al'\.ian' oo .
rurious proceedins whicb bue uken placctbroughout hLS created Orders len at.the residence to&ad COIoI.1entiaLFor & TDt&NC! .
{. lie lhsen'eJ that impro\"cd. This case for a rew d., ou11' TOOLS,CHLSSoS TAP BOREXS.&c. )acbun .
lLsSl.Chu5etts. and in t.un in )bine. 33 uf A. Xhu, Da1 .t.reet. wiU meet with rrom t.attention. C4AboWOODW.RE I-Jy .tpau. 1
Iensatton .
a .
J1t nce In a swrr of ClMS "cre they suec : qui'e II. SEIGL Sale.A neh. BUCKE'l8. I1Roof3, -

tL .t to hirn either that upon the oco.sion or Ir.SCXSJIl's chasti! 'Iassacbosletts and Kau.. roB SAL .-\ IplenJid and IlUper'or toned PAILS, AXE BtL VP ,. J' ; -' ,

..u not wurthy tbe name or a ment.. The Courier is a pnpcr of the Ligb- DOSTO-l, June I.-The lIuQse ot Repre8Cntatii' 6 I.Z OCT.VE PUXO FORTE. &eo abofO.I Wood. L LY OIlO W01UY, 'weftt1C1uel"al'l BOOKS ASD STATIONERY. pmLADELP w--nu. AO;

thing of cst cn3ncter. n:1ects tbe opinions of the s of )1\.S5.Chusetu. hl.ve contri1)uted : cue and Iron Cr1'me. Caa be nero at the cJd, aDd her .iM (a iri) two,.earaoMor tank Bo Fc.oll Cap aDd Letter Pa ,PeDe Sanuah 4i iI" qp.tewuhll J. .j
a :
it mcrc1y
-t1a.t Wl.S I Qf I chus\tt.. iPOO to the (ree-scil canse M 1 2.s. l 6HA the wOm\.Q "it.bou' tho chilJ. 11as beeDa Walen Pia S lIg Was w\t aelectioa .1 CABL.'t PASsAOEp..M'EERA&:.. '"

and tLc-rd'ore I prltliti.e it ury 10 fJlJ conscnt.i\"c portioa ; iM Offered to house tenan'for Ave .eu-s. School Boou.StsDdard W od., aDd tih&reWiDr. ne w.n-bown 11m cla suamw

k or that tb l'hIi'i ns wcre ignomt '"e ma 1e &uch commcnh as occurred tous. I K D! S. Rare Chance 0.1 Enquire of B. WILSOS. GROCERIES and PROVISI SS. .JtEY8TOSE STATE -.

in ycterclLY. in rt-:1N to the ILSsaUJt. upon tlr. Duch.ual1prospcdl.. Blacksmith and 'Yheclwright. J adt.l9Qville.- )1:17 l1-tt ., A full. t F miJI G IAacou. .
clthll'true 11c& art. lining embclt1 -
: I r. Sumner. 'r t" are no friends to"iolence. ( IUbK ber c el'l for a&le, hit abop8 anJ rOIl:, :. evs ",llao.reJ rotatt.el 4PT. i. au

OD itUJS or bnm n phrsiol-tg, and and t'fJK'C aUy are 'We unable to justifv W ASUlXGTOS,June ,-ispl.tcbcs rom t.heUOIndcDt. TIlE IOS feet.laare, coofOaioDey.ituateJ to CHEAP CASH'STtJIE c&lll.flolU',Bread CrIICk'. 1.&Ie.WI .1'''& OF cUonCIA.

adcntaDaing the pathlI 'y of diseascs the mOtle chosen bv )Ir. n.oki for hi.ttack. Cincinnati, represent D:1cbl.un as in the dl'pot. and bll inelll geuenUy. Can be purchaaed.with 7 A. D LIQUORS. CU'T'l.J.I. .1A t- ( 1 t

.aI".pted aran t1J tnlc rruon uf ".an t or fin.} any aplnr for his 501ecti<.nuf : P.S. II.or 011 wiLMat hand 1 tools DuW on good waggoo.tenDI 1 Cart. Old BrI.ad and,. New Common aliey llU1, Bourbotm,Champarae wmtn..nIT bID'.w y J.Ui r.e. f '1 1AD
which ibould be kept iacred Cincinnati Convention.I Whiskey,Reeti .
and caJe that dlsco\"cry which a lllace and 4 Pair wheell complete, a1o a lot or wa Xadira aud I'vr'W'1DCSo &c.r BIA aailiIIc EVDY SA'tVJUAT. .
, from liuch s ne!. It mUilit be a mitted.I I CrSCISNATI June 2.00lcdary or aDd DUjjO' .p Dg,alto a quantity orrMd1 maJ. tera&te11, frof.a Y..uiU Ua., I. .:
'. riI im rta1iu bis n1me. To eure a dis.w.docton i I h01l"e\"Cr.'y aU U'ho Lre di1posed to rd h been chosen t.cmponry President.of work .uitat..Ie Cor Farmers aDd Timber getters ANCY GOODS. TOS .ra.nowa t
trntc.-d it locally, topic&lIy, the su1 ect. l'el.ionat.ly and disp.\Ssionat.ely, the Confentiun. The llentoncleJe&tion all or which eIIJI be VlD&ht very J AS.tow A., ea11 P\PoYERNOTJ'E. aDd lee.by Wilson & 'Vintern tz, ,, P-rfluaery' Com1II., SJapa.Looking-Gb Tbot.h Nail aDdlIaIrBnahea &0. The Xeyst.ooe Satudap-Aprill State.m ail ft'Q1&Sanaal M4 .Q6. I.
Dre.m foI1cnriDc
that -111it1i th t.th" portion or .Mr. Swnnl'r'a speech Ii5Souri (,.reed their way into the ) 2.HC r.erpectCulIy inlorm.the Ladi. and GenUemenlor : t
1'MlttbelidneYI were dCJ'U1 I (rom larrolllldiDeoaDtl'1tllattlley The 1.on,which euamer.\iomparati,. 10tJ:..lane TUa U11214 b e I Iadepbia

,rl Or the stotnach 1 OrLLe W'hicb pJ't1mpted th act or vi./tener, and I Cunvcntion 11 amid grel.t excitement Ja.ckJooviUe aDd their Dew and beaatifal a&ocltor Iy few art.1cJa or our present Stock w. .1'" toaUrad the aUe. .

i wbich we publish tOeday, is excessively in- I knockin:doW'n tbe door-keeper. Seitber'l WEEKS &fUr this pubflCJLtion I .b n apply hue DUW opeDed Sunner Goods,coaaiatiD pa.n1, ofDltl the .r.kD or the P .tnIItinC that 'Itr.etate Gcorgi&wilIaaiI fI 0arIeeIee 1

lap 1 Stra' tnJ' they pru leJ totc.cribe I fiultin and pro\"Okin: anJ not. onlv higbly l ;ation (rum Sew Yurk ha5 ).ct been SIX to the Jud= or Probate or the Couut1or .5pt:ud GOODS.CrJicoes thOle_who may t.e Ddoced I.Q eall.iJOD usb1 1&1nl1 tho oU win .S&tuda Apri1 5th aa.cl I '.
fur kidne "I lun;! or 6tom ch, indiscn"Ct. in sentiment. and l1nugc Lut.I admitt.I Abehu, for Letters of Admlniatratiul1 OD the ban DO realaa0 regre:the IAIUApri126 I XAY 3t.J ntla aud 31. JIUIe 14Ur &D4 2SUI.-
I tIC Soah P.Sage., deeea.ed.VIL'.IA Gingham BURTO ",GAVES.mt1C LoaYlq ftilac1eJphia the IIlter satu. 1
vie\v in which it cane Estate Muslins. &rages,
lilt b:that the nil1rU con tai in1be I unjuslifia.Lltl, in 3ny I Beef is comiD do\\"n in New \ O. CLEGG.1e1l'11annme and Cbecked Cambric'a Black 1& u. laQlDawdaUoeshipe -

blood whicb fed t40iC with its I f'J1'rJ J. We t.boulJ deFpise tho 60n SO Mayn, 1355. myl1-fiw JackOnets Challies.1 ana ua1 I.Q&IIY Dl..t.Jw.
nS cents
Q ha\"in Ca.nen nearly per Silks Chambrays .
Qr }lasi:1Chu tt. who rouM bear hia native ''Yor : and Col'd iirtt h1aDd aa 100 mil.OD DeIawu.'Jr.iT
I Itt fin:Itream and that to a""it. tho \! tato arrLlgned in Euch a tt'tnpcr without in the bit. cattle ark.ACQt"ITTAL Florida, At altic & Gulf Central Silk nnd Lr.ce Mantillas, Bleached and 5 lijo1tl, &D Bay; two uIIhtl a& .

_a\its seat. an. M8 indination and "GnbleI.CheJ omespun Irish p LineM, A u at PhUad'lphi. noy A JUn'D"Aent
ocntre they restin KEXDALL.-
\ -ery ft.-e1in and m3.n l'OiTMUTER Railroad .
\ OF Company.JZ ]
Table Cloths and Kl.pkiDa, B: J ACKSO U.1 at Sa..mI Co
1hoW4 pwir, that Tital ftui .nJ lca\"Q th"lliltlolllture. it. "ouM be 6tnnge if a Carolinian cid not:\ The trial or Kendall tho Sew Oremspot5tmLSter Damask ercbi -. -, Aeontl at CharJatoD 1'.8. 1' O-BCD1" I

reeent the arroLllt anl, contcnptuoui tone hl.i rciUlted in his acquittal.NoU S EDi2per, L. -C._lIan_. .__ fs. Fancy..u_ BOttI.1111011'oPen fbr e nee1)t IIII of AprU 2.1856 apl2-3rD I
Thliisthe5eCret or Dr.I THIS himaelf
Trimming'. Silk UlOU .na "mu, ;' The udeftllp IIaUen .
fit. to indulgo tOo P" Silk .
Sumner aW
LLO.u" I5toniihin IUlOCCSS in aU U'Lich lr. mrAL BTOCKIlQLDEP.s' 1IEETIS'G.Tbe aoo Gra. ,'SkIrts, Plain and that he kuhe ili17 aDd di.I to aI'ord r.oh ..
: puts.r&lle A Embro'd. I \
I : 'WarJl South Carulin& ofWlthdrai\"at of Lan4s In FlorIda be aoeummodinn_, aDd fL1tmolia jOUSt> ; :1 :
world. lle .. _- -' -- c next AnnDal "eetln of the Sto lholden -_ RiLbons Silk and StraW' Bonnets, patrou the 'YerJ .:
the 1,1Qod &ndMlo.
lUriti" In roJ&l'\l to .lodge liuuet', tnumucuubis and Alabam.. olhI. Comp&DY rurhe 11<-. otntDe Fi'd. Maslin"IDQ 1filt tee&0 tM UanOiDc pahJic who-JU1patruaill -J .

.. eXJ1I'l ssi/nl were more point and r. Directors. to lene Cur the en ll JIg year. will Silk UTulion and'ob ne Cbimesettand hi811oaJ,the Mst bore wi em furI :;ra ",E. .. :

111 lick who hat usufl' rcd1IID1 ion l; they would be lik:1y to excite enn be beld at. tbe CompallY" otIiee, iD J&CklODviUe, Cambri EJgein.; CoUua ia U.eei'y. Tha KerehaDta n 1 1I'opeD
person and Taba.MU511oeto
resentment. lr. nutl..r is an old FIRST 'l'UESDA Y.IN JIDiE NEXT.- St esrtiti'L Tlowers 1UII1er kIa ."18_ aDd. &ad mhis establishment. Ilas been'.L .

thirlgt or mLDY phYtiicians," and ob.tameallO keener member of the SenLle, an pununC of Lbe act. eutiU04l "\. act gnntin GO Stockholders the are allowed to vote by pt'Gxy, which Xetling ParasOIa. Fans Urnbrelbs : he bopeI y atrid attellr.ioD &Q ba aDd mod. tI 4IuIJtt tb put.merpaW.04 .- ,

LcD fit gi\"e heed to tbCiO "orJ. man, tong a a moat amiable and Iy : publie bnd in alternate aectiuns to the. nUt.b. cinD in writinlto a atockhoider. A fall and a large ltS5r ent of JI iery rate eharI";"m.rit.a Ubenl shan orthe apatronage. 'cleaaed."..... .
"Omplished geot1eml.n. State or FJo .!. aD'! AiAbAma to aid ID t.hl eon.ftrucl. Itock1tolders it reqaested II busincu JOlIN ( ,
or t
elf om ana t.Dlu.La w u'. IJ1LLSIf Lo honurable person. 01 coarse he entertains OD or certaiD nilrow in pid 8 apprond attendaooe or I..port.a to the CompaDY aDd to t.beeommanUy ,.1c. 1: (.b 9-r.l ProprietGr. ready ILIES ror'ISf'AUD8 't1U.'iSIESl' .

i iDtman.rURicled,or lIuLLO\\"AY" QUiTun I extreme Southern opinions on t.he rubj ctor 11th a" 18 aU the 1&Ddt Iing within will be preent.ed for actWll. The Clothing.. F.- ,BO.\RD .te. .

irbe .1a\'cry. but hi. chl.racter dese"edly, firteeD mile. OIl each .ide or the MluwinZ rail- llouka or'llbllCript Oll will be orened prevlou ly 0 Drea Coati I"JanDeI shirts IS'HEREBY CIVEY. t1I, <
is suffering from \\"oun< or he is a gentleman ofurne roW ani bnocQ naaoe4 in pid at to wit.Frum : the electioa, to allow all who are desiroas of huiDg paat.. Sero dG NOTICE Test&meDtarr ban beCD dalJ&a.o J'or&he ftlbueMrl. alady J
lIe 1I'ill tbank QI fur our aJv1co.an'} Atands Tery ; dctn nor, and i. un- S J"hn'. ri"er, & JacbOQyi1e, to the the road DOW comme tpeedil,compJeied It T'MUo Jlats and Capl.orted- ken o>t by me from the Prob Court 01 DunlCoanty aing"'Ii.r.fIaDd&H nperiar.M1M the adna&a.ceefIMc t i inbieriberlOlieitI.
and will han
courteouS from .
E.-.AIDbb no.r ron acoia; initatioa it hopeJhere Shirt.uDd CoIlarL .the 1ata&e of uperieDce,
of ba1.
wAten .abecribe. r.o which St.ocka aDd Cnnts. cad State or I'Jorida lID f i .
that to
the IJrufes6Gr bas arri"cd intrJ' l er'a.1Iy beloyed, 6iteemed and respecteft. I IIr. \melia. IlIiaDd on tho At1&ntic, to ,he watel'l of I wm be a reDenl and fuorable refpODle.D1 BOOTS & SilO ES.Lady' Jacob FormaD late olaaid coaDt1,d ...A11penoas .eoatiD ef pad rav.widIh "

,and uperreJ an utcwin eta .SUI ner'& Mr'15onLt attack upon him 1I'1LSrn Tampa bay, with & "raDeD to Ce.ur Key, C/O the order oUhe Board : Eoa..ied. )1'D'. Boob eo1U'Ie, 'amg demaods lpin.laid -Estate anDOtied erthe el the praea&...a.wDJ. ... j .

Uiahmett 1 our opinion. unmannerly nnJ indecent, OWl of Muio, (exeepr. the TfoUIpa bay portioatouth A, S.BALDWIN', colored Tiet, M' "line, to pl'ftil'Dthem 0 me withou'.delay- UIiI n. b 11 ein' ,
ew r or1."bieb promi 8 in t.hO higbet dt\gn.'C and none t.he more J its JlUlCtiuu with the Cedu Key brlUleh;) J&cboDnte, )I&y 1,1856. (lOW) pruideDt.' kid do !' Shoel A Slippers aDd all ere4it Ieplea aDtI perMIDS entitled todutrihaUoa 0 pTe era1.atW the ". i iRooJ1U
11 rinl hia IIWnIUo\.b tJne in Lund'n.-U. credit. t.hat. it. 1I'aa (lein aD'! rrom Pett eOL&, FloriJ to.Yontgomol'1, Ai&bAm& lilt Gaters 'Coagna GaUert.' or J&i4 t&tate.ana (uthe, DUtied IIlyl t mad.Nc jUdf.'' ''

. 1J a11l4l.ne to }Ir. Sumner' form his 1&ee and bAn, by in t tiC nJ Cruua th l otIice, h.la I. l kid SlpJ 'II f.ip I1ropnt, that.their eIalma aud de will be barred\y .A.&T1, N Ii I IwaDl
}It. n..Uer'a abAenee .wpelldel1 from ple 164 lo.a.tWD, uu1il farther JlI cord Galten, ,Youth" dQBooll bw.lUl1eu edu"1KtedOD 01'befoN &htt1feDt1"uth '- i fv'a4 A lAaac r

from the citl of WAihin t.on.No ordl'n.qOiYla. OFFICE 1', A,A o.CE ,TRAL RAIL ROAD. IJ.cuonu.LE "Slippert' Shoea & &ow.egJO da, UIarebA.D.I858ARTHRII ., LElinl
ow .thhc Con1'enUoD. I person can nable laspect. UI ora untler I'A1 ba.ud" tbe Ceneral LaD. orfie. Fu. AprU 23. 1S56. Srl'IlE Bropna.'J' 1tEED,Kxle1itarJacUouTiDeApril enWeI11MWor.ood wlaicJ&nad II flee. {I .

'l\e the (reed om of'debate. tbit hrenty.third dS1 of by, Stockholders or the Florida .Atl&Dtlc.t with a large aaaortmw IfRD IJa.'IS56ap5811' ,'M fIIIIIIDI 1I11'e&&c
State Con"CI1tion of tbe Know.14ia di@position to c ool. \faahinwa. e er boa ___ ._n L &_ _._ \ .
Tl103. A. llESDIUCKS, Rail RoM are hereb111Otiedth
1856. Central Ja1re UG DU"11.
justand .
What debate is condudcd.npon Commi"iODer.ROUGIIT or bl cent. the W.&RE on RENT.A UII a6al a' Jf.IiglltC Jf.
partl met in Tallahusco 11 instalment. per apoa 'Foa8ALE to the PWsa
.'cock at fair principles).&I1otber question W'bieb we April 7 w ..1ft.forth_. _..__:.1 I'A_... ".....PAned iu.c CUTLERY; ______ C03Ol0DIOt"S ancI aem.hJe J.oue pIe: opooiDg Ulzoap or..300 r. .aacl ..

on Mondaf. The Mloll'in: we .ill not discuss now. But. in our Judgmmt T( JAIL c: r.i'ntil '-b. iuDUt. GROCERl c-s cfc.PnrthaMrt DUy l aaied GII the Watena of etowanblLantialy b rnram. eoLJ 1I'iDdI. &G4 tlnu a. -- I IIichtC

.froG the Stntind 1he doctriDd m D Board W I&0 their,iatena& &It;eallIUId aDd weD AaiIh.d fa-. aI aD.. \
: no man who prO 1i8el tbe 28th or 1Iay, & Degro By order or the wit1 bcul' REBur.nIm. .
.. ,_., .
-..Con"eDt- cat1ed of bas a right- to Ploy \nal. .-.mulr OS PY'hit ume II OLUDER aDd whot G.C:GIBBS, eumiae our S&.ocki at the ,carOu..eoraer, ry c eln. I'OiIIPo .pJd wen of ot the rev. The Bill r. iD-traI' .. (.
on was to ortIer by Sa.rabSmith or '." G.C.R. Co. where. .we .ha11 Lake _t 1I.\1d tp. ntin4 flea .'
inmtLL1 proT'okos war. be beJun"to Mn. 26- Sec'y berore pareh aiDl.lIe water III the-ard and aU.ary aM s-th. &DII
Tuos. Eto.". Cbainnan of the lan .hich be- Dittrict S.C. The laid Degro II 2S Of 26yan ap ReputJicaD'.nd AIlipr.or Adnrtlaer COP1SDll2d mat 111-'rymg to please aU thole who and niable toI' Eoardiq IIoue Is of- i ipt
Ihield himself ry t. rieulUe -- .1.
&mmitteeor COlTt.'fpondcnce lI'hen and then onderta.ks to' ifbe and.5 Ceet 1 or 8 lachel bih and of Juoe. : UJlWtllJ i1I; a.tf&amtm tlom &. 1
And are
'I .. :
lDoti09&1 Pol or bind bi. nun-reaiataot. ---- JfA1IKCT at ...
utnntun Dunl out.and made AIsoffer .7cll"r'-" TilE ON S IN Jac ooyUIe Faa. AprU 12.1856. For f rther particalam appl1 1Il bJee&bucn 1 ,
lluN. tludl bunseir dra ueated to eome fonrard. pron property.pa1 Criea dial Uaia Bet.tAw .
y orguiuJ bYt"&lling Oc&OIterat. make b to
i my 1_ '
t.KITI 0 l..uon to. the Chair, and ,be penalty of bis ntemrerallC4 lI'ho all&barr' aod tab him awa" or he 1ri11 h.doa1&w THE. eight r cent._ Coupon Odor Jacksonville Bricks Yard.. fu'ue will IIn IatiafadJ u.pnaeate4... r

b1amet lio has .olont..rily put g to 1&11'. r.u toon or JacboDriU. WJ. s. LAW'f01I &.. will M. a tIIaL .
din ) he
L A. C"Il"TH of Culambit.. can A.D.HOGARTH.Je.ehIoDriJ1e. i. '01 1Uulersiped 11.mak -ry I1IIftl I ebrIe I
in rpnE
".d paymell& I 1l.K.cJ.ll. ". ,
11I4 Major r. I. 13UJETT Sccht.uiea.Os bi mselr apon a par .ith tbe intemperate Ap 17-t J>lor.SUERlFF'S'SALE. the Cotlnty or Colombia oll'e."C.aaJe byhe tor article of Drick. at the Yard near the ''TUOSALEXA D.' 101. B_ LAWTO .Dec.J-3m ,

tee lDOtiou ot l e J !,lt Commit.- IJ1d the Tio1ent and mu&t informa enbmint'us that to the a Railroad Railroad labseriptiool.Comp&DY.are DOW Tbe Coapou wiU New bepa.id Brick ChUKb which h. wl11 aeD at the J'ormerl1 1'orlt 01. __.S._c._\Formerl Law&oD, or .S.-c.bl St.A _.4 ., ..

oCthree from cb d.it ict. was ap- eoo&equencea.Eiop.. tabn pnlCQer in be auld berON tbe ,Qurt llOGJll door, eitb r iu Ja.ckaoDme Chul..r.oa or .- pric.: .19 OOperthoUs a t caage'& H lIlcss.De: wt1J' ;.!
ted 011 trumpeter, wbo once 'TILL thl op&iOll of tbe o i na1 purchuen.Tbe.Boad.I ,FIU1' QC.LU'TT.. .- n l'a d Up1a Da
York a' .MTBt.J
credenti&la 'J.e .oo Conyento exemption (rom th con1rJOn 'I V mhe city of Ja.cbooriUe, on tbe In' wued have .wenty and thirty.ean 1 DO If, '
a reteu untit 3 'dqc P.)1. battle,claimed in andent.I Monday 111 Jaly DU:' withio the leJai houra orule already of the dUOIDioationa of SECOSD _, -- 500" II I d Rice. A'fIlJWllUlno't'd. .
3 P. rate of prisoncn ,of war. .lot parcel or 1&Dd" I DI beillg, to run. and are er..feDiellt. .' 1000" IIHe s-tlt.eea .
O'C'LOCK JL all or al'ordiDC. '
ne I the ground that. he, carrl d DO ton of J acbnoril1e; tD the, '100, .SO, aud '1,000 W&LL au:. hl FAO OaS.ronrardi aD4. w01'l'J11TJtDC"1W. .
Connatiou met punuut f.o a.lt. times on aDd.a&t.ed bahe inn.tmellt. fur eapital- del in ton aud aJae..uaG w '.
and profitable eharp' el'1
.hen and 1I"'as in fact a nonOOmbatant."Sun Conty or Dual.&lid UoIl'1l Lo& So. fOllr (4)OD ) we to bcMD. parebuera multi > _wiD duDat .-t Commission Yerchan, CMtrI .c- OJ, 1 1CADUGES
the Coouniuee Cn1a .capon& indlleemeat l1ukt1taJ.- per .
00. w enemies.' pointin it beiDr tlM Sate retide eeor A .tron ue.1 iD1I&mla' within'he w.BABJ'. at t""
be .
l1e mbatant uid .&re So. two m, the CoapoDl e&I1 '. eeotl pet'thouaDd Cor a EOtTH ATL.UiTIC: or ery .
their POrt. which 1rU recu 1Iitll aU the apperteo&QON frolD the or .itorl&lidcapit.a.iittl and ODe &loDar Iny uee&lellt. ."-IW-teLl t .
and hd trumpet AI thf1 prepared to put : 1. JIarriJoa torether of tau. The att.entioa The Brick are madl of C11armtoo. s.c. ; 111'111JaM '
aJfpt.ed. .A Comm ttN .u to hoJd in .our band thor'llillto LeloaPg, lerie4 apoQ under acl from abroad 1a alto iurlted&the character .- mater& 4rie4 1IDoln ecwerj &ad are r baa been fahe J'aeterareancI Pda.caa..W" ia cM.tanuI l ,
death .hv. 100 the matqfal are O ScI
arpoiDled to Ideet oOJ1I'1I1eh him to or to' aatW'1 r .aod LJL .
rman.nt. InstrumeDt wbich tridtes our CocsIY fNla 1.1. Cfollrt ry of the of t.wo Bood. header &III!01 beUU1WUy \baa UJ r.ka.t are eoJDJDJU Buinela axle'twen'1: Jal7 8-U
Cwnnittee ft1lred d afLer a'euuq l.Jte very elaima or lliram lluber et aI.t A.S.DALDWIY, &DIl a.t pn .
baporte4- .. uperien Dntal 11. .
us. UAH BOWDEN.SheriI' Co.JacuolniU. bein 1101'111
B. A .
&ewt.inst Lra1 JIutrld DOY11-1y
returned and reported toeD-Cul\ should not Pres',1a... G.C WAll ordera t.ft with ). Wac W.s.BOSTWI .w rwpedfaI.'IIIIV .
of Dural Coulltl.JaduIoDril1e
u rt'fi nt ortbe CoDvenuon, Fg our&e1vCI, ,'e Jl.re ure wc 1856. .,April S l.dAcknow T"unuu. who an ra1.U., will be promp&J1&t.t.edo" -- -- .. Iy iDlona the cit.fII J ICboItrU1e.I "7 .ojaiay
Sumner's B.6W
.ere1I".e )ay3l, GOOD
have o
1 "')0.T. 11. White. J. ; 0. LACOtilSE.JaekaoDrlUl. Jaa riau..DanI
L..iLaC andLr. f1Q1I' a. '"tee P i. 4JP'tsed; to do 'WitlJout count.ingthec SlIERlFF'S SALE. ledgement.TUE JOs. IIDporbnt. to tb Feople'of Gallery,_ F
:.C. BaJ'rt't u'Secretary J J" ; We aboald bue' prepared our.6elv 'TILL be IOld befure the CC/Ort Doue door, 1IDdentgned be lea" to retarD their April 25.CENTREL JackSonville chea at DDTlSTRT. ID..a '
and in- the Ant JacbODriite&lid
defence. of J'aeboame, CID thaDb t.he eitbeuol earet.I f .
Iobert Dui6iw a.D4 J. AeUlQt t Fforelor---Ur-_ ___ _"oo. ..."".w... SODday.V ia in t.IM.eity Jaly the ",lackJoaWe andAu.ptor'rta itl "ticlDitI their kind. patrooap ..inceU.eir ST AGE 01' ,AT 'COST. a'\M aip l : tar Slnll CIf.w.c'\ .J'.. wll'ttd .,.
Staewies. stead.of lupnaeu. .ith itl ToDUoGlMlt &ad bel to iDrona --11I
tber \uiAuI SELLDo
to .B.udiDCla.
she first principles eommeaeement L.I N E. B Cap.s. pa
ftport 1I'U receh'ed d ad .as and tabn una..ar" aad priUedgei beIo ba. told their .lItirt St.oek&DIl SPJUNG GOODS, we 0<. .
uutruc:1ed us that.tb aG41a da.Ppert&Dcel theca & they viA l EWNANSVILLE der to III_. row
the would hit ALLIGATOR
Con\"enLt Geo. CoLli upon tak. or logic al a .w Road 1eried apoo to aatill1fef& LDliaeaa to lr. LeW Le"1. ao4. FRO) 'LJ)11NGTOY r.o OCALA. thiI cia" forth..r.r anic1. .eo 1_far mE J'
be boatitc. aod 60.
of)Ir. rools must renrd"&pDt of the the eo D" or t oirp. KICA'OPf, befbn -
adnnce merit. aDd.
Chair 4e1i-ered an a.nimat.ed 1A fnor or )1cItu .trier.att.eatioD will the UaitoII 'Jt.a&ea .. .An aft harlted III. J"Uchuinl i.
a.nd .abido the A D&O.Jackaoan"lle Ntlli-weeky. DIILi
A..1IODE .
lland uJAJiiptorM&Dk RoW Comp&ZlY Dr1Gooda IlT-flfi
!t tho eonc1u QD uf which CoallUI and that 11.0 m.' up ".1 eoueeting 'WlUt TALLAHASSEE e1. .CcIn .p'
the DOWPE-"i, 1S5&-tt fail aDd ,
therefore. tRun
p1ure I.y11. dALLIGA. 1
1-eJ .
iNoe "' We STAGES ehea" C'vru ,
81 DOIIIinat1ona fllUlutiona 4.e.rre of D.1 Coot1.Jacboa' r.Qd J4CKSOS'.I !
Sherii' ,w.et'i'
condition puLlic ALAtUS'fAGESd .. Ior .
an. t.he aDd P thaa -
AuunzaBIRIlETT' A opeD
t.ecJ; .ben the f. T tion adlJumc.1It.il blic outrage ,loch 'unhappyeonsequeu.cet. .fay3! 1856., yc.- .u x. TOR aM w 1'A)1P cheaper V.14_y"rood ratu..aD thai we clod'w r. Iy hY&wbowiUlnd UalUII_ I,

o-morro. mo"'U1g ,t JQ 0 cWc affairs which hu prot1uccd l goverurDCnt. & ALEXANDER., QC..u.AThe &I1DOue"tW Ih.y,w. '1'IIDDmg.a &H ea&eDnick of pd ad &be CIIIIJIon.&ha&this udt7. n.TwiU
&t tb4i feAt N ticc. .WQers .comf'orr.a.1lte StJ onb1a a k11 ,III tlliap .w..ud If J"cal1A4..1riiIpn be ieW 1ri Uae oica&.uc.c. '
i Dealen'm to .
and 'Thi iAUtary''ngret the place thAI att.r b11oU1oQ ea l'-and ltetail will qdI"'W.1IaeNot will.. ;
ItGt.n.1 ; "fJ II 1I1roby IIna, th8 accr're.tio1Q at.Fuaeq.rL" 1" IIUOOo..WW
A.trlca-Bet t ptUlec..t a.nd mOde gf Jobii unb.fill act. we.are )lOt NOTICE. DO I lix 1I'eeka applacatiola will Groceries. FOVisiollS, T baccoSegars \ Uu for WRIGnt.CAT.1IEY.. '', J.XODE BJ.O. to p Usa'eeeII 11I1
IUcaal "peech mtemper.nd ioDer at PIDl.,for thl1u. 'AUiptorJ. F..J 1656fwer ftataterspon.._= .
CeaAJ'JDcL at.all that a 10 be mad&e Ule &c. Agellti" J. --- .
Xt"Toa JGO. Tbe lteamer Qi. i'I-Judsed. u ilr. Sumr.cr'.' hasp1'QrQkd .ClUhe dapflC W.'So.6517, 'Ad 01 LiquofSJNails, !C.ARB01tOrGHAM A 1t1t 1501f. J.J1orida.

hu arn-ed from San J. She me aucb reta1i&tion AI h&a eD- 1855. Laau4 to J amea E.-An.. w. .printe.iDCapt. ,A'u. r S" -- a' e1l'1WlJrilteJOIrn -. ; & ThOJB'SO. Ja1.p.rt U.nudo Ideo1 '
ia: OOL B.eJiDellt ,11(1)COftISSION. ,
'I CoIapIUIy. I'ActOJ. '
the Jlre rrportJA the encuatlon'II V'o11tllt.ers Ia the war wit.k the REED'S. .J.1UXGE Are.' a&0caJa. SMt"r.N
lip&IS. ., ,
alCIrIpa br tLe Cuat RicaDL 1'bere SuedThe PUle lIulzzc heeD 101'aDCIeana& JACKSOFLORID. \ -
CatboI catbedra1 at AnnagbII Creek Iadi&DI.hI tbe Gomer r _. LAND.W""RRANT8.TnE rtlt "111LEDWITH..UI...,ad 'IIIIVV
fVthei fiPtiDr tel' the battle e r araiall tulocaL oa eatere4 b '.haad fan'I -- _. 11105.U.ii
TTEEP coutut11 U for ,
The' United' States CNDERSIGND ..1'I.C m.. .
SC-.t. -
dayol- -
_arty completed. O 4iate4 tile- 1iM.'whida' theI'-.re.. .1"1 ". h fro'i : { .
LaDd \heir
] labseribed th Iura of.l t ..rdI, 1856JonN ). 1'O g iI J.in mar1l. nt.. 'Theilterl 'A1UUL"f5 r o' .IJ.i 'dnj.DOXl'i l I XAt > .
1 .
",, 1.t.T1ri ,Dar. ba"e few James E.ADeL "lIIal a&'n '' 'U1S0.. J !ro! raD'S s..unA",' r. :
.mol1ribJtWJ 'to be :A : frl1I tl ,
'ere .- Tb I ucllll'h'.l B .2" 1 J
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.: ) ? r fb. ". ritv,1St r. 0 ..:): .LIIUIC41f, ,!1'-! 2LCO*. t ttiflnit% l $ 1'HE ''FLORIDA ,NEWS" _. If_ Jewelry. .1Jewelryfl! 'For, Florida:Direc(. '
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Letter B painted ou".fW 1 lack> too* it Through In '2 .
Day marks th* ,Florida Reed from Cape a "
along .
WM. '3ROTHE hoar-s I.w
Honda Sandy 1te11J t.-bewu. arranged iatfafMp iron lattke wbrk. Under red ahaft 'sisa A... Dltltitb cJ iki.rtnttMt.. ', t. PUaUar
l 4goMs ia \"btt C whU.,&rstaintogcx41cdK7, : TUE r.A\"o J
>}Ut<* r1 *hfcVW: ,,:j Marine WiTCKM1Ki
I ". ; W seathwmrtiW:westward, aractadiaeunfonuity S, 224 16m 35, W, (trofn]; distant 5 9-10 In1. fi. : I'Jeweller

to-thane*efCongrasi snaking appro- b&<ica1IDi1.. Bean from Eastern Sambo Or ?LXMTLYLNIL.C.rir :. HOUSE ALMANAC A5 CABoirSYM.
J I firUgWbos. *, lightboats.buojsctWfullofriug IJ'FQirA and M COUNTING ,
beaeo,-"N16d'38aa591.E ItroeJ] l distant J.8.H.mK _
L. .
I .n.M:3tI853.: 8 1.10 nautical miles Lat. 24d3lm 24s N.Lon.81d31ml6sW. rLv.T".U 1856. (NEaT -DOOR TO'TOE 'rcSt-OFFICC.) COXETTEJL cO Uf.5'
: day marts along the Florida ; ,.her !r'
: WILL-tift
OapJ' o band assortment of beautl-
oa a splended tripe"
;\ Kccftt from Care Honda to Sand Key HAS D'SoIlUa" '.'
I ud JEWELRY of the latest
the oaitiona of tho qZAtTUJLtO IELCOX .1cSUItzUILDINOS PerpeUaliy, : t4:1IIf0l I cu.Ii t'C unique Ck 25th lust, at UJt :'
light-bouses, .ocetipr t> KER Q 'cII"IIS ,- ylas and fashion, such as pee twJackacnrin n4Ii
I Letter pit d on rane white hoop 1 FURNITURE. 1I.If" Q It.ry T a, ttie
Coast Surrey used in making, surTcjson ; "CDNDIE tf &aDlI t t.ll
r 0 that cuut. Tbcy are each 00017 :. Iron lattice-work cylinder, black; ahaft and .e ti CARGOE and other Pry, 1856. = I = g 18 6. = = = ::4 i : OLD. EAR-RINGS GUARDS, FOB and -VEST ChAINSot, her landings oa.the &t& .. h1.\

posed olin iron ;ahaft'Uiirty-sli Sect high Tane., red. Bean from Geiger' houses 8. against 1 o 4'li. HAVING made I f r .- = I 1 _f .1 r:4 = J .4 .w. are"IIOW' pr BREAST.PIKS.Ao, STAGJ:3 toIDIed, BL.t .JoL.the j---'IIC.

I. ol1H1"upc u iron! screw .foundations di.- 3d 29m 24s E, (true ; distant about 4 i-2 : "Arl'-_, I-:0. -- .2 -3 -4 6 IiI--- I I 2"3 .- I all of which will be offered at the fewest 'price. lla a. ot Iacte"ADirator

# tDb.d by k tane upon 'which ono, of nautical mi' i Bears from'Soth Saddle HiUs, P. Rutherford,ICRI KteU, tensive arrauge- 7 8 9 1011 12 6 7 8 9 10 11 1"4 pared> toezecutet ,Io CASH Xat aDd Middle F lorida, LAII
I, r the letters of the alphabet, ia painted and S, 13d 13m Ols W, (ItrucJ]] distant S muticalmilej. Jol C. Aloote A. Carrier, 13111516171819 13141516171 1E.9. |3r WATCHES, &'., repaired and warranted. pe on the Calf of Mci Ice. .. It

above U lattice work iion eUnder, Lat 244 29m 32sV.. Albert Sep I John B. RaUeror msntafortheezscn21 2 3 :4 2S 26 20 21 2"l 23 24 25 26 &.,shortest notice, Mr. 0-. with bis experience for the last tweatyigbt Returning' the CAlOLIlt".ilt : '
a hoop, 12729293031-- at 8 &Jock It
ir Alvin Samuel Jgt'. 2'993O3I' e years aa a practical WATCHMAKER, flat- A.M.Tbatll.larllNnaiD n.
_,j orbarfeL i : IUD KEY LIOIIT-HOTSE. WUi I Uo.orenryc1eacrlpFu'y..-I 2 At'o'.. I 29 all kinds of l ers himsvlf that ba is fully competent to five .- II o'elock, and Jaebonirl4lolirrittaL ,
i I Three colors (white, black and red) are An iron pile structure 121 feet high painted Sauel J0"P.' lru en. 3456189 3411I 6 7 I Ire satisfaction to those who desire to have their A.11. reaching CbarlfttOD ,11. ?at J.""

ft used in painting each signal to render them a dark color surmounted bj a lantern A. J. GILLETT, Jt1IORD. tionof. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16, 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Pamphlets, watches,; !e., repaired in a workmanlike manner. .iUa the New York stamexb life.
i at. st.rikingtotbe.eoof the mariner .ai whit. MORGAN General Agent. ? n 18 19 20 21 22 :3''' 17 18 19 20 21 22 2J All persons1 having good watches which,bowver For freight engay.uce tDd orfaeJJ.'

-. poniiMe, and are BO combined that no two painted This light-house ia 7 1., nautical miles, J.H. McRORT. Agent AT JACKftOXTILU,Jockemville,ICoL Flo.KirXKUtCXS Job Printing' MA'N--1 2t 25 26 21 28 :9 24 31-------25 26 23 28 29 30 Law Blank, rder e ., do will not do perform wall to well call,on and Mr.are Orothe now,out whose of .rpl1? to ''',}Are.f. LA"TOY,

.4 adjacent day marks hare the earns colors I in'a southerly direction, from the Key 3. S. Sammit I Capt Charles Wilier, : OW. 2 3 '4 5 6 7 8 'EU'f. I 2 3 4 5 6 t arm are "no cure to pay." .JOUS BROWc.
"- 4 upon like parts. I West light-house. LaL 24d 27m 09s? .5 N. CoL John Broward Sam'l N. Williams, Esq Btttntionofthoee 9 10111213 14 131 1 S 9 1011 1213 DnsloeMCardjVisiting Mr.O. avails himself this opportunity to ten. S.pt.22- .r A\.L.nf.'It ,

I". Matters of vessels may asctrtlon their I Lon. Sid 52m 43. 3 W. CoL Henry Timanns | [March 7-tf) 161719192021221 14151617181920 der his sincere thanks to the citizens of this place Republican copy.Uiiic4StatesMajjjj. _.. .

., latitude of longitude with tolerable certainty The foregoing beacons were erected under wishing Printing 2"J 25 26 27 2S 29 2l 2J 24 25 Z6 27 Cards, aad its vicinity for the liberal patronage hithertoestowed '
I "NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR JO 31 -I b him and ha that by a determination
the colors of - I26293U-- on hope -
examining closely tho superintendence of Lieutenant d one U particular! ,Ii 3 4 continuance of ,,
Arall.. 2 3:4 5 Ocr'R. Clrcnlari, to please he will merit a :
I I I the beacons as they are approached, and if James Totten, U. S. Array, Assistant U. OFFICE OF STATE ENGINEER 678910i112/ r 6 1 S 9 10 11 t confidence and patronage. |July U-I, Between Savannah and'FIori"

: A.J f tbe letter painted on the rantys diHtinjraishidythcre S. Coast Surrey. The geographical positions BCKJTA VisrA Owes MILL Post Orricr 2\ 1B, 5. I'' I nrited to this oflca. 13 14 15 16 17 lEI 19; 12 u 14 15 16 17 is Hand DUll, .
Johns River FU August SeJII7WEEKL1
St. ,
,., can be no mil take In the determining of these beacons and their bearings I 2021V23212326 19202122232425 Georgia Millitary Institute, :

,". l their positions. '.and distances from the adjacent object SEALED PROPOSALS wiU be received at this : Terms Invariably -nS 'lfJ 30 _I 26 21 8 29 30 31 show null,
the 20th day of August t 1856. for Mu- I 2 3 ,Nov'ix tJI
; : These day marks are placed on the roost were furnished by the Superintendent of .. --I TIlE
n ;: of the constructing a Canal (with lit necessary appendages I y CASII.-pa 45678l1P; 2 3 4 Ii 6 1 sn\JER.'i:
and points nl11aofLadJa
Coast ,
dangerous the (
'pr.jccting' Surrey. such a* Lift Locks Guard Locks, Basins.Ae.) I 11 1213 U 1516 17;; 91011 1213 14115 MARIETTA GEO.
}orida reef, and are in general from four By order of the Light-house Board: from Lake Harney, on the St. Johns River, to In- Orders from the 18 1920 2172 23 24' 16 1718 192021122Dill St. Jokn
,, to six miles from the outside (seaward) THORNTON A JENKINS; I diaa River a distance of thirteen milet,3,4lOfeet, I I II 25 26 27 28 29 30L31 23 24 25 so Fare, 1 ''IIK; Academic year i is divided -

I ;:, shores of the Florida Keys and within Secretary. I authorised by the General Assembly of the Stats I COG.trr..lUbe J uI 2 3 t 5 61 .10----- .L into two sessions of five months each. The CtP1. '.J.\s. ,

; i ; half mile in every case, of the edge of Treasury Department, of Florida at its session J854-55, by an Act 8 9 10 11 12 71('Dloc'n. I 2 3 4 Ii 6 Label, Tenth Session commences on the 20th of February .UD JlnCEnoa!
.j I the gulf steam. Office Board January 10,1856. I entitled an Act to provide for and encourage a promptly .zsc t.I. 15 16 n 1811920:21: 1 S 9 1011 12 13 next and ends on the 19th of July.
% ,,' The depth of water where these signals Light-house liberal system of Internal Improvement in thilStal.e. I 2"l 2J 2t 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 .c., &e. The Cadets are divided into.four College Clashes. Welak
Jos.F.Roaxao. 25126 271291 2-1 25 2627 Tbe Annual Commencement takes place onWednesday
stand does not exceed four feet at )low tide, MARVELLOUS REMEDYFOR Proposals will specify the amount for which the -29130-. : I 2Si2l,30 2172123, 31.- before the 20th of July. .

I in'any case, and just outside of them to the work will be done, the mode and manner in which I ;- -b 1CEDEMIC STAFF. CAPT. X.KING, ,

vattward, in the gulf stream, it is of un A MARVELLOUS AGE !II! payment are to be made, whether in land or mw- -.I Col. A. V. BRUMBY, A. M., WILL leave .tccj14,,
known or portion of each. F., every PUTa.
I depths.These ey Superintendent and Prof of Mathematks TttsDAt '
be at DAY lU011Ii
Profiles and Estimates can seen at 10
,11. day marks may be approached this offics and any information obtained by addressing and Natural Philosophy.. very MONDAY aDd o'clock. 'IIot PALAL ,

i',. from seaward within few hundred yards, th. undersigned at "Orange I Port Office, Capt. THOS. R. McCONNELL NAH at 10 o'dOl.k, TDtRSDAT

,. 't But it would always be prudent, and particularly I St.John River, Fla." Commandant of Cadets, an*rIOt of Engineering. I-np, both ways. touching at -JI

with Very light winds, or. i ia bad, I Proposals will be receded for constructing a Mr. V. II. MAXOET, They.iIIleaYl J "' wiviBaavi
,? _. wentter, (o glte them a good berth :. Railroad. over tbe same ground. Prof of French and History. and Friday morning at 3 o'clock}r..1."

I In moderate weather often happens, especially F. L. D.\NCY, 3fr. VT. II. HUNT, A. M., These Boats have been built rJJIfthI

\ after easterly gales, that the force aug25-ly State Engineer, State of Florida Leighou <& Russell Prof of Chemistry 'and English Literature. Route, and having large&IIcJ airy Stat.,..r".

and direction of the gulf stream sets across VHLUAIIsjB IMIOFEKTY IN ST Mr. J. B. GOODWIN. eomlDOlbtioD valids and others oler IIn .lecllDdlltt"lta

the reefs, and then.vessels are imperceptibly AUGUSTINE FCK SALE. Profeifor of Drawing. quire at For fmtcr rartinlaJa.
carried amid its the
dangers, although
"I I" I i 1 Holloway's Ointment. EMAQKOLIA HOUSE. Also that raluable! Atsis't Professor of Mathematics.A. BISCEEiCAXOVJl,
if made __
steered should
ouree good, carry
HOTEL property known as the FLORIDA CONNELL M. D.. Suryon. AgtDtJ JRlimuifl-
: outside of all AND J. 0. DEV.Ut .
t t. them danger. HOUSE for terms apply The Institution is under the direction and management Allnt Pllath.
I : J When the master of a vessel finds ono TilE GRAND EXTERNAL REMEDY. toA.. II. COLE, of a Board of Trustees, in conjunction CLA0Ii0ii. Ctt UGBX;

:. .f these beacons to the eastward of him, By the aid of a miserosoope, we tea millions of august 18-tf Orange Mills. Fla. DOOR 1YIANUFACTURERSJI with a Board of Visitors appointed by the Governor These Boat eonnt both A&ellta SaYiDial,
p little openings on the surface of our bodies. of tho SUte. wzys wi4
.1' he be sure that he is bttween the Stages between 'Sue
Through these thi when nbb.dO the By ait art of the Legislature, the Institute bu 1II41 &.
reefs and tho keys and consequently surrounded Ointm'Dt t stkz: Ocala aud. Tampa .
.. .ki is carried t Cy org. inward part. Diseases 'zL-4 THE SUBSCRIBER'S OLj THE been furnished with 140 Cadet Muskets and Accoutrements between Bay, SIMI With
by shoals and dangerous rocks. of the Kidneys, disorders of the Liver, affections : STAND baring been entirely destroyed p. and surrounding country, that they have a large establishment in Cbarleiton, S.C and a Field Battery, consisting of im Charluw Savannah and New York Pltila4.lthia

.' CAFE FLORIDA LICHT-HOCSE-TOWER WHITE. of the heart, Inflammation of the Longs by fire, be has removed to 142 Meeting-it with every facility that such an establishment can profitably! work, tor the manufacture of four siz-pvnnder brass pieces ant twu twelve n L3 [JIIJ f-f, -
Astnmas, Coughs and Colds, are by its &effectually corner of Wentworth, the stand occupied pounder llowitiers.
On south point of Key Biscayne, off the cured. Everv honswife knows. that salt by W. .J.GAYER, where he continues his business Sashes Blinds and Door The Superintendent and Commandant are graduates 3nbtptttbtnl
of Florida. I 25d 39m .
southeast point
I-i J .. !- 5h N. Lon.80d09m29sW. nets. This healing Ointment more readilypenetrates of Cnt class VEHICLES of all detcrlptiont, of every use and all descriptions, also MOULDINGS of any pattern,-'at the shortest notice. the West Point plan, the public may be assured INLAND

"I': .\ rOWET BOCKS BEACON. through any bone or fleshy part of the some choice FAMILY CARRIAGES built expressly LEIQ110X RUSSELL guarantee their work to bo worth one hundred per cent. more for dot, that its government, discipline aud course of ROUTE T SAVAlJA
I living body, curing the most dangerous inward for his Customer all of which he studies will be enforce!
Country ability, than the Northern made work sold in this market. Price current luts of our work can be strictly
: Letter P, painted red on tho vane ; hoop cmplaintl, that cannot be reached by other means.ERYSIPELAS. will SELL CHEAP FOR CASH or City actep- teen on board the Steamer Carolinx Give us a trial March 29 TERMS. ,EUjfe fr THE NEW AXD

Iron lattice-work cylinder white ; shaft SAIL RHEUM & SCORBUTIC ance. LEONARD CHAPIN.fJiP" __ ; Tuition, Board, Washing, Fuel!, Lights, Hire of -

and Tane black. Bears from Cape Florida ( IR.No Order promptly faithfully JiUed. WITCHES Musician, and all other contingent expenses, per COMMODIOUS STEAMER

light-bouse S, 35d 41m 55s K:, (true); distant remedy has ever done 1 for the cure Charleston C., Nov. 18-6m JEWELRY SILVER WARP A session of five months, in advance 9112 50. THOS. G.

S 1-2 nautical miles. Bears from Sol of diseases of the Skin, whatever form they may S. & E. M. Gilbert Fnrgcuu's foe, per annum, S3. HAIGHT

;; dier Key, S, 9d58ta IfcE, (true); distant assume as thi Ointment No caes of Salt llhenra : AND Persons desiring further information, can obtaina : CAl'T. F. J. w. \RIUUY,
Scurvy, or 1r.ipla can UNUFACTGRERSaadDRA copy of the "Reol: tiuns" by addressing the -fTILL leave WeL&k&
3 nautical miles. Lat. Sands
1-2 25d 35m long withstand its influence. The ivntr b-c-: ;LEES ia all descriptions of CARRIAGES Superintendent ANDREW J. UANSELL, ,t' at B o'luck for S-'Vllnllalt.every '. naj tC

I j''. 23s. N. Lon. 80d 05m 51s W. travelled over many parts cf the globe, at Nos. 35 and 40 lIen .C' Fancy Goods.GEORCTEFLAGG __Dec._ 15. S-3m Secretary. Picvlata, JackllOnille, he.,leaving.J Puji,

TKICMPII REEF BrUCOX. I the principal h'pitl dispensing this Ointment, worth Street, and No. 7 Ifayne Street,Charleston ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL, Monday inurning at 2 o'clock A.M.
I giving advice &t appliato and has thus Our Stock is an extensive en., and purchasers -0._ 'leaves Savannah every Frid:11 aC 10 ; rtinj_
'Letter 0 painted black the Oclk.A J.
on rane ; the
beD ."r.tr coUel numbers t are respectfully requested to call on as, as we can This Boat invariably' takes the lBlaidfim
hoop iron lattice-work cylinder, red; shaft offer great inducements in style and prices; and a. and draws but 3 1.2 feet water when bait *''

'\ and vane, white. Dears from Elliott's SORE LEGSSORE ASTS.\VOUN any articles bought at our establishment are warranted L M. LAFF-TZAU.At.Sat'

1m Key, No. 1, S, 82d 30m 26s E. (true) ; distant I 4 ULCERS, in every respect July 8-tf Jaok.son.v.111o Ens"t Efl1orl.c.1.a. SCHOOL. HAKTKIDGE i TUI-Uta. "

i f 3 1-2 nautical miles. Bears from Sol WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this and Mare! 1-ly Agents,
S. of the most scientific surgeons DOW rely SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. place surrounding country, that undersigned would respectfully in- (.. Tier Key, S, 31d Olin 14s E, (true) ; distant solely o the me of this wonderful Ointment, wbtn SUBSCRIBER take this opportunity I to he has again opened at his old stand, TIll the citizens of Jacksonville andsurrounding 1"011pmLADELPHIA -
11' 7 1-4 nautical miles. Lat. 25d 28m having t cope with th*wont eases of sores, wounds I THE inform the Planters of LONG that L..iIl I
3f. Lon. 80d 06m ulcers, and tumors. Professor STAPLid BLOCK community re-open NEW YOu...
50s W. ,
vaDDbr.W.mfg COTTON that be has rebuilt bis F School fur the instruction of youth in -11 the branches : Savannah
I01oway by the Allied GOYm is with a large and wtJIII'lcctctlstock of : Steamship Uao.
LONG BEEF BEACOW. cm now ready to fill orders ia hit line without delay of a thorough English and Classical education,
f I di.pkl of the ,large I at his usual prices. W&Wail S .t1 wa' iw& WA on Tuesday, first day of January next. Thankful CABIN PASS.tGE$2OSTEEij( U
'Letter N painted white the used under the
: on vane Ointment t b Planters GINS
;: direction 0 wanting or Oins repaired, extra z for the very liberal patronage bestowed on bis The well-known ant class?tea &
I; hoop iron lattice-work cylinder, black ; of wounds. tb Jle Sti i the wont cages I Boxes and Brushes, will apply to the following A J efforts during the short time be has been engaged KEYSTONC ipe

..abaft and vane red. Bears from Elliott's stiffness nr any ulcrc1dur swelling Agents, or the subscriber at this place : FA.NOY: GOODs, as a teacher ia this community,be hope., by strict STATE,-
Key, No. 1, S, 52d 15m 21* E, (true) ; distant 20 years, standing.0 c tacul o t J t even ef AGENTS. to which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the attention to business and the exertion of every effort :I- cirr. .. music;

J 3 3-4 nautical miles. Bears from I PILLS AND FISTULAS. DISBEE CANOVA, Jacksonville, Fls New York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer tny customers inducement both as fur the moral and intellectual advancement of STATB OF CEORC1.1,
Alligator, Fla. his to merit continuance of theaam.. Reference
.Soldier Key S, 13d 53m 51s E, 'true) ; These and other similar distressing complaintcan JOHN B. SPENCER White Springs, Fla. regard style and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. pupils is ,made with the utmost confidence to those: CAPT. /. /. CitTI.T,

0 1' distar 8 80 nautical miles. Lat. 25d L be effectually cured if the Oitment be welrubbed D. C. ACOSTA A CO., Centrevillage. Geo. Among my assortment may be found whoso patronage be has hitherto enjoyed, and he' Will hereafter form a WEEKLY LnnterlCt.

', 26m 45s N. Lon. 80d 07m 21s W. in over the ptrts by THOMAS HILLEARD, do. do. BUTTER hopes to be able, during the next year, to cstab- ADELPHIA, sailing EVERT SATCBD1T
: ,AJAX: BEEF XEACOX. :' wise following the printed directions around e&1 COOPER A OELLELAND. Savannah, Goo. RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS Ac., Ac. hub, on a firm and permanent basis, a school, that from SAVAXXAH and CliUlB--
pot CUAS. II. CAMPFIELD, do. do. TINE GOLB PATENT LE\'En.J, (full jeweled,) will, in point thorough instruction and discipline, I TON as follows: .
:' 'i .Letter M, painted red,on the vane ; hoop Both the Oinement and Pills thould b. Capt. B. R. BYT1IEWOOD, Beanford S. C. U $4 DETACHED Constantly on band aol made to order from purt be second to none in the State; and as the object The Keystone State will Mil from Smaai&tW

I f -. Iron !lattice-work cylinder, white ; shaft used in following cotes: SCOTT DEBSAUX A hEY WARD, ii LAPINES, coin, and warranted: is to maL tbs school a permanent one,he respectfully fullowing Saturdays pril 12th sndZStLXir

and rane,black. Bears from Elliott's Key I Bunions Sore Legs Charleston, S. C. (with A without bunting easess) CUTLERY. ask the aid and co-operation of those interested 10th and 24th, June 7th and 2ht .Ltsrisr nt'

:. No. 2.8,7W 35m 43s E, (true) ; distant Burns SOr S. L. BURNS, SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do. in the cause of education ia effecting so desirable adelphia the alternate gatarJavs. ,
3 9-10 nautical railed. Bears from El Chapped Ilands Sore Dr.ut July 28-Gm St.Marys, Geo. DETACHED do. do. From the celebrated Manufactory of Geo.Woltoa.II an object anJ benefit to the community. The State of Georgia will tail from Chartae

t 1 liott's Key No. 1 S, 26d 06m 05s E true ChblaD Sera ned LAPINES, J 0) do. holm A Son, coniiting of Regularity ia attendance being essentially neoeceuary the following 'Saturday-April 5b in* 11,
: ( ); Seeds Seeds It Seeds III From makers which will be warranted to the advancement of tin 3d
: : distant 5 4-10 nautical miles. Lat. Sore of kinds good POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS proper pupilin May 17th, and 31st, Jane 14th and 3ti-
S 25d 21m I Gout Sprains r received a choice supply of Garden Seed, good time keepers. RAZORS ole bis studies, no deduction will be made for lost Leaving Philadelphia the alternate Sitardi,
09s N. Lon. BOd 07m 59s? W. Lumbago Scalds JUST of the Last Crop, and warranted good. JEWELRY. time, except in cases of protracted iiluess. In strength, speed and accoannodatiee*.l AM'

0' "i PACIFIC BEEF BCACOX. 310ruria Eruptions Swelled Ga'I Beans in variety, Beets do, Cabbage do, Carrotdo FANCY GOOD The school will be continued in the same building ships are fully equal to any running the CM*.

: Letter, K, painted black, on th'e rane Stiff Joiu Cauliflower do, Celery, E. Com in variety, Consisting of Such as CORALS, PORTE MONIES, ACCOR (Mr.Swart's school-room) opposite Biggs t Inland navigation, 100 milt on Delawtn lim
Rheumatism Cucumbers do. Plant Leek Tomote ia GOLD GUARDS, Co.'s Foundry. and BAY two nights at
iron lattice-work Egg variety LIONS, PERFUMERY LUBIN.S' ; sea.
fo'I' hoop cylinder, red ; shaft Salt Rheum Venereal Sores Lettuce in variety, Mellon do, Onion Seeds CUATELAINS, LOCKETS, BRACELETS, OTHER EXTRACTS,FANCY AND Terms-Four. six, and ten dollars per quarter.tTsr" Agents at PhibO Ipbia, HERON It MAITCT

..;" .and vane white. Bears from Old Rhodes I Skin Diseases Wounds of all do, Mustard Seeds, Okra, Parsely Parsnips, (Pets PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS SEALS, PAPIER-31 CIIEE JEWEL SOAPS CA Tuition payable monthly. Agent at Savannah C.A.GRE1SEI.Agent.
; Key, F, 76d 29m 51s E, (true,) distant 5 V Sold at the Manufactories of kid in variety, Radish di, Pepper Spinach, Squash in DIAMON RINGS REGARD Do. liES, ROSEWOOD WORK W.T. CAKE. at Charleston, T. S. t T.0.BUDD.

'r l': 1.2 nautical miles. Bears from Elliott's r LOWAT, SO Maiden Lane, New York, and 244 I variety. Turnips do, Aromentto and Sweet Herbs GOLD THIMBLES, SLEEVEAND BOXES, PORTABLE Jacksonville Dee. 2?<1.1355.Cosmopolitan April 2, 1856 spi23mi1anotiaijout

.. Key, No. 1, S, 15d 48m 15s E, (true) ; distant Strand, London, and by all respectable Druggistsand do,Flower Seeds do, COLLOR BUTTONS WRITIFO DESKS, Asociationi -
Dealers cf Medicines iba United At Hall! STUDS, CUFF PINS, Art !
4-10 nautical miles. Lat. 25d 22m30s thhoat Apothecary RETICULES .S, COMBS, .
I States, and the civilized. 25 Match 22-31 Jacksonville BROOCHES, EAR RINGS, DRCSiI'ES
N. Lon. SOd 08m 30s W. 621.2 cents, and $1 each. ,i at cents'', Fla.- GOLD SPECTACLES EYE GLASSES CHILDRENK', THERMOMETERS SECOND TC.IK.

A KRANGEMENTS the Second Annual Col-
Letter K. painted white on the vane lure sites.N undersigned is now prepared to serve tbe Together with various other articles too numerous (\. lectiun 01 this new and popular Instntion cstahlishinent. has been
0- hoop iron lattice-work black; shaft .nd K.disorder Directions to the guidance o patients i L community at large in his line of business. SILVER WARE. to mention. for the diffusion of Literature and Art, have been This ,

are affixed each : the
.rane_,.red. Bears from Old Rhodes Key every & He will attend to the sale of Nerroes. Lands. or COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT N. B. CLOCKS,WATCHES, and JEWELRY, made on the moet extensive scale. renovated cleaned daring ic and put is IIII

0, (a alto 41s E {true) ; distant 4 4-10 P. any other effects placed in his charge. Letters FORKS TABLE DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, thoroughly repaired and war,anted, at the mort.SUGAR Among the works already engaged, is the far- mer-painted losFAMIUES throughout, sow

nautical miles. Bears from C sar'. creek H JA BCRER addressed for information, will be promptly replied SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do., ttt notice. 3T TERMS CASH. [oct28-ly tamCII"GEXO.A ready INVALIDS TKAXSIISTBOAKDERS
: bank S Cd l8m! Ole Fashionable Boot Maker to. His general acquaintance in this State. CRUSIFIX," ,
west I
(true) distant Ar.
; and others render it to
( unnecessary append re which originally cost Ten Thousand Elian.
6 MO nautical miles. Lat 25d 16m 52s N. %. NEWNAN STREET, ferences. BENJAMIN UO 'KINS, ; Jacksonville FoundryACHINE iAn A2ci1ecEtrrv. Ba1J. In forming the new Collection the diffusion of For the future Mrs. Thompson- bJy yt*.-
p. Lon. SOd 12tn 24 W. Two POORS FROM Jacksonville and the drmnUjtoi'toj
rOanTI-I. Sept.22th 1855It.WANTED works of American Art and the encouragement: sing every qualification,
: !j, CAKTSrORT REEF tICIIT-HOVIE. Jacksonville, Eat Florida iF i it of American genius, have not been overlooked! experience will have too supcrintembaet. Tie
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a t-t subscriber Depository; Commissions have been issued to of ti; subscriber solicits a continuance ofpaitfliTwyiaier -
t riroo pile light-homo tower aud keep THE rallr announce to his WORKS. Removed to the snort distinguished American Artists who will the present management,every exertka>wia
.: patrons that / \NE or Two Hundred Nejroes to work the New Store in Holmes contribute -
; er3 quarter, dark color. On Caryafurt b. has taken th. .tro a formerly te occupied by J. W. VJ Florida RsJl-Road, for whom tho highest m THE Subscribers, having made extensive and Building, opposite Dr. Baldwin's0111cc some of their finest producboD4Among the issisUnce of the pre.ent bortes,will be sue*

a .1 '. reef, near the edge of the gulf stream, and PaCl .her prepared t make and wages will be paid. Apply to improvements in their establishment Jacksonville. them ar. three Marble Busts, executed by the to give general satiifactioo. The house is iWrt-

to the eastward of Key Largo Lat. 25d SI10ES a the finest finish .tl. DoTS gept JOSEPH FINIGAN, Jacksonville are now prepared to furnish- WHERE is kept constantly on hand a large and greatest living Sculpture, -Hiram Powers: bly situated,the ilait

r'l' ', 13m, ISs N. Lon.80J12cn44s'W. D. superior 1 any.ke.tc 06.r e&the ut pal I .22-tf or A.H.COLE Orange Mills. 8team 1 to Knglnei/of 100 bones; any required power, from DRUGS selected AND asaortmentof GEORGE WASHINGTON, Rooms furnished Airy, dean hant oely.and Ntatnta.KvtMSvantinf

CHEMICALS The Father of his
.H. THE neo )CAcoN.-Building.( ) Ha himself Saw Mills; Country:
that the general satisfaction Always received ,
far by the latest arrivals
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I -i-I Letter I, painted red, on the vane ; hoop ha hu heretofore, will entitle him &the 01o'tb..1ng s'tore Sugar Mills; fresh and genuine. Also, The Being entirely built of wood, alumni readers a Jr e
: iron Jbrttiee-work patronage of those who wish s well Horse Powers; Philosopher ; J S
fitting The eunneete
cylinder white ahaft from Uampne** rooms
i ; made of Bt BAY-STREET Grist Mills Perfumery, Combs, R rushes. Soaps DANIEL WEBSTER .
g and black. out the best materials Ha will : with Fireplaces, and *
Tine. Bears from Grecian and all other machinery used in this Lamps, BurnIng 1'luld ic. The Statesman. I Doors blindsorla
satisfaction who favor country. ,
to him Next door Reed's
". .' Shoals beacon, N, GOd 45tn 40. E, (true) ; a&c. t a may wit ( BrickTJuilding) Iron and Brass CuUn,.. which will be sold low for cash. A special agent has visited Europe and made careful opening lightful through to of the 300 Piazza f ccl, .lIIIdlrottdIlh

i distant 2 4-10 nautical miles.] Bears from lie has O hand large supply l of and THE Subscriber has now in ti1' Steamboat Saw Mill and other repairing, Country orders solicited and punctually attended I and judicious selections of foreign works of Art, house fnin promenade rain, eold wind*, ic _aad forns alightful *-

'I :.Carystbrt Reef light-house. S 29d 29m Ladies and Cd.Shoes, which he wi B.1 at and is constantly receiving direct from at short DOt.1co.til" to. Physicians'prescriptions put up with care and .. both ia Bronze and Marble; Statuary and Choice; RcmCAT: from confinement at sB.s*_esot ,
( l'. .35e W, (true) ; distant 5 4-10 nautical low prices. New York, a full and well selected assortment of All machinery purchased from ns will be de patch. Paintings. the year.. The House i II situated iD a c..
J t it\I rmiles. Lat. 25d 06m 32s N. Lon. 80d 15m EtTBepairing dons at low prices-and at READY I put in operation iii any part of the State, by TEAS. The whole forming A largo and naluable colic .1tioo.f.&ting the South and retired from..t&Mr
HADE pas
.t .C L. '401 'W. notice._ July CLOTHING, CODlpetOllm..hhlitI, when desired and upon Agent for tha New York Vekln Tea Company. tion of Paintings and Sutnary, to be distributedFHE houses. It contains 45 roomsi, aol ceaYtu.-i .
," .' AGENTS WANTED AND reasonable t.nDI.Dra..iDp Tea of direct importation, and of 34 varieties,from among the members of the Association for in general, and for accommodation ad III.
t. I' CKEC1AN SHOALS BEACON. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods and Estimates fnrnismed, without a 1.4 to I Ib. in a package, alt warranted and &t the Second Year. -

.: I, j ,';Lettei II, oa r ne. paiated black hoop To sell by subscription, a Complete History of the charge. MOONEr A GOOKIN, extremely low prices.rcr'oantry Terms Membership' :1My object in ad1'lrti.ill-.tie sboU.1:
.. iron httice-wcirk RUSSIAN WAR which are manufactured border, and also A large July 8-tf Founders and Machinists. nealenapplied, order The that th.llou or
by friends
cylinder, red ; nJmfl and and well selected assortment of lug payment of three dollars eonstUnies *ny make known to my
( 't .f' vane, white. Bears from Sound Point S Now Ready. One vol.octavo, accompanied with Cash. one a member this Association and entities' Lim future, win give 'tLrolCtr.'re|>rtK tMercharge II
1 45d Mm 23a E (true) distant Illustrated with BOOTS & SHOES.to FOUNDRY mOll WORKS GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, A c. to either one of the following Magazines for ond' will be a triaL
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,, tical _ilea. Lat. ; Engravings which be would call the attention of the public Y R. W BIGGS & Co., J also always kept on hand. year, and also a ticket ia tho distribution. of .the I 1 .
25d 07n 22s N. Lon. Including a large colored Map of the seat of War. generally. JtVl.wnrillc, Fla. : july 8-tt T. )cMILL.A. Statuary and Palutines. si. pp.tine, Dee. 1-3m_ _
t. 80i, 17m 57, W. Also, a beautiful Chart, dan by &Artist i lie will sell low for cash, now prepared to execute orders The Literature issued to subscribers consists 01

))1" ". .., raEJlCJI aUF BEICOK. eiht months i the .-- Nor.8 )r. MUNTERSttyaaxtfs ARE. or Steam_ Engines_ ,_Saw Mills promptly, Sugar Mills I Dying and-Renovating Estab tbe following Monthly Magaiines:'Harper', Put I Harness Depository
: Letter O BEING complete and reliable History of the ana fans Urist Mills, Horse Powers Iron and nam's, Nkkerbocker, Blackwood's, Graham'; Cariagcfe
f" t ;!lattice-work on Tane painted while; hoop &trm it* commencement to its cIos..- ; jjottl Brau Castings, and every variety of Machinery. lishment. Godey' Lad,'. Book, and Household Words WHITE HOCSl,.
'p. ; cylinder, Wads; shaft anti Tine All the accounts being from eye witnesses ; Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, Persons taking five memberships are entitled to : : AT TIlE Comer
pp. -.' Bears from Lower Sound Point, 8, participant*in the scenes domb. Persons la.a S. C. Steamboat and other repairing. 73 York street, rear of the Cotrt House. any five of the Magazines for ono year, and to, -- Soutb.1Ves& 5TU'CAgrk. !
'4 I- .:. dJl3mJ3s Et.Orue)i di.tant.S nantical ding .2Z>0 will receive a copy and mol AlKEN They wUI continue the manufacture and keep S .\ Y ANN A II GEO. six tickets in the distribution.Tfc. M1ETL&Liaia.5TWO&TU
II : I ,..wjfA lItIpt 'or 'nnlidl it.U1I.i.it.d ----'r- ban!their .ariet" ot P1o. f K,lnhHh l. ..e rtwacde derived from the sale of- ..f4.'. S..C.
1 t'dlrV,1r'hhkLln ;; t Puts .I'f ; .n i&. "" ... Vail, TIm'? 1 2' J emtonhip t t1..tt
"m. tio a
30m 07 E 5 clIalDi 1
(true) distant 6 2-10 "c., WWCA devoted
; nautical iney re.peetIul SUBSCRIBER are to the
IDj purchase of work ot CARRIAGES of oW" ,
i p .ih very lib. proprietor bu associated with him a vile TIrE greatful to his Patrons every 3, 101.>! 'cc'?
_ '"mile's. LaU 25d 02m OCt N. Lon. SOd 21iaK er. Having ben in the a Northern gentleman, and having improved the patronage.JUSTICE'S July 8-ly friends fur their continued favors,would Art for the ensuing year. prices always on baud and no ar. .,
; O5m w. Haven 1t IS pu1l.h-bT., i Table and the DOOM generally, they trust that .. artte,that he U now prepared to Clean or Dye ill The Advantages Secured such as can be warranted ia the fnUeit. "

PICKLES REEF BEACOJT, tory h.1 wi always ba given mol atira these inducements, together with their united ef J COURT lion JACKSONVILLE colors on Silk and Woolen Dresses, Shawls, Ae, by becoming a member of this Association are- -july 8-If )u.'UTjJJ
; Ac4. .U-MANSFIELD .. d.lid. forts to please their patrons", will induce DISTRICT will, in future bo held which he trusts will generally please all, who 1st. All persons receive the full talu of their
t Letter, painted 'on TIDe, red ; boon i 134 York street New Conn.L1VJEBY visit Aikea this Spring. The atmo.pbeneo&ikei many on the fint Mondays iuttead of the third Mondaysof favor him with their patrn a... Ladies' 'whit may* nbtcriptioni at the start, ia the shape of sterling I $20,000.Gco$a Lands-
_ lana each .
4_ Jron lattice.work'eyJiuder is and every month. Those interested Crape Shawls cleaned Magasine Literature.
white ; abaft so well known for its pureness and dryness that will and bleached in tho ,f
and nne black. ti would be please take otice. best manner, or very 24. Each member is contributing towards 7ASTED to buy Lawls ia b
Bears from Point Char- STALE nseless to comment on it, dyed any color that may be purchasing La""
re- ,
_ _ let, 8, 164 57m Us E N. BILLIARD TABLES and BOWLING JNO. W. PRICE, ) quired. Ladies' Bonnets, bleached, dyed choice Works of Art which are to be dis \CharltoD.W. ,CliuoI.ppIiar .1iWl
tree and
( ); distant 5 C Ja.Ucr.otth.F. Irwin Coffee Thomas and IH
WM. tributed Zarry
) 4-10 nautical subscriber a ALOONS near the Hotell pressed the most fashionable! among themselves and are at the same
l__.._ ,. miles. Bears from Lower THE will keep conIDt10D and saddle Horses be Buggies, Carriages I. \VII EATON, > Peaco.I Gentlemen's garments cleaned styles. time encouraging Artist.sfthe country, dis highest prices will ba given.
Sound Point S. 6d 34m 39s hand can procured without any Jacksonville dyed or renova bursing/ thousands Apply at the Buffintfon n_,
W. (true) ; of dficulty. rnh 8-3m I May 10, 1856-lm ted, as may be required, in the of dollars thronb its agency.
.diltan& about ? ,nautical miles. LaL "4d sad t let. ConvSyanSfurnishedJ style which has generally so much superior Persona in rtmiilingfvndt membership,win : SAMUELFeb23tf DtlJUGTO"
i 22e N. Lon. of tba oountry. Horses boarded 1 8 O W 8 WISHING NOTICE.A trons pleased his pa please give their AI'e&
UI BOd 2"111 55. W.: &pr by PR TO MAKE and friends. pott-qffiet address in full, sta
".; fee day, wo" month. By moderate can do aa by calling on the subscri TPLICATION will be made to his Honor the When parcels are sent by Railroad or Steamboat ting the month they wish the 4Iagasin to commence Dental Notice.
'1 tI.- COJiCH BEEF SLACON.I charges be hop.t gain a bet said paying op their notes and accounts which -tX Jude oflb Circuit Court for the Eastern ., word should be sent him by letter through and bay the letter registed at the Post ,.S.BOSTWIK res] ..
,: Letter lbr.IL"of patronage. .are due to Samuel Blackwood. If Circuit of Florida after the the Punt-Office Office to prevent ION| oq the receipt of which '
E painted on Tan black Adam they are not usual time of notice that he may know where to call a ly inform tha citizens Jacksonville&5dI UI Tacty
I ': .ron lattice-work ; hoop pa rt of the town. Ha alI paid by the next return day. they will be put in according to law, for permission to sell certain fur them. All orders from Jacksonville, Fla certificate of membership together with the Mag.asine ,that office laths JffjJ:i,
,having :
cylinder j opened an
: .V41ehite. red;,khaft and the accommodation cf\Waeoners and DroPvers.ovl7 suit. Settle to JNO. W. PRICE. lands, situated in Nassau and St. Johns Counties,' can be handed in to Mrs. Uarkness, Millener, desired, will be forwarded any part of the Gallery For jth street will attend ta aU "'

i, Barsfnm UdriniczBankEEr m | MEREDITH EAR30X. May 10, 1S56-lm Attorney. belonging to the Estate of Peter Pens, deceased' Adams street, thi/d house west from'Ocean street country. che of Loa DENTISTRy, la tIts most $ajfrot -
-1 'I VID t4, (bl compau.) hears from1 FOR SAI4E.M fur the use of bU heirs and creditors of said estate July 21-ly ALEXANDER GALLOWAY, Those who purchase Magasines at Bookstores, careful manner., ..
1Key 1'r..enifr .43d 30m E. ( may 10-tl JOHN M..TONS 0 will observe that joining. this Association.. Ihv destroyed wW "
by -- --- Nerves of teeth
t TIIA.T.VALUADLE i- aching
'1.at. 2td Gs Z. comf&5l1)) FOP Sale. PORTABLE SAW Jacksonville .0 reteitt the Magazine tndfree Ticket in. the :
.. Lon. 80d 21m LMILL April 56. Administrator.FOR annual cIe&-
I WI .\. of about 20 horse power,,now situa -- Salamander Lightning distribution, all at the same price they now paw

s.CIlOCIEI', REEr ACRES OF LANDln-AUcbnaconn.! ted on the Plank' Road three miles fann town. CON DLICTORS. pay, for theMagnxino alone.
_ P1 BEACOX. I 000 :-Apply to ORO.V.. 8ALI2.r THE -
Letter lying within the CALL These are the Beautifully illustrated Catalogues giving full
D painted ARRODONDO \/ only,Permanently Safe
on PARAM tract
rf '
vane white MOODY Land
a ; hoop GRANT,' known Section 011' Amelia description soutTree on supplication. RIYPlIRT mIllE.
Iron b.Ui'otk and fractional feblC-tf :Island! 5 LIGHTENING RODS ;
1'' cylinder black Ten 8. N. WILLIAMS. miles from the contemplated For add
Section Membership
( -tf7 ; abaft and Three, Township of depot, raw.

.S139d\Ine; red 15m, .ICrsL&UISDkeCI.J.k E [ Point, Twenty-one ..I BrrJ&I"iU.rll9r' > Range, Funs at.: Reduced, Prices. land.Yellow, Tbero Bluff,is containing oath. premises 750 acres small good planting TIlE insulation" 'yet is .perfect invented., and not_ subject to At- either of. the C.L.DERBY'Aciaal'J C._ .\.. 15 DOW open for the aecommodMlOntT"
dwelling principal offices.
rJ4 compas] ; distant bo. : JOHN M. POXS Subscriber has house, Inn out house,, a cotton Gin and Gin impair as in the case of those of ordinary eoiutruc- 'Knickerbocker particularly Invalids, who will lid **"*
twcen4145 now cm hand house Magaaine, 3-18
niilci. beautiful Broadway, New .
Lat24d i TIlE allot I struction. The article the affordTp T
54m':1.N. whkh for comfort that this
together with the speaks itself and country
L.oA Fashionable FANS premises, will be Or, Western Office, 166 Water
8t "O" which ha street-Saoduiky..
'lID 20 JV'. J I at Reduced Prices. I iscelling sold reasonable. interested In the necur'ty of their houses, will sa fJ oc23. will bo furnished with theehoicetd3li'icason '
.Ml'W Mty 17th, 1856. OEO. Also, two small tracts on the south end of the tisfy themselves by calling on Mr. A.M.REED ? whilst unremitting attention wia be\fT raMUll.
U.UCATMI. EtEf BEjCOK11ft WANTEDI FLAGG.FROS1' Island one of two,hundred, ADd the other of Jabksonville, Fla, 'or Mr.'WALTER KIP I' '. RL-h to please, th.success might crown'Il11.f. "
(fi I UTE thy Cameo
Letter C painted I V V per Jay I acres containing a Insurant growth of Live Oak. our sole Agent for.tbe erection of these rods in I31"C .woral.e.-
an TIM,red ; hoop iron a ,w one dollar per, day without BOULTER, Also, a tract containing one hundred and East Florida. : i AND MOSIC JEWELRY. ISAAC. GJ.nRJ. "" 4.

U1_ .. **tlwe-jrofk* ejfKDder Bears white t haft ADd 'r 10 tr.OULFCENTRAL&work os the XAAJiUUA, General Commission Merchants acres, adjoining tie Sealoo tract on the St.Mary's thirty. .DWYER, AUGHINBAUGH. ; c THE subscriber having returned from Bay-Port,'fleruado Co r.etl-tf yjoprfelar.
from Indian RAILROAD, Rrer. l3TCAUTION South JTwid
11 4 Key S Apply to one is authorised --
11T TsM SOiB'E,'[by eomptt j.; diltaftt'ab, 5* Payment &U made a the end of 'av*? thirty lOt ate Street,Boston, Matt., JOHN M.PONS, Aetnf: our patterns in East Florida,but oar above named use >New York with a Urge and beautiful varieiyaf ., NOTICE. .

mile UL21d.. 4Jm086), N. Lon 80d 38m ta-sf- -cu.m.nc.c.- the. .- :dy- ol WILL pay strict sad prompt attention to sale Jacksonville,'May 12,18S5-tf Agent.fmh3I,), D. t A. r' .IId T
-I claims *
iP4. havfaj
;Jr ,. ,TIMBER COTTON Jewelry Silver-Ware & any
and Fancy ALL "
WO*> r A. J:) ILn'A CO.' thor Soeflwa Jrodnca. J* li Kockenbangb the Eatat. of Raddefl S.T14
j Offioa, "Jeeh.onvffl., Zaa$ J. Holmes Goods required *1 1thaa P"'
corn's mCKW .ICHT-HOWt. (BuldUJg. eel 1.u': OLIVERfROST.BOULTER.. of Dual eoualy, daeaasad are .
) CEKERAt tie!
il_ J. 2 lOYAL ., :100, Wal Strut, X.Y\\ *' :COMMISSION- respectfully invites the public to an examination ;properly authenticated aocardng'
Ao iron pib traettmt it now MERCHANT of his within two from the data .ereol :tw-j
iu_ :befo. ''InLL pa.parttca1&r atUntiontoialei stock. 6Hnprisin as Udo**, .some of the years
tCoffio* Ptthcbea LAWI ftU"ftt ef Tel- 111 Pearl Street, N.' notice trill be fa bar of the pajrtsanl-
Dieted ,near the YTARRANT3. \* j'f-JllBe Wr r richest and molt fashionable styles of Cameo Mosaic plead
outer Lumber,
Oak requested
: tho I rNDERSiaNXD win ray tASK for ITrM.LWTTIIH Tilt act other and /CAREFUL. attention will be given to isles of Lava And all persona indebted to i4 itat_ira
y yvt rcefj lad south Jroa Pack THE as my agsn dwvig SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE W -Cotton and Scroll Jewelry iu great ..art.Alao ..,. .
L .J t't' sad Rica Sugar, Lumber, Timber 10 make Immediate ayrneU$ -
flttr. J.W.\IUt\NS. J .J'&bI.DC... tHO" LIDWIIH" to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE. and Silnr.Wats aad Fancy Goods suitable for P
other .
Southern TCt'
O. M. Produce. Also l\UnYB.\
Merebaadise ,
'llora JFf 1-tf I I L pnrehaiol holiday and other present,which will be sold eheap 4dLaisdst:1yL
ca meet alTMtJfeoas term. 1336-6"
jug.j lot cub [norlT-tf1 GEO. .!. ,

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