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: August 9, 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 )
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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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.At"GrST 9, 18 [CONTINCCll.] promises of the Constitn tion.and t jealously 1 1Seder ?ehThiefrienlyretiOs- that have I RcganFng the question i of slavery l as ranks. 'Remember'that the election of a BOHAXCC From Uarpt 'OF.Magaun RCAl for LJVC.Ant.,' "."''." ,

j1C ,lLLE Facts from the itecord I maintain aH the reserved rights of the lung subsisted between UP; the high opinion -, paramount to all others before theAme'ricar.l I Black publican Speaker of the Hon!e .a* \1

GSFLomDEWS.. State?, they declare since the crisis b:151 I entertain of his patriotism, integrity i >eorJe. satisfied that the Whig party, of of Representatives was caused by the acerbities that A Senator JTryf Loet- Ile IWrerOrerit Con' ;

C.&IP1.liaberibct. arrived when the question must be met- and talents; the confidence he aw fit to I the north had fused with the }\tilcl'll, political warfare. llemerober j ,

i . $1.0001C1sbot3i Disclosure If Millard Hi/more' rote.", their uncompromising hostility to the ex- repose in me.: and the great personal kindness and that the Democraticparty was paralysed by this 'evt al yc.nr enemies have been -' i I
fritting that he Acted and Sympathized I hands while he filled its dissensions. I had, with enabled to divert the influence of Congressto rt I,
,-: I', 0. 200U tension of slavery into any Territory now received at by own Some member of the United
Addre.5, ..Dle -300 vith the Abolitionist Hi free which may be hereafter acquired by the Presidential 1 oflice, all conspire tu many others, sought in the American party your injury.. To that events i i* to beattrbused. States Senate-years ago distinguished not, only for*"
"II L II II 500 of of reder to withhold love of Union a'fraternal affection, and aIr?ngst other eviN.the :
action the Government our painful to me my a ,
nny Ulttot bnt hi, line personal
sUP-I his appearance
S .7.000yJrI I of the 8cuth Read.We which should reconcileand Committee into Kansas to ,
an ex-parte
II 10 People Union. port from him< and had be been brought a national pride, was seated in a richly >iLed' parlor in' I I
I. MCompallieJ wit lhe I furw ard under other I chn .hed forever the differences existing encourage civil war and store the magazines j
J/lUt be A Fillmore paper speaking afterwards auspices as quiet of the city of Washington engaged in a lively -- |I .

i will now Fem up briefly the record. of this resolution and the result, said : a vague hope he might be. it would have among us. of abolition with msrpr"scntat\ans conversation with one of the most amiable : I

U he Gim/w/ Florida, Anriivmocnts The Journal of Congress show that Mr. -On the strength mainly of that resolve afforded me a corresponding degree of satisfaction The first rational action of this party your interests and of your right. .: and aecoaipfohetl married fediea that }

ai.'i' political cumtnitPOLITICAL. \ -of its rtjectiun, by the Democracy and to yield h m that support.I encouraged the hope that it would ,realise Let us then so conduct this campaignas honored our national capital with-their "' t"i I

tsfwe 1l1in'diJlot% its cucuatiOI1 will ettfl1 FILLMORC supported by his rotes petitions its hearty adoption by the Whigs-the I am aware of the persistent, and I i I this patriotic expectation. It announced to cast our votes for some undoubted I ever The subject was the eoomioit and '' I

vs..\IO Jbt present c,mtt;. State went Whig in the ejection that f doubt not, to some extent successfully !I in June 1855, that it would maintain the representative .of our rights. Let us* for in most presence.agreeable' neof marrilgeand tb Iady.:.' ; ;' J
II too SdritK '
who had '. with which for he has been 'existing legislation upon the subject of the event of the l"nun'lr I
1st. To declare slaves fne. lowed by some thirty thousand: industry years with a beautiful enthusiasm natural to her

gone tu sea with the consent of their masters : MILLARD FILLMORE rn3joritY'-I'! exhibited by thie who had formed a different slavery as a settlement of the question. the safety nl the' 'South, should become character, was pressing upon the notice of j"

and to protect them in their free- ticket." estimate of his character, in an atti- Under this declaration\ some thirtythreemembers necessary, have as few animosittcs to reconcile her distinguished bachelor friend the claims !

=====- loin. The address issued in support! of the resolution tude that if had bel.eved: it to be just, of Congress were elected "by the as possible, and if we cannot secure of a female friend whose position in i J'. r ,
or..1ne I least] young
{rot nit 'll'elkin rin-- 2d. To repeal all laws nnd constitutional and of Mr. FILLMOUE, was f-m- would have rendered it mcosHtent in me, I American party in the Southern State .' the election of onr friends, let ns at of society, disposition, and liberal ;
the cursives from reproach
tra ll"t MunI- provisions by% which the Federal ons in its denunciation of slave extension holding the principles 1 do relative to I In February. 1855,this policy was chang- preserve enemies. education. eminently rendered her fit to- t -
t.kt'aphil1iI.tnmg LnngtiJig GOft."m-1 favor his elevation to the Presidency ed. Tte pledge to maintain existing legislation having cai ed the triumph of our ; :
1M ment is buund to protect the I saying that: slavery, to 1 f.rnls.WM. be the wife of a distinguished statesman '
and trust and !
Trot gratefully
lad FlofU with joy ,ela\ery.. I! "The flag of our victorious legions is to under any circumstances. But in was submstitutedbyacrcedin II.your BUUWELL.BEDFOKD. who had seemingly already spent too "

O'er*n tie Und the fi.*1i'* burst 3d. Against the admission of any nl'Stnte \ ;I be desecrated from its holy character of imputing to him a willingness to extend not only the subject, but the name of slave 10th 1S3C.MISCELLANY. many years without a proper companion .

jfcBMocr'mp- Tue fcli-ut resound ( into the Union whose Constitution.: liberty and enuncipation: into an errand and fortify slavery, / persuaded his ry is carefully ignored. The guarantee f July to divide his honors and bear with him It \

tie brwl 1*<* llf r 'edora'i bound. nt nil tolerates slavery. of bondage or slarery" assailants hare done him injustice. fur the admission of new Slave State, t the ills of }.. '

0V FUg is rai.4 tJD high, 4th. Against the annexation (,f Texas "We protest( in the name of the rightsof I believe on the contrary, that he still specifially given by the declaration of 1855is The gentleman who had for a long tiro' > .

juitfM'WBwauiwwE'- the fly.S suM,' fin the ground that slavery existedin man and of liberty against the further holds slavery in the abstract, as he is known replaced by an article which recognizes f, entered with hearty good will into the half" *r-

Sooth, no E"et, ni \f'cst," that country.6th. I extension of sla\cry in North America." formerly to have done in as great abhor- the right of the legal citizens ofa territory FOR THE 5EWS. I serious and half playful conversation and- '

.>rtb,DO broad ai.d sure bcheit To abolish. slavery in the Districtf During the canvass of 1818: at Rochester rance as they do The evidence constant "to frame their constitution uand laws Lines Written at Sea. : dent, became excited and remarked that j ,j' *

j cUra iu fOOf, w itb dread kbul.1" > Columbia, though the whole people! of I in the Stale of New York, Mr. FILL- in cited to istify. this charge is the fact and to regulate their own mode subject**tbe And must I bid my homo Jue- ; he could on such a subject bear all that 1

Aid quweflt: within iU fold.Ak the Distiict c'ueri-hed the institution and MURE made a speech in Minerva list! I'J' his having ar.ixcelui signature to the only to"-the Wilmot Proviso Constitution"which -or The home I love so well; was said in jest,but when serious arguments +
,,doom portrajeU slave \" slave bill. The alternative was revisions of the Federal brought to him to change
5V sever j>etitioned for its abolition.Gth. against 'the aggre-sions of rl\ er. With *U the thanni I ever knew, were urge
under the interpretationof I'
tone," interpose his veto. Cut ho one had a last phrase his condition then his reply must be that
lie U auk a I 11het z ; To prohibit the buying The greater put of the speech was upon in That bound ae like a spell! ; .4 .
,, V"ow. .ith nil and grolLDt. Felling (Jt! slaves in the District and other I the encroachments of slavery ; upon the rightto expect him to d. this for he hadn the dominant majority Congressiiieans With such a thing could never be-that to lore. \ I-

rieI1i rp'in8- fiend m wiulljwDl Territories of the tnion, monopoly winch the southern oligarchy, a <> right himself to do it, Filler from precisely the same thing.of admissioninto 'Tis -the Father hath decreed t. ,' he could not, forhafietionswereintti. ;

.a Spirit eatMtf1.phe- to t. I 7th. lie Fupported by his ,Mite petitionsto nest of 250.000 slaveholders: had enjoyed I doubt about its constitutionality, or from this restriction the uplcdge" the Territorial Then let me humbly bow; grave. Set13tOrt;
is to
('III gresi and force Congress to repeal the act .( the Territory in all the offices of tru..t in the Union ; how deference U, the opinion of those who Questioned the Union granted indeed The lady was struck with the ;
name have the I'll trust His Word I i
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but half *e I whenever it shall reqUisite
tab it did the usual State that thronghouther/
(If Florida, to prevent ni'gration of many: Presidents frr,:n the South how few opi-oint precaution manner, and surprised
1,tin the jemeer&iC course fret to the Territory.8th. from the North. lie commented on the submitting the bill to the examinationof population for one representative IIe'lJnot fomke-m DOW. long acquaintance with him, she had DeTer'suspected i

,with iu crimes-tut half onf jed. negroes of to of foreign ministers I the Attorney General and asking his in Congress." that he had found time, auiidat- | '
A lie rotfdm favor petitions same disproportion j i J,erub iaueaJiar i s' crcrt- naturalize and make American citizensof speakers of the House, members If! opinion of its constitutionality. To have At the same time, upon the same prin- With all dear the struggles of a laborious profession and k .
thy scenvs so
enwe deliver, vetod it under the extraodinary ,cil.l" of neutrality, the American party ; political position to "fall in love." .
Hybrid'* a high ,
'lie la from negroes from erery quarter of the the rn1J mt. ic., with ungracious flings at very For through the world I'm forced to roam, *
candidate a gentleman
its known
fur to
would have been nominated the blandishments only t
Salt River, be southern eircuinitances of the case With
all!wins up what he to arroganceand
I jiU row earth alegeJ the v.oht; of 'of integrity and patriotism. but it did not Though all u dark and drear. the sexand with a curiosity prompted tiT}
uf all, beJetk of to to say le:1st. a palpable on
Aid tat, lAdlIr.t 9th. He voted in favor petitions injustice. would if '
and Creek." the Constitution. No enlightened man require him to say whether he the kindest of hearts. she asked for an ex-
I JIII rlor1" crclit-Old Buck receive n.gro ambassadors from the black HIS KCFl'SAL TO QUALITY OR EXPLAINSATISFACTORILY. who understand the subject can doubt I elected! veto a bill restoring the Missouri Farewell, my father ever dear, planation of this seeming mystery, and the- "<|

fjul, llcpublic: of Uatti.S restriction repealing the Kansas act. May heaven on the smile ; the moment overcome by< 8 jt,
sincerein or for :
.ith a Demon pirit this, and no such man can have been gentleman,
nu, FILL-
Beetbcr-scfee.hen rave and liowlflnrm jch was the course MILLARD The Erie letU-r and the Record of Mr.FILLMOHE casting censure upon Mr. Fillmore fur Those who have regarded the pending And all that'3 good and bright and fur', the eloquence of his interlocutor* uptaiDr.! wed

I SW1 the .ci.rated dome. M01IE in Congress. were paraded against him adopting the opposite alternative." question important to be left in doubtbeenlave Be with thee all the while. as Follow:--. t
(tnm f\lsm. THE ERIE ASTI.SU'ERt'IETTER.In throughout the country in 1848. when he informed that tl,r ncm'nee: Tlat- Itwasmygoodfortunewonafterlen.tered j:

ITkiit tniton plot. aol midmen perfect consistency with the foregoing was the Whig candidate for the Vice Presidency TESTIMONY OF ANOTHER FIUENP- form enough," and that his past official And yon, my mother ever kind, upon the active duties of my profession '

AD4 Guore, armed with rite gun!, Congressional recur.J, is the celebratejantislavery and nut until then did he in tho The New Albany Tribune rthe,, leading acts afford a sufficient assurance of his Who taught me how to pray; to engage the affections of a lovely] r

1.taqit Sew En-Und' boiatel MM, letter addressed in 1838 to the 1t'a..t endeavor to qualify or explain! his Fillmore organ in Indiana says: future. Taking his signature of the Con- "Who ever bi.J my youthful mind girl, alike graced with beauty of persoix

/.eo-ie knirei, the means of grace: Erie Abolition So:t'ty. I ultra Abolition iloctnncs. In a letter to "Mr. Fillmore gave his official sanctionto promise of 1850, as the most prominent of Persne tho 'narrow way." ,and high social position.. Her mother, her;

.'PreM 11II'11I: a western race, The pith of this letter is contained in the Gaj le, of Alabama he only qualified his I the fugitive slave bill. because we (the these acts, we encounter insurmountable! only living! parent,-was ambitions; and in 10

\14! ro wurj-hit vie et Arinutujbtthtm firft portions of it, and because the balance strong opinions with regard to the internal Freesotlcrs,) could n,)t have got other lawson difficulties or construction. The friends May God In mercy grant thy ag, the thooghtU'ss desire to make an alliance t

wherein tt*plowing charm ii. has nut been usually published, thepartizansof frlatc trade by referring to the case of which our hearts wire set. that we have of the Kansas act contend that it is a Ila grace (or every day of fashion, opposed the union of her chQ4. 'J

Aiiipiriu blAck, and white and gray, Mr. FILUMORK; have char- Prig against Pennsylvania, in which theSupreme got had not that laic been passed also legitimate deduction from compromise And th ugb a thousand cares should rage,: with-one'who had oply his talents and the

Xix,Mil and frorfjr to the fray, vd that it was'prabled.) That no such Court had held against him.- and because in cluing so he was but carrying of .. but thousands who advocated that You'D. in. them all away. :> future to give in retire for so much beauty,

AI iniuD iweet &,- odun mingle\ charge may now be made, the entire dammenl But he refused to explain or qualify his out one of the great principles of the :compromise assert that the Kansas act is a and wealih. The young lady;, bowrrer I

the Jarga!.Cume AIl.I jingle. ii here Snorted, as copied from the I opinions with respect to the aMiuou ol .arty{ which elected him-that the person flagrant violation of that measure. If the Brothers hiten, unto thee was more disinterested; mutual ,vows,;of .

GlDpMe Washington Republic of September. 1831: slavery in the District of Columbia-Abolition al opinions of the Executive on mere questions inference that the Kansas act resulted from My p:irtiag smile I give; attachment were exchanged a correspoa?

Hark! wkncc tmt new and fearful growl, I! the confidential organ of Mr. F1LLM011E I petition-exclusion of slavery; frum of policy ought never to be broughtinto I the compromise is inevitable there couldbe 31 jy all be joyous, light and free, : : dence and frequent personal interviews :'J

A IwiJ,and.eta louder honl- i during his entire Pn.'sidentiatenn\ : the territories, &e.MrFLLLMOItE'S. COllmct'ith the will of the twonte'arepresentativea. no,controversy upon the subject. But Anti naught thy hearts deceive.Oh succeeded and the future seemed to I

The a.vi bon down the Hybrid'. neck- I lilFFALO,02t.l7 1848. career !m been tl':1e-1 by an arbitrary exercise there is a radical! difference upon this sub. mise a most happy consummation. pro'I''I r '.

1\triumph or Old tuck ani Creek.llnrnh I ed down to the year ISIS. His of the veto l oJrer.'J ject, therefore the position ot the American I"searth the scriptures in thy youth' our wishes. At that time I had just

-- SIR-Your communication of tho loth admirers in the South hare never been nominee upon this question is doubtful. Its sacred p ges scan j menced, under, favorable_eircwn.&tance5 -

lor the Men of our Choice.Trsr instant, as chairman! of a committee appointed able to find a tote cast or a word uttered I [rru the CharhyVra Xeir.JTHK Rnil those who are, disposed to support him Oh! teach thy hearts its bating truth my profession in my native town; .nd

-r Jit rflontStkrahnowliorral' by "'the anti-Slavery Society of( by him previous t'> that vote which; indicatet AMERICAN: ,1'AUTY SOUTH may, withontlrripugning his integrity, ask 'Twill stsad wbea naught else can',*** making some character was finally engagfM 1

the conzt.fErie"hasjus: conto hand.: ether than the most inveterate his construction npon the consistency of '. *" counsel a- suit importance bc.
!furtiie You fcolicit uiy answer tu the following interrogatories hatred any of the South and her in,titutilln3.In .- I \\'c find in the Richmond Enquirer the Kansas act with the Currpromise of Hr lriaW.I bid, you all adieu, :". :. fore one of the courts bolden m the city or IPhiladelpha. 11 : '
I : Congress aud out of Congress, as we following 1850, and whether it is -trpo e You who are fond and
TUtvSl,.itli a hcAt let uur dj-poncn'* beat -First. Do you believe that petitions to have shown, he was a faithful ally and hil'- It cxprefses in great part so nearly the amtain or repeal it. Until some such mow can I expect with you to make an impres.ijn.if I possessed ; t

f ma exi Dcmocrat't: **ul a far echoing cheer Congres, on the subject of slavery and the mate of John Q. Adams blade, G d illgs. consideratIons Inch have determined our declaration! shall! be made the Americans The social hearth to share. the ability to do so;and I gladly accepted 1

r *itbourfa l Hthcusmet be displayed; slave trade, ought to be received read and Seward, and other noted abolition agita earnestly .r.vtte our I II us! the South are wholly without assurance the position, and bent my whole! energies) .
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made.F respectfully considered by the I own course, v e airoiitst the continued ag'.tation: ofa danger- And you,my girl I loved so well to accomplish my ambition. arranging to
lias rcprc6enta.1
lei the satins be fraud of the each tives of the people ? torsIn 1848, he vas elected Vice-president; i I friends to read it. Vv'e had the j ks're ima question, or of having right, deemedl In the brght; da:lor yore, write frequently to one who cJivk'.ed, raj \1 1 ,

*the kale of worth that eocirile* name I opposed to the annexation -I he became ; Convention of June, invaluable surrendered by the heart with my business duties, and t .receive ,.
Second. Are you and Lthe death of Gen. Taylor In the Phi1a' ellh i l Itl.t'tn Thy voice that bound me like a pelt, :
fiifl Cbe like a war LCJCOS'I Came.Ad in I set out J j
our path under epistles return, \
of Texas to the Union any President, and this brings us to 1853 of fighting side by side \'It:1Ir'l: act of their own representatives.The I shall nut hear it more. frequent '
irtai the and hope finite woild circuin!t nce5, EO long as slaves are held 1 Section issue upon which parties have or- for Philadelphia, expecting be absent at i
illS Burvvtll in weeks. ,The/ i
In.id ilac iu the fr nt of the national be hurled I therein? I the : ranized fir theeltsuir.gcnnpain is;'Shall But may the Lord who rules above, most not more that than two i
| of exercising Tile rugilite Slate EM.-This was : and rejoiced together on its adoption admitted into law's however detained me a month i
QiStW CrutlierbouJ futacd ty a Washington1! I Third. Are you ;In favor Congress well known acts of f f1E30. 'I ; we any more Sla'.ve: States le Some faithful heart give thee, ., delays, 't -
of the time and although
it vita
.sa& all the Constitutional power i only measure L I upon what we deemed to he a i the Union T'Forenu'st Who will bestow on thee the Jove beyond the anticipated ; ,
lie for the ?ne.I ,
slave which was claimed to succeeded most sangmne'eXpectatioo -
internal I beyond ,
r.c Cneabeni io Llood by a 4eins'o land 1 posce fit of the Southern and established myself a
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the States ,
between the Black Republican party
trade stands
5 !JII'r.-uwear t.:the f grf h9 free, Fourth. Are you in favor of immediate Constitutional measure, to which they not our American friends here suppose contest compound of fanaticism and And now I bid you all "good bye," before the highest court of my natrro |t
I other dangerous
tktt mrtMBtrj furr nn'.ted: shall be; l legislation f-r the abolition of slavery in were entitled irrespective of any that we have any the slightest design a cupidity. It U numerous and of Oh! ve meet again State, my triumphs were dashed'tha in
.I that he i is political may I had not receiTof
but his co:itcn With all the time thus engaged
AUm cbwct of Eudiinin and CrecUorldgente. the District of ColumtJia1tI law. partizans fur it. to abandon them ortheirprinciples. jvonert'ul resources; it is led by ambitionsand Where we ean with the angel vie, instead of watch r

am much engaged, and hare no timeto entitled to much credit signing them tnd for them we expect ever to struggle sagacious men; it intends to employ Forever freed from pain. a line from Lancanstcr.hued with rumors

b had f tlu free ai.J the iota.of the brare. enter into an argument, or to explain, WHY HE SIC ID THE FCTIVE SLAVE LAW. in i behalf ot reform in naturalizationand the numbers of the North to subjugatethe the that atmosphere the was whom I had set my .-. "

SVj p.ithOllrb*' let ach Democrat riew, I at full length my reasons for my! opinions.for the We will let him explain for himself and suffrage, and against the growing magnitude South and govern the country. Its There we can sing In endless day" affections person bad been upon seduced into the ambitious \ '
/ shall therefore content myself decide whether he i is material of warfare consi.ts in impeachingthe "The Lamb fur as was shin, "*
"tttibont lit oar canlidatei tardy and true j; nil inerroatories then the can of the evil of alien influence in this defaming designs of her thoughtless parent, .'
present by anivering your credit fr the act. title of your property, your And tune our golden harps to play discanledthinf'I '
W ,. entitled to and that 1 bad been :
jmjare fur Ultle with error and wrong I and lea cefor is still the most despoticand .
the a/fimative, delivered Rut the slavery question and combining F ?
in We will quote from a speech i country. character Some Iweet angrlic strain. could cot believe and yet the dreadful
J. iMIl" da- -i
ec r.are n iftw, lut are boasting an extended in crusade against
tome future occasion a by him in Louisvill, Kv., on his southern I nearer and rarre vital to us, and on that lawless influences a silence seemed to indorse.

elusion of the subject.woal'd IS;!. The LnisciUe Journalsour is 3-nil. Ito plan warfare is to cut olf the Icorxmc.rn. from engagenjent-
to fur, in I the Southern Democracy nearerto At last, released my
occasion question of of
this slaveryto
W GIll 811it 1; pod! fjr our country Jemanl I however take I authority. He said: therefore we supplies and communications DEAR NEWS : In looting over seine I took the usual, and, in those days. 'the
1 r"S iraoeo( duty at every man'a hatnle. sny that in thus rankly giving my opinion The fugitive slave\ law had some provisIons -i us than any party; invest it citadel and to send in a flag the Essays of Mr. Ad"son,written in 1711, only conveyance to Lancaster-the .

T 1 tBB* btr the fjliti we he won, ray br ,TT itMOredLefureID1wcflconpxeragalu I would not desire to have it understood in it, to which I [Fillmore] had someOtZF.CTiOS. .i must at this time act with them. In fact inscribed, Assault or unconditional sur- I found one which i is so peculiarly appropriate The idleness consequent upon traveling ?

I in the nature of a pledge.At dis- I I regretted the. necp.ssitcf we do not regard our American friendshere I I. render." 135G that I could not forbear gave time for consuming thoughts, and Wy HI '
Beck for
,, the time that I no \.\ me bill Democratic has been, by last i
same its being passed at alt nen to be any longer connected with a The party The suspense became painful to the degree, \
but freely give my sentiments on House I examined placed in direct antagonism making a transcript for publication. slow of J : .
guise I came to me from the two which in defmceof claims force of circumstances, and, unable to bear the pace my
Poor DoncUon. to those fur whose and rational party stands not only invited to its If
any subject of interest it in the mids of hurry confusion to this party. It ladies are particularly peru- conveyance. I determined to anticipatethe
gored Ly his and literally I candidate, I am opposedto in of the South, repealed! the important committed beyond the power F1U. 'i; ;
own Party, suffrages am a difficulties\ and a doubt came up my pledged, but sat. L usual time of iny journey by making "

-.e4 tip by the Democratic Pre $, ha is giving any pledges that shall deprive. mind whether it was not unconstitutional twelfth section of the American Platform. of recantation or with-drawal, to maintain MUCH OF EMPTINESS T7E the last miles upon horseback. In carry. V ,
me hereafter of all decrctionary power.My the right of habeas corpus can malntian through rights as political equals in this con- out this determination, J mounted' t
tru1y u oljcct of pitj. If tho Know. tha as denying Our principles w 41 your FIND IN THINGS.The ing "*
character iuu!t be guarantee which doubt I submitted I reached the-811. 'H j
own slate, of action than federacy. fleet steed but just as '
)oth iu- the fttgitire and means a blown into ;
to modes a .
mile the Demo- legislative l other beat now up
of would are |
charges fc
againit petticoats
for the general correctness my to the Attorney Generaly. (Mr. With my opinions neutrality and rise burbs of, my native place, the animal, from ';
""itcandidates, up riliCi 1 0ue1ion'st : deportment. On every important subject and on being assured by Presidential election.Something this important crisis, little better than most enormous concave every some unaccountable cause,sprang from tho j { .
I C.-iltendcn.) bonnets hitherto -
\c and I Iapp4ud bound to deliberate U-foro I act, and violation of I shall, therefore vote for theDemocratic day more and more. Their with force breaking: I r
nnrses them to silence. If they I I am him that the law was not I Southern Men to PouJer. treason. remarkably modest road: threw me my
myself for Presi- have betrayed a .
especially as a legislator, to possess I therefore gave my sanction candidate at the ensuing arm and otherwise'injuring my pcrson.-
Ii more, np rises Donehon'r"tl of all the information, and to listen toevery the Constitution the bill.", Mr. Win. ). Burwell has been among I that election, because this is the only party size ; but as the humor of a sick person is Picked op by my friends. 1 was conveyed, !'

and tumi the aj-jirovals Into curses. argument that can be adduced by my to according to Mr. FILLMORE'sown the most active as he was indisputably committed to assert the rights of the South often driven out of one limit into another of, hopeless and full of physical and mental "

r.Know Nothings are greatly exercised associates before I give a final vote. If I Hence candid, declaration before an audience among the most brilliant members of theKnowNothing i and because the opinions avowed by that I their superfluity of ornaments, instead fallen agony, to my home. Scarcely had.the 1 .

Lecanie to particular course of action he doubtedthe Order. No man wrote so the subject slavery represent being entirely banished, seems only their duties
Martin Van Luren chooses to rote stand pledged\ a of his own ulbern friends, party upon their lower surgeons performed necessary 4 r
but parts. '
be responsible\ agent, hewa of the principles of the from their head upon esteemed friend announced ]
a the I
far Badianin--an.l lo and behold! DonelJhost 1 cutse to constitutionality of measure- ably) in Fupport my own. make than one whom
subsequent \ have lost in height they >
I become a mere machine. Should to it because it did not provide Know-Nothing party, as was attested by With these declarati'ns, it not What they all rules of to ma 'th-gossip of th. Tillage,. ,
rie cp and break Fillmore's&etl all doubt thai opposed the Washington. hold utatiun"bich in breadth: and contrary to detailed the '' !.
t events show, beyond iurv trial (as proposed by Gtddmg his vigorouB conduct of be proper that I should up foundations at the and among other thing, particulars -
) *Wi Van Daren'i Thus pledged to pursueand a .i..n _..! be its editorthat to the objects architecture, widen the and IinwIiomIwasoi
fctick. wrote the course I had been the abM i r.diMg j; IiIlU'c-BUU only t OrganSince he ceased to I can no longer employ promote of the courtship engagement '.
.1i.. & Co. to tne superstructure < 1of
) shorten
It in 1851.; was ruinous to my con,,tituenis. I hen augured .by Mr. Crittendenthat I paper has been the stupidest sheet in of thl.se10 conferred it. I hay same time i they the young lady n t sr t
it \ particular
"IUIr. fan Durenconsented to be caU.a graceful nijfel'f have no alternative, t signed uit was not a violation of the Consti-I America. Mr. Uurvrell was author of the therefore, transmitted to the Speaker of But as we do not yet hear that any it contain ested with.well known persons of a neighboring ,
p for f\'JCntcnce, and thereis then, and 12th section. In every way be was House of Delegates by the hands of use in this petticoat, or whose claims, re:1: I
tio Crittemku famous city-a person
, !' Suiler, nvhat respect vas he'e71ntfryir opportunity obliation. tution." John J. t the more than what was supposed to r r
from my entitledto Order to his resignation as a member any thing These things
Mr. fiUmore. from Mr. no power to absolve me MILLAUD FILLMORE l i is caressed and honored bythe the Executive, my make gard no one'could dispute. ,
scantier we are wonderfully -
bater tlr Mr. ? ,The publicforgotten Hence the uppr"rrit.t),not to say not the credit of the aR tnt of the Executive heart's content. But he is constrained to of that body. In doing so, I may ballowed be in those of about it. stated such apporent good faith, connectedwith ;
\ Winthrup a pledge. of Fillmore I act in accordant at a loss sileice of six weeks- 4
slave law. tast. His repudiation to that that fearul long. : .
2Tenot absurdity, in my i the fugitive leave at say of
the letter of the finti.Enitfemcn. signing are
that have not asked my fur of Buchanan are vindicated own"sence of propriety, and no I: find several speculative persons : had other effect than to increase JOy
you and his with no
m which ha aroved I am aware J. DOSEWOX. my has of late beet
and I believe I know your sound TESTIMONY OF ANDUEW I the highest consideration of patriotic the complaint or inato'gation; of oth opinion that our sex years anxiety to unravel the mystery } and n i:1: -
r I4ltCtiut& if flee principle vhich ez'uiStdteryfro pledge, think I here a..sert.'e, will by upon and that the hoop petticoat is ;,: If
well to what we his address to discharge '
and good sense too To prove duty. We commend ers. I have endeavored to mj very saucy, AI the following! mornmg; concealing.my'wounded -
rlited ,, the Territory tf the judgment such thing. It was, however introduce as a witness Mr. FILLMOUE'sassociate the impartial judgment of the Southern representative dutiea with fidelity. I bar Statt s nor the tuenl of the desire any ticket- thus invested in whale bone,
; great you on Know Nothing whicl female who is
the measure the
misrepresentation I myself ate
f and on advocated every legislative and haggard I presented .
'ther !
c-tJe..ou who Wilmot to prevent J. people: the approaches
claimed the
. Ml it than Andrew credit tbpower < is sufficiently secured against n&Jmftieceitet.
'fw lo (f others that 1 hate my no less a personage Done11son COSSTITrJ TS. : tended to rest the promote i wel! mansion of my mistres8. .j
u bis of the the part TO MT fellow who might as
own measure nor
; the'j of I -t 4e c6n
the subject. the protect an the"'tftotherc
much on I people- i in the
. II;) Wo to vai tly clamored in the duty to I'Y thus most obedient 1851 Donelion\ through the columnsof Having been elected to the Legislatureupon employ beloved Commonwelth. 11 think of the way of making ,'Love in i a firmed: presence suspicions. The ".youngldystood
In of our
. rae ror the glory Of a irintkrop proviso 1 am, respectfully, jour Washington Union said: the nomination of the American party rights because its incidental obligations Tub," as in the midst of so many hoops my the despair,yet silent
: ded on the and calcaiLrotl8 ""' 1 the that the adraims much regret that I find it inconsistent resign my post fashion universally prevail our; by, '
. same principles MILLARD F1LL 10RE. "As to the assertion it i is with will not permit mo to pursue tbe< Should this as the Desperate what :seemed 4
r 4fta-'CU0 trikeso Llow at the : Chairman.It tration (of Fillmore) is entitled to the with my principles of political the action objects as efficiently as I could wish public ways would be so crowded, that we this bad faith, I returned to my house S }i'J -
Mills Esq. creed Several
C tLe leaiocratic altirU Wm. of either the or I congregations
members to the meisures candidat should want street-room.
1 p advocates standing up to to support intention to become a : hasty letter demanding:my--.cor- .
la warmest of wrote a
. tLe ''S'UUons growing out of the is not pretended by the candidate credit the compromise in good faith. it i* too candidate of that party at the ensuing I for have the no vacancy thus occasioned. 1 wisl find themselves already very much: respondence, and returning, at the same f ..
Nothing ,
. 1.IDh.iect U- slavery, by adhering to of the Know a denial and toopreposterous Presidential election.In You have generously straitened. cherished token of alfecr.
asexprcKfiedln ridiculous to require issue. time ever once
Platform on wh.ch. Mr. Van liureu fur the Presidency, that his wpmiMiis, nCongress lo demand refutation Every doing so I mean no disrespect to to create no without any of those elements -' It is recorded of Alexander the Great tion., I received all I sent for,, save, .per ,J
acted sustained
and upon I consi- he buried
rood i il1183GbAndhich was so tlocoent. this teller, znuditicationuie white citizen ,wbo is not an. infant those who compose that party. influences which strengthen pub that,in his Indian expedition haps, some forgotten flower. ,,? f 3(
free or his directions
"J riht, both Ufarc underwent any or woeluliy. lorgeuui, der the immediate objects of its organization ungrateful. nor wouh &eTeralluit3 of armour which by the lady accompaniedby ,
flit lunatic I am not 'That night young 1
114 I Ier lbe of Ins nomination .y. idiot or without The necessity for iota lie men. made much too big. for any or
aoounation of ilr. Polk down to the day that it is utterly and entirely vindicated.. reward of personal advancemen were a female servant,left for Philadelphia. ,
knows for .
and I
Yicc.--lreiideneY' in 1848. of ihecompromise in the laws of naturalization any For his soldiers in order to give posterity at I > Ih.
f-Hindation. All the measures reform divisions amongst you. Arriving at her uncle's house, : complained !
11. T. OLD I4XE ''WDIG OrPOtlTJOX TO TEXAS AXSEXATIOK.In except the fugitive slave Jaw, alien suffrage acknowledged.. The alleged encourge mej; this is "no ,time for divisions extraordinary idea ofhim, and make then of being fatigued with:jouiney, f
believe of
U, hear from all quarters or abe cilhnt 1844,lie 'was an ardent opposer of eelf nact ng. As ,to, that law, Mr. hostility of the American party has beei to a Your rights are at stake. ,The ,only: question believe he .bad. commanded an if army of th. and retired to her room. Complaining of ; -
ndictt were that
1. man, or the OW Lino.W is Texas annexation.At was unuilling to permit it to particular religious persuasion with .must be, who,is the taos giants. I am persuaded one some serious pain,'only soothed,=by narcotic
Fillmoro I you t
batt A\olilJouiltU and &ctionaiismicb In' the State of New< consulted Mr into' tho indisputable principle .Tbe petticoats :happens tobehunguj but
" a mas* meeting law before he resolved efficient advocate of, these rights. ( present she sent her faithful unsuspecting:
Ie aa the Democracy in coining oat Fillmore made*speech b'.come.a : :fact' which who avows.allegiance tp any be ,decide in repositoryofcuriosities, .it wouk i
York 1n I 844, Mr. Crittenden on, the subject-a that no ono Presidential contest may not any servant and friend to a neighboringras
1, b01437 and manfuU, for Buchanan from a booth reared under a banner un tbe&public.his 'organ.) mentioned at Uw higher than the Federal and Stat< the "open' field. If ,carried into Congress lead into the same error the generation* store for laudanum received jit, expressed
'n are thonsa'i4iuch in this State in ridicule Gen., Mr. Fillmore! tituti each within its proper jurisdIction in lie'some removes from us; unless wi tire4
.Ii which were painted, in order to justify Con nl it be indispensable to oui wtty that the wish to b*alone,and sc-eminglj
114 h !e. England. Polk the latter the time : friends for fur political trust. The ob may oar posterity will think so dis ak-
And w Maryland Jackson and James K. his northern higher law is fit should unite upon the most efficien can believe to sleep. The following morning not r
aa4 before has beei that we
. Kentucky their name U legion. mounted by a negro! wbocarricdZflU returning} the bhtlwitbhie. objections. noxious obligation of secrecy antagonist :of our common enemy. Th respectfully, their great grand-mothers log her appearance, the Jamnily .became

.. I 1ot Ipne of 1J, dm wm throw away their fla-;bearing the name of Texas. not, COSKUN'S .TKSTIMOST.Jnage .. ,I ab 1iJbed.. .- was expected '!{ortA forgotten its feuds in-a :com that the.f made: themselves monstrous to alarmed,broke open the door ,and jun4 .t I
$ on Fillmore when the tOITiHISCOCBIE JCDGE another important agency. 'canno amiable. band the lit
deadinJi r
consequencetoward IN lOil.In friend But towards YOIi.Why appear the lady }
of New York a to whiolit man enmity joung .
. I tIodohngls -ore to go Btrengtb- ticket of his'par.tyinNew Conkl from the American party of:your properly the retained from my correspondence. -
1847 he beaded the. FiLLMORE, and bit ,Minister 'whollj unitefor protection be the bcadofye manry than < tie keepsake -
l tuIIJ the proved you Better
Abolition candidate Fremont. York the basis of whose orpuiization MILLAKD made the has, I, regret' 'to FaT, 'and rights 1 Jf we .encourag The uncle, as if- comprehending '
'. IhaU Mexico, in'a late speech and: it is this distppointmen your to th tail of gentry.JL .. led to this dreadful j
announce in a day or two cer- of the following resolution to the inadequate, ? those who belong t the particulars'which .
tsJ&I&ets consisted him for signing; drawal from strife amongst with present
for with I
. that rendered my find, that !:al"
will apology friend you encoffioeirf
astonkh the Disunion. following which,has conservative'' army, :ve may -- had the body 1

tr.It. liti ths, Among those .bo are about to tab .. JLesoltffl: ,.Tbat.whne"the'Whig freemen .funtlTe slave law ,have to uy a few its councils in my opinion" ,r matter of pub irreconcilable great ._animosities perradins.ou ou". will bs boktfroru 105z.. : ';. : tragedy, : :t: I 4*

It.f. fr Buchanan are the t..o u. S. in this convention J .Of this gentleman.1 lie duty. pi, ., 11 :' -, ', .' .' -
represented and to : ? .' "
York him \ -
TkIt alike to my-" ." r 4.-: ; : .1 .tj3 i
ot .New due :- i .' k.' '
: :; .

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A.4 --r constitutes Lxrg -majority of impartially consi&r those
S : --- : similar communication [vot6rion ly a ocer*
IXCORRIOABLEi CORRESPONDENCE.June ,1 Late adJr a members and which are now aa,earntstlr Sreatmenofyonr'.ownptutTi
h retorncd to Lancaster. Placing nil that Electors its ,
to presidential those lawsis And in conclusion
remained of this once lovely being in the i Cjje graftsJACKSONVILLE tlus. The editor of the Republican; teens to ; June, 1856. nominated by oCbe Deo\ortic anl .American agitating of the for friends the repeal of Mr.of Fremont. while!! I fully appreciate allow the mou f0,

'I: tmrlaiy be brought the tnutncr forward, thin that we hue cared in. _It,by this\ SIR :-Daring the recent riiit i to the parties.- with. AoJ are'this any o jl.octYas announced by the Lave led you tu make the ProPO.itIOfl

1 .3 and di"llAY"ba bt was pleased to tem he means that we bare failed to notice all cities of Washington'and New York, I & 1 hope you will find it consistent these President of this Convention.' 'In Brown- Lames in youletter, I cannot

I the for bel wOlk.and arrived to : of the foolish 'things and miserable perversions painfully Impressed with tho progress of your views of propriety to answer I think it the low's Whig, whose editor was a member of your opinion that W-csiv
I cent the afiirmativc.
wines of the So in the best
the Abolition sentiment country. questions Convention the following is reported: wit mode of
weekly and the ,
tb. eloquent of that of truth history, for the South to

:I v Over the cold agony rtmams of the daughter. she SATURDAY, AUGUST_ 9, '56. teem in the columns of that papr. we I rapid within and a few so great years has that been it this may progress require, only I trust safe it ground will be taken not only by all the "Mr.the National Bartlett: of Convention,Kentucky,obtained President a Irotn Abolition consequences President! of which an eleetj of

'11 revealed tho particulars that led to the. plead guilty. We hare no Idea the united action of the entire South. cooperating Elector of this State,but" by all the American of hearing and bosjred GOY: Call and other forcibly difpicte-l. In, my hambU 7oa bu:, ,
awful suft. M letter and hen Electors in every
r by untiring Democratic
I the
with the Republican\ with the conservatism of and of the South not to h.cveijt, ment a far more certain and
the Simple!
ing rivalry gentlemen
the command of Inta"a indeed throughout
j industry, lar resources to the election Southern States and for the
Northern States, prevent of platform, and he implored is open accomphishm1
It had enough
concede to effect i
and had inercrpte this respect. cheerfully the election, the ,
agents yea
abolition Union. Pending
pail of the Black Republican or candidate from' Pennsylvania laudable and patriotic object
the gentleman,
>l. reason of my prolonged tha victory in such I warfare. "We have for the Prsidenc of the U. S. will be to relieve th
absence in Philadelphia had been explained occasionally noticed the wicked course of Active carest t alarming extent which has sadly characterised prei. to eloquently and with tears for the for you have never been or
as the result of tho fascinating charms and exposed its unscrupulousness successful efforts are being made, to concentrate ous presidential elections and prevent and in. union of the American party. We have to the Know-i uthiug or American p.
of city belles ; even an engagement had I tat 3pr. sentiment of the the crimination, and
admit the anti-slavery rcrminaton. in Kentucky on by any tie whatever,
been All this while the victim but we freely which conquered our opponents any more thaa

pronounced. cnsure. North on one man. this result in dulgenc But have modified Democratic Party and when
Shoul .V
A ft.
J June platform. yot
had been of hope. _She he.r& of ibt more proper tribunal before of on purely sectional have Aler election the and admired Mr.
fut I the election a l'r hJentl hertoforo prevailed. here this week to conciliateour Fillmore, you m
arrival in but not of my ac. it would have been the of evil in November, and the meeting that platform ait
my I.nculer For President which to arrangn grounds. it ('edl no prophet there from the North. We think that his political position was totallV
hours she sat iu Electoral Colleges, friends dir.
cident ; (1'1 long weary Grand Jury of the county. to predict the disastrous consequences. or the different the platform and are willing ferenl from that occupied by him
stand on
but doomed communion and full understanding we can a ,.
t the prluraltng my presence Hero JAS. BUCHANAN.OF ] A paper that is so lost to all sense of In this stale of things there seems an will be time for the different Electors I to go home and try." sent, although you may not full- pr
was seeming demand that tho anion: with the
I,1 disppintment. imperatire cnscrnth', me as to extent of Mr Fiir
of all that she PENNSYLVANIA.For decency and propriety cs to assert that th constitutional men of the country should who concur in the paramount object <>f And this same Fillmore and Donaldson humiliating fall ant! present

had heard. On the otlaersjdc, I was made Kansas and Nebraska bill was an "Aboli nnite. for the sake of the Union and the determination to defeat AboltioniU. By lynow Nothing Platform expressly denounces As you with a frankness which i

the dup of the mother's arte, and the Vice-President tion scheme" and that such men A 11. 'Constitution. this means a concentration ftren andpractical the policy ofthe Democratic Party able to yon avow tour confidence toff*

tenl'ho' bad poisunel my ear was mere Buchanan J Douglass and President Unfortunately the influence of the spirit Union may be effected among in the passage of the Kansas Nebraskabill. entire soundness of Buchanan and !? '
forward the great udg the harmonious who would a sectional ad- Tbia i i ii called *'a ro-opening of the
the carry JOHN C. doubtless, of party is sufficient to present opps" ridge, and as you must perceive fSJ-
described Pierce are institutions and because as J 1 suppose,
'non The last interview have bu1tini8tsvll combined ation of'those havinga ministration fatal Slavery question" I. abundant evidence fefurv

i which resulted in the return of correspondence OF KENTUCKY. whenever its suits Us purpose, denounceMr. common interest, or who are prompted who are willing to combine together to ensure those who thus denominate it, are peeking Mr. Fillmore lia, no earthly you chan eyes i tiat

: was enshrouded in tho consequences Calhoun, who proposed in 1850 to extend by a common patriotic, sentiment. Even an administration of so to agitate as to procure a repeal of this election before the

of all these plans. The result For Governor I tho Missouri line to the Pacific ocean, here in the South, the laws of selfdefenceAnd I resting upon national grounds, and to be great measure which the vote of almost diency as welt a,people rfj,point does not
and the burial of sound constitutional prin- entire South of both parties united in
"'&* death to one party, PERRY Mr. Toorubs of Georgia who offered the sclf-presenation seem impotent to en- conducted UI'Oi the course to be a cu-wperation with your
S. the
M. or .
a tho heart of the other in the same grave I force a union, palpably necessary to the ciples. passing. cratic party North and Scutb dvm.
Vs: ; that closed over one who coull not survive OF ALACHUA. COUNTY. amendment to the Kansas and Nebraska protection of our property, and our dearest I l t.ok upon this not only a a matter of Upon this repealing: anti-slavery platformthus ing this admitedlr sound and, I* Sustain.

',Ii the wreck of her act., termed the Pacification Bill- during rights AS men and citizen But, thoughthe expediency, but as a positive duty, and deliberately made in opposition to tbewte Lion of James iSMdunan aril sati. flomjn _

Many }ears. have pasbed away since tho For Congress the present session of Congress, a Aboli amalgamation of parties is impractica shall rejoice to gee Itlolida Electcrstaking and earnest expostulations of many of Breckiuridge ? Such course I John ('.
incident detailed in the above sketch bl.UfldtbOUhfttifliflOfOUI; the lead in this constitutional effort members of the Philadelphia! Tentu
the task of people act the Southern be
We to predict
tionists. aro a
HAWKINS unequal wilier course of
I: tranRjrtredj; many years since they were GEO. S. falsehoods ing in their primary capacity, cannot be to restore harmony and UnionI Convention, Fillmore and Donaldson have Does not such a course -- .
upon the
the accidental conversation in JACKSON COUNTY. meeting gravely such preposterous hav the honor to be very respectfully their stand. Wul,
rived by OF tliceted, there if a pointed out by with equal deliberation, taken seem tu be by far the
more. mere
**1, a family circle of Washington; .8uct.tr ; but but will leave that paper to be enjoyed the Constitution of U.S.by which the your obe't Serv't and fellow citizen, I cannot believe that the Know Nothing stituUonal ? sate an* *"**

the country)' strangely For Electors by such of its readers, who are so South and Constitutional, National men E.C.CABELL.TALLAHASSEE party who were defeated upon the old platform But aa 1 have no desire to ,
I in the event from the fact that the "White of the North united all the Southern States can m eng
1 believe can a front in
CEO. \V. of Cast Florida.M. ignorant or so lost in bigotry, a to present nearly ID a correspondence upon this sul JSI
have bachelor C.LL 10,183G.
possibly a fo the Black July well that its
or Republicans. now
I, $ may against Abu1tionist possibly succeed even aa do not
lou wStaJS
4 LONG, of Middle Florida. what in its columns. suppose you desire I
but one not so because A. appears teach these IIox. E. C. CABELL stricken out ,
it occupant; o Wo can, only sound feature has been ,
i but from \y. D, BARNES, of West Florida. man knows tint the Wti of the 26th ult. was ofaskmgyouany questio jmuJ tarn
.: indifference to woman, really Every intelligent disturbers of the peace Union that Sir:-Your letter or that the settled and determined opposition ask iu consider how JS
you candor
!; highest appreciation of one of the loveliest object of Mr. Calhoun and other Southern however of the South may differ as to received by me on yesterday evening in of the Democratic p-irty: of Florida, would the and
of the sex. JAMES OETTIS Esq,is our authorized Agent for who other we are a unit as opposedto which suggest and request as one of and the pliant nominees !- require folhving
: Senators, (and aUo of Mr. Buchanan, measures, you to the odious platform: be answered it privately propoaajAbv
UUla borough count; : them and their schemes, and! that no division Democratic Electors of this State, I 6hal! whu titan! on it. admit of any degrees
his in offering to extend one gentleman tu another.
it )
approbation Thus
I I' : New York Democratic Convention tv. 0. PAcur Esq Merchant, Is cur an- gave among ourselves can possibly ensure pledge myself to Vute for "Fillmore and of comparison. The Northern Know Nothings 1st. DJ *

'j i The Hard an.l: Soft Sbel sections of theDemocratic thorized Agcut. for city of St. Augustine.f the Missouri line to the Pacific Ocean, to their benefit. Donation, the Know Nothing candidates and the }lack Republicans perfectlyagree cctio.i of jou the not believe? that Pfatfonief tb T"

''t party Syracuse last ;, T. BAT,Esq. \. our authorized Agent \\a to secure for the South the southern The more diligently I study our Federal for President and Vice President, in the in opeuin; the door to agitation fur June 18o., was stncken Philadelphia out and

Wednesday in the different halls. After for the city of Charleston S. C. part of California, which would have given Constitution the more am I impressedwith event that I find that I can thereby defeat. the repeal of fcthe existing laws upon the thereby opened Iu the npeal of the exitinl door

\\1 organizing, committees were appointed by us a slave State on tho Pacific and thus the profound wisdom of its provisions. !- the Black Republican or Abolition candidates subject of slavery.? and the accomplishment Jaws upon the subject of alatery the in

each body to arrange matters for a Union CAMPAIGN FLORIDA NEWS.To I The Constitution prohibits us, the or present tho election from going of this object of their labors will be -U* couahate" the Noth and order
TUB then
:, meting. given us a chance (expansion indefinitely PcopI., from casting our votes dir ctly for into the House of Representatives and in entirely sufficient to produce a dissolution for Fillmore and Donelaon aUiiuI
of fusion discussed at to the South. But by the Compromise of Vice Bresident do the event that I iliad that an 1 if the other the
.. Tho question was a single subscriber, . $100To or as we lucbannl of the Union as certainly aa votes of the Know-Nothings ia
the afternoon sessions of the two Con'entonl Club 3, Addrel samo P. 0. 200 1850, we lost the whole of California, and in most political elections. It obliges u Breckenridge cannot be eltceJ. you two projects of the mack'Rt'pubJicana were of the country f part

.:- with considerable spirit, and finally .I o 6, I I 300i the doctrine of non-intervention by Congress to choose 'Electors" to elect D Presidentand dcire that I should assume a no\e position added to the catalogue namely tho aboil 2.1 J. If du not
in the tiUsolulion of the Soft Convention 4 7, . r 0 Vice President for us. a we choosemembers as one of the Democratic. of i Lion slavery in the District of Columbia you agree with Mr Bartlett. -
Llard.The 4. 10, I I on the subject of : extended this State I have felt it duty to aJvisj the President of the National Council
; and its fusion with the 6n'eryu of our State Legislatures to elect my and tho refusal to admit any more slave
.; joint Conventions then pern1neltlJ Orders must be accompanied with the only to the Territories of Eutah and Senators of the U. S. Why was this ? with several political friends upon the subject State into the Uuion. in this declaration of opinion;what d.> you
think did inti'it-nce the
the selection of : nonet). which Mr. Fillmore because its afraid of your rather remarkable communication convention tu Ittike
New throughMr. not
organized,by Mexico Surely frmersnro of
take the -
; We tender tho Campaign Florida News and those friends fully concur with I may, I hope[ liberty expressing out that important section of the platfurml
President. of these
the election important: ;
of Ucrkimer. a committees Webster, his mouth-piece, declared entrust the opinion that yourself and many 3J. Du i not believe that
J The President was conducted to the chair to active Democrats and political officers directly to the people, but because me in the opinion{ that as I hold my position yu Fillmore and
.. by Judge Bc&rdsley and John Cockrane. who think that its circulation will be that the laws of Mexico, a well as the they know that the people could not, in a one of the Democratic Electors of other cit/ens similarly the situated antecedents, have Donelson will be bound iu honor aadmioj

On taking his fet, Mr. Crane briefly returned useful in the present con test.Mi climate, situation, &c., would forever pre. all cases, exercise this pric e or lowerunderstandingly the State, by virtue of an appointment too,Mr.fondly Fillmore.relied:and have upon i1ed scrutinize fastn of to carry tl.u out, elected, all the Lnoci--

thanks congratulating the Democracy vent the introduction of slaved' into. and except h the medium made by the party ii Convention. I have I. ( wonted and attention the pIes platform, upon which they
I Union :. CABELL'S CORRESPOXDCNCC. bind that by with your care have agreed tu stand /
ofa discretion to to
the spectacle of Electors chosen for this party any
on glorious it remain free ter II
,1-', that consequently must purp.e.The present position of that gentleman: as 4th. lfMr. Fillmore is elected and
to its enemies or others Congress
founded the Cincinnati platform. state of things which pledges or promises
OJ; After on the transaction of some unimportant -' We cheerfully give a large space in our ritory. seems wry to have been forseen and providedfor. entered into subsequent to my being defined by the Know platform KothinCou"enti.U adopted by the shal!! pass a bill 10 repeal any of"tlu

"t: ant business : recess until 7 u'cuck was columns to-day to the letter of Mr. GAS ELi But there was a large extent ol territory There are at this time threu or more so appointed. I understand mJscl and Philadelphia whom he has been in nomination.And existing la.va upon the sul-ject of slavery*
limits of the the other Demociatic Electors by put du you consider him bound by any pat
within the
embraced in the field whom theru
taken.Evening. and the of LONG the Democratic partly candidates among
reply that will
believe continue
I hardly
i can : you the tj cta thtr
ot ?
the platiforui same ant
Conven- instructed by if
Union fully
as being
of If the prct
Territories of Kansas and Nebraska must be ,
the Middle Dis degrees
S31ion.-Tbe candidate for Fleeter for to entertain the decided preference
present what ?
7 o'clock, and that the of the Madisoa Convention, to so I part
Cron Constitution had provided people ceedings
after was appointing r-af Committee on Resolutions trict. The reply of Mr. CALL last week which was not provided for by the should vote directly for President and Vice vote fur the Democratic nominees of the which you once felt for Mr. Fillmore after 5th. Duyou not believe tint if the oil

'Jr"I proceeded( a to ny informal ballot for wa* a perfect bomb shell in their ranks, Compromise bills of 1853, and t which President, there would be no Meli of expressing Cincinnati Convention. I am clearly left you have You know attentively that the considered Democratic: this line whigs in tie South sustain the notuination -
: faith the South that the infer that if that body had desired me subject. cl Buclianaa ant Breckinridgr,
required to
'. a candidate for Governor. and has created I great commotion among good a preference for one candidate. over Florida and of the United Statei
the ballot : Gardner of non-intervention another for the candidate whom lo assume the position which you suggest.it party under-existing circumstances, that they
On doctrine by Congress
Atdson and that except with to the
frt we as
Ij.i the Know Nothings, predict have never agreed you will act with wisdom and
J. Parker : would hate: so instructed me by resolution thereby patiiolitiiu
others. to
Seymour ; all
6'J to 5ta\"e.1
; the bland but conclusive arguments of Mr. should be also applied. For this they preferred Failing soundness of)Ir. Fillmore upon the 16th.
Wood 25 U. Seymour purps\ and until such are given
Fernando ; their choice they by
33 ,
p.', 21 ; Augustus; Schell 11 ; Erastus .turing LONG will reduce them to darkest despair.Mr. Mr. Douglass, Chairman of Cn secure having the .rs sent,to the r House; ofRepresentatives. 1 must decline to aid in any manner tu ry qu1 stion, but !if for that the he sake of soundup argument Do you not believe that the Democratic
cojcedtt'l was
: Territories introduced the Bill to relieve the Know Nothing in this it : nominees are much more likely tu
., 9 ; and scattering 20. LONG'S letter is lengthy but it organize he compelled to take their party I he took his
the hour that present
: I\ Second &lot-AJiso! Gardner 78 ; the reader amply for the perusal.The .- the Territories of Katsas and Nebraska last choice-the candidate most objectionable State from the responsibility of throwing to this platform, which allows euccee-1 than Fillmore a-id Donelsou,lL.
Van- repay and Doa- position upon Knuiv-Nctbing nominees /
I. Seymour 67 ; ( 2; letter of Mr. CABCLL is also an important and which was an exact copy of the act establishing to them. Tills provision of the Constitution away their votes upon and contemplates the repeal of"the existing 7th. Is there in opinion
: derbilt 18 scattering 2tf. and the election laws passed in aISIJD. when the only probable effect of your any reason
i Messrs. ;W WoodSeymour and others withdrew document, proceeding, a it does governments for Eutah and pursuance thereof, enable the people. this course will be to divide the South and laws upon the subject of sI.tTer.rTbat do him 1 tu think it probable that Fillmore awl
sound antecedents
'! .: and after another informal ballot from a presistant and bitter enemy of the New Mexico. This Bill, Mr. Douglass through an intermediate electoral body- weaken the Democratic party ant impairits good does his is antecedents are only of value Donelson can get more than two Stain*

,, Addison Gardner withdrew in favor of Democratic party who is forced by his thought (and Mr. Fillmore also! it seems) ; the College of Electors-to exercise. a ability to defeat the Ulack Republican A in candidate the absence of a platform, which set3forth in the approaching election! -Marjlaml!
it doubtful
and Deleavarr.! and
,' 1 Amass J. Parker rho was nominated on for truth and candor to admit the virtually repealed the Missouri Compromise sound judgement and proper discrimination. c.ndidates. Nor do I feel authorized to his present position. Take for example whether will u either not 7 very
respect in : the they
and madeunanimous. aid in degree d.sconnectmg get
subsequently if cannot elect
the fourth By this means, we any
ballot line but Senator Dixon offered his tho antecedents of the Black Republican -
) till to-morrow. perfect soundness and competency of Mr. I the man for whom we have decided preference Presidential election from the approaclin Having thus hastily though plaialr? (
1 Mr. Fremont they are
.: Resolutions were adopted congratulating BCCHJLNIK for the offlce of President of amendment, and it was accepted by Mr. we may elect one who next most contest State officers, which I think wouldbe candidate.and tIe- is a native hope, answered your coinuiunicatiou, 1 re
\ all Southern pro-slavery.
'.: the Democracy on their reunion, cordiailyapproving the United States. Douglass, "to make assurance double sure." nearly agrees with us. The election of the principle effect cf your ,uc tstion. of the State of South Cat'utica.I1I main.

I uf the Cincinnati nomination and I. We last week pulitcly asked why his The late Bill offered by Mr. Tombs and Presidential Electors is by law, held on As it appears to me morally certain that during tim,: fourteekj that he occupied a Your oVt Servant LO.NG.Hon. .
: : 31. A.
It of Evet Fillmore and Donaldson cannot possiblyget .
the nominations of the States of the
in each
.A, : :(1 pltfor regatding Fillmore as alike characterized letter was not published in the Riptblc'lloC reported, by Senator Douglass!, cmmonl.vcaled the Union.same and day before the Electors of the several more than two States in the Union, feat in the several Senate occasions of the United with the States South he E.-C. CAKEM., Tallahassee Fb.,

.,s \ by fplnt bigotry and intolerance which this place, aud were answered by a ridiculous tbo Pacification Bill, docs not interfere States meet to cast their vote fur and quite probable that they will not get I. voted on tie North. There is no instance -
., and
0 should be repelled by the eoplo ; denies proposition to swap articles with with the non-intervention clause President and Vice President there is ample one 1 regard the contingency of the three against in his record to the country, and

"; the charges of the sectionalism of the that paper, though Mr. CABELL'S letter in tho old bill, but submits the whole question time to ascertain the result of the votes cf Florida, being sufficient to elect he has been sed.iceJ into the position "A GOOD lNTErlON."
endorses the action ofthe party a other State. The Electors : him as entirely too remote to require any yet *
Democrats in -
.' ; was capital of our getting up. The editor, of slavery or no-slavery to the every of the Abolition candiate for the Presidency Come -Citizen let us throng the loop
in on Kansas affairs;and juks I popII State when they assemble in serious attention at present. But if tLUimprobable ,
of our ,
j i confidently Congress to victory in the State. with all the astuteness and cunning of 1. of Kmbls. on, the frt Monday of \ electoral College, will know with absolute contingency should arise.which upon a platform to be fur which the abolition shows! his of present slaveryin holes of our retirement, exchange a gtanw

I: Other resolutions of a local interest were Yankee Clock Pcdlcr offers to publishthis her next. certainty what will be the effect of thevote there is so little reason to regard n Is.iblc position the District of Columbia. Opposition or two-yield our minds lo quiet reflection

passed after which .speeches were made if will article from Patriotic Latter. of Florida, which information we can- the Democratic party of the State, reflection
I letter, we copy an A Manly and to the admission: of any new slave States and as quietly submit our
,. ty Governor Seymour and other. Much have at the time of the popuhr election have the same opportunity to be informedof ,
," cnthwiasin prevailed. the New Hamshire Patriot. This is rather We publish to-day in our first page a not in because it will be impossible the fact as their) Electors and deemed into the Union and repeal ol the" existinglaws to a mutual survey and a mitual criticism.

I singular category in which to place so letter from lion. W. M. IkR\\LL. an So\crLer.for us to know for whom other advisable, can instruct them how to act in on the subject of slavery in the latter with But du not let us suffer those glances tube

f Col. Terry and Judge Hauklus. important a communication as this letter, 'American" member of tho Virginia Legis States will vote.I such a contiuen y. Until such further in- ground Mr. Fillnore.being occupied So of Mr. Van common Burcn whenhe charged with indignation-with those

t These gentleman: for" two weeks past, written, as it is, by one of the leadingpoliticians lature. Mr. BCRWELL,for a while edited am sure that Mr. Fillmore and Mr. structions are given by the authority of accept the Buffalo platform in 1318 reflections to bo mixed the dlscolorings of

,. I.: have been actively canvassing the Easter of our own State, a Whig and the national org.m: of the "American" par Buchanan wou'd either rejoice te see the the Democratic Party, or if the discretionary his antecedents had be-n expressly endorsed prejudice, nor" in their survey sail criticism
of tho State and Abolitionist to act as I deem ,
p sections other elected in to an power may proper
.. the and accounts we have of their success are ardent friend of Mr. FILLMORE and containing ty at Washington city, and was the authorof or Black Republican preference, and I.presume upon the happening of the contingencyshall I by the South as sound, for he had received betray the petty arts of uncaiu&lmiads.

t of the most chccringcharactcr. The hearts :grave proposition to the Democratic the famous 12th section of the Philadelphia their respective fricH,1 have a similar pref-- be conferred. 1 shal not hesitate in Southern the vole State for,I'residentofalmost but like Mr. Fillmore every, he You clearly evince, in the .rst

'' .. ofthe people in that direction are being Electors, which has been approvedby Platform, which the Fillmore men erence. The conlf the the one case to obey instructions; or nomination a platform sentence of your corumuiiicutioa of loss

I. stirred to A enthusiastic response to the both the Sentinel, and Republican, the indignantly and unmercifully: kicked out power upon. and, in judgement, makesit in the other, carefully to weigh and con- accepted with an unsound a plank in upon it and his unsoundness week that soul has never experienced
sider what is to be done in the your
t ofthe Democratic The the of the Electors to proper
nominations rrtJ' two leading organs of tho Know Nothings of their platform at their last convention duty e.\etCs\ and was acknowledged by the Democratic those sensations, that accompany -
I unhappy
Fillmorines arc stirring heaven: earth sound icrctiol, and to express premises, to cast my vote as may
."It ..i..: manufacture a little enthusiasm but I in our State. We should think, that common at PhiadcII.hia Hence Mr. BCRWELL prterence. then think will moat redound to the permanent party Indeed and the the selection whole South and fall from of the miscarriage of bright expectations

1 the effort is futile. Our standard-barer courtesy to one of our own citizens kicks out of the traces. Head his letter Old party issues have passed away, and interest of tho. country. "SuII Mr.that day much resembles the or glowing hopes. U*. whose experience -

I', ,I :. are greeted with the rost would induce the editor of the Republican and pass it round among such of the the measures on which is based the forma cient unto the day b the evil thlrcof. case of.J'iIJmore"ery Mr. Van Buren. This gentleman has been tanned ant! seasoned

,, cheers and without arpoaling to the passions to publish it. As fur the proposition made "American Party" as have left in their tion of new parties are insignificant in com You ak me another question which: once engaged: the confidence of the South, from misfortunes is not apt,at all time*,
> n of the arc blazing with tho principles upon which: seeks to know my private opinion merely ,
1;' and prejudices puple. by the Republican, we have to say that hearts one park of principle or patrio parison without inference to but ambition prompted him to accept a cf "hope and allow
I I: out the path safety country rests the rights. of the South, and the con- any my position as free-soil Wilmot-proviso to clip the fastening ,

K'4 iu the present crisis. Hundreds of \'utet we have no bargains to make with that tism. sequent continuance- a Constitutional the organ and candidate of the Democratic nomination of the Buffalo, he instantly her a roaming indulgence. You,havrsrer,
ofthe North at was
: are now hearing for the first time that.I print. I is a sufficiently disagreeable! duty Editor of fie, Florida News- Union. The maintenance of these principles party.. That question is whether I do ,' men denounced by the Democratic;; party, have been happily favored. A further analysis -

: : Mr. Ifilluiore, whom they were sUI'prting. fur us to have to notice it at all. We shall SIR : I ask thc use of your columns to is with me paramount, and so far ,' not believe the Democratic party of Florida North and South, and has been treated as of that first sentence revealS that
t was I above consideration of party triumph prefer the election of Fillmore and Don *
Presidency t
for the from other such articles as make statement equally duo to every 'I' better than abolition enemy ever since. for the
t copy papers, a i no sensibility
: of the Kansas billaud, they ban mJ'se1r or defeat, as entirely to control my aldson to the Black Republican candidates? you possess an exquisite
principles take the trouble to
.4 roue home pondering the weighty questions we think will b most interesting to our my friends and my country.. political action. The Whig party as a distinct In reply to this question I can only sayas And yet if you Van will Buren Buffalo Platform "observance of ordinary respect for tin

.' bow dare they, a Southern men, give their readers, and shall not copy the article pro- I have ever been a zealous and consist- political organization has ceased to an individual 1 am not awaro that the compare with its the Wilatot-proviso plank yon will feelings ol," not with a generous extension

i' '.' to a cndldlto who opposed the posed. We do not exchange with the New ant Whig but in an evil hour, I must confers exist, nnd not having connected{ myself Democratic. party of Florida have ever expressed to admit that the Fillmore class of but rfihe respective
: "Ct the South tl, American between Fillmoretmmd be compelled to every men,
/ which bad with the Know Nothing. or any preference
measure Hampshire Patriot and have not number with grief and humiliation, that I was of Philadelphiamodfled of other
'f Know-Nothing platform "
1 Union and a there is Your appreciation
equality in tho Democratic parties I, like many other*, Freemont and as no Fremont opponents.
) lice position of that in our possession and seduced into the ranks of the Know Nothings to suit the North, is ever. more
fit :, '. had rece'ned the almost undivided paper ; am at liberty to vote independently, and Electorial ticket in Florida the Democratic tho South. Before feelings is not quite so unlimited-jour

4 ., t'. ,' whic support Southern members of Congress.Jbe do not feel authorized to obtain it throughthe ; of this order I have nothing to say, in view of the issues now before the party are not likely to have an occasion his palpably humiliating offensive seduction tu and fall Van susceptibility tu hopes.

,; people ui Florida are seriously considering medium of tho Republican, having no further than I will as an honest man. wash American people can cheerfully support to express a choice between them. But and deservedthe !
is Mr. Fillmore, as.a Mr. Buchanan or Mr. Fillmore, and will if individual opinion on this point is Buren had certainly enjoyed Perhaps you have been recently engtgt
I bow it & assurance, judging fiom its past course, my hands of all further connection with it my full confidence of the South as much
can oppose tho Kansas bIl advocate the election of either toprc"ent desirable to be known, I will add that I I, and bo even now, in a partizaa war
national man, that such article in the take in the Democratic rank, warmly Mr. Fillmore did, and yet I think may
ever appeared and
I I well the rights of any my place the election of Black conjecture that if it were possible for the as ever, which Is runious to a

i '' f.. which Southern protects the a Northern emigrants, and Patriot. At best, it is but the opinion of fur whom and to whom my efforts, with : RepuLI- Democratic party to be driven to the painful you concurred in the decisions him of the Democratic deserter fare, say political, and careful and kind

I I' .o '. '' repeal the a Missouri Compromise Jaw, the editor, with whom we totally dis my hand and heart, will hereafter b with. can.My preference for Mr. Fillmore is well and ruinous alternative of voting for from party Southern in regarding principles, and M a identical -- wide scope justice, kindred com
from In the House I Fillmore Fremont under circumstances only towards feelings of a
the Southern man the above Mr. Editor known to this community. or existing
which prevented agree. By giving a place with Abolition enemies. the
: t in with his slaves. The of Representatives, and on all proper occasions that they would throw away our open plexion. We have thus discovered

.. ."' ettliug intelligent voter: is beginning to enquire Another Significant Fact. In your columns, you will obiSI elsewhere, I have avowed my admiration their vote on former who seems to Truth nut consistency that, Mr.I most Fillmore respectfully shall two prominent features of your disposition.

'. a Mr. Walter the Know YoursKecpect of his character, and warmly ad no chance of rather that suggest, requires discrimination
: bow it is, that the House of clction. and treated in the same man- of hopes and a
,f : \ for Go\'ertr. approves The Ute vote in Representatives JAMES UlOIIAllDSON. voted the leading measures of his ad cast it for the latter possibly be regarded: Fertility observance

.' Nothing cndidt-boon" to tho South upon the Resolution unseating BVM ministration. I have frequently declared, thereby be elected. The Democracy of ner. If the sound and constitutional an- between the subjects for Ka proper "

., t" \ the and Knaa. I his candidate fur the Gen. WhitGcld, the.legally elected lon Philip JdlandCol. Geo. W. Call. and still bclipvo that he has peculiar Florida have ever opposed Mr. Fimor tecedents of the one could not redeem of him of ordinary respect for the feelin?'
A ) Fimore. proslavery We I learn from the Jacksonville News and from the crime and weakness yielding step or
;. it as a fraud upon from Kansas Territory claims to the support of lovers of theUnion with earnestness, judging But let us pursue these features a
: into
and likens it unto ''Pandora'sbox delegate t that Mr. Dell, in consequence ot domesticafflictions every where, and that he in especially entitled tone of the Democratic press, I am led to tu the temptation of getting power the fate of one sad
the oouutry" innumerable evils. Messrs. Congress again shows the position of par- has declined the canvass a the to the gratitude and support of the suppose that be has ever been regarded as by a,shameful abandonment of the principles two farther, observing Your
P. and Hawkins are explaining all these tics in tho House, Among the yeas wo Democratic Elector for the .as. This people of the Souther States. Hia administration utterly unsound upon the great issues of the constitution, and of his should former the peculiar influence of tho other.
rry neither KTero
,Ib-.. natters with skill and tact by .the tntN I find all the Black Republicans,and Northern gentleman was nominated a sincein (to principles and measures ofthe day. They have seen the party political associations these remarksin hopes have at length experienced s

duction of over powering testimony and Know Nothings, including Fuller and Alachua county for the State Senate of which he is still pledged! ,) gave I who put him in nomination deliberately the other. I tIn not make of avowed rebuff, because "the News of the 26th unceremoniously

the use of ifrefci&lible argumt-nts. Hundreds and wo believe, has accepted the position assurance t the world that ho has no sympathy assemble and by a largo vote,strike out the censure or condemnation" your Buchanan and untrutafulljr pronoun
Haven and Mr. -
ofMr. Fillmore
of over
of Fillmore men now Campbell Pennsylvania so flatteringly tendered. radicalism, nor sectional fana only Southern or slavery plank in their preference har.'r *"
facts an they are 1 ,lueditatng present : Talk of New York.and Pcnnington,all the i. The arduous duties incident to the post ticism. Mr. Buchanan is known to bean platform/of principles whereby they assume a great statesmen, whose opinions ced one Electorial candidate a of
of the South
t ed.upon and like their political friends of Georgia particular friends of Fillmore, and professing thus vacted by Mr. Dell have devuled equally sound, consc"atle. constitutional common ground with the Black Republican upon the constitutional rights accords with I gret" now, the necessary conseqaanca l

from the trammel belong to the conservative or moderato upon his alternate, Col. Call!, :a! Union man. In the hands of cither or Abolition candidates, so far a, and of the States fully our blasted hope," inspires your soul,
l.uilgJos who has all times preservedhis
p t : ready commenced tho canvass in good earn ofthe-se gentlemen the Constitution will both parties are at liberty to repeal the own, and the follies pfs"3*
of parly throwing wing of the Know Nothings whilst that the Democratic partyis safe will be ofa laws the of slavery." integrity under all temptations, but in like grief,weeping over
selves into the ranks uf those who are est. Believing bo and the people assured existing on subject Cruel lftvs, to&
for the and the Union. among tho nays we find tho name of such tho only hope of the nation, he supports wise administrtion of Government. Tho Know Nothing party by the platformof justification inysilf, and party, in declining -. you no doubt"weep. editorial

iloridian fighting f J Conattutol men as and Carlish of P nn.'J'mia Buchanan, Breckinridge,and their platform Being then at liberty to vote for the Juno 1855, in the 12th' section therur to azree with you! in that preference.If plunged the sharp rowel of your

lur. Fuller wan of Maine, Harris Jar with healy good will. Gentleman writingus 1 Electoral Candidates of either party in declare tbat "the National Counci Mr. Van Buren"was justly and little regarded better as spur into the hitherto hopeful KTitioa.

Critical State of our Relations with from the East, are in ecitacics over his Florida, I wish to put it beyond the reach, deemed guarantee or common justiceand a deserter from his party, of his But did the News actually characteriM '
0 Spain shall and Ricr01& of Illinois, Miller crushing which they say excel of possibility that my vote can, in any of future peace to abide by and main- than a traitor to the constitution allusion"to M"

*-Iett" the Wafthmghton dent of Indiana, Puryear, and .number of any lphes uf Mr. Call-that is event ensure to the benefit of the Abolitionists. lain the existing laws upon the subject of country, for agreeing to seek power upon McCall as a "liar" for his J5fltsrson'$ P
with thoWilmotprotsio
*i of the Baltimore Sun, state lliiti col the relations other Democrats from the Northern saying a vast deal. We gladly wclcmeCol. With! this view! in behalf of rny- slavery, l a final and conclusive 'settlement the celebrated Buffalo Platform of his quotations from Mr. *
N.tiona notwithstanding -
: mitbSpain hate become interesting States all enpportes of Mr. Buchanan. !. Call into tho ranks uf the Democracy. self and many others similarly situated, I of that subject, in spirit and tub l.fe feature of in it, and litical publications," or did it agree !.,

critical appears from late Our party has felt the weight of his steel respectfully ask you whether you will exercise stance." This section clearly forbids his precious patriotism political Hawkins that the quotaUoni'r
if not a ask should,Mr. Fill- Judge .
quit know the uf his for the of rectitude, why I ?O
from Mr. The in times past and temper the discretionary power to which I party to agitate purpose rpal- Jefferson
York Mr.
p dispatches Dog I Hew Democracy metal. have referred. either fugitive slave law more for an equally flagrant offence escape not sound like
.L:I Cortex are for lid haung to hue allowed and paid gov-any To two wings of the Democracy of New Let other whig follow the bright exam To be more explicit, I.will! ask you I Kansas Nebraska bill, and thereby, restoring the same fate 1 This u a question' ,which' denial of a quotation and the,dCfl
eracat -old
clalmou account uf the Black Warrior (the lars and Softs) have united pIe. In tho gicat struggle for equality 1st. Do you not prefer and do you not tho odious Missouri restriction.' The I thousands"and ten of thousands been unabletq rnent of it aniouat to the charge | baiaterposed.for

affair in consequence of that the ,u,. cordially in ratifying nominations of Buchanan and constitutional right, let the believe the Democratic (American) partyof Know Nothing party, however, when they line whig? in tho South have have hood? You, friend "Cttaa" shOii1t
and refused our demand for the rise above the heal and violence of party Florida prefers the election of}'iUmor met at Philadelphia to nominate Fillmoreand answer satisfactorily, and accordingly thus assistance of

I '9 t.of other claims We and Brockinridge, and in nominating feelings; Je him sacrifice his love of party & Donelson, (Buchanan and Breckinridge.) Donaldson in the .month of February promptly denounced Mr. Fillmore the

have adjustment expectation of tceiriiig indemnity candidate for the State' offices. After and its triumphs upon the altar of our com to that of the Abolition 'or Black Republican last, 'deliberately 'struck out this sound *rj| they did Mr. Van Buren And 'among Call, by designating here .Ih *'"

i: ', from any on account uf. tho Black War making'tho nominations, the Convention i mon country; let hatred and opposition to I I cndidat. ? plank in the Platform, and substituted in those old Ling Whigs ,who have honored so actedare might bo found. You would

ii.r ur 81-1 any other: claims. The Spanishcuvernment telegraphed the fact to Mesirs. Buchanan rival'parties,at the South be forgotten, at I ;' yon b elected,and should its stead what seamed more palatable toil many of the ablest and most disarmed the News, intercepted-1W "Jpression

f. is bankrupt, and .'cr it not and Breckinndge and the 33 electoral least for the present, and the olive branch It D ascertained F.Umor and Donel- abolition friends in the St1tea. members and leaders orthH old Whig Mr. party, that Mr.McColl gaih1
which has been gracefully tender Buchanan and will The substitute is follows Archibald Dixon Kentucky, Clays *
,i '; the so-called party which rule of peace, ( Breckinridge.) receive a : substantiated the
M> liberal of New York for tho Democratic IOn in the Senate of the United States misstatement, Jr
are votes by the Demoracy. be accepted, and more electorial rotes than Buchananand Tho maintenance and enforcement of all successor_ tha
I : tl Cortex concession tnado by the t; rcgiz endidata This decides the fate of I.t eery citizen Florida determine with ; Breckinridge, (Fillmore and Donel-! laws until such .hl be: repealed or declared Senater Jones of Tennessee, Senator Toombs Benjamin of he U' "well informed," and afco

'.' 'to any tbe of foreign claim.' '' an eye single to the good, peace and prosperity son,) and that your vote/or the latter gentleman null an J by competent judicial i of Louisiana, Senator Mr. Fillmore'a intimation that you too hawexamltnrlitioal

'' justice &m of his country, to dj his \hoi* dutyin caunot elect them, will you not cast authority." Georgia and many others of history. Your benevolent jttjw

*Tbe bosom of America'u open not only Store Iron brIbe Florida Railroad. the.preseutctmtm.. -Floridianf! Journal your vote for Fillmore 'and Don:1on. I think no Candid man can mistake the former friends of less extensive reputation If, him from censure,ha*
and mpcctabfotnsecr Buchanan and ) of,this change in tho policy of the but of equal wisdom and patriotism. to screen '
the oppulcnt the Schr. FrancBur- ( Brcklordg you fnd object w>* V'
,t receive W ufder.tn'd It cannot be denied feeble exhibition of the solid objection his position more precarious
but tbe and persecuted Fernandina with Brooks and Keitt were you can hereby Uepub1- Know Nothing party. my o""
t Ul.IC6S relt insufficient to change altitude
another Fillmore
Cot Mr. are
( and religions, arved I can or Abolition candidates,-rrTent that this! important change in the platformwas to yourself in the unhappy
Ash natk'81 ,'btm"o.Lal Iron. This makes the fourth to Congrest on tho 28hult. : decided preference for that fallen note.
I velcome to a in ( rlght cargo bth eltction from going Into tho House of RcpmenUtirct. made to conciliate tho Northern or your examine anti ingly endorsing a counterfeit
.?.' aud mO" '>B. -Cn9. shin fon. : cargo already received by tbo Comiany.S .1 without (opposition.. I I Abolition elements of that party, which entzt; I \nyUe you to

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0corjndgtncnt torfIt Dxtraordluarr sire Medical Development 1'orterie I-. Extcn- ] Royal Havana I -0 :Felix Livingston_ Jewelry! Jcucliyl I run 1 '1tCharleston

the We learn from the Philadelphia)
hopes.in papers LOTTERy0The ATTOR17EY AT LAW, *

4jifi 1fyour com tljat the examination of Pelliam D.-Holfis [0c. in Eroward Crick Il.Jing.] Wil. GUOTHE, .

: yoGr New' kty of that city on a charge of counterfeiting next ordinary drawing cf the Royal Hara tNart1jcrn1)ricc. Jacksonville, E. F., Y A T VII 51 A KE K ru.SAYAMAH. I

jbe 1W t the the labels of Holtovray's celebrated Pills na Lottery conducted by the SpanUh Govern TT A VINO retired fronith.Probate offiw,I bar Ifi

feature of your di8- inent, nnder the duperrUion of time Captaia General Ll resumed the practice vf Law, ia all the :

:;: to "& has resulted in thocomu 4t, l of the prisoner of Cuba, will I UVo place at Uar ana, Courts of the Eastern Circuit,and iu the Supreme Jeweller, ,
as pro.of v M
to take lila trial for that oCence. Friday August 29th 1856.Sorteo Coin at Jackon\iHe, al olathe VuiteJState* (SEST ioa> TO TDC posr-oyrCr ) !: The U.- S. 0 it V
giS oriiU7 CCt f"! the ffflEtoflowtnboc l1 at the retail rat District Court at St.Aagatin*. Having daring -
The testimony disclosed eorne (Jets. It mu will bo forwarded dlrrf,, my occupancy of the Ftviate office,acquired toaiderablr HAS ra hand a vi-L'uded ajeortmeol 6( ben all- STE.iIEP.CABOLIIfA-

( ? flju ,.tthoecommtflt5cred'Y appeared thai Hollis bad closely imitated U the interior \>f mail, upon remittance of's 'e familiarity with all mailers relating to and unique JEWELRY i f tie latest

ofiny surpo.iLItI trite, with rij. portage sUiup for pre-payment cflCet the estate uf minors cud deceased p,noDS, and style and t.ashionagnch aj

warfare hakfltI'Y the original wood cuts and lithographic i'ovtJsre. Tha average postage on bound iwvc!* the cettleaeot of accounts by Gaardun* and Administrators GOLD GUARDS, FOB cal VEST CHAIS3EARRINnS '

Ftzn: P' plates used in Professor! Hulhway'a busi 13 *. I tender uy t.rvic.* paiUcalarly to FINGER-R1NC. L.M. COXETTER, COMMAXDEB.

Xumero 5C8Ordluarfo. EARNEST LIXWOOD 31 OO persons baring lusinew in that line. I will also BREAST-PINS, *e, leave Palatka THURSDAY.
X7JLL every
CUCX 7 VA ness { that his nefarious preparations had (The late book if Mr* Caroline Lea attend to Pensions, Bounty Land, and to all ether all of which will I* offered at the lowtii prks fl aingM3o'doskPimLata slit toe' *. '

j&baiLei the l>eeti'on a gigantic scale, and that the immense c.iIII..ttJ ruizc 100,000 z i Ilent*. decenKed. cf Florida.) claim again the Federal Government, ntnutod for CASH Jacksonville at 3'clock Me aftcrsoo,and S*.
;' with ilISS ilCRRAY'S to me with nov.ll-ly r *\TATCUE3, .te-, paired sail wa rajU dv '
: LETTER with h at 9 reaeila
rFlorida vaaaoh FiUy sMack
1 Trite on sapraiag ;
** which popularity of the Medicine justified of..lOOtijO) 3 Prizes ct.... 2,000 descriptions ... 1 OO Mr. O, with his experience for the list tweak,. that .
inference 1 Choxlcitoa tveninjW3L
the .50.000 j 2 "...._ .
f1rk; that him ir THE T/XGLETOWS LETTERS 1 25Jlsjne eight yean M a practical WATCHMAKER. M- 21.LA WTO A CO :
expecting vast returns of ,
case suc 1 ".:::: 20000 70 ". CALL & FLEMING
uirni. a ..... 400
the pbC" Reid's Alexiean and Texan ten hinufclf that h* Is ful'y competeot to 51 TO entire Ajrenf at ChartwUa.BENET .
$1j putifl cess. Tortunately the actire snd energetic 1 10,000 ) UG ".... 200SOApproiimationi satisfaction to thoae who desire Ii bar fLair
UI thC s't'Wi adrentnre Luc-ks bound TEA3DALS.AceaU ,- 0
I ".. .. ,handsomely .
the agents of Professor Holloivay (who S.OiO 7,200 viz:-. Iah watches, Jta, repaired ia a workmanlike wanner. at PaUlka.JAME3 .. 0
are 80 disorderly zuineettfl. may 4 Apr.rx.timnlions to tbs S 100,00! of SCOO each; THE WHITE ChIEF.I 25 Itttflruejjs at ; All pervuo* having good watches whkb,bow-
, 1tjaofl' vb&t vouU they be said to constitute a special police for 4$200 of WOO to 850,000; 4 of 1100 to s:0U03 ; lot THE SCALP HUXTER?. 1 Z5UERTIIA ever, do not perform well, and are now oat of EIZ.AgeetaLPic.Zat.s.] 0
the protection of Lis interests in all $10,000: 4 of 8200 to 85,000. the late work of Mu Brewer,.. 1 OoTIIE50NGOF order, will do well ta call oa Mr.Grothe, who** JOIIXILOWARD,

bCJ 0 barMy cnnpat- ULolc Tickets S20 ; Halves S1O ; HIAVrATHA.Lrngfellow.1 OO Jacksonville, Florida. terms are "no care to pay." Agent at JackiocdU. .
( parts of tho wot Id.) soon disc*>vcred the ,
to ten
Quarters avail Linuelf tau oppcrtnnity
anl S3. Mr.G. *
of the public THE LEGENDS OF HIAWIITIIA May 24. IS6. ly 1L.t.Ctnizc, j .
ththe 1 sense fraud and procured the arrest of the Prizes be J der his sincere thank to tha eitiicw tf this place 14-X .
per cn at ight at 5 per cent CLcouctB ing the original legends of the ludinw, Jane l-&to at Sataaaaa.
rcctLOfl up m that g.oJ sense petrator. The Central Office in New ;JU on all aolrcnt Banki taken at par. eg narrated orally to II. R.Sthoolcraft, JOHN W. PRICE an.1 iu vicinity for the liberal patronage Litberta
bestowed him and he that by A determination
ca hop *
drawing f-nvaried u scn as tLs re- during hi* cCcul service cf twenty
York acting under instructions from the cult ba.un. known. years among the Western tribes.-- Attorney & Counccllor at Law, to please ha will merit a continuance of itatcitntnntjitc : '

j nJCowmnuicatIx, addressed BOX RODRIGUEZ Tl/. ,.. ..t, .t.. -1. ? r.:.> their ccn d nce and patronage. (july 14-1/
[ parent establishment in London, next proceeded to l'II1 LL vflracLcr I arc launfully IiC'ESONVILLE, FLORIDA, ,
nil AGAIN j (.are of City! Post, Charleston, S. C ,) ictrodnred iato Professor Long- the Eastern Circuit cf Fk r- 0 0

rD1.IN nn I intimated to trace out the whereabouts) of the until the 2Jtb of Auut 'ill! U attended to.Coftci1. fellow'j poem, anl are valuable companionj "IT'ILL p. > ida practLin, and the Counties of Chi rlton and Cazadea CHEAP CASH Marine Insurance Co. ,

: In BV last counterfeits and it is believed that they Utbe Hiawatha. .. .... .... 1 OO Georgia. Dec. 13-17
have all been discovered and destroyed. of with bis brother Corner and Xitrktl-Sb. Ha-r
Napoleon Smith & Bradford.ATTORNEYAT oJtutrt ar.0ISssLYa1u. i -
the sector IwproeinentS.rsr1 Frauds of this nature arc atrocious They : !. Jor{.h, 2 vns! in superior binding...2 OO LAWand ? 0 ; ?
vas imperil health and life, by substituting for State -br Whitney. .. .... .... .... 1 OO .
tkin By Authority oj the cf Alabama. ?a7
bfre CHAH
1titc Icrt vp a genuine curative something that is either ANDERSON'S MASONIC CONSTITUTIONS E2LISIT32 IH CHART CK 0 0
i Wilson Wintcrnitz TNSURE BUILDINGS MKR1 -
gb. and ticnanst31e Flu. Perpetually
a fio ciuiilc of tho ell English AUigalar ,
ineffective or positively noxious. To counterfeit Southern Military AccadcmyCLASS'F ddition, in 4 to form. .. .... .... ....25O WILL attend promptly to all busiausa o&tnutodto IkMpectfully inform the Ladles and Gentlemen CHANDISE. FCRNITUBK, VESSELS ia 0 I
othr.th3.t 1iat r ) Bbout to write a bank bill Is merely to cheat the SIMMS' WORKS-couipri.uig all of Red- them. of Jacksonville and surrounding country that thry Port and their CARGOES, and other Property,
wach itsSr field's Tales their and beautiful stock against lots or damage by fir*.
the spirit in edition cf Revolutionary I B. hare now opened new
but M. WHIT.SlirTH, OA&roatJ
i' to counterfeit
pocket, a great medicine and the South 125 and Summer Goods, cooiiitinj partly of 0
'iicc to i iIlkcr' lii- -New Ser.es. the Bonier Romitnces OEce at Alligator. | OSce at Newnansrille. of 5priu2 ,
It i to not to men is to rub the sick not' only of their money stAN, THE FISHERMAN'S DAUGUTER.2rc.ls DRY GOODS DIRECTORS: 0

Indian but to To I e drawn in the Ci'y r.f. Montgomery, Alabama' ,.... .... .... .... ....... 1 5O jnly7-ly John P. Rutherford, Robert Elats, .
heir but of the chance of cure. In public, oa THPRSDAY, A 050 1 13th, McIntosh Calicoes, Muslins. Barapes, Ginghams PhiloC-SHjwick, Alunxo A.Carrier, .
MARGARET MAITLAND the autbcrofZaiace McQueen
Jj tkeonel*e*. True it i Ms that a55. the by Checked Cambric's Clack Albert J.GiUett John B,RatheriUrd, I
Me** It would seem that the boundless success on ,.. .. .... .... .... ......-. 88 AT L.iW Jackoncts and ,
P aud IOkOi n that ATTORNEY and Col'd Silks Chambrays Challiei, Alvan Wilklu, Samuel Jones.CapL 0
Tare cow there of Professor liolloway's remedies in E17IM flkL THE COXQrEST OF FLORIDA, by Jacksonville.E. F.a1C1L'D Samuel T. Jones, 0

2 wperfically. and puiUly did not this country has aroused to an unwonted Theodore Irving.... .. .. .. .... ..-1 25 Silk and Lace Mantillas. Bleached and JOHN P. RUTHERFORD, 2'rssS..I. I '
Irish Linens
L to csj.loro its Irunerjev.enttb. SAMUEL SWAN WIDOW EEDOTr PAPERS.. ......... 1 OOSPARROWURASS T. statute J CUA3. W. POW5I5O.RIRC1ICTT Unbleached Homespun A. J. GILLETT, Secretary.L. .
uf their boats eitent the cupidity of that class of harpies Manager.: Damask Table Cloths and Napkins B. : Gtntrvt -
wit Agnt ,,
; t could soon PAPERS,.... .. .... 1 OO & DOWNING, *
Energcuc men E. L. C. Hankerchiefj. fancy J J. 4ci&tJackaourU6 fit.BErEUZSCXS .
who watch the progres 'of a grand discovery PRIZES AMOUNTINGTOb49OOO Diaper, U.McRORT.
it jo to be hoped BOOKS FOU YOUTH ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Silk Trimming's Silk Gloves and Mitta, AT JACKSO<(VIUX* '
will for the Bole purpose or robbing the THE BALLOON TRAEEL3 OF ROBEUT Embro'd. and Grass Skirts Plain and CoL J. S. Sammis, Chance W2J.r, J 0
cities ASD ,
$: rpperlen of uur Urge dUcovervr and deceiving the public. The $ e MERRr and hj Young Frlendj, Claims FigM. Ribbons Silk and Straw Bonnets, Col. John Broward, SamlN.VrUliaiaa.Kwi

55515t o to procure for lLeraEiapt by Peter Parity.. .. .. .... .... .. 1 OO Agents for Co!. Henry Timanu, [1L.ih2-tr1
_c tO author "Lacon" ha vs "Hypocrisy is the win be dietrlbutod aacording to the following Silk Illusion and Bobenets, Muslin and 0
WhICh the most delicate up. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE, or the 4DO, SEVENTH STRtE1'WAShINGTON Cambric Edgeins Collars Chimesttts In Circuit Court Fasten Circuit ofFlM
dainties homage which Vice to VIrtue anJ MAGNIFICENT 0
pays SCHEME! Early Life of Young Humphrey Davy,
5fl5t a1ireeiate. and is nov almost it with equal truth be affirmed that by Ueary llsyhew... .. . .... ...... 1 00 CITY. and Sleeves. .4rtilI'L Flowers and Tabs,, Ida, Dnr&I County.SAXCZI. .
rate 1 would alo draw may 30,000 Xuinbers-15,185 Prizes. TA lUll D. TTJTLL practice before the Court of Claims, and Musqneto Netting. Parasols. Fans, L'nibrellas BcrrucTcur, J Ass. Attachment.r .
dC2 rcath. the counterfeit of a world-renowned ( before and the 5 10,000.. Saat-
.ycud b.ilurt the diate. ing I Prize of. . $10.000 u . S40.000do Florida War Irving' Life of Waib- \ V proaecute Claims Congress and a large assortment of Hosiery Damages
the % Spragut- WILUAH P STAKE ) Sworn to 95,000.
tct&UefttiJfl W medicine is the unconscious tribute which do . 15,000 ;is . 15,000' iogtun in Sheep, Bocton's Thirty Years, and many several Department ic., &. Defendant and all others interested, ar .

at Fort Jupiter, on the villainy pays to skill science aol success. 1 do . 7,000 u . 7,000 other valuable standards Works fur sale. Clothing npHE A. hereby notified of the co.nmencem.ntofthJa I
; m.Ics andvjifromthelnlet.no 1 do . 3,000 U . 3,000 REFCRE3CE3Hon. i
L42h&tdlee Eiver some tiro We rejoice that the villainy has in thisca&ebecn 1 do. . 2,000 i U . 2,000 MARPKK'S M.t.IZINLfor August. J. JIOBT05, U. S. S.Hon.. Dress Coat, Flannel Shirt*, | Suit by Attachment, and are required will to be appear I
do and plead to the tome,Judgment enter
seriout ewfcnce* GRAHAM'S UODEY'S, for AugUit.IUTXAM'a A E.UIXWZLL, H. R. Pants, Negro
1 do . 1,100 is . 1,100
unmasked and that default of aaid Cowt.J.P.SANDEKSOS .
promptly and sasorte, ed by at the next term
P""un wa0wd t 1 d. . 1,000 U . 1,000 M.WAZN1IU0CSEllOLbWORD. Hon S. R 3lAU.otT, I:. S. S. j Vests, tints Caps, up
Lowrred, and that ili roy i there is e\cry probaUSry of justice being 10 do . 200 U . 2,000 for Auu.t.A Hon. E. C. CABEU., Florida | Stocks and Cravat, Shirts end Collars. 14 153&-3m Atfy for,PVT

from tie Iwlet remaining closed ew dealt out to the offender. 100 do 100 is . 10,000 few July! nutu.joro Harper's still on Land. Messrs. EnoDtc 4 PCTTES, New York. BOUTS & SHOES. June _

little farther Southern Quarterly llcvicAV. ilesjrs.J.G.t J. A.Casir,Sandkiy,0 Lady's Enameled Coots,Men's Boots, course,
l tLc! wttler po a A PI'ROXI MATIONS. Brought to Jail
Let 1 We would suggest that the trade, warned July 25-ly colored Ties, fine, ,
HJl to LaVe Worth) there his 1 4 prcsimatlou Prizes cf$2 00 are . S300 The 1st Nu of the new Fcriej cf the Southern M kid do Shoes 4 Slipper, the 10th inst, a Negro Mn about 25 or2S
,. ( ay clitmte fur | by the detection of this scheme of fraud 4 103aro 400 Quarterly, under Its now change of Proprietorship, F. C. lAr.BETT. K. ALZIASDEBBlllKETT u silk Gaiters, Congress GaUen, ON yean of age, and about B feet 6 or 7 iach.

e 09 gratified an J a I and robbery, should cserci the utmost 4 ; 75 are . 300 fr del.vcry to subicribori'. at S3 per annum.C. & ALEXA.DEltMiOiesale kid Slippers, Kip Brogan, high, .sys be b owned by William S. Harris, af

NualZfl siuy n the State. 4 GOare. 240 DREW. Miwes eol'd Gaiters, Youth's da burnt County, Fla, and says his name is JULY.
5brty! I vigilance in guardirg apainst the like im- 4 0 ---41 50 . 20 vnd Retail Dealers in .
are Anr 9 Oceou-ht. near Bay.Sit \ Loots t Slippers Shoes & Boots, The owner or owners are requested Income forward -
Ja BT last I promised not to exagerate.Uttaie i positions hereafter.-Boston Intelligeacer. 4 IE 43 are Provisions Tobacco Negro Bttgons. prove property, pay all charge and take- .,
plain facts. This I have dune. 4 f 2are. 100 Together with a. larza assortment of him away, or he will bo deli with according t<*
40 20 are . 200 tIc; Bookstore. Nails &c. Uw. A. B. HOGARTH.
Liquors JW WARE 0
the Scgars ,
w I tnnst not fchow the pnllc brighti South L4or1&1a. 15,000 '. 8 are 120,000 ,Store CUTLERY, Jacksonville June 23. Jailor D. C.

it the picture on K.w hcii I know there An intelligent gentleman writing us from ,' TILL aol Count.ng-Hoit Slates, with brass At the corner ,

it the immense j South Florida save: 15,153 Phes amoujitiD! to .. . 20100Tbe ItJ. htngoi 13 to 10) aol 15 to 11 inch leaves. REED'S EXCHANGE, GROCERIES, fc, 4c Jacksonville Bricks Yard. .
,dirlonc aUo. 1 to determined the Fine Boards Books of Purchasers will find it to their interest to call
? 15,000 Prizes of are by morocco Backgamm ; FLORID
uf taofrquitoc'S. and MrH-Hies toe j J he jeoplvi of this section are already number which draws ths 810,003 Prize-if that Blink Draft and Black Note of Hand, with and examine our Stock, at the Carolina corner, THE undersigned i* now making a vary super

aiBtv. 1 waking uj* to the importance of the tornmg cumber th<>u.d be iui odd cnaibtr, th-u every odd vignette < the river
tod it several places on at in their line which they are always in all those whicony Brick Church which he will sell at tho foDowin-
elections. I think the prospects of number ticLat in the Scheme will I I.e entitled to morocco Portfolios ; 1 Leather Portable writing great pleasure trying to please 0

dim I am JoifjmieJ there are none ori. Col. Perry aii-1! Judge Hawkins are not i-S; if an eveu number, then every even number C-ic; Setts Chessmen; Pocket Compass. 2 very found selling at the lowest market rales. Then favor as with a calL All orders Crow the prIces: I

elf deal only but still ticket will be cutit'cJ to S3 in udlitiuu to our Cue terreitial S-hool Globe*, and a groat variety terms are exclusively CASH. Aprilld3LYLER men try, shall be promptly attended to. FIBST QrALirr, -19 00 per thousand, ,.
J Liia
blight brightening. They
fi a good "
writer uu ,
The Mid Mercantile Stationary,Red 3Iark- Jacksonville FIn, April 12, 1336.Ia Srco.tD - 1 00 j
other Prize which be drawn. of Lawyers
S uth Florida l may 6
EseTed it firit, tot soon gut accustomed will undoubtedly carry by Purchasers in buying an cq'tul qnaatlty of old ing Chalk, MctaVis Eyelet for fastening documentj & KLINE THIKD ----5w" .
It is considered here Circuit Court Eastern Circuit of Florida ATELL EWCKS, - 10 00 **
; if of the hardy a large majority. byth't and even number ticket will be certiiu of drawing 6llt: Taste, on epocb, f>*paper, Thawing for Columbia Count *.
any '
msud quehliun } He will charge for delivery in town and wbma
best informed that the ticket \\i the Muse
Bed Office Tar
\tith MM ,
c nearly one-LilT the cost of the saiao, Paper and Eras IXrCB7I.CS A5D DCALEKS: ISFOREIGN E Davis Charles 31. Kolb
ytle mti=!i abuut them now. From very best one that could have been brought chances of obtaiuing other Prizes. Staff Pen aol Blank Ma'ic Paper, The Rudiments DOMESTIC Stephen and ,A. within the Plankrosd, one dollar per thousand. 0
AND Jcwph Fanning,
and one dollar and fifty cents tbeuand for .
wiIg1 ol rcu/ir the young, Merchants trading under the name of Bill greater distance. The Brick are per made of exec).- I ,
even-a'.l tho e ending HI ill 1,3, 5, 7, 9, are odd. TUsu I'aiier, Buff Envelope Paper, Blc-tibg: Piper BRANDIES
well the South the WINES Davis Kolb t LnChsBceryfr
now promises FannIng, material dried under
cleared we will cot bo an- as as mid email sheets | lent are cover, and an
ajstrjeU up "I omember that every Prize u drawn, and | white anl red, ia 1aree .
has been vi. I heavier and of better than that ,
tliebc pests not triumph of the Democracy never parable in full without deduction.l Copying Ink and Oil Paper, File.boards of pa.toboard S.How- Foreclosure quality any ar
ied i by our greatest GINS & SEGARS William II Gitliland,Sidney j being imported.
letc than it will be next October. Lxls aid
more im-
comf ? AU Prize* of Sl,00"3 aol under, paid fur Diuijaway paupers ell, James GUIilasd and James '. of orders bjft with Messrs. A
red friends of iAU Hartridge
kitting, hoWeVer, our Flor.diixn Juurnut after the -other 1'r.zcs at the Lcttor-hcldcru, Letter itn-1 Cap size.
$ djawk'j
m dutely A"o. 3,baifcen St.Julian and Bryan street II. NKko, Mortgage i Tuoanus, who are my Agents, will be promptly 0
rvn*c Lope to giuan accouut of Leforeaweeet u nal time of thirty days. School Globe.6.TV Merchants and surviving partners j and I attended
\Vcft Market Square,
gtriHIr! cosfi Icntial. Toe
A11! cowtnauicatioDS -
unite the of i Partition ol .
the anal rifle JOSLACOUR5E..
i&LU we axe Jlatiozrag s Giantaeut ail Pills a certain drawn naml ers will be forwef.te l to {mrvoaacrs 0 TERRESTIAL GLODE.-'fanufactar- reblm 5M r .Y.V.17GEORGIA.. GilLlandj, Howell ,t Co., I LauJs.Ecrjamin Jacksonville 26.
troubf for Ulctrnua Sorvs..-Jeremiah ed Josiah Lena B*tou-9 1-2 UuhIINCLISII April 0
!iliddt U of two o! our featff-t Jleruetly immediately after the drawing. by : G. Throntou and hercules I
llenderaoa. .jal I country "n >t airpaae.I by ma- Tickets I0--IIalrcr-Quartcrs $2.50. suiUbU fur Dying and Renovating Estab
suffered for eevea years and five Biltc-1-large octova ize- UST Received at Apothecary Hall a fresh snp- Complainants in this cause having thudarJ.
t>."united to our cit.zens. months with MX ulcerous sores on his leg. Prize Tkkcli cs Lsd or rcacirci ia iticr TLicts I table! Bibio-, and yet convenient for 050. London ply of Balm of a Thousand Flowers, Giiinaasacel&rrt filed their Bill of Complaint, and it appearing lishment. I

N'rr fur Improvemfat Oar l yiflitet and three on his arms which fieticd every at either oee.CRE.tI' e'iltiun-Wm Coilrfi', Paterno&ter Row between-couta.n-the nod Jarcei liquid hair byes.Al..e by the aSdavit of Chirles M. Kolb,one of said 73 York street, rear of the Court House,
REDUCTION TO CLUBS.Ajoachilf and full cullatcral rea.hing : that all of said Defendants resided
ing for the of Complainants,
maps Electric Oil
his given iw a ch-iMf v.have a Ctcilaters he used the celebrated euro SAVANNAH GEO.
IcinJ ,treatment some
although of the Ticket are giiranteel to cola-aim Turkey Moro-x-o binding o&c plain olive Rheumatism Noaval-U, corvoiu Headache ii., beyond the limits of said State, to wit: the said ,
fa the of t'.f'! St. Jt.linto those ('f the most noted remedies for time cure draw %3 we will sell Certiflc-Ues of lUcka ea of color, the bluer purple, richy! gilt. For Sale THOMAS JdlLLAN. D fcada&t, Benjamin G. Throntun at Dahlciug, [Established 1832.]

nIndau( : Tj n-r. bat with all! due dilfercnceitlu. lit the same both internal and external it 10 Tick.jJl( asi even LUiibcr,) j.t the f liowiiig Episcopal I'rajcr Ilook --ksr.nville by July 26, 1556-31 in the State of Georgia &nd the said Defendants, THE SUBSCRIBER, greatM to hi* Patron*

; I hate n.j d>>ubt intended t
n.wkt dtie* it aumant t< ? I llolJowaj-'s Ointment and Pill's which All iha-t the 13 Ticket draw over the aaiountraarautced PUEOse perfecUy! new and Gilliland and James II NickoU, partners, Ac,in astte,that be is now prepared to Clean,or Dye all '
the COPYING Notice.TIIE tho cf Charleston, la the Slate of South Carolina colors on Silk and Woolen Dresses, Shawl, ic., (
t city
aocmc pur.-biser. .
sld. thrfure. or a w d the wounds to have an im- ( Letter Press. .
quiclly cau> CerUSeatts uf P. ekase uf It) Wao'.o: T.Jcets, 530 g'wl and the said efenJ.int, llerenles IL W. which"h* trusts will generally please all,who saw )
tkkifcarnrJ out will benefit not only Proved appearance and by continuing with .' lOIIilf :30 MRS. W1RTS FLORA'S DICTIONARY heretofore Andrews, in the city of Baltimore, in the State cfMaryland. fivor him with their patruenge. Ladies' whiter .

the kktn Iliver detilt-r. but aUo the fict- these remedies fur ten weeks he was com- '4 .6 10 Quarter 15 One copy Mrs Wirt'* }Flora' Dictionary Loeprcseci Copartnership Therefore, on motion of Felix Lit isgs-- Crap* Shawls cleaned and bleached in the very

tkrt o the St. Jt.hu: nud tk-volnjj the St. letel cured and Lis ever since ci'joyed Addrcn crlcri f jr Tbkeis, or CorU5cit of fur a UJy. In quarto func, Line and -L existing under the firm, name cud style of ton, Esq Solicitor for *ai 1 Complainant, it u ordered est manner, or dyed any color that may be required. I I
j gilt: bi d'.ag: with colored plates. DCNLOP 4 WILLIAM?, has this day been dissolved do and Ladies' Bonnets, blanched, dyed aad 0
Wa t itieal Maters. Thrre pive u? 40As P.ages of TicLtts, either t.iAM'L that said Defendant, appear answer 0Gentlemen'
lie best of health. PRESEVT BOOKS Two aatfnl; L. 1L Dunlop foiling to comply with his pressed in the most fashionable style
Roi Canal uf the sW.t i CO, AtlitU, Ga. LARGE by to said Bill of Complaist on or before the
i or to e<>ute une nun'crtasntlt -
S SWAN, Motu.nery, All. Urge octavo Prescni L'o-rich bi&i; and agreement.All first Monday iu November next, or a decree pro garment cleaned,dyed or renovated I
fiim-'m* nitt> Indiau Hirer the Good as a Xl er. or THOMAS ilciilLLAX, Agent, chuice' couteau. persons are hereby forewarned not to pay confeKO, will bo taken against them. And u is as may be required, in the same superior

fcidorn uuJ! thon leCc-cn-asc-d ncar- "Are you f.ir Fremont 1" a Ve 1 a dark party haj., aug3 or JacUonville, Flalloal SHIPPING ARTICLES.A any thing duo to the firm to LH.. Dunlop. nor farther ordered, that publication cf this order be style which ha* generally so much pleased hw patrons 0 1.

y v ia/: and a county t w loic Jiejlcccpfur As be tapped a k. n with a sa'.le, on the back, to deliver anything of value to said Dunlop which made in some newspaper published within the and friend*.
tend katicuitsit. I cannot With a gnule that sun spread to a vnig;er! nrf'y tf jau-e received per Steamer this is the property cf the firm, a* be is not authorized Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a-week, for four When parcel are sent by Railroad or Steaavi

ul i ritb eertaiitt about Xo. sir," he repliei I, "fur FiUnire I jp; Havana Loftcry. tb y, (WeduesJayCth ) to receive anything belonging to said flno. months consecutively previous to the said Sist i boat*, word should be sent him by letter tbjo.gtI .
: ; the lami
; on4e A little reCcet'uu has taught me to know 1 Said Dunlop is not authorized to use the firm Monday of November teit I the Potit-OEce,so that he may know where to ecU

epprr water* ol tae .St. Johns but on TUJ.I a waite taw 't as 5 ol as a ms er." INotice0 BALM OF A niuae in any manner whatever after this date. I Given at Chambers, this the eighteenth day of 1 for them. All orders from Jacksonville, TI., '

la&a nivrr I can. Where I suppofee thistoad am the only person authorized to manage or control June, A. D 1355.AHLLIAM. can be handed in to Mrs. Haziness, MiHener,

vuoid be ltca cd. the greatest qaanttTuw 'iIOUUI1b iEowcri. the business aforesaid. A. FORWARD, Adams street,third house west from Ocean street.

Lest lands on Indian JViver an\ at United States Marshal's Sale. TIlE Public are bcrsby notifi- ) July 12-2t. C W. WILLIAMS. Judge.I July 21-ly ALEXANDER GALLOWAY.

tfcasKtinie the C''>uimunicati<>n \vouljVmost | Execution issued out Jf tbuUuitc JL ed that a cbane ha-> taken p! of
central ami nearer ti, the etttleau. BY %
Tbc UTS 1. 1 'uoald tn'nV. vronMwrfmore District Fiurija, and to me rendered I hare in cooKuucnce of the demai.d fur Tickets having Cts1i Paid for appears SCARBOKOUGH, POST OrncE Dzr VKTXE.VT 0

benefit to us cummerciallr. levied upon, and w ill expose for ule at public! exceeded the quantity is=aed. To remedy of Prizes this, Jacksonville, Fla. Clerk Circuit Court C. I. County. Jane 12,1S3GL, .4. -j,

Uielje M to the M. Johns. Let each outcry tu the highest bidder, at Jacksonville. I>3vl La-ve the pnce Eaten of increased.'licketsand In future the amount, in the Ordinary ci Ey 5. S. MORE, Deputy Clark.June2S PROPOSALS for carrying the mails of tL 4
fw do iu Cuuutr. u> trout of ibe Court IIous on /.1i/\ COMMSSIONER OF DEEDS 193-4ui; from October I, 1536 to Jan
work ,
j Tt reap it* onU Lour uf flrsiog, thecai:ta.1 I'nzc will be l1tPjUUU, aaa
the usual
U 0.Utber r.ext, nt j jfitle
firt : .
1533 the route in the State
iv on following ef
svid the Sute her part in a'.sist-, the fallowing! dua>r>l>uU Laui, tLe property the pne of Tiuket* S'iO; the number of Ticket FOR THE STATES OF In Circuit Court eastern Circuit of Florida Florida, ,,in the manner herein specified, will be>

uly limls tr uiherwtse. to build the uf Joliu A Summer :it., to satisfy eaiJ Executiuu w.ll befriU Xo 1 to Nu. 1ii00ny. Therewill MAINE VIRGINIA. for Columbia County.I'illiam received at the Contract Office of tbe Poet OCra 1

iad. I Late not yet made the calcula-{ in fAVur of the PJAnier' Bink of FairSeld S. C be 22U full Prizes and 20 proxim-iliou S25S.OOO*, making will C. DREW.x MASSACHUSETTS, NORTH CAROLINA, U. Gillibn.1. Sidney S.' Department ia the city of Washington,until 5 p.m. .

< .tutitis bpyor.i a doubt if my plan viz: One Iluusa and Lot, conts'minj about 20 in all 219 Prizes, auiouutiL to advertumeut to ia ,uuotber as or ice. RHODE ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA, Ilowell, James Gilliland, and Jaa.H .,of the 1st September, 1555, to be decided oa
Acre more or !liu, tltuatcj at Ma notii, and b* seen by referring YORK ALABAMA, Nickols, the next
"iswpJei: *Le will nl- NEW day:
wiie thi rewanned from trading
acres subscriber takes opportunity hereby -
many The LL
bounded fo'.Iowa: : Kurtb Ly Et Johns Hirer column persons are MISSISSIPPI and sarviviugeopartnerg, Bill for Columbus Fort
as Merchants Shoal
A PENNSYLVANIA, 6337 From by Fanning,
1hIehocliI 6a\ /Ae all! can gtt. i JiLclunzirg thjiik Lu friends for tie.r liberal patronage,and fur a promifory Note of band, (given
and lia to
yuu South
Creek Evt Weitby under the cf ForeeksureOiV.iland.4
uud oms1I MARYLAND, LOUISIANA, using and trading name Town, Old Town, Clay Landing, AUen* 0 0
his I
merit wife
y luau he carried out. how soon X. .Ceuedict.E Lupc by prompt utUutiuu tci Lu4.ue tu acoutuu.ue by the iuldcnbtr to Henry 1)ceae (or of
to Vr D ap26 TEXAS. tf Howell i Co. J Otis, and Homosaftia, to Bay Port, and
wluit be before E. BLACKCCnX, U. S. Manhil.ET uf thv du not remeuiber) fur tbe um sum of ninety- lz I. Mortgageana 0
a lijrlit draught steamer about the r* ; back twice a month, in steamboat*.
totd-> lie rnam OEO.J. ZEliyBACEK, Dcputy.ugut lioN I0IrJGrEL or seven dollar?, and dated somciiuie G Thronton and Stephen Bidden win Ute the distance and .
); t. the Lead n at ere of l&v Allperi'ons Benjamin propose* 0
Charleston, August 2, Is5j.( lik>t of October ur rrt of November, FOP Sale M. Kolb and Partition '
St.JiJiBs and anotLer rin c-ur tWe. 9, 1630.--td will please tike notice, that I thall not E. Davis, Charles schedule which will make due eonnextion with 1
Juoeph A. Fanning j of the steamers between New Orleans .
plying *;
Untrue ,
we hate the by law, a*the con
AlUntic. but from said note unless compelled
] NOTICC. pay THE subscriber biting moved from Jack-yta, Merchants trading under the name J Lanls.of and Key West, Fla. ;
"tfafemeui vcssiU ore prevented from I TIlE Steamer CAROLINA sideration for which it was given hi failed. A. sonville, Fla., offers for sale a valuable IH Davis, Kolb A Fanning and Proposal for once-a-weok service are ab invited. \ i
na; ttttthdy to u*. and although we j ,__-*.r... the 2eth wit. will not return OFFICE F A. A t;. LhVlKAL OWEN House and Lot situated on the corner(Ocean t Hercules R. W. Andrew, 0
FLA. July 12 1S55. ( June 30 1350. (July 5-3m1
Little River, ,
uye drisen t laid for few the "MERCHANTS'HOTEL. in this cause, having tbi? 4
to 'J'l'1' that course. t\e oo her reguUr trips, bat will up a Monroe street, known as PIlE Complainant NOTE. o4
,old each rather confine our Wide toPuEttte. weeli, iu order to undergo oine repair. tug9tfPROCLAMATION. rpIIE Stockholders of the Florida, Atlantic 8'-_. LIVERY STABLE. ." Said property was constructed ezprewily JL day filed their Bill of Complaint,and it appearing Proposal*must be guarantied by two responsible .
Turtle J. Gulf Central Hail Uood are hereby notified ', for a Public. Home, contain twenty-two by the affidavit of William II. GilliUnd, persona, certified to a* such by a postmaster

I*tit exceptcd. This there that a nisth iiitta.lnicrt of five per cent upon IbcCuj subscribervill Uoom*, ten of which have fire plates, ha a good one of said complainants, that all of said Defendants oi-judge of a court of record; and contract atmstbe 4 \ 4
Iurncivnt keep coniitantlr
home consumption for. and ilal Stock of ,aid Company La been called in, f1fl well of water, beautiful young shade trees, and reside beyond the limit of this State, to wit: entered into by the successful bidder, with

must End a northern watkit. /fj U be paid on or before the fifteen of August uestUy _I_ on hand & supply of good HORSES all the necessary out-buildings, i ii situated in the tbe said Defendant Benjamin G. Thronton, at surety,before the 1st of October, 1336.No 0

at*u "w smmd! to market from 50,000 order cf the Board and BUGGIES to let Conveyance furnished to cent re of the pleasant and growing city of Jacksonville D-ahLutaga, ID the State of Georgia,the said Defendant pay will be made for trip not performed, I

)' Should a the urrapina be-, One Ilundred and Fifty Dollars Sec'y 1 Treasurer F A. A G. C R. R Co. single feed, day, rvcck or munch. By moderate Central Railroad. Joseph A. Fanning in tbe city of Augusta in tha explained three time* the pay of the trip may b*

4setled country %Hcpnbln.on and Alligator Advertiser please charges and personal attention he hope to gain a The above described property is in every respect State of Georgia, and the said Defendant Hercules deducted. For arrival so far behind tint a* to
by means of any Internal Howard.ATTIEBEAS eopy. July 12-td liberal tha e of patronage. Stable on Adauis-st., very desirable either for a Hotel or private K. W. Andrews ia the city of Baltimore in break connexion w.th depending mail, and not S 0

aprocwent. tie suit!, with the right frort urination baa been reeeived at in tho wept pa rt of the town. lie also has tot for residence for a largo family, and ia now under the State of Maryland. Therefore, on motion of sufficiently excused,one fourth the ewnpensatioa r.

srment. cultivate it, is fully competent \ > the Executive Department that William Sale. the accommodation of Wagoners and DroHvers.nov76ia rent at $100 per annum, and will be sold at a Felix Livinrton, Eaqr.. Solicitor for said Complainant for the trip u subject to forfeiture. Fine will b* I

"W*7 toK the expends of the road J. C. Roger*did, iu the County ofdaion1 on the Foi MEREDITH KARSON. bargain. *, it fa ordered, that said Defendants do appear imposed, unless the delinquency be promptly and c 0

dQI1.1Mymorv (-xrlu< of the 2GUi d.y of July, ult, commit a murder by hooting Enquire of Messrs. Hart ridge 4 Timanus,Jacksonville and answer to said UiU, on or actors me nrsi JIOD- atAsfactorily explained,for neglecting to take ta. :

tb. nr. jve product Mri. Emma IVogeru, bii wife; And wbereM, rpfl well known Plantation, For FhiladclphiaNew York&c, or of the subsbnber at Fernandina, Fla. day in November next, or a Decree pro-confcsso mail from or into a post office; for suffering to
poMibly my wish to have Tlie said WUL J. lUigen ha c faj>cd from the Jnue21-tf A COY. will be taken against them. And it b farther or be injured, destroyed, robbed, ov lost; 'and for
t7 ewatrj fully developed, mar lead roc the Sheriff uf time County aureuiJ, Jon the St John i.irer, called snip i aru, dered. that publication of this order be made in refusing, after demand,to convey the mail as free

'e sane ern.r I complained of our ctfeoy ol a fugitive from j notice; oootauibg four hundred and fty acres, more or Charleston and Savannah K3 Dental Notice. tssTvSBnyW.S.EOSTWICK some newspaper, pullbhed within the Eastern quently as the contractor runs, or u concerned in
at ,
sad i is now large, dwelling
U fine new respectful-cjgfS
debraf4 the there a would four month .
ftj/sen brubeervetl lev* On premises Circuit of Florida, once a week for *, running, vehicle on the route. The Postmanteo
being i led int that that the end justice may for
Xo r, tbercfvire, out building, a LINKS. and its vici
house with every necessary STEAMSHIP inform the citizens Jacksonville to the said first Monday
iug too E. Broome ly consecutively,previous General annul the contract for repeated fails
much i that I James may
; let that be *o, what Know ye The land are first rate hammock, S8rpJlE office in the Daguerian 0
that an
Li Florida by this, uy pu!>- large family. Cabin Passage 820 Steerage nity, ,having in November next. ares to run agreeably to contract, or for disobeyr 0
preo in the anticipation Governor of the State cleared about one hundred a.rea, the balance, street,trill attend to all branches this tf
Fornytb Chambers the eighteenth day
tht offer the Hew AUD ofAn first class Gallery, on Gives at lug the poet oniee laws or instruction) of tbe dc.
Iw proclamation, hereby hammock. For particulars apply to well known la the most approved and -I
80 mudl neglected by the the uncleared DENTISTRY, June, A. D. 1836.WILLIAM. partment. Tbe Postmaster General aba*
dollar for appreben- may
:Et Federa Government, and thers*, hundred aad fifty ejid his delirery, to the Sheriff B. HOI-KISS, Agent, -L Steamships, KEsTOXE STATE, Capt R.UinniE careful manner. A FORWARD, the schedule. He may aleo order an increa of .
*l*able to come forth and develop lion of aid Cogeri, July 12th. 1856-tf. J-x-luint.ine. FU.Administrator's ; STATE Oi GEORGIA, CapL J. J. \y; Nerves of aching teeth destroyed without Judge.I service by allowing thereof. pro rota increase oa :t

hiij11; nature thows huve of Marion County.said Win.J.C. Roger if a FbyM- Sale.X GAUMS, will hereafter form a WEEKLY LINE pain dec2-2m hereby certify, that the above i* a true copy the contract pay. He may alas curtail or discontinue -
lh we not only HEM Tbe 33 and 40 of to PHILADELPHIA, sailing EVERY SATURDAY of the orign.vl order, filed ia my once, as appears the service in whole or in part, at fro rat* 0
L but aU the necessaries of ) ian by profeMion, between yean will alternately from SAVANNAH and CENTREL STAGE the file of this Court.S. decrease of month's extra
2 3 indies high aaj wcigtu about the first ilwid y in Augt.,4 unit, I from pay, allowing one compensation'on -
much cost and very little ape, u 0 feet or &ar- O oflerfursalettthe C'urthtoiie door at 12 CHARLESTON, as follow : SCARBOROUGH, the amount of service dispensed with ._

t1aLlt, I sabscnbe myself, 171) )lLm; bee light hair &ndeyessndaLow cheek the mark of o'clock A. M. all the biu-<. belonging to the The KEVOTOSE SLATE will tail from SAY AN LINE. Clerk Circuit Court Col.County.By Bids should-be addressed to the "Second AMI*.
his left are ,
CrmtK row forehead; oo with knife. of Peter Puns, deceased, citu ted in Nassau NAil the following Saturdays; July 19th, August ALLIGATOR via NEWNANSVILLE, S. S MORE, Deputy Clerk. taut Postmaster General," aperscribed "..Prou.adsor 4
or EacvAtp inflicted a Estate '
COCXTT.wv twa mall wound whereof, 1 hare hereunto and SL John Counties, fr the benefit of the 2d and 16th, September 6th and 20tb. L av- FROM and FLEMINGTON to OCA- Jure 23, 1356-4m._ AVe.6357,.Fhurida." _,

C.llilabIa: In tedlmotiy hand and caused to be affixed heirs and creditor of said demeaned 13 y order. Log Philadelphia the alternate Saturday's.The LA, semi-weekly, carrying the United State. N Oil CE. For further particulars see pamphlet advertise. il
County. set my eal of the SUM of Florida Dune JOHN M. POS, STATK or GEOROIA will sail fromCHARLESTON Mail, atxl connecting with TALLAHASSEE Eastern Circuit of Florida-Uural Co. meat for carrying the mail in Virginia, North

t rocciTed the procoedinss of an the in the City of Tallaha [| Administrator Eat Peter Pona, deceased.Jacksonville. the following Saturday : July and JACKSONVILLE STAGES at ALLIGATOR CATBAHISE A.SADLXB, ) Carolina, South Oaroliaa, Georgia, asJ Florida,
hltrtsting [SEAL] at Ue Capitol, 9th 23rd and 30th, September and PALATA STAGES 12 1833.
meeting of the Democracy of .ee, thii Monday the 4th day cf August, Jane 15th. 1S56-&L_ 12th and 26th, August Philadelphia the ,and with TAMPA r*. >In Chancery.H dated January ,
13tb and Leaving at OCALA. McIsvo5iI ) JAMES? CAMPBELL.;
Th, nVUich will Ppearnext wwk. A. D. 18j$. BROOMS.Gorernor Notice alternate Satarday 0 The owner announce that they are rnnning. J. HE Bill of Complaint x having been filed in June 2I-4w Postmaster GeneraL
Garrett JAMES E.
t bay YanZant. Ur. Samuel Flonda. In strength, speed and accommodations,these and will continue to run,comfortable Stage on Or this cause, audit appearing upon doe proof
of A
I'e Win. U. T. Roberta, Esq., 'T'lIIHTY days after the pnblication of this ihipa are fully equal tu any rnnning on the coast. thi* line tor the accommodation of Passengers. that aid Defendant ia a minor mad a resident of For Sale or Hire.A .
dLmtiuated fur the Leris1ature. It By tbe Goreroor. Atte.t:- X Dotire, I abut apply to the Hon. %V. A. For Inland navignatioo, 100 miles on Delaware River WRIGHT CATUEY France-It is ordered by the Court that notice of
IItstroDtiCkCt f. VILLEPIGCE, Land Warrant No. 5.097 at good Wagon and a small bat genU, and 0 4
pall at
ward fur leave to and two night sea. Agent in
Bay be some
and ; the institution of this suit published
e predict with enliii OSL&te.LAWTON brisk of Males .
gavreUry pair a and
minor. ; gentlBaggy
9-2t SCARBOROUGH, young
Aug. of John C. llayne, a L.
tObdec0 the property Falls.the Lakes aod Canada tn said Circuit for the space ofsitty
.e ii triumphant fUCCCM. MAKIA SOUBRAT. For Niagara at Newnanivitle. newspaper Hone) and a secondhand Boggy. AIs,
PaLind that the *igns arc brigh & ALEXANDER.Of 12th, lS5C-5t Juardian.NOTICG. SHORTEST AND CHEAPEST ROUTE. Agent JOHN LEA day*-and G.Cooper Gibb having all been duly interested appointed for hire two trusty Boys, one a Carpenter," Iha
July ad litem
Of1i Ol CotuznbIa, and that the gi um ( tb* late Finnof W. S.LAWTOM A Co) These lines both connect at Philadelphia with ept. 15 Agent at Ocala. hereby Guardian required to-appear persons,plead and answer other handy at any work. Also for Sate,at awdersie -. I
lLungcter the Great North Western Railroad. Route thro'to are prices, to actual ttUUrt* (but not to *J> CK-V
IYevI&cL the Democratic party Sea Island and Upland Cotton months after date application will be made Niagara Fell or Buffalo la 16 hour from Lanier Mills at $60,00. the wid Bill of Complaint within the sixty will days betaken mien',) some 20 or 40 desirable b.uiliSng|Lvt* m, 0
ttt ? begining to break before SIX uf Probate of I>uv l next ensuing the date hereof, or same ef the
IVUttiin the lion the Judge Philadelphia. Through-) ticket, with t the privilege undersigned have a lot of the above Mill the western suburb* city.Appiy .
$Witnent of and Rice gnat discharge a* Adminutratrix of Philadelphia intermediate milE as confessed.WILLIAM at Mr.CORKS Cottage I
141 County, for a stopping at JL on hand, which they will jwll at the above FORWARD..
for awhile slumnbere in the the Estate of William S. Donaldson, bite uf paid points, for sal* by the f &:* ta Savannah* and low price, for CASh The mill will grind from Judge of said Court. Opposite Mr. \fmJacksonville. ,SeiwIth' J

h1thebubIe Democracy uTCoIamfriends.in county, deceased. Charleston. Fare to Niagara or Buffalo, *,8; tu bushel day driven by steam power, June 21 1-'m. -
? Forwarding and Cotnmiasion Merchants, DONALDSON 75 to 60 per J P. SANDERSON, Solicitor. 0
lOPidia 4 Journal. EMILY Elmira, $26; to Canandaigua,$27. 40 50 bushel driven by horse power, 0
and from to 17. 1336. 21-3o Fraser &
Adiuintstratrii.NUTICI2. t MARTIN. Jane ___ Thompson
--- ----- Xo. 1 EXCHANGE STREET, July 5, 18564m Agent at UhiUpelphia, HERON properly pat op, and a* there U one pal up inUM -

YhysIt, And South, Atlantic IWiarf.CIIABLCSTOX AgentatS&vannah..C.A, OREL"IEII.AgeutsatCharlastoc..T.8.ST.. G.BUDD.. chop,any person wishing h> pnrebate, may be Wotic.L LVTORiANI.: .

*ucTthbiortbem 8. C.TTM. weeks after date .ppUcation wilt U made convinced of the fact. Apply .n to COMMISSION MERCHANTS

1'tpetraitk! to 'OtE. Wb7 Statea it neroei there- 6. LA\VTO (, | TUOS.ALEXAKDEE, SEX,, U* Hou.the of Judge AdminUtration of Probate on of tbe Dora La- ISTotice. July 19.0 '56-tt LW.111005.LCO Jacksonville, E.,Fla.J. H. DUNLoP hereby notifies the Public Acl:&. Kurtk Wharf j -- 0

: this o Aoguit 92mTVTOIICE County, for Letter Is hereby given that application wijl thai the Partnership of DUNLOP A Cbarlestca5LC. 0
; 20 Telate the Nothing Ut. of Henry lindsay. deceased.JAMES LATIMER. NOTICE to the Legislature of the State of holmes WILLIAMS, or the affairs of laid firm properly nu'z .Ywxa. \ r&s iezjeog

I Like the hit.qne fl&n oftuffrkpe 7 Would Notice. July 6, lS5C- ir Florid, at iu text fession Charleston for Charter Steam for Packet the ZOO Wail Strttt, If. T.tTTILL lettled-and .any person paying outstandIng Fans at Reduced Price .

tinit tb. th Igi- 1 U hereby given that application wU! Notice. Florid. Savannah and July 19. 1S56. pay partwnlar attention teaches o/VelV claim or deliver C. W. up Williams cay property will be belonging t to tpacoooat rpDE Subscriber has low on hand a beautiful
e a 1.\ uuul t* tUe Legulatur of the State of that arplioalon will Company._ \ low Pine LumberLire Oak, and the firm to nqoir JL CZYUhIOeaW IAN3 wtic fe 0
be hr. pveu h
i by
4 IdQpthd thti who bap- LAND IVAKHANTS.rnHE TIMBER xi PRODUCE and to said L. H.Dunlop, for the sane,as ttaL. variety *
to iMuraac Company with Banking NOTICE of the State of other SOUTHERN ,
for Prices
Len Florida wi the LegUUture at Reduced
to seRmz
; in Irlnd will for of said&
7 C, UNDERSIGNED pay.CA.Sfl senior mnugut
*ngaer this any rlere*, at JacknmU be called the Florida, at Its dt, eakio for a Charter for a to order for putdusio; 101 H. IIIOP. )InyI7th5 IS5 GEO.JLlSa ;
body Dare any ;;&ctio.vin. lDaraac afil Bsakiai Company.1S36 Bank at JacavoariQe to be called the Bank of the .L, LAND ,n. x 7-tf ? 0 1 1a
iorw lSS6.
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C flCMOCTItPITFOflX1N FULL J pansion this of the energies and capacity of A MARVELLOUS- REMEDY.- THE &
great and progressive people. '
tlTF Jcngth the"P1atfirm'adopt- The the FOR A MARVELLOUS AGE I j : 4IAEy s.
\it following @ffiCt Co -

., k: ;, ,ftutioDS d 1 iCilnnaU or the BaJtlmore Convention.'CoTentIo 7h
b wLizreflirmed braska question and the foreign policy of The proprietor Iuta
I areas folo s: : ;
.4 the .. COUNTING ALMANAC Samniis' 'Block Bay-st.J'1 Northern gentleman and 11Iforts
Jlesolrtd That the,American Democracy government.And' HOUSE No. 3 ,. Table! and the House: < ? J

place tier trust in the intelligence, 'the Whereas, Since tho foregoing declaration 1856. Jacksonville :Florida* these inducements, together

4 juttriotietp.anj the discriminating justice was uniformly adopted by our predecessors to please their patrow -j JB IId'!?" ""W2
tif thejCAnirri&m people. in National Conventions an adverse A : li-l visit Aiken th1spriug. T&.tllMllp"lICtot*
i Kesolretl en l/ I. K well known for its $ 2t
regard this a distinct political and'religious test has been m t.o en .p P r ,, A
a n '1 r = hi f = I New
it : ire I" : Spring would be useless to corommi.Tr"Taw*.
fetur our creed which we are secretly organized by_a party claiming to u j 11f:56. = f > i 3. ILLIARD TABLIV. tba

11 proud to maintain before the wort as a be exclusively Americn and it is proper 185a. 51 s f.t 3 ILOONS near the Botch

f great-moral element in a form government that the .Americn Democracy should clear. IIo11oivay' Ointment. hAVING made rrz. .L i L E. L L r i ,i. Wears nowpre- AND saddle Ilomees can be pran. c-JMJ
4 -= = = ,
sm-lnging from and upheld by> a ly define its relations thereto: therefore, JA.'f'T.! l 3 4 5 JrLT 1 2 3,4.5 dculty.Ucrdjaitt. &. 1
a nUr will ; and wo contrast it with pp fiesolrcd-. That the foundation of this' : utelUi arrano6. 7 8 9 10 11 121 I, 6 7 8 9 ,, 12 parcJoexeente. at SummerGoods

.. creed and prcic of Federalism, under union of States having been laid in its THE GRAND EXTERNAL. REMEDY. 13 1-1 I 13 16 17 IS 19; 13 14 15 16 nile 19 '

whatever or form, which eeks to prosperity, expansion and pre-eminent example I E j tbe 'aid rf a mitcmscop *, we no milo. o inentsfortbeexeeu. 2C 2283g3o3j.J 21 2 2JIZ4 23 26 .'27f282t3O3l--2Q 24 the shortest DcUee, } d

paLsy the :vote-of the in free little openings on Ibo surface of ..
J 4 c constituent and government, built upon entire sr-csCRImms Just received gen-
tionofovorydescrip- FU'T. - I 2 ArG'T. I 2 JACKSONVILLE
which conceives no imposture too monstrous frdol in matters of rlgious concern, kin Through these this Ointment, when rubbed o the 3 4 5 617 S t'; -f-- 5 6( 7 8 9 Alllind. or THE assortment of DRY GOODS, anheir itA
it 3j4
I : for he popular credulity. and no respect of persons regard to carried to any organ or inward part Des- liODOr 1011 12 1516, 10-11 1213 14 15,16 store, which FOR CASH, they will sell as cheap THIS HOTEL is now open for a.

S Resolved: therefore! That entertaining rank or place of birth, no party can justly cwcs of the of tbo Kidneys heart,, Inflammation diwrdora of the of Liver tho LongsAgtomAft affections 17 18 19 13,14,' 2'l zt 17J18, 1920,21, 22123 l-amnJllets- as any other House in the country. They and have: he has the ability. The sodhis untlenign, sa.tt't"that ::: '

these views the democratic bo ] Job Printill" 2-125 26 21 28 29 _I 24 25 26 2728' 29 30 adopted the principle of"Small Profit quick pota1iQ to
party of the deemed national, constitutional, or in Cngh1 1.1 Cold are by its mean effectually b, bn.n - ;311_ I_ Law Blanks, Return." and invite the attention of the Public patrons the very best sci ?? "
Cnior. through their delegates aFMimblcJ accordance with American principles which cuI. kanrs that salt 2 :1 4 5 Ii 7 I'.' Sn'T" I 2 3)4) 5 6 to an examination: of t&cir: Stock before purchasing will guarantee to the trSTellin*pkfiT ? lit
t Ageneralconvention of the States, convening bases its exclusive. organization upon religious pocscg! freely through bone or meat of any thick TheaUentlorooflhose 91011 1213 14 151 7j s 9 1011 12 13 uslnessCardl elsewhere. In it will be found the following,with patrooizebis H.we, the beat f lrtthateaa.'" **1nwhed

tc'thcr, in a spirit of concord of opinions and accidental birth place. 'D(! This healing Ointment far more readily 16 17 IS 19 20 21 221 U 15 16 17118 19 20 many other articles too numerous to mention 2DRV in th.cfty. The Merchants "*
bone of the f
through or fleshy .
deaion the dotrines and 1 'laitli of a _That we reiterate with renewed energy living penetrates body, curing any the most dangerous part$ inward wishing Printing 23,2-1, 25 25 291 2122! 232412:1 26 27 VisIting Cards, GOODS. open he hopes under by his strict management and WBtrJu!! N

wee representative government, and appealing -j of purpose the well considered declarationsof complaint, that cannot be reached by other means.ERYSIPELAS. dono is particularly _30-31 26r7 -I r 25129; 30 -,- -: Print, Ginghams; rate charges,to merit attention a liberal to hllsme.1IId, fTWIBBOzSSf**-

; ; to their fellow citizens for the rec- t former (conventions upon the sectional SAIL RHEUM! &SCOR Arnu. 6 -7 S: 11'121 4 S.'On'n.' -1-1- II 2 3 4 Circu tars, Jackonets Grenadines, patronage .U) *

titude of their intentions. renew and reassert -I i iSluc of domestic slavery and concerning IJTl HUMORS.Xo invited to thiaofliee. 13 14 15 IGII1 18/191 15'16' n/tE'/i hand Bills Florence Silk. Illusion, feb 9-tf ,
/ Partita
'. before the American people the declarations the reserved rights of the States; and that remedy hn ever done so much for tbo cure 202l2223242526' 1920'21122123' 2,1'25 Lawns, Muslims, ,

"t : of principles avowed by them, we may more distinctly meet tho issue on of diene.of the Skin, whatever form they may Terms InnnliLly ..o'. 28'..JOJ'>0 -I I ".'6'21 28/91"0'31/ Show flhlli Cravats. Hosiery, ittcujnolin

: ::. xvhcn,on former occasions, in general' convention which ,I sectional party, subsisting exclusively assume, 11 this Ointment. No cacs of Sal KhouinScnrvy 3IJ.T_. .i J 2 3 ,NQv'n. -}- I Grass Skirts 0naburgns, ; jOUSt
CASlI.-t.r ;
_: they presented their candidates on agitation now relies to Sore Heads! Scrofula, o ry.iltn', ran iir 6 7 S/ 9 10 2 3 4 5 61 7 8 Plaids
slavery Ticking
Bills ofLading ST.
lung withstand its influence. The 11121314 13 16 17 15 AUGUSTINE. I:. r
his 9,10, 111213,14
.1 for the. popular suffrages.P test the fidelity of the people, North and travelled over innny parts of tho globe, visiting Orders from the 18 19 20 21! 22 23 24 ..16:11 18 1920 'll 22 Mosquito Nets, Ribbons Braids i establishment

'; )P That the federal government is one of South, to the Constitution and the Union. the principal l hospitals, dipc(hi>ing this Ointment 23 26 27 23 29 30 31 2324 25 26'2i' 2S'29 BIlls of Farc, Whale Bone, Hooks I1hl E"e, This has heel

; literal powers, derived solely from the Kesolced, That claiming fellowship with giving advico a* ta its application, and has thus Co u n tr J" will be JrYE. I 2 3 4 5 61! 7 .10-: _I Checks. Linens, renovated during tbe IIt_

") Constitution, and the grants of power and desiring the co-operation of all who been the means of restoring countless numbers to 8 9 10 II 12 liJ4: Drt'n I 2 3 4 6 6 Labels, Rarcpes, I Gro De Rine Silks, mer-painted for throughout cleaned Ac.and i_.

made therein ought to be construed regard the preservation of the Union under health. promptlyexecutei. l5 .16 11 ,1 19 19 2O2l' I 71 8 9 10.11. 12 13 (Cambrit.DeLaines. Bobtneta ready'
I'I ; ke., kc.
by all the the constitution the issue / TRAXSIny
departments agents as paramount Jos.F.ROOERO 26127j.81 j14I 23 242526j27! j Crape,
(If the government; and that it is inexpedient and repudiating all sectional parties and &ULCERS. :29130! -- :: -- /2ft 30 31.Leig'hou .- Spool Cotton, (Cords. Fur the future BOARDERS Mrs. Tbomtwon.ic. ._

i. ,and dangerous to exercise doubtful platforms concerning domestic slaver}', Some of tho most scientific surgeons now roly 4 Brown Sheeting, t Bleached Sheeting sing a- I.J. ,
every qualification,and the
solely on the use of this wonderful Ointment, w-ben RdYall&apo
constitutional I which seek embroil -
.i\ the States and incite
poweis. t Stripes Drills experience, will have the
having to with the worst cases of sores, wound f luperi leDdaace.
cope bi
.i. 2. That the constitution does} not confcr to treason armed resistance to law in ulcers,glandular swellivgs,and tumors. Professor Staving. (I Webbing, subscriber solicit a continuance of past r.,,n.

..: I.., upon the general governrjcnt the power to the 'Territories and whose avowed purposes Hollowny has, by command of the Allied Governments Edging Insert [ Men' Shirts, aor the present management,every exertion t'Q
'. commence and carry on : general system if consummated must end in civil war ,dispatched to the hospitals of the East,large the assistance tbe present hosts**,will be .
: .. of Internal improvements.. and disunion, tho American democracy recognize shipments of Ibis Oiulment to bo used under tbo Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, tie., &c. to give i general satisfaction. The boose u&wv

0; 1. 3.; That the constitution does not confer and adopt the principles contained direction of the Staf in tho worst cases BOOTS AND SHOES bty aituate.r.llJe
: in of wounds. It will curo any ,glandular weI. Ladies' Black Silk Rooms Airy. Clean awl Neatn ,, Well
?i', authority upon the federal government, the organic laws establishing the 'erritl Congress Uaiters.
ling, stiffness or contraction of tbo joints, even of furnished handsomely. "
directly or indirect ', to assume the debts ris of Kansas'and Nebraska, ns embo- 20 Colored Tics. Nothing
,.'. of the several States., contracted for localinternal dung the only 1 sound and safe solution of years standing.TILLS AND FISTULAS.These ; :: & Russell {; Fine. English Kid Slippers Being entirely built wanting of wood which,
t; rtndera it ,
: other State the which the French
improvements, 01 purposes slavery question upon great and other similar distressing complaint from diimpneM. The rooms connected by r ,
\ '., ; nor would such assumption be just national i idea of the people ot this whole can bo effectually cured if the Ointment be wet SASH \ "Goat Buskins Doors, with Fireplaces and blind to wimlni*<{

A l.' on expedient.TM country can repose in its determined conservatism rubbed in over tho parts effected, and by other] BLIND "Ki.l U opening through tn the Piazza, and affords i fc.

,'t; 4. That justice and sound policy forbid of the Union; non-intcrfercncc wise following the printed directions around each L LAND Kid Ties. lightful' promeuade of 300 feet, and'protect*&

p tlio federal government to foster one branch .I by Congress with slavery in States and pot. Enameled Boots, house from rain, cold wind, de., and fornui.

"I of industry to the detriment of any other I Territories; that this was the basis of the Uotk tceiltmcnl and Pills should be DOOR Misses' Parodi Boots, 0 ot lightful the RETREAT The(House rosa confinement at all MM*

p .', or to cherish the interests of one portion compromises of 1850. con finned by both D ( il tie folowing cases: ItIANUFACTURERS Boys Shoes, position ye.tr.filing the South is and situated retired in from a CtDb1J

., t the injury of another portion of our the democratic and whig parties in nationA Burns unions Sore Urcastj Men's Fine Boot, bouses. It contains 45 room, nod eonvfaitac M&I

,' common country)that every citizen and I conventions, ratified by the people Chapped Hands Fore Heads THE subscribers beg leave respectfully to inform the citizens of u Shoes, in general, and tor accommodation eoonot U iV.

: .every section of country has a right tot election of 1851, and rightly applied to the Chilblains Sore Throats and surrounding country, that they have a larg establishment in Kip Brogans: pa."ell.

:. demand and insist upon an equality of I organizatio'i of territories in IfcoJj; that b}' Fistulas Sore of all kinds with every facility that surb an establishment: can profitably/ work for the uiiinnfactur Charleston of S.C. Slippers make P. s.-known My object in advertising th*abort,bto

rights and privilege, and I complete,and the uniform application of this democratic Gout sprains Enameled: and Fancy Shoes future will to my friend.* that this Hoiie,totb
give satisfaction
f of and principle to the organization of territoriesand Lunbag Scalds Sashes Blinds and Door Cloth as reprcsentsJs tM
ample protection persons property Eruptions Swelled Glands tipped Gaiters. charge will be made. I solicit m trial.
: from domestic. violence and foreign aggression. the admission of new States, with or Piles. Stiff Joints lasting Congress Gaiters, B. L CAWL
domestic slavery they ofewery size an.1 nn de."ripltons, \rotLDIxnS of at the u w St. Augustine
without : as may Rheumatism Ulcers any pattern shortest notice. Lether tipped Dec. l-3m
A A elect the of all 1 the State will guarantee their work t. bo worth one hundred cent. for dur '
equal rights Salt Rheum per moro Youth
i> mans inc uuiy ui every urancl Ult Venereal Sore ability, than the Northern made work sold in this market. Price Brogans. NEW HOTEL.IAESUAL .
J and be intact the Skin Diseases Wounds of all kinds current lists of our work oan beMarch "
the Government to enforce practice preserved original compactsf seen on board the Steamer Carolina. Give( us a trial call Brains.

I Ilia most rigid economy i in conducting our the constitutions maintained inviolate, %* Sold at the Manufactories< of Professor Hot. 29 Childrcns' Shoes, a large Stock, &0. &e.,
LOW A 1", 60 Maiden Lane, Nc\v York, and ----- HOUSE
24 iStrand -
: public aflaiis, and that, no more revenue and the perpetuation and expansion: of this HATS AND

: 4. ought to Le raisod than is required to defray Union ensued to its utmost capacity of and Dealers, London of,Medicines In.1 by all throughout respestable Druggist WATCHES"\ JEWELRY' SILVER ,V ARE good assortment comprising CAPS.A of MENS'. LEGHORN SAVAXXAII, CK).. ,

.:' '. the necessary expenses of the Government embracing, in peace and harmony every / States, and the civilized world,in Pots, at 25 tnited cents. PANAJIA, STRAW PALM LEAF, rHIS HOUSE has been enlarged and impro,4
; ;'" and for gradual but certain extinction futuremetcan State that may be constituted G2I-- cents, and $1 each. WOOl., and FELT HATS together with Children largo and airy single an-lsnitaof i
0.4'. I There is ANDGEORGjFLAGG Hat and Bloomers.SADDLERY.. U-l will be kept as a first class Hotel in all
of the public debt. I' annexed with a republican form J v- a considerable ":saving l.y taking rw3cts -
> except prices.
6. That Congress ha4 no power to charter o f government.. tbclarges sizes. .

a National Bank; that we believe such I That we recognize the right N It. Directions for. the guidance: of patients in Fancy GoodSo0 A well selected stock, suitable for the demand March 22-3t RALPH MELDRIJf.
; Jeolrec every are affixed to each Pot. of the market
an institution one of deadly hostility to I of people of all the Territories, including I
the best interest of our country dangei, i Kansas HARDWARE. THEIIYPMT
and Nebraska i.AOU
.r" : rous to our republican institutions and the i the fairly expressed will of the majority: of MILLS, SCREW FILES, POWDER lUff ThifE.

)liberties of the people, and calculated to ,j actual residents; and whenever the number pay seventy-five (75)) sent SHOT, LED, DRAWING KNIVES I
f place the business of the countrttbil j | of their inhabitants justifies it, to forma WE wi board, or one dollar per day per without Jacksonvi11o Ea.st F1oric1.a. KNIVES FORKS and CARVERS I TS JL now open for Invalid.the accommodation of Ttarellcn,
-;;4 : tJie control a : ', constitution with or without domestic board, for laborers. to woikon the FLORIDA WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place anti surrounding that BRUSHES,SPOONS.CIIAINS, the comforts that this country,who ftfTurd will **.!lhb The Talk eel
and-above the Jaws and will of the poo'pie and admitted into the Union ATLANTIC and country, ROPE, TACKS BOLTS will Le
UUU'CEXTr.U.IAILlOAD. he has furnished with the
s1'er. b Payment to bo again opened at his old stand, LOCKS, PERCUSSION cboieesihlicsei.otJ,,
and that the results of thirty
every season, whilst
; Demorat- equality with the unremitting attention will be
.. perfect CAP?. girn
days. Work commence on the lint day of TIMERS' BLOCK
in this and nil other finaneial t to that
ic please,
: legislation other States. March next. PLAINS, GOUGES, POCKET KNIVES, success) might crown Bay effort* i is
; .-, measures upon which issues have been A. J. MILLER 4 CO. with .1 large and well selected stock of SPRING BALANCESNAILS, future. JJgfCharjjes moderate.

,: made between the two political parties of I run ronEicx roucr OF THF.COVERXMEXT.Resolccd Office "Jacksonville, East }'lord..." A' H W ) ttWj ntbW' VA Et"TTS,1I00KS.t STAPLES SPADES, AXES, Bay-Port, Ilernando ISAAC Co.. GARRASON,
the ,have demonstrated to Janua'! 2, 13T G-tf j SPIRIT LEVELS, BUTCHER and!SHOE Proprietor.
country pract'l I finally That by the condition ANDCSOOIDSS I South Florida. 'decl-tfj)
: cal men of all parties their -! KNIVES COTTON CARDS, BELLOWS :
11 and utility in all business pursuits.! j' of the popular institutiensof theold woild 1)l{ SAM; OK HUNT.A FA.NCY HOOKS an-1 HINGES, tV Rare Chance is Ottered to a

ty j and the dangerous tendency of sectional COMMODIOUS and desirable house, plea to which the attention of the Public i is invited. Getting Goods direct from WINDOW STOPS AUGERS.
7. That the of the of my the
: separation moneys agitation, with the cantly situated on the Western part ojf the Manufacturers I SAWS, SQUARES,
: cmLincd to New York am prepared to o"er Blacksmith and
customers Whcelvrright."PI1E .
the Government from all banking institutions town, substantially built and well finished) in every both as RULES, CARPENTERS -
Is for the 'enforce c'i and religious disabilities I part, eleven well of regards style and price, that cannot be surpassed! in Charleston or Savannah.
: indispensable safety of the I It I containing rm", I good : SASH fuliacriber ofTors fir sale. and
1 against ijzhit of huahops
funds of the Government and the rights in i land the acquiring cti7t'lship "/ler in the yard and! all necc.'saryout Luihlu. Among my assortment may be found TOOLS CIIISELS,TAP EOREKS -L Lot 105 feet square, conveniency situated to
our own high and and suitable for private
of the people. I is devolved with responsibility: I fered for sale or rent D by the Hoarding year on reasonable, VAT lIES, GUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do., NAPKIN SWUM Ac., Ac.BUCKETS,AlsoWOODW.IE. BROOMS the depot and business generally Can be pur-
increaset chased with without [
8. That the liberal principles embodied RINGS, CHILDREN'S or hs.Loagottsnns
I upon the Dcmocr this I terms. FINE GOLD PATENT LEVERS, (fulljeweled,) SETT, Ac., Ac. 1'lI.SXJ.: HELVES, Ac.
country P. S. Ila on hand I Buggy I Cart
b'y Jefferson in the Declaraticn) ] of Independence the For further particulars apply at' thIs office. DETACHED Constantly en hand auJ made to order f BOOKS wagoe .
as : of the Union to uphold and reinsure AND STATIONERY.Blank : and 4 Pair wheeU complete, also! a lot of wagon
sanctioned in the Constitution Plt. Oct.otcr6-tf coin, aud warranted-
tft : : m right of very state; and LAPINES, Books, Fools Cap and Letter Paper.rencil?. and RajrTy spring ,also a quantity thready made
which makes ours the land ot liberty thereby the union of the States and &Olt S.U.I (with A without hnnticj csscss_) CUTLERY. \lifer*, Pen Scaling Wax. tvitlv u selection ot 1 work; suitiUo f>r Farmers aol Timber getters,
[ t,1 and the asylum of the oppressed of every and advance ; sustain ;:' A VALUAULE trat of Land on Amelia SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do.! School DOII>,. Standard 'Works and light reading. all of which can be bought very low, call ant jee.
nation, have ever cardinal principles among us constitutional :Istn,15, miles from the contemplated depot DETACHED: do. do. From the celebrated Manuf.ictory of Goo. Wostec- GROCERIES au-1 PROVISIONS.A May 24-tf JAS.A. FA1UIER _
ben libertj* by continuing tn resist all monopolies containing 730 good! "I.Al'IXES. do. do. helm & Son, consiting of
and low CuG planting
in the Democratic ; every attempt and exclusive l Ire: From which will Lo warranted I full assortment of Family Groceries, Hams
legislation for the benefit is on tbe premises small good I makers POCKET
it to abridge the privilege* of becoming citizens h hono a dwelling time _. KNIVES, SCISSORS SHEARS Bacon Pork, Lard, Beef, Tongue*,M.nkerel; Potatoes 3LYLER & KLINE
of the few, at the expense of the many- and out houses, D cotton Gin and Gin house, good keepers. 4.li RAZORS. Ac. Bean Flour ,
Bread, Cracker Ac.
and of soil ,
owners us ought all of which
among with tho
S together premises will be
and, by the vigilant adhearance to these JEWELRY.Confiscinjj IJirOItTLR AXD EHALEnS IX
; the which FANCY WINES AND .
resisted LIQUORS.Fine
same spirit GOODS
-: 801.reasonabe.
J b principles and the of the ,
,'. swept the alien and sedition laws from our compromises constitution tractson tho couth end of the of Such as CORALS, PORTE MONIES Old Brandy, New Whiskey, Eourlmnn FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
book. which are broad and strong Island, one of two hundred, and the other fifty GOLD GUARDS, FOB AND VEST CHAINS.CHATELAINS DIONS ACCOR Whisker, Rectified and Common Whiskey, Champagne -
statu'c ,
.. enough to embrace and uphold the Cniona' acres containing I Insurant growth of Live Oak. LOCKETS, BRACELETS, OTHER 1'I-mn.3IEIlY.EXTRACTS LUDINS' AND Madeira and Port Wines Schnapps, .c. WINES, BRANDIES,
9. That has under FANCY
Congress no power it was, and the Union it is-the Union Also, a tract containing one hundred and thirty PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS, SEALS, l'AJ IEIt- IAClIEE SOAPS, FANCY GOODS.
'. the constitution to interfere with or con- a DIAMON RINGS, Do.GOLD JEWEL CA- GINS& SEGARS
at res, adjoining tho Scaton tract tho tEG.-\RD
ns it bo in the full of on St.lary's SES
expansion ROSEWOOD Tooth ,
trot the domestic institutions of the sllal Kvcr. TIIIMDLES, SLEEVEAND WORK Perfumery Soaps, Nail anJ Hair Brushes -
several Apply to
the energies and of this BOXES, PORTABLE Dressing Comb, Ltx.king-GUjses Ac. letveen and
States, and that all each States are the capacities great JOHN M. TON*, COLLOR BUTTONS, WRITIFO No. 3, St.Mian Bryan streets

Bole and judges of everything progressive people. Jacksonville! May 12, lS35-tf Aent. STUDS, CUFF PINS, RETICULES DESKS COJI The above, which enumerates but comparatively We. of Market Square,
proper np- FANS
t Firt-t-Jtcsolced That the BROOCHES, EAR RINGS, S, few articles of our present Stock we offer to
.. pertaining to their own affairs; not prohibited question connected sit ISLAND COTTON GIXS. GOLD SPECTACLES., EYE GLASSES BRUSHES, THER attract the attention of the Public trusting that mhlm SAYAyyAlL UEOKGLl
by the constitution that all cflorts with the foreign ]policy of the country SUUSCRIHER takes this : : MOMETERS CHILDREN*' those who be induced
; I THE opportunity to PLAIN AND SETT RINGNS, may to call upon ujby it will, Fraser & Tftompson
I.: of the abolitionists or others made to induce is inferior to no domestic question inform the Planters of LONtt STAPLE CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS, Ac. TOYS, TEA BELLS, have no reason to regret the same. 1

Congress to interfere with questions whrl ver. The time ha come for the people COTTON that hn hm rebuilt his FACTORY, anis SILVER ''VAHE.tomen1 Together with. various other articles too numcroa j _April 26 BURTON & CKAVCS. FACTOCS AND
of the United States to declare themselves i now ready to fill orders in his line without delay COMMISSION MERCHANTS
t of slavery,or to incipient steps in relation at his. COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT N. B. CLOCKS, WATCHES Cosmopolitan Art Association
wUIII'rices. and
I'fI in favor of free seas and JEWELRY, Aiders North lVlsarf
thereto, arc calculated to lead to the rogrefsivcfree wanting GINS, Gins FORKS TA BLE DESSERT AND TEA iioroiigMy and ,
or POONS repaired
trade the world. I'Jr.te. repaired ex var anted, at the short !iSCflNl .
throughout ) VciRA Chartestos c.raD'K
I mot alarming and dangerous conr-equences, I Ant by tra Uoxcs and I'rnFbe.a, will apply to the following SUGAR SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do., est notice. |r TERMS CASH. [oct293ya RRANGEMENTS S. THOBTSM I IJt
t solemn manifestations for the Second rnasaa Mttt.
,1 to place tho subm-ribor Annual ColY T.
and that all such efforts have an ill'itaLleI Agent?, or at this place : -- --- .
diminish the of the influence by the tide of their successful AGENTS.. -'- --- / lection thirnow and popular Instntion
tendency to happiness ------ -- Jacksonville for the diffusion of Literature Holmes
the and example.Secind. I JUKUI-JU C.\ \(\A, Jacksonville, IlL ei Foundry ( A'o"tl oca.r'V' :ijTea and Art, have been ,
..t' people and endanger stability per S. I. NIDLACK. I made on the most extensive scalo.
; Alligator, Ha. b 100 Wa.1 Street, X. T."IT
$ t manency of the Union, and ought nut to -Resolced, That our eograp1-I JOHN I.. White Spring, )sPMACHINE ASP i I e Among the works already engaged, is the far- TILL particular attention to sales o I Yet*

$1 ,; .. be countenanced by any friend of our po cal and political position with retrenco tl i I). C. ACO SPEXCEI Ccntrevillage, (Fa. WOKS. !' Depository: i1'I famed ': VV low pay Tine Lumber. Uvc Oak, sail

Utict institutions. the other States of this no less THOMAS JI.U.1l: do. do. Subscribers made Removed to the New Store In Holmes GE OA CRCSIFIX," other SOUTHERN TIMDER and PRODUCE,sail

:" Resolccd, That the foregoing proposition -. than the interest of our commerce anil the COOPER & Savannah, Ceo.C1IAS. J.| valuable i improvements, having in their sxteasixo establishment and-'I Jtuhld1n;. opposite )r. Uald,10'. which originally cost Ten Thousand DJIarv. to order fur purchasing MErCHANDISE7 .
1 ,. H.CAMPFIELD, do. In forming tho new Collection the diffusion '
do. Office. of
I: ': covers and was intended to embrace development of our growing power, requires are now prepared to rllrni h- Jacksonville. !' 7-tf
Capt. U. U. BYTIIEWOOD: S. C. i is works of American Art, and the
I :>r V4 the whole subject of slavery agitation in that we hold to tie sacred principl..s SCOTT, DEDEAUX & neauf1rd.. Steam Kngliies, of any re'luiretlIJower. from "tJTIIERE\ weIlsclecteiIa.sortmentof kept constantly on hand a large and of American genius, have not been encouragement overlooked. COHEN

'. '. Congress, and therefore the democratic involved in the Monroe doctrine. Charleston S. C. 1 to 100 horses; DRUGS AND Commissions have been issued to nviny of the JACOB ,

., .' party of the Union, standing on this national bearing and, import admit of no misconstruction S L. lURNS, Saw Mills Suar11118; Always received by tho latest CHEMICALS arrivals,warranted moot distinguished American Art b. who will coa- Os BROAD STREET.

\ ', platform, will abide by and adhere and l sl0ul be applied with July 23-Gm St Marys: Geo. Horse;Powers; fresh itnd genuine. Also, tribute some of their finest productions. Among CILtItLE'TON, S. CAKOLINA4
Mi execution of the Perfumery, Combs, them are three Marble Busts executed by th.
t a faithful nets known. unbending ( Seeds I Seeds 11 Seeds 111 Grist Mills Brushes Soaps, !
the settled That the and all other used in this Lamps Iluriiln;'Fluid, &c., greatest living Sculpture,-Hiram Powers: uctieitttr
as compromise measures by 'fhirdl-Jtso/rcfl, great highway JUST received a choice supply of Garden machinery country. rohr
SoeW which
: -.. Congress the act for reclaiming fugitives as well as the assent of of the Last Crop, and warranted good.Deans Iron and lirass Castings.Steamboat will be sold low for ea h. GEORGE'WASUIXGTOY, ,

f: -, from sr'ic or labr included; which act the State most immediately interested in in variety, Itects do, Cabbage do, Carrot I; Saw Mill, and other repairing, t to.Country Physicians'orders solicited and punctually attended The Father of his Country;
i do, Cauliflower do, Celery, E. Corn in variety at short notk'O.ttr prescriptions put up with care and BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ANDffMIMIB11ff
i' kin designed out an expressprovision I i its maintenance has marked out for the despatch. ,
; carry Cucumbers do machinojy purchased from will bo The
4 Egg Plant Leek, Tomote in variety us Philosopher ; iIEffT
I of the const tut ion. cannot, with. I free communication between the Atlanticand Lettuce. in variety Mellons do, Onion Seedsdo put in operation in any part of tho State, by TEAS. DANIEL WEBSTER",

r t t ", fidelity therefore rpa1ed.or so changed the Pacific Oceans, constitutes one of Mustard Seeds, Okra, Parsoly, Parsnips, [Peas competent machinists, when desired and upon Teaof Agent direct for the New York Pckin Tea Company. The Statesman. lays AND SELLS OS COKXIBSSOX.
to or '. the most important achievements to in variety, Radish d-, Pepper, in reasonable terms. importation, and of 34 varieties,from A has !
4 ; \ 0 ., a destroy < L Spinach, Squash A 1-4 to 1 Ib. in special agent visited Europe and made careful Lands Stocks Bonds
Resolved, That tho democratic partyTvill realized by the spirit of moderation, in variety. Turnips do, Arouientic and Sweet Herbs Drawings and Estimates farnismed, without extremely low prices.gJCountryIealersupphIed a package. all warranted and at and judicious selections of foreign works of.\rt. Negroes, ,

," resist all attempts at renewing in Congress uncon'ucrabll energy of our people, and do, Flowor Seeds do, charge. MOONEY A GOOKIN both in Bronze and Marble; Statuary and Choice &c., &c., &c.
J July 8tf Founders and Machinists. by order-
U At Apothecary Hall, Paintings.The .
or out of it, the agitation of the! remit should be secured by a timely Much: 22-3t ., Fl lug accompanied with Cash. whole S"".' Liberal advances niad oa Prernty.Oct.
slavery question, under wbatctcr shape or and efficient exertion of the control which Jnkson'i Salamander Lightning GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS PLANTS Ac, of Paintings forming and largo and to qaluablo collection 27, 1836-Iy
Statuary be
/L I., .". color the attempt may be made. we have a right to claim over it. And no XOTIC13 TO CONTRACTORS.: CON 1)UCTOItS. 8-tf also always kept on hand. rues among the members of tho Association for

I' -, ,:. Revolted, "batho proceeds of the pub power on earth should bo suffered to impede OFFICE OF STATE ENGINEER, These are the only Permanently Safe July T. MCMILLAN. the Second Year. R. Q.PINCKNEY, JRV

) \ lic; lands: ought to sacredly or clog its progress by any interference BCKXA VISTA ORANGE MILL POST Or.ricc, LIGHTENING RODS Georgia military Institute, Terms Membership. [LATE TCNSO, PINCKXET A cojF
r, .}t t the national objects specified in the with relations it may suit our policy St. Johns River, Fla, August 2t), 1633. yet invented. The payment of three dollars constitutes any

.. and Ahat we are consttution any to establish with the of the SEALED PROPOSALS wibo received at this TIlE insulation is perfect, and not subject to one a member this Association, and entitIes him A C T O RCOMMISSION'MERCHANT

0 the distribution opps j States within whose dominion government until the 20th ( August 185G, forconstructing impair as in tho case of those of ordinary const ruc- to either one of tho following Magazines for one
I'. :\ t Jw proceeds it lien; and a Canal (with its struction. Tho article speaks for itself, and those MARiETTA year, and also a ticket in the distribution of the I
nOOar GEO.
I. :"'t among the States, as alike inexpedient it] we can, under no circumstances, surrenderour I ges, such os Lift Locks. Guard appnd&) interested in the Focur'ty of their houses, will ga- Statuary and Paintings.The .

S. policy and repugnant to the constitution: preponderance: in the adjustment of all from Lake Harnoy, on the St. Johns River, to Indian tisfy themselves by culling on Mr. A. \1. REED, THE Academic year is divided Literature issued to subscribers consists of North Commercial Wharf

- -a I t Resolred That wo are decidedly opposdto questions arising out of it. i. River a distance of thirteen miles,3,410feet of Jabksonville Fla., or Mr. WALTER KIPP, two sessions of five months each. The .. the following Monthly Magazines Harper's", PetDam's j jan 23 Charleston, S.C.Whilden. -S

: taking (rom the President the Fourthly) -Resolced, That in view of so authorized by the General Assembly of our solo Agent for the erection of these rods in I Tenth Session commences on the 20th of February Nickerbockor Bl&ckwaadV, wham's.,

qualified Veto power by which he is cna- commanding: in interest the people of the' of Florida, at its session of 1 634-53, by an Act East Florida. next, and ends on the 19th of July. Godoy's Lady's Book, Household Words. Joseph ,
United States "entitled an Act to provide for and encourage a DWYER & AUGIIINBAUGIT.J27CAUTION The Cadets aro divided into four College Clas Persons taking five memberships are entitled to
bled, under restrictions and respontibili- cannot but sympathise with liberal system of Internal Improvement in this -No ono is authorized to use ses. Tho Annual Commencement takes any five of the Magazines for one and to dealer in
tie amply sufficient to gar the public the efforts which are being, made by the State." our patterns in East }'Ioridbut our above named Wednesday before/ the 20th of July. place (n six tickets in the distribution. year Paints Oil and GlasS,

interests, to suspend the of a bill 1 people ot Central America to regeneratethat Proposals will specify the amount for which the Agent. (jcb3-ly) D. A A. ACKDEMIC: ST.ur. The net proceeds derived from the sale of membership No. II HAYNE-STRKST,

wbos merits cannot secure : approval I portion of the Continent which covers work will be done, the mode and manner in which Col. A. V. BRUMBY A. 51. are devoted to the purchase of work of Charleston, S. C.
payment are to Lo made whether in land Rich ameo Art for the '
or money ensuing
oC, two thirds of the Senate and House ofRepresentatives the passage.across the oceanic Isthmus. or portion of each. Superintendent and Prof of Mathematicsand The year. r/"EEPS constantly forsaleagemral
1- until judgment of the That the Democratic AND MOSNIC JEWELRY. Natural Advantages Secured IV of PAINTS and OILS of all U'ISHES ',
Fifthly-leEoiced. : Maps, Profiles .ant Estimates can be seen at Philosophy. by becoming a member of thia
people can obtained thereon and which expect the next Administration this clues, and information obtained addressing TilE subscriber having just returned from Capt. THOS. MCCONNELL All arehL WINDOW GLASS and
b wi any by New persons receive the full value iFsdrsuhsetiptwns COTTON 10
.Ii York with s large and beautiful of GAS
variety SPIRIT ,
) has caved American people from the every proper effort t be made to the undersigned "Orange Mill Post Office, '. of Commandant of Cadets, and Prof. of Engineering. at Vie start, In the shape of sterling sad:
dominion of the insure our ascendancy in Gulf of Mexico St. Johns River, Flo." 3Ir. V. H. MANGET Map Literature.. GIN FIXTURES;

_ corrupt Bank of an U f'rnict States, and from a corrupting ,- and maintain a permanent 1 protection Proposals will be received for constructing a Jewelry, Silver-Ware, & Fancy Prot of French and History. 2d. Each member i. contributing towards purchasing pious kinds.
itd Railroad over the same ground. Mr. W. II. HUNT. A. M. choice Works of Art TUNN'
which 31.
of tho outlets which Goods are to be dis WILLIAM
system general Internal Im great through are F. L. DANCY Prof.of tributed themselves
Chemistry and among are at the
!i F provements.Rcsolred.. emptied into its 'waters the products raised I aug25-ly State Engineer, State of Florida re pectuUylnvitu tho public to an examinationof Mr. J. Ii. GOODWIN. time encouraging the Artists of the country,same dis (Late Tunno, Pinckney Jk Co.,)

That tho democratic party)'V on the soil, and the commodities created by his stock, comprising as it does, some of the Professor of Drawing. bursing;thousands dollars throuh its agency. cTcfl-

: -will faithfully abide by and uhol the J I the industry of the people of our Western I LIRE I1tIILI1tI.U : richest Lava and and most Scroll fashionable styles of Cameo, Mosaic Capt. R. S. CAMP, Persons in tfwiliingjundi for membership,will

principles laid down in the AndVrinia valleys and the Union at large. tfl1i..s. :; TIlE SUBSCRIBER'S OL Fancy Goods suitable for .
ting the month they wish the
resolutions of 1792 and 1798 and -- _ _ STAND having been entirely destroyed A. CONNELL M. I). Magazine to commence -
--- by fire, he has removed to 142 Meeting-it holiday and other presents which will be sold cheap Surgion. and have tho letter registed at the Post Vor Florida *nd Southern Geo11
report of Madison to tho Virginia NOTICE: corner of \Ventworh( the stand formerly occupied for cash [novlT-tfl) GEO. FLAGG. The Institution is under the direction and management Office to prevent loss ; on the receipt of which a PRODUCE, .f
Legiahaturcln179-that it those rill be mode tohii Honor tho I W. where ho Notice oi" Withdrawal of a Board of Trustees in conjunction : certificate membership Chariest
? adopt ApPLCA by J.GAYER continues his business of Lauds In .'101'- with Board together with the Mag. North Comercial Ifharf gj
principles a constituting one tho main i of the Circuit Court for the Eutcro mall its branches. Ho bason hand largo assort Ida and Alabama. a of Visitors appointed by the Governor tine desired will be forwarded to any part of tho Savsnaah.B* .,
of the Stato. 19 And 97 Bay-street.
Circuit of Florida, after the usual Hmo of notice May ]
i foundations of its political and I is went of first class VEHICLES <>/ all description! country.( ,
cred. according to law, ( to soil Dy an. act of the Legislature, the Institute
resolved them or permbwion certain tome choice FAMILY CARRIAGES built ex'prcwly has Those who purchase Magazines at Bookstore
r 4' "' t carry out teir obvius !an J meaning and import. belonging the Estate of Peter Font deceased and a Field Battery, consisting of reeeite tht Merctiano
t will SELL CHEAP FOR CASH Magazine andfre. Ticket in the Commission
1' r That in view of tho condition of the for the use obi heirs anti creditor laid I aneo. LEONARD or City accep. IN pursuance of the act entitled "An act grAnting (cur'Bix.pounder brass' pieces and two twelve- distribution M at the same price they annual General
elLt.mal10 CHAPIN. now
r institutions in tho Old World a JOIJN it. IOX8 PCT:: ; Order promptly public lands in alternate sections, to the pounder Howitzers. pay for the Magazine alone. lot ate Street, o8t1'fl, M' P1UMBER
,s' { popular sacred Jakoln'ie, April .0, Charleston C. andfaU/fuJIyJuted. States of Florida and Alabama aid in the con- The Superintendent and Commandant are gra- Beautifully illustrated strict sod Drompi
with Nov. Catalogues
duty io\otttl increased I1,1 I- 'D. Ad.ninutratr. 13-Cm of giving fall COTTOrIa'I
i : strnction certain railroads in said States, approved duates of West Point 'and as the Institute is description, sent./rc on MT TbWEL:
responsibility' upon the Democracy V Y1ILUAHM3 IMIOPUHTY IN 8TAUCUSTINI2 17th May, 1856, all the lands within the West Point upon supplication.
I S. & E. M. Gilbert lying plan, the public may be assured For Membership address.C. her Southern Produce.oct7tf osr.I.1jonc
.1 v, ef this country as the party of the people 1'CU SAljU. fifteen miles on each side of the following railroads that its government, discipline and course of .L DERBY otrvtlt
:) : "toupbolc- maintain the rights of t % THAT FINE RESIDENCE opposite tbHOUSE. I AT7).aMASVFACTURERSand. flEA and branch named in said act, to wit- studios will be strictly enforced. At either of the principal Actuary C. A.A.
G. ang thereby the union of, the. States every 1IGSOLI Alto that raluab -J LEES In all descriptions of CARRIAGES From St. 'John's river, at Jacksonville, ,to tho TERMS. "Knickerbocker offices.
Magazine 343
& ;at No..35 Broadway New
and 40 Wentworth
known 'a the FLORIDA waters of
) Escambiabay, near Pensacola from
to them property ; Tuition, Board Washing, Fuel Lights Hire of Y Or, Western Office 166 Water
_ a an avnc among HOUSE for tcrm to Street, and No.7 Jfayne Street, Charleston Amelia Island, on tho Atlantic, to the waters of Musicians, and all other 5). 6c28. -itreot,andnsky, i9fl
constitutional liberty continuing A..H. COLE Our Stock Is extensive ono, and purchasers with branch to Cedar contingent expense, per
t rO Tampa bay, a Key, on the session of five months .
-"f tst alt monopolies and exclusive legislation auyut 18-tl"_Orange Mia Fla. are respectfully requested to call on us, as we' can Gulf! Mexico, (except the Tampa bay portion Surgeon's fee, advance$5. $IIZ 50. GENERAL 1IROKCRAGE. andORN4MEV2'4L p4LTT1V
per annum, :
for the,benefit of the fer. at the exA offer great inducements" in style and prices; and south of its junction with the Cedar Key branch;) Persons desiring further information obtain rpHE undersigned is now prepared to serve the
-1 pens* of the many and by vigilant and WANTED, any In bought at oar establishment. are warranted and from PensacoU, Florida to Montgomery, Alabama a copy of the "Regulations" by addressing the L community at large in his line of business. pHE suhscriher, beingnoWP citi1 of JsckSit

_ 5J tboee principles and 'Eor Two Hundred Xogroei.to work lb<- every respect. July 8-tf have by instructions (rom this office, been Superintendent. ANDREW J.HANSELL, lIe will attend to the sale of Negroes, Land, or offers his services ta the flt solicitS
I? I 5 e ntadherne.t 0 Florida 1I.Ra.for ,whom' tho .o : ,Fans at, Reduced Prices suspended from sale and l location, until further Dec. IS. 1855-3m. Secretary._ any other effects placed in his charge. Letters vU!.,In the above brancbe1 J3kMF9, $ '
CODsttuton.which .hlghatwagOlwm of ,
orders. addressed for information will be patronage.
be .toent. ,' promptly replied -
.Itrb broad enoogh .0 .. ,JUfiEPH TlIEJabseriber JIM now'on1 Land beautiful ,Given under my hand, at the General Land offlc LAND WAKUANTS.J to. Hi general acquaintance in this State. t3T N. B.-Gildiny, GrSiniP .
embrace and the Union lt"U and FJNIGANl"JA mO. FANS which bo U milE UNDERSIGNED will CA.SII'ror' executed with neatness and dW4$'
uphold as
Orange at Washington,this twenty-third day of May 1 pay and others,. render it nnnecessarr to. append re
_ tbo Union at it should bIn tho full ex* 'or.I is. selling at Reduced Prices. 1856. THOS.A.HENDRICKS, LAND' WARRRANTS. ferences. -. BENJAMIN llOl'Ku.E, Apnil.28-ly. 1
& .2.t stay 17th, 1856. CEO. FLACO. au:4 ISO. 31. POSCE.
.t J e .S eI S S \l'rtI1-8" Comaissioner.c J Jacksonville, Sept.27th, 1855-tf. '

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