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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: October 18, 1856
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Eutern cir; In the Circuit Court ofiUo Easteru Vltt BY AUTHORITY make any charge or receive'directly. orin voters could become soldiers'and the no ;By" tbV fdissutatlpn ofthe .Union,, thistpartizjrhpotlneqntflty FiUmore\ agamst being influcneerl tyJiuchraUrepreseatationsand
cult of I'lorlda N s'In
OfFI Dun1county. ssu County,to wit' indirectly, any compensation, by. way ;of blest! ,.most chivalric soldiers in the world wnol<| tf. allegations as thus u.. I

ctt To Wit: S Chancery.-Bctveen, L'AWS' OF THE PNITED STATES. eowiaigsion or otherwise, for receiving ,br, -the beat honemen, tbe. best ''rnarkainvn, broken p thii "Unceasing outlet with ncorrwpondiup in which the ConriVr 'mduljred1 yeariXy. '

THE AprLcArzoxorC.oG1.ACEt JOBS II. QajiBir, Complainent, 3' Sand disbursing wages or extra wapes to the *nus( spirited and indomitable! of rueii, income cut off. f gorerninentw As between ilr. FHIinore! and JIrT Fremont .

hiltiWliTti or' 3F THE UMTKD STATESVUO&I1D V BHl for' Wroree.FBUXCKU SEC. 18. iAnd bo H furthcrpnactcd. Tint which anyM-aman or mariner sliall be entitied accustomed to rule not to' to'submission. .reexlravapantlr admTnitertd, the in the "matter uf pre-requuhfrf; for th.

W& HASE CERTAIN L1SDS, Ocinr, Dcf u4ant >i all Jcc-fl oullf cttd at any of the ilr ations, or who shall be discliArped. any for Burke wisely pronounced the" masters ot ext vaganre.would, at least, chd at home. Preaideoey no 'comparris-in areadriiibe.! 1

TO BILL appearing of Complaint to the being ulUfaelioit filed in this of the cue Court: a&4 by th coDcuU Rviienil. connuls. and comniercial eingcountry.,cs fur''any money Advanced slaves unconquerable There: tva*' true As to safety frbrn"domestic revolt* ojip* Even on lbis.tcry aUv.ry nestkz, whka

-rfrtVwdlngtfce MlonjfTeUtwo ofC.C. that the efcndant reside without the SUte"of agents nienuoned in Schedule B, to any such seaman or mariner"who shall I piiikwophy. the r nurk.-, .The habit of authority aration would disarm tbeeole power which the.Counw at present regards1 as/the main

TI TW" ;Agent ci the l'I"'ed State. atbor- Florida,Jout In the United States of America, oh and C. and by vicv-ctaisuls, and vice-corn*, seek relief from any consulate.or'commer' has unfitted' (hem for;submission.We threatens it. The North,,the North alone, awl flly'iUC.it: t* nrrwi'w'of f/l/ Rtpcbttcati3lo -

U J2to piehaM f esU landi, to wit' notion ofMestm. Call ft Fleming, Solfeiter for tnercial agentB'apMiinU-d| to perform,. their cial agency j nbr.s aH anj eonmlar officer would' tnake' rio war. 'p.t ig rresion aims at aiaurbng'vurtomcstjc; peace.r- procoke o.cnmpafifonTLo Unix .

S ,Florida, E $teni Circuit, 18G. Complainant is ORPKRED, That a hearing the da ties .'r by any uthrr persons in the'f b ( or an.y person 1uumder any c'oiisaliirj I'fficer, upon the North nor fArope1'r; defensive In the.Unu n she Jays claim to powers never tutev of public act of ilr. FiiViiore th cj\n

IVIII. X- Fmrard, J kffc bets charged in raid Bill of (Vunnlatnt bo had a\ half, siiall! Lv accutinttd fur to the Secretary be iiilety tiL directly"or; indirectly,, in war alone,need our resources- be considered conceded, and ,bas suco-cded. again and b e perverted iota a seeming'jftvorFig of slavery

I4Hoao.Circiil CO Eadern Cirtuil qf FiridatTbeetitioedCC U a term bolden of at the.be said Court Court Homo setting in the in.Chancery town ft Palatka to Tif the Trtranur/, and held subject to his any profit derived; from'clothing, boiuding and how ample superabundant they for aiin a'painm.encroaching our.rights t wa&the %ning of tbeiuitive, slaVo '

Tong., AgrnttheVrsi1SM in the County of Putnam, in said Circuit-, draft; or other directions and 'all, such c.otherwise suppling or scn. $. ecyed tns reiipectfully purchsie <*.heweth certain on the first Monday in January next, and that consuls gcncials. omsuls, and commercial such seaman or manner;' ..Prcfr(/, Tbaj t W'W vte'cnnccnlrate up miany point of attack defined and! more mrticutarlr resieclcdi. tju representatives of the' per>|>Iuin Congfcs4.aaernlled. -

.4ibeeDAltF deiicrThel.that tbe tnted Sttei desire aid Defendant do appear and' plead, answer or agents.and concuLtr.agentr. as are alluu d. MHich prohibition aa to pr irttf shall not be ? -The .att.mptto garrison ur' counIry 'Stuthernmeihmod, awake tu the truth It war auf.Internal pss| '
t$r" "the said land. hereinafter ti'ctbed, demur to the said Bill Complaint, on or before for their ompenadut\\ the t\hule or any construed to relieve'or-prevlHit' any ,such would be.like the attempt .to.blockade of the'case. It !is only thruugh .weapuiw. uf a grand owpromifemca.'iartf w'hfch.thCuufier ,
puvcbNe 're tIliab.ildtngCM. sIbjR11 aid day,. or decree %UI thereupon -pm inthename part of the lees which they may collect officer who shall be the owner or otherwise the coast ( he Pacific. vTbe cost tu an furnished bj llie ,U/nion/ hat slavery at- OaJVi rr ha*often-endorsed '
if the De1endant .
bad
I &b. thereon & UlJ liuw's, fleacon,anffcI and was manner present as in Court. appeared pursuant to the provisions of this act< and interested any ship or vessel of enemy 'abroad of maintaining a, soldier tack'edi The Union, so far from being aur heartily anti ouequivocally. Is 'OUt contemporary 1 ,

buflt's eQhIetnpt&104 and protided IT 15 n-RTBEU ORCF-BER, That a copy of tbo all vie i >mua au.d tic ooauiercial agfhts the United Staics, from tranp.irtiiig in here being"quadruple that of,,maintaining means of defence. the firra'iinJ. .sole ? prepared totay that Col- Fremont -' S
th.C.iestitUtI (If the United that Statei.the Mhnrte.Y ur above Order be published in some 'public Newspaper appointed to perform the duties of said con such ship or vessel any such seaman or one at home. 'bow long cuiiVl tho'-'uncqual' weapon of oriencejn.the hands of( tho rne- ever expressed his 'disapproval of

jtjier further rtpreientl 1.sz am! proj owner of in this State* for tbe'cpace o! three months' euls general,consuls, mid coniiin rcial agent mariner, or from rcceiv\n or beirig interested war of wealth continue 1 War.the North mica 5 of iiiv ry. Disunion ,remits uvtaourreserved that coropcumise, fogilive! slave Jaw included S
** jef Wit : before the day appointed for said bearing. is arc allowed for their coinpen ivtion the in such reasonrbh) ahl.'uaimctrasmnay would find it vastly unprofitable to wage. right arid disarms aggresrsiori. ?. .Or that,he vrouM not bdvtf signed

$b..lIIdIIIodsIlO)hJ DeWI, Catherine M. Pohtsett, Philip Judge of the Circuit WILLIAM Court of A.the FORWARD Eastern lyhnle op any 1.rt tkf such fees as aTiirefaid, be made for such! transportation; under We are a.* capable aggression 'upon her .. 'Tile Constitution, rightly interpreted it in |he rama circumctances tT imag
ygrssd Nary J. Frai.tr, bU wife, Eninoei E. Circuit Florida, setting ia Chancery. shall make r-turns s4( all such fees as they and! by virtue of the fourth cectinr) of'the as'she upon us. Peace tiiliet is. more eiseiittal and respected 'Was' intended for< our ine it is not prepared tti makeuf'juch as-

1evts Wjllii 1' DewN5, Sitrab Mattair Ann WigUU his August Seth, 1936.3uzRcforinNical or any other person in their l>cliulf shall s'uct act entitled "An act supplementary to than to us. jyotection. Its paper barriers,are ro Jogger ,5 ??'.Q.S 0 this point the'tatWidates; s '

I5 LWJ i1itt&ir an1''in LUI her own C.:right ani, at !lect. iq such manner as the Secretary of the act Concerning consuls arid vice-con But war would not bo our poli y-nor a sufficient d Jeuce.The"carmcity tind.npoa equal gronndu Thereader ,

vii., Catherine Chtrles TiyJor Tsy'r, ana ai umruian of CoUegc. the State shall prescribe ; and all Mich lee suls, and for the funneY. protection of often our necessity. The roost amicable ( for.self-government exists only to look atithe votes OeaehgeIithomen )

Ouiraunr,;._...., Elitibetb C. Oehns Ors Car- a* shall be so collected accounted f'rf ivlrejiorted. .American seaman." approved February relations! with us would be cultivated by in a higher degree in no other people! than when in public life, to find that 'Mr. Fill- '

4va er and Antonia Carpenter, hu wife, jtam.nIlemaDdel MAON, GEO. shall be reported annually to twenM-eighth) eighteen hundred and three. the great powers of Europe Our alliance those"of the South. Indeed, its proper more is inuneasurably a better aDth& Terr -
Mid Angelica llernando, bis wife, | Congress with thw report of the raits or Continued. | \vonli lie more valuable than that of the conditions scarcely rncet..Jn any other extension man than John O. FretnonU '
Cumelivs pupnot and Fram-e Dujxmt, his wife, 'pilE ighteenth AnnualCoursc tuntls of fees required by the seventeenth I j North. England and the South would be I people! The'Jorth! 14 fast rj-ottrng. the .- i '. -- '
Guardian of
CI&rsFllJ7d. in her i'a right and as JL of Lectures In thUSJnKtit ion, will com.iu mutual customers. England and the North impossibility':Self-government without Tut 3IL uciarl'Compromise
section uf this act, with a full ht of all *
J bn, Ba le, Sl.igdalinet
betcbiljrrfl, Anthem. $nca on the fint Monday of November nest,and From the Conititutioutlint.
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sad Franeli' Floyd, alo Jwepb Floyd, Jufen Wits close on the first day of March fallowing. Having consular oflicers j nnd if any consul generkl Augusta competitors. Up m slavery all other pv. the const rvatiyc. influence of slavery.- Hotrmaeh 14 said about-%hi gredt meaHanrej
luLl and Frances William*, his wiis, ia their received two endowments from the State of consulsor, commercial agent mentioned Sclf.Sustalnlt: Resources or Site South. ers (-ave the North, and! she would not There the ignorant aiid. degraded,(which and yet; how few understand Ju origin S

MI right and asOuardians for Andrew Fl"ydudSttUien Georgia, it i is in possession t4 f a. j.le\4id( College : in Schedule U. nn>i C, or any vicv-c. nauU. We would not add one spark to the fiery 'l'-n.r bean exception.) would be as quiet at'the South are as a class outside of the and hist ry: Thla'' war T Southern

Floyd, al-o James Fl yd and Joseph Edifice, with Apparntui', Preparalioni, Specimen \ice-couiiuercuil ngsmlt, a]>ix>iuted elements that are now rapidly inflaming ttiwapU UH as nnvr t'lvrnrtU Brazil. elective franchise who kayo no interest In measure,'and'the final votes upon if in the
jVji Jane Linds-ey, in her own right and as and Facilities, and a Ho.pitnl for Clinical to Pr'irns the duty of aiy such ofliceriiien section against section, nor wouul we waulonly Uh.etly an agricultural people' our chan good g- vernment, have as great a voice in house and senate were 87 to 8f. and 26 to '

GiirdUn; of Mary residents tindsey of the and State Henry of Lindsey Florida,, Cadavers IiittrnvU, ui.dcr the direction 'f the Faculty. icyietl in sa.\d\ Sc'iedules U. and 0, weaken a single tie still exiting to ces ci'llissioii with foreign |Mwers, would moulding it as the wise and virtuous.We 15. The few men from the, free states

mi iBeitheni Winjlow and Foster and JJaria Foster, his wife, cities. procured front Cew York and oth.er shall omit to collect any (fees which ho bind the North and the South together ina \\ve lest out of than in the Union. The only are'not near enough yetto the millennium" who toted for it were cnrsctcmed( by

jtueai and re denU uf the State of J
fond L Palmer, surviving partner of Palmer A L. BANKSTOJT, M. D, Professor of Physiology provisiiins of this act, (l-M-ntiy; otlicial bervice. tht excitement, and aid in resUinna kinI grew (tut of Northern !Interest. This brief'and general view'of the per now.applied to those whu'have sn&xssfullyadvocated -' 'p.
Sarapliina I1 Ferris representative of the and fraternal sentiments. We would gladly Such being our external relations we manent 'of dtsniqr: 'estb- its
Ttrra, and Materu Medica.J. he shalle liable ti' the United States consequences repeal. Tbo sinie class
}:state of David Ferris, and JosUli the heirs Gate and deceased repre- T. COlE, AI I)., Professor of Principles and therefor, as though he had collided the strengthen those ties political sympathy come now to consider a second point of lihes the cnncluttioii that although great of men who then denounced its paasa-n*

tentative of tbe land E'tnte o desired of to I.e purchased, by Pruftii-e if Medicine and Tbeiap ntics.U. same, unless go d cau.-e show n thre and historical association which; in comparison, which we will denominate our and radical, to the South at.!least,,they.are now denounce its repeal. It containetfa

itai sol Tailed that the States is*described as follow, to wit: S.and THOMPSON Diseases of,M.Women D, Professor of GhUttriw. fur, the Sectary upon untie Tresury shall think the past, have given moral power to the INTERNAL RELATIONS.In by no means disastrousl The eventof, disunion fugitive slave cause, and'the abolitionists
and Children.I.
known an the Dewees > Un.ionvhich made it an object of reverence these include stability is certainly not BO"nn fr iucb of a certain tract :X. LOOMIS, A. M, M. D, Prof of Chemistry, proper to remit the name ; and every con.ftular Tvp would 1st- upon opp ; but ther S !
Gnat, situated in the county of Ppral, in the Botanr, Pharmacy and Microscopy officer shall number all receipts at home an 1 admiration abroad. The'improbability'of further subdivi mere;calculation to weigh'ildwn much now talk about the wicked ness of'repeal f5 S

Slate rf Florida, and ''j nZ on the mouth of the I. COMINGS A. M> M. D,,Professor of Anatomy given by him for fees received fur official But the Abolitionists have so steadily pursued sions. Tbe most serious apprehensions reflecting inconvenience even in the scalp i>f Un But. sayttne opponent of the administra:

EL Jabot River $s u included within at the a point fo'lowiaf in- and Surgery. cervices in the order of their dates, begin their designs of hum.Hating and crushing men, forsee in disunion is in a i>r4, much less anything ttf Ul\fir\o.r and tion. whigB and all othas-ft4 cora- "
commencing
the taradary County Bund, to,wii about: 430 feet easterly from' 0. A. LOCURAXE, &q.. M. D, Professor of. ning with\ \ liuinher one at the commencement the South, using the Union v the instrument vague quesrTqniisg.fcWhen will it end ?" degradation. prcirr.9, ;wh1v us abide1 by it".* 'If they

Snail Puud, and about 9SO feet easterly from the Medical and Jurisprudence, Comparative. ..tiW.1y of the period of his service, and on for her destruction and have every The answer to this, so far as the South is The' South, as separate' Republic mean anything by! this yecliration j; they

ClBrvionthe DewU, at the earfern intersection Comparative I'hyoiQtoy.TElt31. the tifet day of January in every year year continued to grow bolder and cj'ncerued,"we cohceive to be entirely sat would still bum first cl.i s power agreat approve; (, the pnfr>T if the compro,

finanb with said road, thence ult-tig said road in thereafter and he shall keep a i>ook in stronger, that it would be gross stupHitv isfactory.A people,respected abroad, roaiqtaining, will njise; :bfithelir' talk is notfa fearaibnv I
as utterly direction 2300 feet to a bridge, thence Entire fee for ticket to Lectures...$100 which bestial; register all fees so reared; for Southern men, to shut Iheir eye.-t tq the second point allied to the former, is foreign powers, relations! both hieccfuI] with, th.eir Recorded'acts. It 'w .3 oppuaed '
north 830 feet to a creek, tbenee due wert Matriculation (once only).,. 6
a CSO tt feet,tb pee due south 58 feet to the btpn, Anatomical Ticket....,...... 10 by him. in the ra her in which they shall consequence and refuse to discuss the identity or harmony qf interests.. So that and because resting on mutual interest, by them in 183tJ, when Afkansis iskeJ tq

bj.|s Vbig ia alt 40 acres more or lees.'. Payable invariably in cash in a trance, at the be received specifying in such reg'uU-r remedy. the i>ame policy will suit all sections. stable; d sinclined to aggrpssionj' nowerfufurself be admitted a state. It, was proposed
J'oar Petitioner therefore prays that the said opening of the kefiion. Graduation fee, payable each item of service and the amount received Looking, then, to ultimate disunion as A third and still allied point, is a laptation -. defence.Athouux S by Jddge. Daugla in the house to sanction

tmettfland maybe surveyed and valued inlhiumMf before examination, 823. iheref'-r from whom, and the dates not intself\ desirable, but as a K-sa evil \n ecunonvnal sdmuinistr4tio Samettess rtit'ng upon the-stable foundatiort the principle ancw'ahd,extend the line to.
landed in the statute of Florida of 184S, Particular addross any member of the Faculty, when received ,and if fur service connected thar. the fate a'.itilivery prttpaganjam has qf policy conduces greatly to ( is- of coriiinon interest and common the Pacific.1 but was voter! dQurn br S Tola

tol t be ti'u sppoia'el end 'be prays to make tlmt survey!Urcclus of said A.lands Williuat -, Macon, Ga. RHJ;. 1G.T1IEO. Uh any ship or any vessel the name in store for us \f ITU ub.mft to its aggre- 4\\\ Adaption to the form ofgrovermentadopted. sentiment; within a territory adapted by SiJf f. 109 nays to 82 yeas,' Ii 4I3 Mr. :
s-inii. our correspondent "Seqtinel" has our God for our coumry (almost of ncccssitj Douglas m/id the
same
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the
saj ttat he be required to tnafce fepTt of his IIAKTRIDGB, thereof and indicating wh,3t: Um.3 and propcsition'tn
wrrfj to jour fltqor oo the 20ltt day October, amounts are embraced. >n each receipt cordial co-operation in his efforts t-iarou-e 5. Power of self protection against insurrection one.) free from the domestic agitation U. S- Senate as an amendment to'theOre-;
I936,at Jackson*iile. Commission and Forwarding given by him therefor, and. numbering the the people of Georgia to a correct view of or revolt. which, has convulsed the Union, and of gpn bill! and U TO'qdo'pteOjr'a'.vote: of

Aid farther, thai the Pbcriffnf Dnval County TVTTTTFt C 1 lTV TVT T"yASD according to the number of the re- the troubles ahead, and to inplre them These topics are so closely allied that which the Union ha been the sole instrument Sdjo 21. Atchison and others Toteil yea
If required to tmutnonf a eogipctent Jury to ap- same that the wilh just confidence in the! power of the we shall not endeavor to' keep the discussion ; with the wisest statesman of the -while Allen. Atherton, Baldwin* Davis S
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respectively, no ;
MtT before ynur Honor on the 20th day of CMoU.ISM cuipt: rcceptamud South hiiMain her under the Union to shape her policy with.the of Jlass
Jacksoniilie in Wholesale and Retail DealersIN register shall corn pond with tach tu rights of them distinct. ; conservative Dayton. Dir' Dogg Felcli
at the Court llonne in ,
witr'e contingencies. \Ve therefore take of tho Union influence of slavery tu save her Greene Halo IIaxilh'3Ii17er.S !
The boundaries present Jfiles
said County uf Dural, who shall be dnly sworn to other; and he shall, in such register epeci-
eriiaiatt the taint uf said land, and after the GrcKrrtcs and Provisions Domeslio and fy he name of the person fur whom, and pleasure in presenting to our readers a sec- were determined by chance rather than design. frota mub law now gaining ascendency the Phelps aid Uphara, .of%{,,'#&% anc*'
valse f the same f hall have been ascertained to the date when he shall grant issue or verify niid article from his pen, in which he por- No natural or geugrapical bounds North; with a great and fertile, territory Webster-all members .of free 'ata'tesi l
the lat'irfactHin of your Honor, and thf amount of Staple Dry GIMHS, Hardware, Cn ckerv certify" in-voice, or tr.-na graphically, truly, and in the spirit mi permanent harmony 01' interest were and boundless resources; possessed of voted nay! The bill 'w"as'rejected ni the
tack vatuatinn i1th the reasonable coal ut t etmtn Sad.dlery, Boots and Shoes. aur jrasspor any element of natural she house '
of the of
her ofllcial in the enlightened, etatesmanshp, consequence. consulted, The three millions of colonist every greatness by a vote 121 to 821-but one )
uf aaid land growing out of the prce edings Ship Chanlory, A'Cic.. ncrp>rra any service > the Sort ii an.I the, needed alliince f..r mutual safty, until eniigrati'iu would at once be free to adapt her policy, vole from a slave stale against it and'that
of'the fees therefor
ii tliis rane, shall be paid into this Court fur the Comprising moat articles fur Plantation entry of the receipt
necessary Smith.Ve. natural ahuuld! withuos let or hindrance. her own1 circumstances was cast byIJou' toi of "
and Delaware Jlor
mcrvasc supply
leaf said owners, your I>etitl oer prays that nee, and Mill and Lumber purposes.f and also number each consular act no receipted r ,
Iteree.that' said land above described be eonveyi f Ordert jiromftlly attended to, and Mtrehanditt for, with the nutnber" such receipt. \ repeat, however our >nfi leiico in 1sipuuia ti ill. interest and advantage. ace Mann, Mr. Palfrey, and J., Rockwell! ,
b due funn to the United States of America, told at fricct that trill cn parejut>oraItly ., and as shtnrn such register ; anJ the suffic.CMcy of couservatUuv* uuJ C'X'd! The natural and obvious geographical di- In anotherarica( | possibly iu two we of Mass, an J Mr. V ilmot! of Pal foteaasainstit
Wield ly them for the fnrpoeo aforesaid tad viih ftuteofSarauaaA and Charleston. it shall be the duty qr of all owners sense at the North t>i iii! ilabolitioii! nml vbi-ins of the present Territory of the shall discuas the iiumediate" consequences Ta employ! the 1an'sajofS
,use ether tte'd tbe half of tbe Brick Block onLT agents of
Having up save tin- Union How lonj- e.n&irvstmm I United etutvS Mould seum to bo into three desojution. distinguished jurist "Theca '
nnd commandera of
lid Pftitl.' farther that George street known the Sloret, consinccs. masters S
Waddngtan.
your ner prays as
continue to hold its ground agti'i-ta jtncrn 'measure 'a the
1 Fairbanks may be appointed a Commissioner with extereire Wharf and Ware-Houre accoiumo- ships ana vessels to whom any receipt (fur can j IrI S ? votes show, /
to renirc froia the t'pited States the purchaseS dation. In eo nnection with Ut agency of fees shall be given by any consular officer boll t ionitiiu-ho* |lt'ng at leiiit n ritu i C'iui- 1. The Great West.. beyond., .the Rocky Flllmorc and the Ietqra.iqn of the 31Is and was without any prjctical elleci upon
S for said land and co u uf this case for tbeeJiaidokMra FLORIDA, SAVANNAH AND CHAR to ftim'sh a copy thereof to the collector, t mine stro.i eu "ijU! to awp ;i ft.t Nrtiut-ru i t1.iuuitaii. .5. 5. court Kestrlctlctioiifl the slavery question for more than thirty .,,j

to be paid to them under thessdstclthms LESTON STEAM PACKET CO.. of the district in which such shut and vessSfU States true to tlit-ir coiisiitut-ouA' >' !I._;.uttiin.a. '!. The Jljss'.S'ippi'' Valley, wjtb.' the There to be some uncertainty years, and wa? substantially;! and emphat.
Court by said Commissioner and is a question fjr Line ti t.t,1 i i\e. Rut appears ically obsolete! : When
facilities for and th9
he will hare peculiar Receiving ,. ,principle
the South Atlantic tattr'i
hall first arrive on their return to Ajr.'FilIuiore's South upon
fuller that he be autboriied and to I among supjwrter
seat. title te said described land required to the United ex- Forwarding Merchandise, and the shipment will of United States ; and it shall| IKS the duty of at the approaching el Ictsoa, we believe'that .3. 'Ihe Valley'of the St.'Lawrerjce andS as to hi (oVuion on the repeal .of th$3issonri -, wh.tch. ttr; 'ted wa5presente4for'exten-
Cotton to which business particular attention abolitionism will sustain nul tie- s
a si
6uua. ia eonfunuity with such decree as ball be bd the baring the choice of the Savannah every collector to forward to I he Secretary the.North Atl nip( Statf: Restriction growing out pf hj) Delphic !' qn. ifwss contemptuously 'rejected u
paid shippers feat, and the Union under the v.lminHtm- harp been proved.. 4; J dJa nipectoperaTexl
ndi
Honor. no
by your of of all such copies receipt second of would to the of his
Treasury thi4
or Churl'i lid your Petitioner that a of this tip qf (!he yiiu, the prudent the nlVStatesman. {a ;repress.tbe i slavery F S
prays copy and s-ntation
furnished to him ,
I.JUKItAL ADVANCES as shall have been so co-exist all lie element of eejiarato ,nqul| hippvr Petition be will fur andexdtement.
published once a week for five James uchar an, hare U produced .
''etb is the JWtr, newspaper published in will be made on Cotton, and to those who wish to also a statement of all certified invoices of existence and tne Soutjifour permanent'nationality-a proper natural Rochester speech, in which be denounces or useful result no ractical
JuiMnrille, Florida, before the day appointed ell here, the highest Market Price will be paid. which ahall have come to his olljce, giving yearslut're and geographical connection, mutual and tbs repeal of the Missouri Jlestriction because.repudiat byheattJrsbo
of ia it. But her
f raid land as notice to partwi thft dates if' harmonious! interest, the moral cohesion'of as Pandora'tf.box out have
be with fact that it
the
ioteitfted asowners orothprwise In then pro- Commander Savannah, will commence and Charleston bet trips in November frota this, names of the persons ior whom and of the pie should iinpreised harmony of sentiment. Southern State issued all the political evils whi'4t qoqp"af Pacific.applicable'* throngh'oar" territories to. Ibm '-
wharf to whenever the Union ceacs to bp one of
5selifgs.tfflererpray.itrnl And. your Petitioner as ia duty bound baring been b,jijt expressly for the Trade, under consular officer by whom the same was equality, of safety, and of honor to the vfotild be bound tq Southern State without, tliSt'thc country scarcely leaving' hope Editors ah.4.others; S wbq 5 nuke, ; i
Coxetter. certified arid con.ular.mfficer.in rendering The weld UU thind. To Mr.Foster Ga. charges
weld.
ISS6.TI tbe personal supertiuioq 4 IS ORDERED, THAT MARCELLFS A. Jacksonville, September 13, )$$. bin account or'report of fees rcceiv- ipb acing within it all the element SweetS North and South has ever been editorial from the New.York Commercial of the repeal of the Missouri party on account

i WILLIAMS,1'utnam Connty.be appointed, edhall fumislj q( fnl' | tRnscfipt of t.ie and domestic and traceable and the weak point. Acertiser, in which thtt editor expresses are either wilfully compromise;
sad h,b hereby appointed, to make a survey ofsaid 8CA ISLAND COTTQVGins. register which he is hereby requested to security quiet, the opinion that the Democratic majority ; ignorant or desperately
of continued and What a bond of union is the Mississippiriver wicked and S
prosperity power grvatneis. in dutt itne will,ba .
bndt above that bo da ke .markedM
nentkined, and iu> keep uuderoath of affinuati that the in the Senate will riqt coq'sent tqn\ restoration
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One .basin of Go.l's
thereof 2Qtjjef { great own infamous by thp :
Tort to this loud 4i or before llje fame is true and correct and thitt the same during the 'people Button-Pott.
October, A. p. JgiC, at Ja,$VwnrHU,in the of dudding, wit-h cjieap common outfit for n5mzft1itIntit trrm. 5 -i "5
Mty fDral SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the contains a full and accurate statement DISSOLUTION or rup Uxiox-r-r4 PCRMA- all iU vast productions. If Wisconsin anil Now, we submit tQouf .readerf :fha.t Truly hard; Case. ,

Aid if it,further ordered. That the Clerk of THE Planters of LONG STAPLE COTTONS, all fees received by him, or for.hit use, for utar Errccrs ON NORTIJ ANn Snu us, Iowa Indiana and Illinois (Ohio we would these polphic rfsponstfs rhrqvr jio iighi on Obo Stephens,' fonneilx the eccentn'o li
i
JM Coart do iiaae a rpecial Venire, directed to that he still continue fb.e manefactoring fif ROLLER his official services as such consular officerto not have) should choose to go with the Mr. Filluior' |>qsiiii>n. It may, qr may representatir |n thq Assembly froinStJu-
Ekeriff of bins O'untT, to tmnn|'>ris twelve HORSE GINS at his usual rates, and i* the best of his knowledge, during the | Having already shown that.- in the event South. could hinder them? not be true that tho Democratic Senate ben who a
v\hq not n
If w
*e;|oud and lawful Jurors in bo wise reUted to now ready to fill all 'orders that ho may be favored period for which the satqe shall purport to of Fremont's election,disunion is a necessity iIIy.cuuIdtIwyatIrtl will stand as a'barrier between the South rule te Ifs' keepsa hotel in .HornVrs-
lb. '"'* r Interested in aid lands, to appear with at the shortest notice. whatever it cost we proceed nmri how wan) a rcry gooj torra the aez:
I atirma
may
be reiidercd. and that stjch oath or and her enemies and that the Missouri
ware this Court at the Court House in the town Persons wanting GINS, or Gins repaired, extra \ ; havinz consider what that cost will be and In all necessary particulars, the adapta- pcnseof onr Fremont frfendaJ Not-tone
*JMuo rUl la said county of Ds'at, oa Mon- Boxes, Roller and Brushes, can be had of the lion may be taken twfurv'any person -. i of the South tn Compromise is like water spilled upon the since a very g094 lppig
*?,the 20U day of Qu4oI l r, A- P. 1S56,to value following Agenti iD. authority to administer oaths and affirmation where it will fall.ye 1'lH| a prosperous separate sand and can never gathered tip ac the stopped a$ Ooe' '-house iOulng Wtuinams
sjnf
"
*>M Uad \ wijl. hu\Teer .raako a preliminary existence is so perfect, that the simple and ,, called tn a
and that where such
U Sheriff) of laid County do AU TS. at the port or place Commercial Advertiser sugge-its ; btjt g room saymthat her
.eti. tb, tame and return laid special Veniie Goo.Gen. and if such remark"on the sentiment with which the natural statement of them sounds Utorian. husband woald, call'
.C. A COST A k CO, Oentrovillage. consular officer is located j any great prirciitf) | p derlies this q ties tion- shortly when she !
wished
&is(!nt THOMAS HILLEAUD, do. do. consular offices shall! wilfully and corrupt'ly 1 Union is now regarded in the two sections. God has blessed herewith a magnificent the congressional floss-lu terr- ; bim.to be showfl
44 U it frrtktr ordered That the said Clerk GELLELAND Savannah Geo.CHAS.H.CAMPFIELD sustain the principle op. Soon after, lurly dandihed. "
COOPER i towards Union territuryample pttjiuUtionof cUorcdpwsum"
Ill commit in any such oath or affirmation From this f-entiuient the it.U tion with he Territories -
tile pergury. slavery 111 I
s4 Petiti n. and enter this Order ia the do. do, An ample sea coast, with cafe | called and inquired for.his
evident that much of the feeling ni attach
tfdir and
Loch. a4 that *certified copy thereof be BISBEE A CANOVA, Jacksonville, Fla ,within the intent mneenimmgfany facilities for which the South hsVa vital interest. If wife; Obe told Wn .hp pJuld
4ldisl14 ifitLe Jadu< )vUU .Ytir until the laid S. L. N1DLACK, Alligator, Fla. act of Corjress now or hereafter made fneiit is gone in both *eciionf, It is a harbors, furnishes foreign we are true to ourselves we cannot voU stopped' there. M there no;rlsavq

SLTiBt d for the valuatkn of tfd land. Cat*. B. R; BVTHEWOOD, BeanfopJ, C. be may be charged,proceeded against,tried. mei ory ol the past, not a living love of the commerce. Large and numerous rivers, for the elevation" 'of any 'man br"pa"fty n heh use'snd was only oneife.raaIeCTes.t .
K ihaIIU coiwUered a reasonable notice toMewnerorownen PeVEAUX 4 UEVWARD, Charleston S. C. and convicted, and dealt with in the same urwieut. The aholitioifist regard tin-Uni usual I}*, navigable the year, round furnish which declines tq :fake position with the flue was aiery .

their legal repreentatire S. L. BURKS. manner, in all respects as if such otfence on an a lieague with' h'l!< 'fhie South cheap natural, means of internal transportation. South on this FlflcIlC.S ;Measures, pass S "Dat's Iuokingwhife lady. .,

It'iirdians.503E, this Bib S.ptemWr. 18M. St. Marys, Geo., Aqj.KOTICU. 3'.Gui. had been committed In the United States, (\vho-e attachment to it has ever been A prolific soil ppnlt'ce nut ouly away ; princit-les never die. During the dandy; d'5 ,her55, said the galeo! Ii
S authorized therein ardent and disinterested) see it con- abundant supplies for home consumption; : '. : '5
S WILLIAM A FOHWARP, before any officer duly more existence of the Union, the prjnciftJu qf Obe thongb: there f.
demand for
universed
JMdIcqAcIfh54 Rostern Circuit of Florlda...l>uyal Co. administer or takv spph oath or offitna- ye ted into an.instrument of injustice. but articles'of expor congressional intervention or nqq-interren- takei he went"to ssonemb.

Eiuttr* Circuit j5 FkriJo. CATRABIVK A. SADLER, ) lion, and shall be subject to the same pun The consequence is, that TeiisaIionaiid tation. Cottontobacco, beuip sugar Jive lion with slavery in the Terrjtqri.es. will bea nformed her that thqjauJ'oroomn and F
r:. > In Chancery. isbment and disability therefor are' or atfection fur the Union as.it is, are g belo
STATE OF FLORIDA ) CTAVIBIKB Mclrross. ) Neither loves itfor self. by all-that! barter wjthout money dqwn r who chimed ta beher ..tiisnd. -
shalS be.' by any nuch act for such oifrncV present There canS be no. safety ,for the She
Cocrrr DCTAU S I JIB Bill of Complaint having been.filed in With attachment la the' Unioii, might' almost suffice for their pxcfiangethuconstituting quietly jnfbrmed bini,Ujat tba
or ei-acted Thai auulng
JL thU cause, and it appearing upon due proof SEC. it). &And be it further South in the Union until th principle :of "colored mm'n"ain
I-A STORE, Clerk of tbe Cirru.t the calculation of its value' against' which a harmony interests g reality fcerhos-
in the tint (
i minor and resident of no such officer as is mentioned L/bngrpssiuiial 'non-intccven.tiort is Established
that 0aJ4! Defendant a band and hal
for County and aforesaid, do Abundant mines ufit sbp wishea, hin
Plate that notice of We have been b o often and su' eloquently almost, unexampled. teat a toicrroom
seventh
the Court third fourth sixth '
wwy certify that the n4 (Jr.lire. Fraaoo-U1* ordered by wconI l, or sections ; as the settled policy cf the Federal ; .* I
copyof tbeorIna1 foregoing PetjtioB file la the institution at this suit La published in some qf fti| not ohall, nor shall any 'consular Warned) has .began to grow cotumon<,>and on, lead copi-er. coal abiifidant. timber Government. ahe 4-IP'excIaunef 5 SS
now on newspaper in said Circuit for the space of sixty agent bo absent from his podt or the haVin feed assumed a strangely neW'hiIa&eIt. ma' 04a lavish und4nca of na1ualre..mjri Now, !how can the Sooflj S feoj to secure tonishment Obe with -as
I; '1*** set daye-and G.Couper GibU having been duly appointed dul.e lor was once l< .sacred for tatitici. Like : s. scarcely half known, icarcelyla ; is Urxssible"thiu.! M 'good
** werrof; I hare berenato MT ll intere {trionnance of hi* a lotiger.jpe? the triumph of this principle except by voting looking
Guardian ad litem- woman
IsLi..J hud and *eal f uid Court this J2Ui fed are hereby required to appear'penwni, plead and aa- Hod than U-n day* at any one time- without ttirddcd love, it had no :expression''of' itsValue tiezii be developed.tuother for men and parties'who are openly nugget?' ? yen irould niarryts,

yofEepUinbtr, A. J. 18S& awe r the said Bill of Compamt| W'tU'i' ? lixty day the peruiUeiuu previously obtaiuetl : in dollars and .cents, But now (to &Ojf)31 points however: AnT pledged to it ;' wh.4 &dticatemi1ntsiu, and She assnrea him itVas- S "
GEO. STONE,Cierk next ensuing the date hereof, cf tl* caoie will betaken from |he Pr. sideut, and no comnpenaati"n| the'North at i least) the v calculation! of .ts 5CC4 wil| bejmpoverished which, bears practice it 1 If this be true we can see no 1" fact, aad addd

V.8. EtERY,1)'pt.CI' a*ouniessed.VJLLJ4M. shall be aljuwed f-T the ljum of any such Value is' the, tru'ngeaLIffl"t the mjly"\je! t its poior ion of flip/burdens ofgovernment merit in the article of the Commercial Ad ,

S \ A. FORWARD of said Court., absence in any case, fcj| Judge '
the bonds of 4luck. The nia'rrjage tie i I.i tW'beiietits. If are'raised uniforra- Tlpqfl. Obej 'whoriq I
consular w taxes
Cash Paid for J P. SAKDERS03. lLuiIo ., n# $ ; norsluiH diplomatic or "'repeal of the Missouri Compromise was a thunderdidsho 7'V
S June IT. 1856. ll4mn officer officer cora'sp/md in regaid to 'theaflalrs consecrated only by,the dowry. ly all.sectionand.expended in- one greap blunder.' J kthe attempt to re- "'ihe marry : : M 13'"Why

& 3 uf any foreign goterument'with any 'S The first practical advantage xof, Union oulyj the latter will!! be enriched.at. erpeu'sa stare it at the late session of Congress"- gust, '* 1rest.di.

Sale private penwninWpar| >r other"|>enoJ- we'shall mention-- of the fotiner. Uluch more will,it expressIy.p.rnweqde4. Now-- what is ajl "Wfd.jtdji Frciio D5LrI"
For '
The
HagsC.DBEW. seal, or otherwise than with the prujwr ofc. Strength and conseqnent S f-x-etlpm f.omagpre gain and'the! former Ioseif, the'taxes are tltij[ tjut |he asscrtHin of the right sad dufjrul COrn and cx-rppricsenUtive extended to"the, knowl> dp> the "S

|} .re of the United States,n'qr rtc-jinmeid **" fl* paid ,by one-section aIupas1e. ten4 CongVes* to prohibit slavery in the Territories ttie bestthj. mixepaierYr ,
S qIIIAT well known Plantation, any person at home orabn ad, fur any The (Jiijted States have enjoyed this element alone! in the other.- The nani0 qf thisjpru- ,when ever it &possible tt) d
ThLtTARI4E Pfloprntv IE $T.A1E. J. owned I/T II. IlABBJSOir.' Sr, i.nd situated. on employment of Suitor profit under ,the of national 'profperity. They have cess between Slates is-
$ AMELIA I&LAND.FLA goternnjeiit ufllta couiitiy "which he'' is attained the ran i'rsfst class power That rule ia the order of. nature"unto'the mi.&tjttd by {he Fill more: presses.at -- .

7HAT FIXE RESIDENCE opposite tbe 800$ii miles Arres from of Land the, 250 Bail of Road which,Depot art,aneut eaqtalqiq llato-; focaiedi in-r ask or sccept'ot himspjf or able to prptect ttwrnselves ,against; otherS place from, whence, the rivers came, tlie South,qver the article from the Coos nali THC. CAA1Q5 't 'OztIo..b e Cici, 1

? HOUSE. Aim that valuable; mooch, the remaining 550 acres are under culUratj any other person! ; an''present; omolument -, thither they retqrnagain,'* has riot ob.- n&rcial Advertiser. As to the ..practico'Mity Mr. Enqmrer the Isti'nst, -.peakfnf
floL pr,7 1ot known M tile .FLORIDA ;
apply-to seen by Jha present crop. On it are all necessaryflaildings. uf any kind, from any such'government. this,:rank (unless further subdivisions of. the Federal liftvernment. The South the Adcert'uet I if wVh( tqp Sooth \ but as"to UysAlthuugh tbe-caimpaJj I
A. H COLE,Yla. for particular apply Vj th at If eif rorl : ;Scc. 2U. Amid be U furf her enacted, Tat should ensue,uf which more hereiher.) has,patiently seen them ;gu in a tone end Ate principle of congressional intervention -P/1/ didot open'as'early ipoH iOf ,
Jtfills, the
Orange nansvile, llr'WrrllW'lfc.grvasJilint IQIT. ILtRRZSUN;,oa Jr.iAngsstt the coiupeii atii>q provided by this gpt U'hatof tha [rtUtioiis ,of thu South, in and cumu but the other, She has faUpd f jtfj sUverjr in the Ternjaries, the Adeei- the Democracy as In qjoti.$1ClIa5baabecntho'yiorwft .

Notice. prenaleiss, hall be i lii ful| for all the servioes and pcreoiisa peacuaudwsy.tii"oUier.States. ,. to calculate arighj fhe exhauliiiig eT| 'rlsof' titer is ag,irisf W. and takes sides with ; !ith

NOTICE t ,!expenses which Bbail be rendered and In wirjlt is po ,idle! > ast to sayf"sbecould"rD this policy 'upon herself.'. Sue' has paid Vie|} abolitionUl..This isalaoMr. Filloiorv's been prosec ted, ari4 sacl the1 Yriio ,

Mad**hereby| th. Leriaiatur girt* that application oflht State will of KOTJCE. incarml b/ the wtQftjri of penons respectivel inlairi !ifltj0nat1ty' Iqde.pesdente into the treasury more than threcrfoiirtfis xwition'aud reqders' him altogether' uavorthy keluug h1ch cutesit1 'Tir

'a Iusurtte. Oompuiy wlfk Banking fieri i. applleatlnn will U ma fir whom uch compensation is pro againit'he world, Even a small of its receipts. She has received from the of tjoq henr supportla all The' sg s u1ithen4

.I, 4 40 ha called th. StXnontBi' *) iidgsif Proh U of.DavalCovntr vided, of whatever natuie i-r kind such stt) reolute peoidct (as t'.vis6)( can -main. treas'uryJess.jthau. one-.ientU of ii expenditures this cqnpectwn we bug to' refer tbirippor iI,

rule i.aaa M.flaakhng Company (at a taal 11 eksrjra as AdmlnUtratriK tia-s wr personal) expense* inaj' be, or! by lain) their iudepmmuidnto :and the respect The fund was r oj common oqp | r'qf)1r.-Fi1nuriq! another articltf D 54 urely..sf3 i41i' jie4 I I
the Estate of William S. DonakUoa,, ate of tal4TVTOTIC S jrhurrer tryaty. law Urinstructions such due their'national rights in the very pdt of which the expenditures were mide-, whiph appeared tij this iarpe New'.To* ,aits .-e : 5H ,34F S

couty.d.ooeu4 *UjL.5 DONALDSOZul831I'i services op personal eJtperue* eo rendered of the largtr powers of Eun/pe. Cereal the fund was beviV !The "disbursements frmmtrcinl Adcerfgr the'2UlhfAugoit ; *5 ,tt

& FLEMiiW S ,44m1ns4a5r15x. vr incurwil are cr shall :be required f apdn firiuin failed tn ieorjouer bs when1 we numbered out, of. that fund of ;hers( were not cotnmon l4sjn whichnhe ruspectire'ctaigis' of Mesrs. > 5' cG .Uo9ts.. i .
Ihrre mtljionsv Who 'eha.ll conquer -the 'disbursements, were to the 'ih1morend TremonttQ- Northern gentleman, ail S
ilowance 'othfif ttiin'ittcb as is provlilrd ;feisli -i>pj r o '
tt at !RLU BIS HEREBY(JIVES TlUTAr- : 1 mad in ua srhen .we pumbertwelve millions? So North. Its're-wtircesgenerally-.Its indas- support are presented.! S .PriQpm3 f fIj
nuns 1plication will be nad. to Ihe General A* bjr, ttif actxahalf be, ? &ijscrae f4rfrotn bin; 1dt4ba4I slavery jroujdI try otm'mercV 'maniuctnre-h&ve been "beAcIrerZsersays :, ,. ed : 1S

4 'I. SS .entUy of Blorida, at iu neat fiernkw,to Incorpc.rst for the outfit of return bvine of any such ) the' yeruinewslof war,] TVith.our jiq-; built up 'defewped! ,>"encouraged'sMid curs S- It can scsicely be;necessary to1 Vrar nttot to supxrt BuchFthp. S ;

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October ia teneraUy the boatttt raruth. qe InribtTcLus. we fear he would succeed" some ex THE RESULT.. '. ness-.yon'whlt'percetve' :the imposaThulhty: pVeafae fierce it Hattie.we. .

$ ttott trhh cotton ef!. outton picking has r bat been in this **. tiosf tent if allowed the opportunity of making Below we give a table of majorities as of.permittinjr: hia name to lie deviilged. find the following report of'toe Oi&nie ; urt,

1, gathered ,be- the attempt Our reported P tbr'difierrnt counties for Tvrryjjr Presiilenf O lc te Ypti LuIt,5
t w r fbra IhttthiK la-consequence of the, own government against '* Very Rtsprctfullly.'Yoari,. .!p.ec1Pt Pierce of.Concord-in

't f A 1 IL toal ahortnee* of the crop. Thorn una who* JACKSONVILLE : us. our best men driven iiv rw raceinto retirement Walker aa'ihe case mar be{which'we : S. SWAIA CO. the telegraphic columns of the Baltimore Jer'iislt1s) o tflefn 4
.
,. 4r. .have.bt, lacay rroogfr to escape the dis. Southern interests 'pTniiscribed think witl}* found in the main "cnrr ct.- papers t you areCh Int.flnf % ,

t 4 j& '- -.# ttUf un wlifeh in hare befallen the crop are SATURDAY, o qi .. Urn, '56. and property rendered l insecure, Southern. By it w we thaA Ct.l. Perry's maj irTty.' *PUBLIC DI'CUSION flJACogNY IN OLUM. .Mr.CJictirttariantl? Fejlow Citizens:1 I 01.10 ban,ttus coflfltt'me'bf 'n'l turtt;, ;

I'' .p 'Biast engaged tnrfoy piektep their forces, but most planters chivalry and bravery would become a'scof over Walker, will not- &I1 short .of three At the invitation of the "tieulhcratic beg yoit to.accept iny'Rratcfiil acknowledgements'fur !- It I *.st wift I YITZ'inla:th yr

ehX i T1ers. b'weer sever at eomethimr lack and a byword, and Southern roen*wouU hundred,rote*. Jodgc Hawkins be t8 Ba Central Committee of Colombia Cpnntj, this jrgchis! and agreeable the'paitbj.etwenp
of TTiat
.I ometnmg to do o* s cotton any plantationIV -. be scorned and degraded throughout the kr ahnnt six hundred. Cole JL'Wiirr' 'SMITH;T as, consent'cd-to ,reception.p irnnnd me An my taV.iwi return hbors was shoukl4ti to bv ifl ftodhh

::1 t 'it frrooemrjr remarked that the outton civilized world. Will the South wait on- For D.S. W Ikr.(E. N.) For M. S. P rry,Dim address, the citizens of the Countjr the 'expected) but that such an assemblage secti.'nal scuffly eecr er

i_ planter forced toforego all the advantageaoffall til all this, 'or a part of it even,. is accom lineal 218. St. John's 137 following places, V'u:' '& hould/comei/ from nil parts ol the State to men mar call Pflj'RhiC* 'Mr -. '

91, employment plowing of DM ,forte because in cotton-the constant plished1j&rfore the males, a inurement of Columbia, C8.f Nassau,, '25112. New River; Thursday, .Octob t K>th. bid me welcome, I ihof'not anticlp'ite.Onefeels .- we.rsh.p, ,0,1 win npony a *,,to Jl

leaves him no time Co devote mndi p-'cking.atten rc.lstancejVfll she erctf wait..nnlifJohnC. Duthni, 20 "Prorideince, TrMaT, r3lsi.Aingator the painfully.on*tf occasion like this here-.to the inKn vrn >.

I L i; tion'to tkat btuiness. No each cRfiBeuIty .' Fremont whh his Abolition poreriimentia Gsdd 31a'ricrn, 100 SatorUafj Nbremtier Istc rTbe not p nViw rertyof to respjmd.to lanjruago'Jfndeed such" a' nvetin[know< one' ; Cunstitqtion antj one

.i- will be in Jig way this fall ; and those who For inaugurated? She}canflot with safety, I ; 2 Alachna, 147 Hon. S: R. MAL oBT haa'beralnrUjle Friends ol my.,yon th ittt<\ ofm-mature r. 'tou1In Love ha Y.uvrbearis, 1heL1t

1 .ik b in vt crops of near me erst ubbfe to plow 4f ''President, and she will not. We bel!ieve that a morement Wknls! 38. '. "iTeprhuidoj'Je'fferson -'351C1 ,.and is expected la-be present Jr Tha ypr v you may be'sure;that !::4pi.reiattthis dark"drimns not( cktqj
: erttWT land Ilat
t m the, winter freezes to,breal should tar lose the bcntfif rof BiCKANAN. .will i be made immediaielr after. it is 'Jackson. ( 1Iullboitih, opposition ia invited (to piiblio discussion,' vidVncciof-'yoar inaeredl'aml true Y.ut hu, not 4rr, It''
p no tim tmr regard. and that shall cherts th1,,
t, in that work. This is also a fine acaon HS.For ascertained that lie is rlcclrdv thejXegiiitatnrcs gantibra-, -56. 179 and !the people; without4disfinction'are requested hive al jriboledeaMo; rar btae*if wnifo I ofMirel.ali. tick ,

L for dicbingf and tRere art not many plantfctiwrwtfhin of:the difTerent Slaveholdjn tati. .Walt n. lS.t I.ton, ., 35IFnei to attend. '- ..t' =, ,. .. r Yoar'allnsmns to rnr true aa4erWied cease tdtioa to chuersh& the IJnio,

,* good deal oflabor oor knowledge on wkidr a 'Vfc -: will 1e'eaIi7a tocelher, and,a pciieral Con;: 84i. Franklin.' r 48 -" rJ N.P.D0BYChalrmat1." frfen addreisThsMK Ceorgo' 61 the past statimeui and, i thsst ClilUjate

bestowed might be very advantareously <8-Presiden\ Tentiim of:.the Southern' States wiijensyrei' 'Volusiii, 30 'Eicambia,' 25T"10 A ELtr.voraSwivlary. are full of sadness. 1 left thus State bowed flatensal

DCJKTJ workj.snd in-to-this hands way.unaccuatooMJ It is rrry JOINT"- C. BKECMMDILE and thisliine ICwhuW be no. "fain in. the Hamilton,' .CO. Orange, October 15lhtJ856. .. '. life.byjhe Since irreparable that time'li? the njajww dear> friend, ol mt outwjcthe.Iiniu, of, 5

,, ,.. D, i .rather dangeroui' in the hot months OF KENTUCKr. pan.** Wha't would be the action of that Manatee, 20. Brerard. 3 : CoMMVNIcATLD.Mr. whom you hare so touchingly adverted.to the' Cohstitum endure. 5j,

f ertatnmcr; and daring the winter the land ConTeiitionrof coiirselt. is fro ; ,Miuin 151 while in the uIy can preere us
possible tosormisel ; -r---- : .. Edil r: 'I .notfe in the Xewt of rigor of. manhood and at the fit civiF wi4iv' .

.. with requiring water ditching which are renders generally U covered For Electors, But 'that it would act with can- 8C5. : Washington, 76 the 4th of: October communication W height of their usefulness hare parsed tyranny which destroy'gf Olltsl

gxcfediiilr. CEO. W..CALIj,4>rEast Florida.M. ion, moderation and '--.-. .----- Sunipter 30 ; fnmrtho scenes of time. 'Bafthe0 |*a yrrwillrfirmners
to the
disagreeable work at that season of the :"reftrcnce Ship Parliament, Jiaving memories fast ,
gather too and Petaifl
p A. USG, of Middle Flotlda.IV. have not doubt. my'einotonaaretoostrong South AweussI i ,,
year Erery day which can be a There will I ho sailed! from'Ferhahdina ti/Suvannah ,
apptvpriaffcd many ndininntinn.
& 1184Perry' to trust myself' hi this di- ,
l. il now. will rerar the planter! and D. J3AUNCS. of IVest,Florida."J remedies cnnrfsfcd. and we" like many rimimstancu to (lie rascaltV! 8uchcakn.it;',-,--.,- .
loved
: ;;tit to this rcry indispensable.-.but'-. .'much.__ "U- rfo no/ desire to maintain myself( / others have formed aconclusion, ,' which we r : 0rd1 Pilot ir. charge. It is due.to that I im glad to be surrounded by personal jIlL Cpncluskm country, ,.}. uci4lIiMfl

I neglected, operations Others, who, have Iio'neuneMlcandc, it with a due regar4 give, to our readers.with, the more boldness majoiity,, 3iaHllttborouch Pilot. thai I should say that.'there'is no friend have for* nf different political parties,, who my ihankj(, ceew mu the expre

4 I lot enough open land, will find lime now to the'rights awl safety of the people nf as it docs not originate with oursclf- :. County. ground for such acctisation. The fidence many years commanded my con nl.lew I'ruvid'enc sIOe *dtL't
the IlilUbomugh. the any certificate and regard. Butif: it were other my !ife
i' to eh'-ar. We Soulh.-Buchaiian in 1837.Alladr4'it but glorious HilNborotijli. more ninths
*: Bare before said repeathowever that .what we with one to whom the South will here the home of the that given by' the Piltto i the ship! : as wise, I should not offend yooV sense vtpropriety In the pnftic "f1ah.i0115
; we think it is boy Billy Bowleg's service
poor thatfhe nfthat Terri after look hack as to her part- or I ithail
I economy to into the people greatest law-giver to the depth .of water,on the Bar at .the my own, -.by mingling withwhati home
woods againo
A go tuck-nr new tory when assembled Convention men such a trashing last summer, and have to is .
in
fields to in while those which was the
inynurprtspenly
already opened and fenced form a State Constitution alsu the ; i only.material point ,
i possess the sole, should stumping ground of John Darling might not welt be addressed at time ,
have still cher h ; any
number a hope that Union symiIhy it
a of
whfeb bare acre within them the cjrclusive power determine, whether n f and Joe Lancaster,' the ,notorious Know involved.jfloes not vary by Inure than three or place to all men who loved the country ,.i.;.,. )
r ,: j':. cultivation. not teen reduced to profitable slavery shall or shall jzot'ezi4 within it$ the Xnrth American States would continue has or four inches from the depth, a. evidend and revere ino coiwiiunon. inuecu, re -,.'---- J','.. U 0aie.r Ia"-
Let the wet phces and those limits and the under Nothings, gone democratic by an over change yH
tide some form of may see in
nfpnpulationniiwflaW' government, Every the tide turning to aqFdo with ho me l
by yoa nc v sentiment think
which hare kept at FvrnailinaaflLneither I
( been allowed to on In briars into whelming mnjority. Tie gage ;, &sfvly say thai e ,
"
grow ing is the you
fully justifies 'the American) following will
: and brushes belief thai n Is filled with pride and exul the or opinion upon leading |political mutton diiei, ;,
within the )filed Rail R.a&1 the ofintert
I be thoroughly California Company nor in'
wilt
be artmilted( its'a Stale into ,ation at the vote for Governor: topics..IJiafcnuilvnz.tn justify or yoj
:t dried cleared up and reclaimed be the Union position his country has attained contractors have fault find v\i\\\ exptain lecti*i-lfiir individually
the to
during
.. fore next Congress. For 31. S. Perry 318. 1 any Wherever, in j ubi o -t.on.. pnnciples fHnly of ,and
: '; :, anything. va done towards making Buchanan in 1848. amongst the nations of the earth, the Pilot frs 'rery immaterial established and zealous to the Lou.
;j-; For P. S. Walker! a difference well defined 'in ,,
: new clearings. 'This is also 157. my.ovrn Statu.10
the
month fur and it'tvould be
!hard for him to consent"to i! ) 1T
.b'. putting in the wheat The "From my soul.! respect the laboring of opinion, the certificate of the Pilot mind have led, I have unhesiUtingly foN Altlioosh .
h i scarcity of corn will probably crop. induce great many man," says James Buchanau. its reduction from a first, to a second or Mnjority, for Perry, 1C1. as to the depth of'water, having been cautiously lowed relying for the approval of my policy H.mp.hire 6.t your are no So et'
third rate, We therefore For Congress.Gco. and acts upon t. o judgment of narrow ,
'S planters to turn their power. l believe! m\ sense
; thoughts to tins limited to. that yM are in
The older I grow the more inclined that the S. Hawkins morning,and being countrymen. When the acerbity,and disturbing heart to Itu hfl
Allow
316.J. and
plan -
4 crop. us to suggest to those who suggested and left as a lega bxscd in th3.! atleas 1
am to be what is called a Stated. upon a false representation'as to the influences of claim
Id'sitsman strife
present
.
are thinking of M. Baker. party brother.
doing so. that it is better to cy by the lamented and immortal CALIIOON 155.
4, cow tittle patch well -James Buchanan's Speech on the draft of the ship and he having refused to shall have parsed away: I am quite some The President .
prejiared. than to adiuiseioh or Arkansas in 1830. should be first adopted. There should be Majority for Hawkins. 161. that no honest and retired stahl
citizen luut
ndcrtake to certify that the could intelligent of
: ship in lung
3 cover a large field in a care State not get at the Continued Cheering. sr
''v;,. less manner. Break the land well, manure fully endorse the resolutions and "a new understanding of the bargain," a Senator. next tide, the issues between the Ship New Hampshire will dniiiit that my pub' '
it well, and sow it well, and the bar- further that I may re-adjustment of the contract. The fifteen John Eubanks, (Dem.) 307. lie conduct his been Controlled by none Tue Fillmore Iedtn at .
an what is called Parliament and ttue
say ourselves
a is
I Test will repay all the extra trouble. W r Stale Rights Democrat.-John C. Ilreckinridge Slave! States should unite in a demand upon M. C. Peterson, (K. N.) 150. simply whether other than nigh and patriotic motives.' 'r If Mr Flifmore did not w
must nut omit a sertificate from the Pilot, that a While, my fellow-citizens U a great tion bfH-e ocbpr a p
ship
the
'
1 it any subject of great and i in response to his nomination for Congress, or the several States Majority for Eubanks 157. owntry inimitel fcT
upon ,
I i' \ t growing importance to the agriculture of the Vice-Presidency. drawing 19 1-2 feet of water, could not pleasure to meet you, it U a pleasure ther'li7ittiO Interests of the South }? the JJinJ 5
according to the forms prescribed Assemblyman.J. !) which of I ,irlit
this section and which the leasure ol this therein, cross the Bar on a particular morning m haTL-di-fer 'I' -'---. ....- -.. % .. .. the ndontion of such amendments of the rtth but the necessity of mypresepce here' become his champions
rat. .s when the at th
tide ,
v t V We allude to the prepratiOn of home made THE Cfl1MtiS. Federal Constitution at would secure fur J. B. Lancaster, (K. N.) UJ. was uncommonly low. would before the llli of March was that I could deter honest Suutbem 'mo fr6m Sontli *i&

41 manures. Let the spare trams and The somkeof the the future the justify a ship drawing only 19 feet. from not disregard it, and I was compelled to pt.rt. Who are the his
as many late battle honor
in and pillars
Slate of 5
1 our of
safety the lheT
'\ hands Majority for Gettis 159. ci>n. nlt, in relation to the ,||
as can be spared be employ ed cleared South. leaving the port without discharging, when time.of my visit |party .at the South? There 2
The
J; ;. during the fall, in the collection of materi- having away, and the excitement Federal government now undoubtedly Hi, o another such a blow there had been water enough fur her net my own convenience, but the, obligations of more character and may be
to more !
ale fur composting. Have these hauled to engendered by that struggle, baring to a has two much power. It should Would kill every Sam in the county 0 cross in safety the day before and of duty which you in conjunction found in the ranks of, the Fillm'orJ aWfitytoi!
( : some convenient places near or within the considerable extent abated ire are enabled. be cut tailed, and returned to the several was the with the mass of my countrymen* had! impo. Smith, but there 5* no : Mr,
fields which Manatee County, Jay after, if not also on that day. .'ed me.- But should denjin* 'the &A
are to be manured. Do not to view with greater calmness but States. But of course upon why I speak that George D. PrrntioWoha
1 we hope wo cannot now Jf.S
wait for rainy day' or odd limes, bat sep with mill into details. enter This county is rqiorted in the Tampa C EO.,W. CALL.MIODI.KBUBO of this? Are comparative strangers to the Butts, and Henry Winter-Darh.J.
resolute
; I crate force( a purpose, the iminent It may be asked, and the Peninsular people! of New. Hampshire >
.' a specially fur this w 'rk, and to have given a small Know- -men who have excellence the Son them
t keep; them systematically engaged. The dangers which beleaguer us. We hare often question naturally suggests itself( suppose Nothing majority cm the State ticket but Oct. 18th, 185C. not a personal acquaintance with one hun South American .Party. Pillar of ih,

'I A, amount of manure which will thus be col felt astonished that a people so sur- the Abolition States should reject all has elected II. V. Snell. EDITOR or THE News. dred of the assemblage now present-men Know-Nothing worthiesS.ootli Thes$ thrw
: dcmccrato ,
I-<.' lected during the fall and winter will be rounded and beset by a common enemy amendments, what then ? We ray, the theGeneral Asseinh.l.I .Esq., a Sir :-I will thank you to have who have never sacrificed for their country -pnbl-cans, all hail from border.Stales.Bkk I .
,. Incredible and the increased en of next my in their whole lives one hour of ease- The first -
i' I rear will more than compensate.pa fur the and a common peril as we are, c' uld possibly Southern people having made a forward name erased from the Native American who have 'never' encountered, and who Jonrnau. has as-the done editor of the Lmiifin.

I. ',' labor. The stock of fattening hogs must become so embittered against each oth, movement, having the matter fully in hand, NASSAU COUNTY ELECTION. party, and enroll my signature with those never expect to encounter, the slightest man to prejudice nmre the than any SuotHern -

.!1s:_;,. be constantly attended to. Corn and pea or. as the conduct of the late canvass ha* would not retrograde, but having done all t We understand the Judge of Probate of, of the great Democratic party. I do this danger for it* honor and its right's, to die? Kansas bill, and create a South wide against the
'
jliwntent
: fields should be opened for them as fOon shown our people to have been. We that could be required of them tale when and under what circumstances among the people with
.,::4. trust, as men and Nassau county, has given the certificate from motives of patriotism towards the wise and abok.
as possible, and they should be fattened my it i h* proper for me to breathe native
during the pleasant weather of the fall, as however that now the strife is over, and patriots, would proceed'at once and like to the American candidate for Astern )- country, not being in any wise excited by- air and tread my native sol? my I have answered alter some dar principles anti week of that after measure Day

I ,, rapidly as possible. that our people will ninke haste to be reconciled their forefathers on a similar occasion tHan, notwithstanding an actual majority politics or political stimulants. I acknowledge this question to-d4y by my presence nrnns of the Louisrille Jouroa week* the eot

-' The Curse unto each other and to consult declare their oppressors "enemies in war, of votes for the Democratic candidate of that I was deceived. and you, have answered it by"me freighted with the attacks have that Im
of the upon liiD
Are. and agree together as to our common de- in peace friends." about 18 here. : and upon it*>itri.iticanthori '
was given and the WM! BENNTET. an'i
decission
I The Boston Post of iutro-
f/-. never said a truer thing fence and common welfare. Outside At a time whenbnr relations with.all son to the South is
.. 4 than that the present "prostitution of the cne- the Board of Canvassers in his favor. Town Elections In' Connecticut. foreign powers are essentially pacific, and br Southern Know everywhere applan'W
nulnit fat the North)) will lead to more in- n1PI! ufpar will fro Ion? r.omrttl us into no.v. s. u. MALLORY. Thin rniininor tlio IIIIA man nnvror intn HARTFORD. Oct. 8. Official when nnr tnmpsli anil intornulmenl ndra'- ti;.. Tr ... ..c 1 Xothincs?_ 1T & with
retnrs from --
e.u..IJ tt **u sw n t IIIM Qi A fraternal union ; let us anticipate it and the and prosperity is regarded other. Raul he had '
.' A w n A MIIIV According to appointment, this gentleman grouiid and must be resisted or the 115 towns have by rather sink without
and the been received nf the 12ih
combined which 53
t influence of all his livrns voluntarily form one. Our State nations as almost fattnlon it is lamenta. section of the
having on Monday people Nassau Philadelphia!
admireis." Who d-mbts the truth of evening last delivered an r county had better give were for Buchanan 5 > for Fremont, ant ble to see and) l be o-mpclled() admit that 1855 than Platform rf
swim
': this remark? The Her. Henry Ward spoken and plainly indicated it* preference address, to a urge an i respectable audience up their elections to the Judges of Probate two are divided. This snows a democratic there is a sectional spirit in the lund. roun- boasted of his with it. He it was also!

Bcccher and his rifle compatriots have cast f br the Democratic organization and can of ladies and gentlemen at the Judson altogether, for that offlciai has decided gain of 22. and a republican pain of 8 ,wflin lint red andnil nncharitabfenes and section-and at power his to expunge ih, 12tH

; a stigma upon the Church at the North didate. cannot the npp.siti'.n| yield with House and making a net democratic gain of 14 from which threatens" this s"ggestion and tfcmnfli
; 1' '" we may say without exaera-' nearly every election for the List: eight !a.t election. moment to rocktb' his instrumentality, it wa.isn.iralaoo
I' and brought the name of religion into and allow the voice of Union to the-centred If I have lf
Such con grace the State in ion "won golden opinions from all sorts of or ten years a .ni.ist the democratic candidates giv ncoiintinancc wiped out. We read a portion f 'spmh
1' will tempt.find Apostles throwing out a
too slightest
willing admirers some Democratic
the attemptat heM pre
the 7th any ,
among f..r
on unquestionably lew"day* and
-4 inspectors and asses ac; <>, we believe
:? joung men of the country, who look upon as will.give moral as well as political rant or declamation, he made a powerful precint. We understand legal proceedings ROTS, resulted in favor of the Democrats. ma.lea, broad departure from he/ Jessons Iione>it truth when we a.that sp.itc IfciriiBgiime. th,

.dr religion as a rest/aint Uwn| their freedom force to the act? argument in the most eloquent and will be taken to compel the Judge of Pro New Castle county pave 850 Democratic of that venerated parent to whose revolutioiarviteryicSan.l -. of 3Ias4.. had he say bWnmritVi -

.,: and case, while many better men will be But our main design now is to review convincing bate to issue mnjority. Kent 450 and Sussex subsequent career yon Richmond. tspc.ilc >
: tempted to folio his lend langnagc. His manner was. the certificate to the proper county iroaM! snot iJir? dai*!
w when the the 500 have been pleased to advert. But ,,
prospect probable course of the Southern States and majority. to such I t bare ntterv snch entimenLi"ui,
f. graceful pleasing and well person. such
'r large adapted ton
congregation and more liberal a charge I have no occasion
to and
4 i the of answer languajre 'as Bolts used
n event the in hU. .
cumpenbati.in is 00 good. There is a occurring of c rtian a i intelligent audience His familiarity Telegraphic Intelligence. shall 'never have br the entire record ofmy This speech speeci.-

'r p derath of every thing like genuine piety at contingencies which scon now to lie iintniieiiU with public events about Washington and SAVANNAH ELCTIOX. New YORK. October 11.-The Astor public life. With reference to any pnblican Herald was of copied N. T by and the Blick Re-

.4 q the North at this time. With few excep We have an abiding faith and still e elsewhere enabled him to make such The Savannah Mnrning Kews of the 1Jthinst. llobe and International Insurance Companies change in my sentiment or opinion*." I clued ii t., be tire '"best,Frentnht Bennett Jr-!
tinS the an $
t '...' l tent on, clergymen freedom there seem more infl Irmly believe that Mr. Buchanan will be array of facts, that it would seem the i ., gives the following as the result ofthe suspended yesterday,with but slight ou-bt.' perhaps-to make a sinsle 'qualification. the campaign. Rrtneftifr,pmkof this
securing mostprejudiced .
to niggers than i>ect3 fur a resumption of S business. It ha* been said that the 'aniver al
elected pro. speech was made
President the
in Novemlter. municipal election held in m heart ot the OH
in caving their uls Nay. mind could that city
e or the souls of the nut help being con The lafttest returns from ..Connecticut tendency of the age is to Conservatism. Dominion.
-
; Peo'ple of the
; South
Southern slaves. Ifs retribution such as t here are strong indications of a-decided vinced.He l last Monday : show that the Democrat are considerably I believe it to be *d. are, we coming! If. the" to chat

: was visited upon the cities of tht plain in reaction in his favor latterly in the northern first depicted in For Mayor. a head. It i.4 certainly true t that T regard with ini I' old times is glowing bat truthful infamy
I not sent upon the North for portion of the Union. But candor demands James P. Senvn. (Dem.) 1101 less[ and lpsacomnlacencva.il; extreme1 nf their merit -it thuuv ar*> nut imalwil it
its terms the
... manifold her iniquities do it will not be because of us the admission that there is danper. South, dangers that now threatens the: Edward 0, A'iders'irii..) 971Scriven" NEw YORK, October 11.-The Cotton opinion and all rashness action. I deprecate unce br the Torre of'pnhhic opinion br,
,. people not deserve such a and the Union and fixed the responsibility market to-day was firm the sales more and more whatever is calculated will
amounting tliey sell
soon ns and
.and ixir to
of mpertr
great danger the
rebuke
crushing but because election of the
Providence,, 1r tLii state of to 4.000) bales. Flour has to excite contention between the Goth
improved onr
I P hi things on the right maj. ISO : own and Vandals of the Nortlt.
?
eeed working in out his ends, chfces to pro. Black Republican candidate. Fremont. The shouldrri< to wit,the Black Republicans and I The whole Democratic) Ohio, $6 65a$6 70 ; Southern, SrU74(). Government and foreign powers, or to pn>- And last bit not least in this infimooi
a manner inure consistent with his question is every day asked "what), will be their aids:and abet ticket for Alder Wheat in higher: lie.I., $1 53 ; White. $L coke alienation between the'peude of dif trio, comes Henry Winter Davis, of Mary

( authority. the course of the South -'in this cventna- ton'the Know Nothing men wire also thctetl by an average majority C5. Corn 15 firm. Pork has advanced: ferent States or difTerent sections of this land. A mark condemned hv his own eon-
.
( I Tallahassee Railroad. ion?" Ant it is time that Southern order in the Northern States. He then compared j of about 150. Its mi use Sam. give Me*.", $2) 75. Spirit Turpentine firm. confederation;' and I desire with a diilr stitucnts'and the preiw
( 1 ; It gives us pleasure to annouce that should every the antecedents of Fillmore and Buchanan up the gun. Rosin. SI GO. Rice unchanged. Freights ,increasing earnestness to see passion and for his rote with the Black Republicans on
our not
man auk.but
solve
only the
prejudice and all
firmer. '
railroad connexion with St. Marks by steam question on the slavery question,and showed, partisan emotions 'givrolacc the Army Bill, anti his agency instating
I. I
for himself. to calm in
As for
,i power is now in full o pear tion. ourself. we emphatically that whereas the f oimer had lien sin SIGNS OP rllR TIMES ctnent.' tODatriot'iMn. and tT viq i. lnvfo.l ) v iPi
: '' On this day week A trial declare hat we will support ay Late elections New ORLEANS. Oct. 10.-The sales of to a fraternity and rejranl amonjj tne,' cit- Bolts regency of 7a, toiSh' RichnjonJ
S. f by the new locomotive "11.trip L. was Rutgers made", h heart, toul and body any remedy that against the South on every issue the latter in thy State of Connecticut cotton to-dav amounted to-1500 ,bale : isens'of the Republic which shall acknowledge and make a speech. He vent, and mad
may was always found sustaining Delaware and Michigan have in .Middling. 12 I-4a 1212. The no limits less comprehensive than the
and our market closed such
ten or twelve gentlemen went down be azreed that U right, gone a speech as might be exSecudpf the
.4 witbcss its performance. They .speak|> of to it 1 I L upon so looks to'resis.- and voting with,thu, leading Statesmen of favor of the Democracy and indicate firm. The sales of the week were Court.. To this' kind of conservation I irvvite political; bn the.r of Dotts-such a ipfceh,

r ;W Sh the highest terms in every particular. tence; and will' redound to the honor and II I the South. He showed that the strongly, that those States will dr Buchanan 31500 bales. The stock on hand is ,117= you. I' am no alarmist.I am nut thai the Editor of the Petersburg latelK-
course of

'The engine (of 1C tons, from the manufac safety of the South. That the South will I the Fillmore in and go 000 bale*. Coffee : the sales of the week here, 'to, proclaim dangers JUy hope ami geneer.j a Fillmore paper,, who beard it,
men Breckinridge in November
4 of M. Congress from the 1800: bag* ; stock 41.000., Prime 1034all. faith in the Constitution'and in the could but denounce
W. submit
tory Baldwin & Co., Philadelphia or can again we cannot for one moment per many of.his extreme
: performed as smoothly and was managed,)I suppose. We regard the free State, was in uu essential, particular The clouds at the North are beginning; to Freights are unchanged. manence pt r: !Ihe institutions which it upholds opinions and anti-Southern1 sentimenltSnch -

as rodily t y the Engineer, 3Ir. Williams, of the election of simple fact different from that of the Black Republicans clear way, and we shall soon see a bright is strong. but with a knowledge of are the representatives of r>IbaoraUm -

a* iflt had been in operation for mouths an abolition President asa I cans, gave it as hid opinion that Mr. noon day for the, Union. NEW On LEANS. Oct.. 11.-Salt* of cotton the"weakness of- poor h'ninah'naturc and at the South. That they are all-leul-

> The solid, even structure nf the road and matter of small importance compared I Buchanan would be elected to day 2500 i>ales. the market firm. Wheat with the; light of history! cast 'upon our tug Fillmore men no man pretend to deny. -

the regularity case of tho grades and I with the establishment! of certain other which President, in THAT LUCKY hAL U in better demand at $ .6O. Sterling path, I certainlyneed not.warn you that That they, everyone of them. are in
event the loss of
show that we shouldluve security fur four Exchange 8 3-4. the great blessing which favor of restoring .
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''b' auntr, the Engineer and track- facts and principles which must be its con. you the MissOUri O nproraise'all -
-', Since Dr. McMillan now enjoy is "
yevrs longer but candour sold that impossible.'
layer well understood and compelled him capital ; will .admiu They chtgS' *
faithfully
k & formed their respective duties, and make per constants. Although the embarrassment I to admit that there was. danger' of the prize of S 10.000 in Swan & Go's. Lottery NEW ORLEANS, October. 11.-The.splendid I conjure yon. citizens of New Tlamp South with being the a? ressor in 'thii

:-, i't ours ootnpare favorably with any other of filling,the offices the Sontli under such tl ctlim of Frcniunt. If that din calamity that drew at Atlanta, Oa., August' '28th,, new steamship Pc'vece-, running shire while you thiehl'with, greatfuleinotion Kansas troubles? and woul'tnodoab-

k railroad. There was no effort attain a President would seem to be unsurmonnt- great, curiosity has, been between thi city and Urasoj Santiago, upon your present pr'rileges. a ul up it dce'if the South.'eoaM! be.whipped>} at -_ great should beta
*- '.. ;ffspeed, but it was apparent to the able, get this difficulty would sink into ) us, he thought the South, evinced by our was today burned' to .the water's edge. on your great prosperity to remember the Kansas;and a constitution prohitiitiujj negro -
that the party would be compelled to taku citizen ,to learn the name of the No lives were lost but 113 bales obligations which rest far
distance, 21 miles, could easily insignificance when measures for lucky of cotton upon you. so as slavery on its soil be adopted..- .
have been accomplished) in less than ii I' compared with the her own security lie thought the South man. The following correspondence speak* were destroyed. Never the future ofyour country conceniol. "Souther inen. these are a feW cWw

____I fact then realized to a certainty, that the should make herself independent fur itM-lf. and shows cnnrlniivplr tht allow votir mimU to b r'tlivi>rtv
_: 'F' The locomotive ii I ,regularly .performing l r< c States had become' abolitionized, and North of the when the of this Sayaxsaa. Oct. 13.-At. the Municipal from the fact that this is the'great* experiment When they dare to a' eri snca m-
by a resort to discrimination managers lottery advert in modern'hales
die busiuess of the road, making its trips were the enemies nf the South., This would agiiist tiwiay there were 2U72 votes pul of man's capacity1 f.imous doctrine as'BotU add.Davis 4h1&Itichtnonl'sszd
with t heir commerce. In this tise matters appertaining to their business l led, and the Democratic ticket is for self-government and that if the
\ daily right or ten loaded cars and be the overt act which the South has we disagree withMr. probably caper Prentice does hbi Journal -
__ 11r4 one kr passengers, appropriating 1 1 3-4 or been Mallory, and hare given our opinuns in as confidential that it is followed out elected by a small majority. .It' will take isen cannot sneered nnd.T this (Constitu, U it'any'wonder that Grwly so imptident -
awaiting for the last thirity-six It all to lion and this union of the American
tx2.hoane- the trip'each years. another column strictly. night count.,the ..rotes.3oraii States anti honey Ward Beecherso aba-
atoppages- for wood, water Ac.f way. including would be a vivid and intense, realization ol ;! Krws.TRUTH. its success on this, continent under any sine? \Vhat else o. uld be expected,when,

.GiMdi are now transferred from the a,11 those apprehensions so often felt before In conclusion he took up the Foreign and JACKSONVILLE FLA., Sept 81856. newarrangement* conriction. is hopeless. Such is at our Very doors, the roice' of tnum

: told of the vessel at once into freight can bat as often suppressed and smothered Catholic questions, and so disposed them M essrs. S.SWAN, A Co. IN A'' NUTSUELL.-Judge .Nisbet my Let goes rebuked, and the trailur.isc. sw
i and delivered in () ( eortia. ( the Boston n<> man delude you with the idea and exalted
Tallahassee says Post. }
.i day thy ate'Jandld at St. Macks.mostly, in These the like a roan who still lived and trusted in the i ift t, as not to leave an inch ground for th.nowNothings Atlanta, .Geo. of the whips.,who are playing the part) one nf. that our Union has any intrinsic'strength -

____ -__ fcciKUes apply! also to the shipment down fidelity of his wife Those who have so to stand upon. We regret GentlenzeMany of my patrons are. t rue patriots in his elloqucnt letter on the indepen
p .of cotton, tabaeco, So, and. taken in conjunction l long sustained and battled fur the Union we have not-space to give his argument exceedingly desirous that I should give time*, in which he avow his detenuinalioiilo to constitutional right. lit is juii as strung' lug 10 ABsasta. ;
with reduced the m ore in exlenso But vote for Buchanan, sass t as tha( devotion, and with the observance The Angafi CvnstiTutionaluf. ,o(I9"terday
South the
,.. rates of freight, and at have always thought and roust conclude by name of the person who drew -
ihe'cap.
1 The iJemocniftc'.i'. the or disregard of, the constitutional right it ,contains an account; cf a dems0"
light pwrt charges certainly entitle the maintained thkt the saying, that his effort i ital c only' naitonat ;
1 aU&haiisee Railroad great northern hetrt agreeably surprised prize $40.000, ,on Ticket ,9057, in I party which the trouble of the limes hare, must'stand or falL Let it not bo the regret craiic meeting in that city on Ttarsaayvening

S. r 4 J*iunerted by a liberal Company patronage to,fur be the re- was' sound,and that the masses were friend.. his friends.MR. the Fort .Gains Acadamy Lottery, class 18, tpfl. 1'I' honest inen.'.< -I ,.ughttu'iay rem"rsof a por' to bear an.'address from the '*.

l beary outlay (not short of $250.000)( ) required h Jy to us. If Frenwn'Isi1ecte1It! will ,beby which drew August ISth. He' has not t -That's, rfcht to the point. -It.is a volume Lion of this vast audience-that the inheri' Robert; ToimbiThe meetinj wis" btl'I

_4 '.L to accomplish, these, iuiproremciits.; uprising of the people, who! seem to FILLMOHE'S LETTER.'The called at this oflico with his ticket,. I presume .- in a sentence. It'* answer enough to and tance blottf puichased of the by the toil and treasure at the.(City Hall. which being inc p bleacc'iDiinwlatin of.
.: thejwor. miserable Ilevolution the inheri the immense crowd 3If.Twimbs
senseless"
,
But the great importance \rout *
< so Know therefore he
has
enter- against us Nothing gone to head lance which has
or Florida descenced -
papers
'I prise if must apparent when .in ,, quar.tera that the) democratic jarty.is a sectional tu us freighted l was compelled, afcr baviog coouwncejl
.'t p '. that it is in fact but a branch of we our consider to have conceived Mich! a contemptible are publishing with a great flourish ol l to your office Atlanta. to obtain his 1 party, Th* allegation that the glorious with tho'blessings' liberally lailenwlwith' his speech insida. to repair.f we

,.railroad from East to West;and the sugaci-great opinion of Southern character, that all apprehensions trumpets the .!ate letter ;of Mr. Fillmore money. If so.; and you should see< him. I I I dvm'crtic .'organization. nats.n.wide in the mean ienjii! symenL has through front steps of the llali; when, says tee

ty and perseverance that secured this con: 'sf a disruption df the Iuin,, to J. W. M. Berrien, but are ireful hot wish you to u e your influence with/him' I* extent, patioD-bnanl, in its: objects,' with) our it be madness the been lost to tostenty... Let editor.be concluded Mone of his chancteritic -

4' Mxkin and hare pushed the and indeed nf resistance to to give his principles a* onnpn-lie'isive as tho const5tutuui. repmach of'no one here that he ,pointe.l, strong and 'sjjritstimtigspeeches.
4 enterprise to any at all ot the? publish the'edUorial, of the Buffalo consent to allow! his name io bemadeipublic is SCCtilflal.in ilii stale was everwilhingisr ai.momv'rit to sacrifice The ,Consttitttianalut, tboa rebukes
Us Tree-soil I m ,
k .' I workmanship completion,that tu will-tyle of worthy of part of the Southt seems to1 bare ranithed I ,Onnmercial, which! ho says >speaks nis.I ,knowing that it will material caluniny, which .wo ..ought nut to spend I that .wliJclVbe! is b
4 worthy uf future serve as a pat item I from their'tninds. It Is clear l they do, pot sentiments.on, the: Missouri Compromise ly l assist the"business. brealli torefut.Lucur and by every high and holy c nsidcratu h I f the mfetfng..composed of person .h
emulation, ceruinly well I tit uehoM br his it saiva ** ., $
wisdom. vnlt.ntlir
'arid ifnctil
v reslstence bnileen'I then tUD1TU
I detent our lasting respect and gratitude expect any ,on.thepart of the This article eondemds iri strong terms; .Yours Very Respectfully, wan.
.Ftordian j IN TUOUP, COUNT v, GCOROIA...' by his valor. S the speech being! h anl.n ?: :ne eoitt'TheWsdrc W'J'-
i f Journal. Southern Slates; and this opinion is'no the repeat of 'the' >Iiss\Juif Compromise I !THOMAS MCMILLAN; Thoro J. Bacon of Tr has My felldw-citizensi 1'cannot' forbear to vCtheandHJ"ca was
up county, Gan
.. CoxrLnusrToJIowcLLCo1a-Attin- doubt auperi duce by the "facility with but says the agitation, for ''Its. restoration I ,Office of the Southern declared fur'Bnchanan. The Fillmore nic-n repeat how.much it 'cht.ersrne to be with marred,and na doubt the, sptaker "1'

1' 'dole uf Hon., Uuwell tjvhb'$ Pevcb, at which we have' so often lieretoC re submit M W is useless, Why Because Den- and -Fort MiPtary Academy of:Jr up appoint ,him one of their coriysHin you once again-to stand hero''' on the s.til ed, by taucoiutaut" interruptionS twW

the DcUMratlc mvetint in Frankfoi-t| tedto, theIr demands, and, compromised t iratic mnjonty.in the Senate wuuld I Gainey.Academy' Lotteri'es.ATLMiTL <| mmittee. which appointment of my native State, in Jl he' sight of 1 its* green bios xluturbin;* tf iniU, in lh f |oVoj-
prtrentits .: GJu,Sept. 27th 1858. he declined., .. They then hills ,ami: clear streams, and the Lalctmy te"tha'spiilersed ia wecniwil
Penn ou Monday, ) appointed him among
he
evening, wan presented our rights away- Along with Fremont I i passage into ajaw by Congress a its your
'I 1 ttifharoagnifioent wreath of flowers during; To,T. McMlLUAN. ESQ; >' //lelegrte hue, Filliiionti Mas 'Meeting at patriotic and hardy isonsjand to fees bcSowI jirulucwl byonruljp; men
I 'by the iadws the twenty.ihird ward olwbomtbete [t wuId also be installed another abolition I the next Presidential 'term.; It'does; not I Jacksonville; Fla. Atlaating, and i this apWMntuient| be also that | ana welcome not' inmly as l'nii.i attl .l>wyK'who 'wipposepV perhaps. t ey

t were over 3W) in attendance. House vt Representat ires In Congress q,; oppose the ,agitation upon! principal, nor DearSir.-Yours of the 8th f2eclinc:
"Col. T v. Datliold tendered the -aimplinrnt tntf gbrernmeni'of the free Staffs,, would I does'it say.that Mr,; Fillmore would' 'veto was duly re of all further,l niuble about hiu .bo published companion and your friena-AS yiiur as 4 tang tho Know..' "Notliin 'C.1U5bY
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: ceived. Several sociate-in '
to the ex-Gurcrnur. uf Qc rgia. on also be in their jiands, and gradually, such a bill if it passed Better have a letterij hare passed between a card in .the but Repurter declaring ono common' dedIcation to the oi. 'u .
; I 'behalf of the hdies. and the, recipient Senate would Democratic President who will the.per on.whwdrewtba, wholeuf! fi t >r Ruchanan.; well-boing of our isibl& Ifttle Sate, anti.ti 'WlMr wbro "the. tl6hicQI )Thit; ve
be filled the
vith
,i cienCof in'tegrity the
the co-operate
made A brief rrpty. $40,000 on No. 9957,' 4n Class 18 % prosperity, and lhtho) they tluirif 1 thw..DemucratieprtTaIa!
.Is 'same stamp. Bydi riminating laws, and I with the Senate preventing Us restora selves relatire and ouH : TICKETS ix r unDcPROVIDOCC. bLkaD- or'ur this great, and glorious Uiiion__nol i ngKt (.,,kwan4ufthccofl5titeti' ''
LoirssiA; the"use f the tion' ,. to allowing his'nami'r.u be of six Stateat boriif, sixteen ..b it of wf order *tturbancf. '
CoacauMAN.OnWed- t patronage ot t the givcrnment R.'1., Oct. J,-The Repab- whole < the ana public ; protection Trow.
.I uesdsy! act, we had the pleasure of meet they would Attempt to create, divisions As forMr.Fillmore's;letter it Is made'public.On h Ii TinCi iveiiti'm yesterday nominated the thirty-one which though differing: Thejrhave I 'rgat psmse1
raiserable as nn4
_ __ I n tbe Hun. jJeto) MSandidsc, of ,La. amongst our people a .- ;.remitting him ,a.check, $forthe, fuhhi'ving ticket fir f ,.PresiaVnjial.Electors: hold its star/differ fruhi'another, yet each toi as cmSle rand iespresi, Ibei jr i'p"1"
't 41)11. 00 'liii retuen from Wasbiagton upon, .thesubject: ofsUrery drivelingwhineingapptal for ym-- amount of. the prize, we again.used Edwin \V. ..Laworl, of Newport Isaac pibper place in the''system and even in theVerylieiirt Ttti ifoBW.*

u tty.t) U' ytsmconsttnency; Louis-- Fremont already'' aroweil his pithy at the South*,tutis'equally! non-ci. possible to'obtain! his very Satnvlera of SeitiiaieV 'in. P. Bullock;, of I steatlily heir shines.WJth:,Iutrt, ugdimuied like i gcity.'lCthe,polM*! by.iinatip and

ska.ys.wsUgns; fiocbanaa 'a eon.ft purpose if elected, of arrayIng tho non-hoi!- mlttal wlth>ll nf his"other*ay in'gs and doDgs but without anti consent, Prsvldeuce. Vtii: D.4 Brayton'of Warwick'. symbol orbs in'.Jh* flrinaaisntyfh al i tsttii4ruca.i ,: allow ''iiiuiprent .inubiSlit'.to
,;tnd4i matferf hi'f ten.'t in'our at this time
TheAnwrcau spnng up city
Convention
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ctrly9 I | during-the prejwnt canuu meta ,.t6t'toju i ire. Ilia batVe !
kind
:aroit'rictlyjcbafidcntial ufthslef'1'
ia grounds .eith political excitement suhi9
'p our buiif- jtrday tod nominated. same ticks .- :
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sin k 1\DfI"i ifwthing) .nWtiHglber* being FOR" EcmcAir.r TAUS AID DBPAKTMETT Docca S pC,19,1856. .:...' 7-t.ice"6Wb1WP1itSa, JLOTTERY. Onkn otoutyafaf for Tidwtt*jtaohb towtofr to mi,*J*--. /.'! .. I

c1I1LIlrlMd ia :ny ..,. \Vfcv ..nn..t the 'FALL 1856.; SCALED:PROPOSALS for tack eJaa. ,*It""' :t-Saad ,''A' 0 Priae Tickets enged Hn411.... tkt- 1

. ettnc be Mil Buchanan meeting! endorsed uPropaaaU for : -T. Tbe eta at tta.r .. .

The De1fl ,tatic party can a||'.. and f, C', i'I I (asi,.M.class,) for OM narf-yard at CUM(Ita.O fe. '. :ll'Irew,iron iptkef,.and aafls 1Ia. Lottery ant ordinary dra wia; of tile Royal Ban ,Orders Tite eana'1P1LP.X eIther to. i' '
conducted
"it1' ."tit'e OCCTM, tI y mrd,) will be received at tU>ofin wUI DOGe en '. .4*'. ,12 Steel' ment wider the supervirioa by Uw ef the Spanish Govern a. .aWAit CO,<:I!* ,. .r\ ,
JI. G. BANCROFT she 2S *
1 d. jTunikbinjf and detiTert ; erar o| Cat will _
Trill dra it.
a -mcdr atl t *o if en to ; lot at tit aevtrftl MTy-jardQ Baawi the.aaaJ. : -IS Paint!; aDj. c1. Ai. if' .* ,- take place at &.-- '.. -" i _

11te l't"nK-dl K ill cwiue tI! late Ivr. Itc pre- ula. article ..braee4lD..the WJtwinjeiaawt r> "f ? 16- -Ship .Chandlery.._ *, Satunlay October 251 185G ,)

I "e and n .ultitycani|_ignbut., ItwilClJe- 'Q53 & 255' -:TT-rTTft ST and whkli an 'particalaHaewrfbed ia pria4, ,C 17-nardware. ..- "' : I to OO8 1 ,
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.tr..rtuaJ lur which
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There tnipT, be .,* w jicxne re i-rpis : - -.L..LJ.1AJ. and tent by auO ff ao relocated to ponooa 4' 21 20_-:.nty and .' .*.* '' $ k8 nn' : : : 111 11 <.

in tie nuoitT' sit alarir l U1&ctfl 1n.tbA; 1 Vhai1eston s. C. 'desiring named offer therein tit;contract by Ibe'eonuaadaBUof for any or all the.tb ** 22-CearenaL Provender.* ". }. > .. II'A/ ',: J 1
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pstrllDltt' P't1ila",1 'If.b ,, severe nary yard, for the classy fur the yards 23-BelUog and pacaiag; C" -. .Ortc.h! '' '
j lItj/'t1 II II'I'! .tl.tt'! '' II.t""lIa .der their command orlly tile PEN AOOL Or'dlnarl. *.

,net II..tll.! are ituiI ...rt.nc.'t KfluW.stkin Casli & One Price Mouse! Mamt thereto, or by tie. tartan- for nary-agent' aay or all Class Ke- '1 2--Bricks.M frtooe.. .CAPS- fAL, PRIZe'JOO.QOOtl. ; tNorilJcrn\9iiaJ. \
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thytrds.
:. rata, -tkni h rrJ iuJtl..L.ctind .
4 In 3-Yellow pine timber. -IIE ob.U ah' Htan rtiilarne
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caao bidders desire tbo commandants th.flowlug g valet 'I'IA
ling Jut or u. Prise of..lOO.OOO .A'OO _
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IC'1It'lm; ..a.tIj po4r. oo 4Bellow .
'' :: y-geoU to tend them cbedales by mail, it will pine lumber \ 1 'I '. ; .50.000 fth.Kort ,.wiII"'fh.4dW dirr-s
the runt bC Ilut actut.e'l "* to''I''I. :'he be in order to 'I Hard-wood timber and lumber ; orIDCO. l 1hi1.,interior by Bail rraiOaae ef I .
necessary, ensure thtittmmni- I 'I -....20Q 70 pen ,
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,. of afl1 ;11 11"Jlttmat" totlt.rcl 'wralcn and Linen Goods .: ion, that M C-. White pine,Juniper sad ( ....* 400 prfcew h six l
should
; encl'ft
..; they iattoir vplic tioa cyprus .1 ,M ....10,000 H*. fl' '*'.:.. 200 postage I,X r pre-l-tel )
.nce..o\t"rtl.. it, by d11il111UUj i, pr Ti4.h' postage ttamps aa the ,law require all JUMU O H. timber w>d lumber' I 1&.400.. 6.01"0 20Approslatati Linens bo =7 tJlD. 16 eta.' q"" '
to '
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IM v *t | iriit Wf8ion' Let uaiBtsmiitrr C'uf16itlt-r 2W7! 1-2 Hearj.T Me UamaFk. '- 62- {repaid.Eidilera ... 9 'kle sheIla 4 Apprxointation to the 9100.000 ofifiOO each} .

U-lwtfii now ,and the mat Stiju-r.Fronting U'nt'n,5 fi21-2 t Russia Diaper l2c75Shirtings are hereby eaatioootf and prllculjrtjr *'. 1 1-O-x Imo, bun nailj'aaj 4 of MOO 150.000; 4at$400to *.'0 COO,'4 of PAERESTLTRW0OD. ...,.-.:..\ .i oo -
in Ei notified that their offer must be in the fura''here spikes S200 to > < (The' late book.ef Mrs.CaniWrt
L.rLb410r.! '. .Dwper, -, 18 a.. ro.OlO; 4 of S200 toS5.000. *
kimIffthL: 34a251, Crash: & Hack : matter 12-SteeU : .
Dapt-rr presented, and be mailed! ta tune to reach flentad.eeea.dCJog. ."
heavy ) '
slmuM it become 'u\t"f'l1l1rg, 12 Class Ko 14-Files.' Whole Tickets 82O: Halves hOC -
im-ammte,
lie thmr '
In nent H .. JUncy 1 La wnti, destination before tbo time expires for MISS .: stub 4er .
ruwn Ta\ltin .. .. ..., __, __ re 15-Paintt oil. Quarters ...
,I''. tile 1De..II\,1 tlir 1 mriiM,craticwrtr 2;, .1; n ceiving them ; no bid trill be considered glass. ; FIQqdm .
which cle8r1ripti0a8..1o OO
: I I' "' "" '.I" :" '8. M .,_.l
'when r shall?a rlCrired tlner ae veriutl ah.L.f. ; 16--.Shipebandl.ry. *" Prizes euned at sight at 5 ceat t_wa& 'iat:1nwc : ____
ueairi"" c |n-aceiui. nit-tuns .I .at ... per TIJ I.E'Tl 3..1 .*
; alloicaxttt'trill be ;;; II' 17If..d__ t "Ritt. _..n'eft.. ... .. 1t. ........__ '._.. .__
i\o' withdraw from Ktw.wN.ithuip.jurisdiction. Calicoes & made for rail of the maiL .1 -" --- "11 p..r. Ke Tf IfAIMltleaaaDdT.u.
an C. To guard a jr in.t t flers mgvpened before the 19-Stationery ", A drawing wilt: be forwarded soon M the?einlt adrmfffre bocks,handsomely boned
theniK-Ivis tlie *
h ..
tion. ujxm 'tspitaliiieti 7-8 n time 19-Fire"ooll' becomes known. :
bidders _
appointed ,
ear rBrown are requested to endorse 'ht- s I
Shirting. t
,
C -
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>rUn-ir ft-How countr)UK-n acru&s the 4-4 S Gw'4 gtrle ( aliCoc.,6 1-4 on the envelope above the addrew,.*od draw a I' 0- Hay CCommunications addressed to DON ROD THE WHITE CHIEF.*..-......*iT..l .s.

I riTcr and assemble at .Hamburg.Apotbcr ; '7-8 Rleaclied tt' 8 1-51 Fat Colored 10 (me onier' the endorsement, thn: "Propotaltfor 21Provender'I RIGUEZ, (car. of City Putt Cb.rle &n, S, C. ,) THE SCALP HUJTTEKS...h..h*- I **

4-4 6 ':"r.E'IJIi..h" 121-2 Cl .. (name Ute el elnM.for) fluty-yard at II 22- Charcoal until the 25th *October win le attended to. 11EETHA,the late work oC HiatBr mer/t.l OO
: U .
.
Heavy 23 :
; ( the : -Betting,and packing J
10 name yard.)
Old-Line Whig In the Field. I Super n bam*, 12 144Sul..rf.'ih'I.Oh '" 24 T11EF05O OF DUW THA.LoqelJo.I.O ,
Cloth -, 12'1-? neIIF..nch. To the Chief the Larsen of Yard* aad'Doeki I -Coppc'.and composition nails THff LEGENDS OFUIAWRTIIA-.b..
do. u
We male rt tn with ,f. 25 26-'Iron
great pleasure eastings.
r Washington, D. C., : big the original legeads of tte

" tne fowingietter' wludi) we find iu the Silks, Plaids & Cloths. FORM -OF OVER articles The schedule will be will required state the to times be delivered within which; and Q tJr i t JDttcr!. daring aa narrated hk:orally official to serriee H.B.ScboolrrWt Of f1'P.twttfjr

where the ..
.
I Baltimore flcph1kan : printed .U not used the periods
:Best Make Black Silk, 87 i. 1.00'anfOI1- (Here Jati the offer)' stated in it for deliveries 'yean ,among ihe Weeter,'tnbea-
" IVKtmi.tr Md'Sept. 29.1&55 .Vew Cloth, -. ; 37 l-2a75 I, (here intert the must be copied ia the I 'n..e. with Jbe characters are fI faiti-
Stj Iu IMaid Silks, 75' Hlark! IKITK.) of (name'the town,) bid*. AH tbe articles which may be contracted Authority;: of the &ateofGeoria I
_
/ The lion. Gt..3f. Bil b, Sk-cretarr uf the heavy' *. *. 'l.OOal.20 AJpacca* 25 in the State of (name the State) hereby offer to (or must be delivered at tech place or places including 'fellow's fully introduced into Profeasor Long

( I Tfler Plaid 1 Raw Super -. ,, .- -. .- 31cl. fu nush, ooJer yoar.aJrertUmeut-djUed< (daZe of drayage and the Fort poem and. valuable com- ,
carting o
tresstirj ,
during 'aflministrathii Silk. ?? place where Gaines .Acade
- 75 paoions to Hiawatha,......
Heavy T'rced_ ami Sateneta. aJrerlttement) and subject to aP the requirements used,within the y'LOTTEB..Y. .f I OO
t tjfTivered t *twceh* lo *Iui''* Irienda and neishliririGUtherfburjt.ln heavy Plaid Cashmeres. t2 1-2 J Sujxr Broad Cloths / of the.same, and of the printed schedule to which the offer U,navy-yard made. as respectively be directed, (or tIlE CONFIDENTIAL COBSESPOXDK5C -,

t' ll.ntf.n> Merino': ; -1 which it refin all the : may by of. &jIOIeoDwil\ bis broths .
err o'II n 1\ 57 2aG2 1-2 New articles embraced in Cla.. commending officer thereof all
Cas
and other
; Style ;
JJartlsnJ in iavor ur Buchanan Super Frenrh I imerest X.-name the class,) for the things : Joseph 2 vols. ia superior hiDWac'2 00
and Drvck-:: Jklerinos.
at
1.00 worth l..i I Ve*f inus and Cravats. aary-yari (name' being equal, preference will be given to American : CLASS 20-Ketr Series. A .
inrt1ta. I ytn-&c; the yard acrordm; to said schedule, TII! (here I manufacture.article will be DTBNC1OPTUEAM.EEIcAL1'Q.LWTbylYhltxmey. 1
c. X n. HDIXG. HosieI RibbOl1 &E / pane on the printed clotf, the schedule, and ,.ter the expiration of the .period specified received in the af Tobe drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, U ..'.....:'l 00ANDERSON'S
r public. Friday October M.4.SOYIC'COSSTITr.
... opponte tacit article tct.the price and carry .ehednles for the completion of 24. 1836V ITIOSI.
, deliveries unleuspeciallir
d - -,- -- the ftmmmt jn fW tcstumrafor dollars oull ontb.J1MJII sHTae simile of the eLI Eagtiekdditioa.
Gild .
The City 4 .f .Wa.hI. 1.;. ton.-} I lI.u\ lIultcrj'. -------2' 1 2 Rib If'n end-Trimming- ,. ":1: andjoot up Vie aggrepale amount of the out far It is to nih.viied be provided bv the in t'd e nrtmrat-contract,.-and to ,Pill, : r. ii4 ..:...i, ....2 SOY .. illfield's
ce
It!i* errotnwuf rror of* strange Super Enls4. -. 25 the clou) to here UTile 5131315' WORK.3-colIIPf"isiD 01. .
np<>n U Lace Gn..1a and E"Lr.id J amounting ( the amount distinctly understood by the bidders that ox -
riel the
'; : I
L"-- edition of
Waslunt..n that the .. Gloves and Mitt Silk in tronl6) Revolutionary Tales
and
"iitng rapit lronsfrcinff W.Irale. C'IriLs.Br"tleRaneW amount and nnmoer'of article*enumerated in classes ? I I
Uuder Vests and Soaps I prvpwe as my agent (here name the beaded SAMUEL ,SWAN and the Border RomAneesof South,1 3tf
\0 the Wut. (hili the Prei,lent Drawers. Biftt'-ns. Pins. agent, if 'mHcellaneons" are specified as the ilanager. I i
Jfi-eelJt THE
A-c, &c. on. it required by the tchedule,) for the 6/. St'S.o\Y. FISHERMAN'S DACGH- *
which
aGeIst at the western terminus nf tie central Shawls .' underthe clashes BaisceUaneuiia by a ixm-reiiidrnt supply prop well as to quantity fix data for dele-J'UlinaDla"tb.lo.cd may be required as PRIZES AMOUXTINO TO TER 2 YOIa.................-:.t 40
section of the IVar.M' 'I vatiia and
cnne_ Mantillas. of the place delivery;. and should lay offer be Lid ; but the contrator is to furnish more or less MARGARET MAITUUTD, by t the aata-t .. t

The reason of this i is obvious. Not vn'.vr : Plaid Ion -'. accvp Ct!. I request the contract myl be prepared of tbe said enumerated artkles,and in such $94,000. ,rof Zaidte,..............;.*....<-' 88 $

the western front ">f the bnil nnd for
the roost cowjxruous, if not I)he most b-atiiiful Black do. Snjier: Mire Annpne du. ". signature and certificate. may require, such increase, however, Will be distributed according to the Theodore 1niDt..t **
Mi-fct-s' following
Shawls and Scarf (Htrtfit 6id* tvtlgn name D<*t to exceed one-third |
but the tuam peirtion of the liestdireclion 1 Talmas for Childicn. of the quantities stated, WIDOW
e-ty White ) and MAGNIFICENT SCHEME BEDOTT PAPERS,........1 00 f
from it. A and lark! "" e Shawls. S ( requisitions sent through the poet-office shall
ill e rre pn.drul I SPARROWORAS3 PAPEB ...... ; 1 00
FORM OF oiTAnNTEE.; be deemed snfccient notice tbe *.l
,) during fiscal .
the New'Orleans year 30,000 Numbers Prizes.
\r Delia in an eTo.quentbutetn The nndersignei (name :" of ending 30th June 1336 -15,183 *
Plantation .g gunranfar,) ; and weather the quan BOOKS FOB YOUTH:
the late John' C. Calhoun, Goods. (ntmc the tojin.) and State of (name tht Tt-iU,) tities required be more or less than Ibueo specified IPrizevf..S4O.000is: .ttO.OOO THE' BAtLOOIf TRAEELS 'OP ROB-:

thus incmpntalJr exi'Uins the matter: Heal and (name oftccond fuarantjrt, Jta>-rey\ i.adertake the price ibiill remain rho nine 1 do. '. . 12.000is--. : .12,000 XRT MERRY and his Friends. i

-Wnch lf e ntjr j *>r Washington was Isidfiff Georgia- Plains-- - 2.1 f j .),tl 1 9-4) Ulankt-K .. 1.00. that the abore-name Ci'aae.the: Udder AH the article under tb"! contract must be of I de. .. ...5.000il..5OOO byFoterParley-. -Young*..---...-1, OO
SUJHeavrall or bidder,) wilL if his[or their]ffer as sl. be the best quality, delivered. 1 do. . .
:; tfiepnturhlfiont i was east ward towardsjUnUnd. j Wool d.l. 1 25 ve in food order, free of 2,000 it ..'. .2,000 '
heavy Kerseys. - 18a20j) j Plaid Linseva axcepteJ, eater into contra** with Ibo United I all and every charge vr aTjwa.te, and tnrject to 1 do. .. 1,000 b 1.000 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE or ta*
.
TliXexorliitant prfre dcman-l- Woinen's Wear. 15a16 J } 18a25 ?liiie. ".thin Wee days aftrr tie rdftrlut1; "lay tl h"Merl'aI' real csUte.irotf OUR STOCK is OsnohiTrpa. Hllnn'lIftnn !c.. !c. tbruc;b tbe {>- qtjffie, of i<.' a
|rcluwrs th1o the Potomac valley.nnmcdiatclr careful, attention very large and ( 1t'Crt'dt"lIh care. Orders will hare the must : [lit. 'he /'Te.. oefvtre an.'t o.> d foitory to the cuuo rot t.eruo' (.. Bidder are 100 do . 100 is .'. 10.1XM STANDARDS.Eprsgse's I

'. in the i ar" of the original and any. article not pleasinz trill H(. l'P'f j\f.f1 sean nt onr e>nenFe. \' .'TJ' -. lSignct- : '- .'; -' '" tr.1] referred to the ,.rill |.Uts, tpecifieations, or 100 do. .. .' 70 U ... t_ 7,000APPROXIMATIONS. Florida War, Irving's Lir.on.IIQ '.-

"plot" for the Capito"\ n this "valley" i ii W. G. BANCROFT I .1 crr in: t-1 be above LW(crt no'ne thegafrunlanj simple/, aol farther ,JH-rlptiolutbe articles. inSbeepBenten'.TbirtyYensndmanyOther

now die' city "f WAshin; Mi. with Its ave 253 eft 255 33Lin.grStreet, p MfiUc guarantors are. known io the to UK loi Iw tc_ p_ cj',i 4IC. who Contractors da uot reside for rlaM near beided the place"miscellaneous where tbe I 4 Approximation Prites of 9150 are.. .'. .l O valuable Standard Works for sale. ...!.
ar-
nae. PreJi'lent's h nse. anoXother'. p'vernnt "OLD STAND" SECOND noon (: .aru ) ticlese uo to be Uclitered, will be required to 4. U, I2Sare. .. 500 aARPER'S.JUCAZINE.for Aiglit.GRAHA3I'S '' ,

'buildinps The Capuol with, its Br.LOW'r.XTWORTH ST.. To be signed by the d'.ttriit ju Jj ubtrict .t- njine in tbeir proposal an agent at the city or 4 .4 II It II 100( are ... 400 PUTNAM'S CODECS.for August.' j

lack turned .I1 this /oroey, collector, nary-agen, or sun principal place Slur the fir 4 75 are .. .' 300 MAGAZINE. 1'
on the e
,on Potomac. CHARLESTON < person yard delivery, who "
on "
-. .. S. n) known to the bnreau. Le.reapunaibie.PORTSMOIJTII be called to deliver 8 50 are ?. 400 HOC3EHOLDWORDS, for Angwt.
way
IDe publiC vuIsuuIt. un th upon articles vitkaut A few
40 numbers
vii. |*n..er.JO - ., ((dIV when the, shall be reallired.. 45 are 1 800 July Harper's still on Band.
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the While HOUMJ looks from iuL fwnt 3.000 .. 40 .-
Approved sureties in the full arc 120,000 So them Quarterly R
N. II. amount of tne eoo- vieJv.
,
tpon a (. ditnuiutiit, scatUTed b.iiltingi; !, For Sale CHEAP CASflSrfjftE Class Jfo. 1-Bricks, jract!: will be required. and twenty per centuma The 1st No.of the
and at ill north- t comer, upon the teii- 5' 2-Stone. additimal security deducted from h. 3,360 Prizes amounting to ........., I2044X new Series of tne Southern |
pay. The Quarterly, under its new change
15,000 Prizes
ment ann the of $3 are determined by the Proprietorship -
ement from whence the soul 51 contract shall have
of John been
C\ Tf HE Fubecriber biviog uored from Jack- 3YollowpinetiinI.er.. completed number which draws the $10,000 Prize-if that for delivery to subscribers,at 93 per snnumc .' .
.se. or cancelled,unless otherwise authorized ,
Calhoun. of South Carolina departed thiswurlJfomer. JL sonrille, Fa offen for < Yellow-pine lumber. by number should to odd number
| 't i lie a vaiu.iieJj. ** 5 Oak the department. On classes headed an then every odd DREWAug. .-'
House and Lot tifu.ted I pUnk.M mi-icclUne- namber ticket hi tbe Scheme 9
the will Oeeaa-d.
on cnmerof O.e n .t ous" to be delivered he entitled to near Bay. i iSit
Monroe ttrceU. known a, the "ilEUClIAXTS! White-pine and spruce lumber, the as required daring the fiscal S5;.it an even number then every even number j 3

lllfl'ltaj.. 0;ntm fnl and Pills IIOTEI*" Said properfy wad constructed ex- '' seasunod. year the discretion twenty of per eeotnm retained to;ty at ticket will be entitled to S3 in addition to any
the
certain 7-Line. commandant be paid I Bookst
I pre ltor. Public Honrc, contains Wilson & \'jnfcrl1itzi1r quar other Prize which may be drawn. llje : t.
lenlt'dlt"! f"r l>*'t LT and Old Woun.lo'. tmeiiiytwo 8 Cement terly on the brat of January April July, an.I
I 1:0010.: ten of bicli h*%e fire f.l lice" b. a good =pcctfully in for in* the Ladie and October when the deliveries PnrcbMer in buying aa equal quantity of odd
let
Alfn-d G Gentlemen 9 havebceo
AJ :i. Grarel and satisfactory
for i.
was : -
nine well of beautiful and number and Co1rntia H01I' Stares
3 tar water, young Iohadl tree, andall of Jackronxille and eten tickets will be certain of drawin MILL wilt brass
; tbe balance
"
afticlt'CI .itb| an awfully bad) the nurroanj.og country that they 10-Slate, ,- (eighty per cent ) will be paid by 13 to 10 and 15 II
leg, there neixiMry uut-boildiogi, u ntuuted in the bare now opened their new and beaDlirul.tock tbe respective within nearly one-halt the coat of the tamo, with to inch la..
> Rrvrrl w-ani-i in cent re of the and 11-Iron and.nail*. \ navy-agents thirty day. chances of obtain other Prizes. Fine morocco Backgammon Boards Books
en it. which defieiJ ple.mut gruwip city uf J.fk- of Fan and Winter"flood*, 'cotuu'tnv II 12 afler tbe pre.eDt.tioo of bills in 10; ) of
of Steel.
all the Jticluts -kill and. iu Mi'iity t>. heal. fIOnville, ITa, the teruiiuw of the Fla. A. A G. Dftf (;( partly II ,14-Files. vouched and approved. triplicate.duly All tb<. e ticket ending with 0. 2,4.6, 8, are I Blank Drafts and Blank Notes of Hand,' with
Central P.ailruad. OOnS. ull those vignette of the cotton in
He trid \ CTCD- ending with 1,3, 5,7,9. are odd- plant Margin; .Fin
ef II No art of
a rvuiedits the
but eentum
nrfiy 15 Paiuts. oils and f per reserved is to be
was The above Calicoes gUss. morocco Portfolios 1 Leather
described pltin anj arltemember that Portable
is in fig'd De'Lainn Blk t Priz.ta and ; writing
U-Pffiie-I property every re!- Cord >< paid until all the every drawn
pot 16 rejected article
the offered
hj same. .\t last hei desirable Alpacas and -Ship cbao1ery.'a under in fall without Case Setts Chess-men Pocket
pect very either f..r a Hotel or private; Marinoen fancy Robef plain' A ig'd the contract haIl have been payable dedndton.V" ; ; Compasses 2 very
,' I ptTu.idc l to have rvconre to HolImsj.s renidenre for a large family and if now under Oinshamn, Btk and C I'd Silks. Silk and cloth a ]7-Hardware. yard, unless authorized removed from the ,All Prize* of 41,000 and Tinder, paid immediately fine terretial School Globe. aDd a great variety

Oiiitnicni and IMIs. tl*** remedies rent at 400 per annum, and was rained awl a. Talma*, Negro Cloth Blankets of all dejrription, 13-t.atnaevy. ment. specially by the depart- after the diawing-uiber hires at theiiu.l of Lawyers and Mercantile Stat Red Mark

cruelly:fleet t-d a tery favoraMe chnryttnJUy -. te.ed by the City Tax Assessor aol Town Council white and e l'd flinnel Bleached and unbleached 0' 19-Firewood. time uf thirty tiav ing Chalk, Metalic Eyelets for fastening,docu
contii'uitigly, them unr't'.uil I at 9;,00, aol will be suit at 50 coats on the 11'imecpun.i Kentucky Jeans,SatcnHU and Br
"there tinji dollar' of the above va.lu4iun.barin. Club! Dam k table cloth anl Napkins, B. E. I>i- 21 II'rut'eofer.II : f.auttibafl be made by the partiesjtf first part drawn number will 'be frrwafJed 'to purchasers Paper and Era Pins, Red Office Tape, Matte
tuonihv liii )11"u c'4upktty; arer. L C IUnkeivhlef: Silk aol str4w UonneN. 22-Charcoal. in delivering all or.any of articles mentioned of immediately after the drawing Staff Pens and Blank Music P.per"TIre Rudiments *

nrrd. and lac general health thurnuhttialibbed. Eoauire of Menrs Ilsrtridge.t Tim.inus\ Jack I'Un-nlf.gM I Uibbon, Silk and velvet Tnui- 25-Iron estinge. tbe nualiiy>a! at the times and places above I Tickets:SlQ-llal\"e8 S5-Qnartera 250. of Drawing setts of eardafor the) >

4C. noaille, or of the fcubtbribcr at Fern-indin-, Fla. binge, Mocha and Cambric Edging*, N. W. CuI.i uo.vro.v. provided, then and in that caw the said parties Pnie Thketsllehed Tissue Paper, Buff Envelope Paper,Blotting pa. s.
J.neU-tr A CUV. i lars, Cuitnesclts and .lee kef, liuUcoet and suk CIa!. Xo. I. Brick will forfeit and pay to tbe United States as liquidated at either offiov.CHEAT or renewed- in other Tickets I per white and red in,large and small sheets j|

The inttmu'u i t Illusion, white aDd eoI'd drapev, Silk Ro.h. Art M 2-Stone. damages a sum uf money equal to twice I Copying Ink and Oil Paper,File-boards cpsst.boardforfilingaway .- k
-
conduct of 3
the lul!.
'. r! Inwood Seraiuarr.IXSTITirTlOX tiScial flowers. Tab, Umbre/la4,Gloves and gaunt 'a Yellow-pine timber. the amount of the contract price herein agreed REDUCTiON TO CLCDS. papers, Invoice Books aad .
f"lL1iall o.JIII"lIifitl* at Concord has pus- I t let of all kind for Ladie and gentlemen, Uut- II Yellow-pine lumber. upon an the price to be paid fur the articles incase AI oae-h&or the Tickets are guaranteed to Letter-holders Letter and Cap she. : -

doctdsnexciU-tncntofind gnaiiouoatKew tbnlllI' tons, Wh4/ex! >nc2, Bc/ts and a "riol 1/uniery, M o-Oak nd hard-wood timber andlumber. of the delivery thereof which liquidated draw $3 we will fell Certificate uf Packages of School. 'Globes. r

Uiiii]"hirf that will tc ult in one t/IIJlf/ etc etc. damages nuy be recovered from .time to time! as 10 Tickets (odd. and even cumbers,) at the follow '
II 6-White.piu. they accrue. ing nt- : TWO TERBESTIAL GLOBfi?,-Mawflaetar-
and
jfthvf>roiidc t the spruce,juniper; L ,
TU* {'resident.trumjilis, ni rt.'Ct1.tiun 'rIITs : will open for the reecpi. Clothing. cypress timber and lumber. lime sureties must,:gn the contract and theirrerJ'OOlibllil1 Alt that the 10 Tickets draw over tlie amount ed by Josiah Loring; Bmton .-%Inch. __ ,;

f vtr.known. to the Dem'ocnuofthe lion tor Pupils, on WEDX ED.tY. OH"her IJreo"r ,.Bn ine-i;;.and 0
Granite Hill. The cieilutg; lath, under the directiea of tbe former teacher B.SSir*". Merino Shirts and Drawers Crarat 8-CcmcoL dixtnct att&raey rome other person satufJttorily Certificates of Package of 10 Whole Tickets *60 Family Bibles-large octovo aixe-suitable for f

i'vulefthe country towns ate routed at Mi** i>.AUT. Terms of instruction irain 95 09 toper flats and Cap TrujKt, V'iisi! t Carpet B' >. 9. -UMTC! and sand. known to the bureau. 'a ". 10 Half M. 30 table Bibles'and yet convenient lor use. Loadoat

the mulL ollcifd their di tiog
\uv citizen:: a'nd are firt-paiirtjr rendir ,jratknitioe. Oct. II, 18(6. 2t nOU1'f4 & plIIOE 12-SteeL bureau shall have the power of annulling the .Address orders for Tickets, or CerUAeaUs' of maps end fall collateral reading between the ,:i

mm apetiu that "ill'rull.e -- A good ewortnient
*sntpalri eutu'11-, SEA ISLAND Hardwire, is e"nat n'/y Kept ou band aLto o variety 'a 15-Paints, oils and glass. m ease Cougrewahall nut have made u- SAM'L SWAYS CO.,Atlanta, Oa. color, the other purple richly gilL' J
itisui anil State pride is f their of .lick. '- a' 16-Ship chandlery. rent appropriations fur the article named,or for or S.SWAN,Montgomery.Ala. Episcopal Prayer Bota. _

Iwjirttlu-arlh.! 'Ihe araugt.Utt'ntA 'lor tin Cotton Gins. Purchaser will fial ilia theIr interest to call u 17-Hardware. the completion of the works estimated for, and on or THOMAS JJcMILLAN Agent, ,Catholic Prayer Books. .'" "

TntidctitVi n-ceptioti arc u. a frcale wortJn4iflheuctast and examine our Hoik, .t the Carolina corner, I' 18 -Stationery. which ton advertisement is baser 'nd hall also ag9 Jacksonville, Fla. :

.n and t'CI .lhin iud>catv* a before pur"hJ. :elM! 'wh rt. As we shall take a' 20-Hay and straw. bale the power to increase orJJit good *.
subscriber thankful[ for iS.ejuariiin: 21-Prurender. : named in the clues not be.v.;J "miscelli -
nwrtgratifjinp' rt ul& THE great trying to please all th uay favor o* with tiill. -4 27-CharenL1. nuUS" in the schedule t.eat)-!" percent
Allxordrrs from tbeJackaooville '
fuitronage, informs LI. and One -
I- frieDI., tb_t he. till .'.. nit .1.. patroiu....rtnf..._.fit ft t*. euuntrv. sball Le l.r"lIIloIlI' allenJ t. "' 23-P vkiog.a' l'e""OIlI whose olf'rlll..hah. be, accepted will be Iltbantit! Dtftt copy'Mrs.for Wirt's'Flora's DiC1ioOary.be
.IOo-pnOtl.AJUTIOX TO THE 1 of RULLEtta XS-.the--n ;aipri1 l ;- Extra r'J.., Coluber 11 1850.HOLME : 25-Iron carting DOIified lw letter (hooch the Duet AlficX.. .k ." !. present biadiJrsr. with lady.eoIor In qaarto nJat_form ..W..MiIril& i'
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notice shall} be ; ; ..
iih -- -- ------
considered .uentaud ; -
uum 1 no .
ItEZiCn-EnJ tBru.u'I ic. fitrnulied wb.n required NEW YORK.
: d'i not enter into contract fur the LARGE PRESENT: BOOKS.-Tw. beautiful
I feel l itch tteS founded '. j f fBe..nD: dune e@ 'short notice'*nd ret' confidence in the witbie fifteen from the i large octavo- Present Books rich,
WODJ'', .,. THOMAS VASCE. 2t..ne. day the date of notice Authority of Slate OJ4 aIn binding and
*rful cuattre of I COMMNSLUN> from the bureau of the choice CO .
; of
agency my (genuine) Electric IER.cHANJ' 5' acceptance their bid a -. -A'
ty,(Eighth and Walnut,) that I hereby renew 4LTflOMOX AGKXTS.FRASER : LOVCE CUS WIIARF; \ No.'5 3Yeltow.pine.ass. -Hard wood. .-Z. contract will be made with some other:person or Southern Millitary' Accademy SHIPPING ARTICLES ',,
Charleston
S. C : persons, and.the guarantors of such defaulting .
7proitliont] depoxit S!00 with the.Mayor, >. A. IIAKDEE A CO. 8 Savannah Ga. r1etax:*., S.o.. ; ". White-pine. spruce, Ae.v: :, bidder' will be held responsible for afl delinquencies. ., LcT, ,' A .vpplyofsemeieetiyedper Steam.&tail

Uferftk. to aay inttUniion he may name, if I do w.\LEER t DAVIS, Cectemlla-e, Ga. '. Will attend to the nale of "" .. _;II _-1 Limej-hair, Ac. -: 1'r' day (Wednesday 6th) ".3,
I S---Cement. ; : .1 I' f
atteare Air cue of T11EO UARTRIDGE Jacksonville, & Cotton Grain & All offers not made in Strict with ;CLASS H.
rbenmatuui piles D44b1fl other Produce conformity BALM OF AAug. -
a "
9 Grarel and -
!
san
S. B To be '
drawn
.pInIiui, feker THOMPSON' Black Creek ,' this advertisement will,at the option of the bureau in the City of Montgomery, Alabama. ,
**,,sal rat and ague, tatter, deafoeas, T. D. DEXTEB ..I1iaeralSpringl u. AGENTS : II-Iron, iron spikes and nails. rejected. i In public, on Friday October 10, l36,' '
ether 12
atiiicity eases I have so successfully treated SOUK LEE "lii le Sprin-t' Palmetto Line N. Y. Packets 4' '14--Steel.Files.IS -. Those only whose offers may be .et'eptl4'.m on the Plan of the ::1j ouaitbS1awt.CDREW ; .

Baltimore Waxbtngton, New York LMr7aOLlll6G. ((1m] 'I be notified, and contracts will be ready for execution Real Havana
sai -Points,oil, and glass. I Lottery.. .
ether places At the Astur House, Xew the Philadelphia Steam Ship Line. -Ship chandlery. as soon thereafter as may be practicable.. ;'

fwi: last year I retted more than thirty with.\ Stop Runaway, (STEAMEIt 1 IIENJir B. UEACII.) 17-U.rcl.a.- Sept 27-Iaw4w.I S.t3IUEliSWAN..Man.ger... .9 Ocean: it.nesvB.yJacksoeifle. t
". DOLLARS REW/RD for my negro man IS a Circuit Court Eastern Circuit I'ior- -
tUgltftulun Old Dr Van Doren 3 Fall I TES' Produce consigned to the' Agents will be forwarded Stationery. I '

wbobnsmy terwuelydis |>peared a 20 Ida for Columbia Io Circuit Court Eastern Circuit 'Flur
-Hay and straw. County. *
h tTreeUio, Xew Jeney, told me on Ealurdsy from Jacksonville fur the lat two weeks He of the above to Philadelphia Lines/ret of ItDd ComntisthnSepteinherZl New York by either 21-Provender Stephen. E. Davis, Charles M. Kolb,* a PRIZES } 'TO$2OOOOO Ida for Columbia..County., .

Weaied more than eventy-five eases baa been either stolen, or tny have rune off in ', U 22-Chareole. and 'Joseph A. Fanuing1erchantatradmgundetbensona, William II. ,OilliUnd. Sidney S," .
my Ie56-6m \ ti
P3an4 jf i.ej P"ltrly. U trill nertr fail .ue of the BoU M 1 purchased him some three '' a' -Celling, packing bo'e. (. of Bill : HewelL James GUliland and Ja*. 11.*.
.once innnihi since in Cbarle ton. i 1 lit 2? Iron-work Davis, Kolb t Fanning .. H.NkkoIs 4
r4
the and Chancery
Circuit
: *ys there ii : Court of the Eastern eutlogsa ,
.AI lilt uaeb in B>ing this Oil right_ Heeler U 35 or forty years .1!I, black fellow, a I I of Florida-.uval CIrcuit Machinery and tonhc ... forForeclosure Will be distributed according to-the following Merchants and snnriring copartners,1using Bin for
-to wit:
I County .
Iftalrea advertised so long la Phila- Tailor ty trade, quite affected in bu deportment, 28-Lightning conductor' William H Oilliland,Sidney S.Howell MAGXiriCEXT SCHEME and trading aDder the name of ForectawreMortgage

*1fItia! were made by Dr. Smith's, Electric Oil lie formerly belonged to the Charlenlou StemCharles In Quincery-.Bet ire tn J 29Di..iDr..tL'Pili -- James OUliland and James of ,, GiIlilaBd.,Jlowell 4 Co .el,. .

.4111.l JL E. ... b oat Coa paay. 11. -IlOPKLS. Aetna I): MirIcn3Plainaat, 1 LA D ELPIJI.\. U. Nickels, Mortgageand f .. .
Emira 30,000 Tickets !
:: Sertaeeat j Jsck..svile. Oct. ItfBradford& Rill for Merchants and surviving partners I only Benjamin Throaton and Stephen B4

.4-AII eorner of Walnut and Eights .S&LUM., MOOBC, Defendnt.j D PO.u. .Class a7SIuno No. 1-Bricks.:' under the name of Partition efLands. : 1 Prize of..._.. 50,000 is ....;....J30,000 Eo Davis Charles 3LKatbsnd Partitle.
l\IcLin / !
the bett drnjgwt In Pbil..d.lpbiaU lowell A Co,' .' Joseph A. Fanning : "
*T Ctetrie GiU DILL <>f Complaint being filed in this cause, II Seasoned yellow-pine timber. Benjamin G-Throotoo and Hercules I" :.......,20,000 ........... 20,000 Uerebants trading under Ue.; TLamda J,
Counterfeiters .are out with ell .A T TOn N i } S ,AT LAW XJ and it appearing to the a'.ifaaion'of the M Seasoned yellow-pine lumber.' \ 1.11 ...-. :
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*ti nf worthless Court tbat K. W, Andrews. ZO.OOOis.....;.. 20,000 of I/aria,Eolb A Fanning and -
mixture. Beware, see the name NewuahtvlllePlorlda. the Defendant resides without tbe State u ,5-Qak and hard wood timber 'II Ilertuks B.W.
1 : Andrews.
-. THE Complainants this cause having this day ... .. 10,00011..10,000
E. of Florida but in the "
United State. "
.'** Saira-ia* tbe glass. ( II 1S56-.ly. on motion of Mener Call A Fleming, Solicitors of America(or, 6-Seasoned- lumber.white-pin. : .,timber- and L 1 filed their Bill of Complaint and it appearing 1 'N. ...;... 10,000.,......... 10,000 'PILE i. COmplaioanfai in this cause, 'haying this
ton of the affidavit day tied their Bill of
the by of Cnirle M.Kolb
c Complaint
of said and U
JJe "Democratic Advect5PIhl0h1 A hii or lettera :l't.'luainn; : .in the Put Complainant, it is ,&' That a, bearing of 7-Lime and hair. Complainants that all of said Defendants,one resided I" ..... 5,000.is......_ 5,000 pearing by the affidavit of William 1L ap
just vrite Dr. Smith that the Uftit'C lbtt ht Octolo.'r 156. tne f*.-ts charged n said Bill of Complaint be bad 9-Gravel and sand. 2"' ...... ... ef said OilWa l.
Hsts there I un at a term of said Court ia beyond the limit of said State,to wit: the said 2.600U .... .. 5,000 one complainant thai alTo saidDefoad-

grid say tbe OU ecU, well, and gives I Anea, S W.Jooea. John be Lotion at the, Court, sitting UOUKO in Chancery lb. town, of to !Ie g 1 10- Tin. Ikefendabt Benjamin G.Tbronton at Dahlonaga, .2. II' .. ., ... .1,000.r.,....... 2,000 ants reside beyond the limits 0 tab Stas-1.wite I,
aukiactioa ia all of that A.. U U Z Jordan C D.o.tnaker. 1-Iron, iron spike.nntl nails12 in the Slate of and tbe said Defendant the said. Defendant Benjamin O.
patti Georgia
country.MaoHAf Jacksonville, in the county of Durat In said Cir. 4a -SteeU 20'11 ....... .500 are ...*.,... 10,000 Terontosv-et
Sarah Un 2 C1asaker William ILGilluand : Dahlanaga lathe State of
JohDtton.V r' Sidney S. howell) James Georgia,the said, De
3fcMitxav, B M 1\1 AIrs Jagg, Wurown cn th t t,said on the Defendant second Monday ia January next, and *' 14-File*. GUliland and James U.,KickoU partners Ac, ia 50 ,' .....!. SOO.are. ...., 15,000 fendant Stephen E-Davis; Charles Ml Kolb aa4

Apothecary Hall!,Jacksonville, cB S.C KeLly, JI T or"demur to tbe said do bill appear complaint.on and plead answer before u 15-Paints, oil. nd glan.M ,: the city of Charleston, in the. State of South Carolina '75 ". ....... 2OO..J5'OOOAPPROXUfATIOS Joseph Fanniogia the eUy oT Auguta ntth*

General Agent for Eat Florida rown, B Joe PicQuete. An. Mrs said decree- will or 16-Ship chandlery*: and the said Defendant, Hercules. B. W. PRIZES. State of Georgia aDd the said Deteadaat"lIer.me. .
OutILI! Iw-4 n.rtn" JaAI Mn Master,. JuolrtudkkA day, or' thereupon pass,in,tbe 17-Hardware* Andrews, in the city of Baltimore, in the State o' K.W.Andrews in the city of BaUteoVe La
if
same the Defendant
-_ I )liIltrDJeu and manner as bad appeared. -* IS-Stationery. Maryland. 'Therefore motion IlU'etixLhu.p- 4 Prises. of 9400 approz.. to. 950,000 are' $1,600 I the State of Maryland. Therefore, oa motion of
was in Court .
P! J Miller I A, present '* 19-Firewood.. ton, Eq' Solicitor for said Complainants, it U ordered ,4 .. 300 20,000 are 1,200 Felix Livinston JEiqK, Solicitor for said Complain
MABD I ED. //Ufurtlter ordered That a copy of tie above 20-Hay and .tr.. f' ,I' 230 20,000 are 1,000 Is that said ..
Ilf.rr,. U DAo Cap& lilkr W A. Order be in that said DefenUntu-do appear aad answer ants it ordered Defendants do appear .,
LlP&lEk&5pItha 33tha.t.byGrnTiE.q1 i Coo.r, A Wla Mayo D 11Cona.ay. Et-atejur published lie rome* ::public uevspaper iatbw 21-Provender.ra I to said Bill of CojpU-nt,. on or betore the '4 'II 200 ," 10.OOOare 800 and answer to said BiD OB or before the first Mon
.*'turtt.L. I E ldulbbaek B Tams paee < thicet luuntlu before a 2- : I first iu .c" 115'* 10,000 are 700 day D November went a Decree
Coot, Mieanory; to Miss Fsu the day appointed fur said bearing( ; Monday Korcmbw nit, 01 a ,decree pro II .t .
2*. &vra. C M ", II.meaCobr 23- Heltin*, packing aa i noj* coiifesfo, will be taken tL.I.uit them And it is 4 150 5,000&re 600 I Ip will be taken against them.or. And it is farther or.
WILLIAM .
.VI Palatka.pwtee A. 1..d A. FORWARDS II 25-.Machinery. I 8 ". 60 .H .2, 00 are 480 p dered that publication of this .
AI C further ordered < order
-i : eU. Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eastern, ; '- i UliI! I..tha of this order be ," be asad ia
I C..ver, I J'ricb.t. Wm Cirtuit Florida .NAVAL ASLYCMi 'inle in some newj .tr f.ubUhcd within the B.tC 40 1,000 are 320 ,some newspaper published within the fattens
of in II ,
C aesey. Geo" I'riealV J It56. tilting Chancery Class N'a Clothin* I f Extern Circuit uf F. nja. MJ.-O a-week for(oar SO 'M 35 '" 500.20. 2,900 I Circuit of Florida,once a week for four ontba.

Obl1u.n.ry. oor..r. II Cbu Cut .Ddll.rvia. Wm September, [ v.-3 ] ,, 3: HMs, boots Aoes Ao : wonlht.CfJD.-ocatnl pie'.wus.to ,the said first 200 .'., 25 V! 300 are -&,OOO eoMeeativelyi previous to the said to Monday

.. this life es Tbertday the Wi lust.. C|ci,; fawael Parker, L S Notice frauds # ."3-PTuciaiflnA; > I .londiy of Xovein1,tr L. 300 20 200 are 6,000.I ia November next. i

AI" Jl.PAPT, lntle64tby.r aeber are C ronkB .Parr.Ja2 U'lihlrawal ida of In .Flor t ).4-(Traceries frtia' j ',J.1 Given at Chamber, tbis the eighteenth day .r Given at Chambers, this the eighteen** day \t

,: .lrere4IOIIC. Mary Mrs 2 PaveyII2 and Alabama. 5-Dry Ooods.. ., 'Jiue, \. I). 1355WILLIAM. 1,000 prizes amounting to9200,000 June, A.D. 1936. f I J
Ut -
r..U1i LeooiaiDl bore her Be- I>* n1IA .ltOZeiIJOO. M, 6-Bread.**. T !f-1 I } A. FORWARD .Ticket. *.S10-Hat S5.-Quarters, S2A) WILLIAM FORWARD. ,. ', II Ii j
cbriltiaa fertl&.4. A bDraW; RoW Roberts, B1'o.wfain 4'7Tobacco.., ii .JDJ_ '. I J ad--
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?a.4 lree sisters ..their Ions, and a large 11I..ard.. Wni1t.w ,1taffie. ., 'fv ChAodlerv. : ,< -.. .. ,... .I hereby certify, that the above contains a true t'eT The Managers, determined that the Ala- : hereby certify, that the above ia a true-toff -

?*#JltaU... anl friends deeply PietT" ,1:00". U J FURTHER W pnriuaooe of tbe act ectiUed''Aa "., S uarnware.. r copy of the original order filed in my .office, as bam and Georgia LotterieswU excel all other*, of the origniU order, filed in my office as appears
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:M,. ia their synpathbe Fly. Wmf ." Ray, M S Capt puUie lands in alternate see- 10- Iron and nails- ... .. appears. from the illl oftta.- Court. "P. offer to the pnblie the obove scheme which for the from the files of this Court.S ."

'Woe afietinoa. S. plnoa was lit.p&lpuk..M S.ndertwm; r. lions, to the fctate of Florida and Alabama, to aid uti i, 11-.P nU.oil, and glass.M .' ; --- .5., SCAREOROtGn brilliancy and magnifkence of its Capital*, and I : ,SCARBOROUGH ., .
H 4 or cheriebed by those wb* were ln-I I I I I .u.v/',.Jn St.pbeeT.J. 1,C. : in tbe euostrnction <>f certain railroads in said 12-Files.,; : Clerk Circuit Court O4.County. the chances of abtamios Prises of uugnuade. Clark Orenit Court CoLCSoantyBr ,-

:'It *0,.sttle4 with ler Her.death. has )kkett,3A2.rsaudes Shaffer Z. Mrs. .:.'f" Suiea," approved 17th May,1851, iastructiuns ,M' J J-Lumber. ? & ? By.S.S.MORE Deputy,Clerk. never' .been equaled. .' ,_ ._. S. 9 MORE Deputy Clerk. -

.4 a a4. tt. a.a ... Iosi a" J. D 3Forrister f narkmaa, Luke were communicated by this office to the land officers .i 14-Proeoder.' Jona28,18564mSAVAHHAH _ PtAN OF THE, LOTTERY. June 29,13364ms.Oglethope .
.p1 a'ee MFlamming Finith.G. John at KcwsaisviLiB' sat TAMFA, 'Florida on It 15-Firewood.- Thereon. Tickets -
WIsp 30,000
numbered
4 tromnUn
( MEDICAIV COLLEOS.THE .
eru .insMMva.matUta their Moneieur 'Eterenson the 6th uwt, for tbe withdrawal and -- '
George suspension (i 16Chaveoud.WASUlNGTON'D.C..
1111111.7 i of w this lHt 30000. There are 200- fall Priies &a4800 : !
ahaO Jxitturef Ap
( regular course ) '
Urtffi ia death the L Saul Win "* from a4e or location until further orders f the tdica1COUO '
GreeD Ebrppard c fSAYAXNALI
over ,
.
saeajory .
proxi. in an 1000 Prizes' -
s4-, fUiOwing described :. ,'.,, : ,will commence on the MONDAY. making : ,
RofusSmith. linda
taHatlan Gardner I falling within the .
A detlfal .later, aad j Sabrey' Clan Ko.1-Bricks.- \ I la November next be"continued for four! The drawing takes place in :public under the
aad ,
conj limit of ,
probably aeleetMm f' the ,
".. ft 4.L ) Grimes, J O. Taapa Bay. '' 2.-Stone. Months. superintendence of two sworn Commissioners. I GEORGIA. .- ,,-W .
flladrg Pete MraflarreU Tamer L,- Jlaiaf tem Railroad said Slate to wit: -f 'rilE
tlm1ler.t BegularOurseat7tat
-U ,
-- Yellow-pine R, D. ARNOLD, JL Di-Piof Theory and ilha Cumbers from I to 30,000corresponding &*abar
Jawee TlxiMaa, II. R. OFFICEAT NEU'NANSVILLE.All M Yellow-pine I umber.f 'Practice Medicine.. with the Ii.aberrentheT1eketa printed on separate .JL Institution,, win oommeae* on the PIES?.
(lower, Ckarle Mrs Turner K Wr.a, the laads situated south of the body of M .; oc of eneir lod MONDAY of,November nut.
ships with
ltan White-pine. rprBce,JalperaD4r' Po'AI. KOLLOCK M.D Prof.Obstetrics and paper are small. tin The.raeuUyU,
HalL WaabinrtuoHarmon Tlis; IeEV land horetaiore withdrawn for the Cedar; Key timber.; Diseases c.c Women and Children j-" tabs, and placed ia one wheel. roustltwt.dsafoflows.vlsm iv
away UM -p, TT. B.Vietl > Branch EjilroaJ i wert of the line which dirges a. 7-Lime aad hair ,W.'.G. BULLOCH M.D -I-roT Prmdp1aDr- 'The first 200 Prizes,similarly printed .and encircled JUL L. BYRD I.-DW aa4 Pm'

(ot 20ua Set .wW, a called I Hall B E Herman rwiges twenty-four aed twenty-fivet and north ..u8Cement Practice of Surgery,' ,'ate placed"m another wbeeLTbe tie* of K..neiDe. ...:_ ii
..*'tLT015 W 'WO: UESBY.bUes aegresaaa boat Iliggiobottom X Wills.W.Y. of tna has dl\'Wlql4lwDlhipi nineteea and. twenty IiII 9-Sand and gravel -.' J.'O.'HO WARD.M., D.-VrJ.- r of Anatomy. wheels are1 then revel!".. a 1I1IIDbei'n HOLMES STEELS M-D,Prat Obstrlot sM -

'bMLIgtLuaduiv. look wbesi lIisHsad, DeBiee 'WUliam."W; ti.II.sdrlck'i1 OFFICE At' TAY'. 1Ireo,iron suilsfind pikes.. 'El 1L MAKTIX,"MProt Institutes of1L front the wheel of N'umbew; and' the same .liaeaees of Women aDd1. -. ev

.. fien IIJI M1'8111a1a fcoafc sadtItMl.ods Kisbet Mrs. Williams Caleb All the land* sit.a ted west:of tbe line dividing II 12.-s'eeL \ .1 Medicine. : time a Prise U drawn from tha other wheel. The ,WESLEY C_NOEItOODD.pJgg,..,
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eye
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war aerowktw rirtlarm Jut above Ilardea. E Capt Weston )t. Mrs ranges t.eely-f'>.r amid twenty.flre and aorta'of II I3Pic J;B.BEl D _..-of., tit.I.diQ, nd1Ie4. number aod Priie drawn o*t are opened and es. via Medfca and.MedIcal Jujtsprudeoc;T : .

J will *. t2S far bis delivery e4 Hammon Wi. Weeto. M' E4.. the line which divides townsbij. thirty and thirtyone. !"- 14-Pile* ;' Y .1f' inriaprodeLe." > : : hibited t* the ,anJien-e, and registered, by,.the THOMA3 tt CHIVERSr DZrotp .
ia rl.-r. r WBen I eM cet hisa. II.". E Mary tiU. ,WiUon VTiaw .H 15Paiasitsangl9J(1 -JOcEPU JOE3;. 'DProt' of" ;Melieai Commissioner the Pm being pLAced agalnat the logy and Pathology.
PHILIP DELL. ,' lle.iy 'ood..r4;&' I Given under my'hand at the General Land of.&MIL.eityo .. 16 -6hip ekndlry4 Chemistry. d umber drown Ton operation ia repeat until A.JU.Ss. OaZL,x. 1) p Aaa.t

;.elsIvltlSOcLIS. 18S4f Jtyner U52 ZiaPiera2uP.Dr.J.uprMrr.Mrs .! (. Washington, this'niath day : J03. J. WEST MtD -Demonitrator,Ot Aaa- all,the Prima are drewa out. w J..W, BENSON,...JiD I.huIJ'r.fIacipl..a4

aa September, 1856. JOUN 18. .', Practice of Surgery. ._ -
Jocraal 8Utii
;14uitid win 4ease smtil MOOD ary." v'I' 10ml. 'Apr81IMaUo.lThet1ropeeedIDc -' '
| cry Pereons eaJKsig for My of the above letters win I gept 26-6W '.: Commissioner. ..t ,J9-Firewood .,. ". .:.", J. OH0WARD'MD-D.a- of tbS- : Faculty.' and toO two succeeding$ambers those drawing LAWRESCB/.ROBEET 1'01. ;1; __ .'_ _."
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p1 Pay they are advertised or they not 1 I eal"...IdrJ. rn- hi
may 2O-Bay( &ad"ra.**" ., > v Sept 6th. 1856. the first 200 Pntea wiLl be entitled to the BOO An- -
NcrnCE .t tIJe.UL OEOTI/E, P. Mtlarsell Notice 1 ." tmatAQstL WLLLIAMt'PE4Y, If. Di1t 3 "1f
IS n1IEtr GIVEN : 21-Pro eDdar. 11 -t.sv < proz FT135I aecurdiug to lbs Seheiiie.; f : 1 -
.iuiluatuos will be .. I. .Uae THAT G.-aI Al'Ale .ocieborl.tliSS& .kerebyglveiithat'appnaatloninll ,.:. t. ;" IJ:. riHv'r 'Ii" 1'N ti..nh.Y, If r f :CtlUmewiier that every Pnie,is drawn,.and Chemistry._ ->- --- '*4>*''-! -ra

; .Z5.Woriia ks,ant FMtion.te iao -:--- '-.' LAN! WABHAST8.TflBiTNPERSIGKED NOTICE" ta ihe.LegUUtare of tbe'Suteof 1& 23-B.ttlsgpaeklng. ad hoee.1't.$ imCE Is'Wrebj p i 'Ii-1t tma aeuwi d. i ... .., t. .' E-J.OUVEJiOSMDDealcPst! V afAm-.
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;;,GIe'4aeric Telegraph CofapMtai ala. v 1.,!!.cJ.SlI.111t.; FlAridsl! at 4u:MZ-session for'a Charter for a a-4l L1LZt3RFULK.- e .# ,"/L N '\ . ; mediately after the dra other Prima ,for the full coarse, S10* )
.,. 18K. Bank at Jacksonville U be called the Bank of the at Us next session for a Charter for the wing at tbeunal biPWstio
Bricks. <5 .
a,4-4( JVQ.: X. Class K* I- time attain dain full without .Demonstrator tlO, Gradaation$30. -
". !tat ef !. lilt It. liSe. II -Sfml.. Florida, Savannah aad Charleston Steam Packet.Cwajwuy. ; deduction For feather iaforuiatioB, wm- it
All commnnicstioci
Jul7 19. l strictly eonflieatiaL The
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-, PLATVOIlJl IX pansion of the energies and capacity 'of -. ,NEWS"V -
A MARVELLOUS"KEMEDYl THE "FLORIDA NO. .
ltULL.w. iUCJ2flt
this grr&tandjvogrcuiv.people.i w_ : s- 'jjotd
w _
iteM length th*>(TIirtft>n >'juiopt. The follovnug 1 are the auppkmcnlary"re- *PORAMAVELLOL7S. ACE Jnnbili'! | jnntingHAVING @Mct.VTrV. ; > : 0. t
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...... .ed volotioni' tyr the .Cincinnati of" the: Baltimore Coqvcntioni' Convention The re- solutions' ia r.Tatlonto the KansasNesntftlor4n 'i j k Waslhtgton) 'Stores, TIns HOTEL JACKSONY1LIR U Mw(pen for:iL.\

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"brtita of 'Th. .
policy 1ID 1ersr
.tvht! reaffirmed, are M follows: V t Iat
that M ba
) .1 .1lt.ie 'Thai the Amcricad |)<$nocraj : the gnternment -" I OUNTING'IIOU' ALfNAC, -. No. 3'Sammrs Iilock, Bay-st. hi* patron*the the abil4 vry brag IDd'tI&eeoqnWIht--OII a.11.

I .01 .l;:? place Jheir trust i in the Intelligence* thejcpatriotiitni And Whereas Since the foregoing deckvratian 856. .Jacksonville Florida.: will guara. to the trayelliac lit

J 0 and the discriminating jbstkvtTth was uniformly adopted ty bur predecepsonifn : '' -- pah'o1 alsbcl bi W. Umivee. the but r.n ._
LA American jwopte. : National Conventions adverse 'A VV : th.i.1t. TbMehiit3 .
an A
DIIt4I.
1 .. fA .. tof "C : : f. opeI aM' his 1II&g's'set .
."- "Tit...regard tnTs as a disrof politics! and religious test baawbeen Q Q "I Q '. II a V h. a.11trie1 ittntie lid ".
I yrf&t re oer'creed which'we : secretly organized by.. party claiming to II : ; : = = c NeSpiiug ralecpatronage..,to aaarie to...

I )rPI4tIflaiIitaamlr.the world as.: be udnsinJy.AUK", and it fs proper V V. "1S56. : ; 1856. = ; : = s.. J : Iibetal.1aro.I01a BOZ"'lrIllh

IUOM! element in a form or goTcrti* I that th American Democracy ahouM clear madexteajire ,,__ L I> I '4 1\\ ; 1 _t .I -f C" W. DeW pI' > ANDSummerGoods tbb'tt
E' .Ointmeiit = = a : V
Holloways 'f ; pj'ist&1kTiJlIT
I tfpffrtgtng from and upheld by a gop* ly deBa ha delations ,hereto : therefore, ; a Ju'l' T I 2 3 4 5Jtiv_ -. 1 2 4 5 V ,' '
ttlcf'will rand we contract it with the I Rcsolred, Tliat the foundation 'of this .arrange- 6 7 '8 9 to 11 t2 6 ,7 8 9 10 11 12 pared V k>>xecnt i at TIlE -
: ,of .been laid in TilE GRAND EXTERNAL 'RE l.EDY. 13 1-1 15 16 t1 IS 19 tJ I. 15 J6 n IE 19 -
: {reed and practice of FcJeraliaoi? nnde.r i Union Slates, having ; tsp :
; aentaoit.beuec.'It .t 2"l2"J 242526 notice .
:4 2t ,
.. I : 13 2 21 the..liore ; .nOt
r rni""lht'lame4 fwrni/whlch, ) seeks tu I prosperity,expansion and pre- minent example By tb* silcf i a ntSacioseope, we tee million of :z2S39.31-- 7929O3l-- \ "" '>. '
'.. "ot. the and in free government, built upon entire tittle on the surface 'of our bodies.- I 2 J Is nowpnkulp.z1Iij.jj.peD ro t.1Io&eeoIDIao.Ia oe
; I .. tbosttb"nt openings tlonorTrydesoriptionof pi'y. 1 2 ArG't' all kinds of- liE SUBSCRIBERS have just received a gen of Tr.,.
t ,4,.. .which concchci nd inun- freedom. in matters of religious concern, Through these this Ointment, when rubbed the 3.5618 { V .T- eral! assortment of DRY GOO>S, a*rleir &he comforts 'W .wlao"iI1lDt1.
popular crVduIitr. and no respect of persons 'in .regard to HiD U cArried to any organ or inw *}(. Din- '-, I to 11 12 )3 14 15 16 1011 12 13J14 15 t6 Pampblets, store, wbirh FOR CASH they wm..n. cheap be furnished limit MID'". 'tt1wW
,., eM' rani ewes cift&e Kidney, ,disorders of the Liver, aS- t7 18 19 'O 21 t Z'l :3 n 18 19 20121 2'l23I with the etaOieet&q
I therefore, That "entertaining or place of birth, no party can justly as any other House in tlie country. They have whilst .
fection ,of tho heurt Inflammation nf the Long .Dremittia
$ J **'Ufccae ics: the democratic then be deemed nationat, constitutional, or inlOeordaMe .Attnma* Coughs and C.ld are by Its means effxtBally I obPriuiIug, ,, 2-1' 2S 26 7 28 9 -1 ;4i25, 26- -29 -30 Law'ntanta. adopted the principle of"Small Profit and quick topletse. tbatguccrn,, albt. 1riIJ lie I;
Mia'i---- -
." prtY10f 21128 and invite the attention of,the Pnblie tIh1a.J
I 0 Taion, through their with American principles,which caret Every houswife knows that nfl ;, 2 3 4 5 67 8Szr'i-l I 2 ; 56 Return to examination, 'of their Stock before fU II'.. .I7Chre. IIIodere ,. If""
pareauiag
*P000.' couveution of the Sttu. conf bases its exctn&ive organization upon religious paNel freely through bone or meat of any thick-. Th.ttent1onoftho.eV 9 to 11 12 13 14 15 7'8 9 10111 J2 13 ,Business Card*) els an here. In It will be found the following,with V ISAAC CktUA.so
00 Ie ew '
I toning together, in a spirit of of opinions and accidental bin U place. nose This healing Ointment fur more readily 16iISl92O23 J l4l5i6l7lSl92O other articles toe numerous to mention Bay-Pert, I.mandll C..,
devotwn the doctrine laith of a 'bat tre/eiterate with renewed energyof penetrates through any bone or fleshy part: of thio ,wUInPrintlmrg. 2J 2125 26 2125 29 21:22: 2J 24 25 26 21 Visiting Cards, many South Fioj Id'd-cq .
,
I t all the molt dangerous inward I DRY GOODS.
living body curing J03t----
.free representative government, and purpose't the well: CUD side ref I declarations I complaints that cannot be reached by other means done Is particularly Prints .
: 2 3 5 Circulars Ginghams A Rare
4
AM OCT'a. ,
,
r for the .p of former conventions the sectionals 28'29130---- Cfiance is
!
Oft
,1 citizens
Jaling ta their fellow upon ERYSIPELAS. SAIL 1UIKUM: & SCORBUTIC 6789101112 ) Grenadines to-
** -u'e of domestic and invited to this office.! Jackonets a
titude of their intentions renew and resfisert slavery concerningthe V
: IIUMORS. I.' 13 14 15 16 17 l lEI 19 I Hand Dills Florence Siltlawns V Illusion 1

before the American ppl the ,tie reserved rights of the States; and that No remedy has ever done to ranch for theeor Terms,Invariably 2oiv;: 2i24 2526 i92u2l; 222324: 25 ,Muslins VV :Blacksmith and W ehvrighl
; 1 } them we more distinctly meet tho issue on 212829 JO 26272829 :0 31 V V
'elsratiotis of principles may ofdiieasoiof the Skin,,whatever, form they may i r Bills, Cravats 'Hosiery.. HB ,. } enloUal
*t'l whenon, furweroccasionA, in.general! con7k : which a fractional party, subsisting exchi- auume as thi? Oiutineat. No caes of SMt Rheum tir: CASU.- Mu_ -(- I 2.31'SOY'a.' I Grass Skirts V the Lot 105 feet n"an. ,., .

fcnliuo, they' presented their candidates ej-dy on slavery agitation, now' relies to Scurvy, Sore Hood, Scrofula, or Krysiplas, can 4 5 6 7 151611'8 9 2 I--.I- 7 S Bills Lading- Oenaburghs.V depot and Wnew gnrallv COmirsImieney&. ta
test the the North and long withstand Its Influence The inventor ha* II 12113 14 14 15 Ticking, Plaids, chased with or without Ca5 .
v.) r fidelity people
> the popular suffrages.Ot ; Orders from the I tool I'D
I 181920 2t 2. 22 pili tertiiu.
lo 2'l2J
rt travelled of the globe visitingthe 16111111819120 'l1 Mnsquito NetsRibbons Braids P. 8. llMoa
l : I the Ct-erl government i is one of South, to the Constitution and the Union. over many part .. 252627 29292031: 23,2-125213127 28 29 Bills of Fare,. IwHI f Bam w.. ,
"at dispensing this Ointment amid C hl, C.
principal bntpitnls, Whale Bone and wheels
Hooka Eyes
Resolved That fellowbhip with C 0 U n h will be ,. _ cuniphek.ale
I I powers, derived. solely, from the claiming giving w\ice. to its application and has thus 7 J n I 2 3 4 5 6 7 Linens aDd HuC1' springs also a ioi of ..
I j .Cottutio and the grants, of power and desiring the t co-operation of all who been the mesas of restoring countlts* numbers to 8 9 to 11 12 13 14 IDXC'I1. JOt- '2 3 I 4 5 6 Labels,' Checks.Itarcges. V V work; suitable fur F.rme a qlUlDtit, ofnadl1ac1,
A ought be strictly conH regard tho preservation of the Union tinder I health. prompUy.ueeutef. 15 16 11 18 19 20 21 9 lOhI 12 13 Gro De Rine Silks all ofwbichnD,1Ie, anti Tualler ..

t : 1do therin by all the departments t and agents the constitution as the paramount issue SORE LEGS,SORE BREASTS WOUNDS JOS.F.ROCERO '22 2J 24 25 _26'27 28 I 16 11118 19 20 ic.. dc. Cambric, Bobincts, ,May .J-tt bought.y, .J.\Sa low.ea1I&IItI .
.tue [ 21122 23 24i25 262728.2l30.311 DeLaines A.l An.1I
'I government; and that it is and repudiating all sectional' parties and & ULCERS. 29130 i-- : -1- 1 Crane, ,

____i dient ani dangerous to exercise inep platforms concerning domestic slavery, Some of the mont scientific surgeons now rely Spool (Totton, Cords, V V V V JACOB -

II, ; ful conttitntional powetst which seek;to embroil the Slates and incite solely on the use of this wonderful Ointment when Brown Sheeting, Bleached, Sheeting, COHEIYrto "

I Ip -. 2. That the constitution does not confer to treason and armed resistance to law in baring to cope with tlte wont eases of core*,wounds Stripes, Drills. liROADVSTflE'CflARLETON .t.
the, Territories \\'huscl1vD\\"cd ulcers glandular swelliTgs,and tumor Professor Staving. .1 Webbing
the the to'l' purposes S. CARO'j
general government
power
I vpon has commund of the Allied Qorernmcnts YjJtoltrt
., llolkmay by Inserting Men's "Si
4 f if consummated must end in civil Edging Shirts -
war
r; eoninence and on a system ,
I carry dispatched to the hospitals of the East,large.bil'meotJ
et 'Internal tmprorerocnta.S. gnerl and disunion, the American democracy recognize of this Ointment,to be used under the IF Linen! Cambric, Handkerchiefs, &c., &c.V Ii:( ncfionccr
j 1 ;
; Ji\ 'That the constitution docs not confer and adopt the principles contained direction of the Medical Staff;in the worst eases V *, BOOTS AND ShlOEc.Larlies' c ,
4 in the laws the Territories wounds. It will cure ulcer, glandular iwel '
thorti upon the federal government, organic rstabli&htng any Black Silk Congress Gaiters. Axe VV
,t .. 1 ':4i or indirectly to assume the debts of tKansas&ud Nebraska as embo- ling etifforas or contraction. -the- joints, even of 'Colored Ties. ":- : : : :

; ;! .f.the several States, contracted for local dying'the only sound and safe,'solution of 20ycars,standing.PILLS AND FISTULAS.These Leighou & Russell u Fine,English'Kid Slipper 1 pn'nnJt-rgon. "i. I
;
;: internal improvements 01 other State purposes the slavery question. upon which the great g' : 'a V w French .** V aCTS AND Kits OK COMVUSI03, .
: ; nor would such assumption be just national idea (of the people of this while and other similar: distressing complaintcan U 'Goat Bnskins Lands
1 ; ; bo effectually cured if the Ointment be wet SASH V : i Negroes,. Stocks;Bond .
r l,, t I tr expedient. I country can repose in its determined conservatism rubbed in over the parts effected, and by others BLIND "' ,' u Kid ."-.*y ,,

". : '1 4. &hatjustice and sound policy forbid I of the Union; non-interference wise following the printed directions around each V, _- ,Kid.T'ics', < : f V &C7 &c., &c.

p to". the federal government to foster one branch I bv Congress with ''slavery. in States and pot. li ,Enameled Boots, VV -t V V ,i V 17 Liberal adraucree made till I'np.rtl'

; .industry to the detriment of any other, Territories; that this was tile bisisl'or' the IJoth. tfit 01 lie men t and Pill should be DOOR MAN F Misses' Tarudt Buuta, V .,,"' "s ; J:" V: CL2i.IS5&ly

4..' e :' :. far to clicrUh the interests of one portion compromises of }&$ o. confirmed by both used in the fvlhwinz cases: ACTURERS Bora Shoes; -. ,. t "V '

,.;.. .I, I '. to the injury of another portion of our -thc democratic and whig parties in national Bunion Sore Leg JIen'8,Fine BoolsV titt .Ii., ..Q., PIN-NKNEYt J

\1 omuion country that every citizen and '! conventions, ratified by the people in the Burn Sore Breast THE subscribers beg leave respectfully to inform the citizens of Shoes (tATB TUNJIO mrKSKT* .
Hand Sore Head CO-I
'." t every section (if' the country has a light to election i>f lt;:31, and rightly applied to the Chipped Chilblain Sore Throat and surrounding country tbat they have a large establishment in Charleston S.C-; V Kip Bmgans, V ; FACTOR

'Y. ,I demand and insist upon an equality of I organization of territories in Ib51; that by Fistula Sore of all kinds with every facility that such establishment can profitably work_ for the manufacture of ." Slippers, AID

: i rights and privileges, and a complete and I the uniform application of this democratic Gout Sprain; Sashes Blinds Enameled and Fancy Sb esj COMMISSION

..; I ". Ample protection of persons and property principle to the organization of territoriesand Lumbago Scald and Door Cloth tipped"UaiternV MERCHANT,
from domestic lenco and foreign aggres- I the admission of new States, with or Mercurial Eruption Swelled Gland ", North, Commercial Wharf.une23
: without domestic Pile Stiff J ointaRbeuuati.m ripIIOn.f, also JOtLDIXGS or the Lasting Congress Gaiters,' ] Charleston S. C. '
slavery, as they may ;; any pattern at shortest notice K w
ion. lather
: 7&sffB3ability ? their work tipped '
elect the of all the State willbepresened I'lcers guarantee to be worth euo'bnndred branch ofthe equal rights per more
of ,
5. That is tbe duty every Salt Kheum Venereal Sores rn m.de work sold ,n this market Price current lists II oar work can le Youth Brogans < FROST &, BOULTER
Government to enforce and practice intact the original compactsof Skin Di!,!>ts Wound of all kind seen on board the Steamer Carolina. Give us a trial March 29 u call Brugans. V ,

the most rigid economy in conducting our the constitutions maintained inviolate, -.*Sold at the :Mtinufttctoric of Professor Hot. Childrcns' Shoes Stock & Ac. General Commission Merchants
: afl'aiaslIud that no more revenue : and the erpeluatioii and expansion of this LOW AT, SO Maiden Lane, New York and 244 a large 0. lOt ate Street Boston

*. public raisid than is required to defray Union ensued to its utmost capacity of Strand, London, and by all respectable Druggist WACTHES JEWELRY -SILVER WAREAND HATS AND CAPS. \TTILL strict and JIQtf.
.' ought to be pay prompt attealba to III.
and Dealer of Medicines throughout iho United A good assortment comprising of MENS LEG- VY
( :11 t :: j "the necessary expenses of tho Government embracing, in peace and harmony, every State, and the civilized world,in l'uts, at 25 cents, HORS, PANAMA, STRAW PALM LEAF, ther Southern of LUMBER -TL\l DEll. COTTOS a4
future American State that be constituted Produce.
..:' and for gradual but certain ex- may 621.2 cents, and 81 each. WOOL and FELT HATS, together with Chil- oct7 tf
Unction of the public debt. annexed with a republican form C"cf: There is a considerable caving by taking drens' flats and Bloomers. -- OLIVER FROST.

; ., 6. That Congress has no power to char of government.Resolced thelargea size*. Fancy Goods. SADDLERY.A V ROYAL BOCLTEE.

ter a National Bank; that we believe such That we recognize the right N 11.disorder Directions affixed for the to guidance each Pot.of patient in well selected stock;suitable for the demand NOTICE.

aninfctitution one of deadly hostility to I of the (icoplc of all the Territories, including every_ are ". _0 V of V the market.HARDWARE. A PPLICAT10N will be made toll.Honor tt*

k. the best interest of our country, dangerous Kansas and (t.raska acting through CENTRAL STAGE GEORGE' FLAGG f\ Judge of the Circuit Court for the Ruttra

II' to our republican: institutions and the tie fairly expressed will of the majority of HOLLOW WAni; RAzors, SCISSORS, COFFEE titrnit of Florida after the. asset ti_ef rwtie
LINE. according to law for
MILLS, SCREW FILES, permission tottlteertaia
POWDER
and calculated to actual resident and whenever
( liberties of the lJeol\1l', ; the number tolsL6oza.xrlll o Eas't F1.orlc1.a. land situated in
."y T"ROM ALLIGATOR via AEWXANSVILtE, SHOT LED, DPvAWlXG KNIVES, Nassau sad 51,Julia*CuaatiM
..". place the Winces of the country within of their inhabitants justifies it, to forma jii1ICANO1'I1 and FLEMINGTOX to OCA- WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that V KNIVES, FORKS and CARVERS, belonging to the Estate at Peter Puns fecN**!,
the control a concentrated money power, I constitution, with or without domestic semi-weekly, carrying be has
,, .', .l and above the laws: and will of the peJrlef I Iri slavery and be admitted into the Union Mail and connecting with TALLAHASSEEand again opened at ROPE, TACKS, BOLTS, JDAylo-ti JtliN M. POS

!: !, e ind that ,the results of Democratic upon terms of perfect equality with the JACKSONVILLE STAGES at ALLIGATOR SUMERS' BLOCK LOCKS, P ERG US- V Jacksonville, April >0.'56., Adnuai trtr.(

: JeeUlation in this and all other liuan-jl other States. ,and with T.UIPAandPALATKAST.\G ES with a large and well lectcd stock of' SIGN CAPS,
:.,\ issues have been at OCA LA. PLAINS, GOUGES POCKET KNIVES, WANTED
which
tint mtasuresupon The owners announce that they are running, WA',nE B waw vaA A SPRING BALANCESNAILS,
the two political )i-artiw- of TilE FORE'lCFOLIC\ OF TIIF.GOVEULIET.Resolrcd A or Two Hundred Negroes to work
tie
Biade between and *ill continue to run, comfortable Stage on N ) BUTTS, HOOKS STAPLES SPADES, AXES, ONE I
p the countryliac demonstrated to pracii- finally, That by the condition this line for the accommodation of Passengers. SPIRIT LEVELS,'BUTCHER'and SHOE Rail-Rftid, for whom the kijW

\ .,. eat men of all parties their soundness, safety of the (topular institutiensof thvold woild WRIQHT A CATIIKY.A FANCY GOODS, KNIVES, COTTON CARDS BELLOWS wages will V be paid. Apply to .

\ and utility in all business pursuits. II and the dangerous tendency of sectional enl. at Alligator.L. to which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting ray Goods direct from the V HOOKS! and HINGES, Sept A.JOSEPH n IG.\Y. Jackovellis,
U
0 .M.SCARBOROUGH, I to offer customers inducements WINDOW STOPS, A t< .-. or CQLE Onn- AtilI*. V
., the eejiaration of the moneys of New York Manufacturers, am prepared my both as n.lI
Lined with
7. That the -
agitntiun.com to
attempt Agent at Ncwnani-villo. S A W S U A R ES
Sr Q
be in Charleston ,
4 that cannot Savannah.
instilu surpassed
; the Government from all banking enforce civil and religious, disabilities JOHN LEA regards style and price, or RULES, CARPEN.' _
for the safety of the. Among my assortment may be found ,Smith & Bradford.
p I .'\ tions Is indispensable against the right of acquiring citizenship !' 15 Agent at Ocala. TER.'S SASH _

funds of the Government and tho rio"hts' in our own land, the high and sacred duty T .'A.J30UER.SWANTED WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do., NAPKIN TOOLS CHISELS,TAP QREKS> ATTOISNKY ATL.VW
; _
-f' ef the people. is devolved with increased responsibility RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS, Ac., Ac. Ac., .tc.,AJf. aod201IC1T5S
: GOLD PATENT LEVERS, (full jeweled,) WOOD-WARE such IH APT
FINE BROOMS
embodied as BUCKET3y ,
liberal principles ,
; ; 8. lImit the upon the Democratic party of this country If" Constantly on hand and made to order from pure
V DETACHED
4 I in the Declaration of IndcKndince. will aevcuty-fire (75)) cents day coin, and warranted PAILS AXE HELVE. Ae. Alligator and fi'einantrine, Fla.V
pay per
H' by Jefferson as the party of the Union, to uphold and WE 'a II LAPINES, :BOOKS STATIONERY.
sanctioned in the Constitution and board, or one dollar per d:IY without \\1 WILL attend rfiiij.tj! to an hsInesl'lItlut..atf.
and
maintain the of with A without hunting cases)
right every state; and board, fur laborers to work on the FLORIDA, ( 0 UT LE Y Blank Books Fools Cap and LettePcpevhncils, .
I ', which makes ours the land ol liberty i'|I thereby the union of the States; ana sustain ATLANTIC and U ULF CEXTItAL itAt LROAD. SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do.do. From the celebrated Manufactory of Gco. Westen"L.l'IXE8. Wafers lit Searihg Wa. wit!; H selection of X. WHIT.MITB, I V ..MABFOM, V

;; ': !. and the asjlum of the oppressed of every and advance among us constitutional Payment to be made at the end of every thirty DETACHED do.do. do. bolm A Son, consiting of School Jo, ll. Standard: Works and light reading. Ofice at Alligator. j I Office at 'wnaMv il!*

have ever been cardinal principle resist all dl's'ork to on the first day of ju1J 1.1
; nation, liberty by continuing to monojxj- commence From good maker, which will l be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS GROCERIES AntI PROVISIONS.A : .>
in the Democratic faith; and every attempt lies! and excluoiic legislation for the benefit March next. time RAZORS. Ac. ffeSJ! assortment of Family Groceries, Hams _
1" to abridge the privilege of becoming citi- of the feat the expense of the A J. MILLER CO. good kepeis- Baoon !'ork1 Lard, Beef Tongue,Mackerel Potatoes
many
.. t; I f- tcns and owners of soil among us ought to and. by the vigilant adhcarance to these Office Janus, "Jack y 2, 1356-tf ondl1e, East Florida." JEWELRY. FACT G:: :1). Beans, Flour, Bread, Crackers, Jte., .. 'Go C. Gibbs,

be resisted with the same spirit which principles and the compromises of the constitution Consisting of Such as CORALS, POItfE 3IOXi. ACCOR WINES AND UQUORS.
S. & E. M.
swept the alien and sedition law from our which are broad and fctrong Gilbcrtser GOLD GUARDS FOB AND VEST CHAINS. DIONS, PERFUMERY LUBINS ASD'- Fine Old Brandy, New' Whiskey: Baurbonn Jacksonville, Fla.
If book. MANUFACTURERS and DEA CHATELAINS, LOCKETS, BRACELETS OTHER EXTRACTS,'FCY"SOAP Whiskey, Rectified and Common Whiskey, Champagne
embrace and :
tatu'e to the Uirion
\ has no under! enough uphold t LERS in all descriptions of CARLtTAGES PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS, SEALS, PAPICR-MACHEE. JEWEL CASES Madeira and Port Wine, Schnapps, .. COHHSSIOXEH OF DEEDS
9. That Congress power as it was, and the Union as it is-tl.c (Union at Nog. 35 and 40 Went.\ DIAMON RINGS, REGARD Do. ROSEWOOD WORK
the constitution to interfere with or control it shall be in the full THIMBLES, SLEEVE FANCY GOODS FOB THE STATES OF
I as expansion of worth Sli eel, and :c? 7 Haynt Street, CharlestonOur GOLD BOXES, PORTABLEWR1TIFG
the domestic institutions of the several the energies and capacities of hid great Stock is an extensive one, and purchasersare AND COLLOR BUTTONS DESKS Perfumery, Soaps, Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes MAINE, VIRGINIA.

:', States, and that all such State are the progressive people. respectfully requested to call on us, as we can STUDS,,CUFF PINS RETICULES!, FANS; C03t S, Dressing Combs, Looking-GIaji, :Jko. MASSACHUSETTS, NORTH CABOIW.I,

sole and judges of everything ap--' offer great inducement in style and prices; and BROOCHES, EAR RINGS, BRUSHES, THERMOMETERS The above,which enumerates but comparatively RHODE ISLAND, :SOUTH CAROLINA,
:'. / '. proper their affairs not First-Jiesulced, That the question con- any articles bought at our establishment are warranted GOLD SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES ; CHILDREN few article of our present Stuck, we offer to NEW YORK, ALABAMA.
C ruining\ to own that; all eflorts pro-I nected with the foreign policy of the coun- in every respect. July 8-tf PLAIN AND SETT RINONS, TOYS TEA BELLS, attract the attention of the Public, trusting that PENNSYLVANIA, MISSISSIPPI,.

bited fcy the constitution; try is inferior to nu domestic question CHILDREN LOOPS. SCARF PINS, Ac. Together with various other articles too numerous those who may be induced to call upon uiby it wlI. MARYLAND LOUISIANA,

*f the abolitionists or others made to induce whatever. The time has coine.for the J* lloluics. SILVER WARE.tomnention.. have no reason to regret the same. I V ap26 TEXAS. tf
.
t Congress to interfere with questions I IHOpk 100 Wal Street, If. Yo. April 25 BURTON fc GllAVES.State .
of the United States to.declire themselves DINING AND DESSERT N. B.-CLOCKS,WATCHES, and JEWELRY !
r ttt slavery,or to take incipient steps in re- in favor of free WILL pay particular! attention to sales o I Yel COMPRISING thorouhty repaired and van anted at the thortet a
and SPOONS ; ,
I seas progtvMvc / Pine I Live Oak FORKS,TABLE DESSERT AND TEA ggg fy iW
calculated to lead lo the \ Lumber and
_ '" /; klion thereto, arc free trade throughout the, work!. And, by other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE and SUGAR SCOOPS SALT AND MUSTARD Do, notice. a&r TERMS CASH. [oct28-ly ',iiTtUtml it.c.A"D OFFICE F.A.A U. CKSTBAL RAIL BO AD J
i DOlt alarming and dangerous consequences, solemn niamfectations JACS0JVILLZFLA.AVgnEt25,1836. t
', to place their moral to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.Jinf .
I ;? and that all such efforts have an inevitabletendency influence by tho bide of their successful 7-tf Jacksonville .'OuD rl Apo'thecarvEJaU 'fUE Stockholders of tbe Florida, Atlaotie A
4: todiminibh the happiness of the I Js lJLA9F Marine Central Rail Road are hereby notifei
.) and endanger the stability and permanency example_ Jcivclry Jewelry !11! u'p : Tea An 'ej Insurance,Co.. that *>seventh instalment of five percent.apes ti*
.0 r ople Second Retolred Tliat Depository: Capital Stock of said Companyhas been called is,
the Union and ought not tobecouBtcnanced.byany our geographical lACrilNE 'Or FEJtSSTLVlSIA. .
of WORKS.
II I : friend pf our p0litical and political position,with reference to WM. GROTHE Dcmoved.. to tbe New Store In Holmes Corner ofFuwfa and Martet-Stt.lThrrfsburg. to be paid on or before the.first day of OcIoblrnuL'
,
0 the other States of this continent, no less TUE ino' DIM, being male Jitaninre and uUdh;*:, opposite Dr. Ilaldwlu raNvsrLTAaiic1n.1D1ta ,
institutions.getolrtd va.lublolapro/elan't in their eUolUh (Office Jacksonville. V Br order of tho Boar
.. Tl.t the foregoing, proposi- than the interest of our commerce and the WATCEIftlAKCR I ment, are now prepared to lurn'uh I WHERE I. kept constantly on hand a large and ]. $850,000. G. C. GIBBS,

won covers) tnd w'as intended 'to embrace development of our growing power, requires 40 I steam Engines, of any required power, from selected assortment of CHARTER PERPETUAL. gec'y 1 Treasurer A.A G.C.B.&C*.

'. the whole subject of slavery agitation inCoDcrefi. that we hold to the sacred principles Jeweller 1 to 100 horses; : V DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,. TNSURE BUILDINGS Perpetually, MER- Jacksonville! Sept. 30, lSS-W -
1
therefore the democratic involved in the .Monroe doctrine._ Saw Mills: Always received by the latest arrivals,warranted CHANDISE FURNITURE, VESSELS h io
and (NEXT DOOR TO THE' rosT-ornce.) Surar Mills JDone fresh and Port and their CARGOES, and other
genuine. Property
Their bearing and import admit of misconstruction Also, V Felix
:
',arty (f the Union, standing on this na- no .FT AS on hand a cplended assortment of fceantirl Powers; Perfumery, Combs, Brushes against. loss or damage by fire.DIRECTORS. : Livingston,
anti should be Soaps,
A _'tfonal platform, will abide by and dbere applied with ful and unique; JEWELRY of the latest Grist Mills Lamps; Burning Fluid, Ac., .. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
c to a faithful execution of the acts known unbendins rai<5ditr. styles and fashions, such at and all other machinery used In this country. which will be sold low for cash. : .
the compromise measures fettled by TbirdIj-Jesut'cd,.Thai the great highway GOLD GUARD, FOB and ,VEST CHAINS Iron and Brass Castings.T Country orders solicited ap4 pkllCtua1IaUendod John P.:Rutherford Robert Kiefs& [Office ill BrowanTs rick Bwldiaj:

4 as the act for reclaiming fugitives which tiatarenas, well as t.b- assent of EAR-RINGS. FIXGER-RINGS | jT Steamboat Saw Mill, and other repairing, Physicians'prescriptions put up with care and Philo C.Sedgwick. .A Ion io A. Carrier J Jacksonville, F,
Congress the State most immediately interested in BRUAST-PJXS Ac, at short notice. despatch. VV V Albert J.Gillelt, John B.Rutherford FT VISa retired from the Probate eflce,I ban
from service or labor included; which act its maintenance has marked for all of which will be offered at the lowest price. l fT" AH inachhiejy purchased from na will be TEAS. Alvan Wilkins, l Samuel Joue, U: resumed the practice, of Law a* aa Ue

6 Wing designed to carry out an express .out' the fur CASIIrtTWATCIIES. put in operation,in. any part of the State, by Agent for the New york Pekin Tea Samuel T.Jones, Coart of the Eastern Circuit and in the Saprttae
prwieion of the consttution. cannot, with free communication between the Atlantic] &&, repaired and warranted.Mr. competent machinists 'when desired, and upon Tea of direct importation and of 3-1 varieties Company.,from JOHN P.'RU iriIERFORD, Free d.nt. Court at Jacksonville also in the United Sule

idelity thercfore be repealed.or so changed and tlwl'acific Oceans," constitutes one of GI with his experience for the last twenty. reasonable term V a 1-4 to 1 Ib. in a package all warranted and at A.J. GILLETT Secretary. District Court at Augustine. Having dazing

or impair efficiency. the most impoitant achievements to be eight years aa practical '1 WATCHMAKER flatten Drawing'and Estimate fnrnismed, without extremely low prices. L. MORGAN, General Agent.V my occupancy of the Probate office,acqairtd.asiderable -
*as to destroy the democratic'party realized by the spirit of moderation. in the himself that he i* ful.'y! competent to give entire charge. MOONEY, A GOOKIN, t>Country Dealers supplied,by order- J.H.McBORT, ..4ettJacksonrjfleVFis.urzuzsczs familiarity _with all matters relating a.
Resolved, That ,satisfaction to thorn who desire to have their 8-tf Founders and Machinist the aad
unconquerably of and July lug accompanied Cash.0ARDE2 I : AT JACKSO.ITtLLK estate of minorf and deceased persons,
will retist all attempts at renewing in Con. energy our people, watches, Ac, repaired in a workmanlike manner .A FLOWER SEEDS Cd I.J.S.Sammi., I ,C pt-Charlll\"mey.I! the settlement of account by GuAfduM sad Administrators
of the that result should be secured l by a timely AU having watches ;which how RICB'D t'. BIRCH ETt.; I CHAS.. W. DOW3156niUCIlETT PLANTS Ac.,
of it agitation person good Col.John I I !
.- ness, or out V V 'also always kept on hand. V Brpward, .Sam'IN.Williams,Esq : tender my services partieew1"perac.u
4 slavery question, under whatever shape or and efficient exertion of the control which ever do not perform well, and are now out of & DOWNING juiy 8-tf T. MCMILLAN.ForPhiladelphiaNevr Cot. Henry Timanns | [March -] I having business, in that line. I will alse'
.t be made. vre have a right to claim over it. And nu order, will do,well to call on Mr. Grothe, whose ATTORNEYS attend to Pensions, Bounty Land and to all oCttt
wk>r the.attempt may earth should be term are,"no cure to ,AT LAW, Jacksonville the eotrosttd
of the power on sullerrd to 'impede pay. ricksYard. against Federal Government,
? : Ritolted, That the proceeds pub- V Mr.G. avail. LUnself this opportunity to tender AKDAgents York&c to mo with BOT-H-ly
:J i '.J5c land* ought to,be sacredly applied to or clog its progress by any interference fa's: sin.ere thank to the citizen of this place for Claims I TIlE undersigned i* now making a very super-' promptness. J .

:' the national object specified in the consti- with relations it may suit our policy and its vicinity fur tb.liberal patronage hitherto I article of Brick, at the, Yard near the
!
S ::miton and that we: are opposed to any to establish with ,the government of the be*to wed"on him,' and he hopes that by a determination 490 SEVENTH STREET, Imarlestonand I SavannahSTEAMSHIP Brick Ch nn, which ho W.UI sail at the follow 'Halite.

I: ,. \ -' distribution of such proceeds : States within whose dominion it lies; and to please he will merit continuance of W WASHINGTON iCITY. prices V. V pursuance of'an Order mado by tile Jo.B-
It" &; j' 1 ,I*\ for the as alike in we Can, under no circumstances, surrenderour their confidence and patronage._| July 14-1, 'LINES. FIBST QtJAtiTT, ,. -$9 OO .,thousand.SECOSD IN Hopkins, Judge of Probate for the eoootyDuval. 01
j inexpedient the of "
State before Court Claim and
yr t J i *.Among: and the ffpugn&nt, to tte constitution.That preponderance in the adjustment. of'aUqUt.'stiunll'uiiini NOTICC.TN WILL practice. Claims before Congress and, the Cabin,. .ge'S20, Steerage $8- TRiaD 'n." .'-.-... 5 700 00"Vm'. "", I,wDI offer for sate at Publie &boar,to or
policy of an order made the lion. B. V the highest bidder thereto, at tbe usual
out of it. puwnar.ee by well known
: several first class V .*
i are decidedly Departments.RErf.RF.SCE3 THE WELL BRICKS 10 CO u' aUIi.
we opo'f -V ,
of, t. .J.olrtd. ; L Hopkins, Judge of Probate for tho county: of V V sale' on tbe 20tb day of October next,
;,' v. rowdto taking from, the President the Fourthly-Resolved, That in view of so Davall I w II offer at public auction on the 20th KEYSTONE STATE Capt R. U. will charge fbr delivery in town and when Court House in the town of V Jacksoeril!*, &.

\ .1 Veto power, by which be is cna commanding in interest the1 Pe'plc'of r the day of October next at the usual hour of sale, in IUBDIKJ STATE ,OF, GEORGIA CapC 'J. J. within the Plankroad, one dollar per thousand following described 'property belongfaig *
'?4 '" .'mialified mtrictions and 'frtrpontibiliI United States cannot:but sympathise with. front of the Court House Jacksonville, the fol. lion J.MOBTOS, U. S.S. VV Ginnv will hereafter form a WEEKLY LINEto and one dollar ,and fifty cents per thousand for a Estate..oC:helAterJoon,Lewisv deceased *?T"
t L'\ lilt_undcr. I lion A EJMlxwELL II.. R. PHILADELPHIA, sailing EVERY SATUR greater distance. The Brick 'are made of excellent FrtdtrOt*3
the the efforts which are being made by the lowing property belonging to.the Estate of Jacob V negro men-Bolt, 35 yeirs old,.aDd
tlc amply buffic\ rnt to, guard public Central America Forinan deceased. lion. S. R. MALLOBT U.S. S. DAYS alternately, from SAVANAAU and material are dried under cover, and are years-eld;' 'the Point Pre IIlt PlaoUUon ..
people.ot to
I 4 ..iMtcmts, to; suspend the passage of a bill of the Continent regeneratethat lot No.7'in square No. 31 in the town of Jacksonville V Hon. IX C. CABELL, Florida CHARLESTON us follows V heavier and of better. Duality than anythat are Mandarin, containing about 400 acre*, .Prt7*
: -whose merits cannot, secure the approval portion which covers with the improvement, of Messrs. DROOl: Ptrrrs, New York.V V The KEYSTOSB StAT*;will sail from SAYAN being imported. V UWkiohVbaCksFeJVP.PV, fence and naty*"

:'ri I i r.f tuo thirds of the Senate and House of the passage across' the Oceanic Isthmus. commodious.and well furnished dwelling consisting boos a Messra.J.O *J.A.CAMP San lisk",0, NAil the following Saturdayi July I9lb, August t:/ AU orders left'with MessyHartrMjO A cultivation i $ogah.. with the topnivenientseoa-

J. ll'Dtatifea until judgment of the Fifthly:llewlced, That the Democrat!, kitchen Ac July 28-ly 2d rind 16th, September and 20th. Lear> Timanus who are, my Agent, will be promptly, listing of a large.twu story Dwelling DOOM,*&*fen .
'ne
: "I i obtained thtreon. and which party will expect from the next Administration ,Also the following named laves, Mary about mpg Philadelphia tbe alternateVSatu4JPL attended to.- V ,Subles Carriage House, and erne*out bail

; '!I people can be from, tie every proper cil'ort io be tuada to 35 years old, a good house .el'\'ant. cook, 'seam- V ForSale. The STATE ,or .OgOROI4LVllt. from jos. LACOURSE. V V :, big, a fine Well of water, and a thrifty GN":
Jacksonville
American people : CHARLESTON the
;:: '; has saved the injure ascendancy in the Gulf,of Mexico stress,'washer and ironer Joe 26 Jean'old, a ,. following Saturdays July April 26. Sweet Orange Trep* Jn full bearing. Th.Drt
of the 12tb and 26th; 9tb
dominion 2Jrd 36th
August
and ditE(1on
and tyrannical Sep. Bluff
mill 22 ling House U situated
eonupt good band-Jiw( year old, prime able- on a high
I I 4 Bank of the,United: States, and from a corrupting and maintain. ft permanent, protectionof bodied field hand-Jessee 18 year old, good THAT well known'.Plantation, teinber Jth and 27th. ,Leaving V Philadelphia the loyal"Havana Lottery. the bank of the River SU JoDos.eomffls*

of general Infernal JuiRcwlted the great outKts through which are house servant and gardner. Term cash. St. John's River, called Ship Yard, alternate Saturday. a pleasant dew cub.River for fifUenmUes.
_ '. I sjstera emptied into its waters: the products raised 'For further particular, enquire of J, p. San containing four hundred and fifty,acres,''more or In strength speed and accommodations these Noti I ALSO; all that tract or parcel of LaM''lD.the

: ., I .rovenwnts. on the Roil), and commodities created by derson. ELIZABETH FORMAN .. On the premises there is a fine new'dwelling ship are fully equal to any running on the coast. County St.J Johns lying on the east si* el the
r, ; That lh botdthe the industry of the people of our.Westernvallt Administratrix the Filets of Jacob Forman boose with every 'De.sa'1 oat building, lor a Inland D&Y gn"kJu.lOO mile on Delaware V River River at.Johns at f r near the mo"1.fahe*r*
f willJailhfully abide by and u V and Bay; two nights at sea. Pnblio are tifi- lenton about 1000 aen*.!&'
and the,Uuioa :SANDERSON, largsfamnhly. The lands'sre first sate hammock, V THE hereby n V Breek .containing
," '. principles ta d down in tho Kentucky and }s attarge Sep 20..lm V V Her Attjr. in fact. cleared about one hundred 'res, the balance, !I For Niagara Pails the Lakes aod canad that. a change has taken place in tile same being a part of the Fatio. Gnat. ,-Also se

4 Virginia neolutions of 1792 and IT'JS, and V V uncleared hammock. For particulars apply to 1 SHORTEST AND CHEAPEST ROUTE. SCHEME of the ROYAL LOTTERY ofHavaa* Jron Roller Sugar Mill,with Boilers.and YXM'complete

d, j .ia tlip retort of Sladison. the 'Virginia'LtSsfiiUirp V V PllOCLAMATlUNNOTICE ( For .Sale.l-! '- -D/IIOrKINS, Agent, I .'These lines both counect.at Philadelphia with in consequence of the demand for Ticket having Terms Cash. P Sa W.
of J.
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II July 12th. 1856-tf. J Hs-mville. Fla. exeeedea the issued. For further partkular enootre
1789 that It adopts, those the Great North Western Railroud. Route thro quantity Ta remedy thb,
I LR"ISt
n
Gi'E. D. ,
15 HEREBY that flee- the lOa. ANIflttw
aa to Niagara Fell Buffalo ,in Iff Pi'W.O1 Iickstsand the amount of Prizes
or hour front
tonstiUtlng c1e.W' the main rPUE subscriber having moved from JackJL .pelltal ..Notlce ftM1-
trins't.tew as Elector of l'resi4elltan4 Proeidut ?- JP3a have been increased ( futnnt in the Administrator of the Estate
: creed and Itrcsol V sonville, : offers for ash!, 4 valuabloiti _JW.S.B03TWICKwonld respectful-1! Philadelphia. Thsuugh ttckeU> with the privilege q Ordinary Up:4lSoN: ,
foundations of Us political cf the United States vill,be bold at tbt niu- Fja- of At Drawing the capital Price will be 1100,000. and bl J.-P.
topping Philadelphia intermediate ,
.them ouC oo' their obnj at! tho eoveral Cwalie of this State House and Lot situated on' the comer of Ocean AMunroe ly inform the cUsses Jacksonville and it* vicinity the of sept 2Q-.lm his aU1.1D feel.
pricp Tiehffs
vrd to Carry trt'Cloctila points, for sale I by the 5 f nu in Savannah 'apdCharleston. t20j i the V number of.Tickets
p 1.te intaning sd ilP fIG the 4th dnr pt1\prtimber pro mo,' streets known M the -* 1MERCUANTS'HOTEL' that,having opened an office in the Dagnerian: Faro U).JfUgur Pr .Bgfalo S28 to will la from $fo. ) (o lo, 2,5OOon1y.' Therewith V V "''PilOCLAflATIOS ,
Said Was constructed Gallery, on Forsyth street will attend to all branches ; 'I
return tb.t.of lo be HIM. in:&lie manner and property exprewly -J6 be 229 full Prises and ?Q
of"the condition 'pf tbeT ? Elujir, ; to,Camtndaiguit,'i7. I Approximations,maXlng the
1'Iba1 In Jew
for a Public House, contains twentytwoUootns of DENTISTRY in tht meet, approved and Us oeeari4 fe
.tin by ,law, ,Iho camber of Elector la all 219 Prise, a Taeaney
prBnriV amounting to 1258.000 will .
$ Agents litailapelpbia( HERON A MARTIN.'Agentat8avtRui&.t.aA. ; aa WHEREAS
,
to the ;
World .J
,
0d|
_ Volartnstitud0nl a to lie choten It three,. '. ten of'which hye Cre:place*, has a, good cartful manner. V V V V be seen by referring to advertuunent, in another j 0 f' the &* *
.!%h and.Mcred-duty js i jntolved ,wilhjuVtiwd In testimony whereof ban hereunto my ,well of water,'keauliful' young.hade, trees, and |3f Nerves aching teeth destroyed" without Agents at Charleston.T.S-GREINEK.. 15UDD.. eohUUDTLe SHtxasiber take this opportunity Circuit of this State, by' the rasign4lP4 l--

rcfpn8ibihjy( uiwn the Democracy V lifcod,and caused to be affixed ,the Suit u( all the necessary out-bnildingf, 1. situated in the. pain V : Jec22uiBCTVEEN : to thank his friend for their liberal patronage,ana |tf.Baker U i* hereby orders thai a" eIid

t: Ihi countr)' lis the party of the |people I Seal] the State rf FlorlJ Dune at the Capital centre of the pLeasant and growing city)of Jacksonville V t' : hope by prompt attention ,(o business to merit. to supply th..acii yi4 said fie* Utbp )
,TUV the'; Urminus of. the P.4..a! Q. V f ; ( St'f 'Iutrnpstu1 various prppifictsof; the Counliei i cohitlaj
ul aud naiot&iii the rights cf crcry imbeCi<,c4TaJlablieUbia 30th, dsrof. L I continnauo of he same. VV ;
to tipl -
: 4egmutA.D. 1856 Central fiftUroad I S.t !'_ FACTORS AND PON J\DJnUOt1f the Eastern Cireuit'on Monday the ,,_,
State anr" ***! the no>iP,(f t*. /Stacaud JoUlES BROOMEt Tho abovt dewribed property Itl,, In !..ry're.- COMMISSION Charleston. August 2,V 1851" October r01lJDo. The ntruu of said -
', ME CHANTS
1 r .-. io *ufttain and.advan.ce among them Governor Florida.. Poet Very sirble'JeUher fW a Hotel or private the house of Miles Price and Jack. to be matfe ;In Iho manner prescribed by "; .i

.. 'coiltti.atlotial lUArty, bY,auslbuing to reaist ,, V;"Pj tb.V Oovernor Atte.t r-, residence ,for a large' ,family,, and is',now under :a small I Calfskin WALLET, cop. Adgift North ,Wharf GENERAL ,IfRQKERACE. Witn.ea*my hand aod the seat of the SUt,7a1Libaiue. 'III

I -ll njonc pt lic* *nd.exdusie.' legikU V f. L. ViUJcriocK,\ rent at $400 per aonnin; "and .will be sold ,iioMeurs.Iartrldge f siderably soiled and r wont,containing Fifteen or '. V CfowluitoB, 8. C.rnzim'g V rpflE(.undersigned is now prepared tof serve t&*. .Florid*, 4.UM! at the. CapUai ia size lbu qJe. { ,0 '. ,

j tbd bcDkUl'*Mbe fer. at', the ei.pcsee ..Ur/of Florid & Twenty Dollars In money,' MIl, some 'rope,, i. rfcusR I I-AOL .. VHOKPSOU L eomw unity at large in his liae'of bcisfaet. UtU 13th' daof Sept* "
!inT : Tlmanu Jack .
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: Kuqttire which was a Note Sixty-two Dollar : V "" IS5Jo. .BRotOO
:
lie wUl
__ among V attend thesste
and by indi i ,, : (QV of Jferroes, Laa
.. of>c man,, tWJtnt ; e. V onyille, or of th..IlIblbribera'Eenlalulll1a. Fla. mad payable to L. Scarborough or Stephen ,NOTICE. s, or
Noti tbrecs i his "
V' any ia
I :15tul..cbtttbce to tho epnnclpe! ajadirt JIUI. I-tt V VV V : ,A;.COy. Bevill, ant dated at Nwnanvill The flower OIX: weeks after dato"application will be' made addressed for information placed will charge .11'." 'Bl.h.Qonrtl AttestsV '
., trf the,'.ConsthuUtn which St.I herckj'flven that appHoaitoa win VV will be suitably nwarded by Uavmg the same O toe the Hun.Ihe. Judge of Probate of Duval to. 'Hi be prnnrptlT re, V J'.lw yrflflQtL .'
r--4IP! NOTICE LANDtYARLtANT.lIE plied general
10-thel cuUtBr. vf the Slate of County, for.Letters of Adminis ration lbs EI- .. acquaintance V ia thw lute. ep.20. -i V V ', SecrettiyPapeisof ot 8--..
: with '
H < broad tixWh and strong etrooBbHo I 'Wll and Its contents, Ilartrldge a{ Jack. OQ and other, '.nr U
: Ire il.l.lI.zt..1\IA for Charter UNDERSIGNED nay.CASH ,for > of ; ,. uueceessry ,&tlappencr, Czrewt1cop1l ti,0d
.
W.Ji 11111. .. iud *t' a a T > IODrllJe.d i.e.1,1- Ih" "!' V late Henry}Lindsay deceased. 'S't1o V t ? forence*, 4 s _'BENJAMIN theiCasteroJ.
,.tnct and Jiwk at JackMatnit,0.becalM. ,. the.Umk of I ULAND.W4JUtBAX'lSJ.\ AlI,2)-9t : ,. ,JULLm4t' : ,f11P.f; lK- r.JA1IE3.. .LATIMJ5K. i UO.pjWsTVV bryant biU..i! t' .'r'l r'j. ..
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