The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1856
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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( In Circuit Coart for Columbia Eastern County.Circuit of Florida FOR SALE] ; GOVEUNOU'S MESSAGE. Andrews Apalachicola, or White'BlufSt. other States., i. i loans bare.been. as ed' the'condition"' and *aaUoferr' interest i \

tDfniit DftCl'Y. Stephen E. Davis Charles M. Kolb ". .- Conclodcd. .Mark and Cedar Key; embracing all' the fallows ; .i which'might be subsequently date!.
and A. Fanning ( ) shortest and best lines between theGolf, .
Joseph Valuable Property at Jacksonville -', oped. The members 'of oar Convention
Merchants trading under the name of Bin For the purposes of this'jnresiigitionwe or,MexiCo and the ,Atlantic Ocean, and "- -, t did not venture to hope' for socb ivstataof

J5y Authority of the Stale of Georgia. Davis Kolb i. Fanning, I inCbanecryr fur Florida. I, will consider the read from Fernandina with a:Ay&tem"s 'arranged that nt changeof :' .'.' -... .', '' ;-- .p .; !.. perfection,and wisely; provided vader

Fort Gaines Academyz.OTTEJB. William II.O'llilaod,5idaey S.no" Forectoearc ; TJIE undersigned offers for sale, his residence to Fcntacola finished, Ui&.road from Pen- ears' will be necessary to enable either -- ., ...". ", .; .. .,. .! the' 'guards 'and restrictions imposed' by

elL James Gin lanll and James of .. nd premises, situated on the, Eastern limits : acola to Montgomery lln'ubcd;and.r road road to deliver freight or passengers at :{' :';( :t "';, t the 14th Article :of the Constitution'for

YO. IL Kickols, lrorig so which of the city of and Jacksonville. The improvements, :from Pcnsacola to V.cksbufg" finished., any point embraced, it is certain that un- '. t J 1"; .". 'U"J 'ii' : _.:: its amendment legUlative enactments.
Merchants and surviving and are new conveniently arranged consists I less we refuse to ,avail ourselves of .
partners these "I
Europe is our eu8 omer for raw This baa been exercised
great I ,
of House : ; power
tLASS 21:New Series. the a Dwelling two stories high; with six I .fj. '" .' "
under of Partition of 'WWWNW
DAme airy, pleasant Room, Halls and Piazxas, rurroun- .cot ton-and, tbe line of transportation that advantages, which a bountiful .Providence : '.! "', ;"'" :, occasions and with perhaps a single ex
tei.4tt'lrtiiD the City tit Atlanta, Georgia 1C58.a 1 I..Nie. IB Eenjatain Gillilanda 0.Thnmtoti Howell and.t Co Ucrcnlos, Lands. ded by pavement of brick with walks of the same can place cotton in' European ports most has conferred upon us, and ,open our..portstf I' .l.. ., ception beneficially to the State. Thers

Friday, l\oniDbera t.bePLAX K. %V. Andrews. J material, leading off in several Directions. The .safely, : 'expeditiously! will do ..an .external ,competition upon terms ." .'MWi..J ';,:...-" y'-..:..t, ;. = :: =.3 are, however, other portions bichin my

rpIIE (Comnlunants this cause having IbWtiy grounds 'about the house are"rather, tastefully the business.TheUw tnd a quarter mlIion'balercotInIf3ipCd !- which would impair our credit and wither 'k ; ; judgement, require amendment, and t.
OF SINGLE LUMBERS J. Sled their Bill of Complaint and it appear'ing laid enclosed oat, and with planted neat with shrubs and flower, and- ahnoall/ from our cnterpnzcs! we shall make'*bnrSlat; -- .- .. '. z them I respectfully invite your aUenuoa.
l>y the affidavit of Charles M. Kolb,one of saidCatBflataanti palings.The whole U shaded the great commetcial State of the The 3d '
New Orleans and Mobile European mar- South section oil tho
of Oaks.Tber i :6th Article"pro..
CO. by large also all
SAMUEL SWAN Managers.PHIZES .a grove are, '
that all of said Defendants rttUcJ the kets it is estimated an of and shall find at an early day that on most .. ':g'S'; vfdcs that"'no President Director Cash.
beyond the limits of said State, to wit: the said hecCftary out-buildings on premises, Kitchen, pay 'average 41 & :; g : ,
Pantry. Servant Houses Wash-house 7-lOths of freight but 1 will of our lines of railroad single tracks alLough !. ._ let or other officer of
AMOUNTING TO Defendant Benjamin G. Tbronton at Dahlonnga Stable a penny placeit ,, :' B. B. any Banking Cow
I in the State of Georgia. and thesaid Defendants, Carriage-house and others. A fine Well of pure at 5- ths. or 11-4 cents per'pound..- first class, will bo found insufficient :. ." .H'"; I pony in this State, shall,be legible.to.:th.

$ 04OOO William II. Gniiland, Sidney S. howell James. water which never fails, is in the yard, enclosedin This on a bale of -300 Us., would be $6.25; or the business which will be offered. 1.1 ib. .-. .a a I omce Governor Senator or Kepreseota
Gillilaad and James II Jv iekol.<, partners, ic, in i Orchard a lattice, wth building.Fig and There Plum trees is adjoining, also Peach add'insurnce at an average of 1,75 per Inn this sketch I have n greatly overestimated ,'w. .., '.41r_ .- _5 I lire to the General! Assembly of this State,

wm be distributed arcordin; to tbe following the city of Charleston in the State of South Caro. t, plank fence enclosures for stock, perman.eat poultry bale) and we hare eight dollars as the expense the advantages, which we should .. ... t ,'. { C OQQ"OC-- [ so long a.he shall te such Presidcuf-Ji-
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ORIGINAL SCUEME! Andrews, in the city of Baltiutnre, iu the Stale of I gardens, .t e, on a bale.of cotton from the time it as a commonwealth derive from the completion : '. = :. ; ....tb' 8] Q sssS8SS3E; | rector, Cashier or other officer, oof until

$Gooo Tickets !-3,280 Prizes. Maryland. Therefore on mution of Felix Lh tags- The above is situate on an elevation, sloping is put on ship-board until landed on the of,our enterprise I may with'confi .. .: ..- ,I. ': ,8 the lapse of twelve month* from the meat

too EM, Solicitor for raid Complainants it u ordered j gradually, and nearly equally in every direction' wharf in a European port. From Pcnsa dence assume that it is our interest to complete ':'r. 'f .?, which he shall have ceased to be SBC
I Prise T. '. 140,000 U tiooooI that mid Defendant, do appear and nniwer and commanding a fine view of the St. Johns cola this bale of cotton could bo profitably them and this mo to consider .->, '' ,1. I. President Director, Cashier or other:offla
. River and the There bring 1 .
12,000 1 is .12,000 town. is a creek near, which : ,
to aid Bill of Complaint, on or before tho carried on a road of grades to Fer- the'quetiun of to do '0. I ".... .. ,.,. ', .. :-a.:: -,
affords easy .
'de. . 5.000 U 5,000 firrt Monday iu November next, or decree I fine fishing, and forms an excellent boat- abily ., i cciSuch
I.to. v > 2,000 is 2,000 ronfesro, will bo taken against them. And it pre is ll-.-r'._n.-. I niadma for $1 50. The fncght from Fer- assume that the guarantees of our general 1 f I .-X .j..'. 'a provision might hare been expt*
I do. v 1,000 is 1.000 farther ordered that publication of this order Le The property is bounded on the West by this ; nandina wouldin, consequence of lier fine I bill will bo sufficient for the purchase of .: ''. "'* '. -G: dientin 1838. We then had extensive
1 1,000 I U . 1.000 creek, (Hogan'f) a tributary of the St. Johnl.I the iron and 1 institutions
do. : iv made in some ncwFpapcr published uithiu the harbor and deep water, admitting vessels and that there arc : : banking which had suspended
. 200 is . several mill-sites! equipent S .. \f'-----f'r. !
2,000 Although hare been
10 do Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a-week fur four disposed on of large class be cheaper than from 'our yet 305 miles and timbering to specie: payments. They had issued 1apamounts
100 do : IDOlS . .10,000 months the river,'hich forma the southern boundary, !: *
. consecutively previous to the said CM I other Southern and could beyond provide fur. This at five thousand five 0 : of bonds guaranteed by the Territorial
JM do. . 701 7,000APPROXIMATIONS. Monday Xoveinbcr next there is till nearly a quarter of A mile or rinrI ports '; .
Given at Chamber, this the eighteenth day of front The bole comprises some 200 acres, Dm.O boubt, be brought to an average of :. hundred dofal. rr mile (which is suf '. COOG.C Government, and it was lurid;br
of which are snelosoJ. There it about 40 acreiof or 5-8tbs of a cent pound being $3- ficient over including many' that thrngh their' dIZeCtOnrthey
4 Al'prolimatiooPrizcuf. $150 ... $600 Juno A. D. 1855.WILL1AuI I j per cuntr : The loans amount to :
4 4' II '- 125a.re..600. A. FORWARD, uncleared Hammock Land, npon which there 12 1-2; 10 which add insarancc 87 1.2 cents, laying of iron,) in round sixty-nine thouanr might blain 0& controbng influence over
4 a u lOOar..400 Judge ii a large quantity of oak-wood for which Jack. and expenses of delivering on board at Fer- numbers to ( 2. 000, 0) twomillian dol! I five hundred,($69.500) dollars our State Legislature. These institutionshave

4 *' 15are..300 I hereby certify, that the above contains a true jnville. residence affords a,ready this nzarkot.Ai nandina 25 cents. tndvc have a total expense lars.: One-fourth of should.be paid terest due upon them the frt day'ofthe failed, and retain but a nominal ex

I .c BO are . 400 copy of thq"original order filed in tny office, us the St. Johns Hirer location has few equal on of$5.75. From this be deducted in stock of the leaving fifteen hundred present sixteen istence. They possess influence amino
the -
from the files of thin Court. mercury during the may : rad
rt 45 ar 1,600 appears thousand five hundred and
f seventyeightrioo
40 hottest season has: but 50 bale for savin interest thousand provided. one, is noW' apprehensive of
M 40 S. SCARBOROUGH, never once been above 94* cents per ; in b Against danger'rrom.
3.000 are -120,000 Clerk Circuit Court Ct.!. County FahrcuheiU: It!is well adapted for farming purpose and primage, in consequence of the difference 'I' this the. companies on these line bold ; (16,57877-100), dollars. Add'to them or their officers. '

-3rrizc.; amounting to. .. ; :. 1204.001i7''r.emem'ber ) By S.S.MORE Deputy Clerk !-and its continuity to Jacksonville and regular in tine and l les vessel freight by way lands granted by tbe Federal and State these amount twenty-two thousand, ,six _The General Assembly its last 'se*>
June 28 1:" steam communication with Savannah andCharleston and hundrd nine 04-100 ((23.C79 sion Dank
and of Ferntndll1thus showing a' of lying within fifteen passed a :charter and%under this
Prize Is ,
that drawn saving gvernment
offers '
every facilities fur the of m.es dollars difference
btiafaU without dednctioh.tV Winter Oarden D.. prosecution : 2.7 per bale to the I'cnsacula ihil' .-. to the,extant of about, 04-100) being :between and our:general Banking Law,it Is probable
: AU Prizes of Il.eOO aid under paid inv STATE OF FLORIDA. The completion! of the Atiintie and Gulf Central One dollar per bale would pay to transport million! (270 03000) acres.; These: at seven the'aggregate deficiency and the that organizations may be eflcctedthaan
the drawing-other Pntes at the Railroad from ty-five cents acres would amount of loans made, and which is necessarily early days Should such' '
.te1yann Jacksonville to the Gulf of..Mexiconow cotton from New Orleans aiJ: JIuDile to per provide the institutions go
5.5551 time cr thirty day*. ( in progress of construction1)) u expected todd Fvnsacoia) and if my estimates corn-ct, whole amount necessary.. But these 36o outstanding In the shape of Treasury into operatian, every citizen who'recelyos

AU communicmtions tlritftly couftdcniial. The much to the vAlue of the property especially i the whole receipts, of these great cities miles pass through twelve which certificates Comptroler'a warrants, circulation'will be Interested. in their
will be forwuf Jed t? 'chuen11II1D.dialtil cuuntes.
drawn imo.lwn .' as it may be artvanUgeoasljr laid oat in Town nd it makes the
hold about third of | aggregate solvency and
after the drawing. SENATORIAL ELECTTION.I7TIEREAS Lots- for that could be secured to be transported over one population of consequently in their man
S5 Quar(6fs( $2'. been made.surveys purpose baring already our road at a positive saving to the shipper tbe State, and which have not up t this one handled and eight thousand seven agement. ,This should induce the Stale,toencoarage'by
Tickets fclO-IIalvcs at the election held on the Cth time been hundred and fifty-scren (
called all
For further information and for term, which of $1.75 per bale. But when we consider upon to expend one cent 81.10 IO.1S proper means, safe; honest
Prix TK-V.CU cashed or renewed in other Tick !. \V d'Iof' November ultimo, in tbe 19th Senatorial will be made accommodating address that the differ nce between the freight uon our r(b. They and the towns 81.10) dollars. intelligent and prudent men to take
ell at cither offu.Aadren .-*. District, there was no choice by the people U this the the
JIEXRY TIMAMCS the lines only'debt due by the of
order for Tickets, or CertiCeatas of thereof an equal number of rotes having been and insurance on a steamer, do\\JI'th river along are.authorized, a corporations management their affairs. The Constitution
Packages TicVeU, either to cast for James McRubcrt Baker and John L. N. C. Those who examine Fcrnandina, Fla. from Vicksburg to New Orleans, and the to subrb ,and with the cities .of State. There was an A t approved January as.it now stands,'so far'from encouraging
SWAN 1 CO Ga. Stewart the premise in my and Tampa 7.1333, entitled "An Act, to" provide such rorn" to these
BAWL ,Atlanta : abfenLC can obtain all i information from freight on a railroad from Vicksburg to Pensacol are a- discharge
er S. SWAN, Montgomery, Alit. There lore, in order supply sat vasnncy, it I* Tbco. Jlartrid, Jacksonville.necessary Pcnsacola, could, .not be more than. fifty buudantly : bscr.be the whole tf: the payment of Captain *Sparkman's important duties, risita them, if.they'do: ,

4Jr T110MAS ilcllILLAX Agent, ordered that an election be held in the several In addition to above, the undersigned offers avery cents per bale which would probably L be amount, considered neC Parker's and other Volunteer Companies with proscription and dafranchiscment_*
Nr 6 Jacksonville, Fla. counties eomixwing said Senatorial District on ar. in the 1849.
services Under. the
desirable Lot in Jacksonville. The fur year, Such a course.is well calculated
MONDAY tbe 8th day of December next the lame fully olf-bet by coat of, re-shipping iu New But if we had nothing but a knowledge to confine
returns thereof 1 t.e made as prescribed by;law teing water and corner Lot on Bar street. Oileans ills reasonable to luppusu that of the fact that our 3S miles cuuld te requirements of this Act, there was Stt' their management exclusively to speculators

Royal II 'ranaLO'I'1.'ERY. In witneu 'bereof I have hereunto act my Nor. 22J, ISoG-tf II. TIMANrS.LO1t r neacol offering a saving of $2.75 per more than doubled in value by connectingwith Scrip signed by the Comptoler'and and borrowers.. This, I think, should

Land, and caused to be aCxed the Seal vfI 1'.OIUUA JIIUC'I'. bale over New Orleans would get all the Pen&acola and Tampa, it would! be ernor, payable i ia yen, not'be dune, and I therefore respectfully
I ISeal] the State of Florid D., at the Capitol with interest at the rate of six ber cent' that this
ue suggest section could be
Through in 25 to 30 Hours. cuttoa from that point, and consequently sufficient. The work would be accomplished. repealedor
, in tbo13ty' ofTVUht this 15th d.iy of from above it. The same data is quite as completion of three hundred and per annum. and iSled amounting to six modified with advantage to'the State
Km ember, A. D. 1 S:j. TIlE IT. S.M.tIr4oAfffA hundred
" Tile .tsx ordinary dra injj of the Royal] Ilaraa JAMES E. F.R003IE, good fur the cotton concentrating at that thirty-flvc miles, with its benefits and ty-four sixty- The 8th section of the 6th article''pro

Lotlw eondocted t r tbe Spanuh Government Governor vf Florida. po.ut from Texas-Arkansas, and an extensive blessings scattered upon the community, one 910SG I 0 Tides that'no Governor, Justice .of the.

OB'Icr the scpervifion vf the Captain General By the Covernw Atle t- adjacent country, transported on the would make every man a volunteer, would Supreme Court Chancellor or Judge; of
of Cuba, will take pLace at Havana F. TiLi.rriGrr ] bet I 1855being an average of 2 this State shall be'
: great Central Pacific.UaProad.! d. and for nerve every arm and inspire confidence in eligible to election or.

Weducsdaj, December 10, 'ij 36. NOT. 22, SC-.. Secretary of State. THOMAS SUJITIS Commander.WILL the cotton descending by any of the great every breast. But it is a work that rises years.3 months and 6 days,$8,753 21 appointment office to any other or different" station L

l.nes r.almad: or of watertranfporUttun infinitely above a mere of dollars or post honor or emolument
IMVC Southern nbarf, Charleston, S. C.e.ery created by this read froui Pensacola to and cents. H addresses question itself to 73,115 1 nnder this state, or to the station of Senator -

$ 5SOOO. UNITED STATES MAI*. Tucmby at o'clock p. in ,for Jacksonx i/Ie. Vkksburg. -as lovers of our us a It patriots This amount added to the deficiencies or Representative, Congress of tbe
1'ienJjta, Filalkft and the usual Landings on theL country. a '
'- I John's River. 1 will nut extend this communication by great work, not expected benefit each. a* shown by t Comptroller's reports, United States until one year after he shaft

FLORIDA. Freight for IHack Creek taken aStages /*). attempting to enumerate tin* great varietyof mm individually alike, but t t benefit our' makes up a debt of on hundred and have.ceased to be such Governor,.Justice' .,

t Kortco Xuniero 573 OrJIuarlo.CAPI connect, at the p/acvs naiueJ with AM- products, other than cotton, which beloved State-to male us great am! eighty-one thousand eight hundred and Chancellor or.Judge.'r .

TAI. PRIZE 100,000 POST OFFICE Dr.J'1nT.tEXT :nl.r Madison, Taihareeo,St.,Augustine Oranga wimld find their cay by the same channel: perous and to contribute something to pros the seventy-two 92.10((181.87292.10) dollars. These,are prominent,executive and judicial
October, IKiG.DROrOLALS Springs, Ocala: Alicauopy, and Truipa Bay. officers 'elected ths
of transportation to I'l-tiMcoU: and oter commercial independence of the S'utb- About on hudred thousand by, people.Now,
fur carrying the mail uf the returning the Carolina will\ leave Pi/atka at '
1 Prise of....100.000 I 3 Prizes of...$2,000 L United State from the Irt January, I:7, I Eight o'c/mk Thursday morning, I'ioo/ata at Etc v- our line of road to the Atlantic Ocean. A Can there lie those who would, for a pal dollars of this amount is bearing i in- unless there is something peculiarly demoralizing

I" ". .....50.000z ..._1,000 to the 30th June 1859, un the following route in t-n v'c/ock, and JaeUonville Friday morning at. glance at the trade of our Gulf citIes will try consideration, cither of dollars and Iciest and adds annual to the.debt nearly in these high positions, it would

1 'a......20,00Oi0, ".. "..._ 400 the State of Florida in the time *n.! manner I Threeo't/cik arriving at Charleston seine eve- readily suggest theic. cents or of local and individual s ten thousand dolor. It is true that'majoritv a bedifficalt! to find a reason that wooldjos-
1" "....10.000 11G ".._ 200 herein specified will be received at the Contra tiu:-. But. the from embarrass iu 1 advantages of this .was contracted for tify their disfranchisementWhy shoulda
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4 Affn".imtfwn.to the SI60,000 of&COO each; Washington, until 5, p. m, of the 24th i f November with the Lui/y KaL'road Trains, with tbe New I't-iijacola to the Atlantic! might be. thoie our position and the great advantage was
4 T400 rn 150,0001 4ot8400to 20,000; 4 of 1S36, to Le decided on the next day: York steamers on Tnel.ivs and Saturdays, and from the Atlantic to 1'cn-acuU would probably which it gives us, I would respectfully against Indian..depredations ; a protection esteemed by his f JJQ .qtizens- good
IMO to II MOO; 4 of ttOO to $ ,009. with the I'btad'/pbia Steamer "Statcof Georgia" excicd them. 'l"hc light goods of ralue recommend t the General Assembly which the General Government was boundto enough for a Chief Justice and who bad

Whole Ticket S2O; Italics 810 ; 6859 From JacLionxille, to Alligator, by Barber's 70: miles and and Newburg back- every oth ,r Tuesday, anJSlI.tuNIlY. now chipped to 'ew OiL-ans, Mobile, great caution in grAnting chartered privileges give them, and which consideration discharged his high trust with'fidelity and
Freight re-shiiiped free of charge. should, have induced the return of the benefit to the Stale
Quarters 85.Prite h ico a week in four-horse coaches. Texas, and all Western Gulf Ports. anJ which by possibility nuy b ns'd & not afterwards be
*cashed at tight at S per cent LAWTOX .t
on all solvent liank taken at par. ; 13 Southern Agent.No Wharf, would hardly fail to pass over this false step now may b fatal 1 to our inter- j is no immediate prospect and the State, the Legislature? Or,'why* should a man
A drawing wf.1 be forwarded soon as the re- : having assumed the obligations paid one who had been honored his CeIIo'll"-ci1i-
Arrive l
uUVoumof known.tV Alligator next days >y II' m; KOT. 1. road,even if it should be" necessary to re- es.
Cvinmnbkationi aJJrerred to DON F.OD- LeaveAlligator Monday and Thursday at 8 am ) bhip them by water at Pensacola. This I TiXATIOJT. class of them and required her Governor zens with the chief executive office and
Arrive at Jacksonville next days by 2 a. in. XOTICE.IN :. and Comptroller, bJ law, to vgn and issue who had retired front this position with
KIUl'EZ.rmraof City Port, Charleston, g C.,) route would not only save time, and give
slut Ute 10th of December "ill be attended to. pDircinee of &n order fron the Judge of greater certainty as to tbe time of arrival. The lat General Assembly conformed State Scrip, 'bearing interest in. paymentof the confidence of his constituents, be ineligible

NOTE. 1'roba.te Proposals mud Lc guarantied liy two responsible second iloiiday in December next before the of extra insurance around the peninsula and adopted the 'Advalorcm systemof honor and good faith, refuse to provide and which was elective by that constituency

J COB COHEN persoai, certified to as such by a portmafter Courr House door in < Sainsville an undevided interest of to, the entire freight from taxation. '.lbIS I think, is the correct for the payment of principal and interest ? ;Why should a Judge. Tho
c.c of record and contract inu'tbe Florida equal
or judge court
; of five hundred in the
acees Sutcbezgrant
due and for the
of the
Government scrip now has served for
principle. years upon the Circuit
28 1JROAD STflEET. entered into by the sncceeefal bidder with surety The said grant contains four thousand acres and New York to Ncyr Orleans. A protects
ritAllLCSTgwhtr beore: the hat January. 1857. every discription of property, it should tax redemption of the balance as it becomes Court Bench, be disqualified for a seat on
V. S. CAROLINA,! lies eight miles North of Newnansville on the The completion; of the roads from Pensa-
No pay will be made for trips not | rfon ely! Santafiee river. The sAid undivided interest of every discription its duu proportion of the due." the Chancery or Supreme Conn Benches

urfinnrrr aiid for eaen of such emissions not 0atUfact9ri, Cie hundred acres belong to the estate ol Francis cola to Montgomery and Vicksbargt wouIJ. Gevcrninenl expense. As each citizen is To this debt we may DOW make an ad- We should.I! thinknaturaUylookla :tbe

t explained tkree times tbe pay of the trip may tIC R Sanchez deceased, and will be sold to satisfy add largely to this business. At Mur.t protected in the enjoyment of all he pos- dition of one year's interest or about eleven Circuit Judges, as they become venerable
deducted. For arrival to far behind time aa to connection would be farmed with
debts against said estat i gouicry a each
seses to what hundred in and profound in for
pay accosding thousand dollars making nearly one years learning material
LYD break connection 'With depending mails and nut GEORGE W. SAXCAEZ.Xor other roads and through them with the
fourth of tbe he and he that owns little pays and ninety-three thousand dollars/or! with which to supply our appelate
i auCciently excused one compensationlor 15 1856. Administrator s'atem of Alabama Georgia.Tennessl'C and p elses '
H3I1I1SIOIMEITI : the tnp is subject to forfeiture. Fines will be that owns much pays much. although it is true that interest to some tribunals. Under our Constitution, these
imposed, unless the delinquency be promptly and THEB1YFMT other States, many of which road would This'is &it should be, but the details of extent has been paid, it was paid by re- are ineligible, and when oar present Justices -
VI AltO KCLU OS CO..WIO', for Pensacolo. The
aUfifaetorfly explained for neglecting to take I serve as distributors the law are imperfect, and mry b t amended borrowing.For hare passed away, we shall be forced
Lands Bonds the mail from into office for ffiOBE.IS : road would cross the Alabama .
Stocks Vicksburg
Negroes or a post ; suffering with
great advantage to the revenue of to place onr young and untied
dcbt'I recommend
U to be robbed lost and and this respectfully
injured, destroyed or ; Ricer the Mobile and Ohio road,
&c. &c. &c. for the accommodation of Travellers the State. On this I respectfullycall : upon our Supreme Court Bench to review
now subject
for refusing, after demand, to convey the mail as open the roads from New Orleans penetrating that a seven per cent stock be Issued, redeemable
as the contractor U concernedin particularly Invalids who will Cnd health and your attention to tbe report of the I and set .aside the decisions of and ex
t& LiWraJ advances made on Preperty. frequently runt, or and Tennessee. at the option'of the State at anytime age
the States of Mississippi
OcL:7, t56-1y running, vehicles on the route. The Postmaster the comforts that this country affords. The Table Comptroller of Public Accounts. 1857 perience. This I think should be ''"
,, General annul the contract for repeated will be furnished with the choicest delicacies of the Vicksburg, it would connect with thelissis.ipPi prior to the year and that a ed.
may Bntifitis'deeme1prcperthatthes
R. JR. failure to run agreeably to contract, or fur disobeying season whilst unremitting attention will be givento i ) River and its tnbutarics, and STATE DET. fund be speciallY'lIet aside to pay-the' i interest officers should be
Q. PINNKNEY the office laws please, thi>t success might crown my efforts in Pacific Road with serai-annoally: in the City of New high disfranchised on the
post or instruction of the the great Central and the.subject of the State's debt, I that it is
On ground dangerous to
(LITC TTXSO, pivcKXtr COol department. Tb. Poitmastcr General may alter future. Charges moderate. its extensive prospective connections; my views fully to the last York. and 'a sinking fund be'provided( permit then
the schedule. lie also order increase cf ISAAC GAItRASOV.Dal.J presented very to be transferred from one position ta another
thousand dollars
FACTORCOMMISSION'MER may an Gulf Port not less than five a year
thus opening to our great General Assembly at their d
IlernsnJo Co up session -
service by allowing tbcntfor rota increase ort. Proprietor adjourned it is difficult to sce why the lesisla- '
r pro with which to redeem the principal as it
thousands of miles of land and water transportation of tables showing
of pay, allowing ODe month's extra ,.compensation South I Jdocl-tfJ accompanied by a set tin department should be exempted from
CHANT to serve distributing i the character of the the in may be offered at or below par. .
on the amount of c1i.1peDlled.ith. Bids should be agents debt years the disability. '
Korih Commercial Wharf I Jdfeaed to the "Second Assistant Postmaster Rare .Chance is Ofiered to a lor her commerce, and hriging into immediate which the" excess expenditure u' verrev; For the debt due aa 'p y'to Volunteers, The 10th section of the Cth Article
...23 Charleston 8. C. i General S7 .V ,.:"" superscribed*Tropo altfar JS'o. W359 Blacksmith and Yheelwright. and harmonious connection with 'our enue occurred; the loans resorted to meet 'on account of present Indian hostilities, I the Constitution provides that "No Minister

I system of roads the great West, with iu deficiencies_with' the interest then duo, &c. recommend that a seven per cent. stock of the Gospel shall be to "the
For further advertisement subscriber offers for sale, hl.lbopt and
particular tee panplet
FROST & BOULTER, for conveying the mails in Virginia Georgia, "pllE JL Lot 105 feet square, eonvenieney situated to teeming!millions, its untold wealth, and My opinions have not charged upon this be issued redeemable at the option of the office ot Governor Senator or member

General Commission Merchants Florida Ac, of 1855 and 165G. tbe depot and bnsmes generally Can be purchased mighty resources.: subject. I beg permission to copy what I State at any time prior to. the year 1867, the House of Representatives of],this

JA31ESCA1BELL, with or without tools,on good terms With.these connections completed, Pen- then said. and present .it as what:I now and that provisions be made for paying the State." : :
10:ate Street,Boston Mass., October 25PClltmarter General.In P. S.. IM on hand 1 Buggy waggon, 1 Cart, ncola with her advantages of position and desire to say. It was as follows" : interest eeau-annaally, ,in .New York.- 'Ministers of the Gospel'!seldom 'engagein
ua*strict Mid prompt Attention Ie tale and 4 Pair wheels complete also a lot of thepayment.
wILL waggon That far for
iuKE i cl>mate, could hardly fail to become a city so as money political life. It is better I ''tbunk-that
&R, TIMBKE. COTIOS and and Buggy springs also a quantity of ready made The people never complain of taxation -
IMr Circuit Court Eastern Circuit ofPlor- of extensive .commerce second probably of loans heretofore made or for should not. This; however. .
Sonthera I'mace..oc& work; suitable fi/r Farmer and Timber getters, as long as their public servants can they to' ray
7-&t OLIVER noST Ida for Columbia Coao_,. all of which can be bought rery low, call and ... to none in' the South, if to any' in 'the show that the amounts collected are necessary tbe payment debts due,, "or to become mind is no reason why they should be disfranchised
EOT AL BOULTER. William II. OUtland, Sidney 8.] May 24-tf "AS. A. FARMER Union. But these are not all. The ten due. for subsistence, forage,transportation.and by the Constitution. They
the are
Eow.lL, James Gilliland and Jas. to defray legitimate expenses 'of
IL 1\ickll8,' :Felix Livingston dency U to annexation ; and if we look their State Government; but these expenses incidental e pense'lth Governor' 'or citizens, and the spirit 'which w'u1dpro-:
?SOTi! Merchants sarvivingeopartnere Bill for dorn the stream of time, we may in imagination desire to annually. some other officer, be authorized' to, sell scribe them because they hare too''much

A PPLICATIOS will U mde id au Honor CutemOmitofFiorida lb..la4r using and trading anderthe name of ForeclosureulmIandu' ATTOENEY' AT LAW, te a period when Cuba and the i want they to know by the pay demand made'upon They the seven per 'cent'stock at not less than religion might, soon be made to proscribe
rf the Circuit Court for the Lowell It Co. of if that'cannot be done that he be
other India islands with the States : paor; others because have little.'
West they All
after the raal time of nfttrfeeerdioc ,; (:Office in BrowanTs Brick Building] them, whether their Government has been a
118rtpge' Joan the
of Mexico and Central and South America authorized to negotiate a on class the ;
Jacksonville are perhaps most
to sell eertala E. F. administered 'peaceabla
t> law for permission Benjamin 0. Taronton andSUpbcn ant economically, or extravagantly such
lamds,ttUutM IB Nauu and Johns Counties, E. Davis Charit. II.Roth and Partition I, rj TING retired from the Probate office I have may be added to. this confederacy, and and will complain when assessed to terms practicable be, hypothecating of the and lair abiding men we have. .Their'talkie

Ue fhk beirs nd creditors II eid eetate. cents as security for such loan ; provided
W ewe under the LaDds.Gl bo socially commercially and politicallyidentified per ; iirtue'and yet our Constitution'deprivesthem
Merchants, trading name Courts of the Eastern Circuit, and in the Supreme debt,for money raised by' loans, which '
the United
My UUJ 30I1K U. TONS DavU Kolb Fanning, and I, the civilization and institutions however that so soon a( of of their
Court at J Jacksonville also in the United State with should have been raised by taxation. The a part privileges.U does
:'. .. April .0,56. Administrator Heresies B.:W.Andrews.rPIIE District Court at St.Augustine., Having daring of the South. Their relation ,to the tendency under our State Government has States whose debts these are in good those who are "convicted 'of ...-'-

"\ ii that application will Complainants this cause, baring thirJL soy occupancy of the Probate office acquired eon ,Gulf of Mexico will, however,. with 'or been I think to touch too cautiously the faith, shall pay them, or,any part of them, juryor other infamous mme* 'Thea.sections .
TlOTICE bereky given filed their Bill of Complaint and it iderable familiarity with all matters relating to the monel.h&I1 be immediately applied to,
day appearing make them to I think all
1 without annexation a great are : prescriptive; antirepublican
.Ie Ue Le siatBre of.the Stat of and to rely too much
by the affidavit of WiUJun IL GtUiland, the estates of minors and deceased persons, and and their civilization taxing power upon the redemption of that class for whichthe.. and
J'Iari4& for .Innraoce Company with Banking and Administrators extent our customers, as deficiencies. This J unnecessary I'therefore
one of said complainants that all of said Defendants the settlement of accounts by 0 uardian loans to supply may made.
'VrirUcet. U Jeduoorfl I, to be called the reside beyond the limits nf this State to wit: I tender my services particularly to I increases and their capacity for production be seen by reference to the following table: payment was so respectfully recommend that the'' General
1! Mfcs0.rule Itaunaet and 'Baaiing Company, the said'Defendant Benjamin O. Throntoo atDaldanags persons having business in that line twill also is developed we may .concentrate The Comptroller's report .shows some Assembly adopt the neeesisry measures to

mi ."ei1tl,1S5G in the State of Georgia the said Defendants attend to Pension, Bounty Land and to all other I upon oar Gulf ports an amount .of business Ravenna collected. Warrant issued." sixteen thousand dollars of arrearages place the question of their repeal 'bthrsthequa1if1edotenoftheState.

Stephen E. Davis,'Charles H. Kolb and eaimi against the Federal Government entrusted ,which we have present no data of For the fiscal year ending 31st Oct," against defaulting Tax Collectors: the >-*3"-:
.- Notice. in the of in the with nor.l7-lT 1356 $77.597 TO ,. 56
Joseph A. Fanning city Augusts lame promptness. estimating/ produce thrown into our .4 ?4 ,1847, 43,25760 62,78746 hands ;of the several Solicitors for collection The amendment of oar Constitution
the Jler-
State ef Georgia, end laid Defendant
J '.v'mS claims against the Estate cutes K.Vf.Andrew in the city of Baltimore in Smith & Bradford. porta from these Southern latitudes wculd, U 1843, 56,'. 7'.l 64,91331 which will probably be coming for which changed the sessions of the"General
Al ALL per-a**". 4eea .4. are hereby notified the State of Maryland. Therefore on motion).f much of it, go further North and 'East" inquest ."' .l1 1843 69,63811 1 65,80779 : ward is time to be used u a staking fond Assembly rom annual to biennUt/Sru

Ill I'otl'r Fees. *.shutkaW withIn the Felix Llrneton, &r, Solicitor for said Complain ATTOHNKJT,AT LAW of consumers,and with tbe road from M H 1850 46,07984 33,55933 ,' for the purposes above indicated, and ur- adopted mainly asa measure .'economy.

I.(, or1111 tU aotiee aU perIa.will be. sets, It b ordered, that said Defendant do appear EOLICITOBIH CHAHCrST Pensacola in the West with its feeders&omnSiJ.ndrews "H' "" 1351 1852 57,141 65,61963 10 67,18113 5,23147 less th*,General Assembly.shall. find it It'lr doubted whether it has served;thopurpctee

and answer to said Bill on or before the first Mil, much
ldarks and the '
make appropriations
piMdhtUroftheirneorery, L. nsttdia te pay. Jay November next or Decree pro-confecM Alligator and XtmaatrSle, Fla and-SU .u U IBSS,, 57,27836 108,60788 necessary to of; :.any great extent; ,and,there
.4Uedt..4 y4tAt. will auke. -* POKS, will be taken against them. >. And it U farther ordered. WILL attend all I.lltruk4 road from Tampa in, the South, with, its H 1354,' 62,60151 63,41713 exceeding the average former years, the are to my mind 'controlling reasons "whj

Iii .iMet. U. the TtndenicHd.Ker. JOHN Admin.*.. .-. that publication of this order be made in to them promptly feeder (rum C dar Key, with others in .M 1855,. 68,36519, .SS. &.19. surplus under the present .revenue Jaw we shouldretunn'at, the earie4daj* prse-

II B. lL->6-tf some newspaper, published within the Eastern K. I B.'lUDrOU, prospect not embraced in our system all will be sufficient meetthe interest u it ticable;.to annual sessions. 'fl"'

I t ATTENTIOW.M Onaitot Florida one a week fer four 'months, Office.1I"BtT.1.1TI I I Office' at NewnansvUle concentrating upon the fine port of FVrnandina. 1335,71431 o 3S matures. TVe '&'bewlSLate, .ntJ&J'9 netvnung _
,Urely,previous the said first,Monday )aI77-17 her beautiful and extensive bay of Revenue.tur "
kaviaf Jan r Urn d from Kew *** "iib.r anat.in This shows a comiTuTlox1L A3itDIETs.. to def elope oar resources -W4h1

1'nl.m"'r largest and ricIae stock el1r *.; *i chamber this the 5gaUcntli dij if NOTICE. her tine bar"and deep waters, could not the ten years, ninety-two thousand one 'ba1d7'baTe been expected that require freqnenuictsst I. ..-
I tt'M1aT.i. Jewelry ever bronrbt to this nar.A Ol," IBM. A.D. 1856. SIX weeks after date application win be made fail to build no at that point the Great Atlantic hundred and seventy-nine 04100(92,179( 'It could :'of times to:'protect and f6stcreflterprIaeotb
lathes the pabCe In aa czacoi. the IIoJ.the Judge of ProbaU Duval South..Holding deficiency the Territory Flold rith, her limited
s ri(pee( mOy WILLIAM rOKWAKD City: /tAe 04,100) dollars or equal to an average e .times perhaps to 'restrain" 'exceffttfs.As .
I .t el&l.. C.VM. CEO. FLAG. Judge. County, ,for Letters of Administration oo the Es- aa.we do within car" borders the of over nine thousand dollars perannum. population ii 1838,and- suffering (from; theriragesofsnl.ndiaxi '. Iea. .
tb'Us. OY. It tn. taU of Henry Lindsay, deceased. war chqufd have assembled Ytf'1&teUi.ort injeniil,. bnprtMR- .,
tIJ/IPT fine Bay of Tarn pa near bur extreme South, .To supply; this,loans have .beensuredt6byspedaI "
11 IL. I .10\15. 1856-6w JAMES LATIMER townu .mentiJD4gQntecr 'nit&aQUD :..
1II1 omce. N $ $ a Convention distinguished J
Notice. .11 flS&Z in West and 'under the
cl 1M enp the Bay of Peoaacola oar extreme Acts on.the market. largo 'am $''itrGd' OY
I N 1v..tW .! .wUt rrro. ides this corcA:0toUGn: ; LAND WARRUTh.mUEVNDEES1GXED and,the Bay of Ff roaudias'and 'the SaintJobn'IBiverln'oUreXtreWO' law authorizing Comptroller to.in vest for the,wisdom of its zoenpers, other valuable* athiuiuLt4h*

l' '.;J\4e tG' 'II Ute .ar Cima Court O'1.COnnty will.pay .CASH to. North East, the:School, Seminary i and, InternaTImpvoTtmuot that coold .have JramedConaUtoUoa' : interest: >

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-"imd two Jtatt/JbisUtutionr of high order and the rasenceof the liberty ; and The tbird'atage"ofihis unhappy sectional rzs Below we pnblish the decision of A PTOVIDnsTlAI/ I F1UiOsTAn'oreespomleftt.f

: [tbajm thing f increasing amount o( greatness of the Republic.. peace controversy was in' connexion'with the icJACKSQNVIUiE' r iill elu J' dge'O'Ncallof, Sooth Carolina upon the. There' i is ,aspiration so glorious as that Col .tbe4y 4 ,
;. ordinary bctuteasHhrown the difftrrnt Jo of the Subcrip.tions the to do Howard, bending Tuci ,,
dung this, they hare; at the same organization of territorial governments \ 'nestion-as to the legality Vlre I Df eofghi, ti* duej. air, tuomb
Stat officers-call loudly fur attention time emphatically condemned the idea of and"the admission of new States into UHf '. made by the City Councilor Chareston ,over the couch of sickness and smoothingthe I alleged, had made reflection. on tho, it i,

j ..P :'jnly justify but require the annu organizing in these United States mere Union. When it was proposed to-admit : ,to.the: Stoc1cor.certain Rail deotppaniea. pillow of death, was greater than'Na' I and paivntsg ofColonel ViCth nt.tber .
and of the Pecfde's :
isuon supervision
geographical parties ;.of marshalling-. in the State of Maine., by separation of territory The decision is of s m41 Intcr'eat polcon at Austcrlitz And Thomas Hollo-
at re; rcsentativrs.- rigid and frequent hostile limy toward each other the dif- from that,of Massachusetts; and the r. GcbV 'CiW

i examination of alt State office, and a ferent parts of tho country,North or South, State'of Missouri formed -a portion'of SATURDAY DEC, 13, 1856. in out Stats salt ina/ have some bearing ; way, whose inestimable medicin are suldulng' ?- t merchant doing busime

I '. *t"f: "strict accountability of all ofr.r e,- gait or Sest the territory ceded by Prance to, the United -. opon similar! cases arising 'un ler our disease of every type in every' parC York, .niL residing fa BmokIy ,

; 'svnlial tu thepropcr the Schemes of this-nature, fraught with incalculable States representatives in Congress obJected own laws- and Rail, Road, Charters. It of the habitable globe, is more worthy ofrcspccB last week sentenced to a fine ofon, bun. m
t ."ITrnl'nt and should not be deferred mischief and which thc considerate to tile aduussionof the latter unless FLORIDA ELRC'tlONomdal.. O'Neall sustains and honor than warrior that tired dotbrtnd I ten day IthpFISOi51
that Judge lit
'.M,; Le most prvstinj and important sense of the people has rejectedcouldhare with conditions Baited to particular.views will be Been. any the common U.I. .of King county

reasons.BattliUis. had countenance in no part of the of public policy. The Imposition of a con t:3 a tot'tt-. : ( the legality of the subscriptions :- evcr'drew the sword. \VhenKossuth risi-1 for bnHaSy! tfaippihg his niece, a JoW

1 not silL ""e'lben1d never country,,had they not been disguisedby dition was successfully resisted. Dot at n. ':' 4. "a':' ,,o"C,: ; TUe State Er Helv James Cop" :'.- the of ted the United States he was designated laity sixteen years of age with a caw lot

forgett1&nt we are I par of a complex system suggestions planaibJe' In appearance acting the same,period tho question ,was presented Q' Major and Aldermen of the :.city' by oneuf, our clergy as the -"providentialman.1 disobedience. of hn order a* a gnardfan.TO .
; : of government f we are ono of ufion-ah excited state of the public' mind, of imposing restrictions upon'tbe residue ,- Ik'ranktins177 .; I .""' t 'Charleston.Molion .- Surely' Professor Ilolloway. who -
l .the sovereign States of tbe Federal Union ; induced Ay causes temporary in their char- of the territory ceded by France. ; 96 49VTaihlDrtob153 -, ,- foi*,a'rule:to show cause why an'h .

li ; 1'' ., i that tber are extensive interests in' that acter, and it is to be Uoped- transient That qntstion' was, for the time disposed 72:; *5' :- -7T", h nformation in the nature of',a.Q-o; War- has come to our country on a nobler :errand
Uni antagonistic to us and our ; their intlu nce. of by the adoption of a geographical'' line Jat'UoD.43t; ''457 '- ;, .. fTHolme ranto)should not be issued against the Re better deserves that, title., His, establishment ptcfl

I t pizt'cn We should never lose sight oft Perfect liberty of, 9rx1ation for political of limitation.In -'- .--* 76 87 --*',*<8% spondents. in New York has,.been the

t the fact tba should that antagonistic interest objects and the widest scope of diicasfrion this connexion ,it should not be for Walton129. .,.' 300 J.t3 ,; :W J? It appears that the Respondents, aff the -fcntal of health l to Ihousatrds- T WEI AVP1TED. '
Gadsdcb 323 vanoai source
I had '
) J r W', any other, possess itself' of the an the received atd.ordinary conditions gotten that France or her own accord, resolved Leon -'- .: .;- .414294 35;: .:-* CitY Council of Charleston: the citizen 'Hia sgeies. deem it, *duty I oWtor sti.I .(/, ..
I different dpr1n\! Federal Oor of government In'our couutry. Our for cunsiderationsorthe most far- Ws'ku1I&I69 149' ,.J ., fG' tim *krore Decenmber,15&exerclsed our afllictedfellow > the afflicted, to offer this te$titBo U L
$*; to wield its the ; .,. :143, 178 io* of subscribing to the capital stock of established in' city and town of the | j la f m
r : crm.ht p\t. institution, framed in, the prit: ,of:confidence sighted !a acit1.- to cede Louisiana i to Jefrenon ..390 T 'power every that estimable medicine "PftBY *
( destruction or injury it in the intelligent and integrity of United'States and that accession was ac- II am U tou. ,-_. 180 1.7' '40LCTJ different Railroad, Companies, within and Unionare the PEOPLE'S .DISPENSARIES. Kitti"' DAVIS Pit*
; '
e State Government:that we are to look the people dd nut turbid citizens either individually epted by the United Slates, the Utter expressly -... .. 43 &5' ; HDuval : without" the State. The Rclator; taxpaying \7han pwjJoj throcfclrGaJena; wo*
of his medicines
113NOSMH What is true of the popularity two week
341 434 I
denies purchased at
4 ago
.lur protection and security in that hour of or associated together, to attack engaged that "t inhabitants s of . 13 corporator of the city, powr joar rseney a 21nt
133 7Q .
(danger* It is pre-eminently our Govern- by writing, speech, or any otucr methods, the ceded territory shall be incorporated in Yon roe( -1. ,:. 222 sf 1701.i! I -, to'"subscribe! I\.n d. to assess him to W here, is true throughout the world ; bottle. I was th'tJ5fl'ctinZ ftw*mer ly
a .'inent, andshould never be pcitnitted to become short of physical force tho Constitution tho Union of' tho United State and admitted I UilUborougU 365 173 161 for the same. He gives the informationby for wherever civilization has penetrated, braued band; I applied it in lbs slots; aj aajtonlihedat

in tbe estimation of out people one and the_\ry_eiMtence of the Union.. Under as soon as possible, according Uernaml*.....-, 101 40 35-. -, affidavit, on whkh the motion for the by land or sea,they are knowrTandT,appre- to almost Instintituosj-(eElt Bev
I **r f"secondary 1m Ot'unCl'. We should the shelter of'ibis great liberty. and i: the! principles of the Federal Constitution, St. John -, 199 75 134, rule is founded. ciated. From Greenland Terra del Fuego fore I Icfttb itoTf the inflaiaatioa wu removed

t : ,: -t cherish 'it as the anchor of our hope, the protected bj the laws and usages of the : to the enjoyment of all the rights advantages Putham70, -25 : IllJ -16' The !e was fully argved both for theState'dnd andffa 1c, ttia aa hour tbs p aLnl 'ceased j.
) .' 'shield vt our defence, and the parent of our government they assail associations have i and immunities! of citizensof the United 'Orango---1 CllW1ia52 41 33 -12 for the Respondent; before meat -from the Mississippi to the Ganges two 4AsfllbS.flr was weft aYvef.tfnCfc..

:t & #;,i security. Let us then annually assemble been l lortued, in some ot the States individuals : States ; and in the meantime: they Alachaa 361 142 147 Oran'giburg.,: they are advertised in every' printed lan to.U really aromeJy.INd.tBrmlnad totj iu* if

nr: around her altarl,counsel with each other, iv ho, pretending toseek only to prevent shall be maintained and protected in_the Columbia- -4R2 460 '. ; 66 1 have given 'to the'caEe a good deal of guage, and resorted to by races of every ftcts as a eoritivo for thePifea, wtocVl fo\l f.

I r. mt Iightup the fires of patriotism and onT the spread of the institution of elavery free enjoyment of !their !liberty"i ; properly, Mad'uon .'. 454 360 ';" -' 112 '. reflection,'and the rcsuit'to \Inch I have I name and color, as the only reliable and been,martjt t>r year* After fire
each returning year dedicate onrsclvcs and into the or future inchoate Stales and the religion which they profess,"-that Cothoun----- SOT. 12 come makes it unnecessary for me tC) I loloW dreninp.
present Santa Row 200 86 remedies in all the of disease... piles were aurmj the tainjt that !
S34 uj
't her service. territorial -;- and ingenious argument proven phases fetor fam
children to learned
'dj 1 .: T our anew of the Union, are really inflamed with: desire II is to say, while it remains in a Escwnbia )Ihe, : very '
249 234 now enlLrtly .free front thj.a
] ; the Relalor's counsel. The I medical of London sat .U
maintained by leading periodicals at rtoJ
rtJUiL aEL1no to change the domestic institutions of condition, its Inhabitants: arc ManaUe .' 24 31 ' 12 presented
(" t tVe hare through the most existing States. To accomplish their objects and protected the, free enjoyment of Marion . 324 210' 66 The words of the charter, 4th section of and Edinburg not only except HOLLOW A 1'$ health as ever I was in niy kf.. I ha,, reeem-

:, '"v just passed contest they delicate themselves to the odi- their liberty and property, with a right Sumptor- ,- 100 49 1Libortj the act of 1783. 7 Stat. 9d, are very broad PILLS and OINTMENT from their general' mended the Pain Killer to other, and always
and political ,
\ j exciting important pus task of depreciating the government then to pass into tho condition of Stateson .--83 63 17 '- both as to the power claimed of subscribing with! good effut. Several of the ePta6sttt.app.r .
that hu ever our govern. denunciations of'patent medicines but unreservedly
I "It't. I It organization which stands in their way, a footing of perfect equality with'theoriginal -- and also assessing;; The City 'Council, rirer boats carry with thea a constant
ibcnt It was an alarming contest. was 6358 4813Tjl\ \ up-
\<\\4 to wmake and commend them. In short if
1 ** and calumniating, with indiscriminate States., inter alias, is empowered ply, sad consider Kone of the mott TalaaM
and tho issue
sections *
between *'
"* contest tbe of the Stale, of this Union. invective, not only the citizens of particular The enactment licb established thisrestrictive Msjoi! .itV.fur D Buchanan 1523)) ,Perry establish such by-laws, rule, and ,ordinuii; we arc to believe concurrent testimony of dicta,, ever discovered.I .-

,j 4 The Was success equality of the sectional Northern candidate States, with whose laws they find fault, geographical line, 'was acquiesced majority for Governor was 320. -The Democratic COB, resjiectriig lire harbor, slretla, lane,, all nations, Professor Holloway has dune 'am, dear sir, respectfully. yonrs. -

-'. with his platform embracing the but all others of their fellow-citizens in rather than approved by'the States gain i 5p tlie Presidential rote is public buildings, work houses markets' I ameliorate human suffering and JOSEPH O.Soli MARTIN.
; it
.* >I' > *" slave States the throughout the country who do not participate of the Union. It stood on the statute wharves, public houses,carriages. wagonscarts' more by all dealer*in Medicine
If restoration *
'admission [d.c.tj.
( no more therefore 1205.IMPORTANT.
':,: .j,; of the Missouri restriction the with them in their assaults upon the book. however, for a number of years ; and _. : drays, pumps, buckets,.tiro engines, rob tho grave of victoms, than any other'
r .
,. 4 abolition slavery in the District of:Col Constitution, framed and adopted by our the people of the respective States acquiesced LEGI3IiATIOfThe the care of the poor, the regulation 01 sea- medical discoverer of this or any former

I urobla the repeal of the fugitive slave law. fathers and claiming for the privileges it in the re-enactment of the principle! as men or disorderly people, negroes and in age. We have unquestionable] authority Proposal'sK

; and ultimately, the abolition of the institution has secured and the blessings it has con applied to the State of:Texas ; and! it was great measure of the session. has general every other by-law or regulationthat for saying that his central offices fur the

I" in the Stales would have forced the ferred, the steady support and grateful reference proposed to acquiesce In its further"appli- been introduced into the IIoiiseof Representatives shall appear to them requisite and F GRADIXQ AND rrcNisuiso CROST

a, t South to Keek her safety in a diiiolution of their children. They seek an cal C'n to the territory acquired by' the and was rnadqthic special order necessary for the security, welfare, and old and world-London and New 1al TIES on that portion,, of the Kovid
of the Union. But fanaticism has been object, which they well know to be a revolutionary United States from Mexico. But this proposition convenience of the said cny, or for preserv.ng York-send out annually more than ten Ke extending from Santaff River to CeJ., '
for to-day. The object of the bill is to and j-sone e vent j miles-are in vUeiL Pbroi,
I I beaten. The South with a band of pure one. They are perfectly aware was snscessTiilly resisted by the peace order. good government millions of dollars' worth of hia medicine di.poed. to contract can examine profiU .
": and noble patriots at the North, lovers of that the change in the relative condition of representatives from tho, northern Stites, provide ways and means for the'paymentof for the same"-so, too, they are furthei The statistics: of the cures effected by their iflcatLon at oar e. at Fernindina. azmd.p

., "justice and the Constitution, have breasted the white and black races in the slavchold- who, regardless of tile statute line, insisted the debts of the State. A most important empowered "to make such assessments otth'e JOSEPH FIEGAN co:

". the storm and recbievcd a triumph. The log States which they would promote, is upon applying; restriction to the ne'w territory measure and should be approached: inhabitants of Charleston, on those means, cannot of course, bo &ascertained Fernandin,VIa, Doc.8,1 356.

,i' ) patriots of the country, North.South East, beyond their lawful authority ; that to generally, whether lying north or with tho deliberation. At "'who'hold taxable property wthinthc| | samo, but judging from the facts within our own

:1 >and West are rejoicing in the election of a them it is a foreign object; that it cannotbe south of it, thereby repealing' it, as a legislative profoundcst for the safety, convenience: benefit, and limited sphere of observation we should IIouses and Lots for SaTe. *
conservative able and Statesman: as effected by any peaceful instrumentality compromise and, on the part'of the the commencement of the present fiscal: advantage of the said city, as bhall appearto
pure sold
that no ordinary ..volume could > at Public AnotUmf Ia
President of the United States. And it is of theirs ; that for them, and the Statesof :iorth, persistently violating the compact. year the debt of the State was only $180 them expedient." say quarto WILIlx House, at 12 rfeloekM,fro"the rf

; ::. a matter for honest and earnest congratulation which they are citizt'Dsthe, only pathto compact there was. 000 or thereabouts, b'ut'now.. we learn I It seems to mc that the po.ver to subscribe ,contain the record. Surely the discovererand art day January next, (if cot'prtrlowtT on d f.poeJ .

': But let us not lay abide our armor. iU accomplishment is through burning Thereupon this cnaclmcnt ceased to have from the Message of his Excellency Gov. i fur stock in a Railroad Company, philanthropist: who has accomplishedsuch of at private sale! ,) two raliabl. 110CSB3
cities and iitslds and virtuo in sense whatever. as the inhabitants: or tax and LOTs, in the town Jacksonville. QM
Mr. Buchanan has carried fourteen out of ravaged slaughtered binding any and lo assess payers results without be coat -
mar, arrogance,
". j the fifteen Southern Stales and many of populations and all there is most terriblein respects: the North or the South; and so Eroomc, th\t, it foots op the handsome of the city for the same, i ia plainly within styled a PROVIDENTIAL MAN. iV. O. no iiw ess twelve out-buitdings., ant!the other and.var.oen4jl, fcl

t them by large majorities and ;yet he does. foreign complicated with civil and fer in effect it was treated on the occasion of little sum of125,.000 ; and we dare say the general discretionary power! : committedto ry or the larger one desirably as a Boar-Xing littited Iloof MresUencca ,.
I ,'Uefar and triaL the first in the attempt the admission of the State of California. the Council. But if it was not, I Pica ynzze.
not go into the Presidential Chair backed ; step that it may be fct down in round'numbersat City All nccess *ry information can be obfennei by
,fl by the moral force of the country. Ho is is the forcible disruption of %, coun- and the organization; of the territories of think that the whole controversy is closed application to C. iWELL,'
not less than )
.lit elected by a plurality and not a majority try embracing in its broad bosom a degree New Mexico Utah: and Washington.Such $500,000. by the Sd section of the act of'5 J, 12 Stat. DISASTERS TO STRIKERS -The year aboutto At his Grocery Store, cor. of A. i hogan it*.

..r ;' 'of the people of the United Stales. The of liberty, and an amount of individual and was the state of this question when The magnltutc of tho debt, in view or 37:J page, which enacied "that all subscriptions clo33 will present a fearful record of I.ve TERJIS-One-third cash, biltoc at autjr to4

1 ,. ; fanatical party who a few years since were public prosperity, to which there is no parallel the time arrived for the organization of the the res'mrccs of the Stap, Is fearful to heretofore made by the Guy Council: lost on passenger steamers' mostly navigating ninety JoiksontUIe diys Approved, Fla., Dec.paper.13,135 .-3tU.

regarded as too contemptible in numbers in history, and substituting in- its place territories: of Kansas and Nebraska. In contemplate ; and in providing the ways to any RlI.ilroad.ltankroad, or Canal Company inland waters. Ocean steamers have

., to be cither feared or respected, have be- hostile governments driven at once and the progress of constitutional inquiry and and for its the ," within or without the limits of this thus far been more favored than for several THE ,
come a cilghty host and have boldly put vitably into mutual devastation and reflection it hid now at l length come to be means paymentall politics Slate and all bonds heretoore: issued by 3eai 8. The list cow stands, as follows. : S. MAIL STI.3lERMADISON

: forth their impious hands to pull down fiat/icidal carnage, transforming the new seen clearly that Congress doc.yiot pOSS Ai economy of the General Assembly w'.ll: be them'for'the purpose of raising money are Lives Lost

r", I our fabric of government and establish a peaceful and felicitous brotherhood into a constitutional power to impoarf restrictions brought' into requisition. The bill under hereby fully authorized and confirmed,and In Msrci! fcrry boat New Jersey 32

detpotian upon the ruins of the Constitu- vast permanent camp of armed men like of this character, upon any present or future I consideration proposes to ratec en the rre declared to obligatory in law upon the June, Steamer at. Longueil 38 ,
the rival monarchies of and Asia. State of the Union. in a long series I Council and City." CAPT. JAMES TUCKER,
0 g.. : tion. Upon a mere adventurer they have Europe dit of the State the sum $000.000.. An said City JulySteamer Northern India, 1.. J: 26
'. cast Tote at l least equal to the entire vote Wtlll knowing that such and such only, uf decisions, on tho fullest arguments, and I The argumnet adduced from this proviso Julrl'r"lcllerTintlJ! 18 IS now mainE lemi-oionloly triu betw ?a

,: of the fifteen Southern States. They arc I are the means and the consequences of their after the most deliberate conskleratljn., amount sufficient to pay the liabilities that the Slate is thereby estopped to JulrStt-aU1crJ"ht Jay,Lake Gebrgel5 leaves BAY-TORT Bay-Port on and the 3d COLCMBCS and 19th Florida;_

.. '. sustained by a majority, and a large majority I plans and purposes they endeavor to pro- the Supreme Court of the United States which have already accrued as well as those deny, that the subscriptions ol the City July, Steamer Empire State 14 leaver Culuoit on the ,12t! and rfe.h 26th fe nwnlh*ch;

of the voters of the free States. A pare the people of the United States for had finally determined this point in every which may hereafter accrue against the Council made before to Railroad Companies Au;. Steamer Nautilus) Gulf of M.,40Sept. month-conneclin? at Cedar Key with the N.w

,4 small adjustment of the vote will give them civil war by doing every thing in their power form under which this question could nrise.whctlur State in consequence of the Indian war.- aro valid, seems tome to bo irresistible. ., Steamer Niagara, L Michigan; G6 Orleans and Kew West Steaaen [dec.U-ly
i the support of these States unanimously. to deprive the Constitution and tho laws affecting public' or private rightsin It is exactly what ruled the State from Oct., Steamer Sapenion L. Mchigm: 35
of moral and to undermine the of the domain: uf religion The Treasurer is authorized by tho bill to the charater of the
authority W.
The election of Mr. Buchanan gives us a questions public proceeding to' Oct., Propeller J Brooks, L. O. 30 ST. AUGUSTINE
;, J't.pite-we dare not look wi h confidence fabric of the Union by appeals to passion navigation, and (If servitude. Issue from time to time certificates of debtin Bank of Charleston for suspending specie November, Steamship LcLyonnais 78 ANDE'xcor1

for more. With one and a quarter million and sectional prejudice, by indoctrinating The several States of the Union are, by the name and behalf of the State in payment. Tho State ,vs. The Bank of November, Propeller: Toledo -41

:: \ .Totet organized fanaticism will struggle i its people with reciprocal hatred, and by force If the constitution, co-equal in domestic sums of $500 each, redeemable in ten Charleston. 2d \lc J uUen.' page 439. Iii : : ,ALT

J hard for tbe ascendancy. The time has, in educating them to stand face- to face as legislative power. Congress cannot that ease, inasmuch as tho Legislature by Total 433 :
with interest
any judgement comB when the South enemies, rather than shoulder to shoulderas change a law of domestic relation in the years, at seven per cent.from the act of '39, subsequent to the suspension -! The gales on the lakes during the

; Ii should lorgct differences and stand as friends. State of Maine, no more than: it can in the the date of their issue, payable temi-an had extended the time of payment uf I sent reason have been almost unprecedented pres-- Through ((wtih. change of lionet) aThree'an.ta1Ialj

I .-one man for the defence of the Constitu It; Is by the agency ofauch unwarrantable State of Missouri. Any statute that proposes mially, which certificates the Governor 5 is the last ir.Btahnenl of the.increased capital in severity. Forty-nine vessels have Ilottrt.we.do .

!;: 4 tion and her rights under it. She should interference foreign and domestic that to do this is a more nu'.l.ty: ; it lakes authorized to sell at par, and failing in thi: 11 stock of the Bank to such time as the been lost, including 17 steam crafts aivl J 32

I '
,." her last submission to unconstitutional ex: have been so infhmcd into the passionate maini on the statute boukjUiirepealeil, it .1 upon same, it was bcU, that'thcforfeiture (if at 200, as the lorn-si caTctlba On.- FARE$2.QO.TUO .
; "t actions. Her watchword should be read condemnation of the domestic institutions ramaiiii tdere only as a monument of error tion. What will be the fate of the bill ware any) was waived, and the State could noi Journal of Commerce. -

': j of all men, "Equality in the Union, or independence of the Southern States, as at and a beacon of warning; to the legislator not prepared to say, and should it pas then set it up. This was an implication create the.Speed net an redneo.1 Comfurt tteFare of we da a-.

I I" out of it.'" length to pass insensibly to almost equally and statesman. To repeal it will be and become a law, whether the certificate Here the State expressly confirms the acts COMMERCE NEW Yo .. The
': ; Pledging my heart co-operation in all passionate hostility towards their fellow only to remove imperfection from thn statute can be sold at par, or even borrowed previously done. In this case the State i is or and merchandise a importsof horses and driver, end the pereon.tl altnntioa or
money the
j foreign produce at *
r constitutional measures calculated to promote citizens those States, and thus finallyto without airecling. either in the seueofpermi.sionor the actor-the proceeding i is by the consent the proprietor will be giving the line. The pablo
_ _I 4 t the honor and interest of our beloved fall into temporary fellowship with the prohibition, the action of by pledging them as security, is a question of the Attorney General. Mr. Copes, poi t of New York for the mouth of November need not upprehend any delay of ellier p.r.oa or

,1. S -i:.: Stale; and with an earnest prayer that avowed and active enemies of the C..institution. the Stales, or of their citizens. which has yet to be tested.: The truthis the Relator merely gives the informatIon are 2,521,357 greater than for the baggage. The sabsoribor (..recently from Macon
Ardently attached to liberty in Still when the nominal restriction ol unless the General Government how be can claim anything same month of last year and $1,883,618 Goorgia) having had nin y ars expcrieooa In the
t.I t. the Uc of all Grace may preside over foots I don't see than for November liS5lL This business, eon with confidence assure the public,of
tto. jour deliberations and direct your counsels the abstract, they do not stop to consider this nature, already a dead letter in law, the bill which has accrued and i is still' accruing which the State cannot demand. greater perfect tmlitfactioi:.'
I for the prosperity of our Common- practically, bow the objects they would attain was in terms lepealed by tho last Congress This reasoning necessarily supposes that increase says the Journal of Commerce, We shall bo "on ban I"on the arrival 'of retry
t ., bo to reflect in clause of the the territories from the Indian: war,we arc a doom constitutional if it be has been less the result of the orders from Boat.MASOX. ft DIBBLE
vtalth and the ptomotion of His glory! can accomplished, nor a act organizing the Act of 54 is ;
1 I am, yours fellow citizen that,even if the evil were as great as they of Kansas and Nebraska, that repeal cd people.-Sentinel, !9/A inat. net. then the State of course is not bound this side than the disposition manifested St. Anjastino Dee 1,13-36.

.. JANKS: E. I31tOOME.t deem it, they have no remedy to applyandthat was made the occasion of a widespreadand by it., In the course of my service. as a by foreign holders, under the pressure of REFEKEXCEtMaster
\>f Appointments by ths C owe the money markets abroad to realise of every Boat on the River, and aQ who
it be only their violence It mol' called upon
can aggravated by dangerous agitation. was : U'gedtillit Judy, l have been repeatedly Upon h Te tried ns. : lt and unconstitutional action. A the original enactment being a compact His Kxcellency Gov. Brooine hasxmnde t. stand between the state and the Legislature their stock by shipping it to the United! %* KepoVIican copy.

I .. 1,; President's Message. question which is one of the moot difficult perpetual moral obligation, its repeal tho follmvinz appointments for this county, and pronounce the Acts of the latter States. The total exports from New Yorkto
:: ') of all the problems of social institutions, constituted an odious breach of faith. and with the .vlvics and unconstitnlional and void-whenever foreign ports, for the month ofNovera Cheapest Esthblishment
by of
consent the
-, Ftllov-Ciiizcnt of the Senate and political economy and statesmanship, they An act of Congress, while it remains un- thty have clearly appeared.. I have ber, exclusive of specie, were 931,205. lea

-4 Houte of Representatives: treat with uureasoning intemperance of repealed, more especially ifit ba constitutionally General Assembly: never l hesitated to- assume the responsibility than for November 1855, but 2,699,070? .

,I The Constitution requires that the Pres-1 thought and language. Fztremes > -
.- '. Went shall, from time to time, not only recommend extreams. Violent attack from the North public! functionaries whoso duty it i is to Barrett, Henry E. Ilolrccs. Charles liroward unconstitutional, no Judge will undertaketo shipments of'specie wero greater than for '

: o' 1 to the consideration of Congress finds its inevitable consequence in the pronounce on that )point, is undoubtedly ,jr., A. M. Heed, II. II. Il c.-g. adjudge that it is. last year, but not as large as for the year [J [iI.J

1 such measures as he may judge necessary growth of a spirit uf angry defiance at the binding on the conscience of each good citizen Auctioneer W. Cole. I confess that don't see any ground on previous.
I' but also that be shall South. Thus in the of of the But -George '
I ,I and expedient, give progress events we Republic. in what tense which the Act of 54 can be ruled uncon
I; I" information to them of the state of the had reached that consumation, which the can it be asserted that thc enactment in Lumber Measurer"T. J. Branning.2T stitutional., It is clearly within:' the legislative Hollowiy't Pills, an extraordinary Remedy !
Union. To do this fullyiinvolves exposi- voice of the people has not so pointedly question was invested with perpetuity and power committed; by the Constitution fur termination 'of Blood td the IX1 THF SOUTH. .'
; tion of* ll matters ia the actual condition I rebuked of the attempt of a portion of the entitled to the respect <>1 a solemn com Mr. Flagg, it will be seen by reference to the General Assembly. It does not Head.:Henrietta Wright" of N wbur;,
_ 'T'lIE ul rn fs t icsnnfacJL -
prspared <
_ .-. '; of the country, domestic or foreign.which States by''a sectional organization and pact. No distinct contending powers of the to his advcrtisnfcnt, announces to undertako to impair the obligation of a New York, suffered most excessively for tar?eon>a 'an>*r extenoir now ccaJe, q

{ : .essentially concern the general wefare.I .- movements to usurp the control of the government, no eepcratu sections of the the public that, he haj returned from the contract. It affirms the act of a municipal eight years and a. hall from, termination of Sashes Doors Blinds Shutter

_ While performing his constitutional duty government of the United States. Union treating as such, entered into treaty north with a large stock of Jewelry&c corporation, and acknowledges it to bo as blood to the head, sobad at times that she ,
:,' : ,.i ID thil respect, the President does not 1 confidently believe that the great bodyof stipulations on the subject. It was a good as if tho Legislature had previously would/all down In crossing"' aa'ifad. ; Mouldings, &c.r -
j r }" ,'.peak merely to express personal convictions those who inconsiderately took this fatal mero clause of an act of Congress, and like What he says is true, for we have examined given the power. There is certainly a d' She consulted'three different. ph.Csicia'ns AH of which are made from best seasoned TThit*

." t but as the executive miuster of tbe step, are sincerely attached to the Con- any other controverted matter of legislation his stock, and find it to be the mostelegant great difference, in this respect, between ;anJ.sttidionsly followed! their ad- ,iine, and at prices lower thai have ever been.oAfert : -

- ".f government enabled by his position, and. stitution and the Union. They would, received i its final shap and was passed one ever brought 'to this market municipal and private corporations.The vice, which .however failed to beaefil her, glazed d before'with French in the GIas.South sail,Hi W the Sashe 'are"aII u at ?tstyle. 1

rl' called upon by his oflicial obligations, to upon deliberation, shrink with unaffected by compromise of conflicting opinions To all of our readers who design purchasing former is always very much uudef the and her dissolution was hourly expected. ,8-10 Sashw ar.faruishcl; Rl very 9 cents per
., : scan with an impartial tbe interests of horror from conscious act of disunion or sentiments of the members of At this time she tried Hollowav's Pills
_ i eye any Congress.But article in that Jine would cal control (as a part the-law-making power light, and 8-10 Blinds, twelve Iight.fcat *150 per
4I the whole, and of every part of tho United or civil wai. But they have entered intoa ifit i had moral authority oVer mcn's any say, ) of the 'Le;islatur The latter may which quickly did their wOI'k.removing pair;and alt other sizes Sashe* ari4 Brovbatcorrespun.lin
_t, : f States. path, which leads nowhere, 'uules it be consciences, to whom did the authority on Mr. Flagg.UNDaRGROUND. stand their Charter (rum the system all the noxious matter low price having s large \Tare

_ -I ': 4 Of condition of the domestic interests to civil war and,disunion, and which has tach ? Not to those of'the' North," who If, it upon be necessary to look to authority, carrying off tins bad fluids and left her in house, I,will also! keep fur mle,very low,.

I or the Union: its agriculture, mines manufacture no other possible outlet. They have proceeded ? had repeatedly refused to confirm it by ('x- 'l"JLEG1UPHTho American the case of Sharpless et al. vs. time Mayor, the enjoyment perfect health,her friends Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement,

,r' navigation and commerce, it is thus far in ,the direction 'iu consequence tension and who had zealously striven to Telegraph Company have petitioned' etc. of Philadelphia February number have all been, astonished at thoapparent Plaster &c.

.fteCe6aal" only to pay that' the internal of the successive stages, of their establish other and, incompatible regulation the New York City! Council for the privilege 1854,Liv. Law Magazine and the de transformation, yet all this has been effected Always on hand a largo assortment of the alor

t prosperity of the country, its continuous progress having consisted of a series of secondary upon tho subject. And if. as 'it thus of laying their wires,through the'city fendant1 answer, arguments and appendices llolloway's Pills. 52 articles. Air t4mrum3me c.tsn.ON EI.lTEBY.
and steady advancement in wealth and issues each of which appears the supposed' had obligatory -
professes to no under-ground instead of furnished to me at the hearing, will w B. NORTOy.CorCallounkrWa.hintoft .
_ I
well-being, attest the w dam of our institutions pc cefullimit.s, but which attempted indirectly could not have had any as to the South. present system ,of polar s pport. The Upon every' consideration I am against ed into the potato growing district of Ireland Dee. C-lw J Charleston, 3. C.w .

and the predominant spirit of in- what few men were willing -to do for all such compacts must be mutual and company proposes to insulate their wires, the motion, therefore reject the rule. and Scotland, a machine for unearthing -

_ ; telligencc and patriotismwhich, notwith- directly, that is', to act aggressively against of reciprocal obligation. place: them in an iron tube four and< .-balf JOHN'BEL'ION O' EA.LL.. this favorite cscut nt. In constructionit
r .tandirg occasional irregularities opinion the constitutional rights of 'It has not' unlrequently happened that s'reported to be
nearly one half inches in diameter and that Columbia, Dec. 1st;:1856.: exceedingly sinple, and '
.( or action resulting from popular freedom, of the thirty-one States. law givers, with undue estimation of the bury' from with the assistance of a good plough horse, I .A N TED;
has' distinguished and characterized the the value of the law in twelve to eighteen inches under the surface: Southern Commercial t'onveutfon. be worked
In long seiiesor'acts, of indirect aggression they givo or the view Dec. 8-'l'he Commercial can to advantage. Without TWO HUNDRED NEGROES
SAVANNAH Southern\
people of America. the first was the strenuous agitation imparting to if peculiar ftreiigth, make of tho streets. assembled &i cutting or.otherwise i iI' injuring the root, it
In the brief interval between the termination by citizens of the Northern States in it perpetual in terms ; but they cannot noon. will readily do the'vrorlt of twenty men ina to work'on the
of the hut and.tbe commence- Congress, and out out", of negro emancipation thu" bind the conscience. the judgement -rA SCRE,CC&E won A FELON.-Hold the The Mayor, Edw. C. Anderson'Esq., took :kr.. CultivatOr are delighted with it

I .*ent of the present'session of Congress, in the Southern States. and the will of.thosuwboinay, succeed part'' affectin in Perry Davis 'Vegetable the Chair, and after calling the meeting to and declare.it to boa great saver outline, Jloriira Bnitroa

-- I the public mind bat been occupied with The second stop iri this path' of evil con", them invested with similar,responsibilities Pain, ,Killer for half an hour, and'the pain order, made an, appropriate address, after labor &nd'money It can alsbe''used :'to,
which eloquent was:, by for w Loath* hghesb wIbo pai&
the of for another constitntiobsl listed and clothed with prayer waes,
care selecting of acts of the people of the Northern equal .
autburity.'Ml're will advantage in turnip fictda. A
: and soreness entirely I be, removed.But .__ Bishop Elliott. fllr. Thaxton, of Peters- potato digger 'Apply-l
term, the President and Vicelrcsidentfthe States, and in several instances of their careful investigation may 'prove the tried with
was this .
tern. success m Country .;;Thpg: Pfl.IAN4L CO.,
don't take word for it when 131-2 burg was appointed Secretary.pro '
United Slates. governments aimed to facilitate the law to bo unsound principle. our .
Experience let
some since and Dee. 1356 lernanlin&
I escape years we are inclined to [iec6-tfj
of from 'each State
_ Tbe determination of the persons whore of persons held to service in l the Southern may ehow.it tube imperfect in detail cents will buy a bottle ofitREMOVAL A committee One was believe that the digger Scotch and Ir'feh '-
o of right, or contingently to preside orcr States'and to prevent their extradition and impracticable in'execution.. And then I m l appointed to the confer Convention"and'and report a list of farmers favor so much is nearly related : PALATZA, YLi4 Don. 1st, 18ol
_ the administration of the government is when' reclaimed to' law both reason and right combine not or THE FLoRIDA INDIANS.-- officers for to to W'BO
4 ,according and in merely rules ,ror' ,the 'government of its it. sii, .ALL good aUe-boddUd men,
_ t TOdcr our system, committed to the States virtue of express,provisions of the Consti justify but to require its repeal., is stated ,tb 't the Secretary' of War and prepare then taken with to.join a> owany of 1OUIILI' .

,&D4 the people. We appeal to them, by; tutiori. To promote this object,'legislative The Constitution, ..sepreme it is over the: Interior'have concluded l an" important proceedings.. A recess was un 'VALUABLE CLATV....In a large brick yard ; Yolost.era for ei U mo th.K imr**,
1 "<.their voice pronounced in the forms of law, enactments and other means were adopted all the departments of tue government leg- 4o'clock." inCalaveras! *Dies* sonnet discharged, ia the pay of the 11t"
beaU whomsoever they will to the executive and arrangement,for the peaceful ,removal of _.At4: o'clock the Convention reassembled county..Califoniui. after the fet|Elate*, to act against the Seminol, ladiaas,
I' high take defeat illative judicial is '
to or rights which the ojxm to '
away rains several litlle ai Platka *-
the will assemble at the Rendeivoo.
accordance : of
I Seminole and in with report pieces pfgold were Company >
of Chief Magistrate. amendment its the Indians from Florida., A delegation
_ 4 post Constitution solemnly guaranted. Iu order by very,terms,' and ,Congress Hon discovered in the nnburn bricks and ,on the 15th December, well monnied an*
the Committee ou 'Organization
And thus it is thai as 'the senators re- i to nullify the then existing act of Con.gress or the State may, in, their discre of Seminole chiefs' from the west, of inspection itwoe, found that all the on clothed .for.tbs ,campaign. Anna and aecoo.tr-
I i present the respective States of the Union the tradition amen dmeuts to it solemn James Lyons, Virginia, was :appointed ( clay menu fnrniihed by the Government .rayofeaoat
I ex of t.iuUpropoSe
concerning fugitives (the Mississippi will bo sent to Florida} was auriferous. That t end
President of the Convention. Vice Presi. pu an to brick- Warrant a*
and tbe members of the House of llepre-i from service were enacted in compact though it in truth is between the Private 323 per month, with a Land
_T_ : .. t ee&taUvet the several constituencies of each : States, forbidding; jaws their officers;Under many the sovereign StaLes uf tho Union. Iu the present ,with presents and promitcs or ,liberal l dents and Secretaries were also appointed. down making a, the clay frame.being very soon washed the end of tie_ierrico. .*
The rules of tbe-l1ous8: Representatives Dec. 6th. W.
; ,
of land.
State so the President the grants ,
represents agrregaU severest penalties, to participate in the instance, a political enactment which "
the of tho
I population of tbe United States. cx cution of any act Congress whatever.In had increased to have legal power or authority were 'adoptedfor regulation '
: <.$b ir election of him is the explicit and I this way that system of harmonious coo'ltratioa' of any kind, was repealed.! 'ihe STILL NERVOUS.-The physician in Boston proceedingsand it was agreed that the -. An itinerant quack doctor.. 'hi *1000 A.
solemn act of the sole delegation from each State should cast its Texav was applied to by one of Colonel -InreT7 > the Tailed!.
sovereign authority' between the authorities) oIl the position assumed that Congress had no who, has charge of Senator 'Sumn \TTANTED County
: vote according to its number in ,the Electoral Hays' to W SUtes. active indoilrioiur an4 entarprtf-
orth.rnon. United States and of the moral right to 'enact such repeal was ranger, extract the iron point ,
r several States, thnksthmeatmosphero'of Washington willnot of lag men, aa Agents for,the iUe! by aubecript1Oaof
College Indian |
It is 'impossible to i an arrow from his-head where
misapprehend the and ,
for the maintainanoe of their strange enough, singular so m'view : ,
'common institutions valuable and Books .aB of them
suit his constitution. In his ne9' Pneidcnt'Mr. Lyons addressed the it'had interesting ;
: .great principles, whIch, by their receut po- I which existed in the early of tbo fact that thIS.argument Cacao from been lodged for some time, "I can being exprestf; adapted to the wandof erery
Jitical action, the jfvvo\ of the United the Republic WM destroyed; conflicts of those who openlyrefused obedience to existing state an 'unpleasant'sight" might possibly Convention1 some length.- expressing a n 'etract this,stranger," said.the doctor; family, and containing.nothisjof'a"pernkfc ottnjnrieiu

I ; States hav. sanctioned and announced., I jurisdiction cameto bfkquentaudoi. laws vf the land, having the same produce par lysis'agita II., desire that tbe.South should maintain the ubekase to do so would go.nigh killing tendency- _
.' They hare asserted the constitutional feund itself for' popular designation and quality principles coiistitutional 'union ; be; at you; burl can'give you a pill that' will Oar pablieatipn* are among tSefest in tie country
I I gress compelled the support CJlDpruml. Francisco the same time, expressed a ,determination melt t in head." ,and good,AgcnU can realize i profit of fXO1'
; .equably of each and all of th. ,Sutea of.IhCj of tht, Constitution and the vindication .. acts- more, who unquivocally JC3TTbe, San JluUelin, of ) your 'AmaU
6' for future $3 to $5 a. day engaging 1 U the balnea
I f .; Union as. Stales;; they have affirmed I of hi power to authorize the appointment disregarded and condemned the most'U'- the'evening of the departure of the steamer, t prepare capital of only 830 lo hOG&reontied Torfurtlicc
..Acommittee of two (toni each State WASUINUTOX
coDsrituUonal each Dec. 3. It-.has been.
the of sod -
equality: fur' of new officers charged with the execution live and obligatory injunctions of the Constitution says :- represented and full p&rticalan,,addresi'LEJLRY.Jt ,i -
.tffi jUic citixvn*' of the United .Stales as itself'and was appoinled to prepare business /or the la the Poetoffice, Department QETZ, ert
of its acts, II if they and the'om sought, by every means
*.. ..dLI11.1A.r| their religion .Lst ver cers vf the fita to jiere.lbe .- v*i thin their'reach, to deprives portion of It is impossible to gives correct' return Convention. A. Dudley Mann was'adroilreuTas that in many of the Postofficcs, particularly JTo. 133 XcMhcoadA tfrtct,
or -
_,' ''titty L jirtli. or Lt.eJr'rdicleuce'th' 1 hare of foreign luini.ters.respec.tivly in the it ,fellow-cl tizens' of tho equal enjoyment 9 the State in timo for ihe sailing uf-the t tfclegate, and'joined, to-' the Committee at the South, public documents are al
'. snslptah.e4 tb. Inviolability the mutual, governments a state of wf those and learner. Sufficient, however has been ascerlained on Business. lowed to remain forweeksand Romel'iraes .. cnic TOMAKflt1ONEY1.
I eoDati.J bostility 'rather rights privileges ,
44 than fellow magtstratea 'guar to give the Stale to lloch'aDali"byat. About 600 aie present, H
: delegates Cw month, withwil Profitable Uonqrabie'EmpIbJMnept
of diBerent repre being and
i "tnfynal rights their (' of of a common antied ai''' to all by tho fuiMlaiubuUl compact dispatched or
Pt 'the:: 'Union ; and, they hav, proclaimed subsisting under the country, peacefully of uur,Union,_ jConcluded next wtCkJXEW ] least eight; thousand.. Democrats)will senting' ten Soutbern'. .States; Arkansas, delivered,according to- their address It is TU subscriber ia' desirous of oaviM anagfBl
'. ;"w tlefrcff\'otechnd unslUrsble aiucbroeut protection dune well-i have,i majority in the ,Legislature." TbePeope's Missouri, Mi issippl Kentucky and Delawaret ascertained thaLthe 'Postmaster ..Generalha tiaaack, county,and, town of tb. ,1'nioo.. Anapital
; '' .t61:1: nSQ11 r.d t The con*tititjuii constituted Union: Thus tcre also ae- YORK, NOTV&iue 'yst to-day reform.ticket" hai,been carried :are unrepresented. issued stringent Instructions on'this of from 5 to tlOoal.it wilt bit r.qsiredafl't
.) as greuio was Mlwed by7 reactiouai4't'e! bu' a dispatch (ruin \VMhirigtyir.- statingthat' in,this county by J\.orer\1f'l1elsnlngmaj\lr nyihinff like an e acie i,'.nerg tia mancaamaka-
CAUSEcr-UtATH. Sum- subject and that such
to all subjects >
Interest superior SINGULAR delinq.uency4or :tno
attuktpn the Constitution at this the kr id.int hus'perompt'unlfrecahi- Our ,Crow thre*to five dollars'per day ..Ererjmlofmaikm
point ity .
I W local or"sectional controversy as ..the'ftdffUM did but wrrc to: aise 'up hew U. .5 countrylLn-gislatureUckc. net;(Md.;) Union, n ords..the dealh ;OtGeoeJ.tLJ3ecachai part of any Postmaster, when reporteI.tbthe ; -; wUl be girec br.addfessln-, with a itaWM. *
of.the rights of alt as the spirit its defence aad :Carrien. *"-for$ .d Uon.'Jolm Lj-Wbeeleri* B. AlmfUertoNiciragu all probability be Kepublicaru, Tb. couajelectorilwte i? Ei,'from"a sore Departmeat;?' 'f
-- : security- .,; f'f'a: M 'i U,for Buchspan,7: toe, brohtonbI' the rubbing of a'6f t. 1 ii, .*sDoa r4
l : h.k I $
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, LOOK AT THIS CARD. mllw' : List of letters remaining'in the -GEIGIAUtjtai SEA ISLAND :'t 't

The tfudertlgaed would take this mtthod ofreUmiaf 'O'aaD. &Office on the I5thalov. 1S&

fire. :itdut4"{ _(o :one_ Half hb sincere thanks to Mr.Dewen Jeha AawfS- Low 0 { n 3n5tinftl ( Cotton Gins.

D.Me KJnlay, Cot F.I.Wheatoa,Mr.Muntor, 'JUo AdamslLA.Avarys Laa' rRHieaer I

United Slates ethers whe acted. gaJUatly aai energetically JanUsXr a u THE subscriber, thankful 4br
.m.yAM. MniarJAZMason _.
(Ie rescuing bis goods. Ac, frea the fire oa'Saturday Bloodgood 4" Bouse. Bethont WJ patroaajre, laTirma bin! patnn a**" .

jllail Stage tine List He asmrei tltem that he wUl ever feel : :. :Barry M 2 UeGsrlandLJBsdInto. : frieJsJ that he stUtearrisol lbs *afestieat
& g BSSIS. -'A t Mrs MatheiUSWeJfeil MEIETTA GEO.- &OLt.El\ Gnu a&Ski usual .Eacra
their kindness.
tka&kfal for
,. Bones BrMbrn Jte, foniabeii wlMts
.li rqtlnLB.parst
: Baker A U Miss Lucy T1 FIRST TERM OF THE XCAt>E- (
IETt'EU"PICOLATAt THOMAS MCMILLAN. BrowaMMin 'IfMnafy date a short Slid,. aad nasMiinit
s r.223tSTATIONERY. :'.. JACKSON VILE ILORIDA : CaPon A Jas 2 Mays Marrtret x' 'mie yrir at this Institution'commen-- termsTniOtAS ..
CakeTW Nader'tfKichrnon/ ces Oft u.2Otlut'JULY and ends ea the 20lk AGENTS

4 "Q Cob N Capt L" of 1 ECX3I CER. The Second Term commeneesa FRASER: i tnOMSON ClurtestM. S.C
BOOKS the nth of FEBRUARf,and cads_Out 20tkTb .
CoJeSNCamjiWn Konis W Geo'
ofJULY 'N. A. HARD El Jt CO,fUnuiaah,Ca. ,
't t AND Linen Goods. Agnes Co OttoearE amount appropristeufo tie lustitatooy WALKER Jk DAVI3.f>fa rviIlmr| ,QsvTO *

C.treltRScapt2 Oliver the Leg-'slatoro of tf eorgia, af i& last f.essloa has EOL HA RTRI DOE,Jceksoonll,ria... .
CliffiH-dM Oceiaa L Jas
tine.TTSE Irish Linens 1 been 5u additional "ltildbJ S.B.TnOJTPSON, Black Creek.T. ,
I expended
Heary Towelling Russia erecting
:. .Angus Diaper"J Dunlop L J PensoaSCaptlixonWV D. DEXTER Mineral Spring *
DinI Eye Diaper Tier win, therefore.'be oEO loffl3Miotit.-the '
J Heavy Table Damask, | Cra sh and Hack Diaper// Perry MDN LEK\ '" .t. '
tP fctgfahing of the Rut tern for fifty C23etf la addition ', .
rTBLIC Is iereby informed that tab rapping 1 apcr 5. Shil Calicoes Davis PrewA A Brothers PasehallPEjrZPblegnaB ) to one hundred mad thirty the present SL)OI& 11. 1s.6. Qssf *
.*I/ TJne baa a sufficient number of g**d fight tiligs; &c. number. .
Damn .1 W Pee-vy SEA ISLAND
.KtMjtUl CARRIAGES good careful Drivers FANCY & TOILETNEW Dillard C D Dr Peterson R 2 The course of studies, gn.j fyrtenu of IMrvVliort
.1&iteoIved to give satisfaction, otherwise 7-8 Hoary Brown Shirting, Hearj Shirting | Good Style Calicoes r D P L Mia and 4Wcfpttn are modelled after tie We*( Gins
It Vffi te expected, renooal atlentw"ensure andfcjrtrftbe 1rR iIt 8. 4-4" II 14-4 Super Family Long I J Fast Colored ElerbyWaiEllis nns .- Ryols Phillips Lewis Point plaa-tb.purpose being to insure to young .
Mail Carrier mill be raid to "
.-8 Bleached Cloth, I So Gingham Js* R Rev man a thoroughly scientific and practical edlJC&o' '
and theirfj.Vr.rt -' per Rmghan
Ie. U Inform tWT
.nick tranrortatiou of Pa engers Mr thou, to develop his.physical strength and to TBS Mp
Ferguson S Summeralt W
end from St. M. AUoofaU :NEW nOOKs. t.n *f LONG STAPLE COTTON
to Silks Plaids teach him to be punctual systematic1, industrou
iii8 dire-.d to the Lin*. The sick will be SUSAN MEB.TOXTote..........91 7* and Cloths, Fryland FkkettHSamlFlenroy A Was Smith gtad nut W.J Capt Allen S aDd economical ia hi*habits.Tbe that 1M sttIeontinees sssasctorIjsgr.flOLzft .

*tttstrve1y cared fur.T THE DAISY CUAiy:2 roU. .1 SO Faculty consists cf six Professor (all Of : HORSE GINS ai kk, vna) rataj, ant it
with "M U charged--*{..50do. ? Best mate Black' Silk. Merinos.Snper UcaTjr Treea'a & SatineU, Schr of Cspt Sampson W 0 thorn SoatbertllM1L) The Superintendent tad now ready U flI aU orderf that h e may be ft frored
& engers Eagg ge THE HILLS OF TilE SHATEMCC..1 25 Gamble Jas Shepard H
with the shortest
** New ttyla Plaid Silk French Merinos Broad Cloths
without .' I Super Green SinitbMU2Goodwin Commandant are graduates of the U.S )1UlitarAcademy "
connect with THE PRINCE OP TILE HOUSE OF PlaJd' Back! at West Point. Persona wanting GINS, -r.r. repaired,rrtr .
matter of eoure, Hcary Cahwer'tlJ Alpacca New Cissimcrcs ,
This Line as a ) and Moo- DAVID: ...................I 25PHEXIXIAKA Stile Mr Thomas KM Bexes;RoHer net BnaM caa..et &W'
'afl the Mail Boats on every WI7Uds1 Vesting & Cravats. I I : Gibbons R V? Turner Wm Expenses for Board, Tuition, lust.Light .
tredae day and }*<*').. Also with ...!........?.l 00 Ilesterminings B W Turner M E and Washing,per Term in <. e ae.1I150' fbflowingAgoata f AGENTS._ .

. the Itl'lwbrr DARLINGTON on ber Will upward alto euo.and SARATOGA........I 24 Hosiery Ribbons c. farrell Henry Terry CTmmbnll ''. Fee,per aanom.. ............. 5DO D.C.ACOSTA Jt CO,Cwrtrsvilisge,"I a.,

nard trim from Lake Monroe.on the Lh'.r L'chat ENGLISH TRAITS by Emerion....1 00ACKIRArS ,_ Harrison Moses W Chas For further particulars,or for a copy of th.Bo G..THOMAS HILLEARD ). to.

Met with whatever Boat way ply BALLADS.1 00 heavy iToarry: ;' Glulith!. Silks and Lace Goods&EmbroiJciiesI IliUly C J Turner WThomas galatgon of the Institute apply to A.V."RacxXT. -, COOPER t OELLEtAItlT SaVsamai;Oesv -,

A liberal: share public patronage ia rttpett- THE RIFLE AXE sal SADDLEBAGS 1 00 Super Fnlish. I Worsted I Combs, Brushes & Soaps, Hendry UartMOIlarvey JILl Thomas WR Mrs .Superintendent,or toA.J.HANSELL, I BIS cuAS.n.CAMpprEtiv BEE t CANOVAIai.kiiheilk4FlL! v

fan, wificilea KNIGHTS ADTREia DAYSLy Dr.Doran 1 25 tTun Vest i Drawers, Ribbons & Trimming Buttons. Pina,Needle :., Peter Thou U Kev.23-tf See7/of Board of Trustees* 8. L. NIELACK.Allintor. Fla .

Office oppotute the Pout Office.Ft THE TWO GUARDIANS,(author of Heir Hooper IIII Wm Titus 1 H Capt. B,R.BYT1IEWOOD, Bedford s.C. .1

ABjustiite, \o,.29, 1835-tf of Bdctyffe,) ............;.. I QO Shawls and Mantillas. ] Janey Williams WifihamaWlIJutcIieTDT Orange Springs Male & Female DeVKAUX. A 11Etw AlID. Charleston. S.CkBrL'q3 .-

CHEAP CASHSTtIE THREE rrCILS PER Or FAST CENT UTI56 A MONTH., OR THIS lOt) Plaid Longi Square Shawls !I White and Black Crape 1 1 Silk & Cloth, Mantillas, Kelly King Jas Wilson WeeksCMissLiy H t R ; '. fI SL- 3I\rys,de&, Aag.236m.O. .- :-- ',"

, Misses Shawls ] Shawls Moire
r' rLr.EI.rrS.TA1I..i: OO j Super Antique, C J Welcox! Thos

VASCONSELOS, a Romance of the Cooqueit Plantation Goods Williams Paul i : J. Oibb ':

of Florida........l 35 Persons calling for any of the above letters wiH SEMJIISYTIIE .
'I ,
please say they are advertised or they may net
AtMMEILINSPAINbyJohnA.Duz Real Georgia Plains, I Wear, I Henry nil Wool Blanket. get them 4 WM.GROTHE, P.M.' 01-ii,3; Jacksonville Fla. 1
125 I If'onan'4 I I Plaid : November 2,1836.. situation Institution is at .
heavy | Blankets. LinswB.
'. GEO. S. WILSON AT HOME AND ABROAD by Margaret Kerseys. OSXABURGS 1IOMESPUXS. $G.Groceries "., of the finest Sulpher Springs in (OJ H!SSf01ER OF DEE9STORrTBZ !
Fuller ..
.i 2: the country anj is unsurpassed for health. It
and Gentlemen :
'he Ladies 1T&T15)P :
rtcur\ 'nronn that be VICTORIA, OH THE WORLD OVERCOME....I 25 and Provisions FOJ1SALE-; is easy of access bT steam boat and a few how's -
JackPDA\'iJI. and,lIrrnundlU.a.uJ; coautry bentjR1 noc.k THE ECNSBT PAPERS, by John lteg'u:. MAINE, YIROINU.:_ :".

'j .I Las IIe'W Clrned hit JoolI DeW eoN I: P&rtJl EroDgliam. ...............I OO ':Valuable Property at Jaclison- The Principal with the experience of twenty RHODE MASSACntSETT, NORTH CAROLINA
c4 Fall Ot HARDWARE, CCTTLERY, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, WOOD. years, and aided by a corps of competent assistant ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA-' d
DUI G9D.: THE PIAZZA TALES.by Herman Melvni l .OO WARE and HOUSE KEEPING ARTICLES. TIX.W AnE DRUGS and MEDICINES vile, ,Florida. ;,will devote the whole of his time to the improvement NEW YORK ALABAMA .
IVLaUw. Dlk A Cord WINES LIQUORS SEGARS ic. offers for sale his residence pupils. '
and fis'J undersigned LOUISIANA "
ClicoM,pi- MISS MURRArS LETTERS with her THE The Third Session will commence Monday ; .

Jp.as) &dMarlnoe r.il cud *-ol'd. fancy fill.EoUs.. Silk,plain and A eUbJCecw fig'd Florida dewiptiODl..I 00 Our Stock is very large,and selected with care. 'OnersTili hate the most careful of the city premises Jacksonville., situated! on The the improvements Eastern limits January 12th, 1337. For particulars address, ap26 TEXAS IT_. \, '

rL1m Giabam*. Oolh. BlankeU of all deserpUm, THE TANGLETOWN LETTERS....1 2ILERTIZA attention. and any- article not plcasinz will be received again! at our expense. which are new and conveniently arranged,consistsof R.ANDERSON PrincipaL

white and col'; flannel/. Kleached and unbicat bed T ,the late work of Miss Bremcr.. I 00 tB b B8a 1 B V Et a Dwelling House, two stories high, with .ix Orirga Springs, P1*.,KOT. 13, 1856. ,[-n22-.- ] Jacksonville Bricks Yard. .

. Damni-k tit4et1uth and"apkin, B. E. Diaper THE SONG OF HIAWATHA.Longfellow,! 00 Dec. C, 1S5G-1> BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE. FLIt.WATCHES by pavement of brick with walks of the s&me Jeirelr I Jewelry _1. for article of Brick d the Yard Mar&M

L C. IIaiiUerdjle& SHk and straw BonneU.PUmaBdfis'd THE LEGENDS OF DU WllTII.\-to- material, leading off in several direction The .0- Brick Church which he will sell at the fbUcwiaff, ,

Ribbons, bilk and relret Trim- ing the original legeadi of the Inlians, ground about the house are rather tastefully WM. GROTHE prices: ..
tninrm )Iulm aad Cambric Edgings, 3f W. CplUr 1. ai narrated orally to II.R.Schoulcrafl, CLOCKS JEWELRY laid oat, and planted with shrubs and flowers and JIMT QCAUTT, --900pertioi .. _
*. Ch'uncnetU aM Fke\es. Uobenet and auk daring bia official cemce of twenty enclosed with neat palings. ,The whole shaded AVATCHMAR R SEC05B TOO ** ""
inBtJow, whit and'I'd Cr pes, Silk RLh.r.- yean among the Western tribe.- by a grove of large Oaks. There are, also all THIM 6 00" I**" ?

tlSdal flowers. Tabu rmlre/lac,G/ores and gauntlets Theee, with the eharacterv are faithfully !- SILVER necessary out-buildings on the premises Kitchen ASD WEU. Baiccs 1000 4'II. etI ,.,
Ilea kinds for Ladies and gentlemen, Bet- introduce into Professor Lnng- WARE\ Pantry, Servant Houses Wash-house, Stable, Jeweller will charge for delivery town and wln

tool \\Vnofebones Dttit. and a randy Hosiery, fellow't poem, and are TalnaUe companion ,. Carriage-hon, and others. A fine Well of pure (:nT BOOR TO,THE posT-omcs.) within the PlankrotuL ODe dollar per t.houucI-
etc.st& !to the Hiawatha: ,... 100 AND water. which never f foils is in the yard enclosed on hand a spten Jed assortment of beanti- and one dollar and fifty cents per thousand for a

Clothing.DrP4IRne" THE CONFIDENTIAL CORRESPONDENCE in a lattice bniljicg. 'There is adjoining Peach HAS aland JEWELRY of the latest greater distance The Brick are mad of excI.
of Napoleon with his brother Orchard, with Fig and Plum trees aLo permanent and unique such lent material, an dried under cover, and are
,mid OrereoaU, Pant, Vet, L. ods.GEORGEFLAGG fishiona as
Sbirtf, Mpiino Shirt Hd Drawers, Cravat Joseph, 2 rol.,superior 1.indin:...2 00 Fancy I gardens plank Ae.fence enclosures for stOck poultry' GOLD GUARDS FOB and VEST CHAIN heavier being imported.and of better quality than. may that. _

Trunks Valices and Carpet Bags, SIMMS' WORKS-comprising; all of P.edCelJ'i EA1t-1'J GS, FINGER-RINGS,
JUU .dCa3e. 0- The above Is sitnated aa elevation sloping r:/ AH' orders left with Mann Ifarfridge'rfTimanuj : '
edition of Revolution
"lbtr with targe assortment of iry T&1elaa' BREAST-PINS &c who will '.
and in : are beprompU/
the Eerier Romances of the South, 125 gradually nearly equally every direction aU or which will be offered at the. lowest price i attended t.. ,-i.':,'
and eommnnding a fiae view of the St.Johns
for CASH
Boots suit 51jCcs.A ) MARGARET MAIILJLND, ly the author River anl the tOWIIThere u a creek near: ,which WATCHES ie and warranted.Mr. 'r JOS. LACOURSE-- .'
f repaired '
of Zaider..... 88 JaoksoD."V'fil.o Eas1i F1.orJ..Cl.a. affords fine Cubing, and forms an excellent .thavcn. .G, with his experience for the lost twenty JacboDvil. April.26' ,-. :.; _

good assortment of THE COXQrEST OF FLORIDA 'b, TJAV1NG just returned from New York respectfully invites the LttcntioDoCthe eight years as a practical WATCHMAKER flatten .
Theodore Irving.- 1 25 The property is bounded on the West by this
GROCERIES, himst!f that he is to
PuWic his Stock of > faHy competent giro entire
f to For Sale
tiiOCKERY ANDHARDWARE. SPARROWGRASS 1.\rEM..m... I OO _a creek (Hog&n't.) a tributary of the St. Johns. satisfaction to those who desire to hare their ,

BOOKS FOR TltAVni AND ADVEXTUKC VA Smt i Yf Sn WEiR aE the Although river,several which mill-sites forms the have southern been disposed boundary on, watches Ac-,repaired in a workmanlike manner.
U eraktactly Vr] t(u b IO 1,also variety of clocks.ParcbaMrs -Xe\r. !. AU persons haviujj good watches which hew- THAT'well known Plantation
I there it still
nearly a quarter a mile of river
do not and of
ever well oat .
perform are now
w:1 1! find it to their interest to csj' CUMMING'S J1ti TEn'S LIFE among ANDQQI front. Tbe whole comprises some 200 acres, some order, will do well to call on Mr.Qrothe, whose I .Kiv.r, eaQed Ship Yard* ;T ,
and examine m> Stock, at tb. Caroluia corner Lions, Elephants, and other wild animals 90 of which are enclosed. There is about 40 acrzs terms are "no cure to : eontaiBing four hundred and Any acres,more er"
: .l c where. As I thatl take with an introduction by liayard of uncleared Hammock Laud. which there ray less. On the premises there is a ftae mew dwelCas/
before ponha
Bg upon
and richest assortment to this Market Mr.Q. araik himself this t.tender
Paring largest ever brought consisting opport nity
,, of house with. out fir tt
: building
every necessary ,
rest p'.easaro :n trying to pleooe all those wlio T.J"tor.e lIlntrationa..I 5O I u a largo quantity of oak-wood for which Jacksonville his sincere thank to the citizens of this pla e +''-' .
may U%(us with a mil. AU orders(turn the ; WILD SCENES IN A HUNTER'S LIFE 1 25 Fine Gold Magic-cued Watches with. Charles SIl:1r"TITlor affords a ready markets and its vicinity for the liberal patronage hitherto large fjaaSHj. The bitils'lIre Int.k
A. Son's lelehrated London mov m" "S.1t cleared about one hundred acre's, the Balaaesyli .
tkall ti attended t.J.ck.vyi1Le nts. As residence thu location has few
rmuttrr, prtttnplly THE GOLDEN DAG ON,on rr A5D DOWX equals on bestowed on him, and he hopes that by a determination "
1 1 October 11 1556.Tfccsc Fine Gold Hunting Cased-Skeletoa LeTen.n Mujtir the St.Johns r.inr-the the uncleared hammock. For particulars apply to -
la. THE 1KAW1DHI...1 00 mercury daring to please he will merit a ccmtmnanoe et i -
I' M full jeweled patent Soap La lies. Pie Knive*, Cake Jo Butter do. B.IIOPKINSAgCnt. '
has "
hottest bat been above 94.
season never
once .
Goods hare Arrived ORIENTAL ACQUAINTANCE..... 1 00 U u M II M IInc.hr" Fruit do.. Children's setts of Knives, Fork*, and Fahrenheit.. It is well adapted for farming purpoees heir etmfideBce and patronage. |July 14IyIRaiiaway July 12th. -. JarksonviUe,FU.. "

OSBORNE'S POLAR REGIONS.... 75TSHUDFS II 14 EX1OIed Dial II. Spood', tape, Napkini Ring;,Silver Snuff J2oi., -and its contiguity to Jacksonville and regular "

TRAVELS IN PERU.... 1 00 Hunting Cased Lapnc, Card Cues, and Portmoniea. steam communication with Savannah and BICH'D T.attCIIltT J J CHJB.W. DOWJOM/ ., ."
BTTBTOIT & GRATES Watohes-small sire for Ladies
KURTON-S PILGRIMAGE TO MECCA PLATED WARE.BcnutifulpotterneofSiivtrblatedCiutors. Charleston offers facilities for the proeesution of
with a 1-irge stock of Silver Patent Levers 'BIRCH ETTT H DOITNI C. -
together .
(No. 3. SammU' CuUdln. Gardening.The
,Cake the 20th September, a man called '
Anchors and ,Lapines.UTarranted good of the Atlantic and Gulf Central ON negro ATTORNEYS LAW-
HAVE?ei'i *i a Xew and Complete Assort- BAYARD TAYLOR'S Works, at the reg- time keep,".. Baskets Candle Sticks,Card Receivors and Vases. Railroad completion from Jacksonville to the Gulf of Mexico I IMON or SIMON D, &RY.black aboat AT ,-,
vf Aierdiaodixe for the uUr price ajrortraent ofJEWELRY fin feet ten inches high,bJSTa down look wne. a32, ;
Among my (CUTLERY in of construction ia to.
now ,) \
( expected
Ninevcb SlciLctu" Central Ainenei prcgreas spoken to, scar from one across his p. and
Fnll mid Winicr Trade Layard' add moth to the value ofthe ey.c Agents for V lalms ; \.
property efpecially '
Arabia >o.IZ'Lhc. Of the celebrated Ceo. TTostenHolms A Son I. nose mashed scar across hit right an Just ShOTS .
t.whiiih they invite the attention
Tbe'ur Cuitk u tail 1 and uiiscc'.Iincoui, couiprnujjnii j jF.i r intin/ Cameos Lavas, and Gold Stone, with Purl Ivory Shell hnn-l'ie"; ScL.sors, Shears, been-made.soneys purpose having already. home or ia any safe place wlo.tre I can get him. WAShINGTON CITYWTILL
S .t .rticif. r re J fur 1'aiutly nod PlauUltoa UracelrtU to raatrh. Fine Cold Fob Ch.l.nil, PHILIP: DELL
>'jui TA 1''DARnS. P.-iiorj, Table i Dessert latvesofeuporior quality
aUo il.i, ,' j Vest d. Ladies' Chaplains tic! For further information and for term, which Or' 19, 1335tf practice before the Court of Claims antI
Bit, for and LuuiL purposes, u: Eniyrcjop'dia) of Emgrapliy ; TheJipan Gaarddo., eipresely f tr Silver Forks.FANCY" Newnar TTlle, .
will be made address V -
accommodating, Journal will until prosecute Claims before Congress and
l to/
i by I> Ilikd Styles; OoM 0..17.a< UaJc Keys SeaWRn lluridi* pleA e py
DRY GOODS. AxreilulKn-editcd ; I'ri.I v "
Bracelet! with Coil GOODS HEXUY TIU.Ult"S.FemandinJ. several Departmeats 'v_ _
lle Glides Pencils *
TiUeCorre poDJcnceofIlcnTy Clay; Poe'*\\orb, 1I orbi L .
fenoors. AND SHOES, new edition complete, in4 vol., 5; Iluut'iLircuof I and Hair ban.h; Lockets, Chirms, CoU Thiiub' Pspicr-MasLc and R, :.Woo l Writing Desks N.'Th. Those who examine the premises, Fla.in ;-, ., _
American Merchants; I'urttm's Aottouiy uf i : g,?pec It'I.Jene! IJntttMis,Stnl,Ear Drop", and lleticnles, Morrocco Jags Fort-Folios, Pearl absence obtain all my To Mariners 1ElE2tCZ'
jSADLERYlCLOTHING. Melancholy; o'.d'mith'. Aaimate-f Nature ; ISrooohe., Dade Pins.with Diamond Ruby Opal and Shell Jewel Csses OJir Cae, Wax Fruit Tbeo. Uirtridge can Jacksonville.necessary from i Charts for Sale, of the lollowl'cj; DIvl- Hon.J. (O ; U.S.ff.' .

Lemp cre'.Claiwjenl 1 Dictit.'iary; Spragac's Flor- '' an-1 Pain Sett, Plain and Ctoscd Rings, Gold Ladies' and Gent's Dressing Cases, Perfumery, In addition to above the undersignedvery i rers a ,alODIo4 lIon.A ElMjLrsjTii.IL.lLHon. _
HATS AND c.\rSJt iJa War, Ining"n Life of asbmgtim\ in Sheep,j' Tooth Pu.U.1, Peru, 4e, .. Fancy Soaps, Chins: I'llIt Cigar Stands desirable Lot in Jacksonville. stre..ma I! From New York to Cape Canso, Uon.S.LMu.z.oayV.&S. '

Iteuton'.Thirty Years,tnj many other vaLoabla My assortment ofSILVER Bnuhe, Tberm>melera,Tel cnpes.li.sero ,, being a water and corner Lot on B-/ atreet. From New York to Florida, .:E: C.Cjuru,TbrUsMessrs. /,"f- .
\' lliItDW'\: StwoLmlsr.r:fur n'e.RCMCIOUS. WARE.C'Is. Pearl. snJ Shell Card Case, together with -KuT. 21,IKJG-lf .21. TIUSt' I Charts of the Bahama Banks' .BKODIX a Prms New York "
CROtJvERY) a vnnety of goo'lt H my lice, all of whkh will be From Et Marks to New Orleans ).J.6.*J.A.C4Jir,Sandieky,07 ,- '-

HOLLOW. EAHTHERN, nOOK u now complete t'OtIIlrbinjIJ low for LyCASH._ B'JN. urn t"LOUU" VIRCC"I' From New Orleans toGalTesto0 July 23-ry ','

AND WOOD-WARE Church Prayer and Hynm Iook.r the ra- 1'lait to and Threaded It.Table 4 Fork Spoons, .n.-CLOCKS .;,and JEWELRY Through in ,25 to 30 Hours. Charts of the Wad InJies ,
thoroughly repaired and war.anLcd, at the thorltt Nautical Almsuiea-1357. A1i1l. MEDICAL COLLEGE
rAser GOODS. nuns denominations pUin anj omt.mcut..l.1; with M I Tea M ]
1 notice far TElZaS CASU.; decJ3 TIlE U. MAIL November 15>h 1336. C.DREW ,
works derutioual cadjccU l some 'I : [ m: ,.-
:5T.\1I I J iNlRY, many choice on ,. Spoons, rr fUbr course of lectures-this Iastt" '
anl the beet authurs. J. ,- ,
by tatioo.-wineonnherjeeontieflrrtMOSDAr

AND PROVISIONS, BOOKS OP PRACTICAL: USFS.Jgriru1ture State ittntual Site CAR1j ..i'- S-ANDI.alV'C1.5r -- in Months.November next anti be continued tar c..r ,/

T7IKES AFD LIQUORS, ; Mechanics; Engineering; Sor- .t.bnl1Ut J!Dftrry.By } R. D. A 1l. OLD, 3L D.-Pw! Thec1f7r .-,<

DRUGS AND )!MEDICINER Reckoners Cookery Farriery AND THOMAS SU11TJS, Commander.: StctTolcsS : ractieeotMethcme. '
Ready ; ; ; '
PAINTS, OILS. &c. the Dog; ; the Horse; Eook-Keeping, Ac,Ac. Marine Insurance Co. WILL leave Southern wharf, Charleston, S.C. rrB Subscriber having taken (the. old anA P.3:.KOLLOCC M.D.-Prof.Obstetrics J .'
ill of vakh will .. JL the "UDftii Diseases cl Women and Ch.L1dren4. .
thrr fell at very low rri..e.0 favorable known) stand of gtOD +
Authority oj the State of Alabama. very Tuesday at o'cfodc p.1D.for Jacksonville House "takes in aniyoneing W.G' BCLLOCH if DPrrf PdDcipl-4DIr '. .
juvcxir.c A:.I) \OUTIIS BOOKS. OF PEX 5TL'UXU. Pico/ota, Pilatta, and the usual Landings on the Livery Stables pleasure tine- Practice of Surgery. .

rr.zn G AYES. pill t lanes to take Da- Books of manly'exerriscs fur Youth, with cuts; Southern Millitary AccademyCLASS Corner ofFattrtii and 3Iarktt-St*. Ilarriaburf. St.John's River. log public t*> the that citizens be of is Jacksonville prepared to famish and the*t '*fly J, O HOWARD 3L HUprbf o( 1. -.
perreotipes, u Sammut' Building, where he will Entertainment and moral Itiitroctioa fur Boys rL35sTLva1uccL1itQa Freight: fur Black Creek taken also. single, E. H. MAP.TIX, x. DPraf&ASLitIItM: ofModiebie
hoar. Horses and double cf
tt happy t. waflvn thote who may rail on bun Books. QT-iL-r, Stapes connect at the places named with AIr Carriages, : -
and Girl Books of Fun. Nurrery ,btain.dthe m
(Iff,iecteL 1\u\, 2 9, IS56. $13OO 00 and as goud Saddle Hones ae can be d.t-JI.Jica'aDd2ocL'
i gator:Madison TalfohnMee,St.Augustine,Oranga antf *! J. iLItEA D.JlD.-PrDt
K. i CIIARTCR PCKPETUAI Springs, Oca/a Micanopy and Trmpa Bay. community. Having an experied J1U t. . ,
>8 :
To tiro P u.11c. Stationery of Every Description. To be drawn in the City.Montgomery, Ab ama. TSSUHE EUILDIX Perpetually, METl1 Returning the CaroTm will leave Pi/atka at tentiv. Ostler, he feel confident to boar 10 a.tflJl'm.their JOjiEPfl JOXES. Jt D. of Medie I '>
those of his friends who wish
TIlE GonJs KtuJi was saved from the 'Ap Writing; and 2vole p -er* all Materials, plain In public on Thursday December 10, 1356, CIIAXD1SE FUP flTURE, VE.$ELS in Eight o'clock Thursday morning,Picobta at Eleven Horses that wUlfisd may ooch cmoda-- Chemistry. .
lUlf has been tAcit to the D.e'l.liIr and fA ury en the Plan of the Port awl their CARGOES and ether Property, o'clock and Jacksonville }riday morning at tioa ,,the they House as Stables"" ,' B.1y JOS.J.WEST,M.D.-Dwome..tra&ont AM

HJBJ, ."'ned ly )r. llowel, on Kcwn WHITING PAPER ASSORTED SIZES. SINGLE NUMBERS! against loss or damage by fire.DIRECTORS. Threa o'c/eck, arriving at Charleston acme ,eve similar at establishment"Bnfiington in East Flort-P tI tom1.
ftrtrt,fecund Njnare U1 the Fiwt Corner, above ning. J.G.nOWARD.1LD-Dem'oUhe: Faculty .
the B lEti tiMi lluoce where will be kept a PERFUMERY AND TOILEr SAMUEL SWAN. Manager. : Cilgr" This boat connects, going and returning.with moderate-Tcncs Cash.A :'DatOS'agEd.--. Sept 6th, 1336.T1IEO.. -_
ARTICLES.A John P. Rutherford Rl.ert Kloti tbe Daily Railroad Trains with the New US'Jot JWi.MO -
y.Tt A large eoon
g few choice Prevent Books and other articles, Philo C.Sedgwitk, Alonzo A. Carrier York steamers on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and kP'for Drovers is attached to the Stable TJARTRIDCE- ,
or .
clecuj M present fur the.Holidays. 30,000 Tickets only Albert J.Gillet.Jt.J.a I D.ltuthorfordInn with the Philadelphia Steamer "Stateof GcorjU" Jacksonville November la. 1Sj6. '

Fur sale aiQt \ WiIkirJ, SamueUone every other Tuesday and Saturday, Commission and Fonrartilir
,PRIZES AMOUNTING TO Samuel T.Jones, Freight re-shipped charge. 'NOTId'E. .,
: DIistqa.C. JOHN P. RCTnERFOUD PrenJcnt. Freight received on Monday, the 6th inn.Vl1.M.LAWTOS ADMINISTRATOR'SSEX : iiA
. Csrlen Eoe.li, ufall kinds and of thu yiarsf ttt j $ 04OOOWiU A.J.GILLETT, & rdaroJ. A CO. Agent. weeks after die I Shall apply to the Hon :n"ic W. ;,

*rth. ALto, the Agency for L.MORGAN, General Agent No, 13 Southern Wharf; Stewart J.dg cube Court of Probatefor Ass- '

&SVTANA CO.'S GEORGIA AND AL- DREW.2ET be distributed according to.the following J. n.McRORT, Agent,JacktmviUe, fla. Nor. 1. Nassau Coantrfor Letters of Adrnmistrationoa sauleoan- Wholesale and Retail Dealers' -> _
of -
A fuU MAGNIFICENT( SCHEME. Cot J.S. :. j Capt'CharlesATIlley, ty dcceasetL, and Prorisiona Domestic and: :,
: Adm'x
AMI' articles in
the DRUG and L y .nAJlRISON ,
John I Ssm'lX.Williams of order from the Judge of '
Cot Broward Esq an
AEDIClSJ' luie will be .urplied by the first Stop the Runaway. I Prize of......*40,000is.........$40,000 Cat Henry Timanus, _| [March 7-tfJ IN Probate pursuance Auchna county, I wiUsell on the : tT R. HARRISON,Jr, Att'y. Staple Dry Goods Ilafdsrire.Crock,0. _
samer.t7 ..12,000 before the Aneij4slanJ. Oct.25-6w err Saddlery Boot*tnd bOd
I II .... 12,000 .. second Monday in ,December lint ,
Now u the time for tho who DOLLARS REWARD for my negro man "
as aneouits tt. come forward and a settle owe and ne rpEV.L UECTEB who has mysteriously disappeared 1 II ...-.. 5,0ia........ 5,000 HCl'USt rSKiUDSl Ol' 183O, Courr House door.uudreda.eses io &iusvile ia,the an nndevided eh.nutThe ia- fi.7O'itCE Shrp meet articles Ch&nlcry, Le,JtcConrprisiag for.Plantation" ..

1 ullc from Jacksonville fur tbe Urt two,weeks. lie u is......,.. 2,000 andreth Garden,Seeds of Iciest of 1'- necessary
SM to CImmeAllIIine.u once more. ItI 1 ...... 2,000 I TUST received sold contains four thousand acres and use, and Mill lad Lamber ,
grant purposes.EiT
Ml OB cgllectiuK what U due me on this oe- has been itber stolen or may have gone off in 1" ...... 1,000 iI....... 1,000 J the crop of 1S56,consisting of the foZfowiog lies eight miles North of NewninavilKj, on the F.A.A G. CENTRAL RAIL ROAD 1J.&CESOJTtLLJ Order mrnptey mltendtd la,and 3ttrehandUe -'
of tbe Boats, as I purchased him some three warranted and fresh for tale FtA Nov.15 1856. <
tope no further appeal li oecetfary.Very tine PRIZES. varieties, genuine Santaffee river. The said undivided interest of told at price*lAd trill compart Jatvra-' '
EecpectfullT numihs sine in Charleston. APPROXIMATION I as Apothecary lImit: ,, five hundred acres belong to the estate ot Francis rpHS Stockholders of the Florid, Atlantic ofSaiaJunA and Ckrlulj
YIW.22, l56_THOMAS McMILLAX. hectic It 35 or folrt1yean old,black fellow a 4 Prizes of 1150 appro to 40,000 are *GOO Long Blood Red Beet, Extra early tnniproot do R.Sanchez deceased and will be sold to satisfy I Golf Central RailRoad are hereby notified 6lvfL'iLU&MC hating fitted up Ute halfrf the BrVk Eteekorf"..
Tailor by trsule, quite affected in hi* deportment 4 u .. ,125" 12,000ine 500 Ee/ician Sugar Beet Mangle Wootzel do debts'against said estat that the 9th instalment of five per cent upon the kaowo ae the TTaahinglim Stores' -
INLAND JiOOTE FOllCHARLESTON. He (fonoertr belonged ta the Charleston Steamboat 4 It 100 II 5,000ane 400 Early York Cal-i tge, LanJ'neth', Large Early GEORGE W. SANCAEZ. Capital Stock of said Companyhas bose called la, Bay with exteasire street Wharf aad Ware-Howe aoeomasBdation -. .

ftmpMy. B. lIOP U\S. 4 a 15 II 2,000are 300 Large Late Drumhead York do Nor IS 1656. Administrate- to be paid. on or before the 15ch day of December :I Ia connection with Ids agency of
S.C... Jacksonville Oct. 11tfHA.GAZHJES 8 ". 60'" 1,000mm 400 Large Drumhead Ssvoy,Flat Dutch do .,. L ,
- .
AD c. .0". 45" 200 are 1,600 ,Large Globe do Green Carted Savoy do TIIESIYFBU Br order of the Board FLORIDA SAVANNAH AND CHAlV-'
FOR I&1. 00o .0 are 120,000; :Early Cabbage Lettuce,Grim Cas Imperial do G. d GIBES LESTON STEAM PACKET CO. -

I SAVANNAH GEO. I Cress, Mustard mJ.lll Setfy ATreastrret F.A.A Q.C.K.A.CK he win tare peculiar facilities for B&.1TIngaI.t '

rill ORDERS taken for ANY OF THE MAGA 3,290pnizes amounting to------ 9204,000 l Plain Pan/ey Car/ed do, Republican and Advertiser copy. Forwarding Merehaodise' and the shipment if-" _
Fernandina Fla,St. Mary published in the :&, (or the en- Tickets. $ -Halves $5-Quarters, $2. 0ty Sugar Pamnp. TS now open for the aecomntodaiion of Travellers Jacksonville Nov.22, .- CoUoa.to which business particular attention wubd >
Brvntviclf tnd Darien Geo, raing year at their regular advertised prices upon Long Scarlet raJUb Log SalmoH do, J. particularly Invalids,who1 willw.a1tJ1aodLbe paid the shippers having the choice ef the E*' ,
TEE SEW AND SUPERIOR STEAMER payment Store-thepabtifker't receipt befogJurnitfud and Georgia Lotteries shall excel all others, Large Red Tomato, : wiQ be furnished with thecboie..tdelieaeie.oltheIUIOII warned agamst trad- \SCES:
the same with the first No.received after order. offer to'the pabli e the above scheme which for the Early Flat Dutch Tntnip Bed Top do, whilst unremitting attention will be givento persons are hereby to James UBERAL..AD :
J'J one
Suhscnptloni taken lurIIARPER brilliancy and magnificence of its Capitals, and Ruts, Bags Largo Glofce Tnrnlff pleaseJhatsneceM might crown. my efforts in :for dated a Note given 17th by,cx&185G payable ia wCl be made on Cotton endtotlwieew1tbta'sell :
the chances obtaining Prizes of magnitude has Red Cramberybuirbean. BeJipecktM Talontine future. WCh&rro; moderr.k. IT. Moore for three hundred and twenty dollars here,the highest Market Price will be I .
.Iverg1athL. GODEY. never been equaled. China Bed-eye do, Mohnwk do, ISAAC G.AIUUSO.'i.EaT.P'rt. sixty dJys, the was obtained ,The new steamer fttrgljelt L.U.CoxeUer
do One thousand to one do Hernando Co, Proprietor and nicety-six cents same her from Ski, -
GllAHAM,. PLAN OF THE LOTTERY Xewingtoa decl-tf) der false pretenses and when I was unconscious Commander will commence trips
Florida. |
.. Late of Extra Early Peas Marrowfat do south wharf t*Savannah and Charleston in Sevtiaber, .
r,) HOUSEHOLD WORDS,. 30,000 Tickets numbered from f to of what 1 was doin( ani as I do not justly ow_
There ere Flower Roots Tulips Hyacinths for theTnadaadefth.ptrsoualiuperriecionofC&pLCozstto "
hmunbeen expressly
k. U.STEW ART ;)lat > the and 800 Offered to the said James W.JJoora a dollar I am deter- ,
KNICKERBOCKER 30,000* There are 200 fall Priies Approximations White Onion Sets. T.McMILLAN. Rare Chance ia. a ?" : ,
L. F. ROUX Pnrecr.Carolina and the same furnished at the counter at the regular making In all 1000 Prizes October 29, 1S35, ,3SOTICE. and Wheelwright. mined not to pay the above not BBLACKWOODJ unless compelled Jacksonville September 13, 1836. '.
\V71L eommeaee her regular trips as above rates or at reduced price for parties c1abin:. The drawing take place in public under the Blacksmith to by I... > "
.>'V early ia December. EVERGLADE nperintendence*of twe sworn Commissioner T'IIE suUcribef offers for sale, hisshope and atlsonviEe Nov.220, lS56-5t T SHOLMES ';

"beea built under the special superintendence BOOKBINDING. The Numbers from 1 to 30,000, correspondingwith X Lot 1 05 feet square eenvenieaey situated to & STOSET ,:- ,,
leT!,f xpresvly for this route baring el- fVTLDERS taken for Bookbinding,whice shall be the Number on the Tickets printed on separate ALL persons bating demands against the Es- the depot and business generally. Can be purchased DISSOLUTION OF COPAETXEE8HIP. COMMISSION MERCHANTS- )
._roomy ac i improved passenger..accommoda.t \J executed well and esp ions1,. and at shift ef paper an encircled with small On .of Irancis G&ines,d c ased are hereby with or withmt tools on good terms -. ** *;,

CenMcUoas will be made at CaarleotoaW rsjonablt rates. I bs.ve ample arraogssaentser tabs, and placed in one wheeL, notified ta preset them duly authenticated P.S- Has on hand 1 Baggy waggon 1 Cart, TIE COP AR EBSmp aeretofor enlisting BOYCB A COPS WHAPF, "..
Savsaaaa with the New York and ether this purpose. The first 200 Prizes similarly' printed and n-.,within-the time prescribed by law,or this notice and 4 Pair wheels complete,also a tot of waggon between the Sabeenbcrs under the arm aDd cxb.cL21cl3ticz3.sI: '0 ''

JW& '. Freight re-airped free IIffJIarrt. PICTURES circled, are placed in another wheeL I will be plead b)bar of their recovery cod all persons and Buggy spriass,also a quantity ready made style of Wilson A WinterniU it Out day diuoIed ,- ; "
hereby the sale of '
attend to .
said Estate her.by are Win "
indebted to are
Dumber ia
and* and Timber
For f Farmers
rtber to revolved getters
n puic1an apply and The wheels! are then werk suitable frr consent
Order taken far purchasicg pictures. motaal
JAMES 67DEVALL,; aUtka fraiming same. drawn from tW wLeeloUamben and the amethae :, notified to make immediate payment to the all of which eas be bought very low,eall and seed The by business of the firm will be settled by Cotton, Grain, &other Produce. _

ThEO.UARTRIDGE. JackeoBville. C., DRE'V..1Ii".29" Prixe Is drawn from the other wheel. The undersi KZDDDfO W, BIOQSKOT <' May 24-tl AS.A.FARMERFelb' George S. Wibon and will be continued by him A AGENTS: ',;1 -
Savannas exhibited
OOl'PER FRASER Prize drawn out are opened .
number and the old standTh.refbre
er.21 WILLIAM I )l.TtO.T .. Oceaa- st, nearCALL Bay. to the audience and registered by the 15-5t Executor. .Livingston, 30 M his persons own account hade nwettled aceooata with Uu* Palmetto Line N. Y. Pac1re t- % _

n.JmSTABLCo Commissioner,the Prixe being placed against the I'ltOCLJiaiATJON.TTTfiE&EAS irm, will please call immediately. Steam ShiV.Line.-,
li & FLEMING number drown This operation Is repeate. until a vacancy has occured b the ofW .ATTdBHEY WILSON WINTERNTrZ.Kcrrtmter Philadelphia
all the Primes are drewn t.ApproilSlatlon fice of solicitor of the Eastern Judicial (Offic ia Broward's Brick Baildiftg.] iS, 1356- (STEAMER HENRY B. BEACH.) :
[ subscriber will con.UYb -
THE keep Frtea>-Tne two preceding the resignation of James JacksonTille E. F, T+
: Circuit ot this State, by Produce consigned to the Agents win be'r
haa4 supply of good HORSES at f ato and the two.,eceeedJtigNmmben to those drawing I M.Baker it is hereby ordered that aa electionto have Bradford & McLin warded to PhiladelphUaad New Tart by SLSb,!,1"
ttqrutS retired from the Probate office ,
,' famished U> will be entitled to the 800 Approximation .
BUGOI&- 200 Prizes .
)el.' Conveyaaoe the first supply the taeaacy in said "office be held at HAVING of Law in all the AT L4W if the above lianfn of Cmmittioa. .
*7 JMft ef the eonntry. Horses boarded fey,tae Prized,according to the Seberae. the various precincts of the :Counties composing thepractice ATTORNEYS 27 18566iaBARRETT ..2,
and the September :
silgi.feed, d* week or taontb. By odetati'rgts.M Jacksonville Florida. I3T Remember that evcty Priie it drawn, and the Eastern Circuit;Monday the 6th diy cf [Courts of the Eastern Circuit ia ia United Supreme SU&eaDi Newnanarllle, Florida- '
puaL U&n..IIa hopes U gala aiMr *aYibleta full without deduction. October proximo. The returns of said election Court at Jacksonville also the October..U : ,.
ska'e ot patronage. &taUe is AAams.L, .,2C. 11 LIT All Prizes of$1,000 and under: paid imtaedialely tobemad.inth.manneprs3e1lbedby la.. Court St. olladlt4t during T.C.a4UZn x. "uY" G.ti
II|)H west the Jle abe has lota for after the drawing-other Prizes attbi BBY occupancy of the Probate ofie(acqxdred COD> '
pa uf town. Witness my baud and toe teal of the Stat. of Ch stD & New Year's Gifts. & JLh
with to 1)EJ
matters relating
ate Dro'u.aM7. IC ST.. in full without deduction siderabl familiarity
aeaasuBudi tlosi ef Wagoners YIILUABLE usual time oCthirty4b,*, Florida done at the Capital in the city of Tallahassce >
MEREDITH FE1ESS AUGUSTINE FOR SALE. eowmunfeation itrVUy confidential. The the estates of minors and deceased persons, anti ia search' of Cnrutmaa and New Dealer .
AU tab 13ib day of September, A, P. sad Administrators PERSONS Wholesale aad RsUH 1 ia r'
the settlement of accounts by Guardian Gifts will find at the subscriber'slarge a ,
-: j THAT FINE RESIDENCE opposite the drawn numbers win be forwarded te purchasers 1855. JAMES E. BROOME = C
JO MAGNOLIA UOGEE. Also that rateable Immediately afar the drawing. Go, of Florida. ,I tender my services particularly to and beautiful variety ELEGANT FANCY Groceries, Provisions, TobacooScgars :

IljOUst Sinn; hoTEL property knows M the FLORIDA Order for Tickets abonids be sent ia early. Sits Governor Attest persons having business in that lineI will also GOODA cheap for' cub ::
By and to all other Nails
HOUSE. For Unas apply to Prize TSekels cashed renewed in other Tlck- F.J.'TILLlPIGCE.HP attend to Pensions Bounty Land Dec.6th, 1856. GEO.: FLAGO- _
utOrp' FederalGovernment entrusted ,
A. H. COLE oalm IIUhe Atthseoro.rStons .
either office.
..at 20 Secretary $tztm.
QT.17-lr "
"mental Painting. aur tl8-tf Orange Mills.Fla. Order for Tickets can be addressed either to. Papetsof the E..tera Circuit copy I lime pm. with promptness._ DOLLAR CIXJCK8. ;REED'S .aC1Lti.TE ." "

TBXnbserlicri wgnMrpermaaeatly located, Nptice.NOTICS B.8.SWAN SWAN A. Montgomery CO, Atlanta, Ala Ga and: .forward bill.. of! f NOTICE. win- be. made Pc THE subscriber has now on hand" JACKSONVILLE, J'DR:1!. ? :: -, _
after date application
at tbe ctthea'II JacLso* UERZUT GIVEN THAT AP SIX weeu *large lot of DOLLAR CLOCKS wrraaUd T7.'nP enoetaatly N''hemLfU Hl*ijf. ff"rood .
j a.
k that of Probate of Dvral
vilM < UM aad solkits share beieLjtv.n aitpJicalioawHl ., the IIiem.th. Judge
; a > iwve traacbM. a NOTICGIS
ta --
LAND WAUUAXTL' U mad.te the General Assembly to keep time,together .n' *ia their liii wfctfi r *#
the Et-
tf.?s&PaIts. JAMES HAR12SESB. i&4.to the,egii4tare! of the State UNDERSIGNED Will CASH for of Blorids at Us next Sessitv. to ineerpo orhen ofs ea.nIwsstlI and Iniok.Dentb,16. Band scllia*at thr1 roarttt.r.i.W :
pay Y sictj
Florida at id nazi aessioo for a Charter for the ,deceasedJa17
el Henry Lindsay
g7. -GD.41nt' .Graining Brooxtog,4e tate *
THE .. )
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IfAEWLVSTS.anrtV '\at AssriMS Telegnrh -
ZIctdjd vl aesae Net 43sj'stb.JaUrfi1 Florida Eavauufc aal Ckarlet SUwa Pukes.cssnrel. ... P05CE.' la I. 186V J UIIXD lUenul
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;: GeleoirlandCn.lYatLcr-.ATer-- GENUINE "AMERICANISM." NOTICE.on : .< ". ,TnE:4cFLQnmA NEWS?: ,'It )t.hDlta1tb" .,.- I For le. .1'ndr'e' t1! -

rible Tenjrstj '1llbll'au kunhcrn 1'roc- An incident tb Mexican I S h. : > :r. . ,. j k.
;t '! '' Mcf I' war illustrates TnER4S toe Bnt day nf Acnrf c. : if. IrpHAT c. _
:P ,, .' ,, : V ( the American character.* Our gal I \ \ present year, the Saw Wills andUirator -. : Db iJiltthtg: :iDffi'ctnousEAJ4.4q -- rnrell known Plantation : WM" GROTHE". :
i\ \ JjTl! arog\fa1k smsccedeain: "ting* lint little army had cat red and held pos huh ofth"Celecharae ,Jk;Finigtn.*itaate4 -5-5 X ,
on the St.John's and Nsssaa riven in the Stale ewncd ty RdUU i.St. and tUaatedon 1 VATCHM&kS
t hwlatoretrtteFhrXiciragna &ll.tb ECtsibn'bf th'e citjTof Mexico: A ;
Jlnj i
S' : I of}Florida were ioU at pablks ovtery to the Web Jot AMELIA IbLAND; FLA- :
of officers and '
: S "ftncttnng bird of Ac political firmament our soldiers were at the i est bidder for the purpose of doeing up- said;eon* t COUtiTING Six mile from the Rail Road Depot, containing RI
Eupon5hhU&n4I Gen. 'W'alkerTal not theatre. During the evening some one cero, after doe and legal advorticment ..thereof.I : ,_ SCO Acres or Land, 250 of which an anent Hats- S .J"cwelItt t "
r ,pSt M called for '-Hail Colombia," by 'the orcbes I And whereat also at the said aale the KodenigDed, 1856. nock, the'remalniog 550 acre are'nader cultivation (aUT pq*, r T

4 t t- 'ent of the) triter he laid told of them tor tre. The musicians, from not having the I the inrvitlng partner became the panhaset ot producing cotton, Corn, *4a, *4, a* may be HAS 011 band it rptflJdedh..1&-o

I I ;\; 1pAtnong: these was Gcu. Goicouria a, mutate reluctant from a national-antipathy said caw mills and timber lands, at a ram consulerably 1I A ecu ty the present crop. On it me all.iueee.sary refused to it and struck below the first cost of the same,this notice ardIbI5co :1 Bailding For particular apply (a me at New-tfeyie* aw kshions, 'ach tI&.1iii, : .
.5. one- f t.b.Cuban liberators lie had 1t' play up ii to require the U8C1l ors nf the said John D.Bellechasse l n ." "CS,04 nanaville, or to B. Harrwon Sr. reiidin on the GOLD 'OV.&RDS.
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S f. in hi i.jwtrer to be 6crric* *,l>le, and Walker some European air. As by an electric ,Lie beirt; legatees, widow, and any is58.1 I 1 5G. tI : : e = premises, KOBT,.HARBISON. ,Jr. EAtt.nU"as. Ssai
shock, the whole house was instantly in a interested the estate of .q : .
'11I4|all other i rsons If I A sni t23-tf Agnct ,DR4.&s't.U3. ,
1A promising to reciprocate the favor, they be.p furious uproar-tho Americans rising to the'Mid John D. Bellechaose or the. :late ffrta 'of UAVESO made L 1 L : 1 .Z __ .t l. : -' .in r We are new pre i S 1.1-1 ohbfel be orere4 at g
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,; came :dose friends. :To Gen. Goicouria their feet drawing the orchestra with their Bellecbatse A Finegao, to ,come forward. within- fIST :. : % 3 4 S UI'_ I- I 3 4 5 Dental Notice. for CASh .
shoots and otherwise' exhibiting\ 'such, a ninety days front the date of>he e,presents anti atenfv arrange- 1S"1 S'9 10 11 12 6 7 'S 9 10 11 l 12 paredtosxecutest VT.S.BOSTWIOK: woeld respectful.ly .< IW A .
t S wd given a. commission in tic armjr, and fierce redeem the said mill and Un a, by becoming the ., .: 13141516171819 13J4)Sl6i7ff2 inform the eltssensof J.eksotllle and it. vicinity l G. ssRsasffffsss'sfte .
and Indomitable determination
; 'i afterwards a tnisfcion to. England, but after as an .urcbaeer thereof at the same price aDd .on the menu for the necu2C 21 22 23 :4 2S 26 2 21 2l 23 24 25 26 the shortest. notice, that,having opened an 9(600( in the Dngnerian )
St excited American crowd only exhibited. same terms offered and bid therefor by the.un- S 2Z2S393O121:82930:11: Gallery, on Fonyth street,fill attend to all branches (&ha,cwjsgaass I
is I S, lie etarted, ho found occasion to give Walk. Alarmed, tho orchestra' struck up an air, denigDed at the time of pie, and in defantt 'of. tion of every descrfp- Fa.l'. ..1An'T.. I- - I 2 all kind*ofPamphlets- of DENTISTRY,:in the mobt approved and tire anlWAet to tI" .

"advice.. Walker took. it Ladlr.. or rather when the crowd suddenly subsided into M- any such'r demplion by the first of Febraery A.D. ., ,,II---- 346.6789 S 3,4567.8., careful manner. > .- wakhe ". rtpatftd I SSMaswsaa3 .
I would not toko, J it at l* *all.* ,Jlic General be- knee, tnd gosd order was at once restored. .1837, the undersigned will treat the said safeas tiOBOfJobTrintiug,1 10 II 12 13 14 15 16' 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ,' ', 'Cp Kerve ofsehi.g t-eettdstroye4- ) witbeut Jul B.srS3"ssxd2:
in interest
I S S A Spanish gcntlemansittir.gby the side of confirmed.by all parties 17 18 19 O 21 2'Z 23 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 pain' S decZ-ta ere.

cstno: wrvtb;t letters pasKcS ; and Goicou-: one of our officers, remarked, H .under JOSEPH P nrvivinr F1NEOAN Partner Z.J 25 26 2128 29 24 2526 2 2S 29 30 Law Illanat, : order : :
4 ill' now comes out with an expose, which : stand now the ccret of tno Toud.arfulpro BELLECHASSE* FINEQAN.Tfor MJ.a' - I 3I----- Royal Havana Lotfery.Notice. .
i 2 6 )fr.Q.
.. 3 4 & t 7 S SIP'T.Oct'R_ 1 2 3 4 ann.lot
\ :' S trill rather startle the conf.ernlh'o feelings. re8s and achievements of your unique 1 3-m TheattentiooofthosowUhfog. 9 10 II 1213 14 15 7 .8 .9 10 11 12 13 UUIfltSICOIdS des his sincere tbaaktto I"tfdrennritlh1. ".

A -of Europe and America. It was not' only people. They, alone, combine the. quick ISLAND Printing 16 11 18 19 20 21 22 14 15 16 11 18 19 20 : : ., and its vicinity (ot Ih 1i1l.rat tiUat.at tfa. ..
posed to take Cuba$ but to establish a and fiery enthusiasm of tIle Southern nations SEA I ri 24 25 26 l 27 2829 21 l 22 23 24 2526 27 VI Ttl 5 Cards, beatowetl on him, and hr pnt reup U

": prof Krpublic antagonistic lo the United States. or"Euro e'with the imperlnrahle so- Cotton Gins. done U particularly 3031----- 282930--- '-* ninE, Public.are hereby notifi- minatkm to pl.. he win Pcitllt"1.. .*.

.1 .: S JtJclow to giro such poitiuus of'the lenetof lidi.y character of the races of the North. Arait : 2 3,4 5 - I 2 3 4 Circulars, JL: ed that change has taken place ia the belt todd.1ICe aDel pstrina. .,Ja1flt4-17.
6 ,1 8 9 10 11 12 5 6 1 8 9 10 ,
This would bo i I05ite1totb1.ioCe. SCHEME of the ROY AT. LOTTERY of
2off"1'oik have witnessed an Havanain
9, GetJ. G. to, the Herald, to we just subscriber thankful for 13 14 15 16 11 IS 19 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Hand Hills, cf the demand f. Ticket
.1 f the 24th inst., as Waller.Stating thow thu. contract and impossibility the sum." with any other people THE patronage,. his patrons and Term Invariably 20 21 2'2 ZJ 24 25 26 19 2021 :2 23 24 exceed consequence the quantity i. ed. To remedy this, :KanawaylMriSo :

t :'', intentions of (eli friends that he still carries on the manufacture fl2S293O262128293031 i 'i-rsr Bills, the price of Tickets and the amounts of Prizes
1 that be was only concerned! about ROLLER GINS at Cue usual prices. Extra H CASH.-j Uu_ - J 2.3 NOT'K. 1 have been increased.. In future; in the Ordinary ON' a lUQ.oart

i t' tliberatonofCubnndTith' a view to A MARVELLOUS REMEDY Boxes, Brushes, Acv furnished when required. 4.5618910 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Bills of Lading Drawing the capital Prize will be 100,000, and : H ar --If$

r that object, tending an agent to Walker FOR A MARYELLOCS AGE !!! Reparing done on short nothe and reasonable from the 11 12 13 14 15 16 11 9 10 11 12131415Order. 22 the price Tickets $20; the number of Ticket. five feet ten inches high UBMowg kwk .Wham
'a S S 18 19 20 21 22
2324 16 11 18 19 20 21 spoken to
THOMAS VANCE. will be from No. 1 to ear from
No.21,0tlonly. will
There one
I on the 11th of January last, the following terms. 326219293O31 23242526fl2S9 Bills of Fare, eTOjCbrae* nil oe>et4]

S concluded h A G KNTS.; ConnLrywillbe bo 229 full Prizes and 20 Approximations,making mxe mashed scar across ha fight**n l**t aWil
: contract was : Jun I 2 3 4 5 6 1 30--- in all 219 Prize, amounting to $$233.000 as will the rut Joint, I will pay *& for hi'
t CONTRACT. FRASER A THOMSON, Charleston, S. C. 8 9 10 11 12 U 14 DEc'a. I 2 3 4 5 6 Labels, be seen by referring to advertisment in another- home er in any safe place whets I delivery M
can I.
I .ft' Gen. "William Walker, Commander-in N. A. HARDEE i CO, Savannah, Qa. promptly executed. 15 16 17 18 19 2021 .7 B'9 10 11 12 13 column. The subscriber takes this opportunity PHILIP get DXLI.

'S ,; Chief of the army,of Kicaragut, is illing THEO.\WALKER HARTRIDQE DAVIS, ,Cettervillage Jacksonville, Ga.Fla. JOS.F.ROGCRO. 22 23 24 25 26 21 28 1-1 15 16 11 18 19 20 .c., cl c. to thank his friends for their liberal patronage,and NewnaJsville.Oct.* 19,1356-tf
-I : - 21222324252627 % Fkiridiaa
., 1 -to form the following agreement \ith Capt, S. B. THOMPSON, Black Creek, II -IJO-- -. 2S 21, 30 31 continuance hope by prompt of the attention to business to merit a otbid. .Jo\lnt.lwill phase cyy
.1 F. A. LtiiKy; appointed agent ol St. Domingo T. D. DEXTER Mineral Springs, ", _----- same. RODRIGUEZ. ,

I 'T de Uoicourta, sole holder aud repository SOIIN LEE, White Springs, S Charleston A'tgost 2, la 6. To
of the goods and chattels belonging St. Mar,. Oct.-11 1856. [1u4] Mariners
( t.; 1 '' to the cause e-f Cuba,'consisting hi money, '' J. Holmes, Charta* for'Sale,,of the following Dlv.

It' I a vessel and munitions ol war. Holloway's Ointment. G. i. G bbs fWFOR GtODS 100 Wal Street N. T. From New fork.Ion.to Cap Cantefc
) Walker "f
p. Firstly Gen. William pledges i TTILL pay particular! attention to.alltlo Ye!* From .w1'or to Florida
his word of honor that be will assist audcooperate Jacksonville Fla. ..16w( pine ''Lumber, Lire Oak and Charts of the Bibama
'J .;"j' t S with his person and with his various TIlE GRAND EXTERNAL REMEDY. FALL 185<$ 'other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE,and From St Marks to New Orleans.

," resources-such as men and others By the aid cf a luitcroscopc; we see millions of COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS to order for purchasing- MERCHANDISE. From New Orleans to Oalveato,
little openings on the surface of our bodies.- Y111r 7-tf Cherts of l!>._ YTiMt JndtNl1ItkaI .
favor of her --
of Cuba and in -- --- -
In the cus Through these this Ointment, when rubbed tIe yea TilE STATES or 00 AlmalUell-lS51.-

.5 1 liberty aftor.having consolidated the peace skin, is carried! to any organ or inward part.: Dill.ell."l' MAINE, VIRGINIA. Arhct1tociu'vztii NovemberiSlb 135g. C.DSTT
ot the Republic .Nicar- of the Liver affecticns W. G. BANCROFT
II I. and Government of the Kidneys MASSACnrSETT5, NORTH CAROLINA, AND -
II agua. of tho heart, Inflammation of the Longs RHODE ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA, i Tea SA_T.JUn
", t Gen. William Walker Atlnmas ,Coughs and Colds, are by its moans effectually i Depository: -
Secondly. proposes NEW YORK, ALABAMA, "
J and admits the understanding that the cured. Every hojswifo knows that salt PENNSYLVANIA, MISSISSIPPI, 253 & 255 KING ST. "OLD STAND. Removed to the New Store In Holmes
through Lone or moat of thick.
0 of Nicar- passes freely any MARYLAND, LOUISIANA, Building, opposite Dr. Baldwin' x.sivo1yStnbic.
material and pecuniary resources Ointment far .
S ness. Thi healing more readily Odice
I .-.,. SIll nr.ii. aa those which are in the ._*<....<><.. tlirnnir nnv Knnn_ or Pf_ <3\v_ r.!'. or__ Ih.___ ap26 TEXAS. tiJacksonvilleBricks Charleston S. C is Jacksonville.Mtha1a TIlE Subscriber having taken (tbe ett .
-- -- -- -- -- -' -- --- u n keptconstanUy ., X possession of the revolutionary parly ol living body, caring the most dangerous inward Yard. WHERE selected asaortmesi'of House known) etand' of tbe .Buaiagtsm i
making that cannot bo reached other Livery Stables/ take pleasure ia anneo
amalgamated together complaint; by means.ERYSIPELAS DRUGS
ball bo AND
..' 5 Cuba common, cause together for the purpose SAIL 1UIEUM( & SCORBUTIC THE undersigned article of Brick is now, at making the Yard a very near super the Cash SL; One Price: House! fresh Always and received by the latest CHilSICALS arrivals,warranted einj lag public to the that citixena be of i ia Jacksonville prepared to tarnish awl the at lrt&saf

r' 1. of o\crthiowing the Spanish tyranny inS IIU( IORS. Brick Church which he will sell at the following genuine. Also, hour. Horse and Carnage double er itafX
the island, and of iusuring, the prosperity No remedy lias ccr done so much for tho cure prices jFIRST Perfumery, Combs;Brushes, Soaps, and II good Saddle Hone ae eas be eUaiae*h
S i of diseases of the Skin, whatever form they may QUALITY, -$9 00 per thousand oo t Lamps Burning Fluid, *c., the community Having sxperieeeed4mt.
*of Central America, identifying thereby assume, as this Ointment. Kb cacs ofSalt Khoum SECOND 1 00 which win be sold low1 for cash. teotive OiLIer he feel eonlJellC't la !
.' the interests of both countries. Sore Heads Scrofula . Linen Goods Country orders solicited and punctually attended those aanriac'
I.. Scurvy or ygiplas, can Tninn 5 00 of hU friend who may wuh to board theft
S Thirdly. Gen. Walker requires a full long withstand its influence. The inventor ha* WELL BRICKS, - 1000" to. Physicians'prescription put up with care and hlorses-that they witt Sndu mach accomnxxl

,: exposition, manifestation and explanation travelled over many parts of tho globe, visiting He will charge for delivery in town and when i Irish Linens, -- - 2ja371.2 Heavy Table,Damask C2 l-2a75 despatch. two at the "Raffingtoo Home Stable"a* at eaj
I. 1 of the resources belonging to the cause of the principal hospitals, dispensing this Ointment, within the Plankroad, one dollar per Linen50a62 1-2 Russia TEAS. similar establishment in East Florida -f tin
J detailed statement and : giving advice a* to its application, and has thus and one dollar and fifty cents per 'i Super Fronting Diaper, Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company. moderate-Term* Caab.
Cuba as likewise a been the of I Birds' Eye Diaper 18 3-4a25 Crash & Hack Diaper Teaof direct importation, and of 34 from
S S of means restoring countless numbers to greater distance. The Brick are made of excellent varieties A, VT.DAC03TA ApeS
> list the military and maritime forces as health. 12 ]-2 Lawns 1-4 to 1 lb. in a package, all warranted
material, are dried under cover, and are Heavy Towelling, Lincy and at \ZtT N. CA large aad commodious niIo
;. '-"ell utile remaining resources of the SpanS LEGS: ,SORE BREASTS WOUNDS hcaiicr and of better quality than any that are Brown Tabling. 25 Napkins and Doy'ies.' extremely prices.t3f able for Drovers i Is attached to the Stable.

W ibh Government in the ishnd of Cuba. ULCERS. being imported. Country JJealerssnppIled,by orderIng JacksoWlis, November 15, ,1856.AD5IIIf4TItA.TOR'S .
} Fourthly. Captain F. A. Lame having Some of the most scientific surgeons now rely fetf All orders left with Mossn. Hirtridge A Shirtings Calicoes &e accompanied with Ca h.

J. .:.. taken consideration the contents of the solely on the use of this wonderful Ointment, when Timanus, who are my Agents, will be promptly GARDEN 4 also FLOWER SEEDS' PLA "TS.k'a NOTICE.

I, three foregoing articles, agrees to and accepts having to cope with tho worst cases of tares, wounds attended to. JOS. LACOURSE. 7-8 Heavy Brown Shirting, 6 1-5 Good Style Calicoes, - G 1-4 july 8-tf always kept on T.hand MCMILLAN., SIX weeks after date r snail apply to tbe Bet]
4 the contents of the said three articles ulcers,glandular Iwelliv ,and tumors. Professor 44 8 Fast Colored U -0 Stewart Judge otLb. Court of Probate]
Jacksonville: 26. -
Hollow-ay bar: by command of the Allied Governments April f->r Nassau Connty for Letters of Administration
of to be made u "
only as a preamble a contract 7-8 Bleached 6 Super English 121-2 I .
dispatched to the hospital of the East large NOTICE. the Estate of.Robert Harrison, late of said.
r upon a more solid basis by the parties interested shipments of this Ointment,to be used under tbe FOISale. 4.4 Heavy u -- -' -' 10 I Super Gin ;blm', 12 1-2 IN pursuance of an order mad. by the Hon. B. ,I ty deceased. ]

.::' ; and therefore binds himself by direction of the Medical Staff, in the worst cases 4-4 Super Family Long Cloth, J2 1-2 Retl French do. 25 Hopkins, Judo of Probate for tho- county of I M. M. E.HARRISON Adm'x
I his word of honor to keep this ngreement of wounds. It will cure any ulcer, glandular swcl"ing Duvall, I w II offer at public auction on the 20th by R.: HARRISON, Jr Att'y.
"l":' : "*until be shall have fuller power for its final I stiffness or contraction of the joints, even of THAT well known Plantation, Silks Plaids & Cloths day of October next at the usualbour of sale, in Amelia Island; Oct. 26qGEORGIA

: arrangement. And, having drawn out two 2I 10 rears, standing. St. Johns River, called Ship Yard, front of Lbo'Court House in Jacksonville, he fol -
; PILLS AND FISTULAS. containing four hundred and fifty acres, more or lowing property belonging to the Estate of Jacob
the ia corroboiation Black Silk 87 l2al.OOXcv Canton Cloth
of tenor Best 37 l-2a75
ame -
papers less. Forman .
(f These and other timilar distressing complaint On the premises there is a fine new dwelling deceased.Lot .
: of this, weailix our signatures, in the Independent can be effectually cured if tho Ointment be wel house with every necessary out building, for a ? Style Pbid Silks, 75 Black I Alpacca, - 2; No.7. in square No. 31 in the town of Jacksonville -

l Slate and Republic of Nicaragua I ubbcd in over the parts effected, and by other large family. The lands are first rate hammock, Heavy 'I l.OOal.20 "['Super" .- 37 l-2a50 with the improvements, consisting ef a tilitary 3nstiluU

S ., ibis day, Jan, 11, Ibo6.AVM.. rise following the printed directions around each I cleared, about one hundred acres, the balance, Plaid Raw Silk. - 75 I Heavy Tweeds and Satencts: commodious and well furnished dwelling house ,

WALKER. Xt'oth- uncleared hammock. For particulars apply to Heavy Plaid Cashmeres 62 1-2 Super Broad Cloths .kitchen Ao.

i t 1""*. Signed, F. A. LAISE.Mben :. 8' the Oincnent and Pills should be B. HOPKINS, Agent, Merinos, l-2aC2 1-2 kNew Style Cassimer"C3; Also the following named slaves, Mary about tI
July 12th. 1356-tf! Jacksonville Fla. --------u' t 35 years old, a good house servant cook
when used in the follow! seamstress -
this was done- I Lad: c- cases: Super Fr( worth 1.25 1 Vestings and Cravats. washer and ironer Joe 26
S cured the word and as 1 thought tlwj E unions Sore Legs IU CIID T. mncHETT. ] CBAS. w. DOWJUXOIIIltCUKTT years -old. a 2IAETETTA GEO.
"j co B! good mill hand-Jim 22 yean old, prim. able- .
; urns Sore Breasts Ribbons
orel'ation'tiC Walker-1 went tuytdf to & Hosiery &c. bodied field hand-Jessee 18 old
CIl .ppod hands Sore Heads DOWNING. years good FlrtST TERM OF TOE ACADB.
'l\icafll"un. in March last and there entered C'lilbluani Sore Throats house servant and gardntr. Terms cash. :
: S with all the energy of my nature into IWuIus Eoro ofafl kinds ATTORNEYS AT LAW, H>avy Hosiery. - 1212Super Ribbons end Trimmings, For further particulars, enquire of J' F San- en the 20th year of at JULY this,Institution and end on.commences the 20rt

':,I ', the cause of that country. Whatever language ("""I Sprain AND English, 25 Lace Goods and Embroideries, Administratrix derson. of the ELIZA BET It JORMAN DECEMBER The otd'lama eommeaew

t : Mr. Walker may now choose to employ Lumbago Scalds Agents for Claims Gloves and Mitts. Silk and Worsted. Combs, Brushes and Soaps, Fstate J. P. of SAN3ERSON Jacob Forman.. on the 20th of FEBRUAR f,and ends on the 20Uof

: : Le was heretofore been only too gUd: Mercurial Piles! Eruption Swelled SUK Gland 400, SEVENTH STREET, Under Vests and Drawers,, Buttons, Pins Needles. &c.,.&.c. sep 20-1m Her Atty. in fact., JULY.
II, t'I .to-&c1muwlcd the value and extent ot tnjter iLcumalifin J0int The amount appropriated totho Institute ey
Shawls and Mantillas. the Legislature of Georgia at its last session,us
.,1.; .5 ''fI --- -.- \ '!. :alt nbeuin Venereal h ,., 1'TILL practice before (the Court of Claims, and S. & ]: SL Gilbert been expended in erecting additional building
1 s kin Ducnccs
But views in entering into the Wounds all k1looJs V,\ ,
$ 1j my operations prosecute Claims before Congress and the There will therefore be accommodation*,at tbe
0 Silk
and Cloth Mantillas.
Plaid and Shawls.
: : be found in the Sold t the Manufactories of Professor n..r. several Long Square
Walker to
of are Departments. J MANUFACTURERS and DEAr giobing of the next term for fifty Cadets !i.*4>
* .1 1-O\U1', 60 Maiden Lane, New York and 241 Plain Mode and Black do. Super Moire Antigue do.Misses' -
above contract, in the obligations that it S LISPS ia all descriptions of CARR clition to one hundred and thirty, the preseat
S Strand London anti
by all reipent-iMe Druggists Talmas for Children.
: : and in the aided Shawls and Scarfr. rAGES, at No .35 and 40 Wentworth number
: ,t imposes on bim, expected a nd Dealers of ilcdicinos throughout ihe United REFERENCES *
to derive from bim. :tatee and the civilized world,ia Pots, at 25 tents Hon.J.iOETOXi;. s.S. White and Black Crape Shawls. : Street, and No.7 Jlayne Street,Charleston Tho course ol..tud1u; and sjtttms oftutiwelion
i .. -- I remained in Nicaragua until thc bt 621-2 rents, and SI each. lIon. A E. MAXWELL H. R. Our Stock U an extensive one, and purchasers and discipline are modelled after the West
."" 't FV There is a considerable l ion.S. R. MAUOET, 17. S. S. Plantation G.oOtls. are respectfully requested to call on us, aa we can Point plan-tLe purpose being toinsnre to young
when there and saving by
1 kit taking
of June lb5G came
: t.helarges sizes. lIon. E. C. CABELL Florida offer great inducements in style and prices; and man a thoroughly scientific and practical education

t; ItI" I to this country, where arrived on the X 1). Directions for tbe guidance of patients in M e6Srs. BBODIC A PET.S, New York. Real Georgia Plains, 23 I Good 9-4 Blankets 1.00 any article bought at oar-establishment are warranted to develop his physical strength and t*
13tb of at New Orleans. It was then Messrs.J. 0."( J in 8-tf teach him! to be pnnctual'-'Itematia. indastreu, .
r July very disorder are affixed to each Pot. A.CAMP,Sandkky,0 'I 20J Heavy all Wool do. 1 25 every respect. July
J July 23-ly and economical in his habits.
::1 that I could bo useful as Minister
thought 1 Notice.I Heavy Kerseys. 18a20 j Plaid Linscys, 18a25 Tbe Faculty consists of six Professors (all ef
to England, but there was *omc dtI1Cuty LATHE 1LAND CUTUNGills. Women's Wear - 15alC 'I| Osnoburgs, lIomes nns. &c. &c. NOTICE thorn Southern men) The Superintendent aad)
id the Uivas Cabinet aud m August 1 rcctivtd X pursuance of an Order mado by the lion. B. months Cterh.( e application will be maw Commandant of
I OUR STOCK is large and selected with care. Orders will hare the most SIX are graduates the U.S MiniUry"Academy
Hopkins! Judge of Probate for the very the IIon.th
a letter (rum Walker, dated 25lh of county of ) ndge of Probate of Dual at Vest Point.
p' Dnval, I will offer fur sale at Public Auction, to careful attention and any article not pleasing will hc received :tin at our expense. County, for a final licharge Administratrix of
July, which is of uu consequence, except the highest bidder therefor, tit tho u ual hoUr of SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform W. G. BANCROFT the Estate of William S. Donaldson late of laid Expenses for Board Tuition Fuel,Light ,
S that in it be desired me to walt till I re- s u lo, en the 20th day of October next, at the Planters of LONG STAPLE the county,decease and W IsbiD:,per- Term.in d nt .....111.30'

I "f' cctiu'd mJ"ct' dlIlials. At length, in the Court House, in the town of Jacksonville! the that ho still continues the manufactcring COTTONS of ROL, 2153 cfo 255 c'i-ng Street JULY L. DONALDSON, Surgeon's Fco.perancum............. '5.00

'i : )\"er part of August, I recened from )lr'l f ojlowing described property belonging to the LER HORSE GINS at his usual rates, and i b "OLD STAND," SECOND DOOR BELOW WEXTWORTII ST., July,! -) m A.dmin'stratriLGEYERAL For further particulars, or for a copy. of the Regnlatgond -
:thC'r? my credentials, accompanied bJ.1 E8\"ltc of the late John Lewis, deceased :-Two now ready to fill all order. that ho may be favored of the Institute yply to A.V.BaoavBT
letter. nos r, men-Bob, 35 years old, and Frultric, 23 with at the shortest notice. CHARLESTON S. C. BROKERAGE. .- SnnarintenJent.- -.or to
lUg I IJ yjJIEa'a earsld; the Point Pleasant: Plantation, neailandaKn Persons wanting GINS, or Gins repaired, ex A. J.U.tNSZLL, I
.,, '\ LETER. containing about COO ncrcfl, a portion Ira Boxes, Roller and Brushes, can be had of the THE undersigned Is now prepared to serve the Oy.29-tC Eec'yofBoardorTrusUecOrange >
j S. GaAIAI3'flCsday. Aug. 12 18M. fwbuh As cleared, under fenco and ready for following Agents: at large in his line of bngine

S ; : Mr DEAR GasaAL: 1 send you credentials cultivation i together with tho improvements,conr AO ENTS. HOLMES & STONEY, .T acks uvillefountly He will attend to the sale of Negroes, Land, or Springs Male & Female? J

.1 t" for Great Britaiuby jea. Cazne.\.- eisti.g SUblcs of a largo two story Dwelling House, Kitch D. C. ACOSTA & CO., Contrevillage, Ceo. COMMISSION MERCHANTS y j any other effectsplaced in his charge. Letters
: Ci addressed for information
4 do.
t. They aie ample, and will be, 1 not ings, a Cue West do. BOYCB CO'S to. His
c I 11(11 of water, and a thrifty Grove of COOPER GELLELAND, Savannah, Geo. W1IA.PF MACHINE WORKS. general acquaintance in this Stnte. till
S ; viUxHit rvbult. Jfyou can open sweet tfange Titcs in full bearing. The Dwel CHAS. H.CAMPFIELD, do. do 3ao.37lostozi.: S. O and others render it unnecessary to append ra .
.j S tions with England, and secure for Nicaragua ]ling HoiKe is situited on a biyh Uluff, directly BISUEE & CANOVA, Jacksonville, Fla. THE Subscribers, huln& made extensive and ferences. BENJAMIN HOPKINS. .
'I the: port of San Juan d
-S "Il tiled:great object. It will Lea: Ion;' a rle."Dtiew, aH'Jinv oCtho River for fifteen n1'1'8ALbO Capt. B. R. liYTHEWOOD. Beauford, S C. Cotton, Grain, & other Produce, are now prepared to 1'nrnish Notice Withdrawal -
tcp tOWAdl our ('ud!. Without San tract or Par.0l of Land in the DEYEAUX HEYWARD, Charleston s. c. Steam Engines any required power, from of Additional.
; County
ufcl.Jtjjn AGENTS of this Institution fs iC
del Norte J.r I ling on tho east tia. of the S. L. BURNS. : 1 to 100 horses; lii Florida. TOE ,
: I we lack what will be in the lenton River St Breck Johru, at sr near the mouth of the Ju- St. Mtrys. JO., Ang.23-Gm. Palmetto Lino N. Y. Packets Saw Mill; i one of the finest Salphcr Springs in')
S indispensable to usa naval force in the wniaiuing about 1000 acres, the Sugar Mill; the country, and is unsurpassed for health. II'
", ; : Caribbean Sea. The commercial conse- same Iron Roller Wing a part of ii 11. Fafw Grant. Also, an L.A.aC JiX1WANTED Philadelphia Steam Ship Line. Horse Powers; is easy of access by steam boat and a few boa?.'

J S qucr.Bcs of this possession arc nothing in complete. Sugar Terms Mill Ca&h., with Boilers! and Furnace (STEAMER HENRY B. BEACH.) Grist 511118, T URTHER in pursuance of the act entitled "An staging. .
/ ') comparison with the naval and political re For further will Produce and all other machinery used in this country. JL act in The Principal! ;with experience of twenty
ptrlicutarseDqQ'c tf J. p Sander WE pay seventy-five (75) cents per day consigned to the Agents will be for Iron and Bran granting public lands, alternate Mo and aided a of competent assistants -'
Castings. yean by
son- and. board warded to Philadelphia and New York tions, to the State of Florida and corps
dollar aid
or one by Alabama to
day without '
sults.With LEWIS, per 17 Steamboat will devote the whoU ethic time to the bnprovement
Saw ) other -
Ji '.'I your versatility, end if I way use .Administrator of itc U.t*t6ofJohn Lewis. board, for laborers to work on the FLORIDA, the above Lineijrtc of Comm. at short notice. ; repairing in the"construction of cortain railroads in said of his
the term adaptability I much by J.I). SANERSON ATLANTIC and GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD. September 27, >336-6m States approved 17th Slay 1851, instructions ,
expect to 57" All machineiy purchased from will be The Third Sexsion wilt commence ilooday
i L. rcpt 20-lm Payment to be madeat the were communicated by this office to the land
hii end of oSccrs ,
done in Vou at in fact. thirty -
S. 1. England. can do more y. d ay.. 'York to commence every put in operation in any part of the State, by at NcwjussviLLK )and .Florida January 12lb, 1837. Forpartieulsm address
on first on
any American; .cld.poLsibly accomplish, For PhiladelphiaNew Y- &c. March neaL day of THEO. IIARTRIDGE competent machinists when desired, and. 'upon the 6th inst for the withdrawal and suspension R. ANDER'ON, Prineipafc'Orarg .
reasonable terms.Drawings FJ Nov. 15 1856. [n23ggfjt -]
1 Springs *, ,
f .beIbyoucan make the British Cabinet A. J. MILLER A CO. Commission and from sale or location until further orders. of the .
.( tee that ve are not engaged in any F Charleston Office, "Jacksonville, East Florida." Forwarding charge. and Estimate fnrnlsmed, without following described lands as filling within the

I scheme for ameatiun You can make nud Savannah J anua'y 2, 1856-tf M RO \- ANT July 8-tt MOONEY Founders and GOOKII7. Machinists.taicUntnat probably limits of selection of the Tampa. Bay @gy tfy sgv .
: .STKAMRHIP LINKS. \ MaLi Stem Railroad,in said Stat., to wit '
them tee that the only to the expanding : OFFICE F.A. U. CE.'fl ALRAILROAD'lJ4C1OntLL&
way JF&scr
Cabin &
: ; .1 and Passage $20> Steerage $&. liompson, OFFICE AT NEWXANSV1LLE. FtA, No,.15,1836. V
I *.- it by expansive a powerful Democracy and o)f THE well known first class FACTORS AND Wholesale and Retail Dealers : All the lands situated south of the body of THE Stockholder of the Florida Atlantic

I .. fi re.'ort J' compact :uuiLipR, KEYSTONE STATE, Capt. R. COMMISSION. ME CHANTS 'IN ; Jir lands heretofore withdrawn for the CetUr Key i Gulf Central RailRoad are hereby notified-

I r I deratlo7pa&ed on mita1) IbltflJEI| STATE OF GEORGIA, C.pt J. J. Adgeri North Groceries and Provisions Domestic and Branch Railroad; ,west of the line which divide that the 9th instalment of five per eentvpentb-.
b .prinipl. GABUN, wilt hereafter form a WEEKLY LINE Wharf.Charleston Staple Dry Goods Hardware Crock- AND ranges twenty-four and twenty-five; and northof Capital Stock of said CompVuJyhas bees eaIle'll'Ir
S C.riugga Marine Insurance the line dividing townships nineteen and ef DeceiAef
get bet
you MkEnghmdlhc UrPIIILADFLmiA sailing EVERVSATUKDAT. rnEJ1 .. ) Co.' twenty to be paid on o.bofore the day
I ter it wi be for, us. 11 p6fsiblc the trS : alternately, from SAVANNAH and I PAUL I. Tnoxrioii cry, Saddlery liOO' and Shoes, OFFICE AT TAMPA. next. S

S !t. ty' be made bcfoie UHf middle o.. CHARLESTON,*. follows: SAVANNAH MEDICAL COLLEGE. Ship Clianlcry, &c., Ac.:. Or PENNSTLVAXIA. > All the lands situated west of the line dividing By order*of the Board ,

; November. By that time the The KEifiTosE&LATB will tail from SArAN regular of Comprising most articles neeesaary for Plantation Corner. nf Fourth,and MarkcS-&., Hrrithitrft ranges twenty-four and twenty-five'and north of G. C. GIBBS' -. -..
S rainy season TIlE course in this Insti- use, and Mill and Lumber the line which divide "
will to and NAn the following Saturdays$ July I9lb, August ,will pnrpoiee.ff r rE.'srLyAsIA.ccL1itad townships thirty and thir See'" 1 Treasurer F Let OC3.BF.epuWeanwd ; *
over, we can tho commence on the first MONDAY
open Oi'dtrt attended ty-one. .
$ promptly to, and Jlfitrchandiie
net 2d and -
16th September and 20th. in November' Advertiser
s, S empig. Wo mu t have all our relation ing Philadelphia, the alternate Saturday's.Lear- Months: next, and be continued for (cur. told at price that seW compare Jacora :: ]. OBOOOO Given muter my band, at the General S Land of copy'Jack8oaiUeNor.22,1S5S.U

America fixed before tie las The STATE or GEOHGIA will sail from R. D. ARNOLD M. bly with thOlC ofSatannah and CharUtton. CHARTER PERPETUAL. See at the city of Washington this ninth day of :
of and will CHARLESTON the D.-Prof. Theory and Having fitted up the half of the Brick Block on TSSTJRE BUILDINGS S.ptomber.1S5 4 -
Aprl, so i: following Saturdays ; July Practice of Medicine.P. Perpetually MER- J9HN HOOD .
't, i S tte a the settlement of the Mosquito 12th and 26 and with extensive Wharf and Ware. Port and their are 'eb11nrned Jndi
13th and 27th. Leaving Diseases ol1le accommo CARGOES, and ether ALL penonr
of Property
Above all this Philadelphia the Women and FUtTHF '
question; portia neccssarv alternate Children dation. In connection with hU agency of. against loss or damage by flre. for a Note given by m* to oa .J IlNtr
Saturdays. W G.
: tor the work we have in band after ouCentral r BULLOCH, M. D.-Prof Principles and BALM OF" W. Moore,'dated Sept.17th, 1336 payable id'
In A
strength, speed and accommodations,these Practice of Surgery. FLORIDA, SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON ,, doltarr
American affairs settled. sixty days for three hundred and' twenty
are, rbips are fully equal to any running on the coast. J, G HOWARD, 11. D.-Prc.t. STEAM PACKET CO., DIRECTORS ed1der
: It is needless for to Inland navigation, 100 smlet on Delaware River E. II. MARTIN, M. D.-Prof.Anatomy. John P. Rutherford.. .Rebert'KIoti, 1tIJousanb $loiutrs. and ninety-six cents, the same was utf.
impress you Institutes f bW wtsntowcJolou )
,- -- : trith the IDi and Cay two nights at sea. Medicine. -. of be will have peculiar facilities for Receiving and Philo C.Sedgwick Abuse A. Carrier ; pretenses aad When I *
importance this mission, for c Forwarding Merchandise, and the of of what I was doing awl as I cb sod justly owe
For J. B. shipment AlbertJ.Oillett, John B. apply :at .
". you no douLtfce it as deeply I do. Niagara Falls the Lakes aod Canada. REA DMD.; -Prof.. Hat-ModieaaniMod.. Cotton to which business particular attention will Alma WilA1GS Rutherford the aid James Wl Moore a dollar I am deter.

: J I hop heal from you etcry. mail- These SHORTEST lines both AND CHEAPEST ROUTE. Jurisprudence.JOSEPH S. bd paid the shipper having the choice of the Savannah Samuel T.Jones, I Samuel Jones. [;bt ( : mined not to pay the above note unless eomp.Ue4'

.. 4 I Can not make- writo mo a the Great North Western connect Railroad.at ,Philadelphia Route tlrn'Niagat wih Chemistry. JONES SL,.D.-Prcf. of MeJic S I! or Charleston Market, JOHN P. RUTHERFORD,,Prcsi1.nLS 1JDtSfDrt: to.' by haw: S.BUCX1fOOtJ.

S. ; letter? Tell- -be must end mo to Fells or Buffalo in 16 hours from JOS. J. WEST M. D.- monslrator of na" LIBERAL ADVANCES .A.J. GILLETT. &crdary.- J a lOAyine. Kor.DISSOLUTION. -

,. fl'Ki"xnd;: )let' uo' know whether "Cub Philadelphia. Through tickets, with the privi tomy. will'be made on Cotton, and to those who wish to L.MORGAN, General Agent Cash OF
I F1 ttuit and ah ll-be fr.oe'but not for tb 0 lege of stopping at Philadelphia and intermodiate J. O.'HOTTARD, M. D.-D.an of the, Faculty.: sell here the highest Market Price will be.paid- II.McRORY, Agent,JackxmtUle, fit Paid for CleanRags &r ww 'cop.tnnEz.
points, for sale by the*,agunU in Savannah _Sept jlh, 1656. RCrEBEXCZS IT ,JACKMHVILUC i .e...
Yankee. Oh The
nol! that fine is : i new steamer Seerglade, L.M. Coulter l2HB li
I -
country nut Col. J. e
Charleston. Fare to --- 8.Sammie, j Capt.Charles wai 'phi:COP AR ,
: t j ; '' fitjor those barbarous Yankees! Whs LtL NUgara or Buffalo, 823 to .\" S -- Commander, .will commence her trip from this Col. John Broward I SaWJN. ATilley, betw dERSntJ' ,,,,r 19 uiIitiut
Elmir ,S2G to J27.AgeuU I. William
Canandaigua the
; jBiffim'aKS'KiS 81" wharf to Savannah and Charleston in November ,Esq Sabscabers,.under bbs fimaad
would .
.., ? such a jisalm-singing! eefc do in th 0 at Hbilapclphla HERON A JIARTIN having been built expressly for the Trade, under, C.! Henry Timann | March 1-t1] tjlq Wilson t Wfrtomitiv iUu day di *c4vM -
.. Island .. Agent at Savannah j.i..C. A..nnEI EIt. fr' RESIDEXCB'oppotite-iM I the personal supervision of Cozetter. I by mutual eeatentofllla '"

S Remember me to your family and Lc.i Aficuts at CharlO1Ion....iT.8.,* T. G. BUDD.PKUCL.AMATION. l hOTEL MAGNOLIA IIOUSE. Also .& nIuabl. Jacksonville, September 13 Capt., 1856. ,8EFDSI SEEDS OF.1810. ALSO no buain* firm aib settled ay
: G
I lieve UICOUF51DCCrCIy.: 110 US IC. CXLSV % "* J JUt Jf NEW PICTURE FRAMES, gjlland with glass p8. .andwifl eoatianed by ain
a \\p 'JUST'receind'La'ndreth Garden Seeds ot I : to nit various sizes. For ale OD a. ewn.acco-atat the old stand. There&c
1 .I i WM. WALKER.vGtn. WHEREAS vacancy has Cured in ha 0( '
i' : .,D.,GOICTRJA. : of the Eastern Judicial gailKf- ,.U.9.J.i ,r. of the foflowlng '-.5 ATTBEBOOKSTORE, :an p.m i>iiitTfceMfetUed' account witi toi*.
orP.npwtFl. CIJa.ltt E. Iljot) kt. varieties, warranted genuln and fresh for Nov.221 !.' *n -
; .. This letter Circuit this Stale'b1thuI\II1rnat.ioDOC Jame ,. Ocean street: please!all immediately. .,"
a new face UaU Bay .
I JU3 on mattersaltogether. JI. Baker, it is hereby ordered &bat an election Apothecary : W1ILI7oTimiu.r
". It is revealed to tut fur the' to:supply) the.vocancy in laid offieo be held at ,NOTICE. f JACKSONVILLE, FLA'. Long Blood Red Beet, Extra: early tnrntproot'do I T.C..BAXKXTT. __! .B.18361_ .

S ;. .first",time:Mr. Walker's hostility to the the various precincts of tk. 'Countiti'composing ALL persons. having demoodi pgainit the E4- ,TilTs:HOTEL la now open for the reception of Sefician Sugar Beet Mangle Wootiel 'do ; : V/A.IKUX1ZB ,

9 r' ,Democratic principles! of America, ti\d lb. Eastern Circuit, on Monday- the 6th1' U'y of by notified. of to Francis UautAf;deoeaued, are here JL customer The undersign flatten* himself Early York Calbige, Landretb Large 'Early BARRETT & ALEXANDER. Bradford :& M Lin. \
j "
his design to establish a Southern dispot- Octsbcr Ttroxbno. The'retnrnf' cf said 'election within the time present,them duty authenticated I that be has the ability and disposition to afford to Large Late Drumhead, York, -.. ,do Wholesale and Retail 'TTo.1f.NE'YS AT 14W ,
Drumhead Dealers in
prescribed Large P/at ,
to be made In the by law, or Ibis Savoy Dutch .
: nutke his
: manner prescribed law. the best do
Jam as a counter balance to the United If I will be plead In bar of their patrons very accommodations, and Large Globe do Green Groceries Newnaneville., FJ.J14a.
Witnew hand ,and all Curled
and the ecaTof recovery will Provisions
tho to Savoy
my Slate per guarantee the do
oC travelling public who Tobacco OctofccT.Christmas.II
>fitatei. It entered into sons indebted to said E may Early 1866-ly.
no part of plan Florida done tate are hereby Cabbage Lettuce, Green ,
my at the
hi Ca.-Imparts-
Capital the city .of Tal. atronite House, the best fare that be for
can .
S \ ., to forward* any such scheme as this and 1 ,lahaatM, this 13th day. of September,:, A. P. by notified to: make immediate). payment, to the tished th.city. The Merchants HotelU now Crew, Mustard, Segars c ,'. Liquors, Nails, &c.J ,
,er/. plainly perceived that ,3Ir, Walkc. 1S5S.; JAMES E. BllOOME I undersigned. : open under i his t management and supervision, and Plain Parsley Curled- do, At the corner Store New Y S\G

t .rave me 6tedit for an"adapability"! which r Gor,ofjflorid Nor.. 15-'5t .REDDING* W- BIGGS. he hope by strict attention to bnsioes and mode. Sugar Scarlet Parsnip, c ,-. ,IiEED'S'EXClI..4NGf PERSONS' ia_isaich or1f..

I I ; .1.do pot puucss. It was:evident,thst .tb le< By. .tL.. Governor' .AlUstt. ,-, Exeeotor. rate charge, to merit' a liberal *hr*of the public Long Rhenbard (for radish Tarts Long Salmon do, -S JACKSONVILLE "' .Giftt Irill find UM iriber'. .
,) Long Green
i .r.L.VIltIPJflCE S patronage JOHN_E01EMAN Squash, FLORIDA,' large-and beaaUfat
misty 0 BLP1JANT
annexation of Cuba bo ; J'u-
to I United State sFt 20 Larm Red Tomato. .
Socr Sa.a'to. feb 9-tf CY
.p Ury or OALL.rLEMI Proprietor. f" constantly on hand GOODebeiD for c dDOLI .
G KEEP ; r..u'U'ppll,
k -;: was very1 far from... Walker1 idess. I EaslyFlslDutchTurnlp, Red d ef 1 1856. '
the .
i I- i Fapei Eastern Circuit opy X thai ,p -. Top *m their line; wUeb they are Doc.6th,
Rota always GZO.TL.jGG.
) cannot be con ., Bags .
idt d. .nd"ruJ) that I *ndforw.rdbfll.- Large Qloh Turnip owd Belling at be lowest market -ralej Theft . .
Noticc.NOTIC3J.lt Red I.
l panted puS did not ill { start : .- Crambetybusfl bean RedipeckTd Valentine ran aievet exclusty CASH '
> for E.D at Jfefc I )
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