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 19, 1857
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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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THE PRESIDENT'SSSSAGE. tenor to the act of Parliamfiit! of 1841, I this would furnish no adequate preventive the United States was, that vvhn our Iatreatybymatnalconsont, and to commence Canton which is now in a state of blockade, in the insufficient' turn; of; two thousand
which wisely separated the i isue of notes I scour jet VThe history of the last bank government consented to violate' its traditional anew. Had this been done prom and have occasioned a serious loss of life dollars. ,.ii '

rom the banking department, for the of the United States abundantly proves and time-honored policy, and to ptly, all difficulties in Central America I and property Mean while the insurrection I commend the whole subject to the
ILutk of England always to keep on hand -the truth of the assertion. Such a bank stipulate with a foreign government never would most'probably ere this been adjusted -( within the empire against the existing serious attention of Congress; believing
gold and silver equal to onc-tliird of its I cdnld not. if it would, regulate the issues i to occupy or acquire territory in' the Ceni to the satisfaction of both parties. The j imperial dynasty still continues;and' it is that oar duty and our interest as well

feUow-ciliztnt of the Kmate combined circulation and deposited.If I and credits of fourteen hundred State i tral American portion and Jlonse this proportion was no more than I banks in such n manner as to prevent the i rent the consideration for this sacrifice the Claytbn-Bulwcr treaty would have result. v- should adopt such measures as will be ef
of ILcprenitre8 : fruflicic-it to Fccuro the convertibility of i ruinous expansions and contractions in was that Great Britain should, in this r s- been devoted to this praiseworthy purpose Under these circumstances, I havo deemed fectaal In restraining- our citizens from:
In obedience to the command of (lie ilsliotes. with tho nhi>le of Constitution it has now become iuy duty and to some extent ti'e continent of Ja- i throughout the eVi tcnco of the late ham1l.or i Owl with ourselves. Whilst we havo no easily accomplished because the mfefesl citizen of Pennsylvania envoy extraordina- I regret to Inform you that the President
(;lI ghe to Congress information of tue rope, as a field for its circulation, rendering 1 secure us ajrainat future snsjieivj right to doubt sincerity of the British of the Uvo countries in Central America j ry and minister plenipotentiary to pro of P&ragaay has refused to ratify the treaty
- State tithe Union and recommend to it almost impossible that a sudden nnd j sions. In 1825 Jin effort was undo by the go/ernmeut in their construction of the U Ir.dentical, being cottfincd! ; to securing ceed to China,&nd to avail hinwelfof any between the hfedtatas and that Stain

their corelderatkm fiich measurr*" ES 1 4 immediate and to a dangerous amount Bank England to curtail the issues of treaty, it is nt the same-timo toy deliberate safe tcuisits over all. tlw rentes. across. tbIthmu. -rtu.atistwn'ich-may} offer to effect aa amended bytbeSeMrtt-tJ giiat c
id But firtt, and above nil, our thanks arf would certaink insufficient under bio circumstances. 'Hie piper currency oppositioitboth to its letter and its spirit. WTritsl entertaining these sentiments, J American commerce. He left the my predecessor to Congreis aVtne'dptn'ng-
benefits which) lie* has bestowed upon hundred banks has but a limited cacumfercnee awl the Ban! p'..: iorth all its power to were instituted between the two government -j to an}' reasonable adjustment of the' Central in July last in the war steamer Min reasons asiigned for this refusal will appear
tliis people' un.l our united prayer* ought for its circulation and in ihej { contract it in order to reduce prices and ? for the purpose,if possible, 6f ic- American questions which is not practically nesota. Specia1 ministers to China have in the correspondence herewith submitted.
o ascend to ]Him that lie would continue j course of a few days the lcpo>yors and ;1 rstorc the equilibrium of the foreign ex moving these d'.liicuUiea ; and a treaty in consistent with the American atso been appointed by the governments It being desirable to ascertain the fitness-
to blcM >nr great republic in time to crme ] note-holders might demand from euch a changes. It accordingly commenced a having this laudable object in view was terpertatioa of the treaty. Overtures totth'M of Great "Britain and France. of the river La Platte and Its tributaries
9* lie lie lias blessed it in time pist.JNIICC .- bank a sullicient amount in specie to compel system curtailment of its loans and iai signed at London on the ITlh October, purpose have been recently raa the a
ei mr con titocnis h.nc; enjoyed an unusual coin in its vaults equal to one third of its nnd pijvafyj banks of the kingdom would | to the Senate on the following 10th of j which I cordially reciprocate, but whether pendent republics on out own continent that purpose in 1853. Theenterpris* waa'
di'greo of health. The "earth has | immediate liabilities. And et. 1 am not be compelled to follow its example. It December. Whether this treaty, either j this renewed effort will result in success as well as of tho empire of Brazil. successfully carried on Until February

yielded her fruits :abundantly and liasVountifully aware, with the exception of the binks uf 1 four, however, that as it contracted they in its original or amended foiin, would j I am not yet prepared to express au cpinjion. Our difficulties with New Graziada, 1855, when,whilst in the peacefuf prosecution
icwardcd the toil < ftlio husbanJm Loumna, that any State throughout the i expanded and at the end of the process, have accomplished the object intended1 A brief period w.ll determine. which a short time since bore so threatening of her voyage up the Paralia river;
n. Our great staple have commanded I Union has been required by its charter to j to employ the language of a very hu h odi- without giving birth tu new and embarrassing With France our ancient relations of an aspect, are, it is to be hoped, in a the steamer-was fired upon by the Paragnan -
high prices, anl. up till within a keep this on any other proportion of gold I clal authority, **wh) levcr rrdiiction of tho complications between the two friendships' till continue to, exist. The fair train of self lemon-tin a manner stand fort. The'Cre w'as refurhcd} "but ar
biU'fiierlod our_ uanufacturlii internal. and silver compared with the &m.ount of paper circulation was efleotcd l>3' the Bark governments, may perhaps be well qnes- French government have in several recent honorable tS both parties.;; the Water Witch was of small force and
9 kd mechanical t.ccujation| have larptly its combined circulation and depoaites.Wh.it of England (in 1825)) was more than made tioned. Certain is. however, it wa instances which need not be enumerated, Tha Isthmus of Central America, including not designed for offensive operations, she
partaken of the general prospeiity. \Vc hate been the consequence? Ina up \>y the issues of the country bunks." rendeied much less objectionable by the evinced a spirit of good will oni LindritssJowards that pf Panama, the great high retired from the conflict. The pretext upon*

Lave po'SRePsed all, the elements of material recent report made by the Treasury Department Eiit Rank, of the United States would I different amendments made to it ly tho I 'our country which I heartily way between the Atlantic vand Pacifjc, which tbe'attack was made a decree of th
wealth in rich nbundtucc, and yet. not- on the cbndilion of the banks not if it could restrain the 5 iiitjtaudin all klio o 'adnuitsRcs. our throughout the difl\rentStates, according of;hfl State banks, because its duty as a ratified by me on the 12th March, 1857, I to be regretted that two nations whose of the world is destined to pass.- prohibiting foreign vessels of war fromfta -

.ntry, in iU monetary interests, is. at to rsturnu dated nearest to January, 1857,, regulator of the currency must often belerest I nftj was transmit ted to London for ratified-I productions aro cf such a character a? to The United States'are more deeply 'istteritd >igatidg; the rivers'of ib# State. Arf

""pt ; 7TJOntJa l/fjilorablrt/ oonditi :, the*aggregate amount ef nctnal Tha'ti I invltc'the jnost extensive exfhingfST and -. than gny otnernatTorflft t l preservirg Paraguay, however, was the owder'CiJJiBp .
r. In the midst ofan urps' sed"plpntyn thtLmijh4a.j Of tb r irvulation of its stock holder If "we espect i government expressed JI. cc emercial mtercoufV iffT shouT*"**cci > ;' tit&fom and security of all the comj one bank of the river of thiinpllne, tha
\ all tl.r production* agriculture and inpit $214.77R, aid of their .depost one ajjam to restrain or control nnatbcr, i I concur in all the aujcndm.ent8 raatle by thii" I tinuo, -enforce" ancient ari'1.strictisef.tradu.taga1mmsteach. *..* f** bj j ajtiogsjtcrtes this Isthmus, It is our oLhr beIonim -TrAB t A'St&teb?

the element of nationalrcillh we find tes 2O.35l.32. Tuna it appears that their interests-must, at least in some degree i"Senate with the sirqlo exception of the otherOn.. imLy, therefore, {0 i4ke 1eare nzenerat1ea, the right of'
our manufactures Expended, our public these banks in the nggreiatc Live considerably be antagonistic. But the lirccfon, clause relating to Ivuatan and the other commercial treaty *witlr-FrancoU. uir* rtit! rot bo interrupted either by inva-f Its government'to cxpvct that such'* dejcree
t jvorks1"retarded. 0 1 private cntcrpiiscs less than one dollar to seven of of a Batik of the United: States wuiH: foil ; islands in the Bay of Honduras. Tho ar- I t respect an exception from dur treaties sb.1ns from our own country or by vyars wo\ld 10 obeyed; cannot be acknowledged. --
different kinds abandoned and tliousunds gold compared with their circulation cud I the same interest and the >amn inclination 1 tick in the original! treaty as submitted [ with all other commercial nation?* It between tb? independent States of Central I Uut the Water Witch was not;

of useful laborers throun) out of dejWite It was palpable therefore, that I with the director*, of lie State banks to | to the Senate, after reciting that these .jealously levies discrimiuating'tluties both America. Under our treaty with New : properly speaking vessel of warShe-
employment and reduced to want. The the very first pressure must' dine them to expand the curu'nci 'toafcornodaljj their ; inlands and their inhabitants "having beeii.I on tonnage, and on articles, the growth, Granada of the 12th December, 1846, wo was a small steamer engaged in %s<5entifitf
fcicnuc of the gu\eminent, wliicli is suFpenion, and: donriv the people; of a favorites and friends with loans, and to I by a cot vejition bearing date the 27th day produce or manufacture of the one country are bound to guaranty the neutrality of enterprise intended fur tbe advantage oC
chicflv derived from duties on impoitsirotn convertible currency with all its disastrous declare large diiidvnd Si rh has been j of August. 185C, between her Biitanmc when arriving in vessels belonginj! to ,tho Isthnius of 'Panama through which commercial States*generally Under this

abroad has been grvatly reduced, consequences. It is trudy wonderful our experience in rc-gaid t-> the last bank. ; Majesty( and the republic of Honduras, the othr. the Panama Railroad passes, "as well as circun>3tanc3;>.1 sin cbnsfralncd tb consider
vhiUt tliO J propiialions mi at its Ut fti'fision for the current fiac.d to preserve their credit when a demand patnoti m and wisdow, of the 55t.at 's fo- under the sovereignty of the said republic March, 1815, Congress passed an act offering which New Granada fmand posesses over as calling for satisfaction-from'tho Paragflajan -
year arc very large in ainujnt..r.dir for the payment of one-seventh < thc prevention and u'drecs of the evil. If of Honduras,". stipulated that "tho two to all nations to admit their vessels the said Territorj.* This obligation government. ; '' SJitizeas'of
these circnmstaiiccs a loan may their immediate] liabilities would have they will afft-rd us a* real: specie lrii is for I contracting parties do hereby mutallyeusrags laden with their national productions into is founded upon fqnlvalents granted by ( the United States also, who
be required before the cWe of the present driven thwn into insolvency. And this our j/ipcr circulation by mcrenRJnar the t recognise and respect in all fuj Limo ports of the Unitwl States upon the the treaty to the government and people were established in Paraguay have hack

session; but this although deeply t be is the condition of the banks, notwithstanding denomination of bank tint t,*. first to twen13 j lure timv the independence and rights of Eamo terms with our own vessels, pro of the' United State.Whilatotirminister. their property seized and token from them}
regretted, would prove 10 be only a that four hundred millions of % r.iid afterwards to fifty .lIar'! #; if they i the said free tcrtitory A3 a part of the re- vided they would reciprocate to us similar has been instructed and have otherwise been 'treated' by time
slight misfortune; when comatred with the gold from California have owcd in upon will require that tho banks g'liil at all 1 public of Honduras." advantages. This act confined the to occupy a neutral position in reference authorities in an insulting and arbitrary

fufftfring and s prevailing; among I us within the last eight years, and the times keep on !hand at li-ast oie dollar of j Upon an examination of this convention reciprocity-tu the productions of the respective la the existing hostilities at Canton, he manner, which requires redress. '
the jK-ople. With this the government I tide still continues to iiow. Indeed, such gold and silver for every three ilolhri of between Great Britain and Honduras of foreign nations who might enter will sordially co-operate with tho British A demand,for these purposes will be
cannot fill lice ply to fympathiz< though J has been the extravagance of bank credits j their circulation and lijKigllc- ami! if i the 27'h) August, 1350, it was found that, into the proposed arrangement with the and French ministers in all peaceful measures made in a firai but conciliatory spirit
it may Lu without the j-ower to cxtca J that the unnks now hold a considerably they v\ill provide by a executing enactment. | whiNt ricclancn the Bay Islands to bo *'ai United States. The act of May 24, 1828, to secure by treaty stipulations those This will the more probably be granted if
divf. less amount' of specie, either in prupoitiun wlmh nothing ran nrrc f. that i free territory under the sovereignty of rcuxiTcd this restriction, and offered a just concessions to commerce which the the Executive shall have authority to usd"
'It is our duty to enquire what has produced to their capitol or to their circulation and (lie moKHMit they Hti-pend they shall go j the republic of Honduras." it deprived similar reciprocity to all such vessels with- nations of the world have a right to txpecf, other means !n the event oCs refusaL
such unfortunate results, and wnelhfr dopositcs combined) than they did before into liquidation. I bel evc tha; euch pro- that rtpi'die' of rights without which its| out reference to the prigia oi their cargoes.I and which China cannot long be permitted This h&accordiagirecommended. -
their recurrence can be prevented In the discovery of gold in California visicus, with a weekly publication by !! sovereignty over them could scarcely be I I Upon these principle, our commercial to withhold. From assurances received. I It is unnecessary ttta'l'.tU tie
nil former rcTiii! n the blame mSglil WhiUt in tho -year ISIS their specie in JR ch bank via a1atmuieut of ItS cifuliUo'vni'iU -. 1 Sid t','c\t. ft jhividtil! theia fix>m tho f treaties and arrangements have been foun- entertain.ivxlouUt-that tUo4hreminia- alarming condition cf the Crritcrrof..
JUVQKcn\ Ja rly attributed to a variety proportion to their capital wa mure tlun pu' far to -ccio u o co-opfiatins causes; but not upon the equal to one dollar fur fo'ir and] a half in ; of spjcie paii..ents. j inhabitants a separate government of their that this exception may not long exist. similar commercial treaties tor each The opposing parties"tbed'stotid in hostile
present occasion. It is apparent that our 1857 it docs not amount to one dollar for Congress, in lay law officers elected by t1emeIvcs. It j they have ever been, on the most friendly Under these circumstances I recommended might Lave relighted the-
fciistlnsjmisfortuaes have proceed tololy every six dollars and thirty-throe cents of power to 1a5 a tiniform Lankrupt applicable ama of civil
from our extrarngunt and % ICIOHR yrt'em their capitol. In the year 11S the =pcci.' to all l-ankinginstiliitioss throughout deprived the govci ntneiU of Honduras of I fooling. The present Emperor, as well to Congress the passage olin act authorizing war. Besides, at this, criticif taornentl
of paper currency and bank credits,"exciting was equal within a very fcinall fioU'ior Ju the United States. aol 1 1 strongly recoiumend j thj taxing j. iwcr in every form ; and cx- i as his i-rodeccssor, have never failed, when the President in case of necessity Kansas was left without governor by the *
the people f n wild speculations and I one dollar in five of their circulation and its xereitc. 'Ihi.i would make emptul the people of the iianil! from the | the occasion offered, to manifest their'good to employ the land and naval forces resignation of Governor Geary. J" *.'iu

gambling in stock". These *>%1izd4IlIs i ''depositcs; in 1837 it i$ not equal to one it the inevcrsiblo organic Law of rath 1 perfonaanc'; of military duty except for will to cur country and their friendship of the United States to carry into effect Oa the 19th of February previous, the
inubt continue to rt-cur at ucpcsumin dollar in seven and a half of their circula- ; bank's existence, that a supeniimnm sit their own xrium-ivo defence. It is also has always been highly appreciated by the this guarantee of neutrality and protection. territorial legislature bad provided for the
that republic from erecting fortiCuvtions I government and people of. the United ." 1 also recommended similar election of delegates the third
tervals so long as the amount of thouper lion and deposit**. I epeciu aVuutents shall produce its civil j prohibited ,. legislation oa Monday
currency ai.d b. nk ]naus anun > From this statement it is easy to account dt-ath. The instinct of selfire'ervationV'tI ; upon them for their prutocllon tatt' for the security of any other route of June to a convention to meet -en the
of the country gail bo left to hc discrt-a- for our financial history for Jhe Ut \ I then comp-jl it to perform its duties !:_t\u3; leaving them open to invasion from With all other European governments, across the Isthmus in wh'ch we may acquire first Monday'of September the pur
lion U fuurlccii hundred irrcfjctn'ib'.e! forty years. It has been a hiatory oi extravagant in such a manner a- to escape tho jien- any quarter ; and finally if previded "that except that of Spain, our relations are as an interest by treaty '' *" pose of framing a constitution preparatory
baidin nPtitRtinn5. which fiom the expansions in the b.iC'mcss of ally and piv?<'rv' i its liL.lho I slavery shall not at any time hereafter Le i jK-acefu} as we could desire. I regret to 'With the independent republics on this to "admission: into the Union. This lair
law if their nataie will consult the intcrc u-ry- the country followed by ruinous contractions existence of bsnkf and the cirrr.la- I permitted to exist therein.*' i *ay that no progress whatever has been continent it is both our duty and our interest was in the main fair and just ; and U I Istd
with Had Honduras ratified this convention I made since the adjournment of Congress to cultivate the most rela be regretted that all the qualified etectbnt
t oflliyirstockholdcrs rather than the At successive intervals the best lion t/t bank; p-iju-r 4aif vj iivk-ulifTt-il : friendly
public nt'Uui'e. and most cerprisit1gmwn have ben the h.tiits of our people that they cannot i she would have ratified tlu establishment toward the settlement of any of the tions. We cat*never feel indifferent to bad out registered themselves and-roteoj
,' 6ubi>.tnntially independent ftith- numerous clams of our citizen against their fate and in their under its '> .. ; i
Th framers of ti conRlitiition. when tempted to their ruin by exccssiv bank nt thi daLe *>u 1-Jeiiiy Hlxiliolicil without Gift State must always rejoice provisions. .
they give to Congress the pvver "to coin loans of mere ]taper credit, exciting them much immediate injnrv tn lb country. If'' in lu-f own limits; and a State* at all times the Spanish government. Besides, the prosperity. Unfortunately, both for them 'At the time of the election for delogat**
I to Bntish influence and control. ontia. committed on our Gas by the and for us example and advice have an extensive organization existed In the
fnoney and lu re olatc the value thereof," to-extravagant importations of foreign \\ could c nfin J llu-m to theii appropriate (iiibject our
and prohibited Limo -States from coining good wild speculations and ruinous and j sphere nnd prevent tlie-i: fnun ndmin'utcrii.g Moreover had the United States ratified >1)a1t1s1i war frigate Ferrolanna on the lost much of their influence in consequence Territory, whose avowed object it was, if
with Great Biitrin in its or- hi'zls' seas, on the coast of Cuba, in March, of the lawless which have been need be to down the lawful
irioney, emitting bills of crcoit or waking demoralizing stock gambling. When the to tno su'it; : >f wHd end:: reckle s sjrc'uhtiuiiliy the treaty expeditions put government
1 should have betn bo-ivl toi 1835: by firing into the American nail fitted out of them within the by force and to establish
and extravagant loan and i'isne. i I igiual we against'some a govern
silver banks
anything l4 gold coin s. tender crisis arrives as >o it mutt, the
i arp in ail future time" steamer" El Dorado, and detaining tad limits of is better ment of their under tHe
it of debts tliejmiriit l'ij cuntinued with advautaeto I 'recognise ami respect our country. Nothing own so-called Topeka -
) payment) supposed they hdprotcctcd I can extend no relief the people. In a i her remains
the the piihhc. t these stipulation? to the prejudice of Ilondurrt searching unacknowledged calculated to retard our steady material constitution. The persons attached
people ngahut tho evils ofan I vain stiugglc to redeem their liabilities in j
excessive airi irredeci ktic ..currencv.'j'jiey j I specie they are compelled to contract their But this I 6.ay. after longand much rcllection *. Being in direct opposition to \\us\ and unredrc*>cd> Time general tono and progress or impair our character as s nation to this revolutionary organization abstained
1 of the Clayton and temper oftho Spanish government towards than the toleration of such front 10 the
: if Hence shall it to spirit and meaning enterprises an/part
*re not roFp-msible for the c-xjiriin loans anti their iss ICH and at 1at, in the cxpp prove
that ;: irnposribjo to enjoy the facilities which i Bulvver treaty ns understood in the United tha United States are much to be regretted. in vrn of tho law of nations. The act of the territorial legislature had
anomnty n pot eminent endowed with hour distress, when their as'i-tance is
senate rejected the entire Our | iim.ftt envoy extraordinary and minister It is of the first and highest duties omitted to for
hc v/elj regulated banks might afford without State-, the one provide submitting to the/
sovereign atjnb'itus of needed and their dtblora o-
| coming money most they t' substituted in its stead simple plenipotentiary to Madrid has asked ot State in its relations the constitution which *
caUmi- and independent people might ha
aiid regulating tie value thereof ih! jiil'dhave sml j at the same time riiHerin; the j clause any
no" wcr. to .rcvrnt others from "gethpr ILls this into insolvency.of lies which the excesses of the banks have 1 sccog.iHipn of the sovereign rijjht of lion- to lie recalled ; and it is my purpose to with the members of the great family of f?'i p4 by this conventiou, and laThe" excited
this p {if pnper system extravagant hitherto inflicted the .country, it dura to theso islands in the following language send a new lainstcr to Spain, with special nations, t<> restrain its people from acts of state of pubHc -feelin; throughout
Driving Coin out the and the nominal of upon ,
country expansion; raising price instructions all between '
hlling tho chinnel of circulation with article far its real value would bii then far tho lesser evil to deprive :- 'The two contracting parties do on questions pending hostile aggression against thtir citizens or Kansas an apprehension extensively prevailed
which up every beyond them altogether of ho power to issue hereby mutually engaged to rect>gmsaI the two governments and with a subjects. The most eminent writers on that a design existed to force upon
doe not jld with the of similar
aim'l 1 cost
paper leju-sent g when cnmpaicd determination to have them speedily and
ai1v'r.. a naner currency and oonlino them tn I and resnect the Island of Iluatan, Bonaco public law do' nbt hesitate to denounce them a constitution in relation to slavery
r articles in countries \vhose circulation is the functions of banks of dqiosito and Ulilo, Barbarctta, Helena and Moral- situated amiqably adjusted, if this be possibleIu /__.. such, hostile acts ai robbery ana mur I against their will. In this emergency U
It 1* one of the highest d which has .
am *
responsible wisely regulate u the meantime whenever ministerurgts
ami oil the our
discount. in thu Biy of IJonluras, der. i became my duty,as it was mj unquestionable -
to'tIo duties of government to ir.Ktirc from competing in our own markets with. Our relations with foreign governments coast of the,republic of Honduras, as under the just claims of ocr citizen? on Weak and feeble States, like those of right, having in viefr the nnroa*of*all
( cOpte a sound circulating medium, foreign manufacturers, has produced ex.trava the whole in a satisfactory con the sovereignty and as part of the said re the notice of the Spanish government he Central America, may not feel.themselves good citizens, in support of the territorial
the amount of which are, upon ,
ought to be nnd has
adopted ant importations counteracted is met with the objection that
dition.i .- 1)iduliCOt Honduras. Congress able to assert and vindicate their rights.Thi .- laws, to express an, opinion oa the true
with tho utmost jnissible wisdotn and the effect of the Largo incidental j i Tho difficulties which exite.1lctw4.uu Great Britain rcjeetcd this amendment, 1m never made tho appropriation recommended case would be far different if expeditions construction of tba- provisions concerning

stiff'to the wants internal trade and protection afforded our domestic mntifact'ures I: diplomatic the of thugs United assigning as the only reason, thnt the ratifications by President 1'olk, in his annual ere set oa foot within our own territories slavery contained in the'organic act of
foreign exchanges 1C tU l>c cither greatly by tho prcteuLrevenue tariff- States and that government of Great BiiUin at the of the convention of tho 27th message of December, 1847to, bo* paid to, make private war against a Congress of the 30th May, 1854 Con-"
above or greatly below the propor sUnf But for this the branches of jmr tnanubcturtrn bctw'eenhcf and Honduras to the government for the be1
of lid last Congress have August; 1850, Spanish purpose powerful nation. If such expeditions were gress declared it to "the: true intent
dard, the ;nurketallealuo of ex-cry minV j composed? ofia\y tnatciials. the production been adjournment happily ternuna r f'O r.ppcinttilcnt hail been nofexchanged,owing to the huc distribution among" the claimant fitted out from abroad against any portion and meaning of this act not to legislate
property Increased lvr diminUhcd in thesame of our own rmmtry-such M cot-1 the Amistad case. A similar
Had this been in recommendation into ot State
of burn down nortd
of Uiiti h minister to this courtr'1wlv i tativm of that government. our own country, tu our slavery any-Territory ;
projK ttion; and injustice to inJhiJukls ton iron and w ollowo lm been cordially rew-'ued. done! it is stated that "her Majesty's government my cities, murder and plunder our people and exclude it therefrom, but to leave the peo*
aswelt as Incalculable evils to the comnunity oniy have acquired almost exclusive possession Whilst it to the iutereEts as would have had little difficulty }n predecessor in lila message ,of December, usurp our government, we should call any pie thereof perfectly -frea 1o fbrnt land
is preatly ,
| are consequcrce. of tim Jicvnii maikct butwouldhavo proposal 1833 and entirely concurring with both their) domestic institutions in their
I tim iuuceie de iro aqjreeiiw; to the modification by ; power on earth to the strictest account regulate
wnvinctd it u ofj
Unfortunately, under the construction 'crcatcdfor themjelves a furoijii mar- nn i in the that this '
opinion indemnity
: and oftha two the Senate, which then would have Lad isjustly for not preventing such enormities. own way. Under it Kansas; "whe i&-
of the federal constitution, which his now Vet throughout the noild. the governments people due under the with Spain of the "
intimate friendship in effect the same signification as the treaty Ever since the adminietiation of General xuitted a* a Slate, was to .be received
prevailed too long to be chanced thfs im Deplorable! however a* may be otr countries with to each be on other.it terms has Ix-cn uor'misfortune i original wording." Wheth'er' thta would 27lh October, 1793.1 earnestly recommend Washington, acts of Congress have been into the Union,;with or without slavery*
portant and iehicitoduty hat.l-ccn di srv present financial condition, we may yet almost to have had sonic' have been the effect j whether ttu* mere such an Appropriation to the favorable consideration iV force to punish'severely the crime of as their constiutionmnlght prescribe at -
pod from the"coiuing power ind virtiially indulge in brislit hopes for.ijo) future..No .- | always, dircumUanco of the exchange of the ratifications of Congress. setting on foot a military expedition within the time of their admission. *
transferred to more than fourteen hundred other nation has ever existed which irritating if not dnngcrtins oatstaiidingn A of friendship and
Britain. : cf the british convention with treaty commerce the limits of the United States to proceed DidCongresmean'b7 thialanguage that
Btate banks acting $independently of each c >uld have .endured such violent expansions ue'tion Since with Gieat of the government we Uondutas prior iu point to Limo to the was' concluded at Constantinople on, the from thenco against a nation or State with \ the delegates elected to-fritae*consiitnt
'other, and rofcuhutng tlie'r papers l*"ucsalmot and contractions of itappr credits the origin in' treaties ratification of pur treaty:with Great Brit- 13th December, 1850, between the United whom we are at peace. The present neutrality thou should baTo authority finally to de
% exclusrrtly by a regard W the pt'e.nt without lasting injiryyet the mcrgie4 of have been employed negotiating "the States and I'ersia. time ratifications of did
; with'thnt and afterwards in 5cuissintheiitrtitilI1eflt an would, "in eflct, have had same act of April 20th, ISlSfis but )UU cide the question of-slavery they
interest of their stockholders. Kxerciflng our population.and.tlie.spirit which.ncv-, powert, and meaning. In signification as the original wording,1' and which were exchanged at Constantinople more thin th'e collection of preexisting intend,by leaving it to'iha people,that the
the sovereign power of provMiu a er,quails before d.fficultie.s will enallo us i of 19. thus havo nullified amendment of th? nth 13th Juno, 1857, add the treaty laws. ..t'nderthis act the President is empowered people! cf Kansas themselves should decide
paper turrencjr' instead of coin for the soon lp recover from our present financial i thTs resptct.- the called convention the Clayton April ahd''I Iflmtluertreity Senate, mar veiL be'doubted".-It is, 'per was proclaimed by thus President on the to employ the land and naval this question by a direct vote ? On this
country the iIrst4ut; 'which tbero banks embarrassment, and tiny even 'occasion 1850, commonly the unfbrtn- fortunato,that the question has never 18th August, 1857. This treaty, it is forces and the militia "for the purpose of subject, I confess, I had never entertained
pirjs; to the public 16 keep in their vault* us' to forget the lesson which has J>een most haps, bchved will beneficial to Amercantmnerce. doubt and therefore'
speedily j 'r auscn.The". ; prove preventing the carrying on any such expeilition -. a reruns Ira.my Instructions
the two governments
a riuflde araoant of gold and silver' to | nato of all! 5 because 'The Shah has manifested
they have taught. ritish, government, immediately i an. or enterprise from the territories to Governor Walker of the 28 th>
cnsuro- the conrertibilty of their amount In the (time it is {ho duty of thc place directly opposite SlUt contradictory earnest disposition to cultivate friendly! said.
mean its first and most important after rejecting tho treaty as amended, pro- and jurisdiction tha, United' States/ of March last., I nurely that.*bea "A
pfpotcilnto clrcumstancex.coin at all tim iffcand under government, by all, propermeans within'its constructions upon Whilst, in the United posed toShter into a new treaty: with tha relations with our country,and has expressed and the collectors of customs are author constitution vbaItbenbm1ttedto the peo>
all article.
No bnnkfi tght ever to poM-er, to aid Jn alleviating the iufiir- States 'that .would United States, similar in all respects to a strong wish that we should be represented ized and reqaired-to detain, any vessel in pie of the territory,they must be protected -
1)0 chart md without ach1firtriction on of the occasioned by the nv wd WlicTcd this'treaty at Teheran by a minister plainpotentiary exercise of ?
ings people tie treaty which they had just tefusod to port when there is reason to believe she is in the ha'ightO voting
)ts business 1s to secure this re.ult. Jill pension of lha- banks, and to provide place both powers that upon neither an exact trill equaljty cver'"occupy ratify, if the United States would consent t and I recommend that an appropriation about to take part in any such lawless enterprises for or against that instrument,and the fait
other restrictions are comparatively rain rccurranceofiho calamity.Unfortnnately by the stipulation be made-for this of the will
against a satno lo add to the Senates clear and unqualified purpose expression populsrf must oot be
Thi* is'thc only true touchstone, Oio only in eilher aspect of the' or1 fortify, or colonize, -assume recognition: of the sovereignty Honduras Recent occurrences in China hare been When it.was first rendered probable that .interrupted by fraud r yiolihce."

fflcient regulator" of a paper currcney-the rase.U camlo.biH liitks Thanks to the or cxcrcUe any dominion"it is contended over any I part.ofentral the over the Bay Islands the following conditional unfavorable to a revision of the treaty an attempt would be made to get up another In: expressing (his' cjrinion, it was far
Qn17 one.; which can guard the public independent tiCavry, the govcrutpeut ha? America bjr stipulation 'Whenever* and 's witlfthatferopiro' of the 3d' July 1814, unlawful expedition against Nicaragua i from my intention to interfere with tbd
itgalnst over'issues and bank suspqneions. -. not suspended pnyhienta3ltViU compell.cd British government that the true coahtruction in the- soon as the 1bUcjf1Iondurassbahi have with a vicyr to tho security and extension the Secretary of State issued.instructions decision of the people of Kansas,either fbi
left them
tb do,in 1837. It will continue to discharge of this language ha included! and ratified a treaty with Great of our commerce. The 21th article of this to the marshals and district attorneys or agilnut slavery. From this L have always -
( r4a a collateral and eventual (security it Us liabilities to the people in gold rightful possession of all that part Cen Britain by wlrtch Great Britain shall have treaty stipulated for a revision of it, inecperiOceahuuld which were directed by the Secretaries ; carefully abstained. Instructed with

jj' "doubtless wise, tod in alt *<&* and' silver. Its disbursement in coin tral America which was in their cccupcncy ceded ant, ) tTio,republic. of Honduras shall prove this tobo of' Wae'anct' Navy to the appropriate i the duty of taking "care that the laws be
ought'Jo Ijo required, that banks shall will pass into circulation, and materially at the date'of the treaty ; in fact, that the have accepted, tho Mid Inlands, subject to requisite f in whIch case. tlje two gov* army and navy officers,requiring them to faithfully executed, my only deelre was
1 'hold:an amount of Unit Jd States or state assist in restoring a sound currency,- treaty is a virtual recognition on the part ,and conditions contained in ethlnefltsYihlftt the expiration of twelve bo yigilant,and to usq their best exertions thai did people of Kansas should furnish
ecuritt s equal to their notes in circula- From its highciedit should wo bo compelled of the United States of the right of Great jfo thc'provisionS tcljtrumity." years from the date 1soi'l'lcoDventionl in earn ing into effect the provisions of the to Congress the' evidence required by the
lion and. pledged /or helr ?Tcderopti9n! to'make loan'it can be Britahveilher owner protector ; concerutnsttho same by '
a temporary 'lliif proposition was, of courca'ejected. treat amicably ; act of-1818.' No'tPrithaUndtng Jhe precautions organic ctwbetherforpragmunstelaverj.!
tJL'hUi, Itowevcr, furnished ncr adequate socariety effected terms. Thin tho whole extensive coast of suitable cdh-!
on advantageous After Hho Senate had refdsed toivoognise means persons appointed ,.expedition has sco'ped from our and in this manner smooth their passage
: against orer-iJROj Qn the con'trary1 however, shall,Jf possible, bo avoided'but; America,, sweeping round from the Juan Rio the flu ltisl 'convention with* Honduras 'of duct such n gqtiati u."' These twelve shores, Such.enterprises can do to possible into,the Uniou. In th?emerging from use
it nur be prcverled to inflate the if not,.then the amount fchall bo ,limited Hondo to the port Andharbor-of the 27U 'August, 185?, with Toll 'knbwled years 'expired on the 3 \ July 155G 5 but good the country butlie already territorial dependence into that of tove
currency. Indeed, it is possible by* this to the lowest practicable sura"/ *' do Nicaragua j together with' the adjacent vftts ontents, it tvas irapogsiblu for longbeforo. that period! !II Was ascertained inflicted,much Injury both on Us interest* reign State,it,was their duly- ay opinion
'means to convert all Jhe debts tf the lint- I have, 'therefore, determined ,thmmt Bay Island, 'fxcej t tba comparatively : <5''necfgsardy f ignorant .cf'"tbb provu- thatlmportaJit hanges in the treatywere aM its. character. They have prevented ,to make known thwrwul by the totes
led State and State governments Jnfo whilst no useful government worlds already small-portion of this between this &tratqon ions tne and conditions" which'mvght be co necessary and several fruitless attempt's peaceful migration from,the United'States of the maJoritj, art 'U 'diMct question,
: ,, iupk nobs without referunco to the tfpupqujredto in progre i ihalj suspendednew works, and Capo Honduras, According 19 their talnd'l 1n a* futiire convention between thejipjkraa'pliriic.3 wert twado" by the commissioner of the to redeem them. Ilowarcr valuable not already commenced wjll b
these securities maybe themselves, tf this can no done: nilhou), injury to tliecoun ?ip3pir prO1Ii1iL themirom etunthig theif, fact Ja *tlat! when two natldnj hkcrGreaf effort-was about to bo jmado for the alt the, parties concerned, '''in a* pecuniary ,thb wad the only possible mode ia
the ]
they-cannot be cohrrrted into gol and ry; Those-tieccBsary for its defence pOBsesipnji In Ccntral.Amnriea cy.oncl Britain- and the- 'United Sates{ s nie purpose by our commissioner, in con- point oC"vie\r alouOj our citizens! have sustained which their will could bo authentically as*
$ilrqrat:the 'nwunent of pressure, aa oar shalLprocced&4 IhbugU thcro had been present limits. It is not too much to nsi ae ml4)'trust Junction with the ministers -<6f England heavy "fosses from the selruo and curtained. 11 '. -
experience tea he', in BftiSqlejt time to crisis jn our monetary aflixirs, iert/thai; If iu the IT States (ho.trt Had: thutdalrsiroujflS.tbCY t tad France but'thts'wassaspendedby the < -
no be of tnalhtaiijmg :the most cbsin "of tha iJraflstflTo'ate'1bij> *h'd San 'The Election of delegates to a convention
'prevent.bank suspontions and the depre- 'nit'the ioderaJ government cannot do been eonsiderod susceptiblejof such a, con* ever may: oPhosfllitlesJin the Can ten river
occurrence takd In
relauons'wlth' eaetv' other, have Juan between thiS two oceans. VJ must necessarily p'lace separatad'Btricts.
would have been nfgollaI friendly;
it -
ciatc2Qbaflk11Qtes. |n England, &hich much to'.provide against a --recurrence bt t ttrnctionr never Great Britain and the Chinese *
resident tinfortanately concldtjea 'a treaty trnlch between "Iho Idadertif the'recent expeditions was :Bronx this cause it may readily
llo A'considerabhj extant a paper money existing eviTs. tn If ihsurraoiintablccdhsUtufionil ted ijndsjr' tbe ha'vo aothoritybf thp. th y nndcrstan'd in ensesiv directly oppo- Empire. These hostilities.h ve'necessarily! arrested at New Orleans, bat' was discharged happen, as has often, been the case, that A
jcountry though vaitly behind f 4' own in did not 'exist i nor vrould Jt reoeived/the/ apvirobatlonof interrupted the tradtr of all nAtions 'with
BucK of the
Ihc'visbst corset to abrogates on riving ban for his tppoaranc* maprity psojpt of the forritory are
thu the Scnte. The uaiversal conviction In eitfe. .
: .. respect) it was Deemed advisable, an- against the creation f National Hank *; i i r.T, ;' >- d f"L** i2t
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j--.ri'--- -- render it formidable XVe ought to go twenty-eight thoasan1 five frequently necessary to reduced.I .
and thus this exciting question to are
ent>ne debra fjn stion,whilst a majority lsery, (force as to twenty eight dollars and thirty seven lawless'and conclude without commending VarrwrY
mode thieve with euch an Imposing and chastise tho tnoro f'.aptur 'q1
soveral districts be peacefully settled lathe very which three overawe qaws
t f representative from tho may resistance cents 23,714.52337..) of .5 consideration the
that ( favorable
into which it is divided may be upon required by the organic law. The election convince these deluded people hundred and ninety-five hostile. to your 13 Papoose, tiy Capt. Cons't Con"I -
would be vain, and fthua spare the million eight of making them 'ralabl interests of the people of this District. S
the fact will be held under legitimate authority dollars The present"system
the other ftt
that In <*oue districts delegates may be and if any portion otho best convince them that we are their and thirty :nine cents (3,833,232 39)) presents nteffjctiui. It Is believed Gongre, they have for this very reason am just from a foot scout la the Bg
to dp has proved
elected Imuftll majorities, whilst in vik- refuse toyota, a fair opportunity this will be their so friends, not their enemies. In order'to accomplish were applied to the redemption of the peace to be the better policy'to colonize them in peculiar claims upon our just regard. To Cyprek orghrdayi Iength,' ix day of
eli thofre and they alone will be tbi4 object it will necessary, the suitable localities, where they can this t know, from my acquaintance deep
majorit euffidently great, not only own volunttry act, according to the estimate of the War Department Tho probable expenditures of the rudiments of education and bo gradually with them they are eminently entitled. hi i mnd andwaterj.bat saccts crowned!
to ovcrconjo die votes pvcn for the for- responsible for the consequencesWhether raise four additional regiments remaining three quarters, to 30th June. habits industry. So JAMES BUCHANAN. exertions// On the 21it.wo captured
be free a induced to adopt
Kansas or hundred -
rucr but to lenvwa largo majority of the a and this I earnestly recommend to 185S. are fifty-one million two ovperi'nent.ha3 been tried it ha Washington, Dec. 8, 1857, one warrior*fire women,and thirteen chil-
whole people \\n direct opposition to the slave State must eventually, under some ; At the moment of depression and forty-eight thousand five h'indrwl and far as the and it will doubtless dren. from 14 years old down to an Infant
and Congress. present well in practice,
majority of thG delegate.. Besides, our autliority.be decided by an election; in the revenues of the country, I thirty dollars and four cents, (51.213 530 worked less expensive than the and killed one warrior and a bow about

luxtorv proves that influences may be the question-cnn never be more clearly or bo obliged to recommen 1 such 04.) including interest on the public' debt, prove tw be thirteen rears old, making in all 21 oat of .
sufficiently presented to the people than it am sorry to seventy-four million present system. S J10nk S etus.JAOIcSONVILLE .
Lrrngnt to Lear on representative distinctly this a measure; but 1 feel confident of the making an a resate lh. whole number of indians within our Cfje [ the war. 4
powerful to induce Wm to disregard is at the present moment. of Congress, cost what it may in nine hundred and sixtv-three thousand limit is believed to bo. from the After we got through with the work,
the will of bis constituents. The opportunity be rejected) she may be involved support tho insurrection and restoring fiflv-eizht .foll:>rs and forty-one cents.. territorial about we tamed to come oat,and on the evening
suppressing in the Interior Department
truth Is, that no other authentic and satisfactory lor years in domestic discord, and and maintaining the sovereignty the (743.053 41.) leaving an estimated best d ite of tie 22nd.as we were getting near the
; .
tnoTj exists of aoccrUiuing the possibly in civil war, before she can again constitution and laws over the Territory of balance in the treasury at the close of the 325000.tribes of Cherokees, Choctaws : edge of tbe Cypress, we were fired upon

will of a majority of the people of any make up the issue IK.W so fortunately tendered Utah.I present fiscal year of four hundred and The antI Creeps .settled in the by some twenty or twenty-five Indiac

State or Territory on an important and and again reach the poiat she has recommend to Congress the establish twenty-six thousand eight hundred and Chickasaws. for them, west of Arkansas SATURDAY DEC. 10, 1857. They fired on the rwr of the Company

exciting question liko that of slavery in already attained. ment of a territorial government over Arizona seventy-five dollars and sixty seven cents, territory set apart in education and in all and only hit the wallet of a man named
it to Jirccivote. Kansas has for some years occupied too $ : a are advancing it hi, sbontdsr.&ni
Kansas, except by leaving a incorporating with it such portions t-i',OK* Ul'/ civilization and self government Adams a* Imiig orer ,
How wise, then, was it for Con much of the public attention. It is high of New Mexico as they may deem expedient. The amount of the public debt at the the aris of indulge the agreeable z.. We today publish entire the for tun*to for him hid blanket'was in the

gross to pass over vfl subordinate and in- time this bhould be directed to far more I need scarcely adduce arguments in commencement of the present fiscal year ;and we that mew at no very distant day first Annual JL'ssisa of Prcjidjnt BOCIIAJUS end of it, and the ball after paving
directly objects. When once admitted millions sixty thousand auicinition: fire loMa. dropped in the wallet.
termediato agc-ncicn, and pr6cced important of this recommendation. We are was twenty-nine ratcd into the Union through
to tins source utah legitimate power under into the Union, whether with or without bound support to protect the lives and tho property three huhdred and eishty-six dollars and they Vill be inorp State to the exclusion of our astial variety The men then charged and fired, and thecowardly

er institutions fllow slavery, the excitement beyond her own of our citizens inh.ibitinj Arizona, and ninety cents (29.0G0.3S6 90.) as one of time soverei-( the rcpirt of the reading matter1. rascals scampered off in a harry.

vain would any other principle limits will speedily JKISS away, and she these are now without any efficient pro The amount redeemed since the ist of It will bu General seen tuna that the Pasi 03i The Messigo is decidedly an abfo one-. The men were so much worn, down-. that

prove- In practice This may be illustrated will then for the first time bo left, as she tection. Their present number is already July was three million eight hundred and Postmaster still continues to depent on and the matter noon which it trusts are we were not able to give them chase.

by the case of Knnas. Should f>he oc ought to have been long since, t o manage and rapidly increasing notwithstanding ninety-five thousand two hundred and Department to Wocaptnrcd the Indians on tile Oka'occoochce ..
considerable compelled indicative
has been
constitution affairs in her own If her and thirty-nine cents the treasury, as it handled with a degree of ease at once and about five
admitted into the Union, with a her own way. the di-advantagpsunder which! thirtv-two dollars fjf important, Swamp, destroyed
cither maintaining or abolishing slavery constitution ou the subject of slav ry or labor. BesiJts, the proposed Territory (3895.232 29)-leavcs a balance unredeemed do for several years past of < nislainin anti cx- ot the perfect and entire familiarity hundred bushels of pumpkins, rice, &c,,,
against the sentiment of the people on any other subject, be displeasing to a is believed to bo rich in mineral and at this time (twenty-five million portion of the means Their rapid growth of its author with all their dottiU of besides fifty bushels of corn and about

this could Lave no other effect than to majority of the people, no human power agricultural resources, especially iu silver ono hundred, ami fifty-four dollars and fit tcniiiigits operations.aiunvn by a decennial policy. We have no donibt tim five acres of potatoes. They had hid there

continue and to exasperate the existing can prevent them from changing it within and The mail of the United ty-one cents, (25,105.15451., ) and expansion ate uuniiwrof pjst o'.ficos.and: 'public with interest by not provisions in huts built over streams,
copper. of 'lie read
agitation during the brief period required: a brief period. Under these circumstances, States to Calif*rni.i are now carried over it The amount ofcotimated expenditures .statement road- commencing with Message will bo supposing.; n-j doubt,that no one would

to tnakoTthe constitution conform to the it may well be questioned whether the throughout its whole extent, and this nrnte for the remaining three qnartej? of the the length ofts'st l In that, them were 7.' only the friends of the Administration but ever look for a house IH such a place. I

responsible will of the majority. peace and qu'et of the whole country are is known to bu the nearest, and believed present fiscal year will, in all probibilit, the year 1857. :n 1831 year 1l177 ; in 1847, also by all who are interested in the welfare wilt start on another scoot of ft similar

The friends and supporters of the Nebraska not of gieattr importance than the mere to bo the best to the Tad fie. be increased from the causes set forth in 000 post-office in 1857, the numberis, 25.5cJG. and prosperity of the Country. nature i.i a fetr days,unless orcferen other

and Kansas act, when struggling temporary triumph of either of the political Long experience has deeply convinced the report of the Secretary. His snyjrcs- 15,146 this and 1,725 post offices have been wise, and then we intend to try for oU

a recent occasion'to sustain its wise proieicr.8 narties r' iu Kansas. mo that strict construction or the powers tion, therefori that authority should bo established In year and 701 disontinued, leaving MASOSIC.-At the Annul election for King William haiset.

\ before fho great tribunal of tbe Should the constitution without slavery granted to Congress is the only true, as given to supply any temporary deficiency of 1,021. T'.w postmasters No. 20 of this
American people net cr differed about its bo adopted by the votes of the majority, well the only safe, theory of the consti by the issue of a limited amount of treasury a net increases the Presi officer -Soloman Lodge Tl11L J4TERi
as by
true meaning on th\j? sul ject. Everywhere the rights of property in slaves'now in the tution. Whilst this principle shall guide note is approved and I accordingly of 303 oflke are appointed city, on the lath iiwt., the following aria Attack by Indian on 'Capt' Parkhilf

throughout the Union they publicly pledged Territory aro reserved. 1'hc number of public conduct, consider it clear that recommend the pissa e of Mich a law. dent.The of roads in ii was theresult : Command-&tv(. ParkhM killed, andJlce
my post
their faith find their honor, that they these is very small ; but if it were greater, under the war-making power Con res* way As stated; in the report of the Secretary 105.336 length miles in 1837, 141,212 miles ; In Dr. C. S. Eatery, (unanimously) IForsMpful men waunfledfCPt
and in ;
would cheerfully submit the question of the provisions would be equally just appropriate money for the construction ofa the tariff of March 3. 1857, has been 1847,153,818 miles ; and in the year 1857 3/nfcr George Flag, Stnlor1Ifarilen : KoMA.v, Fla.. Tec. 2, 1857.
decision uf the bona lido reasonable. These slaves, were brought the Territories of for so short a period of time, ;
slavery to the military road through operation there are 242,001 miles of post roads including Junior' Warden I wrote you a few days'since, and alia-
without restriction into the Territory under the constitution wh this is absolutely and under circumstances unfavorable to ; A. T. Holloman, -
people of Kansas, any time United States, >n 22.530 mites of railroad, on which the dot to a scout then in contemplation after
or qualification whatever. All were cordially of the United States, and are now the necessary for the defence of any of the jusl developemcnt of its results ns a revenue inailaare transported. ; Iward A. Oak, Trfaturerf E nan iel Indiana 'tits result of which is not as satisfactory

united upon the great doctrine of property of their masters. This point has States against foreign invasion. The con measure, that I should regaru it as Tho expenditures of the department for Gomez, Secretary; Ko?. R. M. Tydin; as wo desired. On the 24th ultima

'popular sovereignty, which is tho vital at length been finally decided by the highest stitution has conferred upon Congress power inexpedient, at least for the present, to the fiscal year ending on th-j 30th June. John W.Price. Senior Dzason; a command of 15 men,consisting of
of free institutions. Had it judicial tribunal of the country-and ''to raise and support undertake its revision.I Chaplain;
principle our to declare war, the Auditor amounted deta'ctuaonU from Brady's Ilirdee' andParkliiU's
made 1857 as adjusted by Johu ,
that when a the Junior Deacon;
intimated from quarter that this the plain principle and maintain a transmit herewith reports L. Shattuck,
then been any upon armies, to provide navy to $ll,5U7G70. To defray thee expenditures companies, started oat from
it would Lt a sufficient compliance with confederacy of sovereign States acquire a and to call forth the militia to "repel invasions. to me bv time Secretary of War and there was to the credit of the department Thompson, Tiler.CONGRESS.. Chock&ikei Key on Pachohatchee river-

the requisitions of the organic law for the new territory at their joint expense, both ." These high soveriegn poi ers necessarily Navy of theInterior and of the Postrms-valuable on thc-lst July, 1855, the sum Capt. Parkhill in command, for a seven
of convention thereafter to bu and justice demand that the citizens and responsible ter GeneraL They all contain
membeis a equality iuvolvo important of789,599 the gross revenue of the days scout on foot carrying their provisions -
elected,to withhold the question of slavery of one and all oi them shall have the public duties, and among them there and impo.-tant information and suggestions including; the annual allowance for MONDAY, DEC. 7th on their bacLs. On toe SSfth they
I from the people and to substitute their right to take into It whatsoever is recognized is imperative ns that of preserving which I commend to tho consiJera- year, mail in ambush
n'c so the transportation of free matter, pro SESSTE On the Senate being catled" to met a party of Itfdians across avery
Li- -
own will for that of a legally ascertained as property by the common cons our soil from the invasion of a foreign enemy. Lion of Congress. duced 83,053951 and the remainder deep creek, Capt. Paikhill with eigh
r! majority of all their constituents, this stution. To have summarily confiscated The constitution has, therefore, left I have already reccommendcd the raising by the;appropriation from the order, fifty members were in attendance. teen'men in the advance. Upon approaching

would have been instantly rejected. Everywhere the property in slaves already in the Territory nothing on this point to const ruction, but of lour additional regiments and the nut treasury st1ppIiccI uf.i2i0.00O. granted by time act The oath of office was administered by the creek the Indians fired upon them,

they remained true to the resolution woul have been an act of gross injustice expressly requires that "tho United States report of the Secretary of this War iticrwo presents of t.t Congreas approved Amimit 18. 18it and lion. Jesse D. Bright, the oldest member killing Captain Parkhill almotl instantly

adrptcd on a celebrated occasion, reCognizing and contrary to the practice of the shall protect each of them [the States] strong reasons, proving 1siheeidW-l' )riatioaJf-Cil3 mad3 by the Vice President being abscnt and woundiiiI1J' of hw u>en and one of

.'..,._ the right of the people of nil older States of the Union which have abolished against invasion." Now,if a military reactS the the March 3, 1857, leaTng"8v2.y2f7C3 present Ilard&s-a- Jfr, CTXcilt oryour county.
act&of Tmn-
__ __ int'MrtriTrnr bThdicpensaiek. =to Iiou.Jlaiisw Jackson, ofnc'sre
Kansas and Ne- Ill 11-f
_, -S 5
jjritoncs-Induding slavery. i vi i P of th department killed &
*m + t bo carried to the credit The number of Indians supposed
_j; through the legally necessary.to enable us t> meet aoJ repe 1 I would call the special attention o; to and [ Ofl. DanH Clarke, of N w
JUrJyCXI r woye U-fvHowt-asa to time recommendation of the in the account of tha current to be three. The men behaved handsome S
tho iutadtr- necessary oou Congress
I 1t teal rceidcnta. and whenever the Oth Scp3emberlS30. and the constitution not, only that we possess the Secretary of the Navy in favor of the construction year. I commend to your coiuiJeration Hampshire, who thereupon took their ly-one of them (Wilkinson of Savannah)

ef their inhabitants justified it, to form t and laws of the United States were sequence powerful it is oar impvrativo duty to c-m- of ten small war bti-amsrs ol the report of trio department iu relation seats in the Senate. On motion by 3Ir. kilted the Irvlian who first fired and shot

constitution, with or without slavery ant thereby extended over it so far as the struct sud a roa1. It woall bo an absurlily light draught. For Borne years time government to the establishment of the overland mail Allen the Senate proceeded to ballot for Capt. Parkhill.

be admitted into the Union upon terms o, some, or any provisions thereof, uiay be to invest a Government with the la been obliged on many occasions rout from the Mississippi river to San and Hon. Bcnjaman After destroying! several of their fieKfc
jwrilct equality with tho other States." applicable." TI.U act provided fur the'np unlimited to make and conduct war, to biro such steamers from individual Francisco, CaU rmi. The route was 3" a President pro ; which were abundantly supplied with

Tbe convention to frame a constitutor pointment by the" President, by and with and at the power same time deny to it the onlji to supply its pressing vrant.s. At thu lecte-1 with my fu'I cmcurrcnsj, a? the Fitzpatrick was chosen receiving 23 votes Pumpkins, Corn, Pa Potats,'&c., the

for Kansas met on tho first Monday ol the advice and consent of the Senate, of a moans of reaching and defeating time enemy present moment we have "no armed vessel one, in ray j'l 1nenl,best calculate to" nt- out of 43. Tlie usual resolutions were scout returned. Another will start out in

I September last. They were called togcthci governor, who was to be cx-oflicio superintendent at the frontier. Without such a roaJ in the Navy which can penetrate the rivers Lain: the uniK>rUnt object cintenpUteJ by then adopted informing the President and a few days in whci: Col. ftigers will par

I by virtue of an act of the territorial legislature of Indian affaiis.a secretary, three it is quite evident we cannot '-protect" California China. Wo havo but fe'* which C"nres. House of Representatives of the organization ticipate. He weald hare done so in the

whose lawful txistenco had been judges of the supreme court, a marshal, and and our Pacific p>ssessions ''against cnn enter any of the harbors south of .N'or- The late disastrous monetary revulsion the and after a first, bat was prevented on account of

recognized by;? Congress in different enactments a district attorney. Subsequent acts pro invasion. We cannot by any oilier! mean folk, although Oman)' millions of foreign may have one good effect should it CaUse of the Senate ; !sickness. S

A large proportion the citizens vided for the appointment of the officers transport men and munitions of war from and domestic commerce annually pass in both the government and the people ti re- short exetfilife session without doing any

of Kansas did not think proper to register necessary to extend our land and our Indian the Atlantic States in sufficient time successfully and.out of these harbors. Some of our turn to time practice of A w'so an-I judicious further business, the Senate arijourneul.ilousaovTtepar.sr.s'i'trtv's.At From the Favinn ib sews.

their names and to vote ut the election foi system over the Territory. Brigham to defend these remote and distant most valuable interests and most vulnerable economy, boll: in public and private twelve The Importance of a Rail foul Cbnneetion -*

delegates, but an opportunity to do this Young was appointed the first Governor portions ol the republic. points are thus left exposed. This expenditures.An General Cullom railed wlta FtorUa.
having been fairly afforded their refusal 1850 and lias h held oversaving treasury has led to habits o'clock the Clerk ( ) S
I on the 20th September. Experience has proved that the routes class of vessels of light draught, great In onr issue yesterdny we pablisfipjan
I to avail themselves of their right could \uno the office ever since. Whilst governor and across the Isthmus of Central America arc speed, and ho ivy guns; would bo formidable oi prodigality and cxtravasan"o in our the roll, with a view ascertaining whether account of the fo s of the steamer Welaka. -

manner affect tho legality of the con superintendent of Indian affairs through at best but a very uncertain and reliable in coast defence The cost of their con legislation. It has induced Congress to a quorum was present, when two hundred one of the! most sncce&rfil and popnI.ir -

vention. out this period, he huts been at the same mode communication. Hut even if this struction will not bo great, and they will mike large appropriations to objects for and twenty-one members answered boats on the line between this city and

This convention proceeded to frame a time the bead of the church called the were not tho case they would at once be require but a comparatively small expenditure which they never would hive provided Florida, We have Wen singularly >rtnn.ite -
constitution for Kansas, and finally adjourned and to in comiaisMon. In had it been necessary to raise the amount to their names.
Latter Day Saints professes govern closed against us in the event of war with to keep them in rrtr cifjrts to a kaiica our trade
on the 7th day of November. But of their of required to meet them by increased The election ota Speaker for the Thirty-
will effective
its members and dispose property a naval power Sd much stronger than out time of peace they prove a.s revenue with Florida. It is true"that we have had
: litt! -difficulty occurred in the convention, bf direct inspiration and authority from own as to enable it to blockade the ports as much larger vessels, and often more taxation orv by loans. 'Wo are five Congress being first in order, the Hon. our full share of this trails,but it has been

except on the subject of elavery. The the Almighty. His power has been, therefore at either cal of these routes. After all, useful. One of them should be at every now compelled to pause in our carver, and James L. Orr.of South Carolina, received obtained, at a heavy sacrifice to our merchants

truth is that the general provisions of our ,absolute over both Church and State. therefore,we can only rely upon a military station where wo maintain a squa Iron, to scrutinize expenditures with tho ut- hundred and twenty-eight, and Mr. and capifalists.'in: the frequent total
rccerThStatc constitutions arc so similar The people of Utah, ahn 'at exclusively road through our own tern tones ; and ever and three or four should be ontantlyemployed mot vigilance j ant in performing this one loan of their investments in steamboats

and, I may add,BO excellent-that the difference belong to this churchand believing with a since the origin of time government: Congress on our Atlantic and Pacilic duty, I j 1itedge LIlY cooperation to the extent Grow( eighty-four votes. Thirteen were Almost yearly we hare bad to record

between them is nut essential. fanatical spirit that ho is tho Governor of has been in time practicj of appropriating coasts. Economy, utility an I efficiency of my constitutional competency. ca$ t for seven other gentlemen.On the loss ufa boat engaged in this trade,

Under the earlier practice of the govern- the Territory by divina appointment, they money from the public treasury fur combine to reccommen 1 them as ahnosi indispensable. It otight to< bu observed at the same being conducted to time chair. Col.Orr either by wreck.or fire- Within the five

jncntno, constitution Trained by the convention obey his command( as if they were direct the construction of such roals. Ten of these small vessels time tint true public ecmomy doos not made brief address returning his ,if serves ua fivo
a our memory ,
4 of a Territory preparatory to its revelations from Heaven. If, therefore he The difficulties and tho expense of constructing would bo incalculable advantage to the consist in withholding the means necessary years Ut-n JoeL{ viz:
It admission Into the Union as a State had chooses that his government come into collision a military railroad to connect our naval service, an 1 the whole cut of their to accomplish important national) thank.s for the honor conferred upon him, steamers btumo worth 45.000TT )

: been submitted to the people. I trust, with the Government of the United Atlantic and Pacific States, have been construction would nut exceed two million objects int nisted to IH by the constitution, promising to discharge 1m duties with The. Magnolia Haight. ( (burnt.np)?) 35.00)
,however, the example set by the last Con- States, the members of the Mormon church greatly exaggerated 'i ho distance on the three hundred thousand dollars', or239-, and especially such as may be necessary fairness and impartiality, and invoking.onthe The Seminole. (burnt.) 600TO)
: preBs requiring that the Constitution of obedience to his will. the 32d- of each. for the co'iunon defence. In the present
will yield implicit Arizona route near parallel 000 cf the membra a patriotism as The St. J hn.s (burnt.) 42.000
.. Minnesota "should be suljcct to the approval Unfortunately, existing facts leaves but North latitude, between the western boundary The report of the Secretary of the Interior crisis of the country i is our duty to con- part wrecked "
and ratification of the people of the little doubt that such is his determination. of Texas on the Ilio Grande, and the is worthy of gr.i\e o.isMcr-atiun.: It hue our upi>ri.i>riation3, to objects of this expansive as the confederacy itself in the ThoWelaka, ( ,) 40,000

k proposed State.*' may be followed on future Without entering upon a minute history eastern boundary of California on the Colorado treats of the numereoiis, important, and divieisified character, unless in cas2s where justice to prosecution of tho legislation of the ounfry. S $222.000 S
occasions. I took it for granted that the sufficient to that with of domestic administration individaalj denim I a different
of occurrences, it is say from the best explorations now branches nuy The above is a rough estimate; of the
'convention of Kansas would net in accordance all tho-officers of the United State, judicial in our knowledge, does not exceed four intKjstod to him by hw. Annng ln.-s! course. In all cases care ought to be James C. Allen, of Illinois was elected I 1051 in boats not taking into account the
with the example, founded, as it is, and executive, with the singlo exception hundred and seventy miles and the face of time niogctaromincnt arc the public lands taken that time money granted by Congress of damages
A. J. Glo sbrenner, loss of the repairing
on'correct principles; and hence my instructions of two Indian agents, have found it the country is, in the main favorable. and our relations with the ltiUaa4.1 s'.rt'l! bj faithfully and economically sp- Clerk of the House ; and carg other incidental expense losses This loss

to Gov. Walker in favor of submitting necessary for their oR-n personal safety to For obvious reasons the government ought Our system f or the disposal uf the public plied of Penns3 lunia. Scrgeant-at-arms ; 1.B. has born sustained by the stockholders*

the Constitution to the people, withdraw from the Territory and there no not to undertake the woik itself by means land originating with tho fathers of Under the fedenl constit'ition, 'every bill Hackney, of Virginia, Door-kt-eper ; and in the line who, in the face of all these

were expressed in general and unqualifiedterms. longer remains any government in Utah of its own agents. This ought to bo committed tlw republic, has been improve I as experience which shall have passed tnu llonso of M. W.Chmiky. of Georgia, postmaster. disasters and, of the difficulties! to be con

but time despotism of Brigham Young. to other agencies, which Congress pointed the way, and gradually adapted Representatives and tho Senate shill, before were severally sworn tended with have manfully striven to sustain -
In the Kansas-Nebraska net, however, This being the condition of affairs in the might assist cither by grants of hud or to the growth and settlement of our it liecom-js a law" bo approve 1 and These gentlemen connection, with Florida for which,
this requirement applicable to the whole mistake the path of beneficial for the and Territories. It has if in and at once entered upon their ilu'.iei. .our ,
: Territory, I could not money, or deem most ; western States signed by the President ; aid nt approved deserve the gratitude acid the lympn-
constitution, had not been inserted and uty. As Chief Executive Magistrate, I country. Provision might thus be made worked well in practice, already thirteen "ho shall return it with his objections Mr. COngman offered a resolution, which they of our commercial public and of the

the convention were not bound by its was bound to restore the supremacy of the not only for the safe, rapi. and economical States and seven Territories have been to that house in which it origina'ed.' was agreed to, adopting the rules of the thy people of the Florida seaboard. ThfW

terms to submit any other portion of the constitution and laws within its limits. In transportation of troops and munitions of carved out of these lauds, and still more In order to perform this high and responsibly last House for, the government of this until disasters are attributable to no fault of the
instrument to fen election ex'ccpt that order to effect th's' purpose, I appointed anew war, but also of the publ'.c mails. The than a thotmnl millions uf acres remain duty sufficient time mnst bo allowed its nt9..The best boats andmost.
which relates to the'domestic institution" Governor end other federal officers for commercial interests of the whole country, unsold. What a boundless prospect this the PreM lent to real and examine every otherwise ordered, adding to the 23d rule company skillful or officers ag have been employed,

j cf elavery. Ibis will be rendered clear bya Utah, and sent with them a military force both East and West, would bo greatly pro presents to our country future prosperity bill presented t.>him for approval. Unless tho words, as a proviso, 'thaf, whenever and no or pains have been spared

simple reference to Us language. It; was for their protection, and to aid as a posse moted by such a road; and, above all, it nnd power this bo affords 1. the constitution becomes iiny committee has occupied the morning to expense the regularity and safety of our

'"not to legislate slavery into any territory comitatus, in case of need, in tho execution would bo a powerful additional bond ofunion. We have heretofore disposed of 353,802- a dead letter in thii particular; and even hour on two days, it I shall not be in order steamboat secure connection with Florida. It
or State nor to exclude it therefrom, but the laws. advantaged of this of time land. of deception.
1 of And although 401 acres public worse, it beonus_ intnus admitted -all that great difficulties -
to )leave the people thereof perfectly free the opinions of tho Mormons commercial lands of the President's Tor such committee further report until will ba by
With religious kind, whether postal, or political Whilst the p'iblic ns a sonrco Our constituents seeing and uncertainties attend the navigation -
4. in.thcir own way." According to however deplorable in themselves, furnish auxilary in is far as furnishing homes induced to believe hn passage
they may argument greater act of Congress- are called in turn. His object was as explained of the State of Georgia and Florida, on
the plain construction of the sentence, the and revolting to the moral and religious favor of expediting a work which, in my for a hardy anti K-pendont race of honest that actually performed this duty, when, to one committee : of the crookedness of the channels
prevent any account
worda 'domestic institutions, have a direct'as sentiments of all Christendom, I had no judgment, is clearly embraced within the and industrious citizens, who desire to in truth, nothing 'is. ll "any, cases, more be crossed and the want ofa
hour of t the bars to
.r ev have an appropriate reference right to interfere. Actions,alone, when in war-making tntvir. subdue and cultivate the soil. They ought unfounded. from! monopolizing the'morning as ,

..* to slavery.M Domestic institutions' are ;violation of tho Constitution'and laws of For these reasons I commend to the to bo admmisleic'I main'y with the view From the practice Congress, such an was the case with that on Public Lands in sufficient depth of.water except at high
limited to ijie family.- The relations between the United States become the legitimate consideration of the sub this wiso and benevolent pol tide, at many points.In
friendly Congress of promoting examination of each bill as the constitution previous Congress. view of theso facts is it not time for
master and slave and a few others for the jurisdiction of the civil ma Pacific railroad without finally them for other
subject ject of the icy. In appropriating any requires, has been rendered impossible. look certain and less costly
us to to a more
are "domestic Institutions, and are en- gistrate. My instructions to Gov. Cumining myself to particular route. ought< to use even greater
committing any purpose, wo The most important business of 8th of 7 These can bo
tTrely distinct from institutions of ajwliti- have therefore been framed in strict The report of the Secretary of the Treasury economy than if they had been converted each session is generally crowded into its TUESDAY, transpotations between Fenian-

1 cal character. Beldvstru-rc was no question accordance with there principles. At their will furnish a detailed statement of the into money and time proceeds were already last hours and the alternative presented SENATE.-Alter the reception and read furnished by a railway Fernandinaon tho
Savannah At
dma and
-' then before Congres*, nor indeed tins dale liopn was indulged that uo necessity condition of the public finances and of time in the public treasury. To squander away to the President is either to violate the ing of the Presidsnt's annual massage an Atlantic side will be concentrated.
S there since ticen, any Ferious question be- exist for employing the military in of the bernice and noblest inheritance which ; soon
might branches public this richest
respective constitutional duty which !ho owes to the debate in which of East Florida by
interesting sprang up of the -
fore the1 people of Kansas <>r the country, and maintaining the authority of that of the have objects most product*
restoring ever
devolved upon department government. any people upon and bills whichr f'otwant the
people, approve and Stuart intimated of the Railway across
except that which relates to the "domestic tl-e law ; but this hope has now vanished.Gov. ,JJy this report it appears that of doubtful constitutionality or expediency of rime, it ii impossible ho' should have Messrs Douglas the Peninsular completion which to. a large

"institution" of slavery. .Young hue, by proclamation, declared the amount of revenue received from all would bo to violate ono of the most important examined, or by his refusal to do this their dissent from the viows expressed by of travel to Tampaorer from the Gnlf side must

.'0. ;"The-contcntion, afief n angry and excited his determination to maintain by force,and sources into the treasury during the fiscal trusts ever committed to any people. subject the country and iulividuals to the President in that p>rtionftf his 'mes amount A from tha Savannah, Albany !

debate, filially determined to submit has already committed acts of hostility, year ending the 30th June, 1857,was six'ty- Whilst I do not deny to Congress the pow great loss and inconvenience. respecting the action of the Locomp- pass. and railway Gult Bead Fernandina, about
tt the sage :
the question slavery to people, notwithstanding Major Van Vliet, an ol&ccr eight million six hundred and thirty-ono er when acting bonaJMs as a proprietor, has of late indirect
Besides Savannah
a practice grown up will
F ': the last of the ton convention in framing a constitution sixty wiles In length, put
at forty-thrcc lilLy
though of tho army, sent to Utah by the com thousand five hundred and thirteen dollars to give away portions of thom for the purpose to legislate in appropriation bills, connection with it and will place
delegates present affixed their signatures to purchase provisions for $03.031,513.07) ot the valuoof the remainder years for 'Kansas Mr. fiigler announced his ,
manding general and sixty-seven cents ( increasing at the lost hours of the session, 0:1: new beyontL.the reach of rivalry for the
to the,constitution. the troops, had given him the strongeit which amount, with the balanco of nine yet considering the great temptation and important subjects* The practice intention to defend the views of the President and travel Florida and of the great
of the convention trade ,
A large majority were assurances of the peaceful intentions of the teen million nine hundred and ono thousand to abuse this power, we cannot bo too cau constrains the President either to suffer against all assailants. Mr. Douglas business which Mr. Vuttr in his communications
in Kansas.J .
in favor of establishing slavery Government and that the troops would dollars and
threo hundred and twenty-Qvo tious in its exercise to become laws which ho does Board pf Com-
inserted article in measures said that he would give his views more to,the Charleston
hey accordingly an only be employed as a pone con itatut forty-five o-nts (819.901,325.45)), remain Actus.1 settlers under existing laws are not or to incur the rUk of stop will pass over
approve predicts
'the constitution lor this purpose similar when called on by the civil authorities to ing in the treasury at the commencement protected against other purchasers at the ping the wheels of government by voting at length to morrow,Mesrs.Hale,Seward, mrce, so confidently the Peninsular of Florida

-f fortntolhoee which had been adopted by aid In the'execution of the laws. of the year made an aggregate for the public sales, in their right pre-emption, an appropriation bill. Formerly, such Trumbull, Mason, and others participated the road Fernandina c owing to Tampa. The coast of
*> other territorial conventions In the schelultf'liowevcY. There 1s reason to believe that Gov. service of the year of eighty-eight million to the extent of a quitter section or 160 bills were confined to specie appropriations in the discussion ; and 'without taking! from road will not exceed 10,000 per mile,
for the transition this
: < providing Young has loug h contemplated this result. five hundred and thirty-two thousand eight acres of land. The remainder may then ,fur carrying into effect existing extension from the
from Vterritorul to a State government that the continuance of his despotic dollars and twelve any action on tho motion to print the mesa say SGOO.OOO for the
He knows_ hundred and thirty-nine bo disposed'of public or entered at private laws and the well established policy of and lull Road to Yet--
the qacetionlas been fairly and explicitly depends upon exclusion of ) sale in unlimited quantities. sage the Senate adjourned. Savannah, Albany
power cents, ($88.532,839.12. 5 the country, and little time was then required The adf anUffss to Savannah of
S., referred td the people, whether they will all settlers (rpm theTerritory except those The public< expenditures for the fiscal Speculation has of Iato years prevailed by the President! for their .exam- HOUSR or REPRESENTATIVES.-The message nandina. must be1 apparent to
: **have>Ja 'oiutitutlon with or without who will acknowledge his divine mission year ending 30th Juno, 1856, amounted to to a great extent in'.the public lands. The iuatiJa. of the President the United States inch mind.
i ** lave'ry".w It declares that,betore the eonttUution his will and that everr reflecting ,
and Implicitly ober : an seventy million eight hundred and twenty- has been that large portions would
consequence pef-
<% ; adopted by tbe convcn lion*'ehall enlightened public opinion there- wouldsoon o thousand seven hundred and twenty of them have become the'property of individuals For my own part, 1 have deliberately was received and read. A debate took While our line of steamers with thoseofCha'lestonforthe

"' te sent to Congress for admission in the prostrate institutions at war with the four dollars and eighty-ll-e cents, ($70,< and companies and thus the determined that I shall approve no bill place on the subject o'f the public printing; haps still compote iueeesfaHy.freights, we
and it will bea heavy
S '"Union as a Stale,"an election shall be held laws of both God and man. He has,therefore 822,624.85,) of which five million nine hundred price is greatly enhanced to those who which I have not examinedr but, without going into an'election for oi a more ex

w io"dccide this auestion, at which all the ,fur several years,in order to maintain and forty-three thousand eight bun desire to purchase for actual settlement.In case of extreme and most urgent necessity the House adjourned. would hare the advantage lailroads with no
printer by
which shall induce me to depart connection
white"male inhabitants of the Territory his independence, been industriously ctnplov drcd and ninety-six dollars and nincty-on< order to limit the area of speculation ever peditious What regard this connection

7above: : the age of 21 are entitled to tote. <.
"' riAre to Tote by ballot{ and"the bal- anti munitions of'war, and in disciplining redemption of the public debt, including Indian title, and the extention of tho public but earnestly would, allow the President at The New York Herald tK.NJ) saya a SavannahWe baa been lost by
'"'' 1btscaet; at said ilcction shall be endorsed the Mormons for military service. As superintendent interest and premium, leaving in the Treasury surveys ought only to keep pace with houses hint to in steamboat navigauon
cinslitutJoil with slavery,* and *coustj tu.r of Indian alfkirs bo has had at the commencement of the-preseul the tide of emigration least two days previous to tho adjournment meeting of tho American General' Committee our merchants yeartwouVt build a

*tioh with no slavery.1 If there bo a an opportunity df tampering with the Indian fiscal year, on tho 1st July, 1857, seventeen If Congress should hereafter S grant alternate of each be session, within to him which for no was'held in that city on Friday within the past of law the road, and if our City

roajoHtrin favor of tho "constitu Lion with tribes, and txching1'thtir hostile feel million seven hundred and ten thou sections to States or companies,as new bill. shall the presented rule approval. night,at which a resolution was passed large portion would view the matter In the magnitude
Under existing joint Council
slavery/1 then it is to be transmitted to tho United Slates. Thin according Tana hundred and fourteen dollars and have dono heretofore. I recommend ono
ings against san< they allowed but this rule has been instructing the Councils to elect delegates of its importance, and by a prompt
"'" Poogrtss'by tlio-president of the convontgn to our Information, he has accomplished twontsven cents, (17,710114.27.) that the intermediate sections retained by day ; in General Committee which would liberal subscription, say $500000leaving ,--
y.. Irf its orieinal form If. on tho cunrart in regard to some of the tribes, Time receipt into the Treasury fwr tin the government should be subject to preemption hitherto so constantly suspended practice to a now an3 balance to be made np by private -
bills continue to be the
tlere abut be a majority In favor uf while others have remained true to their first quarter of the present fi cal year by actual settlers. that important him till the last meet on the 6th of January next. A subscription*-set the work of con-

wbFo1titntiou 'wltlino Slavery 1 ," "than allegiance, and have communicated his intrigues commencing 1st July, 1857, were twenty It ought ever to be our cardinal policy presented of the to session. In, a very largo moments strong feeling was manifested in the committee itruction iromediatelr on foot, wa fel confident -

I tii3Tutle10 providing for slavery shall!) betatrtcVea tv "tir Indian agents. He Las laid million nine hundred and twenty-nine thou to tescrvo the public lands -as much as of public inconvenience majority to dUband the Know Nothing that-the result would Jtslify$ the

from the constitution by the in a store, of provisions for three sand eight hundred and nineteen dollar may be for actual settlers! ;and this at moderate arise cases from no great the want af time to examine organization, as it was stated that the wisdom and patriotism of their action.Hon. .
Aiwi'dent' oT the convention | and It it ex- which, in case necessity, as he informed and eighty-one cents. 20,929,819.81)) ) aiic prices. We'shall thus not only best can because the

'pi ttlTii clard that wno slavery slian Major Van Vliet, he will conceal, "and then the estimated receipts of (he remaining promote the prosperity the new States, their declared provisions that, it bill be conUitution -, party was now,reduced to a mere faction, QtthrIaid lIon.rinri .

: :cxl tiune State of Kansas, except that take to the mountains bid defiance to three Quarters to the 30th of June, 1858 and Territories, and the power of the Union has the President within a the last presented ten and could only be of nse to sorad huckstering z : James for the IT. S.

." ',tbV rlgni pf property I q#lave now In the all tlie'powers of Iho government.* are thirty-six million seven hundred anc bat shall sccuro homes .for6urluttterily days to of the session he is not 'rcqiumto politician whose business'it .was. trade Boyd art !cand/ufyta* wrvlwof

Teriitoryfihall no manner be interfered A reat pars of all this may be, idle fifty thousanddollars, ($36.750,000,) tna for many generations. wl return it eithei with an .approval or with nominations and levy black mail :'on candidates Senate Kcntuckyt, The ternxof

::: witliT in T fl that event Uls made hisS boasting;' butyct no wl-cgovernment will king, with, the balance, before stated, ar The extension of pur limits hai wrought a .veto, ,"in which ,caso it shall not be under pretence .of. supportingthem. Senator Thompson will expire, on thi4th

'duty tohavethe constitution ratified lightly estimate the efforts:'which may be, aggregate seventy-five million three huh within jurisdiction may additional and a law." It may then lie over, and be taken of March. 1859.HQnJ.WfcHemphnVlate. '

,jismttd the Congress of the tThlLeJ inspired by such phrensicd fanaticism as dred and eighty-nine thousand nine bun populous tribes of Indians, a large proportion and passed at the next session. Great S

; atei for the admlision of'the' fita.te into exists among the Mormons in Utah. This; dred. and thirty-fmir dollars and elghi of which ire wild, ,ntitracuble. and inconvenience up would only be experienced ; :j ChW.

S tVnitm Ii i the first rebellion which has cxUted in cents, ( 75,389,934.08'for the present difficult control. Predatory and warlike in regard appropriation bills; but for z* Hon. Pw T.Hu.NTta has been i : IT. S. Senator elect

t M h Action? cvry ptlzcn will lpvo10oppotlu our Territories : and humanity itself requires fiscal year.The in tneir disposition and habits,it is impossible tunately, under' the late excellent law, 4.eectedttho! U*. L Senab for the full 7ustlqe.Ii the Sam Houston I. wos

i .'y of exprt-wing J4 bpiaionlii that wo should put it down in such actual expenditure durmngthe firs altogether to restrain them from allowing aalaryVlnsteail of a per diem, terra of uix ..year by the \iTSlalaUture. Zcs, Texas, |o'sQCceed

by vote Whether. Kansas sliajtdie& tw w manner that it shall jbo the last. Totrifie quarter of the present fiscal year wen committing aggressions out each other as to members of Congress, the expense ao4nconvcnlcncoofacalled. S terw jlres Marea 4tb, 1839.

lntu.be Union with| onout with U would bo to encourage it and Itmity-lhrce million seven hundred &iu well as UpIHI our frontier citizens and ; .
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,A44.r,. ot.-'Jr. "'ri POST-oFI'ICE NOTICe. DAsrm S.- Ttcsxr,)ATTACHitEXT.T Female Institute v. 5.iawro e. x aauara Ma1IdouchLinetSWtnZ
t'1eC THE NORTHERS: A EASTERN MAIL V Sum worn to 1250; Valley Fanntffy tf LartcntSIe S.C. Of CborUtio GotDP 1f U. s.

We haT.1rctj .ncttitn 0' 0 XTitiiur TaAsra, J Bonds Qed, $5O .- "I .. rF.&aE.
Arrives here,Tta.Strancah on Tuesday, .. _
of 00 .Dit.t fica to the Lawton & Co. .
outre.Qrrt % Thura ,. and Saturday and TU. Charleston fTIIE TWeBdani-and a3 others snterevtel,areA

5Fc, :'rr.hip of tbe lluise cJ Keprtsenta- Wednesday.. And closes here on this suit heffhy by Attachment aotiCed of returnable the ecmnebecine&t to the May of Ulanuf darns (ST.! t : c tt

ti'Tea for tho it4Ith C jngresa. On Wednesday, Thursday Friday and Sunday Term 1853 ef theCirecH! Cnrrt for Alacbva Upland & ea Island Cotton I }I .
Kew l.rk. ;
335 Broadway o- :
9 o'clock P. ) and W i
bcin;condarttJ tu!14 fecal, Mr. 0 rr said: Scanty JtMten irdl'r..dJa appear ASP 1 ArBOrs Ciostb Sylendii OoUPetwFwcto .- 1-

SOUTHERN MAIL and plead to the same.BIUDrORD :IEJJ.OO tOt02JSl: I and Pea Cases at th. Lowest EaUU Price, f AE3 BAY.roIa''bat
<>nfeneUl //9 uC of IlqJrt'tnttzliru A JIcLlN. La day mosulog at 5 s'oiek L1I. 'f

: I: thauk you far the honor you ArriTea litre on We tne.daf.Fric Y and Dee. 12, 1S37-3m 1C' FORWARDING "ND 003IMJSSIOXMERCHANT sod each portluuer Draw a I, Arriree at Oeal T.eadr nd..I'rWa.Ul

conferred m selecting we to preside Sunday, and closes here on Tuesday,, ___ tEIIUHPRCJIIUJIPRCnUJI *'.I kA.iLOel .
hire dd% .Lat.i'3"\s. Th delicate Thor L y and S -turday at lOVdock A.M. Wanted Immediately. tf fiom 2 O cute to 81 OOO: 'ea Taadar and IWIej.
year No.30 Cast and & Co's,,.barfCHAULESTOS.
lnr I isaj llojce "clod P.L
duties of the Chair will be SCHOOL TEACHER capable -oftetrbing As toon aa a Pen or Pearl is purchased the Fttaoioja -t ,
responsible "WESTERN MAIL A 1>a S G.TY&.Yi.o Thiar mat.. 4t_ fteta T.
shall be for- tbe different branches of the Enlub U deScend barsedist l;. .
JomparaUrely 1tv if I fIG
ArrtTes here and Friday at In aM"a. SWINChESTER.. VA. : an experience at twenty-years fa n.llllle pm at OaaU for PaUtka. ir
on Monday Language, a vry healthy
at doubUew will be, as tcuro < .. satufactiua to ail who OF PENS AXBTHBEETAILPEICE31Gold : II1I..llr.s wWn4 tfcfa lbs .wtekjM."
guarantee p- LIST
P bl, About twenty-five or thirty thi
o'clock A. M. and closes here on Wed neighborbood. FOUBT1I AJnOTAL SESSION of
eat rte to tlw 0 Vvte V.wttati. sad fl
your COIdLAt COOr&tifle \Iisclu'fi. 19 : nesday and 10 I.I.. H-hunarecan be made lIr and about four hundred THE will commence SEPTEMBER troll iui.JIEFFERE2TCES '.. __........ .:...$! 25 aad 1 Gift .. .
Saturday "t the GaIt poraed .jay s. n aaa seesect -
the buineu of the IIoujc. mainain.c I dollars and board found to oae every way K IS37 and continue five months. Th. Board 'I Entroiiia....... 250 and2 Gift,I &C .
Oflice hours Exy-pot ttsassst JU.DISO.c.da.
dipiity and preserving; its decorum every day (Sunday excepted -. qualified, and with recommendation u to ability, cf Instruc*JOa U complete and superior advMta- nOD.R..DeTrevn., I. SiTVt ELII.lilerL. X 50 and 2 do. wUk .* .:

its rules adopt &yoar gotcru- from 8 o'clock A. !I. until 1 o'clock Ubiilty, !. Kone ether need apply.IIEXRY 'i, get are offered farm thorough ant eccaplet. eda Ex. Lfca.GOT IJ. .5 "\tELltoiden* Z 7$a 3 Se.aditvtkneat tt Stan Xatlieavivs ::"'.-:'''

The iou may administer firwiy.filthftifly l\ M, and from 2 1-2 until C P. M. M. COLLIX3.Tn cation. tV" Tor further taforau&o, tend and IL Fhepberd rjq, I IOfthefiriuofSheperd M 5therMfl.Jj SCO and 4 4'.
went I hall seek to Fla DM. 12 1857-2w | .4 SHver LarUthaa d*. >25 aed:5 d* I BOTl'.tea&
tenngs e, ,
and impartially. The grate h1- Sunday Office will ho open from 12 il. get S.a catalogue.P. YORK, A. 31, A O. LA 3IONTt, A.1uII1I,1s B t ilcCreery. > Chorleat S. CJar. FountaiaPeaOwU Holder.. 3 i3 sad:1 do. May n. 19LtfGroceries fbr C..LJEZLt5., _. .

__ ->.. ....mR.I.t._ tn n_ Lv..the .IItOW4 "r until 1 o'clock I'. M. Principals k Proprietors .T-Tper E I 1CsmmQa n.w P.. D-k n..u t
grv* *** -- -- -- I7' -- _u t Dental Notice. 1-1.1 ._ __:._ -- -
this Confederacy admonish us to ci1Iiv&ea Doors Trill also be closed daring: open- QSg&r.S.BOSTWICK" u re'. -<3 Si> '. L escr in 'J' .Th6:3u.1S dd.
[lIon w. J. i
) the Republic and cf Mails. inform the citstens of Jacksonville and it. vicinity THE MILLION. GraysUn.Ex. i Leviathan Gold Pea Gold Deck :
patriotUvn M expansive a tag closing I Iy THE MEDICINE OF .CoIIeder.t EzM.e.- .. Holder and Box...._. 'Z &DoI S do.
office in the Dagueria
aefnd1 cherish the ardent hope that WM. GROTIIE, P. SI. ,that,having opened aa Hill attend to all bran PHILOSOPHY AriD FACT. r..T. IL D..btmcna. Gothic Silver Ca, and Gold Pec 3 1S and 3 do. AkD
Gallery, on Foraytb U .
Our pubtic dutte here may be discharged.fn Jacksonville Fla, Dec 12th. 1857. I ekes ofDEXTISTRY, in the most approved and Geel 1..1_ Ayera S Munr. c ilaJJKth Gothic Silver Cue and '
such a manner as to promote the inter careful G T.CJ.JfeDooa1J0 Gold Pea ... 6 25 and 5 do Provis1ons.

and of the people. uphold .- manner. teeth destroyed without udgeT.Stu.ka. S Gold Tooth Pick...... 2 50 and 2 do.
csU INerren:
., GuLl Tooth Pick sad ear Pfclt. 3 73 and 3 do.
tbeConJtitotion, maintain the Union in us pain dec2-2m E.O.JaedonE.'cj, "tun... Gold Watch T-JUh Pick and WHITE COKN;
Dr.RG.. SJoceph Key,
integrity, quicken the pro !rtr of the F.a.msey > 'Ieu.JI Penal ....,.. 33and3 A. Hay "- *,

States of the Union; and build U|>the greatness JACOBCOHEN.. 4th. 1857.Pi&.rnox LdI.GOU .._...... 250aX3 duo 25 bbla-Met* Pork .
of THE undersigned wIll stake one thousand 28 BROAD STREET..1I.tRLETOS I4 II ......... .313IJ tW T'
common unuy Bacon Side .
and glory oar admimsteiej dollars against seven hundred and S. CAR O LEY A.) a HtiDT, )In Marlon Circuit Court I' II .......... SWa&u14 do 10 hhds .
Leaf' LurcL :
oath of office wa* ,.
The 10
1I sa aol Pen.. 6 23 and 5 duuGold "
that he heat in } PetUkw rot
can man Florida '
the Speaker by Juefeni 11 GWding, uf fifty with a Mississippi Yanjrcr any off-hand one Jrohcr ltdioncrr Jon_ L.Y'C.\ Foreelotwe of 3Iortras! : Gel1u' Caves and Pea-10 00 and 8 do. CO .* Superfine Floar.' ?,.: .l: .
oldctt member i 1 M- :SO arid 10 do M Extra Family
the 40 "
Ohio, prt'iient.I I hundred yards, wheel and fire,at any time t t THE MoHjmyir, -John L. Brandt U hereby I .'
intention of Piermn A Ileidt be 4' heat..1.
of the \T wirrant .n cur Gold Pens to DusnumJPoitiUd .5 .
FCCITIVC SLAVE c.IX MIYTYOUK. etirern thin and the let of January. AKDBCTS 1I0Lt.01\P.\ PII..I.S.tUE Savannih: Georgia, to institute forthwith, in and not tnrpsarad {7 any e t4Ui
Arr.lv at "Miller's Head Quarters." !I :.n.Itf.flH JJJ EXCITING CAUSE OF'SICK3fES3. Marion Circuit Court a mil for the foreclosure of States and beside giving you a Pen or :0: u.. Flanung Pot-"._'..i;'::

T. HARRISON BAIER.JCkOflTilk to the lands described below, ly- Pencil well worth also reieD1 '
The Wood is the lifeutinin a ent. It fur- ther}I.ortgae your money, we ( 5 casks Temtent'i Ate, "; ".
The Slave Spirited /way. Dee. '19 1857. ASD SCIX3 09 con aIssiox, n'uhe the components /f flesh, bone, muscle, in Marion County Florida to wU: -Forty acrea yes wills BY**** Porter. -. .
Bonds Tbe Stoo-ach is iU man- known ad the X. E. fanrth ( -) of toe S. E. Uin* worth from St cents to 81,OOO InGold -'

[Special Despatch to the FhHa.Bulletin. A Card. Lands, Negroes Stocks nerve nf&etory and, tie integument veins iU distributors and the intestines fourth ((1-4) 0! Section one Town h"T> fifteen Watches Gold Guard and 29: boxes; Adaxnentme Candles .o
S.of Ran e twenty-two(22) Eajt- Also tuninliTUed 10" Sperm Caa&es :' 4.
&c. &c. &c.rTT" (13)
1U'r1&tf which the waste ,
\.w YOBK:, Dec 2-On the Cantata of TejwU coming to hit or other the channel through half of the Eajt half of the 3t E.hf! Vest Chains 2O.Tobacco 6i1ifi1t,
TO ita expefletLUi4a -
}Florid fruta Savannah on Southern port I would respectfully announce Liberal advances made on Property. matter lejected in proJuctors ((1-2)) of Section ODe Township Sfteett (15) S. of 1 .
manuMp and the bowels
the stomach the circulation :0" Colgate Soap
the -
Oct.27, 1 -ly Gold Lockets Diamond Pins.Cameo sells .
to them that I have opened a Shipping Range twenty-two (22) East, (urept.&rb part .
Satnnlay hct a negn wa* f Office in the U riners' Hun Bay the a* has been sold "m.bwn pctitioa- Studs lUngs
onboard of *>pr' lie was immedutel) Savannah,
to d te famish cool Crew from my Iloue anJ cretiuns.TOE NATIONAL COMPLAIXT.Dy : term of fciid Court. Goblets JtcAGEXTS :10 bbU.TeaLs Molasses.TThite .
r.acvd: in charge officers ofUrooklyn. n j Shrpping Fees charged. Captains wishing Wholesale tn deea
Le Upt till the return "f the steamer, Ir.wJ ent to any part of the South cnn be sup- Groceries. Provisions Tobacco t 'p-F9iafa the meet common It a anion thousand Solicitor for PeUtiooors.Jcly -AGENTS-AGE3TS.2Tow ra, Port and Claret Wine, Wamat aad T aain

pfie.l by adJreesinif a letter to ma and eendinjthe ; alt.classes. in this. .country. asenaies :_ 13,IS51.Im is the Time and herv U the Chance to make$1OOOO$4OOO$5OOO r.bran. Pfcklrt. Sardines. ,Wersestanair*
her.In _____ --
,_1.,. t.n a"U. t. 'ft uva tI; -- advances by the Captain of the steam u cegars, Liquors, .laUSJ ac., maladies but whatever sU i Sanr,Easieai,AIm English\Tai ta, Brmxil -

the mean timo .Lewis Tappen ot where I. will deliver the man in charge: of At the comer StorenEED'S dangerous however; obstinate: its resis- Jacksonville Female Boarding per year, ia the sale of Gold Pens Jewelry 4rSe Soli,(GMT Jelly, Tad Powders,Jlsatwd,

habeas to Lire the eEcers cf the boat ing0 orJsr.Adiress 1.\\\ type or ivinptoras yields readily effer a Liberal Commission, to Local and Traveling Black Pepper Spies,44i 1*.
write o.rpjs, EXCHANGE. tonco to ordinary preparations
JAMES them Credit One
to Agents, and we riTe *n OODS.
to this searching unerring remedy. DRY
I,'gro breuht before JuJg Culver. Thn4r Fhipplnff Master, SUriners' house JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, and rapidly L. Half tUl sold. A light and agreeable business

found in au Irish groggcry.where ,So 22 Bay street, Saranneh, Ceo.Sarannah I, co hand full tltlPI.li"I EILLIOUS AFFECTIONS. pd above aH, a good paying biuiocsn. Ar nU Tweeds, : Coltoaades. StrIpes, KezbsaiTLTtarea

was Dec. 12. 1337-3n I KEEP constantly.,. in bis lice, which he The quantity and quality of the bile are of : wanted in all part*of the country A Catalogue DomestIc Checks Twilled and Checked
he has been kept in the custody (.f I u alway vital importance to health. Upon the liver the SHIIII5T.MADAME i containing a List of Goods with fall Explanations Naekeero, llaaehcater Stripe*MIl Plaida, Caaa-

He was then taken: to Williamfcburgh. Notice to Creditors. gland which secretes this fluid these Pills operate i of terms to Agents win be Hilt OB application bUt Jeans Apron sad TnaiUr Cheeks 8UU
four men. I HOLMES i STONEY specifically, Infallibly rectifying its irregularities SABAL free. AU orders will be promptly attended to, YeUow Drown and Irish Lineae. HeayBrw a

persons having claims against the Estate COJ/JflSff/OY MERCIUXT. and effectually curing Jaundice, Bilious and those lending na money ey mail wilt rcreiretuch Linen Drills Chin Mi Grass Ctoth Osmhurp

The hearing of the case was fixed for to- ALL Wm. F. Perry, late of Orange Creek, tOT.E A CU'S W1IAPF, Hemittam, and all the varieties of disease generated Niece an.1 pupil ef ItADANE A. JL TAL- goods aa they order by the return mail or Sheetin and ShJrtnj,

Alachna county. riorii, will present the came, by an unnatural condition of the organ jj? TANDE, of Charleston S.C. and fur abet number express IdA the Giflt endowed in the juckige.Addrexs : BOOTS;,

day. but when the Court opened this duly and legally *MUited, within the time prescribed CHARLESTON, S. C. BOWEL C03IFLAIXT5. i of years Principal of the all orders to SHOES. -

the "as not to be found, : by law to the nbserilier, tr this notice. Will attend to the sale of their functions School MEEEICK.BEyrOX A LEAX SADDLERY;
morning negro bowels High
the perform properly Augusta
will be plead against any cl im.pre eiited thereafter Cotton Grain & other Produce Unless Tens of thousandsdie 335 Broadway,New York.3f. CKOCKELT4TCPTTJLRE.
that he habencamedzway the whole 00d1lutrers.
and it i is eupioscd ALEX. II. PERRY, CGold Penne-pointedin *superior man-
ladie and Miss
of Diarrhoea. Chronic OSers he;services to the young .
Railroad.: : Administrator cf Win. F. Perry, dec'ed. AGENTS : annually Dyeettery Del' Enclose the Pen and thirty-nine cents ro P.
by the Underground and other diseases of theM waste cf Jacksonville and other adjoining places in
Orange Creek, Dec. 12, 1S3T8wInformation Constipation, 0- Stamps, and the Pen will be re-jaifited and For..r.1 7 -
The Keeper ot the Irish grogjenr has Palmetto Line N. Y. Packets, i.ipes of the s>stem. The effect of the PiUs upon I' Florida to instruct them thoroughly in the rctnrned poet-paid. July 4-3m TflEOUA.Bfl.IDGE.JMkaee'Iill. .

all intestinal disorders,,whether: or epidemic and uglier Branchesof 1857. .
Primary 1faeb.
teen, arrested on the charge ol kidnapping. Wanted Philadelphia Steam Ship Line. U a phenomenon in me Jkine. Dy following

and tie other parties will be persecuted WESLEY MILLER, fjaboriflg tinder (STEAMER HENRY B. BEACH.) the printed directions, the most aUraineases of an English and French Hoval lIarana.LOT'JrERY. NEW .

fur false imprisonment.l JOllY ,)strolled from his plantation titaaej Produce consigned to the Ajcnt* will be tar boul cctnpUint are promptly controlled.A Education.

Associated Press.BBOOM.TK < near Fleuinctcn, Clarion County, Fla., on warded to Philadelphia an.1 New York by .'Lbe WORD TO FEMALES. H 9 efforts will be spared to render the school DrugStore.

> *' to the the 9th Xoreinber, and hw not been heard of vf the above Lines free of Cutluli ..im. The local debility and irregularities which are permanent and pleasant,so that the Psroil may .

N Y., Dec. iL-Tbcre has since. It is thought that be is trying to make September, lS5C- ui the ei-r-al annoyances of the weaker ser, ,and enter >pon Its duties with seal and -jyment The next onEnay drawing olihe Royal Havana .

ranch excitement here to-day resulting Us way to South Candiux Said Weller hi about .h:, when jeglected, always shorten life, are and by close application secure those advantage* Tottery conducted by the Spanish QoverB- E. WKBSTSR k CO.

ken 5 feel 10 inches hih.,fair complesior. red hair RICH SETTS OF CORAL JEWELRY, relieved for the time being and prevented for the whIch Parent aol Teachers desire. mint, coder the anperviJon of the Captain Cefl- e D stsZ

from fin alterrpt to kidnap a runaway: and red whiskers ; weighs cheat 133 pounds JCST receive and for sale cheap for CASH time to ccne, by a coarse IIi this mild but thorough The Scholastic year will be divided .into two ovid of Cuba,will take place at Havana, ,

for the of returN him to very melancholy and hM but little to say, eren ( EO. FLAW, alterative. Season of five months each. W
atare. Dec. 15th 1857.
purpose when intero ated. Any iafonuation rer>eiting July 18 1SG7. S. R, TS BlnckBart. Tuesday, Apothetariers,

his owner at Savannah. A habea corpus his whereabout will ever be appreciated by hit. lllJlloT'aY'8 PUll are the best remedyAnotcn TERMS.Board TTfOTTLD respeetfaly Inform the .el

was is!ued, ornaMe to-Jy but, before I DUKcrous friend and much bereaved JIJLLERrieaington and h.artbrften 1 rj A BOXES Champions Fever A Ague in the 'trOTll for the folio ng inclading'Bed and Eeddinjr.Tnel and $300,000. \\ Jackjonvri and tMtr7-
mother. rm Ugh; Tuition.including English and French in that they have opened a DBUO STORE wna*f
the hvarirg took pace the ner.i was 1\01'.21, 1S57 Dee. 12 tf ioo do Anti nnc Pills diseases i Indigestion the primary and higher branches, per S ?aioa of Bay and Ocean streets, whero they.aw noehiacia

"ritltetl away and his prohtUly eijw&iathe 3Qif? do MoCit Y eUU lo A.thmi Ir.tllenp five month payable in advance and commencing SerIes Xnmera 591 Ordluaria. a large stock of raJa .
BUSS OF HAERIAGPT 100 t.Otrll'l Thfenit Life DiUcr Bowel Conplaiats Feh from.... 123 ISO
TEE lilt S pt to 1st to Medicines Perfam T. Chemical
Inflammation ,
C. naia.T Dross
: 'nn(1trJn1i: rti1rnl" to 3 d'J ( l3 Iniiit Chi ,,. Coughs ,
% 100,000
THE CuIJ _Inward VTeakneaa DAY. PUPILS.Tnitioa < Fine Toilet Soaps, Fine limit ,
All the sLnve. crtielea ar. a prrt.in rtfn> f.\r __ ow
Bi-m or MASUIAKE.-Marry when Matrimony Made Easy, Fever andi ; in-it wont form"Call an'1 eta Chest CtseasMCctiveness Liver_ Complaints fnclading'Englishawl French in the 1 Pritecf IOOCCGI{ 4 Priiesaf $2COO Tooth Flesh-aad Nail urnaacs,

r. it Or how To Win A Lover I cir-nlar and read of their value at the City Ix' wnea of Spirits Primary and higher Branches per Session orAn 1" II 50.0001 J 5 ," to IHX50 Surgical"and Dental lostzoments. -
like. There is n'tLtns now to prereat Dysre a ] d in advance from.....520 to 33 .
rvn Drug Stnre, No 3 Hoc;* Ambler's It.* months, payable I H 30. 001, Si II. 500 Fancy and Toilet
Tly svst love yon if !OU love Item s.n-1 wiTh August 29 1Sc7.Frasrr. Diarrhusa Stone an The Ornamental Branches are chai t i extra I" 10,000 11-13.. 400 Articles,Pare Wmes

to iia-iAr Ihwa with tender JlU'ioo for jonrwlf.rWciior J3T S OO.OOO Copies Already Issued.I Brort y Venereal Secondary Affections Symptoms and tbe very bet teachers will be eib-loyed in I.' u S.OoO j 2CAproxiiiiatiflBs8300 i and Liquors
& Debility Vocal and Instrumental Mmicjta DrawiJIz.Paint- each
t'Q"'s book tfls! the whole Itar .rice St. Thompson, Fever and Ague Worma of all kinds 4 Approximations to the 100.000 of for medial uses. .
I ing&eApply
vol. oT2OOpazcs J2mo. cf$10Oto850000; $iCO ta$30,000; "or.a.l
lie givM yon tie *w t- Plenty if msrrilgf' Printed on. ttttf.est paper and Illustrated in FACTORS AXD Female Complaints Headathea.FfTCAUTlOX to the store of C Drew,Esq., of 1 P. o $10,000 4 of 8100 toj $ ,COO. r1JsIcw. sappiest witH ue pared
COJ1JIlSSIOX MERCHANT. -Xcneare cnles the residence of the PrincipaL ; English and Asoencan CbemicaI-
in genuine Webster .t Co,or at french ,
irUl: U the rc aU. Nobody will remala liinrle tlufned *!jU'crt. Twentieth edition 2\or//t New Ym-k and London', t' Whole Ticket *2O; halves SIO; and
Adgd Wharf, the worJs "Uollovay, Surgical Dissecting AmputatbtgInstruments.
V .
wed vhotu *or $
tlfs dnew, when fcc or the can ready. W' lark in leaf of bi 1937-3w.. Quarters
S C. ulcT-
I .ChaI cKtcs, Bra discernible as a every .1at.kaollyine.l'1& Sept. i .Lancet,Forespa,Cap-
", she may *Uh. It U a rateS'The bjok Uca TT TEACnr. ItE 'C B. rnAHEn. I PACI.S rsroT the book of directives around each pot or box- Prizes cashed at fight at 5 per ant dueouat- Sleducat
I affuctiow of Instruments
devsted ,
GENTLEMAN win the : pin r
aU solvent Bank taken at .
the ad- be seen by JuJdiag tbtUafIn Bills on par.
Se Uinly
o4 Cat "]!!* ur Mams of the opposite sex as their h art. may the same may For PhiIadelphiaNe\v York&c. Troaacsr ScppuP-
: the Bugs.
as nsaar Uut light. A handsome reward will bo given A drawing will be(forward u loon M renIt : ,
yertlscment in another cularnn-Dtdclimztt.Cars Josire:and the plan i iB to ujrlei, yct ii* captiratin 1.. UEXJA.MINXev I rendering such inforaation as may lead become known. I ten, Ie. Ac.. .

;,, that all m'\yl.e tnirn4 irrepect of .i t.ay,4IO uf or parties eoanterfeit- f5f Communications addressed Is DOS ROt with
Retail Planters
thRilr. York Wholesale & to lU l Uetectiun UDJ party Charleston SavannahSTEAMSHIP f supplied
.z--: Irs now rtinaing on flS art eannc 41 of llOMirtcon 11.:1.1 it can be arrjuged the me4n; or vendjag the same,knowing them RIG tEZ, (cars cT City Post Charleston, S C-,)
with tuch ea c and delicacy, tta.1 Jstec- .I' \e attended to. i Pilot Oils Dj_ StuSk Jrebi Garden
61 suLlY 15th Dee. will ,
"'.rJt, J .,aJa 4 far ai Trail R'Jg' Store toll bo apurious.4roid L.IXES.atin ,
don U imros&ihle. (Elotljmg} at Manufactory of Professor HotUTAT. Seeds, Medicine Chests It, 4tCountry

mu'L'fI f"o:1 Fctnandina.M It gives a reuiJy f>r unrequited l.\ve. I .SO il i-lea Lane, Sow York, and by alt Passage 620 Steerage S3- 'Merchants supplied
iojtructioaa fur beautify the Street. Jact-.t.Kvlllc, i:. Florida. -
Hay Useful
'' It gives you mpecublo Drujjgegts and Dealers in Meaiuoethwushout I The Most J )

riO 8. (Soiner Eu'ilmg ) the tmted States ant the civilized rpJIE well known first class with
inn inn, How to han a handsome and freckles.face and h.u JJ. rriii to LIt old friends aD 1 the puUte gen. world in hexes at 23 cents, 6i 1-2 cents, and SI .L Stumshipl"KEYSTOn STATE, CapL C.MABSBKAS most J1 DruGS and Medicines at fair price

On the 9t** ir.ft, at Or nMr. MIl& Fb. How to remove Love Un Private advice to Marth4 O erally, a rplendld Stock cf Dry Uocos fur ca..h. ; STATE OF OEOB JIA, Capt J. Most Concise 'I Great =- take fa AIling PhysldaW OnUnL

W. It. In
DxcTof Flori.Ia. aay Lou.c in this city. lie will be cct.Uetly receiving larger sues. PHILADELPHIA, sailing EVEKY SAT Ljl- DC-\PCn Phpidau" FreamptbMeoupoaaded sar.fl7
to IiA LVCJE A Cdm:eto Code of I'aliintry aal Etiquette, new sujipUe from Sew Yurk, &n I U fonCJcnt :.. B.-DirectJcBi tar the gailuwe of n.twnts to DAY alternately frusacfl.tIILESTON. SAVASSAH aud : from Drugs of wamatrf proy A

the abore untkee :, wits. lon. Ue" in elionjaino. ui being able to sell gooiu as cheap aa tbe in disorder are afiiied to eswh box. : follows TilE BEST *ttOm tf
J .eeon'paiinr; This is dfc-i: ,'fl 5y the mon fajonaling, interentiog c every aa : BETJ'ER ThAN any how of th. day or mfciXk
23 -ly
frec'I'"t"dL: 4'lclicion. 'ire f..r weUn; sci really; uselul and practical work on the8pcL his sto consists >*>part it i 11 i SAILING DAYS. Published- wtzThe !- The Ladies

tnTC ourtest C!nrt hij:>, Matnuxmy, and the dulie cnj DeTights il SCARSOBOCCU, ) is respeetfaHy eolioitad to ate a.m aw C.
:' the bsppy ('fH1p Coats 1'anrs VeMs. Hats and Caps LiSfiLET Stite- State of Georgia
.cake t.'L'e of Married Lire that his ever been ui!J >AttacbmeotKILUJLX Keystone viale only One Dollar Tearpaj maul of Choie Pansy Geada etmslrtlng ia past iC
tLr.irjnnrney t','.. ;ll The artilk-iJ KrUlty liuots u.J iiLoea. white an l Fancy ft I'roia?.vannah the rotFrom Charleston the
,'i bMlA..i1 may from the American prai. IL ELUS. ) Saturdays. following Saturdays : /GREATEST DISCOVERY ot kVjT French, German and America ColopjesLatin's
ami) under lowing
.. 1,1 raa-v ttride **" I "tem which in 61.many in..!?!" prevents a SL.ru, rcr $;-B mdflcd$14. 13th.Aug. I ....llth25thAn lot sUDmCTKO Penord'a and Price's Cztracta
;life he fmooth and d ; tacrift-es to et-nnnlionli..m! i Su ncorn to < Jsly..__..4th July The Present Century ,
and Shirt
of heart IlickoryaiidChecked
find Joiurdan a **** roai1 l" the onion napplns*and event the lives of thousand.' of SlurtsI>ra"- Defendant and all others interested, are ..1st, 15th 29th.Septeinber12th ust.... 8th 2'd m Lowuper Water. Boqoet Spring
never I is TIlE iiotifiud vf the etmimenteinent of It 26th. September. 5th Jt iJtix Flowers Cream 'of BeaatT.Jongeoet' ,
tlie TOUP and hopetulnfboth leI!. tboroagUly I Notes. flerihingEveryGeuuiae ,
travtl.1 antlrwxl: and expowd. Kvery one who eon. ers Stisjien'ler'jGentU'iuoa this suit by Attac nwot, retnrnible to the May Ottiber... .roth A October .3d 17Jt3UtNovember. Counterfeit Bank tt Condray'zToi1etPowderLPowu'
!uiYLftfllfl .Jlti A 23UDecember.J2th
Collar 7th A C'D
'- --- .- __ txaplat raarriage aud wuhe for as isifillUU Term of tho Circuit Court for Alachna County November. Bill ia Existence
------ % RAU.RO.\D. lit.ide in the selection of a partner f-T life. ..boul.1puAe:1ae *, OiJ Cloth Eastern Circuit cf withia Florida thn, and* months to rpear frum andplead tha : December.Leaving 5th 2.ttb..1 Leaving Philadelphiathe A 26tb sail Exhibiting at a glance meTer der.Powder Puff Dozes FrenABondolla*

this great text-booit of conaubUl fell- ing. Trunk, tu the SAme, alternate the altenwU Sat ardays ,Counterfeit in Circulation! for arraneini the Hair, )heseuBear's aad

liiCJ. _. _. "'\. aDd CarI.ct. .ute lr this IlULlce.J.R.1DFOl'.D McLIN, that RETESE5CB < Oil; Hair Took 1IalsPyes
for to do Is to write a In strength speed and accommodations these Arranged admirably ,
:Au; that i ia pecwiary you Bag&&c.: .
T\AUX TRAINS arc now running; letter in as few wcrla BJ p.rible mclwinj OSEDOLL.R The Flock of clothing is of hill own tIIannfac- Att'vs fur PIt tips are fully equal to say running on Uw toast.Intaol fa EAST and DETECTIONIS3TASTA5EOCS.. -Ia.------iJ Court P1aater,Tooth Powder

JLx>rcr this lload (Sandv except1)) to and wriro the name, with the Po.t lure, aol tberefure be u tooflleut of bein. abc Good navignatun,10 miles on Delaware River Tooth Wash Tricophe-

Starke. 73 mica f1t Fercandin: ", by the OSee, County and .'. and direct *) 'to give general situfeitiuu, both 34 to quality auJ Fancy nail Bay i .two nyhu at tea. t e "y Index: to examine! K.pgeeto d Toss;KatLeriGa
cit .JiOXDOUT, l-cbfi-ber& A t.P20F. IVAX FRUIT in Baskets or otherwise Jet hot up I But s* simplified and arranged mode da Paris
&.eda! : lakes aod CSnOCyEST fYI
ftrll'iwin* PaHs-the
200 r.rNchnlY' New Tork City rn.o..Du:1't forget to call on the nn-lemjnaJ on By \,\ l' n*, LracelcU aad N'eckUef t, Coral and For yiagara that the Merchant Banker anti f Poma tarns.

Le vt STARK at....... .......' 3 \. .MJJALDWIXat H. JL DEW1TT, 162 Xaisaa St, N. Y., uAfffot tteet.aear JJr &.', CricklltliIJn lie chars imitation jet do. EstracU CologneB Jicy Soaps, AND CHEAPEST TiOVTE. Casineu Men east see all at fI Glance. together with a great Tarfart/Faa y gooda taBunwwustomeutioo. s

.......... I .\.11. Thenaometen.IJlaanneB,
... and Cll e8
4' Whdesalo I C t"xI9t.hi f<>:iliovrinj bit ou'! Cigar t These lines both connect at Philadelphia with Please glen U a can swd
.. .. S .. 51FEiXANDlXA ". I21 ly. d.fferent qualities, Dumiaoe-!, Shell d Owes. It has taken to make perfect this
:1.mve at FESXASDISA at .; Dee. 19. i I I 1 ;)4.-I. Tooth and Nail; 'ort- the Great North Western Railroad. Route thro yean ( examine (sir yeTse1vsS. .1110.SI-Iy

.otut'l1iD Le"" .: M. Brifches-lU. Cloth M ehie Writing to Xiasara Fells or Buffalo in 16 hours fromPhiladelphia. -
: STATE moniie and Purses Papicr GREAT DISCOYEEY.
USITKU STATES MAIL. Through tickets, with, the privilege .
U u J3ALDTTIN a.t..3P.MArri" Doks anti work Doses, Jewel Cases. Keticnlea.Ladiea .

a ; atStarkea.t.-..... .. ,'5 1'. }1.Cmmt'd.tn FLORIDA.TJROPOSALS Da g*, Jfce. For ae at GEO.the Jewelry FLAW Store. roinU cf,fur stoj sale 1 by,at the Philadelphia agents! in Savannah intermediate and The nrgent necessity lbs such work 'tI Cheap Cash

: it Starke with Sure* for of Jnn 13. Somers Blotk. ,-t. Charleston. Fare to Niagara or Buffalo, 823 to ha*long lieu felt by Comasejtial men. t

-oain? \lk-, .Micanopy and Oc U. an'! at 1.'trIo the n.Di"rtpt.l F. L. 'tfllepi:12 i Sc- rOlTOrrra Dnranri.m1SepL3O, !.j7. Elmira 1:6;t/ Canandai;,82T. It ha teen published to ply the call

nat.s'inih Stage* for AHigator and \ '. cretary of -State, T. wn.vtr.: Cu.1P- for carrying the malls of th. BOARDINGAT Agents at IIhiIaB lphia,nEKOX A MARTIN.AgeniatSavsnnah..C.A.GREINER. anti seedi but c TORE
C.U. Austin, Treasurer( tbe State for such Preventative, .
troJler, and I TJnitel Slat* from 1st December, 1837, U20th
aI hu5ee.coo.. W. CAM. of Florid*,having net this dy in pnnuanee of A. J"Bt IS59, on the fallowing rontw ia the ST. AUGrSTHf,Eo FLA, JUNE 12,15nXngD.o11.n AzenU at Charleston....T.S. t .. .BCDD to 110 knows to be tivermilj Patronised.iesmor.tbanbAmerb.enauempt. j -

CooIrF1cc Uw. At the cOre of the Secretary of SUte.te canT and in the manner herein < January 31, 1837-mGCXCKAL CP
T).. itf See1/ Fla. It R State of JtociDA.. ___speeifiod. EJOu.sc. ; S WILSON
the election held the alb n GEO.
.M the return of on will be,roceived M the .wniraci ,VBir of [
n.\tLnO.\n ('0. ultimo for one Jude of the Circuit Court for the the Post. OfiOti utment, in the city er Yash- 1">AMILIES in the Interior wishing to been the BKOKCRAGC.HE cii byman.. lt"I describe wy Bank Eereeetf nyfafor tie LadieaandG .,

FLORID.\ 1 Eastern Judicial Circuit, and four Solicitor fur ;. until 5,p.:*.,o*the I5th November, 1357, JL *e.board during the summer months, can nndinifBed is noir prepared to serve the Note ia three Dilerent Languages afjackaonvin aadsvnwndax;.cMatry thai ae>
FE1l\A\Dt. Xo sib 1S37 the .ver>il CrcniU At hereby certify the following tAt be decided on the nyow5?day z hate the cunt tpacioaa accommodations community large in his line of buaim-M. baa' now epened his new and banti1 stock
that .tenni't to be ft true ani wrrs&eancapa. of the returns to. law of las cf Bath House, having every eonvetuce Ettgl !&. French and :
\TOTJCE i i. berby kea. an 6S57 From Prescott't Store, (on privilege i lie will attend to the sale of Negroes, Laoxii, or
;. I V ottenJ'el'eent. 1I. test made af'OlJ the 11 I made by the Jod; of Probate and on file Florida railroad,) by ret UMee,GAIUW.ville fur any other effects placed in his charge. Letters thus Each B7 read the same ta his 0 ofSI,fl INC AND. S1J3IE& '13ISONSIST1SG

f took<*Uu Company. p-p.btll 08 or Wire the ; in tie cCee of the Secretary cf State, Yiu and Mkanopy, so OjaL> ana back j. Ocean Sea Bathing.t I' addressed information, will be promptly replied own aafrre Tongue. Cse.ii.Bik .
rf f-eda, !
payment te hot mode That the wboe: number 4tf' ot.a eat for the cu-'Ie in tiu State partly dry
firrt day flf Jauaary wit three times week, in faar-horsfl ". ills general acquaintance '' .
*t the*2Sc ef the Company 't Fenrwdin office Jade of the Circuit Court fur the Bart Bidders will sUtotlw d"utince;annie oJ er. Terau very tow as agreed upon, safadenf and others render it nnnecessary to append referer.ees. : Ti(s.-Theppew3Ileaboct23. y Cord ta. jlaJBjaiNlra Itt'4 .
GEO.Y'. CALL torn J ikUl C rat. WM two thoasiad five hun- oSt-es if and a to pay cost of ntirfielory table. BENJAMIN IIOPE1XS. .2., and will contain the Bib and CeTd Silks,itenc8 l Law*Bob.t.

bee.!9-t .ecetary and TreU1tTer. dred atW eleven(2,511)); and tUt of these.: Ben- schedule intermediate of departure, any and arrival propoee, making -I Iranacirot boarders per day.........*!,- 'a-k.sun Q< o 13aS-if Most Perfect. Bank Note Jz31 White sail ..Swta'3L1.Ta1IIOSI.Irish -.a.-.

Jamft A Ti4tnaa received the nacnber of one with tho railroad. Apply to .Tbompoool1.. brays,Jacaonet.Bambrietv
FI.ORllJ.n.lt4nOn co. tboiua&d eJjrlit bunlred and eightean ((1,818}. doN Preseott'a Sure (on the line of the : :B. E.cAaR.Pr prldlrt-. List Published, L aea 4 tad tobkecb.4 P--
01/111CE and Francu I. Wheaton r cere ISli IS57.TVTOTICE I Firid4 ,)
t YELDIAj J. v. .1 banned. aal tishty.nine (68 9)), and tctterinjrf.ur(4) Loais to Xenaacjvfile, 35 miles and \ HOMESTEAD FOIl $10 To;her with the rate of Discount. CD : NapkiosB.LDipL..C1akS1eifr Kksw Sa-
is hereby gwen tlut the Stork of ( ). I in foar-hor AIao a List of : noifun sad straw BOSOM**. LsufiM
times week, .
J.' Cowpasy ha* bee ineree to Three 3'ae bole numlier of votes rast for tbe oQee of back three a -. ci T'rLIa: THUD rmsiox. BA3TCES3 IS Bloom**,Plaia"fSft-4 m 1- &Uk and eel,

Jiation**Drllan the .IIaU4 eod of the road, Solicitor frr the Extern Juliet Cuircuit, wa coaches. schedule of departures ALL TS1 PEIVATE: t.tTrTm iat: Cu a'8wi L1isgs, X.
will and aVY.1lTtA.
e. that the Nub are now pen for,nltfcripUon one thoniand eight hundred and eighteen (ISts Bidiers arrivals propose making cloa. eonnu iuDS .4STAGE 8310.OOO or1h Farms Building .a Y. Collars OuMMttS UII 6Jee..t. hll-.Lt

of the Company lit Fernasdina, with and thit of these Jame B. Dawkinn received anJ LOTS A Complrt.Snmoary ef he Jssjxcxa t and_ I1Jai'reed.tJdIdaI..wae

thetheoCee "*,sew called fur the amount neto the number of one thon,' six hundred and with the r ilntuLPrem the line of the tHi SOLD SIGIOS or cvifftn COTI CISIA. erErzorzZAsaascawillhepubtiah.din and eor4 Crspse, Silk Recbs Bn ISi1k MM,
ba willte (IIJJTO Seventeen and S-1L Carey received the 6Ei71 Prescott's Store (00 LI.NE u curb edition,together with aIlthe Im- mite and eo&twecI KM Obese,, A ilk sd MOT
paid ,
.ft11&17 eighteen ( Florida .Uro d) to Mi IMIar per Sare. Payment to be made la the number of one hundred sad thirty seven (137)). back twlco week ta two-horse otuch.Bidders rO be amongst portant NEWS Ot r Belt BPfc
aad Pass
'Iuuusr of the Vowpai3y. That fr the e&*>of Eolicttor for the Seu.tera -- J. the 7th rf December, 1S57 Subscriptions CJq 1 M-I'iIo SettUMhefaOaev Pasaisla
GEO. )r. CALL Judicial Clrctilt the whole number of rotes will \- a sihodu'e oonncxie.a depa.rt1n'N Prow Migalor T12 KewnanritleGain3fiUf OSLT 810 down or f 15 oae half down the rest UiWlE; TING f Wbhblaec. B.tjms.. TtJad .SewCa.. PtM

Dee., -*/ Secretary ia l Treasurer.SOTICC. cut wu seven bnndred and_ mty two (!62))., with and the railroad arrival, taaJtiag deco '_ _Mifanotand. Flemingtont ou deliverr of the DUD Every rabscviber value wit 'I 1 From as Old Mannaertpt found in the ,** Ii Brushes CMaba Botiery, Window 5a4 BfdOn, eat
-- -- ( Lot Farm ranging in : Wan Do bU and jingle *
and that of the*. Henry i*. Jiiuumu receive 4 ---- --- OcaSemiWeeklycarrying / get a Building or a M found. It Satin pmpers
j For COI1DIoll.ropuaal! piarantee an4 certificate to /!, LoU i Esst and no where ela. to J J
are LadBTd
Farms and Bar
*10 to 25,0001 Powder Shot -
the number of four hundred and sixteen (116), { be and connecting from in and fur- I, ,
also iiwtructwns and rcqairemmenU to U. S. Mail sufficient l I i has never yet appeared print
SIX: wecka_fter date t .3! Apply to the TlottorabU -I and Hardy D. Kendrick received the number embraced; 'ill, the contracts, see advertisement ofJaagry with sold so cheap to reserved induce the settlements increase in a th.value nishes the Most Complete History of f' D. 'S bT ::
number being .JH'i
tha Jali* (f Pr b U for Devil of two hundred ud seven (207)), and that 12 1835 in phamplet format the Jacksonville and TaUahatsee Stages "hida.ill compensatefor the apparent low t! ORIENTAL LIFE.tt I
ewHy,for Leuen of Admici trtiuoronth. E JoMph M. Taylor received the number of one BA 0W a i Cauiaenec.aa.B1'kC"
A. V. and
offices. of I3S Lots already -
at Alligator are -
Ipal post asked. Dr Da ZAlapacea
ucf JamM AraatroDr, Pate.r mi id ,county hundred and thlrty.-nine (139)). Oct 17.4w. PoAmaater General. Sa-r at Qcala.ThT price now Upward of settlers culled t' and describing the Most Perplexing Po- = I .5 Bar Poor -
4c.aaed. Ar A. CAXOVA.JaekawruU Thai the whole number of votes east for the PoZa/Jta awl Tampa naming sold, and a company "is sumo*ia which the Ladies and Gentlemen 1nI Line.Tth. .

1'I*, Deo. 19, 1557. office ot Solicitor for tbe Middle Judicial Circuit owner. wmooAi that they are Tho Bappahannock Pioneer Association now of that Country baTe Lees foond. .Duck iii cheek XainslIMMarseiles
j UTU:& fi the- motXOTICE. settlement .
on this Line r and will soon commence a 1 a CDItftcI Tests,
I two thousand and twenty-five (2Q25). and after eomfortable KUge fbrmiaif Stories will continua thioagboot .
weeks These
was six
Is given that the faithful .
hereby JIII111.1SSj. for
PINE STREET HOUSE that number of these of one Samuel thousand B. Stephens nina hundred received and forty tb., NOTICE tIM.oJ.m.! will make applicfctwnU Ad-t d.a Ot1oq'.ueM fI. Ample security( contract win be given and promises. Nearly psifnrmaneao the whole year ever,and.offered: will prove to the the Public 3101'E4urt&1l :1 Cow Together*i Cheek with Linen a well selected Bnt Silk Sleek I Sada d X..
Letters ;
now preparel for the iaroteaaodLui of j three (I,913) and Wilt Call received tho aut'her -- minUlratUm the IIi.. Jade the of !Pwbte Ut uf for Dr.J .*. G. Den 43OOH? ( acres of land;in aDIl..m"different parts sold of to Virginia settlers c-r Farwhad Weekly to Sabsmbersontyrat Q A iloy's SauMI'Raa.niSe.sad c.IanI sw-
Ig Q command
rennaent sod Traaaieat. Prices will U mad. ,now at AltleUeremaa&b. "bIa1\antI VaBes.as4alarj.assottment -
4ft. Uilh of eighty-two(32) daceue months after date application CarpetBags, -
cc the late or Decal. county, SIX far at from 91,up to t3OO: < per acre ::1)1.U. of
&. ed.rata.icr That tbe whole votes east wr I.uICEL n. PYIXS, the Honorable the Itdge-eC Probate Wood ratter, addressed -
eaJ hen lot kept for iuch'M I the Western JadicUI Circuit of and wilt in all CaIesb.gITIi. St. DYE,Broker.Pab&ther ).
II.aUe office of Solicitor for yLiL.DELL, the county fir N** a, tw final settlement ar wanted and 00 Awrn JUnX ".
farmers .te. Boots Stipes.AcooiftMeetou&taf.
III'.y patroDiae this notSE. was tw. thousand eighth hundred and thir. October lf IS57-Cw. diicbargtrfroa the Estate Henry llarlJato ot coopers, .uh oriberjto whom the Croat liberal and Piopnetun .
E. L. l.ot'A.LDSOS, ty-four (2,834) and th4t of these William It. ( aeExeentorofu.Id. Estate to obtain 7ft- Wail Street, 2te" York.
l1t.dO-.I write
cab! Sod .
",cUoum..n. D--.19, :. 3aio. 1arae. received the number cf ODe thousand Co-Partncrsuip. rErE &iNOl I rndaeetnenU will b. given. Agent b. For (tillaincripiiaiie Marsh n 1357-lr -- .-
that they are making pet JD GBOCHTOJES ,
forty-three (1,443) and James I ,
four bnadred 24ti 3fyh,15G.6mFOaSALE. _. ,
emaadina, In., apply '
: Caution. JJ. LanJmni receive1 the number of one then TUB undersigned have formed a 'Co-partner- I ,,. Agencies.1 BA.tDEt, I'i ? .'t -cItoCKEB.r.AlD: .:
three hundred aad clghty-nia. (1.38SJ) andestt.rLng for th. conduct of the 0 1URDWAEJ1&
t Upera: i ITS hereby to-warned,from tnd- u.t Port 1t .CuoIine co,VsAugust22 -
-1 tag for s rni.ory Xol LaMe d--I two p). ''DOOIClJj I.I.ISC. STATIONERY. & 1357. l: I MfFIBTrBow lfllIffiE. UcBMtaaUykept- ..variety IeU
J'a4M..1 twenty DoUan.dated JaekijwvilUJsJy :. SOTB-The returns front ]s aiabia county JOn IfltINT1G uUsii1s TJLtT vauable Location lying a' the terminus I Pureh iers will sad ttU their fasereate cat
IS, 1SST.paraW.Jaa. lit'1SW,U Jliwu embraced -rotes canvassed by tie County I under and or DREW A W'IMEE. ..t.. of the Jacksonville IL It On the prernlns open far the accommodation Traveller ud u..u- my 'toekaith CtoA .
board and the returns from precinct Jfo.1 In a lie earn style -Dwelling, two atones, over fifty feetsquare ftM'HE caJarlt Invalids,wb.will find health ant alawrtertu A. I shall.
llanier.es; be rer r der, M>4aignodby oy Ia AmUer ft JIoe '* Block Dy Street.In b a MW c FOKundersigneii ALE. before pgrrlw1inc
saVl ail euanty 'which from a muapprehansipa oftbs Location kJ *1M rooms twelve feet tostorr.well that this ceuto.&rord& n.Table ; aD ts wany .
coaMderaUoa tat which not.was ,embracing tbAomnforU iA trying Ie pisiss
business they
u2t Cnes of greet pleMUe
; there
to the tint .f transmittl. all th.branches with the KUchen seven Qfler ib?I choicefld.llencieothsserm
as ad with the 1Meoaatrr.
YiDg Lavtcg. u.ht .1 aa deUralwd. aut to Inspoeton with and bide wU foraishwi fe-sec..swltaccli.. D.fIwa
not sent to th. -JaJr. of rebate willo prepared to Sordln despatch houses with brick chimneys attention will be given .
Uw .. them, were are pl.aeu< Servant. .l r. PIANOS and MELODEOX8.fraea time ,whilst unremitting .shall be attamdo
r.-'Y oath two daya after the caarass ", the County 1apoa usual bic1naerma. Uh attneeeaary outbuilding*, t that might crown m y fforts ba 1m.
r. xza.urnr. \ COLnrDUS bREW, aal well supplied* best manaTactories in tha 8O'I'I1.at 2few Tort; topleaie, sucoesa !lsebuoilleY7s..APEn t
Jekimmc .. I' I8S7. tf. Board. The rtlornsfrom aid precinct where JAMES WIMER all wwly built 5thia one year. The landed for Cash and also OB liberal tormsfwher. fa&aa.; CfTCharsee.aederats.4AC : -
certified and forwarded by the i and Ire ft:
fben properly ar-a onr.i.sty Jot& ODe htoidred Kit h*Jacksonville, where h. GAUEASOS f SupportersABDOJirSAL -
10 1337, e"hpr ,
LADIES IIETHEA.T.IS Jadg.otPrttbat.toth.; Secretary of State, ant Jacksonville, Oct. IfJI1\N. This property I well adapted or a 1M J 'Ea1.Port.1 PIoprido 8*ppetot8 oai. b
BTKfH TEMALE FLWSICIA2cI.1.u. i are included la the canvas above} the Secretary lWtor.p.r-"rirld6 a. U it atl.rel protected :rLUTF.s.ACcOIt.DIANS .. ; ltf sad foe tate lr/,X.P. Wsbil.t
% I ef State aad Treasaier aoaeorring-th. vovp- : ida of the Northern GUITARLVIOUNS '
n1eeekunee. 2ew.Tw.aiUttdifuraal ( Private Poarding. from the deteteroas AOvW i -sa nAt&aDsazTas.
: 163 TboB *on, lIur I
SUrMUSlC.Thu. .
their a&n holler_ disaendng.. 'solicit winds permanently by nature)or would awwer AND Co-partnership. Aa:9 1961. _
** dans* r MTL CTATLOk takes this method t. ( Dissolution
srsMsofl4Io.pecuUa:. tht HL She j In tntimony ,her-wfw. !*'. hereto act .of Public Patraoage. She'i. mm' readyto fur til.ndij privat.resUeoM or mereaaa- .. who wish to i iay any ef the i abvT. nwatioswdlastrwaeate fathk day dieI "
a Caytim ,
the firm of Kphry Shoulder Braces.A .
I Done at 'ea.p- water to rHE
official and fin.
signature locatimT health ,OI do weU to
soooaao4.sti etJJet t our tile nanD: mastie At. : .
01 .f
the the
.Liai.unomt for m 10 k"I -m l.FamiOea aad Invalids by matual. .basinese
this I .1 mIred by .
of T&11Ih&ISI'se. -
.a patent appanlaj te uMt .asafe Itul la the city week month,transient pe..1t1 tb. day Ac f reeotamaod IL Prfc..f) thousand dollars otorms girs IIW a& ., LOT just weiv d,flash artial.allow=
l wiilinrZ1hs k 1'
psttoi I d Koveaiber, A. D. 183-7. iIr.-Joh*TlMfUoo1I4t bit.
sceumodaUng 'Appijto CaD anti e mtae-w.Ck1Jrq
ta .A hash $U. mad Wtt reaedy Iofr Her Hoos. W entirely privat.. awl every effort Like 'JOPJ..i
4flbstredilma.; "At,b* maSL with funD dir, Uoni i F. i:! TILLBPIOCK Cau FeeretazyoJtate, will be used\4 ,make hot boarders corcforUWe .Jacbo.yw.-c th, pmeDpam& 'Teadicr eC ilusiet ) Ag9r185T.. ::.: ..2 Jloq di .I.abIa'.p.. I.s
BRKVARD, >ptroE r nOPJmiS-
f T.W. JS 27.1S331Zj '
1to .
ceISZ n. h. se.reremWyfryiaa4 and Lbs termS muderaU.Jackaoarinf JickilX .lanc
-tpbt.. invl1uritla;cotXIaLf 1 C. IL ACSTLS, ,Oc*. 10, 1lS7.m.LM June 6th, lB57-tt 11

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4 'To Leave Palatka
-4 ,. "FLORIDA "- _
NEWS Samuel
j 4'rerj 'Hlbriday! at 7 o'clock, 4.if., and Ellis

i o'oli '.Jacksonville, dt 12 o'clock, M. ,
; into job. fib
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,} -.. dn'tiiig. .: WHOLESALE & ItET4tIL.D .


1 UULJN'iIMj 11OUK ALMAKAO. r .- 4W '-
"d flay Street,narthe Starter. -II

I4 ; 4. : & 1857. AND AS jest opened tIme isost etene ,. sad deals.
JACKSONVILLE. SAVANNAH, Stock of ati brought tstieville
iavedhig) the entire
cargoes of the Sci,
Via FfrnanJina, Fla.. St. Marys, Moonlight N. 3.
llrayton, C. G.
e..e1 Watbyy
S saj
L1 Gox1s Jfrunficick and Daricn Ceo.
Linen Susan Bray; besides large amounts of Qo fa by
TIJE NE\V AND{SUPERIOR STEAMER Steamers and other vessels. -

HAJY WJ m&de Trial h linens. Heavy Towelling, Russia Diapcrr The attention of Merchants and Dealers,both

1 j-i t ., = ___I = (: i Weure I4W pe- Dirtls'-Eye Diaper, Ileavy TaWd.Daroask, Crash and Hack Diaper.Shirtiiig in the city anti country,la inTlt4 U> the stock u
; tensive arrange- J.* T. --'--- 1 2 3; JULV.-t----- I particular attention i binpajd to UM

teonard's South American 4 &, 6 7 8 Lio 5 7 8Y9I1? II pnrcd to eseeote, atike Calicoes &c.8 yer'1ade JOBBING TRADE

mcnt.sfurLhecxocufl 12 13 14 13 l6I7l 'l2't314' 1&.lr 7 j The snbscriber flattsri hfawetf that,witfc kU

t & 9 ; cLortest notice, ;.- Heavy Brown Shirting, 4-4 henry Shirting, Good1 Stile Calicoesv L. SI.' COXETT RUtmiinantlcr, ) Late of peculiar facilities, he can Mil goods! at prises that'

Fever Ague Uonofeverydoscrlptlonof Aro'r. 4-4 H 4-4 Super Family Long Fast Colored, U, IT. STEWART,Mat > ,the +&\eon>par.faorablj with Charlwton Savaa,

Fin'r. iir; -41 knii -i all kinds cfFanphlcts- 7-8 Bleached Clotb, Super Gingham lf j.P ROUX Porz;. .) Carolina uiih. Orders to. by mail or otherwise SA3ICEL promptly ELLIS.attended -

REMEDY lo 11 1 14 I 910lI 12 13 14 15 X'Jo 3v-ornic1o Jane 13, 1737.THCO.. -
Cloths ,
a1 -
PIak1 -
16I7 33 l92O 2I 316 1VIS 19 2O2Il22 Silks
Job I'rinllun15
and'Permanent > 22 23 2 226I7 ?9 23 24 25 i3 27t2S29 ,, Cu been built onder,tne special superintendence : UARTUEDGC -
IB a Cheapj-Safe __ Law ci her officers, expressly for this route,having ii.
30 31 Tweed's & Satinets
- ; Heavy
aUcntkmofthosc -i--- Best mako Black Silk. j Merjnps. J ant roomy and iiaprovcd passenger accommodaJons. Commission and Forwarder
d I
'4jurc 5
2 4
.. 9IOi11l2(l314t 6 7 S 010 11112 IJuslness- Cards New aiSle Plaid Silk, Super French Merinos, Super BroadCloths, ,ControciTocs wDl be mado at Charleston ,

And U also PreVeHtalUe ot Uie ar1ouforin.o wishing Printing $$15 8 16117119 19b) 2)):! 13114 1 irl7 18119 Heavy PJaid Cashmer's, t Clack Ajpacca, New Style Cassi meres, nd Savannah with, tie New York and other ? 1OX1tEI1

2? 2324I25l2G127 % 2O21 22 ?324 i Visiting Cards, Vesting 4; Cravats. ] vorthern Steamers. Freight abipped free of 1.5D

Bilious and Intermittent Pcvers. done particularly 129 3031 -- 2l2s 29 3O- Uiarge. For-, further Darticrfars apply to -Wholesale and Retail Dealers.
TRICK-ONE DOLLAR .. illJLibbons -
Circulars, e
This Preparation coat MM no Arsenic or Mercury .invited to this office. -j: ; 91O HARTRIDQE, Jacksonville. IS ?
S end will not, like the many compound? COCPER & FRASER, Savtnnah.soy. Groceries and Provisions. Domestic and,
now recommended for BILIOUS or other FEVEES Terms Inv&rubly Hand Kills, Heavy[ Hosiery; Gloves
leurothe tyvtem in ft condition more tot Roper English, Worsted, Combs, Brushes & Soaps, Saddlery! Coots and Shoea,

dreaons & Tinmings: Button, Pins, Needles dc., Savannah and Florida Ship Chanlery, &t ., &c.,

bin iU CURATIVE.properties, and is adapted to allActs Orders t from the' 10 34578.9Nov'n.11 12 131415l6 8 9 lOl112, l3l4 Illlls of Lading Shawls and 1ianitiIas gjffe UNITED STATES 4. Comprising use, and most Mill articles and Ijabcr.purpose.a.neeestM r for Plantation"

and conditions of the system.Searly 17 L 19 2O2lj222i 15 16 17 l819 2O2I *

all the articles which enter remedial into iu C on n try will be i I '2j 23 2G272S'29 2223 24 .25 26 27 26 IIIIIs of Fare, Plaid Long& S nare Shawls j "N'hito and Black Crape j Silk & Cloth Mantillas, Mail [Line.HIE etondisiiold CfiT QrJtrt alpricu promptly th of themselves
singly I -
eompoMtisn.are 29j 30 -
and IXTLRMJTESNT 31 -- -I Misses Shawls [I Shawls. | Super Moire Antique, itiA those(Savannah and CIrkai *.
for the cure of BILIOUS Labels,
nU 3
*g $ 61 I 2 4 5
PrmIUyeioeuted. 3sr... l 2 3 4 5' Pc'n. Having fitted np She half ef th BrickBiotk
FEVERS.As 7 g 9lOl'2iI3! 6 7 8 9lOh1l2 Plantation Goods Bay street, known as the WdtkinstonStoru on.
bo needy
this Medioln rlioiild :
a.preventive, I1314 16 l617tl919 c., c.
Jos.r.KocERO l413 1G11lS 192O 9 XEW'AND ELEGANT IRON STEAMER With extensive Wharf and War KHo e '
and others atconuatUation.
> convalescents, Travelers, Emigrants, -
232 2526 2 O 22123 i24J25i2< .
during the Summer and Fall months, when 121122 22829.3Q3lI---, I Real Georgia Plains, I Woman's Wear, J Heavy all Wool Blankets In connection with hit agency of
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discuses most prevalent -_ = -- I S41WQI17C FLORIDA SAVANXAU ANtI
malarious are Heavy Kerseys, Good 9 4 Blankets, Plaid Linsc\, .
(I. LEONARD New York, ---- --_- .
and Certificate
with Testimonials
'f rf m cures the disease perfected, can bo rained gratuitously, L/ Jacksonville Foundry j.sJ Orange Springs Male & FemaleISEIDUffil ceries and Provisions CAPT. JAMES FKEEBOKN, he Forwarding will hare Merchandise-peculiar IWffiUes&r,, the Beceivinr an.U
medicine is sold. et
where the
ta laces
at all f And th new and elegant steamer Cottoa. to which businu*pnjtlctrUr attentionwiir

CERTIFICATES. IIAUDWARR, CUTTLKUY. BOOTS nnd SHOES. HATS and CAPS," WOOD- bd paid!, the shippers luving the choioa oX the SavvanctUj
following statement of the B ff.L.M.PE&sn, IVAUE and HOUSE Ttnr> .r
SThe of the Five Points House of Industry, at THE Subscriber, having made extcnsire and THE situation of this Institution is at WINES, LIQUOR* SEGARS, &c. ADVANCES
given below 1s one that speaks x olumes at to the valuable improvements in their establishment J: one of time fiilest Sulphcr Spiinp. in CAPT. K. KINO, win be made on Cotton, and In tWe who wish ta
valuable properties of this remedy: are now prepared to furnish I the country, and is unfurpiific f.r health It Our Stock is very largo and selected with care. Orders will have the most careful aid the sell here, the highest Market Price will be sauL

Mr.a.A.LiosAiiJ: >-Sir:-I take pleasure l in fetcara Cuglucs,of any required power, from is easy of access by steam boat and a few uours* ittcution, and any article not pleasing will be received again at our expense, The new steamer Zrerglade, L. M. Coxettef
transmitting to yon the following facts, in relation I to 100 horses; stajmg. &rf Welaka Commander, will commence her trip from this

to a cure perfected by the use of j our S. A. ... Saw hulls: The Principal, with the experience of twenty ; wharf to Savannah and Charleston in November
Fever and Ague Remedy,upon one of the inmate fougar Mills; years, anti aided by a corps of competent assistants B-ec 6,1850-ly BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. laving been built expressly'&t the Trader undo'he
the House Industry John Youngs,w ho lisa llorbe Powers; will devote the whoU of his tune to the improvement personal superrusioa of Capt. CoxetU *
and ftvcr during Grist Mills CATT. W. T. McXELTY,, Jacksonville,SeptewEcr 13 195G.
Wn suffering from the chill cf his pupils. ,
the past fi ve month, was U November last attacked and all other machinery used In thin country. Hates of TuItion by the Session of Five WOTS CLOCKS JEWELRY T WILL hereafter form a regular Semi weekly

had the paroxysms were as severe ta nny Iron and llram fastli'RK.ri Mouths, aluajs la advances the entire year: leaving Savannah Those GjoocU liavo Arrivc .
lever know j almoHt instant relief was experienced [ ?- Steamboat, Saw Mill, and other repairing Primary Studies $15.00 very TUESDAY and SATURDAY morning *V- ,T
on giving the flrst dose; on the expected day at short notice. at 10 o'clotk, and Palatka every MONDAY .
of return, it was adminiatorod, nnd it had tho tAll; machinery purcbood from us will bo Higher branches Englith, CLis$ks, Mathematics ;iir JPr THURSDAY at 8 o'clock,carrying the BUETO2oRAvEs; -

tappy effett of interrupting the paroxysms. Since put in operation in any part of the Mate, by and French 20 00 United States MaiL (Xo. 3, SammU Building?)

then every vestige fcfrte Uweiw has left him, competent mouiiaUU, when desired, and upon Advanced Classic*, Mathematics, & .,.. .,,30.00 They will reach Jacksonville every WEDNESDAY TTAVE received ii New and
MMfbefcas recovered his Ibrmcr wonted appear- rearonable tenns. Contingent charges 5.00 AND and SUNDAY, bound p the River,and ment of Merchandize for the Complete AssortJLL -
since and health. Drawings and Esliinntos farnismcd, without Music 23.00 will leave Jacksonville every T&ESDA and -

Truly yonrs. Ac., L. M. rHASU.K charge. MOOXEY A GOOKIXAgent, Use of Instrument 5.00 Goods FRIVA Y morning at 3 o'clock for Savannah and ,Fall'and Winier Trade,
*. ntermcdiaie isding9.
wYw.KJaa.28,1836.CL -
march 7-tf Founders- and Mai Lima\ Drawing and Painting, each, 10.OU ancyGEORGELAGG These Boats have all been built expressly fes to which they invite tha atf entioa of pnrchVsen, '
Young Ladies will bo taken into the Prin.cipal's Their Stock i
0 this Trade and od for the comfort ffl and miscellaneous, eomprisin are
: : Esd DrAn Sm:Having unaurpa
A. LT.OTAHI family, and charged fur Tuiti and complctness of their accommodation and
affered frote severe Jittac-ks of Fever and Ague, SINGER'S9ctuiitf Hoard, Lodging WaJilug, 1'ucl, LigUtf, use, also for Mill and Lumber via "
I Lad ocaily dorpulrcd of finding any relief,other Ac 130.00 commanded by officers of experIenced They will purposes- ,
j one. But while laboring under connect both ways with the Steamships for New DRY GOODS.
a temporary
Eojs 12300 a-LLc.zcxav-1u: o Ett3t Pi1ciicIa: "orfc and Charleston and with the
to Philadelphia ,
remedy -
attack, it was suggested try your
severe address
particulars ,
end,'unlike other remedies I had used, it 11 ANDERSON, PrincipalOrar.ga just returned G-om New York, respectfully inut a the atttntion of the tailroad.. YT eat' anti Stages across the country. I BOOTS AND SHOES,

lias bare proved never bclore a prompt gone and so long permanent without cure having, as a I Sraings, Fla, Nov 15,1856. [ngj-ly HAYING. to his tock of CLAG1IOUX 4 CUNNINGhAM Agents. Savaimnh.EI3CEE xSAW4ItY. -
return -of the complaint and can recommend the NOTICED c- i CAXOVA, CLOTHING. -

g 6.A. Ferer and Ague Remedy as a valuable one iVdA Fb 2My Agents, Jacksonville I HATSD CAPS,
of the disease. N I)
for the effectual cure "*O HARDWARE.CROCIvERY
XTlwYoMi. !** J.1855.Mr. Cor.Wmdl & Water Ste -

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL lhing the largest and richest assortment ever brought to this Markptjl&nsistSnspoons u M. W. BAN ETT. HOLLOW. EAUTHERN,
.A. SKEUSOvOf this city, tas consented Fine Gold Jlagie-CJisod AVatcfccs, with Charles A ,, Srjjajr AND WOODWARD

to tha publication of the following facts, ocr his Taylor & Son's celebrated Lwdon mom inj?. 11K it Salt FANCY GOODS. '-

signature, concerning a cure perfected by the meof 1'aie Gold Hunting Casud-Skeleton Levers. u Miwtarl" CAPT. GILBEUr. -STATIONERY-, ., -
this remedy,. which fuels are corroborated by Uadjiitcs. HAVE 1 41 full jeweled patent Sonp.La'iIea, Pie Knives, Cake mo., Butter da., GROCERIES
tha Re*.Xu M. Pease, who was acquainted will] 1) MOVED to NO. 3, llncg & Ambler Row, F, i$ Ii i4 Author. Trmt do, Children's uctU of Knives, Forks. and [TriLL hereaftcr rnn In, connection with the A>i>

sJl theelrcumsUnces.2d success is always the JLL where they will bo plained to see all of their I' it _Expoed Dial 'I il i001i, Unps, Napkins Kinga,Silver Snuff Boxes, \V Steamer ETEKGLADE, awl will lea'o PROVISIONS,
I. O. A. LEoaARD-DEAR FIR :-Some tenAayi GREAT Friends nnd Customers nnd will always le Ii Hunting Ca ed lupines, Card Cases, and PorLmnonie.'I every SUNDAY on the arrival of the Everglade WINES AFD LIQUORS.
since, I heard of a poor but dosen German conclusive proof of great merit. to furnish DRUGS MtDfClXK?, Ac.,prepared Ac., Watvhes-Muall size for Ladies PLATED WARE. from Charleston, and go to UL ICK CREEK,and DRUGS, AND. AlEDICINEIL
in Mulberry Street, \rho was tbffcring from Judged by this test there is no lahor-saming machine Wbblesale and Retail. We now havo a 1-uge, together with a large kioci of Silver Patent Levers return on MONDAY noon to JACKSONVILLE, 'PAINTS, OILS, Jtc.
:' aieVqrt aUack of chills aad fever, contracted in afore the public comparable to Sner'eSeini fine store and will keep constantly on haul a well Anchors and Lapines-all warranted .ji-sd Beautiful patterne of Siiverblated Cantors, Cake topping at any and all points desired' All of which they will sell at very low price
the Ivtt ground*,near Newark,N. J. I gave him Machines After cctablbhing highest (selected stock as we arerectUinsGoods, by time keepers. Bay.eta, Candle Sticks,Card Receivers and Yusrs.O For 1.rricht or Passage, auply ta
one bottle if yoor So th American Fever hind reputation; in the United States they worn cxbibetcd steamer from PLil.vJelpUia and New York.every All Among my assortment of U T L E R Y I'eb. 21, 1357. >'. IIARTEIDrJE., GRAVES-stilt 0VMR. --contionos to Ub.Ba-

.Agae Remedy,and It affords me pleasure to say, at the late "Expocition Universelle" in goods warranted pure and unadulterated, and EWKLmay :RY Of the celebrated Geo. "Woslecho'ms i Son, I rrcotjpes,in S.-iminis* Building;where hewitt
its Vrance where earned off the -
they liihe&t reui-
thM the disease has keen broken up by use j will bo soil low for cas'i "I IIC .
aad a pcrmaaent cure effected ium i and a great manufactory to make them has Jackson ille 12 1S27. bo found elegant bdts of Florentine Mosaic, X. L. brand, consisting Potkot Knives, with U. S. hL\J' STEA31EflMADiSON I-* happy to wait ems those. .-vita'. may call on him
Vmly yours, A. F STEHLIXO.1C been built in Paris.Iu Sept Puintinj, Cameos, Lavos, and (old Stone, with Pearl, Ivory A Shell handles, St-i.-sori, Shears, frr pictures. SToj. 29, 1336..

F -w Tnn_r. 1w555. 1S53.i' every Itranrh of Industry L'raceletts to match. Fine Gold Fob Chiiiw, Razors, Table t; Dessert Knives,superior qnalor -
-I' 1&wcj.atuI.4ith SW a.a the facts cet forth in tha In which cewh.g is to to done, tLcae mtchincs For tIe (Guard do., Ye-t d*. La lies' ChapUiiss, ri -h e.q'ies4y ( Silver Turks. TO MERCHANTS.iiV -

t ,-: above certificate, and can witneei to the truth oj can be used with immense proCt As the speed styles; Oold Guard, -'oband Baa o Kejs, Seals, FANCY GOODS.Mvhes r\PT. JAMES TUCKER, -\ CATiDY MAMUVAC 'ORY.NO. .'
cf the Uailway train U to traveling on foot, so is Pencils liracelotis, with Iivl4 .
the statements therein contained. IucUlc Slides, D&iis 2:21: KIXG STREET,
and To.e-Wootltriiig DOV nvdjing serul-monthly trips between
PEASE with Machines with subscriber ofler for sale Chirau, Gold lliim IS
L.M. sewing finder's Lockets
anti Hair b.uidi; -
T'HE and Kcticnlc M orrocco Bags, BAY-PORT and COLUMBUS! Florida OPPOSITE
: Enp't Five Points House of Industry.Tf hand-tiiuing. Nu tailor,shoemaker, dressmaker, LIVERY STABLE aiU two TOWN tiles, -poclocles,Sleeve LotionS,Stud ,1'.tr Lroj, and Shell Jewel Case., Odor Cube,, Aax FruitLadies' leaves Bay-Port on the 3d and 19th of e ich month; ; BROWNING II ry. 1-CO.
trimmer faJJler.hatter Ic. .Ac, ehoul with Diamond Ruby fpalniul ,
LOTS, in the Wcttern part of the town, nojr the Brooches, Uadge Kns. huh and Gent's Dressing Cases, Perfumery, leaves Columbus *on the 12th anti 26th of each < LL KINDS OF CAXl M.NC1'ACTTRE1CX
bo without The fair of of Chacd Rings >r
a, the undenigned, have used the S. A. Reiedy one. profit using one Railroad Depot. Five or six Horses nitb several 1'carl Setts, Plain. on Fancy Soaps, China Puff Lxe, Cigar Sund monlh-connecting at Ccd.ir Kay with the Xcw a New York'prices. Dealer will consul!
these tnarblnes hOne }
far Fever end Ague and Intermitting Fe regularly employed Carriages, Unggies, and Waggons v ill to cold Tooth I'ieb, 1'cno, *c, i&MJWSILVEII Urur-bw, Thermometers,TclcjM-npes,Microscope*, Orleans and Kew H'cst Meamew. fdeul3-ly| th4ir Own interest by calling en us whea ia UMlity
Yen, and It has made a- perfect care of ourselves Thouoand Dollars a Year.In with the Stable if desired, also 80 acres ofj and, Coral?, Ptarl su.1 She,!fl! Card Caaca, together with or ordering how us.'PSiOnwprke.

and families,and with much pleasure recommend all private families where there is much several acres ia a high state euUiratnui, and a : \ a variety of j gos ia my line, all if wiiidi will bo Blacksmith .
.. It I. the K.abIie AA asafe and cheap tnfkfiHMflA. sewing to bo done these machines are an invalualle comfortable lluuao vu(it, iso acres of Timbered sold low for l CASI1..I PrineEpat Shop. WARREN KiysifAX 4 ESQ,

.. YLBER1 CONKLIN, I VM. JOhNSON, eietAnre. Planters eni hotel-keepers] find land on the King's Road, three miles fium town. is now complete taid Ihrtaded, compriiogl'lAiu Tabla 5 pOtt1$, N. B. CLOCKS, WATCHES,and JEWELTIY Charleston, S. C, rebnury lIta'IS37-4t
ChARLES .1. GALE, I WILLLUI LEN5I2. them particularly convenient and profitable The above property will be *uld at a bargain I' 'a lorks, 1jroughleaired and war,anted, at the short' t THE STER3C2IBEX wtiresiitfuldIi'iy .
Ju&clq. Sept.27, 1655. For call on the subscriber at the"Merchsnt's that he has the
These machines are simple iu thoir construction particulars ii Tem 4 notkc. 4iIS CAS1LJaclvsonvillc [deu.13 ., inform the Public IsCA ISLAND COTTON
and very strong and durable, being the only Ilotet"I ii 0 -'li" greatest assortment aai the best vaneCV -
be added to ewell the mil further that foe comfort and -- -------
Mow clrtlficaif might kind of Sewing Machine over made, by which say convenience -- -- r.fTHAT Gins49'JIE
. LIst, but a delicaey on the part of many not to have every sort of work, coarse or fine, couM be perfectly lay StaMo is not surpassed by any iuFlorida.
gist name appear iu print pre cuts a publication executed. Thousands of interior and I lviev Crtlrnto .ud f.iithful Ostler Singer's --..--;> Machines .
$,f them. The above, however, are sufficient evidence worthless Sewing Machines have been made and and will warrant Batifation to all rvasunible G. C. Gibbs llE grout reputation ot Singer Sewing MaJ3J IS T? BE FOUND B. FLORIDA, SUBSCRIBER begs leayo- to Inform lia
to establish the fact, that this remedy Is sold under various nnma4, but Singer's Machines men who favors mo with their itronago until I chines is lonndcd on the fact, that they and are And'is constantly receiving fresh accessions I. FUnier uf LONG STAPLK WT.TTXi>.
for the cure of the meet with au opportunity to soil sUbt perfectly adapted to every variety of work, that h'still
-without aa equal permanent alone have been found everywhere to satisfy the my Stuck atriv I. All of whkh wDlM continues the inannfaetoring ot ROLLER
Fla. Emupl'yed.wiI1 earn to: ty every,
liver and Ague. acts of the public. MEREDITH PEARSON, that each ono df them, kept at low rates for CASH.Ifc HORSE GINS at hi* usual rates and u
A mpply of the above Medicine on hand, andfor Plain printed Instructions for using, are pent Jacksonville, Fla., Sept 12, lS37-3m. OF DEEDS nut lew than sold ia any quantity oowjeaJytaflUalI orders/tLit may* be fa*

aale by with each machine, from which anyone can readily P. S. I will hero state that my object iu selling COMMISSIONER One Thousand Hollars a Year. also Informs the Public that he keeps ToYed. with at the shortest noticed *
BLOODOOOD t SOUSE and D1SBEE k acquire the art of managing them. The machines the above property Li to enable mo to concentrate )O1t THE STATFS OF All persons desiring full and reliable information constantly cu hand a complete Persons wanting GINS, or Uln repaired, ettrn

:- ., 'CANOVA, Jacksonville WM. U. CLARK and are packed eeeuroly to go to any put of soy time and espial to the interest the Hotel MAINE, VIRGINIA, about these inach'wes-swos, price, modes of I assortment ofnclu Coxes, Roltet, and Bushes, can be had of, tae
JOIIH DSSET$1arys.Geo. jan76mSTATE the world. To all persons desiring more particular and I will pronisctmyiritlucnco anl the patronage MASSACIirSKTTS, KOKIII CtROLTN.t purchasing, Ac.-can' obtain it by apj.lvinpr, by following Agents; J
; information we trill, on application by tatter in this lloatious my nuecciaor iu the stable if RHODE ISLAND, SOUTH CUOL1NA letter orotherwite, for a cop ofl.M. telXUEP.'SA Ploiigbs -I AGEST3

; FLORIDA. at either of our cCkes forward a copy o: M the accommudo are as good a; at present XKW YOIIIC: ALABAMA, C0'5 OAZKTTE, a beautiful Pictorial I'oper.' D. C. AC03TA & CO, Centrevniagw, Oe%
OF Singer A Co.'a Curdle, a paper nholly detu.jd M P. PKXX5YLYAXIA, MISSISSIP, entirely devoted to Sewing Machine interests. It ling n new article made entirely STEEL, teL THOMAS HILLEAROv do. d*.

JUDICIAL ELECTION.( to the Sewing Machine iotercfit.L. MARY LAND, LOUISIANA, wUl he sent gratis to wbU.h pulli inspection invited.. COOPER & OCLLELAM/T Savannah,Oeo.CUASH.CAMPFIJJLD .

a Principal Offiro, Xo. 623 Broad --N.Y $ o HewardT Wanted In every town in the Uniten States, to -. BISBEE A CASOVAJacksonville.,
aAscu orvicrs -: c:' whom literal iudacements are offered.y. .ALSOCarriagcs i..NIELAcK, Allhptor o

1TUEEAS the Hon. VTm. A. Forward has 2o. 47 Hanover Strcct.No, 32 Westminster StM. 5 > US A WAY from tbe snbsriber WANTED B.-We have Eiado-arrangements witlyna. and Wagons, CapCI..R.BYTHEWtXD, BeaufonLS OLDfiVEAUX
p.obton. Providence R. I. editors and pnbliihera of newspapers highly HKY WAK1>, Charleston, S.aB.
of the Circuit JL\ the 13 ny .
-- U office of Judge on the morningof July, day '
reBigned > r HAND/OK -
centj SECOND -
lliere. 97 CbaioUSLNew 8 East 4thStCiun- TT7E -cnty-flre (T3)) pjcCUbli! apd atitfetory to then,, and wish to NEW AND IL\KK. .L.L'tl1tNS.
f Cotrtforthe' Eastern Judicial ordered Circuit to be held in haven, Ct. S. C3 North 4th St, St. -Three boys,CHARLES,a large innscular \\ and board, or ono d> ar per dy without make similar contracts with ere/y a .spaper and AND REPAIRED WITH PROMPTNESS. St.Marys, Ceo:.An-:.23-6ra. "*:r *-

: I Section is hereby the .Eastern Cir- Gloverville,2f. Y. Loui negro, about six feet high and if very dark bnnrd, for laborers, to work on the FLORIDA, magazine in the country. For further particular All kinds of ,ACKSMITII WOUK,
J thewteral Counties omposing of October, pruxlTBO Xo. 274 Broad fit, 'ew- 4< 81 Bt Charles St., N. complexion. O EORG E, a short thick set f cllo! .v, ATLANTIC and G L'LF CENTRAL fl.ILROAb. address I. M. SINGER & CO., .lueludln? SPIRAL SPRINCI STUD) .
Wit, OB Mottday, the Bth day ark K. J. Orleans. broad face and fiat nose, has a scar we think on Payment to bo made at tho etid f f every thirty 223 Broadway, N.Y.
Maree 2S-3m
for to fill the nnexpired term.Th'e o SHIP SMITHING T B iaNED as a perfect tecnrity/against faAJ
one Judge 142CbesDntStPhil. ilo105 his forehead, JACOB, a wore slender boy, two Work o couiuicnco on the trst day of
Judges of Probate to the wveral Conn- 20Dauph'm, days. and e pn* 4.fhia address and is
front teeth rotted out Cue
; cfaald.Circuit will take due notice hereof, Baltimore Street, bile. Maich next. JUST LADED- DONE,AT SHORT *OTICE AND IN A fcU- ,
ties a city negro. Those negroes Were purcLi- in A. flilirai 4 CO. MANNER.
ti3i/ main the returns to the office of the Secretary Baltimore. PERIOR An assortment of the above Just recelre rum
I aM Charleston in February last, and may be attempting OiEce, "Jacksonville,East rioriiU-! FROM THE SCHOONERS '
of StaUia the manner prescribed by Iw, to get bad to Charleston or Svam.ah.- lEt ''V\/ the manufacture, ard(for'ia low at
sbsreof, I ba\e hereunto act my The vnilersigncd has been appointed Agent ; January 2, 183G-tf Cbitneaugkt, Gold Hunter and BllzaUtbccca. i'LAGG'S.
f Intettlmony above r
They left in ono jaw I boat as ; the boat April 13-ly JtiCKs Nvixt.5, ;
S .bimd: aad caused to be afjxed the great seal for the above Sewing Mschinen, with authority was leaking badly when they !left CAIITIOV.A .. .. Somers Block, Bait..
:r .*f the State. Pone at the Capitol in the city to noil them In any part cf this Mate and Texas, The above reward will lie paid fur their op.prthengioa -LL are hereby forewarned from trad- op, f\ Rales Hay, 't itc Mutual Fire. -Please call and .xan, ino. A variety of rich
I 4 t *.M rf TaUahftMee thin 31st dar of July, A. D.i Orders sulicitod and prorptly attended to. or 825 {or any information which may persons for two Promissory Notes of Three hunIred A1 \JVJIfcUAIlI.IJ 100 Uarrola Lime, v -. and elegant Jewclry.co:trUctl/- hand.

<* v 18S7< jfls B.131IOQME, Go ernor. J OS 1:111 I' JUMJKHO, lead to their recovery. A. U. COLE. A Co Jiing and fifty ((8330)) Dollars each, dated home: 10 HhJa Bacou and Ilaras.Uarre's AND June Et L _

Attest if March 7, 1837. Agent, Jacksonville, I"l.t1EWELR July 18, 1637. Orange Mill, Fla, limo in ianuary or 1 ebruary of the present year, Pork and Beef, of Marine Insurance Co.OF ,
and ,
of State. J.Lmhcla Cora a general supply
.fl6. 1* 4 J? F-L.Vituriot-1, Y-JEIWLRY. and due about April, If 53, payable to Robert SAVAHNAH MEDCAL COLLEQEiT
.' JAMES HUDDLESTON, Villian-s or bearer, and signed by myself andV. FAMILY QKO ( BIE- PENNSYLVANIA.7oni '
Annual Coarse Lecturer will eoDimenrtL
': : Female Edu- The consideration fur which r of Fourth and MlWkd-S.Uarriahir:,
: 'o tlic Patrons WM. GROTIIE \ T. Pnrvianoe. for tale by the package oa reasonable terms by PZNSSrLYAxLt. w> the.riEST MaNDAtjOvE3lDE1
aid notes were given having failed, I am determined 2-tt. J. BROWZRD.tSOX. -
ijoflft &ifJfl Miy next. -
: Inthe Southern States.JRl WAT H 1A tiER not to pay them. ac,1D1tzhi sosoooo :r4tCrLT

.. ASD Furniture Grainer Gilder Fla, July'f8t,1857.Notice.(. AUGUSTINI-J FCa SAIiC.S TXSUSE BUILDINGS Perpetually, JIEBJL R D. ARNOLD,3LD, I'racteMedTcina.
,. : : j c:yeller, Painter THAT FINE RESIDENCE opposite tha CIIAXDISLY ,FURNITURE.. VESSELS in P,JL KOtLOClT 31 It,Obstetrics.

rOAltDIXGaaiVA JC1IOOL for young (NEXT DOOR ITHE TOST-OFFICK,) and Paper Hanger. MAGNOLIA! HOUSE. Also that valuable Port and their CARGOES, ancl ohor$ Property, "VT.O.BULLOCH.311 ., Su/gery,

:tA .Ladles and Misses will beopeced in the city HAS on Land a rplcridod anortmcnt of beauti- All work done ju$ the best style and on the lX months after date, I will apply to the HOTEL property known as tho FLORIDA agaiiut loss or damago by lire. J,O. IIOWABP, JIB,Anatomy.

t >f Ft'Aagustto, I!*, oa the I5ih October iicvt, and unique JEWELRY of the latest shortest notice. [an29-fm S Judgo of Probate ol Duval County, for my HOUSE. For term apply- to JURIAH HARRIS,MTXt Physiology.
V; *MsT the ear*of Miss S. A.MATUER Mid Mis* t.l)lea and fashions, such at discharge from the Kxecutonshir, of the Estate A. II, COLE, DIRECTORSJohn :
; 'kM"J.: B i BROWN E, GOLD GUARDS, FOB and VEST ChAINS of Mkbael Hearn,deed. Orange Milla, P Rutherford, Robert Klotg, J.B. RKEJ}, M.fc.t Jlateri* ilediea

,.:.. ... Inrtrttfioa wilL be given In all the tnglibht LAU-ELNGS, riXGCR-P.INGS, gjfrcjjant'5: ; j of( f July 13J837-bai JAS. E. 1IEALtN. Philo G.Scdgwkk, Alonzo.A.Carrier JOSEf/H jONES, 3 L.b,ChemktryvJOSE'PH

). 'Studies purtued ia the best Female Seminaries IJBEAST-PINS. Ac .1opodsrot Albert J.Gillett, John C. Rutherford, J. WEST,M.D*Demonstrator>
:', 'iIsoi FrencbL& and Music. all of which will La offered. at the lowest prices .Faiis-I'tulS I Alma WilkicJ, Samuel. Jones, The Preliminary Conrso' 'Lectures will e m*
:4l $.ssoi.ILB. have pent several years in for CASH. JACKSOXVILI.F, FLA.HOUSE Samuel T.Jones, t ., '
Invite TWATCIIES ie. repaired and warranted. lIE subscriber would respectfully> inform all GRADING AND FIhRNSUING.CROSS nuwice on the 19th ktnberem&'rt. l\
confidently President.
teachers, and they, EIHErSORD,
.. '- ."YUf1M thii'ut. i*. the patronage of Southern Pa. Mr.G., with his experience for the taiL twenty- T having been thorongh/! repaired T persona who do.iro to "keep cool," that ho TIES on that portion of the Florida Rail A.J. GILLETT, Secretary.L. Clinical Lectures jriH be rejularty delivered at
Is iu order
& q and newly painted, now complete Road extending from Santaffce Paver to Pgd f the CITY HOSPITAL, .Ibis Institution wil|
rents A'Oeardeanfj acd they feel Jubtijei in eight years as practical WATCHMAKER, flat for the accommodation of 10 has just received a large assortment of Fans, mv lIed. PersonsdUposed .JlORd( AN, General Agent
: lailcs-rare 100
*4 the very beat t4ueaUou advantages to len himself tbs* "ie is ful'y oomjietent to give entire comprising llatlstc, Clnamoiu Maiidall and Key-some seventy J.U.ilcRORr, Agent,J KkstmiiUcrFlaBgrEBEJCEi .. accommodate over patients.
those pledging entnwted to their cares satisfaction to those who desire to have their TRANSIENT, OR PERMANENT BOAH- UoiiC patent, which will bo sold cheap at the to contract caa examine profile and specifications AT JACKSONVILLE SCoLJ. For further particulars apply to'-

4JU A few jartntstau b*cehed*ili their daugh.tn watches, to *vp&1red in a workmanlike inanuer. DERS. Jewelry Store of OEO.FLAGCU at our office at Fcrnand.na.FINEQAN' CO. .8.Sammis, ,I Cipt.Charles Willey, Jury IS,lS37-3nt J. U. hOWARD, Deoa"
Room and table JOSEPH
With neat
,atteuUvelServantf a
ef tbe Teaehera. All perrons having good watches which, how / Lie 3 doz. Geiiulnc Farina Cologne. Col.John Erowaid, I Saui'lJf-Wi'Jiama.Esft
bth.Tmll7 olh. well and out of supplied with the best the market affords; byniueml'tlog Suinmer'i Block, liay-tt.. Fernandina,Fla, Dc. 8, 1856.. fdec.13- LIVERY .STAIlLn.
Terrai ajii do perform are now el3
smrnI.for ioTonaaliua wHh regard to ever, 0(4 % Attention on the of the proprietor CoL Henry Timanua, | [March 7-tf JON e'_ ,
applleaiion, may be made to the order, will do well to call cu Mr. GrotUo, wbose jrt '
a.C.Ta.rtleIaI1 to to make all eomfoi table who favor him with a :Jv\\lber Belting. LE subscriber frill keep coil-
bose aauiei are appouded) terms are "no cure pay. arpeting.JYLL "
.. call, ama! by very moderate charges, ha hopes to For "Sale. rp
avails hitncelfof this to tender hOuSES
Mr.G. opportunity
: REFERENCES obtain a liberal share of patron3ge. Tiii House : Wm.1, Half Wool anti hemp Carpeting, Saw Mills, Sugar 'Mills, CQtton Gins, stantlyoa hand supply of good
rifj; Ker. J H. Myers, PalnfieW, y.J, UU of SUi ( his sincere thanks to the citizens of this piece is cituktod on the" corner of Ocean and Munroo Ki rcroiiauts of Three Ply and Ingrains Car- FOR Power and Stationary Engines t aLjp .and BUGGIES t lef. Conveyance furnished tn 13

&ijgnn1De i i M M. Donnao, George Bur, Dr. and iU vicinity for the liberal patronage hitherto Streets, near the center and convenient to the etlng, Veltct and Tapestry,. Rags, White ,and Rubber Packing,for sale by E good Two-Gang .Saw any part of tha country: horseS boarded by *
;, ; Forward JacksontRT. Bestowed on bins, and he ho{ Judge Mattinps Drpet1 KLLIS single
different pjaid
F.ckL.; Anguttlnei business part of the town and to the GRIST
to be will njtrit coutinu.anoe t tlieir complete, with 'Circular to game
Hon. B. K. Meade, please a > boor Malts Ac. For Bale at the Furui- and attention be hopes
uie Fla. Dr. Pryor Churches. The will call at its doore for Cloths feb 7 Agent for the Boston Belting Co eharges persona
; MILL attached and Tea Acres of Land
.-.- -..-,-_4_ .f.. *T> i 1CPW n.lnrir#*. Va.i-ef Rev. Drs.M .. confidence andpatronage. | July 14-ly naorensers wttahinffto iro west, Private convey use lUtomi of (lob?) SAMUEL ELLIS. Pear libera cbs.-. of patronage Stable on AdanuHin fo
Richmond, &.$ Right tIer RECEIVED PER $C11QON1 if the Ca n'die's. Jacksonville. the west part cf the towa. He also has loU ?
)Loors flogs JL'gr desired, furnished by Proprietor.TERMSPer One good Dwelling House with. Fifteen Acres .
i5 t1ibpp ieId. J V a..r IUr.Dr. Vsnaandt, N. Y i ) day............... ..>.$! 50t Not ic of Land,adjoining Jacksonville. the aceommodatibn- Wagoneri PEARSON J10!* ; ,

1!. Regale, P. D. Mbasy LChIDd, IX. T.D., Colaiui bite ( ]00 barrels Flour, ", eek from..... ......;.5to7.00 weeks after date I shall apply toho lion TjINE 1 an41raIeby Candies 541t1 Gain. Drops just receivec Ono good Two-Gang Steam Saw Mill complete, no 17m MEREDITH

.AupltaGee4 1I.r.A. W. 6 l.hds. Sog r, MEREDITH PEARSON SIX inn, Judge of Probate for the county E.P,WEBSTER & Co,. with Circular atta.ch4, and Two Thousand Acre

3 JihOs. Mulassca, ; Proprietor.JUKTIN of Davdl (or* letters of Administration On tho Estate .vruggcfd Apothtcariu. of Land, on the Nassau River, Fin,. "FortJiGTeefluDOXTISE -

E14cmhertLtt too boxex eundricjs.SO .' ., ', -. "- STEVENS o'f Elizabeth's. Houston, deceased. .. .-- .Three*' desirable Lots in the (sown of JacksonSeventy. -\ : for cleaning and beanlifjlnj UethJ
; Hair May ?0th 1557 JOHN 0.HOCSTOY.TUP / *
: lirreli Garden .
Seeds \ and breath. .
flve Acres ef L od oa Trout Creek.
"Colognes.Gcrcun 20 barrels Planter/ 'T'IESIIGarden Seeds-a largo lot jast recelved gut hundred Acres of valuable Hammock Land vVezetabl QrrU Toot' P qy4er da -dOrris

Above to ie bad un rrnsunabU termi.J.JJBpWAJtD Noflc I and for Sale at 61-4 eenti per paperBP.'JVEBSTERACo on the Ahapopka Lftka. .This last wpnld make a Charcoal Tooth Past* do

.> Cologne, genuine i. SON Jacksonville I'JaIIAVINQ ; ,, Taloahlo Sugar or,Cotton,Plantation TootUTasIk : 'do ,
t, Gotten BU Cologne "w qts 'p 11-tf] Com B Union A Fowtrdiog MerohaoUGAUUliN April llth. J857.. .Duggs1s.. The above property er any part of tie same, Chlorine do, 41c1 prices.
grjisrtely *rft
***!<{ do dodo B I>Uj It1)1 Opene-1 a shop en the subscriber havingjcmorcil to Fcr- v will la sold on reasonable terms 'i Tooth bnuhea,a aasorunent fine aniIconnipastprmes2ictitoSI
I MtroEe( street,adjoining block ,'has left his business with I.Swart, pqn! SAT. Apply.to JOSEPH FINEOAN.: -j1a1r.- .tl. aharg.
do received assortmcni f Fresh Oar .
% Co'& eupcror TEST a full '
Wcbsfei' t Cnelroli situated in the
7 : Ts t1WO pleasantly
Wctt cf the IVst-offlce, All Indebted to him by note or open Fh'Mseh'114'I837tfTruses
prepared Esq. Fernandina. Ce
Oil for tlio Ifaic I I sq sold ti 61-4 rt pei it of lha E.'P. WEBSTER t ,
all orlew in his tlnq of business hU before center -ipidjto
to execute will call on Attorney '
account please *
-. ;111&1c OItS -piper by_, SAAIOBL with dispotoh. He will repair all kinds of Fur Wednesday the 231 of this month,otherwise Vth .- JOSEPH F. RQGERO, I 'Trusses I Wholesale and Retail Drugs5V' (ans291SaT.Rtat DofJ.

niture, and make all such as our Lumber will afford note sod accounts are ordered to be iodiscrimintoelyputiBSoit ,- Florida Jfews office Ambler-tReir- -
4 f do do -*!n Wachtlands, Safei, Tables, iTardrobkan4 THOS McMILLAN. Jack soniTell, March 7, IS56. A bOT of Doable and Single ,Hermia' Trnts s .

4w ..' ptn$ Winkoob & Co. da OFFICEr/4.4 C. HAILE0ADCO. ) wiflauno l repaJr Umbrelton, Paratoler Jacksonville, Sept. 5, 1857rlm_ AVntcr. for sale cheap from 81,50 np to toOO., Web Q flgrsWF.
: ueaijj, Bay 'A Co., No,3 Iloeg kAmzpriltow.Aunit .
d' '.,' w ThCsOflLLe, May 51857. 3 Uetars.ViolUu, Ao. 'Order re i>orfrullysolicited. Congress Water,quta;, **?'
: Toilet Writer the Annual meeting. Stockholders of Uie Fla Sept. 6, 1657. ]abzvz. article Bay TVater, Joat rcretrcd 29Agency 1811. ? the' and Sal at the
eal ASnper'wr
-. -- -- -rI'ffld Water. AH for Atlantic L CJnlf Centarl Rail Road Co.are request.fa sale by Webatei t Co.,City, Drug : Ne Board of clt/B gStoreT H>.-&ZBSTE. Cc.ApraJitbS5T ,
York ,
xi4 ;bemcaI Store to tnett at the Companyi Offloe/ia this place at Wliiskerando Store. 'S. )y --
q. '* lv-EItrER & Co1t o'clock A.. W. on the first Tuesday ia June idixn1tcr' TJridenmtersrtAPf -S
.. of the .
.vetx SALE.TRESn
M requirement Charter. FOR
t-su--- 1 .w ,par T lwI and WJIISKER3 to grow strong ant luxortantln our absence from the city our bosi AIKST P VESSELS, PILOTS and SOd T1IUfO4CIIII4L
r *- J. Holmes, g, BALDWIN, Pmidcnt, ,ono monjlh where there was 0004before QHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.UTILL -DURING will br attended to by William P \J others, are requested to report all Mains rrin; Cauovs before the hatt.eatheeornr0fB47L4
100 Wall Strut, NTf GO; GIBBS, Eccetry. n,will not lUlo-br injure the skin tl per boUle. attendto c1ma-terlngYqsse1s for Loci Peweea Esq., who in authorited to receive nd Disaster ta the nnderslzned by hIesers. StreetL A''
rpwtfw11sjtUnlkmtoMlMO j'tI. M>y,6.185TTito to all of the on ; for Burner dae os*. 1,1856-tf I 0.C.GIBBS, '
and | Sent part country receipt 'S V ber Cuttorr *t. Jack <>nville--to load f>iKortlero receipt Sept J.4..B33BZ'jn.273Tatt
WILL, Vine Lumber, Lire tnoTirrfii2, EUC Souta Carolina liouicwUe. ofprifc Reeipor makings 95. or Soathern Ports, a) {he lovcst rate*. BLOODGOOD- A'BOUSE.' Agent JT V, Board!of Underwriter '- -- -
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TllJ'FLOflIDA NEWS" w w-i ; .- 'Monday at 7 o'clock, 4.M.., andS Samuel Ellis;

: ; Jacksonville, at:12 o'clock, MIXBAKD .

dtttini :

r' S Moodg'ood 4 Boftse,. if. S ROUTE FOR.CHARLESTON .S.C COJ13I1SSIOXnay MEllCll1T.

[OUUWT1KU liUU IT ALMANAC. S &Ak S S AND S : Street,near tbe Martfet. ,

1857. HAS jest ope'aed the niot ettensiv snj d slr
JACKSOKVILLE. erer brought to Jack.
iL snnTille, i&clading the entire earxoe(Lbs Scnra.
Via JFernaadina, Fla., St Marys, Muonnffbl, N. J. Br yton> C.0. Waterbury, aa4

o ? LifleD Goods S Brunswick and'Darien, Ceo., Susan Cray I besides large amouaU Goods by

: 1857. e S.l5 2 1857. 1 Six .S TU NE >: AND.SUPERIOR STEAMERerg1ade Steamers mod other vessels.
Russia Diapcrr The'attention of Merchants and Ieslen,both.

HAJTJfO male e-2: -n -JL ; We arc r w Irish 'Uncut, Heavy Towelling TablcDamask, Crash snd Hack Diapci.Shirtiiag's La the city and country, Is Invited ta ihe stock u
= S I=' 15irds -F.j'c Diaper, lleaty particular attention ia being paid to the
S .
Jh.i 1 2 1'JLLi..1! *1 1 3 4
exICMive 1. .
arrange 4 C 7 6 9 10"1G17 f 6 7 6t| 10:11: 'jarcdtoetecuteatsnentafortheexecu. Calicoes &c. JOBBING TRADE. L

teotard's South American U 12 13 14 15 | !121920j 13!14 15 J& 17il( The tabMriber flatters Lfaiself that,wltU bit

1 S 19,2C| 21 23 24l l! 21 22 23 ;45 ,the shortest totieetlonofeverydesc.rlj. Brown 4-4 henry Shirting,, Good Style C&licoesv L.M.COXETTERCorDmanlcrl Late of poenliar facilities, he can tell xoeds at prices Uia "

Fever & Ague S 2 2G 29 29 O 31 12027 28 39 80 i _1 7-8 4-4 heavy" 1 Shirting, 4-4 Super Family Long Past Colored Iii H. STEWARTMat ,> S the Vill.compare favorably with CharieaVon or Savaa.rah. S
5--- - Aroi.t------ all kinds ofPatpphlcts- ic Orders by mail or otherwise promptly attaaded -
Gingham P ROUX 5) Carolina
tlonof FEB'V 3 31 4lOlU 7-8 Blenched i Cloth, Super L. Putej'r, to. SAMUEL. ELLIS.
910] 11 12 13 14 12 13 14 15 :,1Sb3 June 13, 1Th7. -
REMEDY : 15 16 17 18 19 20 21I( 16 l 18 UI 20 21 22223242326272S Silks F1aid aid oths the superintendence :
Job Printing, .' : 2 2425627282i been built under special TUEO. HAHTREDGE
Is CheajvSafe Permanent .h U31| awUlanl, & Satinets ci her officers, expressly for this route,having 61-
a -- -- --- : Heavy Commission
3 S Best make Black Silk. Merinos ant roomy and ubprovod passenger aceommodaJons. and ForTfardin.A5J .
-Curt; .The at tentionoflhosc MAR'U I 213 4i 5 C 4 French Merinos Super BroadCloths, wQl be made at Charleston
4 910 11112 i: U 1 c 6ti 10 Ii 12 llusllucss Cards New style Plaid Silk, Super S Conffocuon S
Trf Vent all re oi the various ; ) 17 Plaid Cashmer'Sj Click AJpacca I. Xe\v Style Cassi meres, and Savannah with"tha New York and other
also &
And U a wishing Printing j 16 17 IS 19 2021)) 13 14 16 18 19 Heavy re-ahipped free of
fonnsoC 20J21 22 23 24 2 6 Visiting Cards, 5 Cravats.IUllsiery. them Steamers. Freight S
252(3 2726 ;
I 22 2324 ( Vesting :
Fevers. __ tharge. For further part .lars apply to AYholesale and ftetail Dealers
and done Is particularly 27 2S 3j -
Bilious l293o31] -- -' JAMES. DEVALL, Palatka .
MUCK-ONE DOLLAR PER, BOTTLl 12 3 4 OCT'Sl -! Circulars, Iibbons 3 T11EO. HARTKIDOE JacksonviDe.COUPER IS

This Preparation contains no Arsenic or Mercury initedtothtsofiee.! ) 'ji7 8! 915'IC 10111.!l!' tIlO 4 FRASER,,Savannah. Groceries and Provisions. Dor ssfJc* and-

:' and will not, like be miny compound 12 HJ14 l71' 11 12 13' 14 13 1623J24 Hand Hills, Heavy Hosiery; Gloves & Mitlis, Silks and Lace Goods & Embroideries v.2a G EO. L.ROJJX. Charleston S Staple Dry Good, Hardware. Crockery
other 22
reeoi&ratQded for BILIOUS or Terms InvariablyOrders 9 2021 22123 251 16 19 i
now U itb. cystem in condition more to G 27J2Sil 29130 -h ;445 2627| 2I29 3031| mils Super Fnglish, Worsted, Combs, .Brushes & Soaps, Saddlery, Boots and Shoes

1* dreaded than tike disease but fta great merit tv"1 c.tsn.'it.'r- - MJIf! r I Fundcr Vest & Drawers, Ribbons i Trimmirijr, Uattons, Pins, Needles &c., Savannah and Florida Ship Chanlory, Ac Ac.,

U In iU CUK ATIVK. PnEVKXTIVK and KESTORATIVfc ) 'n. 1e- of S Comprising mostarticles Decenary for Plantation.

prnj>crti f, and U &d$1)t1& to allActs S from the' 10111 12 13 14 15!1C,'! j---------------.1.3( Lading shawls and I1aitiks, 41t; UNITED STATES use, and Mill and! ; lumbar purposes. *

and conditions of: the system.Ket l7IIi 19 20212712S|, 22123 Ir5; Order* promptly attended to, and Jf -.
rly nil the articles which enter Into iueomponltisn Conntrywillbe 21 23 26 29O | | of Fare, j Plaid Long Square Shawls | White and Black Crape j Silk & Cloth Mantillas! i41ai1Line0! chandut told: at price*that will eaOtfxvefucont-

are of themselves, singly, remedinlgtmts S 31 -:--- | Misses Shawls | Shawls. | Super.Moire Antique, bly with those of Savannah,and Charleston.
for the cuto of BILIOUS and IXTERJUTTKXT promptly executed. JCXE_ I VI 3j! 4t 6Vzc'n. I 2 3 4J CIll2 Labels, Having fitted np the half of the Brick;Block on

FEVEKS.A f 7 R 9t' 1112,131G ; 1 61| S 91O, Pantatiou Goods Bay fcireet, known as the Washington* Store,*
>preventive,.this Modioin* should) be used Jos.F.RocEKO. t',ftt121(22/ 17 19 19l20i 11314 1BI16J17W2122232i 1819 c. THE NEW AND ELEGANT IRON STEAMER with extensive AV harfuni Warehouse accommo
Vyoonvalescenta, Travelers', Immigrants, rind others 23 24 !26 dntion. In connection with
25(26,27 : | hU
I ( | | of
during the Summer and Fall months, when I (29 so----1: : '2I262530.31! Jleal Georgia Plains, 1 Woman's Wear, I Heavy all Wool! Elanietat S agency
in&ji.rioui diKcasei are moet j.revnlcnt llcavv Kerseys. I Good 9 4 IJlankets.: I Plaid Linscvs.. St.CAPT. 1'Iarys% FLORIDA, SATANX\II AN0 CHRJJISTOX -


.oa the disense, with Testimonials be obtained and gratuitously Certificate*, Jacksonville Foundry Orange Springs Male & FemaleSEUIIffif JAMES FREECORX, will have peculiar fo inUca.'fcr Receiving and
of eures perfected, cs j rocerIes and Provisions S Forwarding Merchandise?iti.tl the shipment et.
at ti! &. places where the medicine is sold. S And th>j new and elegant steamer Cotton, to which hnsiotM piv ticnlar attention wilt

CUTTLERY BOOTS and SHOES HATS and CAPS WOOD- bd pal.1 the shippers hating the choio*of the Savancah --
CERTIFICATES. MACHINE WORKS it. Johns >or Charleston Market
$ of the Fire Points Home of Industry as THE SubscrIbers, lisvln rotdo erfcnsive ana lIE situation of this Institution is at CINES, WINES, LIQUORS SEGARS, ic. will he made on Cotton, and to
volumes to the \aluable in their eatabliehment Jone: of the fittest her in CAPT. N. KING those who wish ta,
below U one that (peaks U iioprovcmcnts 6ulj> Springs ,
sell here the
given Our Stock is large and selected with care. Orders will have the most careful highest Market Price will be tall
valuable properties of this remedy: are now prepared to 1'urniah the coatry, and is un arpuj-1 for health It very And the SteamerS { The new steamer
Mr.G. ALtoHABn-Sir:--I take pleasure in Steam Engines, of any required power, from Vi easy of access by steam boat and a few jiours' attention, and any article not pleasing will be received again at our expenac, Commander, will commence Eterglade her, L.M.tram Cox c tier
trip ih ,
the following facts, in relation 1 to 1001iorcs;
transmitting to you staying. S Welaka wharf to Savannah and Charleston
to a cure perfected by the use of your S. A. S. Saw hulls: 1'he Principal, with the experience of twenty been built
expressly' tho ande'he
Fever and Ague Remedy,anon one of the inmates Sugar Mills; years, aid aided by a corps of competent assistants S Dec 6, 1S5G-1.V BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. personal suporrusion of Capt.CoxetU Trade, *" '
John Youngs who has llorhc Powers; will devote the whols of his time to the improvement
St the HOUFB of Industry. 5 CAPT. W'. T. McNELTY,. Jacksoarillo, STlpse ptsniter
from the chilUaad ftver' during Grist hulls, of his pupils.Kates .
been suffering
la November last at and all other machinery used in this country. \\\r\ TTT'ILL hereafter form n regular Semi weekly
the past five months, vas of Tuition by the Session of I'ltc3I CLOCKS JEWELEI V V [
I tacked utd the paroxysms were as severe as ruiy Iron and IIra s Castings. Miti! !>, always In ad ancC 5 Line the entire year: leaving Savannah G.oods liavo Arrived
Steaiaboat Saw Mil! and other repairing avery TUESDAY and SA TURD Y morning
lever knew; almont instant relief was cxpciien- g5'r: Primary Studies $15.00
at 10 o'clock and Palatka MOXDA Y akd
tho first dose; on the expected Jay at short notice.Ejff every S
sod giving
of return on iiwas administered, and it hail tho ; All machinery purcljQsod from us will bo Higher branches of English, Clagtk-s, Mathematics S S Sik' Jri THURSDAY morning at 8 o'chxk, carrying the BURTdIJ&GRAVES1No. .

bappy effeit of interrupting the paroxysms. Since put in operation in any part of the Stale, by and French 20 00 United States Mail. ( 3, SanimU Building*)

thee every vestige fcf ihe uisetne has left him, competent macLmkU, vlicn desired, and upon Advanced Classic, Mathematics, & .,.. ,30.00 They will reach Jacksonville every WEDNESDAY HAVE received a New and Complete Assort
Mtd'bebai) recovered his former w onteJ r1)earzc.indhei.1th. reasonable tenns.Drawings Contingent charges 5.00Music AND S. and SUd'DAY, bound ap i the River,and of Merchandise for tea .
fnrnismp'l vitliout will leave Jacksonville TUESDAY and
and Estimates 25.00 every S
., .
Truly yours, Ac, L. M. PEASE charge. MOOXEY i. COOKIK, Use of Instrument: .00 GOOdSa FRIDA Y morning at 3 o'clock for Savannah and Falband Winier rade,
Fney i intermediate a
KKW YOHX, Jau.28, 1636.O. starch 7-tf Founders 55 and Matliiuia Apeuts. Drawing tad Painting, each 10.00 S These Boats have all been befit expressly fi> to which they invite the ,attention of pnrch'rsen! ,

f' Young Ladies wilt be taken into the Prin Ibis Trde,and are unsurpassed for the' comfort Their Stock i f 4!! and miscellaneous, comprising,
: A. L wm ARK, ESQ.-DEAR SIB j-Having S cipal's family, and charged fur Tuitkm, and eomplctnesa of their accommodations, and most articles! required for Family and Plantation

BBffered from revere attacks of Fever and Ague, SINGER'S.cwii1f Board, Lodging AViL.hiiig, Fuel, LigUt?, GEORGE TLAGG commanded by. oXiccrs of experience. They will use, also for Mill and Lumber purpose, via:
relief other
finding S
I Lad zienitv4erjsIrcd siiy Ac. l.'O.OO
connect both ways with the Steamships for New DRY GOODS,
tbra a teuijorary one. lint while laboring under boys 125.00 3tcicx1L-v-1T1 o zt [ York, Philadelphia and Charleston, end with the
a severe attack, it was enggt-?ed to try your romedyK For particulars address, I Railroad West and Stages across the country. I ... BOOTS AND SHOES;
and, unlike other remedies I bad used, it R. ANDERSOS, PiintJpal just returned from New York, lespectfully Invites the attention of the I S CLAGHOUX 4 CUNNINGHAM,

liu proved a prompt and permanent without euro, ns I Orange Spings, Tla., Nov. 15, 1856. [n22IyNOTICE. HAVING: to his tock of S .AgenU,Savaunah.BISBEBJtCAXOVA ;iAJ4RY. .
having a
so long S S
bare never teiore gone -w1 CLOThING.
and cnn recommend the 9- S ,
return of tie complaint 'J
2vA lob. 21- Jacksonville
ly Agents,
6.A. Fever and Ague Remedy as a valuable one ItM4D CAPS,
lot the Ceoiual cure of the disease.ROI5T. N 1)S HARDWARE S

If wToi J**. 1, I8S. CorAVall& Water StsMr. ,
M. W.
Being the largest flnd richest assortment ever brought to this Market, wnsisling o 1.\NI1TT. hOLLOW. EARTIIERN,
.A. ).. STKCUXO,of this city, Las consented Fine Gold MagicciseI'atches, with Charles ,, AND WOOD-WARB
to the publk-ation of the following facts, over his ITL cr :) 'j rri: i Taylor i Son's celebrated London inov.in-ni?. j ,, Salt 1 FANCY GOODS.STAtlOXEKT. S S
the 41 e.b. 117 'j i j:; ) 3 Skeleton Levers 'a CAPT. .
signature concerning a cure perfected by meof # e; Vine Gold! Hunting C.iftel- S GILBERT. 5- ,
this renvdr which fuels are corroborated by ; UatIjiiicc. 1IAVBT u it 'I full jeweled patent Sonp Ladles, Pie Knives, Cake Jo, Gutter do., GROCERIES
tbe R.v.L. 2L Pease, who was acquainted with ) EMOVED to No. 3, Iloeg & AmWcr Row,
.U UiteirecmeUnees.M is always the _LL where they will ho l4eaettto see allot their u .Exposed Dial uii ;pood Uups, Napkins RingsSilverSnuff, EVEKGLADE, And will leave, WINES S AFD S
success SUNDAY the brrivni of the Evertadefrom LIQUORS
,. 6. LEOSARP DEAR SIB :-Some ten GREAT Friends and l Customers and will always bo limiting Cased Lnpines, Card Cues, and I'ortmonies. every on ,
Ays since, I beard ofa poor but dos r\ing Qcr'm conclusive proof of great merit. parel. to furnish DRUGS,MLDfCIXKS, Le.. ke., '' 14 AVatthes-Maull size for Ladio*- PLATED WARE. Charleston, and go to CL:VCK CREEK,and DRUGS I.,. AND MKDICINEKi
vrho was tuHcring from Judged by this teat there is no labor-faun taftcbino fciock oj Silver I'atent Levers return on MONDAY noon to JACKSONVILLE, "PAIXTS Ac,
it, la Ui Iberry Street, Whslcsalo and Retail. M'e now hxvo a huge, together *ith a large OILS
E a sinjt* at'tick of chill aad fever, contracted iu lofore the public compnrablo toSnijrcr's fine store and will keep constantly on ban a well Anchors and La pines-all warru&ted &tl Beautiful Siiverblated Ca.*tor<), Cake stoppinz nt any and all points desired. AH of waicb they wQl sell at very low prices.
nvaadsnear Kewark,N. J. I gave him Sewing Machines. After crtnbibbing the highest selected stock Eo ct3, Candle Sticks,Card Recuiyorsanl\iisn.OUTLEUY. For 1 reijsbt or Passage,apply ti 5
the tow as we are reci-Ulni;Goods by eery time keepers. --0LV'.MI --
t n. bottle nf your South American Fever imd reputation ia the United Suites they were cxhitetcdat steamer from PLiUJc-lphU and New JYork. All Ateong uty asortmont of Feb. 21,1357. V, IIARTBIDOE.'I ., GRAVES still eonlfunw So Sake D*.

:Ague Remi dy, sad it affords inc pleasure to cay, the late "Exposition UniveKclle" in goods warranted pare aul unadulterated, and EWJ L1 RY, Of tho celebrated Geo. Wostenholras & Son, I gnerrrotypes, in Sammis' Bn3dlngi; wber* bewilf
the diseasa has been broken up by Us use, France, here they carried off the highest premium will be HE fce .
that soil for ensliJacksonulls. ba.py.to wait oa those wl o call on him
: _iwi norrriKDcnt pure effected.iy ; and a great manufactory to make them has 1S57. S may bo found elegant fcClU of Florentine Mosaic, X. L. Iran, coexisting 1'oeet Knives, with STILV31ERMADISON for S S. may
%i; jri; A. F STEELING. been built in Paru.In Sept Painting, Cameos, Lavon, and Told Stone, with Pearl, Ivory k Shell handlec, St-issow, Shears, S pictures f.22t 1355.
Itranch of Industry to match. Fine Gold Fob Chains, Kawra, Table & Dessert } nivesufsuperiorqnaI-
1S53 every Uracelctls
J am n uAlnUd with the foots act forth in thagf In wbiih CCA ing is to Lo done, theo m-K-hines For Sale Guard du, Ycat ibove certificate, and can witness to the truth oj can be used with immense rotL As the speed styles 1 ; Gold Guaid, vob and Badge Kera, Seals, FANCY COOPS.PapJerM.iches (' %PT. JAMES TUCKER, \ CANDY' JIAMUVACXTORY.NO. *

,the slateuc&ta therein contained. of the Railway train U to traveling on fot.t, so is l'utklc; Slides, Pencils, lirncelot'.T, with told and Roe-Wool j.ii Pahs TS ooir mtking scrui-mouthly trips between ; KING STREET,

: L.M. PEASE, sewing with Singer's Machines compared with ri IIIE snbcriber oflcw for sale ant hair bands; Lockets Ch iruu Gold TUini I J Ketlcu.c. Morrocco Bag, rortFIioPearl SI. BAT-PORT and COLUMBUS. Florida;- (OPPOSITE

,- ', finp't Five Points House of Industry.If hand-tutting. No tailor,shoemaker, dressmaker, .1. his LIVERY STABLE sal two TOWN tales, pectaclcM,SirereB\tonStud.riEirIroia; and Shell Jewel Case?, Od.r Cases, Me ax Fruit leaves B.iy-1'ort on the 3d ant 19th of each uiontb; BROWSING, III!IT. t CO.
nriiag0 trimmer, raddlor. hatter,Ac., Ac.thoullbo the Broothcs, Badge Pins. with JJiammdRuby Opel Cases Pcrfuiuery, leaves Columbus the 12th and 26th f each
LOTS, in the Wcttera part of tho town, near OoU Ladies' and Gent's Dressing on t> 4. LLKU'tDtp CANLi
e, the undersigned, have UF ed the 8. A. Reviedy without one. The fair profit of using one of Railroad Depot. rio or six Horses with several anti Pearl SaLts, Plaia aaJ. Chased lUngs, Fancy Soaps, China Pnff Lexea, Cigar Stands, uionlu-cotneLtinp at Cedar Kay with theNew CA. nt New: York prices. Dealer will consul;

far Fever and Ague and Intermitting Fer these machines, regularly employed, U Carriages, Buggies, and ..Waggons vill i-o sold Tooth l'icb, Pew, Ae, l
S Ten,and it has made a perfect cure of ounelvcsi One Thouoalld Dollars a Year. with the Stable if desired, also SO acre ofj.jnd, ftsscrt'-nent ofSILVER Curate, Pearl cud Shell Card Case, together with lit) or orderiujjfroia Ut. .5 ,

i- aad families,and with much pleasure recommend In all private families where there Is much several acres 1? a hIgh state cultivation, and B S [ \VAlt 13. a varUty of go*!* irv lay lIne all cf which will be Principal Btacksmith} ?j) s i-QOQrpTi. IS *

>I1. U ti the iiuUie a* *saf. and cheap medicine. seeing to bo done these machines lire an invaluable comfortable Iluuse ou fit, 150 acres of Timbered compr'niui sold low for J 'CASU.tt iK. Shopi WARREN.KINSMAN i ECO,

XLBERT COXCLXN, j WM. JOHNSON, amiitance. Planters anl Lotcl-kecj-ors find land on the King's Road, thieo miles front town. is now complete Mul Ihreadod, Table Spoors, B.-CLOCKS, WATCHES,and JEWELRY Charlwton, S.; (X, February lItaR3T-4t
CHARLES .1.o1&LE, | WILLIAM IJEX5ET.JAJUCA them particularly convenient an.! pivCtable. The above property will be told nt a bargain PlAin'4 1 1'orlu, ITJrouefily rrnaired and rear anted, at the thoftft t THE SUB3C2IBEX-wonld: rcspsctfully -

B.Y, Bept.27,1655. These machines are simple in their coni-trudion Fur particulars cull on tits subscriber ut the H; Tea aii notice, ife- TERMS CASII. [dec.13"G S : inform the Public that ho bas the .ISLAND COTTON

and very strong and durable, being the only "Merchant's IloteL" 0 __ greatest asaoitxeat aai the best varie-
.More ttrtiflcata- might be added to c well the kind of Sewing Machine ever made, by which I will further siy that, for comfuit an
list hut a delicacy on the part of tuaay not tohavo ovory sort < publication Florida :J have |La firstrato *nd faithful Ostler Singer'? Sewing
L tbelr name appear ia print prccnte a executed. Thousands of interior and Ma-
*S *S S f them. The above, however, are sufficient evl4encM worthless Sewing Machines bare been made and and will warrant satisfaction to all reasonable C. Cfibbs r1E groat reputation of Singer's Sewing THAT IS TO BC FOUND 1,3 B. FLORIDA, SUbSCRIBER begs leaveto infurra tie,

> toestsiiish the fact, that this remedy is sold under various namos, but Singer's Machines men who favors ice with their ,. atrinago until J jj chines i Is founded the fact, that of work they and are And is constantly receiving fresh accessions L Planteri of LONG STAPLK COTfOSs.
,without am equal for the permanent cure of the alone have been found everywhere to sstisfy the meet with an opportunity to sell my sUbla. Fla. perfectly adapted to every variety Kill earn to his Stock ly every arrivaL All of yhich wfllbo that h "sUU continues too mannfaeloring ot R0rLKR <
r.rsr and Ague.A wants of the public.PUiu MEREDITH PEARSON, Jacksonville, (hat each ono of them, kept Employed, sold in quantity at low rates for CASH.He HORSE GINS at Li* usual rates, and&,
supply uf the above Medicine on hand, andS printed infractions for using, are sent Jacksonville, Fla, Sept 12, lSST-3m. OF DEEDS nut less than any sowxeajy.tomIaR orders,"tluitjio 'may befA-
the Public that he keeps "
for aale byBLOCDGOOD with each machine, from which any one can read P. S. I will hero state that my object iu soiling One Thousand Dollars a Ye.ir. .voted with at the short 35 1 notice?
S S t SOUSE and B1SBEE A"CANOVA ily acquire the art of manugiog them The machines the above property is to eniblo mo to concentrate FOR THE STATES OFMA1XH All persons desiring full and reliable infrtrraa- constantly oa byid a complete Persona- wanting GINS or Urn repaired, ex.trs .

S S'* Jacksonville, WM. U. CLARK and are packed securely to go to any psit of my time and capial to the interest the IloteL V1UUIX1A Lion about these machines sizeti, price, niMlca of S assortment orPloughs > Coxes,Roltoc sntl Ans&es, can b had of lift
4'.JOflD1T.St.Marp. Geo. jan7-6ra the world. To all persons desiring more particular and I will promisetiny influence an I the patron MASSACHUSETTS, NORTh CAROLINA ptircbaaitig, Ac.- caa obtain! it by applying, by following AgentaV : S 4S

: information we will, en abdication by letter i age in this Hoations my successor ia tbo Unblo if RhODE ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA letter otherwise, for a copy of I.M. SIXGE1V3JfcCO'S 5 AGENTS., S
At cither of our offices forward a copy of I M the accommod o vto are as good as at presentS NEW YORK ALABAMA, GAZETTE, a beautiful Pictorial Paper.' D. C. COSTA 4 CO., Centrevillagtr, &tx*.
STATE OF FLORIDA.J7DICIAL Singer k Co.'a GazMe, a paper vbolly dovotcd S P. PKXXSYLVASIA, MISSLSSIPPI, entirely devoted to Sewinj*Machine interests. H S Including n new article made entirely STEEL, Gen. THOMAS UILLEARDv da. d*
S ELECTION. to the Sewing Machine hifereit.L. JIAUILAND LOUISIANA, will be sent gratis to which public- inspection l L invited CQOTJER & 03LL LAM>;SaraHaah, Ceo.dAB. .

I Principal Offiro, No. 623 Broadway,-X.Y $50 Rewar apt Wanted in every town in the Unitcn States, to LiSBEK A CANOVA,Jacksonville,.Fla,1
S BRANCH OFFICES.No. X.a .L-E3 whoa liberal inducements are offered.J -ALSOCarriages 5. L.NIBLACK, Airijnitait, i .

We barn raad arrangements withjmo- and CapCD.B. BYTIIEIVuOD, Beauforti, S aDtVEAUX
47 Hanover StrcctjNo.32 c/tminster StBokton. ,. B.- Wagons
A. Forward has VNAWA from the subscriber WANTED S .
m5 the 5 T? ,
i u.uj < ." R I. 1 editors and publishers of newspapers highly 4 IIK TirARIf, ChmlMton, S C
S Ute office of Judge of the Circuit Providence, j2J JLon themoiuingof the 13 July, cents r day ny NEW AND SECOND ilAND6N HAND. 5- '
S --mifMd There. U 97 Chapsll St, Ifew 8 Eaft 4thSt Ciunllaven | i \ TjUlT-ay sevcuty-flro ((73)) y pt&uUbla ftn eatlcf etory to them, and wish to 6.LLtUtY3.
jr Comr\fortie Eastern Judicial Circuit f Ct. C5 North 4tli St, St. -3* Three boys,CHARLES a large muscular \ \ and board, or one d> ar per day without make similar ontracts with eev y ae spaper and AND REPAIRED WITH PROMPTNESS. StJalarys, '

fmtjUn an sic -tlon is hereby ordered to be held Cir-in Giorerville.$. Y. Louu. negro, about sis feet high nod vf very a-irk board, for laborers, to woikon the FLORIDA, magazine in the country. For further particulars All kluiU of BLACKSMITH WORK, 5
the amnl) Coanties orniposiog the Eastern No. 274 Broad St, >'ew81 St. Charles St., N. complexion. C EORO E, a short thick set fellow, ATLANTIC and GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD. address I. M. SINGER 4 CO., lueludliiiTSHP SPIRAL rniNrsru..
cult, G Mvdayi the 5ih day of October, proxljjsio ark N. J. Orleans. broad face and flat iioac, Las u scar we think on Payment to be made -At the end of every thirty Marco 28:3m 323 Broadway, N,Y. IGNED los
for one Judge to fill the nnezpired term.Th'e 142ChcsnntStPbiL, 20DAnpl4qSU u Mo- hid forehead, JACOII, a more slender boy, two days. M'orkto commence on the tot day of ( SMITHING D and as a perfect recommend security against its convecU j
the several Counties S S especially
Jn !esof Probate In 'I <.f bis front teeth rotted out, Hue address and is MAILU next. DONE AT SHORT NOTICE AND IN A SU- .
will take due notice hereof, 105: Baltimore SUeet, bile. JUST LADEDFROMTllEfcCHOOXEUS [ ence, S .
: of SILt Circuit a city negro. These no-crocs Were purebred in A. J. MILLER 4 CO. S PERIORIsLNNER. tl
S Baltimore.The An assortment of tho above receive front
the cffie of the Secretary l
and 2iAe .he rotnrns Charleston in I'ebrunry last, and way bo attempt- Office, "Jacksonville, Euet rior'uU.
S the manufacture for
med sab loivatSomers
ia the manner prescribed by law, SS ,
of 6tr4e itig to get back to Charleston ivamti.ab.Theylcit .- 1856-tf '
S P { kLinledlv: >uy whtreof, Ihaxe hereunto set my undersigned bas been appointed Agent in onojunl boat as above; the boat S January Cunncausht' Cold Hunter and" Eliza" 5 5 April S 13lygfate, .. JA&oxvILts. FLAGG'S.
hand iad caused to be afjxed the great seal for the ebuvo Sewing Mschines, with A'jthurity was leaking badly vhen they left. CAUTIOX. S Ucbccca. Block, Bay-si.
*ll K .at the State... Done at the Capitol in the city to sell them in any part of Ibis State aud Texas. The above reward> will bof pail for their op. are hereby forewarned from trad S 0 P Bales Hay, -- S100L'arrelsLlwe S : Mutual Fjrc. Please call pnd5sxaio. A iaritof rkh!
this 31st day of July, A. 1). Orders solicited and promptly attended to. ALL persons hundred i>- and elegant JewelrfeoirtACtV/ bunt!.
4 wn rf Tal abMwee, prehcniiion or S-5, for any information nhicli may n for two Promissory Notes of Three and Hams.
10 llhdd Bacon June
t ***18S7, AMES E.BROOME, Governor.Attestt JOMlil'll I'. HOr.KllO, lead to their recovery. A. H. COLE. A Co and fifty ((8330 Dollars each, dated omne- Barrels Pork and Beef, AND

March 7,1S37.Agent, Jacksonville, FUJEirLLR July 18, 18.iT. Orange Mill, Pie, time in January or I ebraary of the present year, a.Duihels Corn and general supply of S Marine rusurance Oo.OF COLLEG5
S *'J F ViluriPtE, Secretary of State. 1853 to Robert 'SAVANNAH MEDCAE
t Iicj; Jf JEII'ELR I'0 anal due about April, payable PENNSYLVANIA.Comer :,
JAMES HUDDLESTON and signed by myself andV. FAMILY GHO (BIE- S
Will'mnis or THUS Annaat Course Lecture?will commence
k w, t'1tjthe' Patrons Female Edu- S \VM. GROTIIE- \ T. Purviaoec. The consideration for ttbich for tale by the package on reasonable term by S tf S Fourth PENSaiLVASIA.TNSUBE antf Murket-Sb. ,llarrisburg, JL: on the FIRS MONDAY & SOVEilBBK
having failed, I 'am deter J.BROWZRDiSQK S 5.
iII tail notes were given Iaj 2-tt. next.
in.tbe Southern tatcs. WAT llMAIiER< 5jott. mined not to pay tbcia.S c11:1tz.L: $133 0000hI.tftTEit FACCLTZ;:
ASDj K. D,ARNOLD MJT Practice Medicine.r ..
Painter Grainer Gilder Fla, July istIT. S AUGUSTIM-J l-'CU SALE. BUILDINGS Perpetually, MEI..L .
: .5 e;vcller, furniture THAT FINE RESIDENCE opposite the CUANDISE. FURNITURE VESSELS" in .hI.KOLLOCTi;MID., Qlstetriea.

-S .'*' TSOArDDTfl a-ni DAY SCHOOL for yonng (NEXT cooaTHE yosT-oFFIcE.)5 and Paper Hanger. Notice. AGXOLIA HOUSE, Also that valuable Port and (heir CARqO 3, w4 other' Property, 'v.a.EVLLOt1ILD., So gsry..

5 *. 21 A. *tadt aad )tliisea will be opened in the city HAS on Laud a *[<1ended assortment of beauti- All work dune j\a the bout style! and ou the months after date, I will apply to the HOTEL property known to as tba FLORIDA against loss or damage by fire. : J. O. HOWARD, M-B,AnatorajJCRIAU

S 't4 St.&egtns, Fla un the 15th October next, ani unique JEWELRY of the latest hort&nt nolico [nu .29-1mJACKSONVILLE. SIX Judge of Probate:ot Duval County, fur ply HOUSE. For term apply S COLE HARRIS, M TX.:Physiology,
A. 11
lbf Mtai S. A MATHER hid Mist tvles and fashions, such as/ from the Kjecutorship. of the Zstato DIRECTORSJohn '
S t' ) OWNE.-5- -S GOLD GUARDS, FOB and VEST CIIAINSL'ARliIiUhS i discharge-., ,ft _t--i ir..... ,1. ,1. tVt < S Oranjjo Mill*.. P.Rutherford, | Robert Klots, S 5S X.B. RKED. M.D..MaterU Medica.
B S U1&
:4(3' !nst.refi; .will U chen in all the EnglUhaed FINGER-RINGS, Jitiecfilflt'nft1; : July AHIVMUva 13, IldU 1857,-6m 4 JAS. E. tItAN.S S hPhiloaSedgwictc, Alonzo A..Carrier, JOSEPH JONES.'Mli,Chemistry.
5js.i; Etudieiinu in the best Female Seminaries BREAST-PINS, ic-t : S Pr pOds r Albert.1.Gitlott, John B. Rutherford, JOSEPH-J. WESTfiLD,Demonstrator,

1eo rret A Latin and tluek.aiis all of which wUl be offered at the lowest prices .1'a4ins !. .Alvan TiIkiLA; Samuel. Jon S i.S. Tho Preliminary1 Coons 'Lectures wUleom;

'$ 2 k B. have spent several years in for CASH. FL. lEADING AD PURNISIIINGROSS Samuel T.Jones, : thelSthOctnberuiit. '. S
C.5eL r04t mancooa ,
- 5 xzt* iftacben, and they confidently invite B WATCIIKS, ie, repaired and warranted. HOUSE been lIE subscriber would respectfully inform all j4 that of tho Florida Rail JOHN P. RUl'HERFOREvPrwufcnf. ClTnlcal Lectarej wfH bo regularly delivered at
M having thoroughly repaired T TIES en portion
;: that ho
: ;; pa. Mr G with his experience for the last twenty- T who desire to cool A. J.GILLETT '
''eat ->rU. the patronage of Southern and newly painted, is now la comploto order persons nssortment of Fans Road extending from S-intaffce Rive to Pftdar scrclas-y the CITY 1IOSPITAL ,tht Institution i4|
in as practical WATCHMAKER, flatten ho has just received a large S L.MORUAX, General Agent.
feel juttiJSed eight
47 ts'&t.; ardeaBi; years far the accommodation of jiles-r4re invited. Persons accommodate over 100 patient
Key-HOUJO seventy
I .. lb best educational nJvantagoe to himself* 'le is fully oompetent to give entire comprising Matlstc, Clnamon, Saiidall and ) J. H.McRORY. JLgent;JacluvmtiUe,rJACKSOSVfLLK -
examine and further appytoJuly
very TRANSIENT OR PERMANENT I3OARS will be sold cheap at the disposed to contract can profilo specifications For particulars
5gizig have which
satisfaction to those who desire to their 11
5.d to their care, S'tLt DEES. one patcrns, at office atJOSEI'IJ Fernandioft. uromxe.a At JCol. 19 1831-3m J. U. HOWARD, Dean-
oar ,
p. Brtscan be ncelved with their(laugh.n watches, io"f paired in a workmaulike manner.AUpersoniharbig and table Jewelry Store of GEO.FLAG U. FINEQAN CO. .J.S.Samrcis, ( Capt.Charley Willey.Col. -
Teachers. good watclios which, bow With neat Room',attentive Servants, a / bra 3 doi. Genuine I'ariua Cologne. .Joha Croward, j Sam.'IN\nUiani,Esq Lii .
.f tbe tRY .STAULE.rllHEstibscriber
mtly Fla Dec. 8 1856.. dec.13-
A va with the best the market affords byunrend'ting Fcrnandina, [
a- for infctf laliuB with regard to Terms and oth ever, do ao( perform well, and are now out of supplied attention the of the proprietor ; e3, Summer's Block, Uay-sL Cot Henry-Timanua, | [March 7-MJ
be made to the order will do well to call on Mr. Grotho, whose on part
*r4 appllcatioo may ,
I appended I terms are "no cure to pay." to make all comfortable who favor him with a nrpeting. .Jlllbbfr Belting. : Trill keep con-
*' hose RErEBESCEB names Mr.G. avails himself of this opportunity to tender obtain call, uuJ a liberal by very share moderate of patronage charge. bo This hopes Homo to JILL.YTot.1: Half Wool and hemp Carpeting, Saw Mills,, Sogar Mils, Cotton 05ns, FOP Sale. ..L.tsntly on hand asappfy of good fnrubhed 11Q1.SES t?
his sincere thanks to the tilireus of this place and In ralm Car FOR S and BUaOLES ta fef. uoteyanc9
late of St. SJi of Three Ply
S > j Myers, Painfleld, X.J, is titufcted on the comer of Ocean and Munruo remnants Power and Stationary Engines &1.g boarded by tho
: line W M. Dorman, George Dart, Dr. anti Its 'Ieinity for the liberal patronage hitherto Streets, near tbe .center and convenient to the atlng, Velvet and Tapestry, Rugs, White and Rubber Packing,for sal by. 0 N E good Two-Gang aw any part of the country; Uons month' Bymodera*
bestowed on Lisa, and he hopes that by a deter and Stair Oil single feed, day, week*t
Forward JacksvnileT. SAMUEL KLtlS
Mattinpg. '
: !'t A tustine( ( Judge merit continuance of Business part of the town and to the differcat riskI! Mill complete, will) CIr u1a and GRISTMILL attention be hopes to gain
be will
S. Hon. B. K. Meade, iiiination to plea0 a for Cloths, tour .MatU, Ac. For sale at the Fund feb 7 Agent for the Boston Belting Co charges.and persona
k411-s123 Dr. I'ryo, Churches. The Stage will call at its bore attached and Ten Acres of Land nearacksonyi1lq. ... ------5--. f M ./>.n Ailaiusuti
belr confidence ar.d patronage. | july 14-iy ? SAMUEL ELLIS.OIX i saana oi u s e i -
fob iibcra paervinth.westparlofthetowU.
'o 'LVEh1 Eq. Petersburft Va.j Rer. Drs passengers wifehlng go weaL Private convey sire Rooms of ( ) : da'tid1cs. S :5 lloabohwtotfoK;

No-jre I >ft, Rlchmotid, Va;; Right Her. I JST RECEIVED PEtt SCHQOSERHEATON sacs, desired, famished the Proprietor. S One good weiltag house with Fifteen'Acres accommodation ePWagoners and Droves.

9 t Va,r'Rer.Dr. Vemendt N. Y | '1 S TEEMS-Pur day....*.,.... ..........91,5! Notic. Candles and Quit Drops just received of Land, adjoining Jacksonville. the 17-6 XEP.EDITI1.PF..4IISQNP
$ eUllA orers, p. D. Albany, K. Y., late ofI 100 barrels; Flour, S "Meek' from.............5to7.00 weeltn after date I shall apply bike lion FINE for Sole by One good Two-Gang Steam SAW Mill complete, no .5

AeZuat1.O ). Tier.A. W. Leland D. D. Calom C lihds. Stignr, HERCDITH PEARSON, O Oiicsr Hart, JuJge t>f Probate for the county S .P.WEBSTER k Co,. with Circular attached, agd To Thousand Acres S 5- Teeth

his, S. C.; 3 Lhde.Motasse S S S S Projtrit-tor. of DuvaJ {or*letters of.Administration 6n the Estate S 4pe4eariss., of Lanil, oa the Nassau River, Ffov For tie
jptostbrt of Elljiiboth'S.Uoiuton deceased 1 Three desirable Lots in the (sown of Jackson and beauUfvteg teeth
tOO bosax S S SI \DONTtKB for cleaning
MARTIN STEVENS 0th 1857. JOhN C.ILOUSTOY.ii4ice. Tul. ,
May ? Garden S
barrels Hair S Seeds \J andbieath. 5
Seventy'flve Acres ef Lapd on Trout Creek. do .do
) bnrrek PI.ter, : itbiitct-nia1 S -"isunaiien Seod* -a large lot just receiv Six llnn
'** WinWflftl *TIWW BB Above tobo hiiin reasonable forms.J.5Bflw4Iw .L edandtoSalost6l-4eentaperpaper'S on the Ahapopka Laka. ..Thi bat vpnld make a Charcoal .. do da 44
Co1on genuine : A SON.p E.. P. WEBSTER 4 Co,, valuablo Sugar. .Cotton Plantation '
> < 5n j .flcnn a ; ,Jacksonville, ia. S or ,do da i
te. OoMt BelCologne} qts 11-tf] Corn B lsaJo i & FowarJing Merchants S April llth. 1857. fUggUt9. The Above property or nny part of tike tune, Chlorine brushes ai grenUrlety *i4?! fices. S
S PerI Tooth ,
.IIAVINO opeed asbop cithe HIIIE subscriber having/cmovcd to S will Ii sold on reasonable terms. > Ieonuupa
5 v & do 40 >1* Tl'JtUSU GAWDIiV $I1..I$1 assortment fine aa<
a large
da SAI Hairdj
Pt.tlie block I business with Swart.Kjq. JOSEPH '
stioets4JoinIng .zmndinihaaletLhla Appl/to
4 Co' aio superior TTST received a full assortment of Fresh Gsr 5 .1 : at prices 25 eU to II SO SS
1Wcb f& & 5- fine Loll the
pleasantly situated
_- S ii c4 of the Post-office, js prepared All indebted to him by note or open 'P\FO Fernandini,Fla., MaroV14-1837-tf 1LP.WEBSTIBaLCO.,
J den Seeds tbich will sold at 61-4 ..; : -
M' r4a.jiea i. !
S of the town. to _
center 4pplji -
soillbr.thoUaIc all ordom in his fina of bnsioosf call on his Attorney before 4
execute will
S to account, please S : and Retail XTrnggljJr So. 3, Hoeg
$i aiO1... :.. paper by : SAMUEL ELLISTS with dispatoh. He trill repair all kinds of Fur- ,Wednesday 23 J of this month,otherwise boll) S S V JOSEPH F. ROQERO,office Trusses f 'Trusses I -S ,4inbisi'iRa'Wholesale -* .5 [aug AA 1857.

Lnbth ExtracU si.o .. Mr4i SOFrIc1ri4fLF p'lture, and make all SUCD as our, Lumber will afford notes aol accounts are ordered to bo' iodiscrUninJaely JaeksonlTell S March 7/lSa6.5 Florida Jf ews of Doable and Single.Hermia' Tmssos 5-

M14.r't: dk -"lit 'Waehftands, Safe/, Table, \VarJrobfiC put lo suit TU03 MoMILLAU, A for sate from Sl,50 to *500t"Web*

.. .I, WthlOO5 CQ'rouct C, jiiit ROAD co.: ) tf v.and will aU'o repair Umbrella, Para.Boler. Jacksonvina, Sept. S, l857Tm) A.Bay AVaterSnperiqr ,- -' r ilCo., ehoap Ko. SHofg .Amblpr'a up Uo w.Auusl : jsa$ S
JACa1ONTILLE, May S 157., { Uetar..Violbs,4o. Orders Pea poetmullf S .cIESII Congress !'aterntL.aed ,
291357. ;
; Water Annual S meeting. The BtockUJdcTs of the Pta olicited. Sept 6, 1857.S 1. articla, Bay Water, joat recelred"wdforial .J receifed from tba Sprint Sale at ib*
. Water. All for wto tt tboA (.luIfCantad Rail Road -. .5 A' by Webnter.4 Co. CUy DrugStore .E.'F. VLflSTER I Co.
--- -IT 1l .1f Atlantic A Co.are request Ne Tork Board of"Underwriters. City.Drug Store,
S tyPrtlg si4 jemicsl Store.r S *e to meet at the Cotnponys Offioo/in this pi wee at WIiiskc.randQ1WARRANTED ohc.t S Agency S y Apt.Jitts -
-S wE1tsriweOo1'S 10 o'clock A- M. oa the first* Tuesday in Junonetf to force.--the MOUSTACHg iiji S. S Sflou NOTIC'C. SALE.E : : S

fl( L L-i.t--- -' M per requirement of the Charter. to grow strong and lux- absence from the city
ZA .5 J floImes, 1 S J:. 8. BALDWIN President, uncut ia one month where there WM non before.Jt'wiirnot SOUTH CAROLINA, ,br .'attended'to by WUliam P.Deweei V/ others, are requested to report si U ilaiiae rrnL wellkDOTr Bi.be wwerlot*t Cawir*'before UM ta t

100 Wflra4,1-i G.O GIDHS, Secretary/ stalaior injjire the ckin. 91 per bottle. att.ento eharUrinjr Vessels for Liwz Esa., trho {a authorized to receive nd thenderslzned byfesara. of.Bay and Pino Street Afly -
enIa:jttention to i May,6.185T Sent to all parts of the.country on receipt .WILL Cttttert" ,Jadwonville-t* load for receipt'of money'due us" SS sept i/1836-tf/ o. a aiB.s; fire en the to corner. Sr J'.A.BABBSE

Wtt t5tne Lumber, Sn of.price. I1eoIjfruuikbig, $5.flr Sonthen Ports Jhe Jovcsl rates.: BLOODdOOD BOUSE.M Agent N.Y. Board of Cnderwriter soon $537ff5 ""
Sfl--- S s S _1 Tile (South Housewife. I P..S11LTO\'SS I Kortbsrn or > aj Ts.ekoavfl1D..5Au222i 1&dt L inIlitait .: ; ) S S 55

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