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The East Floridian
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Title: The East Floridian
Uniform Title: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)
Alternate title: Weekly East Floridian
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. H. Babcock
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1860
Publication Date: 1859-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 26, 1859)-
General Note: "Democratic" 1860.
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, From tho Charleston Courier.

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f emarks of Hon. Jos, Lane,

....... SE.ArE, DEC. 19, 1859.

"Mr. LxSR N raid;
I was ufrtun'te. Mir; Presi'aent, in not
4 eaertig thcjoilit which was submitted by
the Sen'lator fi ot' Ohito in the course of lhis.
speech to the Nortihern dem,.ciatic Sena-
ts:. I noticed that tl'Senator from
t libis.inia rose and responded, but I did
+hot pear what wa- the question submitted,
S*' Mir. PUi. The question which I pro-
posed, referring, to the statemeili con-
, i. gained in the speech of.th' rfri Fri
**' talife-i_,-nji.-b-frlassValley, was% whether
the other den.icratic Sienatkrs ',trf the
-.__ non-slavv-hilding Slites held- the position
AVi l t att. any inan who ente~ains Judge-
t Doguglas's opinionis or mine, for they es-
% ch'tially differ in some tinggs, as to tho
power ol# Territorial Legislature, was
kinfitto sit at the, head of the Committee
on Territories, or to bflteceived into the
ranks of the denifi|c par'y-whether
it. wa4 a cause of e clusion
Mr, LANE,, Mr. President, I desire.to
ay to the)enator that it is not tmy pur
pose to describe% rules or a platform of
principles for the democratic paRW. I had
nothing to do with displacing. J'uidge Dou-
glasrfrom his position as chairman oft the
Cj9uittee on Territories ; but I will say.
to my friend from Ohio that I have very
great repeat fo" him, and that I have no
doubt there are many good' democrats- in
the Northern States who do not agree
wiPamo upon the territorial question.. IL
would not say that any of them who die-
agrees wvith me, and holds different princi-
ples on that point, is not a good democrat;
nor do I pretend to say that the fact that
Judge Douglas holds the views or opinions
he does on this point would have been a
good reason with me for opposing his elec-
tion to the chairmanship of the Committee
or-Territonaes. He had been displaced be-
fore I became a member-of this body ; it
! was done, by democratic Senators, whose
i devotion to the Constitution, the Union,
the6 rights of the States no man will under-
take togainsay, r
w he I Am up, Mr. President, I will
say that I have my views in relation to
the territorial question, and I am sorry to
find that they differ very niateiially from
those of my friend from Ohio ; but I am
sure lie is a good democrat. There is no
doubt about that; and I know I am a
good democrat. Then, sir, how can T un.
dertake to say that gentlemen, diffring in
opinion on the territorial question, shalI
trot act togefcer.,as democrats, when the
salvation of our country depends upon the
succets of the democrafticparty ? I think
lfi that the principles of the democratic part
ari the true principles of this government,
1[ and khley rm t be maintained, they cannot
15e-compremised. Seeing and feeling, as I
_jfi".^l. Otitincc of unien, on the part

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'**r j., .

F'rom the Waynesboro' News, Feb. 8.
Lamentable Tragedy.,

On last Monday afternoon a miost la-
mentaible tragedy was enacted in and near.
otir town. Mr. John B. Owen, a respect-
ed citizen, was shot dead in front of his
store, the ball passing -through his heart,
by a Mr. John Walker, a Sotth parq|-,
nian, who has resided for the past ytar in
our 'County. Mr. Walker, We heir,
stood within four feet of Mr. wen ihen
he discharged his p'itol, which as &
Oolt"s rep'eater; he made two attempts-,
first time his pistol snapped or nmissed
fire--the second was more unfortuniate..
Me. W. left for, his home, about
mi.es distant, immediately after the occur-
rence, whither he .as pursued by an arm-'
ed posste, with the sheriff it their" heda
we mention armed, for the reason ha was
first apiproached by an Unarmed party, to
wvhon lie re.sed to deliver himself, threat-
ening death to all. On the arrival of the
posse at his house, Mr. Walker fled to the
woods, and, for the time, eluded the .pur-
suit ; but, thaving ieturne-i to his house
jesL asEthe posse were lo^ g :i-.. .
so imprudent as" to sho imsdlt-in i Jak -:
"(so e..h.er rfeam seve'a' of"the pa
"" .di .^pe- ^ ^ entia ".: Bael;' -" ; -


Sim Hinbo et Put6 iihil Hnannim Alienuinm a Me.


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tion of thik country, ndI'not hold that the
territory belong'l7tO' tht North, to free
labor, or to the Somtal, t lave labor for
it is n,.t in. It belongspe uallytto all all
'olljehau have an equol' right in-it.; and I
would oubmit to no wfongtroMn th6 Soath.
Being a Nulicrnu i. T would siibni-t 'to
IThling t i& 1g-,-rhe its of the
L ..n ite Ter)r qsofti

nL 19l 1 -''" -t e p l t
A a, aL:

Dr. WI J. Keitt BrutaIly Murdered
On Sunday morning last, our communi-
ty was thrown into a state of intense ex
citement by the announcement of the
death of DiA. W. J. Keitt, one of the- most
talented citizens of Florida, and our Sena-
tor in thle State Legislature, He had been
living by himself on his plantation, about
three miles from Ocal, and had been in
ill health for some time past. Early in
fof his servats who had

yagl^tWr ry w asg hfisJil dne, c'ame

ountd t~hat 4 he had been most brutally mur:
dcered by one or mor'e of his owni'n~egrpcs
nt on thegroes, -ba
tion -_anifes.ted to in l llUSo
but,'wyhe view': of _ob.w MM
against others who are supsoon
plioated, he was dbriut st tojai yhure
,,tllers on jA'tibm suspicions rests The
matter i. undeigoinig fur'lhet investigation
as we go to preso and we arts therefore
unable to give the result
Dr. Keitt was a native of South Oaro-
lina, and a hrother of tile H..n. L. M.
Keibt, the brilliant Senator of that State
wh,.aashe nobly battledb fg r the rights of
the Suuo in th halls of Congress. The
deceased moved to his State about six
),:ars ao,b an~l hI',d sxo iijcntilief.1 hinist-f
wDth hKe iitL 'was at render hif i I dath a
public calamity.--F,'/iq..j,.te. Cou iilation.
Tlilrlnd g 'em of the lKaw.
The Knickerbocker for this nonth, tells
a good story, none the lesd. enjoyable for
being thle iost palatable hit of the way
in which 'Jones,' the 'clever fellow' of a
Republican newspaper establishment, 'got

out' the Genius, on an occasion of emer-
gency, when the editor, who was a lawyer
was detained away'from home in a law-
suit. Editor writes to Jones, who was a
Democrat, and of course disliked the poli-
ticg of .he sheet:
PosrvrInrE, Oct. 2, 1859.
Dear Jones :-0an't cduie till tnorning.
Get out-the !.)stH ,.,r you can. Write
short articles and stir u p tho party for
not giving their organs more assiStAnce.
P. S.--By the editor; Ba eriphatic,
Jones I Touch 'cm on the raw.
phe per 0%owe-l iii exis4telteiA ., the ll,-,

G1,1 ,ai app,.ared4 withli l? f.,lloivinz edi-
toui:il F'om the pren ,4,fJones.
--THE Nuilit.-We admire him., We
like him. We lh.ve him. We V'"I:, for
him. We hIratiiti one idea,_,.mon .at is
nigger. WAV,! Ifr., but one drnes: i.J that
is ditto. We pregmah but froiu.hex.e text,

and Lhai is ditto. \ W sing bu. oi m song,
anri that is ditto. We fplv bu ",n6-tune,
and that is dirto, +We go our full, length
on nigger. We are all over ditto.- WVe
ire dittoin thie morning. WeA ,f t *F't
noon. Wo are ditto at night. We A iO'e
ditto all the time. We live orf ditto. We
sleep on ditto. We'll die on ditto. And
Plt iroitld, liju believe, il, reader, 'The
Genis' don't pay 0*
Next morning enter 'iiruriite,!|^or;e-
tor, 'You infernal ,'oiirI !' he roaredV'
Jones evaporated. Stopped'by editor just
coming in. 'Jones,' says the editor, shak-,
ing the pal~or at him, 'look here what
have you d.,ne ?' ,
'Reckon.I've touched 'era on the raw,'
says Jones.
'You're killed the paper,' cried the pro-
,You've ruined ne /' exclaimed the edi-
*It is a little ermphatic !' savs Jones.
Finale--Rush of Democrats and Repub-
icans to printing office. Fortner exul-
tant. iattier savage beyond bounds. Jones'
relieved firom rdrther assisting in the edi-
torial department of that paper and set
lip by-the Democrats as editor of a new
Denocratic paper then aind there started,
n view of Jones' manifest ability to 'stir
em up, and touch 'era on the raw.'
.Abolltr'nisls.--We omitted to mention
.ooner that our 4~ast County Court, at
the suggestion of Solicitor Rea^, had a
nan before them by the name. of Frank-

in Davis. from Ferrelltown, ten miles
north of dharlIotte, for utterinig inendiary
language. WO learn that a nest of abolit-
onists reside in that part of the country,
and that a man by the name or Edwards
s the head man, Since the arrest of
Davis, We learn that they have been hold
ng prayer meetings for him. We have
heard of the character of that quarter, of
the county before, but Mr. Davis is the
first man that has been arrested.
[Asheville (Xr. C.) Whig.
Conspiracy.--A conspiracy has just
come to light in Providnce, R. I., where-I
n it was shown that a woman, with her
laughter and son-in-law, had brought a
charge of an infamous crime against her
,usbind." They hopeOd to have the hus-
hand and father convicted arid sent to the
State prison, and so acquire possession of
his property. The daughter, however,
when brought into Court, swo,'e that ihe
charge was false, and 'hit slie 'mado it
under threats from parliei before named,
whu were at once commiued, to take their
Vrial for peijiry.


'Tis very small, that snowy hand,
So pretty and so fair ;
'Ti very sweet to feel it glide
So gently through ms" hair.
'Tis more than bliss to feel its gldV
When retled cl.-se in mine ;
And hear her inurImiur 'thine.'
They're very blue-those pretty eyes-
So lull of Iove and light,
Like stars upon a cloudless sky,
"To glorify the nighl.
nd uh Al"v '.iv 'y''-
.:. TI hose beau -(e'o s oriaq aw a e,-
And,-k tow t i;" r
'' '$ nlie's rromt 01 b to'-m e. .. .
9' .' "- "*hit ," -
. 'Ti'Srboaii~iiful; thtiat ve;,-t onh :- *^^' '-;

*Tis vefy swe-hirsy mouth-
W it hll coral lips o :' -- ...
There is no fl.we'.alfso fair ...
"" i *.',. .4 r .,. ;k

W ihin .ga,,rdten bed.. .... ; "" :
T4e*ulo tones that issue frora
T hati osy t hof souund"- ..
The smile that hovers loving ,
Those darling lips around-




ment-- I r the'Slaite in lthac.,ina;iign, and I made
Mr. PUGQH. The Senator has ^^^^^ie point clearly that, in my judgment, all
tweert me and the Senator frum ."i -, States of this Union had an equal
f will de~to that with him. \Ve can l iit. andlal their citizens had an equal
have the statute of N.ew Mexico here. inereist thie Territories-drights that
Mr. BaqjvN, Very, well. .I assert that cottlt i n* nur must not be infringed or
the laws' which protect dry goods; and violated. The democracy of that State
the laws which protect animal property, triumphed, and, by their votes at the bal'
do not establish such things in the terri- lot-box, endorsed that great principle-
tory as property ; but all these things one that must be maintained, one that
come in, Under the guarantees ot the don- cannot be violated ; for on that great prin-
stitution, as properly, and, being thare, ciple of equality of the States in every-
they are protected, as a matter of course ; thing that belongs to the general Gove~rn-
and All that the territorial legislature of meant the happiness of this country de,
New Mexico has done is simply to protect pends.
that, as property, which went there under Mr. BRowN. Mr. President, i rise to
the guarantees of the Vonstitution. express the deep gratification which I feel
Mr. LANE. Mr. President, it is not my at having listened to the speech of the
V rpose to discuss this territorial ques- Senator ftonm Oregon. There is in itinore
tion, I am tired of it ; the country is ofoonservatism, more of genuine national-
tired of it ;1 and t hope thd discussion of ity, more of that broad sentimient which
it will soon cease; but it is so essential, covers this whole country, than in any
iu my judgment, that justice and right speech which I have heard pronotunced in
prevail, that I feel it my duty to give my the Senate during the present-sssion, and
views in relation to the rights of all the I perhaps should not be extravagant if I
states of this country in a territory, white said-more than rI have heard during half a
it remains in a territorial condition. I dozen sessions.
have heard gentlemen, Senators and others,
talk about the value of the Union and Swindler-Hand Him Around,-One
their devotion to it. No man loves it who called himself Charles Elliott, in this
more than 1,.do. and no one would make city, and acting agent for two .others, has
greater acrincv,., to maintain and preserve gone South, processing to be a great vio-
the Union. i wo.ild do it at the moment linist. He swindled a number -of us of"
when the &.)untry requiress it. att hlie ex- considerable bills, an-1 left for Ch.irlottes-
pense of every drol., of blood ; but to ville. Va., and oilier S.jutiieln cities. Ha
maintain thiat Ulion;-.the Contitution is a stout, thick set individual, ,vith a
must be maintained in itsh r.iin its let. round hea-., full f,,., a' ,l a suAll black
ler, and in its meaning. Tli, e cip es f mustacheche. We pr,:.-ullie his purposesare
justice and equality must preti-: this not c.minndalao at leoia. Hand him
country, o,' there can be no Uiii1 Sir. around .--Alexan,:ria G.tze/le.
aiL much as I Iove this Union. as miiL,' I
am devoted to it-and no one is m,,re.. Loafiig.-'l here is no sight su repulsive
thatn myself[- would not ask to hive tm8> .an habitua.L loafer ; forever hanging
Union maintained by the violation of the WiFl'd drinking salons, and wearing away
ConsiLitlion itself If the Northern th ,jyen hours of lir' in lnmeanless phan-
Stales uf this Confederacy eould not have tasy, .Wwoun a thought for anything ex-

I^ia' adm a 're. to, Il producti -
,?ST ,*f ...'-**'i ."t' '* -"
:i :"|0nll< rch' n- .rttiniternia rechrgures.
x dglto tliat &live labor coyd be

-'fit o^iHld 3.prof'ltably used there (or tlil
ed~i'tt~tlorn- co~tton.' T"aw tlhe cott,,r
'* Helds.on Clhi Gila in 0l64"wintor' of 1848
I picked the db~tton out o[ the bulls, e.x
':dmined i.ts quality' and textuft', and found
it LO be fine." Cot'toq can be grown and
produced there in abunlance. Beside
thlie'utton, elave labor couldI be used profi
tably in ilm mines uf that region, nind i
agricuht1ral pursuits. Th1t being the
cea ne, re presenting, as I ,do. a N,.y'hern
Seat,,, t.(leeteI I tile ,l-i.,clacy 1.A,
Northern State, I could not for one moe
ment o Ansent that the p people of the South
should .rush out there as soon as a terri
trial government was organized, get pos-
session of tile legislature, and, by a system
of fl'i'riedly legislation or unequal taxa
tion, undertake to6kU6p1t)ll people of the
North out of that territory. We wou01d
not submit to it at all ; we would say at
once they have no right to pass such laws
and I believe any honest court, such a one
as would be sent to that territory. ,'duld
decide such enactments invalid, as vioia-
-.ting that principle of equality of States
upon which this government must rest.
The principle of equality of States must
be maintained. TlTeir equal right i tlte
territories is so clear to my mind that I
cannot imagine how any gentleman can
gainsay it- .'rhe territory is the common
property of all the States, and I am sure
that the Northern people would not sub-
mit to any such system of taxation, or any
- h- e, -.1e a iox* in- A territory, as would
exclude them. The Norther'n democracy
are just; and, while they would not sub-
mit to that course of policy on the part of
the South, they would not attempt to ex-
,elude the South by a system to which
they would not sutmnit themselves.
Mr. PUGH. I desire to correct the Sena-
tor from Or 'gon. Iam certainly surprised,
jJter the l ?eat pains I undertook to ex-
pressomy opinions, to hear the Setiaur
reiterate the assertion of the Senator from
California, that I had itlare' In%', "pinion
that it was proper..' 'ist,'- rivht, or
even 'corpetal, for a t.Lrritt,.r l1 cl.]^ida-
tdre, by" a meTBndirect.fcit"^)-'"unequal
taxation- , 'restrictions on the right .of
suffrag", or anything of that sort, to'pre"
vent emigration, or to give the people wi
mtnigrate froum'one section of the co19lW
an advantage o&1" those who "eii1H
from anrother,- 1 explained what I l '.
on that point.t While rny friend from,
Oregon probably did not hear me, I think
it extrarordirary, after p corrected the
Senator from California twidd or thrice,
that,t should be reiterated, I do not be-
lieve in any of these doctrines of unfriend-
ly legislation, as you expound it-I never
did. If the people of the Southern Stales
are Ontitledi under the Constitution, or
otherwise, to this right, show me the right,
and I am opposed to all attempts to evade
the question.
Mr. LANE." I understood the Senator
from Oh~o, in response to the Senator from
MIississippi, to say that the right was in the
people ofa tenitory to establish or pro-
'hibit- El ye ry.
Mr. PtfrK Yes, sir.' .
Mr.LANE. A! nd to regulate their own
domestic policy k their OWii way, ip all
respects. *
Mr. PUG&H. I think-jthey have a rigbt
to do precisely what the, territorial legis-
lature of Oregou did, and wha was after-
wards affirmed by act, of Congress ; they
exclude slavery th~ere.
Mr/I. LANE, W ell, Mr. P residentit, de
sire to say that I do not believe that the
people of a territory have a right t elude or establish or abolish slavery. 'o"
such rtght is conferi-ed on them by the
constitution. I recognize the principle of
equality of the. States--theftr equal right
in'the territories. Any man has a right
to go fr~om any State of the Union into the
common territories of, this govnirnment,
and I take with him what is recognized as
property in the State from whence he
goes, and to hold it in ,the territory while
the territorial condition remains ; and
whien the pe,,ple ot the territory conie to
form a Stale guv,.rniient they) have a rights
td say whether tle State flhall be slave-
holdhng or nlon-slaveholdingi and as they
decide, it is the duty of-Congress to admit

them. But I hold that the people of a
territory have not a right to prohibit sla-
very, and I would not agree tliat they
have a right to establish it; because the
territory is the common property of all
the States of this Union and every man,
as I said before, has a right to go there

F, of all
khor or

party. ,-i.d I

and.-.;i064," ^n'

dead." ; iW"&','. Ai... ""tM eroe ,o e
recital of the melawp'ly; af.air. bar. ..tbiur::ptl ^
same deathly inesseiter ...ich .called .,
erring parent to his Masters throne,-. .
wduniled the loving wite and mother, and-
hkewise summoned une tif their innocent
Tle !title child hal rtdirned without ,
being perceived. The shot that struck:
down the unfortunate innocent, had en.
termed at the door, passing quite through
the house. We accompanied the attend- .A-
ing physician-but just here let us pay a
.deerving tribute to that se. whom many .
of ours are too apt to spea*- f.only in dis-
paragement. Iere, with that devotion pe-
culiar to it alone, when danger--deth,
threatened the object oflher love" and that
object with hands but just imbrued in the
blood ol a fellow mortal; who, when she
heard the stern voices of the a rmed officers
ofjustice, in accents not to be mistaken,
warning her of, the danger s40 incurring, in clinging to a man tvho wis
approaching them with such desperat In-'
teut ; who, yet with a still fond devotion,
clung ro guard him, whoml, until thenI, s4e4
etisel"f had been accustomed to look uplto -
ur protection. But the cji.ld-we leaned !
^^g~r*?-lt' c.uc~i f aniuy-g a n--' ve-r-y -
jl0MVlillyjVg~qW uiJ eah pynful gasp, un- i
ti-t-1.a inneimnost luuintain's of our heart; ,
were toutcheJ, and all uikno%% i 'k -6
fell upon its 'pale cheel%-';S. t we, r
turned awa,. Pour, te.nrie lbate, t.g.n-
tli spirit in its purity, Ias 'ere this, wing-
ed its, flight to thy Cr,,ator'* throne.
where, yewn now. tlhu may'stA be pleading
with thy He'avenly Fath.er_, Pz r, him who
che theed hlle r le bel-,-A: May you not
Il.,l.-ad in v.IIn. May the Almighty console
and protect the, bereaved mourqp; W Iva'
draw the veil. \. "
Silkc`gugin to press, wio l.irn the"fol- .""'
-lowing farther and more minute particular ::
'of the occun-rece at the house, from the '
officer and, posse;& .,'
On approaching the dwelling of MA.4 "
Walker, lie ,_Wa lk-er) camro.uqt fmin the .
yard and defiede hem, and after reas6oing ..
,.vuli hira on the propriety of sunienduring "
to the law peaceably, and he still refusing'
defiantly,' it was proposed to surround him
and he fled to the woods, Pursued by the"
poese, where they could not.fulidv him;. ,
They had returned to his dwelling, and
were discussing the lneans t0+secure his *
arrest, when he, having returned ,to the !
lmuse, came out with his gun in hand"
again defying i hem; aald being again im-
portuued to-give up, he still defied them,'
and presented 1vi+*. I. 'lti, L he dec ati ,
'tion, 'D-n you, it vu will not fire, I 1
wvill.'' At this junetge, three barrels
were fired from tme pose, which resulted
in h is d e a tft
Never but once before, did. auy'human.
being ever meet a. violent death within
our incorporated limits. .

0 Mr. LANK. No power io establish it,. to slatei. states
a- and no power to prohibit it ; but that pro- have e file it
Sporty goes (thre like all other property. rermait I o n i and
; on an equal footing with other property ; when cuiita I;it 1t coma to
- ad Whilethe terr~ory i- in a territorial forma .a oil tI It is their
Y" condition, it has that protection which the right tnos..1-"T'f t
I Constitution extends to It, and which an asthey right tot
a honest court would give It, and the corn- be a'Jd.'ta,1 "tTiey shall
Smuln laV of the co, ntry secures toiit. -decide" .
I Mr. BIowN. AIllw me to interposo at T did no llni^ O anything
a at this p,,nt. If I ui,,lerstan.l the point oni tifit te l ,. -i_'111 sh,,uld
I between the two SenmmurQ. I w,),,IlI ,,lve not have sa J ., wvord on tIcccasion but
I it iI thiii wAIy; i., S.mIohl en State lits that I hieard1 .' iV "- .t$,fr some que,-
- ever claimed tha: either Congress or a-ter- li ll wich wis pr, 11tiiid :Y [the? h.n,'or-
I ritorial legislature was to establish 1slvery able Senator from 01J.-i, t-., winch the hon-
in a territory, but that slave property, like orable Senator, fromli31i.r_:,ti ruse to res-
- any other property, went there under the pond, and I desired to know what the
Constitution as a matter of course, and ,1u.1il.,n was- so that I, too, might; res-
being there, it was entitled to the same pond. I say again to the Smnator that the
pr,(evtitn as any other property, and to democracy of the North dider in opinion
tiaave it froni whatever power gave protec- upon this question. I '-gret it. I can
tion to other people's property, whether it agreo with him, and with our old friend
came from the legislature or from the Douglas-for they are botl, good demo-
courts, Nobody, as I understand my own crats-upon all essentialquestions, this
people, &ertairilv awl I lrderstand myself, only excepted. They will loth labor to
has ever claimed that this government was prevent the election of a sectional man to
in any way bound to establish slavery in the tep-:., I,-y, and will, I hive no doubt,
a territory ; but we say slaves are p r,,li,:r- do all in their power to secure the election
ty under the Constitution, and go ; ;,r.j- of the nominee of the Charleston Conven,
perty iio anytluing else tW a territory, tion. Bth love this Union; they stand
and there receive protection as other pro- upon the principle of right as they under-
perty. That is all. st-and il; but I must differ f!'om them as to
Mr. PUGH., That is a mere verbal cri- the power of the people in a Territory,
ticism on the word establishh ;" f say any while in a territorial condition; but, as I
law to maintain it; protect-it, give it fore said before, they will, I have no doubt,
or effect, is establishing it,'aedording to labo,1 faithfully with the democracy to s. -
every di,__L n,,,'y. :. ..... ,t l' e th- a.letilo f a } t non iircia---u' -r-l-
M r. Bit,)'.vN. Not at all. t h: ,iL:;t,jn Convention. ,
Mr. PUGH. But the question I want to N w, sir, I hope the Aenator from Ohioi
ask the Seniator fromnOregon is this : I is satisfied with my position as to tho T..ir-
unders'itand, him 'now tif-ay that a terri- ritories, and also with the' fact that I re-
torial legislature has. no power to establish cognise hirn as a good democrat, because I
slavery. Now, gernane ueto the resolution know him to be sO, and I know lie will
which I have offered, will the honorable not dispute my democracy because I hap-
Senator vote to abrogate) so much of the pen to differ with him in opinion upon a
laws of Nuw Mexico as establish slavery, matter that I regard. as essential to the
on, Ihe ground that they ac wholly void ? *','ac'?o. and harrnony uf tl,.',u,,,,'." '
'Mr. I,%\'4# Mr. President- !- I will say,'before I take my seat, that
Mr. BROWN. I protest against the as-")this question %ra! iniiei, our late election
sumption of !he Senator f,."I (. hlp i l O, 0, i .a/i, (,ok _ynh active iteaIlr I
there are anyy laws in Neli .'i pb- ,in it; and iA requ'r.t Ite labor of sound
lI-Ii~jia--lavery- I deny'his prIo", it, democrats te're t> secure.the election of,
:11i l as5etI t hat there are no such laws; a reliable nat*n161l n11 min to rtprvient hl.rt
but I do assert, on the contrary, that sla- State in this Cuiir-4s. TLi.heQii,.rjw
very went lhvli under the Constituton. plainly a.d 'iaji" ii t r '',t"""
It went as h-,rmwient, as cows went, as o-f 0Oregon, I!' rin.*ev vry :. I'-w iL "t I I
dr-y goods w-eli~as any other property member who. represents that State in the
went, and then the legislature, in discharge uther branch of (honigress E ale before the
of aI solemn, duty, enacted laws for its pro- people e took the ground that the citi.
tection. The law yhich protects a thing zens of all the States had equal rights in
already carried into a territory, under thie the Territories, and the North had no
guaratitees of the Constitution, does not right to infrijfgegqhe rights of the South,
establish it there. Now, sir, i tor from Oregon will allow me for one me- North. s ne-ri.N every countv

I"rf^ '^-.u/;^c,11^-tt-,' .,-.. ..

ll..,A-th6, go i thu i-stick,"
`*ionirehsi and Kings tluir appehmes

'thley lt'now that with Liberty types have
been wed,
And visions, they see of their thrones
blood red,
[d '": As they tremblitigly bow ai tlhe click-
i + click,
Of putting up types in the stickk,"
Cliek-^cl ick,
ido-the types in the "'stick,"
States, Rulers and Monarchies, Pachas and
tie Poet, the Painter, the Minstrel that
,' sings,
tlavo a most !;holy horror" of these little
Of the noise that they make with their
Whe~jeltting them in the "stick,"

Are s,,fter than the distant strain
Ofilie gondil'er's song ;
Is 1-rilightr than light, of stars,
\Viien nights are daik and Ion-.
.Tis sweet t..) kn..0w tihat Ihoso dear
Were pressed by none before ;
That all their kisses are reserved
For Willie evermore.
:1l' .ry soft-that dark brown ha
That floats in many a curl
Upon her dainty shoulders fair,
And round her neck of pearl.
The little waist, the rounded arm,
Tho hand, the cheek and eyes,
.)lkls Kate just the sweetest girl
'Nea lI Carolina skies.
A Strange Dream,



Some months since, the Vicksburg
Whig, published a letter giving a descrip-
tion'of a most remarkable dream Mr. Cal-
houn had, about the yaar 1830, when -the
COmprdmis'epmeasures were u'nIer debate
in the 1Uniter)States Senate, We clipped it
~ain, ald f.,r iii rivid'itl
m'ijiHpb- be preserved. The d nu.
--Oate-.1 by Mr. h.:.un h -
sellf. l.MR1^ it was so or riot, is not
here thl ,.T, tti : t o
At a late hour last night, as I was sit-
ting in my 'room writing, I was surprised
'th10 very unceremo.ndOius eftrane- of a
visitor, wfi6 came in air took a. seat be-
gide me. "
I was In.,-a ,.\,1, as I had given
strict (.,'l,-'W tlie -e,'vry ts'hat I'should,
onto account, be (disturbed.
The manner in which ho entered-;-per-
fectly self possessed-taking a 'seat oppoo-
site me, without a word-no salutation.
no apology--s though my ioom and all
within ,el..)nged to him. excited in me as
much surprise as indignation. As I rais-
ed my head to l6--k at him over the top
+tuf mm sh:i.lo.1 I imp, I d l',.e'ed that he
was wrapped in a thin cloak, which com-
pletely hid his ft.-aiirvg I'i'nl. my, vieoW,
and, as Iraised my head, he spoke':*
'What are you Chitinnz, Sena-tor from
South Carolina I did not think of his
impertinence at first, but answered him
involuntarily-.'I am dratwing up a plan
for the dissolution of the American Union,'"
To this the intruderereplied in the coolest
manner possiblel: ... '*.
'Senator from South Car6oine,-will you
allow me to look at your right hattd ?'
lie aro-e, and as he' did so, the cloak
fell. I beheld--Great God gentlemen I I
beheld the form of George Washingtoo !
As though I had no p;jwer to resist, I
exte,,dLd yiV right harand, I felt; alstrange
chill pervade me at his touch--he grasped
it and held it near the light, thus afford-
-ing me fulf time to examine every feature
of his. face, and particularly of his person.
It was the face of Washington, and he was
dressed in the uniform of the revolution.
After holding my hand four a mtomenrt,
looking steadily at me, he said ill a q uiet
'And with this tight h and,Senator from

South Carolina, you would sign your iame
to a paper declaring the Union dissolv;
ed ?' k
.'Yes,. saidI, 'if a certain contingency
arises, I will.' Jtst at this moment a
black blotch appeared on the back of my
hand ; I seem to see it even now 'What
is that?' cried I in alarm, 'why, is that
black spot on my hand 7'
'ThatI' said he dropping my hand, 'is
the mark by which Benedict Arnold is
known in the next world!'
He said no more,, but drew from be-
neath his cloak an object which he placed
upon the table, on the very paper on
which I had been Writing." The object,
gentlemen, was a skeleton !
,There.' said Ile with emphasis, 'there
arc tho bones of Isaac Hayne, who was
hung by tlhe British in Charleston. He
gave hii life to establish the Union. And
when vou sign 'ur namo to ea declaration
ofrdigsoluiion, you may as well have the
bonLs uf Isaac IIayne before. you. He
wa.o a "Uuth Carounian, anad so' at* you ;


"DurO., fnnn 4R k

. -- ..'s.-

BDureIaUDi U wainU ,
I. I AID '*'*
On Friday afternoon of last. week, iha
wife of Mr. S. B. WR> Stephens,- o :,thi s'
county, was so severely b'urifted as to cause
her death if a few hours.. Her, hlsbapd
was absent at the time, and a fire in the
woods. adjoining tis farm threatening the
destruction of Wn1i.eofhis property, Mrs;
Stephens, aided by a negro oman, .*P-!
tempted to put it out. TIn her efforts to
extinguish the fire her clothing came Iin"
contact with it, and was in a blaze before
she was aware of the dangrprI She *Ia ,
attempted to throw off her, dress, b t0' ,
her haste forgot to unfasten her sleeves',"',
and as the body of her dress fell back,,her
hands were held fast behind her;i In this ,
condition she remained ;until her clothing .
was almost entirely consumed. The
negro woman endeavored to relieve her
mistress, but her own clothes caught fire,'
and she was compelled to' desist. ,ra. :
Stephens Iiied about eight Or nine hour's
II great agony, when death came to het
relief. .
The deceased was about twenty-ihree
years old, and left three young children
and a devoted husband to mourn, her sad
fate. She ias tuved and admired .by a
large circle of friends over whom her sad ,.
death has casta pall of gloom. She died *'
expressing her complete trust in Chriati

1 *',

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I NO. 40,

ni'ol carry i
, guiiantt-ees, an-i
ured bhal'o lb&

tihu Union -wd_

Y. I- TI

every luxury of t
Twice a month
South Florida
oranges, ban
and various!
Havana see
uries not to
Judicial -H
lately before)
in he took o
gallant tilt at
or Indies' dr
style : I '"I ha
exlprews ifi 'ter
pr,,val my opiJI
cinoline. I hkd
the many accde"'
ite use, coupled
witty inmember
upon it would hve
ahee. by thdse who
o f a*[kj<(dsaa'tAA4Mi

sacola and 3,eoria Railroad.
The time hasarrl'edR-whlien tile question
of connections h.otweon tile Pensacola &
Georgia Railroal and other railroads
should be consi dre-1. It is oiu of vital
importance and "annot long be delayed.
Our ro.ad may atpresent be considered as
beginning at Qdincy and terminating at
Lake Cii'.. with branche- to Monticello
andr St. Mvrlki. Oui.ir charteirr authrorizes
and inaleed rcqiires us t) extend our roadJ
westward 'from ifincy to Pen.acola, and,
to do thiq ultiinlely and at no distant day,
hai unil;,rmly bteu proclaimed to the pub-
lic as our itiUetibn. Puit. it is well known
that we are un.ele to build this extension
without the aidl of our felluw'-citizens of"
%Vest Florida. 11 this Company was alone
invitifigaid and asii3tance fr,,n t he pe:'plo
,.r tile West, we wuhld d.ubtles. obtain
it, bat ,ve., meie~t j plalielfy a power-
ful r val, .a eoria'M.
. .i..-. ,lfe r w', .

Circuits, as enacted by the Legislature and
approved by the Govern6r, 'Jranu'ary 15,
1859 :


3rEi -E>&%'731n>I=r.Z
fTlr'DbAY. MAKCH 1, 1860.

Sp'rlug rerm.
Alachua ................. -Ind Mou-lay in April.
Levy ..................... rel Monday in April.
Lafayette ............... 4th tun/inty in April.
Suwannee.. 1't Monday after 4th Mon-
"' day in April.
Columbia... 2nd Mndav nfier 4th MI. n-
dny'in Aipril.
New River 3rd Monday after 4th Mun-
day in April.
Nassau,...... 4th Monday after 4th Mon-
day in April.
Vail lerm.
Alachua.............. 2nd Monday in October.
Levy...................3rd Monda'y in October.
Lafayette ........ ... 4th Monday in October.
Suwannee.. lat Monday a(yer 4th Mon-
I day in Octiber.
Cdd.imbia... 2nd Mohday after 4th Mqn -
day in October, ge:
N --. 3 ra Mon di"ifiy r L" Alon-
N e w ,Riv e r., M. "
. ... '+:,).'e.?.-r:*- o r, _

|yW. C. H. RAimr., Esq. twill act as our
Agent for the Town of Gainesville and vicinity,
| 'and is adlthorized to receive subscriptions and
'advertisenmbnis, and gito receipts for Fame.
CIJOSIPO W'AL.t:K:at, Eeq, No. 120 Meeting
lt., i oW Agent for'tho etly of Churlteton, S. C

The Democracy of Nasaau County are
respectfully Invited to a tendt a Meeting
to be held In Fernandilna. on Thursday,
the Pknrst day of Marchb lor the 'purpose
of *ppolutlnis Delegates to the State Con-
vention to be held at Madison, on the
Wth ao April, for the purpose of seaidlng
Delegates to the Charleston Convention.
A full attendance Is expected.

m9-TAKE NOTICE !!-'"
Our citizens will bear in mina that
i9mDemocratic Meeting takes place to-day.
"i' tnxe.I, In Cohen's Hall, at the
MsIlb .K .....- ....'^ '. a


l:, ,:-:t

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Passengers per Steamer Gordon; Adkini -
from Charleston Feb. 21-W 6 Long, E
'Hassell, W P Rembert, J J Snow, Mr.
Atwater & Lady, M1r. Lyke & Lady, T J
Perry. Lady & 3 children And 5 on deck.
February H 8.-'d 'A ,ot, J A Potter,
Mrs. 'Cachmatn & 2 children,' Mrsv T N
Clarke, J IR Foureille, W Kerr, ''T Long,
D C Iart; E P- Wilson, T Foster, Dr.
Mays and I on deck.
Per Steamei- ,arolina, Capt. Flinn, fro%
Chatrleton; Feib. 27.-L Vallon, A Ford 4L
Lady, R Pattersob, Alex Y~ung, D IW
Todd-, J F F Mitchell and 2 sftyvatita_Za,1
Ewbanks, Dr W H Babcock, Mrs Bassetk
and caild.


By the Rev. A. H. Stephens, on the- 14th instL,
in Orange Parish, at the resitd-nceot t6hi lride,,
-Mr. JNO. L. CARROLL, od bhe Cy t os Bouso.
Columbia, and Mrs. SARAHt IC l i ...... "

In Chestwr Diitrict, South Caiaitdii, on* the
12tB.of Ferbtmy, ?60, )869 S. C: o.ABCE.!K,
aged tweatty-sfvet years, formrly" otf tCarles-

i tl i ,en.' i,( fc dl S or.o.KooKRP^
of Marion Cotfity, hiimfctittce bia as a Candidate
for Major Generali d tiki Eastern Division of
Florida lqlitia, at the election in the First Mon-
-day: t ia. nt;" mar. l-te

Pt0fto. tWtN pr afsopening a DAN0ISQt
A. SCHOOIi, at C ts Mall, on ',Saturdayf
3rd of lMarch. He X^i lfcr6duce the ltop&t
st.lbe ol qUADRI LlgMtANCT DANCES j,
among Which are the beautiful 'LANCERBS
Those wishing to patronize the School, ca8di6,41
Prp. B. at the Patton House. "
1H will also give private lessons to6thQofl o-
airihg them. Mar.l-W It

Adm 'strator Notleg :
A 'i; persons indebted to thb srat of .I
Smallwood, late of WaldtO, Fla., deceased,
are requested to make immediately payment; and. -,
those having claims against; gid estate, are re-
quested to present 'then duly authenticated,-
within the Limne prescribed by law. : ':.1."
WM. 0. TK[j1PLE, Adm'-
Mar. 1-40-tf ;dbo1Iium

TrHE above, r6ward will b iptid Ao any onef
who will 8eliT to' twd ersigned a small
NEWFOUID.!yLAND DOi named "Neptune,"-:
marked as fAlluvs:-Sk.s 0ibout 14 inches high, .
black xiolly, with bhite collar, while feet,'white
breast, While tipped-narratike. The.same'dg
is afiiaing since last Friday F,,b 24, 1850..
arM"' 40 'tf

qilikE hi- h'OLDING CO)URT .Report to 'the Sckholders of the Pen-
Tn 'lha diitrnt Poniinfie t}f Stri"nnelep


There can be no mistaking the desire of
the Democracy in the South and West.-
The Key of the Gulf and the Tampa Pen-
insular in the South, the Pensacola Obser-
ver and Marianna Patriot in the West. are
for holding the Convention at Tallahassee.
This partiality ought to conclude the ques-
tion ; hut when the preference ot the
Quincy Republic. the Family Friend and
the Floridian is added, if the matter is to
be settled by the voice of the majority,
there ought to be an end of it. Seven
Democratic journals favor Tallahasiee ;
three'favor MahiAon, to-wilt: the Madison
Messenger. the Jacksonville Standard and
the East Floridian, and two, viz: the Ce-
dar 1K0y's Telegraph and Florida Dispatch.
favor Lake City. We leave out the two
Lake City papers,'both of which desire the
Convention to be held at that place ; but
as neither of them is a Democratic paper,
they can't be regarded as having any right
to be "'couutedqti." flere, then. are seven
journals for ono place to five in favor of
two other places. OughL not this to set-
tle thequestion I Will the minority give
it up, or tnust the majority '- come down?"
Surely no Democratic paper will -contend
for so )UN-Denmocratic a doctrine as that !
We are at a loss to discover from what
source the Fluridian & Journal has derived
its authority for reading the Independent
-Prec.:out o.fheDempcratic ranks.,M

travel-a large portion of rtiis will of
course Iullow tilo cotton ; the remainder
will be bound for points north of Savan-
nah. Now, Mhe trains on the Georgia
Main Trunk will be run, not to connect
with the 'Florida 'Railroads, but with the
various railroad and'steamboat lines lead-
ing out (if Savannah in a northern direc-
tion. It uill be at our option to run our
train Fo ,i to connect with the train on
the G,,-;irgia r,''ads, or with steamers coming
into ,r g.,in. oui ( of E;att Flridla ports.
and, by the exerci;e(i of this singular power
alone, you can absolutely regulate tho
courI'O of travel. Assuming that a con-
nection at Chattahoochee, if desired, will
not be in-jurious to this Company, requiirlitg
the Ge,-rgia Alfain Trunk, in exchitige for
" this privilege, to keep as high bp h, Bainl-
Bildge, instead of runding straight from
ThomasVi'lle to Chattahbcehe, oue poiqt
reinambs t be guarded. WVe' should not
assign hn);y part of our road, w st.of-Q, i-n,

.71 without- A, htipulhtj lhd4 |^AT!Q-
,.to m ade ( Mr. t~ l, , l-ao W 2 l




";^(- *':'*" n e -ht e construction of ,h'e 'reId; provided 'fjr
byAA.n .., charters from a point in
AIATi. water,..rd t,:t i-'e (lbyor mned o.,l onyt ,ha iritRalrad

mnut of a tag- pr.'isi: .'us shipping Columbin conmy to tle horid4 Railroad,
'publishing port, and ." c.ilon .,iai! t nearly il' noti n a .outherly or s.)dithasterly direction.
object ofl ,uite as a' .,1 .'hat ,., *, r h'll tol-t0 Shnul,I '.his road be located fi'.in L~ake
bh alim rou a v r- -.1ivat1--,,. .;. : ., ,., this of )'ity I t- h ll,.uhl Ri lrad a- T :ail Ridge
islblered by things ; for iE le c- .,^,..- that, tl,isi r.l- Siati.,n. it woilI run. Ihrou..h ai line coln-
h1o gr'cale 'l d con, clion i_ but n.., inr il, fir it is ,n- try fur." b .llJiug railroad S. i. l,J only
Sich has for tirvly under Lie coi'ol -01of Jacksoisville be ten iid,]i further tu Fernandiina thanu it
e interests, and between Jackso] and is by the Jacksonville and Lake City Rail-
tg extensivout Fernandina, thIexists a eiv ry so strong t road, and would make our company entire-
ah, Ga.., to that it wotild be a rate manifestation of ly independent. Another plan. would be
railroad, is disinterestednss if every expedient were the con-cession to ouir Cothpany, by the
k~les steam not resorted tc tpo prevent tthe produce and CIetrl embered as freights from jassing'through Fernrndina their road and on our own schedule.
tihe Crystal and compel thmi to pass through Jackson- Slwhid this be refilled u?, we ought to go
0. Philiips, ville, so that ir tho contest for the western to work at once to build our own connec-
S. Heavens, trade the rivalry is really between our tions.
IHildreth of'
trips they Road termina~rfg at Lake City, with the ThisPCompany committed a fatal blun-
r, expressed independent connection 'by way of Jack- der when it undertook to build its line of
ith its per- sonville to Savanhah, and tthe Georgia road to Lake City. permitting the Central
prepared to lain Trunk running direct to Savannah, road to occupy that portion of the line
rs captains the routes need only to be stated to ac- between, that point and the Florida Rail-
was ta'ich count for the unwillingness on the part of road withoutlt PMkig pr:Visi61a to guard
scription of the people to be limited to this single con- against embarrassrhentswhich may occur;
engineer of section on Florida soil. They naturally and, unless we now act with promptness
..L- ],i..-ire more than one channel of comIu- aand decision in carrying *Uat aQ of tie
'sll~j|^A^nieiti..n, a~r~o m~nes shuabilfns stiggiested to rteliiitve 1(3 f-Mr the po-
,icj be made to so reasonable a desire. It was ,ition into which We have 8O unfurtnilately
v large rud- this feeling which caused the repeal by fallen, it is dul~ful whether it~is to our
power ap- the late General Assembly of so much of interest' to c.inlfte our jll to Lake
lan can be W o tL
cr. ItC fre- the twcnty-fourth section of the Internal City; ....
.vo to slow Improvement act as prohibited connections The Board reedrmmend to the Stock-
udder over, with the northern' boundary of the State holders that they invest their Directors
chavingbto without the consent of all the companies with ample powers to enter into such ar-
nav be easi- between Pensacola and Jacksonville, and rangements and to make such connections
her helm so has thereby left this Company free to pro- aig in their judgment will advance the in-
is'morn Un- vide for tuch connections as wil best ten. *erests of this Company, an* relieve it
nakia 7 acl der your investment a reinunerative one. fr-om its state of dependency on another
; liab e: and
se, will ma- A strong effort Vill be made fjr a connee- 'umpaif lor our A-tlantic outlet.
fis mode of tion \,ith-the ( e.jrgia v"tem alt the Cliat-: Adai--
elf Consists tahoochee River.' This connection might p +*i
esNSUll'lied be refused without inhistiea t t vg il\ 1 e rgia tal e03fest

slirp .Bca~iqft?.?+H*"arrive^^ :'^,.^ Si i
niail..aiid" $1,-60+,0(00r" in' (eas'u6lS j
supposed that E\-Gov. Lithiam. j i

clec'ed I. S. SenartO. from California, in
among her pafs'cng'ers.

'alitbrnla Mail.
Wa.h.-hitlont, Febrinry' i .s. .-Tlle Postn
,anlinitlee have preparc.d a bill provldmgi
for a scinl- weekly rettcr e iail, overland or
by water, in twenty days to San Fran'ic1'-
co; also a paper mail, to be transmiHWd
semi-weekly,. ..........

! ."

.iiup tiulr. mIIi lj.el i"qwnlUJ ijlij:'n^lcltllr"tit'71.W- UI
O k''l "iy- "Uip e 'f '^ :,* 1' -'
"There ate four grand arguments f7r the
Bible." The fhist is the miracle on record^;
ihe second. the prophecies; the third, the
*,,j(dness of the d,,ctrine; and the J',.,urth
01e moral character of Ihe penman. The
m.racics l.)ow fr',, divide pwer'; the pro-
[ieh'w.r from divhile ,,;Y',ics -, an 1 the
m,,ral ch.iracter of the penman from di-
vine purity. Thus Christianity is built
'upon these four immoveable pillars-the
e'owe iih'e uiidert"anding, the goodness,
te parity of God. 'The Bible must-be one
of these things'; either an invention of,
good men or good angels; or bad men or
angels; or a rove416ot6 fom God. B&t it
could not/be the invention of good teMn or
angels; for they neither would nMo eould
maie a book telling lies, at tle a"imjtime
saying, 'Thus saith the Lord,' u ih. ii they
knew it all to be their inventioi. It
could not be the invention of wicked men
or devils, for they could not make a book
Which commands alu the duty,which forbids
all sin, and which condemns the soul to all
eternity. The conclusion is irresistible-
the Bible must be given by Divine inspir-
ation ,;" -. i }
Bastard Philanh.rtp.-The Massa-
chusetts folk are so intensely absorbed In
dontemplatirig the pimples on other peo-
ple's bodies that they cahndt see the boils
on their uwn rnoses. they are so lost in
their excitement over the ill treatment of
Sambo and Dinah in Virginiaihat, until
just now, they have entirely Mveitooked-
the freezing, starvatioh, ahnd boi' briial
treatment extended to the prisoners in
sorilb of theirjaiilg. late eXpose of the
jail tit (.',mb..gdp 's a degree of inhu-
waanity on the part of the kgers, Vat is
next to increvt._. lners frozen to
death! Prisoners fed on pu i
years Prisoners eating from swill-bar-
rels to escape perishing with hunger !-
.AFi e warrant that the keepers thus
i plJS to their fellow-creatures at
holw, ere among the loudest of walkers
over the misery ot the sMeek and well-fed
colored laborers in Southern rice and cot-
ton fields. What bastard philanthropy !
-N. Y. Sunday Times.

Charleston and Savannah Rdttddi:-
The grading of the tack 6f thb above
road to the Savannah RiVet?, tied In, Soth
Carolina, will be tnished next weeft.-
Immediately the brk of trrck laying *iill
commence fromi th6 savannah River drid
continued t'dwards Charleston. M6,ssir
llc 6.tfi i aliahan, contractors, htvi
ait *ork at Uheroiee Hill, on the Gefogia
06id1 a foire of seventy men. Next Weelk
theiy will place on the work twoo hwi"
dred 9ddi tignal,.hands;" *hi .wiiy.d
from Cherokee Hill to the SavannD, River.
A locomotive will be sent .'Aw days,
i ,a-rolm na shore .
and will be landed on tlil/ '"
gar Jixpres~s.25tli.
""wy ", "'oAh-The steamer
7ecftmseA, Whib `--1. ael down from Cin-
cinnati last nig_ bad o board six large,
,.,rob t is eia egros w h o w re m anum it-
te some 't ars since by their master,
so riin r._Helena.They 'ha'eI~e
residii/ng^1 W. 1"8 vhy^e been
I, Iivin Awev' Ybrk I Ie s. L. of freedom to their hearts con-
(le S"..urn to their old home, and to-the
p et,. oif their former master.--Meri.
.. Enquirer, 16th imlt.
.'4 F.ible.-A young rhan onep picked
up a sovereign lying in the.road. Ever
afterwards, a he. walked along, he kept
nlii eyes steadfastly fixed on the ground.
in1 hopes of finding another. And in the
coulr'p flloung l.lee did pick up at di-
I'creii timLea a good amount of gold and
mtlver. But all these days as lie was look-
ing fi.or then, he saw not that heaven .wag
b,'igh{ aoKh ffim. ahnd nature beautiful
aibund, twineyotlce allowed 'his eye'a
to loouk ,ip firomln- niud and filth in which
he sought the i!.ure; and whe~n he died"
a rich old iuaa,; h'i.pf,nly; knew :this'-faiW
earth of .or:?itr~ .roa'ds .f:ik
.n e y.- "" yu '"- .-.... *; "


sod a corru-
st -in taking
yes are at-
a common
person who
with Ihis en-
however, in-
his' entire
s, have three
,can exert all
;pokes of the
i also put his
stand of it.
n to it in the
a strain that
being struck
cause, is a
an adjusting
efficient fric-
g away with
eel ropes, or
rudder from
sea way.-
take place,
ig it at once
non doubled-
The patei-
engineers by
valuable im-

nd Means in
es, February
ending among
opriations to
g constructed
Fort Clinch,
Fort Il'avfor,
rt Jeferso,1,
Fort McKree

MR. EDITOR .: ""
flearing.that youi are about
a new Mechanical Paper, Ihe
which ii to chiruiflflal valuable
ments, &c., I send you for pill
description of a machine, c..i,
compCIeIle judlge1q, as 3o e ,f i
improvements of the age.
The steamboat Augusta; wh
sometime past been undergoing
alterations and repairs, is now
and about to sail for Savanna
connect with the new Florida
provided with one of F. E.. iS
Steering machines.
This machine will be rem(
having been on exhibition at '
Palace, in 1854. Captain J. (
of the Augusta, Captain W.
arid So nd Pilots, \Vells and
the Massachusetts, during two
run the Augusta to Sag oHarbo
themselves entirely satisfied w
formamce, and that theylfc p
recommend its use to allTowne
and pilots of steamers.
On a visit to the Augusta, I
interested by an inteltig'ent des
the machine given me by the
t1"e boat.
<_ffSo [.elfect is i t s perI', ,rmaw
p'i, t t o^^W| l'J i ofin n
*dan ICSy falt "fwih
a c ,)illllle i) r t y 6 Vth e e x l r e ln ,='l\
der. and fe surplu a amount ol

plied remove it over, faster il
done in the ordiuhar), mann
quently occurs that pil-,toha
down in order to"get their r
but in lfime the r11il. I
",hard o 0 t once wiel6 1
slow, th itage of which n
ly imagine 0 mli st aOv'r I
much quiu -i efr, consequently i
der t~he control of tlwt0 Pilot, n
dents from collision much less
when* brought into general Us
terially add to the safety of th
traveling, the machine itsc
sinipi of a pair of small engm
with balance slide valves.
I am also informed that in
with these valves was first us
gated steel disc spring to assi,
off the ar ssure. These valve
tacked| ud worked by
steering eel, so that any
understands steering can steer
gine ; with this difference, h
stead of having to devote
strenth, and, as in some case,
or fotbt men to assist him, hew,
the power necessary on the s
wheet with one finger; he can
wheel ,hard over and it will
self, without giving to hold uo
usual 1;66i1nn4.i,
To guard against any undrie
may fall upon the rudder tby b
with a sea, or from any other
friction disc provided with
screw so as to dt on just su
tion to wotrk th'e ruddei'; doin
ail danger of breaking the wh(
gearing, and preventing the
being held too stiffly in a
-But should any'derangement
by the act ot touching a sprin
is converted into a comm
wheeled stearilig apparatus,
tees are well known among i
their patent cut-off and other
provements on the steat engi
N; Y, Jan. 30, 1680.

'Phe Committee of Ways a
-the House of Representativw
20thj reported a bill recomme
others, the following appr(
defences which are now being
t in the State of Florida. I
* Amelia Island, ,.g.3i).01"10 I
;- Key West. .'S70.),; Foi
Garden Kay, S75.001i; 1
Pen-,acola, $10.000.

ic- ,t&bg o'd.oe, aetermtina oybra
i Y'-o 'f.votes-lncluding, however, in
tei 'n'umlber of those entitled to vote, all
hoste journals which represent Democratic
.const'itt'eocies, and which are not avowedly
op~position. Let .ts then, hear from the St.
Augustine, Ocala, Lake City, Apalachicola,
Milton, and the other Pensacola paper.
Perhaps lome three or four of Ihemawrilh
the Standard and Messenger, will vote for
Lake City, and then, "Oh, where will Tal-
lahassee be 7
"We do not censure Mr. Mattair or the
Florida Railroad for getting payedP for
their labor, but Mr., or Uncle Sam's offi-
cers have acted, to say the least of it, lit-
tle and unworthy of the position they oc-
cupy, and think, that the old Boss would
do well to dismiss the whole possey, and
get honest men who will not be govertied
by prejudice, or swayed by locality. We
glory in the independence of the Managers
of the F. A,,& G. C. R. R. The road will
live without the. approbation of the P. 0,
rtnt, and wV.ill continue i -
9 tuthe nteriorw hen tl U
.etU~id schemes of its enemnicll^ i
and"nd ten. .Apit forth vour D-'1

om, level your Squibbs, ilnflueH who
hold high and honorable position?'o pur-
ger themselves by violating the sacred ob-
ligations takeA tit. the alter of freedom-
yet; we will live." ) )f
We extract tjoe awve rodomontade t-,.
bae'im et 'literateim from an article i7 the
last isue of the Eastern Herald, entitled
f,,'*le Rail Ro'ad." WondlH what the
deuce he means 1y1 'influencing men to
p0rgvr themselves." When were they
taken" ff 1 who were ithirl; physicians and
,what *ere the remedies administered, .are
questions which We are quite solicitous he
should answer at as early a period as con-
venient. In striking contradistinction
to the above remarks is a very sensible
editorial from the JacKsoville Republi-
can of the 25th ullt up5on the same subject,
the recent change in the mail schedule,
whiih boidly asserts and very clearly
proves that the entire# responsibility of
the late alteration rests upon the obstinacy
of the managers of the F. A. & G. 0. R. R.
We regret that its length forbids an in-
sertioh in our columnris;
The recent murder of;:Dr. Keitt, of
Marion county, the particulars of which
will be found upon our first page, has
given a most painful shock to a large circle
of friends. and acquaintances. Dr. Keitt,
at the time of hij death' represented
Marioni county in.t-e Florida Senateg and
Was considered onee ot its- most active and
industriouikmembers. The deceased gen-
tleman was a brother of the Hon. Law-
renee M. Keitt, the distinguished member
oA Congress from South Carolina.
i The command of thfi fire vessel has re-
cently been conferred" upo"f Capt. J. J.
Flinnwho has dbtd'de for several years in
'the ca6city of first mate of the Carolina.
Capt. Fl~mn is an able and efficient seaman
and a courteous and' obliging gentleman.-
Under his management we f'eel asrtfred
that this favorite Steamer will lose none
of the popularity which hhe ha's' so' long
and deservedly enjoyed.
We have been much gratified in forming
the acquaintance of W. L. L. Bowen, Esq.
Junior Editor of the Independent Press
who will spend a few weeks in Fernandina
I for the restoration of his health. We sin.
cerely hope that our soft and balmy at
a4 ulophere will effect the desired result
and that Mr. B. will soon be enabled ti
resume the pen which he wields so grace
fully. '
e A4 Lively Ball, Dress.--A correspon
e dent o[ an Englishi paper, states that ii
r C"alcutta, at the Governor-General's Ball
. a lady appeared- in I dreis.fl'h. ch had th
t" appearance of beitiaf-on fire. lFo. counties
[0 dimoinutive bags of gauze she'hacl~mprigon
,. ed rire-flies, a r'hgsie tacked on lt^ he
r, dress, far" ou~wne" the diamonds 9j'fOrion
tel ladies. A -she walk" in ti ~
dimly lighted alleys of he~gar.dte jiB

llf .e' iB'xa ain there exists a rivalry
^. ti..'tfi5k it would be a rare manifes-
tation of- disinterestedness, if every expe-
dienlfre'not resorted to, to prevent pro-
dodo and freights from passing through
Fernandina*and compel them to pass thro'
Jacksonville." The report suggests sev-
eral methods of correcting this evil-among
which we notiW, is the continuation of the
P-ensacola & Georgia Rail Road from Lake
City, direct to Trail Ridge on the Florida
Rail Road. This would certainly be a
most effectual way of accomplishing the
.deaired-end;, and should neither of the
other proposed ðodc bo assented to by
the Managers of the Central Road', wetihill
be glad to- contribute our mite to the de-
stred extension. But so disastriyos w6uld
be the consequences of the cohstrdtetion of
this Trail Ridge Road, apon all who have
invested %, tMycf1 k of -the 'Uptttal; thst

wearnestly hape that it 'ill mit be neces-1
sary to. resort .lit. For it awt be ewvi.
;/ -^enr~nr~n8Ti fit obTor(ver;ttaffit
^ the Pensacola t ^o'rga ]iillMRoads
--,,extended to thee"-Frqrlda 1iT' Hoad,-a-rf
' *_au Ri jJ the entire Ventral Road from
10. iBald a lChin.i, would be absolutely
worthless, and oyvery dollar invistsldr in it,
a dead loss. Nor is this all. The old
County of Columbia holds $100,000 of the
Stock of that road, and the town of Jack-
sonville 50',O00for this,,'stock bonds
have been issued, which were readily sold
for fair priret, and have passed itea to iitl-
titudo of private hands; How long 'the
Li ^^County and City would be able to vontintra
to pay the interest on these bonds, q(ter it
fll was demonstrated that the entire subscript-
tien was. a dead loss would be at least a
oqeriouaalueslon in the public mind. Dema:
gogues would avail themselves of the op-
portunilj.i to 'aise the cry of repudiation,
and'innocent holders becoming alarmed,
would part.with their securities fortnomi-
nal'sums. When to these considerations,
is added the additional argument, that al-
most the entire circulation of the Bank of
St; John's; i secured tly deposit of these
Very tolumbia and Jacksonville bonds, it
WiHl be seen how much reason we would
have to regret the necessity for the Con-
etructioli of a Road which would destroy
those securities. NOE can we perceive any
necessity for it. Col. Houston suggestss as
alternatives, theco4*li(&*onoF.the Cen
trail Rail Reacd, withAEo Ppnsacola and
Georgia, or the condfaiTa;tio the- P. & G.
Bar)'Road, by the CentrAT, of a right to
run trains over the Central Road; We can
see no objection whatever to either of these
plhn'.- We can suggest a, third. The In-
ternal Improvement Act provides; that "It
*hall b6 the duty of the different Rail Road
Blk .Companies to adopt a fiiform tariff for
transportation of passengeris and for
hauling thefreight in .the eats of another
company, upon usual and equitable t ems ;
and no discrimination shall be made by one
company against the freight or passengers
of another company." Lot this clause be
honestly carried out, and we shall havb no
need for a Road from LakliC'ty to Trail
Ridge/until the business becomes greater
than the single track on the Central can do.
D raft, a Daguereotype Artist, having
taken -rooms in Col. Timanus' building,
above the store of Messrs. Dozier & Broome,
is noW prepared ti take portraits in seve-
ral various styles. His apartment is hand-
so smely furiished, and the numeions speci-
4! mens of his work there to be seen, afford
sirtisfaelory evidence of his skill and pro.
ficieney. He proposes to remain but i
short time longer. ,
^ "I.le antounce.neut of Col. S. St. G
'.. 'Rogerf,of Marion county, as a candlat,
1fbi.'.lie"" office' of M'hjr-General of the
,, SiqeiVern\Dilision, will be found in another
Sn..- Col. R. commanded tho rqi,
IIS, vh &it :'mf"anted volunteers during ou
lim'ecOJidIiquimlties uith the Indian.s ii
gm^ ontrjgyJ~in-d Tkqqujd at ih recuta.
1' 1 gall Lu omce,
^^ghe._L+.et.:.bled-, e piedic(-.ha. he
^^S~fSi~s'Si.t''1.'. -0:r-?*4..-j

or givy!g theie any cause of complaints
provided alw.-':s other connections with
the G'eorgia system ave permitte.. "which
will entirely subserve the saWie pVUrpose;
though if the Georgia roads are located as
contemplated, vizi the Main Tr'trtk to
Bainbridge, and the Southwestern either
to Bainbridge or a point between Bain-
bridge and Thomasville, even this connec-
tion may not be an irnjlirious -bne", the
distance from CIhr.tial,, o ih;ih.>oc -efa
cannot be less th:an 271.i i(..While the
distance rom the same point to Jackson-A

We arci glad to learn from Col. Hous-
toun that the abote road iS' beent com-
pleted across the Aucilla rif'r in its 6as-
ttern course, and is no* be '+"on .ructed
tht-otAgh Madison county. The cars cross-
ed the rM,'f oft the 15th inst., and greeted
our MadiSOn friends with the shrill sound
of the whistle. This must be gratifying
to the citizens of that section. It is in-
deed so to w, for we earnestly desire to
see our people of eon aand the West
;Ultght" in closer contact with those. of
iast,, Nothing will tend more to do



ville would not exceed 210 miles, makin,-' M On any sectlotionl feeling or preju
a diffeperce in favor of Jacksonville o"fdi'clbeiween the different secl',. than
65 miles,and in favor of Fernandina abnuLt mutual intercodire and exchange of Sen-
40 miles, which, supposing c.it') o be timent an ieling. )Wehatl -:eonple-
carred on all the roads at the very low tion of tle road as an era whbn the spirit
fright of one cent a bag per mile,' would of piubic bntbrprise *ill be iniratsed by
leave 60 cents to carry the cotton from the union of inteiresis and the hartmoniy bir
Jacksonville to Savannah, and 40 cents feeling that must result from the assdcia .-
from Fernandina, while it is asserted by tioneof the different sections. The grad-
intelligent steamboat men that it can be ing Westward on the line to Pensacola is
carried profitably from Fernandifia tO Sa- rapidly progressing. It is truly gratifying
vannah in steamers of the proper dlass for to know that no obstacle is being thrown
twenty-five cents per bale. Other freights in the way of its progress. Surely the
would be in the same proportion. Thus prospects of its success, the great benefits
even this connection with the Georgia road to be derived to the State, tand partibular-
at Chattahoochee niay not work an injury, Iy the sections through which the road
while it would only compel the East must passSshould be an incentive to every
Florida* roads.to carry our freights at rea^ man to use his influence and aid in every
sonable rates, possible manner to advance tlie work ahd
The foregoing comparison between the bring it speedily to a close: Aiv Mcri-
expenses is on cotton bound for Savannah, flee made now, will we believe; be fully
either on our or *he Goorgia roads. tt repaid iii the future. We have good
will, of coujrset, at once be pviclcove,. tihit gruuidl to hope 6o at least.
cottiin bound I,.) Liverp,,ol ur Now It is du, l c prci;ident and managers,"
or intended to be sold. would, at Fernan- Rd t 6 ta t work Li,*
dina, be in as good conJitirn as at Saran- prosecuttld wi(h vigor and If cont'i'd so
unh. giving Fernan.lina the clear advantage must soon be completed. The .,,Apld in.
of 410 cents per bale. It is alio presumed ces i usiness at the pi .. on tile
thiat the Georgiaaroad, % would carry for the line of the Rad should wcarg tho^e
same rales as the Florida roads. This is wo h ,a ha r ched to exert
i te mon t ufifavorable viow for our road i] itemelves in Iji"alfor' dvandment"
F that can be taken. T he pro bilhty 1 ..41. the co etio of
0, i road Ioeda n,,t know h o iqo
that in a colinptit-ionj th, Georg'cia roads -.dleh benu 'to Tal-
l would be co, large more than this road will be L +
p I o ,_- 05s4 point of view-,. Butt
the Florida ra rI~e charter or the -..-- .,k fr.ard when we shail
kAPwerdonn we shal
Main Trunk express rqui:'es that C06m- we.co .a'i. with the -"balance of
: eilcn-:-a!j ihtl blneQ
I iny to give Georgia f i wi' i pff +frer ce : "1 Iroad to see n .on.b=-
over thronhli freigfts and, W is evident e of resorlduring thq-r.. er
that a Conparpyso largely controlled by. con), l l w1 mpen r
,- iat w m plnsate far's ik -1l6Fi --
tth3 S.Ste,;a.'d, by planters Wlong the line,"J^ lessthat may result fom tlurni^
,- .. .y. .aess,.'t. ha- t m. y s. .... "_ .. .''
will. t be -ermotte' to carr y reilhti /otheichatn^..
T jut -Floridak, fr le90.prpo (rtiunateffy o v~e o^ .~^ n
-than :i. cha rged b oMn-;j etr "'ow n c o & a" t+ i+ fc"'sar,.
, 'o .. .... .. .....'*-'^ S ...... *,_ ;^^ *l ?a + o _,; +_+< + .,;._+, ...


passed in the.,Bre of most diseases that
Horses a re subject to. It would be useless to
enumerate the many diseases that Lhese noble
creatures often suffer under, while few mediteinee
in general use give relief.
These CONDITION POWDERS nieed1 no' T
commendatitna-they are well knorn .hi Carolinq
-.*ud Georgia, and need butt a faithful applicatioc
to 8e the g8qd0 result' ". -.' ". "
.. +-.- ,,* *--*S -^ -. -.

)b, Ofe taMespoonful.,twc_.ee ,., i^ -
fIfTfi.ks, iCirn ge&al':tii!B.'^- dor'
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TRE;EHDESOF ft'RNANDINA.[ -DELAi El 1and for Sale! "CHALESTPN ADJISIEMENTS. G.'iesille Academ. _i 0_.
e .ofer a E LOTTERIES! t T LH an tOin 'I^ ,:rh MAGNOL.A ,OUf er'iM"
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WI# ado ted : / 0 + +++ .I[ :+ '." 8+.nlblp, ierm.nk early applicants. Persons de- L. El, UtPTERt+IE Proprietor. tile IN3e. Will o.rullieh, 0 inl the tiew to..I,, GA|NESVI-: 'A ,,,, .,, ; ~ ooet., E K A
Be it O'rd'a~oed by AW nocil. of, the AND CAPITAL PRfZE - stin .ecaz arief e toth printd C2 ]F A. R S TvN S. C -ou Ia'u tho f, rt of Mlarc.h, iindor the3 supei still
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City o fFeiffan'hldna, T1*at*,it'be'ubbitO.rcnlyrnureed i tttr hrreotswasipr i ,b i ni fusc recOra speprTenets.fat ofuir :
to the v e ft n.Se-h 1.ie o C las2rrehqnd wetljaov, arcd3,-18?0frther par- U t "* of tl H L I p< rel
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tl"n"a- ii "no .... a ... an "lcfo~ ob "~ toental Braniehes, Ike., at the customary rates of a' E V ( N F R A D GA
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oa the'an n at;sn e o 'ition. Dee I8 ula tf fRN AD N PLA.I
the iiW ll. a ltay M .jlh n ',.t. l,6 7eh T e + ,- .' Ja 0 s l It is o r design d andhigkIest a.spirlion to make
.' ~J th of1 XRORIAYDAIGS+ ... 238 ]KING tTREIT, (in the Bend) cmuiy A OIAH UE
or not, a (Calusewny shall be but pof- t ous 'tis cdm y mit tepyoaoofteetr gnt o ta e ,ablli
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dylin toie1&inL n ht 1 A Co'q. Thre9 N Lbr otto- Tuition ,+~ N11-Il.1"li ~ar previouypbi she 9.....
d to e ainL ind t Aler will take 1:lce in Public, uqler the Stller ". 4. V N-.7 ih .d .:.,,..n, unles-: T eusie of protracted
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y tri -,) by l.y ita;P+ ru. Norl a Potter W .Ho'.M T'eT York.
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be CaWlM ,i- rtr o IwEt rCrtiae obed-a" ut U2 f BA IG R SE P R M D ,o S A L ..N l.rl I+r,,,,, ,
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i1 '' th '... "kiX TT N' ..... Ttu REET t6t hauce, us ,Aluong dspertela aJhion ,, A ddesm tti pie i e~e., + JlT-
. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ frse LIT)r rt thi usic enale him to use Haku. h etodn~rwno e. a.Dt s, S-ardines, w ileet-i lay 26,XLVI'SO, ,
Ti e O subcition prc wil $40 Lotryept tohe S00 a $160 M ALSO EST
Or n OAm, .PL~lITO "j.,j apfies, 1etlme dill end hisdels g d tonndn Sept.c s and those d
"'"+'~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~~25 7000 80 00 olare 1;000. ...+ o+,,,,,,+,,,+,,
Adetie seI will beRO 6 inserted tit tlheeod o o ASu.(insR o) ihlucnenrae, it ddtinmlr 4oxs 7a T N D .. T o E : o
r+x 22 isVlIS~ 5,,da, 000MKnny areD goAEEAdMRATL BSNS.
E.e 0.9~t o.9 mil C'0hari0 and 6ni-0riu' Toots will keep alay grea hany ate goodc aos-ns P as
-A l Co m n ca i n tie bs beme addr sse to ver 91as n Syru5.- tir .400'-, n e l J J W 0
IV. 11. BABCOCKgiveok ColHavng p rhsede i o d for you selves.h
C A P I T A P R I Zcl d e to$o h A H R N I L 0 a e1 0 0 ,0 0 0 A N I LL9 3 h i d S r e b i t n t e n c s itpfrreaoe ,ctio-ce' .., ,," , "- P + r' e s r s e c f l y s li i e n
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--ih hav lowin paid .irgtns whi~....... 3C > c h- C3 T I s Olei ul to~ii p4-S ii' lnuigt..00 rismptyarkt.ne an uvl Aah
500f Wh lic es8 0; Have 5 ; Quarter Thi Wor 171.n'i po e i'ul naown . T R 3_ ]U L rf.mt(Hh n fF 'tlnln .. .. .' "
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O20,000 1ua B [,oo n *l""- .js ya just pthq' orm ,Medicine that has long been wan- opened
CONVENIENT TO-P THE+I 1 10,000 1 2 0 A p r61i r, 1 adon s 'R,0 L ed by the pubhe .H ICHA D &,
S 4 Ximtion SAto the $100,000 of $600 eaeh DRESStr onT the B ^ ^.^ NOW IN STORE
'+ I'T 0A T -qf $400 .to $50.0001 ; $4tl0,toi $30,000; 4 a <,of $40 "E S G o"
AND THE o0 20Y,000; 4 of $400 to $10')0.' ..... i _? ? PREPAREb ONiY BY E have Just reeled AeD -L^ ^^qHe A
E.lwrciit TR0S. M'MILLAN, MEANS ,,,
Whle209l(s *O Halves 810; wy:-1h W1 le s,,id low+, r.,.r CASHI. AP TrAo A L,40buhl EetanBar a
ST BATLANDINGS. E uarAr 40 busl oce
+,Prizes cashed ut sight at 5 per -ent discount.BA C ;160 d. sprD kan WhtOt.
y P tlharxeg BMQderate. Bills on all solvent Banks Laken at par. Jan. 19-34 T600rdS retFE AN11N ,V ~ do, ., super ak an W it Ots
38tf A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the rle-_ Feb. 23 36 a 110 l barrels u per l.",$,e N~. m o .-gll ;t-! 1-4 MIQ. E E T _+t
becom m ne atos known 5 )* ,d'o. Extra~ F ainily l-l,,ur." w.sr- + r .. _ A L C O M M I
W~ omm nicaionsaddressed to b)ON' ROD- C >_m .1 W100 d S p rIih P taos
IIT RIUEZ, (care ot City Popt, Carleston S. C. OMILLAN'" HAIRETONIC 1. Onionrs."
PTHE subseriberi have on hand a S T ILL anti) the.2nd of March, will bc attended to. 10 d4o. Oni ,i T"e a" ,D CO LE TI G G
Sw hich h he desire to sell. It is ne nrly w ) 10 n pt es, he s 0ni. n T e?,A NugDr, t .,I, C heeie, B uber, 4 0 r C H E E S E .
est Prprain in~ 1000 ls.B TTR Lar .... Cod ,z.o'
hU ng been r 6n only o ; year- in size it ili fND T]igE is one ofp the, best Preparations in 1 60 bs BU T F La rd a nd ra l .
hold Efi tee,, h arr .l, ann wis com plete in all its G F I E R A L .. ... t rshe II om i o a -Dapa r ue andr up a na nar nnd .... p ''
ea o 35U.Bales H~ay. 'lii, ..u u ev 1-D
.gving good City acceptlnlI ,Apply to imex & j 9 rooting the growth of the Hair. 150o0 lbs. BACON. prom *tly attendu,e. to. We Re fer Tot s. B ronds p Son, Sar
g v.,iFrng good Ci tyna,,.to aFM Apprel y, St m bo G CY w hich w ill be sold on reasonable term s bv 2000 lbs. H A M S. a p ro m Cat b. trJn Hetee Sava ,
Agom aia ,h, or to the subscribers. FOR TH E the barrel. D I R F, C T 1 0 N S 1 4
T E M P E & B RT H ,- S O F e rna nd 25i aP aiFs E x traeeerotiLgN K E T t TH rrm s C a h Jt J k E LLu s' B R O R .n, ( harle ,n r ,
... T PE BP.- ^ .-.^.ndar__S. ^ E- DIR C' ION ^ ^ $. '^ "", Deome ." .+ .'" "- -'* .., S.,, .;; anke, u
,'+, -.Waldo, Vi, 1. '_A /E P F O - D Fradn'Fla. HIP sE. 1e. nI, .. :.. +.. .! X nArSTOC O 6ibtr g eebr16to N.el,,, onq,~e }rst~q
a rd subscriber, having been vill ,,Ar J1t it every morning, and wash h- n.ir ....... Broga ey,,_ MI..iOSKZ ^ ,' I, i ^ ." R,1E IN
V a C,-ar.eqtln Cour-or, will advertise once a .gtahe Florida Division cl the U i,ran ind All,,, ..a. "of." "i will be, sold" mppo --te R.,l BRIC"WORK AND ,L,,,er .
I we ek ,,ur fo:ur we ekis anti, e ad bl this office;.m Off~i ce i-n IV n le*1 11."" d... .. =u ,.. ,,a On l ID B .11 - O >l- Il..U. J + .U ~ ~ ~ t-ll #tt llJ ; / arno a, Wy,.earesh
..... .w d i, ih Ci4y would respectfully inform the adittzr Arie d ', ,s'" ,+ Y H .., R, -, T4 D n oa e. ..... he 1v "rep+re do Hf"' To OeelT'|pf TH:"
. ~ ~~that he has established an A gen cy. -,,t P.rn n-. y So.f+t, r t. J.Uf t an sik yuep o J a twice an Ke D t e a r-- ., +, v BROO ME u& T11O.... Fern.a ..n it.
]4t1!+= ._ o na dina, for the transaction of public Land business' Casks Fresh Burnt -f n s us t a week in a ,, ma. M .ER.\ NDJoW E Li mer lnu .P RflPA E a' -
before the k'eneral L and O ffi ce. 0 300 B al es S p r o Ill e 2t 20 22 P H ub qcria e r aj
S h11111 y & Dr ess ^ laknw, .. .. ee r' 0 Sle s by O C,,,)rior. THOM AS .y o & 0^ u'ernand i ,L '+ -- ^ ^ B__ -.. ,
-^ "S or ^ '163'e e will attend to contested cases, 0 r .... or.... -c li ^rnahdionFla.Feb lOig3--+Jo
EIor ofTS ELnTS, and- Loain perfecting-Gr- Ja 19_t Fenadia POT1-"AR HAlE. -1 Road, +.epo.t, -w,.r ha.s +-
MIS D.JO E duto and3gn Pre-emption Entrie andT Armed BOOMES THMPO WATCHE, CLpOCohoo3^RATT
isearL E0.w cornsh t !. a-liew of^ ^''^ tAAhe^.usEE^* s AL*fii gi^n^toproectig iinv .*MTCEL, D9iAV
with- te, .... p...., L an treis Pe00n .
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ten'd^S ^ ^Bdto"^F. 39 3t RECEIVED A.,n ,.l"t E[T IEE- S in_ a .L ...1

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J--T.rO 271.200 DOJLLARSJ f I c- '- Fllnn -.. ,-f,-, T .-. ..* ,,l,;,'^.,^ ;;^' ;^,,i .,o, ., ner. T K ..J,,, Ne,.erv^ ,.. ers, d.. e n.n ,
"Wil be (fetribated-apeording to the l ll"wing 1 ud u 1 a coui Un l nu/'u t Lnn I-i" ., " .* '.i ." t Iu u't nIll f W e.....i t and h-- i.r *.nn
To be'drawn e.ery S.turday. Halves, Quarters and -Eights ih proportion Apothecary 11all, Fernan dini Fla.:, by o fh the Train and arrive at Savannah every Sat, al descr pt as .tf h ,enring.

riz f 7000 o Pies^ lof $50 TO BE DRWNak Plains and iteseys, Thowli td Blached Sheetings andshrthig, liad 110mepuns, Jan 19-3"m T110S, McMILLAN eU n^^Jl gm jnnalc u~ etalit o d sC^stn a vale
1 P ~ of fS- O 1 0rz of EACH SATURDAY IN OCTOBER, 1859 'e n t~riped Os ur orm ou frens ndth u TO 110USE s-EEl'E R9 AND Wednesday, for New0 York and other Nor hern ACars..g to l
f I In the city of Savaunah, Georgia. i l .vb l Id i^ Sohr i . 1 oun y an f,, e 0 a M ECA N S .for Chrl.eston and na o -.f al- si es,",ith
I IPrize ofA 200 5,0 J'f ^ S Pries o 5J Clss 39, \to be drawn October 1. 1889 e s lcs V ^1 -l A I These Boats have been uilt exprfeshly for this Wrought andl Cast lmp, Rdlitng for' Fence
3 Prizs of 1 e o o C s 4 ob r 1 e -il OB ER A & HE unitrsin.d n u Ro t ar. andei by carf1 en en aa dan h .r rj r v. -
O +d I -. "f "- ',1 Pl.,hies.. 41e % Fn ho'1 .to,, ,n:+ r:r l it- hhr.'-. .. .nU 3 J,(A J X, C L t p,, pur, ,I,,l 1.:id ....-. --. -, ,h,,d Ca tis andI, hav la,- an --ga t Al ,t u .or wil bedlv rd n
TO 271,200^ lo DOLLAes ,mutn t $120 ,'s^ tobLr

.12 .a6,,20 K m ouhtJng ic .."--.. go OH ENIF. IC ....*.... .-A. SKRINE, it. D.. .. ,*l ,I,,, ,, ..... r,,-. .. .n ... . or 7' i i.ir. 1,-r -'." .. .... O*P y@
*fbertifift na10W ole Hrib t t<. 11a0 4c1^3 to be dravvn October 29, 1859. KENVIFl0Ki de SalilNF E" WINQ a lilAtillNES^! c opPf wR F^", vol"*1 (~.;l...iN ,.4 'i ;NINGHAM, '. Being near the City of New York,.andin r
*" .N r ,W ed a lor T n t sthe ,llI.wn- & I r 1Et, The Perfection o ientific Ain\ent and such a' ROO TAYLOR, BECK -, n ct
ll .. g 12 .1 Pr f ...of.....I ,5t af whOLE S + OL, AEANDPI. .. ... ....,,... h5.ec hical Simp.hciy ..... -..... ^ .. Agent.,Fern.ndina. fo..y description of mtachineryt'yho. f.
t.o'Thshisdhe rik an :hich::nti:le:::^e:b:;dr DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ro^w 0^ mEKE^ iP n anu Friday will :so ,onle 7 COMBINAMi PTA.Nf Perfunon.er e SEW-toMACHINE 00., ISEcE a lso Me"'P ] yS ne, I

A.r ........ ::: :: PAINTS: OILS, BRUSHEST L I Til ifR n..:, Ir lAN1I,`NA. r M:p ull, East tl
ratrievery~~~ Tus El a -1, Ca L Flonl IPOE)N SESfH Ill:, rn ?I ia I.'4 O Sno' i

7 ,' 2 7mbers-14 Drawn 4Ucery WtO.d. al, K IN ST REE T s ler L e it 1: 1 pliers, pickeIs ro t REiLf areItENN Swie r a ct as ourtn ecp., t n. ri,, n .

14 irawn Be ots inch Packageow i.g *H AV-PtAND'? T, *re.n s are ill ll i and keep I.....tnially on binJ .sugar Mills
1 Prize of 7$100,000 is 81,;-- ...... +2 ;:-;. ..'.)...., .......~..Cno CH AR L STn. 0N 4 C and ea.. .ile. e ln St iman t- O i. anndyi s n n w .onan rs s at lngfe ,a nlduryv a.fieA.t
2Prl. .of 50,000 are 100000 2 v ...of....N. ...... 200....are..........t 400 tA 10 V, La w n tan k ng apao, ce ningdh g o ll in. Th he; ,u n ing a mah -tr locan enst or ree icn gopdrl act

2* Prizes of 25,00 are- 5000 50 ...of.........150...are........ 7,500 Dec. 15 30 tf require ten^ drops bt oil per day, when in con'/W .^ :^*< ^-^ ~^ Machin ry. vng or ers an pu""in
Prr, 20,000 ,: 00 ..10* re...-10 COMPOaNn L EXTRA OF clocaah ateou Prepared p at Fri htY 111d 10--3 Pi ere
To be ra1n every .a..tlr5..arS,.Quarter0 Sarsaparilla, Queen's ileligl, &cp r ch :ec Hall, F ic Fa by un -of tI if kain nd .TN C
260 'K ^ 'S r ^Sre )App0rOX 0iaioT1, Prizes. OR Purifying the Blood and removing alldis- t gh h^out an danger of alterm N UR EER IEL S. as fc "* o *W IACST .^
4 Prize of $ 5Pzes of $500 TO B DRAWN Bl0an kes Plains and ueis o henm H.l pean naitb by U E 1, .L a1 Hr Shoot ing. Ci- NP... MS n

64 Prizes of 000 10 Prizes 2, J50 20,000 Pa. n e ,ec a s re d so supetredor a mas er that we Ihallen.e com ~ . l n) n I .

64 Prize e of 00 are 3,840 4 1).'5 10,00 500 *Rheumatism, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Ulceration of y pairison The sai e Machaine will so t pavilion mes. .LIL/
l28Prizes of 0 50 are 6,400 4 city o 5,000 4.O i the Throat and Legs, Pais and Swellings of gaue and plantation goods. The sean is elastic Ch ston Agents-Mesers rN .AllA ,'r-
--t6,504 Pres of 32 are 176,128 *,,lO an ,00G 640 the Bos,- Tetter Pimples in the Face .es the mepes elastic fabric, and will not break in Pri T r*-in f y, aoard of iret tor o
28,224 P rizes of 16 are 451,584 8 (- .,000 480 s t e d h-or ironing. The same Machine runs RUTR--E undersigned, RI.v R u.. .. -c e Ape i ,- 1. ,ir..o. Company held at 1er

P--- --- 8 0 400 Ol Sorea, and all Cutaneous Erup- oilk, linen thread and comJon -pool cotton with 1 ^ ., N.. -er, I'n, ae r d in a on the 7th da yofNovembr, A. D. 1857 ,
34,412 Prize ountig to..........81,030,472 8 40 1,500 320 tions Neuralgic Affections, equal facility. The needles are shorter. nd Quince s, is, Servic- iees, ,t,: -1-.. ..11I- ny. ISn bm lco.o', t C .-o l,., r, an. following resolu ion was adopted;

> TICKETS ailS FA L1ES 88-QUARTERS $4, 400 4 20 100 8,000 ^ ^* Mercurial Diseases, therefore stronger than any other' higH or low p^rbe varietie adapted1^1 to ouhen ulur. is prepareri to furmish ';- WH if~, The0 work othe Florida Rail
,** b EIGHTHS $ .to 8 1 200,000 A18 5 or i th o i and pree i c Machi uThoa toe are superior. tmll 1 T TREES--Alonds, >nls W uts, o 10NI\I1E T Atf< GRAVE- itin ich binS I-

976 e,0 6 ^ -5 er 0 5. fatal cnsequen e of Mercurials in Syi ilis n rbeen t eirty i o a $182 y n de00. Po TIN o I ,eFo fele 1TON E T A iETS ten or, n theo pr tic bbe gl
6u .as 4 to be drawn Oct,,aer 22, 1859. JOtN kENi.ic..... .......... W. A. SKF s ,.eI l s l r ; L- ,nNE, t. D.""-,ll -, b I O Za-7-77, g' -a fr fth .... .r r,, o e .hre. a e b e

qrerg Ti e, ^ l 8 T t heB* O I E o ing .1e er if i ..ae' fA e-f ,.a.., 1e ,,c ketsr$60 .n Ph"rr.Ex.:v successio..r 1me in 11.< season. -s..nts.JonPT gnEl.:..^o. you address us,, pla hand g ng your b r 10 2urter Tickets, 15 .. B .-rd o ES, ,-Tee largest and most varied collection \ I ANTLES, mae to orer. Terefoe Resolved, That the rrL bL A
Potr Otil, Co~upty, and Statez and your orders 10 Eirhth Tickets 750 deserves much more notice tha" hs been be ers on Factors taken in payments in the South. Th e, 8 utmost a care taken in fini-ihuig the work rected to invite subscriptions to th-,:.'. Y kn
-will beanswored by return mai.- C stoweIT upon it. It has been used for the last WA KrrM A N ,EDGE PLANTS-- "sage, Orange, and M- i- the most perfect style. Company upon the same teThs as Piret fra

Thiat we send the Official Printed Drawing to In OJrdfernit ckets or Certiflcates ten of fifteen years by several of our most dis- ~-** "* *l.AH A>t cartney Rose. for fieli;; Arbor Vitae, Prints, Cas All orders received will be promptly executed to take such steps as may afford the sti
Every patron amediately after the same is phlsse the mn ton our .iel.Iressfor the tick- tinguishe Physicians, and I believe they have AffCI for ttie Sale Of thlp88 rd1li)atp(! s~ia, Ac., for Gairdens. 'and socld at svanrtrak prices venient opportunity to the inhabitants of the'
fa .ued, .with the Drawing a Statement to .dered: e Pe= ir ifc ,.. h they will be for e.er had cause to deny to it a high rank among 11 MISCELLANEOUS-Embracing a great, va- gy ilv- Medal awarded by the South Carov erat interested counties ( rLle S k

|* ettch indirtaual ofwhat heor she has draWn. wnrided ^-W maiil. :ff l si-i can have tick- our indigenous medical plants. (Ed. So. Jour. I S' C T i*- ^ S riety of Plants, Vin s and small Shrubs, as well lins a I'tii~tu Fai-, in 1857, for the best work. A true copy from the h ites
.. ..~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~ "hJ.SAL "tA,laht)l- r .. .... I .. Ir .l .-1 IN ses. making STOV -r"<-: ,= PYnhfc

.That we cash nil Prizes under 81,000 Immedi- e endi in .an ligur ev.... designate. Med, and Phar.) PREPARED BY J OS a Dillin?, Asparagus, -d- other Ga-d_ Roots. ORMAN BROWNSON, Agent. et. CALI de ,'

atelr afer the Draweing, in Specie, Bank Notes The ,, o, DrUwM number .and Prizes will KENIFICK & SKRINE, 249 Kin2 Steet, C-arl.ston, S, f "r which see Catalogue. REFERS TO .- '
Purcn i wilnumo.. t n.... Prize. will be S.Ie Pan.prid he ic, r. d ---- '- : r. n ., r .1 an of hs i E. Leoavi, F n8, m e no u n t l :ou r t. hner

^^** 'JU^^^^^H~il tc purchaiser immediately alier he draw. PAU\MLI1TO \EAST POWDER., ~ (3'^^WTy a^V na i. al l .e p ,.;.p.el:. (,,rw-.rde~rin J hli.,1 Col II an.nus, A- .. f"'-'*'?"""-n-.>.ve ma.e .inlher in persin.o,
**J~ii^Sil^^^^^^^^K~l l m in at b **viu, _.i^y_ f^ J~ 1 l anlianncr as 1 v& t]Sellionl t. Rev .m 11n M. Kc-nnedy lurer, he no ffl t'he presen-ii a~cssesntlbe
Jl^^ffl ~~l^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HR>E.SPON*DENCE F..r mi.ikin" Eu. k-he-it nrl .ill kindl< rf C.'.I:e, T 'r"n ",-,.,;~-, liauin s....',e,,], ii ici apt r e pircu, *Nf^ t-l, ,.. pliFine'jn, Es..,' ** 50.1"" "ne t-"1^ r" 6100Oi>: Thie Coldp!
mailto an one an us MAN. n.,;:; re ,"-,'ulywl r,^ fo i :. .- CIii,'* (^pw., a* 'ey au *r 75 ,0U ers f an
is I s J E risk, a d """.c.. the ntr... the -to ,r 1E e ep s ....o. ... ... 10 1 SES -e-keep also

t o a ll h e .. d r s to T H E .I .... o ......... 5 ,0 0* .... ...,..... 5 .0 0 0 S Wt IN s.GE .t *- 1.N E Cr. on h an d all d eseri tp^^ons of fuT '
.^ tGES, 0AVIS & CO,.-,<-. 'K STREET. as oAE co. .A 3EF. 0 II ^ F R THE L,-T TW e Er! asesr.aer S.eshMdisn u.
COUif JBI [A ALACONt,- to ........ 0UU i5 { FFERS H.... ..L.E ANs E..." .E- [Tf l1 IL nn. eer .er-,rii e to by Note o GEO. s, '. CALL Se' l.
,fit LE-1 .... j, a generaliL t, i-i tll- litL..L ,I'M... o eru ti.rI5 t i ow l ocila d J n
.^C Am 1 .r anyciyr. to.n. here he ha-ean TS.... T.O.K IT E LA.. 1 EST "D 4. ,rqtnE1S .Mh AILS. .-_ V ......... 4... --ALUABLE:.

e t qreof, that they "^ usa pp rped Envelope," or the express conspinyv ,}tesq;,, :^ r *CiP,^ in :I/v n* cm arrit:^ ^;;^ ,.e r .. leH|(oto hAMSEY- RA EY. ; -.HE .&OLANO GR NT"-situa
l.. .a ration filed m said" caue. cannotre'celve them. .'-'" tre".'+" .. ... in .... '.' hn l .n no Dr *rer;n LE an Iui"rlnr .'v, in tu .n ,Gaine ,e,..' u.. f -v l. iT East ,ide' o te St. J,in's river b.
.e v B R O O T H O M P S ON-r u esO. A, ,o m:nu i c a t i o n 8 S t ri c t l n ul l,,i a l s oeo Ene -r r.., , (.no .o. ,, N Nn I, .;,lo a o ., .odain -e- 'i i l l O C a er e ,
.t D -. O rders.f..r T tickets or Cer. itioa- es, b..-. r -..,t,,e....r with a en .r ,. a.r ,i -, l e nrdv Lrp n r.) Lu -.i -I.e....W e t ..,, l._ ,n _,1,,J u ,; a -,; ^ ^ i
JF Mail or Express, to be diree which he oae ,,n as g,,d and ro., nable e-s ;T-n ..., fll)2 .i wi enu l...-n .. .. lk.iE Rq tT.
.. k ce .hi ,,r,...hvfrgnn jored-',lMe.N N EOY c e asv u w pc.lh di p, FI l ikg p liers,, P+ +d : 4 1. New P. n Use wit s ,'o

*... .....hare' hej a ugoJo Sav e.a n .a .. areuly pa IlE T orle n coiud.as. a7 y epu la ind he L .... S .tyl .. lhrEl..N-NG. .ill l.ne o Mler KPov. on wb.i fl 'a 0 tp
g 11N m r -1 ou Dr w BaU..tq 10 2a Ai (Ff .1 o te H ua a d N r ,~ns
ia of $e,0 es n 1,00 H. W. KINSMANk, --e 1`,11 "e Jal 21 As
Th, ri0rete rops a3 ire r d~lpre,, Wh e rn o- ..-,, ---f-4----,- : M machine y.

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a2oicestfresh iats. i. ** E.II.1IC I lrD A rtC airil7,18'i-tf BROOMF E& T.COPSO1
2 Prizes of 0 l 000 aar h0000 .... ...... .... are.' 00D is no- pk e prearear, .n..enmaking o..r. r g T y Pn
Cit ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 3 drops oftl~ oilt vur day whor in con-Sp. 6" nr a I4bu i rvmnto ae
25 000 ao -0 50 ... of '. er. 7,0 "" enp s They enn A L.... nns than a 'e L T 0 R I %I
T vtfPrize o. f. 20 00 a e 40 00't I 0 f ... Of ........ 5...c 0 ,.aae ...... 1 0. 81L00 easa a nel & c,, rnn "aF or- o w a- a E daogl o 1 aEt^r-n. ... 3 ,sio TA O ,
+ . lb^ Q ~ rfal~d o~ th t teom mn cloc k even wA then V.,, fift s-reen Thundr -d -L ..... o*w .,
hlsL .f~o~adAlei~^ ^ ...... 95gT 1CDE^- stt eso-n" per^/ minur- i- ^-te. They^9,%^ ^^^^^^-^
IL 01 .... ou ""- child-- 30,E8, -" *.".981"t""Ut0U"E-..- ,*,..,,-s^- ^Hf,, i.-,o. -' per. .s.OR-iin. h Boo adrmv galds teen.hort teso"h stc T eyw ii"^ I
i2 a'ie-ses Prr.i^ ingf rom tnhe mrit y of &a I !, tath er, nind, Svjt| riEbod "iTlifE SENT l'O .{ t r / l'l^l')r^O; ... .S." ma c"l0-l-
64 ~~~W orlde can workr them3 4t,, full s0peed. .humts, cofl, TsphaeUleatoyf'prio' h sne ahiewilst+[avlon" ;+ .:P IT".+<
a 250 Prizes of 5 ar 6,0 4 1) ,0040 teashroa risnd eg s from l] the impur i ngy ofga. tes, 1!Ji,FillpGanthten, Bid g toods Th sand is elaide W6EBB: EA._ 0).. .4, l'l"i', Tameia h Bado'i oso
6i54 P~rizes of a. 32 ares of 17612 -1 1 ' 0 to $60,000 640 and u .... .sp ilr- re~ter...o nms. ..mond e fo te cure ...oafh n s_ eatc arc n. wl o;Ie~"' i R I E % -P L ,.!iIir :IFR
6_- 824 Prizes (if 8..6ao o 4154 8 "0t ,0 S O ... oeana u mos .7u f ariso" '"fh nrThe sroing. Alhie wilsa e w M ahin ions l' :. _, N ti-, e, ,Icr 'uf+,.- dn o th 7hdy f oe brA )1 7.
12--8 Pr ze of0 4AL0 5120+00 4 (,0 s. Th ea an L g, P -- e d li d c m o p o o t nw t u n e ,F g SeiikT o s i. 11s, f. r ~ : t...~ ,:r Ie. .. .- y h u and followings ofresoluapl nation ga ado ted Th "etii l ~ i W 31
F 3,54i Prizes of n 32 ...... '. 17,1342 8 R M8 0 ,500 640 the + tons serli tfetihequ. faility Telsi fbi,-ne d wle noare ak ir n a poeHaitesaatdE othr utr. 31 ..pe~rd ofrih-.-L_ W ] ST ewro he lrd ah
+~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ it 96+ ATotr, Pimple in t; e therefore ironing. Then 'ame Machie r un hUT111'E -F,,, %PL,"] _%,cr.t '*'"-taeniinwihbn"
k1" 28,224 EPrHTeS of. 16 are51,584 8 3,0(),000 () F pr1.acm 1hi E;e arHuproEt l
..~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~. 'tfatso 6t .5)Tetfetso, v "": ftliSorenes, and aluaeruras EruSyphils. linen thread thusnd Mchmilnespo cotn with Fig Pcnas, alrlof whichear kAll'2 in u-li-wT? r~ TIr erorcial t-oa
itr h o option N e ur a lg ic A ff e pc rtions eq u al fnacm eiti yn Ti h e ne er e a r .h o-a .r a nd p r... .o. m te. a i t e ad a te tox l S o u h e r c ul..ure isu tio ofpi er t o totfurn b i re s n bvr-
TICKET-S~~r. t,4F PA.r LV-s wi-RlR $4, sol priced-Naiv andie Foreiin thhy best suprirts.
tctte o f 2 6 1 1 ld15 ) C e t i i o l i l rfa t l lurns eq u tne s o f. t her Qu e e n's i n S y h li s b' e re ,n t hirt qh u & s t-w iI Pl n e h c t e c a N utR A R Is; all oA PfR I E w h i c hT S t L* b eOaTr e i9e h n e 'p i e c n i e h a i

6 i," + IA$ T R NOTICE 1, flit tile ft,,lowir,g n'al;eq whicb i-16-the ri~: Vill.i,Aians are referred to the 5th and 6th Ni~s+, bepmaebtwih ft +,,. ..atterns -
F,, (if the6 "Soutlfff* ;Jutrraal (.f Mle~llith .-i BANLIsP. & (_?Rl ER.iXl :k P . .. a to 3',hriteb s "ite,iiwa .t 1-e.,,H .1,,r1 1n r, -- n1,iur n f,71i.e..t' ]w er hinv.hp_ til Les mct by
.. ... -Btin no-- ,,,l.v+ succession-.,,If L,,,t i,, the season. ...Me I I'0 4T L A "l N E'-, g .,, rt .aT io .. r
[Lt sse r u!T t s u g ia f ~e. a n 1 1 s [ e, It% th t is ~ r I R e a a of{ I E tA -Os-o- 1 0 1% h .l i't s 0 a d I1. -3 0l j 1 r ~
c+ ou d rssi Ikus, allet- k lin d ldis ofp, g i 3,n that && If Hall' Tnltet4, 30 &he Stiltingia Sylvatica, (Q ueeon 's ]Delight.) ES &o--h ,ageii mos VariteEE collctio AlA IIU S MAN LES
you ad-- I vaie collectio Tik t 15 I'ts bee be N.TL S ma-O dee on Facter. Ttakenb' ins d pay ent The utmost.r cae al
Pot ffta Co n y nQtt .& d o rod r ot u E rter Tickets, i 5 deserves much more notice than h sb ee b- t. .-hrer Ii os t ke n p y e t in the So ith. -- s gO a -a d M nthe most pe rfe styk ni]i ih( t ew r o p n u o h a etrm sb ne e
F Powil, Oflanso, ed bot y, reund Stateinl orodes 1 hh i t,75 stowe~l upon it. It has been used for th lst H. W KIN*SMAN9 .HEDGE PLAKTS-0 ge Irne In M- ordte rmst prfectstyed w
r- ii.Thatbenwoedw send theY Officialrtn miPrinted D rawing to In Ordleringaft kets or Vertiflicatesl ten 6r1 fifteen years by several of our most dis- I cartney Rose, for field ; ArborVitae, Priuts, Cas Alodr eevdwl epopl xctd t aesc tp smyafr h ~s
all ivrpto~mditl fe h ao s .]oseteme ur i.I.Iressfor teik-ting~uishied Physicians, and I believe theyhv Agent for thle Sale of these Celebrated sEOUa, e., for Gades ad -VsoldtSv nr Meali prcsvnelopotnttoteinaiat fh
iimud qd wth he Dawig a tatmentto never had cause to deny to it a high rank a nong Mi-SCE LLA.E U -E bqen a great va-
ecire e irlxee[t.91lik ,.h they will be for never l- [ tilver Fleai wre in Ih ot ao r. neetd(ute;deSt
"~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~ninu meia 'lrt.(d.S.Jui riety of Phlants, Vin s and small Shrubs, as wl iaIht ar n15. e h etwr recp rmLeh)e.
e ac h- indiviiiutal of what he or she has dr~.an wnrde,[ 'tll Wail. 111:a 10 s can ha re tick- our in ien u weila NOns E .S o r a 2 3 RM AN B -0 N O ,A e t
Th' at we cash fill Prizes under. 9,1,000 immedli- cis endi Vin anyv ligur e% e ,,,iv designate. Med. and Phar.) PREPARED BYr as D ahliias, Asparagus, and other Gard n Roots. ("0 C L ,Se
ately afte -the Drawing, in Specie, Bank Notes, The l'is; of Dra'wn rau.tinbers'and Prizes will KE I I K & S R N ,249 King Street, (Charlesln 1Q. co for wich e e C'.alollue. + REFE TO
or D r ofts. be sent t~o pur eba., h im m ed iately Liftt r the D I )[fl',. T I I-,. M, ,I1L L N P '.j a t F ur- C ,.-I .A ( S winner. M n ,n ( ,, t ,F ,,I ,u s a e ,r b ~ e ..n e ,l l o
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uruoh. r. wil l. Wum erW InM B num.bers o ,',ean,..,i,.t,,ize.t hewill be i ... n nAc a P r\ ...,. ,t :,sto ,i (.h(t the ...,ux-rir -. -v ... p11yaeie~a ,,lyp na en nh a
j a..n jh i .+ t ( t purch~isers in~ e it l l e h r w k M I.~c I ,,ni v,1 I-e 1,,, +.. ; IF- frw -tr,hle a if IJ h l.I "L- Iu .CrI-,An 1-1v he aJ eaerin erl
..n,.,gnttp~chs,' imeiael ate te ra- PALN~IF1I TO Y EAST POWDER., .%4 ~ fw Io % -a,,ar 'I ,
Il 1 4.1,11[ a -n annur atJ,' Pttr ahe a1t~ 1f It- Rresen WineNi Net
n,,t sen,"ing ES -P( N -1E N C E. ,n y hy m i, F,:,rn,: h andi'iin Tz tin. kwheO-i~g t nrcaar I aill kinroq,] .r r -, ,:]e,1 ETt ':,, kztfT" r'iher;, hIItI [ ,Ia rin.., sld -..tt[ their entire, I .,Jr h ,.r . ii";'. zr / v 4J:~ h F n ;a ,E ,.2 t"I h ,.h r .n s t so ~ r a d n n

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4L ).M SO A" tichment. A'T" OU R I R { K A.NDL EXPFNSE. I's ` "4"-"""". *t.,+etea,- e~eh ist.fN:\ebrnx,
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h r e .q fi eO t t he re of, th a t th e y m u st a p p e a r p e d E n iv e lo p e o r th e e x p re s -s c o lp a n y e a t u A lak 'C(. IA ,lq %`..Gn iin~l.rri d L i,,f tl,le (`ir4r. I .. F e rnes~ie ,.,,a
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