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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: July 20, 1854
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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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 with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
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From At Ifcbili Z> rted on the floor ----
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s ot''the senate; we ,.are"satisfied;: witH'' the' "
)T wIwA1cAnrzxTEL_ : that the Missouri i line platform, n.nd'nt'thegeoctbrotner( sprawling bo decided :dong with the\\ally of'
\, : THE vf mas OF THE SOUTH. '; was repealed erected by1the Nati6ndlWhig| ; Con- down the ," ,
I MW.pale l young girl,in latter', eland by the Compromise of 1850 ;, but .to vehtion pf ..1852. ; The workmanship < step!'. her llajcstvj! the 'Emperor i : or' the' ,*' '

Bride a lady loitering at her door; The Petersburg intelligencer sometime this the North reply, i if such were of able and<( -accomplished\ southern I arid You' will; excuse"me, :br ircii' ; Frencfi.. (llear, hear) 'Jt.haa.td li') ; "
Of nrct, tiMuca waa tho dreu,h. ; sisters rsaid; the ist ;
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Wll'O- the iiccrted
fact r c withiother if
since a ro-repeal was statesmen furnishes confused ? powcrsi, thos *
The inppliant lifted her baud.JL contained a long cditoral superfluousand ,' scope ,and and : } ':
timidly without'looking J ,ai,
mischicvions tho i should; as rl. stand *
powers hope, fc/
article audit
reviewing the position of ; cannot be verge enough" for our' political necessities work lo-Jl ,
weak, appealing gesture sure it was, Northern denied that few; North and juit doneHfor.I, '.could our side. in this conflict for the independence .'
Whigs the Nebraska persons, or wo do not believe ''
To which her rawed eyes, bright with tears nnehcd. -- bill upon onth, go to the extent1 of the sectional any not avoid it.. I have: $sausages of Europe, (hearr.hear'; ;) '
doc Convention
arriving at the conclusion that it can improve '
pocket and ,
: uiy that :
dog has been'trying but than ,
that the
trine more exact
was impossible for Southern advanced by the senator from upon it.. The it embodies termsof'that .
Mutely responded: 'Pity the poor! they auid- Whigs principles to grab them ever 'sinco' I Jl
ind tiuu aLe stood mndpcidcd! her own cause. longer to fraternize with them politically .Illinois. were cordially and.uaitedly embraced came,.upon'th'e.premises 1"Yourreaders fortuno peace must 'depcn 'o th q ..t
ni and recommending the holding We have earnestly contended that by the southern Whigs, andare:: justas : Cf war,'must depend! upon -\
haughty lady-witb.meant stare. the may judgo of die ef- the success with, which&eciuntet'
Duwa looking from the mounUin of her pride, at no distant day of a Whig Southern Compromise of 1850 established true,- important'aud pertinent to- feet such an announcement' 'would tho embattled legions of Russia: Hi HiI

At the lora creature standing by her ivk- Convention. The Democraticpress i thc doctrine of non-intervention, as day as when that platform" was' adop have at a funeral.. 1 hope is, that.this arilI.cet'with
Shook: from her satin, odor oti the air. as was quite natural, havo been understood at the south, as regards ted. These principles the proper ,Sr the success, which! from: Its objects .

" Jost then came by a lonely) widow' child, very active in spreading the Jntclligcncer's the territory to which it specially tests of party fealty ; whoso tind3 LORD JOHN RraELL'4: ELECTION: SPEECH. and,.from', ;its] ,motives i ; 'i it deserves -,
and
Who,placing! in the beggar palig the food article, and in several in- applied, to all future acquisi: theai too straight, and conservative but this I.will that insufHcientpeace'otiglit ..
'. Which its own hunger craved: in tunes subdued, stances, with ill-concealed gratification tions ; and this interpretation is, we can repudiate ,them, but\ in so doing, Lord John Russell has been unanimously to say; no hear '.,.. .:
Slid: Take it, for you need it ntu&t,"and* sailed. have accompanied it with lau- think, admitted by the so-called Na- he withdraws himself from the party, re-elected to his seat as 'amember' t. bpmade; :: ( 1I.rJthat :
we ought not to lay dowa'oux: .
The scornful dame rebuked ly that sweet sight, datory comments. As Whigs, we tional Whigs who opposed the N e- and, call himself by what name he of Parliament for London. arms untifwe.have obtained ".'

Blushed through the crunson:: mockery: of her have long since learned how to appreciate braska bill. While, then, we do not I may, can no longer be admitted into Mr. Urquhart, who announced him for the ,future (loud chemj-Hthat security; .

rrmjce; the friendly and disinterested consider the more act of voting its councils ; but all who honestly self as ready to contest the election, having mado' the exertions .

Then cd. with a curling lip, her huge counsels of the Democracy, and asrainst that measure a violation of and faithfully adhere to tho plat-- was not even proposed. At the close which: have( inade. -tfreat that .h :' -"

And stately figure to its silkca height. the conduct of the :southern: wing of Whig faith, or a proper test of Whig form, whether they be few or many, of the.proccc'dings, Lord John a'd5 bad our we eyes opened to-the: desin.Vlng .

Oh,lofty Udy when at Heaven'gitc, that. party: : during. the. present Administration soundness_ we believe the principle' it whether they be from the north or dressed the_ meeting_ in terms more of Russia, and -the other nations' iJ.t' ,. .,
Your friuichiaed. soul sUnd pleading: for admit- in relation" to rrceson-- contains is entirely consistent with from the south, are entitled to sharein decisive than any yet used uy a mem- Europe having likewise bad their

Once, ism at the North, has not been suchas I tho Baltimore platform, and eminently the honors and labors of the good ber of the Government on the sub eyesopened to those ; .'"

Denied The gerdianspirit the: outcast in will recall wordly the sUtc pittance to exalt either tho wisdom or pa- just in itself; and as it is now old Whig cause. Why, then, leave abroad ject of the present war. should be the most-silly. desrgDS--WO of mortals: if .

!'. .your triotism of its political Gamaliels the I lajv of the land, made so by a and patriotic platform, fash-- After soaie preliminary remarks on we:. were to sign an insecure .

Oh. tender urchin, soft angelic:eyes sufficiently in our esteem: to make us, majority of the Northern vote cast:; ioned by southern men, and founded the Eastern question 'and' the origin which would leave it to peace, ,
Watched and recorded that j ourprcsent'enemy
good deed of thine; Southern Congress:: we are to all the Constitution itself for of the war, he continued n "Gentle- '
as opposed on
Whigs
learn un- .
After lift-* traruil you bhall sue it sbiuc, 1 willing to any to' bide his tFm until, by.tha
AU Ur-cinbluoncd$ : : on your unlive: skies.J'rotutanU. our policy or duty at their feet. As agitation for repeal, and cannot con I tried political system that a new and men, I now proceed to the mode in dissensions of the other powers; and:

(J&t.iet yet, few Whig journals have noticed sent to engraft any such policy upon I sectional! : Convention can de\i3e- which this war is to be carried" on.- by the weakness< of some of .thoser /

-_.e. the article in question,and but oae- our political creed. But Messrs. Why abandon a present good for, at (A voiceThat's; right. ) Let me powers he should find a better opportunity -

\AmET1E: the Montgomery Journal-that we Hunt, Bell, Cullom, Clayton, Everett best, a doubtful l prospect of a future remark in the first place, that it was of accomplishing his design -
have and others of the noble better ? observed by a member of tho base ; "
to its -same -
Life i il most wearisome when it is worst spent. seen, assents rccommeada- (Cheers.) .
. A man cannot be generally admired ifh* merits tions. It is not surprising that the stamp, though they did not rellcct No, no ; let us hold fast to our of Commons,and most truly observed, Let us consider for a moment what

are above the gensnu: couijMvlicua.oii. conduct of many Northern!: Whigs, our views in opposing the bill, are own good work, and if the event when we were embarking: in this that design is. I will give it from '

the General uui"Ch&llaw happinew: justice can; have and no lore.other basis: > than both before and since the passage of still good Whigs and true ; and we shall prove, as we hope and trust it i war, that it was not a war in whichwe no unfair interpretation of that which, > ,

Wanted, an intended bride who is willing to the Nebraska bill,should arouse passion are not prepared to endorse any will not, that southern Whigs are I could expect. those advantageswhich : has been said by the Emperor of Russia -, r;:

begin housekeeping in the Mine style in which her and excite disgust in the breastsof measure, which must necessarily ostracize alone faithful l to( the noble national had attended.other wars add himself. It is said that the Principalities -' 0

parent began. >outhcrn men regarded as belong- them for boldly and courteously principles therein embodied, let us that: the conquest of islands::! such, : : which he occupiesnnd BuI-.

to There faith in is God nothing, and like in courage Uis overruling in misfortune! Providence; next, ing to the same political faith ; but discharging what they bo- the more proudly and tenaciously for instance, as Jamaica and Trinidad garia, should be held under his pro-

a man'*faith in himiclf his s.u .t...a. such moments of excitement are not hewed to be a high duty to the coun cliagto them, still bearing aloft the were not to be achieved from a tection ; it is that Constantinople itself -.. .
The buiiness an lu-icsi uiaa can:: power like R'!.. sia.- Indeed, there
poorest
engage try. revered standard should
tho
most favorable for originating bequeathed= us by I not be occupied either: by. '
fa i wfce
ia thatof politic for the of its reward.
Tha as5unptioa! that all the the immortal and Webster arc none of the possessions of .Rus its
judicious and well-considered : Clay the
Some lone bachelor editor i ill gu'Jtr of the followinr plans present government, .or .byjany'
: Why* the heart uf loser l.ke the sea tr- for the future of a great party, nor Northern Whig opposition to the great founders of our party,now'gone sia, which'.1 think we should' be disposed free government which could harbor

great petit}sighs liecause(1%e.)it ia a l sucrcU-r (sa; crueLer) of are counsels thus sell t forth particularly X e 1"a ka.Kans3.s bill proceeded from to their rest ; and fall at last, if fall to, accept even if they were those who might; be considered as his 7 'I

for wisdom hostility to the south is in our opinion must with the of offered: to us. I am sure there are enemies it is therefore that Constantinople
'Guilty or not guilty? said! a JuJre; to a native distinguishable or dis we glorious symbols ; -*
cf the EmerAld Isle. "Just a* your bom plaies. cretion. The proposition is to hold a incorrect. a conservative nationality= above us, none which I am disposed to covet. like *'t". Petersburg and;
4 It'*not for the likes o'me to dlcUt.: :to your houor a That (Cheers.) But there is more than
worship," wa the reply. Southern Whig Convention, to con-. a large number of the northern proclaiming to all the world that our Warsaw,should be subject Russian r

An Irishman: has: bocn beard to observe that the sider the policy} and duty of the wing of the party} bitter Free- party died, as it lived, true to the this. We have all venerated the protection and to Russian influence.

Chinese fowl recently imported into this country, ; Whigs of the -outh," in view of the soilcrs. as they are,-were thus influenced Constitution and its" compromises; glories of Nelson, of St. Vincent, (Cheers.) I say to you at flnce, that "
must be low in thj.r iiwvcmeuu,
.rote necessity they, don't travel very by rul, SKIIIJJ: ouly -Lo(
chin" China fowls. their opposition to the Nebraska hypocritical; sectional, and in which that sacred instrument was at. the victories by which they achieved to the liberties of Europe. I ask

"\That is the difference between mo and a new bill have rendered it the highest degree despicable is the'cradle and the their fame, were victories achieved to such! consummation.
novel!" inquired 1& highlt-jvu: diuiiJ of her impossible for ; unfortunately once safeguard.It : you: oppose a I
beau. "1t ia thia,"laid h.:: >uovtl a uid because I the >outhcrn Whigs longer to affiliate } true ; but that such were may be that fanaticism will, at against an enemy who came out into i believe that British hearts, British

. it rtJ.Whiit u iuturektuig." ; you arc iukte..Lug because : with them in a national point of the motives governing the men and last, destroy the vitality of the Con- the open sea to meet them (loud courage, and British means are equal;
you arc the at the north known will cheers,) and who, in that fair 1 fighting, i ia with allies :
mtkes. the milk BO warm?" said Betty; to view, their aversion to the measure presses as stitution-that sectional strife conjunction our with;
the milkman, when he(brought hoi pail l to the dour being based upon supposition thatit the National Whigs we have uo idea, rive the noble: keystone from, our were encounteredby? the valor! and the sympathies of Europe and. not.

CIne broke worniug., and tuissu'i'leuMj\ took. the mUIII water, tho INto pump-lund.e the bilcr.: favors the institution of slavery and it is doing theai and ourselves Governmental 3.1'chan that a decent prowess of: our admirals and sailors. only of Europe, but of the whole

and "outhcrn interests." injustice to confound them with the regard for the opinions of mankind (Cheers.) world, to achieve success, and I earnestly
LuJ erhn made calculation of
The Merchant'
a :
th. tmmb of punou:who hare died: *lice the cum- The above proposition assumes, in Frccsoilcrs. Among the northern anti the immutable! law of self- We have now to deal with an enemy pray that God may'give1 the'

CMMeaieut uf the Christian cr.... It sums up the the first place, that the Nebraska bill Whig opponents of the bill were preservation, may compel the southto who encloses his ships in walls of victory her Majesty's arms: for that ..
death at three billion hundred iud
million cue forty is to be a test of Whiggery ; secondly those;,; who ably and zealously: maintained sever all political connection with granite, who places them behind purpose (Loud cheers.) 4" :r. .,

Tom Hooreaiid to Pod, oulouVing at the picture that the opposition of Northern at great personal risks, the the north ; but that hour has not ye: stone walls and latteries of gans, .1- *,, -
of an Irish oratorVou can soe the wry quiver finality Baltimore 'Heaven it and who never' ventures to meet THE: : TURKISH WAR-POSITION OPUELLIGEBEXT3. '.J 't' !'. .
platform at come and we
of hillira." Tea," gild J'.e1. "..od the urrow Whigs thereto, was on account of a } adopted pray may Dundas) in the open'ea.. '
or Napier, Vthe
coming out of it." JIouw was Uling th.. to one supposed advantage the --GUUI was to who are still willing to abide never come. Let us not hasten its t 'Jt J
of hi* countrymen, wlw uuawacd: "He meautomi it and by its provisioas, and wha, in the recent approach by returning aad (Cheers.) But if they should show /'
? coining out of it." gain by ; thirdly, that a Convention angry themselves. I have no doubt those In relation t3 this matter,the Lon

A laughable circumstance took pUcc a short is the proper means to pro- exciting case at Boston, defcnd-- bitter words, .which fester without gallant admirals would be able iu: don Times states that;-i! may.b \ ..al- "
time ilnce. A* a soldier wa carrying the dinner. tect the interests of the south. Let cd its most obnoxious feature to the healing: to the invectives( ( of the already observed that 'a ..militarymovement
belonging Co hllmcu from Jie b uc.-r'i' *. outf. of ha north-the nautical phrase, to give a good account -
slave northern and thus add fael to ,
fugitive law-with
compniunscimingbd&nd b c.iILt "U.nLkJD& !" us dispassionately examine these several :- press, of these fleets. Loud cheer ha taken place on tho
wa..aa! thia wol-d! Iipin! di.o.dkrd.o. p dhLi hands particulars in the light of reason unliminished zeal antI ability. But the flame of abolition excitement: ; be( whole Hue operations,which throws
Mid at the *anw: tiini th J dinner ol JJ uatortuoatjcomradt : for the followers of firm reliance the lug.Vhat) they may able to accomplish .
Sward but with ,
*. and fact, and see how far they should Grccly a upon jus-! as matters stand, it is not considerable ligh ,on the nature.of

Alice Carey, in a late poem, uses thU: very beautiful influence the judgment and action of & Co., we have no more respect tice of our cause, and our! will and for me, it; i is not for any one of us, to second portion of. this campaign. ,

guru- j-outhcrn Whigs. than we have for the free soil wingof ability to maintain it at jeverjr hazard decide. All I know: i is that have The Russians had extended their lino : .:[ .,
_Even for the"!dead I will not bind ;, we '
the Democratic let wait the issue. If '
under John us calmly in the winter from
party, : east
My soul to griel.de.ith cauaut long;; divide; Are we prepared to make= ths vote given thssa coinaiaads to gallant and operations ;
For i ill it not a* if the ro.c had cUmb-id! on the Nebraska! bill a test of Whig Van Huron, Cochrane, Dix & Co., the press and people of the southwill skillful! admirals that all that gal- to west, along the coarse>: of the Danube .
Sly garden wall and blossomed on tho other side?" orthodoxy. A brief reference to the petted and pampered though the agree thus to act, there is gooJground and skill ; do will and they 'occupied' the, whOle l of .-
lantry they
can accomplish -
If thou but loitering servant, send him: [
onthin
a arc by the Administration:: and fellow to hOW Jthat theffxcitcmeatnow Wallachia, threatening to attack*tho .
and of that
ha origin history
urr&DdJl1JIt before : dinner. } measure: : and that they are worthy "'< ,
What relation is the door-mat: to the scraper? will aid us in arriving at a just con- :hipped, by southern Democrats ; ragin'i.'tI.ftl1.c northVnb! ; longerfed sons of Ea' lanl. (Loul choers.)- extreme left of the Turks at Kalafat-, '

A 1r.er-/.rlAn'. I elusion. The country, at the assembling and we do not regard them as bo by northern opposition, will soon We therefore to rest satisfied and even to enter :-c 'Yla.for the pur-r:.
ought -
A'IWU1 who retiree from business and lives on longing to the Whig party. wear itself out, and bo succeeded bya of turning the fortress of Wid-" 'j
of the pose
the Congress was that that which
interest of his money, way be wid to be resting: present can be accomplished -
on his ot&l&.,.,. enjoying profound quiet, under the 3. We are opposed, then, to the healthaad: conservative!, public they "will ..accomplish,. and din. heil'urks !held the fortresses
'I Why are the snows of Mount RUne like a sh'p- operation! of the Compromise measures call for a southern Whig Convention spirit, acknowledging our rights and that tha'Cfrhidr thee undone of the Danube, by a line of equal extent '
builder?. Beamae they can aeakaclt (have a
fcwaei) whenever they get ready. of 1850, solemnly ratified and ; because, first, no adequate occasion willing to sustain them. could not bo done by,uaaan")f ourage, and the two armies retained ,

"Have you much fwb iu your basket?" asked a made part of[ their national }platforms for it exists; second, admitting. From this nettle, Danger, we may=. or by human skill. ;(gaeers.J *>! ) But, this'position as long as Prince Gort-
h. tr ion of a ftllht.1'maDVhu was returning home.Tea all that its advocates yet pluck the flower, :afety. schakolf had the chief command.-
; a good eel," wu the Mthsr: hllppery: reply. by the two great parties dividing charge againstthe gentlemen: we havc-doae that which.:
Why ia water in a ship' !hold !I.ke] a man in prison ;- the country, when, unsolicited! north, it does not seem to promiseus '1 i[has not been done;' usually ia former Upon the arrival of his superior in.. 4f

, ? "Because it WaD U to be baled (balled) out. by a single outhern journal, and so; any good ; third, if it were desirable 4 LOOK BEFOILEYOU' KICK. wars ; wo have at the very commencement military rank, Prince P Paskiewitsch f*
"You are writing my bill on very rough paper," the agitation of the A our movement commenced,which is now
said a client .to h attorucv. "Sever mUlct;, said far as yet appeared, without the advice present minister in one'of orthodox of the war saat a land The '
the lawyer, "it baa to bajtteJ before it comes iuto i of a single Southern representative question is premature ; fourth, it churches, while on his way to preacha army for the defence of our ally. You almost completed. Russians evacuated < "
Little Wall chia threw their:
court. a Democratic senator from Illinois presupposes a change in southernsentiment funeral sermon in the country, all know that our military means arc ,

net The are latest Ttf1amall report of, and PurVJ are! fcsuions m.tra worn ears!: about:-93on-the introduced a clause into the Nebraska which does not exist! ; called to see one of his members, an far inferior to those of the great extreme left into the'Dobrudscha, -
thai baad." We shoe ....11an and, lastly the feature of sectionalism ,: concentrated: their force.: oppositethe
ueck on the MippoMi bill directly repealing the old widow lady, who lived near the continental monarchies ; that= we do '
be tied round the unities b.f.: *ro long. Missouri Compromise. After coquetting it necessarily involves is exceedingly road: : he was travellin '. The old lady not call out our 80,000 or 100,000men ) centre of the Turkish;, positions, '
Were the true visage of sin seen at full Fglit and thus transformed theuOong lino' .
4i. dressed and nopaiulud, it were iiuposa.ble,. wh'ler' with it awhile, the administration distasteful to those who combatted had just been making sausages, by conscription to swell tJO'ranks tQ:1Ihe"Danube:
it ao appeared that any one soul could be in love declared in favor of the measure the Nashville Convention, and and she felt proud of them, they of our armies; that our armies operations, parallel if
with it; it would rather floe from it as h.dcous and for upwards of 200 milc into a column .
':. abominable. and after a long and bitterstruggle the anti-Union doctrines to which it were so plump, round and sweet. Of therefore, are slowly raised, to the coursedf"

i. Tbe greatest pleasure connected with wca'tb, it became the law of the gave utterance. Let us'rather, as courses she insisted on the minister raised .by voluntary ,enrolment, and, perpendicular : .
s consiaU in acqnu-inc it. Two months alU-r *man land. On its face, this bill proposedto southern Whigs, watch and wait}?'-' taking some of the links' home to his therefore,that we-novel' do send armies that livert; :PrincePaskiewit3ch.hasaccordingly >

at. comes fretful as Into be a did fortune when,be b3 worked teL4juat for.as/oui prosy-and s.xGreat and: repeal a settlement which had, at The people of tho north have been family. lIe objected, on account of nor do I thinkthat: tho loversof : removed his headquarters attempt --<:,
frbmliucharestjto Jassy an
: ."1. least nominally, endured for morethan recently excited to a degree scarcelyappreciable not having his portmanteau: along. the Constitution would wish :that : has: been ;to : '
men make mUUkes u well es little ones. and by. the south in its 'should scad armies of 150,000 ,even 'ma..de' sur'round' .
under whichthe overruled or
. This was illustrated once by Mr. Calbouo: who; thirty years, present The objection was soon we that,'place ffcich i* an opaa
.; took the position that all men are not 'created freeted :'outh,although justly feeling herself state of-quiche0! ; and, it is not and the old lady, after wrappingthem 200,000 men into the field.: (Hear, with field fortifications. -

!' sad equal" Said he,"only two"mat were .: the worsted party, was willingto improbable that when they shall in a rag. carefully placed a bundle hear) But even the army that we town '
and one of these was a tsomait .Austrian forces ia Gallicis!
F. because it come calmly to review the wholesubject have sent has already been the meansoftroops The : -
of
7 Dr:Johnson, when In the fullness of years and L continue was a bargain.If in either pocket the preacher .
. North moved ,. of those now againstus he despatched to a Turkish ; Transylvania!although they have ;
; kww1e4K1'o said:- never took up a DeW.pep.'I' the by a spirit of many capacious coat. Thus ,equipped, being ,
: without Sndin swnethiug I would have deemed it justice and comity, proffered to us will be convinced of their error, started for the funeral. fortress, \\"hich"was surrenderedin been ,collected i in those provinces ,
e loss net to wire without deriving, r
.L' from it instruction: and veu amusement"; never: move the restriction, to which she, and be prompt tor do us j justice, who, While attending to tho 'solemnnr the l late' war to the armies of Russia within a'' comparatively short spac.;,: :

:. The illustrated News may well express surpriseat under exciting circumstances, assented by indiscreet or hasty action oa > ceremonies of the grave, some ,hungry -I'mean the fortress of. Varna':; of time, are. already embarrassed ta'find'suppiies .:
i' the taste which finds pleasure in' wearing"rep parts be driven into and audio have .thus eaabledi: Ae bravo without.causing distrss7 _
she could not be to may permanently the ,
scented
tit tile Jewelry." "When we.aee, ," remarks the News, expected re- : dogs: sausages to'the inhabitants, for the, harvest of,. ,
, "a beautiful, young lady wdh a clasping,her loot .even such lardy justice ; but, :I the_ ranks_ of"our.' enemies. were not long ,in tracking thom to and .able commander;of-.the Turkish
'S arm we think of the apusUe and wonder why sUe and to last year was extremely: scantythprice &;=:
'
_ does not shake it oft" from first to last, no OLO was ever Indeed, we have already cucouraging the pockets of the good man's. overcoat. forces to 'increasehis array, .'.of. food i is inordinately high,:' -

', There lately resided ID an Ayrshire Tillage a authorized, either in Congress or out i indications: of a favorable change ,Of ,course; this 1/'\vas; a great add a considerable''reinforcement' and the of the :rrincipaIi-'- ff (
occupation
? baa who proposed, lik* Leman. to write an ety- of, it, in behalf of either the Whigsor in the conservative' "Whif* 'press, of nnoyanc, and 1 he'was: 'several times. to -that army wh1hI; trust, will : :..

Beln toolorioal: ?< asked.dictum what he ry andcrstjod of the }Enrich the; word labJtUage.ji lJilJAo2 :-. Dcmocratof'the'. South,. to demand tho north ; whose .rec'e t violence l has under;th necessity of..kickingthosowhclp3 enable .him ,to powith.l .tho Russians ties consumed.the by the Russians i has of! cut offer .
produce
;.. ." ..mean, he answered,w.th. readiness and coni- itsrep al. The question, then, been the source'of great'surprise and away. The obsequies at tl'emd iIi the eaterprisss;; they areaboutto thLt'grona.-' _
toes, the art of to be P of.Europe. -
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"Why rw sure! undertake.Now .- .
being Northern in'its origin, and regret to us, and we have an abidingconfidence grave completed. the minister ,
n- attentloo of transpressors:b.invited to the ;
Lglitti.ofmed. mainly Northern'in advocacy, the that the patriotic:nnd'national congregation repaired to the burch: gentlemen have said to These rac'must' exercise a paramount f- : .

I ... \Ve had a dream the other night, responsibility} 'its adoption, or rejection fcclmg.'oneo cpnspicaouTmits : L where the' funarM. discourse; wast: you that>I' think it should be our} 1ce :"upon' the nexfrnprefJments :'>/ ";
: When all around was tU- conductors will their : ; '- ; endeavor to obtana'durable&solid; of the campaign for.'whatever' : "
the .
W.dresme4wesiwabostOffk1.Ps7vpthclrt'rnt4z's j properlyrested; upon J coo:; resume be, ,pr4achod."o'After : : ,
r bUltSiATia I North. Viewed ajumple, business accustomed ;control. ,ItcannoZ; beth the sermon'\T flrnshedtao, and .anhonorabre peace. ('Cheers.) the strength"ofan l ; army or.the dit} :_:'i7 .

is- transaction, Northern men, opposedto t men,who-, stood..so. nobly'bi the I minister ;J halted, to 'mako: some. .:! ., I .should, .to guilty of .the, greatest of a general may be, thssubaistenoo:; '. ..';:. -

ro* SAW*..-The following patID':1ph: the repeal, had a. right'tb use 'all south and the Union ;jn tho greatktnWle"Of marks;;to:hl(congregation,fwea. P- p! *inpiion'l; fchbald-bb i : guiltyrof. a ofl troops,is,, the first consideratio'{; .

ftorn.IPW which Jl ArtantM tbe.ettlementpf Ji&kZZigesder Kansas shows if regardod Ibo zewg iaAe honorable means prevent: jt, and, .:1850- will long -.endure brother wbo,wished! ,to have .an.arj breach off the most solemn' duty f-I audit. appear. to be..ackuodgSL; ,' j

Mrthera part of Out S&toi', however\ much she may regret.-.the: tho "embrace 'of f; reckless fanatic*,.- nointment. given "out-,.'amended, .t were tot, say: ,."hat'.are' the 'termswhich t atnei; L '.Bn jans:"wr: ;A?* ?*.d ,.4'; :

'iWi Mat gsttiftg'fip asroao.Wk a eompaa: to aDIODf to lEb' XI1L oar farmers. w... lack'of: courtesy nn4iustice that*act and all because !of a measuro yielding! st S orthe.pulpit: ., an& a''thC: in the opinion.of r"aje3ty's'' can. ,,1oI gre taln..i r", preacntpo3ir': ::: S.:
; t '
kope;;'tber.I Will do.so .ac_ i4b their uoeSaloug. .- would- ,seem to.. indicate*, the :.I'outh' : only,' 'jutriXLCip1OtO;: .thso, .uthi.. | ininister'a, coat lntebr td ge his tatt.a- j kornnientwdiiamako: that tions:, .' ,tiifiporbUi ;aniwr'.ftO li: _'. _. ..;. ',' '{ &
TIlt Sooth to....u.. stud to ae> i solidand \.e'A1Iitrlan..eu.m-- "- !::.,-:: !i; .
eucs wagW cannot ostracize- them solely for >dosiricg'to b largely redoundIng; in its i ntion. The'. dr vine; ihinki g ; t! honOrable durable.- : S'e1ersburg ..' .p m
s slave Bute out of UU klT tiJr1. Arkansas praettI b '
t I? ; h mterestod. If Jtansas becomes freeoa adhere .to-.the'pld ,contract cal effects,. tothe, growth dOjhaiflg'adlj1pOfl; hU pocket;! tsa question not merely for ThAt.1 mons would, telo !, '.l : : : ;;

',: BJate fcrtwell ilm property. .. aorib- It; .Say be said;as Mr.:.Douglas as, parity of the north. For oureslvcs; raised his faoVpb,sadden-kick MajestY's. govermmiat;, bat it... i tmwelcome. '''I'. '

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INTERESTING DEBATE IN PAULU\mNT- THE FLORIDA :ii THE MEBTWO,ON SATURDAY' KTOHf.We .,
SEPARATION CANADA FRO KEAT : : Bar Precinct, r State Senator andfCbiniinrvJDa tor*taken prisoners. Admiral Hapfar had
Mat
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hare taerer before the assembling .According to the account,which we copy Wow fow .
BRITAIN. FLORIDABEIsIJBIilOABt( bow .' Ifc1Tabirsox ships against the pi- r '
of and
: fe oiarsrnectiugforpartyactton1n, thincoun. from the Ancient City/*number of the Democracy wf; Esq.. .ae Coi s; All*auii *arsasut IN thetuiierhor.

The proceeding!! P lament hare bet' of little met 1 St."Augustine on the 8/th nit,to obedienceto of BI: CtUI Representative1branch Tbe British under Admiral Phsnridn had takeaoasession
tbe'gatherlng of
was presented by the Whigs .
; On the nth debate eni i of .
I borne interest. a lengthy i.1 of the ,* of FloridaV U was asa W
sued in the House of Lords on the necond readingof : the e for the County Meeting, on Saturday caR which we before notice
the Canadian LegIslative Council bill. The c night, last, &the Court House. 'Though many i ted'wh'copy belowrlncw: a'de- different t approvU'of Great, activity prevailed la toe 8 w.di.psa.

i Duke of Newcastle, in moving the second reading, Thursday July 20 1854 and The any attempt i substitute the precincts in County Convention eacxca- -,
stated that the object of the bill was to repeal those numb i a one I purpose i spirit. g smble; which resolutions were received, and ?
clause of the Union Act which prohibit rcgjalalou ; of the call of the meeting was i take the the "primiiW done i Advices from ITmsoBgbl to Jane U, sar that
by the Canadian Parliament on the Subject of a TO COUNTY, ,SUBSCRIBERS. ma action a the'Hadil.CD'tr: ;: and looked a little suspicious a amending- first lat Q. mia:of I twnrreetion wia totally txtiaet at BpMct raI
le petrllec t ebe G. H. SMITH, so (aria .- Turkish troops were marching to
t Colonial! wker
Legislative Council, and to leare the Legislature any more'persons may t ,
think There a large of subscribers prig i"a w.h. the State Convention, Increasing them tofllens the tns\1rreIIti. refuse 0 1IIIm1r lm"
w.th
entirely free to act a it may fit a numb our Whig nomination for And thsiesV.on not be considered c fully identified." gstes"t The D? S. Trigate Cwn2le 'iT
i I 4Ml to the creation oh second chamber.The in the : 'Cng OS
respect living ricinity the town, were unanimously adopted.
'of That of unfavora- at the Firn&
Ettoltfd view the ,
1. great .were
who'papr taken adopted
would the ( it
Earl of Ellen not ( up, ad upon i '
bonmph pnoso forsecond our own and their convenience, wa actoD bleness of the indicated for the assemblingof O motion of Hon: ISAAC 8WAIT, seconded by -
of the bill. but i wished to express I ASM.Safca
reading
an opinion on a much more important sub ha bit: of placing in boxes at the Agency of Mr. Bar- wt strong disposition" t epewrly a Stat Democratic Nominating Convention at .i lr. A. BLISS, the appointment of the State Pacha Is appointed v GoiCriaop--.rar

-namely, that Britain having made such con- previous to the .fire. boxes having with our friends of Middle .Cnl in view of the farther cnsideraton Convention Delegates was vet in the Chair and Abasia.

cessions Canada last year, the question now rett jeen ,destroyed on that. occasion Tos together with a which; they have, as we learn, with the greatest en that the of the intelligence State red from the numeoU conclusion portions 1D. .At.th.Iateatdata&hauiylwas fa. Mt i mrLl .

was not whether it should attempt to go back, but lumber of the papers therein,'we have now to i thusiasm and unanimitypursue& ''Ex-Governor that the number of counties jUtit to authorize The appointment of the"following delegates was uponT.fls.-- .
!
should not in the
wbether Britain must fr.cndly
spirit towards Canada and the othir North American other arrangements for the convenience of THOMAS Boowx is the candidate whom the Whigs the transaction of business will not be represented then announced, to attend the Wig State Convention 'niQTUT1UJrL

with mae of Leon:and Gadsdcu have named. as the Whig in i convention, it would be a bootless measure the second IB A report was current that finssia had
colonies, consult : their legislature <>n the persons from the adjacent t country. We shall, I Johns at Monday! ,August, .
for made
of taking measure for th!complete release i standard-bearer and his support are the to send delegates to it. AUgol peace overtures thrwjgh Austria, kt '
expediency ; ciitcts named
hcrcfore hereafter for such sub- i from : _
S. That terms
papers Wig having determined to send no era are said to be the Immediate
of those colonies from all dependence on the placobe future Rt'e dspsrta ,GI"
Crown and Parliament of Great BriU.n.. The seihl(and for ote the outskirts of the of this county ready t rally i t Madison Convention,we cannot recognize : .Mandarin- James Plummet, Zacharlak Hogans.Magnolia Allies from Tuker-,' caziscarsetj beltJVdtcl
'
present connection might bo of some small use in may wish them,) in a new of the par in or from other parts of the Stt right of said convention to designateor ; JIUrJohn Al Smnmerlln. u true. .

time of pence: but ont he other hand, there could jox in ihe Mr.thus'gt. who with his concur proclaim,"old-m tr-f fact" theminee. appoint (as has been done in some cases elsewhere Budington,Join. A rumor ts araiuaostiis ffIe. t'D'Jtf1i
st' ) .individual from who B1dia c'ctr that the Czar wUl .
dica
any our by 11
be no doubt that the chances of collision between As the of St Johns County were county e I8like.-t'p
Britain and the United Slates were greatly! increased isual disposition t b attentive to the printer'sth. Whigs action ad chance or ieiiyn, may happen to b prnt t act !' Sf. John't .ohn Johnson, H!T. Tit", to be lick and iJ, tbaklll"ged reasoD did
e first whose regular party we were for us, in tho matter of the ofFrtiuiia
by the connection of Britain with these Customers as well as will point a ( one Baldwin, Jr. .Tmu. ,, King ; lie bas-bowyer, ordehcfo
h ow outthe and thc proposed a State Convention, bo made,) nor will we, in degree, rriDee; IolgordoskL llinLt.a' .. .
manner or
any JIWLOOrIZtd-MLICS Price fit w. ten -.a
colonies-colonies, too, which Lord Metcalfe, when way to any who may groping for the ItfpuLlican vied of a endorse Elijah Higgiobotham, -
b or the artinn of such individual.
I Gorernor Canada" had informed the Home Office, in | defer c to them, as our immediate neighbors, bfrsidesthe L. ,* sncion, second, John. Jr., Dr.'H. D.. ,. C Brt draw immediately to tie Danubiaa Frinjt'i
duke Robr UWand up aa accurate of the
report
could not be successfully defended by' Britainagainst : .p freedom from reasonable objection wnicu authenticated That.rpyoCrsolntim' Chairman and :Baldwin. fairs in a military point of riew. 'Yhta t-itioD 01.

the United States.Dy needles* v increrse ST. JOHN'S BAR-PENINSULAR we always believe an expression by Convention and Secretary of this meet be.. without miL II 8D1IIIIal
the chances.cf wart The cit JEMS of the United CANAL Jig These were unanimously approved *"produced a sensation at &t Perbur., 1.
of Dora! to second and forwarded to the appintment It is
led the Whigs unnecessary delay,prepared officially announced that the
States are very ambitious: and very sensitive on the I the U. S. Senate, on the 7th, the following rcsKetilwd pseshs John's"has and to appoint Prident of the Jladmou COynton fur the information by the mciJ.: tween Aiwtna and the Porte for the Convention A be.
the British
of honor the
point so are on St mOl' .
people .
of that body.Resoiv.d DARB being Called upon, a of the Moldavia. PrineSaE
These considerations should leada olutions were agreed to,on motion by Mr. Mallory: | At time,our mle- potion: .Wallgfigiwas
justice. to same
point Delegates Alligator.
rupture between the United States and Urctt, ; That the Secretary of War be requested readiness to abandon the idea That while we thus decline, for the very pertinent speech bearing upon thy. post. sgned: at Constantinople ell the Ufa SBML-
,BritiAn to be regarded as an event which might t communicate to the Senate what cxaminltonsor resolutions express a reasons assigned, to send delegates &Ue convention tin of parties generally. He eulogized Senator and at a Cabinet Council at Vienna onthtlwfcl,
if it is found the majority of we desire an approval public the
of Convention, express Emperor presiding
happen at some period. Under these circumstances surveys have been made with a t th Drxov, for the introduction into'the was rssolved ttat was
he hoped that at on, earl period the Government; i improvement of the bar of the St. John's river, Counties from which information can in time b received services of our Representative in Cnps -ebrlk evasive answer come from Russia,.Austria .will
,a t would communicate with; the 'lead ng persons in tho Florida, under the appropriation made by Onigrcss deem a Convention unnecessary. The Confl the,Hon. Arocsrrs E llxwELLd; ou WiiDg- bill of jAs important feature-the repeal of the forward a final ultimatum, &.; s ia .
f Legislative Assembles of the North Americau Colonies for this purpose on the 30th of August, 1S52, together onO ea to support him rletion. M ilur Compromise of 1820. Emanatng as this cal reply within,S days. .
bo ,
superseded Rvidted
vention might, That the of this
with the of said a i proceedings meeting
with a view ascertaining their opinion on rnt examination or surveys prhap clnus did from a be opposed the 1
1 the subject of separation. ; and any further appropriation b the movement Florida b found agreeable bo published in. the Ancient C.ty. i which had Ybif wumt in certain I LATER-ARRIVAL 9F.rinBAL1'I ; .
: The Duke of Newcastle! retorted that he was as- necessary to deepen the water on the said bar t the Whigs of St. John's,and they thcmsel.e .5* ide bn td' quarters
meet the ordinary demands und t Whig Meeting Colombia. of affiliating with Democracy. He believed The Balii arrived New
at
1 tonishedthat the Karl EHcnborough should propound navigation, n early revised their own action in regard to a Convention i th Tork 011 UIe 8&. .
l opinions which would be as unpalatable to means are proposed to accomplish the same.Jtewleed tho Whig bs stronger than it ever TOI WAS .
the people of the coheirs as they were to theirlordshpsof That the Secretary of War be requested and concurred. by resolution in the nomination The Whig Convention, composed of delegates was-nnd pay bad no tonI idea of&such Northern It is reported tliat the gcEsnox "
: to communicate to the senate the action of his Whig s Czar,in reply to tbenut.
Ji that House. ILethelukeofN.) would L of Governor BBOWN., from each precinct of Columbia county,assembled of

inform the noble earl that be did nut belong to a department under the appropriation of the 30th of We understand that the Whigs of the Middle are at I'rovidence on the 15th for the of MILLABD Fu.uOa who was always tre i any. mons Prm&pal.t-es! Au.stris.haa and that consented tbe to evacuate tk*
S Government which would consent to making such!' August, 1832, for the examination and survey of the inst purpose emergency,being of the party. Russian fbreeVarc al.
proposals to the people of Canada. For his part rut for a canal across the peninsula of florida and not desirous of a Convention, and the probability selecting suitable candid.de of the Whig! party of I COLCMBCS Esq.\ called re. ready withdrawing beyond the Prnth. 'It.barrangethat --

be looked upon such a proposal as on offence; w any further appropriation be neccsstry t is,'they might not send Delegates to Alligator. the county for the ensuing Legislature, &c DaEW. big upon Austrian troops shall occupy the Pria-' -
in a He of the ss tbe Rowans
happy leave
., against the dignity and the sovereignty of Britain ut and determine a practical route for Still, we are informed of their preference; and if On motion of S. L Dr.Wx.E. M. Ipnde very spoke cypahties of the Czar to the Austrian wmll.Mb.Mi
&
Niblack the Constitutional note
and hostile to the best interests of the colonists. party being now as eYr" great
Ca the Convention at Alligator were only composed of Cbcsixs was callad to : and N. A. lieu. till the ml July, but liUle doubt wasecVertatoedef
chlr
Lord Brougham asked why the Duke of Newcastle -S. party of the country, and deprecated the
E: should so vehemently denounce the proposalof I "SPRINGFIELD MILLS." Delegates from the Eastern, Southern and neighboring Esq.,requested to act secretary. .After a few sensible attempts which were being sectionalize it. his dwpositoa. to yield to the necessities. of his-situation -

these colonies to never from the parent State? MUdle Counties: it is not unlikely they and pertinent remarks from the chairman mae i 'i v*
referred to, the coming contest in this State, as Later advices fully confirm tW I'II and aban?
had Our
The novel. It foliow-citizcn Mr. E.A. le
was nut been enter- respected DBCOTTCS
proposal **
woul endorse the name of Governor BBOWN, and, the names of the following gentlemen were pre donment of the siege Silitri *Sw
_
tamed and eminent For one that would bare an important the ;
by
expressed many men.
himself be would rcfpectfufiv recommend to the Id.ertile the operation of the steam mill baring therefore, more strongly affirm that which has beeq l'ent to the convention, to wit: Col. A. J. T. I of the and bring Governor upon Omar Pacha was advancing the whole Turkish t'r'
politics
people of Canada so to "ele the members of their the above name,as will have been observed in several done by Leon and Gadsdcn, than if the question Wright for the senate, Jos. :M. Hull, and; Bliss Os- BROWX who cuntr euoge army towards the Danube. The Enrliah 'sad

Second Cmb.that tht Cbb should not be; of our peat issu s. This mill is situated conveniently were left t the localities, in which no action in reference teen, for the House of Representatives, who were bearer the probably election.h onr standard- same French direction.fortes were also rapidly advancing isu the

a duplct Hous l accessible t all parts of the town, being located candidate nominated the of a approaching The Russians had %
t any might, perhaps, b adopt unanimously as cndicat the Col. GEORGE W. CALL won then called upon, and imprisoned two newllplpt.rnpoThe -
'S. upon the East end of Bay street; and cash order ed. From the delegation which has been appointed Wig party of Columbia county for'tbe ensuing ;- .

From rt Richmond W)ia, July 6th. for persona building iu the vicinity will be promptly the Duval meeting, we think we can safely Legislature. spoke briefly yet highly of our Congressional candidate Creek InsurrectlOO:11 entirely quell-.

f filled, or cargoes will b sh'pped; to other,points. a at least six will if other S. L. Niblack & R. A Hull -Governor BROWS-nd related an anecdote 'u .
THE ADMINISTRATION AND TiE ELECT he say Delegates b prent were appointed by illustrative. of his popular character. TIle smaller German States bad accented the
Mr.
made
TIONS. shingles by DeCottes, with laths counties in the East express approval of a the chair to inform,the several Nominee's of their The and note drawn np by Austria and Prussia as the basis
meeting was large enthusiastic and the
,
which have been made
of for their
other mills cctiou.
a our sometime Convention. The day named by the of St Nominations; and their acceptance. Elias
Defeat after defest the Administra past, form an item in the mathine operations Whig .. request old Whig spirit seemed to b thoroughly aroused. .
conies
upon John's is the second Monday in An ; whatever Osteen, being present, accepted the nomination,and FURTHER
tion. We have no heart to exult them. Wechronicle of our locality well worth The several speakers were repeatedly cheered, and NEWS BY TIlE BALTIC.
noticing, at
though
o.e
present action is taken should with refer Niblack
them among the( events of the dav. 'Tbe r in the infancy manufacture. The b adopted S. t being authrizo by Cl. Wrigt the greatest harmony prevailed. After six hearty
; shingles cuce to that time. for him and A. Hull Lord John Russell hart officially informed
furnish food fir How the m'giity have accepted ParIwnMut -
.. comment make symmetrical roof and be had cheers for OLD Ton BROWS, the meeting, motion that the
fallen I A little over months GeneralPir's can at the We gratified at the that nomination behalf of Jos. :Is!. Hull. o siege Silistria had been rained.
ago are
I on
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strong iutl'rt of llr. .
On..
wa SWABT. P..h. "u.
adinnrnpd. e--
Administration came into power by the mill on low terms. The larger article! sent out bythe _--n----' -- 0_ ... _,--fl's.L' ..L. 10 1M
felt in and that On motion of G. B. Smitluon
our Saturday's although committee -
; I Dinnbe.
votes of a large majority of the mill-Lumber-is of fine and will be meeting E. n B. HOPKINS, Chairman.GKO. .
Its friends calculated on a brilliant career StaW it- cut in sizes und to order.qualy, I i it assembled,t elicit an expression of Duval county consisting of r.. l Smithson, Oveltrcct SIOXE, Brazil has notified France and England ofber' .

It has run its course for but a brief period; of quantities.. Whig in mass, respectable delegations U'cre on I Miles Roberts, N. A.Hull, and J. J. was appointed Seur. neutrality.; ,- ,

term, and, nas how they have been dsnppoiuted: the from several precincts. For the,frt: to draft resolutions expressive the \iewl TWewould direct attention to the proceedings The from British China: Government has sent Sr; John DODham -.
KENTUCKY to
MILITARY
commercial
In election that has taken INSTITUTE. negotIate a treaty
since the Spring every elections of 1853, the Administration : place time: within our recollection, at a night meeting, of this meeting in relation t the selection of a suitable of the Whig meeting: in Columbia county, which: with Japan. ::. -

has met with defeat So soon as it had been We have received the Catalogue of the officers have we seen a strong delegation from St Jolin'i I candidate for representative in Congress. Th were received at a late hour. Tbe Russian were retrcatinp from Wallachia. fa'

$ in power long enough for the people to pronouncejudgent and Cadets of the Kentucky Military Institute(located Bar-some six or seven being present from that commit rete and after a short absence re .,. the direction of 'oksbm-and. KrUt They sv*
leavingtheir sick behind in tbe '
the hospital Ta
upon The it Empire voic State was cndemnationmmmenced among tlie: six miles from .'rLkror Ky.,) from Sep precinct tured reported the following: Whercaf-thg }'OREIXF '. Turkish authorities hive given strict orders for'

the Administration. Her thirty- tember 1853 to June 1&4. We notice among Whig of 't John's County have a,1il\ i I their protection and care. .

six electoral votes had been cast fur General Pierce, names of the Freshmen class of the institution, THE "WSXEDRASKA. on to b held in prof On ou first page will be found several very in The entry of the Austrian into the Principalities

k but the National Democracy of New York son that Thomas Bond,of Tallahassee,Florida. The, Monday in August, and have submitted. the teresting exrct relating t Foreign af n. One is decided on, and Count Coronini, with the first,
E found that they had been taken in," and took the Newspapers would be dry affairs. ,if they did not'1 names of these is Lord John Russell's speech his division to be followed closely by the second is'
total ,
number cadets the lint: of several for upon
on il I gentlemen the'consideration of; ready to descend the Danube to
flit opportunity to express their :! occasionally give each other a "lilt. This is almost whence-
a manner that will not noon tplroba- The KESTCCKT MILITAET IXSTITVTE i under the received with the convention, we fully endorse the views and return t Parliament since his withdrawal from he will march to Bucharest. _

by the Administration. Other States one after i immediate direction end entire control of a Board I generally regard to pltica wishes of our Brethren of SL John's, and add the English Cabinet. It will be seen his speeeh M de Brack is Jo coomunicateTwitb: the Port,
anot'er, bare fallen into the party papers. In this our t definite idea'of aa to the steps necessary to be taken with a view to
I opposition fpirit neighbr conveys a more the terms
lie. I of Visitors, appointed the Governor of the list of them upon
by the Coraci names by for the
presented consideration this .
State election that ( his I ccciipaton of the Principalities the
every has taken 'i8lMincs a position or us i re-Issue! ,in I which alone England will accede to by Aus-.
late
Jlnc : on wealth. The of frt of the convention a pace than triacs. *
the Administration party have met : course fctudy adopted, and required to the Nebraska that of OiL M. .
regard qnistion and Wht '
,
lo defeat The approaching elections! in a large ; fur i ia that usually taught in the bmessome'ha Smith,of this: county. anything which has been developed.The To avoid danger of collision; the Russians,win t
I the fodlatiol critical: as to trml He siys: London Time, in another extract retire before th" advance of tbe Ararrian .
lumber ( Rtnte promise no They} that but we copy,
will ; clmlrt bet Coleg except one language is re "Our of tha rather The chair pppointed the as LJUItPOOL.WedIe&dn M. The Rn. sian '
only Iwel 1lt of States P.'erci'-; neighbor RffMtcnn dislike following gnteme remarks the new attitude: Returned by the *had arrested
Marcy A Beyond the favored i ec'pients of ibpublicplundcrit (Ltin or French,) the time usually occupied the b1JS LI; upon the whole. In the first tI.t delegate t the Whg! State & : M upon and kept in custody the correspondents of'the

appears very much l.Le nofr'ends by the second being devoted 'a more extended place, because, says ba 'i pronihitlcorr/il Whit Smtb: Ezekiel Weeks, Esq.l G. B. Smithson Ct hostile parties on the Danube, consequent upon London newspapers on the right bank of'tha.
ealIaretobeeft.! course iu Mithcmatics I tlaca into the territory ", ,, the ill-success of the Russian campaign. The Dar-ube. .

Even JKeu> Jfamptlirt lus blt The Presi I. Science,English LiUruture and, Mechanics Modem Natural existing iu Louimna. We cannot StO. uI.pe,p J. J. Limb, William White! George E Overstrect, Time gives a brief retrospect cf the movenfents' They bait removed, an their, heavy' artillery from.
dent's where tbs prohibition is to bs found James R. Johnson Dr. ) tho Danube.An .
own State las enlisted il ranks of the Col. R. T. Lngu.lgel &c. Jameson ltn J. Bryant and atttude of parties from the time the Pruth was .
disaffected. The ; have P. Allen is Superintendent of the Institute ; will N. A. 'S.-
Hampshire Democracy I our neighbor see the Badger lul Moses Deere, B.
split into and with the and Prof of amendment .Wilam Ios ad first crossed by the Russians.! Ordlntnfffard'ucvnia tl .*
fdctions overwhelming majority Engieering. Gen Peter Dudley, adopted in the Senat, and retained in Lewis Matttir. emf gjpyepoudor
they the State Legislature! are unable Pres't of the Board of Viaitcrs. bi The present position Russia is,it may be said ttepurpote a/elieitiity a decided. fpre *.
4 to elect a United States Senator, and the election The annual will discover authority for our statement On motion. G. B. Smithson, the thank of the with certainty prompted by reverses on her side. '8W1Uf/opinion It/ore cctiunvfou. .
I bas been postponed with the hope of restoring term opens on the second Monday of r "The second objection that we(the News) convention were tendered to Ezekiel ,
'Veks
harmony. The antics pertinaciously: refuse t.1 sup September, at which time student will find it mOt I 'the repeal of a clause prohibiting other not nltu-is for the shown the E. Her later efforts have been concentrated upon the An ordinance for establishing lbs DireetiOll'atld"

4 port the '&f.v"rit cndid.t for the advantageous t commence their course in the In rained citizens. from voting in territorial elecionB.'; the courtesy by use of his centre of the Turkish line, and the,chief assault directed :: width of the streets of the Town Jacksonville. .'

:. and now,in Ihmjisli'r', the lamentable L ; they may, however, be admitted at To say nothing of the 'rep&il,' we take it conenton. against Silistris. The character of the engage- SEO.1. Be it ordained by the Town Council,tf
I sttut any and so does the whole The thanks of the
South
fact that Franklin Pierce has the convention were,also
TSwn
appears together w.U menu st Silstria: noted in the details be- the JacksonvHle.
tender That
are given the
of
The fur tuition streets the
charge board, and I reasonable of the
1 I. not strength enough to procure the election of an tme washing men North, that no trtorl 1 the Chair and Secretary.The .
AdminiFtratiou candidate to the Senate of the lights, is $ (' per lion of twenty weeks,payable enactment, whether made by : then low, brought by the America. They come down to Town Jacksonville, IxJ atd hereby are,declared

a Unit Stts But this is nnt, ll. At an election semi-annnally, i advance. naturalized: citizens, can conflict with the authority meeting adjourned tint dU. the raising of the seige'of that: city en event to be to be those which do now exist; and also those
I ,i hire Lceis'atnre! last of the United States. The General Government I WM. E. M. COUSINS, frttidmt.
> Saturday which
te Ke '5' regarded as extremely favorable to the Turks. Wa may at any future time be opened all cf
for printer,the President's bosom friend the must and will protect the rights of Southern ai 1 1 editor of the Irent'l home NORCROSS PLANING MACH wel as those of Northern ciizens. b it i Nebras- Secretary.S.. bare a later 'arrival,by the ., bringing other which, however, being subject.to such! eqnitaQe

I I of the Nw Patriot orgn-Duttrfeld In acknowledging the ka Kansas, I any territory. MEETING OF DUVAL COUNTY WHIGS. important, details which we copy: provisions, as the owners hare purchasad under,

f board-badly defeated in the contest for the office receipt last week, from We thought the Kebr.ska bill was obviate tin ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA.The and the authority rested in the Town Council nn-i
,
of Hampshire State and the }lbliber of the Democratic New Mr. Lvermore the Norcross of the argument Whiting, in favor possibility of any "conflict with the Unit t States;" In pursuance of public notice, the Wig of Da Royal mail steamship America. Capt.. Lang, d ar. the act Incorporation.

4 p t ; organ,Reporter triumphantly,: elected.anU-Pie the of Planing Machine Patent, and but it would appear that such "conflict" is not only ,a county assembled at the Court Iou' Jacksonville from Liverpool, on Saturday the 24th June,arrived SEe 2. Be it further ordained by the authority
pamphlet : Boston June 6th.
When the Xew Hampsh'rc Patriot goes by the description of that invention, we incidentally contemplated, but rendered possible by it on Saturday evening, the 15tb instant, a at The news from the scat of war by this arrival is' aforesaid. That the line of tbe south' side of Bay

t times board, and the New llnrnpthire Democracy blt the Wootlworth mentioned that Mr. L. was .Agent for That it was t be a "final" settlement of pnale ques 8 o'clock, and were called to order by Col. J. C. of the greatest importance. : street w, and hereby is declared to be the base fine
with
are getting sure enough Norcross Machine-al
r Administration sual" bad better look out time, to certain the same i tion, relative to all the territory of the Govern HEUMIKO, on whose motion Gen. BENJAMIN THE WAB. of the Town; and the starting point upon this lice.'

: eharplr"there i is py.danger abed than "drugged of the alluding two inventions combinations of the uses meat, bus been urged by the leading supporters HOPKINS, of St John's B Pet was called 'The siege ofSilistrln: has been raised the Russians is,and hereby declared to be a point b this line

L liquor or the Know Nothings. When the Gralt We bearing respectively these and fathers of the measure. to the Chair, and GEOEGB : ; Jacksonville,, defeated by the Turks., and driven across.the the centre Market street:,which pout the.In-
State thus son, I names. have since received the C
repudiates iOH. io following not We observe,,that the f appointed Seretr Danube. tendant is hereby authorized to ascertain
: ons noon in other from Mr. Livermore which }/ copies a portion o] by aa
t.x c we with The order of events was as follows : Siege -
I The result is fearful t contemplate. W1L pleasure: copy get the speech of Jifflcs L Seward of Georgia, on tbl The object of tho meeting Living been briefly were commenced on the 17th of May,operations and actual measurement of a 'Surveyor/ and designateby .

I a n surprised to learn there is an sgor S. GA. Nebraska bill f.Mr.: votd be bill'only r stated by the Chairman, on motion of Dr. furor continued,until 15th of June, the attack and ,de causing a post properly marked to be put there>
I sing apprehension felt at the White House with! renpect &n.u. .July 15th, 183C. the sake of fo D. HOLLAND Committee fence being carried and with the '
to will Draw repeal of the Miur a of Five was appointed on incessantly,' equal top being under the surface,for tbe future reference -
tho not be long now Esq., Compromi
*-. before their el'illS I 'are more than Editor He opposed its details, baus"they are consistent : by the Chair, to draft and resolutions for bravery on both sides. Repeated storming.partieswere and convenience citizens. _
a1p1bens'on. of Republican. repr directed against the entrenchments.' Mines
The day with Now, the tfevt in i the consideration of the whereupon Dr. Sec. 3.Be it further
;nai ; ordained the'
:. Cmmec Dear Sir-There are certain quoting and countermines were exploded, causing immense by authority
only instances i in '
It.. which the Woodworth and Norcross Mr. Seward, and commenting upon our views, HOLLAXD, Maj. F. C. BABBBTT, C.,L CEO. W. Otu., slaughter) to both besiegers, and ': MUSM' f aforesaid: That,inasmuch aa the common com,.

TREATMENT OF SOUTHERN )MEtf IN NEW ia M.chin 'may is .not consistent: with itself." Mr. S evidently Col. IL T. TITUS and Hon. JAMES PLUXXIS, were Pascha, the brave Turkish Commander, was killed I cil of 18ol, and 18o!found it to be iapracf

EGLtND.4 h any way; mbined-nameli'D territory: contemplates the the North appointed such by a shell;r:after which Prince PasViewitch, :the to the Town "In "
ad.lntg expected .mmite. surrey regard1 liDe..aad
where t R'n.'sian ,
wither of the machines Commander, was struck and disabled,and courses
the Boston Friday, we find the have excusive'r: of the State of Florida gain over the D.dgr amendment, On motion of Maj. GEO. H. Bum Coimsci will probably die.' Mnssa Pasha refined 2,000,000 agreeably to the plan or plot of said Town, known

w following I JorM however bn sld well 1 showing that the North upon it as "de DBIW and Dr. A. S. BALDWIN, were added t the roubles, offered him by Prince 'Paskicwitcb as a u the plan of said Town referred to in deeds tit
paragraph:
i "A deal of : as 1'many other sections of the stroying. possibility of the South carrying slaves,I Committee. bribe to surrender Silistria, .. '" onY'Cnnee.it is herebv'_ _. _... th_ di_____i"_F_
good excitement
the
1 existed in Worces country, ,combination can be mode, if desired. Un the IStn or June iremcnaons BIUCK was ordered n'-
I tar thug day yesterday, in consequence of aM Very respectfully, ito the territory under the old French usage existing During the absence of the Committee, the Caiman under Generals Gortachakoff and Schilders, the base line is, and is hereby declared to be the

-to. that two men from Vir n'a were i in yours in Louisiana." Mr. Sewar says: alude in a complimentary manner, but after,severe fighting -Russians were repulsed same from the starting point, both east and. wes%

: 'i ;., thi city in quest of fuglt're! : lInes The facts I in -_H. LIVERMORE. "In this instnc of Fr.nc which vauable heretofore rendered the t th and a Turkish brigade sent from Shnmla as has previously'existed also the meridian line of
the case follows Twi -"S Whig
i were as : strangers arrived in tolerated certain t by Omar Pasha succeeded in entering the fortressThus
M the city Wednesday nilt and put up at the Nashua SURVEYING OPERATIONS IN THE INTE- North thought would give us some gentlemen protection of the party of Duval County by Col. JAMES W. BSTATT, reinforced, the garrison, on the 15th. made the Town, is declared to be+the middle of market'"

House. All the occupied, they were WOK. absolutely repealed. f a former Representative in the State ; a sortie. A desperate band to hand contest ensued. street ,

put into a room to sleep where there was another "Now, sir, what reasons, with these and who, although present t.the Lgsttur,, and ended in the complete discomfiture ofthe Rnss'ana. > SEC. 4. Be it farther ordained by the authority- ,
_ : which was by a officer ,ho We mentioned the arrival objeions wa .
b oupil county some week or more can I furnish myself fur giving this now a resident of : Prince Gortscbakoff was severely! wounded.Gen. aforesaid. That
wa also same House. Snppolinj' since, of Mr. L. H. Dunlop, a civil Engineer from and what reasons, with the o bi m1snp a ncighhboring' County. He Schilders had his leg shot off ana two other the widil otthe'Itreeta of Jacksonvi1leisandberebyisdechsredtobetbeama
,
him to b axleep, they conversed freely Mr. pr can be furnished stt that i would, no doubt, a"rd the assem Generals were killed. .
Virginia. D. left here for the prelnt to Southern
bine The officer alluded to overheard it, and interior a short .. oppose bill, why they should multitude great pleasure t bear from him. The carnage among the Russian troops was heretofore has existed in accordance to the plat rcfcrcd -

te moint a* soon a be was up, made tme since, and we learn that he b been appointed come up and give it ti support and their ? Col. DaT.then come forwar and in his usual dreadful, and they retired;fighting serous the river. to; Market and Bay streets are and hereby,
1 kw and business of his guests to I to examine and ascertain whether a terminuscan Suppose Southern gentlemen vot Pursuing thfijr advantage,' the Turks crossed 1marm '
J. i. te t. had at Tampa Bay for the railroad gauo the Territories of Kansas and the Nebraska bill or- felicitous manner, alluded 'the flattering prospects of the river, seized the Isle of Hops and blew are declared to be eighty (SO) feet wide;' and in .

!I. When the two strangers came down from theirroom Atlantic b to the Gulf from the because of the Badger amendment, tho South is, of the Whig party, and also spoke of it as up' tho Russian siege works thereon. .The Turks other streets DOW opened,or which hereafter may tir

I ,tier inquired whit time breakout would I beready. A new interest,we learn, bas deprived the enjoyment of that and the'party in favqr of internal'improvements. and then brought out their guns and erected temporary opened, are and hereby are declared to be arreaty:*
."The landlord replied that be had no brk- &18 been awakene in the interior on the of we cannot carry our Territory its batteries on the Bulgarian bank of the River, before
k Cut for them tiuttwhenbecouldnot subject property Now, is it consequent important relation to the people of ((70))feet wide;provided,nevertheless that -etrwt
; a liv plank with the not infinitely better for the South the north face of tho fortress.:The Russian'battalions
mat rd. connecting John's. A to take Bod- Florida "
I !
i ing without feeding kidnappers be 8tre, meeting has, understand St get amendment-withall the th and at tb presentjuncture. east and west of Silistria immediately retreated is and hereby is declared to be sixty(W)ket.'Sgcc "

:1 I I -nd ordered them at once t quit his premil- we been held at Palatka, thus get the Missouri.Compromise of 1820 out, of Te Committee'on Resolutions then prsnt in good order across.the. river; and, destroyed So Be l lUrtber ordained by the .authority
I, They left, and they were not seen i where the subject of the plank road Jlicanopy the ?, I their I '- -
bridges.The
I a i t way thik it is. Wel sir, then the next. following report, which they had vna imeutly aforesaid: That whenever a dwelling or dwelling* 5
I ia supposed they took the train for wu taken in hand .
j early Bltn.- warmly, though wftoutany question is, suppose this the Mis : agreed upon: Russians at latest dates were in the vicinity hare in- .former years .through inadrtrtaae:
story soon got abroad that there '
T flourishes for souri Compromise Jaw of Kalaraseh, awaiting reinforcements and orders.
repealed '
I i Dp' in the city and s strict watch was at publction. Mr. D. f also engg and the i upon what, the of France Re.rld That we have heard "it.pleasure of General Liprandi's division and several detached been' built out of these lines as..now >tstat'tabh1ed .

t at the depots for,the inspected idrdaIL' a soon as possible, to mae the neceasai abrogtd Slavery depends either principle upon can the low the by the Whigs of and Leon corps were marching in baste from Slaw to join ;into';the streets of said Town,such building '
of that road.
I Th same gentleman, a few or natur the municipal law, or of Ex-Governor them. buildings are allowed for the .
D
wek or present U .
upon for ,
.
.About Countie oWl the rt
10 o'clo the alarm was given that I c at the instance parties interested, arnnoislCc bl the ." te rgi This victory 'Was'gained entirely by'the Turks, !
f they were at of the Nashua and Worces me We never Representative in Congress; and, while the French and English not baring made their main;provided that said owner or owners of laid
for ap-
S I t road in Salisbury sua Immediately the a canal from>Orange lake t the alleged that the South WM deb we do not by any means oppose such'selection! pearance.. building or buildings, shall ia front'and oa th**"*

1. C1"which i immediate vicinity Oklwah and found th work practicable. We lm' carrying slaves into the ,territory- nn- yet knowing'that a contrariety of opinion exists The siege of S.ilistria being raised must alter the I side such building or buildings upon eoruer--**

and optive numbering \some details oftbis rnnoielc.which'wimay the,lisw of nature, the municipal law, or section of the whole plan of operations'iu Bulgaria, and consequently keep an of eighty feet -* "
400 600 open space ((80)) or"isrenr
ame' o mechanics, to give the enabled ttput recognition of by the Constitution the t St.wit regard t a candi must change the plans of the allies. It is /
I I kidnappers' what John Mitchell would call a b i, publctin prohibited from i f but thai t d t'for Congress,'we approve of the suggestion of surmised that Paskiewitch will, order his. whole. ((70)) feet u the case may require.. .

serenade bc"a I ws currently reported 5 i 1 doing by the low;or as we u felo .wh 'of St Johns county, regard force. to fall back on Jassy. Sec. S. Be it'further,ordained by th* authority

that all they for and a bag of feathers The Wig Loon, convention on the 6th, termed. it USg of Lniian. I the Aewt cannot the assembling of a State Convention i.the t Ere this the Russians hare probably relinquishedall aforesaid.That it shall not be lawful for *' .
ready The slam. any
per ,
u was, however, a see Wig their the left-bank of the Danube,
false and dea E-oy. TOs BBOWV as i neD. the of Mr. seward party.. We therefore : positions on son or to erect
ODe the was, therefore, no breach of Wig it its obfuscation ;lgt do recoif nd a excepting the forts Minors,' Matschin and U- person or cause to beerectedauy,,
the peace. was a strict watch kept at all candidate Representative I.Congress b(1 'f our fault Mr.1 State Cnvctmll,be)Held at the'town of Alligator caktcha and apprehensions of their advance oaths banding4 building, any fence or,fences,Or,., .

vices the depots of and it was agreed that, in case the ser this Stt Mr. Cabell ha positively declined the [ He"a will,.take the whole' bill, in consideration bi county,on Ui 3. Zd Monday o/Auffiut Balkans is, for the present at an end. "- ..-.- ,. part thereof within the said street, or any cf them
the Treedom Club'
I bould b tolled u wen' needed, the bells- use hi name before te meeting," or' as a candt. it great feature' -the' "repeal' of'the :Mpr'i" sat, for the purpose of nomiadng.a candidate for Russian accounts via Bucharest, admit that but operations and any person or persons violating this ordinance :

4 '; a.llP" date Congress 1 any form.. Our position is,',in one sense,.ac- Member: Congress, tt five delegates'.beappointed that the against siege is:not Silistria finally are raised suspended, .".'say or'any,part thereof' shall be fined, not'exetedwf ,

., OLru AJTD The Leon Wig at thessanetime. 'Domiat crant Mr. Se"ad'.; ,and A the JTewi put \ by: this meeting t .5,000 Turks bare occupied Tnrtnkal, and it was twenty dollars/or imprisonment not more than fr** :

t. (N. y.), Wkiy 'oBc-Te Catug. 18sr E C R. A; Shine, Wm. Murray' us in the category of those'who'tk of the Nt Cunty'l said:Convention ;-but,rrtDy. reported (but considered doubtful that, the Turk. ((5))) days, at the discretion if,the Intending aa*:

f rpile OJ t Clowgl .Aled Cromartiei i for the Assembly' Mr. brn outngs.ind appears to.endorse Mr. .. not advisable ish garrison of Butschnk had crossed toGiurgerokilled sba11befurtherlabI.toaflneofnotssov.thsnkidoUars(1Oa
8 & majority .
b and taken 9 .
Russians
: <3ra&opper are Terr thick, and are proving Cabell-taking his we think : much dee byte 400 guns..kdinir1 "
election for ,fill ,it more dubious than ) of the
t exceedingly destructive in _at lea at gnt-i patiD )- Cnte t .- Dondas and:Ilojnelin issued a circular ) dsywItheos&otsuitorinrpefac&mont .

we Jadge they are from the following Cliaataaqne told i us with honor and rp 'seat i lo assembly fancies' -our' o! -.,', .- I the'.nomito.of Governor.'_Baowv_.au;;I.ou on the 7th June announcing' "the close,blockade'of. of not more than three(J) days for each ni
by a farmer of that of the he .5u : 0 *' the months of the Danube. I
county tent worthily .
saw a such obstruction thereof
pple. b repre cdat tl every day or,any part aiey
dayasineaatDunkirkSa4he"Thjsen.wri them SAVANNAH/ Cng : Most of the fleet were cruising off gebastopol, but '
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A lnt i brc'ort representation. CHARLEdTN .CAR&We ; *aolved meitiugothereby :call 'a remain afllr'wtlce being gir bh.. JfanhaI.
*a experiment, I devoted ; i to 'rTt'.th : some 8 or S ships w'at Virus assisting in tin.
I the growth tb' at a a old, vetgStt reinsert a numbcrtof r'the cards farannah. Conrention Whigs'of Dora!.County atthe, conveyance of troops." Transports with heavy remove the same. .
o crop
': -,' : la a abort space ,t plant bad fnly ue I The ota i Jn dea for Hon. A. E and Charleston)merchant,'the.time. insertion Court House injJacksonville," on':7vndahcthe gone baring arrived it was .likely'that Sebastopvl .A,* "
; t:: the height of ate& jr would soon be ..ttacb4.Jnaunc. -S.-_. ,
;
nearly : :
.
-
Maj. "
.b f bche wcne 1.n1 ad o of occoi OUrty-Jtrtt day ofjtagast next 6 FJI --
cle .ohn expired at the time the $ at o'clock : '
J me fc> Buffalo. 1 whi b not & j : ST." 'p
I .., w t days; I GI ; Oalbraith and J. ; the : .. 1Y I.tJtaxoVlofJ jr IG V. w
. Chit brief fiejrjod. every vestige 07 tobacco bad forthe C.'J Crt t'-fi.Bat.w*hare 'Dt been'able to par nominating cd t b.u :There his been'no':news of Importance received publub tlie L1iewingOtfWiti pleasure: ;

: .. ',,.', '. -' been destroyed by grashboppenr and,. rln 1 Gee Abl. .la.Beard b Jc bore t them, on account Ihe im ported tWhig partr> oul.fl.'d from the Balticj*, *.' '. ... ,si.AgowPin.iJuetZlue; : .
'. may seem, one large, hungry deUe t ntn. of some of the foots of type Senator two in En steanilKd -
Two
cW"U
Representatives wharf
J\, 'i" by M for such There several t 1 ; = trored-the and &lUoHi l am IaaPPT- .
which I sit-! purposes. are more !
4 o U I & saw ]i T Dot convention- [which at yet entitled to a place, with a advertise. r.A8m') 0'the 8"1{ 4WhIg'Oth. ? some gun a{ KeH Golf Rothnia, > *Tj.The that th* Qoartnttne mtrictioSi established .
tl: lp. t&d actually .leb' few English ships Odin and Vulture landed-150Kalva aboQt!two noBtha ero, "Tt .'nmcmd _
menta-which .shall, week In the requested to tend .* ..
: t1 iaattfortl* lll I,mg UiD hn;iwwnntoaW.Hon: A. E.4"WR which extra: Insertions appear will be make and.for delegatei lter prQe Contention"J county: men at Karlem y;bat they wen attacked by pua igersare.BOW allowed to enter-& tM1 a. r' .

C' \91! ; rUctgr(4., the time Jopt on account *aUow"t' up Sthe" the.Russians;and driven back/o,their ships with racksoBTifla,or any other poinV "*e1'b W orwater.1rItboat .
'I I nMf"( the loss of three Id **T-*.'JrC. "
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ATANNAUGA.ii norths aid IS lift, :'Be:resided ta this State nri tchssneattnf aoity:tad Industry,wfll be beld at iS4 aad .slt "Ye., ieer. a.. e.w aentag vrj Vaet, jssssaff&r-
every that has
.OH BOWLAXB, J11 1. wL31>,JB.i ta the 29th day of June, IS23wh n he removed to the new BalL, new being erected on Meetinp ctreet. b*..$*55*t.piusti.Jeurws b.-eab.oufh.g'o..4 tte, VU. -es wa-- .
UOWIAND CO., theWaud Ctaba with his fiuniry in the city r.f Charleston,commenclnr on Wednesday :1-b's. Bluer,araaM **chvlj .eeal.I.t th.y1swst.-- sUPIZE ta,1'g-F S.PApy.itucg. -

GeezI' ud b1p'in31eid&aati, ,FIFTEESTHNO VE3tSEKvA continue rtrcnithen ike C3cSrm, mnvT imsuatt b.aad eta TtsooM Kalta !tC. Utintieetire'
forexhibition mntil 29th day November : "" be cad for in-anu tie welt a. H.
epee Iiepuia AsiCitttJeiUe.
a:4 SAYANNAU,3A.ifrwAiiiNG1 Q.a.e.Thirns.uubt. .
; _/ MARItE;! NEWS-POST or JACKSONVILLE.ENTERED. i Suitable premiums will be Riven to tha best epcelmens rot Sal. by ropecuMa- oVaiera 'urywb.ve.snd fcy ., Aasstni.JssrnJ.aaoavUi., ..

S ia Art, .Uechaniwn, and other brancbeaof TrHcMILLAN C1VvVIT4ctjn.i-

TTfcolenale Dealer IB Dry Good*. 1C1 I Indtutrrj also, of.Cotton, Bice,:Snrsr. Tobacco, : entctu, 3.i-fl.iny, Maflsaus..
Broach; KU*Savannah,uauMerchant 1.1732" Brig I. ry II.Chase. Small,K.IV Cornwbeat, Bye, Data, PoUtoci, and other Agrj.cuhnral / 'Jacksonville' Fla* ab&idt.,. J ,. Sinku,.. TsJ'---ee.. -
14, Pt'lu ArD i Allee. ClfpMon. I'm' nS-T E&4.as, iV. 'A.FmJssaaka..- .
: reIood% .od to only. nSFTW. 17, u iucrelUUsoperN.Y. products.. HOLLO .fcontborn, Thn., p.Kmir, Icy W
CORJf WELL HM Ladies, too'homthe Institute been so AT'S'OINTHEHT, : -- w5L'c1TOtst ot T'iaRci. -
CLEARED, much indebted, ar respectfully infonnod that suttablepremhuBa soo. iaiICGge! U'i-st.n, -- Jet,,.as. JlCOCNT ..
Dealer ia Hardware,Cntlifr, aad Edge I' U AlvavaH OrifBii Booth IWprrt. will be prorided by Committee, Citizens of tha Union,... )Ii4.he -r*., LVIepbeai, -

Tool of an kind; ,1. 12,7 B"* nvi B'lff". Felt. rhiladelpliia. and awarded to the best specimens in ercrydrpart'mcnt Yea Iftve doe toe abe hpcw as with me m**. Eticym, ijnws 1. flS.r. AU1.S*
:-y O Dryn it.,S.tVANAU. GA. Oeli.Orton Pt tIisriI2.: ttni.iot. of Ladies'work. from cot end of MR Union tn the other,to stamp Iheeliiinrt itoae
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14, Brif AllaHUe, r efmjr Utntmeot with HoFiensack'ooR.7I *
Korfrave, Kiajptra. fmn aj rnbui-m. It .
A. M. 1AIUGALTLT, U *1 S0"-Ada Fraure*. VOO1.Boston The fiillmsring special premiums are offered: ifl flC9rTiT lW yv rt tlllf nitric It stAnWA IttttOftf Thsi sania,3Iudii..t PmSw.ye.md 't'a.Xe't of.

& Comml JoU Jferrhaut !5, William Carroll, Ilutrbin! rtiiladelphia. For the largest quantity of COCOOX3. raised on you,and' already.II has nbtaiae! mm releUitriaa* SI'RUPg tbcuft c.sr-t; tlmt a.e. $beilfl t-nin sai -.
factor 1 plantation, not less than ten bushes! Silver other Uedicioe ia P1 short a twrbxj At wb.a.-vt-r it atyat-1 '
11' .. P"l ette-Brewer, iUlimreu. -a any artkl* 1iuade.I .n *emjc ..itac1,1srow aa4ye 4 ( alt I '
Tuderhorst Wharf,Chiixktou,6. C. Bloomer, Tucker;Treseott,Me. I Pitcher,or 950.'' For the largest quantity'of SPUN ,, THOMAS HO.I
34_ SILK,tbe produce of any cue-plantation, not test 33,Corner of Ann and Nauso su.,N. T. safe ii.bea hikes,sue ha,ievr;beet k.si* pept.tI to E.ceat4ai,' tfl-.ie5i.-irdts, :
than ten pounds-a Silver Pitcher ftS tul I.4 U10f Wure..ev I.l3e talus, .
Walker A. JlaniKlde; or For the -
IVardlawt JVotice.rTlHE Asroczntxr CURtI(3E cOZE LECS -
4i.xt.t wtt.n*14.lemed ti.ae n..d but. F.M.alEui11 w
best SEA ISLAND
and CommtaioB ;JUercht Improved COTTON GIN, m 1Iternfaeeua seiudlnl that It t tat-t 53059 lIars Job, U.aia '-
Factor* M* o&y dcwva;. u, Bnt,t.BB aB Ilitea.Wjtui .
C//KLEfTOX. .S. C. lIE nndcn etoekof DRY i use, or for sny real or important Improvement Copy oti letter fnm W. J. l njlr-r. of nanurUle I.eurhrot.hr, 5
will Fell long or short staple fotton, or any other GOOIJ toil r.ISAAC UOBIJETS, < .
take in thereon-a Guld MedaL For the best STALLION Yankin nnijr"Vwth f roffns! ,U. 8., Fble wertThe ;_ ,! _, 1.aieaw-t.t, aebe.s ,
pradoee: will bwy Mtppliw ft* tbose who send us pleasure recommending him to all his furruer tue.: rf tih ,, _
-a Silver Cup.For the best MARSH TACKE dated Knvcmher I.t.t33.' that h.habnsheLtan. -Vteuannae.5 5; -is
free of cmtunu ian.T. friends and patron, who are dwirous of obta'oiing < y.htmn.ws to.an ahWHi ,
produce, -b1-tlt.Eainny- -
: STALLIOX Silver For the best 7-flEAIflIS OWN WOfl1J..f imleflnite and -- '- ri
Cup MARSH k-ngtb keromii f o c.dleeant fa-tro'd -
\ A.WauLaw,of Abbeville, S,C. good bargains fur Cosh. IL&ITZUDGE.f&t. E. riH TACKEV GELDLNO-ftSih-crCop.. For the best ro Prnfesur l1&kwway: in the imwiine and no a<-b a. to fodnr* Fiu,$t. flQEtS.! LLiz: Cfl7Ota
books. .,
G. WAXtrm,A.IlnnsiMC, ,Hamburg..R. C. keep no T. pair of MARSh TACKEYS. for draft- .Silver fir,-It I to *
R a.-.3. 0. DcroU and R. 0. Ixm"u. Pa- Julymsi4. Cup .For the best pec5mea of SUX-FLOWEB- If ;Iiis le'ter written -fur the m-rn rake of wnbn{, hut to tb.-f rsve,not bt.ieinf that tbw raapialAra |MTIbrir tT&gihies S \Vubintfc fatar, -
fert In say,thai your Ointment s-tired) sic of one of,Is.most onfia frin the ,Tap W 1U.FU. Final Noti SEED OIL,not)less tfmn one r !Ion-a Silver Cop. drrndfut rutaiwrm diseassa Ihnt flwh l. heJf to, and do not ace toe fimpCTwedtelBe for; tbejr roiucqiKutiy ai.-a.e they Tu -S G.'Jaciion Job. tucu.nlngtna,, ,- '- Is -- --- --

BOPKIXS, Kit. nnsos e.mITE For the best CASHMETIE RAM a SOrer Cup.- wliii-h, was eondend byall who kww ttw,to be en $hoeahotrraufhcit.e.ih, ihkswrsi fo, ta k>atj>; S, ft. Stoatt.a A.fFtSuI-j. "- -S
L. For the best CASHilERC EWE-a Silver Cnp. tirtl> h-j-ond the teach nf mertieiite. For nmjwir t I rccouimi nd the n-e of n.y Worm damp amt Urct S, -- -
JOgX J. COHET. \ R. FLExixc., ntbscrilicr dcsirw that those who are icA. wa#afBKlMt wi>b one of Sb.-moM pntaful and IrmiMt .. .-" 'Ji.hEatisen1 a -
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For tbe best thres-qnsrter blood CASHMERE KIDa fil Tlie j cup 10 lie taken in d>*t. t.r toe Ishlr- J* *Griffin.3r -
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HOPKINS, HUDSON & CO., j debted to him by note, due bill, r.r open BCconnt Sil ver Cnp. For the best BAM- Silver Cnp. .nc nor* lei tint ever C-ll i sue lot at'- asset and i.po.inhi2bs,three time a day. 1 ban talc* (nun live to :- MI le MCif t aszitoun. S

Farton and Comtni< 'n Ztlercli'ls, will ernne forward and settle by the 1st Sep For the best 130 AE-a Silver Cop. For the invention flr trvinsi-very nwdMne t had savr b.ard if I r*. tight of m l>in r i i.'t!*. to iliflndM and pee. the Elba. Brtrp n," -

Accommodation Wharf Charleston, S. C. tember, or th y will indiscriminately be put into of a snUable Machine for Bed srn-d l in V>witig! iboc iltrtrlKHi,the most S .iemei. 1.ar er. .. -
pnlverizinr Pepper fJ land firnujlK a of taft -
MI it. mt conple po-s orjrnur Hint pbtiiiaie CKH of larn T\onn ear Is l ctstaiU-yeicrrd. ihqnsu'J l.stmd, .a .
HUDSON FLEmXC.1 & CO. I calculate to debts 4 Gold MedaL Fcrthe best STEAM ENGINE ment.which rnuwl th-orni mi mj l It beat, antI 'rOCJTO TR 8Tf J5IACII -" Frjnkhia- TIsiius,.1. S -
1VOUM.
piy ray as a principle of ; 15ues At-hieaIs.
-a Gold Medal. For tbe bsst Model of an improved I enilrelr reic, ined n>r benlib to tJ nfwnMc avrpria*
Ihtstrorm .
honor. w n-uatly Sound 4. tlte craait eeiu=IV.tiucutar. aS
tntexinea
Factors &ciy STEAM FlUE ENGINE Gold lledal. For the and dt-Ult,and t-J t'>*avnnuiimeRl .f BIT M n and IK Die woini ate-i c'uiiuon to UkireM. C.2bicpn. I.Cadidea
This notice is Vet
particularly directzd to those < It i*
Ne. ?4 Uastret4Saaniah_ Ca. who have been and in ths hibit persona | bent ESSAY Southern Grasses.-Rnffln Prize (3Jgne.1)) V.J. L.ANGLET.AN hot i iitirciy rnuBneit tn tbeui,** adults tare frequent:) i:.t.Live, Cnlney.t. d
are when
-- K. RTAi a. Silver Pitchy. For the boat Specimen of American ttau k-mivn to ,uif r wiib thi'ai." The prtcr-tmiw,most Lti.Lt-.t.r, 5
Physician's bill is presented of not paying, except j SCULPTUIiE- Silver Pitcuer. EXfT1NAE't' rtTRF.OTA BAT)BREAST, firomliitul white all'i-ctt' with tht worm,a e,b irifnc*) 8.n. Love, SI
Cotton Factor Ac' Genl Cornea Merchant. by pramisea.) and then calling in other medical aid, ] The Djcrtors of the Institute take jrreat pleasure atheu cearly at the point Draft.. and tn.lnenf tbq I.eflgsh.Soii, bintcMr-t r the i 3atn..M--neIik, .. 3.-
n3-r IJojce A Co. Wharf, Charleston. S. O. without any other cause than a desire to defraud ) the the bowelpt'kinat Ihe |,usa, n I4iii.ihtrak ui.d.-rtVrvrr Leon, Ii. W.Gwaa,
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n to that of the
ADAMS"* FROST; "the laborer of his hire.! To those I would nay, staling public, by liberality Copy ofa latter frn-n Mr. n D'lnnt.X. Oileam. No &(.'' If>nu or say of yet, rbildren have auy cf H.Azcher.jr. .5
State and to this! Institute have in
city they now tin II. Bkiu bat J'S
stay with your late choice-./ trust thev will be vem'icr Bth, 1833. above -yiuptonii, II'JbliN.-ACK'j MinttM s YEL'P T. ,
Factors and Commission Merchants, paid. Among honorable and in the code of course of erection, 13 be completed Ly the 1st of To rr'if-y'pr noTlnwsyi? CdUHly (icpvmled upon. Iy! Biogc It ton .I..C. IVmilly, .. aWskuha

ADCUL'S KORTH wn.ir.r, CHAELESTOX,s. c., medical ethics persona before, July next, and in ample time for the approaching r>par?i', Tt ii wiih honrtfeJt! graiiwif tnTe tn Inforn .- havr a-t-ertam, ear. and ci-eatly cnivaini n', after Csuir.Miller, 1eWPeit f
Pay one
Will psy particular attention to the sale of Cotton' is the maxim., I do you employ another Fair, a large, commodious and dopant building, : von Ui d by the the..f yiar >"intim-nt and PUN, a-uni;it arcurdiiif to the inecli..n! ,, SIte patient la not 'r.iAt.Kuehsrdnn, -- -
jot cumploin. "On the t*)<* life of wit"ba hern riiiiireit tn health and the nronn tbtwoisrliiy N. C W. Walker, SI
and other produce, and the purchase of family capable of holding in its main Hall ,590 : my .avsd.! For*ereii year miratrd
Their in the contrary, having found out the debased principle and also in connection with it well adapted she had) n fcatf hre Ftwili IfB rontrre wont tin, (at-to from the 174cm.)on etui rest amrrd there is n.i rem- ).sliPtui.y, SI
tnrpplics. lung experience factorage which lots actuated such persons, / couLi not le a very a r ncrroti t.auniI wwloU that rwihinz eo Mare makes them think trill be cblc and spacious Machine Room which! will enable the
business they to cyalu employed. > tier;,l was Ibtn In lueed to try your < intoirni \; -c niail,wjUt tluae w -o Be my wm-m>yrup.Ai JaaM ft-Turkey,5 at .
jive satisfaction to those who may f jror them with HENRY D. HOLLAND. Institute to famish sufficisnt power f.>r any kind and Tilt*, when in ti. --lu>rt npice "f firee" raimh, .ni; >Es, on S.VAI.I. Tin;CAD V\ORM S tort Wjikc-r. -.M

their patronage. and they offer thtrrr eavices to the Jacksonville July SO 1S55. of machinery that may be offered for exhibition. tticy pflVrird a perfect cne: ti the a-iloniniiment of a'l Time wom,10 uliiott the bumas,Item illailt, jaine IK Morris, SIMtdoa
Planters and MerchauU of E iot Florida. tspl Every attention will ba paid to alt articles sent wh: kiww a*. We olitsineij y.rnr M..fkine.. from are ibo! most trouMe-ome nf ail ottwi Tly UK frn-- A. MeDiatEd, ,

n.-* $ ETTSEL 1 AIS. E. fl. TRO"T. for exhibition Mi- rVrieht ant Co ,Chartm Ft New Orlein tra.ly to lie dmid in tf ret turn,and if allowed hi remain u4.Llte.Irn. ,, SI
Groceries. All articles entered for prcmuas! must bent I Miiil thw from "Hotel diu Prine.,M Pari-.'iithou; ,h ,Tom irritation thry pr.vlure, la) the Jtumda* l. If* AtHnrnofl, SI
w. & J. E. ADGJIt, in I had written it at Pew Crenn! ,before wi final y left, lion tot cilinuic draordi n, mi li a* inftntiicinn of ibo MrKinnry, uJuper.
CST received before Ufa of
Lucretis on or November
and far Saturday day II. J.MewatuJuba
sale IOTT ntmltioa .
Importers or Hardware, CiAlery, Gnus, 'I I pr at that time,not knowing ynnr addrru at NVw Y.'rk. bowels and other iteianKFnienU of the rtmuarn. Th* ,
for Cish, next, directed to care of the Clerk of Sjuth Carolina Frittk, 5I &A
SlzineH R. |.f RANT.Tb rafi-
&t.. ( ) t.i and t medtrino Thai exn i.e u.ed i* 1IOBEX 4
sucks Institute Charleston. Articles James M Head:;, SI
5 Rio CV fF.-e bj sent
Al. 54 tAte /W CZarbilon > nny ? rc:>*MnnU tcn-rd rnt.jn&ntywith the OlBt- SACK1OR.M! 'YHL'P.neb it. the a9l>mi bmf =
irftoy n'r B SI
Qfof, Jerry t n.iib, ,
S -Jjva CoSee. superior article, sifter that day for jibition oaly. Contributars to men! In oif>, ort"ie f 'H'-wi. g ra-e>:- power of iny ledirinrs over AM nilde,that I defy anyone CoTumlls George 8.Herbert !
Keep constantly on hand n fall and complete as- 3 barrels Rectified: Whiskey, the Fair are respectfully requested to son J full descriptions I Pact !J>E., Cn'n {o't) r'urnmet'iro, to iiro.la.-e a t a-c wiicremy Worn. yu up mud liver I*. cartiO'OHtti, -

nftrtment of Hardware and Plantation Tools. nS-y 2 Old Moa .ngabel: ,, of the articles,and such genera! icfprmation NI flreaza, Canpett. fi-a'iK tthl,are Tetflmmehie4 to'b* n.ed, mat tile) WIt' ) n4cure. Beiilmb HocaiM, 4-'Ii -- & -

MATIJESON MOS & CO. 1 Superior Lite Wine Vinegar, as may be of use to the Judges, and suitable Itnna, Cnn'rarvd and .Fnrr mpolr., Al.that U utemnxy U i<*IMP the Syrnp accord tV.A.t'heffu.-Id, SI- .
R.nj ,. lntoitif.n-tionsfln eat-b battle, and la ea* a eentleaigntive
idZ.int. -
.n Vir.)1 .
1 Linseed Oil for puli'ica ticn. Address Alaclma, A. at. t.un, lswnaeeTil -
Wholesale Grocery and Com'n Merchant required in "rtiert'i aba the irritation
Ph. ormi'tnl.! Empintis1a, ktn! dcenaer! ; they 1:. Y..unat.inod I..
CLERK OF THE SO. CA. INSTITUTE ,
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Art. 14 Katt JSatf, el44restM.? 1 Sperm o.5 i yr.n..r.ie, Fl-lula', Frurrr >n>utirethe la '-rFilli1, by their inpailuiing actiimriil (.. LIinnn. Iii

H. F. 1THESOX. K. L. SIMOSS. SEDGWICC SIMON'S. S 4 Crushed Sugar, Hay IS. jjCf Charleston, So. Cx liin |.*r. Com. Sore heaiGlup.'n ,, l-.tfalilijr oj erati'iB open .the bout.ii, u U.. uo-t ucI Feuz Ljvuutgson. JasknnTiUa.fToodftoek -
6 No. 1 Soap, Chh.o.wg, !V tWj! Topit-uri, plraa.uzt he dicim Ibatpin be ia'f u. Cc015Pimie, "

r_ 6 Champagne Ci&sr $25 Rexvard. Ctiihhlaln*. J4tmfla2n.Chapt.d Ih4)hE.tCK'S LITER TILI. Crab Eowdcn, 4, -
S. S. F AIIR All fc CKOS., 6 flaret "St E fland. H.'et. vroua,!., sws Ko of the Iaruu..re liable Joirnfl.Ee1inIsy, U
tephe, part -ynem dleue than
:, AN from the subscriber about the 20th Sold the ft'itllijhmenl of Prnfefwor
Wholesale Grocery merchants 3 Old Otard away at ; tlo'lowfly, be Ljscrltitin: rui-p'h d nitil Ihiuuti'iitibI.s.d-VeS. Ni.au. Junes T.O'ICII,
Brandy
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GEORGEa 04-i Strand. nearTrniple Rar f.nn4on nnd Iv all
house servant end yen-
Junemy negro cUamt, n>-tvcp, and if di.e&wd the I Ho.d lit jIftg.
.V 172 Eatt fkarkxlon .c. 3 Old JliiJeira Connie
C.liASIlTEL -t-
Bay, : rfrr* of nieriirine* ihroui'inut the I'nifd Stae irbm Ffvent
Us is abaut five feet inches i'iowm t Nassau, C.C. ,
carpenter. eight high, a Thr.'Uih alt pTt of the Kxlo -f Liver '
6 Chemical Sperm Candles, *", hi 37 l-i reni,67 CM.?*.and ?! IMmrh.VVIinIe -- -- A J. Bradd. k, U : *
little ..b3legedvery black complexion wears a rompiahtw, Jaundice, Bi.ii.u J>f."eitioi.. >*
b3-wi.ia,
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2 Green Ten, "hurricane, te, hy the prineiial itrue hi.'u.tot the! .ttv. S I Itirn! >wittnin, M t.
C. DIT.\ & CO., o 44 Onlong Sea Witch," small ring in one of his ears, and is very intelligent. tninii, ani hv Meia A B. & n $nnH,. N'rw York MVER COMPLAINT 6t John, Cad llnmplin-yj, 5LAuu.dast1.
Wholesale Any information concerning him will li thstkiuilyreceived \.ie.TlJtre is S const Jera-ile saving by liking thelairs .(X Itmnptrrys .4
Clothing house, 2 Coils Manila Rope. i I. artendn with clkiils; uetetilrd l by fever, serene ,
and the above reward wHl lie paid tj cup,
ST Fm rf Afir >% I 20 IVA. T. HARTRIDGE. { tny pninit in the nf ib'.iJrer, vooiiuns.bin tune JsrobM'cklerSM
e ror-2 if Gartuton. July | rf-ju.n 1 ,
JTiyw '
.* jr J one who will lodge him in jail,so that I gat him;; or N. K -=.IMrrptirM
/-v will deliver him tome at Augustine, or t> Mr.Jno. rfiMirdrr( afiui-d tn curL box. ia hue slOe ii .-IcaJ'-o i by pn-un*;rl.cbld the Irft lute S tflTiiI4JiGiiuikt

WILYhANS & PRICE To the Public. M. Begg s, at Orange Mills, on the Si. Johns, For sale in Jacksonville hv be e:1eisd Die j lair, i* generally in te left '-hnn! and all reasonable expenses paid in case of delivery. T. MCMILLAN, with a chou dry ennih,tin kiw let-outing of a*alo! w .Varion, John Mrlnt'k-b, ** .
Importers and Dealers in Forisn and Doaiertic Rotten Eailock *
B. U. 3IAYS.5t app- annce, nud tie s.mt!, elay-ci'loied This fl1HE undersigned to HESRT TIHA- *
SU-ML-SSUM Hall. :
ii hIev.-nstno
Hardware, Cutlery, Gnus and Apothecary ran t l.eeurrd by tireiue IKIBENS.iCK'J$ MVF.R '
L sus\ No. S Iluluijs' have iu store : Augustine,July ISth, 1354. tn23tf J.W.Winu. ..4Lety
1'iato! I Bolldiag, JuneRICE'S 93-y PI I.L.i.S4 they act rtrerty! upon the-eat of the dt -

4/ (i.e Gi.Wea J'adlecl3b.. 24 ZPiynr |! and for bale, if-Ui,auri then operates open the towels,thi-y expel O.. A.Mnrym, Wacu.smi
S.
tcet, Chariso, 4S 6' n3-3 |I A General Assortment of Runaway. all the corrupt gel.t Hinted matter I'mtu tile..ystrmflVl'EPSIA. J< |io R.Wetleramn HatcUer.Koiieit

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Wild Chel'17COUGH lliflborutugli, h'iiiKio Tannan, TasiyaJ
NELSON! CARTER, | Merchandize ? ) REW.ttD.-Ranaray from the sub- The ,ym't -m* of l y>prp>la, end Its various disMrs. t'miningham,

scrIber the 2Ctb Juno : .any dZihrein: thr heed, t.i-anburn.nnprrri E.T Krad-wk M ,
WhoIeaIe Drugi &c. &c., en a negro ,
flmsisthig of Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, a irr ruling nifuln. ,K-UIUFF arising from the tlomnc h
CHAKLksTOy man named JIM, (or sometimes called Jim Shzw.) CANDY. Jo-f ph M.Taylor, Ccota.Suicpur .
IT iLl rsr, ; SfGXOFTffELAKJ Hardware and fAitlery, tVockery and Glassware, ae.,and'-a t>liin'!.('-urial In-.timr 01. flit a linhc bod}. W.Ni.Cirti.nn .5 -
YKLLO IP HOHTAR, !. Hats and dps, It.xiln and Shoes, Siddlery, and a Said negro is of yellow complexion,about 5 feet S I Ff..ui hue it will bfn-n tint(I eii! tie owes IM origin Cbarlcs MrMma, UFLtpb
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iTOeret it frtpcred ta trl'M a larrre SttfX nfrtyficiaiui large Bsxnrtmcnt ofltirks end Stationerr, and all inches high, stout and strong bnitd and of mdde! AGREEABLE to the taste, and -vrar- to a liU.Trmiiii.d slate o!hue l.ivrr and MOOIJH li.HnBKN.ArK'S -U -

Jinqiii, iT. ci, J'rern7i Ftaur. other article suited to the trade; to which they invite age; rather mild spoken, but with a peculiarity in arcnrjli to the dim-lion-wlii are LIVER FILLS w the vrry 5edI Monroe, Benjamin Sawyer, Kay West. -
h.4.rv.eet, Ins speech. Said negro was raissd br Mr. J"oha clue 10-ttrTt* H-tmn/n-iit aol li*ilnj runat th.7 act J>tr 'm aPuteT1CIMK
!9kdZ 1', rfuNer the attention of tlie publi;, end ask then to simple to cure all ca csor Coujh a-id t'plilf. wiiu-r o.
.Smp J1d iltut, J'ut'y, 4c. &e., shkI lie call and examine their stock before purchasing i ij Houston, cf Amelia Island. -I will give to any an wntun the rearh nr my mcdirtnc, be>iiles a9brdir by l[ rhTO'tng! thr-rtan iifnl l<] at-tM't.*of the->strut, SI
nlu a ttaithy arliun,aol rtuueridi the bOnd
*
t who will deliver the to i in af Allbma. Cnmrrh purs. t amoe{ Vourl -
.Jr.r. ITt th L'dSt tnartft price*. JJi-rthanU one negro roe, at my planta- relifH FIHKB I'riiip, and! -
elsewhere
flatter themselves that
and isri-j ; as they (hey c.tn i tion, or in jail at Jacksonville tli2 mm r>f C25.i Ur,and l-einif- tins or tlie most useful rstOiCinMin TO FEMALE oiI.rie. Al ffritfpij*,vrrtta r.-tjy ssil as low as any oc.e eke, for cash ur country i GEORGE BRANNING. the ra>ly hapiii couumpiion.iMr. You will fla.2 tlief Hi!!. *n invnlnntti Me lriri>in /IrthnrCiDO, 4s
to enUatKlenintiiitliiriiii't and J'ricmbf fiirt i itbfvherf. 1 prodnec. j I Tti-re inpl' iluz Ota arucle before the pahllr, mauy e-.mphutuuut. 1 -tiH-h you aw iiu'jP t.In Elijah Wat-on, St

rtrthi.Rikc ) GvoJ.-- c..r.fullya.. j T. H. BURTON.] [M. W. GRATIS |f i Middeburg, Jn'y5,1354. G-la Hnimito b.ive dincavfrrd or ln-niou-iy| eixri.Kiua'tdnifliciii ti-ins,nuu-r Iwtai or jiatlui, they have been found of V.. C. IVUliaaiH, MsiicVIflQS

4trtqe,'iwraatrif. n.yv. I -.*. lutherto unknownnr known only saint rfpi- tiiriimaM! U nf fit In itcinrii.r cud |prtrymj ibe blood D. G. 1.'.. U -

N. a-M W. i ij | "ffJUOUGIIT to jail on the 2td instint, a negro remMlM'S, nr in stab cimibinations, ax p.-errntej ami oilier r JiJ*.so a.' to enrr a i romp-aiiOn nlii -b nun; E-H.Cron ..55ntninonhlufl .
wnuld
II. BEACH, I j GRAVES respectfully Lafurm JfcLB: man, who savs his name :s &prilatid that he the full t.T-r.'tf their lienfSrM cff.rls. Nor dir. lw cilia frwai trmale *irregulariile as Iwanfslfflit .diurtie-. ,- -- .-i S I
Importer \Vholrs.ie, Dealer io.vET.c '; the public! that h: still cintiaues thi i' belongs to John Demerc, of Hamilton Cuuaty. aver that his Tough Cni.dT ha tlw approval oCths*-n- ,ptitn Sofia,ide,b-iik, fce. Thesiinly P1P.ate hir -
tire Medical Facility,nr biu bei-a tei-iiiomeurfrd |ti> *f-and utirctoal rtrnieiiy to run- lite ; !
) fluin ry r.fowiuq Rernedy t
RIKROSS TItlJfJILVUSZ0TT ] DagT2erran !' Said boy is of black complexion, about 5 feet, C inches 4'm.t rnlrhtriie.I ph5 fiei in*;" hct lir would mtrrly eiiiupliint C-nni, Keivnu-ncra. Melnncholv, tub -

E 4c., JL'JrIf4rL: ) WJ1A.VF.4YCTCOOD t one Atw west rf Dr. II. D.Jacksonvfllc ILZin!. rcsiJizi'e. b.gh.: and 22 years eld. Hate,That liiviuz bjfl.rfiffLC4 .evwelyrriim tironicbi.il 1k-n.a tti-GI 'dine-sRleumabui.tetarssug r ha-sn.,, For Each Disease.

XILUSEUV G-jOD.'i' GLOl'JX, July 20, 1551. The owner is requested to come forward, prove arrectioii. aerompaiiieit by euu hinj mij highS Uimroncs.ol ighuL! ,nr iolart any of rl-e ri: athat
IlostEit;;tft. AltOold -.- property, pay charges, and take him awsy.I sweit,he applh-d in toe of the Faculty, whne tMe- a-iie trim aOettinn-i of the Liver, impurity of the i
aad Miter Watches aad JeircJrr, I JAMES VINZAXT, ..TdioI I trnp'ioii nflonietl sui-b riteily| rrlier and -fuUrd in Bloolorcot.fiipa i-m of de JlnwUs.MRUIRAt. .
The Springfield Mills: such erfe.-l rare that lie inclined 13 nluala i iUe AT the reqcest of many of my .
*?-f SO. 19 HATSr, Cl UO.TOX.ILW..iP.FORCEtco.. Jacksonville, June S9, ISii.TTBROCGIIT | was a EVinESCn. pa- '
I fcn al
., Comprising they ruisbt tie properly corop snarled with tout, ; of thrlr m-Tiaftcture .uI.u.ln-J ti B. for In p-e- rfSei ol pm-lipuusas.in the f-irm FAMILY
Wkolenle Dealer in Boots and Khoss Steam Saw Mill-Corn Mill-LatL to jail on the 23d instent, regro in iriTc liirm t cimvenienl aol pal.4a'.Si1i1m, siitrehhb lion, iyibat tie i.if rt-d-ei.u of nl.lrh lit-var,eom- MCDU'IMl.ewh cne mtrd to a pirtucu-srdi.rw, .
| aJ> man Dick: ana who says he belongs to John %% htia. hal the f itwfartimi of a liiiiHisteriiu it p. ct-ui nne tim! the heit ''I'I in n<* fir all til-taufthe > an I ant. Ukr hen mauatmet. nf the many nvtnms'" ,J4 -
At/ SI JfA i'SESr CHAllLlXTOX.ts4. I Shingle, and Planing Machines, Demerc, cf Hamilton Couoty. lie is of & blnrk >u<*retrni; ) in many rates. I lie b.greiei.ts! of wbirh Liver,luiporltle>oi Ihe-RUmi.: kc.E' iiml p iri 'fn* nfibf day pr-nri'iteaw totb* world ta't.* ".- -
w. roEcc JOBS r. rorce. CEXJ. CoLr.Du complexion 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, and 25 thU! r: n4y is fnntir't\; \. nmnnt which vViltl 1iny isU : >xGF. Wiinp.M D. one cuniponnd will CB- j-II eis-e ,and wtn (tad. 4 .
LOCATED AT Tnt EAST EXD OF TEC CITT, ; years
hirml> ., mid be Lilrrnl wools oi ih, ItalLin
physician
I of | prinriiat| ,are p"rfcf may F. :R' \VI.ET. M. D. frvst fpaUaBxanipa ) ,
era prepared to execute ordure ior nee. >y nil peroti., nf al. ae, at all limes. L'l.lUe mnnyof J.JJOVVCA'.V.D. '- mnJMn.-*. v tti-b they know ItUlc Into btyUasol -

OLIVER FARNUYI, I Lumber, Shingles, and Laths i The ewanr is requested to corce fonrsrd, prove the CouiU Candirs iinw offered l--r sale! ,purpivI.ng Purcitaze but thn iticLi IIcy know !b-tt-P -2% -S

Wholesale Grocery, Liquor and Prorisioa at moderate prices, deliverable on their whjri, hr i property, pay charges and t.ike hm awa It br> the |mida nf (iroiniind medical rertuct, l.m tiJ-.ft hlUHt..WK"asatiothets nmte e :baviny areivoiihle She piinvcre- J.d. ROSS,M. D..rWaJelphfa.ros -
I A JltS YIZANT
J >-liirh are in reality Vie cootnttint.1 genuine ran-h;
Dealer, shipment, or WB the Etrcet, for Cilr use. Jacksonville, June 2'', 1SH. ,makers this Ritirle It not aierle.I| in tutu itt! the .atIkaifl ipitiont- CEOLlUA DYiutY, BOWtLCo:1LAL1S
jrr' >.is? FAST HA r. ('1l4LLTO.1'Jlu.cis4zaa1va L Terms CASH.Arp'vto .li iti heir lu." 1-iit u ptfCuli.uly! adapted to ti,- Agent TTWhln; ntrnr csppliet tint nil nh--T wisUnt : tc.DR. .
Acid atrtU ttltfttd Stock /L!- fow disriwe* abnvanemiunand milan of brim to become Acre's, mot uS Sons the pn.p-irtor. J. N.
fwurt end Grii-k trJSirti t' ifr* far tale l r.Orienfrot ; ROIGUT to jail on the 23d instant, a negro cO&iipiweJ ut lira pMivft quality'.1 f sugar,infii-fd with Itoitl.N.-Ai: K.ai tie I ahfirat ry .o.ISi M-rth'e- J. S.JCOSlfS CASJOXATITE1'IL BALAr.
*tit Cu tiry cartftdly tutd pronpt'.y E. A. DaCOTTESontjweiiise. by the name of Sharper-the property of JvihnDamere th. i.trit-torhoarluiundiL is midr Iroiii surer Ia i'sliUhesl coed .treet,nbore F.: PIIILAI/PLPHIA. ; Mutunr it one nfthenos tatportint.n.dkjsca-
attmded tn.T N. B.-Curn ground en toll st any hour of the I of Hamilton ccmutr, as be saVs-of black! 1-l.ilc ot porfvCUon. and eoMiain* well known ,'otd l>y uli Dra'iji tv and Ieii.b&nt In the mIteitrlaui. and rlioo.i N cept m nil (*mlieaAa a 4' yrf\ftr"\ tutI

nn; cai.h or dat.I I complexion, 5 feet, 6 or 7 inches high, sad about aii.1 apir'| >vrit te.e '..inTry it,and its iutrlnsi! merit .. m\3Cy bntera and <.wt-I t'nwputlni&iib.ta never failed, tI
city acpti. _rp"jH. I JscksonviUe,Juiy Cih.1V.4. 40 vents of age. will rail f-Mih a tp iniany.-i.lery vinMies luaOwiiayvs&ea. Una aiticlc M
rtttlnut'hill rive it a popularity! uupaiallelcd in the o-edaiuncud. J ifce SS5 cent..
WM. TVXXO, The owner is rcqueslad ta come forward, prove of Philadelphia Hedical House-EsJL -

Factor and CommlMion Jlcrch't, I FLORIDA property, pay charges and tko hint nwar.I : lii-tory pe aoinnimi n-n-s pal pielca?'. uiIi-b urai.ty yrar* ao tiC Ian KlXAr'.l.lV, DC. J. S. ROS'SPECTOa.tT OSCEOTJP -

(For Florida Proicet I JAMES VIXZASJ.Jiair. Each eenutiie pack igs, of Hire's Congh Outiiv,wiUr nmerof fhi4 ns, t'Oi-.n sLeI$,beLW..a op-Dee and ", "

.',o.z SoUTllElty WILlLr.; dil.iLLLSToSznyly IRO.VJPORIS. Jacksonville, JuneADUNISTRATORS ii -ar on Ihs eurelu the tijnalure of T.C. ki:1; Fine hil4de<{>hia. PaIVVALID3 : SYRUP, ,

vannah.Ua Is a never failing remedy for coughs,eoldi and loaf t
_ NOTICE.deceased. C..ntitry merchants tat,1 pnpp'i.d t thihos,each Are appulied that Dr. KIMCL'LIV roufnenli.t 1ui prac- dustaSIs. I tiCs e.sndt. -
box eont'd.itn ij W packages,ai feS s 4. tn a i rtu-uai: branch of died einr,wltn-h tnxa .: -- -
JOSEPH WITILDEN, I T> W. BIGCS k COM JACKSOXTtLLE. FA, 1'TOTICE is hereby given, that the subscrTher.l tiuv3tfILWB ljt undvM-rt e.u uti.m. lie ca-tunic the un'onuuate. tA

Dealer ia Faiats, 0db,Glau and Slip JLV* are now prepared to execute promptly or .l has been duly appointed Adniinistr.tt-r of the g nnwt ilw aH >e of m.-rrury. Th..u-an. are anon.!!Syusrvuntslized DB. j. s. EOSE'S PAD: Cci A

Chandtrry, den forsteam estate Cf John L. llIudget late of Monroe county, ut of U.*. ilectul af.drUou air tvn ratr fUT beck,tore tftront,paiiw !. Vueuee- -

.VO. ftjf EAST X A Y,0>ITEILAyTERfTAA'H Engine Saw Mills Sugar All p'.TSOus hariog djnaods against ariPLAiNT3 ptUtuk-iIY rAtuagut-hed. t\\lit, back or limb trma a roM. It eurr,pelaaebIt5 -

MlXIIAlflUf BAA'S. C1IABLESTOX.Bf I j said estate, are hereby requested to present the DYSPEPSIA TWEVTT YRARS or PR.VTICD blab,..czuipti..4 paja-iwUte*ioitacb 0?buwds. Zucs. :. -,

try*amftamflyfor? ails f amoral amortaUKl nfratut M illgand; Pans, Grist Mills, Horse same, duly substant-ated, to the subscriber, within : In the leaisn.u oft rUo uf d.j-cassa bin-ennf gtert- lit I O..23eand -S l

*tiut Oil*if mU JLaA rr7r KI.V- J
Powers Iron and Brass
at dairAe Castings, K l.lSaabnr of -Work on .prwrtrntlnn) la rs J. s. HOSE'S EXIBACT OF Brcnr >
fruieKfiritt Trpt* ate, *', Spirit plead in bar; and ell persons indebted to said estate Disease of the Kidneys ,

Gds, TaUoic, Grudkitxn>rd>ifr, Ckai Punpi, j and every variety of Machmerr. Casting, Forjjinp are hereby called oa to mike payment to prose(iral antl--0i that nine,*tilaii'tenths>nil of wuzki.es'Ihe'a'Oul'Wf,ntrBlal*and'*''debility|.lir.(f.t, I*one of the het rvmedibi ever usf d, for dbeaaM of

tJfil* futtU'atItttra, O'tue, J'tu'tiUf Yarn, and Blacksmith.Work, Saw Hill, Steamboat, GEORGE D. ALLEN, Aimin.itlra.iar. and all Diseases arising from a suferiig.aretraneibe: te circle habitfurniiaj >a* be kUueji,biajuer, ic. fries SOc. --

mif Ces&egofrarZoia indvl da-I!ly and land i-'piug otd.oaic Lilt

They will continue the Tnasofactair, and Veep Phel as Lmiftipa'Aiii, in war! Pih-s, FiilIneol mt ri anil pniuzuutur.mornihuty.. DE. j. s. EOSE'S NEsvors ASD rrnoCOBBULi -
i I constantly on hand, their variety of PLOWS rr.\KB PARJ'lsULtK N'TTICE.
,
of
E. E LANE ninndtn the llenit. \cijity the t'taiinch. Naua,
j TlilliER CARTS, CHAINS, Ac, to which they j T TOTICE is hereby given to all! creditors, he'jr Harlborn, I tent fir< FnmJ. Fullness' or V> eight in the Thete i is on cvii habit fomHime- ol 'd In by ORATING -
respectfuIlT invite patronage. jy6 i lv and legatees, and all others interested ia the 5iouiiiehSour Ernctntioni, linking or Fluttmnf at l yainwil'tiidr, .fteuu rri'Wint up wilt then to auRa- Foe heart dt1rasvsiuhI avurns alKvll-itn,flatulence,
Books Stationery I > ] estate of Ferebea Thigpin, late of Putnam county, the pit of the. Stomach, wimmlnc of tbe Stead, lln booS, and wl.icb. ll not ipiorinrn in tur tithe, tot uunl>' bPthuire, re-I-u.4n-.se1 ltOflbl.te.ur slim. rauinf
] deceasedthaton the expiration of six months from tied and JHtTirnlt Un>athtn Fliitierim of 1b>- Heart.ClioVtne begets M tltPU <.iu.at-I.-s in riatnm"nwl ln|>|Mnw ,(ml the spirit*,and sivincprmerln the whole .j umUia

AND FANCY GOODS, For Rent the d tte hereof I will apply to the Court of Pro- or Suff. -atiniiwiuaiion whrn in alyinjpn- eivesria- >a reriu. .ptutracu d, inridixuo.and devastating aImI must-thou.he tneffrcU JiieeMe. -

A Small Dwelling IIotiM, on moderate 'i bate for the county of Putnam aforesaid A>r a foal lire' liininrw i vieimi,l'oi nr Uabs I afire lh- Sight, affrrtion* F w of iho-e who fiva way to
JLTXUXJJER S JfArSESTREE2'CHdRLtSTO.i 1ht term It i is situated in the western ublj.nrb j settlement of accounts with said estate and frvi-r a'.d itn'l Pitin in the Head,hefb-hncy of Per-pi- tin peruhiotin pia-tire an>awair ol She e.m..qis-a--e., Dn. .1. EOSE'S TspEpnc> CO3fl'Ot ,
my ftL unlll they hInd the l.<-nmu* tjnti-m nhattKieU. fl
; jfl of the town, on the tract owned by L discharge as administrator thereof. r title ii..rypllowie-Fof lurk. (hethntc the, fce.kin'and,Sodden Eies I'lusbe.ofH.iu, ain in the. .:r.injfl and uaactoun-able ftlui and vague fcar inIII A .me earn for'dy>pep-la,bvereomplalnn and Mdl.
erouull -
Dr. Baker. There ia of I
over an acre WILLIAM TIUGPIN. .4&miat rater. IUIB-1. -slnn when taken ia eit" watt bis Aiunuiv*
ItUMinjin the rf! ,h, m.-tani jmagininf( evil,and f< ; eoifju ,
has a Good Stock of attached. Anplv to C. DREW, Palatka, February 8th, 1S54. feb6 Gm treat dHT.-sslon| t4 piri'AV uitfvtunnte.thus RTfceted IireomecfeeUe,amble or FauJly fills. hit-c UMh,75c.
MEDICAL WORKS I July .tt Republican Office. ; '10 C? TtTf.I.y CURED BYDnilOOFLAND' to !ahor willi accwioined VtV,or to ai nil his wind ta 3 t
dUd hltatepi. tuniyand seakhe i< duHflrrelut. "
To wnidi the attention of Medical GenUetnraUrncgbout SIX months from date, I shall prcssut my CELEBRATED .-,;and ingaj'ta his rp rt with lass tucigy titan DB. J. Si ROSE'S GOLDE2T KUS,! -
For Sale.ATtry to the Judge of Probate of Columbia uiual. For talUif rf the womb,fornaja weakaets-jtebJO -
the United late* it renpectfall invited. County, and ask for a final settlement and 'iamia-i GERMAN BITTERS, If he emancipate hinselrl.efbre the"pnctlee b-n 'and nUxaUun. f rice Sde. %' .

WILL trCElVZ ORBtES FOB handsome balding Lot, in square C, sion as Administrator on the cstaU of William done it-wor -nod enter m.iTilmoiiy, hu mrri.i; Uonfrnitful a _

( Z) fronting oa Adams Street, near tbo Vinzact, late of said conntv, deceased. Prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, liii bu sense tells bun thai this ia eausud by DB. J. S. HOSE'S FEMALE SPECIFIC 4-s

will be iold to tb Profftw'ion at PbOadel- residence Doctor tLatridge. Terms earr, JAMES YINZANT, Adminitti&or. No. 120, Arch street, Philadelphia* bn. early ft"lle.Tbevearv fflflPi&fTtkittP51tICh should awaken Ib* A remedy for paial'iU; m.asuaaho.- tocorrbsst era

|tee*,or on a Lberal credit to approred purAIT Apply to I). McCUES.: Jacksonville, July 10th. 1854. :: aiUuifc.il of IbOM riatlfctrly*ltm -d.MAiiKiACB wbAt.a.i'rfne1.S
: July 13,lSM TbelrpOwer oval The itbOVV PI51Si! *U not ci-iiKu, ,

AX Assomtrrr ormSCELLANLOUS Jacksonville & Alligator.PlaiJk Road equalled, by any other'preparation in thy United reqatre the fulfiiment ..f ennl rondidon. in enter BB. J. S. BOSS'S AKn-BniOCS OB'jtAUr ', .
ttatm. as the rare*attest, ID many rates afUr i-kUml that it may he reitll) the FAUSR .if outline bappinrw.t'oald .
BOOKS. Sea Island Cotton Gn.r1HE Company- physicians bad liiih-d. the T-H wM'-ti rover the undo 01ukane'tc| EOAD PILLS,,. .,t -

'2T4D3LLXSTRATION subscriber takes this opportunity to'in- Tttnn bitlf! u are worthy the fltvritiira of fnvnlids.Pomnsios rretciie.Hi'rrnl-rd,and U true utmtee In u-very l Is- The. PITIP are.it warraii Hlia fii .v malady
PM. form the plants of LONG STAPLE COTToN rint Tr fiuurer of the Comply now prepared tints virtues in the rertinnitiun nf Dtssasr eian-e .'iwlnwd. 4n lunwmtuayt-niuki ft b. tnned to or disease inrttenl m maa,but they attta grand lUMdy -
yOTICEBj Tirtue of .u. to receive the second and third instalment up nf th. Uvn- urtrf tetter Clnndr, E -ieint Vie mn.tsenrrhlnx physical[ dk.quauuiktIuut. and llnrir attendant ilhapointtneuta f C a bUbwa..taw nf tlw s>slrBi u4 COBUUOO l vris
that be zUl continues the of
aawder of the lion.Felix Livingston.Judge manufacturing on the stock of tha Company,each of SO eentrv P"wer to went M an t anVetkuia ofiha IA. I Apply,then,while it i i.JM ante,Inimii-t Without fripiiir.they am aa aewe-pwrjative,ebmMfac
the latest improved Boiler Gins at his usual rates, : : Kcrttiry.For are iiiat taje certain 5-XMl l iltaECAD and trliiifd and purifying the llvsr slnarh and buwa a,and kwrufms -
ef Probate far Duava1 county on th 23d day of GSO W.CALL, festive organ they | to have y.mr annuanf oipiiialijn reKCMEMKEK -
.
and is now ready to fill all orders without delay. sells.. b vact-dieivlfi.dd .st.m fire frota ro.tl'eitrv' When aced witS -
Jely aezt, will be offered far wl before the Court SOOXTS. jaW -- AKD DETe CONVINCED. IH. Rule's Tonic MUtorv.win cure the mart snbham

House door in the town Jacksanrille,the L>Uow B bee i Canora, JacksocviUe, Florida. .trm'>tiy from AU'uina in farm of Dr.eelebtateH llaofland'm- He who plaere hImself arnlrt Or. Khtketia'*tVetttnI.ntmay cases..f WJiunsrarer f teraraM Ages.. Me, 1-s

j Mnoaal and all the real nstate,belonging to the lC.R.DnkeF&1atka- Rent.1A Genimn filler, prepared by IT. C. M.Jaekmn reliai..u rr conSde in hit honor as a ( atlrinaa, aodtiets.- -S

Uof the late John A.Jooes, dcceajSd. tn- the K. L. >'iblack t Co- AllIgator, PhilailHiilii. The treated kn-iwn remedy and My apon the aMttranre that ibos.tr.iae.Ur.K.*. -

ts7eet of the debts of said osttts, ,izLwrY7t Than & White ispnnc8.FatU DWELLING House on Doral street Ic for Liver Itampiatnt, Dyspep-ia, Jaundice,' KervoasDehiliiy. *ti.>nts will never be duetnsvd. rY THE CTtEAT BLOOD PUU1TLL2
VM Spencer, of F. C. BARRETT. f'i-fa-w uf the kirine k.c. ,,un< man I'-i m> l4le aiodwty $ oag i tt Cole Hadaon Co Florida. quire )*, &e. Thober serofura and an >kla diseasee.
\ Uamtrarfc
Jun. 22. 18.54. 4.n-boa: fcGrwen, A jiiHlria, Ala., iteptemhev2D! making yuitrn.e knows to one whurfrom Uueatioa' Is !>r. J: ri. Rose's ananaritla* CnatpoaiuU These k<- -
L e(8etUT.1 D. C.Aerta A Co., Centrevillaje, Georpa.Thoawa lhl2aid: "U's have nnen pains, M intrurttii-e yimr and.rrap.eltihlhutyrft8 errtalnfy befriend ycs. / CC pr'pa' tKw lar-pu.lfyii thus blood tad eleanaiof tiw. -
1L5e4Oaerer fc nilliard, German Piuein,and e find H to bs a very ahtiahiIC! ,, ., many think they will roneral the-secret in their skio.cf alt eittptions, tot ftrlrt strength tn ItM COBatttauon -- 5
X.L3ofSee.24.t.I.Lak 160 acres; John JlidL Trader's nm, Plantation for medicine." ra hwirts. iwlrnre thi inlvi*. Ats hnw often Is Hke the -ab-ve fianapaidla iaepoWMt, MBtade

S ;ofN.E.ofSe .10tT.2K.Sl.&A Charles H. Campfield. Savanaah, SalevEIIEREBY MitsKm;nal bow many a promMteCnmn.wbn viwni. i>y lr Rose.- Pries 0e.and 41. .
40 acres: AGJliUnd *ald! "Y'nor ms.licines must oveDtuaUy have a larsrsalet mlshi have bean an ornament t- sucMj, All o* the above prepa iiis, wiii Pr. Bow's Mtdeal -
Cooper ? oSTjr for sale the plantation known faU lik<-4 *WIT ban fadvit fiora the earth i .. '
'y.tyaj ds.\r.x<>rs.Tr.v,8.22T. an those wh' ute.l it ta ttw ( Advberlu peuous t.ktacsmasdlaLsaIthty&,* jHV
I. i. is, K. c.w.Laod d w. of s;w. Allen, Liberty County, of SAN JOSE, which has bees for much. Tlir people have been miwh deceived here,by trirtares w 15*. orMlia are rapfcHj nmowri u-"d no by.pa bylie. 0
Scott A Dereanx, Charleston, South Carolia aflbrt the pat of *pphietiuui lit a sew iherapeetleel Rnil't. "
.ed&W.1oL. isodK. 13'tofS.E. the last four years cultivated,by m v It has located infllnr Palest noaruw.itid tta L T.
iuti.tituidottai pithily
Capt B. B. Bjthcwood, Beaufort, noon it*rood drelliuc-honse..and out buildinzs. roil, .a1-bLe Bitten, and win, until U become K. Ycokwess and promptII
k'of&2,, own.5 eared,tad full Tip* rwwed.. Daniel n.AmesTaUabB rr- Samuel 1u2.Ioa,Moe..
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'LtG.-eo.ceL Extra BoxeB;Bnuhes sad Boilers can be LIt with an excellent well of water. The numbcrof C. fowler. Ttukere- Ala, January t; JWT; Mtd: COITNTRT IsrAtTTW tlc.ll; AU.. H'U*. flawpmt; W.$5niav ..__
Lii it.. a T. IL U.-7 acres of land is 550, which is cleared hammock; and I think they will eon lurks; C. K.-AUni. WnmMoek MUU; sad of flesj.'
t, aerec tha subscriber's at nil tunes. Persons wanting Tbe Ritt>rs are setting welt r.iubavti fhy rtallnf'their <** xpHeWy.! toothermizzK -
14t.X.s. some timber land. There is an orange grove, con-, ive taii.faeUuo to loose woo ( ietatreaeirnint U'geu.r1i Vurnaabont ibm,I.tp. .n 1
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,S aa4 4,of &SI, 7. R.SS. Ginsor Gins will r-loaae smrir to tiaueso, as wjr? good with atine. *
repaired Agent from four to fire hundred '
tf X. Lo&T.L S3 L3O f8.EV tuning trees. have n sd them. : accordingly
,.( & E. Ss.IST. B. The plantation is situated-about seven mile Dr. H. r. Leonard, FayelteCoan Moote,'Ala,J aJOl t Fww1I rn ann (be I'nted tat.ait4p.c4'ttfl' ivptiee.I -
S July! ;i85*- Sin; St Marys, Georpa., abort Jacksonvill* l>y water; flvsty land,and is )53SAUi! "Yoot IttLtrvs bava doIhi'setUoo. woe.fretIa Skew fl r1 ur rflkinry, 1

the east bank of the St. Johns A yesjiB,* as* M G.lfukb.nI. Ei. and HE ubscriberii BOW prepared to to fh -
Jin i U'aa of land litaate ia Do.'S1Ctty. immediately upon orlhi.ruantyhd base tanatho andribsasr. : BEAD I Tontli Mathod.A .- wry -
The Old Stand en the Burnt District. easily accessible, and ia Tiew of thsseamboata esliell and the saffarcThbytb.dvuOfLprilththeerrespcoZi -,
psssisc vp the river. .of iepofle4ISlfut ear best 1wiietIdtuwttlaI sadVt Ii1 iati.ilthOUikicarcely : VIGOROUS UFE OB A PEEMATUEBDEATB. jive pr reta shares of the fund contniuted by the -- '- T

: 1oZr4N3r: JOKES Undersigned keeps ronsUnily OB hand a lwoolaal*>sell with the place, eleven negroes, ease iMs In et sbai- giWiIiCd with the 1it- citv and people cf Savannah;. ? --- -
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supply of rAMlLY GKOCZE1ES and large sad small; fourteen bead sit home, seventy- ITSiIl f.etid .e mat-b IauI*( tints *hs *i.I inflIe, Tbosowbn.bavsbaadedinthstaulnit-srjto. -
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PRO VISIONS, consisting partly ofOoshor five head of stock cattl* and hogs; aastisnypej. I be contianod to take. asdi s eamptele ezu. was eUecI- I work PREaEBVATTXoalySScts.It af, quested to coma fanrsrd jo4 recsjva their mcoq' .-
J. P. SA5DEBSOS t,4 it" a amlnmtiy required asa m* nTersnlnsth -
Jggd Attoraey.A Batter,Cheese, Lard Htm; son would like to purchase shortly, they can pun' -.4:- lIe tO I.a TFMIWCV .e4'yehi fI"iI 1H? EOCTfl. fcrsof the ese its which walir*.AIM," at once J.IL H 4 -
Bacon Bides and BhonldersrFJonr the "growing ,;consisting of JO WBlturs Jury 1X1854.Caafanaa ofIT ;
- ; cbaM now crop H.W. VY, MtiX..hiti. Kea eky,-October / / ATtrnB:'* Ch7gfEforlioProiougation 4
k .M1nhita1Dr'a K<ee.bdtbtod Snnr cf att kinds; Coffee. Taaa,Sods,"Batter, ee of corn, 5 acne at cane, potatoes, ia-tha -Thea. .*ldzt1" "( pi9j some fbac, 1 ? aSI
Safiar and Bon Onckars, Pilot Bread; ".n $fl in nroanerou$conbtom. find IL h&I eatzartiOt Is .nrj isisatico ilias hcoot. Wth Enles ofI -Notice.-: -S

api.1.1 ta tbsstats" of AbrshuntfDrral MaekeTeL-SerriBg.Oodfiih, Sp> Molawee; for term of sala, apply to the ubseriber,wincan .utidf in,SOUt- 1ifaT:just from .thef r7.' *'
th tem
Edw.lrW.KwtoeJoaaa.ww larnre preraSiait thst
-st tbrooh *pihOI0 attb. ., k ; ott
- aeko county ar* n- Also n be fond epi said Tlv "** foisji roe niaih1ejIaShyt-.I!# pAlMist with a multtancti of 5i e****,tie tho value Intctixpa .LL FLOBIOA hn* been parBunenflr Mtawa .4
sI office .
beltg A .ywst said: s ttata wiUwiflua JJrsndy JPrnlis.Praserres,Proes ,Sardines- Th aubserOwr dstirea- asy,-th t iii sole; njecbacUia krated Medldnakw fallf maintmiwd the aniud rang- > ,Mdres-ed$.9f.of KINKEUVj Phhlattel- from the chaldsttto tin., this is to Infirm iii. a
wino wbieb ins bee ti ven It; and navrtf lestetf Jta. fhlTfcw a-ear. I copy *iiher nfthc abet*
f tR4 t ; 417 a th*ton* Caroiac Brandy. Pesd cto SaotcixWliiBltey; i ia beoause of ii$wish to retire from uMaeewe u.beaIaZtly iaHjps m lt> **- ) b0.4i tyretonxifinanto? twHva eopte*will b.ye-a lithatib.babee* OaIYISIDTfJTSrI1IW-t-apfor C-

b7IIv r this tJoUot wUJbs plead ia bar.JOH5 ConaecslteU Whiker, Holland GiniladeirWa not oa account of any iU-prospeota i3-T. atL-J.tV. eazv T, UbatKj 351? 1i1st. **011tf.roe ts. 'Boskvuera,Ve.vsaceuer *: bo

'0p. BESfifiST.AdmSitrator.80.BE8SEllT.itoWilnt.tfc.. *. Sbeny do. Port do, lars*da, CJuuo- : .gti4tWI MISSP4 *aycves pmsdby % ke. Bjn>B-< wboijeM.wblen .. St
-- .v WILLIAM. CHBlSTOTHKt the see of Dr. Uoofl wl% Bitters,and be.tntitoba5vtvJbIIMedIdM. admit(*tangs SweCe. July 12UL.Lgetit, bar1esa. --

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&s '. rr. ,. -, .To Planters aniiLTiml) meB.r ,; inn : -:. 8lOW1&4-' -_ _
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'r' ,. ; .. ,I : ..v.'E. :DEPOSITORY ... r ;JL '.ahiplorthepurptseortransactings' : .fMedcine.-.5.P.f. Eouoar1itr..C' W-f: F "_"". .
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.. Ownsofpoora- d *oinoutL2Lts: Removed to the NewStore in Holme*', GENERAL. .. :MERCANTHr BUSINESS- AT- Wh a:B.oc 3LD.rot of =-_
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uzeLEINAU'AmeHcan "MAOHOLlAI..F. C..w.wmM. D. -
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: ,Building- *;opositeDr.Baldw1nts. .wc.U respectfully call the attention all who'art '! ,
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:Fetilizcr..Aava4Ioils1a4Io Office Jacbo yile." ,- desirous. of purchasing cheaply,to their large andwtxilselectctock 'herrticL. r",- a 14.a. ..

fa kept constantly! on' hand*,large ,consisting in part oF. B.. .JLutra,.M.D, I.titat.wotJlHU
t1tU Jihi5d.tastM4ey WHERE ?
; selected assortment of DryOoodsGrocericsQneenuware; ,- ,1'Hats on. *.' 2'I
for the put LCrai 1I'fII" '. ;Cape,: Crockerr and Glassware, -3.G. flow** *, )I. DJ. t Prat.ot hateat. .
PM 'alK4.l1- .Jtrtry, Ikltvart, 'MiryianJ, Drugs:&:Chemicals; Boots and Shoes, Drugs Medicines B.B .UV 1L D: ProC of P.
Virginia,flU i a tf., Idandt! cfJiJkJiXIJVJL MdBARBADOESJorikt : Iron Nails _' Feint Oils omy, and Demourtrator of Aaaf -, t-
Always received.by the latest arrival*, warranted Ul..1. :: :_
Grouuy / ttTitat, Corn, fresh and Also. ,Hardware and Cutlery 'Window Glue.Fartcubtr 'I.J.. Was-. 11. D,'Aaslrtant iWw
genuine. PERFUMERY COMBS
fotatou, TWaoco QJllm and ti*Sugar Curu f: ''. tor of
: 'CAS BE HAD AT JULf T21SFRCZOF BRUSHES,SOAPS LAMps BURNING FLUID, : attention'paid'V the Provision n Bns" : *

UAXO,u mart lotting,and will not burn tin utJ. Ac. Ac.,which will be sold low for cash ? ness. Hay Corn Mess Pork, Flour, Bacon, Fish, 'l'HE'imtLAR i Course VnV T* TJTVKJrJ|Q ttl? Tfl.
Country orders solicited and punctually attended Molasses,..Sugar; constantly: hand In large commence On the first MoncUr
I OxLt25&ixor2,22OLus.A.oFertWaersor to. .Physicians' prescriptions put up with care and quantities. ?-,' ._ n November;and terminate ia the foOowiDt Mar .
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fhitt Trit and Grape tint*- despatch.. ,- Produce of all kinds ":. Preljninary: lectures Will be delivered from I
A tuff rtmtayfor ttt. Peach)WonmaiadtisCu'-) All are invited; to. caU before making rclm' day the 16th day of October;ttnU the eominSSl.
cu4&OJth* Proprietor.GEORQE .. .SODA WATER, LX BOTTLES ,. elsewhere.. d -' '.- : meat if the Begum, Co1II"IIef.t.t "bit.| 110 add
H A. ET1NAU.No. will be kept on hand during all the summer,with y. B.-A 1 large assortment of Krgro Goods;such ional fee w.ll: b*rtqtrrcdV B&denfs have fret aaL

j 19 South Front street Philadelphia City, Ice for cooling that refreshing beverage, for those ss Kerseys Blankets,ic. : cess to the Medical and gorg'sil Wards of tSSa?
State of Pennsylvania. who may call tor it at the store jail, HEXDRICKS A CHESS.. vanllah Hospital. fir extensive charity fa &
J2TSoda Water will the medical control of two
? be kept also os DRAUGHT. mnnbtrs alUM FacnltT
t TDelircred free of Postage., at' any Wharf in : by whore clnkal lectures are;deli verrd.i;Insdikv,.
the city. TEAS.: -' Fashionable ton to this, ta.-r bare ample! orpottunHy for lesrsy

Agent for th' New- York Pekin Tea Company. Boot..JIa'kiug.T ;ng trtktieal mcdcine at the Colleg Chakraa!
PHILADELPHIA. October ICth 1853. Tea of dircc' im > .rtation, and of 84 rarietwn,froma ." "hch s open daily to pa'eata.. :
JACKSONVILLE G. A.LUr4u-Deit S. I used American '
HOUSE n your inform the Public that Duiing the pass Set a.on npwtrds of uaadj-j
FertiLzcr quarter to Ib. m a package, all warranted and HE Subscriber two)
cot .. and found it equal to tho best Peruvian casts were pnscr.bed for and 3
at extremely i WlriCt'll. having "gone through the fire, he can be over thirty S rr.
Continues during the present summer, prepared to receive and accommodate Guano.much I used to it the sido by'of s chemical de. My tanners were but *COt1STlt\"DEALERS supplied' .BT: OBDEBl.XO Coned at his shop, at present located on the burnt open,tions per&tnced in the presence of thu SUMetlii.rstH .
open opposed use manures ai the CIiD ue. JllltnVll : '
where will r
district on Forsjth street he continueto AD.tomeaJ
ACCOVPASIED WITH Dve
CASHVGarden
transient and permanent Boarders. je22RETAIL I wJI use it again this season. Please' send me 3Ji. manufacture to ordcrGentlEIIUn'S >nswill be abundantly supplied. Fees Mar

-- .-- ..- tons to Smyrna, Delaware. Flower Seeds, Plants, &c,: Boots of first riculat-oo, $5; Full Coarse of Lcctorcs $ ; 1W
--- (Signed) ALEXANDER PATERSON. also always kept on hand. quality, monstrator, 50; Graduation $;. Fur fartleria'
I.EINu.c! AMERICAN PGKTH.IZER. mr2G-1 T. McMILLAN..flucUoneer os well as execute leppiring in general. lie flutters formation address, po. "d.
rntrw Hear what Mr. Barksdale of Virginia, says of Leinau's himself that the general sati&tact: he has given jnce23 ILIBYflDLD rA ;
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American Fcrt I.zer. while following tho business in St. Augustine, as ,

"Upon my Tob'icco plantayour Fertilizer surpassed well! as since his residence here, wli entitle him to DMISSTUATIOLOTICg.fl yirt.i :

any thing I ever used. I mean to try it ou my the patronage of those ,who wish a.well-fitting 'iID order of the Hon.Felix UrunJn.Jadn1of
__ WHOLESALE & Wheat cropthis year, :-" AND C01SMISSION BUSINESS. Boot made out of the best material. He will endeavor robto .for Dora county,on the rid or
dar
lIe purchased 38% tons. Subscriber having been Appointed an Auc- to perform hs: work with every degree of July !.'Will be CIt for sale,Mtm UHi Court

SrrORE Hear what William Fowe'll Esq., of Camden co., THE for the county of Duv l. by the Governor promptness and fidelity. House door in the town Jacksonville,the follow
,HAT New Jersey SIYII of Florid, will attend tmnctu.iUy to all business ja20-Gm CHARLES OETTIXO.A .. ing personal and all the real estate,beloncui *to the
"I used Lcinnu's Amer'c.m Fertilizer on a part of entrusted to his c.ire. From his long espcr"-: estate of the late John A.Jones deceased for Oe
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my Farm wh'ch was shaded by my woods. I usedit enco in this capacity be flatters himself that he CARD APOTHECARY HALL. payment of the dt bU of laid iatafer "

c.dLJB .:: rj :GD1'T g upon my Corn crop, mid! where the Fertilizer will afford satisfaction to all who may require his THIS will'inform my friends: and custotrers 011. uegns woman loom sbt1101.n Oage.I" ., J

w.is uaed my crop of Corn w.s far: super.or to the services.: Allahpmcnts: er consignments made to since the late lire in Jacksonville, which S-oISee.25T.IIt. ; '
other part where b-id used Guano and b Irn yard him will be promptly and ftithfulijr attended to. with many other stores, also consumed the Apothecary N. of Sec. 36, T. l,K. 2-a, 640 acres
SAvAN llfrAR A'GE JIA uF CT r manure I will use it on all my crops tha season, BSfEBFXCKS.! Hall, I have now established in HlI ucs' N. E%-' of See. 24, 1-. 1.R. 23, S. 4 .:1sesers
S. E. of N. K.
18J4." T. 0. Holmes and C. Drew Jacksonville. Block, three doors from Mes', liisbee& Canova's X of Sec. 10,T. Lu40a I.

.--. ,,, Hear what Dr. Wm. W. Clark says: Boston and Villalonga Savannah. where I am receiving a fresh and new supply ol
SE. or Y. 40as'k'
The Subscriber takes th's method to inform WEST PniLAnELPOlA, XbV. 17, 155:. Bancroft, Boils & Marshall I. Charleston. Drugs, Med,cine; *, Perfumery, Combs. Soaps,, : E.t ofSee.1! T. t.
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i THE IJlH.ZBITJPTS of F&ORI& cea.fillv I used: Lein tha around u's Arnercan is very iioor.Fertilizer boaijr verysuc-a heavy Jacksonville, Fix, Feb. l5, 1854.G.._II.__ S s ITIL__ OJs Brushes,_ A Brt.b5l and! Fancvart'chs; liurning-Flu;
He carries: 'soil. I uaed the Fert.la the hills otora t bano and uluss Lamps; Cuoice Teas. UcirgApnt I111O 8CftL
on "r or 8. w.
clay upon W..x 3(of Sec.1 T.
fiar R.! S. A
thJ stilks fourteen feet high and head Charles De Waal the N'cw York Pekm Tea Company, I shall keep E.
; grew their: Teas in and au of their Importation ISO '
THE CARRIAGE BUSINESS vJy eared and my put ItUCII are of a very superior and great warranted.variety shall be happy own to secmy I N. W.Jf of..'.E.X of Sec. S3, T.l, R.28.1.BnM.1'
quality and a full l It gives me pleasure AUCTIONEER
crop. '
In all its various Branches old friends and customers call and find .85
iteunimend American 't.rtI'zcr; t> all every
your > my S.W.!or s.w. ?SaV
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And solicits a ehare of their patronage. lIe manuf ictures and keeps on hind constantly Crrrirge of tr ends, and I am "satisfied, .t wi.1 pay the Farmer tlung fresh and rcw and at low prices for cash. ;.
JACKSONVILLE E. F.S 1L
4 from Florida to call and exuinme h' stock when .t Ja- extecMre Attendance Sight and Day,when prescriptions wilt f. .
all descriptions and he invites persons they vih lor .ti use. be N.Wof Y. W. 1(, and S:W. N. W. t
with y?
YanDah.AU: Hear wh:it Dr. Joseph B.-ixns s'.3-8 of Lccau's! ALES in any part of' the County attended to put up punctuality care.T. and 8.W.l of N.e. &1I1 N.". vi S.E'
McMILLAN.LIVERYSTABLE.
I kinds of wok mede to order nub 118 Plantafcn! : Wrrcr?, Dn-ys Carts, ord Trrtcr: Cnrr'- mcr.eJn l"ertHzr.r.OItD and respectfully solic ted. of Sec. 2; 'i:. J, R. i-, I'.rf : .lOO seres

'I ares. and of the very best mstirial. lIe flutters h n:self tha the rr.ct cal cxper.ct.cc of ovtr thirty !. rows. Sew Jersey 1SC2.My Goods sent to the subscriber on commission either Also, Lots No. I, 2,, ar.d 4. in Sett T. t s.
4 --Teara which be JK-fFCI'f11I will ; -cure to b m 6 liberal hare of Fh-r da pationi'w. brother-n- Coi-r-J ul Btvirly f.r privAte IT auction disposal. frill be quickly R,'28, conUimrg about iso acres. All of Uw
Orders promptly attended to, and npair:rg dune in the bet f-tyle and at l.Viiig; price. New ud F-.rtlztr it..rl-er.ii tiu h.s Con attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The aforesaid tracts ei' land stu.: .a Daval Coontr/
and Let Live." Jersey jour Sub cr b-T has: been known in this community fur Terms
"Live nude known
dllv fields, and'r.lJil-d corn from fuuiUen tj r Jttecn foe on by of sale. '.::. t;
w.th ; fr. h-u.Jrvd to a. number of years as Auctioneer and otherwise Subscriber is now prepared to accommo- VOLLY ANN J05ES.
G. W. HARD CASTLE. high, c TS ing.i.g; m e glit lie oir.rs no rocommend.it: but desires that inqurilS THE ; .
klevcu hundred gr tins up ece.: TLj y.eld wja v.ry; b's customers in any way, ahipc or manner Administratrix.
0 great I re&siVed tho c-rgj of Anuntji FtitJ: : shuii'd be made concerning h.nixelf; any in first rate style, from splendid; hones and J. P. S.1. DERSOY. -

Tjjjjj4g* zer I pureb'..11 ir Jm yon .md sh-.ll use bout hvu comnercal: house at the place of his res:dencc.S carriage, down to horseback rid.ng. Mardi :0, 1S24. jn3vd:: AttornejP
t; & .
CO. ncu the fire he his located b's: store on Forsyth
hundred barrels on iuy. iarsi rt DordeaUwu th.: Faunas waited on at any hour of the day ornigbt. .
strovt, on the burnt d strict where h.s Auction business -
Calls made to
k ye.r,1S4. jun any part of the city for per- For Srll.LE
is also at present conducted, and where he
) boils who wish to take thu steamer
PIANO AND FURNITURE STORE, keeps on hand, on the most reasonable terms Every exertion will be nude to please.! THAT valuable and desirable prop-

KEMTUCHYlilltuj FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, II. A. BLISS, ,bclmiguif bt the tftntu mt CiJna k*.4, Jvcemnl -
SUETS' BUILDINGS, BROUGIITOX STREET, rOBjCASH AXD COCNTRT PROUl'CB. fbCm; Near the Buffiogton House. ',.ilani-a m tl*.tl rln,lu'l-mtl'Coantr,floek.__
-uT.5a. B:9: G-.A. 11istitute: jutS CHARLES DE WAAL.Circular. c-"lai..>f lUirt.-uhi aeg.s. BM>I. ur ltt.t'uSaliso
from Jacki.ailiimperrm.at..,. twh ...
Notice. <>as, barn araily new, und ruimuodliiM >taM,.
DIRECTED byu 11 aid of V.stcrs: Appointed .t'r..,wharf, andrrvenl t uibuililjuxi' a gnot . I. W. MORRELL. N. F. WEBSTER. it -.-.s uadvr the sup.nn'eu Jcncu cat l 'l'nE nnders gned U under the necessity of again ..lerIO.d. fin* baa u4 Its** w tw-not fftlntf.Alio .
.1 Col. R. T. P. ALLEN, a di-.t i. u..hi-d ..du ite ot Undersigned begs leave to inform Mer JL calling upon those indebted to him to come unibt r M "f land,ilinaud U a. nuawrftei,
West 1'oict and a pr ctic.1 Ditgmeer, jido'l by an THE *, Factors Planters, and Dealers foqward without further delay, and pay up. Aa it vh-imiy of tin abe,,., 'known-u the C_pb.B !s ,
: lloiis'-fnrni1ing Estnbllshul'nt.f : able Faculty. The cotiriw of aluay .s Unit uualy! crally, that he is paying the highest market gene ill h s intention to make some chances labia business .eO.lalal":IiI serF,moiv 01 kes.-,xaM! lot.tata
taught in the best C lIeges.ili tliv ..diit.on of uextended cash prices for, ra; sti the ensuing fall, he is compelled to close his iaipioed in4 cnln*>inr .N has a gnu.at)-
wret orange urn li,said oikfl HUM ... -
ipuM li.
\ Ct'UIse uf Matliein.it, Natural Science. present arrangements by the lt of July. All accounts A\u\ .loi of Iud ..
: Furniture by Wholesale and Retail. QU.I 1 Theoretic and l'ractCll.1; Eugml-cr.lIg. Leather in the Rough; unsettled at that time will be placed in tho in Julm-ton I reek on halt the a cut milfl uil distant"elUi.ttna"rw4nfirt Uu4iiTei \

I The build of the Instif.ik h ue been hands ofthe properdflicers for collection. >ntat.iiosr8S 100 ,,
entirety acre., t IoU .
ngs WoTja.
f raf
) TIE Subscriber dcs'rts to call the further attention! of the Florida: publ'c: to h's well known estalJ. rcbtt.-d,cud raiigcmeuU made for he.t.njj them iJj Hides, Sheep's Pelts, Deer, Goat, Otter His remnant of stock saved from the fire is now 13,rai ge 9H:. & E. A ponton ot thblnaakM k.rrlcw .

lishment fur the s:ile cf atom wh ch will render the Institute .tirc-Iy: uieqiniKd Coon, Opossom Fox offered at original cost fur CII"b.THEODORE and side caluvail, cM MOM ImpnMnMiMnitde .

Furniture and Hou'c-furnishing materials of every description. in ng<'rd to health coi.reuience; and Mk Skins IIAETBIDCE. valyaUe spas it,limbrr.TanpeiwmwwbuifW aid it.euntauu soae.fuud raauk..ck sa4an,1
May24th,1854. ju15fl'iliiam
: si JCLCO ill
agrcunblencsii ui n as it ulie.dv nt tno-
nnd nurchiDts 1.1\' th.msc'.ves w.th nrt'clefor general uw or for formfaff AX WOOL locate in notid. thr.kov*
can .
House-Vet PITS to\11] 5 every roughness of instruct oa und strictness of'govern DEW TALLOW, & n detirable
th l.ne.,f butmcs .ut.oiied h aid iticaiding! ; 1 urlor c property ,.11111h.11b' sad ytttftMlj .
a Good Store stock. Every th ng in J m kept on ment* : .
direct tulrdoallM
!c Being a consumer and exporter of the frotlie John' MI a kuh blift. Tbrtv tea
r flaU, Bedroom nnd k.tch.u Furiuture and Sales: Will! be inele on as gjod terms as purchooes can' beCeccted The eighth annual term commences in Septcm above named comniqd:11#, his: Jdcittc: therein an pint office it thi pram,and IB*mail bnnto fiom fn.

I. at the North.mr24je22f her, !So4. Entre: charge, If 100 per sum:-aiiuua: unequalled, enabling hut to ohlr inducements to WATCHHAECR AND JEWELLER.In 55 SlOp IbHe twice wi,.-kir. and all the SMrsi.s:
I. 'V. IORRELL & CO. session, Surgeon's fee i extra ) in ad- m th.s: line of and Ii.er bdaUwhcafiei v !n C< payable I) PKODCCB to cllsig such to h:m. ( the Room adjoining the Post Office,) landed. .
Old established stand Savannah Georgia. vance. Having estab'i ,
returned from .
Europe again
t Address the SUTll'rinftond at *' l.tirv; Tn,f"tute Charleston in connection with an extensive Currying flAyING begs ,
_r -. =- -':.-- -------- Fraiikha county;Ky..,"-or the u'-d.! :rslgied.P. ; .- buBincsw, Leather in the Rough kept in our c:ty- ofle-r, his services:to hill old friends and C CF.:F. REED W5Ra'Jrk.evlfle.rmai.f ,011'lie f""IIws. .
the pubic generally. With h : for the
DL'DL1V, will l yield a more lucr.it.ve result than paring; the a experience
AGTIUCY
. OUTHERri ITJ3UIIATJC3 Carpet & Floorcloth May, 14. PresMeiit of theliuard.. preference rates of to fore-'gn markets all ; and from the moderate last give twenty-six entire! satisfaction year: Watchmaker to those who wish, he to hopesto ban Duval County Tax-sale.

Life Fire and Marino exits' noth.ng freight obstruction on transportation t>> tho aU lines then their work done io a workmanlike! minner.JSfWatches By Tirtue of authority in me bylaw
4
WAREHOUSE, Eagle I;'on 1Tr1j this bn" ue!s w.th the "utbc and 'lnttonof Clocks, and Jewelry repaired at v-ted, | win or.., I icr rait.at UM r..,Ho***
.SUi\NCE.!: ? country.! He tb.rf: bystr.ct: the shortest not'ce. fbiSy- don;in tile fwa of h.... nviihr. 11M Bnt Monday
S./ r.IPG1P.IH. this hoJ' attntionto mfeiwMnl&>l,Uw H\nwiat\ named; liarS ot lead,ii
the
OX CAST 8T. BETWCES PEACL* ICia SIS., bl'llnch patronage of &larg *>mik.b Ibeteafa will pay the Mate.fomiy taac
and rip trc pouring into this Phmnix ftt ifaititt tile nlate of J. !.
tn
cpb 9tTttbm
cx.
,Cn.\RTER OAK LIFE lS"oUIL\XCE cmIr.\ Carialns? Curtain Gcod, ftC. Stc. Etc Richmond, Va.AT ket,,with the assurance produce consigned: .to .oa f.r ibe year : loetbelilla aJllI$ ..

I ;\', IL\UT"OIW. v.'*. 1 iC I :o. HO CONGRESS 4 57 ST.JULIAS STS.THE these Work are manufactured: Purtiblc and ban' will realize the ghot: proceeds. GROCER AND eip>*a*e atteadiD' md l'y and .Ie,,ix. .Aww|<
I "p:tal and SUIT'US! T.T ?2 1\11"0.> Stttionery Steam Eig.ues C.rcular- and lie presents this: t> the favorable notce of all interested PROVISION STORE. hudlyiiif in lk4l) eo.My,buuMlril Ie ttwwmfelyrliM I

I 4 1 1 UU'RED GILL, Present; JAMLS C. \ALl IET. Sec. Subi-cr'ber wuu'd respt-ctfully inform the Mill Machuiery, Tobacco Prases, Ixver., an-Bands, in the extension. of the commerce and bllw TIIE Undersigned respectfully infcnns the cit-: Robert-i.le*.nd.jerkaathet-a-Thioia* L..ilb.OII by land thut.WI Being t Ma/ thj..nt by *
4 : This C: iuiTW.ll issue p-.l.ces un I that he b.is now oj>oie-d thu most com ShCl-tlllg and felurpe-iiiiig MJU Knives, Sinkers. productions of the South. of Jacksonville and vcinity: that he has erk-r.Cifekand on tie Writ by bud. beln m
: ,l"k !l..inc'I': ,and upon, thu mutuil pl.u tue-Oius p'tto us* .i tmeiit of oil the vr.rmus styles of Goods Brass and Iron Ca.. of even de-xcr pt on. Very rjspectfully, JOHN P. BAUM. re-erected his store upon the old site: oa the burnt John Bobcru: and Ji4w t'e.aai4 Hart nwaii fiB| *
I .4 mli"inJ, ; th o bend of, bo1111'Ylltt.nzl..C np- usually Vept ill Biiu'lur estib', hhnunt-t. Thu Stuck mhsoy PIIILIP RA1IX, Proprietor Leather and Shoe Finding house district; on the square immediately IxJt/w the Dui 2,001I" URIAI ROWOKW .

tion uf thd Dlmred. invested C.11)tlI of the'd,IT,'rent d i>'trtuienU w.ll const; In port othi ; m2tf JS6! King strtt Charleston. i. fington house, where be still continues on hand a Tax A'sa.s.qsn4 CoKeetor. of. .\.
'I The at1'e1lrtb. I1b Ltr. aud well foKoWlUg giKKlH, V'zCARPET : -. stock'(if November 6iB,1833.Tbeabnrente .

R! of the uiRt tution i>re, M toy fl.iauu: uJ:.> n18 i : JEJ RTMENT.F. NSW GOODS Hides, Leather, &c. Family Groceries and Provisions.Every i.vlpoBed Wl fliaVMwdar M
lu ta
.by any Lie Ineuraue ComI' lJv' ht'Jr |I I .)) :I A'elvet, Tjpetry Urustse! Moce-t-Brns- Marrh,tllM-Frk.5.l54.. _.
A '-.) B. G. 1 lAAr:". ik-'K! Jln: .sic's! Velvet 'T.pcstry und BniKSeU for THE undersigned informs his friends tb:1 L* article'necessary for family use can be ob 1 be above pail) bt nmbrr pnttpoBctf to ite MiMes-
I riru'Contrlller: l'ulIcc.: SUt.-uf Cuaneet c-t. |Utjitihiexji'v.j' '! fin'' and InCT.I NEW GOODS. still paying the highest. cash prices the tamed on reasonable terms, and for cath. day in Ap>.-$''dt"164.: '
'
; hupirtt ', c. m lion -
f .' Auftral.arisU ; viz: 1 invite a call from 1 bf above Ale to'nnher pcMtpoard u die tat__
r.ud
Califi.rn.a, : "I"J purchasers. .
; Subscriber flo\VinA.
P3Slavcs v. insured. 11; )1la II tu'i.l.d: Veiiituia f.r eta rs. hnllnj THE has just received and is con dnh.'h"-AprUtI l&UTn '
f t-U- on ..ab e tel'nUI. flowing'FARMtRS' 'j .; Iri.t., C-*, .I. -md n'-4 in width of eve re-cciv .ig, a lajge supply of- Prime Deer Hides Skin-. 1 to to Sic ISc p Ib. jul7 J.'B.. HOWELL .above.Ie j bf.iritHM, Bonpovcd tit tile lit M4-
The SUIJtcrIIJer is aLso Agcnt f jr the ryui.ety: Lf j.-turr; Herth: Rugs Parlor and Groceries day m July Beit.-jnne 15.I&VL -
.
I I're Comp.1nk1 |''I .SUi,>j> M 1 ;t.; ToiL:" and Pi.n., ..vrs; silver and Dry Goodsnnd Ready- Beeswax Leather in the. rough. 10 to 24c "" Hoe & Co's. Patent Ground Saws. I The ..-'*. aa:. H m ape.cd saW die int __

: FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY j. Iras oval uud Oct gn Suir R.nLi; Stair Linen, made Clothing.Bootsand, The above free of 2t) to 25e day i.AujoiU--Jme 13,laSt.
J f*' ''i'. I IOU I I ic.. ". any commission, will be received Subscriber ;
C"pit v Hats Bonnets Ribbons &c. direct or THE mann&rtnre, from the best
!, through consignment to factors. "
*
OIL Dnval Tax-sale.-
ITE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF I' CLOTHS JOHN: STEEL, CIRCULAR SAWS, from Cocnty
lW yUltK CI'IY. Of every width frt.m eneto eight yards .for b IrS, Among the many xrticles mar be found PRINTS mr2f P. BAUM two inches to eighty inches in diameter.. Their virtue of authority in lair
c..p tal 1 t.Ol.') \. j I dining rooms, ate lUiboHtu, ,.ilo.sis, ic.; ltJlle"'uod.IIIMlu.g.mr LAWNS; JAUKOXKTS: 11 MUSLINS, UINU I Charleston S. C. Saws are h.rdencd and tempered, and are ground "Ry me by
ve-iM,I wUI nTfrr for nte.'tn ft mt of UM CwuiIIon
and email furniture HAMS PIa.n; and Figured BK1UULS SILK
tigurtd
,
O.loCloth" and finished
; :
by !
nm ASD 1IAnTXE INSU.IWCE mach'ncrj designed expressly for d or.m lb. imrn of JacVonv lte.. dM UttMonday
STATE Mt'Tt'\I. I 4-t, t4, aud 6-1 wide; tigured Indu-rubbcr Cloth TISSUES, l'lain Sw.ss: Strped awl Barred MUS The the .
then
CO)1l'\XY. OF l'k. Atlantic purpose, IInd.re fore, much pa-ior to in Krl.raar,1M. the KXh"III pn f fly r
fur bUirs. LINS. IJlack SILKS Colored Dress SILKS '
I -LI those ground in the usual mni-b IbeteoTM will the Stale sad .
manner, as they are pa*
Cap t I I3""O"' CURTAINS. mug:SILKS Dotted SWISS; ..; C'rapo Shawls, RAIL f & WORKSFoundry strengthened and stiffened by iucreaaing them in Use a>.ewe4 Wr.A.GN' f CM th*,. :3'DOl
; KNICKERBOCKER FIRE INSURANCE CO. Silk and w.irsted duma DeL.iine' ; worsted and Embroidered Sw.s: Shawls, Plain und Emb'd L. C thickness regularly from the edge Lfetbcr WIth alt uerrfewr eipnure MMadtef
AND
.' C; p.tal tl.n., ,!U. linen clamabk De I-aine; figured and plain Damask Kdkfrt Emb'd Collars, Che-mlsette: Uudci-slccves centre, consequently do ,not cutting become: heated to the levy atItI >ab>,,&. On _li.UJed.If of IB* ala**.
5EW YORK AND INS. CO. i ariety of colon-! wh te and buff fur shades. Laces, hosiery, Gloves Bonnets, Uibbons, Ac. ". bn kle-d and pruiuej a in or known an t'a. *<>.*,' "'.'1" on tn.e rt -..M ito
ERIBgFJRE great saving
Jobtt' IB D al .
Pi ronllin'M
nver CouMrt
WINDOW 8IU1 E.'. HAXCFACTrCK ,to *
CptaI They manufacture CAST timifBber and batf lsss.v .
tad
bandied tlrl.tr-iwo a arie* BMTO et
-- ,- i These Companies having a cash cnp'tal; fai.iv Transpnrent lundttc.ipis, medallion garland and Ready-made Clothing.; Well Known Composite Iron PIT AND CROSS CUT SAWS tJai.tH ItU\YIlEI'f..
'iDv ted in boud cud m-.rtg.-ge, are prepared to I ,hit, and gold: entirely new style; Cord. Loops, A large selection of Ready-made Clothing of Hailing, WEBS, superior quality,all of wh'ch they have Tat AneworaBd- CoUetI.lnI Omit..
feet Insurance against dam.-ge by lire uud nil kinds TaSKelii; together wth: all the var.ous truuuiings superior make'and cut. WHICH r is M called because composed of for sale or they may be cbta:ned of the principal We.eUi, 1833.Th -

of propcrtv,on rcjitotwUe terms. for curtains and tbidis. lnip d'Cte Coats and Pants, Heavy Linen I and Cast Iron connected with: Hardware Merchants throughout the Utitjd States. *shnvw tn!. u 'rpontd ClU the" Houitj.IsMarch,1t4Fvb
of the above named Cum out nvcU: Ir joints' the ornaments end '. ''. -
t For burnce in aher GILT CORNICES. CoatK Pants &c.; very fine M. rseilles Vests col'd and connec Canada. _
,
-. 4 - apply to A. Wll. tR. Baiiclx Loops <,nd Pinsf the greatest variety and white; hhiili, Collars, Cr.-v.ts, &c. tuna; being me-Itcd around the wrought iron in R. HOE I CO., Ibe above p...I'f.,...* p.t red to tbe ffrrt U<.-

# t Beneral tu.urance Agent and Agent for the aboveCompanies and patUnm, of the Ut--st .mportutun; all of which Uentlemeu w;.liiug good Clothii! :g will do well uietall.c moulds nuknjr each panel, as it were 23 and 21 GOW-SD eeL, davjn 4pnUrbf sate hrthrr 1W4. .. : _
: g il2 .trect &nnnnb. will be Mild lot wholesale! retail l the one sol.d, piece: and avoiding all crevices where Publishers Tb above Bncipoard Ibe Slat M
Jr. or on moot liberal to cull. The imblic in general are ttul.cite-d to cal rustgei.tahIy p37" of newspapers who will insert d>*ia tar.--Apnl 8. 154. .
I J. 11. )IcROUl". and examine Goods commences. It may be made Urfit like this advertisement three times with this note and
tl.rmll.Wlf. and Prices nh ch will be sold Tlw atxto K fininrt p Mpt>B4 to .Ik* CM MMdav -
.J kL my26y mrS Atjakiuuvd1e.. II. GUION, Agent, very low fLr cish and cush ojjjy,at T.O.IIQLMES' WIRE: 'U.1.ILlXO. or heavy like CAST IRON I forward nun paper containing the same will be I in Jatv Beit,-.Inac 'IS.1854. .
;41 ----- --- d29tf 140 Congress and 57 St. J ul an sts. BLOCK Jacksonville. RAILING. This U:1Jng; is une>quilled fur cheapness paid in printing materials by purchasing four The .".ve Mte U nnofpMint BBtd DMBM. Monday
GEORGIA HABBII1 WORKS. L. B. AMERMAN. strength and durubil.ty, and is peculiarly times the amount of their bill Lv the advertisement la Aai.tJune.'tI.. -
adapted. to Cemetery lots, because it never needs _
JACKSONVILLE, April 18M.
'3. G. RANKIN mf.lL IIt'RLICK. CEO.' L. Jewelry! Jewelry! reps irs. New York. April 22, 1854. julS-Sm 'For ale.ONETHIRD '
Also
SUMMEY, (SCCCESSOBS TO A. ATkixrsox co.) a new style of Farm Fence. at f5 per 16 .

establishment has been in successful .pe- At Savannah JaekscnyillcFoimdrjHAOHINE liked.feet, easily transported and set, and very much Hnrd's Golden Gloss for the Hair.4MONG of the Burlington steam-saw-mif.

THIS *& *number of The qU.Tfell, % Also all kinds of Wrought and Cost Iron the man preparat'ons for the growth at'the Juuct on of Doctor's Lake

__ __II _.. .*A tt,. mart.li :s eniK.-r.or: : to any AND Fences, VerandabK,'IJalcouies,'. Machinery and Hair, this GOLDEX GLCKM takes the and St. John's ver,twelve aides above Jaekior7ville.
t bthe"Unite*Siaibaye so perkcted our f:- "MTOTICE..-I am in constant and regular' rccc'pt other castings to order. lead. Three reasons will be given why it is so .' The mill has recently been pat ia fine rat.,
j
.eiUties: for cutting out and fin.hLg, work that ws IjH of rich and beint(rarie-t'es: of JeWihy, WORKS. Designs and 'Other information sent to any ad. universally used and preferred to all others: tat, ning condition, and the location ia in every way
'. I >_furnish MonuL>entsTolBbs,Tab .tI-lIl'&lMonl'S consist'ng in part of Diamond R:ngs, l'inll. Earrings dress, post Irjc, by because it Improved the most effectual in B iW- desirable. There ia belonging t r the mill in tfc.
4 1 and everr thing in our line t.f business in better Croi*<, and Stud; fine cumnelled JfodjI- THE Subscribers; hiving made extensive and GEORGE FOSTER. Agent, fleas; 2d, because it imparts a beautiful dark glow neighborhood of two hUUdred nere -.Gt laad.asi(
; atyle and at cheaper rates than any yard in the l"on14o Sleeve Buttons Ear.rinJ'llllnd Nub, Co'lai- iblo imnrove-munto : countr1. Buttons uud Stud, imported Carbuncle do. do.; are iiow prep-iredl: to luruit>h- mrlC-Sra NEW YORK. the Ladies with fine discrimination, which they stock five i dollars per acre has beea freqn"*r
When it U considered that we saw our own Mar fine 18 k't gold Mountings Charms.I Steum Engines of any required power, from all TMfrscsii, have adopted it. Many other reasons fered fur it. There art also two comfortably\

ble. oar jobbers' profit and no high freight from have the bert Assortment of good articles now 1 to its horse; could be given why it is a great favorite, but those dweUirg houses, negro quarters. blacksmith ihop,
the North it will be seen that we du pobscss iwi-I on hand ever shown to cu t r'I tcrialadTantagcsoTeralleonnietitorj. and glass Brooches of the very fined kind for fnrailT Sugar Mills; Price 25 cents. in Urge bottles.. Fur sale by ply to the undersigned V.: on the.premise, -
We cordially sohdt our fr-cuds and the public to hairwork or Dugucrreotypes having in *nr city, Hor* P Wd'lIi; CHARLESTON s. 0 Druggists and StoreeTl'n" where. Bwflzovr-

examine our work and compare our pr.ce with the' best artists. in b th bmrchen, of the UnitedStotC Gr.st Jii -and ull other machinery used in a Dl'QatrnQ3tnP tp6S, C tr W. C. Run! ;Pronr'ttor r BnrLngton 1CU,March 30,8M. ,ftS, :7" 1I
before ordering northern"iSbave L"'"Eat.ring ofthJ most this
conntty
thou of other yards, ezqnil'ile wor.manship ; 11241mOBroad l,>ew Yor'r..
dilf''na.t putUrt1I and IIZe: I hive sets Iron and Brass Castings. ; :
on band at our Yard in Marietta a in ml.roccu cases tlf F.nt-rinr Bt'Ocb and hJr.tce- WTSteaii .boat" :.Iwl.JI. and other repairing, II STEM ENGINES"1ml Stoves Stoves I !ITNIREADWELL I Tailoring. :
a I large assortment *? finUhed work Monuments let; Enr-ringa and Br.x>cb anJ rng'e: Brooches i im- ath" t n..t.C1' .
1'ombe. *.where cur Agent, Mr.O. W.Sunun r., ported of finest quality of gold and unique patierns. :;??"A1I machinery! ; purtl.ased from us will be ,Boilers A PERRY,Merebants and Proprietors rpnOJIAS ANDRE;well known to be czpsri*,
trill sell at our pr'.ecs.: Our principal work is dune Mr assortment of Ear-rings and I5r.ioche.-i put in operation in any part of the State, ty com- .u_ of the Enele Foundry No. ll'$ Be.ver JL enced in Cutting and Making inform the dti.,
I thelills. Address is larger than usual having had all the new pattern l>tt sijt In Icl1io tiu. when dewed, and upon reiibou- OF ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS, i street Albany, N..Toffe..te the trade FIFTY sent of Jacksonville and,this vicinity that be hasj
t->ken the hoosa ,
next door toBissu&
t J. G. nAt\KIY .1 CO. brought out. IlLI"tenna.Draw.ngi. C..r&ur.Gritot DISTINCT VARIETIES Cooking and Heatag J CAXOTA

BT8 Marble Wtrk P. O, Ga.T. Gold and silver Watches for ladies and gcntli- and estimator( furnished:: without: i 'g M Jls., tlr fur any special Poundmgand' Thresh-in I Stoves for Coal and Wood. Also a complete bat Store where he r.now ready to receive sfdsrM.
men. I bare the best stock and gatt variety chaigo.M : Iron and brass of all varieties.pnrpose.Onr_facilities Castings Paint, MOONEY 7 fur Enameled Washing Kettles Stew Pans,Ac Scotch or garments to be fitted and made in ssBeaisstyls"ss
btfvl'exhibited (Crystal not l. 4 GOOKIN work -
ever
ejcopu- i doing are t iiuil to establishment
C. Riee I can w'th: confidence invite orders from Florida Founders and JlacliuiUti. Jnite-d States, being able! any to turn off wheels in the Bowls S'nka. Iron and Clay Furnaces .Agricultural at inv other place in the U.UedStatee. l'
: and
I JACKSOX Kettle Water Coolers Ac ;. 'Rr Cutthtg repairing,and cleaning will M"at
and elsewhere I feel assured my stock must VILLE, January, 1SVJ., I wCatV&QakS'Son pulleys! up to 13 feet tUmeter, bore cylinders the shortest .
Manufacturer and Dealer in please III. Orders c.m be sent by mail, and packiges to 80 inch diameter and pLane 3 feet of up Also theIr new and unproved "DiamondsRanges. notice. 71
.-, tt or art'c'cs' returned in perfe safety throughan desired leugth. square any ,-and Hot Air Stationary and Portable furaces. Jacksonville October 18th,1853. ,1

Every variety officer of one. of the steamboat ap66m .: Terms liberal. JnnlJ-Sm. -
: .
C;. U GRIFFE.V -
Notice.
I ,. o Hanufacturers BJCHAfin !. RCHETT, CBJO. W. UOW2S1NQBIRCHETT _
tho late 11.Eastman and .
and Pine CANDIES: Successor.to Dealers'1G1JS A DlIINI8TRATRIXNOTICE.-AUpeno'.In-
warranted to ..t effcctnjllT the *ja9 Jnne,1834. Savannah,Georga.SavannahC1tyoteL. & DOWNING. debted to the estate of William s.Donaldson \v ILrl. .ioU, at Ibc residtCoer. :
and
EilD-dried S.ut1crnim.L.: nioi.s Attorneys at, Law and-Agents'for late Dnval county, deceased are hereby.request, Tracy;,bt 1'.a county;juL cp1isUIeTradee'JIilI of
I hot damp atmosphere a &L. ed to make immediate payment to the undersigned.And ,08 Friday,die 14th day l.l.J1.; .
TEEWBCASHPICE8LOW.I ,, o.,' -Claims, all persons having demands against said estate the flowing Government :*>Wd* <**i
; I court or saocoHTOX WBITTAJUS$TL, FlasWOULD Washington are required to present.them,duly proven within old bngy and.1 R5a>a Urgelo* ef j44Towm.fJune

.I I Savannah.Common Terms per Day $1 50.* JlI.ftII'IJ ((%'" City, the time required by. law;otherwise this notice will ahi Mapsiadoneoi4 8 y Gfilea.-T.,._' .
; iDfuniathe puU.c: that they are pre Will give prompt attcnton'to'the prosecution.of3ams be plead in bar. EMILY LrDOXALDSOK; AJu JOHN Co 1' 0 i
to manufacture Shed : : for Bounty Extra Back 15-Sw 8th, 1854.. 8T4; .Timber A|'srt.
DutCO Land Pay Pay
1- l mCES. m BIST tocinox w THE CITT-AT mm,rUR any ,' Admimstratrijk '. .
kind of RIFLE or other GUN, in"a style nnsnrjsssed PtDlion. &. before Congress and the severa Departments. -
TSK roe? orriCE cnrox HOCSS, DD KXOBAHQI.M' i
' 'tasorted Candies, by 85 Its. or by any makers..: They keep constantly on .' All Business:entrusted to their care For Sale. Notice. '
..- '.' 15e THIS old established Hotel,cent' land at their manuf Rifles will l be .
Dpwards noes ictory, ,Guns Pistoln, speedily. and Cuthfally attended_ : deslr-ble; place not only for '
very heaJUi.
I Common assorted Candies by 850 Ibs.or open'to the travelling public,at the aboTe- Powder,but Lead. Percussion Caps Flunks,ShotI'uucbea nEFERE. A baring buts maE undersigned wiD be absent-t W.1d..

.' :' rites of charge,the bi.use being well fitted and Belts Elast,o Gun WadOuig, and oUter 'Hon.;: J. Morton/U.S. Senator.* near Jaekaon'iIeMiDg every about gnod.lantingiand ten mile below and, J--tt'o1D tlwJ pres.nttm.unta about tb.IMIOctober (
I bfr'I'1Wn ,:il5Th up,and constant attention, being paid to .Sportsman's, & .' Together:with .Bowie .* R. fifteen'from the Bar known, e*whew they wiD u-edOek SCGanda
," J' ." ... JOI180" .;U proper nuntgermajt ." t ; Knives and Dirks of every description,and 'avariety 'i E. JOt\ e of Representative tract.'.For particular,inquire of u the Reddy's nndWgned.Point f th'. marbC..Ja:." *.
;: French CaDdies by 5 Ibs., oo' 81 ( An omnibus wjl be in attendance at the steamboat of other articles too numerous U!& 'E.CCabelI1or : ... IIu ill ia&he b or ;
'L i I 4 ', asiurted, .- : '450SamTo and steamship landings ud railroad depot,to ;Rifles, Shot Guns. and Pistols., repaired and '0.-'ls. 1.:_. FranciscoCulifornia.-: .1Dr!+:>:. ,CHAS,.II. .. 1.JJLOO -'. -

41 I ,lrDc.ca: byi4lba.: ITo convey passengers>'the hotel, where the nnder- warranted. ur7-6m T. IL Duval:fesq, Austin O--"Y, Te;AIIo. '* t A DM1NISTnAo1rs. KOTICRHBi'monthaafterdate Jon2d:85; 'Jaa.' uo.

II I :, It lreodJ S 6" :'oo .'f@t t'lttaziDli signed: will make triry effort to please all vho. may 'Messrs. Sma'llwuod/4ndeeson. & 4 New York.H .: : hW1appJl"to\beH.Jodtf Of -:- --. t' .
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1 lOt Juror them With*call. WANDELL McommodftU several : LUIOFO&.-.
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n from 1 I .IRS. Brodie Pe-ttis, New UrL( Probate Duvil county for fetters diamUsory srcf \-
I u' p, r' 01' up'd 83e' P. CONDOS.JAMES ," npoa> reasonabU twms at. the ". ,J..G.and J. A. CamPI.Sandaay, OhKHolbrvwkJ -< "rnbliatrator'. the elIde CIlThomaa W.-J'ODes. &"'ood J sid, 1k'Pgeoesby .m.Blta
o darp fcr Urinj;w4eUTcry, tt raibo-d B; POLY house recently occapkd by Mr,,'CoirUd. OM* 1We N "cI rCW: r ." J -.- ,-.1._,-- XA.URJCBIaELr .Ar, 0CHt"S..

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