The Florida Republican
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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: September 7, 1854
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 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-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:Interest ou Florida Claim-*. that )U1OSC,. and> 'the*. ,kU rn y] .practice; ; of';;thed"epartmfentnottopayinteYest.unlessCon'gjesV the qu'cstions.jprpponnded :iy' .5OU. : .AU'these facts;'and'tim considerations sions'of pasl secretaries on the subject' be satisfied that tie .decision of.the

TSKASCRT DEPARTXCXT; General has'given'the" accompanying ; in the thereon, asfolftwat. .', pertincntlo} them,'have prevent-; ,of interest .were anJUegal .abuso.of fudge is just and :equitable, and unless
lit!,22,'1854. }f ppiriioti;'with i "notice'ofthe aforesaid 1 act of a pprppriationVequircd; ( "Thc'/'ntoount'Claimed .fio'dcr' the C,.Pv ,cp'mpleting! ; to my own satisfactIon : authority; that they were 1 I'against he be satisfied,- ta&r.he cannot
gin : In the treaty of the 22d of resolution of the Senatearid; under* ':T-nni nmninn'lljnt'tlipsft.i irmiripa'lifMrirr award: theKudge( of --tho'dstrict; ; the examination; of"the subjcctwhile -. law in themselves, and ought now to ; draw on.the appropriation ;i
rVbrnary: 1819, by which Spain c& standing -'S ud. resolution 'torcall for 'ill'then tur'e .of ul qui at& damagea court of tbef'cjpnitcd States" for'the' ,bthcrwise/hipro/ or I less occupied be reconsidered und'reycrfed: by the That tho uniform, construction of
ded Kas: =t nnd yest Florida to the tbej bpinion of"the.'Secretaryofthe: would not bear interest' according't northern :rdis'tffctof" 'Florida ,,:as the in the current business of the present Secretary! ,. the act of'1823Vto-"refase,'the allowance -
United States, will be found the following Treasury and' :ihe' Attorneygeneral i the pririciples7.bf. .tlie1".common value of tho proV tyl destroyed, i is office during 'the.late'eittings. f of the 5. That of.cours the Secretary, of interest: ; that construction
clause to wit; : "Tho United upon the question: Interest, as wellas law; and-vasjtheplaims! l :( :liave ,bern $1,670, and the amount claimed under, '.Supreme.Court. looking only to see whether the pre bcir g't citlj confirmed by Congress
taWs will cause satisfaction to be the other points bf.the case,I have ,presentedxtparlcl.;'.,and the I proof thc'award as interest, at the rate of InowprocOedt; state".tl\e; l cpnclu: entaward, is authentic one, and in tho act of 1834, js nov.to be considered '
rciulc for the injuries, if any, which, had I prepared statement, "of".(tall 'made. cx..partearid mat, aftertsp Ipnga -5 per cent per annum, (by way of lQns to_whiclfmy mind has' 'arrived.. from! a- judge having jurisdi tion, ,as' settled lav, obligatory on
IJT process of law, shall be established claims presented to the Secretary of : !lapse of time i when tlip.incmory! of damages,) from 10th May, 1813, to The question proposed is'diyisiblc-, should accept and pay, without the seerc ary. .
t to have boon) suffered by the Spanish I the Treasury, under the provisions of witnesses could deal .only in estimates 26th June, 185, is $1,847 42. into two parts : ?. I challenge-'whole'award in favor On tints revieving,the past discussion
officers and individual Spanish! inhabitant the ninth article of the treaty, and without a particular recollection "The act of 3d March, 1823, directly Whether the claim of Rcdin oil Rcdin''Blunt. -of these'cases, the conviction is
?, by the late operations of the the acts of 1823 and 1834. This of facts and values, that the and the act of 26th June, 1834, Blunt is just tind'cquita le within the Now; on proceeding to consider forced on me that'there is not in the
American army in Florida." I statement exhibits $2,808,703 15 of claimants have received, without by implication provides that the. treaty, so far as the award'is for the these questions, at tlie very outset of; history of the government;*strongerand
An act of Congrcs, under date of claims presented, $1,224,992 68 of doubt, greatly more than.the am'ountof amount,payable under the said treaty value of the property alleged to havo :. my progress,and whilst feeling'aboutfor clearer case than this of ret j_- -
March 3, 1823, was passed, entitled claims paid by the Secretary of the actual injury sustained, and that and acts, shall 11 1 paid out of any been destroyed. ,a stand-point from which to:grapple dicata,)botH as."opinion..and tts action.
"An Act to carry into effect the said Treasury, and $1,550,413 interest, at there is no equitable principle upon money in the Trtasurfiiot otherwise Whether others of the same with them, there came to my; If,'four; concurrent.bwnions:: ; of ,Attorney
article of the treaty." It provides the rate of five per c iit.,,to' the 26th which the claim of interest against apprbpriated. The appropriationswere class are just and equitable to the hands, among the voluminous.papers Generals, different times,
that the Judges of the Superior instant, which will have to be paid in the United States can be l based. indefinite in amount, and with- above extent.It which have been accumulating in tho without'any'rontradictbry0rdiasentlent -

Courts c established St. Augustine addition, if Congress determines to As a. general rule, the United out express limitation of time, unlessin docs'not:distinctly appear what case for years, an, elaborate, official opinion d the unvarying acf
hud Pensacola, in the Territory of pay interest on these claims-making States.pays no interest. Many debts those'provisions of law which relate other, cases the 'quesnon..r, f rs .to. opinion of my immediate predecessor tion of successive:'Secretaries of the
Florida, respectively shall be, and an aggregate sum of $2,775,405 68. of'the revolutionary and subsequent to the surplus fund,'and lalllS of 'Only one _accompanies the'reference. ,- (ilr. Crittendcn i ,) addressed to Mr.Grahamr Treasury twenty years, either affirmatively -
ore hereby) authorized and directed These claims, under the acts of wars, &c. have'been paid without interest this description, presented at'the treasury that of Francis Pass.: as Acting Secretary of the .in expressly to receive and adjust all claims, ariting 1823 and 1834, were presented ex and, in the opinion the undersigned have, for a cries of years past, I have not scrutinized either of Treasury, under date of April 16, : negatively In. not: allovingVinterest, ,
within their respective jurisdiction parte beforethe Judges named in the of;" greater merit than been paid out of such'indefinite appropriations these 'cases very: carefully, for .the 1851, upon a reference'or.this"ery! : do not,constitute 'a :dec S1o .:of tbe
of the inhabitants of said Territory act, and l proved wholly by witnesses these. It' supposed._that'it, would without any estimate reason that;in i my viewbf: the subject; claim of Redin Blunt, and all the question,-',of, the.of ci I daty,bf the -
or their representatives, ajrrccably brought by the claimants, without t:ake.more.sixtymillions.:to pay being laid before Congress .of ,the my own to the provisions Of the any examination on the part of the tlie.interest on such claims, ,when no amount, and without there being any the decisions Reported in them are is made to support. That opinion is premIses;then it is;jnpt'easjp.to 'see
liiuUi article of the treaty with Spain, United States, other than tile cross- doubt could arise as to the true presentation of the amount payable .just j and 'equitable, js wholly immaterial very carefullydrawnj; ; it is thorough, how there i is to be.' any decision of a
I liv, which said Territory was ceded examination tlie. Judges may have amount thereof. or chargeable to such} appropriationfrom l, and can have no legal, relation complete, and full, and it covers the matter of Jaw i 'vO1ved.inthietion. : .
totlic t United States ; and the second I thought proper to make, and without The 'payment of, interest on these year to year. to the subject) which is-by the statute whole. breadth and length of all the of the Executive Departments,

ecction provides that, in all cases in I contradictory testimony on behalf claims! may lead to assertion, of a "Yon will also receive 'a- list of a I question--for. thc 'sole .conscience determination..Mr.questionsnow. presented to me for J: am aware that the doctrine
ulich the said Judges shall decide of the United States. claim interest. on the.past trarisac- other claims; arising under the same and judgment of the Secretary: of the .:Crittendcn starc dec has been..somewhat capriciuusly ;
itt favor of the claimants, the decisions The claims, thus ex park presented tions"Of) 'tllC government, and'a combined article! of the treaty and lawson Treasury. that it comes the intention to the conclUsion of dealt with, by.conrto,. ( lav,
p ,with the evidence which they and ex parte proved, there can be) no ('.action, to procure :its. allow:- which.payments havebeen made, under The secondquestion presented by the acts of was confer the who sometimes standby past;decisions -
arc founded, shall be by tIre said. doubt exceeded the real injury sustained ance. ',' the awards, and on you Whether, the interest awarded Congress to on where many 'consideatIms require
of the
Judges: reported to the Secretary of I by the claimants ; and to one All -which is respectfully submit which the claimants now demand, i h v the judge, in the case of Ucdin Secretary Treasury tho award a supervisory of the their reversal, and sometimes
the Treasury, who on being satisfied I who had witnessed the result of (x ted. as in the case..of Blunt, the interestas Blunt, by way of damages, was pro power over .1 reverse them in the face :of;much
that the same i is just and equitable porte examinations, contrasted with JAMES OUTniUE.fitereUiry decreed by the court, by way of crly so awarded, and.payable on the judges That; the of the acts of greater' obstacles, according to the
within the provision of the said treaty -I contested ones, there would be no D. ATCIUSOX /Hit Treu ury.Iloti. damages,amounting in the aggregate, principles) of law by the Secretary of Congress_ in provisions this constitu impulse of the case,.or the. personal
shall pay the amount thereof to doubt but that the claims, as allowed 'rt.ndt:1l1 i-ro tan., U.S. Senate.ATTORSET as it is supposed, to nearly pne million the Treasury? tional-and valid jespcct' are qualities of the court*' .

the 1 person or persons in whose favor and paid, were at least double the GEXEBAL'S OFFICB of.dollars. The third question is divisible into That, if it were; otherwise, yet the Undoubtedly a judge;'an attorney
the same i is .adjudged, out of any injury actually sustained. June U, 1854. "This latter part of these.claims parts- whole of the to general,a secretary,has the strict legal
money in Treasury] not otherwise \ In 18O, the population of Florida, SIR : Your letter of the 4th of November awarded by the judges, was first rejected 1; Whether the decision of Secretary thc! amount power of an award Secretary is dependent pay right to overrulQ-himseJ or lrls -
II fliuironriatcd.The I exclusive of Iadian?, was estimated last referred to me the case by Mr. Secretary ,'Y oo burr, Woodbury, in refusing to ,pay on the of such supervision predecessor, when couvinced.thtt the
; "and this act at 10.000. If you estimate the slaves I I under under the the De interest on the'ground past usage, pro-requisite former( ,and
treaty were final-1 of llcdin Blunt,a:claim arising 'usage: of Treasury : and that if he cannot supervise, opinion was. wrong,j examples -
ly construed"by the Secretary at one-half that .number -=-which !, the, 9lh article of the treaty of 1819, partment' in the case of the heirs of is binding on his successors in the he cannot are not rare of. this having! ,
Treasury to embrace only the injuries would be low for a southern country between the United States and Spain,, John Giampoly, the sum allowed as particular case in which the decision That although pay; ,.if the question were been done,-to-the public advantage
ilonc by the army: of the United -you leave five thousand white inhabitants [ commonly called the.Florida treaty, the value of the property in which was made? a new one, the weight of legal authorities in pursuance of the maxim: "Gaudtnt rI
States in the previous year of 1818. and calculating eight white and the acts of Congress .of the 3d was paid on the 5th June, 1837, as 2. Whether that decision should "w uld induce tile conclusion I sapient"erro1es carrigere ,,jaM' tnmj -
It; was contended, on the part of the persons to a family,you have six hundred -i Iarch, 1823, (iii Star at ,Large, p. shown by the accompanying papers, restrain the ]payment of interest in that satisfaction or indemnification j. 'uam. 1 '
Spanish inhabitants, that the word I and twenty-live families in Flo- 708,) and of the 26th. of June, 1834,, and the decision thus made has con- the other cases in which the value of for property illegally taken or destroyed At the same, time the business of a
late, found in the English translation rida. It will be seen by,these tables, (vi Slat at Largc, p.5C9'passcd; ) to tiDued.to govern In these cases, to.the the property. has already been paid includes notonly its value,but 1 judge is t6 pronounce e' the .existing I -
of the treaty, had no equivalentword that over three hundred and seventyhave said article into effect., present time. for? law.'
the carry interest upon that value, as an equivalent law in a case, not.to make,nev
in the Spanish copy ; and that, claimed for injuries under The, provision of the treaty in "Tho;'subject j is nowrespectfully 3. Whether it should governin for the loss of use of that forit ; jits dare, notJus/ thr.And ;
is Spanish subjects; were to be compensated ninth scction of the treaty,; and have question is in the,following words, submitted to yon for your opinion. on tho present case of Redin Blunt, ; rctt that the long series of property uniform -: in our jurisprudence,judicial decisions-J
by the United States the. been- paid $1,224,892 68, under theprovisions' the which now comes as a question
( namely :' following points : up. decisions to the contrary in : and expositions: are themselves the "
words should embrace all injuries of the lith'iii-tieJe of the "The United States will cause satisfaction "1st. Whether tIle claim of Rcdin entire of both principal and interest? this particular class of cases has the lav. The review and ,reversal of

clone by the American army in Florida -.' treaty, and the .acts of 1823 and i to be made for the injuries,, Blunt, and others of tIle same class, Upon this analysis of the third effect and force of law, and is obligatory -. past decisions not eDIT 'unsettles tho
] in imy previous years, and would 1834: making a large. average to if any, which by process of law shaH. arc just'and equitable\vithiiu the provisions question[ permit mo to say that; it \on' the Secretary of the Treasury. -i law as a, fabric, but It unsettles the
embrace the injuries done in theyears each, which strengthens the belief be established to have been suffered of the treaty, so far as theawardis seems to me to narrow the inquirytoo (See. Opinions of Attorneys the veryfoundations on which the .
1812, 181a and 1814, as well j I that the sums already paid must haven' by the.Spanish officers, and individual for the value of the proper- much for its necessary,merits. General, by Hall, vol. v, p. 333.) fabric stands, which sthe, .'acquiescence
as the year 1818.It t doubled the actual injuries sustained, Spanish inhabitants, by the late alleged to have been destroyed?" The validity or invalidity of the Ten years before (June 17, 18-11)) men's minds in a,.thing decided :
was; contended, ou the part of particularly when you call to mind operations of the American army in'lorida.viii "2d. Whether the interest awardedon dccisionpf Secrctary\Voo4bury docs the same general question had been as affording a rule. .of lav for '
the United States, that as the United i they still had the lauds, slaves and ( Stat. at Large, p.2GO. said claims, by way of damages, .not depend pii the sufficiency. of the referred to Mr. Crittendcn, and he the subject matters .' ;,
States were to pay: and the word personal estates.. .) was properly so awarded as part of reason he assigned for i t, and the had then xpresscd.the opinion (Congress Still, contingencies do arise hi '.,
late was in their copy and language, It I; will be seen from the tables, that "The act of 1823, in its material the measure of satisfaction to which sufficiency to himself.of the reas n he 'Cd., p. 1392)) that the Secretary which the new vicvs.of doctrine -
confining the payment to late injuries before it was determined by my predecessors parts, runs as follows :, the claimants were entitled, and was gave depends; :of course. ,.not on the of the Treasury may lawfully examine fact, which time brings with.1 ,or .
that the United Statcs-aycrc only that the ninth article of SEC. 1. "That>the. judges of the payable on principles of law by the 'language in which he expressed. it, into all.the' fn. ts.and circumstances the fresh minds applied to .thft consideration --
bound to pay the injuries done by the thc treaty did not embrace injuries superior; courts et b1i8hed,St. Augustine Secretary of the Treasury?" but ontheconidetitiofl whether any which ;constitute-.thc grounds upon of the subject lead:toi nev
American army hi 1818.It sustained in 1812, 1813 and 1814, and Pensacola, in the territory "3d Whether the decision of !{r. legal weight i1:his mind was: due.or which a judgment for'losses has been conclusions on a.. question.and conclusions -
was also contended that the that thc sum of $ti5,5a37iaspaidfor 'j :of'Florida, ,:rcspcctiYplyi ;* Secretary Woodbury, in refusing to not to the/gcltcrah/ of the rendered and determined, whether, 'contradictory' :pf.the; past, J! t
treaty,in using the words,-'the pperat'wns injuries suslainedi-in: .1814 ; and are hereby} authorized and directed to pay interest, on the ground that its government then and now, not to upon the whole l ; case.the decision *bf and'thus present 'the.quertf onTof trIo 0' !
; of the American army in Florida that Congress, .by' the.act o{' 1834, receive and adjust j all claims, arising payment was not consistent with pay interest in the ordinary course the judges be just,and equitable ; propriety innovating': on pataddications.
," meant the operations one ar- did not cm brncc. the injuries.of Lhat wi thin 1hLe1rTcqetiycjurislictions,1 'the usage of the Treasury Department ) of transactions liquidated by the,account That ;tneUuitepySpates: have never ,Ifcasonrling; '
I )II! only ; that if it had Lc n'i 1tcn year, since tvhich_ timefno, further%' o f the, i inhabitants'said territory,, ,' .is binding on'his,successors. in ing officers of the treasury. agreed to" bei ,concluded in these :which 'involves the application'of:an i|
cd to include the.aimies. ; of 1812, !i payments'.have/; iiadcfor. those or their, representatives, agreeably to 1 office, in the particular'case: in whichthe And the bfbad'inquiry; ,suggested cases by the:award'of the judge, but stabhishdrula, thlJ( judge_has.reason I1
1813 and 1814,as well as, that of injuries and that there"remain on the .tho 9th art!1e,of the treaty with I deciio1 a.S made, and should by this'part.of the. subject seems tone have deliberately reserved. supervisory to thinVthat" the rule is an crrpACOua |_
1818,that other language wouldJiavc files of. tlie"office'446,727"" : 4heni" pain;. by/wliicli; the,said 'territoryvte(1d restrain tho payment in other cases to lie, What is the legal effect, in power in, the Secretary of thel'reasurv one, wrongfully iaed originally, fil --
bees used, viz : "anuics,"' or words '"n..*.J- '.l\;*.1*. p. i -"' \. .- - to' the United States. in which the value of the propertyhas regard to the judgment of the present '; and that the'continued application f||
tantamount. 1 am .clearl/'pf opinion that tlie 'Sc21.'hiat; ; ina\l: \ :caes in which been") paid forf aiid in the, case otRcdin Secretary of the'Treasury, of the That "Congress has reserved to it- works irreparable njuryathegivu 4*

The construction of thc'Sccrctary, ninth article of'tho;;treaty,, binding .saIjudges'?| shall decide i in favor of Blunt,'in0-which:.: neither this action intheprenic.ofth ,.whole self the power to decide ,whether intereSt case, in ,thai.' cpntingency .he has
of|the Treasury, that thelreaty only th'c United 'f Statcs.fo afor1rij ies' the.dalmantsothe.l : !, with the : ,ndr'the,interest has been paid?" cries of ,his. predecessors, 'all of shall be allowediii such cases, to: detcrmmc preliminary question -
related to the injuries, done. to.the. sustained under-.the" l latejjopcrationsof evidence bn'.wluch/they/ arc founded, "4th. Whether considering the whom concurred as, to the construe- and that 'with ut the'-authority of )conflicting :obligations. therdcci-, '
fyanUh officers Inhabitants) : by the ,American; army, in. Florida, shall-bcfby said judges, reported to spirit'.of our .institutions, and the relations tion.of. !hcirj powers under the acts Congress, itcannptboj; aid'.by' theSccrctaryofJhO.Trcasury. 'sion which is to guide.:Main thehisehrgbofhis
American army in '1818," S, adhered only bonnd the.UmtCd States to }pay the' Secrctary-'bf' ihe'Trcasury", who, of the executive departments of Congrcssvamlnonaof; whom have t dntyj namelyiirnethcr ;: ";,
to, and application; made by for the injuries -sustained in' 1818, on icing: satisfied that-tlie sa n.is. to-ythe,: legislative, ,it .wpnld be con- allowed .interest'. since, 'the point, Soon afterwardjj"upon a reference the' balace'oflegaIgood' and :-
Congress to allow the iiijurics done the word lat "being in.the .American jut j and.equitable, .witlyn.thjx'provi: $ ? slsteh ;witli.a just public-policy for offer d i it tsclf for- decision upon ther >of bncTpf these cases to Mr. Legareby vi1;he ought fb leave the'estaD). shed : :: i

V American: armies. in .previousyears. .copy of the treaty;.\by which! ,:ihe ,si niOf: .the gaid.treaty1.sliall pay'the this,-,- dennrtmcnt-. .----. to- mv this' dass of ."nn.t-of'the;_ -- iud '" United! States were,: )bound, 'Iq; pay, ambnrit.thereof Hot We;person',or-persons claims,A"-and to such amount; ; without J"-Haying::.thus '.enlarged; ''the."third: I"orward;.that :officer said: order- to.r pair'a'pbsffliblejiMistjerror. ( _
By an act approved the' SGtlr of cannot l 110: wado to.Jie1& .to..th9\v.n '. in ;iwJioscX'favoiv,tlio.same. isadJudgedaflyJflDy any further action on the part of question to theJimits'ofits111oba l "Itis the plain,meaning of the two If, on consideratfpnpf'tteTiole!! I '
Jnuc, I 1831: I the i 're(3\'y' f..thcTrearorywns of such a'word'in4hcBpanish copy.j In .the: .Congress,- or other .authority; 'than intention and of the rca}[.iriquiry i ;we ,acts, h.a thc/Secrctarypf the Trca- subject t my'duty shb d:appearto requite .
authoriwjd 1 .r'pay.for injuries -: and that the wqrdp; .the.. opeiticni'sbfli jtrcai5ury-not,otherwise appropriated. appropriations in 1823 arid 1B34, may now, in" what follow?,.treat that surY'1:to pay the claims on which a me u .to imuttO i iof
.in' 1812 and 1813'-h(; F.as ElondaVnd Florida,".strcngtUco.tho.cpni'tnictvDn.that intended'to'declare and-to define the amount being submitted as-an estimate in one continuous i view. ; by thejl1 gcl.' *. *'- *. 'only in cases the risk: as in the prcscntcaebfinurrin -
1 the treat'jsjbnly.applicable) ,to .a contingent i by the"courisel.fpr. where,. iih "'c.nation,by the tho imputation "ofpresump--
further time waa'given, to the,. .; j import of t1ieicrd.: lat&'in-tli&pr& ; ; "Or reported as. It is mosVcarneslly: argued upon line of coneofdant.tlecisibns -
the injuries) 1818bepauHjbut'Onesingle charge, dcpcndin'g such arp o' claimantsrr department'of such decision, as well : Pious disfeganTbf jk long
Judgd to take proof and,e&jifyjtho.: \o..usact: D h, :for.thc; :present put- upon thc I and authorities.
claims! to: the Secretary. of.", UioTrca' .army is refcrredito. in ana/pn thearti-J:/; pose thatso' definitely ,
cle/and' thus submittedis "which process'of ; ?
matter to claims
'Iury.-: : : .. > fig e'qr ssioiifrom.J iLjimlyT1iih k. The"gcneral, as ubjc fti1ocs ifbfc
) fan the Treasury appear -
'jvdundcrctiif.1g23 clscly as to exclude the operations. PfAfthe.Treawiry i be csthblishcd'mpor13} a purely deemed by Secretafyof -
"rMany. chums ':were >; : Secretary: of igreat'magnitude! !(in'regard shall to me-thatany pxigency duty !
al 1831, aiji crtiW -. ) oth r army. ?' JK**'* ** Js':anthorizediand: the '.amount,"claini involved;, and l JwJ/ciot/ (process !' : tie!,beginningtotlio jtp, .l bejust.'In other.words. undertake";'rVjrievthe1 :
to the Secretary,of:.the Treasury, jKast Florkla.wasinya 1 9lJ' in'1812 and ll i i clc! r'tp.pay/ utofany: : ojthptrM'sj i YJ :DM.H 4 ',!-i"i. ilijlfc nature" 'of thelcgal! cud and tha ,- .thcreCore; thedcCisioii "reference pongrcss.meant to' judicial"to bind exminationlyscfasthehcad itself. ;by bn me"tps"cpnstructiott,o:lav -
-for'f the'time being, and life paid tlicinlafrholc [and.1313 by the American army, ..jiotrlotherwisolaated. questioiis"nppXvhiph it. dependsofthe of the judge onheTerfitbfvor '-'ortho Treasury app1icab1c to the subject.-jOn
,! ,or in'part? as dccnicclthp i ;: 'vVmUJlil igitlUU..Ltin.vi vtvv K-J.9*Thc Q-?act- --- Iho anipunt//awarded,bjr the ;; :true. f.;lipnstroCtjon 'of, the9tharticle.pfUhe : distiet'npoitthe' mcri is"'final feMh and 'C Department; should be ."satisfied contrary pihefjrelations, of t ejnat'terexist
> 1
_ *Wius just under ,toe, l rms;. rt110 tier authorityofCongress.; for the :judge TprMosPCsV; :&c. jn;:pl" cases ; FlbridartreatyJhe; claim mnd1ts. 'anibuntl; ."_-t2- 1"-'l'hQ exnmination nf which/arnish; as -it.seems
withjtS : ; .
act : the fl834authorize3PaYmeflt: < thc decisioni-of Ih "saidjudgishhlbe.dcemcdby !' chdracte..bf 'the' sgcdial i functionswith.hfcK 'cbnclhsi 8\ by:{.efprcc"ofIho.trcafrj; < r
:of 18.23;;: ands In ;;aU cases sj; where t .j dg ) ;t nligni n the mind of to. me, a iil iirulr. .of-dut/-incom
in those-years ,1B23
,1rrzaJ'"" eecrctariea' claims !injuries' :"sustained ; -WA Secretary ,of iho>dge );ihf4istrict 2.n: ; wKwthe-fwwjof: .orajuriii'L doing;this: *. *
paidthb verdict.
the patibleitk .
have felt..It ''.' iV- ****** ; r t ,7 just :as. my
*' lIch ThftT. ; {$ undcr.:the acLpfConess.tho arid i834 authbn2e; : eci -
'Congress court .
ciut&tcjst' jnvcted ,
: !
ut interest. }! as'tlw, innmrAioiisLaincd -' the .Iti;: ; feigned is to enlighten Th treatystipulates'tbafffifftfa :
TZenuaniah '"P : ',.0", mW1 ILt1I' pr pcf'"I? .wmpensatc for/ : r .'1\n..31i l, fJin'nir. F_ fd. { io : inauirvhthiititOr.-,. the .TrclSur1J f.\.cJ I91 ; Dth chancellor and tcdJS lotcs'.Wl' 11 cau o..satisfactiioji to
Anll'Suv. : ..__ ._ iundcr"their. au.ILu "W Ab*.v.----- -- r for nis.being -tho conscience :;
'uaunants, .brought thp;.(.question ptN .O'* !Iathority. ,' "-- -- in.1Vt' 'ilori'da the Union as 9/itoterii i was prp"vidbdbyHKc "cst".on. f4eSccl ims;: withheld ing'' toJhejudge' }:decisipn the same.pn jsjost in both CftSCSj)mth pre isely the same be [made for 't&p .aniufies C. an1, t
t1ltcmt< before" !Cbngres3ind'thp :'''The, injurIes lCd,D1 GbnprJaek-: 6tK-&t6nof: [ ; ,th'eact'of'-Fcbi2S4iitat.ataJargep- twenty'I.years by successive Secretairic3 allowed iAAtiAWii: tisUed'-that t hr= Qisbiiltdcei&it .ft-cedojrit .bnthepari.of.him: : whose whi h, by process of: lay.shaJl be established
*'*abf was : wer )nst\l; .. ; ( iof:the Treasuryshallnpw.lic; .ind 3 '. 'is 'tQ ;August; 1840,* resolution; India JpJ t l andCxtentof b aj St7 1f"'bf jKcje\'phi llcpreo vto ,
;Jngress-th duty in-this t
1b 1. Iho of the.Secre--! : '
apers'tptooSecretarvpf ; : ;'from 'W1lflCQsfon1ntoh :r lium1'l'W"0 .ne1 d"! duty; 'and power Cng n. the realfequity.bf: the caso.'' (Opin- case, s"Jnv.et'.o "o(a' treatyejuiiing
accompanying$ 'UDit&t t t.QrYi thc premises; .''S ccreasnperTise.th9 qft1j. ; f rr ,ert .! } \
Ctt tho.TfCasuryjn ry : ; ,
tary '
feWofft'theliagVpf ecn-
ihtfjupeHor,: l IcgislaliciulV: !
jad'tlic.Attorney i 1420)
: So' II3i-p. ) !
thc.Trcosnj '
? .
tI19O hp .
? a.(f' af ecp.
and .c9'n r jd1ncW-e 'n.t'St :AnustjctS'Iij i & ) ftiolis fAJP these questions have, been dccisipn! '' i ns'were of' providing -.J gI5tivo f
General "of 'th: fUnitedfffto a.cisidcrca' court ; < : erlts.aPtW; Rr!s "finally; the same,qucsti tipn", .
.I. rcport' 'Prc: wCftS qP'; :4 njuries i ,; Mdmay, : ,} si cr iliidr.. a'iituf; .;- 61 ihre1 aid bpforpnio bjrpminent. sel, 'its tljettfsth t' :: PS 4estion; 'considered'by-Mr./''Nelson;on'a.refer-, means to attain'the objet % >** J'I '
aini -
'there 'was'3UO: merlt.9t'OJ.Ui.d. ; ; ooY4\qli ;' f.\inu rb.Y, dvit1igrct; abilitybackedehytho award- : of the ,In the': ceCnigres1iadtwothingtodonOPTOyi4ethO' jI
/ th
tl8 ir 1thi
"I1t,4tc., -No.report SPDtOI1'h \ :: a1 weresodrth14yi0lat10fl of the .eTICe.G.J by. Secretary; I : present t
'* :" iWd t t .. ,' grntng'peelal l''h rS br pmmpnS:of lcarned>jurists, in denial !TreasurvC ,TMr.. .Snenccr.V 'nnd te
9tAe1i4 IthMii'ii11 nd.thatthoJ1SOUUCOflttt.lOllat I t\
tjadb und er .tli1ii1 !ttri: .1 'Of st; L 1'lmt : ..'ft t .'nd'l : :- "' r -----
1 .Je Secretary bfc Ui TrVaeury, nbrby! ; p1lt1 1.11 icst'iqxt 4nfe -lm\OBU1g'\ ,,D m'ddi,s" :upon'said'ebe of"thc>powQrI; hwetbfprplexerciscd.lfcth'otffenusesWfl : ,<"Man 1 i. :iML means of cnghowmtand. rj
I ? 'Atforncy'Ge cral iortlie; ScftaiefM : :;; ) opinIpn that'jy;j r.:! 4ccpt8 were ..tid *,Hft: ebfritiis':[ ""( retanes.pf :'exercise,T judicial j i } (power by: the That', tho4actsf Congress'confer; I, to whom'thp : ndemni ''sh bepaid
ihn nimKiihn' of Ihterost tanftg:. right- in' -fusin'uecingennrtfio'wov3sidnCoQhtfju4tlvT >cleof; r d oJ.dg(( r the. k1istrtturr tl lXrcNllrrfr nV .thctIeat 18 3 o. Secretary t of Treasury* "t on, tho Bccretary'alawfnl'authority: L andrf: ecb6dly;tapath
> ; : > tiuitrietjzF1ora1'; : indpassed the pr rOpt1imoatdin, denial'of.tke : "- i in these] ,to f6vl&frt mbncy and-Igive; : aotyjor.the j
allsuch injuries cases supervise,
1nadot: the:u t": (i' t'823 ii a : ,of :* -Thsiiiaicrcst'pn.: >
q t.$r.lj. .- ',U.:1". ,&'. 'Iho ti"ial-'ud .; 1. .."_.1.- ..be' i' na rttfiis'.pr ii!Q.it1 h .Jurl tiQ.n2t .1ealit '\ndjittof: thegrounds'unifonn''m fts'tho'se. : .whi.ch\ !%re provided foith'6tr > and rcvisthe. decision'pfv: thejudgp j mymcnL It; has.done .! ;.l>y the I'a
1834;*ttojwieafpnlvwer&a :: tot! to. dbcisibn'oinwhichrthcT, i have of"the acts"ot,1823,' and 4834,'; vhi d prescribe
J1f -ha.he secretary -
: 1 ; only
1 tl. .
i1rerinined .a l1I.O.l e atyis'ajavfuipaftptthemages ; ; ; power .
*v .tw %> t 8ficrr( S t court ,..- Ji'1: : t:tnterctite1 h theuiunicipa1 made -.the "procesa ; Jt.r.tby
aVr-of nations.
Mdecidon ': r \ the 1 :
of .his'predecessor 1h'o1iidge .d :
.#** toopenWc: i question; but.deto -', u14 Mfeflgesffl{ ,;iei Eajasan ro '.:.;v ?fj 1etter&. rnaSsiming{ ; t o eterWce( ttwasfifst.di ./TlrCS4 and : -,Iv-tjia- ibQproppr'conBtruction *: l l by .the acts. of 1823anA1im: i isr/a which the(;claims'are'' to be' tMlishcd -
[ .n ;q o1.e! den.cejthe1.: i t d).oJ is iQp'r : 1hjCF1Orid&< ;of conditional Tone* .being.oaupled i ? with ,'arid appropriate condifloaalry the
1 toltaVe ,
r fjs
fceA :1lR'ppmioiittthdncvQenerat ; au d1l. ; of thpacls Congress. -
; ] fn <
:1 C
) I t.able.: s hdtcriiiinc y'Sccret.1h W
ihonzotbcm the
c1t def Continued
above ) restrictive that hc'sjiall ( : Mfrdpae;}
unouccrtamporacrred 1t : to ''p antreston] ;, :!.tW t :!rpsontcd 4. Thati the whole series ofdcci- the proviso I
din recite tho facts and bury;. i
of K t. f
iho. .cases orted,against'th c...unversal then. proceeds, .t. .
andl' ss'8aiIn i iSf' f r to him i for. niintr

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:Ijc toriba Ucpublicau. The Canvas [von mi zrvauc.tx.. '] i-ke_ to the South., fcr Jbeir arty. the absence of ; -
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cc11&o jJY yJieq>iBiy # ni.iit .
Goy. Blows continue in.hiaearecraccording .
; '
fc $a.1in abort,that 'ila4.c.zst.ubctazPtlsSa
to tba ppoUtmenU?announced -
by us, :
JACKSONVILLE and th account*from turn ire mo t cheering. We -M*. xl WTO*: In. \atWiptinfc"Cohanry -*ta- Democrat* evinced :io stronger* love forWySoitt l lh'wbtgs'tiI froa* ; u453 _.

regret that Hon.- A. E.. Maxwell, obstructed. ," I am b ppy-to; premise"that I find i iia inhi thaa ; heir tote upon the Netrwta -, garf'to'tho : to Uioc. ofjMendnn Ins UQmoe*.

Thursday, September 7, 1854. I b fulfilling his appointment*, from being taken letter to tfit JV c ; of tha ,2GLhiAugust, i high; BUUiat that tbeywJyfXtilbited tronger, ded b IaL5etprd 4s auiJ Usa ,

sick while engaged in them at Palatka. He proceeded and generous attempt'to rest hU"remarks' nponrenfloning devotion t )iartyimnd tolparty lines. ThailJai, of ,( I ] waAaljswort1s Cengaiflassa_ by t
II and aa ibscncc of the modern cant and then, i'aa' a fwrrjr\sad not a pfl..s4zt'er,1 teat '
on, however, though we learn be was again > ; : ;
I indisposed at Orange"; Spring. Under them circumstances vulgar caotensm so common in newspaper contributions And 'U 9 Democrat*, and not lb4WIdgaowo their unanimousl* l Ther bolng q ent ao Mto. 1

wa were iuforuied by the Sews. these days, and I hope it will not be taken electoral triumph*,whenever they obtain one,more BnowSv fit: .'r -,

McQccxx McIxrosB, Esq., proceeded to till such amiss if I assume the liberty noticing his reason to party-driUimj than the popularity of their tenet caajtell' you; conneieian C4sPfIIStmt.taptjj

appointment* in the East a* were not met by Mr. l ing, which to mo appears Cdlacious, through your But "Cobanzy" aay*, thut though ho acknowledge through this rirned-vitfc'ngard In ,
columns, the exwtc$ce of /wide difference in this and hear him Ordinance
Maxwell; and we are happy to infer the latter whijj ia,,e.
g entleman's recovery by the return of Mr. Mclntoshto From some quotation "whch! appear over hs! respect, between the two'parties, it attributable( and you lmaa Cole, yef.rrej M 3faI Cjjn

this place on Monday last.tSf own observation, I presume his first allusion is to t to the want of any principles, denned and specfic ons in_ the dIn?of Couacilaen Cole,EnetL
among the Whig,and to the opposite characteristic 'c Whigs of
"I the very gracious invitation which the Democratic -5-

Our neighbor of tiioA'ewt, in his 'ast tjiue, party has this: year extended to the Whigs, inviting of Democracy. There may bo souui foundation for CROWS": M .s.sH,E,W. CUrky 5. D,

I isolates a single sentence from our remarks in them to leave off all party association and Join this tor( of a distinction, but not exactly the one uCbanzy" ;:Iwas: a ; urtonver A Grave. :

reply to a communication in that draws. The Democrat havo laid citizen: *of
piper upon with them to fight some unseen"common enemy. : assessment of Taxes, e
which to another sermon" about the dowu some certain rules for their government, that
hang patent people
To fully reply to this allusion, would require an extensive Livbjsto. Capt.CUrk'4 tsz. r.j
Northern WL gs. Our neighbor ingeniously tries without any respect to tint change in the circnm- they wiU :
review of the party pivstloi! *, respectively, sdacedto8h,5OOigh as ajtai tTwtf
to make two out of from that sentence' stances wh'ch different centuries bring with them October. *
things one taxed ***
much more at largj thin I can at present do, Without pn MUM amount.
very much like the act of the economical committerof 'on the world. They disdain to be called utilitarians Mr. Mixw Oa motion
neglecting other and more important part of by Couneituuut Aoart
suicide, who wanted to hang himself and intending ," and are uicro abstractionist, theoretician l lumbia, baa *, ft, T
his piece. But this \\hole thing may be put iu a lector v.wu directed to-adjust the tand0aloBartoflm ,
to use but cue strand of thj rope, found They set for themselves some prInciples which maybe with '
nutshell. The furs Southern fusion"
WInG CANDIDATE i it necessary to try both, and then bioke proposition applicable to the world, */ t& worll could ItrultJbyot'tfr the placj % The ,
Nebraska Committee
is grounded upon the premise, that the towhon wg
roa when he the ttan mi trtMnfft nav, or by mortals Tha ef p,
down came to hanging opera -
BEPRESEJTTAT1VK IN CONGRESS B.ll was a slavery test question, and that the Mr. B.P, rdniad, are
bout the ides of the w'tfo-ilum.! The \Vhg .
tion. The SitM preaches its whole sermon about party, say
Democrat thin the Wh'jjs too o flx LI.wcstIin
proved more ready u it ,,
THOMAS BROWNS the application of the word "cant," with its comparative d justice to the-South. Thin we deny. Thitt party has no 01) e principle rthieh? they swear shall j jority in ; ,which rcportlwJnj vaaprii

members of the sentence to cerUiu terms gjvcrn ilielr net oil m 1911; though t'.iey c'a'm ta only gjing re
iu another simply a 1
Bill, as I w.lj; show place, was ly adopted.
to the Northern and mikes the have some viry do2ntc: ones by wh-e.li) they are go'.ig: t>
applied Wh'g4
COUNTY NOMINATIONS. party test, and the real feelings of cither party The Special Committee
sentence meet occasion for the de governed in 1ST4. Tiara never was any one ja.i .- their voti.8. baig ha
some a baying North towards the South were nut shown. North-
Ion of J. W. Prl* and
FOR SENATOR, fence uf his retfontlent in his own baud" eWe dit Wh'gs opposed 'that measure because they :on tu which the Wb'gs could n..t apply t'aelrprinc'plts i is going U ; further time. Ornate Oth5r k

EDWARD UOPKINS. thiuk the Xitet vainly construes our slcnce thought it was not making a ncr, but repealing though perhaps a d.cude b-.foro that tck.t for Hi* Honor the UtendaatAeota
upon some of its comments in rel ition to the /.'< ofJcomprum'se and without directly expressing time they could not have told how they wouM! act. meat' f .
FOIl ASSEMDLTMEN, pMicai and the Northern Wh'g' into a sort of themselves with refensuco to the merits demerits* General prtnc'ples, of course, never change, but our a memberof' the Street
-SAMUEL B. THOMPSON admission that ue stand on weak ground, or that owe f either s'de! of the question cs a proposition neither thc'priuc.plo nor Itt application,varies with and I think Councilman, rica W ft i Ward, reit

shrink from the ponderous blows of the wead. none, they held with tenacity to 'nil old settlement "Cyhinzys" party. Ha says, :i'XTbj success. Buffinjton ut.d that. BY ,

COLUMBUS IJHEW.{ pons with which we furnish our adversaries But of a vexed question. And f.r one moment ; dlffjrcnca; is that between one fluet of yesJ upn M. the authority vested In TUB. during lb.

this Is a wide mistake. We let our neighbor have only is it necessary to see wli:it we (the Wh gscre) seli ua:tjd A/r a common voyage, nail each Vvssil tle-men of $5 Intendant pro icns h aI lnusI t

: Rally the fun to himself because we think he his been rcqu'red to do, to make rpp ircnt the perfect Im- proved w th a compass, and another fleet deprived duly orJow tothepartiw named/waUl,

WHIGS OF DWVAI. CO17HTY, beating the air, or fighting a shadow; and e'Khall poss bility of doing it. We are required to separate of th's" meant of safe and indi-pcident ssdrection. .- Wh'gs are ha* ipreid upon tw! Minutes S

,: RALLY l let him run along until he cm point to any tiling our action from that ){ Northern Wligs.- : A very hippy iliustratiou: that I The 1 the "TsTama.sxy'gTarLronritl

more we have said iu behalf of the Northern Whig How Cnn this be done now f Arc we by any means Democrats ore, of course, this fleet, provided each ever had ia "- PLi;hu 24th,J3l.

: There will be a Whig Barbecue at than that they have not as a party united with a i in connection with them? Or cjn we &ther unite, with a compass. But h:tvlng the compass is riot Let us all : To Dii. U. Bitia i -

'the late residence of Henry Bias, ont third party upon the repeal of the Nebraska bill, or refuse to unite, with the North 1111358, when a all, they had the rudJar set by it before leaving thick W3 "..PerPhytieuut, at Vats,' j'.ig....

'&' the '' King Koad," near Jacksonville and the et cetera of that platform. We hive pru'dcnt'al election come on, and some national heIr moorings, and all daeriaiued upon the direc. "V"* SiR: Inforniatiu basf

shown that in the third party movement Democrats question is proposed. The Democrats say they foil they would undeviatlngly pursue, whe-t'ucr this place that the Yellow r.r.r wa .gj -
the lath inst. t he of
on Saturday city Savannah
The, Whigs of"Duval County and have been conspicuous. We showed (kit in h ve confidence in Souther WhigJ but none in sand-bar, shore,or breaker,pr.scr.ted itself! ia their At the raM hod against alt veVl. qanth, a. wrtf

tlie Antl-Nebraskt nominations Dcmocrat'c Jw''fiyue y irt\ern) one*. Now all we propose, iu running way, or v hetlicr"PJot from that port- Y.u will lbsefe
ou! Tuesday ,
all those opposed to the re-election were allowed a fair share of the honors. G o'i. BROWN f fir Congress, is ta support a Southern captain and the crew," atcsinbxits as well as ether veuse aaJ
ns j jPuubcOTT di
of A'.' E. Maxwell and in favor of We hive added the of Mich'gu where all perish by the of the examination; and should- b.
might case Wh'g: a m:in as purely Southern in all h's feeling*, fury waves. Uo says : skk sly p .

old Tom Brown, for Congress ; opposed an Anti-Nebraska ticket his bcea nominated end as any m:IP, Whiz or Dem >cr.it, s mth 6f M isou Iaixon's "Wo" (the Dom.icrats) "know whcro wa are I fectMMM porsoe aueo on,board will with any onts

to the importation ol Lumber tbe cand'date for Governor been found in the ranks D li.ie. Arc wj then afflicting w th tin Koiijg.. NJ doubt of that, either. And the ( tine tmtlt farther yes orders frou mep thiTnteajn sat-I lst j

into the United Stales from Canada of the Democracy. North any more th in if every Whig in Florida Whigs, as they set (his grand ILt:11 1 0:1: the A public ] town. houl4therbeco psrauaorpersSM

free of duty and those iu favor of But we have never yet attempted tj deny that should vote fir Mr. MIXWCLL? Certainly not. "way", think thty knoT "where you are gjing," h.-lil ut the OUbosedOfPUchbO5t other yog wi ,, th.

; l Wily movements at the North hive: been idirledby But the first thing wh'ch! Cohauzy" attempts, iu too. If "rulnazy" had slid this compass win a August boalthftlness persuis of hi mu-iuIii&g,. a tedi4
the Wood t
people cutting Lig1i on opposition to tha Nebraska bill, and tint the l his: own observations, is to arraign the relative terdenc'cs picluro of JeffoMon, or Calhoun or a sort of double Ou motion boatjetarmibt.;- 14 Itii.

,$ the Public Land, are requested to at prcvaihug sentiment of the Northern Whig party, of the WLijs and Dernocr't* to patly- h frcbcoeil fch:idj" of both, and that the fleet had Hon. F. C. "Vcuw, VcEeipeetuflv, -

tend. Come one, come all as it is with all other parties at the Njrth, it ant- drilling, and tO deny what ho calla the thoughtless tied thts rudder for a straight run in one due direction ami C. -SAMCEL, flryrjy

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. s.Uvcry. Wo havj 110 Jos'rj to gloss uv.r this: l imputations in whieh) some Whips are wont to whether laud or w.it.r 1 by that way, the:, the The "ItUfiVTI5 LIJL'"Jatksrrnrill1e

fact; nor dj ws e-ver expect to advoe-.tj a union i indulge" z.gain.t h-s p irty, viz: that they nwo their i illustration h.id been more perfect. And bc.irc.7y led to the i i "f VTCVD wrr5

St. John's Fire Company. with Northern Wh's even at a "Pics"Jent al c'ectjral' triumphs: nioietn this *\htem of drill-duty less miccessful wis "Cjlunzy," when hu tiuntingly posted in r ; ,- F7a, .4agmust2h* Orrtci,i,

This; Company held its first meet'ng! since tha election," where any of the honiu-mauufictured tntiNebr.taka to the prpal.-rlty of their tenet rut that represented ths Whig, as watching the "signals. tho"Captain i "Crn.Taoe.iaw: C :

a aatl-Sbvery pret'iiloiis! arc ins sted these are not "thoughtless, hnputMvns"could nut, and fl igs of flerent: and uncertain leaders." Corporate "Cummasdim: ftcamir.ffm.
fire, in th Court Ilunse on Friday evening last,
upon as port ef a utljnal platfirai. We u:..lus.tltlagly .- tj sj candid a miiul as "CYluiuj" cvlr.cc, bajiioiscleirly It is the duty of all good seamen to watch thj "s'g- S. I "DEAR.wmr Information biivlh.h.
ftndon Saturday were under parade, with their this that
say: tr-! a-id yet believe, jilting (raIL the shown than by the recent ac'.on e>ftha ual j and U igi" ou all coasts; and of all people to account of j jh's plat the the Yellow Ferer WM prevslll j
apparatus and iii thj:r usual cjatujie. Thoy epidemic city ofSanuativyiMi win
marched (row the O>urt Home, tj the Eng'ne hiittory of the neb!': IMImore and the camp i.ga i'i t two parties upoa the Nebraska 15.11. Long has wateh such "d.ficrcnt and u.icjrtain leaders," as ; I fore, take notice-that qiurAotuio has W ,ih bl n.

House oa Biy4ftrect ani procwdod tlicncj *. fir \\lilch: l li'iwagso pure a st.i.dard-he..r.r, ihat in the South known that there aw no lend-it-heart i may attempt to carry Asm into danger. And: we ceiving I i t tmlnuta fished at Darned Point on the SLjohmEinr

the hotel? and back ti ths Hjuse,> him up u-i, or n tswiiithv a Wh g compeer, we of f hers, in anypirlj, at the North, and that, as a think the \VhIga; arc proud of this stinctiou: between I j f where you wilt torn too, ami allow ta.Port rW
as new Engine ; sician to bonr boat
-rhcro they ugAin Inascd thulr ppuratu The ran got a btti r -ndid its fir the L'resi.Iiicy than! great man his said, there are but two great motives the p irtie-i. And we think: Cuh.uiq" and produced the ; tioa 0.4 an Ordinance your of IbiS mJ town make sack esanja,.
all lie Gt.vral IVrccs ani 11'.llj.vs that wnMsd hU party had better tak- their off tits Wm. main* usir
the Nv rth be
upon > en brought to awardiistce eye coinpass such eirramitancei. After such euminatioa
.Corapsuij, upoa invtatU of Col. S. lirr/i: ro:; ,t&
thejjijrepaired to hut hutul, and gethir with off ef th-.r hors and dj-j d tAe s in Mexio. j t I the SviiStb, n'i: they are, "the preservation ," and place them on the "sigrnls aud flags," a statement r [ fort Physician will pro yen a- eertilkat of Uu

citizens invited Tlih is ub >ut our opinion cf thj iititu'ii \\ hgs : of the Uaion, and the maintenance of Party or they will "all *nr together" ou to a sand-bar, the mail by ; | healthfulness of roar boat, before yea can laaj 1 4
U cf
.n&uam as giie partook a thIs
as thy fctaini now, aud onr h>pes of tb j futarc. If ascendency." lha Compromlss of 1:330: was when it will profit little, even if they ired and tendered tlie
; by hosp'tiblohost. -SAilUEL
upper prrp BCrFIXOTOX.
An interesting litte! improjiptu ceremony we are a !little! stubborn iu rcf n a t J "cjm i ov.r," claimed peculiarly as Wlrg measure. The Nebraska "where they are going." But "Cobauzy" would ted with the I KIntend4atlE4SIL*

the occusio'i ilie and bhju'.d tiiui tr." pn.,1 c<.ioiis cf our o-.i'ie.ta: B H is claimed peculiaily by the DurnociaU.Nt abuse any such cruel sand-bank, by saying it iris purpose of : j --
was performed 6
'I) of w': evergreen and floral n reath, woven by a fulfilled ns tu the uli.taitj intent of the T..rthcri adn'tt"i: ; b.it'i thjse eitiir.s to be just, and put there fur "opposition" only, and we would not before the "Iarznni'c,', Ovvj-i,

bruriUi yeuug lady of our town, and prjscat.-d to -hgs: t sn'.ah tbn:.js, we shill &tuJ alwf fr.>ni th t bot'i ans me. snrs aw.trtling r'ght to the be surprised to hear him applying some "undignified zeus, by "JockminrWcFlo, Asust 2Jt183L

them, and sta'ii s4 lj b" sda With all wh> w iU tabolsh >> South, the qu.ro w.H!l in tau.ty! Cuine up, Why is nick niines" to it. S. j N Kvro:: ; -
; ty* Company through its Presldeut, Col. BcFrisc- 'Cumman1ZnSCe
It and party nan s, r1frnis.! and vetitoni!: one of them supported by one party and one by Listen to this: "We do not know a single cnnd.dite I pointed, to Waaa-
TOX. was a good point, gave emphasis to "
the"ttire occasion. The Compmy at an early so that tUcia n\v bs uo w'j eJling over cf a s'n ill thj other?" Ths qa t>t'on! may bo ore of importance : iu the State that is running upon any princple i into theCiet* j[ place that Sine Yellow! lafonuaUbn Fever was harfay fe tW

. r hour disbuudcd-evincing a zeal and energy in the bo 1y of trui Souther,! wh'gs to thjMjioc'i! of "Ni- in.rcvealing the real worth to the South of ; except opposition." Now, that is lamentable! ; port such j epidcmio the city of Saraannhyu prortiU will,|{torn-MM

revival ol their; corps whch g-ves assurance that tion.ii*' Democracy th no return to the former for the Njrthet branches of the pnrt'es! respectively.AiiJ Nothing but opposition to the Democrats 1 We arc reference to F'c"et"c I fh oveL take notice, that 4itarantine bu UM wtik-

i they.vOhbe equal to "Irlck" that ba i its l.rr.tki. We hvipc our ziaglikirts now relict td a'i answer cannot Lo better fjund than in a afraid that tJuru it very little principle in that- I. Swart h any may arrayed willcomo!
too an-1 allow
against them in their onsets with the devour' o fall dread cf the course of the Jbpnttlic-tn, and: h isty reLro-ice t j the peculiar pus tioa i.f the But to urge that the Whig are in oppost.on tij the substitute ') board you yotr boat auaimskoauch the exaoAaliNu Port Ftyaii

'I lug element. that be can turn his attention to the fine things his t Couutry at the time of their introduction, and to Democrat, and the Dcnu:crati not in opposition "RitoltfJL, Ordinances or this town require under nd eV-

.5. __ old friends ths New ths aim of to the Whig is like the Irlshnian end hereby I '
York Domacracy, ars ayi'i primary and object the Ells themselves. *; ticar-s glitod N. After *cfx ettmmation. At fwt

j Town Clectiou.'Tr'e o Gen. Pierce-to the ialcre <>f the runin'en and At the tlmu: Mr. CtAT proposed the Comprore who wanted to stand ten puces nearer his antagonist 'apt.tu answer) : PtjTsiciart will give you a certificate *f ti WiflV

fnadvertanUy onutled to tho election l log-getters in connexion with tlw Grad-ntoii bill of Ii59 the Country was in the midst of stieh a iu a duel, than the laf.ir did tj h'.ui. When siae; and Also of your bo.it hcfjre you me -atlki
report .
so person o pertiMB will bvalli**!
In this town, on the 2Cth uit.,
*DI councilman, to supply vacancies occasioned that ought not to ba too minute fir his cstrciue earthquake an never before or since, threatened at these stulboni: : Whigs' ; but lie rcsU J Uiunu-ut, bring the city of Saronsuh. The Poirtmaiter wilt nerin

by resignation. The Iniendant elect is Hon. F. "national" comprthcnsion. our devoted Country. When there seemed not and then consoles bimsSlf after thij w Iso: 'A combination violation of J deliver yonr mails at the wharf. ?.Alnmjn-
the remotest chance for it of accidental Health or penoai win be allowed to lea,.nU boetanytimewhileattbewharf.Tlugyonvifl.us
C'BasKrrr, who was chosen without opposition to 'S. safety, spoke as the only can get ,
"voice in the stjrm," which quelled its fury and these WLigs into ;and then it w.ll be "impossible The ;
the office of Intcndaut, and George C. AcosU, The WW;County Couventios. power to all ponou*en board ef yuar k ,
Ceq,to that of Councilman. Both these gentlemen stilled it waning- elements. The Uaion was in Lr them to franu any possible! administrat'on remarks by that they may not subjeut theouetra to lit ton
'entered upon the duties of their offices on the fol- The Whigs of Duval County assembled in Convention danger, and the Compromisi of 1350 saved it.- in consistency with itself and with the i'ppcs'te The f Ordinance of thUp & ., .

.* "lowing Monday, as will be teen by the cuuucil proceeding in the Court House, on Thursday Evening, That Compromise a Whig measure. The Nebraska principles and tendencies of the Wh'gs.' Now, was lost 'Tours.Verv- -Re't>ectBCFFDTGTOS
the 51st August, for the of nominating Bill of 1354 introduced in ch The ,
; *. purpose was at a time when not a irity tj CohinzyV party, wcmuat deny his r

-_ ... candidates for the offices of Srnatar and Members flying vapor floated ou our horizon ; not a solitary assumption. For wliU inuat ba the chlract.r 01principles Mr- -
I We would call attention the of the House cf Representatives to represent said It Councilman CntEnston ititei} 1b.itCaIInIII
to valuable doc-- distracting question was bsfvire the people ; not an the simple opposition' to which gets a being

1meut.11to4ay'* paper iu reference to the Florida county iu the next General Assembly.C. i isolated obstacle to the fall enjoyment cf that calm party into such n predicament, that "uo possible ting appoint L ITJUianw behmgaouwea U attea li* pmoeting '

Interest claims. The decision is finally against A. DeCoTTM wan tiled to the chair and L. peace, and reposing serenity superb.luccd by the administration, iu consistency with iUaf! ," can act the following :! of Council, had HsccnInfr!

; L FLEMIXO appointed Secretary. Compromise. What was its object, then? I will upon it, on account of its many and incunststeat S. to this Board,-wlifch WA*'rel,aaj 4lics

., thetttj3T .._ On motion, O. W. Call, W. S. Bardon.and Mile not be so uncharitable! or uuciad.d a* to say, to opposite incipks! and tcndeccles?" And certainly H. D. by Councilman Cole,ordered to bepre d pea tte
I. Swart
w shall nextwetk copy some highly fsirorabla Price, were appointed a Committeo to receive and : : '
breed discord, to sow dc t/uction, to disseminate I "opposition" is all that Cohanty" "can learn"that 4%. S. .- -
notice of Page' Portable Saw Mill, of examine the credentials of the delegates to the sectional str.fl1, and bitter bate, but cet tai.ity it was the gentleman, bearing the undignified nick W K. 'J.tcssoxnu.z, .tig,2Sth,1lS4.
which Mr. Johu 1I. hfuidanlOn .
Clark advertises ;d
himbdf : -
as agent Convention. not to yuell, to cnuayt to yttut clown to repose, names of 'Old Tom and *Old! Matteivf-fact,'" ia On jnotJoB : ;
ia.oorptper. After a short consultation, the committee ( ereLthaI aibls
report peace and prosper"ty. The one was brought in in running for. again at the Italtherelahcfureyoabuainessothstpertaanl.'flh'1
be tarn
prewnt withyorf to-daytas wan
f tar The public will not fail to notice with gratification ed the following gentlemen at present, and entded the midst of an etlttinj crisis, and quelled it. The The next ttart oar writer takes id to pursue new .-

(he advertisement of the re-opening of the to scats in the Convention : other was introduced iu time of the greatest repose, tactlcH.; After ppjoyyigthe "otium cum diynitate," *al>t that the Cowbtilneo of Me tan w* U
From the jMlMnttH Prefincf.-O. W. Call, E. which the of hii The I stand by' the Intendant in hi s coarsS silt is-
GuV Academy, by Miss P. Swart, at the"cottage" aud got up what sectional feeling is now raided. sa .ty fuehugs would permit,upon
opposite the residence cf her brother. A. DcCottcs, Uriah Bowdea, John I). McKinlay, Then as thrc is but one of ths-.two great nvving: u'lth coiwo':. tija,,,Coh-vnry" iutcrrogateii. The meeting were I tiS QuatiAtinec bt I, fer eciewflii ?
John Haddock Isaac mittee on r his Honor a*Square a* a kriek. It a *y* "
So-well known and esteemed is Miss S. as an Roberta, Win. ANop, E. causes fur the Northern supj>ortcr to lay hold efas trst quvStSou fcctrajs ouly curiosity llj miskt iftho its I his Honor the Intendaat rid Aae. th* CaplM

'Intr ctrcs of young ladies, that volunteered Barrs, C. West, E. Oak, L. fapclla, B. Tlicbaut, an incentive to their Into act.on, and ts that JI..TSOII Whigs could! 'sit ig h-rraouious, cinvuntioi. -- by WdetstotheatentefccrIawsL(4; l *-
Milts Price, and L. I. Fleming. ." w th abolitcnIstand Report pftht) tbemm also thM
cotnmendatiot jrom our is superfluous. coull not have been the preservation the tin ausuers the .' -'- thspa.e.gec
4 pen From, ih Dl>vJi Creek Preeinct,-V,'. S. Bardcn from sauL boa -Oar prdmaaeM aIJ b s
question, we
the maintenance of with
Union it suppose sat.ifaetoriJy
.Another school i i.opened a* will be seen by advertiaement was certainly party aa emlhatlc 1d eitnivg dwfe&K
0. P. Hull and L T. of tittle! value If infringement*and
p .. by the Misse Kerwick, of Savannah. S. Bardeu.Froi Thomas, by their proxy W. ascendency." Then the Whigs of 1850, worked No, and two cxcluoiatjoa, p'ietsl( !) Ha -spiaiet Sicmi-y r them is not- rigidly;pnablwd L b>,].Capta

4 Theae ladies bring fin* testimonials to our commu- for the South to save theUuion( and the Democrats next Vants to krow if th* Midnoft Democrats wihIb madto feel the diiacoroWi*"
bUgaihlL tie St. Juhn't Bar Precinct,-1\. T. Titus of 1S5* did the same thing to save their par couldn't! nit in harmony with their Northern Tb* Board fer-treating 1 U with *o fitU raperf-
,: t by his proxy G. W. Call. Which friends who hid rtport tha "Yours traly-' .& 3t.r "" ""*""
I. t v. Whle-lJ i ii the nobler work? the most so often" passed the Madison passonatcl ,

: Under .the'eircnnwtances of the mail BUS- On motion cf G. W. Call, it was agreed that in patriotic? Which, after this fallowing, can Southern "resolutions and principles?" We wcre'going to arising from ; I

) tptouIrs- feat. inipcniion also by the nont' voting the Jacksonville Precinct should be allowed men most safety rely on, Northern Democrats gratify him with en affirmative to that, and to add this place'- ; motion by Councilman Co., iIWUIWIIT'y

arrival,of the'Wednesday's Savannah Steamer ten vote, and the oilier Precincts five vote each. or Whigs? Then furthe-r, these things: may ag tin that the Democrats, with ths'r' gutta pcrcha principles said boat afai i tbmniuocrtb. ntuidsM bS

.. the poctmastcr'of this place employed the ell-tried The Convention then proceeded to vote, viva voce, recur, and as we know what trill ulwjvs benefit th( could Sit iu harmony with 'most .ny body, as w.th alleged persona in : i to carry .
Steamer MoviA fltatant, to convey the mail mat- for candidates. Union, we may safely know what ti> look for ficnj when we s iw a vehement "Yes," also set afT with did not. a* a ( predecessor,Intondant pro.tam.;

; 'In1 deposited here for Middlcburg, Mandarin, and EDTVABD HOPKINS wa* nominated for the Senate those w ho work f.,r it But who, midir the sun, the brace of exclamatory ornaments, written down ply! with our Oa motion of Councttmao-CoTer-lie but cC'

.Magnolia oa Thursday last Onr old favorite, and elected without a d'ssentlng voice.CotrMBcs shall say what-will alWayS save the Democratic. by th a iut.rroitor hlrnaoIC. So those two are disposed place his refusal, was was ordered be paid.-

t Ckpt WiHcjv wu duty worn *s a U. S. carrier, Deew and S. B. THOXNOK were nominated party f A party as vaRc.lUtmg as the winds uf.heaven of. But' wa iy.iuhdlikc to aaV Cohaazy," of these &-oUoQetnia; AtasuaaUefS..TyleeeinchM -

4nw ;boat, w are happy to learn, has antcipa- m for the House .Representatives and unanimoujily w.th: us many paints ou its coat of arms, if 'either the "Marlon Whigs," or the Mttd.sou -lutionss- ee*

.zed nhe action of Contra*" in calling the /SartA elected. a* Joseph had of dyes in hi*coat of"many colors." Democrats, are goin to attempt to do-what be hQ will-lt-S ; ---p- .

7 fpaUUy into requisition in tKa JTusioa of speed Tbe two latter gentlemen were called up and But whjrc, iu this: instance, was thq party drilLng? supposed by his question}P" < reference sustain to ; nwa?IMruwratifv t.s'

.'.., and 'travel,"and baa gone into the dissemination accepted. their nomination: amidst round of up- Here was a S.uthriz measure, supparted by Dam After th.s, it cems that" Cohanzy" indulges lo timtagioua : ; adjourned tiaT Mdar8 pl tB.that .
vfmttib. fiinoof men." pUuse.Edward ocrata at the North, who bad never been knowu to "a little ct1ectiou.an4 that, too, djponcjcct of Savannah,
-- hopkins not being present, the Secrcta. breathe other than curses exist : --- _
on slavery, and slave: prejudice urjparty cousideration, and is brought ; : -: T
vTb atoaner IfelaLo made her usual to
trip instructed -
ry was to inform him of his nomina "
holders. A measure, altogether just in its principle {o the conclusion that no party can govern a,, ville,.-we. c :
Uuf pjnao on.Sunday last, ,Capt Jung presenting tion. -
*, iii together unnecessary even if practicable, free" Republic, whosa priaciplea"are not in ihirmony cjursa *
t the eertiicata of health from the .Ingjnformed
E quarantine officer'at'Dames'Point Tba for which -
purpose theConvention bad ; filer WtUltt
asacmbled altogether impracticable even if 4c. with the ,
necessary, altogether poopla. JTow, we shall accusd"mr held thfe-Jomf srI*
landed public jneeting -
lie all who AnaL iu in
passengers having been thus ,
satikfactorily/accoin* hazardous ti the f friend ot
'kid pence our Country < tetng'a little waggUh withal,iwd of
Wen from 'Savannan within five day the'tejriot and Grotbv, Esq; publishecD'and BeoluIonsOWap
plisbed many Whig being present uot members fully an fcxempllficatiun of a M torch iu a magazine," throwing out that suggestion for the benefit of his said ; ; *
reduced I
to that
of tbe convention, tbomeeting rcaolvcd itself aetzed upon tyjhose who had principles own political'friends fused by said )
who need
; -TWmber the wasaUolandcd favoring, och Jnstruction, ; of the n'tlaAoQ't Itie,
; freight but the mail
: into ft committee of tba. whole on. the stato of tha tho8 who had principle and o\ for should and
.k wert withheld,"** tbe officer of the boat was not opposing those with ) tha'Whigi, who have ever objected toeclng i bation ofthe feel itXr dufjr to rtst*
party. no principles at all, because had been ehosea : aboent'ailthttnathc
; and | tuny party "govern afreo BopnbUa'r JTho ; 2ice
cnBUtcd.rynder the town regulation to- -\ : ,
'j con- The
Committee addressed L. I. -
mitt to'the was by Fleming, manufactured for the purposeof Retting- up an next thlnjf b does is to inform us that all tha' A Samuel ) ; -
-l ptso
I poetoZce; the postmaster, 1!.'A. Corruth, G. W. Call A. S. Baldwin U. D. '* H. '
; identify an 'inJitUwitity, for the Democratic pIe ia, tbw State and in the Unite-d. States ;: &
orernfta arc ,
; : the wharf _
; before
J- : upon aa to receive Hollaed and J. W. Bryant". Isaac -- "
'tbJ wflsyTb.; similar party. Jumped at lyl'reiideut: PJERCB bocausd it; DemocraU1, 'A Cict Woxeoediaty'rcretto'I *. A. S. i ._ i \ EISBEE* CiOY4
proceedings were ou the The _
wasTuiuoimous ,
expression That our candidates was a measure ifpoi ; :_ -
which Next he
$ irrf49tb. WtUla on"her return Montfry ,* from the JarD.V demands in' "iaTpartial pirtrdpvtion J. G. : : -:--- "vdw' -
1 trip on for
aro'jood meu'and true,. pcifection their party drilling the Democrats /of I -
every gift ot God, ;* matter whicij ; r
; apxprehsad .On motion
n3websreitmayb Mid
; mail ,
no and will receive
they richly the could'aU
deserves Cheerful be broughtrto unite -
but which ibm ba "thisworld -- ,
I upon can get no "material fcid'i' Ia ;
fWe fld.i
jy$, ao< {rcat ( ineonvjaience -
thereby. Capt of >
support Whig in the County -
J from '
Whig; tbfir WJA Of ia
parlydrit1inj., could I ,, *arrying4ouL"It'baio < to'what tbo.Tampa -
,,,., ing$t tc/I ea Jlopday evening that his course in That the Wb: cf Duval js L-Swtrt -- -
;. I .'. rtfr4 loliho'inajl WM under lujtruction By anict iustically, on old gs Tum Ur, '.ru.unjta cordizillrinthii. BOttaec unite! nor prganzesiopposton. Jforthcrn : herald:calls titicai.-. And, finally,j after;; -tlojf be : dayVsmceVfof eftrj ee u iaryJapoH 9 *J JoeJhiw

iI I .of tbe'council the quarantine offlv day. at Democracy, hot from the hybrid bed of fanaticism, becoming ympathetib,'nd expressing his sorrows I jraniiah and t et Wtlv to fcair d rtlii** 1
motion it required
the chair
appoint and of every'faction tongue and
SHfr?! *._ roef ii profession, camovnd.pfaced f>r Cubsdowntroddc&IreliincV/CluX 'and I !
to ba enforced until fur' an Executive Committee of 6> Svboso ; A. St they !
therords& e, duty it lta mcat "ofliriDg"-' the: altar of some other, countrie Co anaiy?proolalma 'to the ; _
thall be to appoint acouim.Uce of vigilance,in party. Duugta* officiated as, Inconse-buruor world the 'of opy
while t tI' sovereignty, not'only the
4ThqeU6 few at Charleston toot being report. each tl joplc I Po t Office 1 doflliook1heEalL *
precinct ,
o County, and to adopt all the round dinced '
any congrcgatioa about fur barely but of immediata Justlca -
joy *nd Truth I" To :
.d than half tbe ratio of death -.Upon these i l v
jt 4 presenting morti$ other measure ncc *sirr for the ) > ,
ihdroug'j brgan.izatioi Tba whole party to a lino, and at the raarlr. But this, wesay only, JaojAndyasting tila pardcin
ft urriDf at' faTanpali to the latest intelligence of ,( lowed ; ;
4% op ) tiut Wh g Party in the cotuing"c.mtefct': tbaWhtg went neither for ottguMtlta aparty. If anylhtngfiinprgpcr or rudofiaji'boea eaid, andyours'Mr. I- Uolau4! Cot.11. ;; Stoe'P
dM,Carolina WM t4 to land her TUe chair "
pcrrn passengers II.
appointed D. Holland
fi W. Alsop, But each 3ndiyidual fir
wentfavorably'withi'or io'op- .'Editor; saying a-m'uch I subscribe to'tltt detay ft Ihi
.*- mall*'aid frpgl oa Ju'e>dy UV ypoa preseotiiig G. W. -CjOJW.! .(1rceau4.Juh D. McKinhiy, position to the measure, as"tlie complexion of hi* J'V mtfaU Pt ,Wben, :
tr rlh*;c _>fibe UArantijjoofficert' We learn such Executive Committee motion 'of ; -
own filling led him s he igniog hi ; ;';
af : &
e- own reason, sMIL0s1.J '
V. flut ahonld the'ritio of death be found inip4MiInCharletoB. publish,'It-
on At s Lite hour the meeting, jn Ligh pIriU udjottmed either; ;
frivolous. .
good or Then _
wbcro tho .
; ,wa* : -
I 4miLir reArietionjT'irni be ..- a Swart
t with three cbocr lor the -
candidates, party-drilling? With Whig or .Democrats? It We would ruoade'az) .icia&4nib
-say to th apectht'oivsponen t Oa
> pticoil 5 tbi ItotU p.fltyfli .- DECOTT3, is true, tincetJie introduction of that-'fill, that wearo of th y w, Sober Truth**' that"w Wnk4httufsappreherideii not .
: ihp*of f avannah and ehould the ditMMV
f t'hairnt'in,
glad they party-drill 'enough'to1 carry itthrough. t position with 'reference to tin av wportia Ihi defr&ft
-I j 4 > > tb$ restrictions upon the LIYLgaIwa.Sf'ry.. But twe>bject to their want of candor Oraduatioa, and w *haH'try'to'lnik! "'ounclf! RepeetftzRiynJ; -

; t ;: Th: t-i41io44ied; :reordingv! lii f! ilninjr- fntimfnl rtf pmiljaf yorrkod t.JL j j.ss: undejitnod nertwcek : V ; ; :-

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'( ibJcir,aatiuactioii. With. thinoueyand'pprepriate as,well.as,I leaser 8 :ci retro: J.ectively'onWepas 10wth aVe aiTpav-the claims with',L'P' 'c :' :si ,. eat : '

:juonfrTor expend:-ifjke: President were the' ru.w t thoiitStirtheiacti non !but- "SupeiOfl.I tvlaat! : 3dj; ejto;;. ., "> ;.' : BQ810:1s. ;, J,, r. I: 'E 'LU ,
these act*,- the Secretary j 1110 Stalfr thenit .1'nDda.. Bdyflrtnd_ genniae. pMsJy, ii".1)1t .. S : .
might answeribr '
the aa4.
oat : the part"orCong'" ;' defeat thetcxjireaa. injuaciioa of(.the r-,!'.., ....--- "" ,y..', oUlectieiDe..1 Stationery, ,

Treasurybaa for no the.appropriation of these SeCTetaryiDfto-day.'trppn. hjs new..impmsioJ13. -; ;: 'There is'Sa* special iresiEon,now to l -. 1nSt ., { r-....:.. -.u.x.. : .- .HALL. P. t.KoLl.OCC it"fl: Tduf6stetri; ,. r .AND FANCTGOOB"
faxir npon 'payment :of the Jaw .to allow to W. fl.'Bauei 1t..D.Frog f84lTrwY. '
be stated -which precl des alldoubt: reasonable doubtu tto r'8tJ8Z1l1Una
hispautljority! : 8'nB1
The plain tenor of the law By vtrtiwof Mtbority in by tew vested.I C. \r%W'DT.I. D.ProCoMedIci1 Vfip.tdjr, t :
jlaias. claimants. millions. ".arrears ,on accounts n-my-Ttnind-on.thi8jionit.-.-. in the'premises,'that:doubt should"be offer fur. nth first Monday fq October IL L. Dtaa, 1L.3L llroCJUaUm'.3tedica la f JN."IlES N
that be may pay bra loss*thin .Bat,bcfiw the Court Hoaae.donr in the .
ig wholly disposed of ,ten Wtwenty referredto Theripenttcs. ,
The of .Xelsqn
opin?n' Mr. .. tdCorigfes3Vinprder town vf.J .Eua6.o.ckot
conditions *ckKonviUe, witbia tba legal hours of I:. IL MAKTIS,M. D, 1TC of IiwtJuu* fXa&
'the. treaty on prescribed ; .years ago by the'secretary in "'above,.-was rendered iipoh the to have it :detiermiBed by.that body salp, Uwulbllowing property,to wit gTbo cine. '- ....EBICAJJ'To WORKS.-

those conditions' are, that n certain office at that time. Bat such a course claim Zcplw.n; ah. Kingsley,, sustaining whether'the same 'supervision i shall half lot,known in'the plan of said town as J. O. HOWAHJ- SI.:D',Prof Anatomy.' .which 4te'ttUttkn sfM.J3qJ .tJ.
or commissioner," as he isDenominated to No. seven<7.)in square So.thirty-three (:.) lying J.: B. RUb M. D, ProC of F.thokgKal Lut- tlarocp.t".1aited w.11. % ..
seems mo wholly incompatible with The the Secretary continue to .exist )lo&roe Bonrnkd the '
jurisdiction : or ome ubtituteanthoritr'be oa ftrvelf. on cut by WIlT,and DeiiMnntntor Attatootr. eu.scaiii.ijurn' -
in one of the acts, shall our institutions ; for the errors, iferirors and disposing i -of the qucStion'of. providedto exercise the Hcnderson.on the west:by Dibble on the south by J. J. Watt, M.D.f AssisUnt D-aaotistraUw ofAaatomv oJ .
; -V
the loss and .Douglas,on the north by'llouroe street. .1 .
: tare examined alleged there, be,in the acts of jauy former interest as,*thing no Jpngerybpcn,for supervision.rNp.other'--cp.urse seems levied ou a.'the property of$imeo $.Tyler r pJUE'REGULAU CtmraecfL&CTi7kzsin tars InJL -I mIck wifl La.c..) stPM.4.tiPlIrce.nf .

decided in favor of the claimant ; .officers of the treasury.' rerepa- discussion:-:(Opinions. tid. 1B51; 'p, to me.tobc. compatible with any posThleconstrntionof -'and llarparet,C,Tyler,.h wile to a tisfr a. *rfueiat stituton will commence on the first Moud y .., .44j, .JIpIWI4JU-_.,
-"i '
with the ,from Jo.stcc.a.l'wrt of .Daval -
decision evidence a in
issued Sovember and '
his rable terminate in tb*dnowing March. -' "
that by constitutionaF.ines ; -
?nameI 1658)) the acts of Con in 'S. STyler ; 'u* or
eonntyv the all"of Foter and ftereits ra. 1'reliniinary lectures will be delivered from.1._
oa which it was founded, shall be ro.ported I lvt an appealtorCongre3s.: jurisdiction Thereafter' Kingsley. applied 'to gress. and Margaret C.Tyer'lu4 wife .LcvitU un cLay, the 16th day of October,until the commence. ,,$. NEuee..', .
to the Secretary of the Trea- by meUu*Angtut 834.15*:: meat of the Regular Course fat which po additional YL -.' -- A .
'of: the; in Jt
matter for' and
relief his In would'.bea -
every Congress petitionwas "my.judgment .
latter is : JAMES: TCfZAST: ,.ONt4..Auust.3t..1s fee will bertqirred- Ktndmts. have free access .
the ,
surf, aud thereupon! such case'rightfully bslonga .'to* that considered, and 'in consequence violent and .reprehensible' stretch ,.- .. to the Medical and Surgical Wards cf the SA- ; ;'

tritli the evidence before him, to con- b&nchof thegCY nm nt.! Although 'thereof, upon! .report by Mr.ashley, of executive authority for the, secretary BY T. ..rt"J,author.ty.in me.bv law vested. I vanaab IIocpitaL. This extensive cbxrity tbi !Is under 1'"
off: lor sale the Uw medical control of two member of Faculty 1f
and determine whether in his '. oa first'Monday in Oc
eider in the_present ca.se.thc secretary-can the following resolution was adopted of .Treasury, in thecircum-> tuber n v before tba Onort House-door in the by whom clinical lectures are delivered. In addition Wholesale. au : lTT-r-.at.

own conscientious judgment, the decision disregard rightful jurisdiction of on the 3d:of August,.1846:vii : stances of the.prescnt case,when Congress town of J.ek unTiUe, within"'the hours. of to this they hire ample opportunity J.learning 'Charlestoz&C., ,

reported was "just und equitable. that.lK>dy.over the question and go ReSolved,. That the petition of by the act p f, 182"J imposed on salthe Known feUowinp in the plan propertr.of said to town wit M; the.;west half which praitieut open daily medicine to patients.Uw ,Culkgd'Climque. n.

If he Ixj satisfied of thw, but back-to:revise .action'bf all his Kingsley :B. Gibbs; executor-"Zophaniah -' him a duty supervision for the ..se of hit >*:seven ((7) in square,NnthirtYoth Daring..pact sessioo upwards of two handrcd slats Ooodt 5 o .l.WZ6lWfQl5Q;
f 25,>lying Monroe cases were prescribed iIr, and Surricaloperations' 1.000.qf W./SIJl MXllJES 100 N'If t
otherwise he the claim on street. Itmmded the_t over thirty ; >tttm.
jiot may pay predecessors in the premises, becausethe Kingsley, deceased; and the curity of the jmblie tr asure againstthe by HeD: .on the weAt by ibblon the soatik crfunue
out of the standing appropriation standing appropriation enables accompanying document, be referred possible errors of territorial and by Djupkts, on. the north by 11.mn.street.- at the Cl uque. J/a/ riaZlorAnat-iniical the acts. Levied on a*the property gimom S. Tyler and | >nswQI U abandantiy s>p"U &. .F_: Mat.riculatioo -Blitah. F" SeneamFeast. .. ,I1- .,
provided by him to do it, still in so doing; to the Secretary 'of the'Treasury:and dUtrict judges-when by the act of Margaret C. Tyler,his wifr, to satisfy a cottjunJicia ,$5; Full Cvursa of Lectures Sloa; Dc- iterrr'iff.;&LoI4mrIaq. M4114 swIism .a
The law docs not SAY the Secretary he would not exercise that wise and the Attorney General,of the'United 1834 Congress reiterated the com \ and decree of the Circuit Ouurt of OaTh mnutratur.IIO Graduation &O. .For further information iftf ff f-i nfT i'r rnmrl .
shall} receiving the of I county, in'the calC if Simeon S.:Tyler vs. Daniel ,ad on report lawful discretion, which Congress States. to report thereon to the Senate mand of 'supervision-when .all his Ceanford. ,Levied on b'v me th* S..th day If August juue.25 __ :_-H..1. BYRD 11.D..Dean. ..ay'n.'W."KISS1tCf.. -

the jndgc, inquire whether the judge expected of him when it conferredthe the first'day of tiLe next session' predecessors have exercised this authority Si4. JAMES VIX7..1XT.-DeyutJ wfff. -S a Island- Roller Cotton Gins. NELso4Awr11L '
had jurisdiction, and, on being power. It is beyond all peradventure of Congress.1 (Senate Journal, 1st for thirty years, and for near August 811S4. TilE subscriber, grateful fur the liberal patro. Wltolevale Dra id-Ae.,& '
of_that, treat the decision as fi- I that he ought to disburse session29th Congress, p. 471.) ly twenty years without challengewhen -Jacksonville.P.-SWART'wiU Female Institute this oppurtunitv-of which he inform has been the thtf Planter recipient of,takes SEA 17 lU r YE!JT..clU.JLZSXOr SIGN OrrllE
the of
ual and conclusive, and pay accordingly this money as discreetly as if he That this'resolution was intendedas for all that period the parties MISS Institution nn the resume 11th September xluarge ISLASP COTtOX, that ho coutlnu. to maau tc- u44.,1odth4J.'laY.Es.ef x.rLauuxoarjit t Y

; but the evidence is to be reported were under the necessity of presenting preparatory disposition of the acquiesced in the.exercise of such authority at luwood Ct.Uaire. opposite the reaidcuss of Mr. tnre the latest Cotton improvedRoller Gins: ,Double and Single, Prwgs JNdw,DrgitU'Stay Fwt&ilPJAW

I to hiw, and he is to determine annual estimates of the whole of interest these whenthe the :Swart on Furyth struct. at lowest for the and of itut liatrmmftit, TJyt Stvft P.'loswrir. \
same to question on rig-htfnlness.of I Terms per quarter of eleven weeks, from tl to the rotes durability quality ,..-. _Li1s.,. Pai4uM: ii
,lv i inspection of that, whether Con rt.'Ss.- claims, is proved by the following authority, and the rule of decision by i 83. lustructiun hi drawIng, ..,extra the Gins. Apply' at the following *_ cftrt tit tl..iowe.I' m.wLst prm,. .JIe.SAOatI \

the decision was just and equitable. While, for all these reasons, it extract from a report the Senate which its exercise has been governed, August SI,IS-'MJ-Em. A Abler t Iloeg"JacksunvUle'OS."I,:Florid Pit nc euaJain.histo4cnJ*.,tI.l:. DraQ4 tIH"1'J ,j.pirch M.tsi4o -.

i It is imjKjifible for.me to doubt that would be unwise, in my opinion, for by Mr. "Westcott, the year followingthe have been deliberately affirmed by SMALL FAlt-M For stuatetl;: Sale l on Little: Pottsburg S.M!B.srs.ThtunusoD Richard A& Cuk Co,,BLtck. '"Creek, Florida.. M CZse8iY.. ".CtIfIr. s.rvJa1t, p.Lgworrea ti ti
I such i it the tenor of the acts, and the the Secretary: of the Treasury to reopen 3d March, 1847, viz : the unconflicting opinions of all the A creek, near the St. Johu'a river: and four Beuet .t Teisdell PaUtka M. .' a-y t

explicit intention of Congress. of himself questions so fully It has been urged upon the committee Attorneys General to whom the consideration miles below Jacksonville. It ctmttitis 19S S-lOth George L. Brown,'SewTWJOavillc, CAMPSEN J9I1IIO1F
acres, and has upon it a dwelling containing two T.D. D\x Uinerul Springs '
lint it i is said such an enactment i is and so lung adjudicated all in one that inasmuch as these claim of ths question had been rooms;with a kitchen and unt-hoases. 53 head of P.lIum'-'nI. CentrevUlage. Georgia.S. GKISTXTIILLDHSvGeneral '

in violation of the treaty ; that pro- way, and especially after the ample ants have been denied payment of referred-when the court of cattle 100hogs. and some other ,l'y ke of McCall. .4 Importersand --Dealerr
supreme oxen, with S carts and 3 horses,tore aI offered fi.rsale. Ba sent St ('oflinsThdrs' TIUI, 0eorg. Corn.
*> Oats rul"Bra
ecu of law' means a judicial proceeding discussion of it in the'last third of ." Hay, ,Pens% :
opinion of t their claims, for almost a a the United States has. emphatically JACOB SCililTKLlX, Proprietor.Angust JmeiL King.I 0. /4srKoRrIIu..sZirzr..
I ; that the action of the judge is Mr. Crittenden it is due 31,1854 ,X;harder "'x. Savannah "
to explicitness century since the injuries were inflicted affirmed it-when Congress,being at 41..Uotice. t VUAJSLESIOX& KX.

judicial, nnd excludes all other action to say, that his view of the interest ; and upwards of twenty-five length notified of the. question has .J,11.Wny ljnon.tiug.,Bethel Bavanaah 4. S.-.AX. ordtn. kfljvi'Qt4t. .;fl.pvmp Ijatteidolj.

I ; that no scrap of judicial b'e authority question precisely accords with ': years since the treaty was finally ratified taken charge of it, and i is waitingfor J S C.citzcns BKOWK of Jacksonville would respectfully the aorruuudin inform the; Ttaou Ileyward 4 n'chanl.&; Dawson Waynesville;Charleston, Georgia., South Carolina J. CAMPSEK.n3y .".PJ.?;! 'F.mfOBST._

t can constitutionally vestedin my own, to the effect that, althoughif though the justice of them has information from the Secretary, country,that he has located his Store on Day street The Subscriber keeps on hand, at low prices: ,, -. -:.'' _

t the Secretary of the Treasury. the question of interest were anew 'been several times admitted by reports as preliminary to a determination 'of orPU'Canova's:e.,Dr.where Baldwin's be offl-r.Office fur sale and at near wholesale Bisbee andretail 4 Boxes and Brushes.,* He. ,"also-, repairs Gina, at That new and nplcxMlid p&

I reply first, that the successive legal one the of authority of committees of the itself in such circumstances and lowat;. TEE DULLS'EOTJSE .
weight legal one or the question by a large well-selected tock of Dry (Gtwds PenLos in want of Gins will peace! direct their ,
adviser of the government have might lead to a different result other house of Congress, that an allowance it would, it seems to me, Boots and sbes, Groceries and ProviMons.Hardware ordcrsito the .ubDcrib..r. at *t. Miry's. OeoT4*.or. .cl-W..1M nerifJIdajm4 Qisma.

decided that the l lavr i is constitutional from the existing one ; yet the received by way of interest or in- be a flagrant usurpation of power for ware,and For Cutlery sale at eitremclr; also a large low price lot of fur Crockery-cash in to his f gents., Angnat SJ, 1:1.THOMAS 1. VA2ICLJaclPaunvilk fS3 ax atx a 3.cs LS&eeXl'-ea C to tsx.:' O..

and proper; that every Secretary of rule must now be regarded as: creased indemnity should be -made to the Secretary to review, overrule, hand, by. .J. C. 1:1:0wN.Jnne2,18.3 'Pa '.iui > vt-d Pa teat Circular' .&/_. M *ttylt-iut cce.Lids.t ff tU
; ro Sttt York tvHtt tU
City cf fee
i the Treasury, from Mr. Hush down, the law, uhject only to the judgmentof them and reverse the decisions of all his a SAW-SHILS. tiotef.&snZir. aMi ,,zr"flJjPdli4.vpn.

has exercised the uutho'i h' : that, in the Congress, which can if it will. I .-Whatever may be assumed to be predecessors, and to make a new rule r-pnE undersigned Notice.in under the necessiiy of 1 lf aGE PAGE i CO, Sorti Sehroedtr, near '.T.s.iIc1L1RsoZ f
agaia ,
pacing the act of 1831: Congress do what it has done : of these to _L \Jf iJI. JxtliiiROrt-slrettZllaltimortrZU-f rwpeclfutly nS-f }
not yet prescribe the merits cases, as going of payment, without exercising that .calling upon those indebted to him to conic aifnnn the ,that hive in- -
public they
expressly reaffirmed in this respect law the conditions from the of forward without; further delay and pay up. Aa it CA2IHKOVy COn
: by and circumstances exempt them operation supervision in the premises which is ereastSl their manu cturUli esLibliahment.ana are
w his intention to make some changes in his business ImportersofChinaGlassundEarth'en'wnre -
'I' what it had previously done in 1823; : ; under which interest shall the general rule, that the United \"c1y'commanded by the acts of the ensuing fall he is compelled to clone bill now jjrepared to execute all orders w.th promptness I J {
I >T their celebrated PATC5T POKTABLC CIBCCLA& : : ,
that the claimants have accepted the Ix allowed by the officers -of theTreasury. States do not pay'iutcrcst, inasmuchas Congress.I present arrangement by the l't of July. All ac f SAW-MILLS,which; have given so much xatis'fitctiin w JETsCrJzzZ'czLiRLmT
counts unsettled at that time will be in the .
of the Secretaries construct throughout the Union,as also SnAil Pow- ., a
jurisdiction as a--
II this of interest all the therefore the '
question on recommend '
hands of the oflicerH for collection.
proper elf all sixes; sod kinds. lloajE POTTIES. GUST K,r.-cixnox, w.L-wmaa, ..u.
I by them, and that twenty orthirty As to the other points involved, claims (of 1812 and 1813"and 1818)) inatter be now laid before Congress, His remnant of stock saved .from the fire is now MILL ERS }. and various other Machines aud Implements JPiZi Arppfy Omntry XnnLMIMtCaIs U fiUrL'vHatu
offered for cash.TUEODOKX
. years of construction thus accepted" that the conclusions of my predecessors heretofore allowed, has been made a I in the form required1 by the resolu- at original. cost HAKTEIDGE. for DDoiuisiBg labor. *Low!ttau4 tity &".tttjf' M_Xf" J'ari .
Siifce their CnuCJSAw.MII.U '
- POHTABLB : were .Zjew.e. awiHOS
i ha* given it as complete have my own cordial assen ., it subject of spccialmemorial to Congress tion of the Senate. May 2-4th.18-'. Jill _ _ invciietl by,'and patented to.their: aeuior partner '

:'t sanction as it is possible for any law seems hardly necessary for tne to say, at last session, and' referred by I jflo, very respectfully, your Obedient Natics. they have made many improvement.which render manufacturers fl&of rLLLLW,Sbam-tebed T I
ihen erfoctin.all their detiil and justly entitle
J to have. have been r I lIE nndcrsignpd having disposed of his entire I
: after they adopted and the Senate to thettornef General, servant Ltbo -
JL them'to be considered among the first t'iD. : -
stock of DRY GOODS to Jlr.ISAAC ROBERTS, CdJt-nr.
4 I reply further, if it be still urged, confirmed by a recent decision of the and Secretary of the Treasury, for C. GUSHING.Hon. bikes pleasure in recommending him to all his former iuacliue of the age. > '
I that the notwithstanding Irieudi and ,trlu desirous of ob- A kampfalet otntainicg full.descriptions of their SugarSftnorfuaKtfLmto'mns.lxnen ar l. 1
I .provision, Supreme Court. their report to Congress, it is deemed JAMES GUIHRIE, patronn seveJU elwMtt ff JfUit. frietn, tema,capacity for .
.L for Cash. R. wUl
taming good bargains &C. &e. '
it has the sanction of twenty years'acceptance action tc.., will by letter be furwardiid :' -
t The case of the United States vs. proper to defer any definite Secretary of the Treasury. keep no books. T. IIAKTIUDUE. tawiyy na app '269 YGSflECtrALL3D" .r :
and approbation is un xiii claimed in, these .. July 20, j5.4. to any gentlenun wanting one.' "
I Fcrreira, ( Howardp. 40,) was of as to the interest 11 jring receutty obtained Auaayet in an action .rt V1.:1 .
constitutional and therefore of no a claim under the ninth article of the cases till such report is made, and till There were 12 death from Yellow Fever in Charleston Groceries, &c.5fK brought in.the C;$.Circnit: Court for the District na-.. f'. -Syrup :
I then far the 43 hours eudinff September 1st > bu' heIR Com of Maryland,for an mfringcmuut of their Patent I
force; it is for Congress to provide Florida treaty, appealed from the the question as to its allowance in Lie aasitut 'Y.BAlIK8-aee.., I
KigbjM; they Lercby tear miUie.
'Ihe rcmt'd). It i is manifest that District Judge, for the purpose of, the other cases i is brought forwardfor For the prrrious 24 hours, 1 death is reported.The ;o boles hogsheads liar;Baron'Sidos, eA.fig f1'; uAaaMatriitd bt'Mrrt ariitir.iijenlt.Address' fur. .SO.U'IL1l".V'E ST'C/Ll.RLESXD3,8. .J

Congress did not intend to have the testing the question of his powcr.and decision.7' (Senate docs.,2d sens.. -2Iereury of Saturday says'e regret to 45 barn-Li Mess Pork '.,.'- GEORGE PAGE & CO., Leroy 3L.thieyc.. :. "";,
I state that the number of.new cases during the last '15 barr Clarified Sugar. ;. 2f.S hrwder.1WS1'Baltimurt-st Bait! jnore.il J.,or
.! decision of. the judge final ; it did that of the S retarr. The Chief 29th Cong, vol. 3, No. 222, p. 18.) two days has considerably: :. The, report 5 .4' Powdered aud Crashed JoaN CLARK j1ro..it&sifZJo.BJUJ.nnrA-Ti z ru ; ,:

. not intend tint the should be rc\-ievs.the 10 LeafLird, _angT, ? _Jictsouville, Florida. lmpw n eTv_ ,'
money Justice elaborately whole It is a material fact, corroborative of the City: Blister shows,also, a large increase .. Eaqawric.ua t.WF.zzSl .
, Canal Flour 'i G : ..
P lh7 :
paid on hi simple certificate; it did subject, and the .f conclusion of -the of the conclusions herein stated that mortality." ___ S_ CO fid sacks Tennessee Flour ....:; avannaI .& < ljarIcton.Wardlow ttltf tatlanJ.- a3B3iiaT 7
; )
;;: ;) not intend to open the treasury to Court will be well understood from on two occasions since ,the reference interments, i ia SaTannah, fi/rthc week 10 boxes Fade and 5o. '1 Soap,,., ..-':: ._ --
5TTbe :
U the mere fiat of a subordinate court, the following extracts: made by-Mr. Ashley's r olutionCon. Gtf from boxes boxes$ Candles' '- "'qJ,: :' Walker & Burniide,. kJ1'.AR1ir ".
I ending'ZOth: August, were 82, including 10 Candy, j'. Factors and Commission erch'ts Direct InirtersandWhoIes Dca.irsi -
:.: exempt from appeal ; it did not intend The treaty certainly created no gress has in effect sanctioned the past Yellow Fever. 2t>dozso Brounu % cIL4h,1J.'io.);s. c. Uardareutler'yGffxz&c.' '

-t. to impose upon the Secretary tribunal by 'which these damages I Iwere action of thaJTreasup'Department in On the BOth the interments, were'. .15.,"Including 50 5 reams dozen Buckets Wrapping Paper,, (..r--.",". '-'-. WEI' Will long will: or short staple for Cotton thosowho or any send other us -- 't3fr XEETI.W Ii 27Lt2.
the bare ministerial duty of countcrpiguiug 1:from YeUowFeTer.. BuoU and Shoes '' prodnc": bUYl1rpl YwrZc Chit CktrrlattmUoltt.CAKOLLKA
to be adjusted!, and gives no authority these cases. i 2,000 pairs produce free commission.: ; : .; '

.i i whatever the judge might re to any Court Justice to inquire By.the private act of March 3d, Ou the Slat, interments 1C-from Yellow P.vcr, All 2iVt fur dozen sale Cotton low for llosc.xuili,'bv.' -' W,A.W..t. L.U.or AbbeviHe S.C. C :,&. .a

la port. If the jurisdiction thus created iuto or adjust the amount 181'j, it is enacted that the claims of IS. ,Junt5:: iS4. .3. .nr.ows. G.WAULEB,.ABcaasioeoflisniburg.R S. C. .. 'CLOTHIKG>EPOT, .
ThTolrand Lewis,PalatL
Fever 3. O.
On turd.ll1ait, the interment from JeJei '
.r t unlawful and improper it does which the United States-were to.pay. .\.Idrca}cll1 John Cape, John 6.MARIN5. Lime, &c. .na. S o3yA. !61..n.VIS' U ,
&* 'I not follow that the Secretary the to the re:5pcctivc'puties wh '-llaa BeardonjandyFrancis: Pass, arising were 5 I -"It BAEnELSTkoinn.toa Lime A CbmpkU Atwrtauutd ." 1l Cfa Liq
" JUl'U 20 kegs Nat1'lbegs1ioCoffc., ..31.Factor JlANIGAILT, j'ttnMiaf Gvrl, yjultmlt, vtd a.dOil.-eL1
: Treasury or the Attorney General is, suffered damage .from the causes under the Florida treaty',may;be adjudicated lIST-POaT, JACKSONVILLE Commission Merchant, rtfjtt arruteJ in rrprvttnkd. .," ; ."*i '-

.. I by construction, to break down all mentioned in the': -.tv. It rested tQ final settlement pursuantto '- EXTEI D. 4 barrels Syrup Tanderhorst Wharf Charleston- S.CL'HOPICIXS :coizr..i1.,Pi./r _LLZT7 I't. '

the safeguards with -which Congress : 5cp.1, niig.'W"..,Iy,Putnam.Bnjtoo. 2 hogsheads MolasM| 'n3-6 -- '
with Congress to provide one, according the acts (f' 1823'and 1834"provi; .. .* tt Wacctmaw, Humphrey, 1 hogshead Porto Rico Sugar: -.. S : A; L'HVLL'CO3,1' T'

endeavored to surround the subject to the treaty stipulation.But .- ded the parties show: good cause for .'a. 2.. tlmpif. !!racdn, f .* ". ,4"3 boxes barres"\Vbise1 UanuCtcturod, .Tobacco, OKS 3.cow, -w.JSO.a.JU PL111U.HCWOS ayp71 mO m1 _..
Main 10
and thus'leave it without U1It'i: when that tribunal their .c1 ims Sclir.c4.tIIiui..ftfd'; Ellcworlbt I nrcsos & coFactors 133.JIEErL.T'fJ STJ '.
was appointed ) :not having presented it u a. l.rjmh, >onng Newo in- 5 barrels Bain, HOPKINS -,
'a our duty in such a case to" say not it derived its "wholeauthority within the tin e prescribed by the latter ". 4, 'HrtD.'IinaF..r, New lotk. I: &barrels gin-. h. ,-, aud Comlui lli'n Mere' Hear Chazlestaa 1lot. ,Ch3rJestaR..r" .

. I that the decision of the judge alone, from the law creating it, and not from [ act. Thus it is that the case of 5, lUrfc Iltcls CLEABED,I'KlfTtun",_ _" ; June For sale S2,18.cheap>t. for' :ca&h;by' Jf. ,EnOWL.. '.* 'Accaminodaiion. WUarf Charleston. S.C? L s.'IIVZ4 $ _r.DJ"- WZL'AD.'Ch2mber .

* contrary to the indubitable purpose the treaty, and Congress had right j j Francis Pass, through his administrator Srpt 2, Pctir.Tlnrencfl/tlopkui*, Pninkrert _:' HUDSON. riJina & con. ,.It'Ci ;; ":
Groceries.. -
. | of Congress, is final, but that, if the to regulate its proceedings_and limit I I .Fcrreira; comes before the Department ."a".A U,,, ftti."::.Pirrixo Maiwllin'ISorrinit.Wteeler-, BosWw.- ? -; -received,per Lucretia,**,and for sale- low n3-y Xo.94 Factors Bay street Savannah dc. Ga. Importers. and Jobbers OfDtTYG O4IP

i parties be not satisfied with the mode its power, and to subject its .and ::.so. before 1J'epremo Su 'Au,'. :.3I-, .,Anjinetl."aua. W.IhadDllIsNew Elweil, Bmeh"8N''r'rI iuN. Y. JUST. Cash; .. AV5I. K. RYAN, 143JLEL'I1YQ'3771zrr- ; 0p..JlJ.sr." .-
of fmtcrvision] which the act provides ions to the coutrol of. dt.'ciS'1 .COurt.-rlX Stat. at large, 'wkio'Cfl-e. : CflARLL3TON.5 1Z.
an '** Java Coffee, ,nprrior article! Cotton Factor & .eD') Com'n JUerchaat, -
then their claims must remain tribunal, if it deemed \ 788.) Taxed 'Tnx U Ta1s t: 3 barrels P.edifiedThkPy, u3-y Boyce&.Co.s Wharf;Charleston S. C. B. W &.J.,P.PocE tlk .,...

: unsatisfied until Congress shall I see fit do .* -* .* anothcr.privateuctof the 20th _. AND LAST NOTICE. 2 "" OldMonongahel*-" ." .Wholesale Dealer'U b''Q,21 and- ...
By FROST \ .
BO. ff SHALL auend-at Middletwrr (Black Creek) i Superior White Vfiaa Vinegar, A.DA..lIS a 1U4'82; H.tW1V.Sms
1M to interpose and enact othcrtmeans,. of ** It is ioo evident :for argument of January, 1853; similar'provisions mon: iiondar, the 18th a.y .September,at the 1 Unseed Oil, ,' .Factors and Ccmamissioa:'Jlerckants. .--.hila .oJ.us.. .
III the I "word the atore of John U. Richard ; at (Oar Hill, at the J M Sperm* "- ADCCH'S'SOKTH WaAXF,CHAUJCSTOS,a.CWJ11 ._ ny. -. 'i.
wecutiag treaty. n upon the subject that'uch. ,a tribunal nad ;in behalf of Joseph.Arnow.. st<,re of D. C Prescott, oaTuesday,the 19tb4ay of u Crushed Sugar- pay particular attention to JtUe sale.of:Cotton' -sAMUEzcDU 4.'aJ.,_ .
lip party,must either accept that 'snixsrHoncf : l is not judicial 1 one, and that the] (Scssioaacts. p._o.) September'; at Thumasvillc at the hyuse James 6, >o. 1 Soap and other produce 'and the purchase of,family \FboIenle CJoth1ziK.ua ;
the without which each of these acts it is declared Thomas,on W\VeducstJjy.lhe,2 day of September C' v": Champagne Hder.. applies. Their long experience in" the' factorage .
secretary, Act ,of Congress. did 'not .intend .to JSTpwrin Hendricks' at the t.re of Ue rs.Heudrjcks 4'' business mates tlieni think they will be able to 3?Ley f.jII1J.. -,1 .1.\
at : 8t. ,
11J1J 8 Claret, u ,
: the money to pay his claim'cJ.nnot be make it ;Tone The"'authority confer .that the said claims arc- to beI" ; :; & Chess on Friday;the 2id diy of September .2 Old Otard: BrandyOldMadeira. ,:give satisfaction to those who way t&ror than with J.. ,. ._ t_ _. _'. ,-'_

- 4rawn from the treasury, 'or' else he red on the respective! S.was i ..settled by the Treasury as arc otherascsjindcr ;.*t ErowardV ieck at the house of'IU. ._ J, .". '. --, their patronage, and they offer their services. to. the '82.-1 '.
F1or.Ia. irt.Ln
g Planter rod Merchants of East
John,Broward on.Monday, be 25th of f ScpteJn.ber..t3tandar&8 6 Chemical Sperm Candle*, : J01 T:mYUn, Jon1 i ,.
;: most go to Congress for relief. nothing more.than that of a commissioner -. the said :act; that is to 61 the store of Z. Jlogans. ou -2' .. Green Test "Uurrinuw,." 113-6 KTTSBL L.ADAJ1S. K.H. anST;_ J10'1"LA.'IQ. co.es; .'.
On the ith;a.knowledge Tuesdar, lUfc 6ib of Su-pUanber; at'the Court Z' "-, OiHunr" Sea.\ntcb3 ,"-- General Comhi and ShppIaacbaa
other baud if the parties to adjust"cerialnclaimsagainstthe say, ngreS : "
-i House in Jacksonville,tvu,dtiy*,to wit: on Thursday Coils Manilla Cope. '" ', -VM. It'I..TUN. ,,rM; SAYANNAHCA. ". .. .
nttcrly deny the jurisdiction of theSecretary United JStotes,4ind the.office of. of ific action of, thc Secretary of theTrcasury,2 .ihe.28th, and Friday, the 29th.days of. September :'July 20,18L.; 1./ILrBTRIDGg. Factor. ,aud CoaunLisioa=ereh9J .
'at Marmirt Mill, it.Jeku'a,bar. at the Florida Proda .) ..nEBT.F.4.--.!. '
of the and. their respective jurisdic in' the premises; iinplicdly ; "- (For '
I Treasury to supervise judge Post-Office, un Tue d.iy-:the 34 dvyof October; ., _Pork Corn, &c. so.5'SOTLY lFja F. CHARLESTON.niyl9y .whoes..ie Dea1nJaDrrc.
the decision of the judge it is tions are,referred to in the law,mere. recognizes and affirms i ito : and *alljwbo. not pur Uieir,taxe by-thzttime JUST received at the old ataad-. ';. '. lirought.nst.saTn-ll.G-Z

ed, quite.superfluous"for him to discuss ly as a designation of 'the-persons to .It.does:not appear that the.jrcport; will bereturned -defaulters,aCt aia'compelled ;; :! Mess Pork. irOuols IOId bJLeosy.,4sZcoENWEfL
.b1.Ja'T cltise my book_ -=__ ._ Z barrels Prime Purk< OUTER FARNUM.S .
. : *!lth tnem. ,the rules of law by which whom the! authority! is_ confided, and; 'which Congress called on the Secre- -' S jr.u.I011 lcK1. L \ 500 busheLs Corn''" Wholes Grocery,Liquor and ProTision ,F. W.Dealer .-- 5-

> a M''hn} jurisdiction ahalTbemded. the territorial limits ,to which it. extends. arvof the-Treasury and the Attfir- 'Tax Assessor and Collector foe Daval Co; Fla. 100' barrel Floor -' 'De4ler..1"- ia- hardware Catterr,.' '. ..
; TDuring my absence from this pluccJii ai bee 10 sacks Flonr.- ...\'O 1S9 ASZ:AY CSARZESTOtf.flat --'c
. to that condition of mental ." The.decision-not the j udginerit ney General to make in these cases; k CSmovawill act'as my .Agcub'in." Boceiving .100hal' Eastern llay.. -. i coHlaiitlyo- Juiiui a vU leeted Stock fU- '. !O&:1trpDaa.&VANNAB.. fa }
a&fkction lids made. Congress ,became Tuea.Sept1' -' '8 firkins New Butter. ; -- I ad Grerertts which Ae '"*f rl lota.Ordirtfram :'" -"
with the justice and equity of a court of justice. the has ,jet been "."" ._ ,Jane 22Is51. .' 'SJ :WILJ.lA1IS.' yuan, IOLZ.'*ADez: ... 'JA.e. wani.
o of .the claim/which .the law' sup- award of a commissioner." ,,so to speak;, seized! the'subect FOR .T fltta' tit CataiJLfytarfjStyiuulfr9. '-. ftiy :Jf.JL," WAK&EE CO;. : .

nI pose and requires him to :attain, be- "Nor.can. we see any ground' of objection :, and, .is.c 1g.for- information J5LAUdtua A TRACT? OF, on LAJfOnyiu tW ."eJI -aide m the of eotmty Nefrutn'it of 'hay:Street.-Wm.T3Iancliard,op..JIiS5 &-Co.',.Fonndry.' .Term,cash or city:-. 1ip7.j'W. '1Is.4".Factor.and SAVAWKAII.GA Comsaimwa 'eb1aj:.'':'

.we}he,can have power to. draw onappropriation to thc.power revision and upon-'Yhich to act.' : It jnattcrVnothatthe Lake about one mile,'from rrsns Prairie and received, direct from>'cw.York,. A:J.&ADGEB.

- the to make payment.ie .. control given to the Se retarj or.th 'call Tras" made eight ;years twelve miles'from Hicauopy.- The tract contain JUST. ",5 barrel. Coli'"8 J&r; .. '. -Importers of Hardware,Cutlery,G1. i-Je_ krwrf
1,293 eren,about 100 ncres under cultivation, ando 9 :" K :. It cannot judge at all,it is idle for Treasury. When the;United States ago.. The, :questioahos.beei'pending acres more.Dearly prepared for pIan tllt. : ? t"" -".. Sperm.Ou,.. -- 3tf. 54 But i*?!..near On uet' ,-rlUt .
: am.to consider how judge.. consent. submit the. adjustment of all thai time, will,At haf :grownypntothc : About 400 acres of the tract-is good tummockj '10 Whiskey i ,' .. ... Keep eoosUntly on hand a full and complete AtSv- aL J T:
of the balance is excelLent .
and the greatest portion Choice Began, '
5,000 Toou.
54.cro. But there beyond all this aiiighttandflore claims against;em M.any:tribunal,' ; mountain memorials, OPIn-- pine laud,'mired! Trith hickory growth Thia land : -4 boxes tandyff -, sortmcnt, nardware and Plantation a3-y. J- :. :- .' ., ".40eTOTi.I

theyhav/5 a. jight to :prescribe'the ions of'counseV :nd other documents --Yell adapted to raise corn,outloui and cane,and 4 barrels New Orleans Molasses;, .MATHESOIT tJimO 8'&a: 1Y am i i'-poostart and refular veosqii.
i'J considerationraica of rich and benatiful nrarietw .of
!10 jcems important to me conclusive of the conditions ,on..which )they will"pay., "iow befor 1n .., T do not; ;Jlfiink' i it Ii snfljcient&Illest deairebicrtantaou force bring U.i&to 10 any culUvation.pees.lt ha'nga ..rTb r Together with;will a! be full.sold asortment. ?.low of)tor Family eislL Grocek"Which 'Call- Wholesale. -. Grocery, and'ConPn,7armstoa.K. Xerc&aat. *, : Dauaosd-Eings. Piaa.; Ar.riog ..
Aud.theyiiad' A right: therefqre tQ w QUd') / ustituona1lyprOpor district is healthy.the year'round.. and the drinking anduc '. :: -JWY 27. .M.I *,cruaiea.'gsA'stud.: : fiitt.tnamyiwi;JfelaU
coiirse'to/bo'purguedi Jathc wMetezodlleDt.- : ; "" ..:1;ATBliO; s." .K.L.&UIOXS.' .uD1cL5IIQ3." .. hone Sleeve Buttooa ] ar-rings and Kobe.. .
,N.tttr.'A'1hes claims'and.Ihc make the-approvalof.the'tfward iy. consistent with'.public*, policyfwhcn There *'some comfortable- -.Mtrellrajf bouMa i, .-' : : ,. .Choice Hams iyUSTrecYed.'per"iteamer i-: :-' ; :l'.oJof! Buttons and 8i dv imported Carbuncle do.44
.. $ man- : ''*'
_ .- n Treasury one of this vexed'qucstionhas been referred and a gin hoos awL stables qpunthapljiotv c ( m.m.1'Tork. ': "ss.FARKJJBi aoGBROS. fiMlk'tguMJI ontings,Charms.:. :'__
aa jreU,as the. rule (r'tiOtenni1C theSecretary-6 ..aud for sale at *5 i* EaeLirJ'a'espstore Ibave.th aonmeirt of good won
1o ;.The.bov will be- old low qrcaak. For any' ,Cap 11.lil :
i tte amount belaid on them, the.c I\d} tio s, p n.which they,would. to'' .:'Cdifgrcsai''Vhile; ;'Cowaits gress furtlwrdetail or uafunoatjon,write to JlrJ..lX :> .-iife*.. Jfc *\* T :. :,<;' .rjuly2TfPrime -: i Wnolcsale. Grocery Merchanls. band ever shown tocusfaner*, Pa.Ir.-.t1lclC'

1.tb .f is .to'beJUable.Noclaim"there-. for ; $!on irora'the.socr- l1 .".\orJio we,at 5Dcsu>- : Orange County.Bitter.', fq-G. c andgl MBrooefa or *of the rwy finest Eioa.fari|> *.
a body Of adjudicatipn, uch .agrea, P1.E.t. : 1', ,; '-. ".. .tar ily IMfraerreatrpes;fearer ia one cay.
Wo *.*f**o be found in scar&anotheraas ; for is due, from.tneUmted States,: taW/of the Treasury and' the Atto S :; .5-;oE2.&D. .. !& 'D ECEIVED-weekty from New Torkji atesut- :-' OSEPU. 'VDILDE. the test arti.ta.in-grhraoclua.-.f6: Coiled
dcbb ratiOusjattet1thntcorcither JD..1'er,and for sate .. State Eu-tiDpof&Jae. i.wsbiMusbip
its !
7' : xlministratire .questions on until it issanctione4byiiiznand.1iisdcci4on'agnint ney'Generarto "of .'Scptcm. !"...J.8., : .._tf'- 5 ''.., ".Jul ''lSdl.. v--- "- -'' "_ *' Dealer. "laraiDts" Oil.Class8BclSklp" ,different-patten I ad'JJ.."
; : .
ussboaldundertakO 7i >
the claimant'! rthe i Chaadlerr, ID ot1sr-rin Bre. aa4-&tete'
.rr&- ,r are asked !icvicw O1GLADY$5ZUNAUYs.THE ,. .4 D lb i a'a ptjcaUon 1IIOIQftG. '
i c to to revise andoverii1 :is thereby:iT '%'O. E.f.STBAT.OPPO.'fITEPLANTER.tr let EaNiDp.aa4 BTu9ch.mLaing Breoohs.- :
.- .CI rule and reverse all this foralJttrow : whole or a part,of a'claini S'allo.wedfcy MISSES KERWICKi FROM SAVANNAH, NOTICE ,made.4te next vO ieral UseJDhly .AYDJIIUI'.DAVZ COABLMSTOX* p Gf Jihdt GUAlw of gold jail :
4. ,Ieie U conclusive.: ;3M bcQIiS constructionof IT*ESEECnFULLY injbna:tbteiti ens efJsck- of this State, for* charter for tJUUroa4/ar JJt Itnt OHUtantlyfor taU .gea rral atmrtut f' larns $dEai.atn ml
- .on :the 'construction. ., ol 'the judge. ,JinalaniL. the acts'nnder'esanunationv and.thus ,JtSsonvillo sod ita vicinity,4bat tliy intefid ODt"JIebui\TilIf'ba"II:its'iastem'.termiIiuthe (tn. :J'4aUanS oil.4'faa 1ioWI..W_ UkiaJ. 1 Larger XL-tMTUI 1ac1alhb'... ,. 1-. ,
cIr. n afterwards bedisturbcdbyLnap 8Lobn3ad jo from thence went.:4 ti "S ,
It the
; th iastnTotioa + tovpkenepkft '
I opening*Bchooloa 1st f-tptembcr. brought Out -
,_, JI"iU"p-rtl -te-"e--44
I I 'Itkiakthetrne;answer'to thtaTMid ; to.this''. 'any,other court;,r Irregularly'anticipate" ''and ipreclose .of'Yonng.Ladies.lir.sUtbf branches" .oln 1PVdJt1.. f.'";5'S'.f.i, : -'- , 'GaI..Tc .0mJ6gf. .p.JM, ,c ad sad ailitir W.tdlel""k-1-.rcr. )J.
rea,. English eduea oDi. '. 01I/nrt."F ) GIW. 2' Tcz" I have the-hea* .ieck .
16 the decmon_ r'PQf gttfonofC 1.ne i : I men. iff
*. 'withotltihc'nu.thorit1 :
tiery echo 'application,., isV-that.: or in anjDthcr'way: Tm from W SO ?*per q1IU&cr.mame. 1 .that the ,&a4.BrwJulfI"Uoy' eTerbefoi .ilubitad.Qg( Wa-t.JIiE "1
re & long brdo fionjias ,;of.an of IIna onthe
course d iioimioiiof'iaw'fortbosearY iM co ntrv pcp1flbe J. ; : 'V.n.. BEACH and wbel'lty M 4 fed;aswd,BMrUoek; istatOrdarscaa. \t
v &come.to bothe'ostablished'lawectttlrc, Iiam,thorefore prepared to'say; in a ppe MOII with atdi-alltle ab' :!I !' twantv4niTth of July by jnntual consent'' 'Importer Wholesale Dealer iaBOXSETS .alL .lit \ .ad.: I Iap
VI:t1ieh that'in to .panuy: :Or.Cie.. eccupi b1.)1F.o<.t; J.-ti.-Batler SJKKOyS.-TKJVMJSOf no.- ar ""jQ&ict 't
Jtepartmente- answerjd your 'lastquestion; of thedebtj conoenC Prompt My jcul.of ontoUndir.r., "
f Jtretiy1i8 BO lust.discretion to un- judgment it. igestalhb.trne; o:4Jution clD.1U13OD.thC :Judge s:'1cport i* v whVbtf'Eafisnodthartheyarpjast '160'KwA*' ;: clue" .the.tinq.Mrrvqleitted.' -. .. GOODS ERS h.'REJroH; JOLl.LVEKT"COOb 611ff411.IYfT; GLfY.ES' ...ol-- J4 -..ot&be'-> -. a L ...;'g ..'
and !_ 4--'Jonic0. B .
,aU tbat Msedcc rfliT e of Jthe whole uesfion;and that ; W.n'rfroiD"tU ; 1J. 'suglO.tt'a'E. B..lEESE -
1&w 1IIteTPOSc this B.JlIDe u'bia e&ro'JDAII'"lI00dcr,' :noja&boIIUiO .. _JewelrY .J;,, .J ,oikrV-1
equitableThe a I- Gold and Silver Watche* *.
- ihe .
4'in-the Ut'oticlniiof considering, jspiri pl'.vbur!instj* : I ilR- 1oC
yean of J.4 JIM lump) QD I'Copartnerklp ,._: 1 -- ., .. ; 'C /
i 'no19nATi11sT.cHA&Lmo .
bCS : .' ,
. '-trader "ft'.tcor' Con- tntions, and IfeeMiatiorn of-'ihe eie- -aiti6D. .Ii.: bead e.h IWfthe tIi eta pIgaOZI'"qaz byhichha : .ia thk > lI'D.If'IZI ... ... 1>.
.IMrebttbat.we nave day
.' ;g Tcn >-' i i judge's eaa4lil1 ida4.-i.4 vewarcl ot'2J"1 NOTICE wZLMiNS& JL SiD ..w asoderas ',
. .. ;{ vJfrir r.t1 91 BopartDcnnipfcr 1Jir1be-iwrpowjwfMwingaad PRICE, : ir DpiiIUnf *
entire depari4aenttto"feerlegialafi ; to
, : v.e 04l and de1iiery eitIIer
urFoYcrnnientwero secttrdOubtSwhethr : offered Jbr KB s lnmbtv-f iWfttoam" SawMill ba1"trten aadDeaten ia Foreira aad Do. fg71- tenu. U is satiated II ttei. sob'U.nrb
: .iti..fa. .rtlu5 rcxectjtive Vere jjrould not; 'be;-;tJtnI. Iffi ,a decisio tih ; the- appreof thejiIot atJackaosyUb' >'AUsddtion&l known as plainine the City UilU n der.name,druiaadsIyleofDutlcr1Kievuff' mastic Hardware, Cutlery, GUM and of the town .,Oil tract i. ,
2 4lil peofio .
0 review *given .Baker. TbereboTtr scrsao4
. : ;the that supervision'and Pistols.ttr ,
;. :: rOrtI1.2aL-MwoIlIIu its -.J 1 blircfoyi3c: eormttio of his having bees Wbored by any :4 att*cba L Apply to c. DBW.' .
''cbmmanda them; are'propr1yatrflEt ,L'EMLt.E.JackQ1Ttlleflflida **>** JOHX BCTLFR.i ogrff''" W4fea.J44Wtoe.Lp l. iHepublwaa i-
the JOHA
y of Mfc .
of rdecision > txredocessorij'orto as *
Iitere.t3iefuzicfionof: grounds; jonr ; wblte J'CfIO 11.'S J1111t1.
: them 'ia l1i w dto him'it docs not fol Sj't. 1,ISM, :tf : ? JACOB r. KIERCFK **, Cfurrkitva, S. C;
hitntaQ !Trasurjto raiso ; ; rht

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; FugnUve Slaveitn Can- JV. gawky-looting,stagey true ... F1nalNo : Ar1ir I I$4

i, ; nda.ThcAThny.usofaI. pier Ventto see bnV of ourXUieafr U rIrE. bi5het desjreithatthos .whq'sreia.. PARRYJNthCUNIflDTATES MAII.Pkt1a4eIphlB&vaitua1z.- u'JACX1ONVUtt,

debted to him by rnote. flue bflloropett'i. -
lyVtb.- *
cal managers last week and solicited forward and Mttle t.e: *
onttwiU come by theist SeptJmberOT'thyyuti -
to datesaj r durimiiUtely be Into : St hi1ie.. 4km&cmwORKs: ,. hrtt&DtPOrT'Ofty -t
an engagement put: ti 3' 1 saMemAmLto1hTt1' ,
;: : -
received calling
We circular .
hafe $u.- -.: : E1OTeftotlie NwStore In
1 attention to the condition,of.tho What rdfe, -ouldypu, prefer,lay I-aloiteto pay-my,debts as a,principw,H -cRANfloFc1fMl1Li.rho --- fflfiHE' Sobscnbermy harinflpinacl-ttWre and : cQllNsnitoRAT: ,: A'W
bonor.'Thlsifot'ice- ,,.. ; *
friend > i -C ifc
? said -
a in the.mangeri T iieieSons ;.- lAtltntis& LtGnuig ;Railroad-connects atEnstrointwith tWwtfto Jtahfe-fcgfc'.gSfW:
fugitive glares Canada; It comes I is particnlarlr tt>tnose per- J- ,tf.' -
Well aaid the wonM-lje the Maco .lATesWrn ..Railroad.Throagh ? -' st of. anrrequirea'power; from
frorrr colored and who bare been and are htheba1itwhena1hysicien's t : -
we toSaannabui 80 hours ; -
people, presume, froin.l
bitl is presented of botpaingexoeptby ontgoiBery George wClI
western Roscius I ain't partial to '" ; '- '
-rrfr.st ,
i is J-JVjiicc cLea-. <* t ?--- 'Ssw Mills3 'I -
medical aid
signed Amhcrstburgb. ,) then in other -
coifing aaIont.I
promises AM aasia-gacB saO Oa3a' ,
s.oPM. Eaat Poust at ?.SQ --S yB
rolls how fa- Montgomfry '
"It states that in no -corn-dodgers ia.iny without any other cause,thana desire to defraud !.LM.con -St1gtliuls- : St 'JACKSON iL "
O P. } FLA.
.they.arc great would EasIntatR-43 AM. Macon at' horse ovrtrsf' ) ;
rorite. the laborer, of his hinx'-V 'ro ttose : nay; ? f. f.ff '
end destitution and at '4.orpTl: Sji'rsnnuh 4rtO A M CristXIillsuii'InlUotnet machineryused inrf mr3L. : "
want in need of ___ ___ stay witIyouriate.choice-/ trust jtheY.wuVJieitai'd. -CO : tiiimi b
Fre from lo West Point,> t :: f- >* -
.. honorable ,and in toe code of Montgomery 'tbisxxtantry1" s fr.b aid iinus ,AbopEartj
lidding, annels and clothing generally A college student being examined medical)Among ethic* onetcfore persons employ another t; ">--West Point td East Point, 8.25 iron'ant irsa casthngs.., ,- - :

suited to the Pay jrou ..?* East'PointtoSaTWinah. .8 "
medicines ;rTOTAN1
climatej.food, in Locke, where lie speaks pf our relation -if the-maximal"jlo not t ompin.Oi-the first class ty J MIyW .ra .. -y. "(- 4c.&e. will be sCoontry
wntnirJVbiving.found,out-the-'debnsejl principle -.; This Line'consists of_ the.wclj known at short notice. ji'k. 'V: : -*-" -. -- 4rnher&pohieit.d
os.a and
and -
assisfcancoln "
every shape. to theDcitywasasketl, 'What which lisa actuated such persons/ could OoCJduUi4rnfi4)sed' Steamships- : "-. t TAll ..nacinerypurcbaed1omus'wfllb* Witt attend to.the,;transaction ,,f Bnsinous in- -the Phaidespc pnaja
Rice EtateVthathe'has lived in Canada He 'p STATE GEORGIA-, put pperntioa in- any part of th ,Stato, by.cpmicient -
relation -
do wo,most neglect? .Jr. fiapmae and Ch nit Courts (for th*EastcmandSontheraDistricUpfriorid *' ,
T. : : :IIENUT fl :HOLLAND.JacksonvnieJnly.2ijl358 I, 5O tons, Cant.T.J. GARvn ; : macliin'uts, when desired, and qpoa reasonBUIV ,
thirteen carson incidental, donations answered with mnclrsimplicitypnorrelations -- / '< KEYSTOSE ryrATR,* f llli ., t ,: t &' -soDAw4TE1c I 1loTLIrfil -

and'Bametimegi bilscaht fare.' sir,' : :l(5CJtons i ( !( Capt-RoBBBt HARDIB.lo .- 'Prawing 1 Land 'estimates; furnished, *tritl Hit -r'-
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'He'denics: that JhelGorernmenf cs Plantation F Sale- strength, >p< AndrBccbmmodaHerti."Bakei7 Icef uEfltht'teflmh1n; '
'r'r HOOXET A ,
hips gre unsurpassed, if equalled,*.Vnyon f.OOKiy,: JACKSOXTlLLFFIiA4t* who wy call fur It it the ,
flEREBoffcr for sale the plmitationrXnownby ur
anything: for'thefaffiti es/tod appeals I the coast; Rivtr navigation, 100- ,- Founder and Machinists. -
Br. Champions the naipe of KAN JOSE, which has been fur mHes.' 'Two-tiJghtsftt sea. - 6m 'lNli COUNSELLORS AT/t;AW i; ,I-tu7
to American abolitionists for, early the lust four years cultivated by nt&: It baa located TBOM KACH rpBTj 8OLiC1TOLIN.Ch1ANCEftT r .1''i- -
aid behalf of his" fellows YEGETAlfLE upon it*a good dwelling-house"und not building, SAHISOBAYS- -- kLso_ : ---- TKJLV "r *
on ; -suffering ACKSTS: -
It The of -- .FLQ1UDA **: Pi
with excellent well of -water, number tir-fWrnrTcfttTtkhr Tntftta&i
jn LLtIA1t, -
reminding them that 'to furnish beddbg AgueModic'ine ; ncres-of land,w 550, which"is cleared hammock; '-InSa'riunab- Cornerira'ton, C and hiran- -rcef- ,- ,nnia4onP/ar Ih11t.eiasS11-sJJ i: t4 Tfa of direct importation, and of at varfefofe

fec.io destitute family just Sale and certain cure for Chills and Fever,'(innll son.ua timber land "There ia an orange'grove,containing In,Philadelphia- IIEJlON A ARTIN, -iivroK .- KF" Office'In the Court Ilunse -bascpienf storr, *cin.Ttcrtol Ux; in e j> 'kcAn w SSi3
from four to five hundred trees. aUxfrenfclyW price/' T .
Us complicated forms;.ftl n, an efioctunl : :;7" ? erIh-1 herycs I next 4OOtI4)rObiitU Office. ? <
: -
from slavery, is what slaveholders, remedy for fevers of wery description., I'ricij 73 .The'plantation i'situatedabout scen,-miles laJfew-forfc/SCRANTOXiTALUtAjr,, ,, w.BIGGs; CO. JACKSOXVtlLlCFA, r -COUSTRt'DEALEBS ed 7

who work the colonization enterprise, tents. above Jacksonville' br.waterfive; by land, and, is "-19 Old Slip, near foot of Walk Street. are'now- preparcdxttfexecute- --promptly orders P. C,, UAIIREtT: BitnrOAccoirAxiii> wrr CASH.r'%*53'nJ -
bank of the St Johns
the east -
p. immediately upon Qarde
do in Liberia/ viewof the'steamboats "STATE OPf GEORGIA" will Jcave SavaijnaV: ., NOTAItY :: -
easily accessible, and' oream : FUBLIc, ., -
"Rice fear to deaf Dr. Champion'sVEGETABLE passing up the rirer. Julr 12th and 28th,'1 October 4th.and ISth; : : Engines,: Sa-w..Mills: Sugar. Commissioner? ..fortalcing AcknoTvledg- -. :1 ,'
we appeals -
cars -
I would abwi soil with the place, eleven negroes, August vthund 25d,> November lsM5tli,29tli, Mills'an'drPahsV firisX Mills[ hIoiso ->, 7 f: I meat of l>ecd -* mr2i: 'TMc3zu.LA !:.
and close-shut purses. -Nc ropliily large and small | fourteen head of renty- September sith*and Oth, | December 15th mid STttu"KEYSTOXE ; And other Instrument of Writiug, to he used in -

of cattle and hogs and if STATE" will leave Savannah: .P6wersfJrpa-and Brass tlie States of -
prefers contentions nnd five head stock ; any person ; Castings,
mass political action ANTI-BILIODS. Anti-Dyujjcptic,Purifring would like to purchase shortly, they,can put. July 19th, I November, 8th and 22d, : NEW A CARDAPOTHECiai; HAJU
and double tracks for under possessing four jinportajit chase the now.- growing crop,, conaisting of-30' Aug. '2d.-ith and 20th.) December ,6th and 20th, and every'variety "of Machinery. 'CMtuig" Fcrg- YORK APENSYLVANU.JacksenyillePlorida. ., ffflHlS will informrov
combined for ihe cure of Disease caro- lug and iflackainitli Work, law Mill, Steamboat ct4-tf CtttMi
properties .
of I 5r acres'v t cawc, potatoes, ic.-the Septemiri.thnn4fli! I January Cd, 1835. rt.witkjnaay
Tor acres that since the lat In
rail roads to the article to assist re
ground caring fully and correctly! combined, one all in condition v October llth and 25th. I aixi other repairing.. -. ; ? / '
the eflbct of another fur the benefit of the lloulth crop proupcrons ? will continue .manufacture and 3fl.iI1WURS- other store,also eooroinH jceary Btfln
They ,
I keep
after have reached
ale> the'.subscriber'who li: C. SCOTT
they 'For termarof pplyo ,Traveling Agent.
passengers lint, I have now SSIblWWdf $
'I of Mankind. Price 25 cents. constant!v on hand their 'variety of PIXJWSTIMBER' ; La\ &
their uncomfortable destination. It -,- can be found, through application at.tho. Republican :July 2<)th,-1S54. CARTS whcb Block,three door from ITesnv A CnmT
.C1IAINS/&C to -
they S
J3tLLEILLE, fA. if tints. oDioK., s. JACKSQNILLEPLM-
prefers election tickets to checks pavable.to. We, the'undersigned-citizens,of Belleville, Illinois The subscriber desires to say, that his solo obcct U. S. AIai1 Line. !respectfully* i invite patronage..' ,- jy8y-. iiir : where t-ani receivinr a fresh and-aeir |2w\| |

fugitive slaves in Canada. It herebv) certify that we are personally ..1cqILInted : in selling ii i* because of bis wish to retire from -
with lr, Champiotr, of this pluce, and have planting, and not on account of anyillprospectsof The Springfield Blills;: Commissioned and tccaUytnalifij na oils: A Brnsben )lurninnWjo "
delights rather in long speeches than been for several years;and have the utmost confidence the Plantation he offers for sale.; Hew York. Ec'iSavaJanahSTEAMSHIPSSEMIWEELYj ] ltIcasurer'andInspector; of Lnmber :for, bandand Gla Lamp, (-bo'ecTL TwIS.2

in large collections. It thinks'to be in him as a Physician-that, he is, in'thii WM. J. ClIKlSTOPircBr LINF '- Comprising i ,' Dural County, ." the the New York Pekin! ; TeMnT.TO C?
cominnnity, and deservedly so, a popular Phvbtcian. JeS Jacksonville, Duyal Go., Fli Mihl.LLath May'bo, tumid, whe ,bi* Serriccs.sre )
Steam SawMill- Corn .- desiredV.on thrir Tcas Tsrictr
'heard for, its much speaking. So Oii and after March lath, the new and"splendid '- ; : ,incjulry the,Republican offi e., HI mat ,and all ot thelv.wj,,,.
and warranted
that the poor negroes across the borders We further certify,that we bave used his Tills hour For Sale, side-wheel Florida steamships tons M. WoodTmll. Shingle, and, Pja ing 3lahinbs.LbCATEDArua Jqnclft. ; __,GL, my old friends and customers labalHetaw..nQwdMjid ,
1.3QO ,
t families for several years, and find them to be NE-THIUD, of the Uurlington'steam saw-mill LAS? &ND OF TRI ClTr .- thoi .fresh and
perish with cold and starvation O, Alabama iO tons Cnpt G. R'Scbenck flew,and at'bw price* frcas
may a. valuable, efficient and safe medicine fur. the euro situated -at' the junction of Doctor's Lake -. are prepared to excSuta order forLumber SITIE & IJIIA1> ORD Attendance ightan4 ,
in the fierce Canada winter, if of diseases for which they are recommended.That and St. John's river, twelve miles above Jackson Augusta, -3,500 tons, Capt T.- Lyon Shingles and Laths JITTORXEYS be with ,wbenpm
JIT put trp punctuanty -
this and of Knoxville, 1SW( tons, Capt C, l> I.udlow, LlVXD cire.
of the 'Nebraska they are in high repute in community, rille. The mill has recently been put in fine run at moderate piices.dehiverabIooii their whai-i, for -- .T,
opponents iniquity'be of the Pill have Will leave vwYCrk and Savannah Wednesday Solicitors in Mcn.t&lr.
the celebrity and good effects we fling condition-and the location is in every way every shipment, or on the stccct, for City" useC Chancery; :_ -
only returned to .Congress in I the heard much from this and the various other States desirable. There is belonging to the mill in the and Saturday. *" .ALLTGATOfl
fall election. Great is humbug J'' in which they are so extensively used. We think neighborhood bf two hundredocrcs'of Jand, (an These ships nre Jhe largest on the const,unsitr- ; Terms." OASH." "attend -NW 'OOL--!

U., them worthy'of high recommendation. old field,) which,answers well' for ,a pa&tnrefor passed iu speed, safety, or comfort, making their ,Arphto .. will' promptly' to-'all'busuiesa'.entrastcd
Southern- L'uiauclpados.A. w. r. BOTAKIX, rastor of the s't ch., stock; five dollars per sere has bcnr frequently offered pannage ia lit) to tid) hoinH*, and commanded by, E.'A. DECOTTES;on-the premises. to them.it. NEW GOODS. --
TIIOS. ITAEIUKOU, Minister of the M. K. ch., for it. There are.'also; two" comfortable skilful, careful and' polite 4ifTicfcrs. They offer u 'N:'!!. -Com ground-on toll at any.hour. of the -. %VHIT. SMITHn.BRAimRi; ;
EX.GOV. of ilL dcv.- ,, '- Office at AUisator Office at NewimnariUe, Suoacrlbw has fat
JoaN dwelling houses, negro quarters; blacksmith shop, most desirable conveyance to.New..York.- % THE wceh-fifr aadii eso-
Georgia planter, who died ayear'agp \VM. MCCLIXTIC, cl'k of co. corn's court tools,Ac.' For. further particulars and termsJipv Cabin passage,'$25.. .Jacksonville,July ClhlS54, ,, fcba-iy jV ;, ; rectjring,a large supply nf_ *- -
: -
,leaving a very large estate, jonx D. Hreus, rrobite7: 6tice.KicnABn to the undersigned on the premises. TADELFOUD, FAY &.CO.V -- Iryqao1sanlm
Kocorder et. clair county. ;; : CJLAIIDEST1EWAIIT, -
besides HAT B. WILSON.. Agents in Savannah. s uts.- JAMBS U.hIIi HKS
embracing lands and money, w. c. KISXBT. cl'k of st clair c'L; court. Burlington Mill,March 3d, is. &. aG SAMUEL L. .MITCHELL; : de: lbtngBoots and hiQC5ji,

one hundred and fifty fine healthy JAMES MiTciret.1, post Master. !nITy_._ _IS Broadway, Xcw York. IIIMflliME kLAMightf 1ats, -Bonnsibbb'i4&eAmontbeThaeeema1.arnA .
I. D. JioRKisnx, Kcp. in the i.egislature.; For eale.A -
negro slaves, and no nearer heirs SETH CACTLIX, uep. in the state senate. -TERY'-i14iirnblQ- place -not"onlr for health, To Travellers Going North THE: Undersigned;having formed rt tx artncr- : PVa

than nephews and nieces, directed by L. D. CABAXNK, proprietor of, steam Mill.S. ..Lbut: a# baring some very good planting{and, for the purpose of transacting a .James ; t. 'BakIr| **- LAwN4jcoNEr; 5jj

his will that the should be n. Beware of counterfeits-there cr9 no near Jacksonville being about ten miles below, U. SJIailLineThrough GENERAL-- -MAGNOLIAE.F.MERCANTILE BUSINESS, AT '" ,Aromr.t'r, LAW; MAMS;, lisa, and Hgured Buuiiq. g;
negroes Chunipioi/s Pills made any where but in IMIcvillr, and fifteen from the Bar, known AS TledJv's Point would call the attention of ell wnn'-are TISSUES, Plain Sflriiw, ttlripcd. and B rr niUSL1SS -
respectfully Co East
Columbia Fl0rida.BicHAnn
.fllligator .
emancipated and settled in Indiana Illinois. AU thosepurclwscd in the Eastern Cities, tract For iiarticulars cnnniro of lie( nnder.o'gncd. 1i:48;: to 50 hears. de5rou8.i purchasing chuajily;to" thcir-vlarge and Black ILX4 Colnoett Dress SILWI j.ning .

or Illinois, and left a large portion of purporting to be Champion's Pills, are counterfeit m23-tr CHAS. J. McXEILF WelJ-selectca WtocV, consisting in part of -- -- -",- ------: --, -: ---------:-----'- ILK.SiJotted SWISS, le Crape-J5k *l.Knibroidcrcd l.
and worthless.! Also, all those sold bv men traveling Charleston i: BiBctrBTT.. CHAS.T. nowxixo, Swiss Shawls, Plain and Emb'd L C
New York & ( "Inf Goods Groceries Queen*ware
his property to buy them farms and with and selling the Mexican Mustang Lininuut For Sale. :. lla'td, Cop". '_ Crockcrvand-Glassware, BIRCISLETT ,&r DOWrtllVC, Ildkf-sEmb'd Ci.IL.rv'Cbeminetbv VadmimeC,

farming implements and stock. But ore counterfeit. There are none genuine except A very handsome building Lot, hi square f\ SEMI-WEEKLY STEAMSHIP LINE. ...Boot and Shoes, "Rmgs, Slcdiciucs, ATTTfJRXETS LAW -AXD AGENTS Laces, Hosiery,Glove*, Bonnet, Iiibboti k lei ie.Readymade .

those deposited and sold by our regular (No. 5)) fronting on Adams Street, near the Leaves Adger's Wharf every Saturday and Wed Ironr"J aila- Paints Oils,: t4ul'
the laws of Indiana and Illinois for Traveling Agents, who carry with them'uo other residence of Doctor Harlridge. Terms easy, nesday, after the arrival of the cars frojji the 'Hardware aud Cutlery Window Glass.' Fb1CtA1M Clothing;

bid the scttlcificnt of such population medicines, but the genuine Champion Pills, manufactured Apply t" J). JtcCUEX. South and )Vei.t; I'artJcnlar attention paid to the Provision BusncM. !-. JVASHIXGTUJYCITZwnl la'rge*selection*'of Roady-madt ClotttinL *l
within the borders of those States iu Bcllcvilic, llliuois. July 13, 1s.i3. tf OX SATrEDAT-THB XKW ASD SPLKXDID OCEAN 8TBSMAItlOX Hay, Com, Mesa'Tork, Flour, Bacon, Fixli; give prompt attention to prosecution of superior make and cut. >" -:t"brap : -

; For sale by Piano For Sale. i,2catoiai, Wsi. J. FosraaCum'r.JAMESADUEfl Molasses,: Sugar, constantly on hand ,in large claims for Bounty LnndExfrBack.. Pay, : 'd'Kto CoaU.anf- Tantv'Ilnvy--Li*.
and in this dilemma it evident -
being THOMAS MCMILLAN lat.ius. "
& good PIANO i* offered for sale, upon ndran ) cUiaiititics, Pensions," Ac.,, before Congres*-*n that the will cannot bo / oc wor.inr: Trodiiceif all kind pnrclaaed.A11 aiul-tvhite Stiirt., Coilar, Cryts&c..
implicitly Jacksonville, Fla.D. .L-tigeous terms, by ,A.A.. OCI1US. Department. All business entrusted to their care ;
obeyed the- executors desirous of p June 2!9. 1854-tf.: ITh.-ioN, 1J M tons RICHARD ADAMS, Com'r.- are invited to cell,,before" ,making purchases will be speedily! and faithfully attended to. ", '. Ucntkmea wistuBjr guud CEotUkig w4-do rlb
arc MILEYVTraveling SOUTHliRXEU, 1,000' tens, Tcon. EVAS, Com4r. elsewhere. v -. to nil:' The public is general an ulicite
sending the negroes to.Libcria, whither agcnt..Jtdy2'iSL .* -.-.- For Rent These steamers are- unrivalled on the comt> for N. B.-r-A large assortment" of" Negro Goods, such ,hion.-'JMortonl.S.. RarEatxcEs,, etaminc Uoodsinti l l I'ricm,'wbcb wilt-beai44
ZF the House safely, speed, and comfort," experienced ind 'as aKcrsey'BSanket. :. low fi ca h andcuh, at T.U.UOU2ES*
them EI.ThEU ROPm5' in, or entire, cour- -- very >r ouly
of who intel .S/K.JUllorr.U.'S.SenHtor., .
apart are very -__ _on the corncrofiflj/wrandFurylh streets, Icons coinmanders, tables oiipplred wit!> every Jaxuryrjrhich Ja5y, v HEXPBICKS A.CIIES3. '4A;. 'j;:ifaiwelt.IL ,. BLOCK, .. ;Jacksoavilleu-.- k" _?.
ligent, are anxious to go. The case owned by Mrs. Robiou. 'T&pply at thin office fin will injure to tmrellcrs by this.hoc > > ofEeprcsentatiye- :- : --- j. : -'L -

has been brought to the notice of the To the Publc. terms, Ac. July27 f-f every Tlii..possible line connect comfort with and the accommodatiim.steamer Carolina- and The Atlantic 1, .' G. 1a1e Esq CabellFlorhs.-.S3in Irancisc ,,CaI-' ---- :JAcInoULLEApril J.%1334. : w,,

American Colonization and For Rent. Florida from Talaika Jacksonville 'Florida] and T.,11. Du'raIksq., Ansth;Texs's. -
Society or '
f 1 TIE undersigned, BIICCC-KHOW tn HKXRT Tiv.ixts RAI11H.O. WORKSAX0 'ilessrs -Smallwood,'Anderson & CN k Calvin
: will be thrown into the Georgia J. : Ko. S, Holmes', Building, have in htorc I. DWELLING house' on Dnval stropt. Inquire through ticket trill be issued to New York -- <*. Brodie, J'ctts'New York. -. .
and fur sale of F. C. BAUUETT. For freight or. passage,' having elegant state ? :Hanttikctorers a14 Dotl fWOULD
Courts for -J;a. .t J. A. Camp, Sanda.ky.OUio; s
'I) adjustment.-Bolt. .Ameri June 22.18T(4.Jacksonville. -- room accommodations, apply at the office of the Epu: u (i4 "_ holbrook m3S-tf
,. can. <\ A General Assortment of agent, HENRY MISROO.V, &sLoikN.L
Alligator Plank Road Corner of East Bay and Adger'a South WJiai1Cabin UAMTFACTCRB -

Oneoi lheXational'ps Democracy. Merchandize, Company. passage from Cluirleaton; 'i">; ateer., won Known Comppsito Ifon'Railing, [- JEIliY. ?1QI&Li ,-

fbnsicting of Dry Goods, Groceries, TrovWons, TRJOTICE is hereby given that a fourth nssesr- age, $$ ...spl5 'I 7111C11 is BO called because composed of ,. '

The London Jldvertiscr John Hardware and tliitlcry, Crockery and Glassware, iv mcnt has been made upon the btock of this V Wrought and Cast Iron, connected "without THS SCBSCBIBER IS SELUXO: ALL BESCRIPTIOXS Or, JacksonvillFMi
says Hats and Caff Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, and a< CHARLESTON and FLORIDA- rivets or joint, the ornaments and connections -
GoidandLver Watch Jew
of share to
Company, twenty per payable < lryj inform ft that>they'trf'f
Van Buren's visit assortment of Books and and nil *public
England was in Urge Stationery, he Treasurer on the first day of September. .being melted around, the wrought iron in .
order to be at Man other articles suited to the trade; to which they invite GEO..W.-CALI U. SMailStttfl1'erB. metallic moulds, making each 'panel, as it were, iId S1tv'Wire, to manufacture at-(hurt.piHini tat
present the great ; Secretary. kind of RIFLE or ether UO.V,> a, i atylear-
the attention the and ask them
to ?
public solid and all crcviccn where rust less thin'
Advertiser copy. angiOtfI .' 5 Carolina one piece, at rctailrat much the usual j&es. '
chester passed by'an maker- They keep eun.etIy.a
Anti-Slavery Convention, call and examine their Mock before purchasing generally commences It 'n av be- made light like "
lioldcn the 1st inst. and adds elsewhere, as they flatter tbcuielve that'they can I : Notice.. ., WIRE "KAHJlSa or, licavy likir CAST IRON :J urgensci \Watches,-- ndVat; tlictrnu aCictotTV.RinVavGaaa,! .,
1 on .
: ? Jules \V tch ,wUhorrtifi'Kttcs. jwdtr.Shot, Lead, IVrciiMcoo Cap Fl..klh4.
sell as low aa any cue clue, for cash or country A .LL indebted to the estate of Abraham RAIUNO., This Killing unequalled for cheapness JnrgeDscu ,:
persons and I u&poetsniau'a -
"With such compatriots as from-:.him with, each \Vatch, wimntedperfectiniekeers Pouches ind-lfelt; Elastic (ion Wadding
George produce.J. _nlu.r cH8eut, deceased.-Doval county, are reluettted strength, and durability, and ja pecnliarly "
articles iABMKuivui
H. ,price$150 Jo f 25<>. ( -$ -Together
Thompson, "W. Wells Brown and BURTOy.l [M.-VV. GRAVES.X. ta make immediiita payment; and all per- THROUGH TO.:FALATKA IN 24 TO 80 HOURS adapted,Cemetery" lots" ;becauseit" nevtr noedarepairs. and Dirk of every de.cTiptiD.aPITTa-;
Sons having demand.against said.estate,1 : /V., ,. I r. Cocper'.WatiAeSfnd
Parker" Pillsbury, Mr. Van Buren I).-M. W. GRAVKS would respectfully iufurm please render tiiem,'duly attested, within the time The C.tROLINA'will. leave Charleston Also'a"iicratyle'of Farm"Fence- -.$3 per 16 -flnplex Levers,in Hunting and'lf gic Cases,' riirtv:vf other Shottruns article,,too ai4l'itols.rep numerous to ntentixa.Subsenbcf e4 siJrant4d. .

y cannot fail to render the public that he still continues the united this notice will be in bar. 'every feet -and 'eet and ,uutcb to 7-Eiges ,
good service to bylaw or plead Saturday at 3 P. M. -Returning mil leave Palatka .easily transported ; yery. perfrcttkratl2i $7- -.c .

tke* cause of freedom Dagiicrreau Business, OHBFSSlNTtdaninistrator.. every Monday at7'A. M.; Picolala lOA/M.y and "I--InJeen&tond .. -- -'
instructing i r '
by 8. ti. BESSEXT AdmiiiistratrbCnUtcTc 'Abkall 'kui'daof WrongliiV, 'an 'Cftat ..Iron'Fences : '-- S. ,
Jacksonville Tuesdav at S'A-Jf.3 ."*" '
dr wft Dr. II. D. IIMaiuFt retidcnft : jug Qnarlwr Sewnd jratcliesj.fyrH'-inuig horses -
ont of
his fellow-workers on this side of the Jacksonville, July W, 154. Creek July 10> 18$. The FLORIDA will leave Cluu-Iestonevcrv-Tucs- ?.Verandahs,*Balconies", &< Machinery and hi gold tad silver eases i2k : : .. ashionable, .
ether easting to order. .; _,
Atlantic. day at 3 ,P. M; Returning will leave"Palatka :: -
_______ -'. notice.nE Thursday, -o'clock..A/Id.; Black Creek 3 P. JL? : Dc gna ndjOthtr ,iafurmatJon; sent to any ad* : B 00 ,7iIakzMg.T1flE .
P116nix : : T iindersigned.will be 'absent >t the North Jacksonville, Fridar, 4 o'clock A. M. -' dress S post free, byOEORCE'QStt, :. -/Splendid1/ goM:;pocket :ihroooinetcrs; whichrunTrithoutany iaLedi: lwkthat
J Beside the $25,000 appropriated : from the present time until, about. the 1st of -ahese trips'rtiirbo regularly kept except incases -- Agent, virirttion;, jJ125"fcTS59t"- "" beimnti
up- ..L inJ'gtbreflree.es
t in the Light House bill of the late October :nextj when. they will re-open' ftlstpck' f ,when cither steamer may- temporarily O8Broadaycurncrof-a1kersLy- at his ;at toeaCwl atbe tent
mflC-im _
lioods for this'market f n' thff mean t'me their ** EWYOiK. *
session for Light House withdrawn' for overhanlijig, Jin..which;cases'duo ,, '\iraichW"whfcbrnB'S nt day T'liw 6>$135.f. .. dFurshitreetwbtte'hiwl1iia1
.. improvements Undersigned respectfully informs the citi- business will be in the hands of RorjrEr DORXAX, notice will bo given. "./ "-" ./ '' 'r .
: .
THE ? 'JZna&icl Watches : >fttnamif'ct rtt* order: yra44
on.. and near the mouth of the St. of Jacksonville cud vicinity that he has Esq. I .BLOODQOOU'BOWSE, ; T These ateauiera-'connect with all Itho" interior ; JJtLIEASOW&BltO. y -
Jnne22d,4&oi., 2m Fpr.Litdle*; some Ipi hunting wSsS. f3 to IML, Gentlemen's bf0as RtJ',
:Mark's: river the rc-crcctcd his store upon the old site on the burnt ,! Stages of East Ftorida,iind cOnnect both wa'v3rith f :

Newport 'Times district, on the square immediately below the Bnf- 4 : Kotlce.-. : .' the New York steamships, -Qiroliua'rai1rads. sad ,: pAR.L1oi! -- __ Diamond jrC\ weTl us execute'repairing m gcneraL;.,Jlefstkts

':' mentions the passage of a bill, just fington House,where ,ho still continues on luud a Subscriber has dosed his store and? pone tlus.Wilmingtoh roads. / '**, .TSTIWt For L ies, some m magic eases; {;55to.$3041'J bi.oselfthatj M>u> geueral *Ue,6 dnbe1"! (

on the eve of the adjournment .tuck. ofFamily TirE to iy'n-new' stock of olothingindFiarnislingOoods C ?"P 'ttllffe from Charlcsion W JacisonviDe-f; ,J .'Magic JVat /1e ? '-' :: While fottowJng the btwineM .1 e5t& "
-- .
) '
appropnating Groceries and Provisions. Hoofs Iiats from Charleston f<> Talatka, ClO. -welt as since fe'e here il coVtten1
Cop Hosiery
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$5,000 for a marine hospital ; For further particulars apply fc> 1NGIMS 3Thichicbaigd'inte thediffemit 'wachealtOt4175 time wb& yLbs'dh
Every article.neccssary for. family use cun be ob- -- -- ; : i: :
J. W. ;
; aV St. Marks. The Times tamed on reasonable terms, and fur caeh, brick*tore bf >lr. Kuiuihew,on Bay Mreot, br tbe15th (1iitrtsto1. ,- mk the, eel
says I invite a call from purchaser of September' : J. Lr B1PLLV. -- -.iAa B ters Wa1ciieswhtc1 ntnJn.. : to perform, bs? work wltk tvcrv tig'dpNirnttm'i. .. *
these the first % - 4, $rjJ
are for .. : -j, : ;
appropriations -
Jachaanvihle. sndfnrn aM fIdeUty -- --
ju7'! J. B. IIOWELL. JackaoinriUe, Aug.i. W4.it .'- ,OyASiZ'frPECRiPT1ON- thouiawiucatey:1! $ tOJI4OYfeGod -
4mprbTements at the vicinity St. '- L fbiof'flREiDPatatka, Lpe Watcbes,4 jole ;
: ; '
I ce, L --- 'i'ijeweTd. :: ; _, ,_
Marka since ? -.c
Florida has"been State. Steamer Mount Pleasant. --1Xw.eeks afler
:%. ,., b Ilonorsble" Judge of'Probati.of Duval Iron mid Brass, of au vairMji's '.lOur'fccflitiiV fcr Cold enmelle&Watcbesjer lietOold ; 5
? MAKIA A rom-Of'all spectacles **. h Put**In condition am rh1c1jbnhjen1 for- fll-ctive County,' fir letters ofMmtnistrationon) the er.sate' :.Carrying the Ua.ff;: ihdi, rk1naequar'to:*nretAblhilimnett in th EugIsb Patent Levr.tioldjnghis1yl'tcnt *- *- r WATCHMAKEE. AND-
United States anti ,
,beussr-.aUoJta.tuni.off' 1tcttli "" --
c'f Joba Snmmerlin;triteof said; conntrydicca : M 'i'r-* f-f. l
Bcrvicc'i ivc.ai
old rruufd -
4 an, man suffering with this h6rri- -i. _- now oJ ed.:: J HEXltynV. E. CLARK.DMINISTRATION .- -- mUeyaup to,,15 foct diameter,-.bore cylinders,nji Silver Tatenl levers, aalowai"liam : ii iH -
.tL;!LL > resume her -
blo ; regul bn5ipe% '" :Flanand Savannah; Ga,: k84)Inch diaujeter and plane& feet of. 4 A1t.rVtUrnd from inrup zg v
complaint i is the" rmbst : : square any c4'DetechedJerer" :
Tiwf ul. gut.2z,4154.-
: the 6t1Jehn' in -
on towing"of.vt-sucls, rafU, : rixiai.aritiv&r,) "*- -- .apQjim Ieve to QlferhbI v1ec tOk1CI4 fr''
Ac, and pcriorminK auch' other Bcrrice be : : ? ; j S
W1thlflthOpStWCk itling.bcenojir as (
may .
? OTICE.By irtne -ofttn VIA PICOLXTA, LAO:', cgk-Aj.ib; '-- tha public g.neraflv.Yihhii! expcnhipt4
appointed by special contract- ; r- -
-r a-
misfftrtun'e io witness three such heart- ? crdertof the lion.Felix JACKSONVILLE,FLA, AND -e-- last twcatv-stei4u, .Wmtemkelk
Engagements maylx:. at any time entered .into Wvingston/Judge ST.MAIiY'S, ,, EbGVsblk"
% with the of Probotefof Duval county,on the 4th day pf Hvptember CfWNSWmCK,'AND DARiENOA Eagle ?- 1 t give.entire satisfaction to those
sickening'sce No more terrible, Captain in charge,of. her, at any point at / ) <-&uiTiPgj-rFiBsr.. :BraccIcta7 'tRknsid
which she the mi ,* with hcxtwill bo offisrcd for sale,before the Court The at ainjinetetwETAiA 'their work done a-VorkmanCke t *i
maybe utfou r< or 'ber proprictor. -' ;- : Crosses" at hlesa than the '
lectures th'e kme mu<
oir evils tf ] ; Jr1r"the
intemperance door-1hetown 'of -Tatchee'Cle&4san4
QHABLES WU.LEY.eCf House ,, 3 ck onvUlc,"albthcreal'.estate i OK.CABT L 1S T** .
; -- IWI
could have beendeIh-ered. jNo won ,, belonging"to the,estate'tir tlielate uJinoe.' shuflet aoCic' --
John A''Jones,
dervthe Spartans/caused, their childreh -. Window JBlimls], AulAt of Said estate,via ;' r_ '." -' -Arrives atJckaoaTifle Mtneyenzngaud leaves -, -thesbrWorks are marndkc ired Tortabla and AD kind*of' Gold Chains Tura-Gold Wedding ; AIitUOJ3eJ -,:

to observe the idiotit;movements I 'THE Subscriber keeps couetintly on baud an One negro woman, aboutsixtyep.e- of age; Tuesday mQremgt a oc1ock toucinnggtfl the LStationerySt4ans;Engines, Circular-MwjUMl Rings;Gold Ker* nd Seals,Ciold Fens and IVaoi's, -

and. insane of -. .KofSec.T.iR.2 ; ;. .- intermediate places above. aI- hilt JlacWrierjy-Tobacco.:J'resacs,iLey rs/ Bands QoldjiBd Silver Tbimblc BtacclctvBr 8 t Fins,: 'nJ
ravings'of their drunken L SASH; DOOR, RLINnS ic., K.'K of Sec.'SVT. 1, R. 25/C40/ BcresrN. Tlisough fare ,tTa.Utko"Fwolata and Blact SbcetuJs-andiSharpenwe'lIflli, Knive Sinkers, Cuff Pins; -Locket*;Uar-Ringv1 Gold-and"Save*

Slaves:-Washi Star;/ regularly imported from the-Xorth,which lie will K. X of See. 24, T. 1,'R 25, a 4 JL, J CO acres: Crwjk1 i--- ,;, \4, "I M-oa Brags'and Iron Castings of vwy description. -- Spctaclrsotd.T9oth?ick tfliamis, Cha1eIini : li Iut h cMnty 4fDUrT, bf 1k

':. ;' -:'- '' sell At very.reasonable advances on cost. 8. K.%of JT. E.3( of Sec. U>, T,.-i,"R.' 24, H. & B.J nirough fnre from Jaclssonvnic, "- -. ',:'Te.oo 8y1'JULhiAflPropi4etor.. Cuain., &e.&c'e enesfFbrida-w1hI: ucer Idbieentrushalt
J.;B. D, HASH AM; 4Dncres.N1NEtatid Ihrongh tickets from Jaclony .. 1 8ilve Wafi.---
,JBBHDP.rBimjET ae furi4shod file -- :: :: -T- T'.Icular. hes-kuiuxb'e'
once l -
,: "preachinc r jan 2-Cm Jacksonville. f. W.3ofSWS29TjJt5iP. to Chnrlesterjhy- f ,v;' -- Stetl Sflvrr nkesak1a thcspadtb .$4tcr.bmiSel
mg Spoona Cups ForsFio eneln -
? before OharleslU. was-much warmed V. r SNwWand S.'Y.1of LW.aad. TSfTho Wdaka-connecW with one"if the New : :,; : .;:. Rings. uit jcuiv54Vudding "(Jak wilt effzd mtiaua:1: fl wha fliey
VofJ : -
,. !b : his: subject, and, )jittering religious : Sea Island Cotton GInsiTHE ; (ot S.- :r iu;25;$.LandN'OS.E.; pf tLW'. of H:2 ,. York every and,Wednesday.riiihuie'phw'.r, "* .Ktcamshipi from tiivannah- 1flIrn-17es1eriqgnc& begs'lea'vei6 orntitr. -
.truth in subscriber take* (hid opportunity (o in T, It U.-1tO acres : -- thantFaetoraPlanters, ai4 Dealere'gne. 'L t' udvc *\*J VAVHW KW HT" ** *?
a very earnest manner, the ;AGnxTc. -erally,that te:i*still paying tho highest market _warr,uted to keep good taw, tthe nroMy returned, kiv&ucs.1-, ,
planters JXXU KTATLE-COT Ixt y r. .vital,. great vehemence struck his lw.R.; DUKE, .latka, cash prices fbr, Tixj, '-'-<. > t- -, --- T. O Ilnhin ii aM C.Th3.ebosivat
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that be stdl contmncs the niaiiuCictiii'ing bf L6U ? Os. 2X and4riof-S.:2T T, iB, SSK: : 'BLSl; y; A CAJfOVA .acksthiyi1le -iye.Repazrs-? : i -
clenched hand tho/.desk: and the latest improved Roller Gin tt bis osual rates, S..W:0fLFMofS4.T.:2i4 2.jEI'ofN. fb24f. tLeatherjn Anlc1ndihf ahes'fldeklnedoiid floto**iid vula1ongsiavsnueb;: .
upon :
ud is nbw.ready to CH all order* without dclav,. .- 3' snil 8, B. Cof 15T 1, IC -. iheough repaired ut the best ESanaeri at'niuch, pthaUia' .. -Charkston.' _,
cnied ut : :'. AVKjfTH .- 21'1(4f; NW'1ai4'rT, H-2w: !teamCothu Shee'Pe1sjDeeroatOt. usu4 price&-. :i_ ,-. '

1ii8?' Biftbce A Canova,JackaonTflle, Florida. ,All wPthe aforesajd tracU of Jaud.situate jn Dutal Ic t1on H fjfvvla lunli fi*aVts'iwTa'Xv'fnaiTtYniuirJ4 othie -
p 4 K. R. Duke, Palatka, -County.: .. .' ,,4v'j - - LztwEtz_ t : I -- Vatedtahes ?-_ -_ k.1
Pa1tbibeyed. -
4 the King, in a 8. L; Niblack A Co.. Alligator -Tsanw made known on-dar of ale. -'- avanna1r &ploHda.f .- ; qMrlesm WwL
Skliis ?
yoEuIt loud Tiwro A .**''"*- fcr --*. -
BO as thc.prcachcr prngs' ': :- ; ke4s.fJJs's .
U kr
: S vinfmiv *> wmlyAj
llrida.x .- :
: : /
WatUACole.'Hf Adtnlnistratrjxr' -
: :4 The 1rarn
9bo.dy.4 nouldthinklhatis new tad 41efrai>t steain-
? with -
D. C. Aoosta A Co., Ceutrevilhge, Georj. :': JI'.ADERSON3rte1 ,- Ibt : JOHS'ti''
: \ packet >T. Capt. fo fl.WaU st-24 o rbesi 8ma'IWtty4nwr
in of that -
rcacu ? Thomas HillUrd *OW4
great fist of yours. : ; ; 4i22d: t Mtorn V JAMES FSKKBOBX',Cwnl heave abO'rQiiamed' commMitte1ti fccilitiest1erintn

fi -4 John MlzcyTrader's Hill- *. .. ; tonnuah jed, nablhig hto to inducements'
t ; iven *<* all creditors,tlegatuevatia yTb: mdv' : :offer
a "Charlie; have you scfc. 'her \ Coopcr-AGillibwd Charles II. Campficld, Sarannah.-. '-< v -,*; ..t-: ftLoUtcn infcrcsteij in.the mnrupagtt telntcdiat4inta'c 1Q 'chock foj Faieta toucbiaz at ll i%in ,thj*jine of yitoocrtt* ctjiuign'such to lump" i'i'JHO'S
: hlaIngostIIIbe4
VsUte.of Ferebc fhitrpin:lute'of Putnam aade-of.-hlsnatur. ii
Xiandnai1 B.M.Allen, county -
n xtek-ia sent *
dccnsedtbafon the esti n f'ixiuoitbs'um viiuk ciurvwij IOE HUB iraue:
dh'onestu $cott A DeveauT/Cliarlenton.'South Caroflna.iCpt.a ) hu large and alry tate Wstaesi leather ttthesnu L tt-ioti Wt.i. jTL, -' -- -
Jtwm/accomtnbdations for thee lhr'prtvte he
bjfliice ? thi4atobie4 I wtpljthCoutc i'ro.bat&ifirjbe .
R. Bjlhcwood, Beaufort; ,. Jtossengersi trid' Wittnhenl'atteatiofl to sakife1.l6v
( taking -inlandrrohfe iir6s tits yieldpreferencet jaorcCtocrativci'resutt'tbwt''gttii'ff the.
oounty--uU'taam-aturcaaid Iir naiettlinet
UtjMrjndn' 4EtM PMm'beiTubeei4Aduca
: : "uivTMiisfcooontniodatwnk for invaUd and
t'uy lierount wlth-aa14 *artd othenrc fcrciKtt..niarketej from the wude
; did Boxes, Brushes and 'Rollers con behad'atie This( boat vtlt;leave Jacfaonvllle !be> rate rates of frcJlit all lines ; '
>ou put un- disclflii l5 admucatnitor thef. ; ; ; on- :return- on tnmsportatloB thtrt i esimbtTr1yearatndtuDCel'- -
subscriber* at fl turn, Persona ) ,
wanting'Oiui tGSiwanuAb cxIat -$
: ( .- TTO.8UJday/raoroiijj! } At jo'elock. noththg ii ,hatrbcttoiito:4he: sngnienttn( rr.mnt 4efton
t -VALLiAh4 tiOI'IN,4Jan7sfr or.8u
! de1iet' Gins will ,
,or repaired, please applr toA .
.FuFTiirthorparbculars1Jnquutf-of I4One1i mlrd nid or to. ,8.K CttSjLto.. board orto'- 'W sr i' -
4L fcntgraul- axKj'Oa ; "Cr -' i'; bfsh4ct'atknpn: --.p-r i'y *-- : -
'Jnlyl8,1853 Cm. SOIarys-Clcorsi.. !, ouo&x"cijiofnfOiLiit/'j'fr: /,' t $ lranciJl4hDantspidljn __ .-enera1-ComznhsioitMercb.ant,.
T. : -i f __ ** y T-j-i _
; :i .-cbU-d V tlw estate of Wjlliani g;Dcnald.oJat 4 :-'Kavennah. ressht trflde ptturliig into anar' WATEZ f4 nirT wK-'i**

( a rtWbChariiewliat..; did you put Hoe, & Co's, Patent Ground $awT ofThal ntedoborebyxequeat.d .. '.'. ,BI8BEE 'CAXOTATJaeksonrlllrf. : "wcin4-ircnptatteptheu given td lh .siTejof

to mnka immediate lo 4he 4 llEXETATEASDAL Patotkfcrp5y -hint will realize the I4tsrtiqles j
I : 66" nlan/iinder h'er for ? 8ub.Icilberlb manufacJunv;from'thatest : jjavment uuacpigned. higiMniUe Vfv <.vs* x*
2 CAST- STEEL, CIRCULA R-8A WS/jfrom:; :ted till pmous twving uemaB4 "againstjsaad estate > 7 :; 'May,gottv --' .> *:-i* i presents ti 4 ts to the favorable-nobee of a4-.-. : :ukIidjipl9.ifi all ornersJ' pro Vl6li6ciRIBS ; tGd I anted two inches iro rwi\urcd'to'prfM.iit them ' toMehcr'sprcaU lo eighty.>inche"fa hramet r.- 1i4, ; ; > *commerce
ir Saws are hardened and tempered,and'aj fts ground lime'rcqniryd by Jaw:otherwise this ju>Uco VjJlbe ; i'Muction ofthe tb t 4 W* r. s fflsiBSBasSt
, aad flnibbcd Jby machinery. d'signedres.4ffr( ; plead in/bar" 'hLyIDONALpSON- otVertf > n - L S$ the fYt1w, ,. L.4; ; Admmtrfnrtrix. ,- $ --14.EcLeather'smi Sho k'indingsgusepi
'1 purpose, and are, tbcrtfrnvmuchHupcrioi tor y -'wa tex 1ato : 4.A.xosflth rentr'wTh
A.1 voman, in Wiscoiisii who was'tiScailba hose ,
( ground 4n
theuu4manor( ,-, ;ibcy *roitrengthened .r-tha1Ial-thk4o Uwwtkvthc 11 11r

klrptked ii the and atiObnod, by iccrwemg tlwin" hitLJcknoB 'Toqcber* to the Judge of Probate of Columbia.' '. ': -. ia1i' ,l- >6:- 1: :swaya'th bmrt4b r .d
. jrguJarly from thocutttnjf sdg h) tho ira final distnisjson"MAaroinistrat6rn.thef 001 er, istedlse.lt r II
ftc4i he Cuuntpudask 8etuem'en'aD'| -
antrc-tuur.equeatly do, not bocoroe bated; or e&-frtt'11int ff ) -f to BaluIM

2 ddot.mor-! buckled,ana produce a groat saving timber. %1azn atoof gafd Wuntv. deceased.f'eatite ifMIfl lam" < JBJjCK'jrHl: ietv9\"J ckwrtviileiBveryt-at: irdoy SSS5SBftS? S!t-dbeqitsoft imparts* b.*trtjl dark r>o sn216m -:

..p .it Eer> .. tJ PIT-AKD Thcy.ahiomanuactiiro CROSS PUT feA\Vsft.ANI CAST%TKCL'MU.L> BlLIJiri1kV :, -- AMHL4NTL4rniotr4tkra_ morning t'8 b'clotfcfitrivintfflt V ))4tsamo.day.." tuIkwg, Iwofhb eez ? hi II

.1 ; .is-. ;. tJ&qft B3, STipcrior quubty,all uf whichthey Lure !* : $.: CohnetU W with Ure steamers Carolfcurftnd Wciuko;

: :.jBkjflapM-te ,p.f, Uie, U., S, (or'fale, or> tLertefty beobUiue of the principal .inez43m- urillrwMb! Lake Monrpfr' am6 4 yJvHetnpnuiff.VUJ .
lardvtre McrcLwU tiirpuglMHittbe UuiWJ State* _._; fk'jr date I nhall apply to the Botu.Judge..o, leard Euterpriw at S tfctob Tnesday'toof Jng, to t30 't it who want morehv.only 10 give it 0 trial4 ; ,- will deIiVe5bIW to 1nSI4uo.31
;? Awoyjoowji Paria has tent his rc- aud I Cao&da- : ; -. 1'z'obi.ofDcral, county,for letters -dismisaorylw( and Palstka kt8dektc1Wedneadar of,any cotomission,will1;be.ed > tFr ottc 1or sate -by :& .atDraagJLlflhiO6thiI

'. sirtation to*. Washingfon., "rHowijomtfieJFVehcii .u.mflo&co:, administrator the estate of Thomas WV Jones/ arrive at same day..L .. direct or'through consignment to fact oft., -
29 au'&i1( thdtl4trect., .1. ''-vJi. JIAUUICEKIEL, .L **'AM.:; 'REED, Ag't at JaekRnuihlejuif ,- _t 1iir2f,- VcTTrcROr Projiri tor, 1831."n
Amy.c lfc\r York, April 22,1854.v, ju3-3m Jit'lZ4m-: AdminiiitnCt r. i : n.- REID, Agr at Palatka.- -' Charleston, S. C. 8W Broadway,New York. Augustine,July 13th,