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: May 1, 1856
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
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System ID: UF00079922:00323
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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i P- States, nr prubibttlcg SUrery in" the Territories or j Mr.,"1CT>i5. E!'Dyke moved: 'tint.the<< Vopyeutinnprudes .Acceptanceof'Mo.jsrponelson.r: f. 't1 -'. .'
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, ;cf the : other place* subject to lh. hive of Cnngresa..' <".I ti the selection of candidates i f r Presi* : .l'Ljf--: : ':' -
State Jot tLe -. Tnit! .GBQT. *. NitaNAi u.a <0 i* 4'. ,'
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venti -n.I the by Curtesstoadruit a dentul Electors"and: Delegates .to the Cincinnati .." '. .... '
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OmstitutuHi :Mtrela0,18,56.GtXmEMax f, f :: "
Unou b ao*e it< tvcnpiisea SJateryw ; '"; I .ita ;;;ri..' notice .dekgItesie add aflfrrd evidence of a fixed and delibvrate'de- Convention., when the following. tm.es..were. pre* ; I did not receive:until':Test nUr-. <-1-.. !' ;,: -t."" ;?/'<;. .
y a v nrb astIdRLled at the 'izn on the part of bit body to impair anal weaken. seated anS unanimously! adopted: y.f, Tour official note of the 2Stb of Febraary last., j -* ->-; .!. .' ,, ':'-;
I i f is and finally destroy the institntioo .if Slavery forming me of ray nomieatiti''httbo ol9ceof'YJe'* *k '*''*'lir-:' it:.* .
o'duc,11 WtdDt'I'd-. FOR MIDDLE ,FLORIDA : \
is)!t j atll in the States, and would be ucla violation. of our President by the American partly asKug-co r"i; :, l! '
r l1. lo ...1,<<,u.oa annt uo .or F. rlc t#, aa 1rout.tamoant to intolerable upprc.siontid M. A. LONG Elector. &ttt'pt.nceortbJSn e.. '" .*, "l "' '' ",
,.:r.\\; ;. r4 t: :rEIT J. FLOr. sot a justify! l'e"nrt" to rae urej> of rt .auce. JA!. L. MOSCLT. Alternate.Couny .. Fur the flattering terms iowhicltyoa bare eonj" "' .$* ;T"Y: '" A J
4)4 chair. and JamesS. C. R "{ "1. That the OmstitatHtn of the United E! ClOT municated, this proceeding, .I.begAtave to1 oflet" 1as "n;: .
; .. ..va(4u tie States In declaring thaj.1** religious test shall be $ : you'my sincere tb nkL' 1 accept tte position ai- .y
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f act C'\t:11Y.. TVsroecl required a*a qualification f"r.anJ' tifficr," and that J. G, &XITR Madison. signed me by the American partywjtil a'jvmsense '
,R"M tithe- ir .- the cetabIbhmcat W*. SCOTT, Je8\TM. .
lee hiea ; lio law shall ever be. passed respecting ; I trust, of. the responsibility belonging to
Beysjt.iclt .. ,* aF reientcd intended to secure to every cit ten of the Union,o,* 1. O. McELvr. Oadsden. that locb'an houor awaited ,me. and ::: .'.ie aIII edi C..nt m+ whatever creed or sect, the fullest and freest cx- Cut IlEti>tRsoWakuIIa.. feelings and wishes could have been,' consulted, it

I to Slott l.er.asca.ts Loa crcl ae of his Natural>> right to worship God ccirding : W* lit MITCHELL, .Usmilt a. would,have. fallen upon other members.'of tile ; .

I...., ; to the dictates of his own conscience;and thata1 FOR EAST FLORIDA0' Aw.et'ieu partr ia-boee ".b.re'MmaDr"d :t:1\: :, .: :! ...,".!-4.'. .
_. Ms.-r 'tnnsal W yeti l attempts br combinations nf men or otherwise, tinguUhed individuals, better known to the com--
( -ctSt e n" '.J..nd. to abridge this inalienable right, are at war w>th PHILIP DELL Elector. try, and better prepared by experience for the high
;k pi rd sloe!r ca1irm1u Cot E. E.di the true principles of the Constitution and oughtto GEo. W. CALL, Alternate. -*. ', ." duties of the station, should the voice of he people.. '

J 'tie aaa('1i Jibe fUlIowiAgktGenG be resisted with theme spirit that swept.the '' ", be in accord with that of which you are tbe organ
'" r-- alien and sedition laws from the Statute Ifcxik.T. County Electors: on this occasion.. Bahc1ina upoo'tbe maxim left .

: "JlMJlc* ...That we'. will resist the efforts of F. I)09CBTT, DU1". ". us by the t'men'of the.earl dan, of.our
\\. %'IIITFIELD.rerarF' any foreign government to throw upon our shoresits K. KIRKLAXU, Na san. t repubJie, that pu b ic office: should be neither sought
''''''' '' '-P J'Il1U1l of Jacbon.'t. paupers ,and criminals; but we would not extend O. R. FUBBAXKS.SL John' nor refused.. I yield to the Judgement'of;'

o f..I'ILES or Alachua; these terms to all the koutdett and IfnvUft O. E. McjCLELtAV: Columbia. who have thought that'my name might be of-service '
dtctrtJGWe.+ unfortunates of other lands nwek ku to those ,,'bohine E. Lewis, ..\lachua.'t in advancing the important objects which COB-- *
.rn lNC. a name for loving liberty under governments f J. B. DAWKIXS, Putnam.... ;, stitute the American party
i1cEf.. -'. ; \ E! of Leon. Sad II, less free than ours; but o..cI having blessed us as a W. T. Kurr. Marion. Our 'leading idea is that the J.o otel'parties .

T.JrnnUit... people with broad and fertile acres for myriads, W. CooLtr. Hillsborough.! ,? Democratic Whig*; have ceased to exert their'former
".,rem fofll.'h?fit'ld. "?w>ed thee and the Constitution: baring imposed upon Cow W..1 HOPS; Hernando. henlthfnl.influence in1,the management' of
i toot. 34 gre4 the power of prescribing lass for the natvralizatioo Jos. B. SrEBBv Oraage. the public interest, and that without the intervene ,
Ttie tVs tel'tio in brief approntrith <>f foreigner, and that power having W. F. RCSSCCL, Brevar&w ton of reforms which they can never edict, the
roae'sd' t1.anfc f,,r the dia- bern exercised in such a manner as to meet the F. FILOB, ()Iroe. beloved Constitution and Union, bequeathed to: u*

".o.ua., CftItom.Jn bin approval of Washington and Jefiersnn we would J. W. Jonyiox, Sumpter., by our forefathers not long be preserved:
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'''''' welcome to For the most of the evils with '
the thus our
': of Micon, acornfnira upon terms prescribed which w* are
ee hA -'Cot.: B.r. Pope i, shores the oppressed of every clime. FOR WEST FLORIDA : threatened at the present period->tbe administra. '

omhtiyFfre<< nA County wart 8. Jz d. That the administratkin of President R. L. CAMPBELL Elector. tarn of President Pierce is evidently ,responsible ;

.t-a ,",,,rfK:hf r!'n of representation In : Pierce. in its advocacy! of the principle*.of W. D. BABXES. Alternate. but instead wf find ing his, party engaged 'in the
---,..-- dtrrmaeupuathe order inbic4t6eaa the Kansas-Nebraska Bill and its unwavering adherence Electors prosecution of measures to avert dangers be ha
C !lm.-ana 10e d The Comslier I to the doctrine of State Rights as' taught County : brought uroo the land, we see it more active than
icrS aa "S mt e. by Jefferson and the fathers of Democracy meets W. II. MILTOX. Jackson. ever scattering the seeds of sectional strife and .

bra;.r''t returfPsl and throb with our cordial: approbation; in him the country LCCB Lon, Calhonn social anarchy. 4 ,
.:: s n f.1I..1I". : baa a friend to the Union the Constitution and W. K. LAMBEBTIX, Walton.I When Gen.Jackson came into the Proideocyt I.-

{ c1.snnall'\1"-a8r.1.-d: to Tf''mDmtnd theta the rights of every Section in the confederacy and W. McCs*:na,'.Wubingtoa he acknowledged in bU Inaazaraladdreu the 'ooligatkms ;.
The C lIIitW should be be the choice of the Cincinnati: Convention. J. WILCOX, Holmes of the Executive to restrain Ae patronageof
+d rtI..gi"a w Rh cbeaeb: County, Shays his nomination will meet with our hearty approval B. F. SZMMOXS, Franklin. the Federal Government; so that it should not

ia the! CJa1't'ltion. and to aleare eat and support Delegates to the National Democratic ConTention be brought in conflict with the freedom of elections .

:_ melit"hjtin. bc to 9. Raiv ed. That the Delegates from Florida Tit: lint modern Democracy stands in direct .
slt ? : to the Cincinnati Convention are ,hereby instruct 1 antagonism to this obligation. There is aeareet.aD
lion. E. Maxwell C. E. Dr. T. B.
s UJo"' ed to insist upon the adoption by that Convention 1 A. Dyke, election precinct in the United States which ha?
_r t ea (;o'tr be a-o" rcd nne rote. before the nomination of candidates for Presidentand Lamar Dr. A. J. Dozier B. F. Wardlaw. E. not witnessed the most shameful interference: with

1 nat= ell r.-'t k allowed one Title for eyes Vice President of a platform of principles Blackburn: J. Finlayson, Dr.. Thomas Monroe election by the agents of the Federal .Government. .
ntrstx rraty Set at the Contrwsional embodying the substance <>f the jiftk BesoIuUon of acting.in the name of Democracy.
t A. J. Foreman, R. J. Fiord, John Milton, R. H.
111 aM.,re d Ltional rote for every this Convention; and should said Convention reoi i In former times when parties ,were created by
-tvs thr-tc of fit" fuse to adopt such resolution or resolutions the I hung, D. Jordan, J. R. Brooks, Dr. James M. patriotic and nation sentiment upon measures o( :: .
:TMttheCceatrs" be silotred under this ratiofx said Delegates are hereby instructed to withdraw. I Wade, Thomns Parson, S. B. Mays, John n. general' interest to the whole country we never

bpaciEe each: U' Unsolved, That we hereby approve the I Frkbill O. W. Whitfield. M. Whit Smith A. 11. beard that a measure could be declared democrat .,.
l1adn11 C ..nt.'Ao Vn'l 9 Totes, course of our Representative in Congress, the I ic if one place, and not Democratic in another boY .
Cole Col. Henderson of S. StGeo.Rogers .
bdfIOn: 10" Newport
J" Hon. A. E. Maxwell, and regret that be has declined leading men professing to belonging to this party.
cslbrcl(eIctIibjI 11" J."roe"f "ttOrange allowing his name to be used for reelectionto I Hon. D.L. Tulee Thomas Ledwitb, J. T. Yet we see this em.rmity exhibited daily by the

1ir t briom the post nsw so worthily and ably filled by him. Magbee, J. B. Coker, Felix: Livingston J. G. Dell, party press.in the pay of the present E ecntlye. .. '
1".. Naoxsan The resolutions were lead one by one, and en. B A. Putnam, lIon. S.It. Maltory. AI'D01Iaa4 ,The m-ccMary result of each corruption if not .
r::., 4 successfully opposed must be to destroy all political
ickb .. Putnam 3 ** motion, unanimously adopted.On Elias Eare. morality and to continue power in unfaithful

t" SLJol.o's 4 *"' motion of Mr. Galbraith of Leon the Con. Dr. Lamar introduced the following resolution, and incompetent hinds b." the mere influence of. .

lIrD&ab a" Smta Rosa 5 vention proceeded to the nomination of a candidate which was adopted the money derived from the taxes which are paid
s" Brevsrd 1" by the people for far different It is
ib purposes. no-
l fir Governor. That the of
WaltAtn 3" Retolced majority delegates present .
8 + denial that the antagonism MOW prevailing between
= S" Wakulla 4 The President hiving announced that nominations at the national Democratic Contention cast the the North and the South is mainly. attributable -
of the State.
the Ccm..rntiml first ballot for Governor were in order Mr. F. Tillepigue put in nom rote to the political artifice which .h* ,en&bred
tCarTrQ 51W ,1. E ecton,t. Delrgates to the Cm.dI iaattoa the Hon. M. S. Perry of Alachna. On motion of Gen. J.C.Smith,James T. Archer, men holding directly opposite opinions on the

ConfenblaIL Junes S. Jones, Charles E. Dike, R. IL Berry power of Congrvss 'er the institutions of slavery
nominated Cot M. A. of
Dr. T. B. Lamar Long
4Tb t I n jtv of two thirds be necessary to Le..n. 1[. D. PPJ, and D. P. Rogue; were appointed to in the Territories, but yet professing to,belon- to
the Democratic
same The ,NebraskaKanaas
p-rtr. .
sdhnia t Tbst xooiastiont shall be made without de- J. R. Brooks. nominated the Hon. Dillon Jordancf act as a Central Democratic Committee at Tallahassee. act is constantly called by our portion of Democrats ,
Wtj a law which will prevent the ,extension of
Hit the vote shall be viva voce. screral unsuccessful ballotings under the B. F. Wardlaw moved that committee>> of three slavery to Territories, and by another portion;
i tIaat thu'l4&tt mt by eranties and that two tLirds: rule, the names of Messrs. Long and rhairto inormtbe a law which will enable the South to carry slavery .
be appointed by nominees
'determined for whom to the Territories. the
fcigites cf each cnooty By same fallacy, secession
at Jcrdia witblriwn when the Hon. Madison
were ,
of their nominations which motion was adopted.. abolition and
iartoWBWV fee east nullification all other 'itmt bare .
I ft*SjeAe .a bcraew before the Con vet>- S. Pr.-j received Uie naanimous TOte of the Con The President appointed Messrs.' Wardlaw,* found a shelter under the flag of Democracy ,explained .

fatbs8 k tiaW to lore rninata,and no melD ; VV.CV03UI tol\n; Pope and Smith. as it is by modem interpreters. -

\dlll 1Ie beUi 1111 tan twiceon the same Al .qua 6 rotes, IliUsborongh totes, offered and In former time, also, our best patriots, without
_i wi ii.t the consent of a m j.>rity of theM Calhvna 3" Jefferson 8.. The following resolution was distinction of party,spoke ttbe. aeCeMityofgoar-.

:aeatrtprewt Co'-jmb'Ji 11.' Leon S M adopted: ding the ballot box from the dangers' of foreign in*,
T't4t5enb ci the fact floe of Bopres nbnsttFVariitibancoatroltipoo >>- Dar I 2.' Madison 10.' Retdttd That the thanks of this Contention fiuence,and f.r keeping'sepente" tbd Church and

s: all questionsiatia. Dde 1 Monroe 4 be tendered to the President and ,officers for the State; and of advantage 1o.,1It derived from a frequent .

E'i2xr.bs 4 .* Marion 'G" able, dignified and courteous manner, in which: recurrences to the earlier advice: of.oatfath: ...,
B. C. POPE, Cbima FrnkU3 Orange 1" they hare presided over its deliberations era whicb'inculcated a reverence for the compact'
aswtisaocL Floyd a committee: of nine Ga&deo t" Nassau f MHeriiLdj On motion of Dr. J. G. Dell, it was Besotted of the Coostitntion/and the abstinence from whatever -

fuppo-ifcdbr: the President to rr olio :S" L John.. 4 that the proceedings of this Convention be published tended V* form geographic parties,,or array .
prepare Pc::.:n 3 Brevard 1" in all the Democrat papers of this State. one section of the Union against another. Now,
ems to hi tobmiiVi to the Convenlkm, riz: : Sats Iiota 5" Waknlla 4 MWaltsa On motion, the Contention then 'adjourned however, the whole power of the Federal: .Govern- ...
loo. Barnes Galbraith: ment is brought to bear .against! any individual .
Fbjd, Pope, ,. DIke : 3 Jackson 8" rae die, -
btfnee. L'nn rtoB.and Post. G. W. WHITF1ELD,'Fmtt.B. who has the independence to. declare his attachment .
122 rotes. K.. SI1I.05 to these old fashioned xentiments., ,-.,Whole, c
TkCnmtioa> uata 9 o'clock &crel4rin.
tioadjourwd } classes of men stand proscribed an4 ostracised Moo -
Juju S. 'Jons
The President announced that the HOB. M.S. ,
other offence than that of
socaoetarniak joining an
PERRY having received toe unanimous Tote of Mr. Dallas London. which seeks only to correct the.excesses of party

)(UIJI01r C. H.. } I the Convention, was the candidate of the Demo -' spirit, and to resb ri the government.tu the purity: J
Ttatwliy. 9 o cluck. A. M.porsnaot possessed when received itfrjan thu hands of
cratic party for:Governor of this State. The following is an extract of a private letter
those who founded and refurmed it:
titCctIIti sages "
I met to
I Ik C adjournment Oa motion the Convention then proceeded to from an American gentleman in London .to.ia Looking, n the'American .party ,.
=gas'appointed to prepare resoln- the nomination of a candidate for Congress.The friend in Washington dated the 27th ulUimo: a as destined to'eradiate evil to which'.I ibave ,- .

rtbt eoui4eratioa of the Convention, re- President announcing that nominations "Mr. Dallas has every reason to be Batisfied thus briefly adverted, 1 am proud lobe called one ;
na 6rwrCMircb&irm&a. CoL Robert Floyd silts members. and can only that in selecting .
were in order, CoL Floyd presented the name of ,nib his reception beret Lord Palmerston called regret !
its bearers the choice for the.Vice President
WIoIrinr:. on him as soon as be armed and lathe most flag -,
l JZadn 11aat the Democratic and Anti- the Hon. Geo. S. Hawkins of Jackson; and C.L friendly way pressed him to dine with him the had not f.Uen.op one who could .bring (u the
J. B. Coker nominated Mr. F. L. of cause bigberguarntees for its ..success I twin can
JIIt1dD Villipigue next dar without nr form; wbidi be did, and was .
of Florida
in Convention
g psrty .' be drawn from'tbe bumble services J h. .hereto-, :t .
itafna the wincjplea laid dews by Lean; whereupon Mr. Yillipigoe in a neat and much pleased with ererj thing that pased. Lord fort rendered '. .
has to him\ to.the COQDt'1."J '
iD omtiea1 Conrention of Baltimore appropriate address, withdrew .his. name from Palmerston promised present ..
m oi a&int then their Queen as soon.. she arrives in London* lady Thanking yon again; .:for the >\ind,,manner in
own. before the Convention and tined the nomination which tiC*
1 .ukd L That ve bail u brothers those K- Palmerston also called en Mrs. Dallas-with.. 1 at4benuminMionaIsubsarjbemystt
ebip: is Florida Georgia,and the Southern [ of Judge Hawkins. The Cooventios'thea: pro- believe, Lady Wodebonse wifeof'Lord*Woo>i estien' I

.*bo,daardingprejAdiat and seeded to rot with the following remit:_. house Under:Secretary of State. Tbe'Earlor'. -.'Very respectfully, ',A.J.DOMELSOK your ob't aerv'tTo ...'

P. fiet afbare muted with tbe Debe&ermr -. For GaoaosSRawmat Ellesmere, being in the conntrjv)'. .' most IewaAlix ,. >
) H H. .Stuart
it to be the kind note and sent the family admissions b hisbooie ,. u ,..!ethers Com- .
only Natioaat pair Yates ,
ts "
,,. '' amities .
( to po Hillsleoreagb1. gallery of in his towu .
!. opable of maiataictng he Ca1boaD, ", splendid .. .
i dear coax aad the of theTsatwertetastrnefrieadsin 4taiN-.be would make'a point of"calling as ,
1 rights Columbia 11" Jefferson a
rir Judge w: O..H.f WprUipgloa *oo for
Leon t II soon as be cam* to London, and wissbed W showtbetnall '
1 a Dade Days, 1" >Hadilo1t.' ,.po !1. the civility be poasibl r' cookt: Many .longAS eriea:. '*year*,:>aa4,up to the tiaifchis, ; I .f-- ._,
mkt Xflrtkeni men, who in the Frambla 4 Monroe. : 4 d thers bad done the cone Mr.Oakford; fdruwrlyopbiladtlphts rolofitarresifnatlooha4 i seat on the. Bencb-as*

...taM....e 1I extended aa. for the Conati.f Franklin, a"II Harioe,. : 0. IIOad.deDi 4 lag eppiied to Mr., now Dallas a merchant on the mbjeet to London btthe.m.; ).a'":: Ode of the/Nt ocial vTad f,the.o dlitt> e'%, .f" ,'

I. n.t dayeq ia a pat the do- 1lll1l&DcIo, a"S Xuata Oruge,- ,1: 's.Pataam 1 slog steamer Pacific: and wishing .to prevail 'ba City e ot't;;flied oA&ra ttyt7ight'At;: bit epee .!.o

r-7 tllQ Sate where it exists aM a" ,8L.Johlll w ", .4, iN, Wie';Admiralty to steamer* lit search of n T,:. in'Baltime; from ap naek of apoplex>;, ; i 4ti't. .f. .
b Cssftpt,designed ealealated to But a" Brevard.1. ,M Mr. Dallas eare him a letter Lord Fattoeraion.a .' "..u Goreroor of the Territory ., Florid pr.
weskw iar Ley adios hythwbea tpeapli Wakau ."- .. vpaU>rdweat on Soadario Lord Palmersioi1priTste
"t. (wags _bled Iacoe.... Walton, ..L. 4. ,residency ana, .alttwwgt'he fOllGd Obi 'TIoa'tiO'us admissioa into hebnoo snd aatt >i to. .
fse eafsged with two scefftarie**writingdeapatcb q itttartitelelepCovjraL U : :
.tk'erpsM 01 hmm, their eosstitaTlo Total amber 1M totes veTy: a royr
.'.i..at the Cnioa ; c' 'to'hriI, u soon' aste-eosfre4'Mn; ; IoV.l".of"... Y(: I'. ... ', "- .
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>s.tlu fur its ,The prms .l.uDeaDee4 ;hat the H eMa: Ceavfl. .Ietta' entered etfiste "tbe'anb' .. ". ," 'A. .. t ... ..14'J1ae. -. _
and W aV **W MW '
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pro2r yei the ba l' e 1jF'Yemoc .Oakfolrd .to" mi" : ....tr11t'dd: : .r ti.. ; 1'1.-1. ."..-.' '.
ki*'T? Violation ."Ch e Federal &wsns 4sybryt t eee .... '? jct, 'P4..tndaced.llr. '''' ", weur'eiotbti ,/ ; .
M.. febremvs tithe rights... e,.nslitj or t'L"t.. .. e$,...... >k' d ,s ad II vu-sEined to "n4 to : an..., IIIJT"Q., \ +o ."'t }7"- :, ,. '
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rap { :, ;# Dott' w'. Dallas ,, be had done.** is ... jfJl- '
"__ tbt Re/ trade betweee the tie a .s1 'i lpt, e. to -&illlbaa f .apoa ;
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%' Webatil'ee ne In viia 'M drllrot'1Ers P1eutlion. locus fbaeanal uBcdrt
;. A' .liaIae'l'athhu..l'Ii-" l1rH M6ch.
.' .'J> ,." ". ',':..;:' :::'.. ; .:.../ -," ... a j '" cj* .tftJ viitti'serrovr.the ., the' 'Stftepbun' U .? 'she daaenew ,putt t.l 'h wsa gI I,en tlw el air st,vf;;.. "'
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e'. ,: 'Y,: Jti; Jl f"+Cc +. t',,',' ; icedwat. :i A'ad ..tbcl, ti .
ff:1... TW"'C''I.JV.f'1' 'I.i.r\: of i'iait-ti: tlleot.man wbkb SMtabled atTemj>eraiiee Half its Jfam onHth. tly !, .
_' ,. .... 4eah ; occurred dniu end, tam eddy tlw WI "sy__ .tas
< .. ''' '':t-.. ; ,','\ 4J.l l.. oS leer. ,deja'IJGee in tbi City rqba rlatoo 60 histaVdeONtseti .. Some ttirlf or / rVd te -teL let,JWf Jd."ld vdacary retiaM4'4 hdreedtat

1_.- .,:. ". \ iia J5'.6 lj.j"tt'f; 1r4 .Aewe':tJ 'KtwYorkq. 6uivtbqwa eeL :Thin offlmitUe on reaehitio. rep .rted['.* mmweat the pri....r :soil

: ,. ..., ..JJl4l \11', : Mol the desperate stroggl. .
'.J.,,.. .'.' ,.".I'. .' : 1 : long;.adtbj timateiyodb.Tcievei', : : number, ,* ..ituoept then one.indirectly; en* T.tmUl Cu"k"'pf" 4e1y\

<'; :1r::> ',' :.$ .Y* air.ra A'.tfIRrA-' ,f WerpJ. : ** ;found him ia alt the relations.of life the true mans durstngthe nomination of Fillmoroand Doo.l on, The rneof of the falls yht...

-' } AixoVl*'ks'oartr Acr oatx" Ao rr!vtU.-it pat :He war the:affcctloaatehusband, thedoUa. father 'whicbv after aa aJ mated ojicu sou, W M ttriettn passed .. when ,ih.rt ere"

.,' 'p itw the eitiea:of Bosto .-piew.Xork'end Pbila 'and:the attached Wend; both gentle hUaad estate hi; The council wound up Its'bmilncubydi,- crowd of "Ile I* an sgalaii ""- "fit"- '!"
" t\--W'; 4e1pwa.'p4Ia'.fty.empowered to take adfenileI.Jl1' era, one,.I' wasfond Up '
-' :, 'brave la his character. Of In bandbg the American party of Georgia, a* a ae* ..c. C
: unswerving *
:! ments and IUbIcri tiuD.he rate required : powerful moscahr eff rt. tia4'... ,},
...'R\, .;,..'.,. :t '... Hia recejpla will- be regard+ aspaVments fits tegrity and..;of"exemplary life,, butt paiafat the' 1.cret'orgaaixaUua.. We, publish below the resolo completely 1*> the level ol the ....h. ,.
: I Offices art-Boston. Sooilay'a Building; New Intelligence tbarbe baa gone dowel to the grave, boas adopted : hu Wet weN restiB'-upwu 4t..

,jf'Jf'\ Tfiric'Tribune.Bandings : Philadelphia, N. E. CoaacU was vainly eodMT.>riHj- tore' .....+tyb
. XtmHttd 1. That the Slate ia
'r''\ leaving,1ebTQd'aim .a family X, little children BOW session
comer Fifth and,Cbesnot .Streets.NOTICE.. One ./ the uittetr w
. .. >- abolish all obligations uf secrecy which have rope. ..
a motherless and fatherless, to battle r.om'loIaaq: I upon the'scsfWd and H +M ,
{ f i heretofore characterised It la a secret
._,'t.;, .. aiaided'by' filial affection, 1ltb.tbe. trials. and order, and that it do now teratve' Itself into aa feet from their bold; Ut hi iX s
* r lent effort he threw hlm *)f t. laTSL .
tJ. .r temptations of this prifidions world. open Convention ol the Americia party of Georgia.
:" :A meeting of the knamDers of the- Preaoy He has filled -various Important'public tiu'u. again aaeteedcd io getting ..M fey.
itf the drop. CJmscaffold.
teriaa Church ia- this city will be held,attha 2. That' this Convention recommend to the edge w Q
I military; and irivio with honor to himself and imagining that all ryled bit 1
Party, in liea of the Secret Councils which have
'Church eu to morn (2dint,, for thepurpose: credit to bit country. In the community where beretoWn'been organized in the respective counties beck and lie nixed bold of.... ...mM

-' \;:-. of'appointing..Trustees. for\, the waning year.' he made bis home be wampeeted and beloved, aa Association be established and kepi op and could it ftee waa him with(rum e,'vaidetsbi.UM d..{

': in each county whose, object shall be |o promote se&&. t,
and his death .will be to them a calamity keenlyfelt again suspended. a
the interest nf the i mericaa Part- .
fY The Late European._- War. and long remembered ia angntsa and sorrow. RIMJlMl, That the State Council ,having dissolved from The the abort, relief the of tiw wrttcfctd ice...w..:.
'.umma1'1 f'a.w. from ourexchanges"se His remains baring been shipped to St. Marks, this Convention deeoi it inexpedient pmorv reps ---{
In making a
op. proceedings p.b..ta f ( 4Ivisand
take action at thb time ia reUtloo to the aom eMpd-.
,will through this city. in a few days to be any '
pass to tb. astonishment
'U kd think will anton
< vce inations made by the National Convention in Feb. 1on,,,.,Mc
the intered at residence in Hamilton County of this be a third time H ccwded 'per
be of more: than ordiaU71oteress' ,to reader. fG&1I&1t., but we leave to the American Partyof 'b ii
The conclusion ,of the late war ia Europe seemsto State. this state to bold a Convention at such a time upon the platform.reach 1M end fetal BJ-WII k;, ;... tb
tempted to rope' res
be deemed the Central E:*
have bad a most satutary effect upon all classes aa may expedient by ur three other seen tau a.aia fcJSiu ****.
eeutive Committee to take snca action in refer-
particularly: In those States which bare spent so Later from Nicaragua.It eon to laid nominatioua as may be deemed advisable. man's feet from their hold,and W..:*.

.., much in both blood, and treu.r.. to acccmplwb' baa been but a.few-days since the news from ; ibis down fearful' until tbe final atreggb... wrr. by
wars .
what baa been [effected and ratified .by the late Central America of such character to Jtttolttd, That this Convention express their the scene btiDi. ........;
was a as di8'rrrentneightxni.gmerrily t (
readendoubUesl thanks to William Hone, President; aDd J. N. Wert
Conference Paris. Our cast a doubt npoa the probable future'success of Lewis. Secretary, the late State CoonciUf'the upon the a.DfIQOmDn& oIl'Wt n'ata
acquainted with the terms of.the Treaty for.tha'able and ef9 ud contrast tu the 1Mr..ncbni1 I
fully the WALKSK expedition, owing to the defeat of American Order in Georgia, 'Qrot
At iiiot o'clock the'
far as they,have beva published the world. The one of his principal officers in a bard contested engagement ci.nt manner ia which they have discharged the down and placed in bttdI"a-bell ILe ,::-, ..i
: duties of thdr respective o tti< war though of short:duration has cost tb,governments it buried in "...
with the Costa Ricans But our latest Jtesolttd, That the thanks of this body be ten log wu the jail p1l1'lUl&II
engaged' in'it
of dollars,_with a lost Crmn: five to ..seven ban changed, and,WALKKK U victorious; having this Convention, fur the satisfactory manner la --- -

'lircd thousand ,men, -an enormous' *nd borrible, bad a severe battle with the, same enemy at thetown which then bare performed their duties. OD1TLAHT.
On motSen -it ordered t.ha&tb,
was proceedingsof
sacrifice when, mpa.fcl1ntb' toe amount of'good' of Biro, on 'the Western side'of Lake Nie.iuragga the Convention ;be published.la the American ''Tta ....tb. residence of LIIf ;
that bas been effected. 'The advantages to. the ,' State. S. S. 2
midway between: Grenada aad San Juan I papers of this ear Jacksoorille E. Fla. .
commercial wurld'eeured by the;.treaty of peace, del Stir. The battle from: all accounts was long The Convention then adjourned tin dU. the twentieth, of his ,,. w. fu des
: t' J. C. RUSE year erg
will, without .doubt., be. cunalderabty'enbaoced; and warmly contested .by both partiest.be'eolta G to. Jorxs, Secretary. President.. Ile loved his home and.eldoa

us the restrictive; policy"of: .the'Ruiiipn. Gojern. Blanc loosing ,800 men,and WALit' 58 killed i'' the house of God, at whO(. plop feftilktllr... 'K

meat, exercised in limiting an}' coat-olio the 63 wounded, and 17 missing. We refer our rea Henry A. 'amend the resldency.Governor taken 'the Measles nor did at oat tiA
commerce of the Black' Sea, in such a manner as 'for Wittitwasjmeasles :
den to another column the particulars of the
written until he consulted
Wise baa the following letter kit "nicLuT
to obstruct the navigation of the Danube has been a
to Buchanan Committee of the State soon aa he was informed of At
neutralized so far as to,open the ports ors,the I. I of New 41ehh

Eaxine lea.board, *and give freu and unlimited IST It will doubtless be a source of considerable York, on the subject of the Presidency: bedroom which he never ha Mil ...

, egress to the productions\ of the Tad provinces regret and sorrow'to our readers, to learn of RICHMOND ,March 5. 1358. his eyes In long and Listing 'T.q-B; W4 _
Dear 81'-1 received bf the 23d alL, today friends who were anxious b hit
situated in that portion'of Europe. Its effect the death of the BervWiLLABD PXESTC of Su- and have no hesitation in giving frank rarf
a reply he did Dot believe be wunld
upon, the Empire of Turkey and the change of ann.b. He was at the. time of his death,-aa he i to the resolution of inquiry of which fOIl.rt. "I ant not afraid to die,* uj gtser.hatsilb
policy,wbicb has been made in the administration bad been for more than twenty8rayiars-pastor the medium.Asto airs h. 'c
,, corpSe told me pla 1'I11".n".u."
will induce of the presentation of my own name for U. ..,
nf the government, men capital to of the Independent Presbyterian Church of that
nomination for the. Presidency maD of aid ia
can only ssy that young good }r aed uial fcjf
direct their attention more closely to that. quarter City,and bad reached the good old age of seventy I have oo part in it, and will have none, farther reading, be loved his drar oM r..th.r .

of the Globe, and bring tbeir means, energies and one years. The funeral services over his body In than to say that I,will not withheld its use from ? lieu
infiucace to bear" in the elevation of a county I the Church where he bad so longofficiated. are my friends, if they think it can be fairly made home. He left as once ti> ...l tm plup & i
serve the cause of the country and of, the democracy. Savannah, but after a few aovjh* I
which can by no means be called enlightened, aaid to bare been grand and imposing indeed. Wfttt II\
friends here that be wished to ::
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and which certainly'occupies a grade below. .'. I was at the last Convention, the avowed friend his dear Father and said Grtvd:

mediocrity the scale of true national greatness. rT It has been rumored for several days that of Mr. Buchanan's nomination, and would hareso
declared now, and had I not expressly understood "I would not give my fnn:2trJhom,
It seems that efforts have been successfully madeto Roger A. Pryor, of the Richmond Enquirer, and *
that be would not be a eaodnUte fur the Its o-ippineM and health
introduce reforms, moral, social and religions, R. W. Hughes, of the Richmond E.ta1J&innwire Presidency. I mean not to say that I am not For all the city palaces

aa the imperial decree of the 21 at February last, about to engage in a duel, in consequence of the now friendly to his nomination, but that I am not Their pleasures and tIeir.
.r.itL"But :
mil if provisions be faithfully complied with of the latter Buchanan committed to him or to any man. My main desire
cpmments (a man) upon a is that the democracy shall be united on the best Faass baa left his oldftib-rtamtiBii

work an entire revolution in both her foreign and pamphlet published by the former in favor ofGen. man with the best chances of success.I his early exit, yet full of hap ft4tr hi-.fc.

domestic relations. ,One of our exchanges in Pierce' re-nomination. The affair however, especially desire that the Virginia democracy will be rewnitod m
ahAppJerMiWttnWee-if ,
commenting on this subject says: baa been amicably adjusted by the interposition shall not be distracted, and I am commitUd only bas left affectionate brothers
their udtriala
to preference whatever it be, within the hrs-
"Our readers are aware that Turkey has been I of their friends. range of legitimate selection. I will go with the everlasting peace be thine my sa.'
for centuries thegtvat stronghold of Modern faith, I r. Virginia .regiment into the battle, and remain
and that Christians have occupied a position of in* IT:; The British Steam frigates Tartar and with it through the fight until death or yictor,. 8.1.1DID.

ferioritv. being excluded and fntra any participation Desperate bare returned from their cruise in Pennsylvania baa always stood by Virginia, ia thisWILLIAM city on SlondayueraiogtiK II(.
in the affUir uf the State from from the days of Simon Snyder'and ThvJefferson
oi many valuable privileges by the Mabommedan search of the missing Steamer Pacific. Their down t. this day; she ia one of mss the TRAVERS, SMUAUA of flaws P. rid

object of the Sultan. By' virtue of the search extended u far west as longtitude 25 de- largest and oldest and best of the old Thirteen C. DawZls, aged one J1 r,f IUII a

above mentioned decree" know as the "HatU-IIn- green,bh the parallel! of latitude 55 d l'eu.- States, and she has claims give a candidate, and SI days.
maiOlm of Ou1.lIane, which bft/ormerlv been she has a son worthy of a nomination who is
a Alas t bow changed that
Although were fired every two bonn duringthe lords ftnrtr
in all of the Ottoman guns
promulgated parts! Empire, representative, man and name, of his State's democracy
the Suluui declares that, "wishing to increase the. bight, and'a strict watch kept up, during the ; and if Virginia again' prefers him, as Which bloomed and cheered ov Wsrt,

welfare and happiness of his subjects vrho are allequal day no trace of her was'discovered. she did in 1852, I will go for his nomination might Fair fleeting comfort of takar, 1

in his 'eyes, arid who are equally dear to --'S.p" and main. How soon we're called to part

bun, and wishing to promote the prosperity of bit Iff.:WHMtia, American Minister to Central Virginia offers no candidate, and will not likely .t I
Empire he bas ordered that the ancient ecclesiastical rote for any son of her own antes her sister That once toyed form, nov coU; ud'-l. '
privileges of all non Mussulman'relgbua America; has addressed a letter or protest to States shall all upon' her to present her prelreDce : Each moarnfai thought !
denominations shall be confirmed and maintained the President of Costa Rica, relative to the killingand to the Convention. If she presents no son of > i

that all religions stroll be tolerated; that persecution wounding of American Citizens by bar fo her own in the first instance, my belief is that oa We weep oar earthly 0'CW'1ed. f
and punishment on account change of relig rcesthe first ballotings in convention her vote will be And withered all oar joys !
the 7th of
at Virgin Bay on April
;:ion are forever abolished; that the Christians of east for f lr Buchanan with an earnest, honest desire 1
all denominations are allowed to build churches --- .53 to have him nominated. If bU name fails. From adverse blasts aoJ hwaingttermy

schools bosp'tala and cemeteries, free from all Mount Fcrnon. then' Virginia will expect Pennsylvania to go His favored soul God bare; 'I

_hindrance. _!__. _or,_restriction I:!" _"" ___ .;.#thsttbevare 000_ .L 'henceforthsum'aa'v'e ,. I along" .with.her for her,preference.: And_ I say And with yon bright angelic forms
100 mi viucvvwi ouucp .1ooal way may We find in the Rational tins witnout rejecting other States or candidate,
the and Washington, ItkUift** He lives to die m"ri'
join army acquire'mihtary' distinction ; for whoever is nominated by the Convention s.t no
that they may,'bold real estate in Turkey} that rerof Friday, the subjoined.letter, which, will ,be Cincinnati, on a sound democratic platform will 1

they shall represented in the Cuuheil of State; perused with interest: .' be supported by Virginia, and she desires to ex I
that they may give testimony in the Courts of Justice elude no candidate from having his name proposed. BARGAINSlStock I i
,and be permitted (u swear ... Moue Two, April 14.
according. to their She will heartily go for Mr. Pierce, Mr. Douglas
respective creeds;' that expressions.and epithets j_. Gait* & Stolon. 'or any other sound manor the North, and acts up, of Goods fog !lIe.I ;

wbieh imply inferiority race or religion, shall Gentlemen-My attention baa been called to the equal pretensions only for a sun of her owa or the Subscriber intending to law.'6Wtt
be banished from all public d .coments. The daysof misapprehension appear to exist in different South. She would, doubtless, looking to men THE May, offers bit stuck of Oooi ftr lilt.

religious persecution at an end and believer parts uf the country respecting the sale of Mount aloDeil'Prefer: one of her own sous-for example To any person wishing &cJ en lIP iaths lavs-
of every creed are placed upon a footing of Verona. ,of the Senate, or some other; hut the tile Business, this i* a rare vppuituny. it tt
perfect equality. Besides these : religiftus Will you permit me through 4he columns of. the proposal of the name of one of her sons she would stock will.be sold at wholesale,at skip Me.
reforms direct taxation is to be introduced, taxes' National Intelligencer,to make the following statement defer to,her lia.t.erSlate., and to none more specially tioa from the retail prices. The 6woi *n
of all kinds are to be collected .by the Stats', and ,;'which I think will conduce to a proper an than to Pennsylvania. a bought for cash, and princpaUr at ..., !

the old practice rf farming the reveodescompIct.: Vernon matter. For myself I prefer that Mr. Buchanan's'. name very low price Therefore tae st ek eu W ii
JYlboli.h ; ropriationa are to be made,for Mount baa never,in thetrne sense of the shall be presented to the National Convention at leas than New York wboleMfc xiees.

the construction .f roads, canals and other, works term, been for sale. 'Since it has been in my possession indeed that the field of selection shall be .large To persons buying at retail,a tftdnetka,ef taper
of public Utility, banks and other inatitutiphsof a I hare* at various times,"ta reply to the in. as possible-that the elaimaof every good and cent will be made oa all bills: of In labs
like character, are t t be established 'SO, reform quiries of persons connected with the Government great man'who bas a hold upon the masses or the aid over.
ef the monetary and financial system as :well.. ;aa of the United States and 'of .
Virginia, informed people without 'regard to section;be thought of To Merchants and dealers wtsaiag bed II-
the creation of certain funds" to increase the material -, them that only the United States or Virginia, if and fairly considered, in reference to'the popular portion of the stock rare imfaceaMaB vnS Is
ricbes of the Empire: ey.u1'IbAdcJ to com* either desired it, could obtain possession of Mount will; and not to the seJfisb interests' of mere politicians offered .
coerce agriculture is to be abolished.and; "to V eraon.. and 'then .
; every regiment wm ,be Tb. business must positively fie closed by at.
gain tbf'led..in-d ends, means are to be devised .The proposition to purchase foot Veraoa marched to the grand
by up democratic! encampment, 8th, of May. Those IB wait of barjiijay ffl
10 employ profitably the science, art, and capital the Unlte4 States baa, as.I. understand, been with high Ikopea of bean 'the banner corps and of please call befOre that time. .,. .
Europe todevelope the resource of the coon brought before Congress more than gladly'and gloriously leading' -
upon one occasion on to aa signal my l-2t TU03.MUSBSiO..
t". Such are the measures which the Sultan1 has ; without any definite action in relation tq the moral aa well, political, victory.,, pledge you
directed bis aran4Yizier to'carry rQt.Jefl": and .object. 'having"ketf place. It seemed reasonable.i that .the"Old Oaar4..o{ Virginia will tread OFFICE F. A.Jt O. CENTRAL RULjACTSOrnLLav IOU'
to the ke "that they are henceforward executed with I then, to conclude that the United lates did not "with the tramp of the serried busy*regularly ice Frjc,April t M,'V3L)
pdobtuality'by1neaniof which'Turkey wish toacqnirejbe the line against the foe aid oV oz'die fo
part ltfaaiit7
and its mmense''resosresa will uowbq I :n.-bttG1t-et: or o( Virginia twice reonmmen*, of the field of cooflct wbese doy and order may THE, Stoeknoldera of the Trda, *
thrown open tb enterprise: energy"and"Indus dad to the Geavral Userobtr Central Rail Road art hereby. -
of the State the por. command..: lam, air,your*truly. .
try of the teat or the world. Numbers of foreigners ebsseofMount Vernoa fay Virginia; In the\ first 1 .. <' ,theta ibtta' lnstaln.ent of five per enL epos 8a
nu.r WID.... .
will doubtless be attracted Into'the instance the t' Capital Stock of said Company hu ben .
country, --
committee appointed in;the Home,oC JSSEzecutionIIttonible
and oommeretd-rehtlonaesubliabedwlth all \' to. be paid oa or before the 5nt Vaodty ji Jnext. "
parts.of petagatea to Jnquir tote the made
the world.* Thaw it 1RIUeat.J- hoped,. port. Upon tbq.second 'oecaaion>> ,.the corm no iIttea're.! ,;, ., --.J Some at the Scaffold. .' Dr order or the Board j. .

and that Cbristisn before IQn ezttmpie'geld,,tirilia, n;raligkMUltt4erauoa supplant, tba tgno,*'> .reported kingthepnrebmoftMgemsYeruoawbleb, and.the j.ertstattmptid1(-l a.bill respeo\ both.* three;W0.children.Bon afield; for the murder of bus wife and eel 1-4t See'l Y.1 0. v.h Oua8.o: J.x c.:.
executed in
,was front of Newgate
ranee, fanatkisideorra flue ana inertness .
bad ,were infcrmedl beJbrehaadTwjould aot'axcept'be- jrooo; Lnadoa:oa the S4tb alt "
brought the once ttiglrtjretapire"to the'verge caase It wa itol iq,ac dance with the,tCTroa '
of ruin. Hb"utd s.;b be tl result .tljr &bct'tatlnOD1'oCpiaioatDK had been com- REWARD0STESRidejofOraogeCak '.
; w will, whlehlbidea> *
JJowraor *
in. -
rme -
rep Ijc te ,;.thepnsener let hia, bead his '"I Ili
, Dot bubecc; favata" drop on TR'AYED. horn -7 plantl8oa ea
v_ Ain.ppl.tlou. ttu4t SUU*uld'obtain tbWcpf ti
ftadt he
.. appeared already: to have felt taupueg'o1 fa.JriGa c..t ,
; !*:. v- .. :
Last week, .wt .1wwt| aapi>aiBtaavjii.Bol "Tba the>4 Veroon. tie excVatMHvtaving already arrived. the prisonerlraaraJaW dose to the neck. TL.other a BOTH niKr*.'
receiving 'a1 supply of paper of the proper size, *, only peni ned. would selabe'prupert3 by (bar mea sad tb tbat-nunaer eonVt er in color thus the mars> aad lit sa "fTj* <- --.

sod this week .labor i ila btrig to almost :bat 'ed V> tfca $scafful...v As be appeared totally uvIw -; :I will give a reward of fifleea aaUsn,**JJ
tlfi cane "
red h.t-a. aIJ.'w"; Abe re1""ho the ertdttiasilddrppedto '
'jrs x coasidered. that:tag. best person wbo,,will rttara Oxoss alaf te tM stf-
Dot rathef'tiu.. d -+peinl. ,: tbwevrrbq;i ate u ''J liiUl .eofxwrtlie subject.,nameJy. +Worse.to beadpWw'. 'to ,laet bias ia,.afchairttnder plao&at ou above named AST lafer w tt*>i"1*- .
with tbef. Mtottt epee ., sot rial..'-. \: Oejka.U ..T be tau"arutalied*fa t&t position : lation' Cbo..uJ.1riI1..1aa1I J' ,
4 sbest + 'n tbst;'C.iu .. Mass; pr egtlopoetreepegtI llyeort obedlI ky. one ,etbe,anltUnta; _JLU.' CaiewJk .. ';AMrrn Qraage tr.o.r"' ,'' :"t'nfAprill

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lIIiiTARY: AQbTTERYe A UnI1I .LARGEST SlidI : adn teraHlate :.

h aiid Wint r iitzi'RESJlECTFULLY' _. I*..... ,' ,I '. :
Landlagitk -
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and ...... j -- '
I Inform*vtbe Ladies :t' : St:;J ohi'. Birer ;,. k /

I. J)1t1'Et i.set up cMa the lUrana .I'I&11fl'A' I Jacksonville, and the aoYrmin MERCHANDIZE: 1 The ..S&ea1DftARLD'GTON' Captain :l41rU. .)i: .. 'r''i

aelGbe bec'altlt" It.8 believed to I : wrl1 the t and Summer Jacksonville every L ::; :
u m0i ; stock or
i"' clcntoud,as new and beautiful Spring nuJF..D.Ji at 8 o'clock
J "I& of morning ailtaumedsl.. "t ?f.-: t"e
. Good, Goatifttinjr iapart :
,, Leaving. PalHka & o'clock
loada1.mornlft tar ,
. GOODS : : > 4 '::' .
MAY DRY co nnecti o n.."
' FOR will fvach Lake Monroe came day .Returning, '" ,., ,;, :.''
I CLASS C. Calicoes, Muslins, Barages, Ginghams Can 'now be seen at will leave Enterprise at R n'cloekTuesday morning,,. ";< ,,' ," >
Jackonots and Checked Cam : ,
and Pfthtka at & o'clock !, F"
Wednesday DU'1w.g.'an
>3 nam aILL 'ft
G:3 THE CITY OF MONT* bric's, Black and Col'd. Silks. the ;Store of arrive at.Jatkt4 Title came day. s. "t ,."x".
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REEDAg'tatJacksonvile' \' (
MAV Chambrays, Challies, Silk and nlf R. 1:. ltElD.'A?' PaJa\.b. *
ItAMA, ELLIS] LED Mliii ) a ,
roJECr. Lace Mantillas, Bleached and Un- Cabin "; > ".rk.., y,"-x. : "''!A
1ST, 18,6; .,Passage to New York )25
bleached Homespun Irish Linens '. I>
PRIZES &C6.Terms .
Damask Table Cloths '
and Nap- .

30,000 kins. B. E. Diaper, L. C. Hanker- Cash. ,. I aU.,S, Mail Line, '

rr 'b\iW accordin to the following' chiefs, Fancy Silk Trimming's, ;.
f; \It .dltptl-d at the exprrat desire vi Silk Gloves WITHOUT attempting: to enumerate every variety The i ,
c' m e, and Mitts, Embro'd., new and splendid side-.beel steamships- :
few dunces at large of Merchandize contained (n ,oar Stock, we *.
. ho tn.tl'l' a KNOXVILLE 1,500 tons CapUC. D. LCOLOW .
e tr '
aum. a. d Grass Skirts Plain and Fig'd.Ribbons would call attention to of the articles ;
some leading -
J'I at inignincant I AUGUSTA .
#7 iaol c41ar1crs 1,500 tons, Capt. :, : .i- -
3'CAl'ITAL PRIZES Silk and Straw Bonnets, : vix: Tobacco I FLORIDA. ,,1,300'toDs, Capt.M.S-WooDUCtt,. ," ,
1 125 bales Hay 115 boxes from ALABAMA 1,300 tons, ,Capt G.,B. Scawci, .. ,it. .
Silk Illusion and Bobcncts Muslin
ecerv WITHOUT 400 bushels Corn, 8c to 76c per lb., I .
due '
-1".1.1.G eaa 19 d ,,'Lca and Cambric Edgeings Collars 35 bblx Mess Pork, 46,0a. Segars Will Leave Savannah !;.
8 bhds Sidea, from (4 to $5. Ettry WEDNESDAY and 'SATURDAY. "
,J.toCU"11 CL\S5 c. Chimesetts and Sleeves, Artifi'l. 8 Shoulders, COO papers Fine Ait,
; Flowers and Net- 4 tierces Hams, smo', A cbew'gTob'cA, These ships are among the largest on the coast,
ill.. ........ $5.000 .Tabs, Musqucto
......> .O\I. '
J .. .- T bbl, Laid, 50 Ibs Alacabor & Scotch unsurpassed in speed, safety,or comfort, making
.... ..... 2..500f
,rr- are. ting Parasols Fans umbrellas their
-. 14 kegs Snuff; Massages in 60 to 60 hours, and are commanded
J. > 1.-VW
..l ) 8 bbla N. 0. chests Grcea.k bl'k Tea2hhds by skilful, careful and polite officers. Having '
..b. 1..l.re.......... ].000 and a large assortment of Hosiery llolasses,8" .
from 87K to $1 lb.' elegant sUterom accommodation .they offer a ,
211 -........1.o 5 bbls Golden Strop, 10 boxes Pearl ana Cbrn; conveyance
... ... OO
I *if ...... :.'rJIare.)j} .. .. 500 2 A.O.Phillip'a" Starch, Cabin Passage,..,. .....,... ........$2:;. .

1. *. -.::: &oo .. wo Clothing. 6 crusted Sugar. 1 do Creem'Tarkr. Steerage I'asaagt.$8PALELFORD
5 Powdered do 20 do Chocalate, ,
M 500
SuO Dress Coats Flannel Shirts
1 b &00 20 Coffee crushed'25 do Raisins, Agents in Savannah.
1 fHWare. do Pants hegro do SAMUEL L.: MITCHILL
Brown ,
do SO
25 do Figs,
1 .......;. !,/1U &oO do Vest, Hats and assorted 13 New Y rk.
boxes Havana n30y-apll2 Broadway
Capl 2 : do 10 do Lemon Syrup, ,
IM ... ...
; ......... !IIIj.re. Stock and Cravat, Shirts ArI.
60 bbls Irish Potatoes 5 do Tumatu
.M ... .. ... 500 Ketchup
' .......... benare BOOTS JWD SHOES. Cabin Passage Charleston to- New
d' 64 Apples, 5 1'ickels,
. I\an!............ 4.000
** .. lRbI' / Lady's Enameled Boots, Jlen'a Boots, coarse, 10 Turnips, 5 Sauces. York, Twerity-Fwe Dollars. '

I'. ....lloO:.0 1,250 do colored Tien, do do fine. 3 Dried Apples, 80 No 1 Fam'lySoap .. .

:' ..... ::)arct.... ....... :,\150 do kid do do Shoes Slippers, 1 "" Peaches, 10 "" Pale do United States Mail Line
Prizes do silk Gaiters, do Congress Gaiters 22 Onions, 15 Toilet do ,
iPProsimatiol do kid Slippers, do Kip Brogans 12 Flour,, North'rn, 1' Castile do
+ Y Ittc'uf.... ()O ........$ Misses curd Carters, Youth's do 42 sacks Georgia, 5 bbls Vinegar. NEW YORK & CHARLESTON

t 1-. 41" (If ..... ho .re.... .... 400 do Boots A Slippers, do Shoes and Boots 1 bb Tongues cider and Wine, STEAM SHIPS,
I : dol of POare. S20 liegro Brogans. 2 Mackerel, au..Sarsaparilla Kyrip,
V.1. *, *f 35 Sf,0 Together with a large assortment of 10 half bbls 1 capers, THROUGH IN 48 TO 53 HOURS.

t do du of.. ... 10 are. .... .. 320atoansing HARDWARE 25 kits.c 1 bbl Pickets,
2: 75 boxes Herrings, 24, ozs Quinine, best '
, : to. .. ............$ OOOO CUTLERY 800 pounds Codfub, 5 bags Moca cofiee,, (SEMI-WEEKLY.)

10 firkins Butter, 8" Java do
of TickcU.w 20 boxes Ctccpe 43 Rio do ASli1 LLE,1,804) tons, }.I. Berry, Commander
Price Purchasers will find it to their interest to call and MARION: !
l,5oO tons, W*. J. FOSTER Com'r.
w $ $125. 25 bbls Pilot Bread, 4 kgs Gun rowder,
<2 'L WAN,A quad Manager, examine our Stock, at the Carolina corner before 10 Navy 45 boxes Adamantine JAMES ADGER, IMO tons S. C. Turner, Ccm'r.
else where. As shall take
purchasing vrv SOUTIERNER,1,000 T.D. EWAN
Montgomery, Ala. great 5 Sugar Crackers, candles tons, Com'r.
pleasure in trying to please all those who Leave Wharves
may Adger's every Wednesday and
HALL, 5 Doston"
t'APOTUECARY lO;boxes candles
furor with calL All Sperm ,
us a orders from the Saturday afternoons after the arrival of the
Jacksonville Fla. 5 Hard
2000 Ibs Lead and Shot
shall be attended from the '
country, promptly to. South and West.
JcfTt-s WTMAK, KM .' 1 Graham .
and 26 boxes
lefts } f Lozengco, "
+ Jacksonville Fla. '
rK april 9 1856 S M These steamships wer built expressly the
erstinsupenutendtbeDnLwingS Fancy 65
ywCi B. LeCin fODtainillJ money will be strict -Merchants' Hotel., 4 ". White Beans, 75 sacks candy Salt;, asserted, Line valled, and on the fur coast.safety comfort and speed are uari-

., cua6druuaL 5 Burning Fluid 10 boxes Pipes
, dt.! Tables
supplied with ln.'. Attentive
JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. 5 Sola Oil, 160 casks hails, every ry.
at Uednrod Price 3 Lard and courteous commanders will uu>ure travellers

rJ'lli Fan b8rriM'has nuw on band a beautiful THE undersigned beg lean to nail himself of 4: Linseed Oil 2 2"Wrought Spikes, 6 in do,, by this line every possible c .. Or;&sd accommo

nnr".1 Fashionable FANS which be is opportunity of ()f notifying his friends 7 Machinery Oil, 10 Family Grind Stones, dation.
J id'sard' J'ried.1pri and the public generally, that his bom; is 2 Turpentine, 3 Empire citrcookstuves For freight wr passage, u ,t.i;: elegant stateroom
x/ CEO. FLAOG.TUT now open fur the reception of permanent and 1 Fur e Varnish, 2 Revere accommodations, apt>l, :.'
- transient boarders by strict attention to lusinens 1 ', Copeland 5 Boston liEN1- ? MF.KOON: ,

VA11D FOR SALE. and moderate charges he hopes to merit a liberal 1 M Ship 5 Watertown Box t:a.raatin. ,.So. Ca.

: lard in Jacksonrille. Uaral County, share of public patri.nage. 1 Putty, 5 Parlor Cabin Passage ;-v*', .

Thuds,is ufend for sale. It includes ahon<< feb 7-ly JOHN BOZEMAN, Proprietor. 20OOOlbPbil.Pnre Lead,800 lbs stove Pipe, Feb. 21 Steerage, fc.

.:-1eIf Jsnd) .and aU n .4entslur Tanning .dlKatberwith all Seeds Seeds! Seeds! lOCOft.as'dWin'wGIass. For Florida Direct. .

bind anp1iment.! uccesrary fur the work, with JUST received a choice supply of Garden RUILD1XG .VA TBIZIAL

UnTLT.olUrk.ic. It baia Urge vcgetaXtt&ekad all of the Last Crop, and warranted I 40.000 Bricks 3uO White Pine Panel Through in 25 to 3G hours to
to it,which. already planted gOlld. 200 cub Rockland Lime, iMmn, Palatka !

d. mirtlcf fruit IuteiFeaebes Ac.igt Bo, Cauliflower do, Celery, E. Corn in variety" 25 Plaster Paris, 150 pares Blinds, THE FAVORITE STEAMERCAROLINA '

l.'J"1"G" ..1.ht1 : purchase will apply inrJkts Cucumber t du,Egg Plaut, L tk.Tumoto in variety, PU/l..YITUJE.: # ,lit

lettuce in variety, Mellon do, Union Seed do, 15 Sofas from |:10, to $35, .- .
lull 15:16,<4 variety, Uudieh do, Pepper Spinacb, Squsuh in 11 Outtage, Clian.Ur Setts, from $25 to $45, ..-;;-; '1 :1.,
variety, Turnips do, Arumantic and Sweet Herbs 40 Beadhtcad, from $3 50 to $:'j, -
TEE BONDS IN MARKET. do, Flower Seeds do. 25 Bureau, from $4 to I'!%

: ;tt ptr cent. Cmipun Bnuds of the town At 10 Ex. Tablet, Oak and Walnut, ,

TEEf <*Title, aDd ofthe dmnty of Comm March, 19-Ct Jacksonville, .Fla. to Mattresses, L. ITI. COXETTER, Commander.
.J2ioId r-.ymtut .41t.&ilrnaJ atip l CflPth1uS Also Pine Tables, Wash Stands, Sinks Wardrobes
ILL relllme her regular trips! 1 fi.r the season. ,.
"tjwuftitd HT sale by the Railroad Cumpany. COME AT LAST. Ice Chests, Center Table Hat Trees,.Work I V b'tearing South .Wharf; Qn TUESJAY.
:xtag.i! !trig:> be pawl either in Jack t urille.jtloS Stands, Card Tables! Looking Glasses 4c. the 25th IlUIl, at half 'pest two Q'clock, I'. M., and
: *.,r N'r..urk., at the option of the A. LARGE Jot'of choice'Goshen-Butter. and DRY GC lJS. every TUESDAY at the same time sbo' will leave

rytil fcrtb:.r. The bonds already issued Cbrese.tuOJ 5 thscs. Blue Strip Homespun, for Jacksonville,. Picolata and: Ifalatka, and the
EHtvnirrjdthinr' ream to run, and are of Ibs. of those delicious new Hams. :. .. 4V M Denims, other landings.on the St. Johns Biter .
7oeaan atanrutE60 1000 3000 "" New Bacon Aides. .. .4 'stribe Shirting STAGES connect, at the planet named, with
irditji eucreiKct.afro and pru&tahle I inTeetMUircapiul 2000 Shoulders de. 2" Anton Osnaburgs,
Alligator, Madison and other interior towns of
.!ttruag inducement to borne 20 BBls. Heavy Mesa Pork. 2.' CXitton Flannels
East and Middle Florida,St.Augustine and Tampa
TEttJw r<* ]afr,.m the f.ctv, that the Coupon 6 Choice Leaf Lard. 5 bales Brown Sheeting and Shirting on tbe Gulf of Jlexico.

jtW_led.p jtBe t<<.f taxes. The attention 6 Kegs do do do. 0\1 4 cases bleached Shirting, Returning CAROLINA wilt.leave Palatkti I
'Qua: ad pltaiifr- from abroad is also invii 25 Sacks ground Salt. 1 case I'ed Wool Flaneb, at 8 o'clock A. M..Thursday morning, PicolaU at'

Ix it tuuaa 8C the securities these BocdsA. 10 Boxes Tobacco assorted. .1 cue White 11 o'clock;and Jacksonville: on Friday at 3 o'clockA. :

.&B ALII WIN. 10.000; Cigars. 2 cases'Brown and Blot Twill,. M. reaching Charleston thai night; connectingwith ..
FmIK A.A G. Central B B Co. 6 Cases Cbanmiign Cider. 5 cases fiae Prints, the New York steamers both.ways.

Js.housd: :: ; 911& SJ6 t-f ,2 Bbls. Choice OldManonnhaUWhUkey. 2 caseS Kerseys and Linseys. ,. For freight engagements and other particulars

1 BbL Extra Old Bourbon. 2 cases Kentucky Jeans, apply to W.. 1L LAWTON 4 CO...
Fresh Arrivals. 1.< Choice Old Peach Brandy. 8 cases Hickury Stripe.Abo Agente.. Southern' W i&rL-
2.0 Bbls. Rectified Whiskey. M'/) t&io., Alpacas,MEeeinoat Scotch Plaids JOHN 1WWARD. Agerat;
6 P. k.1L Gia. Black and Colored Silks,M win&,GI bam.,.Cam- SepL 27- Jaeksonvilfe, Fla

Bois Extra Baltimore Flour ;. 5 ". N. E. Runt. brick, Jackonets, Ribbons* Handkerchiefs, (as
UV 1 BbL Malaga Wine. sorted ate ''
U Bb:a IN Pork; Now landing and in store, and for sale by BOOTS AXD SHOES.' FURNITURE, FURNITURE, ,

I Btls Lard; March 26, 18Z6. J. C, BROWN. 12 cases Kip Brogans,. 2DO'Window Sashes, 8 x 10;

llhd HalM 5 cases Calf 10 12 .
; NEW .SPRING GOODS. 200 x ;
iHbdiSidrt 10 cases assorted Men'aan&Bo, a.Shoes,
; "
\ 4 Ef Batter; -OOO..YARD8 New. Spring Styles' e 800prs Ladies'Boots, Gaitera.lippers, Ac. 150 Ox 14; -'I.1'9'(: ....
, ; Ginghams, "Domcttics 8 Gent's stout Boots '. ;.
a Boles CbtSll cases 6 Cottage Setts :
; Ac. Just received and for safe ;
by "
5 Ekd Lrtt! Brown Ceases fioo Calf Boots.CrockervWareGlassWare <
HBUitfWnr Sugar; March 26, J8M. J. C.'DROWN. Hardware, Cuttlery 10 Lons priced Bedstead .'. .
ISBgi RrofuC'ir' BOOTS AND. HOES. Tia.Wareaad.Wood-Ware are complete. Cottage Bedstead; J. .

!SreklOnand Salt, ale.. Ac. CASES New Boot is. Shoes. ,Just received Carpetings t gaper liaagtogi,' Straw llattingi. ., 25 Summer Uattnfsscs- *;i".
b mono it'Sru&J: profits and quick S&es." 1.0 and for,s.le by Velvet, Til.p.' ; .;. .

PAIKECEST A AnA.s, March 2G, 1856. J. C. BROWN. CLOTSISG 8 Cherry n g Tables-. '. )!
lpll.b d Dress Coats Negro Shirts
A. B. HUSSEY Agent. 4 .Work:Tables -
LOUR AND I>rea*Pants, Flannel Shirts, I ;
BblL' Extra Gen Des ee Flour. ,. Vests, Rata and Caps. 84 Dozen Bureaus: .tt\r .! '

Sew Spring Goods. 30 20 Backs Georgia Flour : ". .. All ordered most accompanied 20'Dozen Chairs Office .Dinicg .; :
fi AAA'T IrdS of PrinU and Ginghams ; 200 Bushels Cora. Now landing and for sale by ;. .

3j WU 12\.10 yards Marlboro Stripes March fe, 185t. ", J, C BROWN. by relnittance. ; Parlor-&c. .- .... w .
Ui JVC 1'.uL. jan 8rd,185f. 4
Stripes Call and examine our stock. .
lob M "Osnab1lr Btriped naburgs jr ; ; 15SUGAR. A,B. C. and Yellow Sugar.-;'r !, PINE STREET- HOUSE. 'Our! :Prices ,acts- fair,: and terms ;

7cd rurvd 5 Bbls. Golden Syrup and Molasses .
tad PunCTa tar ale byIF1 A 15 Bags choice Rio Coffee, Landiijr and foe sale. TBS: onderslgoed.would respectfully 'castu. -B.-.L & Co.. .'. -.

...-.. ., A. B. HUSSEy.? ADAXS by 'J-Cr BROWN.. .biona her friends and the public that the .rMarch & ,. ',
_ AgentBoetsiad March 2S.ltt. aboss house U now open for the receptionof l' .

.transient ;and permanent.boarders': where she NJQW'GOODS,. ]yEW.GOODS. ,.. ,.4 .:';
Shoes. ,,; NEW: GOODS bo H' to; give, doe'satisfaction to. dl' who may :- ".. -' : yo;':" 1; .
.CS JtW Bout ad Shoes, J.a.at received JUST received and, for sale u loW' u at any favor her with their patronage. A good Stable.u 10.BblsI. >- edApplest ,i't,." "t .
seal, establishment in! this state b". "': .. kept for th. accommodation; !-traveling.! ena 10, ''.111.114"''::# -> '' "ij.T, '" ..
Puuns1'A Aatas March 26. 18 C.- il, J..C. BROW:, mien :- ... E.. DONALDSON,1.. illa'1 '
tit' 1. B. : JICkIODy J. :ti'o : 2Sth: 18 & 3m: ,20 Col +Ibpe, ;tJ..
_ UU8..C\EY. API S. CRONfi, & ;T. ,PATTERSON.AYE 10 TariedRatlin: ;
; .
taken Di a ckeral.SaImofl. C d1tJ1a.l 'E:
a part of the Fouadjcy and Machinewb'
.... *. ; Formtr ;:POot8J; Blinds.;:. v
tfx'.lfoU e.. Sbpp! ih belongs to: c 4 12; Kits Mackerel? H "_ ..
I u. Vvine claims ,"rW.l GGS kC '" without numb r. / .MY
4.If]:; agaia'tlba ntaU t2.Kit: 'Extra'SA1uOD,. '
A B .a. or Jacboo..We Duralsttf.T' For the all kinds ofXaabinerye -, i:4. :'ELLIS LFf4fi11TILS ?'tr
=, purpose repairing "., '. .. .
" '****** e required to present Such u Steam Znrines aid':Xoilera. Cotton .n. BOO.Lbs: ;.; "" -" '

-5ll.t ** ": CuI:. I.C. UnlCme. Gina;Sugarand t-.ti C..libllt, all kinds of Iron and; ,JUrth 8;l8W. 'f.LTf\: LKDWITHAOo., 'hlarch'6! :1856 t .:= .:i:7.f.,' t .. s"i

.. L time P .:nbe* Jaw, or they Brass Casting .AD"vark entrusted-to oar.care.wm : "' ; r
' ...IlInCl'tKrtvd. All penoi indebted to be.done at' the norjgat notice*,..IUL.saea&Deut ;t:H BiD lst-. : ; ELAND WARRANTS: "
u are. .*lst- regaire$1omak..I mtdtat saddts W.tlie sfora:rtapectfcllj aolicit;: ,-,& -FEW.CflOICB HAMS at i> !' '. "
fit .
lit -....... .CATBAWKX A, JM \ .., yportoiironaca: f t ., ..tA..foo. : ELL ..LED.ITD 'dN c. ... dept PAID t)'O1 :AND WARRANTS;" .. ..ir '

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1f.J1 'L.Il
'T''On'.ME'.Y: t .. : eMprdia tdfurititnt J4' W;
an .
.' >,m* ".., fr fi r. '. .;lAtKS IriL1311I'LOmi':: : ,' ;m ttCltlxena of Dunhuchd j--eta'eitn!- : fA:B1, I?ThTEf\; 108,1100 COIJt liaT.Aiew <<" '

*', '' A'ftJ'tit to a, 18u: lea that U has employed \V\BIGGS. A CO. of prepared'by Dr. C 1l Jacfcsok Edtti{ +(n. Rey St4114 P-t kt
:'''' ''' ; : '1 r : Jwknon vitle Fla., to'manufacture the < I Just LtIOJ.apr", "
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-"::. /&. JS6;. y: &iP., Sanderson CELEBRATED LANIER MILL, No.. ltyt, Arch. afreet, Philadelphia. \\'.\t. ., '., '
,ATTORNEYXND fJOXnrSEL'LOR' 'AT.f: LA\T, which b4j wok fof, itaelf a reputation which cane ,r. ,/ WILL' E''Cc'TUA''Y' CUll: .. ., rrf' 1"1>,. M"nnriL
aen :>>.w3 tm\Y UnCDQI, nut be surpassed. Hehapliemade'grat atuehloifa LIVER 4if\
ontbepriginaLpl.ti .by COJtPLAlKT
proTement .
'Jackspntilk;Jan. IT. !8O. tf.. llalace lVLeel aDc!O1I&. Pallid.i(desert. Ifnms"a i ... ... 'l.rt .- 'bIo.....,Ht.tq a s1i'htt
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'JOHN' W PRICE : & Uodwia of 1J*.u1.Ia... JDIIDDr.tture, ,.a' .Im. DYSPEPSIA, ,"t(
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ATTOftNpt, ; ADD 'COCNCELLOR' AT,LWv Ttirpurtettd'.b.bai'Nothing to da*ilhepLtoier with that Manufactory ; and he Jaundice, Cl r nid' Ncrvcoua ,DCHHtv.Disease 1>../,'"' / .,. .....-".

.'Jacksonville, Florida further states, that they,w H.not grind aa, much as of the Kidneys and \' or .,...
',.p. "''OKTILL practice in the ,KnAtren., Circuit of their Agents .warrant. They' warrant them .to on sexual lntrrnwrse.I 1,, Wt.-.,
o V-V Florida, and the Counties/of Charltwn grind from one hundred to one hundred and fifty all Diseases[ arising 'from n disordered exeeM. with advice for tWtr 4....::

and Camden, of Georgia dee 18-tf bushel of meat petf: day, whereas",th /will. .. tgrind. LirerX Stomach: 4 familiar. f&ing avoulmgend that an l met
Vjuafttity/ r .Y.ff1.t wo j4!
v. ,', James .DI, Baker, n Mr.half Lanier the baTin.Leen in the business several Sbeh.aa 'Tot..UfMtloa,' lawarJ Pil..., ,F.llaet to ceney l"'wltlr.D Iiutlineof tob.t2_"
:ATTORNEY .AT LAW; RIuoeI to Jw Head, .ttexlity. of the, tomacb, Na. ca Fema. rum tlie '.I'r.t: tl
will his mills tn crind
tears, warrant thirty or forty llarlfcirn, I'bfitM fur Fnttt Fnllhrw or V% uhUatBttouiiich sncceMftil t
'< ALLIGATOR, COLUMBIA COCXTT EAST rLOJtID4. bushels of good meal per day with four borne ,: power and in:the,same proportion more or leas the pitol IUd* :
_} _, ._U "OARRUTH, according to the power applied. rid and -Ot '.eutr .Bif ailuat, .ol.u nnt or the Heart To which.. is add d ftOf)1t4
ATTORNEY AT LAW, )I r. L. has numerous certificotes from lhoe who Choklnt or::h.di..athll.ii.,liou wbcn m alria pqtuft' +- above d; w't'1I, and a lttsi a o.r.it awe..
and ,liiHiD**. wf twh.a, loiJ ur \\.La be&"t rIM s igittFrver turns and cure of the Fever aai
have hr mills iO'tile evincing theirt'fficiunc, q
AlU ntor East Florida. 'I' ; .. *F.J/ f fl __ A
and dolt Pali in Id* ".ad.I"'cs.- .y of leer pre 1PlnJtl : P '
Orrice nezt, oW tit C,$..kW. W, Smith, over the satisfaction they hue affi.rded those whu have rara.n.. Jt'liowlie01 thefkin and P.)...,"ai. in tue Peaa. au.-Jr, P4iLrd.IpLa ftJltJr, 4br
junB 'ddoertiuer J',e.8-R.jJ11t. '. them in operation.All ..ride back,t..t..............&lIaJdr.a flb iiof Heal.S'lnliD.1D I catthe )IUt'AL.-Tbe tDi y
,- who wish JtfDQin.uLl\NIEn MILL"and the fc'r; .b, euii.laat.lm.II.h. ,.*of nUa.ct .Uu..Ir "; IJ x
UCUARD T. BIHCatTT. Cal.. T. DOWX1XODOWNING .: its improvement*, can obtain them by applying 2r at dvireMi"u upi vita. majority of thOM who. 14, t ""-
1I RCUE'I"1T '& ," to JItt in. WRIGHT A CATHLT AflJeator; 1 he|.roprl.t." iu rallihf the atunuon of the public to diseases or which t .
thin ,dora with rerln. of ..... Ute best Culle-u SSSsSSB&Si
ATTTOliNBYB-'Af LAW AtfD' AGENTS I:.G.I'TLxEeq.Newn.naville; COR.vELIQ1JATLS, preparation | the .1. t rnridrnev a
-. .. Magnolia, Clinch county G- or ourselves at i. n* Inns ai-.l rtaptauon to Ibe dtacaarafoiwiiicft me pleasure tu recomtnen yb.M .k
'FOR" 'CLAIMS, i|I*rIC'OlIlW"IH.letl.: or to the victim of matprs
Jacknoaville. 1C i. ft.'...r and dalrhrd .11..lr.bat one that has stood and experienced q
No., 490, Seventh street, I5f" All orders will meet with prompt attention.Warranted the trtt of a ten year'trial teiwrr the Amciic people ptrttition .ia.l"elo.l
WASUWGTOW CITY.WILL to life satisfaction or no sale. For aiidiUrepufitioft and'vale I.. II rlvalk-d .jr any afauilaiprt t integrity they may place Jon.tIlt ..

Address ti.. tXtaai. ,The leMiwnu/ IU favut 8.1oseq
further particulars par" n fivca y ..
practice befora tho c.lu'rt of Claif.. LAMER A JOXE3.An&9ly. the Janet proaiinefii and wc.'l known fbjrvivUo and l. From A. rr)(I.rarJ...V.D q "... .. .
prosecute Claims before Congress Jacksonville! Fla. tllKiual in all pins: uf IhO cvunujr U nawtrt..*, and a ly.liilaJtlp.6i4.-lt mt a',eapr
and the gevcral Uepytrnenta. .Jyl_: -tln.s .-_.- ('ar.ulloer"aI..1 01 the Almanac. pulJUlMd annually .y testimony to the pruG..ictDa! ,P,a ;:.t4lt.-
s= "" the AciNl-icacnot: but&itiary the 1n000t f krpural that of the -"Medical JLuiual -
ELLIS VlEDWITH, ON MAN'R'OODAND '!at.rra>cJ> U really
UCTION AND .WSSIOJMerchatlt4. ITS PREMATURE DEOL'INE.Just &d.Mord.rrtiidpsl. Offl'e and Maoifaetory, ? o. W. Arch8L.Philadrlphta long sUndin, have com. cad:: 'Iles..
'' which his skill baa been
Published Gratl fa. nuaSw7 kwq
., .. l e
Prompt attention will be given' to all sales Till; 20th -.TI1USJ\ FLORIDA- perfect been considered bealtb. in some Ci&SeI..c:.. atlw
TEdTIMOYy.Kay : beyond nKd
Few Words the Rational Treatment without {
entrusted to our care. A on l .. w apt;flL,F.,.Sot.JtS5..E meat of Seminal weaknea+eiL a deter
JacVaocrille.Juue 12. : Medicine, ly O. Gwynn-My r- oin limp.aUN' I tMJuJb' ora of the functions produced "
_. --- Weakness, Nocturnal fmit.sionl.; Genital and Nervous wreck ..aW her,A r M of your Uerman Fitter Slav of I do not know by 'tt
That Ile'v and ,! i>Icu "
!1i&J1' ni'generally.! er ritb Pilo, a4...D"4bt.. rum front pbytwua. nave acquilted ; '
THE BULLS HOUSE, UVB.DELANEr.HlD.t: bird ib? Ilitiei*.and I*ooq found tbcm a p ri.ct cur. some thirty years,and d xaUa.fcJJ*' ......
Recently erected the CornertfMutinff and Qvits Tho important fact that the alarming com- I wade a present era coup.>.f Issues; M MNB f fellfrkodi -;* to him as well aa kindness to Ihe
Slrttl many and they 'aim fbund the relief dbey tin of yeti.
*, plaiuts. originating the imprudence and solitude .. hate I14)q early indiscretion to
5bQa .l.- white in vain. .nru Ihritrrrrrameadal.iastot oat in wbolce
Dn D'nCi"W c-tQ.; >>.. one profrssiunahakiA her
of be removed withoutMedicine"is
youth > easily II(
may ted oJ Itlttcra erttirei flitmay
rr ,1. my ease .ar..sled.and ina .
reception ; aud the entirely new<< and bight,' successful It'hate run lend a quantity imtnoJiaicly. AUUD "_.
"This 411.a.
is without
treatment, es adopted by the Author fully explained ASTIJNhUJlNG EFFECTS <.F THE GERMAN: BIT : exceptNs. ,
T. S. NICKEUSON, by means ufwh'ch+ everyone U enabled TER:5. CERTIFICATE UK.W.8M1TII, hensive and intelligible xurt dI;
nCf- !'ropri.tor. to cure himself perfectly:: : and at the least possible OF HME HILI.KIUHM )NDCOV., class of diseases of which it ttgy a

JOSEPHVSD-] 1r::,r cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums .NC..MAN.C"4.J&-c. all technical terms it addretie itlelt ir.JKlin24
Dr.C.MJack.n. t>bilD of its readers. It ia gehw
of the << ; "arir; 1 have been a free fWiOJ 2
Dealer in Faints Oils, and Glassy d.&l.Sent to*any address, gratis and post free, in a aaajrctoi l>)Kwp.ialit it* watt form.ror be fatnve matter, ajd no parent, however E : fo1
tforhww eouiliiion
years my air twelve monibaUuttb
No. 11 IJayae street ject to placiD it in the ki"'esa'i
sealed envelope by remitting (post paid) two pliyician and all %n.. uw me laW I .....IIIdfe.. author lu devoted haodiof tithe
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA, stamps to \\'bile in this roudition I was carri...l in the wattftKfplarm many years tGtLe i
KcrffS anstnntlr for 1.L.1le a general saaortment of DB. B. DE LANEY in Tircfnia. Trnne *te and N
I'alnh and Oils of all k\ndll, "urnbbu, 17.Lispenard Street,tow York City. was not b n filled'y any water to which 1 w.taken. little breath to puff and too tittlept....;.:a
t be has
Window Glafifl.ann Sa'ne8,Npiritfl' ofTur- Feb. 21-*>m .lull Wbilif__,a_ ._.on,.._.._my.h. _..way,n.a.,__b.im_iu_ {'tunn"IDII.ttopied.... __, ,a__wvrk,_llf ,fur_at__ tae.L 1.&JIet'onI.CUCVl. .._ impose nominal, price of offered 85 cents to,the the t'orI4I.trulCII a&", ,;:: !

pcntinc,Spirit Gas, Cottoi root-Glu Tax Collector's Sale. mne taiykeatc wwtrr III.th..l piAl',. About the laaro t years' mont successful :--,
rixtuies, (;Iue and Jirushcsof the week I "catint"a dm"alorv 10 fet a.Ka 1"srion4ldnds. JanllTranspariDt 7 WILL be sold before the CourtHouse i.4.my child ....t mflf' 'Tb ral nerpaevvnlof Ux tit or parent should Le trig.
door in the Tuwti"of Jacksonville, lair phymi-ian*in the toi.,and! one nf them seemed lo knowledge imparted in this D' 1IIrt..
Window Shades, and Uuval county, Fla., on.the 24th day of May next, take iKMiie intert-In my ....IIDd.aA ra'klnf. me...mquentiuna e. would save years of pain munIq; ,
and 1856, at the usual hour of sale, the sU-arnSaw ,a aid be hl bven a dyspeptic and bevy great to the youth under their --i:"!'" '
Paper-Hangings Upholstering
Iwprfltird by the use of"",. llowflaad'a Carman Bit.ter Adtoeati ,..
Hill!) kujwn tun
Beading: Warenouse as PANAMA MILLand about 50 .,"prepared ty you,and he iait U d U>.it I weald try A Presbyterian clergynva La .
acres of land. To be sold for Taxes due said ow.
the 8111"" Hr,al ,r lled the next day at-my rOOaland "llunter's gk
Wholesale and Retail 179 King anccorner property, and expenses. of Execution.NATI1AN in.ited ao mm ta ib"i I would try them thai I asked Medical Manual" s.ji- ..
U. TAUGHT, him Mect moo 011.. bottle lie did it, ant I mmmenrwtakinrit upon wf our vuuth l,tr]o ?.
Berrisford-st. .
of fc '
r King < nov 24th,1855. Tax Assessor and Collector.' ta iirrcUd.and I do,a, 1 wan more bm efitta. influence of th. powions, hart itta ," '
Charleston) S. C. by it lb-tn all the water or medidon I had err Ukrn. habit of aelPpolIntJun, wtthoat hIliiisr uand :-
For Sale. .A firr tenrbtxg boon;one of my hhori fearful .**
o if come to m e CUIIkq ueoces upon tSCTj rtJposterity. /
The tulicriltr i rtctirina a laryt a*ortmnt of tt* for II prr, iipU.) sod mergciae (he n dy'pepiirty and 1 r Tb.: roaataqtiontf *
Valuable tract of Land Amelia f ftaM.T7
on Island *
'z ore tioodt: :C',(/") ro1i of PA 1 Z11 HAXGJNG; A Fire him nearly all the Bittfra I bad left{,whe "effected families
are have
bees oifc
about 5 mile from the contemplated depot :
1,000pairrrf ld'1.1DOIf's'11ADLS10041thcsaet, much IPKXI in hU r.e. He ha oAen ral.M Oft mi lor bnukemdown ULir .
f ertry '*aYtlJn. AU Pittwci, h'olatmr. L nand Yellow lIlufT containing 7&Q acres good planting Nfirr.{ IV aania kind of nwiltcioe.caytnff be WIM more and they do not loot f"' _R
Mitflin Curtain*, Da A1.*. Satin de Joiner; land. There i is on the premises a mall' welling benefitted hy it than any other be bad laiea,bat I hare i tbe cure. Anything that cen dM ..
jumioe, JttiMl, Fire Screen, Ynictian Blind, bond, and out bouses, a cotton Gin and Gin house nod heen ahic to in any morn fur him or mycir since; I and mflueuc the public mrrto ...

etc. AUJcindpfUphdLUrlngt atttttnlru,inetttualatttleJto at sold all of reasonable.which toguther with tbe premises, win be wilt ,. nu.p.sinle.ftepretfuryyoyre Ib.-rerore.. ,pleas ahip At.a dozen- or more aaaooaaii hdman ultimately wretcbedn to remove>Mi, wonld.bi.1r' ,pna4 _. _Ii

i,. all its kranchr
rzrtbih; paid for Fwrida Jf u. 1M, two small tracts on the south end of the UIUi are tirrracLV, ".enalan"4 W.BMITnM.n.These (rye from_ blessing next to the rtlipot Unu Canal:

II. W. KINSMAN & CO. Island one of two hundred and the other fifUy all injurious iniiedieata. Lot aal. by every dn Utaixator thepresentandeoainggeoertiw. L
acres containing a luxuriant growth of Live Oak. .keeper in Florid and .1.-_**.. (or the use of iGt4Ixic-.t'DZ driab) Iltotp ..
dee-61; J8". a tract containing one hundred and thirty T. MCMILLAN slain thousands upon tboscourze -. ,illoll Iir .
acre, adjoining the Scaton tract'on the St. Mary a I to the human ruee. .t II7,"" .
Couper & Frnser River. Apply to Sept 2i-ly Jacksonville, Fla. behalf of the afflicted, and, beGer .

JOHN M. PONCE, Ayenj, worker in the good work you an w 1CQf.w.
J ,ickionville April 19tb 185*. gaged to,
FACTORS. Charles De Waal One copy (securely envelop)t aj Med .lrt
AJfD NOTICE..TIIE free of postar.eto any part oI tbt taw
Commission 'Merchants Subscriber forewarns all persons against AUsVJIONtEI1' : States fiir ta cents, ur air c..pitt fur'1..
: fur two Notes, given in favor of Jas. r (poet paid} COSDJC r.t COrabliabtrrwgR'

BAY STREET SAVANNAH GA. Anderson, for a certain boy Jtaac, (as tbe face of -1'S. Philadelphia..
will show "am I' JACKSONVILLE :E. F. tif"" Boob.l1ff8.
the titea ) as I determined not to CaaTlUSet1u.Boot.upphed
Wft. ACDLKT CotPKR.] [JXO. CoOfK FK1SSB.ff them until I in of tbe attended the liberal
pay the consideration is proven to be SALES any part County to on moat ttraa.HERRING'S.
% Produce of every description; sold oa mm&d and pood property. solicited. .
CommIssion.dcc \ra. n. JOHNSON. Goods sent to the subscriber:. on commission, either '

20-6m I T7hi'esviIIc, Fla.. )l&y25.. tf for private or auction' disposal, will be quickly Patent Chumpion File aM
attended to and .ItIPr'p
amounts speedily forwarded. Tie
JOSEPH GnIC, I NOTICE. Subscriber baa been known in this community ftr COoL! 8AFa

General Commission Merchant, : terebr given, to all creditors of tbe Estate of a number of years as Auctioneer sad other riae. THE great interest; manifrttd Vf fi > W. TKA ST. NCWV IS
36 .
uRE. I TI ,.Qd Douglas, late of Duval County, deceashd He offers no recommendations bat desires that inquiries more perfect sreantj tract Tint*
STRICT and prompt' attention given to the scale of f to exhibit. their claims en or before the should be made concerning:: himself of any valuable papers such as Bonds,Ihcbps;Qi1t
oil articles of produce .entr .ted .to his care, Notes, and Books of Acouut.tkae fee '
l: th dat of September-4. D. 18i7.or the same commercial house at the place of hia residence. trim
and all orders promptly complied with. bo barred br. Law. lie can be found on Bay Street, next to Apothecary Hafca-beretufure in UM had dlr4e4: ,iaiWt4ar

ap2tf _. .___ HANNAH DOUGLAS Ball where will be found a largo stock of Subscribers to devote a Urz p.rtioiyet fot iII

J. HOLMES, ,Frcutr ir. Family Groceries and Provision Shoes,Dry Good attention during tblptslfmri..iJm.saa
General Commission Merchant Jacksonville April lit, 18Z64wNOTICE. Jet:. which will be offered on as reasonable terms improcmuntf and duatftriu Jvr&ittt .i

100 WALL Sr.; Nsw YORK .M they can be obtained any. where else, fur cash. they now beg'leave to sewn tter.sin .
and country produce. frauds;and the public geo r ally tMf.1flt1 Art
WILL pay particular attention to Kale of Tel TX MONTHS iu5 have been crowned with cuApieta{ awj< mi
low Pine Lumber Lire Oak, and other Southern after date we will present our CHARLES DE WAAL. ,
Timber and Produce and to orders fur accounts and vouchers to the Hon.Benjamin I _now. offer_ the_ "Improved_, _Netting'ssza.f.ids
; purchasing
Jude of Probates in Fair Premium Fire Proof'afi,M tte
Merchandise. Hopkins, and for the cotinty Livery ble.
Janll-y: of Duval, ancf8tatc of Florida, aud ask to be discharged ORA IONSAFEOlnmltllAYIXG

DENTAL NOTICE. from the further Administration of the THE subscriber will keep>constanUr on lUnd Brut AWAR9SA MUaU'11 1011 tUWorld's ,
estate of George F. Stilt, late of said of good Hones sod
county Buggies leR ,
1L HOST WI CK.-WoulJ Fair, L ml** ,1"1,
W retpeetfullr -, deceased. CATALTNA. SKIFF ad'x.dcc .- Conveyance furnished to any part of.tbe.'COUDtJT..
form tbe citizens of Jacksonville and its l!-m. EMANUEL CRE670. ad',. Hones boarded by, the single Jeed. day,' week 6rmonth. And in New York, 18H,. .
vicinity, that, having opened an office on Forsvth -. By moderate charges and As superior to all others. !tit tut sstLtbtrf( *
street, will attend to all branches. Dentistry, in NOTI E.. lion he hopes to gala a Jiberal share personal atten Iv cotiUed to that appeJUtioa.aai anna: vatHafl's

the most approved and careful manner. t. ALL persons ire. hereby forewarned against Stable on Ad\ms..tree&"il the west of.patronage.of the Patent PuwdcrPraof Lucks,(wiid t** .
t33f Nerves of aching teeth, destroyed. .without, for two promissory Notes made by I town: lie also has lots for.the accommodation part of was awarded Medal* as abovO C" 1M art

paIn. hi.23tf. the undersigned and payable Samuel Dumn Waggoners and Drovers, perfect Fire and BurgUr'Prowls Sab- **jNtfw'ofreted '
"- ton. Maid notes are wr Five Thousand Dollar no.J5-6mo to the Public.-
House, Sign, and 'OrnamentalPainting. each-both bearing date of the Twenty-First day, 1LEBEDIT. .- ....... $ PEABSOX The Subscribers abo manWdlr'a1ntl

.. of May 1855'; and doe..one the lit day'of January .. ,.Boiler and Chilled Iron Bank tb i1aMjk

subscriber being, now permanently: lo. IBM the other the.Jst day of May I8* William Grethc Tanlt Doors, and Money B-K rdl atq tr
ItHR olTurn Lea services to the citizens' of The consideration for which id Notes weregiren Brokers 'Jewellers, and Private ftaitfel >...

Jacksonville, in toe above branches, and solicits hating. failed-they will not be paid,by the- :WATOHlllAKES. AND JEWELLER. Plate DuiMndt. and other Yateb* I* e'

abareof'itrJDsg'l JAMES UARKNESS. underafcned. W. P. STARR, (Inthe return oIDiDc the post Office,)' also Patentees, ibv purebusead jhatsutam
N. B. : ELIZA C. from Europe of Jones Patent Peratnutiaa Baak Lsts\. ,
tr -Gilding- Graining,tBronain Ac.cieuctcd STARR. .HAVING ; again begs .
with neatnesa and dispatch ap126! -tf. Augusta.Ca ..Pec.; toUr>1855-d eo IY''tf: offer his services to his olctfr elad.and SILAS C.IIE1tRIN01QFiUtit.d,
J _. .. the public generally.":With his experience for the Green Block, Nos,.13v, W lltt W+fr k \!.
n'J 'IYEnY. -:: } :General! ..BrokeragesfMlHE lasUwenty-sir ars, as Watchmaker, he hopes Fab. 21-Cm f I

HARKNESS;having located in Jackson.. flg a>sdehwfgpt tl; mfr prepared:to'serfe the to give entire satisfaction to those who wish to bo '
lIRS! Fla. would respectful Ijr.Inform the IOn=wHtyftllargdia bit*liae of business theo-work done in a workmanlike manner RICH AJlE8' .

<< and 'surroundlpg country that she. lie will' .. t,4o, ; Ibesale of Nerr toeslseds, or *Wat het.. ClocklaadJawelrrrepalred si. .AND MOSJlICJl11fEU1.
will be happy receite: any ordersio her'1Ipe*, I any other,effects placed to' hi*charge :'Letters' tJa..lhorteat. notice. .. > subacriber ba iar that may be ratruited to fur .Rcaidence on lun .1 addressed for infeiWMion.WjIF b* promptly.rt-' j IJTo'Sea TIre with ] bwaUal natj f ,

roe street, adjoining! tli.I'resbyitdsa Church i f I plied to .liii general cqaaintsicfc in this State, : I .. r Cetton PIantere- large and "'

l. f N. B. Ladies and Miascs Ufaneta, ge>?Ue. and others'rtucfer'it: unnecessary to append referraces. ( undersigned' still continues Jkr.WELUY,3ILYUAU&VACTO8SZ ....,
men's bats, Ac. bleached<<; ,'pressed and'dred.:t\ J ':; BENJAMIN UOP&1N9.> .: *i.' tort Sea Island Roller1 Cotton ta'Gins maaf.. :respeeUulIy Invites u.it'public ta oaa JS"T'*??:

ApriltS.r 'TT.y, f JackapcvJlle,8eptynh-18: UM latest upon of..atorr. "comprialag u U does"SM* of JM
1' r. ,
1, 'r I .. ; :: plat retorts his thanks fcrpast rw.e.&udQIt ofS "
LV'arited J Reward I { l favors,and solicits{ patronags from tboaei that sale, Lara aadSowrl JubjoMtlQ J *Iry strlis --l
$50 1 tit are in need of the lama .Gins MBainjd.at short u tu
o n t5tfDr.J'eJ iu notice. .Those WMtWr1. Gins" aW Abu 8JT f.TTir. and 7ancj dooM ,
RUNAWAY oribort bq ry ; : will pI call 0 avafeasrs. Mtn'cbtapyfiir
WE will bgardor'pedot&r ) .c 'n'ts; per.4'dsy! t s:f rmerlypw ed b711 ;iHaKfuxu: .-A. TiMA rs...T"UI"or( a4..o&r;piesehts, Athid ..,

and Mil without Qeorgelemiag; I, or'Ffeml*k'1 i1a"d4.tH>ile \goy *droi : .' '--uos. YAKC1i. : ai .:_ ..'oaa,1S. '.- .". ( OM. _, ;..

board for laborers, to work on the FLORIDA arid about 3o 1.f e1ratber dirk compIt 1on I. Tats 30 tb r :.' ..J:'.'... .-.'. .Sil.. .v...'1' "' .. I I ... .. ..-.. .-. ,
GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD. Payment tt .bfl about4 Jathi brstberquicksliolienltaadufI ... CacIt! : ."a'a.: .
I "
.. .u. ;
tucde at tltt trd of erery tfUrtK'iGjf: 4.'),r orkcomtaeace :t rv"vvv .1'&. above rewtQ'4yuL'.M paid TOP hit.. ape I' :&ba7: ; sii c. t i"s t"; ,; :Bton ( ....1 ,'

on thefinldlyW Starch next, 11 rl pretension* and delivery- jar atl Fkmmlagi' i'I 1 ;xis?
> I* i" :: r.WNBIOIUrnTh..t received and for sl* $'
:4S.MlliLEa-4pO. 1t

',-' Office Jact. iobrife.;.&....n.... UA'.rt IJ.l. UbT.J ;.&. --&.!..:,I :tslani.orsothatJBJA-j4t;lci o3 f 3 isss.:tf. lai.DAVIS_ FLOYD;.? !'ir UAATRWOE:A TlMA5tS.. /: .U .. :; BY'pmmp: Bujir-tr FRS :