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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: July 9, 1856
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Fro 1f JldJtecepUon ;:,,...blktz.. of private life, and as truthful and rounded: by thousands of Prcemcn I ,' found out proceeded from 'the coTmtryiewspapcrs: i ,who seem to have -enough; to ; ln1b 'c r i ics" .and ,

of1r.- Fillraorc liberal in the posts of public duty.- {[great and prolonged cl-ceri ]-not mounths of,samo six or seven bullies taken such exquisite pleasure in shame support of every trne.AnencaA: citiZen ]
FILLJWBE AND THE FIIILDELFIIIACOMMITTEE. You have never disgracedyour State, only earning their o'n livelihood, "Down with the speaker I He is an fully abusing a Southerner, and that t idf.I if ttrra&oat can bur re- '
x. or shocked its conservative sentiment but, as contrasted w/th. otter.laborers Abolstionist, And shall not ,speak too upon tho testimony alone of the doand'to. tho'hoeor, prosperity,iad rI
by resort to sectional agItation a livelihood of/luxury. (Great hero !I" These men were all armed, New York Tribune notorious abolition I glory: : of our beloved! cowitrjvf ',: *
We have already stated that :I. or appeals to the passions and cheering. That po/nt of difference, and the meeting was composed most- print. :But to my opinion of i :Mr*Editor, it may,)>asked why I idid
committc from Philadelphia] hadgone prejudices of men. You have mr Sir, is most agrecaMc to an Americaneye of old men, who wero dcsirous of tho slavery question. This institution -i not answer the charges *.adeagainstlmcr '}j
to Nctr York to invite Mr. deed, in this respect, truly rcflcctfflits and I felt it and felt proud: of it, aring the principles of.the American then, I believe to bo purely of a ( before tlH .' The only answer !
KHmorc to visit the city of brotherIt public opinion,by refusing to lend and prouder than; ever, pot only of party fairly and openly discussed. sectional character, guaranteed by i I can make is, that I',did not "
lore. Having arrived and beenprcsented your countenance or aid to the seditious your bay, but of,tho thrifty popula- Tho consequence was that these men the Constitution of tho United Statesto entertain tho idea for,one. moment. .i<
the chairman of the comoittee efforts of demagogues, who tion that surround it. Venice was succeeded in creating such disorder, the Southern States and belongs that any high-tonedchivalOms- 'l gentlemen -
Mr. Henry D. Moore, ad- would embroil the States and citizensof onco a prouder city than New York, that after several ineffectual effortsto peculiarly thereto", (as.in the language of the,South would believe tho .
dressed: Yr. Fillmore as follows : this Republic in sectional and frat- but, amid intestine and foreign wars, obtain a hearing in order to deny of a distinguished 'member of statement of the Tribune. :- ; :
"Hr. Fillmore : In lichalf of this ricidal warfare, to gratify their own and under harsh governments, she the false charge made against my Congress from Maryland,) "If you To those Southern Dcmogognes 10.
committee from your friends in Philadelphia unjustifiable ambition for place and has been crushed. The Constitutionof honor both as a Southern man anda ask by what right I hold my slaves, who pretend that they think me an .
it i is my sincere pleasure to power. As a public man, you have the United States ]has brought gentleman, I was compelled, in justice I will point you to the constitution, Abolitionist; I have this to say that
itend to you :l. cordial] welcome* to been national] and conservative and New York into greatness 1))" concentrating to my dignity to. retire from tho and if you ask how I will defend if thero be ono of ,.them between ': ,
Vottf- =thc soil, ultcr a 3"cars alieacc *- New York can have no reason to receive hero tho comjMOi-ee mid exchanges -:.Court) House. that right, I will answer you in the Main and California .tI1a '-wlll'\l t6 -
in other lands ; and also to extend yon in any other way, than asa of all our confcdratcd State; Now, sir, I will not say positivelythat language of the Scotch Earl to his the audacity and presumption to tell
to you as cordial an invitation dutiful son, who has been: true to To preserve that concentration, mil these disturbers of this meetingwere terrified monarch by showiug"you mo so to. my face, I pledge] myself (if
to visit Philadelphia: and thus afford her interests. In this: spirit, I bid that greatness, there must be abscn ocr citizens the opportunity ol'j I'' you welcome back to your native of all internal strife-there must 1 IB the leaders of the anti-American party right to legislate upon the subject, opportunity proving tothcpeoplo '
personally. assuring you that this ]I,|I country, and am happy to be made peace, ;and friendship: for, and conk' : but this I will say, that I have nor has any other power, foreign or of these United States that his bravery .
trclcome not consist in tho mere the organ of your reception..Sir dence in N. York, from all the park been informed by at least one distinguished domestic, any thing to do with it, is equal to his disposition to traduce
formal enunciation of that word :; the Common Council have of these confederated States. nft gentleman of Hillsbor- and I say here with all candor, that tho reputation _ofhis fellowman
from my lips, but that in the honest, pa?>:ed resolutions, upon which this deprive your great mill growing ciV ough, that some of tho anti-Ameri I love the peculiar institution of the without allowing tbo'ono .slandered
cordial and sincere emotions of every public reception is based; and 1 now i of them, and of.the protection tic can orators in the lato political campaign sunny South, the land of my nativity, either defend himself upon .:
true patriotic heart in Philadelphia, sir, have the honor to present you Constitution gives its trade and coiimcrcc -i in that county gaxp: it as a and am prepared at any and at all thc stump before tho people, or 4t :
you arc welcome-thrice welcome, to with these resolutions, and I do as- and its fate soon would li reason why the American candidates times if need be,to lay down my life vindicating ]his honor lathe field." t
jour native land. sure you, aside; from any oflicial position ) that of Venice,whose deserted streets* before the people should be beaten in its defence. If you, Mr. Editor, will give this
*It has bccu, sir, with feelings of I i tlo so with great personal and canals I have but so recently surveyed. that I, a member of the Philadelphia There is one other point which I ]letter a place] is your excellent and -
true national pride, that we in Pcnn-- l gratification. England] has now the control Convention, had made an desire to refer to, and tlKjn I am patriotic paper,you will justice to _
FJlrania han noticed, the out-pouring The resolutions, which were handsomely of the commerce of the world, through I adolition speech in tho city of New done. I have seen: in the Savannah one who will be grateful. for' tho '
expressions' of respect and esteem engrossed, were then presented London, her great commercial city.!i York, at tho great mass meeting, in Georgian a charge that I am a disa- kindness.
you have everywhere and from all to Mr. Fillmore, who received it I now venture to prophesy!'! that ere. June, 1855, and that therefore I, being pointed officc"seeker i; that I applied With respect, your obedient scr- 0 '
classes received during your sojourn with some emotion. When the applause many years elapse, those: who arc one of the representatives of the to General Picrco for an appointment "ant, W. W. McCALL.%
and your tour through; other lands, whtch followed tho Mayor's now within the sound of my voicp State of Florida in the Convention, and was refused, and for that S.. ," '
and when we connect these expressions address )had subsided, tho greatest will, under the protection of the Con- had fixed Abolitionism the Amcr- reason I bccamse at once a memberof lUte Bnchanan'i-Texas Speech. '
with the fact that you hold or attention was lent tp stitution, see that NcwwYork will be can party in this State at least. Sir, the American party. This is not The Congressional Globe,p.rt II.,
occupy no public or political station, JIR. FILUIOCE'S KEPLY.Mr. to the ,world what London is. (Applause I am utterly astounded at the fact true. Hero are thejacts in relationto vol. 3, of the Appendix, -contains'a .
and that thercfirc those evidences of Mayor,-This unexpected and .) that men who have hitherto pretended that matter. The Legislature of speech! or Mr. Buchanan says tho
respect and esteem were given to them cordial welcome to the great cmpo- Mr. Fillmorc then, after congralri- to such purity of action in themselves my State unanimously .recommended Washington] Star, (Democrat,) of tho
1 and not to position or power,we rium-of the United States leaves me lating the Mayor upon the honor of and assumed to be the lead me, without my solicitation, 'with 28 th May,on tho admission Texas,
could not express the feelings of national without language to express the effu- being the Chief Magistrate of such ers of that patriotic and liberal so- one exception, and he was nI Englishman delivered in secret session of tho U. 0
pride which those; facts and sions of my heart I had hoped to a city as New York, went on to say, called Democratic party-a party so to tho President to fill a S. Senate, June 8,.184,4; which, Man
circumstancescnkindl; l d in our hearts; have arranged my ideas, butnot only his remarks were necessarily; desultory noble and its members so' generous distingnishcd office in the southern item of history, is not without interest
and we recognise you, therefore, not you, sir, but all within the sound of and he trusted they would be so that they would give all the offices district of Florida. This recommendation at this tin o. Wb would invite
asaXcvr: Yorker-not as aPcnnsylvanian my voice, arc aware that since my considered,-and he concluded amid of this great Republic to tho paupers with his autograph letter the particular attention ,of tho
-but as the property of our landing on the shores of my native prolonged and enthusiastic applause.] and criminals of Europe, to the was sent by the Hon. S. A. Lenard, readers to the following extract from .
whole country. And it is as Americans soil, 1 have not had a single moment Having returned to tho St. Nicholas exclusion of their own countrymen of Pensacola, to Hon. S.K. Mallory, the speech in relation"to,slavery: ,
as citizens a common country, to myself. Preparation, however, is Mr. F.! found a dense mass of would promulgate such a vile slander United States Senator, with a request "In arriving at the conclusion to : .
of a great and glorious Union, thatwe not necessary,-when one may thus men,comprising many of the socalled based alone upon the authorityof that he would] .procure the appointment -support this treaty, I had to en ou .
welcome you, and invite you to free one's mind before one's friends. American Club, that was falsely the New York Tribune. The which ho said would be ter but one serious obstacle. AND.'Ttt T
visit Philadelphia.im. Until I left home for Europe, I reported to have gone over to Frce- statement made by tho Tribune, as extremely gratifying to the people WAS THE QUESTION OP 6LATEBY. 1
must confess, I was not aware of the mont,'assembled under thc windows. taken from one of my speeches, reads of his section. The Hon. Mr. Mallory Whilst I ever have maintained, and If .
FILLMOUK'S REPLY.fr. great imp ovcmcnts that had been The streets rang with roars and thus : through ho received his positionin ever shall maintain, in their falL, : I ;
> Fillmore replied, saying that made in my own land,-and it roquired cheers of the vast multitude, and )rr. McCall, or Florida said, I do the Senate of the United States by forco'and .vigor. tha constitntioaal .., .,. .4
it was a source of gratification to return the contrast to show me,-how with cries for "Fillmore! Fillmorc :l tasK ydlf'NdrlhSrn 'people to love 'my Y01o- influence, yet'lie did not rights of the Southern States, over 4 _' ..
to his native land, whose institutions -I much in material prosperity C\"Cll- Fillmore 1" the institution of slavery ;aud, to tell interest himself in my behalf, and Ihave their slave property, / yet feet ta .
he had learned more devotedlyto l I j I wc have been indebted to the consti- 3JR. FILUIORE APPEARS. you tho truth, I do not exactly like good reason to believe that strong repugnance by any ad of mine + '
honor and love, after witnessingthe ; I j t tutional liberty, and noble principles! I have been told (said he) that Is it myself." Generallicrcc'never SJ.tho writ- to extend the limits of the Union over,a
operations of the despotic:: governments -" of peace and concord, and union and the Club which has just been sodout. Now, those words I never used ; ten request of the members of the new slave holding territory. After ma I

__ -of the old world.lie I I harmony our fathers left us as their ... ... (Cheers, and.. .roars of laughter, ) and.. further, I pronounce.. ... .. this report Legislature<:: *. -. A1 I_ was___ _in!_A Washington_ i* *tat ture.. reflection. however. ,-X overcame- .
had no power to express the ]legacy.- It has been my.aim tuYough it tins uc so,-n is very Clear, youwho ol: my speech uy tHC :jLrioune, or any tile time, inc appointment 01 me tnese scruples, ana now belieyo: that "
gratification he felt at the reception life to preserve: and conserve these I were gold have not ratified tie other paper that has copied it, a foul lIon. Mr. Mallory's brotherinlawwho the acquisition of'Texas: will bo the
with which his countrymen saw tit to principles and lessons they.have lelt sale. (Prolonged cheering.) Bit and malicious slander, manufactured is a Roman Catholic, was made, means of LIMITING,.notENLARG- ..
honor him. lie attributed it not tony us, as indispensable to our material be not discouraged, my friends by cxprccsly] it would] seem to injurethe and, although. often requested by ING, the dominion of SLAVERY;
merit of his own, but rather to i as to our moral prosper!t ty. To be a traitors. It was the lot of the Americans great American party, tltrouglr members of Congress to allow themto u In tho government 'of.tho. world, \ .
that good fortune which had followedhim great people, I now see more than in 1776, to bo sold out,-as it me, ono of its humblest members.It introduce me to the President and Providence generally,produces great p
through life, and which had once ever, a people must be free. Hence is said you have been sold out nov.: is true that I used part of the his Cabinet, I persisted in refusing, changes by gradual means. There is .
dented I him to the Presidency of a the Constitution our fathers "left us But though there was an Arnold, expression attributed to mo by the finally left the capitol without mak- nothing rash in 'the councils, tHe .
great and free Republic. is not only above all price, as a bequest there was also a Washington, (chctrs Tribune. Here are my remarks upon ing their acquaintance. Almighty. May not, ,then, the ec. !
While lie had. been absent from for law and liberty, and union renewed,) and in spite of the traitor, the subject of slavery, as near as I extremely gratified ta be able quisition of Texas bo the means of
J his native land, the accounts of dissensions and harmony, but as the indispensable : Americans were safe. (Continued I can remember my words : truthfully to say, that ever since I gradpally drawing the slaves far to .
and divisions which had bond of our material prosperity.Great cnecring.) Have faith, my friends', 1 do not ask you Northern peopleto began to read tho history of my tho South to a. climate]more congenial S
reached him through the press had: I ( Applause.) When you, sir, be not discouraged. No treason, no love the institution of slavery, because country at school, up to the present to their nature ; and may they ..
been painfully perused. It is impossible became the Chief Magistrate of this traitors, can sell out Americans\ who it is a sectional matter, and be- time, have been a firm believer in not finally pass off into 'Mexico,.and r.;-
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to conceive the solicitude with great city, I looked with pleasure arc rallying under the flag of their longs not to you, nor did tho great that sublime doctrine, that Spaniards THERE! MINGLE WITH BACEWHERB.SO, ;; ..
which the indications in this country on your attempts at upholding the country, tho Constitution aad tho party called Sam originate upon the should rule Spain,Frenchmen France, PREJUDICE EXISTS., ,.GAINST "HEIR

watched in Europe. laws., for no_ true liberty_ ran__ exist, j Union. (Immense cheering.) heads of negroes, but did. originateupon Irishmen Ireland, and ._Americans COLOR- ?- -Tlie Mexican- nation-_. is ,composed .-.
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Oar country, having stood seventy without 9 obedience to the laws v and MR. FILLMORB DOES NOT DECLINE. the principles anti-forcignism, America. 1 have said that 1 Jove of Spaniards, Indians,and negroes "
jcars, has been a living example to yet a government that depends for At the St. Nicholas Hotel, Mr. and anti-Koman: Catholicism, and pro the institution of slavery but whileI blended together in every vari- ,j- .
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the monarch of the world, that man its alone standing armies Warner, gouucilman from the Sixteenth tcctron to American laborers. All we make this declaration, I must aver ty, who would receive our slaves oa ..
is capable: of self-government. And power, or the d'armes upon is no good District, and Chairman of ask of you in regard to the slave that I love ,the Union' of these con. terms of perfect socialequality. :To ?' ;: :' e
f ery indication of disscntion is hailed government.gens Governments to bo ono of the American Committees, question is, to let it alone.It federated States ; and wjiy ? Because this condition they, never can be ad- *<. ,. ..
with delight by them, while it strong, must be Etrong in the hearts spoke to Mr. Fillmore as follows : j is strange, that if I made use of I sincerely entertain the opinion milted in the United States. : -'.
causes the lovers of liberty through- and heads of the people that arc U I am desirous of propoundingto statements alleged against me by ; that the severing of this Union That tIle acquisition of .Texas :'
wit the world to bow their heads in governed, and as long as we maintain you one query, for my own satisfaction the Tribune, and copied by the Savannah will be the end,of our liberties. My would, ere long, convert Maryland, 'I II
sorrow and grief. such toxins of government, found- us well as for that of my Georgian, Jacksonville News, devotion to the Union, and the honor Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri,' .and \ -
For God's sake,let us exercise for- ed upon the affections of all our people friends. As it had bcn representedby and other papers of the like stamp, of its flag, has been proven on the I probably others: of ,the more north ':r' .
warance in these trying times, and not hero alone, but everywhere many persons supposed to have that tho New York Herald, Express battle-fields of a foreign country'and crn slave ,States into frco StatcS.I .
let us preserve unbroken this sister throughout the broad extent of the great influence in the opposite party, papers that arc considered as leading in tho halls legislation Florida. entertain not. a-"doubLHr ": .
hood that will not allow name to and whose For tho, timo *' .t./
of States. Union -the Jaws will vindicate them you your journals,. reportersmay during Compromis '
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When the people shall have dis selves. It is the beauty of our American bo used as a candidate, and that you bo relied on, did not so state my : measures were creating so much excitement !'Buts1io, l ld'Tda.t'le annextd ta the ., ,
red of me as they have a right to, I system,-if left freely to will give way to flic party under the remarks. But enough sir, for these 'in the! country.and every Union causes wilt be brought into oft* :'j. 1..
respond to the kind invitationto the whole IJcople-that we represent have, lead of John C. Fremont, I simply miserable pen a. liners, who do not true patriot was fearfully'-alarmed at ration which, must Inevitably, remeve *
visit your beautiful city. or must have, such laws founded wish to ask you if there is any truthin hesitate to attempt tho destruction the state of public affairs, the, opportunity Iw.t'tryfron what 'may .be, ,called; the .
rn..h. fro4fi'rla ."I,,. fisif .I. n ......upon.. A"....... tho representation 1"'y 'of an honest mans' reputation merely was offered mo of again show. farming States. From the,beat information -
>.. rauoKe'ft uctrriox w JCKW TORE. C I4&L from&AU"&VUo one State; &AU to&-U"IiI another VUVU,thoughall "U "' .14plS3 Mr. Fillrnore replied as follows : to' carry out a political design. lug my regard for tlii' perpetuity>> of it is no longer' pJOfitnb1c'tornise.whcnt : '

. We regret our inability this morn- under different Governments "1.have,already written a letter :Mr. Editor, I fear that my com our freo institutions in my capacityof ryo n'ul'orp( by sIae
*?5 to lay before our readers full particulars without of the vexatious Pass, accepting tho nomination tenderedto munication maybe somewhat more; representative of the people, by labor. Where'these'articles Ae:the '.
of the formal reception of ports, or any gensd'armettor of those me ; but to, make assurance doublysure lenghtly than I would otherwise desire : virtue: of holding tho controlling vote only] staples orngricultiih in jlje .
:*r. Fillmore, I by the public authorities restraints personal liberty any which 1 now tell you that it'is my determination it,'were, it not for the peculiar in tho election of United fctatca: pointed and cxnrcasiro :langtstge of "' ,
and people] of New York, on reduce the upon subject to a slavery as to stand by tho party circumstances of tho case. I feel Senator for this State ; and )how Mr. Randolph, if tho slave docs J'Qt ,
Tuesday last. There has been no severe as that of the master over the that has nominated mo ; and till that that. as a Southern Know-Notliing, did I act upon that 'occn.siou"l- run'away from his master,&e mister' '
ach demonstration in this country slave. Every little petty Kingdomor party sees fit to withdraw uiy name, as we'arc called by tho opposition, Why I abandoned tho regular nom must run away from',thd8lare.. ; :. .The ;
::' since the palmy days of Henry Clay. Dukedom in Europe,demands it will not withdrawn.." _that, it is my duty to the American inee of the Democratic, caucus, of sluvo will naturally beremoVed.frpa :
;: yourPassports 'S. which I a member, 'arid such a country, Vhcre 'his, labor Is
and myself ,:views party was
people turned out en masse to ,-but when I stepped once Letter from lion. W. w.McCnll. party Ito give my
; npthe more on own native KEY WElT jlO. 1S5S, '
learet1, air was rent with cheers, land, I could not but draw my the con. To the Editor of the American Organ: a few brief yords: to the country, 'pno voto of an,election,and voted for to a region where 'ho can' : ,tib.t,,,,.ljr: "
*nj '"as forced to address tho inntitde !- trast,and thank God I was a freeman MY DEAR SIR : In the month of inasmuch as L have been assailed tho Hon., S. B.. :Mallory, who was maintain ntmseJf! .,. But jicR, Wrto :"f; :

. t from every step and balcony once more. with mr, heed no lonircrof December, last,while on a ,visit topomp and my commented! _upon by elected_ ; because" yy. Iliad__ more_ __"A_ _confiA rf% *l.._: 1, profits__-*._ KK to A.his..11.,master_ __.1 .t.....'1'__Texas____ T4tfAl will", .
11' -- ---:- -' T-- -' --' g- of several of thO uenco in tno union sentiments 01 iuu Ul'\'l: ua UUa.1U a "'\.T1 i' "
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ppcncd to ascend. Wo of friends at Tampa BayUillsborougli public prints .
r.ny'such companion as a Passport. my ( .
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tho than the.former :
readers this morning only Tremendous-cheers.) County,I was requested States as one of tho members' of latter pass
bo lost In Mexico i Oae flan?is certatn -
i Jw the address of Mayor Wood and Yourbcautiful baylIr..1Ia.yor,has by nnmcroumembers of American hiladcIpbi9nvCfltiQ1h. 'lathelanguage: ; of Nelt S. Brown, : ; 'of .
slaves
: ; .lhnorc's! eloquent reply :- oftentimes been compared to the,bay party to address tho people on tho po. Sir,.! was orn. ,in tho, ,good, oldNot1ttoii of Tennessee*in His admirable letter :lhb (increased csoibflumbcr' tMinnea' -
cannot' % by
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THE MAYOR'S WELCOME. of Naples. I \"o"seen something litical,topics of tho day,and n ticeof. :the city..otWilming- in reply,to: an invitation to, join. in tion of Texas .. .. .r., .
:Fillmore, behalf of tho Cor- oC 'both.: / Italy] ,'with her sunny:'and .iny acceptance, was,, duly given .tonwas' iaised and educated In tho the festivities, of tho 8th of January' : tile t .'; : *: ., ;
pm on of the City or New York, cloudless! 'ekics, & a'most. beautiful through tho.cplumu*: of the:'Florida Statopf: Georgia, urea for fiOveralyoJntho.a4to 'New Y: rk' .* I. hold ,no' sympathywith F IIAVO Meter' :appreliendddpreponderance l _J "
slave S
of
it alas Peninsular, with respectful'reattcsi (\ '6L'Alabama.: I 'either one cxtremopr thopjhcr the- tat 2 )0 '..,.:> .
becomes to onlyto
:J receive country look.up.n.-snd ) ;. ,
my duty to on :
yon Abolitionist.andFree:>oil-- the councils of4th nation Sa
,that tho citizciis at reside lhe laoid.o KcjWajtin e Jthet,th6-. .
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generally
*occasion! and to tender the Mu- look upon!1. but would to God she :: now' a !
P&1 hospi 1ities. We are ever had a government liko :ours [ap tend. Accord ingl yt>at;the hour:*i b- ,tho. cxfcro. .. a. BOUthfiTB, por- era ofc!:tho, North ,or the ,Seccseion- fear jiaswy5re4.;toi.. 4 fin ... ..
1 : the'UnltcdYas' and, Disnnionists .a(: ,tfco., South... I ionarjvBut: Ihiose. :wo Teta1kiu ,
)e&drto Tho bay of" 'Isaid: pointed, I repaired ,to tho Ccwrt tipn'itevetenr: in : .
do public honor to thoso Fl use.] Naples, ; '
ho i called: vw .H1.the .comso Of sincerely think tfeat.tacra ;sound 8uchappre1iCl\81'oHat it.. .. ... .
: harofilled eminent stations with IS comparedtotyour own beautiful House, and;tspon being; to $ ib St : i .1 "'4.;., .. ''' .
; dlIt7 and usefulness. Jn this for; l bay; but there is: this striking'difference. stand opened( .jargiiment. 'Before I mf.lifo'Kpr i, fMfeptt; 'and Picon's; national'also' eii ttho;inboth Nortlwtmd;sections,tkerort More eu.r 1 1is thnii'' ue'' .acqnuti"; erJt. ..kUit.'czr' .
C bao additional inccn- When.I stepped on shore at ha4 concjttdcdinyircmarks" : uponlio ltobfHI: lJr t1''ltloiibfFrinlB. agitetora : "
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tuft. ]hundreds first .in jfliseourBewRih; : JinpeawI.hvkowncd ap4 o1d. principal ; ,
your relation to us Naples I was surrounded by ;.point W : o .
1*Ger own feliow-caiizcir personal veil known! of bcggaw when' ,1 stepped on: wasaiitiiforcigmsmliraa) : intern -' in niarkot:9 ro: lavQ .jrobablythantwoiiiirds dp in t1i CJltt;:of PhUadcKtpairidtic ;,,.and., !.. U e T-iief",-m *.el: .iI".. ., ..,..
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I arecadmeot of Mr. Wilson proposing -a otbi Pnoco party, who were direotion of the Marshal of the Thy and his skis- -HlltW.tMai.wnb.iimtS'2.

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clause ami Jo declare all the Etcts noftJ We bie .da4i t iRr.twAN some Tariatloa Cbariestoo for the occasion. Next cane the Fresh-the .SJ
ot the and the Vke-PrtsidenU
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KaftwMLegi&Iaturo nnFPan'cfVoidwaftaega4tred AHEBICAK TICKET* I .
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after long Uscusaion. ..., wpollsi ..J,44wl.7. Vlenjj'of v low abreast 2.IA.Jm.1ttZrSirTbe
-- S the citizens gencrallyfi>lk wwg two
; 'A the 4ithrr of National ,,
at
iyndymfewas udoptcd Milard ilhiic eutof and forming a long corteges Tho ..proccssioubl tywbiel.Lujuac

4 i iwtewe Pouglasr, allowing all < d fa fat.L5id.Dc.lU4b.N4en.t4ro( eIiaimsh7-tb4Ise ryWaV
msSdrf Mftbtfeftatis*wbo had : 9NOWia thMieeI1t4 taown tftotr Srffollowed. rewired the the Presidency of the Unitedj!
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driven ofttiof tlie Territory ujilill theist tog; isajLfl '"J& Imps ti '4i of the foerptruUTtak{ foe lib<$tyt of.seod'ing Header and..Cbap'lain'ano!escorted to ,the Grorappofated1 C15tC44 with ue jof

af-pctober to return;,and, vote.Mr. : J.' ] neThthii time*,* thseitcaaTus4tObbC UOorto $cop/of; .tin present nu'mbwy, and i>; folicit for the speaking Oa ar fesr, was there aTerfbeaUtlful Tcuuesaee as
t aad -
sppropCl.ts display pretented.
TrBaabullproposed) tin additional ;S.; ;;. %!ynxNtw.z. ; ,** wsi tha-But their support antfnatronage* We know that most l ;: has #:%;
the U"orijtl** !
section to the, effect that.co slave : FOGOVfliQI do good*erric, 4 of ticm wire wxWit friend* of Ibo.ouw which *lsdiesrepres.nt1ng In. Owir tb sUad, with the agreeable) dat/e ftE:
seated placet
States, r$ pa to
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p ttd" tbat'b them/
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should.be.held mKansasuntilli :wi Id eon nf tSae, l
David Wiker on'aa we wo get rattirial from babe presenting embbjinatic chain, refulgent with of a 0en805U00 which wi '
Iiai3ha1l 1 gaized s14vci. ;SiX enlarged to Itsorfiiginal .:..: 0? COfXTT., T thoe subscribers Jo the paper who wboMrnamo it is mad?, but fl --1 >" 11
Tfew decisive 4 and fa the background
the
vwas rejected by size. nth several American flags, of largo numbers of
: ; tb9to mocraL shall also < other<
vote of.3iio,0. Mri T. varied his ; wf, .our.,- -patrons. *__ _: $-_ : werpiof k iwrbg'thvt pazy w* of that class f n[ wa* suspended a Juadomc portrait of theConstiutloasndth. a &fswi
---- are
amendment,, peeping in view the Jathes Mr-Baker/ .JUDoInAWWSS AN1OLQJ3UC, t bricfvlsit.cnt'ori! "croftingout 'they opposition apt organ la Washington, tbe stripe of thai figs arranged elation in the opportaniti c ia4thfnJtestify

earae object ; but this was also rejected prcous'4coTd.. -. -( -; We bad lm plqare of bearing Indg* Jlawkjlnsholdfortli the inetropolijim town fEast Florida, bat who tastefully around itA llarg*'concourse of lady their cod sour Inyovez sery1 f

,.*Jjad 1, at l JplQcfeop Thursday ."" v'W.W.McCALL in* Tallahassee on Saturday,!Jlst nit bsve judgnieit enough tkuowthat the American pect4tort were also Ia waiting when the procession for ih*gnidanc* of the ratar ; ITh.undtnlgsd
B BW' arrived. The President ot tbo Day; CoU tD.
of bjs ; take4gtZftentlou
have .points speech,
we forgotten
As ,
many
moniiDP after a session of twenty '' party oljEast); Florida! l* amply respectable In
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JOIW MYRICK, and the i'loridian ''Journal having failed to furbish UarVtho Vice-Presidents, Cols. Bnfifagton and

_- hours, the! bill wa passed by a- vote : WDEEVOOD.I a retort of It we shall wait until hejsagainbefore bet -numbe-- -s- aninatcniaI a1 i *,ri.r' u ._' ,_'tosustain'j'u an**opposition z... Timaou. took tbefi'seats upon the stand, .as did .nd frtnvns.Iu the.f PTheedmgaof. s.. .

ot 3' tol2. anero: .were fonrtcenSenater3 : commenting upon the positions taken e' ; HMJ1i1L) $u fu m Ivcottwithtbe also the Orator of the Day, Cot. J. P. Saadersorf, rrs-waIs
la reduced to
absent on the final vote, bat,, TOIn by him Ja this eanraaSiJfwet iSe'forelgn party Vote which now the Kea'der' ; Aristides Doggett &<[., and the Chaplain ) LEX.DER if. 1L RTI.b
afcinmingHhe:editorial mansgemeBt of the courting for existence. We : tS.
ANDREW
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it as understood t iat if the Senate ; >cinenibcr> )rreetlrJ |ifl dcnoanced, lb sba1 Her.WiWiTtours.. Several of the Clergy STEWART* S
FLORIDA RtVniucijf,COTformity to custom seems !!reestablish Ihli'drgatf, and fa the day ofvoting }:l4t.sTL'4 1WK&
had been the would gntjrJ' aturo of the Ncbraikv of the town alsoj>ccupied scats appointed for them K. -. .
full, vote have to demand thai s.abIifuimaHj>iotrodace OVP- attgSoTjsr more eflcclualfy eon vine*er'p.in.ita .rJr'partytV Jt BARTLETT. -
Kansas: ijrv 1 na approved, mo tcocdUll/f of the. upon tbstand. ..In consequence of tbe Indisposition S 5 Wl.r3 All*
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been jrfiJoiijrel>uJiflu$amo, Several' hft.the pabliortrr "dfaHnmgioorp<* ition' asppblicJournalUt. a <> ti. fl4g. W> **-a n fully- and
I' oombatioQ bj h> Cincinnati CoOTentipa o/llr.Bucbanaa of soae.of.the member*of the Town.Council lilL:4jL UR..tn, -.
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important amendments were incorporated .- Tho, we intend to do in a few generally expressed oursclf over onr signature i in
for tbe rresidcpcy, J wbaps the'J iz ,and the temporary absence from the city of
in the. bin-such as prohibiting jifief words: ;-words that cannot bo misunderstood, ( another place, but we wish to have pleasure of 5gzmrn 5
words that be who read and bad not seen Mr. Buchanan's 1ettii'b'scceptann all the old of the Intendant,, the Town Authorities were not
runs '
so plain even may again numbering friends the paper :
but citizens native and nat ; is; 2l
tl
any vrbfcb be atows/the anti-southern Iicius tn atJbdy, bare
present
reading, understand.; among its present one*, and for this we address
uralized, from voting-, repealing the TbeltErcBttcik will to the earnest, bowcfcr doctrine of '(Squatter SoTerciftnty." Tbe fuHon these few, words especially, to them. We shall The Her. IIr.Bofars opened the ceremonies with ?threcept*tuflal ouyendon of your letter of tlq &nIeiJ I

test oaths imposed by the Kansas feeble, advocate of the bfindnlcs. aims objects-aad lag extract 1 U taken from bis )letter of acceptance cater for them with mtebt and main but with prayer. M!. Doggett, fa doe order, read the Im- hitUpst ckmed its scsaiua at PkiP

Legislature securing- full scope men of the great Amercani'artyof the Union,and and we commend it to the notice of oar democratic courtesy to opponents and friends. Wo shall be mortal Declaration.. Col. J. P. Sanderson then unnfnlee.lYTresenhed y

to the freedom of speech and of the will! be the;medium of a.devoted advocacy of the friends who can't go,"Squatter Sojcrei tjr, and decply.gratified if this self-introduction! to the old opened bis address,which was marked throughout that ofrAndrewm4. Jack I

election of-thecandidatesOf that national to Judge Hawklus particular! the is with thrilling historical recurrences,and delivered
press within the Territory. party, patrons of R'tpvUkan mat ia. the spirit in Fresitleneyt TWa unerpec( d
% The House Eeprcscntativcs and State, as well! tu totvnrand cour/ty. We believe "Tbe recent legislation ,of Cngivsarei'pectindomestic which it b attempted. from memory, with an energy which showed t ut .at Venice on my tttan.duplicate fr iw .
was tbero Is nothing lost cither to the slarery, derirctl, as it has been, from the -_ _ the speaker fully entered into his Interesting theme mailed thirteen i ion days hk
gccupied principally in the consider country orjjinil and pure fountain >ot legitimate political my arrival in
AMERICAJfS STAKD' FILplORE tIt The oration received with
was frequent applkos
to its party by a acwspapcr being free, frank and the Trill of tbe king ceount far
majority, promises ere
ation of the for the admission power my apparent Segied*
bill of
is observable-that the Ahtf-American close each interval of wps
zealous in the cause it espouses. We bare "no rolisbfor"an'alfanW to allay the dangerous -excitement. Tbis legislation clearly At its and between thesp prumptrrply.
Kansas as a Statointotho. Union is founded as ancient as free party arc attempting insure Buchanan's success the Band performed national airs,-.. You will *
hurt of *heet-a tnilk.andwater ;.. upon.principles:.. ... ....i... ceremonies, _.!_ f pafdon_ _t me. .for SSTUI* rt.r l I
nrpt upon mo motion to rcconsiucr concern and RKPCB.IJCAX v I UUJU I.cIl., .Ju, zi; HVWiUAUVV M ItU by.rtwmi ng 10 weir uiu game 01 irray. A neypreen4 The bene ictioa eiosca me intellectual twervances, J4uluIa..r..wucsvi U IKS, | eaO
,: as inconsequence, tho .
has declared that tJ a rr1ti' life
the vote. ofonday rejecting-the oc d .pot be expected to b
bill- which was carried and then a straight forwarjj, decided-op nd dowu.Anieri. iclfiJitr; tlattry thatt or shall not Acttt vltlin'tkttfJF1LLJ10RI 'dcncy ,as between JSufJuinan and Fremont, not to.the place of tbe Dinner- Tbo, ladies* representing a private citizen., Uone I havt tl
upon can AThen it iulvocate the jim iU.' : allowing the gallantTu.z.Mouc the smallest ppssUHe the States look the advance, acd were part in politics. But I h v"lj
the of the bilk An ineffectual paper. ceases o cause .. -
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passage ; -- chance of success. Conssqaently they say.to followed by the ladies*who fLrmed portion of the indtflVrrnt sptebtorct pasilDf ,,
of ,
its
connection with it : LETTE
party, our- jvUl mosl ccrCainly Mn 'S 1 houtatad,
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motion'was made.to
lay.the cnscryaivc.rnricans unless vote for Buchanan toexprrn my opIiiowo, sa
you audience- tbe officials and other1 citizens uniting.
'cease. To another column will bo? fjuu'd i r 1fi. subjects when a kcd; nor to give I
bill upon thctabjeand several wotions I fear Fremont will be elected-the con and thus enlarging the to Influence- for j
It will therefore aCbrd asaVaul dcatof pleasure letter ccccptlng the nomination of the Philadelphia.Corirentiori. processIon an imposing tste those m n aad
to failed. ti4ia between th eLu" Americans be not thus 5 tboaght best calculated to'rM
adjourn Finally, at during the present political canvass to give a fulb Ifc accepts the nomination? without ; extent. .. Af
aaI of
three-o'clock the vbto taken deceived and led.from tbe path of devotion gUnr our eummoa toanr .
was up cordial and hearty nppbrUt th* American of the bill which l It/glorious iasfiiuHous. "The AntiAinerican were fiNt escorted to the Ubie, and the Prcsideat solicited and
the-passago forth iliLiacti
was *J'rcsidcncjT, I'u.xoaeanda1sotbqlQ defeat, and appeals to his past course as a pledge anespeI-njti __

decided affirmatively. .bv a. vote of < candidate of ihe-same, party, AXDBCWDOX&LSOX and guarantee for the future., Surely no man who party_ '- are-_- -getting-. -__#desperate- S ,- and. lave and Yice-Presidcnts !tool their place*. The dining upmi_. at nie.....a 4.new.__ .datyfrvavj Ick4* .
.s-- JAcJaoJ win ucTisva a cunning electioneering Bcncme, py table was 61 lengto suCicicnt to accotnmodato 5Mor w Iuilurr, !PvwTIvg:.as i el4f -
100 to 97.liragedr. : for the Vicol'residencj.- wishes'to see the administration our Govern bbjecw of the which baa I
party bo
sit We support them In the first place not because one meat restored totliat purity which marked tbe first which they hope to cheat bones men out of their iOO persons. It was1 well arrangedlri the form Its confidence. 1 cheerfully sceeps i& 1
: of theni and withhold Teal cboioTb-it nothing more 'nor Itrss., The ota T, and was flanked and festooned by flags. without waiting to enquire( iu
in Charleston, Virginia.The.Char1cstonKanaivba was once a whig the other a democrat, years of its existence, can from MIU.A&D. pn&wtsal
truth is i JlittAKDFiuMORB w gaining strength After the ladies bad and retired cess crdHeat. It is sttfflcicntlr va7fltiHif{ ST
) Kepublican but because they are both members/in good and FitUiocK his support. Oor. \VTse;'of Virgfn partaken the >
by doing*i I yield to the wisbesef
ewry.dayyand nothing can possibly prevent his reading of the fallowing regular toasts was atlHte
of 17th notices the violent regular standing the National American Party.In has said his Administration was Washington-like commenced lion of my feiiow-citizens.! b
the % tw
fiction
but every
the second place! we support them because we throughout. Cm5-the* American people desire the .successful carrying.out- of this by the President, and echoed at tbo lower Union, who, tike myself; are

death, on the 14th, of Ed. Kenna, regard MILLAEP I'ILLMORK ,as; the most eminent more? S Sbrewdly devised scheme. Therefore we entreat end of the table by Vice-Prosidout Buffiagton, See the adnunbtratjoa ef coy

'Esq., a gentleman well known in con Statesman bow living in America, and possessed -S Americans to stand 'by Fttuio&c :'at all hazards, each toast being accompanied with music suds to Hut original simplicity and puritv
CHEERING'K&W&T ind to the last the first years bl its existence; sod.If
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nection with internal improvements of more, wisdom and Presidential qualifications extremity, S salute: '
From all sections of the State, we bear news of { -i --.5.-, i quiet that aUnaiag acctioaal ag
in the westcrn.part of Virginia. He generally than all the candidates of the Anti-Amer. 1ST; MFzLx.6isYarniIn New York REFL.ta TOASTS. white.it delights the 3Ionarchiesg ,,
the
most cheering political character. .From Es- wag S 5
: aincniber of the Charleston bar. ican and Mack-Republican parties put iogeihcn- 1. The every true friendftfoor'oiriHaving
was cambiaBay the$L John's River, the people are the occasion of great rejoicing the part not only XtafVH CddrasWrtby to jbo re- the experience ofput _'
The republican gives the following When the Union was on the brink of dissolution, aliretotbe imporUnce, of rendering a verdict inrf j if his political friends, ,but also of all classes, tnembered) but more to be commemorated for the minifttntion.of Lbs Government,I aq

nAAAiinf rtf' 4liA nir*r %*. and tbe yawning chasm of fanaticism seemed ready 5.U .....1 i1.. 4.wui ...-....... sexe rtid eontliiiufta. If wn'w.f..sm1 t.. pure princiDlca wbiett oibervd It into existence. ted to refer to thai as tbe
#4 LL4.LL S to engufph itj-.it'wai 1iziscii FILLKOBK who > iu..uaei&* i uiu- uu' *- *.-- S -----: --- -:- tare,and to say should the rfcafe tf Bsj jtitsl
city bjr Mayor WOOD and i4plicd 2. n*. Declaration fi&a&acs.Th :
On Saturday last when the board- themselves. UtirtnchnuAl and JZ'/vrai isthe ; id a bmi; and
stretched forth his hand and said be still tioo b* sanctioned by Uw peopla.! 11 fifes
"peace, arrival band tbat traeed 1 it is indeed the elo" *
of those appropriate address. Upon his althe fet.2f mojionlessv t&
motto who tu the" regard for
crs at the Kanawha House were assembling and in :ere opposed powers same scrupulous n fcu oftrnj s ,
thb entire consequence.we were savedfrom total and that be" in and about thc'Sute Capitol, and to aj- ich'olas"Hotel, be was'met by"a Commiitee ef the quent lips that sustained it fa it* formation are tioa oft Union w hieh tbeo faJhnMi kva)
for dinner and .
.. sitting destruction. tain to desirable state of affairs;tbe pcoplo saj City,ConncU, ud a boat of personal friends, who bushed, but the lofty spirits that conceired, resolved duct endeavor to ptrfura every dma&wf)
the 'bar 'and .Owing to the jtnbeciiitypf the Constitution arid laws to thq Lrs.
QoTnbctwecn diningrbom present humbug
: bad rnaturedmaint.tincdit.and which alone to
administration DAVID S. WALaMMSt and thatt be elected Gotermr. assembled to Trelcome him back tobis.naiivc As too proceeding* of tbm &**tBtiajit
was pretty 'well crowded, 31r.CSm1acmindcI is in Washington,our glorious_ Union .: Vhen the people -tho honest jeomanrj of land. Aaobg-: crowd thus assembled, were such men *make it lift to lire*-they cannot S. expired narked a Cdv- era in the htatarji t4 lltjiMHin*
again a jterijo'us, condition nnd discreet : .
ofEd. Kenna, .R the country-those wfo ..payif.taxes, say that ;dcegak from Uw Fillmore National American S byhrinjring a Dew poriqea! vrjpuaspproaeblag *

an explanatfqn or retraction of 4a JINKS Statesman is needed protect and preserve it things must be done, there's no use of dnybody'i Club, who assured the distinguished Ex-President These shall resist the Empire of decay ealuQt4s rw PVesJorntwl fiirm foljtriottc eunraM,
UUCHJ IX is.pledgcd to : the course nay .cose
pursue "kicking the that they had not been*oW vvt to Fremont When time b o'er and worlds have passed away.
charge made against him thr'ough .hat against pricks. but porpoises of that oTg.azsius,Vbij,
deoie3 F&-ius1'zsicabasadopted. With him S |were stitand should continue to be,"supporters Cold ia the dust the perished heart maybe, gard aS Springto.pfMth act.1 a _____
"Mr. >Watt. .Kenna or explained we could not foci secure. Fremont is a Black Re tm7 On the first page ol to-day's paper will be of FiLuioaK and Dox .so*. For full Hut thai which warmed it oace can never die.** aouatryld 'P S J.rg, *ilPnate
the said charge Itq7tne Eiiis- publican, legs formidable but more dangerous than found particulars aeonat 4flLsi.Oa,. nd the dsnprci.
aq iuterestbg letter from Mr W.W.MtCAU.rcfutlnc see first page.. 5. TJu OmMfittlun;-The sheet anchor of the
faction of Mr. S., and a he turned even iJtcHAXAjr.:% As in 1850. the' people will-feel the base and false chartre nude iirainat --S--- 9'* p ...i.;,. .1 p. ). 1..m. .1. _,._ocy__ :ef'.. _tbotM' divisions.J.,,.i.towards.i.i.a .&.

from :Kenna to leave the room, Mr. that tbeir only security is in* him who then guided him by tio opposition on the authoi4t.oftbeie; BLACK KEPUBttCAIT NOMINATIONS. a.1'toz may p.it agnin'fiod&secure% anchorage aS.5't.PSC, until Wfa now.ttiaiag.wu.1 NJ possessed% of W tipower*****

Matt called Kenna a 'flar/ and struck us through the perilous itoftn/and tojum'-we fee) York Tribune. sUtcmenls of that vile abijlitlon the coniUfned forcc/of Abolitionist*,IYee-sculers, the ship of State, freighted with the-liberty of this violent and disastrous .jritattW to S*
assured they will again enlrusV the"noblesWpof id WriAmericnusi tave tre harmony.by iu own exampfe *f SMM4ao4
sheet maybe taken when consulted and
fcinv witn, his/fiF .scuffle ensued. by some, but waite together millions, once more presses onward safely and (urbvarauce. It baaaejaia ,tlian&rf af
Slate. With him
aUbentlmaWwW ift#. AxDBKW found using its infamous for the of brescnted to the pcdjit vf the North as their can-
"Neither of tlie'partics a reports purpoe majestkally fa bercareer.4..Tb.Usionofth.8tstes. judgment; bpnn every earnest fries* *f A*
weapon. JACMOS DOXKLSOXIS a fit and proper associate blasting the reputation of any Southern gentleman, idal for tbe Presideitcy, the little rock-cb'mbcr tcjjnty of the Union. .z .>>
,At this instant there were in the .for tbo patriot }'awioic. Receiving'- then vfit shall have pacriCeed a1lscJf-rpcqtand forfeited nkI&ockyM9uQtsinexpkrer, Jobn.O. Fremont, -. ioestIm.tlngtbis panty, both ia iU fntml j*

*:rjopni three' or f discharges of a early teachings(rum that illustrious Demo era tQ en.AXDRKW ,the confidence of Southera people. it CalifornIa, sou-u-bjr of Tboyias H. Jknton. $. TbeSUlrtif thE Uioo. '-' 5 'sirtoft'and furore destiny, Iftv-t/MoW i te'sjvt
leading priaciple a*aaneaoeed O >
: pistol orpiltpls. Ur."Kenna fell ands JACKSON, and by him being warned against .. }''or the Viee-'V residency their nominee are ,ExJov (C Tie Fvtktr'
cxpired.instantly ball striking.hunin the dangers,that were to be apprehended LATESTFJtO1fEURO4-Nc WAR I' ;Jobnsteri of i'enb.fur the North Americans, soil forever will we coolecat nb ashes'i yet M so cony of which you were tA kind as to .ssis

the ack pi.ssingthrougli the vital from placing too much power in the bands of' the The steamer NJrlh'America has arrived at New led'Diytan;x>f JT. X, for the Black Republicans. exalted was Jii*; greatness that SK> country will n V boding them to b* just sad a'taif fc #*ttme

foreign-born, we have an abiding.confidence that York,bringing Liverpool dates to tbe.18tb of Jnne. tcl.-TreraoTit* antecedents 'are 'purely' **Demoiratic appropriate him.. Th boqn of. IVovidcnai to the Interest of the cuaatrv,aad yp d
:'partis (probablyihd heart) and lodg to the r tab>ishment and supjurt fu iso
the people Will elevate him to the position be i ia so She brings the gratifying p ws that ;our Minister, ," wbilo those of GOT. Johnston and Judge JLuoiaa race, bU fumq i< eternity and his residence safe aid ieSectiv AaWioa pillci,is

immediately unto, the, skin below well calculated to adorn. Arc not our reasons sufficient MR. DALLAS,-willupt be. dismissed*. Lord Clar- IaytoD are Free-soil AVhig > What success thtse creation," Sacred bo the memory of Wash with the idea*aid the npc f I IRepoblic. $ (

the fight Ripple. Mr. Watt received justify: any bouest man in supporting the tndon made a statement to.this cflVct in the House ickcts will meet with remains, bo seen. Of their ington.. ., 7
tw'oslight wounds from 1u11 American candidates for President and of Commons: In response to an inquiry from the tlcction 'I expect shortly to sail fwr'Asv-4
Vice President we presume no scnsiblo man Las an v !-Tfta f tn'1FYO1IItLI. f Ikdtk JiK-autinrr i\f lt iftSk Pviifrl
-one',"making a, crease .on his fVc know oar readers frill make an affirmati've F.arlof Derby. The announcement was the occa- burs Itunovr left tar the National, UnionJovIhg & Tb Ei-PresidcutJ of tbe United Slafes. my native soil. Jfy "eppwlufy **
sion of tovd cJtttrinff in the House of..Conuoon. tonscrvaliVc pariag own Muatrr, aid1, la**** **X
/Head, arid the other entering his left repu se. people of.tSe country, Nortfi as v;The President ftbe United States. My $
It will not be seek So it seems tUaVjohn Bull is not at all anxious to Weiss South people, with tho 4) of k.aulPeis.f4; ***r"tDcrcao
irin and passing down to near lie our province, however, to toagitatepoliUcal'questiota to unite together and elect those 10 Tlwj Army and Navy. my admiratMn" lot* fit.our ift *
*clbow where it was extracted. Much when the present rough ihake *muss,with Uncle Sim, and is detetinet- good;and true mea, 3u.taitn> Fiu.Motie and AxOKEW 11. The 174t-fwts wvdland of I.b-rrtf, aod Iba-' -"*

sea of politics bhall seem becalmed but ratberjodevoto not to have one._ ._. JACJCS/UT Dox&LaoN,5and .ire believe -tbey etoii-3tay without even a daunt ever la) tM'
: excitement in and about the blood that trioU them be "* "
poured trth.upoa
prevailed our vnergicit and what little of talent a kind grIIuay: be that some; of.our readers will will do iW p apiin, S e
1he iiptcL .JNo one could {ell whofired' Providence has endowed u!with, to the promulg*- feel inclined complain at upaperbeinga1znosticlusivelj \ \ ,-, aSp the seed,of liberty,destined tq ftuftiji'slj as a.mighty ,1 beg of yon, gwjllemen, i see pl i 9 '
13TA writer in the Iast'2.issjrs tree that will cast its sbad -f*r tbv very UIteriagmaaeer I*.wbfcfc TVbeenrplcatitfd
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the shots ;, such was the suddenness gation of subjects audseutimcnts that,hall have devoted to the promulgation of political aodjprotoctipa over to communicate th* rs.l l lftetioo *,

; of .the affraand the consequent a tendency to 'the early and full development of intelligence; To such wi beg to say; that i ii| of-1 WO Vfhlg,point and with Democrat nlcasuro, fa and the,federal iftth prklc legislation, to the the oppressed of mankind rUrtt enlf bt tted and pmln'di

:,confusion in tHe room, that no one those resources with which this section 'Ot our they will bear wiUTns'until 'after the November bright spot in th history of the pat,jrbere they, 12. American Flag: nci1 WK> eonpoiMd.tot |ato; coaoui

r fc -* 1.1 *_ i1._ i'i _& t___- -- youthful State a boon& an wl! *s in tnnr* <>1 bUW U, iu uju uuuu ui one. r .5 I LW,W1Lpruwunu rpcs di
jJ1W1 any try first aad foremost "
unite inwhatever the bonds of brotherhood.'a But ia their auctions. at once to Ileaven and thee,
people .who, greater variety of miscellaneous matter. until -, .7 YourfricudandJleecS
:'i'he coroner's iiiqucst rcndercd ayfict'thit may bare been their earlier teachings, that time, wo feel thai we should be derelict fa -Yesl.andln! 1857 the country' will point, witb. S &DdamilftOeethy'sdefldOr* fly 311 LJJRD F1LUr11essrs
'i'Mr.'K's death was" equal pride to the same and the Presidcntj 5 AYe H. I?. AJJr'I'
StnsrV
man ;
causVeSfby same In his
in midst triumph o r; closing
are now our pulling khoulder to .thewheel" our duty,to our country and to our party wcro wo eye. 1LBart1uW.ZkEphraim

,wounds inflicted by James V. and making a common effortto, place Ibe not to strive every means.iu our power, to promote -who presided over that same legislation.t 13. THwum'.* Tbowgbi'not belonging to the pol ,5Etstua Brooks.Marsh,,Vummtit& .-

-. atid'/Lndretir D. Lewis, Ms brothcfs- "Land of Flowers" in that highposition which she the happiness of the one, and the success"of illcal arms,or aspiring{I. be the representatives .5.
9 t WB( should like to know if Uw "(bwign-born ,... rUlmore at Uoae4S
: in-law.. All. the parties are gentlemen is ere long destined tb occupy. In the accomplishment the other. citizens"- who manned tUd of Slates, wbca the true fastinets'oJr patriotism c A TBir TO *US FAT a, A, U1Lses

F Jof high social posti n. The of so desirable an object, we feet perhaps ur.Tb Old -Line Whigs S.- of-]Baltimore have cauaa of Its yofnyof. gua oa tho 4th, were are awakened iq times thai try .men's soul%.tbey s t'a. io-L JjIJS.

circuit court, of Kanawhd adjourned more than ordinary interest. In Florida, we first elected.Delegates! to thq National Convention who S.-- are evet,'Cuthful,true, and dobfa. The Jangh- -. :- JJlIFF.tLOJ$14S.Mr.

IhronVh respect to the deceased. breathed the breathe; life; and witbia'it limits prefer MiLiakn FiitMQBf for thu; Presidency to .,noxoBAttT Ptcaw.-SIAudfiri'nundei wants ten p1 k the Republic are .worthy to emulate a.mors. '*its FUlmorV&recepti bI ?Iiirday

ciljewisljurg1 Chronicle gives baa, been thus f&rin lift ourotbiding place, and "any oti
the we .cberisU no ,stronger than thai jbeiog S. .- Bjwclter are D-U lies.;' ; Honored be womaa--6io beamsfa, kiud, TlnubYne..sit
following Version of this tragic allowed pa'ss the remainder of our days Jn a Rr Jolro C. Brcckinridge, the, nominee of'tboAntiAmerican S "' S :.,.. OticeM. and fab as a bI bj'g of ligbUFcaltersaround -
: : l th3njiijiad State": which one born alinosi withlij of its S Shockingfo *' ** k, could vt4hTe4t.
ff1 appcars sight. Wty forth ; VicePresIdcncyVhsaulto her wherever absrs '
sh
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vapuoi wouia 09 expeciea vo oe aitacnea. ieu lu va&iu u uu vvcura.w1i vi iw4th Viiuu |uuu5 fmf ;* wi -
not urea on amicaoio terms wituiiis, aeroicaiy b the youngest man cvcrplaced hi Roses; of bliss o'er our ttaro-corered waym.T- liiij
We hope at all limes render the RUPUBUCAX IYS: T: from the conntrr,. by the
; ivifo, who was a Lewis before mar- nation for that office. 'Yovity JBreek will be dcd After
tberegnlsr toasts tbe
an Acceptable and welcome family paper, and no under, however, by means cf the heavy weight ** We are happy to say,however,that everything fcUowIng volunteer loaJd fororcr tvc
.riig that sne Lad left him and sued toasts wagon r
; went oft and that tiro ware offered fJ.
agreeable, en harmony -- -
exertions sball be spared on our part to cause it to attached to him,fa the of QU liuel: It provailed around. Strctk house toj$,?'!
;:r41'JL bill! of: divorce. Ho indulged person except slightM emeu to among the Demo Br Two HOIKS. Tl* Orator of tbDty:- ;
: be at least kindly received all classes of individuals.
: by
that b ,,
seems n pity so young a gentlenuu should crals present" .. As be dows and. placeQlOUg4'of
bint,
of eloquent as ja gal cvcryr
in harsh ,
by eomo rernarKB 5 ;
way cycngc, "We intend to edit- the; BtPCBUCAJC oar thus sacrificed. 4 1 -We have/or somo,time past tliougbt thai there
4 about her, and being asked by self, and although asking our .readers to over-took -I--- S- -t t- stu' was somewhat of a tplU among the "harmoiuou SLvBr.Tjro ltMK$.-Tk* Ibijial $tff Pay P< niarcInrhcrQaicrsoaeo

Mi:,. Lewi if ho hansed certain IanJgiago.attributed'to whatever"they may see amiss In os-one whose The entertainment given by the 'Ths- untcrrificd, but did not tfciuk that tao, 2faw..wouldbe May ,bo ever.condocf, us to Seneca profitable waa.crowdcd. .4

him in reference- youth and Inexperience entitles hIm to Uses much- i>ux Assocuncpr Washington Ilall on Thursday too CM totelltt; S < *- an4 ,pleasant f* the patriotic demtnjtraUon ofoda The proceasioa! wa.slong.
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tbJiis sister that yet we aballbe responsible, individoally/for njgbt buVwajrJargcly attcoded, and the per' ------4.S >-d y ,. .5 5.
acknowledged forma'nee kTgbiy cnditable to- the"actors.. -The Bri.'tinfPreUtnt
fa 8; af iTfefr-TWrf-
itseolunins.We Horrible
ever appears i ffc' C i *- S : ; ; S j MrThlmoro W&YCkO0Jirtif
.he. did when a-fight cnsnd. which parts welt sstaI ,-*thexnnstc by the orchestra teio S
tH Gtkttn etlibntia
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JL1TF.J14 .14k TTuiatu. sh11cndo&oratslLtlinqto treat our opponents >< The_ jfeprfinds._ f ultwith_ the jgeatbjmaa boprestdeilover.tho "st < pmlS*afyvr of the ciiizeos.
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4uiibD J..LUWi& wurtcausiy, and with that degree of digpiy w. V4WU'p 1A b&V UUIU% UI5LJIJ fcJ4iUcaotho fourth, fur ssj tot tAu mmunvM, UWrM j-'M3y uwy- advance $

p*; understiand', llireo times, | .which ought always to characterize a political We Bop loon to bear fleom' Th'esplans agafa. ing tUt;tAmrkWsb% ld role America IIow tbrousaUefriatj of t i* W ILk.t.itrvfing1 jnc

tcqtii thla breast, jmd once lathe editor. We,may, and probably ..shallhavcioccsrslonto'telt would oar neighbor bare been pleased if the Prescjdcnt Of our country fa her days oUiI ibUionand city, in a most ..teloqneatwluckko !

tho lorehcad. between many truths'upon them-which! they I- .5 This gentleman, who is ibe American- candidate had said th/C"Amtricons po Qt a$ tfrulo be crowned jrfth honor and success. ;; ropoade& 1a

t ; : would fam'bare escape the'public eye. This will Bepresentatire to1,Congress;?came'passengerinibestearr n ,4' S--.. :- : %.)tr wonesya. raandcr f
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: ;,: be oar duty as a faithful chronicler of passing political Cbrof/w, frok CharUston, Jon the, .S '- S un_ ,sa&2t1t1ailo4; ci &Iei4t4 Her was thea condaedcncoiin tWI

lTof k Jaarkets. evcnt > and we mightadd.of p M political 2d In t. Ile took the stajt
1sNWYO July 5.--Tko. Cotton events. If we,at any time; talk too plainly Orate foTAIUgator huipUJf*. o residence, W* jrw sn oration at Lineal tcf,'Fa. Those person of Improvement.The permitted topass the S! '
>o elcept to partisaa effiisions on the f*glorious President, tfeen addressed the Mtabbd was
-ettodapwaa qm&tand only too expjicit Inonrinnncrof expression, it-.must pleased tie mm fa jweb flne-bwlth TiandipWts. .
atiributed to an error of the head'rather than and to learn from'bbT tiat baVould' sooti'iMmJHead'te -: n'bouldbshIne&nzUooki Jt np,. odpcrose company W a speech of some;length comparative qaietnees.Hotiaitcd .

t3Wi of..tbe Scart.'*lfIn what wt may aV thie; have 5M it attentively. Tba feet that Hr, B ocbjiaanis Upon 4 nail lor Mr. EJU DcCottts that foUraan *- the N. T.

occasion U iaysy1duIshaflftl bimselfSKSTiered 9 s.c1ioa&otb. *BtThUI npw a eaodidatofbr,lbe ifreaiJcDcy, lends addi- aroso'and responded In some brief r mf kp.JlHhU at tho AmoricaA 1tO4i9fl
DDL n neat aisabuiiicl 1JUW4JJfl ft "c ': 4I -f fJ -.Sq tional Interest to the duc ment. : tbe dinner a, stid- [
proceedings
per ve hope ie will call npon sas; ,a, genilcman fldIr,1hu sJ&Ulewdi freeabl >person, aod; ,I __ U5; ;tr S point ia ***I* 'VP* ***O' ycr '
!GL- qrm .w s ,and w cAUj'wUhout doubt,gite such satisfaclioaM brim-full cftbst sort-"orpatrwtSsBi -whjdi is. w pg den iad4en sqnUJ'TV.Ud thefrokbe; l6rb dinV e w i4iQt4 aIi4|

-IEW.,: t.urpentunq WflS tluil ; may b ,aiked jriiboBt ubjeptln/ours lfto :much. needtd'fa tat Halls .CoDgrts American ComaiU&es fbrDaval County* river adjoining,wbkh Areatjntd.to be rather se* hta thanks forcic1JiO ttci lindri .

tbe cecesaity oXabatlng one jo> or iittle of Wtat -x-t >' '-i-iBOIIEARLy5rt The'following jatacil jfeaUemearoeniposoComoMeos .ibe. T.NbdthS effect ofsvisp ndlng furthcr.toaiuii< '*tkCt'I 1ft.

.. we w.; of t *,Am rican Party for fel tad;IeICbfI jM id tb =eup n th*crowd.d .wn.tpgcth ,
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'ty f 3- : :: t 1dttoIFlaiA al1'siii AsBoeoft syear bssajeaoe4 when [befe Pott OjteejtddraM is JaokaoAril U r by. Lthe strong is" MW ** f >* ** 4 !

mWticugb.4j d Dd at 4rerbteirdCome ttaey of c&s are. cceki9; *"?T"?*** r T v T& *t.- S i $Afe Vf* ws ortttHaof

& sd1 f hefrj.1i4DAaa >.-941haa! ;r i5; 1U1t XIUtTi5GO1 Theproviofooof Gi*dinner was Bo tj rortd itt ts vtf.i?' AB % p

iF };Klp t-eader,nowyou are as. Vhat we ii! (su Ioretre tu (gci th.iU4A tz i t lTa T a i ?TlirrilUJI ail "tepl .MMl'\hen9 l>cr prcsenfto pruU of W mS

tWo ntora yea our. thanks for_ your. ..," ; MId --JLA e. r it huudeI pIeS Hv j &r r _
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wuv and only utjIIUI ,|o encovrage, tbM4
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seet.ion or tUiku. character he far"sarpsssoB, tTiiese .- :; ,eai b. .: i B* P CTFULLY bib Ladies and 4 : 1.dpI4Juat .

t. coses to QS of the nalitks? togcthf f 9i.r ifee Hentt, '. '' < If." >>tltalluucu of JaetsoaTgiev'apd: the snr* .- r .% .* *.,_* -aUfT -"k-t- '.* L .
be Miss Murray"*Letters .- ... .'; IDJi. MMtrr. th$.ttw> have opened their, \ r -mWIBWc 4 J'. .
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strength ot the principles of 1cpar.ty: rcpreecats, Ilenha tb.IwtokMrLBrim.r .. ev and tea&tini stock of ana ,
growing IO, Bprinj gammers '\_ t G il'1.W."IM'., ; r '
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1tII ecc. : 'rrcsidcntiL1 ticket. suffrages of every true American:, TbeT"MEecordsofI3bUetots' ",dr:.aaShor.ol.. ': I WD GO ODS, fm d FLORlD"S ; : .. .
for bat the fol- 1..K thjj : -- "5 pro* ." --1
present -Then, Americans,let as all go Uargaret Maitlaad;by-tbe aatbor ofZaUes agO lug- fTe**;treat**c fand cure fJ- &' :
CXChflSIybielro'r Conquest ol Florida .beaddn --J ijJI.knetgind Checked :'! '7 $W&ID4 < 4 1
tsfrom our hard to work in the good cause and } by Irring, Cam-, '.. cf.eTcryAnn.ofdyats
$ ( TheSoogofBlawatha .,. 1,00 These ilalpiir. thr .' ?
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fcoate ctedliy
gjg : ic5i Iflc1and -v pronsseaa -
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) unmistakably how the fight out the battle nobly t.bravely TbeMytliofHiftwa* ,,CB-Sdwolcraft. 1 ; Silks. *seznai.rf't'tjf intereoarse,by SelT.boj or by sexual uusurpalaed to speed, safety,or, .
and successfully 1 III 1 1 Widow Bedot Papery -. :- .1 Chlliev; Silk and excess, with advice f>r tbevpreretttioa,wriMe*ia their passares id 50 to W hows,"84I 's -:

5 scwng. -. Spanowgras'*Papers.Alone .- '. 0 .' ,_. L c)1ntiUa Bleichcd and UnIria a familiar yle svdgsZfmedienl tethzilcabtes ed by sUl&l. AAI. aa4 .
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o.DWII1GS FOR FIWIOIeCf )IR YIWEIi1ISSO1rflL.I ;-Tbe Hiddeo-Path:each, .1' Vft and every thug that wonld 'offend the ear of oVeeacy tJepat stttdu -
Curaeung's Hgttters'XIfe amon* Elephaats faod .. linens, ; with an'ontTme of complaints incident to ZAUSI diNtrabi cuTysuQe 1If '

CQmf1)tn .I1dmdich the political divisions in Missouri other Wild Animals,is.Sooth Afica.iriUieoIortdillostratioM ..-, : Damask Table, Clot /iad Kap-; Femuefl, from "fhTe altof sucne twenty yta&saeessfitI n .!!. "I" t.a;!: !
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continue as< they now stand e' / :'J,50 practice,ertlasirtly eroted to ibo cart -,r.. .JI..It .
Vith -
3 not athfled ktori*,ur the World Orereomt,by Caz kinLB. E. Diae' L. C.Haekcr- of disea e bfVdtUcate'Qr prtratetoattre; F"\pELnBD..rJt. : :,'' *

i'Hctter of acceptance, III Fillmore is almost certain of getting line Cbeesebro', '.- jr .*. chiefs, Banqr Sak : To whid is added rreeijia for toe core elfbms thc t < ji4' --t '
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= that State.-Each Trimrof the Democratic ibuiieacsaid! a tzetiae os the 4'an' p.ymp. -kAMvt1: ,
/Its ,intention to sup1itD 1ltoJS"F: O ttrm. Silk Gloyes aa&itbod. and care of the Fever and jue.744asosy ; & : : ): 1'.
decl&rcs party has a.seperatp electoral aiid .7*. J- .
: Grass Sklrts kun And Pig'd. P.mer4 O.etre, is .1
; TTc quote ticket and both are in:favor of Bach- TbeBaBooaTraTelsbfBooeitM rryandhit ; ri .r.et11 I.. u j %" *_ Fens a4PMJsJ4za1i-nR. .. Wetfi.the VMke\.p 1._ .nfn
cvcc remain Friead Peter -. 1,00 -1 0 lUt.aBu. traw .uonncts -- -- "--- --------- ... ,.a. ... j- "I'r.
? and most Young *, by Party, eons JCU_ :. -The anthor of this work ooltke .
e arc anan. But as,the Know ,Nothings 'to,Gilbert Go-ahead by'rf7 It Oonders of '1 nr > '. '.. .
; shall give Silk Illusion'and B&cnets,Muslin majority thoA.who adirrtito.car*th ... .- .\
in principelt'e are'united they will no doubt poll of"Science or UOE&rSYLISotYonngflmnpbey disease*of which it treats,.b A cndoatv of.*| !- ._.. 7..&ktkat _;__ :44YlIE If
and Cambric Collars
to >..Fil1morebecanscvf Davy,ly Henry Uy- Edpcinga, the bed Colleges In the United&t U.,, Ita&ids < -.A 1

vcn- him to be the best man more Totes than cither thc'llcnton or hew, ,- ";* -. 1,00 Chimesetts and Sleeres, Artifil.. pleasure W rcornnnwnd bm|o.ttmabf", 4 PAYOR1flrEtK-- : ; .-..-.. ,
ldie e nnti.B ntqn factions and thus secure Cottage Architecture folly illustrated "00IrrinJt" or to tbeTfctaHipf.i alprmctice, as a soecesafol ;
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his Tabjt Net"ting
after re'ts Flowers and Hasqueto ; v '
rcSiC' Life of Washiarton.iB 8he4lkutou'sTMrty and experienced practitioar,in whose boner aadtolffritj ',. : '
ittbe the AS general come the State ,to Fillmore.Mn. Years Prefcotfa halt 1I.andtaany other Pars to raloablo btandsrd t sale. .. 'Jofc _11.'
Works r : S.LorcsaAM, D..
Tuesday evcnine can FILLHOBE. Tho Baltimore C. DREW and a large assortment. "Hosiery, s 1,0014. tr.oJirrd,g.,f. Pea*. t.a4w. ; :
0Zi "A 'Ocean Street, & &c. '&e v iW Aw.i-It .C R Q.lil
nor Pi
such EUpport without sac- 1 tf; > gives me ploMcre to add my ,
.ft h In Clipper says-'We have ion high July!. 1SS6.__:.; o. testimony to the pn fesional*ability(the Anthorof ; ..j
Jgoursc1f.l'CfpcctlS Whigs authority, that a member Congressfrom OIotJ1i g.. the *OIedleal,3f anoaL" Numerous ames of L. McexE'rxceMa.m "; '
]>erplcxiArties Southern Quarierly'Review.. ,. Ducase the ,Genital Organs, some of them of WILL resume her regular triM '( aon-
tberscnt yirginia, who has always acted lilt No.of the new Scries of tbe Southern Dress Costs Flannel Shirts I lontr sUndlnr, hare come uader:my notice, in leating, Soa&.Wttle em TVU .,

or political l we expect with the old. Democratic. rty, has TOE*.!.:.lADder its new change of Proprie do Pants. Negro do which his skill has been manifest in restoring to u. miL,at half past two 0.-'F.aOL \ .1
i our old friends WIll dif-stated that ten since had torah!!;TJt deiirery to subbea,3 3 I'aft .T n.tsand Cans, assorted perfect health in some eae where the patient bar erery TUE3IUY at tie same tkne stw wffl faft
day uc no .
J.t_for the --" "c.JREW'ju119,1 Slack aid Cravat, Shirts aud Cellars. -' been ctmaJmd LcyondAeOIcal aid .1 the trUl ** o *iH Picolata aad PU ft aD41
from U3 injudgemcnt as to hope of 3Ir. Fillmore's election in nun ; BOOTS JJVD SHOES. i DteotofBermnat weakneuev or disorrangeoxnt other landings oa the SC JJotesWr rTr :. .., .-fj
'
Ier nC4l. i t can- of the functions seIAabt STAGES connect at Ihe places 1t wd .;
produced
he laAj\ by or excess
to is Enameled flMu'sI3fico.ne
l'ur that State but at present he entirely ,
course Madaon ,and other.Interior towas.cf
of I dO'Dot.boW'. in the Animator, ,
Let if to F. C, KSJTT. L L rdot: oolored Tks do I dofine, rencry 'ntptnor pro-
Bat we arc Bf I ; .
tbe othc"i e. (confident his success. The, work da' lid do 'do Shoes A f%sion. i hare been acquainted with the AntLortome East and Middle Florida 8t Aujns ne and Tsop, t ,
Slippers, .
JOt '
aid to liiuivion! ATC bravely on." .BARRETT & ALEXANDER, I da silk Gaiters do Coagn Ga&trdo thirty yean,and deem it no more than justice oa tbe GaIr or. PaiiJb.t:
iceedcflt goes will lear
to him as well as kindness to the unfortunate vio Returning the CAROLI5A
'
the ; .
for WhoklilcaudItctatlDeal n in. kid Sbppera do > ; .j
candidate KJpBn aB
l.ct o'clock A M.Thursday mornm ,.PieoUl*at
at
the tint of early! indiscretion recommend him as 8 '
ltlitfC must write with From FeHnfrn1a.Corrcspon&ncc Ctroccrics Provisions Ncn Oils To- :luscs eord Oaitors, Tcmlhdo' : in whose dill and 11&o'clock Jmckjoarille oct FrWA7at.Jo"clocC ..
WO one prefimuonal integrity they 1
do Ixx A do Shoes aDd Boots ,
U ,
riaeDq, This 'eirtdto ( of tlu JV. Y. Express) lacco; '&c.&c. .tSJippcrs 1 Cro 1 may safely cou de thcmMlrcft. : A.U.reachinsr Charleston thai aigfet,,.MdiA.
earnestness. Segafs Liquors 1 ** tns. "
fT both 4.
:1nd
the New York steamers .
'* I IlLiRD'r.l1RE" :Atraro W XJDWA O, ir.D. with "yL' "
fr"nlDcSS PmsBtiRG June 27. 4 with of
do whatever concq eucc At the corner Store in A. 3[. nEJt .5'1: .'EDndiD': Topetier a large assortment This is,without cicrption. the most eompre- For freight engajpnents sad other-rtcuu- .

: in"free spccscUCOX. The Americans of this city were Price. *Loe J -.Terms'ci&I.ju1y5& . .' hecsire end int Iipible! ,work pabfehed the apply to W* ;JL LAWTftX A Wharft'JOIDi CIX .
Ldic\"c
ro1ol"! "e aroused toe sense of their duty by 11 CUTLERY doM of diseases of which it treats. Avoiding Agent Southern .
:7 BBOWARD. "
alt k-chnical terms it addresses itaclf to the reason 6
tnc pI1S the action of the two last Conventions IcOTICF.T hemofore GROCERIES, &c; of i its reader It is fire from all objectiouaLU jdyt.'Sft. -. J.ckso.rWl* ..
J'osmoS' be Copartnership existing under I PBrehssfrs! fiod it to their interest to call sinlcxxtaine matter, and no parent, howcrer tidious'can object :
COX.STOCKTONS and a general meeting of the firm, uam aDd slrle of Dunlop and Williams our Stock, at the CVrolina cnmer, before I to placing In the.bands of his. sons. The For Enterprise' ; 1 .

rnuIiL1RIL,Jane 2 7.C.Stockton's Americans opposed to the Dominations has this day been diasolred by L. IL Dunlop tvrrbasitjf else where. As we shall take great : author has dcrotai many years tu the treatment : 4 .. .,.

letter of acccjh held when resolutionswere failing to comply t with bis agreement.All rAeware in.trying to please all those who'may the,ouA complaint treated of, and with too_ aad :.fiIo1at' ;
was :
will not let the pereoBS arc hereby forewarned not to pay UT t sys--'l read endorsing the nomination I anT thing due.to the firm to L.IL Dunlop,nor to coMtpr, shall be promptly! attended to.Jick'sonrllle .. 'I impose, ho has oSlred to the worlo at the merely .. r-. .. .Teb'allnr.1111 :
Cion rode if my body can stop its of Millard Fillmore and A. J. Don- dfltrer anything,ralne to said Dunlop which; .July> &. 1S&& nvwianJ price of 25 cents,the fruit of some twenty _: St. .
adds 1 accept the.omntiou I is the property of the firm, as be is not authorizedto year*!'m (*t accea&lctictnJ&raU."Xq .- The, Steamer DARLtSGTOY Captala J&xw
oticni? lie : clson. Several enthusiastic speeches i rereire anything belonginjj to said firm. BROUGHT TO 'JAIL ,teacher or parent should'ha withoni the Baocr will Scare JaeksonT" cvuX.SatJlr r-. .

asa compliment to mv were made after which they adjourned Said Dunlop is not aathor.wd to o!! the firmname the ic'thinst, aXcgmXan about 25 or 25 knowledge imparted in tbls invaluable work. It morning at 9 o'clock arming-.same Usy, '

American senliments andIsa4tc.I : in any manner whatever after this date. I OX of ape,aDd about fire feet 6 or I inches would sure years fcf pain mortification and sorrow LcTing PaUtka o'clock Monday.arninfc4
eDbie to meet on Thursday next for the; am the only person authorized to manage or control Lit, he is owned bjr William S. Harris ofItaYtl ta) the youth, under their chr"-Jopi.. connection with the steamers Carolina and WeUkv
Americans ; says _
ore to those the business aforesaid AJsocat will reach Lake Monroe lame day. BtturauHB,' .
of organizing Fillmore and, County,Florida and sajshis name is Jalj. 4
their purpose C.\VILLIAJI3 clergyman Ia to will karo Enterprise at 5 o'clock Tuesday morath fc
to Irtsb7tcrtan Oliio.
adhered 1A writing-
nested forward
find The wwner or.owners are re j to come -
rIO f ? with the : bonelsqh Club. Hearty cheers were EJJ Xcws,please copy twice and aeod theaec't. ,prore property, pay all eharges and tike Kontcr's Medical UanoaT sayst-"' < aDdVaJatbat i o'ekxk.Wednesday. mrrninfcT. ,| >fr .

dterica2 sentiments ; cx- given for Fillmore and Donelson, 1 to t C. w. W.JulySthlSSS. him anI. or be will be deli with according to npoo tboaan$of our youth by enl example! and arrive at JacksonriQe same day. .r1" -" 4.
ntkrstandiuZ, however, that ] '(i.times) law *- floenee of the'passions, hare been led into the A. )l. REED,AKa! 4aITI I
Iss' be united when they dispersed. A. B. HOOANTH, habit of sdf-pollotiotx, without realizing'the san Jsly'Z K. B. RD.AZttFII"-. 1 : ..$;
ilt11e American Party can Your & Apothecary Hall and fcarfal thenftelrhs and their : .
A FILLMORE BOY. Jailor 1> C. consequences upon jirniotJTT OF ausrarx o" UuL14
st
Jillmore., on such a platform JacbOIlTiUe'Eo Pie, Jane 17, 18.6., posterity. The cunatitations of thousands who [ '
AND are raining Ctmilies bare, been cnf tal! if not i
nachnsctti. ACJUKJCT
as 1 HOT occupy I may be atliterty, Prom TEA DEPOSITORY ',jii-i-. c (;Illi; is my anUiorixedAgect, broken down,au4 tLey.do not know the cause or SOwrHNTTTT1XT .I
time thereafter, to "ithtlrawptmcc" (Correspondence of the.\: Y. Express.) L to whom persons hating buiinc swith me. the(. Anything that can be done so to enlighten ... LOTTERY' .
at tsj SPJUXOFIELD June 25. Removed to the New Store in Holme will please sppir. and influence the public mind as to check;and ,..-: of ,
t113 Building, opposite,Dr. Baldwin's JOILV S. SAUMI3. ultimately to remote this' source of nl5 LOTTERY b set op_Ute Earaa tlZffiofsimpLsuabirSbecuseitlSbCtiSTtO'd'- I -

I tell you Fillmore Stock is up Juiy9,1&C.t human wretchedness wonld confer r .the greatest I
I.VPTAXA. OlliceJacksonirille.7IIERE be the most easily understood a*well as&e taofthonoraLIe.
THE rBOSrECTIX blessing next to the refigiofl of Jesus Christ on
the fol- compared to what it was amonthago.There is kept t constantly'on band a Jar Dwuiu; Fluid. tb*present and com generation.' Intemperanceor \ '- : -: :.

The Veval Rneille gives is to be an American State V Y and well selected assortmeat of JUST 1'eC iTed. Burning Fluid at $1CO per ( the use of'intoxfcattn' drinks! though it has FOR JUNE .

l0ing1couraging report from Indi- Convention here on Thursday and Drug and Chemicals, ,-& the slain..thousand npoo tooasandiy-u not a greater ,. .
Always received by the latest arrivals, warranted APOTHECARY HALL scour'e to the human race. Accept toy thanks on CLASS"KILL co -4Wl .
w: S the Jlcpublicans are ing to go in- fresh and jreooine. Also June 2th.,1SG-t. JackaoDYille.FJ& bjehaa of the afflicted and, believe me,your coworker U s _

Jitk State Indiana there aretmtrthree to a truck and dicker with the Americans Perfumery, Comb*, Bruihes,-Soaps in the good work you are so actively p. IS'THE -: --
'W'X. A. G.McLEAN. BE DRAWN. CITJpM
American or Fillmore Lamp, Burning Fluid, & ., gaged m.n
.
so as to give the Natives the which will be sold !low for cash. Commissioned and Legally Qualified as tine copy.(securely enveloped) will be forwarded .C01IERY, ALABAMA, JTJOT. ,. 4 iI

repers. Five of these are dailies State Election, and to have the Country orders solicited and punctually attended Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for free of postage, td any part of the United : 12th 1856, :* a

aad tm ng this number are many of Americans unite with them on Presidential to. Physicians'prescriptions put up with care Doral Conntr_ States for 2i cents.;or six copies for$U Address WHEN. FRIZES, AMOUNTINGT:
(post paid) CO3DA-CU. Publishers or Box
and ,
of the Stat be found when its-services are desired .
tht lei journals 4espa.tcb.TEAS. "" '
gn affairs. MAT inquiry,at the store of S. 2f WUlians 1V8, 1'hiladelphia3T > J 60111 : .

Ve believe these papers to be strong Now for a body that can already Agent for the New York resin Tea Company.Teas or resilience of Jlr*." Whitney. Corner. liookseUen on the moat, Canvassers liberal terms.and Cooksupplied Agent; .
ktlielaith -not the crowith kind. of direct importation, and of 31 varieties, Adams and Horses Streets.JacksnariUe. win be distributed accord te ,
distanco- re5tasarol carry the State to go. into any su 1 10 from a %to 1 ft.in a package, all warranted&teztremely _and .JFla. July Stb,1S56mo' jtili,18G.; beautiful Scheme,'adopted at the express desirt oC t )
OifIneods at a mar arrangement is the height of folly. low'prices. ----- --I r DR. nOOFLL'ITS many patnms who prefer few anansm af isiffc- i

tlat Firroore tock is still ttf"Conntnr Dealers ,applied,by order Hooflands German Bitten superior to all Prizes to many chances si InsifBlfeaat an-e'I'" i. ',4
No in C&LUIATED
Indiana and thous- opposition this Staio against in?accompanied wit Cash* .. i preperauons now in use 10 .CAPITAL HLIEKSIII! ** t
in
gore par ; Mr. Fillmore will in the end amount UAKDEX FLOWER .SKEDS PLAHTS JACXSOX Loosianns Ao/f ISv 1854. ..QMABITTERS.riced we. '

.3s &of noble and true men will cast to for the old State also always kept on hand. j- Dear.Sir--I feel bound to azpress mjr gratification : Onlr Tea ThoBsandKOiEJiBiJt .NaberaC t

\1..11". 41. 't"nmnnr1_.. ,Ttnn.tfcoa ... ...anything- -, --.-- Bay Julytf T.JdnLLA to you fur.tbe incalculable benefit I Life doriTed -, by Dr. :C..JL Jackson., !-' .4 .. .
wnu IoMUVl.iI au. S4'4S' will certainly go for rillmorc. from tbe DH of two bottles of Tour German N :'120; Arch ifreet,1hffadclphia. f.111AJsd ,emery ins anwmtseach"
in November next. Jack! FftTX'LIVINGSTON, .Bitters. I hare funnd them to be all jca recoa- o Drawing and paid when.do* iffiTHOBZ' ,;

RtpubliCUli.i1Il is fast.dying out in Prom Rhode Island Af mend then to be,and cheerfully recommend them -WILL EFFECTUALLY CtifcEOV1R DISCOUNT- *" fl :,11'. '
ATTORNEY .LAW' to the public as a.o/V and tvr* remedy for the diseases CLASS, D'-
Y. MPLAIIi9
the JVV .
bdi&nL,and ere long tbe leaders of Correspondence. of Express.NEWPOBT {Office in Broward's Brick BaildLDg.J they intended for and superior to all prtpcrations .1 Priteof.......'15,000is7..;..%. |tS,$00

it Till l denj,that they ever belonged ,June 26th. J ack ont'illerE. Fla., now in use. Very rrspectfallr. T ur DYSPEPSIA. 1 do ........... ,OOO art'. .-....*.. 8 0* \ I
S The men of Rhode Island are organizing I retired from the- Probate office I U. OPI'ESnfeMER.Tie 1 do ............4,000are....*....... 4 00 .
iosachaportjl, and a'short I HAYING the practice of Law,in alt th; ; Hitters.are all they are represented Jaundice, Chronic or Ncrrcous Debility 1. d., .......... 4 00ar .. ..-..,..,eOO i S.' .'

LEETiiu for FILUCOKE Courts of the Eastern Circuit and in the Supreme I tobe.JACIiOit Disease of the Kidneys, and 1 do M......... OOOars... ..-...' f i v.
,AiHIUCAS) AT EASTON,PA. time.Edward Everett will :address Court at JacksoariUe also in the United SUtcs Loui.ttansAuJ.20 1834. diSordered 1 do ,........... 1,000 are. .-.... .v.M* I '_.'t
EASTOT, PA., Jane 2; 1S56. District Court at St.Augustine. having daring Dear Sir-I hare oed jour German Bitters and all. Diseases arising from a 1 do l.OO... 1tOI4t ;

;Americans held a mass meet-, them. E3j occcpanry of,the Probate office acquired considerable 'find them.1l they are represented U> be,and cheerfully Liver or Stomach: I do IIII"II1II llfleO ..."'rr..VlIoOO ; -

tuniTwnty with all matters relating! to reconuneaa them to the public as an excellent Iawar4 Nu. FaJIae 1 do -......... 1,000 ...,.../..-...
'iajia the square hero tins evening. J6S?" The Fillmore mass meeting the estates of minors and1 deceased perkons ;and mediciae Very. rtsnccifullr. ,yours, Blood Sbeh to a*the Cotutipation'Head, AcUity, the etomaeb,Nsarca to 1do ......... lXXXBrej..rfv lftfl* 'f .

]kror Goo. Fancy presided. Ecsckiioas -i tLe tteQlenirai ;fsccoiu bl Guardians and ..d- "\'.F..FAULKNER.Seeadrerthent. ftanbsraVv.turF od-Fufleess or Weijht tattie SO do ...-....... 400-....-;.. **.* T8999CO ..
I held Philadelphia on Wednesday miDGtr&to &;'r te'idcr iiyserTices"particuIarly tpcruns oi.t towach,8oar racUU ., tJiakiag or fl.uertsg at do .*..*.....,*00ar ...* ...';..; t x-
were passed condemning night July 2nd was Immensely atten baring business in that line. 1 will also the(Hl' toe.Btanacb, tfwioi qe(die IJetd,'Urn 4I do ........ S..... Ii.f..r ,- ,I.J
.&t Bunntr ..ACmOWLEDGEImNT.TnE'uudmJUOO rid sad Difficult ltreaUu r, Flurig ta.ueart, Prizes ,'
Ser outrage in strong tcnn3; stttnd Pensions, Land and to all bQxr ApproxltaatioB 5 :
ded. The it of CtwtilBt 9ftfan eatii) asaii po
Ledger was one (
.taving or the American platform says claims sgainst the Federal Corcromenf"eatrnitei } beg/ Jean to return their sm- tare,IK ABets of Tuioo,Dou ar WeN before the d.(tat, .4 Appro'x.Prizes of.... f!fMhft:;"u. '
the largest ever held in the city to c ; with promptness. _July. 9ly.Laborers I the.cit seoa of JacksonrilU Fever and dill Fain ia the lleaJ Drfickfirf of Ferspi- 4 do do .of.' .... .;..... :
1&tg4 1w tJ.n .JJ'11",1..1nh. ;.. Cnn_ --- ---. -- .. .. ._ tI. > '___ I ._ .& 4_Mr___m.9. k_ftflkl !..J V L k. t.M. _.Ai .A A. .A. .r. -' _- : '- J .i/
r- VV 1411s 9. ** AlAWAbA'U* XSVTt* and enthusiastic Stands I sad its THanrtjr,lor welT KJIWX psironafc, sine* l'.uOu'l"---i SS c.w 447" p 6. 4 .va.uv MC..M.V.- [
quite were fide baekebrtlimbffcc.eaa FI..tteseTU at.CemtM I do do ofi.... 25 P
sad to in- are.8W
. confidence in ia business bej
jaencemeot ,
;, cxprcscinff erected In various of the *\V llnt d. their laM'lub, eoetuat tmaiDfer of evtl.ud ." dodo' -. ..' --' *. ., '
: and parts quare, forms tlh m that they hare sold their entire stock. 4V va / .v--..;.; -. '

.Tnfoorc and Donelson, a deter- at which side meetings were organ WE will pay sereoty-fire(fT5) cents per day aDd 'CbastDtls"to Mr. 'Lewis JjeTj.and hope Ids veal.'Cne dapftuca proprtrtwr ortpirits.la esiaag ne attestkm of ite pBVOc tottU rf' t .

atiou..to stand by them. Theectzng ized. The ward clubs marched to asdbuard.cronedoUarper.dwitboutboard. atriekt attention win merit the continuance of prefMratioa,does JO with(eeba of the.tm*rt eoe- 180 Fnsuntinto.i.4.l! ;r ..
cntliUiiastic.fostu for Itborers work on the FLORIDA tbci patronage.Jn1. rabDee ia IIJa yjrtlleS cad a4a4a1Aoa&Q &e eascsfot > .
. vas large and the ground in procession, with music GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD. Payment to.be .t". i8-tt A.MODfi.t BRO. ..h1cb it 1a rccocalDCoiled. '. i Price of Ticket*: : ; .
Brooks spoke. made at tiMe end of eng thirty .'. Work to His BO fleW ana aotriad article but one ttiat has stoat Tickets. flO-Unl re* $3-.Q.izteus ia. ; .
transparencies, etc.Sheriff's the test of a ten years'trial before tin Americaa people, .
coameace, 'on tLe Cnl- day' of Jlarch next A Rare Chance and Its rcpvtatloa tad tale Uearivanetf by toy sinibupreparatkta I 1LU1"I.8W..u Agent*ndXan.ps -
A: .
i.)IILLtR CO"
&
KT The Washington rxuat. The itttttmmy it*fame gtrni fcftn i '.
corrcspon- OiSce,Jaeksqarille,E. Fla. feb7 tfmercnants nastpraaiia sad rcl known Phjvkiaa sad i. I---ai ,J.rOTJUC.I.&y. .- i :
tetof the N._ Y._ Journal_ ._. _.of Com.n ____- Sale. IS OFFERED TO ,A BLACKSMITHAND" diii1i1 IB Bit mm at the e.atvk iiieaat..mad a .Jubalnilla._ ..iJ .
IiaCt f The nomination.of Col. WILL be Bold! ia front cf.tbe Court-Home HoteL "IVIJEELWRIG lIT.T caroM persi4 or-tIHt AJnaaae;pvbOtaed asattaOy bjbatfatwfjr '1'1IOuS WZLSS and .J ii'Ynu; ;. 'T
gays *, in .the City of JsekttnriUe,on tb. tbeesti;cannot taeSBo t'.krpUeal that Sworn Comssnentosoperinetdtsebrsnig 5m ; ."tj
Fremont for the Presidency by the first llocday in Anrost next, within the legal JACKSOJfTJLLE E. 1TJL. subscriber offers for 'aale, his Shops and this remedy naUj tfeMmxt tke treat eelcbritj it"b*.* B. Letters couUiain mooey wilt ke'ine| .

prflican Convention, vas not nntspected boor&safeaiae*of isft! ,about the fbilowinjj t1fC tfiYC"ears uesroes,to or'and wit:Joan TIIE nnder ijfned her eat'e-in-aY'aiJ'hfmselt of; 'to the Lot depot 105 sod feet bnciue&s square reneraUj.;conveniently Can'Situated be par- obtained.Fnncipal OHce,sad' I1.lio. 9S Are":! ly attended to and cnnfldfnftai. '. ,.'. ,.-,. -:41:

;. but by the cooler and her tw6 childrena buy named fcUm about four opportunity ofof zwtifyin r hk friends chased with'or without tools on good terms. I"b1b4tlpWa,Fa. -- 'SLTfQER'S .." I"
sad tbe.:public generally, that bis is '
taer men of that party was mnch years of age aa4 Sarah* jfiH abit six month now fur the reception of oo s9 and I P.S. Has on hand Baggy waggon, 1 Cart 'rLOJ TESTD."OO': ALL persons i who'deaira toc tira ft\I&fJt4.J-. '-
Lei J Denser open pernuoent also lot KiT tTarr,Fla.,Feb.24,1853. bl. ,& .
* The old. CpoD a* the rffoperty Paid transient boarders by strict attention to buinesiand _l Pair wheels complete, a of wsvn.and'Inggy j.c&iu SIJ0F.1 .
ted. Buchanan men arc to atify sundry executions in mr hand io favor moderate charges to merit liberal apr:,also a quantity of ready.made Eo o..Ctr'm1. AJS- ooMtiMMsiaeel boasbtof a b'r r fatrpadrantsges ,-.Mb' .
be hopes, a wreck a> here a ce oC Genoaa Biorra. flat
fiotarprised by it,bat the Fillmore Xoble A. Hardee aad-Jsmes a Webb,Blsbee. share of public patronage.fcb work suitable fur Farmers and limber letters, jar beea arouw\with rferMigtSMttt jour *f the Liver,Wets ,sixes,iaiproTemenk;JII" \bf. 4. .\
-ricans dcrivctom Cannon Claries J. Patterson. Auith Duqbtr.CBIAII : 7-ly JOWl gOZEMAX Proprietor., all of which can- be. bonzfit.very low,call and see., er wiib File,and vainly poujbt a nn(mat a riicua. in; ,'means of fcracansg* B, .- it fresh cour- BQWDEJEbtoiffof July 9-tI JAS. AFAKMEK. I med tb Bitten,and 1 OOB(b a4 them ai a perfect ear, tlcular*-csn do so.by inlyiap&out.Sos :1 -

> Va,aI. NEW GOODS. I Bta>i.a reeat eta coop of bottles to MM nRerisifrkMU .: EEO4DWAT,.N.' =;, .
July t,. received and for sals as low as at fay General Broker g ,.. Uwy aba f
.
& JUST establishment this state by -4 undersigned is now prepared to serre the et* 'Twa. Fraai their reeaBnaexUiioo*U cut !L I"'k c.'. 1hr e.r'I'1Wt
i ruoti A A. THE era,I dad ery cue ot Bilters entirety eibanMeJ,aMISS .
'U.' ,Senators Adamsof 3Iiss. hasetr.edto Just Received July 9, 18q4. J.C.B&OST2 .- at We in his line of bosiness.He { qoirie*ror flMSi eoottaitU .I abomMtberrlbn pieasjed p.pctIs dcroUd eetirdy; to tie 8".is%
will attend to the sale of Negroes, Lands or Ia bare yon end a yotitjr imm'Ji ? the rank and file of thee PER --TVILLIAM UEATU."from 3Tew York Fresh: Arrivals. any other effjct'placed ia his charge. Letters ASTOMUUINO'EFFCUTlfr.UFTUEGeiMAX BIT- tos.lliaterrstetL-' > 4 .,"
.Market B&u.l 'a-tbvfeemnlity, inlibls addressed fur In1 rmatiou. will be promptly replied T5$.- cEanncATB qrOF DLW.a5MD'U. .1 Bb. psaNthdT5su.1 ii uk& ;
Puty. which he tcmporari- and Lilt JUbU, 10 JJbls c5u
3f l._ Thousands of others have Bun Aides Citron,Wuroeatenbirc 8ocerLcai 10'r.\ (5Ti5bls. Flour and others"reader.:it nanecessarr to append references. DrC.4.Jseka4.Pha..Veu8Lr Lt1Aacu4J4.$ .taavetoeaankjeet of them beaJdeanatacroBS I iafrings nnit of. j.4pateet&ofwbith

4 'e or ill do the Crackers Ac.Ac.BARRETT ;! BENJAMIN UO& LINS.Jacksonyrne ./lyp..pAa, I.LEa worst fcrm,for &lie tan.vs I 4w... tMitetgrtboinlringtmeat .'w"
same thing. In & jLLEXiXDEILJnlS.lSSS. 11'.". 25: Whiskey; 1r't.h. 18.-t _. jr.motac $IlCk.. .y.od los. twelve.that i of oar MtevUharvHewHly.,

e1PPI! ve arc happy to sec Rat- 10 If Pork'. :, "_ -. t'.j enf' ,nnl rntt .pbrviciaat-a 4. srt rwfco. *aw.awsaU_ _.saMt dw.tUV :I decided. L1 ia oar*fcror* lath.I *U.S.Gr. 0|1.Co._rteta_ 1 ;
ttOn ---- -- t"iUb IS 11II. CS'U a ".J -' w.- tew.J orK ana new Jersey1* :.;. 4 ...'
meetings heW and called all 6 Casks Bacon ; BountLafl&Wazranfs1aLWU oIaua ia yArgnla,.Taase sad CantfiM,bot Lgreat principle of baidiag,dowa. .., .- ,
-the State. WILLIAMS & CO. .'- i w_sot kstne4 by say water to vMeto 1 was C ,1
At the Woodford Oar Motto is profits andqnfck-Sales. ; U'MJ on iwy wy bn-I stopped a wed at Katscrferd* tfTt t-r fH surface tf His mtMrint.preAKire b ay----g < {4

.aeoting, recently held Hon. L. K. ,P.DS"m -UAJ'JIj ? "FlUSBRJ. taa a nnaU vU a( la Nortft Caronaa a>try tb.effect.( ,which iaased }jsatt&w. .
' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL _Jujj3th-tL A. n BUSS. ... L.. : a1it.t' ianeCaarWat.witt la that pIace.t Abooi UM IMI. Us been Aliy establiahed ..Tte WkWW W9. _.
!Jer'was called to the'chair, and ..- tlM week I west Ial0 a drn storaia fet stwe HMUeiw .I son,and the Orar .:Baker.wfar'D-i..1 '.:
_ ;1.cGchce PilfisHil All &&lltEIY'IEWIS Report on Spermatorrhoea 'HERRINGPatent i tt-I d tad IDJRIL Then wets..vers5 et'itt .we ....,. 'r1." .. ,.
appointed Secretary.ft TCHT Published br tW Iloward Association, tam fl riic a.la iM stort,sa4 ass el UKBL acso4 m owned by us. We hare saitaaninstttaB tastr* '
* .\V. Ford John M. Dcloacn JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. J_ Philadelj>iia..*Repurt oa Spcrmatorbos, Champion Fire aad Bcut' _d .. tAo.one laterest la sajr cue,and after ukla{a...oaeJe. ..raI.tthsU&CourwbithwibsMs&Wi "1.
'Weakness" KOOPJSAFES. .,. i4 be Sad bees a > rpiieaa been
or Eeninal Impotence' the flea ofOnaxnizz qo dy i pal'J '
fitl:er, wn. B. Davis and July', 165*. .I ,K Masturbahoa orjJelf-Abwe, and other great raanZfeiited- by the public" U' ly benentud tko lUll of"Di.Ho. la 4H Carau BH- hereby eanuoo.,,the pehticaot rta boy aoy>fa ifriopajc .
JdachiiMS, as they eatf bo *Ued by .
THE ,sad be lk4Ihi I we&d cMOf
tenprepared by fOIl vy '
IIO."Ilodney, were a Committee Admiiiifitrator's Kotlce.FOCS Diseases of the Sexnat 1 OrgaM, wit an account more BeVfcet security frora Firator the II. eebo.eaUe.I tb. next dajt at--. -' law to stop slug Itooy and to fay Bftsti aad daaages. -
. the errors aid deception of Vnacks,and valuable valuable such u JSoad&Mortsges,Deeds,4ICotea.
papem and incteted so tnach that would try Ike* thai f uSed \
$ lUtionL
't L. D. Brewer pro- weeks after date I ahaIJ aly to the adrieeto th* afflicted'by Ceo R CaUawD'KD. .aad Books of Ae*J*nL tbaa rtha ordinary sii.get ale one. lted4It sad leommne+tUfciBf VST Locai&I'e" ;waotMM _01'

I1-4la very stirring address and IL fiepkias,Judge' of the Court of Pro.bale'for Cocfcal\DzvSttrjjoon of the Asociatk.aheoero &Iea heretour laLbad alirded induced au UM 4inreted,aad I 4.tjrJ WM Mf be eaoedkjit DP'Oncliew;a20penoupt. \
Uvral County,fur an order to sell the and oedida f Did Ukra.' .
lent InsUtatioa established ly special endowment Subscribers denote Iarg portioii4>f time thai alTthe water s* cyst .
1kfellowed by W. J. Keller. CotDr. Blares and so nmcb a the Jleal :.Estate of John for the relief of the:sick and .distressed.afiicted .. atteatioa during tbv putjHrU .n Alter rtaefcoit h .*t.*;>!er._ "fS"? oIiofbrapicsept1ca.MWd1IiehI.a quiliaed.fortfe preElabUaadpleaaaat ,a raze "ia oI.'let_ ? (

,rl\atchcz und .H.W.TLr Lewis,late of said County,deceased as will pay with Viruktit aid Epidemic Diseases/* 4_4.._..a91'WI sadtbej dpp441eI J aedi New sad itniilnjinsat acbis.eeaI14 .- :
seed an tall RKvra Lbad left web effcetrdmeiiaa4reaiea iaiproTad -
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.r the jttst and lawful debts of said estate.AXDUEW A of this will be a' Zeare.tAssor' their numer.ufriends rive ? t
copy Report seubynaliu DOW bet .tHaXfr aa called aa a*toe eral teros far oU aaaeaiaea of oxsw iriaaV *s ..
D. LEWIS,Adr. sealed envelope,)free of charre, OB tk.receipt of ,sad&.public praeraHy.;thai ir.ek nor of ibe now kind of nedicia.,b*was- .1*..MH Ciifc A.-.. -S -
DvJ.FS&znzzsoihzAtty.intact.jiy.156. two stamp!(or"' postage. Address Pr. CEO. R.CALUOUX have been vcr wud,WUb,coa leU ..ea, ,aad 'ftndbyftthaaaycthetbs aIt _.HI J., Principal"Ofice,333-'- Broadw ''..r*.. .
UlLLAirD flLLO1Z.fl'7.Il.i.vs. ri Bt Worl s .bees Pw togit uy.nuts foe bla..w.d..lscsa } Jtall'.M -. r. ..
... thttrn _. e .___ -- ; Pair Premium Rr,Proof.."as the f&k ,.'pla4l.a .usoQ.J ". .

.. : .tl--Ainencan- S4 4.W4j man 'all JIS1w ,,-over.-_ I ,dHdalstratdrB.. NoUce.I .' _'Jaytb1s&-t. : ii.n.I s&r*_Tn!WOLP l:1UTDnI bIejw7 ;, ;,rPw. :Jrr. IIJf l&.t 'W. k. : .11."." '. ""'

. I,WO oaths after date the subscriber.drain- Tbwe Attrrsar*sanaatT PN't6ka awiaa tee. Ji'1
NOTICE ? -. (4 .AVAtb Jla.ua ATniWorld's ?*t .
: 'wnhi.1fl all ius ner atl1&hI -I''IA ,htrotb.E.taUobs Lewie deceas ialaMoa teftfie.,..."'fioc sate by etrydnQi ad v. -rM
S I WEBRB after dst.w.will mik's'applc.. JftUr; *'Laudou,1UI, allMlfIIutr. -4 jC ..
his I ed,will pie.ctitjsis. accounts and Touchers to'801i. SIT 'tan ki'ep r tli3tdq4 .8. 1 r .
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princiJ & DIo. Uocorablo Jodg of Probates I. )1A.iJI NeW'Y' k18101. .
thoughts ill and I B.llvpkjBfc.Ja&e of I'robale. for the' .ouJatloIDIT ': of Xasaaa Coaaty. for fottersr Admi&istraU, !'Ass.'ii.ntofl others" It i BowBt>4oa4tdIr l'--lP T.MaMILJi4Ntj .' Wholeale. andReW, l'IP Ki.g".i .
efC5t k. oe.ADREW'A, L.J.Bogan late of said I tatiuad-toibat .ti aed secured 'wtb fjljr; ;' a. oil 4 .' .
: Uha5 thegoocraathC L -" -' LEWIS..ib, :'c J ; / "*'coroty' ;., twrs"iPMrd aap r j.6 .(, I .+ ? o.t ", .., _;
I By-*,K..._OIL Wa .in Uci..weeks 44M'1XOROE i ,,, .U'" h.: i''S'.j 1 ,-a
Jtiy the ,
ls ., D.RAOIYJ Jj was awarded Jl 4ila aft-Ahett)fenos most ;: e. Mi : -
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& .'.c: : ;3 JOHN kI.B1.11101L4.xmaicaAlseco.Fd f, perfect.F rjtaPsoo1a..8 .EIL Ii
: aotkwig bat, few ceaaUaas.ff ,. '; I 0Lr.4 : 'j, .. "-.. '. .w.OA1HIJ Ktw:;.' .-"Ju. reGI" ,. P -
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, .Ml ej s 'aa.'Order to-aeH ib.1mpe. aa. 'TBIRTT a ; I" 'to'l ;.'.Ie....:u4,. '_y M., Paailel._ ::.' I'I u'j'4' : -k;. -. .. .. .IIL -.. .. .
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be Inserted at the.following cency J with an coaplaiais CIOIrf't7IaeItt x.y s
.IlUCTION.I1ND.: : : ,COMMlSSIOh. -t.: rllD&l ; fruit i the remit of son twenty .' Cahill Passage,_... ....-

Be1 per'square'of twelve line) for the 1erc1iati. ___ .cessfol ., eaoJoslvelv devoted to the curt se.cn.1'UM..j '.."_..

*nt, aad Seventy-Ftre. Cents for every.nbseqoenttesertton Prompt S .attention ..will .be given to all sale : S Of disease of a delicate o* private nature. _". J4tBAnit .
which i added receipt for tho cure of the
To yearly Advertisers allberal discount entrusted to our'care.Jicbouytlle ., To *
Wfilbe made. All transient adrertiseoents (ex. ,July, iw .' .:.lyXMat I : aboTe dilemMa;sad ft tissUes on the caoses,1J1D. ,
cent by pcrtonthaving a running accooat with the tome nd eon of aM Fever and. july.,183& IZB '.
I o .)Intft be paid for previous to publication.k !ftd.: : splcttdidL. Hotel, : T ttlMlty fTA PN"- OMdrtc l.PIA"

I l'B .at a distance can govern their remittanpubbabed : ',THE MILLS HOUSE : Plll4dilp--Bnna'x. .For Flori, .
..abertlr by the foflawteg 1' I. ; reAL )un2u"-Tbe author of this work, unlike
: Oos aqsrs.(twelvi Jine). BItMU.1C. lit t1IlMMr o/M.e Af and QtuI3 : the majority of those who adTertfle to ettre the 1IIk' fa ti 14 31 ,.

.. .k.***..*.,.........<*..... sixIto 00 SlrHt4, LZ diseases ef which U treaU !I. *graduate of one of P..Ito ,
,Two snares, for aix months.;...:* "15 00 C8 k\ iu'fli ets C d tra.5It c.. the beat Colleges in the'United States. 'It aflford
; LepJ lid other Bosincss Cards per*n. Adfur4.hed i* a tfU soc ttoeedtd* f W flJD..: me pleasure. to ncommeod him to the unfortunate, FATORITX S1AiCAItOLT

._*...*....*.................... 10 on ctyeffto Tort, contl ittt open f receptwmf.Boa.rJ or to the victim of malpractice as anincceMAil
I Kotio to debtors and ereditors......'. 7 00 rs cad'IM NIcEEso1c. I and practitioner, in whose honor and

I A aUon for letters administration, ,5 00 .T. 8.. -. .- 'a integrity they may place thegreatest confidence.
11_of'Application.for dismissal asmtor July.,' 4. : Pr rittor. : ksonville4.EaSflori4a. 5- JO<.' s. JX>XO8HAU; )I. D.

JL.-.i. : ;:....;.........*... ... 10 00 1 .. Ioes.. WWiwrrf JT. 2?.J'tM.Cfr.ttyt -
pior SAnoevoement of candidates i.for of-t CALL k FIMuirn' ,, haTiu < House again, would respectfully aik his old friends and the JPAUaMpMa gina me pleasure to add my

> v W TXOBN.EY; -.iiT LAW TUB %him a eaFsTbe U determined not to(e excelled by aa,. The Western SUge testimony to the professional ability the Author !
1ilib made unless the same Jeans this House soon after tb Savannat alld Charleston Itoats arrive. There is a rood Livery Su- of tho "Medical Jlanoal." Numerous eases of L. hf. COXETTER,c.W -, ,

I be accompanied with the amount charged. lACKSO ILLE.FLORIDA. bl':tt&ehed tbel1oule !and we. SAM'L. BUFFlNGT05JPropnetor.Jacksonville. . Disease of tbe Genital Organs some of them of ILL resum.l1cpt'trw! ,.. ,
Editorial notices for prirate benefit will be charged 0 18 6. 185 S. standing i hare come under in notice in by leaving Sooth
July .Ja119, Jong j
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WV s.u w&-i Lb4U V- ff Ul ju M**.AUI I" IU' WULLVb Ui IVJIU MD - -- PU'IWQ.$
and notices wOlrraUs. .J, F. Sanderson, in where 1 liar every TUKHDA at ,p.
Obituary, ifarrisge perfect health some case the patient tj3 _. .
.TTOWfEr AND. COUXBELLQB JIT LAW, HpGC3: been considered beyond medical aid. In the trtatmentof for Jacksonville, PieoUta and PWa. -
No communications Inserted unless'! actompan- : weaknesses, or disarrangement other landings on the SC J baa KMT* .-.
W b, *-*.ABtbOr'.A fQ D1has=1JD. tulnC8a of the functions produced by self-Abuse or excess STAGES connect, at the. ..*
AU Job r''te paid for on ddimy. 1 Jacksonville July, IP ." '. tf of I do not know hut tvtxriar in the pro Alligator, Madison and otfie "

S NEW FALL AM WINTER GOOIiC1ieEE TeDeI'1i bare been acquainted with tbe Author East and 'Middle ,St.1ig.. ,
PLATFORM OP TIlE AMERICAN PARTY, JOHN W. PRICE .- sonw thirty yeans and deem it no more than justice do tbe Gulf of Mexico. .r. -,

JLiopUd at tb &uio cjT tit National OauncU ATrOmiEY.AND. COUXCELLOR.AT LAW, to hinus well as kindness to tbe unfortunate victim Returning CAROLI5A riJ _
Kbnuaj iltt 185G. Jacksonville, Florida bl ofearly indiscretion, to recommend him as at8 o'clock A. 1L.Thursday av

'- IlL An bumble acknowledgment to Ike Supreme practice 'in the Eastrcn Circuit of .) for task Long Credits one in whose professional skill and integrity they 11 o'clock, and Jacksonville en Frid r.a i'

Being for His'protecting care.-reuchsafed to our WILL and the Counties of.Chari ton /AT"BURTON' may safely confide themselves A.If.reaching Charleston that ..
kthers in their successful Rerolntionarj struggle and Camden Georgia. July, '66. & ArisEn WOOOWABP, If. IX with the New V rk stoamm baForEnterpri nI"p
saiUtherto manifested to us, their descendants GRAVES, < "This fs,without exception the most compre- Fur freight sugigemea. tS&adodsir"
in the preserration of the liberties, the. independence James BLBakerITTORXEYJ2T' hcnsite and intelligible work published on the appl110 W. K.L1WTOJ A
ud the Union of these States. ./ M1W No 3 SA1IMIS' BLOck I Y'STREET.TACKSONVILLE. class of diseases of whkh it treat Avoiding Agents
all technical terms, it addresses itcf If to the reason JolL,
Sd.'The perpetuation of the Federal Union, as ALUO.IT02, COLUMBIA OOOXTT, EAST rLOBIDA. BUW4&&D,1lslt
the pril dt" of our ctril and religious liberties, July 9, '56.x. ,PIJE Sabscribcrs bare just received a< assortment of New Gpols, at their new store which of its readers. It is free from all objectionable july 9.'M .JactRsl.,1h
matter and however object
) tad foe only.sure* bulwark- of American Independence. WHIT SMITH. M. A. CAUBUTH. .J. for cash tte-y wUl sell as cheap as otlLr house in tho country. They have adopted the principle to,placing no parent it in the bands of fastidious his sons.can The -
I of "ima&tvojH and andfpvite attention of the to an examination of *.
public
quiet rUrM? ( the '
author has devoted to tho treatment
Id. Americans must rule America and to. this SMITH & CARRUTH many years
their stock before purchasing elsewhere. In U'fi11.be found the following with many other articles
the various complaints treated and with and
of too
,
iatM
cad natire-born citizens should be selected for all lill
tfTTOllNEYS .11''T LJ1W too numerous to mention: littlo breath to and too little
State,Federal and municipal offices or government putt prt nmption to -e Landiajj

r J1DCD"'in preference to.all others: nevertheless .I Alligator, East Florida.. Dry :Goods.,. impose, he has offered to the world, at tho merely __ SL 91 Qe
July 9, 56. Joints GmjrhataH, Checks, LIneaas. I nominal price of 25 cents the trait of some twentyyears' lou''
4th. Persons born American parents residing .Jaconcfc., Grenadines, JUre', Oro Ths RhIne SHb, moet successful practicc.'VYfToi"No /. Tbe Steamer DAnUXOTOS eaw.l_
temporarily abroad, should be entitled to all the & Fraser FlorencoSilk, lllosioo, CamCnc ltobincts teacher or parent should be without the I Daocc will loire Jacksoaville, 1Tff1
rights of natire-born citizens; but Conner Lawnsi Mnslhs Ue Lames, Crape, l knowledge imparted in this invaluable work. It morning at 8 o'clock arriving frbttiisiiit
I 6th..No person should be selected for politicalstation Crania S Hosiery, Spool Cotton Cords would save years of pain,mortification and sorrow Leaving PaLttka J o'clock Mousy storM .
(whether of./'natiTe or foreign birth.) whorecognizes FACTORS CJrass Skirts, OlUlaburghs, Brown Stettin* lfleached Sheeting. to the youth, under their charge."- 'op', connection with the atcamers Caroh as4 fi

any allegiance or obligation of an/description AND Ticking, )'laid ,. 'ltrijvs- Drills, 4dcorrzi. will reach Lake Uoaroe same "1. Ictn
S to any foreign prince,potentate or power fIUlltuito Nets, Ribbons Hraidi i 8Uym* "ebbi n?, I A Pre byterita sjergyman In Ohio writing to will leave Enterprise at 3 o'clock fm,in Z?
or who refuses to recognize the Foderal and State Commission ,Merc ants, Whale Bone lookand Erts, .Edzinr. and, .lnscrfu )1!'..s.. -. "1[an tcr's Medical Mannar!, *7"*r?1 TtoooiKU"bpon aDd PaUlka at e/dotk Wedandsy uSJjarrivt
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., (each within its sphere,) as para, "' Linen Cambric Ua.ndkcn"idll k"Aej' ;..l.. -- & thousands of our youth, by nil example and at.IacboaTiUeumt day. .
mount to all other laws as rules political action. BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.. : I influence of.the passions have been led into the A. M. REED, tatJ..i..1
; 6th. The unqualified recognition and maintenance w., ACDLBT CODPKR.] fJxo. Cocr a FBASKB.J3f JBootsW J Shoes.. habJTof self-pollution without realizing the sin jnty9/gd R.BR 1U,&a&hI.Ik
of the reaenrcd rights of the screral States, *Produce., of every description sold tm Ladies Black / ilk Cotiffns Uaitcrs lien's Fine IlooL, and fearful consequences upon themsd vhs and their
and the cultivation of harmony and fraternal good Commission colored Ties, 't t 1 '' "'.'.JI .'****, < pc tcritl'. The constitutions of thousands who [BY ACTUOUTT or TUB STATS or ALwaif

,.ilh1itvn tiNt _:tiun_ f.r IKoA.Ani.1 SLaiz s.,and July 9., 55 Fio.EoJtlisb Kid slippers' -.. ft KID ". are rainiiKT fkmiltes have been enfebled if not ______e T __ _-____ _. ,
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to this end, noa-interference by Congress with JO.StlPIf GlltCE, If French :" -S 4' Slippers, I broken down,and they do not know the cause or tjuu'J.'W.tm: JI1.UAl'l'AAI' jgiS
I' 14 (lost Iiukin "* and Shoes I the cure. Anything that can be done to 'S
questions appertaining solely to the individual General Commission Merchant VT'v Enameled Fancy so enlighten LOTTERY.TIllS
btates, and noo4nterrention by each State with SO WATER ST. NEW YORK. u M Kid If S,) 'Cloth tipped Gaiters and influence the public mind as to cheek,and .
.2 .e Kid Ties Lasting Congress to remove this of LOTTERY ia set. M ts.Harts
the. affairs of an v ogier State. STRICT and prompt attention given to the scale ol Gaiters ultimately widespread source I p *.
.-!recognition of the right of the native-born all articles of produce entrusted to his Enameled Boots, S ** Leather tipped -.". human,wretchedness would confer the greatest :. ambers, became it is .It
care, Misses' Tarodi Boots Tooth Broeau next to the religion of Jesus be the most easily understood u well
mad naturalized citizenof the United Stated, per- and all orders promptly complied with. blessing Christ oa M.ftix*
Kuaneotiy residing in any Territory thereof, to July 956 tf Bop. Shuea call lirogans, the pre t and coming generation. Intemperance
frame their: constitution and laws,and to regulate S Chitdren"Shoes, a large t.Ck, &. &. (or the use of intoxicating drinks]}) though it ha* honorable.FOR JUNE

their domestic and social affairs in their own mode -. .II 01* MISS, Jflals'jr Caps. I slain thousands upon thousand, is not a greater ,
aubject only to the provisions of the Federal Constitution General Commission Merchant .t' ;scourge to the human race. Accept my thanks on CLASS D.
A good assortment comprising Hens Leghorn-:, Panama Mraw., Palm Leaf Ifool, Felt,and 'r&do behalf of the and believe
with the privilege of admission into the 100 WALL ST., NEw YORK, afflicted me,your coworker .
Union whenever they have the requisite population, WILL nay particular attention to sales of Yellow Awake Data together with. Children Hats sad Bloomers. in the gooArork you are so actively egaged LnutI $
for one Representative in Congress. Provided olWxry Pine Lumber, Live Oak,and other Southern # Saddler;; in J* WILL BE DRAWS,DC Till CUT J

V ,that none but those who are citizens of the Timber and Produce; and to orders for purchasing A well selected ,iloct sutable to tbe dTuiand of the marl L One copy (securely enveloped)will be forward gODBY; AUB11CI.. JCTI
'United States, under' the constitution and laws Merchandise. July 9, 6$. ed, free of postage, to any part of the UnitedStates 12th "
thereof and who have a fixed residence in any S S It rdware- for K cent, or six copies fur 1. Address 1856, 5

such Territory,ought to participate in tbe forma DENTAL NOTICE, .Hollow Ware Knives Forks& Carvers,, Pocket Knin Butcher A Shoe Knircj (post paid) COS1) X A CO,. Publishers or Box. .WmK PRIZES AMOUNT ,Tt

ton of tbe constitution,or in tbe enactment of laws II. BOSTTYICIC-Would respectfullvin- .Kaiors. Scissor, Brushes Spoons, t" Anting Balances, tbtton kids, Bellows m. Philadelphia.! ,
for said Territory or State. W. form the citizens of Jacksonville and its tofleellill*, Cliains, ROpe, ? ail, llutls Hook& Hinges, J:tf" Bookseller, Canvassers and Book Agents* ,S 61,11

8th. An enforcement of the principle that no vicinity, that, having opened an office on Forsyth Acrews, Files, Tacks, Bolts Locks, .Jlooks A Alaplcs, Window lop*, supplied on the most liberal terms Wilt '
f be di.ltI buted
State or Territory t to admit others than citizens street will attend to all broaches of Dentistry, in Powder Shot Toad, Percuss-on ttps Abodes, Axes Augers .Saws ]uljrv,185g.DK.. aecorduif I*0.MwW
of the UnitedStates; to the right of suffrage, the most approved and carefulf &nner.KTNerve Drawing Knives, '- Plane Gouges, Spirit. ; .Squares, Boles T beautiful Scheme.adopted at&h expna.<
1 orofholdingpoliticaloffice.. *of aching teeth destroyed without CUrpentcv's $aadi Tuolu, Chwb, Tap llorers; &! Ac. 1100 FLtND'S many ,trvnf,who-prefer afcwFrhea. ...

tth. A change in the lairs o( naturalization, ,.in: Julr9.5!- *f AIM WOOf WARJ such as Bnclets Booms Pails Axe Helves Ac. S CELEBRATED to many chances athwifiiScaal SML
making continued residence of twenty-one yean .Books A* Stationery. 10 CAHTAL r'1.ur!$!
GERMAN
BITTERS .
of all not ..hereinbefore provided for De Waal gel-
requisite for citizenship hereafter, an,and iodispenaable exclud-- Charles Blank Books, Fools dp and Letter Paper,pencils, Wafers Pens, dealing If ax, Blank Books, Only Ten Thousand NUab.,1I
Jag all paupers, and,persons convicted of crime with a selection of School Books Standard lf"ork and light reading. Prepared by Dr. C. 31. Jackson, I
from lauding shores but AUCT'1ONEIiRZAOKSONVILLE' Groceries A* ProvisioJISA No 120 Arch street ADd REMIMBerery fA .II
upon our ; no interference ,: Philadelphia..
each and when CtDI:5"Ou
Drawing
paid
t4 with .
the
vested rights of foreigners.10th. full aAsortinentofk'amfly Groceries j Hanv Bacon, Jork, Lard Best Tongue, Mackerel, WILL ErPECTUALLT CURB I r S S
Opposition to any union between Church E. F. Potatoes; Beans Flour, Bread, Crackers, Ac. Ac. tCLASS
sd State; no interference with religious faitb'or SALES in any part f.the County attended to. LIVER COX1PLA1MT D.

worship, and nortest oaths for office.llth. (ulJ1IOlicited.Goods Wines tfljiguors.Fine ,. :1 PRz of...........115,000 ie....*..fkVM
Free and thorough investigation into any sent to the subscriber on commission, ci- Old 'Brand/, 'New IFhiakey, BourUn JKhiskey, Eectifled. and Cbmmon Unbkey -}DYSPEPSIA. 1 do ...........6 0uOare....._.* M
and all alleged abuses ot-public functionaries and they forprivate or auction disposal, will be quickly Champagne, .Madcirt and Port "Wines /ychnsfpa/Ac Ac. Jaundice Chronic 1 do ......,.-...c.nooll'l.) ......... 4JJ
a strict economy in public expenditure attended to and amounts speedily lbrnrde& The S Fancy ftooils. or Ncrrcous. Debility : 1 do ........ t,00G.,..t.

S 12th. The maintenance and enforcement of all 8ubacriber has been mown in this community fc Disease of tho Kidneys, and 1 do ..i.......*,O00 ars.........-. V*
laws constitutionally enacted until said laws shall a nwnber of years as Auctioneer and otherwise. Perfumery; Soaps; Tooth, Jfcil 'and Hair Bjusbes;Dressing Comb*; Iiooking- !Uasses Ac. all Diseases 1 do ........... ljWOsrt...-,..W;
be repealed shall be declared null.and void by lIe offers no'recommendations, bat desire that inquIries The above which enumerates but comparatively few article of our present stock, we offer to attract arising from a disordered 1 do ........... l, OOar*,....*..*. M"
Competent judicial authority.. should be made concerning bimself anj the attention of the public, trusting thai Jhose who.may be induced to call upon us by it will nave,no Liver or Stomach: 1 do ............J'OOOJ.Jt|

1& ,.Opposition to the reckless and unwise pol. commercial house at tho place of bis residence.He reason, to.rrgret. the same. _JaIl fI,'aa._ Sheh as Con tipatlo. Inward rites, raUaent iff 1 doi........... 1,000 si'i......,, W*
icy .of.(he, present administration in tbe general : can be found on Bay Street, next to Apothecary Blood to the Head, Acidity t ( the $iunacbaissea :1 do *.u.<....' lOWaiti..*,....**L g

nanagement Of our national affairs, and more esciafly Hall where will be found a largo stock of WATCHES JEWELRY SILVER WARE Hartbura, Db wt for Food, .Ilae.. or Weight ia the SO do .......... 4dOar*....>.i w,* 1
!* as shown in removing Americans(by designation Family Groceries and Provision,Shoes,Dry Goods ;. towacb.Soar Eractaiioa, 8iakii( or PItiMte at 60 do .... SOt '.... *.**.t!
) and conservatives from office Ac. which will be offered on as reasonable terms thepitortbe Stomach, : .
principle *h. wmea1agothetiead, liar SO do ..... 200 art...........,1usApprozlmatl.a "
and placing foreigners and ultraists in their as they can be obtained any where else, for cash AND ned aid Diflievlt Breataiiif, rtattrriBj of the Utart Yi k.
places; as shown in a truckling to and country produce. Jboklng or Sa0bcaUa eaaaiion when la a lying po-
she stronger and an insolent and subserviency july 9, i. CHARLES DE WAAL. FancyGoods. tore,Uinneas of vUk>a, Dots of Webs Were the ti fat, 4, Appro x.;.Prizes of.... 1 1I"t..,...
cowardJy.brna40
towards the'weaker ..1 i Fever and dull rata la the lie*!,Drfi icaey of P.r,- 4 do .do of'..._ llOaN..i..0S
powers r as shown .in reopening' raflonyellownmot tbeHkia and Kjr',raia ia te14e 4 dodo of.... .w Itt. ._ 0
sectional agitation, by the repeal of the 'Livery Stable. cJEC: "jL..C-C- I backCheatftvnbs&e.aJ4e FU be of H at. I '.
Missouri : I II 5 do' do. of...., ss an
Compromise; as shown in granting tosnathrslized BnraiAf la tbe Fi *b, eoastant imaiaiB*..rsriisaJgreat
fotMgpers the right of suffrage in I THE subscriber will keep constantly on band a, JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLORIDA, deprtMio of ptriu. 20 '4ki rfo of.._ to- v.- ., ,_
Kansas ansi Nebraska; as shown in its vacillating I of good Horses and Buggies to let- The proprietor ia caltiof tae atteaiioa 0 u.e pablie to -
,ourse on the Kansas and Nebraska question;as I Conveyance famished to any part of the country. W OULD respectfully inform the citizens BlUCJOlUILDING of this ph\oe and surrounding-country that he ha this prvparatioa,doe.tO with(MU.,of the utmost e'm- ii':Proas amoontiag to.........
ahowa hi the corruptions which pervade some of Horses boarded by the single feed day, week or againopenedaLSOMELLS' NEW with a large and well selected ideate. Its rinses and adaputioa to. the diaeaaca. foj -.
Ute departments government as shown in dieS month. By moderate charges and personal atten- stock of wblch it Is reeouam..decf. Price'of TI .

-- Itt meritorious naval officers; through prej u- tion be hopes to gain a liberal share of patronage.; JV.I1TCIIES, JEWELRY, SILVER WJ1RE,J1WDFJ1XCY GOODS, the J t ted is ao of new a ten ana years'auied trial artiele before,bet the one American that baa stand Tickets. flO-IIalves $ ...Qiares .

S dice or caprice; and as shown in the blundering Stable on Adams-street in the west part of the To which the attention f the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the New York manufacturers and its reputation and sale U rivalled ay UT people aimUar, SAM'LIiW4kN,.igeot sot JIuST'S
S mismanagement of our foreign relations. town. He also has lots for the accommodation of I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as regards style and price,that cannot .- preparation elUnt. The loUaooy U ita(avo fi..by S
'S Ittk. Therefore to remedy existing evils and Waggoners and Drovers be surpassed, in Charleston or Savannah. lbs most prominent and well aauwa Pbyikiaa and!. AitDt1d.. ,
prevent disastrous july 9. '56. MEREDITH PEARSON r* Amour assortment be foundWATCHES. divUnaltf in all of the la immeaM. sad .... .
eoaJeOUDtes. ___ oiherwiAA.._ ..__ _I'P.n. my. may a Darts toualry a J
aumog tberefrom, we would build up the Amen Batter Knives Fruit do.; cararal. perusal or UM AJID&.Dat"I iNiujiiaea aoattanj ay TBOXAS WKUX and Ivm.'Yna" .'

I can party upon principles hereinbefore stated. COME AT LAST Fine Gold Patent Levers (full jewelled;) Knapkio Rings, Children's Betts Ao Ac> this Ut Aceata rcaedy,euaof really hotaattafy daaerviJifUui the ntoaC skeptical it that has Sworn CommisMOBen to nperiatcM.1IIIIic
pest celebrity
IHb..That each State Council shall have author .A LARGE lot of choice Gosbeo Butter and .I" M Detached *.4 4< Constantly on band and nude to order from obtained.rnocipal. z(. B. Letters eoataiaisg njeosyta.
_y ity W amend thir'senral constitutions, so as toabolish.the /m.. Cheese. *" Lapines; 5 pure command warra ted. Office. and,Maaufactory, No. M Arch-Sfc ly attended to and eonAlcauaL __ +' j
several degrees, and institute a pledge 4000 Ibfl.of those delicious new Hams. Silver Patent Levers; OUTCRY rbiIadclpbJara. S
SEWLNGA _
of honor, Instead,or other obligations for fellow- 8000 New Bacon Sides. .e Detached. : S SINGER'S S
ahip and admission into the party. 2000 Shoulders ". Lapinea a From celebrated manufactory of tJeorge Woatehbolm FLORIDA TESTUfOYT. ALL persons who desire,to, eWsii t5' *
-b 16th. A free and discussion of all political Bblz. A Son Pocket Knives Scissors Kay W.,.,Fab.M,1855. iabrmation respos i f i .i".1
open 20 Heavy Mess Pork. (With and without banting cases.) -, 2 consisting .: o.CWJ1Ut '.,. "Home tiaw Race I bwfbtofa
principles embraced in our platform.COSirOR'S -6 ,", Shears Razors&c.IANOY, SEWING HACHINB-itheir P"** !!
Choice Leaf Lard. =
/ AH from good 'makers and will b*warilukd wreck aale hers a cams ef yea Onaaa Bktera. Hav ".
SS & Kegs do do do. good time keepers S. u': GOODS ing be**trottbiad with derap$ fB at of the Uver,utfeu advantages,'sixes improvtacaia j
.: .BUTTED STATES 25 Sacks ground Salt. I' er with Plica and vainly sought a cure from",.&.. bg. means of nmoinsg tbetn' SM<*) *y"
; 10 Boxes Tobacco assorted. JEWELRY c 'as Coral*, Port Honaies i Accordions'Perfnmery I tried the Bitten,and I soon RMwd them a perfect tare, tienlars- an do so bv PTJICtSnnW! )

S TYPE POUNDARt 10,000 Cigars, '0 Consisting of- ;'Lubins aDd other'extracts; Fancy'Soaps, t .a ftiNt eta.couple of MiU.to 101II.latren_ No. 033 BHOADWAT, 5EWr f
'5"Cases Champaign Cider. Gold Guard Fob and Test Chains; Papier Mache Jewel Cases;.Rosewood Work Boxes CrkDt.aa e'l4wHhll.ney yai. FrGIII fouud theft she reUef thejr .. IOUIJI *T Lima on W nasos' .

...st,1t. and 53, Bcekman Street& '23 BbU. Choice Old Uanongahala Whiskey. Chatelains,Lockets Bracelets Pencils Portable Writing Desks; Reticules Fans era,I find my case olJUuera aatlreir leeOllUDe1lc'atJou exhaoated and let e tbb C I. 3I. Singer dc 4:0) tL-.. 1r

'. NEW-YORK 1 Bbl.Extra Old Bourbon. .Crosses Keys, RealI Diamond Rings*, Regard do; t mbs.' Brushes Thermometers; Children a Toys iaqoiries rue tbejB coaatanU laliomldtberalhrtbepleaaj This paper is 4evot.d entirety tJ' .
1." Choice Old Peach Brandy. Gold Thimbles Sleeve and Collar Button; & ? 1 ea Jk11a. eel M have y Mt.ini quantity immadiaicly." Machine interest. Guptawillbe:., r-
i To. Printers and P 5/::. 20 Bbls.: Rectified Whisker.. Studs Cuff I'al;: Brooches E Uiugs.'.< i -" Together wiUi various.arlTclci, too S numerous to ASTONISHING EPFtlCTtrOFTnCGUUIAV BIT- to all interested. '- 1.
_ 5 "P, at 11.Gin. S Gold Spectacles, ETC Glasses, PlAin and Set IU mention.., 5- 'TI& .CERTIFICATE OP DR. W.HMITH. N.B.-TheAfachineahiu 'aaparan.ed! ece et.

tJL nn.B lhat E 8DdcnI liuj have .bezjo.issued infori their the trade 5 I ",:). .Rum. ., *UP.J**'.- '- >, *. .' N.B.ClocU,\Valehcs, ftad Jewelry, 'or or.P1JIE....NA&CIIC lULL RICHMOND. CQ'y.z- iadKc4 aenral% fraa.Sedb-.
this-cay new flbtUsIasWino. "
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fnllr and \ranunted of them, bewd aanwrwospatents infr1ICe
Qaarto and that it SILVER 1V ARE. < repaired ,.at :the Dr.C.M.Zaek.oe. Pbila..Oear,: 1 haw bee* a S4"
Specimen u now ready for de Now landing and in store,. and tor"sale by S shortest notice subject of Uy prpaia, ia its worst fora,for UM tort Oveytara. -of which we uwa tUtHll. lit.
_ livery to their d patrons, as well as all who pat July t, 18LG. J.C. BROWN. Comprising Dining and Dessert Forks; : ., Hucliwaa ny eondiiioa fir twelve noaiba that infriugement of our JNI'... I
ronise liwir foundry., la'it will be found a Table, Dessert and Tea .TERMS .CASH.: me .Ci C'
_ DeW'MriaI Spoons; pnjnicfaaa' and an who saw me said I aast die. decided in our df or ia the U.$ '
i of tmtx-from nearl to tnca. sumaaaincr.'ifposaiUe RICH! CAMEO' 8uu 8000bL. Salt and Mustard do.S .,: .Inly. A,..'541-_. While in dais conditIon I was nriied I the .isi.w. .VaqYpfr... .... .anA.'..._ :1.-..._ I.' tb.ss Nih..
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their new series ofbcotca cut laces. AND\ .J.IOS.IlIC-jiJYELRY. I : S S ,- )aeeaia Virfinla Tenneane and North Carolina but great principle Of holding *>wseweii t Ie
.. The fancy type ''department exhibits an unsur : t NEW wUD5.tbeeAuedby any waif r to which 1 wu ta&.. to the surface of tbe l* ** .
milE subscriber having Just returned from New .ON MANHOOD SPRING GOODS. While$ oa hand
nassable variety of UwutiTul styles selected ( my way I stopped a week at Isth.rGr4 all' Scw'S.
rumS which is need ia
.JL York with a large and beautiful variety of YARDS toak man village in North C Carolina k>try the effect otrone pressure,
KraseeG&manyoIand. AND New w. ,
PREMATURE) DCOLINE.Jast Spring Styles Las estaWUbed. one
.. 10 000 Chalybeate wale ia Jtat plae*. Abovl the but of been shy
,The scripts and. bordering are now fer the first )JEWELRYSILVKR A P FANCY GOODS, .' I'ublishcd, ( mUg, of Prints. Gingham.\Dor the week I went Into a druc atom to gel eos medicino son and the Gl"OTtrA Bakrr 8IiD .t f'L
time presented to the printing public, and are the respectfully invites the public to an .examination, THE 20tk TJlOUSAIXDiA 'tnel'ics Ic. ,Jnst- 5-received, and for sale by. fat sat child sad nrteJCr There were aeveralo/thAvil as we allege, each Infringe tbIeS4L12I. .
Bfodaciions of'the ,,1xidAmeri" and EuropeanS of his stock, comprising as 1doc*, some; of the .Few Wort on Ju'l' O.l 6.. '5 : _,J. C. DROWN. lam pkymictsaa in the store,and see of then accated to owned by us W. .... .sgl5 .
artists; i richest and most fashionable' .styles of.Cameo, Ho out' Rational" TrcatmenVwitbjrnv r I tab sass Interest in my eases and,after...Iailla.snnqaetiua enl of the U.S.CoorU wkich riI"..
.*An entire new series German faces both for a&ic. Lava and ScroUJewelry JII great variety.. Weakness.MeiUdnc jSpematorrhea bt Local Cabin Ptis'0fJi'C/kJrluion.. .,said. Be bid been a dyspeptic and been freat. Wehereb/cauuon u. l b1iaZ
Nocturnal

S newspaper al." I. ..,_and..._btpriatiDJr.of'-yerv__.I..f1 ..A,_. .1_superior_ __Ia ktliAgw Also Silver_.._t Ware,.t1.. _and. _.._Fancy...t.. .Goods.suitable__ki.k_lit La_ for.U: JaIl'Debility. Imooteaer.Emi. and n, Genital ImDedtoenU.and Ner...'to Yoi'k;; Twiy.;FWe;DeNar:. ly*fs1P.pafibyyoe beneftltcd 'lbe.,soil oC"Dr h!.tarfatedtaat Hoof land, VGarnua I would Bit-tryura I. !frisging. MAcIinI.MtW.ean__ __ -...i.d'
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l.'Z 1.one / Marriage generally. i : uua.n. Uf..caII.De neat dy;at .y law w atop using IP V% iimroved .
'TMlDd&IllOlll which the type,is made will be cheap.for cash GEO. FLAGG.JOSEPH sad Instated moth that
'BY'Bn1tt11iEY..K D United Slate Mail so would try tben iba I sake .
found peculiarly! adapted' to the severe nsago. ofrnsciue.preas July'.G.' -: -. ; .The important fact thai bo *: Line S..to jot eoae boWs. U.did It, and leoaawnoetf IT LeeaI ta WoW to...
printing. : ,, many alarming cow I" !'IW'sTOL& taking It as .directed and1 do say 1 warn SMM haavotttrf otaddMft 1"e
CflAUBBTW sewtog
; plaints. origfaatingtin{ hnprndenoa and' wG-. fcr it than all te water or mcdicUM 1 bad
IVIHLBEff
They beg to return thanks for past Ctvors and ever takesv r._ "
S iHuines arare
lade qualified fortao
orybutli, may be' removed without "STiJAIW" After reaealaf feoin, of
etsily SHIP 011. nei Bbon
to solicit ?, my come to m E
a continuance of' the Their well-l L
known liberal same ; Dealer. in 'Paints,.OilF, ,BtrQIUI Medicine is ia this small lr ct,elearlr'detnonstra I : apnaeifptieaamtnMdieioerhe Iae a dynp pOe,) aidE profitable and jJeasaaf em lo11llUI
manner-of ooiog business for the i -S. ted; and .theeutirely'fltw.sndhigbfy successful THROUGH JN48 TO 3IIOUU4 Clve Wm nenrhr an the Bitter I bad. ten j wbwh.flecte4maeb ,, and izDpI'OTtclr
S S pact thirty years Is a guaranty to new patrons of NO.1L11aTn.strrCt, treatment,adopted,UV! tfeer Author ; .1- a ; 1 food tn hiavaae. 'H. baa often called on sMfor erai term fcr eld mschiD_of tftf1.. .
their,disposttionj aad ability not to'allow tLem5dVtobC2W3U5CdferfirdeaIiugrhgtberu CHARLESTON,BOOTH..CAROLINA* feHfplateed r more ef ttaaastt kiLl Gl sedieia,aa7inf be WM more J..8UfGEKAi'Priaclpl U
I
,.. Keepaconstaitlj.for saId'agoeraI'auortmeta 'of 4o ,himself by means' of irhteU"every one is enabled .: (. Et1;) benefi *l .rUtaaaan70tb.Kfte .. taaan,not I nave 04Iicc, ..,. I
core pert fec6l1 and at Ae feat .
poss&Ie-; M4 b.eii Ie .
deraarebf letter or&. : Paints'J\l1d.OU.- all lands ,Varnishest to ge|any IIION forWmor Mjrftif aiac*| '
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Jail" 5
H. B. cost thereby avoiding w tho s4f ertaed,nostrnmsoftheday 1&tonaLIARlONjl,5oo ; :Ooaanuador* will you therefore,bteae snip.e a dozes or BMraas
-Proprwtors newspapers are requestedto Window GJa.,ann Kosnes.Hpirits ofTar. *, v- ri; soon" possible.. 4 5---- 5 '
insert the above three times provided they trade pentinc.Spirit this, Cotton FooUGisi Beet:to a J"'a4d'jpMia faM- ) tons, WM J.Forria, Cem'r. 4 5- &iapsetfWyyer*, S W.BMITir.lC.0. 'nrsit .. -' I
.. fet tbree tkaes.the aaoent. of Ibeirrevpeetive Mils Fix icffl>InoandBnuhe or sealed post. w.jR. JAMBS ADGER, 1,600 tons S.o. Turner OomV. .These BtUert an tTtxasTAbua d bee rant .
S is ... manuCictore,and forward *s various kinds*.. July t64.1rerSIe. envelo",: ,b,.(., L ., .WTHERNEB. ,.000 to**,T.D.EVA, Com'r.T iR"jwrioq... $or sale by,nrjdsia CIa4. ,; ... ,' 1
OH U,,ol taetosper contalninjr the advertise- ., ', -M"., S DLA-I3 r LANZYNe4NO !. .Jiiof "* -tfe Adfer'a.Wharves,erery Wedaes4ayraadMay .'k ,"''. '.1enrMn. ', =W .
IDftL .JA&ooa3A SOXS.Gr&thc : ( afternoons,:after ten.arrival of the ears -I ; McMILIiAK. ; 'w Beti1S1T9I I
.JaJI8wt c., :t.. : ofLand on Amelia.Wand, fIT,.Uspeaard Birtet. ,New.Y I'k CUr.. toe Soath and.West 5 .
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;: from the contemplated depot : 'i.Tb: steaaahips.were 1uI.fI'II'y for t S "., "9 AJtIg.(. .. :
'i Yetloir- BfttlT*'containing 750 acres good' planting SIgH, ,aR4; Oraieau4; ZInc, and :. land. Tbqre is on the premises a amall dwelling t' '. PaIRt.I'. iled..tbs- .i '* J Jtvary :... .... ,' ...JrWk .

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