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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: August 6, 1856
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
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REPORT point, it had been.announced fixed J- was in Hamilton. la:and OtavgEfc fespoBjA. Th& Internal'Improvement the --
County, east of the Alapaha River and 'all of that .understaiidtnghoweyer,that the C&tracterl amt.
Act laid
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general rules for the
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OF THE part: of the main State line East of the point t fixed_ ;was' the rcapejclirc:: C4 paniesloperating under the 'State .of anytime: at on a force coauaensurate with o%.BMM r .
payment. -
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& plainly not accepted for,because. ,they no.charter : system, in.their iAercourse. with each other which can: An v '
DIRECTORS foH early compjetieo: trill bo advantageous bdthitfte,
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RESIDENT
After this action the Pcnsaeol '
by
Viand .Georgia not bfe : ,
changed
ajf any agreement the Companies may contracting parties, and the Beard eat-ert&iu.tke hojw ''
TO TEE Rail-Road Company, we werer in"self eCense,compelled sake without Eci3latiTe .
sanction, nor it is believed that .
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to for the whole line arnttgements can soon \#'e ec\ed which will .. .
accept the StateAlthough'
across ; without the consent of all parties interested whether cure this object 'It is desirable ..
Atlantic and also that the
Florida eeaftr
, r of the Gulf CentralRAIL we had ::
ample of
grounds of Bo ;
complaint d-holderlor
: Stockholders in the respective roods. tion .
tho ;mat go oa siaultaBeonsly on different parts oC
ROAD COMPANY. proceedings of this Company yet we were still There are certain details under the general law; whichare the line, as il!, will afford encouragement to, those inteur

._ unwilling tbal the enterprise should suffer from a want to be regulated',by,the Companies, but it would be ested in; the interior, and as soon as the means of the! : .

'S UA narmony between the two Companies, and soliciteda premature attempt :this before the Roads 'are completed Company will- permit! of.such. a. course,,.it will ia.a&probflbility. -c_ ,
meeting of representatives .from both, authorized to and connected in such a manner as to require an be adopted*ader, the :dwomgUpeoti a&r
em FLORIDA ATLANTIC &: G. C. E. R. Co., } act for the respective Companies, in- order that our arrangement' for the use of each others Roads,which, can though perhaps not consistent with strict eeegeajp;. .

Jacksonville, June 3,1856. j difficulties might be harmonized, and a fair divisionof then bev elected only in a manner consistent with Our charter requires the wdrk.to commence in tfco etc
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11 eeaforoUy with the requirements of our charter, the line made between us, so that both might workin 'the'general It is hoped that this subject will receive and progress westward,and as soon as twenty-five .' ...

president and Directors, herewith submit to your concert and with efficiency. Our in"itation.was. accepted from you the attention which its importance demands of the,Road is completed continuously, to ,coca a enee- .

fo r;eond Annual! Report, showing the progress and and a meeting was held at Alligator on the and that some definite action will be taken upon running cars upon i It The Internal Improvement Act "

c tin or the affairs of the Corporation for the past 24th of May 1855, at which time all matters which it at the present meeting. also requires thirty- continuous miles to be ccrapletei .**

seemed to be in conflict were freely canvassed and dis- After securing,the subscription of Columbia County, before, the Comyany, can sell any of their lands, ; ftt -
. M yocr I ja,t m.ccting, TIMAXUS,A. M. REEDJ. G.1)GJ.J. cussed, and the following extract from the proceedingswill the Board felt warranted in commencing operations, also requires twenty continuous miles to be gmded"

) P. SAXDEBSOX. T. E. BUCKMAN, P. MOODY. : show the harmonious result of the conference: and were determined to redeem their pledge: to the Pen- and the iron to be in the S ate before the Com nTs. '

.s.SJJIS.lnd A. S. BALDWIN, were elected: Direccomplcted I After some preliminsry discussion, it was deemed advisable -* sacola and Georgia Railroad Company without delay.It Bonds can be guarantied by .the Trustees.of the Fund,." ,.
Y\o the organization of tile Board by considering the f great lenght of a line of road was resolved by the Board to have the necessary surveys to pay for the iron. It is also consistent with economy .

Ike1ec' OI1 0 \. S. ALDWIS'. President, THEO. HAllTressurcr connecting the waters of the Atlantic with the watersof made which should enable them to locate the Road that whatever parts of the Road are completed shoud| ber .

_ and F. I WHEATON, Secretary.t Pensacola Bay, that the work should be undertakenby from Jacksonville to Alligator, and for this purpose the be connected continuously, in order that it may be put ... .

ne ? subject which engaged the attention and ef- different organizations, whereupon it was unanimously services of Mr. F. F. L'ENOLE, with a sufficient field to advantageous, so as to return to the Company at,

the Board, was an increase of tho Stock subOf party, were secured. His Reports, with their accompanying an early day something for its outlay and-affora. facilities V-

.of the Company,but the amount realized from Resolved, That the mutual interests of the Pensacolaand Maps, Profiles, &c., are hereby submitted for of transportation as soon as possible.:. If the citi ..

S FBtecriptions, ices not sufficient to warrant the Georgia Rail-Road Co., demand that said Companies : your perusal and inspection. The line, you will observe zens of Columbia, who are desirous to see the work -,

)Ird* in se n attempt to locate tie Road, much less, to should act in unison and friendly concert and ; possesses in a high degree the distinguishing char- completed at an early day, will take small ,eontrae.I: -

1i the..-ork ender controct. Jlost of those appealed.it that the works on said line of road be commenced simultaneously acteristics of a first class Road, in being so nearly free and receive a part of their pay in stock _of the .Coa-: .

a a admitted the need of a road, avowed their at Jacksonville and in Middle Florida. from curvature and so nearly level, that light"gradients pany or Bonds of the County, or lands along the route. .. .

all l to thc enterprise, and expressed a hope thatqit That the Central Rail-Road Company, undertakes and only will be required. i the work could, be expedited: and such an arrangement. :

" be carried through, but could not be induced pledges itself to construct the road from Jacksonville The State Engineer has inspected the line and givenit I could, no doubt, be effected with the contractors on.

m st n'bctetheir quota wards its prosecution unless to a point at. or in the vicin y of the Town of Alli- his warm approval in the main, but suggests that at favorable terms, and the entire line completed in a

tsscrance could be given in advance, that if : gator, in the County Columbia, and the Pensacola certain points some slight changes of location to avoid much shorter time than can otherwise be accomplished: .

JggKsced,it would without fail be completed. and Georgia Rail-Road Com any, to build the Road curvature may be found practicable upon further exam- '

Coder fach crcnmtances,where all should alike feel West of said point, (at or in the vicinity of Alligator,) ination, in which suggestion, our Engineer, Mr. L'Ex- Bonds of the County of Columbia f and of tAe Town .

tested ia the successful result of an undertaking cal- which shall be the point of connection of said Roads. OLE, coincides. Various changes, no doubt, will be Jacksonville. -

ahed to benefit an entire Community,but where a few The following resolutions were also unanimously suggested during the progress of the work, as advisableto The Bonds of these two Corporations, issued.in pay .

;tae cired to inure its success, while the aid adopted : be made. I ment of their stock subscriptions, are eceiT'ed.bI the ..

r site to cake that assurance certain has been with- Resolved That the Pensacola and Georgia Railroad The Report of the State Engineer is as follows : Company at par. They arc amply secured by the real. '

rJd,tt bsa3You may readily suppose, been an ardu- Company, and the Florida, Atlantic and Gulf Central estate, and by the personal property of the citizens, .and .
.b\ to bring forward a new enterprise to its pre- Rail-Road Company pledge themselves to each other, JACKSONVILLE, DEC. 19th, 1855. the stock held by each is also pledged for the redesi ,."

iQi h able position, from which it cannot recede, to make every effort to bring about a speedy accomplishment To the President and Directors of the Florida Mantic and : tion of the bonds. The Bonds draw eight per een .' .

kmusttO:1tinue to advance to completion, if the pro- of the great enterprise in which they have Gulf Central Rail-road Company : annual interest, payable semi-annnally, on the lit of '. .

tgttoadebv professed friends are realized. The Board embarked, and with this view they will exert their best -nEEY-Agrceably to your request,I have care- January and July, at Charleston, New York, or at : .' .

\ciet! thai uch an exhibit of the means of the CompBToa energies to commence their respective undertakings r.t fully examined the line of Rail Road, as surveyed by home at the option of the original purchaser from the- t. "

now be presented, as should afford the requircdtsarttco the earliest practicable moment, and will prosecute the your Chief Engineer,Yr. L'ENGLE, from the corporate Company, and being issued in denominations of $100,, '

of its success, and at thc same time furnish work vigorously to its completion. limits of Jacksonville to Alligator, in Colombia County \ $250, $500, and $1,000, theyafford4a. very deSrable,. .. .

sWat inducement to every citizen, to identify him- Resolved, That the people of Florida have the ability as also his estimates for the entire distance. The I safe, and profitable mode for the investment of ,capital.: w -
irffrdiad!! lend his aid to the prosecution of the if they have the will, to construct and complete this entire route from the corporate limits of Jacksonville to the : But good as we know these securities to be ourselvev '

roiis rill be disclosed in the course of this Report line of road at no distant day, and that every vicinity of Ocean Pond, is all that any Company could ,. their character is not as well known away from ho .-:

MItt becoming convinced that there was little pros- friend of Internal Improvement, and every true Floridian desire as regards curves and grades. and this knowledge mast be given before capital fr9m>-....; "-
wet cfsecaricj the requisite) stock subscriptions from be earnestly urged to give small portion of his From the-icimty of Ocean Pond to the Town of Al- abroad will .eek 'tHem Tor investment The Board v ,

Sindals, the o:1rdround It necessary to a"allltselfithe : time, influence, and money to the completion of our enterprise ligator, there are, by the route as laid down, several have, iii offering these securities in market. gives.o&V. -

provisions of a late law of the State, authorizingTon I fraught with such countless blessings to oar curves which though very slight are still an objection cial statistical information upon the. fly leaf of tbe-
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and County subscriptions to the Capital Stock of State and people. where they can be avoided, and I would recommend the Bonds, which cannot fail to convince anyone of tie. .

fieCoapanj.tociakean appeal to the corporate authorities Resolved, That the proceedings of this Conventionbe re-examination of the country from Ocean Pond to the fact of their being amply secured. The surest and meet. "

to brie: the question} of a Town subscriptionWore published in the various newspapers of our State- northern limits of Alligator for the purpose of ascertaining I expeditions method of establishing the credit of the ""

th citizens of Jacksonville. The appeal was JOHN C. M'GEHEE, Chairman.A. if a straight line in that direction be not prac- Bonds,and securing the confidence of.capitalists abroad,. '

ade.tndras responded to on the 15th May, 1855, by S. BALDWIN, Secretary.It ticable, if so, with that modification the survey has my no doubt would be the purchase of them at home,. .if y.

noted'isitecription of $:)OOOO to the stock of the warm approbation, as also the estimates which accom- which has already been done to a limited i extent and.at- ... ..

Ccnpur.Iith subscription' has since been made on was also understood at the time that the requirements pany the survey.I good prices, and no doubt, many more will find purv

4e Coinanv's book by the Honorable Iutcndcnt of the! of the Internal Improvement Act should all be am respectfully, gentlemen, chasers at the beginning of the next year. _Bat, an im:' ..
r.llL. complied with, and that this Act provided for everything your obedient servant, mediate sale at home cannot be counted on, because-* '. 1- ..'

fa wlj ier to.secure to our Company the full benefits in reference to the management and running of ; F. L. DANCY. there id little capital out of the legitimate business. :: .:

ert( e8bte :H
IiT,1555to, the Trustees of the Internal Improvement which has to be a matter of arrangement between all : certain modifications of the Internal ImprovementLaw purpose, and the first of the year is the only time;when*

indof this state, the qusitc notice of our full ac- the Companies operating under the general scheme. It were authorized to be made-by the respective Companies money'can be found for these investments. But,t erelrestrongindocementshcldoutjn'thesesecuriti ...

cc1Let{ of the provisions' of the Act to provide for was agreed at this Convention, that the County subscription with the consent and approval of the Trustees of : ,aside!" .
ad eocoenge a liberal Fy,tem of Internal Imnro'rcastl11 if any such should be made by Columbia, the Internal Improvement Fund. The law as it originally from thehigh rate of in tcrest,for persons athorae to BTes aIn y .

thw.Stale,approved- January Cth, 1855.') should be to the stock of the Central Company, and stood was too rigid in some of its specificationswhich the first place, the coupons are receivable for:.tajey. '; ..
Ovl) could not equally applicable to different parts of and in the absence of a Bank circulation of,our own. .
both were
}once was for the entire line embraced untewr applied East of Alligator, but Companies : .
darter, but i in accepting, for the whole line, itra receive the private subscriptions made In Columbia by the country, and it was deemed proper to leave mattersof these will afford' a convenient substitute and as good tat ,'-_ f
toardtiaeor intention to preclude other Cornlnezcom the citizens as they chose to make them to one or the this character more to the discretion of the Engineer every respect as Bank.bills. ,because they will,be casheii : ,. ..
ukil other The subscriptions: from the citizens of so that the specifications could be adapted to when due by the Treasurers of the respective Corpo
j prtions of it to construct, if a fair Company.
work. Certain modifications of the rations. These Bonds are also convertible intotnek .
ion co1d Le made, and in the Hamilton were conceded to thc nS3COla and Georgia the character of the
5 ftt nrk could efficiency proscco- to aid in constructing their Road West of original law have consequently been made by the Engineer in the Rail-Road at the option of the holder, 80.1:.
thereby be promoted. Company. .
OIrdutcr i and the Boad, to which the Trustees have given whenever it is completed and in operation aadi t
covers a line the State from the : Alligator.On .
across .
the Convention their approval. paying dividends, he has only to deliver.. : up ha hitch .. : .
to the extreme West, and precisely cora the 25th of May tho day after '
= and receive a corresponding amount of' slock which: '
Matters in readiness ,bj $
rob line of Columbia were addressed In public being now to commence work :
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the citizens.
across the State to which aid is
l is tic Act Court House by members of both Delegations proposals were solicited bv public 'advertisement. course he will have aided in the construction off a Ra.4... f.... ... \ .
alluded at the ,
to above. This Act, how- meeting =
Pts1dicision resolution was earned calling was hoped that our own citizens would offer for' Con- and during the time occupied in its construction_ ,-1ri1I:a .
of this line to be made between at which meeting a .
also received liberal interest his A
but few bids offered them and those few have on money >1.,
the tract were
r bosc Barter may cover it, in vholc or in upo'n the County authorities to submit questionof by sta
))1.1' t1tcs vision the assignment of the different a County subscription( to a rote by the people,which for so small and isolated portions of the road, that the .'. .
Statistics of Columbia
subscription Board felt constrained to from abroad. County. .
of thc line taken and resulted in a accept proposals
was left to be arranged by the vote was subsequently ...
a Interested. of $100,000 to the capital! stock of bnrXTonypany. The Contract with Messrs. Patton,Bryson and,Miller,. The following are taken from, the census, rolium of :: w

-the ,. .. 1"11' ._ ._ ._ The made m convention air dlil-ti of North Carolina, was concluded on the 10th of March tR50 and lR55 .. "_ "I
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arrangement
\IalU'a1 quarter; lucre has another beenfa5cmicatly
commenced work about the 20th of the 1850. 1855. Iacreaee.1l *? .
which covers part of this main gator was immediately'confirmed by our Company, and last, and they :
Pensacola has had special: reference to same month,with a small force which has since been increased '
& R. R. Co. Char- all subsequent action -
XJyk
?' Georgia our the' Companies then entered to about 150 hands. Their contract is simplyfor White population, 3,541 5,221 1.'H WSlave ; .,
standing the prior right of the Central the arrangement between A
do. 1 266' 1.943 677- .
ties from Jacksonville
and cross Alligator
b be f&al and satisfactory to grading .
c whole has mani- into which we supposed to
fse our Company even No. land owned, 46:479: 141,323 1f.850-
acres
miles. .
: distance the 'located line of 60 They :
by '
iC0 s d6SZCe to act in harmony with the P. &. G. E.W both parties. But we regret to state, 4hat the Pensa have, reached the 9th mile which is nearly completed. Value of do. $274,585 tI.042.25''t61.57j...: "
L + hare expressed to that Company our *wil- cola and Georgia, Bail-Road Company have not_ confirmed Stores .. .'
that the work can be pnahcd rapidly by a" mall Do. $783,654 $1,202,2S9' .. ..
Ab to dlndc the line with it fair This the and'reqmrc' our consent to; showing, of .. "
on terms: arrangement deliver In .1850; value ,Cattle, Mules Horaea..283I"r
contract to :
of hands. By they are overto
force
"' l, ureter, in Aprilrl855,gave in its notice of certain modifications which have been submitted to ns : sections of 10 miles at a time completed : turns of which were not to .be found in the ee96.''ll''..

6 of the line from Pensacola to a junction for our action., The Board nave had the matter under- the in readiness Company <1 receive the Iron. The, 1st/ section -turns of" 1855, bat with!the known increase ti&JUB&.of" 't ._. .. r
Iii kFlotida Bail-Road: ,without any nnderstiliding'pany discussion-but did not feel competent: decide upon a- is' property cannot fall short; $500,000. '+ .: .'
expensive as
completed probably as any .
nearly _
whether such a division would subject of such grave'importance the general interests now the route. exceptHhe third, which crosses the Al- i The amount of property lathe County saljeofttetaxation _- 4

fr'almLiIj0.ble us. The acceptance, OB their art, of the Company without special authorityfromthe on lachua.ri ami tho'sonth of the St. Mary's ,is ,worth !.$3,000,000. A.H1aflNrI..tA.. .; ..
ge .
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prone
ifcTJ ? to seriouply injure our Company, as itsr.eWudIng .. The whole.subject, has" been rearedto Biver. No Bridges: be ,required and the amount only'is required to pay the interest on the;1M'" eT: ;

upon us, would.have thrown us out of a Committee of the.Board,who will' be prepared toreport vof trestle ,work will be comparatively small, wooden Bonds, ana a,fax for creating a sinking faad.fef tfe rredemption ..... s .
or public to this meeting, in order that jou may take such, for,which'tho County Coaaaksoionqip,bare -,
-lad aorta to aid which, the Legisla- culverts will be used for'the present,but of such dimensions ;.
e_ J'it passed the Internal. Improvement Act action. upon.it as you may deem propar.m should. .as will admit of the use of brick or,stone inside : already made provision.>> A "' ,
bed in this Act .as entitled ,to aid, is ;It is very desirable that our. two Companies< >subsequent' time if 'deemed advisable. ,Judging The prosperity of the County is Terr mssufeatrlrGV ,_ ,
at any
e&rer. St. Johns, in East'Florida at Jackson- act in concert in carrying out a State enterprise calcu lrom.ihe.l101r probable cost. of the first.section,.we may the 'above returns, even while the bbabttaafeof tb&.J

'lt: Titers of Escambia Bay, in West Florida. 'rated to signally benefit' three of the most populous direct Districts congratulate ourselves,that we'shal.Je. ..able to securea I C.ounty.aro 1a.bonnt.unQ er great:disagraa togas fry.traasportatisto ."

r.--; 'UIO_jcqaired that before the Bonds of,the of the State, and if'our united! efforts are first class,road at:a moderate expense 1 ,.so far as thegrading 'their present expensive mode of ,aM 'r "
works
*la be guarantied by tho Trustees or the ed:towards carrying out ,the scheme ofpublic. from market; but'with the ,Improved And eUap-lMlk. ;. .*
'tfielnternal Improvement.A: of_.1855. Js'concejned.' will be 'furnished **- itiOB i- -*-- .. ; .
_let uosement Fund, for iron and eqa p.me tIe 'provided' for.in &iona :. r' 'Thcconiract'>ith these. parties, while it pays,them ties which by our Soadr "" J' :,. .'I '.
y 'w4 twenty con nWO88_ miles of Road uoaldtud there can_ *be conflict:: in iaterest If con ce 7 .on' 'liberally 1 ,secure..to 'the_ Comp ril'a; good and substantial ,wwith and prosperity of the OesB tJ: ..gt t1y, .. : ..
the inter- .
})t'&aj iA i before the Company could be entitled ,lB 1or po IDf t.s.hieh will, Bat injuriously aflfeet these, :Koad,:within: ,the,means of tho Company which can. and rapidlr: increased. For two years JM\.the n. : ti .. ..
6y Mt of the donation 01 alternate sections of eat of the respectire Companies are'reqtriredt' itt repair at a jaoderate annual outlay. The'Cowpinr of pofiuHUoa has been greater tiaa -at aar Serer period .i" ,
of bar be kept ;
'irty continuoUs 'miles of t eEoad sent : cited with propriety! for the sake u. .,' 'pay? one sixth in, Stock and one sixjh.inXaads.at : Wt,a.small part only of .the good laada.bate!Dank rf .". .'. .. '

d!D I1U1n Bg ora... ThePeneae9lsaaiy aoiy.butif we'are required toyieldtep'r ts&IcprJY"! stipulated/ h'r'iceilor' the latter sixth,in cash,atvthe entered.sr .' "
Ri BOad AciiwBicasAT&be a bestowed.UPO1'! w for: ow. facts :will show the Bect8ei ofBoad U' .
great
accepted for a J .e Jwrees : J r r. PDtioafjB: :'CojipJijr ., .This i arrangement gives : \
P 1a. in t e West, to witfcia lg 1tIVl'J&eksonri1le : )ecti- in....a>res' _t or future' coatageacr. ;we, Aouldjxj,. the" ) oonsitble,u\teI"eH.,the r &d,aad ,' and the advantages :it will bestow: Bfe ..
iHI.ia Hr'J- /www3?mr 1 Ant we crinnle our eBereies. :Coital The cost. of traasportatioa by "'tI.I. ,
r. W1I. "
in theEwt; tJaia.tee8. ea -- in land 'aieR theThe' oaeaiw_ 'ofrP1e9s.:
.the
!IaI _10[ the main lies'left b7.tieri'ie tbe Ceo :. .f l: resetie. W; 1ai:1...ttt be Ce4 ta. uno* etioably matte complete: the road; iweeaAlligator: and, "Jacksoavjll .is, at tM jfMp.|gf; .. 111' :;
Iee J cadd.d art ra..W'G rJlg\t.> '1ia1-, years e' paDT arc time, $1, 0 pvlopjbs.,and is a'beard -w ;" .
fl.s "hich, otaettee, ..e&t118i1 5it carfo dew ii,th1Ir which:coaJd>6 doal;via"oBe' year If these. mean could : : '
:w: IO'U to ( e' &O.3r.'aee.K .' (.valeat. i tho incrws-" County aatls, tbn '''' ; : ; -
to be.:entitled : .-readily be coatfirted Into cash w as to> : allLm r L r L b" .o. -. -
!lJ 'miles be cosKdeted ... ste be eatiOed.te. -a the IfeUHI'.JJrol&,. ed expease: olft'larger force. ,ButjtIs sot possible al* : .Inl850'"emir 800 feajn lalaadioamrket eoU.' ... ....I. ..... .' -,,,

Jiii-'. "ft1-Mid..!> granted? ,h,aid of this Jteai 'TLe. i..-' aad :0..'u 'a tlvee a. R .., waYt.1 eeafttt'Be "_ aH: Lw4 :>:iBl6.cas- >.asit i ..J '' : ; last year the prodact was 1M .
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:*-- 7 r PoHUcaI kdicatlons.F %nd ,clarc'a1$ for Pillmoremcfstate jo $ v Tii ttvtdial wbwttt4 ribZe rtIdi 1Iwa. li$1bOpd that

:A convention of thoEnd Fe fler ntranveifti matgPmtir ; ; j ,a1t"pikb1i *Mtofim: FterWa orgAns 'of the and%iitit4'more bun,parteully peeui ecb aioZ j

Abolitionists of nI.ielvesn4 ; bead,out/and uCUI himself alter ri cntaUTeorthd: Kansa. Uaue. cuMts *134 1 b.is,, they

T: : cently met; at Lake Spring Madfo xesoled epp j'zetdbtt1i .: Ut1dd .w : Oe'tJVcrvIap: king of'tb* Kfjbraska act. says: such'SumS his.cribbhr been the u pzs e4

county, and nomlirfttod.the'fonowiDgelectoral .. .. r i. JACKSOVILE'S L ,*We hTtnotifce least Idea to the world of tbtotrfnr "It h atfanjreVb'at nerertheUefti ime.end that bred,thin eh brain, baa attempted, wft to .
w v* g pj w -*- > T yjfr. ttm. i noticing all the petty aqtt.bb. are a cla .of nwn. Southern born play o
; ticket fortlieStiate) S>*s' culdvfor their Congressional candi 4 .' that*maybe w y our thruwtf; off by id topntiua* and iU always denounce every measure lutrt dMcerl into witir vf the is d Inst. 1g., Prm

;' .. Senatorial //ccfor- l. C. M. Clay dates. Fremont is in the lead in Wednesda) "- ,4. t$56_ GMorrra the Union 1irih.as Jlrtfrand pprmsl"b'ei*. and Its ,adrucides fi Br'awtlow at the ef very IIollcud"'sabgitnlakets Witbo ;
*********** 'l' 1 U better .than none, and be :(
Well excuse uthitg bJ
aome
ofMadieon c6aa ty. 2OeorgeD: tharabolftfoff StaleT South ae agitator* and dntnnkinisU, and at the Iak4
There the tallest kind of demonstration rr: C.UEIfI.TLUZ 'p Us lila bead o V allitte further,and a>ye: M but North at demapifrnea.. According la the eth ics of ao doubt So IDUUQUO
: Blakely,9fganco'ty.< ; v was authorized ngenffur oWamipg subscriptUms and the leader,io the lait number. of thst, paper (the such men, we, at UwSouth, an* to sit down quietly penny poLitical sbe th.z.
.Representatives.1. Edgar Ncadliamof in favor FUlmpre ,. at advertisemeuU and collecting alt meoie dde>tbia and submissively, thauking God fur wbaUverlittle can party, 1 thought I it*
LoUisville ; 2. J. H.RawI- New York on Thursday evening office. in New.Turk-City.., t ifepublican) contaiut, WTeral auc!,mmutroa toiorre mjswpresentaUoni t- of p>od may be rouchMted unto n* by a Itchy wii the Jtttli alt. by i
U all she
.. tfcat lira1 ffcej onrjJot Northern majority. We must not attempt an ex- eloquence of tueencan *
ings, of.Madisqu county ; 3. Rev. J. the 24th nit. Henry, Grinnell. Gov., 'r 59'Capt-'Ev Btrrcn isonrautbonxed 'Ag nt'at thenf."'" We an, always willjnjC'to, be corrected' nwu $%usukrrcry,ur.auy uther vgveuvsmovement Ihesir'ciiiu.' ,f:, 't, .* .g.
:. H. Davis; of Leis County r 4..J. < MiddIeburg.BlHck I >Creek.ttrf/rBc' ireand receipt KiWSKSSPoflfo y' ,TtnlVe I very next par*. fir fer, .forsooth, we may "vudauger sbcui4 fuf..ttn.rRc4:

Grazebrook,S of' warren'- **county 5* r* awr; 5; line .lJg81bqCd! .thejis of 23QO: -for"all moneys i- "due thm Officem. .that_ .. JL section.* ?? grapby:commits an Ignorant blunder, r..ls goUty of ,Away thuu&iui.nt with uch.daUrdly or retiw tb agitation aentiiuenU at! the We North.have tdni* ; hsuvwc4m.ut 54 by *eith., *h

J..B. Whittemore, of* Oambcll vcdtih4ty5s6. sfgtiersHo ;tlid call for jhe meeting i q Tj.q KB ? ;.. jtetentlonally ml u6Ung onrjanfftwge.; Wo'dld iv.t U much n'fhktttnr' and expand M se..other nut dcnwu cud the wr ','d th.
Mr. )ladeao
lay "'Judge Douglas denounced the amendment, portion of, tbo Umutr, and la nuopt a pulicy lend- B. 'Ksithe dd I
x .Davis*Morgan Floyd'eotm-- If is; statedj.oh: th'iitlirity: of .11 1S.'s
aktrtfut
r. lila
;FOR.PKESIDENTFOB : IMI and rfidb to it, t yit Judge p ug tug tu that end, however othen may become exCited -
we ?
ty ;17 V. Hamilton, of' Bracken county the personal:: [knowledge ,df A. Jl ieddj, at it" Weareanrni bcl.veriuthewisdum Slavery quusbm. wbd .
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Millard Pilh las did denouncDIon for offering theameudtneuLLila Ilr Jcflcti, r of tbe; maxim of a ext a
"James: Lashbrooks..of Davies Boston that Col.
; Lewis/JJsq-? 1 o i -p. moarks'on that occJslonf. maj'be. found in,the county ; 9. Grceri Shells of Jessa Fremont'lilmself a 'stave holder I ;4.J: ;; Congrewional.Globeu ,. : ; repeat t'the3tisauuti line was right. It, the line, squatter fa-WKniy; hi Ostej cret.,

mine Bounty ; 10. John'Wash,of, Anderson If'this besotlie Blrick'' Republicans; / lCE jPBESlpENT, ,. ; : !, The Mwt further JiJ'$t 'Ihe troth isMr.Dotig- .ws to the notoolya Soutn; ,nod.supiw waa,npou m nortrfUf, but H positive>cun fUiU injury f$ L ntury b.ui a,Filnbusur.10 say niUung ready tat to h.rob' ,,

countyx. have *'caught; bj Tartar"" 'I1 Ii they ,Aid w3'Done1sOn; !aaccepd4he aKendojeo with promptneM and The S-Utb, tbroujhk 31 r. luon, asked iU repeal; iu hu letter .f acceptawb atreg

This :proceedings will gjve the only expecteji foi rldo a, 'WoplAnbth' cordUlitj ">%. tbU.f a palpable, and griu tilt*Dd-iiocraU'N .rth'aMcnted, and 'twas done.We ilr. FU now. tna vL4 big
'. OpT&tNUSE.1 wnfcb tb, iutbor 'ougbj to1 be hamed." aay. and all Southern: uieti should say, 'twa the way, hii alter letter ot (
: vote of Kentucky by a majority of Hoscl.71; ; :' error, ( this right! -And let the Northern k'rea.witcra (Fillm c.a_ tint nokM ol ib. 1$4dsestnIbu4Y
thousands; to Fillmore.' The lost of *r" letter| JfronVtliC JSditor'of FOBiOOVERNOB, Vbeo'flIr.Dixon'offered.: amendment, Judge .-n joining in the try,) bowl as much as theyi.lea.'i. sa..tkd ib..wsdi3u .f Mr. I;
; Duo laa the Waablnicton Union, and In fact, the Kausa 1la'w cud p'meiiuu while ? ,
David 'S. 'Wt1k By its repeal we have trained ra.
the'Irish and German 'v tethe greater'pprtion the Georgia Telegraph ahnounces whole /Administration- bcsiUted, but the South. tcrnuirr lying entirely North of tballinaud -, cept4uce, I at once procis4 my ,
of which'ia Frees ilwill that he canpot'inodifu, the opinions or LaOCOCX'T. 1 tbrtn h ilr.' nn i Whig .Senati.r;dsmanded with Uod' tieJ|>, and the aid i>f mtothur Den*. ..caikd tmer p.irtr. .Aaej, ,
aduuuiAtratiun, we bull have a spknthdstare a-private citiJen tuost UthnniKU
crutic 'd'urhd
overwhelm.Buchanan. previously expressed'thaf'BucIianan's r; FOB.COiVOBESS, ,. this aoietidinenU,If Mr. Duoglaai bad been wt.willlof State in.due time. C u any Southern nu4conopUia a sheet which has te ,

; The Louisville Journal fays-it j isa'notorious pros cct rx orb| ..was1 gloomy James M Baker 7, to.accept! thia, au cn<|m* ut, why did he not in. of tb *f A sat! thvre ure many wh daomUem ti nco. Whi, loP tbq bcottif of

fact, that Cassius! H.ClayTnnd ', ] : ) icr.cWI! !! e in the ,Nebr iska. ,bill,repealing the it. rrpeatiujr. Parrot like, thu cries. su his wulad tbeaii&s and.
enougb..lloP. : oftoi heard from the.North. jShall such me a tdtfyug purj** bul *ddint
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John G. .Free, an4 the jDscar F.iMpore; the pi-es- MiUt& restriction, in expre a term*, himself fur the &nth?" fcwjnur. who lit eVi to Ttui& iil'1144- :

whole xmass'of their fpllbwei-s in ihisS cht\Repvabiican\ inember of' Lorigress EfcEC'TOBS! Why was the South compelled ti i demand, prou h ',The Mew Hampshire Patriot, the home organ of suppurkrul UeeIew.4ta,
w. W..MCCALL. .. JOIKV T. MYBICK, Southern Senatortbee.aeseit1dnfth principles iu Auitrica. never asked fcr oz
ite, voted for Clark, the Demo from the ilofs Di trict.of Ohio has 'J, J., UNDERWOOD. a of the ComprtimU of11S50 in" the !N bras ka the "emzteo repre nt4ttveof the Kauu* issue," that iu naturaloio or b coni ij %
cratic candidate for Governor last abandoned Fremont and declared for : Douglas bill Waa an speaking\ ot the same bill says: would abjure hi* mibcr-Uad, thevj k,2t-!
?rThoe who have received the RsUkd rard bill? The truth fuj; Judge u All the valuable laud pea to settlement U already i'clf! u* n i *g.ews& ,t- b rtby ahwiW
year. Fillmore. ? do nut wish ta become subscribers will please abolition scheme, and lie wanted to prob it through Slaked out* and claimed,* and eleroal decrees boircst oouf.cuuua moat tMf.U, ibis
It is a notorious fact, that all of -Hon, F. Joy Morris of Philadelphia return the paper. The names UI thoe who do not C JgrcM aa he origioallyjntrodoced. The people o>u.d.not make Irecdoui.more certain. can sbuuiU ruJ. Au rcm." farther: ,(,%
the electors this Fremont electoral w advocate for the retrrn the paper will bo entered un our mail book* can no longer .deccired by Judge Doughs.! 'Nur id this the begmuiug Mid cud ..f the chap in jour ILcu b.jbo.4 JOB m a ;
upon a nomination
MS regular subscribers. ten,-though !tbi m ghi Le lu.Mi ht enough bj any thai l.yeunt MUCV, a ticKet sofar as their antece of .Judge, M'Lean for the They h*re,seen the operation* and reulU of this rcouiuibte maul iti. now procU.iu b/ anttNtrbrafkd 10 Davit Cuonty M 4rsf Naia,

dents are known here, have hereto Preside.icyhas taken the field for zir Subscribers who may be Nebraska1 bill, 'The earnest attentionof the reader |.ap r*, t..at aucb i* the rush t>f emigration hut u Ani,r. Mu c.tizen watt uj*
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ndVh4 edit .r oftheiTewis i directed tlinn editorial i& thi* direction, that, like tbe too abuud ut er-tic auuwsphvre say wb4ib*,
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: fore b Democrats and voted for 3Ir. Fillmore. So also lias that; eminent neglected! by our carrier ne requested article! taken from tho NewIIsnphre Patriot rain winch wreU riv r.f it will overflow its natural dncvd vr h pu itwo, i ha uk

the Democratic- candidates in the lawyer, David Paul Brown of prooip'tly "to give notice a't the of the President, to be found b .uoUs, and pu *mg the iiuuu-u*e Urritorjr of lacy of the td.uir. (accredated.) MT,b
the home am anhi'43s
organ fbi jOT nowr
Texas, taut two yr tiutt *tw frte blaiu vtftottw&tdi ty. tot dsay
last; State'election. George D. Blake. Phulad lphia. office. in another column. Let it remembered that the hud ieu aeoiAtd tut inter iff- UertuanLuiigruuu ytntUmt will CDIUM OM( oer hua vt

lyi; of Logon, one of the Fremont Mayor Stewart of Buffalo. N. Y. --.-- -- _-4'- : lVewa and the Patriot crc both orpins of the M emphatic are uuiVcr.oJijr auu aevery| u>vu; bulb and ia MtitcUuua of playing setb,r M my
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE REDUCED.We truiti and or nam. he can be a.urti tLa! Dr,
principle taat uiubltf HuJb
.being to War o u-
electors for-We Stale Kanas General
at of the issue
large, was who elected Democrat reprcsentatire
wan as a ; by hate'determined instead of issuing cam hid wtUi lue colored race; and areaiy be fouud endy b*do jtoman'lt
: the Democratic elector for the third 1000 majority and three of the pre. pa pn p.iper to reduce the kubscriptiou price gt the ) Pitrce,and both; awalluwr the Kansas bill, X03 tU.wtsuru pan f l ''JVxa, they will uuitu occupying w.ib the sb cttul.y Jvur ,

district in 1848.. Both, the Fremont ent Democrat Aldermen of the itercBLiCAX tii Two Dollar*, LA aJpttace. By this her MmitJignty' and! ulL eiuigraittA i4 hue Nurib and \'.'eai in, tirgiiu.ziug SL D.Sia. .
;. means,we liope to Idrrease tier .circulation and ta 31r.ixon'a admendmcnt to the Nebraska bill L'rai Sute on the soil or Uverj,{ S.coxxuszcae..
; electors for the State at large did all same cIty, have joined the banner of plicc the BE>CBLICAX iu lie hands d'a grtit many rc-assertvd which was tablih-- "A or. th.* ua, great and glorious as it i ii. ft ( ,,
they could for Clarke. Fremont who )hiiTeneT rrytt bcribtdr N'.w'sthe< time merely a principle if tUted tftut Jluuuuri it awuktuMtj to tin Lfovghttof MiDoiLnaJ'l
fur our Irieod at a distance (n* well aa at home) td by thepuntpromisii measures of 150.which, if frttdom. aluTtrjr wua never kirong there, audi
-The vote of the German population Banks, Chase, Sumner and Hale to give: us u lift. Judging irpm tbo "sijn of hid we are not mistaken, the editor of the A'twi strenuously tuaiuij confined tu the neb bottom land uf the 2to,. yjj Jpelica*: t3 ,

lof Kentucky is estimated at 10, were 'distinguished i Democrats.Tliev .- times",'* the present CHIITIISS i is to be ime nf no ordinary uppo dr and rather than submit tu them, ilississ.pui, while the wutvru porttuu if the State Diii .-We bad a Democrat*

000. This vole has hitherto! been are now free soilers and Freemoutcrl ml err*t, and'we want the REPCBUCAN to preferred a d ssolution of the Union, or t*> extend is aliuoitl the hat exclusively few occupied Ljr free men. Du- spaeking oa Satuiday I st,*t which t ,
do gM14! service iu the cause. r.ug years the iiuuiUr of Iarea hare es fn m Judge itawkin.1. the
!iVCfl, to the Demneriitifi- nrfv'. but- the Missouri line, which "toot not only a tli jma btcu d.ininiahiug, as tuibgs- that were; anti now, date W Congress Hon. W.W. $eCatjj
y r | r'
nearly 0 the whole ofit will now go; ..... American Committees for Daval County. upon, tut a potitice injury to tae South, and was wbcu the >ute eh ill be nearly urr..uu le l bj trve can Elector and Ceo. W.'Cal1E1ithiDia,.,
The National Candidate. The following named gentlemen cnipose the moreover vneonttitutumal," to the Pafiflc. This States, and th* itcapt of tlnef hcurru to uy, and CrntiC Etee'or.Judge .
to the of this Fremont'ticket.Hon.
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support We know but one inaif now before Committees of the American Party f orih %.Ly.CUUU of when an large a portion of tbe pe pU- are >i/p > vdtu ILewbins opened the
.' Hopkins Hoiscr, of Georgia, the people the Baltimore Patriot Their J'st O'Hce nddreM is Jack inville: was the ponition taken by the Democratic party it. bulb triUi luttrtbtaud priuciple. it utbuuglit fnp President or Vce-Pmld3it, bat
says C Committee this and other Southern States ut that time. They by those well MCctuiul d wad tbe state ot pub icteciiug and went ahead.Ileommenced.
his for >erti>onding? .
honesty avows preference who may bo trudy regarded as F. C. BAKKLTT SAMCEL BUFUUTOf, did not desire a repent of the Missouri restriction that slavery wit giv wajti* BurruuuUiu his speech fa>a coot na M>,
Buchanan, because Buchannn be- containing within himself at the elements HEJAM1X hopkINs, EDWARO A. IkCTns, ut that time, oh no they were of that class ot men, circumstance, and Uiuuvri iLstljoiu ibe ii-id- intn dating h.nisvlf as a candidatf! .u4wj
hood lit free JAMES A. (Jorr.F'.ricutiv. >
Jieves opnp.t.;
he does in Sovereignty
as "Squatter of national President who the editor of the&K, "Southern born
a purely und V'ujlltnct Committtt: says are prvtpect Mti'fy tht Mutt SAtMut JUnHUiOHut rhhouid I Ut Mr. Buchanan's pO'l'k.ji. liki pks4inkg.
0 !" Gen. Thomas D. Aronld and that man is Millard Fill ore. WILLIAM D. WASD, WILUAU Atsor, and bred, wh always denounce every measure introduced not tbe part only which u niunl certainty, him f mtl hi* bad acts and thegnu4.ma,.
of f enncssee in a late speech at UBIAII UOWDE.V, NATHAX 11. VAronr, into Congress fur the special benefit of create the moat dftttvt tbaukagir.ng? Uuh. >%w 4e14 1iic'e own irte'-ti. as. n > thea
That there. others '
are eually worthy JDBX L. UIPLET.Waj. n and fatal Mex.ve', ivbroauy the territory of a Juzt future dOMe by taiit.tflrng the.nd hwy iaiiI Ia
of the Union
Jonesboro, avowed himself a Ftckra- who yet remain in the seclusion of our section t JirArand independent $taw. and Kansas,a swretst.jiee, Mi C>1*.a3 hf won d ktttrojit to pr amIiitifiMp.
list always and that one of the reasons whirlpools! into which the t'ontb ia engulpbed. be iUvs two or three b, be curved from Tixai', and doctrue. Kut lh.the mj; and sppbw this W
'S private life, we have no reason to Underwood'* Ippointmeuts.J. Mr. Douglas fully calculated to ride into the lliHBuuri itself tu be trw! icku e&uid ejcpeetto mtcAfWh (McCull,)n reived, proved eiwefaitifiijrt&itbU
"why he supportedBuchanan doubt; but Millard Fillmore alone J. Uudtrwuod, El ct4>r, will address the citizens Presidential chair upon this Nebraska hobby, but >> itoks fur more? The Abolitioui burn haraigued cot pnu*

    was that tlie latter had always been stands prominently 'forward as the of East and South Florida at the following the nf that bill with )lr. Dixon'ft amendment tor Iriredoui. preached for Ireedout, and, Ilervfutnl the eharpr sga a t Mr. )'Uaecr4ij
    pansiige u* for trvtdi.ni
    they MJT, prayed oVer this vast territory. being'MR*b< liti< ni f,and pr Tt and is now one of the same b'uz man fir the crisis;" steadfast in his times and places: somewhat spilt h s calculations. He wa4 no Shutud tA.y M/t ttmitk JIcaen aiul l# Fillmorv wax sound on the ilavti'j' aii,

    stripe of politics These gentlemen attachment to the Union firm in his () ,........... ........... .....*.. I.Newnt3sTille where at Ciisc-nnati, Convention, nor was Cu). content W/ttfl Utty rt&ittol uaut they asked ,,nd wo s 4f;man f tribe? atli. IIeII&IU.,4

    are'candid witnesses in behalf the ,....._.. 6 ;........ .... S.Gaiiisrillo Perry's little emphatic representative of the Kansas "ludetd, they now adiuit, atrn.iit without an that the ftirpJcnem were not .af.useasebow
    respect) for the Compromise of the ,. !,. .i... .... 8.Micani.py leaves exception, that uch if ull.t liar, been curtd bj thr gftYeTUAIenI of I hi;* coonfrf; ih&I c. 'utd
    issue Ginril Pierce. Judge Dougla
    truth. the Nebraska bill-retuit* grukd, fxnnantttt, and them are nnsmind n th )larery mi
    Hon. Martin Van Buren and his Constitution; knowing no higher law ............ .sq...v......... 4. the Cincinnati Contention and goes to Congress yUrrtuut. uch aa uu single act of Cougress baa that it wits their interest to be so,bemj qtteitaa.nwcly hborvr -
    in nis official station than the law of J< ry Courthouse,.... '* .......,..,....*., 5. and introduces a bill into beSaatu which propos ever before ecureJ." and harm; f.. cinprU wh IiWd

    son John Van Buren are both in favor the land,, nor any distinction Between B ayport,............. ** v. es, in the free.'fthe priciples of Nebraska bill, Comment U nnaccesaarj. The News is the S<
    of Buchanan. The Ex-president, ; the States iu their relation to Tunipa, ... ........_. a w. rtttlonalinttrcention"" He admiU it to bea organjiud Lc Pairtiit the home urgmof AiRer.cm i egni.* Wet And nut eon a u4'd urst by the ynnog aatir*OAoQt.tut tlwldn.

    mainly-because'Mr. B. is in favor of 31 ciHinvillCf.......... .4 .f.v...._ the "emphatic rcpreseutaUve of the Kansas **
    each other or to the Federal Government > failure and a' humbug, and repnduU the principle isHue. ny! oposed the union uf chard w4 SWi

    Squatter Sovereignly.Hon. honest in the expression of AdamsTille,...... .... ...Uv.i...... 10. of non-intervention since it has failed to promote Where is Col. Ferry, with lib letter of acceptance? and the lViet-rkMen FiTerjr. who .ee Ito.
    ; Ocala,... .. .:.. 11. p.. Pejrauce t the l'.peot .maa4MthsCs.stiIiiii.iin
    Edward Bates of Missouri, his opinions, and open in their avowal ; fats selfish ends. Can the people rain be deceived of tbe.Uniwd Suto.
    Ho'n.Trancis Granger of New York Pilatka: U. and made to sing bosamii* to Douglas and 3Ir. Cill f.Uoired in a speech of pnmthrji,
    Hon Hiram Kelchcm of New York, !; of uncorruptible integrity, of St. An iistinc,.j. ..., 18. democracy, wbeu be lias repudiated the great principle To 3Ir. Osuaburs.1ailSrOsnaburgsIci which sh'.wed off the sn
    ; great and varied experience aa a MddIeburg',..... .... 4 ......?. 14. of the Xtbnikka b II himself., It was by this ? a bail light; chtr rd them with beioj qpi4Ii
    print again .
    Hon. ,Wm. C. Rives of Virginia and statesman anda, !legislator. Millard 3 acksuntiIIe, ....,.,. .............. 16. non-intervention piiuciplcot the Nebraska bill we Right wH I ken that lofty strain. the the laws Cwiutilntion of the fame of the, and Uaut.dShiks then give,ki*ifa bal rf

    Hon. Milton Brown of East-Tenessee Fillmore appeals by the wisdom and Nassau Courthouse,.. 17. were to receive our just rights mder the Constitution. Whereof the hopeful youth grown vain the -callej Know Xothiog* wbea they inta*

    are in the field for Fillmore. impartiality governed his JobnsTille. Col.Co... 18. And mrnced. .. -
    which being so o'er-chargcd with self-conceit,
    He next spoke of tic eai>di!8trt for tJUTreaViencr
    li
    Hon. B. F. Stockton has declined cwBSrcrMcKnnejs >
    past career to the conservative sen lithe South did not secure her Constitutional Thinks silence for Amefunfit.. he! tried U sh the nomination for the Presidency timentof the country, and if tho White Spri up*,...... 2ftHon. righ'a by the adoption of the legislature principles So thought Oliver Goldsmith of old,. seiiitler; scunJe>t. .HiNbo UTer qoc tii>C

    and, formally declared for Mr. Fill- signs of the times do not fallacious W. W. JlcCALL, Eastern Elector, will accompany of 18.V>, she has gained nothing by the passage of Of whom I oft bid beard it totd- 'lie then spukeof FdlnnreanFreeW't.11tenipted
    prove 3Iaj. UXDERWOOO, and wddresa the people U> by the Kai.bUI
    more. This will secure New' the Nebraska bill. We are told by Gen. Pierce'sFlorida That, like a stranger t.gnod si nse. he prated pIora ui.
    Jersey the result of the November at a portion of the places aboTO named. itsaid in 'he samtpLit1'rm,and very iqaifly
    for Mr. F. without' peradvcnture. organ the Hac>, that with God's help Rather tb m his worth shvutd be underrated. fl.r the uth. saving tloct 1.At1i *
    election will show that
    The ( Resolutions he. is dcsti- News wants to know why we didn't and the aid of another democratic administration, And thus it i is. onr K llaui! Comnv>dore" Frtm', t is fMnorf.nt ,egarii&a sf. IZE'IV
    following adop nate once more to occupy the Presidential we nhall bare a slave State of Kansas in lias ( '.and 1hctbeF.lhnarel' *a DO betfer hr ft*
    pnblixh Mr. Cube It's correpoudet and asks if vplendid grown u be ruch a pesl and bore, r. .. .A .1 t .._ iw! -* r* nman
    ted at a late illthorc meeting in chair. due time." The editor of the News democrat In *, c'iuin, me lIPIIy VIEY1U
    Mr. C< makes too many admissions (for our weak a view of h humble station life.. ut cit d by irar1cin h&1.citisN* Ibd ,
    Smyrna, Delewareljovrs l the state of The N. Y. Evening Post charges Uimach? We bare nn gtwd rouon why we should and the editor of the Patriot i is a democrat,and says We would thiukh waaopposed' tb political strife, they Vit< t" >r Fitlasore they wiUjarow;; sway *
    a feeling in 'that gallant little State. Kansas is to be free that the Nebraska Cat -. *
    Mr. C.'s letter its sure bill nb, alas! it's upon this stage- ; *
    to ,
    object publishing except rotI
    tte fCur '
    that Mr Fillmore of wtwt
    1.:Resolved, That as National : cooperationvith length. We will make this proposition, however, has secured all for freedom that'could be desired.' Even in this enlightened age-' dose Uvnwcnita.br wyinp We mt badiw fiftr birbetwUV'

    JLraencans; & pndatc4all sectional Mr. Buchanan against the of 1812 ta otir neighbor: if lie will publish! an article from We should like the editor of the A'ewt to explain The gallant desires a part in play, prctMl..r we wire all bniijrry enuojrt to> 71jm

    issnes* in- rthe coining Presidential and the administration of Mr. Madi the New Hampshire Patriot,, the h me organ of what manner ot bill this Nebraska chap I is. While And bear.tbe Laurels i'f fame away* l >ticet< V0'. hower, to* alas' wt !

    contest, and.tecognize only the interest son. As Mr. Fillmore \vas.borne in Mr. Pierce, we will publioli Mr. OatellV letter, he intends to make 'Kantaa a slave State in duq From all the aatyrista of our time ; ; i... home to get dinner. Yours, Ic,

    1800 be was twelve times bis brother of t the Patriot, under the InthisorauyireigPdime,, ., -
    of th i whole Union. "* exactly years of certain and knre If the Editor ol the 2ftvt it operation ; '-

    : 1 2. Resolved, That we mu t heari-: age at the period mentioned 1 We anxious to see Mr. CabeliY.letter in the Jtepubfc of the same law, is not only going to make In this the yoqngster sbowa his humor, ; OFFICIAL .CORRUPTIOir

    and always thought that Millard was can, all be bos to do.U to publish this article (tons half dozen new Free States, but intends o abolish And if we trust to madamerumor, The Post Office Perverted to, FMtT
    bfi doithe
    ' A; ly approve c Hon. smart, but this is making him out to the Patriot. Wo challenge him to do it. Will slavery* in Missouri- and* Texis., Truly the Ne- As viewed by those by whom he'a tnotcn, Pnxpose3IPQdnzst4J.rtd !!
    Millard FiHiripre, as the only Union braskit bill ( wonderful machine and Mr. lie assails; in terms of vile
    be "head and shoulders taller" than jondo.it ? Swallow! it down, neighbor, and[ If s a Douglas nproach, W.r
    and conservative candidate for President is the inventor.We of Sensible of honesty and .
    jour fovt tomacfhoul3; become eohr bjr effervescence mean, cnnrse. Stephen Arnold men. note -
    of<'the-United States, and An any boy of his age, even in this progressive and turn dawn on' jon,'wbich will IItHp Dorijrlan, the man whn accepted so promptly And prides himself upon his.withering wit,. The feluwng! preciu4ls d4UIflOt1I jjtdLdT

    ,3J' drew Jackson Doriclsori for Vice Young American" generation the gastric juice frum flowing through the brewing and w cheerfully )lr.Dixon's. ,admedinent tu his Though really an as*, he dares bi& > s* r. Critic been sentti.ut C.entrnt tu C,.inm-ttee the 1'zstmcteT1, atspeikr WubiflK. b7

    President: But no matter, how big the .vat,: voo must: "fling up." Our readers :iwill bill which professes t
    4 3. Resolved That lie they tell against Fillmore,} it will excuse us, for we are really anxious to ace this article with the North, and then after heJs defeated in the 'To notice his tr.fling. wuitbesssquiba. Baomt if sd9ai; $
    we arc opposed avail nothing. He is bound to from the Patriot io the columns of the .Mwa, Cincinnati Convention,Introduces tnntb'er) 'bill into Though nature's made .him'quite'commbn'and'plain. dent OmmiM.t Wa lAbytoT Is1!2.1Z
    to tim election of James Buchananto go
    the Postmaster at--
    and we don't want the Editor die from the United States Senate which admits tho whole .
    the into the White; House,, despite all t the;ef Sic-Tbe 1)emccratRatG4! CD
    Presidency upon the principles such miserable slanders. f'ct3-r giro him nftco2'advico'in(! case thing be'a humbug a''da failure. From srl&conccit he's grown very vain; pectfully rvquest yon to send In, ttjoor
    of the.Ci cinnati platform. Wo S.. U ditayreetvrilb him. The main'principle*of the Nebraska Kansas Bill Possessed with th.i ide tbat he's quite handsome. con ren ivncew- 1istiI. .

    condemn his known opinions in favor Destructive Conflagration ... are correct. Wa agree with the Aevi that the re Wonder oot that hea exceedingly dandysyme. Of English numrs. DIICbP

    reducing the wagers of the laboring A most destructive firc.broko out LET TUB TRUTH ,Ifl KNOWN. peal f the 'Mirsnuri line was right but,we fear But of all the trait* the 'man possesses, and 1.French Of German nnmeaof Sw e-Usb.peTS*

    nofthiscountry to the rate inthis; city.apout 'middayof Wednesday Keep ,it Before the People little$ good will result from the passage of the bill That which his Vanity most caresses- letters through yoa? pu t 5<*; UkIIeu.

    of last, consuming the: Fouhdry By referenw to"tbe Senate Journal of the adjourued which establishes the odious doctrine of "squatter Makes him most'contemptible tu human vi'cw, sending them IMDIICT.tiCducnmeQtI.Dcurszi'
    thopaupei'labQr9f Europ.hisopjoitoq.tolho : : Sbowa him an ass and 'too.... to p TOote tile eU tLn ,f th*
    an
    belonging Messrs. Shines and the ,session. of the, Legislature, which .cope sdvrelgnty. : .. upstart id and 'c'ice' FTIV
    of ; Inees fi>e th Pre .war J812-14, :.. ,Is b.s desire tu khow himself of talent
    rcned at'Tallauassce a man ,
    workshop ;and out houses the oti the 2Gth NoVember, 1855, theJJn dSutca.T Scry repeC''CUAI
    antfthe doctrines of the on ceQ.Lw. Ca1Ele! Born tu JLPAdlrcss
    piratical pages STandlO9', U w'ill'be secVthat Cut Mjrfcky) -' ruler-yea, even in tie? Cabinet"
    Ostiend Circularto which his name premises of B. W. Dowcn, Ewj.The tbo Whig Senator from Jack son County, and noir Tbia gentleman b-f take'n the place of Mr. Dell, What c melancholy fact; but yb'alus I IAs : t n.r aImafrvvirl.r
    *
    l attachedJl. Jl, consumed property was not1] .insured, the }'illniire'Etecto, for West Floridaintroduced! aa the Eastern Buchanan ElectorVand we learn above asserted, be** a consummate;

    This'Democratic "Sag Nichtw Ad1ministration'has making theilosscs :very Iburdensome preamble: and resolutions agairut.raiting..tht from good *authority that' he said, In a late speech, Full we I he deserve the kind cunaid ratioq .1. Dux8e-ts the Posmatei------'

    -ordered that slave to the unfortunate, sufferers; The price(tf 'tin knd< Ixlonginy. jo, tit .Internal. JmprovemtniFund -, that he hud as soon see Fremont elected Prudent : Of hhi I>fcof>co frivnddittll- over,the nation.- -i' 1e2t4u" Demu tats. the U4'1,tC14.flba 1* t b"netc $
    U that good/trae and Ve tl4ried patriot; Uillurd toi the intnecl.ctely u the 1IIIj.P FUWe
    Fly rescue of tbia of cb4P'u4
    man paris
    disaster the and MiPrry't
    was fU tk
    labor shall not be result; as we arc fhai \ rtOM"
    longer employed Fill (.onvenIMaej it was
    all
    ( more. iWe are not at surprised to ace him ''Tfciyoung"bachelor( arU "
    ,. informed the carclcssnesa Democratic candidate fir Governor, sated ayainittttadoption'flf nd hearts; t1tflOStZb _
    negro &ater
    pnttbe new Custom House building laborso bird hia
    ikett'ReAutu jn letter to.towertbegulUpf Filly : 'Ese lila Bool l thtoppresiT weight, the TeeW f
    f in New Orleans.thus dis"criminnting and but for.the .extraordinary more..and 'r*'** that black-hearted traitor the Which prtipertjontte thr"t 1Wt10
    practically :A' ej it tyort;< '.P. pte-Th4t; Dl, .''Wiilkor. : 4! tds aa th* ratponaiblejoaeii ef SlttU \ officev UptaeIamini P" '
    in favor.of foreign fnt and, praiseworthy exertions of ;our the American candidate for Ooterrfor,< is one of bastard aonT of a,Frenchman, ,aft?f jjavfng m de 5' -lvbia bead, I tbk. tbeuilmentlava-.. Office Ifcp-rtment it iAmn
    .- soUimiQG principal of the, South! citizens, the prossediforward bya.prevalent the Trustees ofthe' Internal Improrement Fond such declaration. It would appear, 'accordingto 1thin I am right,'for men of.Ait w.aj,' will br be-lbw remitting delwhC"Sdr or) rttero *j

    CoramerilU fjuperfloous I J ; ;east wind; would: ,have and did rote; with M. D i I'apyaaiist; raising the hi* letter, that Fremont, >the 'candidate of the .-. Arenfien tnmbfed with'swe'ltiug in the head, The 1 -incipt.'ebiect in mikiII.F

    The Albany Argus and Philadel l- swept over one of .tliQ most beauti price of We in
    Intend
    publwhing.! letierl en tire/:next Tb.n ducetnOts
    a ; for!the
    O1E remedy bigbead" I beseech
    ,PCT7b
    fult8ectionof our Tho md abi Ia
    city.
    phia 'Pennsylvahiaq, two I.c/diiig showed ? painful f irt'o a wBlhe"afbptt iTof Col"MjricV resolutions wwki arid.R'TBi 1 p Mtijg notice. Wa heq' teveral i 1 joatry. *- : ,(l' ; Ing1bi the th moc'tk ptrty ospeakU1', whO VI9"ed

    L&tfOCrntiCpaperstiro jnbila over scene the 'necessity of: -havirig shW tVat 'b'e'i fawr' of air'gtbricO honest, bucrats c34nfteud, some win*, Foropoik; my.wjird the feun.will die, // durinjthecumio&expense's aflrFsfsr

    the'leltef Mr. Tan Buren in'favorofBachanan i without delay) a Water Engine of thow fanda, i&e'ebject >f wbichVould beta will not Tote tjietickVrnnieM he ,decJin a.-, We AudbavbtUbobe.v! ? -, ; pervciy. tiut ever'.FiIULUwihwiwc

    to combat raoro successfully, the -, venture to saylf this, letter (a well cifculaled'it Unhas ImDIcfi.e ALS Ci2biIntertstliUss
    proressof prercnt the'rr meof ofar> State Irom purchasing L : rtrTitf be given.. ., efEtt to.
    Aa' recent"1 icfn6cnitic RatlfecatioaTmeeting ? this fearful element. We lands. / .: ., ,> wjll.'damage.Jhe'Oemocratic pkrtr'In East Florida Oh, wbst & pitysucn|ytMitb.SbotiYd i.- i desirable* result.evtry. POIUU !Pfl.$PV'--4

    *, tiopeibur city 'anthoritica: will take ,&<& i ltfr4ffk pebpte- fbAi. D. S. Walker be aii i egett! d by jfubHo bpiafeo, \xtS they lire eonsrdered the wPS".ad.fctbe
    "? ndianapoli nuin- thisrraattehintocoiisidcration aod il: P. P pmembefa of the' TJ6afi( of Trus.; pie, tneremar< b 'VfewDemocrnta -whoagree- ThaVid'order JTo ihoW muj *lf a minion. panr-in' .their reapeeUvt. otIbe.Iluil* wjjthtrecipienUi.1
    rTofywlvwa'lk'cd in jiVocesa- tai vtM bdnst wfth hlmbnttbft! : ,the P Hf i*"
    joajorjtjJof; tb4 Democratic .
    41."DEM5CnAIC Bu vrntca for the DunocraU* and rVea"to r sdi' thattBey aboaia ""f* jubiatAtM.
    : oni!ha blh rwile participated \ EcooW.-Be. itreii 'and brtiieir.TotM''prvVe'l enaeiTts to be friends'tothe party |coJ9 (drdffeitinjr }'rrnontit all haxa>dt.-. 2/i* prodacUous, iwhich b i thinks: th :public lute i it M out. Just I*'*

    ,. Tlfree limeJ ljaTd ; ; National iiib&edthtt thecraticd1nThTst'ration fir.esent Dejnor >etliera.InourButo; ; ',1 f. Let iur Ameriota |ri ods band this )letter rni d -r* ur.vlk-\. L.' J. Please send ns th.DmeOf50"Wrerw'ber.aftsr. **

    .. Pemocrtci no'miriated: a candidate has spent1 dur- :, Tbtaw are &cts, n4 ftour American, Wendy* .\\P lv* buuid'& kjl|5tbe.author,,as 'dead at.' j4eqL S uIae !earut not so learned u It. 4 lag Detn&Tt hi you&dJrsUWnEo ?town. wBooi .
    msfcejtbem kpowpwbehTef'; b' tommies'of r, /iie4 jf vak M*f "pout1eau1ibture A t'. caniasls',1T Oi' fiAspre -> -__ n ;
    : tor oVico Presidency from Ken Jng .&cistence Disigarcf utes ucjoieucs'tlat be.
    yeafof
    overyA ,
    more Walker.b4tre &endcivpriDg' deftst his eleo! f *
    giilatii t'ud4a tyD.C..S
    S )'ciuth. bout ,
    4 oneyjna'linieo: peace- rjHan ever tion br him ';-;: f [ ; ,
    .? misnjpreir ntibff' on" thlf fnbJfcU Is : From; the'fir\Vesittthe Pastmau rsars thus
    Af
    lantic crtait
    '
    &dw fotit1 kh, boP th'ef Vavcurose was expended ina tin' ofvar E; nWtlmf Dot:tho ew hiymebt V>f'och loVand cobUniptiWenJe UoWdoTQuTthmk.8 w111.fo T'.',, pfc youth so gtIsutycllis aM l brave, ; *ui utN 1b"tious sub

    w ii1rk ? .In we arp faxed I jtwent) Millionsanuuaily as to dcfeat Ufl Walker enbago to*disgustth f 1astbu&K"4"*">Awcitff"" *" V>o
    : 8.fl84 .Richard E1Johnitn for thiis ; 6P 6ffice- friendfpCfrn4hrin'4j sticff ? f :Tbree..weeks a u be -ws-at tb* Uibofthe hill...a ,, an hon fabie'eause, mhsL fro 0mee' Y. m e ,

    : ; % : holders?: ? *SSao *:. .,: j.r ** eAC1d* -, L < i* 1'fostnrght:*lliji bVnee g dew;Tje'Il*,')**be 11 at'ia tb9'quU bottom afgninoaa;oh I he V b*e too atem ..l amitr flJX1YWAeJtiMJfthegrukt.spp1afu.; ;d rcoiuntiog( the pritissa that are; lqe c 4tdLnst4ute.ans.basgb.ta; flqutaedUU l wit Fi4p
    *
    in 1848.fo fir '' (S fr **'*+#* **. r*'* ;Tblsyonne politiciau,-wboVa Lttnocrat true;
    icc yjffr Hresident' Marefn: Van -The* %eotiii' Prmbvterian chi taut a BoebiinJil go 4 dotra, FHUBure.enmetrniM .&iid let% ) lath, 1se beaiaiNsLangad
    DOWfOcflsbi1gs n mudc&ly jug.
    % 1i! I1UIT6 pei W 6 tWflhf Buren'-SaB Vrit'icn a strbrig lef fef in : deribtirithank .to- 1jCj&ea JickBonrillof Tbekcf n Kenled.NewYorkHertld! Mjathat Mn )* $* ..aigtdbotoro
    1 |Filln> JMYq frtfrrM? t\F Xfw tyjJil,* l f l itl-rv.i_ rto; !r.tfllct6taJdJnMirDjtalibing1hefiw'in! ; : p.prtutja1-sIueetbl4: 1in Wbi work. 'Eoo$ ZO 4a.:
    *Tbst:1a:
    ui Aiire
    tiilet bave
    Lh Tam'riiny that jjOujrcb 'on ihe mofBin of the/25th 'i t; bccbnjeepmmlMBtflgijm.in tho. you ,
    ifj-\ "' *-a? > 4#tf B** '* p?**- **"* W ( $ $ flu write ir"-v i V. *i' .
    foreground thrpicture; Itoridaki>**ti* rFrpress .puriicularlj.thaFira! Company which iraj prompt* worthy.wimeeling a gentlamaa.8 i sijb tnt1rutlng 011011..1Ntlmgvingsa
    iaysthIsstis..t&hyyub1icann'fl Jv i Oo groondaodtbebcgrb womeo,, but loir V Jw" TXT t tJ11 iSoithoOca1a'-t fr&cayfT._* ?*> Tb pJ ta4ur rWrJUugyoo *lioald' if'Mgr i**"seouunl t the .pe4In't
    : wboaeroinp sinric es1n cdnveflnjf watr utfl'tbr.Engluacuuld.b. : utt 9/okj,* ad:1 baa iisphcedjibIs l wdIC1
    hare opcrate to help Mr. Fiflth goi.io.persUw thG iaor eaU.djS6!
    giTCn oi most bane been dcstrf cd. *** "r : btii' i44Y; Uons appearance crowded out this wetk.




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    ; ::; wiles IbY T.reigi1da the BALM OF A TIIODSAKD8 FLOWERSas by J&abttb&isui,4uch. .. .. ,,,.. -- k11IyI1Ii4i .. .. ,
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    Turkey Morocco oiire colur AUOUt3TA1 L6Oo tonij c4t Twe Lvi i ;
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    ii.b we bid Dot morning. A fifty cent buttle will lost nigbt ,acd the other purple, richly gilt, .. .< Just .Received FLORIDA 1, 00 toM, Capt. tAnuc. .
    2I 2S ,(_ 1ccct7 tha 3Ur I1i de *7.rcrl a year. QUARTO BIBLES,(withplatca.)-One fine 4to ALABAMA, 1,200 ton, Capt. O. R. aa oat- '
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    s1 carvful to caitT b- eq ired"bT ainjr the -BALM Bacon S&; ;Citran'Wurcesterhire. Sauce Leuion These shfre are among the largest on the : pioiac4
    be too exrotiag OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS." It wifl nrmore JBpiccopsU Prayer f'ooki.TalSoUc Crackers,Ac. Jtc. UtIsT1rpsaed In speed, uMy or comfort, .or by s aaul -

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    : d their OWU tearing it of a soft aad roseate hue.. Wet a towel, PR ESS-Ooe perfectly new and July >, 1858. / *. : ed by skiltut careful and jAt. urs.' tecbsjiealities*

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    Miss Murray's Letters i li%) cairns,ytan-
    OF A TOOUiUJfD FLOWERS' rob the beard choice contents. i.9,1e5 -. 13 s.
    lleflba,1be'uewbuokoiIrs.Bremer Broadway, ..
    ToVG SAN. loO w- *%
    well and it.will m ike a beautiful *oft Ijther. much
    These
    with other Books and
    ; numenms articles Susan the Ff henn n's ChUtrie in
    Tula. .
    > Daughter V 1O
    facilitating Cent operation of tearing Price only in the Stationery line, for sale by The Tangtetuwn Lctters br the author of1Rect For Hdrida Ucm's Mx
    Fifty Fur sale In Jacktonrille br
    of Mrs.Dr. Rogers.he C. DREW, S. )rd'.f Bubbletoi* Pariah.** l.M Through ln25 work; ak *
    j.icide painful intelligence, lh*t C.DREW. -ir 16 Ocean street near Bar. Margaret llaitlsnd. br the aotbur Zaidee, 83 V. -. ,_ to 30 hours- to euz.'v.. .
    rretiird At the Book Store :
    1et LwjfrvfDr.W.LC. Roct s. -,_ ..1 The Ktckest Scheme Ever Drawn Conquest ol Florida, by Tbeadure Irving, 1,25 Taiatka of ooeof .
    dUIJ
    'P% frtttnbishand. The Sung trf Hiawatha; '. J.ini THE FAVOEITE STEA1TEB *,. .Xlaffcida
    ataiivik$1but past Lu bern an ungr111vict1S TbeMvthueffliwatbby ff.fc Scboolcraft, ii the unfortunate, -

    IL' uit1npe1&n. Just bfur the Sundries. $204,000 Widow Bedut Papt-M, 1,25 :a aocetsafiu
    TetnFDed to bit Sparriwgru .honor and -
    1 R4ILers Papers 1.0
    TO BE DISTRIBUTED !
    1 bip' O&is., High and ex- Alone-.The Hidden Path each confidence
    tbe T t! Red Marking Chalk Metalic Eyelets for fartening 1,2.3
    beard to p** between'him and document*; Silk Taste nn spools, for ODD AND EVEN SOMBER LOTTERY. Curaminff's lltyitera';Life among..Elephants, .. M.
    fruLandMrs. Rogers w u Drawing und Brwjts Pins Red papers ; and other Vild Animals, in South Africa, 'CA R'Q Li'NA **.-. '* .
    Paper Office Tune
    ;
    ALABAWJA to add
    sguVU InMict.ffI'en% and Blank MUMC P..pe The; LOTTERY JACTBUUZED with colored illmttrat ion*, .. 1,50 of m
    ; the.Aather
    I rrrstrd, and while under Rudiments .-f Drawing on netts uf crd, for the [ BT THE STATE'or ALABAMA.] Victoria, or the World Orrrcume, br Caroline L. ITI. COXETTJ3R, ca e. ol..
    .
    $ Ct j-e. Mr. McLsos the ahtriff jounp; Tissue Paper; BnffEnrelf.pe Paper; Blotting CbeeScbh/, ..- J,23 W ILL resume her regular trips for the of then of 4,
    *_ .!.arrireJ at this place in search Paper, white and red in largv and final! SOUTHERN XHLITAR AC&DEIYLOTTERY. by tearing. Smti Wtwrf on .' oy-notice, ia--
    'This: w a true sad rent, aue par *heet ; Copying Ink,and Oil Paper; File-boards BOOKS FOR YOUTH. the 25th innU at half putt two o'clock, P. 1L, : it restoring to

    jibe tnibe relations of the parties, of paMeboard, for filing away papers ; Iu voice The- Ba'loon Tnirelnnf Robeit Merry and his every TUESDAY at the same time she will the patient t ar
    t to reecirethe fympathies otia B" ks and Letter-holders, Letter and Cap ire. Y Friend* Peter Parler. for Jdcknonrilfe, Pieotata end Palatka, and Ia the trial- *
    ung by l.
    Itauers their aflictioii the It is detd but I Fur sale bj a DREW. Class F-New. Series.To Adrentnre of Gilbert Gii-abead, br Patter 1,00 other landings on the St. Johns Rirer. ? $-
    : tlkt Dr.> R i;crs alleged Ocean St. n. ar Bay.Graham's STAGES connect, .at the places named !
    j The Wonders of Science or the Earlr Life or czotsa
    Mont ;
    f this the irtib'ic will; bo Drawn in the City of
    iIIcL Bat of Alligator, Madison, and other interior ia the pro
    $ Young Humphrey D.irrbj Henry
    tS iun.-.gtiOndZ Lkfl11C1tU. gomery, Alabama, iu public, on hew, Mar-. jtno East and Middle Florida, St.Augustine and the At&e*

    Magazine Wednesday August 13th 1$56 Cottage Architecture, fully illustrated, 2,0> on the Gulf of Mexico. than justice- *
    Returning the CAROLINA will
    leare
    .f Temperance.Omcc Ttt*
    Irring's Life 'if '
    eonS I FOU AUGUST-FOR SALE BY C. DREW. ON THE HAVANA PLAN. Washington. Sheep, Benton at 8 o'clock A. M. Thursday morning, him as .
    or TEl G A\D ScctBt. I Thirty > earn. Pre.cutta Phillip II, and many other
    j I HE AngOft Nnmbt-r of Graham is nnu.Mial/! -S. Taluabte Standard Works, for sale. 11 o'clock, and Jacksonville nn Friday at 2 integrity they
    i 1 full and r.ru.u* in omteutA. Sereral of tlte C. DREW A. M. reaching Charleston that night, -*
    tsQrEySesvn! ofthe Grgt.d biti'iionJASiiNJ leading article being ilu! trated after the manner SAMUEL MANAGER. Ocean Street with the Xew York steamers both ways. JL'K"**'
    SANP near Bay.
    held in )Il3nticvub ()n For freight
    Temperance fit Jflrp'r. July 9, 1S58.Southern. engagement* and other most eonrpre-
    d fuiriu flesutiuni vtietlwiI4 TIlE EW VOLUME OF HARPER commeno apply to W. M. LAWTON A CO.Agents. oa the'

    n ing with June oTer( *i'uitisbletimefurztib..cr.bers 30,000 NUMBERS Quarterly Review. Southern Avoiding all
    I ITeMfdk4the t-, begin the work. Thoe wi.hingtbeJaue sun JOHN BROWARD, to tbe reason
    Tbt Sob"rdinate Plrlslons that ber ai.d tlkise l.1kwagc&i be fuippl.ed f.riiny Thur. lilt No. of the new Series of the Southern J-i'y ?. &S; Jackson rifle, objectionable'

    T tb-ru-re. or hare ceased tu j jminef'Ce period by payment t... the snbsrriber iu adr..uce, 15,185 PRIZES Qn-rti-rly, under its new change of Proprietorship can oh-*
    141 w.sk 'n tIt.r.iIQerSwbd fur delirery to subscriber*, at $5 per an For
    j jt Enterprise his The
    1 *rcdiig to the usual terms, $& per annum. -- sons.
    e &.t-y bare ni.t been wirvbs July 23: a DREW. Purchasers in odd num. C. DREW. treatment of.
    Esi1 buying one
    e, that U e> bere.j _! Julr9, 15.G.r. I44 and and, with tee > *V

    ;4:1bt1a: c.i.A ap4.Ctk.I) Number and even Number Ticket JfjL Landings on presumption to* *-
    the Grand Scr.bc M> iufunnlu tf SAKHCTT. u. ALLLD.VDL
    dd Ui! at the merely
    REWARD.
    ; $50 drawS
    iu.J th I U.' s.v Ij)4vI I he must BARRETT & ALEXANDER .;JZ St. John River. of acme twenty
    .
    D.r.' ;
    .i4 UNA WAY fr' m tlie subscriber in Oiiti, FL. '
    be The Steamer DARLINGTON
    tlc cwe 4 Tuiq.-ac., re- H Captain iii. ;
    *.bri4I.: 1Li.uti. sa p1.c.iuti.twaddrti.ed rda. in Aj.r.l. I-..*%Tnr b y GEORGE. TheGtH I Ijd Pri:'. tl in/all vi'ftovt De 1VCtaUn. Wholeaile and Retail Dealers in BROCK, will leare Jacksonrille. erery without the

    41.pethcc t. ge if alji>ut 3'I rears old and A f tt? 7 or H mumin __at 8 o'clock at Palatk
    arriving *same work. It'
    Groceries
    S. IIjKLg.. :rd Scrb.Mgd.C.1I.F1i.. incite Lijh rather on'ck J>jvikenc iniilcXKin not PRIZES AMOUNTING TO Provisions, JCai's, Oil*, Tobacco Leaving I'4.ttka S O'Clock Monday n3onuic and sorrow

    rery dark. Front tetrtli mwch decayed and pn.ba- :q Segars, Liquors &c. &c. connection wth; theieteiiners C.&rulinaand .**-P oplft
    Mr ('mt. He i i' rathr ir.cined It. be bowlegjred
    lie b hair Wi'l be dtribnted: cc.>rdinjrto th > 6i1owing! At the corner Store in A. M. ReelEx.. Building. will reach Lake Monroe same'day. '
    wi.rc : long nomrtime* plutled. I will
    will letTe '
    at S o'clock
    Enterprise Tuesday writing!
    MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. Pricrs Low-Terms (.4.
    of Conncil. the l tnie reward for his
    pocecdings : deiirery tn meat
    my and Palatka
    Cuiaiata.AuuIaab..n.. Middlt-bunr, riortda, ur placed in anr jitil M> I can I Prize of........ .. .*4 /*** i*....... *4 tOt>C*L at
    same day. example and
    him. JAMES II. HILL I d .... ........1so.s
    j-rt .
    JuH 23! I -i6. 6t I do ..... .......T.ixH) is...........7, iiOdo Hall Vg A. M..REED,Ag't at led into the
    U i racial tcstttrr: *>t tLu O-uucil, LJJtLis 1 ........ .. ..z,'wui{ .... .... J,0"0do Apothecary July i>. R. R. REID. AgHitPalalka. the sm

    1 .... .........2.''"'. is........ ...2'J"o AND SINGER'S SEWING DIACHLNE and their
    ls, D.-tH-r F. I. Wl w.ton, It.tcidaut. Notice to whom it may Concern. I do ........... ..lfl)4)iI.i ..........1,"* pcix.ru who desire to obtaiu full and who
    em-n I ITa. "j JOTICE i* la-n-liy g Tttj, that uixtr days after I do .............1,0 1 i*....... TEA DEPOSITORY : ALL inf..rm itu,n napectsng $ if riot
    CduoL : g E, K'l-jt' Oak, Wiird sued 1 ilatr. I will ajjp'y; I. the I'on.' B. Hotk| >n", I i do .... ... 2"0areAFPRO&MAT.OX .......... Removed to the New Store in Holmes SEWING MACUINE-their price, the cause or'

    Judge -f Probate t.-r IJurtl Countr,for lettern tc>- lut) do ( ) ... ) Building, opposite Dr. Baldwin'sOffice adrantagen, nire, iiupmremeuU, method of I to so cheek to enlight, and:

    tanLnirpt..'n, D-crs and B wdcn, asKMninw21 tiintttitary .>f the nuticnpnt.re Will of Francis S.bkdd PRIZES. ing. means of procuring them, and all other of
    tie tVuucJ to &ie the I late of aid C .uutr Jecua .e.1.S. 4 Pna uft2e A1p.t 4i.INl pre are SCA# Jacksonville. txulan: *-cn d.> M* br *i-i>lvinr attmr ffieefo. the source
    bT Si. SIIADD. 4 a. lt.0 15.*-M'prze are 400 Z THCRE i is kept constantly? on hand a larges ? 323 BROAD WAV, Christ greatest '
    latt tf tcnntiit yeu1, niaoe ii npvrt ol their Jactsonrnie, Fla. July S3, ISM. 4 75; M 7." 00 pr i.e are 8 t 0 V aud well elected assortment of BT tKTTXS OK UT rEUOX FOK on- I -

    btOs 4 II" f 0 "** 8. o*) pr zc are 24 i Drug acid Chemicals I. 31. slater &Co't ( azcLte.This ( } Intemperance'thongb it baa- : -

    iiff. said report was unanimously rec4u4etbiitkiisi Notice.V'OTICE 4 4' Fin -- 2.i.lh'pniZeaiTe iOi Always receired by the latest arrivals, warranted paper is devoted entirely to the not a greater
    4 40 ].<> x> pr zeare ICO 'rewh and genuine.* AI o, Machine iuttreat. Copits wifl be
    tbeC"Ui.cil tebdcTed A-r I IietIcliI4b is herebs giren that spplicatinn will 4 .4 .4 l0)4cj supplied my thanks on ,
    1.DsOprlt..re Perfumery, Comb, Brushes, Soaps to all interested.N. .
    bad their $ \ be uinde to the enMiinp Leifiolature of the 4 me,your ce-
    they discharged 2') 2' prizes sire 3"0 Lumps, linrning Fluid, &c. B.The unparalleled saeccs of '
    ou soactirdye
    Mate of Florida. Ia amend the < bnrterof Ircorporatum I30.') 8 amounting ......l0JiiO)
    Machines has induced >
    EM. of the Town Jacksonville Dural County which will be sold !low for cash. sererallranduent S.
    ; -
    Ottwtks.itirssXtaUfeT ,in said: State of Florida. 15.135 Priiis nmour.tingtn3e .. ... .... ) Country orders elicited and punctnillr attended ol tnein, Dcaices which numerous infringements of !orwrda
    : Thai the Icle&dact tnxmocs the fal F. I. WHEATON.luttndant. to. PhisicLms' prescript ious put up with care pateu54 we own siitreu. Suits for the United '
    and despatch, infringement uf our patents hare recently ft. Address,
    L't atacd piX4 S tu SJ'jKTJr kbd Jn-W cue Ticiots 810 ; Hive; S5 ; TKAS. decided in our firor in the U. S. Circuit Court ( crBor
    I5r nnlcr of the Town Council Jacksourille.
    rim rti.returntii by tb m, tbuuld not July letb. ZS ters 53,50, Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company. I I New-York and New Jt-raey. Ia these suits *
    hitssiu4tuaU; IXinnan.. as Aent for U.- Pea* of direct importation aud-of 34 rar.etien great principle of holding down the fabric to i'1 Book AgenU 4
    sewed to the urface of the machine *
    from a }{ to 1 fi>. in a package all warranted and by a _
    J.Hcrut.LA.lKCftitK.aijd Tb> O. H<.Imes, Notice. PLAN OP THE LOTTERY. pressure, which is used in all Sewing ,
    at low nric J.
    aid RQtnw,u nude Ly tLeui beiug, in tLe oi.u- J The Numbers from i tu 2*.0 *\ o-nrnponding extremely ? baa been ful.y vsltbliabed. The Wheeler A .
    igc.ti.id* *a+n, tun low.IW 'T'IIE Adrertlstr would ,pectfuIy!! announce with: the Numbers the Tickfts printed un *cpar.ite Conntry accompanied Dealers with supplied Cah. bf ordering son, and the Grover A Baker Sewing '
    I to ba rn t'4neni and the piblic generally, flip i>f paper. are encircled with small tin a* we allege, each infringe three distinct
    lUftlmll GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS PLAXTS Ac.
    i esectrdTeral account*sgain&t6eCrfuratilSjrsrett that be ntiino to *U.p'V the rari<>usii.uud ilagznes tub**, and pl-ict! in one wheel. also I hand.juir : otcued by,a*. We hare suits against them in '
    Work, Ae, h.ch were bt-li-w! at the j-ncts auatitdriz per i&onum, The fir t 117 Prizes, similarly printed and enc'r- s-tf aiwayc kept on T. MCMILLAN ml of the U. S Courts,, which will soon be .
    ftferrd t.Tit Faancwl Otuui.ttve. : i cl;-d. are placed in another wheel. The wheels are We hereby caution '.the pubic not to buy any
    Harper -zine$2 then rerolri-d. and a number is drawn fiutn the fringing Machines as they can be compelled Jackson,
    EfbrnTuuivtC
    l his
    i rt iilt< account, $4.,0->, Potn.sns'M..tzne ............ ........ 2 wheel Numbers and at the name tlirc a Prize i* Laborers Wanted. law tu atop using them, and tu pay coat* and .
    i&e iiaiaimm tf T.XW,-rffctrdi to FinaticeOnaottee. Kn ckerl*.c. ?r. t >0 drawn from the other wheel. The number and ages. .

    1l..n.els4d Word.. 2 <0 I'rize dr.&wn out arc opened and rxhihitcd tie the WE will pIT erentr-fire (Th) cents -,er day c r Local agents wanted to make sales .

    OB*wz,CcG&cC &ij .trued. HUcVwoiid,......................... .... 3 5i*> audleoceMtid rfpi>tcrtd by the C.mms'aiunera.the mid board, or oi'e dollar per dir without imprured Mfwiug machine To persons pi .
    God VL die Book.. 2 rllmhamV -> Prize being placi-d ag.iiust the number drawn. board for laborer, to work on lite FLOUlDA and quaiib'ed for the busincas, a rare ojip irluiiity ,
    F. \VI1EATOX, Inlendaat. Slapitine......... 2 2- Thin fperation ia n-pcated until nil the Pr.zcs are GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD. Payment tie be pn>(iubl and pleaaant employment is oSered.
    T. TV. X.r; Ftetr. lIurtieeiur.itcuuredp1ite! ,. S Vi drawn out. nude at the cud of every th.rtr d.eya. Work to New and impmred machine exchanged on

    --------- .--.- ---_- lInrik'nlturit, plain tuition......... .... 1 t$ APPROXIHATION PRIZES cuoinieuc* ou the first dar uf March next. trail terms lor old m chmt-n of every kind. De* -
    -
    t LiitcHV L'.riup ."> O1' A. J. FILLER A CO. I. SI. SlNiiEIt & CO.. and
    YL&RUIED. Frank IA\\.:\ Gazette of Fa ,hioai,. 2 20Jall4)uV The two preceding and the two succeeding Number Offic.-.Jacksonville, E. Fla. fcb7 tf Principal Office, 33J Broadway, N. ys,- ,#
    I I'LW. Pictorial, tit thin.e drawing the fir t 117 prizcn will be Julyjj, '..iGTranspareDt a dis

    1 Imdty mortitA Cist oil. by the Rer. Ladira Rrr oft.tory, Cincinnati, etit'tled to the G3 Approximation Prizesaccording BROUGHT TO JAIL i

    .8"*** &! 0. CoODiLt, of Button, I'etrrsn'sM.gizice,.... ......... 1 C Ii, the Scb.me.J X the l*'th iiist, a Negro Man about 25 or 26 Window Shades, *. F UaeM to
    -> XM luc k Eetirtcx of National Magazine.. 1 C4 "Tbe l.v>v) > Przeie of f S arc deiorra'ned bj O years of sage, and ab ml fire feet 6 or 7 inches Paper-Hangings, Upholstering : Naaca
    llif x, :'IUT& Anhnr'* Home Magazine,. I 3Ue the number which drawn ibel*".'* Priie-if thitnumWr high, naya he i ia owned by William S., IlaTJ", of Warehouse MHtbtietbe-
    it' prepared alit. to fill order for rtandard should? be an odd tinmber. then every odd lutal Couiitr, Florida and s.iys b.c name l i. Jaly. Beading Fluti**iitf a '
    end tuiecrliantfRn books and the current literature number t.cket in the J'-chenie will be entitled tie The owner or owners arc requested to conic forward Wholesale and Retail, 179 King ) Hearf, liar .

    SHIPPING if the day, whether tn>ni tln tr-'de or person* fs; if un eren unmber, then every even unmbfr prore pn>ptrty, pay all cbirgcs und tike corner of King & Bemsford Ii i 01 a tb.lying tlwi p. .
    ARTICLES. other walk of iodu try. llatring bad an experience ticket will be entitled! to 4S in add.tkra to anj other him aw-r, vr he will be delt. with according to S
    rtcwrcd per Steamer Ibis' of fifteen years in the Book Trade, be briierrs Pr.ie wh.ch may be drawn.AH law. Charleston, S. C. ,of Peipi-

    _____tI Gt1g.j C. DREW. I that be can g.re entire satisfaction tu all par th"e ticket ending with 0. S, 4, 6. 8, are A. B. HOOAXTH. 7'neiacril'a ife4dcg a large auortmni ,lain U tb4
    ties cnttusting him with orders. even-all th< *r ending wth 1, S, 5,7. Pare, odd.jrRemeinbtr Jailor D. C. aloce Chfdf: &',***) rolU lAPEl: .st 1ltat'

    FOR SALK. SpectnXen uumtero of the Maeazincs sent nn receipt th .t every Prize i is drawn, andpavabe.in Jacksonville E. Fla, June 17, IS.6. l,0w*pairtufVIXDO M'HIIAIJES; 100 Utr<* ,

    : : of sIx p t-office Ktarrp* for the f 3 t)0.) orrampltf toll without drducton. of retry description. Alto Pillow*, BoLtttrt, oft1r ta.
    'pI1T ACHES of p*.d LAND, in the town of the 0)*, or (6 Ou, w..rk will be sent. All Prizes of fl.Ooif and under paid iuimediatcIr G. C. GIDBS. is my authorized Agent, and Muslin Curtain, jJamatit, Satin dt i utm.mt pabili cue.
    & --. qiwhictsa Letters of inquiry must coi tain k st rnp 1.er the rt- after the drawing-other'Prizes at' the usual MR. whom peraoos baring bnsinens with me (Vbrnict, Blindt, f\re Scrtt**, I'tiutia* lbS th..aaufo.

    4! 'OrreGnte, io fkir condition; and turn xtiige Duets irnt. post paid,on receipt of time <>t So darx.Tbe .will. itlcaic apply. tc. AU li.idt of L'phoUttriny, a4tk bntliutt .' -
    M ihy The grure i directly on Uw St.mHes. publisher* adrertincd priCM.Addre drawn number* will be forwarded to JOHN S. SAMMIS. W1a1Nt14/JCJ to inattiU bra ad Uut bM flood

    '. WILLIAM PATTOX.Bookiieller. purchaser iNimrdialeljr after the drawing:. July ISIG. Zthah iAifur Florida Jfott.II. peopIe f
    lJhrtr1crts rood Lands twclye bAWL SWAN Agent and Manager, ) kf--ay auantar
    MSiksII Robot en. X. Jerny.If. W. KINSMAN & CO. fa*.r gim by'
    & SlaLh. on the King'* Iuzd< ** B. PubIiibrrsttl vprsrngtheubue Montgomery. Ala. Oiiriiiug Fluid. g. '.sr *and Ia-
    July ly
    .LSliSe.lIdjMl.( or WithuuI a small adrertiMtient (with ibis tmtice) a few insertions Agency at "APOTHECARY IIALL." JUST received Burning Fluid at 1,00 per aM a.,
    tsM U Ta.nIy aCTtief said and sending a niarkad o.py t<* adreniser. will be Jacksonville, Flo. ." at the aaouaJlbjr *
    laaJSsadcrkScelrth mcrup nowoait. On entitled to one of the periodicals in the nb-rre li>t THOU AS WcLftH and Jcrrcs WIMAX, E q.'fc APOTHECARY HALL, ( heap Casb Store. skeptical that*
    pruIiark4 Dwelling Uou e and UUt for one jrar. July 23, 1b56. Swum Conuuiimer to superintend the Drawing June .*tb. lS.n_ -Ct. Jacksourille. Fla. t cebiIJ tt .aaa;- St
    prrp.cdin,. >. B. Letter will beatric*
    : Ai-ply t1'lILLJ. cootaiuiug money 96 Arca-SU .
    B- IJOpKi Jacksonrille, Xotlcc.AU. IT attended to and cuufidcoUaL.. WM. A. G. MCLEAN. Wilson and -t

    TBcr o tke place. July 16, 16. Commissioned and Legally Qaaified! anM.usurer inform the Ladies

    .person baringdatrns end demands egninst .Administrator's! and Inspector of Lumber for RESPECTFULLY Jackannrille, and the .. .
    Take ? Estate of Farqnb.r Betbune. late of Du- Not1ce.I Dnval ConntfMAY rmndinjr unntP. 'ihuithey bare opened Feb.94,1 33S-
    Notice. Tal County, dcooukrd, an* requested fci prewnt th ?OUR werka after datevl aball *pt>!ly to the be jouud when his scrrlccs are desired new and beautiful stock of Spring and I U> btaf a .

    same within the time prescribed by law,or this notice Hon. B. Hwpkinf.Judge tif the Court of Probate >m ioquiry, at the stont ol S. X. Wil- Good*.Consisting in part of .Bitter Liver IIa -
    Mt Zigi WILIGII? lat.4 ew T.k Ci will be plead ie bar of their rrcorery; all persons for Dnrnl untr'fi.r; sin 'order to sell the hams, or tea deiicv of ilra.' Whituey. Corner DRY GOODS phrtkion.,inme -. .

    'YJtiPeetkUy mtwras the citizea* of JckT. indebted in said e Ute an rvqae>t d to nuke Stares and s' luucb if the: Real Estate'of Je'bn Adama aud hligaiuuStreeta.J.icks.iurulle. w a perfect car*, .
    srI..ndkt O that be ia isi'w immediate payment. MART UETUUXE, Lewis,late of Mid County; deceaikrd. as will" pay Fia.. July Vtb, 1B.S-rno Calicoes, Muslins, Ba rages. . ?$ the Cf REPAIR. Administratrix. the ju.t and lawful debts eel said estiute.AWREW ham? Jachonctsand Checked MiS e.egw .
    5G urjs.e .
    SM ? ; .. .
    Uiiu Lie July K, 1836.-4wi. ;Di LEWIS, Adr. CASH PAID FOR 0
    s. is fulljba preid bric's and .. .
    Black Cord. aad tali
    .h..n and Br J.P.tUxocasox, hi* Attr io Cici. ,
    n -
    ukCT rooms reasunaWt.ht at the- In the Circuit Court for the Eastern July. g. ItSg. 4t Bounty Land Warrant Chambrays CIialHes, Silk >'r b. pteoj -

    'tt4ers* fr those bre irbi, be will babappyto Circuit of Florida.Dnral Administrator's! Notice.; ,Bx- PHILIP; FRASER.- ,Lace Mantillas" Bleached anjj st, ,,
    hriire his
    'tIul4Prfrrrneeic begirea.raay irvqiiirvd.l&4. sd. County,Jalf 14th, 185C. TWO)Month* jfttr date,the subscriber Admin- Jnly9.&t bleached Homespun, Irish .'. .t S -. .
    .. E g4 John Lewis deceased
    Price Attachment I <>f the Ute -
    Patrick_ H. )v Asiumpalt Sum Sworn by to tiXXfimallwood ; will present account'aud. vouchers M Hon.B. HERRING'S Damask; Table Cloths and, Uute bees a.
    T1 fir *be.I5V. ., .
    ofa L Thousand Martin. J Bnd filed HUH. Hnpk.nit, JaJge of Pn.batey/lr.. the County of Patent Champion Fire and Buria.rt11ltthlt' kin'B. E. Diaper, L. C. amtilia hut
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    Flowers. ItaralfuraJkiwaiice.. J > 1 maetie .
    and all other interest- stris.-: chiefs Silt
    JMevdaut persons ANDREW D. LEWIS. Adr Fancy : -
    UiUa fresh rilE. wJl take notice ol the inatitntk of tb.savlt great interest ruanifeuted by the pnblic tu ewattng -
    3 dAt11 & By J, P. SAXDKKSOV his Atty. io fact THE Silk GIores aridrMitts "I
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    .f Fdlr..erz, xItUalaowell aitd they are hereby required ha.appear and jnlr 5, Itwifi. Sm. < ptrft t aecority.frutn Fire Liqa4 flair Ilyt*. .Alii plead to the declaration filed in said c-u*?. raluabl; papers. aiicbafiiiands. Kurttgea,-Deed, rod Gross Skirt?; Pliiib and Fi at I.jertd. .
    Ia41 ltujc O lur the cure iaRheujus. L. L FLEUINO, Administratrix's Notice. S'irtCT, and BookAof AcoHtnt thin the '.'rdisa.ryitte Ribbons. Siltimd Straw try ite aOtot.r -
    tTT&bC1 IIeadacI lor PUiuuflL $ % bertlofortt in 'UA hdsrd'iuduV the boot tne last o(
    Atiy.
    Ic. liar wek fler'd4te, 1'ahaTI *appty tie tb ..
    .and Bobenots .w nuedietae
    Silk lllosjon!
    THUMASJIILLAN. Jane I>>, 'LC. Ius. FOUR. B* flunJndge.efI'.hatef.r: DnralConntr SutnicrberstodeTute a lurjre portion of.time and :. si thuI vi
    I I, for siu Order ti. sell the Slarea su.d mi attention daring the nw&foitrte* years liitAakiHO an Carnbnc Ecteeings, areaetf tG *
    Corn for Sale. ; much of the RrI EaUte of Jacob Forrnja lale.of tftmiut4iaddtteoterlu for tilt ofjfftt ana ) f ete em e
    ChimccUaind Sleeves! Ar.tifi -
    FOR I deCeaerd/as will tbe and they o *w beg fcaye to 'aasiire their nmnenmsrnetidi ,. ,: hesa gnat
    rI1 SALE. BUSHELS K.C. Mii.d C rntia4 Mid lawful'C..nnty deUtet'f-wid., tati', pay; .,juat' ; aud tbepublicgentrallr.: ? that their efforf' 'Flowers and Tab?, Mnsqueto **GUnaaa Bn- ., 1.
    imiLX4TIor. kiown a$ F..rt ( 3 500 jcrcd tu Store and for mile low, 'ELIZABETH FORMAN. Mz.? haebeeflLcri'wued w.lh" complete anccea .; and. v Iwo t4ir/ S

    *, $ n.ath .( 'be Rvee St. Juhn'erjr*, ..tIloeg'.uldSwrcbY JB. WJLLABD.IVotice. .. By J.P.iiAXB.Ksox. bcrAtti 84.iri.flir the"L.ipThed' herrung's FutentWortd's tif > Parasol, an?, ,*. that vy I aated ream .

    'Lbw1 hviw.yg JiI.Y1i.SS6.! JalM5:) : .fl L4 'air miumTrrePr if_ afei-itn _, w t and: a:largb.assortment of ; eaau&meetf .

    : tn 4etailcd d.,. CHAmPION SAFE OF THE WORLD, &c. &c; ba*>e&aad "

    bitli& .re Ilieeeary.apd f Cu Ihe prin.at rc1ia ts'i: Hotel. uArnG fS WAKOCD KKOAU'AT Bora TBS Clothing. eoaM ubaJ a*sa.
    aerts
    Ts'f'bIck4d, a..$ las atat U orncE A.A o. CENTRALRAIL BO AD, JACKOVILLZ j TLA.: f r_ .. -Wurad's- And Fair in New, York Londoisv*1853."1051" : ff." l f&etd aadt /

    $iaiJ is feft1 &sd pr..dce.escelIIrCUIIOS -. JACo-. THE aoderaigued bW {ear* t.arail himself f As t4iall thvrs. It i,* nw uno'iMtbtedtr -" DressCruU, Flm el Shrt( <; ; ) *l Ou BM Jbr" -
    end sopeftiir
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    AtlabUe and s.f notifying bia friends -
    ITlorid
    f1sflEStuckIMiI4trsif .the opportunityof titIcd.toILs secured with do *PanU. "Ktftb dodo -
    :> ;appeltltitm/a
    "fS"gat. Besides the I Cull Central Bail -B.*d are Iwreby notified and the public geBtsr-Jlr, that hie bouts ia laZVt** Patent Powder 1'nx.f Li *,' (which' *!* ? -Vwu, Hat and Cape, ,bat f bar -

    tlShuIgimriit PhBb.ti.1 h&Irgtljudr iaaii'b Iasd that a tLIIb iVs&IameI IefirS P** e111" UP" M* thaW 'V tot: the recrpt-oo.of ptrrraaneat and was awardud UudiUaS shove,) fwriDa the motperfect Stock and Crarata,. Shirts and Collar. ui.eif*or sInes u-; -
    .say .wrpiibl i4 Capital rituck uaid G ipany bibec4fla4 in, transteut boardcra, by .tnct attrition bn.neiisand Fire and Burglar Proud Safes ever before :i BOOTSXDILOE& .'
    1lIiddI tlsn of bg *ed to be pardon or belore th*Jt e iitb.'f Angtwt wxt moderate charJre be hopes ta nerit a liberal offl-rwd to the Public, .' -* '* i L Ethe1M1M ;taiie, iTg.u.1L i .L
    Tbe', Ii ala.. By 4>rtl Ti>Ube Board. bare of pibiiciutnmage; 'f .. j itteSubacrubers manufsetartt'ill khidr f Jo do fine tad fr a from -

    "JINIl Yu Vlueb th beat 1tD O4 O. C. GIBBS, ___feb_ 24f :J9H.V BOZpiAf,proprietor.GOODS. ltoIS'and CTbiiled, Iron Bank Cheats and-Vau1ta, 4o ..kJd.l:4La;: n. t d T Sbocs A A v.._ .
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    with is a imf..rt* SeeV LTrwjurerY..A.1G.C.RiR.CO. 7 Vault Duu ca4 JlWoer UiM* ur Cheats, fur "da ; sift Owtert, -. d ..CwgreMaad u .
    a llrTs&wW3.eri tU *'st bmldTbe 3e1y.11.1t. q, Id Bn>k ix ;Jvwvfl.rs l ,.:and''Prirate--Families, fur 4okid Sppers, :; :

    tar : dinate Is reeeired'ai iotiaU ulnwrs at, any piatf. Dwra'imdt and other VIa.&b1es.Aadare )fiues Drd tduTs, Tomtb a do : : !'J. -
    ,The W1M$*$ aadBaek. dar.SSlimS : ; ..ttidrjftftiif.iLL'be saLber.ltobhi.hmestin IliiIMe.bV | alo Ptflt br pnrC4a* D *ManofacUirrfof doa&3Iiper daSboes ? ? :

    li. 44Rtesm rtfrua eoUL i lrM week, ths*i. SiDg1 th *. SlLAd C. HEUHLNO &COJP4tentec auortmeai -
    with of.
    g4 atht dnor, IB the (Sty of Jackaoorilie,oa the v TOieen -Together ?a large
    fac f. t. block .:XMflKwr |89 Water'Street :r
    4 BuoftINs firrt MuedaT D3IU5LDUV&1b1 j he 'legal ," *. '" HAW4Z \ f-vt atrsc iT 4TJT
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    4lat4P bsasse( sa1etbe.( Mneg14s, to wittJuan.W uiy W *
    srcj4ri..y.uE1agcu&b.Jqsa. &giDtCOrLq. r ? -- : : --- CUTLERY *- i
    fi'.bont --- .
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    Ui-r pli. iwe.kI ,up a irpi'me4: ..$a.abua&4t U3W 50 BbIs. Flour ; : -.ti.J$ .flpTnt i., *r i '- /- -.. l .-.. /? GRO ERlESi I a. .
    ; *.rab,a gi j shoaL Mx r1UIRTt dqiafter..daI.ba1lapply lathe F cI. w 1 flod rt to their toterartJocaU* 0

    ;14. :i3 iq' s ;b. Aiaer, examine u$1ock ai.tbe Ooolina oi>rner4,,ba ,--
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    to 3atesy sandry 4X.cutaoaa in a, awiC. io"Prk ; iurthMSjftta..vL.Ti;.4&w. $1341 lake ee.4ta ,

    3IagazInesTi Webb. BIbI1i J tks Bacon er h* s of Mrs.dseea peuesrs fta ttJ4ng to please-aU tbte- who ,b.r. ..' I., *
    I ed.ftftu i K u4-lwitb aujlJI1 orders frog ..
    Our iSmhl.ta and qui.&Sales. Ehisa r M '
    mnato
    Githrk .. .- Fkzzt$? & Ana* 1 ItT f W*1J5rEKTASTOZ. ,** Jf eounfry shall be raptly.Ugid,4to* .# *4 -* i1'71' rt /
    )y-5 ; )Er.ti Sheriff of July Jtb-tf. A. R HUSSET, Ageat. 'e2n,9S-W. Guran. Jiettonrille, F&\ July? 18M. Juy13r.; J.C.3Iowe.
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    i WILLtAM'W.'MOORE. BIKCIIETT &; DOWNING,: V'V V _____ V .. .V, I public the character are already of a paper tolerablY,that beuafing atrone y vet' MIIa1 j "

    r JLHD PROPRIETOR. ATTTOBNEYS. AT LAW AND AOENT8. V ______ ths storms and snnsntne )ofTllIRTY.FOUKYBABS. .
    EDITOR FOB 'CLAIMS : :: ___ .' Their object always, baa, been as it re YSiEPS ,
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    .iiSt-. matosto be,to publish a weekly paper for the famI. -
    Q J. Ho. 490, Seventh street, V V I I. circle which shall not only amuse but also lo- Jaundice, Chronic ,or NenJe.

    ordering WASHIJfGTOJr CITY .- V _ ;! VV V_ VVV trues and Improve thoU Dhy read iTo accom- bility.. Disease'of th e Ki
    Two D D per aanom payable upon 'practice before: the Court of Claif. V V pUsh this object, the best srtkles' are '*]fcted or all Diseases f",

    sSserfptions, if paid within six months $8,'if WILL prosecute Claims before Congress -iu-V. _ -_ condensed from tonfp and domestic periodicals, arising frota. ?:

    .not paid befere the expiration of tho year, (4 will and the several Departments. .July .i. 1858.ELLIS -V _-_ V VV and original articles of an instructive characterprocured ordered Liter or Stomach i V ,
    : "beD pow'bl. Bhcte .
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    I charged. LEDWITH .
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    Letters rom reiO lands:the most interesting Bloo4lHarUwi.lb. 1'11", A .
    ; Advertisement! will be inserted at the following Wit7'. -,
    -.-. .I1UCfION AJW COMMISSIONiricrchaiits. portions of the News of the woTj sketches of life, DtVl tot reol, ran_. .
    11ODe V V adventure and character and Original articles 0u>mae ..r izactstl.... 8aaaac w-_...
    : Dollar (of twelve lines) for the _--_ ; .
    per square of rtetl tbe pt IQbe 5tce. ....
    first and Seventy-Five Cents for every subsequent Prompt' attention will be given to all sales upon sericulture j accounts 'l the solid ; rlll4 sad Dill'lcwlt 8'1&1. .e .

    ., insertion. To yearly Advertisers a liberal discount V entrusted to our care. :: ; !: I and a Bank Note List are inc uded found among in the Post- CMkiac or 8foe&la1.._n.1&erIq._Ie

    .. will be made. All transient advertisements (ex.bJ Jacksonville July >, 1856. _ly V information to be constantly baa fo- tare,MMMM of tUi->.,Do&..,
    account with the V Bet the mind cv range-it YsmuddsllraiaLi .".w.:7
    xept having a running _
    distance their remittanxes To .tiafy hess cravings we devote a fair propor- ide* back cbftt,. e,&S..SSd.St. ..'
    Persons at
    a can
    govern .
    THE BULLS HOUSE II1 tEil flirala.La the n. .
    "fith for advertising by the following rates: r V W V __ __ 1-1! .L lion of the Post to}'icton, Poetry and Humor. eG8e1aaa ..W.
    six Decently erected in tit*Corner Meeting misS Queen 1 ______ V contributors In the first two of the Veal ift 0'api rug.Tb. -
    One (twelve lines) published Among our .
    vw V paopdetoi Is
    sgnare I1 1 tHis.*i
    months for....," ........{............. *l JJJj tftrett, 623" CT. above departments, are several of the most gifted this pnpane-does so w..r.$llfle. "..
    .Two squares, for six months;.. n.. 15 00 G DunD.n"Clti:: OQ-toe Ct' I. writers ia the land. Ws also draw freely for Fie- fideaceis .a Ytrtaess.da4spti011...
    Ati4/ttrtUke4 in a ttyU not extteded out c/ tie the best periodicals in this wbleb k. ..
    4. Legal and other Business Cards,per annum lion and Poetry upon ftCOeaetkied. V .

    ,................................... 10 On lJiJlo.l1yot, ntintt DP-"/'.tA* recep- country and Great Britain. We design commmeIDg ItU a.MW sB...W'artkU." ."._
    Notice to debtors and creditors... 1 00 Lion o/Boar2ers and tA4 TNMli.n1 PuUk.T. .- a new story Mrs. Soutbwortb.author of! thi i us of a UB jtara trial tefen'1x.,_

    'AppUcaiioa for letters of administration, 5 00 S. NICKERSON, Florida. I'The Deserted bj.," "Minam-. in our first and lu reputation and sale! U arivau 2Mprtp.ratioa.itMC
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    July 0/:6. Proprietor. J'ackSonvilieEast TJ.Uau rTjjJL f g
    : Notice of Application for dismissal as _V ; paper for January. UM most proml.,aid

    Administrator,......................... 10 00 GALL & FLEMINGITTORXEYS Engravings, illustrative of important places and diYW..JI all pat1a 01 u.e w.l kMQ n,.
    .For announcement of candidates for office. having opened this House again, would\ 'respeclfullr ask his old friends and tbe actions of Agricultural and other new inventions, caretalpcr8NI of UM AJouaae CU8a&rJ II,_.._".

    ..................................... 5 00 ./ AT LAW, THE to give him a cail:as he ia determined Dot to be excelled 6y any. The Western Stage with others of a humorous, though refined character the Agents.canol IMaC aw .
    No announcement will be made unless the same JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. leaves this House soon after the Savannah and Charleston Boats arrive. There Is agood Livery -& ,are also freely given.NOTICS this rea.dy Ii.nUl dtHnilll' &J'Q&,

    be accompanied with the amount charged. 0 1856. ble attached to the House. Come said sec. 8AM'L.BUFFINGTON, Proprietor. obtained.Pisanipel. .,

    Editorial notices for private benefit will be charged July _" Jacksonville,July 9,1856. V OF TUB PRESS. ftiIadelpbia Otfle,ra. U4 Xaa ,X, ..J..

    double the rate of advertising. J. F. Sanderson, V. We regard it u tbe best of the Philadelphia literary
    notices will
    fieligkras. Obituary, and Jlarriage ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. LAW,p V papers. Its editorials are written with ability FLORIDA TBJrrMO.
    be published gratis. r.
    No communications inserted unless accompanied Jr wD:151JDQ tulna.CtI NO.3. and take a cozujrebcusive view of whatever U E.0.V ; KiT W ur,. .. .

    by the author's name.gA1I I Jacksonville, July 9, 1856._tf. discussed.- Pa. C.. says-.urmo ,,d.IIq. "'
    rat
    wreck here
    One of tbe most readable and entertaining news.pipers ,a eaw of IOU .
    Job Work must be paid for on delirery. a-
    JOHN W PRICE in the country and deserves as U enloys. lag kMii uouMed wither .n.:...et.tl
    wltn rUe., and
    GOODS.
    NEW FALL AND WINTER MualetA vaialy aoeibla n,
    City .
    PLATFORM OF THE AMERICAN PARTY, ATTORNEY AND COUNCELLOR AT LAW, a wide-spread cinwaUuu.-PwlUtl', I trhd the Bitur.,and I unos .. 1-
    N. C. I mad a .*e.(ofa '
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    Adopt*! at tt* Sfttion. f the National Council, V Jacksonville, Florida This is a fine uamiIpapeT, and has aa immense p riud..ad U.y alM roun4 uJ,J 5 T5

    February 2ld, 185C.1st WILL practice in the Eastren Circuit of Cheap for Cash : JYo JLong Credits :: circulation. It will be seen to include its correspondents cl,. wb4M| .ia TUB. Flow itk wrtcfW.ijJ' .
    An bumble acknowledgment to the Supreme and the Counties of Cbarlton a large number of tbe ablest writers in I .,*,I Sod my ea,ol Bluer..tirci *tIC

    Being for His protecting care vouchsafed to our and Camden, of Georgia. July, '56. AT the country.(Jhriitian JLnibtuadijrt Autmra, y.Yvfk inquiries tot theE CflhisU I.4Id..

    fathers in their successful Revolutionary struggle, ed I"hv.JOQ.end a flU"till laed.Ak17 .
    James M. Baker BURTON & GRAVES AsrONh5U1SCJ) EFrpr: ,.
    and hitherto manifested to us, their descendants, LAfY We are in weekly receipt of this invaluable family TER CET1flCATg OFTIIEC&UU or ._..
    ia the preservation of the liberties, the independence .ATTORNEY AT journal and should feel very much at II losa or riS& HILL,I IN.U DL W..ITI.
    alIHw)7dovcy.
    and the Union of these States.Sd. ALLIGATOR, COLUMBIA counT, EAST FLORIDA. No. 3, SAHDnS' BLOCK, BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. without if, as we consider it the best literary paper ,MARCH f.l83C. "
    ?- The oeroetuation of the Federal Union, as July 9, '56. now published in the United States without any Dr.C.M. jarkon, 'ladL..o..UIr. _.

    - the palladium of our civil and religious liberties, ). WQIT 3ii-: X. A. CABECTIt Subscribers have just received a general assortment of New Goods, at their pew store which, exceptions.-Democrat, Cambridge J/J. aobjeel. Socb yp-p.ia, ia iu worai.fcL !*Lrytar
    - aad the only sure bulwark of American Independence. THE cash, they will sell as cheap as any other house in the country.. They have adopted the principle This is one of.the few large papers filled with the *pbykian was and is,all eowfiiloa wtw in r Iwifal 22_?***

    SMITH & GARRUTH, of ":maU profit and quick returns," and invite the attention of the public to an examination of life and thought inatead of lumbering tra b. lu I WbU. I.this nncb Atl I was Mw ....

    _ Sd. Americans must role America, and to this ATTORNEYS AT LAW their stock before purchasing elsewhere. In it will be found the following, with many other articlestoo I management is marked by liberality courtesy, a- plaeMin Y Vireiaia Teaaea c an4 nnw.<(. I. !
    end native-born citizens should be selected for all numerous to mention: bilitv and tact. It cmploI1 the beat literary talent waa not hIM6ued fcy ay water, I C51415,1r4

    State Federal an>l municipal offices or government Alligator, East Florida. and spares no pains or expense. As a family paper WUil.oa ay way AOMM '1IJ11Peli.....1..
    Cfoods.
    __ employment in preference to all others: nevertheless July P, '56.JOllpel'( Dry one of literary and general intelligence, we p too,a amall villap u l 4-.1..'...
    V Prints, Ginghams, Checks Linenu cordially commend it-Caywa CAi'Auburn,,,.\'t rom : 4th. Persons born American parents residing & Fraser Jaconets Grenadines Bareges, Gro De Rhine Silks, I Ijirk. the week I went into a tfnit ttora w'jn'Zaw'iUk .
    5 6'r ,
    abroad should be entitled to all therights Florence Silk .. Cambric Bobinets eiy child slid myself. n.,,..',.
    S temporarily Illusion j It is the best literary and family paper. in the r la pb16n.IW"a So sue,.,4.. ."
    z native-born citizens; but Lawns, Muslins, De Lames, Crape Union.-J : 6th. No person should be selected for political FACTORS Cravats, Hosiery, Spool Cottons Cords, Its ample cont/in many articles of much q *tio..,aald b.Bad sees a "".

    stations (whether of native or foreign b rib.) who ANDCommission Grass Skirts, Osnaburglis, Brown Sheeting; Bleached Sheeting, merit pages from the uf some of our bestwriters ,,Uenefliud ay'b.'Pr..1'peplle&Na-.I UIMJIIIIIIC'1c.r.i.

    recognizes any allegiance or obligation of any description Ticking, Plaids, Stripes, Drills; literary and also stored pens with all the iniportactnews : tara,**prepared by yo ,and!II. I..mut9.Mll..
    Merchants
    to any foreign prince,potentate or poweror Mnsquito Nets, Ribbons, Braids, Staying, Webbing, vf,the are making it a welcome visitor both the fluky,. He,ali.railwl theaadi.isi.Ird a n., .
    _ who refuses to recognize the Federal and State Whale Bone, Hooks and Eyes, Edging and Inserting, lien's Shirts. day ao with ibat would try UM DMM
    BAY STREET SAVANNAH GA. to the business counter and the family circle.Ktntutkiaa .- blat .
    In ge l ai*on*boW Iii.iII a ?:
    constitutions (each within its sphere.) as para, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Ac. Ac.Boots. aa J I .
    action. Wx. ACDLET COCPEB.] TJxO. CoCPKR Fusn.E'T V ( cintom. UkiDf U aa dircird.asl doiay |VM JLk T!
    all other laws rules
    mount 6th. The to unqualified ,recognition as political and maintenance : Produce of every aescription sold on V Shoes. One of the oldest and best literary papers now by i II(has all 'water or awdktM I Had nvWtZ?

    _ Commission. Ladies Black Silk Cong/ess Gaiters Men's Fine Boots published in the Union.-Organ, llamUoCa.. A fu t'ew.i..ut.y; MdMonM. !
    of the reserved rights of the several States, (4)r.pre ei ipUrn aad ntfficia*(ba | dytMNTt ZTt
    July P, 56 < colored Ties, II II Shoes It is deservedly one of the most popular public V ,.
    and the cultivation of harmony and fraternal good r bins D"1.1t Ux Hlttera I hat kn,-wWk vU
    II Fine English Kid Slippers journals in the United States combining a* it doesin I .od la bU ...
    .. will between the citizens cf the several States,and JOSEPH G1CICI2, Kip Brogans, raueo r ea Ha ba* aftta ralMaaMftv
    non-interference with French Slippers a literary point of view,all the interest of the more of tb wma kiad of vdiriaa.MTiM
    to this end by Congress a*r
    General Commission Merchant *
    questions appertaining saUlr to the individual Goat Buskins, Enameled and Fancy Shoes, best magazines, with a vast amount ot general intelligence benefltted by it than say now..... laJUa.. !!!
    86 WATER ST. NEW YORK.
    M .4 Kid .< Cloth Jttpublican, Lltckfitld, (VS. nfl breD aMir to lei any mor r..r biai av airw?aCn.
    l Gaiters
    States, and non-intervention by each State with tipped ,
    and attention to the scale of
    STRICT prompt given .. ; iouthereforepkaMi .
    '.' Kid Ties It is emphatically one ut the very best literarynewspapers ship ai aie MMM
    Lasting Congress
    the affairs of Gaiters .
    other State.
    anv
    all articles of produce entrusted to his care, aoon aa piwaiMe.Rej.peetful
    ,
    Enameled Boots in the whole country,and deserves the
    7'. The ofthe of th3 native-born Leather tipped Vltiues' V "
    recognition riglt and all orders promptly complied with. yyoar8, W.S3fITR., .
    with which it has under
    and naturalized citizens of the United Stte.er. July 958 tf Parodi Boots, Youths'. Brogans, unparalleled success met Tbe' bittrra ara ..'&L"'L1. t.
    luanently residing in Territory thereof; to Boys Shoes, 4 calf Brogans, its present enlightened and liberal proprietorship. all i.Jori4M.'ed". .. or MI.17 Ivnydn11,4
    frame their constitution any and laws, and to reA plate .. IIOLMES, V Childrens'. Shoes a large stock, Ac. Ac. The greater its circulation! in this State the I less, store krtper ia Florida and cl *wb.i.

    their domestic aDd social affairs in their own mode General Commission Merchant Hats 4V Caps. probably, b o'ur gain pecunlarly; U our gala pecuniarily ilcMILLAK

    subject only to the provisions of the Federal Constitution 100 WALL ST., NEW YORK, ; yet we must prununce it a most ,% !-
    :II with the privilege of admission into the WILL piy particular attention to sales of Yel A good assortment, comprising Jlens'Leghorn, Panama, &traw. Palm Leaf llool, Felt, and Wide lent journal, and worthy ofthep.tronageuevery.bJ.IV. July 9,13Jacksonville,.ik

    Union whenever they have the requisite population, low Pint Lun:?)er, Live Oak, and other Southern Awake Hats, together with Children Hats and Bloomers.Saddlery.. The Contributors to the Post are among I

    for one Representative in Congress. Provided al- Timber and Produ; and to orders for purcbatf the finest writers in America and the editor'articles TO THE.MILLIOWS WHO aJ
    .
    that but those who citizens of Merchandise. ju'y' 9, 56. are always ehaiacterized by truth and tAste.-
    vnyt, none are theI A well selected stock, suitable to the demand of the market. -
    United States, under the constitution and laws Jersey Blue, Camden, A' J. A LITEIURY IBrlUSlt
    thereof and who have a fixed residence in any DENTAL NOTIOE.\ Hardware. We have heretofore spoken in high term of the -

    such Territory,ought to participate i ia the forma W )L BOST WICK.-Would respectfully inform Hollow Ware, Knives, Forks A Carvers, Pocket Knives Butcher & Shoe Knives merits of the Post, as one of tbe best papers on our A new weekly family ,

    tioa of the constitution,or in the enactment of laws the citizens of Jacksonville and its Razors, Scissors, Brushes, Spoons, Spring Balances, O>tton G rd*, Bellows: exchange list and we regard a* one of the best newipajw

    fax said Territory or State. vicinity, that having opened an office on Forsyth Coffee Mills, Chains, Rope, Nails Butts, Hooks A Hinges, !literary papers tu be found anywf re. 1U editorials .4 TIlE S.lTURlJA ZYE.\7XfJ-
    .-Aa enforcement of the principle that no street, will attend to all branches of Dciitistrj, in Screws Files, Tacks, Bolts, Locks, Hooks A Staples, Window Stops, are written with ability, and take a liberal, independent J/ESSmf

    I State or Territory ought to admit others than citi. the most approved and carefull manner. Powder, Shot, Lead, Percussion: t.pe. Spades Axes Augers Saw., and comprehensive view of men and DetUtdto lUeraturr, poet e'7,eM1U.

    zeus of the United States to the right of suffrage JSTNerves of aching teeth destroyed without Drawing Knives, Planes, Gouges, Spirit Levels, .Squares, Rules, things.-.Jtfar and Adctrt*tr, Wr'vjhUtiUe,fa, tit, and gtttrtl MCA,

    or holding political office. pain. jut, 9. './. tf L rpentu'. Sash Tools, Chisels, Tap Borers,.. Ac. Tux (cash in advance,) single copy$2 a year. -

    9th. A change in the lairs of naturalization, Also }WOO./J.WARE; such as Buckets, Booms, Pails, Axe Helves, Ac. 4 copies,. 5 M Tnlmck"i? Tied announces that..wz ..

    making a continued residence of twenty-one years Charles De Waal Books A9 Stationery 8 *.* (and one to. getter.up orcJub), 10 M ; Ma; 14 ISo. Uw Inc iambi
    13. M 44 4 M MM 15" cIa weekly called .
    of all not hereinbefore provided for, an indispensable Dew newnraper.. "THX <1TURDA
    requisite for citizenship hereafter,and excluding AUCTIONEER Blank Books Fools Cfcp and Letter Paper. Pencils, Wafers, Pens, dealing Hax, Blank Books., :0" HUH 44 44 44 nA 44 Y EVEVISO.ILSSEGFL"

    - all paupers, and persons convicted of crime, with a selection of

    _ from landing upon our shores; but no interference JACKSONVILLE groceries A9 Provisions No. 65 South Third Street, Philadelphia.fj bin tkirty-tuv ..lIl1al&./ti1 priM a*.
    with the vested of forej E.. F. f Number ant -
    rights ers. SampIo gratis tu use
    10th. Opposition to any union between Church SALES in any part of the County attended to A full assortment of Fi milj' Groctries; Hams, Bdcon, Pork, Lard,. Beet Tongues, Mackerel, when n.qut.lik-d.: auy The "Jfessenirer" is intended 10.wi ell._.
    Cnsskew Ac. Ac.
    and State; no interference with religions faith, or respectfully solicited. Potatoes, Beans, Flour, Bread, ful mirror uf tbe time. '*to catch ta.maaaen ia
    I worship-aad no test oaths for office. Goods sent to the subscriber on commission, either JFts 6. Liquors jug as they rse.' To give Cdthfol ecam a> af

    llth. Free and thorough investigation Into for private or auction disposal, will be quickly CBAHAfliJS important event that happen ai&nt
    any attended and Fine Old Brandy, New JPhUkey, B?irbon 'hiskey, Rectified and Cbmmon ICbUkey, every ,
    :and all alleged abuses of.public functionaries, and amounts speedily forwarded. The Champagne .Madeira and Port II'inc* 'clindnps, Ac. Ac. home or abroad. Ia abort, to euBUitato aa US7-
    strict in Subscriber has been known in this community fcr table iostractive and
    ::2 economy public expenditures. AMERICAN MOTBLY MAGAlllE.& eoUrtaioiox loailj ara
    12th. The maintenance and enforcement of all a number of years as Auctioneer and otherwise FIIII.CII Goods.Perfumerr paper. .

    .constitutionally enacted until said laws shall lie offers no recommendations, but desires that inquiries ; Soaps; Tooth, Nail and Hair Bmsf>C*; Dressing Combs; Looking-Glasse*, Ac. (ESTABLISHED! IN 1827.) AoTunj;its DpnrtmenU tieaioJLHii>j mj tt

    _ :tbs repealed or shall be.declared cull and void by should be made concerning himself ani The above, which enumerates but comparatively few article of our present stock, we offer to attract DEVOTED TO LmwArwE,4Rr4Slrisiiic. > mentioned.

    ..com teDtjudicial authority. t commercial house at the I place of his residence. the attention of the public, tnuting that those who may bo iudaccd to call upon us by it will have no TbeKumaneeofKealLirvrioalog I IISS(11Iri-
    18th. Opposition to the reckless and unwise policy lIe can be found on Bay Street, next to Apothecary reason to regret the same. July 9, '50. \: and cfetcrUiaiog stones by tiw mat pt

    of the present administration in the general Hall, where will be found a large stock of --- ---- NEW VOLUHE FOR 1856. authors of the day.Edtteria .
    management of our national affairs, and more es- Family Groceries and Provision,Shoes, Dry Goods ? eumsuevts poD paiMac tmrta; trt-
    Ac. which will be offered on as reasonable termsas WATCHES The new volume, commencing with the January '
    pedalTy as shown in removing Americans(by designation JEWELRY SILVER WARE ten IB a free sail i independent ap.naabimaus&b7personsal
    ) and-conservatives in principle,from of they can be obtained any where else, for cash number, 1856, will contain over twelve hundred or party OpmDkJO.V .V

    .fice and placing foreigners_and ultraists in their and country' produce. ANDFancy pages of toe choicest reading matter, steel and Latter from urup aai vanoas prtaJ6e
    wood
    july U 56. engravings and music.
    CHARLES DE
    &; as mown in a irucuingsubserviency to WAAL. United State
    the stronger, and insolent and cowardly brara- Goods Each number will contain a splendid steel en, Saiaalio.I _
    COME AT LAST. V ... A plate of tbe Paris fashions steel elegantly : Agriculsuralflintses4
    _ do towards the.weaker powers; as shewn inUre* grr'Dff; ,on u&iu.of iew Buoki with tbniee* IitIId
    ___iN .opeoingvsectional agitation by the repeal of the A LARGE lot of choice Goshen Butter and JE..cIE *E'. oJored; one or more articles, richly illustrated from thHr]wgt*. '.oj
    I .Missouri Compromise; as shown in granting to Cheese. IJ with 1t.d fl niDgj; miKell.anews proae Ilejrulaf weekly Review .t C3ti1iVl3Lndary
    .nnnaturalized foreigners the right of suffrage in 4000 lb.. of those delicious new Hams. JACKSONVILLE EAST FLORIDA and poetry an eai Ir'able; reviews .fl DeW siin.ASynupaisofForrgu: .
    sr .F.". and Nebraska; as shown ia its vacillating 8000 New Bacon Aides. books monthly summatT: hints on asion IUd and Dowestie sew

    k- course on the Kansas and Nebraska question; as 2000 Shoulders do. WOULD respectfully inform the citizens this place and surrounding country that be has fashionable intelligence; patums for needlework, Social and lI J'.I.ubJecu, bfid i

    shown in the corruptions which pervade some of 20 Bbls. Heavy Mess Pork. ariu opened at SOMERS' NEW BRICK BUILDING, with large and well selected and new music.The with Edsajson bite at tVrTime

    the departments otgovernment; shown in disgracing C Choice Leaf Lard. j stock steel engravings will embrace finely erecoted Literary from the',U'eb" ':
    Gleanings
    -- a meritorious naval officers through preju. 5 Kegs do do do. WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, AND FANCY GOODS, portraits of the celebrated lady writers of 129 kd Authors. I

    .dieorcapriceand.uthowninthehianderwg 10 25 Sacks Boxes ground Salt. To which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the New York manukcturcre day, interspersed with a variety of other subjectsof I Criticisms on Music and the TMnuuJn

    _ .mismanagement of our foreign relation Tobacco assorted. I am prepared) to offer customers inducements, both as regards style and price. that can. general interest. The fashion plates are engraved short the --MESSE.XGEK i.t.I IIeqqaJ
    14th.'Therefore, to remedy existing evils, and 5 10,000 Cigars. not be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. on steel,after the latest Pans fkshions.giving in .11 i 11 l features any wcrWy kw .
    Cases
    I prevent the disastrous consequences otherwise re- Champaign Cider. Among my assortment may be found.WATCHES. out and in-door costumes for tbe month. They United, to accomplish ..ic1r.die .
    ) ,suiting therefrom we would build the Amen- 23 Bbls. Choice Old Manongahala Whiskey. Butter have been States!
    up Knives, Fnlitdo. pronounced superior to those published the UJ"
    fl
    ; talented wntert a
    1 BbL Extra Old Bourbon. of the most
    -wad,- can 15th.party Thai upon each-State the principles Council herein shall before have author stated. 1.' Choice Old Peach Brandy. Fine Gold Patent Levers, (ruuJc'clJed') Knankin Rings, Children's Setts,Ac. ..- in any other American periodical. The wood engravings been secured.The .

    ity to amend their several constitutions so as to 20 Bbls. Rectified.Whiskcy. Detached. Constantly on hand and made to order from best artists.will be of the highest finish,.and by our. first number will udoabUyt

    .abolish the several degrees, and institute pledge 5 Ie P. & 11. Gin. 4' Lapines V : pure coin, and warranted. Tbe time mentioned and the regular

    of honor, instead of other obligations for fellow. 5 "N. E. Rum. Silver.. Patent Levers; V : CUTLERY: literary matter will consist of historical bio continued thencefurward.V
    and lit
    graphical
    1 Detached M ray essays, sketches of travel '
    BbL
    ship and admission into the Malaga Wine. -
    r 16th.,A free and open discussion party. of all political Now landing and in store, and tor sale by "' Lapines;- From the celebrated manufactory of George Wos- fine and arts novel, tales' romances. .. The novel TERMS.
    V (With and without tenholm A Son, consisting Pocket Knives Scissors romances of ?Graham" arc universally acknowledged it
    principles embraced in our platform. juI19,18.56. j. C. DROWN.Itl hunting cases.) A sing subscription for one year 11 W J:
    AH from good makers, and will be warranted Shears Razors, Ae.FANCY. to excel in beauty and interest any "
    ( 11 CAMEO pod time others published in America. vsnce *iif not paid-whitin one*MQt"JStime '

    CONNOR'S UNITED STATES .IlND MOSAIC JEWELRY. keepers.JEWELUY. V GOODS. The editor's table ia made up humorom sketches of subscribing' and $S 50 f1.P4 1f !

    subscriber having Such as ..Corals, Port Monaies, .Accordions, Per- and .anecdotes, foreign, domestic, and literary the 1nr.CLUBS. -.
    .TYPE; FOUNDABY. THE just returned from New
    with Consisting fwnel'1. Lubins'and other extracts gossip, rfc. .
    Fancy Soaps $4.
    a and ; ,
    _ large
    Jioa. 2$, 21, and S3, Iktkraan Street., beautiful 'ariety of hold Guards Fob and Vest Chains; Papier Mache.Jewel Cases Rosewood Work Boxes Tbe monthly summary of current events prepared Cuba of three subscribers *"

    NEWYORK.To .JEWELRY.8ILVER&FANCY GOODS, :Jhatelains Lockets. Bracelets, Pencils V Portable Writing Desks; Reticules. Fans, by William Dowe gives condensed account S. blr" .
    Printer respectfully invites the public to an examinationof Crosses: Keys Seals,Diamond Rings, Regard do.: Combs Brushes Thermometers; Children s Toys of the principal events wbieh have taken 4. ten. "aikd to las' .
    ,
    and Publisher t..ITp his stock, comprising as it does, some of the I luld Thimbles,Sleeve and Collar Buttons; Tea Behs.tudi > place in the world during the preceding month. ptterspotbStlSb.V J I.'

    'H E undersigned bpg to: inform the trade richest and most fashionable styles of Cameo, Mo Cuff Pins, Brooches Ear Rings; Together with vsrious articles,too numerous to The reviews of new books are from the pen of .-
    JL that they have this day issued their new .saic, Lara and Scroll Jewelry in great nr et1.- I Spectacles, Eye Glasses, Plain and Set Rings mention> V the great critic E. WhFpple. SV twenty

    Quart Specimen, and tl/at it is now ready for de.lireiyto.theiroldpatros Also Silver Ware and Fancy Goods, suitable for I Children's Loops,Scarf Pins, Ac. N. D.....CIocks,Watches, and Jewelry V The fashion article, by Genio c.Scott, presents Invariably in advance.' lbs ,r.. .
    holiday and other presents, whith will be sold a correct and Agents wanted jo every City faj
    as well as all who pat. SILVERComprising : fnlly repaired and comprehensive account of the new
    irooice their foundry. In it will be found anew cheap for*cash. GEO. FL1GG., WARE,' shortest notice. warranted, at. the, styles of dresses, bonnets, mantillas, shawls embroideries StaMsa. Liberal terms.ff_rcd ta ptr.,
    -
    series_of faces, from peart to pica, surpassing[ ju'y 9,. 5 a. Dining and Dessert'Forks V ; I and everything relating to fashion, of log satUCtetory refereno ,,
    aeries -- V Fable: Dessert and Tea Spoons; TEn'rC' CASH.uci interest to ladies. V Poat-Uasters and &.ra recemajt thia ,
    possible,ueir new o l Scotch cut faces. ,JOSEPH WIIIJLDEft I' _
    Tbe fancy type department exhibits an unsur Dealer. Iii !Jugar Scoops, Salt and Mustard do.; V 9,' 8. The needlework Dal_*_m._-_for__ rnl1_n___,r_,.nn__<_W._TMT. M tu3 will couler a fever br haadiaic*'- "Jponsible

    passable variety of bdutitalltl1ea. selected from V Paints, Oils, and ,Glass.Jfo. caps berthas 'skirts, embroIderies'for handkerchiefs I person,who will MIMT...tv..Iff"awl.__1__LII* f,
    France,Germany and England. 11 Hayne street, V ON MANHO.OD'AND NEW SPRING GOODS. :=: and general needlework are numerous and :_4V.C1fl4-,'-

    S The scripts and bordering are now (or the first I CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA ', beautifully! designed. sTa2 8etS.&VV7frJ 5V: r\ V

    time presented to the printing public, and are theproductions Keeps constantly for sale a general assortment, of ITS PREMATURE .DEOL'INE.. 10 000 YARDS New Spring St.,lei M wic.-This alone; at a bookstore would cost rid I'kU+L.. Pa.., ,

    of the best American and European I Paints and Oils of all kinds Varnishes, Just Published, Gratis, of Prints Ginghams'*Do. more than year's subscription for the.1J& .
    ar.,' THE 20th THOUSANDS mel Ac. Just received and for sale by TERMS:-One
    Window Glass,ann Sasnel,Spirits ofTnr- copy one year, in advance. 13; PROSPECTUS* V V
    An entire new scries of German faces, both-for pentine,Spirit Gas, Cotton FooUGin A 'Words'on the Rational Treatment, without V- July e, 1858. V J. C. BROWN. two copies $5; five copies,(and one to agent or tt'

    newspaper aDd job printing,of a try superior Fixtmes, Glne and Brushes *. V Medicine, of Spermatorrbea or Local Cabin getter-up orthe, club) HO; ,11 copies,and one to THE CHEAT SOUTHERN WI

    ./. style, is pow nearly completed and ready fur sale., V .varions kinds. julr t, 8.Uoolland. Weakness, Nocturnal Emikoions, Genital and Ner Pa.sagefron Charleston to NeW agent, $20: for $8,,one copy will be sent.three

    The metal from which the tYpe is made will be German Hitters vous Debility, Impotency; 'and Impediments .to York, TwentyrFive Pallors. years. AdJltlonl to'clubs at the same rate as club TilE SPjECTAWSr
    (ou peealiarty adapted to the severe. usage ofmachinepress r superior' to V allpreparations Marriage generally. : ..*: sent. Specimen copies sent gratis to thou'desir
    printing. .. now in use .wBl"D. DE LANEY. 11,D.. V tug to get up clubs. ABRAHAM H. SEE V

    Jbey beg to return thanks for past (avers and L Dear Sir-I JACKSON feel bound Lousianna to Ang 15, 18M.' / The Important fact that the many alarming V complaints United States :Mail line. .No. loa Chestnut. St, Phila.VV _Washington, DIn ;C. .

    ta solicit a continuance of the same. Their well- express my gratifica originating in the Imprudence and solitude V V V c *?11ff
    tion to for NEW YORK. F. Editor M
    Harvey
    incalculable benefit I & .
    you nave de of CHARLESTON Report *
    known liberal.manner of youth be OR Spermatorrhoea.
    doing business for the, ,
    may easily removed without
    &
    past thirty years, is a guaranty to'new patrons of r Bitters.rived from I the have use found of two them bottles tubs of all your German. Medicine, is in this small tract;'dearly demonstra a 'sTjsAjn; SHIPS, V JUST Published,'by Howard Association. Ths second volum) of*.December f tb.Spectator.* ?.Tnenced '.
    recom. &be Sib
    their disposition and ability not to allow them mend them yon ted; and entirely-new and highly; successful !THROUGH IN,48 ; Report on Spermatorrhcea, on
    be and
    to cheerfully recommend them TO 53 HOURS. of 'toDlribGton. '
    original
    ,
    Urged r
    elves to for fair treatment corps
    oe surpassed dea1ugwhether or. to tbe as adopted by th* Author, .full v' explained or Seminal Weakness Impotence the Vice ol _lAP
    public as a ta/t and rurt remedy for the diseases best and most 1.
    of .\be .
    letter otherwise.If. som.9 rr-
    4ern.rsby or ,'by means of which every one !I.>,enabled Ooamism, Masturbation or self-Abase, and ether '
    intended for and
    ..B.-Proprietors of newspapers are requestedto ations they now.in superior to all preper. to cure bungeif perfectly and at the least) possible :((8E1II.wnKLY.) Diseases of the Sexual Orgsnswith an account of 1Amencs. V 51will si
    use. u4 objectS i
    Very feI V character
    insert the above three times,provided they trade V ectuJllii'yours, cost thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums the errors and'deceptions of Quacks, and valuable The general SO .
    oat three time the amount of their respective bills I V ll. EL1JER. oftheday.V : fnvtc! 1800 ) advice the afflicted by Geo. R. 1L D. remain the sam as beretofcrt. J
    The Bitters all tons flerry, C mmudc Calhoun t belles Ie
    LLxI.r15life
    are diah
    lamaterials of our manufacture' and forward tu ,to be they.are- represented. Sent to any address, Itf.&tit'.nd post free'I In a MARlO ,O Lng w. j.poarga. Coin'e V Consulting Surgeon of the Association a licoevo. famishing a weekly -lulelhlienesl i ;

    tf Of .c. :paper containing the .(herd.JDCQirr 'JAOCSOV LouisUna; V 1854. I sealed ,envelope, by ,remitting '(post. paid) two JAMES.ADOE1l lGOO tons, S. o. Turner tjo'V I lent Ipstttution, established by .special endowment aDd miscellaneoos I pj Oe" .," ;
    Auto V of financial Cuacresaioaalpartmeotal
    JA3., CONNEH, .A SON3.Jttly stamps V- for the relief f the sick
    DearEirbveuseyour V. VV SOUTllEBNER..OOO ton,, T.J E" '\mrr- ? and distressed ol ..bDoU.k' i
    ..'W& at.A ; German Bitters and Leave $ V afflicted with saw*,ootiees
    DLD.DBL.UisY I Ad.ter'1 harTea "Virulent and ]?
    Epidemic Diseases i
    find .
    them all they are represented to bs,and cheerfully every Wednesday .and and discoveries art sad sotenca !
    : V I1LI.poQUc1B&I'ee&N.wYik. 8&tUrda1I1ftenabon. after A copy of this Report will be sent nail in ..' .
    recommend them to lbs tho. rrinl or the by ( a Sfriealtart' !
    ; Rare Chance ,& July, *M. from the can sealed envelope free of fvl essays,articles oa
    medVine., Very,raj&UjfrzMj& So.th'aDd Welt. ) charge, on the receipt of cSoIDea& .te .w', !

    '. IS.CATERED "TO A BLAOKSKTTHAND '. : < .W.,F;.FAULKNER. House, OruaiateHtalrpJIE" These steamship. were: tnan"V expressly for the) CALHOUN two stamps for ,P01****: Address J>r. GEO. B. wtloom*visitor eGI1110.1.10 Ttrr .* UJ' C 1 .Sfltitkolarlr 'j
    IU.a No.
    2.6o
    V See advertisementgeneral. V V ,' V V tlalDle.edaDclthfor .safety comfort sad speed,are. unri- th Ninth St., Philadtlphi*,' acceptable M Soatfctr*rss 'rt ;
    ., v -
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    WHEELWRIGHT, 'subscriber loX coast .< J V Tb Bpe utwlsj>ru la4cffladfl Rr-a I
    being now'permaacnUy Jqltth'lw.
    -
    ., mEE I subscriber' offers for sale his Shops an'df ; Brokerage V cated06era-Lra services to the ciUlena: of wd Tables courteous'dprl commanders 7wltbj1'V luzur' Attentive : VV of good PI'i OOftTIDieaWQ j .4 i tfK:

    J. Lot 105 feet, square, conveniently' situated : npHfi.ttQdersigned is POWprtpared: to serve the V Jacksonville, in the above branches, aod.ao1iCftaA by this lint win tosurt traTrtlerf : AtOTICC. V form making\U '"gfiS4#

    to the depot and buriuees generally. Call be purchased JaV* ot**nnity-ai I large In bit.I line of business. Share patronage. JAU63 UAKXNESS.J3T .every poat&U" comlbrt* aad.inElatiOQi -: WEEKS after :dater .win make applica- trvaTioo. liis published$3
    V
    rfc WwHbout tools, on food term*., B':'iriU.Mtend 'to:tba tale Negroei, Lands orany''other K_'B>7UUdinft Graining, Bronjlng, Aaxeucted V For v V v" v I V vtido to the Honorabla ti 1 Jndft of Probates I 1iruIttt.esb.cstbar1tb.T( : .. aA: 4'rt.s..iiiiysbZ "
    freight I
    I : P.8;Hrt.-haJwI 1 -Bora-JrajcBon.1 .Cart. 'eSects'placed'in" his charge. Letters with neatness and dispatch '. .July &,-*M room or paasaje, Isria gile aatocommodsttoasarmly si&t of Nuaa1l'Oonn'.V fbr letttrt.of Admiaistnliocv i ia adviaest S
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    r and 4 Pslr wheels.complete,also slot. of wajHrait addressed for informatioo,4will. be Pro "1.ro V to .'rth.Beute of U J; Ho ua.laU of said coaaty .Oa oop.l. _........._.V.lI; ..
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    F ; and BMQT sftfiMS,also s quu.ul' msdt plied to."His genertl acquaintance ia:ibis. Bute. .AN.D' .WRRNTS VV : -.\ y.XISBOON, ra.i ,. Tea cep_.YtT...1.... ...-i... -...
    J work, sStaWd'ler Far&rs:Ud Timber Retiersj and others render unnecessary to append re- Cabin ., C.. .V )OneJD K.&nr; efh .v-"C'; -.
    1 watd.
    T all I of wWfll jCW.fce WVpl Tcry .a BENJAMIN HOPK1WS. V FORLAND; WARRANTS.: V : o S HBU.AGIf VVV4.
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    Jq1. q. :1J : : 27 ELLIS LED WITH 4k Co. 17j9
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