<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF UNF



The Florida Republican
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079922/00337
 Material Information
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 20, 1856
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00337
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

Full Text
-
,."'.. -,. ''-'' "%" r -<- --s-v,, --*'* J'2 fev= _

.
A


:I4+ ,' 1I $a P '- c 4' k rtf _
$ t ; 1 s t 4 ;
;i-...;
,. r ..1' ,
L .{F n:'"

"..f-

., .. ,,. .

,? ., '. ,
.:, fa j ,.. 'j .
.: .-...,;-!rJ,:_"._-.."; .-.-";1... .;
-

;_,1 'tII 'O'ri .f\.' .": '.t'-, .".'..... ,. .,/ nt. 14i V'ii":.' ..!.,..fII't. :'i i" i'c.. ., ? .t" '-.._"t '1: ....." 3.. f"" '.1' ., :r' ,I- -- _J -r --r\'II'.j. '" )0. -,' '..''.....__".' .,..r'.. .,"..-., ".. _
\ 'Ii .
.
: 'JIIV \ 4T' T t t 1lJI D D 'f' j:1'IlIf.w '
iW-a-K : : : tC1r--OX" 6' .l' $ .
., y'e4 \ ph '. \ _
t .w.5&. ,
: "' I ,.! :. ..A t j ..t t: : .7. : J: 'fJ A".jf' .- .
'..". .. .. <., % ., ... ,.. .. .. .. ,, 4 ? d',: r..t... ": "r..'" '",; t'.','1
.
,. t "* .' e.a ; W > (" : '"'.' '. .i ','f'1, .' > i r- '" ., '
'' :.. 'ft' .t -" \ ,,', :.' .t, lIow 'If '.t. .. ..
," ,VQ'C: ; : : 1 : i .;".. '>'.-twrso,,' .. ''. : m..u. ; ..J"l" .' ..tJ.., < "JU:t/.;;",. .J-} 8..". '". : ,...11 ,. : 4At ; ___ _,1If. r-,., .. "L'-, .."" '..c '...".. rr4" 1'J.,. .,:41...Y..f."

they trading to the 'i1i C1a JlItwr;. er;'td.retfee"the'fcws. 'f'tSB redtweropert .No.Peace. .- ( : .e.t : .1. eJf".onJo'n.. .. .... .. ti thembe, .
-
'Yq' : "f
The Bar rt i .f .11I"1o' -
uaercon1dC11Iti0" gisl u ;.t nst't1cen.: : "
rial : on.nd 'ft.
+ W 1 t
Had Abolitionism seized 'J :1i.c' .. H.II -..- ; y Tar dqtg 1
.Johns is not, therefore TO. se- never the the:clause'substituted whiclsubjects'th'bm .! 1'r6t., ,j 1\ -' ,, i.,..T4". -u n'!\\. .; . }, ., J,.
A
to trade as it 'has Northern inind,and i invaded the Fed* wonly to ,the Cph8fituion' 1 : 't'e eric& !s." rwe' Americail' 'T.c.oantta.' I .r '. .

riobstaclc'presented to be, and, for the era} Government, no constitutional l of Iho'United:States s" expoahded .tAitt1lt mljtith'trrht; "iI\ '- AJ '$njj* Sl'f1'.t _r__-'1t C'QAJUJ,8r.\ .' taketiphce.15 .tbdI

'ea ,itbas greatly improved difficulties would,have arisen'respect by the Suprcm 'Court Mr.-Dpaglas,; ;ni'eeals.afl i:t ; re--eT';was- oFwzohnithnd .. Indiana i among the,'Bachan. t
years : atfoiw in
&a5tI its channel r during! tt period ing the Government. the Terri the: ableand 'eloquent'chatnpton of! : .t :fall :that;;.theM] an and Fremont, >ninr is "alarming l confeeetoHoiinstitn thttrfl
jid been, permanent in ltscoarse.'and' .ries. It is" more than probable 1 that poplar' BovQi-eignty. TIQW" llaUpb.n .fi1 Amiericanisra. ?.Let not' the the: )Democratic' Federal-Foreign 3

rL-i.tt out to sea, in whicfe respect. Congress would hateconti ued. ,to Congress to"resiime.iti'. powers, and ;young wen* of tKe':conn try\then" be I-nttj t'&.r eariul'ejctentrf: As many > '

btke advantage of most of the&DaClS exercise, without question all powers repeal l Iaijasi&1.' .the_ TerritorialLegislature dtredtpi.joining ,the American as:20,000.nietf;wenfi6f er' .Bllmoy* #

on the southern AtlanticThe of legislation .over'th m., But, antislavery of Kansas I' .'parly'bytihe .false;' charge' of Jfe. inIplerancean'i .and,.DoneUon/vuSp; say .'&. Member eM'V..

Bar, previously to: 1850, deranged the whole harmonyof 'popular'.spvereignty howevt's upd.as' < proscrlplion*; of Cpngfesifjwt jreturned to Wash;;
the.Government, and makes it not the slightest foundation f:1fo.t'.su : from, Indiana.( This is .
W tie reputation and no doubtJust- impossible ,ai: doctrine," or fair; on paper; has | ington only and. lady the
of being a shifting and unstable] to adopt any system' for the .Droved'Worthless. for peice ,between. h 4:.charge. 'Weaver it upori the bcgHiinr' of)\th r end 6f:matters: Bfi fit atrM.il
,
bat since steamers have become Territories which will readjust' 'its .the'Nprth.and the South. It,stands our, sjbility'aaKnian i : ; that'the ID: ); Illinois. ridrph:fQ
roH and frequently passing and.ep&iE2g .workings, or restore peace to the twp' tottering i between.the' ,hostile,: ranks,, American part J&)
,ttl. over it, the channel has lost\ sections? of the Union. ,with, impotent voice,,.:beseeching' its; the Democratic" tyWC'unaertake ;-. the'Pillmore pa'rt ,h>te.tpiJfear\\ \ '

tendency to frequent change, and The great merit claimed for the former foe. Congressionel ,Intervention io"say l.b 'the5,-Am6r' ; that Biichanan, jrill bo.withdrewnainthose. thb ow m'etcamingui
{ita already established its character Compromise measures of 1850; was, to,:aid in its wOrk, :3ocTids the lean,party proscribes: ;no, man Andy States"so, as to concentrate' !

\tas tabilitj) which compares favora- that they settled the disputes betweenthe Nebraska lill) aa.a 'cieanre of peace t. the'Democratic partyvisyhich prb-- :their forces on, (Fremont. .Already. ;

tor with any of its neighbors' This North aad-lre'' South,, by removing -=-so.returns' Congressional Intervention scribes men.for,opinion's sake charge in Indiana-Illinois and Ohio, are the ship ,on****the

bJl l&TOnbtC! change has no doubt beenyroight slavery agitation from, the .floors ; Abolition hath n life'.superior that on'.candida.teror, the;.Presiden. 'Democrats ''said:td'bc petitohingtheCentrdrOomtnitteeT | ] all her "

principally by the agitation of Congress. We, in common with to, both, cy, and, the party which nominatedhim at Washington; )' t 'i
tK
-others, in the South ,. are hostile to the'foreigner; asan 'to take' Buchanan off' :bf track I "
side in the water by the paddles of many opposed With such a retrospect, value 1 ; ; il\Q\ the most t 1
steamers communicating motion. these measures from first- to last, but can such a bill have for< the South? individual; that therefore, wo are, 'Look'out'in. :tbo. Sooth_ for,a- single- Thqpreseptksbio* J't" .. .

totie the sands of the bottom, which arc with what success, j is:apparent in the Who so blind as.to: trust the'"P ciff- bigoted and prescriptive because, we: handed.race- between. Ffllffloro, ; andPremontT

Tisbed out by the ebb currents thus fact that, in, the teeth, of their'Own. 1 cation"it'proclaims ? Jt'cpmes to. us dislike, and. .hate.the man, and because I t
deliberate resolutions State after of thIs dislike, ,we decline, to share. ; ; .*I < t 4ila
:
keeping the channel free from depos- as a desperate ; ,,which we are A Fillmore MoTement IB MasszchuettiAFilImoreState.Convention and 1k .t 'A.
State and South Carolina,1duped 1 with jiira the',benefits ofonr, common
andgradually increasingits depth. finally, to try ngainsthppe and experience.It .- 'will : more thanafl:
ftis result has suggested a more ..direct by, the delusion of 'peace lot is a shallow.expedient to patch'up, institutions. We repeat that, it ,is ,be S : held'im Boston on'the '29th:of tons 1Qf 1 : .
only acquiesced In the not. truei:that'we as _a party,are';Jhoa* # t .
application to the bottom by a ; Compromise, for,party purposesacetional divisions. ; ( ; i for.the< i\ rpts 'of'nomina: jlfyan&jring $
August, :
String"the ebb tide, which has but..submitted. .to that_1 _famous.._ swindlethe It seeks to save the Democratic party tile to the foreigner as: a man. On :ting Electors'and'a' 'Fi1h Q e,Hlckcit* the checks -' kmonstrouLfW

been made during one tide only as admission ,California, as 'a ; in the ,coming Presidential l :'el.ecj j the 'contrary";ptroppp8ition: {i sdlrected. -, for:StIiC t >officers. The;Boston 'Courier < ed 'dbsoliitSby r--: ,
free State. principle and
The .
South warned against not' againstthe
'
J' ,'but with such.results as cncaura-- I was' tidn, from the storm of anti-slavery; '. ov.iea thp.calt.andjsiaya: : *.. $
rtsthe belief that this method is practicable but she refDsed.to h ar. In 1854, and_ to 'accomplish this,end it sacrifices individual. The. general;proposition The. .above call comprehends ,all ;
thi Nebraska bill for- j ijv.lo give .a' preference to ..na v
was brought :
;
such of '
small
,and by a expense Democratic principle popular the menwhoirein .favor-of the clec- ph :
I
can be effected and ward. professed to'srivc full force sovereignty. ,Whatever, stake tives .over,foreigners for ofljce. It is, tidnof 'Millard, Fillmore" '
.Presi ,
.
Biintained improvement as will enable vessels of and efficiency to the Compromise of the South may have in the success of not proposed, to, absolutely .exclude t dent of the United States ns ran'lit 'no inea 2gJieM'.as71Ilat4._ # 4 % -
;
";
draught to enter. And those 1850 by declaring j \in plain terms; the the Democratic party, she has far 4ill foreigners ,office,but;to give 8ho ldbo to .inen outsfde their titiiitA.g rer 'oC -
Urge )responded 'by
doctrine of To a preference.to:.Americans uS'th: i ,.
;
Tbo are most familiar with the currents popular sovereignty.' grcater.jin: acquisition.of Kansas. general of lftlie: brderos: 'w lt'as, thosiawithin. evenU il S.

'at the Bar, and have paid them commend this doctrine to the South She \.wants no peace which ,gives immunity .' rule. 4 Kift Iftir/ york,.*,a:; very'1argopprt :, -* / ;- vlongtfre
& ;
pirticnlar attention in reference to the Missouri Compromise line fwas :to her enemies-none which :All that was ever contemplated is ; pf ,the.,most street,
Q respecta
its improvement believe that a per- repealed in the same bill, As in 1850, deludes :her .people into snpineness ,to awaken and organize" the American bio merchants, clerks,:.rmechanica, =n4s 4
cjinentone can be effected by another so in 1854, this measure was heralded and inaction. 'No"Pacification Bill" I' sentiment of the :cpnntrv-to manDfacturcrs, Bhipowncrs nnd shfp

method at a moderate expense. The to the North and to the South as can restore harmony fo the Union f; create 'a, wholesome. :public 'opinion, builders;'have declared their prefer*, : '

oases of mischief in operation have measure of peace. Despite, the furious and ifitcould give"peaceto, Kansas, which shall operate alike upon the etrce for Mrt 'Fillm re ;aa a."ca d1- mentof gocH'rfto

Icen found to be of a local and not of ageneral demonstations of, opinion at the ;. it would beat: the.cost, Kansas. to people and. government. so as dtO daW for 'PE sid dt, .and! 'Boston' acquire vMifcom
North against it,-and the ,opposition -- North induce them in the exercise'.of j the ; f\V />v"lVtf; :<
character, and, require only the South ,It4 was because the should;dq:)&saniejhing wftnout! .re-
focal appliances to obviate their ef- of its leaders in Congress,; the South saw that. if let alone'the South.would elective: franchise,,and, the power of gar 1. o: cbnsequence V .
fects. Bat whether this improvement again duped by that 'hope, voted almost coloniseKansas make it'a slave appointment give a preference to S.' .; ""-4-- :I '

is nadc by one or the other processor 'ona1)imuslr for the b..ll.- State, ,that she organised her "AidSocieties" natives over foreigners for:all. placesof .r m'tA, }'4 GA.1lepuUkiJ sbu'-: ,' : .
While accepting, .we.did so simply public trust.' Politic c!.ani Crops of JBast Tennessee and ( 'Is d ;
armed her :
serve
not, there. are sufficient advantages and, ;:hirelings i 8J S Upper Georgia* _" .: 'd''' ; %J
possessed by our road, aid the because it repealed.the' Missouri restriction and she would now, only} consent_ : .to Now we.maintain'that:'there_ iproscription "po Chattanooga,,Tfnn. 4 6;;1856 '
which ittcrrainates : expressly and repcatedlv repudiating pro.vlded.lt.secured.Kans to }in this-there is nOthing : ? ,
noble river peace .
upeu : .
fo insure for it a. nrofitifelc, business, the ideaTthat ,would_ l allay Frcesoilism. It is idle to mince the in it wrongin principle nor;is there 13fB: to, EDIJOB:: Thinkingyonwouldlike .
r.------- -- n. anti-slafery agit tion. With the 'The 'embarked, in \ to 'the 'l letterorspirit : hear something: from, this 4. *
to remunerate richly the stockholders truth. South-js anything.. contrary Sta and I ; for All!! their outlay,.even if they. had prevailing antagonism of feelingand, the struggle for':life"yand-with;: : ,tHe of the constitution;-Oathe 'e;few' '}Upper- :Georgia.FlllmorVsprospects. 3* : s

to pay themselves, the entire cost ort interests between Ute North and the 1'ghtsof! : her; past experience full contrary it embodies, the'very':'genins you.a mes T firmlvsbelieve giving'-ybti! be 'will 'whicbjaffgrtiniS S 5" the

e work. The great commercial South, the one struggling for power beaming: .on liertlet ,her turn from of. 'patriotism"! 'WhaVis; ..patriotismv thIs' : .
-
a4vaatajrcs possessed by the St.Johns and the other for existence, we had ant pe c offered: by an.bolitionisetl i, tthO ldvoofocr"Country.-not the cxrjf Stefp! .by >a considerableJhajority. good
He
river, will,create *n important depot no confidence thai any legislation, Congress or .by party:.worshippers, mere:love of i its; JiroaB,plain! ?,jls1 rip: This*' jTs.gaining'grooVd every After
for
all
of a diversified trade from the Pcuinsala. any compromise or concession the and seek that which comes oCher own ble rivers,.,its lofty' mountains: and ,day. ntTJs right' 5
.which' will be distributed to"the part of the,South, would or-could repress rigp.tsrfaitbfully''a' bravely' vindi beautiful valleys. -but,')the l-ve: ijf FUlmore .and:the good: news from'all I "

Ksrth and West, and will invite to it the obstinate fury of fanaticism.In I cated. AIL other, methods, failing, our countrymen-tJleloveor its brave :, parts of the .StatecothesflowingFncvery:1 ,- "
,
directions such a war, what umpire could successfully this is left. men and beautiful womcn-the'love y. .'
exclJa/ 1gc.CI'om' all which '
_
a
) _ The! .portionof tloubwhich
cncctcdtirongh ,interpose? In such disagreement of'it .raws"n 1 k traditions: ita customs Georgia,
exdianjre must be mainly Catholic Supremacy ta'Amerlelk..The ;
I hiive .will ypte"for
onr Roads. what common principle could Rev. Dr. Reze of Detroit and institutions:that is'patriotism' passed
.
Roads has be. adopted.? The passage of,a law by 'R : 'few It is this of.l to,'the Fillmore. In the9th;district oft Qa- .
The scheme of Florida (now )in custody at ine'a\) ; spirit loyal 1ty' osa cOunt,; Fillmore1'will-get two- refused Io tj* 4 4.
wHl be little Congress still, left the source of the his master the Constitution and revercntial 'obe : .:
devised that there .
been so year since, writinpfto ,,; ; ; thirds of, the'votes.' In the northern .
conflict between the different malady untouched A: law. Just to Pope of.Rome, said _:, dienco.lo the la we,which we as.:a party of' .
of the South, would, disappoint ,the, aggressor trutli, foster and aria .I inir Vyalker'connty I ho'whl; l'gftt $ .
triumph cherfeh
Eies. and such tnwtbe the amount We. Bhali.eatho ) desire' to ;. Ton maydepend.on f it.he'
business a few years fcrill of them, and rouse h.is"rcsen" m : -a temple of idols' .overthrono, the seat \which. we wish i ,'ta'see:infused into the "mojority.' : -* _"TT-4 -. ,thigectipn"of ? -1' .
law propitiatory of the North would is gajto pg grouod every, .day in. .
j
tho
tVat competitionrill hardly exist, falsehood brought silence, and minds of the youth:'pf Country the l-
';. .
..! cpuntrjr
from the want of facilities to transact but swell its power and .insolence. all the United States embraced inthesamOfaith soc batin futqrQ.tJiey md/.. come .for- The.weathecisvvery' hot.,and idry r??, ha leenjiiy; ait ? :
'
tl business. offering. The'present There.was.no possibility 6f reconcil I. of the Catholic where ward well:qaalified to.act their-part altthisiconntry. We had a light *afC ,;

condition: of our State furnishes\ no iation.' v. indwell_ 'tr th'aD'd' temporal' happiness. upon'th.e' 'stago pf.life., _- .'- showerrof rain.Sunday' ,)whiclfreyivpd

criterion (judging ofits future. The same. 'poison! which would lnrc tedCongre.5Sional i infect : ? J.. We'appeal l to ,the youthv.and:! ; especially .the'growing.crops; \j tJf sOon ,yifiap' .

A new era has been introduced, legislation A. popish pries tin Indiana' told a Pro to,the i young men of Eloridia.drdcn beared. "Therg'*ill j, tlire.than. :
iating from the commencement of tlie also popular sovereignty. In- testcnt minister! .'that the*time would .- tfand: ,enthusiastic-(topariseanof ; half crop3t:niade! ;ibu(, plenty ...r 014 i C -' I
tervcntion and non-intervention '
obstruction of onr Rail-Road system.W come whea Catholics would' "make' reflect I tV; : ask them in, ;the corn remains,'Per-toJlo" ,thj;coanSAVANNAH.j 1g I
have a self-imposed duty to 'perform equally the. medium, through which Protestants,wade knee deep in blood formation of their,political i opinion i .Your-&c.. SIWE& i -

to do our part. in completing : Abolition in, socie shape or other; in/the valley; of the .issisSippi._ In. to' consider and. .examine' ,into this S I.: : -s.-: .. ?*s* 5* '

tins scbeme and our part is the Jteyto would fasten itself upon the politics conversation with a' Catholic priest, great American'principle,of devotion, *, -.. '-LIfe "' x6aiI: : : 2SZ -:: V.vkjL
the whole system, and without itsTOmpletion of the countrJ."to the destruction of a Protestant minister lately bscf.vcdruCah to the;Uiiion' and, the., Constitution," Men:rejoice when :the stm' i is ttrs j ik vC.Lit'X-v: ; ''-,<- $& : *

the balance would bo comparatively its'peace,'and the periL.of. t South.. 1icism Is.making rarid\pr\ of' habitual :reverence' 'and 'cheerful they :irejqice;'wheftv.U''gpes cldwa' ; 5IflCCd4f$ b 3.j- ,' .
.
worthless. What I suppress, by a mcreenactment gress:in this' ountry,and" -' obedience :to( the f'J \rs.i'; and .CthaprccminciUove.of.tlieir.couutry ,while ihdyWtf nnconf cioul'd, ?ihVde 4
The inconvenient of a feeling which: burned:in:the bosoms 'obtain the ascendency.", and 'o1ivn' '
conformation less are Jong .cay, r'J tbei :. iivesli Me .:ejoicefttseern i
the State withotl 'Rail.Roads. consti- of all classes old and young, throughout Towhichthopi'iest'eplieth countrymen, which abimated ;the legions the. face: of an e eason.03

tg I serious drawback to its pros- sixteen States I I' Appease sectional i -i "' There is,'not raember :of ourChurcbbutbelieves ; of Rome.to,.defend :1 it against ,the arrival, fjone;reatly: desired: HJl

,ritkbat with them thid very ,con- ambition by a.Jaw ,which deprivedit the same", dangera'fr ntvJthoUti'wei1.: as' iditestihe Nevertheless rev'olation" ,'Of the

formationill be the chief cause of of a portion of its appropriated Bishop' England'in. a 1 letter'to' his : 'commotions! from within. seasons':is.'decajr'.oF;. Iranian life.Fragmentd'bf .- ? '

%it,rapid advancement. Millions of conquests I I.The. idea was the very Holihessy .the Pope, writes:. Ask those ,% ho have played their:part driftiw6bd 'mcetinJ5 |:1 ii, u'S

teas of freight will continue to sweeptro1Qd climax absurdity.- Yet the South : Within '.thirty:years(;:thpJHrotest-; in. the political i drama, au4 are'now :the;,wide oce ucOitiOuQ'to: ther *I
the Peninsula after theseEod and the Democratic party fell I ftitothedelusion ant heresy.wilLcome to-an end If being gathered' to.thelt fathers,what !little::spac;! ,thus 'par 'bts; ;wIV ,
Is in the while, Gen.- CASS congratulated wo can: secure the'-Wcst and South,' d.' children/relativesJfViends and Hches/ -.
arc operation, asat present, they think-.of ifJ-.l they will all ) .5 S
bt t millions will also find their way the country.on th triumph we will/take care of New, .England1 'answer and tell! yoa -..that.Americans ,rethalz- J w 1thbiit\ s1 rt;.>'i"T Llf;. ._-- .

$ffwa from sea to sea, bv' these va- ; of "Souattcr Sovereignty :and'Mr.DOUGLA'S !, j j Thi8vRame dignjtary i :, said, j! ,his for America is fundamental principle :then'sepaHle:-: nraeitiefitabjet : ::ep'a.rat! '

TINt transit routes, which ;will bring proclaimed an end, to slavery ] Catholic1. brethren at 'Vienna. upon 'which_ .'th.' future glory, 1 ofiripr l \=

Florida into the great. national thor-i agitation Congress; M-All 'that;i la necessarv'is mpnbyaid happiness and prosperity! ofour goy- CaOthO9JP1OflJO: [ ;I" ..wb" .

cftre between the North aud great ; : Two years have passed-.twoyears Driest to aubjngaie/the: } .nock.libcriies -, 'ern cn t, can-rdl6ne... res't. "fp'jgafety. and .Tor.'deVarted:; !relati C3'has. pa owerto .
*,cs;, of the fiercest.agitation yet !known- ,of,AmerlC_a. -r. Alb'anv' States_ security. ,.1n- : -- -'-- -- -- :-- c.'C.. '
I and wher if we?( Have,: wo advanced Mr. :ktlOdMh1fei ISJ di&thiS'flftnteiahVbterg
'' tleaaeX: |EJImoreifufo unto "
gre
.p one 'J51epi In our .searcn tor man.Dnoppik L. ... F ottiers'a ; tfiein.do. unto rnThdd..ifi' ou.'b" rsu"
1 Kcw CEST.-Everybody will ? Are.Northland' the South ,, o FBEMONT-Jiin)'T 1tI.NG. *you.iroiwo.AatJe. can $nlcfi'ii"' 6h i1 i. Q;:w1lh. .1Ul.'o.iI 11
peace { ; is.the-principlo": npon-jwhich .
e 11&1 to learn that a new cent Is .ncarer than before;fn .the setile- FlLUt ii.iA> gentl t an\'wh s a yw ihe of,our t'I. .*. ': '-_:.z -'
W,
any alonoL-repose perpe oUy j ( \cla. -
; / .t? ;
:
.coined. The head of resident of HudspnV'received. "
old copper : :meat of a common principle i J legislation y.cter- free institutiOb 1 1 ',PI, ; !'
&ls so long represented :the for .the" Territories? Are we day sa' !retter'jTrom his ..S9J1, i in.:,Alleghanypity .| ,.-.**:;- w *C : _t"(: ;'t."Ia-X1C.. .spo.qP_ t ."fli;. I I

.llet fractional division of '.oar not; still deeper in the i war:for power PennsylvaniafstaBng; 'that Wh n' jpatulita'attempted. overjthrow ; Xnfcto. WaFv.
L money in use; istoo cum- and existence?rlijwlessne8a in jYash- o a.theoTening previous'to"writingj.aFillobre :theCiibertle. of Bomg-ho :co mmenc r ';".'JA)5/a. <''iWft.J KsTOB3w *'-' ;,.
!s ndl2rge for the little 'valuevjprasatsd : ivilideutialcampaiga.war: 'Kan tbe'.Pjea- .and-Donelsbn. Glnbwasbitaaized > di tanierng with and: ,cor' *. -',.:tLt'idt4om7Bonoake.to.Shocco : 'i'
; the-substltution for ington iafthe Northland; ,-'*arid;',tbat the:Frefflbnt'and rn'pting; 'thojouthorthtcountry: : : :.&, Springscor
i r ohn8tonrtoenal; !iorganized. al'clnH: nti cl 1twa: tiu ter\ t0 were. thera will;ber iocorn! ffladenone at"lt'
.i J aev coin,readily distingaisV the recent eleciio&s,fornisfa Ike reply. ; -; htajd'tI\'aBftr 1'if ;n (l'1ie : "f, ;,3 ', SL
.Sjwna all pthertin. ; cirpulattoncor.sidercd i ,-- And most'BigBificaritall! .significant on the: ,same evening; TbotwrifcV thrown, *ide.ope'noforiin: iramigraiion tl.. i Di.ilii! reli L
flbe ,' t.nr ."E J1a. rand' 'feign iiifiQence, that' { .rnsp Wf .
t i'f
by all &great im*. of:Uie despair"ef|>cace-raakers f t 1 ; i j .Mr'1'f' -" iI"\' _
S!*** It is therefore proposed, aDd ,TOmprdmik ra','t" ;:B tUinl I deiphiai,: twaV advertised" i* T--:: ddr6&J.r J7lthela'ttefcUbi :B ,;);:tbo mistreSs; r.:We 1.rjtld, --dia- ppIes thawever',(> ; .1 1iafl _
--** Pirector ortbeJlmt, tkatilie:{: :: tlurq.ett on..we-1fav
!.1sj3aIl, e eigbty.eightrrM'tn .fic tio.bn1.ttie 'ati !il ,>he Jfl.per 8O,lhataent)i letter;Tadink -' i enSe edf&lWnJlBesnot; ind'aIEwbIl't' c' 4t .
kaake { t & the,endorsement'gentlcmati 6f aeterebfthenT'bb' yi'a. :jptfh vdPi
.twelve, parts ofCdnreS6toU4iflte1'! ; :
hated form .f *- *'f f +i -* "s'JfV.MPftl VJfj L-i.-' ijoI-- ,. : 7 4 ;.P ,;
red FflI R m6 "' : 1bvoth. Otflhtry, 1Tonrat $ 4
.of dark '
a com a uI 9dQU'8JOWC1' i .
< Jtfc to weigh.72 grain s, ,'Teation// -- < v j bQPrQL'PPPUIa1"ko' '" D ol rt iliftt! ri,1.j.J 1 i } M,thd'Am1erl'. < nwty,r).1J.2''J Jarge false" .are' '.t altja: '' :
rv !
mi4&lr f wa thl* against iboWrse den L.itiiiQ\I waur BttiMr; i' 1 "Mft.jthafcMay 1.. q C(3tfr4it0kiam:.... ,;';1 r& ;., ....to C."u.1 : : ., .
t.helil'ee :1"..; i 1! :cpi1ra4vsfa4Tias IL1k- I ,n' W3.iJiiliiwt: An :
.
I $ ar; r -
.
.
!. -r: ." .-!- ._. .' -'Co.- ,181119.. jpgeg6 \\U.pOwet'OT1'. es/aad.tbat the.Fr6ro t.ClQb .tle,;oh&r' hendIvr ttbift' 1' U tMN n. ...h... S.
r. pl otg "
swa t'1.
"4 1 S ijIII f ritorr beyoBd'.tbat'of: A&ii.i:1' : ;
'
: e
;: I.'J'.1' 1td: $1' \ ail. .
4 : 4 4 -- 'wbo: asserted d nkrrange&thimscIYeaundBrefla: | ,.pqv rnr yD pK; ,1 .JJJ.t. .\ :
ltd ,
tf e SI N Tao31i.st"r7caiyleti'on : ng: goverBBWBt,. '. 'a.t. \re .ih&.1MW. f/.T J
; \ e
'
t' .h la tf' '' '' jJo
re8I'
.
.vuft '
&n pel t< & h
:' .hieli hail', .. .' 1.Ja .f. .v'-I. :_ ..;. ."'..ite MW hpic, )lrl'at i ee., ,- l'YI"J. ."-. ., (" ..
.k.f.tg. .
.ie1 t South ''K p1 : il :: .:9li.iUiftl I"iitHII e.r d t.. sTrtf'iM"ii' "t i l\IWV,,' : .1Mt. b ::' : .. f S.

, HlIcJge 1IMrDe ti" 1_ 'tth'jO. ..tJjJt. JSBS.r i1r.w. ?' J Iii, '. .
,
& ,
't i&r .l41. :Jd1Di&k4' ( ." '. .. r I : : .t,
Ot f ; JA 1.I. >"i4awps4B l" ,_'- "! _.' ,, .d..fl1''I,. :. ii "
.. !rl! L, ff] T "II P *
A t t 1.1 Sr"i i -
{ lLt1r&Iae .+ J .. \ "'' 'p < ." '. : ': .. .' "
': A'1, 4 c
.t. V/ : ,
z. J
; 4's t'4 I -
0'. :" .> : .J .', i '" : \,-.,T, ,. .. :: .. '" :,.:.b'..,, ... : .4' i.i'p.-j. 1 : er 5i&t
1' "
'
:
'
., ': % b' : 2 3W '

r 4 u; 'i' #: tj1 ijtd :; :

; ," 'I) 4: 1 ; :; s,4
: 1
'j' .



-


'
'I
c_
*
i AA -
-.4 C, ,
-, j4\. I _
Lr
; ? .;fTWha -
I --
rehii ; jf0IHHir i, '%**ewe eaMiyt- $ faM has bsar..Iaksr

J"loo,**I laVletter fro*'Washington! to th*Bsfc a matleg', sin. tap
I -f'- : Yrf4 / 33ii the rearpeet..( his
i
:
t .Win. outThr3Gf JPe 1 I lgnorsn faq., !nspsbI.of sta. tIrSunjbusnoices thebesati of degetK aad adaMraUtm of!bibe sw., tiers

: r IPLoUws di4Adead41 c $dUured a t8:1oiortle&1e4erati .tnithnccupIea t.kclnStthat sheet er4e Democracy t ye s

.. I- I thjNoytliUoO1 of Mt.. la tefcrepmentta;? ti ;coolnct'of MrFiHaora U* "*4)**. Toomba and other Southern Senator* a bilitywith which bIdLiCulbs
: --. the river and d ay.. IIlseoodacttward, lii,
S eaj Ip d SJoor bass fcojrht hard and ably agaInst ,
This 1w3Ie.r7ue4e14'icaor srd, &C.PiiIibtert. beiten rote of (lift ia th? Lid, ha
y. h*rbor b.11*. bat bare been by a
b .. thpen te oSLnee ftbpitt7Wb1eh ; Lu ?This scribbler! must indeed be verdant be dcea two-lbfrda This fai a remarkable change FWsevvral frkadaw.tb lbs coovicti.e,

: we bdhsidertd to be the mot| national; andj eonaevtj pamphlet form,and extensively cTeuifl* ,not kwrwkil-MrJ'iU iane4a proclamation/ fears no bUla f the aort-j -wera passed. lb Jpba.ia.v _r.

i:: j Vativo In Its character. Dot (then the Americio -tbe Pennfjlranla Demftsjaey.VAt tblu Tou, warning tb ezpdtlu4bude4 yrthe mfyrmded They either fell in one Ilonse or the other .r be- fr kL ioduithhkbtiriltbj if the Jad/re a
false jjiillriTi assembled in Philadelphia and nomlnjatfd fie the veto t and, what is queeV euiuirti. are ,
SIr Montgomery-wsa the Democratl, conspirator, Lopez, against, the Invasion of Cuba. at thia moment rivIvd with oyerwhelmuiig pip. beaten by a better .o.
*; M .LRD.FZLLOaU its standard beartr, di tric< sod Be told them that when left the American chief MrcLun baa astonUhed
in 'Washington .was
the
: 1.,1 # 1 for Congress .the they; ularity5 In direct oppiisitlnn to- cue UI *** Vale*
and klcke J Abolitionists out of the Convention, f the Cincinnati '" pl ie..Trr l here by tryin* ta pro,.
a membetof tbeiata Democratic SU$* Conventk shores fur the purpose of fvdings forelgn eoun- planks platform. IWrj

; -' : : we did not hesitate,to'dedare,on all occasionsourdc&Fmlnaticn >n. Ht Is a sample of UM national' Demooracyr 'thiuifefte ll tUImt. to protolion, and How much longer will to* people be h'nmhngJ J ont una,Is the nu abolition more rvlisbte canddn Mrtkc,Glib.&igr 'Pill-

1r4i'i-. support him for the Presidency., of' ,wbomth*, Union and.metcan.nd-oId Ue could n udbytbUw* 2efrioun- ged by the artifice* and professions of sham Dem cauflr! aodei aland Ibis, Sat y ,

There appears l in tbe &wt of last SatardayraccnInnuicthMt in Mr "FHIraore ; To cot ciUat the West, and secure votes h Here it, for \bereare
; dtiien
: jyhjg renegades-profess(to,expect griat thiagf try fcocd and foyat ; as ocracy. mu7
having who Mr.
!
s 4t':4:- la which w.srecbrgedwitb the protection; oothern" rigbtFrom4 th president of the United State*, was bound ,(as fiir Mr. Buchanan, millions are taken from the tn iot,rei'p'ct. 'thvj dna't Faw.ri like ii a

; abandonedjhe old! Whig party$ or,Know Notl speech of1r. Montgomery,'mentioned abore, the ,Gen. Pierce has done,} to Issue a proclamation Treasury, not only in violal i on of p1atfrmdec1sr-, t are anxious tu know such what their c "

: : log parts(net certain which)on account of baring National'Ather girss the-follow j g extract; against the proceedingcf such an expedition Jfo atioba* bnt in utter,disfrgard (if the's'pir It aad let* wf it In tbe Middle'a.Ml East yr

been defeated for the office of Tax-collector. We Federal Constitution and the teachings pvarance*. Weal FI.'nd* w.H
"And it matters not'tow far ourlmit may ex*. ode,iaillyVnougn- believe thai the*, s'dretvtorous ,tcr of the roil
pronounce thi* a foul and malicious slander He pand, with the assurance that they till be entitled men expected any faror'from; the of it*'Cramers. n lPjuTitJ for FUmure! W&Ikt4 Bi. -

% which could only bare'!its origin in the brain of a in demand admluioo Into the Union with tbe f nn young *-.u
President of: the United State knew fall ,
They .
; ;: : tow flung, drunken blackguard. of gorernmeut they may 'adopt Ni rthern and $ The Charleston Jftrevry. thus speaks of : --S.LstestIndiaicest1- ---
embarked In this
well that tbe moment they
European emigration! united will ensure1 ma* very (
,
,' 4' It is true we were a candidate for 4he office of jontr iu fcrornf inatitutions. expedition.they,were,condemned by the; law* pf Uie! oemocratfc party: n nujfoa, IsJiae. at PaL-
Tax-collector and before tbe election 44 'As a party, the Democracy' of the'ITtb arenflt'ti : ,.
I knew long Giro our Northern Working men seth a land outlaws. 0J1 eaiae LW&S CSii 5 ur,1 a55. .
their -
: : came off that we should be defeated. Both partl.s as-Mexico fur a home, with prudnetire soil and country as depended on for $the maintenance ul their Sometime during tba '
The following extract front this article shows deliberate and till l less ft mornia/ttf
salubrjuu climate; laud where the fulwpj never own repeated pledjtv*, >r
a.
had regular candidate in the field and there id lnl, tw w.dicr whu iSrfJ**
a .were falls and the flowers never lade, where 'strange h
;J. besides ourself some four or fire independent candidates bright bird' fiittm starry wing, and mike the When the palla&V Crittenden and his little During the adminMirxtion' of President Pixacr, h.iuse, at PuataKaufcv yard* ia adrartee

.- 4 : and we beat erery man but the two regu forest vocal with their ineiodr, where the mtiiu- band of American cit'xena were prisoners in the the Democratic party in Congress' has exhibited a of Indiana-one of tbein were ki4.d Bred anon b

lar candidates. And'it" further true, that we lain t"rretit sweeps down the golden sands, and band of the Spaniard, a word from Mr.Fillmore recklessness of principle which must shake the wounded bT tfcrw, baIf.. Our ,

I 't :AItheIa11y !! were not the candidate of ny party, and receircd one bright men summer such a lingers laud, and always-tbe; quick give the moving Northern Americans would havesaved to their their fate lire-be*.uttered lie abandoned not ft word these in confidence and of its trampled blindest upon supportem.its own Is President.baa denounced far About, i Ia antheotieva town we.hHT we have it fount C-L

-- ** **. *" *# <- jf twenty-one whig, and twenty-seven democrat'w Yankee Squatter will hare the country peopled, extenuation t>r excuse in their' behalf-be pleaded when his highest and only crime was durotion tu which are czageritd.nntncrun Tiw dee* iep.tw

f+ sTm: American Party ,of Duval vote*, aod this co-respondent baa !lived 'three and its iiistitutioifs nrvd, -before thefslarfbulders for no mere/ nor initiation, and did not wen demrnnd the principles of tbe party. The succiasufMr. bare been perluratcd brei bt UJJ Wl '
South co.u4! ,tbair cumbrous house BVCXIAxAX, faithful and firm'as lie m ir be, will *
t9 of the patk
jut' tf Tallahassee in anticipation of being a candidate ft fair and iinpirtiat trial. Mr. Fillmore The laXatiA were
Qontirncet.atGracq1IyHil1, years hold xtodl, hand cutf. tbeir Ureywke their oxen and we will not impugn bia motives though we prove but a fruitless victory to the South and tu coad.tou of tbe pruuttitlr VnTb S'borxt
for the Legislature and ba : yet and start their emiyrtiit train .1 do protect against his principles aa anti-American,) the Constitution, if tin Democratic, party pease. ofaucceis. Tbe trail ,
*. Dthe ( Mns alle to find a democrat in Leon County, possessed "In my disctuuiou of the Kansas-Nebraska bill teemed 'o regard these men its felons, equally undeserving vercs in it* downward courw. It is supposed that .? atUetwa wo on i |

: th of, of so little self-respect as'to irsult democratic this far, 1 bare considered it s if the tlareuoldercoald of protection when living, or consideration If on the other lund Black Republicanism tri- couu-iupl-ted. but that '
IT **F&CE'8fl4tIJMhC w what is left to the South? Will '*he-Cinutie ,wnsu
xl juj convention by proposing his name. under its prorhuons, emigrate tu the new when dead. After the news came ef their nmphs, much exMis d. the
'
d i4 : : foff tlw nominaV territories, carrying with him and holding his American blood -be a patient, submissive dependant np m the temptation ci at be .
ii.; Septe iJOT brpbsepf piteous death, when was poured sisted, and thus tbe origiii.Jy dta- v,
We called npon'tbe gentlemanly of
Will she
proprietor slave, but such is nut the fact. The-ajavebolder on I like the impure stream of a Kennel on the Union, administered by her enemies? b tlid aIariazCut.
: 2 %UV tingcaridjlat ifthe cxt Lcgislai the 2fae to obtain the name of Its Tallahassee correspondent may go there; but be must leave his alare behind; sand of toe FIJI of liar ma-their bodies d is- participate iu a Government which brand her with giving. pren>ator i/.

**i -A t'are to said and were Dot:at all surprised to learn and Uien he who has been 'accu timcd tu implicit figured bj the impotent and inhuman m : : represent, County.I .- obedience, and ta be wailed upon by others, must We respectfully commend the above paragraph -a t-
.. that this individual is of grog-shop'and tumble the nibble, and then buried with sepulture of a Tiara Fi.i.
V VCpme du his own bidding, mid become his own eerrant.MSiareryia Jfr. Fittmort did and Tki; :
dvf nothing of
; l nelr.'ClpinoaUWC lee" Were aii1nolA.nq to the notice Messrs.! Long and Call. E L ,F7oriJa &ntat: ,
not
: ? notoriety we as yet, a stranger in creature of law. Without a law thow
to that; his Ai/urictnitm tad been outrage by
2 4 :.: PMPtt.r, k. w*..4: ;. 4TheeiJLbe'a Brfrhecne preparedCr.llie'occasion this community, we should Dot notice this coward to authorize it a alare cannot be held a moment in then 1-atlaritUt." p.- Pursuant the Mil. published! In
iu tbe From the Savannah Georgian d: Journal. PeuibSuU of the lrtl! ) just.,thdAg4j445
'. ly sot farther than give his name, but jest! some bondage. No proris.on exists Kansas-Ne- A more barefaced and ridiculous slander was the precinct of Tampa, nut Dsfle
r4Z to which all good breaks bill authorising slarery ; it j is an act of Mr. Aaron Da Costa. at the
.J who are not acquainted with the 'true character of freedom, and it rirtiwlly shut*out the areholder! nerer uttered than tbe above. We have seen the card published by the Mayor l last crenin*. and orgaouiid the i.*tia*lYtaJhw

:1 t :_ aDrlJtrao mericans e"respectfully this individual may attach morn importance to his Irom the new territories; under that law, atarery! Every intelligent reader knows that no man bad aad Alderman of Jacksonville. Fl*. It is necessary' Mr.act J. D-trU* ta the char sad Mr. *.CL*

invited.! : v statements than they deserve, we will expose to can have uu foothold. Tbe ,slothful toil enervated more sympathy for these unfortunate young men fur us tu do justice to the gcntivman whose name ject to of a the*Secretary.tn ttiiig wa The* ta chairm elect*n dSl.S,5 sist
? slaveholder, unaccustomed to ranst, if he has'been introduced in so unwarrantable a manner lath
i* public censure a few facts concerning his political than Mr. Fillmore. He expressed his that Counlv Convention of tbe to. ,
would introduce slavery into the territories, give sorrow in our column The repurt or the investigation party j
1 W'Pithp C.'BcUT, jo? Uroome Sf. is our character.(?) op his lite of ease, leare all the luxuries and re- they had voluntarily placed themselves bejond of the burning of the i>Johns was nut the Tampa wa theist Monday in Aagtuti

'. -4r ? aatbofixed agent for obtaining subscriptions and This individual of croc-shon and "btztnbe! bee" 4iiiineflti tif civilization and emigrate tu tha wiUderueas his protection.-- It i Is well known, too that as soon work of either of the editor clout Paper but of I inate I candidate fur sMenibJrutiio, .ii
: -. e adrertiement and collecting all monies due this distinction first introduced ; his own eult baud must rear the cabin the reporter, and hd the offnsivo allusion to Mr. elect delegate to the DoUricl CO TU.__ .
1 himself in Tallahassee barbarities"
'offlos as "these were known to him that arty to be held at D Swb ia
.n NewTork C which is tu protect him from the elements; no Dacuta come under our notice it should never p llcrnsaa*cu
: 4 as a staunch whig but DO notice was taken of him slave can come there to ease his toil; be must reside be immediate/! ,,recalled Mr. OWEXS, the American have appeared in columns. We regret sincerely oat the Iii Monday in Srpteatber ncr,t te

urc*J onr anlhorired Agent at and joined democratic party., lie continued among the hardy pioneers before be will be Consul at Havana, for not interfering in behalf of the injustice done to the gentleman and a dudiUtto for Senator.- -

; 4 3 + Mtddleburg-'Blnck Creek.toreeeive and receipt to be a one-horse member of, that party until, be permitted to rote f be must gather aronad'bini'a these illtated men and for this act be hope that he will b* assured, that hi* sorrow can The f UowiMjr Delegata were thin dofr KQLnateJ
: _f,f all money*due this Office In that section.A went to Savannah and the American maJority in favor of.slavery beKire be will be able young was not be greater than ours. and contfrmed by the meeting, TBJ
: joined Party to luflueoce the institutions, and.even with a ma- denounced t&e most outrageous manner bj the --I-- County !J..gaas. !) .frid

4 : ,:. .. _- .'. M E B JjO A B T lie however not recognised by the American,, jonty, be must await the slow' procvs*' of legislouou. dem'ucrstic'preu throughout the country lisa For fAa florid Btpubllca*. E. A. Clarke.Wm. Q. J. PakarJ

,' t 'rsr 4 Party in Tallahassee as worthy fellow-ship and But if tbe uardy frredoni-Uiring emigrants the scribbler forgotten this? The dismissal! of' Answer "1 GireTbec all JHf Dearest." O. Ferris, IU D. 'Keadridt.. .
k *>
: .PRIDEN the North ,
? now occupies a back seat in tbe democratic church. trom happen tube more oiiinerpu* than
Mr. Owrss did not show that Mr. Fillmore's Amercanisui .1. K. (foyer. S._ B. Todd
i:: : : : XhIa4il1nidei fr That the reader may form some idea of tbe ran- the Southern 'planter*, all his toil has been in | was outraged bj these barbarities ob G. L. Johnston, A. Miranda. '
;* rain ; free representatives will be chosen; free Ill take thy gift, my dearest, I). A. Branch John
fly of this consnmate hack declared ta Daring.
l : party as laws will be enacted and tbe door will beforerer not! And with it
: or never part; M. L. Sboiinahan, M.
in the presence of two gentlemen, that Mr. DTK*, closed on slarery. Fellow-citizens, but for a w' McCortj,
R, Duke John
Of earthly boon the rarest T. O.i .
,
n
: 4f c' F T0 VICE PRESlOESr, the former editor.of the Floridian A Journal, was nleut think of tbe-cbances there are of a majority "Something Rotten in Denmark.*' John Sewell, *
of the ftetilers State A true and constant heart.
VPL *" m new
; indebted to him for all the able editorial articles any being-couiposed Leaving out tb! good and patriotic State of James stephens,
> i Andrew JiiDonelson opulent p outers, who bare left their- comfortable I'll keep it, like some treasure, .
; John L. Branch.Tbe JT
'* which had appeared in that paper since his residence homes in the South, hot tu obtain lands, not South Carolina, we do not remember to have seen -

tJt.'t1'S *. | orc_ _Emc. in Tallahassee and that Dr. Joxxs, the present to seek new location, but simply tu.procure by a Foreign Locofoco paper in any of-the Southern Preserved from erery stain, meeting then acttonrac'l sine di,.
.. 4. D.uLIcu
; Until it i
,4 pleasure
,
*_ talented editor of Floridian their rotes a majority in favor of flarery. Such States which has had the boldness to denounce your E. A.
.c. TOR 130VERNOR was entirely C&urSccretary..
-4 ; an idea is absurd and preposterous. No, fellow- To claim it bock again.
t flavid dependant upon him for editorial leaders! This citizens, such will never be the case-the Kansas- tbe Black Republican party and its candidate -

-:: S..Walker, distinguished(I)i ndiridoal further said at the same Nebraska billie a death blow to slavery propagandwm. since the nomination of Frem"ntl! Why is this? The world may think it madness, SMILES FROWX9.
AND
) -
W4De S
o"contTT. -\Vhicjf till
or t time, that it was through his influence Mr.BSOKAW _..._-_ Is it because they consider Fremont's chances of That lore can hare the power, do Smile and male

.- It 1-; 9fl coioa'Ess, was defeated and Mr!FISBKB nominated two years It is a plain and undeniable fact, that there i is success better than Buchanan's, and by keeping To ease the heart of sadness, you ton

'Jamei-lCBaker ago-that his Influence in the county was*so pow no Democratic Party now 1 The Charleston Jr mum they mar secure tbe spoils and patronage of 'Mid life's tempestuous hour. household happy, or Lc crabbed"sou}

. :. : .. 4 % 07 erful the party dare not nominste a man contrary cur,, one of the ablest democratic papers'ia the his administration? We notice, too, another significant Well, let it think at pleasure, make all those young ones gloooj

.:V '- **S cQLPxaIApIv3T._-,. # to bis wishes-and that if Mr. BROKAW was ever South, has repeatedly proclaimed th a fact I True, fact, that nearly erery foreign locofoco And censure if it can, and the older ones miserable! Tie

.; t f. nominated be intended to take the stamp against there is a party professing to be democratic, but it press in the South, bare been engaged in examining b So I but own that treasure, amount of happiness can pr&e!

,. ; 4 w.w McCALL,' '*JOmf T. MYBICK, him. Mr. BROKAW has been nominated and this has no principles: "Succttt it LA. matter of t14r the antecedents of Mr. Fillmore and Fremont, The dearest gift to man. 1 is incalculable if von s'

: f- Jrf J. UNDERWOOD.who I has sank and in conclude that Fremont is 1f
into
: one-horse grog-shop politician ( ) insignificance. every case they
V principlepower and place their end"We the best and safest man fur the South. Americans -: Then yield thy heart, my dearest, face f a kind heart, and speak p!dhwtnt .

I "Tbse have received give below a communication taken from the I'll ask for nothiag words. AVcar
the' more,
Republican The last time we saw this individual was at a ,and told Hue Fillmore Whigs, think of this I a pleasant coaatcnancc -
.t jr'uh to become subscriber*WM! pleaaerttnrq Charleston Mercury, which shows the true character Tu brighten woes the drearest.On let beam fa
exhibition in //ewont the bUck hearted traitor-the candidate ; joy jour crt*
i S the paper. -The names of thope who do not public Tallahassee, during the meeting and motives of the'present "Spoils Party." time' all shore ,
? ; |rtnr the paper will be entered on our mail book of the American.Convention, where, be was of party who openly avow their eternal hostility rn ged and love clo\r on \our fa Ir e&
From iht
., : ,aare&ular snbacribers. f ", -- forced to leave the house by M one of the boys" in The Democratic Party Charlttton.Jfercvry.at to your constitutional! rights -is a safer man Thy'Mid heart alone will cheer me, There i.s no joy like that ih
Washington. b of -
.. for the South than the noble and gal Unt Fillmore! gloomy ur pain,
order
himself
.Aja icam: to save thrashing. There are now prin 3 from a kind act or i pleasant
Committees for Dnral County. MESSES. EDITORS It does not seem to me that And whisper, thou art near me,
: j Tbs1fouowingamJ gentlemen, compose the two gentlemen in this' city who witnessed tbe scene. yon altogether appreciate the feelings of the Democratic Is not inch declarations enough to arUae the apprehensions Until we meet again. W. deed ; and yon will feel itt, nl"1**

'*_ Committees of tie American Party f orih t&fy.Couu Unfortunately fur this correspondent, be is well party at Washington, 'or yon :would not of every good and true hearted.Sou. when
-. ; -.Their Post Office'addreA ts Jacksonville* known by several gentlemen of tbis city who hare blame so much their /proceedings in Congress. thru man who lores his country and its sacred yon rest, at morning wenyou

; : &. i, .CbfTdS1 (bmtiUe:; no hesitancy in pronouncing hhn a notorious liar What is that policy? To curry the apprnach-ng institutions better"than the ipoifs of ou: IS [COXXBXICATEn. ] rise, and'tlirongiri 1hcdavwheaLOat
. 4 > F, C. BAaartr t4xrfl. Bcrrncoroy, Presidential election. How By the slanTy issue II.XB FLAT, Au S. 1 86. business. Homt> Journal v
; and drunken hound. at the South, the Tariff ia the Northern and Middle y our *
Dpt1lhxIx
fAtf flornjfs, JEDWAID A DBCOTTKS, Mr. ,FiUmore' Acceptance. Fix,-Tour paper g.ve much satisftcioi t>
: t JwuA.Opr Ifthecraringsof this indivIdual for notoriety States, and by Internal Improvement for the the County ab>iut h re, and uvci.tlly wa, I glIt S.-
: ,xectitiet. Mid Ua West. For this end |Ihe South was given territorial We Uke great pleasure in lavtug before our
Committee the
S Fif *& : should prompt him to make another attack > see setter of Gorenior Brown iu your r nt COUNCIL PJlOCEEDl.f
:wILiILND.'wAzD11; .WttuJtv ALSOP. upon sovereignty st the Cincinnati Convention, by readers the following tetter of Mr. Filluiore, accepting The peiiple in the County bare bd but ( *
us,we shall endeavor to him and a pu..rcbaucv
COCTCH.
satisfy his
t, :UzzAwBovzL; Uii 'lL V&vc expose which she was allowed a chanca of winning Kanso -. the nomination of the American ofGeorgia. U f134| out what >* nieuut by all Uie Cviisn./
.- name. Tbe bare mention of his name would exonerate *,-although this policy, so far as the Senate ol puny front ditTcr eCouula Jacksonville Au, I4tb,IK*, ft
L As on all other occasion be stand they pick up ut p i>pe? ib y
: us from any' charge which be may make the United Ktites i* concerned,has aince been repudiated. .ieraatIie t.ulILis i-cry dittcreul' fr mi difT.rvuipe.ple. At a special nic t.u i>f the City,CuaadNf, tit

: Maji'lfndjprwood'r.lppointments. against onr public or private character.Billiard For Pennsylvania. New York, and the forth like a true patriot and honest nun, and bis and th's ktier ln tn Utiromor Urown T wn of Jacksonville, held ibis day,

.- /. J.J.baderwtAIketr, will address tbe citiof S.- other Tariff States, the Tariff, although producing past adniini trau<>u a* the high eat pledge becau I puts ibd tbin stragbt cmt. '1 nitstlf am a l'rreut.-'IIis U. aor FI I. wLestiaafai4t,
.r aad twice as much revenue as the legitimate want if 1 1t of his faithfulness Native American out and and Oeliefe
tens .East &uth'P1urijafrt. the following Fillmoro. give to tUu constitution uudUw I out. in >ths
Couocilmen Oik ui
.. e (Government requires, is ,Jell uutouchedj the the true fur -UaffiagtuD, lloegKip?,
mdap' if be bti entrusted party our cuuut/y, at any rite 1am .
Since the nomination of Mr. Fillmore by the West i is to be gorged by appropriation* for Inter again with power. This I s thinking now ahd shall in \Vi I turns. -'
::4 .. A. ..Sept.......... !. go f r the plan
4 '- _-: ***- .!...>.;j> 2. National American Conrention, and his return nal Improremexts from the Federal Treasury ; is open uud manly, and so uultke the mere demagogue of baring Auier cm barn p pie m..ke our law. The lion. Intcndaat nTred the lLisit Pie'

w-. 2.t . GsflsvdLcb,.....,.. U.2: ... .............. *. home, be has been endorsed by old Line Whig plunder the North of aud the South West;with gnawed bone and trickster, who is all things to all!! uieii-. and bold office* nuder ,ur Uw 1 Uuu'i cant it amble and Besolutiwu*, which avers sai essjadopUtl
the fear
:. :. '*t _%f.' 'I'J',.,- ,.-. ,... ..S..flflSflSS* 4 to appeare respect tu that it is indeed refreshing. Wo commend it hero t.nd Ibcreou<: *,. b.1ds .flce. but I, 4 'n'$ "
I ** Conventions in nearly all Ibo States in the Union her institutions, and spoils to her politicians, are believe in Jute U.ru : '
kind
S < T7CoprtJww, ,. J.i 5. ,- sveiog gu men orruling
? therefore to the the wbole
T and stands bef. the tu secure success. SViib .what success the game people, people,us a docu- it over 1 .. the atfl&Kud
S* A flJLft Sd 6. now re country tbe only National u* ace s .an put iu Jittl oue dar iu your Whereas By reference) Report

* ; ; ... !** *! 8. Candidate for the Presidency. James Buchanan has been played su far, let Rome' talk of our politicians went worthy to be ire..aurcd-becaus. it contains toWn by a nun.a* was a lure.gu burn, zud 1 foit a* of fleahh fur the Citf 4>f Ck.irtt>bM ,&C.
at *But of
I ? Wafhiugton answer. tu principles the pledge of a }>atriot-a man who has been tried I Ihougb he bwuld hut put ne* in wiUiont a f.iss.
nominated the Cincinnati hare bwn of the existence of Tallow
was by Convention we
.. in such a game, tu the gamester at least is sheer and Uie man bwaa in appiijd
did
10. and .uud faithful the M putting j.wl nuue
M-e9i: r ;- u as a Democratic candidate, but the Platform upon nenacnse. Success is the mother of their principle to constitution' and unum some row about it. but be bod IK backe* uitwa Fever in said city and whereas *5th pmeYd1 '

i vIs -4 12. which he was nominated has been repudiated and *; power and placj the'r end. They know iu every viaergeucy. lie was i. ver yet found a long tune bock, and afrre the1 part v bad gut i U held tu be ibe'first law of nature,* Actt&rfa
: very well that, both tm the Tariff and internal Improvement wanting on occasion when duty or patriotism Icalled..ronkI. I- up. It is bard telling buw the wi'lt .
:. i. kicked to pieces by Gen. Cass and other leaders of rotiug r>. Out '" & .*,IavJbuiiai.iaaaa TavLss
.. *, they are acting against the l nyproftutd from the talk 1 hear Mr. Walker
JkSentmel. d Mr.
a baker
14.t the Democratic in M tk uwa of ViaL iii, Q'a.JSS'
2x *- the North and at Washington, principles of the party-but what'then fAre ahead. S tf xliiile.
& <- t.# and "Ten Cents tber to lone in the BcrrAto: N. Y., July 31, 183C. going Miie bow or another Oof. Perry traeLavof he sai4Tuwu ut JacaseavWbS
1 : a.suu ;. Jimmy" !without a plank to Pennsylvania approaching di.i.'t like well -' ia '
mthoie11 ...%./! 17. ; 1supi..e u about hu .
Presidential election, reducing jhe Tariff-or H.Y.M.MI14.KH;., ;putt.itsuch / l ircvd against the $teaainer t'4is.i *tcMrctt
: 10. stand upon. The Filibustering resolutions attachedo by tfir 1 hare buuor a heavy Ux oil the people! when be was a,, ; Leiwteo IVrt vfCaMlioa. thaj4iha
the West, by voting against appropriations for ,- the to acknowledge the receipt the jUg the ; ,
NcwRiverI 1dCney*, !' that Platform back long since been of letter of the 1'Jtu Legislature. stat u* for Mr.Uawkins, be comes : and Pa'atfca. l&eSl. Juhna1''i
repudiated your
_ rivers and harbors T What nonsense i i. this suLj mforuimjuie down upon
: you lou bard
1 8pDnEIc? ? : the
; ; ou that
S : $;( 4-k.4 UonW. McCatiJ'Cwlern;: ; by portion of the Party. M r. Hawkins declared would propone to the party or tu some of our that, at* Cuureuliou of tne Antericaii i.any u( Aoicricaii to pe 0e. pies m fc.r the tobdtinj* at the Purl u| JacWuivUU, DV UJ

4?>"- company- r M J. Uxpcawooivlind address Elector.the*will sc- in his first speech in Tallahassee that be was Representative* *h<> esnire to be its leaders, a*t tbe ftUte ol Georgia, beid iu the c&tyur Macou ou I- Palatka,party when the sun man u*for 1 the w a Aiuenctn at tl M speiking date uiiJ Iurihtr iiut cf. aud tlutgue&pt. 1De5 1
people tbe oih und VUi 1 of tbe
IUL p.ny CuZeter
A'ational DemxatUt Why these was uuauiuioualy nouiiua- u .tiee e
Cincinnati
i aU. portion uf thejrtaces above nam d. V bitterjy opposed to tbrng like filibusterism.So any said wheu the time came fur Foreign burn'
any nasu to
-
- sages, have not yon of the South got SquatterS ted a* their candidate fur the Presidency uf the I said Qrutialartsad.
: b1JUE1MITU- BEXNWC- the party,hare vow neither principles or Plat- irereigiity, and a p' nty of go idsolutions at United {jutes at tbe eoau.ng election. come wauttd among iu shoulder u* ami baa make old our musket laws fur and u*, that be Upon caotii.t>ot r. Kpp, CoaiiiI aJjoar$4'

-_ ,-- #- 4 f.n'm. and judging from the tone ef their orgnstt C.ncmnati? Ovgbt tot you tube pleased at this Ifotug already iu UM field Ma the candidate oftbe tbe held and tight it out. I tell be bad gu out iu F. I. WUEATOJT.W. lsieaJt.
i Keep in.irk of ? Be quiet, then : can't Aiuenuu p-rty of aba Uuitm, I cannot Awl you good
& itEeiorejnePeopIo znauera but little'whether Fremont or,Buchanan is respect vim buipyiiurselt. crowd with luui and uu mutate. *
w v* Rest satUUed with otherwise tbau nattered and liouurrd the ._ W. Mooac Secretary810O
by
courtesy ac- ,
in s at -
_II_ 1 .. \ By refifrence to7t e Senate,Journal of the adtJjonraed elected! so they get the spoils In the language of least. We hare by >M niggers don't cession of ueorgia. to her sister State iu the .': Next week 1 want you tu send Iwo or three paper
: yon your so sup for
j ; :-. MSjpitor ssee'LeguUlnre>the !thxNMvember.l89.V, which conveoedatTaHh the Chariest.n Mercury; an able and stanch Democratic grumble. port of my u.im.uataou.: ily political seus&imeua. Uruwu'a* suAM letter neighUors tu JJr. lCueil.I hare, they- liked UUT. .. Proclamatfoa to the Major Zr".
B well.
4 il/ **. ,?* paper, which sjill clings tails principles The leader of the piety in thin State, at Wish.ingti.i are tm well known to need auy recapituUiiou liere. 1 rigut CnnAJt 1
.d.l ItVmOje am we.l
f\ ?? aeen that CoL Mvrick. and ctiar-cter and former your w *uer, J, S.. newed f I feel such ,cetjtint
__ .t* : the WJ **benator frwu Jackatm and they hare "denounced and trampled their and Cincinnati, may well be proud of it. uiy serncetf are tbeoulpted.es -
Contity own -.5.
now upon of
'c- the FiNr1w.WesI1iridi They hope at least tu reap the reward*. which 1 cu utter, that 1 will,* if elected, the wonderful curative aeney
: tnd Mnriduceiacritnbt. rretident, when hit Kigkut and only crimt toot dt- / INQUISITOR.e use ur best endeavors so to aduituUier the jcortrutueut .: for tit FRqn2zn. Electric Oil. (Eighth and Wsln*$.) thit.!
r1aUousagai.t
I ; rJi1ta4z4oaQiAq lo'Cot. MtJaisr4l raislna Im.the notion to the principle* of,tht party" sedan. now '-_. to store harmony ui the coun.ctmg ecUOUM -. When other Friends are near Thee renew my, pn.positim to drpostt $i'i'
.. and maintain a coruuil
union between
-. ,rpvem.UraJ scrabling place andpower without principles [Written For the Florida the 1 r'!
4 and without Republican.] States by giriug tu each, .and all that ''protection Mayor,bi forfeit to any inntitutio bt a jif

f : a** .eQ.d aiu k- platform. is it2TOur 4 Can I Lore Again which lain Oouutitutton has guaraolieu.$ If my When other friends are near tbee,, i 1 do not cure A.IT cseofhtnm"Pt

: Fiai-' '. p... .t--pt.tjflrt th* Peop.-Thst D.S;Walker, neighbor- of the Ktwt\\still Insists that : frieuds know their believe'Coustitutiuual that 1 bars autnoieiil tutelligcuca ta' And every scene'seema guy- I asthms, pnralyX: gout, fever and atue.

( 1 :- :3 -; *At 3sv American candidate, fpr Ooreroor is f .Mr.Fillmore was opposed to the repeal of the Missouri )TX1L.r '* "*' ; honesty aud morul courage tu rights uiaiutain* and them autticivut, they LetmemorjindIy% bear thee,. deafness, Ac..-and oil i?,c-lace 1 tare tfl
'
& & Z } Compromise. We are somewhat surprised wilt be saluDvd with Ibis, but if 1 Luck either, uo Ou eagle wing*away, fully treated in this city. B.iItfinri.'WgsbinXiNew

--fvlg; r2ceo.tbL..1nds. .. ; to see onr neighbor renew this, charge, after bar If I cease to love her pledge could supply the deacumcy or ju tUy them Tu where one friend ia sighing; York; aid otherplacea. Atl

t. .* % ; a tfo? by jng inadvertently admitted It to be false Veek before Caa I lore again? in 1 KITIOff toe ISis their ooottuaiiua upN| >rt.so tendered 'With feeling all forlorn NewTon last year. 1 treated more thu' th1icaois
1.14 accept generously
I 9ott Myrick'a re*q' list tntgraut flowers Dr.
loOonaahows It is hardly cessirytorepesttbitMr.)4r'e1egsrdedThe1usaje with a,grateful apprecutiwo 01 tbe bvuur doue me dying; i eiiat.fsiIssOld;

aTrj t>f tbda, UndsuJTo ftat- Mi* S Which'of raWng the of tbe Compromise The Ior0 w, lch;fo Tin/: Z' by the Coureutiou, and beg leave tu express to' : Are scattered by tbe mornWhen 1t 1 Fall.skeet. Trcntoi. New Jemy.toM 5! -

/ Jd prrrent tb po rmenj of tmr State Irota par* of 1830 as snperceding tbe Missouri restriction;and I hare, )larisLednpon yon uiy thanks for the ktna umuuer in wuicb you i other nrdsy he'htdf cured more than scyetJ'I *
: bare been ta roices thee
Without pleased cuinuiuuicate tue greet
a return.? .result of f
-', suppose we admit,that Mr.Fillnrare4ike Mr.Buchanan their deliberations. lu with my Oil, and if u cdprrperly, iJ'JJ
accent
-, and'Hft7'JW M $ ,.t Drpy,, membcn (be lUUrd of.Tnis* Will lore again born? '**" -' :(And other eyes behold thee, $t h
4, t4 : teea,?oted against raUing Csbft2l lands fcjftinguUbed Democrats; might name,'was .," MllLAKn,FlLLXOlI.JIachanan I 1Inraptizre'beu.yuOmee' .. rijU All the great cures adrertlscd a.
Ve opposed to the disturbance of that S ( ; I Philadelphia were mad by'Dr.SUitb'5"i !
Wp ?.ae Compromisea ; Ah *wlft flew the moments, I ?* Nortnern and Southern Let memory,geut'ly bear the* : Is .uirritcbeIiM; ,
a 15 which Mr.:Douglas regarded bay, OUonly. A.NoriheasUorner
: 'f. as And blissful) flAek tu thu'lunH .> fl u ,
they passed
:- Face. sad
fpreoerved the peace of tbe conntrv for mart' of Walnut!
:- 'Some pleasing enchantment An: the Democracy profess to staad the Where webve spent, delitMl ,
I r4r- ; F 'b tb eas'whattben t :Does ournehefose't on same -- P.S.-AII the hesi druggistS fa
I # :'! wI 4 Seemed orer me cast; ; platform; and to act in perfect contort on all So inanjr happy hours, '
'b g Mr. Fillmore, and sett'theothers guestions ell my Electrfe OiL ,Conaterfcilers are
.,, t ,Ei w fddreu thept %. f bth if fiope threw o'eroyfiiture \- the unsophisticated' will doubtless' be Ob1 sal
p partI free because they Democrats. f Consider .sur- I, let not distance sevsr, l sorts wnrthleu raix to re*. "Bewarerf -
I : IF : Tints bright aa the morn, -. prised to see that they paeseoi fery different faces That cord which the 4.
A. E.Srru-In
neighbor, the injustice yon do Mr. Fillmore. lri ndhip wove, name- glassy
4 i (Wbi1e deep in my bosom on the slarery. tloustthe{ South' and North. Or absence &*' *
t.,, ;c' q $ lela4ri.IL.j1..b.. Our neighbor should remember that Mr. Wise of though forever, The editor* of the 'DeuiocrJ4

__*%* .' .M : -. yiriilabut a short time btforrbftwt( elected lire's f wsIgilelo.nrrTsndr were-,borne f +*> tf? UU Southern :Cice is presented' by the VJcis- Extinguish truthful love. -*" : *Iston, ''Me.r jiul write Dr. Sofft

g j ba, I, ftr 4 Governor put State,* by tbe f Democratic Party, """*' *i: borg ('Hiss.' ) Stntiiul, a zealoua! Buchaoao- -organ, t Let memory sweetly linger, '' tl ers say the'Oil sells jfe ?,,AMl ttesfoctloo (

4 Vt 1 ian4a declared his arguments, against the repeal pft the "Thiarision of bliss ..' *'*'- tbusi M : O'er aceoe* which nowa.past* In all parts thai country.be ._
: We dare and single
Missouri defy any one to point to a 'And
be with
Compromise to ansnswerable Com paint, magic finger
,
__ Naugbtvercan'glreoSeeIjIeUurelik'th1. < rote that Mr. Buchanan kb '
: C tIoitt neighbor be consistent sad charitable in all } erery gare- during Bright -
things, 3If > CongressIonal career lorolriog the question ;of coloring to the last. : ERCMUDSUOTT0ITNo
? -' : !If'ywfare'a demo raL* : slarery. that was boton .the side of the South and Lads'a taogb'J *> fKOTICE.
q, : 1O ?t --1.,_4 :: s. I I though tote:lore only {%' opposed to the Abolitionist" 4 Anownoth1w- 5\.> '

at .- : 'Z. -k1q1D Ir1Icb1 MU ( :' s Could be giren,to,me, .. Thai {Is certainly avery hold front for the South j "To mar the peace of years- > I p' s2Mm teI ( '

t.te_ # intptchb-tbe : 1'4 ll g to th* present, Let Expect a bright to-morrow -
e- ? : CampalgnFIo14th -, us now sea bow; his Northern (friend exhibit =
I r4 I sr4. .:l-PfMtii& f : kgb1A9Z4stbe '; Untrameled by aad; fetrs.
.c ur 1st.! him tia the JtreesoUtn.. TbeTTOTldenco (Rhode >
WIieiby We bbiY4tb ce,: t wait. Smith : 'TallahasseeAogVlOtb. vi IsIsndPo4sssealous) Buchanan For there I* one now absent,
Liq ; : E +j& .- tt ** organ aa. theVLcksburg'&iii liVrtoas indebted 0 tha'flonsIateotDa1Coan'* !*
: ,_ Who still remembers A
( now ia < -S.- f tatI4uta'bniL aX thee, *ae *
p j . r tbe Bute, i*at TUbsee dabbCoU -' rWsahingSonHnB .--' w" agBochatian' And Vw
to
hold
cQntaJ4o hopes little
(- le f -- Jingle polltic*, :-' ; tae Rescue. flt one spot,* hertby require t to make fcnmediale P J2i
,Piikips iaM1ibi. : w1u .DSaruthjmemory. the undersigned% and all persons aaru
'please'Inform .D;B.B4MiII aIXr. JKW &rW'ioord irjror
I '*; -* '"M.* *A"> (y V fr4>d4pjcto o Whit ale his ustovors cIiGrnertbre Bw,AJI Fix againat the same, are rvoieaud *> >rri-tlf|
Jte4S;- !: Sp l bwgi yliws as tothe pruprkyoa.ra prominent aad-inflneattal old .whimpered a lentwce in faor of itt July Win, 185 W. within the -
/ 7 4.* tmaiw JUeJ*>4Un z1d meddling In p lities 1 'Wi have ben line Whigs of New York Suteuareoni for ..Fill existence,, er.ow* atwU vtick any; Aoivvld a* s'- fully authenticated C
f rCwHityJi es of In uf bin niewg'fArbsekssi1U.41.n more Mr Granger, In avewiog himself fbr Fillmore conitHu Mto a wit*' ta ntpport tA< iaatitw la w, otthis

!* 't c SSkUr**%&?*l355f insiBi oJir%<> pnaeltvwtardaj t6 t tob If be hast ntters a truth watch we>Mfard aa pecaliariyppIicaMr
i! V T T-m *gesgi **iI>sai4aaoaUisVfen e flub: \ (be peopla.ibonldpertfally Unioo ;to Florida j- "n all tfee taeo'- la t4i' -' reader/y tthafe (hia'flrvteoO, front Col. Baker la the West.MUchluteriss'limsnWested"fi :
Iai& A r -requeited.siSi2t woald-tute f5>r, Fillmore, who;'thlal i2O.8w'r
: m f M 3A eL&Tn would mike tb* beat PrctidMt,'h* woold be eteet- -Wb thnk ypOf it,'M cotapartd with the Sooth- Stataen the subject of this CoL! part B-iker-of,and tba t -

Id by-an jiasBeaas 'majority'V>Wa beHeve tWafnU iril prati !w.4o| not hacwonbe precise', JLT Myriek hani bm poHttea.erowdr ta .bcv them at C ,I SALE.Aug.Ot .

shall govern in'Florida,'tbftt this State would Iyuoraltotbe/sofl &th xe ROtbeTI1DeWOO'scy tatoentavJV'.pv Baroaa aaaUtad.hy, i

& gtTea rity'OfMilsa.t&jtffo Not4s $ 7iW seem to harraonfaf wilh tfee Van Bnrta Bu1 M. A; ib ot r dty; areherVlooitDa-
'inib
L. .- t % 4- .-., ** tUo platform tout. the iotereata
I .
"* menWQIe(. Democracy, and the canvass thus I84W. '- ,
i' -
/ '
:
JT-.J'* -
w -
1 41 & ; 'I *


I, *

) :

'
I -- 1 .
-
.- ;! -III. C
4
-


t--- .t _f ___ .- - '



.. -': ---
i _
.
V V VV'
>
V V u.N4 V I V V
VV Vl' V
rn -

-
$V. L ,
VV
S 1'V V
-
IA -
-
.- :! _
.
WMELTtt AWbt PMTWWD KI1TH. *ef.:-- 'V

th.1wI Vi *
a ntder. ,: ;
GriMm, Ry sd.j.'t' the tt MiflO --
'e..t awtrae bujn*, ; ? -- I
::; te 1owt = rIee*. the -BAUf OF A. ThOU D1LOWERs".s -z--
,
tn it the$141&I rte%. pzrtoc1r a dentifrice trtmld not:only .render it weet* ALABAMA : LOTlitYJACTBuatzKo W&iie- .
but have the teeth white as alabaster? Many. rttf Bi;)JI JflOtT KiLBS: : 4
CL1K.oL '
,w 'r JohN ftrrtMti Jo a<4 know their breath is bisd. and the [ ar THX MATE or t&IAA.T p ;us&Iri4.. : V V"V VV
xt ii
abject is M ddictte tbeir friend&.wHl neref men* _-JAtESOTTUZ TLOEIDJU .
HotiH. Poors aiiTfte drnpoftne" BALM** oaywnrtouthbrirah SoUTuRN: :iTiiAiy-La.&MEy: d ENeX5uasicipt:C. D L &oi,, <
'
sad wzdt the teeth nirfjt cad ?1 I -V AUGUSTA, l, QOtota, >Spt.T o .LTiir, V V
*, LOTTERY FLORIDA.ALAJiJLilA- 1,8OO $ S.Wooo nu --
rr1zc..8GEORGIA. morning. fifty oast botffe will last a year ; & V
a t1. 8cxcz wIost.. .

LOTTERY A'BE.&Uutfli.CO1QLEXjQN ... Cltssft **. JL ''FolttiB WILLIAH)Zarkd-B&n'ur HEATH a"Awn I cboiea Sew quality York, fa, .WHLLcavc; $ LVm.k V

f ifHSTJ! bT. 3ll re OF ATCOAD FLOWERS." .It will remut Qaeoa SidXCitroa;Worcestershire Saner.Leaon-F ; tbJa arc ainutig the largest
TA? 1'IMVL. and TEECKLES Irom Jb*a1n. Cratktrslc. *c : ; T 1 rUtipsmetu sieed.' ons II flbw &

jfliLOll! iii leatin* it ot a*.ft aud nweate hae ,Wet a toweL ii r 12th, 1856r : I *' '* BARRETT ALEZA5PCR. rthI ei i to 60 hour d e cnmand.eiLby excess with tdrfee fcr.thefr prcveolfeB wriJSlSt.

P?r o twi.q thredrupi.4 wasb tht face ON THE PLN.i : t skafel, earefel cad politel&cersvJJaring a famlliarwrUvatoidingaJIiaedieal- V
; HAVANA -
.
.
nyrut and muruin : elejEMir stateroai accommodatiun.. tber"t>&r a and erery.thio| that wmiW o$ oteencTjWtb rOt V
BOOMHAtNOrthernPi V
CLASS 18.is '. : moat desirable cuuynct ,Xew York an'Aattffteiif ;p' -

Ae C of Atlanta. Georgia, in EHAVDTG HABIT EASY.jwar ,- S Female, ftina u H.V > Au4 2Stb, 18.I, h .. teerag.V VV .;..$$ rv ddni1i-4y? deroM to li oiwof .
Tinr h PIiELPORD1 V
r'1vrZL-' eis14 vr nn twM.m,r three ra drop either nI'-wann BALM orwttrr Earnest Xinwnod by-ilrs.-i ; VAT 4 GIL,. V diseases ef:ji tIuat l or'nrjTitejBat' ?h'%
Ageiats in Sarancah.! Tt wlIclk !
llentzL *
ners.PflIZEM OFATHOUSArm UU 0lili I ddedrtpta
SWAN & CO., FLOWER' tub Ibe brd Priseayai> i.i- SAMUEL LMITvrnLL V
well and it will ** MuTifsLetcTI, abovedscaei and a treatoe n'truse.ye
mike
!IL4 a beautiful soft lather. taoeh july 9.ISGI (4Tunta.
J3rusdvqNew Tirk.-
the
Uabibeneirbnokofhl&Bremncr. :_ turns and cwwof FeTeraad .
frrtlit.tmjrtbe .. V
v nubei iud unep peratM>a of haTing 'Price util PRIZES AMOUNTING TO Rnsan the Fiherman'a tohs.. V (ThPrf. .m( QAi&iq, Ze V
r- i k1' .e Ftfty Centi. FwraaleluJackionriltebrX Daughter 1,501 r For Honda ) : V 1 1PeWte
dr-&w Direct
? ;5wbr T.ckct siicst < DREW.Sundries. -' TbITngfrtown Letters, br the author of 1VV

U mL WITBOCTamoontins VcVVCflOX: At the Will be diatribnted according to tbe ftdhmlng -BocprdaX Bobbleton Pari h," 1,25 TfcreBgh in 25 to 30 fccmri to M4srAUrTtoe snthorthiaiokZ1k., V : .
_1ATLtLZ to Jnlr- SI, MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. Margaret M Hhtnd. br the author ofZaidee, 88 --MV the majority of thus?Vbo adr rti a to.curtthe .
7--- ?rIlts Coftonest Florida*, b Tbeodure Irving 1,25 iiatai. diseases of which ittnraUrls V a gradnxta nfornji of
1 Prize of...i..-.....f3 ';OoO ls.$5 .000 ; V
"
I d .... ....,.. ; .... .... .. ,) Ths&mgcffliawatha, .- V '- THE PAVOTEV STCAMEH* V the best College in the United;States.- It afllnda.me V
the f..1hiin2nificcnt 1 do ....15Ouuzs..IOOPI Tlie Mjrth of Hiawatha, br U.B.Scboolcraft, 1,25 pleasure tu recommend.hhn to Jhe unfortunate*, -V V
dtTibStrd or:to the .Ticttra of malpractfcev as a utrccenfnl :
7SlTruwTaM
Va : Bed ilarkinp Chalk, ttetalic Erelets Sir ( do ...10.uOO.is.iil US and V

Scijtmc-! d< nmeut.; Silk Taste in rpon'*. for paper uutenlng* 1 do ............i6,000; u.... ... ...6O1 Paper.. l.Oi ffitsgrirjr experienced they roay/place practiti mer tfaeJrreat; fn w. ndescs1.' .
; :
Irwin 7ii7I and Brws Pina: Red Office Tape do .............5,0 >0 is,...........S/Mf Alone-The Hidden Patheach. r. 1,23Vuniminz'sllunters' '* V 7 3o*. S. LoxcdLtUL ji D.,
; I :
$4t'Ok.) ii. t4b.Ok! I1"a Unsuc Staff Pen* end Blank Music Pane ; The 1 do .......J.UOO i*...........VX) Life amonjr Elephsata '* A V JTrmm A. 'Wnodwrrrf,jIj, if J'n*. rept. Vi1iildetp.&M.lt
and other Wild Animaa! in South Africa ROIflltfl
.t. Rudiments u't Drawing. .*n aetta. f card, fir the S doj .......1, WO are....i:8,X>0 ,- C A gfrfe p i *! **" H.H>.. ....It''s young; Tissue Paper; Huff Cnrelope PaperJ; Bl .t- 10 do ..............JioOare.....S,! 1SO with coluredillnstrstnnsurn l br Caroline -- to the prufeutnnal afthty of tte Author V
Victoria World Orereome
do' ...4 lfnrfc. ,( ) w. ,4kft ling Paper, white and re l. in large end small i *'r of the Medical ilsnnsl. Jfufmcroua ta5crnf
uf.. -; Ik !' !,flW) t-heets; Copyin Ink and Oil Piper; Pile-board lU0 do ....2"ianAPPROXIMATION -....... CbecStrbrw, -- u 1,25 ILL rrrame her regular Jrips for the sensnn. Dtfcaae of the Gcnitif'Orjrros, 'tome cf them'Oflungstanding. V

.a p, a tuf pasteboard, for tiling' *w y. paper; luroice PRIZED l.w by learhijt Suntb Wterf, ou-TUESDAY. b*Te come ondct'my nwCcr; iu
.
Ifr*' J (),' is.to I, kM) Brtks and Letter-holders, Letter and Cap wxit.: 4 Prs ul*4) App.7.i $:O.utht prz : BOOKS FOR TOUTU. the 25th hist, at half past tw i o'clock. P. il and which Pits still bas beefs manifest i rrttnrfng to V

:?' are.... .. ......Zow) For sale by C. DREW. 4 us 3JQ .4 2:1.lwM' prize are i.4)I? The Balloon Travels iif Robot Merry and bis,. every TUESDAY the same time she- will leave perfect beuhh. m snm6 eases where the paticst toaf .

1$ rrze' .._..'_...) ..ri .............1tvM) Ocean St. ojar Bay.Graham's 4 .4 20 W 00 pr7uere lO-a Y"nnjr Friend, by Peter Parley, 1,00 for Jacksonville, Picolata and Pdhtka, and the*' beeu considered beyond medical aid. In tije tnatment -
Przc.LI ; 4 a. 75 .4 I0.vU()pr.ze are ToO Adretotufe* ofUilbertdu-ahead, by Parley 1,00 'other landings on the St.Johns Rtr r. of Seminal weakncw*, or*di trraageia ir =1o: : Magazine 4 1 I", &iiuprizir tOsI Tbe Wonders of> Science,or the Early Life STAGES ennofctt, at the plnew named, with: of the functions produced by elfbce or excess V

tO' & e4.&*> Prize are. SO'41'rtiid 4 12 Z.O00pr.zeri Ws .of Young Humphrey Daty,bj Henry My' Alligator, Madison, and other interior tnwnn ol of reoery,I do'not knonr hiseopaiwln the ptoLsskm. ..
?r' 1i4t 1'ioriz..4o' FOR ACCUST-FOR SALE BY C. DREW. 4 .4 $4 z.oqo przeare 4O' hew, -a S lflO East and Middle Florida,St Augnstiae and Tampa ( .1 uarc bctii ac u uitea with th Antlxr -

: L&pgte mre.,100Ap'e n 'LIE August Xttmber of Graham isnDunnaPr 4 .4 80 ],00t,prize are Zu Cottage; Architecture, fullyjllustrated,, 2,00 on the Gulf ofMexieo.V :, some thirty years,and deem i it bit more than justice
iFrz!' JL fall mud Tjtri in 4 4 0I t -.1.tIOpTze4re 2S f Returning the CAROLINA will! ; tare Palatka. him U kindness
OAp'r"4p3ga >u* contents. ereral of the Irrinif's Lir&.cwahlnt.: ia Sbeep, flanteu's tu as w aa to the nukrtanite tie*
4.1 > to ?.'-'00 I'rizesre..2r.t, leading tides being illustrated after the xaanner 4 o -1io() prize are Xk Thirt'r 1'earn, Pmcott'a Phllltp II., and many other at 8 o'clock A. II'Thursday morning, Pio>Utaat ,Uui uf early indiscretion, rtfcuramea4' bun asoneinrwhi

( 0Apgta l, nrtPri e re..l60 of /Zrrwr. 40 40 ) przeare l Vttjttabl Sundard Wuika,f r 11 o'clock, and JacksonTille on Friday at t oarlock >scpruf siuraalIskiII and IIitegT1tyVb IV.

5 ftp't) 1,<*0 Pr:ze are..looitiff THE SEW VOLUME OF HARPER commentinfwitb 2.) 30 4Q0 pa-ze are P.6.s.. sale.C. DREW. A. II. reachittjr Charlestua thai night, connecting 'may sifui.* ciMi J Uwuwelrta : -

4prwsrr !O AI O') Fr.ze apc.. Jane offer** aiuble time >r ub,.cr bvrs 4t'O O !QOprizeimrt8us" Ocean Street, near iy.I with tbe.New. Vork.steamers bosh ways .ALrazii WooowAOO.V M.D.4 V V

1;Fr' .......... to begin the.ttnrk. Tboe wUhirj:the June Xnm- I- 'july 9.183'l. For freight engagements and other. parlJcnlors MTlu9 lft wliLoat exception, the most eoaprbcnairc ?- V
:: $ -- her and tlutae f'.fluwing,can be upJied Jar amy 1.000 Priiis iunutii ...._... : V apply to I W. JI. LAWTOX 4'CO, nnd iutellfgibie. wdrk publlshed. oa tbv. V

tores period bj parmcnt t. the subwribcr in advance, Southern Quarterly Review. Ajrentji. Southern Wbirf.V I class of discuses of which it treats. Avoiding all .

,1 ni f 5.Qnarters J2 5i. according to the usual terms $3 pAanuiim.. Whoie Ticket3 310; Itaires 5 ; Quartnr3 OE Ut *>o. of the new Series oftbe i&ntbern ryi' JOHN BROWABD, Ageot. all technical terms, it sddrbwcf iUeff to the reason'of
fIikTdet jaly 9. .Jaekiam ritla.ru
v:3 C. iu readers.. It .is free from all ] .
nan of the Lottery. ju1 DREW. $2OS. Q rti-rir! under its new change >f'Proprietorship V I objectionjcct / *
bentroin 1 toS 4g i.i$K., corresponding ., fur delivery to subscriber, kv $> aanmJ For mttera.uI uo iarnt-howcyer faum.4ioucaa ob..
per Enterprise to phiclng.it in the bands of his Tb. ., .
?. ber ca the Tickets printed on aep- $50 fiEWAHD. C, DREW. au V
encir1ed with wnall tin FLAN OF THE LOTTERY Qthoc oas devoted, many,years to tboireatanentof f .
,rreT. are from the witocriber in Ocals, Yb. jolr>,1856.T ; : 2Xa and intermediate V
__ RUNAWAY !Turibus "cumpJoinu treated clL and, wirtvtovi
sid bel.1JtITl 1-455, mjr boy GEORGE.. The The Numbers from 1 to SO.OiX, cormponding
i Prixes, similarlr pnnted andenin said Gem e ia about 30 rears old and 5 feet 7 or 8 with the Numbers on the Tickets printed on aepa- r. C. EAKSCTT. X. ALtZAJCDUt.BARRETT Landings on the little breath tu pan. ana ton little presumption to'
,et d another wheel. The wheels? inches high, rather ouick apoken,cumrlexion not rate slips of paper;are encircled with' small tin StJolin'3 River. impose, be 'ba .otT tfcd to the world, at the merely -

fde& ITt& and a number u drawn from very dark. Front teeth much decayed and probablr tubes, and placed in one wheel. & ALEXANDER, I The Steamer DARLINGTON Captain -JAMOBEOCX ttiaiua1 l price(25 cvnts, the fruit of Home twenty V V

rats jrf SarobtTs, and at the same time a out. lie is rather inclined to be bowlefreed. The first 2>X) Prizes, similarly printed ajid enc'rcled. a Wholesile Retail Dealers la will;-Icare JacksonTiUe. rrcry Saturday years' mo t successful prdctlce.&roii.M5oteucher .. V

bit' the other wheel. Tbe Nutu- be wore bin Lair loop sometime pUtted. I will are placed in another wbeeL The wheels are morning at 8 o'clock, arriringst Palatka same day or parent should be without tie
)'a arenpened and exhibited par.tb atore reward fur his delivery to meat then ren l red. and a number is drawn, from the Groceries? Provisions, Jfais! Oiltj 'TVlacco Leaving. Palatka o'clock Monday mwrning, in knowledge impart d iu,this onralaabwork.-, ;

,i-a. aad rrgistered by the OnitnisritJ iliddleborr, Florida, or placed in anr jail an I can wheel Numbers, and at the same time a Prize i iu Began, Liquors, &c &c connection with the steamers Carolina snd.W uks, would.the sure. years under of pain their, uiortiflotioa and torroir.to -

*Pre b'nc placed against the number pet him. JAMES IL HILL drawn from the other wheel. The number and At the corner Store in:A*. M. Bcu>*a Er. Building.V will reach' Lake:>Ionroo same day. 'Returning, AdtocaU yimlb. cbarg.-L'apia'a. '

.n; Tbe operation u repealed until alltbe July 23, IBM. Ct Prize drawn ont are opened and exhibited bribe Prices Lena-Terms Cbai.jalj will leave Enterprise at 5 o'clockTuesday morn in g. A Pmbrtcnan clergyman, in Ohio, writing V lo Vt
audience and the Commissioners
the
registered by
and Palatka at. o'clock.
?:aCtdraa4ut. 'bG.V 8 Wednesday mi ruing,knd "llunttr's Medical .Manual" says>-,"Tbausand
Apfroxiniation Prize Notice whom it Prize being placed against the number drawn., arrive at Jacksonville same day.' '
to Concern. VV thousands of our youth, by evil example and
may upon
This operation is repeated until all lh.. Pnzes are II. REED Jack
A. at son-rifle
and tbe two fncccedit'g' Xum- ,Ag't influence of tbm passions bare been led iota tb. -
tr prweJirg Tl rOTICE is berebi3ren. that sixty days after drawn out. Apothecary Hall july g. M R. IL REID. Agt at Palatks. ,
Lzb.edr1 itIg the fir$ 117 Prizes will be JL'I date. I: will apply to the Hon. iL Hopkins, habit uf selApoltntiun, witbont realizing tie: t

the C VpruxiwtiIn Pprixes accord- Judge of Pivbate fc r UnTil Conner,for letters testamentary APPROTThTATIoIPB1zES. AND SINGER'S SEWING $ACmNES and tearful cona quenoes uponthemselrbs; and their

f <*f the nnncnputire Will of Francs S.Sbadd The two preceding and the two succeeding Nnm- persons who desire to obtain full and re- posterity. Tfie eyustitatuMi* of tbouands whore .
w, Prizes cf S3 ere determined br thevbb late uf said Cwuuty deceased.S. bers to those drawing the first SO$ Prizes will be TEA DEPOSITORY : V ALL infirmtJon respecting: SINGERS raising families, bare been ea&bled, if pot V

dras the 40,000 Prixe-if that .2 SHADD. entitled to the 600 Approximation Prizes,according Removed to the New Store in Holmes SEWING MACHINE-their price, .capabilities, broken down, and they da not kaow tbe,cause or V ,

,*rLiabeu: oJ J amber, then ererr dd Jacksonville, Fla. July 3, I86.notIce. U the Scheme. Building opposite Dr. Baldwin's adrantagef, sizes, Improvements, method of work the cure. Anything that can be dona so.to enlighten
bricLdi; the chenwwill be entitled to JSPRemetnber that erery Prize h drawn, and ing. means of procuring them, and all other pirticiiLir and influence the public mind asto check, and

putcen; ZWTbCTII, th ti erery eren number parable in lull without deduction. Office, Jacksonville.YK7HEBE *: -cn do ao br applrinsrat our offietf ultimately tu remote this wide-spread source of V

titibrntitkd to t, in addition to any All Piizes of f 1.000 and under, paid immediate is kept constantly band a large No. 323 BROADWAY, XEW-YORK, human wrctcLedot, would confer the greatest,
ItrTrv mtrh tnay be drawn. NOTICE is Tnerebs giren that application will ly after the drawing-otter Prizes at the usual T.w and welt ftdectcd ctaurtment of BY iRTca oa M ritsox FDa blessing next to the religion of Jeans Cbristpn

MILk*io bujirg an equal quantity of odd to the enuing Legislature of tbe lime ejaf 80 days. ? Drag and Chemicals, I.-31. hiier&Co's Gazette. tht present and coiaioggeoerttion...Intemperance,
drtf amber bckeu wul be certain of dnw- ctate nf Florida, to amend the Charter of Incur Jjr Tbe drawn numbers will be'forwarded- Abntrs received br the latest arrivals, warranted This paper is devoted' entirely to the Sewing (or the nc of intoxicating (Irinka) tbougn U baa V
me4f! the cust of the same, with ponition *ut>T a greater1
'- purchasers immediately after the drwin.S. fre'b and genuine. Ala. Maehine interest. Copies will be supyliedgratia
i oihcr Prize. in said Stale Flcrida. scourge to the human race. Accept cy thanks on
kttiwcg SWAN k CO.. AtlinU, Oa.SAJTL .Perfnjnerjr,- Comb, Brushes, Soaps, to all Interested.'
K t&rt ending with 0. 2, 4, 6, S, are F. L WJ2EATOS.Br SWAN, Agent and Manager, Lamp, Burning Fluid, dec, N. B.-The unparalleled snecess of on*V Sewing behalf of iii thu afiQeted,, and, .beltvre uie,jour eowurktr -. V
tbe work
SdH ending with 1.3,5,7.V.are odd. frdma:. guod jun .are..so acurely t*<
** Montgomery;, Ala: Machines has induced several frandu'ent imtUliwua r
will low
which be sold for cash.
l etttcT.tlut Prize is drawn,and order cube Town Council Jacksimrille. "APOTHECARYllALi- gaged in.r V *
erery Agency at of them besides
numerous infringements of
Country orders licipjd and ponctnullj attend' our
ib i.tI I ithout p a Jacksonville Fla. of which we own sixteen. Suits fir the
nd under imatffLe ed to. Pb siciaos prescriptious pat op witb care patents ed, free of pnaUge, to putt .oftbe Unltadr t V-
f l.uu> paid N. B. Letters containing money will be stric* aod infringement our patents hare .recently been any V
defpatch. 214is fur 25 ceuU, or six copies Lar$U .AddressVt
dru.wing-t4ecr Prizes at the attended and confidential.
ly to decided inourfa'orin tbe U.S. Circuit CunrL* inNewYork
tstiaerOdaT$. Notice. July 16, Is8.St1'WOL. TEAS. and New Jersey. .Ia these sails (pod paid) COSOEN A CO., Publisbers, tor Box cIVC. V .4
; confidential. The Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Companj. thy Philuddpbia. J ,
oiswi icati.i strictly ?rT1IIE rertier would pectfullj announce great principle' of holding dowa tb fabric In be j i
*
Teas of direct and uf S4 rarteties tif: BtiokaeUers Canraners and #'
yinber will br ftinrardcd to purchasers 1 iniporutum, >Book AftWhgi
in his cm-turners and the public generally, sewed to the aurbce of the machine, br-a yielding .
*i*$elT.ftrr the dnwing.I that he ntinue* tn supply the various Magazines LOBES. from a ( to IJb. in a package, all.* warranted' and pressure, which ia naed in -nil Sewihg'JIachinen- supplied o tbe muai liberal terms.v _; *-?;?* ,*v *

I i fo'wir fi>r Ticket, or Certificates offt n med below, at the pncca annexed per annum.riz 'Terreytiat GIobe ,-Mannf4ctured at extremely low prices. has been fuliy esUbliabed. Tbe Wheeler Jt Wilson juI.Y9,1834a- V : V ';.u;,
TWO Dealers order
!$ f Twkttthrr to : J-uh L rtng. tiusluti 9$t inch. ST'Country supplied,by i iid the GruTer & .Bakrr ,S wi gJ llncbinrs, V : V Vj VjDII.

MML. SWAN li CO, Atlanta' Ga Harper's Magazine.........$2 25 ENGLISH BIULDS.-2 rery beautiful Family Ine OABUK.V-A accompanied J--JAJWEK tritb SEEDS Casb. PLANTS, Ac. as we allege,1-each infriujra three d: tlttct- patent* HOOELAIW'S- V

'T F. SW.t? JJ.rtit rtnenr, Ala.TnOMAS I'atnau.aMsgazine, 2 25 Blblt-s-large octaTo aize-aniuble tor ,table- Btble V abw hand., owned by u*. 'We bare suite agjloat them in sir.eral .CELCBBATEO '" "v V V V
ilcMILLAN.! Agent.Jacki Kuickerlioeker.. 2 OO and yet convenient for nae. London edition JolT -tf always kept on. T. McUILLAN. of the U. S Courts which will sunn be tried.

iorille. Fla.CB I Ioou.eholdSurds,.... 2 >0 Wm. Oiliinsi, Pateru ster Row-containing nwps We herebr caution the pubf.c nut tap buy any' infringing GERMANBJTTJSR8&

lackwissl! ,.......... ee..e ..... 3 25e and full collateral reading between the cnlunioi JJachiuea. as they'can be compelled by
'CKIPTIOV PRICE RED DC Ell. G l&iuk,. 2 S5 Turkey Moniccn binding, -one plain olive color, Laborers Wanted.WE law to atop using them, aud to pay cuita and darn.ages. Prepared by Dr. C. )I. Jac&oil/

r 4h4e mntI instri.4 ut isuing a cam- irahamn il* mrin.v. 2 25IIorlictiliur the other t uri le. riehly gilt. V V Kp. 120 Arch V
I V'Jwjrr to itduce tlie MjWnptum pric if tlwI >inil, rrd pUtef,..... 2 taO QUARTO BIBLES,\wiih plates.)-One fine 4to will puj sercntr-firc (75) cents per day ;? Local agents wanted make sales of nor street, PhiIadelpKax, V

I Jf)iirv ZoTa-w Dollar*, ia tidtnnce. By this irtkii1turift, plain editunx............. 1 RCUttvltV B.ble, American lii*>n,beautiful letter and paper, and btaird,or one dollar per d
t cr circnlatwn and to Liritig Ajre...,............. 5 On with uunienm fine plates, and illuminated title*. board for l bubirera, t> work oa the FLORIDA and qualified fur the, busiuesa, *rare i>pp irtunity fur OVER
J vftfteEcTfcucuv iu!lieLandsuf a jn* many Frank Ltlie GjZftK wf Fashiunji,... .. 2 25 Buuud in Turkey Muroecu, red. GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD. Payment to be, prufit ble and pleasant employment urofirred. CPLAiNT
|%.tr a T T vrt Rulwvribi J nw' is the time Rail.u'iu VCt&JTiaI, Episcopal Prayer rooks. made at th,,;end of every thirtr d.ya. Work to New and impmrtd injcitiuea exchanged on lib- DYSPEPSIA V

r4ri. it a tl; A nce (a* well aa ill b nte) Lidirs* Rrpimlot-v. Gnctniiati, Catholic Prayer Books. commence on the first-day of llarcb next. enl- terms toy old mi.chineaufeverv kind. V V V .

hf'ei /i/l. JaJj-.a trim the fljn* a.f the I'vIeTton'su)lagiZtuie.....,. I 63 COPYING ESS.-One perfectly new and LJ.MlLLER&CO, a V V LM.SINLEUkCO.Principal ., Jaundice, Chronic ,or ..NerveonaV'lity D' .
|if prcert eaiira i! to be Ufle. f no rI'tTwt Nation*!Magaznr... 1 fi 4 d Letter Pr*. OfictJack.onviile, E.YIa.febTtt Office*323 Broadnrar.. N. Y. Diseasc'of the
*
and we want the RCTCBLICAK to nhur'a H.. iie Magazine..... .. 1 C3 gin MRS. ivmrs FLORA'S DICTIONARY. Julys, '36, Kidneys, an d i.

kice: in the cause. lie ia pn-parcd alao lit fill orders f<,r standard One c pr Mr. Wirt* FKt**** Dictionary fine BROUGHT.TO JAIL V all Diseases arising from a- drs'r 1

amt nil5crllaiifrtji b<<>k\ and the current literature present f..r a ladr. In qnarto f rmt bine and gilt the l thtust, a Kcgn Man abontlZS or 2* Transparent Window Shades, andPaperBangins ordered Liver or Stomach :- VVLii V
u f the dar, wlirtlicr Trom'the tr-de or prnuioa OS of and about&re feet 6 or 7 inches and
with cnhired Upholstering
binding, nlatea. amr* age
tiptti1$$,VIaward Pairs,
FUiiV1
Aaron W. i3a Costa, in other w.!k* f ituin trr. liaring had an ex- LARGE PRESENT BOOKS.-Two beautifiil high, aura he in owned fay .William S. ila>ria, of Bedding Warehouse sks.mtn the Head; 4ri4111u.! r Uw tasaarbNss. .

rcririictf ''s.f fifleeti rivrs in the JJi.uk Trade he be- large octavia Pns.-nt Books-rich binding aid Duval County, Florida, and say.his name is Jaly. IloIliurs.; ({yU..r K't, KaRiMcuiiui. *f beighteatbe V
be .er and Jfea nrer of Lumber. lierm that bec.ng.cee.iviresatifaciiontaatI par tb.. Ctf contents. The owner or wwucrs are reqaested to come f.ir- Wholesale and Retail, 179, King and lO.u.thiNar .*.tiLikins or tlaUMiacath ss V VV. V

a !, (rilt/Teii and Sipar) tin cnti nsting Itlin with urdrra.jPIaflIVfl Tht-.e. with numenms other .ksand articles ward.pnoro pntpcrtr, pay all charges and take V corner of Kjnwimmi x of tk Ilearf, WarHir -! V V
..! the ihu iinmlerK of the Miijrazlnco pent tin re- the line fi sale himawjj, vr he wilt! be delL with according to nest*amst. liUicnti ibuijr, Flutieriny of tb. Ileart/. .
JEKCTFCI.LT iritf tb Stationary r Ly -
p-tninace n8 .
(ripL hr six p *t-.*ffice statrp fur the 93 W'. urian'pluef Charleston! S. *9tim; Mb4 Oriteoa! kit at ihv Cuffingtoti Il epnmipt > CJREW, 14w. tura-,Iii asamei.ut vi. ..i, lies.i.e Weha tetureth.th -
ihf f* &*. % wi>rk will be sent. : I nstri1ai.r.oersaarg.aasortmenb'flzs tj
Ocean street Vrvt1 aJi 4141 'ass Iji 11)41 :
Letttis f i .qiurr must 01 tau m at tnp far the n- Jailor I). C. alott Goodt: 60.000 roUsofP4PEkHASGLVG; ,* sast ECI5Vt thi -

ICOTICK..vm turn |m tv>go B.. .ka iwnt. post paid,<*u receipt: osfrnbti..ber'a Administrator's Notice.FOUR JacksnreE.1a.'Jiane17. 1836. ,, IjMpainvIWXItQ WXllAbES; IW Xatrtutt, .ick.etWatllaA.kc.ta44s Fla>ktf of lltat ;
udrtrtW
pr.ea. of 1CfrpdpiOI.! Alt Piilovu Bottler*Lace ':; Vgrrst
'rN ebu- that .Addrt. WILLIAM PATTOK.B wcrkrf after' date, I .iu .apply to the O. C. GIBBS, ia tny authorized Agent.* ttnd Mudi Crteuu, ,Jimtuit, Satin dl Laixtr, depvui'.sue .4 ap.nis. V V ,- V
into l.y 'rhet'4ire flaTtfld atd <.exttanAll 1 kelmupft.1H. la.. raiituf tne attentioii of the puMla ta* V V

iwTi..u, auder tlm name and vtrleul liartLU 11. faWi 4 >uiyrw p prtigTinglheabiTreadrcrttMHeiit bate, $for Dural County, f. r an-order tu sell thc will please uipufj.. : Ac lid of Upkobtcri*?, o 4 tk*luiituu.at lM*ber pnriaraiinM.M lie vtnitr d r*M 4 wiih iVrt*. 'i!?LTtn; dar diasulred! br mutual w.th Uii m.tke) a few insrrtUtiiatid Stares and a.niuthu f the DeaF Estate( John --- 'JVUVl 3. SA1IMIS* ewrZaUudeJttn aU4suoAes. wl4rU it in racunWl.44.I*a iutaiutioa IS 1)5 Vd i* .i 5I.

r Wnding a marked e>.pj (.. *drertis, will be Lewis, Ute *>f said .Ctmnty, drtsam ma will pay Joly 9,1856.- V V l pa id far/lvriJ, *Jlott.H. V ll I* w,stew 9M<--"f fvtUr]hit oUiasMsza,4 .
Tar..i.q4 of iie Cm aj JackiumTnV. will be rut*me of the pvrtudicals in the nbore lint tbe jutft and lawful debt<*t said eotate. V W. KINSMAN & CO. ibe hfl<4 a ;a jreaii*(l4ai l mote UM ABMtieaSt P* fe,,
I ":" ;Iq guwa ee.ient. Br J. P.SASDEBSOX, his Attr. in fact- V receired. Burning Flaid at 91,00 per julyv.:4; V.i_t ly -. lilrpar4Ii.WtIia L VI.TIu !eilmoij in iu Cawt jie* ay:
lWI (tlaeIirm at Femandina wl I beaud July 9. IK*. 4V" II Gallon! at ibe ..sa priwniusait and wr9 kaiws rtiyktrt in*sad ta-*
theAPOTHECARY tUvidsal.is alt pata e(sb. oenhi7 W iza.eu.e, Sad ** "
bTlle1TyTtnuo. :
cuntinned
be HALL.
by CkeapCaskStoie.Wilson rjeut iNa.4I S* sue Maiw ta4ue4 -
k.ie Admi lstrator' Notice. ass.sUy 7
a*own acci'ttst. ALL peraona hating claims and demands againrt I June th.lS5St.. Jacksonville. Fla.WM. 1k., %g. iii'earw4 JkiIiisIiaty t. MMt.krpural thattU V V
';u-i THEO. HARTRIfXIE.I1E.VRT Estate uf Firquh Ketbune, late ot DoT -- TWO M Hithi alter datethe snbucribrr.Admin- tftt.irSoeJ) icaiiy u.oieItusg this f rtatrt Vl-tty U fcaar .
TIMAXCS. -a.I County, deemaed. miv reqnented to. prevent the .4 the EaUt of John Lewi, deceasrd. A. G. McLEAL and Winternitz. uihtIurd. : t. V V.- V

Mime within the tone preferibfd' br law.Is ir this notice will present fata aecnQnts and vouchers tlinn.. Commissioned and Legally Qualified as PII.irIISItIVOffl.eVtnJ V MaB Taer>rr.v Xo. mArtht.1f4V- V

LOST. will be plead io bar of their tvcuverr; all pet B. gnpkma.allowance.Judge of.Prwbate* for the County- cfDarallur Measurer aud Inspector of Lumber for. TO JCfc4 ESPECTFDLLY Gentlemen of Jacksonville!nf.irmsu the;attd.,Ladiex the >and nrnmu3injr rha&ubi.am. ___* a I Ia
LL alma indebted Ui said tate tt make "
?. e an 'rrtjncr-trd Dnrat Coaatf.
t are egjn,4 acalnst IzaJin (4W. ANDREW D. LEWIS Adr. V dmntrr, that they bare opcumdV.thdr Ft.oalnAir.guIrnqy.u V
*i1jlzndovarrautt.22l; fir forty immediate pajiueut. MAR bETH E7NE. Br J. P.$A3&sos,bki Atty. in feet. MAT be found when bts'serrices are dexired new and beautiful stock of Spring and Summer -r K .iv r, V '.
: '8..e (4fjaiuea Jnut. War 1812 Un. AdminUtrjtnz. 9 lsil. iuqniry, at the attire of S.K, Wiliuins Goodjk ConaUting in part of ro..Cs71n aa7as'-'aiai.Lu eaia,,.l.bse.a' -
-t2b1.s JnlylCI8.-4wg. July m. oar rea4et'if' Mrs "Whitney. Corner afptt aiIVOCrL! a ea u>C>oor tiermn* $ Vi
.&s I hure JaiL .14 war. ,
,, V .: r5 IIt1P1et C ith uismiis(the Utea,laga V Vr
Adams and UugMha Streets. V -
;tte&dnlakin.pe4ieaiun( (UT duplicate t f
JAMES JONES.f Circuit Florida. FOUR: .B. Uot>k n. J odge<*f Prubato tr DuraiC ham,JacJtonets andXJIieckcd Cam- I sus4.'* pseeaut.1as.sp..f p,
CASU PAID FOR, nrfU aps4
Irt. *, kis V
LLie 14th *>nntr. lor. an Order tu Jell the Blares andwi V V V V V bric's Black! and Cord ; SilktChambrays *- wh'tija van.u TauNt lbsif raaua.kaijgi g.cM
Cba Dora County, July 185.0. Va
Specnlators. much of the Real Estate of Jacob Furman. Ute >fuid Bounty Land Warrants ,*,, .
Patrick XL Price, ) Assumpaitb/ Attaehmeat.TS. .County, deceased,as will.pay the !nst and Challics! Silk V uindLa hsq4kiII.4 Ia-CfluiIah$ .I -
'4) itellt4 V Sam Sworn U> $2vO.Martin. lawful debts of uid eUte. : BIT PHILIP FRASER. t Mantillas! B eadic&an yn- 5.1 t*b tN yuQ.-w4 4 iiiMttiij imtwritMirt.' *.. .
V
Company. zaallvood ; ) Bund filed <4uOu ELIZABETH FORM AN. Adx.. Joly9trHERRINGiS t A:5Tflll1lNl I ; KKKkJ rr* HKTIIUCtXAIAsJ ji VV
and on1Tt V Irish Linen : i.-ERTIPICATE <> .Ifl
i: bleached Homespun .- K.VV.iJMIT
in fte4ibe Defendant and all other persona interest DyPzDt&3uberAtt1: in fact. ? pi V V
Cit.-bi4b THE. will take notice of-th inatitutkm of this JnlT- >, 18W. 4t .*. V Damask Tablo Cloths, arid Jfap- : ?4.iJ.tItt.Lule1l1)rDt.-tJi7, WAWIt4, ISM.rabjeet ; V V V
irua4 Mitt, and they are berebr required to appear and frt...U.J'ku.Pkd.DpM 1 beVi -
an4 Plank Rosad.and extendIJand U, C.,0nnlcer u
VV
between to the declaration filed ia do.nie. Merchants-Hotel Patent Champion Fire and Burglar- -kinB.E.-Dajcr1; o* l>l-K>K N ip-j ft>nu,forate teat t i VV S
Sort SBd 400 I*. L; FLEMING, { S4FEM c13ier : Tij 'SiIk ranuf 7 *.V tfw U WaO ea.4Iuje*pt iwtv arsa i
P rcha er or porcbawrs can At.tuiPlaiatZ3gne JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. .. lIE great interestmanifeiti byt jnbl tnI he'waa pby.kLuu. an4 sb'-wuics.ij 1 J
lit ' "* uken in I-Tinent ftw the ; f bis friend* d jGrass Skirts Plain TeWiesles.4Jtth Cavoithet. V t
r.P tbeotfpl uuityofsi notifying valu,4blfpipaiEzek ), anU'Fif'd.Ribbons nut* .Biie.1 hy y waiet t tt ldk r was
rewdeace."iculmapplr to the onWfcs Sale. Md tbe public; generally that: 'liisr U.usa b KiulcantU&a.kIet'seOontlh* ih -irdi tnarjr; Silk nnd-Stra\r Bonnets tVkU.a M wakaai. *an ftw4 a weekat mbsvuet.' : .
rt tenement East of COrMlbr Day open -for the reception of permanent and Sales heretu&mr m*stae bad afll>rded,'induced 'Co* *115.5 siuifl'dla: It,lb.dtc*llI -
JOS. 8. BAKER.ARTICJLMBS BUSHELS y. C. Mixed Corn transient boarders, by atrict attentioif trt bness1 Subscribes?td derot A large p6'rtiens4&ith.and $iJflIsJOnnd BQbenot.iMusllndCambrIC In IIulLsttI! VwoL! lii thai pare. Alxmt Cw td :- V-
44tCFtO O B. hOPKINS. ,just end moderate charge be to merit liberal aUeUtion durifijr ptfrteca in Lit! I wea&Vhw1s dn si, in VV p
)& 3 5Q0 *, bopes a ytitrt matiafiiapfHCtrxtnU V
: recetred in Store and fur sale few deTnco11rs0ChImd .
: $4 *1 rlI4.pjtattarlL TJactt .even.I.( ,ULt2' I -
: share nf p'Jblie patrunage.fcsb7l7 \ tout 4t* *.r**jfcr.tU*&&*, aad '
at hlaeg'a odd Store, ty J. B. W1LLARD.Sale. 1 itTs'IpcsAnd;and : pbIIfr *$ In je *ssd.oe*1' thea st$4 te VI I
JOHN IIOZEM4NProprietor. Leave $aaanre.their .
beg uantenioa
I1 IlB& they //now I 5 jsSi IIU15bI J01 es-ua4sJtrra.tlag*4t m..- Vee.tiHnsVui4
; JiIy : friend*,and Uut public generally' tbat their effort* V :; Tab?> I to h.od Ir dpppije a I __ -V
S1e ret Ted ;W Slrwf tots -- derif's NEW GOODS.TJST bare'been crowned with cumpI.te..uccesnd .I7MsrAit.d; TIhcaw.r'IS.J1..41a4'S G.r B1 4.Is' V
c. DREW. t receiTed aad foraala.as tow*..as at any now i Qer the"J-ipniTtd Herring Patent World tittg, ParaspK,. Fn: $ Uthbrc1Jas ii,"prr41r4 P anti ti'.V la".ad tha$ w4 'r V
-
WILL be d'itfromt ef tbe Court-Honsa J: 4tbereitibUabmeat b ibis aUte, br -- FairPrtnuutn Fire Proof cWe,"as the r fr V 1 and:a;large:assortment Hosiery and thslti-Iua. ltrUe4Ik.MVttl&4I 1 wus&i ssudayt ivy p. V VI V

SALE. in the City of Jacksonville, on their 8.4854. r r J.C.flflWN CAIPIONAFE OF THE WDB1D ic.. &c. '- ."' i I btft t. 'I ow sn'btuWQ Us IS14 it, aa4j I toa.M4 V : V
,
SfV'OdLLNfl, in tbe town Monday to AtMfnrt next, within thS I legal V I uahwllsu) dI&Ir&*a4 do a* -1 was toor k.sesaM u V V
AWjUa U> VXBiU tX* '
E.it 1rid tUa which a boors of sue, time bUewiajr nej ues,to wit;Joaa BATUO BIUCX V 4T foTB C1othing. rlttiwiA 1lwsi.r.wdtetse I -
Grore, mu (iiir naditioa and oa, a ftmal.&bouttweutyfivs years of an "dber World's.j'aIrg Xeadoa 1861, .* .-.,? : art ar ;a.sb Em,. is two.rbildren, a,boy named Sam, shoes AMIT :fl1iIE PLAKTATIOK knowo M Fo>4. Gtwrge, ,, And fai New Y rk, 184X ?* ra pKaeilati*a4 a B.iJcia*(b4*.dyp. sad V V 1
: directly on U. St. .( and Sarah UM six mosatba I situated at the mouth of the BJTCT St. John's, Ai puxriur snail iithna.' It U now onduubted DresaCnatsV Tlannel Sblrtst VV '- tir him i artjr all UM Unif I aafkWrf fwb1edbew* -

years &jr. aj sit Paul Demereto Eust Florida. .Tbe psa eebas been well and farwiv }y.vitiUed.i- .that appelLaUwn. and- seearrd with do' Pants. icroe 'jj11* :; : ., *, *. Vu V : .
tvevi) old. tyd uipoae is the pripSrt7 is favor IU7 knows :for many years, and a detailed,d<>. &#* Patent P.'wder Proof tocks, (which V alao do Tests, )' Hats and C p 0* the ii'a Road to satisfy andry qs $0 my bands is therviurv TJunoUbe : StodrandCrirraia? Shirts and CaHara;, V V Iiy 11 ta say4I fcad 141 tt.7 V V
enuLHi priaeipal moafperfect
Medalnas ahee the
llEetber with w-.ib. otNobI. A. Harde..ud J* 0.Wthb.Bisb.e4&su : unnecessary. was awarded ;) forms 014 5 O.tC $7V aqu ltw ht .t mr at.uV V
$g small Wind there -are upwards of'JyWacre*;:df Fir and Borjciar Pruufs Baftt f v' Uiore V wUtu s ,arliiavij tka. u dais. ( -Vaa

: :. & WiLt Twniy acres o( mldoa high Idj of wbieb 4<-acrrt are in a' stats of karrdtotbelaabhc.c J.L Lad/s Enameled Boots'llen>.&*4a, coarse, psi. -V V V -

Ds4 -0. ic.fpTsI Co.- cultivLktTba ioU If fcrtar,and produces excel- Tbs48uboc'bers also manufacture all fried* of do' coloredTie%, t .do, ... do; finei 2 V ; .'-sr1 "i L I $ VIftLrjp
EoUI 45d I 4 let cnip*of Cotton and Pwiwona. ItUahowell Boiler and tthOted Jf m uk CbMto and Vaults, do Mdo S1eueILpper', are LUZZLTVT$51b&I 4. ;

;Lh&i.isa: bssg Rntu ad.plfdforth.caltiTatfeacfSfirtr; the Vault-.Doors. and Moner Boxes;or'Ct>eata. fcrBrokersTjawellers V :d silk Uu de ingvesa aacrs &u L* 4Iaamst .'srd's4sa.*-

biga-laxid, ;tb.v.-hkrg.budr oftcurab land and hrirato. FamiHe dollisse kiol Sllppevs, do. .p i1rfl&sJlsV -
tbe ..
place.Notice.. Lbs rtXaa4iji Eqtemb the PUsUtioH. tof JJ&15 I V.
belonging to easily saseeptible $ Uiami4.ssd ObeT'1ItbI *eol'd G.itarsTut'* dado
draIui and-bib ttWrarirw; srcf;bwar jised also Pafcei es,4bT wirciasei 'llannfietttres V BogUASImpcT*. do .Sbois..sa4tBoot*. JaITftJn4i? V V

iTake Jjjj1PTbiiiMF1eweis..: -Tbra1* alwbeobteiacd of Joaea'Pat *t PeniHrttlMi &o*Leek* -. '
fUT B. e*rred at *Apntbeca Hall,*fresh sup. amount of sbeh1s from wblcb sb&be.t 11m *ld V < BaASt lHWUlJfS 08.Patented Together,wita Urge scanrtrngnt of :, : .:
kt .. _ply iaRelq atfl.w ;eia: Wkb daee1'bere'Isbi. GfeenjBIoek, !uI$1W ft Itt R4.E RE : '*

>'* tS&R,1It.** ***rk CV debaIer I sd 3.Ns J.4J'd Zstr Dyes. JJ DweHlt'g ? h1 Weeswy nt build. ,-js) I _' .t

S!c1t1zes MJ**; the ekbrstmd ie Om $or the rs o( Rheum. lngand qturtm fv1O $eivos.4Tbe elimait.isImltljy V CUTLE1Z *

SSS ****that*** kow also nTfe&? for Wbttet and Black dw- ; GROC7Jkdta TV

ofROMIK.Be lox*L. vbaWyr. Tb ioof8twI-* it'fln4ysR4mte.iabafl ipplto tbs 1bk&U an4.eawa. /.-
fa Cbdpass tWIOS Veek.th *uLsingth. *e*.
fgj preS .F Pnywd *c ..
pvlis1ii
facilities.
bo apd xoarket
ia4 Heat traBtporfaJiM
wu'shamII
hai ta robms I ut1&gazine& ii# ; 4 :
yb.,1 M !* fr'ii tJ p 11 thosvo1 .
bewill %
bebvith Arhi i .1eir c-AK &
Who .eri JtIy1 tiI hiJun. eoaatrr, abatl beprump tiy atundtd lb.J&cksasv1fle.7leJy I Bothel* Cora. $ :: :

,u1y3l.1s4. forbid.: 7 tad, 1856-8w, Goardian, V L-l&s& July 1,184 I :

'
-
S V*, ,
V ai
V ? VVi VV IV
a ., V V- # V
-V V V VVt
V S
V .
V

S V.
V
a-
V V4
V .V

., :'. -. V V *. ftf*+. V V t V V 4 p 4 -V VV V V*V V V V -V.- I
4 :_L __ -- -- -- -
-
--------
-



-
... ,' ., !,- -4
.
. .1'1' I''It"
-i
.
.
-
.- i'ji'f J. \ ...J ; "
.. '; .U : .' t. .
.
.
;: *.* > -,: .-'. ) "j 's : -
-
't
4 "
: 1' ., : f "

( .- .. .4'k(1'A1L .. __. ..
_
,;i".. ok't. .h't. ; ri1. L ? -- i 'W" V .a
-- !
.. ....1'f ." .-;; > : ------i ._ .'.
', .
-' : ..
,
c : - .
W' _.; __ Tiji_ iiiivJi.flIrrn -- -
4p I
:
: IJ'M'JrlJ .
; ; -; 7 :f .. / -:' '-.''.; I ,. .t ,I ..-.-,. .":
-
DJ'f iIr.l" ( .4.''. -. .. it'J. "t, ., t1' .IA.t Q 1' )",t'ff.'ul. _-..\ .,.
t tt P ; .: -.I A
'
: ; 4 ." .A-PI:4.- \ ; .s.eM 100. .. 1 'p .Bh
:.: : ; ,...._. 'l t i
'JRlL: _' ., ,.. T a -: ,
_
: 'f'I' '
:!.'. :' .. ._. __ ,_, .4 "L'I .,".-. ..JQ11t. Hf: .,,.. t. ,. ;" ". : ; i ; $ tt4 :: .. :, q Uaajftg tirtrPro0t> ct a tg J8;,.tM Ptnpri :tcd br nf., :c. 1G ,.

..:. .. ; ,' .pnh1wI" .1y. yW1ALT, ; !W, 1CJU "r iT?. IJ I.A -1.4t-- -1 1 ,.. *.4 JL :4.1 ifiiciHijuararva tab .it Vgraa.t 4t, thai UM N ct. 120, Arch street .

"" .' w *::. ;'MOOBE., ;.I C A .t)9JVKJiilt 4 --2*. i ,- -. ..Pi f well.MHtuiBkd .. 4- t4 CIa _p of. paJ"'f' that .bs pn.wn .truelr.d. ttu ".
: WM;"._r B ANJ ."PB8Pi1DrQit ..ATTTORNEYB- > :.- ATV "' \- !t ?*-9/t J.J ; 'ut.c' cJ en.u,,.TllRTT-FOOR LIIEII WIIM '
') "' -' '- ,CLAIHS .w_aJifitT* It.t "" .i&, ..
i ., ..., /\w'\, r ,11 9'." ,*: YBiK TIWi : 'J
,' "" .. .. Ke.WILL. .;.tleveadl.1. ItNeli..r. main* Itf 6*.to pQbl..b.K kl1 itper f.r the tam- 't 1 T' .D.isP. .l I
:
i 4 f sly dftl 'wtudr fkH nut of I If am IUW"'I. "
WJl8mNGT.oM'.Cnrr.1i f Jaundice
I _' I : Kinlct and Imprar,4 tl w* mat Nad it; 70AEOIND- ; .Chr! zil oi i. '1

JJt, j ....,. fclbtV the,Court of. CU f > ptah this oWtict,tb Wet mrvdc: .'.'ee1.e.4 or Diseaae otthe .,
; 1 t: .I .It Ncite"\.C1a ,condensed truwi'rlge and domestic periodical, 1'lUfi .iri..L

",' t. t1ts! l Uie'ear l't and the sesLDtpsntm.n.; t :JQlr..18K.. > I aod UIIgJOI artidea' of a'ia treetiT. .. charades. .i -1 .$ Wng ,114orilend
.
'
I. ..JIJII"kt.I.rB-, '. '- ptoeradwbenblL Li,.or
; : i j. : :. will.betetcrted at it*followbgOa ,it' Letfora hum fTirelcn' Iud|U* moat ntereattnft I'lId'a, C.sssflki.d ',. cl.,. I. .!

.:. j .If' :.,. :: .:;raz ::: -- ..- twetw AUCTION. ANDCOMMISSIONMerchants 4_ .: t port wn.of tfc* Ncwa of the world i sketches of life, III the H.. ,.iCJ.,.,. '."
; .: :.; t : DeHar per'Mttareof. :Hoe)for the : r adventure andsizarsckt. ;s.M a .*OridnaJ ar- "..MIr.., httttetie

11 :i >*r$, and Sereoty-FiTe Cents fur erery subsequent P uiptsttettlon' will be given to sU',sales. : :9T ticks upon affHealt M I accoaaU er ttw MarktU; PWusa5citLWLM E ";. "
.. ...1Ioa. To 1A4nrtilersaliJeraldilcouD& "- .: 'entrnstedtoour-care. : : and hank Sot LId an included aooajr u. aoW ..h1. -

,. .I -" wftlbe, mda, AH,.transient adTertisementafex Jactoontnie? ,'July 9,.lM8.-_11_ id Infcrniatioo tn be constantly fumd la 1M Poat. .vied:. w Dtffk.ltklM *. .,... .
4 .i tb7pDbTIagIruDu1ngcoounwItbtbs Bat the mind require a wider nD ->itbMf*> 111,.tJt.
MMIkepraprfoi
"" 1 .' ;.5U)Kttst be paid for prerioua to pvblieaUon.v'Peraona .- Tkat.new. 1 a4.;sploudidHotel, .1 I- eilitiea which delight In the bamonioa and lirelTir /. Farce ksd dull uflQtII.'aa Is .....,w-t_

: : : ._. ". 3 at a distance can ffotern their remittan- THE-BULLS. HOUSE; wtufjr theav cmvia: a wv 4ct'ot. a fair propojv n..Jelaowa.ui g.lIkta .Itt .1

\ 'for a4nri1aiDt b".the following rates: Rt "t 1 .; On (twelrt Uaes) published six of .AOMM IC oar ecntribatnra in tb.flrat two of the IlsesLela Ih kib.C"-'Ut '- ,_
# 701',.... ................... $1uOO ,'& <9 abnxa departments, are aereral of the InOtlJifted guSt. ....of... ..
I < GO
.00 59 Qa S1'Q'U'I, .0 JDODtbs15.
for six tstafltMst1flo5
.Two land. We all draw Fiction
iu the frve1ur
squares writera
.
.4 i *'exceeded oiLS tfCUytf a. f".. ,. > -
Andfrikta a <
an- ttyb?* WIgS :
other Business Cards I fiN
Legal and per and Poetry won the beat peHodleala In his fMlrMvifl .ZTf0r
.1I_..:.......... ..................., '10 OEcbcs Kew York, emaM1IIfI TraftainaPiMie.ojx for a. r.cep. '. ",t countrY and Great lIr .. We design COOJITWOC- wtikfct I*rreowiuiifttarf.YiftoJa... ..Ie.;..'.
..... 7 00 turn o/JearJtrt atdTtk* r
and creditors .
to debtors ioiranvw story by lira. Socthirnrtb.,author of It MV ase nnt .
Appltcation for letters admioistratioD, 5.00 T. laCKERSOIf Proprittor, jack ne East Florida.THE **The Deserted Wife,",M&,.It,In our first IW+*ef'a tea *tara'mat ,,.,,TS .
JloUoeof Application,'for dismissal.aa july V. sa. .\. fur Jaoua., .ta tepeasUai siJ.C.. t H? i

:. {.Aa.tallhtor.. ........................ 1000 GALL & FLEMING, paper EograTiop HluatraUre of important olacea and p0rnths ai*a t Tias less : Ia.1* -r" !
House ask his old friends, and the law HtMM*.c, "
; For annonflcement of candidttca for of Subscriber, hsviog this sgaln would respectfully and other new faventiona. wc:) "

.' ..., ............s................... 600'b ATTORNEYSJACKSONVILLE. JlI' L4W, to give him a caftTaa be ,determined. DOn' be excelled by any. The Western Stage with actions others Agricultural of a humorous,though refloed cbane ,4Mtfoah.k(.-...an, swts ibe filM estjj."_'-....
unless tbe Jrth. House Savannsl and Charleston I aU rrive. There is a sro Livery Stable A.. ,- ..
?. No announcement'will be made same" FLORIDA. soon after tha) .* ten,are also freely giren .A .-e&CMttIIf .
,.. .be accompanied with the amount charged. joly 9, 1858., -.- VJ .. attached to the House. Come sAd see; SAU'L. BDFFINGTON', Proprietor tbts ri.idj I.JnUJ dessi,ha1r14 ."
"''.:' ; Editorial notices for private benefit will,be charged. -_' <- Jacksonville July 9, 18S8. -, ... -.- NOTICES OThIBEsS.We ... .---a-
,double the rate advertising. P. and 1'I0Dj
.' uotiwI1 ---n : regard it aa the brat of the Philadelphia 111er&ry ., Ot&.a.. .
and
: I Religious, Obituary, Marriage ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. LAW : '. '
papera. Its edituriala are written with ability -
; 3.
bsbbab.dgrataL _
-l ;..Ito O *tioD..l Inserted unless accompanied cD' aaas tI1 tuJJlCI' NO.. ,and take a eumprvbenaire Ticw of whatever ia ,'LOarnA T.9rlMoy ,

ly the author's name.. Jacksonville July 9, l8. tf. 'dIK\11Hd.-&M, Jvkttow*,Pa.' E.O.GWJ1t. .._.'T.w..f1a; _
:.1.11 I Job Work must b paid for on delivery. One of the must readable and entertaining oewa I wreck. .. :
.- JOHN W. PRICE, NEW FALL AND 'WINTER GOODS. papers in the country,aid, deserves, aa it eniuyt.' .lag beee tlwLN.I km.a with eses.raace.4 Jew.. .f.

,i PLATFORM 'OF THE AMERICAN PARTY, ATTORNEY AND COUNCELLOR AT LAW, a.widtt-tpread.C1lla&i01l.-Picww,. EAiaMk Ci n WII44. sad Taisly.1. "..

A&pUd at' tkt .& io*of tkf National Gounttt Jncksonville,' Florida .t,. N. a. I .IrIeTR DiU....s.t I 1._
This ia a fine CamiJfpapel', and baa an immense I a. .r..".. ..
In Eustren Circuit of
.. 1st. An bumble febsaarj2tat18G.acknowledgment to Supreme WILL practice. and the tbe Counties'or Charllou. Cheap for Cash Wo' ,Long Credits :: circnlatioo. U will Dumber be aceD of Include the ablest ftacorrrapoodenta writers In-: .rrin 1wb...and.Is a.'L, sisi rr"lhir. ...

and Camdrn of 9, 'SB. AT'BURTON' a large I 0.4
Georgia. July i en. sty ease ol lIiUlttl
Being for His protecting care vouchsafed to our the country.-Carutoft Amba *idort fIInu7r. AT. IMukIla IW Ibern. ft t1
'fathers in their successful Revolutionary struggle, James DL Baker, & GRAVES y"}. .4..buys y'ia.554 5AST'NIHINO .. L. .
IJ
manifested us their descendants, ,. this inraloabfe family .
and hitherto ATTORNEY AT LAW We are In weekly receipt of EFVTic&TIrIcA7g orn'G .
in the preservation of the liberties, tbe.independence Journal and abould feel 1 very much at a Iou TZU. or DL. .
-
and tbe Union of these States. ALUOATOE, COLCMB1A- COUHTT.EAST FLOKIDA. No 3,; fiAlffTYTTS' BLOCK, BAYSTBEET,3ACKSONVILLE.( > without if, aa we coasiderittbe best literary paper 0' rIaC IJIL"'IICII.oaD I.

S '.Sd.'Tbe perpetuation of, the Federal Union, as July 9. '56.M. _._ > now pnblubedJn the United Suteawithuutloyexceptions. ".c.MAaCIU.Uk. ,

the palladium of our civil and religious liberties, ..\THIT SV1TB. M. A. CARaCTB.SDHTH lIESubscnib n have just received a general assortment of New.Goods, at their new store wbub.for : .-titmoent,'Cambridge, Aid. ubjeet Dr.C.H.Jnua..n.ulin of ._
.
'at>d the'only. sure bulwark of American Indepenj & OARRUTH X cash they will sell as cheap u any other bouse in the country. They hue adopted the priDe This ia one of the few large papers filled with 8cb D.prp.ta wes .y to IOIrdltlo.iurcara. .... .
'4eD j ciplei'of-"'1MU profit and qviet return." and invite the attention of the public to an examination of life and thought i instead of lumbering trash. Ita UM phyrtriana aM an .. ... .
M JtL"Americana must rule America and to this ATTORNEYS 'A'T LAW their stock before purchasing elsewhere. In it will be found. ,the', following with many other articlestoo management ia marked by liberality courtesy a- Wkil lathi( eOe4IUOplas. .. lie ..

.. .. Tend natire-born cititens"should be selected for all numerous. to mention: % '. biliiy and tact' It emplurathe tttstlitmry talent ..la YktsIa T. ... at .
anl offices or YeromeDt Alligator East Florida. waa BO*bearOuwt kv
SUte,Federal municipal and no pains or expense. Aa a Ctoiily pa- aay water to .
Goods.
employment In preference to all others: nevertheless July, '56. __ __ Dry '. per.spares one of literary and general intelligence, we Wbll.M mj way IMMtoa. I Pteppe 5...
swaM village'
Prints. Ginghams, Checks Linens. a drntrom.lMlybniewitnla
y I :' 4th., Persons born American parent residing & 'Frafeer Jaconets, Grenadines 'Bareges, Gnu DeRbine Silks cordially. commend iL-G2pg/l CkjA.5ur.NYork. ear.1.I. -,
Conner
tbe k I
temporarily abroad should be entitled to all the Florence Silk. Illusion ,Cambric, Bobinets, It ia the best- literary and family parr in the Ii"rn we,'Id went and.iafti,>HC.a die Tktn,nonvm wm .
rjgbtsofuative-burn citizens; but Lawns, Muslps, S De'Lalnea, Crape, Uotaa. oetIilanda't oetJtfaMdrJiLIta a1a phI....a ths 1IDr"... ....
: 6th. No person should be selected for political FACTORS. I ;:Cravats :.Hosiery,> Spool Cotton, .Cords cuntin artidea of much take.Iaur'.i Ia rny ease,sad,5j1ima.1'question. I
ltationp (whether:of 'native or foreign b nh.) whorecognizes 'AiD Grass Skirts, Osnaburghs, Brown Sheeting,x Bleached Sheeting, ample ht pages from the many of some of our beat ..add Si bid. a ..
any allegiance or obligation of any des Ticking Plaids Stripes '. Drill, literary m pena with all the I,kearfiittd .,o.we.rN Dr...
.
.M rchantsBAY'STREET stored important
CommissiOn also .
Mnsquito Nets Ribbons .Braids Staying ,_ JYebbiDt. witer&and are tar 9 pued ky y,ami M
cription'to any foreign prii.ce potentate or power- ; visitor 1aIiIk.1IIII t
it welcome both IInle".
.
or who refuses to recognize the Federal and State 'SAVANNAH GA. IFbale Bone ,Hooks and Eyes, Edging and Inserting lien's Shirts., news of the day making and a the circle.- the He..aIo caned' 1IIc leD", =
.
dimly aad I..i.ttecl .b
to tbe business counter M IIMI. W'GIIId
.. Linen Handkerchiefs Ac.'&. 4 1rJ..,
Cambric '
its ,
each ) as ,
loonstitutions ( within sphere. para ...
bin'(
WK.ACDLET COCFEK.] f JxO. COCFCR FRJUtB. i4.'eoil29 11t. 1ft toulc. H..1ft I_ _
action. .
mount,'-8thVThe to all other laws,as rules of political and maintenance I, %3J Produce ,of every escrption'IOJd: on BootsLadiea 6" Shoes. One or the oldest and best" -literarY papers BOW takIi(II u dttrcted.sad 1 do NI I._.
'recognition tt
it than tae
unqualified *
ky water or
Commission. Black Silk Congress Gaiters Men's Fine Boots published 1 in the Union.-Organ, HtmUto ,''Git. .. BMdidM 1 M net taw
of the reserved rights of tbe several States : After isaeksg! ,...,
,.: and'tbe cultivation harmony and fraternal good July 9, 58 colored Ties, -d.. *4, Shoes, It ia deservedly one of the most popular public : On a pttMihrtkn." IMM(.lIlbbeIMi$0.

wJlI between the citizens of the several States,and JOSEPH GUICE, || Fine English Kid Clippers, Kip'Brogans, journals in the United States' combining aa it doea : fire kim neartT all UM Blners I bllrft a .
U Ii of view all the interest of tbe liabl .. Me
French point usd1 baa
with Clippers, 10 literary Win
non-interference by Congress
to 'this 'end General Commission Merchant .
.
If 4' with vast amount ot general intelligence more IIr aIM sama kiad of rnilw nZ
t questions appertaining' aoltlr to the individual 86 WATXR ST.; Niw YORK- Goat Buskbs,. MM Enameled and Fancy Shoes. best mazaxmvs' a "Jriae
I' dd LUckjMd. CLIt Naefltted ky It tfta aay Kher IM kasntkecaakielosetaNy .
Kid Cloth ,
non-interventwiu each State with tippedihitersKid ,- -Btp.Uka1l. .
States, and by STRICT and prompt attention given to the scale of. BMT forktaifr
the affairs of any other State. all articles of produce entrusted to his care, Ties, .14 Lasting Congress. Gaiters" ill emphatically one of tbtfTery best literary will foa.tkerelorfflpleaM skip M..._.
'. "7.-The recognition of the right of the native-born and all orders promptly complied Vitb. Enameled Boots Leather tipped newspapers ia the who!*country,and deserves tbe bOO
United Misses' Parodi Boots, Youths'Brogans; unparalleled success with which it has met underits SI9espeetfilyyoert, ,
and naturalized citizens of tbe States per- July 9. :6 tfJ. \'f....
.ruanently residing in any Territory thereof; to Boys Shoes, calf jj: ,, present enlightened and liberal proprietorship.The Tb *e Blum an amasLt VKsrrku atf..
frame their constitution and laws, and to regulate HOLMES, Childrens Shoes, a large stock Ac. Ac. greater its circulation in this State, the less iiijvrkMM, lttjiedi Bui. Eat aale>T"J
.
their domestic and social affairs in tbeir own mode General Commission.Merchant .Hats.N Caps. probably, is our gain peculiarly; ia ,our gain pecuniarily store kreperia Florida aa4 etewkm(

Subject only to tbe provisions of the Federal Con- 100 WALL ST., NEw Yoa,.. ; ret we must prununce it a mot excellent & T. McYILL.1
WILL attention to sales of A good assortment comprising liens' Leghorn Panama ,iraw, Palm Leaf Wool Felt and Wide of the of
: atHntkn. with the privilege of admission into the pay particular Tel journal,and worthy patronage erery- July 9
ly.
Union whenever they have the requisite population, low Pine Lumber, Live Oak and other Southern Awake Hats together with Children- Hats and Bloomers. bud,., The Contributors to tbe Post*re' among __ JacksonTilfy gh.TO .

1 I for one Representative in Congress. Provided alttoy Timber and Produce; and to orders for purchaang Saddleru the finest writers in'America and tbe editor'a articles THWTON5G wpA -

*.that none but those who are citizens of the Merchandise._j_July 9, '. 6. A well selected stock suitable to the demand of tho market. 'are always chai aeterized by truth and 'Ite.Jlrlll .- -
United States under.tbe constitution aDd laws 131cc. wnu, J. LITERARY ENTE2PVSj.
thereof, and who have a fixed residence in any DENTAL ,NOTICE. I. :Hardware. We hare here tt fore spoken in high terms of the -

: neb Territory ought to participate in the formation W 11. BOSTWlCK.WouldresectfuUyIoform Hollow Ware Knives Forks A Carvers. Pocket Knives Butcher it Shoe Knives merits of tbe Poat. aa one of the best papers on our A
of the constitution,or in the enactment of laws tbe citizens of Jacksonville and, its Razors Scissors, Brushes Spoons, ringBaIances, tbtton'CUrds, Bellows exchange l list, and we regard It aa one of tbe best new weekly famflTfl- ..
t for said Territory or State vicinity that, having opened an office'OD..Foray thee Mills ( ,-Rope Nails Butts Hooks A HingesWiodow.&ops literary pqis.i be fouud anywhe-e. IU eUit*'r- .
8th. An enforcement of the principle that no street will attend to all branches of Dentistry, in Screws, Files Tacks, Bolts Locks, Hooks 4 Staples laPs a" written with abili'y.and take liberal, in THE SJJTtiRDA rI2u7IXXsflDttotiJ m

'State or Territory oagbt to admit others than citizens the most approved and careful! manner Powder,'Sb t, Lead", Percussion -. -Spades/Axes, .. Augers, Saws, dependent. and eumprehetiMTe view i clown and t4 tiUrature, fKitl'7,eauuasMS CMM
1' of the United States to the right of suffrage tSTVerves of aching teetb.:destroyed without Drawing Knives Planes! Gouges, Spirit.Levels, Square*, Rules tbinjr*.-.Stfdr and Adttrt'utr, Wrighttrilb, 1'e, cre."JtJ fdamlt.
.A or holding political office. paiL:_. Julr 9. '56. tf & penter'a Aiisb Tools Chisels Tap Borers&c. Ac. .' Tcav>(&sh m advance,) single o>yy,Ij year. .

-th. A change in the las of naturalization Also WOOD-WARE :.such as .Buckets, Booms,' Pail, Axe Belies, .c.. 4 copies-........... 3 THE tuidrt igned anaooocrs that..iI.
Charles Be Waal
making a continued residence of twenty-one years ,Books' 5* Stationery b -S.. (alld. one. 'U.. Jtetter.up of club), 10 M Saturday MA> 10 1856.tile tnt n teof
of all not hereinbefore provided for, an indispensable 13. 14 Se M 13" new ''Wrvklv Bcwunaper.sailed?*TBl tllURDAYEYEVI5O
requisite for citizenship hereafter and ex&ud- AUCTIONEER J Blank Books Fools ,Oip and Letter Paper, Pencil Wafers, Pens baling, War, Blank Books to" U t* .4 44 44 M JO i M MESSE5GFB."

Intel! papiera| and persons convicted of crime,' with a selection of Acbool' Ikoks, Standard Irorks and licht reading. Address, DEACON o5 PETTE1WON..No. It will be printed on super ropd Ms iaThe .>

,_ ft'Om lauding UpoD'our shores; but no interference JAOKSONVILLEE.F. ., Groceries JProvisions. 65 South Third StrMt, Pliilad Jpbu. t ibi a.rl.tn oImaiuiI'4'pib4.

with the vested righta of foreigners. in any part of'the County attended to A ;(uJI' assortment'of Family 'Groceries;' Hams, Bacon, Punk Lard lieef. Tongues Mackerel, r implo Numbers sent' gratis to any one w. ---J> .
Church SALES .
'lOtb. Opposition to any'union between respectfully solicited. Potatoes, Beans Flour, Dread, Crackers Ac. ie., when nqu..ted.. Messenger 1 U.iotcadcd to pro s 4-
and State;no interference with religious faith, orworship Goods 1 rill mirror nf t lie t.me. to cateb1be suiMni
sent to the subscriber on commission either
and no test oaths for office. for Wines, Liquors. iDssthtTFsa.: *' To ff* Lito/aJ/ ssnadirf
private or auction disposal, will be quickly
llth.lies and thorough investigation into any attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The Fine' Old Brandy, New Whiskey,. Bourbon JFbUkey, Rectified and. Common JFhiskey. CBAHAM'JSAIEBI every imporUut event that kappewy atkra

and all alleged abuses of public functionaries and Subscriber has been known in this community ft r Champagne. ,. Madeira and Port IKinea chnapps, Ac. Ac. home or a briod. Ira short,.tit.. .lit Mat/

a strict 12th..economy The maintenance in public expenditures.and enforcement of all a number of years aa Auctioneer and otherwise. ,Fancy Goods. IOJfILY! IAGAZII Ube,.instructiv' and "totCrtalD&q. a4 .

.
laws constitutionally enacted until said laws shall He offers should no recommendations be made concerning bat desires himself that inquiries .Perfumery; Soaps; Tooth Nail and Hair Brushes( Dressing Combs; .Looking.GUases, Ac. 1 (HSTAUL16HE1) IN '13270 paper Among Its IK-ptrtments th&CaW1'g iq L.

be repealed or shall be declared null and void by commercial house at the place of his residence.an, The above, which enumerates but comparatively few article' of our present stock we .oflVr to attract DEVOTED TO LITERATURE ART ASD men tnvd.TheznreotRcltitesa. .
the attention of the public trusting that those who be induced to call it will K'eI.Ik'
competent judicial authority. may upon us by have no *
He can be found on Bay Street, next to I. ,FAsmcs.
,,18th. to the reckless and unwise pol- Apothecary reason to regret the same.; ) '54,
Opposition Hall, where will be found a large stock of July y( : lug sod eutrruiuuig stories bj lbs Dosl" ;
"r '
icvof the presentvadmintstration in the general NEW 'VOLUME FOR 1856. authiirsnf day. '
Family Groceries and Provision Shoes Dry Goods .
mau agement shown of:'our in national affairs Americans, and more des.lgntioo especi&flyi &. which will be offered on as reasonable termsas WATCHES() JEWELM SILVER WARE) i The n wTolom .cotumvncHig with.tbe.January' Editor-a!.OQtUMDtI Df'OI&'pwiajten .--.I'fi.
remoTing (by -
and conservatives in from of- they can be obtained any where else,.for cash ,, number 1&). will cuntaiif over twelve hundred IB a Oft and indepeudeat xpiiZ1b1V
) '-
8oe and placing foreigners aD lriDcip'e. in their and country produce. ANDFancy p..ges of tOe cboctf reading matter steel sod pvtrnauu.I VI"P" oplDII.t"
'M. Lattera front
j july I. CHARLES DE WAAL. wOod .
lila M:.. shown in a trncklmer snbserviencv. to Goods. I engraving* and mua.c.Each United Sutes.Agricultural. I
---
(Itrnger, and an insolent and cowardly bravado number will cuui.sjo splendid steel en- and '
COME ATLAS'T. ._ Hints
towards the weaker shown in -- griiviogSjU pl-t of the puris Culiion*,on steel.elegant S.IJ
aa re
: powers; A LARGElot,'of choice Goshen Batter and cWtfd) uncles Uln. Nt c.a nl Saw' .4s,
sectional agitation, by the repeal of the --IE.:.cIm'I..dLc.c: : v ;one 'r. more richly
=Compromise M shown fn granting to /m. Cheese., -- *r4tewuhw.r. d gravicga r miscellaneous pre (rum their pages.

mnaturalized foreigners; the right of,suffrage in .4000 Iba.of those delicious Dew'. Ham .JACKSONVILLE, 'EAST :FLORIDA. 'and poetry; an editor'* .abl.; review of DeW Begtiiai aftu'rs.A werkly. Review. of OanacftBtarilltnieury
Nebraska 3000 t New Bacon Aides. honks muiitbly buiUua fasbioasnd .
Kansas and ; aa abown in vacillating ; summary;
2000" Shoulders do. respectfully inform'the citizens of this place and surrounding country that be has Fashionable .of Foreira and Doine
tm the Kansas and Nebraska WOULD intelligence' patterns needle-work, '
.*. 4 course shown in the corruptions ,which pervade question some;as of 20 Bbls. Heavy Mess Pork.. opened,at 8OXEBS- NEW.BRICK- BUILDING, with a large and welt se1ectedstockof and new mna-c ;' E Jyaoa Social I aDd Moral sbjt

the departments of government; aa shown in disgracing 6, .", Choice Leaf Lard. The steel engravings will embrace finely executed with hita at th4.Timra.Litefarv -
WtiDC
meritorious naval officers through prejudice Kegsdo do do., WATCHES, JEWELRY SILVER WARE, AND.FANCY GOODS, portraits cit tbe, celebrated lady writers of the Gleaning. from, the. _

or caprice; and aa shown in the blundering 25 Sacks ground Salt To'which the attention tbe Public is invited. Getting,my Goods direct from the New York manu day. interspersed with a variety of other subject .ted Aulbu' and the Drn'*
Musie
Aiamanagement of our foreign relations.tith. '10 Boxes Tobacco assorted.' facturers, I am prepared to offer my customers inducements both as regards style and price.that can of general iniereL The fashion. pLitea,. ar,:engraved Criticisms on "3lFSENOKR'heo .
: Therefore to remedy existing evils, and 10.000,CiltArIo' not be surpassed Charleston or Savannah. on steel after the latest Paris fosbinna giving In short the J
prevent the disastrous consequences otherwise reanlting 5 Cases Champaign Cider. Among my assortment, may be roaQd-._ out and iu-duur coatumea fur&M mouth. They al, in all its features anyItnitedStatestuaeeomphiih w eWt J"i"

therefrom we would build Ibe American 22 Bbls Choice Old Manongahala Whiskey.. 'WATCHES.Fine ; > Butter Knives Fruit do. have been pronounced to those published V JKof
_ _ up BbL ; ia the G-sur/aw_
1 Extra Old Bourbon. .; U- mist talented writers
I lea hereinbefore stated. Kiapkin Rings Children's .'&. in any otber American periodictL The wood snip
Setts
snitbejninci ", Gold Patent Leversfull jewelled ) c '
TJ & shall have authority 1 Choice Old Peach Brandy.'. ... ** Detached .. ; Constantly on band and made ''to order.from. avinga wJl be of,the highest finish,aid bj our been"secured. t.
O Bbl,.Rectified Whisker. : Tb.first namber will uadoabOytime
-
amend their several constitutions to bvstartials.Tb .
so aa 0 pure coin, and warranted.
6 P. 4\ H. Gin. .1 Lspioes; and the regular ,
mentioned
_ 1b. abolish the several degrees, and institute pledge Silver Patent Levers j literary matter will convat ol hiatoneal biographical
.!; .f honor instead of other 5 N. E. Rum. I ; CUTLERY: continued.theooefbrward.
obligations for fellow- Detached. and literay essays, sketches of travel _
..-. *abtp and admission into the party. 1 BbL Malaga Win. *' .Lapines-_ From the celebrated manufactory of George Wfes- fine arts novels Mien, romaaeea. Ac. The novel r
: 16th. A tree and discussion of all Now landing and in store and for sale by 1. M TZL. .
political and Graham" universally .
open (With and without hunting ) tenbolm A Son, consisting tf Pocket Knives,Scissors romances of are acknowledged -
July.9,1858.
cases.
principles embraced In our platform. ---- ,u J.C. BROWN. AH .from good makers, and wul ba warranted Shears Razors; Ac. r to ex.in beauty,aDd interest. any _:A srogla' sabscriptfntf for one' ,11flit
-. : UICH CAMEO goOdtiXflfkCepeTB. others publiKbwi Iff America. 'vsnce II if no' paid .Iutili OM.il r
COSMOS'S ,UNITED STATES AND MOSAIC JEWELRY. FANCY GOODS. Tb echtor'.labJe ia made op bnmornna sketch time of sobscribing.' an4$25tI1ta0'patheyesr '

subscriber JEWELRY. Such u Corals, Port Monales, Accordions, Per- ea and. anecdotes foreign, domestic,.and literary ;

'. .TT'PEPOtNDARY., THE rt with a having and Jnst returned from New Consisting of fumery, Lubius1 and:other extracts; Fancy. Soaps ,gossip. cfc CLUBS, I'
Urge beautiful variety of GoidGuard_,Fob and Test Chains; .' Pap er :. Jewel Cases,, Rosewood Work Box* Tb.monthlanmmazy! pf current events prepared tuba. of three subscribers. I.
'- .' NEW-YORK. JEWELny,8I YER WARE&FANCY GOODS, Chatelains,Lockets. Bracelets PencilsPortable Writing Dusks; 'Reticules. :Fans; by William Dowe, gives a condensed account flier .

respectfully invites the public to an examination Crosses, Keys, Seals,Diamond Rings, Regard do.;. Combs, Brushes/, Thermometers;' Children,*Toys' ot the principal, events wbleh .have-,taken I. ten, *' sndeWbtie,
To Printers, ahd.Pvblishers., of hlsatock-comprisingas it does,' some of tbe Gold Thimbles,Sleeve aqC Collar Buttons; Tea Bells.. pUce in the world during the preceding month. gettirepdIbsLiab. U..

HE undersigned' beg to ,inform' the trade richest and most fabionabb styles'of Cameo,Mosaic Studs Cd Pins' oche" Ear Rings : .:: TogetKec with various articles too numerous to. The review of new bonks are from the pea'of . .It.
T. that.they have .this day issned- tbeir Lava and Scroll J..ell'1.JD great et1- God 8 e1es Plain aod BeUtinp; mention the great C&.E.PvWhipple. ,twenty ,

Quarto Specimen,and that it is now ready fur new de.lirerybthelroldpatronuwellsaIt Also Silver Ware and Fancy Goods; suitable, for Cbildren's Loops scarf Pius 40. N. ....'ClocksVWatche and Jewelry, ,Th.fashioo article by (lenin C.'Scotl. presents lavariably ia advance, &.tJjIt
who holiday and other presents which will be'sold Iilly. repairedand. warranted a correct and comprehensive account of the ne. Agenta waited lit every cty 0'Staies. _.
patronize cheap forcasliOEO.FLAGG.. SILVER WARE -- ,. at- &* atyleao.dresaea .. Liberal terms offered to p'
bonnets maatUUa
their foundry In it will be found a ihortest IIOU<.. ;; shawls em
new -
4 ju7t'6'p CompnisingDln1ngd Dessert Porks;.' broideriesr and. everything relating to fashion of lag.L1.r.o&.htreea.
'MrV of.faces.rum pearl to pica, surpassing if. Table, Deafer*aniTea S .. I ..1kIERHp nA..SH--tI: interest to ladies.. VwuU-ster*and others recna* r.>
.
their Scotch JOSEPHDealer \VDILDE _
pooible, new aeries cut faces.Tbr I7ddo.i. .. MSBponsibla -
Sugar <
Scoop. and
.Salt july 9-: The needlework natterna for collars.nndenlMre. tus will oo fet a favor bv baadiaic .-1.,
: fancy variety type oC'bftoUfar.tI1es departmentexbibits selected an unmrpaMable from- in PaintS' Oils. ; and,-Glass., -_-_. = 'cabs,..'.berthaa >skirts,-embroideries (O'r-handkerchief person; woo will 'o 1EJ. IM
No* 11.Ha rue street, R t *, and general needlework,'re numerous and '.
Germany and England. -.MANHOOD NEWSPKNGGOQJS
France *
", 4ilS
a.os
.
CAROLINA .UauUfullr d agned.McsitWrhia T4W .
CHARLESTON SOUTH :
and .
'Tha script bordering are now for the first AND
PREMATURE rioiVAw sjtfn
New
time presented to the printing public, and are theproduction Keeps constant! for sals a general assortment of .DECLINE' ""io VsM" *style 'ak> .al a bookstore,would' coat -P/6J-.IP_ ?.. .
*of,the. best:American aDd European Pa nUand Oils of all kinds, 'Varnisbe, Just PahUaIaed, Gratis &c: Jnrecsiye4.aud< Wats Ginrbams, Dom" more than.year'sanbscriptfon br the Msgaxine. '. I.; '

artists. Window Glass;ana Sasnes,Spirits ofTarpentine. THE TnOVJA.1YD 1' July 9.183 8.. \ fOp saLe by ": Taus:-0oa copy on* 'year, la advanc.p; :PB08PJSCTl1.lTi -
fAD entire new series of German faces; both'fol' .Spirit Gail Cottoa Foot-Gio A F.wWord.ob the Rational Treatment; witbiOL Q..BBQWN. 1 two cupi. V\ fiva cupies,(and OUS15$5Igett.r.upofh.clnb

4 i newfpaoer and Job"printing,of a' very superior Fixnuef, Glne and Brushes of out.Medicraew vf 'Spermaforrhea Local .''Cabin 'Pwa gff / iiin io ,) 110 f 11 cop. aft OIl.lei !
trie, is nownearly completed and ready fur.aale.:! : Tariocs kinds* -julf 9.'58.llooHands Weaknesa,'Noctimxal Emissions; Genital and Ner- Yew agent, '20;for $8, one copy will,b seat three s; a.

Tba.OeuI from which the tvpa is made will be GeTEUiaruittera allprepemtions YOU:.Debility; lD'pote-.aad, --Impediment, to : 7kTwiyF4e Dollar ,eana.- Additions to clubs at the O ms rats as dab
superior to .
found peculiar/ adapted to the severe Huge of Marriage mLJl."I f 7>J-- f;;* sent. Specimen copies. sent grata to thcs -

ss. ehiis>preas printing.. ". ( now.Iao'lu'in nsevjnV.3A '* yllDELA.'NEY'U.D. ThiitectStatMaiINEW1rOixt lag to*get np.-clubs." ABRAQAlTU, $Blj { IZAg1 C" .
Auglsl4
9bey trg to return' thanks for past favors;andbaoteiLsentInuance Dear Sm I feel boa sojfIfa.d to express my gratification -. The important fad$!'ouny alarming com t. {. 1M,ChsstniittiLi PhilsT PVaiAingIo ..

<' of the same. Their wel V .to yon for the Incalculable beqefit Have, de plalntawriwUipruk a-towwIeiice and;soil'&' : Report ,; F. JJu s.u.I.
CSARLESTOKSTBAi ea JJpertlrrllea_
tudeofyoulh be 'easU/remnred 'wi1"IDeOC
kao* liberal eaaner,of,.doing bualnesa. for.tbepa rived from the Die of two bottles iI your German ttajr ith6ot ine e..ottbe Spdr' :'
thltt.1Si1 rai a guaranty to new patrons of 1 Bitters. bare found them to be'sty you recom. lec1iciD ,ilia f this small tnct clearly' &. SHIPS ,"TPobnshed,by .the Howard' ;; &ssoc1ou. Os SM aUa or Dece4 _
t their < LioDN4abalit1: not, to.Ulow tbem- mend them to be; aDd cheerfully recommend them tedf.aad thaentirsly new aod highly[ .luccessful. TBROUGH.IN':48.: Phnadelpbis a Report on Spermatorrhtts; laqplcwptoJorifiaalsome e trlbS"r ..'
sehres to'be sorpataed for.fair dealing treatmMit, uT adoptedkyT the:AuthorT e-. EOUBSriizc or ;fiemiaal .Weakness Inpoteoce the"Vlc.o
,whether or- to the 1- T' p.rlar'
public a taft and tvr< remedy forth* diseases : < '! )! ri" :h. : of the best and most
"
dars art by Utter ot otherwise. they intended for and superior. all plaintd by means uuehv: .Teryon Is enabled eb O Oaamism Mastnrbatoa, self-Abuse ,'o4 other '
to.
S.:8.fDenpa ers are requested atioDS. ..now. in use.: Very respectfully I yours preper, aid to core himself teotl1.'aDcI.aU t sIa.'leaat'pouibi. ,I.... :.w. $l Diseases of ti>eB rafPOrgana,with account' of Amsaca.I Tli.teoersIrsdtena5d, ebf' n1'ria ,
thereby sroiding the advertised nostnuaa the errors dece .
v Uona
to bore acd '
teseft t1 three Waes brovided they trade : H OPPENbELMEa. J '.' ..' f: ,.. ..j ot.Qaa and aIaaU. remsiev Lbs aanMfwniahing ci
"I oat S&I4&J.l tW amount of their respective bills The Bitten, are*all they are .represented of. theday .1I"* v3K'Jd* _p-n ..t.e to.. KJHrrT. Com"Wtde.1 advice to the aftlctod, br Oeo.R. Caltoan-! : ;D,' weekly dish ,of WItt .
: ,Sent to Bjt ddrejsrrati ;.od poelfre*,;la Ssesled : : of & Association, Wevolent a '
lanj4tarUa6fonr; ( caannficture and forward asooe to'be1r' D"W.oszi, .,.., ConsultingSarjfwu a tifla.aud .miacaUaneoa 1ntsth1" 1Pffir&flCj$1IrCOOXT1iiOi&l
.' copy of I the, .paper, oontaininr< the advertisameni 'JcnoxrLouiilknsAux..20: 185il envslope. by*remiUln' ino tTMlld)1.Uro' '3 '1URI. :@Jo &a.TvA Com'r.. InsMMoc'bIIsbe4 b..r special endowment J .
U *- '- ?r JAS. CONNER i sumps tofjf *arfc t .-. t -( iT ,f'orthe reHs of tie aick V
: jJ SONS. MIl 4Istresed
,
Pear Blr[ -I bUt.used roQr German BItters.aod '.. w4.t543m'r., partoiaatalnewvnotieea oi .
1 J&79i1. ; ile.1 :7 -- find them all I they are represented to be,and cheerfully }, --ITJUspwardStreat Dfl.DBLASEY: > ''-, ;, l4&e 3.dleVLWbanw:eYer1W.dnee1 aM aJ lctad with "VlmUot and Epidemic.DiaeaaesJf and discoveries in'sit sad v Q -'
"
'recommend them ,;Nsw YoskCftj.july9,41. .- Saturday sflerqpgu.*ftei.$... rrinl..r A-yJport4flbe sec4bq'esal /m i '
M the public as An 1Jmec1icioa. t. cars fill article oaaJW4 m
,
.J.: : ,Rar .Cb IiCe I' ,i r Vcrr. Mspectftfnr'twrs'" .1 *? .J.- '.r from h.'So.f an4I'ee1,,. jj .: -. '. sealed eats .).Of tiarr r 0I
:onii ... .* W7F.TADLKNEB.. '. Uouiej .' aud, :Qna- '.tal Tb 'bl .'' Ief.tha & r: J SfrP061** AddreaaT: ,. Oi. .:B.1 weIoume yai&or economy't1f
I IS r BLAOXSHITH ) C I .
.. ;A; SeeadvMIi-_L "','_ U ''IJD. 1br 'l..4 aa ]D.LSOQSIh S&4tsii& n .:, : '.
f l0ifc acost>
..f' -ANJWBEEJWRIGHT. ,.n."t ; m'v UGJ 'TaIKid OD iH -I., : '.) .. ;. ". 1 Tb Seotafey :
.- .?. ,. : 'f [' .IQ.MriHrr. Jag; pjnfnB I .sblas.\dp4itjyeey \ la
':- ;; : Mbscrifeer'ttfera.. i JbrAaleVhls'Sbops and Geier.lErokeap.... :1 : ,.,,cated.-.q .aey_ h4seos.efJac1WUTU1eiflthi&boySbnaab and : o.aut.Ya I 0(1904 tIfM "' 'C'
'R-: ;' ; "; .Jl, .Let,1(*feet J'H** cou/eolenUv'attaated is,now prtpr.4 to'krve'ib. I and solicits-a. ourt.equ ai145 .riD.'Inn1w. II.'r.l & .W..i I. t.' "iem
/ } v.- 'XVi', ,*. '. to IfK lttd ei rooai generally.1 ;Can.be pur ;THB'1Indenf In. his tiDe.C, sbj.rsot patronagewJAMfiSJURSNESS.. .bytbo eW7bli .er..pouauo. IX-wS aee 'del we .wm.Dide.I sltcateoiwbi.lbeJodga i" .. .

I t \ ;4't. .. hllM.Wltb.. JQUool,01a Jt .' He'_will attend 4o/tbe.falool NegroesXanda I .IF If. B.-Udingksle4og. B'UII1mr, Ac. 1:1 q..tt ,.". -. -.1 Lt ._(! ,1 '1.,_ I Jo 0 Probatc*! ", Jt.Jtf.i. _.
; ;#,>. :> &r, \ D' .,"..'.' uotb feepjaoed' lubis cbirgeLeters xecuted with nedtoess aid dfp tehI' i |uly ,,*g8.. .. Of NaM.ofa17r ,tteranef-Adraiaiatratfoa i aJ I.i..ad L .- tkEE

.- -.; :. *>** *?.v. 4* ... .- 'W'.er1.. -'Q addressed..infonnMlowill,: bepromptlym. -f-J .. '-, .' '. ,. mum. -. ill .r. 1u04I'tJ.ti.. upon (be Ba !OWJ ilof 'O'aIIl_fr ; ...s 55.q \
A.H.Ju. ,?> '. plied an .. eneral&cqusints .lahl.. '.finat.e;' r "'I Uwl-:1. W. .: C, I ; -in. 7 .rr h JUWIIQOl. r# deoeMedT r n A. _, .- y yesr.ai-tr"--\ ."
'Jt' : Of.u. : -
.- &j, ,* Dct;.render U 't" ; "\, r.L ., t. r ..a.11.1.inCHtB.. 5ur Of -t ..o.).
"
.Z' f ':. .' ., : .. .. ; .ee:.l" cB01'l.1;' UitPl ri.' "''' iWlaf1t1il; .:'.. p. .,..fA-. ,'t'I... fllL' .. JA. i .I. ,- .. .,. J H., JI.IL.JI..Q1J'-m .a.M4 . ",IP
: .
3' : .tlr't '. i"t .C' ." 'n"i'": If t; c Ia4I -. .
: .. ,"-f' .,: .. p4t -"" .,. ': 1i .....> .t"i. .i":'., : t"-.l' f -"EL.._ .mJWftK..- .to..l ', JI PA_ fct 'ff -r ; 1' ',H IN-1XI .. ,1tI94 "- 4 do Jap.. p
;;; .'".'_ r ? t r II. ... .-f'at
'
i : V .r" ..t
}
xP '. '- .' ; .' : f-.j J. ; .'.' W-.a.-. :t- V r i .

?. ,..', : :' : \ > '.q, '. .. ;if .' 4'C.
.
.z i -
-. .
,'

? :11 : : i" 1. \

:

it a ., "


'-. .
.r" ."... .'f',,>1I-i..,.t'. -, ..41' -