The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: August 27, 1856
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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' P0. la&ms .aftt.trci ::1i Buchanan:I yet .partypia14'orm(' *,"'"I.will\-
r .Th.bt.Ipsrtut fIIW'Ie entertain.. 1ie highest r ct. .From it,. nor can';--l recognize t 'suc .principles ; Eoic.A.tIfla : ..I. }bdnLsO 8'. '. (' Tiit. .rg.,n- I thetmwhl! .
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1856. ) .f' 9tthtt Dion, against 'another. ; id... ''. :-;. >. ,
\mGroN\aly letter 1. of ,thoJKijwe as more patriotic and, 'national than attempt to carry'out' ,such :.measures, ..1., .q ;t "' 9 rJ l ter O Jiven. ; As'members of:jthe .American .party> .,G"ch ':J"'IO" 1'1&t.: t I'' :.,',

Sit g.-Your Mr.'Fillmore. In'the office' of President : hasLinYolved i us in ,our-present .! Qcorgia,:by! Which.lii.;r 9 and:as,good citizens;:.we_ :can;only do Civis ,,ot ,trying:toof 'H :tf.

; nit.,addressed me until at ,:one has'been' ,tried,, the. other calamitous";and' perilous sit, atkn-.',. inaiintothe. 'office"of, sVice, :President i onr doty,,refusing:to:Co 'enrIn measures tho/act:,tkt iMr. 'Waft r:l .f:_' .-" ,
: '5:we.i.11e; did not reach me has not. It. is matter of astonish. Hence the effort 'baB'. '!been made to ; bf the United., States" was 'confirmed .that. ifatal'i, : the' :public resigned '(he'ofiee.of: A' '
;I. here. I thank/oo' for .ment to me that the' nomination incorporate :with;,and'-render; has Addressed' to'Dr., H T. peace,.and contributing[ by;,all the akJohnBearAo .. '" ..

11t.iid. sentiments pened to:fall to: the lot of 'Mr. Bu them parts'.oftho>tocient'platform,of :M:. .Mill i, ;'thePrcfident:",/of 'tiiat;: .legal means lD..our.power'.to :the: roe candidate tO't.CO ?Oifl1$5b; M: .

lI jprOcLte ill that you.:1un.e channu, when other names-' as J J have the'timohonOfed"aemocracy'supposing ConVc tipniher following' patriotic toration of,those old l fashioned, doc-1 the.veryernow : same pIes.Whch' )Waft-. .

4 _d. Any apology} was .nn- learned, were.'used on the .occasion as no doubt .they did, that. thetalisraanic .letter which. 'we copy from theRome'Ga.Courkrof trines which.made,us so.Iong I a hap-1: ; JloJds .Jl..ia:1IOlreei Ii.1 t .

for addressing. me OB po- who had been the active advocates namo>democracy would. ) the 25th inst. py and.pr spOroipiopIo.! Under theinfluenceot and,'I"$ever/JKe( ; jbject5, as they are now soe.mcig Of the Kansas Nebraska,bilk which uui American people of "ULipGiioVEiJply 'such doctrines, shall S
tie well ; support :, 7th,;1850.. : we ,or indecency japited:& Wa. o* Ihacount
to the public as as : bad been declared thbcthC main issue heresies,as absurd as they are dan 'Sxr:-Y our.lotterOn.ibe 12th."inst heart no"more of:squatter sovereignty: .. ft, ;aajs? rir' 11i 'w

'ridaIs- I thank you for your in the approaching' Presidential gcrons to the well-being of this coun- imrQ mt g.ino of my nomination br.the'' or mob, | tribunals,but.raayhope:.see Sjatcftuft:tffeiredtctit 1K' .- 4

.Preri&fld; Suggestions i, and will renmtw contest. That plank i is .'prominent i in try.But .American party.of, Georgia, as their( jfongresf performing-again its ..conetituliorial :f ,itjs certain. there was.in 'ne'edIsM'. *

u mile mtw_ ;.erfect freedom and the platform, and the platform has my dear sit,twill not attemptto candidate for the Vice Presidency l'duty as the guardian of the $tat) :who,would .ceei. ...

; You&say, In speaking of I been.accepted cordially by the nom go'.into, detail further I hope that of tho United States, has been received the. South'" as well as,the North i in'the to publish it, Again; ''when, Jue '

"ratitiat having been reared inee.Wo > Texas, when she comes to the pollsin and with it,,the declarationof t settlement, .of'.pur' j pnblic lands and Hawkins' became'.tired
$ 2teaeath the shades if the Her- have to regard squatter sovereignty November next, will make a united principles)adopted on' the same. occasion. in tho ,admission of 'the i inhabitants r,of.State,Judge of 'West Florida, M

Tit'i L. wd in every sense a Demo. as one of the cardinal pointsof rally for the American ticket,and .',* of the Territories to the sovereign ,was_a.candidate for the: Federal ttf-

.! ufeel aU the reverence and con- modern Democracy. The candidate that its triumph will bo, omp'l te.- For'this mark of respect and honor rights of_States,:with_ .or. without.'slavery l pointment of Collector of, Apalcfelcola I. .- .,

ideece it principles and integrity however, has merged himself in. hope the friend of our Union"and ,- I begi leave"to. present my' ;grateful as they may determine ',for ,.he,'did; not'Design,his Jadgiship .
af fa motives that actuated General the platform, or' the, principles of it, true Democrafc principles.will rally acknowledgments. In acceptingthis themselves when Carming't te 'until he .WOS'B!red of the :Colleetorshlp -' .

jufcoa in his political course that'Io which to my mind, are not in harmony -I around the sentiment of Gen. Jackson nomination am but' adhering' ,Constitution ; and nooneeven:.
do. The issues.,formerly di- with Jackson Democracy. and I I I and show ,their revere c for' his ,to' the obUfCation''nssnnied, when! But i it is'not perl aps'pr pei'or me of his cot resigning.. 'The;cly cw-. : .

the old Whig and Democratic.Jg accordingly.repudiato them.. I can- memory and great services to" the rin- yielded to the wishes <#,thc' Nation to,enter into a discussion of the causes plaint; ever,heard"'was that he'quit- .

nay no longer be said to ex- not seperate tho candidate and plat tion, 'expressed. in" his letter to :Dr. al! American party which placed me which have constituted us,with reference the l high and:' ,dignified .C tlon't!

fyettherC is a difference, in, thebdple form in this instance they are iden- Coleman, ""that it is time we should previously in: nomination fore :tlu to our antecedentsas, 'W.hlgs State; qdge;.to.&cceit.tlielittk4&fr{ .

; arising out of the interprc- tical, inasmuch as the' nominee has become alittlo more Americanized." same office. The principles' avowedby Democrats: a, now party. I. referto eral appointmentof: Collector., .

Ljoisi of the Constitution of the said that he could no longer speak Since the day on which this'.warning the two* Conventions are'substantially them only in connection'with the, ;The rftate.'rights men who regard, .

United States that must continue to i for himself as James Buchanan, but was given our country has been progressing tho:same. They are the. principles patriotic declaration' of' principlesmade with pt appreciation i\b., dignity .

.ist as long as our personal form of i as the exponent of the principles set and from, developmentswhich taught to us' by.the Fathers of by the .Convention. 'at% Macon, of-State'offices.conferred iy theo4pie :

.fonnnocnt continues.11 forth in the platform. I am constrained have taken place, it sems to the Revolution, and if' faithfully, in_order'that you.may see how' complete ) .or, Legislature of .the-:State 'ts. '

jor, let us reflect for a moment, according to my notions, of Dem- me that the exigencies of the country maintained, will. make our ',Constitution .is'my concurrence_ with them, contradistinguished.from 'Iederal;
observe that I, too, if not reared ocracy, to utterly reject the platform, impress upon us the necessity of feeling and Union invulnerable to,' the and how great,Is'.my.appreciation of fic conferred, : by and ield.,at ibe. .

-beae1th the shades of the Hermit- and cannot'give my support to the folly alive to'our nationality,'by assaults of all foes, whether ,coming the honor".yon',have conferred: upon pleasure ,the Premdeatrthia'actoftho '

IB," fas taught under the pure, nominee,of the present Democratic evincing respect for his wise counsel.I to'us from a foreign' land or. springing me ,by an association of my name with I .Judge. was:very dbtastefal. :Bat

gorO3 and national democratic party. will not assume to offer to, the : in our midst as factionists and that of Mr. Fillmore in 'the,ioble effort again, 'when JudgeEaWkis'becart .

teiciuP or the revered and brave Of the Regublicans,I cin only say people of Texas the, words of warn- traitors.The up to check the' excesses of party tired of he Federal office''of :CoP '

caieC whose wisdom brought hone that their platform and principles are ing and admonition. In the words of people of Georgia have doubtless spirit, and effect a reformation, important lector,' and was ,a ..candidate- for another '

etr,parity and vigor into tho public sectional and I cannot.conceif'e'how Jackson they have higher counsel.- some recollection of the support as that of 1768' ,and 1800. 'I Federal 'office, {that ol.'U;.S; '

mice with strength, love of union, any man loving this Union devotedto The days once were'when my admonitions which I gavo to the Compromisemeasures once did great, injustice to this emi Judge,)):hedid; not 'resignhis Col* _
loDor and renown to the whole counter. its principles, can support a ticket and advice were offered to of .1850; as a final 'settle- nent patriot and statesman by'.hold lectorship, and no. one. ',blamed" ,bik

I marched with that old chief, night with such ''disastrous conse- them. They will remember what my men of the, slavery' question. A ing responsible for .what I con-' for'ft/ -, '

kept step .with his democracy quences to the whole country its course, among them has, ever been- strong effort, both' in the North and, sidered ,an attempt to merge the The true rule 1 ,1lr. (1itorL ;;

throughout his public life; and since success would, be. It has been my with what intense 'interest I have the South, was 'made compel Con-' Whig party oCt e North :into 'a sectional when the people"con I. aa:Ot upon

ie departed, I have never deviated habit in life to deprecate and oppose srught secur their peace and advance 'gress to retrace'its.steps: and the cry ,opposition( to',the.rights of the : a'man, he.has.,n6 righ) t qtln1t.

for a moment from his principles,and everything of a sectional character, their .prosperity. My devotion that 'acquiescence.in those measure South tout'when:.I saw.him :rise superior officeexcept t..th r'ieqne' ; :
IIe1l IOU, you can say most truly, and therefore I cannot view with to them is not lessened at this was an infamous surrender, ,of to such l local prejudices, and Judge.Hawkins urdcoi&seEtlr! ] '

tit not only the issues formerly di- complacency anything which is cal- moment-it can never abate 'so long State rights., In that: crisis I believed prefer .the interests ,of the whole hold the,office, of lector/and: at. ,
the old and democratic culated that of the .section4 the same time.ask.the 'President to: ,
riding whig tomilita'tcagainsfcthe Union, asahi I treasure upon earth remainsin that tho only 'doctrines of:Democracy countrY' to : I Ii
parties can no longer be said to have; or any section, of .he whole country. the bosom of that community.-. might be relied upon to arrest which he.h pp'ened to be born,I.made i give,him iho.o c'Q. pfDbtrict. J.a gi,' .

111 pract cal existence,but that those You uiy dear sir, know as well as I Whatever estimate they may think the dangers resulting from the all amends my.power)tooffer, *and I for,the President hadth'coaeJg' | ..

pouts themselves have no.distinctivecharacterl do, that when Texas was annexed to proper' to Place. upon .opinions i3 irritations.which marked the discussions declared publicly* long before I knew 0.b tlii.b whea he- comes \tar-iyc
They have faded,become the United I' State?, she did -not consider with them.. To the" aged" nd' thc of the:influences which' controlled of existence pHhe'Aiaci'icap par" *' the-poople.to-elect. himtO'Co recfr' .. i

extinct and expired. herself as identified with any i middle aged I would speak ,as to President Pierce satisfied-mo that \y,that ho ought,to be called again .i it"'was'.well enough Torhim:;to.r.eelgfc, t '
the lives only in i brethren the and the united''voice of the : to ,the office .received from the Presi .
ODe Whig party, particular section, but viewed herself u.nger'.men this'party bad' lost_its vitality as a by people ,
tie memory of its .great namfe, its as merged in the Union. She the youth I_would speak' as .a father national one, and that no course was ho chair of:tho Chief.Magistracy. dent. t But dc not understaaii.me :aacharging -

pot abilities and its great failuresto had received the sympathy of the -and beseechrtbem to take the'course left 'for'tho"disciples of Washington, Tarn very respectfully I .offi impropriety-- .on'->tbe '

accomplish practical results} the citizens of every section of the Union; best calculated to restore harmony to Jefferson, and Jackson, 'but to seek' ".' Yoor. :obedient servant, Judge'in.regard 'toany: of theset--:

other, although it retains the name her feeling, her interest and her existence our distracted. country, and promote in! anew organization' the aid of the ,A. J. DONELSON.Dr. ters.: I only cjtethem, ? to defeedKr.: .

of Democracy, has no memories to in becoming member of the. the general good.. Thin truly, 'people reviving: the,raaxiras of,the ..H. V,M.. I1.i.EBPresi.dcnt, Walker.agalnst.the:chsr e'wIlchWte 'I

vhich the present organization can Union, she considered as inseparable SAMHonJohnHancock HousToN davs of tho Republic and' lopping of tho Convention. been made against\l ,< r Mr.; Walker -> .

refer without a blush of shame. The from its preservation prosperity. ,.Austin' .,Texas. pure .off the excrcsences which had A',True'American.e- received, the,ofHce of Eegiater. irestlyfrom -. ,- .1

Democracy of to-day is a**compound" A sense of duty, under thee circumstances ." been fastened upon our 'system by .At a recent ,American meeting 'inPbiladehphiaMr. .tbc hands ,tof the people t
Bear !
.r f beterogcnous materials : it has lead tno to the conclusionto Breckenridgea Successor. factious and sectional controversy. J. ., uller, and fro I has no right to resign. the;' -

When John merchant '
dried led down to mere sectionalism, support American nominees- G. Breckcnridge was same,.unless l tbo'same., people ..hall'J
nominated for the Before the election of ,Presidc I of New Orleans, made tho (blowing '
Vice-Presidency desIre him '
isdis now but a faction. It has the only, men now in nomination for ta.do so.. 'Should .he' *
lost principles- of cohesion, and the, and Vice he was a Democratic Elector.for theState .Pierce prominent men in the South, I statement::, 1 'sign'before that time, : democr. .
Presidency Presidency every
well the North, blamed me for I When I, leU New Orleans, I had
; of '
Kentucky. Col. John W. as as
teats no longer a uniform policy.Mien before the American people who do rat in'.tho Stat. :would, charge h&fc
Stevenson of' Covington has since insisting that the Democratic party I my passage engaged, in the steamer .
it followed with us the old most assuredly claim the cordial with having 1)66{ unfajthfaf, .to :Ihk
sup- been nominated in his stead, and is was the safest organization for sccufnpftho Persia,.wbichl. yesterday: for Liverpool .
confided him
dief1' had of to, .
it; a consistency principle port of_ men who are true hearted : by.the' peo$
butwh I heard and,
canvassing for Buchanan.and Breck )reforms necessary to tranqnilzo ; ;, was '
and firmness of purpose which Americans, Democrats and, 'Vbigs.All .- by given. itupwithbut'the: .order, Or-
jJrays accompanies a clear conviction faithful naturalized citizens enridge. It seems, from .the reportsof the :public. mind, yet these same convinced' by. actual: observation. ,that, request of .those. who ftppomted him:

of righL It had clear heads.p.triotie though of foreign birth, who cannotbe his speeches: de.b. the newspapers men now traduce and calumniate moor the present political test is one of I Sir.'let him st b'dby the post! whwfc

hearts,and clean hands ever controlled by any foreign' allegiance that he bears down very 'hard'UhlOn ndt:acting with! them when they tho utmost, :j importancet:probably the. the people have. assigned,,bjm..ttijttll
the indiscreet or uninformed are:notoriously in:alliance! with those most important.intho.briofbistory! of shall" :to.him iu .
ready in -its support. It spoke wis- can come forward to their they ?ay Octocer.next
United'' States .1
who those reforms. the 'said.mls: 1r
who Mr. Fill- f .
doa and home and politicians represent oppose we prefer your vicesjn ,the Execative -v ,
at rational
quiet everywcUoa and
support, as .men,capable I .
more as an 'Abolitionbt, or unworthyof desired ,mo, as an'old..Jack son .Demo jccause .loved my country.from .officoL Then and, not 'till then- ,
rejoiced in our general prosperity willing to support the Constitutionand : .t .
Southern crat to quit ,the party when there : East to West from North 't.o' .S0th'rthis ; "
The .
Observer he
; it announced its foreign pol- tho Union. Major Donelson, support. may Consistently' .resign, ;: >; .
you & R the the was; a hopo 'ofits being brought i is.no: time.for any one with\ pairiotic .
r gives : .
port following as 't !o .
Ief,ud abroad were no know I rs n-ae1ru; .
negotiations wasbrought in.the. same *: <
up his breast to .
substance of his. remarks back to its original doctrines, 'but feelings:swelling '
at Lexington F
rather necessary than to communicate school'with ourselves, which was the : ; JJ4T'. .' '
upon this point: when the proof became .conclusivethat l eave his post of duty. [Applause.] _I rfl. ; .; :

that J.unounccment.Where old Jefl"ersodt' Jackson democracy "Ho said it; was no'part of his'mission -, tho power of this party had passed I[ wrote, ;to my: agent to give up .my :'sAuTkthaTui'aurotIiQ. .'. '.Z, '.' ,
is that democracy to-day -and he has ever proved true io'his to abuse denounce Mr Fillmore into ,the ,bands of the freesoilerand berth, and' that under circumstances LoJaJ'" '-:. .<:4'''. '..

Swallowed up in unmitigated squatfersorerelgnty -, democratic education-the. love. ; :that he,did not intend, to ira-: nullifier, they assail me .with confd, be compelled go tbroad' James Buchanan,. ""ii FedenillsJ' in. ., "'''I; ., .

-in sectional tricker- of Union being the polar star. itato the example of some of the ju. the,bitterest:'epithets during'the'present. crisis. .the days of Madison J a' Democrat. in' : .- :: & i'. ,_ '

\np and disputes-in disregarding Mr. Fillmore was, a Whig o.ndser.ed venile. beardKss When I.endeavored 'to show ,that Mr. Fuller is'a.true American,and the ,days of Jackson,'opposed to 'w. at: ;,' : -" ,. .I
speakers who
pacts between the different Sect the people of his district while the were was'more .fo' trust his .example' will,exert an in 1812,. but. in favor1' of war ia .. ( ::,. "
roaming over he ho Democratic party .
: frankly .
of the Union, tho repeal ofrtici ho was a representative in Congress.His admitted that Mr.couitrr' ; than the' n'1)e. sectional nfluenco'upon.other members: of thesam6party 1856; A. protective tariff .man ia1 .<. "
Fillmoro sound, Whig ( )
las led insurrection Kaning and he was apure
to in service was satisfactory, < ., What i is n requircd: Pennsylvania; .jiftj f& -tradtsh'
triot-thn't ie the crisis issues there .was ,reason: to .
-m dp Indian:wars whcrr secured their confidence. When his which the ,met tho,' deciules 'of ,the Nashville, hopo ,o: lcct Mr..Fillmore i J Is a systematic in' the Senate of:'the United States,- ':
*fcr ladiing could be found, as a pre- official'duties took a broader range, through country pa edduring' that and concentrated :'effort., Without A.Wilmot'proviso! aii in148.and: I. .
his administration like roan Southern Convention and the Buffalo
tot for increasing the regular army, and new and responsible, duties devolved and lover.of his a would 'not' such an effortthe: best cause never a 'sovcignty'mab IaISSg.LMfemAnfort.heSon'thIi: .- ," .
tie a couritrJandtbathe platform' gain possession .
estimated expense of which, at upon him as .the head of. the did. :and never will'succeed. a horn:' .
the Federal Government. Now'it. '
tWt time arc $12,000,000 per anThen nation he cast,aside every ..sectionaland 1 was willing to.go' further' .'say cc JeJ > Here ;k the ,man: for the South. :Jis .? '
that,in his'opinionh; would" do. L1'gain.should I .will. :scarcely bo denied by.any candid Letter from Mr.'Fillmore; *
$300,000 judiciously ex- local bias his views on all important NdrththeEastandthoWeit He&rr
.p4.d, would with he bo elected., That although 'man" ,that the: politicians' ,who The following: a copy ot'lc ter. :.' :' '
limited him '
secure peace :were ) only :: -
questions .Mr. Fillmorc raised' the have given dangerous: ,direction to from Mft Fillmore. to Mr. ',Oak. 'oCPhiladelphia [ '
at '
Indian f :
t ;
a tribe on the continent, by the extent of his duty to the,wholeCountry. '' "If there'be .either Korth. or ,
North and breathing the heresies: of those two schools. '
: atmosphere' are :
idt1Ce : who'desire : :adrainlstratio'for .
them to embrace civiliza- His serviccsinotth ontb, -anr ( .
acceptance "
congenial J to Suihortghit: 8.haftin i not only' : c'ti gviU( the modern BUFFALO,'LnJui1DeaS 4, ;.856. South
of tho nation and be retired the as) gainlt.thiNpfMii : '
-. wreign- policy of the present :from the 'office .with; ,; the approving his earlier!. years.expressed oplniODs'iD1mcal.to'slavery ; .-- ,Democracybut.. are really! shaping I Sir/:*-:, have the honor .io,' or for.tho North: as'againstltfe S h- A< '. : .
,yet': his administration Its-policy land.( dispensing. its, :patron i acknowed| i9:' Jthe; .receipt' .of, YOur'rr c} '
6GrttiC President; has been far1QttI'di'edittble voice of thousand tho had been hid they are not.tho'men whd fcc*.d'crt- i .
showed .thatj; when, cat oge. 'iidlyi!note.of the"80th 1t.t tOgctherith *. -
to our fipvernment. former oppb eD t8. In my opi nion i .no > their;'sufferage: forM Yoijtr /:; ,'.
1 Atoo led! to the.J2xecatire\cMr..o: .: ;tlfcNa'tfpn > {o.Q.it.: was Onstnt I thobeB .cane .
.hag shown a disposition tort administered the government wisely! Then, reproach accompanying 1 onl1knowtnt't"llo1: ( 'aa ., <.
.jj n influence to sustain,it, ',and:well. He found the country ingreat he'threw offal!!partisan; feeling, .to'nio, as bein$. .nnfaUhfnt .to. the, :it, madefrom.'ono 'pt ,the joists : ;: .fi1.. 1; K1t..t ,'::. '
ha8 declared and .well. dissatisfaction discarded all sectional vjcwp :and cause State-rights4' and:the' cause which'supported:the .floor of the lib- ,LARlF1LLMJRk. ,: "l
practised excitement as as .
l, ProscripUon against. native, : ', and,even,in peril]; :and yet he showed .bui seU'. 'the/friend of t his of>the South,:that! 'did:not denounce.J ., ray'or the,latelamenteU Henry ,Clay J :; ,': 'ti'," : :,".Jo.l',f .1' 'i"." ,.',
; whole t the,: trnion'a 'tbopoijt4itiofl J hi termS-of unmeasured abuse. .Such 1 ihis'token friendship FtdJ.t" "I' ,
!! 4erican cit'izans.' Lwil. IiUt' left it in: tro.nqailityand safety country : accept. yqnr: I ?--1 corrwpondeet J. ,' t t' i
& repose .'- : m.cnOi.M1:Van Buren ,and'Mr:Ben and wHh\fereatfar emotinsndhall of tf 8.jSt.W >
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) o:1Xentucj ecid4dpute : 1W uktie e \ "*
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: "Bl&ck BepabKatniouVif ir $ts a b tbi AnMrioan (Democratic* Hrtr Of ThIJS Fe4 and reflect, tedevi
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: with Joys *Gi ydap :Ms fcanda of $ : ; :5th4 eIbo&dJsiMI IM&i WWrt** i* 7. Sri.J!
-- SS poor man from parcbaafag a bojM& AM|Florida .Yi t'11ImMa.'sud'1Joeo n> to that of Sb. 4bOIitOa,

'V and threw up hfo hatTaiid cut moor ) But noftloce they Have ot an Ua'thif. vMri F remont twas" nominated by :the rankest or Black BepoVicea candidate? i4rme4 ._ ; !ms
Jf Ken'tacter should U be **- art !ron th.prud.bI'maa Wj S&
EBticfrthfrp afflonkej of the : .Should U elected
.. .QMy. and Coll Perry ha*turned otjt to bebf. mawbo: abolitionist* jdfrruthe.candIdte. 3d. *m Breckeoridw.iFill-. futtNet
: hM deaertedJ'illmore.K&Q onT Btaubri- -rand '. stands a certalned that Boeftkaaa and IhijuL"
flow upon
would raise the ipricTof tbese ii ndr'thereby more and Josslaon) will receire( wore electoral Disioly. the
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: Tenting; the poor man from purchaaiog abom*indretardlflgiemigTatiorf rote than FUlmore and Donation (Bachanaa. ,ten thousand voices !' hij4bMI
re.ovedPi1lmGremUSt4Dit the field, to Et fTp ia tky cbaage 8 D ; d Breckenridge) an4 that yonr Tote for tb. latter at sa3'
..- S tiine. more,aim 8uta uito'tfie Colon laid the rtstoniten gentlemen ei t.eJe$. tfW-jUly f i7 **
dBachanan ds easily .S S their and charge M.Wt1Ud Mr-Parr, S 4 S_ S vote*for,Bucaanav and Breckenridg (Filk
r I of thaM11400r1: C 'pfomfw: ni* cannot your ,
the kaow that ean
S is'Greelej's logic yrhicft"A t S more and, Do.1aon l ) Jryta. yo
CincinnaYi, theydid, wt cor ugloonf tbe;nio ttne. Is4o| be dtnkd, aad yet tba 4V.wj says tbbtioa. thereby defeat the election i4 the Bl* k BpobR> Untie r ri.Tr and* wT Golf i *%; jrj 1*

S this enough to 4iiust1,:decen4 and bodbrable capy, The lame petition'.opon' thedafre1ireve4'to *T T | *pe.rWe tan'or AboKUoo e ndid* ,ot 'pryreat 'Uw deetion ,-, would' inst.ejq
: similai ti H nsffelEepresenUUrBa aeerys1as noweapfftg"1
Black Indulges a : froo
JEfcepublican *' seespsowto profcaiea g 1la
t ? V *C: "" } difficalirJQ eomipz to.a .j
men :X r'bad'Syvllf bn4 ,mtla tbe* uiiuTtog
strain of remark, and add that a 'MrAandMrPAry1tn TolJn thitraisfnjfjbe --S be ao ionorible g ndemaa" atand'op ID tbe.mldstof cone!wIotfMt.1 answer*lobe nudi to your in-. would ,
'S SoatheriWhig going for Bach price otili Bands' themselves, an {nUIInt/ peoplt'.aDddeclato1 that Millar terog4todu.btt' CQnsiderJn(.tat importance 6ta tMl/>acro, '
/ S serred bis whoU'ooantryithaljy.wbila the subject and tbe part that I am acting in .. n-. tar!* .
S whole ?
of the ,
anin willo'en the land and, in favor of
; ejea to be opppsvd'to speculators U to otbec .
I deemed necessarY
slave but
S / SS ftti'tbblessjags preseaUtive opacity, State, **aot
that the contro- 'hatb been the ef- Pm>dent, and retired and shall
: j : rth.t the fact, \ / pJe5U'emtfttiOD. : Abolitionist take time fitonItstn! aud refltctwa or two of abolition State*, .ifl 'f"
'verqisstrictlyand purely sectional, \ ; feet of raising the prfc bf these lands? .Hal Kn t of all good,ro : tba aa 'poajBoo'.Xll 00pn-tb0 posslbIe. Mr'objections1 to Mr. Bucbanaa anr ofth of aagin'that
fa of 5"--
S thrown serious obstacle the emigration 1
takes way
I'mid when that conviction x>nce 'dtetlr Fremont '
regret frec-soj
location oCalireiy U n4tths cb >ge enough *pra e4t ciaraeter.'and I ahpald .
I Will it hoi prevent:many poor man,from buying } MilUrd Fillmore, )
t '. of Northern mind the ; ,belulf! his election orer such man- as and the tlowa rematu'Inab1'
? himself'a home and settling InEast Florid*? -.Nor to euIttboythIthaUmez1i1k"" S. whom I regard as the first statesman bf tbe age. 1uppo.. tbI
1 ;North being th3 [majority-there isno i L* this7 all. locfeasing the price of these land* will bar oeignboirT and .the. rarest' politician of modem time*,'and

4 Jongfdr any*doub tof the:result. enable those who'are speculating in land* to sell Admittiri/UuV Mr.,; Fillmore wa .bpposed to perhaps the only.;man who;can calm the troubled op tbe meat inteese-excitement ,,

... ,;; This ia the Black Repuplicamfie America Rally! !' their,own at high price,whereas If the State lands iherepeal, 6C'the Missouri Compromise! iU, the Jfttnbaanqerfdenceihatbe of waters'But*oa,is whose now lowed.turbid wares Six-years the ago'the good old wares ship jevnrb.q toiAe s onatitutia.bundred.otrnilflons ti1ue wU1be. 1n4
would faror restoration. .
xifjocofoco success in'Kentucky supposing us. are put down,to reasonable price, then,''specula of.znsticismrsn high and tha iitorz.ofdiueflho4' In

that to be stated tors wonld.be obliged to lower the price 'of' their ., UI. 'illmore'bas nercr aaid be,would, and Mged'as 'tiolerttly a* now, threatening to enguipl value, QJ'M*
success as The American of Duval American Pjatform bclds bat DO aacb idea.Mr. that ship with its valuable cargo, tho eu *titution can buduDidissoI regardles*uf fWr ma*!*
therefore in favorofspecuIsioraDd
;i and indicating the political sentiments ; Party lands. The nigh prices operate Fillmore ta cot the onljman who looked upon of the United State* sad tbr l last bi'pe* of freedom re-tb. Unfoo tbWwhUt Wflcctiou
will meet' si-GraYelly Hill against'the poof man,and. for to the world.,' ProTvdeoce which has eTer watched could aot'lM 5
of the people. But the fact is, this reason Mr. Wiucxn and Ur. Pipr protested the repeal of the Missouri Compromise as a yiola- over 6ur' destines placed )MniardTillmore the therwi**,

1 that the election confined to judicial near the residenco ofMr.: MILES itThere tion of c<>od aitb. and a disturbance of the peace helm, wb with a master hand ,teere4the gallant I WIU jeit' 1d3a't7st1tto veiIAt' .i_

against 'Doo Ias Gen. Cass 'and but atorm beaten vessel into the harbor of coast i; owners. a* they *r* ifcep y iot jTTporttntsMbjkct.
and a few ministerial State PRICE'S, on Saturday the 6th day of appear in the JfttfJ of the, I8th instant,a of the countrjr. Judge
"S : officers and constitutes no test of communication from individual who for reasons Dan! B; Dickinson, three of the ablest Democrats tutioOAl State equality.. ) if/adft .br
5 September for the of nomina some But earnestly aa I destr ana pray ur ine election -
purpose tballissouri you,purchase! no a** I47e*
ia the Union bare the, repeal of ; ;
party, trength.-On this point; ;we best known to himself withholds his name Millard Fillmore,. I onquestioaabljr* S
S 1)em'Ocratiepapers. ting candidates the next Legislature simple Compromise, the same light witb 31r. Bocbanaa Fremoot Jim bow own, foryoo miutptrteir, i
from tho a/string
public propounding
of and ,
*the authority *
naye Fillmore. Will our neighbor tell DS what baa Mr.Buehcnan ihongb not entitled, to; southern h g to yon*gang you ar* u-mifllcf
to represent said County. and ridiculous questions to, Mr. WaLXta. We ia iba oindrdate
The Louisville Journo.sayst been tbo result cf the of.the Missouri line? confidence like Jlr. Fillmorv, not lveowner by yo r paliey.p an
Come all know Mir. WALKKB too well to suppose that be will repeal oft purely sectional pnrty Fremont U the repreiaeoUtifeof
Come !
f U
one rt oar popalitiua Kwiof
the of the
# S condescend to notice all the foolUh questions that Has it not reopened agitation slarery fanatical Northern aectlonalism. 111 ;

:"In all the .districts' heard; from There. will be a Barbecue prepared be put to him by cbrrecpondeuts who are either question to ti greater extent than ever was known election would be hailed as an .acknowledged :cour* their h ttreiu no Vtogtr .

4i made may before Has it, Dot been the of civil war triuruph of tbe abolitionists, and as .Mr. Fillnurjha earL Ywi 'wW to kbow ? contest has been ? cause 41spsi6ajnakeufyourlocreasingcspitat.
iohcrevcr'apary for the occasion, to which all good ashamed, afraid to come out like honorable *justly and patriotically said will lead to dissolution
the have been for the and bloodshed?' Has it not been the cause of Am* I cannot buliev .
I gains be will Union. *
re. large men over tbeirown proper signatures, but of this gloriou
an d. true' Americans are respectfully blood be out like the worth raise, a few million dojli'r, ta4 Vu
.: American contest. Wo can give doubtless give /i arion," as soon as his attention erican to poured impuru any southern mau'who has a reputation pre- -
invited.. .. stream, of a kennel on the sand" of .KansasJ, serving would accept office at the bands of such a one, Urge sail *nd ileua % pet su.j
to "bur friends is called to Jiinyi assurance board tail to Londun
every ,
IIai1tciot been fraught wjth all, manner of evil party.I on cU JW e -
- throughout the whole Union that as he deserves. therefore answer your interrogatories ip cbascgoda'return ,
; ?* PHILIP C. BtiLtr, 10? Urooine St. i ii our We .scmewhat. inclined to the belitf that"Marion" to the country? and oneqnirocallyiand I am aatiafied
Kentucky is all right for Fillmore authorized agent for obtaiuing subscription*and and Why did not Mr. Calhoun, when be proposed in this, I represent the sentimeut of tbe American t*I pruid aad iodepeadrat.ootmtioa Such prsc
is himself land we put
and .Donels n. advertisement* and collecting nil monies due this a speculator, to K extend tbjs Missouri line to the Pacific Ocean, party of Florid (with'perhaps a very few exceptional will.cwoTinc* bdt anaed
office in New York this question to him and-challenge him to come tbi Union
who wish' to glorious and
The Courier (Democrat) In its think of repealing It altogether? Answer us this preserve f oar ability t lii cart*(>
out over his own signature and answer it:. which was cemented br the blood oar patriot selves and let them
notice of the election says :- t1- CapU E. Burca is onr authorized Agent at :Do not: own large bod let of landt Tilth you question,'neighbor, and. the talk'about Mr. Fill- lather Your fellow Citizen SS tL,, sam. pt
Middleburg, Black Creek to receive and receipt you more and the Missouri Compromisel He knew JOHff J. UNDEKWOOD.Hoo. more_ of tbetr good*, wares sad
"The election of yesterday, afforded for all moneys due this Office in that section. ifish to tell at high prices f and do you not tcUh to unconstitutional and S .E. C. CAJXU Tallahaassee, Fla. if they can afford to buyyoortt,4f

no criterion of the- strength of raite the price of the State land'i in ctdtr'td take cso ?- this.measure,was a "ttiyma ... purchase in Southern Cttie*
": upon itit SoutA" and jet, to preserve the peace( Concession.Tbe ,
of the of Presidential AMERICAN TICKET. the price of your own landt f S Valuable
parties, nor popularity extend baa been aappuacd that this
It baa been hinted by some of these speculators the country, be was willing to. the line to Hon. SCOTT WA BEJC. of Georgia, lately ad
and and reflect not
candidates; principles. FOR PRESIDENT, the Pacific Ocean 1 1ilr P UM ;
that Mr;.WALKEU ia engaged in a land speculation dressed a roeetitg of the American party ia that
There were secondary considerations ..Fillmore like the acd Statesman they wouU sink t be; Vuisa t ijj,1j.opt'atiuu
S ]Millard, Fillmore ia East'Florids. We have no hesitancy in pronouacing patriot State, and declared himself for Millard Fillmore.Mr. .
S to the personal popularity of gentlemen John CL Calboun, was only opposed to the repeal ,, and | iinla UU
or, SKW-TOOX: this to be false. lie has no interest what .Warren has always been a consistent and in*
who had offered for the various ever in the lands of East Florida. Tt is absurd and of the Missouri Compromise because of its consequences. flnential Democrat of Georgia; but the time,U rapidly setvrs.. This U buaticitai rua, mad.

FOE VICE PRESIDENT Us has. said this 'measure Parker, and: Tw/ng' doleful atrawBt.vi .
uerer was
offices. S ridiculous to suppose him ta be engaged stand approaching when the good and true men of

_- Andrew J. Donelson.OF speculation when it i is so well known that he opposed constitutional and just, but, like Mr. Calboun, be all parties will rally,to the support Millard Fill- nub all! the proof ig require',t.rw
Mr. Fillradre writes the following it Ten, w lib all it* attnetioni, w sot lo tie
regarded as a measure-a compromise soxspizwitt'Sbarp'
TZXtSSELS and voted against raising the price of State peace more, as the only man who can restore peace to
SS' ,. letter to Wyhdham Robertson, JEsq., agreed upon bj the North and Sooth to preserve the country and preserve tbe Union. _. rifles and abolitioa itutf.

t President of the Whig Convention FOR- GOVERNOR, lands.We bare known Mr. WAIKSE for twenty years peace and barmon/ in the Union. A According Mr. Warren denies that be supports "Mr. Fill- 5- '-tEICi3.

S Virginia in to a nomination and and it is folly for tbe reasoning i of our neighbor,Mr. Calhoun must to the Democratic '
response David S Walker as an honest good man, spec more through prejudice party, IHaiyland for Fillmore.An .

.S from that body : Or LEGS COCSTT. ulators, at this late day, to attempt-to injure his bare been an abolitionist of.thb deepest dye, for it but that be did it witb alibis* heart, becaas, be intcllljcent gcntlenuar and tru latriaa.

S : BUFFALO, N. Y.. Aug. 6th, 1856. reputation a gentleman by any unworthy imputation b well known to every intelligent man that he believed him to be a true Patriot ta,the Conttit- writing from Baltimore,

i Wyndham Robertson, Esq : FOR CONGRESS, cost upon his cb acter. adrocatcd the extension'of,this ;line to preserve tton and the Union, the [man best calcaUted to ,**Tb politkal aimpkikwin ofMJg

; James M. Baker .5. peace. restore peace to our country-the nun in whom be bold relief fur Millard FUlmurt sad lU
Sir TJbave the acknowledge
S honor to Or COLCXBIA COCSTT.ELECTORS Buchanan on Squatter Sovereignty.We S 3l!. Fillmore has never adrocated the extension had confidence would administer equal justice to and eacle daj bat strengthen*him bc >r ta.pnit
L S the feceipt of letter of the Tbe OM LIo Whijr wits bat few. J Jwftrtiutc
you of this line, but may hare expressed his sorrow the South and lo the North, fearlesabf men or ttecptet i
4* below letter written Mr. Buchanan bard Ftllawr
by u f>r u lU liwka
9 copy
23d tilt., transmitting a copy of the : which will forever with for the mischief done br its disturbance. Xo the forthe time not
in 1848, set at rest, party. Etnpha plly man party b; ootwithsUndtoj the knthep
Preamble and Resolutions adopted w. w. McCALL. JOHN T. MYBICK, nil candid and fair minded men, the charge, that practical good baa resulted from the repeal l of the merely the candidate of,the American party-mamon I'ruti and Pearce vr&Jare now *

by the.Whig Convention of Virginia J. J. UNDERWOOD. be avowed n belie in the Squatter Sovereignty MUsonri.Compromised Thus'far it has increased question not embraced in platforms, but Lircrer. What traitor they hare pnw4
doctrine. The charge at best was based upon any svlrc ta bet Yet tluuk Heaven, tIe( hi ct
S lately assembled aiRichmond, by tTbose: who have received.tiio'Repvblitan, strained and unfair inferences, drawn from expressions strengthened numbers of the abolitionists, ready and willing to speak on any question the is not likely to extend beyond their two'nr,

which that intelligent and; patriotic and do not wish to,become subscribers will please used by Mr. Buchauan. but which per and stimulated them redoubled, efforts to crush conviction of hi* mnd! giving! 'Li* position lu the. voice. .

S return the paper. The names of those who do not haps were not altogether BO explicit as* 'd clara-' the South and Ler toatitatMo*.. : world, so that all may kmnr his' principles, for Hr re in the ctjr the FJlmore sad Doiwis Oti*
_$ body recomended, to their Whig return the paper will be entered on our mail book* tiona made ia thw letter. Jio ingenuity can make We bOi our neighbor will -not charge us with arc daily Increasing, and preparations art mtet
bidding all to vote for him who desire sectional
as regular subscribers. doubtful the plain meaning of the emphatic declarations a wiib
brethren throughout the State to fur tb opcoiDjf"the campgs grp-
the restoration
of the Missouri
favoring- Compromiw ''
therein contained. It will be here that President.
seen etcitcuieut is titianingtorii.s1rcadj4
______ ______ S
:5 yield to fmv nomination for the Presidency American Committees for Duval Couaty. his opinions upon this subject, are of the;moat orthodox but'tho'truth must b tv'i. It U worse S S grent. necew may 'pvrcbrKillniont upon ..rbIsad1t

S their active and zealous sup Tbo following named gentlemen compose the character, and prcciselythupe entertained than folly to tell 'the people of 'the South that Signs of the Times mwl, Duw uUun :Ubi ehvste&1k

J I do the Committees of the A merican Party orih tsty.Coun by-Mr. Calhoun and other eminent Southern they bare achieved a second declaration 'of independence Ofthe- one hundred and it ten German papers tcst officer i'>i the gtft of tha paopitt Ttea ia>
port Standing, as as Their Post Office address is Jacksonville: Statesmen. We com mend,thi* letter to the peru which"supported Pierce and King in 183?, one deed will our cunntrr be ute,oar trocbW aLit M,
: b kndwn sal of all those who have bad doubt the bj the repeal of tbe Missouri Compromise -
"candidate another, party; I Corresponding Commithe: any, upon ; n&w alrcad/*Mr.fiUcwra prevail ki* M fcrhi
hundred of them oat for Fremont
tv ""receive this recommendation F. C. BAHRETT, SAMCXL BcrrwcTox, subject:Florida Thcs line. It u not true I If, the institution of andfvur arc S UAtirc hued and fox tta Uaou. JU Jartl

; yet BEKJAMIX.HOFKIXB, EDWARD A. DeCorTES, WASHIXCTOS, Aug. 21, 1848. slarcry is CTcr cstablisned in [Kansas and, Nebraska South, but.bis.whole cuuntrr' will rtttire!ai 'iS--
with gratitude anil,, pride., I led JAMKS A. Gorr. The Ohio Democratic State Committee, at .Co% cia5tcariil'
12th'. ,will it beby the removal of the Missouri _
DEAR Sin: I bare just received of the
that itisi made because the JZctcuiite and I'iySance Cammiltte: your umbus has resolved ta abandon the field far S SS
not so as
principles -
.S WIUIAU D. WARD WILUAM AWOP, mat, in which you submit to, me' the following paragraph line orbythi sword?: Let ,those ,who are now 'IIItb1mAgta.: "

of rthe twor parties are identical URIAH BOWDCX, NATBAX U. VAIGHT, and ask whether,it contains, an accurate fighting the'battlesTof Kansas fcnswer. If alarerybcrcafrerbas.to the Presidency' is codcerued, setting forth that A tote was Uulj tike in UU S''KM..
version of the venation between us, concerning i is chanea for Buchanan ia Ohi t
;* nor with a view of merging Jon L; RIPLET. be established in new;Territories there no tiarjV isd o.tvvubw44a.svertr $
: 'Berks, letter the occasion to
my county on '
them in each other -for'such an. object which you refer: by the sword, what, does all this, Juts about, the The Brownsville! Journal Democratic paper. In were c1pod' to- lie.' Ifcictuuan i$ 7

Maj. Underwood's Appointments "Happening to meet Mr. Buchanan At the President' repeal of the Missouri line,And tbo'ebraakaKan West Tenncute; edited by S..L. Gannaway,' baa
is :expressly disclaimed the -
by J. J.; Underwood, Elector will'address the levee, on Friday even in jr. I 'called his attention hauled! down thf Buchanan flag,changed it* name _
Convention butbecausc the of East and South Florida at the following sas bill amount to' ? Simply nothing!, The whole 910O Proclamatioanrwedi. JIT f J '
principles to this letter, and aVied him if he intended to that of,the.Vindicator and declared for FUluorend
' S which times and places: to be understood as claiming that the population concern.has prorcd to,be a hombug and a failure, f 6si, ucbthd wetIfoJdJ 4lis.i
my nomination represents! Alligator,.........*..&ept.' ......... ........ S I.Xewnansrille S approach more nearly to those maintained ,;..... .u .... .............. 2. right to control the9'u-etioeof Slavery tuck- Tcrrikry. must end inn dissolution.the Union if Fremont The Jertey City Courier, among'the first to raUe wonderful etsratire agency of wyessa
Oainsvillc ........... ". .. 3.Micanopy. Electric Oi\EiRh! and
by the He declared that no 'tuck idea 'had tier the names of Fremont and Day too, cow vive* to
S Wings'of Virginia,S ....... ..... .";..-........" 4. If en maintained by him: that tbe construction put elected. reoetr ?my proposition to deposit $0witha
-, than those of any other candidate j I
k and because as the convention was 1'earcerille............. > -8. of its plain and obfions meaning; that, in that Mr. Fillmore and Fremont the .. 'The end is notyeC Otter papers are. 'cor& anj
: I Tampa,...'. ...... .. ... 10.Mctlonville his opinion, the inhaf>itante a/a Territory, as such, .occupj same tug over inNewJeraey. *U' If J do. bor enre AST COM af rtaa
; -_ ij pleased say, of their confidence in ;..,... ._.. .:...v;.. .-..;'. W.Adatnsville had no political,riyhtt, [although they possessed position: the 'slavery Issue, we ..should recommend There"can be no denying that- Mr. Fillmore U stbmaparalyirs, gout, fryer and

5: 'S ', my, late administration of the : ,....... ..- ....,...........".. 15. all the private rights of American citizens,] that him to drop Buchanan and take up Frenio L gaining strength every day, and Buchanan Ioing deafness, te.-and otler etici I barS
gov- a
Ocala,.......,...i.%. ....i,..; 16. they had NO POWER WHATEVER OVKB tae SUBJECT His prospects for being President are much brighter ground. .The good people everywhere sew now ; '
I eminent."Whatever. .. ... ..'.... .... 18.Middleburg fully treated, in,UiUKewYwrf. city, !
Pilatlta.... .... .... .V. : or SLAVEHT and they could neither interdict or tstaUuh nominee's plainly that tbe raw U between him and Fremont,
be difference ,...-,..... .......'... ... 20. it except when attemfiled in Contention to tbc.Cincinnati besides be is by and feet 'the necessity of placing man in the and other pleeK >
may our
3 landarin,...,..,.... H ....,.s,.. ......;. 21.Jackeonvilie form a State Constitution. He further authorized far the safest man for the South of the two, if. urucibbor's White Ilonse who will tx the President of'the tew York; last year.'I treatedr 'rvUJxnt th* w

on minor subjects, I am sure there i is ,........ ;.;.. .. .......... 2!. and requested merto make any public use of these own words areto, be credited. Mr. whole people and.not apartiftitar fectioo.S 'A f 'which Nassau Courthouse .. ..- .... ........ *
-r one on we agree-and this declarations that I might think proper, to correct Buchanan's Vote on the annexation of Texas S.. loll"
moment is others Johusville, CoLCo... -" ...,_.... ..._.. .... 24. any impression which Mr. Yancey'a construction as a. Worth Talking About.Hon. Fall Street, Tfentoa, tf t'Jersy, me
- -k paramount to. all !I NewRivpr.McKinncy, .... .....'.....'.... 2C of his language io the Ucrk ,letter might have means of diminuhiny, rather than iiiry n/-the nrUhe hdf curol' more than Iett1lfl C'

I allude to the preservation, the White Spring-- ..2. .....;..-. .... .28.Hon. made." dominion of slavery, as he* declares, rocs him, .,J. W. Thomas, "a Democrulie Electoral with Oil,

Union ;of these States, and 'the res-. S W..W. McCALt,Eastern Elector will accompany With tbe addition which-S I have inserted botwecn io bean Abolitionist out and put. Why not come candidate Georgia, declines scrvicg oathe'eec. rail puce-be mi there zsveii4 i sfrigle4
the Maj. ThDawooDandaddreiis the people bracket,'thie statement ,ie SCBSTAKTIALLTAxn out, then, neighbor, and at once support Mr. Fremont torsi ticket, because, aa be;staifli, be will not vote; says dYettiId.k
coring country from sectional I a\a portion of the places above named. ALMOST ttTEaitLT CORRECT according to .Althegrt cures
A *f n i recollections S my if,you.beliere him so sound on the slarery for Buchanan I And at a recto t Fdl more.m. ctlag rbiUdelphU; were made b Dr.Sit'*; *
stnie. lae much S .
; question 13 not EO LET TUB TRUTH BE KNOWN. '5 *. question?, It is true 'he. is the, candidate i of.the in Atlanta, Georgia Col.J. L. Harris prominent Oiionfj. A. E.9thICb,5

how shall the goT rument bo admin- JAMES BUCHANAN. Black Peniocrat mad* a stirring and declared
S Keep it Before the People S S Republican partr, wbo/e Platform declares speech Ncrlheast corner of Wabut aal

isteredi, show shall If bo preserved ; 'By reference to tbe Senate Journal of the adjourned If the above fetter is not a miserable' forgery, that.no more slate' States shall be admitted into for Fillmore and Dbnelaoa I IThea. PS.-i-AlI the beat druggists P'

:::__ -?- -: andon; this great vital question, nat- session of the Legislature, which con Mr. Buchanan, in 1818, did not belong to the present the Union, )but this, it appears, from your own .F. Goode, of Virginia,who was nominated sell mjEJeetrie DtL Coosterfeitera iOt

: ional Whigs, national Democrats; vened at Tallahassee on the 6th November 1855, humbug, squatter-sovereign, foreign-locofoco, showing, is no objection to him'wbateTer.. as si Democratic candidate for elector, refuses to mixtorea

:' and Union loving Americans pages 87 and 109,.it will be seen that Col. Myrick, spoils party of 1850. We copy, .this' letter from ___ SS SS serve,.on the ground that be j Is fur Fillmore and all aort*of worthJeea ..
may the Whig Senator from Jackson County, and now What uamA.n-iitha&1U
the Xeief and word of. it to be is Squatter,Sovereignty fIt
.true.We Dooelson I IIn .
suppose every '
well act in concert. On this basis J: the Fillmore Elector for West Florida introduced S TKa'edttoraof tb .fDenwcratkjAdrowk
a and resolutions ayainit raitina the ask the reader to examine thq above ietter is that new feature in polities which Mr. Xan-, the State of New York, Col. Carroll, of Rens- "
shall, with great pleasure receive Mr. Buchanan introduced ia fleer, Hon. Mr. Wads worth, of Gennessee.-. isum; Me.. Jost write Dr0'Smith thd! (
price tf the landt bclonainy to the Internal 1mprvtenttnt carefully, and then read the following extract; cey says ,1848. ,It '
the votes of all ;who have- confidenceS Fund, and that Col. M..S. Perry, the taken from the letter of Mr. Buchanan accepting claims for the Territorial legislatures the right to line Welsh Democrat, of Buffalo, ,bar and abandoned ex-Senator Buchanan Dcrristdn, old tnere iaj the OilsVll* wefactfoo end

: : jny integrity, and who- ask.no other the Democratic adoption candidate of uJaaiutibnaS for Governor, toted ayaintt' the nomination of the Cincinnati Convention: prohibit slavery, while in a Territorial state, or as declared for Fillmore I and fa *11eV4rt"uf tCcuinfrj. SD1s3o1L111U.Ol

S pledge |han my past service for Kttp it lefore *A .P op&-That D..S. Walked "Tbe recent legislation of Congress respecting Mr. Buchanan forcibjy.expresses it in his.letter of And in the Montgomery, (Alibama*) District,'

.future conduct. This the American candidate for Governor, is, one of domestic slavery, derived, aa it has 1>cen, from the acceptance:- *4! :people, of a Territory, like Dr. E.J. Bacon, bas declined serve the Democracy CopaIflIE4upartnrabip S
ray position the Trustee of the Internal Improvement Fund, original and pure fountain of legitimate political those of a State, shall decide for tbemselrea whether on the Electoral ticket because be cannot hereto*** iit1tS

seems tome; alike honorable to all.. and did vote, with M. D.P py,dffainet raising the power, tbe will of tbe majority, promises ere long shall shall rote for Buchanan| I tbeiuctibsUflder the U'J
ftUYcry or not exist within their _
No principle is sacrificed No deception price of those lendKeepU *:/ to allay the dangerous excitement, Thi,legislation Jimit } 1 4LedwIILk C- this day .
is founded *.* S 0g: pt ReiuMtcait.. 5 Ssl
before the People-That Col. Perry,by upon principle* as ancient a* free S 5- S tualconsent. .5 -5 5.
,, is practiced ; and I trust that Aw vote againet the adoption of,Co).Myrick'resolutions government itself; and, 'accordance with them, To irireour readers some !idea of the oppbaitibn I Xoreto: Roam, and ''Dream fSaian.S S

n<) one, casting his. vote for ine on shows that be jiM favor,of raising the iaa aimnly declared that the people of a'Territory; to, Suuatter Sorerelgnty jiuioogst Democrats, wervpublish ,.,nab, Jfy Dear IVatire Uom'. : nalEllis; and wCT be owtmaed bkecount. / bM
price those lands, the object of which would be LIXETEOSEofa'$TATJS iKtU dM ffor them- following: .. Therefore peruflS OV1
this igrpund, will ever have cause to to prevent the poor mdh of out Statc.from pnrthaaing selves whether slavery th&U or' hoMot fxutt' wiM* ,S It I.e.Incompatible With< the Constituion.f! S S ; 5- 5 5 SS accounts with this firm niI call and'ewedately

; regret it., lands.' S ath.gir4its." 5 [Nashville Union and Amencan. ,1 love,to roam at early morn, : 'SAUtELELL -

S .IVith Keep it lefore the Prtpk-That D. 8. Walker It Will beacen that Mr. Bucnanan'ia hi*Utter' ot A doctrine "ofalL others "tho "rnost.odJoat, With passions all subdued, .S wlr.LLUI LEDJ1klIS
.man v thanks for- tha .flatterS and M. D. the Soueh'i.-Nasbvilld1jnfon S S :
P py, members of the Board of Trus odious' aod American. j-2
ing:Jmannerjn which yoa have beenpleased tee,'voted against raising the price of those lands, acceptance avows the doctrine Squatter S "The moat .monstrous doctrine erer adraaocd And dreain'ofjoya forever ge .

a-: to and by their: rotes prove themselves to be/riendrlo Sovereignty,and what is the use for the 2fekg, 6r by jan American"StaetesmsnJebn[ a Calboanm *Mid some wild solilode',' S > Notice.f .

,communicate the result of the poor settler* in our State. anvbodv.hat&d.nvtt Worse tbaa Wlmotl roTisdism. {John C'Cal- To call to/inina: life'-early! fpriog ; I tS. \

the'Cphvention: have the honor io S p The troth is the Buchanan driven noun S all ''
S -- S party are .to S When seemed dad w i th-flower*-. S

be, S., Your friend and fellow-citizen, APPOINMEIfTS.Col. desperation,'and we shoulda't, .much surprised practice As l indefensible..as s Wilmot in principle; Prorioism.Vuembcratic'and dangerous in While wafted pa sweet 'Swing, v : S. .

S 5 MILLAIiD FILLMORE. W.V. McCtt, the' American Elector for tote; before the election ,is ,over, aaothcr letter, state Conrentian' uf.4'4I&bi&iniVirginia in Back to childhood hours. v-o ..jI 1 PUB Gulf Stockholder CotrlBU*rf Read tb\3ZZtf&\rs !Vtbtvik

S.. the East, will address the peopla of both parties at, dated I860, denying that Buchanan vcr wrote a IM8. 5 5 ** seventh instalment of flv*pffeefc DM.t

Paddy attending a Broad brim" the following places i 1 T letter of acceptance 1 Who would be-when a party ''Wninerer support any'cindidaU for the Presi- love to roam o'er spots held dear- StoCk ofsi, M ............ ., .... dency or Vice Presidency who maintains itsame. -Now distant -: Capital
*, introduces a letter dated 1818'to' 'Buchanan's fir from"me : lobe or before, tl first ayjBC
foLthe -
first Vas
COfluIexitionk time prove .- paid ,99
4 Alexandria / .. ;....'.. ..,. S 2 [ S And '
I 'S'- much aston shcd-iirid puzzled withal Alligator,........v... ."...Sept'r, 1 opposition to the doctrine of Squatter Sovereignty -' lAmong the fair-tut tilse ndiatal theories of S S dreamaof.every fallbg tear .' 'r/ n r :. 4 p Lrcf tbBoirlCSeoVi

at tire '"MI ocan opy,. S 5 ."- .5 ,... 5 la 1856? f the..day, none .attracta a4 much homage aa the .She4inpiioeinfncy. ; _
S S manner of worship.' Having AtOcala I ;.,.. "MlrMiMIJ: !! 18f -* Thls iet r tnusVbe a-forgery- nelgbbory and 4rca. !Squatter SoTereigoty wurtexaqC- There are none s4 To.cUwp; : on ojBorB with beobr$1. vtkr S TreasurerA- ab.i< zj' tt

b14that.the "brcathren spake Free discussion invited." '' .- S. (fit be genuine, it only) prove* thaBuohanan.ha* lo with radiant deceitful with ueretncJoos cbannaTpone so ready S 'TbW,forms I In youth I pressed ., "-' Anr.t7/13i -*

-S I ': en aShley 'were moved Jiy'the- -Snirertr SP.$ ,. :, S changed hU opinionsince 18st6 keep pact witb! the* Ticummtb promitei-shame and.reproacb none M auwld,TTe corer'MT.erolgnty .:: ',Wnfc'n death alond )b ta4 power toVperC' cvnr : >%< ?t Ai"gty Advytrirggg|

$ with ., Maj. Underwood'3 Apnointmenti. the party'wbich has nomloaie4'hlmf t : :' ) ofpeupie ''ia-i noble pInc1pleadct; '. -
p sbi4d' : ShoUNa
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5- irindsustfo notice of. he madein. ,cneadttrReadltTT- > eommind homage.: "SquattergntyMa
teTr.'Ijahj&n was gvn us change, i. / an Impotuecounerf.iI : 'L4iW

a- tilloiio youpg Qua the! appointments of(his gentleman,and we should .5 .., *B.orfyldol'wn>ugbt br men**bandstand; copy.- "-' To memory ever'dear, "' ;

#--;H kercan4commencedsolemnly : hafd continued publishthem as they originaHy We ask lb*iHeodi, and I6e enemies tooj'bf Mn- t*Ricked, off,tbe ; pedatal wh rt it ait* itf mock' S Where,wheaiVy,I Dfi nave been _
In the'ejniiltcant bad not ottiattenUob majesty and court the admiration ofiboU nd -- ::5 __ _;.
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appeared ;
; b B athenIbye married' lard Fillrapre to read tbo tateresliag Utter bl'Qeol demagegncs"odfrj, T n a Jhn a'maay a by-gone year, 5

ri : : biefl"54Iid to tKe' change by ifMayi'ori writing juf BAM ciTOjr Qf.Texas, b-farbr, of Mlliard 'yk .: ; c .. ;--i-.s; : .... 4S S 1 $ S 5, ladebted ta3KSSTOJEj -
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bu4 $n&f(1? $& What ladror jfefrBemsn 4nii4 a "
17? LUII the coarse of*disagreeable breatVwMn bj ese ffltl 'p .. h % ..ULkUD :
'1crt O't the $ cb prtce the >'BALM OF A THOUSAND'FLOWEIIS' I GERMAN'BITERS.
uii1 toll t(be Ut1 rites. P&rteeodO as*dentifrice "would not only, derJteet 'fa .

be 1tC t the ae1eCZ4fl1Seed bat Ieuethe.tee1b white as alabkterA3Iszty w
Joint LARLte persona do not know their breath'is bad, and the (lUTHOSJZED BrT.ATs'bY-JAxA.Ti" 4 pkdI swhl 1. 1 lf- 1 ... -.:- .. .
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subject is so delicat tbetr friendtv will merer men JACOTiLLEYLORIDA : : .
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1- - AUGUSTA,. H.1.500 tattLCapt. Tios. Lzit, IFLORIDAk WILT ErFI 1 cuRz : .: .c
ZT'jpKaL your toothbrush, and <** & tb. Jteeth night and (WM.S.VALABAMA1
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r1z&S1O, morning. A fifty cenj boterIil last* year. > Just: Received. loc.iptG.L, ; Scwc* ) .II .0
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by lie .su qBAIIIICAIIYLeEIIY OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS." It will remove Bacon Sides,Citron,Worcestershire Sauce,LemooCrackers. snips are among tbe largest
(iiarI.I TAN, PJMPLES. and FRECKLES from the skin,, ) jpublic, on" .Ao.d- &-. :- : aanrpas884
leaving it of a soft end fane. Wet towel idar/SeptemberH2th 185GQNTEAV.ANA ?* : ; .- 8RRET.11rTp.ER. their Mgeew0) to 60 hours,and areoonuaandby.akMil
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pour on two or .three drop s, and WaSh tho. face PLoiN.Siil
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CLASS 18.. morning. .- .- I.. : JSOOKS desinble coureyaaw to If ew;To] :a! "

In CabinP.ass* &,?4tv&b u*,.. -.s" ... $2&S. eJQodIOIb.Iisd.tcldkvof*, $ iescbNs.ssa ,
U the City of Atlanta. Georgia, SHAVING MADE EASY- t' jSffAI. IIIA&ILS. & At Northernice.> Steerage P&ugc,. ..'. ,. .....- i -

)bt :Qn TbursdIy. August 28th, 1856, WET your shaving-brush in either warm 'or Earnest ilnwood Mrs, Caiollae -. F.tIJELPORD,.FAY & CU, temacb E1sk1oo VlaUsduLst >
!! ..- .* by .LcsT a ta.tOiLbSStnO -
0thIUaY&:1F1&n SLIJirEL cold water' pour on two or three drops of 'BALM '" v 4Agenth In Sd&nni. Swin1ngofzhele.q *u + -
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SWAN & CO. Managers.U. OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS' rub tbe beard payalk infvtt MITCHILL.
V 1,00 Cliokial 0, atoeada.gs.ssaifonwan-I. a
PRIZES !! 3 well and it will make a beautiful soft lather, much jut, 9.ISS4 llBroadTrsyy J Hertbs, the new book ctMrs.Bremer, 1,00 lure,lHiuBa of f Woo,Dot*or Weba Ire UM Mffei.F -
(3ooO odd Somber and one facilitating (be operation of shaving Price only .. PUIZESAMOUNTING TO :Sawn, the Fisherman a DAughter, 8 TOlL 1,50 v r anrf dull Piio la tlie ties*,D fici.a 9 8 in baring one draw 55. Fifty Cents.. For sale in.Jacksonville, bv .The Letters author of .- 1 ida DirectThrough raaonr tiowa*>*Qt rttSkla and Cjr araia Ir tie -
7cL Tangletown bythe
: ? umbeT Ticket mast : C.DREZ tide, btc ,eht tllaxb*, fc .,Sa IX rCLL "TO0" zxrcio.- At the Book Store. Will be distributed according to the following *Bnbbleton Parish, 1,25 in V25 to 90 hours to ibeTleib, eenatsatmajaiap etertj.awLgrt5tdpnsatCaOCsphUs
,.LTJJLI Har the author of Zaidce 88 ,
t Maltland.
:; July 21 MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. tr by Palatkal'THfi :
Prizes amounting to 1 Prize of......... .fSO.OOOis .,.,$50,000 Conquest ol Florida, by Tbeadore Irving, 1,25 1 b< proprtctoc la catiinf tae attntloa 6UJ*pzblie tatoU
1 do .. .... ......25,0O0is..2S,0O0 The Song of Hiawatha, iouThe .: FAVORITE STEAMERCAROLINA prerarsuoM,4oe*o WiU>fnUnf Sf 1M atnwst eov '... -.
Sundries. of I]lawatha far H. B.Schoolcroft 1.25 fid>uc )t: |fla viiWe*a 4 sdtptaUoa toths diseases tea
Myth ,
according to the following: 1 do ....,T.-15,000 ,..{......15,000 ', wblebUtarecotameatleif. ./
be tflbUtd 1 do -...........,l0,000is..1OO00 Widow Bedot Papers, 1,25 U i Ii M
11 Red Harking Chalk, Helalic Eyelets for fastening new una ontnta *atUcJ,but ose tbat**stood:
Scljnncr !I document Silk Taste for t do ...._........0,0001s..*........6,000 Sparrowcraa* Papers, w 1,0 t the test ala ten yean1 trial beiort MM Am rteaa'p eatc. C
fflagntfiKnt ) Drawing Paper; and Brass on Pins spools Red Office papers Tape; 1 SJo ,...;....*.. ..5,0001*...........5,000 Alone-The Hidden Path; each, ;125Cumming's atut lu t (MUUoa atA. isle Ii umivaH 4 fey aav-Mwarpnrparab .-
; ; 1 do ...-.........8,000 ....,,..,.. Hunters' Life among Elephants **azuat. Tta tmimciif ta It*tew*fFra by .
is.50,000 1nscS&affi'enis.nd Blank Music Pipe The { the .
IMI aatf wen KUjfUtiaaJ .
..moOO ; and other Wild Anima! Sonth Africa pronbMM fcaown a 4 1 ,
1 prize ** I0.0 Rudiment of Drawing on setts ofcsrda,1br the 8 go. ,....;...... ......*....$. with colored illnstrations,* 1,50 lvlliwl l* ait .DimorU) enuan,1..is.itsseaa4 *
1prigeof 0 Tissue Buff Blotting 10 "do 500 are...... ...5/X>J circfol perusal or thu Ahnaae..p Ufciit4taaMll tr .
ifOO( s. young; Paper Envelope Paper
1 TZe. 5- .5000, w.5,000l Paper, white and; red. Jn large and;small 80 do ..............400 are.........S2,000 Victoria or tho W6rld. Overcome. by1.Caroline .- L. M. COXETTERC znmander. Lbs Ar.aueataot feat \0tf>. the asic 4, -

I ; !/ I..S.WOU.S.OOO sheets; Copying Ink, and Oil Paper; File-boards 100 do ..-.. ..... .....2Wre ...20.000 Cbeesebro', 1,25 WILL resume SoatbWnarf her regular{rips for the season'! this obudsed.rcmed Is reaUy deaerTth r tf epiftj t baa e .- .
I ral .I.d''*' is. ,OOO of pasteboard, for filing away papers ; Invoice BOOKS rdncipai Office and Maaotactorr Kd. g11b-t. I
the 25th inst at half odockcP. M. and
1 Fri3eor _1oo is.1,000 Books and Letter-holders. Letter and Cin ize. 4 Pris of400) App.to 990.000 prize are $1,600 ; pt.it fcvq tb1hd.lpILi'a.. '-. .
1 FTt i.2-o: are.2.000Frizes. For sale! by C. DREW. 4 U ZoO 25.000 prize are 1,200 Balloon Travels of Bobett Merry and his erenr TUESDAY the same time she will leave -. ..:_.., I. 't -.. -. S

1 pte ...... ...... Ocean St. niar Bay. 4 250 i&000prizeare 1,000 ,Young Friends, by Peter Parley 1,00Adrentnre for Jacksonville, PicotaU and Palatka, and the FLOAIDA' TTUIQY. .
4 1710.000 prize are 700 Gilbert Ou-ahead, by Purtey. 1,00 other landings oa tbe St.Johns BiVerf :- .. ., .
AFFo7natio Graham's Magazine 4, 4' -V150 e.ooo prize are 60i The Wonders.Science, or the Early Ufa STAGES connect; at the :places! nimed, with E. U.Gwfna ar >- "Some Umo iiace rtec bouibt at's -- .
4 "" 125' ". 5.000prxeare 0iL Alligator, MadUon, and other interior Urwn ot 3i,, hcreaceor.t.urLuainiJo av -, '
Prze ere.sb44yizesII Young Humphrey Dafy by Henry May
$2ooApgto #40.000 '4 East and Middle Florida St. oud. log been troubled with i{ ran( aMal ortftt Liver,trr ic ..
K.f: 10.000 Prize are..400 FOB AUGUST-FOB SALE BY C. DBEW. 4 100 8.KK( prize are 400 hew, s ,. J.AO Aoguitioe Tsoipaou libPil and vtlUr -
iwA.gto t. oBfbt a tnra fron .
( .Ap'gt 10.0X0) Prize are..COO THE Augnst Number of Graham is unusually *4. .t": -80 M. ],000prite are 30 Cottage ArcWtecto re,'fully illustrated, 2,00 the Gulf,of Mexico. will I tried un D.u. f nd| toon Cow*them a Jtrfit 4' t., '
4J'I1u' $" .O.OPrzeae..24Q4Ftrt'f aud various in content Several of the 4' 70 1,000 prize are 280 Irving's Llfoif'ashington, it, Sheep, lienton's Upturning the CABOLINA lesve Palitka! Jm.tspr.eaLuatOsscf l aotti**t om MalMfouad jt'. 4a.nMefth.nad,5511 I
4FrieS' after 4 sO 1,001) prize are 2oO Years and oth.er at o'clock A. M,Thursday morn in y, Picolata% % '
OAp'gt ) 2,000 Prize are..200 leading articles being illustrated the manner Thirty Preacott'sPbillip IJ. many t
11 o'clock, and Jacksonville Triday at 8 o'clock eIwbeti is 'ioui -
40 40 500'prizaare J,600 valuable Standard W rki fur sale. vsia.j thettIeeom.bisLjowcUi1 iS -
Prize .160l of Ifarprf. '
(1 40 A'g to 1,000 are. A. Charleston that Cu,I flwl ae ol CiUcr
MN my ratirtiy exltai
4 Filers p'g ti) KiO Prize lire..loo THE NEW VOLUME OF HARPER commencing 220 SO 400 prize are k,600 C. DREW.S reaching eight, cnectfg lnqnIttiroribeiaeensant. tt.aa4 UtH *
2 the York -
with New
4 Prcsof !o&p'gt UGPrieape.'HIanuuDting with June, offers a suitable time subscribers 400 20 200 prize are 8OvX Ocean Street,' Bear Bar. steamers and both.waya.Fur other ei i..tutfe you enrt n eatnfitf abouUUiertfbnkeDltMi Imnedlaierr."-
4Pr' ta begin the work. Those wishing the June Number July &, 1856. _____- _____-____ engagements- particulars ArnNlsnt1'4n EFFECT OPTHBGEILWAJr BITTiriCATE *
? and those following, can be' supplied fir any 1.000 Prizes amounting to. ......... ....|200.00>) apply to W. M.LAWTON t CO., "a lRs.: Of OR.f..8MITII... -
.. the subscriber in advance Southern Quarterly Review. Agent, Southern Wharf* PINE HILL, UtCMUONDCO'1% *
amounting to.$*04.<>ooet period by payment. JOHN BBOWABD. ..
U1SFri2e1 50. according to'the usual terms, $3 per anunm. V/hole! Tickets 010 f Halves $5 ; Quarters U't of the Series of Southern AgenVuly9. N.C.MARClMl8i4. *
bue! $10, halves 55. Quarters$2 THE No. new the | 58 Jack sou vifl FI* in.C. SI. Jiciuon, Fbila..D Sir; 1 luvs hits a *
plan of the Lottery sAoniber Julys*, C. DBEW. $SO, .rterly, under its new change of Proprietorship subnet or P-spepiis, la lit worn form,far Ui,lui flv

from 1 toSO.ono, corresponding -.p for dclircry to subscribers, at $5 per an For Enterprise 7tf$. 3acb WM lay eonduion tor twelve montba(bat -
g1SUn the Tickets printed.on ep- $50 REWARD. num. C. DBEW. phytieiab'aad all whar saw'me MJJ anutdlt. '
viikthe ( are encircled with small tin from the subscriber in Ocala, Fl. PLAN OP THE LOTTERY, july1856. Zm and intermediate While IB this condition 1 was earrM to tfi* wattvtac ;
rt IP ( p3pcr. RUNAWAY The Numbers from 1 to0.0)0, correnponding ( place in Virginia, Tenoe > e and Z'O.tIZ CaroHas.t iwn '
tub6,I4 placed in one wheeL 1855, ray boy GEORGE. The Landings on tho nut beutfiUwi by aav water to.Whicto 1 wattakto.. '
Tbe fM 11 Prizes. similarly printed and en- said George is about 20 years old and 5 feet 7 or 8 with the Numbers on the Ticket printed on separate r. c. BAuarrr. v. ALC.XAXOEB. While on tnj way Jwnw stopped a week AaUierfbrtf- ,
jji &r ..laced iu another wheel. The wheel* inches high, rather naick spoken, complexion not slips of paper, are encircled with small tin BARRETT & ALEXANDER ;rlg. John's River. ton,ii mall TfniKe in North Carolina,to try UM tfTact or
ite reeved. and a number w drawn tmmSirbedufSamtxrs. very dark. Front tetth much decayed and probably tubes, and placed in one wheel. The Steamer DARLrWTON Captaia JAMES ,rnina'haybe5lewutertuthatptaee.JbugtthJastoI! .5*
and at the Mme time a out. He is rather incliued to be bowleg edbe The first 200 Prize, similarly printed and encircled Wholesale and Retail Dealers in BKOCS, wilU leave Jacksonville, every Saturday the week I went mta a drat ttoratoftt aoaw iMkiae -

drawn from the other wbeel. The NumLrnd wore his hair long, sometimes platted. I will are placed in another wheel. .The wheels are Groceries Provisions Nails Oils To morning at 8 o'clock, arriving at Palatka same day, fot my ebild and mytclf.the TbcrewervMrcrarof .
liciJB la
lire pfiy Knftt and oae at Oem seemed .
then revolved arid number is- drawn from the ,
Prse drawn out are opened and exhibited nay the above .reward fur his delivery me at Leaving- Palatka., 5 o'clock-- Monday raorninr, in ; %"
fcAemdiencc. and registered by the CotutnisLn. Middlcbnrg, Florida, or placed in any jail so I can wheel Numbers, and at the same time a Prize is bacco,-Segars, L2quors,,&c. &c. connection with the steamers Carolina and Wefaka, quttUonf akesooeJWmInmycaseaedaIUrukjeg.o.,saW te bad been a dypepUta f great*, .j"; .'

!; the Prize bring placed ugainst the number get him. JAMES 1L HILL. drawn from the other wheel. The number and At the corner Store in A. M. BCCD'S Ex.-Building. will reach Lake,Monroe same day. Returning, IybeueOttedbytheOseQP'DIHoOJIaa4'pQzia.- .. .-
JJ ? operation u repeated until all the July 3. 1S56. Ct Prize drawn out are opened and exhibited to the Prices Lou-Term* Oath.jnly will leave Enterprise at 5 o'clock Tuesday morning; let.''prepared by you,and b Indited that t would U7 '
&rt drawn out.Approximation. audience,and registered by the Commissioners, the and Palatka at 8 o'cl9ck Wednesday Burning,and the Biiter*. fie,alo,carted the atxt day at say roound 1'r' ,,
pud art 9, 30, irrtutr d ao moth thai t w old tkem .
Prize being placed against the number drawn. : arrive at Jacksonville same day.A try CM t ackedimmtaictmeonvbotUtf. 4-
Frizes Notice to whom it may Concern. This operation is repeated until all the Prize are M. REED .- H*did It, and I eoameae**
Ag't at Jacksonville
Tie tro preceding and the two Miceeeding N umfcn J OTICE is hereby given, that sixty days after .drawn out. Apothecary Hall July 9, '38 R. R. REID,,Ag't at L'aIstka.SINGER'S Uk by it inc ibaorllUie It aa il irec water led,and or medicine I da ray I I war kadevtrtalso.aiore keaeflmd.: 4.4i'-1. ,
Prizes will be
tlww drt wing the first 117 i. 1 I will the Hou. B.
to date. to
apply Hopkins, APPROXIMATION PRIZES. After teaching borne,on*of my Beifbbor*coma to ma '
ertatd to the C3 Approximation Pprizes, acc rd- Judge of Probate fur uuval Conner, fur letters testamentary AND SEWING MACHINES, ff1.3 prcietlptin ant seiUCi1LS (1*. dysepi.Jss4 I -
thC SCbVWC. of the nuncupative Will of Francis S.Shadd The two preceding and the two succeeding Numbers TEA DEPOSITORY ALL persons who desire to tobta's' full and re, glehInnParlyatItheBicterithi4kftwoicafls4 '. .
%110*) Prizes of 3 are determined by the late of said Couuty deceased. to those drawing the first 20> Prizes will be : information respecting SINGER'S, muehno4lnhtses'a. He basoften csl.4oaaiaPjr ..
MLJtfUbieb draff* the *40WO Prize-if that S. S. SHADD. entitled'to the 600 Approximation Prizes,according Removed to the New Store in Holmes SEWING/. MACHINE-their price, capabilities, more of the same kind of ncdielae,Mylag ha was morebeacflned -

Mber,W be an odd number, then every odd Jacksonville, Fla., July 23, 1856. to the Scheme. Building, opposite Dr. Baldwin's advantages, sizes, improvements method of work not beta*Wd by it 10 than any otlxr.be Woe.or kaditatta him since I bar* .
iu the Scheme will be eu titled to Bemembcr that Priza is drawn and geLany or mytelt twill
Mmbrr ticket |3 every ing.-means of procuring them, and all other particulars therefore me deieo
Office Jacksonville. )ou, ,pleas ship a of more u
f if an even number, then every even number Notice.TtTOTICE payable in full without deduction. -can do sfl bv app!ring at our office buns* poitIe.
tdtt ril be entitled to $8. in addition to any All Prizes of $l.000 and under, paid immed'utely 'jjlIERE is kept constantly on band a large No. 333 BROADWAY, JTEW-YORK, leapectfuly! .your.,,, W.SMITI12M.D.' .
tfUr Pris which um be diawp. is herebs prcn that application will after the drawing- tbcr Prizes at the usual V V and well selected a**>rtment of BT LETTKB OS ur PXESOX roe Theic Bitter are tsTttstV vtatTAbLi sad ire*(tow
PBitlwKT iu buying an equal quantity of odd 1 ll be made to the ensuing Legislature of the time of SO days.JJT'The Drugs and ClicuilraU, I. ?I. Singer & Co's Gazette. all in furl out inf di
a4 mi aunibcT ticket* will be certain af drwkg State of Florida, to amend the Charter of Incorporation drawn numbers trill be forwarded to Always received by the latest arrival, warranted This paper n< devoted entirely to the Sewing wore kreper- Flon Ja sad clnwher! : .

B rlr one-half the cot of the same, with of the Town Jacksonville, Duval Coun- purchasers immediate! after the drawing.S. fresh and genuine. Also, Machine interest. Copies will bo supplied gratis TM MIL1AN,. ;

dance* *f obtaining; other Prizes i r. in said State of Florida.F. SWAN A CO., Atlanta, 0*. Perfumery, Combs, Brushes, Soaps, to all interested.N. July 9vly: Jacksonville .

IS iW t'icLfU ending with 0. 2. 4, 6, 6, are I. WHEATON, SAM'L SWAN, Agent and Manager, Lamps, Burning Fluid, Ac., B.-Tbe unparalleled success of oar Sewing : ; .*., .
cm-ill those endii'ff with 1, S. Z,7,; tre odd. Inttndard.Bv Montgomery, Ala. which will be sold !low for cash. Machines has Induced several fraudulent imitatiotS '- "MAN .i 4-
that Prize is Jrawnaud order of tbe Town Council of Jacksonville. at "APOTHECARY HALL KNOW THYSELF .
:r KenJctuWr. eveij Agency Count orders solicited and punctually attended of them, numemus infringement of our
pinbe! M full without deduction.tT July 18tb, 1858. Jacksonville, P1* to. Physicians' prescriptions put with care patents-of which we own sixteen. Suit for the An Itvalvalb Soot for 25 wss.'iwp aitji
111 prize 4if )lw,0 and under, paid im- N. B. Letters containing money will be strictly aud despatch. -- up infringement ofour, patents have recently been eoZhasepy" eo .

iMCutel/after the drawing- other Prize* at the Notice. attended to and confidentiaL TEAS. decided in our fivor in the U, S,Circuit Court* in 100,000 Copies Sold in"less than a Y *r. e-
t1ItwbebfO dtVb.ileoumuaicjiiuus. July 16 1856. A New Edition R vU l aad -
for the New York Pekin Tea New-York and New Jersey. In these suits the l piovtoV tv? *.L4t
ttrictly confidential. The ,1 'lIE Advertiser would respectfully announce Agent .Company. great principle of holding 'dow'n j&o/ubric to be Jot Issued.;, r- it4 .
Teas of direct importation and of 34 varieties -
fan rnrnher. will be forwarded to purchaser* I to his customers and the public generally, SHOLT sewed to the surface of tbe machine, by a yielding r -t- C
1 in all,
from to H warranted and
iimeait1v after the drawing. that be continues to supply the various Magazines a % > n package, presSure, which i is used in all SewingMachines -

.UErn arden tot Ticket, or Certificates of named bvlow, at the pr.ccs annexed per annum, TerreMial Globes,-Manufactured at extremely low Dealers priced.J5f order- has been fully established. The, Wheeler & Wilson !- : rx 51A.2'CIL XUAL DR&x)
?$ale*(t Ticltle. either to viz: bv Josiah Loring. IldStIn--934 Inch. Country supplied, by and the Grover & Baker Sewing Machines, z r\ ,JIoo yoti Avrr.z.

AM'k SWAN & CO, Atlanta, Ga. Harper's Magazine,....................$2 25 ENGLISH BIBLES.-2 very beautiful Family lug GABDEN accompanied& FLOWER with SEEDS Cash. PLANTS Ac. as we allege, each infringe three distinct patent : -- a* m .
(* S. SWAN, M ntp merr. Ala.c Putnam'* Magazine,.. ..........., 2 23Knickerbocker Bibles-large octavo size-suitable for table Bibles owned by u*. We have suits against them in several -- .Lne otbe. ongia, -pro4 -- K

IIIOMAS MCMILLAN ARcmt.acg ,..................... ... 2 00 and vet convenient for use. London edition D-tf alsoalwayskeptouhand.July T. MCMILLAN. of the U. S. Courts,' which will soon be tried. A&4Z1 \4 gre..,treatnit niiri p'I

9STBSCUIITlbx Jacksonville Fla. Household! Words,...._ ......... 2 00 Wm. Collins, Paternoster Row-containing maps We hereby caution the public not to ony any infringing ot T furm.o.disg. s-

11 BUckwood.................... .. 3 25 and full collateral reading between the column Machines, as they can be compelled by //l_ HJNVconjracled byprornjju i
PRICK REDUCED. Cdley'sLltdies'llook, ..... 2 25 Turkey Morocco binding, one plain olive color, Laborers Wanted. law to stop using them,.cud to pay cost and dam ons sexual intercourse, by self-abu or by sexual .

We Vav determined in>to*l of inauinj; a cam- Graham'* Magazine,.......... 2 25 the other purple, richly gilt. ages. execs, with advice for their prevention,written in -

$iu i i rUi teduce the t-ubxription price of the Horticulturist, colored plate,............ 3 50 QUARTO BIBLES, (with pate-0ne) fine 4to PHTE will pay seventy-five ((75)) cents per-dajr gf* Local asrcnts wanted to make sales of our a familiar style, Avoiding medical technicalities, ; .
kuTMJCix to Twti DolLtrn, i*, adca*<*. Dy this Horticulturist, plain edition,....... ... I 63 Bible, American edition,beautiful letter and paper, a V and board, or one dollar per day- without improved sewing machines. To persons pioperly and every; thing that would. oJdndJthacarQf'dcr
KSUW.we Lope to imrea$e 41Ur circuUtion and to I.ittehl'aLiviiig Age................ 5 00 with numerous fine plates, and illuminated title board, for laborer, to work on the FLORIDA and qualified fyr the business, a rare opportunity for cency; with an outline of complalata ioddeoi to -
fret lite KeifBUCxx iu the band of a great many Frank Leslie's Gazette of Fa&hiouy,...... 2 23 Bound in Turkey Morocco, red. GULF CENTRAL BAILROAD. Payment be profitable and pleaaant employment i* offered. Females, from the Te ult of omer *Wetttyyft'successfiil.racticeeicIusheIjdeyobe4 -
tk)lure ueTer3et subscribed. Now is the time Ballou's Pictorial. JEpiscopa I.Prayer ookft. made at the
four friend at distance (a* well a* ut home) Indies' Repository, Cincinnati, Catholic Prayer Hooks. commence on the first day of March next. terms fur old machines clever, kind. of dueases of a delicate orrpqvate oatof*. .

2Ztre u* ii lift.; Judging from the ** sign* of the Peterson'*Magazine,.... .... .. .... 163 COPYING PR ESS.-ODe perfectly new and A. J. MILLER A CO. 'I.M.SlNGCtl&CO.. To which la receipt*/or,ifee. ureofI4

i;***,* the present canvass is to be one of DO or- National Magazine,..................... i f,3 rood Letter Press. Office.Jacksonville, E. Fla. feb7-tf Principal Office, Broadway, N. Y. jobove disease, and a treatia 90 the< uej1ap. .

Asar inunt, nnd we %vaut the UcrCBUCAX to Arthur'* Home Magazine.......... ...... 1 C3He MRS. WIRTS FLORA'S DICTIONARY.One .- July) 'J. '56Transparent toms and cure of the 'everazi4 Agve. '
,;u4 ,ervice in the cause. i is prepared aloo to fill orders for standard Mrs. Wirt'a Flora' Dictionary fine -BROUGHT TO JAIL Testimony tPeun. f TA Jroae.rV if i .*

and miscellaneous books and the current literature copy 10th inst Man about 25 26 r Window Shades, and UUigt, .
present for a ladv. In quarto form, blue and gilt N the a ero or "
of the day, whether from the trade or persons binding,-with colored plates. O years of age, and about five feet 6 or 7 inches Faper-Haugings Upholstering and CAt llAKiui, -The;v ,
Aaron W. DaCosta in other walla of industry. Having had the majority of those.wboadertisocqxp |k r
an experience LARGE PRESENT BOOKS.-Two beautiful high, says be i is owned by William S. harris, of Warehouse
Bedding diseases of which it
of fifteen in the Book Trade be believes treafs-tiagridng&f OM o|
years Florida and his i is July.
Present Books rich Duval name
Iitpector and Measurer or Lumber. that lie can give entire satisfaction to all par- choice large octavo content binding- and The owner County or ,owners are requested say to come forward Wholesale 1 and Bet 179 King and the best Colleges in the United States. 'It albrdi '

Ijlvlg G. tni* i malpractice
numbers as ssfiu
ESI'FCTFI'LI.Y fwiFcitrt the pttronajre of his Specimen of the Magazines sent on receipt in the Stationery line, for. sale by hunaway, or he will, be dclt with according to and s.ucc
experieacod praetitioner whose
It of six pest-office stamps for the $3 00. or Charleston, S. C.abott honor an4
lb lo C. DREW law.
fricbd Orders left at the
Buffingtou use -
sample of the $5 to) $6 Ot works will be intjrrjy| they'may place thjreat t. cousien,..
!& or sent. Ocean street A. B. HOGANTH The su3serbft H reeeicifa li4 8JAOr7MfltOPIA1
tavH with pnrnaj.t atte tion. ting 13TOTWE. jy 16 near Bay. : -' .* Jos.
Letters of iuquiry'znust cot tain a stamp fur the return Jailor D. C. Good: 50.WO roll PAPER JlAA'0)A'0f> ioiosuMJh, '

postage Books sent, post paid, on receipt ofpublixber'f Administrator's Notice.FOUR Jacksonville, E. Fla., June 17,1856.MB. .- 1,000 pairtofV1NDO\ W UADES; 100 2fatw from! A. IrooJJ, :
advertised price*. vf terry deteriptum. Alto PiUouu, BvUter. Lace //y,ThOadtlpMA gives'me jpleasur*to addmj; .

NOTICE i*hereby girrn that the enparnershp Addres. WILLIAM PATTON. week after date, I shall apply to the G. C. GIBBS, is my authorized Agent, and Juiulin Curiain r J>amattst &ttin d* Laiiut, testimony to the proestoo( 'l*aouitvof iheJattbarof
entered info by Theodore Uartridge and Bookseller. Hoboken, N. Jersey.N. B. Hopkins, Judge of the Court of Probate whom persons having business with mo Uurnicet, Bllndi, fire tScretns, I'ermtian lindt, the' Medical 3IanaT;!- Kameroo* cwesTf
%>tj Twn.uus, titter the name and style ot liarde&Ticiauus B. Publishers of ewfpapers giving the above for Duval County, for an order to sell the will please apply. ttc. AUJcindt of Aoiit.riaq-as4M. buiiut afvtualatUnded Disease of the GenitiL Oran, someof them.o<
u this day dissolved bv mutual cdvertUment (with this notice) a few insertions Slaves and so much 'f the Real Estate of John JOHN S. SAMMIS. to iA all it*lraclt longstanding,, bay come7 anflerpaf* o
and .Rending a marked copy to advertiser, will be Lewis, late of said County, deceased, as will pay July ,1856.- -- t3f Cd hj>aid.for Florida J/OM.. which his skill has been mrnlfrn in n niian In .
The liow ufthe firm at Jackaan ville, will be entitled to one of the periodicals in the above list the just and lawful debt of said estate. H. W. & CO. perfect health In some cases where tt piiflnt>M. :
* V.tn a Li*own accou at. V J. P. SAXDCBSOX, bis Attv. in fact. received Burning' Fluid at $1,00, per July 9, 56 -_- ly of Semjnal weakQssses; or disarraaf,aisa(

Tie buMDcu of the firm at Fernandina will be IVolIcc. _July 9, l856.* 4tAdrnlnlstrator'a JUST at the of the functiows prodeW btofvcneiy
3W ty Henry Tinunu, and be continued by APOTHECABY HALL, Cheap Cash :Stoic. i: do nokno'v bis.auperioisIa.theprai ,i ,.
Lm,oa Jut D wo account.SlMt persons having claims and demands against Notice. June 5th, 1856-31. Jacksonrille. Fla.WM. ; / ..
THEO. IIARTRIDGE. ALL Estate Farquhar Betbune, late of Du TWO Months alter date,the subscriber, Admin- some tlilrtyyearsand deem}JI no more ban jist : ., .
of the Estate of John Lewis deceased G. to him as well a* kindues ta the aaoitaaal"iim .. -
HENRY TIMANUS. val County, deceased, sea requested to present the A. McLEAN. Wilson and Winternitz.TT ; .
within the time law this ,will present his accounts and vouchers to Hon. of earfy indiscretion, to 'reccmm od hJaa c .
-- same prescribed by ,or notice Commissioned and Legally Qualified as .
LOST. will be plead in bar of their recovery; all pcr* B. Hopkins, Judge of Probate fur the County of Measurer anti Inspector Lumber for >ESPECTFTJLLY informs the Ladies apd, one in whose prdfcislonajf skin tad tetT* I -
Duval for allowance. *- iV, Gentlemen Jacksonville, and the surrounding mdj rafeJ* con1dcthetnettvs. .
indebted said -
sons to estate requested to make
4 HPerson Dnvai County. S.
*are cautioned against trading forIL immediate MARY BETH UNE ANDREW D. LEWLS.-Adr. country, that they baveopend their iIzn -) ,: : -
wjgtmting Und warrant No.*2121 fir forty payment. Administratrix.July By J. P. BAXDKKSOX, his Atty. in fact MAY be found when his services are desired new and beautiful stock of.Spring and Summer "This LV>ritbou{ ,ucethn, ltbi.4 iprei. .
e usuwlfcrj.me Jonca. War 181S unRSejitSStblfiSO. 16 185&-4wa. july S, 1658. 2m. inquiry, at 'the store of S: N. Williams Goo
As I Lave lost said war .- or residence of Mrs., Whitney. Coruer, DRY GOODS, class ordUeas s.of jrhiehUHww*. LAv.idJaraA -
V wl intend tp&Ving application to the Corn Administratrix's Notice. Adams aud Hogans Streets. all technical tcrms/it addresses itself(a Cb.r,aua '
""WofPcnwouiL) for duplicate of name. In the Circuit Court for the Eastern OUR weeks after date, I shall apply to the Jacksonville Fla., July 9tb, l85&-4ino Calicoes, MuslinsBarages, Ging of iu reader Ifi* .ftee' onH al] objectionable :

;1z JAMES JONES. Circuit of Florida. F Hon. B. Hopkins, Judge of Probate for Duval hams,Jackoqets;and Checked Cambric's -matter, aad DO-parent; however utfdoujbcaa.bject .

for an Order to sell the Slave and no CASH PAID :FOB -to pacni4theinds ef-his*son*. The t
A Hare Chance for Speculators. Dnvnl County* July 14th, 1850. County much of, the Real Estate of Jacob Forraan. late of Bounty land Warrants Black and ol'dSilks. author Jus dtevo Ibsbeiz n ..

'[ 3sdersncd Patrick II. Price, ) Assumpsit by Attachment. said County, deceased, as will pay the just and Chambrays, Challie,'- Silk and the Various complaints treated jdf sjuL witbWbmUe ,. .. .
*oiaiid15 pr po es to sell .. v*. V Sum Sworn to f 200.Smallwood lawful debts of said estate. BI PHILIP F1tASER. Lace 'Mantillas Bleached and Unt'bleached breaUUO paf aqd-too UItM-preiw4tiout4>; -:
at Iode.ate ,or a Company, Martin. ) Bond filed $400. ELIZABETH FORMA2T, A Jr.By JulyD-tf Impose, be has oAr4.to.the world, sLth.ere1y. .' .: '

Us, fl his lands nri and on iD easy the Defendant and all other person interest J. P. SASDKKSOX, her Atty. in fact. .Homespun, Irish Linens TnBinal price o1S&cel-btstho; fVvitof oaetwoityi ..:. ,: !

''Ubrt4oftbeCjtr.onboth lying THE, will take notice of the institution of, this July 9, 1856.. t 4t ._. HERRING'S Damask Table Cloths and N4j 4re seest Uaoher soccessAil rtBr prttctJce.fAroUL"hDId ;- .* '
5 clth.Lilroad J and Plauk Road and extend- suit and they are hereby required to appear and tCflaidc' ori -J ,
Tire ;E.Dhip' r
Patent Champion and ,
Burglar '
tshttheKi said j
plead to the declaration filed. in cause. Merchants Hotel.
g'* u4IIad between SO" and 400 L. I. FLEMING. PllOOtf SAFES./ bj fgancSj1k: 1jim1iiiu : ear*;fit paw, morfiAeaiiw abd scwow:

:rs.crtide4i; a purchaser or purchasers Scan Atty.for hiaiutiff JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. gatinterelt'tnanlfestcd by the public to Si1k..GlOVe3afldMit3 to*-the you th, ,und L ttelr tkujpf ipioptrt -

&st.tberchthe 1st of October next-Negroes, Jane 16. *58. Zms.Coit undersigned beg leave to avail himself of THE more perfect security from Fire for ; :Em.bro7d., .4rcdL. Size taken in payment for the T opportunity of notifying his friends valuable) papers, such a*'Bood Mortage-Deeds, aad 'Grass Skirts, Plainand; Eigd* A Preabytenan -

zrFor particular apply to the un- and the' public generally, that his house in Notes, and Books'of,Account, than 'the ordinary ''Bonnets Hunter's' ledJoif WanuaJ* Sayupon' *.- "TboaIsok ,
l residence, firnt tenement Eat of for Sale. now open for- the reception of permanent and Safe heretofore in *ose h&affordediadiiced the Ripbous, SilkandStraT thousand* of our youth,Jby evil example .. ..

JOS. $. BAKER.I. BUSHELS N. C.Mixed Corn, f u.t transient boarders, by strict attention to business Subscribers, to devote large portion of time and SilkIllusronand Bbbenpts Muslin influence otttuTpaiaion*,' have been W teto 1b -
4, or to Oen'L B. HOPKINS. and moderate he to merit liberal habit, of B<4f-poUiUionMwHhoutreaIi QrtW'S t
3 charges, hopes a attentipn during the i mali
1Lb p& tfaurttenytar
,18:4 a received in Store and for sale low,* f and Cambria E hart of public end aitcoctrki opoo t
patronage. improttmtnU, for i\uofy'ect 'and .
'1ZPPEG at. Hoeg's old Store, by J.. B. WILLARD..July feb 7-11 \JOIIN.BOZEMAN, Proprietor. they now beg leave assure their namerons, CHimesett8\and Sleeves,, J tifi/JL'/ lxt! r%!. Tha oo4stiti1tioa : ( S .t

$ ; ARTICLES .., friend and the public generally that their effort* PIoviiwd TabsfMusmjeM letting [ have-been. I
lphjrcisau3e received Steamer this 16,18i6.Sheriff's JVEW- GOODS. have been crowned with Complete success, and- broken down,and they do noV.knowtteoMS*Of* -
: yt 6th.) miw.T Sale. received and for sale as low' as at any now offer tbe"Improved Herring's Patent World's Parasols; JFans, Umbrejldsand -.eoaudinIencetbupbbo thecurc tbinf that be dem so tn alit&U* .
y. be sold. In 'front of the Court-House JUST establishment in this sta>e, by Fair PremiunxFire Proof Jafe." as tbe' and a large-assortment ry mind as to cheek,aad

SALE. WILL in theCUy of Jacksonville, on the JuIy,1858. *--_ -- JJC. BROWN. CHAMPION SAFE OF L.WOPTfl ultimately! ; remove-UiU"rili sprcsd imioe of

Es.of good LA*D, io the town first Monday of safe the In' August following next,'within, to wit the: Joanna legal FOR SALE. 'Blvnro *KKI'AWABOXD jixoiu,:'AT BOTB TIWorlU's ',- - "* Jhlessioif JiamAavwretdjedoca:"next, to the, would relUrioi oon1ia'of Je. SP iJ' *'
11'I1 UM. which is are bears negroes : .
upon the a
CroTe, in afemaU about'*WenJ-dV.JeTI of age,'and, Fair,, London,, ::1851, dothmg* ] r'
Wr condition and PLANTATION 5known Fort '
as George
HE -
And ia New York. (oi'tbus.ctjnjpz1esia.dMki K bu -
named Bam aboet'four .1853. --- etj ,
The .
f : grove is directly on (he 8t, her two f children and,Sarah* boy, a.gSri about,six months 1 situated tbe mouth of the River St. John's; L&ssuperorto all ortjers.- It i* notr oodoabted Dress co tg,:- ?t Flannel Shlrtj, !laIn.thousands. Dfl.thOU1fldi-Ot* reaIsi .- .
rears are, Eatt Florida. The place baa been well aa d;favor*. do1 coeto the
of Panl Demerfr ; : ly entitled to that appellation and secured with do 'Pants. Negro ,humaq nA-o* -
good Land, twelve) mUfs old. Levied upon a* the property known for and Detailed 'da- 1j Hsts and assorted"i t..tha .
in bands In fevorof ably many years Hall Patent Powder Proof Locks which alo- do Tsts Opt heAa3 thote4. an4 be1smwurkcrii '
executions *
Sooth, oithe King's Road to to atisfy sondry my cription 1s therefore unnecessary- Upon the prift.cipal Slock'and Q'Iptafi; i ShirUaridCnffars. -1I a1 ,
Modal so
rd 4 above forms the
witb SoMe A. Harde and James C. Webb, Bubee& was aw& ,; *as ,) > most r -;
s(11togetber or without small Island there ..revpwMa.of- 1060 acres of -
perfect Fire and Burglar. Proofs Sa&a'ever,befcrecffered BOOTS t'D1SHQES.Ad1'gXiiuiTed ? .
h flop.J Twenty acres of.said Cannva, high land,* 'of which 4w.acres are to a,,state. of td the Public: : / 3Lfl4DOOtOTI"tfa : y! vio '#
witl crop now on It. On LAU OVTTVO.V cultivation., Tbe s411 is teriil.ahd produces excel- BQtJ _
: good Dwetln Sheriff 4Pu4Pg1b.sbovi The Subscribers also*manufacture all kinds of eo M Tkjq -dojfi eep any part cf ttt TJnHed
ff house and oat- : let crops Cotton and ProvUion It is also well Boiler and ChiledIron) Bank Cbwts and Vaults, dc 1d.do. !, IeSboes & Slipp.rs.do J.- L I j
Apply to Jnly 1854. for4e cultivation of Snrar. Besides 4ba W
adapted I
oatd Vault 'JJoorsr and. Money Boxes or Chtata, for 'aIIhiit fr
: ; rs
al has been postponed ,
HOPKrS, JackoniUe land there Is a large body ofmrsh. land .
high Brokers,, Jewellsrs,' and Private Families, for
do. kid Supper, ida Kip lirogaas
aZL.lfllOTDLx, on the the first Monday in September. 4
place. the Plantation. easily of
? beibngiog to saaoeptibtei j'lete.D1aoedtsad other TaJaabJe*. An.reiao MtsMS(col'd Gaitorvta S nJi'i, dot .4M :? ,' :-
Eai' drainage and ,bjgh cultivation, or.of. *eing used Patentees, (by parcluue,)kad MsnufrctuT :< B etI t ; : .
of a TboBsaad for manuring"purposes. There II.IaG.IUt of Jonea'Patent PermataUoa Bank Loek 'Ativ; rw- ** I3 w* '" iirt "" i *, :
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Take Notice lUST' Receltrea at pothecay hail,a tresasup.a amount of>cheUs. from which the best-lime could.. ;, SILAiJ a HERRING ArC04Pstentees7IGren Togethw ri t ''antvgfcLiA i i i < toll

t 1j'pf..Bam f ThoIas4 7owers1OUman a; bbtaiDed lo-abttpdaoce" ; Tber."U VeoaJort* .Bloc ,i No*., IW,, latAJJe.Wstir Street V" >

SffiS late otNew )ht ebori md Jayoa Liquld.HaIrjJjee... ALso ble Dwelling House, with all) necessary* pot bulld: July ; ki -' .- -'.5' .
: *j1 ciUze3s w* ibe celebrated Eleesie OU lor the eoreof Bbeum/- tugs, and quarters for 10 Negroes. The climate is qttT.hTh. 3 A1If

&. that fOOHeadsebe 4f also perfect1ile&1tby for.Wtites and Blacks dor; ; J? .
lisa *
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ed7ftwtbe log tbYwboUjesr.T,.'jha line .of Steaaers from -
. Sj] .aerltv XG !; r. i-H* ii ffifit JsoerjIIu1jS1,1161r tt I.a.Auiit Charies ton,p&s*tw is week, 'tbosoffwrinf tb ; bhkUI fi l-t 4' b a JJfe f .A "" '

4 aS WrflcPv t"****n4 oa reaaoctfc *- taka
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**a has tg, roog it,Ut. ;$agti n s.1Aii rRi grea
w ,- ? pleasure' trylnfTtt Weass all thots, wbaiBJay V V .**. eouo'e' "4 5-
SV iriu4eo' bspp3 fcvor tu with t11.- AH .ordTers from the IW 80 Sacks G kork{*yi UT.200Bu -

't i* rfit-.j' wnp tuyj teairv his 4fmi : ; Mercury PIUS.forbid. copy weekly : D. !ZB34NDEZ, country shall p*promptly attended to, btICortT. 'Now Uadfflf, wd; fcrsale br -

g 0 i Jgly 311E53.' Jane 2od, 185Mv( OoardUo, Jscksoaville/Tb.,J lyA 185fl% July 9/1$39. J, C*BSOWN. fc t -. *

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: t< within sit months. $3, if -V V, juidrprosecute". condensed from foreign and domeetEo periodicals, < Xi

: I J:i ;$*wuiiiijlLmimU and the several D : and origins articles of ,
: ELLIS;.k procured, when possiMsw. .3T'"t 41'tP" orSto ,_.
will be inserted at toe following from foreign lands the most'Interesting i ;
"i.. r' """ 'Letters aeJt at c...' .. L''
*Mir. il1u.CrI.01f.7JJXD. portions of the News otthe world! ]sketches of life, Booii LM HHutbsii .., ., ;
One Doflprqiiot.t.eIv.( tines) for the .: sdrenfors.d dander Selected and Original ar* .Vkp.siossees ... ,1Ik. "

.r1m. and Seventy-Fire Cents for emy subsequent Prompt. attention;'win; tide.poo sffrleellare& ; aoeomto of the Markets j &ne Ia .
". ..' .. inserTo yearly. drertisers*liberal discount : : .entrusted and a Bank Note List are Included among the sol Ute phoc UN $va JI." et" .
c : % wttbe":\ AU tiensient advertisement' Jacksonville.July 9, ; 'Id $Information to be constantly roaad la the Post''Bo r..I.d sad'DUI1C111t Rrss* if

A. "fIIJf c, \ ,_ t ul bariDX.moiDR aceoon&,'t"1b be ( lbS mind reqoiree wide/range-it baa fbeilities -' Cbo91eed.caMItiS1Q.Wk.l.
i ssmutbeps4preiioostopubIicit3oe. Tbat" ...H.OW:and; which delight In tbehtnnoroc* and lively' ,.OIW..

;-S' Person at a aiakDee c pnru tteir remiusn-_ "Tmf WLLB ;; 11 To satisfy the** craving we devote a fair propor- 9 :,ac ytftow.em 4.Utata 01 Ia.11M Stfta II":.D,5d,. .

M for advertising by tiio. following rates: Renaj ", .tion of tbe Post to Fietoo.Poetry and Humor. ? We.tack,eheetIs,*....Eltf -
i.Oa square (twelve Bees) published six I., lSt Among our contributors in the first two' of the ..aa.nc.es..1

Booths for...............'.....,........ 110 00 cia shore departments,are several of the most gifted veal depn.sEou of.ptrib. .. _$
six ........ 15 00 In ID Th Sa '
Two squresfor inouthi .
writers in the land- We also draw freely for Fiction
Legal sad other Baal.eII Cards per an- 4ndfurtei&ieciii a tyU ; eSK.
? and the best in this
_nm.i.. ...;.. 10 <>> City of Xtio Tort;, --: Po.trysqn periodicals '_ B3gs&
Notice t.tdebtora and creditors.... l' 00 tlon ofJBoar.Urt lllUl country and Great Britain. We design commencing wfcka to U lee*._. '. If
7, a new story by Mrs Soutnworth, author of at.a.sew ass"f'..
.'. -r *-.AppHcaaon for letters ofadminittration" 6 00 i July 9,66. East Florida. .4 The Deserted Wife. ,"."Miriam,"Ac,In our first the Ide et a tea'..'Il...h.._.'_,
for dlwnUwl A
.." 'Notk*of Application : for 504 Iii,. .UoQ aa4.. ,
Admiaiatrator........................ 1000 GALL & paper January.Engravings pcYpataU".UI L 7be1"blt'lri. i
this Bouse would hU old friends and the ,.important places J" .
For announcement of candidatea for of- again respectfully the a..mi oiitsesi aa.i .c:..
'.tct ............... ............... 5 00 ,. '', as De- La determined nut tn be excelled by any. The Western Stage action, Agricultural and other new indentions .AYlcSaaLJ 1. d pitt.fill&h ...,=..
.f No announcement will be made unless the same Sarannal and Charleston BotU arrire. There is ajrood Livery Sta with others of a humorous, though refined character earespetusslos. she a.-'SI.
b and see.SAY'I. ,are also freely' ,given.NOTICES' u.Agists.eac80' ba.., .
*accompanied with the amount charred. July 9,185. .BOFFJNqTCWT,Proprietor. tM.lnteCtl" .
Editorial notices for private benefit will' be charged. oFrHE PRESS. .-.. na deesnsag IAe CNaI..d'..;
: 4oabt Aerate adrerttsinr. : J!' P. S '
rnac'p'1 omu'
; .-, bituary, and Jlarruge notices,.will We regard it as the best of the Philadelphia tit ?MIa4irlpbia, hit X,__. ,-__ ..'.
: 'd ,.j ATTORNEY >ND :C9 NO3. erary papers. Its editorials Ire written with ability 1- ra.YL.I7EDA-
1. 4t I14ocia3 nmooietios inserted unless aocompan- D "Q3 a3= .5. and take a comprehensive view of whatever 1 isdiscussed. T&crf.1fo.f

'jed by the sntbor's aam .. : Jacksonville,July g, 1 .-&4*.JuAiutown P,. r S Kn WIil'Y.f1a..r....
a. J. 0 -*AU Job Work most be paid for on delirery.J. One of the most readable and entertaining newspapers E.(7.G1fJ'a. "SJS .M d.... .

i -. H, ._ JOHN W I AND WINTER 'GOODS. in the aad deserves ss it,njl." tag wret bass' sal IrovMeU* ",aeaasg with JOel. .. rt,

..:." : PLATFORM OF,THE AMERICAN PARTY ATTORNEY AND a wide-spread circulation.--Pivnttr,EL'uabet* City I,wiik files p4 nasty Jer,1.,.,. ......

: :. .' .'" [_&&* i.Ut Stttum of tW Rational Council, '' Jf GThis I&lwaa Bi&1e,,.. ..ro.r-""
: 'practice in, is a fine family paper,and has an immense- I .aiie a "'fI or..P'e.. .
F Jl"- 1856.jit _.
*' WILL& and th 1 Cash : J\o Long (tredits1!! circulation. It will be seen to include its correspondents ri.ia.iad.' aIM b. IAe rwi, -_.
S An bumble acknowledgment to tbe Supreme number of the ablest writers in et.wOi.e.a.a. Ft..Ir' .. -
of -
and Camden, Georgia. j jf a Urge .
for Bis care rouchsafed to our "a,I fin4
!. Being protecting Amkutador Atbir 2T. mf eaMo( lliU..dr.a.J.
L .. .. t a fathers in their successful Revolutionary struggle' James .& GRAVES the Turk.caaDtry.-C\dialJ laqukiss fof i5e c.isaaL IId .414 --.
-, ;aad hitherto manifested to us, their descendants S S .bIa",..eM a qairnit, ,
We" invaluable .
in weekly receipt of this "isthzi1
4 are MTUNlllftlKfJ trac.-n.
S .
:Jn the of the liberties the ,independence orTH&GC
; preserrstion feel much at loss n..
and should a TEI$
ily journal very CERTIFICATJ .
and the Union of these States 1LLIOATOR,.COLUMBIA BLOCK BAY-STREET JACKSON 1LLE. Or LW..lft.
tbe best -.5 or rLu
consider it literary : IIILL
without ss we paper "
of the Federal Union July 9. 58.
JcL The perpetuation as United States without :..,. IICn"OfDC.'UIL
., palladium of our.civil and religious liberties, u. WHIT SMITH.- received a general assortment of New Goods, at their new store which, now published intbe Cumbrldyi, Md. any Dr.c.at. Jark.. nu..JWU ltn
aa..the only sure bulwark American. Indepcni other house in the bare the ....jecIOl.1..Ac. hut.
t SMITH & cheap as any country. They adopted prin This is one of the few Urge papers Ailed with WOfle ..lhh .
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denes.td. !r uI'.ra'ld, invite the attention of the public to an examination of tnub. Its j*ONdhJO.. ''
instead of
I Americans must role America and to this life and thought lumbering lbs .'i.k. aid alt wh.. .. _.
In it will be found tbo with other articles ..
following,, .
end astire-born citizens should be selected for all ,many management is marked by liberality, courtesy,a- \'VbU.l.this roadilios 5 wi.pIseesi. 1.,1.4. ...

.. ..... State Federal ant municipal offices government Alligator, biliiv and tact.' It employs tbe best literary talent 11tdft, Taaei,, a.JI. _
,employment preference tq all others: nerertbesltfffj July 9. '53. Dry Goods. and sparesno pains or expense. 'Asa family paper wunnbesr5u,4Iy Whit ..,.'Ie,Ie ". a ...
.5 S 4 Linenss. one of literary aDd general intelligence, we o'y waj IkJfbe ( t.ps4 a ww.._ _

.,. Persons born American parents residing Couper & ,, Bareges Checks Gnu De Rhine Silks cordially commend it-Cnyvy* Chief S Auburn',tf toa rome,a aU1lbftte&nab? 'I1U.wit I.,,NonII I" that cw",...'die.

temporarily abroad should be entitled to all the :, -, Cambric, Bobinets l'-. 'S 1M".. weal tsin a..11On. ...Wd
It is the best literary aDd family paper in the rur.7 hiId sad lit .
rights natire-born citizens hot \ osliJJI De Laities Crape y.tf. ....
6th.'No perIOD should be selected for political ,FA ,- Spool Cotton, Cords Union.-Buck Itlad rRock, Jtlana,liL .plaJ8H'.I.' &be ale... ,4.It.."...
of native b:rth. who Brown Bleached Its ample pages ennui many articles of much take OOM iaien-tt|I.By fbC, ".
.. station (whether or foreign ) Sheeting. Sheeting ._
qnetdoaa a kt boW
merit from the of some of our best b.'ia a dppep.j k..
literary pens
.5 ,; lIMan1.&lI or obligation of any description Stripes, Drills I,beS.StU-d by th 8M.r"Pr. 11M.
.. to toy foreign prince potentate or power- Commission ., Braids, Staying Ifebbing writers, and are,also stored with all tbe important ur,' etrsd ty J,a4 he .,1..',. .
,' t tbe Federal and State and and Uen's news of the day, making it a welcome visitor bothto iheBiiun. ..
7'o\ .or who refases td recognize BAY STREET ,\ Eyes, Edging Inserting,. 'hiru. u..aJH.n.. .. .
..z eonsittations. ,..(eadr within its I here.) aa para &c.&c.Boots. tbe business counter aDd the timily'dicle.Ktntwc1ia" asd'.ulecleo such that|wus UJ" ... _
,. I '.ttoofit. to ill other laws,,as roles political action. Wv. ACOLBT COUPEB.] [ Goviiigto*. binttn etm oo.b.u).. Haul. w If .
., .. < .v .' 6th.'The.unqualified recognition and maintenance pjy Produce of every ; Shoes. One Of the oldest and best literary papers now taklac U a> slnrted.sad V 4.n,I ww..1-4
.. '.J. of tbe reserved rights of the several States as Gaiterslien's Fine Hoots, published in the Union.-Organ, Jbmitta, Go. ky.it Uw Ntk*irsief orfors .k1IIe..".
.. and die cultivation harmony and fraternal good July..' s, '. .8 hoes, It is deservedly one of the m ust popular public A flu prcMiipticB ieahMg he a.t ..eg.,.._..

'will between the citizens of the several States and 56JOSEPH Clippers. Kip Brogans, i journals in tbe United States,combining u it does five Mm mnrt j all 11M IJnera'e.Ijefs (Ia. "'I

S \ ', to this end'non-interference by Congress with General V IIII Slippers in literary point of.view, all the interest of the much..o4 I.hli n-.. lie -"Idh iO. nIfIII..nr. ..._

"qcettions appertaining soMr to the individual 86 WATEB ST., ', Enameled and Fancy Shoes i bed mallsiD, with a fad amount of general intelligence .0'aa tlM of edIeIa ..a....
S 'States,and non oterrentibu jjy each State with STRICT and prompt II Cloth tipped Gaiters JfepuMicoHf, Litchjuld, Ct. IlelMlltte.l.,ll Uu*a.;odiet k, kat ..,.
'tbe sJWrs of any o4ber3tate.' all articles of produce IIU Lasting Congress Gaiters, It is emphatically! one vi the very best literary wit bees ablle 10 PI", ..s' _-11IIII
>i7.Tbs recognition of the right of the native-born and all orders Leather tipped .5 newspapers in the whole country,and deserves the will 110OI1.t". ..stier.. ,pie. ...._.

4 and naturalized citizens of the United States pertuanentJy July, 8 tf Youths' Brogans, ., unparalleled success with which it has met underits EeJpedta1'oer.,
residing in any Territory thereof to 44 calf iirogans, present enlightened and liberal proprietorship. Tke frame their constitntion and laws and to regulate .. HO I CbHJrcns hoes, a large stock .. Ac. The "greater its circulation in this State the less aJl..JIWiou..IISf.. ... t... aM V .
"ftJ _
their domestic and social efkirs in their own mode' General Hats rf* Calls I probably is our gain ptcuniarly; is .our gain pecuniarily able"pcr'ta tkdJ.a..... 1"
cnbject only to the provisions of the Federal Constitution 100 WAIL ST., I ; yet we most pnmunce it a must excel- T McMIU4
,with the privilege of admission into tbe WILL pay particular Mens'* Leghorn, Panama' straw, Palm Leaf Hool, Felt and Wido. lent jonrnaC and worthy of the patronage of every- ; .

Union whenererthey.bare the requisite population, low Pine Lumber, Lire ; Hats and Bloomers.Saddleri. bud). The Contributors to the Post are saauog July,11. Jacksonville,l1a.

for one Representative in Congress., Protid4dal. Timber and Produce; and. ; the fint-st writers in America and tbe editor's articles 'TO-THE .1MtJTttOllS1M

I .. .4 M)%that none but those who are : .I1n &.ci-Stal1uder.; the constitution and laws Blue, (MmdtH.&J..f LITEBAIlfENTCSFSlSZt
-. S a thereof and who bare a fixed residence in any DENTAL Hardware. We have heretofore suok n in.high terms of the A

such Territory,ought to participate in the forma-' W 11. BOSTWIC& Forks & Carvers, Pocket Knives, Batcher Shoo Knives ,merits of the Post as one of the best POD our %
Son'of the constitution or IA.the enactment of laws S form tbe citizens .. Spoons Spring Balances, Wilton Cards, Bellows ezcbaiige iut, and we rvg4rd it as one of the best A new weekly familliUnttun .
for said Territory or State *, vicinity that;having ., Rope Nails Butts, Hooks & Hinges literary papers tu be found; anywhere. 1U editorials -
,;',. ', ,tto- An enforcement of toe principle that noState street will attend to all Bolts Locks, Hooks t Staples Window lops; are written with abtli'y. aud take a UUr.1, in- .. THE .TUJV)4 TZFLYLYQxmDnad .

: ... or Terrfsftry-oogbt to admit others than citi- the most approved, and : Caps. Spades Axe, Augers Saws, depeudeot. and comprehensive view ot' men and to pxtf,ga -' .
-, : .. -I i of the United State.tor the right of suffrage t5fNerves of aching Gouges piritLevels, Squares Rules, things.-feir and Adstrtlter, WrightttUU /_, art,and gntrnlTHE a. ...-
.. 4 .or hoMieg polities!office. pain. Tools, Chisels Tap Borers,&c. Ac. Tcavs (cash in advance,) tingle copy|. _year. -

I .S-. rffci'A'coange la"th..las:: of naturalization, Charles- 4'i such as Buckets Booms, Pails, Axe Helves, Ac. 4 copfe-............. ..............5 M mtdersigaed snnovoees that he .
S. tJTflrhij A continued residence of twenty-one 8 .** and one to getter-op of club;, 10 "
years ( Ua
f .aflnot'be&abersprovided for,1an! & Stationers/ .. a .. 'M .. .4 IS. Saturday > 10 1.t. leg .sb'
... 'rtqeMte dtiwnship berefter,'and exciudIn A II J'f Letter Paper. Pencils Wafers'Pens dealing Wax, Blank .Books, 20'. tt M M .* e1 _O. .' of anew wreklr newspaper U13L1G7L"called "T (,illURDAVEVEVINO .
Standard Iforks and light
Ma of OY.
S c all-pM eti ftersonsvponvicted crime Address DEACON snper riyaJ is>
1. .."*. from Janding vpotf Oar shores but no interference i ,- A9 Provisions. No. 66 South Third Htrwt. 1'liUadeiphii. tin thirty-two cntuauu c/dxh*etj fnttit asV
: wish de.vested of .
A". r ?6th. Opposition rights lo'aD7.foreigners.anion between Church SALES in any part of Groctries; Hams, .Bacon, Pork, Lard, Beef., Tongues, Mackerel r SUmpIe Numbers$ sent gratis tu any one ter.-- -- '_ J' __
.. respectfully Crackers, &. .. wbeu rcque.ted. The"Messenger"' is intended to proreitkOful
S. .ft cHate; DO interference.with religions.faith,or Goods sent to the aub lAquor.s. mirror of tint time, M to eaten Uw ana-*h
'ud'bo test atbs for .
tt orsblp oe.I ther for private or auction togas they rise. Tu give Cu't&ntf aeaossfe rf
I '. ,-Ittb. Free snd thorough i Investigation into any attended and amounts Whiskey Bourbon IFhbkcy, Rectifid and Cbmmon JFhiikey, GRAHAM'S every important event that sappns, naff*
'dsIIsIisedsbusescfpnblicfunctlunariesands Subscriber has been Wines, Schnapps Ac. &. home era road. I a short tu CDu tale as*ep

'.T.ShTTbe*trid eeonosgy- hr public expenditures.alntenVtoe enforcement. of all a He number offers of years as Fancy Goods. AMEBI AllllfH1Y 1Amn.; table, i instructive and. entertatoiag bstfTr len

S lawscoBStitationaUr enacted.until said laws shall quiries should no be made ; Nail but and Hair Brushes; Dressing Combs; LookiD laues. &. (ESTABLISHED IN 1827.) paper.Aorong its Departments the fbttnrisf-r bmentioned.
comparatively few articles of stock
bsrepesled'orsbatlbedecluednujlandvoidbycoatt14&i&l our present we offer to attract
commercial house at the DEVOTED TO'UTERATURfr ARTJLXD .
; authority. .. that those who may be induced to call it will '
upon us by bare no
He be found of Life *scries ef fating
can on Bay FASHIGK The Romance Real ,in -
i .1Mb*Opposition to the reckless and nnwise policy July| 9. $$.-
of the present administration in the general cary Hall where will be and entertaining stories by the most fffshr
Family and authors of the day.
.- Ba&atementcf as shown onr In*removing national affairs Americans,, and more(by desi esTy -- &. which will be offered JEWELHI SILVER WARE The new volume,commencing with the January Editorial comments upon paaaiag rvntSj tnk

ign&tioo i)and'Consenratires prineiple, from of.' u they can be obtained number 1858. will contain over twelve hundred ten in a free and independent spmyaabsiyHifpersoflsol ,

Ioiind p1sciugfocrgncrs&aud: nltraists in their .and country produce. ANDFancyGoods pages of toe choicest reading matter steel and or party opinion.
$uII;Un'iD': a truckling subserviency to luly 9. 56. wood engravings and music.! S Letters from Europe and rariow jsrfcsffw

ibe stronger and an i insolent and cowardly bravado Each number will contain a splendid. steel en- United States.
S .. of the Paris steel elegaily .. Agricultural Hints and Soggestioatft
IJ towards the weaker powers; as shown in re- raving; plate fashions on *

4 ,." .. 4 IMIng 3&1ssonriComprou1u sectional'agitation; u ,shown by;tbe;in.,repeal granting of the tovnnrsMsMor 4 LARGE.Cheese.,lot. of : 4.E-R x..dLt with colored wood; one engravings or more.articles miscellaneous richly prose illustrated 'trum'r Notices,of pages.New Books" with chokss. Cltwa. $

Igui the rigbt of.suffrage in 4000 Ibs.. of those EAST FLORIDA, and poetry; sn editor's table. review' of new Regular weekly Review of CoaMra4 .

4 .. :Ksnsii tad Nebraika; shown lulls VacilLating 8000 New Bacon the citizens this books; monthly summary; hints on fashion and Monetary afiira. .
, SO "; Shoulders place surroundtmr country that he has of sad Domestic ae*%
, :; eoerfse on the'Kansas and Nebraska qncstiotrj as fashionable i intelligence; patterns fur needle-work, A Synopsis Foreign
IS A* sbowft in lhecoTrn tions;>hich.pervade some or4r 0 Bbl.! Heavy ) NEW BRICK BUILDING' with a large and well select andnewmusic.S E.saj.ou Social and Moral. tnbj .
tbid.ptrtmentsotgeyersmentuabuwn in disrrscfeg a -Choice The steel engravings will embrace nelyeecoC- with bus at the Timrs. .
BJcriterious navel-officers through prejoiosoresprieerand 6 Kegs .do do Y, SILVER WARE, ANDFANCYGOODS, ed portraits or the* celebrated lady,writers of tbe Literary Gleanings from the,Werls of<>bh>

as shown M"tbe blundering 25 Sacks ground is invited. Getting my'Goods direct from the New York manu day interspersed with a variety of other subjects ted Authors.

ts sBMBtfemenf.of our foreign relations.,, 10 Boxes Tobacco my customers inducements both aa regards style and price. that cap. of general interest. The fashion plates! ,are engraved Criticisms en Music'and the Dnms. t'
.. :.Teraedy..tisungirns, and 10,000 Cigars. or layan nab. on steel after the latest PaM fashions,giv In short the. "MESSENGER"is Iatei .
S .prerett tbedisastroBS cobseqaeoces, lse re- 5 Cases Cbampafgn Among my assortment may be found. logout and ia-d ur costumes for the IDOt1. They anal, io all its features soy weekly s''PQ',
s stng4herefrom. we would-buFid up the Amen. 23 Bbts. Choice Old Butter Knint'Fruitdo.; hare been pronounced superior to those publishedin States to accomplish wsiatbe .

esnpaity pon tbeprinciples hereiaoefore stated. 1 BbL." Extra Old ( ) Knapkin Rings Children's Seth Ae.'Ao--. any other American periodicaL The wood en* of the most talented writers in te CeeatrltN

1 < 1Mb.'That each State CounciJ&shall bare antbor- 1 to Bbls Choice Rectified Old ; S Constantly on hand and made to. order(rem graving will be' of the highest. finish, and by our been secured. If
I7tamludtheiruTumitationsso as toboBsb .pure coin, and warranted.- S bestsrUsts. Tbo lint number will nndoobtly! swetf.
fee sertral degrees, aad institute a pledge 5 .4 P. k II. Gin.: ; The literary matter will consist of historical biographical time mentioned, and the regular ,I'

of honor.Instead of other obligations. fur feillowS 5 N. E.,Ram. S CUTLERY. : and literay essays sketches of travel continued thenceforward.TERMS..

..Ii .. sWp sM deisslon Into tbe put. > I Bbl. Malaga From the celebrated manufactory of George Wos- fine arts novels tales) romances. Ac. The novel -
Now ;
S 1 "':.,;. Ifth A free and open'dwcustwn of all politicarprlHf July t, 1858.landing and.in ( cases.) ten ohn A Sonconsisting Pocket Knives,Scissors and romances of Graham"* are universally sc- .
14 embraced in,'oar platform. on.. > ,: will be warranted Shears, Razors, Ac.FANCY. knowledged to excel in beauty and interest any. A single subscription for one pi,1 t.
HICII GOODS. others published in America. rancer .* if not paid whitin eb.----
I :u.IUIUA'I..ftIiD. SMTESI AND'.MOSAIC S The editor's table Is insets up humorous sketches time of subscnhwV and $t M if to*H rii

'ruE subscriber having Such as Corals, Port Monaies' Accordions,Perfumery ud anecdotes foreign domestic 'and literary the year.-
I TypE l.Fon:1t"DARY: X York with a large Lubins and;other extracts; Fancy Soaps gossip rfc. CLU. I

". .... .. ; Papier Macbe. Jewel Cases Rosewood Work Boxes The monthly smnmary of current events prepared Clubs of three subscriber,. '!
''i" NEWYORL JEWELRY,8ILVER .' Portable Writing Desks Reticules.! Fans by William Dove,gives a>condensed account 'I four ** **

S respectfully invites the Rings Regard do.; Combs Brushes ThermometenChildrca sTop, of the principal. events which have taken I. ten *'andonatal&fgjtietonafJ
ui,,PriMer::Wi4M1er:. of his stock, comprising as Buttons; Tea Bells. ; place (in the world during UM preceding month. -* '

.. .endertfi ed-beg-to Sfbrmr the trade richest and mOlt f Rings; Together with various articles,too numerous to The review of new book are frona, the. pea of ClIib. "'S.

THE'they.have this day,isned their new saic Lara and Scroll and SetRings; mention. the rot critic E.Whipple.. : wtwenty' 11\I

; : Qtsrln Speeiaen.and that U U now ready for de-* Also Silver Ware and : .: N. B.-Clocks,Watches, and Jewelry, The fashion article by Ueniq C. Scott presentsa S Invarlibly m adrance. taW
t. tmlidayand other' fully repaired' and warranted correct and comprehensive account of tbe new wanted in Or/ta .IM
:. Kretyltosbeir.oM patrons, at well as air who pa at the Agents every
>, rpoisetfeeir fowdry. In H wilt.' bt fosmd sVnew, cheap for cash.' shortest notice styles of dresses bonnets mantillas,shawl*;em- States., Liberal terms ofcred toing rcn'--
.(0 "' :.eerke.ef .,hID .pearl, topics 'Jt juyg.'M.: r Forks -TERMS'' broideries and everything relating' to faablUllt'ot I satw tcturyrvferenee.Vost.&bsters :
; .M ;f. I I. II interest ladies. reoiMt t'tii
seriWof : and then
; .. .11M new. Scotch cut ceLL4 z4 d 'AG, The
." .> ne.4 _eetvexhibiU an tni Paints ; july 0. needlework patterns for collars undersleeres will coofcr a favQt bv baa*!**

; .. ... ..,:. f __... rb afW; tyleielected &Ill I- t lahr"1tf I" { caps .berthas, skirts, embroideries for handler ponsiblc person vtw mill ae* 'n'
: .- =flfTi-My sad Baflaad. ." ,1'0.11 NEW SPRING GOODS., chiefs and general needlework" ,are numerous and. L..
.f Tbe scripts and,bordenng are bow for the first CHARLESTON .DEoL'lNE New bettutifullr des'gned. S.24& 7Lli I. .
..1W tlsse presented lo tbe printing poblic, and are the. K constantly for sale ,tO'O. ..00.Y.mii'J_ OingbmsDo.Spring Styles Mceic.-Thi. alone, at a boobto .woaM cost fttU 1'1u.w.P''I
45 prodaetidna t>f tbe*belt'American; nd Kurupean Paints:and Oils of meshes Ac.. Jest received, "and for sai hi more than ayear's labicriptioa.Au"be.lbJtUD" S
: #- artist*;; -,. v Window Glass,ann $. : July >..18M.: J. Cd BROWN. TKSJIS:-One< copy one year,in advance" h. a ..sr eT"f
*,An ealire new aeriet'of Qerman"( pentlne.Spirit Gas, Treatment& witln two copies tA; five cuplessad I one to sgtot.or tt

.: newspaper"d job,printing;ofa4 ,. & Yituies,Glue or Local Cabin Pu.cagefrom Charleston to getter-upof theclub,) $10; 11 copies, and one tu THE GEIAT SOCTHERN
-tfje)to new nearly cosopleted"*nd "V S- various 'Genital snd Ner> __ New agent, $20; for, |, one copy win be:sent three

: .IrV-M-si ftearsrbJeb the. trpe$ i is & riltb9 llooi- lands German i iv Impedimenta to 'York', !$ yVt DOllar. years. Additions to clubs at tbe same rate as club S THE SPlelAftI
... sent. Specimen copies sent gratis to thea desir
Jiwad pesalbrtr" : \iterere. sgo.Wmsi i ii S -.
ihe pristia> toby preperauons. ;'U.'J. S in*to get up clubs. ABRAHAM H. 8EB -
press \ ..# .JAC_ United,States Mail,.Line. 'raMi J J .C.
.They beg te return thanks'.for put farors. tssitiMfkaeeBtiaaaoeeof same.'. TbeirwelPilssefalaanaerof : rud.n e and' soil. YOkK' tir; -{ ie'
the lucalc k 11
81 lion'to yettfbr ; removed. !tb, NEW ( .LEsi. .Keport .OB $p raiaterrt ..A-c. !
oolng batioeu.for-the" '- -
rived from the use of two S volume 6f IsWBencedoa
The second .
east tsOft reaes is a ; c1erIydemoistrs.. STEAM SIJI4,, U8T Pubfls14by..thUowsrcl ,Asao.atioa ..
: ? guaranty to new patrons of Bitters. I bsve found the 8111II of Deh0'l. _
*. 1-1tr..i' .> ,Ueirdi:*eeiUonand abdity ,not to allow thenv' mend them to be.,. highly stccessfu1 THROUGH iN"48 53 : ej'S Philadelphia, a Report,on Spenutoettusjav .,
n : Seminal 01. .
b TSSUdffaIr.d.siicLwhetherr... to Lb.public at*toft and Aa\bOJ'| 'II11t-et" or Weakness Impotence the' TiM oi U" =:* .' .
some 0 .
{. ..b latk 1.0 .v-..Y' .a eases they intended for : onsis. enabled Onamism,Masturbation,or selAAbose, sad other '

S tX.,L-rerictors fDewJpl m are requested ations now in use. ,Very the least possible : HL9* ( ;) Diseases of.u.,Sexual Organs, witbaa aeaotot of chuiie a*
te insert f sbors three Umesprevided they rade ft- -i .nostrums, the errors and deceptions of Quacks aad ralsahle i g
.tar"..ssaatWAeir respective bills The 'BLtare_ -Vr '- all- S kiviJI I)'800 ton. M. Berry, Cummad advice to the afflicted by Oeo..R.Caliovo.M. IX; 'Ul t'.ffiIiR1- ,it .r
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S .0SS W or. _"W ig"fte 4vertise *: JAC O_;. : ',(post J' paid.. ).' two- .'AD6E '1Z4)0 tons 8.Turner Coaa8OUTUERNJR1.000 \..: lent Institatioa,.:established by special, eoduw- t."S ait"U} *.-ldo aa 1 5SUp..Iutacit5O.r .
'f" 4 I&oj *: ,JQ48oNr toaPr.D.! Ew_ ;' mans,for the r HW of tt* sick sad 4tiallictecl.WlUa b
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