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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: September 17, 1856
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
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: ,k't' llD sejsa.io make as.President, but they con. shell Democrats are' all turning over 'LetterMAflIANiX from Mn'Bantet:; : "" e :j. ., V V VV ceeded l to'A1M:.,li '.., irI1a t\ K. ;

fl1pldt thatGoverus. .' tend helia* no chance of election. to the Black B pubhi nns. ThoGer Aug.,'20t 1/\185.0.* We were 'visIted, on: Saturday the Deputy'Marshal for1 tfc1' '- ,1 '

3 eFtedencksburg Recorder, one Every rote cast for him they say isso mans and Irish arealso leaving 'the HON. E..0. CAtiELL, '. night: last by,a heavey gale. The of dem : '. j ,t II

"tM.IOst ultra : ,Sheetsdeclared much thrown away, because.he can Democratic ranks, and we only have 'SirYour l letter of Juhe-addres- wind ';blew fresh all Saturday and: ties of th Jattolrlta'iTI: r8t' V V .
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:. jg1fllft recently : carry no electoral votes in the North. to work well and oar noble ,candidates 'sed',io me,S. .(E.,! eJ( ,.to:driver.him.and it'fs laIc1. V t. -V" 1 r
.: compelled to Woe betweenor Now meet this view of tlie Fillmore and Donelson will be jntil 1..f Sunday morning :abotti :
tfIrt 1ct to case, .candidates elector in this State day ,pay himself was Very ffi. r tpf- t
1L.-I,4 FiJJmcrt the Presidency. we respectfully propose to the organs eJected'by. an overwhelming majori- !has been'.on hand for several, weeks ;i iIn break, when it come in from tho:S., V ted, "being :anxioisl V&o reian. awstand ,, $
: .1d_ kuiJale a vWflWfl* to pre- of the Democracy a plan by: 'which ty. 'WQ have enthusiastic. 'ward which time I 'hope .I have been' an.d 'continued from ,that 'direction ,, 'his trial. : ", I Iegrryet

: _.' the vote of Virginia will certainly be meetings every evening, and' on the able' to give, it that .consideration untill about half past 11,. when .it ..Findiog.it impossible. : ., .,-.' Vt. ; .
1;: ;&tl&nta (Ga.) Intelligencer, cast in such a way as to operate most 3rd there is to be a banner raisingand which:the importance tfnddignity of veered to, the S. W. During ,the\ his wishes, and dQ$Olifotbathad e. tiM.r; fe. V "4.
cr1ocOfO0 paper says : : effectively against the election of at Flatbnsh V whole of that ,timo the. water *,was' "" ;.
a mass meeting a xthe:subject require., :bo ea-dt<.LU" ML t : ( :
,. -lit par part we do not "#,e tow Fremont. Our.plan is this : Let an' town about four miles from 'this city. The leading proposition contained blown'from the Gulfin to the Apal-' dishonor to'hrtasett wd the&.*".C ... t:: V rt: !

''ii.4 : tDe would sooner see Fre- electoral ticket be framed of eight, There is also to:be a monster moss in" yourt lcttcr' .j ii, V''in these. words, achee Bay, and from thence into .the tho.keenet.angaekbiI.Ik: f ';;:i,":::" V z t., :

: ,;rio?U'M is gotlze "orne oflti, Democrats and seven Whigs and meeting on the 12th'of.Sep'tember, at "sbpuld you be elected,8nd should it St. Marks and Wakulla rivers, overrunning '*!' ,unfortunate man.regolrei. cmtraction. 'atl' I' V ; ,t:<. ':,1,,

I.- *Wi? fc President of the United States Americans, to be supported by par- Union Square, New York city ; so ascertained that ,Fillmore and their banks,and spreading ., "He had procwed, l r. a V --E '-t
0gard Fillmore who never cca- ties ia Virginia, with the distinct un- you see we are not asleep in tho Em- Donelson will receive more electoral over.surrounding country, untilit 'means, several pods 'of tH -! Modt V : j ,
Ut irnd ptnccute thc Sout/i until derstanding and agreement.. that the pire State. Why, if you should take votes than. Buchanan and, Brccken- had'risen about'9 feet above* hlgk town weed, that grew ia aiBu ::'',. > -, t. "!
tkStk had 60ughl him with t/e Vice fifteen electoral votes of Virginia a walk through the principal streets ridge, and that your vote for ,the latter water mark, and within' 'about 10' la aroud!the jail, and aboatfiooa off /. ': :: : ) .' V. L

? shall be cast for Mr. Buchanan if he of our city you would think by the gentlemen cannot elect them, will ches of the height it reached in the 27 tb, asked for a cup of eeJfee, tM, 1--, : .::" -": : '. f-..
? .:A. Long. one of the 4Bucli gets more Northern electoral Totes number banners with Fillmore and you.not cast your vote for Fillmoreand galeof'1851. after ,the jailor retiredhaving ,,/hi&_dTUAk, V ,V "/1 \

_, Electors of this State, says : than iff.: Btlluiorc ; or for Mr! Fill. Doncjson's name inscribed thereon Donelson, if 'you find :you can ,:\V The weather for two days" preyttens first poisoned .Hseed. wit&: ,te VV;:: V I" V tt
-1 SLave uniformdy declared ax be- more, if he gets more than Mr. Buchanan that there were no other. candidates thereby defeat the'Blatk'Republican ]indicated an 'approaching storm, HoVas,discoTcred'somehours .t1, VV I

,tWe two gentlemen,(Prcmonl and in the field. V ,. or Abolition candidates,.or preventthe and onr citizens had made every pre after taking'tho.dra cllt.1Jl ;:: "V 1''. i.

man) there isnogt ound of prefer- This plan will ensure the vote of Do not believe the stories of K. N.'s election from going ,into the paration for it, consequently but lit- on the floor.in, an_ insensible I .co'ndflion. V j
.11 thtparamount issue ofslcnjry." Virginia to the candidate most likely bolt-ng ; it is all a base falsehood House of Representatives" tip damage has been sustained by the Medical aid,was bro?ght, bt V V I.
.i5*his letter to B. F. Allen ia I to defeat-Fremont. If the Democracy They never were more sanguine of I shall not cuter into a lengthy V V argument goods in'our stores and warehouses.The lie had;'passed'beyond.its roftcn. He V .; "I

jzndofthc 2d inst.] arc sincere in their professions success, and why should they not be hero to show that Mr. Fill- wharves have, sustained slight lingered' through ,the'night' ,and died V I
win-"A candidate's rtc e- of the belief that Mr. Buchanan with such conservative, Union-loving more's present position on the vital damage, but can be easily, and speed at 7 o'clock on the -ID or ing.of- tho'28 V .
cts are only of value in the abJjjjce is the stronger candidate of tho two, candidates asMillard Fillmore and question of slavery is scarcely'less ily' repaired.. The plank road' has tb.. Mr. aroche and ,the father eCthe.nnfortunato ', V ", V V

of a platform, which sets forth xvc can sec"no, possible objection to' Andrew Jackson Donelson.I objectionable than Mr., Fremont's, been washed -up for about an eigth .man were preeeet;i, I
j ji present position. Take for ex- this plan, for it will enure to their have only stated facts in a brief and that his election to the Presidency bf a mile, and a. fJW of tho culvert) his death and witnessed his'bafial lathe :: V

iM&'tlie antecedents of the Black benefit if their belief be well found. manner, knowing that you are acquainted would perhaps bring as much dan swept away, and the Now. Pert afternoon of the'same' day. WAft t., .I' :
jtyiblican candidate, Mr. Fremont, ed. Virginia will thus present an with the principles of the ger to the country as that of the latter Bridge (across the St..}Iark' rirercarried appropriate end to/a reckless, 'and VV I

Hay, arc ill Southern and pro-slavery. undivided V front to the free-soilers, American party.Yours gentleman. This has been ably away, Oar citizens have abandoned life.-Yerily, *Hhe ififot' V i ,
H in native South Carolina, and and her whole weight will be cast in respectfully, Taurji.EUCHEEANNA and conclusively dcmonatrated. by taken measures to have the 'Bridge the transgressors 3ra." \Te; sfacerelv ; r J
fcjB*the. four weeks that ho occu- 1 the cale of the outh. J .. Messrs. Long and Call. But I certainly immodiat ly rebuilt. V sympathize l :with the parent, V V r:
jj&i scat ia the Senate of the United i- What say the Enquirer and Examiner Aug. 25, 185(1.Ma. ( feel fully convinced that upon A bout 500 cords steam boat wood, and family of the dcceedwho' : are "

.. States, he voted upon several oct to this planVc shall await EDITOR :-I see the locoes are the all-absorbing theme of the Northern which''was' Jyin-sr..nt Ladd's "..wharf, clever} respectable :people, ,resfdin i I. V
"ids the South and ngainst their reply with much interest. If claiming a majority in tho West.- agitators, viz : "tho restorationof has been scattered about, a large por- in the upper portion 'of the. ,Stat ,--. VS '

i i rlh. [See his letter to Mr. they accede to the arrangement, Well i if that is their hopes for carrying the Missouri Restrictionthere is tion of which can'bo picked np again. V .StrronnaA ICa7J,.. V

.Cabell in the Sentinel July 29,'56. there can be no difficulty in carrying the State, 1 can assure them thatit no point of difference between them. At St. Marks tbe:wharves and one .' ,' : V
Bat what FlaallT'C nay of this? it into effect. If they do not we hope is a delusive hope, for with such That Mr. Fillmore is favorable to, of Ihe cotton sheds.were injured, and What. 1*- Iff the Wind. .V.. V

-I observe that Mr. Fillmorc in we shall hear no more from them of men as Fillmore Donelson, Walker and will, if elected, encourage and some small out-houses, fences, &c. Most readersare aware tbat-.Ule V V V
&; '8peecli at Albany: has advanced the strength of Mr. Buchanan and the and Baker, the American party will sanction the re-enactment of that carried away.. Ab utJ30 yards of New York Herald has for some'time V V

tfeiiea, that we of tue South would weakness of Mr. Fillmorc. Their rejection roll up such a majority; as will frighten odious Compromise(?), indeed that the Rail Rond'washcd up. been advocating tho cause of the'Re ,V V
.t fobmit to be governed by Mr. of the proposition will be the unterrilicd, and I hear the he would exert legitimate means The steamer Spray lying at the publicans. A few'flays ago, hower- V

In this I trust and believe equivalent to a confession of the prediction that the American party in his power (to effect its restoration, wharf NewPort, was 'uninjured.The er, it:give signs 'kicking ore th0 '
le is mistakcn. I have heard no weakness of old Buck, and an acknowledgement in the West will have a majority of does not-admit reasonable doubt. schr. ,Halleck,',at St Marys, traces, holding following language V V V f

i cL jcutiment.advanced even among that their boasts are six in the next Legislature, the Democrats This point is as susceptible of proofas went ashore, and is now lying across ; We have a misgiving Ohat .' .;. V
tLo have the reputation of dc- all "gain mon.*'.Riclwu-nd Whig have no chance of electing but any can be in tho absence of dir- : tho mouth of the bayou dug in 1851to many of the men who flourish. aS 'Ue I Ipub1icanJ

flHcg a dissolution i of the ,P 110:1.- ... V one Senator, and he will be disqualified ect declaration. And I have yet to go.t.t 9 Wm II. Brodie ',off.. ,A leaders are not fitted for : .V : .
irae at the'South Have claimed that Terrific Storm. by the Constitution to* take the learn.that he.has a single supporterin survey has been held on her, and she the stormy life of politics ,.. Thr: V V, I
4eElection of a Northern President( Thi? immediate section of country seat if elected. You will recollect the North who docs not regard bas been ordered to 'bg unloaded, are essayists;philosophers,and liter! ? V ; I'' ,

td-Vice President by. purely Nof then has again been vjVited; with another that in 1845 Florida was admitted ,this, as. his position-who does not which will bo immediately done, ary men-afraid strife, and. .eaisljc V "
rotes,'would be good cause for a severe rain and storm-not equal in into the Union as a.Democratic State advocate; .his election upon V this when it is thought she will be easily frIghtened If these. iEire,to 1)e', V tli9 V I

isolation! of the Confederacy; and the extent of damage to the terrible and with the.exception of one or two ground-rand who furthermore, does got off,by the.aid of jack screws rears! theparty 'IhrpBgbeaV ,*l1' .. V j
Ian greatly snrprir to find such a and disastrous' storm in the fall of Sessions of the Legislature have bad I not avow the determination to reestablish The steamer New, 'Boston, lyingabout ideas of success may be abandoned* > II.. 1 V
ttfitimcnt! uttered by the candidate 1852, but still very ruinous and dc.strncth.c the Assembly since, and what have 1 ,the Missouri lino if possible. a milo above. St. Marks, w snot .But tb y.wdl never be able to V '

(ftiat party, which'claims to be pc- to the crops. The rain they done ? 'rheyliavo created new .Now, it is generally conceded, I injured.We retain or make use of bis strength '.. V V
eritarlycommisicd to -preserve the commenced to pour down in torrentson offices to reward partisans for past believe, that if this purpose shouldbe learn that there was no data.ao unless't they find more courage than : :
Piiion. -[Sec )fr. G. W. Call's let- Saturday afternoon, and continued services, raised the salaries of many carried out, (the restoration of the sustained at the St. Marks, they'have hitherto. shown. It"will. \ :V' :

icr talfr. Cu bell. published) in the I without cessation or abatementfor I of the State Offices," plunged the Missouri line!) dissolution of the LIght House.FromVShell. bo as easy. to ruin as.it was to Taiaeit ,10 V V .' :
&eboavillc J\ciri July 26. '56.] I nearly 24 hours. The wind did State head over heels.in debt, and Union would follow"as speedily andas Point, we learn that em." V V V

Oa the other hand the N. Y. Tri- not commence to blow with much last of ull Have passed a Tax Law inevitably as if any, other dissolution considerable injury has boon done to ,On .the 3d instant that )journal : '
far-Timest Post, and tho long role violence until about 9 o'clock of the which is proxiuiating close to mon scheme of S ward,and Co., had the,cotton crop, and by tho blowing says : V :. V ',*1'.t.! V
fSlack Republican papers and orate tame night, but as it gradually 8'.Jift- i archy. Also we see Federal Officers been accomplished. V down of fences. : ",No REPCBLICAH': PARTTTMV '
!denounce Fijlnjorc as more halc- d round to the. South East, it increased 1 away from their duty receiving theirpay You will perceive i therefore V that" V V N. B. We omitted in our l last to Republican party bas vanished, like V : ;", V

fW.Ct:: .th. friends of freedom,,ajd in :severity-the hardest ,attenclng! National Conventions, I I: cannot look.to.Mr. ,Fillmore, 'even mention that the, gable ..end'oC'' 'the a free lunch ,before a Fangrjr aldet-r. V V V :
5crviciit .to the' slave '""oligarchy :blasts coming on, between six and What a comentary upon the great as an alternative, for relief from the Capitol 'was blown, ,j in, and it will also man. Some of the' pap&J"'',are' -,ea V "

&M-Buchanan.. lu the late bolter's I 5cvcn o'clock Sunday morning. It Jeffersonian Democracy,shurely! mod- dangers so forcibly pointed ,out: by bo seen from the Times, that the deavorin S"'to excuse apologize for 1 V' I
then blew torn time with great Violence extent of the damage at' St. Marks the' 'in of the tnem '
attention in Xetr York one of theKejatcs Ii ern Democracy has become spurious you as threatening the country. caving. .Republican ;
a Mr. .atcrbary said: -uprooting the shade trees in and a base counterfeit of.the name it And I have abundant reason. to be.Here'thai and New Port, was much, greater bers of the Housa of RepresentatlTw V i

Ikt days if vacilaJ have passed; Tallahassee, blowing down fences bears. The ways of Politicians are the Democratic party of than 'wo were led to believe from the who_skulked and,allowed the, army V : .

&efayfor stern and determined action and partially unroofing Mr. Ball's passed finding out, but I ,assure. you Florida, whoso representative I am vague rurnor.afioatatthio, time* Our bill to: pass wtLhont. the. KaaBt, pQ1 V'V;: '
far wn. 64/11 the Philadelphia Iflmerjwcutbn work-shop and Mr.. Brokaw's Livery that the hardworking and Patriot c in part, entirely' ncurs with me in notice of the injury to the cotton viso. It w n do,Kei1 lelJl 1-5actt.V V V. '
the American cause I Stable. 1.'hisFO believe was American Citizens irrespective_ of this view of the subject; and to reflect crop was not exagerated.-Wa/pd/a conduct.in.party men admita BCVI if V :

Mr;" prostilutid to the pvrpose of the principal damage done in town, Parties will at the ensuing election .sentiments faithfully, as-well Timt'A'V. her excuse nor appology.: Tberd : V V
4Dr3 in the nomination of Millard unless indeed some of the stores and repudiate such conduct. V V as.tbdoju3tico; to my' own convictions V IVLii was'a majority Fl I stand here to-day to re dwellings may hu\.c.sHghtJ suffered WEST FLORIDA. of right must decline pledging ''rom 4p.oridd: p wr4zr# of the'bifi i' but three of fear-wSe V 1

.k..,'tW Inclination." from leakage. The Sentinel office .. S.. my vote to Mr. Fillmore.i in either LATEST INDIAN NEWS II were in the House, skulked 'aad .'allowed ; V. J
Tksc arc specimens that govern suffered from this cause to the extent ".Bird.of a Feather Ac. of tbecontingcncies'OU have named. Several gentlemen, rcsidin-t.; the bill to pass. Tk. '8' not < I

J* itmi6s of Fillmore. _One pre.kS --wetting our cases and knockingone The V Democratic partof lliu Nurth baa pro I: assure you, anticipate: no such Green, having had occaSJon'lSlt the way to make V a political' .$fly) ( .
Wm.H. Seward, for the Prcsi- two 'important articles into pi dacvd''- 11.BOG Ueuton.!* weD fur David'leaden Wilmot u Martin Oalqsha Van A.:iiureu Crow}, result as that Fillmore will get more Manatee settlement,a few days since, Tbeym st fight'and' co-nq i'tqr;; ri V V' j
: feej'tnothcr Fremont-another if prepared for this issue. How far Jobo 1'. Hale. Cburlea Sumner, Rubvrt Buutoul electoral votes than Buchanan'; (but report(at.o.n the Jiakti River, oh down with their'drams beatih i VV j '

it Democracy don't triumph, as be4i1lmorc the storm may have extended East :man*huMU Trmubuli Y, I/'IJUMV C.U.Y.t Stuart. Wilde, James ttenj.Uuruu T*J>pau Cbu.;Ij> if such should,prove to be tho case, Thursday, the 28th ult., they found colors flying. But .the Repa bl1ea i VV :

and Fremont can sec and West' of this place, we can't 'say thnkee UaniUi llatolin, W. P.Fcweoden. A.11.Ueeder. and, the Democracy 15f this State. signs of a mule or pony;on Friday, ran away, and allowed thA minority' '
li 'can ,we what was the extent V.?JJUir. and hundred of tubers of the found fresh foot tracks" and sqv. That's' tbe.04
ofprtfa na'-t11c! day a nor say CUSS. '* should deem it fit to direct their Vote they t6 gain'the tictory. V .
l t1e 3ay-how "ire apples, d ol the damage at NewPort nnd "St. .J Some cf these men.support Buebaoao arid wtb-, in any other:way than at present',indicated oral other suspicious signs; on Sat rT of them. This is precisely. 'as.U ooghi c.

Bat what shall we say of Marks, but rumor says that it was ers nod.Freuumt.A buhL lu *-Tbej Fit urn*socite all nrraat*.'.lnb.Freo-noilers vltraitt it will be my duty and pleasure day, on or 'near":Horse Greek they to be.'. ., ;: V .. V V .,. V V .
tir cciple of tljp Buchanecrs, not Very serious, though the waters uf tbtt SOuth, V to act by their instructions., found a deer killed and two of thoquartcrS ..v ..It. ,.": .' _... .1. ,. ...
overflowed, both places, neither the Tb M are tb. roea-UOTT look at*the meuures Yours truly. cut off the deer bad been J ae B.cJuuaaa..04 1i1 .
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Xo sod pnnciple of the tfurtbeni' Bicbao 'De V V ,
.. .1&I utterance to a. shipping nor ware-houses sustained mOCl'liCY V I V .. V .. V V W. D. BARNES. t recently killed.The .. V Ha waa .jt 1w, Iii k d.; ,
i> ..tfco disloyal; to tho Consttutee any serious damage. Bel-Air, we The flew Uarnp5bireFtrIut ia: tbat the orjpo ,of the. .V.p gentlemen making this report orMidsoIQeratiHie. ; day '
: "tee of the South'icottM not learn escaped without serious injury i I Budunao M ituajoul Dcmocracr' label ou Democraej Bute saj: of,New American Association :.wlioso.V veracity unquestionable, o! Jackson.'dpQoeed!to:.war.ia' 181$ I!

ft.14 kR'orerned by.Mr.FrcmonL" incept tho addition to Mr. Jamcs.T I D3pbire. of to M/ bat Yet, they;the,are Block tu furor t>flbeeitcu Amongst.the' closing, proccdings of say that the'signs. were.made by In &";;,5 HO or tigVt*min :18* be I
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Archer dwelling more than half com diana.On. VV in favor of war in 1856.-A, W'tte ,V & V V
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attcrance of this very'senbidi Mk.tbu cbargo apiDI'u er.rd j, kuowip; it .tho_ Association\ for Advancement V V .
(,. e !, & Mr. 'tells us has pleted prostrated in ruins. The. to b*. ." V ;* V Thursdav, the 2d inst., irr.Til. tire tariff toaa in,PenMyha. J r'
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Tb, Uou Post, the Organ of the tame ; 'Science; lately,in session at Alba V f :t
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real to cotton Meadcio his.place who roied for V
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f .:**J3Csat the Surtii"tothink- damage crop ia JlajuwcbUMtU cbantcterueM tbe cb rge tbiu: lis ,, crery kufIV V
aIM tis had a tendency to drive county is at present lculatJl ..- *.U w a aLtuder upuo ttw' Democratic.t>art/ to ny, N. Y.'; was'the: nomination of officers -' which. it )will be remcmbefcdi V was, while l h.o.wa'i: in Cprigfeas; .. A. If it V I
"")"he.more moderate free-soil- It was however immc 1 e; We 'have aaj Aa that the it Detoocraejr u ui furor of"ttbezteuaiooof tb.' .GraiU,State. nur..re-" fop rth 'comt'ngyeir.' which" resulted1 the; !8C nb.of, the 14th Juno 'last, 'mot proyiso'iQan: in 1848aM." jqt !

; ;: At, support of FrcmonVi heard of..one gentleman large.pIauterdf ;irdu4*&bvc31w M./t4r1r .. aal' ctberaof (if'folio wsf President t J. W7BAILBT and discovered that Jqdjansftad bep, terror ereigrityfflkia I l .J' & ;

: &Jt i to. _have alarmed Mi.'tc1U l course' who estimates i .hUloss.at 'toe North d.tr.cl Wilt irc of Mev ent( the iiwipabire reaolres,tit adopted M 8tb ou'Benatorul the- ,of ,West ?0intf.; 'Vice 'Presi t there"the nigjt| frji us. or early in Is a brief but' faithful' ,iik O1_'Ike V ,. V 1,

: | us, bat 'ht trust : 200 bales.l Mr., Betkn's gin 2uduf Jauunrjr, i860,'aud which 'were introduecdbf dent.AIOTS of the morning,-They had grabble4some political jC9rPrJaiMV.. .. r V I
: that M (Fillmore) .is mista- house with from 25 '.to 3Q ,bags in tbo ',tbe ,brotiur" W m* F/aiiklm' Fierce of- tbdtii1,1iW&t1 r r Q'zj4 :''* i Qvi.4cI3eo11 potatqcs an4 carre4| 9Jf a,few w.b"--p i ;(th., 4J1. ;. ro-' -."r .OI. V'V V I
t : : V $, I. 'Qcqeral\Secretary Jons'IA'GOHTB 1 r"I n ; --' ; .
iuiLeard1'no such sentiment seed and. I lint room, was capsized, V ,". u,.That; 99 are oppuaet 4) to :). a41Jfit at llii3. ...a) :D'e.eerac1.I. V -; V V
:,_ ''_ the,.' which together 'vith. his loss in.the' aion ttT-ati/pew SUt into tbe AmericAO.Unwn of' Oolumbfa l S. Of,. .Pe _- "f __ urg .S gth rit..Oa, U t M V :$:1t.T'frVV.
who have '
: among tfiofe with i tb.pfuftskiii thai, sUrAf thall. b.tolerated' V
-tag' dissolution of I field is estimated at IQ te&: than 7$, V Ml MXT 14".Tfeat it i;V tbt daitj;<( J e f&cmbcnof manept i i? rtaryToEpg L0yEEING; 4'ac pf: Dr, iaT'. FeetOji W&tVtb1J1U ". V V. V
V .f'.. 1 w. I. .- -.'tb or 100 bales. .M this rate tbe damsagoiiuatbevej. bar 8Ut Lrttislatare. ,;jfb D.Ter,.tb.;iiub'tct and:a local) comm jttee'ot; ctIb of We learo.rrQ iQq9: ubtouQri-. 1f f :, ";jM ".. or
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: which : Jjeayy bow. V many: > irinflBauc9iaf 7orpf' freedom.*. "< -.'-gircU ., )QatCtOj\WhICh! Sir Wt.L&jf \\ft; th,t this':nntortanate'iefetf WI 0a0 gQrer Jj1 Pr I18i.tM..u: V VV r V
; 'Iejflaents V 1 I .r< illBorg! : ind 'nerc govern" i Is more'may haw arc4 the same fajeisnot ; V ..JuoHdTh1&boN emocra".wk4s OpIDpudic4itiuuU is'. ha chairman', & coiDmittaa,,WAS name:has'b oiae' quite r'nbtoro| s}'InGeorg. 4r fYH.f-: ..l :"B.IIit..' .f. V
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i1r sccPtho it faithfully would like to sec. .
tT efi8e1ttitorJoiig1 8 > "" _" U A extract from Mr,'Cheated letter to the 1eJ fixed a doraaMftt which 1a : .
.man'b A.li vo. tei up I
are 'sne
in Washington id'not Can n they '
Democratic Yuleo "
: : Nebraska bill, he declared that it was. in- The party : Do you not know' that ;JJIr : 4 4'.1 #
,.' Northern Denocrate I $"' V : 1.t. ., I peet aeon to tee la the F : S
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i ":. ritonea Katuaa, and Nebraska, print quail l.WJIJi4lacbu3 and ievj,' J.lA 9J. .JDoca n ot reusal III W"

""'. ,.i.: ;- ciJJl t of.U1 ompromisc measures nrelgnt1.,of I860.Jte "., ,mine sentiment L c8 b at r9ro K ;%'?* k-jo-%wnlA Ire SottthcriDaino d J and ihitSn Yuieea.W,was only made : r of, T' 7fair:,: an4 'honorable. .\ ,gro_ fe.Minnesota Utah., 'TiL ptMexico,national r pony M! .tog fJR"" I:I jour erterprae ttd,.rpewrirOfmacl ; vbLawk .' 'ae\a.i'. -. '..L..t"

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.---....,:. application in i850\had'excluded: :the sacrifice principle:'-eacrifice the Sontli. to give *in'cxcuse.for 'pgtie"lC9> of .t1ou3ade bi the : 4e- them Freedom! r aboutfls needful,and. I 'thetilwri.&obt.k

;,::';..: : Boom".from. CaHfornia. *. Although the that Abolition may be 'appeased, and a. the land.? Was not tins.; "plan! agreed,'up feat Fremont show the.ithdy' .>fe attefflpting -: aboitt\ ;?3 feasible fis'> national party 4. a iiflindign
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: ;;:':' Bouth. m :JS, O d repu4iateditnctd e- t.Kpoils-dispcnsin 'pariy bc'ued Ito- ri mph: on4ii4t1ke4 OTcr..between 'yourselfand; : .to practice a, mizerablefraudmpon] the keep JIaIno for freedom.. And Kansas 1- they .dewrve w ; ,,:i
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:: : Bounoea. '% uaWer sovereignty,} )ct,<. in ', Ll- 'house on'.the.night before old.line.Whigs of,Florida? Most assordedly Let that''tbused;and profaned soil ,haVe ton ol((the g e4 mca bf IJ"
Yulee at
'.:( ', '1854, when: &came doctrine,was engraft-. rp.1tbl t.nti. S Mr. your l''*' If Mr.V 'Yule re 'it does.: Notwithst4dg ,that Fremont -S calmwitho tits Borders; deliver it'over Although I_oppose Jot& in l iilt"

- .' V d'upon'the fcil I'| .organizing V tljtf Tcrrito- .ilnrib lt homadoh'bId .. 'avowed'abolftionist- V to the natural laws pcacffuf and st>ontancona > still your friend, wnLtraut .I. '

-. ;V., ;nes of Kanai> and Nebraska. coupled with ally wished to'buy these. 'lands at'the old is ana 'open'and immigration i take off the rutfian i last -- L.
the to
one
-- '' -l trlftorto Soutfc:nd the Candidatp attempt to
V V V the repeal rof 'the Missouri _Compromise V -' VSV It' prices,.why did- he suggest the 'propriety .r\ .. hands, triko down the,rifle and the boW! ,
: Vin4ic4ivt
. V line, her Representatives in Congress sup- 'JACKSON. VILE. >calling the Board. together for.the purpose for the.Prcsidency of a party sworn to rpb knife; guard its strenuous infancy and der that a i'1IiJ1'W'aiified. .

V :: ported the measure,- and her people' acuie8ced ... of these..lands withdrawn' .from "he.S uth.9( justrighta; ', d'.t9.murr youth till incomes: ofag; choose' for It* _S V. '. ..". _

\ V in it. What' was, the cause oitfiis 17 1856. having these .Buchan self and it will.chooso freedom for itself 1 Brat kD 'J'Oii i
$ S ? The' is Wednesday, September. .. market or.tho prices raised ?, der !her people What .
it chooses.
t' startling change question V thatMr. Fillmorehas and. wjll have: .forever. pnan boy wfi withotit '
will tell
:.j V answered-. repeal of the Missouri -.-FtT.I'D1ur.., .eiiAT. 10T ,lm me;St..is our If you honestly .thought the prices of Electors you When this' policy, BO easy, simple .and educatjo and 1DOD91a41(MM

S V V Compromise I line,:and the hope of securing authorized *:Wnt! 'and,for cu1Iectiuga.fl cibtaining Subscription moniva doe-lhu and 1 the lands too low and wished to raise' 'no more claims to.Southern.8U: port just is tried and fails,. it, :will ;bo time toineet .contend.%jth y h V

*;-. -aruura,lave State. But for this last office dTcrtuemcnf in.New York* : :C i*y.15T" '1 them, why did you .not come'out honestly and is no safer for the South than Fremont 1 enough 'to*resort to revolution. It is, i inpart frowns of an unfriendly'Vory-, a4{.

., expectation,,tho South,never would haveaccepted : -- withoUt And why?becauscMr; ;:Jillmore nas urn* because the dutyotprotectiou to, the gratified see.tWat01I have tin*r.fai
and tsucVatri I
nuTcnisottmniborixed I "csorting
:: < V' the Nebraska bill CaptE. ApcnUtMiddlcburp. say &o MissourijCp'mprpmise l focal settler was, not performed that the !. utnphed. V i:
BUck Creek- 'to'rcccirc.tnd receiptfor paid that the repeal:of the *
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ply
:V :'t. Now, what,was.this principle of"popu. all moneys due this Office. in that section.. -.as this. to give you'an. excUse. ? '. Democratic |parly haa already by the action Your ; .

lir;; sovereignty," ,as expounded.by Mr. If you- ought' :that:3Ir. WALKER had bas re-opened,to a fearful!extent bf iti great representative nvc ition V V .V FriQd(/ ;- V .

'%., V TXmnlas, and asserted by the 'Nebraska :Re: .istanc to Tyrants-Obedience to God. sold some of thee ,lands top.low in 1853 ,,the agitation of tho.slavery:question. tCSOlYClVtO put ont of office iU owu administration. **

. I. : Kilt. :, The language of,the bill IF, that to of character whom Can,old line Fillmore whigs be indeed to That I lesson will nit'arid must We'must thank thb friend lorttfel4
a gentleman high '
V
: 4. h coplfo(the Territories should "be aids voto'for' these Buchanan Electors*when not, be I lost on anybody; The country words and assure him.hat we do,tet IM
have since made one ofyour onspeculationwhy
V i free to form their domestic institutions you
own demands that before it the least
Congress, adjourns, dismayed. We thtll ,
'they refuse to accept the propositions a toBtiaM. k.
S
i subject onlyto the Constitution of did you wait 'ti! 1856 that lilt docs time
. Territory
give
: peace. the chosen.
. 6f fove:for pursue course for, tosnrif
Iti'its.'professions
t1"United States. Mn Cass,.and other before you said anything about it, A-notc- party, sincere will;inevitably giveit to freedom." JKgardlcsa
: leaders of the Democratic further its'efforts to dfefeat Fremont of the maehinatioiuiof wci-
: party, conntiyhonestin
I did all'about the sale at the
iny as you ( The friends of the present Administration -
(: ierplain' the doctrine as follows : The people V V '? Their excuse i is not only! an insult Of that meet WB/, Paft90D.Djit',.v 1' .
,' the time it icdi\inadef\ ((If there'arc: ) will doubtless feel.is
f : of*Territory are sovereign, and, V any not now to speak but whea toe
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FillmoreVWJiVbut _
I Act of i the Territorial -4uJ L .Ir' believed there ,was. to old. line. ; ; a gross of when )learn that llu-
r' I Congress organising 'L14l4r_ :; ,J'1 you any corruption pang sorrow they V shall Lave "
who loves comes we plenty to
) :- I V Government is a recognition tongre, in said gale, why did you not remove' !insult l to every Southern patriot fus Choate joins the Buchanan. party fur MJ. 'ji..

( :' ; V of that, sovereignty.' The only limit to Mr. WALKER from office? and why'did his country better than party. 'V the, arpwcd of, crushing. out their leave him for thc present to eajoy tk

;_ sovereignty is the Constitution of the : :To talk ,about a National Democratic purpose b? ssna of his. company.. Of Mr..Swu,
I United,States as expounded the Su you allow-him: to'be re-elected,tnthovt opposition own.President. 'Does he speak the truth hawk l little need aiJUi
* by is absurd and rid en1.ous. There is of nothing be
V premeCp The direct conclusion from ,. in'185-1 ? 'and why did you i immediately party 'when ho says'".M t.lkmOCTaticl'arlllaaialrm.dl
such now, in [existence. There Standing,as he doc, with one fix*Ii"
party
k njch ,premises i and, which 3Ir. Cass and appoint the gentleman" wliom no : by'tJutactlotiofits: great rtyrescritatirc -
Would rather than
of in the parfywhich we censw k.'i
V is principle democracy grave
: Democratic party repeatedly asserted, it made of staff?
V was one your ,. (Convention refoleetl to pill out of
TICKET. jt
;. VV ", was;; that after the passage by Congress of AMERICAN these is now struggling for place _and endeavor to tumhis tnocghU avij
If cannot answer question it
its Adminittratwn because
V you office own
,the'Act: orga sing the Territorial Govern- FOR PllESlDENT, power. It is but the fragments"the. once all sublunary things to a matter
whether do
perhaps can V answer' has been faithful the South. bo-
you to Such
you
S "ment. Congrct8'should not interfere, inV Millard Fillmore democratic party-a clique who have will benefit him iu the tot fo r dietuf--'i.
not feel a little.humiliated that tho Governor great the all
any.manner,With the Territorial Jegis1a.tiOD. ing case,.we.arc notat. surprised to .
ELroa and the administration a vast 4alniOTCthaflhtjlntadOTtI i4
or SEW broken down repudiated
And the great merit claimed by of Florida has been detected as the see day ,good and tree democrat/
!Pier 'and''nrc every others to i injure u*. ,Poocf.lI.< tes i:
) in Gen. now.court
them favor of the Nebraska bill was, VICE PRESIDENT author of such.a communication as that (; who have become'disgusted with Buchanan
-S. that it put an'end Congressional inter the rote md"t sof:soaping"oldlino forgets acts of kindnca.'
Andrew J. Donelson. signed Marion.". ing foreign .democracy/coming :out and V djc bring -_.O __ _- .
V vention. It was a, direct pledge to the i 4. :
'
that
inthe '
VV 5they
V V OF'TEXXCSSKK. V .whigs hope may for Millard Fillmorc. V J Ve publish to-day the letter.Ufa
V and to the South .
counry,, especially DEATH OF A FLORIDIAN.Albany .
whose character and.institutions had, for FOR GOVERNOR. V V The (Ga.) Patrfott comes to us once mortf. thrust"their avaricious paws into ..._ Brics! I the Buchanan, Elector f*; tkH

. V V SV k twenty years, been assailed! on the floors David. S. Walker, clothed in mourning for the death of its the public crib Wo repeat again that Thc following e pp xilov( the peopleof West. We hope{> the bid line SgNE '

& Congress, that henceforward Congressional V or LtOX CO[ Tr. Editor and Proprietor JOHN W*. WOLFE. this ".foreign party" have:not. only repudiated Florida, coniingfruni General EDTTABD ""wS"wi11 read itahd then rod an arti&we

; agitation should cease. The only ., tho of the Nbsh'bihl is' that addresses itself to
FOR.CONGRESS. principles HOPKINS, one copy" from the 'list Charleston:3tWC3ryx
He: born in Jefferson Florida
;V arbiter over Territorial legislationras to was County. but they havo repudiated and trammeled the heart of: truo:Elvridianj. and it'bOUId.111CCt.witIi '
;
M.. Baker every which shews this modem 1.-
: be the Courts of the United States,- James in'1833, and was at his decease the up
V couxrr.ELECTORS under foot thcir own President Srliose only a ready response. V
V or courubM ] its true coloic. TWjfcrcvfy
Right or wrong, this was the agreement 2-llh.ycar of his age. He removed toAl- acan cocracy'n

V thisfhe compromise.If : bany in the early part of last and became criuid',was devotion to d.cmocraHc.lr'in. We cannot be unmoved at the atrocities, is one'" the ablcUjcurnals I

the principle; that the inhabitants of W. W. McCALL. 'JOHN T. MYRICK, joint editor of ,the Eutnot year, and afterwards ciples i ond.:."eTCD how,ready to sacrifice :committed upon peaceable! emigrants from in the South,a ias..
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a Territory' arc sovereign, be correct, then J. J. UXDERWOOl sole editor and.proprietor. the,Sou\$" ipT he.sake of the.spoils. :the outh, for the b.Qpo 'they chcrisb, under to''maintain its timc.honorcdprim-"

any interference by Congress with their FOlTASSEilDLYilEK: In:supportof these: assertions, we take I .constitutional. measures, to give to The".article. i :hcaded TADeG

V legislation that an outrage. It will not do SAML.. BCFTIXGTOX. I I''W>!. W. HULL. We knew the departed :in years gone the following extracts from the'last Charleston r Kansrs! thq.conservative institutions S their, 'aiirf tie fhntfc" ..
I tosay .frauds'were perpetrated at the by,ere manhood had ripened and strengthened Party
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I V elections.. Admit. it-b. who is to ,inquire American Committees for Daral County into its uscfulncs 1 d."pQSif1 pri'upon 'Mercuryt. 'il leading Democratic I"section! cnjoyaj; :and.we.should a'low these V ...V- '

into them,.or rectify them ? DocsCohgress The' following named gentlemen eumpuae the j journal'of, South Carolina;"and wt beg a1t! generous impulses'of pur nitnrc to afford p .NoTKrn
I ever into the Committees of f tLc American Party orih tatjr.Ctmu tKo.stage OfVIIfC' affairs-when heart responded ,sWo the nnnewijrTcd,at thin a4
j inquire regularity Their J'vlt Office nddrcs is Jacksonville: V old line whigs arid democrats who.have the aid and comfort to our brethren, who are ..
of elections to the 3tatc to heart in the pulsations of Gen. R. as r C .
Legislatures ? No Cnrrttpondiny Ouinmittct: warnj Hopkins,acting
thelJuchanan and
least i idea of acting i with fire sordAnd repine.:
by
: : it do of the .ulnL Bcrnxcrox, and party pursued for volunteers! foe ti
-. SV more can so elections of a Territory F. C. UARBKTT. quick impulses of :YQuthful compan too raising
V V : ;" V if .the. Territory 'is ..sovereign. UENJAMIX. Uorkixs JAMCS A.EDWARD.:Corp.Executltt A.' DeCorrE, ionship., But even in boyhood were manifested in this election, to, read them and! re V It' ,is in'our.power to say'that'this movement the county of Duval, IU"p ttuUt,
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n '..' Tbesepropositioni! are too plain' to need and riyildtce CammtUtt: those noblo ''promptings' which flect. Hear ihcLMercury says: so farasitsconcerned, all persons-friendly toony the emi

V V; V elucidation.- .Suffice it td 'thy that the WILLIAM D. WAHD, WILLIAII II.ALSOP.'VACCHT "And, 'whrai we,.consider tho.kst. 'and i pne.of generous. devotion'to tho South,; .U meet'*\ th o. Court JI f*"
NATHAX ; 4i
LS V V ; : Nebraska bill meant this, or it meant Uauu BowDKf,JOBS' L.V RIPLKT. within the sphere of, hishome and ac. greatest question, where tKo Democratic ) at stie| personal sacrifice: ,of great pecuniary city, at S o'clock P. 3L, on Jl jtU;

V nothing. ,4.'Squatter Sov regny" was quaintancewiil leave his memory a bright party,? Six'years' ::aO.the; South' was consideration\ This w the, spirit whichwOJlOlieVil 22d fast V I, SWART. VV. &' (

this, or'nothing. And so Mr. Douglas -MuJ.,J. Underwood UnderwooJ'M, Elector AppolutmenU.J will address the citizens star in thatbrbit'of love. spec ,Thq ejected .from California by the .triumph of the F 1IOPKI. VV -t

V ; and-the Democratic. party taught us to be. of East and South Florida at the',following' j journal which ho conducted d bears'its truth. squatter sovereignty." -_Two years,ago; characterize entirement. iJD 'r ,' \Y. ir.I .S4\t1fP) J
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.. Jieve. and j. I ., We J love'our institutions for we .
times plaewj that same doctrine, coupled [with the,ropcal ; V -
V ....... ... 1. ful testimony to th.Q piety,- unswerveriug V ;
< AlliJt8 r,.... Sept. BITV KY'hend..u
; 5155Wht t'Jiave we seen ?' The Territorial Xe\1'ol1c5Yillt"........ ** .................! 2. ; of the.Missouri Compromise line, was !see in them the land of PrpvriJence which .,
I ;:V Legislature Kansas pass laws, admitting G"in8Ti1h'. ....'. .4 .........i..i.. ....'" o.llicanopy. probity, and conscientious convictions by engrafted,upon the Kansas bilL Itwaa j is to conduct'us ,through .the quicksands %ftiJX4'.r "e4Sw'a2 .' T.
". and therefore ....,....... *........... ..k.. 4. which he was 'guided''thcse virtues con the'deliberate act of.the Democratic ainr4gi. wa 'bam M r.Ji4'Ji.
and crowning
' protecting Slavery, I Courthouse.... .................. C. 4 (agrariapisin.to,a, static; republicanism, d'ol-ScrufuU, iLeiLILid,isJJckIe.E.FI. ,
V V obnoxious to Abolitionism. And what is I S.ea.-t.llc. 'to.
:; : V the course of.Mr,Douglas, and other,Democratic Tampa,.:......'..... V....e........:....I ........ hjs 'path, as i t..., But il muted ua.sf ei4 }11 tnjt #* *
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: ellonville.......... ;....... 13Ad th its' :if I lion of tho. of t VTn
.- leaders Congress;r. Six years ago, a man' e. ...'..... .......*..:<.......t.:. 1. shadows, to.be' isp rsc and',banished.by hope principles, faithif'uhlliniun. .common heritage the.Goepel.. c y. to IM r.lhuft&a.-tiun dcttb._ .: ,.
when, under the'same prnipe..of.} pop- Ocii A,......."....*.:. :: ..;...;.......;... 1 r. timed, would secure Kansas to'slave la- Tho confederacy of.this.Union! of States :j is .. ..Uxh!OI. .". .
: : pl& sxrirereigjafy,'' Abolitionism in California Pilatk...e........... V .....,............. 19. the ,emanations of his presence. None bor. Bui what have wo seen'?'rln! the of ek.r-cter..tt. ...ic:1acr.fcw prciil I 1aI .
)liddlebur...... ..V II '......... ... .... 20. j alone interested gpreading: the area of la b.pun..d friend-espeiat h'
knew him .
'V'; excluded the South from that magnificent I andarin; .......... ;.......'......*..>' 21. but to !love. him-none named teeth of repeated'pledges on the pfrt'oflt i 'liberty upon -such principles formed nlI&kcr''bcr.p.ac ojiIskd Ui .

V V *domain, and she protested against : JackionTiUc.-\...... .. ................... 22. him.bu tQ praise;'* and the; crown/of.his leader,:in tho faeeofthe Nebraska'act it1self ;' DeM.Firm..ca frail otehini YI2
.. ...... 'their bbncf of If then co atftaW.tttLer
it'the leaders of :the Democratic NaaauCuurthouse, 23.Johiirillc I which conferred 'tic fricntlshij). we are .1.
party CuI. Ctt.. "' .V....... ....2-1. rejoicing on High will be.worthy beset sovereignty upon 4 ..wiUWtirawrrdl ". Jck'hi
sustained 'the principle, and sanctioned NewRivcrMch.inneyl', ......... 2ft. hands with;the Territorial Government, and removed true,to the UuToi,: taet people; f Florida. from U*. 'I M-.Qr .l'

our exclusion What, we_repeat, is their White, $ Springs,...... *', ...... 23. by angel tears tizatfallaspb' them beyond Congressional interference- ,should not let this opportunity" pass without error-then D h* cheerfull/jieMid.aii.1 jffun. II.*4i"***Sj*vl 7f
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lIon. \V.W )ICCALLEaaterli Elector" "'iliac. from the casket' of'surviving vft(4ttbcsnbJec1
V course,:when the people of Kansas, act in the face of,all this/Mri' Douoijls, and -bat Gorf, ia Iatm"t **-*
comr>ang.llul.-UspEawoou.: nod addres*the people V I "giving.a ready and.suGcient. rcsponsa Jtfn' pnMuii* ; >
!ngund: .the. same doctrine, pass laws at' |llMpl VV III f the plstee[ I il*bove|| | 'IIIIIIKll tioin. V pthcrs high in Democratic influence, have ivmoi{ seKUofoudr raYer40 LhnMyVweWnieaI .
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L slavery comesforward dctuallyjpropoaed to repeal the. Territoriallaws l ll will"
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with. his"Faeiflcation, bill V l of Kansas and thus down its upon us. :;: : ,a
- V bill which in the ,.Keep it Before tho,People What Jeffersonian ..Democracy : V f V V" dcIotIi ;
: teeth of"popular Over- admitted sovereignty bcn. athConptssion- V
s'. 5; "t, igniy/-in the teeth of the Nebraska bill Bj reference*Cf.ion of the the Senate Legislaturewhich Journal of tlieailjonrocd conrened ).. say,!when,they learn that'Governor at intervention. "They.have.written, with V IAT-ronT! liz.A, K Th.V' .Wb'aDd$!gu4t'V Ood WM thy ti@ V ,.th1, f.;

V V t4c'lfTepeakd whole statute of the Tcrrntorial at Tallahayscc i>o the iJCth'Nnfembcr. 1655, Broomo has: acftially'descended from his their.own.hands,condemnation upon'their V V Septe1I bcrl2'1850.r. J Jk V 'uTe thc i.tonk 'ibee: i il!;V V,

! V V 'V. S J Legislature. And this, measure, paged tho Whir 87 81ul10l.Senator it from will'JuckwmCou'iitr be Keen that CuI.,1 and M rrick now, high position, =iH GOt.emorof State, to own act;*they have i repudiated; .w st .Tdtl PlO k'O!FlonJ : V' S ft iee' .' ..rAud :'

;: eoflagtaiitinithvioTation ofthcjiizt uf' \ the Fillmore Eli tur for West Florida, intrtiduced dabble l .in' 1 politics? Would' 'they bar believed vaunted doctrine of.the.Democratic party: .! ''Kansas.necayaid':, and we shqultTgivc de.Jtlitaa.D'a1Lt:'a' 1M 1aT1tV'V ,
' .: iered pledges of the and rranluftms: ttralniM lh, <> '' VCV j
DemoCratic'party a preamble : ; sovereignty.1'. The principjepfthe.NcbraskA .cf.ecL :
'V this measure "Congressional in- price rf the tar lt lelnnaloy.to. the Internal Ja. whentlicy: placed J .htm i in thQ'Executi our !'assistance. I therefore' propose to .V V V V V 55 '. ..f1I
V 1'ttinl, end tlat Cr l. JJ. tie ct, upoo.whichjthaDemocratlo raise dnolinndred'yeliable'metf:
pntiemtat > < lerry ve'C ir li.'lie i and.I&vc No t
', ,: tervention/Vand the of'a could ever degradeit hid P r bit1r
laws claim
5 repealing. Jttnoeratit candifak for Gttrort voted 41oJiJl': ,party: ;its to Southern support for that distracted
V the
-" proHslaveiy Territorial Legislature-actually tiit a&ptMii thus i:4ai. V so, much as to be guilty of writing an- V' eoTihtry, so soon is- UB.Ukf'1lr_m't.

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V cr .. Kitp it If/art the l'trpl'fh D. Walker. tnt} "popular .sovereignty/ means; necessary for 'their transportation( toner*that h.K.soM mitnnwaaxioaa W* '*
V :passes the United States Senate, by the.AnttricaD' candidate. for Governor, iI,nan or onimous communications, attacking the but anyth1ngVhiaAbohttonm its wildness and subaistance U raised.jQther : S t-r all$ lbo*.Iodfbt d to kte.II "
V J the vote"of the'Democratic party vand ofgpathcm the Trustees of: the Internal lutprrcment Fund motives of suchmenas'Djym S. WALK- ,'would make:it. When pressed by : Southern forrard and Mttte tHrir aecnanta j' .-*
i and did rote,with'II. 1). Vipyaffainit raising:the : members of the Confederacy bneb w1.1 be',4 ia the'j1l4.olCt1l'JJ
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-; V V ,is a etill'.lower .. the. n.t1m.cnt.'ot. the'North, its.Northern. 10.1CftiI'-
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; V prceo( thnieVIanis, V BE 0 understand'too his recent : flmQVWV. in ,thismatter: TexasbyJegisktiveenactmeaVappropriated v&ua w1 f. dalj: *
V ,deep, with an effrontery 'beyond eonilr. Keep it for ike PeopU-That C 1. Perry by supporters.arc willing,to swallow:all theirpledges buAl1..hopes hd 1.b fltlia will. be
V V *! Ait the of Col. visit to, mpa.wl8inbr of an electioneering : : fifty, In r.an Ibusrwbo ., b4S1hIIL \
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V : .Do1OLA8'inhislatc speech tote agattut adoption MyricVs rr o- and instal again ,the dethroned 11'ftfIpoDdcct
: V *- lutlotis almwM that lie wf. ,/<*'*r of r raisinjr J the i tour thousand dollars for this,; purpose* Carolina : epL 11"1 T.fJJ1t -.
;; even vauntii that.the;Democratic nators price of those lauds, the pbjct of which would\ b, ; thananythiogelse.; irsiich" be idol of Conjjrcssipnanegislatibij l : .And: a ,and Georgia 'have.'oplpniej* already ,..
V } f' |rercwilliirg: ip reneal the obnoxious laws, to prevent the po-ir "meo of our State.irom.pur* the fact,wp suspect thatVMarion: spared Representative from South Carolina;aloud there-JJouisxanau thrqwfngheriofluencci WfWparlrcr Wt. .:, *3glTMTB.

.1 while the i tee Boilers resisted it for chaftine!tand.; 7 -.* advocate the ; i .U.HIEtf.takM-r. 1N fit uyl.LtA tSfi.
pol- no. .pains injure Ir i in \ amp ;measurej; iV'Tduno '
tho
WAI.IQER iiito
.So1th.FJ9n bravo
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\Krepit2foreaetr#>p7*-That D. S. Walker .. ; scale. Jho }(isaonrianqt olJbia city aD'Urn eSSeraU :
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!iflcal effect :Mr.\liuJNTzR, of Virginia, and }I. D. F*p/. tnenibcra IIr tha .,hoard of Trus- Vflll! isuch conduct sustained 8t11110 t r lathe: downward, pathallinupOiuJ'hc thus r have.borne the Bruntx>f tho battle /). ttwt rid.be baa ItJI4T' S D.arber. t ?
S I idopls the Cfimof; 1CW.: And; .Mr.. ORB, teen, voted against'rutting the price of. tboeL uds., : V .'President strangle theJudp; f ; :d..r.. to Mr hat B,Canof."*" .. S
S f South'Cu6linjiirnoi -Herpds!' all]J, by and' by their rotes prove lheo>!eJre tu be VV friepds by ttuj people? we.think..*.o /and if wp art ciary; that fanhticism/xna iWapjjeas Jl, against; can ul.c-ddd i and.shall wo t look on* wi1' t..n times-.e_.".. ureqIV" ,."
to the poor set tier I in ourLate.V V V : and! 80? J :exhausted': .line :11.b.s b,. S-4
: tavokiriff; cefriUY4 intervention tran- ... .. VV V no.i bdly Deceived.) t t nloif FlqriiU!I. i 'These aendi caU !"ie.ten'l &' .
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V ''" V !i' W"itdgdand jiiryfor the escape "ofU -4\PI. .. ..OJR'rnE. . TS..,...' ,, ...' will enter tieTr| .solqnin, prptes t agiinst.allsuch which no true Southern':.mauveanty i iise4to s%tho:rutHlesi foe who, r 14t
: ; V; ;: '4mioB malefactors in j Kansas 1 Ir Cot"WlW.McCALt. the American _ct' lit r d sr fm d. J"Aboli&h Temio 1j Te pats :ted,! -
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:\ ,'Ctd VpfpflnC1plC: o further. the the foliovingpIacMt East, will address the people of bol" parties, at October.V V V V f V'I..v !*.- i .* .JI.r it.iI t the p1 oar and robcAndndnd.btLtUWhomeVr '" \ V THE .ItWANfr :iiIi'; '-$

V 1iis ttk doctrine of popular'soTCrcignf i ; *' ... V T *.- Houth while 'the'Demo ilt.t Jg1T .8..AeisLA't4b
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V t llYr r"- dOn orro" invites itfjt -< M ... ..' 'f 4 tiLmornWi Ifccpmefrom reliable l bthlFihi fi aiielfc,frawkd of her 'and 'HIAWATHA.K '
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, :: Miner call Emdiouuio1fayited j.:!1. VV V '. source }afcd'w!: t frthef:m i&ie jh *" i* *- *" disposed.&Q.. the aeaai,1 frwHfe uarrHiow of tkr I***,N WI J Jj M S Ill!.
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= .r.1t1 iierv, as alabaster* Haay f t5l1a1tl i A : 91 S S !,"
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EB SSSaI ofwhidi is cleared breath is bad, andt&V t .i".iun 0! l..Wu.1 p. !i .1.- .. "
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?s. !ns4 cDadiiiu fur a S d. 'will, never men- S :Jt ot .=. c. : rUn' : \
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." & t l\n uct ba blik To be : of&. *''BALIS'*.*,on 1OUDDIr1ULlTnY. ACADMTLOTTERVv ..J 1 '. J"' .r. !'AUGUSTA '' 'Jso'Ie..1"Ca 'Ii

!: 1IIe. AIJo' a JMa tin teeth.night,and m -J.sf tM"e f, :FLORIDAALAR4.MA/ iaoe tesc..iLuoILI-r; / S ..: H

k flit..1' 4ftcl MlI"'t'. "S wffl last a.Jft :' 1.3Qt.as,. *! 4 '
:IS cl.ed.flHumIct1and f17 rich r M' -" P E*: WILLIAM:HEATH.. "fixtt New:fork, r ..WIIlIAItYe'l'8rr.4', S :Sr Ii
treck & S UJI.IIb\ S Fulton.Market....*r a/cbrfc*qiality.*a ; ','
ill. '.Id..kG.D, I&D4 baaS br the.BALX' 'To'be Prawnln the City of Montgomerj Bbts amf Half Bbi? ,10 BW.CL..r..nrioa=' .; 'i i1', "drl'.l'i' .' .,.:. S.-" '\"
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; family dweIflbsdI ." It will : Bacon ,Caron. ..oraatenbirs,. 8&a, .r -.. 'ri '
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.d 1"P Alabama --in -
public bit a. ., "
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ttc31.r7 CI4I..bu kJitir from the skin, 4'. '. .Chei .
; -.a .wU ..t'I"tan : .bne. Wet* towel September 12th,1856, ?' r.lI .IUU.tt. "'!'"At.n'. N'DiJ ed paaaaretW sfci&t to W hottrs..i .1i .. .'S'.
few mUes. &bt wub the free 'Friail" _Jatyt.I8H. "i.1. by, ,.. aod goh oft '
: _. .I'. cl II&a nd etnt! "sod *. E, HAVANA :PLAN. : degaat Iiletta:; H14

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.. Ij"el itiiti.tetheB1t a1J. ""odS.it", tbe oDtt it WiD EASY. SAil sijiIJ.Ull. S At- Northern Prices '=. : .'::. :r4t ,>

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ti'ta. 71 Iake14 tbLeCtU* .ro I! in either of warm.'BALM or ) ... Earnest LtewOod,;bjr':Mrs.- CatoJbt. 'Le*, ,.. : 1AM&* .
.-ze' tbOaa du11a. caaIa } "drops "PM.rayaUe;jrJl ttilJt1Vt.'Iiulll Beat, i.v S* '_. .. 'fOO 'IS 4. .
rnbtbe
beard sA3IU1:1LxITcu.r.: ; -
.ppl.1 toUtn M1sMerreyatsets,45..' i' s. a I1 t1'00 5 .t: ....
: fit 6fl 'psrtie1i soft lather, tnneh S-- julfps3 11 1IZO.4VIJ.W rut' :>
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Hertbatb. '
hook cf Mrs. :
UOYKl Bmnef -
U tJttlZEi new }: i I.na S S .. .
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Price AMOU.HTIXO 0
''ad8UZI'iUe.Eo; 11. abating only. Susan the Fisherman's Dangbter1'yofa. r ". S .
1 J' iifle. b" Jt .1&Q r For Florida. *, 5'S'S'Sj
ttS DREW The Tanglf town Letters by the author of -">* -1. i

F ; *%2Ib& 1 1 }' At the C. Book Store, wm be distnboted according to the followingS Record ufBnbbleton'Pariah,1* -. ,,3t5, ;.;anf'. II In .& MtIf:
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Maitland Zaidee .
Margaret by Ute author of
13 l'alaf "
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ot1ce. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. j( -5
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t.the 8nn of trkhnst 1 p 1 Prize or.,.........50,000 Ia.........$. .OOO Conquest ol Florida by Tbcadort Irving s. ltjTb < "'
idcbtec do .. ..... .25X.O is. ...... Son f of Hiawatha, .- ly THE fH.
JacksonviIe, ..U pIcue! call 1 J* 1 ( ,.2 .00Q AToam. _,STEAMEST. .j .
'? A4Jus d .04 accounts imntediatrly t iSdo .........15,000 i.........15,000 Tbe Myth JQiawatha,by- U.B.Scbboleraft ''J.1. -[ >, (..," S
_.a r ...ii firm h-* been du 10 I' Eyelets for fastening 1,: do ............10,000 is.........10,000 W&dowBedolPapeu, *- ,1S5 .. ';.*"..';T + : 'Ii'.;"
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K. Adam*, ooe of the IvO for '1 do .........,..,.6,000 u.......*...6OOO SDarrowpraja Papers :> j.Ql .
; ...of Jwfca be clwscd immcdiateaaJ spools Bed Office paper; 1 do ......:..::..:)000 is......_,._.$.000 Alone The Hidden Path each S.. 1 25 ..rKj""I''if { '; fit .'. 'S .
IDU Taw .c
bisUcs ; ; Commin Hunters' Life ; .
--.w ....... among Elephants S -
1 du ..... 3,000 ia..3O -
.l Ibereutr Cf1..thcr'D can stillj.tykfo .4 ; retU Music nf'cards Pape, for: The the Z do ..........,...1QOO,, 'are,.........s.t I aad with other colored Wild illustrations Animals, In South.Africa,' : C A It ,0 Ii I N A .: '_

ucd witU all kind vf 4* Blot 10 do ...,..;......t.$00are.......i..5.000 S 1.:4 '"
-.f6d" tb w5*Old Call illlLDd 4 in" Paper and;small 80 do. ..............iX( ) are.S2,0; I Victoria or the World Overcome" by Caroline L. n.! .cOsETTEB.iJiJ" .
** large .............. .... Chccscbro, ; 1 .
4 }' ) Oil Paper File-boards 100 do !OO are .... MWO WILL resume her regular t ."the usaoe: SS
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_"J-tdns. A. n. DC''SE 4ct.&pt.1'6. 4 Invoice APPROXIMATION PRIZES. leafing SootiWoA ;._TV.UU.1 .., .
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S ; m. 4 paper and Cap si%:. 4,Pris of e 400 App.to$50XX> prize are$1,600 SBOOKS FOR ,YOUTH.The the 22th in.U at baIt pad two ocIockPnJ '
4 )) : C.DREW. 4 ..4 553t0 04 '25.000 prize are 1,200 B\llonn Travels pf Robwt Merry and bs! every TUESDAY'at tho same timaabe wil1s. .

viI1eIuLuC1.TE ,. 40 ) Ocean Si near Bay. 4L 250 *'' '15.100priieartf !,(&> Young Friend*, by Peter Parley, 1,00 for Jad AOn..i1Ie. PicoUta,and Palatkv and. .U><
.latklOB l\.cvo $ 4 : 17.1 10.000prizearo' 700 Adventure Gilbert.Oo-ahead. by Parley, 1,00 'other landings oa the St.Johns JliTOV %*
aK'd'botc Ticket NIs 4 nO" 6.000; COO STAGES 'at the '
pUeea.BSOMd.wUi
I"1ao'11 1'Ii.. prize are Tbe Wonders Science, or tbe Early Life connect -
fort G iccs Lottuj, WiLl 4 .. 12.1" 6.000 roo ) and other (
II tM 1 prize arr Young Alligator Madison jaterior ta os
5.1 65: Humphrey DaY1,bJ lIeorl,11. '. ,
sJaIai..nIb L. TICket.AfOTUICARY. BY C. DREW. 4 .4 1,00" 2.000 prize are 400 hewt .' a a.. 1,00" East and )1iddteFItriJa8L.1', ciTa t
hALL Graham is unusually 4 5" .5.50" ,(prize are 80 Cottage Architrctnre; folly illost rated,. 2,00Irving'i oo the Oalf of Yexieo.i i .. '
.I Jacksnuvillc K. Fla.tr Sc\'eralur the 4 'a 70 M '1.000 prize are 2S0 Life
Itt.1S. The after the manner 4 '4 tO 1,<)00 prize are SOO Thirty tars, Prescott's Phillip II.and 1anl.oth. at 8 w'cWk A. JL Thursday morang; Pk lafa atl1e'c1ockan4JacaoerihlsoaFridayt'Iscb

S with a 4t> 40 600 prize are, 1,$00 rateable. Standard Works,frt '.. S
Not1ce.I ritc HARPER cnmmenOoo' S2r. II to.' 400 prize are 9,600 ule.c:DREW A. }.reacUing Charleston that night, cona.c4i f'- i

hiving dainia eiuit the estate ttihes, lime funnb5Criberi (00' d t1)'f .2')0 prize are 8,000 ,Ocean Street neat Bay. with' the New;York steamers both waIL! + c* j S
UrIocs l)ural The hin the June Num july9,1S& SS Purfnighteugagein.ntassd >otberwntknlan?
Ule uf
dtc '
*wi 1fsDiAI Haddock a- withiuLy : "be supplied fur 1.00Q Prizes amounting to...............*200.0a) tovM.LAWTerrjkco, /* ,
Jr tcd l*) iin* m reaae are subscriber in advance Southern Quarterly Review.llE Agents; RonthervWhirl S SS
will
Miki beU4.Dbt.tbeir ,
Uw tbia S
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.F5Ia1bed recovery; all pcrs us indcbt- the Prize.i l $3 per annum. V/h6le .Tickets S10; Ralvss $5; QU3r.t"t4 1st No.of the new Series of the tiovthernQuarterly jQI1 S t. 'M JOHN 4 BROW,Jaeboa"I'JA.1.ARB, AnBt.:'" t'

_-ka&rr uf'li'C'd IUIb.ke irnnedia1e ber C. DREW. .._.".-.1.i' .1. ,under its new change of Proprietorship S S

-.t. JOhN IWJDUCK. to the .. fur delivery to subscribers. at $5 pcran Enterprise "
-- .1 Jni*iiirutor. iJu PLAN, OF THE I01TERY null!. S ;,c. D LW'.. i.:* "
W.S.jMarY'9 ribt1-in Ocals,F1.) ju1y". 18Z6.p. Iatea.L&W. '
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i boy GEORGE. The The Numbers from 1 to SO.OOO,atirwponding S .1-.1oi. S

: : :ot o].. Prizes: old and 5 feet 7 or 3 with the Numbers on the TickrU printed on separate .. C. BAEXCTT. ..,.At.LXAYDLL.BARRBT J _IS 'LadIgsSt.ZObfl'SR1Vef.' ''R 1 .
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,complexion not slips of paper Are. encircled with small tin : ,. .. VS
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above n tmcd Il use 5s row-pen The d..ocayedand proba. tubes, and placed in one wheel. B.XAN.D.RJ ,The Stouncr DARLINGTON Captain IAD, I '": f
tmDE tie recepifrrtt .f Brdcrs and ber > to be bbwlegged The first 2 JO) Prizes,similarly printed and encircled Wholesale and Retail T>ealcr in will leave Jacksonville.every. stnrM f : i .
.sal Uw undersigned ptvml&eatker tht. : platted. 1 will are placed in another vrbi-ef. The wheels are Groceries morning at 8 o'clock,arriYmJatPabtb..m. JProuisions ,JVaik Oils Tobacco I .
then revolved and number is drawn from S
S a the ,
Ins
M pain,*enen*c tu iuj.ke pat- ing to bit delivery to me at Leaving Palotkft 5 o'clock Monday nornhtg 1stconnectiowithtbesteamersCareUnase4Wela.ka
_a.-n. *Wc Die Lablc$ will always bef4p4 The .' in anr jillW) I can wheel I..f Numbers,and at the same tia-o a Prize is '. Segart, Liquors &c.dc. ,* J 1

& db 11e ci'uCe that the market and the wirTen- ) JAMES 11. HILL drAwn Prize drawn(rom out the are other opened wheel.and The exhibited number to and the At the corner. Store in.A. 1!. Bku>'.Ex.'Buildicg.' will reach Lake Monroe same day. Bttoninft ,
.lily C'Cana2fu c 1mb fi2' systcr ? 6t Prices Love-Terms Vath.jnly will leave Enterprise at 5 o'clock T.dcIq.aOnillJ.' S
audience,and registered the Commissioners the *
&. The bt UMt 1a large and by andPalatkaat a o'clock.Weducsdaynxrning,and' '
ri4 gtcLc. 3, 56.
:.E1iI3a a fcw y.rd* ol ths lauding on the *s; Prize being placed against the number drawn. S arrive at Jacksonville same day.' :
StU tirtf SL Nrys.aud M. durable: plceumtM ticket : This opera tiou is repeated until all the Prizes are A. IL REED A*'*si JacksonvilleJuly :S .

*aa4.AhiT.*s a auitncr rc*rt. The caber that application will dntwn out. Apothecary BailS g.'S8 R.lLRElD.Az'tatP"1"Cheap .._ >- ;
tanseko Mrll Iart-r tiinei a wet*fur Woml.Siah.Cts Lc ..41at'of the APPROXDIATIOIT PRIZES.
j TTjie: uJTridcr*. Hill, and the and ; the Charter; of Incor AND CasI Store; : '
Watt loucU ia g 4Pg a uU cnmirg,so lLatii ing % Dual Coun The two preceding and the two succeeding Nam TEA DEPOSITOR J !
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learcVkx hers to those drawing the..first SOO Prizes will be
be Kcd, bat can .
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p.*.iD..t 4c1fl. ] o .Will be made w currcsC.N1fltZ : All I. WHE.\TOY. entitled to the Approximation Prizes according Removed to the New Store ia Holmes Wilson and Wintprmtr.1 r. !
the Scheme. \
'bikzdant. to ;
hele1. Building, opposite Dr. Dadtvin's0111cc '
rTlIOM.S.jra& B. JONES.aLztSp.1O erm? ; of Jacksonville..! t rr'Remembcr that every Prizj i is drawn,'aod RESPECTFULLY inform the''Ladies;and .. t
t5 I' : pa.IMe! in full without deduction. Jacksonrille.W' Jackaouvifle/,lid tb. swvr ""

I&-ly.- : AH Prizes of 11.000 and under, paid immediately HERE is kept constantly on hand a large rounding country' that.they.hava,opened ibeiip, I
GALLOIVAT I. Sale. after the drawing-ctbcr Prizes at the osnal and well selected! assortment of new and beautiful stock of Spring and SalftlftCJt. I
H. ,
BiTID Umal tune of' 30 days. Drugs aad Chemicals, Goodi. ConsistIng i in 'part : .1
of the ConrUIouse
1..VNq .Sirw4e if Rke,) All Jacksonville, on the WTbe drawn numbers will be forwarded to Always received by the latest arrivals, warranted Dll.Y or'6'r.

ID( o'CTt'ln:1tXD DEALER : within purchasers immediately! after the drawing. fresh and genuine. Alsn ,
the I I
legal S. SWAN A CO, .Atlanta Oa.t.UrL Perfumery, Combs, Crashes, Soaps, Calicoes Muslins Bnrag! lGi..ng t

7 IX KTtCT TAItltTt OfKAVANSAH. "ucgrutra to of wit:Juau-, and SWAN, Agent and Manager Lamps, Burning Fluid, dec, hams,Jackonets an cltcitCam.t. ':. I

Colby .1N1) PJ.\E lJ.i.YDIES, Pack years Sam about age four THOMAS MCMILLAN S Montgomery,Agent Ala. which will be sold! !ow for cash. brio's, Black: :. and C. l'd, .Silb.q.- "' i
te1V4IIM eaj m;41HS1Ntttf. girl about six months i Country orders solicited and punctually attend -t
ratl' Silk and' ,
Jacksonville, P1*. Chambrays Cbaliies ,
S
ed PhvaicianK with
S to.
( of Paul D mere prescriptions put op .care .
CEO, <> in} my hands in favor X attended B. Letters to and containing confIdentiaL money will be strict and despatch.55 Lace :Mantillas, Bleached I .arid Unbleached f
W valMia thrc oj4ant rrcript(If drcd Fruits C. W t'bb. Bitbec ly TEAS. ;
July 16, l&G.SCHOOL. Homespun Irish Linens/i t
UJatL-bci$1Le ,.flVra l, tbe Public at S AMph Dmibar. AJeD\ I fur the New York :P rkn? Tea Company "
ibe rdCl' Dmtcrs 'wimld du wrll tu RiTe \ BOWUE.;. Teas of direct importation, and of SI Yanetieu, Damask Table Cloths 'aad N&j ;

...5I& $. ch. pe Iwr I>.xujjj .r delivery at j:1'I Sheriff Daral! Co. GLOBES.WO from a # to I B.in a package all' 'warranted and .kips. B. E.J Japer. L. O.il: nkct;. ;
dNI .t..t.'s.t.a .
tIIt d: Terrestial at e tremeI1Iow prices *
Globes Manufactured
14EO1U IT G ((II) a been postponed until bv Josiah Ixiring..ttoslnn,9-W inch t fCounUy Dealers supplied by order. chiefs, Fancy Silk Triiin'r.' S

,Ur ENGLISH DI LE8.-t very beautiful Family ins accompanied with CasJi Silk Glores and.Mitts, .Embrtfd .

PROCLAMATION.VOTKE rant. Bibles; -large octavo size.:: -suitable for table Bible GAKDEN FLOWER EEDd, PLANTS Ac., aod Grass Skirts Plain'and Fig'd? t '
uilsi Fluid. *,and yet epn veuien t for.' London edition- also always* kept oo band. .
IS nKRB3V niVEX that an T3ecil : I Fluid at $1,00 per 'Wm. Collins, Paternoster Row-containing map July 9-tf T. JlcMILLAX.' ,Ribbons, Silk and Straw, Bonnet : ; l!

IMJ.or.rrr..ittenhrd Vice.'- aDd full Collateral reading between the column Silk Illusion and Bobenets, Maslia 4 ..

irkti/fW CJiiHed Mates' wilt U held at tbe un A IIALL, Tnrkey Morocco binding, ODe plain olive color Laborers Wanted. Collar ''. '
Cambric
4 tI the_'Vrtt.I auties 41'(th. State. ; \ Jacksonville Fla. tbe otherjmrple, richly gilt. and ,Edg ngs,. f. "

.1c'A; \ ,W 4Ut day uI SUt"cobcr proxro: QUARTO iii 1ILE ,(witb plates.)-One fine 4to HBTE will pay scrcntyfite ((73 centf. per day .Chimesetts, and Sleeves, Artifi'l *<:.,
.\ e I* the manner aid tune aa Bible,American edition: beautiful letter and paper, '? Y aud board or one dollar per div without Flowers and TabMn3qnefo"Kefrting1 :':
?4oIliT lav. The .._tuLd-If Dtcuirs iab'lhre I m LAND in the town witb numerous fine plates. and illuminated titles. board. for laborers to work on the FLOUIDA and S < .
r *. 4 We. upon which is a Bound in Turkey Morocco, red. GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD.; Payment to be ,. Parasols, fo.ua; U Umbrellas\ .

h t"iftltotlT' whrrr; I liare bcrennlo kt my sides in fair condition- and Episcopal Prayer ,Clooks made at the end of every thirty days. 'Work tu and a large 'aasortment of Ho'.. ,
'\...adeanM* *] 1ft heaflk'dtheSe'loftiwjLQate.ffl.I4d ing directly) on the 8t. Catholic Prayer Hook commence on tbe first dar of March next. S 5 : SS
the A. MILLER A CO. &c. ..
*. I.aoettbeCapti4h' jards Copyist kc.t 1-
PR ESS,-One perfectly! new and '
Citu4T..1.J.: ,.:h dan"A..J'btt.L be ( Land twelve miles Letter Press. _00J<* Jscksontille. E. FJ. feb7-tf ,*, '
good /.1
l J.un ; K. flRiO11OuTtruor the King's Road to { Clothihg J :. : .
) tS4. Stuck FLOttA'S :.
MRS. WIRT'S I DIC'I'I .1nj.- authorized '
G. .
of t'urida.s vlM! or without a small MR aVGlBI&ristny Agent .. 01-'< ,' '
: 'GuTcraer. Att *it-- dcr Twenty acres of said Oue c/py Mr* Win' Flora's Dictionary fine whom persons having busiueM with mewill Dress' Coal i 1i&tAS:7: ,; E5* i ...
F. L. Vrtttrrert,. Mr. crop now on it. On present fur ladr. In quarto form; blue. and gilt please apply' .do .Pants Negro do '
Secretary of Florida.HOUSE.. House and out binding, with ewlurcd plates* IOnS' s:' SAUDIS.Jaly da Vests. Jlats.anfl'CapSL i t;. liJ.t'H
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PRESENT .-"tfn beautiful
LAUUE noo
Apply to 9, l85 aWiL StockandCrarata, Bhiru'aiuiCoUars.BOOTS '
r-t-1i.J 4- At! large octavo Present Books-rich binding and I. v-
I : Jacksonville '
choice contents.Tbesewithnlmerotis A. G. MCLEAN. AMD.SHOES; *

t place. other Uooks,and articles Commissioned! and Ixgallr, Qualified ns Lady's Enameled Boots! Meo''Boot*,coarse," ""' S S

11QXOLIA in the Stationery I line, fur sale by' Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for dodo. colored- Ties, 'do.dO : .s.e-s f 5
ID oticc S j c. DREW; Dnrul Cooaty kid do do Sb cs&S1iprrsf, ,'-

__jy 16 Occanstrect. near Bar. be found when his services are desired! do sflkGsitere, do C.UOItIn"" .
< ;T.AJ.G. t'5rr. E. F. I i late"New York CH MAY .Inquiry, at the store of S. ,X. WiKliamn do' cul'dGaiira.do kid Slippers; 'da 'Kip&CDJ,4Misses .
'IW eitiLla lnnaot ku' been thmu.Wv rom 1. !. the cititeas of Jack. otice.S or residencd of lira.' Whitney ,Corner oiiUi. jiV .i. n :

1 nka.*rinR the post eumater paluUd thrua:h i Will country, that be is now r|,HE Advertiser Wyatt respectfully snnotlr.ce Adams and Romans Streets. Boots. = do Shoes: 'an..;d, D I= SS

"dtaaoT Ac,M.d is oow ready for.71XIUES. : purpose REPAIR .1 ta his costumers and the public generally, JacksoutifleFIa.,. Jo/! 'tb,13..tmn' ,Together witb.a large Brogans.saoritoeafVrHARDWARE : .'If* ,
; I.WVALIOS,TCA SIESTBOACDERS lie is fully pre thai be continues to supply tbe various Magazines

Ac.f4e notice and oo reasona named below, at the pnces annexed per annum, CASH PAID FOB ... : q. S
taken rooms at the I .. .. .
yiz CUTLERY '
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fet re ). Tb tnp if n, a lad!, poawsttrj IogsJBBe I b.will) be happy to Harper's Magiti"nc.v! ,.........|2!25 I :Botlnty Land Warrants, 'If GROCERIES; ;..Jf, .

** e*J etiun. sad the*drte ol | may.desire hu MT Putnam s Magazine..**......, 2 S3Knickerbocker Bif PHILIP FR SER.' 5 ; S

r>3 hare I be .upcrBtendanw. Thetilia 7 : be given if required. ,.....*.............. ,2 CO ( Parcbasers will find it ta their1 briefest ILQ1I.4' ,
solicits a ou tiouDcr wf put rar JL Household Words............ 2 00 : S S July examine bur Flock at the.Carolina corn r
&*present maarpweot every. exertion. S urchiing else where As"wes sb.ILPi.i4pleuure
BUckwood...;.;...... 3 25: .
**Aea, Ui>ce of the prewut bA&leas. will be (; Codlcy'a Ladic*' Book ... g 25 BfJS\V GOODS. in. trying to pleas! allthoae, .. lea!. _
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'II P. enraI aati.fkctia&. The J Iwuse Is 10 be lbt tberlpa 1ner..bip Ursham'sflaga.zine.4.........*. .3 25 I: JtfST r ceivedand for sale as low aid any favor us with 'calL AIL orders firum 1W '.
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ait.nd-4. the ocxL. Il.rtridjre and Horticttltorist colored 2 plates,..........; a 60 ; r establishment in this state, br country, shall beprompU/attended.to. : : 1S

&g AJ, Cltan amd Jitatncs*. iJ e1J name dissolved aadatyleol mutual liar Horticulturist, plain edition.i4....-...,., 1 63'. -'Jutr .18.$4. 3c.JJ oWf. _UnYIItf'.1"Ja.__ J .1.91 .-: .tf1A '. .

', or Littelfs Living Affe....,.,.;...to.. 5 0 t 'OIt SXL"E'., -S Boots .nj SJio : : .: 'i .
JrraiJud Aai iwe7. 'lldltl : -- Frank Lettlie'a tfazrtte of Fachtoos,....... 225Balloo's :
"\ at Jacksonville will be Pictorial l. PLAXTATIOjr; knwrn'as Furt ticnie, raI CAS5ew Boo z.c1 jitJ
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_, trfUlli"", *. r.and will ls contin Ladiv s' Repository, Cincinnati. rl"uE: at the'moodt of the Hirer 8t.Jobn'a, -. and. or sale by w a S. S

ire1Tf btnlt or.w-hich rauld'S ftI.ik1 Peterson'aMagalme,.,.f..... 1 63 Eu'Florida. .The plactf: hu been wcUaad'f"Tur- ". 't.P.uuun ijnlf2j'.3IL ,A. .
The na'zns anrcted by a& Fernandina will be National Mapulnej;.........,..... 'I 63 ably known fut many .ean. and a detailed dv. __ "ff B.'! :"
h1as. witb FoYpUci*. and bliads. to and. be continued Ty Arthur's Home Magazine,.......... 1 63 cripUMi.1* thcrefuru UDBeccsiary.. 11 pan tbe principal .. L _I-..S __. SSJ S ? -, .-__- '_._ ._ ,' '
/- j>e ng tbmwjb to the P1122 aud *ftetfea .L nARTUIDOE. lie is prepared also to fill orders for standard, Il'jnd there are upwards of use acres of I t "I-.LOV& A1f."IA".t.. .L.. -
.. lflll. ic.aI"1I 1 and pre .. TII1AKOS. ,. and miscellaneoas book, and the current Jitehi-' high' land, of which iOU acres'ate i in a state cf ','' \ Extra Geones* o pej ." .:

use fnw, nun, oJd wipd. Jts., >andMasaatTytaftii 'tore cf the day,whether from the trade or persons cultivation. The soil ia fertile/and produce*eiceV. t, 20 Sack Georgia ITIoori 5 J'1" .
RcrTZAr/rmn omfincineta at [in other walks of industry.. Havii.g' had an''ex.' let crops of Cotton and ProvUiooa. It Is also well 200 Bushels Curs ,Now Iandinabir4.lBbhv 07JulyVj -
dis.1 adtioit :&. and retired A Ijeres I that becaagireeutiresatfs&ctiuotuall land, there .i* a large body f marsh sod -' I .. t .
,Ciong.tbe pat-, :: S :
._ SMCMC*. It Contains & rytaa Mad JS S & I E T C. A IH. I CAJ A .: '.tie* entinsting him w'rtb orders.riKciiuett .' belonjfiog ta th* Plantation, easily saWrptible' :of .1

"Sitcirs ill;eneraLl, and fur accumuwdaivo ? nnmbcra of.the Magazines sent on receipt drainagu and high eulti1'. .n.or of bliot1tk-d I 1' -ten'Ch..pkoa'FIN.t. ., -
dhSrpsiicL S the uf six pcstoffico'stamps fur the |i 00 orsauiplo for; manuring purpoacs. Tbeto i* ala. a ra_t 5S -
J.a4fcrti.iJl;; ; the above is to ."tl ; Petir : of.the**.o, nr 14 Oa. work iIl1.be sent. amount of sheila frort which lh.best lime' eoald S ... a BU_ ft-.lJ.i S
; frirD4..ha11b. Eo.,fur fully ;LetUrca iuquiry muatcoctoiu a&arnpr.'tbe( return obtained ia aboadoace.: There u a cwtnfortabte nruJt JI' {ntereatprwcureuMirs niarste byibe 'Ge.. .
"I..t.at i.w riveaaUalUctkm'as'reprcNcated, Un. CAtU? PRIZES. puatnge, BOOkS iteflt, post paid,oo. receipt'of Dwelling Uooje, with all nertssary onthnildioc ,I. ;1Pe5ct.esriaq frs .JiN".t '
***ejt r a be. nude aoIieittrUL of this useful pnb- .pub1 bcrr'* advertised '.. and qutrters hr 60 Nrgvors. Tbe climtte iaahw aa U papers.* ", .nli ; .
B.X.CAEILly. S day of Septcubvr Address S.- WILLIAM PATTOlf.Bookseller. .* "JUalLblfur White aDd Black dorm Note*, ana Books ". .Ad"tOft 1'1' :.. :'
'.1-. __ .'Sq4'lo1s:4tT13EREK S .' u S Thbo&eiN.Jerzey.S S S rog the whole ; ar. .Tba line Steamers*' iruCbarIestu :. 1'010 Ie use W.. W.

S i. \ is an LLt1ST ATED N.B. i'ublisbersefespaperegthgtbesbote! pass twice awetk. M ..ne.tbeba&JtraallXl tia.bta'ibera-"todefttta lsrje Z"M :; Ii.

-MAAZEU8.OOETSaid a, to'the prt>nrtrta. adrertiatnent (with this notice) a few insertions rUt 'iaJ market &dHli<*... attention do 81 dse S
: / to the various Median. and sending a marked copy to ad vertJsr;1riJI be t> l u".. v u. JlOPKI -. -. i4osemuk aii4 ..f.-tJIjMJI. ; q t _
GIUUU'S. 1atoatisa.4n Manufacture*;Agri* entitled to one of'the periodicals ia te n)1L T_ 'i* JLjntftrDrJnlyll ..0. l- they now her" leave to aasars their "UI..IIII"-'. S

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I (TSgrnteds iso : .ii e u.thdaimnd4tmandiMang forbid.AdmlaUtrater's ;" S.S;i- Fur I'reutlsm Pie.'dt., ':

|r hart' thtlr."naaal :arry t B, ; ; !Bj Official Copies of I I; *.'tbt Estate of Farquhtr Bethone,late ofvD. Jfotlce. 01IUIPJtIf. Mn

., \' .. to ther'wl. ,>b Uews and I fal County deceased requested tu prwteottb 'aAer datjttt vPOUEwetks 'I, .1U\G a1tn. ermc.\

.1II AtnS OT .OTHER. same within the time prescribed by.lw,orthi no*, : ,Judge of tiw Coort of Probate 'W rIt'a' "-'
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J ;SHeSDIt.Laetrd' f N : Wnf be paid'on ihe suns i indebted to.said eststs.joetd Unwke r l :
;- Slaves and so nuthctth.esstatsoJoba: I Mt a1t. ..h. _I1-lt._11.1 .. S :
k black Crotw t rou ( largest I list aubscri- S immediate S payment. _, ,S1j MARY' MTTUtffit, Lewis, UU ca( said 'Con 4r, deceased,:.as wiH ythejustsnd1awMdebtso1saidcdate fr,so5T r that appMstaiaa S ,'JIIiA..1 . S 'ff
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I a r Wo. .490, ScVcHtto afreet, -' -. 10 to.be, to puWfcb a weekly paper tor ifce ftea* ; ? vpPp! >
WSI1A'GrOXC1TK ily circle, vbkb statf not only nnwe,b t tleo to*
: 1 : per'aicuas,pajaUe npoa ordering ;4 1 struct aad.improve,tbose read ilw Toaeeoea- .Chrofito or4ta&rS&
may
tourt bi Clatf
Paper. *. *- ., W.ILLS betori the pUsh thi*object, the best*articles are selected or rttexSSShall
SaUcilpttona.tf paid witbb alt months, |S, ifot and prosecute Claims before Congress, condensed Iwa foreign and domestic*periodicals, WWi
before tbe of the $4 will andthe uveriil Departments. july 9; 8M. Diseases
expiration
: paid year.' and original articles of. aa instinctive character ariiiBf froivS
4. f eBarjfed. at" ELLIS & LEDWITH, e procured, when noseible orikreJ lafer *S3to tA'. J5
; :AdrertisemcnU will be inserttd tbe fonorring
Letters from foreign land the most lnteieittn ,
AUCTION AND, COMMISSIOJ* :_-=-- j M b aa CMsUpado*, favaW rZ? L% '*
portions of tbe New*of the world skitebea oflife, Blood Wll.rtb.rm lb. HtJT SUAi 4
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of twdre ) =
One. (
DoHftrper Moare JTIorckaiits.
: adventure-end character; Selected and Original sr t'l. 4 tee Poe ,
$ ,and Se eary.FiTe Cents for erery subsequent Prompt. attention will be given to oil sales .1. ticks upon agriculture;accoooU ot tbe Markets; 5io.at 8Oef ActUoes,
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: To yearly Ad rertisers a liberal disoonn entrusted to oar, eve. : *i and a liank.Note List are included mi>ojrth ol- Is.pldtbd Stasach,

be made.- All transient adrertiaements irfth(the ex Jacksonville,July 0,1838; ly id lofornMtkMi to be con Ua !r'fcaod la tbdPost. Md sad Dltc.lt iteasts
:: sbsvIngsruDnthg account ClMUaf w ssaa.sse.stiee
,. ; .) most be paid for previous to publication. That new and cpleuclid Hotel, 4H Rift the mind rcqoirea wid.rrug.-lt and bas fcilitiea'whteb law,Di.aeM e/t Wee, Detcer w.v.
io the humorous Krely.
remittan ILI deli/cot/ Favvf atMl datl rala ta tae
at distance their uusDselsMe
: Persons a can govern THE; MILLS HOUSE : To aatiifjr tbeae cravings devote fair
t ; following rates: we proportion rsd.myetl w-ais.( $MIUs as4
sforadi-ertis3ubyth. astlN
twelve lines six Recently trtcted n the OpiierJC4M and Qiutn I of tbe.foai to Ficton, Poetry and Uooyjrw Ue.. bactebetHab t e.,5Aar-
One satire ( ) published $1000 Street*, Among ccnlribntora in the first two.' f the BaralMf taiae rtob, eowtaat _

. Two squares for..*.., for*. six months........ 15 00 (9 aa si a'U ua 0 3 i G? --- ,-_ -- above department, are several of the moet fitted great- 'tbo-pespd'iov epm.1a..laraUiai(.pkft.. .
oUu writers in the land. We also draw forvFio-
txeecdid out freely
Legal and other Business Cards,per an Andfurnukta *,& 4 itylt.not ..- .:... UuI.prelJst1*,lOsM an wtrn
*; ....... 4..S...S .! r 10 04 City of New I'm, irrntiawa open for, laZl
countrY and Great Britain. We design eomnjene .
rotlcetodebtorsaudcrcthtor'....I... 700 Ibis - wbkbttt.fco.d.d. ,
'; Application for letters of administration, 5 00 log a new story by II is. Soclb worth, author of It U aa aew sad aaiI rf arlkUCtke
: .. Notice of Application for dismissal as July 9.86. Proprietor, Jacksonville East Florida. "The Deserted Wife" '*lIirUinw.ic.t in or tint iai 9t a UK j *f a'tsai Nfen
sad! iuUM retoe p.M sale I.
.... -. 10 00 paper fur January,
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,* FLETTTNGZTTOREYS
CALL & prrpraii.aezmiit. TI..
For announcement of candidates for of- Subscriber having opened this 'Honse again, would respectfulLy ask his old friends and the EngraTinjra, Illustrative of important place*end mist prowlB tit aad wet! laoirs ?ti

: ................................ 5 OC ./ AT LAW, THE to give him'a caH la5 he is determined not to be excelled by any. The Western Stage action, A/rneaUnral/ and other new favenlloa*, dMd.ab ia anrarefal part,St the lessily
: No announcement Will be made unless the same JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. leaves this House soon after tbe'Savannal! and Charleston Boats arrive. There Is a good Livery Stable with others uf a humorous, though refined eharaeter peasasi M* *ae

c accompan led with the amoun t charged. July 9. 1851. .. attached to the House.1 Come and see. SAU'L. BUFFINGTON. Proprietor. are also freely gireo the Agciata,Ii tOfSee bet satCi1a
ieaedj easily decnte ts
notices for private benefit will be charged -
Jacksonville, 9,1836.WATCHES. oFHE obialard.rnaa.
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the rate of advertising. J,. F. Sanderson, NOTICES PBES3. % aid

.. .. Religions; Obituary, and Marriage notices, will ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW We regard it a* the best of the Philadelphia lit. rwi.Ipia, ua(1d1TN.sISA*,,
-, mblisbed gratis. JE{ ELMS1LTER WARE erary pHpera. Its editorials are written with abil l's.rLoLzp
HO communications inserted unless accompan iiy and take a comprebcnsiTe view of whatever la : TETn1n'y.

by the author's name.C2TA1I Jacksonville. July 9,1856. tf. ANDFancy diseussvd.-Ech., toAitoaes-Iiz. Eir.
) Job Work must be paid for on delivery. One of the most readable and entertaining nf w .a.Cvyrni it.. ac*f
JOHN W. PRICE Goods.JACKSONVILLE ,e.k ut. he,
a case af y
papers in the country, and deenrevas It enjoys.a lag b.ra Ito.ibtad via Jra. ,,...,
PLATFORM OF THE AMERICAN PARTY, ATTORNEY AND COUNCELLOR AT LAW, t.. tvide- pread circul tion.-Pww//1. ELisobftk tty. <- r with riU., tad vssiy.st&runt qC

at th* Setnon ff the National Council, Jacksonville, Florida -:3: : If.: C. I UlrdB3 n tUf.,MM! I aa,
Jtonmry 2W, 185C.l practice in. the Eastreu Circuit of This is a fine Emily paper, and baste immense I sss.la a pU.eD1.(a esepe.J .,

: .- t An bumble acknowledgment to the Supreme WILL and tho Counties of Charlton EAST FLORIDA, circuFatioa. It will be KW td include its ourrraptiodinta .. ,, *.Uwv alw' .DMUN! '

. for His protecting care vouchsafed to our and Camden, of Ocprgia. July 9. 'fig. respectfully inform the citizens this place and surrounding country that be has w large number.lrnZit4adir of the ablest Aahra writers In era,I dad my rwa.ced at Lass asa1,, ,

- ;: in their successful Revolutionary strode, James M Baker. WOULD opened,at SO3IEIIS NEW BllICK BUILDING, with a large and well select the i c.uutry.-Cri.aa ,- tn Pmf hesa soasrasi.
hitherto manifested to us, their descendants, ? rb. l's luv ywe.sed a qeuatity a
ed stock -
; tbe preservation of the liberties, the iodepenlence ATTORNEY AT LAW We arc in weekly receipt thlsinralnabTe! familj Ar'iNlstllMn ?7EvTsTEg.
WATCHES JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, J1WD-FJ1JVCY GOODS, and should K-el much at a lou CCWTIICATII
? and the Union of these States. ALLKUTOB, COtCMIlA COITSTT, EJUJT ftOJUDA. journal, very or Dl. W.. rN
.*L Tbe perpetuation of the Federal Union, as July 9, '56. To which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my GootU direct from the New-York manufacturers witbi ut it, aa we consider it the best literary paper OF I1N* ,

& 4 palladium of our civil and religious liberties, I am prepared to offer my customers inducvdcuta, both ax regards style and price that cannot now published iu the United Slate, without any Pr.C.J.Iark.ois N.C.MAC3(4I
X. WHIT SMITH. 1U A. CARfiUTH; in Charleston or Savannah. Dt4iocmtt Cambridge j/d. iis.
the.only ure bulwark of American ludepcn be surpassed exceptions.- iubj.elo( P.pr4ataI*.
Among assortment be found. This ia of the few large filled wilU wot3I4aV
1 SMITH & OAREUTH, my may one papers 7N. *Ka WU *>i eus.4Woa mi ivs,,
( xd. Americana must rule America, and to this 'VATCJ.1ES.Butter Knives, Fruit do.; lib and thought instead of lumbering tra b. Its the. phjr ktaa aaJ all abs. aw BM nU i "
: i nd native-born citizens should be selected fur all ATTORNEYS AT LAW Fine Gold Patent Levers fall jewelled ) Knapkin Kings Children's Setts,Aci, Ac.Constantly management i is marked by liberality, courtesy ability While ia this eoaiflUoii | wa ews.. s m *b.
: Federal an-I municipal office's government AlUgator. East Florida. .a4 4 Detached ( ; on band and made to order from and tact. It emplora tbe best liUnury talent placraia Vkvlnia, Tissues eat iS

Ri..: in preference all others: neverthe July 0. '56. vitro coin, and warranted. and spare no pains or expense. Aa a family pa wasebra.SNelby any waters* wMeft
Lapines; 'of literary and funeral Intelligence, we Wi taoaa.ywah.aw. tatorfW a war!X
Silver Patent Lovers; CUTLERY: perrone toq,a amalt village i I.Nona faraiiaa,to m*
4th. Persons born American parents residing & Fraser 'I Detached cordiallycomineud iL-Cay abroad, should be entitled to all the Couper Lapines FronTtbe celebrated manufactory of George Wos- Jimrk. werk I cit lain a 4m(Mra M m MIM
. of native-born'citizens; but ; tt-nholni & Son, consisting of Pocket Knives, Scissors It is the best literary and familr papr io the ft my ebikl an4 mjtttt. TkvrmmwrmltfSM.MMH
With and without hunting cases.)
6th. No person should be selected for political FACTORS All from( good makers -and wul IN warranted Shears, Razors, &c.FANCY. (jn'H>n.tf<>ct fdaadtr.Rock JknHtt/ tatioor (whether of native or foreign b rtb.) who ARDCommission GOODS. Its ample pages cunt/in many articles of much UkaUkiucuaa.o.. iaterrst 1 la my ra e,*aj.qiatMios. .
des- gocdtimekeepers. merit from the of som.of bra .a.iM be had WM aI
any allegiance or obligation ofany literary pens .nr
ptiou to any foreign priEce,potentate or powerr Merchants, JEWELRY. Such as Coral, Port Monaien, Accordions, Perfumery writers and are Also stored with all the important I s.rs"preured, boatSitid y by ti you u'i a4 St' Pt.5 ia.i.U.OZa.4'.

who refuses to i recognize the Federal au4tate Consisting of Lubios and other extract; Fancy Soap, news vi the day, making it a welcome rUitxr bulb themitrn. lIesls.eafl.uli5a urndy g
MUN.-
(each within iu sphere.) as para, BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. Gold Guards, Fob and Vest Chains; Papier! JIache. Jewel Cases, Kosewood Work Boxes t<> the bnsioes* counter and the family circc.Aoi .- tad Lai.iateJ so k tbs I ws4 vy ii. j5hf.ttgettOI.abIJILI.
to all other laws,as roles of political action. Wx. ACOLET COPPER.] f Jxo. COITKR FRASEB.f Chatclains,Lockets, Bracelets, Pencils, Portable Writing Desks; Itcticolca, Fans, udi'tni, (),rinio, .. ItedM; eat
6th. The unqualified recognition and mainten r Produce< of every description sold on Crosses, Keys, Seals, Diamond Ring, Regard do.; Combs, Bnuhes, Thermometers; Children s Toys, One of the oldest! and bet Ittcnrr papers now dlrrc-iadsad d..*i i Bin|,,
of the reserved rights of the several States, Commission. Gold Thimbles,Sleeve sad Collar Buttons; I Tea Bell- published thu Vawn.-O/yaii, iLtmiuoa, fall by it tbaa f>0 die water er awntkiM$ |karfew Mk*.
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:: nd the cultivation of harmony and fraternal good July 9, 58 Studs, Cuff Pins,'Brooches,Ear King; Together with! various article, too numerous to in deserted one of the must popular public fur AlUr a prraeiiptieii ferW.tbnavis..4 toJ mniiehMr*(be* rl.Lkm a <>

between the citizens of tbe several States, and JOSEPH GRICE, I Gold Spectacles, Eye Glasses, Plain and Settlings; meution.Ji. jonrnab iu the UnIted bi-u,c.iuibiuiug an u does tire him a.arIy I alt Uj i Bitten|VaJ Wl j MMrj Mrotucb <
this.end, nou-interference by Congress with General Commission Merchant Children's Loops,Scarf Pins, Ac. D,...Clocks, Wntchcs, and Jewelry, in a literary point of vieW, al! tb; interest of the tnmt l* U ru-rn. He k*. ft* 'eaiM a
appertaining **oJr! to the individual :; WAtca Si., Naw Yon.. i fully repaired and warranted, at the best cuz-tziufA, with a raft amount ot general in* a'.',,if the e* kild amedfrf.si.bev.,
tatea.and non-ioterventiou by each State with STRICT and prompt attention given to the scale ol SILVER WARE. 'I shortest notice. toingvncu itepuUvMK, LudjitlJ, It.ll bm>eItte( l bjr U Uua aay.C>n be- kai taUavle liwiimk <
slain of other State. Comprising Dining and Dessert Forks is ot the *best literary eaabl) ia sHJiar eves rufkiaw I anidT ttHmMWB
any all articles of produce entrusted. to hw care, I ; : emplnt.cally 03; rvry
7.. Tbe recognition of the right of 1 he n.iti re-born and all orders promptly complied with.july95G I Table, Dessert and Tea Spoons; F r .TER3Es CASILx ncwspspcra ;u the wl r.lc coantry; and deserves time will iouthrreCoreplrawe* .bp sad.aea .

natnral.zed citizens of the United States, per- tf I Sugar Scoops, Salt and Mustard do.; July 9, '66. EnpardlrfoJ! saccc with w'icb it bus met under % ie.i.rtri y.yaw a, W.
;k. .* residing in any Territory thereof to its present enlightened and liberal proprietorship. The e HIwi.CM stytmeks aM
4 their constitution and laws, and to regulate J. HOI, JI K S, ON MANHOOD "MAU KNOW THYSELF." The grcaUr its circulation in this Stile, the lass, all !iaJnrioqtsusdi.ets.I f os ;a1q tT mij liiajMmaturn
,
domestic and social affairs iu their own mode General Commission Merchant probiibly, is our gain pccuniarlyj I U our gain pe krepcf Iu ITofU aa4 clMtwItef,wJacksonTiIle -
only to .provisions ot the Federal Coo 100 WALL ST., New Your, AND ITS PREMATURE DECLINE. An Lualudblt Book for 25 centt.-2cry lamdt, I cuniarily; yet we tuuat pnmnnce it a most eiccller.t 1'. 3fc31If1LL t
with the of admission into the WILL attention to sales of Ycl! thoultl Jiact
privilege pay particular Just Published, Gratis, Copy" jonrouf and worthy of the patronage of erery
whenever they bare the requisite population, low Pine Lumber, Live Oak, and other Southern THE 120th THOUSAND : 100,000 Copies Sold in less than Year. bud The Contributors to the JWare among Ji1yO.1y. ,fit.TO .

; one Representative in Congress. Provided al- Timber and Produce; and Co orders(purchasing A Few Words on tbo Rational Treatment, with.raV A New Edition, Revised and Improved, the finest writer*in America, and tbo editor's articles : ins MS WHO r

j : ; that none but those who are citizens of the Merchandise. July 9, '66. out Medicine, of Spermatorrbea or Local Just 1ssctf.'t. are always cbatactcrizvd by truth and tstc.Jerttg .- T_, '

Statcs'nnder the constitution and laws Weakness Nocturnal Emissions Genital and Ncrvoaj ; : JKut, CunJt*, *>1 J.
DENTAL NOTICE. \ ; ,, A LITEnABT TrEJtr8IS5!
and-who have fixed residence in DR. IIUNTER'SMED'i.ci4"4
a of tbe
any
3 ; Debility sod Impediment to Wo hare herclcfura pot -o jn b'gb terms
Impotency, *
Territory,ought to participate in tbo forma WM. BOSTWICK.-Would rcepectfiilly in- Marriage ICAL UAXCAI. AND BaND menu- of the Post as one of the best papers on oar *:

of tbe constitution,orb in tbo enactment of laws the citizens of Jackftouyillc and its gcnc'rullv.131 11. DE LANEY. 11. D. BOOK roa rat Arruc.yjQ' exchange list, and we regard U a* one of the best A new weekly family
I said Territory or State vicinity, that, having opened an office ou Forvytbetreet The important that the alarming 4UNm- TED.-Containing' an out. literary papers to be fouud anywhere. lie editorLtU '
k : fittu; An"enfbrccmcnt of the principle that.no will attend to all branches of Dentistry, iu originating fact m the imprudence many and complaints solitude ..- : line of the origin, pro are written with abili'y.aad take a liberal, in. '4 riwi TURD..1 r xrcnxv jrs rrwK,
to admit others than citi the most and careful! 41PL4twi treatment and
or Territory ought approved manner.Eir ,
: grew cure and comprcbenaire riew of men tad iuiiwiJ
of be removed without dependent DttotcJ to lUtmtvrr
youth, easily po4 *
of tbe United States to the right of suffrage, 'errcs of aching teeth, destroyed without may .#l/ of every form disease and Adttrtittr II'riItuUs-I'it
Medicine, is in this small tract, dearly demonstrated 4'iI.V. things.-.tar mis, cad iracruit*eds
of holding political office. pain. july9.56. tf and the entirely new and highly successful contracted by promiscuous TEKV.I (cab in adraucc.) single vyIayvtr.

: ;. '9th. A change in the lass of naturalization, treatment; as adopted by the Author, fullv explained sexual intercourse, br self-abuse or by sexual 4 cupws,..........,...S I s uaacrsTxu,4-stices;; *$
; a continued residence of twenty-one years, COME AT LAST. execs*, with advice fir their.prevention, written io ,* 10 T ,
: by means of wb'cb every oue is enabled familiar (andonetocelterHiprrclub), eo Katardaf JlJ> 14 JW th.flM/I,,
all oof hereinbefore provided for, an indispen A LARGE lot a style, avoiding all medical technicalities, t1F1. 1 35- J*
of choice ii"
Butter and .
Goshen to cure himself perfectly sod at the least possible and ? nf new werktr aawapcr e*l? 4l7iCaf
: requisite for citizenship hereafter,and exc.ud t\. Cheese. every thing that would offend the ear of decency 20 M a4 .* 20 ** "
cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums URDAYEVE% !NGlE. j
;_ a A'N all paupers; and persons convicted of crime, 4000 of : with an outline of complaints incident to PETTEBSON.No. .
Ibt. those delicious new Dams.SOOO of the day- Address DEACON tf It will be printed on .iaier rvyal aaeft
; landing upon our shores; but no interference New Bacon Aldea. Sent to any address, gratis and post free, in a from, the result of some twenty years'snccersful 66 South Third Street, Philadelphia.! taja LA4.LmGG im' md1ptaS.kr. .
the ve.tediighta of foreigner*. 2000 ". Shoulders do. practice, exclusively devoted to the cure !
healed envelope, by' remitting (pot paid; two of disoasee of delicate &l :Number sent gratis to any one .
between Church a
or
10th to "union private nature.
;:; Opposition any 20 Bbls. heavy Mess Pork. wLcn
stamps to The "Vessangcr "U iwlcodrd to
State no interference with religious faith, or To which is ad.dcd receipts for the of the
cure
; 8 Choice Leaf Lard. 4 DR. B. DE LANKY. ful mirror of the time, Mtuestebh.aasa.si.> .
ri and no test oaths for office. & Kegs do do dt). above diseases, and a treatise on t1icgu.s, symp requested.GiAHATh' '
17 Street af
New York
lltb. Free and thorough investigation into any 25 Sacks ground Salt. ; July- 9, '66., Lispenard City/ toms and cure of the Fever and Ague. lug aa imuarUnt they rise. Ta gtr bitbntl L.tI* .1

:i *4 all alleged abuses or public functionaries, and l0.lkizLl; Tobacco aasortcd. Tttliaumy'A/. Profwor of ObtUtrif M every event that liappee.
: strict economy ia public expenditures.Iztb. 10,000 Cigars, House, Si;;n, and OrunuiciitalPafiiting. r. thU9e, P4MpA&s'Di.Ifyza'jJCAZ. MOTfILY MGAZ11L 1eWiuafTuod. la short,ta eua.titntg se stsUblc
MllICAI instructive and 4rperuniax! fkmiaj;stajj
The maintenance and enforcement of al & Cases Champaign Cider. MANPAL. -The author of this work, unlike

constitutionally enacted,until said laws shall! 23 Bbls. Choice Old Mannngabala Whiskey. ri'IIR subscriber, being now permanently loX > the majority uf those who advertise to euro the (ESTABLISHED 15 18sT.) paper..twungits. tLit.ifbi
repealed, or shall be declared null and void by 1 Rb!. Extra Old Bourbon. cated. offers his services to the citizens of I diseases of which it treats, is a graduate ef one of mrationed. Departments *
DEVOTED LITERATURE
4BTJL5l
# the best in TO
.. judicial authority. 1 Choice Old Peach Brandy. Jacksonville, in the above branches, and solicits a Colleges the United States. It affiudsme The Romance of Real in sercaef| jwaVing
IStb. Opposition to the reckless and unwise pol ; :0 Bbls. Rectified WhUkey. share patronage. JAMES 1IARKNESS.JST pleasure to recommend him to the unfortunate I4SJLtOY LJfc, a
moatt"
of the administration in the.general! M or to the victim of malpractice, aa a fur and.entertaining stories by tbe
: present 6 P. A II. Gin. : N. B.-Gilding, Graining. Bronzing, Ac. and success HEW VOLIJHE FOR 1850, authors.of l?e day,
: of our national affairs, and more es 8 N. E.Rnm. xccutyd with neatness and dispatch julj9, M. experienced proctitioner.ln whose honor and
.; .. as shown in removing Americans (by des 1 Bbl. Malaga Wine. integrity they may place the greatest confidence The new volume, commencing uritb the January Kdituria! coalmen ts qp a paaIi ii2 i.WsI i

-- & ) and conservatives in principle, from of Now landing aud ia store, and {or sale by Laud! WatTauts.ASH Jos. S. LoxosoAttf. M. D. number, J856 will Aoutain. oyer twelve hundred ten in a fcee and fn4ep t Jent spirit,sa&iaaMrlfpvraoosal '

.: '- and placing foreigners and nltraists in their July 9, 1856. J. C. BROWN.KIC11 .- From A.: llmJward, X. A. tf Pen*. Chbtrti.ty pages of tne choicest reading matter, steel ai or party opiniiiinZ _*
;as shown in a truckling subserviency to Philadelphia. gives me pleasure to add m: wood efcgruving and music i' Liters uvnt Erirop* aud rirhu
stronger, and an insolent and cowardly brava : CAJ1I20. PAID FOR LAND WARRANTS testimony to the professional ability the Author Each/number will contain a splendid steel cv. Vni14 $bp,
. towards the weaker powers; as shown in inopsuing AND MOSAIC JEWELRY.rplIE _1sept 27 ULLIS. LKDWITU 4 Co. of tbe, ''Medical Manual. Numerous cases of graving; is plate of the Paris fashions,on steel,elegnilv 4picala1U i and ?

sectional agitation, by the repeal of the subscriber having ja t returned from New Disease of the Genital "Organs, some of them of O'lored j one or more article, richly illiu* .4u&Iee3 nIew. Books, wall icbofces Z11W
Missouri Compromise; aa kbown in granting to JL Yttrk.with a large and beautiful of NEW SPRUVG GOODS. long standing, have como under my notice, in rated with wocd engravings: mIscellaneous pne from their pagea. ,
,, : foreigners the rigs of suffrage inKsasas variety 1k A'tT bk' YARDS New Spring Styles which his skill baa been manifest restoring to and poetry; ajj editor's table ; reviews of new Rrgiilaf weekly Review ef ComotsrsU sal*
: -. and Nebraska; aa shown in its vacillating JEWELRYSILVER WARE& FANCY GOODS, 1 LF'U'ly >M'rint ,-'Ginghams, Domestics perfect health In some cases where the patient bar bocks; monthly auuia ry i binUoo fashion and l{'uieUry sfEitrs.
on the Kansas and Nebraska question ; as respectfully invites the public in an examination Ac. Just received, and for ala bv. been considered beyond medical *id. In the Utat fashionable intelligence; pattern*fur needle-work, A SynopsIs of Fnrcijra sad PtmetHc K**,
.. in tbe corruptions which pcrrade some of of his stock, comprising as it does, some of the July tt, 18-W. J. C. BROWN.SINGER'S men t of Seminal weaknesses, or disarrangement and new tuas'c. Essajaoi uciaIaij4 -rs1ubJc&4'i'f
sbowu io disrraciBg richest and most foxbionable styles of Cameo Mosaic of the functions with hits at the Ti.Lltewrv .
the departments government; aa produced by self-abase or exctsiof The steel engravings will-cmorace finely execnt-
,. meritorious naval officers through prrju- Lava and Scroll Jewelry In great vari ty.- venery I do not know his tttmrit r in the pro ed portraiU of tbe celebrated lady writers of the Gteoiijoj* from t&e !BWki {Crfff*
or caprice; and as shown in the blundering Also Silver Ware and Fancy Goods, suitable for SEWING DIAOHII'JES.Lla fession. .1 have been acquainted with th* AouLoi day, interspersed with a variety other subjects tedAnibors. .
of oar foreign relations. holiday and other presents, which will be sold : persons who-dcxirc to obtain full and reliable some thirty years,and deem 1 it no wore than justice' of general interest. The fashion plate are en* Criticisms a Vusui sal tbe Dnju
:34th. Therefore, to remedy existing evils, and cheap for cash. GEO. FLAGG.ju inf.rmation respecting SINGER'S to him as well aa kindness to the unfortunate etc. graved pn steel, after the latest Pans f biotu. fdr* Irf abort the -M ESSEN)EJJ- **

the disastrous consequences otherwise re- y 9, *5C. _ ; SEWING MACUlNE-tbtfir price, canabilitiw; tim of early indiscretion, recommend him as ing-out and iiudtxw costumes Air the month. !They anal, ia all iu Uptrarca any weellyavwapfsf m.
dltingtherefrom, we would build up the Ameri ,IOSI2PHDealer YHILD1 advantages, sizes. i-orcmenU, method of working one in whose professional skill and integrity they b/ve been pronounced superior tn those published States; to tccooiplub which, if* ***++,
party npon tbe principles hereinbefore stated. means of procuring them, and all other particulars may safely. couSde themselves. ia any other American periodical.. The wood en, ofthemiqt talented wra fs i ia 1a CUntrystrt, ;
', litb. That each State Council shall bare author iu Faints, Oils, and Glass -can do su bv applying at our office Atr" Woonwiap, ;lf.-D. gravjngs will be uf the highest noUb, and by oar been secured. ..? .1.
:_ ity to amend their several constitutions, so aa to No. 11 Jlurnc street, Wo. 323 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK, MThislswitbout exception, the most jomprebensive best artists. The nrel'nsjmber will on Jo btfy IpPe5 T T

Z.r- the several degrees, and institute a pledge CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA;, BV LETTin OB jy PECJ05I yea and intelligible work-published oo the The literary matter will consist of bUtnrlcal biograpbical time mentioned, and laa nrfsd jaswinea If

.*, : -- bonor, instead .of other obligations for fellow Keens constantly for sale a general assortment of I. M. Singer Sc Co> Gazette* class of diseases of which it treats Avoiduur all and liUtvy saisys, sketches of travel continued tbeuccforward.
, *: and admission into the party.ICth. Taints and Oils of all kind, Varnishes This paper is devotedcutircV/ the Sewing all technical terms, it addresses itself to the reason tine arts, novel, tfttr*. runnuee,. Ac. The noycianti
, A free and open discussion of all political Window Uiafcg,turn Simie*,Spirits otTnryeutine. Machine interest Copies will be supplied gratis of Its readers. It is free from all objectionable? romances of "Gwbatn" artf universally- TERMS,

r.# embraced in our platform. .Spirit Gas, Cotton FooUGia to all infemted. matter, and no parent, however fastidious, can ob kubwledged to excel itt beauty end iulvrrst any A single sabscripUnn fwr one year f 1 M b *
-- Fiitm es, Glue and Ornsbcs of N. B.Th unparalleled success of oa' Sewing ject to placing it in the bands of his sons The others published ia America vance; *S il not paid whit1neoDi1b"t
c! COffffOE'S UNITED STATES various kinds. July 9.56. Machines has induced several fraudulent imitations author has devoted many years to the treatment of The editor's table i I. nwf up hnmorous sketch time of subscribing* and |S 50 ItOl 4Il4

llooilandx German Hitters superior to ail i tof them, besides numerous ipfriugemenfs of our the various complaints treated 'of and, with too es and anecdotes, foreign; duaustic, Snd litemyTb th.ye.sr. -
TYPE FOUNDAEY which little breath to and toe little -
patentsf we own sixteen. Suits for the puff presumption to gossip, ate. CtIJB.1iibsofibre.iubscribers I
preperattons now in
use
Noa. 29., SI,.nd 88, Beekruao .Street.NEWYORK. JACKSO Lousiauna. Aug IS, 18SI. infringement of' our patents hare recently been impose, be has offered to the world; at the merely ,won&ly' summary of current events prepared .
I Dear Sir-I fee! bound to express gratification decided in our favor in the U, 8. Circuit Courts in'cwYork nominal price of 35 rents, the fruit of soroo tweutryears' by William Dow, give a c.'p4ouoedan- 'S *. II
.. U*yon for the incalculable benefit-1 my have derived > and New-Jersey. Iu these suits the most successful practice."jfAiiA count tf the principal events which bare taken .. "knJatarfibly "dbuetofle.I. .
I To Printers and Publishers.IIE from the use of two bottles of German great principle uf holding down the fabric to be *tNo teacher or parent should be without the place, in the ,world during the preceding month. .

i undersigned beg to. fa&rm the trade Bitters I bare found them to be all your you recommend sewed tn the aur ico of the machine, by yielding knowledge imparted in this invaluable, ; If The review of new book* are frmo the proof .
which is used iu Machines--! would save of pain, mortification -
years and the
pressure Sewing sorrow great critic E- P. '
them and Whippk, ti-riity
to bo
this
j ; that they have dayJuucd their new cheerfully recommend them bas
the
; been to youth under their
to the 14fs and fully established. The \Vheelec& Wilson Th* fasbloe article, by Ueoto C. Scott euedrsaca'. .jjtAg
Bpecuncn, and that it is now ready forde- public as a SETS remedy for the diseases and the .Adcocat presents
their old patrons, as well! as all who pat- they intended for,and superior to all preparations Grover A Baker Sewing Machines, A t crrict; acdcoeiprhens1ve'scnunt of the new nu wanted in .every City if .'fc IgJJ
; 'I their foundry. In it will be found a new now in use.' Very respectfully,.yours, owned as we allege by each.We hare infringe tbre* distinct patent "Hunter's Presbyterian Medical i WW'! In.Ohio, writing to styles of dresses, bonnet, mantillas *bawl*, em- State jral sirius $ fl

J of faces, from pearl to pica, surpassing, if 1!. OrTENHELMER. of MS. 'suits against them irfsev- Manualsays:--Thousand* Lroi4tf5t, ui4 arefjfthijig rtUUng to fashion, of saa _
era the U. 8. Courts, *hiCh will soon be tried. upon thousands of.owyouthj by evil and Interest fo Udka others recrfvl W 1
exampla I'uat-M.stcrsand
i.uible, tb tr new series of Scotch cut faces.Tbe The Hitters are all they arc represented f
p- fancy type' department exhibits an unsur tobe.JACEof Wo; hereby cnutloir the public not to bny any In influence of tbfl passions, have been led into the The needlework patterns for collar,undcnlcrre*, ins will cwifer a faviM br bandhi/** i"?* fw'ponsibla

4 .. variety of beantifol styles, selected from Louisiana, Anjr.20 1854v law fringing Machines. as_they wo be compelled habit of scltpollution, without realizing the ma cap*, bcrtbas, skirts, embroidvrics frr handler,. *rwn. wbaPKOBPKCTlit
to them and
I .Genaajjy and England. Dear Sir-1 have used your German Bitters,and stop using, and ta-nay costs and dam- fearful cons uenccs upon thenwel vha and their chief, and general! needlework, arauumerons anJJ
pojtteritr. ..
Tbe scripts and.bordering are now for the first find them all they are represented to be,and chef ages Local The conatitntion of tkAnun/i. k beautifully desgned. 4z u SL; flrI'.L, ikusddrAi1mLJid.
recommend C3T; : aecnts wanted In make sales of oar Braising -families bave been enfebled if'nol Mcsic.-ThHi- alone at bookstore .
presented to the printing public, and are the fully them to tbq publics excellent a would cost .
of the best American and European medicine,. Very respectfully yours. improved sewing machines. .To persons opctly broken down, and they do not know the cause or more than year's subscription fur the Mmgshie. : ; ;- : '. 2-
:J ; ?' tit* ft IP vLin
; '4.0 wtire new seiiei'o( German faces, bo<& for See advertisement, 4tCabirt prjfltable New and pleasant emnlhytnent is pfleredL en-aija tnfl* uco the public, mind a*to check. and two copies, ttt vo copies,(and-one tofraM> rgetterup
ndr improved machines excbangedon 1ib. ultimately,to,remove this widespread souTce of ot the club THE 2:1&'rTJiE
.. and Job printing,of ,a very superior evil lor ,) $10; 11 copies,and one ta
terms old bttmsn
e trie,J* BOW nearly completed and ready for sale. Passage: front Cluarleslon to Neta -machine.i; 31.8INGEk of everv kind. blessing wretchedness next, ,, wonld confer tb4 rreatest agent, ltd: foe $1, ene copy will be sent tbreoycar
Tbe metal from which tbe tape is made will be York a CO. the to.tha/rjaifion ifJu, c&H o *.* Addition to clubs at the same rate aa Club SPEETATia
; : Prfle1ptlO14Ice,33 Brea4wmyj1p; : ineporance. aeol. -Sprim o sent ta tb.
-adapted to'tbe severe usage of copies gratis e* deaky
: : rinting. iI-jily !. I ((07 Ui um of b4xicing rInks) thoughft baa log ta ga ap labABRAHAM.. B. SEK,

4 : bef to retern thanks for past favors,and United States Mail Line : -slalAlOionsapds the human.upa thoiais Isuo a rater aIQCheatnutSLPiIs.. .WaiEet b:

.. it a co tinwHve of the same. Their well- NEW YORK .&- C RWE6TO1 fSTEAJI Transparent Window Si dos, and behalf scourge of theacted race.sndbeliers Accept my thanks on Reportea- ADg, F, Xaryt N1 a4
,
liberal manner of doing business for the 'SHU'S worbi'I2uced me,your co- Speraterk ,

; iWny years, is a guaranty to, new patrons' of in., .wuSz PublUhed,-br tbfl Howard AMoelaUQ 1m 1N1 l
; ,<*, .eouisdabd4ty not to ,allow tbem- THROUGH DJ 18 jrp,.63r rnrnis,. i Oaecopj.iecarel[ env& a, ,jhidehtea! ; feaor eo Spcnnaterrbesav> ow t *i* (.$ .
t U U M ttrpassed ( r fan dealing,whether. or*-. Wh lIo &Retail,17oKing: iBd edre.ofpoitage in 1)irillbq) forward or Semiaal Weakness, lepotenoe th* Vjc. oiaad

.- an br letter or otherwise.JfB u.wzh _peri atates foy 3 centaor, adx*upartof1Jnj Ouamiim ki.atu, atioti,.a MIf.AbUs. c4ber
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forl.Adclts
Piwrietvn of newspapers are reqoeeted Diseases tbe Sexual Organs. wJthaa ccoaai of

:- isscrt the.above teree times,provided they trade Chl8.t9p. ,the errors and dMeptioMoCQoaeb. and 'al able! -_a. -t-L AVn. obaressra4tb
*iet smouu1Oftherrcspecirebflhs$ ; 1,800 tons; 5t Bcam 7744 itiJCr$7eri.rs cee g ata -- advice to tt attoM by 8.o.-L CalhonoCoMt.Uii D., CvV B B .iVV
: frateriils oar tasagftetere forward us MARlON.1o0 tons,-W?.J.POSTB; ComV. .oii.ofJ'4pj N4LYG YITBookse1Iars alippliedon Can aa'd'Book AwaU.iP&ifc .SurnWa o/lba AMoowUon !!IrtIl4sws.ivI eC : :: 1of $ __
tie;paper certain r ie advertise JAMES ADC1ER,-1 00 tons/& 0. TornwLSOUTHEENfiB om'r; 1.000 F/12Jo WBJZ4D&SiGov.rv themost1Aberal--- trs JUQt.IaIdUtaODe.eMbI4 bid speoat eo4oyAospyot ti'e ..a4piuelkeaee IsUltlgstSf __
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