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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: October 1, 1856
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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II _. ,OB tbc 6th day of Ja a*for the beaeit of' die Florida Bail-. bear. tbo State of Maiac-spoken of. by are -all tthiat' cbeerwg-.. The In ;hi 'AnBB l 'Yge t Nor: 24. "Kfe, 1.. "- If"I.: .,. ':CJ. "' .. "

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_,4at Find and, ia that capaci- Here, then to oar minds, was satisfactory ; that sever L'? It .u'eyu.trae.t, :oa.'every-bill tw' and IB e everr,. valky. !says;: *T&'Re-,V &e Trcmrtrtftic pease ol3lr. ... .TVoeet : "' e-. ;
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;; ; your evidence of an iateaded country. : names of Fillmore, Walker and .. oaeia all the crowd t Mt t', .
..i -g f lands cosaitted to the Jp aktioa br organizations not tileD Throughout caavass.wblcb: bas Baker arenas fsailliar beascbold, tcsua lM'1it qoa&r; ibe heart was dielata'ag waalg IM. ..:" :.' .. .
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114I for sanageaMat and sale made peblic and a positive applica- just dosed ia Maine, the Democrats words; iuJ'the.roice..of tbe people Aa6ma cau&n lymta : tZIX'orlk e aUereaV aad tbaC '..11..' 1\ .. i

je-ere several hundred thousand tioa for large bodies of these lends or Buchanan raea.of that State bad like?the'.rashisg. tile mighty waters diurmeg, mIii L4 the a. err was H& m rtly great. ; saia .Wl:. i._ .l: :' ,a..

IiiiL .1 .01 riat ws fcrovn as Internal 1 with a notice ttefxt that they were the boldest confidence.- They did not will!! bear them'safely to tbo.Ap- aWaald.Y IIJi sfecorg cotion aad a trae n a. HeaHailftJ to 11. .:; r;

h.aI.t Lacds. These were to for specalatioa. With the applica indulge. the slightest misgiving to nlachicela'river with a hansorae.:ma as mac could be &ai4 sow, unexpected &I.tt 4iaj. aa Mi-,

Iit _: fiD a great extent while the tioa made, the nccessitv for action their own triumphant success. They jority. _We'.nte not todeeive,such hat.readers bow ad do you gu eathusisetie,,. fres.a .,want;. i.

1trra5L.v5n- 1re tearlit.., ,pecaaae! .pressing- .. The Trustees were spoke 6L >-._ _of__victory_ "asa_ thing-* -within are.. .oar.-ad.. rice. *-from- every coaaty in ,,_tbe L.State_ _._ a.-est..tl.. ___Be1notsurpised_ ,1 wi__ biwa_ h._: .. .., ''a: t '
._ were 01 a Rfp ior qoamy.i oouna to raise the price or sell forspeculation weir very gL-p. J.oey cauea. upon me ..esf. and, in many iaMnces iwuv-u, .uCu. JUtt, MHitr' IO8 i&ate He expressed hUregret tk.'l..t'lr' -:;;* ,' .r
Jr.; aIbr, the State Register,tells I all the fine lands held in the nation to watch the issue.. They from dll re t parts of the same coun:owes ot'eii2o. What bas s&e. bees.uaablc arrife tovat Htl '. ..". ._' j

r .. .fit1.-ete-located for the State i Levy and Alachaa. The Board ask felt the surer of triumph from the ti s. We.are also assured by whatwe got topaYi,it with? What are 'herresparces" which woald bare Btnaitted .' 1

1-TBO were known to be first ed time for consideration which was fact that a large portion of the Old. regard good authority, that the Not a dollar In the Trea see.tbe beautiful City of $he-JI.; > ;, '

.' jsdges of land, and who! had gran ted.re atisfiea ourselves that Line Whigs of the State, 'under the i West will roll op an almost 'unami- sin,. Oar object la calling attea .around. 'which were galfcti .,, : : j, ; ..,'P t
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C. ese lands and known their real I estate held bj private parties lead of tijf Hon. George Evans, an I ously delegation the General Assembly tion to this. subject is to east reproach many aasoctAtkma' of biaism awlmaatic .,"' I' '

They are gentlemen too of bad greatly appreciated in value able but most corrupt man and politician I ; There: is a;very' general Jet upon ,no OMB, bat .siaoply to iatcrwC E"eI,wMN"b& ::11t ;:
..ifitelliirenee and moral worth within the preceding five We were fighting beneath their feeling discontent,which pervades the people know bow much mos 'Leetro.lk.e.I8t"WlD *,

F .tar?- the State" With such se- ascertained that the person who two standard. Theirs being- the. only every class with the present administration ey they it"to owe. for of coarse they have the great. Wertera 'w-sn, "AMi .

Jeetic*gentfi we could not dojbt years previous had purchased nearly State in which-any considerable num and'thepeople! of the West got pay. The obligations of 'bees received witb a e&rdiakXy > ,

e work was well done and all the good lands held in Marion her of the'!ld.LineYhigs were cooperating are determined to contribute their the State have,been issued and'goae'int hospitality that bd beee'Ms '. .

4lit. tiit Ae State acquired for her Inter- county, with 'much elsewhere, had | with their party, they might towards reversing the policy the. hands of innocent purchasers ]heart and for whieb bis pro b tad a- '

1 III teroveaeats a body of land of fixed one hundred ner cent, as the tboa ht it the State, omit others,for [of the jrovernmentinauffuratea bvi __.,_ _[and are_. _.upon_ __ __interest. The!J kBowled2eaeats 1nI'e n""..""- ,It to'--- .: .
wae. aanunnn advance at which his agents- whi'Bl they might in advance raise Got' Broome- fc CoM.which has long f amount. 01 $_,it3U vas usued was a flatteringtribtete- : "-1.; J I _

appraisements of these lands were authorized to sell and that considerable the shout of ctorr. since exhausteci the Treasury and Jan. 7,1853and no provuios .has t.'ADd parity of his mMives,..'M.teatioas : !

I e sade not? gear JZACT, at an re-sales had been elected. Yet even Maine, it appears has entailing upon' the State an inn yet been'made ,for its payment, or dariag ha career"ef M& e .. -' : ,.

eoIethUt dollars! per We believed then, as we believe toow. gone against the Buchanan party meD .dept." We..cannot be .mistaken any part thereat In addition to service. Wbea 'Gea, TajfofL. e "' _

eand when real estate ia Florida that the fate of Marion county awaited and in all probability by an unparalleled when we assure our friends every this amount. his ,Excellency in his "t'eneralleudJ a ate4 GeaWal. TajIor : .,,. I: _

,a Is web less! valuable! than at presto. J the good lands in other counties majority. The Democratic Sebastopol :, where that, a great revolution Ann l ,Message of Xov. 26 1855, -died,be found >i-seif auJkaZ .. ,

: Believinj:, in the month of Dc- and ,we voted to increase the price-- of the North has .lowed its in.public opinion is going i on in the reports an amount'tLeo due of$108, ly transferred to the;;htgbeei: ;ste ai 'I ,

r osber last, that there was great I bat however to the full extent of increase flag,at the first fire of "the ..enemy. West-our cause is gaining ground 755,81 borrowed (torn the different his.(coatrymcacoald give. Ko ftkiof '- '.'

.' fager of large bodies of these tends which; had taken place in private Three,State elections.have jost taken every day. Col. Myricki-'the American State funds,ta pay the diBkieaces in sBch,aa evcat had prcQcnicd itatlf ':' __

It pss*into the hands speculators! !,I property but to such extent as place one in Maine, one in.Vermont, elector has throughly canvassed the expenses of the government to bb miad until "i ia.-\H8r of /" :/ "

lilt IB be held at prices which world ma- to render speculators cosapc-c/frdy and one in Iowa and all Dave gone that part of the State and exploring which! bad accrued from time to time its occurrence.. Upon bis irrfanmal "''i :,

C tefcllj retard the scttlesxsit! of theae indifferent to them. That we were against the Buchanan party with ail the high-ways and byways of pub fora series of yean How much i be found the coaatry. distracted,_aid .
. ,it became ia our judgment correct in rushing and resounding majorities. 'lie opinion this amount has been augmented almost be j : .
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. ;I judgement, we feel assured reports as, the _as imagined oa the : ,#
. MMSUT to arrest it by increasing from the fact that the Board These defeats that puty.nre' but clamor of the people everv where is since Xpr. 1855, we. pretend not to of civil war. lie Aud kevi : "j

111 tie prices,and we, with Mr. Austin, I I(_have already received and rejected the threefirst of the series that i is for change change of men and I I know, but certain it is that none of aLeXnthEmdkAtMmt us'I ip >

.lilt rko re regret is now absent from': unanimously an application to vary certain to extend through all the rest measures and the restoration of the :i it has' been paid, and the whole_amount y he had -i6M JIWMcrstivtieM IJI illS f I

.'. lie Stole voted to raise the valuateesia -|slightly the terras of sale upon which of the non-slaveholdinsr States. government to its original 1 : ha been on interest. Is it:not it*aad.t&sociaiwaf 'hl he :Iet .l,.-wl '

1- Levy. and .Alachua. .. one hon-- ![I condition ?party proposed to pur- I'u.There. .is- not_a-one. of.. all. the' sixteeniree __ and. CCOoom\. ..As. member implirit11.time... _._that__ something__.* _._; .L should_ _i__be_.. done. It! ,grmletM _,. .- _. : :::
tired percent ana in oincr portions j.c&ase, at the utcmutd price, all -.the ,rxaiea mat tue menus 01 me renate. it is well Known, that Col. ''1.wI' iW\A :u p sue luicrcakj only Thing like Mdiaulltft g t M4 ...1 "'r'i i :

.'? of tfee State fifty per cent. I lands not subject to overflow in Levy : ?ag-Nicht candidate can carry for Myrick opposed with all his might, think"of the State Florida with an tad ftppol'l 1 all ill<_, 11'tIJ.M. _
. The action of the Board in this coant\. I him. No not one; he has not the i the extraordinary measures of the aunual revenue of not. more than oftAt cneilrjr, 'vlilii 9'.- I _

attttrLasbeenthesnbict of corauet -I Thus, rello -. we have presented slightest chance in either of them.- Broome Democracy predicting 60000.00 paying over $10,000 interest !rg A/x cad pnr&fgs od_ _i i _

, ,and in some localities,of bitter briefly the reasons which influenced Of course that,candidate would have the time the distress which his new per annum.; If something isn't tion of that cototryAod towfcr. Me C I ._

- dtttadation. These we did not prol&c -j ud in voting to increase the no earthly chance of beiDg'clected scheme,of taxation, perpetuities and done, the Got'ert1brill have to sell I stitutwa to suta/out Mem w'Wf flfcwr 'I _

to notice. Mr. Walker, bower-1 valuation of the internal improvement even if the whole'South were to go I irrevocable laws .would ultimately .out and close op.his shop. It w mid force, ffi to tlcrr utmost exkmt, ? ., :.., i -

fl. ,ODe. of the-members-- of.the-Board- J{ lands. We have simply exercised -I. for.him. as,.we' nil.. know.it will not.- i entail ,upon the country.. H t letter IQ lkhro ia the Honda our best Judgment for-your 'interest under these circumstances, ana in are themselves .already sick CUUUgll UUW, UUL. IUIS' UCUfc bas got be knew would cost biaifrleafe .
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; It flier of thed insL ha this crisis let the true of the and with the to be paidf aud every man must and >
? ?assailed I as we concede that those who men disgusted abominable supporters ia tht sectioa warn I
r iiiftetion ia ssch. a manner as to 1 i differ with as did. We have no .Country consider calmly and dispas- and iniquitous; tax law parsed under makeup him nd to contribute his be had beea reared aatier tfcat. aa i, 1_, .' '

t atke: it necess-rr-for ea to explain.I interest ndveit yours.-\\.e *r* sibnat rjr'undearne.tlrw1iaLk$1iir his dictation and are everywhere i port.or.suffer. the government to othe cared. not. He_perWnaUy was : ; :" '. 4t # I
tint letter it is distinctly intiaWtliatthectioaottheBiard not large landholders, and have never -I duty. 4Ye say, Lswe have often said Cl.---4 nr..it L :. br hammer. It .would tic a mt- tooaeetaai 1ri&2t _
. directly or indirectly speculated !and thousand. are becoming daily cation. And the people arc equallyat .'I"W.J&LuC.gnucw'cu'uusu"dw :. --ua'a s.- a&a&erilCL w.G T ieIi-_& _. -_' ; ._.___"_ '4j
r was in Mr. Buchanan should be withdrawn a lost to understand the wisdom easy seats in the Capitol in this summary had already attained the bigbut HaV f' _.
. ablated t> favor large Iacd- olden -! any of the State lands. The declaration ;
mode but
his friends from the He of the Democratic in ;, such is the fate tion IQ tie gift of Tke' .
policy
tnd speculator; and that! the I Irason of Hr. Walker that with by contes raising which awaits ; man. eeaMte "t a ,
.. for such action was to be* the exception of the single ,speculation can get Northern State a.d therefore .the price of the public lands under !come,to their'them relief.unless lithe the General people former frieads, she With.*-Ieftheir "' .. ':

feed in a purchase nineteea taoa of nineteen thousand acres of cannot be elected. Mr. Fillmore the'pretext.ofpre"enting them fromgoing .Government sapport was Boibiag"te.fa".se- '

ad acres made by a party ia 1555. *? by one tndividual, he had heard can in any event pet several into the hands- of the rich to refuses foot the billsofGorcinorBroonc's lo g as he knew he.; r>gB-t,. t.. U--

justice to ourselves woeat cissc 5s- 4f 2a speculation **or. attempt at it," Northern. States..- and if his..Pennsylvania be- -sold- out,- -.- .to the. poor at. :an increasea doamed neool Anr hnW'war_ we area _had____the__._approval'D_. .of 1 _'_ha_ heart, '..a4. .. r?Iwu.'wu'
from the conclusion* of 3Tr. Th Ills-entire failure even to allude competitor' were wuuarawo U, ,price. ------------I-----U S.---- ; J' uere were ... '- ; U

Talker in both cases. Oa tie eaofrarr u tLertaous which influenced uur he would. pet_several more. together It was ajrainst this con
we L?scrt. that the aesba I f cfu h3t lorccd 113, in justice to with the entire South and thus be'triumphantly that Mr. Walker 'and Mr. Myrick skort Appeml to Ckloa Mea. who stood by tw aide at.'la t crifa. ., :*

&e Board: was denied,tail! -.ot1r3elVC>. but must reluctantly to elected, A tried and like faithful guardians of'tbc'people's! The country.is in periL All. feel, .all towhomsuchdetiasti' W ill0. .' "- ,. '.

bprrvcil, these valuable fcsd from :j ;jfre=eut this atr.Ltive.V"e will say glorious patriot in whom the whole rights entered their emphatic protest, see it-some with aaxiois' solicitude,others deed beea a sacniice.'Thy Ui ;4' .. -

J-j ; at unreasonably low prices t J in conclusion: that for those gentlemen country. North and South, .confides, and the people are begining everywhere I witb comparative indifference.. The stood with.him.bjr the wbelc:eowaky, { ..J'

iftio the hands speculators ; and I: of the Board who differed with would be President Black Republicanism .to appreciate their .motivesand capitalists, the.business men of the eosa- aDd not br a section, aidhe.srettedtoaddthatomoofb'ba !. '

a the next case we will *hotr abunbBt us on that question entertain would be forever postratc, good sense. To prevent the feel insecure : \ti.. '
reason for our act ion indepen- the kindest feelings,and readily personally and the Union would be safe., public lands from :going into the try .and apprehensive. The politleally speakiBg,ee fflTirind far ., '
should'Dot the friends bands of the rich indeed Can Agricnltoral,Commercial,Mercantile; in. eveemeUFreieeaettbd.Iity : '
fet of the sale invoked. We will concede to them the game integrity Why of 1 anybody -. '
Buchanan to be deceived such deed every,interest and persoit are 'Coithti tMiOfl 8.I the Ilnien. \
JteaptatJeastto ehow a pressing of purpose in their vote which we come at once their senses by, .humbug more :" J
asitj which existed at that claim for oanel t'e5. .- and. yielding i to the impulses of, as..that?' 'Don' ,et'.eryoodr see that or leaa jeopardy. The country .i*>rent It hade. 'BO sacriSee .aoavidoally. .iJi f .- '

aiarts>e for actio to pave large pcr- Asking the indulgence of,3bfr. Ya- patriotism, remove this obstruction: the effect ofj ach a measure is to and rocked by'factions and feuds. Frotcidil but it had grkved bka-to oc Ir' ;.'or . '

fetis of the best of these land from lee for; the liberty which we havetaken thie only obstruction to the certain make'the,niricher' and:the poor, trife rages.in the west, a dark and I scethosefrieads1criaeed"4. ,j" ,
triumph the cause of the Union? poorer 7 JDoVt everybody"ice that i.- 't, ,
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.OD. On this point.we regret with his came we arc fearful. preSage of. general disruption, anarchy .: 'Ia ;.
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W we are at issac with Mr. Walk- Your fellow-citizens Tiotniy Cod 1Tth.rif:.llalrimDay.A. .- and and blood.. Clouds and ,darkness Onauil CAemle 4 ;I '
Si He in the letter which JAMES E. BBOOME rich; prevent the poor from buy 1W '; 1 ., '
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we ,. parson residing not many miles are gathering over us, more and
ing lands at all This is Democratic angry UGT-t2.xzTtce:, .
fcfe.referred. --"One_ geatlescaoKr T. W. BREVABD.Coueetlemt from H. in this State, tells a pretty I nnli.vfJi.....;' lei ,_, la',, n..%. ._.. threatening than those. :which in other ."r___-"., ._._.. ". .4k': ,..frw" If." ","
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nineteen tnossand acres good storyofan incident of.bis experience r.which has lorded days 'made the hearts.of pat to fear I w ttifc II' P:
it. the State .
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osbtless Present His Hoaer F. L jr\
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on Jpccmlatioa, and this is Ceareatiom. at the hymenial altar Having B, : :
until the people have become of it aad quake. And who has brought all : ,
Ie sick :
oly #peculaton, or attoapt at it. The American Party rays the New received argent Felicitations to these ,calamities ? Awe Mr. i,fctcndoat-Couaeikftea--S. ael.., .
**I lave heard oLwtfeat York Times' leading Fremont attend and the Withdrawal i'ir.Bscbinua. upon us Kipp Oak aad Wiv- .. t
If pa. perform rites.of marriage It is stated that Mr. Breckenridge real- Choate, Mr.! \iwi. Msbet and -& i. ,_.
re could ay this vas the per is stronger ia Connecticut than which was to take place some I Irmadea proposition to )Ir.Buehai&tn at other yuan supporters of Mr. .Baehajem. The followiag I -.'.. .a&e. ., 1dered

'WY SdieL or e&mpt III#,"that any State in the Union. The elections miles from his place of residence, the i the'\ ettlan yesterday, on the subject They will tell yoa that"Ir becI Dem- 0.be paid, Tk: .& .;;>iII't.." "" ,

.1Ft M4 ieui0; .e sLoSId feel that ia that State last spring. dis- clergyman lost no time in meeting the of his withdrawaL. The plan is to aeracy,koary. was "untunbered ains" has EL Bam, for w.d; .oa fee' ." .-1. /t 'm "

lie W. per, acted hastily and cloed the fact that .the Americans anxious couple, whom he found ,at a' get')Ir. Donelson also to withdraw, and done this!, They,will tell you that) 310 etrwts .' .' ., :t

r rtll; bat such was cot the are stronger than the Black, JRepublicanj remote bbuie in. a small 'country !united the Democraiio and American lard Fillmore gave .to the country peace flJ. .75 1 '

We bad beard of what we coa- and the subsequent attempt to town. Every arrangement completed tickets, in the ,persons' FillmOre ,and and ..prosperity, ,whilst his successor 'and .Mrs. .K. Gihseo-,. for toafjhgi: r; .. 1
aL4eeda 1Ilkapt. and a strong at- sedace them Into the support of Fre-: the parson proceeded;' \to discharge Brecxen dge. Sacha ticket 3Ir.Breck- .damajrogues, and fib&"',arcmn 'G'H.;'Dancauper' 9. .? >-'oW7S' '

-PL at another, awl we acted ,, raont, was indignantly .repelled.-I his duties and upon presen- enridge, thinks! will J be 'liker, ta nucceedFreoaoat him,gave,it .the 'lStl7
,, .r sspdy_ to arrest it. We will state The have rfceotlj held State Con tiD! the certificate the .b dsreroom.a gainst and Dajtoau What. .:Iii And :yet, (strange'..haUneiaation) 'these A. .,> .' ;"
I 9 me e a tances as we recollect veatioa at New haven, which the tall, good, natured looking :fellow,' to.be done aboat the two-phtformj does I game tr2eJy.est.Un2DIe 'geaueaea, .aId -,,- -. w ,.

4 ': New York Express rff>rescats as one informed clergyman that he had not appear. vAr bave'',we learned.:what hare you tarn ariti.'' 'noble aam, FI auper. h_ fer 4IM. ...... :: '
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Ia Deoeaber oftbemost enthusiastic and slgaifi-i enclosed itAlI the he'bad .in 'the response. ..JWHiiBaa. nude to the who so llaa fwskt the battle otthe'in BIaH'1L K.TtiltM -* :
1855, ] Talec as money UBl .1A,185 'aat : < ,'. t. ... % '4fer -
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'peettingthe
'fAi..t or the Florida Road cut demos5tratioB3 held in the certificate, and wished ,to',be marriedas pontioa.: 't o 'h'e..L t v.' fc i v t.
"P- *\% above:from existance-power aaad al5ehief'O. thiS '
.Ielle ) State, aed Dominated a. :Fill--! far the would Tbe epthe the; P1&aJel. I' 'iag _' '
Walker the Register, strong. as :money ,go., pbiBi&4ttin} of yesterday hoary :desiocratic, iin'7 or'(as Mr.Cb&be .. )1G il:
$ the internal improvement I more anti Doaelsoa! ticket. The clergyman'proceeded, to marry 'the .tautiouA'iD' 'Tea.a joemaJ gea- alb Ibai Yetupeierim.isaL ( FJ, 1i W''th ;' '
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I 1* the coaBties of LevyasdMa Electoral tidket issaid to be a strong I. happy'pair as strong as be could for erei' thii.ye" to Aaa'aDt, : 'upon. .tk::'fa 1kc'i'1it T 'ee&lJJl a U T'a"_ .
scarcely imagineWh
bat aotiW that lieapead oee-aad lTo M. .. 'of .Middtetowa the.mfae.r/J ot',knowing'but that the l 'beWLOi7JdCiTed rith\ 'I1U. Ye l -,:t. Amotpadtob4&r. I :' ... 9 ; ,

his application .:.til eee of the .oW leading .certificate! :contained gold I .piccca l to )la med dancg; the'iaimtewrb6tweea reject> ,L weak rweak'ia jour aSieetioa and co&Ice c hetdoatjjvoet. : ., ?:." ,'Z- '*" r Tot It .. to.. : '

,.& r. of the Board coaH be JwL Whip ef Ute Stele.made...old fiuh- aad proceeded, home._ JTjpdh"his -arrivaCwitb :'3trl, Bwhaiiia aad '3r._BreckeanogtL and tte. J., ( iH' Ariealefwe .1'Ce iM e,.aWpaM-..*.. .'.. ,.

:! Nthg the islerBmtleB tbe lened :speech,.that prodecedaaf "pro msca,curiosity,he. coaclu&ed iweia. Bfteeb, .bewer- .''' : '- ''_ :t_.., .'1et.C 'oi.'X.'.' "Y v.Ii.> ,.. ",, _,. 'Ji...., .'R ." ', .
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;. ..1U !, q._, ,. 't' ". *d''Jf. r.... &..11\" ..1-. orreelI; a. a, r .. :tW.t i 4a of depart.j.We harew iee4ifttttg .",W. ff W '. heef p : l r,\ Mlee,4

I : ,0' -.. ,. OB T the* XtaaoatlIn .' 'I :. '. 't1\ fWi l i-\ .. 'i t," .lftt' ..':Af.t -ti. 1 J, wWo. ..entitle*."to it,by lM. >w of. tbe. 1'.lo MTO: tI1N.; ". -.J1IIS Ci'. .:11

_1 ; "a criaia like the the 'people and a.Republican House: of'] ea" ,. S.. :4,.:?::.-o' 'E., I "'.. State butweda; -. yect<' to',hU.obUJning.U befcre.Wbaa rale
mi 1 : kavc a'right to know'present the 'sentiments, otC tires they:.would, grin4/the :-proH&krery J.A.CKSONYJLE., .'. a. PIie41rith condition of tbe law,*nd, ef.'QoTCrnor of the,Slate, bad been detected CountylfttI have polled their TOW if
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i Senate of the.next-Congr6a8 ifa9.b iirecn '. .r. .. '.f i ii 11 loca U road Mi ,wa do strenuously,.objectto .4..atttiet- comoaualcsitloos those indiidals who win I1trc1
Th1 I thoeesrbo Beet*1ieir.t\Bffn _t"upon*all ; i S. "I 1- ,'Il' ; .. -owfUia,..._ S.---'S-' the.,
1'- hSi DeetTel' - '
l great,a&d vital issues. Whikt wo .were the,upper and the nether.mill i $tofier"'! thus! ... weaneay1oob&1.1B6. |(ha,nn&lr means by which object has the State attacking the oficial conduct'of, Mr.WALKER. tfnies of the State ,
nb i ; Governor.of
.' : Well ed Hiut Mr. clearly admitting that they had 'hopes. f I-e.oUQdia'it As in. &f old
Mti
1 : < veil jfimd arwi : arnica and We called "Marion, foy ayi hr r
.' of the Senate. V I 'rr Pun.zi C.BUU.T, 107' lirootn St. is oar'.DLhoriud. I in raiting stopping arresting em- upon 1-

i ,. FiUflwre would,with- characteristic Bon- We 'inayconsider jt-:' demonstrated, ngent. for obtaining Mbsoriptioim andadnrtiicmentaand migration.l His & -o.pureb..i the 'lands to comeout.OT&rtls crvra proper signature phecy, we would say, "come let .
I ;: :L. : esty and fidelity, maintain'the Legislation collecting taoniei due tbU- ia and AUcbua Counties was a bogus bid that .ha.-
:* therefore that an ,act for'lestoring :the office,IB Hir York,Citj, Levy when Mr.WALKER would notice him.11 ton together. Well ytm b1t..tf 1
1 : : '., : j i of Ce reas, &ad;oppose the restoration of should have deceived 'no one, .andj because ..Mr.WALTSB 't- $
before'
,;;. the Miioia'estnction, others were in Missouri.Compromise will never:come KT Capt. E.BUTCB Uoor anlborixed Af ot'atUiddtebnrr : saw 'through it and votd sj4aai'riIstg! ho done it P t. 'o'1 ,and never.will.- lens, what shall we reason Qr

.:.:i ." .1 dofebt upon this subject, and therefore' Presidentfbr i hisit.oonsideration. ;Brack Creek-to'feetife:to d receipt tie priests 1'Id binliled,1uIDted dawn and sacrificed. Y : As connected with the 'presidential i election for all due,thii Office In thai atction.Reswtanoe either the d .
rapdeya has been
i undermined to whom they would giro idle Gov. Broome print that'){r. WALKXE haa failed lo.notice Are.you'willing to luatain,wM
I *V their ; 'Mr.'Jenkins in his' late thet question. is. perfectly -a or co-conspirator; we believe the tatter. We east
7 support. ? ObetSenoe to GhxL Democratic policy in th
addressed a &
considrationof Tyrants ft s.
: 4 ',s:": ,... lp.ttMa. n 'M.In the ,rn1llnPmind ,the mere abstraction unworthy to. DO censure on the Comptroller or Trraa.r. The (mpotaittnterrOJatOri'41" . ". .. --- ttJ"

: ;-*> imprtsion.thtt: he thought iIr. Fillmore'' practical 8 tatejma.It is unwise to other two Trustees who acted with him, they-naturally ,to:nim:by a.'rekpghsible ge7.ltkma7l.nI you asr wna inat WCl'It-. \

r i ; ..- would favor,the restoration of the aforesaid discuss it as anererczitin the presidential look.to him aa the bead, of the State and the r. WALKEH addresed a 'letter ,to Ifu. I you in avery few word' "' \-

.i .j restriction. Peeling that it ;was due .canvass; tV vould be. equally .wnww p".ideDlorihe Board' tTraiteellorcorred viewa.. constituents vindicating his vote on the cracy,bleed the people until th'1 J'
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him .
mtalead
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The on this subject,and if by they are .
alike;to.the South and to Mr.:F., that his ever to agitate.it gai in Uorigrets. Brooms knew well the the price of the Inter- it. no l longer." There b &
MissouriCompromise i$ lifce water / pardonable, but Gov. full' question o( raising, g(4.-.q

,1 I true positjon.ehould be ,known upon this'jil ed the sand;' it can'never D gathered important interest Mr._Yulee .had to gain by raising I nal Improvement lands, to tie entire sat the word that J1usheS Co deep 1l.t1Ji t.1
? qnetion, we enclosed to him.the I letter of : upon Itwu'iii ; (
and
J : blunder the price of the public linda, da; tercstn. Look at' .thtr futid 1
repeal was a great. isfaction of' his friends in East Florida, .
M Tcnkinsand 'expressed the hope that up.Its'
resisted it.
I : : rf., The attempt'to'rcstore' ty to hare contradicted announcement iathe tSf
..i: ;t # .', he would permit his friends to speak aiitfi- '. but it is too late ta correct it session "ofCongress' We have said Mr. Yulee4.was a bogus applies. but stfli these' important interrogatories' &ntnetand copied into- this dWjZ ,
late
, the'
;'-1 c-s. hiorati upon this subject.. In reply he it at thatit lion-a mere pretext for raising'the price ,of,the propounded 'responsible gentleman. of'the Republican. Read t I"'H I ,
.. is defensible on the ground It
it& : [. transmitted to us the subjoined Article, laud. We say this beciuae'lt was evidently to his U The It.
; the Wo headed 'Stale'sDoi't
before public. again .
;. : which appeared as the.l leading editorial of was well to offer' to the Senate an; opi interest not to buy,but to prevent others from buying were kept .l* r--t
t 4 reconsider its action. But called u Marlon" to come out. Bid' : quit reading until you fad ft ,
the Buffalo Commercial Advertiser of port nitY' until ho could locate bis Road, and obtain folly upon ,

;. i /. the l'th.of September. The Advertiser the Compromise is dead, and it would beas tbe grant of the State. W e say it.was his ob. he. come at the second.calling? Jf o I ,but after you read >t, lay whether wui .
? valoram Tax
t tis his. home Oman, and we more than rational (expect th'reanimatzonof jed not. bUT but to prevent others from buy lug; Governor BnooME waits until. Mr. WALKER present CM you art]p
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:';. -. if the Statesmanwha any other corpse as of t l. Nothing remains because the time be applied for lands'be also to have it doubled up upon you., n
poss'ibeachnire ,
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ever and that he "
knows
j- : to leaves the Capitol, Amen : Yes we n .
raise the
the Trustees to are
.; ; .\ shuns not fearlessly to proclaim hisviews'in but toprononnceitseulogyandbur- AMERICAN TICKET. applied price so high. say prtpa! ,,

" r .', : the 'face and cars" of Black ry it out..of.ighi.For that no one else would .purchase.. Such baa been -will,not return until' after the election, Tux:the Democracy impose, 'fe ar ,

";: :, I} :t Republicanism.very.Let Georgian's read the more than thirt years the whole. country ,FOIl.PivSlDENT, the result-the sales bare beeu arrested and in the comes'out: and assumes to be the lrrponsible pared to pay, then come up auJrcie* "
;
time Mr. Yulee hath1Ioeated.la road, has Democratic Ticket Saddj
3 I andthen do their acquiesced' .in it,and.it had acquired a Millard Fillmore mean Now ,ellow-Cilizens Tour T.-:
j following duty : gentleman. ,,
sacredness in estimation, which it obtained, without paving for them, thousands of to pay debts con/ractedan to bqeon \

. ,.. ', ; Restoration of the Compromise ___ .._.. ..public lietnvVt. Tf nnrl__ 'RPtt.lpd-8...... or XBW ToaLOR acres of land. When we'see a man I acting.Ini is this fair 7? Is i it ,not, cowardly ? Does ed unon us. we will nar tleii '."tJ
": As tho ,duties of a statesman ''are not WOO 'L&fl 14 Q MJ "ua U4 IJ which.w a.A 'it was folly-- -, VICE PRESIDENT, manner best'calculated to advance his i interest and it not exhibit a baseness-a 'blackness of say--- -this i.-----i is--m alltogulivotes.-;fJa; dP

those of club it al. dangerous controversy, which in point of fret, does so advance i it, we.are
"- -,; ../. ; precisely a debating nay, .it was madness, to re-open. Its re, Andrew J.)onelso l, bound to conclude.that be so acts for that especial heart. Like the midnight assassin, GOT.. Just go to the Tix

, :,'. ;jj i wzystnesthepaticnceofpracticalmento Mi.FiIlniorejustly'' remarked in S TciortsstK. waits until Mr. WALKER'S backis look for yourself. Look at the retmt 1
I effort wasted in discussions from peal, as or purpose. W! ,m.Dlt.DopaD without notice tbe BECOME ,
: Hce
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l' Don't be '
; result. In one. of his speeches, Was the Pandora'sbox statement contained in tbe address of tbe Governor turned .then cowanMike, strikes a your County. afraid .Lio
:: t | which nothing can possibly FOR GOVERNOR, the debt. See the
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- which has issued all our: amount. P.'t
from
present and that baa bee ide W
an application |:
Comptroller
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;:1} .. great and,critical conjunctures especially, David S. Walker blow. 'Why did he not answer for "Mari the interest account and then
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. evils. As Mr. Fillmcta was opposed, for all tbe lands in Levy County not subject to overflow Ia.te
: i i II| a :statesman will study to discover the LKOX CODXTT.' on" before I? Was he ashamed 1? No. He ei will
at the time, to its disturbance, he has not Or. at tbe increased price.provided a alight variation you or can,justice to T eur.m.
L
::: -:. : i ineasureab and st adapted he will not to meet lend existing himself changed his opinion that its repeal was F CONGRESS- was made in the terms. Let our readers not says in the Floridian of the 27tb, that and children,to say nothing of yousthk".

' : jj exigencies the of scheme whatever an.'act of folly. But we are quite sure James M Baker be startled when we inform them that Mr. Yulee he sedJ nothing i in these "important interrogatonies1' vote t\e Democratic ticket Irho 9 ngponsible -
I to promotion any do his :sentiments is tbe applicant. To this effect, we have reliable far all! this Democratic
for single we not misrepresent Or COLUMBIA COCXTT.ELECTORS of which i their author need foUjj
excellence be .
J- { its intrinsic a -
: may information direct from Tallahassee. To ask
:. when we that he does not tJiink it -. any Who has been in power? Eeb aama

h'i : moment after he.satisfied. ,that he would be wise say to attempt its, restoration; : man to believe this story is an insult' to his under be ashamed. Not ashamed of these t'njportant'interrogatories' James K Broome and his hireling.-:

' : ;H.; Has no chance of success. Like a wise JOHN T. MYRICK, standing. In'plaiu English this U the case: has the e:1n
and that he desire no agitation .havingthis W. W. lIcCALL. : yet no body They'are parties. tul ,
- ;'i i physician, he will I keep himself accuratc- ,J.J,,UNDERWOOD.S In December, 1855, Mr. Yolee! cornea into the pulp
:: .,. To this misrule
out of father Governor remedy we
but
; object,' either in Congress or r'i. :-' t' *\1 ir Register's Office and'says W Mr. the boldness to them limply t&t
,
. k ly informed of the progress of the disease, 'eff'rct Register,
;: ; and the condition of the patient and will it. He is too sagacious not to perceivethat FOR ASSEMBLYMEN: .the 'lands i in.vy and Alacboa Counties, although BaooME lie is not ashamed reiterate for Governor a man who has bees tried W-
,
;- : become obsolete W W. HULL. several occasions. Many who Ltr,
tho question has SABIL. BUFFINGTOIT. I )( have been in
.'.'i: : not insist that a medicine shall be admin- : ._ ____ __A__' ._...j *u.6 they market for_ three_ years at their and defend these important interrogatories -I ",-.tMl..'t ."..Tim'vui.qg... ......"..-.1-1..

:' ;j t literal to the day, because had it it would been taken have prevented ana roots too of wise a tree to which pour waver was girdled muuuu two* & How and Why the Price was Raised. low present and prices should and be no increased one will in buy price them 100,per are cent two yet their.author kept In the dark. 44 they P"had any.- voted"for nin l"'U..t'I11 ia prcferwc*
ten
"t4: 0 f. malady Itishisbusinesstodeal with years ago, in the hope of seeing it again The Cat clean out of the Bag. Tbe Register replies why sir, I have been trying Fellow-Citizens, be not ,d ci\"cd. .and influenced to one of their own party lie u t&eaiaa

, days ago. covered with,foliage. On the first'pa$e of to-da,'.paper will be foundan ever since 1852 to sell the Lands at the present by this man to cast .your vote DAVID & WALKEII flow he was The+

- '-:.I the disease in its present stage, and if the Nothing now remains for the territories addrew to tbe people Florida from Governor' price and have not succeeded, how then can I expect S. WALKER because he Is there then any reason you siwoIJiiiv!
refuse take the medicine which against DAVID ,
I i patient to but to see that by wise legislation properly BKOOMK and Comptroller BRIVABD, in reply to to sell them if the pric was raised 100 per don.him now ? We think not W bri

j i i is best in itself, he must not, therefore, enforced .the people are protectedin Mr. WALKIB'S letter in relation to raising of the cent. This seems to us to.have been a sensible answer would hot condescend 'to notice anony- Col. BAKER, candidate fur CongreM. lIe

- suffer him to die while' he is wasting time the enjoyment, of and ultimatelyin price of tbe State lAnd Mr. WALKER baa been on the part of the Register, and sbou'd bare mous correspondents. If.GOT. BECOME- has never fed at the federal CVii,usl

'. : in a vain effort to conquer his obstinacy. peace Tiolei, availed bj the Democratic press and satisfied bat it failed utisF
the of the characterof any reasonable man, to had come out with these .interrogatories has not been contaminated by the p.p.-
right determining
'.. If,he refuse the best medicine, he 'must without intimidation party for yoUng against tbe proposition to raise j ( )Ir. Yulee He appealed from Mr. Walker to the lie He the ro'O has certainlv'the aJmtBga

. i. give him the best he.can get him to take. their own institutions the price of the Slate Lands from fifty to 100 percent the Trustees and they,at his argent request, raIse- before Mr. WALKZH left Capitol

: .J { i "We notice that several conservative by mobs and without interference from ,when these lands had been in market for ser cd the price as be desired, and we are now told be would have received such a reply as would Judge Hawkins who,,if we are wt-,

: journals in the South have lately 'advoca- the states The sooner this doctrine is era! years and could not be sold at the original raluations. ,wishes to purchase the lands at tbe increased price. Lave done him good the balance of: his ly informed, has become to.be of cr.

-1 J I 41 1L1 .'. _.:.. 1\f. :..,. (1."_ acquiesced in, the sooner will that be re fie did. not bar at the nrlinnil.nrim._hirh__lie mnliJ. ..- table u estate. from_ _, remainia_ *;_long_ 'at<.tL0cnb. .
., '\KU "f !w&wu the most VA suitable t 'remedy
S:: ,promise the' as 'and distracted greatly in need. of tbe proposition, and proves there waa more then rises rubbs hIs bands together, bows politely What.dq these "important interrog American Party,we IJ give tHea pfr;

dition present of the unhappy Could the South con4 ... in this increment than meets the.eye. Tbe State and says, gentlemen, your lands are worthy atori l' amount to after all 2? "Marion" pers. Don't let it be aid tlut lii oil

.: country. From the 'Advertiser. owns millions of acres of land it has not been able J YA.L has doneonceshccan'tdoaja.
S Apalachicola of my attention, and I.will take a County of ,them WALKER if he wa.snot ht one :
which committed in its
the enquires
; 'see error was when .
< to sell at former price, ,to the surprise of '
S S Hon. David S. Walker. at tbe advanced price.. Surely our,Goreruor is seriously .5SYotcEarir.
" 'repeal, and voluntarily come forward i Hon. D. S. 'V ALKEItJ- candidate for all, the Trustees ad ranee a most important portion afflicted if be expects any one in bia aoSer time engaged in a land speculation witha .' r .

,- i._..A for-'I restoration, it would at once end Governor S of this State, arrived Here em'ur of these lands-some 100' and the rest W per cent. senses to believe this story. iTV. company ,of gentleman. ,,Ofov. BECOMEplHsaim.aJettct We, hope every, American wittl : irnd." "Ai-nruPive fn be 1IPh.. In:rke. This ct took the whole-country by snrpnseT u- YnW baa made another twvni of the
:- I iDoralTy impossi ; ineretore we cannot ---e..S- a Tbere nau 'wroM-r.,' '0'or public bid for :whioh.'wc. have iD.our hand early in tho xnoriing ?% .
Walker to these lands we do not doubt for such is Information
unexpected our
being altogether
-:'? forbear remark that we. consider the our citizens', was, nevertheless an 'agreeable -sentiment demanding it-there was no known necessity ,but whatever the bid may be,the object is possession, and also in the Floridian of | of election.. "Delays are dangcrc

S : S S discussion of this question at this time asS. Mr. W. being'the first Gubernatorial or propriety/or doing so. merely to shelter the friends who bare aided him. the 27th, that he was,." tvt there was no Vote at once and,then go-for your
. : surprise
c unwise and iltimed. The subject which Following the policy of the United States in
He wishes now to show,by a second sham application in bor and that h& tha full ,U r-
collusion the transaction votes
who' has visited .
"J i 5 now absorbs public attention is the approaching candidate us dinpoaing of ker lands,tbe people of tbe State mighi forthe'lands at the increased or corruption see .' \ *
since the Hon. R. K. Call in 'the campaign bare price that his Now 'fellow-ci izcns what is icon ticket. early an '
S::; '_' Presidential, election, and we expected A gradual reduction orprieu,as tbe friends'who'have been censured fur tbe act were urged against Bj Voting; pp-

; -- cannot see that the restoration of the Mis- of 1845. Our citizens very generally more desirable d..were sold off When a course right and that the lands can be sold for'the increased Mr. WALKER t What has> he done to call tunity will be aSoxded to br ..iaitkdoubtful .

:1 .: !. Bouri Compromise is a. question which the called upon Mr Walker at his hotel, of policy ad unlocked for-so'uncalled for, in all : pti., Whatever the application may tarn into the field the nigh Priest ? Simply voters.. Success ia a pTs&'
to the dictates
j f? .\ : "- National Executive will.ever, in l lis" official during the entire dayand we were pleased respects contrary of reason, pro out to be, it is in our opinion but a second trick to the *&* '
dence and is nothing more t rcating"Iarion/t ure depends '
observe that of his common sense adopted, we are naturally upcorttt<ttrrli.
to political
4; kr capacity be called to consider. The many opponents cover the first-|art second to the same play. A
; : curious to know by what Influence and, fur her that "EnR Via t.tN&!Ii.I .-
the unmber and .with, &
-- :."- Missouri Compromise line was established were among few, words more and we e'use this article. Tbe responsible man, contempt. Responsible .
.It-
c what end I it was done. To the 'solution of this "
** S By an act of Congress it was repealed by took pleasure in welcoming him to 'our Governor and Comptroller allege that these lands man,-indeed, when he' has not i the I PRICE or LIBERTY P* \.

?'." i. ::. '__ _. _*ft______ __; I'!. __ 5fv_ Mr.. Walker. ___ although very, mnh'addressedthecitizenson __ subject t we now address cnrselm.By were a"Drai.ed'maDY'.. ,vein mine.. *., and t1...-..-....f:.....- _, _uu. ._ : _. __:. :0. _.__ __ I _% ..., :1. Iit
5- w-w *-- -- --- ---- -- ---
anacoIunre ana u n is ever restored j -------0- morat io come out ana siana
.
I 4 j influence and courage up *
indisposed, Mon. what, for what purpose was.this their price should be raised. We cannot tell what To TOE POLLS -& <"Ues tli
ki I it requires an act 'Congress to I i done?. It was effected, fellow citizens, 'y the ic. they'understand by *. tlnce like a man, but is compelled. to take. refuge ,
it. If the day in speech of scarcely an hour's duration many years but certain so aldo) are large demonstrations or ettrjr
reinstate its '
of
j ,- question restoration just 'prior to the departure of the flnence of one'man, tiz: our Senator in Congress, it is they were not appraised before'tbe year under the wing of the High Priest We
is of in the kind but what is far ab lae1fkt
Presidential
importance David Yulee ves
and
\ Lery the object.wan to advance 1852, and it is equally certain have been ,
they offered
in of shall have another
' steamer. The meeting numbers pot opportunity to notice
: ,.'- election, it must.be because there is a point his prirate interest, and that of the Railroad i. for aale for several'years and no oue would bar ter is seeing} t&at oll.AtMric* ffIm
: ; likelihood was a, very respectable one, and which be is thing more in reference to this
least Yes the who! ,
; : or at a possilutifr that was'exhibited the engaged. policy of them at the appraisement of 1852, and if in these any at the JK on .*Ut. Monday! n
':: ; Congress will pass an act for tSMfcrpose, great enthusiasm on the State on this subject and the convenience and facts they can find a reason tor advancing the price, matter. The reader wilt find in our leader tbajf
:' :- occasion'-both, political parties were represented interest of man in i t baa subordinated madeto do thecauseinflnhely mor? ,
T ,:which, will be submitted to the resident every we at 1 least cannot. to-day the secret of, all this oppositionto
t.:. .J- for his approval. If it is certain beforehand in the auditory, and we have succumb and yield to tbe interest of one man. We now come to tbe graveness of tbe complaint o&er efforts coklunetL The time fiKjfc-

\.- .- rarely ever attended a political gather Now to tbe proof of our first proposition, Till- Mr. WALKER on the part of Gov.. B. LI
-1 that no such act will ever come before of the Governor and Comptroller against Mr.Walk. finite, final ACTION has now armed t
ing of the kind where such strict decorum That this great change bas> ta effected by one and his followers and we submit to
the President, the whole question is | er. It consists in Mr. Walker.bav1n' said that every not American voter in the State bf-

'; frivolous. and idle, or at least, has no pertinence and.lcspect'for.the.epeaker was exhibited.Mr. man. The proof, on this snbjl' 1 U faand){ complete with the exception of the UOOO'acre entry :made fait and. candid mind if DAVID S.'WALK* an
4 W.'s theme was principally a clear in the address of GOT.Baooxi.s dComptrul. in 1853, he knew.f no sent from the polls on the day ofe.
.- to the Presidential election. speculation or. attempt at it ER did'not. consider'well the'best interestof
We suppose.it will not be controverted and statesmanlike_ exposition of his viewsin ler BRBTARD. These gentlemen say es plictly.that in the State Lands. 0n this subject they say they Agaia we say To TOE Pot.Lsrlio l we
S in December, 1855,Mr,.Yulee applied to purchase the State ..and'people in voting against
that If regard to the policy ofthe., State, and differ with Mr. Walker, and refer to Ifr.Y tee'. 11 ;
POLLS
'i's Congress er'p388CSt an act rein aU the,Internal, ,Improvement land in Levy and and l information the Broome of the of J.
S* the course that would.be pereued'by him, application the be gave them of policy, raising price I'1- -' '
I the
Compromise it will be
o1 stating
prior Alacbna Counties but at the time
-: to the passage of the act admitting Kansas in the event of being the choice, of ,the bis application ,until, the Trustees same could suspended be intended .speculations. 'To this,we:reply that an Public Lands. SOLICITOR FOR TIlE KASTKEC CIKEJT
gotten
people as their Governos. intention to do a tbi ujj aDd an attempt to do.it,are ... -AL A Carruth Ewj. of Cdvalad'iat*
into the Union as a State. Suljse- together. That the Trustees met t and Mr. Y lee t' ,
.
quite differ There 1 be intent .
most to \
an act before
S quent to that event, its restoration would The very clearly defined and emphatic being present urged tbe propriety of raising the there can be an altemptjto. ,An intention 'WIllheWLihdrawi* f t. .T_"> ? ing been proposed by a eorrespoo&M tlthe

amount to nothing, for the two-fold reason position taken by him, in regard to the price, and informed them that there were companies to shoot amID and an attempt shoot him are We .are frequently asked as to Our opinion -, Aitcerthcr as a.cwdichtt< GcI '

that Congress has no constitutional sovereignty of the_State, and the doctriue of speculators firmed to purchase them alL- certainly obi the aame Mr. ''Walker ia speaking with regard to,)lr. Buchanan's withdrawing authorized to tfiit M W&P

power to control the domestic institutions of non-intervention by Congress or_any This! application of M r..Y 1eo.. which we will presently of attempts to speculate in be State lands by!buy. fromthe Presidential we are uay,
: contest.We jii
; .of.a State and that other power in.our domectic institutions, show ha never.,intended carryout, and no wise con nt.to theuse of SitInJme.-
.: : even if it possessed lug them,and as to Mr. Yulee, we have shown that '
: .> ;the power, its exercise, would be cither was most acceptably received by' the audience. the statement be made of the intention'of somebody blares!attempt was,not to buy,but to keep others can only answer by saying that-- we. Mesaw.Fleming, .wkin*, taiP

' 'S t.,. ,, idle impossible:-idle Kansas' should 1Ir. 'Walker .in conclusion', stated to buy all these' lands, but of which be seems from buying,and in this i .attempt be fully succeed think he will persist in His obstinacy and are the candidates before the jeefb**,

S S. :come .in u.free. Stat impossible ifS ,thai in so far as'the Presidential campaign to bare: produced no proof,tbe GOy eraor and Comptroller ed. ..No one can be said to ,have attempted to continue,the field.. lie and'his friends Ie. -r. 'I'P '

S .,. : :. 'she'should come in as, a Slav 'State, foj was concerned't he should 'cast his regarded, as tney themselves tell, us, as a speculate 'in an article unless be purchases it for 'well know;that he stands no chance whatever LOOK TO TOUR 1'ICKJTS.:4&W
i. for ,
; pressing necessity raising the price, and it
for Millard Fillmore and that was that and must therefore .
bold
'j :'i S the which admitted vote havn purpose we Mr. of a
;IS_;" I "1', ; .same .majority 1 ': .. .. her_asv. :n vn./ 4-Ht. d....1"..; ''. ..1..1 __ accordingly raised. WaIVi. .Inmtiftixl in n_!.ntr.tttit. .1."'.._I.... .MA. .,.yet.. we imagine he will be ken. on your tickets contain,the..namrf ....-
---- ------- -- -- -
AUK &'AY .w UU&v. U """U : ----A. '
1 f. i I whole sucn would prevent then tne far restoration. The ceed to show -briefly why he supported IiV" This then. .establishes 'our first proposition that But the Comptroller and Governor find cause of the track 'with a view .to help FKEMONT American candidates. Tao vplII4/
it. has
S .' question so as any this good and great tesman.Th .- the change of price of the p bllc lands was effected dissatisfaction with Mr.Wajker'a letter because be beat FILLMORE We are led to believe will:resort to all sorts of tricky aa4 IIOZIg
the ,. pure to
[ VS :.J : bearing on presidential election re- by one man. Let,us. proceed to oar second proposition said nothing: about!,Mr, Ynlee'a. application;and tickets 3N '
i tribute to the exalted worth of others that of *
paid .
splitting
: fact that the t
leaders
duees itself to .thisW-Whether there is ,'to wit hstttebang. was eflected by that, gentleman'aaayings. and,doings before tbe fJ'eiDthe of the Democratic '

'j -;.' I IJ'- any possibility that, such an act can bet Mr.. Fillmore was decid.ed11.the' happiest Mr.,Yolee for his individual benefit and the benefit Board Trustees when the price was r ised'audwhleb party in Florida publicly 'acknowledge less be attempted. Keep ad eye 1fr

: : before Kansas is rife for admission part of the speech, and.this :portion:; of of the RaUrpad.fo which i bewaa .
- ,'passed, engaged. Here sayings and doings of our Honorable Senator that tHey' would as soon see .'FreinontcIecthdas -they will bear watching.
: J. -S as State? Ifthe negative, can beT the subject.was handled by a master hand. also the proof ia .atbf l',lir Yalee U a large ,'they say, eaa.ed1ttobe"cl De. Now we hold -p.. .

1 :: : demonstrated.then all agitation of the sub ,Mr. VfclkerV: 8pe h''WIS' entirety. free land bolder in,Bis t Florid* m his individual right. &this to bei downright ingratitude ia these gentlemen; Fillmore. If they--were ONE VOTB !Americans ean"

t 4 ; jctiatutiIea l d unwise. from anything like partiian. asperity or and the risiogthe pric f other.lapds,of course It was'certainly great forbearance. Mr. Walker, to come but. with the., : whole' 'truth they impressed upon their' min tO atI

t bitterness (as.if: too frequently .the case uoprore.the vaint! pi his l lands fie therefore,bad assailed aa be by the
, r'The'J sent Congress which has rejected was D.mocrsUpreu, and would no,doubt say they mudi ratJter ee the of ofe. Mai1a'ididate
'I. :t a bill proposing the restoration of the on the stumpy and'DQDe of.the opposition direct Interest in adranciog the price of lauds and hia !motives misrepresented, not to have,' exposed Fremont,elected than tWpatriot importance one W'

J S. -r "MissourTCompromise line will of were,mentioned except' in.the most 'honorable the placing 8obfgb.a price: upon ,the State Landsthat the whole afliir. He knew fun well that the expoaure Fillmore. for tie honors of office'

t: I :: 'poweiontho4thofMarch186andthe, gut 'and praiseworthyinauu r. no. one. would boy I would facilitate_ him in disposing ;would have been 'woi Ih.hundreds of votes Again we say we. don't think Buchanan: elected. by one.tote, and not aailts f? y
' of his own. .In tbe next place Mr. Yolee ut to him 'but be.forbore.. He felt 'DO bands will
: of that Congress will His remarks.were brought to an abrupt duDbc.Ia withdraw: -Nothing is therefore left We teen.defeated by oe fOe .ytt
tuccewpr commence President of the Killroad '
being constructed from tied aod that as orall.imaD
'
were ; an be bad '
Its first session termination. : ,consequence of a summons. for the'American party'to' do ,but to assemble CA
three wUI(4Et to
from the
yean, first Fernaudina to.C &I'.K'1i. Ibis one. of tbe principal DO HglJt, being but 'one-member uf the Board, to hope Aniericaa voter
I -'-of'next: .D cember. before tEattime from the,steamer, on.which:he departed, Btockholden-haa- 'en masae&at the ; 4th E -
.:. Lonj; the credit of being.pro speak of what, bad occuredal. (lta meetinga until polls, da ihe haadoathftdayofelectioacoaata .

i{ ; 1 ..: ; Kansas will either be in the Union or andbnleaingthi stand he.was' greeted. jector of the scheme and l ia in every way tdentifi the Trustees directed their action to be.made pub-7 II day'of Novemoer. next. .and elect. their far aad one wrf*-T turt tM 9tt .
< k
reiterated -- -
-
*
.! knoekingattkedtrsofCongiessforad.. by. and pro'onged applause.Our with it 'By an:act of our Staa:Legislaiare, (See lie. TbeOuvcmnondCotuptzul1er; in their des ? 7 |' "* ''<*
-
.
bewad do -, .
vtHite. to
Tbcyare it
S
,::1 '-4 t N .: i'on;. ,If'an act for the restoration of :;Editorial neutrality. prevents our Acts of 1854, pale U.):,donation alternate .eetions peratloD\ bave'brougbi. it before the public bat,II.. ..l .. ". .S ; 'S .. I' Lew- I jtoa: 'j M-rL! 4.0'nosera. t1fI.

I < ', tbe. Mifisoari ComDromise then. i* it netS saying.more.at this time of Mr. Walker's iaraU. .miles I on:eiUersJde of the BaUroad t_ _*..\t.And__v _.Ihemae1.L. .yeti_ __io. _the_ .*condition_.. of.. man. 1t.., f: ., .". SI k I----" .. _' h" ,_,',.__ .t_& _M'._
S :' > S .edbythepre.itortheuextucceed'eriepa & -- -- ---- speech-that it*effective and# 'one .ofmark sn4a, similar! Eanuo several, th.ir0&4i.CIIOOD" : in weed a ireson to arold woo,drowniug leapr upon-lb.Gnu,deepiirf or oman aaa I I, r -\ *ir ;.."r-i.lHl8e fc ., .DO !itecenrea ay..4i ais CJ r.ceeM.'MMI .
'- ODju&.r.
.' '. iag Coagress it,is certain that it will nev-: adility/seems have been generally aa located. !pecimber;,IBM, when/Mr. .Yule* frill.not prevent bia sinking but will prove support a great Sboul4wlrienda by making a- grand tin'..
f 'k. 1tZ' 'conceded. : bfloeoced,th..Tra.t to raise the price of lands"' embarrassment kU rising to tb. aarfiwa again. I bkeohls5: ,the Cta'of October oeetioa We have a tU!a '' ;
ed'atslLTheprethit Con- ; oo ,
.. .., !. .. : 'As.tIle' steamer S.' his ruwl:aa Dot located in Aiachui" Wears truljr graUfied KM!Ihe rfacl.l 'ar,BOW b* .
the.wharf Levy
1- rounded out aadt '
8--.i', "...','... :.... "C"NM TilIyaM BO such. .act,',for .the 8 ent. three r -cheers:;W&N zram CoootTe,'aod' 'U'was tberafore not i jo'a condition' fore tbf people and tbfr.wilt hart ao
:.;'ii..r.Zf S'.th.. *' T.''.( : .,,1 .. ..:1"d'., _' -.a.: ,majority.- ,TheOoegreas .}*pyId iana.Walker hearty tkenextG: "given Temor.of for to take'th! bewjof" 'tbl 'graot from &s Stot*.-" penetrating bjrwokHUiiawr0DrbaabMdci tbc fllmsej disgube et.the(i. boras''WaoqlrtgratUMaddreuot.tbeMfeaUeaeoitotba bi4/ I la .-jorK1' leHe e they itilIoet JjwUttheleigth'and ::9B. f t !
; J
i
will not it for themsoaAsA ..
-i ) "o- --h pass.: T.'t In tbi miantlme ha bared that some o/-bad ; pe>* bwa3of 'f' SS

S a ;: the', d_. ocratifl: still,have. FJ. rW, ,_- *-. of to-which b.1a be entitled.on"Uie'tee* lon of pie of Florida bad not''appeared at.earlier.% : d De aT" ...It. 11
.S "&e I: Si \" .tI' t 'tJr -' 'J Had Mr. Wa4k"fcUatihwty.tu xpoa MM tru* tbo'1 land'will io trtJffl fldou5 Let bs4flUls'Fl 1L we.kw,pbit.4 'ea&Mi*.. .
,a cefidency'in the Semte.Even the hi 4" a
; xlfodUit COUNTY N6bIfltATIOXL- ,. .-INd. .by pir.O*.. 'HeraWt ca ..of.;'Woff,lbs piles*f ih.*pablie& kadi "it by,. la whhe.. an..sa4. .. ;:
aot.SIDIDOO(the uo 1t'1 W .M'; t1 _&rx&iereelf'on tho .lae"el heW
.'. blianJ'oulaaJa r. $ bIiittib'I wiwldbATaiclraaM.iRMiattbUwftaiaiteg $ oYer 4e.ars! .. ,iuwe4
_a..S .r.-u 1'J ; d. .Jao, man' "' in.:tkt". party ;ijeaough The D $(this Ooutyeo. ..ie_ar..1.i'"U\i .' p.wt*tofcta aaawar ta ti ,.- : S L C\tJ! ;' oC'.H. ',' axspL1i !'.. as.te. .flt1r; I

.4' ; _tea ARISTIDES Do am' aid 'ELIJAH We ed.sndsir.) 'a ('H,. _oftra B".:IB ) .01 .1QMa.freaMSIC .
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1 .. .. -i 4 cDKnUc* 1rOrtbicS' American part ;aed igaaHtb : lVotice. : GEOEGIi :JftMSEEtton : -j a-- -I-- .

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VW Amcncsa. family! .Cuudr if ws sfcmd 1 .. OFFICE F. .iG- Wfa..rn '
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.CIO I DIIf bicc."bikncGl FUSepiiJthlSW.MsEcrroa : 1 %*the*#*inatalmentofflvejei.ooe ts bat _ft. 1M loseb wWte u albe.ier, CAPITAL: "
Stt4rart. SLWb'. : ; Capital Stock of said Cumpaav Kabeea-eafied fefj i :t OLASStXJ. **II".so not bow their bnst s.bsd- H4 the: .. !xIx7.'S S-

1 Mk4l4-'.at co u'W The I see*a aoaoancemeet to the 2Tncv'of Satarfor to .paid tm'or. before the ant day orember HIn I IPrcIasers -y.deIica&e their 6ieHe.1I: ._. : : ,. -
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I tiwp* .Oft p.s. SignedAtaftitVia i wbica it appears 1 am A .. v*"""T laBVsmijil ,%HsV :
et W'-initb. what JJronJerotlbe. ." .8a y. bertnbl868. yoer toot."and wash tIN teeth atgbt sod SS
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Id cT13'AprI'itbeLIeIPstcnzi. .: *,f the name. I give beW the notice. I CL 9.
.f .acd ttJekd the AslIc mast any tj way(apology ibat II egret the notice;, Sec'I.Treumw F..L&O. C.L B.o bayiar oae.tidd Kambsr and oas ._ __ '11.eee 1 .t..t t*t1f1. "._" : ;
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ndCC n Ik-e CipL Sttwt luul b .- i a. V.Z47 be much we a two -ede*
# ; 'bimc .rsia aaW cteP ek'Ct..u I T. might Lan M CAidUaV friend*- Mr. Bernard : .* :News tad Alligator Adrertlser pleasa copy 'J nr, rcu,now. ftssccnox. KAY easily be auired by slIng the .BALX 5M !" ; ..: :" .5
te uicu docs tI'e Ginrrnvriid worse than lie hart Mr. Bker. I long since bad U.- 01'A TnOUSAND FLOWEA.'l" It will remove .S ,.

1, "". cp the mamtIinr flJl"rt aid to both the gentlemen, Meter Flemmingand I NOTICE SAMUEL SWAN & CO.. .*.aers._ TAN PIMPLES ADd FRECKLES from the skin, JI1flT.1'1'nl" 'ilt: :
? fat t.eI aDd tnn: Bernard and ifl'mist&ke Dot toMr. Dawkiaa 1 HE endersiga d hereby frfvesimtiee that M -J.- r. leaving It of a soft said roeea,1nae. Wet a towel k ,", .
1. .J ia tixg 1Ia5.Lnd ..1 I that& if ibey desired tbeniceflw&licitorI wueld L has hero daly appointed assignee of tbs assets }' a.omitiq ts POST two or three drops and*.wsah lbs face LOTTERY' : : : .: S-.,., \
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r -pc..tbd CII8I b at Ibe Pl1lA(rum wblt !I Uuow IM,febstscle io the -I beUere I bare of WflliamW.Hnll late merchant ADd requests night sad morning.. _
: way all i indebted the said "" ;
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Wbit cxpcc 'n'e : t' fulfilled KJ promue and sJncerrir hope that the persons O K-XEW8UI4' ,
rgai .u sabzuit i.i"2r .aeb dtdatauu t race.iU Mtiar.ct ry,0 sit parties eoDeft'I. Hall either by Bate or buUk account to make im. wn; distribiRd according to the ibHowlagScljctnetll sRLYtha-MADE EAST: i
she mediate payment. He further gives notice to the To be Drawn in the City f Me** 14 .
m.srUs at p.4Lssd Ufting 1h4t signing hmself4t.athe' wETjoof shaviag4 rash ia ,'. ._ S
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tt.eta1l1 ftY.r"01'M U.JIil .'j' 4t tlee ncurd w the c.'mua Court of.il certified creditors of tbe of said their William claims W.him Hell, to present Ua9nifirtnt t t t mId wster'isrsa two Of'three drop.of'BAL or gomery, Alabama, in paMSe .'t.'dit : : "
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:- .Eu JllkrfHTU c'A W4 fur the true of OF A THOUSAND FLOWERSnt S
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I ""f respectfully; submit the notice refered to.my tiers the first their day December rata distribution next that of the they may re- 13 80,000. TICKETS-IWM, 'PRIZES 11!f.' well and it will make a beantifid soft lather much ,Friday, October 10th, 185f.Wf.tf ;';.;- S
1 i rr- Trnly Yours pro sMcts. facilitating the operation of sharing Price ON THE HAVANA PLAN= .. "" 7
1 ;j L re8JeTi. especially F 1. WHCATOJC. JOHN HAAS 1 Prieof.. .....$40.000 I(.............140,000 Fifty .. For.sale la JacboafUIe. br only $; '

rt"S\t 1.tbi: wbh "e ewiWi-h iu an tb. XEWXAMTILLK, Sept 2Cd, 185*. Middlebcrg l ,Sept.24-oo S Assignee. 1 Prize of..l0.00u 11..10.000I C.DREW. U.. .'', k:-t-7:,"d:'
J",.J.i.i4 Ih4ie2. SIR Prise of.,10,000.ls.-........40,000I At V.llm
e fac.a 1 I : 10 a.much uJ.mt..sl.. B&kerbanesip the Book Store SID "
I ATTENTIOIf ST.JOHNS FIRE Prize mm "i-/
,, : fn.s.wou n. teqei.tiun vi1iW1 ed his S 4Aeitinbtp It a late bar and for 01'.6.000.11.-.6.000. Jaly UIIIIL .. "
L JILe ) .'wprunie are 1 I puqK$ Lest known to himself very though evidently 00" I.Tr.TBF 1 Prize ot...'....t.OO it..............2,000 __ Tel ...' ". ;.f,. "

teT'V.! aWy.' and iuittffctorlr.'Ftonda w benefit b..friend Mr. Wbeadon for it is 1 Prize 0.1.*, is............... Sundries.Red *Pratt fcyalb im/ull tntbcW.c n reported members nf tbe St.Jomrs Flu
,. CoPAn Prize ot.- . .. .. .
Yilkf'i. ,and in the wli lean I b jre that"Wbesd.in is tu be hi a I ,.I.000 .. .. 0 S S
,' : ::: 1 aruc e rne t auld atte.jiit.tn'cricns !! successor we.nfAhirhua.rrbeetfay requested to be and appear in full UNI 10 Prizes of......,200( &...............t.oooi Marking Chalk Metal ic for S ,
.t' die present the Dame JLSSE FORM in front of the COURThOUSE on' Fai- Eyelets foatening PRIZES AMOUNTING T8 'f -; ..
Bead it Dtnaenaianjcation T. B &NABD.ofNewnaniiville.tofiU: the office of DAY ETzxixo Sftb for Purade. B* ,order of the i 100 Prizes Cf..t;.l ar..l ,OOO documents; Silk Taste,,oo spools, for papers J ... "( S "
.3 t'ft?. d II n: !I Reed;t eier Lsidj0 r Solicitor for. the Eastern Jnd.cial District Mr. Foreman. Jl.F. APr Secretary. Appr'oiimatlon, .Prizes. Drawing Paper and Brass Pin i Red Office Tape: ..ic :'
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*" .. Music Staff Pens and Blank wm be distributed scenrdiarto tlte feHewW
i* Kcruard w a talented Lawver aid a sUuch Demo- Music Pape j The -- if \
.__J e fmm ocr c teem cr.t, aud will! fill the office with credit. Please PROCLAMAT1ON.TJIEREAS .- : C Prizes ot |.SOO Ap'g to 140,000 Prize are.On Rudiments of Drawing oa setfs of cards, for tbe MAGNIFICENT SCHEME., '* '
W.t l4u. PQW a rcsldent ifd give this notice as extensively as the shortness of 4 Prizes tf: lOOAp'jf' 10,000 Prize are..400 .Tissue Paper; Buff Envelope Paper; Blotting 1 Prize of..'..f .OOOia.....-,..*i0,0O6> '
.Ga tbi i.C t.. Mr. Cole is an ludetbai ihe time will permit.. ALACHUA. a raeaner has oecared in tbe office 4 Prizes of TSApVto ioOoO Prize.,.100 Paper, whit and red. in large and small 1 do t......25,0(0 is........ ., "" '
: ,.4 alrays;a.jest be t* *. 11'I 1*. :01 am a Fleming man "'. Alacbua can V V of Solicitor 'or the Eastern Judicial 4 Prizes of -GO-Api to': Jo.OX) Prbeare.-.UO sheets i Copying Ink and Oil Paper; File-board 1 do ....12,000 is..........IXOOO '. '

? t""lh' .%lace be ait. InN,.- oScran apugy for m,$pdliDg my name, re- Cireait of this State by the resignation of Jimes 4 Prizes!'' MAP s.oOOPr are..200 of pasteboard, (or filing away papers ; Invoice 1 do ...........10.000 ts..IO,000 ,
n.c.,lledlle tall *nr wtner member err the I i hips," I inigbt be a Bernarder. Afraid the time'ls J M. Baker it is b' ordered that an election to 4 Prieesnf 4OAp'gtO '1,000 Prize are..I SO Bonks sod Letter-holders Letter and Cap size. 1 do ....6,000 b.1,000 : \-
_lft. I hL btc.inre! .1 his frauin** 1 f I j tow bhort. Better stick. Ptta't mind the 3Vic supply l the racanc? in said office be held atthe 4 Prizes or ,LSp'gto '1,000 Prize..100 Fcrsaleby C.. DREW 1 do .5,000 11.1,000. I

Lc has always Let a cn'wtkdtkeIiez3ct1" I., It aerer hart auy body bat Democrats.Y.. ranoas precicts of the Conntirs cum Oti A' tbe 40 Prizes of SOAp'gto tOO Prize ape..800 _____Ocean St. near Bay.GraJiam's 1 do ............J,000 b..,000" .
of tue r". He ot' I Eastern Cireait. on Monday,the 6th day of October 15.000 Prizes of amounting..,......120,000 I do ....1,000 are..ooo. .

tj"! it fleeu: lie tL:.kN t.td i I i proximo. The returns of aaid election to be Magazine 10 do ...............500 ire.........SjOOD .,;
I :ft'ft' :. titxr i a more c..mpe- I tiM e friends wf L. I. FLEMING, announce mrd in the manner prescribed by law. 15.1B5 Prizes amounting: to.......$204,000 80 do ...............'00, sre........12,069 S
.6t DAVID uf t !:5uk thLO 31r. 1.:. I biui to the dcctura of the Eastern Judicial Circuit I Witness my band and the seal ..f tbe Slate of Whole Ticket$10, Halves $5, Quarters$2 50. FOR AUOUTFORk8ALE.BY C. DBEW.. 100 do. ...............500 are.........2&00.* "
: ,.G"'ef' tit tlii State as a candidate lor tbe office of Solicitor Florida dune at the Capital in tbe CUT of T.IUbu Plan of the Lottery. THE August Number of Graham is unusually APPROXIMATION PHIZES. .

:_ __ .. at the cn. atng election, the same baring be- !I eeibial3thdaT. September A. D. l8d. The Numbers from 1 to Zo>000, corresponding 11 and various in contents. Sereral of the [ 4 his of(400 App.10 fSOOOO prise are.1.100- Sr
Letter. conic ricaat b/the rcaiguatioa James M.Baker, JAMES E. BROGUE G.'". of Florida. with the Numbers oa the Tickets printedoa leading articles being Ulostnted after tbe manner r 4" 1.0" 2&000prizear.I,200
That & the Oorernor Attest ." separate ofjfarper. 4 .4 250 II _
By :- slips of are encircled with small tin ILOOOprisasrs 3,000 11 5
;rae letter ire rcceircd from Gorcracrhst F. L. VILLIPIGUE tubes and placed paper in one wheel THE NEW VOLUME OF hARPER commene- 4 .4 175 II 10.000 prize are TOO .-. .
track in the lastFhrsdian r The friendc JAMES B. DAWKIXS ar sep 24 Secretary of Stale. The first 117 Prizes similarly printed sad en lug with Jane,offers a suitable time for criheraI 4 L- 150 .0o0prizesiw .. -1 S
: sppsars nwance bun u a candidate fur tbe office of Solicitor circled are placed in another wheel. The wheelsare begin the work., Those wubiog tbe June Nnm 4" 123" 5.000 prize are 180: :;
a2,9e shnost word forTtf3ddrtfoarncJgLborisstiIlof at the ebl1iDlt election OB the 6th day of October ALEXANDER. then revolved and a number is drawn from ber and those following,can be supplied for any 4 II. 100" Z.000ars 4G.

\ next. THOMAS. the wheel of Number*, and, at the same time period by payment t* the. subscriber la advance 4 .4 80" l.OOOprizesre '. .- .

v. t1ct it is n tecir. If any getz2IWIevN :- (own LAT ritM or LAWTUX AXO ALJr'l'aQIL) Prize is drawn from the other wheel. The Number according to the asaal terms, $3 per saunm.jaly r 4".4 70 II 1.000pTisesrsH, 2flO .
1' r\ arid Prize drawn oat are opened and exhibited DREW. 4 to. 1,0'Xiprizesn lOG: .
it fcibea forgery, all l he 0 I s:3tm. t1oA Utl Comma.iooen 40 .0" OOnriiaare 1 sno S,
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j kllJillw Mgi][ wi } to audience, and registered by the -- -- II --- r'i
read GOT. Brooke's letter the Prize tbe amber $50 REWARD. 120" SO 400priMftrtSOOprixesre t.-: .' S
bE' ,j i to _._ -ANDHPLAKD being placed against S '
and then call WI antI drawn. The operation is' repeated until all the RUNAWAY from tbe subscriber ia Oca!*,Flo 400 to" *,. S ; '. ."
B d e F1ofl", qii COTTON Prizes are drawn oat.Approximation. :, my boy GEORGE.. The j', S '
_&he oae ia our ) l n. JACKSONVILLE Frizes said George is about 30 years old and 5 feet 7 or 8 1.000Frize.smou 'to.........I, I-; .

-- -ee- -AND- The two preceding and the two succeeding Numbers inches dark.high Front rather Quick spoken,eomrlexion not Whole Tickets 310 Harrea 9S Qiuot >- .: '4::-? '

gWe invite the attention of our rcadettotictdrcrtisements P'amE1eob.c 1. B.IO: FAOTOB.. to those drawing tbe first 117 Prizes will be very out. He is rather teeth inclined much decayed to be and probaebly 0 ; ; "t :,

of 3iLs 3IATH- .5. entitled to the GS Approximation Pprizes,accord bowleUedhe ters $2,50, _. i if'; ',
; FOR BOADERS& DAY SCHOLARS. Foncardtny and Commission Merchant, wore his hair long sometimes platted. will S q" '..

la3Nr& 31. C. llu.x.a .. shore institution will beopened about tbe ing The to tbe 15,000 Scheme.Prizes of $3 are determined by tbe nay tbe tore reward for his delivery to me at FLAN OF THE I. LOTTERY1 '... .S .. : '.. _
THE Middleborg, Florida, or placed io any jail so I canget ; ;
---e.0-- of November next by Miss S.A.MATH- NO. 1 EICHANGE-ST number which draws tbe f40,000 Prize-if that him.' JAMES II. HILL. The Numbers from 1 to Srt.000,currapoadlsjtwitb .,".' ; -:
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I KM fit C"irt Jfcrearj.jVDeaocratic lilt. wltc. will be a M ted by other teachers. Miss number should be an odd number then every od'd Jal, 28, ISM. 6t the Numbers on tbe Ticketa*printed oa sena- 1 S .S -' .

Pdrtyaucl the Sooth. Mather has been engaged fur many years as oiKrintcmUut --AJNTD-: ,. number ticket in the Scheme will be'entitled to rate slips of paper are encircled witb small tia S .

Your observations of the ELLENTON FEMALE SOUTH ATLANTIC WIMRF $3; if an even number tbt-n every enD number Sheriff's Sale. tubes,and placed in one wheel. .": _
jfc&B: Er.irwss: : j :.SCHOOL Drunewlck: County Va, where she ticket will be entitled to 18, io addition to any The first 200 Prizes,similarly! printed and cadr l
editorial if tfte headel I I has pi general iatifa.ctaon.I other Prize which be drawn. be sold io front of the Court-House "
i Tdcr i llthjnstaut, I fen CHARLESTON, S. C. may WILL cled.are placed ia another wheel. The wheels srs
TLe tcm instruction in the shore School Purchasers in equal of odd in the City of Jackflbnrille! on tbe :
buying an quantity
Dc-aiocralic and the I I ISjata I Fy then revolved and a aaaiber is ,drawn from the .
el party 24-1 J first Monday in within
August next the I legal
will l>< thorough aad complete embracing the ordinary sep j and even number tickets will be certain of draw wheel.Nambers, sad at the sane time Prise te
," a.r 25 jut as they arc Htrikinp:.1 I and higher branches of English. the Ancient DISSOLUTION. ing nearly one-half the cost of the same, with boars female of sale about the following twentr-fire negroes to wit Joanna drawn from the other wheel. The Btfses 4 .
ia aki of the late bill and UuUtrn Language Instrumental and chances c>f obtaining other Prize a years of age, and Prize drawn
The pass ? tency of LAWTOO 4k ALEX her out are opened sad exhibited to IS* :_ S _
j i V.*-al 1 Mus:>. Trrnis moderate which will be an- THE Co-partcersbip All those tickets ending with 0, 2,4, 6, 8, are two children a boy named Sam.about fwur audience,and registered bj the Commia.ioaers.tfcs _
asttlistae &: oslin tLe act. is this da1 dIssolved by mutual ornsent. of and Sarah a girl abont six months
years age
% roj i.oanced iu due time. eren-all those coding with 1,Z, 5,?,V,are odd. Prize being placed against the aamber'deavn- _

in 'full
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T5jutct! Territory, and tue doctriuesfftjulkrAAerci br T. Alexander who ia authorized to settle tbe All of $1,000 and under paid immediately I Noble! A. Hardee and James C. Webb.Diabft A drawn out. .

utvrj? embodied in the FASHIONABLE Ty.TT.T.TWABV business of the shore Firms and will continue the C5T after priM the drawing-other Prizes at the Cannon Charles J. Patterson. Asapb Dnnbar.URIAH APPROXIMATION FRIZM ::
sad commission holiness his .
I Iu factorage on own BOWDEN.
ut KibnAinj! L: the .t territory, u totally MRS. M. C. HILL accunnt. W. S. LAWTON. Usual time of SO days. 5herffofDuni1Co. The two preceding and the two saeeeedfeg 5aav .

iai&Bslle e'i principle! of honesty T110S. ALEXANDER.NOTICE. All communications strictly confidential. The July 9. 18U. ben to those drawing the first 200 Prizes will b*
any .i RATEFUL for past Cirors would respectfully drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers I entitled OOAppraJtimatioaPraes.seoordiac -..:
c!. II the ia
first October.Unreins .
iraa hare boca glorifying in LADIES:; OF JACKSOXUILLE S wUbJrawing tbe above Firm solicit a Address orders for' Tickets or Certificates of Mo&day Lirgemember: that etery PriZe is drawa.uictpal.bl. _
I I Packages of Tickets either to !. in foil without deductioa. .
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tie triazpa of hquatter 'ercinty in II I rnd it*ridnity that she will nH r en her store on the continuation of patronage hum taj friends fur SAM'L. SWAN 4 CO.. Atlanta, Ga. Flnid. AU Prisesof 11.000 and aadef,paid Immedlstslr 'S I\ '- S_ _
&MSS i I first October with'a rich supply of the mostf..hktkilh'dI l1r.l T.Alexandersep S. Ala. received Burning Ibid at $1,00 per
JerntKT: can now coolly undo or SWAN. Montgomery, JUST after the drawing-other Frizes at the usual
I I, kIJ .dw arti..l. in. _h.r_ lin._and b.,_ !- j-8 W. S.LA WTOS'. THOMAS McMlLLAN. at the "' _
tiorwurk the --------- ---J --- -- A -- --- -- or Agent time ot 80 daya. .
andplace Territory uafaCwrressItmal -, by -attntiao to merit their further APOTHECARY HALL -
Fla.
}iriMiijit patron Jacksonville
Sept. 10 r: TTie drawn numbers will be fbnrsrded to' S
intervention and HONEY mONEY mONEY! _. Jane Mb, ISSS-ZU Jacksonville Fla.
legis- ;: I. ------- purchasers Immediately after the drawing;' :" S .- S _

Jr: it L*dlSk-ult to uud rstaud ; but it New 'York SrpL:. 155 BE WITHOUT MONEY when it is LOST. 8. SWAN 4 0. ./1, _

.1 core dmcolt to understand huw I Iert WHY as easy fur any one to be around witb IL LLPeraons are cautioned against trading for, Take .Notice: bJQTL, SW C01..AtJuta.Maasfer;\ -. _
$20 EI.E'vc.4.B.D.1f1) a packet full as n )t, if they only think so. I heregut 1orlucating land warrant No.92121 for forty Muntgimety'JJ S
Senators could! joiu them in the : AN way from tbe snbocriber about f urweck a new article from which fn>m fire to twenty (4'.J Derek,i.uvd ftr James Jones War 1312 aa- TL JAMES WRIGHT late of New York City .THOMAS If elf .j.Agent, ,

wi. It was a fla rrait departure frcni .Ji < :;. a negro man named WILLIAM dulliuii a day can Le cnadf, either br male <*r le- der act 8et,8ih 1$>0. As I bare lost said warrant IT.I. ,re pectfaIy] forma tbe citizens of Jacksonville JaekiooyifleFlLS
!! : a black' alxmt lire feet six or eight inches high. male. It i. highly respectable business, and an' and intend making application to the Commissioner and sarrotmdiDg country that hs U aow N. B. Letters cotjUining monej-will be aSrfe _
padp ,lenllic Jx>uticra Kepn cntan j I I about ttrentr years of age a likely I' n.... aud article which i i. wanted in every tuniljr in the United of Pensions, fur duplicate of same. oa a VISit to this city for the purpose of REPAIR Ir attended to and eoafidc S ,

Washington voted for the bill : wa lately bought; from the Estateuf Tbos.Starke SUtcs. Enclose me two dollars by mail at auglS J.LM1JONES. ING'and TUNING PIA og. De is fully prepared OctoberU 133S. i __ __

in KansasStf ''I Enterprise, Florida The above reward will be my risk and I will forward by return mail a Circular Professor ood'* Hair Restorative. : to do either at abort notice and oo reasona
ataajcp squatter sovereignty I {.aid upon his delivery i at the Work House in witb full intrnetkuit m.the art. The b91i- ble terms. Mr. Wright has taken rooms at the .
Ira years before, the whole &uth !!, Citarlet"U,or any.other!IiI where I can ret him. nn la Yen *ay. Try it. if y.u are 4>nt c.r inpU "Buffiagton House where he will be happy to SCHOOLTWO GLOIL :,
W opposed it as zn outrage on their 1 W.E.UASKELL.Charleston jm nit,and you will never regret it; fur i t will PROFESSOR WOOD'S HAIR RESTORA. recdre orders from those who may desire his serI I Terrestial Globeey.-Manthctare&' -
i Se)*'.24th 1SMSAVANl'1AHAND !. be better far you to pay the above sum, and insure sale at APOTHECARY HALL. I vices. Good references can be given it required. Josiah Loring. tfostoa-I"took. S
California.
iin. )Ir. CAUIOUS
a PMM) bn>ineM, than tit pay twenty-fire cents JACKSONVILLE FLA. Jacksoarille.Joljr<1.1S56. ENGLISH BID :-* very bsaatiJal rassOf ', '7.
*.jutljr sail, that it traa worse than CHARLESTON f..r *pnri 'Cagressioaal 1 "x usion. la Congress Try it! Try it! Try it! Address your letter t>, BALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS. Aaron W. DaCosta bles and coDnDien'ror. Loadoa editiora.- : .::
MONROE N. Y. Jacksonville 8 1356. ,' ____
Steam Packet Lise sep 24lyDWIOIIT ,Sept, Wm. Collins Paternoster Row-eoataiaiog ssaaa J'- _
wrere excluded by i>equals; but by Inspector and Measurer of lauaber." aDd fall collateral reading between lbs colaana. .

cotter sovereignty j we were excluded! byrefuse tatttriii: & Slaxnmuriu. ? Cared CORN OATS, RYE AND WHEAT (Duty Gmmunontd and -Stfonu) TurkeyMorocco oae plain. ettveeolovthe :: : ;.::1 6 ,

of=11 -1I3tWDi, caxt into Calitew. The nperii'r Steamship constantly on hand and for*sale at the solicits the patronage of bis other parole, richly gilt. ; ., ', ,- S : ;- S
-ii jJGUIDO.\ F.OAHDEN Uy Dr. WYCKOFFOf KEPT Grist Mill also, Graham Rye and RESPECTFULLY led st the Bnffingtoo House QUARTO BIBLES,(with H"Uo ._" ..-,.,;H' .. _
But after the Kansas Act was ,!L3.-;wt-_ ... :. C Cunimander I leaves, aran- -PITTSIJ UI?G PA. Corn meal, and Grist at the lowest cash prices. will meet with prompt attention. sag ISHOTUL. Bible,American edition,beautiful letter sad psasr.with :, :;: : : _
cad : _. fine ADd iUumiaatsd tuts S :..: : _
nah fur *
josed; uattcr sovcreigDty operated Cbarlei>t< n ettry Corn groaod on toll at tbe usual rates. Particular nnmeroos plates .
nfjTor of the! South bow dared Wt-duesdjiy and Satar! afternoons at 6 o'cluck Without Pain or Surgical Operation. attention will be given to the selection ofSeed ltIERCHAItT'S j Bound ia Turkey Morocco red. : Ji!' ,:J. _

any Returning 'lea rex Charleston every llunday and will send the care to any part of the Oats and Rje. JOHN CLARK. Episcopal Prayer Book. S
Ladies can b.taught music on the S
ontasra Itepre cnt3tire to interfere, by Frid.r ?ternoonsat S u'cluck OMmecting with WHO wo the receipt of fit); and the aUK to YOUNG Forte, by applying to Catholic Prayer Bookie S > ..

.Cflojre&aioaal legislation, to overthrow it the }Florida Boats both W.f'' money returned if the care is not effectual. All SHIPPING ARTICLES ang204m 1In.C. C BOZEMAN. COPTIXO PC ES3-Ou perfectly DeW .a S ___

ii tiii Territory? The truth is, Messrs.E&ori 4etits.1 j IJ.P.IJILOOLS.E. LAFFITEAU lW'HafI4A.C/a4r... letter must be addressed to Dr. Wyckoff. Box A Supply of same receired per Steamer this good Letter Press. ;S _
74G. J'.t"barJh .in e.re of Artham ,Rodgers MRS. WIRT-S FLORA'S DICTIONART.5 S
OL C DREW NOTICE. .
I fear the South has no statesman Oct.1, 1S G-ll a it c V j. Bault.P. ." % _day, (Wednesday) One copy Mrs. M'S Flora's Dictionary a. laa .

M Coajress. Her Hepreseatatives .S. C.nvcp<>ndeui. will please enclose stamps DAVID II. GALLOWAY* ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Maria present fur a'bunCl la quarto fund bias and f3 ,, _

ftere tboLt and DISSOLUTION.- for return pusuge.CACTIOIT. (Svectttor U Xturi.AiuvwnZ tt Eict,) ns late of Dnfral County deceased are bindingwith eMovW &. : : S _; _
expedience They tb make immediate to S
party. hereby require
who cannut produce payment LARGE PRESENt BOOKS. Two beantifal .
'HE beretuiure -AUper oD my -
tate for frjuatter sovereignty, or vote toitpal 'J J the Clip:'rtDd'fobip. under the existing name mod between stile genuine certificate, are humbugs.ep 0 3IANUFACTURER AND DEALER the undersigned sad all persons baring claims large octavo Present Books-rich btadiaf aad t: -

it, to propitiate Abolitionists, just ul 8.B. Thompson A Cu, is ibil day desolred by 24-ly-2 Dr. W. XX KTKRT TABJITT orCOMMOY against fully- authenticated the same are withir.requested the time to present required them by choice contents. S' _

mutual c*.ase<'. All indebted to the said AND FINE CANDIES These with numerous other Books,sad srticMS S _
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persons S
,nenooal interests politics law or this notice will be plead in bar thereof. ,
party ap- ia the line for sale \
Sa1e
firm will please call on either of the undersigned, For QOTMT Envgkton and Vfkitattr Streettt I. D. HARTTIIOMASL Stationery by ,
fear to require in "uhington. *t Kadd eburg. and setUe their accounts. The A Valuable Sea Island Cotton SAVANNAH,OEO .WITH. C. HKW". t _
GllLEXVILLE.C03IMUNICATIOXS I bosioe wili be oiatinued at the old stand aDder 20-8w Rucutort. _JIll Ocean-street. Mat Bay. :
tbe firm IlrdgeJ A Cole. S. U. THOMPSON. PLANTATION -.t is also the constant receipt of dried Fruits lug

-------- -.--- -- JOHN HEDGES. on Pablo Creek St. Jobas Hirer .II tats.Ac., which be offers to the Public at SALE MAGNOLIAleusk. S __

lIiddkbu Fla, Oct.I, 1S4-2t SITUATED Bar containing Two Thousand two reasonable rates. Dealers would do well to gireas FOR tf
..'= Uoadred Acres seven hundred of which U very a calL No charge for Boxing or delivery at 300' of Lime, lost reeeired and for 4AaJt. '
Railroad Steamboat. sale by ELLIS,LED WITH, t Co. ST. AUGUSTDTE E.7.establisbmdot S
orb is
MU.VL&ZVXA Fu. l&4..ILoWdI Notice Limited Copartnership; fine cotton land four bundred icb cleared .
September Sab. in condition for Sarannab, Sept.10. 1856. < 20th l8&Constable' ." ftao.'Ta&eddnrillgtbep.ut
and all under feace,aad good a lyPROCLAMATION. -pHIS has ,been l S
allow a eocinno.ition'SDeJsncnLt 'I 'jII bare this ( limited I _
yoa snUeribers day crop next year. Excellent Corn and Jane can be Sale. JL summer painted tfao p..:
a puce ia your columns. It is X for the transaction oft general I : for. '' .
partnership produced upon the lands. Also a out,cleaned'Ae. and is now ready _
r ird time I hare ever appeard be >re the pob- I invrcautUe recvtrmg and forwarding business. tract of one hundred acres forty-fire BY Tirtae snthority, in me rested by law,, twill INVALIDS TXA5SXE5T '
hC1.iI&LleTtIpper. bat ss a !. I feel eumf The business will b-s conducted wider the name .cleared all Hammock and very rich HJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that aa EJeell expose for sale before .the Court FAMILIES ____
y*f the oucrue of a portion of the Den aad sty le of Hedges 4 Cute. in quality also upon tbe Pablo Creek a tion for Electors President and Vice President Hoase door oa the first Monday of October next BOARDERS Ic. .

party towards me. &eose I hare lit* iodiDe i John Hedges aud Geo. W. Cole are the general I The first offered land has apoa the of the United States will be held at the asa- the following property to wit: South-east quarter For tbe future ) Thompson,a.lady ycastisicg -_ _
:tu. whom pre&r tbe difl is the al in the several Counties this North-west quarter..f section ten of Township of S _
y amwog -c..u.tes ww before the fur sof. TUESDAY the 4th of November wool Range twenty-six. and East known as TW -
people ast and all other necessary out-bnildinga, 00 day proximo, Sptb experience, will have the saperiateadsaesv
.I.laa assailed by them, and my friend. are cer.Tb{ partners ire all residents of Middleborg, with year quarters far sixty nexrurs. The place is returns thereof be made io tbe manner and time the place whereon, ilrs. Abigal)Bush,now resides. subscriber solicits a eootiaaanea of past .. S _
tg I am a ret y&&;**&1 bare no itfloctsc?. Daral Cwnty. FluriXi,and the term of tIN partnership healthy, affording by sending a few miles the finest prescribed by law. The number of Electors to Levied on as the property of John W.Bush to Under the present management, every sssHlna .;, S _
% I am w lug they slull enjoy their opinion. :, is for twu years from UM d te hereof. oysters sad Ibh. Oood water and excellent be chosen is three. / satisfr sa Execution Issued from a Justice Court witb the assistance of. the present ansftsss.jriB ba 1: S _
Lf.41. theta any relief to tluuk so. But they S. B. TnOllJ-SON. for stock of nil kinds. The late of land is ''In testimony whereof I hue hereunto set my wheria David Waad Pietv FouuUia are I'IaLitiff.snd made to give genera Th koaat fa S S r
f J have chaaged their sudden range band and eanlftt to be affixed the Seal of the Joba W. Dash Defendant. _
1r. opinion very JOHN HEDGES.GEO. bounded by the Atlantic.'u the East, Tbe owner desirably tuaed,1Md. S _
1J.4w i1e liTing ia gt JOUM (J Qo. W. COLE. wishing to enter into other business will if applied [SZAL.,]State Florida. Done at the Capitol ia the Property pointed oat* by Plaintiff.; Rom Airy CUa and JVre MWfurnuhtd (1esZf S _
'2 ?mpuruiaed euneaad aid them ia this jti&Cebarg. Fls, Oct. 1. 18M 6t4 lor belbre January, 1857, take fur the entire City Tallahassee,this ZOtb day ef August HENRY GOODE. ;.: .
59 a t ITetCiuyazs. I woaldaak them property ZOO acres, dye thousand dollars cash A.1)1354. JAMES E. BROOME Sept J. IsM Constable D.C. Jiandtondy. NotkinyBetng :. :' : :S
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tnt7 1.Irua s r..rpUea the canvass of 185 4. Governor of orida. .., ; .
delirery. Fur iertber particulars apply to DI..olutioa \ S
-.bad a. idaeeee then j 1 certaialy dune more October 1st 18-56. cpuo UOPKIN By the Goreroor. Attest:- ., of Copartacnblp. tra !AIPr., < 1 '')-4"..' : .

=il very IDea wh DOW assail too. Sow, Mr. Jacksuarille, C. Fla; F. L. Viuxnovsv fl HE Copartnership bereM.existing between entlrelr beilt of wood which readers it S ,. : :.: -
.* 'the cmt cscse of eooRilsint agai;aa me is received pcrSafUa* and Grtutd from I Sept. 10.'18M. tt. Secretary of Florida. X thesub.cribersundcrtheflrwaadatyleofEfllsLedwitb free from' dampaesa.' The, raosaa-siBBsetst'by '-
., *lE-fu-.lr--.w oWmak 7LetterCov.if JUST York. I &.it. 10 183e._ I A Co, is this day dissolved by mo* Foldiag'Doors with FurpUces, sad aliaste to i.' -.' __ _

;zdIta.Perry cd be was D.t the Cao1 fLOUB.. FULTON ASSET BEEF. N"oUce.ALL '-. taaleooseot.Tbs windows openinV throagb to the Piaasa. sad ale .,
Jo. .the AMICr .I'ArtI. I w uld Yute for CRUSHED. PULVERIZED DHOWS ,NoUce. busine fthe firm'will be settled by 8amaal Fords a delightful proaMoade of MO feel aadarsxteets ;i
; 1 .,"u4 CMW reiterate tbs same.ha ,JLSD COFFEE SUGAR. HAILS.TUf persoos indebted JU*tine firm of Parkbast ALL persons baring claims against the estate Ellis,and will be continued by him OD bis own the boas flUID rain cold winds Aeraad _ _
alwal. e been a Deoiocrat.aad haTl W4R. OILS TOBACCO. .Ad Dai JacksoariTe, will- please calla Willuo Haddock deceased,late Dan aeeoaaU Therefore all persons hewing aasettiedaecouats forms a dd'tghtfnl Bxruur fross .cmaaiissssat at

u I always have oo-tirlhose TEA CITBOS.
peiper JARRETT A ALEZANDBB.BeMLjS firm has been dissolved the time prescribed by law,or this notice will be diately., SAMUEL ELLIS. a central position,fcring &be Sooth sad .. : : -
-.ada IDOI'e hot U U anoec s axTa Ezcbmng. Bsttdiag. by tbe d Mth of Joha L.Adams,one of the plead b bar of their recovery: all I pen indebted ,WILLIAM LED WITH. from other _. It .oatahw4Bcoareaieacies ;' 'rsN aa4 I

.le1abuTMa them the more. Tlala his CoraerBTOTIOIL firm., ,The old business most be closed-immediately to said estate are requested. to make immediatepayment. ..trr'ADDISON RICHARDS. ia general sad fer;."--T'IrT. .

::sbI 1Iiameorl shoald*Dererhav aor *' ia eonscqaenee thereof JOHN HADDOCK: -.- lIIAGA.ZI .cannot be surpassed.J ; .
ES.
3 Their customers and other en still SEPTEMBER
every person 4daimidrater. *. fa sdvertyajr Ot aaorsvists) _
N.)11 oojeet
:lItJ ..i GEO LE., accommodated the old staad with all kind of September 10!,185*. H1BPEBS.: GODET8. ,aad GRAHAM'S, for make kiowa to-1 friends dial tfeis. ."* .. fir S __ ___
... ys hereby ins; that after pohlkatioa of tais BO goods exceedingly LM for'Qui oalw., Call ia sad X the fataw.wilt givsj satisfcetioa as x..j.r..mt.d l ,

J&C'DOS1"- &- .'. IKt. J; ticefcir six weeks app4katkmwiil be mads to, .see lur. pIG..L :.ta33r'.,'Bo"teL -Harper contains eonlinnotinn of'"Porte CrayoaV 01'DO charge will be.made.4. laoKeita w..
of, B.
the Co ais ioaer OfFenIIusS. forth* hiss a BtJSSEY.AfGL 0 raeyYirgials sketches-tbe Dismal Swamp. LLCIJI.
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Jl -I _'ill ttto last Jfttet a com.betweea ateofLaBd Warnal k 24J 1 far.eighty : 3acb .,SepL}. 2m.H. :THB abore; aaaked Boose U"aWwpea Also Dickens'Zitttf DarritL. ,S

N ..J'el g. to 1D1ae1t.pe4 ItI e Mr.'a we' issued sader act March Sd, U&9. Arcadio it- tbe reception of Boarders iDeS GreAaa end Godty have their usual array .ofFsoeiea ,*L,6t Angnstlne,8epll918M ,ly f ..
"' 1ie." I wf be seeu3as IDeo tel d&U1& We.Private ia Cspt.Led.'.cocspaaydsToIastosrsyia ;.ew.JIar ...' .Trarders, aid the jnderslgaed promises for tbe Ladies. Fe.8AL&.r. .

3' ir.1&ma.t,disposed to eater t** Florida.War. Tbe HIEM takes ylsssiu s ia sayiag to the to spars neither pains mt expense to make his pal PUTNAM br September. ill.'BlCDI'r.WOflut5 LANP.I..Iowa _
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..* I.rIpsp.r IIOOtroyenJ' with.sncb to D4iilldaia and eared against its Jo-: 1U1L meeoofbrtabUr' His tWi wW always be aop- of good .
bee lost a
-.bas. p&ce 11'8 are bOth 7.en.M..t. same fcariajf entered, ia .be General L1A g.mea of this city and ibepews. geoeraMy. plied with the choicest that the market sad UM sarroand f9ft&ptembel'. L of;M.Ddaria, East Bo', ipeawkLk!- .

.t.eeaaazuky. aa Jadp' asarbiters. ration harisg tdaly *; thai be has opened a Barber cHwp, scat leg "affords fresh fiah..oysters;TSB _._,; ,;CBOTeX_ .1lfE... fine Sweet Orange 6 rove, fat eealStea s4
H. LandOftce iSfF door to Jtr.Past B.Csaora's .aaJooa,. where IM jiine'to 4e7 J. heAkJll, De _1$ _4, 'IS,, _
rt, aid tbeir .ciss.oa,as .I &.. AIorR7Jeclsiaut.: to ibosswho. boa,.wild The bow.Is larje and A sa >ly:of Fraads ALoatrelV black Crotoa very jrsv .., .. '
*. zoY De4 In-' I".toW t1aa&oi.siai.se wig at aH tarns bs happy SM may Uy;and within a fewnsi.ths isadwff.the Writing ,Ink,. Fine bias and watt Letter Paper, 't7:01:; _
x :... ,. *v-as a Rektoc sad sos44us& ,: m.p.T ..,! ..& rsq.bis service*. /iie hopes, by tba experience. beaafttfal firer fit,X.UJiaIMI. is a desirable pU ..or .. oQeor. i. .
oasirs saUasctioa aUiTb
of to girt h.J Suath. os the Kke
I .U I said,from >. -atf4. many years for OV&IdS and others,as s saemer resort. TheSugeleares Notarial aad oflcul Seat paper 'It.MU] pink. ,
; r4oIJ e1bs&o .pauicars of tbe pabluj Is rsspectlsHy solici fit ....'. 1Ia... .
1 IZ itl1JW JIWI Jy, I.. : the boos three Mmii a week for. WooeV .'Deed Wafers ed wax. A. S
tsV_ -& sept. 17-1 : aad bo stock ofLaad c.aae.: Twsa.ses.iesit ,. _
bw assertiosi;a1 1IMIf E.fsii aew eo ofa ot-. Mock MiHVCwtreriHe and Trader's*H. WSaraaoal Beesipf Bunks leather D4.' .
; ;ti.&.I: did _._u.-_. $o bay. ': r.pos.r.vios. ; J TBotts toosi.U foie aad .e-.1..**tbssdesire. Jes.Ye4 and for.b' .CBREW.. it vader tiMs wilt' .- S

w:z.' I placed every' .rtliisoasad aM lbs st.:s.wblc&bes. .. .._< :TKE JQA"ATJLL" scveea wl. be teQQ.TIolr"e4.bes eat J. % Sept,441.. i Ocsaosla arBsy.g" .. .fa.jesod..._. '.- S 5-
I that.-.to toesaors ..pot., ..a.JLU&PI8& :-,'- - :WteFELLOWS e ebrated AmsriAttIks. MIa IMI :.Prices wffl 1M'.sssd. to., ,,..' -. !- 5
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4 Irs,tad Seventy.Pve Cents fur every subsequent discount Prompt attention will be given to : ; licit upon jrricuItor! ;aceoiiNU of UM Market*; iswsc5,5e.v trctat1. ,
rc: insertion. To yearly Advertisers a liberal entrusted to'our.care.Jacksonville. V ; V.k! mn4 a1rnkKote Uvfare included among the *oVfdiofirnjatian ibepil*( 154 $i's..en, swaaststj7
k ; will be All transient advertisements (ex :
tii1de. July tf, 18. 0. to be constantly (band io the Pot ,t.4 sad DigleeliL'ola4
: ..Ibypssbavingsrunn1ngccuun1thtbe.; _
r i. ,. See) must be paid for previous to publication. V Thai iic\v' -- duties which,d Hghl l In the hnmorooa and li el/.
: Persons at a distance can govern their rrmittancei r.Ti EM.a rot.u the iIs4,Du4e
r- adrertlingi tbe,following) rates tOne rTHE THILLS HOUSE, To Mtufy th xe cniTiDfc* we devote a Mr proportion fliki5, UOW5 5SW.

Z : :. square (twelve lines) published.six Eectntlyerectedtn the 1 of the Putt lo Fictun. Poetry and lluwvr.V .. S.ckehst.kS.,* ,

,, Booths for... ................v.. $50; (X)? &,wts; Among iUF ecntrU>nt m ta lbs first two of the Hieeiag In lbs Yks eas.saI
Twosqnazesfuriixmontbi.o.. 1500 O Qa oa a'H cs> SEJ O as ua: 0Andfurn'uKrt W departments) ,are Mter$l of the moat jilted I real fey****!**if*.prti1Wpii *.

: Legal another Business Card, per an.m. iii a ttyle nut txceedtd ; trriteni !luthe land. We aho draw freely for Fiction gi'. M does mrs so tg5 1e.gi

; .. : ......... 10 Di CUyofAno Tr1,.coatii p.- Notice to debtors and creditors........ 7 UO tioZqfJJoarleri tie dmntrr and Great Britain. We design eotnroenciiitrnvw wskbittsrreos.wa.ieg.II a.
Application for letters ofadministration, 5 00 V T. S. $b rr bir ilrt, Boothwurtb. author of I-t MO sag mssrIsJ article,let Mmmm

Notice of Application for dismissal as July L; 'U. VV VV East _Florida. V "The Deserted Wife," "Miriam,!* Ac., io our Irsl I 'a tflt i..aaa.2a eta tea esrs'_S inst s_a hr.,, .

$s -:< : V A4mini*trstor.i....................... 10 00 CALL Et PLEEUNG; ---- -- ---- paper rut lanuarr.Enjrraf V I.--y'I..USfVW1r 5,

t V Tor announcement of candidates for ofce V I having opened thts IIoiise ngdn, tiId respectfully ask Ls ld frienJa and the inp; fliuatniiire ol important place and prrpanht1nNeZtai.V UM iN..t runitasat aid siJ we.1*a f
: V ii.i..*..... .* 00'No 4TTQRXEYT action*, Agricultural and other new indention, 4ivldaab m an gt UM fiTlZ1**
: giv,, him a caiSItSV! be is determined not to bc excelled by 1fhe SVeteru Stage peril cwauy U
unless the with others isis thoo h refined tharueter **
announcement will be made same humorous eararulcissalor ibe AIoMaar '? *
V JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I 54Mm itfter the $avnnnn Charleston fluts nrnive. There a a good Uvev SIiz.I V *-
be accompanied with the amount charged. ,aril also freely gtren.NOTICES UeeAgrsSsearnot butsstmj the
the Iloune. Ciiue stud SAXl'L. UUFYINGTON :
see Prupnetur.I
: Editorial notices for private benefit will be charged July 9,1856. V I V V this Ieiaed7 1*twaflj deaeeMig is. toiaPu.aelpal
V July V 1858.
V V V double the reto of advertising.R : J, P. Sanderson I oFrilE PBES3.

y S ; ligi' av Obituary, and. Marriage notices, will ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR) V SILVER We regard U.M toe b *t of the Philadelphia liUerary nusito Ottks,ta.. aa4 Musacisiy,j 14L
- 'V S be bli&hedgrati& V JEWELS IYAILE puperm. 'lU cdttorUla are written wttbfcbil
: .V ;'No communications inserted unless accompan aa\yaailo< iir, and take a tnprehensiT flew of trbaUrcr U I'LOUIDA TE.iTIMoiiy.

ledbithesutbnr'sname. JacksouvilleJulyWl$6. AND discuuetL-&lo,JuAntow Fir. KIT Ws. ,
. AII Job Work mu t bo paid for on delivery. One of the most readable art t* entertaining new** E.O.CWTBH n r
JOHH W PRICE Fancy Goods.JACKSONVILLE sat. ,
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' V : LATFORM OF THE AMERICAN PARTY ATTORNEY AND COUNCILLOR l V... ; V V a widprcd circulation.-Pio* trt Hj>tfA tfr It lag wiift bers Pifc SzseWed., a .J wk vaialjr MI a t

V Aiopied ti UU Settlon of tiit National Council, Jacksonville, Florida 1 tyX.C., I Utnt IBM Hitter,sail a sons(oen tse
VV lebrvary 21rf. 185C.1st. practice in the Eastreu V V This! is a fine family paper, and has an immense I a.s4e a p..eat era ee.p.*4 iati ,
V An bumble acknowledgment to Ih&StJprcme WILL' ; and the Counties i>f,< EAST FLORIDA* V V circulation. It will be seen' to include iUcorrvsnondents fri.iHtu,sal hey aZ. s.'t tbq

VV Being forHi* protecting care vouchsafed to our and Camden, if Georgia. ( respectfully intrmVthe citizens of this place and surrounding country that he has a large number of the ablest writer in eUwti,I and..eiavalM 7 ease a.at Yiv Bluirs,

fathers in.their successful Revolutionary struggle, James DI. Baker I NEW BRICK BUILDING, with a large and well elect- the\* couutrr.-G&rMiaA AmkiMaJvr' 4lr t J' lnqniiles gue ths etsiss. jataiiJ.i
V manifested to their de ceod.iuts '
V and hitherto us, 4 "L
VV V ATTORNEY AT .- srk.We fn receipt of this invaluable fan*.
VV ia the preservation of the liberties, the independence arc weekly ATtNIUNU$ IPFfrU'r urrHLO
and the Union of these Sutes. 'iLLJOATOH, COtfMBlA. COUNTY, EAST I JEWELRY, SILVER }VAREiANI>.FAMGYGQQDSt fly journal, and should feel very mucli at a loss CE2TIFICATC or .
SoL The perpetuation of the Federal Union, as july V. '5.ft.'u. C of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the New,York manu witlw nt it, as we consider it the best literary paper OF FWB IIILLBICHflfVDCVT"

V V : the p&IUdjurn of our civil and religious liberties*, V prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as regards style and price that can uoV published in the United States, without any Dv.C.M.ark.o.N.C., ,MARCH t4. *
WHIT SMITH. M A. in Charleston Savannah. V... Uons.tow frol Cambridge. iLL ?bi.flp.
and the only sure bulwark of Amcr.can Independence. or V ? exevt> subject( l>
lsuwost
V SMITH & OARRUTH, Among my assortment may be found-*. This is oneut the few larpt papers filled with rtaxs. tfw b y WM urp.U my OMtiOo* w Imka
must rule America and to this Butter Knives Fruit do. life and thuajEht instead of lumbering trash. Its "
V V V Sd. Americans WATC lIES. ; lbs pby kMa asS atl wa. aw BMti -J
V ; S ndTJStive-boni citizens should be selected for all ATTORNEYS AT Levers full jewelled ) Knapkin Rings, Children's Setts,At Ac.-? management is marked bjr liberality, courtesy, a- While in iLls eoodiUmi I wa* ran M a.
( ; on bund and niada- order from and It the best talent esta TItItMa, T..ses.es
V State, Federal an 1 municipal offices gorvrnment Alligator, East Florida.. V Constantly biliir uct. emplors litmrjr
all others nevertheless V com and warranted. and A* a faniUjpa* wag 14 bums flied hj aMVwatefto wkieal wZ
T : employment, in preference ; July g58.Conper. V pure spares no pain oreipeose. .
? VkM Maton.
: ; way i. .tsp.j ,
of liieriirr and general Intelligence, we
: : CUTLERY per*one MMD
V : -.V TiDal.ha Noun iai
: 4th. Persons born American parents residing & ; V V 4- -VV ciM-dially commend it.-mpi'ta Jua.nayksk wsv Is
tstplars.
.1 temporarily abroad, should be entitled to all the From the celebrated manufactory of George Wos York. V tbewsrcl weallas,a dine unto is na --- --
rights native-born citizens; but without banting cases. ; ten!hoi n> A Son, conslatiiig j of Pocket Knives, Scissor It i* the. best. literary and timiiy paper tn too lair y mud Md irtL ThsaeiTij'1.err
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V :: rCtb.No person should be selected for political FACTORS makers and-vrill bi warranted ?, eart Ku>ir ,Jtc. ,' Uiiu.4RuckfI.4ad1 Iuc1 !iita4 1LV pby.a.in iSe ste.., .d ons s(
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V/ V st&tion1 (whether of native or foreign b rib.) who AXDCommission / V P.NC\'GOODS./ .' / Its ample pages ami/in many article* of much lake.oios loins-si Is 7 eauss.4
V. recognizes any allegiance orobligation of any des literary merit from the pens of Some of our bear qoettioM,said ae katf brra, a tfpKt"ieSaTiiti M
: or >ower- JEWELRY. Such Vorul?; Port Monaies Accordion Perfmnyfy and also stored with all the important ly be .fiiud ky KM HM'f 0r. llMriaa41C.mi ia.
cription to any foreign prii cr, potentate ( MS : wrUn, are tws,"prrport.1 by lee,aad M Ia M.4 Ty
or whojrefuses to recognize the Federal and State Lub ns* mid'other extract; Fancy $ asps, news of tbe day, making it a welcome visitor both th* Bi>ter.. lt'sk'*.ratl i| UM Mitrfay tSai at I M
V : Constitutions, (each within its sphere.) as para, BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, and Vest Chain; Puplvr: MVCbc.C.ni <, RoscwoiNiVork lioxes to the ,..business counter and the family circle.AeRJ4lickian .- liubbcd so ararb ibai I irwtU try UMM DM aWHMad 1 3
mount to all other laws,as rules of political action Wlf. ACDLET COCPKU.] fJxO. CoCPCU limceletii. Pencils, .rtt0ie Writing Ucak;; Kcticule! *. Fans, CteLaIozt. hi.. ti set a.ow. bo4U.. II.giJ ii, stakttiaa
t, 6th. The unqualified recognition and maintenance J r Produce of every description eals,1)iauwud Ring, Regard do.; Comb. Urashes, Tbcnuooictcrs: Children *Toys. One of the oldest and best literary papers now rfUcrtrdaM4Tte, I
V : of the reserved rights of the several States, Commission. Sleeve and Collar Buttons; 41MI*. pUbl.5hcd.io the Union.-Oiya ,'/&iUtMr Go.f by it has fit the Wkwr SMlii UM I b4 iv f bC

V V and the cultivation baron-ny and fraUrnal goodwill July 9, 'MGeneral Broochw, Rings; Together witli rarioas,articles, too numerous toN It is desvnredljr one of the most popular poblie ADtr ierbiag bi..e,oil,ia.,

V between the citizens of the several States, and JOSL'PII GILICL', Eye GLasses, Plain and Set It ugs; 11lvlt&11. V journals V in tbu United Slates,combining sail due (fsraprcseslpskasassIaitalrja.1.. ht..s.atIy n a. uua$ t a kfl tfr t*wtlrfcrsta*.

V to this end non-interference by Congress with Commission ,Scarf Pins, 4c. U.*..Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry, V in a !literary point of view, alt the interest of the .usctsvmJ In blirH.. S... sS.n M ,

V V uestibns appertaining nolilc to the individualStates .. SG WATBB Sr., NEW YORK. WAItE rally repaired and, warranted, at the bot mazuzint, with a rant amount ot general intelligence NM'P of to-aims kiwi of mnlirMM, S5 be ww MM
and non-intervention by each SUtewitb STBICT and prompt attention given to the : shortest uotice _KepMican, LilctjitU, Ct. bi-o.flfled 57 U Ma soy.th.v S. haul akieis I
the affairs of anr other St4e.a all articles of entrusted Dessert Forks; It w niph-itcally one ot the very best literary 4 bees sf4.'$0*rt as, m'w r.4 bi*w mf
of the of the mtlve-born product to "BQLTEKMS CASIJ.4 wilt. .thrfun',pleap. ibip i.*a 4.s.,a,
VV7.Tberecoguitinfl right and all orders_ promptly complied Tea Snoons; wspnpvr in the whole cussotty,and deserves the
V < and ntnrl.xd citizens of the United States, per- July tf. '58 tf and Mustard do.; July! l>, 'iff. I nnpnrai eled success with wSicb it has met and r sues as UespPrti p..4ble.eI'7.yn.s, MT.* rm, .a.

. ; luanently residing in any Territory thfrenf. to __ its present enlightened and liberal proprietorship. Tne.e Hits>rs ate la-nutT vt.s&b&g aM :VV frame their constitution and laws, and to regulate J. iroLrijs, MANHOOD KNOW THySELSy1An The greater iu circulatum hi tin* SUbr, the less k aim iriost.iai.edi..is. Yaw Mto k?mrj tn totMtf
:. Abeir.doniestic and poci.il ufftirs in their own mode General Commission j probably,ja our iraiu pecuuutrly; u our gain pu. tow kivycf la yfefUa sat clawS.rr,
"tnbject only to the provisions the Federal C-.natitutkn. Iw WALL ST., NEW YORK, DECLINES r An V foVUZ.1dil8 S'tokfur&etntLeery lamttthoatd ftmur.ljr; yet we must pn>auuc it a most cccl-! T. MCMILLAN
V : with the privilege of admission into the WILL pay particular attention to Published Gratis, V ha eta Cupy" lent j..uru.sI,and worthy of the p.truoage every- ,
V : ITnion whenever they hit*the rvquis.u-popiiljiu-n, low Pine Lumber, Live .Oak, anal other I 20ta 't'lilot'sA, D : 100.000 Copies Sold in less than Year. body. The Contributor .to: the I'oa$ ire swung July 9ly. JackgonYiletykTO !
. for one Representative iu Congress. I'rvdud air Timber and Produce; and to orders for I A New Edition, Revised and Improved the iiust writer ia America and the editor* artt V :
V Rational Treatment with- THE MILLIONS wlio-ua-
that none but those who are citizens of the Merchandise. on V Juit Issued. .
tvoytf _July clc are-always cba acUrut.-d: by Until and t- lc.Jtrtty .-
if irrbca I ,cal
8permat or
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V 'United States under the constitution and laws
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V V VV thereof, and whu have a fixed residence in any DENTAL NOTICE.WM. Emissions and, Genital und Ner '%.t jJLb.ICAL VT). HUNTER'S Mtu \V r have jiM4 bcrt-ufc/rc Cum
inch ugl4 to participate in the formation BOST WICK. Would Inipotency, ImpediuieuU to JlAXCAU,
Territory, JlAXt
V A3D nun;* of the 1'uat. as one of the best ppcrs on our
..- ;_ of the constitution or in the enactment of laws the citizens of Jacksonville B. DE LANEY M. D. s BOOK FOB JTHK Arrtic exchange: list, and we rejrrd U a* one of the best A new weekly family nawsppr.nzar
_z V *for said Territory or State jicinity that, having"opened an office on fact that the TE Containing an outj literary pjjnr to be fouad any wbe e. Its editorial
V_ V V -*- 6th. An 'enforcement of the principle that noV street, will attend to all branches of in the many aUrming and com soli Jfc line nf the origin, pn* *are written with abiii'y, and take a liberal, iudtpctdeiit..auJTtnijirtbcMirtf .4 AI rr// rzwi'tv izs zDccit4
V imprudence
.State ought to admit other than c.ti- the must red and careful!
or Territory
appn manner. : greys,treatment nnd curt view of uiev and
.. a tens of the United State office.to the right- of suffrage, J5Nenrcsor achiu tee.th, destroyed may small be easily tract, cleurly reiu red demonstra without ,_,,, \ \\:%,-- OfrytlY form, disease things.-Slur and Adt
S or of holding political pain._julr V. new and highly successful \ -v eoutrackil bv pn micuon TKOVA (c-t&h in advance,) ringle coy, ft a year.

: V 9th. A change in the Lass of naturalization, by the Author, $lull? ex sexual interconrsc, by selt-abuseoby sexual 4 copfc............ .e... .. ...e 5 ** nndirsignedoo annocus that lvll1.sq a
. viking a continued residence of twenty-one COME AT excess, with advice for their written u
year prevention, in ** and uuof club 10
J> ( one toptter> ),
V V of wh cb every one 1 is enabled Satnrdar 31a> 10 ISM,the KMofa sasS.
hereinbefore fauiilbrvie '
of all not provided for, an indutpeu- M voiding all medn: '
Vj technicolitlr U S. S S
A LARGE lot of choice Ooshen and It
: perfectly at the leant ptKitible! new wrvklr avwpper. called "TQS 811-
.sable requisite for citizeubhip hereafur,and exc.udMogoll !-u Ch.ese.4u0i all the advertised nostrums and every thing that would offend thernrof. 0 .S II l 'iO "- URDAYEVEVKIUltiaiELNOirK.1'
; paupers, and persons convicted i>f cnnie, Ib nf those V oeney; with an outline of complaint* incident Addros V DEACON it PETTERSON.V al
) delicious new It will be printed on super royal Jxr. as
_J. V *from.landing upon our of shores; but uo interference 5 4k5) New Bocou A'ides. V i'V: gratis and po', from the rt>nt! of wine twenty yesrs'successful .No; td South Third Street, Philadelphia. tiin airtyttro 1sma.*f JadIps hJ**>
V wtth the Testedrigbts foreigners. 2kiO( Shoulders do. practice, exclusivelydcvotetf t>i the curv S.mple Number sent to ouwbcu
by rewiRing (post paid) two gnUis any
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10th. Opposition to any union between Church of disease* of a delicate or pfivate'nnture. V
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20 Bbls. Jlesa Pork. -
Heavy requested.ESTAULISI1ED The iiA-
Mesacnger 1 ia intended U rmJ
'- "and interference with faith To which U added ?
V V State no religious or for
: : ; receipt the cure of the
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V 6 Choice Leaf Lard, > B. DE ful |
and oaths : :Da. LANEY, above d'eties; V mirror f the time. 'te catch t!* aianen ting
; V' worship, no test for office. and a treatise the
: : V on caiwcs
6 Ke do < '
V S do do.' syuii. af
V : Street,flew York City. as they rise. To. gir CtitUol scows*
Free into turns and
ofthe
lltb. Fever
; : and.tborouch iavestgation any 25 Sacks pnmnd Salt. V" cure and Ague. V
V .'and all alleged abuses of public functionaries, and 10 Boxes Tobacco asaoned. V Tttllmony ff Tie J'rr/twr f Otttrif* U V VAMERICAJ every important event that bappc'o. ttUMrt
V abroad.
home or In suort t i emutitate SB tea?
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a. strict economy in-public expenditures. 10,000 Cigars. ix, and Oruauiciilai Uiillefff, 1'1d1addpAiDj. IltrxriB'sMicr MOIrHLY MAGIIK.
land
V lithv The maintenance .and enforcement of all & Cases Champaign Cider. V 1'aiutlais* ICAL >IASUAL."_The author t>t this work, unlike table Instructive rutcttaiaing-fiuadypsper.
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r V 'laws eonstitotionally enacted,until said laws shall 23 LtU Choice 01 d-Manongahala being now permanently I the M
declared null and void dseasee of which Acong DvpurtincnU fw&iwiar, aaf
shall be it
'be repealed, or by : treats, is A criduate of ol V
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Extra Old 1inrbou.I biH services to the citizens of I one DEVOTED TO LITERATURE JLRT ASD mentioned.
V: competent judicial authority.12th. the beat Colleges the United States*. It
; V Choice Old Peach the above branches and solicit aff.idi
Brandy. a
at tk11
The Romance of Real ia
Life a scrx*
reckless and r4rlzIc.t
Opposition to the nnwUepol- 0 Bbls. Rectified JAMES IIAUKXESS. me pleasure to recommend him to the unHirtmialH :
:. icr.bC the adniinistrati 1 ; present malpractice, *iim sttcctssfn
6 & II.
P. V Bn
of our'national affairs and Gin. : Gilding, Graining, >nziirg, Ac. and HEW VOLUME FOE 1856. authors of the day.
more es- 6 N. E.:: Bum.I itnes and dispatch Jnh V, V>rt.rft experienced practitlt hcr, in whose h.>iu>r an t v1
kVV shown in Americana dta- The volume with the Editorial commeats apAQ pasniag evnta
: peci&Uys removing (by Bbl. Malaja! Wine. tntgnty they may place the greatest confidence new commencing January
: .natIooand conservatives in principle, from of- Now landing and in store, and sale >ak' JOS. S. JLiUIGSUABB. D. number. 183*. wall contain over twelve hundred ten io a free and iadepeudcul spirit,sabi'4bf
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:::- ce, and placing foreigners and ultraists iu their July V. 1656. J.tor C. { From A. 'WwwnM. />., if J'v. 6wr ;- p'ge.4ir toe chu.eesit reading matter, steel and person**! or partv opiatoo.
:- g bl.tt ia shown in a truckLnir subservieucr to I,,. PMLt.h/.Lz-It_ .s_ i..... .. wood eiiirrarin'r* Mini maie. Latter from Europa and variuas ftrti M m
1. VV the stronger, and an insolent ana cowardly bravar UK'lfl! CAItlEO FOR LAND WARRANTS. tcjitiniony-ttw -V V V to- the-- --proreMumal f VV -- --abhty v: # the v r Autlto'r it4 m; Each number will contain a splendid steel engraving United ttc3.AgiicultanI.

: r do towards the weaker powers; as shown in reiopening AND MOSAIC. SV3IIJEL ELLIS of the Mt'dicul Alanu.il.7 Numerous ewes ol :_a plate of the Paris fashions,on stevUelegHiitlr Dint and 5oe,4ca&
: V sectional agitation, by the repeal of the PUB subMriber bavin Diseatwof the GeniUl Organs, some of them ot cl l<\\re V Missouri Compromise as shown in granting to ;jnut returned sic: 600OS.! I with wsbeVd from tbfir
; X York with a large nnd beautiiul ? long standing, nave come under ray notice: in. engrarirg; miscellaneous prose pages. *
Hfenqatoralized foreigners the Vright of suffrage 1 YARDS New which his nkill has. been manifest in restoring tn and poetry; an editor'* table ; review of new Rvgutaj werkly lUvww ot Commereal V
Spring Styles
Kansas and Nebraska ; as shown in its Titcilhting JEWELUYSILVER WARE& FANCY of: PrTiit$ D.- perfect heulth. in some cases where the patient ha bixik- monthly summary; hint on fashion and Monetary alEurs.
;T- course on the Kansas and Nebraska quest on ; a* respectfully invites the public in ian< received and?fir.Giiipb4iiwr*uelbv been considered beyond medical ai.d. In tb,tiialniciit hionable intelligence; patterns for needle-work, A Syuonsi of P ahowa in the oarruptTon which .. of of his stock comprising it dotsome V Social and Mural subjcet. kftdtf
perv. ,sonic us : V .J. c. BROWN. of Seuiilml, Weiknwwe <>r dimrruit"vmtn > anil new wua c. Essay on
-.. .the departments government; as bbowu in dis- ricbci>t and most hioiwjbe! styles of. of the fu tons produced by self-abuse or'exctasif < The steel engravings will embrace finely ezeeuU* with bits at the Time .

'ifraciug.njeritorioua naval officers through pnjul saic, Lava and Scroll Jewelry in great rcnvrr.'! do. not know isis 'iunefi" in tIns vd portrait* of the celebrated lady writers of the Literary Gleanings from the W rUf Cwrtw
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-;. and a* shown iu the Al Silver Ware and Good : SEWING EIACHirJES. pit ted Author.
lceorpipnce; biuudenugmismanagemeut Fancy fcssion. I uave bei-n ucqminted with th Auttt. day interspersed With a variety of other subjects
of our foreigu itlations. holiday und other which will who dir to obtain full Criticisms oo Man and the DRUM.
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& presents, nnd re- souse thirty years,and deem it uo more than justu general.iotervftt. The faahion plates, ar eogmvrd -
p 14th. Tbertfiire, to remedy existing evil, and cheap 1rc.nb. GEO. ition respecting SINGER'S ti him as well as kindness to the unfortunate Vic on steel,afertbu latest Pan fashions, giving In short the. "iJES.SE50KR-ia iaUaM
prevent the disostroua consequences otherwise re- ju y tf, *;C.; ,r price, eap-ibilitim, tim of early indiscretion, to recommend, him u* out and iu-door costume fi r the mooth. Thee equal, io all iU feature* any weeklY u'PP**
4.J V suiting therefrom, we would build up the Ameriieaa JOiEL51 VJ12LD1 iniirtireucnts, nielliodxor work I one in whose fn.fwwioiul skill aud integrity Uie3 bare been pnmouneed anperkir to those published U iitcd State; ta accomplish which.. **"
V J parti upon tbe principle* hereinbefore lated.16th. *>curii
V That each State Council ball have uuih tity > Dealer In Faints, Oils, and MI bv ntiulrin to amend their several c u titutioiic, 50'dS to No. 1 1 Havne street; ) NEW-YOUK, "This i.without excrpUou, the must best. artists. Toe first number wni.nndoohtly appatf.f*

abolish the several degrees, and institute a pledge CHARLESTON, SOUTH & oa ic FK&SOX Volt and. intelligible wuy. published coniprebensiva on the- The literary matter will cotwst of historical biographical time.mentioned and the regular btkai *

.f.diseases of which it treats, -Avoiding all aad liters; essays, sketches of travel cuutiuocd Jbeucefbnrard. .
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>.,-aWp Itth. A tree and discussion party.f Paints and Oils of all kinds, devote! .entirely to the Sewing all technical terms, U addivtue itself to the reason tine art, novel, tales, runmnces. Jbe. The novel
of all
V e -principles embraced open nur political Window Glass,aim Sasnes,Spirits .Copies will bo supplied era tin of readers. U ia free, from all objectwnallt and romance of GrahaaA are universally aekuowleVIged TY.RXS.

.,._,, iu plalfurm.s. yentiue,Spirit tins, Cotton .. VV V matter:. ,iwd: .no parent, however faa diou*. cau ohjeei I t) excel in beauty! and interest any A .IngTe sobscriptioo fi>r.o t year
: rixtaies, (tine suecesi of ou* Sewing placing u IUtfleVizndohis: *on The ulcers puDitkb in America. vanee; $jil nolpaidIm.ofsubscribiug' waitio **--;jy..
'C V.V. CONNOR'S UNITED STATES vuriomt kiud ;j several fmndu'ent imitation I author has devuted many years to the treatment of Tb editor's table is ma/te up bnmorous sketches $ and3DitP' w

TYP8 lloui lands German Hitters numerous infringements of our the various complaints treated .of, and, with too and anecdotes, foreign, domestic, and literary the year. V
POUNDAILY.'V yreperations now wa own sixtreu. SuiU.for the little breath to puff; and too little presumption, to gossip, -c. CLuBS.aubsottbreeaubscriberii *
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V NBW-YORK. Dear Sir-I ettl bound )u tAUR in tbv U. S, Circuit Court in nominal price of,$.> cents, the frnitof some twenty by Wflliaro Dowe, gives condensed account S. 50

V Printers tiou to you for the incalculable express benefit uiy, I .Ier ey. In them suit. the yvars' most successful practice.//vU. of the principal event which have taken ten Handonetoths
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tWB E undersigned beg to inform the trade Bitters. I han found tbcut tit heal your) you1 of the machine, br a yielding I knowledge imparted in this .inTluaUewurk. It_ .The.review* of new books are from the pen of Club.. Is'a

:V **JL' that they have this day iwued their new mend them to, be, and cheerfully reconim isuntdiu all Sewing'Macbines would save years of pain, mortification and sorrow the great cntic. P, Whipple. twenty
t; V I' Ooarta Specimeni and that it ts now ready for delivery to the public us u fi/t and tun remedy fur The Wheeler& Wil- to the youth, under their char re.--/> W/i ffea &abiooarticlev by Uenio CL Scott, presents Invariably ia adran .. V1

o -. to their old patrons, as well as oil who patooiz euKes they intettded ior.and superior to,njl & Bakir Sewing Machine*, AJcocatt V 'a correct and comprehensive account of the new Agents wanted in every City In fbi '
V' V their foundry. Io it will be funud a new atious uow in USd. Very respectfully/ infringe three dstiiict: patent A Presbyterian clergyman[ in Ohio, writing fo styles of dre 3es, bonnets, mantillassbaWU! em States. LJbetal terms offered to pcfl' Y'
1 aeriea of faces, from pearl t-i pica, surpassing, if have suit ag itut them in sev. "Hunter's Medical Manual" says:-"Thousand* broideries, and everythins: relating to fashion, of lug satisfactory reference. _.
!V L tVp.uiblethefr new series Scotch cut laces The Bitten are all they are Conrra, -which will soon be tried. upon thousands of ouryontb, by evil example and .interest to ladies. TosMlastera and other eecevistth15 J l
k Tbe fancy type.departmeut exhibits; unsurpassable tobe.Jaciso V the pube nut to bur any in-. influence of the passions, have been led intt the The needlework patterns for collarsnadersleeves, tnawillconf.rafrorbv aaadiajt "

t* S variety vf beautiful style, selected from ; Louisiana Aujr. 20 :a* tber can be compelled habit of wlApollutkiD, without realizing the 'sin cis{ berthas,. skirts, embroideries for handkerchief ponsible! person, who will act U SOTiCU'BSlit.PROSPECTUSI .

franc*,Germany and England.t De-r Sir-I h.vuusedyuur German them V andU.pay i cost an V >The scripts and bordering are now for.the first find them all they are npreauU to bej V V poatcritT. The constitutions of thousands who i beautifullr designed.JdcsiC. V b&sLI TlfrIf 7., .AQH 3414

>li8M presented to the printing public, and arc the lully recomujeua tbcai to the public an wanted to mate sales of nur ure raising famHies bava been enabled, if not .-.Thia alone, at ft bookstore would coat .dP1iZe4 Pm., _
i! S productions of tbe beat American and European medicine. Very respectfully, ,machines, T> ;tiersons piopeilr; broken dowu; add they d6 not V know the cause or more vearVsbUcriptlon Sir the Magazine.V .

P ; *artist V VV V W.F; ( business, a tare t.puflutJ1ty for the cure. Anything that can be doneso to enlighten TicftMs:-One copy one year, io advance (3; .
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