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The Florida news
Uniform Title:
Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
George C. Powers & Co.
Creation Date:
October 7, 1854
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v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note:
Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note:
Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note:
Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note:
Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.

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TilE FLORIDA NEWS. month the sun made its diurnal revolution unanimous vote to wait or heave to until north or within three hundred and sixty "Who are you 1" cried Gossett, his eyes A Sharper Meeting r-_

without disappearing below the horizon, our contort came up and hear their opinion I miles of the Earth's Pole. West longitude 0 1i cI.lany.. head starting to foot.out of bis head, and shivering from I 1 The chameleon objects are'lied.changes M moral surrounding .

FOIL THE kEWS. we, therefore, enjoyed the light of a long as to our future couse. We, therefore, hove I 2* 20'from this we sailed for about four .He asks me who I am Oh you area constitutions are governed law,

M*. EDITOR: In these dull times, with day. We steered the vessel by keeping the ship into the wind hoisted our engine, !' days, not making: a better course good,then JEST The Boston Transcript gives the very respectable old gentleman-you hear 1 that is, their every i

the Eastern war apparently at a stand still, her directly before the wind, which had by !I and fired a salute, as it was the nearest approach I north-west one point west. When allowing following vernacular,version of a.,most spirited what he a ks" .Whoam 11.-pertide,I am I, time they come in contact popularsentiment .

with a scarcity of mails and a general deathof this time raised a rolling swell on the surface to the Earth's Pole which had ever for current and leeway on this course.we your wife I I diC'erent from ,they
: German anjwrottic: u Inner caw before so help me I have been accustomed. It i that .
DC ws, I have thought that some lines of the sea, by which we could judge if been attained. Grog was served out to t raw a distance of three hundred and I At Feast. God 1"' cried G asset you t energetically., II j sharp trader Peterson Snap *-' ,

from me might prove acceptable and therefore the wind had changed its direction, also by the crew by the hands of the doctor, whose thirty miles or so, and in that high latitudethe "Don', you swear!" aid old Mr. Peabody I FT,was led to the perpetra ArrW 4
I .
tend you the following the bearing of the Inn which was due north duty it was to do so on all such occasions. ( longitude did not exceed more than lao tn etBBA- S or nmt.S ; 'ifyou do, I'll kick you into fit*. I 'thing in. New Orleans, b*

Rr..llideo of a V.>ace of Dl.cov.ry to at twelve o'clock at't 1at and south at I I' Music and danerag occupied the evening five, and latterly four' miles to one degree.We t .-m Bf tie gcsUte Cyprian WTI.. won't"have aaj PK>**cc swearing in my would here played his JMKV

tbe Artie Rrsloua In Pursuit of a twelve o'clock midday. In the morning at hours, until the sun had gained its western might even at this slow rate, have soon Tin kl.tki! thrjagi the cry Ulit PUff! hns&wia. h ".. rstJy, everrwith" a colored
Xortti\\est I'aftRage. Oh, Lieu you, bless iou respectableold Snap Lad paper 1
six the at six in the afternoonit I or six o'clock point. I made the circuit of the glol. I .!
Peace been proclaimed between sun was cast gentlemen I Tell him he mast come eli 1 called a promwsory" whick
having just Tb, of tbe ert liveS delight!
was wes-t, and in the intervening hours I About this time I was amusing myself When the wind veered round to the : a hastily qasff me; tell him I hare spoke to ze constable; I :much of our own given -,
the United States and Britain I was .
F 4 feeling lote'ikin, so "Ift joath'f Bight.The ,
we knew its bearing sufficient to keep us in looking through the spy-glass at the singular -i westward we altered our course to the I tell hunhere subs interrupted her ut to the worIdon one Pe boarded
liberated from being a prisoner of war roe. arv blushing with o (
due north c ure. of the honson. All around south-east in hopes of seeing tome Ian 1_
having been captured by the British on our appearance I -Tl>. iturs spark, bright from the d.p\hl of tfc* "I t'. a pesky bad business," said thl bachelor, honest and bonot 1
Besides the officers who navigated the us there was no object to be eeen, not even We were then about one hundred and with unwonted "G withal but hot 'vieibfo'property.
Lake CI Tu return America at 1t"M1B: con chafing ire. possessed:
that time was impossible, owing to the hip, which consisted of one captain, one I a piece of floating ice. We had not seen a ninety-five miles from the Earth's Pole, : Bat r*. and iUrlight wt rckon IMS high! you are a rascal I" do-I' lie might be _-

restriction of the British Government I fishing captain, three mates, first. second ; cloud since we bad come in contact with I and strange as it may appear, no ice was Than thi UOOB of th.cbe k.the light of the eye, "Take care, Deacon Peabody,take Iy as one of tho e paper is>

and third six harpooners, six boat etcerers., :. the ice ; the stars were invisible, and we I KU,except floating fragments of tranparItnt .iri' said the unfortunate ihop-keeper. worth 80 a 90c.; the small being
then-fore embraced the opportunity of Through leaf-sbt Jed boven the eTored light giant remarked that you were a rascal I in the nature of an llLai
I' seventeen in all who kept the vessel's way,, 1: had only seen the moon once since we came I II or land ice, (as the sailors termed it,) Gussett. have Some'weeks
stowing my mind with the sconces of Astronomy 1Vb re moTe Death the foliage, melodiou! tLe ; You gone and married two ago, then, ,)
and Navigation for future .-. there were fourteen adventurers: of whichI into these seas ; the sky was clear anti transparent which, when melted, produced perfectly I dnr; I wives, and that ere'flat burglary ef I know I Snap went to the lodgings o to colIfct -

was one. We also kept our logbooks : the weather mild and really pIchaut :- fresh water. I Round the form of tbe fail i one doe twiaeth each anything about the Revised Statoots." the amount of the said I'1," I

t Thus occup.ed; 1 spent the Winter of l1G.t and journals of obsevations and remarks.We : when not in the vicinity of the ice.-I We hal not up to this time seen Been on* i arm, I *.Two vife!" shrieked the little French I which called kr forty was at
On the return of :* the tbe
government when
precise period
prinp. woman.
t[ had double advantage over navigators While I was sweeping horizon whale spout, eince we left the first harrier And with glanc re ponnre each ketrt *tro'ob ti I was
fitted out some rebels under the command I bUlf-a-dozen for aught I know to the pronounced epidemical (

I uf Perry and Uoarf., to explore! the .'rtlc&:; in more southern latitudes in ascertaining I glass, it was uncommonly distinguishable I of field ice. where discovered. several I warm contrary I" said the deacon. "Neow you of whkh term in South-, ,

: ( Da oar latitude correctly. By having the sun that is the line between water and sky, I a distance ppouting. Yet this remote region : fuh rk.t' such kiting while gl'J'mz e'erbead, I get soot of my house;go away to the eta- \I is that the particular di
and if ssible. to rum is
{K> penetrate > always in view we could obtain our latitude I prefiguring the rotundity of our Ilanet'-I i is not entirely devoid of animal life: ; Tie atom no tAo earth her trillicoee Cloth bed tion and clear out to Boston I want nothing ized. is killing, monthly, ] of

Straits to Bhering Straits. : and This the from south flocks of birds similar -; Be tAppj, bat when the gay ligoto flicker low. more to do with yon." the population of a interior
by observation at midday midnight.We was appearance to we-t 1 Frequently larye very "
The spirit of adventure tk po sc s.on Who ca te3 wLether 10-..will.vt vMue'a also. I But, deacon, hear me. town;) and it so happened pat
however found that the southerly : and from south to east but these the rice birds of the southern states ';
beyond to i off the
of the mind of the cIa of 3'outLful navigators soon 1 don't want to hear you, you sarpint, payment 'till the alleging
wind which had now* prevailed near ;1 points towards the north there was no vi- were seen flying towards the south, grae-: I too oneooflied in love irA in truth cried the deacon, stopping his ears with his I that he was too unwell,t outuagd
filch I then belonged. We soon "
twenty days. ,.< driving back that great '1 bible horizon-no line of demarcation between : rally very high, also a very beautiful b.r.l; Uelining the promise tprmg-time. and youth ; hands; 'you mtrryin' two wives, and corn- : some money he was to appli
supplied ourr-ehes with charts of the latent i ii The ,toWl.w D4. of aatamn arunnd me did roar, in' courtin third Go clear cation. Snap out
a a 'long out. passed
bod I,' of wattr whirl hall been driven from water and sky but apparently a vast which was called by the colors the Greenland ; | and at
: ;
discoveries, alsu Xaut.cJ Ultrument"ith I l>
the idea of immortalizing our names by exploring the Artic Circle during the l long and violent j continued plain of tea, having no spherical Parrot on account nf its resemblance ; Then fiam the gotlet'i bright Sow. put in a word fur the culprit was silenced. who Lad been present at oa,

northerly gales the preceding I winter, and i form,but seeming a perfect flat for the vast ton parrot having its bill; curved, both bill I bastily qoaC1 I' Susan turned from him in despair; Le fled about the debt.
thoe unknown rc ivns. H to CVtoh qoUi .ht the win pawinj boon bestow, .
were now returning with great force, for, j circle contained within the parallel of 3", and head were so narrow and flat sideways : to the railroad depot, hotly pursued by the e e
that late there momcoU, while happy they May
too in applying Enjjriag
happened we were French Five hours after
clamorous the
for situations: in the government I U., owe by our dead reckoning by log. viz: the I where the spherical shape of our planet as to give it a very singular appearance.The .- For ah! love will vanish, and youth fade away! I afternoon woman.That as Miss Susan Peabodywas for funds by Snap, that the.chatting call

ship's velocity through the water, we found 1 teems to terminate abruptly. I eve was sniJl, set in the &Me of the I towards the in the
concluded to go out in a whaler, which Saturday Evening. walking village, she was neighborhood of .
that the difference of latitude by observation A most singular phenomenon occurred head surrounded by circles of red blue and I overtaken by Mr. Jonathan Dobkins dressed Hotel with two or three when
we were informed w. bound on a l kc expedition. I II IIi how sweet the evening ehadowe f'J, a
.and in of Buer- nearly doubled the distance by log while 1 was. out of curiosity, carefully preen plumage, it was about the size of a drancing from the west, in hs Lest, and driving a fast-going'j gentleman stepped up and of one
case pass i : horse before his of them, where he
that the current at least was four or fiveknots sweeping tin horizon with the rla.- Our I West India parrot, it had no burn 'in its Aa cuts the weary week of toil, \ Sunday-go-to-meeting gig. t could under
ing Straits, to return with the consort to : lie reined up and thus accos ted her: iI j taker. The desired :
hour sweeping us at a tremendous l" I legs anti \\\"eblrf.JOee.l; we captured one Ant comes the Jay of rct.
made her first
the fiahinr; grunts in the North Atlantic. per j consort ship appearance y I ,10 Hello, Sake; get in and take a little ; and the question asked to b*
The winter previous had Lien a Miece- rate towards the Pole of the earth ;; her top-gallant sails bouncing up as it were or two by their dying against the sails and BHght o'er the earth the itar of ere ride." j. buried -Peters." "What .!"'

lor ,'eili-o knew that we had left Lirpc fields i out of water, then followed her topsails! I f falling on deck, their I legs coild not sap- lier radlafit beauty the f.; a Don't ber it I do, Jonathan" replied 'Yes !! "Poor fellow- die 7"
eion of northt-rh pale?, unprecedented i "
of ice to the south of us, which this cur- The doth in her sails could port them sudicient to u-e their wings. Aai myriad skter calmly weave the young la Jy.accepting the proffered seat. i \11 hour ago.
their long contmaancv and violence, which :' I: ht ronud beads. "1 Fay, you" said J(nathan grinning Snap, agape heard an tb rumba-
rant was fast bwetpiu,; towards u and in be counted before her hull came in I Ii We al,o covered at times: Urge schools .qwer our
had caused great bMl.en: of ice to t-eparate easily -that erecitjr feller's turned out poorlr,ain't' Sing upon the celerity with cablecuil" ,
from tlie.r eternal winter quarters in the all probability would dose us in forever.lo .- I full ;view, so near was she that she appeared i of small .fish! like mackerel or herring at a Heft, man !bLur! relit from tin! be ?" ofLife's barque IB oat"

and lie drifted the currejt return was imjiusnille spainst the velocity -i| as if rising from liehind wave or a wall. great depth all jiascmg towards the s:jath, Tie world' hari contert close; I ult's dreadful, if it's true," replied Suan. in New Orleans, he aa acquaintance

Polar regions oa of this current, and the wind deadahtad. ; The instantaneous of our ship anti not 1l.1ti1"c ar: 'n saw the land the The holy; hoars with Gl begin- j (who WM duly *hiaj
to the ,'utll. Many .held of ice hal appearance I You had and sold him the
Tieid! thee to sweet repose.Dright a narrow escape, didn't ye T' j note on at
covered mountain of fifty
lod-d on the oet of Norway anl the to them had the same eliect. so unlike & high snow Spitsbergen pursued her old lover. "But he warn't any cents in the dollar without

Scotch IsIaudK. and in many inftancig the The ship was not fitted for a fast sailer, I ing a vessel in a more southern latitu -1' did we see a whale or any object to attract o'er the earth the morning ray. account. Tie) how. What do the old folks I about the poor gentleman's .
; Its li&!U will east, I S e
farther than the shapes e
attention grotesque think of itr'meyhain't e .
Polar bear which had been transporwdthese un but was a huge mass of wood and iron to re- when first rising in tile distance r.s a mere i I Fair. emblem of the glorious day i the vm:1
said Again
The and forms which the floating detached a word since be cleared scene shifts is toe
the hori/on. to
foating 1.I.'ouM; : Und on terra 'ist thccontact with floating ice. Her bows : speck in phenomenon I That evermore hall ret. out." ante-tea-drink hour.
; of 12.n-1 ice would present ani whidi Snap at
Jirma to the no little annoyance .the in- were nearly as flat as her broadside. Our : me was a most singular one, and a convincing pelees towards Jonathan Aheai-Or a Tale of Lore and I bForgot the night I carried you home I theUraa.Wif! Says one, Peters 1 3
: proof of an abrupt termination of the ; increased in quantity as we progressed from 7" did be die hard ?" '
habitaaU. lliis uncommon breaking up dice j-nn-ptctb were not at ali flattering' ;.'- "hrata(4Im. singing-school asked Jonathan,suddenly Sara U not
I' I the eouth. &>roetituc4 they wouldreprebeat dead I him
this branching-
The from I. ww
earth's spherical figure. sun ; to-day
in the Artie Sea held 1 out great inducements ole. for every indication around us gave to
: I time had a mt singular distant I Ii a Gothic Church with its window -I ET JESO.ME W. SPALDIXG. *"So. I hain't" replied the lady, blushingand I Quick Snap partner. who dntr
board indes- appearance. I
; anJ hopo to the iiav i;ntor of lneet.ngopen the m.nd of every man on an "poetea'
smiling at the time. by : affirmed
ant toners-sometimes a nap
f an sea. and lint few ob't ructions in cnb.iLc! between hope and despair; i i Although it courted around the heavens in a table?, doorways with round, bottles I Tlie critter loves-! I know she Ions I fc. Remember them apples I gin re ?" dead, and, offered to bet $ *was Hk
sitting ,
Lie VOe t.f exjorxt-o! : toTrarJa the Pu!(. awl when our store provisions were examined somewhat angular circuit. yet it appearedI i iI guests me !" said Jonathan Doiikins, as he sat on '- Oft ye-" interlocutor said he would
: which could not be salt of the North-nest) it was fund that with half rations I I to be soaring around the Equator near the : glasses :... all in order. At other times the coru-titld fence, meditating the course I "Well, they was good wasn't they TKFustrat ey he *arit," and pulled proved,

I earth's surface. Weapared to be elevated -t Ihcrc was a resemblance of a garden with of true love, that wa running-as Mr.bhakipeare the uf Davis Strait these hold | I
would out two
by wav I the only years. t
i l.sae said it did-rather u Got hull This
if had been trees and plants. Ac., all of colo l size roughlIf } a orchard full of such kind staggered Quick a
above transported
: .Sea; and Mraits' being narrow and often i'he officers and men on board were mostly \ as we i duke Peabody ha taken shine to that I of fruit," said Jonathan suggestively.Susan so convinced to the verity infiJrm .
an4 as crystaL >x>n *
i ice-bound between headland IVsuies all young and active of strong minds and to one of the Asteriods and wire courtingj transparent paw ky. long-shanked stammerin,shy critter -I was silent on ** had recehec that .

this did vantage, the formation of the ice brave hearts ; \el, when taking the actual j a different orbit from what we-tad l been j became fatigued in looking at them, and (jus ctt.just because he's a city feller. t fcG'Lui !1" exclaimed Jonathan, putting could afford to lie a little. hfwhS- rC

. M of a dilTerent origin. On the coart the Miuatmn into which we were placed of be- i accustomed to while within tbe abodes of required rest and ' -e. I forgot to I she aiu't the gal 1 took her for, that's ear- the braid toMe black horse. pered in his partner's ear- He died

and to be where eternal day prevailed remark that when'we were in the highest tain. No, it's the old folks, dar'n their ugly -1 Have you any idea where we're going with my fingers on his
ice the of plaice from tat the centre of the Polar Circle men I
is product .114wept to I picture. Old )II''I. reaOOdWa.i alters a I to, Sake 'I' 1 The LPt was made- _
latitude it was no uncommon thing to see
motuitaniouk regions, met with, in the form and entangled among the drift and wreckof In that long and wearisome day, the \vh leI dreadful hifclutin' critter, fall of stuck up I'm going to tbe village." ceived the funds, and-in ; usino-

of ice bergs or ice mountains; while the ice ages, which continually are floating and i I human system longed for night, the eyes drift wood whole trees floating by, havingno I notionS ; and the old man's a regular .-f' uXo you ain't ? you are going along tell Peters walked up to with a

in the North j-aRsagc, between Greenland Accumulating in the centre of that sluggish I were tired and fatigued with tho inceSsant i iI bark or twigs, arid as white as ivory as I head, driven by hi* wife just as our old one. with me." remarkably non-chalant air.
and of the water. How if they had floated ever since the flood but I eyed rooster Is driven about by our cantankerous "Where to 1" I' The sign vf fcSflap i ia
and consists of fiat fields of ice Pole felt anxiety. sunlight glare *
: Spitsbergen of the we some "
etidy I f live-toed Uorkin' hen. But if I Providence
is the ,saw none to the south ef 83 or 83 SO1. : ; and you don't come back -I" was not in its nexi
from one or two to some hundreds of miles Upon the fifteenth day of April the sea I soothing and refreshing morning don't sj/de his i fun, my name ain't Jonathan.I'm till frou're Mrs. Dobkins no how you can morning 10 fact since .
several vessels 20th _ot
We May.
in extent, in one field, and seldom rising was as smooth as a mirror, with light airs awn! and the evening twil-hght to the now saw going to the city by railroad next week, fix it." these little incident, the c ;.

over two or three feet above the surface of of wind from the south. The sun shone optic nerve and the heated brain but here Next day 1 counted thirty vessels at one and when I come Lack 111 wake soaks. How you talk Jonathan. posing the firm have been 'frequently _
time Dutch and This place wan tuat'a ail.! "It's (act." the
English. a
sunshine cloud streets
; the of salt atersand all board it was perpetual -no ever I of
the sea, are entirely product or down on the glas-sy on I u _
obscure the all called the fishing ground or feeding banks. The above soliloquy may serve to give But then the old folks- commented I Montgomery (.Ita.) Mail
sea water. I may as well mention in thiipbvte ; felt an uncommon boujancy spirits. We was seen to ky, was a the rtader some idea of the land in the Susan.

while shaking of the difference of did not feel it disagreeably cold. It is lurid blaze of brilliant light. Our meals The contrast in their manner of capturingthe 1!I pleasant rustic village where the speaker Darn the old folks,"eaid Jonathan putting : THE CHOUU AT A kto ,

formation of the ice in those regions, that known to the initiated in nautical affairs being of the same bill of faro whale is striking. The ZngLshman; IXri.ded. on the string again; *-ef I was to 'leave : letter from Barbadoe the recent '

was impossible to discriminate without sees a whale several miles distant spouting Mr. Jonathan Dobkina was young farmer you with them much longer, they wouMbea ravages of the cholera,
the ice fanned on land by the gla." that are often obliged to wash ,
voyajtcrs well to timepiece water; he sets all sail and steers for the well to do tritftfthe world and looking tradin' you off to some city feller who has Vehicles of all kinds to convey
railed ice berg or mountains is formed of starch, iron, Few and mend, and sometimes referring to the sun as as our where the whale was last seen to out for a wife, and had been paying his addresses half dozen wives already." corpses. The borse-ca, .,*

fresh water, ani, therefore, termed blue even make clothing, shoes, bats, Ac.. but in whether were partaking of breakfast place to Miss Susan Peabody. One Mr The next day as Mr. and Mrs. Dobkins i called, that stand fur hire MuarVwere .

ice (transparxnt) in contrast to the fieldor : the latter cafes, it is oftener done by way I dinnerr supper. In the month of spout. All the other chips who see his Cornelius G asset t, who'kept a dry good were returning home, said Jonathan very generally used. -{
difficult man ut'l'CII immediately follow, one endeavoring shop in Hanover btreet, Boston suddenly fidently: have seen nine coffins in one
salt ater ice, Lich i is wore porous and occupying spare time and as an..amu.e1DCnt June it was more even by our ; con-I they
six in the to out-run his fellows towards the made his appearance in the field and beganthe May u well teD you. Suke-for I were so badly constructed
tell whether it pMiq-
watches to was
wita the real Yet a* I ,
white. It u a ommoa practice than from necessity.
r : I I supposed direction of the whale. While I cutting out game. any secrets from you neow-that Gusset j over gutters, or they
j whalers! to fill tlc.r water casks with per- remarked,even in this high latitude on the morning or six in the evening; but thoseof Dazzled with the prcppect of becoming a never saw them woman afore they stepped would literally fall to pieces f dri

: tectly fresh and soft water from this salt fifteenth day of April 1 felt noinconvenlence us who kept our regular journal noted the Dutchman, if he can find one or two or gentleman's and pestered with the into your house and blowed him up, as I who was provided for the would' '

ice the philosophy of which I have as with sieves rolled up to my elbows, every few hours our observations and more of his countryman's ships the lashes < importunity of her aspiring mamma the had thought. Cost me five doUan-thun-I stop and nail up theeoHn! .tree&
my marks which kept us posted as to n..1 them all securely together, unbend their j I I village beauty began to wavor, when her I der! I told them what to pay and I expect to prevent the bodies Those
; yet never heard satisfactorily accounted fastening the clothing, which was just sails from the roasts and yards and stows old lover dc rmu..e 1. on a last and bold they done it welL Gussett may be a photons that ply for hire squarewere

f,r. .The process: is this: The siiip hauls washed, to the shrouds to dry by being time passed. It is quite evident that stroke to full his rivaL lie went to the keeper, but if he expects to get shoP-1 also much used. _
them below decks. These thus dismantled many
broadside to a field of iccf maZes a stage or frozen lord and moisture i absorbed. This Genus Homo was not organized by his ships city and returned;of his business lie bait Jonathan Dobkins be must get up a plaguy were earned to the grave ,

gangway with spare spars from the ship to Jay we all compared our latitudes and lon- I Maker to enjoy with ecstatic delight an I and fastened together drift about nothing-not even to a pumping old maiden light earlier in the morning." many on the people's heads toW; _
as in a harbor. The Dutchman takes it aunt who kept house for him. lie went that when the demand was
the ice, placing planks oa the some, on ;.tudes for the first time since we sailed. "eternal day, as some ourmodcruhymns quite easy, with his pipe in his mouth he not near the Peabody s. but labored in his zThe poor tailor in the following for coffins, many persons ,great chil

which they roll the water casks to the tee. I'n.rtv-oue; navigators in al! our latitude would have it. be seen sitting in the crows nest at cornfield,awaitingthe result of his machin- limning from New Orleans journal some deco, were earned by their merely

The men commence digging wells in the agreed perfectly noon that day, 83* 30' A clear night is beautiful. How sublime may ations. ten or fifteen year ago seems to have fared wrapped np in tarred beets _
feet in and in short human had the with her all times, and looking fur the whale com The next day, Mr. Gussctt wu seated ao better on one horn of a dilemma, thanon lou may have heard of
ice about three depth a north. further than any being to see moon, pale silvery light, Cart!
ing to him. By this means one lookout with he old folk and their daughter in tne another: I have Been it the first
time the water tills the hole thus dug,.h.ebi. i ever been that had returned to make it and the star-spangled vault of hcascn, with Will this Sir?" said evening
answers for all the ships,while the officers beet room of Peabody'n mansion, chatting you pay me bill a in the bay. A ; myselfwere

is immediately taken out m buckets and known. We unanimously called I councilof the ponderous worlds coursing through and crews are sitting at a good fire, each as pleasantly as possible, when the door tailor in CLarks Street, to a waggish debt- walking up to the Just as _

the casks filled therewith and taken on all the crew and nivigators on board,and space in their appointed orbits speaking to opened, and in rushing a very dirty Irish or. we came up to it, it had .

board for drinking and culinary purposes, : the captain addressing the latter said he us in strong and emphatic language, that man at his mechanical trade, generally boot woman. T>o you owe any body any thing P one o those alleys leading beach! _
and shoe for which -Is Cornelius Gussctt 1 asked the and the
making, they come prepared itthereyesitMr. wag. driver ahideou
and singular a* it may appear, if a piece of bad no need to inform them of the high their uMaker is Diviner No such sooth negen 4
the tailor.
in place regular wages. Come out of tbat before I fetch ye, ye f>pal> No,Sir, replied looking down the alley >
I ;
this ice should be melted it w as salts latitude which bad then attained eould-tirring contemplations \
same northern we ing, presented [To be continued. peon Is that what }' promised tuc beiore Then you can afford to wait and off any wn there 1" The &tlaid .
$ the se* water in which it &. 1 caa- I to, (at this time we were in SS'.CD', itself to us in that long day. There __ } the pna-t. ye hathen ye na er? Banning he walk-.d. to touch a dead body even ,

DOt give any other reason fur this phenomenon only CCO miles from the Pole of the earth were no clouds no moon, no stars visible, InterefUug from China.Our away from me and the chillder-f' A day or two afterward the tailor calledagain. relations, and too WII _
foreign advices by the last arrival lawful wedded wife and ruzuun1 after Our WM not"at h ll1r t's end"
wag had attack dS
than that it is owing to the pressureof : and nearly,230 miles beyond the magnetic and still stranger and more accountable no .yer a rope to the e
mentioned that the American CotnmiMjion- hie creditor he said
the Yankee gals, yc infidel o, turning to : it into the cart the best '
the atmosphere on the surface thai press I Pole.) lie spoke of the current sweeping ice! Sometimes a small piece of transparent err Mr. McLane had gone up the river to "Woman, there must be some mistake u Are yoa in debt to any body?" Up to this time, I believe wsy .

out the fresh .1erhlle the particles of II us towards the centre of tho Artie Circle; ice would be seen floating past not Nankin with part of the American squadron liege" stammered Gus ett, taken all aback "Yes, Sir, 1 ama sorry to say I am." from cholera some 18,000 or ,lost _

salt remain frozen. tho width of the great Inlet to the Polar bigger than a barrel I and that but seldom. but that nothing was known of his by this charge. "Well why doa't you pay /" the entire population; and | b-ef
I proceedings. A letter in the New York livil a Lit of a mistake, sarpint I IOh "Iheve'nt got the notify, replied the line the death .
The prorpect of an open sea in the Articegiunl Seas between the Island of Spitzbcrgen on Our consort ship soon came speaking ye jalan d'
Time gives a detailed account of this expedition wirra. wirra, was it for the hkes of Y.I tailor, with a "- countenance.'Tbat'sjcatsaycneemydear fully 100
? tilled uj with hope of penetratingthat the European side and tireenland on the distance elsie ; sent their boston board together with a report of the sacked little Dennis McCarty, who loved S-II'I 11 am of cholera proving per fatal day. heart _

unknown portion of our planet. We American side ; the prodigious body of containing their chief officers, and after communicatiuD between Mr Mclane and the very ground I trod on, and all btkaec glad to perceive that IOU can appreciatemy here. Jut ""E"* so it laM
sailed on the 28th day of March and had water flowing into that northern basin, and hearing the decision of our consultation the commander of too revolutionary for- ye promised to make a lady of me. ye black position. I always respected your perfect health-at any ,rate about. ia

taken our departure and commenced our no outlet but that but that ,between the acquiesced and immediately we celebrated ces.It dirty tbaf o' the world t Will ye come on judgment, Sir. Give ua your hand,Sir P -andnoC complaining at one P.M .
seems from tho statements of this Utter to the railroad station, where 1 left little "ot altogether unlike a case recorded of md he
shall be in
jet hia
and Journal from the List of and Asiatic COntinent which had occurred P"jT
Log point west of the American this day as one never that Mr. ,McLane has taken a decided Patrick bekase he was too sick with the San Francisco in the opening. year of the -in five short h JUTS_and gr I

land April ,1st. With a fine southerly a shallow outlet of thirty miles, stud- on this planet-that two ships had Attainedthe stand against the revolutionary movement.On & to come any further, or will ye gulden harvest: have been many such cases. then,

bieeze-we made the ice fieLlou the Gth; died with Islands; that it was not possible latitude of 84* north with a clear eea. his way up the river application n.was wait till I drag:ye?" JLn unsuccessful adventurer in the aari-

finding no passage opening we steeredto that this narrow and shallow outlet could But the prospects,were anything but good; made to the highest military officer among "Go-go along ; go,and I'll follow you" irous region having staid Sir a long timeat A NEW Sum _or BalC' ,
the rebels who were in po3ewion of Nan He it' best hotel in, the city without he
gasped Uitosett thought to an expensive more Meat inventions
the westward two"days and finding discharge the great body of water now we could not lay a course which could kin asking for'an interview, and member temporize. tu laving paid a''red: "lor board although uiglish manufacturers, br

a rent or, narrow reparation of & zig-zag. rushing into t.he- Artie basin; that Uwe'mut fetch Bhering'e Straits _neither could we of the Legation was sent on shore to make I'll give you ten minutes," said the virago lit bill had often been presented by the j important Interesting most Jfr; _

bra, we forwd. the.vessel through the distance be some other passage of discharge bya return by the,way we came., The northerly arrangements for it. After some delay an : 'if je ain't there it's me cousin,Thaddy landlord, vat one da/ waited upon bj that : Jummerfield, of the Glass '

being1 aoout_two miles and a hilf- vortex In the centre: bra strong ,undercurrent set of the current we were all well a1i'are answer was received, agreeing to'an interview Magnmdy will be afther ye, ye thafc I" personage with a vary determined aspect I ism IlealtVfcr what are __ ___
between the United Mate Commissioner And went the unbidden t. when the toltowing conversation ensued: I t Lie faced
away Claaa
and .
Beyond.thi* tbe sea wu perfectly open to, theaJao, the .impossibtbility ot and unless the wind shifted our prospects p grooved ..1eidy .
head.of therebellion *
and -". the Mr. UuIICtWea th o engaged in stammering LAVDLOID. 1 have brought Iou your 1 attracted the
clear of ice,and cmooth asja tn d. The steming the.current against headwind were'the extreme 'However 'en condition that. the;farmer oat a denial of all knowledge of the biUapiothilmo ,r- -- and I want 4:mment architect and : thff _

wind being still from pie south,, we soon i the impossibility of ever reaching sorthe.outhudwestuBhering'sStraIti ,the only alternative left was to haul would do homage;and pay tribute, to, ..t.h.j.1&t1eI' virago when*the parlor door again opened the money, 1 have .sent it to you by,the i a little! doubt thi* new. brick*> -

canMws. ghtuf the SBow-clad.. mountains & to the westward.and keep. 'in company until ., Mr. alrf passed thJlnd. and in(case of' failure, the consequences no .the find shifted.. After.this resolve we with.this' condition sad-replied ..that be ;;in a*flashy: silk" gown,and a cap 'of have paid no attention whatever to it. flow, J ierfleld's process red ort> baombined
could notrecognizetb&rvbeIIinu4subjecta&sn many ribboua perched, OD tb. top of her what I wish to say k.that I shall wait ao with gUs and thi ( '
oa- there all sail and'stood to the westward '
be could tU made *
greatdim.tancetotbeeutMc- hiiaun .wuhat was ; '
j withTwhomhis Government
mg '
Emperor For thai I
tiead,invaded the sanctity of the pariorw onger. every thing buy. am c nrabihty, entire resistance
pai_Q9V* bccJBW entirely oseless the north no ocher chance Jbr" as.which .could offer the sea was.'very smooth, wind light. and ..:on terms of"peace and amity,, V&had, -*1* he here r'ah8"cried, in.i. very decided obliged to'payr too, in cads down. ':very I ad give an ornamental 'lb. ______

point bf,the msgnetie.Deedk pressing np the moat distant hope' bu carving all sail we .mad&bont'tlireen& a'Tialf or four formed a commercial treaty, 'He therefore Fftnch'&ce uL thing ia at a nigh tgure, and I caaf t a ford I,uilding, The form of the

C '*p.iustth* glas of the compass box, and to' thi ireitward in ,hope*-of sgepfwznd knots an' boor; "Our vessels were. not builtfotXMtrSailiog left them without further intercourse.3T .: :"Then she added with'ft scream: to keep a hotel.. baa Francisco, unleM I wan of a'jroov* at, th*' *ai bJ''

''remaio %iflcrenUtowards"..-theere"oaly'two which. s1jinsmmyire,4jtszrjsy ; totes; 'soMs wood andiron : *Ah I saoa Pica 1tare. hill t. .iwe .collect ali by bills.* I jade BOM to add grwtlyto:
would. or.current to ; we_ ,. ,, __ U"S B4iit- the delinquent ,
; .' Tko : MaHSteam", Ship monster :uV#.k' yoor na anraj rom uCantc//orditPtrdaiined c f the erection.the joint by
ir.o: pitiThi ; daaDce o.m- "could 'make, them a hay*tack would laded from'Xev.York 08' &tunlsydorrpithiZ me tvDit two,three years I ;teabe. you boarder; 'then why in thunder doa't 1 sing brought nearly, dote fcrmig _

tiitlth( ti % f1t pining Bbering'B Strait by a more an" aswtlL We fatedift1' ;our- passenger*and $1,250- .-nemli..'and of,* heart broke.-'Terr; bad, .eai wi idl oat to fomebody .that CUll-&f'ord i a neat exterior,and theredbebepecC. ct

.finrt. -, Boort Jong,: sod (111' 15thbsefr : terly._ ;Hbit tbis*', to:to sn'iatitR.r OQOIp.. ss., ., -. _." '' .-'' teso.. *. :- I4 .-- 17. .J>ot'.tbtbcrttnBif joavcador!* s th .a




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The Jacksonvin AHUr. S ,: The Grips of PanWfe er the a;

ht j'InrTha :dus.JACKSONVILLE There U ecnnrthlnj w rfcCcnlous fa tW recent IotMnH wider their Heir .11.. ,
action ef the people of Jacksonville, that we hardly The Picrform"bl.ia at lnd3anp ,
know whether to treat It as a smtjoct
worthy oscttou gnu the
following the
rvboke. The idea of a petty town. with : ;grips'k.c.
aa iatMtdeBt 'lit head seaming to cottttt the of Kaow-NotWna since they haVa
: navigation of the waters vf a great river, b, caUevlatfd adopted their"Star SpapgW Banner" ,
to excite mile of derision, while the name
ludMToes failure of the attempt reminds us of the The bailing sign is (a place the right
SATURDAY OCTOBEU7, 1854. Mcmit story of.the King of France, who wit hand OIl the breu.r. the flDgen UDder-

, .Twice ten thousand men, the breast of the Test the palm inward
Marched up the hill, and then-marched down and after being so placed g
lYevr the Whig Feel under Defeat. gently to eai
agaik. the
' thumb upwards the throat.
The bad trace with which titewblgstate their The proficiency gunnery too would induce the The answering sign is to place the right
discomfiture, would to amusing were tt not more opinion that there was no real intention to fire Into hand on the outside of the vest and
calculated tb excite pity. They bare been to long tbe steamer, but the accidental hitting of cue breast, with the thumb covered by the
I shot difpels that belief and we are constrained to Test
I 1 accustomed th. .y tt Dna county that they the conclusion that the military did actually feat and the fingers turning gently downwards-

.,;t considered it immutably theirs and regard the their guns, but, like the little boys at Cmrutmas The grip- place the three first fingers
., .uccessf efforte of the Democracy ss an impertinent but their eyes when the touched d' their piece of the right hand on the inside orfttbo
4 interference which shoald not be put up with and VTe then ran away from the kick. & '1 three corresponding fingers him whom
trust that the trophies of the engagement
71: qiiotly. Accordingly a meeting was called on the I which consisted wounding a defencelen negro, you salute about tW ends of the fingers to Ian
; 4th last, but whether to express their indignation i and the enjoyment by the army of the pleasure of only an inch, and thumb of each per.
son to rest on the nail of the
seeing the boat peaeefmUy her will long finger of
condole with each other or to find out how the pursue way _
be sufficient to satisfy their martial ardor, more J -- the other,
things was done we hare not yet learned. They I especially as the late eircnnutiace afforded a The sign at the door outside an
are load, however, in their cries of Fraud'! Fraud! brilliant opportnuily for the exhibitionof military !- door-one rap or knock, 1ecolbI

when there is no fraud,on the part of the Democracy now.tpirit-ui re common a century since than The word by the applkauj for admission

at least "Oive the *
me password.
I'nele Tehy tells ns that" swore
The truth is, that the victory has been won by I in Flnixlern" and we are inCunncd army that terribly aa the The answer-"Give me the password."

I the earnest and continued efforts of the Democrats, Il'iiMa pasted under the guns of the fortress i* By applicant ....fcThe grave of our Pathcrs. -,
who went Into the field advocating such principles Mr. -'. yard, with her flag at the fore, the ." .

I M should hare secured a still larger Tote for their Jacksonville with unexampled battalion success.Butwhilouippoeedto performed. that man at'lO Response. ."The gra'eec4' *. Fathers."

T cause. Whig after whig have dropped away from jest at the results the At coad door-same words asked ,

the old lard and arrayed themselves under spirit which animated those engaged in this out- same response.
while Democrat rage affords mitter for grave reflection. A wan Password at inner door-twenty-one.
for that
oars j every once, could
I. -otehuoted. ton ditregarj of life common to every community DUVAL COUNTY REDEEMED Reoponne do do twenty-one.
of adventurer and there is usually some dash Thi being interpreted means than
4 It II natural that while smarting under an tiDeSpected cf heroism difnlaved.. which. .hil. it doe not or_ a
cue the violence of the deed foreigner may vote ifUr a residence of 21
defeat tho whigs should express considerable -I uciunrabiy excitesa if

feeling, but we hope that the sober second I sympathy, it is wanting.for those engaged To fire upon in it.* defenceless In this instance Congressional Majority Reduced to Ten year Sign, of HE a common BEHAVE WEIL.meeting A piece c'*

tltoac t" will reconcile them to their present condition n'lIScl1ritli rnnno toot, seems, foreign to human Whig white paper in the form of a triangle, mean-
and erUent future dell tiny. nature that we are ut a loss to account fur the lug come if convenient.

motive hioh could hue prompted the act, unless, Sign of a particular mcetingA piece of

The Savannah Frets and J. IlODTIU.. here indeed anj, we ctncludo take up the that ledgers tbe people of our of merchant Jackson- and Prescott Elected for the House of white paper in triangular fOrm with a triangle -.
Haynes cut out of the base of the
. The Savannah has been cxceedmgly rill were in hopes of killing a stray creditor same, mean-
among her rJlllsen rs. ing you must come if possible.A .
: ,b vehement in denunciation of the courrc A River is a public highway, and all citizens sign of great distress meeting_A tri

. ,i pursued by the Jacksonville authorities in The have the right to traverse it without molestation Representatives angular paper of BLOOD RFD COLOR, with a
State may delegate its own power to the cor
: small triangular cut from its base
. i I regard to quarantine laws and characterize poration it creates, but she herself can no more meaning
impede the navigation of River which come at the ptfil of yaw life come apm-
. 1 ti the attempt to enforce these laws,as a wanton a runs
tbrongi her territory, thap she can control the use edand preparciJfocrnegeacies J
. disregard of human life-an outrage of tbe waters of the sea that wash her shores. Thisis Maxwell Elected in the State The presiding officer lectures upon the

, :11; hitherto unheard of. We can assure our the first time since the Revolution that the attempt pictures or hyeroglyphics of the ritual( and;
has been made, and that the
\ wo presume the members
friends Savannah for believe that are furnished with working
wo yet Government of the United Slates cUt put a stop
we have some friends there that the to the precedent, by affording in the transmission cards in hyeroglyphics to avoid detection.
: .I. (1COpIe of the Mail that protection to which the contractors We have met the and are ours." Much hero flummery is let off by the
4;' Jacksonville are not such blood thirs- arc cntit led, and her own supremacy demand Enemy they speakers -much huinbsj parade over the

.1 I ty beings as they seem to suppo The We say nothing of the assumption by a village of pretended sentiments of Washington and

, t t Captain of the steamer ll'elaka was notified the right to a lay practical embargo upn the titiTW Jefferson, which they never held nor uttered -,
of Florida
: < ; that is a subject for local legislation We promised to Banner in the breeze with and slander alone. all to bewilder and stir tbe soft headed ,
: g at the mouth of the Ki\cr. and again at the ; but we much mistake the spirit of the peopleof keep our waving ny up -

I quarantine ground of what he might exi' i nut the as Peninsula citizens oHieurgia, if they submit and of the to it United a moment States, the name of MAXWELL inscribed thereon, until the victory at We have good authority for saying that he has been baselythe and members zealous ,against and to foreigners make them fanatical 1

. 'i: pect, bhould he constitute himself a judge we protect against the action of the inch in Jack- polls in October should be won. That victory has been won, misrepresented by a Whig partizan of whom better things should

: j vf the law and attempt to pass. lIe was to con\illc the country, puerile at through large and it is,derogatory as discreditable to us.-to and we now furl that Banner as there is no longer a foe to face. be expected. As it is, however, he leads both Drew and ThompThe HALIFAX, N, S.. September 2G.Themail

.'l not only it notified and such, but entreated not as to were attempt ka The is towns under above hwnds are to perform ports entry mail service, and the for Wela-them Banner County of Whiggery, by the efforts of a united and son, and helps to swell the average Democratic majority.The steamer here this Franklin morning,from bringing St. John's five hundred arrived --

: passengers an J no community, bother acting from a source enthusiastic Democracy, has been placed in such a position that passengers from on board the steamer
!4. ; aboard admonished to land. As to the I of panic or a spirit of should of bound from
be City
. moboerary, allowed she but Philadelphia Liverpool
i Ii charter granted by the State of Florida to I toclose those ports or stop that son ice. It remains yields a pitiful majority of ten for Brown, and sends the 7 to Philadelphia.

,t. t our town conflicting with United States adopt to to be avenge teen what this course outrage.Government Gen. Jackson wlU most popuar Whig whithin her borders to the Senate by a major- Cry IS, Still they Come The passengers report that on the 17th

' S i law, it will require a higher tribunal than I would station a Revenue Cutter off tho town, and ty of eight inst.. when seven days and a few hours out
. if the people repeated the offence, ho would treat from Liverpool, the steamer was driven
S a steamboat Captain or a newspaper editor them twill be by the following table that Gen. Hopkins has has Democratic ashore in of wind
aa CalL lloUins died Grey town. eel rcEvery county heard from as yet gone save a pile off Cape Race, on
;; ., J to decide the matter. ceived a majority over Judge Livingston of votes Melton the banks Newfoundland,and standeu on
'i I The above from the Savannah Republican, eight Gadsden, which is reported Whig, although the returns have not
I the the first of land
point visible' on the
14IS TThe Savannah for several exhibits so much rare taste that we must Haynes, (Dem.) has a majority over Columbus Drew (Whig) of been received. A correspondent says that, in ALACHUA, "We continent i They were enabled to land as
:: :\ mails have at length been papers showered down I permit our nadc-rs to enjoy the treat, by SIX, while D. C. Prescott (Dem.) runs ahead of S. B. Thompson have met the enemy, and they are ours," Democratic majority. soon aa the storm ceased and finally ft ,
5ti inserting it in our columns, the phrase. ttt; upon us in a body, by the arrival of the { Ridiculous action," '. Petty town" "smilecf = = = = _ 119, Maxwell having: gained on the vote of 32.3 miles-not however, without a great deal

J L' Webb and the delivery of the mail. We i! derision" : : t '- The official returns of ST JOHNS show that Maxwell has a majority suffering and privation, but were eiT-

find that we have been ignorant of all the ludicrous failure, & : s
: t I are line sjuces for the dish of humour by the people of that city.
t. t tit hard things said about our town, as they made up in the first part of the article. E g ;'i COLUMBIA comes in gloriously with about 190 majority for the The passengers numbered nearly six hundred

!..; ".,% appeared one by one, and therefore the accumuIatedvialsofwratharepoizredupnthc- The second course of the repast, entitled, F -I g. r iL S ] good old cause, while MADISON takes the palm and gives us 194. about one hundred of whom are still

: : I a matter for grave reflection," U seasoned I I ? I : : ? 0By an extra of the "Floridian & Journal," we find that LEON at fax St, John's waiting convei ance of 1111-
:fj t devoted heads of our citizens all at onee.t. I ,
'i In the Savannah Republican of the 20th !' with such condiments as the following "a L.. .L.... __L_ elects three out of four members for the House, and gives Max.Jacksonville It is thought that the steamer will be a

: : p!t we find a letter from a resident of the bank wanton disregarrl if life( is common to 167 228 218 167 IGl 170 223208 well a majority of 80. total in loss She ii, however fully insured

ru!i of the St.Johns, who ha hal his Georgia erery cai.imnnity of atletnturcs" hopes roward's, 70 3 5 64 66 65 5 4 WAKULLA sends a Democratic member to the Jlouse to fill the $200,000 England, -independent her supposed pf valug her cargo being, whichis lOut

; f State pride aroused, by inug'.nmg: the Carolinians -. of kVLn* a stray creditor "::." Bar, 10 2D 24 7 9 D 25 2.j place of a Whig, and gives Maxwell a l majority of 40 where Cab- also mostly insujvd. The,
The third
:; : I t to be at the bottom of the tCair con- j co'iris composed ofassertion, l\1andar.lll, 32 33 36 30 32 35 33 29 ell had 14.PUTNAM. b 500,000,"m'tha Ocean Company of Lon
'j and what (;'n. Jackson would do. We don,
?' 4 ; cerningthe Welaka, Georgia boat But we '! lu\e no comment to offer upon the sub- Magnolia, 11 14 14 18 17 17 13 17 it is said, gives us a majority of 60 to 70 for Maxwell II\ "-x, Sept.29J10P. M.-..The steamer -

; a have said enough uudcr that head already. !ject. but F'il'join the follow ;ing article from Black Creek, 23 50 48 22 23 15 48 GG Carter is elected in HII SBOHO' by a large majority, as is Parsons City of Philadelphia was running tenS
: t We notice a sage remark contained in the : knots per hour, the weather very dark and
.' j editorial accompaning the letter, ::we icouldadrite : the dial-list'>T Mercury iucoi>tr.u.t. Clay } 83 32 2u 78 103 i3 17 14 in HERNANDO. raining. At 10 o'clock at night she struckon

;S. ': no act(f violence in retaliation." i THE Ju-K!o\tii.LE QriRAMiTF,-When the ThomasvIllc, 4 27 27 3 9 7 21 22 Harris' majority in MARION is over 100, and Maxwell's 140.- Cape Race, backed off, and ran aground
\ soft he .
prevalence -e of Yellow Fever at Chance Cove,about 7 miles north of Cape
{r This has undoubtedly been the wisest thin in Savannah, reached, Jacksonville, the authoritiesof - - SUMTER is also Democratic. Race. She lies in 3 fathoms water, with a

'i L' said by the Republican in its whole wordy I baiU that frma city eutenns an the art waters, forbidmg under the their Savannah juris 400 410 397 389 425 391 385 375 JEFFERSON gives Maxwell a majority of 240, and elects all the hole in her bottom.

1'crusade against Jacksonville, we should I diction. Soon after, the same prohibition was ex- The average Democratic majority is 37. Democratic candidates. She commenced to leak immediately after
backing off from Care Race and it became
ltJ cordially have endorsed the sentiment long tooled to the Charleston boats, for the like reason. Felix has been defeated the Write :Florida down Democratic State for and ,
It waf, in fact, a prohibition to navigation tho St Livingston by influence of calum a ever aye. necessary to run her ashore to save the
t if before had we heard it. Johns at iUlJ shove JtwL onviUee and- u such an lives of the passengers the water having

The press Jacksonville in the same article -I application of the quarantine power bad not, AS : iafn so high-that it-was rapidly extinguishing -

$ is called upon to explain. We hope I far it was aa we naturally can remetntjcr supposed, that ever the been authorities made before had Lumber Business on the St. Johns. neiro, to Aspimvall, Panama,San Juan,and Sllll Later from Europe.mI.L The Cholera a Pltbur& the firs, The excitement among the

,! that ere this theeditor of the Republican a:lei without warrant of law, and the Captain of [CONCLUDED.] again to Europe, Spain, France and Portugal \} OF TIlE BRITISH MAIL Piltsburg passengers; as the water was found to be
one of the Savannah boats sailed Jacksonville AMERICA. The cholera abates very slowjy Tbp rapidly gaining on them despite all their
past The mills
generally cut to
j bat bad of from the 12,000 and it for the of waferon
not want
an hearing
( opportunity in open resistance of the quarantine. The boai ; were N. 28. deaths yesterday were 30. efforts to relieve her, was very great, and
. "s.i press Jacksonville, which it is evident he (I was fired intn bv way of enforcing the law, and 25,000 feet per day, according to size and our Bar the European trade would obI I The lalia North 8.September } when she grounded it was a most happy
I still wore dcdye; moans were demised to preventthe quality sawing from CO to 80 logs which .American Royal Riot at Cincinnati.Cincinnati. relief to the GOO souls who
. :;. had not at the highest pitch of his intligna- repetition| of the. This so-called "outrage," soi b it alL Mail Steam Ship America, Capt. W. J. C, were crowding
,-4'; tion. I wag strongly Denounced in Savannah, and produced logs vary in length from 20 to 50 feet. The The mills have labored'under great disadvantages Lang, has arrived at this from Liverpool Sept. 27. her decks.
much excitement there. We whites at the mill Ilor A terrible riot has occurred here between The telegraph company' steamer took
tj were disposed at employed generally reside hare been with advices to the l inst., three
fir ot to think the Jacksonville quarantine an indefensible ; freights unusuallyhigh the Protestants and Germans Catholics, in off the passengers, had landed them at St
:(1 f z :' We had intended not to notice ', stretch of power, but subsequent explanation on an adjoining lot and the negroes and no home market for second qual- days later Commercial than those Intelligence.rcit"CI by the Alps. which fire arms were freely used and three John's and then returned to the Philadelphia -
.-? have hown that too action of the anthori. hue their close at hand., With a shot. It in attack to render assistance in the
.1 the attack of the Savannah Republican upon camps ity, or market for unmerchantable lumber, The Liverpool Circular persons originated an saving baggage -

. l\t the credit of the merchants of this town. city t.cs: was limits: strictly extend legal, entirely under across their the charter.river, The and,' strict system government and regularity this item is lost. Again, the scarcity and of Mcbsrs. CtonJarket.-Te Iiin, made by the Catholfcs on some Protestants ; cargo, io. The cargo is valued at
the Is in or hours each mill is hive of of the 15th Cotton inmoderate ,who were endeavoring to organize a $,ooo, and is all in the lower hold much
'. But our attention has been directed to it I' power given the plainest terms to prohibit a industry, consequent high 'price of labor has cut priere quotes Sabbath school.Rxtraordjmiary. damaged,
tho inrrcos of vessels from infulod into demand at favoring buyers.
4. t.. by several respectable merchants, who feel I the waters UQ'lt-r their juri. iction. The article each one revolving in his course quietiy down the profits. But they are men of The sales during the: prices week comprised 41- AMhp latest accounts but little hopes
. aDd and who I which no copy from the Republican, the mill bell being the watch-word for and who look forwardfor were entertained of saving the vessel.
ll : eyed indignant, although pre-I preseverance energy, 000 bales, of which speculators had taken and Important Wager

T : they have teea customers of Savannah, do j i scnts As tins between matter the ia city,a,clear therefore light., and the steam I II work or rest. We notice with pleasure the a reward for their enterprise and their 1000 and exporters 7000 bales fair Orleans A young man, named John Blaxtun, has What Causes the Gulf Stream.
,; beats, it H on'Ratable that the former in the admirable discipline at all the,mills when at ( was 'quoted at (Cl-2d./ Middling Or-
that I and So
::1: not owe city one cent. was : outlay of time capital. 11 as they laid two wagers, one of $t,000 and another Mr. Stanton Sholes
right : nii we sic glad the Charles-I work or at order and quiet pervade lean ; .
:J t t" Iathenaturalcouraeoftrade, it is not at I i ton boats submitted to tho prohibition with a good I lest can every one should encourage manufactures Uplands at 51per lb. of $3,000, that he will ride from San gives it as his oppinion that the
i' : All that the "Merchants the whole premises. in midst. Nothing so advances waters of the Gulf stream
strange Legers" j grace. our I Ihe Liverpool Markets. Francieco to Independence, Missouri, in are nothing more
I I The real question is, whether the Legislature of We have only to add that the mills gen- Breatlfl or less than the waters of the river Amazon
: r when tamed over by the editor of the ReI : State had I population, wealth and all the adjuncts of Breadstuffs were Canc twelve days. The distance has been estimated ,
a the right to confer a city the :
publican should show aa occasional bal- power of olntruttmg the use ot a upon navigable river, I rally cost from' 12.000 t5 $20,000, and are society as tho busy hum of industry. See Four was worth 20s., and Ohio 32 per at one thousand seven hundred This than great father of waters is bedded more
t under tLc f>rui of a law, for the I all of the most improved style and conven-j 106 Ibs. Whito and miles immediately under tho
I : JUACC in favor of Savannah the source of supply vf the public quarantine health. That Florida protection has i how'rapid emigration has increased, manufactures 34s. per 48 Ibs. White Wheat miles ; but Mr. ELvstun asserts that by the equator, and all its tributary streams for

1 bat there balances are light and few ciMtfcrrcd tbd power upon Jacksonville is undeniable -! ience, and we hesitate not to say that no and consequent commerce has commande wa quoted t from 9s to ')*. id. per 70 route he will tike, it w il] not bo more than many thousand miles are constantly pour-

: L in number, and the course of the Republican -I ; but if the right to confer it is admitted, some : mills in the world surpass them in capacity opened the way and pointed out tho path. lbs: one thousand three hundred. lie recently ing their hot water into this mighty mervoir
L curious coniiequcnteg might follow The city limits for sawing. It would be a moderate The London Money .ltJ'ar1eet.Cousols arrived here,overland. and on his trip ont of water. As these waters are
the State is
, I, is admirably calculated to preventS of Xew Orlcam might bo extended across theIia.issipi The interior of being rapidly
down the follows closed form 95 1-2 to 95 made arrangements for relays of horses gathered in under the burning sun of the
them from future. Those ) and the internal communication ofbatf timate to put as figures, as filled with the shores of the St. a 32 ,
accumulating in producers; it is
- the mtei Mate" he affected, by a quarantine law General twenty-four of which will be in readinessfor equator, extremely warm; far more SQ
merchants o(Savannah) who wish to get lint we hare not s'udied the legal question enough : Johns arc attracting the tastes of the seeker Intelligence.The his return. The greatest equestrian I than the Atlantic i Ocean waters under the

rid of mch di&ujrrecable customers as the to pretend to give an opmion. It seems to need 20 mills cost,say average $l4OOO, for a pleasant home. Florida is awak- expedition against Sebastopol numbering feat of the kind ever performed was done equator. The great body of heated water
elucidation. flach, $280,000ANeILIL 700 vessels and over ro by Mr. F. X.Aubrey.who went from SantaFe shoots out into the Atlantic more than a
merchants of/aekbiurille certaiulv. out a ing from her long Rip Van Winkle sleep, discp.lned
troops, stood before New Mexico, to Independence, a distance hundred miles, in the face of the eternal
kit ufgratitulr to the pl1bi.lll& Young 'I Jdi' Benevolent Association fXPENJITt"JtE and will, with renewed vigor, advance inst. News of the landing of the of nearly one thousand miles in a lit- trade winds.

SAVAXXAR, Oct. 2, 1834. Cash u paid u (or logs, 365,000 70,000 I We now gome to a close of our sketches troops was expected tq arrive at Varna on tle over four days. The hero of the present The Amazon is sixty miles wide after

WM GnaT, Esq. P.1\I. "nAilJJ when we are able to ar- the ICth in t.Autria undertaking expects to reach Salt Lake being belted in its irresistablc course it cur?
future day
\\2: i'ir: l"rteht< n Mercury says : Jacksonville, E. Fla. Wages, -)oooo, i At some .
has officially notified the cater in five yes off to the left and scuds off before the
and allows six from thereto
.' direct infur- Dear Sir; I hereby acknowledge the receipt of Insurance 10,000 at correct data by inspecting official days days
r i lu/u-ta we hate give
t 4 your highly esteemed favor of 26th( ultimo, coy- 8.000 Powers of the Czr's refusal to treat Independence) Should he succeed he strong trade winds till out of their reach.
nutiou. The dcrths reported from yellow eriug chocks for four hundred and fin dollars, being Repairs, lists, w0 wUJ resume the consideration of on the conditions proposed and at the same will attract universal attention to the projects Driven along with great force, it takes its

: Jj ieu-r; last week were on Monday Tuesday amount collected by you for the relief of the Contingent, 10,000 the subject. If we haTe aftordedmuiy items tim.0 states hat she pr'er still t maintain of mail stage route communjcafriQns Qurse round the great bay formed between
sick and suffering of our uty. INC6MC an armed between San Francisco and Shoe two continents of North and South
.L. 7 3.- !the western
Wednesday 2 Thursday Friday With thanks for contribution, believe to the reader our
many your Say C0,000,000 feet of lumber of information or
It that the Baltic feet imerioa. the
was States northerncoast
was reported of the Union. As hia 'undertaking Dashing along
This shows little of tho disease nc, very respectfully aJ truly yours, &tl2perM 12JOOOIt
.1!. progress GJO. L.COPE, Treasury. wishes are gratified. to rpturn to England, and that Sir Chlc is one from which} great general good may, of South America, passing to the,
and leaves scarce a possibility that can become ii only until quite recently that sawed Napier would resign his command., emanate, he should be publicly encouraged leeward of the West India Islands it leaves

generally epidemic at this late season. Marion BestauranC lumber has been exported from the St. Fun. Advices from China state that,on ing to and we hope he will succqpd.-T-San Fran- the shore of Cuba and proceeds ajopg the
Bat the disastrous the unsettled condition of affairs, trade was cisco Sun, shores of Florida the capes of,Virginia and
F effect has been exceedingly This Is the name of a new Eating Johns. Some years ago Ranging Timber Read the following from(ho Florida Sen- stagnant. The threatened attack tie southcoast of North America and -

,. to business. Tho Post Office has House opened by Mr. Ellis first door from and Live Oak were, got out and went out tinel and laugh. completely on Caton w still held in abeyance, KANSAS.-Extract of a letter dated from the shores of Newfoundland ends pa&sing its

S been dcncrted and distribute the Bay,on the cast side of Newmn street in large quantities. The rapid growing Gloriou New from the East-For the the neighborhood Kansas,July, 15: mission,among the icebergs which float onof

S mull, and .-e are informed that tho banks Oysters, Steals, &c., may be had at all scarcity at the North suitable timber for WJiis l Majority in Duval-Nassau ARRIVAL OF TIE ORIZABA.yater The country swarming with emigrant th/j Northern ocean. Cut off the Gull

.are not much Letter off. Thore ha B been a times and particular attention will be paidto structures requiring firm and enduring Wheeling ito ne-8t. Johns can't quite ) from Mexico and Texas. Men on horseback,with cup and skillet and stream, and it would not be many years
gene ral flight and consternation, doubtless getting up dishes in such style aa will article coupled with the increased demand, SjeaUov the "Proxy Nominee"-Alachua New Orleans Sept. 27. ham, flour and coffee tied on behind, and with before icebergs North that Atlantic would be would be destructive filled
, tbe that was Tnrning "Matter of Fact"-Gen. Game The U, S, nail steam ship Orizaba has with axes shouldered, are facing westward ; very -
on .everybody
supposition suit the most fastidious,Mr. Ellis has beena has made a large market for Yellow Pine. to navigation. But wise_ providence
to the Legislature- while and ladies
Marion coming gentlemen
of arrived from Vera Cruz dates ,are driving
Dually liable to the disease. It U better severe sufferer by the fire .and now that has been found which bringing has provided an internal reservoir of hot
No lumber as yet Ifoac P. Hardee of Hernando coming from the City of Mexico to the 19th furiously to and fro in carriages, printers
Lo stay and face it out on such occasions, embarked in business it is out" the inst wat er constantly rushing around over ba kf
he is once more excels it; in strength; durability and adaptability wiLt Mm Columbia "crashing ConntB.suipon.waeexesmtedon the writing, lawyers speaking, doctors gallant-
the cold Atlantic
t -altijoogh the advice 'hard to follow, andre to be hoped that the patronage of the public tor the construction of vessels, Co-opera/iW Business-Dr.Jamieson of August, ing ladies and selecting sites f residences.. 'here after spending ita vital to its warmth destination

: do not blame any who.reject it. will be liberally extended to him. ridges railroad: &c The Collins i./Arc-Her county ticket. Triumphant Further defeats of the insurgents were Companies with,fUg3 rowing, staking ou 1f the Icebergs it is hurried by among
cars away a npijrupply
-Gar. Brown coming to the Svaannee but no mention made of the the vast prairies trees falling, tents stretching -
l The Amiens Dirds In a Flutter. teamers.are flanked with it. McKay, the with 300 Majority. report of Alvarez. cabins going up every thing alive, and of native warm water from the great

ffi TheYea1l1er. the great naval constructor, uses many car "There is a tide in the affairs of men Senor Iturbide, the' Mexican Secretary every thing stride awake.' Hurrah for Kan? 4mazuo. Seamen can always tell when fy
It will .recollected that a Whig organ For several days the weatherhas been at the flood leads to fortuneAc. east! 'W or out of the Gulf Stream by dipping the
goes per year of it. It is estimated that which taken on Legation came passenger in the Orizaba. et\"a,11l tap star .empire Jakes land in the .
represented confusion of the Whigs in extremely cool for the reason of the year, alone of Yellow Pine was ." Remember fellow Whigs that, the Brownvillo dates the ICth inst.,'state its way]" water along side.
seventy cargoes Q Undoubtly' this view will be new to some
tbe commencement of the present campaign in fact sometimes almost winter like.1tistobohopedthatthechsne'rUi "Old Man Eloquent" has never yet been defeated that the revolution was progreasing.
used in the Great Republic, A messel iracuaIy readers, but what I have written is from
*vs but the fluttering of the anxious bird bare built Yellow Pine insure for jess king JCtJjT gentleman\ named Gibbons writ !xperience, and was seen while I was TOTng -
before iUeUled upon some important measure. a favorable effect Upon those cities North It was reported that Monterey was in ing from Tulare Lake to the San Joaquin upon the mighty deep. The Gulf

Well ibit 'matter-of-fact of .infected with Yellow Ffi,& put down aa A No. 1, Not only this,.uJs The'Mammoth English lit .er, ,possession of the rebels. Republican, says the, inhabitants of that tream, ,1 repeat, is nothing more or less
for the whfile settled down a ue, fast getting a ".ortd-w de reputation.In lV.find th following description the Eastcrv. The recent storm which wa so destructive region have frequent opportunities of ob- thAn the waters of the great Amazon of
bay upon looking, over the lists' we find that steam Narigttkt Co', .teamer DOW twildfrg in at Galveston, ravaged entire coast Berripgjhe phenomenon in natuce called South 4i rica. I hare crossed it in many
few rotten branches, which, giving way, Oyster of Texas. It.mmencd on the 18th inst, ,
from mills EnIlan4.c Al At a distance of eighteen miles, >Uqv, and for many years hare glided
has precipitatedthem once more in the air Th ese bivalves have again made their appearance .cargoes' : he &oea shipped our "HerUegthblSOfiet (doubt UM length of and lasted four days, destroying propertyto ,the like above: mentioned would appear to thrOng its warm water,always peed to
in town and now be had in to Baltimore New.York, Philadelphia,&ejr immense amount. Several vessels ,almost within stone's times '
where they are erforaing their gyrations may $. Himalaya 83 Act beam and and 68 feet deep I a throw ,aqd have it astern. The most viojeat storms,
on Forsyth lawn Hartford, Providence Beaton and were lost and many persons prshe. .tMatJr had the observers not known the*distance rom whateverquarter come never
Jn ,wore co&fa&km than ever. It is to be any style, at Myer'g new rooms la bold| ,cajeity 10,000 tout regbter| 23,000 .of ( may
three doors.from the corner of Nawnan St. tsjaeighborhood, Portland.Bath, Damaris- eo great & they might have beep induced daring the lange its course or its currentbut it con-
She b to hare
boped that the next settling down will be too builder1 meajpremeat. nertwepgiaei that only three, houses in
weather in the that irresistable
cotta HtHowell,Ellsworth, Baeksport, and which are makicjr :baring four 84 .Inch"eyunderH th.i /exceedingly ht "early part innea to more on in power
upon tLe only safe perch and that the one tftoJ.t at length retwncd at the East feet ttntl: paddle wheel enriaw, place. wer.f stdng. Cotton I, of July, to travel toward i it to slake' ttcir which waagiY n e Beginning
'to vfaich_we hare rar pointed them. : other JoraUUes naklprbr BtoUKaaMll, .baring Star 74-inch cy- The Cae were burning thirst 'Trees fifteen miles off hP\ Power above. of' ;
with and
from the.North a large well selc- 11i have consisted of ship- 141eehtrotJoecUlt.ton. The damaged beyond remedy. '
cargoes linden and ) power I would loom up'so that they could be::en'diatincUy "
-The steamer W 4aka 'arrived on ted atock.of clothing, ,Boots,"Sheet; hate ,Umber, boards for..floors, dimenstoa *tafftr .<*ihe acre*enfinw taking theup at 7. DM.and 45 in'their,natnriaf sira and stale, Zia New York tie5subea4ptin for.ti1reIiefof&ysnnah ,

S submitted, uie ..10reuIa.Ioui Caps, and gen maD"* furnishing .goods. ; railroad eS ttr'csrsfor build! r.volmatlons-4b92 at I2vaIntLos.4,228bOrsea'iaking2,920npmInal.borse hones i 4hs p.441a-wheel engines NewOrleansNcv0rleanj 'J& ke ,J. 'and immediately under, other ,trees, but in bad reached $10,000..
WedDee&y evening : -
) lie,laayao' be tbe .e'.nd.'elept.btore sigs&c.. povir ,steam el 25 Ibi. toto ,- 5- Sept.:; 28.Cqtton an inserted tKwitm,(theft customary ajrpearance -. Baltimore had tuibuc48P0.' : ,
ethtpan.n; delivered: herS SomeVs "blockJi t.tZST he vied, sth&tjb.etul powSr I81flhithteddIflhi4It, previous in similar WuatQD8. b wuav)and Stale' o/Jleogfa
.BaQsri& food srace aDd went -en-ber. ., y-, euuiberofcsrgoca3aobsvegori ezerUd will b*sour time the nominal o Da rates. Te saIeedurin the past two days ". honeiwjtHdng along,in the"tame: inverted' .Z'b Steamsphip. her -

waj$jd>cfa _, Sould the continue to keep Th Cholera making twfol rava-- to the Islands, &,'Jamaica,Cuba IT 12.000 hone." A screw I proposed to,."2 25O0bs1ectY1ottrIsduhlst: 'manner..". Strsngesightv: and .Bcenea- -happen I rom ttarannah ia.laying out ':.tberf qnaraotnMftwojreelaat. I '

on food tehiTior,both'the.aMth public .*.ges mn.Pitteburgh, there* having; fihondrtd O'bfl dartlnlqu <; -Gaudaloupe, "Montierjat,.and feel calculated diameter, w 140 J9. i'and b9U-t'.dI 97,75 per bW.'" Cora is r a ba,that part ,:of the.gtobe"?a$ r'&V*' t 'd \.Fhilwklphia boardvit ,/ -'*"' ...

em It* \Qi W.1i.1. :1'1 ejiUu-u. lgkt,dajft : a to South America ';om.o.1 io Ja tnt 28 t.., 1 O ,. r" -. .- < jierbuijhej. :Whc Uhag. l, .(_., jjucnt. jjj, :t- 'f"-- ,' 1j ..- =



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(I Death of the nt. Rer.Dr. Barron. -"* A Mistake lathe Weight.Andrew JC3T THT CHEST, .Js. Jackioutllle Female DcthocrnrV a11g sem1jrs:

Right! Rev, Edward Barron, who died Wyman.wM !like SIR A9TI.EY COOPER BART., M.D., -. .- iYi1fl.;. 5

at Savannah, on the 12th inst- Was the in ono respect. He bad a great Medical Tea
the eminent Practitioner, hat lefts Depository; I 5
H brother of Sir Henry Winton Barron of growing fat. What added to his In the vatnabZebegaeytetheworiaibhhs _
of Savannah the 2Gti
City on September: Removed to tte N.w Store In IIota*' MISSES xERlcKann"*
k Waterford Ireland. His ecclesiastical aior. on thfc score wss the &ct Great FreventaUve ofConaomptlon rpnE
pf lstofyellowr.vorMrs. MART ANN RYAN,, in Building opse1te Dr."XUIdwlaV.Jacksonville. JL Inform inhabitants of Jackgonvilf **-
ri studies ware made in college of the Propaganda fatlier before he died, attained a the 37th yearcf her age, consort Charles E.Ryan, AirS UJbce. peetfnlly and IU vicinity, the( key intend .pe to ; t
at Rome where he received the decree rotundity which enabled fill and d&ughterp(8amutani JJary Elisabeth Buffington. UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMOXARY Miss. tWAKTNrill rcsttne the. eharg* & InstnetMof
SCHOOL the let *etoUft tag Ue
k'ept hand a&d. !
." this Institution iw the llth of September at la- "IT THERE i* constantly on a large
of Docter of Divinity, A few years tably, the office of alderman, -DISEASES wood, oppeeite the resideae of .Mr. Swart, on W wellsoUcted assortment of / LADIES V* Ipl the braDche* of
after his return to Ireland he emigrated to Andrew stood five feet high NBA Jacksonville the 2nd last, after a long vithout the use vf Medicine. }'.reythstreet English Edocatioo. '

Philadelphia where ho ofliciated as parish stocking and weighed one and severe Illinois which she bore with cnristionfortitade Sir-A. C, Bart, invented anl advucd the see Toms par quarter from $4,00 to 13,00. In DRUGS AITD cHZXCAL f eras, fro. M 00 f3 00 w Quarter. OTIS
% efthe Always received by the Latest arrivals,warraatecl .
priest at St. Marys, and was also President forty-five pounds---a very Mr*. Ellie, wuV of John It. Hogans and 21EDC4TRDFZT1t C2IESTPROTECTOR- traction in Drawing, A&extracharges." fresh and genuine. Also, mental tST branches Young indict extra.from the country (pipfe)e*

of the Theological Seminary, and weight-.within which he had daughter of Daniel Oreo?, of Columbia county, all of all aged and as a |erfttmeiTt, Combs, Brushes, oaps, U accommodated with board,*\ fte how*fU et

Vicar General of the dioccss The Holy to keep himself by the free use of this state. Daring her-Jan; confinement the received rpo X certain persons and a safe shield against eoaditoaa4 consumption Lamps, BurnIng Fluid, Ac.*, ly occupied by Mr. crespo. .. -

See having expressed a desire that two misrBionarici and other acids which are the kind, attention of a numerous circle Bronchitis,Asthma.. Cough, Cold and other' affiictionaof PULASEI HOUSE "wbick will be sold low foreaoh. attended

should be sent to Liberia, ho volunteered minish any tendency to, pinguidity. of friends, who with a devoted husband mourn the Lungs, which aria from the, exposed PALA'FIU E. FLA ,. to.- Country PhjwUns'orders prescriptions solicited sad put punctually up with care ana T1I ..

his services, and together with Andrew was in the habit her state of the chest, according tof hlon, and the RLL
untimely decease, and by whom her remains eontinual of oar climate. and Establishment despeJcft.
changes new pleasant recently '
the John of Jersey cit himself once a fortnight In order -
Revs Kelly
nqw were attended to the final resting place near the "Ibo Protector"is rimply a ehemicnllj prepared up for the aeeommedatioa'of the Traveling TBA5. '?
embarked for Cape Palm. m December cure that he was. not Agent fyi UNL New York Fekia Tea Company urnrvszze -
fur lined with and -
silk which
1841. After a short ttay there, ho visited bounds. Baptist Church, on tho 4lh ink.A from, the neck covers the padded chest,, in to agreeable, impended a PnWic, and vnsnrpateed by any OBJ hitaer- Tea of.&a c(importation, and of 34 yarietiesv from Steam Saw Mill, Corn Mill, 8hlj>sle% -
to establukod b for the roceptioiLo
now open a l4tlb. is. pac\ag al warranted and atextremely Lath and Machine
Rome to report tho prospects of He had been absent. from manner that,once worn, it become ancce-nily and Boarders, saporinUnded by Mrs. M. Zawadikl, low t Wilabu
Sure prices.
missionary success, and was raised to the more than a week, and just stepped llemedy.If a comfort whose earnest care win Be to please an and ever. jfCountry Dealers supplied, by orsl.y. located at East sql of U eilyt ars prepared to,

Episcopal dignity with the title of Vicar the cars into the depot when his you are troubled with a Cold, C'ougbflnare. "The Prelector," although but recent!j introda. one who will call ii Tie"public pntroncge is tee.pectfrtllyeolieite4. Inn accpmpauled with Cash. execute ordett fee *
ness, Bronchitis, or any affection of the Lungs or eel into America is making rapid progress through S. OLINSRI LUMBER SHINGLES AND LATHS,
Apostolic. Set en or eight clergymen accompanied was arrested by an instrument Throat, you are advised to make trial of 8TA- the V'nitcd Stated tho Canadaa, South America, GARDEN A FLOWER SEED, PLANTS Ac, ,
him on his rclunt to Africa, mining the weight.Mechanically BLER'S ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT and the West Indies. It hu fur a bong time sep2d-6m S also slwa, yi kept on band. at Moderate. prices, deliverable Uj\hlwa rf r tot VMACHINE

almost all of worn soon full victims to the he placed himself which is really what it professes to be, a "good been a staple article in England and on the continent Administrator's Notice. July s-tf T. MCMILLAN. shipment. ,* on the street for city ue

climate. Having again visited Rome, he platform, and adjusted the weight medicine." If it were not suth, it wonM noh o of Europo, while it bu crown in many conn- SIX MONTHS from date hereof I wiji apply to NEW SKYLIGHT | CASH,. j
received the decided ajel warm of of tries tte pb< of article of Judge of Probate of Alacfcui\ EFla AppIyo,
aproyal spmo. la ?licla an dress. county,
the advice of his friends transferred the IVJ1Il'1and To his 11 .
by forty-fy 9, tho most calibrated, intelligent and bjgti-minded To demonstrate these facts enquire of any English for a final discharge from the further administration On *premise*
arduous duties of this mission to a Society found this not sufficient. physicians the country, who have been made resident in your vicinity of' bid knowledge of of the Fdtate of Thomas W. Pyles, deem. I uciinit (dallcrg! N. B. Corn ground on tolL at any boar of tke>

of French clergymen devoted expressly to With an air of alarm he acquainted with the recipe from which it is com the beneficial afftwt o( wearing the Protector, SAM'L R. PYLE3, day. July

the salvation of the colored race. pounds *till ineffectual. Imagine pounded, and who say that "It will effect more WITHOUT RECOC8SE TO POCTORISQOf ftfj kind. The August 26, 1831. (aepS-Cin) Administrator ubscriber begs leave to Infirm the citizens CHARLES DifVVALL.Jacktonrillc. .

Since his return to America in 1845 he sternation when the scales fell at good than any of the numerous'preparations with cost of wearing these articles U a more trifle, and Notice. T of Jacksonville and 114 VKinitjr that he still AO'I'jXTgT11t
which tho country i L inundated. An of one will last yearNo one who values the
declined accepting the charge of a diocess, dred and seventy-fire. testimony, such ascanbesbowninfavorofStablcr'sAnodyne array health of himself or his fjuuily will be without ALL PERSONS are hereby cautioned against contum 4 to keepopoi) hi* Fla.
to demote himself to missionary uGood hcavens !" said he to for, or in anr way using, a Bounty NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY
preferring Cherry Expectorant, and STABLsR'S thorn. The Hospitals in this country are not alone QALU !* U& partof tae Comnty attttUl te,
labors which he undertook with great zeal There can't be any mistake about DIARRIKEA CORDIAL, couU never be produced recommending them, but rapidly introducing them.Ilarcourt Land Warrant, No. 11,859, for 160 acres of land, on Forsyth Street, second door west of Dr. Hol- I.) and rwptclfuily sotiijted.

in Philadelphir, afterwards at St. Louis, gained thirty pounds within the unless they were really and truly "good mcdi- liriully & Cg,of London, and Blanches' issued to me nn.dor Act of Congress of September sail land's residence, Good sent to the subfcrjbetQccpainfsIoQ, eiiher -

and more recently various p.irts of Florida. night! I was afraid it would be c mea," Therefore we advise you to make trial of ter, England, were originally entrusted with the Warrant 1350, on the 16th day lost of December, 1351, as Where he U prepared to take pictures in a manner for private or auction disposal, wiHIe q M4y
last ont of
them, with confidence. See descriptive paiupleb, manufacture of the Protectors, by the lamented was my possession sometime not surpassed by any. He. has,spared no expense attended to aM amounts speedily ft>rwarJ i Th
the advice of his he was so with father before
By Physician, my me, to be had of the agents. Price of each; only 50 Dr. Cooper, and continue to uianufinturo according HI the month of January, 13a2, som, whore in fitting up his Rooms, having%splendid Subscriber has been known in this community fig
came northward in July, to escape from rate I shall go beyond him in a few cents per bottle, or nix bottles for S3 50. to AM original instruction, and therefore recommend between Jacksonville and' Black Creek, and I intend reception room for ladies, fitted up in a naat and a number of years as Anetloiieer and ctienrlie.He .-

the effects qf the extreme heat, but returned He entered the"house with an Address to, E.. A. STABLER A Co., thosa who would wear "Tho Protector.," to applying tt the CoutmUsioner' of Pensions for tasteful style, besides bis large fine Skylight, enabling offers no recoramendatknw, bat desire taI Ia.qniries .

prerqaturely. and, reached Savannah tied melancholy upon his face, \ Baltimore, JL ELAGE5TS. sec to their being gcnnine. a duplicate 0-6w thcreoL MARTIN' ENNIS. him to take pictures in groups or singly, in ihoulj, be mad eoncernrBg himsiKCfaiyr

when the yellow fever was raging. Pairing cited the fears of his wife who REMEMBER THIS is A STABLE ARTICLE, END soPATEST sept AyarianteeGuardian's clear or cloudy weather lie feels confident of commercial house at the place of hureddoacc '
forward Dr. IL Bacon. St Muy, fc !iIiCi. .- giving satisfaction to all who may favor him with Since the fire he)m.located &14 store cSl Fortrth.
two wepkg ho devoted himself incessantly to him after his S Pfotice
Thomafc McMillan, .Jacksonville Fla RETAIL PRICES. street the burnt district where his Aortfo* b
4 call. He is thankful for past favors, and hopes en %
IQ afford that consolations of religion to Why, Andrew-Mr. Wyubn Win. Sheffcajie, PaUtka. ila.rt OE\T' FHE, . flSOeach NOTICE is hereby given,that thirty days from to receive a continuance of the same. Those who SIMM is also at present conducted, and want 9

the sick, and at length exhausted w ith fatigue the matter V she asked. 7 No. I7l East Bay, t'h i.leston, S. C. LADIES' do. 1,00 du. I shall apply to. the lion Felix dotyrt want pictures, are respectfully invited to keeps on hand, oa the meet reasonable terms,

was confined to his bed in the house ''Matter enough," he qroaned. BOYS' k MISSES d>. - 75 do.' Lh ingif on, JuIge of Probates of Duval County, call and exAByng his rooms and specimen FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS

pf the Bishop of that diocess. The hurricane ono himdred and beventy-five Give them a Trla'. HAnCOURT.BIUDLJY A CO., fur leave to sell Lot number one in square number July 8-tt M. W. CP.AVE3.J. For Cash and Country Product. '

of the t
succeeded in the woith- I sT
ft portion of the roof, it became necessary or at tho rate of fifteen per foisting upon community Principal Warelion'e, 102 Trend Street Cheapslde for the LcncCt tf said minor. ,
less for them medical I'iibUc.
To the
preparations, claiming great -- -1 AT IX -
transfer him the! house of I should J. B HOWELL. ATTORNEY LAW,
to to a respectable pose go on at U,5s rate, or virtues, that a great many individuals refuse to London, Manufactory. 44 Mmkit Street 2Iancliester -

citizen, where he died, in fifty third pounds a week, in thicq an inth,,. I take any thin,; not santioncd by a phiysuLin England niR25-lm GnsriTJan CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC, TIlE UNDERSIGNED, raceesson to Hcy

year of his age. He was distinguished a perfect monster. I am the most This sanction has been bestowed upon STA TILER'S II B. MCo, arc KblUkng Pipota fur the sbo Notice S ARD J. TIXASCS, No. 3, Uolmea Building;' iave 'j

through life for his urbanity of manners. tunate of men." ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT ant of "The Protettor" in alt! parts tf America. Physiian pug XTiTNTESHIP, under the firm of store and for sale,

purity disinterestedness zeal charity, and "I am don't look DIORRIKEA CORDIAL in more than fire hundred Surgeons, Irng.ists i Ci thiwi1, Dry (GvU"l, A. 1 UNA O, CKNEY A CO, is this day dissolve Commissioner. for. the Atlantic anStqtejf Gulf A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OBMERCHANDIZE
you any ALlimer til
Merchants hatters and Qcntlc'nc.i'9
inatanc Indeed medical who o !. ,
s. many men coltlemcnt of i its affair, br mutual
all the virtues and graces which become a aid Mrs, Wyman.'You don't cntrute1 with the
Furnishing Store-Keepers aro
know virtues ang.5-ly
thqir regularly prescribe the Expectorant asrcemout, devolves WILLIAM MTCNNOt ,
Christian gentleman and an Apostolic pre- your clothes have grown small for in cases of Coughs, Colds, and digeaiHH of irhole'ale and retail distribution of them, end to -> wham all pcrjyis having dtuuands or being indebted Consisting of Dry Goads, Groceries, Provisions,

Jato.A "Whv" no." he: respiratory organs, which come unlor their whom liberal terms arc offered for their enterprise, are referred. McQueen Mcintosh, Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware

solemn Pontilicial 'Mass of Requiem Tll tell you what, Mr. Wyman care. Au'1'in all di--caqs of the bowels, too, such and a tplcndid opportunity opens to them for safe WILLIAM M. TUNNO.R. '. ATTORNEY AT LAW Hats and Capo, Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, aad o(

for the repose of the deceased Bishops will his wife, struck with a sudden as binrhoea Cordial is prescribed by them with the and profitable business. Q.'PINKNEY, Jacksonville E. F. large asrctment oC Bvu'M and Stationery, and alt
utmost confidence in its beneficial effects. Give For terms, apply to1IAUCOUBT Charleston, August 31st, 1851. other articles inik toTthe trade| to which they
be celebrated at the Cathedral didn't have
qn Thursday you sure you your .hese excellent medicines a triaL S,8 doscripi ire BRADLEY.4 CO, Sept 23 invite fki attention of the public, and ask them to.
t next, at 10 o'clock. A funeral oration will your hand when you were weighed Minphlcfii,to be had gratis of the ngcnU. Price 33 Ann Street, New-York, U. S. B* M* Pearson, call a
j 15 delivered after Mass. The clergy and Andrew's face brightened up. only 50 ceuts for each, or s-U bottles for $2,50. fly KOYAL, LETTERS PATCXT. The Subscriber. ATTORNEY AT LAW. elsewhere, M tiy; flatter themeelrM that they

laity are invited to attend.-ba'tinivit.Ca'fholic \Vait a minute," said he. Continues the business heretofore carried on nn- Jacksonville Fla. eisellaabsruyooelz5furcsshorcountrypnslq.s. .
Mirror. lie sped out of the house jjke New Store New Goods THE HYDROJHAGEN, derthQ name of TUNNO, PINCKNEY A CQan -, '' --

-flew to the depot and renewed T itt SuWnbor bau'ingjust returned from the ANTLCOXSUMTIXK ORTTATERPOOF -1 tenders to bb, friends lbs renewal of hi* er-* Felix I.Mngston T. H. BURTON. | M. W.rT OLV ,

The yellowy Fever la Augusta, North, i is now prepared to fnrni-h tha Citizens \ WILLIAM M. TUNNO, N. B. M. \T.GaAVKS wcwlj re;pectfuD

We extract the sul joined paragraphs primeijf.A moment after ho entered of Jacksonville and the sourroundmg Country O o "r Is. Solos* $ept I 2j3 ATTOENEY&COUNCELLOE! AT LAW, inform the public that he still continues (taDAGVERREA1T

with the largest and best assortment of MltCFACTl-RlD BrIIARCOUIIT Jacksonville, E. F, BUSINESS
from the Augusta Constitutionalist of Wed again*, his lace glowing with joy.ou'i Clothing, Furnishing O'chlg, Hats, Cap Umbrella. 15HADLEV & CQ., Jacksonville and AHi ,qto.r. Plaiik Itoad attend to any professional business en ,
Company."JVJ"OTICE WILL door west of Dr. H. D. Holland's residence
"\ e hit it, wife !" he .* Walking Stick to him in the Courts of the Eastern one
nesday: Carpet Big 44 Market-St Mincbcter. i is hereby given that an applicntkia will Jacksonville, July 3, 1954.Joseph .
The Sexton's shows but three weighed myself again, and only Boots, &hoe, Carters, Ac, JLs. Prinrpal hiarc'wuce, 102 Iflzal..trect, Cheap- 1be undo, at the next session of the Genera Circuit, and of the Supreme Courts of Tallahassee.He .
report hundred and brought into East Flori la, win. h he will en- irnadon England. Arnerkai Eetihlis-'a- hu also such an advantageous connection with
forty-three. side, Assembly of the State of Florida, for an amendment -
interments yesterday from Yellow Fever, Mr. Wyman was so elated by davor to ecu so cheap, that the/i>/i/c / Am mint meals, 33 ilnn-Strcef 4102 Xajasau-1recZ, New of the Charter of the above named Company. an able Lawyer at Washington City, as will ensure (Jrice,

one of which occurred ii| Macon, leaving cannot go away unialnfie'I.TTeriiw l'k, V July 293mNOTICCis a prompt and speedy collection of such claims aa
ed state of the that he
but two for the city within the 21 bour case, at -CASH ON DELIVERY. 9HP. Hydroraagen w a vMu-xMo discovery for may be placed in hU hands against the United .COMMISSION AIRCHANT.

ending at 3 P. M.. e.-terd.iy." his wife money enough to purchase J. L.KIPLEY. St protecting the feet froia damp or Call, aud hereby given that an application States. July 35 1rntrsereeex Y.STRICT :

"CocNriL, CHIMBFR Arr.usTJ of a collar" that t-hchad seen at Mr Bay Street 2 doors east (,f Bi bco A Conwa. therefore a preventative "f m ny Lung diacasc, to the next session of the General and prompt attnvxi( given if the ial.

Sept. 2(( 3 o'clock, P. M. the day before. Oct. 7-3t zritiuut Ciif thsiorin r iejalerer. The IyJroni.igen| j ja I A (cm<]iy for an act of incorporation of a Bauk Phillip Fraser. arkea! of .ruduce eulrnsted li lAo care.
-Jt's foi of sole and worn iiisiJo the boot or to be located in Jacksonville all otdc-re with.' fjnly3-ti
u an ill wiud that blows in the m a t tshixs. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. and promj.My eorirpfied
The Board Health repu-t three deaths good."' FROST & BOULTER, Its medicated character U a powerful anti- | ang. 12-3m Jacksonville FI ., Hoe A. Cu'j latent Ground Saws I s
from: Yellow Fc>er during the la'stiM hours, General[ Commission Merchants dote to ilueaao. j Valuable Sea Island Cotton and attend to any profo-iuml bn incs* en rilE' !?nbecl.lsaie 'manufacture, from the best

riz : OXE scarcely knows whether to For fli-ntlemen it will bp found agreciMc, warm 2i! CqrpLsuid for Sale.FOUR WILL to him in the Courts of the M iti-ru i Cast steel, CIRCULAR SAWS, from two
Corole J 42 101 State Street, Boston, Miss., and healthy,to wear in the.coldest or rainiest wcather -| i ha-lies to eighty imhcs indiuueter. Their Saw*
Dr. Finskovrsky. age years ; moral" in the Circuit, and the Sur-rem" Courts ai J.illihu'e'
tho Job'
"point a miles above Bar of
Sf. i i1e
strut and attention to subs j us the fwt cannot become wet if the llydromagen ha ira bsuseie'l 'nd irpereJ, and are ground and.
Poland. pay ;prompt He also siicjj an iftvanfiguout ron.wka r ith
"worsted" tradesman lately 'faken( 1 WILL is inserted. Ladies wear the lightest sole 1 located on the'ri*er, The tracembraces finished <. for the
14 LUMBER, TIMBER, COIfoN rn Julia Cohn, aged years ; Germany. done in in the moat weather with seen hundred and fifty acres, limo LnnIreJ
for. a provincial town irj i iUA Southern 1'roduco. boots or shoes iqclqinciit collet-ti.n .sf -h ci j pcrpot and are, therefore much superior to those'I
a prompt apt speedy sri .tuu rs
Mrs. Cecelia Clayton, aged 2ti years, man SOIKC iix feet three oct 7-tf R. B. BOULTER i iW impunity ; while Consumption, so prevalent aIo'nc of it, or nearly so, first rate hammock land, may be pieced in his l.ands rgslnst (bc ynitel ; tr>und in the usual manner, as {Ley are strength-
Georgia, and of the young of our country, may bo thwarted bythtir > an I it, its original state, with tin exception of State. I cool and sti3cce by iacreaiiio them in thfckaee
height Herculean I july-S
buijd, w about bighty acres cleared, anl Tjell adopted for a
r. WILLIS anted. general adoption. They entirely supersede i ngulttrlf from tee cutting edge ta the centre, eon-
the place of one of the ? orer-shues, as the latter cause thq feet to perspire | crop the canning season. Steamers tie<.ejgjril> is I ccqccntly do not become heated or buckled, and
Secretary pro. torn. It. II. keepers and asked if had ) SALESMAN an.! hook-keeper, warts within fifty yards of the place, in aecgndir.g i
besides pass -
they AGOOI in a unhealthy manner; anti, are not ptodjuc a great saving in tiuibar.
For the past two days, in addition to the *w hirlers'-that is, stockings, j : in a Dry Good ifeinc& Apply dangerous very wear to pedestrians in icy weather, like the river On the premises there is a very superior ATTOHSKY AT I.A1V, They al-o tsanufaitare Cast Steel Mill, Ht andCrcts

forlorn appearance of our city from the ''Mo,1 said the shop-keeper; 'but Florida New office. o. t7-tf india rnVdnr. While the latter cause the feet t'i three-story mansion house, with a basement of July 7 ffetrnannilL, Fia ly Cut Saws, aad 15.Iet\Veb! superior quality -

epidemic we have exjiericnced'i' extremely large, the Hydrjusiigcn, being nine feet Location Health, Water, ami all other all of which they have for sale, or they
prevailing got some famous big and strong White Ieadl White Lead IQOOO appear | natural not to be Title may
gloomy weather, We have been ijt-, a mere thin slice of cork prepared, |culiarly plat t advantages surpassed. Smith & radorl, be obtained of the principal Hardware Menbaniej
very ing as will just suit such a man as Kegs pure White Lead at 8 ccntj Ib. good, and term accommodating.. Apply to Tus-
i per eel inside, does not increase the size of the lnator, ATTORNEY AT L.AWS13CITe3 throughout tie United States and Canada.R. .
with a light but continued rain, which has *. Ix-t's ha'c a look at 'em,' said 2,000 Kegs No. 1 do da at 7 cents per Ib. cause the foot to appear untidy. To Children they lie, Pinckney, A Co, Charleston, S. C, A. T. Bra and HOE A CO,

past a gloom over the stout hearts ol those j The counter was immediately i above farina a beautiful biilliant white sui cr- are extremely valuable, as they may engage in ham, Palatk ; Capt Coxtttcr, steamer Carolina; H CHAHS3Y 29 and 31 Gold Street.

who have rctnaiucd to nurse and attend the with a quantity The working to any now in use. For sale by excrcl-e with comfort and healthy cffcctj. Their uf to the owner, V4 the place. Alligator and Xcicnau'sritte, Ft. l"T Publishers of newspapers who will iwrt

hick, which the pestilence could not pro- selected the aud said JOHN CUMMINS, olo Agent. expense is #o rfight ns to scarce need mention; be- B. HOPKINS. this advertisement three time, with this note, and
largest pair, : 274 Kin* Street, C'iraUtton, F C. Miyport Mill P. 0, WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted
duce. With the eathcr and the u iiidcj, these nlu patronize them will find theiryear- forward us a paper containing the same, wOTb4
present What's the price of them Vu .tdan'r.'I 5 f?* If in any caso tuu: JjcaJ \ roies uni-itusfnc-i ly durlor's bill much diminished thereby. S't. John's Bluff, E. F, September ?, 1354. to them. pain in printing materially purchasing four time*
absence of a larger number of cur resident back SMITH, I H. BRADFOBK,
Tour and it Hill be taken aud all HWHIT.
shillings nincpcncc tory paid.
expenses As the Ilydronwgcn is becoming more known, its A CARD. I the amount of their bill for the advertisement
populatiou, our presents truly a melancholy joinder. Notice to Mariners.C1IANXEL Silo is increasing to an almost incredible cjtcnt. WOULD take tfis! method of informing my Office july-ly at Alligator. Office at NewnansvilleJ. Sec turk, April 22! 18341 ju1y3dea

f.holy apjiearance, Can you cut the feet off them Last year in London, Manchester, Binnirigham, i I friends aul customers and public generally,thasincr

We pot along as well as we could j eslcr- the next query. 1EDLE$ & EXTRAJ.CE TO TOKTSMOCT1I. Liverpool, Gfcisgow, Leeds, Dublin, Parig,Antwerp, I the great fire hi Jacksonville, I have rc-es- Sj. MURDOCH, Jackson) ille Foundry j

day with one coiupo ilui' awl our pru smau.jind "(iii. certainly,' paid the II imburgh, and Burlin, our sales reached 1,732- } tabli Uc-1 in the new building opposite fhe rest- I"I2.3ricinh1 [I
endeavored to 've them all the current 450 pairs of corks Sole?, This year the number | knee of Dr. Baldwin, where I have opened the AND
g "Then Peacock's
just cut them o11', was the Refuge Buoy-Beacons. wlli fir surpass that. j removed his office from apposite thi Buf-
Apothecary Hall with an entire new stock of HAS
' news of interest. This morning we are direction. OFFICIAL information has been received at this i Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as | Drugs and Medirins, Chcraij, Perfumery, Fancy House to his dwelling, on Fonyih-st, WORKS.
vorklng tire, hands, aud present a little .. .No sooner said than done. that the Red S. Vf. Buoy of the Fhiafla on a preventative for Caicus, COLD, BEOSI'IIITIS, Articles, Combs, Brushes, Candies, Garden and nearMra Doggctt's. July 1 '-ly; Subscribers, having made extensive sail

f Letter jpcarance. As long as we have one jp-shears were applied and western side of the Needdlcs Chanel, and the ASTUSIA, and COVIOMPTIOT. loner sent), Burning Fluid, Lnnipwecks and J. valuable improvements in their establish

band left, we will endeavor to issue a half I' ntfH-kingb were footless. Buoy on the southern extremity of the $]>U \ Alts's RUE, pr. pair, 3 j CefTS.Lt Lamp, Paints and Oils, Win-low Glue, Putty,Ac. S* N* Williams, nient, are now prepared to furnishthteam -

sheet daily and a half sheet weekly to our { And what's the of 'em off South-sea Cattle,at the entrance to Ports- PIES' price Harbor have been J and that their liovs' & MUSES do 25 d' -
i Bubscribers.J52 remove I ling, tu bo had at the counter all times, Sundays Jacksonville Flj; .I to 100 honied ;
Country aSked the 'customer with all the are now occupied by Pca.-ock'ii Refuge Buoyj j XoTifn -From the Bet.wl Prices we make a exceptcd. Saw flhllp;
constantly on hand and for sal? a general -
Jabbers and Wholesalers !
liberal allowance to KEEPS
sure iiuagiuable. amis
i very Physicians can have their prescriptions put up ugnr j
The that -assortment of
Albany Express
says as a Price of them MW )' echoed the These Buoy-beacons, which are constructed. of Si, that any storekeeper may make a fine profit on i with are night and day. Ikorse Powers; -'
Rail Koad train was coming towards Troy, cd' merchant surprised beyond are rendered very conspicuous by their large their sale, while they are an article thay may bo jni.r 8-tr THOS. MCMILLAN. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, Grist Mills,
its speed on passing a curve it oral conical frame-work.- id store class of goods, ofthe best selections
at highest the the upright portion, kept any among any and all other machinery used in this country.
suddenly dashed into a dock of pigeons uppn absurdity of question ; upper part of the frame-work Lt terminated For terms aprJy to11ARCOURT C. D. Oak and win sell them lower fer CASH than they can Iron and Ilrasa Casting. -

the track. All of them save one-a shillings and ninepencc, to be sure a triangular glass reflector, which in the Bea BRADLEY 4 CO,, ,. be bought elsewhere in the South. 'V Steamboat, Saw Mill, and other repairing,
"'Four shillings and ninepencc on the Shingles is 20 feet, and in that of the 33 Ann Street, New.York.Iu -- .Tckonvil4 Flo.ffi Country produce taken in exchange, at leberal at short notice.
pure and beautiful ,white one was {not as 14 above the KEEPS constantly on hand a fine ajsortS July 8-ly
claimed the feet water. prices. All from will be
purchase ; never gave 1:3k-: m-ichincJY purchased us
of Putnam
for raising and flying low in a the Circuit Court County, of WATChES JEWEfjtY and FANaiti4CY
fortunate, There is deck round these merit -
a refuge or pUttonn j
and for of : put ia uiieration ia any part of the State, by
shilling sixpence a pair Circuit of Florida.
\\\nefrom\ the locomotive it overtaken Eastern GOODS which he offers for sale cheap Administrator Notice.
was Icrs"' life'-and he laid with a coat and rail about two feet above competent iiyuMpiatj, when desired, and upon
and caught on the centre of the cowcatcher, my surface of the water. Anthony Robin, Executor of the last Will and for cash. OLX ifipnths after date, I will present my accounts reasonable temw.Drawings .

there unable to raise its wings against the inionnt upon the counter. POSITIONS. Testament of Conrad Van DoLica, late of said J j;*Watches Repaired and W-arrentetJ. O and vouchers to the Hon. A. N. Castro, Judge and Estimates furnismed. without

air mute and bewildered its neck C Well,' replied the tradesman County, detod, Complainant.A. of Probates in and for AJachua County and ask tone charge. MOONEY A COOK IN,
rushing The S Vf. of the lies in
rallcn! and fairly outwitted, Buoy-beacon Shingles A. Van Dohlcn and others, the Ueijs and Creditors \\ \\. Grothe, discharged from ihe' further administration of July 8-tf Founders and Machinist
: and head stretched forward, it stood transfixed 3.4 fathoms water, one mile wut-t of the tail of
mutilations aj him 'take them and of said Estate, Defendants. WATCHMAKER AND JEW5LEE, the Estate of Williaia: gtandley, late of said
? and motionless as though converted i Shoal ; its marks being the Red Beacon ou .h IRON WOEK&BIGGS 4
with you ? You've "whirled" uie Point in one with the High Light-notice E. A XT1IOXY ROBINS, Executor ai aforwsid, (In Vie room adjoining the Fosl-offie*)) county, deceased.TH03. FLORIDA
into stone. On tho trairiu its wild R. W. &
went J. PRBVATT Admr. PO
J\. Clod his Bill on the Chancery side of ,
but I'll take good care that neither E and the Middle Needle Ituck in one with having HAVING returned from Europe, again c .
speed and on stood the pigeon in its wing- the probable of jai 14 m WM. S. STANDLE Dea'dN Jer.L.isi1t-Wi, Flo. -
of shall do it Needles Light-bouse, S. E. by E. 1-4 E. this Court, anygesting fauolrcncy begs leave to offer his services to his old }
)ItibS flight, and fourteen niles; were thus my your roguish gang Buoy-beacon on the extremity of the Spit said Estate : It is Ordered,That all persons having friends and the public generally. With his wnansville, Jan. 4th. I'SI.' A RE now prepared execute promptlp enlezTL *

traveled by the tvyain. It was only when is long as I live I" is moored in 22 feet water, (but there is no claims against the said Estate, as Creditors or otherwise experience for the last twenty-six yeqro, as a Dying and Renovating Establishment, for Steam EngineA'; aw Mills, Sugar Mills
This will remind the reader said with the Clerk of and fans, Grist Wills, |{t no Powers, Iron and
between it and the Spit) From this Bea da fio! their claims Watchmaker, he hopes to-give entire satisfaction
he Union Depot at Tr9y was loached and 73
( York-
the and for the said of Putnam *(, near the Court House, Brass Castings, sad evy variety of Machinery.
cute auctioneer, who the inner or eastern Swatchway mark appears this Court, in county to those who wish to have their work done in a -
entered that the pigeon recovering from its posing of a violin after hard between St. Paul's Chapel, and the west on or before the twenty-fifth day January, A.D, workmanlike manner.53f SAVANNAH, GEO. Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw fUI

J,ewlldcrvd enchantment, slightly milled its close-fisted buyer, went on of the large Chalk Pit, bearing N. by E. 1-4 1855. And that this notice be published in some Watches, CIptks, and Jewelry repaired at 73g Established, 1852. 373 Steamboat, and otter repairing. .
/catbers, then trio i.U wings, and finally : ., and the Duck Mill lies in one with PorUdown Newspaper in this Circuit, once a week, until the the shortest notice. July 8-tf llESubscribergratefaltobiapatmonsandfciends They will eontinu the manufacture an4 lpp
.Now gentlemen how much m1 T constantly on hand their variety of Plows Timber Bit
irusted them once more, soared aloft, Tightng N. E. 1-2 E.l5y expiration of said period. for continued fa\orj, yould state that In |
on a cross, piece of the dome. Here it for the Bow ?-how much?-TJI' order of the Light-House Board : Given under lay land at Chambers, this nine THOS. J. HEKPJUCKS. JAMES H. CHSS3 additiusi'M o'uqprqv menU in Dying acquired Carts, Chains, <;, to which they respectfully IIH Wcf
; vile
was soon the oOjcrved of all observers the for the Sow 7"ExpostiilatIon THORNTON A. JENKINS, Sec'y. teenth day of July, A 'D., 1854 To IMauters and lumbermen. by him during bit last visit to England and Scot- paicoyge. jblj S-li jfjJ

was useless. The TBEASCRT DEPARTMENT, [Signed,] WILLIAM A. FORWARD, lIE undersigned having formed acopartnership and, has made arrangements for extending his Holmes .
of its marvelous ride
story having many and the bow, he said, were in Office Light-House Board, Sept. 5 1834. Judge of the Circuit Court qftfie T for the purpose of transacting a business by which he isnowenabledtoDye a great ,
hearers. After an hour or so it sallied Eastern Circuit of FlarIda. GENERAL COMMISSION MERDU&xrT
classes that the former General Merchant Business at er variety of Colors on Silk and Woollen Dresses, ,,
forth in the direction of its home, and was I HEREBY CERTIFY that the above U a true MAGNOLIA E. F thaUo, Ao, which he trusts will generally please all 100 WaaStrtUir.. T.
after all ,
doubtless will often tell in gcont.uu.uepf tcry cheap, For Sale. Sinbacriber copy of the Order on file in my office. would respectful call the attention of an who are who may favor him with their patronage [T 7ILL pay particular attention to tale*of YelVV -

its flight with the locomotive. T lIE would of dispose his property in WITNESS, ray hand and the Seal of office, at the Jcairous of parch-ising cheaply, to their largig and Gentlemen's Garment Dyed, Cleaned or Renovated low Pine Lumber Jre 'flk. aad
Low XFCKED jILESSES.-41 is Jacksoni ille. Court House in Pulotka, this 19th day of July, A. well sclccteJ Stock, consisting in part of as may be require, in th? same superior other SOUTHERN TIMBER awfPttODCCC, ando

Death of an old I'riuter. the Turkish officer, Ainin Bey, Said property consuls of tiro lots and a comfor D.18M. S.OLINSKI, Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware, style p'hlch has generally so much*pleased. his pa- order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.

late visit to this country, dwelling Louse, plcag atly located at the jnly29-6m Clerk of C. C. of Putnam Co. Hats, Cap, GrockeryandGlassware, irons and friends. July7-tf -
The Savannah Republican of Thursday Ladies' Bonnets Bleached and Pressed in .
fashionable end of flay struct, upon an eminence which Dyed, ]
at Medicines
parties Washington, Insolvent Notice Boots sod Shoe*, Drags, ,
be most fashionable Orders from the U.
: a fine view of the river. styles. conn- $. Rockenbangh
says Point Oils
marked that on going into our Iron, Nails, ,
"Mr. John old and Doth lots aria cultivated, as a vegetable and STATE OP FLORIDA, > Window Glass. try punctually attended to. Terms moderate.
Waitl. arj retractable Hardware and Cutlery,
expected to see a9 many" of garden. County of DuraTJOLLY /. J attention to the Provision Bosiuoss. When parcels are sent by steamboat er railroad, casasliCOMMISSION
died in this Particular paid
Printer, city yesterday, ofjaun- ladies but not as much of them.' For terms, which will Lc accomodatUig, ca uirc ANN JONJSS, Administratrix of {hoX flay, Born, Mess Pork, Flour, Bacon, Fish, word should be sent him by letter through the MROHANT."l
dice the seventh member of the llif earl Street. X.T
making {the subjtcribcr on the prcuiitc. Estate of John A. Jones, deced., having filed constantly on hand in lsegequun. poet Office so that he may kwjr where to eaH"forhem. "
craft who boei1 the head in death during July 22-tf C. it!. PICKERING. in o JG"i Ground Arms as the my tities. J Cotton, Rice, Sugar, Lumber, Timber cad
the present kicLly seasoq among us. Mr. of said Estate ; This is' therefore to notify all persons Produce of all kinds purchased.
Waitt was 66 years of age, and was born said when he was thrown from his NOTICE is hereby given that six weeks after having demand nafrl) taid. Estate, to pre. All are invited to call before making purchases other baaed Southern most Produce. Also, Merchandise pur.
Wash Savannah Medical on advantageous terms. $ulyS-tS-
ill to the office in College.
in England, where learned his trade.. during the parade. apply proper gent them, dujy proved ani authenticated, to the elsewhere.
City D. C, fgr the renewal of my Bounty Judge Probates of*aid County of Duval on or N. B -A Urge assortment of Negro Goods,such SESSION 18645.R.D. Copartnership Notice.

Some years since resided he emigrated to Jhi$ country j z- A gentleman traveling in Warrant No. 39,696, for (SO) eighty Acres tofore the first day of March next, when there will as Kerseys, BloLktts, Ac. ARNOLD, M.D.Prof. Theory and Practice mIlE undersigned have this) day formed a CoX -
and latcrly in Savannah, coa- road car lost his hat when in my favor the 10th of June, 1852, and sent bo a pro-rata distribution of the funds belonging to July 8-tf HENDRICKS A CHESS. of Medicine.P. partnership under the firm of MATTHUSS
tinning to the tune of his dearth isle Wm. II. Hamilton as my Agent, which, warrant, the Creditors thereof.
up yo- ment's hesitation he pitched his aid Estate, amongst M.KOIXOCK,M.D. Prof of Otatatne A 0'IUaA, anal will continue the Wholesale cad
ration as compositor in our morning paper through th negligence or villanny of said Witness lay hand, sal the seal of Notice to Mariners.Eeacoz W.O.BOLLOCK,M.D, Prof of Surgery.C. Retail
on which were his name and j 1ai been lost to me, fta I have never re FSEAL.] said Court of Probate, this the FortCarrol PatapSsco Rifer$Id.)
offices. He was at the dote of tho publication Light on ,( .W.WKST.M.D,Prof Medical Chemistry.1LL.BTRDM.M CLOTHING f TAILORING BUSINESS
of the Sun in this city some since it wisely judging that the latter said warrant, nor have I ever transfcrod or 25th day of August A. D., 1654. A Beacon Light has been established in the Patapsco Pmof.MatcriaModiea and The- at the corner of East Bay and Queen street ,
years -
to the return of the former- of the same. to any person whatsoever. FELIX LIVINGSTON. River at the site of Fort Carroll, So Her's rapenties.k Charleston $ C.JfilMATTHTJESSEX- -
a co-partner in the concern. Industrious did, JAMES Q. COOPER Judge of PioWos of Duval County. Point Flats, situated nearly midmay of the River U. MARTIN,M. D, Prof of Institutes of Medicine. -
in habits, and cheerful in deportment, he 'assau county E.F1Aug. 25th 1854sep23.dmNotice. ajig26-Cm between hlawkin'a and Soller's Points. July '5-f. WM.P.O'HARA. ,'

wen many friends among his acquaintances. V. A.33ia.llca.or. HAIIBEId, The Beacon U to the Eastward] afid Northward J. W.HOWARD, M.D., Prof of Anatomy.J. J3T Manufacturing EstallMmient, 36 Pratt
Peace to his ashes." The sum of ono thousand fifth and last instalment of the StoJc of the of the Main Channel,from w ,kK it is distant about B.Bean, M.D., Prof of Pathological Anatomy street, New lark, vndtr UU nyerintendanet./

was placed into the hands of the T Jacksonville and Alligator Plank R<;ad Com fat ofFortytFi and Liberty-ns,} cue-fourth of a mile. ,and Demonstrator Anatoory. 3. MATTBIKMHT. [au ;.S-2am-2n>

JTyTwenty members Congress have State Agricultural Society, by the ,has been called for and U payable *t the office (\Sfiop\TILL on corner dispateh all Jobs in a workmanlike man. The Illuminating eletnto'd Apparatus is of the 5th order, J. J. WEST, M. D, Assistant Demonstrator ofLnatomy. Notice.

been chosen since the passage of the Nebraska turn of Virginia at its recent Treasurer on the first day of October next. Vner.. Plans, Ac, will be furnished free of Catadioptric; b thirty-seven feet (37)) "* -
GEORGE W.CALL, Sec'y. above ordinary low wat r; and may be seen, under 'PIlE flPGULAR Course of LEQTVEZS in tliii in- mIlE undersigned will J beabsenja| $h. Netl
| bill; and if they were to act upon be expended in making an September 23,1854- -m' charge. scpti6-tf ordinary states of the atmosphere, from en elm J. titufion ,;will commence'on the first Monday X from the present time aStil about the has of

that bill, it would have nine votes from description of the insects of the O3.on1: JStoro. vation of 10 feet ahoyo the water, 101-2 nautical in November,and terminate In tHe foHSwing March, October next, when they wJB 're-opes a stock of

them,just the number it had from their j jurious to vegetation Jacksonville Blacksmlthlng:, : or 12 statute miles. Preliminary lectures will be delivered from Monay1. Goods for this market lh the peantim Ut.U
predecessors ; so that there has as yet been awnMAChINE HENRY By' order of the Light-House Board : Ae 16th day of October, until the commencement business will be in' the" hands ofRodawy DonceEs9. *
no lose of congressmen on the Nebraska issue jg g"yp member of Congress SHOP, Lay SItu H.BREWERTON, of the Regular Course,for"which no additional BLOODOftOD BOCSBT

notwithstanding the noise and confu- for the Nebraska bill and who Wi At the former Stand'of Sedgwick, rplJE Subscriber has received a large and plcgantX Captain Corps Enginters. al fee will be required Students have free access Dissolution ol CepartA.nhip.. '
of all kinds Timber Car- assortment of GOODS, of dictent kinds, ce- Baltimore!; .?/<*., August 7, 1834. to the Medical and Surgical Wards of the Savannah VJPTICE u gives tUat UM eoparteenkUi".N
the Pes the for Ploughi ,
of didate before people
MOD oppositionBof F rages, Carte, Chains for Mills, Mill work of Ueeed by himself, and particularly adapted to the lospital. This erteiisiT j charity is under the med- 1. ofLtLt1orQA'wMdhsoived ou _thi
c The best joke we have hoard for yet been defeated ; while three kinds, Sugar Mills, &e.J wants of this section of the country' lie respect Teas! TeastI Teas cal control of Iw'o members Of the Faculty,bgf whom twenty fourth of July,by t>ataal eoneent -

cracked 'against it-one in Missouri and f Particular attention paid to SteamBoat and- fully incites a call from his old customers, and the TEAS of.the very best quality and warranted clinical lectqre are 4 livercd. In addition to this, J. O. BuU r l b kuthorixed >o settle the busineeeif a
a long lie time was by Tillage preach Maine have run again and been Mill reparing. WheclwrighUng done at shor- public geceraUy. Ills stock consists, in part, of JL new importation, and at reduced prices, in hey h.afe ample opportunity for learning practical t .eeoncernl Prompt payment of outetaadiac

er. was preaching on a very sultry home by their constituents!I notice. f;fT" All orders left at the store of S. STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,GROCER- packages from I Ib. to 1-4 Ib.; and from 50 cents medicine at the College* Clinque,which'is. open daiy debts. due the firm is requested: .
day in A email room, and was annoyed Williams wm tie promptly attended to. -'JESrnARDWARE,CUTLERY*,"WOOD AND to 81-60 per pound. Black of the choUeat kinds, to paUeLts. JOHN O.Copartaennip EETaig24t

those who casually dropped >f> after the gu aug J. A. FAR3IAR. CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND aiso Green of the finest quality, at D"uring the past session upwards of two hundred LII. LLES$..

cervices had commenced invariably closing -- SHOES, HATS AND CAPS FANCY : vf.MCMILLAN'S, cases were prescribed for, anaover thirty Sagircal -
ATCI1LI1OR.E'8 HAIR DYE-The. bepi ar- -- *
the door after them. His patience at last JC3T: The barque 'Frqnktin, B tide now in use,for sale by ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS'' aug 2G-3t Apothecary Hall, BaystElyslan cp raooapartormed in the ireaenc.oftbeStndentsII : VTOTICE is hereby given that we fc>ve this daj
sonvili Florida lately put into PERFUMERY Ac Ac At the CUnlqne Materud ibm Anatomical iavestitions -
the .1" entered into copartnership" for the
extreme oppressiveness BURTON OU4VE. purpoe
:.exhausted by Juty29-tf *
and notified. the authorities there All of the above Goods will be sold on as good Cologne. will BO abundantly nppiied.'Tees j Mat sawing and planelng lumbar at,UK Steam Saiir
"of the beat he vociferated to aa offender; T7LEYSIAN COLOGNF at 91 00 quart or riculadon, 95 j Full Course of Lectures,9105 Demonstrator
fugitive slave on board,, IVten is hereby given thstapptlcatiobU1 .tortes as at any house, in this city. per till known as the City Mills, under the en..,
"Friend, I believe if I were preaching i in a to.make search however the slave NOTICE to the next General Assembly of July 22 H E.W.CLA&K. JLJ 62 eta. per pint, and according to quantity.a ,$10 Graduation 930."* -For further information rm and ityle of Butler A KierufiL .
bottle, you would pot the cork in not be found, and is'supposed to State of Florida, -for an amendment of tbe'} jnly8APOTHECARY) HALL. julyS ,address- ,post-paid.-H.L.BYBDMD.: : Dean JOHN O. BUTLBK,
foewporating TownofJacksonvWs. : aug.2-1 m >JACOB B. KIXXUF7.
JC3C" The revenue received bj the Gene caped there. 'aug lS-3m -- ?? UVEBY SXABIE. & / 1 ENUINE LONDON DOCK PORI WINE> j ,; w. : -
Office for the. fiscal : will bo made to rplIE Subscriber is pow prepared to accommodate fjr* .'.- MADERIAWINEi RICHARPSPN
Post Department letter There were 675 deaths in New T NOTICES-APPLICATION for a Charter J_. .bis customtr iu any way, ihape or: manner, ;' FRENCh BRANDY Julia BROKER .AJp .GESIRALCOMMISSION. FACTO
from '
year ending June, was week including 124 from suthoristhgtbeOqq4ructlOft of a Railroad from In first rate style, from splendid horses and ear Expressly tor medical atsep23t M'EHCHANT.ulyS Savannah, Ge1gIa.

postage 84,471228 : newspaper ditto $611533. ,- Key to thp O.orgtsStat l ne, in the dirvoaag rlstes, down to horseback riding.: ? / fAPOTHECARY HAL1UJIALONE u& Office No. 1 Bedle/onft -
there -
Total "P,084 CO. Last year the Philadelphia were 226 .. l9-3m Partie- waited on at any boor of the day ornight. Seaaa4Giss. : tf

amounts were for letters $4,236.792 'and which were from Cholera. C lU'made to any part of the city for persons & TAYLOR, FORT DUNHAM.. NEUFFER, nENDRDTA Co,'
otlce, wWwlsh to take thj stexne -- COMMISSION MCHCHAXTS, -
for Total LVNBB
newspapers $789,245. $5,016,133As MONTHS 'front'date, the undersigned Ad- EYxertlflwifl Ce mad to please.- ,- forthesaleof '
compared,with last year, there U. this CIX mootlxi from date, the nnderdned SIX; of Uifc Estate 6JT iu. B. Cole, de- hIALISS, .a. PAi ( potansoA MKIICHANTS.Gea.genryRFort. I Flour, Qralp and Produce Geoeraliyl'F.
year an increase in the total amount oj k>, Irsor. cLte ; will present daM amounts cad vouchers, to Jury &4f -*; Near- the Boffington Uonaa.. -. IVory tpect/uny solicit coiwgnments of -. '* \ :'T. K. inbam., jrJyS t 'iCONDICT If

a68,522: Tb. excesV from letters this7ert ceiKx), will present final account and luTITon.J/odge of Piiibate for Putnam connty for i.e. .
kit the iloD.Judge f Probate for Putnam ; and will at th same; time uk to be ,NotlcVPPLICATIOK *."- --I '1LibrftJ5adYPJteeiinsdL. Refer to *- TE. S Notice. '- .7SNN12f OS ft Co..

er is246,4Z.wbilthede- iettt ,neot, aM at the tame time, trill a d1sehargedssuuh AdminUtrator. wRite made to Utf next Oen- T:BROCK, Philadelphia, milE HON. FELIX LIVINGSTON ismyanJ. SADLERV. COACU. HARDWARE,*t.
the >amount received from new dioharg4 w inch administrator. S. GLINSKI, jeral Assembly for amendment to the Char E. T.-RICUARDSON, do., tborized agent during my absence from the Xo. 165 }Jestiag Street,

Sept 3Wm MELTON IIAYJJES, falatka, Aujmt 7, '51. /c/min istrator. ter of the Florida Railroad Company. (JaIjr2tKfot julyS-tf T. I;. LUCTOIAN, Jaci uville,Fla State. .U(juIy-tf' ] B. X. PzAr.dQ. \\d\ ]$ ClarlcaAni,5jj.

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-It Qam ., S. & E. M 'Gilbert, -4SayaunakMedl al College. Illc. ,F.QB Jrj it CHARLESTON v. 8.Mall AND FUIlIB!.'.

Orange and fit Lacit.J"Tuesday April aa4 bRA.y SESSION 1854S.LD..AaothkD.ProtTbeor7. UDAcHiNE .ab Steamers

Pitaaa ". U 40' doAprU.MMowlay 'XAfACR CAR and PratU CABLOICTA'.ACT PLoRr '
Sumter/ ";4' ;: ';.' ia ApHL4U cfMedkin, -. W0RKS.

Marion '. .. .. 4o 44 April. Sired, RIGESaUfor4 P.M.Koitort.M.D. Pint of Obstetric< Subscribers, tensive and THBOPoiTro FAXATKA M.24--o; HOCM.:

Alack, let 4e .e 1Ia,. .O.Stock'i* a Oe, W.G.BCLIOC*,'M.D,Prof of Surgery. TUB_ ." :improvement la their establishment THE CAROLINA will leave
Oolmmbia, ? 21 4i 4o Xa,. reqMded to O us, a* "'use C.W.WasT,M.D,Prof Medical Chemistry.IILBTRDM.MPrefiM.rihtedlOUdThe. are now prepared to farniah- C1IABLESTOS
a o every Saturday,at 3 P.)l. RetaraiBr
to n will
Naataa ''W MIdaMtoN4tJa.a4t' May.Duval leave
Ii price f
: Steam Engine of from
a any power PALATKA eter.UDffd.1,7 A.Jl.
/ 4\1i'o' do May. PICOLATA

fit John*, 14 do .w I. nW My a f bq"o'eetaUiehmeit July a 8tfCariage .B., uMnTu- ,M. P, rr.' :of Institute*of Medici Ito"SawMills 100 horses; 10 THE A. M.FLORIDA and JACKSON will lest V ILLE CHARLKSTOX 3 A.M. .

t FALL ?1t*. **. Sugar Mllli: erery -
Tuesday at 3 P. M
Orange and St.L ei*, U Tuesday before th* Itt ,Harness Depository., J.W.Howiaft, X.D.Prof of Anatomy. florae. Power. ; PALATLA,,80'efnek. A.M.Returning BLACK. wilt leave

Monday la Kovember.Fatnaa 1.B.Ritz,, K.D, PeeL oC Pathological Anatomy Grist Mill, 3 P. M, and CREEK
Lat Tuesday before the Itt Moafey U ,AT TEX WRITS HOUS1, ,aid Demonetratorof Anatomy : and all other machinery used tn toil country. These Steamer lACKSO'fLLE.l'rid.J.JA.JL
connect with
Keveniber.fiumUr If 8o th.WetCorMf fKEETINO J. J..WIST- M. D, Assistant. Demonttrator. ofAaatomy. Iron mod Brmsa Casting, Stages of East Florida and all the fateriur

.4th Moaday ia Veveaher.Marioa aad WElo.n'BTmTETf, fry Steamboat,.Saw MilL and other repairing with the New York connect I wa"
lit' *a December I THE REGULAR Conn Lxcrrata ia this in- at short notice. 10..1 Wilmington Boat Ste.miJaipCarvlina Railroads
CAJIZAGRE of. **,*4 th*lowest wiUeorameao tile first ; .,
AIichss It 4o. Deee r.n on Monday o tZtT All machiaeoy purchased from us will to Passage from Charleston to ifj
Colli"" hi'Oeemher.StJokea pri e* arway* e* haM. ad ao artidIlOI. except ia November,and terminate in tb*following March. pat'in operation in any part of the Mate, by Pfeolat andralalka.tlO.J Ju18olll"'l1el8. ea

1Ja. to BONaber. :,M* M use be wrr nUd fa th* fUJe. by Preliminary lecture will be delivered from'.Mon competent machinists when desired, '.and upon For further particulars apply to
Dual M 4* ia OISSV. day the 16th day of October, until the commence.-. reasonable term I J.\'.

Sum Cevar-WuiiBe Circmit. Whilden inset of the Regular Conne for which no additional Drawing,.and ,Estimate run d..,without UELLECIUeaE CALbWELL A FISEQAN CharlcsU, ,
,, al fee win be required. Student have free access charge. C MOONEY OOOKIN, , .e&hiusIi to the Medic and Surgical Ward ef th*Savannah July 8-tf Founders and Machinist Jacksonville
R.11. REID Palatka.
II .. II Ap. and Hospital. This extensive charity is under the medical _
J. .' H to to April.April. lam Gib. filao.. Et-B Ship lerr, control oftwo member of the faculty, by whoa FLORIDA mOIl WO. STEAM COMMUNICATION ,
If. 60 M <*i,
Wak.., let clinical lecture are deli*ered. In addition to this Y lL.W.BIGGS&Vo. E IKTWECX
Charletto S. C.eewtawtlyftireele .
oppotiv P.and M. Be**, ,
THE "BUFPINGTON] HOUSE"i Leon I. to 4prt.toMareh.
rl they have ample opportunity for learning practical Jjrksonrille, Fla. Savannah and Florida
Oa4sdn, ret 4* a aeanrtH medicine at the College Clmque which is open daily to execute orders *
Hamilton o L -t d PaIMI sed Oils at all leds WiMo" ARE prepared promptlp and
4 to p.tistw.Bering FZ .rTilE new elegant Steam-
Steam Saw Mills *
Engines MHla r
Ja.o onv.111.e F1.or:1d.a 51_ sad leW, tr,*.. Tarpeatie, Camvkene, ?
WftL -. the past Mmton upward of two hundred and Pans Grist Mills Horse Powers Iron and packet St. T011XS, JABI*
Spirit 41. TallOw, Q ria *to 4*, Cold*(*. Chain fur >BEkBoB.t, will Jean Savannah
MadiMoc, 11 Moa4y to KormWr.Jsfereoa case were prescribed aid o\r thirty Sugircal Braw Castings and variety of Machinery. every Thursday
t opened during the present Sonnner, prepared to receive and acocn"modate I 24 da to Vowember.WaktUa !*-i*, Cotton Foot e. Tut area. .Ol.e, Packing operations preformed in the presence of the otudeat Casting, Forging and every Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill morning at 10 o'clock for Palalka' touching at all

1-1.8 Transient and Permanent Boarden. lit 4o to Voroarter. Tard.a42ra eefvarioekia
i Leo, M .J ill 0. ., ABBOTT 4 CO. ( will be abundantly snpplied. Fes: Matriculation Th y will continue the mcrmfirtnre and keep This butt h.v been buIlt expressly for this trade;
to Ootoeev.lanul 13W. Full Course of '105 De- ba large and airy etate-rnon
QaW. lit do ; Lectures ; constantly on hand, }heir variety of Plow*, Timber accommodation for
MAGNOLIA HOTEL PLANTERS HOTEL I o.,4th 4i iaVeveaew, Ne. N 1-3.y> ( PP<*U* fr*4c*'. JrW./) nKestrator 110; Graduation t JO. For further iafomalioa. Carte Chains Ac, to which they respectfully invite pwnjrers. and taking the inland root present

STATI Cotrir-Sotiher* Cirtmt.raiv Chartostos, S. C. ,address pott-paid patronage. July 8-ly superior accommodation* for invalid and other

On the St. John River CHARLISTOV, f. t.JA DMJIIro M _fl! H. L. BYRD K.B., D. TbLi boat will Ies\e Jacksonville, on her return
nan. To tio Publio.TH'E to Savannah etery Su..JaYIIJ JIK, at 3 o' bt.
,. TJjcDtE CHARGE or CAPT. 0. J. MCRRT. TIlE Uudenigned world retpectrmlry i SPIRIT ASS Alfl CAMPBETE and *
DJfuc enoTatltig EatabtlDta.ent.n Ftor
:_:Corm his friends and the Pablio0..1Iy.t"t Cpt -
of rW the
1 i*a nw House recently opened for the ae- lit if. ia wiI. every description same. Trnear tW Court Horn UNDERSIGNED lInn on board toCLAGJIORN
THIS he ha* lead that extensiv aDd wall know eetabliehupent Heraaado, o*Jay April. snores! to or
: of Boarder and visitors from th* 2d in ALMMagliih SAVANNAH ( No. 3 Holmes' have in A Cl
the PLANTERS HOTEL an* is XUIsboroagb Moaday April. EO. Building XKINGIIAil.Se,'
p worth during the ensneing and future season. now ready for the reception of visitors It* *Kgfbl Monroe lit Monday ia May. and American White Lead, Paints 73.3' Established, 152. 73 store and for M!., B1SBEU A CAIOVA, Jacksonville.

Iii.i stnated immediately Jacksonville on the St.Johu'eRtver, location being convenient to all tb. busiD.eelocalitie VAU. Thu.L.vy ft Ttry kind Linseed and Sperm A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OFMERCHANDIZE juy8-tf! : '!T.1 TEASlJALE, Palafia.
*>ooo.t2S mile from and a short distance brTibrgrat fultohispatrftnfl and friend
from the mouth(Black Creek, and i* most ,, will commend it to those who viit the Id Mondry in October july 8 OJ, Glues Putty, .. tfWM. rHSS ctMtiaued favors woald state that,inaddiSon 1rcPldt.1cja: : T.i.itriTe.CARRYING .

favorably located and conveniently fitted for the city on business, and no exertion or expeas will Henando, 3d Moaday to October. ) te the improt emeats in Dyiag acquiredby ,
. parpoke mentioned. Arrangements are up made for be spared by the Proprietor to promote the eon- Hilbboroagk, lit Moeday 1 ia Kovember. M. LAWTON A CO. hi. during ht it lat visit to Xaglaa .and Scotland .- Consisting of Dry GOlot, Grweri. Pro-visions, Till: U. 8. MAIL
i fort aad convenience of his gnest*, and render his Monroe IK do in December. FACTORS ANDCOKXISBIOH Hardware ant Cutlery, fro.kery and Ol-wware, BETWKE*
' the aojommodatioa of ixty boarders and already has nvie arranfft nerrU for extending his
house in every, worthy of the public patroaege lIst and Cars, BUts an.1 1 Sboe, vlJIery: and a PalAtka Fla. and Jhraimab Oea
. ee.ronsiiitur,hive availed themselves a lo- STaTE COURT Wttiem Circuit. KEBCEAVTS, enBtei by which he ia now enabled to Dye a greater ,
and He ia to add that be f hooks and anj all
t..tioa&tths "Magnolia. The House isconvenientto I support. pleaded hum So. 13 Souther variety of Colon on Silk and Woollen Dreese, large sortnint<> Stationery, (Inside all the )
Whvrf vny
secured tb. services, aa Book keeper of Mr. J. W. nine "*... ether articles suited to the trade; to which they
a fine Mineral Spring, and boat and are Shall*, Ac which he trust will generally plea** all Vim
Ckarleeta S.C. rirolata. IllacL
4 Lamkin, so long and favorably known to the tra Franklin, Monday in April. invite the attention of the public, aDd ask them to Creek and Jafko-
J kept for the purpose ofg&ng: thither. The piopri.W .- Wm. M. Lawson I Wai. M who may favor him with their patronage.Gestl.ursn'e .oln.nlf', Fla. afld St.
veiling community of this and the adjacent State. : Calhoun, 4th do in ApriL I call and examine their Ito k before pnn hixntrelgewhrre Mary.Itrnii-
-. t respectfully invitee strangers and citizens to j\fly 8-3m O. W. BOMAR. Jackson lit do in May. R. Wararukt Bacon r Joseph T. DUt Garment Dyed Cleaned or Reao- as they flatter themteivei that they ewlek,and DarIen Ceo.
F 'drop in" or sojourn at the Magnolia House in winter julyS tf ntH M may be required in the earn superior I[
- WMhington,3d do in May. can sell! an low as else, for each or countrv TIIEMwnnrwket
t or summer,and thus afford him an opportunity Oran.go style which ha generally to much plad his paten anyone ,- 9. '. WFLAKA,
3Z"11&T after 3d K. '
; their comfort whkh it Tuesday Monday produce Capt X KMO, leave Palatka
4 devoting that attention to N. JL Cohen & Chen and fri* : will live himself and the able superintendent eo HOTEl Walton 4th Monday in May. med D..i" .' Bonnets Dyed, Bleached ani Pressed ia 1 T. H. BURTON. I M. W. GRAVES, every M.D
: raach pleasure to mc&ifeH. E public are mfor.ael that the above Hotel Santa Rosa 1st Monday in June. rl'.rhro th* men fashionable tyler. Orders from the conn- rN.. n.-M. V? GIUTM would reipect/ully Arrives at Jatktmnt ill* same evening, and
J- A. SUMMERLIN. Escambia 2d do in June. FOREIGN A\D DOMESTIC inform the that he still continue the leaves Tuwdjy morning at o'clock
I. July has been leased irom I>r IURGAH ani no try paactually attended to. Term moderate- public touching at

f painet trill be spared to render the time agreeable FALL T*... Dry GOOCl9 When panels ere sent by .tumloOa1 or railroad I DAGUERREAN BUSINESS, the intermediate jU-e above
.1, :.1 t It Charleston, S. C. with a -nil. A new lia'hitig House has been erected Calhoun, Thursday after 4th Moouay to Kovember.Jacknon Jfo. 175 Eut-B.", CbarUtton S. C. Port OLe so that h* may know where to call for j one door west of Dr. H D. Holland's residence. Creek, $8 00

::1 i S BKDOCTIOW lit PRICE: at the Spring for the tjcominodatum of those 2d Monday in No ember. Nathan A. Cohen. I Leopold Cohen them. Jacksonville, July 8, 1854 Through fare from Jan' il>, 6 00

.t nndersigned having leased this Hotel, who may desire to bath in line the/fncst/ Sulphur Washington Tuesday after 1st Moaday to Fov. jut, 8 \f' juU B ALEXANDER GALLOWAY.W. run Through tkket .are furnished from Jacksonville
..' f BTIIiJ in King Street, solicit from the travel Sprin in the Country. The."ation is remark' Holmes, 1st Monday in November. to Charle'ton for -SCO

" ling public a shire of patronage. Board, 91,50 abe for heMt, nut turpa cued in the State. Beautiful Walton 4th do in October. Fraser & Thompson, E. Buker SlfBINk.ri: .Eill Mlll.H LV The TVELAKA rennet with oem of the
:I per day; sinile dinner 60 cts. only. high |inn Uuds free f'.m'Mi nnoyance of infects Santa Rosa, 3d do in October.Escambia FACTORS AND New York and Philadelphia Steamships from Sa
:: : July 8-6m JAMES M. IIERST. e'paotally: Mofquitoe Can accommodate 2d do in October. SnIP BROKER AND GENERAL COIIrRrgr rannah etery Wednesday

one hundred .ons 25 miles from Pilatka. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, COMMISSION MFJRCIIANT. f R. K. DUKE Palatka.AGFHTJI .
t per only UIIITID STATES DISTRICT COURT. North Steam Saw Mill, Com .Mill. Shingle,
CHAHMiSTOX HOTEL, J. J. DICK1MJ.N Proprietor Adger'i Wharf .V WSBEE CANOVA. .
Liath and l'Jahllll
i It D. )MIXER sept. C9.1334-tMAGNOLIA Northern Dittrict.7allahan Charleston S. C. jnly 8 SarannahGeo. _tI ; Machines f S. M, LAtFITEAU. Savannah.
MID'K B. rA8ia | PAUL s. THOVPRO located at E* t end of the city, are prepared to
; ani Street
.1 s Corner of Moet'ng llayiie *, e, bt Monday in January. FORT & It'NILM, FOR ENTE1IPRIt4E
;. Jaly8 CII'Jrlt Florida KINSMAN FACTORS AND LUMBER. SHINGLES. AND And all thcintermeiliatt Landing the
Pensacola let do in March. I on
1 L PAVILION HOTEL, SUBSCRIBER has just completed the 117 King Street COMMISSION .
" U. L. BUTTEKFIELD, BTHE hour e, fitting it up in the most comturtable St. Augustine 1st do ia April. 0 ht* In atare an Immense clock' of Savannah (etJ. moderate price., deliverable on their wharf for HT.JOHNS HI VCR.ffftff .

. Corner of Meeting an 1 Ha eS-sta. .t.le. aid will u.e every exertion to please Southern District. WINDOW SHADES Henry R. Fort. | T. K. Dunham. shij uaent, or IIn the street for city use. ..A TIlE Steamer Darling

1 jaJ-8 CkrlttonS C. tl all that may favor him with their patronage. Admiralty Court sit at Key Wait; alway ia section. which h* is now ofieriog at price each a* to prevent IW-Terms t\SII..J1 hflaf i*- Capt J Croik, will leave Jacksonville

' Particular attention paid to Invalid great inducements to customers.ALSO JOHN r.KTARDSON.FACTORS Apply I to, E. A. DECOTTE., every Saturday morning, at 8 oMock, arriving -

a MILLS HOUSI:. A. COY, On the premises. nt 1'alatka fame diy,-leaving PaUtka at 5
T .p TIIOSAS S. NIClvERSON, Comer Ocean and Monroe-streets. LIST OF OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. Lae and Muslin Certains, Satin DeLanee Dlm- Savannah. (Jeor ria.Utt N. B. Corn ground on toll, at any hour of the o'clock Monday Morning in nnetton with tie

; ;;'Z Corner og Meeting and Quern Streets Jacksonville July 8. IS54.' > lf Governor, JAMES E. BROOMS arts, Ao, all! at a great bargain. jaly8-tf I j.a J\'o. I Utdlefarft liuil
1'art} :.ly3 Charleston, S.C. tf Oood Stabling for Horse J Secretary of State, F. L. VILLIPKJU1. S. G. COURTENAY, CILMILES: JhWAUIoo leave Enterjiriso at 5 o'dok TcexUy ruornin-; ,

_ _ _ _ Comptroller T. W. BREVARD, BOOKS STATIONERY AND CHEAP YORK. and PaUtka at 8 ('clOI'k TVe>Inc,Jay morning: and
Treaaurer.C. H. AUSTIN. .A.UOTXOD-l I+ n. arrive at JackM>nvill. jjme

1 Attorney General U. D. PAPT. I'UIiUCATIONS. JuckmnriUe. Fla. djy.A.. il. REED,

I: Businessgi ittctot.I .1 Business Iircc.tor. Supreme Court Judge july3 Ko. 3 Broad Street Charleston,! C. tf 4, Holmes, SALES in any part of the County attnded toe Agent at Jacksonville.

Thomas Balttell Ciief Justice, ThMe.C. AGNEW. FIShIER & HOXIE. GENERAL COMMISSION MEHDHAKT, respectfully colicitcd.Gooiln R. R RKID,
I I sent to the subocribcr cominiiinn either july 7-tf Agent at Palatka.
II Dnpont, A so iate Justice, Quine,. FACTORS AND COMMISSION: MER- 100 Wa.'l Strut, N. T."IT on ,
I CROCI2RIKS AXD VROVISIOXS.GROCERIES R. DORMAX, Thorn Douglas, Associate Justice, Jacksonville CHANTS. for private or auctirn di-oxtil i will bo quirklyattended STEAMER
TILL attention tlal""nr Yelr'
psrpirticulrtr '
to anll'm..un forwarded The
.. U. iOW1LL. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Circuit Judge. Accommodation Wharf C/tarlf'to.f>.C. \'r'low Pille lumr, Live Oak sal, Sub-criber has been known; in this community for 1ci.ittt: E'1cziiiiit.tIrerutii .
Western J J. Marianne.Middle
Office i, Fiuley, .
on Bav-St.
i PROVISIONS, WINES, J. w. Biker, Tallabasi W. O. RANCUOFT A Co.. to order for punhtting MERCHANDISE.July PRODUCE. and .1 a nnm'-ercf year rerorairenddtions* Il? Auctioneer and otherwise i: THIS Steamer which has

11 SEGARS, PHYSICIANS.H. Eastern, W. A. Forward Palatka. NET CASH JOBI1ING Hot1I1J 7-tf ,, He offers no !, but desire* that inquiries [ .jeen put in condition for effective
fh/mld be made himself of I
:_t Corner of Newnan ant ryth-streeU. ,, Southern, Thomas E. King Key Wet No 253 A 255 King Street. concerning any 'I striKe, is now prepared to rmume her regular bu-
commercial h.u.'e the
at of hi.-
D. HOLLAND I.b.-e )t'e. { *WM the St. Johns in the
S Solicitors ofthe Circuit. S,C. S. U I on lowing of veweU! ,
! Charluton Ilockenbuugh:
; Since the fire he has boated hid store Fur
IM CAPCLLA.GROCERIES. Office on Ncwnan Street. on "ytb ) rafts, Ac, performing OUch other rvice M
J J$ PROVISIONS Western James M.Landram Milton, GENERAL street on the burnt ,district where his Auction bn be
. Mi '!nr! is lObo at present conducted. and where be
.7 Da- et.t A. S. HALDWIBf Eastern, James M. Baker Alligator. WHOLESALE CLOTHING nCn.\ T. I KncagenicnO nxiy be at any time entered into
HOUSE keep on hind i>n the meet r-on.t.Ie terms,
ll2l'eorISfreetN. Y.CAREFUL \ with the in of
Office Cnj.Uin eb..rgo her at atwhuh
on Uay-Stroct. point
Southern Henry D.Kendrick Tampa, No. 143 East I any
/ attention will she be the
>e given to sales of I I nay DloOn rate, or with her prorriet..r.
GROCEIUES PROVISIONS &C- County: Otticers. July 8 Charleston S.C. tf For CusA anil ('wintry Prmlncf.My .
[ DRUGS AND MIDICIMM. Vy Cotton, RiSngr, Lumber Timber aadother (j ljS-U) CHARLES WILLEY.
Xcwnan-Sfreet. (First name, Judge of Probate; sezonlnnme, Clerk WARDLAW WALKER & BURNSIDE 'Utbern ful'e. Also, M r<.hin line purchased 8-tf CII *RLES DiWALL-
of Circuit Court third name,Sheriff fourth 8"me- ,
on meet advantageous terms julJ'9trJoseph GREAT MAIL ROTE
; : Cotton Factors and
.JI J.SANTO, whenever it occurs-Tax Assessor and Collector) *
McMillcn Ba '-Strcc-t. i (irice
Korth Atlantic TTOHXfXl
i4 Kay trc.t.Jf __ I Escambia, Charles M. Jordan, Peus '- la. julyS Charletton S.C. tfCHAFEE. JKf m
.. u. n. IIA%II.'II. F.M. Mann, C'< MISSION > C'lIAXT Through Fare from Charleston: to WtImDtoa: 8 19

t GROCERIES & PROVISIONS SASH, M1LLLS.Perkly Santa ROM John Chvn, Milton. ST. AMAND & CROFT. 35 Water Street, N. T. AND Wilmington tG tltincore, - 1200

C, BLINDS & DOORS, Parkhuret, & Co., Jacksonville.MECKLLXBERGII 'v. J. Stokes, WINES, L,1QUORS SEGARB TOBACCO STRICT and prompt attc.'Dtionl ven to the sate Commissions for tk" Atlantic and Gulf Wilu.irgton to Philadelphia, - 14 M

I' Ray Stred."MERCHANDISE.. Ipaiah Cobb.jr. Ac. arthlrs of produce entrusted f' his rare, I States. Wilmington to Sw York - (09
i 11 MILLS. Walton Daniel MoLeod, Euchfl nn.. jl11y8o.. 179 East Bay, Charleston Ctf and all or lers prorntlly, tompliel with [jnlyS-tf eng S-ly Wit a choice of route between Weldob and Eal-
Blackwood & Taylor Jackponville. Gile : timore.
; Bowers n. ESSEN. Hoe A l O'8 Patent Ground San.
H Jfiell C. 1Iunroe.Ie : THE Subscriber* msnufntnre from the hoot 'ilr\tH'Ul .Udrw"jh I M O TRAINS will leave too South Carolina
lsnlC: CAXOVA CAROLINA MILLS. Holaaen A. U. Brownell CerroQordo. DEALERS IN (GROCERIES LIQUORS J. Cast Steel CIRCrLAR SAWS, from two I JL Railroad Depot, Lone street Chirleton,

nt! DEALERS IN HRA (jOO(. GROCE Kelly & Co., Jackponvillc.FLORIDA I M. H. Stanley SEGARS. Ac. iavbes to eighty in
flIES ASH PROVISIOFS, R. R. God ton. .4 jutS No. 139 East Bay Charleston tf are hardened and tempere, and are Rl'llUnlInd Jacki"Jl dIt:! E. F. NorthC.irulic.iat3 .\ M and 2 PM Pa.cngtr*

t Commisbiun ani I'urwartiingWharf of MILLS. Washington Washington Tabor Vsrnon.G. nuhed by machinery designed eipre cly for the by the!ec 'nd train will tnr el over the TViimitn-

t. teavaiiuah Mtramcn. :! Fairbanks & Co., Jacksonville. Worthington I' P. M. COHEN A Co.. purpose, and are, therefore much" -erior to those I l lit >iATldRNEY. Icarson ton sail 11.-. hector Riilrorfil iy dayhgbt ct Vuniingttii -

Hiy-Ftrttt John A. Tabor.It DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, ground in the n aal manner, III they u. rtrengthne two tr."are paUhed at 6 A M and 3
PALMETTO MILLS. Jackson, J. B. R->uIIv, Mariann Ac.. Ac.jnly3
, BURTON # GRAVES 11. fc'ollcc JacksonTJllc.PIKENIX ,John W. Power ,. Ko. 29 Hayne Street Chart..tonS C. tf.S. regularly from the cutting edge to the centre, consequently Jacksonville Fla.Fc North Carolina with the Seaboard and Roanoke

.% Suoi8snrs of 11 Tiounus James Griffin, do not become heated or buckled and Riilroad to Norfolk, then e by steamer to Baltimore -

r gl DRY GOODS. GRtlCERIES) PROVI MILLS. Jesse M. CIJrlr.Ie S. FARRARBROTHERS.. produce a great raving in timber. > \ Jirin ston ;ani both trains cons ting at Wetdon wit

j SIONS. Ac, Stephens & Foster, Jacksonville. Calhoun Elias Bran<-. Aspen Grove. DEALERS IN COFFEE GROCERIES They also manufacture C,.t Steel Mill, Pit and the Offer ronte through Pet..b&l1t.Richmond aid

!t4; 7/rfmt's Rmr, Day-ftrcet. James H Parker '- Ac. Cross Cut Sawn, and Billet Webs, superior quality ATTOHITEY&COUITCELLOE' AT LAW, \T.ithmgton. At Bjltimorobotb lines connect with

CLIFTON MILLS: Thomas J. Land, Comer East By and CumberlandCftarUiton -?!*. all of which they have for sale, or they may Jacksonville E. .., the lines to Philadelphia and New York.
: tq H. I:. IIOI"II S. Taylor, Richardson & Co., Jacksonville. Franklin Thomas J. Epp*% Apalaohioola. ja1,8 S.C tf be obtained of the pnm-ipal Hardware Merchant WILL attend to any professional business en Public are pertl'uIJy informeR that there !Ji.! *.
I DRY GOODS, iKOCLKIES.: PROVI- Samuel W.Spencer, throughout the United States and Cwnmla. I t to him in the Court of the Eastern are in fine roto condition, the Can are under the

,J ions, Crockery, Hanln-are., Boots SPRINGFIELD MILLS.E. C. Tbiffpen, NEUFFER. HENDRIX Co., R HOE A CO., Circuit, and of the Supreme Courts Tallahassee. manngementoftrtiftyand experienced Condaeton

.4 and Shut-s. Clutlun, .C., .., A. DcCOTTES, Jack. nville. Gadsden E. C. Love Qniney. COMMISSION MERCHANTS 29 and 31 Gold Street. lIe has also such an advantageous connection withan and the steamers from Norfolk to Baltimore are
R. C. Lester for the sale of 17 Publishers of newspaper who will im> rt able Lawyer W". >ngt('n City, as will ensure navigated by able and pcricniel commanders,
3 MOODY'S MILLS.P. 8- B. Love, Flour Grain and Produce Generally this advertisement three times, with this note, and I. a prompt an,1 speedy collection of such claims as thereby,securing! both safety and deitpatth

h1 hl.E.W.Cl.ARK. Moody,Jacksonville. James M.Smitla.II Jay8 Charleston, SC. tfCONDICT forward ns a paper containing the same, will be may be placed in his hands against the ImtedStates. Through PuGWiccn and their hagjcse win W

4 DRY GOODS, GROCEU1ES, PROVI- Leon D. W. Gwynn, pain in printing materials,by purchasingfourtimes july tent from one Depot to the other, free of charge

: uion' and pcncral Ierchandise..t BELLECIIASSE & FINEGAN'S MILLS H.Archer jr. JENNINGS A CoADLERY. ., the amount of their bill for the advertisement along the route.

'l Jiay-Strett. & Fincgan, JackeonTilIe. H. T. Blocker COACH nARDW ARE-e. New York April 221, 1954. july-Stg Phillip Fwser. Through Tit-Lets to Wilmington North CaroUse.

L. C.Demilly, I' *Ko. 165 Meeting Street, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW..Toc&mrili. can h ha oCO F. FOLKER.Agent of the South

t AM31ERMAN.. REED & IIOLMES'S MILLS. Waknlla, George Mil'er! Key Port. julyS CwlMtt1fl tl Curolinr Railroad Coinpnny Line street,Charleston,

p DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Reel Holmes, Jacksonville. T. J.M.Richardson, Ie PHILADELPHIA. attend to Fla. South Carolina and to Baltimore, Philadelphia er
N. G. W. I' WILL any proiesyional bn.ineu en- New York,at the Office of the Wilmington and Raleigh -
J. Hat*. Boots. S'hocs. &c. W.tkr. Mechanic In venter and Maanfactorerc.'" ted him
Cars, : MAYPORT MILLS. Noah Po'e1. MALONE & TAYLOR. to in the Courts of the Eastern Railroad Company, Wilmington, N. C.
Ifwfme flair, Day.SlrteLit. IN CASH PRIZES. Circuit' and the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee.He .-
& Jet.f. T.J. Chu. ODUe.nO. $570. 570. LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANT Forfnrther mfunoat apply E.B.STJCVI5S
HOCR Parsons his ato such an advantageou connection with
James R Tucker Agent. Charleston,S.C.
N. \VlLII.UIM.DRY july-14
Mayport nvai Fla. or TBB : Philadelphia, an able
County, Joel IeJam" Law"l"'Rt"a.hinjtt..n City, am will ensure
GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRO- WaIr. "c'\ on the 16th September. It chiefly Very pectfnlly solivit consiirnmentii of a prompt and speedy collection nf such claims aa A Warning.
}'AXA1IL1I1LLS.. D.Mln. devoted to the advancement of the interest of JnVehanict SOUTHERN .
Sl0XS.-Dal-StNct. LUMBER be
SHINGLES e.Lib.rlll placed in his honda
may against the United
Madison, A. Madison C.H. t7 Delay not; harbor not in your mini the
Inttntart F.
lcDnald. ,Manufacturer "
E. R. Gilchrist Panama, Duval County. .. attunes made. Refer toE State. jnly8J.
G. II. SMITh S. 81iol and B edited by men practically skilled in th*art sentence of fools' philosophy, that a daeoMt will
Post office at Jacksonville.ST. T. BROCK.
II Philadelphia
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUC- T.R.MeKinney M. Anderson, II andsct.ncee. Probably no other jonraal of the E T, RICHARDSON, do., B. Cokcr.ATTORSDY I get cured of i itself,or that you can care it with certain -

TIONEER. JOHNS MILLS.J. Haniltos H. J. Jesp.r! same character n so extensively circulated or *o jnlyS-tf T B BCCKMAX, Jv-ksonviHe,Fla. AT LAW medicines for a few dollars Beware how yes
evteevied for
Elewar generally practical ability. Nearly

Jlulme'i Row, Day-Street.
t P. Sanderson & Co. :
John I tamper with general welfare
'. Frk. all the Fofoio/ Patents which isne weekly July %Scie'nansrslleFZa. ly your
; : AMBLER A. HOlXi, Post ofllccat Jacksonville.NASS.U Ilndf7.II from the Patent Office are iBuftmtd irith Egror1717 MISCELLANEOUS.PROSPECTUS. Ye wild and vicious youth, why will yon persist
MILLS. BSmith *, and the claims of all the Patent are p1IbJisbd in dosing with the filthy naujottingcomponnds dai
'. &. &. Coumbi. GergeS.lorLr. AHgstor. regularly in its columns as they are issued ATTO gy AT LAW
Bcllcch&sFc & Fincgan Nassau River. proffered thereby impairing your appeti and
BaySt.l'AItKIlURST Searbrougb. thus making it a perfect Scmrrirc AJTD M SCIIAJ'- and
b. Post office at Jacksonville.ORANGE R ni en Hog'in, I CAL P;>CTCtortr>iA of information upon the tabjectg SOLICITOR IM S5AflCBT digestion, and destroying you mentally well a*

I & ADAMS W. A. Sheffield, II of Jltchonieal Imprvrentntf, Chemeftry, STATE HIGIITS REGISTERNATIONAl. AUigatur and Aeitnansritte, Fla. physically when you can JIe cured with a few dollS
I GROCERIES PROVISIONS, &c., &c. MILLS.A. Alachna, A. M. Caon X.wnansvUe.R. Engineering and the Science geaeraUy. It i I Ain
of medicines 7Youwhoarethusannoyeisnlwirhto
XIAl'IL W. Bigtp & Co' Foundry, II. Cole & Co. i bJo. published weekly in quarto form suitable for binding ECONOMIST.A WILL attend promptly to all business entrustedto pleasant

Say-Street. I C. L 4' and each roltirane ooutAin, Fonr Hundred aDd them. be restored -

MAGNOLIA MILLS.T. : Bays LiTigto. Jacksonville. Eicteen Page of Reading Matter, Several Hundred .. WHIT ".ITH. I B. BBADPORr to hand vigor by a treatment at once
' G. C. AC( T" .4 Political Journal and General Ntvtpaper. Office at Alligator. I Office at Newnans\ille
FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY, AND G. Ilendrick Magnolia,Fla. I lYnch George BW.flU.Itone, I Its circulation Engravings en, with(art a Volume full and exceeded complete Index.23,000 July 7-ly pleasant and effectual!, should cou.ultitr._ 'MOR

,. 0 RIS. nil in chronic diseases has. been
SODA"FOUNT. BURLINGTON MILIS. John ,, copies per week and the practical receipt in one C. 0. Barton Editor3.a year. J. S. MURDOCII, tuixeas

Corner Ray Ocean Streets. ad1er & Co., Post office Mandarin, Fla. Nassau James T. O'Ni.U Wooi ock volume are worth to any family much more than greater than that of any other physic ian-of his day.

Mill*. the subwriptioa price. ISSUED WEEILT b.3'-t1cxtLt2a: Manywho have been for years afflicted with disease
L. M. EULSOM.I PALATKA MILLS. Nus.u C. C.Be!,ent, 4' The following CASK Pains are offered by the removed his office from apposite th Buf--
FURNITURE SASH 1ll.INuSDOORS.OrtJ1. Palatka Steam Saw Hill Co. Palatka A. J. .4 HAS ton Home to his or consequences resulting from excess, hate
F" h-t
Drltoct. Publishers for the fourteen largest list of rabecri- dwelling on I ,
The State Ru icier will be
E. Holme1 Store, Bay-st. D. Iflggiibothem. I ben sent in by the 1st January,1855(.1100 will the principles Right of STATE RIQHTS a*conduct-laid down upon by n..r tIll Ddygett's_ July 1 ly been restored to health and vigor under hi* really

FOUNDRY ANI MACHINE WORKS.JACKSONVILLE St John's, Gad Humphrey, StAngnstueOoal be given for the larfre list; 975 for the second ; JuutOl' The Regitttr will adhere to the scientific treatment.

r RESTAURANTS. 1OU.NDRY AND F. C. IIwhiphiys Mickler 44 I $65 for the third t SS5 for the fourth; ISO for the COMPACT, a8 ratified by the several State orIginnal -, 8* >. ''hiam Should a personal Interview be objectionable,

MACHINE Jab fifth { $4S for the sixth ; tlO for the seventh; *i5 and will all latitudinarianism i .
WORKS. W.W. oppose legislation, COMMISSION MERCHANT state disease in writing-enclose five dollar
Ptm TumLlin for the eighth; '30 for the ninth; 125 for the tenth; and all encroachments .
SALOON, Mooney ft Gookin. Stani.las GJnekl.! Ie 920 for the eleventh; tlS for the twelfth; 110 fin aierrs and secret or open, upon the Jacksonville Fla., address Dr. TV. MORRIS, through the Post-
aovx5RienTT: or THE The
: Tly Paul B. Canova, e"nant. FOUNDRY MACHINE WORKS AND Marion John Nathan: the thirteenth; t5 for the foarteenth The cash Register will take a* tt. texttn the d.Ufsion! of KEEPS constantly assortment on.broil ant of for Rte a general office, Savannah Ga, and a package.medicines,
I ,
MeDth. will be paid to the order of the snocwsfnl competitor all public COTSTITUTIOT will be with
BLACKSMITHING. I questions, strictlyeonitrned GROCERIES .ANI PROVISIONS securely pat up sent privately aad.
Rbr Buk. Imm.4i"tel.ft.r the the let Janaary, I8BS.TEMH ,
BLACKWOOD & Co.f. and
R. W. Biprs & Co.DAGUERREOTYPE II nnoompromved.W fie best despatch, full of directions therewith and no
selections questions
One oft
.lnlo 12
: :- copy, one year, ; one copy *ix i.iiatjK: CITT, July, 1854.CONGRESSIONAL ,
J. Wil. month, tl ; Be copies, fix months 94; tea copies, and will sell them lower for CASH than they can askeLPersoiie ,

E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT, ARTIST. Levy, D. A. Wee. six months 99; ten copies, twelve month, VlS; RECOMMENDATIOXS.WA.IBITOTOT be bought ebewhei the South. living at a distance afflicted with Scrofula
, John R. Hatcaer. I fifteen copies, twelve months, 922; twenty copies Country produce taken in exchange at leberal
. fTtienan-Street. 'r. W. GRAVES, Robert Wat.r II twelve months, 928 in advance. July, 1834. prices. Old Ulcers,Totter Cancers Piles Fistula ia

TAHACCONIST. Rooms, on Forsrth-Strwt. \, Simon TorlD Tampa Ko number pabtcrlptione above twenty can betaken We, the undersigned Senators and Representatives July 8-ly ADo Gravel Strictures, fleets or any disease whatever
in the Congress of the United
M. cordially
Carntngb'l. at lees 91,40 each. Names be States Administrator's Notice. of
DR. FRAME, can sent in at an aggravated or malignant character can
recommend the State
S. Rights Register and Na-
. 1".8.IIERNAxnEz Rooms over Bi bee & Canova's Store Hereeaio, Kendrck.. DeFoto.Key I different time and from different Poet Office tine,,: Economist, with the principles and purposes SIX months after date, I will present my accounts be cured at home by consulting Dr. MORRIS iy
TOBACCO SNUFF AND SEGARS. Joh Southern and Western taken
: money forrnbecriptioas. vouchers to the Hon. A. N. Caston
NWMJa'kL. Bay-Slntt. Garrison I'Charles a* announced in the foregoing prospectus to Judge letter poet paid enclosing a foe.
abort Bufflngton llautt. of Probate in and for Alachna and ask
confidence County to
the and of constitueDIAa.IN
; -_ JEUKLRV. McMi IZ. Letters.bolll" be directed postpaid to Mrr A support our be discharged from the further administration of Medicines pleasant and safe, can be lent per. .nail
: LAW C. D. OAK Moaroe I Co. 128 Fnlton-Strwt N. Y. A. P Cutler 8 SENATE.. the Estate of William S. Standley late of said to any part of the United States.
Benjamin SaWyer, WI Mean Mtnrx A Co.:are extensively engaged in Adams deceased. Particular attention given to the treatment of female -
Clocks Watches county _
n. M. PEARSO*. Jewelry, Fancy Ooed, Peter Crusn, procuring patent for new inventions and will advise T. G Rook, C C;Clay Jr. THOS. Admr. complaints Ladies who be afflicted
-. ATTORNEY AND COUSELLOR.Offi Cutlery, Ac, BayStreet.WM. Samuel Rob.rtclark Tonat., I inventors without charge in regard to the nor J.Oeo. W Jonee, Benj. Fitzpatrick' jan 14-6rn WM. 8. STANDLEr, >' with Irregularities, Flour Alba may or Whites Pro-
S. R _
the Court House. GROTHE city of their improvement Toncey, Mallory the Womb .tel do
opposite Oraife, Algernon S. J**. Shields, A. O. Brown Ncwnansrille Jan. 4th. 1854.A apsn Uteri or Falling-of ,
sErr. well to aside all false deleeaey andjiromptly
Watch-maker and Jeweler lay .
FELIX LIVINGSTON, Arthur Lust Notice to Mariner John Pettit W. K.Sebastian,
consult the Doctor. Cares warranted.
Pott-office Building, &&rul. Eljjfth Watson C.T. Junes R. W. Johnson. Fact Worth Knowing.It .
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ATTY AT LAW,JUDGE OF PROBATE, Bw-on Lighten Fort CarrotPatapieoRirerltfsL( ) \3T: All Utters to receive attention must be
should be borne In mind that have
Office in the Co rt House.MeOUEEN C. OAK & SON, rater, W.C. WDla Adt.,vflle.Capartnerthlp A Beacon Light ha been established in the Pa- horsE OF REPRUENTATrVES. different from the we usual punned postpaid enclosing a ,. Address/ DrW. 11.JiOIRIS .
D. a. River at the sit* of Fort So Her Linn Boyd (' al r) F. W a course entirely mode in
I Dealers in and Manufacturers of Guru, Pistols L. tapsco Carroll po Chastain bringing medicines to the notice of Savannah Ceo. .
onr physicians.The
McINTOSH 4e., Bay-Street E. H. I Point Flats situated nearly mldmay of. the Hirer. Thofl.:II. Bayly, ,J.Le .her.- STABLER'S ANODYNE l &"Consulting Rooms, Ka 83 Bryan street op-
,. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Solomon nail, I between Hawkra's and Sollcr*Point J. L. Clingraan '0. R.Singleton recipe CHERRY te Mooumeat Square July 29-2y_
( JI8l'
LIVERY STABLE The Beacon is to the Eastward and Northward Ja. I/ Seward (Ga. Roland'Jones _
Office )
on B Mr. OchusMIoque.C. have been made known DUaolutlou of Copartnerahtp.
. By C. Bliss, at Buffiington HOTJM. otlce.' of the Main Channel from which it is distant about D.B. Wright : Paulo Powell C'01Ijick"tilllyto'ap..ardlb. '
hundred medical that
men every one of whom recommend is hereby given the eAjMrtaenhip
one-fourth mil. Thomas S.Bocock J C. Ero NOTICE
cnde have kinridge,
miii igned this day formed a Copartnership them efficient O.Butler & dbotved on the
NOTARIES .. as highly remedies. The Co. wu
ATTORNEY AT LAW The Illuminating Apparatus i 11 of the 5th order A. II.Edmandaon John JIi-Qaeen -
.i ender the firm ,
I" MATTBIRSSEHAO'Iuai Expectorant ha been pronounced by them to be twenty fourth of July, by Mutual esosent
, Office on Ocean-SU. F. O. BARRETT cml will. contiane,.the Wholtal and Catadfoptrie; la elevated thirty-seven feet ((37)) W. P. Harris, James Abercrombie. Addrou. to, E.'A. STABLER* OK J,O. Batter i.* authomed to.fettle the buineMof
Retail above ordinary low water; and may be feen, aDder T.L.Orr. 4 M. .Lathant,
i. Notary Public, also Commissioner for : .Baltimore,ILD.Aoximu the concern. Prompt paynientof eatataodiaf
ordinary state of the atmosphere from elevation P. S. Brook, Fre-lerkk P.
, P. FRASER, several State., .CLOTHING 4 TAILORING of 10 feet above the water to 1.2 nautical en Sampson W, Harris W. M.Smith Stanton', debt due the Arm U requested.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. at the ef East Dr. JOIr.f a. BUTLD.
Qglet at Suffinfton Hmu corner Bay and or. 12 statute mile' Colin Mlngenoll, P. Phillip, II. Bacon, St Marys, Ga.

I OceimForsyth-St< JQHN II. H. OURS, Cli.S. C. Border. of. -the'Light-House Board t R...Stanton.. P. II. Bell, Thoma Wm:Sheffessie*McMillan, Palalka.,'Jacksonville.Fl.. Flu ang.2-tf, 'R.UUSE.CopartDenhlp. "" x-'-; ..

t .", J.P. SANDERSON. Notary PubTic. lily' 1, 'M. WHo ). OHARA.nmESE Captain:: BREWERTON' Corps Snrinttr, Perking A.B Greenwood' .W.F. MeMnUen Ache,; '.. ,jnlyB '110-11{ East Bay, Charleston 8. C. i.hereby given that we'day
1I ;
t alD'I6l Os u. Jffanvfactvrlnr EIWm Pratt Baltimore Md. John a. Davis ,into .copartnership-the purpose
. L 3 Augud\ res4t ElysiAn Cologne. ,
,?i : .Foryt4Street. BANK AGENCIES Yorjc, ur 1 mln of Joshua 8aDt'. John 8 liillson of sawing and plane JIg lumber, at the SUam Saw
1.lbZlul. [ COLOGNE .aut 00 pet quart or the ,. U> !*i e,
WnEATON..... .AM. REEDI .a.2am 'Tea.I'Teull'Tea.I' N A, Richardion A. II.Colqvitt ELEYSIAN plat aDd according to Mill know a* City Mills -nder 0

t.. 4 .ATTIt.'iEY.. AT LAW. '_'.. .. Agent of.the Bank of Charleston. : Notice.' : : T.EAS otthujer.y illt'q C Lancaster Wm.B.rUJaleJohu ,' (july S-3t) APOTHECARY HALL. IrIII and" 1t1"of.BatleA- '"lOlL"i Kiemff.O. Brrua, -4
tr'andEte &Ca.ske, VT.VT:Boyoe ;
: JatktonnOe. I. will beibseut at tb* new importation anel a' ,: v '
j 1' Oetan-Strut. .. ati the Nor racking from t 1-4 Ib.t' Ltwrenee il*Kiett,. D. BaUy.; . t..QNDOlfDOcK PORT INE. 'Mg3-lm T JACOB E. KIgBCTT.

! C.'I.t'G.' ..w"CALL. J J. W..BRTANT. .: Or'nxt,:when c, .n at a stock o to I14W per pound., Black of thechouctt kinds J-Faalkner,. '> .' ACn GLwm, .'MADERIA' WINE; ;'.' '. ... .. ..eUce. ."- .; .>
1 : ATTONCT AND COUNCILLORS --'C G. forthlsmsrtes.tbei alto Green. of the Sued. quality' UAMSu.Ronivedwe.klyerStaam. .-. .. FRENCH J5RANDY; ', '7"f BJf QN'.mu:LtJ1N'a .1al-

:I a'e8. :4g.ntottl.r. Buk.tTairl1e1 L, S. o. be will bt ia the. hands of Rodney Donna-. '- : McMILLAN'S,. *r, and for tale cheap by** {: *.5*> j'.l."jg, .rot. JIMdJca1. rpoHI at, .rbed amI 81". 'fforrl tJae.a1

t I I 'fSr .., ,. .-. .. ." R t .1ty.6'rt o :- BLOODGOODABOCT 'Iuf24I., 'Apothecary HaO, .Bey rt. Jnyl!t9BUNTON AGRAVES.. I'r-8S # .::. Jr.1tL.I. I -., } .4l1.IOP.'J!,,
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