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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 14, 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 )
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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.
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Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
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Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
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Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.

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TIlE FLORIDA NEWS..RIahc.ce 1 lance the her until she died. However, before :stcarcM sculled the boats as nimble and I monotony,it was tiresome for the remainder I On these fishing excursions: or as 'Ions thought something strange W 'La enedAllshmitupllIoboI ;-at Danbury- ,andal the ead of several- beam,.

jail second boat's lines run outthe, f noislessly J as possible not to alarm the sentinel of the voyage. Yet there was to those unaccustomed u the tJJip is in the country which the I Spz-igguiditwoald Mr. Beers mounted bJm,.and started for,
i ef i Veyage .r rMfeererr whale became fatigued and spouted oftener* seals who I be the ruination or the town it the law Bethel Ue coadaded .lake
,. tae Artie Bertou !. P nlt er suspecting no danger from to the whaling life amusing scenes unmeaning term given to the fishing season, to tM'grps&ff"
a At last three more boats got fast to it, and j the water, the boats. gained within a few turning dp occasionally, such M bear bun- there Is no reckoning kept on board in any passed. I rather guess be thoofht there pastnr*"road home-that being, thof earns,F
JUrtfeCOXCLCDCD. wax nobody left in town to be ruined a sew-'road -enV *'II..
form ex throogh
( with dragging them all through the waterit hundred before whatever. Sometimes they ascertain : : swamp
] yards they were discovered I will here describe
ting. bear hunt
j a as a tlie latitude by an observation the longitude -, crpt rumseUers. And. jwa're sure. ettrj DHado1r.sf sbortrreat*to.eiI4
He says Providence will send the fish to soon fagged out and was despatched with 'I when the signals of alarm sounded by the specimen.j is neglected. When tIM ship, U bound Urern has been closed Nelson fbrMbeoocfmt aghs rct>o -2ubiCty
to him that are designed for )him and therefore lances. We could jiut hear the three male seals, it was really amusing to sec the j One morning while we were leasurly home they ascertain the latitude the ship I '1 know it' was the decided answer. probably, ,tried the speed,.othiaj

be need not chase them. When they \ cheers given when it spouted blood and astonishment and consternation of these i sliling.long the edge of an CTte&uve field*II.I in, or perhaps if not too much out of the Then 111 rub borne and tell Betsy. Butwon't race horse, and sum broke,him,dvmn.,: ,At- '

observe whale whale turned on its back. They then cut our : creatures the first the otice 'way sight the land of Spetzbergen or Greenland -- she be glad l'! all events.taautknf ocosred to.1RURD ,
a or at impulse be- the
a distance I on signal I sea smooth, wi d light for indeed but otherwise And away the excited creature, ran,' as' old Bob's nertes fur he came 16'.tm stsfid
they shape
line a course
they first ascertain the direction they are
:} then man.all the different ship's 1 1t t bad hauled on board the lines and broken I I their natural enemy the bear,then to make ., the season, there were no gales of wind, no, to a certain paraDel of some wland and run Poor Betsy Barker! When she found, The horse trembled with '.nk..aad..

>oU,.wbich may amount to sixteen or : off the ice, and went en board time ship the !t 1 whale was hah"cut and in the hole. This 'I i; ;; laud. They make.hoektny m cmJc jl ti m*j fwages F In his pocket she $like giving op. uuJt.bivolnr r6ti
tbe of
twenty-four, and way-lay the whale by in- 1! up : difficulty crews all the boats stood I i i rain, no clouds or snow,but a keen bracing I sometimes butfeldom their.ressgU j,1 They were oat of meat and meat and the .' : QlSc f.

tcrcrp(iirg it in its cour*. They never was my first whaling adventure, and the : up and made the most ludicrous noise at i; air, which after being accustomed to it 1 is running on, chore at this *slow rate ofailPunch by-I children's shoes BO longer kept their keel? perhaps bA-rle1inn ,b6Ts."e C$1 :a"thiakj'-

e> se a whale. yit the whale seldom est ,: most disagreeable Sunday's work .I ever''I the extent of their voices as c-er..u heard i I not uncomfortable. I'never used any extra I Ing. : from the ground. For hcrselL she had not to the,strewn. I eObI'BUW_ -

*' them and when captured they share:': ;iiad before or MIICC. i which astonished and confuted the stupid ,: clothing only when standing still stear- j: garment but what was patched and rc- got stuck in the Biod,.aad :pot having
until whole breadth of withdraw hi feet cWr
patched scarcely a strength quietly
.rid; vnare ante among all except the ship' :'!: While speaking of wlialc fishing I maya :I creatures which were not accustomed to ing the ship, and that time was limited to UiccJ1II1D. 1 the original fabric remained. She had laid ed his eyes and li1.e'a patriarch as bV'was-,1

boat ab.. put the first harpoon into it, ,, well mention the manner of killing seal, meet their enemies from reward they lost half an hour, and one had the privilege, t it all out in her mind how she was going be dropped i into the soft bed that was

I which gets double t>harc All the which appeared in great numbers as we'' all power of escape until the boats simul-i even in that short time for five minutes togo i to spend the four dollars which her husband awaiting him,and gave up.the (boat,'.is.b-

the crew get is a certain fiortion of the wages oil I, came into the vicinity of the coast of Greenj ; tancously touched the ice. The men lost : to the fire or run the decks and stir the j '* Turkish War SOBJ.Up told her, in the morning, he would be out a single kick.No .- -
for his week's work. It anbe th consternation
paid language
a -
I j land the terms of agreement on whaling' not a moment but were dealing death blows Mood. I have w.arert..r runes! very
suCered much from I
money, which i is dear pain to him, as the Ielan |I more small sum when sot off against their many, of poor lle l'L He oulJnot' benVvtf
are ft \Leg that lie can do as much : e5sct to the northern fisheries. Tile crew all around. Very few seals escaped; in an j jincreditable "I cold in South Cp.rotintha.,. I did at anytime j (', owners of tnrhM! many need; but she bad apportioned it m hid eyes. lie tried to open those of hi*-

fJxje-BiaLin ai if lie 1taIreintinedat; home. ;1! and officers receive a certain stipulated ; short time twelve hundred and I while in the Polar Regions, although y.Ju. ilweleri m SlacnbcuJ, I her thoughts, in each a manner to makeit hone,but it was no soJte placed hi* ear,
lI-ith i: monthly lay, much below the usual pay in I more mails were lying dead. J the small Lairs on my free each odd ; Ion: Pert ,uliaiwailfrej I go-thc farthest in supplying things absolutely at the mouth of poor old -." but ,took,
Not vo the KnglUhmen. You may : I oije j ,sr to tali% jurtIn necessary. Hut alas! Joe bad it away again in uf tcr dismay. 1 he breath
merchantescl* and their return when ; The boats returned hoard I.
re a half dozvn sliijif; dm ing ahead in all i)I on on being the I suspend aa icicle, the breath would f t.zc': the'>tt'l.''*a-ifjioii*, gore otf with the whole sum in his pocket, i had ceased.: At last Nelson groaned 'an bo'

dirfctioas.g/nx>s with riiiialct,crowd- ; the oil is tride out they receive a dividend : dinner hour. After being refreshed by the I j as it came oit of tl.c nouth.: our water sn!i An.I TtlJk, t Ik; ret tIn'lprt"lt! I IInt. and she knew the chances were tea to one i thought meeting. my father, and wondering .

i lug on fail oflcr a Hho I oC. u hak->, often:! of the proceed' according to the office they doctor serving, eats mrn .,cit!* a wiie-la'1 vr-i.> -i:',.' 1 out t.) t:> ill !lu-np I bj th : .} a P.iiaas.t i that he would not have the bailout left- whether eternity,added to time,',woohlbe

I hold or rate of eauian: ,. as fall bin or ordinary brji.Jv! ui't of'a 1.1kc.c.hi.:! .I II ", ;\s-I.i: ;';e... -.tiI not by ii.c;.-" rc. Utx tl.t: H-W-. crmIct not a dollar-when lie came home. long enough for bun to earn the vahtu
giving the eand off seeking ;iit' ;" at\i bd I
tip again
ILe wife of the hor took the bridle thtdca4'hoCS4t
J .ome new fi ,unbuckling the girt from drew nit

: We .t5U departed f r a nt'wuld unfn-;i compelled to !I' I h f,. M :MC ->r wain),.>'* (,r w.'r:. .'UIi'U'; !le seJ. i iI --itKtie'l! to the mat, 1 11h'n. ..'.with ii i \ i If",., itA'l ,peak ru rl1. things, and then sat down to mend an j the saddle, and placingntun! own back.

i quented place in hope: .( having all the ta hunt '-can, ,ri', :i :i ov'1'c.iUt.i 4hn. Ly I I &(., tot f.rgvt to mention ;i a nut male old lif stake in September, Uiat* Uit of it. old jacket belonging to her eldest boy. As trudged gloomily towards the.villag*.,

chances to otin<'lvcs on the cost ur Greenland. -[ calling volunteers fcr that pur '". of our hero Ritchel, who sighed f}r di'- j so of tumijH and j-otat.x' all wire transformed -I S> worl by jour iMlc,. she turned it over and over, and noticed i It vrao aU.ut -nuaWll when wy ,father I
!i When there whales in for .1 I And sour band* on Cleir! i bl1.. how torn and worn it wa?-more fit for1. espied hU vcuat: oming up thcstreetniUi
no sight
While on the way the wind was are any tinction and renown. It had been planedto j into icicles, and in this state mv* Mrth oat .a
Mowing fnsh and heavy sntlU on. Whales ; length of time the hours pass off very heavily I put the boat which he was in on cne of,' have continued fur many years ;jurftfc'ly cater of canJkj. fall into her lap. and bending over the U-*.' shoulders, his face wearing a look of the

were di 'e<."cre such that the men and olHcirs : ( Tne, from the Mo.qo8. (ace in ner bauds the did not her his life
The boats uianned and. a long day put him on a detached piece a few yards FC- Its to warmth thyre pnt into cvlJIt.'r weep, ,
were instantly n I
: Cutting jbcrt genuflexion feelings of despondency had in them too and he chuckled inwardly and quietly hiss
are glad of an opportunity to go on from the j to di-iolvc the ice I
and thaw
; they pulleO. sir in number. ;aiiiFtvij u i painted main body, where were a gradually lie Come from tbe lUre girls, I much of hopelessness for tears.' instantly assumed a more eeriou counte

and sea toward their intentk" pray. The j these hunting excursions. number of seals, with instructions how to I frozen part'iles e'puti.&ctiont'oulJ i I Awaiting DJIperl OlL i As she sat thus, the door opened and nance. -Poor Been approached more slowly -

or heavy boats, deeply luaded with lined j as it was quite novel to me and may be j i excited and busily occupid that no notice 1 j As I t't'rn.ukeJe were sailing along .! Leave the toba lt',, i I her husband. Her beartjflnttered instantly dear friend to the grave. '
I to the reader. There was a land-man on Put pipes out I with a new hope, while half the oppres- When lie came within hailing distance,
and men some of the crew too were was taken of Ritchie for some time, however the edge of tlie ice a*near as a utone-t'inm.' I i t T.ior ,
i nyc her bosom father called
weight on removed. out
| was my :
I \J then ,
board a athletic clown of a fellow jour anti gonist
Lxndsmen and bad rOt'ct'it, was no strong he acted manfully, very few escaped j i we observed a Polar bear lying not many i His return to early and unexpectedly, was I IWhy, Beers, U it possible that you have
Fmall nioftifk-ation f fir us to be Ia>t. But who had chipcdas cook's mate, and often his club. At hOlt he found his match. lie !i yards distant on the ice. It U sometimes I i Coins from the bate, I I I an augury of good. That he had been been so careless as to let that race hen

like the Dutchman our luck came to us : while the old tars were fitting the cook's ,, had been considerably excited and running ; difficult to distinguish these animal-l from Where the grim grinning nigger drinking, she doubted not; but there wa run away from you P .

We had not beyond di tancefora fire regailing themselves on their weekly about like a madman dealing death all I the snow covered ice, however this fellow Scrapes off jroor akin ground for believing that he had not wattd '"Oh. worse than that worse than that, _
got -It a ".1-Ja. ajr"*- thni_ : allowance of Brown Ale the --
or relating around him when he struck male seal was not far oft We lowered boat and '
the ship when by the eddeys some i a or a I Quit '|0it the barvm, fdid not raise Her head until Joe came up to Worse than that I Then be has been -

indications were teen of that a near j. many adventures and hair-breath escapes on sea lion as they are sometimes called, ow- i t _with four loaded muskets landed on the With its smiles and its rtubmu, she was sitting an l, U a tone of exultation stolen by some judge of tamable bones !

much nearer it proved than agreeable, for the ice in former voyages,this fellow would j ing to their having a sack or protuberance 'I iec. The l boat being kept in readiness to An nuke ap roar tainItT which he could not repress excaimcd Oh, what a fool I wa to entrust him U*

the very next stroke of the oars lodged the : listen to their exploits; with ears and mouth over the point of their nose very much re1 I I beat a retreat if necessary, the four ? I >X'tomsh thee n..hian.. feigned anybody f exclaimed my father, with well
rort.1 'HnrrahBeUcy Good news! '. sorrow.
boat's stem on tile 5mall of his back. It open, and often sigh for an opportunity to scrolling a bladder filled with mahogany: I men landed and advanced in single I "What Happened to Joe Barker." all my money-not a cent gone!' "Xo, he ain't stolon, Untie Phile," ujde1iOn. _
distinguish himself on a volunteer expedition. saw-dust. On this Ritchie about feet after the other with the i
was going leeward in the same direction asar I protuberance I twenty And he threw handful of silver coin on I. -
( l"oatf and was in the adn f going down. That opportunity soon occurred. ; made several blown with the only effect of. purpose of firing and falling back to load <: B\ T. J. \aTurR.I the table. Good new! What do you "Xot stolen? well I am glad of that,for I
We discovered from the 't-hcad to I think Old King Alcohol's dead shall recover him &obut where i is he 7
They go head foremost perpendicular down. ma away 'irritating and enraging the animal, which i I in succe!.ioii. The first advanced to m ithj j i '' ; 1'vcjtut ____
leeward field of iC'r't first it had Joe Barker w& weak-minded and fond beard the news. I am afraid you have lamed him.
a a : attactcd Ritchie while the hammer in of Bruin ,
yards before he
| and wnd up the lakes of their enormous applying twenty gave ) Worse than drawled the unfortunate
t of strong drink. His earning not large at \N,IOU crazy Joe r aid Mrs. Barker that \
r tail high in the air. The harpooner pull 1: singular appearance, and was dotted over i of his club to no good purpose. Ultimately i any indication of his being awake, but he best, were heavily taxed by the rum shops, I looking in wonder and bewilderment at her XeUon. 4' _

the bow oar, his harpoon on the bow of the 1 resembling fly spots on white paper, but on the monster seal made for the wat- i kept one eye opon at least. lIe railed him-:. and his poor family, fed. on the coarsest excited husband. Well, what is the matter 1 Where w be? _

boat behind him already poised in a crutch nearer approach they proved to be sealsi i er. Ritchie fearing that he would 1 loose his j*;self nearly on his Co -pa..s, sitting on his j ji food and clothed in multi-patched rags, 'Not a bit of it darling answered Joe, What ail* him I"asked my father -* _
i i; lying on the ice sunning th D1RIThe I were left to struggle with wlvcrmty. Joe ube threw his arms around his wife'j 1 h, I can't& .w-l can't, tell you. "
; it and the intruders |
prize pursued the hind-quarters
ready for ue. The shock given to the boat i j sticking spike on > scrntcnizing was good-natured even when drunk but neck, and kissed her. A'or drunk either,' said Beers with a groan. .
I, eo unexpectedly caused all to look around ,! now on these ice fields is seldom deeper :, the side of his club by way of a hook in the I I the fi remost of which took deliberate aim '1 1I his weakness was he could not pass a, rum he added, as she pushed him .'aY'. 'Whr .But you mutt tell me," returned my Fjfuioer.

towards the head of the boat when to my than a few inches. The seal go in schoolsor j i animal's hind quarters, which brought I and fired. Bruin gave a growl and turned I shop. lie would make excellent resolutions Betsey don't too know that we're got a .

i: Lorror, I beheld the great black back of the communities. The male seal is larger i I Ritchie down on his back fiat on the ice, J to run and contrary to the expectation of! when entreated by his wife; and break Maine Law ? 1 \"e been to Gilbert's and 'It will brake your heart,"groaned Beers. .
than the female of which lie i U the head ofa i. them, when tempted by the landlord. lIe Sprigg's,and to Diron's but they're all shut To be sure it wil if he i W seriously in
whale and with his legs like two plow handles and : the huntsmen he walked slowly a few
and the boat it. In : away
on an did not read the newspapers and knew up. Tompkins told me that a drop of liquor replkd my lather, but where i I.
instant of time the harpooner struck the ;! school con-Mating sometimes of a great his heals ploughing up the snow,the seal and : yards and turned round to look at his per- I nothing about the Maine Law, except what could'nt be bought ia the whole town. -

harpoon in the back and pushed the shaft i number of the female seal, and while they I' Ritchie were making tracts for the water j I !uel't this time tile second man dist -, lie gathered from the liquor venders. Well I Aint't that good news for you, old girl J He L* dead!"said hrs u he nerved

with his shoulder. The captain on board sleep basking in the sun he keeps vigilant The club was fastened by a clout cord to I I charged his gun and hit him in the ide., as I, Joe had been, under the monitions of his Hurrah boys! i'rnas glad as if I'd found a himself up for the announcement and then
watch them. i wife abstinent for a whole when hisCt.k's new dollar. I never cuuld their door closing his eyes sunk into adWrcumpleee-
over day, pass ,
he his and his side
his wrist
the ship calling to the hil'J'OOnerW'"II and it was impobsiblc! for Ritchie I I put up paw pre a cc-
i in his : without in for dnnk whether I ly o.ef'OOOWith fright.
The white bear which there is f wages pocket and hU throat going a ,
d<>net give it to her. Just as he had said ,! a greatmany I j to let go or get out the hooked spike from I I vere slap and walked leasurly off a few ;, hot with the rum-thirst, he sailed ou\ in | wanted to or not. Somehow or other, I My father gave a groan that started Scl-
the word the whale threw its tail high in i on the ice near the land,and are often tlie seal's body. He found his heroism getting 'I yards as the third nian fired. Bruin could ; search of a rum-toddy. HU first call was I{could'nt help it.' ,son U his (eeL again. All the sensation'of 4,

the air, and the firct thing knew I was I j 1 I I found hundreds of miles at sea on detached > quite cold and roared out lustily for help, j j brook it no longer, he turned on his pursuer -I jafl he Diamond.*' J t was shut up. In much !I'L' 'Joe, Joe! Is it all true what you,&y1' pain despair, horror an intense agony were

looking on the ship's mizzen The!, pieces of ice driven of by the wind and which attracted the attention of all hands They pave him three more eliot, he I wonderment, he passed on to b'prigg's. But I, exclaimed Mrs. Barker, now pressing forward depicted to the life on my father'* counte
top. i :' The bear is the natural of j I, 6'pripg's den was closed, and :pngg bimMlf. I upon her husband, and drawing almost nance. r 1!
boat with four; lines of two hundred and i j'I enemy | who were at that time in great excitement. I I Ii then took to the water and endeavored to in answer to Joe's importunate knocking involuntarily her arms around him. -Oh, uncle Phile,uncle Phile,don'tbeIouLardwithme.twouIda'thadithappefor
; I the seal, and uses every cunning to capture death blows to the seals for the by swimming to sea. We pursued : !
twenty fathoms each (quite a stout rope) i, i I dealing escape ,put hU head from an upper window, 'Is it all trkeJuer
and of great weight also eight men, all ap- !I his prey. Being so much in similarity j I space of near half mile along the ice, and him and just as we were in the act of lancing -! and surlily growled "Off with you." More 'EYe, word of it, as I'm a living man.' all the world" said Btrrs.You ..

I eared no more than a straw to the giant I guish tbe While Polar Bear at* any great I i ii '' distance from the boat. After bison's. But there too all was dark and wife's sobbing response as her face bone replied my father.'lknowitIknowitunclePbile.. .
tions. All directed to where repeated
strength of the monster she tossed eyes were
lu up silent. Joe fell the bosom lean
was utterly amazed and commenced upon of her -,
i 'I ,
in mid-air as nothing. It was a fortunate I distance. lIe keeps to leeward of his intended -!I the cries proceeded from and all could efforts of the same kind he became exhausted retracing his steps, but not taking but weak and erring husband. only work for you as long aa I live,bat you

circumstance that we lay parallel over her victim, and will crawl cautiouslyand :|I distinctly see his critical situation. Xot a the lance was thrust at him he caught good heed thereto, he run against a pump. A month from that time and what a shall have myViervices till you are satisfied,

. tail, M by that the boat kept her position crouching like a cat for some distance, I word was uttered but dead-like silence it in his paw and twisted the iron rod as 'Hi, hi! what U te matter now}'' ejaculated change was visible in their humble dwelling ,after apprenticeship. tmubed,"retain

. and fell keel 1 down rather in then slowly lifting his fore paws raising i I prevailed,and breathless anxiety for the fate if had been a thing of straw. At the |, Barker, moving back a pace or two And not in theirs alone, but in thousandsof led Been. ,-the
an obliqe poaitkm And mine of the bstJn
relink others
I i trying to the broken chain of his dwellings throughout the Slate wa one
and as it truck the water went gunwales i himself on his hind feet, standing errect i I of poor Ritchie.* All were paralized that same time a ball was sent through its head j I thoughts. 'Only the old pump! Aha! I've from which prompt lellelation! had driven I world" said my father, "and in such (erect

; under, but immediately bounced up. I[ like a man to the bight of six or seven feet I.I no motion was made for his rescue, it was which entered his ear and finished this hunting -I had many a cool drink here in my time ,I the vile traffic with its attendant crime ( condition. for running.-all bow rand

\ Her sides were lined with cork. Each mania j to take a view of the position of the seals. ,,10 sudden and unexpected,but with breathless excursion. We towed him alone side both as boy and man; and it never cost I and wretchedness I aiDeW'* .t't--

! these boats is provided with a small Cautiously letting himself down he advances -. l anxiety all awated the conseq nce.- I tbe-hip and it required sixteen men to, me a cent nor made me more of a fool than ,-Ohysslaswthat'saidBecndcepccal.imigly .
I bat with frankness that showed hedidnotwiahtodcnthagrcstcaimsofth
A none Adventure.
some people I am by nature. Good ,
until within
few be say
carefully yards Ritchie in oftbe seal hoist him on board. lie the
piggm which hangs under his rollock, also tow going along at agreat was shined evening Mr. Pump! Let us shake hands, [From Dana..'.fortheomiig Autobiography ,
I then dashes in among them and standing on and doctor dissected the head filled the cavities I haLed in the Farmer, horse and his "
; a long knife to cut the line if need be. Eachpinwaaatworkandinasbortthnetbc speed rising lowering accordingto or handle just as you please, for old aciqunintance Bridgeport J owner.
. his hind feet he uses his his fore paws an the i inequality of the ice, the snow flying' with salt-pet, put glass instead of eyes, t I sake. I've been trying to get a My father besides being in the mercantile 'WeD.aysuiyfatberwithasigbt"aIhave -

water was wot. In the meantime the whale hands, and plays them well too, hitting as I from his beets, ploughing up ice and snow, I while the crew stuffed the skin with sawdust -i drink this half hour, but not a drop's to be line and keeping the village tavern also no desire to go to law on the sobject,wtt _
the ( (or love or The rumellers ran a frieight to Nonralk.and kept had better try"to agree on the raloe of th*>
many of the seals one bio won nose they which got money, wagon _
lay and lsliedtbe water with herbage tail and roaring lustily, the whole scene was so: required over a hogshead full bone. You mark of
have all shut up shop it seems; I hope a small lircry stable. lie was fond of a may on a slip paper
which proved afterwards to measure twen falls down and bleed to death. The bear I ludicrous, that with one burst of laughterand I a crutch was made to support this mODi tons you're not on a strike too.' Left see!' joke, and had a sly. peculiar, waggish kiifk what um you think you ought to owe no _

t.t..ooct in width from point to point. never stops to look at Its victim,but goes on cheers, as if by mutual consent, burst brute, it measured two and a half feet across II Joe lifted the handle putting the iron in hU nature, which l led him frequently: to for him and I will do the same 2 we anthems -

The noise was deafcoing,the sea was foaming killing in this manner while there U a ecal i from every mouth. Still the seal and I. the hind quarters. So much is a specimenof 1 aldle under the spout as he did so and turn off some pretty cute tricks. On one compare notes ant" see how far wediar.Tul _ _
on the i ice. lIe then sits down and cats bear the ice the other brought it down with a strong jerk. Out occasion young man,named Nelson Boers will mark, said"JJeerv fcbut,wade
hunting on cases .
like a great braker in a storm and COT- I Ritchie went on at a great rate, and had i gushed the crystal water,looking clear and applied to lion for the use of a horse to Phile, don't be too hard with me."
| _
teed us with spray. We were so close that j until be falbt .Iccp. now come close to the edge of the ice which arc so nearly similar that i would not be beautiful even in the feeble starlight. It ride to Danbury, a distance of three miles. -I will be'as easy as I :.:and endeavor p

we could not for want of room put out our I I The male seal keeps sentry over his it'rag. j invariably ha* a swan elevation over the inte'' narrate them. !, tilled the ladle, overrun iU sides and wentsplashing Nelson was an apprentice to the shoe-mak to make some allowance foryoar \.'*

oars to extricate ourselves from the danger. 'I lio females,keeping a bright look out ice-1! plane of the ice bf.Tondrouied by the jostling There are times when in the'scaa.and cpccialy down the pavement There was : business, nearly out of his time; was said my father; 'but. NeUon when ihiok _
he 1 something pleasant in the sound to ling overstocked with brains and lived a how valuable .that house'wauioicosers. [
ward from where iU natural ; | even
expects enemy. -
A signal i gun was fired Crow the hip for It he should chance to discover the i % of the small waves breaking and freezing late in the season,dense fogs set in, so:!'(, the dull ears of Barker; and therowas a I III and a half east of our village. My most mark something ia neighborhood
the windward boats to return when instantly which forms a kind of ridge on the much so, that one end of the vessel can II feeble awakening in his mind of the dear 'father thought it would be better for of the amount of cash I coukl have'rewired

the whale cast her tail up and down bear in time he whistles a signal of alarm !! edge of the ice. To this ridge the seal had I scarcely be seen from the other. Sometimes !i I old memories ot boyhood and the early Nelson to make his short journey on foot for him. I before however Nelson that you

she went azjd ncrer slacked her speed until j and immediately they may be seen (- !come, and Ritchie saw his fate at Iiand....cue ou these occasions the ship will make ;!! times when he was a better man. than lobe at the expense of hiring a horse, are an honest young man, and are willing; _
: for I j To his mouth he placed: the brimming but be did not tell him so. We had an old to do what you think is about right. I
and enough : *
cring hobbling acquardly j I ; _
it had run oat two hundred and fifty if | more bounce and then plunge into his fast by a rope to a field or large piece of reached therefore wish to caution' not to mark
the they feel from their : I ladle and drank a pure draught of Dt.'CUr.I horse named "Bob that baring yoa _
fathoms of line in a perpendicular direction, !i water, were secure w atery grave. Ritchie's presence_ mind ice and ride under_ the lee, not darirg to :1 Just as he had removed tbe vessel from his an age beyond his teens,'was turned out ina down oDe cent atore,than you rea% thtnkr -

while the line was running out with such I power* had not forsaken him entirely-Lc was keep under sail for fear of coming in contact i! !ipsmd bail taken _a deep ,inspiration,_ a hoz lot near oar house to die. He 'was under the civrunwtances, you aught to rey
Telocity that the friction caused sparks of j As the ship approached within about two 'I sensible of his situation u a hopeless case. I with the kts to the injury of the ves!. lund was: laid on his h'uldcr tuniliarly, |t literally a linn* skeleton.* and was meek me when yoa are able,am for which you

are tod much smoke On a sudden it I miles of the u* she hove to, volunteer' To this last effort he rallied all his strength tbifc tlI'tSMdL: .illSUt't'tl1\'S kit : ana frkmUv'oice said I iu.the.sam condition of the Yankee's nag are now wilBnjrto' give .roar DOtet oT
I tAt 1 "CLcaj-er inning that neighbor Barber \vhicU waa so weak his owner bad to hire hand. Too will recollect that I toil.jou,
toped we then took six tarns with the ; boat's crews were called, all the boaU;j and energy-if Lc failed! Lc was lost forever. i I for days, the jreu often tend on tl.e ice fur: than uii t',,'r C>und at '1 he DilIDon.1J his neighbor's hone to help him draw bis when yoo applied for the bun. that. '! did _

line round a lire oak billet rising from the six in number,besides the stern boat, everyman Ritchie stuck hi* beets with Alt l.Ia might rccrcatii.n and play certain ptKcs such wartasg acros-s \oilier. end a4ht'mnd times better last;breath. My father, therefor, ta replyto I. not wish 'to let him go." "

boat stem, expecting; the fish to rise in a provided with a 'long hntcher knife !! down in the snow, which however afforded : hears, ct fhcrttiros n! [ afidill into this bittaui. I'ra glad' tu'ace fOG re- Neboo's application, told hint that the Kelson gave my father a- gntefur.lovL,
of sbn aUo i i '! turning to v oar old friend's'us and hope livery bones were all out and he had none andas ntsd to all he said. About a dozen
slanting direction aM give us a tow; bat for the purpose ung:, a eumg bat little rrsfltance. but he crctl kiof hit t ltj rctrcsticgccdadvsTictn*, Ac- I, ol _
which oar\"lngJMiPben ireeawiteess-
will have occasion to desert him. home a famous 'race horse"
i vi.r : at except
we were for a time Appointed, for it lay dub This club is of w'!hitc e&k cr liick&r;', : this key ri'kje would U mure linn and The kno*ing VACS carry k Vf(ofe wb
M itifl at the bottom as if U Ud been dead, about four feet in length acu about a*stout : ptrhaps would enable him to mist the locomotive behold* with both. Lcuds i in tie centre I Sprigg. X\ hat a .blessed thing that you tim in proper trim to win a great race soon i _ -

ire, therefore bcgw halting on. the line to n girth as a common shovel handle. On one power of the leal as to tear the while running,as is often the case they fall are forever rid of them 7*said Barker.'U hat to cone off. er marked oa oo,aaJ alter mach.es5la-, ,

raise it, when widtfanly U ascended and end U a cord to'fasten round the wrist;the hook from the creature flesk This was into bear's.well*, that U, the hears arc.sup- I due it all mean, neighbor What havetheydoe1 Kh do-Jet me hare him, Uncle Phile,* J lion. Beer wrote on th* other.SWeflIe4'noae.wbeyoabaemagte&0.

started to windward with great velocity. other shod with iron, at the pout is a Ritchie's hat hope for world; for thatpurpose poised to take his station where two pisces ; '.%iurtletvJ!Has No,any not one exactly been murdered that; buJ T bin will ride i ia the him least.1 very said carefully Nelson and Beers'iIeistooaltahi.snaninialto not. injure. said my father. .. _

U fortunate that one of the other boaU spike also on one sid"fWofipvitrJ*formed be threw himself on his back, and of ice.has drifted together, and before they ,'.you know that.the Ad ulain.Alcohol risk in I "1 soppose you will think it i Ia too low,"

had by this time mfc Cut V> our*, u the like a hammer bead. With this they tap placing !bis legs one on each side 'the seal unite into ODe solid bOOr;a place being stillunfrozen ;died l hut night I the hands of.young man Jib- you" responded replied Beer father the tCp> _'_ z
...U. Btifh ax 4 wfcul lacreatLij we were the seal, on, _the ,now'(on the plan of the pressed his hwt dowa finaly la the snow ., the bear takes.his station and byspftybg I! :'Ddt \\hatl'I don't understand. And I as lla'her. of paper., -.t ___
: three hundred ,
1 -Only ,
: seveatj
bear} when it faUaasrandblesda to death. to meet the key barrier. ,This hi to break the ice U freezes Joe Barker looked more'' bewildered than Nelson eont dtoi portoneand my '
obliged to slack! .'the fc. while_ascending prepared *paw. w net" Died t UowT father to play off; seth it was finally agreed dollars f exdained my fatbec'mdine the
every wave, orhtdta dash right throughit. That .Ii the festabaeafei aot to theold was all the work of an instant The barrier ,.keeps the hole open as far as bean Why,Joe Baiker' U it 'possible yea i that the horwTeouUU bad oa .the -cnedl.tionthotbisbouidisaocassb.zeds paper.fcW H| there i I &. pretty specimen_ I
Our Ene b-a.abort Urae had run nearly males. A Up' from this dab 'wtkt no gained the seal of necessity raised its body reach The:teals,' from undVr th, ice,observing .' know the Maine Law went into operation I I faster of eratitad* for TOO PKelson ____

aB out, when"Ut. otter boat bent lbsen4orthhen4zrsWo other, impression than to irritate hiaaodb ore?the ektatioft-fcc the purpose of making .the-' sky-ligbtthroeghthis, bolepvts ia:our State to-day T*' I than a walk or slow trot, and,'that, he looked bmnbisd and could:not

will rfwor gbtbI1SWZA&5V$7.-\ a plutg*.in the MA,when fortvoate;for >their beads for brsatfuDS Q(sir when# The Maine' Law;Joe'.took off, his old !ihonHU fed Jour marts of eU at Danbu- muster courage enough to sek my- father. _
j marked
what he
> It to the&that the tu. of the iron'spike en be bnM hiraeif witk hi l.ek'QA' then fad ;hat,and bud,one of hi*broad band opm !.,.' Kelsaa s4arMe_Rctwante looking had -:
Ritchie hold and out for
were then many ofte* to windward of tbebipv Brain lays polls his forehead. 'Tic'.Jfoine Law Cl"beardera'tallraboatU : for JiI as if he was on a mission Finally,ODe atom netghftort asked nr
: a4ittjttno4 vwW\on board bat the ,point of ,the ,dob;tames. in ,Pty b1 Uiibla'eeli"agalnst tbe ridge so throBfh:tit Ions Greenland 1igh .- Whales '' ; OB last efectien: They : to.""carrion crows.f' bath felt ertrytDcnamaa.fcrb father to show hi*paper. lle dd, :Ito I

the captain docto ,Hfward,eook and'cooper pickIng hI 'wtlwftoso tatUU& bleed* tadeath. that souttbjnj meat-break or, yield. 'The also'Sfovt through! 'tb holes I when'farfrociopca said it was a: drcadml outra oh our Ubcr- *, frncvid- himself,astride had marked"six and a quarter cents rOar :

,to work the ibjip to winward, 'tbe boaU .. cord broke the seal]&Bg,d into iU watery i Ki:fe U ta*Hfflythc.hoJ!H stmremain ti -*,'. 'at The Diamond,* and-so voted : Ctba reats |lase horse in the torntrr oeigbhorrsazl it &load'fairly-.nc1-linK s roar Beers otIazbtei.eaoudbith

'aadIlzig!; tor4tbs wbalc i, Oerew', 'The TohafcCT. boat's cr w !*dLtb. element W,.;. club)sticking faUn III >epcn,' orwHha'tii ph lmof KCcorertd U aiiit shut. What-0 all the clod Uvcrnar ltft j'uoibbo_ .._i- Will. ,anJrwlued resting poii his that shooklen great resttonsibihtywas ; for the last tohwieeU It wa-some time before heeookleomprahend

took potseesion of tbe boat aa4 Cajsa, carrying Jce;an4 as the boats neared!it thef separ*.; flesh,: and_Bitchfe.left,"cm his back .on:the with.snow,and cannot be obcenredfam 'I !That up jostwEat it Ao*done alrrady..You I.words of my,father to bin.were, -J elsem the job; and who- ho

ocr fl g and staff with as; s>sigQ of a ted about a hundred or Jwo-yards tpart and; be* I bare''no"doubt the seal was as glad the'other ice;' and often poor Jack in Ican buyVJrlnBf-of Bqttor irf;th whole :if any accident ahould happen to the animal became fully sarare that no harm.done,

that to' 'af Ibo Bni with noise airtwfth Bitchin.'WtdU., the ico suddenly disappears tOwn.-' .; . wbilundcrjout charge,yon could not pay be was the happiest fellow I ever Jemcm- ,
boat Is"fiutened a whal tame fcthaoaed fa M pltto. as yo ; '- his-gamboU on ,- hetrcci .
tone:the'other,crew.took oar,empty boat. sibJe, ,and when .aboat a quarter .of smile ; was thsakfcl,to bit f U:'acquaintance. bead .a '*ttJ'"in ;',;',b Jif.t;tbi IlO 1 i':\''.'You! I ttwUfetf IoneIf'rne I _taikt t.Good it- putw,say*'.hdr to thaitVel ,' : fl:.the damage",iSud't Ins"life-time dyvtte of labor.QU -. .nterod .-.lli tirnc! ;!".' ri&'I b.1tets: "- .
'.ary it was to pull to tbe fish and j I difltaut, they ceaec rowing and the boat !! otbin; wMtlt'CC'Dtjce' to break the l.small uzmt'cment oLf11! tbiprutci, '.. :



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dollar and thirty- bevea- tad a oV&ccnts- ,and Dyeae e\go to: Clay HUl, aad. vote- if tin, 1cfl1UUIrosIe.- ._ I 'nate'small pox'and ydl w fever,.,than the j 'tJ1 1urDcted1lisseftueH.; t, .. --a, : iMUTAOF. .: r 1M"1Im&7WUbr.theil .

health _" would This and cdasteffl,'. : .CocHcit CmAiiacOct.9ISM., : .,PeYtaBlght Iaterfrom California.cwJirpa puwel"to k .a R
darned illd lonr|treat that 'out AS free as c tl fceralt deposes We would call to the adTertisement ,smallest meanest. n.' jjr 1utera11'
i: laid Drew,that ho this deponent. attention it, that the River_St.Johatv Council net. :Present: ;Hon. F. C. Bar- 25 The steam- ti the return ott ; .
airi I TTM wrer scared eo bad To all tny ape ac oTDrMcMJlian's Ilalr Tonic i in anotKercolumn. !> Hnally,. is :iirg4| ,a ;September YJ } .
of their neighbors" Da-: mile wide and baa wilt be lOOn. .. (. .
life." nl at JackeonTil1ei' a ) nttp/nfcnc&inf; ; Conncilmen Acosta, Buffington i Prometheus arrived, with a,fort- t ;
val Covaty although they h'ad AhleTonie manufactured by i. "' _:_ f co:"Ii ,.4 W'
JCelson stood treat for the company. and N.h thie ..a to eettle l': that it .as great: anptftrage to shut, up ,. Cole, .Cal, Hemming, and Williams. later datea from California. She '
jet hating halt\bl'1nontyl fton hand bethom.&b&ppieIfnotLw1zerrnin. line. DponentfsTer.Uh p b.boiesUbs. D. M,1: Ixucshthingbeei: navigation,as it, would be live'that he hinaett aad, maa froni Brandy lo that 'utreanft orjwtehezthe lsngersbroughtt Panamabj tfce iteamspjPicinV Easton
svery tbbroughry tried iibargo at ; Pennsylfvanla. the
Brbr.hd'ed the county tkt h us, and/jCeing MistksippL- this it'1sinsudthatth : 1kfias m and i i- f, k tU Govetn 'JK residence rf
-. .in DnvaL, and Jts: Vpiican'lrecoin- 'of JacksonviHe extend- 11'IM'OYedJ.> .. ": 't 'Toe afiairl of California > the < i; -tM ,tot'
Jt> fetWe BUM was PfcQe, b*t salt wattle & a'l dlhte \.tt .. $corporatalimits _* : .I political!
bo ,
Dr" the eame belief, aad that : f ;9 h new
to eall to UWM rtt tmele or 1 'the': StrJohns-and -r ILid1 tbelSjToC.thepspcrs.. Three I full Tfmtor.t .fon01n
eniloea everybody p I c: edlcompletely across, '. : / :
resided in said of D val*<\Z>eMoe&t : pu Oj o7coMxrTTzxL
.. ...eQiaoelea|>Uiavor. iuire toy fata- er aalth, that county not beCev*their was t .r*.eegnonM was M abev*. rie illegal vote from -. .oart ai I ,: Te: Steamer Jasper,' from, NewYork authorises her, for tfce er&enatiOD'.ofJ thou < municipal officefti'and the nominations, on
UUlataaidoloetioa*. \C for Key West touched at this'place 1ic health, to'; wohibit, the Ingress of the)locating o! .the north:jine:of A'dan each'tkketis-coHiplete.: .* t Ot.Pbiladelph, accunling'to tJ.'ddtp.c.

r ttL' -- '.-- LOTUS NB'O. on Wednesday. Jveni. for a,l PpI1. vessels into.the.waterronder her JurisdicttotV'JTho '! street, made, .foUowing-report: 'which The mining news, Uof'a ,very I cheering Governor Keener it consist: of a shield

ht.llari I 1t ) 8wo this to 7ta and October nLanibed"l, 1834>, ofJueL f She het =dtinsdoiTha1'le cities of fftiche*and Savannah' was'received and'adopted, t.* ","- It eaaracterralthoagh a scarcity or water baa with two snpporters, and ttrruounted fey**
t to -
c=3 // have no uch-Jarge'Jurisdietio gTBut ffThe Committee tQ whont.ira.nferledt1M retarded operations in c rta1n localities..j scroll motto, and is'emblebatie'uf the luV
IJUX LIVU'GSO eatyL ; learn, to!.ran the real point of the whole Question ,the UneEof 'Two men, foreigners,-.detected in?the act of the pioneer and the agricultural. Th.
-, *". ,.dr J-.v ig[ future in the IT.S. Mail line betweenanStMar1ioiiieet1iigat overlooked : cutter of/locating ttorthr. Antonio lower '
ii i f tne baa all this time been quite oy leave 'make the o(4iepeelngofatoeneatsieatSan compartment. of the shield contain
JACKSONVILLE : The. BlettIo-More 1ehl' .,', f, ; Key the our Savannah"cotemporarica.: .';That* .the Adams szec beg .to ,-'If Were dragged out of prison andhnng,witln the buffalo and th* hunter;th* upper eonS'

I We. 'percby the, oturniomMadilon ,, < ,.t.: et e with- the;P which> lp1. Jacksonville Charter nvea to thatcit1dd lowing. }"Tbattheybav.'made-duexandthion report: -- out trial, tcr the nearest: *1 tains,the implements of*agriculture\ The

4 SATURDAY, OCTOBEK14, 1854. cotmty that' Xaxwellsinsjonty, IU St *Marks a pi ,. terms the power WBich; they"bav*' lately aDd find'id street of- the'.proper i !width ??,Three towns hate been'burnt 1n5 the in-? left band, supporter 'is a pioneer with hi i.
) Ottbt' exercised l isrjbeyonl'all qneetion. Word tenor of the SUti Loss SOOOXJL smock frock leggins. rifle and
; ,
thdyDesbe.tenfor :: 'i it in. seventy fed,/andrecommend that the northern I Ii" tomahawks
I i 'a be But ata glvenrfor. Imm in whilst on the the
on thesteams c9utd! not plainer. line'of said street be established T4oBfrbr| waythotins, right goddess Cere*.
:JC3T; The editor of tho Kent will be ab- Assembly by To.Ltgr ; &bor a pecified purpose t wit the preservation., tween the'outer: sidelof: Messrs ,Hernande immense. I with her sheaf, and at their (feet, and ,betwcen -'

from his for a few weeks after (Wig) by three votes : of the'pablw health,and safety. It-exists and Holme's fences, and that Mr. George C" Large numbers emigrants are rapidly .I. them,lie a fallen tree and ax. The
sent ,
post nah Philadelphia. She was at quarantine to these objects motto is beautiful
Levy county Thompson (Dem.) is clcited t no further than it is necessary Acosta at his pleasure run his lino offence arriving.The a and striking tw
tbprNeDt-W8Ueo' -- t below th latter city .two weeks. and must be interpreted" with refer- to may conform with that of Mr. .Hcrnan Chinese are arriving within the last the principle on which: the Territory was
lhe"Asb1y Nor th authorities or organized and consists ,
them of ,
ence to are fortnlftht. JPorvu yKATA'ttanslated
The Dual Election. c1et S. Spr (Whig) tote z. Hon.t,John M. Clayton, ,of Del Jacksonville\ the ultimate judges of their del further cast ask of his to be dwelling.discharged Your from Committee thefurth II. B. Atkins, charged: with tho murder Born of the popular ituW*

"Wb m the gods would destroy they Assembly. There Democrat ware has publishedls letter in fu or'of'tb own powers There are tribunals t higher consideration of the subject.S. of W. S. May, of Boston, has been dis

first make-mad,".'ian old adage which running.. Ostcecn (\VhTg). oJD the KnowjNothuigs.JCSTMorrill. than the Inteudant .and Wardens of that BUFFINGTON. charged. The Lunar World,' ,"

. t. eems likely to bo Tcrifled in the ease of field. Brown's majority Maxwell i town. S.'N.-WILLIAMS.- Two tribes of Dicser Indians had_ a pitch,i ,-}Ir. Craraptpntin a Uttlu.bookentitled

the editor of the Republican. fifty-four. (Ind, Dem.) is elected If the case were brought into Court, wc Committee." ed lattle. I -The Lunar Worlddraws. the followine .
I that tho whole decision would The battle took the 23d Ultimo I
apprehend place
on ,
Governor of Maine. interesting picture of the. appearance which
Jackson the Banner of West Councilman
We haTe throughout tho campaign en County motion by Buffingto
whether it was or On
turn upon the question at the American & .. A large number the surface of that satellite would
: dredtobeucourteouab1ndiiIdu&zuJ Florida Whigr-TI Brown but 4 JC3T Hon. D. S. Walker (Whig) i reelected was not necessary to the health and safety the Board resolved itself into Committee of: was killed. I to a visitor from the terrestial globe present: ,

possible while assailing the principles and majority eles Myrick (Whig)-to.the Register of State Lands without Jacksonville that the navigation of the the whole on the Town Marshal's accounts Business has not improved within the I Choose the period of the last quarter

: action of the whip a a party; and bad it Senate, and two Whi to the House by opposition. St. Johns should be interdicted The to vessel Court Coun ilman Call in the Chair. last fortnight. Advices from all parts of the.I and direct: our way to that darkbawdowy .
coming from yellow fever ports. count1are unfavorable trade althoughthe
been our fortune to have been found on then very small the widest Tho Committee then proeeded to credit spot marked X in the map, and situated at
The Yellow Fever is reported would undoubtedly admit range miners everywhere are nnprecedentedly tho north-east of the
z. portion lunar
weaker lide"after the Totes were canvassed E. Wall (Dent) is elected to tho Assem- t evidence on this point, and would decide the accounts of the Town Marshal for the successful. It is the Mare ; 11!*.

. should have submitted with a good grace, bly from Putnam county by a good major- b prevailing to a considerable extent at for or against Jacksonville according as i it quarter ending July 1, 1854,and after som filarketr Showers, as it is Imbnum called, though or no the water Sea of i t.
ity over Kirkland (Whig.) St. Marys Georgia. that there
.: and bowed the will of the people without GadsJen gives for Congress 43! was proved or not proved, of fever was to time spent thereon the Committee rose- BALTIMORE September 2S.-Tbe flour: to be found there and no shower ever cools

. a urmer. majority, and elects Brw four Whigs to the As- JG3C" Capt.R.II.Stewart, of the steamer danger the shores of the from communication vessels navigating the riv His Honor the Intendant resuming the market U dull, and prices are declining and I or moistens its barren surface. iLls about
unsettled. Wheat and have atilt Ieven-hundn.-dJDiles in
' The editor,of the .Republican, howerer; sembly.. Florida, has our thanks for the latest era But pnma/ociV, the law is clearly Chair. corn Let extept every wsy.
: further declined. i us castour_ around and .
. is smarting under.a double defeat, and hnI Nassau gives 10 Whig majority on Con NewYork papers.JC3S" I on the side of Jacksonville, and it is no Councilman Call, chairman. .en reported NEW You 25.-Flour both weasel A ienert
September boundless"plain_
and elects Cot I. D. Tracy (Whig) butthat of those who dispute ; or ,
(: ing bebe&i hie party cramble to nothing gI her the action of the Committee to the Board State and Ohio brands, has declined fifty stretching away as Car as.the eye cub reach
Senate, and Harley Jones (Whig) to The Yellow Fever in the Cities of her right to bring the question before
and himself s candidate fur the House rejected by which appeared that the amount of cents; Southern one quarter. Wheat has on every side, save in one or two point*
: of the Assembly. Charleston and Savannah has materially the higher tribunal. This is what they been sold! at a decline of ten cent on Saturday's where a chain of lofty mountains be
i by the people, he has lost sight instead of viola- one hundred and eight dollars and forty can
should have done at first
Calhoun county elects Joel Porter(Dem.) abated. prices,and corn at a decline of three perceived whose bdiiant pointed summita
i I that prudence eo essential to his position. to the ting her ordinances, and loading her with one cents, ($108,41) was due from the Marshal cents. glittering in the sunbeam, just

: la the height of his disappointment and Franklin Asmbly.elects i' z. The Cholera is raging to a fearful: abuse for attempting to enforce them.- to the Treasurer of the town,after de Personal Controversy-Almost a Dnel, (Whig)
:l mortification, he seems to lose the respect to the Senate by Thom 70 majority Epp Dr. S. extent in PittburPa Among the deaths Charleston Mercury. ducting the sums of110,79(which Marshal PHILADELPHIA, September 24-A sharp glates upon the plain i* DhUd. and the

t due to himself and the great body of his we observe the name of U. S. Judge Irwin. had already received) and 09,43 which personal correspondence has occurred between neat of a tropical fierceness, for no clouds
W. Spencer, the Democratic nominee. The Whig Party In the South.A Senator of the shelter us. IS) that lightwe may
who hare had Cooper president perceivescattered
Democratic fellow-citizens the due him acount of
sum on
James P. Penn, (Dem.) however, beats I.zThe Election for Governor, &c, in few. days ago, we published in our was preceding Snnbnry and Erie railroad, and Morton over the plain, an iudtttnite number .

:j the misfortune not to adopt his political Thippcn (Whig) 10 votes for the Assembly. Pcnns}lvaniawas, held on Tuesday last-we columns, an editorial from the Baltimore I quarter-for which amounts the McMichacl. Esq., editor of the Philadelphia! of circular pits, of different size and

opinions and hare fade to perceive his peculiar Escambia we learn from the Sentinel. have yet received no returns.MASSACHISETTS. Patriot, casting off its connection with the Intendant was directed to furnish vouch- North American, in consequence of articles depths varing from a law yards to some
:'_ : fitness to represent them in the General a Whig Party of the North. The sectional published in that paper reflecting on the hundreds in diaxneterand, sunk in the bodyor
J ; Assembly. elects a Know Nothing Whig t the Senate .-The Democrats of this grounds which this party in the North has rst.Which report was received and unan city subscription to the Erie and JSunbury crust of the-planet, some of them but,a

' I I over Judge Wright, the regular Whig nom- State have nominated Henry W. Bishopfor taken, throughout New England and in railroad a* obtained by false pretenses and few feet, aiiu others to an unknown 11I1I
Jlis ill humor grossly intemperate
: inee, and a Democrat of the same mysterious Governor and Caleb Stetson for Lieut. New York. against the institution.of slavery imously adopted.ADJOURNMENT. malversation. Mr. Cooper addressed a note measurable depth Abuse the sky la bleck
language are in the worst taste. and het' order to the over the renders it impossible in the opinion of asking Mr. Michael if the language applied! out of which the sun gleams Lie a red hot

,1 must learn, however hard the task may be, of the Assembly rgla Governor. These candidates support tho the Baltimore Patirot;for the Whigs of On motion by Councilman Hemming, to him. In reply. Mr. McM. denied h.s ball; and the stars Darkle like diamond,

t'I.. 4t to bow to the majesty of the people, instead Democracy.The Nebraska Bi.t the South to have any further connection Council then adjourned till to morrow right to question him but said that he was for 1.0 atiu'sphere like ours exists, to giv.m'
I defeated Democrats will have majorities in with them We do not doubt that the ning at 3 O'clock. tn-I: legally, mortally. and personally mponsi-I by its nfkcuve powers the clencioni blue
.I : 1 making his private grief as a both the Senate and Assembly. D. S. Dickinson addressed course of the "1ligs.i i in New York and I E. GORDON, C. ble for that, as for everything that appears I to its heavens, and the softened shade to

4 candidate the source of the gravest charges lard Democracy of )chi, N. Y. a New England will be followed by that par in the columns of the North American Mr. its land. |>. Ihe lights and shades are

:' '} against his countrymen. z- The majority of Hon. A. E. Max few das since, in which he eloquently approved ty in all the Free States. The questionput COt"JCIL Cunan,Oct. 10, 1954. Cooper then sent for the Hon. William :. indented upon its feature deep and darkor

1 1 j In the excitement under which he seems well for Congress will probably reach eightor ,of the principles of the Nebraska by Mr. Webster, on a memorable occasion I Council met, pursuant to adjournment. Cost Johnson, of Maryland, to act as his intensely Lrigui; no avftciung away in

:1 to have labored,be takes it for granted that nine hundred votes. We hope in our Bill. will then occur to the Whig party"' Present: Hon. f'. C. Barrett, Intendant: friend, who was the bearer of the challengeto the distance,no gentle! anti tcauiiful perspective -
of the South; "Where are they to go? Mr. McMichael, who askad two days for ; no lofty twilight, moruing. or
l': his own was the political sentiment of net to give complete returns. from the en- If they attempt to keep up a political at-so- Messrs.Buffington,Cole,Call,and Williams, consideration. At the termination of that evening, stealing over or &.\ay from the

(? the county, and the result not conforming tire State. NEW GOODS.-We notice the reception ciation with the Whig party of the North, Councilmtn. time, Mr.McMichael declined the meeting, scene. All the shadows are abrupt, sudden .

}t'' to the standard which the whig party had Quarantine Again. bv Messrs. Burton & Graves in the Holmes they must lose all power in the South. rETITlO 9. on the ground that it was his imperative; ; all the outlines sharp, clear; appearing -

I t it erected afford him an occasion to fall into We would call the attention of our rea luilJing of a new and elegant stock of i That party is now thoroughtly abohtionized Councilman Buffington presented the duty as a public journalist to animadvert htariLngly near even when really diUnt. *-
by the Seward and Sumners of the North. Stone such transactions, and that he there- >o sound lollows our footfall, or i*
Goods of various qalitics. of David praying permission upon
t a furious passion. den to the able article on the subject of There i is, it appears but one of two courses petition[to repair vessel in market slip. Prater of fore could not be held personally respon ever heard in that silent place, for there i*

'f lie charges upon the Democratic party of our Quarantine affaire in another column OHIO.-A forge and enthuseastic: meeting for the Southern Whigs to punme-they petitioner grantcll.PRF.8E'iIT.LTIOS sible. no atmosphere to conduct it; no fresh

that his defeat is to be attributed "to fraud which we from the Charleston must organize themselves as an independent It is intimated that the correspondencewill breeze blow on its mountain topa, sigh
1! and further declares hn copy of the Democracy at Cincinnati on the Southern Party or they must join the OF ACCOUNTS AND REPORTS. be published in case of any repetitionof through its burning deserts,ru ties throughits
, !I and illegal voting, Mercury. The matter is discussed by theMercury 2 inst was addressed by lion. George E. Democratic party of the South. His Honor the Intendant laid before the the charges in the North American.By brilliant green of forests, or wave over

:l r belief that at one of the election precincts in a dignified impartial manner Pugh, U. S. Senator elect in which he de- We think that it will be very difficult Board the account of Col. I. D. Hart, Su- a provision of the constitution of this meadow; the silence of death broods over

"illefol rating vat prt- rranted and systtmatixed. such as ought always to characterize the himself favor of tha principles of for them to merge themselves into the lerintendant of City Plank Road for constructing State, the sending of a challenge is made a its arid wastes and rocky shores, pulL

t ." discussion of matters involving important card Democratic Party, for two reasons: first, the same, which was allowed misdemeanor, punishable by fine and im- which no tides or billows bre"ki'

An entire community, therefore, embracing principle,without of the Nebraska Kansas Bill.J53T" their antipathies will be in the way ; and The I following contract entered _into with prisonment. and makes the challenger! in
1' petty prejudices second they must lose position by this pol the Jacksonville and Alligator Plauk lload The .
one of the most respectable precincts I It and passionate ebulitions.r Cov. Reccicr of the New Territory company by the Council n as ordered. to be competent to hold any office of trust;honoror Newspapers.In -
of desirable
t in the county, baa, according to the Republican -i I is gratifying to perceive that of Kansas has taken his deporture for the icy.Men are governed in parties as much by spread upon the minutes:'ithdraval of Troops, $c.QCEBEC the union of the so intellectual an with objectas the

been guilty of a deliberate anJ pre I scene of his future usefulness. Ditto Gov. feelings as principles. A policy may often "At a meeting of the Board of Directors useful the ie an
2.1.-The newspaper
in Savannah and Septe.nber seventy- important aux-
4 the and epidemic Burt of Nebraska. be good, yet men will go against it, solely of the Jacksonville and Alligator Plank It u
concerted yillany, outraging right, first regiment embarked for Liverpool today iliary. more. It u ui the
; Charleston is abting. There has been a because those whom they have been accustomed load company held on the 27th day of June
;, the expression of the political sentiment not to be replaced. Other troopswere community in which it circulates and u
, material filling off in the number of deaths A new and elegant steamer called to oppose or hate, support it. Such 1&.1 was encouraged.- telL its ctmracUr well

of the people.Venturing for the past two weeks. None will rejoicemore thc Quaker City has just been completed feelings may be wrong, but they are natural -I ''Resolved, That the Company will build The soon reciprocity to follow.bill has received the roy- as its condition; its lasted as well as, as its'necessities .
the of Jack-
to hope that the editor has by and they constitute a powerful obstacleto I the road though town
T ; than the citizens of Jacksonvill when I I in Philadelphia for the Charleston trade. accordance with the and al assent. ;tile ruurul, as well as the physics)
the union of in sonville in request
opposing parties
this time far recovered his equinimity as ; any po stamina ot and
population to.L
Her is 1800. and she is represented Liquor License Violators. U u the
the disease shall bate ceased its ravages, tonnage licy, however essential to the salvation of order of the Council communicated to them

to become somewhat rational we will which desirable result we hope soon to I by those who have seen her a a sub the country. The other difficulty is equally by Col. Builington, charging the Councilimply NEW YORK, September 23.-The grand map wherein-the auv cuart irucvd to direct uurtci.deocies traveler aIM

1 proceed to show him howby the moat ea/ enabled to chronicle. b stantial and beautiful formidable. Those who drop off from for the expense of the material and jury have found upwards of one thou. anl l and settler to safe and tin

tt. and natural progress of events his party as I cr.T their party,and join their old opponent, labor used in the construction,provided the bills against sundry persons for wiling liquor or divert them from pleasant shouts harborage,
toe aud
1 We St. Louis that in cannot to command. They must funds arc placed with the Treasurer of the without a .. They have also quick-
well as himself has been defeated without z-: are glad to perceive by refer- says expect aaiidd bf social degradation. At home it
ppr sink from of importance for the -the Directorsnot bund two bills against the major, one ,
follow. They a position Company purpose
fraud or dishonor on the part of the Democracy -' ence to the Proceedings of our City Council D. R. not returned to comparative insignificance.Messrs being authorized to use the funds of jointly with the councilman of the eighth brings to our orcsioVs, it imparts to our
in another column that have taken to the U. S. Senate he is sure to be succeeded .Usthold! it impresses on our children it*
t[| and may perhaps claim from his returning they Cobb, Foot, Clemens and Benton, the Company for that purpose. ward, for granting a license to a female not sentiment of ,

: H sense of justice a withdrawal of preliminary; steps towards effecting another by a Democrat equally as ''honest and Democrats, left their party, and joined the GEO. W. CALL Sec'y. a citizen, and the second jointly with the or U its tone; uf'etiu

t the dire anathemas which he has hurled valuable public improvement. We refer true." Good Whig party in the South for the holy pur- The report of P. N. WILLIAMS town councilman of the seventh ward, for licensing -'I oracle, and speaks volumes, It regarded for or as our
of blessed and glorious'Union. Treasurer was laid before the Board, for an improper person. againstus.
saving our ,
against them. to the filling in of Bay street between pose in its business featured be d s-
The Jacksonville Quarantine. Where arc they ? Unfortunately he six months (two quarters) ending Oct. may
k' The Republican! should kn3w that its Ocean and Pine I is a work that ought We have considered this case of much interest for them the Union won't stand saved. Its 1, 1854, by which it appeared that the The Editorial Corps of Savanxab. I x-nicd the.iicutioas of our prosperity-'orotherwise

: party has fallen somewhat into disrepute at long ago t have been done, aad now that and importance, in its bearing upon perils, in spite of,their patriotic endeavors, amounts received into the Treasury during By the subjoined announcement which; !general complexion, in a worldly will sense discovered; but i'bur its

k the south of late and it must see in this the first step is taken we trust the owner the general question of the power of citiesto are as great as ever, and they are regarded that l period was ten hundred and hfty eight appears in the Republican of yesterday, it i moral and spiritual healthtumcss or disease.It .

overwhelming defeat of its fovorite candi- of lots on the street will cheerfully protect their health and safety by rcgulatkras only as monuments treachery.A dollars and thirty cents (61058,30) and will )>e seen that Mr Alexander has gone is the portraiture oi our. imperfections,
co-p sectional the amount disbursed ten hundred and bevnttwo -
with the of
date ex-GoT. Brown, a signal rebuke of the crate with the Council in interfering frdom separate organization on into the country to recruit his exhausted as well aa the chronicler of our advance.
and cents
trade and travel. Southern is defence thirty-nine "
Every city Southern ground-the Slavery_ We hope that in a few
'trengt weeks meI1t.ationa.llnlellIGt'I'er
I project u afliato with northern whigs the desired impr"emeDt interested in the settlement of the questionon -it appears to us, is the most likely policy (1TO72,3)leaving) a balance due the Treasurer -I he may find his health and vigor entirely
The of such will leave intact the for the of the South to On (after deducting fifty-two dollars ninetyone -
which b course th whig Death ol IIoii. Joseph W. Jackson. principles a Whigs pursue. restored; which is perhaps too much to expect -
party tgt not fail to produce a feeling notice with the death great right ofselfperservation t ever com this ground, they compelled to separate cents ($52,91)) the amount of Ins for those whose business will not grant A Short Romance
nor south and We deep regret munity. In all the '! it by from their Party of the North; and on this commissions,) of sixty-six dollars and nine- them leave of absence.Of The following romantic incident is aid to
t distrust at an apprehension by Yellow Fever in Savannah of Hon. J. onr Savannah cotcmporarics!, it seems to us ground, they can, with propriety plant their ty-three cents ($G6, 3.) the eight or nine members composing hive occurred a few years before the Kn -

:j' that our peculiar interests would W. Jackson late member of Congress from that momentary and local interest have organization in the South. Instead of going Wnith report was on motion by Councilman the Editorial Crops of Savannah at the com sian conquest of Armenia. Tbe cirder fell

not b safe in their keeping, and hence the that District. CoLJackson succeeded lion been allowed t usurp the place of general over to the Democratic party of the Call, received and adopted.On inencemcnt of summer we find ourself the violently love with beautiful Anuajuaa

open repudiation of the party by sundryeminent T. Butler King for four in Congress, and permanent principles. South, a largo portion of this party will motion by Councilman Buffington only one left in the city. He to whom nature maiden,and demanded her from her parents.
years have while there to them. The election the Board then went into Committee of the Their supplications those of the'
They was most probable go over the brightest intellect of all' the girl were
the that
If whigs i Slt especially and !"eJ his District ably and faithfully no doubt of ure Jacksonville to of Gcncial Taylor was an instance of, whole on the Tow n Marshals account for I band,gave has gone to his grave. On suspending unavailing; although she had a lover

: by one of the members County Court, by his earnest and eloquent aho of the protect itslf it must not, in tho name of just such a result. And should the sectional the quarter ending Oct. 1, 1854, Councilman his paper, his: first impulse was to send she was but krmally betrothed f'she'.was

Capt. Blitch. With a there influences at interests of his constituents: and tho principles this with tho interest of controversy which sow appears inedible Call in the Chair. After some time his apprentices, for whom be felt a l.velv .. gently earned ott to the baron LurIng -

ii: work, and with the benefit of an increasing of the great Democratic party, to others. But it is the very nature of the arise, they will be the :'jwdcrs in the spent[ therein the Committee rose, the In- responsibility. beyond the, reach of the the night'her lover entered. the palate
' it surprising that Duval,like attach Quarantine Laws. to interfere with the interests control'ersy. They will be the IiehJ of the tendant resuming the Chair,when the Chair- )idemc.! ; thoughtful of others, regardless gardens, and in a low vo.ce couimeurcd
emiraton i other counties which he was firmly and devotedly of othet put injurioueobstrctions great Southern party, which will ad\oo i man reported that the Board as in Committee of himself, he remained ministering tothe singing beneath the windows of the harcn,

I an sundry new 3d. in way ( trade and travel. Southern resistance to the Abolition encroachments I of,the whole had.had..under.consideration I sick, and died. Blame not him who In the hop that she would hear him Soon

t. L should have redeemed herself from whig 3-1O on the Plank Road.** What then ? Have trade and travel no limit of the North, and Southern tnt accoufi'-s or toe lown iuarsnai annadjust.d drops a tear, over the tomb of Chapman! a window'was opened and some.B* leaped

role? t their rights? May they carry about Independence. The Democratic partyofthe tho came, !b.v; which it appearedthat Of his associates, one retired from the out. Fearing that his singing had bvtraycd -
. The affidavit Norton hereto an 'Fast young men" (and old ones to)can plague and pestilence without let or hin- South will be slow again to take the tho amount of one hundred and twen- Courier before its' suspenson-bwth have him he tied; betas he beard nothing

. will how Cap. reliance is to now have a opportunity of bringing out derance 1 May they mark their remorselesscourse lead in such a controversy. They are distrustful ty-six dollars and sixty-sixcentJ J!$} (,() since gone north. more lie crept back, and found his beloved

Dee b their nags end trying their speed on like a Tartar invasion,with the ruin of the Southern Whigs who abandoned was due from the Marshal to the '.1r'Iur- Of the Morning News both editor, Mr. caught in the branches of a'tree which had .

placed upon the affidavit pe i the Republican the City 2 Plank Road-the work hating of towns, the dispersion and decimation of them in the Secession contest oC era Thompson, and reporter,.Mr. Bell, are ab broken her"descent to the ground.. ", tie

&t th cr the votes few since. We communities ? In the last number of the 1850, and they have at the North, the only Which report was received and on motion sent. The forme! was tho first member. )helped ,her down, and ,they prepared ir
been completed a dJ.I now Savannah Georgian we find the following of the Northern association Councilman Cole adopted. flight but being overheard thewKtre
complained of Clay Hill pretint. And portion people in by the fraU.Toity upon whom the' epidemic pur
who is Capt Norton a ? A.rnjiwhohu lived have a continous line of road-plank we paragraph, in reference to Montgomery, with them who are prepared to supportthe ORDINANCE. laid its toucu. Iktown affliction and that sued and caught and;n,the. luonung they

mean, of course-from the foot of Newnan Ala: rights of the South. They can probably Councilman Buffington submitted the of his fcnuV' required his withdrawal- were brought before the Sirdaf whew the

t long in th cntrJamplished woodsman street through Duval streetS west to the "Wo have received BO paper from Montgomery control the National Convention,which following ordinance which was passed: otherwise it'caD baldly be ,doubted that !atter had beard the'-c,rcumstance*"f the-
,who ht foUowe h l creek for nearly or quite a week, but have been showna will nominate the candidate of the Democratic lie it ordained by the Intendant and Moore case, he exclaimed1 see that in the sightof
line where connection is he would still be i pCtMr.!
1__ b branch to branch, and .hot Corporation a private letter from that city d ted Sept. 29th party for the Presidency and the Council of the Town of Jacksonville, "'lhat at the Republican Uod you were alrvfeiyk betrothed. Lovers
\ the associate of Mr. Aleonder; In
t a formed with the Jacksonville aid Alligator wbub announce the death of Judge Benson, a
almost the offices and honors of the General Government from and after tho passage of this ordinance so true should never bo parted. Live
line with accuracy commenced -
and diset-'e
citizen, itatei that there 5 when tin
m b from to in the Plank Road. The work from the line new prominent case of yellow fever on the 27th and 7 were on the will appear still open to their acqisi- it shall be the duty of the ,Town Marshal its was away and very properly k'pt happily togetheraznj God I be with you- !*_

a compau pint pint east to the junction of Dnval with New 28th. It adds"every person who can U leaving! tion or control. They have far stronger to settle his accounts monthly will Mr.ravages Punch, of the Ceorriat len;r !'JJal'Oll boss llaxthuserft'Sketehe*,* '.>
forest, and o whoso h sanctity town. It matters but little about the cotton crop tics therefore, to bind them to the National the Town Treasurer, and quarterly as heretofore away. ,I. .
built the under the with several
; his testimony-an ol!1 and worthy street was by city, superintendence or anything else' as there will be no business done Party; organization, than tho Southern I with the Intendant and on his refusal his family, members"ot which .. The 'Tnenn "er'ins" the,
t had been sick late in ; i nameH"uiy
I" CoL I. D. Hart-while Tor a month or six weeks. Aegm.L Last of all,
to do the Marsha!
o Wbiga. They will fail, it may be,in carry- or neglect so
I.t citizenothisStatowbohugmwngrsyinp that through Newnan street was built by Now we do not believe the statementsof ing their candidate into the Presidential shall be fined by the Intendant the sum of Mr. Alexander his been compiled to take of a &JC tl in -* composed i>f Germans -
1 p her _"i defending a bloody frontier,rifle this letter for we hue the official health I which be collected his departure and we, find ourself alone* its obj'rct Ue development .
parties owning property either side of ; Chair; but this will not be tho opinion of twenty dollars, may as ,having foi
o I
in hand, at the head of whatbis command reports Montgomery for tho 28th and the party and they will strive to hold together in other cases made and provided. Surely we have reason for gratitude the 'in
, street. This portion of the Road was kind Providence of the muscles'and "prv.icienc7 gymnastic
er called a crack company,sung before the sad 29th ultimo, and they say there was but at least through the next Presidential -! Be further ordained,-That all ordinances by which, though with tot the
built under the personal supervision S. lessened and hours of rxercuvs. by! uijthods sl'nilar
tf death of fever vigor, many necessary -
assailant ofhiaiselfindneighbors had made one and no new cases yellow election. If, however, tho Southern and parts of ordinances; militating
Jaksonvil1osf4 D. Fernandez, Esq. Again we cay, trot during those two days. But that is not Whigs organize,separately,a great indepen- against the provisions of theis ordinancebe interumuaion, we are enabled still to apply taught by Otinguon and" others. >ka ,edi-*
foot in he.streets pf labors towards
a print our
I f and what virtue the point. In the case of Augusta we liave and the discharge our of the t
out.yonr fast nags, see dent Sectional Southern party the next same are hereby repealed. tor Albany Espre wai prtKnt #
when ho W'orut1. subjectedto the saddest proof that it might have been Presidential them appointed '
election 'iI1leate at the .BESOtCTIONS. <
their in yellow pine three inch plank. The difficulties and trials a meeting, a short time: since, and was profoundly
tine- true that all this desolation and desertion through which
& wh ; head of the South. Tho two sections ol Councilman Call submitted following
a The of a thriving city all this ruin of business we have had to struggle may furnish mat struck at the calling cftfie' roll
tared the earlier eolnms of the &pu'cf Legislature. ; the Union will be arrayed against each other resolutions which was passed:
with sentiments which then called for and. .Although the plitiC complexion of the at the critical time of the season might on the question, of Slavery and all Na- Reeol"edt That the Street Committee for ter the for another cbapter-"t taken its( be written after with the large number "Smlthe: bclong ig
epidemic .
will ly Democratic in : have been brought by tho unobstructed tional party association will then be dis the east emi of town be instructed to confer departure.The to the in : received the I\r rebuke of this paper. i Legislature b coarse of trade aud travel from a port where solved. Without being a prophet, such it with the owners of lota on both sides or following is the announcement of served him with:' 'f" **

The editor of the Republican should have both branches, we a as. yet unable to fellow fever was prevailing. 1* came to appears to us, will be the probable course Bay street, between Ocean and Pino.trcets .the Republican: Big Smit" little Srnit fromde lhill'Smit

, predated t e forbcarrnco wltich preter- furnish our readers with a' complete list c hat place last year ; it may yet come this of thinb"-Charltlt01l Mercury. and report to the next meeting of Councilan Mr. Alexander, we regret to state, has from de holler &-uit salt d*I Mtimit wit
the members elect We shall do howeveras year,withstanding the last kvorablerc- ordinance providing Hr tilling Bay becj compelled to change his original intention *
jutted allusion to this subject dur 8 up ol ; at h and at the de, blacksmit. shots, fcmit mil i a larger bier

higthaeaaiusbutnowtbatitlsoverandbe A soon &we ara, ir'or the- names ol-, ports.Now,,Montgomery'. 4 Augusta has .the' '':c--itey: Horatio Potter, D. D. has street- the said proper streets width which of eighty ordinance feet shall between urgent advice remaining of his physician'to go, {Into shop 'Sro:t m t "out an. \ rolKn, dmiUTwotwants '
"vro '
assails we would suggest to him persons elected. power protecting itself from so terriblein been elected Bishop of the Southern Diocese recognise tho principle of contribution by the country to recruit hilt exhausted enertiesi suit a v, Smit mit one 1e1 8'ft1t:
U < two legs Smit de Smit nils de
that 1 be will look back t the*columns I of .Jactsoxvuza, AND'.ALLIGATOR PllXKRoiD invasion;who shall blame her for eiercisng of the Episcopal 1 Church of'the State tho owners of. Iota on both. aides of said i ,It is almost impossible.for who' beset Smit;wit de 'pig piP ftet,,SraitpiiMe rig
has been attacked with Yellow
.his own piper, and the commentaries of the >.-At a meeting of toJD Surely, it',(the u, the harsh,utmost judgment, necessary extent' ? of New York-vice,''Bishm- Wainwright' de- -street. regain bis strength,,while continuing Fever in the to I brickyard; ,. Smit mil-tUe junk,s1] ''PMSnritmitde !
Cur ought not to ceosed.STUM. On motion by Councilman CalL a ,Committee Smit'mit 'S
.bolognas one mot
. 'News" within the .
thereupon and hi his it is considered
,huld,in city case particular
rectors' thofee -
: ,_ a rleC Company p1 come from places that are still bowed of three was. directed to be appointed j mit two'lI'es Smil mH de boucpi erZUt,
tion of the comity,. he;may, the 12th ins elected.Presidentaxid.F. down[ under the of the pestilence 3 I JI; ; the by advisable for him to lay in a stock of ,
ppe"oth on ,Pun Moody was scourge : Fiac Et .-The,, ityot,St. I tqinquirc into, and report at next i. mil two'vroei, b'mil aaifde iwiU< eartk
I strength. ,meet tho,changes and laboursol
lep f to,tmnsclf C. B&frsitSecretarj: of I Surely Charleston and Savannah ought no( I Louift has,.ordered a steam fire engine; to sitting of Council the practicability rebuilding :the ,winter. Smit a cigar atumps Smit mispccits.,

1 at t the.refusal of a the Boardo tho ensuing to set up the petty,interests of a few ,*ra- cost $7,500.; It is, to be :.0 constructed Market House.op the'.site of the coming it is ,, for Physicians assure do whiskers h.r,
aten us hat all those who
dora and travellers ,important n
community to him their : Y.e.- against .,right, of acommunity thatsteamniay be raised front cold water, I One destroyed by tha fire of the 5th:April SmitmitnobairtSmi r .
employ ve bad the fever to' take rest and __ .
some Ucotnphunin'g
b pt i. JFgT Thodiofthe'raIlsbassee8enanelacknole4ges to save itself from such evils sufficient work in five minutes from'thetime last i' : > 1 -

ali f ..Ad injuries ..they,have suffered. of lighting kth0'fire j, the engine U tobe."pabIe. The.,Intending appointed- C onci>fi men relaxation; aa otherwise thewill enter A'F-u1P.; ; nt.M Ji"
defeat 'pie
,Whigsin : the:winter in,*keblo.nd debilitated
Stirs ,
or hm., > But the Savannah,papers urge further, of discharging thirty barrels of Call,.Bufflngton, and Cole'as" such'Committee. :. of aotae ntijust Bf ntenca .
1 | the recent election witJcoainggrace.IT. tondition and will be 'liable to be burned
Ct o that the steamers interfered with at Jacksonville ;
minute '
water .the firo 1
ZeUs of Probate pet upon through off when they J least expect ItJ / of.tht, lower jooilrt, waa toldr tbejadge
Utlaptoo Judgi pneumonia'We
W. seems to act that carried the United States Mail and by
npofl either
thiol4jdag. onroetburlines of hose-,and throw- "mIOV..IIEll'f.- .
tor of Daval per.osaflyappear.d and bleurvsy T.Je. .-. -ea to go rUi*caai. e. i TH '_ :Ti
1.1 NO.t wJw bunt duiy.wssi.altb that bfcai there's D nsc'crjngoveripilt' milk.1C3T !' wasbounb1';contract, .to topntebiheupLbcSL.John& fngwatcrtwo ''hundred":and twenty fast -:On motion ,by "Councilman. '-WUIIams_ '. iited1Io1eaptD,: Hr. .A>quita Jua" k -fBut tbo,'cadi'", ia jour ,uncle.. Wfirf.jhebfaintJJf. -
This is"u "
Idz.vltolEzsWDjeapabiisbedU feet distant frpOLthe mouth of the, nozzle.. adjourned. i -
fa ,. fbrfcts JUfvKfcaa.rtt4.M4.kawu:( *( : Hotv_Hugh A. Haralsoflfor, 'manyyears' h&tlettbeyurpose&stbocLher.: ASav, i ,E.;'GORDONIC.; i stycjy \) .' would;JIe dospitle tQ -Then Jrod can go-t*the graniTUer**
t teay.d the eUUnwoU thereto Made sr..fot.JIi' in mush mail contractor .cannot,, b1 'Fatal deut girojrpf tranship,and.! not.' werej kit .'
his -S'
ntno i taat he,4p&..H company'will a r ;.wjt.h"th Postmaster',General take A man- pained James Sccnnel while em- ,JC3T K*c? the Democratic half( rotting.Jts not absolutely necessary.. He hUleen; Roc secretary'iayone-oauiia.1'

f,i.J4ssp F&N u 14Es.k.U7.aisebs4j W, ,.bs .ti.yI GeorgisIi4es4.:>" :. : aw&y.orhim1ttte municipal 'ightiindthr.erpf&cksonvilie ployed irj dt1Cb&iting'mil"on,' board, the tipcts Ja:Knockmg,! down-. ;whlggery&rcklurkii4 '. here through the heat and burthen bfltbedaboverandlikeasoZdewbohasbeit ;Then!Buthisfivonto you.may go,uJuni ther-suhan, .our.'.niece.. *
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I t .
I .M! .n'FOYL-T."o: of the "T td The,quaraateYi&wiVJiItO4 bark Msrja; at Vsiislerbosit'abryceter.i ilstely.appeared- -lv r IWel.tlJe to the d.--I? "! :
oNMceath* ab took".- .c, UftdMtttatB 't/ 'Republican- ** removed touthe ep*> W;nocity. ,ttkcK'cognisance.of the' day, morning;,feU|Into the hoJdC of the vesyeL "fSC A dandy' iff;'iSwawiurkgs"B .1 d\i cosset, fcuY; phj siclanbaftp l '. I'"All th ii 1S go E atOl d08t""f tnilf 1Dl'e'
from the field. ;
., *offer .ovule by said Fi.O'clous:' 'overbSf'twbricfc'Wre { tates Mail,'or* make:any distinction 'be.weratw striking on his b with,such"violence ? ttcni/iaItl-the'nserchin '
thfl 1h"u.frIJnt
rooms ofMr. Fdi
CoU to feral*aU Dyeec a 1 sad a t J lII: carrying It'and l lhereseeb. thitI : ': : {d\htm5 bt t J preseneti* irwW be4-left .
iCO ;
M : :any wa 'cplitoncn. II :4irU< ; : r :. t
b7efri1ai t '.
any 1. !r i .JLUiclonBaystrott.', It hat no more right to dcesimK taken ad.-JJr !"risible DfMIi nimnPtP ', : '. Jb . -' ,
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0.1 n ran inAatbtmy '
Iyot 1c1fELAOflEd0EUT ? jii jiB II'fW"" jJ
\be '.. S? e J 6r, Oiber.tnirew.Tiii, V.S Vl A .J t L sri _. IJP. : Aft' '
Bro.dn any "'llfej or :R binir.Exae tot,"tie#bH Wm asdtarMtys t ,' [ 1J 01
United States: A 1.eJ TJm.t an a4rlaM to I\t_ ttW'-'STA- 1'.. DCoesplafatnt. ,tl. o.utl. ea pDt lrtW .
let .. wdtaJL.A.J tiuJrsaci1 Coat.deee4. Renored ts the Sew Store IB Holssea*
V1'1 Da aiItthU t. .
01 .4" .1 oX. .
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.. W. -r.--- u teally irW i ti k II 4oaQd.eJ.dae. : 4BaU4ln Dr. BaI..1a..
habitation .Up banks It L.'aD Dllhtt._. eha'. ,
peaceful on A.tiew n.w X. ft- ." na.Ieechiwus1.fwgbe. S C BAjrvTAcrraA nBRADLEY .
ifitw .
MiFrr ; Jacksonville
I tori,aaId Eitnta5Dsf.dasiti. Jlns. 1. .:.'ia 'A4d of
Yadkiik River, -in North Carolhm Andre W.8. JMrva Dd..n.:1L; ye.eireJ tit 01- rt cARCOURT A..CO.'S .,
of tbe n. deeded and warn aproval iTU0X OBflhS xiec.lot hub Zndit.tIee5an5th.. 11th of Septombet aXLviNod TtnmtE I.iept eomtaaIU7.I a 2 a '
the"iHuitnout tttntef bad B 3kDsrmutJaeiBattits the most cotebrated and .se.ssu --' 5 1f iv '.44Makst..5Mwbe.trr ,
Daniel Coon*; bitelllcent aignwlndelphyiieian Jhvia ilfd ki i. BBoo thf ,,.fIPIIi tffca roklrac* of >; BwarC.astFonytkBtrwV t.t. .wonelectodJMtMtttof.DITTOS i44 W.a-Jtrst eai.5Zand.s -
Antonio G.W. 102
McKay .
trader so memorable at the *ia the **antrrt who.have .0
beard Finlejr, of Betters Mr*.JLiry. Martia,. acquaInted with tbe re.< "which ."..... this CowV anKeUiBg theproUU ,iftsol ven y ofsakiCatatei 'f .' 1 : AJTQ riazmJiiJAlwayt EtgUvt. AJIwic siuU .

moBeer; ,describe a tract of land' west Bunch Charlos. tBrauwuli ? L>Xlr1itap& 'der'1 poaadoJ.) wbi say that po ,**It will; effect .-. K u Ordered.That all penocu having Tent* Jet quarter tenets ",00 toOO.$ IVtroetM received by tho laUt arrivals, srrnathuuitaadgestne. *! 1_"38'II.t1WI of m 1t4.
the'richest in North America .' Halms aramst the saH Estate a Creditor othenri ill Drawing la,extra charges., : .
or .
Virginia at ,JL J' 2 (.,;Harle, II com than any of lie ntuaeroe* prepariUiowwitawhich 3 .. Ale; ,, f.r..U.4. .
or in the '. In May, 1769 fearing h'wife Browa J'. A. M. ,JlcOonr8 'fboma tbe country II innadtted.' 'An.array( e.oo file their said .claim with the Clerk of "t-U. crflUllem Cousbi,Bruise,, Soaps I'nrM Eydrottacwl b % vulaalte.dfcOTtrr .

and offspring hiring Finely as hispilot BaJa KJ.ard K.Ileo.Joha Eo.f I tostiy,nub Menu beaoownm favor Stabler this Court Is awl for the.aaid county of Patmaaa.OH .l>Mp% Ban lac Fill. ic., JL pvotocfl c the u.S Ta ap **. a*.

and four others as companions ,the Ballekt, Mr Judia )er\in.r.Cbirie,F. Aaadyne Cherry Expectorant, and STABLeS' or before the twenty-lflh day Janaary,A J); PULASKI HOUSE; wkiea. wfil be toil low beat I thonftna yiov ctath*of H y-L** r .
AftdthatthUnoUoebe .
three-and-twenty Blind Jota X... Alexander' DIARRHEA CORDIAL could never be ptodeeed -I 1855. publiaUd IBMOM27w Country order toUrted aad pnaetaalry attended ':'triEhuC ".n.n

young nan, of about the wilderness of *rTgRo,4.A. Moore, J.'W. j oaleM they were tally sal truly-{nod medicine I aper Ia this Vbrnitonc.- a" week,until the PALATKA R ITA.THIS to Phyridantf. preeerivtioos. Mt np with car and .. J. .. iM 1.41.bos
wandered forth through r S.N. Moore I ." expiration of ad period. S despatch. 0 ,. flaeendid5azse4seMspessMidetitodies,5
". Bishop, W.S. ,John irvBatchelder. Therefore we adviw you to make trial d hment V .
UWt, recent
of the Kentucky Given under my hand, at'" this !&*> new aiidplnsint ..
America "In quest Capt.8.3 ..MeGowan CbsmshLoa them with eoofiienre. See desrrfpUve oamplete ". ,! TXAS.Agoitfortho .
teenth d. of A. D lavi. '1 :';$.pfcr the accommodatioa of the Traveling '
know to the savages U "the Dark &11.1 John Mainder, James W. fo be had of the agents. Price'"of th, only 50 y July, Now Ycrk.Pekln Tea Company.Teaef : *for Geatlamea R wO W "*#eSnk5.ieea2.
*" {Signed WILLIAM FORWARD, PaUie and unrpa Md by any one aiUter !net and of 34 froca and besZIby5.wear5.tMseids4ses&ai.4M
Ground" the Middle Ground 81oMoPo. Thomas Morgan Martin seats per bottle or six bottles lor$250. & c iaportatloa varietiee
Bloody O. Jie4. of < C'irtZ Court fL* to ieLA.Uahedissew wenfor the reeeptioeiofBoarJwv a 14toLlls.tbiapackag. aQ wanaaU-J and a* it ubeSoteaonot5.esusiwtbsU ".
of the fire Nations Brewer,S. llartm. Edwin 8 Address. E.A.STABLER A Co, : ,
between the subjects C NCarterXeiaarifl Baltimore, IL 0., Eorttr Circuit if FIorMl4.I.UEREBT .OBeriBtMdea by Mr M. Zawadxkt.whoee xtreaely low |.rte*. a.necL Ladle. .. &.
and the Cherokees. After long and fatigaing CERTIFT'that the above U eemeat car will be to pleas an and Dealers swvplle4 order iils at weaAef mil*'
orphan We 7\*.P.4&>, ,. aoerrs. a true every tComntry (ny boo it. tie.eel :
journey through mountain ranges, Carman*!!J.D. .-. '0.. t Dr.- :H. Ba
the party found themselves in June on the Clinton C. M. Odom.W Q.' :MiUaa, Jaekamville, Fla Win.I hand and the Seal of office, at the &. 8.GLINSKI1sep26a. OARDCT 4-JLOWEB SXED9 PLANTS, Ac, theyowif of oweouatry. may U Uwartod or

lied Hirer a tributary of the Kentucky Coward Anprew JL Ogair,' WIlL Sheffesele Palatka. Fit Court Horns in Palatka thi*.19th day of July, A.D.,1854. < S also alvan. kept on. hand.Jaty thtrrMral Mapdo' n.r..aIrIIJ"tuf trttd

the, din eminence surveyed Coward Andrew W. 2 OUveros, John B; oct 7 \o. Ill East Bay Charieaton, S.C. S-GLIXSKI J.'Me Robert Baker 8-tf_ T. ). ** iN Aa <;Bta eaMO.thofcotto to penpiroin
and from top stretched Cordin, Stephen IL Oberlander, Christ july29-6m_Clerk ojr C.C."P/Iht4_ "0. a rary unhealthy.annseganA;beaide an aodaagerom
with delight the beautiful plain Carter Joeeph dtoea ,Rieh*rd Give them a Trial. ATTOUXETT AT LAW, SOLICITOR IX NEW SKYLIGHTTHE *wear to eeittMrJen Icy weather,lib
aortbreast. Here they built Insolvent NoUce India rubber. While the latter mass the feet to
to C.rDaD Thomu
their shelter and began to reconnoiter and Clark, Capt. Parker Jabs? S.r.- snoceeied Mercenary in rustinZ person upon have tho in to community many instances worthless Stars or FLOKIDA I CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC, 1agpffhnt\ Q9aUrry; appear extremely large, the ,.'. being
that County of ExtoL J this din of cork poemliari ,
to bant. All the kinds of wild beasts Coalton Eager, rellegrae, Obed 2 preparations, claiming for them great medical AND a mere fvrpand.
inside, doss not i***.tho*u**T Iho****..*
elk Chambless Fred 2 Parker O. II. AXK JONES Administratrix of the
natural to .America-t.he stately ,virtues that a great many individual refuse I to POLLY Commissioner for the Atlantic and Gulf SnbuerrierWgs to
were the wildcat D Perkins Capt John W. of John A.Jones d deceit having; filed leave inform th*ehiceos & **Ute foot to eppest uaiUy. ToCUdMkthoy
take not sintioocd I
antlered thing by a phiyskian.This -
the stag any
timid deer State (. yiUe and Us that ho eLi ,
the Hiram in written suggestion of the vicinity. an extremely uluW.rr.. *a
Dnpont Mn. Jane V. Parish myoSco a insolvency
sanction has been bestowed STABLER'S *
'the bear the panther and the wolf- upon aug. -1, continues to keep open hi-: .. .' ..eft wUho ftrUa *haan'tU. fhoirexpense 4
Dunbar Capt C. Patten Wm. B. AXODYXE CHERRY EXPECTORANT and of said Estate; This is therefore to DOt, all per

couched among the canes, or roamed over Drew, Levi 3 Pomeroy, A. C. DIORRIKEA CORDIAL more than five hnndnd sons having demands against raid Estate to present Mcintosh ,,NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY, U*o alight asIa scare need meat feat ho-.

the rich grasses which, eren beneath the Donntnt, Mr*.Marjret Pomerey D. R, 5 instant Indeed many medical men whoknjw them duly proved and .authenticated to the McQueen ea Forsyth Street. vx-riaA door wectof Dr.not alicia, thoM who aatroniMtkm viB M th *. **w v.A S1y
out of Cornelious Plumer Mr.Dowin& I Judgeofl'robatesofsaldCountyoDurai on or ATTORNEY AT LAW dlKtJn bill stuck cfi1JUa'-Aesuly.
thickest shades sprung luxuriantly Drew their virtues regularly prescribe the Erpccto land's re.ideatey .
I before the first of March next when there S *tho HyJr>tu t>a **>*gmcc kaow .
Mr Anlclia Pata Miss. day will
the soiL The buffaloes cropped -ant in cases Coughs, Colds, and diseases of Jacksonville. E. F. Where he IT prepared to take picture*hi a manner .'w
generous John Price Miss Rachel A.Duwling I be a distribution of the fund belonging I to **Jiacrauto MJaM liiiPli '
the Dowling the respiratory which come under their pro-rata not II. ha .
or browsed on organs surpassed by any *xpored no expense ia London ICaaeheXaev Bkmiwfh
the herbage Last
fearlessly W. Pin Travis 2 And in all of the aid Estate, amongst the Crediton thereof. year 1
diseases his
ctre. too such ia Room
Be M Pearson fitting up having pleadkf JWU AaaVnamburgh.
ana were more frequent Otez UW IHb&a ,
Liverpool .
leaves of the reed Duke W O. R Witness, hand and the seal ofSSAL ,
ai Diarhaa Cordial u prescribed by them with the reception room for ladie, fitted up ia a neat and
than cattle in the settlement of Carolina Drake, Edwin Reed, Aron rtmost confidence in its beneficial effect Give [ ] laid Court of :'robate. this the S ATTORNEY AT LAW.. tasteful ttyle, besides left largo fin Skylight'ena and Berlin,ear. eal'..reached 1i-
there were hundreds Rutherford Samuel 2 23th day of August A. D, 1854. Fla. 450 pain of cork Sole, Tab y aTtaraamrwill
herdsmen. Sometimes Dixcluon these excellent medicines trial. See descriptive Jacksonville. bling him to take picture in group or vtngty,ia _
that. .
in drove and round the salt-licks .., Mis Dawby Rosenblatt Brothers 3 pamphlets,to be had gratis of tbe agent Price FELIX LIVINGSTON. dear or cloudy crsther. lie fails! eonftdent fit AgiLe surpass .their' a*
Faculty era**
amazing. F Stab William only 60 cents fur each, or fix bottle for S2.50. Judge of Probates of Dual County. Felix Liriogston giving satisfaction to afl who"may favor him( with RmntUiU *j C
their numbers were a prerveutativo- Covon CorD .
John L. ang26-6ia *
Fain lira E. .\ Rodger
first time a calL U.ia thankfhl tot past favor, sad hop*
in which for aparty aJtax a aad Connrrnosr :0-4
The summer French, }. Robert, BeryFvrster New Store New Goods .. AIO BARISEE A'ITOlUiEY&COUXCELLOR AT LAW, to receive a continuance of the same. Thee who ,
white men enjoyed of the brilliancy Lewis Richardson Jame Jacksonville. E. F Mis' Sax pre ,aiz,3Cu-.-a')
of Capt. do not want pictaren are respectfully invited to .
11 d.
Elkhorn TIlE Subscriber having just returned from the u. o ir, : loons' do. do 30 do.EosV&Meufl'do : ,
of the
of nature near and ift the valley Ferries Francisco Role Frank L attend to any professional bnaiaeM en call and exammg his room and specimen .
: North i WILL a 4ovth
Lot and t
now furnish
prepared it the Citi- (Shop on corner of Fortyth Liberty-tti,) -
the of Frohock Milton 2 Rowell Martha to him in the Court the Eastern .
occupations M. W. ORATES.A
in 8-tt
passed away S lens of Jacksonville and tbe sonrroundmg Country "/rILL dispatch all jobllu a workmanlike mac July Nexia-Trnz*. RotaOr Prieao .u d. i
Preach Shepperd \ Circuit and of the Court of Tallahassee
exploring parties and the chase. But one Jeha Santo Mrs with the larzest and tmt iMortment of 1nor.. Plan*, Ac, will be famished free Supreme : FLORIDA IRON'WORat& < very.nheral aUowaawo to Job>*n aad Wb4eenIe .
Fuaa LydiaFoUom He ha also inch connection with
I an advantageous
Boooe'd 'eom1o&n una dropped off, Clothing; 'arDi-bing Good., Slits Cap Umbrellaj. charge. sept 16-tf I su that say..may mel*> 1neio.i :. I
by one g M. 2 Smith, Henry an able Lawyer at Washington City a* will ensure R. W. BIGOS t Co.. MJafktmrHU I
alone with John Stewart.- | Walking Sticks Carpet Dags their sale,whOo they ar*a&.adthaj',.JIe; j
left L. M. wdrkk. WillG -P
till be and collection of such claimimay
was Fursum I a prompt speedy I Fla.
Boots, Shi itAc.. Oheap toro.IIEMtr ia .store daatofgoadtVFor
in the | Gaiters :kept any among any .
jointly found unceasing delight Sninmertin John ; be placed in his hand against the United now prepared to execute protnptlp order 'i
They ever brought into E-ut Florida which he will en- E. W. CLARK, ARE term*, apply to S '
wonders of the forest, till, one evening near Green C W. Sams, Sail Savor to sell socheip, that Ihttigklett SXin Flint State July I Steam Engines, Saw 31111,, Sugar lIilll IlAkCOURT, BRADLETACOs. p
.Sreef.THE ,
John W. 3
taken Gill: Thomas Snell and Pans, Grist Mills Uone'Powers Iron aadBraa
Kentucky lliver. they were prisoners cannot go unstwfipd..y"Terms 3d Aaa Street, yw-Tava. .
Gemnnjr.: John Sbroads Capt J. P.3 away Subscriber his received and i Fraser. and variety I J
icrvr like them a large elegant Phillip *Casting*, every Machinery. -
In :!. wan -CASH OS DELIVERY.J .
. by a bond of O oi ii M-invii Stevens. Jaiues X aowrtment of GOODS of different and Blacksmith Work Saw 1UU CHEST.- .
and joined by L.RIPLET. kinds setlcced ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Casting Forging JG2TTHE: ,; 1
flves. They escaped; were (nKths, George Sct>.\OO S. by himself and particularly adapted to the Steamboat and other repairing.. 'f
Bay Street 2 doors east of Bisbee t C&DOva.OcL. JaeksontiUt Fla"IT7"ILL SIR ASTLEY COOPER BART.,]& .
Itoone'tf brother; so that when Stewart was nigne, W J. JJunti Aadrew wants of this section of the country lie respectfully ThaI will continue the manufartiiTe and keep ,
after killed by fcavagu, tae first victim Gary Levi Siailh, 0pU David 1-31 invites a call from his old customers and thepl1t.1 attend to any professional business enVv constantly on hand heir variety of Plows, Timber I the eminent Medical Practitioaer ha*left t

t soon the hecatombs c.r white nuntUIn Gou-lwm U Stewart Jjtin D. FROST & BOULTER c generally. his stock consists in part of trusted to him in the Court of the Eastern Cart, Chain, Ac, to which they respectfully invite Valaabl*Ujry to th* world to hi* ;
; among II Smith, IL H.Huter. Circuit, and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee Great Preventative .f.., j
patronage. july 8-ly I
their desperate He has also inch
in connection with
by Soott W W. an advantageous AND
M-m Sosan General Commission S i
for the love)?* hunting ground, l uo-c ull Hall J,me< Stocinn, Mea Sally Merchants HARDWARE,CUTLERY WOOD AND an able Lawyer at Washington City, a*will ensure TUBSPJBUFIHi UNFAILING CURE FOB PUlilONlBTDISEASED .
share aitu imu tue 101 State Street. Boston, .1lU6. a prompt and speedy collection of inch claims as
SinJair D. :
Lad his brother to IliillirJ, MU: M. F. Capt SHOES,HATS AXD CAPS,FAXCY .
J'Cr.I sad the vrilderne'.lI. the baiMing auJ toweL, C>tpt. ebotel.1, John "TTTILL pay stri
occupying the first 'ttape ia KvuUc-wy. II rrinn. A<* Saiaaelu John VY I of LUMBER, TIMBER COTTON and PERFUMERY, Ac, Ie. Ac. july8J. COMI-K1SI5O Sir A.C. Bart invented and advised th* uso

In the spring of 1 77>j., Uut brot-er rv- lltrrin, 1%'. S Smith Smith Iieniiainlazrinton Wm. T.Htrvey.Joe other oct 7 Southern- Prodac R. B. BOULTER. All of tho above Goixla will be cold on as good B. Coker, Steam Haw Mill Corn Mill Shingle fth* t:
tor !horses .u.j terms at house in this Lath and Plaining Machine, MEDICATED
tamed to the M-ttlcnu-nts ElUha Smith John G. a* any city. ATTORNEY AT LAW,

!; supplies of a-.n'initnn !leaving the rvnowned ginlmitboni, D II. :Snowball J. C.Ilirdi. White Lead White Lead July22 II E. W. CLARK. jnly 7 Xctcnawrillc, Fla. ly located at East end of the city are prepared to TO all penon*of an age and eooditoets.a* .s> t

rum and safe
a against
hunter "by lu.u>?lf -tn-tut bra I ., Dort. [FannieSallaiiG II. QOOO Kegs pure White Leid at 8 cents rer lb. execute orders furLtInER I Asthma C>ugh; Cold and roseepini.Bronchitis ether aflio ,i

or saiLor ..uLr.. or even a '....>c >r J .'" I IJ llrnlein.. CIui.luUl.L5mlth D. Zf 2,COO Kegs Xo 1 do do at 7 cents per ft. /cg LIVERY STABLE.i Smith & Bradiord, SHINGLES, AND LATHS, twos of the Longs, which acb from the exposed f

"The iflea of a beloved w.te" an&ioua lor rLslL. A .. Shannon., SAmuel TII The awn forms a beautiful brilliant white super i Subscriber is now Ireparodtoaeeommodat. ATTOUXEY AT LAW2SLIC3T5H at moderate price', dcliveraUe on their wharf for state of the chest according* .;

J tinged his thoughts wilii aJnesi II nder*
I his safety,otherwise the ctux-rtul, iiK-J ta- tnaor E IL Tbomp on< 1in Ann Jan JohN COMMIXS Sole Aent .m fret rate style, from splendid horses and ear- 1H i CHAHC-BY: WTermsMII..J*J "The Protector"i* simply a chemically prepared i
but TiotCa.ia.iHall
; Hern. lUiroa 274 Killt Strttt, Ctiralcttan S Cr down to horseback and 2fcvntmsiUe Fla. COTTE3 I II fur lined with silk and
of wealth liW".ng the Alf.-ed iiiigi, riding. Alligator Ajply to, E. A. padded, which su.-peai
careless [ Wm Tboinp-oii tr If in case this Lead uustufc-
tire any
man protei Parties waited on at any boar of the day ornight. WILL attend promptly to all buiincn entrusted On the premise trotnthoneckcuy.ytb.ebstin ..oagrs.a&L.amanner
use of the rifle,nut tie iI ..lg'l: ul'Ito stroag, J Tresper C. II. tory, it will be liken back ant all expends pail Cells made to any part of the cty: for persons to them. N. B. Corn ground on toft, at any boor of the that one w-jro, it become aecseo'/y, sad
Tiiamon. TbimothyJohiuon
frame in the igur.ias hcaitU of early Johnsin who wish to take the steamers. day. july lS- m I i a comfort.
e robust E A. Jamel.\V. 2Fohueu Notice to Mariuera. H. wnir. swim I n. BRaorraK I -
I manhood, of I lKk>ks butt ,John Thiuias Thumpeon Jones E, Every exertion will be mado to please. Office at Ui tJ.tor. I I Office at Xewuaasville. | "The Protestor," aBbiagalat recently Jar NEEDLED CHANNEL ENTRANCE II A BLISS :> eel into Aaerioa i making rapid threaga
and forest life ever o TO PORTS july 7-ly Jacksonville Foundry! progree
the forest Ti. Mrs 11.iDlUK f
in Jacques Mrs. Elisabeth oo, I
foot. from men, MOCTII.Peacock's July S-tf Near the Baffingtoo House y | the United States the Canada. South America
tracking the deer on away Thomas JosephKnTrht. J. M. MURDOCH 'rD and the West Indies. It ha-for a feg' tim

yet in his disposition humane geierous and M. A W Refuge Buoy-Beacons Administrator's Notice.IX f been a staple artitil hi England sail oa Iii,-

gentle was happy in the uIlUltcrrul'tlJUC.cession Kennedy,James Wells Charles OFFICIAL information has been received; at this: MONTHS f.-om date hereof I will apply to :Ph.ys1.:n.tiHAS MACHINE WORKS., sent Enrcpe, .t. it"has wunTiaay *a a-
L Wilson Andrew J the Judge of Probate of Alachna EFla removed his office from apposite tie- Bnf-
S f pleasures. Offi.-e that the Red S. W. Buoy of the Kiinfttf on county Subscriber having made ittcnaive aad tries to the position clan article of de *
syhan [iell, W K.2 Weak-fall Mr. Julia ., for a final dmcharge from the further administration : House to his dwelling, on Fonyth-it, TIlE
with be the western side uf the XeedJies Chanel, and the impnvcrants lo their estaUkhmeot To duaomtrat*the** facts aqua*ot aa/ EDgtiala
He held unconscious intercoone luty Limes,J mes 2 West Merits Black Buoy on the southern extremity of the Spit cf the Fstate of Thomas. Pyles, decei. Ilnr)1ra. Doggett' July 1ly are now prtpare-1 to furnish residetinyeur vnirnty;tf:.**ka wBx.of

Old at creation. IAny.[ Abrl A. M. Z Sand off S-mtn-sc.i C
One calm.ummcr'*evening as lie climbed Leinbaas, Capt. G II. Zybtraw, Edward _tit Harbor, h eve been removed, and that their: : August 2G.1954. (sepIMIm) AdminiftratorNotice. S. Williams, 1 to 100 horses; any power : WTraocT BXCOCKSE TO cocToaiaoof any kiad. Th

a commanding ridge, and lone ed out u1"nthe Personj wUhing any of the above letter will plai-es are now occupied by Peacock's Refuge ISuoyiMUHDr i COMMISSION MERCHANT Haw 'U1I"; cost.wtuillg Shea&I_I. .ViI-sad

remote 'venerable mtraulani*" tnt ,1e.s sty they are advertisei or they miy not PERSONS are hereby cautioned agatat; I Jackionrille, FlaEEEP3 Sugar 31111*; ODe will Lest some ,. 2lo ODe who valaea th*
them. WILLIAM OROTHE. P M. These Buoy-beacons, which are constructed of ALL I. health of buns*! W hi*fanuly will lie wtfhoat
., Lmp-c get C in Horse Powers;
plains and caught ; >r, or any way using, a Bouoty constantly on hand and for sale a general
carer ample Ohio \ &old bounded .10O REWARD. iron, are ten lercd very iiuMpijuous tiy their large Land Warrant No. 11,859 for 160 acre ull&II.I I. assortment of Grist Mill, thc-m. Th lioepital ia thi*country an ant aloao

in the distance of the t wuh *ize, upright position ant <-->(Ual frame-work. issued to me under Act of Congress of Septeuiber.IV I GROCERIES AXD PROVISIONS and aU other machinery used in this country. I. recommending them butnpidly mtrotlacag them.Hsrconrt .
land of his artection* in-jcst.c The of the frame-wark is terminatedby Bradly 4 Co.of LMMJOCV and .-
the upper part >, on the 16th day of December, 1S51, M said : best Iron and Dra C..Urp.t .
grandeur, his heart exulted in tin rv-ioaItK a glass reflector, which in the Beacon Warrant was last lost out of civ ion tome : of the selections, ; .Saw 1U1,. harrfreJrteg, t trt jTBglaad, were originally enlruateil with th*.

kid w:,avcreI. "AH th,n#. were*iiL" on the abiDgies it 20 fuel and in that of the time in the month January, iSoi pmac, iota where i hail will Mil tbwm elsewhere lower tnrCM in the>H South.baD they esi ube at abort notice.. manufacture of the Pivtocturv b/ the lamented

luacli as o:took a IcaC ..IIdndlld \. .LAMAUOX BV JAJEa i:. BHOOME COW Spit-sand 14 feet aWn the wAter. between Jacksonville and Black Creek, and I intend bought lebcralpriocii. ir All mxhinejy purchased from n* will bet t Dr. Cooper and routine maas/ictvr aceordiat
breeze *o taken in at
X.t a There is deck : round these I Country produce exchange to fit original inatractkA,and there&r retia
a refuge or platform applying to the Commissioner of Pennons fora put in operation in any part of the State, by
"f nrect xs
fountain Tn: TITE or FLORID :
a lire new a r.\oR: or bii>>ys, with a seat and rail about two feet above duplicate thereof. MARTIN EXXI, competent machinists, when desired and upon mend thorn who would wear "Tb Prutector," to.
tee and fcantej; un the lion of a ouck. lit 'tTII ERE.\S. Information hw been furnished the urfac-e of the wter.POSITIONS.. 9w Warrantee I t reasonable terms.Drawings see to their being gwtain .
bee dourer \,V me, by the Sheriff of Uernando County, that sept To 't.11e: Pub1l.c.TUE Reunite TiiatsASTanx
was no more alone than a among I i and Estimate fomismej, without amcu.ajinviPatrst > C
SELPH with the sane
with the CUARXICKJ charged: Guardian Notice. MOONEY t GOOKIN JitDiciie. 'I
*. but coiuinuncd fam.Larly der of Thomas Slanfield has brokenjail and is The S W Baoy-Uacon of the Shingles lie, in I UNDERSIGNED, succc d"h to Hexav I charge. RETAIL PRICES.
universe of life. Nature was Ids intimate 6; 3-4 fathoms mile f tbe la 1 U hereby .that thirty day from No. 3, Holmes' BuiI1in. have in July 8-tf Founder and Machinists
whole BOW a fugitive from justice water one Kast > oho NOTICE I' i ___ __ ____ GUT SIZE, - $1,each
an 1 as the roving ".*.d.IUau .V0ir tierefore,, I Janus E Baoove Governor Shoal ; its marks being theRed Beacon. OnHuivt d.lte. I shall apply to the Hot Felix rtore and for tale, i LADIES' d
confidingly on her bosom, she resp-jaded to of the State of Florida by law, do hereby offer a Point in one with the lIgi; Light-hoo E. Livingston, Joke or Probate of Duval County, : A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OFMERCHANDIZE Sarannah McdUal College. ECTS' 1 MIMES do. . 7S g,.

reward of one haitjrei dollan for the apprehension X F., sal the M.d,lie Xee.lie Rock in one with for leave to sell Lot number one in square number : SESSION l3543.B.D.Assot.,31.D.J'rtsf.Theery. ILIRCOUP.T BRADLEY A CO
his intelligence. J Imf his sale delivery the Xeed L S E E. 1-4 E. ten, in tim. town of J Jacksonville belonging to Eliza
rock and the f Jant"n: ,. the of nH Cb irniik elph, ght-houfe, by and PracticeofMedkine. flAn Street t lOi Naaa Stnet.
Fur him the h the Slierifof Hernando County The Bu>1-;",en on the extremity of the Spit Jones an orphan and minor the same to be sold Confuting of Dry Goads, Groceries Provisions New-Tech ..s.'

leaf and the blade of grass ha I lile ; Utc Jits Cairaick ..Sdph is about five feet tixinclie Sand; moored m 22 feet water, (out there if no for the benefit cf said minor. Hardware and Cutlery, Cru.kery and Glassware P.M.KOLLOCC,M D. Prof of Obttetric Principal Warehouse 103 Wood Strut (:Aep.ia,

cooling air laden wiLts the will perfume, high about twenty-four yean of age stoat channel between it an I the Spit ) From this Beacon J. B. HOWELL. Hat and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Sad.l'.ery! and i a W.G. ECLLOCK,M.D,Pint of Surgery.C. London, ManafMtorj. JJarUt Strut ...

came to him a* a friend; the dewy morning iHiilt little stoop shouldered, dark hair, bloc the mner or eastern Sw-U.-nuray mark appears aag 25-1 ra GnnlLin. large a**>rtm.nt of Book and Stationery and all .W.WEST,M.D,Proc o/iledical Chemistry. tfutttr, England --

him in its euiurace the true eyes ,low c speech resolute manner sal hdf.. y between St. Paul's Chapel, and the west Notice.rJIE othrr articles suited to the trade; to which they ILL.BTSDIL.31.,ProCMateriaMeilka and Therapeutic H. B. A Co arecsUMiArug Depot t th.*al*

wrapped round al .mi hun as so cast coouten ince. d".D-1 end of the I irge Ch Uk P.t, be.irmg X. by E. ME CO-PARTNERSHIP, under the arm of invite the attention of the public and uk them to *. of The Protector" in all part of _. Pbyrician -

fttood up gloriously ...>1"Ii forms Witnesd my hand ant the gre\t ., and the It* k Mill lie in one with Portsdown PICKNEY A CO, isthisday dined call and examine their stock before puixhaying E. II. JLiKm,M.D, rot of Instituted ofiledieine. *, Surgeons, Druggist, Clothier,Dry Goods

many myriad of cixnjati the Sute of Florida, which t hive eansIEAL Semaphore; X. E 1-2 E ved. The Attlement of its affairs bv mutual elsewhere as they flatter thenuelvei that they Idenhayts,Hatter and MeDians,also Geatl Ma'.

wore the character u' per.L Uut ] *d to be affixed hereto Done tot the By order of the Lijrht-IIoune Board: agreement, devolve on WILLIAM M. WNNO, can rail a* low ai anyone eb, for cash. or country J. W.Ho w AED, IL D. ProC Anatomy. FDl'I -Store-Keeper arooatraetod. with th* S

how could he be afraid ? namphing ox'er capitol, in the city of TalUhweee, this THURXTU.V A. JENKINS, .'". to whom all person having demand or being indebted produce. J. B.Rcan, M.D Prof of Pathological Anatomy wholesale and retail diBtribotiod el them acid to'

be knew no (cam. 1 be perpetual 5la d ty of October, A. D 1834 TaEAICRr DEPARTMEnT, are T.I: II. BURTON. | 31. W. GRAVES ,and Demonstrator(Anatomy. whom liberal term ar*offerd for their aterpriee,
of the wolves by night round biseUage JAMES UROOME OJ-et L ,\I-JIlJlUe Board, Sept 5 1854. r.Cerre..LWILLU1[ M. TCXXO. fiT W. IU )!. Gitavn would respectfully J.J. WEST M. D, Assistant Demonstrator ctAnatomy. and a splendid opportanity open to lhe a ttt sat.ndpruitebinbos.usuo. .

howling his bivouac in the brake ras h.s Governor of FunJBy %- It. a PINCKNEY Ja. inform the public that he tin continues the 4
or the\tesh REGULAR Course of LECTURES in this ia..litlltiou. For to ,
1554. terms apply 1
: Charleston Angott DAGUERREAN ,
be had in surveying StI THE .
joy la: 'or
and by day Sale
diversion ; F. L VILLKFIOCK.Secretary Sept. I 2J3 will commence on the first Monday ILIRCOI-RT BiUDLEY.oCO.,
the various species{ of animals twit or Stite.Ovtober I "HE Subscriber would of dupose hi* property in cue door west of Dr. II. D. Holland'residence. in November,and terminate in the following March 33 Ana Street, 3.w.Yerk.U.8.,

surrounded him. lie loved the solitude 7, 1654. foctl4-3t] X J icksonviile.Sail The Subscriber. Jacksonville, July 8, 1854.rues. Preliminary lecture* will bo delivered from Monday 3IcchanlcsInvntormand

than the towered city of the hum of property consists of two I a comfur Continues the business heretofore carried the 16th day of October tie commeo.emcut Jfannlactaren. 'I
better on .
.100 REWARD able dwelling house pleasantly located at the cities name W TUXXO. PINCKNEY A CO,, To Planter and Lumbermen. of the Regular CourseR.T*hi-b no additional 570. IN CASH PRIZES. &57GL

business. Wext' end of Bay street upon an eminence which his al fee will be I"Ctl li J. Students have free ames \LcnTuop Saamnc AauicajiM
1770 his faithful and tenders to his friends the renewal ser rsa
Near the end of July, .ommands a fine view of the rivtr WILLIAM M. TU&ondersigned having formed acopartn.n&Ip to the Medical .ud Surgical Wards of the SiveanahHopiUL the loth of It I
old vices. TUNXO eminence oa Sptombr. bchasiy
lrotbercame back to meet him at the Both lute are enltivatcd as a vcgeUlle and Sept 1 2)jJacUou the purpose of transacting a This extensive charity i I under tie medical devoted to the advaaca of th*intonate ef Jechania -

camp. Short after they proceeded together flower garden. General Merchant Business at control of two member of the Faculty by whom 1rnutors, **'__+*A4 Fomwrt,

to Cumberland Hirer, giving names to ?SOCLAMATIO.V BT JAMES C. BKOOMC. COVI.RNOR For term, which will be accoraodating, enquire >llle aud Alligator Plank Itoadompauy. MAGNOLIA, F F., clinical lecture are delivered. In addition to this, aad i iI edited by men practically atiUed ia

duTerent waters and be then returnedto Of TilE STATE'OF FLORIDA. of the subscriber on the premises.jRll22t1' (' would pectfull can the attention of all who are they have ample opportunity for leaning practical andKieooe Probably ao other juacaai *f. th*

the and children; fixed in his purpose -i Information has been furnished C. M. PICKERI G. N'OTICE ia hercty. given that an application desirous of purchasing cheaply to their Urge aDd medicine the College CUoque,which is open daily am character.rtoively evtulated, ov _

his wife I WHEREAS, Sheriff of Uernindo County thai at tho next session of the General well selected Stock consisting in part of to patients. neraQy stemd for it.practicI ahtQ y. Yvlyalltb -

at the risk of life and fortune to bring I WILLIAM SELP1I, charged with the murder NOTICE is hereby given that six weeks after Assembly of tho Stata of Florida turns amendment Dry Goods Groceries, Qaecnawaic, Daring the past session upwards of two hundred VmhaltU f<**xtf whk-h.isa* weekly

them as soon as possible to lie Kentucky. of Thocaa bUnfield has brokenjail and u now a ap"pry to the proper oflke to Washington of the Charter of the above named Compa hats Cape Uroekery and Glassware, cases were prescribed for,and over thirty Sugireal from the Patent Odes ace iUiMsraW*ri* JTujrninr -

which be esteemed a second Paradise. and U BOW a fugitive from jostioe. City D.C, for the renewal of my Bounty ny. I July 29-3m Boot and Shoe, Drag, Medicine*, operation performed ia the pnMtate of tbe Student and the claim of.all th* PUaw saw pah.G ..csbedrsgs1arI5.keseJnesa.ibsy
.Y:: Vurtfort I JAMBS BHOOME, Governor of Lad Warrant No. 39,696, for (90)) eighty Acre Iron, Nan, Paint Oils wt the CBniqnew Material for Anatomical in\eatigation sea hsaed

The Iilibmaa's Darn.An the elite of Florida, by virtute uf the authority iasaed in my favor the ICth of June,1852, and sent NOTICE is heeby given that an application O.neral Hardware and Cutlery Window Glass. *will bo abundantly apftied. Fees: Matriculation bus makmf its VaoaajrvCAi
the session or the
had di. -itc with vested in me by law, do hereby offer a reward of to Wm. IL Hamilton 1 a*my Agent, which warrant, mode jto next Particular attention paid to the Provision BnsineM. $5; FoIl Course of Lecture, 91051 Demonstrator E.QTClNU of ia jrmatjoi ups I' t.M object
IrU: farmer once a iu hanJred dollari for the apprehension of said either through the negligence or villanny of said AaMtnqly fur an act of incorporation of a Bank Hay, Born Mea Pork Flour Bacon Fish ,110; Graduation J3a ,Tor forth**ill of JtfacAoaictU proaaMNX'Enfintfvy cAeeeisery.
not .
Vis landlord about a bar, acid be c j the Hamilton, has been lost to me, as I have never recover to be located in Jatksonvilie.aug. hand in '.f
"' Selph and his safe delivery to 12-3m ) Sugar constantly on largeqvantitiea. formation address post-paid- and.the.Smtntm fwUnUy.IA..|*
come t.a bvttlemcut with him so he resolTi Sbenff of Jlernando County. said warrant nor have I ever traiufered or julyS 1L LBflI3LD. D. puUuaed Aekly at o..fknrf*ai aM*tat Mad-

Ti,d have a lawyer's advice; accordingly Mc -William M.Selph U about twenty-seven disposed of the same to any person whatsoever.LSMESO .Valuable Sea Island Cotton and ABA Produce of all kinds purchased. rag;aad each votamavoatafaa low HglirjaHajtSotoea

) proceeded to the office of one of the yean of aje, abootslx (.ethigb slender made, COOPER. CQt Corn'Land for Sale. 2. All are invited to call before making purchase Dying and Renovating XUtahllahmont p.'enI Haa

M law and stated ins case. After dark bur sal blue eyes quick vpoken and rather Nassau county E.F..A.r.25th 1954- ep23-Cm ? elsewhere. 73 }' --*/, mar t\e Court Home dred Snjravunp, with a fU MIl eiaiUl* Tfrt.It .

limbs of toe told u.u that .Jowncjut tell_" Notice. FOUR miles shore tho Bar of St. Joliu'* river N. B.-\ large assortment of Negro Goods such SAVANNAH, GEO. 1 *circulation oa"latlV l sa.* < eJW 12,009copiepMwe

pucketiag h.* tee, the lawyer WiUwse my hand and the great seal of located on the river The tract as Kerseys Blanket, Ac. Established 1852.' r3 a, and tk. wact1ce1 forfe. PIlE fifth and last instalment of the Stock of the 3.g ,
ted -
his barn was embrace*even hundred and fifty acre, five hundred
of iso lair have &-tf UENDRICES A CHESS.
in the VjC the State of Florida which caus- july volume are worth to say busily mach mor than
J. and Plank Road ComPany
his laaJlorJ was not an ..nstereinsnto ..I be affiioJ hereto. Done at the Jacksonville Alligator of it,or nearly so, first rat ha nmock land P11ESub' tohfrpatrns and frient'f ie.uhariptilesprian., S
if to ,
but LSALI] hag been called for and is able at the office _" -
the of favor would iD
L continued
..d pa and in its original state, with exception Copartnership Notice. fur their *, state tut
this 5th d Patus
gettwo C4utal ia TalUlusee Tb* following Cas sjieaeL..b.< &
offer him an cnunaieiit, ty of Treasurer oa the flint dy c(October next about and well for a addition to the ia "
toe .\ I) 1354.J.VMiiS. eighty acre cleared adopted PIlE undersigned have this day formed a CoX improvement Dying 'ql&irdbl Publisher for tbs.u5.tit
arbitrators of an umpire to put GEORGE W.CALL Sec'y. crop tbe ensuIng teanoa. Steamer necessarily partnership under tho arm of MarrHievscv mm during hit last visit to England and Scotland
E 11
BROOME. ben tent ia by th* Jaavary,1 1U ISUS..4W0 nil
nailer ia a train wt conclostun.'fiisJsV Governor uf Florida. September 23, IS-. pass within fifty yard* of the place in asceniiing A OIlaju and will continno.&. Wholesale and has mad arrangement*for extending his give*for the larrM*Ct; *7& far the *acMs
said the tanner; andtuirrrli'g tho river. On the premise there i* a very superior RetaUCLOTHLG bonne by which he is now enabled to Dy a greater
you vastly, By the G<>verno.-Att st.F. Jacksonville D.'ackamlthlug: 65 tot tile third;435 brth* fourth( 110 for the
mansion bouse with a basement variety of Color on Silk and WooUoa Dresses
ealed themtoget& three-story TAILORING BUSINESS.
Lu iibors f tfth $dbtorthaiztk
,, itei AwnMAChINE $4Ofortb.piutyT
; w ViLLtnocf ;
n ne ;
..I laforoerl lucia that be had Secretary of SL.a .. SHOP, nine feet. Location Health Water and all other at the corner of Eart Day and Queen streetl.CltorIut Shall*. *.. which b* trust will generally pleas all : r< tho"Mil;'0)flat I1I..JIhdW!lilt ei.kheinsi5S
: a natural not to be Title who favor hint with their .
wlta .1'jlj tau that Otober7,1834. :*a (dlC1t.Jla At the for.tier Stand of Sedgicick. advantage S. C. may patnoage.OeDtlem.a' | KO for th**!* *Bt&1 1 15 for leg twoBta r' W>for
*own i .e learned maJ good and term accommodating. Apply to Tinno MATTHIESSEX Garment Dyed, Cleaned or R.DOvatft ththirtoath .for thrftkrt

*t. the eye .c the U* u.Ia wara. **_ M>.>- the Circuit Covr*. .' lit* Uasieru Circuit T'!URNISllES Ploughs utah kinds Timber Car. Pinckney, A Co Charleston S. C-, A. T. Bra- July, 'i4. WM. O'lIARA.. a* may be required, in- the wuno superior. will, b* paid to;the rdr(the *uoef>* l eampetitor **A- I

'fted but d h:s Landlord was uot aa .; F<0'Ua. X::1 riage2 CarU Chains for Mill, Mill work of Pm Palatka; Capt Coietter, steamer Carolina; t3T Mawfotlurinr EtloblMmtnt 35 Pratt etyle which baa geqeraBy. *o much pbasod' hi patrons icamediately.aft",,.} torjanaarTISS; *

cl! :. u4 ttroerU ail kinds Sugar M.L., ii or to the owner, on the Acir fork under t.\, ofJ. and fricadtLadW "
get rest K2
twiJiT uua an & axj: /,. CJHincer/fietiremaljaii place.B. DOrKISS.Mayport mtperinttndanet Bonnets Bleaebed and Fre ed illthe TaacjSOne copy,ans Jeer, ; ea ton,U
Boat and Dyed '
o ... t' Particular atUution paid to Steam MATrniEssty. (aagj-2am-2m month tl five lIz month*,M tea
sid) t ; enoiee.
iff 1s44oc5 % 11."j.NLr. >Ek iL a.Mi>, Cvm Jtiinant ) mu for Saw Mill reparing. Wbcelwrigbting done at shortest MiU P. 0. most fashionable styles. Order from the cona- month ago_ copiea; twelve IS
the nuUer IB a ica-u Me Viaeixia c..D1J1. fnulAnt S Divorce notice. ."eT All or Jen left at the tore of S. St.John's Bluff E'F., September 23. l 54-tf. Dissolution ol Vopartnershlp. try paoctually attended to. ,Ttrm moderate. IftNa t..ln..ID I8II8tM. ;
'. ILL of Bmil'JtJM "cini fed! iu this e. be to.aag is hereby given that the copartnership When parcels are cent by tainboat or railroad copies t 1 .
will .
: Williams promptly NOTICE twelve months *23n advance,, 5 -
J j'Wa it -ifJ't| au2 i> use .t*f.tiou uf tae 19-tf J A. FARMAR.5iC11ELDOItE'S C. D. Oak O.Butler k Co was dbolved on the word should ho sent him by letter through the .
-K. tf talicriptiomi W
jLtliiNELNrELLGENCE.r.54T C-urt itt'4 IM! ae.I ue>eulm: readies without thee twenty fourth of July, try mutual consent Post Ofice *o that ho may know where to call for auaUf abort twatr eaa
III 1'.01. 1 HAIR DIE-The best ar. JaekMmtUlt, FU. .1. O. BuLlet i is authorized to settle the business them.Jali3. hen a&lees ",>-c.l& ''Hameeeaa inaeat.a&

I Utf ...<" ? <;:'O<-tft Tf Ca.1: 'oi&urfor CoJ. 13 ticlenowiauseforasiaby _' KEEPS constantly on hand a fin* aneort- the concern. Prompt payment of outstanding ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. diffareat times*bd froca front-.Pact O*****.

QI JscL..oeViLLE. (.i tUl .1.1. t tgjrdtJul July 23-tf BCRTpy A GRAVES. \i \meat of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FANCY debt duo the firm i* requested. Southern and Wtoca* .moc y take firnhcjiij

i ( TJ a.A wing uf the fajts charged in GOODS, which he offers for sal*cheap JOHN a. t"TLER Je Holmes) tiona. co
-uun that will
is given application ,
hereby L.ttensboulet U directed to Men 4
I aaid .I..t Cuuplautt ad at a t rw uf this NOTICE for cash aa.2-11 R.1LLEE3E.Copartnership. porfpaU
J Usa""" Let.-.,. S I to tbe Bed General Assembly( Warrented.Ma. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT e.l29FsIle-StretLL' L'_.
0 I the State of Florida for aa amendment tho 40aiTo.7 Strut ATT.paypartiralar 31 larD Costa axteav 1y *'
4. So-bG&I'1I a-rn. daikei itai. MMM LI eetrs. eagaf* **>
of Ddv" <*J t ju Ci> < of Feliratry next this '
4 lrr rla. 1. 1 Charter incorporating the Town of Jacksonville.VOriCl u hereby gives that w. un day Y.V- nesting patoat for aw iseasUene and
Jwir Vu *< a I ,." ifiult'' do *-pear aid p.l, answer \ tirothe NOTICE into for the TJLL attfntiontosaleeof'-
eo r .J 'H", rIA ...n. :..w..4 : vr dau..r u>n.d Lr-U W Cutup .l.lf..oIo w be- aai9-ien CGpartDenhip pYl'JIO"Oor'l&w 'I'V low Plae Lumber Live Oak and vu*iaveaton without clangs fc*retard lath aw* Sly

Br-c,..11e. C ,, .' .. ivre sa.J !-), M .j .ee will latirup pius ji lieu > 'APPLICATION will be made to WATCHMARXR AND JEWELER, lg and plaaeiOlt the lumber at under the Steam the Saw other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE aad of their IaproveaeimteCHAlk _

aur-i. iecJ, & *' w *i. .An..i .- .f.e est bee. j>l j.. spp.sreMS 11 the nest General Assembly for a Charter (Jn tu room( _1tK Vie Mia firm and known a*of Batler City A Kills KiernfT name, to.o.der for prnxhaauur MERCHANDISE. :);, Sr.All ANL> CKOPX.1YIXES .

&t $vr.3**U, !>.>.. *. ai |M c .*: Railroad from CSf. HAVING returned from Europe again style JOHN G.. BUTLER, J.'y7-f S SAdminIstrator's ; LJUUOBS, aEC.\' TO*
.4 H ... Aa, P .."cr.:, Cot n / M fxri\rr ijrdertd, Tb it a jupy of the Cedar Key to the Georgia State line,ia the direo- f.J\; beg leave to offer his service .to his oldiiij 2-1111 JACOB KIE CfF. S ." BACCO &. .

41 b"elu... teii,. : Iht.iS &o..v. Ui K-r e 1".a"JboJ' i.s>ai* paUi eewsp tiou ur Jbon Geo. any 19-3m friends and the public generally: With his au< month after date I wffl Notice. account Jaly3 No.lTliIasIBayCkazIeosS.C., > tfDCALCBS
; ..: 1 toe ie, iar toe three experience for the last twenty-tix years a* a Notice.. SIX prevent my
I. 0 Urn OUaU, .% | a re. ea >*< epk:4 Notice. .
vouchers to the Hon.A. Judge
I. trr-'t .n.1' -' ,. .a_.Beire< &M Jav appwaledf*a ild be arm:.' IX MONTHS from date the undersigned AdO Watchmaker, be hope to give entire satisfaction 'BnsIi&. will lie absent at the North i iis.fliIhls.SEN.: S.

I. lG-Jid&r.. eric 1I.d )'. V.:: .' ..* _. .,. ufj!. A. FORWARD ninietrUor of the.Estate of.1 u. B. Cole, deceased to those who wish tohavo their work- don in a THE the present Ume nntil about the lit of of Probates in from and for the Alaehm farther County administration and ask tobo ofthe GROCERIES.*. .LJ-

Brae L peI1A i. II tj!' Judas ./lie Circuit Court cf l-w R latent will present final accounts and vouchers tothe w ekagnllke manner. October next when they will re-open a stock ofGood discharged Estate of William s: Standby, late tit said 'QCOBSSEOAnS,4c.;

... Brie B-e4 kusI. .aU. u."tu !c*.14-vlua: Ci .u.t .1 Famd>. 1100 Judge of Probate fur Putnam county fur jj" Watches, Clock, and Jewelry. ,repaired atthe *' for this market. IB the meantime their July8 go. 139 Kaet Bay;CharW toa .C tf

...lI..r .tlnl. I settlement sal wiU at the same time aak lobe shortest notice. Jmly 8-tf business will be ia the hand Rodney Dorman, otwaty. d'TtIOs. :.'AET'- -A TT, Admr.j S S P.M.COI1ENLCo..
Tri'J. 1OO ncwartl.
.t I -&& .. u ... discharged M snch-Administrator; "' Esq. nU-6m .WMSSTA5DLETIWdNewnaasTUle DEALERS IX.DRUQ9,MKDICIXES

THE above reward will be give for there ._ S .S. OLIXSKI. CHARLES DiWALL.Jackumtillc. -- S Jan.4th. 1S54 .

Dr. JI..u.OiuTbea JDr.1... K every of three siegfoee a4 the thief and Palatka_ Angust7;'S4. Administrator.reast AUOTXOL\l .: .: .E. Buker, CARD'WOULDtakethis Julyg: ..y-.2yitayM c..It"ree'QaTfe8to! ,S C. tfS.
will be A :
wail.4" for ILs. f the thief Thirty Dollar Teastl BROKER AND GENERAL
rI .Cur4l&1v. ; Teach < Fla. FHIP .
methnd rfbdmingmy & KAKKAR BROTH!ItS
'TwBvneiofBxfoeeareGEGErtKJOE; .
.1' rikM b air Ito ffae**, will r-s aniLe.tie ,5q4. ,Doe-Viptioa-Oearfe it'abektaU PEAS of the very1 best quality and warranted ,.ALES.ID any-part cftb*County attn.Mte. C OLISIiONME8CII.ItjT. I'friend and entomen amipollic generallythat I DEALERS IX COFFEE ..GROCC
U. .r. OI ARLE3 SfrsTlR1c.t
all Pd
.TfUmto a.WMe te WUrwTM u..u u..a.lla i feet kJch and abort 2$yar old sail black tJe X new imporUUo," and at reduced prices, inickiiie.fAia1lb.teI4ih. O and re poctf ally aeitd. .: r July 8- .' Sora.<7 \. tf sincr tho'groat ire to Jaknirrill have re-ea-d k ... S. .
: 50 0,00. ..t.ributo
a.M CMM and from eenUto tb ,
far 1M ; seal to ** yita- the rerfdene "
( the bwiWioy -
pe opposite
aikab tablifhed BW ,
Inch *tJOyer
J'.u.-w. about six feet ana ; Coder B and CamberiaadSU.Julj9 .
Ic last
UaM *
aa4at ApotkMMj Charteek shunS lvi tiesgil *150 perJlOfto1 Black( the.cnie. kinds_ e.Sit private crevuetJon 6pelat.wW be naieklyattcaded iO1tfiihAM, I | *DrfBaldiria, whey ..tUY..pea.a the"potJ1oeary S
If.A' black
1'1'tOeA. and Very. i aUo. Gr..of the..finest quality, atT. to sad aa.ants speedIly bnrard4* Th .- ...FACTORSANDO1MISSJJjPILAXTS., BaIl 1b'aJl entire newviteck( ,' ..CAar1iatosCS V
1 air*, aa J black M frOl .JlcJILLAN'B.n Sabscriber .hy been knew iD.WI eMUMuity tat Faa: 5NtFrLu..JTENb1UX &'.
isceived.Stoles .. Progs and Medirfne, Chcnirsj Prrrcaery
: ..wUJ IIMalM17 !
a. HairTeAle. All 1M a 4f.9t 5.4. :2fr-3- Apothecary flaB,Bay-t .wwnber of yean a*AsoUooeer.and etherwiie.qnirie .- Article*.Ccwb 'Braaheii Caaili**,Garden aadI COMMISSION. MERCHANTS.
6r oat.a.e aws is
IIJ A. _reuisaandst1eab.t duties that. H. R. OrL' 'J|i-- T. K. Danbam.vsanah S
"JUt DAm U.pSTSdM jt -S S W JLG; tJ4C1TDEB s-olsen ry. ._ I. Flower aemsdem Barmmj Flaldi ... and ? ; thalf .
C '.1.tW. ..Fantg ia iLl:,fa&" Oct. & : : .- 1 EXUINB LOHDOJf DOCK POET WXS1| *should be made eononainc kmMlf of Mygioe4 1itflARDSO I Lamp*, Paint and OU ,jri low.Glan> & ,Aa, Grain and Prwdae*'Ccaeralry
,.Mt, sad tavif niJMC tM .n.r I. :* .S.ananMurnisg ITe- ws,copy 2t- and tend IjT: .Ui,I JlA.DIILtA.WllfE, inniadIIe a*alibi pier.aLZ.dde.S,_ .- -0 r-> .OIL." ."., I _Suds TTaUr and MlneraLwater.. oel anl ipirk' JaJy8 .. vyarfssde,12q.S: it

.4 eUarbf U* Rill. bwa .,.-1 MB,U above Postage*. .ii .FRENCH BRAXDT, th*_.b*h**''his.rtor oaFwiythtrwM Um , "'FAf'WPnRiI' JB :Sag, t*U had At Ih*********til times, Sunday TTCONDICTJENINGSkLflLERYsCOAclLUARDWARRa..,
X.O )kUIU.A _. ..' ea the keirat ditriei.whr*hj.AuflUa Geottia.- .'
ky. : -5---- --r, ExBreedT for taml purpose*, at _k ,. i. -" ,
.semi reseanable tirm.rtMILTdlROcEvE8.ARJ1ePMvwQN5 .' f
an bnsd-
& i..m wiss > *
anHMtfl: tr 4M.Mius ElL.l1 -l SS / J"XATTinKS3iar
"'LL 11111 a* *> 1 as.7. > Cbyfa tou5.
b '
J' ; J .lat of J. anl. tfadmla. ,:.. ;. .5 slyStfT'JrcxiLLtN.. ___ j-T .
t Mtahot.Dean *. IX Bwiti*f ws daU, th*a d* n i > 5 5'-
u..tsT1uMit was14WK aM: fit eeG 11& de.eaisd,are hereby.requMUd to I4tatntcltbeXd&tOJOutpb Vamat, oV 1 FbrGukatdC&intry. ". Product. ; 'rse-t*% CZtZAL.J.-i .,. Jarks riikUat M faE'l ,mpp.JurZ t Isueb 1Mb bal p&Io&bekr ndIandijabed .\**.1. will pr.a ftaal aeeoaaU and"lt1'I\to'' 1)j U!* CHABlrs DiWALLGrkf 'odsrvltssi owwmtHtxssTf. i ":,".IAu-rAuAin. .c- rL I.tLE1CLU'I'IItXG.. 'UOC8E.

,- .u....el Nriac .' waa.are flow lads Probate far r otana County;for 551 r E'c9MmozRcEANZS -
all. tb* '*1 T-Wgy" Sb 1f.J V ctro'l "f ;i1 -
d S 1 S
:* 1.r &e piset ., .kiwitlar.\ the Mtu..uclat the asseS tiia*'crillvaak, toiUdUchargai ,r- J e : wffl. U'.,- I PhiZadeph9 Jafy8 J't" .a. .p' _'tfTTARDLAW
i ._e4 .by l& ||tUierwiM. tide aotica viiiiiabat a*each artmrnUtmtor.jBept ; GliEITL-'attotioo umbr'Tlmber' and I '
.T.ri.vsai7.t. $3. -U,1l'nasa.. HATXl :I.diA'\ tcdtiAT.1ctiT4 tt SgJV r&1M G1 1 .WALKEIUk.BI7RNS1D* }
AOflVlVaated. /' -. JQ-6a': : MBLTOX I IQ. other Southern h: Also M.rtbandls4pitr. ,
A. :l1Q. .
.:ant 1f4" '.i144 : .AalaieWnaor 5- i cbaeed on most advantageous terms.'" JaryS-tf LThanaZsdvsntss ends. :]tefrtoPhiladelp ;. :' .*".c.tto's.vsdorn aTi4r'
... 4. '} iyhs* &gne.V/' : : 3$Water Strut.K.JTC S COMMISSION .MERCHANTS.:
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1 '. .. ,.c.. ilT' LETSThNcOWGNE, "tl W piat.i 'TRIcn.1 1 pnwpi.:atuatwo givt* to.4 isle plIOICC.-E err 4 weellj pMSem- .. .1IiTRCJU; 'S, .A yorth AOaaticWhaTi; .
O : S
:AOOODALazt. _" u,. ." :pUt1OvlIl.madi..WJiiiezt'da.I OsidtT&.seeN. .& Atvn. teMMsufapraU to the Char- n -1 J1\T( .tl ATg. 11Jt3t1 1..J : ntof .. S
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.I :--- -- '-.-=;-1 IlcHAaLESTON. S MISCELLANEOUS.
S 8.rJ.xno or s.'t't1Dc :.SAVANN H'. STEAMBOATS :
f.* b
I S S S.s. .S.I.aaJ MeeIe.l C.Hte ,Ta b CHARLESTON, A2IBTU
ll.iaeaaL & K M. Gilbert .
r S aeJDEA- SESSION 1854JS.i CKDBWWHZDt .'. him y.

Oraag aM. SU L d. 3454oAprlL lit Taeeday fa A rtt.Pullta S tERSln MANUACttJLDS-attdoicrrpOoMof CAR- i D.Auo.,3LD.Prof-Theory and Practice I TilE ,. H* >. Hal', & have- I. S -S I

1 .S../ 24 Monday U,JlptUMaiW RIAQES, at Xoe. 35 aad 40 Willi. Medicine. I ton del the sale -
I *h 4s .ApriL wwfa'Strttt,and Ko.7 Hey. Stn*,Chariertoa. P.M.Kotioot,M.D.Frotof Obstetrics. I OKNIBAL' A8SORTMSST Oa : .OtCH TO .

# Alaohu. l>t 40, do Oar'Stock fa,an extensive oao, and purchasers \V.G.BvLIoOCKM.D.Proter8ar.-l'7. MERCHANDIZE S
Columbia', 21 de'do lIa7'j an respectfully requested to call on as, u wa eacffer C,w.'WaIl1.It IJ..otXodJcoaI chemlatrj.jflnaM.IPrut.3lateniaMedkacadThe.., i mz CA10LI5A win leave cnA.tino

II NUIU Wednesday Won 4th Monday la May.Stevr : crVat inducements,to style and prices aad H. Cowrthij ofS Dry, Groceries, Provisiont, every &Inrday.1 J P.x. 'Lta wID te
4th ,Ai 4oMay.St .i any articles bought at oaf,establishment are Warranted Hardware nod Cutlery, Crockery and Glaarwaro PALATKA IT****,p A." 'ICOI.J.T.IL
bI M do. jeanne, ia overy reaped Jul ly 8-tT raa1',5t;D.'Piot of IwOtateiof Modicine. Hats and Caps, Boots said Shoes Saddlery, and a 10 A. M.. ansI.IACUOlfltLE J A.II. ,

S largo assortment of Books sad Stationery and all TilE rLOJUDA wlXhaveCflA&Lgyi
tALL' ft..." Cariagc & Harness Depository. J.W.flOW.LCD- ; X.D. Prol.ot AD&tGIIa1. other aSichi calLed to u. trade to whfch( they rr Tuesday. at 3 P. X. .tanta. .m .n...

: ; Orange and St. Lucle 3d Tuesday before"tho 1st., J. B.RA., M.D, Prof of Patholofkal Anatomy tavtethoatte 4jMiefthep blieaijdask them to PALATL, S.'elock, A.31. BLArK aEI

Monday in Non8l r. S ATTJIE WRITE nOrSE, ,and Demonstrator(Anatomy.J. ., ecU end.oxanOao their stock before purchasingoUewbcrtvM a P.M.,and JACESONyILy. Fr J L II",
Putnam Last Tuesday before the tat Monday inNovonboc : & -\ t Corner of.WE8TWORTH .J. Wesi,' N..D.j AssIstant Demonstrator el they latter themselves that they These Stesmer etIIIMd with_aD tM ..,

> IIIEET1lfG and. STREETS, Assinmy. 55 sea sal aa low as anyone els*, for cash or eoQJIlrJ'prodlllee. sLag,.CJl EM Finnida, sal .es. .
gamier, 4th Monday ta November. Charlctton, 3. c. Co r of Lccmcs fa this la- S wIth the New Tort 8teanj1n CuWMbi1n.4 wq

Marion,' 1st do m December. CARRIAOK3 S of every dowripUon at the lowest TIIEEOCLAR commence on the first Mondayin 1'. -(. { 1L-W. GRAVES, and Wilmington Do __ .

Alacb.2d do do la in December.December. prices always on hand and no article sold except "ember.&Qd 8AI.1a the(Wtowtag March U".W,B,. Owes would respectfully Passage S from Charleston to Jacksonville. S81 fcean.
Columbia such M can be warranted the fullest term, by Preliminary lectures wilt be delivered from Monday Worn the that ho still eootinaea the Piax lata'.DcI Palatka '10.
St John. lit do ta November. July 8-tf M. H.NATHAN. .the 16th day October, until the eonmence. fwhtta For further particulars apply to

Decal 3d do.iD November. mot of tho Regular C rae for which no additional .tGU81lBBAN BrSINESt, J.W. CALDWKU, Charleston,

STATE Count-.Middle Circuit.Mtna Joseph Whilden, a! fee will be required. Students'' free access <*o'door-watt of Drl:H R UuUa 4*.rtaUeaea BELLECUA88K

tap dealers to to the Medical and Surgical Wards of the Savannah J Jacksonville Jary 8, 1854. AJackseti4fl.
? Monday Hospital. This extensive charity U under the medical R.R.REID.J4TCA.M ralatlL .
3d April.
Paint Oils Glass and Ship Chandlery,
Jefferson 2d do in April. Ao. 601-2 control of two members Faculty,by
Si: lit do in April. P. Ecrt-Bay S. C. clinical lecture arc delivered- la addition to. this. THE HYDEOMAOEir COHMUXUUTloy
HOUSE Wakulla. opposite and M. Bank Charleston BITWIEX
THE "BUFFIJ\TGTON : they have ample opportunity for learning practical
Loon, 3d do ia \pril.O&d.1dJlD o.
I keeps eonxtantly for sale a general assortment whkh is daily Savannah tad
1st do in March. HE of Palau and Oils 01.U kinds Window i medicine at tim College Clinqnc open WATZRPOOr ANTI.COXSC31TIXE, FltrlJt. ,

ic ica raok 9onV'1U.b F1.or1.d.a Hamilton, 4th do ia April. Glass and Sashes, 5$.. Turpentine, Camphene. i During to pationt the past session upward of two hundred Oork. & 010 ._ M_ _TilE ne. aad' WpDt Stnm-

FALL rrnw.Mad'oooa plrit Case Tallow Griftdstond. Cordage Chain eases were prescribed for and over thirty Sugtrcal UIVMCTVB.ID ir kt ST. TOIINS Capt JAHM

CoattnaM Opened faring the present Summer, prepared to receive and acm 3d Monday November. Pumps Cotton Foot Gin Fixtures, Glue Packing oration performed ia the nreveneeof Students UARCOURT, BRADLEV t CO, larraoav win leave Savannah every Thuds
a Jefferson, 2d do in November. Yard and Brushes various, kinds. July 8-tf lit the CliD Aitrial Anatomical investigation 44 Msrket-St Manchester.Prlncioal morning at 10'' for Palatka tonchiaf at all
$ modate Transient Permanent Boarders. WakuIIa, 1st do in November. qae. I the intermediate point.
jJ7 *will be abundjntly supplied. Few; Matriculation 102 Wood-Strtet. Cheap-
4 Loon, 3d do in October G:;:0.: ABBOTT & CO WarehtUM, This boat ha been built expressly for this trade
---- 95; Full Course of Leetart'1 $10 j De.m tilf, London England. AartJcan SUablMmrntf -- ha large sad ;

: MAGNOLIA HOT L PLANTERSCHARLESTON HJi'iL I 1 I I Oadaden Hamilton 1st 4th do do in ia October.November : .96 Eat-Day\h.desWn(opposite,Boyce S. C, Sf Co't Wharf) formation< 4tratorS10 addrcM.; Gradual pout-paid. $30. For further In York.,U.38 S.Ann-Street 4- 102 .Xatsau-Street, JVtw passengers accommodations and airy taking state-room the inland aceemmndatinn route present*for

I for
On Ue BU Jahna Hirer.UKPta !. C. I STATE COURT Southern Circuit. Dealers inSPIRIT july8 U. L.BiRD.M.D, De.n. T Hydromagen b a valuable discovery forprotecting superior Thin boat will leave Jaebanw.invalids M and her

CUARCC or CAPT. O. J. MCRRT. J-JL. THE Undersigned would mpectfnlly iajjjJLfona IrKING TURK. CASS ANI CABIPUE.VE, Dying and Renovating establishment, the feet of from damp or cold diseases, and to Savannah every Sunday morning, at 3 o'clock.

millS U a new House recently opened for the ac- his friends and the Public generally,that Levy 4th Monday in March with Lamps of every description for tho same. 73 Tor-/., near the Court Iloute without therefore a preventative doctoring trhaterer.many The Lang Hydromageais For further particulars inquire of Ci4Sf -
be has leased that extensive and well known establishment Hernando 1st Monday April. any born, on board, or tiCLAGIIORN
z the
JL and visitors from
eownedation of Bowden the PLANTERS ALSO SAVANNAH, GEO.rpllHSuDMriber.gratefultohbpalronsandfriends. hi the form of a sole,and worn l Inside the boot or
.' North daring the ensueing and future seasons. HOTEL, and is Hillaborou powerful
.c3 shoe. Its
It is taatod immodiately on the St Jou'.Rinr.8boet now ready for the reception of,'isiton. Its eligible Monro, lit Monday in May. 3.4 Established BISBEE CAFOYA JaeksoavB.;
kind and
ef Unseed Spermjuljg dUeaee. .
f '
location being convenient to all the business S every : JuIyS BENCTATEASDALEPalatkaTTrine.
and short dis-
r. 2S miles from Jaeksoavflle a TALL
,tM.cMItb of Black Creek ami,is most localities will commend it to those who visit the Oil Glass, Putty, &c. tfWil. J. for their continued favors, would state that,in For OcnU'tjcn It win be foun-Iapeabl.,warm
%>aee city on business, and no exertions or will Levy 3d Mondry October addition the in f ; and healthy wear in the coldest or rainiest weather Oppos:1UOn.
to .
located and fitted for the expense improvements tig acquiredby
: conveniently
akwrably up be the Hernando 3d Monday October. M. LAWTON JL CO. the foot cannot become wet if the Hydromagenis
maaUooed. Arrangements made for spared by Proprietor to promote the comfort bin dnrJhi:list visit to England and Scot j I as CARRYING TilE U. 8. MAIL
lit )
1. MrpOM aid convenience of his Hillsborough Monday i inserted. Lad f'l wear the lightest soled
taeaooasassodatioa of sixty boarders and already guests, and render his FACTORS ANDCOMMISSION lun.l, has made arrangement for extending his may linux
Monroe 1ft do in December. la the inclement weather withImpunity
shoes most
E .aoaorow visitors have availed themselves of a lo- house in every worthy of the public patronage MERCHANTS, bnglnes by which he U now enabled to Dye a great. boots or Palatka HJL and
and support He" pleased to add that be has STATE COURT-Wtftern Circuit. I! ; while Cons aplon) s u jreYalent among ,' 0-
'titi at the wMaenolla. The House isoont enientto A'o. 13 Southern Whuif. er variety of Colors on Silk and Drwwen
J a
secured the services, as Book keeper olMr. J. W.Lamkin the young of our country baa, be thwarted by (laM,!. all LA. ,ru 1.)
and boats aad Shall lo which ho trarts will Jeano all
a toe K.enlS..ia1 poneys are I Kr-Hlia TKRK. Charleston S.C. generally{
kept Is*the purpose of going thither. The pioprietor *o long and favorably known to the travelling Franklin 2d Monday in April. Wm. M. Lawton, I Wm. M.Taylor who may favor him with their potronng ,i tholr general adoption. They the entirely feet to mfenede Via Plrolata. Black Creek and Jackaai
community of this and the adjacent State. do in I men'. Garment Cleaned Renovated trtr-t>oti, M the latter cause penpirein out Hie. Fla, and te.. Mar-.,linus-
f respeetfully invites strangers and citizens tot Calhoun, 4th AnriL R. Wainright Bacon Joseph T. Dill. (eDU Dyed, or and besides notdongeron'
manner are
"410, ia" or sojourn at the Magnolia Hou e in winter _j8.3nL! (I. W. BOMAR.Ozra.72.spo J Jackson 1st do in May. julyS ifH. a. may Lc required in the same superior i I a very unhealthy wear to pedestrian; in icy weather,like wick,and Darien Ceo.TJIESlnmpackd

c. I or sununer,and thus afford hint an opportunity i Sfp> Washington, 3-i do in May. style which has generally much iJwucd his paj j I India rubber. While the latter cause the feet to WF.t..tJCA,
:; devoting that attention to their comfort which it II( lmcvTnc!>day after Mon.Iay in May. A. Cohen & Cohen, troD and friend |I .rcmdy large the Hydromagen being .t can. x rim team J'.r

.j will give himself and the able superintendent so i HOTEL. Walton 4th Monday in May. Importtrt and D'.",. in Indies' Bunnets Dvc ;:1 oiuo* pleasure to maD ed. public are inf'lrmcd that the above Hotel Santa ROM, 1st Monday in June.. tile mos-t fajliionaUcVljI Order from the noun- a mere thin slice of prof Arrives at laeUoD.vill.
THE. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ; ccd iniiide duel not increa.-e the size ol the boat,or ;iinr .v.tssg. .J
1 Jal71 J. A. SCMMELLIN. been ltanl from Dr DAIKJAX and no Kscatnbia 2 1 do in June. try punctually attended to. Terms uvulcrate. : I 'cares
,: /Mines trill b* fpared to render the time agreedltleand I FALL TEI1. Dry Gooc1S Wbt-o parcrN aro sent by utoamboat or railroad cause the foot to appear ant'nly. To Children the; the Tartar morals; at ?o'clock, touching at

.1,.O. Merchant's Hotel, 1, O.CkarltJto to give .atiNfurUolt to all who may favor me Franklin 1't Monday in Eecember. word should be sent Lisa by letter through are extremely valuable, as they may engage in lufttmttlWe placet above.

31t.j *, S. C. I I.f with a call. .\ new Bathing Hou c ban been erected Calhoun Thursday after 4th Monday In November. No. 175 Etut-Bay, Charletttm, S. C. Poet OSce so that ho may know where to call Ib.1 exercise with comfort and healthy effects. Their Through fare from. Palatka Picolata and Cbck
avoccxiov tx raiecK. at the Spring for the accommodation of those Jackson 2d Monday November. Nathan A. Cohen. I Leopold Cohen. them. nprnne b so slight as to scarce need mention; be- Creek J8CO

'ILTIE vadenigoed having leased this Hotel who may desire to bath inuneofthr/fnerf/ Sulphur Washington Tuesday after let Monday Nov. I July tf juli ALEXANDER G.ILLOWAT.V. sides, those who pationhe them will find their year- Through far from Jacksonville C 00
r f .-jt 't*iifl m King Street,solicit from tho travel.V Spring in the Country. The location is remarkable Holmes, 1H Monday in No\vinbcr. 8. : I __ ly doctor t bill much diminished thereby.As Through lirkets are furnished from JackseaviBo

f: ... !'O&tL'* nhwof patruoage. Board, $1,50 for!'tf'it, not rurpatted in the State. Beautiful Walton 4th do in October Fraser & Thompson, K.; Bukcr, I the Hydromagen becoming mnre known. Usmto to Charley ton for . .SCO
...-1 -xi. dinner SO c' only. high pine free from t I is increasing to an almost incredible extent. IV; The \ wilhenoesMhow
r : I lands the anoyance of in- Santa Rosa, 3d do in October. FACTORS AND SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL S
; ,.'1" >.im JAMES M. IIERST. ecti e.'pociitlly Jlo&juUot*. Can accommodate Escambia 2d do Ootober. i I Last year in London Manchester. Birmingham, >* York and Philadelphia Icaauhivs hem gavaimah
L, .. in COMMISSION MERCHANTS, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Liverpool tilasguw Leeds. Dublin 1'.riJl.\DI..rp every We-Inetlar.
.' ------- I one hundred pen-on*, only 25 milci from Pilatka.J. .
: j tu.'RLC TOS HOTEL J. DICKiSO' :, Proprietor UNITED STATES DISTRICT COC T. Ailger'a Xorth, Whaif I July! 8 Sarannah, ( J. itFour .1' Ihmbllr ant Rerun our sales fe1M-ho-d 1.1.t450 -- C R. K. DfKE, Palafla.ACEJTO. .
In. MIXER, wpt. 21?. 15-1-CL Northern District. Charleston S. C. : ( pair .r corks Soles TI year the Dtla .J BISI5EE Jk CANOYA, Jacksonville.
6-4 'I 'jr-e-4I Meeting aad Hayne Streets, raE>': R. FRA Chtrrlutt1t'SC, tIt I MAGNOLIA HOUSE. Tallaha'see, Isi 1\1..1:, In January. l'TOnSXD S : .\... li. K.v"!Hv. their opinion of their value an 5-

--.------ -LfniTille Florida.TIlE Apalachicola lit do in February. II. W. COMMISSION' MIvHCIIAXTS; ; jre.uUtiv (ciCIIT.L5, COLD BIHCHITU, FUR INTEu PUlSE
t v': PAVILIOV IIUTRUil. I 1\ SirilSCRIUER ha.just complied the I I.iIl. j Pensaeola, It do in March. 117 Kins Street, Sardinian (jS5. : AiiHM, and 1 rosHrsriwv. Aiicla.511Me intermediate Landings on. ticST.
I BUTTERFIELD above llou- St. .tngutine, lt dO in April.Suitlhrrn hat In 'tttore au Immense stock of Henry R. Fort. I T. K. Punlmra.: .
Kl I,. I fitting it up in the ino t comfortI ] mxinnv MEM'S SIZE, pr. : r, 35 CETTS.LADIFS' .JOIINS RIVKR.
.. ;1 Comer of Meeting aa-l Hascl-stn. | >1 e kt.vle, and will uce etcry exertiontojlc District.Admiralty SIIADICM do. do 30 do.
: .,. Char Atoll.SC. tf.MI all that may f.iror liim with tlnrir patnmige. ,S which he i h now offering at prices such ns to present JOHN lUeUAIWSOS'TJt Bovs it MISSES' do 25 do. t 4r1r'5..$ T H E Steamer flntifmcaii.m.b.esCJSpL

:j i lIotrjliF. i I 1'.rticuUr attention paid to loxalid. I : Court iU at bk-n.Key West ; always iUtl.t' great inducement to customers. | ..\( NOTICE.-From tbo Retail Prices we make avery ;j J. Brock, will leave J.eka.

! I.US I A. COY, ALSO j Savannah (icnrpui.ju8 liberal allowance to Jobber and Wholesaler, title every Saturday mornIng, at 8 o' lutk. rri- a ,

I' THOSAS S. MCKERSO, I Corner Ocean and 3100roo-lr eot.. r LIST OF I 1 Comer os Meeting and Queen StrecU !! Jackwm\nir, July 8. 1331.I > fltncrnor JAMES K BROOM a kse. all at a great bargain. j lyl'1-tr i : their nale. while they are an article thar may, be i oVknk MoihUjr Morning in eocntrtioa with the

; :1.9_ C/wxleetonSJJ. tflII I I Good Stabling for Horses.c t Secretary ut State. F. I. VILLIPIGL'E.. II S S.O.COUUTE.\AV, NEW YOR} kept in any store among any class of good, leave uteamer Carolina aol n-/ .. KeUraiae. will
I Knterpruw at o'clock Tuetd
1'or terms apply to y us.nMg.
Comptroller, T. W.: BREVARD nOOK, T.\TIXmtV AND CIIRAP I'
I -- UARCOURT BRADLEY CO., and Palatka at 8 uMurk Wednesday mecaing. and

I Business irtctorut 1 : u5im5S b ctovn.It. ; :1 Treasurer a C.Doral II. Al'STIN.Altoniey M. D. P.\. PY. I jnly8 :. 3 I'UIU.ICATIOXS.Broad Street, Charlc tonS.C. tfAGNEV. J. Holmes, 3S Ann Street. New.York.--- arrive at Jacksonville tame .,A.. M. HEED

J : Thomas BalticII Supreme C lief Court JujtU-e Judged., Talahajree. FISHER: & HOXIE. GENERAL 100 COMMISSION Wall Mrttt .V.MERCHANT.Y. I JZg TilE CHEST. JS.3 Agent at JarkfDBOla.B.B.KEID, .

C. H. Dnpout, Aniodiate Justice QuiOl" FACTORS AM COMMISSION MER SIR MOTlEY COOPER ,\RT. M.D., 7-lf
t.iOCEnl AND PROVISIONS.j. \\TlLL par particular attention to sales of Yelj j _July! Agent at Palatka.
; DnRUAX"TTonx.y t Thomas Douglas, Auoei"to Ja.etkeJaek1'Oll'ilIe CHANTS.Acfommoilation VV I low I-Ille Lumber, lA\c Oak. and I the eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a

d B.IIOWEI.IHi'JCERIES I .\ : AT LAW. Circuit Judges. tt'harf. C? arlr8ton..t.C.W. other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODt'CK, and valuable legacy to the world in his ST. UIEn1t2Cun.

I .1 PROVISIONS, WIXES, Office on.RavSt.1I.U.1IOMUND., : Western, J. J. r inlrv, Marrianna. BANCROFT & Co.. t' to onlcr" pnrchaeiu 3lLRCHANDI. I Great rreveutatlve or.onsumptlon.A1fD : P1easa.n1'
Middle, .. W. Baker, T.i1Iihajj July 7-lf
SiG.tflS.&c XKT CASH JOBBING TillS Steamer which ha*
-j 1'ln'MIC'I\ Kaytrrn, W. A. }'Forward Patatka. IIOUSE.XO:4. UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY ,
; t Corner of .& and ForsythstreeU.IM ------ j Southern, Thomas K. Eluig, Key Wnt.8lleiUra 253 & 25 Kin; Stmt.Cltarltflvn S. II. Rockenbaugh DISEASES -' _U _beta pet M eowfitimJor elective
5.C' service now prepared t*reaaM her rejpilar Is.sines. -
CAPE-LLA. Oflicc on New nan :treet.A. _f tU.Circuit. ,__ ---, CENERALCOMMISSION I vithont the use of.11mit' on the St. Johan, i 1t the lowing rf "Tenob

!1.k GROCERIES, PROVISION'S,FRUITS.&(. : Western, J.unci M. Lan-lrum }Jilt'm. I M.tTTIltEEX&O'lt.tRA: M RCII.t> T, I Sir A. C., Dart, invented and advised the me raft, JU, and performing such other service M
I Bay-Street M.IJ.\IlnnX. Middle, Sioi'l H. Stt> phen Qninry 112 Pearl Street y. Y. of the may be appointed by special rootnrt.KngA .
S K:".teni, James M. It,ikcr, nilOI.I AMJ CI.OTIIINti hOUSE,
m..1s7 be at tine catered late
flfIj'e on ItoyStrwt.M I /CAREFUL attention will lie to sales ofCotton any
s. T. C. MYERS I No. 14 J East Bay I given
Southern D.Kcinirick corner Queen i
Henry Tampa I I' with the
CaptaIn m charge of .
her at
all of all and eooiLluiM pains t
July R Charleston S.C. vy Rice, Sugar, Lumber Timber andother persons aes as a say
: tf
t GROCERIES. DR-iics "XU I liDIcx!. County Officer I -- _n. ---------_ i Southern 1.Olore.00., Merchan.t., or with her pr*>

r _ Newn&a-Street._ _ _ I (Fist name, Judge of Probate; accent name,Clerk I I Iwf I W.\lmL.\, WALKER L BCRNSIIE.Cotton ngh, Cold and other afflictions prieter. ( )- C11ABLE3 V1I.LEY.
i J. HANTO APOTHECARY IIAM Circuit Court;third name,Phrriff; fourth name- I Factor and of the Lung, which arise from the exposed

I FRUITS, sllOCERIES & PROVISIONS, i DRUGSMEIICINESl'EUFUMERYic.McMillen.: whenever it occurs-Tax A'w.-sor and Collect..r) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Joseph Grice, I"I state of the chest, aeronliuf tu/atilant and the I GREAT MAIL ROUTE

d Buy Street. |1 1J. __ Uav-Strect. __ Countir Officers. Post Office.Ewambiii I North Atlantic Wharf CENERAI.COMMISSION continual change*ofovr climate. FROM CILIIILESTOX TO SE\V TOKK.
"The Protector"is
Charle* 31. Jordan PWDJOCO julyS Charleston S.C. tf simply a chemically prepared
n. D. HANNAH i i S.\W MILLS. F. }:. De LftlUu, S I MHCIIANT, I I fur, lined with silk and padded which, suspendedfrom I I lii ..

4 GROCERIES L PROVISIONS, SASH, EMPIRE; ; MILLIE.Perklr F.M. M"nn. It \nf-'ST.: AMAXD & CROFT.WINI and 35 'ater Street attention.Y. Y. to the sale :: the neck covers the chest, in m agreeable .r Through Fare from Cbarletkw to Wilatiart**, 8 00
prompt given |:
1 BLINDS & DOORS, I ParkhuiNt & Co.. .Iack om'illc.MECKLEXlIEIinil Santa Rosa W.John J.Chain Stoke,,. Milton." ', IIQ.UOIIS SEGARS, TO- I I STRICT articles of produce entrusted to his care, ':i: a manner comfort.that,once won it becomes a necessity and I II ii i:j t I Wilmington t.'Batiutorr! .' . U 00

C Bay StrceL I : MILLS.1'kckwood No. 179 East Bay CheinlestonS.C. tf to New York . .
= Walton Daniel )McLeml Rucbecanna. I; -a.oe & CV atent Ground aW-1 I red, into America is making rapid progress through j I .SCOI
i A Jackson I With choice of
Taylor, Lilies Bower, M II. JESSEN.: T lIE Subwribert uuinufactare from the best : the I'nitcd States, the Cuaa
I CANOVA.IX C.UOUX.nLf..s.. Nicll C. Mnnroe, DEALERS IN GROCERIES, LIQUORS I I Cart Steel, CIKCl'LAR SAWS from two )i I and the Wept Indies. It has for a long time i:i I I > TRAIN'S will leave the South CaroCaa

; JIoU.KS DRY GOODS, GROCERIES Kelly & Co. Jacksonville.FLORIDA hoboes, A. II. Browned% CcrroOordo. SEGARS &(. inches to eighty inches ia diameter. Their Saws !I been a staple article ia England and on tho cootii j I I TWO. Line Chartetnn
Depot, street, dairy
M. 11. 'Stjnlrr, I I are har.leDod.nd temied, anal are ground and nent of Europe: while it has grown in many coun- ,
AND PROVISIOFS, July9 :.. I i9 East Bay, Charleston. if I at 7 A 4L ..14 3P M, arm in* in Wilmiartoa.
I Ij
: of { MILLS. R- R. Godden II jini'Ded by machinery oktaipe.l l expressly for the trie to the position of an article oC dreu. ,II NorthsCarolinaat3A3Lan.l2 >
tcmu'i"nt r.nd ForwarJinprharf Washington Wa hington Tahoe Vernon. P. )1. COhEN & Co. I I I'urpw-e. and are, therefore, mnrb superior to thusa. I, To dcnHwtrate these facts enquire nf any Englijh [ the I M. Psseugme.
Fairbanks & Co. Jacksonville.PALMETTO I I by scored train will travel the WiJIII
L ta"anna $tcamers.i I over
resident ia
I (1. in the u"ual vicinity of hit knowledge of
Worthington ground your
DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, j manner, m they are strengthened i i ton and 31ancMllter Railroad
__ Bay-ftrttt John A. Tabor II I[ and stiffened by inerenisiny them in thickness the beneficial efforts vf wearing the Protector I I by daylight at WUmington >
(. (. j I two train Ire despatched at 6 A M and 3
.1 A GRAVIX Jackson, J. B. Jt.!,., Marianna. | regularly from the ratting edge to the centre, eon- WITHOUT RecuiBiiETODorTORi.Nfiof any kind. The
KURTON Solloc Jncksonvillo.PHCEXIX julyB No. 29 Hayne Street, Charleston,?.C. tf PU, the firrt tails only ceenecting at Weldo,
'4 !uecenioni II.T-mtuun, John W. Poorer, i mjucutly do not become heated or buckled and cwt of wearing these articles U a mure trifle, and North Carolina with the SeaWrd and IUMD.
James Griffin '' produce a great saving In timber. S one will hut some yaara No one who values the I
DRY GOOHS, GROCERIES.: PROVISIONS 3IILLS. S. S. FARRAR & BUOTIIEUS, Railroad to Xorf<4k, thence by itnmen la Baltimore
: JftK M. Clark, II They aim manufacture Cast Steel Mill Pit and health of bimevU or hi* family will be witbuatthem.
j Ac.. Stephens & Foster, Jacksonville. Calhoun Elms: Bram-h, Aspen Grove. DEAIiERS IN COl'I'EE, GROCERIES Crofs Cut Saw, and Billet Webs of superior qua!. j I| The Hospitals In this country are not alone the ;aai both train eomneitiaj at Teldon with

Ifuinte'f Row.Dal:.' mt.IL i CLIFTON MILJJS. James II. Parker -S : Ac. ity, all of which they have for sale, or they may !I recommending: them bat rspidly introducing them. upper route. At through Petersburg both RichmoBd aadWubtngtoa.
HOLMES Thomas J. Land, Corner FAt Bay and CumSerland-Sts. be obtained of the principal Hardware Merchants |' Harcourt Brashly A Ox,of London,and Manchefter Baltimore Une connect with
I the I
Riclianlson A Co. line* to Philadeli aDd New Tork.l'IIIWie
DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVI- Taylor, Jacksonville.SPIUNGFIEI.D Franklin, Thomas J.Kppe: ?, Apalachicola. jalyS Charlatan S.C tfXEUFFER throughout United States and Canada. England were originally entrusted with the are infonneJ
that the
respectfully low
L .iott Crocker, HapJ.varv ,Boots MILLS.E. i Samuel W.Sp.orer.II IIEXDRIX A Co., S R HOE A CO, manufacture of the Protectors by the lamented are in Bnt rote condition, the Cars are under the
) C. Tbiepen, II COMMISSION :MERCHANTS 29 and 31 Gold Street lr. Cooper ansi continue to manufacture accordingtohisorginut

and fc'hoes,Ciothln: ?, Ac., Ac., ;. A. Dt.COTTES, Jack*=onille.MOODY'S Gadsdea, E. C. Lova Qnincv. for the sale of f"JT Put,Iuhen of newspapers who will insert iastrartkitui, and therefore recommend and management the steamer of 1ratly..1 front Norfolk experienced t* Baltimore...

Bay- rut.II.I R. C.Lester It Flour, Grain and Produce Generally, this advertisement three times with this note, and those who would wear "Tho 1'rotcctors," to navigated by'able and experienced are
MILLS. eommaaden
S. B. Love forward u* a the will be see to their being geamine.RcMcuaER .
I julyS S.C. ttCOXDICT paper
1 'W.Cf.\ltK, Charleston thereby,securing both afety aDd despatch
P. Moody, Jacksunrillo.HELLF.C1IASSE James M.Smith, pain in printing mat crial-t,by panhaiingfonr Tina n a ersatz ARTICLE s"o
L) DRY GOODS( GROCERIES: PROVI- Leon, I). W. Gwynn 51 JENNINGS & Co., the amount. f their bill fur the advertisement. PATENT MEDICINE. Through Pawcagen and their baggagewill V*
sent fronton
ioni, and general Merchandise.RayStreet. A FIXEGAX'S MILLS II. Archer,jr. nU. SADLERY. COACH, lIAR HWAR.:&c. Xew York, April TM, 1SS1. juIy3tPhILADELPhIA. RETAIL PRICES. along the route.* Depot U the other, free of charge

; HcUcflmyfec A Finegan Jacksonville. T. Blacker 'S No. 163 Meeting Guxr'a SOT, . Sl, Oeach
c Street
. Through Ticket to TVflmiagto. North CareCa.
L. C. T>nnillir. U 1..1 IES' do. 1,00 do.BOTS' .
I LmB.AMMERMAN, REED: i UOUU S'S WILLS.Rtd Wakulls I1t'Orie 31m;;. New rort. JultS CharlcatoaS.C. Jt M !!E! do. . 75 do.IUIt'Ol'RT. ran h had of 0. F. FOLKER,Agent of the South
i DOMESTIC AXD FANCY DRY GOODS, & Holmes Jacksonville. I' T. J. .BRADLEY A CO. Cjrolinr Railroad Company,Line street Chariett.,
)1.lticbud'OD. ---
Hats. CUM Boot, Shoe, Ac.ItulmSt X. G.\Y. Yalker. Mechanics,Inventors and Manufacturer" 33 An -Street A102 Nassau Street, Sooth Carolina_ and to Baltimore Philadelphia erew
MAYPORT !70. .< TAYLOR, > "ork,at too Office of the Wilmington aad Raleigh .
Ruir, ?&,, : MILLS. Noah Poicy. II & IX CASH PRIZES. J570.VotCMeTrior New-York v.a.

8..X.1YILLIAM .. Iloeg & Parsons, Jefferson T. J.Clii.., font keno. THE 'SciESTiric AMERICAS LUMBER COMMISSION MEECHAlfT, Principal TVarehonso, 102 Wood Street Cheaptidt Forfurther Railroad information Company, Wilmington Ut E.B.STEYKXS N.C.

Mayport. Dural County 11*. JatueilTucker N commence on the Iblh September. It rhirBy Philailelphiii, London Manufactory. 44 Marttt Street Mau- apply
Agent Charleston S.C.
S DRY GOODS. GROCERIES PRO Joel Walker .. Very respectfully imlk-it consignments of cheater, England.It. ) J-IjH13T
devoted to the advancement of the interests of !/*- .
VISIONS.-ffay-Strfct. PANAMA MILLS.E. James D.Morris. II rhanifi fnrtntort,Hanufarturertand Farmer*, SOUTHERN LUMBER SHINGLES, 4<. B. A Co, are establishing Depots lor the sale \VanIDr.

C. II.(SMITH.COMMISSLOXMERCIIANrAXD. R. Gilchrict Panama, Dutal 'oun,.'. )Madison A. MCDOOaI4I. t&dieoD C.U. and is edited by men practically skilled in the art.anlaciencee. Liberal advance tntde. Refer to of "The Protector" in all parts of America. Physicians Delay not;harbor not In your mini ta*

Poet office at Jackson*'illc. s. R. incisakin,. "' Probably no other journal of the E. T. BROCK ]'hitAoielpbL'T. Surgeons Druggists Clothiers Dry GoodI.1 sentence 0I '
T. \i. Anderson, 'aB. same character in so extensively circulated or m K. RICHARDSOX, do. Merchants, Hatters andMUlmers,also philosophy, that a dittos will

4 ST. JOIIXS MILLS. .11tK DIJeo1.It generally esteemed for iU practical ability. Nearly julyS-tf T. K.BUCKM AX, Jacksonville,FIs.MISCELLANEOUS Famishing Store-Keeper BTJ entrusted with the I get cured of iUetf,,or that you can ewe U with eer-

S JMne't Ra. &..Strwl.AIIUL J. P. Sanderson & Co. hamilton J J. Stewart. Jasper I all tho Valmble 1'attnU which iivne weekly wholesale and retail dbtrf 'ion of them and to I i Lain medicines lor a few dollars. Beware hew yea
Jehn } .4 whom liberal terms are ofi.r.-.i for their enterprise, .
H A IIOEU Pobt officeat Frink from the Patent Omce in'UluttrMl trittt Entfrar- tamper with welfare.Ye .
Jacksonville.NASSAU general
-S DRY CiOODS GROCEUIES PROVISIONS Jamel Jr. Uendry, inn, and theelalma of all the Patents are published and a splendid opportunity opens to them fur safe your
and profitable bminesa. wild and vkioui youthf, why win pirates
S & A MILLS. Jerry BSnlith regularly In its columns as they are sued, S
c. ee Rcllcchasse Columbia G. fS.n.rh.rt J.IJptor.S. thus making it a perfect SciiKTirc AND Mecnixi- PROSPECTUS. For terms apply to1IARCOURT. S in doting with the filthy nauwatingcompound daily -
_ BaySLPARKltURHT Fincgan Nasoau Rirer. &arIiorgb It CAL E.crCWPBDU information upon the snbjecU BRADLEY. CO, proffered thereby impairing appeti' and

4c ADAMS Post office at Jackaonrille. Reuben ILow, 'a of Miehanieal Improvement, Chrmertry, iticiiis 33 Ann Street, Se..York. C. S. your
STATE REGISTER digestion and destroying well
S \V. A. beOleld '4Alarbus I you mentally u a*
and Scitnct
Enfintering It is
GROCERIES PROVISIONS Ac.5tar generally. ,
Ae. .
A.M. ANDNATION.tL JAMES CHESS. physically, when can be cured with few de
Casino Newnanevilhe.K. pnblUbed weekly l in quarto form suitable for bind you a -
% R. wL:5.: Foundry, H. Cole & Co. ou"itblwd, 'a log and ascii"olamae contains Four Hundred and ECONOMIST. To Planter aid lumbermen. let of pleajanf medicine

\ __ c. \vUIOIIt IIDu.1 Sixteen Pages of Reading Matter Several Hundred TilE undersigned having formed acopartnership
G.C. ACO@TA. FeLix LiviDgrton .1acUoavWe.G Engraving, with a full and complete Index. A Politifal Journal and General the purpose of transacting a
FRtITS CONFECTIONARY AND G. llendrick Magnolia Fla. G Stone. ..4Lr1b Its circulation on last Volume exceeded 23,000 Xetrtpaptr. I General Merchant Business Cored to heath and vigor by a treatment at Ones
_ .
;- SODA FOUNT. BURLINGTON MILLS. .5 copies per week and the practical receipt. in one C. G. BAYLoa, Kditor.-*3 year. I MAGNOLIA, E. F., pleasant and eflectna!, should couuU fik MOR-
Corner Octaa Streets. John D. MelCinisy, II volume are worth to any family much more than i would mpeetfall call tile attention of,all who are RIS. Ilia eneeeiis in chronic diM.Ha. bees
Bay Sadler .t Co. Post office Mandarin, Fla. Nassau, James T. O.ieil i Wc'Olllodl the subscription price. I desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their largo and greater than that of other of k'w
physician day.
r L.W.VVLOM.Ftr1NlTnhz PALATKA MILLS. )ill,. The following CASH Panel are offered by the ISSUED WEEKLY.The well selected Stock, consisting in part of any C. C.Dessuni as, fir the fourteen largest licl of subscribers Groceries Many who hare been for yean afflicted with uit-
,SASH, LiDS& DOORS. Palatka Steam Saw Mill Co. Palatka. Dry Goods Qucenrware,
; OmII.. HolMet1 A. J. Brad..t Itn. sent in by the list January, 1855: $100 will State R fhlllltgWerwill be eoodnctei upon Hate, CaM, GrockeryamlGlaosware, ease or consequences resulting from aseees, have
S 5 StoreBay-it. FOUNDRY AND MACHIXE Ui ginboth.m. It be given for the Urgent list; $75 for the second; the principle of STATE RIRHTS as laM down by S Boots and Shore, Dregs, Medicines been restored to health and vigor under hU naU7'.dent
S It -- r __ WORK St.Joha', ('.llIamrhre,". S1..tugu.tine *6o for the third; $55 for the fourth; $, for tho J nrr.RIIO'I. Tho Register will adhere to the or. Iron, Nails Paint, Oils, treatment.

.. S flITAUZtAT$. JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY AND }. C. liumplucyc, ., fifth ; $45 for the sixth ; $40 for the seventh; $.15 ig'mnal ConrAd as ratified by the several States, Hardware and Cutlery Window Glvn. a SAoId a personal Interview be objectionable,

:ni'EMX RESTURANT AND BIL- MACHINE WORKS. JaeobMleklrr5 It for the eighth I $30 for the ninth; $25 for the tenth; aol will oppose all latitudinarianism is legislation Particular attention paid lo the Provhiion BUM- state your disease in writing-enclose Ire dollars

t ;;:; .* S "HARM SALOON Mooney & Cookin. Pat, W.\'. TnmhlIn 'SStansi.laua &0 for the eleventh; $13 for the twelfth t $10 for and all encroachment, secret or open upon the S, ness. 'Hay, Born Mess Pork. Floor Bacon,FIsh, addreM Dr. AT. II. 3JOBU1S, through the Poet
>- OIiRlU, Of the thirteenth; $3 for the fourteenth. The cash mr.HTs and KOVESBiexrv OPTIC STATES. The Molasses Sugar, constantly on hand ia largequaatitie oee. Savannah Ga, and a package ef Medicine,
; ,.??.fU. Caner& Se" *' -t. FOUNDRY, MACHIXE WORKS .AXDBLACKSMITHIXG. Nathan Norton will be paid to the order of the snceetxfn competitor Remitter;will take as its test In the discussion 1 I securely put up will be teat privately and with

ar'1.D Marion John )31efnta.h Ocal& immediately after the the h'January;1S33. all puUie ., THE CotsTiTCtioa I>roduce of aH kinds purchased. /. donpaU-h Lisa ef direct tone therewith sail ne Ill.*-

'.;, ,S. ) 4 Co... RESTAURANT* R. W. Pigga A Co. Robert Bullock, 4S Trans:-One copy one year $2 i one copy six roo..trued.arid unroinprumised.Wtsiuxcvos l. atricll7'1 All are Invited to call before making purchases tiow asked.Pension. .

2Lz-tred. -- 8. n.lr8ton .II I months $11 five copier, six mouth,$4; ten copies, CiTy, July, 18S1. elsewhere.N. .living at a dwtanecy afflicted with Scre

--,, "-TLT: RESTAURANT UEHREOTYPU AKT18T.M. J.D.31.A.WIllis I six months, $3; ten copies twelve months 813; B.-.\ large assortment of Negro Goodssuch (cIa, CXd Ulcers Teller Cancer, Pile, FUala i.

Levy, Morgan. Wa.ess"aNs... fifteen copies, twelve months $'?j twenty copies COXGRESSIOXAL RECOilMEXDATIOXS.WASDISGIO.V I as Ken, Blankets, Aft. Ano Gravel Strictares, Cleats er say derate whatever
,1S 1"1Ia-s.rc.J. Job.It Uatcbf.r.
s W. GRAVES, twelve months, $23 in adVaneo. July, 1834. July 8-tf HENDRICKS 4 CHESS. of an aggravated or malignntea ,_
RObert %
.! -- -'-;--S--' 1 Rooms, on 'orsJtb-Slm't. aUer,1iJo No number subscriptions above twenty can betaken ; Wo, the undersigned Senators and Representatives be cared at home by coMnltlng Dr. MORRIS, 'y
"_ _II6T._ Awaborough toilDOQ Tartan Talllpa.1. at less $1,40 each. Names can be sent in at in the Congress of the United States eordinl- CHARLES DEWALU letter pot paid encloMtg a fee. _

I*. U."ViiACCD nIKXA5D&Z DK. FRAME;, : ..T.Cunningham, 'aE. different times and from different Post Office*. I ly recnoimend the Flat Rightt Remitter and j\a-' A UCTXO .IJ..IJ: I Medicines pleasant and sate, can be teat per mall

5 1 SNUFF AND SEGARS. Rooms over Bifebee k Canova'0 Store, Ueraudo Kendrick M. Southern and Western money taken fitrsubscriptiont. hand Economist with the principles and pnrpn- !; r t') any part of the Tailed Etatea. '
Joseph Taylor, D. ttoo. Jacksonville. Fla.
S IlayStnet.C. set as announced in tho foregoing prospectus to : Particular attention given to the treatment of female -'Ia4.SI., abaft Lt&ngttm. lloutt.U. JEWILR%'. W.)1. Garrison It Letters should be directed postpaid to Mcx.i A the confidence and support of oar constituent SALES in any part of the County attndedtee 5 complaints. Ladies who may bo aftirted
'ffi--f;,. I Charles lIt\llun 'SE.L.8.lph Co. 128 Fnlton-Street N. T. rollcitcd
'. IN TilE SEXATE.A. rwpectfnlly with Irregularities Floor Albw 'or White*, Pro.aprua .
I, A ,.. S U. OAK, a Messrs. lieu A Co.are extensIvely engaged in P. Butler S. Adams Goods sent to the subrcriber on commission,either Uteri or Falling of the Womb.would do

& M. PEAR80X.AlTDilNKY Clock, Watch, Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Kaaree, Peter Benjamin SaWyer, E., WHt procuring patents for new inventions anal will advise T. 0 Rock, C.Co Clay.Jr. for private or auction disposal, will be Quickly well to lay aside all false deleeaey and promptly
Cf'U/\ .
AND COUNSELLOR Cotlery & Bay-Street. inventors,without charge,in regard to the novelty 1100.\T.Jones, Benj. Fitzpatrick attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. 'Tho consult the Doctor Caret warranted. .
Robert ItSana.oI
Clark. of their bprovemoDsI.NoUce Subscriber has been known this for
J.Toure1: S.R. fI7 AU ktten te ,rc \. atteaUoa.piuthopoetpald
jjlly opposite the Court Hooaf.VTTYATLAM'.JUDGKOF S4 ,
WM Young, number .
GROTUE a otara.Auctioneer and otherwise.He
', to Mariners. J.Shirl-b, A. O. Brown, enclodng a fco. ddreai, PnT, II.
S S I.L'"C LlVIXG8TOJr. Watch-maker and Jeweler, Orange, Algeraoe ArtberOlns 8.:pcer. Eat.rprise., 'a -e.Llt1.I0It Fart C.ret.(Patapsc.Riur.W) John Pettit.Y.. K.Sebastian offers no roeonuneadationf, bat desires that Inquiries MOTElS, SsvaaaahOeo. *

I ; PROBATE, 3Qding. B4)bStrftl.C.OAK&SON F.liJail Watson, 'I A Beam Light has ben ostabluhod in the Pa- a T.James, It. W.Johnson. should be made,concerning himself of any fV Coumttiag Rooms Jfo.88 Bryaa.mei.p.
S <,. Coo, IIuw epson River at tile silo of Fort Carroll, So Der'. noun or commercial house at the place of his reticl Jnee., polite Monument &Jurej1IJJ| 29-2y
& &in tU Seater, ,,.C.Wil1latu) A4a..rill. REl'unCTAtrYES.Lima Since the Ire bo ha located his store on Forty .
Point Flats situated .
Dealer In and Manufacture D.A.LceI It midmay of the River Bold, (speaker) ,F. Chastaia,' UI.-oIuP car opp1Denlalp. -
of Gunt i between Hawkia's Solfer's street,on the burnt district where tail Auction b;
CC\.VE&Y and Pointa.Tho .
S 5 } Jla1lTOSR. LILCen.., ..f8cIIoMcIII Thos. H.Bayly, J. Leteher, lite" $W. tIeeopact.nshIp
Ae.Street. smell 1. chess present conducted an4wl). .t
Beacon hi the Eastward NQ'fIOI
.ATTORNEY LAW to and Vorlhwanlof
I.L. Clinmaa. O. R Sindetoe.Jai. was Ute
Irun 4' BItc. 4l4ip4 .
ka ns eo hand on the moil vaaaonabJa tarma.FAJUiY _
r /JP%ou ; ,-.ia )[r:Ochnt' Itoaac.C. U VERY STABLE, 5: tbo Main Channel from- whkh It distant about L. Seward, (Qa.) Roland J. rD GROCSRUa AND P-BOY! UON9 I twanty 0" e.Js7s b7msiaalenspp.' 'f

S By C. Bl1sa\ .t B"mt gto. Iroute.S A CARU. .o..foenthofsmfla. I .Wright, Paolu Powell ,For Cash awt Pai1u ., J.0.h"-. _qupd IQ apLla t basliewS
BRO"..D. WOULD'tah thisDrthod Af'feformwf ay -Tba Illuminating Apparatus k of the'St. order, Thomas 8.BoceekJ XBrockinrkiga, Country e. It.. .. C'

S ATTO&XKY LAW; .OTARIBe.S I Mead and ewtoiMn and p Wfc generally,that' Catadloptriet II elevated 'thlrty-stvgff.t (37)) A.,II.EdmnndtOn,,' .loluMoQu", ;Jnly 8-tf CIIARtKiCoparta DaW.4U _bel." ...r_ I
;tc.5cm9.SL, i '. C. BARRETT sine the great ire i. Jaeksnnville IbavaretabUshed ., bbov.ordInay low water, aad maybe ai ea, tmd > W.P. HarrIs, James 4borcrocable. nhiB ifotlec : ,JOllY o.BrrLElI

-." '--- 5-- -- ,, in the new building epposlte the resi. r ordlaarjrrtatef of the atmosphere.'from en e1to T.LOrr; ,).'. Latham, *: JLJI.LDSE. -
.S P.FRUER S 'otuf! .r1 Coam for dence.of Pr. Baldwin;.where thavo Opened tb. ralUa af 10 faet abort the water;100.z..tical. ) P.& Frederick P.Staotoa, rpjJB wJderrigned hav this oar formed aCe I S -
nndarlha | I c.eputaenlJlp
XjMtrtnonhtp Ira a JiirmEsasvJkyiUM
n statet S
ATTORXEY AT LlW S ,Ieftr'aJ State8. Apotheeary-Haa an ,ootir stick oil or niUs. SasapsenW. HUT,, W.M.Smitb. : y that have this day
andwia.eoatinM tha Vbulwalf and hereby gr en w
S Q6. By order ojftht LlgM.flousstS. ,
dElfIfl 1q 11t1UJe. Drugs and Medkincs Chunks Colin JLIajenoll p, NOTICE
i 'om.-Fonrth-SL PerfuaeryFsn.ey Phillips I RetaflCLOTffJNO l ta cupeliqarshlp'baM ppSSS
__ -S. S JOIINIi. IL BOURS Articles, Combs Brushes Caad1.lOdan .'H. BRBWJMQ1f, no'li Staiatoa P.JL-Bell. T4ILQWO- of sawing aad pUn W|na ber, at the SUam.fiaw
t 5S ,' .c.t.l COPPSB1CJ'LSS f .
Flower *
seeds. FlaM .1 -
.. Burning Lasanwoakj "J..P.klq., '
.UDEBIIOV'- N 5 F.lWiaUea Jnn known M theCKy Mttla nndar taaaaaM,
: 'Publie. : PaiaU awl OUs'Window JWtimort MAugtt 7, KM- B. Greenwood U*comet. oTEaat Bay and Qnaa.traatf.iCMHsstow ,
Lamps, lA
r 9.R% &Y .ALA3t: QIln" I Patty, .5 & a kw5L't7 ,o.f If '& '
: Itn& 11(1lU ; :
Soda Water and f S
Mineral Water. John G.
01 t cool and Darili J.tXABert -
S .
'.t4aJnlatnton '
___ .S :, .AHJtf..fifrccfcL. '*s i, '. .5- .: S : ling to b.had at counter at alItIaecaadeypexcepted. .otl"i ,t' : Joshua Vaaaant John : I \Y'J.lIATTJUBSl. JOU. 0.
SMDl .
BArTK AOCXCIE8.iL .' Jh XXsuceihs a t.i&.*.. IwUJpl'OleftllV.b : >n., July 1'u. VM.,Pe OIIARA..gkan'ieti'ri"e 88_,''" JACOB RxIE&r7T.5 ,
".5' EJWI41ATOX. i :i :-:- X.-A. BkbanLioa , ." 1 ,
.. and I -
4 : S S YoadMr lo the QL-A.HtCattev I'roU *
c Judge ".
Physleian can havo tltnir C. 'Wa Jl.llrk Netlee.PT5fl1aad5spslgie45wltl
EAW.. ( Agent c. the &Dkd S with_ r' fCJoaI'ptdap, Probates.aad for AUrhaa County and ask:to aired, JV.' Tors, nsU__ :Ms'rnpevtuiesdas.if 'be absent ai't.e North
*14dS '- S iJJe.- ,..+ eL a4fU>*ldjy. be dlsebaffW from'th ttbertijntr&Imof John S.Cukle W." Doye ., ,', ,
.- : ; Oeum.SW.flRyA.- ". Jut? 8tiTflOs. MCMILLAN.Notice. ,.Eaate fit" :! *yn eof paid ,Lawrenc.M.KeU( ,' :'1,jLaieC. 1' } J..Jltitn..n. _, Sang.5-2aia.2m_ 5'-L- :;: &M iw, mall about tao}*ofCoMber
C'W.CALL ;? ; ."" S S o J. Paalkne".. -- S A sezt, when, they wHH* ma\of
"J. : f',:- : eQnt7! ,, r' v : .
i i
ATTONEY'AND ; "Tt ,4 deea4th:1PiKvATT.: : UtOOpcar.Li flood lbs this market. tJst.thsaeaatlnM; their
UNCELLOR. THE FELIX LIVINGSTON J*ny ... Adm;.' rwQICK HAMJS--Received weekly per
Agwtof the BanlrorFafrfieldL 8. C.w4' ., spent during my ahsenea from the jut 1--6. 1nf.I. 8TANDLET, Do '.t'I 'V et. end far r-1q cheap by, ': : '. 62"eU. ref plat., .,and ecssrding to qsasfltyS business.m. kWtM,' band' .t..7.Brian S
C s 1t ffsJa, X** t .. aa1 &, 3t J.rCfIa AzT.ZL&LL.z E q. !LOGQOLZ9L'
fStrttt. 'ttI'l1 ffJ], t._I. AReN._ ,I .ttnuvWe Jn4tk, 1H. J-jl W"t 'JSrtro I t 18- ) ( -


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