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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 21, 1854
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v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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

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LAWS I ti, Loui.,\'ille. St. louis, 'Jivhrille, an< j I Mexican grantee, f r':1 part of the pLace J blow and kicks arc the rewarua of his | were entered for exhibition. And they I! A THRILLING SEA STORY til at last cur whole stay was placed opoia .

OF THE UNITED STATES. Natchez 'to be secured ihd paid at those j I known as "};ntt-e Naps" amf situate in Xaj 1 faithful service. The twelve of the dog ; came fnmi almost everywhere b'everl a single: loll less than a nan's wrist in etc-' .

1, phxceSj" and the said city of Quincy and j ap county, State of California. And the ;( follow, and! lie bJlei his teeth, and lies countiu,including Hamilton of Ohio, wen I ST AX EYk-tHTXUJ. I cumferencc. Still the iron clang to '.b' .*

.-rUDLIC,78 OF.33d CONGRESS the said'jiort delivery Bs, 81Id is hereby, : said commissioners shall be satisfied thai 'down in 'the corner and grnvl-. UlienI I, nil J't'Ireeutccl, and thin there were ha- r solid wood, and bore* u afongsde w.break. '.
annexed to and made- part of the roller ;j'the Teaid J>er>ons named derived title U : these are gone, the ape's ten \caw form the Lies (ruin Indiana Louiiana l'ennttJI1'&nia I It was at the close of a stormy the thought in a most frightful proiisaII7't
OF tion district of Sew and all th their claims I and U&oaacbllietts. W"e would the 'eN This WiWn incident ba .t
I I Orleans respective previous to theI i conclusion. 'I hen man. Weak and Billy, becomes l'uLJi.J1 1825 when the Coodti'
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'r X IT }; STATES, facilincs and privileges allbrded: by ?*ddt t I I third day of March, one thousand eight S tha spurt of children.-Translate i names but for the serious protests of the year tution,under, the command captain Kliott, leva noticed in public but ttI -

Ipasud at thejirst test ion, vhich vat be- of Congress of the second of )March eighteen -1 hundred and fifty-three. I;from (eriin.I I parents. who dtJ not desire the worl. to laving on Ixtir.l the late Edward Living, I thelitCTs1itt.whkbInak5XiQtt1i5Iih.,

cNn awl held at the City of Washington, hundred and thirty-one, be and hereby I'I SFr.ttr.el: be further enact?, That f know that their babies .catered for the : stun then MBilst attneXIWrt France; teit& -- S ..

in.the Dint rift bf! C,( on Mffiitlay, are extended to tin ***\ |>ort of Quincy. I the said pf"r.oi>s named nhall bo entitled to I NATIONALBABY SHOW.THE I prices ami d'.d: not get it. We appreciate f and family, and manned by nearly five hnn j Aa wo galloped on- for I can compare; t

.fA* S/A Aiy of Dfrembcr. 1 t:.and rndAf Arpro\ed, Fed. i! 1854.PtBLIC no privc'ege not conferred on claimants tinder I J: their feeling and submit to their request. deed souls' drew near to 'thetj shops' of the ; our n el'. leaping To nothing els. 'tt '-I

: tin $,,. ..',S. the 7/A Jllllfl' .iugutt.' the original act, but asr'to ah extension ,! RISING GEffEBATIOff- IN ARMS : In such ion immense crowd we could not KnglUh: : channel. 1'or (four ap abc Lw: i J rocks Sfciaed very near us. Dark ar'-w**\ '

14. ( X.] of time in which tholr! cfctiufe may be res- i with any propriety get anything like a personal been beating down from Plymouth and tie ni,ht. tLe white foam scowled around ,

FRANCLIX Pir.HrrPrcSHlent., DIVID An Act giting further Time for Sulirfyins I!. pectiVIy iV-d to.the said cotnihxiours.I8.l. IN'TCN'SC liXCITK.MCNT. i description: of the babies I ; but we I on the fifth at evening she! made her tack i I their black head,while the,aph1 Ml over 7i
It. ATrin*OX, l'rv:i
Lt.\\ HorD.i jcakcrofthc lluuee II I| attention, sounded lie the awful knell tLat the ocean
'ttmptne. li'u.rpos I Beautiful Babies and Proud | The watch was set at eight, P. M.. the
of \ trtBUt' X\'lli! f THE r"aETTIE3T EABTT.It .' 1 was singing f' tie Tictluu it was eager toj
Jit-lfl'l.lt1tat l' I ne it enacted by the Senate and house [ captain came on deck soon after, and haying -

.ft-nut' I.) R"presf'lltaticf'.Jl nfthc United Slates f/ t .In Aetfur the Extension of the Prerinp- Mothers I w n generally adduiitted that decidedly ascertained the bearing of Solly gave el1-uph! S f ,

An Act concfrtiitt the D'mlrict Court of I America fh CvmrresiassnnWetl, 1 hat the i I lion Privilege in the State f Cal jfornia. the prettiest chili 1 on.exhibition was from orders to keep tLe ship full and bye remarking j I At length the I light boro upon r t-

the Lnltftl Stiitrt in Cal fornia.lIe act'entitled "An act to PreiccfOr 'satisfying -I 1 Be it enacted bjr'th, Senate and HouseffRfpresfntPtitesoflhe AWARDS OF TilE PREMIUMS.We I Cincinnati; ; it i h tIre daughter of Mr. Henry at the same time t J the officer of;, ter and the boll Atlantic rolled I whiC
I I1J( .'.. 'It i krealy'*i sVeVt; child and I' caid before us. During; this time all was
claims lands f .* United
Staff the
it emtft&l by the Semite anti House bounty r military erVKX ojAaurica the deck, that l.e might; make light onthe
in the Lrte T\ith Urea. Uritain csnembled That the I with out pretending to lea jlll- ie' must silent, each officer an! man was at,his post
in itt
''Rrpmrnlalire fthe nitrd States ef I > t\ar ,, : Congress find in tho Cincinnati Times, of Friday [ Ice beam; but.: he stated. he thought '
ate for oth"r of the of the fourth of : coincide with; the general opinion. t: would it stat! the bearing and countenance of thot
# act tliiii that lie
AmfrCi in (Jvitgifgs t'-'Jlt m bled. That |itrphst : aiprof'xd July I proisioiia September more 'probable pa**
la t the following account cf the most
Hlierp) shall I IH? ,uiteJ b. the Itr"id't1t twenty seven"ightmi iflfllFeI anrt fi'rlytwti eighteen hundred and! fort.ronI \, : I Large and fat children se-med; to p- without peeing it. lie then .turne .'&1 : captain seemed to give encouragemant to .
aj jM '
remarkable Fairs of this jro-aiii/ad country domlnat! Ore from Indiana. five mouths I : cviry un board. With but a bare
aiidalso'thetuoattnairOMiivH. January settlers person
of tile United :tate by an \\ith the alt-I printing preemption rights to on : did most of idlers and the starboard watch.

t ice anti cMiint uf the Nnj.te, a ilttrict I twenty-&j\eiitb eighteen hundred and j the public land-, as modified and made applicable held at Springfield. Clark country, Ohio,on ;I old.! ,w ei;hcil t Wl'n t J.Hnn and half pounds.Another I .At" quarter j/st nine, P. 3L. the hip J. possibility of s&tic' the ship and those on
he skill and
v judge for tw! 'Uull:,judicial di.-trict heretofore -i thirty-live, therein and thereby revived. to the State of California by the i Thursday of last week. It is a refreshing four months old, weighed t'eutylJun' headed west l,y cmfll'when the board nlled oa his nautical

cstaUli-lnnl in the Mate of e "halt"Le and the same are hereby; revived act of the third of March eighteen: hundred S S i iI call of 'Li h: Lo!' was heard from the fore- t courage,and btarryingtheinsiusailwhicIsI
from the columns of ;
t : I change dry political I A lair cf twin* cf Clark County attracted in other situation would baser bwnj
hfur-I any
ofth and continued in force for five years, to be and fifty-three, shall be further modifiedby I topsail Im'Where I
nia an-1 that the tiuII; di I
; I resolves and com cntion speeches : i II much attention. They were cry pretty -!. I considered a suicidal act he feathered the tI
court at Jan Jute, Sacrauvn- : computed from the twentyfeiith day (If( extending the provisions of the third i ncar'ahkcas &t'a11keJ tLc officer of tie I j lIce; in of June, one thousand eight hundred and fif JTOA io in the sixth section of the aforesaidact TilE ARRIVAL OF THE BBIE3.Decidely : and as two peas. I deck. sOr;arid sated the CuMtitutwn.

tlic to, are_ifkne.or hereby other inability of the case district ty-three. of the third of March, eighteen hundred the greatest feature of this :i An elderly lady was present with herstvcntcenth'bi'jy I Hire's points en'the fcc bow,' replied the t j The mainsail now hauled up by liyLt
months oM.She hearts
judge fur the southern ili tnctof CJifirnia Appnned, Feb. 8, IS51.tPrstir :ami fifty-three. to cettletnetits made prior Fair was the National Baby Convention only two .i lookout man, which the unprofessional reader and strong hands the jib andepanki -
; : in thIS taken in
claimed and the the
.. nothing extraordinary i (r from light of Scilly
to :n within two ears after the which took tCNaY. It attracted will understand to mean very nearly
to hold the tern of the district passageof place Jc
child but she of the under elate'nded
thought was deserving a I II gallant n'it topS
[ XL] this lct.wrm'cJ people adults and babies from all of : straight ahead. ,
OKirt at tire placea j re"Til>c I by law., or parts I II I the i i. S i'
An Act th Jill llrf'ml'1lt of I' .\ 1 lt5 I. premium-;jd certainly I At this the : and and main trysails, took her departure
.at either of tii-tn. it hail be lanful fur tile t.) Regulate March. I I the Union. No k.s than lifxjO vUited moment captain appeared
of the thc-ru diatnct of I the Cnntingrnt fund of the Sejuit and the Fair to-day excluding liable all of I i Without atteinpting'to'particularize, we I took the trurnjet.'Cill ; and t t'tncel merrily over the deep toward
i Utrict judp.'v not will ,t that think all the babies! the United States. -
,.l'.lif'Jnu t hold tltc .said n-s-ionj cf the I fur ohr.purposes. whom appeared to Ite excited as to the display -, ju say, ve f all Lands,' was his immediate or II
I 'presented were really pretty,and that their i'ipe down Tdaid the captain to the CtttIlenttnant I
district court .Ir the boiultern district, or lit it enacted by the Senate 'und House I 'I of innocence and infantile! beauty.: The der.'All .
be of
have to 'and the main brace. i-
jl5isccI1aiig.5 parent just cause proud splice
; novelty the exhibition of ifsclf euflicicnt Lands!T whistled the boatswain with ,
?lii. the Un'tcd States was ,
ny vf them. l ii case the itrictjl1ll of pmtrntatins if of i i them. Pipe down!' echoed the first lieutenant 3
I .or the luirtlucrii judicial district of tiliforjiia -I America in Congress assembled 1 hat tLe to create a general interest: but to I the long shrill summon, familiar to thu to boatswain. _
dull, fivm Miku&a: or utl'lr dlJ k% be moneys which ha>e been, or may hereafterbe. I FOR THE > ws.hriit 1 this was added, three fen ices silver plate- I..I J utgc.3H're THE a long time ia their in :: cars of all who lave ever been on board a I'ipe d&.vn!' TrhUtled the boatswain io

,utiahlc to hold"'lw fv"ione of the district appropriated: for the comjieiisation of (' ian's AspiratloiiB for Relief. I as prizes. The mruiajrer.s of the "show'5appeared I.! vestigations. After they retired, the mothers -: man-of-war. tLe crew, and fpi? dowi it 1n5IIIow
taken aback the interest -Lands!CI'l'l.roCJ the LoatsTaitl'mate
to be at
for.tlie t\r1tI>< di.-fr'ct of I'ahfonua members and otficers. and for the contingent O'! that
court my soul had the wings of a dove.And ; with their children their arm. walked i I near the rock did ire 7* said I
."t the tim< and'l'lacc! appointed by law. I cv.i>enses of the Senate. shall 1 loe paid : cuuM fly tt the nppennobt heaven above taken in the affair. They had supposed I. into the Floral Hall where they remained I I and ere the echo died; aw ay,all but Ui. sick to one of the m.s er'a ml.tc8J go the next,

of tlV-a'. it shall an.l) be law'- at the Treasury on requisition drawn by that even their liberal premium.* would not : 1 I wvre upon deck.
eithc I
r may She has heard 'tis a region of live and delight, while the spectators crowded past them I mornU'
I .
;ful for th ti'uheni dittnctof California to I the Secretary of the Senate, and shall I Ix tempt more than a dozen babies: or go, and :, I The ship was staggering through a heavy
to take look at the :, This ended lIe made but
And tither would deed Oh! how swiftly! her flight! a ': no reply. taking down a
'hold said Session-the di.-trirt court for kept. disbur.-ed, and accounted for by him. Lad made arrangements arcordingl': Ten tho Baby Show the first but certainly .. swell from the Bay of Biscay; the gale, chart showed Ene between
great me a pencil this
*tl e northern di trict of California. or aii_> according to law: and the said Secretary .. Ye Angel?, who people that balmy abode, i o'clock yesterday morning convinced them not the last' hi.Ohii. which Lad been blowing several days bad I I outside shoal and the Light House Island
shall be deemed disbursing oflictr.SEI down from he Ibo that they had: underrated the importanceof I I increased to severity that was not to be
'or either of tl.eni.Ai a Stimp your glory- guide of road; the "show" ended the i which Lave
: Though was excitement must been a small Joe
And bf enacted That f the occasion. Devoted mothers and i made light of. The breakers, where Sir i
18 IS'A.fPiBLir further the the
and duath it
|>ro\e .
doating fathers with their little in CIuuieslyShovel and his fleet were destroyed I
in lieu of tin bond now required by lie, pets i to know the
IL be given 'Jtthe Secretary of the &1l3tehe But I dread not to go if it lead to the sky.I i their arms, came pouring into the Fairground I I I. jircmium babies, and judges -i r in th edaj Queen Ann,sang tLeir song 'goodweatberbyday-Ught.\ .
] Some ladieswere : For
not to is the
were. ready report. I noble and deer old fri
each. no doubt confident of leaving of death before and the Dead Man's Ledgeplie.l
An Act to continue force the Aft entitled. -I fliall give bond to the United States wok aher peace, but I find it not here, !I sure that this Shrek of a child" or 1 gate reserved! .
it with of the A small in hoarser cotes behind us. To I
canvass .
axcertuin and tettle Ike I I.Prirate within tl'II'das after the pas..age of this II one prizes. that fclove of -would otf the : go I I deck .
.4* Act la MiJd'ttbe puntings of hope, and trembling nf'tar tent had been as'ipmcd as the I: a baby carry : oht-od seemed to be death, and to attempt went upon ; the sea iras calm s>
with sureties to b receptacle -
act one or more j
Land Claim intfic State tf California ; of tile aji-! I thin-t, lout ah! where are the waters belowUrpolsonid of the entries: and into that mothers, I silver ware, while every parent interestedwas :: to go about was sure destruction.The f gentle breeze was swelling our canvas (rosa

,'' and fir other purpose I pron'tll\in the jional'Sum Comptroller of twenty thbnand Trea-nry.dollars !-I by sin-nuimbittored by woe ? I babies and nurses were ushered by gentlemen sure of a 1 7.t. The judges not being :I first thing that caught tLe ere of the !' our mainsail to r.,the iSles Scilly had
abie without the, eunk in
the Smote Jbfaf to CUTh interruption on the eastern waters and the clouds'
Be it tna.cldJ ann I the furled which he
their breasts.
captain wn.i mainsail
with iilition for the faithful application -! A from h; has been wearing rosettes upon |
on jh sent to
ray my pout ground! retired to the Anthony House in.. i of the term
L'uifal Stain i dying were rornngtiffin brok-c
RfpretentaiiM 11M f fliMTicrt Soon there "music within. : had! ordered to bo carried throughout thcwr.inthnt
and I disbursement of such funds was
as And the laduws of earth darkly to rQ! I the There followed ,
Con u&seaiuled. That ; eem more ; city. they were y i I S rn masses to the northward and westward
in re1l8 au hauling of which, contrary
aud may be drawn from the Treasury under The world all aronnd mr, in ruin ICe, ior\c ..H1F.iUCAi"OICi is HEARD.Astoaiehed hundreds anxious to learn the result. I up (; like the flying columns of a beaten I
act eu titled An act to :i"c Ttau Mettle I to the lost order that he had given on army
the private land chums ill the State of this nrt. \\hieh bond shall be deposited in An this U no home and city for me! probably, at fmdinz: themselves PRIZES AWARDED-xSIME.5 OF THE.VICTORS. :leading the deck, Lad caused the ship to i I have been in many a gale of wind &!
the eomptrQI r'i office and it shall be the ;
; in 'mass assembled. the lit- Lave
"California.; p--ed March third eighteenhundred duty of each and every Secretary of the For patience I pr y-but I iigh for release,- tle meeting which shook the The session was a long one but about C I (allof to leeward two point, and had thus but passed through scenes of great danger
ones sent up a crv. ; never bcfuro nor*since,have I experarK
and tith.-l't1e be. awl the same is o'clock in the evening the final ded-non was her into a position on a 'lee shore
Senate who may hereafter be clio-in. to Oh! take me, Eodcemcr, fur Thou art my peace! canvass-top an.! pierced the cars of the : up- I| ced an hour terrible a3 that when the
'lierelyj. coutinucil in force for one year fruin ma.le and the 'rize awarded as follows: ]lIed which: gala was blowing Ler. in
: aforesaid within Tho waters I for above 'I i strong !
give bunl as thirty days lulg are flowing people. In ran did the' brass-band toot r i Constitution was Jaborinj with the lives
.March. \ DVightecii
and alter the third day I'i First prize a splendid service of silver i the chance of safety appeared to the
after I he enters upon the duties ofhisoflice. And the ray wad font, was the pledge of Thy their instrument* to drown if possible the of l five hundred men hxwg.n.P on a 1 1o
htindiv l mid tilt}'-four. fur the pur- anti Ufv/re afore- love plate including! a large salvar. the daughter : stout -st nerves almost hopeless. That sole ,
making requisition as
any America iron bolt tu weather Scl1Iy.
piercing Young was aroused sma the
cry. on
'\\ne eiiaUnij the b<>ird <>r mmslon- I of Win. Konnor Vienna, Clark County -,; chance consisted in standing on, to carry us

Vrs appointvil under said art t., determinethe I said.Sir. ;3. And be further nn.'Ii'r. Thatit Yet, Lord Thou ha>t promised; to take up Thine I which, and shamed fcorning! the to be beat of sent the forth notes and I aged 10 months. I through the breakers Sclily: or by a close i night i of tbullth cf 3Iiy, 1S5.DuringthogaleMrs.Liringstoninqujred.
abode keys bugle: I t
claims pre.-rnted to aid board under I Second: prize. a serviO of silver plate to along their outer letlgee.Was this
"h31111\ e duty of the t-aid Secretary : With mortal!on earth that lire near to their God- mads the trombone bln;h for its weakness. II craze !| of the captain if we Wire not in great danper. -
the act aforesaid.Sw. the son of Wm. McDowell of Fulton destiny to be the end ef the gdJant old
of the senate t', depo-it the mone: s aforesaid -I Oh'! hi -The babies the ha.Licst'e.! the I : to which Le
ton ant on lip
I Thy eomint1 bring us relief, I | rejilleJ, as soon as we La l P
I ? Awl b. further enacted. That into his hands Hamilton County Ohio, aged 13 months. ship, consecrated by many a prayer and 1
which may come Frum tha in-staui'd earth of bcrroTT end jritf! ofetery one. Ploughs, cmbrodery, reaping i ; passed Scilly Tou areas safe as you would
'the 3id b"rd of eoiumipsioiiers: may apr : I Third prize, a plain fertico of silver, to bleB ing from thheart of a nation .
the depositor who may be 'itMjriate: t b_ I machines fancy goods mechanical skill S be in the aisle of a church.It .
.point one or moiv. exceeding three coinjictenf of the 'i for other Renew our vile: ".dies. that we not the daughter of)!r. .Canon of Philadelphia '\ is the mainsail up, when I ordered.
the Secretary re sury, i may part I and agricultural su tx-#?, were all forgotten w singular that the frigate Boston
1 persona to *ct4 eauiuii-aioncn in I bun-ing JUicers in the city of Washin! -I From Thee in glory, but l-e tu Thou art- in a mom be lise-1 said
the taking of thboiiy to by ton, and all payments on account of the When Thy kitg'Jw't catabliahed upon tho new horned cattle were r.o vliar The people I DBS ITISFACTIOX-VOLCXTEER PBIZE. escaped a similar danger while
but not to exceed ten dullard Great dissatisfaction was expressed at '.F'mt that she pitched her bows under employed -
; & per earth, ;
I pity: alid mileage members uf'the Senate. -men. women and children. l lodie*.gentlemen in carrying out to France Chancellor
'diem. for I And Thy Faintall attending, there'll be no more I : the award of the first prize. It was thoughtit I took it in. under your general order, sir.
i and all payments of their officers awl and made null nlative of Edward1 t.
growing juveniles' a Livingston, and
'' I, Jan. IS. 1854. of the Senate aba! death. w ould be pun at once, to the daughter of I II that the officer of the deck should carrysail i .
tie contingent expea-es fur the "Baby Tent. Being barred admis also Minister to the Court of St. Cloud.
When thnt "-tone from the mountain,cut out without I Mr. Howe. of Cincinnati, and it was evenproposed according to his discretion replied thelieutenant
drawn the '
be dafts by hecrctan on
by lion, however they were obliged fur the : He likewise had las wife oa board and
[PtELIC VII.! handd, i tt take up a subscription on in command.
such depositary. content themselves thcl while the vessel
Shall roll on triumphant, and fill all the hart is- present to by listeningto I spot, to purchase her a gift worth at I Heave the log.was the prompt command was weathering a lee short
'An Act tn prori'lf a plaufJr holding Feb. lU 1851.Peauc i ,
Approved. the mus.c.: Some. more anxious than I Mra. Livingston ajled the captain_.a rough!
No San chat be needed to illumen the much the It understood masters '
Conrtt United States in the day, as as prize. was to the mate.
nflhr .
nftke the climbed the but gallant old ter-it
rest-gentlemen we mean-- they not
Dintricl Xew York and for For Thy Rhry shall banish all darkness away! I that her claim Lad been strongly urged,and The log was thro.vr. were
$thern of [ XII.JAn ) and free for in to which he
adjoining trees. enjoyed gratis great danger, replied Toa
that the awarded the other dees she ?
I,Oct. 19, 1351. Me. !i prize was to 'How fast go
olkerparposes. Act to Indsinnify the Stale of Indiana stolen the ConTention : had better madam
L nothing, a peep at Baby get upon yourknees
child only'one 'Five knots and half sir.
by a majority vote. a
: Re it enacted by thf S .nJ- and Home: for the Failure of Title to a foicn.ikip which.from their expressions wejudg- ;.I determined and pray God tu forgive your numerous
.1 Those in the minority were 'Board the main tide sir.
the Unjteil Stale "I Land granted to said State on her The Life Time of Man. S i sins for if
"bf Rfprcientatires ttf (/ of cd was highly gratifJin) we do not carry bj thin
she should not unnoticed and after She will not Lear it sir; said! the ofHir
S ,
assembled That it admission into the Union in eighteen When the world was created and all pass I shall all be
: 'we down
America in Congress I I point, in fire min.otes. -
MORE BABIES COMIJiS.: the awards had been xr>ade known,waited on of the deck. r
tlte of the Interior hundred and sLctfen.AVhereas creatures assembled to have their life-time I ."
"flha'd be law/ul for Secretary" I '
The Judges were about proceeding to' the little favorite ; and through Mr. Dc- 'Board the main tack! thundered S
I )k'asc (tom t6 bv a decision of the Supreme appointed, the ass first aflvhfrc and asked I
to provide by year year,
their task, when a telegraph was received, I Graff, of Dayton. presented her with a large ; 'keep her full and bye, quarter
S 'or fur a term of"ycrg"at bi* di cfe.ion, Court ofthe Vnited States, made January bow "'r.; h's would Lave to live. J Autumn.
that number of babies of Saviour Blessing !l'ye
a were andtl.r statuette our master S
>ooms in the city of New Vorlrfor holding tw.dtytIftht4ghteen himdred and fifty- "Thirty years, replied Nature; "will that I announcing Like SGm0 rlcLly illuminated nwnucriptor .
the train aid would ( Little Children. This act .\ sir.
on was highly
from Dayton
S the conrti '(f iKUnft\ l States fr the three. the State of Indiana has lost one out be agreeable to thee T' I je..: aye; cloistered art the wonder book':of Nature

outbem d'etrict f.f X RYtrk and fbr the I of w. two townships of land granted to '-Alas !f' answered the ass.fcit i* a long. there at 12 o'clock, and requesting a postponement applauded.Thin The tack was boarded. is cpreatlin oat its autumn in all
:> pages.
of the examination until sai.1babies ends our report of the National Baby 'Haul aft the main: sheet !I' shouted thcaptain
'Acooraidodation of the judges of the said her for the use of a Unirersartr by act of whil". Rt-niembtT what a wearisome existence -! I their bnllliancy mingled coloring
arrived. The request was acceded Show. We understand it will be repeated ;and aft it Went like the spreading ; erery
district and sixteenth [nineteenth- eighteen hundred I will be mine from morning until I mountain is mound
coart!, nd of tlie attorney marshal April ] ; a swelling of jewefiedlustre
the discomfort of the"Convention"tlten with the bird's the sail
next of to
to great year, when experience a sea wing giving huge
of the Unitod States f'r the southern sixteen and has become liable to night I shall have to bear heavy burthens, I ,and every vale and dump of woodland
in session. A few minutes after 12. of this before them, the managers the eale.
',1 district of Ne'v \')rk. and for the clerks of refund !6 a private corporation the pro- dragging cdrn sacks to the mill that others year i I a blending of rich raimbow tints, ever
the Judges entered the tent andthrough will be able! to prepare all the necessary 'Give her tLelee helm when she goes into
cced. of aid heretofore appropriated eat bread. while I shall have no encouragement I which arm-warmed
said di&- township haze
fhecrcuit! : and district courts of may the kindness of the managers, and probably accommodations for the"'entries. the.sea!' cried the captain. a bright is spread.
the of the State Lniversi- nor be refreshed anything I the old missal
to just used
trktl6fc support ; painters to canopy -
with the of the babies sir! she has it
y. And be itfurther enacted, That'tidrs ty of Jndiana for remedy thereofJic -: but blows and kicks. Give but a portion consent we were A LETTER FROM TAXST FERX.' 'Aye. aye, growled out 1 the heads of saints and apostles with
permitted to enter the sanctnm sanctorum NEW YORK 28 1855.S the old sea-dog at the binnacle.
Tenire write and re- it enacifd the Senate and House of that, 1 pray S Thursday, Sept, a halo of golden.light. The hoar-frost
process by '
and look upon the scene. Mr J. PAHT -Sir: In thanking for Right your helm! keep her full and bye! I coTr
Nature was moved with compassion and you the meadows in the
< Ji6.'is in the circuit or district court flfKiprcsentatitesofthe United States nj ers .earlr.morni.og and.
cogni sir full and she is the
THE SCE? THE TrKT. the compliment paul'me by constituting 'Aye aye, bye was
presented but eighteen The ass > lies i in crisp wreaths
'of the United States for the t6uthcrn district America in Congress assembled, That the years. from the helm. I sparkling upon the
I Il went comforted and the dog came The tent presented a novel, amusing and me one of the committee to award the premiums prompt answer fences and bare roofs while '
of N,r lr .YorK', may b i dated, tested !1 gov rnoT of th .State oC Indiana be author- away, 'How fast ditCS she V ,.: overhead* a
interesting eight. The mothers< nur3CJwere at the Baby Convention I would go
l and made returnable at th; United Stac( lied 'to tclec out of land of the l:Jted furtrard. knots :l sky of the deepest blue is beinninttoaoftS
Nine. half sir
"llow dost then lire 1" seated and hud the little darlings"all also express my deep regret that my present aj a ; ..
long require to underthe.8UD6h Not
"rourt-room ill the city of Ncyork, and I States, within the fcaid State, tow subject How beare the en ne. a leaf quiver.
for that is fca will not admit of leaving light
ready inspection near ready engagements -
Nature. my
asLed "l1lirt
wre tooma'ij I and the smoke
VhctlH-r made returnable at the United to private entry nineteen thousand and ) years 1* pale cottage curls op in a
for the but wilt thou be as could be. To see so many babies New York. Nothing would delight me 'Nearly a beam sir
as! contented column
Estate eourf-room or at the City Hall of of land in III\isiollll.i.nd straight waving through th* Iros-
: forty acres ,legal IJU her half .
T' novel to note the maternal more than to visit beautiful 'Kcjpji away
with together was I I your city '
them ;
air while cl nd1e3 of mist
Ycfr shall be in fact re- the ty mt lingeringly
the shall the to Secretary
cty WScw certify same
ai efforts to them in the best mood I which I Lave BO long wished to see sin1the 'How fast does she go V'Nine
"Is thy will that I should ? repliedthe present the lake
ticfaJifKj.:'j\.11 4 '!>& iHsTeturiicd to the af the Interior, who ehall, forthwith. on .. on or creep lizilj up the
was amusing and to their innocent added temptation hold out in the knots, sir. .
I do). fhink how much I shah! ha'eto gaze upon f you hillsides.
court-room in tIC i41Ytw YtfrkjWbCTe, receipt of said certificate, issue,to tli?State and of charms of babies is almost irresis'.ibIe. God I 'Steady so P returned the captain. S.
certainly shape
rim ibollt feet will not hvt for BO faces purest was There is exhilaration in air
at the time of mcl1 return, the court shall of Indiana patents for said lands: Prori- ; roj !' answered the helmsman and all tLe anew p
interesting. I bless their littla sweetness how could 'Steady ,
time. and when I shall have lost life in the wind
be actually held: and that the said circuit I cic alternately as
for and teeth fur There hat a mother, her eyes directed I every thing in the was grave upon
lurking bitting, from the
*ad district court; for the southern district sold, shall be, and forever remain a fund my the of the storm fora northwest bearing froet on 1td'win
the and little shape of a chUd-who bclk r that deck except howling ,
on judges on a j theyare
York shall be held and trials Indiana Unitcrait M hat c1.e hall i be lit fur but to lie in the ?,and brightness to the autumn woods.
tX >ev for the use of the and 7" cherub which lay in her lap. By her eat I all who are left to r s of Eden ; who space of time that seemed to my imagination -
canter growl The farmer earlierafleld with
actions therein had at the court-rooms Fib. i) Ib5l. i his cheerj-
}Jo Approved ,
from tune to time be provided forthat Nature thought he was right, and gave another, holding up proudly a lovely little i I never cone into their presence without a almost an age. I call as ho guides his oxen to the laU harresting. -%
put may Uil.c ,cargoJhe girl, whose flaxen curls and street blue : feeling such as a devout Catholic must Itwasa trying hour to us; urlcss w2 The maize fields
display their
purpose. [PCBLI XIII.] then appeared. eyes would soften the heart of the greatest !I have, when Le crosses himself before the could carry sail so as to go at the rate of tent-like with
rows of
wrvTtd ebruary 2, 1851. An Act to Rrtend the Limits of the Port oj Thou ape will doubtless willingly live the baby-hater in Christendom. Next to her i I image of tLe Virgin Mary How could I nice knots tin hour, we must of necessitydash pumpkins scattered, between garniture;and the yellow-buck

New Orleans. thirty said Nature thou wilt not a nurse was endeavoring to quiet a stout, I choose? shocld turn from black eyes to upon Scilly. and wh ever touched wheat
; patches no longer ,
(PnLlc VIII.] lie it C1UU"y I'M Senate awl House- nave to yean labor, as the ass and; the dog. Lif black eyed, rosy.dWekcd ."one year old" f blue, from Una eyes to grey from grey to those rocks and find during a storm 1. j I I'hpneyed fragrance, art taIling Tickling before their. the

Jin Aft fronting Ae Franking Privilege Representatives.of the United States oj will be pleasant to .-." who insists en pulling the jet black ringlets ;: hazel ; I should be led captive by a dimple, The .sca ran very high, the rain fell in quick-swinging cradle, and lie like red

.to the Superintendent of the Coast Surrey America in Congress assembled,'!}**!, the "All no !T* cried he, "so may it seem to of n ther ono about its own age. One lady :I faciuatcd by a ringlet, enchanted by a rosy sheets the sky was one .black curtain illuminated upon thai bn The orchards-Spots'

and the Assistant in charge of the port of New Orleans be so extended a*to embrace others, but it will not be Should puddings -! pointed with pride to the chubby legs t-c k or a snowy shoulder. My dear, sir, only by the faint light which was brimming with rosy fruit and the chestnut'

-office of said Coast Surrey. the right bank of the Miss ippi river ever rain down, I shall excite laughter of her darling boy, while another o\\'intY : I should be as bewildered as a bee in a ten to mark our deliverance, or stand a monument burs showering down their treasures bathe

Be it enacted by the Senate and House for the same distance up said bLllkL5 it .by my grimaces, and then be rewarded I refers to the delicate but wcllformed features -I r acre lot of full bloom roses. Please accept of our destruction. TLe wind Ladpot woods.. Plenty seems to reign,and Ut,,
in that
extends the left bank. of her sweet babe. One boasted of best wishes fur the success of novel above wListling cams puffs
America in Congress assembled, That the Approved Feb. 23, 1854. concealed behind,a je&t! I shall not be ableto t having the largest fiu age ; another of the I beautiful and admirable enterprise. flattened the waves and made our old frigate gladness upon all--- ,

and smallest and mu1( t. Some of the babies May tho anathemas of'no disappointed settle to her bearings while every thing
of the Coast Survey, endure for
Superintendent thirty years. "A meltar rich&es on the etoferal
of the tPnLIC XIV) seemed to feel their importance on this oc I mother haunt the sleeping of waking dreams on board seemed to be cracking into {' treejj. 5
the att'utant in charge of the office Nature was gracious and he received but And from a beaker foil ef richcet dyes "
comet surrey shall be authorized receive An:Aci supplemental to an Act entitled casion and in spite of the most earnest: of the awarding committee.Yours. ces. At this moment tho carpenter reported : Pouring new >*7 on the aabuDa wooii J.

and transmit, free postage, by the mails, MAn Act to ascertain and settle the Pri- ten.At last came man healthy and strong entreaties, would bo in mischief and keep I very trulr, that the left bolt of the fore-shroud had I, And dipping In warm light ta. pilUnl eLms. "
all letters. and documents' hi relation to rate Land Claims in the State of Califor and asked the measure of his days. up a continued noise. Others appeared unwilling : :: FANNYFE'KN.THE drawn: : Morn Liftj en her the monataia ute a tmamn'ird, -
to fcbelicve their anl lay COIXC3-07 PLDEa \lEa. 'Get on the luffs and set them on all the ap purpl via;t and in tbe Take '
thousand ,
their puWie,dut'K*. nia" approved March third, one "Will thirty jears content tbee T eyes. 1 1I The gentle wind a sweet ami psion& ivrerl
in their mother's watching I Previous to the Baby Show thcrts.was a weather shrouds. Keep her at small!! b lrn.qaartl'l'ml ,
quietly anus, .
Approved,'Fed/2;.1851.1iS.sic eight hundred anlfjly-one. "How short a time !exclaimed man ; X"1IiRI UII bliabiag haves and etbw .p w. ,
Be enacted by the Senate and House 'when I shall hare built my house and kin I the proceedings with, apparent interest, I contest for prizes for the best horsemanship and case. her in the sea, Within the solemn wood of ash deep ct&DMMd.

( : IX.i it United States oj.I dIed a fire on my own hearth-when the while other insisted oa hiding their innocent by females. The jadccs awarded, the prizes were the orders of.,the capfexin. And*ilr t tack,the napU yellow Zsa.-. .

the of: Representatives ofihe t I shall have about to faces in their mother5' bosom, as itl to the following ladies j The luns were soon puttipOn the"eath- TTber Aatwnn,like a ttat 0(4( ,pita dova
in State the trees planted are
'A*Act to constitute Quincy, n/ America Congress a.sseiibkdrThat i saddle "relieved the By the varfid* --Tkioazh U -
knew their refuge was there.yoIo5A3IaaIcA'4 First pnc, magnificent lady's er shrouds, which of coune aweary. ties
Illinois aPart of lJtll rl" following named persons rii J Henry C. bloom and bear fruit-when life shan seem they .1 The golden rotin more t this erpi. bth
: and cLSntJels anxious
Miss Julia UnnS but
; a bridle axe. whip;.to chains ; many an ..
S most desirable! I shall die. 0 Nature VEBSiCClAtt. That
JlditserfRtpnscntatieetofthe Levi AVVllardman ileySneed, to me ; I oa wild cherry and nd cedar feed,
and liojcs ,
'Ei enacted the Senate ,
by Second silver bowl to Miss IvachThinl turned towards the remaining bolts
prize a was ,
one'sean eye A wiaUr bird with Ui
S fell
1" whica come
L'nilod States nj Stephen !liroftdhurst Smith and KriaUeftjGeorge grant me a longer period Then the express otu on pUiatin tIe .
of c! Fer. upon.them depended the masts, and And peck by u. vieb-kapl ,wUIc aloft .
Ilerthald and Lorrin. "Thou sbalt have the eighteen years t "Tomo to mudder arms, S |
America' i* Congress assembled That IinVoudman; Clarke or: the ass.besides.1* Oh! elarlm* .* ttk> tdad!! : prize, a set..of silver epochs, toMM. depended the safety of the,'ship-for with From cottage reefs lh.WarUb*bluebird bCSo,

Ootocy, In the State of lllinoi, shaflbe, Fisher and Guildiildl William S 5S : pet. you .Dr. Parks.. one foot of canvas, could not lire IlIIM. ..
them thibir That.Is not enough, replied man. .J UBV& its 'iftic' heart, it shall haye some ? S
of deli either .of. or representatives, } '
,' and b hereby constituted a port rVUIatIOnsaM very, within"six,jRpntha *ftff the passage '"Tak.likewise the twelve! years. of the tmil,:" ".Tot/tot ',to'.Earidyboss,:
mad*b*U Iw w lgvct to the same of of may this, present their claims to the commissioner dog." '. -I mamma'* iUle hossV Stan np mzzer** 3Ha D; land, aged 13,years. .. Onward plunged thai.orer lackn frigate; thn. unless a pnnte". S. I
restriction as other,and ports there delivery 6b&1ltJe who wcrcf appointed under the *It is tiot'y t suffiaent" reiterated natoj rittl* pet.1* ,"Its.sweet,'soit', is, .madder S The prize*.wfere awarded this afternoon, rod at every eurge seemed bent upon making Wanted by a joung. Itdy eoaw one (a
ill tit* Uxuted .SUtf'i: S |htbbpssetice of a Jar coiuwrs of peoy '. and her lire v fc* '
the s .her.-'psS.-
customs to reside of'this :"act to which thU> a "give me morc, .h. kriows it is."Duuapiflt wants to;tans the deep gave, 9.

*tM aanrTCjr whoshellia or bt addition .to Lwdutie provisions supplement; and ,the .commissioners "1 give thea,'tbe ten y cap of this .pl.. if cart dQJJ1p. '"Tis* mtnmacovr?, won't! j Fl ; -. 55 < SS oak sides his coffin of glory ;8h,had been S Cant ,sLe get tar" raati ef"'the PostlvExchange.

S e. upJdpoit, duties and receive ant hereby empowered to bear.and:dispose invaiiwiltthou claiirf more.", it tlss'xnammaT" "Btfolncety bounce, bbun- Srest preaehm in A'etr' York. appears Sited out at-Il etorrwia tbe thermometer S ., 4Ottr
on perform the tan end TheewYorkIrestptMoudaylait ,, Her :shrouds of course S '. **! wtjoldn't cut_ _" jyV.r.di
of the same as effectually- though the Man departed unsatisfied cety lioun&'oW what sfniughty boy to have.coma 'iras belowTTzero they

tto '..1ti4 emoluments of survey or pre- said'claims had-been presented hides time, S ,Thus man :Jived seventy. years,.. The see.the gentleiBcn are coming.'' "{ '*a says: therefore'slackened it every strain,and her the liS- sJ r.-OJdc,' .: T,

accibd by the act ofcongreuapprov.acit hundred and.thirtyon under the thirteenth section of aforesaidact first! thfrtyre his hmnan years, and 'pass Vbaby:iiurse canrtofae"its hair, u.n'it S Mhcre was 'no. preaching in. the Pak rawkJJy masts-.for tha.hid those,designd The'ease without, I and'our Deri say*.

)* second of.March, eighteen i olidtttK swfftly) by* .Us is thea"Lealthy and bappylHe .. '''t try a bit'? "Sweety8wpit3fmotherjst ; yeet day'owingprebsblytOtb; ; fcct.that for the !frigate Cumberland! a couch lar5 the man .-b5o. would, refuse to f**+. ..* her

*I' pruriding, Lr the.Iment S SEC* ;2. Andfe farther enacted That labors cheerfully, and rejoices'in its existence ,!'l.and aa hundred rejuat such u. far Borne Sunday previou the'.audiences gu.5 ship.-. med ready to jump out ofher Ion'lira in thisf of eotmtry; aad if hV did*

*OD upported'goods at certain,'allowdutjesoo ports the per: named in this act'shall be limited !: The eighteen of the ass came next; prcasiona. -I -- t\:-t were Tory tmalL Theinterest in open air ;, -. J he would t him aad ..' '. khnatif
act .
tbereia OkeQUobed. entitkdtfvAa merchsndiia imtoto and confined,la their claims' to purchasoa burden upon burden is heaped ,upon 'bun; vritcalc Tuc.Bisn3 COME ritoMr eteisc9.'or. & sort'' .ewma. to"*bare*dlfdlout. ,1 An
.. ritteburgj forties Wbeeliogi.CiDdnna-. made' of; DOT" Salrador VaTBgo be carric the'corn that is to feed,Bothers ; One hundred and tAestysc&nbabiesn .". ::1 .v ,: S licithe*, boIfmr.wvioi tbEnznotbit-n.. tabn to'wrltf this crpui m0 o hiatr SS

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The Bufflngton lion,.. Pre.Muoury. 'NORTHERN CORRESPONDENCE. ,- ,roa THE .wt. the ''Reply 'Cohaazy'J attentively before : HORRIBLE t TiSTR PIJE

i t t jIorlbn d S.JACISONVILLE This Hotel is receiving a coat of Every Mason who has attentively observed Eledlou'at Cedar, Creek.I .eonciuding-Jor while"writing-a reply to ,..
PAIKTBD Oct. 9th 1854.A -
ppu1 POST: misrepresentations ;
the action of Grand Lodges within the desire i ,Mr.Editor,to correct some it. But, in the careless haste of wri ting, I The Steamer Arctic, with

pint btb .x lyad internally, and last few must have seen the indiestions voice from th Empire State, sends that I found in the Republicair. unthinkingly committed the very' natural Iron Propeller.Collision a>

bing oeni improved in various particulars' of progress-e shewn by these bodies greetings to a thousands tomes in tho Sunny otiho 5th inst. Tho editor, in attempting mistake,"of repeating a phrase which I had -

: so much w, that it will, no doubt, in to is and just written, and which was a quotationfrom Fate
assuming a highor position regard South. Our position,reader, new be as patronised coming seasonas moral Although morality is your preceding Republi
liberally th n'uirment. untried and our feelings in accepting the Democratic
of election and the
of of the largo can. And, in the yet more hasty ana careless
SATURDAY OCTOBEU12. -. heretofore. We assured that one fIundation stones our Mystic
are no NEARLY
orthera chair of ALL
Temple, yet for many years there was some CorrespiwSentV yourfor vote given in this county, attributes it to perusal of what I had written, my LOST!
pains will I* spared by the gentlemanly remissness in cnforc'JigUa (l observance. distant r &1a"'those of inefficiency wbatbc'mils fraud and illegal t voting."- mind, accustomed to the arrangement of

Florida Elections. proprietor and his assistants t render Members were to often permitted to violate and weakness in the art of quill driving; Particularly! be has this been the the words, did not observe the ireonsuten- Ncw-YoiK, Oct.I..The ship Lebanon
f comfortable all whe may make tho House the moral law with impunity, forgetful until says, cy of the sentences until; they were in prnt.: arrived here at *n arly hour thU Jnon .
we can imly' indulgence
rave-.your Neck and Hill.
their of the case at 'CSay Tho error was a very slight one. and could bringing tidings of a horrible
t 1832. 1851. temporary home the coming winter I solemn admonitions of tike order! ,and catastrophe
p whether it be the I reckless, not only of their standing, our grasp stall have grown to the quill, and As for the qualification of the voters at have been resorted to only in the desperation -, tothe steamer Arctic and bringing about

v- ; -i' ; those who health-seeking invalid, or I but of the reputation of .)3EOnr ow itself. we become inured'to the grave and misty the latter precinct, I can say nothing tliaV of one driven to the wall without twenty of her passengers picked up at
may lo in pursuit of pleasure.See The of of the "Sanctum Sanctorum" means defence or attack. SCSI
! q = ; I moral aspect }rle" i: t great atmosphere came under my personal observation, but,
'COTKTIES.Fraaklia : 'I advertisement in another column. known by initiated only as it is in which we are incarcerated. We shall, And now, illustrious Athlete having, I The Lebanon reports that on the nightof
; f ] ctent if the editor bas read the article that was
; I I the character and conduct of its. hope, removed the imputation which yon the 27th during a dense fog,the Arctic
'! '!: t-I j i Elections. members. Hence a swearing- drinking, however, gnmm n all our Yankee courage, published in the Jews of the 14th inst,ke wore pleased to cast upon may lucidness,and came in collision: with a steam propeller

The recent election in California for Governor gamblng, Sabbath-breaking Mason, was (be it known we' are &real lire Yankee,of is, no doubt, ready now to admit his error,' having "vindicated my claim," not to perfection bark-rigged, of iron, with black hull, ial-

)} zbs, 23 1 63 2G2j 162'' 3RO'e' nnd members of Cong 1 has resul considered by "out sidl>" -usa.legitimate: tho molasses and ginger stamp,) tempt the which has been proved to the sat'iction ," but to coherency of style, I will mon colored bottom,and lead colored boat.

(*th'Tl' 78 103ca.i1U111bi ted in the complete f the representative of the order to which be belonged lists and challenge all imaginary foes. So proceed to review some other portions of She is thought to have been the steamer
2 ) of reasonable and much
2. 11II triumph all just persons.
U Imo letter. Yon arc cgreglously mistaken Charity, from Montreal to
and toldthat did your Liverpool
Masonry Upwards
1DanJ 2Th 332' 6291313 690 7 cracy over Whigs bolting Democrats Know ; wh "LAT ON MACDUFF &c.
for what has been from of 200
'. I not sanction such things, they already disproved Oh! disciple of the Crotonian hero, when persons were seen on the deckof
Nothings iwid all. pri 5l Wo feel in much the same predicamentas other flatter 'eursclf thftt I thought the propeller immediately after
; E.cambl 212 2'jt 1701177, 334I triumphantly forts-to to B, sources. you j you the col
1f1; EJ, 120' 2j In l'ensylvania the Whigs, with the aid to C-whore daily lratio taught! a very I a friend of ours who was crossing the Let us now examine the "fraud and illegal cruel or severe. Your own consuming lision. The Arctic seam going at the rate of

f GadJdea HZ 419:, 399,1 4311' I' 7lfleran4'i of their new allies and the Abolitionists different doctrine, and whose membership plains to the gold regions-be says: "Dear which to have been vanity hr -erwl in your ear, that you were thirteen knots an hour.
106 66c I voting was alleged
ritcr not to l lie resisted by The Arctic commenced t
in the sustained the) a ordinary ) ren kr assistance
have assumption.
Hamilton, 159 159' 133 13G 2511 5 probably James Pollock cr i B.-I have lost all that high ambition which allowed at Broward's Neck Cedar Creek.In .
(t't or mortals that had annihilated but discovered
insignificant coon her
Of however Grand ysm
Ledges own leak.
lIQUbarongh 189 129; 2"23 323 7' : ,
&, ;1 ITolme. 39 112t. 1191 (Whig) Governor over Bigler, tho present have felt r"ad necessity of assuming a higher onoc ruled mo. While crossing the mountains the outset.I must confess that I (10 not me. and that I woubliset dare to!and which pained &; soon extinguishing the

t. f'10 .Jacbou 24R 366; m 1 728"I Incumbent, who! was tho Democratic candidate -- tone in these matters,; and of formally reasserting at Fremont's Pass, we were compelledto understand the editor'sdefinition i of'fraud." up before jour fccathfe jmn, but would fires. The discovery this fact caused an

Jeffrrton, 2.1)9 ,10, 3(4 1221 t5; 318 for re-election. the great doctrines of Frac- slaughter! our Donkeys and pack Mules Doea ho intend the to infer that hide my diminished beau: in shame and con: indescribable panic among the passenger*
4231 morn public
395 33 r 74SJ ,
Loco '
and their fusion. And you, willingly believing the and crew. The boats were KtpidJy launch
. J2 n, 59 421 masonry, upon practical to save our own Bacon but since wo have
t.rr, 103i Sf. ('ot'y.-We that! ; changing the place or precinct where one would fain ac ed and filled with thcmrrfend
flattery -
Madison 234 t19! 437 319 657 63 Jt"CIF l'ar Maj. exhibition in the deportment of soothing pur3 j yourself a few paasenpers.
"I 11toe; 160 66.. 151 rs 4 i1r. RusseTI (Pern.) is elected to the General they have re-traced their steps to the position i- reach Valley, game l being abundant, we is in the habit af voting,or removing to another and others, oeniplalncd .t sf your who sftJccc ded in fi hUl1't their- .

r. x2.)3 2U 25C106 435 Asscmblyfrom this.County. .from which the croft had practical have lost all our asi-pie-rations!" We precinct in the flame county, which seventy, by your mcrylciwts aefertitos to way on board, and drifted otfn the open

} Or. 27 41 11 Gi j wandered. could only hope that he would find higher has that effect. I assure you, mighty son of sea in a dense fog, all crowded to execs
citizen a perfect right to do. constitutes ,
h'- XMMO, 57 61 z., fearful extent to which the The Grand Lodge of Arkansnft, at its lateeessiun aspirations in tho "Land of the moon and every Hercules, that I have never for a moment with but little provisions or water.Capt.
htMaa Te tike fraud If this is what he
: bad shaken Luce with Mr.
the resolution for felt equanimity Dorian
' 193 16 U7 11J3 4 Yellow adopted following the mountains.0 perturbed, or hi* mate
$t3obft, Fever i is shall for '
raging St. and our part "
I tftBI, 167 2Sl l3 203'' 350 il Marys the government o ita Lodgesin ,. wishes to express by the term "fraud, he by any thing that you have written ; it remained on board to construct a raft oa

' E&LOrk. 7 1 I Daren, Geo., has .k'r it imperativeupon the matters in question. substitute 'fr'17l1iJr ambition, ar.d proceed confounds a guarantied right with that has passed by me like the prattling ef a which to endeavor to sate the great body

, Wiltoo 11J 171 132 111r.blla our city authorities to place quaran- "Ree(.fr"etl, Thit any kind of :utIng.; JrflO&pearns to speak of which is expressly ft>rbd 151 16.J 169 131 25i tine restrictions: of stringent character and the intemperate| UFO pir- POLITICS I cannot refrain from congratulating you children, who still remained on the ill-fated
VubillgtOft 121 62' I a unl that the Lc.turerbe mission which, under certain circumstances ; extensive with the steamer.As
i unm\/lic; acquaintance
i 6rll.
_ upon your
I I upon these places. Persons therefrom arc requested t. give tho*same in- h.r& ufbo subordinate in our State, which are, as Doolittlc,jr., would amount to a fraud. Tie definition immortal poets when you acknowledge, soon as the raft w. w launched there
not allowed to land a this place or enter each IjoJge isouic*conJut; and tbtt such a ta aro aJmunitiyn of, saysjn "an awfully jumt,1edup condition," of a fraud, as I understand it, is this: that 'in tll"holc range of thought," jou was a sudden panic on board and numbers
.;' fi The Countie< reported above, show the its corporate traits by the land route until suspension unui ,or cxpu io"b so that it would be inipos-siblc for you to Any cunning,deception or artifice, used to "can call to mind but four lines of poetry," got on the raft and in the sixth boat in the

following result : they have been absent from those townston This movement shows the high appreciation understand me at time, ficrhaps unless I circumvent cheat or deceive another." and tho e ore frjra a book of nursery greatest haste and consternation, and ia
Q :
.:: T Maxwell, 4,!W3 days. of the morality of Masonry by the acquaint you with their pccuUirities. rhymei I know not which! to admire throe minutes tie A relic eunk. All in the
' ; craft in Arkansas and does honor Now, where is the cunning, deception or most, the closeness of their application or sixth-boat were saved, but only one out of
Brown 4121 equal There five
i ; The communication signed "Shylock" to them as men andes Masons. The Grand ate distinct parties in the artifice that was used to cheat this gentleman the poetic fire which they breathe. If they the seventy-two on the raft. It having

has been received bnt in field-viz: The Democratic or Administration who of"fraud ?" apply to anyone it is yourself as portrayed more on it than it \rm possibly for it U
:::, Majority thu4 fAr. 617 : (consequence of Lodge of Indiana hind preceded our .Arknl- complains Brt bitterly

.: The remaining Counties will probably the editor'* &}/cnc we will withhold its sag brethren, in n1opting substantially, the party, commonly known in our political 1 am yet to learn that voting as one pleases in your letter now under consideration ; sustain, they' were all cast into the sea, in
; or and here let me advise you that you be the prviscncv of the few survivors in the
rule and Lodge Iowa spheres as the "Soft Shells. This

, 200 Mr. publication fur the present. ; party nnd for whom ho pleases i is a fraudulent b
this making ,
j i Increase raijority has follouod rapidly in the track of both of has nominated the incumbent more cautious how you throw stones into at.At

iJ! Maxwell's majority in the State utvards z. The communication of our ,, them. We arc persuaded. that: the cr in present act. The people generally vote for the air, lest they descend upon your ownunfortunate 5 P M. on the 28tb, the burque IIo-
correspondent f for Governor at the coming election HORA of St .
. oriooaOwf every other State will take thcr; stand upon those in whom they have confidence. If head. tem Andrew N. R. Capt WalL,
{ &X. was not received in time Tie SETMORC. The Hard Shells or DemocrAtic You admit that it is the great Athlete! bound fur QU JICC, picked the the
the and sure foundation did 'to cast their votes up boat
'. % ared with the election in 32, these am brO,1 ; they not *cc proper
- for insertion in o'r lat \vceks issue, but and thus by the moral influence of their Bolters, often known as the 'Unter- whose name you have adopted; 'because." last of the six that left the steamer, and
.. : Counties show &largr* democratic pain.Mr. .- for the unsuccessful an'1 unfortunate candidate o1 took them '
eof the 1 iN lttcl.
i supposed parity on "
we cheerfully a place in this edition. united and h roniQU sentiment a rifled". This has nominated GREENE you say,
';: i Maxwell then had 3,79., Mr. Cnbdll gn "pillar Btrcnght" which !successfullyresist c'at party (the editor of the Republican,) I cirmiistancea J"1 and that a* the classic The Huron fired rorjpcts, bung out lights

3,711-majority $2. Now it i is in the same. I KNOW KOTHJXO ICTOR i ER.-This. myeteriou the progress of these.hal pernicious C. BRO J ON, of Custom House notoriety. don't know that the voters of Cedar Creek ')Iilo' learned to carry an ox by liegizifiing and kept a horn (blowing during the nightof

.: ordor has prac- The Whigs proper or Silver Grey with a calf in "aspirations ttfler the 28th! but all l*' of falling in with
Counties 817. GOT. rown'" vote i is losR ) succeeded in electing its ti<*>s among us. party-. or any other precinct are responsible for it. you, ywur" pra
in the cities of Baltimore No man can lx a in the strict They are rent into factions by the nomination for great political warfare! have commenced the remaining boats proved fruitle-w.
and San think that
mayors Ison voting a man car-
the candidate They
4 than tint given to whig may On
l.yl2.1 with such small as humble self the evvn: of the 2Jth the Huron
of the word unle I ho J of game
Fr senco a man, two candidates of whom shall
n eo.IMMIGIUTION.During. we ries with it merit which he not deserve .
t two years ft{o. and '' moral law" Oocdicnce to hereafter.The I may and the man of the Xevs. To this absurd spoke the ship libation.Capt. Story, bound

_4 The vote on the renvnalf} the Capital the nine months the morJI oltlte the tenure of Masonic speak and, therefore, vote against him. It is his vanity and presumption I cannot do better to New York and transfc-red In of her

will be close. Tho figures above give racmbcr.-hip l\\, when a member will no Scward Whigs 'Wooley Heads", own misfortune and not the fault or fraud than apply the following Fable, which, per IKisongi.T. who reached that city in the
: the) 4th
very ending on last 5OOOO
nearly era- ; havo before if pilot bout Christian Bera.
anti-Slavery and anti-Nebraska haps. seen ,
to this he ( their you may Jour
longer requirement ; A should
conf'r of voters. man always BO
- ;806 for removal 3,874 against. 1 f the igrants arrived at New York, being an in- should l be excluded from among us. He nominee i MVROX If. CLARKE. Tire Know- reading has extended any further than those 1 The fate of the propcKer! which WM
: Counties in the West not reported have the of lost demean himself in his political career as to l hcforem'ntnltlfamOU"Xllrs: tho"h to ir rnmtlvitimoY..1 ....i .,,-
over fame period should be counseled and advised the impropriety
Cl'"l year on The rJRhJmt8r.11with
: J. paid attention to the question, "Xo Remov. of over i.000., of his conduct; tho ol, experienced Nothings ; party is strong and will I IlIOn make himself worthy of the suffrages- of his II which: you seem so oherfiaottsamnotcrrtiiyknown.Oh .
.' a tremendous large Tote, as their can- fellow-cit'-zens.: the mor.iingof the 2 th. the Huron saw
has been curled by one or two hundred and influential of the Lodge should FABLE OF THE FROG AND TIlE OX.
-ir z.- The total number of deaths in labor for his reformation u* they would fora didate is DAMEL ULLMAX, a Silver Grey Secondly: What is meant by illegal voting "A Fr-ij wth Frogling by hw silo a singular looking craft,before falling in with

;; majority. .ugusta for the month of September was l Brother or a son; but if moral suasion Whig considerable influence. Upon these 1 A person to be an illegal voter, Came hopping through the plain! ono tide: the boat which it is thought might have been

b K2, of which 50 were from yellow. will not euro him,a more Fe\er procedure two candidates the strength of the Whig There be ail Ux at gross did 1'1'.11I1'h propeller.
- Duval C'ouuty Election Again. must be undo so by non-age, by non-resi : the Statement Mr. Ballm1t
must be resorted to, and the wilful transgressor will angorM waa Frog thereby; rf ,. &cM2l1 OjJicn-
We are happy to perceive by the Lwt is- The New York Common Council cut oft parties be wasted unless the temperance dence, by committing some criminal act lie sail : 'I/)rJ Go.1, whit was lay sin, of &e Arctic

0 *ueof the Rrpublican! that our neighbor, have 1 a proposition to tender thehospitalities :Masonry regarded a a mere social or- vote be strong, which will be thrownin which renders him inconsistent, or he must The Thou Frog madcst wouH mo fain 10 small with and Bullock thin cope}' NEW YORK; Oct. 11.-The following

the late Whig candidate ( Assemblyman, rejected: of the city to the officers of ganization, should shelter none but gentlemen in favor of Clarke. be an alien born. Now, to mike a person '(Ian brisk outblow himself in hope, statement of the I loss of the Arctic, U giving -
;-m.l the great Washington said Lastly is the anti-Slavery and Abolition Tken pKi< bu Frejliug: 'Father o'er mo, by Mr. lia'Iain, second officer, who
has as we hoped and anticipated,eomcwhat French vessels in that harbor. an illegal voter he must be one of these with other
t S lying 'gentlemen never swear. Wo may add who have nominated It boots not, let thy blotting be; officer, and crew and paffen*
' b H recovered from the alarming fit of phren that gentlemen never become intoxicated.If four classes of persons. If there were any Thy nature b ith forbid thu battle, gems, saved in two of the first boat, reached -

: .:-f into which he : the misfortune to fall,for U2TA jeweller of Paris intend to exhibit \ profanity is a deliberate violation of on -their strength is weak and their only such votes taken! at this precinct, it was Thou caast not vie with the bliik-cattlo.! the shore at Broad Cove, and arrived

,:. a few days after h:1 his hte defeat.ITi at the (Jrand Exhibition: next year, a Plxpress command of God drunkenness is success will be in defeating Clarke. not known at the tim Instead of being fucb Nathlc pri.ltrull1lttimJ Itt be the Frog hal would he got nut; at fct. John on Tuesday foot.

lat article h quite in its silver statue of the Emperor of }'raC 8 equally n (.fenc against our moral and THE Kxow NOTHINGS represented AS illegal voters I was creditably .Again to blow rig'it <->re'gan he, On Wednesday' the :th. at noon Capo
1 m..1cnt large a3 life. physical utr : well t against: our PO arc said to be cry strong in this State. And raid: 'Like Ox could I but be Race hearing > U% C5 miles distant,while
i. tone, and as he has taken our friendly admonition and society at largo. We repeat informed that every man had voted at la size within this world there were nitiiiing in a thick fop, was struck on the

-' of in good part, we are disposed t z. On the !at trip of the Atlantic, it, when a man is intoxicated he is not The total vote, commonly 1 polled by the other precincts or had resided in the State No Frog so glad, to thee I ircar-. starboard bow, about CO fcct abaft the cut-
the election a gentleman, for hs has neither tho moral freemen of the whole Commonwealth being and the of time The Sun jpake: 'Good Father,tale advise of meAnl water by an iron steamer which made three
I pare him, as we did Lfor Capt. West completed his two hundred county requisite length let thy boastful blowing bo.' ,
qualities nor the intellectual abilities to bt>- 300,000, out of which tho Know Nothings oced'pt beck und nod large holes in the ship,two below the water
.' and leave him to prosecute legally his desperate and thirty-fifth voyage across and as long as they voted for the Whigs no Frog sail: 'Thou not ,
r I thetlantic have 4iixnef! a* I gentleman. declare themselves able to draw 115,000! I will da't, M help mo (lot!; one of which was about five and a half feet
the fault found with their If of
% enterprise of contesting Feat [Masonic Review. was votes. any this Ot fc I mast tern in length and aud halffeet
I z- The Germans in New York cityare We believe that such revelation of Big; as one a wide Ivt-
ui with }fr Hayncs. But before dismissingthe The foregoing extract reminds; us of another a the voters were illegal why were they not : .Mine honor now it doth concern' ting the whole cutwater and stem of the
I estimated a 8,0 at least. They chicanery and intrigue will be shown asziever tatI I Ho blew himoflf, MI.I hurst in t fa n.SUth iron
r. subject, we would give him a friendly taken from the Or- challenged! ? I have been informed steamer clear through the Arctic'ssides.
original : of tint blowing was hLlg-.lin.
1 ( caution, not r gt his hopes up to high, congregate chef.: about th eatr borders dc-r Hook" of Gen. Washington"Generl,under date before has been dreamed of, even there was a man: (or an automaton) sent to .
of tLe when politics ran rampant as in the "The like bath oft been seen of such The fog WAS 8) dense that tho vessel
; about his before the Legislature, cty.L of 27th 1799 days the precinct for the purpose of challenging '
July, : Who grasp at honor enuuch; could not be seen a minute before the collision
lest he receive a loftier fall than he did at Tho export of ic from Boston during "Many anl pointeJ orders have bcn issued of "Log Cabins and Hard Cider." But I I all illegal votes, but who failed to perform They mu.t with none tt all be doing, The wheel was put hard a starboard .

the hands of the people. the month of September was 5,882 tons., against that unmeaning and abominable powerful' as the Know Nothings seem to be the task assigned, and thereby tacitly admitted He But tint ink, with full soon wind an of I Pride come to accursed run.; and the engine stopped and instantly -

The eamo issue of that paper contains J making a total this 3 year of 92.183 toas.jJ5 custom of swearing, notwithstandingwhich : and as 'free from corruption," as their chief every man to be a legal voter. Ami Much puffs himself, will surely burst." backed at full speed until clear of the

11 communication from Gen. lorkin), the with munch regret, the general ohserves organ, The American Crusader, pompously herein was the fraud, if there was any, in An now,most puissant')Ii1o,'leavingyou other steauuT, which occupied of couple of
TTLc interments i i:1 Philadelphia for that thaneve minutes
Senator elect of this conntyj whiffy from its prevails, possible more declares, the descendants of those who this men's not challenging votes which he to find out n hat a close connection there is ;'
1 the week on the 7th inst. were only r. 11 is feelings arc continually woundedby The propeller was believed be a French
ending the side of STI between case and that of the hero of
extraordinary tone and character, demands the oaths of the fought by BEN and DEKALF, has since said lIe must be your tesocl. and bow
; and I imprecations soldiers were illegal. an was sinking first CapU
210-including: cases cholera. This is my Fable, and to judge whether there is I
a more extended notice than vc'arc able at less lat(week. whenever he i is in the hearing of them. CARROLL and LI.FAIETTE, for freedomof alien to his own rights not to know that he not imminent danger of coining to a I Luce immediately gave orders to clear away {
t present t give it. He evidently sti lab 2 t1:1 The name of that being, from whoso boun- expression of opinion and of religion, can challenge votes anywhere as long as he like unhappy end,I once more make my profoundest '. the quarter boats, which being done, Gur- j

:1 under the fame biter and false impression S-Zsr: brig of about 2.)tons, called and taful enjoy goodness the comforts we are permitted, incessantly to exist- have not forgotten their rights, nor their is a legal voter himself.A salons to you,and leave the stage ; | cf hey,the the starboard eliief officer boat.,left the Arctic in charge I

which be imbibed before leaving the Martha Kendall, was bunched at Addon and lfe power in maintaining them. V oTEa OF CEDAR CREEK.FOR promising, that should you wish again to On lowering the boat the
profaned manner as : port captain exclaimed
imprectc : raise the calf "X to mighty shoulder I
: : town a few dap after the clecli
:t g permitted himself to 0 drawn into so intemperate for the Sutor trade. therefore, of religion, decency and order, in the State arc, for the most part, below The Fumigation of Vessels.TH SEWS- no more kicks and bruises. Enjoy you the ham," and beckoned me to go to him. Upon 1

j tone expression that the general hops and trusts that every the of so that the promptings of self-conceit I shall not doing so lie ordered uie to go over the
a ; average years; 10,000,000 your ,
.1 State Arcltura1f'lirs,which officer of will usa their influence MR. EDITOR : It has occurred to me that steamer Lo\CCrtain. if ieesiblewhat damage
entirely uncalled for) wo fear it create jIC bushels of wheat, forming the surplus of check them ; trumpet your own praises, I had been done.
Cy week: at Kcnna, New and authority to check I vice which is as the passage of'a law by our next Legislature shall not gainsay them. I then found tho holes
t f unfavorable of his lap it is wicked and shameful.'ifotlicors the Canadian will highly above mentioned.
impression shire at New York city, and at unprofitable as prove acc'ptable. subjecting vessels leaving our ports to Deferentially, X
4( fitness for th position to wic] ho has \ make it an invariable This being poured into the country Upon informing him of the facts he gave

been.elected. Some great man exclaimed: lbrJ'lmJ, were successful beyond those of rule to rrprimnd and if that does not do, free of duty, under the provisions of the Fumigation, would be a very proper law, Destruction of a Steamer-Twenty.three orders to get the sails up, and to try and

t any previous F 0n punish offences of this kind, it the enforcement of which would prevent Lives Lost get them _around_ the bow to endeavor to
that would write book! will
mine render tho
Reciprocity times
enemy a could not r.i of having the desired effect." Treaty, slaves being conveyed away on board said DETROIT. Oct. 9.' stop the leak which was promptly done,
fH we say "0! that the General had \ritc a ZCT. Silliinan Fees, the distinguished And the following idea" much easier in regard to the grain and mon- vessels. Last night the etcamcrE. K. Pollins left but was of no advantage whatever,so much

eommunication before the election.! Then,, Romanism,is especial shortly "good might ey market, which has been uncommonly this port between 10 and 11 o'clock.with a ot the bow broken off from the other gteam
f aid some who arc in the habit of Such law fo-Jnd to be
swearingto to
a was
't indeed the result have been I to arrive in Philadelphia from Europe, tight. necessary large number of passengers on board bound er projecting that the sails could not be .
m'gh very leave it off if not it would be tho of N. C. Sault St.
and take his residence there.ZTho sure t protect people Wilmington. from the Marie tojCfcveland. brought close to the vessel's eidc.
different up THE PRICES
{ bring "good out of cy!:" from loss of this kind, and the Legislatureof About midnight, when a lit tie below Maiden The carpenter was then lowered over the

The letter generally, surprises us, but schooner Gen. Worth from "There :is a gentleman iu Boston who of grain have been ruinous, not only to the State passed it. Now. I am informed near the light house at the mouth of vessel's side and pillows and mattresses

eoe portion of it utterly strle us from New York bound to 3Iayport Mills, Fla gives twenty-five cents to some charitablepurpose pockets of the people, but to public! and vessel leaving that is smoked the river, the vessel was discovered to be parsed down to him to try and force themin
every port on fire, and before she could be got ashore but the leak found to be far be
f and have whenever he word. private enterprise. It has time and was so
propriety we ,
scarcely yet regained uses a again
o into Norfolk Vtu the Cth in profane ,
f-* put on t.ith, and the citizens owning slaves are pro- she was completely enveloped in flames low the water line that they could not bo
The Secretary and General Agent of the been that
our equanimity. The Senator proved wheat con be raised in
Il loss of sails and The consternation
'. I spars, rigging Boston Proudent Association acknowledges tected from loss by this means. greatest prevailed got in.
announced his intention of retiring into this State for one dollar per bushel, and among the passengers,mosttof ,aroused Every: exertion to the leak
the of seventy-five cents from If we consider the large number of vessels stop having
l private life from years hence. Well! w J53STho: mackerel catchers a Province- this individual.receipt then give to the producer a large and remunerative for the free States it from their sleep by the fearful alarm; lroved unavailing,Captain Lace then order
leaving our port
I i Lave timely notice of the catas- town report mackerel very abundant on profit. It is also evident thatno ran wildly about the decks or plunged at cd that the ship's head le kept for land,
impdn shoal but from their Awful Steamboat Catastrophe.The I is almort surprising that more slaves are once into the water.Twentynhree which bore N.V.. by W. By this timewe
and indispositionto live and
ttophy it will be be laboring man can doublefor
we not gnnds 1 pay
o fu1t h thus far is small.zIt stambot Malla, Capt. Frazcr. from not conveyed away thereby than are. No persons perished by fire or had lost eight of the chief officer's boat
reconciled and for bit to c everything lie consumes and it id also
prepared our f W Memphis, with about two matter what search may be made of a vessel drowning.Tho and the other steamer, which are supposed
: the mi Jet of tears exclaim hundred and board well known that no farmer (at least of the names of those missing far have
t"c i our only is computed that tucre will fifty passengers on after being loaded with lumber a as as can I to sunk.
.; b "rejuietcat in pace." We twent '- ne.thousand miles of railroad b in struck a sna at the head of Hurricane Island smaller class) has received the prices which negro ,' be ascertained, are as follows : In about SO minutes all tho lower fire
annc a ) be secreted board to effectually
miles above Paducah on might so on as Mr. Dibble, of New York; Samuel Powell out and feet in the
fifty have been for if were thirty water ship
rare the General that the Democrats whom paid grain ; now our
( the United States the first of spec-
o day Jan- the morning 29th ult., when she im defy detection by the ordinary modesof Lawrence MThalon. Thomas Cook, fore and aft. By this time the confusion
h b complimented highly) will not next. The longest railroad Hunk in about twelve feet ulators are not willing to receive a fair and j the Railroad Agent,
8 b uary upon the mediately water. searching. The negro could be gloved Pittsburgh ah of Cleveland among the passengers was very great, but

-..& 1 cruel a t drag him from his retire surface of the globe is th Illinois Central, cabin passengers rushed on the reasonable compensation for their trouble away daring the loading ofthe vessel,where ; Mrs. McNeilly Mrs. 'Watrona and they used all efforts to assist the crew in

1 mt and we hope when h again exclaims, which is 731 relies in lengtti, and is rapidly hurricane deck, while the deck passengerscommenced disposing of it for the farmers, we. for the could not discover him but wherehe child of Ash tabula. keeping the deck pumps going and in ligbtening

ever man such friends !I"ho will also jumping'on a flatboat swingingat our part are willing to sacrifice much of eye The body of the child has been recover the ship forward for the purpose of
"fa approaching completion the time and threatening to would be suffocated with smoke unless ed. Fifteen of the _
add "and such enemies!" cp'iz.From our Patriotism to Justice as will compel crew arc missing. endeavoring to get at the leak from the in ,
BAKKIKC CAPITAL. The information derived from one of the be made himself visible. Among the passengers from the East savedare side. It was however, found to bo useless

(Pa.) contain Harrisburg to passngr the number drowne must have fairness where it can not be'brought about I go for a similar law to that in force in B. F. Dubon Philadelphia; Mr. Patterson and numbers of them were going into
I Common School Pund. papers L thirty ffty, all except in any other manner. in vessels of Westfield, Chautanquc County. the boats, which were still hanging to the
We made to the next Legislature of that State wo being dc/k among which Wilmington, regard leavingour A large number of passengers from the davits.
learn from that he peng1 BOOKS
Judge Livingston
, -. for new a were several An old ports. What say tho newspapers 1 Sault left the vessel at Detroit. \' had not been
tirty-thr bl.nk covering e on our course more
III just received a notice from Mr.Walker, cp gentleman called Baronet from good bad, and indifferent,are being poured A STOCKHOLDER. The origin of the fire has
: ital of nearly fifteen millions of dullard. IndiaWp not been as- than five minutes before we ran over a boat *
the "Superintendant of Common Schools" lis, who was on his way to upon the publio in torrents. It seems as if certained. and crew belonging to the other vessel, all

for o Stt that tho total fund for distribution NEW VESJEL. FOR TIIESAVAKNAII TRADE was drowned in attempting to jump on the the rage for popular distinction has no end. FOR THE SEWS The Collins took fire on the boiler deck of whom perished with the exception of

t several counties i in the State, -Mr. Bell, of New York, is building a flatboat. The name of the other cabin The work which is exciting the most interest Reply to "Mile's" Letter to "X." I I and BO rapid was the spread of the flames one, who caught hold of a rope hanging over
te Kuusangcr was not known. 0 wad some power the gillie gie us, that the and unableto
for the year ending July 1st,1854,amounts schooner of 450 tans burthen, destined for About fifty of the saved, I at present is "Fifty Yeara in both To see outer!, at others tee vt tIt save nnything-e passengers c pt crew the clothes were they the bow. Diretly the boat was seen orders
to the which the
t$5,031 7. The distributive share of this Messrs Scranton &Tollman's line of Savannah came down to Paducah pnger Rare the Hemispheres, etc.," by Vincent Nolte, late wad frae inonio And a foolish blander un", had on. chief were given engineer stop said could engine not, be done aatlie

county i$288 G2 which show a considerable packets. She is to b named the balance remaining on the William Thomaswhich ..of.Xew.Or1eans. It is, in fact, an extraordinary Immediately after the fire was discovered snip. was lass sinking. ,

increase the share for the year John Boston. happened to bo lying at the time book. Its extent of time is for RENO\V:ED ATHLETE : Although, in my the boat headed fur the shore, but was Forty-live minutes after the collision I
up near the scene of disaster and rendered lost notice of you and your communicationsto unable to reach shallow
water before the front the forehold and informed
previous, $161 78 The tw z: The whole number of deaths in some service in landing those on the flatboat over seventy years, and by some magic, the Florida Republican, I said that with flames had complete possession of her.- came the up that the water, level
Captain was cnn
added together makes the handsome sum e York fur the weekending the 7th inst. by sending out a yawl. Nono of the we find our hero (the veritable Monsieur that article I would dismiss the subject finally The after part of the boat then swung with the lowerdeck beams and that i it wa

o$470 4 now in the hands of the Treasurer were 518, of which between and 40 were cabin passengers, bag was lost, and all Nolte) connected with every remarkable ; yet, by the personal appeal which round into the river, and nearly all onboard impossible to get at tho leak. I then asked

i T&lb suLje to the draft oft from cholera. The aggregate 3 shows a reduction lives might have s\e had they stuckto event throughout the whole time. You you make in your letter of the 5th inst., I being driven to that part of the boat, him what be thought would be the fate of
the Some am induced: at the risk of
bat of the passengers even being ad- were compelled to jump into the water the when he stated his belief that
Sopcrintendant th'u and will find him one day in the "Ancient Ham ship,
of 94 from the
cvunty ap- week. versatile and fickle-minded
Cairo the Emma judged
on reciprocate The hero
cme runs out very strongly there was no hopes of saving her. lie then
Ju the establishment and suppr when they got on board the Aleck Scott. burg, then on the shores of our own Western the honor which you have done me; into the lake, and a very few would have told me to see to my boats.

Schools. In addition RESIOXATIOX or A SENAOR.Hon Joseph When the Scott left St. Luis, the river World; again ho will turn up on the mainly for the purpose of rectifying a slight been saved) had not Capt. Langly, of the On going to the boats on tho port side 1

thtre will be another distributive share due I I Forsyth. Senator from Santa Rosa was at a ver low stage she met a Parisian Bourse-.anon at the tables of Lon error, which I was so unfortunate as to propeller Fintry, fortunately seen the light found them completely filled with tnen

o the first of nut July, applicable theroppert County, has resigned his scat, and an election slight Cairo, owing to the heavyrains don 'Charnge. 'Gan Edere" is a delightful make, and which you seize upon with eager and hastened to the rescue. All the boatsof women and children, and no possibility oi
t above. She was nearly eight days on avidity as the grand point of your attack. the manned and
has been ordered on the Monday in propeller were sent off, getting near Uicai. 1 immediately went to
ab. for the year 1855, which 3 the several sketch book of tho "Gem of the Antilles, The error to which I allude is in these
trip having toby and
o November to fill the Mr. F. up nights- nearly every soul saved was throughtheir the starbord Bide and ordered two of the ,
trill be a early a the schools can now bocstabuaued. vacancy. was N. O. Bulletin. presenting the sunny side of life in tho Cu- two contradictor statements: "'lilc' is instrumentality. The few that readied crew to lower the guard boat and asked
whig. his resignation was caused by ill ban Island. "Ballon'a correct in his surmise that 'X did not read '
BREACH or PROMISE MARRIAGE-Tho Cuba" is more matter shore were in a completely exhausted the captain what were his intentions 1 He

Wears not aunt with the in&n health. I Washington. Sentinel states that in the ear offset still it loses none of its interest his ('Milo's') piece before'attemptinga re condition Some wretch robbed cue of the : said that the ship's fate should be his. I .

cf the Board of the last week trial for a' Wi' to which almost immediately succeeds sufferers of$80. I then asked him if he would not allow hi.!
of County Commissioners of JC3T" The town of JscksonportArkan- ly part broach from the fact of its being so. the sentence: "But 'Milo' be .
may assured The Collins came out as a steamer he returned that ha
our county who hv the establishment of sas, has been almost entirely destroyed by of New marriage promise the took parties place being in the Stateof Miss But we have already exceeded our limits that 'X' read the 'Reply to Cohanzy' Lost October' She cost $105,000, and she son should to go share, his-fate. me answer. ,

Common Schools, we would reepocfully fire Annie Howard Jersey of; Washington city, com and must bring our letter tea. close. By attentively" before. 'attempting a reply' to wa insured for 813,000 only lit the following It was discovered that there was ne hopeof

suggest t the Board,that th fund I now JG2C" During the quarter ending Juno plaining. and.Williara K. Hall,of that section our next, polities ,will have.taken a more it.would No have honest laid hold mind of, permit sentences me to say, offices: in the Mercantile:Mutual, New saving the Arctic, and the lady, daughter
as York 5,00a in thor Alas Kew of E. K. Collins with several
largeenoughto make beginning this 30th worth of lands of the country, The trial decided turn so that we can give you more ; fork and con ,
$509,897 public was dfcdt unpardonable blunder '
an explainable only .
several the > $5,000; and $3,000 la the North western. ladies, were put on board of a boot and in
great a important work sold at Dubue. Iowa. occupied' verdict hor of only thirteen, wIln thousand jury reliable information. by the murkiness their author's intellect, She'was owned by Capt,B. K'Ward.' the act of loweringit one of the.tack1egave. ,
We think at least four school l. rendered Yours for the "News," as you' seem to think. For they occur in : and all except one lady who '
may b
dollars favor the way .
esb i the .county, embracing a Burning of a New Ship damages. o o young and IKE. PEPPER. such close, proximity and .so'directly contradict I Laterfrom Fort Laramie. dung to sailor 'who held fast to the boats
tr months each. We shall CALIAS. Monday Oc .l8 iur Il. each other. that a' candid reader YFASHINOTOX, Monday; Oct.; 11854 were precipitated\ into the sea and lost.I '
-- ohi h la Bobbinston last night e ;The price of Brcadstuffs is much ,Deaths. 'lu'New Orleans would have concluded! at once that there Two weeks'later news from FortLaramiej I then jumped into a boat, and was ordercdby -

$ c the happy day when this good covered issuing from the bold of a now lower in England than in america DOW a several NEW OILKAXI, Oct.ith.Th was either typographical or1 an orern received at the War Depu-tment'nys.tba\ Captain. Loco ,to 'cat the tackle -

commenced, and envy the laurels o the stocks,, nearly ready fo launching; cargoes ofllouraro, said to tht been I number deaths for the week amount slght.of the writer which.a moment's re*-31 troops were killed by the Indians. in the falls,and drop coder,the Item I did so, and

that iritt a brows of those wh o about 600 tons The vessel .ahip from Liverpool to Nevr York.- to 358, which 207_were from yellow lever.J vfial would have corrected. ,The lAtter wasthecasefarthe'sentemzce late fightj;,and that no subsequent 'attacl .at the same tune about 20 persons jumpedoerboud.

c riorlowT; duty )t become to e & .\ entirely S was owned by not happened slncoihe inflation : "But'Milo may )had been made on the fort;,' ',; ?' .'fs*_' lit.hom' 16 or IT were picked
first pommoa 1 School,in Seth,G. L and.was only partly insured.-' 1837jwhen flour imported into New -r2J J There'was. a1 destructirf .fire in be assured", &&:,, Tlntende'd'' should reacfr' v"W .-'Barley; tBe'American sat1cian'andhrddcfttokzight. up .We ltio:vitlr anotherboat-.wbieL.

I \ our counfy. The cte < fr..uknol..- Yorkfrom- -- )f.. -rralleau. C1.veladObi, ,.on:the>7tl t fact* "DWt llMil


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lightened her ofa pirfoi hot complements T 1ST LETTERS REMAINING ,A rare*emedl. BY ItOYAt, BETTERS FATE3T. .Valuable Sea Islird Cotton 'and_

Baring 19 in bor and 2G in my boat. Octoberj fat 1854.the Port Office of JackonriUe a the 1." If jon an troubled with a Cold.'Cough.rioireenee - THE HYDSOHAGEV K Corn Land *gale.TXHto .

The but Bight I had or the ship her *, Broochitij or any affection of the .Lung or : -Os .. miles aV T9 tho Dot &JofcaVA1 sited
were level with the water and the A LoyJWmfl Throat von art advised to make trial of 8TA- .'-- WATERPOOF- AXn.COl-"St1rrIn' Immediately located on the river,, Tb tract*
guards ,
Andrew, TO Loadtalt, Mrs, Francbj S BLER'S ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT embraces seven hundred and my acres, fir* *_
pea was strewn with human beings who Andrews, which U really what U profesaet to be, a "good -- ? c7ciz'1. S01 la d.recIet It 01' nearly so, tret rate hammock laM

jumped overbear, whom it was impossible Andrews, O. W. Morris, Mist ClleftMrlrvin ftedicine.1 ICU'were not such it would not have MASCFACTCaAD IT ? and ia iu original stato, with the exeepOo* of

to render any assistance, and we soon Andrews, W. S. Duct R. ft.McDermott received the decided and wirai Mroval of ome of HARCOURT, BRADLEY & CO. about eighty acres cleared and wen-adoptod J>* a

lost sight of all as the; fog contiuued very B ', Jae the ntost celebrated intelfigent and ntghminde4 :JU Market-St Maacbwrttr. crop the ensuing smuon. Steamers s.seeisdh7
dense. Batista, Antonio McKay G. l hyciclan in the country, who,have been made Principal Warehouse 102 Wood-Sir ett, ChtapMe within CAy yards of th. pUco in aseeadinrtheriver 4
Boiler, Mrs MaI Martin, R. aMnrry acquainted with the recipe from which it is compounded Landau, Engltnd. America EtUMiAmeU Ott the premises there U a Terror fperh

Tac Graham Trial and Sentence. Bunch CarL Charles.Misley and who say 'that '"It will effect more 38 Ann-Street oJ- 102 lfati Strett Ness three-story seamless house,wish .nasemesA of
rwel. M. J 2 Harley U. ood than any of tbe nnmerons preparations with York, U. S. nil* 1eeL. Location Health, Water, and another
) dciritci! Horn Ife*' York states that BrwD. A. It!. )e.Oonr Tbm which lie cdtSUy is innnd:itod." An array d Hydromagcn b a valuable dIscovery fci natural advisesgu. not to be .un-.L, Titl ,

t'Dr. Graham's sentence will not be less BaD Mulen lb E testimony, such u can beskuiwn in fll.vorofStabler' THE ng the fret from damp or cold and good and terms accommodating. Apply to Tasao -

imprisonment Mr Judia F. Anodyne Cherry Expectorant and STA 1LER'* therefore a preventative of many Lung diseases Pinckney, Co_ tiUfleston S..C, A.T. U,
than four nor more than seven years' Bland, John Mry Alexander DIARRHCEACORDIAL, could never be prolif- ritlwllllny durloriltg wla/
in the Penitentiary. IV Court Dar Robt.A. Moore, J. W. oetl, unless they were fealty and tridf'"good me.hi'em. m the form of a *Dle,and worn Inside the boot or or to the owner ,on the pt c*.
the DihoJ W. S. U. S. N. Moorci, Job W. ." Therefore Wo advise you to make trial Ul hoe. IU medicated character id a powerful antidote aiioriis.
however h*s postponed delivering sen- Capt S.3 McGowan, Charles them, with eonfideuce. Sup descriptive pamplcta to dtaeaw. ajport.0., .

tence for twenty days in order to afford Boeton, John Mainder, James W.Blo&oti' to be had of the a8e; Bts. friee of eadt, oHly E9 For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable warm St.Joan's Bluff E. F, September_ I9)4)

counsel time to file bill of Thomas Morgan, Martin cents per bottle or sit oo'Ulelllor1250. and healthy wear in the coldest or ramieet weather -
Dr. Graham's a S. & E. M. Gilbert
Brewer,S. G. Martin, Edwin 8 Address, fi. A.StABLEA ft Co, a*the foot cannot become wet if the Ilydromagti ; '
exceptions." C N CaYlimoro D. is inserted. Ladies may wear the lightest soled 'p754-v SrASUFACrOlERS and DEALERS -

relates C.rrKenlui orphan ofNoblcs, W. P. AOEXtS. C boots or hoes in the most inclement weather withhapimfty in ill r at CARRIAGES
The principal ground exception i
0 Dr. II. Bacon, St Marys, ( ; while Consumption so prevalent among at Nos. 40 VTmt-
Iprobably to the refusal of the Judge to admit Clinton, C. M. Odom, W. G. Thomas}lcI man Jacksonville, Oa Vie y *eg of our country may to thwarted bifeeir worth Stttt, and Xo. 7 Hayiu Sires, CharUfioa.

testimony to the following statements C.WAd Anprow, M. tlgaire, Wm. Shoffesaie, Palatka. Fit.So. general adoption. They entirely supersede Our Stock U an extensive ODe, and puichasen
prove Andrew W. 2 Oliver, John 001. 7 171 East Bay, Charleston S. C. trrer-ifiott, a.i the latter cause the feet to perspirein are respectfully requested to cull on us, M*a east I

: in Stephen n Ohrl.rct, ChtuL a very unhealthy manner; and beside, are not offer great Inducements in stylo and prat] and
Mr. O'Conor (counsel for Dr. Graham) Joseph 0lteen. ; Give them a Tria!. THE "BtJPFIWGrTON HOUSE dangerous wear to pedestrians in I icy weather like any articles bought at our estabtiehiocnt an war

drew the following statements, and read Curium,Thomas r Mercenary person have ia so many instances india rubber. While the latter cause the feet to raJtted i ia.every respeit. Jalyg-tf_, *
up Clark, Capt Purktr, John S.Culton succeeded in the worthless appear extremely large, the Hydromagen being
foisting upon
them aj what they expected to prove: Eii/cr, rcllcgruc, Obcd 2 preparations, claiming fur them great medical 3Oi9O1r7i11e, FJ.or1.d. a more thin slice of cork prepared peculiarly placed Gariagc & Haniess DcpositoiryiAT

1. Dy the testimony of Wm. H. Chase, ChmN }' 2 IVrker, O. II. virtue, that ft great many individuals refuse to inside, docs not increase the size of the boat or
That the deceased was generally known to D lorkiJ Capt. John W. take any thing not auntioncd by a phiyitician' THIS well known HOUSE, situated on the corner
of and Duvmt, Mrs. Jane V. Hiram This sLlletionhlLS been bestowed STABLER'S are extremely valuable, a* they may engage in South-West Comer of -p
lie a quarrelsome and
a person savage upon Adams streets within few rods
a of the Post Office "and MEETING and WEsrwoRfn STEEETS;
Dunbar, Capt C. Fatten, Win. B. ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT and exercise with comfort and healthy effect Their
disposition. Drew A. C. the Boat ia alight an to need mention b* CharUstoH, S. C. '
i I'uincroy DIOKR1KEA CORDIAL more than five hun- near to Steam landings and convenient to the expense N scarce
William M. Stewart
2. By the testimony Dunning, Poincniy, 1) R, 5 drod instances. Indeed medical who sides, those who patronize them will find their year CARRIAGES ofevCr. ttUcription, a(the low"I'rlc
That be knew Cot Loring in California Drew, l1r.1brge riomcr, Mr. know their virtues regularly many prescribe the men Expectorant Churches, has just received a new coAt: and has been renovated ly doctorit bill mud diminished thereby. always on hand and no article sold ejcoepl

and that he was generally known to be j Bowling, Mrs. Ardelia 1tt4 Miss. in eases of Coughs, Colds, and diseases of from to bottom with convenience As the Hydromegcn is becoming more known iu such as can be warranted in the fibBed term br
person of a riotous and quarelsome habit, owling, John 1rico, M-sa r.heIA. tho respiratory organs, which come under their top every is now in perfect sale u increasing to an almost incredible extent July-&-tf 3C. H. N ATHAJi. .

and of turbulent, overbearing and violent I Dow'ling, W.Duko Travis 2 care. And in all diseases of the bowel, too, each order. The Table will be under the superintcndance of an experienced LaM year fa london, Manchester, Bbesisgbaui
*, W, O. R M Diarhaea Cordial u prescribed by them with tbe LlverpuoL GbucoW,Leeds Dublin Park Antwerp, Whilden, t
temper. Drake, Edwin Reed, Arm utmost confidence in its beneficial effects. Give Housekeeper, and shall not be surpassed by any otherin Uuuborgh and Bvlin our sales rented 1,132- 4 alsnn' -t
3. By the testimony of Colonel John Dbobo NicklessD Rthrur.Sal 2 these excellent medicines a trial See descriptive this climate. The has determined 450 pairs of n rkfl Boles This year eM Bomber hit Oila Qiao, ad Ship casnt
Cot in California ... that his exer- far tWo >
Gallar That he knew Luring w Miss Daub.* Brothers 3 amphlotsto be bad gratis of tho agents. Price will surpass ffo-GOl-tEatt-Ifay, .

at Benecia the Lift place from which F Ian WilliamFain oaly fO CleaN(or Cach, or fix bottle fur 2,50. tions to merit the patronage which shall be bestowed him Ask the Faculty their opinion of theft falne as opposite; P. and M. Bank Charleston S.eRE
Mrs. E. A. C.ipt. John a preventative for Couons, COLD BBOXTHITU
CoL to the city tlf New York L I
Luring shall be without keeps constantly for sale a general es1
Mrs. RolierH, Dory regard to trouble or ASTHMA and Cukntttsos.
New Store New Goods expense.A
and that he was there generally known as French Richardson ment c T Paints and Oils of all kind,Window
LtwhiFcreira Junes Wes's SUE 35 CKMTC.LAMCH .
a man of great brutality. manner threatening ,Car Rolin, Frank I TIlE Subscriber haclngjust returned from the LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House, with good do. pr.oV> 80 do.L'ors' Glass and Sashes Spts. Turpentine Campheo,

in hid features, and menacing in hishabit'thatV.VI. Fmh'ick, Milton 2 Rjwcll, Martha is now prepared to farulih the Citi- Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House A MRsci' .do 25 do. Spirit Uaas, Tallow, UrinrbUwd din Cordage, Chain. 4
"f Jacksonville Cotton Foot
celia and the Pumps, UluePaekbsg
sourrounJing Countrywith YutuC'A
Ixtf'iBgthreatened to drivemy French, Shcppord S NOTICE.-From the Retail Prices we make a .
from Uenecia who Funa, John Santo Mrs. Lydia the lnfot and, best assortment of soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. very liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesaler, Yard and Brushes of various kind jnly 8ifiii..tIiBthi' .
man away came S. M. 2 Smith Clothing, FnrAhh'mg Goals, lIds, Cap, I'nrbrollas that make fine -
Foll HenryPwdritk Oct. 21 18G4.--Gm' so any storekeeper may a profit ou
there as collector; that the witness hating m, L. M. Will! Walking Sticks, Carpet Bags, S. BUFFINGTON. their sale, whilo they are an article thay may be CO,

I lieen fiJ Rj>i>ointcJ came to lienccia, and ( Summcrlm, dohmPain's fiorfts! Shoes, (flatter, Ac. ic. %*_Republican_copy__ _ _ kept in any store, among any class of guod-4, iV* 96 J4Zuy, (ipoiie Ray 4"(11.Jnar.f.J)
('. I/orins having: iw cc inintance with him Green, C. Sail ever WotigM tub EaSt FJcti.ia. which ho will en- ---- For terms, apply toHARCOCRT ChulC2tton, S. t,

attempted tocM-ciitehis threat by a deadly Gall Thomas nell John W. 3 davorte sell e cbeip, that theiigMell Skin flint In.tbe Circuit Court of Putnam County, : A.PO'th.ccary BRADLEY CO., Dealer in '
cannot Elan
sault t1& witness. John S CIp J. f. 3 go away unstisfiod.PTermsCASi1 Eastern Circuit of Florida. 33 Ann Street, New-Y IIrk. SPIRIT CASS AND CAMPlIEJCli.with .
M upon t ON DELIVERY.J. .
4. By the of Judge Henry A. Going, ManiaGriffiths (] Stevens Seton, (Joo., UKIPLEY. Anthony Rubin, Executor of the lot Will anl t Tea DposUory; i1 Lamps of every description for the some.
"irgoOanigne Street Testament of Conrad Van Dohlcu, lato of said ; zTIlE CHEST. !
f Lyas, I"S.. Jud.e. in California. That tlc- W. J. Smith, AndreSsOary Bay 2 doors cajtcf Bisbte fc C&po"a.Oct. ALf
ceased was a man of ungmcmable temperof Levi Smith, Oipt. "".._ 73tFHOS'l' County, deccJ. Complainant. Removed to the New Store In Holmes SIR ASTLCY COOPER BART., M.D., English and American AVliitc Lead, Paint,

uucontrullaMe fury, and addicted to violent toodir, S. tcwart J"b I). : A. A.Van Doblen and others, the Hoira and Creditors Building, opposite Dr. Haldiviu'a tho eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a ef every kind, Linseed and Slenn
a Smith & BOULTER, of said Estate, Defendants.A Oilice, Jacksonville. valuable legacy to the world in his
-assault human hlv on slight pretense July 8 Oil, Glass, Putty, Ac. tf
t upon listen, )tDe Susan Scott, W. W. General Commission Merchants NTHONY ROBINS, Executor as aforesaid, -U ThERE i is kept constantly on hand a largo and Great lreteiitatite Consumption
HUHantes! Stocinn, Mum Sally .Ti having filed his Bill on the Chancery vide of t(V well selected assortment of ASD .\ 31. LAWTON & CO.

I 5. By the *<> tsinony Robert Edmonds, IilliardMis M. F. Sinclair, Capt D. 101 State Street,Boston, Mats., this Court, suggesting the probable insolvency of DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY FACTORSANDCOMMISSION

that being a stranger to Col. Loring, the Ilowct, vajO.j gjiofield, John WILL pay strict and prompt attention to ta'Ies' said Estate: It i Ordered,That all persons having Always received by the latest arrivals warranted DISEASES MERCHANTS

.t ('l'ASCd at ranftina. on their joint "\y to Hari.D A.: Surnel John LUMBER TIMBER COTTON and claims agaInst the sail Estate, an Creditors or otherwise fresh and genuine. Also, without the use of Medicine. ,
S.Hnricy Sic their said claims with No. M'hvrf
Harris W. T. other Southern Produce > the Clerk of
said Loring atcipted
California, the 1'erfumery, Combs, Hrusues Soaps Sir A. C. Bart, invented and advised the use
this Court in red for the slid of Charleston SC.
Joe Smith, Benjamin oct 7-tf R B. BOULTER. county ,
his life without provocatieiK Lamps, Burning Fluid &. of the
to take Wm. \. Wm-MTavIor
heft-re the Al Lawtoo I a
Jrin ton, EIita Smith, John G. on or twenty-fifth day January, >>
6. the testimony of John II. Biggs, 1955. And which will be sold low fur&. I MEDICATED FUR C1IESTPROTECTOR R. Wainright Bacon I Jueeph T. DUX.
By lligginhnthom,D. It J. C.J.Jif White Lead White Lead that this notice be published fci tome _
5nowball Country orders soticited and punctually attended all persona of aH ages and conditons, as a
that a year or more since, K-raga fcllow- Doct. f.'annie". : I.Honecton 2 000 Kegs pure White Lead at 8 cents per )b. Newspaper in this Circuit, once a week, until tho to. vsiciuas'{scriptioiu jnt up with care and I TO certain and a safe shield against consumption julyS tfV.

i 3senger with tin dmasetl from Panama Clarissa an mith, D.Ibn'"U 2,000 Kegs No. 1 do do at 7 cents' per H,. expiration of said period. dc.pat<&. Bronchitis Asthma. Cough, Cold and other afflictions A. Cohen & Cohen
the habit of the decga ed J. Samuel The ,00fomls beautiful brilliant liven under my hand at Chamber, this nineteenth ,
to San Francisco, lnnR a white superior 'It E A S. of the Lungs which arise from the exposed!
for violence and disregard of human life IlendcrHannor- Ca. T to any now in oso. For sale by day of July, A. D., IS:4. Agent for Ue New York Pckte Tea Company.Tea state of the chest according fashion, and the Importer and Dealer in

notorious, and the subject of general K. nmsq0Miss Ann Jane JOHN COMMINS, Solo Agent. [Signed the WILLIAM A. FORWARD, of direct importation and-ef varieties,froma continual changes of our climate. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIODry
was hem, laMm! Taut Thomas 274 Kinf i Street, Chraleoton S C. Judge of Circuit Coast of the 1.4'to I lb. in a package, all warranted and at "The Protector" simply a chemically preparedfur Gc ods
comment. Hall, Wm. Thompson, Alree, f%?* If;in any case this Lead proves unsatisfactory Eastern Circuit of Florid. extremely low prii'ea.LfCountry lined with silk and padded, which suspended j ,
I 7. By thc "iB ony George Washington J Trooper,C it will be taken back, and all expenses paid. 1 HEREBY CERTIFY that the above id a true I Dealers supplied by orderIng from the neck, coven the ehe t, in c<* agreeable a .lv;). 175 East-Bay, Charleston S. C.

Kinzer, that being a fetIiw-pascngcr Jolin! "on, J. B. Timimm', Thimothy copy of the Order on file in my office. accompanied with Casts manner that,once worn, it becomes anecesnity] Nathan A. Cohen. I Leopold Cohen. -
Johnson, E. A. James W., 2 Notice to Mariners. hand and the Seal of office at tho
with the deceased on his List voyage from Thompson my GARDEN 4 FLOWER SEEDS: a comfort. July 8 tt'r,1Ser
New-York the deceased'shabit Johno, John Thum, James E, NEEDLEi CHIX.VEL Court House in Palatka, this 19th d.iy of July A. : PUNTS Ac, "The iTotcctor," although but recently introdace -
Francis to TO I'ORTS- aluo
San always kcptonh.ind.
Jacques, Mr Elisabeth Them, Mi s HannahK D., 1354. S. ULINSKL < America \ &
making rapid throughthe
( and disregard of life on slight MOlTil. july S-tf T. lclUAN. progress Thompson,
ot Th'Jm\: Joseph july29- m Clerk of C, C of Putnaft Co. United States, -the Canada, South America I
pretense ws notorious among tne the puseonoerd Knight, M. A. W Peacock's Refuge BiiGyficaconi.OFFICIAL and the West Indies. It has for a long time FACTORS AND (

and the continued subject of remark. Kennedy,James 2 Wells, Charles information has been received at this Insolvent Xolitc Youn Lady's Seminary. been a staple article in England and 01 the continent COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
L Wilson, Andrew STATE OP FLORIDA, ) of Europe, while it has in i AJger North Wharf 4
Office that the Red S. W. iTuoy of tho Shinglet on grown many countries -
g. Jy the testimony \Villiam II.Oxtey I.ul W. K. Wcakfall. Mrs. Julia the western side of the Nccddles Chanel, aol the County of Dural. J I to the position of an article of dregs. Charkstou, s. CFRED'S

tlfect that of James 2 West, Morian Black Buoy on the southern extremity (f the Spit pOLLY ANN JONES, Adraiuutratr'ix of tho To demonstrate these facts enquire of any En- E, _FRASE | plea n. rnovrsox.II. .
the as
'or this City, to same: Leroy, Mary A. ZLcinhs JL Estate of John A. Jones MISSES KERWICK,frjm Scvannah gUsh resident in of his
filed rea-
of the 11 air u1 of Sonthsoa Cattle,at the entrance to Portsmouth doceJ. having TIlE your vicinity knowledge of .-W.
Mr. Kinzcr, bo far as the part j.mrtley Copt. ( Zylatraw, Edward Harbor, have been remo\e.1, and that their in my office a written suggestion of the tnsolvoty inform the inhabitant of Jackeonsunvill the beneficial effects of wearing the Protector, 117 Kinf KIN8MAX Street

was informed upon the eamslnp: Persons wishing any of the ab\.t letter will places t*Howwcwjucd by Peacock's Refuge Buoy- of said Estate ; This u therefore to notifiy all persons and its vicinity, that they intend opening a WITHOUT RECOURSE TO DOCTORTO of any kind. The< has In store an Immense stock of
Xorth Star, of which the witness was pur- i>lcas-e say they are advertise or they may *ot be:icons havIeg domandn against raid Estate, to pro- School oM the 1st September, for the instruction cost of wearing these articles is a more trifle, and WINDOW SHADES,

jfef f*. get them. WILLIAM C.ROTUE, P M.sum These Bvoybeacoug, which are constructed of writ them, duly proved and authenticated, to the of YC Judge of Probates of said County of Duval on or Enirluh Education. health ot'himself or bis family will be withuat present
of Col. Hugh Tyler iron, are rendered conspicuous by their large
9. the testimony very inducements ta ellStomers.ALSQ
By the of Washington KEU'AKU.PKOCLAMAEION size, upright position, an'1 conical framework.The .- before tho fist day of March next, when hero will Ter s, from *I 00 to 93 00 per Quarter. Ornamental I' them. The Hospitals in this country are not alone great :
hat the deceased City bo distribution of the funds branches extra. them but them.
a ,
pro-rata belonging to recommending rapidly introducing
part of the framowork is terminatedby .
upper Lace and :Mulm Curtains Satin DeLane Damasks
shortly before coming to the City ofJfcw ; a tnanjftlar glass reflector, which in the Deacon laid Estate, amongst the Creditors thereof. Llr.; Young ladioi from the country (pupiLlcan 1 Harconrt, BraJly A Co.,of London, and Manchester Ae, all at a great bargain., july8-tf, -
York, wa in the sight of the witness on the Shingles IS 20 feet and in that of the Witness my hand, and the seal of be accommodated with board,at the house formerly England, were originally entrusted with the

suddenly engaged in a violent personal andihysicat BY JAMES E. BROOMt COV- Spit. t.nd 14 feet abevo the water. [SEAL) said Court of 1'robate, this the occupied l-y Mr. Crespo. manufacture of the Protectors, by the lamentedDr. S. G. COUKTEXAY, -
25th of Augn t A. II., 1854. Cooper, and continue to manufacture '
J alteration with another man.a to- There is a refuge deck or platform round these day according BOOKSSTATIONERY- CHEAP -
ENOR OF THE STiTK OF FLORIA. buoys, with a eat and tail about two feet above FELIX LIVINGSTON. Savanua.h Medical College. to hi,original instruction, and therefore recommend PUBLICATIONS. 1.
without provocation. f rn"tf> d
and InformatioN has been
Ul any e "
Granger, Jo' Pwbartcs of Duval those who would "The Protectors
WHEREAS the Igc County. wear to
tire inrfiice of water.
that SESSION I8345.R. julyS No. 3 Broad Street, Charlestons UAGXEAV
10. liv the testimony of other witnl'Si'j.1 ShcrifTofllcrninlu County, ang 2Gm see to their being genuine.
the decea-cd was engaged CIIARXICKJ. SLLPIt, with the murder POSITIONS.ThoS D. AR OLD.M.D.Prof.Theory and Practiceof REKEXBER I
that CuI. Ix ring, i THIS is A STABLE ARTICLE, AND .10 FISHER & HOME.
in St. Augustine, Florida in a violent of Thomas :anfcl hI lr.kcnj.i an J i W. Dway-beaconofthe Shingles IKJ In Ji Mcllobert Baker, Medicine.P. PATEn MEDICISE. : FACTORS AND COMMISSION MER
now fugitive fcm jltic 6 3-4 fathoms water, one mile we-t of the tail of .M. KOLLOCK,M. D. Prof of Obstetric RETAIL PRICES. '
altercation which proceeded into a street Xv therefore,, I JAMES E. BROOME, Governorof the Shoal; ib marks being the Red Beacon on ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN W.G. B L-LLOCK,M. D, Irof.o*Sur ry. GENT'S SIZE, - $1,50each CIIAN Ti.Accommoclatkn .
fight, where Col. Ix.rlng u'e-l deadly "(- the State of Florida, by law, do hereby offersreward Hurst I'oint in one with the High Light-house E. CHANCERY, NOTARY !)PUBLIC C.W.WIST,.'.D., Prof Meuical ChelU;tl'J. LADIES' do. - 1,00 dix Wharf Charleston.S.C.W.

Ik'n, and u of sill Cli.irnick 1 Selph, and his safe dcliv- the Needles S. E. E. 1-4 E. rapeutics.
hurt of hi.* unanwed? opiKincat. Light-hon, by HARCOURTBRADLEY A CO, NET CASH JOIJBINC HOUSE.
; the cry t-> the Sheritfof UernaQ'tu County. The Buoy-beacon on the extremity of the Spit Commissioner for the Atlantic ani Gulf E. H. MAKTI.T,M. D., Prof of Institutes of Medi- I. 33 An Street & 102 Nassau Street,
: Objections having been mide during >JKN.-Ch-irnick J. Selph is about five feet sis Sand, is moored in 22 feet water, (but there U no States. cine.J.. New-York, c.s. Noa. 253 & 255 King Sttvt-t.' .

progress of the trial to one of the jurors inches high, about twenty-Tour years of age, stout channel between it and the Spit.) From this Bea- sug. 5-ly W. HOWARD, 3!. D. Prof of Anatomy.J. Principal Warehouse. 102 Wood Street Cheaj-stde Charleston, S.C.CLLtFEE _.

in of Mrs. built, a little fop shouldered, dark batr, blue toll tho issue et eastern S1I"lltchway mark appears D.RUD, M. D, Pn.f.of Pathological Anatomy London, Manufactory. 44 Market Street Manchester ST. Ail AND & L'HOFT ,
wn the ground that lie was a -
GrAham, leis as, ociaU* petitioned the Judge out couetenince.VitneM. end of the largo Chalk Pit, bearing N. by E. 1-4 ATTORNEY AT 'LAW J. WET, \. D., Assistant Demonstrator of 11. B. t Co, are establishIng Depots fur tile tale &c. ,
hpwcven \ my hand and the great seal of K.:. and the Dock Mill lies in one with Portaluwn Anatomy. of "The Protector" in MI parts of m.,.Phy-
to be difichar-ed. The matter, the State of Florid i, which t hayec.iust Semaphore, N. E. 1-2 E. Jacksonville. E. F. T REGULAR Courrc of LECTCRES in this institution sicians, Surgeons, DrnggisU: Clothier, Dry Goods, JulyB Nfl. 179 East Bay, Charieeton.S C. tfU.

teas settled fcy the withdrawal of the jurorto :EltJ J cd to be afnl hereto. DoneW tho By order1 of the Light-House Board : will commence on the first Monday Merchants,Hatters and Milliners also lentemen'i! JESSF.N

was taken at the request upitl n city ef Tallah 5b, this THORNTON A. JENKINS, Sec'y- B. 31 I. Pearson, in November,and terminate in the fullon ing March. Furnishing Store-Keepers are entrusted with the DEALERS IN GROCEhIES, LIQUORS -
whom exception 5t of October, A. D. 165t. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Preliminary lectures will be delivered from Monday wholesale and retail distribution them, and to SEGARS ic. H\\

of Or. Graham and his wife, made JAMES E. BRWME, Office LisU-Ilutnte Board, Sept. 5 1654. Jacksonville. Fla. ..the 16ih day of October, until the commence whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise, Jnly3 No. 139 East, Cay, Charleston, .O if
counsel. In the course Governor of Florida. I snout of tho Regular Course,for which no additional and a splendid opportunity opens to them for safe
nireugh: Dr. G.'s Dy the (1overnor-At1estc NOTICE is hereby given that fix week after Felix I al fee will be required. Students have free access and profitable business. P. )J. COhEN & CoDEAlEns .

of his remarks on the motiln't6 dischargethis F. L VIL'IIGCr apply to the proper office in Washington Livingston, .to the Medical and Surgical Wards of the Savannah .Fur terms apply toHARCOURT IN DRUGS, MEDICINES .

Mr. O'Connor held the following Secretary :tt. City D. C, for the renewal of toy Bounty ATTORNEY&COUNCELLOR AT LAW hospitaL This extensive ch.ii ily h under the med BRADLEY. CO, Ac- Ac. if
ju or, October 7, 1851. [Ioctl4-3t] Land Warrant No. 39,695, for (SO) eighty Acres. Jacksonville, E. F., ical control of two members of the Faculty,by whom 33 Ann Street, New-York. U. S. julyS No. 29 Ilaynd Street, ChariestonS U

language: issued in my favor the 10th of June,1852, and scat attend to business clinical lecture are delivered. Ia addition ta this, N ottce.TIlE .
any professional en- S. S. FARRAK BROTHERS
But sir.Dr. Grahamlxas something more 8100 REWARD to Wm. IL Hamilton as my Agent, which warrant, WILL to him in tho Courts of the Eastern they have ample opportunity for learning practical .CO-PARTNERSHIP, under the firm of DEALERS IN COKPEE GROCERIES
medicine at the which ii daily
at stake than If* hfe. It i* important to either through the negligence or villanny of said Circuit, and of the Supreme Courts of Tallahassee. to College Clinque, open XOI'ICKXEr & CO., is this day dissolved. ( Ac.
Hamilton, has been lost to me, as I have never recover Ho has also such advantageous connection withan patients. TI* Mttlcment of iU affair mutual ,
him. if he is to bo tk-hwred frem a folon said warrant, nor have I ever transferod or able at an will During the pest zess'on up'af ds of two hundred p devolve. WILLIAM, by. TCSXO Corner East Bay amt CumberiaadSta.july8 .
Lawyet Washington City,as ensurea agreement, on :
walk forth with an benefit cases were i'ouand cvSr Charleston S.C t1']
doom that he may disposed of the same to whatsoever. prescribed thirty Sng'rcal ,
any person prompt and speedy collection of such cUims as to whoia.all persons haing demands or being indebted -
of PROCLAMaTION BY JAMES BROOME, operations pbrformed in tw! o'the Studcbts .
maA' and the partner E JA1IESG.COOPER.Nu presence
reputation be
; may placed in his hands against the United are referred.
his cares who has jmpanied him through- KHNOR: OF TiE STATE OF FLORIDA. &u county E. F.Aug. 25th 1854-gcp23-6m States. July vt the Cliniqne. XeteHal for Anatomical investigations WILLIAM M. Tt XO. NEUFFER IIENDRIX & Co,
dearer UTHERCAS Information has been furnished supplied. : R. PINCKNEY JB. ,
stake Q.
put this trial, has also even v that Notice. Fraser. riculation, 85; Full Course of Lectures, 8105; De for the sale of ,
thanthe life of her husband. WILLIAM me, by SELPH with the murder, TIlE> fifth and last instalment of the Stock of tho ATTORNEY mOJltrator.310; Graduation.: For further information Charleston, August 31st 1334. Floor Grain Sod Produce Generally, j .
charged AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.JadaontUte Sept 2J3 I
the express onvillo and Alligator Plunk Road Company I. address LI
Now if your honor 1)leL""sly of Thomas Stanfield, has, and is now a ,post-paid. iulrS Charleston S C. 3
desire and command if I may *o express has been called for and payable at the office Fti, july8 II. L.BYRD,)[D.. Dean. UOND1CT Ik
1 is
justice. JENNINGS &
an now a __ The Subscriber. Co.
fugtifrom of Treasurer on the first day of October next. attend M rny professional business en
it, of both thc parties,! ant required .New tlriue Buooxr: Governor of GEORGE W.CALL, Se y. WILL toJ to him in the Courts of the Ea.stcrnMrcnife Dying and Uenovatiiig Establishment, Continues the business heretofore carried on under SADLERY. COACH 1IARDWAR1e* If
of honor to withdraw the tho ; by virtnto of the authority the TCXXO PINCKNEY A CO Ko. 163 Meeting Street, Jj e
to pray your : September 23,1854-6-m. [ and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee 73 York-st near the Court House.SAVANNAH name o ,
vested in law do hereby offer a reward of .
the me by and tenders Ks friends tL. iulyS CharleitonjS.C.
and to renewal of his
who is objected to, lie ha also such an advantageous connection withan rvices. -
oue dullara for the apprehension of said Jacksonville Illacltsmlthing, GEO.73j.3 WILLIAM 3!.
ith the consent of the accused blnere able Lawyer at Washington City as will ensure ,
trial to proceed w II MATTUIESSEN ft O'HARA
eleven jurors. Sclpb, and bis safe delivery to the ASDM.CIIINE a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as Established, 1852.TIIESuKvribcr.gratefultohis .c13.. Sept 2{3 ,
before the remaining WHOLESALE CLOTHING
Sheriff llemando
be in his hands the United andfdend
placed against patrons
There have been some imputations ( utaiu- X K v.-William M.Selph is about twenty-seven I At former Sldnd of Sctlsieick. State.may jnly-8 would state that,in Dissolution at Copartnership Is'o. 143 East Bay, corner Queen
ed in the newspapers against the counsel year of age, about six feet high lender made, I addition to the improvements in Din NOTICE 5s he-eby.. given that tbe copartnership Jula Charleston S.C. tfWARDLAW
dark hair and blue and rathera Ploughs of all kinds Timber Car- B. acquired U.Lj e/ACo. was disolved on the
eyes, quick spoken, FURNISHES J. .CokeATTORNEY
I only him his last visit
by to
eoneorned in this casei during England add Soot- *
downcast countenance. Chains for Mills, Mill work of twef y .jui.h o July, by mntnr I consent WALKER A HURNSIDE
rty sir, that the counsel are not upon trial Witness hand and the great soul of all kinds, Sugar Mills, 4e. AT LAW, land has made arrangements for extending his J. U.Butler ia siithoriied to ceUle the business Cotton Factors and

; and for my own part, I will say the Stt my of Florid which I have caW | *Partkular attention paid to SteamBoat and july Nevna-ntnlle, Fla ly business variety by of which Colors he on LiPoweoabled Silk and Woollen t.Dye Dresses.a greater of the tOIIeenL Prompt payment of ouUtanding COMMISSION MERCHANTS

that shall take a different time, perhapsto [SEA] ed t b heret. Done at the Saw Mill repariitg.. Wheelwrightiog done at IIhor- ShaDs Ac, which be trusts will generally please aflwho debts due the firm L requested. North Atlantic Wharf; .
imputation. if it is a Capital TaU ee, this 6th day of test notice ttjr: All orders Ion at the store of 8. Smith & Bradford, may.fa\1.1r blat with their jronnr o. BUTLER; JulyS Charlettm, 8.C. tf
answer any October, A. D. 1854.JAMES. N. Williams Will be promptly attended to. ATTOItNEAT LA\V patronage.Gentlemen' ang.2-lf R. H. LEESE.
a proper thing to be answcped.. I, perhaps, BROOME aug -' J. A. FARMAR. an Garments Dyed Cleaned or ficnovatod MALONE A. TAYLOR.

itm bound, when I make this motion clientI by the Governor of Florida., ATCHELDORE'S HAIR DYE-Tbe bent ar- &tUIT09B: CHAHCTBt! style which as may has be generally required, mrcti id the pleased aamo superior hw patrons NOTICE is hereby Copartuersblp given that we have this- day Ltr.mmR COMHISSIOHPhiladelphia MERcKAJ1 '

express desire and command of my By the Qovonsdr-Attest.F J3 tide now in use, for sale by Alligator and Neicnantttile Ha. and friend.- into copartnership for the purposeof .

perhaps am bound t add what is my L VILLEPJtJ July 29-tf BURTON A GRAVES. WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted Ladies' Bonnet Dyed, Blenched and Pressed in sawing and planeing lumber, at the Steam Saw Very tf'uIlY.lIOticit consignments of :
in respect to itI; did not suggest Secretary of State. to them. the most fashionable blylcs. Orders from the country huh known S3 the City Mill, under the name, SOUTHERN LUMBER, SHINGLES, 4*;
judgment it I did not appro\ ont I October 7, 1854. [o14-3t N OTICI1 is hereby given that application tt. WHIT. SMITH I n. BIUDFORE, punctually ttcndcd to. Terms moderate.- tern and style of Butler A Kiel off. Liberal advances made. Refer to
of mine to be made to the next General Assembly ofthe Office at Alligator. |I Office at Newnan0\ When parcels are dent by steamboat or railroad : JOHN O. BUTLER E. T. BROCK. Philadelphia,
mean by any expression them In the Circuit Court of the Eastern CI, State ot Florida, for an amendment of the july 7-ly word should be sent him by letter through the sug2-lm JACOB E. KIERUFF. I E.T. RICHARDSON, do, -

parties inteicsted,and when advised cult of Iflorida.Jhancey.Betw. Charter incorporating the Town of Jacksonville. J. S. MURDOCH pot Omcfe so that ho may know where to call for Notice. nlyS-tf T. E. BCCKM AN, Jacksonville,FU.
refused to do In ( 19-3m
determination. 1 positively en
aug them.
undersigned ill be absent at the North
I therefore stand here simply their MORTIMER II. GOPVIX, Complainant, ) Bill for Phys1.o1.tin. jelLS ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. THE CHARLES DEWALLA.cwIcxrg
BO. a TVTOf JClS..APPLICATION will be made to tho present Lime until about the hat of
mouth-pie making a quest, and they VIRGINIA GOOD!" Defendant. J Divorce. 1AI the next General Assembly for a Charter HAS removed his office from apposite tU; Buf- October next, when they will re-open a sleek of iI'ZF

motion. I be allowed to sayin BILL of complainant being filed in this case, autboriung the construction of a Railroad from House to his dwelling, on Fortytb-ft. W. E. Buker, Goods for thia market. In the meantime their 'Jack onrile.Flo, .
pray th that if I may in position it appearing to the wiafactioo of th Cedar Key to the Georgia State line, in the direction noarMra. Dog ctt's. July 1 -ly SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL business will be in the hands Rodney Berman in any part of the County attnded toe,
th Court that the said defendant resides without SALES -
addition st of Macon Geo. 19-3m Esq. BLOODQOOD & BOCEE.THOS. respectfully solicited. '
of apprehensions I State of Florida.On aug S. N. \\iliiaius, COMMISSION MERCHANT. _
Goods sent to the subscriber eominiasion ei.11kCr
might hare of the quality of the testimony motion of George W. Call, Solicitor! for Com Notice. COMMISSION MERCHANT niy 8 Savannah, G J. tf J. RESniUCKS. JAMES 0. CflESg. for private or auction disposal writ! be quickly, -

my course should have been the same ; andI f,1ab1at i is SIX MONTHS from date, the undersigned Ad Jacksonville, Fla., i FOHT& DUNHAM. To Planters and Lumbermen. attended to and amounts speedily,forwrfrdett. TbV

now say publicly what I did not before Odertd, That a hearing of the fa charged in t of the Estate of Jas. B. Cole, deceased -I constantly on hand and for sale a general FACTORS AND THE undersigned having formed aefpartnerriiip Subscriber has ben known in this eoramuBity for

his ear That I do most .io Di o Complaint be had ttm of this will present final aceouLU and vouchers,to KEEPS assortment of COMMISSION AIKUCHANLTS the purpose of transacting a a number of years as Auctkmwc.and otherwise.He .-...
Lay to private and Cour t hoi Jen at Jacksonville, in county the Hon. Judge of Probate for Putnam county, for GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,' iSarannoA, Geo. General Merchant Business at offers no recommendations, but desire that Inqniries -"

fully entirely and absolutely approTe, Dunl. o the flrft Monday of February nut settlement, and will at the tame time ask to bo of the lest selfdions, Henry R. Fort I T. K. Dunham. MAGNOLIA, Ei F., should be made concerning himself aay
and all
the and that said Defendant do and .
take upon myself for present appear plea discharged ad eachAdministrator. and will sell them lower for CASH than they can would respectful call the attention of all who are commercial house at the place of bis residanc*,
future time, whatever may be the tCpn. rwer o demur to said Bill. o Complaint, C be S. GLINSKI be bought elsewhere in the South. JOHN RIChARDSON. desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their large add Since the Ijro be has located his stereos Fomth),
in theearns '
eibility resting upon counsel for no for laid manner day as or decree tho said Defendant thereupon has pass Palatkt, AtfgustT, 64. Administrator. Country produce taken in exchange at lebcral I'FACTORS well selected Stock consisting in part of street on the burnt district, where his Aoetioa W*

i ing his client against a course involving issues and WM i in appeared Teas I Teas! 1 Teas II prices. July B-ly Savannah, Georgia. Dry Good, Groceries Quecnsware smem U also at ptsent eonducted and where M
which be present Cur. n8 OJtc No. I UedleforJ1 JJiildm Hate, Car*, G rockery and Claw ware, keeps en hand en the most reasonable terms, -,
life death and the i
of may That of
an It it further A copy TEAS of the very best quality and warranted C D. Oak hoots and Shoe, rqs.M ilodkines FAMILt GCOCERIES AND PROVISION
most fatal to above Order be in some public and at reduced in ,
consequences published newspaper importation, prices, .
J Holmes
attde Jaekjontille, Fla. Iron, Nails Paint, Oil* For Cash and Country Produce.-
published in Stte. for the of three package from I Ib. to 1-4 lb.; and from 50 centsto _
pa and Cutlery.ViDOOw Qiaw- 6-41 CHARLES DaWA]
Hardware ,
bim mot before the day appointed for hearng. '1.50 per pound. Black of the choiscst kinds, i" KEEPS constantly on band a fine assortment GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT Particular attehtion id to the Provision Dual- jnTy ,
MT1L A. .' also Green of the finest quality, at of W WATCHES JEWELRY and FANcy 100 Wall Street ff T. Mess"PorV Flour Bacon Fish Ohoap '.
Born ,
bet Eastern reciT of the Circuit Court of the Eastern MCMILLAN'S which he offers for sale ness. Hay, ,
frrTOUU Bale Hay jut per Jadge T. GOODS cheap WILL pay p.articufar; attention to sale of Yel Mols_, Sugar ctft&tantly oU hand In large quantities. HENRY E. W. CLARK,
Brigi Morning Light and Marcia, andJ.H.MCROHY. oct 14-'Jm Circuit of Florida. ang 2G-3t Apothecary Hall, Da1IILGEXUINE for cah. '" Fine lumber, Live Oak and .
utiakby T.'JVatches Repaired and Warrtnted.Vra. other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE ando of Bfy Street. .
all IWds
8100 He ward. Produce pdrchased.AH lIE Subscriber has reeeived a largo and
LONDON DOCK PORT WINBj ( order for parchaairfg )IERC \NDlst. T
call bcfort
iiI iHrited to making pttrcHaseB
R-5 THE Above reward will be given for the MADERIA WINE i \ (irotbc, July 7-tf assortment of GOODS,different kinds, .
Ir. NardlnM DIarruot Cordial. c2 recovery of three negroes and the thief, II FRENCH BRANDY, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. elsewhere.N. leeed by hiD\ lC and particularly adapted to UM
a JJ.LO.A large assortment of Negro Goodsench
Cordial is unfailing remedy for Diar- without the thief Thirty Expressly for medical purposes, at th S. H. Rockenbaugh wants of this sectioa of the eotmtrj. lie' nsMeft
llllr )
r a i b (Tn the room adjoining PosI-qffice. as Kenwyi, Blankets, AcJnly .
AI'OTHECAIIYIIALL f. fully Invites a sal from kls old customers and ta*, .
all its and will The nuuneaofnegroesaro GEORGE ep2-3t Si returned from HENDRICKS Jb CHESS..
J I It re Is about ( HAVING Europe againjjTJa OENF.BAf1COMMISSION 9-tf public generally. Ills stock eniMbU, in part of
offer his services to his old
leave to
men RLE. begs MIlCllANT
ble. .Jul.eases in children, as well as adults. Derjfon-Gerg black)- SIX months from date the undersigned admin. &..;* friends and the public generally. With hiscxpeSee. To tIeu131O. STAPLE AND FANCY BEt OOODS,QROCEHiIBS
T. b* had at Hall, JabnviU Joe U about six feet one inch high,{about 30 yean of the Estate of Joseph Vaught? deceased for the last twenty-six years, as a 112 Pnn't8tteet, N. Y. ,HARDWARE,CUTLERY WOOD AND
E. F. AJhe uhf and very black; Charles u about five feet will present final account and vouoheni to Watchmaker ho hopes to give eUtiro satisfaction CAREFUL attention will be given to sales of UNDERSIGNED, sueeessort to lllljy! CROCKERY WARS, BOOTS AND
, O" eight high, and bl one front tooth out. the lion. Judge of Probate for Putnam County for to those who wish to have their Work done in a Rice, Sugar,',Lumber, Timber, and THE ll No. 3, Holmes' Building, have In SHOES.HATSA'NDtfAPS.FANCYARTICLES
I Hair'Tonle. Any wi be thankfully 1 ri"ed MtUementt and at the name time will aek to be workmanlike manner. other Southern I'tod :' Also; Merchandise. purchased ,store and for sale, flr!ICAL INSTBUME1cTS,
gtoton enticed the discharged at such administrator. tat most advantageous term Julyfl-tf OF PERFUMERY 4ft Ae.AH .
(the or away on night rgf ,Watches afld Jewelry repaired at ,A GENERAL. ASSORTMENT e, ,
TOXIC wpertedee anytate S .
Tms.nAt for th. M- \ II. O. 8AUNDCR3.MiddlebuTg gept30-6a1 MELTON AYN Adm't.Jackus the shortest notloo. > Jcly &-tf Joseph Grice preventing lair Oct 14 MERCHANDIZE "-
terms ti at any house ia th1sclt" .
e L. hul .Savannah Morning NEws 2t and fend Dyhle and Alligator Plank Koad Administrator'a Notice. CENUiL "
epl 11 .
ti Confuting of Dry Goads, Orowwis Provisions :JaIl,22 iT. CLABK.5J.A.IIARURE :
.a4 drutaj the akin from only bill above Port-office. Company MONTHS frdrd date Iterdol'I win apply to CfOM fa ISSIO N Mn IIANt- .
and Glassware
Crockery .
t SIX Cutlery, .
McMILLAN. will ,
kr. v. T. II Weby given that an application Judge of Probate Alachua county, E. t.
3S Wafer
reeY.. and
NOTICE Hats and Boo and Shoes Saddlery
Apotkeoary hail, Jaekaocnrille, E F. ;kdffilnUtratoTiT Notice/ at the next cession of the General Fla for a final discharge from the farther admin the Caps EJ u.1.1 do
1 O 14 OTRlCT. and 4'athDtiOD given to isO > lane assortment of Books and i-Ultooery,.and allotherarllcles "- r; -
Indebted the Estate of HI' of tbe State of Florida, for an amend-, of Thomas W. Fries deedX
Mim Assembly istration of the fstate ,
tfcbooLmaderriffoed AJL persons t of all articles of produce entauded to Us care, suited to the trade( to which they (ISfap on corner Lot for.ymondLibertWILL ,
Hlatlnc aiM of the Charter of th6 above named!CampA/
v Dean, laU 0 JackMmviUe, Data gAM'L PYLESpt. and an erderf prompUy,complied with. (( In vh e the attention of the paMie aw}ask'them to [ dVpateh all jobs ra workmanlike rnaa;
YflhIE would Inform the ladies o county, Fla, deceased, hereby requested tomake By. < '- july29.3mtTdTIt11 August 2fi,1854. (sep9-6m) Admlqirtrater. can and examine their stock before purchasing ,, ner. Plans, Ac., will lie furushe free of

.1. J.ekjoiit1ethibS haowpr.psrsdtOtSaChslagiag. immediate payment to the undersigned| and ? U hereby given that art appHeatlouwill : Administrator Notice... 'guardian's Noticed elsewhere as they tatter Unfoeelvetf that they eterge._ ..epsls..efPAVILIUL' :
All t who a c o becoming p all persons having demand against Mid settle an .l. be made to the next Motion of the General months after date, will'IrD1..ntA NOTICB is.hereby givea,that'thirty days front can sea as tow as airy em else for eaelr orsea5trurodace. J .
*IU w ne D|y required to present then duly' _sworn within the Anemqly for an act of incorporation Bank SIS vouchers to the florf. A.N,Caston/Judge dtei shall Lb.,Boa. Felix HoH. a. -

J I' tune required 1I1'la.'r otherwise' this notice will to located to Jacksonville.. .: Frdboies in and for Alaohna County and ask tabe'disoharged Uvingston Jtfdga Probates ,ofDuval, County t U.BITBTON;. .. i LW. GRATEs, L, BUTTERFIELD,
Tena Twtnty4wole oo*, f3- J,. lle&IC1D bar. JL IL hOBO number m Corner of and Hasel-itB. .
'aug. 12-3m from the further admInIstratIon of for leave to toll Lot eoe square number N.B.-M.W.OIATOT wenld rerpectfaDy Meeting :
_.m IM' ,A. A.OI& Get 14-6. Admjnktrator. -. the Estate William 8. Standby,. late, of>aldTHOS.jPBEVATTAdmr. ten, ia the town of J Jacksonville belonging to Ellis I Inform the pubBo that..still eontinues\ho'- julyS 7l1,$.C.JACKSONVII1.E : tI
-- Notice. -, Elysian Colocne. county, deeoa .. Jones, an ornhaa and minor-th_same to be sold FOUNDRY AND:
_. "antc. > 91 00 3Jaa for the benefit of s&id minor.. .. DAGUBRR.E4NBUSIN.ES3en. ,' .
will b.nude to tin next Gen- LKYSIAS COLOGNE per quart or ; .
A GOOD SALESMAN and Book-keeper,, .d APPLICATION for amendments ta the Quatti E .62 ci'JI8 tpintBda !iordinjtoqnantitT.Oul83t 14- m STANULET.DcaV > 'I- < ._ J;D. OWEtL. door west of Dr.U.IH Holland's residence. MACHINE WORKS. ...

.L1.a Florida, a sitaMios K wi office Iis.D" G Bue et-t Apll at the Florida .julr*a4 Company. [(JBly -3m at ) APOTHECARY HALU Ntwn:1DlViU., Jan. 4th, IS54. Aug 2S-lm. Onirdian. JIIL.'t'JITm"t: 'Ju11 l8fl. Slwnvir & Q vtm. .





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1. riiIo'r tttii. MISCELLANEOUS. STE-AM r8OAr.

*-CF.XUBDIFEHENT- COUAT IIT ithiiu. irtti. vmtss irtctnri. -.- .

r S. & E. H. NEW SKYLIGHT Cll1liLETONAM) Fi' ii"

,$ *-Orex*, a t.LcS., hITI *Iay ia A ril CUOCERIESvAXD PROVISIONS. FOUNDRY, MACHINE WORKS ANDS S agraan 'ta1cr! Mail steamer.CAROUHA .,

't pmtaasa, U rfio 'doAprO.FamWf BLACKSMITHING.K. . .. ER3 In an -
U Moods/ April .1. JLllowELL, jiiAQEg, at Nos. 35 PLORIDA.TilliOtOll .
I Harioa, 4ta do doAvrU.AUchua GROCERIES PROVISIONS WINES W. Bigs? & Co.DAGUEKREOTYPK tftrth Street, and No. 7 Ilaynt rT HE Snbscrlbcrbcgs leave to inform the citizens .10
M do do Way ; Our Stotk is an extensive one, JL Jacksonville and its vicinity that bottill --4.----PALATt t. 21 o O Horns.

0ambla, 21 d. d.My. SEQARS,4c., AUT1MT.M. are respectfully requested to call on continues to keep open his THE CAROLINA will leave
Ns-saa, wVlneslsy beT re 4th Monday IrfMsy2d Xewnan and Forsyth-strccls. S W. GRAVES offer great inducements style em NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY, everyotscray, kt 3 P.M. Uetsyjar n, wiii leave
t' DsJ, 4th 4. 'doMy. 14. c.ti'v.i4r4t, any articles bought at our PALATKA Every Jtf Mfay.7 A M.
,- ? S Rooms, on Foravth-Strxrt. on Forsytli Street, second dr west of Dr. Ito!- 1'iCt.t
St.Jv do iaJun GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,FRUITS rented ia every repect. land's rideme, 10 A. II, and JACKSOVULLE.3 A! M.

PILL Tsaa. Bay-Street DB. FRAME, & Ilanic&s Wtere'ho la prepared to take putnren in m man THE FLOUI DA will leave CHARLF TOX. .*
Orange aad St Lucia, 3d Tuesday before tie 1st.'Monday Rooms orcr Bislx-e A Canova's Store, Gariage nor not surpassed by any. lie has spared no expcnwj VT Ttseaviay, at 3 P.M lieturejn will leave
la November. .flsy.Str'1.JEE1AtV.. ATTIIE WRITE in filling his Kocin., having a splendid ueLck. %.M. CREEX
Putnam, Last Tuesday before the" 1st Moadsy in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS &c. up 3 P. M, ansi J.ICKSONVILLE fivifoy
South-Wcst of reception room for Indie*, fitted up ra a neat and Thwe 3 .'t.M
S icov.mbef. -. NcwnanStreet.J. MEETING and WESTWORTH tasteful style, besides his Urge Lure Skylight, cnblinjt > Sleattew cennett wilh all the interi
tageu at East }lorids
la November.Morion
FamVer, 4tV8Jon4ay let do ia December.Alacbna SANTO, C. I). OAK, Charletton, SC. him to take pictures in grouja| or singly, in with tbe New York sat connects both wev
FRUITS GROCERIES Clock Watches Fancy Goods CARRIAGES of 4eseriptian J clear or eo A-PROVISIONS Jewelry au-I
24 do la December every { Wilmington float,. ;. S
: Columbia, 3d do' la December JkyStrr.J. Cntlory, Ac., Bay..Strtvt.IItOTIIE prices always on hand, and no giving saifcfaetum to nil who may favor him with Passage from Charleston to Jark. ,vin* $81 fata
a call. -Ho 5 is thankful for past favors, and hopes ,
suth a* can be warranted in the
1M do la November I'icolaU and Palatkn
E fit.Johns WM. ( Mr 1L to rorclre a continuance of the same. Tlxwo who $10.
-3d de ia November. U. U. IIANIL kit, July 8-tf For further particular!
GROCER & PROVISIONS SASH. Watcli-inakcr nnd Jeweler.C. 41.) not want picture, are rtu9ps4ffslly Invited to apply to
STATE CotRT-Middle Circuit. BLINDS & POURS Pcui.c9icelhUdiw, Vsoj.Sf red. Joseph WliilJcn cull and etaming his rooms ami *specimen i-Jvr BELLKC11A5SE;CALPWELL, Cbeises,
July S-tf M W. GRAVE 1 FIX KUAN,
r rftrea rcav. Bdy ..ct.I1LRCli.tNli1.. OAK & SON, iloalers in Jacksonville
M1em, 3d Monday la ApriL 4-_. Dealers in and Manufacturer* of Guns, PictW Pai t, Oils, Glass, rd Ship ; i Jacksonville Foundry ILR.REIDpalath5.S..
Jeffsma, 24 do ia ApriL ..
I .Yu. 01) 1-2 East-Iky, | j
*. A-c BayStreet.LIVERY STEA3I
1ft do ia
WakuU*, ApriL opposite P. and M. Bunk, (' I *, ,
''Le-c. 31 do ia April Jll4llII do! CANOV,4, M'.VRLK narsEanSavannah f
a&a.i, 1st do in March.4th DEALERS IN DRY GOODS) GROCER1ES HE keeps o'nstantlyfor sale, a I[ and Florida'
( ,
at .
By a. Buftiiiipton u e.NOTAKICS went of Paints and OH of all .
3In11to de in4pU.PLLL : AND. PRO VESIOFS !
; Glugg anl rivh Ac. j I Subscribers, hming made s\tcn.i\e and .r tltiniAt Steam-
rnur.Mlisooo Comzn'don anl Wharf of I THE
Fonvnrding- Spirit Qua., Tallow, Grimlhtonds impmeinent in their establishment packet ST. touRs,'CADt, J5j5
: 3J Slonday ia November. savannah ficame'ni.J'ayStrrtt. F. C. BARRETT{ I'uuijtf, Cotton Foot Win Future., ( are-row prepared to furnish }MaEsstuc, will leave Sav mml every Thcivday
Jefferson, 2d do m November. Public al h6o for Yard and Brushes of v.irioin kind ( front iiiorninjj at 10 oVImk for Palulka
? 1 Tf aknUa, 1ft do In November. Notary Steam l-linlnex, of any required paws, the intermediate tvinhinr at aU

S Leon, 11 do in Ot'tose5r, iiuitroxSa GRATi't, several State lEO. A UlOTT & 1 tolUOhoMe-; This lost has l'h.ts.
fladsden let do ia October. .reHMirs of ILTimsnsi', fiffire at BnJJin tan. Haw : Haw Mills: U-cn I uilt expre Iy far thIs trade;

Hamilton,,4th do ia November, DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS JOHN II. H. BOURS iTu.95 East-Bay, (nppo ileToys 4" ) | ; ; Sugar MIIIn; hni large ant and airy ffate-rn.m atxvBimudatkins lit
Charleston, S. C, Hone Power; paftvnRcr" taking the inland route present*
; STATE Coa-&nzthern cru. Ac., Notary Public.OJRtt inSPIRIT GristMills, raperior accommod.itions tot invalids and others.
4 raixa raav. IfoZm.5 Rtnr, IJay-Ftrifi. at n<]fli ?k>n. Jfouff. GAS AND CAMt and all other machinery n.ed in this conn try. IbIs boat will leave Ja
.1'4 H. E. HOLML.z4, Iron and lira** Casting. to Savannah, ef ry Pon-Uy at 3 'rloak
4tndsy ThiNK AOEXCIRS. with Lamps of every dtMcriptkm Steamboat Saw Mill and other repairing, *or farther ].*rticalar,
Iv. feqaire1 Car4.TrHbor
ri IHerwodo 1st MoaJay ia ApriL DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVIaiom. -
A. M. REEl at short notice. an cr to
: HmsWoogt.1st 3d Monday in la AprO.Jiotroa Crockcrr; Ilarthvaro, Boots Agt.nt of the Bank of Charleston. Engtsh and American White _V All m.-u.hinejy purchased from us will be CLAllIIORN A fTNNINGflA3fg,, .
Monday May. .
anti SLoo .1 Clothing, 4c., AcJJiy OreaaSlrtfl.J. S of every kiml, I.Iziecl anti ; : put in operation in soy part of the Male, by BISIIKK .VCtFOV.I. .$ae-kiwanilje.

S FALL Tzmr.LT7 Ftrcrt. July 8 Oil, fibf*. Putty, I competent m.iehinL t', when desired, and upon julyS-tf WE.NET Jl TL'ALE, P.Urka!

t td Mondry in OctolierHmaando K. W. BRYANT rcaronaWe tnn t
S 3d Mondoy in fKtnbor. WM. M. LAWTON & Drawings and Estimate fnrnS-Uie'il, without 1tLc3:
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES PROVIpiuns. Agent of the Bank of Fairfield. S. C.
linisborough, Irt Moadsy in November. charge. S. MIlL.
Monroe, let do in Docem>>er. aii1nncral 3lerchaiztllse. Qffiff In ITotmfi Raw, Bry-Ftrerf. FACTOR* AND July P-tf Founders and Mai-Hni acTress

STATE COVRT-H'calern Circuit. Jlay-flrcct. COMBIISSION' Palatka, Fla., and Savannah Oea
rftI tEll!. K. H. AII.Miil.1IAX, Charle-iton SOWm. (In dA: w. lOCUS;< .t Co. ftiKEnowjrrjaY1 Kay
: 'Frs&Uin, 24 Monday in ApriL M. Lawton, I Wm. pJ T0ckj-jPF., FL,. Vla'lMtolala. Black Creek, and Jarkneisonvllle.
>Calhoaa, 4thdo ApriL Huts. ('as IJo t<, Shoes, Ac.llilirift IL Wiiinright listen, I Joccph toexovute promptlp orders IJn., anrtst. .Marju.IIrin.

'Jackson, let do in May. Raw, Kay-Street. hOUSE July 8 A for Stoam Engines, Saw Mills, ugar Stills ant Icl, anti Darlcn, CJeo.X .

Washington,3d do in May.Holm S. X. WILLLtM& PALATKA E. FLA. erti Pane,-trtrt'Milis, horse PO CH, Iron anti .icsrv TIlE Stear.qacktt WII.AKA
**, Tuesday after 3d Monday In Slay. N. A. Cohen & Cohen ,
>Walton 4th m DRY GOODS miOl'KUIES AND PRO BrnrJ Cai'tThgs, and every variety of M.ichinery 'i&i.t. Krtn, lca>es Palatk*
May. new and j.lcaMiit K'tahli'limenf, recently Importer and
and Hhx-kfuiitU Work Saw Mill
TUTS Costing, Forging casey M.I.y 8 u'clwk.l
. rfttata Hnsa let Mon in June.Escambia VISION.0.-Bay-Strfft.
Uy ut for tim aecoramod.ition of the Traveling -
I up FOREIGN AND rteimhwtt> nnd other repairing. Afme ar J.-u-k-miilfe same .
24 do In June evening, and
,z ( 115 z4MITII, Public, and nn urpasse 11'T' any ono hither : Thoy will continue the maiiufoj-tnre ni.l keep l ln -e* IntnLiy morning at :3 '(.!<**, t..ucbirr it
S,: tilt. TOO*. COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUC 11 etal>libhed, i is now open for the reception of ry" constantly on hand, jbcir variety of Plow, Titnl-er the intmiailute j.Lur-t aU>\eTJirrmgh .

'Franklin, Monday in Eocomber. TIONEER.JLJr.ict liaardani, ruperintooJcd l>y Sirs. 3!. ZawadzVi, Ab. 175 Kail-Bay, Cart, Chain, Ac., t-> which they n fpcctfully in- fare fioni Palutka, Picolata and Bbvk
. Calhoun, Thursday after 4tbMflndar m November.Jacktnn whoso earnest care nill be to please all and every vito patrenaice. July Sly Creek, -- -- -. .
Kate Nathan A. Cohen. I ssec
24 Monday in r.iTVashington Jliy-Ftrrrt. one who will rail in. Tho public rutronege in respectfully Thr rtph fare nr.Takinil\ilIe. Ob
July 8 6
Tuesday after 1st Monday ia $or.ilutaes .kMUl1Itt io IItEG, solicited. S. ilLIKT, Tin Through Ihkcf' are furnirhed Iron,ihe kpojlle

.. 1st Monday in November. DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, ..PROVISIONS. Fraser & SPffiffEf IEIK MlltS to I barle ti n f-r -- -. 8 (fc
Walton 4th do in October ,
Ac., ic.IMUKIIUKHT : refuels with one of the
.fanta Rosa 34 in Octohrr.lEcambla,24 FACTORS AXD
- do October. It:g..SP. cozriuszno Philadclf'im jtprmJbir* from Sa

UNITED STATES DISTRICT CecXT.Ntrthfrn & ADAMS, riURLEITOX, f. C.MTIIE Adgrr'n X rti / / Steam Lath Saw and Mill Plaining, Corn Mill.Machines! Shin,?:*, ctrv I';"R.Wednesday.K M-KK.! Palntka..aor.nrs. .

r'. i GROCERIES.: PROVISIONS ,tc., Ac. I'uder-igncd would resTtfu'Iy hiS. Charleston, S. C. V BI>HKK A 'AM'VA, JekMnvilie.
t 1 District. Near R. '1%'. Ili S* CoV Foumlry, friend and the Public generally,that tlEn'z a. rnAsru I rArt located at East end of the city, are prepared to julyS-tf ( S. M J..UF1TEA1favmmah..
.' t '..TsUrthawco Irt Monday in January.Apolaohioola Jiay-Slrtet. he has lcMd that extensive and well known cs- execute orders for
. M do in February. tiblL-hmcnt, the PLANTERS HOTEL, ant i< II. W. KINSMAN, LVMBEH SflftfiLES. AND LATHS IOU iNTininisi:
iponmoola, lot do in March. c:. c. ACO-STA, now roi iy fur the reception of vl"itor. Its eligiMe 117 Kiny Strett, .1n'l oil?fits ntPrsnet1jafr
." FRUITS. CONFECTIONARY AND baa In store an Immense at moderate prv-c*, deliverable on their wharf fur Ln'ling f an the
=St Augutine, 14 do in ApriL location, being convenient to all the liU'inc'*
. Southern DiRirict.s3 SODA FOUNT. localities, ,iIl commend it to thor also \ the WINDOW* & ) [ | shipment lirTerms or mi the slreet for h city use. HT.JOIIXS RIVER? .

1i Cornrr liny OrajzSrrefs. tity on bu-iiue", and no exertion or expcn will wLkh he w now offering at price CASH 3 T II E Stcaintr. Darling-gus,
Admiralty Court sits at E<* West ; always ia ses ront great indacnmrntc to Apply to, K. A. Drl'OTTE*, ,
y be fpared l>y the Proprietor to promote the com +J .if>t ;J Rrosk, will leave Jarkmilie *-
;i 4: sion.UMT IM ai. EIJLOM.FLRNItU1tE. fort nad convenience of hi* guc'-tj, and render his Af. ) On the preichfes.N. < eriry Saturday i.-M ruing, at 8 o'llotk, arrt-
SASH BLINDS& DOORS. house fa worthy of the Lace and Mu linCurtain., Pitin B. Cora ground on toll, at any hour of the wing at Palatka ,
OF OPl'ICEKS Ol' FLORIDA.flovcrnor every, patronage wn.e lav.-Icaving Palalka atCi.Ylmk
;4 ;t'; JAMES E. BROOMRSocrcUry Orcr U. t:. Ihlairir Store, llayft.HluSTAUKAXT.S. and fui] nt. lie U plcarcd to add that be isis asks, *c., all at a great birg tin. j Jay. July 15-firn M'>n-l.iy M rnni,> H r nettion with tik

secured the fcniccc a* Book keeper of Mr. J. W. steencr. Carolina ant \\ tlaLn, '
) ltetwrniagpRT
/State F. L. VILLIPIGUE.'Comptroller --- -- ---- S. (}. COURTEXAY.B00K4 1JV ROYAL LETTERS IMTIiXT.
Lnmkrc, po tong ant favorably known to the trn- lease Eittr1.ri. at 5 VI"'t Ta-daj morning
veiling community of this and the adj:iccnt State. THE HYDBOMAGEH, ana i ula'sa at o u'duek Wediesfayiuoring, and
reaurtr. C. IL AUSTIN. PIICENIX llESTURiVNT AND BILLIARD July 8-3m O.V.. BOMAR. rCRLICATIOXS.julr on arrive at 'Jsckiilvsitme'Lav.! r
: ttxey General, M. D. PAPY. SALOON *? Xn 3 L'ro141 Street, ( .- WATERPOOF, AMI-COXSUMTISK, ".1.'M. REED,

S Baltzell Supreme, Cucf Court Justice fudges.THiomas TaUhaaceeC. By-Paul B. Caaova, Nevman-St., MAGNOLIA HOTEL AONEW. FISIIFUl & acz:: 1. EJoloear Agent IC.R.RKIH at Jark ooviR*.

1L Dnpont, Aoointo Justice, Quiney.Tfaoaiaa I'ACTOIW AXD (. : waier.tcVRAD July T-ff ,
On the St. Johns Hirer, Agent at lalalka.
. -Douglas, Associate Justice, Jaduuo\ille BLACKWOOD A; Cn. RESTAURANT'E. CHANTS.Accnmmniltilim IIARCOURTBRADLEY A CO.,
: Circuit Jude UNDER CH\nr.E OF CAPT. O. J. MI-RUT. Wharf : 41Market-St., Manchester. STEAM ER
S i is.a new louse, recently oponc'l for the ac Principal Varihouse, 102 Wood-Mrtcl, Cheap- :
Western J J Finlcy Marrlanns. THIS ItrcttLtlt
Middle VT. W. Baker Tallabw Hoarders and visitors from the tide, London, England American. JJtLMiJi' .
0. Thomas E. West. It Is rtuited imnieili.itcly on tha St.John's River, Xus. 233 &, 255 King York, U. 8. been put in con.litinn f*r rtfetth
Boatherc EJR& Key
TAHAC'COXIMT about 25 mica froiu Jack. mvillc au4 1 fVort distance Cluirlet.ton, S.C. llydromfl h a vainabbo discovery far serb u-f, L- n..w prc|>arcd ti> rexume her r-rfWrfr ty'-
Solicitors of the Circuit from tfesmeuth of 13hck"rrek, ae4 b most TUB the feet from dump or cold, and sinesi on the .t. Johns, in the towteg-of VeweU,
Weftem, James M Landrnm, Milton, V. S. IIKRXAXDEZ, favorably located and eoivrt-icntly fftted up for the CI1AFKE. ST. AMAM) & therefore a preventative of many Lung JUwacKM rafts, Ae, end i pcrfonuin such 'lhrr service sis

Middle, tsitn'l B Stcpbonc, Quincy, TOBACCO. SNUFF AND SECUARS.Nwnan.SL purpose mentioned. ArranftsmenJs are trade for WINES, L.KIUOUSJ, .M S without any dxtitringirhatcttr. The Hydrum.tgrnu may be ap|..titH l/yipteial tontractj

i Eartcrn James M Baker, Alligator. abort JJiiffin lon JIuiue.r.AU the accommodation of i-isty lumpier, and already 1JACCO, Ac. in the form of a ale, sail worn inside tb Iwut or j Eryiucnii irurj bv at any lime entered Lath

Southern, Henry D.KenJrick, Tampa, numerous \nitors have mailed theni-elvesofa locution July? X 3. 179 Eat Day, q> fhoc. ltd medicated character U a powerful anti with the Capt:tin in chur. e of her, at asy joint it
I County Officers. at the"..Ma-rnolia. The 1lsue ic im enicnt dote to dLca.e. j which >h- may U upon the niif. or with her prpriet. #-

.(Flnt name, Judge of c; second name, Clork It. M. ri-unsox, to a fine Mineral Spring, and boat and Kineys are 1L JKSSKN For Oentlcinrn it will Iw foo-iil agretsablowairnand .,r. >Qu\yS-tf\ CHARLES WILLEY.J .
S_ *f Circuit Court;third! name,Sheriff; fourth name AND COUNSELLOR. kept fr the purpose of going thither. The pi..pric- DE.tLERS IN <; : healthy wear in the coldest or rninioit weather _
I whenever It ooonrs-Tax Assessor onl Collector) ATTORNEY tar re.|>ei.tfully incites ttrinjrcrs arwl citizcus to QUORS, SEUAKS, & | : M the foot cnnnot become wet if the IlydnmiageoLi J GREAT MAIL ROUTE
Counties. Officers. Port Offic Ollk-c
' aaaibu, Charles M Jordao, Peou< >la.F. MVIXCJSTOX, >rsummer, audthu afford him CQ opportnnitjof M. CO 11 EX A Co. boots or ahoes in the meet inclement weatbor with
EDo LaRau, ATT'l AT LAW. JUDGE OF PROBATE that attention to their comfort nhkh i it DEALERS IN DKUGS, impunity; while Consumption, m prevalent tunraig I .
F.II. Maun I' will give himself and the nib fUj iintcuJciit go 52am2m'j the young of our country miy b tlrworUvJ by
Oifi in the Court Houe.McIXTOSII. &r., Ac.july3 Thsn'sgh Fare fn>m Ch.irlc.ton to 01'Wiliuing.u
1 iI aataRosa, John Chain, Milton. Xo. 29 Ilayno Street, to Baltiuiorv
W.J.Stokee, ..4S July J. A. FUMMEULIX. *, as the latter cause the feat to perspire - 12 06
31 Isaiah Cobb,jr. 'I McQUEIN S. S. FAl'.ltAK & in a very unhealthy manner; and*beside*, are not I Wilmington to Ph-tidelt.his, - 14 (4
te Xtw York .
,Y. Walton, Daniel McLeod, flucbecaan.V DEAI EKS IN COFFEE, djngcrou. wear to ptHlctrian8 in icy weather, like! 5 tcfith
Ofliccon Bar-StMin Mr. Oclms IIongo. r14i 91bl1a1 \ a choice of route between Wcldoa and BaT-
; Giles Bowers, RIBS, ic. India rubber. While the latter cause the feet to tiUM.rc.'HMO.
Kiel! Munroe Corner East and appear extremely Urge, the JIydrom gpn, being |
1$ C. BROW Ull), that above Bay TR.\I.\S will
public are informed the Hotel leave the! ?Oflth Carolina
4, JJolmes, A. U. Brownell, Cern Gor4o. ATTORNEY AT LAW THE jnlyQ Charlts-ton, S.C a mere thin slice of cork prepared, peculiarly plaeed i J-
been leased from Dr. InncA.v Railroad
Al. U. Stanley and no inside, docs not incwea-e the size of the Unitor i ucla'f, I-nc street, C'h.rrletoa daily,
,, : 1C R. GodJon, U Oificc on Ocenn-St. jxiintt trill lie spared to render the timo agreeable NEUFFER, HEXDRIX cause the foot to appear untidy. To Children they at? A M. and 4 3-4 !' M, arrhirg iuHx'ilrafagtoo,
and to give eatix/action to all who may favor me COMMISSION \aluabr-1 North Carolina at 3 A M and 2PM. Pa eogetk
Waeh-ngton.'Waj'hiBgton Tabor are extremely as tbry > in
y engage
O. Worthuwtois, P. PHASER with a otll. A new Bathing House has been erected for the sale of r exercfco with comfort and healthy effi.tts. Their i hy the icconi train will travel overtl %ilmuif-|
at the Spring for tho accommodation of those Flour Grain and Produce ton an.i SIao.bc'ter Railroad Wilmington
JohsjX Tabor, ATTORNEY AT LAW. expense ia EO flight as to noare* need mention; beside l.y daylight at
S who may desire to bath in one tbfntt\ulphur\ jnly3 Charlext, S.C. fro train*arc despatched at 5 A M and 3
4 It Jackson, J. B. Roullac, Office on Fon vth-St. ?, those who patronize them will find their yearly -
in the Counir The locution PM the first ham
is remarkMo ,
John W. Pooser, !, COXDIOT JENNINGS doetur1 bill much diminished fiertly.At only connrtHitt} .Weldon,
J. P. SANiEitNTTORNEY tur health, not turpunted lutho. utc. B James OTil, SADLiERV, COACH, )\ the llydrouitgcn is becoming more known,JU ,
'Si AT LAW high ibm land*, free from tho anoyancc of inpecti Railroad to Norfolk, thtn>:e l>y steamers to Baltf-
r Jo oe M. Clark, Xo. 165 Meeting Street sale u increasing to an almost imn-ltlrlo extent.
I i Calbona, Ellas Branah. Aspen Grov Forsyth Strcet.ii. one hundred especially JUany'titoc 25 mile Can from aoeommodato Pilatka. julyS Charleston,*?.C.MATTIIIEF5EX ; Loft year in London, Manchester, Birmingham, | snore the ;an 1 route La.tb raio- tonne-ting at WrItten with
person, only j upper through l'itc'rsbnrgRcImond and
James U Parker, l Ijcrpool,Glasgow, Leeds,Dublin,Paris,Antwerp,
t: S Thomas J. Land, .I. W1IEATOX. J J. DICKISON, Proprietor & Hamburgh, and Bnrliu, oar sales Toac-hol 1,732- Washington. At BaltinH>relK>th lines Connect with

Fimklln, Thomas J. Bppea, Apabvchicola ATTORNEY AT LAW. sept. 21, 1854-6t WHOLESALE CLOTHING 430 pairs of ccrks 'Soleit, This year the number the Public limS to ll-ilal-Fla! and New York.

Samuel W.Pj>encer, aC.Thtgpen Jacksonville. MAGNOLIA HOUSE.JarktonrUle No. 113 East Bay, comer will far surpass that. are in fir-1 are reflx -rfuHy ipCrui fiat these lines
. .4. 1'lorida.fp July 8 Charleiton, SC. Ask the Faculty their cpiafon of ther value asa of rendition, he Car are under the

Gsbde; E. C. Love Quinry. C. >V. CALL, THE SUBSCRIBER has just completed the prc\cntatiro for Cot'cu., COLD, BKOICUITU, and management the cteani trnofyaixl,. from experienced Conductors
ILC.Leetor, 'S 1TTONEY AND COUNCELLOR. Jfji.above House, fitting it up in the motst corn- WARDLAW, WALKER & ABTUMI, and CoxsrjrPTio.v. navigated able Norfolk tf Baltimore arc
8. B Love Cotton Factors and WEI' Size 35 CEX-M. by mod experienced cvnnaaaders, '
R Office nn Bay-St. tort able style, and will use every exertion toj lease pr. pair,
Jazne M.Smith, U ..-.- all that may favor him with their patronage. COMMISSION LAMES do. da 30 doBors thereby,securing both safely and despatch -
Lice, D. V. Uwyim, Particular attention paid to Invalid. Korth AU-mtur Wharf, & Jfissxs' fo 25 dot ,. Thnwgh Pa vtngcrs ansi their baggage win U
A.ATT01WJEY. DclIt3IAN rent from
3.1.Archer,Jr.'S A. COY, julyS dtarltalan, S.C. KoTirc.-Fn>m the Retail Prices wo make a the one Depot to the other, free of charri
J1.T.Elo.ker, 'SL.C.Deaniily AT LAW. Corner Ocean and Muiiroe-ftrceU. very liberal allowance to Jobber and Wholesale, along route.

54 Office on BaySt.iitYsici.iN. Jacksonville, July a 1854. ) u. so that any storekeeper may make a.'fee profit on canba Through had Ticket to Wilmington, North Caroline,
Tekins, George Miflcr, )Tew Pozi.T. Good Stabling for Horse. J their sale, while they are an article thay may be Caroline nb. F. FOLKEtt Agent rf the South
J.Id.Iliebar&so; 5'lq. kept in any store among any clan of gouda Railroad Conn>anT.tim>,trM* rh.rU.tniK

a.w. Wnike; 5' oiio.; Merchant's Hotel, $ iO. TorpIJE tho For terms,, apply toHAUCOURT South Carolina, and to Baltimore,Philadelphia, *r
H. I). HOLLAND, New York, at the Office of the
Noah Pwey, '5Jefermon Cltarleston, S. C. BRADLEY& CO,, Wilmington and Ka-
T. .1. Cbae5 Montinollo.JemeeRTucker Office on Nctrnan Street.A. nrnrcTios ix PRICZS.f UITDERSIGXED. rocce->? 33 Ann Street, New-leek. leigh Railroad Company, Wihniiieton,X. C.
.5 THE undersigned having loosed this Hotel JL Tl A5rs, No. 3, Holnjes* Forfurthor information apply tw E.1J.STEYEXS
.oetWaIker, .5, 1JALDUIX, I' situated in King Street,solicit from the travel store and for sitlo, TIlE CHEST. Agent,Charleston,S.C. jaly-14

Zamcg I).MorrLi, Office on Bay-Street. ling public share of patronage. Board 1,50 A GENERAL S A Warning.y .
Xndloi, A MDoaatJ, JtadtooizC.II; ,per day 4 single dinner 50 cU.only, DAKT, ,
0. U. ezz1ono, 5'T. DRUGS tNt) MEDICINES. jnly -Cm JAMES 3L IIERST. the eminent Medical Practitioner, has loft a ? lelay not ; harbor not in yor mind tia

M. Afld3rIOO, 5'B. APOTHECARY HALL. Consisting of Dry Goals, Groceries, valuable legacy to the world in his sentence of' philosophy, that a disease wW

.McXlnnoy, 04lIimflki DRUGS MEDICINES PERFUMERY&c CIIARI.EWTOX HOTEL, Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery Great I'rereutatlve of Consumption, get eurod of itself, or that yon can cure it with ear

,, IL .7. Stewert, D. MIXER, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Ann tain mwiioiaee for a few dollar,. Beware how ;
John Priak, McMiHen, Bay-Street. Corner of Meeting and Hayne Streets, large assortment of Books and UNF&ILlKO CURE FOR l>tlLJf OXART -yea
Jam.. 11. ilendry1 4'I. tamper with year general welfare.Ye .
lalyg CharUtonS.C. it other articles suited to the trade; to DISEASES
JB.Smtth, 44Cdu&Aii SAW MILLS.MPIRK invite the attention of the public, and vithout 'the use ofMtdirinc. wid and vicious youth, wy wiS jon pe'raA

.oerg.& &lierbert, AUgter.. 54 M1LLLS.Perkly II. PAVILION L. BUTTEKFIELD HOTEL, call and examine their stock before Sir A. C, Bart, invented and advised the use in dosing with the filthy nausrntix.gconipoenda daily
Parkhuret & Co. JackonvilIe.MECKLENBERGIL elsewhere, as they flayer oftheMEDICATE.DFUR
proffered, tbcrtby impairing asxl
_ Beebe. opn., Corner of Meet isg and Hosel-sti, can soil as low as any ono else, for CHESTPROTECTORTO year appeti
v. A. Sbeileld, 4' MILLS JalyS CharlttonS. tf produce.T. i digestion, and destroying you mentally as well as

I. A1cba, A.31.CaMeo, 2.wnaagvilie4 'Blackwood & Taylor, Jacksonville MILLS hOUSE II. BURTON. | JL all persons of all ages and eonditons, as a physically, when you can be cured with a few d.
?4 it YOCDb1O4 aC.L.WL1Ion certain and a safe shield against consumption
aDnis TIIOSAS S. NICKERSON KiT N. n.-M. W.GRATES Bronchitis and ses of ploasart roedVines t
CAROLINA MILLS. Aathma.CoughCold other afflictions -
; Polk Uvingzton, JscboniUe. Jacksonville. Corner 09 Meeting and Queen Streets, inform the public that ho still of the Lungs, which arise from the exposed You who arc thws annoyed am I wish to le ri 7

George Stone, Kelly & Oo., JolyS Cliarleslon, S.C. tf DAGUERREAJf state of the chest, acctrrding fashion, and the bred to heath ant vigor by a treatment at one*

UrIb howe,, 4'Jolsn FLORIDA MILLS. one door west of Dr. II. D Holland's continual changes of our climate. pleasant and effectna!, sbovM e <*ntl tr. MokRIS. -
D.Melclnay! Valuable Sea Island Cotton and ga Jacksonville, July 8, 1854. "The Protector"is simply a chemically prepared
Fairbanks & Co. Jackgouvillc. His ,
XM.l; Jainci T.O'ieU, WOO.IPtOCk31il1j. 2 Corn Laud lor Sale. H. fur, lined with silk and padded, which, suspended Ttec9 in chronic diseases Ittas bti

PALMETTO MILIJSLII. THOS. I.IHTOKICKfl. from the neck, covers the chest, in ro agioeablo a greater than that of any other physician ethIc day
TOUR mile above the Bar of St. John's river
: iee*; L.C.Be.eentA. JL. To Planters and manner thatono&worn, it becomes a ntceetit'j anda Many who hare been for years afflicted with slif-
Sollee Jackfouvillc.PHOJNIX Immediately located on the river The tract
I. liradduck, 'IS mtoaces hundred and milE undersigned having formed comfort ease or consequences resulting from excess t be.
seven fire hundred
1?. IDggialiothazn. a MILLS. ef it first fifty acres, JL for the purpose of transacting a "Tho Protector," althonghbut recently introda been metered to health and rigor under his really
er nearly so, rate hammock land
$1.ItM'i Gad General cod into America is scientific treatment.
1hwpbrey SI.Auutlu. Merchant rapid progress through
& Foster Jacksonville. and in iU original state with the of
F. C. Uumpbzeye about eighty acres cleared, and well adopted for a MAGNOLIA, E. F., i the United States, the Canada, South America, Should a personal Interview U otyectionaMf,
Jnoob Mickler '5J'ltaia ; and the West Indies. It has for a time state dwcasc ia
S CLIFTON MILLS. crop the ensuing season. Steamers necessarily would rcppectf call tho attention of long your 'r-ithzg..encbee five b2Urs
W. U. Tumbilo, Taylor Richardson & Co. Jacksonville. pass within fifty yarJa of the place, ia ascending desirous of purchasing cheaply, to been a staple article to F"and! and on the continent address Dr. W. II. MOR1U:?, through the Post-

Standsu Gliazkl, 'I the river. On tie premises there it n very superior well selected Stock, consisting in part ; of EuropOj while it has grown in many countries office, Savannah, Ox, and a package of medi Nathan N.rton, SPRINGFIELD JIILLS. thred-itory mansion house,with a basement of Dry.Ooodp,Groceries to the position of an article of dress. securely put up, will be sent privately aad will

21.rIs., John Melniosh, Onsla.4' E. A. DECOTTES Jackonville. nine feet. Location Health, Water, and all other Hat", Caps, To demonstrate these facia enquire of any English despatch, full of directions therewith, and no ones,
Robed Bullock, natural advantages net to be urpac.ed. Title Boots and Shoe*, Drug, resident ia your vicinity of his knowledge of tions aaedPersoiss .

JjdWilhia.Uelvestoui, 44S Up. MOODY'S MILIS. jfoo.1, and terms accommodating. Apply to Tns- Iron, Nails, Paint, OiLs, the beneficial effects of wearing the Protector, living at a distasce, akted with Brie.fal .

P. Jaek-wnrilU' no, Pinckney, &Co, (;rleston, S. C, A. T. Bra- Hardware and Cutlery, Window WITHOUT WCCOUJUE TO fiucTOBixa of any kind. The *,Old Ulcers,Tether, Cancers, Piles, Ftrtnla *
J.y. John B.Morga hatcher.; scssazi.4'obeziWsuont Moody, ham, Paint kaj Capt Coxetier, steamer Carolina j Particular attention paid to the cost of wearing these articles is a more trifla, and Ano Gravel Stricter Gleets, or any disease what

'4 BEU.ECII.VSSE & FINEGAN'S MILLS or to the owner, on the pUce. ncss. Day, linen, MOPS Pork, Flour, ono will List sumo yours. Xo one who values the ever of an aggravates1 or malignsBt character,eta
, Bolk-chassc & Finegan Jacksonville.REED JJ. HOPKINS.St Molasses, sugar, constantly on hand health of himself or his family will U withoat be cared at home by consulting Dr. MORRIS, by
= am.Fa. Jsfaypnrt 31111 P. 0., tities. them. The Hospitals in this country an not alone letter pout paid, enclosing a fpo.

.T.edz4ck: 4'Ulsa5k & IIOLMES'S MILLS. Join's Blnff, E. F, September 23, ie54-tf. Produce of all kind purchased. recommending them, bat rapidly introducing them. Medicines pleasant and sa/e, can be sent per mail
I All are invited to call before Ilarcoort, Deadly & Co,of London, and Manchester to any part of tho United States.
Iosuepb M. !aylo Dc &io.W.LOazrin Rue & Holmes, Jacksonville. CUARLES DEWALL.Jacktonnlle. cliiewher England, were originally entrusted with the Particular attention given to UM treatment of fe.

5' N. B.-A large assortment of Negro manufacture of the Protectors, by the lamented male eompUinti Ladies who may be afflirted

Cksrle. Mo3Iin*, 4'JZomro. 4' MAYPORT MILLS. Flu. at Kerscyf, Blankets, ic. Dr. Cooper and continue to mannfdctnro according with IrregnlaritieK, }'b..urAlbu. or Whites FrO
& Parsons 8-tf to hit original instructions, and therefore recommend Uteri or the Womb would 44
Hoop july I1KXDRICKS apsus Falling ,
B.i3imIn SsWyer any part the County "
Weet.. alluded toe those who would
y SALES wear "The Protectors, to Well to asid
Mayjwrt Duval County Fla. lay all fIe deleeaey, and promptly
S Pctet Cruo 0 respectfully soieie4.! Notice to Mariners. see to their being genuine. consult the Doctor

Robert Clakmnol PANAMA MILLS.E. Goods pent to the subscriber on oommlwion,#Uher Beaten Ltjkt on Fort C< ,( ) ReVCXBER ruin IS A StAlLS. ABTICLB, ASD JtO tAll letters to Cures receive warranted sKeotloa apnUba
$ loeng, 44I for private or mutton Ui pocnl, will be qalckly A Beacon Light has been PAIEST MEDICINE.
Oeg., Alyorntm 8.peer, Y.ete R. (Gilchrif, Panama, Davtl County. attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The Ispjco River at the site of Fort RETAIL PniCES.Getr postpaid MOTElS, enclosing Savannah a Ge fee. Address Dr. W.* II,

I S Arthizrillnu, '4S Post office at Jacksonville.ST. Subscriber ins been known in this community Point Flats, situated nearly midmay SIM, 31,50 eachL.tpizs' rr Consulting, Rooms, *, Xo.S3 Bryan street

abWatou; '5 a number of years as Auctioneer and otberwbe.He .-- between IIawkia'4 and Jailer's Point do.- . 1,00 do. Monument op.
Ett.r, W.C. Winu Adsmnjn.. JOHNS MILLS. offen ae reDmmendution., but desires that inquiries Tt Beacon I is to the Eastward and BoVs' It Jliswits do. .a. 75 do.IIARCOURT posite Square._July 29-2y

D.O.Lee, 44t JrP. Sanderson t Co., fbo Id be made concerning himself of any of the Main Channel,from which it is ,BRADLEY & CO, DIieLhl, tcatx .

t E.ILCrone, .4' Post officeat Jacluoavilfe. oomBttcial house at the place of his reddanAo. ont-foorth of a nib. 33 An Street 4 102 Kama Street, IIIiXRY li. W. CLARK
V SoZusnostIIcIl, 15 Since the fire he DM located hio store FowvUi The HI miBatinx Apparatus is of New.York, c.s.Pr ,

. NASSAU MILLS.' street, on the burnt district, where to Auction bn Catadioptricj Li elevated ) S i4pl Wareiowe, 102 Wood Street Cheapiid, Bay Street.
amass Is T lso at present conducted, abort ordinary low water and rpIIB Subscriber has received*targa aa4 *s aai
A CARD.I Bctlceharee Finegan Nawau River.. where he ; may London, Mantfactory.44 Market Strut. Jfanthuttr JL
hood the dee ordinary states of the assortment of GOODS,rfdjfiwnt kiwis .e.
WOULD take this method of Informtar keeps on on most reawnable term,. atmocphere. England.II. .
S finds and ewteners and public MneraQy.that say Post. affico JacIcsonvilVr FAMILY GROCERIES AND I'fiOVISIOKS, vation of 10 feet above the water, 10 B. A Co, are establishing Depots tot the sal tteeed br himself and partiealarly a4ants4 to tb.
of this Jla tespsetfufly -
wants section of
S I5 st&er %* great fire ia Jacksonville, Iharera. etabUrb ORANGE MILLS For Cash and Country Frtducc. or 12 statute miles.BjrorJer'ofUi'. of *The Protector" in all parts of America. Physicians invites a call from tit his* country old eustoman, and the

.4 la the new building opjpdta the red.4eaee A. U. Vole & Co. July 8-tf CHARLES DzWALLS LtgoUHonse IL Surgeons Druggists, Clothiers,Dry Goods', publlo gcnorapy. liis stock consists, faj part,of
S of Baldwta, where I have opened the Merchants,Hatters andMUliners,also Gentleman,
Afatktetrf Hall with aa entire new stock of9t MAGNOLIA.JIILLS.T. Jt&tEl V'' > S Captain Corn* Famishing Store-Keepers an entrusted, with the STAPILtNn FANCY DRY GOODS.QBOCEKI -
f,ead Medicines Cbemlc. Perfumery, Pester G. Hcndnck fc nyE.ThBLPas' v*t5y* Baltanart; AW, JLuffvst 7,1854.Copartnership wholesale and retail distribution of than, and to ; UIARDWARE,CUTLERY,\yOflDAXD

Artidee, C tab., Bmshec, Candies, Oardea aad ,Magnolia,Fla. ryilE SoDscribw Is ew prepared to aecosnmedate Tf otlce.rpHE whom liberal terns era olTarod for their enterprise, CROCKERY WARE, .BOOTS AND

Flower s ds, Earning Fluid, Lanpweeks a d BURLINGTON J. Us customers Ia any way, shape or taaaaer, Undersigned hare tail day and a splendid opportunity,opons tq.(\ m(ujf tate I 8i1OESUATSANDCAPS,7ANCY -
; Lataps, Palais and Oils, Window Glass, Patty,Ae. S S MILLS. Ia first rate style, from splendid Jums Aad carriarc J., and prufltabisliuame.s.5j'ozternssspplyto ARTICtES MUSICAL ISSTCElTS, .1.
partnership tader the flrm r
Sadler A Co. Port office Mandarin Fh. down to C p3lt.FILERY,1ai IC., *51.. -
: ...&ala.1Tat end JtLoeral Water eco aad vparfc. *, horseback ridlae, OhIui andwiU .. S
I :,. Parties waited oa at.; any 'honroflho day or S Betill.eontinue the. l.L4.1tCOU&Z Ii&ADLEttCO,, AUcftka abort Goods will k..soU Q M geo4
IRLLS. alght C lb made to any part of the for per* 39 Anntreet.w.TorkUL terms as at any house in this eity.JalyK .-
Fk-yslalsae eaa Lave their prescription FW FaLOka Steam Saw Hill C
4 5 lthr,nl a4 day.. PNotteo. .- rti win be aiade to pl ae. at the_. coma of East Bay and Queen S 1 .Notice. .
Ny 3-41 TflO8. MC3LILL& POUKPRY AND MACHINE ITOHKsl. .5 : : j4&30jpg T .'. Ckarlttton,- 5. C.f : } ''HE undersigned "be absent at.the Korta J.A..BAHUEE,
.t 'S jtfyS-tt :* je Neat tha Buffinyton llonseiplIOICH / X from the present time until about the 1st of
EOS. ; p. fatofcnr.xt, whew they wUl repaa stock bfiMuiaesa (Slum
T mix UVXXGSTOV b yan.S MACHINE S HAMs-rReceived weekly gteaa .. .
ttwrls d. WORKS. vet Goods,fbe thia.maztettt; 11k.5 i5t1 thai: /U.Ii Jot*ia wortoa* iik BAIK
tint.. c nt duriae*air lJ. als.ene.flnm the Mooney k Gwkin. Jss7l2-tf erj and for sale cheap by trttt, Jfne York, under tht will be ia the aaada oWlodney DovmaB, 11W T. PbB win b famished
.utyntij] M.1XAflO? BVRTtJrjieilAVES. .T. )ILiTriUERf [ao; BLOODGOOD t B "