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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 28, 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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f I i BY -AUTHORITY. person within said Indian country, I'I deposited in any public or private bonded [Pcitrc XXnIl.] eluded in a land distridt to be called tn.J For general repairs and improvements of:I The Conditional Man.
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-. rifle. sword pistol, knife, or wa hos established or recognized by An Act for the Benefit of Citizens and Occupants Chebqrgan Land District; and for the sale academic buildings, barrack, mess-rooms, I There are some men who are never
: LAWS deadly weapon, with intent to kill this at of the Toien of Council Bluff of the lands in said district there shall be a officers' quarters, stables, roads, fences known to give an unconditional assent to>
the person so assaulted. shall be I And be itfurlher enacted. Tt in loir a. landoffice established .at such point therein parade and drill groandsmiscellaneoas aml any proposition, however self-evident.'

I OF THE UNITED STATES guilty of a felony and shall, on 1 any goods, wares, or merchandise, d Be it enacted by the Senate and House as the President shall 'elect.SEC. incidental expenses fuel, forage, and departments -i I We have in mind a fcraoo 0 thi*character -

be punished' with confinement and [ tered for warhousin may L withdrawn Repruentaiire of the United Slates 2. And be it farther enacted, That instruction,twenty-nine thou- to whom for the sake of convenwnwwe
:, PUBLIC ACTS OF 33d CONGRESSOF onmcnt. with hard labor, for not under bod. payment of the du America in Congress assembled That the of the President by and with the advice and sand seven hundred and twenty-five dollars shall give the name of "..bite."A .

t THE five years, nor less than one year. tiC(rm a bnded warehouse in any col judge of the county court, a* such, wr the consent of the Senate, shall appoint one ; beautiful morning, Mr. Whites'* Wt
UNITED STATES. SEC. G. And be further district of the United States, andtransported of Pottewattotaie in the State of register undone receiver for the land office For gradual increase and expense of lib- remarked on one occasion. ,*
I in all criminal cases, upon to a bonded wehou in any county Iowa be and he is authorized in said 'district, who shall reside at the ary, one thousand dollars; Yes," said he *. bt',.1 'bd Iehoul '
I Paned at thefirtt session. which tro be- ,, offences committed in said Indian other collection district within the same, enter,at ,the land hereby office, to place designated for the land"officc, receivesuch For expenses of the Board of Visitors, 'nt wonder iiit rained before RightItayOUt" '

gun and held al the CitJIfra.'f.1tington prior to the creation of said { and re-warehoa thereat ; and any such therefor at the proper ratcrcf one dollar, by and paying twen- compensation, give security and discharge -I three thousand dollars ; piazza is' a great impcoJ'emcJrt
in the District of Columbia (?fl Monday trict of Arkansas, now pending in ;i goods wares, or merhai may be soI all duties pertaining to such office, For forage for artillery and cavalry horses ycur house," we contmtt'd.4
It'tS.findend-I I ty-five cents the the half
I ; acre, west of the
the 5th day of ) r'mlJtr. ', cult Court of the United States j jFastern I transported to destination wholly by southwest of section as are prescribed by law eight thousand six hundred and forty "y e.. air, but its a little too narrow.' If
I eli on Monday the .th day 1854. |'', witness residing or to Lc found '1 I and partly by water. o>er such routes as quarter For replacing dead and worn out cavalry ethm'." .

FRANEIIN PIERCE. President. DAVID I I Western District may issue to the ,i I the Sctlr of the Treasury may pre- ty-fire thirty-one north ,of in township number seven [ XLrn.) and artillery horses, one thousand dollars ; "In that case yea mast Mr. Smith'

R. Tcmos. President of the Senate llout pro :lor s.iij Eastern. Di trict and be I,. scrb may likewise be conveyed over the southeast, quarter range and forty-three the east half west of; An Act to authorize the School Commit'sioners I For enlarging and improving hospital of J I! for, if Ism not mistaken, his is precisely
tempore. LINUOVD.. Sjcakerof j by him: in any part of said Western I any territory, the government of the southwest of section fractional Township NumberOne cadets, six thousand five hundred dollars ; that width."

of Ituiresntalive. and that the fees of all witnesses so I which may have, or shall by treaty stipulations and the northeast quarter quarter and the twentyfive east- of range dumber Ten East, inAlabama I!I For cavalry exercise ball, twenty tboaI -I I ',Very true bdt then it's too high. .
[PiiLicXXIV.] monet! shall lie paid by the United : grant, a free righ of way over suchterritory half of the northwest quarter of section to locate Ont half Section of' and dollars; bllow do yon like our new minister

An Act for the IWieftfti United Staes I Approved, March 27,1854.PrBLic I ; anti fur purpose of bttr'' thirty-six, in township seventy-fhe north Land for School Purposes. I SEC. 2. And be farther enacted That lie ia generally popular-a good preacher. ,
Troop vho vrrc S'tjfcrcrgby the rrnt I I. guarding against frauds upon the rf'enue I of range forty-four west in said State of Be it enacted by the &nate and House I,i the compensation of Master of the SW'onll I! a good pastor and good mam.
Ditastrr to the Stla"i.Jtlt1'StIll Francisco.Be [ XXX.] on foreign goods transported between the Iowa. in trust for the several and of Representatives of the United States be twelve hundred dollars per annum. Why, yes. I admit all that, but &fnt
use of
An Act to Ejrt-'nd the !< of the Atlantic and those of the Pacific 10 1851. I
Approved May notice how askew his
it'enactfd by the Smute and House ports efit of the occupants thereof, Len-I America in Congress assembled,That the you t1t waslastSundayl"
tern Prirale i
by e.1faUishing overland through foreign
Reprfscntatirrs if! the L'nitnl Slatf (f\\ any trtor their respective interests ; the execution of school commissioners fractional township
America in Co.'igrr* assembled, TLat j H'arehovitfs. andfor other the Secretary of the Treasury be, which trust, as to the disposal of said land .I number one, of range number ten east situated I I Xo, but admitting that to be the case,
there hall be j.aid. under the direction of} n. it enacted by Die Senate and : hereby authorized. to appoint special sworn and the proceeds of the sales thereof to be I in the district of land subject to sale i it was no objection "to him in his ocis1
of the United & of the to lt1iStcIIany.: "
Reprefcntatires of
the vi'lcnt.. to each of the oihccrs.! nun- j ants as inspectors customs r conducted under such rules and rezufationsas i at Lebanon Alabama, be, and is hereby character.
commii-Moned oflicer! ', inusk-ians. ainl, Iri-I j America in c"ngressassemblecl, j said foreign territory re such are prescribed by the legislative assembly -I authorized to enter, free of charge, in lieu kWhy, no, but then we expect a minister
and after the of this act be landed embarked with
>' te", v.lio. on the twcnty-Jiret day of Decemlwr. j passage J i goods may or of the State of Iowa in an Act entitled i of the lands to which they are entitled by to pay as much attention to dress a*
wares or subject to dut ; power to superintend the landing or shipping The Hoar When First We 31 et. other folks.. t
cig'uUvu hundrtd an-l tll'tj-throc. "An Act regulating the disposal cf lands any existing law, one half section of
embarked at New York un.ler orucrs fur the exception of perishable of all goods parsing coastwise between purchased in trust for town sites," approved in legal subdivision,any where in said township lll I love thee dear one with affection unchanged 'Youhavcafindfelti ofpotatoesyozm.. I punjtowder. fire-crackers, and other > the ports of the United States on the Pacific with I love thee-and this aCectiun caa ne'er be eatraagp1 der, Mr. White."
view the ultimate
the tenhip San January hundred to
California on I twenty-two eighteen a
five substances! which shall have and Atlantic, and \TI&os duty it shall ; "Yes look well above
,they enough
and who was on board that vcs-t 1 on the > and fifty-two, or as may hereafter be prescribed nience of the citizens of said Neither absence groundbut
entered and bonded for \\(- be under such regulations and instructions cun\"e-I tune nor fan ever control there's
occasion of her recent diaater at tea, all.I' by the legislative assembly of said j the quality oi soil for school pu This burning desire, this fern of no knowing but they may be
to Lieutenant Francis Key Murray, an-l.i. conformity with existing laws, may :! as the Secretary of the Treasury may pre I j State of Iowa: Prodded, That any act of J j said lands thus located shall be all rotten before they are gathered. I
j-osited at the option of the owner, to guaad against the perpetration of I I I love thee dear one, thou alone to me, The new railroad will be
of the 't'nitet.l' scrb said not in the rules by the same laws and a great thing:
other o'.Kcer or seaman judge, conformity to i rules regulations,as As the that the
; mariner
any star
Stated navy WhO wa- on board f-iid cani-1 I ter consignee, or agent at his any fraur: upon the revenue, Prorided, f and regulations herein alluded to, shall be i is the school sixteenth section in said Stateof Which keepe him guide from dangers and at points lea out the for the town and do very much to build i,
rirk in warehouse add
Rhip under order, a urn eqaI' in amount i any public I That the compensation {haul to inspectors void and of none effect! : And provided also Alabama. way, up, don't you think so 1"
leased by the United States, or in shall not in the aggregate exceed live I "Well I don't know but it
the mild centrol of its braateoos bat thenit
I to his pay anSI allowaut"fur t-ikht i tuunth That nothing herein contained shall affect SKC. 2, And be further Enacted That By ray. m7
vate warehouse of the the dollars
importer thousand annum. i will be
Sec. Awl be further en-ict'l, Ihatif per the pre-emption or other rights that | it shall be the duty of said school commissioners very noisy, so that a body can't.bue
: cod through I shall
Through sorrow
being ued for the jsy never
exclusively | And be enacted. That a quiet moment to bimseJt""We
SEC. further
nuxturnsion-d i olFicer. have accrusj under
I any such officx-r. G may allY other act of I to 10cl.te.and report, within two forget
musician or rritatv.. shall Lave died btfore warehoused goods of his own the $Secretary of the Treasury) shall prescribe Congress. Tears what lands they luc entered,to the i tat hoar of sweet rfcvare, dear oae. when we must be content to submit to a lit- *
or to Lid consignment i; or in a | the bond to he for tie inconvenience fur the sake of
the given
receiving such po> ntent, from any cau. j fun SEC. 2. Awl be itfurther enacted That Commissioner of the General Land'Office I V met; obtaining | (j
diatt his widow;: hue uil l-the ow'ner, occupant, I the transportation of goods, wares, ana I will therith in memory the smile on thy face, a great good. That. is the true philosophy
aaiJ r. the at and it shall. be hid !
consequent upon entry contemplated in this act shall! be Washington duty
warehouse for the
: see, as a general from in collection Decked in the garb of modesty sad grace. of life.
if one urtk e him, and if not, then his minor of warehoused such of merchandise, a port one mode within twelve months from the date upon the receipt of such report of location I
| pxxls. place in another collection district Perhaps it is. but then them railroads
children if any there! be )iall! be to be the warehouse I district to a port of the passage hereof, and a patent shall issue withdraw from sale the said lands, and I When first thy voice, like music sublime ,
sum equal in am-nat to MX tui/ntLs1 jay !j' the designated time on in the United States, as provided in for said land as in other cases. the title thereto shall be valid as in sixteenth I| Core away my thoughts from earth for a time, are confounded noi y.JImOt i*
the dccu.iM.l. Andtlut at of entering i i the section ; alto! the time for I had aliuoet exclaims how beauteous thou art, .\ despairing of obtaining a ItraightI I* I
and allowanceof prig C 1854.IPiBLtcXXXV.. section heretofore granted in the ,
Approved April
officers ,. at the l'u tum-lI.1use : Prodded. such ; and for failure to transport For then, from that hour thou hut itulen my forward, unconditional answes-to oar in- f
the widows an 1 minor dll !In.l of th>>:v I new States.Approued.
nun-i.'uinmiStOnC'I cSictrs. and privates such private warehouse shall be used i': and deliver, within the time limited., heart.I quince, we, as a last resort, pointed oat & |
this disaster: or who i, fur the purpose of storing j 1 any such bonded good, ware, and mcr1 [ .] ] April 20,18-34. love thee, I love thee aa J can never forget boy who was passing by and remarked. .
who peruhfd by thereof. goods! and shall have been \ 1: chandize, to the collector the designated An Act to establish additional Land Districts The hour.c.C. tweet ptauare, dsarous, when we "That boy has very dirty hands."
died from di.-cae in consequence the ]1 pro\eu by the Secretary of the port,.an additional 1 duty a one hundred percent in the Territory of Minnesota.Be [PCELIC LIL] met; "Yes," said Mr. White, "rcs. bat bat..-.
shall be allu\vc p.-a.iols ui anie: manner an.ll.a\'c been placed in charge of a shall be levied and collected which it enacted lJyl.'I.e Senate awl House An Act ta amend fa third section of tier' IU memory atone wCt aerrv ta bcgnle, bu," he was evidently
I seeking: some
if the said omar. I .. way
J win sad
all thiS heart
in from .hUe.I
23 sorrow
rv-jvcts officers and Lad ollicvr cf the cu.tom"'ho, additional duty shall L secured by such Representatives of the United States of Act making Appropriations fur the \I..1n in which to bring in an. tion. At length
flOflOmmiLted privates i| the owner and proprietor of the i bond, or said goods wares, and merchanI America in Congress assembled, '1 hat, for Ciril and Diplomatic Hrpznass ofGocernmtntfor !, thou alone, at the sounds of whose voice, his face brightened up and he contmued-
been killed in battle. {S shall have the joint custody of all j: die seized and forfeited for such the sale of the public lands to which the the year ending the thirtieth Duth cause the secret springs of my heart to re "but if they rut vashed they vould be
2. INt; I may
Approved, March chandisx, stored in said warehouse, j 1 failure, and L any steam or other vessel, orvehcie Indian title bas been extinguished by the of June, eighteen hundred andjif- The strain joi.-e-of that voice I can never portray, cleaner." 4
the labor on the goods so stored recent treaties, or which hereafter be ty-four" and for other purposes. I We left him his
; : transporting such bonded goods may I Nor drive lU sweet tones frum my memory away.I to rdectionW'arcZy.Gin .
(PCfLC XXV.J) !j performed by the owner or I j wares and merchandise, the ma.ster.osvner, extinguiscd within their limits in the Minnesota Be it enacted by Me Senate and House
An Act for the Rdi f tf Stlllers on Lanlt. \\ the warehou&e. under the supervision i or conductor of which shall foil to deliver Territory west of the MississippiRiver Representatives of the United States of I lore thee, I love thee, and can never forget, Him the Mitten.
rtscrrtdfrr Railroad Purjtut \ oiiitvr of the customs in charge of I collector the there is hereby created four additional America in Congress assembled Ifcat of i When youthful and gay in fneoJdhip we met, '
I j the some to the at designated; Then will not sometimes, though parted we 'Ah, mon dien mon dies said $foaner
lie it eiictd by the S"naf' oulllw! tat the expense of the aforesaid o i iI port, shall be liable to seizure and forfeit land districts, bounded as follows, towit the clerks authorized by the third section be you, Mele mote to his friend Sniffing, '..&
ofReprcsenlatireioflhe United State
America in Conyretj av>cmbed. That evej i cellars and vaults of stores for' the SEC. 7. And bs it furt -r enacted. That northern boundary to the State of Iowa hundred and fifty-three entitled ".\n act IIt'hoT' did that happen T

S ry settler on public lands wbii-h have been of wines and distilled spirits: only, I all leases of stores nor held by the United and the line which divides townships one I making appropriations for the civil and I 'Veil. I thought I must go to make her
; or may be w.thJravn. fn tn market in con- j. for the storage of coal, mahogany, of hundred and five and one hundred and six \ diplomatic expenses government for the A MODEL AUCTIONEER.The von visit before I leave town so I
State for the 6tori13T4hous ; step hi
eequcnco of propci.e-l railroatis. and who er woods and-umljer, may, at the I I ed or unclaimed lu11.goods! shall, on the short of the fifth principal meridian, and exten- year ending tLc thirtieLf br June, eighteen editor of the San Diego, California, de side of the room and dar behold beautiful
had settled! then-on prior t-> such withdrawal -| lion of the Secretary of the named in said ding from the Mississippi to the Big Sioux hundred and fifty-four," those of the first paiiion stretch out
determination on
Herald whose Ton
: Lave
est lazy.1A
shall entitled to Irc-emptk.n at i j constitute bonded warehouses fur I pero tomes rivers, shall comprise one of said districts, : class shall receive a salary of twelve hundred waggeries cause a grinto lounge ,
ordinary mini mum to the lane). M-ttled on !r age of such articles under the same (I entered leats, caullIml"by no States shal any b to be called the toot Hivcr District. All dollars per annum ; those of the second spread over tbe face of the whole country 'Ah, yes-von, yon lounge.mean. And den I make

and cultivated by them: Prod-led. They 1. tons cud conditions a* required in j stores for the of warehoused or un- that portion lying between the township lass a salary fourteen hundred dollars has left the quill and taken to auction von vet polite branch, and_.."
fchall prose up tLeir rights according ti a -c of other merchandise; the i goods storage at port where there may line last mentioned, and the line dividing per annum; those of the third class, a eering. The reporter of the San Francisco 'You mean polite bow.'
uch rules and regulation as be pro-' l.ult aforu Lid hall be I caimel any townships one hundred and ten and of sixteen hundred dollars '
\ : '< exclusively private bonded warehouses, after one salary per annum AVir furnishes the following accounts: \b, yes. von bough. And den I I
,*crib*l by the Secretary of the Interior; pnated to tile storage of wines or j the first any day of July eighteen hundred and hundred and eleven, and between said rivers ;and all ,clerks provided for in this Ladies and gentlemen, I now have the vss rev sure she would -le"rotten if I say did!
and pay for the Fame lnf.,re the day that spirits, an:1 shall have no opening I fifty-five : Prodded. That nothing herein shall constitute another of said districts, .act; performing the same or similar duties honor of putting up a fine pocket han< --] not come to see her before I- ,
may Lc fixed by the I'rc sitieut's rroclama-i j trance except the one from the I| contained shall construed to prevent the to be called theWinona District. All that with. any one of the. dasses, shall receive chief-..a yard wide and a yard thick-one 'Yonsaidw/eat7'
tion fir tLe restoration of sai-1 lanli to'!' \\hicu separate and different locks i!I leasing or hiring L of such buildings or accommodations portion situated north of the district last the'same compensation as Is allowed! to such half cotton and the other half cotton too ; I '1 said she would lx rotten if .
juarkct. j Cutoni-llouse and the owner or as be fur the mentioned, and south of the line which divides class; and the clerks employed in the Census beautiful printed with stars and stripes on 'That's enough. loa have "jot f
wh&'I I
Approved. Marcli: 27,1834.Pcnc.XXVI. j of the cellars or vaults shall be I of the United may States' appraisers required for the townships one hundred and ''fifteen Bureau shall be paid during the present the other. It will wipe dust from the eyes foot ia it,' to be sure' your

| S 1C. An.I be further enacted due u examination and appraisal of imported and one hundred and sixteen, and between fiscal year, the same as is hereby allowed :, 80 completely as to be death to the dema- 'Xo, sare. I put my foot oat of it for .4 !
[ .] unclaimed goods, wares, or I merchandise at the ports where such offi the nvers above mcntioded, except the to clerks of tbe class. I I jrogues.and make politics u bad a businessas she says she would call her sacre big; broth
An Aft to anfnd an Act. utitlt'rl"An Art quired by exifitiug laws to be taken i are provided by law, nor to prohibitthe townships recently surveyed west of the SEC. 2.. And be further enacted, That I printing papers. Its great length,breadth i erandL'mekmeoutbegor. I had intended f
to Diride the Slate rf Arkansas into]J I sion of by collectors of the customs leesiiif or hiring by colk'Ctor of the Mississippi River from the fourth principal the stamp and blank agent for the Post and tickness, together with the dark color to say mortified, but I could not think 4

. Two Judicial lJiftrrrt.laprured'I lie stored in any public warehouse customs fur periods, with the approval meridian, to include the reservation at Fort Office Department receive the samd salaryas will enable it to hide dust and never need ode Tord, and morfifu anti rot U aH d
.March the third, eighteen hundred and \ or leased by the United States, or I of the Secretary thor of the Trau of Snellicg, (the whole of which townshipsshall clerks of the second class, provided for washing. Going at one dollar?-seventy- same as von in my dictvmarie.Seme 'M

Jiftj-ons. private bonded warehouse such stores as may required forCt be attached to and constitute part of ia the first section of this act; and an addition five cents ? fifty cents? one bit? No-
Be it enacted bytl4e Senate and Jl>u e I this act, and all charges for storage, j house purposes at any L of the emaller rev m the Minneapolis District) 'shall constituteS 'of twenty per cent. is hereby addedto body wants it 1 Oh,thank you sir. on the Ohio. t

Rtpresentatiret nfthe United Stalls 'f and other excuses accruing on any of the United States: Prric third district to be designated. the'lied the pay now authorized by law to each N'ext gnitlemenfor the ladies won't be Our boat stopped to take in wood. On

America in Congress asfembjied, That up.on goods, wares, or merchandise, not That pr or other ( Wing District ; and all that portion situated -' of the messengers, packers, laborers and permitted to Lid on this article-is a real the sbore among the crowd, was a remarkably ,
conviction of offenders in the Western I ceed ia any case the regular rates enter into any contract or north of the limits last described, south watchmen of the diiferent executive departments simon pure,tempered,highly polished,keen- stupid: fellow, with his hands ia his

Judicial District of the state of \rkansa*. objects at the port in question, cutm agreement fur the use of any building to be of the line dividing townships_ hundredand of the government in Washing- edged Sheffield razor, bran, spanking new ; pockets, and his lips han D down. -
tar ot5--ncci to winch punishment by con- paid before delivery of the goods I thereafter erected as a public store or warehouse twen ana one Hundred and twenty-one, ion ; to the clerks employed at the navy- I never opened before to sunlight,moonlight, I A dandy ripe for scraPe; nods and winks
ncine&t in the penitentiary i annexed, ithall entry thereof by the clainient or I and no lease of any building to b between Mississippi River and the treaty yard and marine-barracks at Washington ; starlight UyIightor light;sharp enough at all around, saying_ .
be Urrtul for the court U-forc whom J or if sold as unclaimed goods to rc: I taken for a longer line which runs from Big Sioux River to to the clerk messenger and laborer in the to shave a lawyer or cut a disagreable acquaintance 'Now 111 have some fua ; III frighten the
convictions lace or may be had. to ntcnce j, import duties, the aforesaid charges us ehl years L, nor shall rent be prio Lake Travers,together with all the fractional office of Commissioner of Public Buildings, or poor relation;handle of buck- greenhorn'

convict to undergo imprisonment in the I be juid by the collector out of the whole or in part, in any case,in pd townships one hundred and twenty-one doorkeeper and assistant doorkeeper at the horn with all the rivets but two at the He jumped ashore with a large drawn C
Penitentiary JJuviac of the State situated I, of the sale thereof before paying SEC. 8. And be it further enacted. That situated east of the range line dividing ran- Executive Mansion: ; public gardner, labor ends of pure gold. Who will give two 'Bowie,' brandishing it in the face of the
in the Ea-stcrc Judicial DL trtot. in the ceeds into the treasury as required the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is ges twenty-four and twenty-five west,bhall ers employed in the public grounds and dollars ?-one dollar 7 half a dollar? Whyye green 'un exclaiming..

ante manner Ai thvush the Penitentiary isting laWs. And any collector of hereby authorized, upon production of satisfactory comprise the fourth district, to be knownas President's garden ; two additional watchmen long bearded dirty faced reprobates, 'Now I'll punish yoo-I've been looking
House was situated ijfthe Western Judicial toms is hereby authorized, under proof to him of ijur the Minneapolis District. And all the and the police at the Capitol; watch- with not room enough on your phizza for a for you week'

District of the State of Arkansas; and ections and regulations as may be : destruction, in whole or in atu part, any residuary portion of said lands situated men employed at the President's House Chinese woman to kiss I am offering youa The fellow stared stupidly at the aesai-

the counties of fe'cvwr an-i Sebastian in the ed by the Secretary of the Treasury, goods, wares, or merchandise ; by accidental north of the line which divides townshipsone and Reservation number two, lamplighter, bargain at half dollar razor and stropa land ; he evidently had not seen enough
icaJd State, are hereby edged to, and made upon due notice, at public auction, fire, or other casualty, while the same hundred and twenty and one hundred the general superintends; the drawkeepers recent patent two rubs npon it will be scared ; Lucas the bowie knife came
,& part qf-tLe xaid Wc tere. Judicial Dis claimed goods, wares, or remained in the custody of th officers of and twenty-one,and west orange twenty. of the bridges across the Eastern Branch sharpen the city attorney all for fifty cents! near his face one of his huge firsts --
trict.SKC.. '>sited in public warehouse \' the customs in public or private warehouse four west of the fifth principal meridian, and Potomac; and that the provisions of the And a piece of soap, sweeter than roses ly vacated his pockets, fell hard and heavy
t. And be further m.rl.. That same may from depreciation in value under bond, or in the appraisers and west of the Mississippi River, extend- second section of the act August thirty- lathers better than a schoolmaster, and between the dandy's eyes, and the fel
when any person shall be com icU-d in the age, leakage, or other came, in the undergoing appraisal, in pursuance ing to the drift-wood ami the Red River of first eighteen hundred and fifty-two,'making strong enough to wash out all the stains low was floundering in the Ohio. poor
District Court for the Western District of oi such collector, be likely to pros of tors law or regulations of the Treasury Depent the north, shall be, and is hereby attachedto appropriations for the civil and diplomatic from a California politician's conscienceall Greeny jumped on 'board oar boat
.Arkansas, of any oUecce committed after I ficient on a sale thereof to.jay the or while in transportation under the district of lands subject to sale at expenses of the government for the for fifty cents! Why,you have only to his hands in his pocket, and, lookmjc, pat a-

.the passage of this act., the punishment or I storage, and other charges if the port of entry to any port in Sauk Rapids. year ending the thirtieth of June eighteen put the razor and:soap under your pillowat round said.

.part of tLeptnishmentI'Lereofis iropri on- main in public tore for the period the States, to abate or refund, as SEC. 2. And be itfurther enacted, That hundred and My-three," &&, be, and is night, to wake in the morning clean i 'May be there's somebody else here ha
.ment bj the lair! now cjiLstinf, the .*aid lowed by law in the case of the Unit may be,'out of any moneys in the the President of the United States be, and hereby extended to such persons herein shaved. Will anybody give two bits for been looking for me a week r
,jxiniihnieBi or part of tLe punishment! fehallie goods. treasury not otherwise appropriated, the he is hereby, authorized to appoint, by and enumerated who were in employment during the lot ? I knew I would sell them. I
ctfQ&ucmeut and impnsonment with SEC. 3. Anti be farther enacted amount of impost duties paid or accruing with the advice and consent of the Senate, the fiscal year,and were excluded from Next ladies and gentlemen, I offer three A Sine HIDIXO Piacr._A noble lady

.hard labor for the same l length of time. before any of the stores or cellars thereupon; and likewise to cancel any warehouse a register and receiver of the public moneys the benefit of said act by the decision of pairs socks, hose, stockings, or knit hose, : who, being asked where her hnsband wan,.
.and shall! be carried into effect as provided owned or occupied by private bond or bonds or enter satisfaction for each of the said new districts hereby the Comptroller.of the Treasury. just u you have a mind to call them, knit when he lay concealed for having been

in the preceding section. shall be used a a wrhous for thereon in whole or in part,as the case may created,who shall respectively be requiredto SEC. 3. And be further enacted, That by a machine made on purpose,out of cotton deeply concerned m a conspiracy rvsofatIj *-'
Sic. 3. And be further enacted, That dise imported by other merchants be. reside at the site of their offices,and who instead of the salaries now allowed by law and wooL The man that buys these answered **I have hid h DL" This frank

Mthing contained in the twenty-fifth section porters, the owner, ocpnt or SEC. 9. And be it further enacted, That shall have the same powers, perform the to the Superintendent of the Census, and will be enabled to walk until begets tired; confession drew her before the king; who
of aa act entitled act to regulate thereof shall enter bd suh the Secretary of the Treasury be, and is same duties, and be entitled to the same to the Assistant Postmasters Genen& they and provided hia boots are high enough, told her, nothing bat discovering ,her
inten xinee with the Indian tribes and preserve anI with such sureties a my be hereby, authorized from time to time to establish compensation as are or may be prescribedby shall each receive the same salary that is needn'thave any corns; the legs are as lord was concealed could save her from tortore. -
on the frontiers," approved the Secretary cf the Treasury, such rules and regulations not inconsistent law in refation to other land officers of paid to the Assistant Secretary of the long as bills against the corporation and as "And will that do,sir?" said the
thirtieth peace of Jane, eighteen i hundred and rating and holding the United with the laws of the United the United States. Treasury. thick as the heads of the members of the lady. Tho king replied that be had '

thirty-fonr. hall be construed to extend its otcr hle from or on States for the due execution of this act as SEC. 3. And be further enacted, That SEC. 4. And be further enacted, That I !legislature.: Wants_them at one half dollar his hid word for it. "Then."can she. "1.,
? Thank madam the him in heart there
anplj to said Indian country any of the I any risk2 expense of any may deem to be expedient and necessa- the President is authorized to cause the Ihe increased compensation provided for you ; money. my youll: find
lain enacted for the District of Columbia. I I description, connected with or asing ; and all acts and part of acts conflicting public hinds in said districts, with the exception in this act shall commence from the first Next) I offer you a pair of boots, made him. and The noble answer charmed her enemies .
for San with heels aside the
Mid that nothing Contained in tLc twentieth : the deposit keeping of the and this act are hereby repealed. of such as have been or may be reserved day of July eighteen hundred and fifty- high expressly enough to raise Francisco him to the Head- ment., king's. resent
which provides for inthewarehouseaforesaid ; March 28,1854.PtBLIC for other the to up _
Approved to be exposed to and
<*ietjo* of too said 14. purposes three necessary money carry and nails to ensure against being
the pv&ichment of oSenccs therein specified ports deposited in any public or sale in the same manner and upon the same this act into effect is hereby appropiatedout ley grades, land-slide LZAXXED: ELUIIA. .- '. a werrj
earned legs
over by a
by W construed to extend to any warehouse authorized by thi act and, [ XXXII.] terms and conditions as the other public of any money in the treasury not otherwise enough to two revolvers ;and a bowie knowing hanhnal of yours," said a cockney
Zadiaa committing said oflenCcs in the Indian at the sole and exclusive An Act to authorize the Construction of lands of the United States. appropriated: Provided,That nothing knife and carry the of the best horse gentlemen to the keeper of an elephant.

country or to any Indian mmittingaay of the owner or importer. jint-class Steam-frigates, and for SEC. 4. And bt further enacted That herein contained shall be construed as leather. A man uppers in these boots can move "Very," was the cool rejoinder. ':.
say offences in the Indian country who bu SEC. 4. And be it further ee tilhtr purposes. the President is hereby authorized to des making an appropriation for any period beyond about asthe State CapitoL Who fcUe performs strange tricks anti rtiqr

been pttoiabed by the local law of the tribe, I all goods liereaUer, wares, and duly entered for, Be it enacted by the Senate and House ignate the location of the offices (er said' the thirtieth of Jane, eiphteen hun- says twenty u easy dollars? All the tax-payers does he P1 inquired the cockney eyeing.tha<

or in any case here,by treaty stipulaticrns, may all Representative of the United States of new dhstrice'and change the same whenever dred and fifty-four. ought to have a pair to kick.the council animal through the glass. v
the exclusive jurisdiction over such offenCM I houiing under bond, nikeW in Conrrcss assembled That in his opinion the public good shall require with ; everybody ought to hare a pair to "Surprising.n retorted be keeper,Wr

may now or hereafter be secured to chandise now remaining in warehouse Secretary of the Navy be, and he is it. (PrJILlc UV.] kick: the bucket. Ten dollars, for legs uppers learnt him to pat money in that box yoa

aid Indian tribe, reepectively. and anything der bond,may duties continue thereupon far hereby, authorized to cause to be COM'- Approved April 12, 185t. An Act making Appropriations for the and soles Whole souls, and miserable see.*away* up there. Try him with,a dolar. '*-..

in lAid act incoasistent wita thi act out payment of three from date of for the United States navy: at u early Support of the Military Academy for scales atjth&t are bringing twenty thousand
be, and the same U hereby repealed.Stc. rio years th be day as practicable, consistently kith a [PUBLIC XLVI.] the year ending the thirtieth of June, dollars at 8d.imento. Gone at tea The cockney handed the elephant a dol
4. And be further enacted, That ol imptio and may and regard for economy and efficiency fix An Act establishing a Land-Office in the one thousand eight hundred and fiftyJfre. dollars. tar, and sore enough he took it far hi*

any white person who shall hereafter set of fur the duties and on d et upon steam-frigates, to be provided Lover Peninsula of Mic igan. < !I Next In something that you ought to trunk, any placed it in a box high out ofj;

fire,or attempt to set fire, to any hooee.ouUiouse for exportation without ,the f screw-propellers and properly armed Be it enacted by the Senate and House Be it enacted by the Senate and HouseofRepresentativesoftheUnUedShates : have, gentlemen* lot 'of good gaUowtec reach. .

cabin, stable, or other building, at tune within the period equipped for service;; said vessels and of Representatives o/iAe United States of of sometimes called sugpenders. I know 10m.o 9Vsl\that'swerrybextraordinary..4

in said Indian country, to whomsoever fire belonging I dti the any latter case, the goods ; to be built by contract, or in America in Congress assembled. That all j America* Congress embkcl That the ( you will, after a white,be furnished at I out and hand truly it?back.Now"let's see him take, < i if*
; and any Indian who shall set the of such government navy-yard as the Secreta those parts or portions of the line which following sum be, and the same i I hereby, the State's expense,but you cant tell which v '
I only "We learnt hisathat"
to any bouse'ou cabin etable,belonging or I subject ageandchargeu t may be doe of the Navy may think most advisable divides township twenty ((20) and twenty- appropriated out of any money in the treasury one, so buy where they AH keeper'with never toned.
other building) in laid Indian country k. That where the the public interest. one ((21) and" all the portion of the upper not othenr 5e' appropriated, for:thiupport. ( that deserve hinging are supplied with a a roagiah.Jeer.nd.thin tented
Provided verer to stir the
to or in lawful possession of a white peninsula which lies south of the line dividing .or: the tot the .would be op monkey* and pinch the
whetherjieaaznebecoizsuzmedornotsbaflbe than have been paki upon anygwds, Sec, 2. And be it further enacted That Military Academy gallows: ifiojther. nobody by.& of Time .
twrfon, fanrhole or hi part and merchandise. be and u hereby appropriated, to be townships ,forty-one (41) and forty- year ending the thirtieth of Jane,o thou 1 make laws,condemn eriminaI5 until a new *_ -

deemed o said shall entr'f O under the direction of,the .Secre two (42) and. west of range twelve (12) sand eight hundred and \- : -, election. Made of pure gum elastic stretch : Wh&t 'are political platform

pUt of a fekmj. and hafl be punished with dnti Dt; goods, of the Navy, for the, purpose above west, together!with all the island in Green For ,pay ;of< officers instructorscadets like judge's ooascksnc, and 1aat. long said an old lady tafcer husband.'Oh said
by confinement and imprisonment to o&l..uc' limit .a and for altering completing,and Bay, _the straits of l Macklnary and Lakes and mnticun*, eighty-eight, thousand/two U Cah&rnia office-holder win steal-. be, "they are' platform roles when>
hard )Uhor for not more than twenty-one' : 4ndpedfrtherTbAt.t : the frigates.Santee ,at Kitterj, Huron and Michigan, which '.are stated hundred and dollars hackle of para Iron,aDd warranted to hold weigh Presidents." The old lady pinned.they:-

nor leu than two .Stat DO abatement of:the Sabine, at New York the mm of three north of the township line first"herein 'caiamntatioff, of subsistence, tythousandare.hendrtiandniimety. so tight that DO man'a wifa can rob him orbit "" +b'j 0JG3T .-
8ac. 5. And be itfvrtlur enacted That lowances anj dut ; of doHart ont of any,money:Tn the mentioned and within the limit,of.said dollars ; breeches,an in abort as strongaipeaSect r If exercise promotes health thoea
any white person who shlll make an asculCpoD mo$fo or'. bj'A.7 not otherwise appropriated..LffroTet State exclusive. of Dronunon' Island and .For forage for officers horses, nine. hunt' effectual,and as bona We perfect at who collect old bills for editors should bq

tUm who an Indian thill mike or other assault_ person upon, or any a white In- .any goods,,yje, or15. ?twnda i ; April Gj'l> 18C, Ie. blets b., a34 thittAtU btnilj In drtd and tttty dollart. the-1en, &rmntr.f1T. (. 1mO" the!onsat lived pe1mWou earb..





__I--- - U o American Constitution i not ,. Tr Day*Lt from Car*]*_\ I . : meeting here of the four first was' 'purely THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.All Tribute or Re

3ttns. longer to' Southern steamship) Niagara arrived at : Forid EO accidental, and has no con with the AUMCA LODGE No. 26 or ec F. A. )f.
b &
t'wt .: 4 ., conference bet Sonic Previous War News False)
blood wa< treasure ex- ton on,Tuesday last, having loft 1 projected Ntn e, .Fla, 7tA
, LTII" Buchanan' and Masons ThIs.confercnceabout XKV?YORK, 20.-.Thc royal mail VTHMUS The O.1&
pen : guarantying to them on tho Litfe insC > will Oct Supreme
< I which I wrote in my bt lettrt steamship bringing three .ritot
JACKSONVILLE :: cquaTrights and principles witlith inhabitants Wet clip the CuUowig. items of news r. = e certainly take pla at ,SmUr days later. ave ., Universe has, In the di. ntin I.

o other sections of the Union and ceh'e by her fr to Savannah Neics couisTmEs. f [ f fr land. This place ha been prfcr b The news by this arnlls of. a extra- All-wise Providence, token from this earth
:: ] it is on republican ordinar character, created great and our His
*'TUn.t.Y.O.o110DElt28 1M that those cause ad h
rights they at all Thursday morning; 1 md
ti Ace b j r ctrrtng
! ards let I I IAlllA It will be the first. conclave of the kind nlo throughout Eurp. beyond and p
what orrubJe sorrow
come wil FROM THE SEAT or WAR. which will have taken place in Scbaetopol is not statement or
.. The Foreign News. So long D thatincori-uptible' and Scbastapole has been invested on the 2111 390 of American diplomacy, and th Cor a of the destruction of tho Russian fleet is I! beloved friend an Brthr WILLIAM(

The latest Intelligence from Europe is of lover of his country-FRAN sun PIERCE south and east by the Allies, whoso gun: Cllban, 165 11Duval epoch, from the importance of the subjects false ibe report of the explosion of Fort II. WARD-who d pe this life his

the most interesting character and betrays, is at the helm, we.feel a consciousness or arc keeps playing the oOtO"al while Menschikof side of the 25 2 32 2 2116 6 86 1 which will then b treated a well D from I Constftitino is false 1 ; tho report of Mcnchikoffs residence on the Cotumbi a coun
functionaries in ]I false Omen Pacha'sdiptch
the of surrender is
the intense longing of the of Dade, merits it : ty the 24th &
So o
perfect D
trust in city F ,
as our awaiting
security. ra i reinorment 2 334 I this that is A
; Eicaunbta, 212 ought to say, on oion a perfect a forgery. .
France and England iwws of a little glory anything earthly, it is placed in him and Prsi expresses 1'iingnc8 to act Franklin, 16 21 8' 2 242 agreement of established still continues uninterrupted 185. it, therefore,
hi the EAst and how cruelly that anxiety his devoted Cabinet Ministers. Wo fee Aus'r. GtCD, 43 3'' 121 I 78 between Mr. Soule ad h cabinet at and Scbastopol has been formally invested. Rfsolred, That in the death of our de

ill has been played upon by some wagrknavewhohasarntrived confident that they will steer us clear of hve chag their the south plan: of base attack Herado hamilton,, 10 r.JII2 70 17 5Hibrugb Washington to which the first had written parted\\' friend and Brother, Wii II.anLthu .
on 2 would Lodge has
that he immediately withdraw i if the Inn,
togctdCl'patch- shoals and quicksands however great the operations at Dlaktav The bmbr- 18/121/ 22 1311 3l3 7 least of his acts had not the [From the New York Erprett.] parable los. As a Mason, ho was a good
es sent in every direction announcing the ment the 5th 6 complet.p and true
present danger may appear. Otobr. Jackson, 248 366s 1 I 728 probation of the cabinet. As EXTRAORDINARY NEWS-SOLOQCC DECLARES ; a a Christian ho was
overthrow of the Russian army at Scbasta- Russians h sunk seven ship lie JefCID. 2 15O 34 55 421L there have been granted to ful 11J WAR, AGAINST. THE UNITED in hi profession and all Iris acts;cntt

pol,and of the fall of that city, together The Majority.It at the of the Mahl I 35 332! 42- 335 55Jo" more extended than perhaps any rower former OF A POWEJirCL NAVAL SATF.UILING SQUAD. true t his Country; &a n a
Arnaud is dead command 43 59 42 103 could _.
with the capture of the Russian fleet This ; will be seen by reference to the table tho Cls upon Madison 319 349 657 63Monrie representative of the United States to a RON FROM NEW YORK. !: none equal him with a heart
Can 3/ 43 to alleviate
which we to-day publishthatMr.Maxwell's I Uobr / 75 4 U5 foreign ever The resolutions open the distressed,and
Tho West India mail
announcement Magdalene exten
countr ,
important produced a perfect battle of Alma the Russians 6 pliele. the hand of charity the widow
435 the
furor excitement and rejoicings with majority reaches one-lhonr nd and fftg burnt all the villages they passed through in Orange Marion,, 2 2 41 2 1 19 6 I I three members, wi the Conference of by Basle, at Soutpton brings the following r phans; D a husband,he was that fond

the allied Powers, their agents and organs. rotes-all the counties having been ofcial- their flight Teyle1 six thousand wounded Nassau, 61 G 2 51PtDam f of whom one belongs to the Young America "private: letter:"-nc said to b from a heart could desire, ever watching a with a

Congratulations were exchanged between ly heard Crm. This is :much larger majority A behind thousand mu- John, 193 12: 131 1031 123 9Sant 4 wing of tho democratic party, and the We have a recent account from San Do zealous care the promotion and welfar and

; the sevcralallied Powers,including Austria than ,3 been anticipated by the nitions of Rusins"ere escorting Men- St 167 257j; 18 205' 16- 3 two others to the rather more conservative the effect that the United States providing and wel for his family; a ,
war good and
; ming knows
none his
wcr tkcn 7 1Sumpter section of old fogies will hereafter depart
meet sanguine. We so well pleased St very Columbia! bearing
r and the French Emperor even went. so far, a chikofT himself narrowly escaping Cptr.To 18 48 and : Commoor'l ed worth save the fatherless
with the result that is inadequateto Allies the 12 probably bp adopted a principles flag accompanied bv a .cltildren.Resolred. widoW
aqueduct m COIete
destroyed Walton Ill
issue address the 111
as to a grandiloquent on ; langAg 11 13 of European policy by the administration -
thousand I 191 I er, had arrived at the port and
151 /
\ occasion, to his grand army du NoN encamped the expression of The people supple SbatopL Eight the Crimea.o \akala 12J 16/1169 82H l3j I. of Franklin l'ierc. Mr. Sickles the cession of that plat Sana well That the widow and the orh.
i at Bolongnc. In the midst of their Florida have rendered a verdict of "well aled A igon I will be the secretary of the conference, demde territory. a ans of our deceased Brother have the
of with his I i adjacent snc.
done thou and faithful servant" carriage Menshikol 4590 45G8'The charged with the duty of a record a condolence and heartfelt sympathies
rejoicings, becoming insolent the French -return had The I drawing up A general officer and some engincor officers .
t ,
private papers
I' pledg The of laid downin
: God his life, Maxwell will return the city. was n by following result. : cnduct brnonc gershave bon disjmtched to Port an Prince
sentiments towards this spares 1Ir. till he has
real, country, by lire-loss two millions sterling. Maxwell J its details, Souo"i for the purpose informing the authorities Rcolrel In token of the high apprecia
and continue battle for the ,
;u[ saffeainganondiLtogetintothepapcrsto cUe It apprehended that an outbreak the sanction of at Washington, about the matter a it is expected that the departed Brother, II.
$ t&>effect that these two governments conjoined of Democracy and Southern Rights with, would w occur at Warsaw. The Russian Imperial Brown; 4579 in order to return to Madrid, and there t Emperor Solouquo will be on his march to Ward, the membr of this Wii wer
than his usual agitate from the foundation, so to speak, of the Island in order to usual badge for U
i: abont demand i more eloquence Guard were proceeding to Warsaw that part repulse, mourning thirty ,
were making a upon psible thus far
Majority 1,015 the Far from and the
by forced marches. question Cu. wishing if these invadcrs(!) jewels and furniture of the LOOM
: that of the United States for an explanation abity. The only county to be heard from is StLncic to evade the i by secret influencesan psibto it on good authority that an b shrouded in mourning: for the same tune

of rte engagement entered into between Schooner Gauges. z. The Savannah News of Monday where Maxwell will have a majority attempt which tho Spanish character Amerc fleet has sailed from XC\V York Resolred, That a copy of the.

the United States and Russia, especially The schooner Ganges, of and from Pro lat announces the death in that city of of 5 ts 7. His majority in the State is ONE would render impossible-Mr. Soule i of Grey tow San Juan,) for what object Preamble and Resolutions, be rorin
this should be t
with regard to the nature and conditions vidence, R. I., at this port on Wednesday Henry R. Preston, late associate editor of THOUSAND AND FIFTT !!! opinion that question loyally and openly approached by- we are to conceive. The fleet, it family of our deceased brother, and a copy
arrh'e frankly, is said, cnsist of two frigates, three cor- of the same be sent to the Jacksonville
jt of acquisition by the United States last in a.criplcd state, after :very that paper. Mr. Preston was the eldest The vote on the removal of the Capitol is bringing it before the tribunal of the constituent vettes two steamers in fighting order, Tallahassee papers for publication.A. and

_l oX the Russian possessions in America. stormy In the midst of a gale her son of Rev. Dr. Preston, and was a gentleman as follows: Cortes. In this manner it will not I and commanded by a ; they 31. CASTON &c'

But alAs their high hopes are suddenly cast Iag unstriped,and was forced of dcc.led abilities.Mr. ""No Rmovl" 4532 lie the ministry who decide,but tho Spanish boast of consumate bravery.cmmoor y.

0 down and exultation gives place chagrin, over her side.bme The force of the wind and Thompson, we are glad to notice,has 4320 people itself, in its own good sense and its This exciting news comes from Kingston, A Scene with a '-elo\Fever Patient
own sovereignty.
I Ja. and is in the Times.
.- ,p when they next hear from the seat of war, far from the effects of Yellow published Lnlo NEW OCLEANS, Sept 24.
weigh of the spar bending the mast over, so Jt'er i Majority, thus far, 212 The idea is grand and m\gnifcnt but C C -
.; and find that the news of the fall of Scbas- prised up the deck and broke several of her Fever as t b ablo to resume the editorial that is no guaranty of its succss. The Weather. S S .
No Need for New Parties. Day before yesterday I called
il tapol was a magnificant and cruel hoax.- beams; She succeeded in getting into port chair of the News. It is in politics, as in if old sect More of the Arctic's Passengers Saved Yesterday was cloudy throughout but friend who was recovering from yellow upon fe a

' They only learned that there had been some with the fore rigging and jury mast and old standards fall rlJion every BALTIMORE Oct. 22d. warmer than the preceding day. Shoul ver. He lay in a darkened chamber, witha

very hard fighting, hut that the battle was in the place of the mainmast leaking rig VERMONT U. S. SFNAoRs.-The Legis- imaginable diversity of disreput new The Steamship Osprey, ha arrived at we have rain succeeded by frost presence wet cloth on his forehead-the fever had

:: : not yet won. aturc of Vermont h elected Lawrence creed will instantly spring up to take the Philadelphia from St. Johns. (N. B.) reports among us of strangers may allay our just left him. and he was comfortable and

: Under this state of facts, we suppose we "The Soil of the South." Brainard (Free SoiL) t the United States vacant places. The new ideas leading to that previous to her sailing,from tht I. other apprehensions hand, if succeeded for their safety; but weather.on the cheerful. Well," said. he, -l'vcpl 8cd the
t We have repeatedly called the attentionof Senate for the short term-until next 4th hem being unorganized and undigested it port, a boat arrived there with by warm Rubicon at last' and am glad of it-I was
ehall not hear of the demand an explanation cannot but dread tho most disastrous
; our readers to this invaluable Journal of of Marchi-.and will require much time and many efforts to the passengers, and a portion of the of we bound to settle! here, and now I can look
Jacob Collamcr for cr\V
: from our government awhile. But lon. mould and harmonize them into one constant the 4\rtic The names arc not known. results. Our physicians deem it imprudent'or forward with some certainty! ," "Yes," I
: : enough has transpired to show the real feelings Southern Agriculture and Horicultur. the full term of six years from the 4th o I and homogeneous whole. any one to come among us yet. They replied but you are not safe ret-you

l. ; of those governments to our own, and The October number is on our table,and larch next Jthe present time there is I strong tendency The Latest from the Seat of U'ar. should know best, and upon their authoritywe must keep qllct-t! : is injurious even to
is filled with articles of the most interesting the old Rep. 2th int.loXcoIFY talk much that he
certain than [ among masses to quit parties BALTIMORE Oct. spalo-Str. Seeing was much disposed -
; that there is nothing more 23.
and useful character, particularly to J55T Judge Wright h been elected abandon ancient standards and constructnew The latest accounts from the fet Oct. 22d. to talk. I left him fearing to do

I ; their intention to take us in hand so soon living in the Southern portion of : Mayor of Griffin, Geo. Nobody knew that I creeds and new stndards.c have brought by the Steamer Fairy arrived at The yellow fever is increasing, in this him an injury. "Call often,'; said he, as I

as they succeed in humbling the power of persons the Union. We can only repeat our recommendation he was a candidate until after the polls lately seen various plans new political Marseilles (t'rc) state that the Fonc city and prevails in a very malignant form departed, fcfor I am very lonesome, and i'l1'1

: ::1 Sussia. Until that occurs however, they were closed. organizations pr:5 in newspapers from line of defence was carried on There were ten deaths yesterday, and one nurse won't converse with mc-cll and see
; will be the most disgustingly obsequious to that every planter,farmer,pard- I various, countr. This disposition ult., and that )lcnschikolrl bn driven hundred and twenty-six new cases reported. me, anyhow, if you won't talk with me."
I. ncr and orchardist in our State, become j y* There were but three deaths} by to form prties has been outside the walls of Sctustool, he Yesterday, I went to see him again. I
when at the time tljy secretly
't' -8, subscribers forthwith, who have not clone Yellow Fever in Savannah the 23d inst I brought about by the nppear:1nc awaited reinforcements.Dreadful found him cold yellow, and stiffthe"all
t' i t harbor the bitterest animosity against our on and rapid growth of the Know Nothun.s.'lime .- I __--_ 221" Gen. Sam Houston is announced bed and floor pat tcred with the dreadful

".r. 1 country and institutions. so already. and but one in Augus4-a. I ol'pment of this order, scattered I Double Murder and Suicide.ftp.EF.NE as one of the speakers in a course of antislavery black vomit-and such a smell in the room

; : It behooves our people and government, The Capitol Question. 0 z;2 Rumor was rife in our city on I throughout country, and thus far denied ; .Chcnango Co., Oct. 5, h<5!. lectures to be delivered this winterin -pah Toor fellow," said the landlady,
the opportunity of consultation, and of I J have the unplca ont duty of giving you Boston. There are some twenty lectur- who. with the nurse, was prepairing to lay
therefore to for The question of 'Removal" or "No Removal' that the Yellow Fever had
prepare one more desperate Tuesday lat. action have started of of the for the Horace him out the fever
consentaneous different an account one most horrible 1' .j struggle. What the result of that struggle of the seat of Government from the made its appearance in St. Augustine. We I societies in different IJ1u.'s all, however, double murders and suicides that has ever I I and a large number of the most able con 9 o'dck--a.s soon as he felt it he seemedto

will be, our patriotism will not permit city of Tallahassee,which was submitted to arc pleased to learn, however, that the re- having the same ol -the defeat I been brought to my notice cmmite spicuous anti-slavery men. give up, for says he,u.cnd fur mother,

j us to doubt. It will IKJ another"Third Punic the people of the State at the late election, were incorrect. of the secret. But each of tht's new opposing about four miles east of this \'iae. I quick!" but it was no use, his mother's in

J War," and end in the downfall of thej has been decided in favor of"Xo Renuna' ports I parties make membership:sins qi'ui ::1 turnpike loading t(tont'entr. I prer 2iE" The editor of the Iowa City Eaglewas St. Louis. Ho WI' goon out of his head,
: THE XFX CONGRESS.-The following is non to its ; that a candidate of that one David 1). rtunl't( alI elected to the Legislature of his State and then he took me for his mother, and
modern Carthage on the other side of the by a few hundred majority. retum.* of I these SUPlr h of them !I I fornia,,. the murderer and culled mo mother all I'vo
the result for members of the next ((31th) tlu al < ) by large majority at the late election.He .- night. seen
.. Atlantic. So mote it be! the vote from all but two or three small I I have the same objects \ could no j I i had 1 misunderstanding with his wife and I I many deaths from yellow fever, continued
In connection with this subject, it may counties show a majority in favor of congress, in the States where elections i (,r pet votes of other kindred orgarn7.a- i lately 6rlrte1 they the past summer gives the following reasons why he wa I II she. but it seems as if each is always moro

n \ perhaps not be out of place for us to re1 l liasseo as the seat of Government Ta1l-I have been held, compared with tho present j tions than cmild a Know Nothing. '!, living believe both parties had { elected and run so largely ahead of his dreadful than the last-it's enough to mako
this it follows that if those ]|I actions for The trials acclimated New Orleans.-.
(33)) Congress: I 'ror opposed Cml'lcd ti\or. ; people quit
of four hundred votes.
member tho exposed and defenceless situation present 34 lh Canres. 33<1 CnIC to the Know Nothings 8hou1 divide {ith.mscu's j i were to come oft' next week. Tne hnmeI I ticketfe'r elected by fifty votes moro than Poor Tom he was but twenty-threcycars

' Florida, and the high importance of Death of a Florida Editor. I, into separate \: bodies. I II' i diale: cause of the wln>lc difficulty, ty of of Gubernatorial candidate.and old, hearty and handsome and was work-

4 Tirghig to completion at an early day, someone J.uIr.B. ALEXANDER, editor of the Marlaniut hem Opeitin. Dem. Whigs..tnkansas with rules and regulations, pledge mlmrstanIas, jealously. This afternoon I m'f we know tho reason why. It's be- ins industriously- In order to afford his
2 2- I' themselves not to for office Davis met his mother; winter
support one Bud a residence in New Orleans
at least, of the Railroads projected across Whig is dead! His spirit took its any hrothcr-in-la\V I cause our opponents, generally speaking, ;
2 2-
i. Catifurnia who is not member of a particular I kiss, (at whoso house his wife and now his i i.s on its to that
: h31
IJn lied about and way
'f .ft, our State. The latter subject, however the 14th inst Florida. . 1 1- 1:11 J awfully, bccus one or
flight; on Saturday evening j party or body,then their enemies the Know boarding,) at the house of a Mr. Gilmorc two of mother, in a mctallc! coffin.
j demands, and will receive, further consideration at his residence in Marianna Mr. Alcxan hine. . l' S 3 3 J I Nothings will have an easy >'ictr. This a near neighbor, and after conversation., ,[ of our young prospective; men promotion our part"cr, and labored jealous

i> at our hands before our next der was a ripe scholar, a writer of elegant Vermont..1 3 I hhows the absurdity of these sictics. Ilotchkiss withdrew into the yard followed sneakiiifdy yet zealously to procure our ,;: ncv. Thomas Chilton, alternatelya
General Missouri. 1 4 I 3- There is no need for new parties. The I by Da\'i"t who drew a revolver and shot feat. to face lawyer, politician and dc! )-:recently
: Asscmblymccts. taste and gentleman of moral worth They were always our remarkably -
a great It
5 ( U)
t" Pennsylvania I time honul'lDemorti party is sufficientfor I him. killing him instantly. Ho then ran this friendlj' but behind our backs I died in Ken tuckIn 1819 he wa a
q7 Tcace to his ashes! Ohio.- 21 12 9 al. It principles become hiator- I brother ln-laws house and shot his when and influence member of the Kentucky Lcgi latul'C thena
Election Indiana. .- 11 1 10 i ical. wife tl'io t cers
4tNxxtT1os.-Thc of Pcnsacol They have been illustrated by the mortalyvoundil her, and then shot the they shamefully clergymanjind! subsequently twice elected
. I Full returns of tho recent election in people Iowa------ 1 1 2- best, the purest and the ablest men of the hiniclf through her. Our whole -:PI.II that mg1ge lie 3 member of Congress as a Jackson man-
,:. Pennsylvania have come to hand, which are agitating the question of annexation of S.Carolina G "G- nation. They have been victorious in community is in a great state of excitement and\\0 woul l gt.dronk Afterwards lie became a friend of Mr. f I

th counties of Excamhia,Walton and Santa many a contest. They ,are well defined on account of this horrible afliir. plaJ"br:1g would steal Clay, and being a candidate a third time i
election Pollock Know we
'it" Judge ,( Total..19 67 48 38 blc\'e
Rosa to the State of They arc and wel known. They are the principle the off if we was defeated. This was in 1831, but in I
f. Nothing Whig, and anti-Xcbraska man) anxious to have the Legislature Albama take some Opposition majority;Democratic majority of Constitution. New creeds, like AN IxTEREsnxo AND IMPORTANT DECI thought coppers we wouldn't: be ma's caught eyes at it-besides 1833: he was again sent to Congress and in '

as Governor the Keystone of the Republican in Thirty-Third Congress, 20; anti ne\V laws, arc full of uncertainties, and szox.-The Baltimore American says:- : an intimation that we were like 1835 retired to private life, and ended his
steps with regard thereto the coming session admit of infinitude of The suit of the British brig Fanny again many .
of not less than an days as a clcnryman.INTERESTING '
.4 Arch by a majority Administration gain in 84 members clcctct], But the interpretations intt'rrtation the steamer Osprey, running between Philadclphia other young men, especially editors and
twenty thousand. Henry S. Mott (Denu) Demortic and Boston printers, to poor to gain an honest liveli
I 58.There creed is well the creed it- collision in Boston TO MoTnEns.-The New
t4 is, however,elected Canal Commissioner by Couldn't Agree arc 148 members yet to b elected a estabIsll'a, harbor was tried in the U. S. Circuit Courtin hood. .\el we hop they had :good time York Post say:-Barnum gives notic*

4 L upwards of one hundred thousand majority. T Whigs of the 33d Congressional from twenty States; an equal number,,'iz self.The Democratic party has encountered, that city on Monday, Judge Sprague sail lying in we're having one that the baby show, which was to come cit

c He probably n.'i\"o a portion of the vote District of New York held a Convention to 74- to b chosen from the slaveholding,am in its day, many formidable enemies. The the rule in America is wel established that people now glorifying God bless 'in over-knew our success by our, daily The at his museum in November, has been

.Zthe Know Nothings. Of the twenty- nominate: a candidate for Congress on the the same from the non-slavcholding States present] time, however stormy, cannot when a steamer mets sail vessel, the walk and conversation that wo honest Lpostponed until early in June next, in conformity
after present a new adversary more to be feared sail \'cssl i Is to keep her course, and the wr with tho wishes' of many ladies,
13th inst. and forty-six of few
three Congressmen elected, th flionistJ1ue balotnb Health of Charleston. tho old conquered adversaries. There steamer is to take upon herself the labor I possessed and a 'KimowSomatiming"ideas who do not like to expose their infants ta

:( chosen som seventeen or eighteen, in all of which an equal yots There were four deaths from yellow fever th need of:change of our or.a reconstruction anl risk of avoiding her. The rule I Indiscrcat, they have so be-but declajx-d the at the pls. the weather at this season of the year'That
was given for Hon.Madison Bunch (Silver general without reference we may man will be just nine months hence.
application to
of Our ,
p giving the Democrats the balance. I is in Charleston on Monday. The Cjer u cr weaponsare I attempts to make our fellow.citizens believe
the Gray) and Hon. G. W.Patterson (Woolly) as good now as_ were the honored the Jack of the vessel may b upon,or her that
#, gratifying perceive occasionally name i we are t will expose INDIAN OR NEGRO.An
close-hauL-d free in interesting case,
remark or
have sword big ; a.l executing
y! of a Democratic Congressman elected who, agreed that they coudn't agee. 'lcrforthcy Knowing the anxiety of our absent tel- dystt sharp passed.and gleams with its: duty, the steamer. is not restricted to his own men Q0tives ad spirit which has been on the. docket for three

fa the present Congress fcfaced the music" concluded to try again a week low-citizens. to return to their homes, awl pristine Jackso lustre. The} name of Jackson is I going to tho right of the vessel, but may We have we know.those who years, was tried on Thursday as to the
be fricnds-! ,,but few
thereafter. wishing to gain for them information on either side circumstances ought our they are status of a girl claimed as a slave by q
: t by standing up to the Nebraska "outrage, every sti mighty, and gathers increased lustre go a may ronI and between, Show
the propriety of their most and Ca us a man "hor gentleman of Chester District It occupied
possible er judicious In this
rlath'e mark his
}i voting well a talking for the great prin prjjC* Two valuable negro men, belong- so doin" we t conversed with several i passing of)'c3's successors.more plainly su ease, the brig violated com'cnicnt rule in keeping everybody admires, and who has no enemies -I the court near two days, and was decided

-, cip of non-intcncntion Our only regret ing to Messrs. S. S. Shad and F. Waver, I of our leading Physicians on th subject priority let us to the Democratic party off and the steamer was acting within tfa and we can show yon a literal Know .' in favor of the girl being an Indian

,. tt"more of the same sort" of members escaped from this IIc on Monday lat.I I and regret to say they think decidely and let all cUn arc opposed to new factions rule ih keepin t the left. The decisionwaa Nulhiiiff.. But is we're shead elected and-Hurrah!!and entitled to freedom. The case, we understood I
r unsafe for now absent to think of com a the libel with Young \Qeric -we arc way will be fully fl'portcJ.-\
have not been turcd Two years hence They were, however found on the following any new parties, and secret societiesjoinus dcclt' dismissing ahead of the crowd. Vice la American Carolinian.J53TWhen.
the fever is still
tables will be and the Old Keystone ing at present, n con- without pledges, or bonds costs. 1 1I
in the Littlo I'ierce-
th turn day by the Town Mafrhal, secreted sidered epidemic In a few days, we trust compact Republic- "Dug"-Fmk I
and the
wHl return to her frt love, that par hole of the brig Trenton,which had reached we shall have the opportunity of recording I We against want no new party,the let it Consti come Recovery or Ireland, and all the rt of the boys a well as the : you see a female rise early

$I ti which has ever stood by her interests St. Johns Bar bound for New York. The the fall of rain which will probably load to a from whatever source it may.-Washington The Journal of Commerce gives some Ele we edit I" get breakfast and do up her mother's workin

3 of black frost,but until vegetation is thoroughly very Interesting facts i in reference to the season and then sit down to
otwithstanding th attempts our opponents captain and crew were brought up to town Sentinel, Sir John ."r Jkl.'"llemalns Discovered. sew or knit
to persuade her of killed, our absent friends would do went present condition oIvelammd. I says: depend upon it aba will make a good wife.
p iron-working ycmr and a legal investigation matter NEW YORK, Oct 20.
th IUId exercise a little patience and remain From a Letter of.If. GaUlardet la Courier duEl "That has
. ._* that tMgwere her true-her only There being no evidence adduced to war- they arc, "Discre Unit, Oct. I I America the contributed most A dispatch has been received at Montreal TIrE 31EX1CAX Itvozo-nzox.--Tho Mexican -

_ friends. S found them out then-and rant their punishment, they were discharged. tion i the better rclctingtht Mean Pursued S0l1e by a ad Sickle at of t.yoni Amer.. successfully that at one to time hopeless recovery of Ireland of depression from- (Canada.) from Sir George Simpson, consul at Npw York has communicated -

) wbenIntbefatnresheshaUbecaUednpiwr lean" 8py-.nfernc. (disorganization degradation st.t which I Governor of the Hudsons Bay Terrtol., to the Press dispatch, just received

on t render verdict at the polls it will Sir John Franklin and his ExpdlUon PARIS, 28.Mf. like rnado her the curse end the shame oi giving a full, and melancholy from New Orleans, to the effect that thp
b STEAMER Sr. steam NEW Spt Suto who ono ho: of of Sir John so-called revolution
-Ill that she declared the world TiE JOHsThi 2.I the hero England, is a fact that will now admit of no discovery rlains Mexico is entirely a$
t h t er, under command of her popular master, Further details of tho discovery te much cmy ( has offered an asylum to Franklin and the company under his com- an end.
I er indignity as no
I W her base decciveris caught again-and Capt. Freeborn, arrived here at D early remain of Sir John Franklin and his party 6 or. Paris some days tspute.mlrc popu1ttion without which mane who, from'the facts accrtic J53T: John J, Crittclldenjr. a son of

ic tt Wir Abolitionism and Know have been rive. These aunt h rech'e with it is rdundt were starved t d'ath in. the Governor Crittandcij, died at Frankfurt,
hour or
all of the (same on yesterday morning, bringing th leave noboubt 11. Sicke ping advance mor tha probable it recovery, L850 near Fox the vicinity of the Kentucky, on the Cth iJStanLOrdc
oChe his could have t
a on any never
emU. U. S. Mails from Savannah. The Welalca, Indians state that way, through toWs North Pole. I'
correct they
too, seems to have been being His stay in tho last mentioned city has I boon effected the last seven years "
: Oho .uc learn will arrive in ----- z:3? have been received a
we not on Sunday, consequence met a party of 8uri\or dragging this has been )
forty been harked by an incident showing the receiving the poor Death of .
paths political virtue and chos- I countr a Revolutionary Patriot.Onp fit
Grosport, Virginia, to out tho United
f This
t and sold
' of undergoing repairs. boats, was J long Irish of
cries affection sas importance which tho police of al countries rate abut ,O a fca.Out of the few remaining States frigate Falmoutli for
tty by Whig for fugitive before the bodies They participants immediately
t ----- -- -- dicver. attribute to him hi tho party .\ a million and a 1C of popula
and their eternal Capt. of the steamer were told by Roger?((1)) vessels revolution in the American Revolution has closed his sea.
= swearing z. Frnd te laving[ with difficulty obtained a landing, hI during that short found a
Tengence on the poor toreigr The Marion died wth th Yelow Fever on the had been crushed in the Ice, som found the he was accosted by a personage who very homo in our happier land-prio very early of career Hollis, prsnt"ek. Dr.Williamlisle last F 3TScandal. like a kite, to fly well de-

I .lection there has rut t choic of St. Marys river a few days since. Lies were they buried also,and state others that were the rankly avowcd that ho was an agent of the population which cul scarcely find subsistence at the advanced age I. 92 years.Tue&y deceased ends greatly on the length of the tale i$
members ; bt and inquired in what hotel ha was of any their own country, born in has to
was July His father
twenty-one plc
o CongsGid- THANKSGIVING.-His Excellency Governor were turned over. lodge and how long ho would r and which was felt a an incubus, and did Dr John Hale die 16. carry.The
was of Cil-
the number this intelhigence -
who surgeon
dings among who are Broome the The persons brought The American indeed constitute a canker the /
h appint Thursday, Indians main at Lyons. minister upon Unit }ey's New-Hampshire regiment, and the term "grass widows' arise
from the
to the Nebraska Bill, the Fugitive 2 day of Novembr, proximo,as a day oi ,number nod purchased of articles taken from the a evaded this question and refused to answer vingdom. We gave them liberty, prote subject of this notice joined the American from the fact that the nusbands are rovx

t. ST LW and forir T Know public thanksgiving, a will bo seen by his large him, but he soon perceived that he was fol- tion and a omforble tvcliholcin army in 177. Ho was then a medical student big blades. _
bie His and himself then to; which theyhami'
; companion en
Kothhtgs were on b course, and gave lowo. agtmcure but 15 years of age. He continue -
which in MORAL
proclamation we publish AXIOM.What beautiful
malicious in tho strangers their a thing
z. We clip the of the pleasure making al afford in the
tk connected with
; their chums folo\vingnotio the med-
new political big The
a lin ed them army is a rosy cheek! How great tho contrast
cotumn man by going to visit opportunity not only} helping '
Democrat, however, showed fight, but the Florid Election from tho New York Tri'lune. wak subcrbs.immediately the counry. themselves, but of assisting ,o their I three )'c. For two-thirds of a when the blush settles to the nose!-Greq
; J53T: The vote 1 In at the recent We hope our Whig friends will not th Whie century he was a esteemed physician in Gun.
friends oCisms overpowered them. Pennsl ; Mr Soule, apparently without attention poor relations and friends whom they h his native place. Ho was permitted to live _ _
also, h gotten pretty nearly election for Sntor and Representative tko i amiss, a we are free to confess, that allowed a paper to fall on which left behind. The amount of money snt and the growth and extension of zThe Augusta Board of Health

". I and been playing some stood thus: condemnation from th Tribune i a high h" hod written, in pencil marks, "Misera- back from this country to Ireland by her that country wte, in whoso cause ho enlistedwith report 1 death from ypllow fever for the 24

Gft t h Senator-Wright, ( ) 115; Hall, complement to them: bin spy,you lose you steps and your pains," poor emigrants for the assistance of their all ardop and enthusiasm of his hours ending on tho 21st at o'clock P. M.
Wig th
queer pranks something
- .1 i The picked the and onncxions there, is of the most
A of isms like that (Dem.) Cl; Nicholson, (Know Nothing "Ford they say has gone "Democra- spy quickly abashed up pp lag which on her st early ad tow close of his long
U unprecedented majority not was sufficiently in i Be- phenomena strange clC pre and useful life, were by t feU/m in the jail wishes he had
: wt ut in Ohio and Whig) 177.lprJai'e.. less votes. Augustus E. -Maxwell I (ore returning to Lyons the two Americans, sents. I is ascertained, through tho mo- bounty the dys to chr the smallpox, so ho could 'break out' Ha .

do its work mishtef Pennylm I .-Lymxa W. Rowley, tl1 0 t Congress over GOT. I losing their patience a iittlo, walked direct' ium[ of Anglo-American banking houses) perilled their all in defense gave its thoe has tried everything else,he says,but can't '

; heretofore staid and virtuous o Hoosier i State.t (Democratic Know Noting)"235; Ynies- Thom a Legislature to match Iy up to tJlei inveterate '. ad I tht from tho year 1848 t 1853 tho amount [ Trans. 19A.ho lbrticB0to come it ___
Sonic him with look of such on gradually increasing from
: who will return David L. Yulce ilr. ) a gone
(a disciple abut had difficult -
114.J53CThere Daniel Webster a
Bet tra (Whig) J53J once
: two or three Nebraska Democrats arc I of Calhoun) to the U. S. Senate place ofJaeksonMortonwhoisclassed contempt that the man dropped his eyes, two millions and a half to upwards of A correspondent tho Washing to and a verdict was ren

. elected to Congress-the residue of the delegation are a tieln Dado county as i South and then, almost on his knees demandedtardon trillions of doll a year! A return now ton Union say that "Kansas is ono of the dered cause against plead his client. Ono of the wit

. being !fuiion-ism-itts.. We had for to&tho Legislature at I ern Whig" of the school of Badger and for having but fulfilled h duty. bfor n total of 4,351,000 sterl most gtorou magnificent-looking coun- nesses came to him and said-

- : Loped ro better things from but Representative election Temple Pent received six tern Dixon. We are not aware that Mr. Mor He then complained of his misery and'showed ng alone that pro;the amount .for tho tyer tries th WQrId You see every whereat ") .Webster,if I had thoughtwo should
Indi ever a to any a penitence apparently so sincere rturn bin once, t nw ru. white dots (tribes) have lost the case I might have testified a
; : being disappointed, we t & evic devoto' hat the two travellers took him for sterling er of 14p
r DW i votes, a did also Dr. Borron. Whig whatevr, ho did guide S\"e indicate t Jtlcnnt. In this ditc deal moro than I did.'
hopes that.h will first favorable for the Nebraska and extended him Christian pardon dollars. in five have these they tho great lawyer
t th what he could Iniquity. t T1 ye Jie ear" 'It is of no consequence{replied the
cpportonity t berselffrom the cm- l Tr two brothers named Wash- Between of Whigs and the mice I ought to say that on hearing this .lade poor ablo t Ive of their acrous a going up, 6me well the jury did not believe a word you
tease of the Congress-one from Maine tb for the lent the Minister of affairs took arnings and send back the Tho, river as
y suspicious crowd into whoso n i school of we prefer successof Forelg old'cntr fihe Ka i ul said.1
poltc _
_... .
pains inform Mr. means of a tw millions and : and -
tacit the sndthaotherfromluinois. A third broth the matters in a better t abu nty.n thre quart to more Jm.provenient -I
: inadvertantly Cn lttr. put bird person, that ho was wholly a strangerto of dol A calculation ha been would make fit for constant A MODEL CLERK.-Young man.-?I called -
candidate a man sco
! Ktxt month be held laKew cr i now a for-Congress mVai what shape without, 8 twisting his brains may in wbt i Bueh measureswhich exclusively the made tht i: these sums to have stot To i Btoq'stt to sec about tug clerkship you advertise .

Torkaod other Noe States,whonr \ mots. Florida hosdonoas she' t h, resortof the dct been over by the emigrants ,of six Del I 1Jiton edMTscIit"

expect to hear a tittle more JCST Jai Brown, whets elected she is prepared to do a good deal bet plc. month to about twenty dollars transmit- i's i ,wan ting. Soil can't b better OJd Gsn>r-.BIIein!' Jlare you a gold
ml t utl The properly he aroused I sufficient watch and chain fast horse a diamond,
Hurrah for police might by quite fotwjthstanding .scarcity
thunder. Its c egt-
efct however, 1 b to the Assembly from Washington county i t. Fordr''r tha simultaneous arrival ministersof t wh (Q betransnlittcd wp eav a,steam saw-mill going up. tbrJ png. s& suits of dothesabu11dog&thOu

loose the o t South from ti clawed as aW&fr-yct i i said that be supported Trotting )lt mile the Unit States hx Paris. These areMessrs by P\Tt had t dry the ; sand cigars,a cask qf brandy,and on ossort-

(resent lethargic state, and cause to Maxwell for CougreBSgoes i strong three in i 120 Oa.t Rome,Daniel 6-019 Turin wholo lost j JC3C* The Vote on the Prohibitory i J merit of ca ca1"i"

: roH/ai around the standard Car the Nebraska Bin, support a Democrat Ion 'Temple UTe Waters, came off O'SUITa Ibo'Bclment from the cot Ireland, practically pays iho expenses C1Or Law :hi :Pennsylvania; bo .ctw. Young man.-*Tcs,sir,got 'em all"Old ,
m J York a Madrid withoitcounting to, the The majority against law thus (Gen'Then youll suit. My other
Democracy u the ark their saltation for U. I in favor aU.o o We1wt at 't. &J r ofnb ertio Unit Stt U
o S a. of Mr. who,',is" expected ; ) a degree IT Is 874. The 10.counties ,to ,hear clerk furnished himself with }those
and 11p the tu deep-toned that the' "White" Douglas''fornezi President. Cten itrajght For Tuae' wo. London, DqJ of tho.Amer-1 in the' v ( Ireland w the :sadyo1ditkQ rom-,are expected to.give fl3OlitI5OVthS things flow the tillj so M yog ore.supplled,

fil&Biits taj \(riandi fusiOnUts, will against the wor,1! -- el11n 20! t 233- le fz fefption a t the French .eour|. .'-The, into r'o ,she had. *txkm"? ,J .l-.-, -' '" lo: -_- n' TO save,expense.QtlilfurihlI .". .: ,'

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-T IST'OP- LETTERSia R JUIN1JiC i ; ,A'8*xe Remedy., la the: ;Circuit Caartf ef tHttnui bout t1 ."Apo 1 -y lTea' } SaTauab Medleil Caflegi.

# = k1 the Poet Office of JaekmrffiacB. the, Isi.I If yw are trotbkdvttb a Cold Cah.Iroeree I Eastern Circuit FlerWa.- '. i 'ZE3IQ1SM'Ij,

October 1351. i I spurn, Br.fhTHs,ar any nffectioa of the Lan-s or Anthony. .Rabin, ,KxeeRtor f1l the last WBI aDd : Depository JL Do pXtofThsot7 sail !ssd&1s

A Loyd Wm. 0. Throat,ywa are eot be'a. trial .1 STA.BLER Testament of Goirad Van Dwhkiv latent said Removed U ,tbe Heir Store ia ft... of. .
,Andrew Thomas Loadiatt}.Francis 3 'SANQDTAECURBIJXPECTORATwhthlsresflywhdk County,deceil-t Gaaplainaat.A. .-' Da1I.n .opposite Dr flaldwI.n'sOtfice P.M Kottecc I.D.Plot of- Iiqtrlr

: -- Andrews W. J I profeasee be, a "gowmoJIdne. .A.VanDuiOon ethan,the Beta and Croii 'WoDTlUe. W.O.Bruises 1'.
I Andrews O.W. Morris 3rIN..Elfcn ." If U were sot neb it would act have tun of**id Estate Defendants.A ., Ie aDd CbiaIZ.' -
fr. Andrews W.S.B MeIniaDuct.B.IL reeehe4 the decided sad warn aproval of sume 01 'JTIInE bpi ehaitalIargs 'nu
5THONY ROBING Executor aforesafc! 1LL.1J u.Lx
M cleetedas uctacat rSEGC9 ,
McDermott James
the taut-& intelligent sail
kigh-mladei .A the tide vi .
filed EU Bill Chancery Lw
having on
Batista Antonio McKay a.w. the who have been made AND crrpfTPAT : 'rIrLir.5lTh afX
phTuMaas country thin Court suggesting. the probable insolvency : fnf.*f lasttotw -
Bellers Mrs. Mary Martin R.Co with the from which it to 4
acquainted recipe compo f Ml Estate:-It W Ordered That all person baring Always received ly the bt arrivals,warranted ca..
', CharlesBrawen Marry,Capt.Charle nd, u.l who say that "It will effect'nor claims against the MM Estate u Creditors or ctlerwisc freIi and genuine.. Al\ I ..TT.HOWJLRJ, }L BvPr oCAaatowy.J. -

M. J.2 Moslfcy, Barley ILMcGovcm g, M.D, Pro of Patfefetieal JUato

Brown J. A. M. Thomas which the euoatry is amyotestimony Uu Court in and fOr the sail county of Putnnn, Lamps Uuraing Fluid *e<. my,and DeawxwtwOor Aaatoarr.J. .
Rain Edward Mu3enJohnE.Mortimer tech eaa be shown hi favor of SuWer* ei
as eta or before the twrnty-Gfth day January, A..D. which win be ioU low fur each. .J. Wasr, AjBiitaatTefaoQit fc r
BaReltI ).Jails ,Charles F. Anodyne Cherry Expectorant, sat S1'A LER'S: Iad that thw notice be published in win Country orders solicited and punctually attended AWIIIT.

i-tL rtITii Bland JohnBarronRobt.A. Mary Alexander DIARRHCEA CORDIAL, could DeTer be pnxln Newspaper in this Circuit once a week until the to. Iltyaiciaas*pretcriptioBi I,11tsp with care anti lEGt"L.\1t Cwm of Lectern. this lfc
Mcor; J. W. red unless they wen rtallf and truly Hgnul mcdicinea. expiration of said period. TilE .will coauaenee .the ftrA I Bishops, W. 8. U S. S. Moores John W. ." Therefore we advise to make trial or
you Given under hind at Chambers: this nine- November,aad terminals ia the ft Jtmjat Maitiu
Batcheldcr, CapL S.3 McGowan Charles them, with confidence. See descriptive pamplets, tccnth ale r.f July, A. I), $. Agent for the New York Pckia Tea Company. Preliminary kxtaren win b* delivered from KINK
1itcw Boston John Mainder, J&IIIOIIV.. to be Md of tho agents. Price of each only Scents (. !;,1 WILLIAM A. FORWARD, Tea of direct importation and of 21 varieties,from day.the loth day of October untIl the

Blossom, Thomas Morgan Martin per bottle or six bottle for 12 50. Judge ofVu Circuit Court q U. a 1-4 to 1 Ib. Inn package all warranted and at meat of the Regular C e.f which aoai adaLiticas*
5h Brewer,S. O. Martin Edwin S Address, E. A.STABLER A Co, Eastern Uirottt of Fiorui. extremely low fee win be reqaired. Stndeats have free .
C N Baltimore, 31. D. Country Dealers supplied, by order- Ward cube SavaaaaHorpittL
to the Medical sad Surgical
I HEREBY CERTIFY that the above tree
CarterKcnariIl oOTohies W. PCarnaichel ASETT u .
orphan leg accompanied with Cash. This eittnuive charity tIer the e4kalco&tzul
J. D. 0 Dr.IT. Baeon. St Msry Ga. copy of the Order on ile in my office.
GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS PLANTS Ic. of two members sObs Faealty,*y*aea
Clinton C. M. Odora, W. O. Thomas McMillan, Jacksonville Fin WIT*ESS, my hand mod th/a Seal of office, at the Ia.
also always kept on hand. clinical lectugears Jettvenx atUSMattaJhltfV
Court H- Sn Pal tka this RUth dy of July A.
Coward Anprew M. Oguire, Wm.She&ewie, '& FU. juse JII11 8-tt T. McMILLJlX.Lady's they have ample ofporruaity for learaiajj netitat
m Coward Andrew W. 2 OUveroa Juha B- oct 7 \. 171 East Bay Charleston S. C. D,19JI. S.GLINSKI, medicine at the College CUnqae,which kt 9f<*data
Clerk C. C. Cu.
Cordin, Stephen U. Obcrlander, Christ July29-fim.! if efPaitai
ly patients.Duriag
The "Buffington House Carter, Joseph Ostjcn Richird Give Ibem a Trial. Insolvent NoticeSvita Young Seminary. the past session apwardi of jhr* *"*-* f

Curnsn Thomas 1' Mercenary person have in m many instance! or Fuminv, } eases were prescribed, sad ever shut? SeglU 4
Clark CaptConllon P-irker, John S. succeeded in foisting npxn the community worthless JJural. dJY" operatives perfomteit the iiceeanrf- Wfl1 leaUwttheCliaMua.
County of
Enger, Pellpgrwe, Ole 2 preparations, claiming for them great medic ) Mofssial rWAaatoariraliveatU
J ckso o, '1x'1cLa, Chamblcss, Fred.2 Porker, G. IL virtues that a great many individuals refn'e to POLLYXY JUNES, Adifliuistrofrix cf f- TIlE MISSES KERWICICfmm S vann a,'l'1cdf"Uy gallons wilLie abundantly wippriedv Feett JfaU.riculatfcw .
D Perkins John W. .V Junes dcccd, having flied mfonn the inhabitants of J acbG11
Capt. take any thing not santnned by a pbiirian.I $5 1 Fall Cearre of Lectures,i05
THIS well known HOUSE situated on the corner of Xcwnan Dupont, Mrs.Jane V. Parish Hiram This sanction hM been bestowed upon I. in my o5oc a written suggestion of the UUD!vtnrf .' ill and its vicinity that they intend opening aSCII inonstrator$10 5 OraJut$30. lee farther be.
Dnnbar, Q&L C. Fatten Wm. B.Pwneroy AXODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT anal : I said Estate; This fa therefore to entity aQ per (>ML on the Lit September, for the instruction format kin addie

and: Adnm* street, within a few rods of the Post Office, and Drew, Led 3 A. C. DIORRU D. B 5 the!,, duly proved nnl authenticated, to tin Ej H!h Education.
I Dunning,Mrs.Marjrct pomeny instances. Indeed many me lical men who ,
near to the Steam Boat landings, and most convenient to the Drew, Cornclions limner, Mr. know their virtues regularly prestribe the Expectorant JualgoofProhetesufsalICounlyofVuval ua or Terms from &4 00 to 93 00 per Quarter. Ornamental Dying and Renovating Eatablbehet.

Churches has just received a new COAT and has been renovated I Dowling, Mrs. Anlolia Pain,Miss.Prue in eases of Coughs Colds and dii>eie* uC I before tha first day oat March next when there will branches extra.l 73 Fort-rf- tht Ctmrt Haw
Broiling, John Mis R-tchcl A. the respiratory organ, which conic under their I bq a pro-rats di tril>uttai of the fund belonging to ff Young ladies from the country (pupils)can ., near I

from top to bottom with every convenience, is now in perfect Bowling, W. PigS, Travis 2 care. And in all diseases of the bowels, too, root I said Estate, :anvjnrpt the CrelUun thereof. 1'e accommodate with board,at tho house formerly s.\, A.'iS..UI GEO. ThrrUESebscTberSuItobispSLXecieS'I
R \tirecss hairf, Mid the seal 01 I Mr. 73 323 Established $.
DukesWG. ae Diarboja Cordial is ribltcl by them with the my ocruyioj by .
order. The Table will be under the superintendance of an experienced Drake, Edwin Reed AronRutherford utmort confidence ia its beneficial effects. live ESJLL.1] told ColIn of Probate, this the (

Housekeeper and shall not be surpassed by otherin DUckson,51ckkMDewess Samuel 2 these excellent medletnes a trial. Sea descriptive 5tdaycAngustA4h-, 18&4. BV KOVAt LETTERS PATENT. 1 for their continued",1ioaId IbM tb *,"
any Miss V..b, Rosenblatt 4 Brothers 3RiAn pamphlets be had gratis of the agents. Price FELIX L1VING "l"ON'. THE HYDEOHAOESr addition to the Improvements ia Dytof aeqmire4
this climate. The Proprietor has determined, that his exertion p AVTlllaraR.xlger only 50 cents for each,or six bottles fur 92,50. Judge f4 Pri balca cf Duval County. oa by him during his last visit to raglaad aa4 8eoU.

Fain, Mrs. K. A. Capt John L. ang?G 5m_ WATERPOOF ANTI-CONSUMTINE land has male arrangeiaentiferexteadaVUa
to merit the which shall be bestowed him ,
patronage upon French, Mrs. Roberts BcryRkhard Hew Store Hew Goods business by which he b now enabled to Dye a peak
shall ba without regard to trouble or expense. Forster, CapL Lewis in,James Sabseriber having Just returned from the I. MeUobert Oork 80108.w.nrrAt'Tra. er variety of Colors on SOt aad WooT> Dresaaa
Farcira, Francisco Rolin, Frank ATTORNKY: I.AV SOLICITOR IX \ BV Shaflj tf which he trade will generally pleats all
.L ,
I- A LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House with Ruwell Martha North is maw prepared to furnish the Citi BR.VDU1Y & .
good Frohork, Milton 2 rend of Jacksonville eel the sonrronnding Country ChANCERY: NOTARY PUBLIC IIARCOURT, CO. who may farce hiss wit their potroangs.Gentlemen's

Hordes and c:1rri:1 cThe Western leaves this House French, ShopperdFona S with the largest anal best assortment of 44 Market-SL, Mtnchcster. Oarmentf Dyed,Cleaned or Beaovrated
Stage John S.UIW ) Lydia ANDCuminfairwr Principal Warehouse 102 \ ( tr", Ctuap- as may be required, ia the same swpetioe-
Good Hat Uiabrellas
noon after the! arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. Fol*>m, S. M. 2 Smith Henry ,, Walking Sticks,, C'nt, Caps Bag, ., />r the Atlantic and Gulf side London, England. American Establishment style which baa generally so much pleased AM .pa-.
FUl'IUm, L. M. Sadrk-k. WilljMiiunicrlin I }. 33 Ann-Strett & 102 &.Street, Xeic tronsandfriendL
Oct. 21 IS-jl-Cm S. BUFFINGTON. H John Boots, Shot, lifters, Ac, .te. Slide Bleached and Pro fav
ever brought into East Florida which be will en- s aug.5-Iy York, ? S. Ladle Bonnet Dy..
Green, C. W. Sims Sail Hydromagcn U a valuable discovery forprotecting the most Cublonable styles. Orders from the eoajH-
l''l.t l" da vor to sell oehcap, that the/t/ Skill ITuil
____ i C.11. Thomas nell, John W. 3 cannot unsatisfied. McQueen(! McIntosh 1. the feet from damp or cold and try punctually attended to. Terms aaoderatov
icmrine: John Shroud, Capt J. P. 3 -Tcnns go away CASH OX DELIVERY.J. therefore a preventative of many Lung diseases When parcel are sent by steamboat or ra.llzes4i. 3
E -
I doing Manila Steven, James I. R IPLE\. ATTORNEY AT LAW, tcitlaord allY dUC/Qrill fdalcrU'. The Hydromagcn word fboald be sent him by letter thromga the.Pi

WATCHES JEWELRY SILVEB WARES I Griffith, (;urge Sctpn,Jeo.S. Bay Street 2 door east of Bisbcc A Canua.Oct. Jacksonville. K:; F. bin the form of a sole, and worn inside the boot or rt OCce so that he may know where to call (Jo
Oanignc, \V. J. f Smith Andrew :7-3t shoe. I medicated character is a powerful antidote them.

Gary, LeiGoodwin Smith, O.ipt. D\id B. II. Pearson to disease. jelLS ALEnnEROALLOWAY.
XD 4 4'r
. II. Stewart John D. FROST & BOULTER I For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable,warm ""
H Smith IL IL ATTORNEY AT LAW.Jacksonville. .. and healthy wear in the coldest rainiest weather GREAT MAIL ROUTE

: Fancy Goods.GEORGE"FLAGG Ulster, ML Susan, Scott W. W. General Commi&Moii Merchants, Fla. as the foot cannot become wet if the Ilydromagen FROM CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK
Hall, Jamest..ciun, Mini Sally I is inserted. Ladies may wear the lightest soled
101 Slate Street Button Mruu
\' HilUurd, Miss M. F.Howct Sinclair, Capt D. Felix Livingston, boots or shoes in the moet inclement weather with e8

Capt. .hoZcld, J.>hn pay rtr'n ami prompt attention to sales t impunity; while Consumption, m prevalent among
Ual't. Aa Sonnet Jahn : LUMBER TIMBER COTTON and I A1TOBITEY&COUNCELLOR AT LAW, the young of our country may be thwarted by Through Fare front Charleston to WHmingtoa, QO

. Harris, W.!S. Smith, Win. T. other Southern 1'rudocc. Jacksonville, E. F., their general .lultiflD. They entirely supersede Wnmington to Baltimore .- .- .- 13 W
14 U)
, Harvey, Joe Saiith Benjamin oct 7-tf' R. B. BOULTER. \1 TILL attend 1>> any professional business en- ortr-shoet, as the latter cause the feet to perpire Wilmington to IliiUdclphU, -
J\ckscnvil.1c Ens"t F1.oridn ,V traced, to in the Court of the Eastern Wilmington to New York - &OO
Harrington, Eli-ha Smith, John G. hija in a very unhealthy manner; and, besides are not
WOUL1 reIbeetftLl.inform! tl.o citizens of this place and Furrounfling country, that IIiginl"otbom,D. J. Snowball, J. C. White Lead J White Lead I Circuit, and >>f tho :ujircnio Court<>f Taillaht o. I dangerous wear to pedestrian in icy weather,like With a choice of route between Weldoa- sad Bat

ho has a -nin (11 efled at his old stand Hardis, DocL [FannicSallas, G. IL 0000 Kegs pure White Lead at 8 cents per Ib. lIe bad also Itt l ai> a h.mUftcoa* curmettion with india rubber. While the latter cause the feet to timore. leave the South Carotin
Hendcnon, Clarissa andSmith, D. s4.2OUOKegsXu.1do do at 7 cents per I IU an able Lawyer At Washington City,as will ensure appear extremely largo,the Ilydromagen beinga TWO
NO. 1 HOLMES BLOCK Harvall, A. J. Shannon SamuelThorapsanMus The aim forms a beautiful brilliant white superior a prompt anti speedy ojlectkin vf *"<;h claim as mere thin slice of cork prepared peculiarly placed .. Depot, Line street Caarletoa feDytat7AM.and434P
be placed in turf hands against the UnitcStatca. < increase the size of the M, arriving Wilmington.
T in Far pale may inside does not boator
Henderson to
CaptHannor by
now use.
whh a lan.0 nnd well It-ctcd stock oft any
North Carolina 3 A 31 and 2 l'3Lb.J raeseagera
r E. IL Ann JaneT JohN COMMIXS, Sole Agnnt _July_ cause the foot to appear until;. To Children theyare
J' :
ffi'l1 Nd ; 2lJ1. ID the second train will travel over the WUatiag
Don o. .t;., ")j "J 'r'-.J Ju.t, j D "U li.fg "IJiJ.lQm Hern, Ua A 1J Hall, Win. Th<)mi.w, .Alfred "j7":: If in any case this .id proves uns tbfac- exercise with comfort and healthy effects. Their 6 A 1C sad 2
mintoD two trainj are djfpatched. at
J Tre.-ij'er.C. H.Tiramonii tory, it will be taken back, and all expenses paid. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LATV. expense U so slight as to scarce need mention; be- W.
P..D-Jr'ey Q-OcGS PM the Crt train eocneetia at .
I Johnson, J. E. TJiiinothy Jac naciitt Flii-, sidc, three who patronize them will(nil their yearly only
,. Tvuich the ni ut'nu: of thtTuMic i i.- invite Goods direct from J"melV'. 2 ductvr't dim.inihtd North Carolina with the Seaboard sad Boaaok
: Getting my the Johnson, E.Thonp Notice to Mariuer attend t\any profe&fmal bnsincs en bill muefi thereby. to Baltimore
Railroad thence steamers
New York .U.:1tIr tutvrI asa jin-pared to olli-r my customers inducements, l both asnr4s I Johnos, John Thuuiv,Jaiqe' lI NEEDLES CIIVX.NEL EXTJl.VSCE TO POKTS- WILL ell t J him in the Courts of the Eastern As the Hydromagcn U becoming more known its ant to both Norfolk trains connecting by at WcUna witl|

I ttlo I .III j rkv. that caiiu.d Ill' !urpn";il in Charleston or Savannah. Jacques, Mrs. Elisabeth Ti#tn, Mir" Haaruih MOLTII.Pearork's Circuit, and tac Supreme Court at Tahb.- sate u increasing to an alcvwt incredible extent the ; route through .Rkhawod,aa4Washington.
.\tuf. I K Thomas, Joseph lie htn nLouth aa a lvanUgo U conne-'. with LIst! year In( London Manchester, Eirmin iiam, upper wtthj
: as.surtment be foun I' iay
may I Knight, }I. A. AV Rfue Buoy-Beacons. an ablo\"er:1t Washington City a.will ensure Liverpool,Glasgow Leeds, Dublin Paris,Antwerp, the line to Philadelphia and New York.

BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT D\, NAPKIN Kenu.IJ",Janics 2 Well', Cfurtcs! Orricivi. informatioiihas been received this a prompt nn-i pcedy collection of such claim ai H&mbnrgh, and Berlin, our sales reached ,",- Public are respectfully informed that.tbe. Eae*
m\U CHILD1 EX'S SETTS Ac .. L Will, Andrew bo placud in hu hauls against the United 450 pairs of corks & ., This year the number
LLVESS. Ml I Office that the Red S. W. Buoy of the Slungta on are in Cr FI\E COLD 1.\TIXT
( jenclo-1,) Julia that.Aa'a. .
Weaken MM. wlli far
Lull \\. K. 2 ,
.4 1.T.\"lItt.; .. .4 Constantly .* hind lUll made to order from pure the western side of the Xeeddles Chaise: an.1 them State.__july-3 surpass their of their value management of trusty and experienced Cnndaeton
I Limes J.uiies 2 Wet Merlin the Faculty opinion asa
.4 L.MIXKilli:-. ,, coin, aol warranted 3tI.. ZI : k Buoy i-n the southern extrumity uf the Spit J. B. tokcr pre\entative for Corona COLD, BROSCHITU and the steamers from Nvrfulk to Baltimore are
Leruy, off South-sea Castle at the entrance to Ports-
I able and uperieueedC1ereb.J. eommaaj ta
navigated by
"i wiihoc! hjntin"ea-es) IlrJI and >
( CoKsrvrnof.Mes's
H. Zyhtr:1I ASTHMA
Lcinhaa-i ( ( ATTOnNUY AT I
mouth harbor have been reinovel and that their
n.\"c 1'1Iun: :i.5, du. h.. I Sue 35 CETTS. ,securing both safety anti 4eap&ICb.Through
Penotu viniiih uny of Coo "boi e letters will by Peacock's Refuge Bnoyleaon1. j.ilv-7 Xttcnantrult, K* lymUhTBradford pr. pair, win ba
4. 1>. .\CHE1. ,t.. d.. the cflel.rateJ Manufactory of Ooo. \Vostenh -I places arc now occupied L.VDIES' do. do 30 do. Paieengers and tfcair baggage
4' Lll'LVli8, .:.. .1.. *.!m .t Sit; c n>itin; of I please say tl cy are 110 UertU I or tlj'v niiy not INn' i Misses' do 23 do. sent from one Depot to the other free of chary

From ssl i-inktrs, wLicli will l loe warroitclgowd KKET KNIVE-J, SCISSORS, SHE.IRSFANCY get thorn. _WILLIAM OK0THK I ,._P M. ThfaC Buoy-beacons, whkh are constructed ofrun. NOTICE.-From the Retail Prices tie make a along the a
time Let' are rendered very ooojpiriiwuj by their largu .A'rT..HXI' AT LAW Through! Tickets to Wilmington North Caro&aa.
|*rs. lL\Zlllt; k 81OU ItCWARU.PROCLAMAEION liberal allowance to Jobbers Wholesalers,
size, pright position and omi al fnune-work. .,1 that storekeeper make a fine profit on can bo"r.fhf a F. fULKEK,Ageat tIC the Seat
JEWELRY.GULb The > >cr part uf the frame-work is terminated : =:1 so any may Caroliar Railroad Company,Line street,Charleston
GOODS Ui i 11 1: {: 1" J"I 35 f EAT ?, their sale, while they are an article tint' may be
triangular glass reflector, which in the Beacon South Carolina and to Baltimore Philadelphia ew
ln s-in. .J iy a Allivaiu, "aaA XiirnonttUle, Flu. in store class of goods ,
(:\ > FOnXD VF57 CH.XINSCIIATKLALVS. Such as CIIIUV( !, POlITE 1JOXIES, ACCOUD10XS oI on the .Shingles u 20 feet and in that of the kept any among any New York,at the Office uf the Wilniagtoa sad Ra.
WILL attend 'mltI t>>all bifeinegs entru.te'ltothem. Fur term, apply to
LOCKCTS, IIKACELCT 1'tIJoTlIElaIXnIX: AND I BJlMTj.. K. BROOM COVEXOR Spit-sand 1 1 feet above the water. .p IIARCOURT BRADLEY CO,, leigh Railroad Company, WUmqigtoD, N.C.

1.J..ClI.: (]'f.Ii::1': KII O, E.L.", OThER KXT1UCTS, FANCY SOAPS. : OF THE STVTE OF LORID.UWHEUEA There M a refuge deck or platform round these X. ItnlT. 1VITR I H. BBYDFOEC, 33 Ann Street, Now-York.S" Forfnrther information apl'lyto E.B.STEYENJ
III.UluX 1.1.; ;.. 1LI1U.I: ISa. 1'APIER.MACIIEE. JEWEL CASUS 1 ttoyi, with a seat ami rail about two feet above I Agent,Chariest JS.C- july-14
has teen furnlnhci .
ROSEWtlODWfiRKBOXES. Infjruiatm 05ie at '!lif! t<>r. | OEee at Xewnoiuvillc

tiJU, TiIi ..jl.E.Llt\: PORTABLEWRITIF I the Slaerifafltcrnau1-, County, thiitCHA1UMCKJ 'I the "lIrf.loo of the water. I July 7 L TILE CHEST. Jgg Sfeehanics,Inventors and M anal aetarera,"
', JoY.I.
\"fJ; ?!.''II hi TTOVIF SEI.P1I. ilrtrg .il't the innrdcr P051TIOX.
: 'I-. ( i rj.sCIULOIUN *! liESKS, L >. .31LnUtx.lI.Phys1.cinn., SIR ASTL.CY COOPER BART. JID ';0. IN CASH, PRIZES. 570.Vutr .
FtI-.rICULK: FAX. COMB. : (>f Th>ni.i.< tinCelil. has ttktnj&itUI.l ) I The S W. Bnoy-beacon nf tli Shingles tics inS
nr.'Ur: .. J: ; : 1:1': (,:. I BRUSHE.S, THERMOMKTEK now a fugitive from jiiatu-e -. Dtln.ra water, one uiile wr-t i-f the tail <>f i : the eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a TEX or ryt SciMrmo AXXSIOM.

(,411." ,'t:. r r l' !.i;: .II ;\ L .". \.. >. cniLimrA's'- .Youtherefore I J.\MK> II: P-ltfiO1,!, Governor i the -b"ttl; iU marks being the B.1 Beacon 03 hu i ttUe from appoMte th* Duf valuable Icgv-y to the world in his coinmencesontho lath of September. besuefy

", 1'1.\\; A'..lJErr 1.1\.iS', TOY, TEA BELLS, : of thcSutc of ii !",. .1.) hereby offer a Hurt Point in one with the High Light-hou. E.N' H.rewtJ'IItl. -" t, hi. dwelling on r1TtIit1 t1 Great Prcreutatlre Consumption. devoted to the advancement of the iaterests of If.

! L' .I''I'r Ala' !'!>.>, ..c. Together Kith \'ari"lIJI..ther articles too numerousto reward of one huri'Iru d'-liarb fur the apprehension E., anti the Middle Needle Bock in ono with I' e"r1Ira. -gytt'a._July I -ly ASP c/tan lea, lnretiors,Mavuijiscfisrcrsaad Farwurm,
sail Chirrji'-k J .li an-l his safe delivery he Needles! S. E. E. M H UNFAILING ernE FOR PULMONARY
-.lLVE1VAilE.. mention.X. of Sfli [ Light-hoiue, by and is edited by men practically skilled ra the arts
I: B. CLOCKS, WATCHES, and JEWELRY, I to the Sheriff Uem ''' G nnty.MIN The r.ah.J-oo_on the extremity uf the S'it I S. >. \\illiams, DISEASES. anollC etIC Probably no other journal af thai

Cn1Il'ir.I ti; 1.1.Xh i Es=r.RT VinroturUy retired and warranted, at tke *Hortcztuvt'icc. I .Charnick J. 2h\\ in about five fret kix Saul 1. u moored in 22 f
FOltK: .KLE.l'L>M-iif .VM>Tr14K..VS, Ig" TERMS CASH. [ortSJ-ly' inches Ligjh, about t'entlfuareIr of age stout. between it and the Spit) From this Bcafm Jacksonrille, Flu. Sir A. C, Bart, invented tail advised the use generally esteemed for practical ability. 5eaily >.
:nalt E Vii'-, :.\LTSl' .rrs\lw 1). I I built, a little stoop pbonldercd, dark hair blue I Ij. the inner or eastern Swatchway mark appears roit-tantly on ban and for sale a general of the all the Valuable Patent which issue weekrj

eyes, slow of speech, ronoluto manner, and d.nrDI I half-way between St. P ufs Ckipel aol the west KEEPS asdortucat of MEDICATED CUUSTPKOTECTORrpO from the Patent OSce are Ulustned nitk Efrae

To the Old Settlers of Florida. cast cuuntcntncc. end of the large Chalk Pit, bearing N. by E. 1-4 Gp.uCEnnXJt PROYISIUXS, in ft, aad the cUima of all the Patents are pab
j. Witness band 1 the "rnat .f aihl tho lick Mill lies in with PorUdownx.m.i I all persons of all ages and conJUo&s aj a
3bituarp.DIrtatLn my an C. one I II red regularly in its columns a* they are bewail,
( j T11.IFS: E. MEIEREIate of the General Land h l'auI.1 nft'ubrtl J- certain and a safe shield against consumption
the State Florida, which I ie [>bore, N. K. 1.2 K. I thus making it a perfect Sciumrc ASP MxcnMjrv.CAt .
., Office an.l Pension Office will sell ttcual..u-cr for CASH th.m they can Bronchitis, Asthma. Cough, Cod! and other afiictioca j
WaghingUm, I* C, Ise.tL1] c'I to tie affixo.l hcrtti Doiio at the By order of the Light-House Board : Excrcwr-EDiA of information the aab.jeets .
i i will attend rrrmptly to all tUims antler the Flori-'J, in the city of Tallahassee, Ills THORNTON A. JENKINS, Sec'y. I l IH l.>u;bt eL'\hero in the South. I if the Lunge, which aruo from the exposedstate I of 'JaJuutical Imprcrauntt upon, Ckemetrvt

tb>- ITu: at AnpTirttn's; IV rI li, tin Anuc'l Jocupation Acts of 1942 and 1315. Per- 5tl dl1.f, October, A. D. IS54 TilE\. rn1' DEPAITTJIEXT, Country produce taken in exchange, at lebcra cf the chest accord ing tofaJiion and the Engineering and the Science generally. It iapiUiahcd I
I Ifire
.ktobcT 22J 11 <.r'-//i/-7/r '-"Mr3. lUCIICLWR I e"m wli were settler under the B"i.1ct of 13-12 I JAMES C.: BROOM, ( LiglIIIuuJiJUrr.l, Sept. 5 18:;. i pr-efl. July 8-Iy continual changes rf our climate. I weekly in quarto form suitable for bind

TCOTT Mn.LCt,.:fu-f." =ncd J.3IILLEI ant harm*e-.rai.Iied with the reoairctnentK there. Got-crD'Jt i f Florida.Bytbo C.: L. Oak I "Tho Protector"u simply a chemically prepared rag,and each vulumne contains FOOT Hundred sail<
of, hu: e not received the : i fur, lined with silk and padded, which, suspended
I PATEXTSfortheirlindi Governor-Attest: % "OTIC1': u hereby given that six weeks after I Sixteen Pages of Reading Matter, Several Huailrcd
24 jvar<; Ion in* aa infa{ Liyii,1L cnn hare them obtained or attended to by the nob F. ViLLnmi, Ldote I will apply to the proper office in' .bn JjcLiontUlc, Flo. from the neck,covers the client in to a retuble a I Engravings,with a fall and complete lades.-

Mrs. Inert"ftjI th only ..l\n'itcr.: l r. John I l1t"rihor. ) claims prosecuted fr PENSIONS. Socretary (.f State. ;t<>n City D. C, for the renewal of ciy Bounty KEEPS c!t-intIy on hand a tine a"rt- manner that,once worn, it becomes a neeeatily and I Its circulation on last elaine exceeded 23,000

H"e tcvttur.., ilvu*.. iVt.c: fFl j 1! vn the tucut reasonable tcrnu.BKFFERESCES.. 10th of and sent c IJSrh ch he offers fur sale "The Protector, although but reecntlllntl'OtJared -
.. ---- &>ncd in my favor the June 1832. : u cheap eta worth to any unity mack more than '-
atiunJJe iininquict1y,
She wo a )0'\12 into America U !
i 3100 REWARD to Wui. IL Hamilton as my Agent, which warrant, S'r ca-I- I making rapid progress throng the subscription pricj.
aol naitcntjUi' >uJT ia N.r =,,hre, an hQadi bolorcd II-jn. LEwis C tas. L"S.Scnat4ir. either through the negligence or villanny of saidlItDllItun I S*'tt'g'fhct Repaired awl Ifarrenled.n. I the Tnited State thj Cana
in the cuJunw4tJ'.ere Fhe WMweH known, I 4, J.\"EI: C.rEn "' 'aa m [ has been tat to me, as I have never recover r7ATCHMAKEIl and the Weft Iiklies. It has fur a long tune PnUteher fir the fourteen largest lists efsabeni

iml had fj>cnt the rao t .f her life-M ida(.IunIt1 Jung WILSON, O mm'r Gen'l Lanl Office. said warrant nor have I ever transfered or \\ Grothe, been of staple article while in it England baa and in on the continent bel'S ICDt ill by the 1st of January,1355s -1100 win

.. Address /W Paul lisiiosod cf the some to any person whatsoever. \ AND JEWELER, Europe, grown many coon- be given tat the largfwt list; *75 for the seeoadi
Florid The kin-lline an I gcBcrn .ilj.fhcr paOCL.\ lTIO B7 JAMFJ E. BROOME, GOVF.CMia JAMES G.COOPER. tries to the v silion of an article of dress
165 for third $55 for the fourth Ito
the 150 for tile
JULIUS E. MEIERE (fa the room adjoining the PosZ-e.ticc.) ; ;
felt in the wile ra tt her aojiuintmnrc -: OF FLORIDA. Nassau E.F AII .25th 1534 sep23-6oi To demonstrate these facts enquire of any En-
nature ; OP THE STATE
county from fifth .45 for the sixth $40 for the seventh
oct 13 m Washington, J). C. GL n.\n.m returned Europe, again: resident in vicinity of his knowledge or ; ; IllS
anl wa* .l."';;c-l "ih that tiwdnty nJbamillty II,I __ UTIiEflE.S, Information hajj been furnuhe Notice. L.I.\: bogs leave ti iiSer V. services t., hu old gush the beneficial effects your of wearing tho Protector for the eighth; $30 for the ninth; *2S fur the teathl

which are the e\i-Icn"! cf real wwth.She .- J70UR WEEKS AFTER DATE application will rY me, b.JthaShcriJrorllernan.locunty, that fifth and last instalment of the Stock of the (cleats and the public generally. With hi* WITHOCT RECOCRSE TO DocroKUG of any kind. The KO for the eleventh; $15 for the twelfth cliO fOIl'

had but re-cccily (i1 ii3j)retained Jr.le from I JL be male u*the Honorable the J 1I.lge of Probate WILLIAM, SELPH, chargod with the murderof TIlE and Alligator Plank Road Com- itpericnce for the Lest tweney-iis years, as a coot of wearing these articles is a mere trifle sad ie thirteenth; $5 t>r the fourteenth. The eaea>

New of l ural ec.unty, Fin, for leave to Hell the Thomas SUnaeH, has brukenjail and u now a any has been called for and U payable at the office Watchmaker, be hope to give entire atutk one will last some years. No one who values the will be paid to the order of the saeeesafal eoapeti
a rWt acrms h'r reUithCa ia New Jersey, i Real Estate '.f Henry B. Sadler, late of said county and is now a fugitive from j03t d. o if Treasurer on the first day of October next t a those who hive their work one in a health of himself or his family will be without toe immediately after the the Irt January, 1S54.

York arwl rcm.--yi%'uaii, 'Iicr: fhc hid teen eim:* : deceased fur the benefit of creditor and heirs. '! therefore, JAMEN) IJlE, Governor of GEORGE.CALL. St'l. workmanlike nianacr, them. The Hospitals in this country are not alone TcusOne copy one year |2; one copy ax

.Jee last C'.r tLc Lentt of her health which, at C. A. SADLER Adiu'x. the State of FKirida, by virtute jf Ute authority September 23, l.-. j i r Watcho, Cluck, and Jewelry repaIred at recommending; them,but rapidly introducing them. months, SI; five copies, six months*i; tea copies.

H.R- SADLER, > ,.. rested in mo by law, do hereby offer a reward of he shortest notice. July StfAdmlulJltrator"s Uarennrt, BrwHy A Co,of London and Manchester ixmonAa, $3;tea copies twelve awntha 113 J
that jxsrVvl, wjs toatcrialljimpaired. Oct29-5t Adm for the appreheni of said fifteen eoyiea, twelve muQths, 822 twenty
U.\DLEK_ J nne hundred dollars Jacksonville IllacksmlUilng, England were originally entrusted with the ; copies
Th sullen rcia >ral froia arar r;--t us, of one in William M. Solj-h and his safe delivery to the Notice. twelve months t23: in advance.
"aMAChINE manufacture of the Protectors by the lamented
the rigor of life, s o .ID.h in.lcireJ to her fimily, Garden 5ecds.TtST Sheriff of Hcrnando County. SHOP SIX MOXT1L5 (coin date hereof I will apply to Dr. Cooper,apd continue to manufacture accordlas Ne naatber subscriptions above twenty eaa be
U her RECEIVED Manrtucnt flC Gardena ..William ![.Se1loh u about twenty-seven Jod Q of Probate of Aktehua county ErUk taken at Iou 91,44 each. Name can be scat hi at
and su inm.U bcl."c.t i '.\ *>:c a. lu"inte-l1l"ith: an Me* 1lck. to Aw instructions and therefore looora-
slender made At former Stand of StulgnURNISHES ,for a Soil dueh. rpe from the further adminitration original different times and front different Post .
Seeds sal & feet Ofieea.Southern
tod oudcr cm'ui-\ '- ->trying,haa caused grief Onion Setts, crop of 1334. Also yean of age, high mend those who would wear "The Prutecton," to
and aorruw that conn-it be t oH.i L. Quinine of the very beet quality, the brand of Pel dark hair and blue eyes, quick rpoken and rathera Ploughs of aU kinds Timber CarL of the Ftftaio of Thomas W. Pylc, dece.LS.UI'L ice to their being genuine.REXBXBEII and Western money takes fortabscrip
: letier DcUndre, Paris, at downcast countenance. rUges, Cart Chains for Mills Mill work of K. PYLKH, ions. *
of Florida. APOTHECARY HALL Witness my hand and the treat goal of Jlkindt. Sugar Mills, .tc. August lit;,1331. ( e 6aadmiQistratnr.. MXDICIXE.RETAII Tau. IS A TllL8 ABTBTLX AJTDXOPATBJTT : Lcttert should be directed postpaid to Mm A

Mate oct 2S-3t Jatksont-ifle, Flori.lo. the State of Florida, which i have catued f/Tarticobr attention paid to Steam Boat and Administrator's Notice. PRICES. Fulton-Street,N. Y?

h-4 [SUL] to bo affixed hereto. Done at the Saw Mill reparinc Wheelwrlghtmg done atibor.etrotice. raoothi a&t date, I willprewntmyaceoanta Gin's SCT ,- |1,each !eiB1'L Has I CAere eztendveIyecgs "

TUST RECEIVED an ext niive and well aeleetI Capital Tallahassee, this 5th day of tST AH orders left at the store of S. SIX Touchers to the Una.A.N.Cattoo Jadge LADIES' 4, - 1,00 do. procuring patents for!winTrntk i .sad via .4

I ed aewntmeat of Chemfeles and Medicine ,alto October A. D. IS4.JAMES. N.Williams will be promptly attended to. of Probatet iD and for Alachua County and ask to BUT*' A Missu do. - 75 "do.IIARCOURT rue biTMton,without charge w rrgmn|o the&DTxeTBy .
BOCLA>IATrON FOIl A DAY OF and artieUt at E.BROOM 19-Cl 1.A. PARNAL of Cwir baprorwaenra.Ho
? perfumery fancy .ug o'd>ch r ft!from tho further adnunietration of ,BRADLEY CO,
.1"U I.SGl.nAXD< : PRAISE.JJr APOTHECARY HALL. Governor of Florida. the Estate of William S. StanOley late of call 33 An Street 10"l Nassau Street 5. Ce' Patent-Croon .aw'

JAMEJ E. naoo:.. oct 2S-3t Jackioaville Florida. By the Governor-Attest B ATCHKLDORFS HAIR DYE-The best ar. county deceadod. New-York 11'.. rpHE SubKrihen maaofaetarv from UM bes:

(iortmnr of saul State.WHEREAS F. ViLLEPicrc, tide 29Erc1'da.t now in use for sale by CJUVE3. THOS. J. rP.EYATT A.lmr. Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood Staid Ckeaptide, JL Cut Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from'I1I'IL

it i' fir inihUaals and Singing School Secretary of State. jl jan 14-Cn WM.S. STAXDLEY De/d- London Manufactory. 4-1 Market Street j\lan inches to eighty Inches in dUmeter. Their Sw*

,t u tj aJcnowkJ proper their mnj to return thanks to ALMI'JHTY JL Jacksonville that he i*now prepared to teach NOTICE to the next General Assembly of II. n. l Co, are establishing Depots for the sate finished by machinery designed expressly Car tM
upon, einJ All thoce who are desirous of becoming In the Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit Votlce.FHE Protector" in all of America. and are, therefore to UUM
/JOD fur his uian-f--! n. A lirje naaiVr of tie State uf the Union pus will please give me notice by Wednesday nest of Florida. C V titer JIH>rporatii the Town of Jacksonville.VTOTICE OVrARTXEItfHIP. the firm of Surgeons Druggists, Clothiers Dry Goods, ground in UM usual manner, a* they ar*strength>
the 16th nut. I In Chancery.-IleticeenMoBTtMEB euy1" 1 TfNXO, PlCKMjr A O>, U this day dinolttL Merchant*,Hatters and Milliners also Gentlemen's ened and stiffened by increasing then ia $hiekaes

have, by rmfa-sn an I aiajayt(1lilie nugc, adojitcd Thanksgiving Terms-Twenty-two lessons., $3. H. Coi>mi, Complainant, > Bill for _ _ Tho Eottleiucnt of iM sffursy mutual Furnishing to -Keepen are entrusted with the regularly from the cutting edge to the centra COB:

inrdcr be becrrcd with unifonaity oct .HI A. A.OeMS VIRGIMA GOBDIS, Vtftndant. ) Div that it way of complainant being filed in this ewe, A the lIe.' General Ar-emJ.v' "or a Chtijrnthorii to whom all persons baring demands or being in- whom liberal*terms are offered for their enterprise produce a great taring in timber. _

tbr-jughoot the UuiteJ IJRuvXB Jutci:, Gwernorat Wanted.A BILL it appearing to the satisfaction of the ;"* the conxtmrt'on of a Bsilroad from debtod are r &rr d. and a f}>!cmlid opportunity opens to them fur safe They alto manofaetur Cut Steel XiII Pit sat
I JaMes
So., therefore, i GOOD SALESMAN and Book-keeper, wontsJ Court that the said defendant resides without the Ce.l3r! Key to the Georgia Stale lice iu the dim WILLIAM M. TCJIXO. and profitable business. Cross Cut Saws and Bilfct flT"eperfor*aK
tlai.l! public
the Mate of Fkml.i T1IUE, do by DAY, tto my V3J d pro-yofKorembcr \ a situation in a Dry Good Business. Apply, State of Florida.I tii .' n.G.- ac'lS-ni_ ". Q. PINCKXEY JB.Chirlc'tOD. For terms, apply to U1. 11 or which they have for ak, or they nay .

Kt aj-art Tablie, Thankj'giring at Ftorlla Xews office. oct7ttA4mlJ11traton in motion of Georgo W.Call,Solicitor for Complainant Nol in' : '. August Sl IA 1931.Sept. IIARCOURT ER.DLEY.CO., be obtaiapd of the principal U1ZtIWUeMMsaJtI4

prositao, as a day the Clergy it Li I 9{3 33 Ann $Street New-York U.S. throughout the United SUM and Canada. .. *
and itt most request MONTHS fromd. f" unde'a'tisoI Ad- '
) rl''pedflllly Notice. Ordered That a hearing of the facts charged in .'- 'X e e B. HOB A CO.. _
of the Tark 2< rcliguu dcnuia utioni deliver to ojcntheir I LL persons indebted to the E.tateofMi.. Eli- rod Bill of Complaint bo had et a term of lob :J mintatOTorUie FtatrotJas.r..Cuhe'le-' TIic S. cribcr. _Valuable Sea Island Cotton and MR 27 and 31 Geld Street _

reqiectire hou.-**uf wur.hijt, and ad- A. sabcth Dean, late of Jacksonville Dual Court, to be holden at Jacksonville, in the county ejscd., will present flasl accounts sail roucbeTS.. ) f ntintres tit t-. Me- s uere toforo circled on un- Corn Land for Sale,, 2. s:7; Pub of Bewipapue who waiter
dreacf suited to so f!,.'aa acJ interesting an the Hon.JeUge oC Probate bar Puma m iouaty. .ortei
I Fla to at Dual ea the firct Mazda of February next, .n' :TLXXO PIXCKXEV .. CO this adrertitement three|nne% with thi*. 'k
eaaon and I cctfuny request the G wd flC-l county deceased are hereby requested 'emont and .at..t;i| the cooo time ;-k t j Lo .k.t'\O n-wne miles above the Tar of St JqSu's river
; rei the and and that said Defendant do appear and plead an- '- fi reiowal uf b's Font forward u a mtitaiiiiig the "iII be
their oiaal ar< make immediate payment to undersigned; ; .i-d tailors tj.1 .r ot>- scr- located oa the river The tract paper tame,
frcrn >
of this State ta abstain .! Qt.uQ1'n" '' .
stta arsed as i
in exerci.-e. all Arsons having demands against said estate are twcr or demur to said Billet Complaint, on or before S. tILINSKT t'kWILLIA M. TUSSO, embraces seven hundi { and MIll acre five han pain in printing material;" '
atiune. and engage it* them within the sad day or decree will thereupon pass in the the amount of thely bill$sr the admtlps.eeI.
required to preseat duly worn first hammock land
ihclofitor nearly to.
ret f"I-- ,
la testimony xr\.ccot I have haretnto ray hiu Palatka taign.I7, 54. ldminialraar.Teas __
hand, and canoed to be SUcJ tho great time required bylaw; otherwise this notice'will lime manner as >f the said Dcfendjot appeared I. J. \. D.\RDEE and inii: etiginal' .tfe. with the exreptioa of New York April. tM 1651.Netlre. J--
be plea ia buII.IL IIOEG; and was present in Ovrt- about ei- tIy cleared .n-l rell adopted for a -
[L.8.] aeU of the State cf Florida, at the l.'al'i. of the Teas! TeasIIpEA.3 atrts
octJ4 6m Administrator. II it further Ordered, That a copy J311.0.13.
the enjoinseason. necessarily PERSONS
are hereby
lfth an
tot, In the city I if TaIIaIaMCO.thi. above Order be pabluhed in some public newspaper or the very best I'ulitJ'.nd warranted (Shop r I comer Lot .,lIT JA and Li&rt'g-zL'-.} pars alIbi& fifty;*: :the place, ia ascending ALL t>r. or fa any way using
of October A D S3'1..JA1IES JL in .' -p
day E. BBOOME. 500( Bales test Eastern nay ju5t received per published in toe State fur the space of three EowjittporUlton. ami at cratered pities 50 cents i"1 fl 1L dj'pate1i al jobs ',a workmanlike man- the nvcr. C. the premises there to a very superior Land Warrant No. 11,859, for I6t3p ye ( Iaa4
Marcia and months before the appointed said hearing. psckacsfon 1 Ib. t-) 1-1IV; and fioqi 5 be ftmr'bed fees of
fGaternor Florida, Bop .lorai g Light and day If it ner. l'& wai three-at wj smarten house with a basement of Is ned tgms snlerA4 et cssigrsI9tSe caibsu.
ef t.t,13Ocr'nonL ELide the cbont kinds
r I&le by WM.i FORWARD, larje.PHK. .wP' JoJTo feet L ation Health Water sal an other 1S50, QQ the 16th day of eaamen l53tiitas4
By the Governor, Attest; J. H. MeEORY.Dr. JuleotheCIreaItVoeitofthe Eastern .Iso Cree o. the iine t qu" at
natural advantages not to be surpassed. Titlepiod was last lost-sat of
Carnal my peeMatkv.
V. L.ViLttricre. Circuit of Florida. T.MCMILLAN'S,
Oct U-aa t1ioU.J3LLa and Apply to Tns10 time ia the month
tfrms eecAmmodaUng. January, $ aoma whet*
Secretary of talt. an6-i Apo-'heeary Hall, tay..t.G
-- -- arrdin plsxrhcra CordULrpTIS T11tFTaa Finekney, 4 Co, .. s. f, A.T. Bra- between Jackwarille and Black Greek sa4 I fa.

Agent (or the Country in Ne- :rk tily: Cordial H an aafaainr ieme<}y for Diar- ESCINE L03DON DOCK PORT WINE UNDERSIGNED, successors to Hun ham, PaUtka; Capt Coxetter steamer Carolina; tend applying to the CnmmieMnner of Peariooj tarn.
rT'be? advertiser II prepared to act a* General L rlKH ia all its stages, and win raton the MIItL U A DEBT A WIN.4 ,:- I TiaAxr Kx 3, Uolmey Building have instorenl or to the owner 1 on the place. duplieato thereot MARTiN INJIS -

JL Agent and CorreVpundcct, in Xew York for system to health when all othr means fail, toita- I'BENCIIEItAIsD., 'o-i' B. HOPKINS. sept 9-Sw 'W&mIII&.

Laiiaea men and X TCM<
devote hi. whole time anti attontion to the purchase To be had at Apothecary UsE Jactr< mvUle, Steam Haw Mill Corn Mill Shingle, op2-.t"T APOlhc-CARY HALL.MJC MERCHANDIZECon .John's Bluff, E. F, September 23, lS l-tf- [\ i ia hereby trirea that thirty dan from
.and tale uf Fancy and ether Good, Boukt E.F. I t Machines
I* th and Plauiing LN thie date I ahall apply the iUrington J'eIbt
PriMa, Machinery Ml'. and Meochan- located at East end of the city, are prepared to months Tom date, the nndcr irned admin.J .- of Dry Goads Groceries ProvLuob,. A C-VRD. judge of ProbU of Diys4 aenty
see Stock aad Materials, Philosophical Apparatu, IJair Tonic VUnjDlS execute orders jWLDMHEn Mtratnr,of the Estai.; of Joseph vaushf, de. hardware[ aa.1 itlery, Crockety end Glaswa I.Uab I WOULD take this method of informing my for Mare to sell Lot number one m sq ambe a

Ae,; Draggs, Talent and other Medicines, Agric HAIB TOXIC'supersedes.ythiniotbs eased, win present final, eont and voucher tthe [ and Cap,Loots. and Shoes, Saddlery a: t a friends and enstomers. aad public generally,that ten,Ia the t ot.Jaea-till.bslodgsng t.Z

taral IttptemeoU Scedj Stock, Ac. Collection fTUad now in use,fur preventing the 11*''fair SHINGLES; AXD LATHS hIo .Judge of Probr to for Pureem County, > trje assortment c Book.and bUttonery,.* id alt sincr the great fire hi Jacksonville, I have reeeUU Jones saerpbas.adsawztbo. ..
made sad utU pneeented. Information of AU JL oat and invigorating the vessels U moderate prioer ricKvenbfe on their wharf toejbipmealor oit'cmeot, and at the same MAM will askvio be ether articles !.aeJto the trade} t.wla. tl'jy >V1 in the new Uuldins oppwute the residence for the benefit of aMI ai1 AI.

kmd furnished with regard to perwas and place awl clearing the sim from daadiff.eatiQfary prepared only ..i the tl elior city nse. discharged as socH adtnmiatratr.Scpt.i0:4 ..tie thi attention of iko public and lIt th atis of Dr,Baldwin where have opened the .e.Jt01fELr. .
here. Situation procsrcd aid guaranteed for by. T. MCMILLAN. Li'1'crms: V'H.jApIiJ -* JELIOX ILtTNES, 4Jm'e. CI'; 1 and examine their i*or\ before purHa" "& Apothecary Hall with! an entire new stock of aug-li Gaardiam '

derlu m<"'in"i prufeAdonal mea and othen Oct H-3t Apothecary 1Ja1l.Jacksonville E. F La Eo A.JsUJTTES, e''tllaoct', as they flatter themselves that they >raga sad Medicines, Ctemic, Perfamary, Fancy D1sat1oa
Male sal female employer .engaged aad eent to i.stbepremoes.N.JI. JacksoBYillsj and AIKgater Plank Read in1 as toW as any oas e1e. lor cash eomury Artkle Combs Brcthx, Candies, Garden MIl .5,7'lV1OTIC ;

.the country Pawigci secured to California AU $100 seward, Com. ground on toU, at.HT boor of the CO.pall f'"C',,, ". Plower seeds Burning Fluid Lampweeks r ; iI henby pea tJta&.the eoas4
treIia,sad .}. Ia-oe, anything that aa inrteUigeat lay. JvJy ,J-6m V rOTICfi Is h"ve'y g'uee t .t aa application will T. II. IttTtTOS. I JL. XT. GRAVES, Lamps Paints and OilS,Window Glass, Putty k .z I.0.BatlerI waadbety.4twenty .
Agent well aequintel with Sew York and a5 TBE above reward win be given for the ..N U made,tUU*at ii s.suioeottb.Guneral I5f N. IV .M.W.GRAVM would lefpeetfaDykiurm Spda Water tad Mineral Watej.nn4 and sparking Sierth.I' meLee--.L

itibexiaca) awn,ana*tor an'abjeatee, will be /Q reeorery of three aegroei and the>hef.an4 1T05 WORE Loemb: of the S l Florida,' for aa aiaend- the public tat he sull continues the to be had at the eoualerM h1timesSindaysetrepteal. J.O.B Uer b iud te ee&aJu. lianineii. .

ei.rrt.4 fakafhUy ADill'romptl1. ComatanicatMMonnflilcintiil
AdOtMS, with fee adequate to. the gi Mu The names of negroes are GEORGE JOB U.F.: -'p" a?. .i ra PhysKians tea hare thelr1arescriptiasnI pat nwkh : -
.enlce and CHARLES. Pescription-fleorge about J"J'DI&dll" Flo.A'BK OM dootwerotDi.l1. P..neOaad's residence.J care eight and 4ar. JOLT Q.EBTL.
A.E.BAETOF.oet sU feet high and sheet 25 yean old aad black*- BOW prepared execui pteaindp scales bereJygivea'th:1t..application .1i1f"Uarille .Ja11 ., it, julyB-tf : THQS. McMILLAJf. "B.r.uSY- '-- '.

23,;-Ct.; 153 MaTbeTry Street New-tork. Joe is about six feet one inch blgkIaboet!)yean A. tar Steam Eagiaes, Saw>Las, peter Mills 1.\ 'wiU be made to the next e "on of.ibe tien- : -- CepartneraUp.NOTICE ". '.

old and very.bleak| Charles II about ire feet sn4 Pans ,Grid Mills Hene Power iron sail era AstemqlT fat an ad aeoraeotoaof- Bank Josepr.J.rlu.. .NstIce.rPIIR b hereby grrea that.ana lab 4am

XoUre.: uvKfosroar eight high and black one front tooth oat llzssacasslt:;i and every Jrietraf( 4aehiaery.lliil4 toe located m Jatkaonrilla, ) ; .- _:_ _cuui:. :: < waal.niwiU ba absent &.the North Into eovartaenhip tag lat. -
rrnx FZLB
nos. Any mJamaOqii arfll be thankfully received.Btokn Cistin& For Z and EUekrailk Work Swr. a.; 12- -- MROHANT fjxw.thepreseotUsaawntaabeutthelrtofOctober tawing and planeuvt lumber at Ua S&e

J. taoriud agent daring' w or enticed.awav. on the aight of BUt in VVT. SwlllllTlOat. _- jptker repairing. .- COMMISSION.r t- ZTWaterStntt If. T. ; .. next whew they win re-open a.t.cke( Kill known ae the City JCCi today S41f
ftata. !% .'IL'O. BAU5DEBS. n. wiflcor jar' the naanfaetere at keep BlyIaa Calogae*.. ..,:, *.,: and .attention, givea'to the laW Goods fortaU market I In the meantima theij firm and*yle of Butler A Kiermt .'

IIAM5 Kecetred weekly per Steam iw&bar& 00&.1'-2& Ur an hand,'.it variety of Plows Timber rLTSIAK COLOQNK atS109peraiiartofCj STRICT articles prompt at produce entrusted to his care, baa lletl will be.ia tie hauls cf Rodney Dnroaa, JOhN O. BtTLU, .
,COOICE fur ajle"as by ieX A CRAVES., .m*.SavuBah o abo't hWt-ece.Morumg'Kewj" "*eery- ? 21,.UM COM Cartt rite I". -Chains e.,*c.. :jUrwUA- .they"July;1IJ'1 (3ets.jal/Wi'tW)r>"int*andaee APOTW rdingto Aar


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:'COURT*. IN jrtdnrg. 5inr 5 irt( {!t' .CHARLESTON.SJcElM.. L .- SAVANNAH.Savannah HOTELS. p_

: : .Gilbert Medical College.
L do de.ApriL )l ._. RIAOESatNos.3Ssnd4G in all description of Well&WerIA CAR- Medicine.B. D. Aa.'cot.5M.D.Prof.Theory. tad Practice PALATKA, E. FLA. J
Monday la-ApriL ;
de de ApriL ; WINES RW.Biggs&Co.4DAGU ': Street'and No. 7 Hayn Stntt,Charleston. P.M.Kou.ocicM.D. Prot(Obstetrics.W. THIS new and pleasant Establishment, recent.
do do May. GROCERE.ROVSINS. Oar Stock is aa extensive one, and purchasers .O.BCLLOCK,M.D,Prof-of Surgery.C. at op for the accommodation of theTra..

THE d. d May. Corner .GAR ERREOT 'ART18T., are respectfully requested to eaU on us, as we can .W.WEST,M.D,Prof,ef Medical Chemistry. nUng Public.and IUIIIIrpa.iIIed by any one biol-
I: 4th oN'Wn FoytlatLCAPELLA M. W. GRAVES offer great Inducement In style and prices and IL 1.Bran,MoM. proUlaterialledJca and The. to etUblvhed, is new open for the reception f
loy1y. ,
every PALATKA' any articles bought our establishment are warranted rapeutics. Boarders, superintended by Mrs. it!. ZawadikU
d Rooms
19 A. M, and d la June. GROCERIES, ;FRUITSic. on ForsythStreetDc. in every rc peet.Il B-tt E.H.MAam,M. D, Prof.of Institutes ofMedi- whoM earnest care will be to please all and ev.rv
who will call in.
FRAME eme. one The public
patronert i
THE Bay-Street res
before the Rooms over Bisbee & Canova's Store Cariage& Harness Depository.AT J.W.How ABB, M.P,Trot of Anatomy.J. pectfully solicited. S.GLINSKIsep2JSua *
'ALATLA: T G. MYERS Bay-Stnet. ; .D.READ M.D., Prof of Pathological Anatomy -
3P. AI, and I' the lit Monday GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c Sonth-Wcst Corner of ,and Demonstrator of Anatomy. -
t. These 1 Newnan-Street. JEWELHY. MEETING and WESTWORTH. STREETS, J. J. WESt 11. IX, Assistant Demonstrator* of PLAiNTJiliS HOTELCIIASLMTON

Stages of in November C. I). OAK Anatomy.
3. SANTO CharUtton S. C.
and with\\'l1na the New dodo i Dmber. FRUITS, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,I Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Fancy Goods, CARRIAGES of every description,at the lowest rrllE REGULAR tatiOn will commence Course of LECTORS on the first Mondayin this in-
Passage from do i Dember. Bay Street.J.IS.D. Cutlery, Ac., BayStreet.WM. prices-always on hand and no article sold except November and terminate in the following March. ;: form but frwnd and the PuUie ceueraUy,that
Dmbr. eh as can be warranted in the fullest term, by he has leased
Preliminary lecture will be delivered from Monday extensive and well known _
do (UROTI1E es
For farther do i NO'mb.. II AN HAH, Watch-maker uly8-tf M. II.NATHAN. the 16th day of October, until the commencement tablwhment, the PLANTERS HOTEL, and is
o'emb GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, SASH, Jeweler of the Regular Cour,efor which no additional j now ready for the rej.(itn of visitors. Its eligii .
t Circuit. BLINDS &DOORS, Post-ffiet Building, BayStreet.C. Joseph Whilden, al fee will required. Students have free access i hIs location, being convenient to all the business

.. Bay OAK & SON, dealers in to the Medical and Surgical ards of the Savannah localities, will comroeml it to those who visit Ib*

3d Monday in April. SteeLJIERCIANDIF. Dealers in and Manufacturers of Guns, Pistols Pal t, Oils Glass od Ship Chandlery, Hospital. This extensive charity U under the medical *1 city on business, and n-> exertions or expense will
p. 2d do in Apr &c. Bay-Street. Ko 60 (.2 Eatt-Bay control of two members of the Faculty,by whom be spared by the Proprietor to promote the com
& let do i April opposite P. and M. Bank, Charleston S. C. clinical lecture are delivered. In addition to this, fort and convenient of bit gueste and render his
3d d. nl nEE & CANOVA, LIVERY STABLE, they hart ample opportunity for learning practical : house in every worthy the public patronageand
i Apr for sale
keeps constantly a general '
let DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES House. HE medicine at the which is daily I support lie i* pleased to add that he
a ran i d i Marh. By C. Bliss, at Bnffiington of Paints and Oils of all kinds,Win 4th dl April. AND PROVISIOFS, I patients. secured the service, a* Book keeper, of 3tr. J. W.
i Glass and Sashes, Spts. Turpentine Camphcne, t
t. t-J".. Commission anti Forwarding- Wharf of NOTARIES 'e. Spirit dacx, Tallow, Urindhtonds, Cordage Chain During the past session upwards of two hundred Lamkin, so lung an.favorably known to the tra-
Savannah Steamers. F. C. BARRETT, Pump, Cotton Foot Gin Fixture, Glue, l'acking cases were prescribed for and over thirty Sugircaloperation. veiling community of this and the tytrent State.
F&&raoa, I .. in the of the Studentst July 8-3m (k. W. BOJIAR.
performed presence
Jtay-Slreet. 8-tf
10 Notary Public also Commissioner for Yard. and Brushes of various kinds. July
Btorn'mg at the Clinique. Material for Anatomical inventi-
: the BURTON & GRAVES, several States. Copartnership Notice. gations will e abundantly supplied. Fees: Matriculation MAGNOLIA HOTEL

This boat \., a Successors of Tiiuanna, Office at Buffington House._ undersigned hare this day formed a Co 95; FuU Course of Lectures, 9105; Demonstrator
4 bas large and DRY GOOD GROCERIES, PROVISIONS THE under the firm of MATTRIESSKX ,$10; Graduation 830. For farther information On the St.Johns River
JOHN II. H. nouns
.g vmstcngen, Ac., 4 O'lLtRA, and will continue the Wholesale and ,address port-paid. UNDER CHARGE OF CAPT. O. J. Mmr.

; superior Circuit. JIJmt Row, Notary Public. Retail jolyS II. L.BIRD,it!.D, Dean. isanew house, recently opened for the at-
This boat BaJStrc.I. Office at Buffington Haute. CLOTHING f TAILORING BUSINESS. TIllS of Boarder viniton from the

t to Savannah, E. HOLMES, BANK AGENCIES. at the comer of East Bay and Queen streets. Dying and Renovating Establishment, North during the ensneing and future WUOBS.

For DRY. GROCERIES, PROVI- Charleston, S. C. 73 Y rk..t. near tht Court house It is stunted immediately on th,St John's Riv,r
bom, oa lion, Crockery. Hardware, Bot A \. nEE). WM. MATTHIESSEN, SAVANNAH, OEO.73JJEJT about 25 miles from Jacksonville and a short die?

1- DU and Shoes, Clothing, Ac..&c Agent of the. Bank of Charleston. July 1, ' O'lIARA. Established, 1852. JG3T73 lance from the month of Block Creek and is motl
J Bay-Street. Ocean-Street. r T Manufacturing EflaUishment, 36 Pratt favorably located and conveniently fftted np for theI
his and friends
jftly8-tf street New York, under the superintendance of rPHESnbscriber.gratcful to patrons purpose mentioned. Arrangement are made fur
c H. E. ,V. CI.\RK. J. W. BRYANT, J.MATT nIlU. [tag 5-2ara-2m .L for their continued favors, would state that,in the accommodation of iily boar : DRY GOODS 'GROCERIES PROVI- addition to the improvements in Dying acquiredby I
Agent of the Bank Fairfield, S. C. numerous availed themehesof location
( alone and general Merchandise.BaySired. in holmes Row him daring his last visit t England and Scotland at the"M-ispiolia." The Ikone
. Office BayStreet.MISCELLANEOUS. GEO. ABBOTT & co., has made arrangements for extending hI. inconvenient
tL. to a fine Mineral Spring, and boats and
( 1 Palatka Circuit. No..95 East-Bay, (opposite Boyce !f Co'*Wharf,) business by which he L)now com Wed to Dye a great kept for the pnrpone of going thither. 1 poneys he are
: Charleston, S. C-. or variety of Colon on Silk and Woollen Dresses invite
% respectfully strangers and citizens
: U.AUIRIUIN.DOMESTI Shall, Ac, which he trusts will generally ploane all
Dealer in in" the
GOODS "drop or sojourn at M* ,: p Via ItY SPIRIT GASS AND CAMPIIB.VE who may favor him with their patronage. andhm
teror summer, afford him
.ou-Ille. i Cap, Boot, Sho, ic.llolmt BY KOYAL LETTERS PATENT. Gentlemen's Garments Dyed, Cleaned or Renovated an opportunity
with of for the devoting that attention to their comfort which
Lamps description same. it
I Row, Bay-Street. every
\ as be required, in the same superior
: THE HYDEOMAOEN, will give himself! mini the able n-erintendont
ALSO style] which has generally much pleased his patrons
math nif.-st
OR pleasure m
-. in May. GOODS GROCERIES; AND PRO- WATERPOOF, ANTI-CONSUMTINE, English and American White I.el.Il Paints, and friends. July J. A. SIMMERLIN.
: of kind Linseed and Sperm Ladies' Bonnets Dyed, Bleached and Pressed in
every ,
Monday ---
? every .. -
Y1SIOXS.-BayStrect. OOr13 80108 8 Glass Ac. tf the most fashionable ItIletOrders from the country
t Arrives at July Oil, Putty, attended Terms moderate Ornn. G
I i leaves G. H. SMITH, MA.ICFACTrlUD BVIIARCOFUT punctually to.
.. the int COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUC BRADLEY & CO., WM. M. LAWTON & CO. When parcels are sent by steamboat or railroad, I SS* SkSSV SSBSB) .
: Through TIONEER. 44 Market-St Manchester. FACTORS AND word should be sent him by letter through the THE public are ir.prmf.l that the above HoUI,
: ; : Creek, i November. Principal Uare'wuse, 102 Wood-Street Cheap- Post Office so that he may know to call fur born teased Iron Dr. DARCAJI anJ no
Through Jlune' Row, lJay.St side, London, England American Establishment them. paine will be spared t"> rentier the time agreeableand
Through I Monday i NOT. AMBLER & HOEG, *, 38 Ann-Street & 103 Jfasaau-Street, New jYo. 13 Southern ll'hwj, jut.C 8 ALEXANDER GALLOWAY.W. to give tiilisfitction tu all who may favor me

te Charleston I DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS York. U. S. Charleston, S.C. with a cull. A new Bathing Hou.- has been .-
; 15 The &c. &c. Uydromagcn u a valuable discovery for Wm. it!. Lawton, I I Win. M.Taylor, E. Baker, te.llt the Spring forthe *".'omni-.Ution of these
.. t New York aySt.IARKUII the feet from damp or cold, and Wainnght Bacon, Joseph T. DilL SHIP BROKER AND GENERAL who may ils.Mre to bath ia'-nc<>[IhfJinext'Sulphur

Tan&ah every therefore a preventative of many Lung diseases July 8 U COMMISSION MERCHANT. Spring in the Country. The location u reniark-
p. t C COUKT. $T 'ADAMS: wiThout any ducloringuhaltter. The Hydroniagcn I aLto for health not surpassed in the State. Beautiful -
N. A. Cohen & Cohen
; Aocsrs. < GROCERIES, pnOYSI S, Ac., Ac. is in tho form of a sole, and worn inside the boot or uly 8 Sarannah Gto. if I I'on'l' high pine land, free truui the anoyanco of insects -

"t' ;. j ly6-tf ( Near I W. Co. Foundry, shoe. Its medicated character u a jwwerful anti Importer and Dealer in & DUSIlAI, I e-ipecmlly llotqullot. Can aucounnodate:
> i January. flay-St ran. dote to dixeiuio. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FACTORS AND one hundred persons, ily 25 mile from FUalka.
a ,. I< February. For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable warm J. J. DICKlsON, Proprietor
And all the in March. G. C.: ACOSTA, and healthy,to wear in the collect or rainiest weather Dry Goc1.S, COMMISSION Sarannah, Gto. i sept. 25, 19i4-6t.

c i Apr FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY, AND as tho foot cannot become wet if tho Hydromagen -o.lj5 East-Bay Charleston, S. C. Henry R. Fort. I T. K. Dunham.
SODA FOUNT. is inserted. JaDe th soled MAGNOLIA HOUSE.
t may wear lightest
Nathan A. Cohen. Cohen.
I Leopold "
: I Corner Bay Ocean Streets. boot or shoes in the! imvt inclement weather with JOHN RICHARDSON., JaekionrilU 1loruLt.ff
.4 r -., e4t tes July 8 tf >, TIlE SUBSCRIBER has just completed them
t ; always i nbilc C
-- > i impunity ; <>m I' yalta every $ I.. M. I'ULSOM. the young of our country nifty lio thwarted by Fraser &, 'fiwmpsun Savannah. Georgia.n8 ; :: above House fitting it np in the wet eorafortuble -
Tin: at '. FURNITURE. ULINDS& POORS. their general adoption. They entirely supersede stylelknd will use every exertion to pleaseall
; OIl S.\SJ Office to. Bedleford1 Building.MISCELLANEOUS.
T :I o'clock ) I IIteamen Orcr K. Bay-st. orer-fhoet, as the Utter can.iQ the feet to perxpirein FACTOR .\XDCOMMISSION that may favor him with their patronage
I Jo/me'Store, Particular attention paid to Invalid
and bcniiles not MERCHANTS
-- a very unhealthy manner; are
:i I- leave Entrq> : YI.LIPItB. RESTAURANTS.PIIffiNIX dangerous wear to pedestrians in icy weather, like Adgtr'a North ll'haif A. COY,
and Alt india rubber. While the latter caiuo the feet to Charleston, S. C. Corner Ocean and Monroe-streets.'
; .
arrive at RESTURANT AND BILLIARD appear extremely large, the Jromagcn, beinga FRE '* E. rnru I p.VPL !. THOJIPSOI Jacksonville. July a 1554. > tf
- l\PY. thin slice of cork NEW SKYLIGhT Hood St.abling for Horses. S
;-i : SALOON mere prri.arel peculiarly placed
Judges. inside, due not increase tho size of the boat or 11. IV. KINSMAN,
.- Talahamee. By Paul IJ. Canova, Newuan-St. cause the foot to appear| unt.t)'. To Children they 117 King Street agurraian QallrrH 81.5O. 3Icrcbanra Hotel, 81,3O.

I ik" July 7-tf Justl Quincy. are extremely aluaUe: us they may engage in has In store 911 immense stork of !, Charleston, S. C.
Jacksonville BLACKWOOD"Co., RESTAURANT eicr.-isa with comfort ant healthy e&ects. Their WINDOW SHAUUg, REDCCTIOX IX PRICES.
;4 ; : ;Wtce. a'Sf rt. expense is to Might as to scarce need, mention; be- which he U now offering at prices such as to present THE Subet-riberbegsleave to inform the citizens I rf TII R undorsig' c great inducements to customers. an ; t : :) Mirrianna. niJe, those who|>atroni7C them will End thi-ir year
i Tallahassee. E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT, ly doctor' lull niiic'i diminished llierely. AIJW continues: to keep open his ling public a share of |,itrunj?O. Board 11,50
.Xc tenon-St red. Lace and MiL-lin Curtain S.itin DoLane" Dam per day; single dinner, 50 cU.ruly.
; r .. t- Palatka. As the Hyde 'i.igcn if tcctnnng more known, iU *, NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY,
i. ) | asks Ac, all at a great barain.: jnly8tfS. July -6m JAMES M. HER3T.
j : service is Key West TAIIACCONIST.: gale is ia"rci
k 1 siness on tho I Circui". year in bunion, Manchester, Birmingham, :G. COl'UTENAY, land's residence, CHAHI.ESTON HOTEL,

p rafts Ac, F. S. HERNANDEZ. Liverpooliim-.gow, leeds, Jublin.I'aru.,Antwerp BOOKS, STATION lmXI CHEAP Where he is prepared to take pictures in a manner 1). MIX Ell.
be >V> : Quincy TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEGARS. Hamburgh, and liurlin, our sales reached 1,732- not surpassed by any. He baa spared no ex-
may .
aj] PUBLICATIONS.july8 .
W. the number Corner of 3Ic linjr nivl Jayno Streets,
_ 450 j.airs of corks Solci, Thu
, Alligator. 2fetrnanSt.abate Jltiffinglan Jfoitft. year pause in fitting up hU Rooms, having a splendid '
; nil! fir surpass thit No. 3 Broad Street, Ch-irle.- with the : Tampa, reception room for ladies, fitted np in It neat and
II Ask the their of their value .
, L. which she ins ( I, A W.I Faculty opinion as AGNEW. FIShIER & IIOXIE. tasteful style, besides hU large fine Skylight cna. 311 M.S hoUsE,
d prietor. ( : 1 ( ; second name,Clerk a preventative and Co for Curcns. COLD BitoscniTis, I"ACTOUSxn COMM IsSION MCRC11A bling him to take pictures in croopa cr singly in THUS S. NICKEKSON[ ,
; fourth name- Mt.Vs 3 CENTS. NTS.Accommodation dear or cloudy weather. He eels confident of Corat-r IJ Meet'n? and Queen Street,
t : I /( and Collector) ..ATTOnXEYU. C01S1LLOr. LADIES PUB do. pair, 30 j do. Wharf; Charhston.S.C. giving satisfaction to all who zany favor him witha :.ly9 Charle, ,C. tt
. the call. He thankful for and
opposite u past favors, hopesto
FROM Post Office Inur.I"RIIX *
.tS g : : Bo>'s MISSES' do 25 do.
Peasaeola. NOTICE. From the Retail Prices make W. G. nAXCIiOFT & Co., receive a continuanco of tho" Dle. Those who PAVILION hOTEl
we avery
: l.n'IXW"TOX.ATTY NET CASH JOBBING HOUSE. do not want picture, are respectfully invited to II. L. BUTTERFIELD
liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers ,
I Nos. 253; & 255 call and eTaiulsg his rooms and specimecs. Corner of and Ha cI-sU
that make fine King Street. Meeting ,
so storekeeper a preSton
Through Fare'I'.r Milton. Office in the Court House. any may July 8.t( it!. W. GRAVES.
C.'arlestonS itI
r Wilmington their sale, while they arc an article thay may be Charleston $..CClIAl'EE. july3 "
Wilmington > I McaUEEN McINTOSH, kept in any store, among any doe of good, ---
] I ST. A L\Xl I & CROFT Jacksonville Foundry
iA Wilmington ATTORNEY AT LAW, For terms, apply' to .14 fi MISCELLANEOUS.:
With a Office on I> Mr. Ochus' House.C. IIARCOURT, BRADLEY CO,, TOIUlTO .' ,J A5DMACHINE -
timore. 39 Ann Street, New-Yerk. Ac.julvfc .

TWO CcrroGordo.. BROWARD, No 179 East Bay Chirlcsfr.n.S: C. tfJI. WORKS.T I CHARLES: DiWALL.Jacnsonrille.: .

ATTORNEY AT LAW, ir r TIIECIIEST.2' JES.SKN.DELVI.RRS Subscribers, having: made extensive and I -aCTION".EEE.

a.t7 A M. and I Office on Ocean-St. SIR AST LEV.'COOPER DART., M.D., IN GRoCERIES, l.I- improvements in their establishment I 1'l" .

t.J North the Veron tho eminent Medical Practitioner has left a QL'OUS. SEGAIUJ. &c. are now prepared tu fnrnuh SALES in any the County attadedto
by second ,
: P. FRASER, valuable legacy to tho world in lila julyS No. 139 Last Bay, Charleston tf Steam lingUies.of any required power from respectfully i iicitciLOoo .
ton and !
I ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1 to 100 bx>ne ; I >b sent to the subscriber r n commu oa,.either *
; mington two Great Vrevcutatiie Consumption P. ). COHEN: & Co.. ..
t Marianna. Office Saw Mills; for private or auction d: f- al, will be quickly
PM, the on Forsyth-St. AID DEALERS IN DRUGS MEDICINES, Sugar Mills; I attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. Th.

I North I J. 1'. SANDERSON, UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY Ac., !t. Horse Powers; Subscriber bas been known in this community bv

Railroad to I ATTORNEY AT LAW DISEASES[ julyS No. 29 Hayne Street Charle tnnS, C. tf Grist Mills, a number of years m Auctioneer and otherwise.

.o;ani : Aspen Grn. Forsylh Street. without the use (f Medicine. S. S. FAUKAIt & KROTIlKltS, and all other morninery used in this country. II lIe offers no recommend ition.', but desires that inquiries

:4 the upper ) Sir A. C., Bart invented and advised the use DEALERS IX COFFEE GROCE1UES Iron and Brass Castings. should be made concerning hirxwlf any
Washington.' I 1".J.1VIIB.\TOS. of tho Ac. .%r Steamboat, Saw Mill and other repairing, I commercial at the pUc of la* rcadance.
the line t Apalachicola. ATTORNEY AT LAW. MEDICATED FUR CHESTPROTECTORrpo at short notice.Lr I Since tho fire he bus Inert I hij t>doreen Forsyth
ruble are Corner East Bay and Cumherland-Sts. : on the burnt district, where his Auction bu
Jtitksonrille. all persons of all ago and conditoiu, as a All machinery pcrchnsod from na will be street
': a i certain and a safe shield against consumption julyB Cltarltitan, S.C itNEUFFEH put in operation in any part of tho State by : sincio is abo at present ndated, and where he
: management Quincy. competent machinists, when desired and keep on hand, on the snot roa.--rnkhl terms,
t. aad the G. W. CALL, Bronchitis, Asthma Cough, Cold and other afflictions IIEXIIKIX & Co.. upon
reasonable terms.Drawings PROVISIONS
: ATTONEY AND COUNCELLOR. of the Lungs, which arise from the exposed
I state <>f the chest according fashion, and the and Estimate farni med, without />/*Cttsh iitvl {(Htn..! Prtxlttce.
thereby, R Office on I Bav-St. fur the sale of
I continual changes of our climate. charge. MOOXEY GOOKIX, jnly 8-tf CHARLES DEW ALL.
Through P .. 1'lour, Grain and Produce Generally,
4. "Tbe-Pro ctor" july 8-tf Founders and Machinist
u simply a
chemically preparedfur
sent from one julyS Charleston, SoC tf
t i ,1-. the R. nR I"Y.ATTonXfar lined with silk and padded, which suspended Ch.cap: S'tore.IIEXR
I : Through I AT LAW. from the nock coven the chest, in so agreeable a CONDltT, JENNINGS & Co.. A FLORIDA mON WORKS. A* E. W. CI .\RK,

I Officcon Bav-St. manner that,once worn, it becomes a necessity and SADLER, COACH, HARIWARE&c. d K. W. mews & Co., H Bay Strett.rpHE .
.; C b h New I'or a comfort. No. 165 Meeting Street, JarLfonrSle 171.ARE Subscriber has received a largo and elegantJ

South : ', PHYSICIANS.II. "The Protector," although but recently introduced julyS ChlJrlullJn.S.e.MATTJIlE now prepared to execute promptlp orders assortment of Goon:, 'f different k kinds Ph

,. New York, at I HOLLAND. into America is making rapid progress through SEX i Steam Engines, Paw Mill, Sugar Mills tleced by himself and particularly adapted to the
p a leigh the United States, the Canndas, South America O'lIARA and Pan.4, Grist Mills, Horee Powers, Iron and wants of this soctino of tho country. lie .
,, 1'I .E Porfurther MontceUo Office on Nc\vnan Street.A. and the West Indies. It baa fur a long time WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE, Brass Castings, and every variety of Machinery. fully invites a call from his ol.1 customers, and the
b 5 Agent, been a staple article in England and on the conti- No. 143 East: Bay, comer Queen, Costing, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill i public generally. His stock roatiste, in part, of
I S. BALDWIN nent of : while it hai in July 8 Charleston S.C. tfWAKDLAW
Europe grown many countries Steamboat i
and other GROCERIES
I r. Office to the of
on Bay-Street. position an article of dress
will continue the manufacture and i
Madison H.
'.J' To demonstrate ,
.. these facts enquire of any English constantly on hand, their variety of Plows, Timber CROCKERY '.\}. BOOTS AND
'I. Cotton Factors and
5 h t of I DRUGS AND MEDICINES.AI'OTIIECARV resident in your vicinity of bu knowledge ol COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Cart, Chains, ic., to which they respectfully invite SHOES HATS AND CAPS FANCY
the beneficial effects of wearing the Protector,
HALL. patronage. July 8-ly ARTICLES Ml'SICAL INKTIU'MENT;?,
North Atlantic Wharf
get .
cu o WITHOUT EECocnsB TO DOCTORl-foof any kind. The ,
I (cia I Jasper, DRUGS,MEDlCLNESPERFUMERY&c.McMillcn :. cost of wearing these articles U a more trifle and julyS! Charleston, S.C. U PERFUMERY", Ae., te.I .
Bay-Street. one will last some No one who values the I AU of the above (Good will he sold on as good:
tamper with I -.- = health of limclf or his family will be withoat MALONE & TAYLOR B ][[ [&: THEIllii term as at any house in this city.
Ys wild I HAW MILLS.EMPIRE them. The Hospitals in this country are not alone LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANT july 22 II E. W.CLARK.THOS. .

,. r I dosing I .AQgator. MILLLS. recommending them, but rapidly introducing them.Harconrt Philadelphia, COMPRISING

ly proffered, I Perkly Parkhurst & Co. Jacksonvillg.MECKLENBERGIL Bradly A Co.,of London and Manchester Very respectfully solicit consignment orSOUTllElZ..V Steam Saw Mill, Corn Mill, Shingle, .1. RB ntCK3D81t and Lumbermen.H. CBBM.
To Planters
digestion, and I England, were originally entrusted with the LUMBER, SHINGLES, 4-c. Lath and Plaining Machines,
.1 I. I MILLS; manufacture of the Protectors, by the lamentedDr. Liberal advances made. Refer to located at East end of the milE undersigned ha vic<;formed copartnership

p11y. NewnajnvDle Blackwood & Taylor Jacksonville. Cooper,and continue manufacture according. E. T. BROCK Philadelphia, execute orders city for, are prepared to I X for the purpose of transacting a
l o I to hit original instructions, and therefore recommend E. T. RICHARDSON do, General Merchant Business at

Yea who I CAROLINA MILLS. those who would wear "The Protectors," to uly8-tf T. E. BCCKMAN, Jacksonville,Fla. LUMBER, SHINGLES, AND LATHS, MAGNOLIA F,

toyed Jacksonville. Kelly & Co., Jacksonville.FLORIDA see to their being genuine. at moderate priced, deliverable on their wharf for would pcctfull call the attention of an who are

I pleasant&and .I REMEMBER MEDICI THIS*K. is A STABLE ARTICLE, AND KOPATE5T NEW YORK. shipment, or on the street for city use. desirous of purchasing cheaply, to thoir Urge and

MILLS. 3TTenns c.\Sn.oi well selected Stock, consisting io part of

RIS. His Woodstock Fairbanks & Co., Jacksonville. GENT'S Suit RETAIL, .PRICES.. $1BO each Apply to, E. A. DtCOTTES, Dry,Oood., Groceries, Quccnsware,

greeter than Mills. LADlE In J. Holmes, On the prcm llel Hate Caps, iirotkeryan; CLuswire',
It I-. .Many who PALMETTO nLl.s.II. Don' .t ?!.- r- -- 1,00 75 do. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, N.B. Corn ground on toll at any hour of the Boots and Shoe, Drugs, Iedicine, .

.,;. 1 d. t beea. I Sollee Jacksonville. 4UR1'DRADLEY: it CO., 100 Wail Sired, A' Y. day. July 15-Sm Iron, Nails Paint, Oils _
I. restorod Hardware and
Cutlery, Window Glass.
.. denlifie I PIIOBNIX: MILLS. 33 An Street A102 Nassau Street, "IT TILL pay particular! attention to sales of VelVV -
Mechanics Inventors Particular attention lid to tho Provision Busi
Augustine and Manufacturers
I New-York
Should D. a. low Pine Lumber, Live Oak, and
F. a ", Stephens & Foster, .Jacksonville. Principal Warehouse 102 Wood Street ness. Hay Born, Jlcsy Pork Flour, Bacon Fish, .
At state your d Cheaptide other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE, and $570. IN CASH PRIZES. $570.
-- Sugar, constantly oa hand in large
I quan
t London, Manufactory. 44 Market Street Man order for
. Dr. CLIFTON MILLS. purchasing MERCHANDISE.July -
2 : -d chttter, England. t VOLUMB:TEX or TUE "SCIB TaFIC AMERIC.L'f"commences tities. I
4, oe ', I Taylor, Richardson & Co., Jacksonville. II. B. A Co, are establishing Depots for the sale] 7-tf on the 16th of September. It is chiefly Produce of all kinds parrluued.
.; : securely put of "The Protector" in all parts of America. Phy.ilcians S. II. Rockenbaughj devoted to the advancement of{he interests of Mechanics All are invited to call before ending purchase*
despatch, fall Ocala. SPRINGFIELD MILLS.E. Goods fitrentors,Manufacturersao4 Farmer*, elsewhere.N. .
Surgeons Druggists,
I tions aked. I A. DcCOTTES, Jacksonville. Merchants,Hatters and Milliners Clothiers,also Gentlemen's Dry GENERALCOMMISSION and ia edited by men practically skilled i the arts B.-A.large assortment Negro Goods inch

-.- Persons Furnishing Store-Keepers are entrusted with the MUCH ANT, I and sciences. Probably no other journal of the aa Kerseys, Blankets P ie.
.- fain, Ole MOODY'S MILLS.P. wholesale and retail distribution of them, and 112 Pearl Street, N. Y. same character is so extensively circulated, or so july &-tf HENDRICKS A CHESS.

ABO. Wacsssaesa. Moody, Jacksonville. whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise t, CAREFUL attention will be given to sales of generally esteemed for impractical ability. Near-
.ve of& I and a splendid opportunity opens to them for safe Rice, Sugar, Lumber, Timber, and ly all the Valuable Patent which issue weekly To 'the_Pub1.l.o.
.t a BELLECIIASSE & FINEGAN'S MILLS and profitable business. other Southern Produce. Also, Merchandise purchased from the Patent Office are iUuslried viffi Eagrar-
ltr post Bellechasse & Fincgan Jacksonville. For terms apply 1.0lIARCOtRT. on mod advantageous terms. julyS-tf jag., and the claims of all the Patent are published TIlE UNDERSIGNED, successor to
': Me Tamp BRADLEY. CO regularly its columns as they are issued, JL Tixutcs, No. 3, Holmes' Building, have ia
. .. thus making it a perfect Scitsnrc store and for sate,
1 any part REED & IIOLMES'S MILLS. 38 Ann Street New-York,U. S. Joseph Grice, AND MECHANICAL A
Pla De Reed & upoa the sub
. S. Holmes Jacksonville. GENERAL ject of Mechanical Improvements

; with S Valuable Sea Island Cotton and. COMMISSION. MR OH ANT Engineering and the Science generally.Chrauttry It II MERCHANDIZE

.. I apsvs Uteri, i I MAYPORT MILLS. Corn Land for Sale. ; 35 Water Street, N. Y. published weekly in quarto form suitable for bind Consisting of Dry Goads, Groceries ProvLrioM,

,- well to lay I Key West. Uoeg & Parsons, FOUR miloa above tho Bar of St.John's river STRICT and prompt attention given to the sal ing, and each rolnmne contains Four Hundred and Hardware and Cutlery Crockery and Glassware,
':: :- eonsatt the I Mayport, Duval County, Fla. located on the river, The tract articles of produce entrusted to his care, Sixteen Pages of Reading Matter, Several Hundred Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes Saddlery and a
W H embraces seven hundred and fifty acres, five hundred and an orders promptly complied with. [July8-tf Engravings with a full and complete Index. large assortment of Book and Stationery, and all
. : J; PANAMA MILLS.E. of it, or nearly so, first rate hammock land, Its circulation on last Volume exceeded 23,000 other articles suited to the trade; to which they
& Eaterpries. R. Gilchrist, Panama Ducal County. and in Its original state, with the exception of Hoe & Co, Patent Ground Saw copies per week, and the practical receipts in one invite the attention of the public, and auk them to

1 I t -f.-- I Poet office at Jacksonville. about eighty acres cleared and well adopted for a TUB Subscribers manufacture, from the best volume are worth to any family much more than caland examine their stock before purchasing
'.. crop the ensuing season. Steamers necessarily Steel. CIRCULAR SAWS, from two the subscription price elsewhere, aa they flatter themselves that they
Adamtrills. ST. JOHNS MILLS.J. pass within fifty yards of the place, In ascending Inches to eighty inches in diameter. Their Saws I The following CASH PaIns are offered by the can sell as low a* any one else, far cash or country
... 't P. Sanderson & Co. the river. On th. premises there II a very superior are hardened and tempered, and are ground and Publishers for the fourteen largest lists of subscri- produce. "* .
AL Post offioeat Jacksonville.NASSAU three-story mansion house with a basement of finished by machinery designed expressly the hers sent in by the Istof January,1855.'-$100 will T. II. BURTON. I M. W. GRAVES,

LaM warrant 4' nine feet. Location Health, Water, and all other purpose, and are, therefore,much superior to those be given for the largest list; $75 for the second; fgr N. n.-M.W.G BAT is.would respectfully
tas ed t MILLS. natural advantages not to be surpassed. Title ground in the usual manner, as they are strength *65 for the third j J55 for the fourth| ISO for the inform the public that he still continues the
m { good and term accommodating. Apply to Tnsno ened and stiffened by increasing them in thickness fifth ; |45 for the sixth 5 $40 for the seventh; $35
r4 18t of Bellechasse & Finegan, Nassau River. Piuw9'L*Co, Charleston,8., C, A. T. Bra- regularly from the cutting edge to the centre, con. for the eighth 1130 for the ninth; $25 for the tenth; DAOUERREAy BUSINESS
; t me informlag my Post office at Jacksonville. bam PalatJcC _Capt Coxetter, steamer Carolina} seqnently do not become heated or bucklsd, and t20 for the eleventh; S15 for the twelfth; 'tlO for one door west of Dr. H.D. Holland's reaide.

.q .I t pbi ftnerally I un ,that or to the owner, on the place.B. produce a great saving in timber.' the thirteenth; $5 for the fourteenth. The cash Jacksonville Jaly 8, ISSi.i .

tend applying i ORANGE MILLS.A. .. HOPKINS. They also manufacture Cast Steel Mill Pit and will be paid to the order of the successful competitor
the r. H. Cole & Co. Mayport HOI P. 0., Cross Cut and Billet after the >ieolaUon ot Copartnentiip.
a.R &* I opt Saws Webs, superior qual- immediately the 1st January,1855.
w new stock t St.John's Bluff, E. F, September 23, 1854-tf. ity all of which they have for sale,' or they may TERM--One copy, one year, 12; one copy six I,NOTICE is hereby given that the dwolved copartnership the .
MAGNOLIA MILLS. G.Butler & Co. was on :
o be obtained of the principal Hardware Merchants months '1'1 fire copies six months$4; tea copies
: Per..r T.'G. Hendrick,Magnolia,Fla Notice. 'I throughout the United States and Canada.' six months, t3| ten copies twelve months |15; twenty fourth of July,by mutual consent .
NOC. 0&aad THE undersigned will be absent at the North I R. HOE CO,' fifteen copies twelve months, $2; twenty copieswelve J.q.Butler to authorised to settle the buda* ,

Lpw.b. BURLINGTON MILLS. the present time until about the lit of 29 and 31 Gold Street. \ months 128 in advance.No ., oftheeoocem. Prompt payment of ,eaUtaadinf. :

I -' IAvbigitea, l 0.and Sadler I Co., Post office Mandarin Fl,. October nut, when they will reopen a stock of I,Publisher of newspapers who'will insert number subscriptions above twenty can betaken debt. due the- arm is requested.. JOHN O. BCTLEB. --
'. ,t all spark Good ,for this market- In the meantime their this advertisement three times with this note and at less $1(0 each.. Names can be sent in at
t .1 ti> Sudan- PALATKA MILLS. I business will be in the hands Rodney Dorman, forward ns a paper containing)the game, .rin be different times and from different Post Offices.," :aug.2-tt. ___ _R.ILIEESE. .

I. Paktka Steam Saw Mill Co., P&Utka.FOUNDRY Eq. BLOODaOOD BOUSiT pain fat printing materials by pnrcaasingfonrtimss. -5 Southern aad.Western money taken for sabscrip* \. CopartnerahJp. .J. '-
l&. pp pntvp_ 'J.A.-B.ARBEB. the amount of their bill for the advertisement. "* NOTICE U hereby given that we have tail day
New York April 22d,1834.: .July-3tg ," I itesllJ bevdirected,'postpaid, Hrnrv AC into eopartnenhip for the purpose
&1.< .eMILUf I AND MACHINE WORICg "B 't1'de'XSfep *. 128 Faltott teeet,W Y* of sawrag and planeing Umber, at the Steam Saw _.
; lACKSONVILLE'OUNDRY.AND: ( M torntr Notice- ,Mesas. Men 4 Co. are SitesaiY4lHlgageJ. tat 1COI known u the City Mill,,mnde? .the earns,
OlOIC& Is my a. MACHINE : : ,- TT/ILL difpatoh all jobs ia a workmanlike man. A .PPL1CATION 1ri11 U ua to the DlZt'G n- procuring patent for sew mnDUOAI.aad, firm.aad atyla,tf.Batlet A KlemiT.U .
r S '-absssMe frosa A WORK& VVr-MtV >flMM, Aa, wlUU ftuntoae* tnt of .ti era Aannbly tat amendment to the Chat ,torrentow,without charge, m rtgard to Oat JIG' JOHN O. BtTTL (
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