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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:
November 4, 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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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BY AUTHORITY. elected, respectively. Previous to the firs t the districts which shall be assigned them. ehall receive m annual salary of two thousand places holding the courts, as to them election and the return thereof as the Governor 'I aj common law jurisdiction.EacfeDIilrJcV
eleton the Governor shall cause a census: .1 jurisdiction of the several courts herein dollar The eaid salaries shall ta shan seem proper and convenient.SET. shall appoint and direct; and he shall. Court or the Hdge thcreofj" ibaH *ppom
LAWS ,) of th inhahit.ant and qualified } provided for, both appellate and original paid quarter-yearly, 'from the dates of the: IS. And be it further enacted, That at the same time declare the number" of itzderkwhoabali alaotetLe' register
voters of the Tr cuties and di, and that of the probate courts and of justices respective appointments at the Treasury of all officers to .be appointed by the. Preside i- members of the Council and House of Keprepentatires chancery, and'ahall, keep LU cffic* Ht tluf
OF TilE CMTED STiTES. tricts of the Terit", be taken by I of the peace, shaD lie as limited I Ir bj" the United Stater; l ut no such payment ,nt,by and with tho advice and consent : to which each of the counties place court may U-&IJ.'i"rVnt -
1 persons and moc a the Governor T law : Provided.,That justices of the peace shall be nude until nil officers shall have of the bcuatejfor tKe Territory of Nebraska or district shall entitled under this act. of error. the;, of exception, *nd appeals,
PUBLIC ACTS OV 33d CON CUES ': shaH designate and appoint; and the persons ,. shall not have jurisdiction of any matter hi I entered upon the duties of their respective who, by virtue of the provisions any l law The persons having the highest number of shall be allowed in aU case from the, final
or TUEUNITED 6 appointed shall receive a reasonable controversy when the tiUe or boundariesof 1 appointments. The members of the Legislative now existing, orwhich may be enacted legal rotes in each of said Canncil District decisions of said district court to Uwr Sc-
compensation therefor. And the fsel: hind may be in dispute, or where the Assembly shall be entitled to receive during the present Congress are required for members of the Council, shall be declared preme Court,undf rnch regulations;*J may
STATES. tion shall be held a such time ad I debt or sum claimed shall exceed one hundred three dollars each per day daring their attendance to give security for moneys, that may be by the Governor to bV duly electedto U prescribed by Jawf.but 1 DO caserV
and conducted both dollars and the said and thereof and three intruated with them for disbursement. moved to the Supreme Court] shall trial by
Passed thtjirst session vhich vas begun b i suc manner, &I,I ; supreme : at the sessions the ; and the persons Itarinj ;
and held at the City Washington, ( to persons superintend suc I.I districts courts, respectively, riiall possess dollars each for every twenty miles' travel 1 ball give such security, at such tune and highest number of legal votes for the House jury be allowed in said court. The Suprecq
in tM District nf Gtlumbia. on Monday, election and the returns thereof a chancery &s well as common law jurisdic in going to and returning from the ausessions id !! place, and in such manner, as the Secretary of Representatives shall be declared by Court or the justices thereo, shall appoint
the 5th day of hrccmbrr. I'53.and end I Governor shall appoint and direct; and ho i tion. Each District Court, or the judge; estimated according to the nearest j I of the Treasury may prescribe the Governor to be duly elected membersof its'own clerk shall bolt Ida office'at th-
Monday, the 7th day if _oftlgztst, Ihal at the same time declare the number J thereof, shall appoint its clerk, who shall usually travelled route ; and an additional 1 j SEC. 19. An-lbe itfurt/ter enacted, That said house: Prodded, That in case two. pleasure of .the.court for which. be- eaalt
cT j m.m'1 of the Couucil and lou e of, also be the register in chancery, and shall allowance: of three dollars shall be paid to ,j all that part of the Territory of the United or more persons voted for shall have an have been appointed. "VTrit*,of error, sad
ATCHISOX, President of the Sonate. pro {! tics or districts shall be entitled under this may be held. Writs of error, bill of exception day he shall so preside. And chief clerk ,except such 1ortioiis thereof are hereinafter : I I shall otherwise occur in either branch of court allowed, a
lempore. Ltsx Jon,Sj>caVer of the House act. The persons hating the highest number : an appeals shall be allowed in all one assistant: clerk a eergeant-at-arnn, and I expressly exempted from the operations the Legislative Assembly, the Governor taken to the Supreme.Court of the United
of loprvsiitati\i.! of leg votes in each of Sid council districts cases from the finJ decisions of said district doorkeeper may be chosen for each house ; ef this act, to wit, beginning at a I shall order a new election ; and the persons States, in the same 'manner and under the
( of the Council, shaH be courts to the Supreme Court, under and the cheif clerk shall receive four dollars I point on the western boundary of the State thus elected to the Legislative Assembly same regulations as from the Circuit Court
l- [I'LCLIC iJX.f .] declared by the Governor to L duly elected such regulations as may be prescribed by day and the said other officers three of Missouri, where the thirty-seventh parallel f shall meet at such place and on euch dal of the United States, where the: vIdeof
per ,
An _4.clto Organize the Territories of Vc- to the Council; and the persons hvin I law ; but in no case removed to the Supreme donors day, during the session: cf the I I of north latitude cresses the same; as the Governor shall appoint; but thereafter the property, or tho amount in controreryj] a
Lratk.i and Kaiixai.Jlr I. the hijrhes-t number of legal votes Court shall trial Uv" jury be allowed Legislative per Assembly; but no other officer': thence west on said parallel to the eastern the time place, and manner of hold to be ascertained by the oath or: affirmation
; it enacted by the &nate an.1 House House of Icpreentatnes, shall be declared in Mid court. The Supreme Court, or shall be paid by the"United States: Provided I boundary of New Mexico; thence north on I ing and conducting all elections by the people of either: party, or other competent

; ftf Rrpresentaticesfifthe L'nUcd State i JAmfrica : by the GouTiior to be duly elected members the justices thereof, shall appoint its own That there shell l>e but one session of said boundary to latitude thirty-eight; and the apportioning the representation witness, shall exceed one thousand dollars j,
inG>nrrexs axitmbled, That all I of said house : Provided, That in case clerk, and every clerk shall hold his officeat the Legislature annually, unlces, on an extraordinary thence following said boundary westward in the several counties or districts to except only that in all casts involving titletoslavesthesaidwnitsot'emrororippcalI.
that part of the territory of the United I two or more plon'oted for shall h lune the pleasure of the court for which he occasion. the Governor shall to the east boundary, of the Territory of the Council and Honse of Representatives, .
i>Ute includc'l. tlluii the ftflowing limit?. an equal \'Ot and in cute a va- shall have l>een appointed. Writs of error think proper to call the legislature together I Utah, on the summit of the Rocky Mountain according to the number qualified voters, shall be allowed and decided by Raid supreme
except bucli portions thereof! are hereinafter j'I I canty shall otherwise occur in either branch and appeals from the final decisions of said There shall be appropriated annually, the ?; thence northward eaid summit to ehall be prescribed by law,as'well as the day court, without regard to thu nlao.
cxpres:ly e\einpted fivni the oj>eratioud ,'' of the Legi.-latne Assembly, the Governor Supreme Court, shllllJe 1 allowed and maybe usual fium. to be expended by the Governor the fortieth parallel of latitude ; thence east of the commencement of the regular sessions of the matter, property, or title in centre-
L of this act. to wit : ixrpnnm'; at a | shall order a new election ; and the persons to the Supreme Court of the United to defray the contingent expenses of on said parallel to the western boundary of of the Legislative Assembly: Provided, versy; and except also that a writ cf error
point in the Mi* uri Kivir where the fortieth !! thus elected to the Legislative! Al'scmlJIJi States, in the same marcier and under the the Territory including the salary of a the State of Missouri ; thence south with] That no session in any one year haH exceed or appeal shall also be allowed to the Su-? '
I parallel! of north latitude crudes the |i shall! meet at such place and on such day the same regulations as from the circuit clerk of the Executive Department ; and: the western boundary of said State to the the term of forty days, except the pre me Court of the United States, from the
S same ; thence w'e-t on said i-arjllcl to the as the Governor shall appoint ; but tlvere- courts of the United States where the value there shall also be appropriated, annually, I'lace of beginning: be.:and the same is hereby I first session which may continue sixty decision of the said supreme court created j '
east boundary of the Territory of Utah, on after, the time place, and manner of holding of the property or the amount iu controversy a sufficient sum. to be expended by the created iiito a temporary gjvmimcntb days. by this act. or of anyjudge thereof or of
the summit of the Rocky Mountains ; and conducting all elections by the people, to be ascertained by the oath or Secretary of the Territory, and upon an !) the name of the Territory t f Kansas ; SEC*23. And be further enacted, That the district courts created by thl&actj or of
thence on said summit n"rlhTiard to the and the apportioning the representation in I affirmation either party, or other competent estimate to bo made bv the Secretary of I and when admitted as a State or State every free white male inhabitant above the anyjudge thereof upon any writ habeas
forty-ninth par jilt..1 north latitude thence the several count. or districts to the witness, shall exceed one tho'isand: the Treasury of the United States, to" defray the said Territory any portion of the age of twenty-one years who shall be an corpus, involving the question of ,personal
vast on eaid paralkl, to then 5(:rn boundary Council and Hou! of Representatives, according dollar; except only that in all cases involving the expends of the Legislative Assembly I same, cliall be received into the Union with] actual resident said Territory, and shall freedom: Provided That nothing herein
of the territory of Minnesota; thence to the number of qualified voters I title to slaves, the said writs: of erroror the printing of the laws and: otbcr or without slavery, as their Constitution possess the qualifications hereinafter prescribed contained shall be construed to apply,to or
southward! on said boundary to the Mieouri Miall: be prescribed by law as well as the appeals shall bi allowed and decided by incidental expenses ; and the Governor and nay prcscirbe at the time of their admission shall l be entitled to vote at the first affect the provisions of the ract.respecting'

Jlncr; thence do\rn the main; cmn-! I day of the commencement of the regular the said Supreme Court, without regard t<) {Secretary of the Territory slialL in all money : Provided, That nothing in this act election and shall be eligible to any office fugitives from justice, and persons*escaping
nel of said rher t<. the place of bejinninj. sessions of the IA.'gislatit'esem1)ly; Pro- the value of the matter, property or title! intnuted to them. tIC governed eocly contained hal be construel to inhibit the within the said Territory ; but the qualifications fiorn the service of their masters approved
be, and the same i created into a j tided.:That no session in any one year shall I In controversy; and except also"that a writ: by the instructions of the Secretary of the government of the United States from disi i iII i- I of voter and of holding office.Mall February twelfth seventeen, hundred
the of the exceed the of shall also he allowed said Territory into tuor more Territories election shall be such and ninety-three, and the "act to amend
temjwrary government by ii-une I term forty days, except the of error or appeal to Treasury of the United States and shall, 11,; subsequent u "
Territory of Nebraska;and when admitted first session, which may continue sixty the Supreme Court of the United States, eetni-annually, account to the said Secretary ; in Such manner and at such times I shall be prescribed by the Legislative Assembly and supplementary to the aforesaid act,
as a State or States, the sail territory or; dayp. from the decision oftlui ash Supreme Court for the manner in which: the aforesaid Congress shall deem convenient! and : Provided, That the right of suffrage approved September eighteenth, eighteen
any portion of the sam, shall be received I SEC. 5. And be further enacted, That I created by this act, or of any judge thereof moneys shall hire been cxponJed ; an'1 no '| proper, or from attaching any portion of i and of holding: office shall be exercised hundred and fifty;and each of the'said district
into the Union with without slavery as every free white male inhabitant above the or of the district court created by this act. expend.ture shall be made by said Lenala-; said Territory to any other' State or Territory I only by citizens of the United States courts shall have and e.xcreise'tMsune

their constitution may prescribe at the I age of tweufy-one years who shall be an I or of any judge thereof upon any writ of tire A!4emby! for objects nt specially: nil I of the United States: Prodd&lfarlh- [lAnd those who shall have declared on oath jurisdiction in all cases arismgtmder;
time of their admission : Proriderl, That actual.resident of said Territory, and shall habeas corpus, involving the question of thorlzed by the acts of Congress, making fr, 'hat nothing in this act contained! shill] their intention to become such. and shall the Constitution and laws of the United
nothing in this act contained shall be construed I possess the qualification hereinafter prescribed j personal freedom : Prodded, that nothing the appropriations nor eyoni the sums be construed to impair the rights of per. to inhibit the government of the United shall be entitled to vote at the first herein contained shall be construed to apply appropriated for suclTobjects.SRC. .-, :I' or property now pertaining to the Indiansin I of the United States and the provisions Courts of the tnited States; and tbe-
States from dividing said Territory into election, and shall be eligible to any office I to or affect the provisions to the "act 13. AnJ be itfurtlier enacted. That said Territory, eo long as such right* of this art: Awl prodded farther. said supreme and district conrtsofthe said.
two or m'>re Territories in such manner I within the said Territory ; but the"qualifi- respecting fugitives from justice, and per .legislative Assembly of the Territory ,f shall remain unextlnguT d by treaty between That no officer, soldier, seaman,or marine 11 Territory,and the respectirejiadgestleere.of
and at such times as Congress shall deem cations of voters, and of holding office, at' son" escaping from the service of their nina of Nebraska shall hold its Erst session ct i i the United States and such Ihditns, or other person in the army or navy of the shall and may grant write, of habeas
convenient and proper, or from attaching all subsequent elections shall l be such as tees" approved February twelfth, seven such time and place in said Territory i 1 or to include any territory; which by treaty United States, shall be allowed to vote or corpus hi all cases hi which the same'aregranted
any portwu of sad Territory to any other haIl be prescribed by the Legislative Assembly teen hundred and ninety-three and the the Governor thereof shall appoint :and direct !1 whh nay In.ti.tib 13 r.ot, without! th* hold office in said Territory by reason of by the judges of the United State
State or Territory of the United States : : Prodded, That the right of suffrage -II "act to amend and supplementary to the ; and at said first session; or as soon I connect of aid tribe, to be inclndcd within:: being on service therein. I in the District of Columbia; and the' first
l'roridedfurliisr. That nothing in this act and holding office shall be exercis- aforesaid act," approved September eighteen j thereafter as they shall deem expedient I the territorial limits or jurisdiction cf nl I Sir. 24. And be further enacted, That six days of every term of said courts or so

contained shall: l>c co: .trued to impair the i I ed only by citizens of the Unitel States eighteen hundred and fifty ; and each the Governor and Legislative Assembly I State or Territory.; but all such territory the legislative: power of the Territory shall 'I much thereof may be necessary, shall be
rights of perron or property now |>ertain- i and those who shall Lave declared on oath ':, of the said district courts shall have and shall proceed to locate and etabh the shall be excepted out of the boundaries: I extend to rightful subjects of legislation appropriated to the trial of causes arising
ing to the! Indians in said 1'crrir.I'\ so I I their intention to become such, and shall exercise the eacie jurisdiction iu nIl cases scat of government(or jEoi-i Territory c t | and constitute no part of the Territory of t consltentrith the Constitution of the under the said Constitution Um aod
lung as such rights tlmll n main I have taken an oath to support the Consti-iI i arising under the Constitution and Laws of such place as they may derm eligible ; which Kana, until said tribe shall signify their j United States and the providtona of this writs of error and appeal m, all sndi CUM
I by treaty between the United :I tutbu of the United States and the provisions !! the United States as vested in the Circuit I place, however, shall thereafter be sa'ject i iI I absent tl) the Prcsi lent of the United States t act ; but no law shall bo passed interfering shall be made to the Supremo Court: of Said

States and such Indian*, or to include any j of this act : And prorided further-I, I II ] and District Courts of the Uuitcd to be changed by the said Governor anlLegialative I to be included within the said Territory of i with the primary disposal of the soil ; no Territory, the same asia other .&- Tha-
l which with Indian That ollicer. soldier marine States and the said Supreme and District I Kansas or to alfect the authority of the said clerk shall receive the same rees'in 'all
territory by treaty any j no seaman, or ; I Assembly. I [ tax shall be imposed upon the property ofi
tribe, is not., without! the consent of said or other person in the army or navy of the I Courts of the said Territory, and the respective St::. U. And be further enacted, That i I government of the United States to make. the United States;nor shall the lands or other I such capes, which the clerks of the district
tribe, to 1* iacludt! within the ttrritoriaI : United States, or attached to troops in the judges thereof hall and may grant I a delegate to the House of Ileprescntives of I! any regulation respecting such Indians, property non-residents be taxed higher courts of Utah Territory now receive fbr-
! limits or juri- i C'ti.n of any State or Teni- service of the United States shall be allowed writs of habeas corpus in all cases in which the United States, to serve for the term of| their Ion U' property. or other rights, by | than the lands or other property ofrcsidents. I similar services.
tory ; but all such territory shall l be exc< tout I to vote or hold office in said Territory, the same are granted by the judges of the two who shan be a citizen of the I I treaty, law: or otherwise, which it would Everybillwhiehshatlhare passed the Council SEC. 28.And be it further enacted. That
: cd of the nnd.iries. and constitute n-> by reason of being on service therein. United States in the District of Columbia :; United years States, may be elected by the voters j hire been competent to the government to and Hou e (Representatives of the said I the provisions of the act entitled An act'respecting

; part of the Territory of Nebraska, until SEC. (0. And be further enacted, That and the first six days of every term of said qualified to elect members of the Legisla make if this act had never passed.Sue. Territory shall before become a law be fugitives from justice, and persons
I said tribe shall th"uif.r; their a-H.-nt to the : the legtL tic power of the Territory shall courts, or so much thereof as shall bo necessary ti Assembly, who shall be entitled to the .20. And be further enacted, That presented to the Governor of the Territory I escaping from the service of their maa-
President of the United States to be included shall be appropriated to the trial of the executive power and authority in andover if : tens" approved February twelfth, seventeen -
. extend to all rightful subjects legislation Same rights and privileges as are exercised ; he approve, he shall sign it ; but if
the said Territory Nebraska. i causes arising under the said constitution said Territory cf Kansas shall be vested I hundred and ninety-three and, the
within consistent with the Constitution of the and enjoyed by the delegates from the several ;, not, he shall return it with his objectionsto
or to alfect the authority of the government I United States and the provisions of this and laws, and writs of error and appeal in other Territories of the United Statesto in a Governor who shall bob his office the house in which it originated, who provisions of the act entitled uAn act ta

; of the United States to make any regulations act; but no law shall be passed interfering all such cases shall be made to the Supreme the said House cf Representatives, but fr four years, and until hid successor shall shall enter the objections at large on their amend and supplementary to aforesaid
such Indians their lands I Court of said Territory, the same as in other be appointed and qualified unless sooner act "approved September e eighteenth eighteen
rcpecting I with the primary disposal of the soil ; no the delegate first elected shall hold his scat journal, and proceed to reconsider it. If. ,
property, or other rights by treaty, law, tax shall be imposed upon the property of cases. The said clerk shall receive in only during the term of the Congress to 1 removed by the President of the United after each reconsideration, two thirds of hundred and fifty, be.and.the same are
which it would have been all such cases the same fees which the States. The Govereor shall l reside within declared extend to and bo In full
or 6ther\vi.-e, the United States ; nor shall the lands or which he shall be elected. The first election that house shall agree to pass the bill it hereby, '
to the government t> make if non-residents be clerks of the district courts of Utah Territory sai.11'crrit.ry, and shall be commander-in- force within the limits of the said Territory
competent other property of taxed : shall be held at such tine and place., shall be sent together with the objections,
S this act had never iit.e.i.Sc higher than the lands or other property of I now receive for similar services. and be conducted in such manner: as the chkf of the militia thereof, ,He may grant to the other house, by which it shall likewise )Kansas.
-. 2. And be ttfurt't tnact'd, That 11'e"i lcnts. Eiery bill which shall have I SEC. 10, And be itfurtherenacted, That Governor shall appoint and direct; and at j I :1nhcma respites for'offences against : be reconsidered and if approved by SEC.29. Aad be it further enacted That
the executive power and authority in andover I sed the Council and House of I .PC'\S-I provisions of an act entitled An act regl all subsequent elections the times places |I I tha laws of said Territory, and reprievesfor United two thirds of that houit, shall become a there shall be appointed an attorney far
laws of the
said Territory of Nebraska hall be tives of the said Territory shall, : ccting fugitives from justice, and persons" and manner of holding the elections' sluiibe i j oTcnces against the law. But in all such cases the votes of said Territory, who shall continue,in cce
vested in a Governor. who shall bold his I become a law,be presented to the Governor i! escaping from the sen ice of their masters, prescribed by law. The person leaving I State, until the decision of the President both houses hail be determined by yeas for four years and until his successor'shall

office for four \ears. and until his successor I of the Territory; if he approve, he shall ': approved February twelve, seventeen hundred the greatest number of votes shall be declared -, con be made known who thereon shan;be he shall commission I. and nay, to be entered on the journal of be appointed and qualified, unless sooner f
shall be appointed and qualified unless sigu it; but if not he shall return it with and ninety-three, and the provisions by the Governor t8 be duly elected; ; all offiers appointedto each house, respectively. any bill shall removed by the President, and:who-'shall
sooner remo\ed by the President of the I! his objection to the house in which it originated of the act entitled "An act to "amend, and and a certificate thereof shall be given accordingly. office under the laws of thei.ll'errito lanbe'' not be enturned by the Governor within receive the same fees and salary as the Attorney
United States. The Governor shall reside I who shall enter the objections at supplementary to, the aforesaid approved That the Constitution, and all ry, and shall take care that the three days Sundays excepted) after it of the United States for the present

within said Territory, and fchall be com- large on their journal and proceed to reconsider September eighteen, eighteen hundred and Laws of the United States which arc not faithfully executed.SEC. enacted That shall have been presented to him the same Territory of' There shall also b '&
mandcr-in-chicf thE militia th may grant pardons and respites for offend. thirds of that hou.-.e shall agree to pass the extend to and be in full force within the force and effect within thc saId Territory cf I there shall be a Secretary of said Territorywho signed it,unless the Assembly adjournment shall hold his office for four years and until
his office
against the laws of sail Territory and reprieves -,I bill, it shall be sent, together with the obI limits of said Territory of Nebraska.SEC. Nebraska as elsewhere within the United shall reside therein, and removed hold the prevent its return, in which case it his successor ahaU be ,appointed sal
for offences agiinst the laws of the I I joctions, to the other house by which it I 11. An.dbe it further enacted, That States, except the eighth section of the act for the years of,the unless United sooner States lie by shall shall not be a lair qualified unless sooner removed by the
United States until the decision of the i ,likewise be reconsidered i and if approved there shall be appointed an Attorney for preparatory to the admission of Missouri all the laws; antI SEC. 23 And be further enacted. That l President and who shaliexecutesflpnocesesiasningfrocaths
shall continue in office record aad proceedings
. President can ilC made known thereon ; he I I| by two thirds of that house it shall said Territory, into the Union, approved March sixth, of preserve the Legislative Assembly hereinafter all township, district, and county officers, said courts when exercising -
and until his
I shall commission all officer who shall be become a law. But in all such cases the for four years, successor eighteen hundred and twenty, which, being and all the acts and not herein otherwise provided for than be their jurisdiction as Circuit tad
\ appointed to ollice under the laws of the 1 I totes of both houses shall be determined I be appointed and qualified, unless sooner shall inconsistent with the principle of nonintervention constituted of the Governor, in his Executive proceedings r appointed or elected as the case may, be, in District Courts of the United States j. ho
, said Territory, anJ shall take care that the i I by yeas and nays, ,to be entered on the removed by the President, and by Congress with slavery in the be shall transmit one of such manner as shall be provided by the shall perform the duties be subject ta the
the copy
and Department
! laws be faithfully executed. I journal of each house respectively. If any receive the same salary as States and Territories, as recognized by and; of the Legislative I Governor and Legislative Assembly of the same regulations and penalties and be .entititled -
the journals
&EC. 3. And be further enacted, That ; bill shall not be returned by the Governor of the United States for tho present the legislation of eighteen hundred and fifty within days after the end : Territory of Kansas. The Governor shall to.the same fees as the Marshal,of
there shall be a Secretary of f Territory, within three after 1 Territory of Utah. There shall also be a called the Compromise Measures Assembly thirty the District Court of theUniUd States. Ltt
I days (Sundays excepted) I the who commonly of each session and one copy of the executive nO'Dinate,1Dd, by and with the advice and
who ihall reside: therein, and hold his office i it shall havo been presented to him tIle Marshal for Territory appointed, is hereby declared inoperative and and official correspondence consent of the Legislative Council appoint the present Territory of Utah,and shall}in
until proceedings
office for four and
for live %'caw, unless! sooner removed by I tame thall bo a law in like manner as if he shall hold his years, void ; it being the true intent and meaning the first days of January all officers not herein otherwise provided addition be paid tw hundred dollars; an-
the President of the United States ; he I:I had signed it, unless the Assembly, by adjournment t his successor shall l be removed appointed by the and President qualified -- of this act not to legislate slavery into any and scmi-annnally July in each, on to the President of for; and in the first instance, the Governor nnallyas a compensation for extra,.service
unless years
shall record and preserve all the laws and I I prevents its return in which and who sooner shall execute all Territory or State, nor to exclude it there tho Senate and to the Speaker of the House alone may appoint all said officers, who ?. a
proceedings of the Legislative Assembly case it shall not be a law. I the said, courts when processes excrds-. from, but to leave the people thereof perfectly of Representative to bo deposited ia the han MId their offices until the end of tbs SE. 30. And be{(further cnacttot, natthe

hereinafter constituted, and all the acts and I Sec. 7. And be further enacted, That their issuing jurisdiction from as; Circuit and District' ( free to form and regulate their domestic libraries of Congress; and, in case of the first session of the Legislative Assembly ; Governor, Secretary Cfaef Justice,and
proceedings of the Governor in his executive and officer institutions in their own way, subject absence of and shall lay off the districts for Associate Justices and
all district
i township county Cours of the United States ; he shall perform death, removal resignation or necessary Attorney, Marshal
department ; he shall transmit one : not herein otherwise provided for, shall be the duties be subject to the same regulation only to the Constitution of the United. tho Governor from the Territory, the Secretory member of the Council and House of 'Representatives shall nominated, and by and with' tile
copy of the laws and journals of the Legislative -I appointed or elected as the case may be, and and be entitled to States.Prodded, That nothing herein con shall be.and he U hereby,authorized and all other officers. advice and consent of the Senate,appointed
Asset bly within thirty days after in such manner as shall be provided by the the fees penalties as the 31'arsbalofthc District tained shall be construed to revive or put and required to execute and perform all SEC. 26. .1ndtte itfurtherenaczecl,That by the President of the United Sufec..
the end of each region and one copy of the I I Governor and Legislative Assembly of tbe11'erritor' Court same of the,United States for the present i in force any law or regulation which may the powers and duties of the Governor no members of the Legislative Assembly I The Gns-ernorand Secretary to be tppeiat-

executive proceeding and the official first correspondence -: The Governor shall Territory of Utah, and shall, in addition, i have evicted prior to the act of sixth March daring such vacancy or absence, or until shall hold, or be appointed to, any office ed aforesaid shall,before they act as cadi,
teai-annually.each on days the I nominate, and by and with the advice and bo paid two hundred dollars annually as a eighteen huared and twenty, either protecting another Governor shall be duly appointedand which shall have been created or the salary respectively'take an Oath orf1rmtionbe..
January and July in year to : consent of the Legislative Council appoint for extra services. establishing, prohibiting or abolishing qualified tofu such vacancy. or emoluments of which shall have been tore the district judge or'sonte fastict'of

President of the United States, and of two the i 1 I all officers not herein otherwise provided compensation Stc. 12. And bo itfurther-enacted, That I slavery. SEC. 2i And be it furt/eerenacted, That increased, whilo he was a member, during the pAee in the limits of' said. Territory
copies of the laws to the President for ; and in the first instance the Governor the Governor Secretary Chief Justice, and SEC. 15. And be further enacted, That the legislative power and authority of sakl-j the term for which ho was elected.and for I doll authorized to administer oaths andiffimations
of ,
Senate and to the Speaker of the House : alone may appoint all said officers, who Associate Justices Attorney and I there shall hereafter be appropriated, as has Territory ehall be vested in the Governor one year after the expiration of euch terra; by the laws now hi force therein .
Representatives, to be deposited in the libraries -:,I shall hold their offices until the end of the shall be nominated and, by and with Marshall been customary for the Territorial governments and a Legislative Assembly. The Legislative but this restriction shall not be applicable in, before the Chief Justice or some Associate
of Congress ; and in case of the death, I. first session of the Legislative Assembly ; advise and consent,of the Senate,appointedby a sufficient 'am uut to be expended Assembly shall consist of a Council and to members of the first Legislative Assembly Justice of the Supreme Court of the
removal! resignation i or absence of the Governor -!, and shall lay off the necrsssaryMIatiicU for the President of the United States. The under the direction of the said Governor House of Kcpresentatives. The Council ; and no person holding a commission United States, to support the Constitution

from the Territory, the Secretaryfchall i members of the Council and House of Representatives Governor and Secretary to be'appointed as of the Territory Nebraska, r.ot exceeding shall consist of thirteen members having or appointment under the United States. 4;>f the United States, and fiutnfulry discharge -
be, and he is hereby, authorized and I I and all other officers. aforesaid shall, before they act as*Iuch respectively the sums heretofore appropriated for similar the qualifications of voters, as hereinafter except postmasters shall be member of 4 the duties of their respective offices,
required to execute and perform all the Sir. 8. And be it further enacted, That take an oath or affirmation before objects for the erection of suitable public prescribed, whose-term service shall continue tlie Legislative Assembly,or shall hold any tvhic) said oaths, when so' taken shalT'bawrtitnxl :
powers and duties of the Governor during I no member of the Legislative Assembly the District Judge or some Justice ofthe buildings at the seat of government and two years. The House of Representatives office under the government of said Terri by the person by whom the Same

each vacancy o absence, or until anote, shall bold or be appointed to, any office Peace in the limits of said Territory,. for the purchase of a library, to be kept at shall at iti first session consist of tory. ihall have been taken;'and such certificates
Governor shall b duly appint ad qu41 which shall have been created or the sala- duly authorized to administer oaths and the ecat of government for the use of the twenty-sir members, possessing.tke same SEC. 27. And be it further enacted, That (hall be received and recorded by tha said
ified t fill such vacancy. ary or emoluments of which shall have been affirmations by the laws now in force therein Governor Legislative Assembly, Judges oj qualification prescribed for members of judicial: power of eaid Territory shall be secretary among the executive proceedings;
SI.4. And b further enacted, assdFerritory increased while he was a member, during or before the Chief Justice or some the Supreme Court Secretary, Marshal and the Council, aad( whose term of service vested in a supreme court district courts, tnd the Chief Justice mad Ass &telus-
the legislative power and authority of I the term for which he was elected, and for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Attorney of eaid Territory,and such other shall continue one year. The number of probate courts, end justices of the peace. Wes anda11 other civil officersjn ukt 7 r-
shall b vet in the Governor I one after the expiration of such term; the United States, to support the Constitution persons, and under such regulations, as representatives may be increased by the The Supreme Court shall consist of ritory, before they act as 1UCh'*hall take a
jmd a Legislative mby. Th Ll41 but year this restriction shall not be applicable of the United States and faithfully: shall be prescribed by hurt, Legislative Assembly from time. chief justice and two associate justices any ike oath or affimation before the said Ge.

Irf Assembly shall of a to; members of the first Legislative Assembly to discharge the duties of their respective SEC. 16. And be itfiutherenactedThaA in proportion to the increase of qualified two of of whom shall constitute a quorum, :rnor or Secretary or some Judge orJus-
The Council '
Qouse of That the whole number and who shall hold term at the seat of ice of the Peace Jthe Territory who
leprntAtiTe. baying ; and no person holding a commission offices, which said oaths, when eo taken, when the lands in the said Territory dull voters : Prodded ; may
.jihafl cniiit mebr (-- or appointment under 'the United States ehall be certified by the person by whom bo surveyed under the direction of the government shall never exceed thirty-nine. An arrortionmeht government of raid Territory annually;and 1 xs duly commissioned and qualified ,wWcb
the qualifications of Toter service a shall Postmasters shall bo a member of the same shall have been taken ; and such of the United States l'reparatory shal be made, as nearly equal as they ahall bold their offices during the period laid oath_or affimation ehall be,* certified
ter prescribed whose term except the several counties of foureazs and until their od transmitted by the person takugstlio
sections -'araon* successor
the Legislative Assembly,or hold any office certificates shall be received and recordedby to bringing the same into market practicable, ,
continue two Je The House of consist BepreenUUrps -: under the government ot said Territory. the said Secretary amort" the Executive numbered sixteen and thirty-six in,each districts, for the election of the CouncilandRepreeentatins. shall be appointed and qualified. ,The said I lam to the Secretary be by him recordid -
first cession, be and the each section Territory ehall be drrided to three judicial as'aforesaid J and afterwards*- lib
and the Chief Justice and Associate township in said Temnitoryshall ,
of members possessing the same $sc. 9. And be.further enacted That proceedings : in the ratio i iof shall be ath affimation shall be
twty..ix 'Justices and all other civil officers same are hereby reserved for.the purpose of the Territory representation districts,and a district court heldiesclmosaiddistrietabyoneoftbajus or taken-certified,
qualifications u prescribed fo members of judicial power of .said:"Territory shall as .be. md recorded fax such manner and forma
such to schools in said Territo-1 its.qualified voters as nearly may in I *
in eaid before they" act as of being applied
the Council, and .hose tu service shall be vested in theSupreme Court District shall take Territory like oath, or. affirmation before andm the State and Territoriel. re- *And the members of tho Council and of the ticesro the Supreme Court at. such time iiidphaesas nay prescribed by law. .The, Go roorhall
and In of a ry,
Pr6bato Courts
continue of 't Courts: ; ehaQ, reside in I[ receive an annual alary CC two thouiand
on le. the said Governor or Secretary'"or some after to be erectedo of.the'eame.. House[ of Representatives, maybepreacribedbyiaw; -
rea:'ayJbe Increased by the 'Legis the } & The Supreme Court shall can: of the Pcace'of the Territory : Ssc.'n Awlbeit/urtherennctetv.'Bu.t and be inhabitants. the dietrtct or, connty and'the said judges shall, after: appointments i five hundred dollars, Ik* Chief Jus-
JtiYC.SSCmbfr from tinito 6m1nprd. sist.of' a chief justice.and two,associate josticea Judge who or:Justce be duly commission:t andiialifiwhich until otherwise by,,law, the Governor or counties, for,which they.may bo elco-! respectively,.reside In the district I ice and Associate Justices shall receive an
portion to te iD f.4 yoters ; any.two of whom shall ,constitute a taay 'said oath or', affirmation of aid Territory may define the,Judicial ted respectively. Previous tcf.\he' first whidvebaH be-assigned them. The jurisdiction i anal sahry of two :thousand dollars...
: shall, qaorum,and Who shall hold a term at the'Mat q the shall cause a census of the court hemnprovid- fhe Secretary shall receive sa anaual .sals
1rri4 Tt th wbl : certified and transmitted by,'the Districts of said''I'mitort,, and as election] ;; Governor seven '
., pp6rtkm- government'of said Temtorf'nuJ11iaw an- shanjbe the Inhabitants ed for both and original and that of tro.thousand doUusV Th said !
>uex A T taking the same to the Secretary sign the Judge* who IDb Appointed for or enumeration and qualified appellate 7 ,** *
..b .made, .u 'equal!'. \he.1' absflhoLltbeirofficesderfig person recorded si aforesaid' ,and afterwards said Territory the several districts t and -voters of the'several counties and dis tho probate courts and justices of the tries shall, bequsrter-ytrl7fru; U olates
'practJcabl, among Lbs several .counties1 ordlstriCtSfr .. the pCriodof tour yer &Dd untIl their be by.hhn the Cke *oath c: affirination'j 'thaflbe.Uken. also appoint the--tmws and place for hold- tricts. of the Territory be taken bj each, ;ehkn be as limited bylaw"; Provided ( ,of the Tespoctive" appointments atht

thi election the'council jfcndrrprescaUtiteaglTinc icveor shaflbeappotutedsndquaUfledrboiald.oriitory.sbahi ;: rU4reoided, ifl ,suchnasaer Ing1 court in tbfc several counties or subdivisions persons and in such mode,a*,tha,Governor haL.jnst1cesof'th4" peace shall not have t Treasury of the UnitedStateerbdnoluch
'to-each' section 'o : ', f lad farmasma/bepres3ribed )> in eachor said Judicial District byproclamation haIl designate and appoint; and the .perntBoapvointedb1ureceiTe jnrtsdietion-.of any-natter-inntroversy I payment shall. be made VznUVnid effin -
hfibe ratio,of three judicial dutrvrtsj,and district coe4l1i.h1t4 ylaw M AjM *VtAcpmpenaaUoil. shall have entered. tbft. ofsir
title boundaritiof
;erritorr representation t '"The Governor cbaQ ieceiTtan; *ujual to be Lwced-by.hun}toot the or maybe c pou uutiesj
q'Totr M nearly u may b be141D'each of' said districts bt one 'hundred St.their-firttjor any ,And the.first eletion < in'dispute pr' where the debt or 'sum I respective appointments. f Tdie.mcmjn
'( ;'at I :'salary,of jtwo) thottsah of the of Supwne
the mbr u- Cad'of't jiosticef; d no.. '.1'hJ.Cb1.Jnrtice'ind" ssociate subsequent- session, oJiganuzftliter haU1 held such'tnmen.1 places, cJaimedshaU jfxceed bnehaodrod dollar; 1 1aDd gpktiTeJLasemluj-loir b
such tnaes end places M' prescribedtheir < '
S & uUec&AaltacielT&n'ann salary modify uch," t. &, and k4 and bf conducted ia cuch'tianneiC 'both u the/jajd supreroV'iM ;Bstricteoort*. 4 titled to receive .threedOUIsaCh per
; art UintahtaAtsot the district jttrj U bf.Ia'l"_ .theuFjode pfte th lip.l d.;'* ilt :'the.tba !"jtnii. .1 t i 'I i rwpectiTtly,1! shin o** druxeery UTffH al wi, 7_ et.

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tfamoi t&rec dottart. .ftci S r-nny. cNKEING4wir.zo5iAYi115ZftwiUbe ; -7: '"TMBPTX.01 EE3J9ECTSoioxok -./ 1 i !;.L.m ,- We took with Interest for the' adentl& moL OASZ3T BLIUHBT.

twenty.im1e trarelItro>'i ixx going to alldfttarDlngftom4li. TiS OC'GtlfM Uu5. : seen from the following Level No.20, K-oV A M } : :: b Con&ittee- the Academy This beautifol and popular song or UHad,
Cbtmcit CteAXin octJ834 in whlchwsrbopef.rsn P- said
.eald eesskmsj ectlaaf 1l. ,, ; 24seisew4.Pz4, 1, 4-L. ) b to have had its origin under the W-
tc"the iiearese tnrellroute .we 1.t.g 7mb.N : : Councilinet- ent: ITO P.0 n and hl- lowing circumstances which .
I according :usually Sd thai --S WaiazA4'U: ) hay the Sapret p.ol solidified give it add
(;- and an additional sUowancoofthifrUart ou' p rett Intendantf Messrs.Oeo.0.; p m tional interelt-.

shall Bejftld: to tEe lidiDgomof < S JACKSONVILLE :' long lower over that cUy;hare at length Architect Gu: n" t.d S.ButoG.o.VajI, Cl S : = ,;, bC "Some .when .

each' house for each day he shall so pi" oeemdirpelled. .The TheTyer: o IB tion of m tvuitIesdthIammdano: : r v 8.. R.Wiffiams, .,g.W. ,VtrsegerDed a Cll printer, and years several ago other Woodworth Old New the-' .

side Aui a chiefclerk,one assistant 1ert S A u n DAY JfOVZMBEK 4* $4.. that from tbc and ". "3elow.snbmIttbitnTestigetionoftbeCQrunerand4szq..ontbpdeath : ken"
t. I bowon&ofththiags were, ,w ,Proceeding* of last m were ro & were; brother typos in a printing of.
and deor-keeper Sr. t- of indiidua1duringenne,1mmtel7w1tb-
eergeMkknDa, ; DaI sphere, Brother MICHAEL HEARN ; a flee, which was situated tho
sincerely hope corner of
bit chosen for each house aad thech : nd
r upd ,ensrablememlerofour fraternity r Chestnut
ar Street and
clerk shaB receive four dollars day and DEMOCRATIC epoch hi the historyof a MM1UVCK.CeuBctlmaa Chambers there were
t per MEETING! Be it therefore eat the dty lt- very few places in the city oY New York,
.. the said other offices three dollar per dir be succeeded by a continuance t"het Cal bXroduced the ta0a\ 'From at no"'papers or where one could the of
enjoy luxury really
1LeaoivedTbat5wi: sympethi a -
oIlbct deeply
the sessioD Legislative Aeembly
writing were found e
and drink.. '
consequent prosperity: Ordinance whisk wuusenlmoeaypssend 'good the
lag c Among few places
of ,
j but officers shall be paidVJ' with the family and relatives our d sed came hereon. Sunday
the United States Provided, That To oca ,bUT mZX ed, Brother in the irreparable loss < :. ins ; stopped evening at quaran-15t most lishment worthy of patronage, was an estab-

there shall"be but one ecesion of the Leg. It affords u great pleasure to refer oabsent they hare swreck. AH OABIVAVCZ m atianos TO Sn> .W tine,f CA when kept by :Mallory, on Franklin
A ; about
unless citizens and readers abroad to the Iesolv blank be left on Sracrrs SaT h street on or the same spot where
Uture annually, on an extraordinary page AND PUUD IK THE or his maw waa aged 52, St John's Hall stood.
occasion,the Qorernor shall think properto following proceedings of the You Men's our rr book on which shallbe inscribed JACKSONVILLE. die of'Virginia, but lately resident In in recently Wood-
worth with
all the Legislature together. There 1l.uii and Boo: the ne age and date of decease of Br Be itoriM the Intendant of t1 Washington, was very fat,and stout, not friends,had company'dropped' in several at this particular place one

shall be appropriated,-annually, the usual IfeaWs1 be seen Town Tows fJacksonvWe.ThatfrornandatirthepuugeothiaOrdin. above middle height had o black cloth afternoon for the of
be by the Governor epidemic is regarded as haying subsided: Resolved That a of these resol purpose taking some
expended to
curn, to copy coat, pants and vest; had with him a small brandy and. water" which
the of the Territory TUE ,DEMOCRATS of Duval UD of UM SftVMMh enerole tions be signed the officers,and Mallory was
defray contingent expenses t a UM ; by proper sues it shall and may be for any valise in which were found a vest, ; famous for keeping.
,including the salary of a clerk of the La ,beld*t the Excbmjf Ibis evening at forwarded to the family of ou deceased to lwt of the pr and hankerehief together with aht
County are requested to meet the and resolution son or persons any twenty "The liquor was super excellent and
6 following preamble Masonic in ,
Executive Department and there shall also 0'ce Brother, and also to the Lodge
streets of the town of Jad lars in his shicollar
by Cpt.J.W.Anderson, aad uuinwusly North Carolina of which the walk public gldor bf ela Woodwortn seemed inspired by it; fbr,after
' be appropriated annually, a sufficient sum, this EVENING ((4th inst.) s at pasted t Tarborough deceased for member. by planking the A by paring initials taking a draught, he laid his glass upon

: tobeexpendedbytheSccretaryoftheTcrritory WAcre D death from yellow fever baa occt, was many years a the same with brick, stone or graveL B. P.Rit is also reported b was connected the table, (remember,reader, if please
and upon an estimate to be made the Court House, in Jacksoi red for the part for days, ud A far .this AM Rewired, That a copy of these resolutions Sec. Be it further If any with the Navy Yar that in those 'rare old times' a man ,

I by the Secretary of the Treasury of the] cl e ascertain,if not a CAM of te scourge be also forwarded. the toW : person 2 persons shall oif
i United States to defray thecxpenscsofk vile for the of taking city. with a request that they publish th Ban shall to be torn remoed -I in the'Catholic Some our J
; purpose Bt Rtiotted, That we believe I S. BUFF1NGTON destroy,or cause up, cemetery. o and smacking his lips, declared that Mallo-
the Legislative Assembly, the printing of'tho' safe i tca and we advise our absent fc ) or shall b i ting citizens who conversed with him, say I be ry's eau de vie was superior to hehad
. ) COM' detye any
and other incidental into consideration the election I aD prdeDt C.M. > eg
: of
lava expense; < Iw-teD t rtl t their borne aad their bus- COPER or par- was a man extensive information and itelligence in- ever tasted. 'No,' said i .M., Mrou are quite

M and the Governor and Secretary of the Territory C.&AROL. Set. GEO. COL ) ment of brick, stone or gravel, or any sidewalk with. gentlemanly and affable mistaken; there was one thing which, in
: shall, in the. disbursement of all mon- a UNITED STATE SENATOR by SAVAJUUH, Oct.311854.. A true copy from the iDut. of plank, or any manners. both of our estimations, far surpasses thin

eye intrusted to them, be governed solely the Attest: JOHN W. Psicx, the streets of the town plakthroug JkjL" Washington and V'ii pape. in the way drinking.' 'What was that 7*
next General of S
: by the instructions of the secretary of the Assembly < HEALTH other of the side-walks
improvement or said Woodworth
please dubious.
any copy. 'The
la t1a draught
Treasury of the United States, and shall, the State of Florida. A R Ta., be pryal lo our streets of said town, designed for the easeandacconsmodationofthe CITY OJ ST. ACCCITISE: l of pure, fresh spring water that we used
sentannnally account to the said secret general .a. LAwSM0DrixD.-Our cit -
1.0 inhabitantathereof ]
absent feUow-dtiietn to return he StatoFra S to drink from the old oaken bucket that

t, ry . shall hare been expended; and no t the publication the resolutions if a free person, be fined for Inquest called to view the Body of a labors of the field
doubt pleased to learn that in on a sultry day in smamer' -
shall be made said thi, Board 14th October Jut b cons up
expenditure by Legist : adopted on U
be believed
. quested.By each offence, and Ifs slave sh punisled white m[n ukw
for not authorized paued.Rttolred and Charleston having
, Assembly objects specially Thattheforegobizreaolatkmibapnl Ten of'Sua by thirty-nine Provided to be.Randolph] upir morning "The tear-drop glistened for a moment in
., by the acts Congress making the order of theEXECUTIVE luhed in the city papers.M. been declared t be n longer infected ports nothing in this Ordinance contained shall in the vicinity of this ctl; the performance Woodworth's eye. 'True I true?! he replied

0 4 appropriations nor beyond the sums thus .J. BUCKNER, Ca B.H, the quarantine laws af this place have been prevent any person oWinn or occupyingany of their duty examined his r and soon after quitted the place. He

appropriated for such objects.SEe. COMMITTEIJACKSOHYILLZ B A.T. LAWKBKCK Set. so modified as to admit vessels and persona lot or part of a lot within t limit or mains and procured such evidence in rel returned to the office, grasped the pea and
.. 31. And be itfurther enacted That; the town of Jacksonville removing tion to the cause of bis death as was to 1 be in half an hour THE OLD OAEEN BCCKET

a the seat government of said Territory is TBE QUAZUTINL from those cities bonding at this plao side walk or improvement of the street had; that there were no mark of one of the most delightful compositions i in,
hereby located temporarily at Fort Lcavei AND ALLIGATOE PLAK1EOAD. With the abatement of the yellow fever St Marys and Darirn are however still sul- in the front of his premises for the purpose andfn deceased-that n our language, was ready, in manuscript to

. worth; and that such portions of the public in the ports which have been jested to quarantine, of replacing the same with a more substai sign or appearance of his death having been be embalmed in the memories of succeding
.01 I building as may be actually used and We are glad to perceive that the Directors qur- tin or better description of walk or paye caused by the ravages of the prevailing epidemic generations."

. needed for military purposes, may be occupied of this Company have concluded to let tine w would suggest a modification o( z- Mike Walsh is again running for ment at Charleston where he was recently)

: and used under the direction of the out the building of this road by contract quarantine laws. For instance, all the Congress in New York. I is proper to remark COMMITTEES. fm t that in the opinion of this Jury THE OLD OAIEX BCCKET.
. Governor and Legislative Assembly, for for Jacksonville now to be the visitation of God How dear to this hurt art the scenes of my chflda
freight that he Hard by from cause
i such public purposes as may bo required and hope that this proceeding will restore toPalatkaand back h be fore it can cried blanded. i a cadidat. Committee to whom w referred the b them hood

' I f under the provisions of this act. confidence to the stockholders. We would latest accounts from St. matter of buildingnew market house reported October uk-own.1854.K. When food recollection presents them to view t
t This is not only an inconvenience 11- Tho orchard, the meadow, the deep-Uorlod wildwood .
:.. ; Sec. 32. And be further enacted,That respectfully suggest that the road be first r lead to the believe that the progress and asked for further thai B. 2, (Foreman.) F. Bridier John ,

.' 15 a delegate to the House of Representative graded clear through to Alligator. \V c to the steamers, but in a measure, defeat Granted. W. Swiney, ADd every loved spot which my Infancy kaowi
fever is still To. Wii MunsU
1. :i of the United States, to serve for the term'' the object The Jacksonville yellow Abtng. Antonio lit The widfr-preadiog pond aDd the mill that stood
would thus have a good road all the On motion Councilman B Go.W
by Buffington a
.t ,4. of two who shall be a citizen of the; way, by it,
years, .
has to be placed under hatches and Hnmphrej
. !f United States, may be elected by the \<- and people would become accustomed to freight JC3T Major B. A. Putnam i a candidate Committee of three was directed to be appointed uhingDariu Tbo bridge aDd the rock where the cataract feD
. elect members of the in the hold, when otherwise i it for the office of Mayor of St. Augiu M. Tho eot of my father, the dairy-honao nigh it,
; ; tert qualified to Leg- travelling over the route, and of course the coned to take into consideration matter To the Coroner of St Joh County.A And e'en the rude bucket that bung in Ute wan
, who shall be entitled would have been placed on deck and hav
Jslative Assembly, to business of the road so far as the planks tine. pertaining to the "Willey Cemetery.- The old oaken bucket,the uon-hoand bucket,
the same rights and privileges as arc exercised complete airing from the Strong-minded Candidate for Tho mow-corerod
rived a sea- bucket that hong in the woll.
." and enjoyed by the delegates from extended would be vastly increased.Our breezes. JC3TWe notice the arrival in the City; Whereupon the Intendant appointed Coui Matrimony.

;. .. I the several other Territories of the Unite object in introducing this topic< of New on the 25th insL. at the St. cilman Buffington, Call and Williams, said A lady advertising for a husband in the The moM covered vessel I bail M a troarare;
For often at noon, when returned from Ute SiLl
States to the said House of Representative! however, is to bring to the notice of the FIRE IN CHARLESTON. Nichol Hotel of non S.I Mallory S. Committee. Water Cure Journal, gives the following I found it the source of an exqnuiUpIeaiaxe ,

:. 1. but the delegate first elected shall hold his stockholders and the public generally, two A fire broke out in the warerooms Senator from this State. DILL AND ACCOUNT description of She certainly Tbo purest and*w.t st that cater eau yield.
eat only during the term of the Conges cag henel. h How ardent seized it, with hand that wit
projects by which we think the road can be of Chapin On motion by Councilman Williams the some fine "points:
. I ( to which be shall be elected. The first Lnar Ifetingst glowing,
.::: .2 election shall be held at such time and pig speedily completed. Instead of frittering about 2 o'clock on Tuesday zWe clip the following precious bill of Isaac Swart for funds adnnc i I a just twenty but wi not marry before And quick to the whit.pebblod bottom It fell;

.j ces.and be conducted in such manner, asS away the means of the company in law suits premises with several other buildings piece of information from the Savannah the case of the Tow*. Biggs Co. was I a two years I am a graduate Then And soon dripping with the with emblem coolness of truth itroeo overflowing from too,
i" the Governor shall appoint and direct and b Georgian. it uLay on McDufi Marietta Seminary. I can do and
; ; against indigent defaulting stockholders we ing totally destroyed. The boarders and S goes taken from the table, and after a discussion well;
I1 at all subsequent elections, the times, pint and damned he who first cries I love t do, all manner of from The old oaken bucket, the iron-bound basket
would that the two counties or b thereon it passed and ordered to be houwork
visiters at the Pavilion Hotel ,
ccs,and manner of holding the elections were very & making pies and bread to ; I The moM-covered bucket arose from the welL

5; '. shall be prescribed by law. The person Columbia and Duval, through their Boardsof unceremoniously aroused from their couch. enough: paid.A. can do kinds of sewing,from embroideryto

:; :: having the greatest number of votes shall] County Commissioners, take stock enough ES by the event. SOuTHERN NEWSPAPER EDITORS l! THE bill of J. M. Pens fordrayage, 4o, b linsey a pantaloons; I can skate, ride Bow As tweet poised from on the the curb green it mosey inclined brim my to moire lips I it,

: be declared by the Governor to be duty to complete the road in conjunctionwith By the diligent and judicious efforts of STO THEKN Southern CouJs.-Editor and proprietors best be- ing was, on motion by Councilman : lance, sing, play on the piano or spinnin Not m fall blushing goblet could tempt mo to leare*,
.4 elected and a certificate thereof shall be newspapers b prsnt wheel, or anything that may reasonably Though filled with the nectar the fabled god sips,
the stockholders. Todo this to a Committee consisting b
.. given accordingly. That the Constitution, the fire department the Pavilion was saved, cautious a to what they publish Cal, ref'er expected of my sex. required, I can And now,far removed from the toyed situation,

, : and all laws of the United States which are of course, there would have to be an enactment although the lofty kitchens and outbuildings touching the vender of Yankee notion, Councilman Call, Act and Cole. the of a dunce in society of the "uppe The tear of regret will intrusively 111'.11.

SiJ shall have the by the General Assembly who, from time to time, come South of the of A* fancy reverts to my father's plantation
authorizing gr
t not locally inapplicable same of that house,which enclosed the courtyard ten' part a woman among wo And sighs for the bucket which hangs in the
Dixon's with their well
and line
Mason wares.
( : .' force and effect within the said Territory those counties to subscribe for stock and to on the side toward the fire were con- The petition of T. McMillan with regardfireproofbuilding for ridinghere allow mo to maLi The old oaken basket the uroo-boand bucket,
, : of Kansas as elsewhere within the Unite! Our readers may recollect (we do to our banter: man may bring two horses, moas-ooTered bucket,which in Ute
any hangs
issae Bonds if to raise the ordinance w.D.
necessary, meant sumed. Mr. Butterfield's loss is estimated that of being .__ .
I Shcarjashub Spooner prnted
States, except the eighth section of the act sorrow) one jive me choice and ten feet, and if he --
S preparatory to the admission of Missouri We can see no valid objection why these at over two thousand dollars. The loss of New York or neighboring pt or hitgent was laid on the table, and Mr. McMil overtakes me in one mile I a hi tel; not Mutual Confidence.

,. into the Union,approved March sixth,eighteen two counties should not take five or ten Mr. Chapin upon the departure of the years since, place, undirected unanimously to be notified thai te horse is mine. Beware Before election in Pennsylvania, a few
t hundred and twenty, which, being inconsistent thousand dollars of stock apiece and we Florida steamer had not been ascertained. Huddling what passed for "Bydels provisions of said ordinance must be com am a believer in hydropathy, and use years since Hans,who was alocof icowent,

i: with the principle of non-inter believe their Bonds would readily sell in of Shakespeare. Richmond with. no tea or coffee, neither do I wear corsets; to see his father-m-lawt.was a strong
; Tcntion by Congress th slavery in the fro Daniel, editor of the Eamin.expos ple but I willing my husband shall do either whig.
Charleston for this and the cash HEALTH OF CHARLESTON. RESOLUTION a
object what he believed to be
I t States and Territories, as recognized by the ext charcer ; he desires. I belie vein "om's rights "How te do, Hans 1" said the old man.
c tk5 legislation of eighteen hundred and fifty, obtained. We believe that the increased The yellow fever having run its cycle or the speculation, thus seriously diminishing By Councilman Williams,and unanimously i believe I have no right to meddle with fcllow te do, fader 1"

r commonly called the Compromise Meas value of the property in the two counties nine -ek in this city seems now on the ihearjashub's operations in that the city.- pe politics, or man's business in general "How you goin' to Cote di* fall Hans 1"

.4' ;p urea is hereby declared inoperative and would justify the expenditure, and enable eve of departure. In the 48 hours ending hereupon Spooner, indignant to at the injury : The Governor of the State ol( leiter have men the right to meddle with Oh, mit the locos,of course, fader."
void it being the true intent and meaningof done to his innocence, resr Court has ours. As for I am neither tall Tot! fote dat lacer ticket 7"uYes
tc ; them soon to lift the debt by taxation.- last Saturday night there was but one of the venue wrong, Honda set apart Thursday, the 2 appearance, you goin'to
this act not to legislate slavery into any Virni dm- or Nevember next,as a day of Thanksgiving nor shor large nor sml but I am just a:' fader, you know I's a locos. and I
of the lie
But also believe that if once the road death and in the 48 hour
State to exclude it there we ending Monday kid Inek I: I "
: fq Territory or nor md Prayer throughout the State; A wa me h-re never attempted to must fote te locos dicket.
from,but to leave the people thereof perfectly was built, the counties could readily (if desired light but two deaths,although the weather otIS til to months New York afterwards and nUles Daniel wrth U7a The town.of Jacksonville b n alter my a 1 am perfectly fcNow, Hans, I'll tell you rot 111 do mit
having occasion -
, Il free to form and regulate their tlomcstic ) dispose of their stock at par and lad been wan damp There is every to be there, it arrested, at the instance blessed during the present stisfie"ith the same. By fops I am you you no fote for te locos and I no fote

; '4 institutions in their own way, subjec thus relieve themselves from further resxmsibilitj. reason to believe tht scourge i now Shearjashub, aforesaid, on the charge of summer in being entirely exempt from the'isitations handsme; by the young men on for te den you see, don't you
only to the Constitution of the United of dreadful scourge which whom I please to smile, I am styled the Hans 1""Very
We that the of its libeled this named tht
are aware having long
I States: Provided, That nothing herein contained robb trrorsTHE Last week the trial off gntlclen. has desolated sister cities on tho Atlantic height perfection; by those I frown upon veIl fader."
: shall be construed to revive or putS Florida Late a strong prejudice againstthe of came the result : Therefore, the devil's imp;" by the wise and 6ber 1 YiU you do it lIans?"
; in force any law or regulation which may State and counties, incurring indebtedness WEATHER. a Terc 63,50 against Be it Resolved, That His Honor the In- a called wild and foolish ; by my fernal< "Yes,fader." '

; have existed prior to the act of sixth of for these purposes,and a mortal dread For the pt week we have been in the lant.We notice that several of the Virginia endant be requested to issue his Prl acquaintances "Molly," and by my uncle ]I "Now! don't you forgit. Hans."

S !March eighteen hundred and twenty, either >f high taxes. But these are prejudices enjoyment: delightfully warm and plea not having the fear of Shearjashub aation, urging upon all the \ am called "Tom." "No, fader."
f 1. protectin, establishing, prohibiting, or feelings that must be overcome if we ever sant weather, and it is gratifying to know and papers New York courts before their eyes,are his town the strict observance, of said day If I marry, it wl be man who uses no After the election Hans went again to
abolishin' slavery. as a day of thanksgiving and andcqucstmg spirit tob profity. He may be see his father-in-law.
hat; through the favor of Providence denouncing the transaction with considerate prayer S
Sec. 3 And be it further enacted, That expect to get out of our swadlmg clothes. an Al-wis the merchants and others to young old rich or "How te do, Hans T'
Richmond Post
: there shall hereafter be appropriated, as has We have heard of horses that could trot aU the health of our town has been indigatio T. lose their stores and other places of business poor, but in the extreme He must &Hoirte do, fader?"

i been for the territorial reserved disease of fatal character spks said have a good common education at least *- Hans did ?"
customary governments day in the shade of an oak. This is like > -no a have before taken occasion to ex- on day. Veil you go to te poll
a sufficient amount to be expended He must be industrious he must be "Yes fader."
: been it be .
laving cpa-
prevalent. May ever ADJOPRMENT.
Let of the
under the direction of the said Governor of the progress hitherto of Florida. us press our opinion unalloyed iniquity ble of so bearing himself in any society thai "Vot! and did you fote?"

1 I the Territory Kansas, not exceeding the awake from our lethargy-lay aside our thu! or this whole proceeding. Mr. Shearjasubpooncr On motion of Councilman Cole, Council he will be beloved by all; his "Yes, fader, I had to do't. Boy got

sums heretofore appropriated for similar timid policy, and act like men who knew "HOXB AQAIH. brought taken to from this the city a number of Alderman of then adjourned.Attest on after acquaintance, must difiton around me,and wouldn't let me off fader.

lit objects: for the erection of suitable public engravings plates : E. GORDON, He,after must allow me "Oh! rascal no do aa
hey had to risk something if they hopedto Many of our citizens who have been sojourning dell's Shakespeare, which had rspect mar you yqp yon say,
Clerk CounciL "
buildings at the seat government,and for n of CoUoW conscience, lans.
results. Other States and abroad for and been aside out for half cen-
gain great some as worn -
thepurchaseofalibrarytobekeptatthe tie pst provided I do not trpl on h rights,a Hans was d discovered and in bis confu
S eat government, and for the use of the counties and towns even, are expending who have doubtless been reurning tur alleging that by some process with 80LTDERZD JOLT- he must follow IWt ion rather meekly asked:

v' Gorernor, Legislative Assemble, Judges of hundreds of thousands and millions for sooner, on account of the existence whle we are not acquainted, they had The last number the American Medial "Did yo go to the polla, father?"
Mr. the
1 ri:I the Supreme Court,Secretary Marshal,At- ternal Improvements. Why can't we In-I or the Yellow Fever in neighboring cities, editor een completely of the Examiner Daniel monthly contains an account of a visit Caught I a TnpYe. or No "To be sure, Hans?'
* t torneyofsaid Territory and such other b The Colowg i fm Courier des "And did fote fader?"
q j by a committee of medical gentlemen t you
few thousands? observe have returned
turn a we pleased to to believed to be an imposture, representing me ;'
and under such regulations as shall Urim "To be did. the old
:t persons, E snre, replied man,
the truth of the it well known appointed by the New York Academy of
p i.t prescribed by law. But we hare another resource,by means the enjoyment of the bland and healthful case, as was Norman peasants were atome in tones of earnest excitement. "Don't you

: S. 34. And be it further enacted That i or which the road can be built without risk Atmosphere of our sunny clime. to exist There can be the little sale doubt of that Medicine, to th establishment of Mr. to meet every night to play cs. Oe suppose I know better dan to trust de tarn

when the lands in the said Temtory shall to any one. We mean by obtaining grant t expsur prevented and thus interfered a great ilatchford at Armenia, N. Y..(some thirty them, Antonie, was a ba locos?

be surveyed under the direction of the government -. miles east of Ponghkeepsie) where"solidifi- a charming daughter named Sophie.
of alternate
from the State, eighths or quarter THE ISABEL. with the speculation of the exhibitor. In thai
of the United States tenyearsyounger Thing Decidedly Object To.
preparatory sections of the land lying alonj The of steamer Isabel at the course of his remarks, Mr. D. mik" U If the opinions ex unmarried and we
rwamp anim- e
t' to bringing the same into market, sections! non-iva th bil frie tb possessor o We decidedly object to the first-floor
numbered sixteen and thirty-six in each the route of the road. We have seen a her usual time in Charleston for awhile with great severity upon pressed in atie referred to, reepectig a Sphie act every lodger coming home in a sate of inebriation -
of Northern of
township in said Territory shall be, and communication from Mr. Wells, the State caused considerable anxiety. The steamer mon prti articles speculators of vertn here the value of this new description of food day to see Phiip and getting into our bed with hia

thirty-nx in each township in said Territory who has been these lands worte. well founded, the juvenile population, attached to hil perhaps somewhat attach- boots on.
selecting of her.
' agent TOP. Dudley was sent out inquest and by a system of hum a ad to his ,

} is,. erred shall for be the, and the same of being are hereby, re-to to one of our citizens by which it appears A boat from Key West, carrying the bug quite at variance with fair dealing. In at let of New York,may indulge in h was ltte notwithstanding although he Philippe had al- We decidedly object to a waiter always
--- purpose applied plot prr telling us he's coming and never doingWe
included the wholeNorthern for milk"
ecaools in said Territory, and m the States that the townships through which the roadis u. arrived i Charleston o Tues- this denunciation he Now. if Spooner ty self-congratulation; 'wi b re a certain a However, it.

and Territories hereafter to be erected out to from Jacksonville to Alligator and the community. ready[ committed appalling ravages i ti agreed but as the
_I pass lay, reported la as having received an the place to try it m up decidedly object to a young lady

S.S of the.same.Sec. 35.And. be contain: 219,695 acres of swamp and overflowed broken her shaft off Indian River, and put wu here. ,d, the right whichhe their i The editor describes the process ay to cool and when the ne Philippeeean came with her hair done up in a newspaper adertisement. -

I ilf.urthtrCMCttd, lands that have been selected and to bring his action as follows \ pies .
S into Key West. undoubtedly possessed : before the civil to tiethe
until otherwise law the Governor authority,
pronded by to the State. This will nearlyall in the courts of this city. He kept a To 112 Ibs. of milk, 28 Ibs. of Stuart's nuptial he with decidedly object to an infatuated dramatist
of said Territory define the Judicial now belong replied a atrongllant of his fire
may knot
us themanuacript
k-out for Mr. Daniel and him white were added, and a trivial "
STEAMER CAROLINA.This x> sugar proportion when asked whether
for ast ,
Districts of said Territory, and assign of it be available some purposes, h act tradegy
New York whither he had mat. of a teaspoon- ,
the judges who may be appointed for either for the timber,turpentine plantations, steamer has resumed her regular i of business., He was determined gone that tnt merely bi-t11 neutraliz- wod tak Sophie well to be his wife.the of We decidedly object to a baby dabbling

aid Territory to the several districts andS She arrived in Charleston Tues- enr may snppossed, anger his damp little hand about our face while
hold- or small farms. Being contiguous to the rips. on the case should not be tried on its own leg of anI &di.tYJ which in the summer Antonio was and Sophie was
also the times and for very
appoint places from the St. Johns river in it off until he could: U a few minutes after Tiolnt the mother stands by, and remarks that
merits he season
S Inc courts in the Several counties or subdivisions road it wiU be worth on an average of fifty day morning so put fda exhibit eyen reativ distressed, te consequence was the little dear is- beginning to take no-
about fifteen hours that she is those whom Mr. D. had de milking, although inappreciable to the or- that the evening card broken
in each of said judicial districts by cents per acre. If the company can get a showing among party was up. tice.
ounced. It the denunciation of thefarthero. of taste. The was
prod&m&tion to be luued bl him; but the grant; of alternate subdivisions in these not yet prepared to forfeit her reputation .people was that obtained this FIns into evaporating pans ant of pou, A t the end and of lom addressed weeks Pbipp met We decidedly object to a doctor. telling

rial&tiTe Assembly, at their first or any Townships, they will have 109,847 acres for speed and promptitude. he jury revenging themselves, Trict embedded in warm water. heated In, SEh tu. dear hr had no intention us in friendly way, that our family were
Rblequent session, may organize, alter or me my cid [ noted for weak chests.
, such districts and worth, at fifty cents per acre, the sum offifty.four roughtit in, not remunerating Shesijashub. It A thermometer was ien i to regretthe always mistaking -
JDOdit1' judicial The Fever I Savannah and Charleston. If there is anything baser in the these water baths;that, you but how We decidedly object to a person
the judges,and alter the times and places thousand nine hundred and twenty breaking up parties; for his mortal and giving us
.3 The latestadvices received of the abatement whole history ef J1dcl proceedings wear inspection, the temperature might not rise 'san I make Pen Antonie forget the insult us enemy,
ritwAdingthautothcrashallseem three dollars and half $54 50) back under
, S a ( o which a tremendous blow on the con
yet to hear of the point years of be thinks I hare him? I
proper and convenient. sufficient to build the road.But of the Yellow Fever hi the cities above abe exrc put upon assure Tictiw.
amply .
mm lutbe sustained shown advisable.To
"The evidence ease eve-
& 34. bd be ilfurtAer enacLed That lamed,lead to the conclu- you that I reproach myself with it every We decidedly object to a man's always
[ i if, as is customary, the grant be for alternate U irsi&tll rywordthatMr.D.hadssld with regard facilitate enporUon by means ."
aU omcen to d with be appointed the adyice bl and the consent of- subdivisions within three miles of ion that it lnr preni as a epi- to theplatea. We hope this nric will blowers and apparatus, Jar I th Ink" replied Sophie, "thatl can dis- laughingat his own jokes, and never laugh

lemic. Notwithstanding the succession of put Southern people on a current of i established between the cover a lilian,. Go and to father ingatours.'
of will be doubled speak
the Senate for the Territory of Kansas, the road, the number acres g a my We decidedly object to any one purloining -

who, by Tirtue, of the provisions of any and the fund increased U proportion wa summer lik days of late, te]h often against presented the spurious to hub that from thesequarr. Connected)Ters of the p and steam the solidifying engine is an milk artngement AY him you repent of what you to have done andfix iteU our good things,and palming them offU
law which be enacted continued abatement of wit you are willing marry me,
now existing or may teen a his .
And why should the State not grant di.For A to stirrers for' agitating the own.We
any ,
more open attempt gag for the and
upon an early day wedding
during to give the security present for Congress that are required be lumber of acres that may be required? I the three days preceding Tuesday last it would be difficult to lrnaine.Let mi slightly while eTprtg and 1 hen.we come before the Mayor I will inmy decidedly object and to a tailor's out man inthe
moneys may Pr home bawling
a coat
S Savannah there no d.athsfrom the it not to three bringing
were take at the first hop. as '
that consideration in I c turn say N, and we shall be quits.
.11 intrusted with them for disbursement shallfrve u every i f.Tor that bis master told him not to
ste Fever' and in Charleston on the Encouraged by the result of Spooner'soperatic hours the milk sugar assumed a pastyconsistency Charmed with the idea of passage
; I uch security at such time and place of such a disposition of them, for the same days that Rev. Rufus W. and a the palates of allresent so cheaply re- leave it without money,
aDd ha each manner as the Secretary of the here were but two deaths. ; we notice dlht covering the means pursuing his favorite to children
left in the the T press And we decidedly object sharp
possession o A. S Esq. By
7reuaJy ld o Stat cities the h b Wagton mptg recreation of cards Philipe threw himself letter's shirt collars
mal prescribe.Sec. now regard as no lawyer's damp
si.And be it further enatted Thai nth the road, will b worth ten fold mre bt de on of the proprtorl t Chton arming,it was reduced at: the feet of his old friend asked all sorts amateur performances tight boots and an

afl treaties laws and other engagement hanthe whole of them will be without t longer epidemical, and ,thi acclimateddtI75cns Courier, NeW oking powder; then exposed the a tocl 'pardons,and begged that be would suffer umbrella trickling down our backs.JC3T ..
by ofproperpre. charge of libel -.the alleged libel havingap- weighed into parcels of a pound him to lead before the Mayor
mad by the government of the United As the ways and means by which ,may th ler e Isisdaughter
State with the ladian tribes inhibiting r t could beraiieduponthelandithat caution after their with safety re- p in a letter from New York publ. 1 a PI.with t force of a u.i soon u possible.After The editor of the LomsriDe Demo-

the territories embraced within this act t money thier homes. Courier. two compact from of a some hesitation the old man show- mat says that if the ladies knew that wearing
than be fruitfully and rigidly observed, is &after consideration; but we hT urn S tlt (the size of a small bnck,)in which ed I himself generous, and tendered his hand light colored pUrl adds at least one'.

notwithstanding any thing contained in no doubt that negotiation could b readily .t'Aq lt Mill* covered with tin foil,'U i presented to i his future son-in-law. filth to the apparent diameter of the: foot

Be The in our City tothepubllc. .On the Philippe So- would discard the
this act| aad that existing agencies and IU. fleeted. K S Saturday following 'e are sure they ugly
We understand missing MW.[ U fast to close; The Englue Some of, the solidified milk which themselves before their feet back
periatendende of*aid Indians ta continued We throw out these suggestion for the o drawing a h phi.and Antonie ,presented things'and put pretty again
with the same powers and duties which egroes boDgng't Mr. W. H. Saunders is being put up'under thesuperintendenqeoftbelngleeerur.Pick been grated and, dissolved in water the Mayor. into (be. dainty black and brown gaiters,

are DOW prescribed bylaw, except that.the oosideration of the people' of the two coun- of this to hare been stolen, rlug. Anoth evening previous, was found covered with ar .."P Wppe'aatd the Mayor "do ogahooofiny kind U '.. Unless,

Pre of the United State may,at the Uct most interested, with the .tope,that have been recovered. It they ab- .rlt win. scarce have elapsed when that C. T.k .was, soon :lCR1 consent. to take for your lawful wife woman his remarkably meat.IDd.

discretion change the location of,the office plan may be adopted.for thedefelopicot IU power, itearwill be' puffing away :_ bttr. Another Bonhif.-. here'present 1" & ikle,and desire to show it ,by light col-
.r superintendent.JC3TSsjnatTalb. a of the resoureeaotouiportionof the eeadedfrom- : their 1 master and concealedthemselves omits iron. htafct, driving c bor -' solution was speedily cn .bt w i. Yes" replied Philippe.youSophledlyou. os51ethroIingtothehlack.h .

on where zoxiW and upright unsurpassed -whey, by a treatment prly' i ,lAnd < consent r
541pr0Yed,May .1854. Itateitleaft,. F i'i Ild t, I "yl that In' : 'It
and Hs employed ''using f '
were discovered and cutting way mk r.q i take for your husband Philippe TWBXT1T'DOLI/ABS BEWABD.
t n and bm "*" ful'equalled expectation' ,of ttt :. :"Yes. Monsieur," replied the yotmg maid- Bunaway from the subscriber,his black man

; wareoftheTimminsa lIon. A. Mixwut, ,. who h. .Circuit Court. after next lon ,..wU"IT't. solidified' .mOk. wiUliereafter. r, ei.'loudly-aad. firmly. MOSES 35 to,40 yean oU, aad abort six

read DO newspapers Tour father mar- S ut'::'been, so: triumphantly' re-elected' satisfaction of being supplied thoeccsur-sppindaei' Of, The deceitful 'bridegroom was fairlyaingh5 : n.baa imsfliylaed."1. 1Ic'JIti loot
tied that; read 't 'NsC1scuIf6iDuva1 Coir will b lower ckroom. In fine;this article makss paps iaAid Cq.InteiHge whea ipokaalo.IT Bak.!
4 woman, mono, and you'reIU ha : from the City a price ..Ut made too best ofitndlt .
returned residTalishfrosn
ud confluence I You'rela bignorant tAI Congress t'J. -In- eld at the Court Bouse.In: 'place bqle thin. heretofore it K'IS be "purchased, tslards.;puddings and cakes, equal .Ut never had reason toI, regret tho trsckthat dow oa the forehead-aegw of JUddWmrg ftmerty JJj. =

Wed He third Monday of the month which a most object-Ancient beguil1k'andoima besureItIa. had been pisyed upon..- ,He passed .4 1oW'.S.Bude ITand* ,T6o
atonal to Qoorgtoor
; Cignortnt people : it's present I d rtomak* his way
says Bode. jadultrated article 'obtained fromwelltstund tJ
taking &abort, : hJJ baapily played cardoveamfs with tIJr .e"7 aBY..
h dpw.i 't < ."ward w.lit -
55 Proving tone? away to take papers. and >rthe'north.JCS" Jif ':Advertittr.thinks 'cattle, and not the produce of di** tfaiRtf4Q UWfc aad fired tobe'Etaselfo .llD thl State. r.UOO .
') fo&t*wy time to read'em.' > o t tryareadyindeb- Z3 veritable 'entry;,made- by the' tilleryslopausieith.} : am wate thoktv.l1iag 'th fafor.Pf &happy.frmily of children.: gharlMtoB.IfeT.HFi" ; : "

There,.are aU di4itei 'for ted the for &of a Sons.of Temper; 'Jro 0PstopLqrtflw -BrW' :'
e& theBceofMsyor4a'tWdtyof
1 Dv o t t rxporsaailarto W Jat..m.l pu
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C3C"Js aid to be a bad aign to iN a &rt o. ,bytand or by sea tiWpgpoasS'qn1e OO
-r'Ar .
.1n\b b1a bat o ; ivbj;by; .quarantine'reguintroduction ,. t i 4 .. .
Off N..yo fkwm'a ; .
at JDldAiPt. .xplata. :: tbi yewxel -
U. I; '_. 'tt :tN teA ef.'& .... ***;.*&. & Y".n. "
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priD plee aDd fJ. W b'ue D aa 111 nearly a op.bof notfcr we .. '. < % ''y.v..O.,
to'b et o''. '- '' t C1. .- btJu.agtiasi f 154,800 bbb.-w |ear& : ..1ICt't
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k- .. J la the Post Once* erJackJoBTffl_ tkefMtOctoberlSM. If vt">a aittMbleaw. a Cold,''Wh'Ho ; .v' KasUni Qftal&PJarUa.rit. : -7 .- irttUfi.AI I
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1. } :. ..- aeaa/BsuacUtla,or any afeetlon ot the i..J* ataoa77lo lad 1t'p. '
_p 'S.L .LoyWIL.i. Throat yen are advised to mako MalW.n A- Testament of Conrad VaaDookn,. late ef said ..

The regnUrmonthlj Parade of this Com Aadmr, Thomas' .ioadtalt. Un.Fraacti .2U BLER'3 ANODYNE CHIRRY EXPECTORANTwhich Comty,dejeijjCoaipsihMnl, (- } L
Aadrrrs. W. < fa reaJy what U'prcfmai to be. S' "100\I ; ftelzs .
X Van DoUm and aad CrtdU -
this at (ouro'c1ock. I .1f'o..BnucaILD.9Pntels.v.rr. I r
take place evening Aadrmn, snedWne." If I' wooWlIO&,,. '
paDl1rill 'G..JoYE_ w. DO.eb .of&Sst1Dsthedstda. : .0.W.W&n..D..eex. chsla1ItrMaavic3LDsoc.ofI2dhtsbsg.dew C1l .
Awa received the decided MIl warm !of some hieslebeated '
T 'B'. mo J the moat tatoOigeat sprays and; JUgh-mwded A'NTHOJT ROBINS, Executor as afmesaH, B. d M-

KOT. 4, 1854. Batista,Aoteato .-.s.e ,, ,.. ." physicians m the eostryr..who havt.been .made JL having filed hi*BUI om the Chancery side etaUComrt "' .
B.UefsMrLitary. C. .. r.' acquainted with the recipe from which U is compounded sogfestte*; thoMobahlo meolveney ef .c
PBOCLAKATIOH.rpHTRSDAY Bunch, Cbazl. ,CsptCblrisL: aad who say that "It. win'effect 'more said Eetate t dTis Ordered That aU persons having otao r
t: Bma.weil claims agaiast tho said Estate as Ctodtton or otaerwie J.T.XB.BJUB.JtlVProtof.1ow. JiLD.PrcciAsMOm7 "
,the 23d day of November instant :'S.I" 1-1, good than any of the numerous preparations with Aaato- .
His Exeellenoytbe Brown, J. A. Thomas ,4o 6W their said claims with the Clerk of tacfcfleal!. )
I bavin* been eeUPrt by J Xc which. &H:euutry.1 is :An array of .
ID the said of sail D.uiemstrainaotAcatom. ,
aDd 1M Fathom
Governor of the State 01 Florida M a day of Pub- 'a Bain,Edward a B. testimony,such M can be shown in favor rfSublirtrAaodyno thin Coast county "
lie Thanksinviiig and Praise i and Whereas, The Bailout, X,Jadla. MNtirnervharI.e.. Cherry Expectorant and STABLzR'S? on or before the tweatytafta day January, AJ, JJ.WwL.DiAs1stans; Jkenwaaisala "

citizens of the Tewn Jacksonville have more than .. : 'i.L Bland, Jobs ,Hair, Alexander DIAfiRHCEA CORDIAL could never be produced 18S6. Aad that this notice bo published ia some ', '
the ot 1..t'9Q1I
la this tees
ALMIGHTY 3t. Bamav Moors I. W. Newspaper Clretdt a TJUCbGm.AJL
-diury cause for being greatful to 1LA. nalese they were really sad truly "good medieioee hIondm.V '
GOD for paring them from the ravage of that ; .. Bishops, .81f. Moorea,John W. '! Therefore we advise voa to male trial of e xpiratiamsteaid periocL ceme os u.
Given under hand at thmMri.1Ma ninet.enthdayeJslyLD ia November sad terminate. fPrelimiaarytoetaTeswiabo *
dreaded swurgo which has bat recently cart a Batehelder., CpL xean Charles them with confidence. See descriptive pamplett"to my hue.-.
cities and i: I4 Boston, James W.' be bad of the : 60 1854.. JVw
glocm over eo many of oar neighboring J, Blossom JOa Morgan Martin agents. Price of each, only. ( [ 1iIl.UAX A. FORWARD day. the 16th day of October,lath ) Oo eo.taent
towns on the Atlantic coast z T eeaU per bottle, or six bottles for 9160. addnioaaTalfeo
Judge o/IJU Circuit aUEMUnClrnittf. the w
/ cf Regular Gmrssfcr
Therefore I, F. C. BARRRTT, Intendant of the Brewer,S Marti, Edwia Address to., E. A.. STABLER a Co, Florid wfll be Stadoats ban trw .
Town of Jacksonville, by and with the advice and 0 NCarter.Kenarill Baltimore, M. D,,
ofNoUss W. P. ,I HEREBY CERTIFY that tho above b aloe to the lfedicaJ aa1Surr.iea1Watd.ettheSinHtaL J
ffonscnt of the Common Council doi ia'ne thia my orphan ". '
Proclamation, earnestly requesting the good eiti- *-.- a carmichel,:. D. 0 tIm II. Bacon St.Marys Ga. copy of the Order on Ho Ia my office.. ThineutemIv.actt7inondertbSaed"icalecetrol whom
; of two members oftae Faemfty,by
ens of the sid Town to abstain from their usual Clinton, C.M. Od z; W.G. Thomas MoMiUaa, JacksonvIlle, Tin WiTMss my hand and the Seal of office at the Ia additioato this.
.avocatioiti on the aforesaid 23d day of Kotemtberinttant Coward,'Anprew;M. Oguire, Ifm.ShetTessie, .. Fla. Court House ia Palatka. this 19th day of July, A. alialcal lecture delivered.

and unite in iti proper observance. Cow AD. W.2 Ohveros, John B- oct 7 No. 171 East Bay Charleston S.C. D, 1854. S. GLINSKI, they havo ample cppcrtunityMIsSrIUn 4$ prornomemedicine adUDuriag'u. '
,, Clerk C.C. ". Co. at the College Clinque,which GIVEN under my Hand and the Cor- The Step. H Okerlander, Christ jnly29-6m. _. of qf .
fL. 1] te Seal rf Jacksonville this "Buffington House Carter, Osteen, lhl Give them a Trial. Insolvent Notice 11 .past seseioa.pwardsof two. nwadroS

1st day of November D, 1854. Car T Mercenary have ID,II instances
person many for.andover thtIty1iuctr1operaUeaJ
STATS lacuna easee wen
F C. DARRETT, Intendant.AtUrt Pake.John 8.Conlton succeeded in foisting upon the community worthless or ) wrfomed lathe ta.StadeatootthoClimW

: K Cocoon, C. c. J'aokson. e P1or1.da Eager, PeIlegru., Oi 2Chambless preparations claiming for them great medical Cottxty oDuvoL SPOLLY AT.< HaforAsiomIoollavosd.rations .
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Parker O.
ANN JONES Administratrix of the
that individuals
Fred virtues a great many ItU*
be .
will atmndwUy
High School. Tins well known HOUSE situated Perkins, Cap John W. any.thing not santioned by a phlyaldaa.Thla "- of John A.Joaes, deem, having filed 95 runconrsetLeotsrssIIQSi 1. Feeej Pa'jator
the of Newnan nemhuioo 1
on corner Dupoat, Mrs. Jane V. Parish, sanction has been bestowed upon STABLER'SANODTNE ia my office a written suggestion of the insolvencyof 9..Ar ,as1aIaPDying
JJ and Adams streets within a few rods of the Post Office and Dnnbar,Capt C. Patton, Wm. B. CHERRY EXPECTORANT and said Estate t This U therefore to notifly an persons ,$11; .

Drew, Levi 3 Pel. A. C DIORRIKEA CORDIAL in more than fire bun- having demands against said Estate to present JI
near to the Steam Boat landings, and most convenient to the D1g.Mrs.Margret D.I S dred instances. Indeed many 'medical men who them, duly proved and authenticated to tho JaI'S JL L..n.Di A. 1 .,

pilE UNDERSIGNED,yielding the solicitaJ. -- Churches has received .Planer Mr. know their virtues regularly prescribe the Expectorant Judge of Probate of said C.osntyvlDuvat on or .and Renovating Elta1 U.J ,
lion of hu friend gives notice that on the just a new COAT, and has been renovated Dowling, Mrs. Ardelia-. .Miss. in eases of Coughs Colds and diseases of before the first day of March next whoa there wffl

eeond Monday of ember i instant, ho will open from top to bottom with convenience is now in perfect Bowling, John Miss Rachel A the respiratory ornna,' which corns under their be a-&distribution of the funds belonging. to 73- Tar4e lie Ocrtffanav .
aHIOU SCHOOL for males in the ODD FELLOWS every Dowlinr W. Ptgg, Travis 2 care. And in diseases cf the bowel, too. such said Estate, amongst the Creditors th.reoCWilnessmybandandtbeseai SAVANNAH, QEOc

HALL in the town Jacksonville) The order. The Table will be under the superintendance of an experienced Duke.frG. R as Diarboea Cordial prescribed by them with the of 73.Ja. Eslublisb4 183tHRSbergnatcteltOb15patzOtISIBdtt1eSda'

Scholastic year will be derided into two sessions of Drake,'Ew Reed, Amen utmost confidence in its beneficial effects. Give [IXAL.] said Com at Tiobater this th.

fire mouth each. No student received for loss Housekeeper, and shall not be surpassed by any other ,Ndl. Raherfur Samuel 2 these excellent medicines a trial. See descriptive 2S1Ja. clay 01 .rustA-R, 1854. 1 for their eontiaued favors,wonU stat to

time than one cession, and no deduction of tuition in this climate. The Proprietor has determined that his exer- Dewesa, Dwbl Brothers 3 pamphlets to be had gratis of the agents. 'Price FELIX LIVINGSTON. addItion to tho ImprevomonU U Dyinft. oeqafiredl

fees will be made for absence unless occasioned by F Rib, William only 60 cents for each, or six bottles for 12,30. Judge of Probates of Dual Comaty. by him daring his last visit to England sat .
protracted mOe!! To avoid all misunderstanding tions to merit the patronage which shall be bestowed upon him, Fain, Mrs. E. A Rodger, Capt John L. aug 2S-6m land has made amageooats- ozte.disg.kin

t with reference to tuition fees and annoyances of shall be without to trouble French, Mrs. Roberts, Bury Hew Store I Hear,Goods buais MbywkiehheisB weBabUdtoDyoagroaL .1
4AXXS L caua.To
regard or IIOI.I. HKXDRlCKf.
will bo received unless expense.A Forster Lewis '
student Capt
bill ?
presenting no 11.1 a. Subscriber having just ret anted from the Planters and Lamltel'11lo. variety Colors OD Silk and WooSeat.DnH4a>
the feet be paid in advance for the cession. LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House, with good Frohock Fereira, F Bowel Martha THE is now prepared to furnish the CHI HPHE underignedhavIngfurmed aeopartnenhlJL i Shells Ac, .1 he t.will geaeenllflda9*aa *
from ItO to SCO according ,
Tuition annum
per Miton him with their
who favor
the branches Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House SFun. tens of Jacksonville nd'th.sounonnding Country JL the purpose of transacting a ; Gentlemen's may Garments Dyed, Boao-; .
Iunued.FR.1XCIS n Sepp with the largest and best assortment of
Santo Mrs. i
Nov 3 1834-tf I. WIZEATON.Jacksonville soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. S. M.2 South,, LId Clothing Furnishing Goods Hats Caps Urn General MAGNOLIA Merchant Business E. F. at I vated as may bo required ia the Mae'oaperturstylo his 1 .
FoJ which has generally so pleased .
brellas Walking Sticks Carpet Bag,
JOSEPH W. EDWARDS respectfully Oct. 21, 1854-Gm S. BUFFINGTON. L. ) Swdk Will Boots, Shoe. Gaiters, je. Aa. would respectfull call the attention of aU who are I tacos and fricDdB f
% John desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their large and 1 Ladies' Bonnets Dyed Bleachedand Pressed ta
into East Florida which he will
intones the Public that he is now prepared Republican Green Sams Sail ever brought en-
well selected Stock in of I Orders from the esun-
consisting part the most fashionable styles.
davor to sell that Skin Flint
I to manufacture lIARSESES and doC Gall Thomas SnaIl W. S so cheap, tbetightett
.1oh Dry Goods Groceries Qneensware, punctually attended'to. Terms moderato.-
1 both Saddles and Harnesses cannot go unsatisfied.Terms try
to sway .
aU kind of reimring John J. P.3
Gemming, Capt
Hats, Caps G rockery and Glassware. When parcels an teat by steamboat or raflroad
will be done with despatch l -

bkh be promises Stevens JamesGriffith
-awl on re on blo terms. He has just received JEWELRY SILVER WARE Going, Mvi ..L.RIPLEY. Boots and Shoes Drags Medicines word should be tent hint by- litter ttrowgl-. *
.Garg SetGe8.Oaaige. Iron Nails Paint Oils Post Office that ho know when to eafl for
from Charleston a stock of Leather Ac., and Bay Street 2 doors east of Bisbee it Canova.Oct73t so may > .
Sm Hardware and Cutlery Window Glass. .
feels confident that be can gite saturation to alL ANDFancy .. David them. .
i Particular attention paid to the Provision Bad GALLOWAY.;
He cau be found at the Stable of Mr H.A.Bliss Goodwin, II. Stewart John D. Mess Pork JailS .
i FROST & BOULTER ness. Hay, Born Floor Bacon Fish
near the u.ffiugtonlIou8e. and solicit patronage. I Ii U Smith, H. H. Molasses Sugar,constantly on hand in large aD- BY ROYAL, LETTERS PATE3TT.
i nov 4.__ __ __ __ __ mse Miss Susan, Scott, W. W.Stocinn General Commission Merchants, tities. ,
Miss Sally at.a.I1 THE HIDBKAQEar,
i State of Florida. Hlr Miss }F. Sinclair, Capt D. 101 State Street,Botton J/OM. AU Produce are invited kinds to call purchased.before making p.rcbuell 0.

ochofield, rubHar WILL pay strict and prompt attention to sale elsewhere.N. I WATERPOOF, ANTI. OSSUMTTNB,

A SomneU, John IBER TIMBER, COTTON and .B.-A large assortment Negro Goods inch Oozlac.HARCOUBT. 80108. ,
t *** z fc r S Smith, Wm. T. other Southern Produce. u Kerseys Blankets Ac. i .. .

f'' PROCLAMATION FOR A DAY OF JacksonV'111o": Eas't F1or:1da Harvey), Smith, Bnjmb oct 7-tt R. D. BOULTER. July 8-If HENDRICKS t CHESS. WAflJ'jCTulD BRADLEY 11 &CO '

THANKSGIVING AND PRAISE. WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that lIap,D. U. Smitht J. C. White Lead White Lead N oUce. I 44 Market-fit, Manchester. ,. j:

BT JAMES F. HROOME : he has again opened at his old stand lard is. D [ Snwbl, G.a QOOO Kegs pure White Lead at 8 cents per lb. THE CO-PARTNERSHIP the firm of Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood-Strut Osop.

Gorernor if said State. 1 NO.l HOLMES BLOCK andSmith, X 2,000KegsNo. 1 do do at 7 cents per lb. O. PICKNEY 4 CO, is this day dissolved. tide, London, EJI 1muL Amtricax LitehIM-

it is proper for individuals and I Uarvall, A. J. Shannon, SamuelThompsonMist The above forms a beautiful brilliant white saperior The settlement of its affairs by mutaa mtnU, 38 Ann-Strtet & 102 KU**.Sirtelt.Nf.

WHEREAS, to acknowledge their dependence : with a large and well selected stock of Henderson, Capt T to any now in use. For sale by agreement, devolves on WILLIAM TUNNO York, U.S. S

upon and to return thanks to ALMIGHTY :' VAliB tj i VJ&:3bar VE. VAaE anD E. IL Ann Jane JOHN COMMITS Sole Agent. to whom all persona having demands or being indebted rpaa Hydromagea Is a valuable discovery for

OOD, for Isis manifold mercies and blessings : And HerD liaison Taut Thomas 274 King Street Chraleston S C. are referred.WILLIAM JL protecting the feet from damp or cold and.

whereas A large number of tho States of the Union -! ANDFANCY Hall, Wm. Thompson, A IZfT If in any ease this Lead proves unsatisfactory M.TUNXO. therefore a preventative of many Lang diseases,

have by custom and usage adopted the fourth i crQQ J Tresper.C. H.Timmons e it will be taken back and all expenses paid. R. Q. PIXCKNEY, .. without any doctoring ta&o/cvcr .The Uydnsaagoa

Thursday November as aday.Public. Thanksgiving i to which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting Goods direct from the .1 ohn J. E. ThimotiyThompson Charleston August 31st, 1854. U in the form of a aoI.aDd wanalDDde tM ..
it be observed with uniformity i my James W. 2 I 2)3 shoe. Its Dedicated character a aatldoto j
in order that may New York Manufacturers I E. A Notice to Mariners. Sept. powerful. .
to offer .
am prepared customers both
throughout tho United State: I my inducements as Johnes, John to disease.
Now, therefore, I, .1..1IEsE. Bnoo e, Governor I regards style and price that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. Jacques, Mrs. Elisabeth Ti Tbomu Mi&Ba E SEEDLE3 CIIAXJ.EL EXTRA.CE TO PORTS The Subscriber. For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable,warm

tf the State of }Florida dl by this, my public proclamation I Among my assortment may be found K Joseph MOUTH. Continues the business heretofore 'ea an- and healthy wear in the coldest or rainiest woatbor > 4

set apart THURSDAY, the 23d day of Knight, }A W Peacock Refuge Buoy-Beacons. der the name of TUNNO PINCKNEY A CO. ,as the foot cannot beeomo wet if the Hydromagea
of Public Thanksgiving WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES FRUIT Do, NAPKIN Wells CharlesWilson is inserted. Ladies wear tho lightest sated
November proximo, as a dy Kenr..1ame2 and tenders to his friends the renewal of his ser may
the Clergy RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS, Jko, to. OrrictAL information has been received at this boots shoes in the most inclement
LE\'ER8. weather with
and dlJ most re-pectfully request FINE GOLB PATENT (fall jeweled,) Andrew vices. WILLIAM M. TUNNO '
Office that the Red S. W. of the
of the various religious denominations to open II DETACHED M II zut.utJyooh&Ddandma.detoorderfromp1U" Lull W. K.2 Weak/all,Mrs. Julia Buoy Shingle on Sept 1 23 impunity; while Consumption so prevalent among
tn ir respective house-of wor.hip, and deliver addresses .1 LAPINES, coin, and warranted- Wet Marian the western side of the Needdles Chanel and the the young of our country, maybe thwarted by

suited to eo solemn an.1 interesting an occasion (with!without hunting CASe'.) Lime..1am.2, YA. M.LcinhaasCaptG.Il.. Z Black Buoy on tho southern extremity of the Spit Mechanics,Inventors and Manufacturers.' their general adoption. They entirely'oter .vpiri. \

; and I respectfully request the Good Citi- SILVER PATENT LEVERS do. do. CUTLERY.From ZyUtraw Edward Sand off South-sea Castle at the entrance to Portsmouth $570. IN CASH PRIZES. 570.Yourvi hoe*, as the Utter cause tho feet to penpiro' I
have been removed and that their
MlW of thin State to abstain from their usual avocations DETACHED do. do. the celebrated Manufactory of Geo. WOItenII Persons wishing any of the above letters will Harbor Tax .. AHIBICAS in a very unhealthy manner| and,besides are not t
or via Scixxnnc
in iu 8clL places are now occupied by Peacock's Refuge Buoy dangerous wear to pedestrians to fey weast.r Sko ,
and engage esere LAPINES do. do. helm A Son, consiting of plea say they are advertised or they may not beacons. commences on the 16th September. It ehiefl)
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my From good makers which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORSSUEARSgood get them. WILLIAM GROTHE, P M. These Buoy-beacons, which constructed of devoted to the advancement of the interests of Meehaniet India rubber. While the latter cause the feet to' ;t
caused to be affixed the great extremely large,the Uydremagea
hand and appear being
time .
RAZORS. fntentort Farmer .
of Florid at the Capitol iron, are rendered very conspicuous by their large ,Alanvfacturtriand a mere thin slice of cork prepared, placed '
f L.S.] seal of the State Js ftleRobert Baker peenEaily
and is edited skilled in the
JEWELRY. size, upright position, and conical framework.The by men practically t.
in the city of Tallahassee. this 19th FANCY GOODS inside does not increase the size of the boat or, i
ATTORNEY AT LAW SOLICITOR IN part of the frame-work is terminated and sciences. Probably no other journal of the I
upper cause the foot to .otid To Children
of A D 185-1. appear ) they !
day October. BItOOME. Consisting ?f" Such as CORALS, PORTE JIONIE3. ACCORDIONS by a triangular glass reflector which in the Beacon same character ia so extensively circulated or so valuable .
JAMES E. are extremely as they ia.
20 feet and in that of the generally esteemed for its practical ability. Nearly
Gorernor of Florida PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AND on the Shingles U exercise with comfort and heahh7 effects. Their
CUATELAINS, LOCKETS BRACELETS AND all the Valuable Patentt which issue
OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, Spit-sand 14 feet above the water. weekly
is to need mention
so slight as scarce bo
By the Governor Attest ; PENCILS CROSSES KEYS, SEALS PAPIER-MACIIEE, JEWEL CA- Commitrioncr the Atlantic and There is a refuge deck or platform round these from the Patent Office are iUulried with Engrav- expense t .
F. L. VILI.EPTGrE.Seereiary DIAMOX RINGS REGARD Do. for Gulf sides, those who patronize! them will find their yeo?>
ill and the claims of all the Patents
SES, ROSEWOOD WORK ,. buoys with a seat and rail about two feet above !', are pabrlhe ly doctor1 bin much diminithed thereby.As -
SLEEVE COXES PORTABLE Sate .. the surface of the witer. regularly its columns as they are issued
the Hydromagen U becoming more known IU
AND COLLOR BUTTONS WRITIFO DESK an* 5-ly thus making it a perfect Scieanrc AXD MKCHAJTI ,
Iu New-York POSITIONS. sale is increasing to an almost incredible extenL.Last .
Agent for the Country Oty. STUDS, CUFF PINS
COL"IDS ESCTCLOPEDIA of information the subjects
The advertiser is prepared to act as General BROOChES, EAR RINGS, BRUSHES TilER- McQueen Mcintosh, The S. W. Buoy-beacon of the Shingles lies in of Mechanical Improvement, Chemetr\, year in London Manchester Birmingham,

and Correspondent in New York, fui GOLD SPECTACLES EYE GLASJdOMETERS, CHILDRENS' ATTORNEY AT LAW 6 3-4 fathoms water one mile west of the tail of Engineering the Science generally. It i it Liverpool Glasgow Leeds Dublin Paris Antwerp,
business men and others in the interior, He will SES PLAIN AND SETT RINGS, the Shoal; its marks being the Red Beacon on weekly in form suitable for bind- Hamburgh and Bnrtm our sales reached 1,732-
TOYS TEA BELLS Jacksonville E. F. published quarto
devote his whole time and attention to tie purchaseand CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS .tc. Together with varioU other articles too numerous Hurst Point in one with the High LI;ht-hoa E. tug and each volnmne contains Four Hundred aDd 450 pain of corks Soles, This year the number

sale of Fancy and ether Good, Books N. K, and the Middle Needle Rock in one with Sixteen of Reading Matter Several 'Hun- wIll far surpass that.Afk
mention. Pages ,
Print Manufacturer's and Mecchanies SILVER WARE.COMPRISING B. M Pearson the Needles E. 1-4 the Faculty their opinion of their vane aa
Machinery, Light-house. S. E.
dred with full and
DESSERT N. B-CLOCKS, WATCHES, and JEWELRY Engravings a complete
Stock and Material-, Philosophical Apparatus : DINING AND. thoroughly repaired and warranted, at tkt thort-, ATTORNEY AT LAW.. The Buoy-beacon on the extremity of the Spit Its circulation on last Volume exceeded Iodex.1 a preventative for Cocoas COLD, BaoscarntvKrrr.
l'atent and other Medicines, Agricultural FORKS TABLE DESSERT is moored in 22 feet but there is AJrUAy and Coasrr.rvior.Mrss .
Ac; Drnggs DTEASPOONS. Sand water ( no week and the in
est notice. TERMS CASH. Jacksonville copies per practical receipts one
Implement Seeds Stock .tc. Collections SL'GAR SCOOPS SALT AXD MUSTARD Do, ( [oct28-ly Fa. channel.between it and the Spit) From.this Beacon volume are worth to any family much more than I --- -- nr._. nair.-. 23-- CLADIES' ---.-- ,

made and traits prosecuted. Information of all Felix the inner or eastern bwatchway mark appears I the subscription price. do. do 30 do. :

kinds furnished with regard to persons and places Livingston, halfway between St. Paul's Chapel, and the west The following CASH Pains are offered by the Bars' A Misses' do 25 do. .

here. Situations procured and guaranteed for 8100 REWARD 8100 REWARD. ATTOEUEY&COimCELLOE AT LAW,I end of the large Chalk Pit, bearing N. by E. 1-4 I Publishers for the fourteen largest lists of sabseri NOTICE.! -From the Retail Prices wo make a '\

clerks mechanics, professional men and others Jacksonville, E. F.. E, and the Dock Mill lies in one with Portsdown hen sent in by the lit of January,1S55:-'100 will very liberal allowance to.1obben.Wholesales,,.

Male and female employers engaged aud sent to attend to any professional business en-. Semaphore N. E. 1-2 E. be given for the Unrest list; $75 for the second J so that any storekeeper may make fine profit eat
the Passages secured to California Australia him By order of the Light- oD.e Board : their sale, while they are an article they may bo.
country, jtrd to in the Courts of the Eastern I 965 for the third; 955 for the fourth t 950 for the
and In fine, anything that an in THORNTON A. JENKINS Sec'y. kept in any store among any class of goodj.
Europe PROCLAMATION BY JAMES E. BROOME, COVFRNOR PROCLAMAEION BY JAMES E. BROOME COV- Cruit the Supreme Courts of Tallahassee. fifth ; 945 for the sixth; 940 for the seventh; 935
t411igeutgent well-qumted with New York and also inch an advantageous connection withan TCZASUBT DEPARTMENT for the eighth 930 for the ninth 925 for the tenth terms, apply to
; ;
lubtuinept men, can do for an absentee will be Office Light-House Board Sept 5 18M.NOTICE .
at will *
r Information has been furnished Lawyer Washington City,as ensure 920 for the eleventh 1915 for the twelfth; 910 for .
executed faitnfhlty and promptly. Communications Information has been furnished WHEREAS and collection of such claims 38 Ana Street.New Yerfc.JG3T .
WHEREAS. a prompt speedy ai the thirteenth; 95 for the fourteenth. The ash
Sheriff of Hernando that is that six weeks after
County hereby given
confidential Address with fee adequate to the Sheriff of Hernando County, that be placed his hands against the United will be to the order of the successful
may paid competitor *
J' "n-tee. WILLIAM, SELPJI charged with the murder CHARNICKJ. SELPU charged with the murder States. I apply to the proper office in\VashDpn THE CHEST.Jgy .

A. E BARTON of Thomas Stanfield, has brokenjail and U now a of Thomas Etanfield has brokenjail and iI July City D. C, for the renewal of my Bounty immediately after the the 1st of.1aulllry.l8S5. SIR ASTXEV COOPER BART, M.D.the .. |t
now a from justice Land Warrant No. 39,696 for Acres TEus-oa. copy, one year, 92; one copy, air
Street New-York. and is now a fugitive from justice. fugitive Fraser. (80) eighty
oct 23- 1 3D Mulberry Phillip eminent Medical Practitioner has
months 91 five six months 14 ten ,
; ; leAL
Now therefore JAMES BECOME Governor of Now therefore I JAMES E. BROOKE Governorof issued in my favor the 10th of June,1852, and sent copies
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. six months, 93 ten copies twelve months 915 valuable legacy to the world m his
of Florida. the State of Florida by virtnte of the authority the State of Florida by law, do hereby offer a to Wm. IL Hamilton as my Agent which warrant, ; ;
To the Old Settlers Great Preventative of
fifteen copies twelve months, 9221 twenty copies Consumption.AVB .
vested in me by law, do hereby offer a reward of reward of one hundred dollars for the apprehension Jacksonville JZa, either through the negligence or villanny of said -
JULIUS E. MEIERE late of the General Land one hundred dollars for the apprehension of said of said Cbarnick Selph, and his sale delivery WILL attend to any professional business en- Hamilton has been lost to me, as I have never recover twelve months, 928 in advance.No .
J Office and Pension Office, Washington, D. C, number subscriptions above twenty can be UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONlRT
a William M. Selph, and his safe delivery to the to the Sheriff of Hernando County. to him in the Cr of the Eastern said warrant nor have I ever transfered or
attend to all claims under the Florida taken at less 91,40 each Names can be sent ia at DISEASES.
will promptly
Sheriff of Hernando County. MES.Charnick J.Selph U about five feet six Ciuit and the Supreme Cou Tallahassee. disposed of the same to any person whatsoever. .
Armed Occupation Acts of 1842 and 1849. Persons MEK.-William M.Selph iI about twenty-teveni' lynches high about twenty-four yean of age, stoutbuIlt also such an advantageous connection withan JAMES G.COOPER. different. times and from different Post Offices. oUt the use of Medicine.
who were settlers under the said Act of 1842 little dark blue able Lawyer at Washington City as will ensurea Nassau E.F.Aug.25th 1854 eep23-6m Southern and Western money taken forsnbscrip- Sir
i years of age, about six feet high slender made, a stoop shouldered hair county A.C, Bart invented and advised tho aso
and having complied with the requirements thereof slow of resolute and down- and speedy of such claims oIt11e. .
dark hair and blue eyes, quick spoken and rather eyes, speech manner prompt cUe tions.Letters
1 ,have not receivedtbe PATENTS for their lands east countenance. may placed his the Notice. should be directed postpaid to Mess ft MEDICATED CHESTPROTECTO&rpO
can have them obtained or attended to by the sub a downcast countenance. Witness hand and the great seal of .b. i hd ap' Uait THE fifth and last instalment of the Stock of the Co.l28Falton-Street N,V.Messrs. an of all and
Witness my hand and the great seal of my July- persons ages eonditeaev ae a
ecriber. Also claims prosecuted fur PENSIONS and Alligator Plank Road Company Mcs ft Co. are extensively engaged in
the State Florida which I have JL
cans- certain and a aaCew.1d against
the State of Florida which have
LAM SC1UPT BACK PAY Ac,Ac. : J. B. Coker has been called for and is payable at the officeof procuring patent for new Inventions and will advise eonawantfta
BOUNTY [Scu.1 ed to be affixed hereto. Done at the [SEAL.] ed to be affixed hereto. Done at the Bronchitis Asthma Cough, Cold aid other afflle-f
on the most reasonable terms.RCFFERF.NCCS.. Capital in Tallahassee this 5th day of capitol, in the city of Tallahassee, thia ATORNEY AT LAW, Treasurer on the first day of October uext.GEORGE.W.CALL inventors without charge, in regard to the novelty time of the Lung, which arise from tho exposed

October A. D. 1834.JAMES. 5th day of October, A. D. 1854. July Ifevnantrilte, Fla: ly September 23,1834-. Sec'y. of L heir impronmeauA state of the chest according "/.. ante the

Don. I.awjs Casa, U S.Senator. E. BROOME JAMES E. BROOME, eontinaal ebangea ef oar elrmale"Tho .
5. Jawas ('OOPEa..1 II Governor of Florida. Governor of Florida. Smith & Bradford, Jacksonville Blacksmithing, Jacksonville FoundryACHINE Protector" ae&eadcellypeaps,4

Jon fViLftov, ( mm'r Gen'l Land O ice. By the Governor-Attest. By the Governor Attest: ATTOflNEAT LAW A.'fDMACHINE Jt. fur lined with silk and pad which, satpoadei

Address 2'ost raid, F. L. VILLEPIGUK, F.. L. VILLCFIOCB, SHOP, AD from the Beck covers tho chest,fat _agreeable a

JULIUS E. MEIERE Secretary of State. Secretary of Sta'.. EOLICITOB IH CHAHCFBT At former Stand of Sedgvick.TT'URNISHES WORKS. manner..ooee won, U becomes .cceiry, and.
oct 13-Gin Washington, D. C.T70UE October 71854. [octl4-3t-l October 7, 1854. [oct4-3t Aa-otsrasd N a comfort. -
e F Ploughs of all kinds Timber Carr =HE S.baen'beri. having made extensive and "The Protector.although bat neeaUy iatioda..
DATE will Iu the Circuit Court of the eastern Circuit WILL attend promptly to a .entrusted X1 Carts Chains for Mills Mill work of sjaz ?valuable improvements la their establishment eed into America is making rapid progress through
WEEKS AFTER application .A.po'theoarvr..U
of Pro- of Florida.In t t.m all kinds Sugar Mills cktyParticaJaratteDtioD ,are now prepared to furnish the United States the Canadas, South AmericV. j
JC be made to the Honorable the Judge SlITS, I *. aRAoroai, to Steam Boat and .
sell the Chancery.-Between I paid Steam Engines of any required power from and tho, West Indies. It has for a Ira.tIlDe
ftiate Real,Estate of Dnval of county Henry E.FUv Sadler fur,leave laU of to said coonv. MoBTivca II. GODDIV, Complainant, > Bill for jg Tea Depository: Office at Alligator. I Office at Newnansville. I Saw Mill reparing. WheelwrighUng done at shortest 1 to 100 horses t been a staple article England aid ea the iaM I
Divorce. July 7-ly notice. Gjr All orders left at the store of S. Saw Mills neat ef while it baa
ViaoiviA GODDIX, Defendant. J i ; Europe grown to navy.
< .deceased for the bent It of creditors and heirs. Removed to the New Stare In Holmes'Building
C. A. SADLER, Adm'x. BILL of complainant being lied in this ease, opposite Dr. Baldwin's .1. 8. MURDOCH, I N.Williams WIU be promptly attended to.' Sugar Mills; tries to the posftkm of aa article ef dress. -

II. It. SADLER, > it appearing to the satisfaction of the Office Jacksonville. aug I9-tI J. A- FARMAR. Horse Powers; To demonstrate these facts enquire of say .
JAdmr' Court that the said defendant resides without the :. Grist .Mills, gUsh reddest ia year vicinity of his kaowledgo of .
SADLER is that
Oct23-St U State of Florida.On WORE is kept constantly on hand a large aDd HAS rmved his oc from apposite the Bnf- NOTIce to hereby the next rinD General application Assembly will of and an other machinery used In this country. the beneficial effects of wearing tho' Protector., \

Garden Seeds. motion of George W. Call, Solicitor for Com- selected assortment of Ho hi d.eUC.o For yth-st, i the State of Florida for an amendment of the Iron and Brass Castings I WITHOUT axcoruc TO BoeroKcroof any kind.'Ta*

assortment of Garden >Iainant, it iI DXT706 AND CHZXICALS Bear Mrs.Doggett'a._July -ly Charter incorporating the Town of Jackjon\ille. E Steamboat Saw Mill and other repairing owl 01 wearing theM articles. Is a..mere trifle aa4.
TUST RECEIVED an Ordered That a hearing of the fact*charged Inlaid Always received by the latest arrivals,warranted S. N. Williams 19-3m at short notice. .one will but yearn .No eao who Tabes the
1854. Also
of aug
sJ Seeds and Onion Sctta crop Bill of Complaint be had at a term of this fresh and genuine.. Also, tAU machinery purchased from ui will be health of himself or his famiI,>win bo, witaoaa.

Qniaine of the very best quality, the brand of Pel Court, to be holden at Jacksonville, in the countyof Perfumery, Combs, Brushes Soa COMMISSION MERCHANT, 1TOTICE.-APPLICATION will be made to pulls operation in any part of the State, by them.' The Hospitals Ia this country are act -hno

teller Delandre Paris at HALL.oct Dual, on the first Monday of February next, Lam Burning Fluid, &C, Jakr FlaEEEPS ., 11 the next General Assembly for a Charter competent machinists when desired and upon recommending them bat rapidly introducing theav
APOTHECARY and that said Defendant do appear and plead, an- which win be sold low for cash. 0 and for sale a general luthorising the construction of a Railroad from reasonable terms.Drawings flarcourt, DradJt I Coot London and Maneaos.

29-3t .I Jacksonville Florida. swer or demur to said Bill of Complaint on or before orders solicited and punctually attended assortment ciGROCERIES Cedar Key to the Georgia State line, in the direction and Estimates furnismed without tar, England were originally entrusted. with the
said decree will in the Count AND PROVISIONS of Geo. 19-3m charge. MOONEY GOOKIN manufacture of thePrby .
RECEIVED extensive and well eelectJ day, or thereupon pan to. prescriptions put up with care an4dept Macon aug tbojrwittij
TUST an same manner ae if the said Defendant has appeared P,11 : of the best July 8-tI Founders and Machinists. Dr. Cooper,and continue tomaaaftutuM --'. 'I
ed a.sortment of Chemicles and Medicine also liO Notice *
and was present in Court.It TEAl. and wU! sell them lower they can t.hisgisaZ inatnetioesaad ., -

J"rflDDerr and fancy APOTHECARY article., at RALL. further Ordered That a copy of the Agent for the New York'pekin Tea Company. be bought else where la the South SIX i MONTHS of from the date Estate,the of undersigned Jas. B. Cole,Ad-deceased A FLORIDA IRON WOBK& ., mead those who would wear Tho., Protectors." ta

Jacksonville, Florida. above Order be published in some public newspaper Tea of and produce .taken In'exchange,*at B. BIGGS A Co see to their being genuine -
Get 2S-3t dir o 3 Count Jeh ,will final accounts and vouchers to .
published in the State for the space of three a to .. Imp July present $4 .Tarbmftlll.PItL' RSXIXIBB rule 11 A suss.s AxtXCtS, AlBia'ATTSPT
months before the div appointed for said hearing. 1- a a pr 8) the Hon.Judge of Probate for Putnam county,for MEDICUB.. -. -?
Singing School. WM. A. FORWARD extremely low prices. Dlasolatlon ot Caenhp settlement.and will at the same.time ask to be ARE now prepared to execute prompOp orders AIL PRICES-. ,' .

undersigned would inform the ladies of Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eastern tCuU .apple fey order NOTICE is hereby t discharged as such Ib&. Steam Engines. Saw Mills Sugar MiCs Gun's 8ns,. ., ..' .. -' 91, 0eaca ..
THE that he is now prepared to teach.mpg. oct 14-Jm Circuit of Florida.Young&iinary. with G.Butler I Co, dbotved o the -.. S. GLINSKJ and Pans Grist Mills, Horse Powers Iron and LAMXS do.. *' .- .' .,09 .>

All those who are desirous becoming pu- GARDEN FLOWER SEES. PLS, .Ac. twenty fourth of July, by mutual t& Palatka August, 'M. Adminitratar.Teasl Brass Castings and every variety of Machinery. Bora ft MUMS da. . -.' '11 d v. .r
Till will please pro me notice by Wednesday next, & also always o J. G. Butler is authorised to Casting, Forging Blacksmith. Work, Saw Mill, ,BRAIXLSY A CO ,' ."
kp T. MCMILLAN.Admlalatrators of the Prompt outstanding Teas II Teas It Steamboat, and other repairing. .. ,
,iBth iB Jal8t er pa1a' o 33 An Street_ ft 102 Strqetw.1hehL '
of the best and warranted They win continue the manufacture and keen
Terms lessons, $- Iil/ debts due the firm very quality
I TEAS : .
,, *
14-tf A. A. ????. JOHN Importation, and:at reduced prices In constantly on hand their variety of PlowvUabee -
MONTHS from date hereof I t 0 BULR .and from 50 Carts, Chains Ac, to which they uv. rHoeipaiirarei Jar prercu strut Chasps -
p.ckagasfromI1bto1.41in cents respectfully
w app aqg.3-tf |
ZoMtaa 44 Mariet
MISSES KKRWICK from Savannah res- :: Jadge of Probate of J I vile Manufactory. Strut. -
TilE io 91.60 Black of the eholsesi patronage. -
t pound. July
Wanted.A per kinds )
inform the inhabitants of Jacksonaonvill _. thetttr,Exfhxd.' 2
) FU, final discharge from the farther adnUnIsUatioo Canhp .
GOOD SALESMAN and Book-keeper, want and iU vicinity, that they intend opening a of the of Thomas W.Py lea,.deoed.8AML TVTOTICE U have this day also Green_ .of the finest quality T- at H. B.A Co, ortabHshmg Depots for h.ssj*'

J\ a situation In a Dry Good Business. Applyat SCHOOL on the 1st September, for Ue instruction J1 R PYLES, L\ _tr.1 copartnership for the purpose 26-31 MCMILLAN'S CHARLES DzWALL..Ac'o.I'IQlb.I of "Tao Pwtoctor* ia aQ parts of AaerIe&_vs.sialans ."

Florida Sewi office octT-tT YOUNG LADIES in all the; branches otis _August ISM. (sepO-6m) _" Administrator.Administrator sawing a lumber, at the St SawMill ang Apothecary Han Bay-si. -eu.s a Buagson Ibuin CothMnsDry 0eedII. .

English Education. 2 I the City Mills, 1e t.., /" ENUINB LONDON DOCK PORT..WISE;I Jacksonville.. Merchants Hatters udKiDiull..a-....-'
Administrator's Notice. Terms from WOO to $8 00 per Quarter. Ornamental ** firm aad sly la o Butler A Lj .0 MADKRIA WINE i !ALES In any part of the County toe rarsishlng Store-Keepsrs onUmstod with th*

branches extra. SIX months after date, I.i prl )account* ,JOHN O. BUTLER, '>' FRENCH BRANDY, I,endropectfallysoncUed.Goods .- holeaale and retail distribution of them,sad_ tei. ..
Indebted to the Estate of Miss EU-
ALL persona late of Jacksonville Duval 17 Young ladies from the country pap)oaaUaocommodated vouchers to the Ca.toaJudgeof ...21.' JACOB B '. .I Expressly for medical purposes at : sent to the subscriber on eommtoim either whom liberal terms an offered for then snterp .. !Ii .
Dean ,
with board at the home former.y Probates in and for AUchua County and ask to : 2-3t APOTHECARY H.ALSIX med epIeDdi1I opVcrtsnhtJ opsonin thea"W'-
.. : for auction ,
county FU- deceased are hereby requested to sep print. or disposal will be quickly .
be discharged from the further adaimbtrstioa and prwfltahh biiiMSsFot _
a ImmedW* payment to the nadenigaed I and I occupied by Mr. CnfJlO.100 the WillIam fitandley, .late said APPLICATION 111k. mad to too Best Gen. months from date the undersigned admin attended to and amount speedily forwarded. 'TNSabecriber. terms apply: to>' ',
E '
S o ...been known ia this '
N1 psaons baring demands against said Mtate are '. for amendments to the Char- ,of the Estate Joseph Vanght de. eeauatafty for HAK3S BZADLZB.a CO .
ra_ir.4 U present them, duly swore whim the deceased.THOS..J. PBEVATT,Admr., tea of the Florid CcDpurfjallW3ra\| ceased wfll present final accounts and vouchers to a number of yean as Auctioneer and otherwise.Ha .-. 8Anat8treetNew.Yerb., .;_
ni by law; otbsnrise this notice will THE above reward will be riven for the 14-6m of Probate for for offers no recommendations, bat desires that hvqajries -
jan : ho H01i-.1Ddp COunty
yStabar. IL H.HOBO, Ad recovery of three negroes and the thief and Newnaasville, WI SADLY,">- .' Notlee. settlement and at the same time will ask to, be should bo made concerning himself of any _Vala*, 8eIalaa4 Cattosi. ....
oll4-6m Administrator. 4.lf without the thief Thirty Dollars will be I.4t 18 ALL PERSONS arc hereby eaotkoed..spinal discharged! M'1Iclud&fr l&rator. _.. -"' ,commercial-, house at the place of his residence. z Corn Land oxSalo, ...
pven. The nanes of Mgroi are GEORGE, JOB CD. Oak tat. or ta any way using, a Bounty :8ept30-6m MELTON B.AYNES.Ada'r.i Since the fire he has located his store ea Tortyta 70UR:mQes share tho Xar of Ei.Johns' P
Dr. Wardtna Dlarrham Cordial. and CHARLES. Jeorge-b about Land Warrant JIG U.'k WO acres rf Jaod, street,oa the bud district where his Aaetfaa bm .r fanme aterybctJedwaUorivw. river;

tat. six feet high and about,25 year?oji,and Waek|-; Issued to mo radar Act at'CllSeptem"r. : 'Notlce.ipflE.undemIpidwlll -' *- SUMS) is also 04 present conducted and where ho embraces oevon haa dred sad Ay Too_.
DlarA -
rpTIfl Cordial h an onfalling remedy' Joe to about six feet one tab high labels years on hand a fins-assort- I860 m the 16th. day of Doeomharr 1891. as'saU be abseatal the North keeps on hand on the most reasonable terms, drodo/K or nearly.oo,..hie ames bamumo fivo:.' ..
ball iUstasea restore U esyetoatto 'UIS'cti itostesaloa ''c 1arfti
rhoee kealtfc U.. all,other fail _tarWe old and very black i Cbariet abed .8 v, ,t JEL FANvCYqOOP Warrant wal last Jolt Out ef jrt somo ,JL, from,the p time uW shout the Islet ,FAJ0LY'" GROCSRIE3 AND PROVISIONS, sad lalte Hgml state, wfta thest ,
means -t
adaUa.T eight high aDd black one fred tooth eu*- |, which ,t. cheap time!< lathe moata Jaaaary, JKt tomt where October next whoa they will re-open a stock of F r Cash and Country Prod t.b,00iaig.hty aoros. --ft1I. .
U children w.o. .
for tie worst eaaoa as between Jacksonville and .Blaok-Cmk.( liniond '
Any information wtO be thankfully received. .0- I Ooeda'for thisnmarket.: lath* IIH&QUaa.&heir ,Jia). ,t" ". : the
Han ,JacksonvOla t crop ensuing seaooa.
be.bad at Apothecary Stolen enticed the Bth hut applying. to the .,'.far bo U Ue hands of .- '
or away on nJghtof h paired and W4. boriness. win. Rodney- -. JI&I within fifty yardr thoylaeo U.
\ .- : 'W: HV"Q.:SATJjrDEBS. ," 5W4 :dapUeaU ttanotseptWw. 1LUa .U1I8.: Req.- IT BLOODQOOD BOUSED : A .. tho river. OntheprembestUroisavervsaMnr aseeodb*
MJddlebwr, Oct. !:*' :WI. _" Warrantee -
Tonic.Itag .' G"Ot f .T 3VOUJ&a&s,4hip .of:tafcn l or throe-story mansion hoaao with a \Stm-
Hair Savannah MoruiogNewietmpy,21. ,.and peed. 'WATCff MAKER .,. .. Notleov '- : i.A'BARBEE.u.i1ctez'* _.--' 'trleada.' ud &W'L.eattonfleahh' V. amp..
HIS HAm TONIC avpenedM auvthlngof tUrp WU..alMty. Postoffloe.4ackaoavUlt : '- fa that thirty days froni abet tIiarnf'1P.liJ.CIvi11s .1 havos.ea, nehru advantage not to7:1t1a.s.
,(Is ) $ $ OroiL&eJ hereby given 'J '
.kind pow to use, preventing the Hair fal. .and Alligator Flank U.4- : .. ILAYIJG retuasd ifromK ?opt.agatoleavo I NOTICX & .'l a apply to tho.Boo FeUxUriagitoB Shop en .omsr14 qflbr.yfhdLStrty-.ta,} tsbxb.4bts.esu4in: eppoaUe the resi 1 good and terms aowmandatlsao pplJt.

1 omt and invigorating the capillary TMsea.JdMrina.atolro. COm,.,.. vNOTICE :too loViseWosporioMO ,Jadfs of Probates.of,Duval Conaty, IIILL' aUJobs ia a worbullllb. rt01 J L( WieTf- hoT opened tao ,ftaekaoy. ft Co, ChartottoaamPalatkat
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dandif.M.3ULLAN.FTSPSMO&i'y. Il b hereby given that aa aratiaatka will LeodraM the .With.i br loara to son Lot umber eno iasqaaro somber ,VY. '.. **., wfllbe' 'Anlshsd freest : Jf&JI;'onUre' Capt jSsrtotaoowBsrtOBthoplaea .. .. '

T. a&iM..P aieaioa af le OnetalAawajbly ;lor tho*last,twenty-six years,,' : sa fai ths town of Jacksonville,belonging to KUta .akargo., f-. .11-1 .' Xsdiefaws,Cbeolcs'JPerfoa ryTaa.:! -I.

Oct It-3t Apothoeafy Hall Jacksonville, E.,J1} af th* EtM.ot.ThaI4sm. ..aawnd* Tratchmakar.h* aopssto: mUm stlsbctk* i"OUlt..IYP4 orMie.anno .to9lWparqnartor-b 1014 : 9'&J'i Cambay rnsbes,,faniBes,Qaidea aad ,i .- JL EOPi "
the ( U.ahore aamed to tfeost who visa .an .. : : OS'Ii G..t. t J1 UbbiC, J'l l4 "Uapneb:' -. .. ..
IfotUe, ., taaat of. Charter. Oonpa 'f . i'_. ', .. _. SohasBhiivy!
Window ?
".' Jal18-3D kmaailks : ., t --, ..ji.rE\In '"' iacl9III Glass-Patty,.** I SsptomborZl.;.18H*?
IT TEUX. LIVJjraSTOjr to my anj Dy- OZVU1L. !
HI H05. .13oMWattr al Mteor
Clocki aodJeWrv repairedthataortoataodek : : ', : ** ? Tfator.wpl aadspa : -
Watohes aq25-JI --.fhl
tyr : .
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A U ori M agent doring a y abeeao* frees *e U'lambI1".' thaasippUcaM* ," \1 aV I. 4 ."OOMMlSSIOTTMnOHANT.. lag,to U had at t&4. HBtsr at ali lines;feadayitxcetod. '. ..;:: J

I 1ftatL; ._. .LIdyT,4IJ. ) ..P..N.-'j ;NOTICE llll4.eo' $ tbt 0.. L s .. _- ,: ; .off..F: X Wittf Rwelj 1",f .t ''* .* '- 81m :W-EJ1Jk Gb".c : .
.ral-"'J.&o" UURDT1..Th. ,; ursl mcr.p4 opt attentioexgJvea to the ia&of I"'hi.\tW '
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r- .
r SE. M. ; Medical. College.
'Gilbert >

U.S. Mall Steamen_ ,' Orange and St Lude,' IitTaeld.alla do* de April ,GROCERIES.AND_: .I0UNpRt MACHINE WORKS V AND { all descriptions of.CAR.BIAGESatNoe.3aand49 1L D:AuoUJ,1t Dl'Jot.: o'1 and Practice '. P.VLATKA, E.. FLA .,
Putnam 3d' ApriL IhAC1.SMITIRNG.PrwJ3oCo.V. WtnUvorth V
D FLORID. Ser 2dMonday in April. J. : : Medicine* IBIS new sad pleasant Establishment, recentfr!
f. D.DOWELL : Street, and No. 7 ZOy*. SirteL Charleston P.M.Koitoof,M.D. Prot of Obstetrics up for tbo aecom odatk.a of the
4th do, .APrILAladtn WDJES .
Marion GROCERIES, V Oar Stock Is an extensive one, and purchasers M. Prof.of Surgery.C. .
30 BtruoCK, D.
.FAtATKA. 24 TO HOVBf. :- ; Public and
TO -
1st do. .do lIa veXing unsurpassed
SEGARS, : j.: DAGUERREOTYPJ3VART1STS VV ire respectfully requested to call OB us, as we can W.WtaT M.D,Prot of Medioaf Chemistry. by any oae hither
Columbia .21 do da May. -' J. to established, to new open for the
Moe ia and and reoentioutC
CAROLINA will Uave C11ARLESTOX Fonyt&frtreeta.I VV offer great meBts style prices lLt.BrahM.M pre(31aioiMsdicsandThe-
before 4th lalla Cr v New a GRAVES : '. Boarders, superintend by Mrs. M.
Nassau Monday V
,at 3 f.tL RetarD, win leave Wednesday 1 I. ) any artklel bought Mona establishment are war np.tlcL, ZawadzkW
Duval 4th dodoMay.. 'I* CAPRUiA, 'Rooms onTorgyth Strcet.DH. 8-tf V Institutes whose emest care will be to pleas all &ad..
and JCCLSONVfLLE,3 ATon y.T A.M. A.PICOLATA M. St Johns 2d do 'iaJune. I OBOCER1LSPROflSIONSFfliT1TB&c V V- .V ranted every respect V V July B. 1L MAWW,M. D',- Plot of- of Modieia cue who will rail in. Tho public patroae ia rXpeutJ&Uy

FLORIDA. will leave CnABLESTOy TALL nav. t y-StreeL : V' V V FRAME Canova'a, Store Caurfago &"Harness Depository. W.JIow.aDt* ,JL D,Prat of Anatomy. soli.jted.L .UL1.un, '
3 P. M. leave Orange and St.-Lud.,Tuesday before the lit V Rooms over Bisbce .. .- Anatomy. ep24lhaPLANTERS
& at Retal1lmtr.U1 MYERS.V V V'" V X.:B.RAB JL D, Prof of Pathotojical
T. O. AT
in November. Bay-Stnet. : : THE WHITE HOUSE
8 o'clock, A. M. BLACK CREEK Monday .Mid DeatmstrstoretAnatoay.
aad JACKSONVILLE. Friday, 3 A. M Putnam Last Tuesday before the- lit Monday In GROCERIES, PROVISIONS V, &e'1 JEWELRY. _ South-Vest Corner of J. .''&', JL Assistant Demonstrator of HOTEL
These Steamers eonaeoi with all the interio November. Newnaa-Strect MEETING and WESTWORTH STREETS V Anatomy V V

I Stag of Reel Florida, and eonnecta both way Sumter 4th Monday November. V SANTO c, JJ..OAK t< ':' : Charletton, S. C. V V REGULAR Course of ttctcsis this in- CHARLESTON, \J. C. ?,

.' with UM New York Steamships,Carolina Railroad Marion, let do la December. &,PROVISIONS Clocks tTatehea, Jewelry, Fancy Goods' CARRIAGES of every description,at the lowest TILE will commence on the first I ":\: THE tadei cned would respectfully .
M4 WOouactoa Boats.Itaaac Alachna 2d do in December. FRUITS, GROCERIES, Cutlery Bay-Street.: V, prices always on hand and no article sold except in November.and terminate in the .J10II,13"1 HiJorm his friend and the Publie geoerally'tliat

*front Charleston to Jacksonville, 13; from Columbia, 3d do la December.St. V Say Street.J. -. V inch as can be .warranted. the fullest term, by Preliminary ,lectures will be delivered from Mon I be baa leaced that extewir and well known N-

Pioolata and Palatfca, $10. Johns 1st do SB November. WM. GROTIIE, July 8-tf 11. U.NATHAN. day.the 16th day of October until the commence UMighment the PLASTERS HOTEL and ia
B. D. i
For farther particulars apply to Duval 3d .do ia November. & PROVISIONS SASH Watch-maker and Jc tler,., meat. !the Regular Coarse,for which no additionalat now ready for the reception of visitors. Ju e1igi-

J.W. CALDWELL, Charleston, STATE CocBTJIufcife Cireuft.irsaso Post-office Buildinf, Bay-S reet. Joseph Whilden, fee will be required. Students have free accessto ble location being convenient to all the bosine,.
BLINDS& localities will commend it to these
- JJELLECUASSE FINEQAX, DOOR V OAK. & SON dealers to the Medical and Surgical Ward of the Savannah who visit th,
Taa. city OD business,and no exertions
Jacksonville Madison, 3d Monday ApriL Bay Sret Dealers in and Manufiietnrers of Guns. Pis- Pal t, Oils. Glass ad-Ship Chandlery. Hospital. This extensive charity is under the medical ba spared by the Pruprietor to promote or expense the -ni
; n. n. REID &. members ofthe whom WIDfort
control of Faculty by
& (wo
2lLo.OL-2.Ealt-&y, .
ia aad convenience of his
2d do
ApriLWakuUa > and
Jefferson tolg & BayStreet.LIVERY ? ? guests render bis
MERCIANDISEDI &, cfioicallettdrt delivered. Ia addition to thin,
: V opposite P. and 31. Charleston C. I are
STEAM COMMUNICATION, lit do in April. house, in every, worthy of the public patronage
. BETWZEfSarannah Loon, 3d do in ApriL DEE A CAN OVA, STABLE, keeps-constantly for rale, a generaTaswrt they hue ample pportunity learning practical and support Jle in pleased to add that he hs

and Florida. Gadsdcn, 1st do in March DEALER IN DRY GOODS GROCE By C. Bliss at Buffiington Honse. HE moot of Paints and.Oils of all kinds,Window 'medicine at the College Clinque,which is open daily secured the services, M Book keeper of Mr. J. W.

Hamilton 4th do ApriL AND PROVJSIOFS, Glass and Sashes,. fipts. .Turpentine,;Campbene to patient the session upwards of two hundred Lamkin, so long and favorably known to the tralveiling -
TUE new and elegant Steam- TALL TEEM.Madiaoon Commission and Fomrding-'harf Spirit Gass Tallow, Grindtonds, Cordage, Chain During past for, and over thirty Sugireal community this and the adjacent State..

ta ;packet Sr. TOIINS Cspt InKIFunou 3d Monday in November Savannah Steamers. o F. C. BARRETT, Pumps, Cotton Foot Gin Fixtures, Glue, Packing cue..ere performed prescribed in the preleDeGof the Students July 8-3m O. W. BOMAR.
will leave Savaanah Thursday for Yard. and Brushes of various kinds. July operations
every Jefferson 2d do in November. Bay-Street. Notary Public, also Commissioner wt the Clinique. Material Anatomical investigations -
t tA morning at 10 o'clock, for Palatka. touching at all MAGNOLIA HOETL
MM Intermediate Wakalla, 1st do in November. & GRAVES, V several States. V Copartnership Notice. willbe abundantly supplied. Fee: Matriculation

'. boat hac been points."This built exprenly for this trade; Leon, 3d do October, DURTON H.Timanus, Office at Bujinften How THE undersigned have this day formed a Co 95; Fall Coarse of Lecture,9103; Demonstrator On the St. Johns River
let do la October.
Gadsden $10 Graduation'30. For further -
4 nenhip under the firm of MATTBI ;
has large all'1ltate-room accommodations forpaesengtn DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVISIONS JOHN H. flOURS USDER CHARGE CAPT. O. *
Hamilton 4th do in November JI. AO'IiABA, and will continue the Wholesale and .addrej is post-paid. or J. HURRY.
and the inland
taking route presents STATE COURT-Southern Circuit. Ac, Notary Public. Retail julyS JL L.BYRD,JL D, Dean. rr : accommodations for invalids and others. .
.. superior zroi... '. Row Bay-Street. commodation Boarders,
!. at Bitffington. Haute.. CLOTHING f TAILORING aDd visitors from the
: 1 This boat will leave JacLsonvJIe, on her return raura TBKX. and Renovating Establishment, North during the ensuring and future
' at 3 o'etock. II. E. HOLMES, the comer of East Bay and Queen streets. Dying seasons.
fo Savannah every Sunday morning, Levy,4th Monday March HANK AGENCIES. It is ftnated immediately on the St John's River
For farther particulars of Freedom DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVIsions Charleston, S. C. 73 York-it near the Court Haute,
inquire Capt
about 25
. fernando 1st Monday ApriL A. M. REED, SAVANNAh GEO. miles from Jacksonville and a short dis
on board, or toCLAGIIORN nUlsborongb, 2d Monday in ApriL ,. tance from the month of Black
Crker Hawar Bt of the Bank of Charleston. 1 '54. WM. P. 0'HAILAIar Creek and Is most
A CUNNINGHAM, Barh. Monroe, lit Monday m May. &c Agent July 73JJEJT Established, 1852. JCS"73 favorably located and conveniently flied up for the
. BISBEE CAFOVA. Jacksonville. & Octan-Slrett. Manufacturing Establishment 3(5( Pratt / IIESubscriber.ratefaI1tohisPatTOn3 and friends mentioned.
BESET A TEA.SDALE FALL TERJT. Bay-Street. street, New fork under the trtptrintendanct oj V purpose Arrangements are made fur
JulyB-tf Palatka. would that in
JL state
for their continued favors, the accommodation of sixty boarders, and already
. Levy,2d Mondry in October J. W. BRYANT MATTHIESYBX.. (.ag-5-2a14-2m '
II. D. \V. ,
in visitors have
addition to the improvements Dying acquiredby numerous availed themselves of
. Oppoa1.Uon. LinC. llornando, 3d Monday in October. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVI- Agent of the Bank Fairfield, S. C. GEO. ABBOTT & CO. him during hu U.t visit to England an.1ot at the "Magnolia." The House inconvenient a location
lit in November. ,
. CARRYING TilE U. S. MAIL, HQlsborough Monday and general Office in Holmes Row, DayStreet.MISCELLANEOUS. land has made arraagements for extending his to a fine Mineral Spring, and boats and
Monroe let do in December. Merhdis. No. 96 East-Bay are
son (opposite Boyce 4Co' Wharf)
t SETWEESPalatka business by which he is now enabled to Dye a greater kept for the pnrpnee of going thither. The pioprie-
. 4 Fla, and Savannah, Geo. STATE COURT-Western Circuit. BaySred.I. Charleston, S. C., variety of Colors on Silk and Woollen Dresses, tar respectfully unites strangers and citizens to

. ( nai&oil the ) SPBUra VEttJf .. D. AMMERMAN Ths.1Va45 bi- ShaDily Ac, which he trusts will generally please all "drop in" sojourn at the Magnolia House in winter
: V'CIl' Franklin, 2d Monday ApriL AND FANCY DRY GOODS, --- --- SPIRIT GASS AND CAMPIICNE. who may favor him with their patronage. or summer,and thuv afford him an opportunity

Via Plcolata, Black Creek, and Jaeleonaonvllle Calhoun 4th do in ApriL DOIESTl Boots, Shoes, Ac. BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. with Lamps of every description for the came. Gentlemen's Garments Dyed Cleaned or Renovated devoting that attention to their comfort whkh it

wick, FILe,and and Darlen St. Marys Geo.,llrun- Jackson 1st do hi May. latJ Caps t Row, Bay-Strttt.. THE HYDEOMAGEJT AIM as may be required, in the tame superior will give himself and the awe superintendent

Washington 3d do in May. and American White Load Paints tyU which has generally much pleased his patrons much pleasure to mauifcut
.;. #$ > TIlE Steampacket WELAKA, Holmes, Tuesday after 3d Monday May S. N. WILLIAMS, OR English and friends. July 7 J. .\. nUIERLIN.
; FriTr17 Capt. N. KI JiG, leaves Palatka Walton, 4th Monday in May. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRO- WATERPOOF, ASTI-CONSUMTINE, of every kind, Linseed and Spermjuly'8 Ladies' Bonnets Dyed Bleached and Profiled in .

''I every Monday morning at 8 o'llock. Santa Rosa 1st Monday in June. VISIONS.-Bay-Street. 9r1K.wL'ttrACTrRAD. 80109. Oil, Glass,l'utty&c.U.. the most fashionable ,styles. Orders from the conn- Or .n tb r1ng

1 Arrives at Jacksonville same evening, and Escambia 2d do in Jane. ip 'punctually attended to. Terms moderate.- H.OTE
: leaves Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touching at FALL TEBSf. G. II. SMITH, HARCOURT BRADLEY & CO. 'n1. M. LAWTON & CO. I When parcels aro sent by steamboat or railroad, [ .

. the intermediate places above. Franklin, let Monday in Eecember. COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUC 44 !Market-St, Manchester. FACTORS AND word should be sent him by letter through the T TIE public are informed that the above Hotel

I Through fare from Palatka Pioolata ADd Black Calhoun, Thursday after 4th Monday in November. TIONEER. Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood-Street, Cheap. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Poet Office BO that lie may know where to call for has been leased from Dr.) DARCAX and no
vill be rnxler the time
paints to
Creek, $300 Jackson 2d Monday in November. Holmes Row Bay-Strtet. tide, London England. American EitablitJimenli Yo. 13 Southern. Whvrf : them T agreeableand
to to 01111'1.0
give tattsfcctjin favor
Through fare from 1 Jacksonville 6 00 after tat in Nov. New V juU 8 ALEXANDER GALLOWAY.W. may me
Monday 38 Ann-Street 102 NassauStreet Charleston s.C.
Washington, Tuesday, AM1ILEU! ate HOEG, with a call. A new Bathing House ha been
., $. Through ticket. are furnished.from.Jacksonville Home 1st Monday in November DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVISIONS York, U. S. Win.M. Lawton, I Wm. Taylor, at tho Spring fur the aceonunodatmo of thoM
to Cbarle oa for 600ty I E. Buker
4th do in October. is valuable Corprotecting I .
cc Hydromagen a discovery R. Wainright Bacon, Joseph T. DilL : who
Ac. &c. desire ta bath in one of
T IheJine
may +llSuIphur
The WELAKA connects with of the
one 8&t Rosa, 3d do in October. V the feet from damp or cold and julyS tf SHIP BROKER AND CESERALCOMMISSION
Springs in tile Country- The location is remark.
New York and
Philadelphia Steamships from Savaunah 2d do October. Bay.St.PARKIURST of diseases
therefore ,
pi a preventative many
&abia MERCHANT.uly able for health, not Beaatiful
every Wednesday.f The H. A.Cohen & Cohen .
DISTRICT COURT. & ADAMS witlioidanydocloringvhcitttcr. HydromagenLi ,
STATES high pine free from the .
1:1D.1i of iasreU
: nce
K Palatka.ACBXTS anoy -
4. f DUKE Ac. &c. in the form of a sole, and worn inside the boot or Importers and Dealert in 8 Savannah Ceo. tf .
especially JIO1'.li/oeR. Can date
BISBEE A CANOVA Jacksonville Northern ,
.. is antidote
medicated character
1 july9-tf ( S. M LAFFITEAU, Savannah. Dilric.Tan"bac Near R. 'V1. Biggs &Co.'s Foundry, to Its disease. a powerful FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ruin & i)us u \ one hundred persons, t'rmtv!. 25 miles from PiUtka.

.. let llonda1ln January. BayStreet.G. FACTORS; AND J. J. DICKIaOX, Proprietor
For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable warm
FOR Apsi.chicola, February.Pensacola Dry Good.s
let do in March. C. ACOSTA and healthy to wear in the coldest rainiest weather batannah
No. 175 Charletlon S. C. tito.
all the intermediate Landings on the St Augustine, 1st do in ApriL FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY, AND as the foot cannot become wet if the Hydromagen Henry E. Fort. I T. K. Dunham. MAONOLIAHOUSE.JaftfonrUJa .
. ST. JOHNS RIVER.THE Southern District. SODA FOUNT. is inserted. Ladies may wear the lightest soled Nathan A. Cohen. I I Leopold Cohen. Jlurida.xfS .

.i Steamer boots or shoes in the most inclement weather with July 8 tf; JOHN RICHARDSON, THE SUBSCRIBER has just completed the

tr J. Brock will Darlington, Admiralty Court sits at Key West ; always in see Corner Bay Ocean Streets. impunity; while Consumption, so prevalent among FACTORS, .til';'. above House, fitting it up in the moat eon.furtjble .
Capt. leave Jacksonville
'ion. the of our country, be thwarted by Fraser & Thompson; style, and will
, ., every Saturday at 8 o'clock arri- L.. M. FULSOM. young may Savannah. Gcorpia.n3 : u.-e every exertiontofleaae
morning BLINDS & DOORS. their general adoption. They entirely supersede FACTORS AND No. I all that my favor him w jib their patronage.
ving at letums day,-leaving Palatka at 5 LIST OK (OFFICERS OF FLORIDA. FURNITURE, S.\SI Office Jfedleford't Building
mtr-thoet, as the latter cause tho feet to perspire COMMISSION MERCHANTS Particular attcnUm p;Id to Invalids.
o'clock Monday Morning in connection with the Governor, JAIE E BROOME Ocerll.E. lolme'Store, Bay-st. in a very unhealthy manner; and,besides, are not North A. COY,
and Wcla.a Adger's Wharft
willleave .
Secretary ,
dangerous wear to pedestrians in icy weather, like MISCELLANEOUS.NEU Corner Ocean nd Monroe-itreeto.
Enterprise at 5 o'clock Tuesday morning, Comptroller, T. W. BREVARD, UESTAUltXTS. india rubber. While the latter cause the feet to Charleston S. C.rnwD'c JackwrnviHe, July 8. 185-1. t
sad Palatka at 8 o'clock Wednesday and K. FRaSER | PAUL s. THOMPSON tf
morning, Treasurer,C. IL AUSTIN.
the Uydromagen, being .
appear extremely large, Good StaUing fur homes.s1O. )
arrive AND BIL
at Jacksonville RESTURANT
same "A.M. Attorney General, M. D. PAPY. a mere thin slice of cork prepared, peculiarly placed II. \V. KINSMAN, SKYLIGIIT

t REED, Supreme Court Judges. LARD SALOON, inside, doc not inere .e the size of the boat,or 117 Kin! Street, 3Itrchafit's hotel, 81,3O.

. Agent at Jacksonville. Thomas Daltell Oaicf Justice, TalahoMee. By Cao\-a Ncwnan-St. cause the foot to appear untidy. To Children theyare baa In store an Immense stock of }aJkr Charleston, S. C.
R.ItREID paperawn
july 7.-tI C. II. Assosiato Justice, Qnincy. extremely valuable, as they may engage in \VlX DOW SHADES ItKDrtTlO.f IX FBICE9.sp .
: Agent at Palatka.TEAMER Thomas Douglas, Associate Justice, Jacksonville BLACKWOOD A Co.'s RESTAURANT' exercise with comfort and healthy effects. Their which he is now offering at prices such as to present TilE undersigned having leased this Hotel

i iJWount Circuit.Judges. Bay-Street. ______ expense is so slight as to scarce need mention; besides great inducements to customer THE Sabcribcrbegs leave to inform the citizens situated in King Street, from the travel
We J. J. Finley Marriannx those who patronize them will find their Ytar- ALSO Jacksonville and its vicinity that he sffil ling public a share of jatronaga. Board, $1,0

: P1on.snnt. I tfm J. W. Baker, Tallahassee. E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT, ly doctor'.bill much diminWud thereby.As Lace and Muslin Curtains, Satin DeLancs, Damasks continues to keep open his per day ; single dinner, 50 ctn. only.

THIS Steamer, which hasbeen lddle., W. A. Palatka. Nelnan.Stru. the Hydromagen is becoming more known, its Ae, al! at a great bargain. July8-tf NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY, July Sia JAMES M. flEES
in condition for effective Foar sale is increasing to an almost incredible extent.
II Southern, Key West second door west of Dr. Holand's !-
ervice is TAHACCONIST. Last in London Manchester Birmingham S. G. on Forsyth Street, CIIAUI.ISTON
. now prepared to resume her regular bu- Solicitors of the CIrcuits year COtRTEYAY.1. residence hOTEL
amass on the St Johns, in the towing of veuek, Liverpool Glasgow,Leeds, Dublin,l'aNAntwerp, BOOKS, STATIONI3RY AND D. MIXER .
Wcrtcrn James M.Landrnm Milton Where he is to take pictures in a man-
Ac S.IERNAXIEZ.TOBACCO and Berlin sales reached CIIE.\PI
rafts performing such other service as Hamburgh, our PUBLICATIONS. Corner Meeting and Uayne Streets
' be appointed Middle, Sam'I B. Stephens, Quincy, S.URS. 450 pairs of corks Soles, This the number ner not surpassed by any. lIe has pared no expense
may by
! special contract I Baker year julyS No. 3 Broad Street Charleston C. tf Rooms julyS Cwle lun,:C. tf
Engagements may be at time entered into Eastern, lamesll. Alligator. Neirnan-St abate loule.I. wlli far surpass that. : in fitting np his having a splendid
any I
I with the Captain in charge of her, at any point at I Southern, 10nl Tampa, Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as AGNEW, FISHER & IIOXIE reception room for ladies fitted up in a neat and. !MILLS hOUSE.
which she be County Officers. A \V. for COLD BRONCHITIS tasteful style, besides his large fine Skylight, enabling TIIOSAS S. MCKERSON
may npon the route, or with her pro- a preventative Coccus FACTORS AND COMMISSION MER-i ,
n prietor. (julrB-tf) CHARLES WILLEV. (First name, Judge of Probate; second name, Clerkof ASTHMA, and COJ CXPTIOX. CHANTS. him to take pictures in groups or singly, in Corner os Meeting an.! Queen Streets,
Circuit Cnr.third name,Sheriff fourth name- n.1U. PEARSON, ME.I'S SIZE, pr. pair, 35 CEXTS.LAPIFS Accommodation Wharf Charleston.S.C. clear or c4oudy weather. lie feels confident of :ulyB Charlatan, S C.. tf
Hi GREAT MAIL ROUTE whenever -Tax Assessor and Collector) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. do. do 30 do. V giving satfjction! to all who may favor him witha

i lli FROM CHARLESTON Counties. Officers. Post Office. Office opposite the Court House. Bors A MISSES' do 25 do. W. BANCROFT & Co., call. lie is thankful for past favors and hopesto PAVILION 110TiU
receive continuanca of the Those who
Escambia Jordan From the Retail Prices make a same. ,
Charle.lI. Penla NOTICE.- ws avery NET CASH JOBBING HOUSE.
( 0058BS FELIX I.I'IXGSTOX. liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers, Xos. 253 & 255 Street. do not want pictures, are respectfully invited to Corner of Meeting and Hasel-sU,
fe LaP.u King
F.31. ATY AT LAW, .\ so that any storekeeper may make a fine profit on call and naming his rooms and I'pecimens.jal jalyS CharlitaKS it
i Through Fare from Charleston to Wilmington, 8 00 Santa Rosa, John Chain, Milton. Office i in the Court House. their sale, while they are an article they may be Charleston 8-tf M W. GRAVES. -

. k "Wilmington to Baltimore 1200 W. J. Stokes, I kept in any store, among any class of good, CIIAFEE ST. AMINO & CROFT MISCELLANEOUS.
Wilmington to Philadelphia U 00 Isaiah Cobb,jr. I McQJJEEN McINTOSH, For terms, apply to Jacksonville Foundry
York - 500 Walton, Daniel Euchecanna. 1IARCOURT BRADLEY CO,,
With choice of route between Weldon and Bal Giles Dwer Office on Bay-SUin Mr. Ochus' House.C. 38 Ann Street, Kew-York. &c. CHARLES DEWl.L.AUCTIOJ.J

I timore. Niell I july8 No. 179 Emit Bay CharlestonS.C..C. tf .: .: It-e: t-

TWO TRAINS wilt leave the South Carolina Holmes A. II. BrownelL, Cerro Oordo. IIROl ARD, z.TIlE CHEST. ..2' II. JESSEN. MACHINE WORKS. Jacktonrille. Fla.- ,

Depot, Line street,Charlcton diily, M. IL Stanley, II ATTORNEY AT
LAW DEALERS IN GROCERIES, LIQUORS Subscribers, having made ssten 5ve and
at 1 A M.and 4 3-4 P II. arriving in Wilmington R. Godden, I Office on Oca-St. SIR ASTI.EY COOPER DART., M.D., SEGARS &c. THE improvements in their establishment SALES in any part of the County alluded Coo

North Carolina at3 AM and 2 PM. Passengers the eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a respectfully "Iidied.OoeJa
TabreMn. now prepared to furnish
by the second train will travel r.hgn Wuhmgo july8 No. 139 East Bay, Charlestons tf are sent to the subscriber on commission,either -
over the Wilming P. FRASER, valuable legacy to tho world in his Steam engines required from
Worhign any power
will be
for private or auction dispose qukkly
: ton and
Railroad by daylight at Wilmington I Great Preventative Consumption,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. P. M. COHEN et CO. 1 to 100 horses; and forwarded. Tie
attended to amounts
two trains are despatched at 6 A M and 3 Jackson, J. B. AND
: p. the first Uain only connecting at Weldon, John Rulla Maria I Office on FOIth-St UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, Saw Mills Sugar; Mills; Subscriber has been known in this community.fJr
p North Ac. &c. a number of as Auctioneer and otherwise.He -
Carolina with the Seaboard and Roanoke James I .1>. sAN lERSON, DISEASES Hone Powers years
Railroad to Norfolk thence by steamers to Baltimore Jesse I AT LAW jnlyS No. 29 Uayne Street, Charieston.S.C. tf Grist;,Mills offers no recommendation, hot desires that in*
Cark. vithout the use of Medicine. himself
is an I both trains Weldon quirks should be made concerning any
; connecting at with Elias Aspen Grove.
Calhoun Brh Farsyth Street. Sir A. C Bart invented and advised the use and all other machinery used in this country. commercial house at tho cf hu residence.
the upper route through Petersburg,Richmond,and James .I S. S. FARRAR &; BROTHERS, Iron and Brass Castings. place
Washington. At Baltimore,both lines connect with Thomas J. Land, I of tho DEALERS IN COFFEE, GROCERIES Since the fire ho has located his store on Fonyth
Steamboat Saw Mill and other repairing,
rr ,
\VIEATOY. C1IESTPROTLCTOR the burnt district where his Auction ba
street .
the lines to ,on ,
and Xew .
Philadelphia York. Franklin Thomas J. Eppcs, &c.
at short notice.
Aplacbila sine is also at conducted and where h.keep .
Public are respectfully informed that these lines Samuel ATOUSEY all persons of all ages and conditons as a prevent ,
TO Corner East Bay and Cnmberiand-Sts. |:V AU machinery purchased from us will be
are In first rote condition the Cars W.Spne a1onri. certain and a safe shield against consumption on hand, on the most reasonable terms,
are under the C. I JulyS Charleston, S.C tf put in operation in any part of the State, by
.aua.pmllltGl'trut1 experienced Conductors Gadsden, K. C. Love, Quiney. W. Bronchitis, A Asthma Cough, Cold and other afflictions competent machinists, when desired and upon FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
eM the steamers from Norfolk to Baltimore are R. C.Lester, I G. CALL. of the Lunge which arise from the exposed NEUFFER IIENDRIX & Co reasonable terms.Drawings For Cash and Country Produce.

navigated by able and experienced commanders S. B. Love, I ATTONEY AND COUNCELLOI state of the chest according tofaMon, and the COMMISSION MER'CIIAXTS, and Estimates furnfemed, without july 8-tt_CHARLES DsWALLrOla.eri.jro

I thereby,securing both sa/cty and despatch. James M.Smith I R Office on Day-St continual changes of our climate. for the sale of tf charge. J100NEY t GOOKL,

Through Passengers and their baggage win be Leon, D. W.Gwynn, "The Protector"is simply a chemically preparedfur Flour, Grain and Produce Generally, wily 8-tf Founders and Machinists. I : taro
MId from one Depot to the other free of charge H.Archer,jr. I R. DORMAN, lined with silk and padded, which, suspended JulyS Charleston, S.C. tf hENRY IV. CLARK,
J alone the route. 11.T. Blocker, I ATTORNEY AT LAW. from the neck, covers the chest, in so agreeable a Buy Street.

I Through rickets to Wilmington North Carolina L. C. Dcmilly Office on manner that once worn it becomes neceuity and CONDICT, JENNINGS & Co., FLORIDA IRON WORKS. rpHE Snbsaiber has received a large and el*gantJL

cube had of 0. F. }FOLKER Agent of the South Wakuila George Miller, New Por BayStPUYHICIANS. a comfort. SADLER COACH, HARI WARE&c. A', R. W. BIGGS & Co.. JHJarkwniUle assortment of GOODS, different kinds, se-
Caroliar Railroad Company,Line street,Charleston T. J.M.Richardson, "The Protector. although but recently introduced No. 165 Meeting Street ,N V Fla. tleced by himself and particularly adapted to the

couth Carolina, sad to Baltimore, Philadelphia or N. G W. Walker, I into America is making rapid progress through July8 CharZe.onSC.MATTI1IESSEN ARE now prepared to execute promptlp orders wants of this section of the country lie respectfully -
New York at the Office of the Wilmington and Ra Noah Posey, I II. D. HOLLAND, the United States, the Canadas, South America, Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar: Mills invites a call from his old customer, end the

leigh Railroad Company, Wilmington, N.C. Jefferson, T. J. Chase, MonticeDo. Office on Newnan Street. and the West Indies. It has for a long time A O'HARA, anal Pans, Grist Mills, Horse Powers Iron and public generally. His stock consists in part,ofSTAPLE
I )'farther information apply B.B.STEVENS James Tucker I been a staple article in England and on the continent WHOLESALE CLOTHING IIOUSE Brags Outings and every variety of Machinery. AND GROCERIES

.Aie ,Charleston 8.C. Jnly-14 Joel Wae A. S. BALDWIN of Europe, while it has grown in many countries No. 143 East Bay,corner Queen Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, ,HARDWARE FANCY,CTTLERY DRY COOKS,WOOD AND -
I to the position of an article of dress. July 8 Charleston, S.C. tf Steamboat, and othor repairing.
Office on BytrctDRUGS To demonstrate these facts continue the manufacture and keep I CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND
Madison, A.. ; enquire of any English They will
tF To tl3LO3E_ '\a.tollo.rpnE S. R DadlCD. AND resident In your vicinity of bin knowledge of WARDLAW, WALKER &; BURNSIDE, constantly on hand, their variety of Plows, Timber SHOES,HATS AN D CAPS,FANCY

T. I lIEDICIXE the beneficial effects of wearing the Protector, Cotton Factors and Carts Chains ic, to which they respectfully invite ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTUCMENTS,
DocTOiusoof kind. The COMMISSION
: R. ,, I APOTHECARY WITHOUT TO any MERCHANTS patronage. July 8-ly
. ._!.t TIXAXCS, No.3. Holmes' Building han in II. J. DRUGS lULL cost of wearing these articles is a mere trifle, endone V North 'Atlantic.Wharf, of the above Good will be sell oa as good

store ADd for sale, alton John Stwa, lu lIEDICINEPEtFUlERYc will last some years. No one who values tho JolyS Charleston, S.C.. tf terms as at any house in this city.
Inventors Manufacturers.
_ A ,
James U. I health of himself or,his family will be witboat July .
) Jerry leD SAW MILLS. them. The Hospitals in this country are not alone 570. IN CASH PRIZES. 570.YOLCXC .
recommending them but rapidly introducing them.
Columbia, Tax or vita 'ScixsTiric AMERICAN"
To Planters and Lumbermen.
I Confuting of Dry Goads Groceries Provisions, GOS.lerr .lpt. EMPIRE MILLLS. Ilarcourt Bradly A Co,of London, and Manchester commences OB the 16th of September. It chiefly

Hardware and Cutlery Crockery and Glassware, Reuben Ilogans, Pcrkly, Parkhurst, &Co., Jacksonville.MEOKLENBERGH England, were originally entrusted with the J. Holmes) devoted to the advancement of the interests of JLT- THE undersigned baring formed acopartuer>hip>
Dateud Cape Boots and Shoes Saddlery sod a W. A. Sheffield, manufacture of the l rotootors. by the lamentedDr. ehanict, Tntentort,Mannfactureri and Farmers, the?purpose of transacting a
Urge assortment of Books and Stationery, and all Alachna, A.31. MILLS. Cooper and continue to manufacture according GENERAL COMMISSION MERDHAKT, and is edited by men practically skilled in the arts General Merchant Business at

ether articles suited to the trade; to which they Y C NeWo Blackwood A Taylor, Jacksonville. to hit original instructions, and therefore recommend ,1W .Wail Street, N. Y. I. and sciences.: Probably no other journal of the )MAGNOLIA, F,

iavite the attention of the public, and ask them to I. b1 I ,those who would woar "The Protectors," to WILL pay particular! attention to sales of Yel- tame character U so extensively circulated, or so would rfrccffun call the attention of an woe are

call aDd examine their stock before purchasing Dnval, F.lx\fil Lv Jacksonville. CAROLINA MILLS. ice to their being genuine. Pine Lumber, Live Oak and generally esteemed fOr iupractialabilit,. Near- desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their largo and

elsewhere, as they flatter themselves that they Ge Dgo I Kelly Co., Jacksonville. REMEMBER THIS u A STABLE AXTICLE:, Amen M other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE,and ly all the Valuable Patents which issue weekly well selected Stock,consuming in part of

can sell as low as any one aLit for cash or country 1 r nwdl I PATEXT MEDICIME. to' order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.jnly7tf from the Patent Office are illuttncd with JEngrmrtnrv Dry Goods, Groceries, Quecnsware

I 4 produce.T. cKnlay, I FLORIDA MILLS. RETAIL PRICES. V and the claims of all the Patents are published Hats Cap, G rockery an Gb.8wue,
D BURTON. I U. W. GRAVES, Nassau, James T. Woodstock Fairbanks &Co, Jacksonville. GEXT'S SIZE, . $lBOeach V V regularly in its columns as they are boned, Boots and Shoe, Drugs, Medicines,
tjf If.IV M. W.GaiVES would respectfully Olell Mi LADIES' do. 1,00 do. S. II. not enbanghJ thus making it a perfect SCIMTIFC ASA MECUAICI-: Iron, NailPaint, Oils

., kform the publie that be still eoutiaacs the .au C. C.Becsent, PALMETTO MILLS.II. Bo*s' A MiBftEM do. . 75 do. GENERAL CAI. ExcrcLorKDiA of information upon the subjects Hardware and Cutlery, Window Glass.

AGVERREAlf A. I. BraddOek, I Sollee Jacksonville. HARCOURT,BRADLEY A CO, COMMISSIONjMIWII ANT of Mechanical Improvement, Chtmestry, Particular'attention paid to the Provision Bust-

JBU/INESS Dx Ulggiabotham.Bt I 38 An Street 102 Nassau Street, 112 Pearl Street N. Y. Engineering and the Science generally. ,It is neaL Hay, Born, Mean Pork, Floor Bacon Fish,
.door ftoUaad's ,
west of Dr. H. D. reaideiJaekaeimUe. "
John's, Gad PIKENIX :MILLS.Stephens New-York, v. a. weekly in form suitable for binding on hand in large -
J SLAIKtle attention will be to sales of published quarto Molasses Sugar,constantly quantities.
8 1854.
; July F. C. mpnya A Footer, Jacksonville. Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood Street Cheaptidt, CAREFUL Rice Sugar, Lumber, Timber and and each volamne contains Four Hundred and .

A Warning.I3f" i Jacob Mickler, I London, Manufactory. 41 Market Street Manchester other Southern Produce. Also Merchandise purchased Sixteen Pages of Reading Matter, Several Hundred Produce of all kinds parch wed.
I Putnam, W.W. Tnmblin CLIFTON MILLS. England. Engravings with a full and complete Index. All are invited to call before making purchases
Delay not; harbor not.In your mind tha I Stanislaus Gik I Taylor, Richardson A'Co., Jacksonville. II. B. Co, are establishing Depots for the sajo on most advantageous terns. JulIs-tr Its circulation on but Volume exceeded 23,000 elsewhere.N. .

'. :.sentence of fools' philosophy, that a diteatt will Nathan of "The Protector" in all parts of America.'Phy- copies per week, and the practical receipts in one .B.-A large assortment Negro Goods,inchas

: nedidaes for a few dollars. Beware bow you Jb ul I E. A. pgCOTTES, Jacksonville. Merchants Hatters and Milliners,also Gentlemen's GENERALCOMMISSIOXJVinOIIANTi thffSubscription price. July 8-tT_IIENDRICK8 A CUES
Furnishing Store-Keepers are entrusted with the "
I The following CASH PUZKJ are offered ly the
!, tamper with your general welfare. .leye) I MOODY'S MILLS.. wholesale and retail distribution of them, and to _W Water Street. N.r. Publishers for the fourteen largest lists of subscribers -i Notice.e .

To n'114n4 vicious youths why will you persist Levy, D. .Morgan, \7acassana.Tsmpa. :. P. Moody,Jacksonville. whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise, and prompt ..ttentongIven to V the sale sent in by the Istof January,1853:-11 00 will : A LL PERSONS are in hereby cautioned Bounty apiit"t1.
John R Ilatcber. tad a splendid to them for safe STRICT trading or any way using a
opportunity opens be for the ,
list *75
fa dosiag with the 1tbynaieatIegeoumpovndsda3poftired. articles of produce entrusted to his'care,' given brceat for the second; Land Warrant, No. 11,, for 160 acres of toni,
: sad' Robert Watten I BELLECUASSE & FINEGAN'S MILLS and profitable business. and all orders complied with. $65 for the third j $55 for the fourth j *50 for the
ly thereby impalriog your appetle promptly (fjnly8tfHoe issued to me under Act of Congress of September
for terms, apply to11AKCOURT
Aiflsborongh, 8111 Bellechaeso Finegan) Jacksonville. fifth r H5 for the sixth| $40 for the seventh; 933 said
aad 1850 on the 16th day of December; 1851, a*
dlgestioa, destroying mentally well as BRADLEY. CO
)Cm. V A Co'i Patent Ground Saws. for the eighth} 930 Corth.ninth 1 125 for the tenth; Warrant was'last lost oat of possession some
. physically, when can be cured with a few doses 38 Ana Street N.w.York U.S. 920 for the eleventh 915 the my
. you :. REED HOLMES'S MILLS. THE Subscribers manufacture from the best ; for twelfth t' 910 for time in the month January, 13oi, some where
of pleasant nedidnes rienando, Joveph M. Taylor, DeSoto.Key 101 Reed A holmes,Jacksonville. Valuable Sea Island SteeL CIRCULAR SAWS from two the thirteenth; 93 for the fourteenth The eaih between Jacbonrille-lUlLt Black Creek, and I intend
Cotton and .
W.IL. Oat I Inches to Inches in diameter! Their Sanare will be paid to the order of the successful eompetftor fora
, Teu who are thus annoyed and wish to be resre4tebssthsn4vIgorby&t.ruta.ntsteooe-. Charles V S Corn Land for Sale. 3! eighty applying to the Commissioner of pensions
I hardened and and ADd immediately after the the let January, 1855.
: IrX MAYPORT' MILLS. tempered, are ground duplicate thereof. MARTIN ENNJS,
I E. L. U FOUR mull above the Bar of St John's river finished taachijtery designed expressly for the Tims i-One copy one year, 92 1 one eopy six sept 9-6w Warrantee

:, pleasant and effectual, should -consult D,. MORRIS. Monroe, Bal SaWyer West. Hocg A Parsons, located on the river, The tract purpose and are, therefore,unch superior to those months 91 1 five copies six months 94> ten copies V _

His success in chronic diseases has henreoterthasthsl&uyMbetpbyslca.mofblsd.y. 'aRobertCtar& Mayport, Duval County,'Fla.PANAMA. embraces seven hundred and fifty acres, five hundred ground b the usual manner, as they art strength six months, ISI ten copies twelve. months.,915 1 : Guardian's Notice. from
I V of it, or. nearly so, first rate cued and stiffened by increadngnhea In thickness fifteen copies, twelve months 922 1 twenty copies NOTICE is hereby givethst thirty days
Samuel Touaf, -1:. .MILLS. ._ and raits original. state, with V the 'exception of regularly.from the cutting edge to the centre, eon.teqnently twelve months 928 fat advance I shall apply to the. &11. Felix
ACsay who have b.eator years afflicted with dis'eMereoBseoueaeeeresuIUac Orange, Algernon 8.Speer, Xn E. R. Gilchrist, Panama Duval County. about.if bty acres cleared,r and will adopted for a do hot': become heated or buckled, sad .No number subscriptions. above twenty can betaken Livingston JJge of Probates of in Duval Conaty number,
from eieees, have Arthur Ga Poet office at Jacksonville. pop the ensuing soasoa. Steamers necessarilypass produce a great faring in timber V s at less 91,40.&: Name* can be sent in at for leave to sell Lot one square
.vectored to health and vigor under his'reaflr Elijah ; Uw. within fifty yards of the place, in lasconding They also manufacture Cast Steel MM.Pit and different times and from different Post Offices 'I ten in the town ofJacksonvlllebelccghmg to Eliza

.. adeutide irf&t nL.' .- Sumter, C.WilliamsAdsmnllte.. ST.JOIINSMILLS.V the river. On the premises then to a very superior Cross Cat Saws.* ad Billet Webs,superior qnal.ity Southern and Western money tabentoriubserip._ : Jones, an orphan and minor the same to be 1Ot.lCor

, state Should a disease parsoasi InUrvicw_ be objectionable, 'D. 0. Lee, J.Sanderson* A Co. thm-story.mapsica house,with a .baMmtot of all of whkn they:b..tea sale; or they may ._ .':" r V .the benefit- of- said minor.J.B.HOW1LL..

TOUT Dr., writing-enclose five doUanAddress Z.ILCiam. <* Post officeat Jacksonville.. nine feet.Location Health, Water.and all other be obtained of the principal Hardware Merchants V bonibouldbidirect ,'postpaid;.to Vcsa CI I .Onartoa.
.II.lOBJU8UaIwP the'PottSavaanak Solomon Ud. U natural advantages pot Till*. throughout United State. and Canada: Co.128' &,N.'J, VVV, V aag25-lm'_

;. doe. ,O*, sad a package of aedieiaes, NASSAU MILLS. good and Urns accommodating. Apply to.'Jo*.' -"w R..HOE A CO,:' : Messrs. Mcxs A Ce. are extensively engaged ia ;VV V Dissolution ot Copartnership. *-
aeeurelywitup, will _be sent'privauly sad .with : THE, -- .,-_ BO, '",.&Co, Charleston 8..C.}TV Braaam _, _. 29 and 31,Gold StreetKT procuring patents for new inventions aSh will ad.vhelnveorswilhoebs.rglaregsrdtoth.nov.- NOTICE is hereby given thai the copartnership.
( o tcafuUeXdJrecUoM there wMJi .Bell chasse A Nassau River.. the
and Finegan
aoques.tioas ,Palatka i.Capt Coxttter, steamer Carolina t : Pnbluhera newspapers$ who.will insert O.Butler A Co,
. asked.PersoMUvlsj. Poet offlee-at Jacksonville or to.the owner on.the place..r.. "-. thisadrertisement three times with.thisno.e,aadfbrwardnia elty_ their, Imp ,.e.*- 1 twenty fourth of Jury by mutual eeneeu*.
at distance, afiieted with 8cr .ctJJ1faIDDr..the
rule 014 Uleers Tetter, Cancers Piles FistaU in U :ORANGE MILLS. yiorMn1; < t < pain ia printinf paper maUrtalsby purchasin fonrtuaei ,A CABD. ; the concern. Prompt payment of,outstanding

: -'WLae Orarel filM aggravated Strietures Gleets or cay dawase what : ,- ,. AU. Cole A. Co. .: 814JbD'. B1Iff, E-F. ,.September. 23, ,',1854-tf.. th..mountofth lr bin for toe advertisement.. .I'WOULD.t this method'of "Wormmg. my debt,-due therm Issug2tf aemf.a.Dti'fLD.

. aver tDabcaaot character lath swd Plaining Kaenlaes ; New Yerky April .: --ji1ytg and publio generally,thai
U cured M.oonsultmf Dr.-,.MORRIS, bv : + '. MAGNOLIA iULLS.T. .' : Itotlel.rpRXawiltk 7: .. R.ILLEES5.
. atEaH eodof-ti.rity,'uI. j/ ,, .: siner the rresiilre fat JaeksoavQla have ci- i
JatW pDII&pai4 IH. I. ,
:: O. Hendnck Fla.' V .-- .
j eseeejUorden 1 Magnolia absent at 'the'NorUifromthe J.< ', tablished in the uewbeiMing'opposite UrtresV V CepattnenhJp'
pUasaat of the United safe Stateftutfcuto eaa..U seat,per Baftteeay LVBE'8flflaLDTat ". "V .1. present'lime"until abont th*lt of -. .. .. .. denee of:Dr.:Baldwin,'.where"I have, opened the' ATOTICX: Ss'rebl.I ve. that we har*this dayJ.Nf
: -
:. part attention given to ifetreeAiaeBtnff.- aod raierdoesleJlreral4e;: ; 'oa tbsicwhezfjij BURLINGTON MILLS.Sadler .. I It October Dftt ."bolt'they win re-ftpen e'stock of 'Apothecary :Haa,with 'an-entlr .'stock ::01 entered into Vpartoerahip forth.p r 'srf
A Co Post office Fha. Good for this :market. TIo the* I -\JaIe.eowqJslrts. Ladies-1rIaQ.aa 7 be1wIthIrv.gnIsrItis "afflicted a t _, t_ Mandarin t.: : r.u.o & ; ytOR.;..'iI- ) sawing
FIoz 1lbu J I .. 11 i. V bus5ooe wUlb Ia lb.bauda-eCRodoEyThrmas =Oombe,Ree,1eadISaOaedSs.O4 Mnrknowa '.' the City !Mins -under h.usme,
; it W. p- 1 \ ; i; 'PALATKA,JtULLS. !iq.I *_ .,\ : .B-LOO 900 BCWIK .. .COJDlJllllOX1A'. v ,'.B J1nls< 'Fl ldfJ Laap.-.t 4n W 1t11 Gt Jut'er .t Kteruf. \ S
t, JS.d"i'aUbalet'IH.1oU.: 1If..w'de :r.1p.I t, :. Talafia Steam S&wiTi 1.pi; II ; : # ..PMJaclf1fl/f.4i1k. -i--- .4 Lamp'Paints aad Oils, Window h i 4 .-tIOmt.G.BUTt.B
; .,.we.a 4e1ecte7tir" / Ot . .. : Wer'tse1cvsnt IM unIgnmnk 01, '
.. ,- "I. I;_ -.7. ; J.A. BARBED :> r- J' -:Soda.TTatflr and XlneralWaU _iN' ': bmig2-4a ACOBKThB.

I, ; ,: Il'k 'oefft.4' isstI.; GY.:. .. .J",If- 'FOUNDRY;AND MACHINE WORK*. V U -.c SOUHlBllf... LV'M.IBR.lJIll LB fI f. Jli''ioIJIto ."... .t ., ._"-fr: j _.J,tlee .' '$.$: .
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