The Florida news

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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 11, 1854
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


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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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News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)


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BY AUTHORITY. and !ixtY- ix dollars and sixty-seven cents ; For the third of fifty instalments of interest For magazine at 'Norfolk two thousand forty-two thousand dollars Provided, Bat the-special allowance now'icade' by (PrtttC- L. X.) .' :

For contingencies, including rent, fuel, at the rate of five per cent per an-, and sixty-eight dollars and rorty-twocenu;I That there be allowed to' the legal representatives law,to tie postmasters at New Orleans and ,An act to'authorize the"Itsve.. i"-t.
LAWS i light, and watching, for the building occupied bum on'one million one hundred ami sixty Epr magazine' at Jtosten, four hundred of,Robert Grcenhoil such turn, Washington City, 'sh.ll-:not otherwise-be to Jesse ovned'bjf t.\. ..I, ,:
I by the Fifth Auditor of the Treasury thousand dollars, stipulated,in the fourth and eighty dollars and sixty-three cents; in addition to that received by him, as either increased diminished il TransitOmpuny.nBeitemcted '- S -
OF THE UXITED STATES. from the first of November, one thousaudeight article of the treaty of fifth August "eigh For magazine at New York, six hundredand together will make his salary for he tin)? Each postmaster who shall 1 be required by the Senate'and ffottu

i hundred aqd fifty-three to the thir- teen hundred and fifty-one, fifty-eight thousand thirty-one dollar and thirty-two cents; he was' employed as assistant law agent .S to.l eep register of the arrival and departure Representatitet. bf the' United Statti -.t,
tUBLIQ ACT: 01? 33d CQNGKJCS9 tieth of June, one thousand1 eight hundred dollars.;, "i For,magazine at,Washington, one thou- equal to Chat, authorized to 00'paid to the -of the maila,shall be allowed ten cents 'America in Con frets atsevtblfd, TLsl (hq
OF TUES and.fifty-Jour, two thousand six hundred For the third of fifty instalments of i ihrt sand six hundred dollars; land commi ftipncrs, l>;y tio act ,of third for each monthly return Lich he makesto Secretary of the Treasury be,he to hereby
S I sad sixty-six dollars sixty-seven cents; w: t,at.the rate"of five psr cent per annum Forhcepital Phi/adclDhia/ thousand March, cig1tn-'hundred: and fifty-three, the Postmaster-General; S _- authorized to caure registers to tHtd
TJXITED STATES. I Foe contingent expenses of th$ office of on sixty-nine thousand'dollars, being {our' hundred and'(ortl-t,o.doltars! and; "nudtig appropriations for the civil and diplomatic Each; postmaster may be allowed twmills In'the'name'of the President of the-"JL easecijTiansit

Patted at the first session, which was: begun the Auditor of Post-Office Department, the amount in lieu of the reservation set cents. expenses of government fur the for the delivery from Lli. office to a' '-:Company1," lacorporated wder
and held at the City of U'ashinetoi, viz: apart in the third-Mticle of the treaty: of POST-OFFICE.DEI ARTjlr.. year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen' subscribe of each newspaper not ,chargeable a charter from the State of.: JTicaragua,
in the District nf Columbia, on Monday, miscellaneous and printing prior to fifth August eighteen hundred and fifty- For the increased) compensation of the hundred and fifty-four;" .. 1 j with postage: Provided;That to any for the .steamboa.i. pr v'ssels owr1 lij,
the 5th day vf December, I b5:i.and end- the fourth of March, one thousand eight i i' one. per Senate's amendment thereof three Postmaster-General from the fourth of, That the First Comptroller of the Treasury postmaster of a distributing office' at which aid emjho3'dbt. tM J hap.prtatioll .
td on Munday the 7th lay of August, hundred and fifty-three, thre thousand? thousand four hundred and fifty dollars ; March, one thousand eight hundred, and i be, and he is hereby directed, ta examine tho commissions, allowaoc.s and emoluments -. of -." c passengers
1854.FRANKLIV. three hundred and ninety dollars and nine- To pay clerks for services perform on fifty-three, to tho thirtieth'of June, one. the cUims presented by certain counties since tltj,. thirty-first March, between the Atlantic and Pacific; pfcrta.'ofthe
S PiFHrr, President. DIVIDIU ty-eight cents ; Chicka aw'ndian business, in pursuance of thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, two* I of the late.Territory of Iowa, for expenses one thousand eight,hundred and fifty-three United i States, through,cr over,the terr.tory -
\TCIIINSON.President of the Senate:pro For printing fucaiturc, and labor since the regulations of tho President of the thousand six.hundred and fifty-five dollars I of the United States District Court, have been insufficient to derfay actual and 'of .the,State afcrasalev Prorfiw ,
l1fpoN'. LINN Ho\'vSICaketofth UOUECvf the fourth of March, one thousand cigL& United State, and ia conformity with the and lifty-fi centsForcomPcnatioD which were paid by sail counties prior to necessary expenses and afford the postmaster That before the..granting of a,, ,register fOr.
Representatives.IPlBLIC. hundred and fifty-three, two thousand four decision of the I late Secretary of the Interior of two temporary clerk! the oMm sion of said Territory into tho the annual compensation dirived any steamboat or vessel owned by'said!
LX. hundred and twenty-seven dollars alto1 four- six thousand one hundred and eighty- employed in the Post-Office Department, Union as a State ;and if upon such examination cnmmbdions at the office before said company, to be employed as 'aforesaid, .t6epreadentof
S t ccu.cents ; seven dollars and fifty cents ; viz: One from the first of April to the he is' satisfied that prior to said thirty-first of March the PostmasterGeneral raid company Bhallsirraf or
An Act to supply fifficienicca in tJc.IJt'Oprialiolllur A%>- For salaries of officers and clerks in For general incidental expenses o: the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred time the fd} counties have paid "money may, In his discretion, allow quarterly afQim that the said steamboat or:renel,
the serrice nfthejiscaj Branch Mint at San Francisco, California, Indian service in New Mexico for the pres- and fifty-three, at the rate of twelve which, in accordance with the instructions from the date aforesaid ont of the is owned by said company ,that all th*
year cvding the thirtieth thousand eight hundred and Jifty-four, dollars ;, be expended under the direction o(the Secretary tho nineteenth ol May to the thirtieth of dated nineteenth of-December eighteen ficjency: Prorided furthfrt TJiat to any are citizens of the Tailed States,or person*
and fur other pll rposcB. I For: wages of workmen in Branch Mint : of the Interior; June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty- I hundred and forty-three as construed in postmaster eta separating office whose not the subjects of any foreign prince or
Be it t'71lU'tl'lllJy the Senate and House at San Francisco, California, thir.ty-three For the payment for the printing of, the three, at the rate of one thousand dollars ., the report'of said First Comptroller to the commission. allowances and emoluments State; that all the officers and'directory of
of Representattces of the United Stales nf thousand three hundred dollaau; returns of the Seventh Census and the paper per annum ; and from the first of July to i i I| Secretary of, th? Interiorj under date of may be found insufficient tn provide the said company are, 'citizens of the United
(J America in Coagrtitg assembled, That the For incidental and contingent expensesof purchased fcr said pi'.:jting, under the the second of August, one' thousand eIght' thirteenth of October, eighteen hundred extra labor necessary to a prompt and sufficient States, and that two,third of the stock of
I following sum be: and the tutne. arc hereby the-Branch Mint at San Francisco, California provisions of the "joint resolution providing hundred and fifty-three, at the rate of and fifty-three reference to said subject, performance of tlc: duties of separating said company is ,owned by titlxens -.d' the
appn j>riate I. the appropnations for the service of the fiscal For salaries officers and clerks in Assay of the Seventh Census," approved : hundred and tuty-five dollars and .sev- the United States for said Territory be U through his office, the Postmaster-General I I shall'be deemed sufDc3ent,without requhs'
t year ending the thirtieth of June, one Office, New York, twelve thousand nine March third; eghteen hundred and fifty! enty-three cents; directed to audit and ttlethe same ; may make such tyjarterly allowance, out of ing the oath or affirmation" any' other
I thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, out hundred dollars; i three-that is to say : To supply a deficiency in the revenues For compsnaation'of' the Judge of first th; postages. collected at sncb office, as ho person 'interested or concerned laT
of anj' money in tLc treasury not otherwiseipprwpriatetl For wages of workmen in Assay Office, I For printing of the returns before mentioned I of the Post-Office Department for the fiscal I. ijM*,ar.f 3 in civil cases for the District of may deem sufficient to compensate such steamboat vessel: ,And provided fer urtfi-
namcl.r: New York twelve thousand five hundred I the sum of fifteen thousand nine year ending the thirtieth of Jane, 0:10: thousand j San Francisco, California per appointment, I extra LAbor Provided further; That the That a register issued tinder this act
PEPAUTMEXT OF STATE. dollars ; hundred and nine dollars and ninety-three I eight )hundred and fifty-three, five !:I dated twenty-first of September, eighteen commissions and allowances authorized by shall continue ci f rce one year and'no.
the increoscJ compensation of theSecretary For incidental and contingent cpenses I cents ; hundred and forty-lhe thousand four hundred hundred and forty-nine, by the late General -I I this act shall be subject to the provisionsof longer, unless the president of'trrs* company .-
For fc'tatcfrom the fourth ()March, in Assay Office New York: tWentyOnethousand For the paper purchased for said printing I|f and forty-five dollars and sixty-three I B.-Rdey, while Governor of that country the forty-first section of the act entitled f aforesaid shall within one jear from F
dollars ; i the sum of twcntv-sevcn thousand one from first October, eighteen hundred S\n act to reduce into one. the several acts the dat of the register, make, snewths5oath
hnudrcd and fifty-thr I i
tine thou and eight of Jnn tlumsandeiRht, For the employment of workmen materials hundred and sit dollars and sixtyeightcents cents.ATTORNEYGENERAL. I and forty-nine to the first ApriL eighteenS I I establishing and regulating the Post-Office or affirmation aforesaid and the .collector

to the thirtieth and ,two one thousand fuurbundrud and. other expenses necessary to put : Provided. That tIt! sums herein For the increased compensation of the S hundred and fifty, seven hundred&c4 fifty, !: Department ;" And prodded further II of the customs shall certify the date
hundred thirteen,dollars and thirt the Branch Mint at San Fr&nciftco, California before mentioned VQ paid to the printer Attorney-General from the fourth of Marchone dollars I| That the Postmaster-General may. in Lid of said' renewed oath or affirstiori"cnthe-.
and } in operation, forty thousand dollars ; I who executed the printing, and to the contractor thousand eight hundred and For the payment of a draughtsman: and i discretion, dispose of any quarterly returns] back of said registe,"which shall continue
set en cents of the Assistant Secretary For the collection of agricultural statis- I who furnished the paper,pective- to the thirtieth of June one thousand fifty-thrc eight? clerks, employed under the resolution of I;S of mails sent or,received,which were made in force year from said elate,_and.
For compensation from the eighteenth of tics and the procurement and distributionof ly. at the Treasury of the United States ; hundred and fifty-four ,two' thousand five May four, eighteen hundred and forty-e'ght: up previous to the first day of July, cigh- I the oath affirmation. may bo so renewed
of state, be compensation of two additional clerksin the of the lands five teen hundred and fifty the and the indorsement made in each
hnndnnl and fjftthrce seeds and cuttings, to expended under -: hundred and dollars and nine upon maps public t11.1u'l j preserving accounts so once
April, one thousand eight the drection; of the Commissioner of the office of the Superintendent of Public I ninety-four sand six hundred and seventy-firs I I current,and vouchers I and every year thereafter, and the register
of June teen cents
to the thirtieth and one Patents, ten thousand dollars ; Printing,one, thousand two hundred dollars For tl.o 'TlUrcjla. of Spanish and SEC. 2. And I" further enacted That I I i inz such accounts and use acccmpnny-I shall continue- in force accordingly*., -, r

eight hundred and nine fifty-Tour dollars, .1 To con (UUv; the public buildings in New I : can law-books for the C Library of McxiI''all books, papers, denments, and records,,- j the proceeds thereof may be necessary SEC. 2. And be it further,enacted' ,' That
thou :an'i MX hundred Mexico fifty thousand dollars ; I F'Athe printing of Executive Department seventeen hundred dollars.MISCELLANEOUS.. Congress, : in the Department of tho Interior may be to defray the cost of sepirjiinz and eiispos-, before granting a register any steamboat
ninety cents_ ;_ .. For finishing the Capitol and Territorial including paper anti printing the an- I I I copied and certified,under the seal of that: J ing of the same. This act shall take effect or ressel, owned by the company aforesaid
For pubh-'iing! the' laws,of m the pampiuei.States I Prison in the Territory of Minnesota, and I nual estimates of appropriations for the i department, (\\"bich.hereby recognized as F and bo in force from *nl after the comment the president .thereof sha?,',together with,
form and in the newspapers of Washington grading and fencing the grounds of same year one thousand eight hundred and fifti }- For tho contingent expenses of the Sen- Il'gUlJ In the same manner as those in the I 'of. the next fecal quarter after itspassage. one or mere sureties.*t$the, satSsfaefen of.
and Territories: and in the city hundred and ten thoasaJld dollars, to be expended under i five, and for printing paper, and binding t aLtviz., : j other Executive Departments may now byI the collector rthe customs, bI'wbornun.
two thousand three the direction of the Secretary and Treasury. -i twenty thousand copies of the Annual lie- For htlioir.iphing and engraving, twenty, I law behind with the same force ande2lctand; Approved June 22, 1S54. dot the 'directi'oiis! of--th7 Seeretay7.4!
eighty dollar! ; ; four I port of the Secretary of the Treasury on I thousand dollars ; .: in all cases where a seal is necessary by law j 'ssurf, the registe1"nutt'b4"I
For extra clerk hire and copying, INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.For Commerce and Navigation for the Tt-ur one Eor bind nj: thirty thousand dolhrs; I to any commission,process, tr.other instrument" [Peptic LXII.) come bound to the tiDited States Ia the
thousand dollar. ; the increased compensation of the I thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, I For'books, twelve thousand six hundred provided for by the! laws of Congrcssit An Act tl authorize the Selection of School sum of twcnty-five'thousand ,dollars.with
SaM clerks to be employed only during Secretary Interior, from the fourth of nine thousand and eighty-five dollars.. I and ninety-one dollars; I shall be lawful to affix the proper zeal by I District in lieu of the Sixteenth Sections condition that the steamboat or vessel shall
the session of Congress: or when indispensably March one thousand eight hundred and I WAR DEPARTMENT. I For clerks to committees and President 1 making an impression therewith directly vithinthe Tu-elce Miles Square Reserra-: tc solely employed in the transportation oL'

nfce$'iry to enable the either Dejiartnient house fifty-three, to the thirtieth of June, one For the im'rC3\C(1 l compensation of the 'I pro tempure, draughtmn, messengers, :. IIi the paper to which1 such Fcal i is r.ecessa-!i tion. State of Alabama. I i merchandise and passengers' between the
to answer EOUVJ rail raule! by answered thousand eight hundred and fifty tour, two Secretary of War from the fourth cf March, j pages, laborers police, horses,and carryalls, ry, which shall be as, valid as if made on I lie it enacted by the Senate and House I Atlantic and Pacific ports of the United
of Congress at one scion to bo thousand hundred aud fifty-live cellars fc*!Kt? ; hundred and fifty-three 'to the four thousand four hundred dollars ; I wax or other adhesive substance ; ;1 Reprrsmtatirti,nfthe United States of States as aforesaid f that the register shall
at another; aud fii\y-Jh.t cents ; I| thirtieth of Juno, e lltcelhundr't'fl and For its-llaneoui; items; To replace this SEC. 3. And be it further'enacted. That 1 America in Congress' assembled. That! be solely used for said steamboat or lath
For payment of a clerk, nccesearrily; employed For the increased compensation cf the I II tiftyfourwo thousand six hundred and amount, drawn byprd of the Senate from I hereafter the commission, of all, oiiiccr [ the school commissioners of township sir t it shall not be cold, lent, or otienriri
in the recess of Congress to bring &arej or-Gci.cral of Oregon, from the third fifty-file dollars and hnJ.-fit'e cents ; that head appropriation, in a payment to I under th? direction: and control of the Secretary south, range one east, townships five and disposed of ta any other company, pet
up the arrearages of the D.-jbursins j AgentIf of March, cue thousand eight hundred and For rent of how e on northwest corner R. M. Young, Ri cojmnis& t( invi&tij cf the Interior,"shall be'maIe out t six i south, range two east, and townships or persons; and that in case*nchr, ateatb-
the Department of State, four hundred fifty-thru, to the thirtieth of June, one 1 of F and Seventeenth stn'eta. and warming j I gate charges against lion .A. Ranisey, late and recorded. i in the Department of the Interior I[ five :and six south,range threp east, Hunts- beat or vessel shall be sold, lost or ;ohei
and thirt.-two dollar; thou ud eight hundred and fifty-four, one i all the rooms in it, three hundred and eigh- superintendent of Indian affairs, Minnesota, I and the seal of the said department i vine District Alabama be, anti the same wise prevented from returning to.V e United
For compiling and suptrvi;ing the publication thousand: turc? hundred and twentysevendollars ty-five dollars; nine hundred and twenty-four dollars and affixed thereto, any laws to the contrary i I are hereby, authorized to select respectively States the'said register shal\ within six 'I
of the Uegister, (fit e hun and seventy-seven cents ; For the compensat'on: and expenses of twenty cents ; notwitatandmg: Provided, That th$ sail} by subdivisions, from any of months thereafter, if preserved, be retun
dred dollatp! ; For rent of Surveyor-General's office in I the commission civilians and military men To enable the Secretary of the Senateto I seal shall not be affixed to any such commission the surveyor public lands, the quantity as ed to the collector of the customs who U-
For outfit of a Charge (I'.\ffaires to Denmark GaUorma,purchase of instruments, records appointed tinder thin prorkions: o( the first pay for the maps of tht> p"bticlm authorised i before tho same shall have been near as may be, contained in the sixteenth I sued it or to the register of e treasary
,four thousand five hundntl dollars ; drawing materials, furniture fuel and pay section of the act entitled "An act making by tho resolution of the Senate of'I signed by the President of the United sections of said townships, within the for cancellation; and on failcreto comply
For the usual return allowances for Ministers I the third March hundred andfiftythree. States Twelve Miles Square Reservation which : with of the conditions aforesaid
eighteen forfeiture
of messenger four thousand dollars ; { appropriations fur the support of the army :I ; ; any a
of the United States to Great Britain, For compensation a Draughtsman and for the year ending the thirtieth of June. to be printed under the direction -' SEC. 4. And be further enacted That selections.upon being: approved by the Secretary I shall accrue_to tb& United Sttfes'ofthe -
Franco llu'sia, Prussia, Spain. Brazil, Mexico Clerks for the office of the Surveyor-Gene I ono thousand eight hundred and fiftyfour of the Committee on Public Lands, five the compensation of the special Mail Agent of the Interior, shall be bolden by I enrire penal sum named in said-bond
.and Chili, eighteen thousand dollars ; ral of California, ten \aoUiioDdoilarsl approved third of March,one thousand eight thousand one hundred and fifty dollars; I.I' of the Post-Office Department in California the same tenure, and upon the same terms, I to be enforced in any court! competent
For the usual return allowances! of Charge For contingent expenses in the office of hundred and fifty-three, to determine mat- For the expenses of the House of Representatives shall be five thousand dollars per annum ; for the support of schools in snch townships ; tnuuandvoa outstanding register
d'Affaires, or Ministers resident to Portugal the Commissioner of Pensions: For stationery ters connected with the management of the viz: such rate to take effect, in virtue, of this as the sections numbered sixteen, shall .
S Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Holland. one thousand dollars; for bindingbooks national armories, five thousand nine hun- For horses and carriages: eight hundred provision from July first, eighteen hundred within the said rcserva. n would have been SEC 3.,And be farther enacted. That
Belgium. Naples, Sardinia New Grenada one thousand dollars; for office furniture dred and ninety-six dollars and sixty-one and forty dollars: and fifty-three ; had not treaty stipulation made other disposition whenever the officer to whom said register
Yencniela Bueynos \yre!,olivi.Ecuador, one thousand dollars ; for printingand cents, or so much thereof may necessary For newspapers for members, two thousand SEC. 5. And be itfurtiier enacted That thereof. bad been issued ihaU cease to be thapreal-
and Nicaragua, fifteen thousand.set en hundred engraving bounty-land certificates, one Prodded, That in the payment of such dollars ; from and after the passage of this act, there Approved, June 22 18.5-1. dent of said company any,register :whidt
and fifty dollars; thousand live hundred dollars ; for miscellaneous officers of the army as may have served on For pages,' one thousand nine hundredand shall be, in addition to the clerks authorized mar have been issued in his name shall b*
For the usual return allowances of the items, one thousand five hundred that commission their pay as such officers, thirty-six ,dollars ; by the third section of the act of March [Piratic LXYHL: ] void, and a new register .must be issued in,
Minister resident to Turkey, one thousand dollars shall be deducted; For binding documents, scvcnty-eeven third eighteen hundred and fifty-three, An act confirming certain Land Claims in compliance with" the provisions ouis: ,

five hundred dollars; I For ; inuing the in tho northern For arrearages of pay for services of volunteers thousand: five hundred and ninety-six: dollars cntit "An act making appropriations for thcBastron Grant.Be act. S :..ASte. '
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For the outfit of the Minister resident to portions of Iowa, surveys and Wis-j in the Kentucky regiment called and forty cents ; the civii and diplomatic expenses of govern- II I it enacted by the,Senate and HouseS 4. And be further enacted, That
Turkey thousand dollars; miscellaneous items thou- [ raent for the the thirtieth of Representatives of the, United Slates before 1C
consul, at the rates now authorized by law, into service in eighteen hundred and thir- For twenty year ending of issuing any register afbresaid -
For outfits of Charge: d'Affairs two thousand i thousand dollars tyvHX, one thousand dollars; sand dollars; S June, eighteen hundred and fifty-four," in America in Congress assembled, That such shall be proved to the satisfaction.ofjihV
four hundred and thirty-nine dollars I forty For paying pensions,;under the act of the For arrearages of pay for!services render For binding the Congressional Globe and the office of the Register of the 4 Treasury, of the claims entered in the report.dated Secretary/cf the Treasury that,the steamboat
ahd two cents; !. third of February, one thousand eight hun ed by volunteers or militia in the Black Appondixofthe Second Session of tha Thir three clerks'of cUsa tb.W' & Include the thirtieth of July,eighteen hundred and fifty- or vessel for which.the register fat 'to,
For an outfit for the late Charge d'Affaires dred and fifty-three, one hundred and Hawk War, one thousand dollars ; ty-secund Congress-five thousand and 'clerk now authorized to take charge of the two of the register and receiver at Monroe, i issue shall hare been builu aad equipped
Au'tria, fonr thousand. fnc hundred thousand dollars For clothing for the army, camp and gar- eighty-eight volumeS at sixty cents per redemption Flocks, and in the office of Louisiana, as in their opinion onght to be wholly in the United State;' udLlMkV
twenty-eight ;
dollars ; !I of invalids who rison equipagc, and horse equipments, to volume-three thousand four hundred aud Commissioner of Pensions in lieu of the confirmed, according to 'the principles recognized steamboats and ressels respects
For salary of the Drap man to Turkey, I. Toy wounfed paying on pensions board of private armed supply the place of losses sustained by the twelve dollar and eighty cents ; temporary,clerks now employed therein, in the of Congress of'.the third i subject to the laws of the United State
hundred and dollars and were the and five clerks class two and fifteen clerksof March eighteen hundred and forty-one : in the vessels built_
one twenty-two vessels the last war with Greet wreck of the steamer San Francisco, twen- Forcontmuing preparation publication of same manner as whoUjr.:
cents during ,the three and said clerks shall be pursuant to, which the ,said and American citiiena.Ajprovcdj
eighty-three ; from the first of July one thousand ty-six thousand fiye hundred ,aqd ninety f. stereotyped catalogue cjass ; paid report, was registered : .
For salary of the Assistant Dragoman Britain, hundred and fifty-four, eight dollars Library of Congress, five'thousand dollars according to the provisions or said section, made, be, and the same are hereby confirmed June 23, 1834., %' ". r tI1f
Turkey, five hundred and ni a\litle dollars thousand eight lour hundred ,dollars and tho For deficiencies for. tha railroad surveys ; until the thirteen of June, eighteen hundredand for the extent and under the limitations *..' ,
and thirteen cents ; dice for paying privateer pensions; in Boston between the Mississippi River and the Pac- For the messenger to the Speaker, three fiftytoniout 'of, any' money in the referred the. opinions of the !aid C (} .t ;1
For expenses of intercourse with the is hereby abolished and the said pen- c Barbary l'ow'rsl six thousand one hundred hall be Ai,privateer NAVY DEPARTMENTFor For pay Cur ,Annals of Congress, ordered SF.C. 6. And be further enacted, That Sec, 2. And be further enacted That United Slate. to fulfil the-'third 'artlcbtof ,
and tArs and forty-nine cents ; sioners other paid pensions the increased compensation of the' by the,Ilocse for the. House library, beingone the portion of the seventh section of ,the the confirmation by this act shall only operate the. Treaty betveen. 'the 1nited6ate*.
For contingent expenses of foreign intercourse are For paid the at President's places house; and grounds Secretary of the Navy, (coIn the fourth of hundred. copies of each of the following act of twenty-siith* August eighteen hun as a relinquishment on the part-of the and the ifejncan, Republic, to tfa Vrtieth -'

fifteen thousand dollars ; for fuel for; the President's bouse, and for I March, one thousand eight hundred and volumes: first, second, and third'volumes dred and fifty-two,entitled An act to pro- United States, and shall not effect the right of December, hcusandiefghi, 5'
For contingent expenses of all the missions three thousand eight hundred I fifty-four, two thousand five hundred and Tenth Congress aud first,wpond,and third yideforexecuting the public,printing\ and adverse claimants the same lands, nor *:d mJll.fift amended by
abroad, forty-two thousand seven iron fences, elphtyTfour dollars an.d sixty-one cents ;' volumes Eleventh Congress, in allsix hundred establishing the prices thereof; and for other prevent judicial decision in regard to the the Senate bfthe' Cnt5J&atet, ** ?-*. S
hundred and twenty dollars and three dollars For ; of the Capitol and improv j I 'For contingent expenses oft the Southwest volumes, at CAO dollar* per, volume, purposes," which :provides "that.;when same; and upon the rendition to: the Gen- Be it'traded ty the Senate'and'Haute
cents; it thousand five Executive Building, vii: three thousand dollars., any documents shall be ordered to bo printed Land-Office eta proper plat of-survey, Representatives of the United State /.
For payment of a balance due the agent ing the grounds around ,six For fuel and lights, seven hundred dollars For printing index to, private claims,,ordered by both houes'ef. Congress,. the entire duly approved by the Suneyci-G' neral 1DtriC4 all 'Jonss assembt Thatabo
and ditch- hundred dollars; of the of such documents shall l bo done for confirmation by this athe Commissioner '
employ purchasing walling, of two hundred ; to be printed by resolution printing any sum of ten llions at dollars be, and the
ing a piece ol land near the city of Mexicofor For repairs water-pipes, miscellaneous items, eight hundred House Representatives of :the twentysecond by the printerofthat house which first,ordered aihall cauSe' patentj'to be issued same is hereby;appropriated .out.oLjaityJ.monyin .
a cemetery or burial ground, four hun- dollars ; the ':- dollars of December, ono thousand eight hundred the'same," hereby repealed ;' and .satisfied_ that. tncTjBaiae. is confirmed and the treMui? tiototherwis.*>ppropnated .
dred and fifteen dollars and twentysevencents To pay.Iwo to the draw-keepers first of,July, on, one thou-Long ,For contingent; expenses of the navy,that anel .tl1tl:nej; twentr t thousand dollars when there. are, different: printers for the I surveyed according; to the true' intent of to enable the President"of.t&k:< .
Bridge, up ihisact"Proridecl. That
Tic S respective houses each shaIl4o the printing if "" case a United Statea'tb filfilthe S
torth ; stJpulaUoainthe
To;pay expenses incurcd by Edward sand eight hundred and fifty-four. four frei may ht accrue and trnDSportat foUowing purposes printing, and For binding inJcx 'to private claims five which may berca.fter-bo. ojfdercd ...bythehouseelc'ctuig i claim confirmed by this act wad not actually third article of 'the.tiea\1' between United

Cunningham, acting Consul at Shanghai, hundred dollars trce-boxu'and; repairs otpa"o- IltattOnery'ad.erti newspsbook&. thousand (even, hundred'dollars J ;,. S hhn' : ,located prior tothe, third of March eighteen. States and the Mexican RepnbH of U.
fit: a Poicp( force fur the preservation of thepeaceiij Fortreest hundred model."atwing purehaso'snd For rent of paper' wareroom -from the'first ,Approved: May 31, 1854. i hundred and Cfty-oue;no" location oftho thirtieth 4De ;one"thousand. gb t1Kondred
American citizens five hundred ments five dollars; maps repair, fire-engines and ,machinery repairs of January to thirtieth of June, eighteen ., -, I .samp, shall be made to the pxejudicQ of and fiftr-three. is'.subsequently.

and serenty.t dollars and eighty cents ; For lamps and between lamp-posts Seventeenth on Fensylva-street of and steamengines inzavy'ards hundred and fifty-four, at' two 'hundred (IIWic LXI.1 .[ any.actual settler' ;but -uch'fJO&\: claim s.mcnciedby tb&aU of ta,United States
*" of the claim of Thomas N. nia Avenue, and dollars S may be located on, any public lands in the 'of'which said bf\ten' "
'For payment : and between the Capitol! purchase: and maintenance of fifty ; An A.ct .fguat2gt1eay, of: Depvty-, ; sum millions of
and Georgetown, l Ouachite D: to which there : be "
Marshal at the I For of r from"ware- ; rid may dollars tptnions area be
Johnson for his services as thousand rbuire4dollars horses and oxen, and driving.teatus, carts cartage printing-paper F Post-mastert seven paid on theT
port Shanghai, from'the ninth of December and Navy-yard l one I timber-wheels'andthe, :purchase and :repair room and 'office(of tha jSuperintondcijt of I JJejCcnacted bje) Senate; anallawc ,GO.xi,tiDg preemption crotherjalid claim, exchange of the ratifications pf>nidtreaty;
hundred and fifty-one to the ; : i Publlc Printing .to the printing\ o4aand: .under such regulations as may be prescribed and the remaining three mUh'en
eighteen in order t.1o' workmen's tools, postage.of public I u aoaa'aa
enth of- September, eighteen hundred For completing "M keeping President'* .house, lettel't\.furniture for government houses labor, from ,the .firatofj[ January' to the i of JEpresentairesoJiliUflhteI: Stafes'ofti That by thc CommUsioner. 'of- the. :' .Generalblind -- the boundair line shall besureeyedmsej..,
of ,
in0ea.a3zensb1ea inplaceoftbecompeustiOn -
grounds south' the i America Office.
and fifty-three, the sum of one thousand nine thousand seven hundred,and seventy : fuel,oil, and candles 'for: navy yaNs'ItQ II thirtieth:of.Juno,.eighteen i hundred, 'andfitbni no lo, ,ddepn.typuetiMetera i S ed, ,.ndeetablisheLi. IT1.*;*'"
even handrcd and eighty-one dollars and dollars % shore stations, pay of watchmen, and incidental tf frre hundred and fifty dollar |: the Postmaster-General be Wroede254.. .-" 'r Approved, June':29, 1854, -'/..-
eerenty-four cents ; ; -S : labor chargeable'to' .other per annum,.two_ hundred and. seventy-fire : 'l, (..
and enclosure any allow
the pedestal i is ber to them
completing I and hp b1..uthon ., .fILi i iXlX ) '
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Kerr in dollars / PCBLIC L.e
For to John Bozman the deliv } -- S ( -LTCOtj .p.i
payment Andrew appropiatiori Ubor attending' ry S ,
of the
of the equestraii} .statue Incurred to the first i commissions at following rates onh'postagncol1ecfM't An act fa Reinbnrseto the Common Coun'ciFtf -
addition to his salary and :allowances as of stores stations age :dockage For arrearages prior An Act aid the TwrSo -
Jaclpon five )hundred dollang ; on civil} and [: their respective offices 2fev York 5Csty Expenditures [ MiasM.
charge d'Affaires to icaragua the amount For the* payment qf labo.reremployed in : and rent, travelling expenses'officers Ctf July, one thousrnd' ,eight and_hundred,marking, 'the |in each quarter,of the year,and in.due pro- '-. 'ma&yof. th> First Reginent'of'Neic \ in the Construc4enoftzS S :
pf his'expenses on the journey to San Sal- i shovelling Inow: from the; wafts, ',to and, I and others nn.der orders, funeral expenses" t fifty-three iine'btwecntbelnited t04 running, States ,I Plf9 '! period less than a,.quarter, York Voluittffrs.Befit f n. 1 -- : ,
Tador and Guatemala, and of his expenses : around the Capitol the President's .house, : rent, stationery, fuel), 'commissions :,boundary [Tier -S tnactcd by tMand- S('House' S Be it enacted by the Senate, avd.House

:at those republics together"the with national fun out- I and other public, ,buildings'four.,hundred : and, payof clerks to nary' agents and M't iCt.W1c fifty thousand r,the treatjofGtti4aIupeIflilalgof 4pflaraS ';, [: On'anyarcratjot exceeding"one :hundred Representatives of the. Slates of. Representativti of the' United State off'
to re- -
TTt as Charge d'Affairee and twenty dollars ; ,,- : and store keepers flags awnings and'packIngboxes 'And that. the period limited for the- appointment -i, dollarsaixty per'cent.; but any postmaster America' tn Congress assembled, That the America' ,inCongre** assembled: That
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pfcenUtion; Central For furnishing the rooms of the new wing : prenyums au(\ otherxpense.ofrecruitingapprebendideicrters I otCqiOmissiOnerSurveyorn4: ..\yhOse" otHceithe mail is':to arrive regulrly Secretary of-War} 'In, the settlement and there bind Is, hereby granted to theTeKritoryiof .

TREASURY DEPABTMEXT..For of the Patent Office building :with, furni- ? per diem! Chief'.Asironomcif -hythfr .'jet ot May, flf \ between the:hours of nine o'clock at adjustment.(under the act 'Congres {of ( for the purpose aiding? )
.,: the 'Increased' compensation of the turn, and p.roviding t.he saloon tberetnwitheuea pay to person*attending courts-martial and teeIthebndet'dMy.; shall be, :night"add 11 ve'o'clockln'the:'mo'mibmay June second, -eighteen hundred and ,forty* \in the construction of *raHroad "from.yige1
t Secretaryof the Treasury from the fourth for models forty-fire thousand. dol i courts inquiry, and other iefvieessuth the be,allowed:seventy per,,cent,,onhe, '.first eight) of the"claims ofjhe Common Conn southern fine of said, 'Territory com eoo--
i of.March one thousand eight hundred and lars ; !orized Jby law, pay to judges advocate ph andtenme'IsJ'ffebyxte1tde40 thirtieth'\ June: fignt en hundred: and hundred'dollirs$' 5- '- .d'-: oil of-New'.York, forxjenditnzeinde in log a\ &. p.. between., Vnrwbjnager. ; 5-
ftj-tbrea, to tho thirtieth of June, one For lulfilUn ; treaties wtyh, the Siqux'>ef lotage ancfto..age of vessels, and assistance, ft'c : "S AS : :: :F On_any,sum u ver.and ;bovo'one hundreddel1aaninot'exceeding' organizing; transportingIothing, and sub nine and eerenteeo, thence by ; %v: 4f"' :
t health and .
;thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, two Mississippi t to.Yeueli in'distress, 'thousand six hundred and,fifty-five dollars I Iorthethirdotflfty 'Instalments of :Interest quarantine expenses" of, the United, States ibe- surrey,of itne boundary :doBarsJfifty per tent f 93T; -}"">. :. ,,'-V ljiteers1 O rnd.y'lo1cnIWa$ eastern Bii of said Territory in the dipection"of -'

and fifty-five:cents; atthe, rate of fire per:cent, per ant navy in foreign pOrta'seventy-two :tbou between the Uvtodr'$&-and Mexico "*,On ant in& over and hus3red B..Bur etprioaothamustering or,Aid Lake Sinpeno eterr,,alternate"
i To enable Secretary af the Treasury nom, on one,',million ,three hundred and c-sanasiihuudraad sixty dollars ; ., thousand ,.n._;,,t to compensate the agent employed In payIng sixty.thousaod 'dollars stipulated in the .For continuibflcstIontyr1nsndcuntcbrtaItor ;the dirett1a12. ih .Secretary_of,,thlOtePlo hundred: dollaraj forty'per entjAodonallturns"orervtentyfour,- t" .,States,shall aatherited and required tflosUcbOfthOertWifl for aiz seetioo widthn each .side .of
annuities to Cherokee) Indians retp&Jb fourth wild*.of Abe,treaty of,twp nty-third printinr and pub : -' "** '- "*'t -, .:hW., : at may be
ing JBJ.North, Carolina,'under the'act of ihe 1 J eighteen, hundred and,..tUty lithinf Bailing idlrec tapaf hjdrogr phical ,'f'FeVfwtKcuti?j purchased by the ConlmJe-dreddollarfift np *,ceat,7* '- :ported by"tCsfiwtoi7STOoch nr shoring that the United State hareC'
thousand htd.4cothbtY dollar surveys$, and other expenses of the by4ogpb1elsioe ::On thmontofteOflJetters1a4packAges had been ) nade VhenTthe fine of said roadia d! : flj-
: e height thousand : \ : : r.:Patent for'illustrating .the meobxnieaj '\ .that such expenditure fairly .
', tt*f J.u'Qdled40t.. For.the third Q/fiflr: jstlments.F.>fo- ,; ; ten.thoua. nd dollars' j : : I. sop f the-Patent{ ,Office Report :recMTedata"distributloa' \ \oflice'oC and was.hecessaryandprpperfor,the'iei'-' [ed by the authority afbresaid sold&try.. S
laN(" .tri, at the.rat of five percent,:JMlr Vabr For reappropriatlctn "oftfae followinguascarried to'h'lDd par a d' fiftj-three-fourj 'c1'\'tJ"'L : w'VV3: '001- pe r :ylnotwianditkt-sach; 'touchers |tion or' any part thereof -rurted>M brf
,, .F 0QII\b1.ft 1P.d"dinJ.. rent D m'VD one hundred and ye1vMhous&fl4 to ha'tnrphu. fund, .and.: octheobject ordered the.'H.ous'of Representatives, cent commission tnayt W>aUoireer/- may be' informaTaftd defectite for wan V ? I .'or that the right of pre-emption"
t. and. tAh1t1i for the:buuaing ,occuby dolUrs;;?being th amount Iteu of.the -re? mentioned' : two.thquistsibse *-> S d : one toou ind five hundred dollar* > ** Every.'peetinMt.rPwbcsenoapenticasa1Lnotexceotj l particularity J Provided} That'the amount I attached the same" then it'shallbe'law fatfer"any
tbtfJlhinL article- fit f-Pordrj e'f"%jittery, fiThuadwddpUar .la one agjeat or agents'to appointed try
pied the Tbinl.Auditol of the Treasury.Jron terra oft' et apart in: I '4F r dental expenses OfUieeoaas1i.titMicbkdoI aUowsbotzccsd.threthouaandixhuaddd ;
1 ml thousand 'oftwi tiy4hW'ifaTyeJgiteeibunted ..hundred.dollars and eghyflsepsnts| ; uarterrhaU be.allowed,one cent orveryIetkd.nreo 'd the.QoTerncTofsaidTerritory, subject idthe.
*.the first'pr Angnst <. the! treaty ,. e6ruj4ftrUie'fcct: ., t ty'.h'qd.ona
tb 'to 'tb tiiirt SeftsU' weed- 'I dry-clock at PepaleolareleveD thou-! pf boeeiex'. L. .. ". approval of the SeereUry-of 4he" Int*.'
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th ofJ u,2'. htjodre/l ment ,.t IAK. I tied,one hundred" wd" r ninetreo dollarsthhrtttuteatE vtIJ" > etp(itte1i airsfertbs peeliasf.rhitlfc ta.uT.I...,29,.'154., .: (. Tlor, to celecyrom the laada ttli. C lted.
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States nearest,.to'the. tier.,t>f sections abort ttfthti tical excitement,r'm'Dt'n *'PUBLIC MEETING.' '**
upedAed,so; alternate eetions t1 s{ ded.for the'm o ;ss't .At s numerous and respectable mtol An attempt has beenmadeto' :.blo.+[. '" We forget whetherjhq" :.abo: quotation the Inspectors with fraud or the voters with
or parts or"k'CtIons as shall be equal t pp the party of cu1. Illegal voting. 1V. .,'the
I e&ro upon seeing Dmt & Earl's Hotel I.i New York byaninfertumackihel should credited to mystery attacked -
such lands as the United States km exl.o o } : She
tq< ; 'Lt'd' I Peru the held at the Magnolia Rit 0 Wednesday It encloeed'ia'a'brown vsHse the but' it serves ,to this_increase of.votes,'in another,
Hold,or t6;which the pte em ion te nond -1in edu was or .Apocrypha, M ourpur, manner. >
hMP>ttachedasafoe6\idwhich lands (thai JACKSONVILLE :, ., a public.enterprise under the plea ( r evening/Nor. 1 t following resolutions ,and so,contrived'that upon lifting}it h1; pose we,will not'be"psrticuhr;u to its Since the, election of:''52
selected in lieu of those sold,' and to vrhicljtroemption noun of their progress,.a annoy Ing the were passed unanimously: one handle,only the works_.were set i m authorship.' Alter, passing through an arduwi persons have attained Uw age many which yean tnt*.

with! the has auctions attached. as aforesaid of see-together SATURDAY, NOYEMBHIt'IIrI8S44 cmp1 hints, 0 political and specula Wnixnua United States Senator Is ,to tton,to explode. A 12 '.21 keg of povder *-cam settled ourselves, ties them to a vote., 'The population of the

tkms designated by odd numbers or parts u afote- ':covered up by mysterious-si:; be elet' the.ensuing RUl of our ,and also, a pound eaniater.were foa down,quietly glfi chair; .for, a;kind o f sons country, feeling has been the Importance m increased and of the'many per*

aid,'and appropriated. as.aforesaid).shall OTTB KZZT PwiTKn R&XBV IB' lence., _________________ &te L a wbt.'t u within, together with a pistol, arranged t political siesta,,when'suddenly we ire star election have voted who before have.present witivT

.be held-by the Ttrr.tory of Minnesota By the proceedings of a meeting published .. ED, FOE ENTERPRISE! otic p UT a IJort I t fire th powder. ,8m wave severely tied by'a salvo-from,Republican, cornphalning held their votes. ,-
the use and purpose atoreeaid'Pro"idcd, in this it will be that the and coarse, ll somewhat of the of the The Democratic be still
paper seen steamer Darlington : Ltatn 'W building Iniquity Doc] majority can
That the land to>be so located shiU hi no Tf fin that high ijr t
\ cut be farther than-fifteen miles from .the Democrats 01 Dnval county, have in strong Baa having been thoroughly Cap j' and ,one know t of individual -. .hatter clue b been obtained 0 in daring to achieve a victory. ,over the bt that more many easily whigs accounted have repudiated for from the fact
station their
line'Of the road in each case, and selected terms recommended the election of the Hbn and has again resumed n ; whr we n the perpetrator this crime or the.can* erto unvanqnUhed whiz phalanx it par
both by talents o oDn1 ty'upon finding to be after ,all not the
i for and on account of said road! Provided D. L. YCLEE to'the Senate of the United rpt sad Enterprise. Inn I' more qul oCt.Do This war answered by a report f old genuine article of TO, but a sham

further AhaU be1 exclusively That the applied lands hereby in the construction granted- States by the General Assembly.This lids and others who wish to enjoy a pleas and experience, than th Hon. D.ID Henry A.'Wise> in answer to crt pop gun allr and w again we1ce) The General says that if he had been de
L. for that station Therefore
YCLEE tested he should
of.that road for which it is as it should be, and we hope that ant noble interrogatories, says, that,the order peace oar domain. Hardly! not have contested his el
was gaanted trip, upon our Thai 0 't ection. So it
Resolved Meeting that
Be it this his
and selected, and shall be disposed of onlyu county after county will thus express its who have a proclivity rnr-pm i knowing Mr.Yolee by to be the decided choice,, KnoW Nothings i against tb at'of'r had we composed ourselves,boweverwhen; to not originate appears in his own small complaiats majority,

tho work progreseee and the same shall preference so as tocffectuaUypreventwlre- fish in Lake Monroe or the deer and turkey not only of the Democrats of this county. laws and facts et our history- it eon a heavy gun was heard from the cir retiremcnt but purely in sympathy for Mr. Drew. lit

be applied to no other pntposo That whatever and all;; pulling1 and log-rolling on the part of a minority its shores, and who wish to I but as we biye'of those of the entire travenca the declaration of rights of Virginia of PaLo which was modestly responded also signifies his intention of retiring from
Jbad provided furtJur, any up a 17th that immediate public life. We admire his wisdom
to defeat the known wishes of the take the interior of and religious freedom to. in retiring
lands heretofore reserved to the United peep, at peninsular i
District Senator be from the field with the laurels
and tho
States act of in people. Wo do not believe that there are Representative Two sisters in Somerset Ohio were 10 Now awakened however, by domunstrations already
,: by any Congress or any Florc can attain their ends by step. instructed and requested to all honorable we are w on. lIe has hitherto gained brilliant victories
ether manner by competent authority, for Democrats elected to either of the u the performance of a band of (rom our friend,who arouse
any pin board the Darlington, where thy? i means to secure the election to the said captivated by and has not had a singly reverse. A
s F .the-purpose of aiding for any object other of internal Houses who will be base enough, for the wi be as,eomfortabte a in a parlor with a : seat in tho U. S. Senate of the said Hon. Indiana at that place, that they each selected by the charges and anathemas which have retreat will be better than a defeat, and in.

1 whatsoever improvement be,and or the any same are hereby purpose purpose of the accomplishment of personal "P ianer." I David L. Yulee. a dusky lord, and eloped. They were been piled upon them, claim a place in oocolumns his retirement, surrounded with happiness
tk the views to sacrifice the high principles On wsRorec. and reclaim their We and prosperity, he will have abundant leIsure
upon followed to indignation.
reserved to United Statos rom the by a spirited mamma express
forwarded to the
HOTEL AT SUMMERVttLE 8. 0. That copies to 4tndy definition of "fraud and
,, pcration of this act except 110 fAr as it may which they were elected,and prove traitors Weobserve that our friend BurrERriELn,, o St.Johs b county and ed. a particularly averse to any .pie or illegal voting," and con over the subject
be found ncccssaay to locate the route of to their constituents; but the fact thai the Senator from the Ditrict and In the case of Dr. Graham,at New political warfare that assumes matter of Thompson's Digest, p.-I sec 9.
railroad such of the Hotel Charleston is York prn
reserved lac
said through certain Whigs have certain views to accomplish Paiio i also, that they b published in .niet the,court from cast ; but the alluded In that retirement be may rest assured that
in which case the right of way only shall about to commence the erection of a firs) St. and the h ajr & person te we will not disturb'
be granted, subject to the approval of the in the coming session should warn ui class Hotel at Summerville, about twenty Jacksonville.City, at Augsti Nt, inat until following communication has, come out him.INSPECTOR.

p President of the United States. | to be upon our guard and resist any en- miles/rom Charleston, near the the G. HUMPHREYS, Char'n. Over fifty manumitted .ln formerly under his own name, in an attack upon _

SEC. 2. And be further enacted That croachment upon our privilege as a majority iu o JAMES M.GOCLD, Sec'y. belonging to the estates of Messrs. George the whole Democratic party,and hare thereby DZXOCSATIC XZJETIHO
South Carolina Railroad. A handsome
the sections and parts of sections of land, in whatever insidious form the attemptmay f Love and T. Hernden,of Fauquier and Lou made the matter a subject of public discussion Pursuant to call, a meeting of the Democracy
which by such grant shall remain to the retreat, in healthful a locality
be dfeguined. country a a counties Va bad arrived at Baltimore in to thorn Dnval county was held at the CourtHouse
doun we justice
United States, within six miles on each this has to be, will a desirable THE FOEZira HOT ct
side of said road, shall not be sold for less The Democrats of Dnval county and of acquisition to the citizens b of Charleston, By the arrival of the steamer Seminole en route for Liberia. They h beer who feelings are injured, withhold, the in Jacksonville on the evening of

than double the minimum price. the East have no wish to dictate to their from Savannah,and the Florida from Charleston furnished with an outfit, by the heirs ot following from th public: the 4th inst, at which Maj.C.M.COOPER
and under the direction of and
SEC. 3. And be it further enacted. That brethren throughout the State,but they believe -. so popular, in of these estates. was called to the Chair, and W. K. Coteappointed
the said lands hereby granted to the said enterprising a host, will undoubtedly prove we are placed possession th Ctvn CaEEK PBECISCT, NOT. 7th, '54. .
it is conceded that the Secretary.The
universally Northern and the latest from Mr. Samuel wealthy planter
Territory subject to the disposalof remunerative. His travelling friends will mails news Rmber We notice that we bar
for the East is entitled to the next Senator and which the Mail Steamer a wise and several ll. : object of the meeting was then briefly .
any legislature thereof purpose I glad to learn that Mr.BUTTER FIELD will Europe, are by Royal near Memphis, TeD. recently assailed by GeR
aforesaid and no other, nor shall they enure they wish to hue i it perfectly understood that b still the supervision of the Pavillion. Arabia, and date th 21st of October.rraasrrs. children, is said to have eloped with Hopkins, in a communication Ewar the Chairman in which he took

to the benefit of any company heretofore their choice for that office is the lion.D.L keep the daughter of Dr. Dubose, a friend. The the Florida bearing his sig- occasion to remark, that the Democracy of

constituted and organized and the said YrLEE. This feeling is*universal that NEW YOU OD girl was but thirteen years old. They went tu The Rtplicn us Duval, without any wish to dictate to the
'ia brad shall be and remain a public highway via Savannah and the The Liverpool Cotton Market had gained the of the Farmer and the Judge-
By Telcgraqh story brethren
of their
for the use of the Government of the in all our personal and political overtaken and arrested in Kentucky.The rest throughout the State,
United States, free from toll or other charge acquaintance, we have heard but one voiceat steamer St. Johns, which arrived here yesterday some buoyancy, but closed with a downward Agricultural Fair at Richmond proved with which that every the Farmer school and boy the is Judge familiar." I felt so lively an interest in the election of

upon the transportation of any propertyor variance with it-and that voice was not we learn that the contest in New tendency. Provisions were steady; a bri lliant one. The appears and that the bull gored"ernegbbr. a United States Senator by the next General

troops of the United States, nor shall antagonistic Mr. YCLEE but merely sug-- York has resolved itself into one between Beef, Pork and Butter remaining at former mot some fifteen acres, Fairgundsopying Faner's ox, Judg' Farmer Assembly, that they regarded a free expression

I any of until said the lands same become shall subject have been to private first tivo of a "new man" on the principle of"- Seymoure (Dem.and UllmanKnow Noth- prices; Rice scarce, and prices advanced; with people from morning until wer night, the went to the Judge and said" : My bull h of their opinion, upon so important

entry offered at public sale at the increased price. I tation." It strikes us however, as it will ing). Seymonre is saidto be 12,0 votes Co'e hi fair request and prices unchanged; number of persons who attended in one day gored will your have ox."to give rfWell me, another.said the Ju'By-, a measure, as due to themselves and
Molasses Tobacco
SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That most of those who have the interests of our ahead in the city. Sugar and also uncg is estimated at fifty thousands. The Rich- "yo the-by," says the Farmer, fcl mistaket i is the Democracy of the whole State.

the bonds hereby granted to said Territory State and those of the South at heart, that WELAKA. was scarce, and prices mond : that has gored my !" On motion of Judge Livingston a Committee
shall be disposed d of by said Territory only this "new man" sort of business is just the The Steamer Carolina in her last trip with an upward tendency; Naval stores "The occasion says has proved all and even your said bul Judge, Hhat alters the case.. of thirteen was appointed by tho-

shall in.manner vest in following the said that Territory is to-say.o(Minnesota no title thing that,at the present juncture, we wishto from Charleston went up the river to this I firm; Palm Oils advanced, and Linseed Oil more than its most devoted friends could I.And if" said the Farmer, fcyou were Chair, to draft resolutions expressive of tho
to exact
r in active advance; Iron was dull, and prices have anticipated or hoped for; whetherromidcred render justice a it wishes and feelings of the meeting.The .
nor shall any patent issue for any part avoid. new town of Welaka with a quantityof I there would hare been no ifs in the cue. following gentlemen were named
l in to the amount u
of the binds hereinbefore mentioned, untila The times are now too critical, and the (freight for the interior. drpin.Te respect exhibition a If the General had received sixtyfourvotes the Committee: '
of the articles on .
continuous of miles of said London Market stringent beauty
length Money was
road shall be completed twenty the binds interests jeopardy too great, for the pe0ple We congratulate CoL Bryant upon this reference to the interest manifested or the and his opponent but fT it would Felix Livingston Jno. M. Pens, .
through The late arrivals of gold from Australia have "altered the case"
r hereby granted and when the Secretary of of Florida to trust to the experimentaltrials event and most cordially wish him continued numbers in attend. The appearance fcfraud." -Te rt' r h S. Buffington. Geo. W. Cole

the Interior shall be satisfied that any of "new men" in statesmanship, especially success in his enterprise. had largely increased the amount of of the people, t mke us feel proud as constituted Wo fear from a the tone of the General's II. E. W. Clark I. V. Garn/
bullion in the Bank of other in the Unite B. M. John
twenty miles of said road are completed, when they have a man whose cool We understand the St. Johns from SA- EnglndPLIICAL Virginians. spot remarks that he imagines something Pearson Broward1
the hmsel J. G. Dell Thomas
we venture opinion Ledwith
then shall issue for a quantity of b ,
a patent will and command. NEWS. Stat and this Empire or
determined of Cesar
judgement, vannah will soon commence weekly trip to an assemblage of a a S. Fairbanks, Joseph .
land cot exceeding one hundred and twenty great fn
,, sections, ano included within a contin- ing talents, have already made the voice of Welaka which must be of great convenience The news from theCrimoa were rather in- looking men and beautiful were Kingdom.his "reni Unfortunately vidi vict" could for not the be Whig rendered R. W. Biggs,

now 1 length of twenty miles of said road, our young State of more weight in tho coun- to residents,south of Palatka. definite. The latest despatches state that on the Fair Grounds yesterday. that The there only arty, in the plural this time. Whatever The committee then adjourned to a private

and so from to time patents shall be issu- cils of the nation than that of some of the the bombardment Sebastopol h been subject of regret, perp beautiful opinion the General may have of himself, room for the purpose of drafting resontions -

ed in like manna upon the completion of oldest and most populous of the Union. "Much ado about Nothing. commenced with only two pieces of artillery. were so many Divine" in apmen we, as Republicans and Democrats, can re and upon returning submitted the
each additional miles of said road Since the election the Florida of the "form as a following:
twenty : In the crisis of national affairs which Sin The Russians held out and to preclude thousands from viewing cognise the Divine right of no one to hold
until it completed, and if said road ha\ come to the conclusion, that there is manull measure of inter over us, and are apt to express Warm from the work and joyous in the
to be all e"csll'C turned Menschikoff had received of the numerous objects sway very
. scorns
; is not completed within ten years no further "much ado about nothing"and that Florida lr reiror many of which ourselves at the we choose.If result of their efforts in behalf of their song
sale shall be made' and the land unsold upon- all hopes centered ,in the United ments, which h given his army renewed est with that der sLtition facts he wishes pns&personal distinction, cherished principles,the Democracy of Du
is matter after all. that of
hall revert to the United States. States Senate; and the South should watch no great I says spirits.It might b what would th Fair or is actuated by love of power, to attain val county would congratulate their friends
. SEC. 5. And be it further enadted, That well, that none but men staunch, tried and it i true Maxwell received a largo majority was also rumored that a vast army without otherwise.the FAIR yet. what the other his desire in our land of Liberty and throughout the State upon the signal suck
the United States mail shall be transported but this is not much to be wonderedat ob to dis- of Democratic
1 Equal Rights, it will be necessary cess Principles which has
r and about the lords!
true, should there represent her. was in the rear of Sebastopol, of creation without
at all times on said railroad under the direction considering the immense Government lets of some of his aristocratic notions,and rewarded the zeal and energy of their party
of the Post-Office Department at Such a man Mr. YCLEE is known to be; lavished our favored State. .marching t MenschikofTs relief Orders Another duel U said to have taken place pos each himself to yield with a good grace to in the late election. But m their hour of
such as Congress by law direct the of patronage upon haTe been the Russians to hold out York the third of the kindin ,
price may ; and even people our neighboringStates given in New being the sovereignty of the people. triumph they cannot forget that the fruits
Provided That until such price is fixed by are looking forward anxiously to the The editor, seems to have a lively recollection to the hut. two weeks. The principals were a South He wit a much propriety, blame a of victory are only to be secured by firm-
law the Postmaster-General shall have the of the fable of the Fox and the c
. man or the Almighty for flees and discretionConfiding,as they do
time when his voice shall again be heard in was expected that the entire army of street merchant and a Custom House bro uly. .
oft power to determine the same.Approved. and adopts the philosophy of it in I making him to persecute a man, or in the good faith and earnest purposes ofhe
June 29 s851 vindication justice and right. gap Omar Pacha, would be sent to the Crimea. ker; the cause, a lady, and the r
: of young for not holding the same views with Administration both of the State and
;j TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. Amid the thunder-burst of "8m," that ned.DEA' Another report of the capture of Sebastopol snIt a ball through the hat of one, and on men It was ordained by a Supreme Federal Government they yet see in the "

ia now making a political pandemonium of OF COL. WM. DEL had been circulated London, Paris, n left arm of the other. being that man should differ in opinion and progressive fusion of all parties at the North

I 1 ALACHUA NeienanstiUc Lone No.Fla 2G,Nov.or F.23 A.M.-. the North and West the crowning uimn We are pained to record the death of tbi and Vienna, but was discredited. A fire occurred at Lockport, N. Y..on hat difference of opinion is source of into one general political host inimical to
; cnowledge. It is impossible negotiate Southern rights, eminent peril to the quality -
\ WHCKEAS That All-eceing eye, whom of which is abolitionism, there has been gentleman, who expired at his father's Gortschakoff b succeeded Mcnschikoff 3 &destroying property to the amount tractions of importance and t prevent the of the States, the Constitution and.

the sun moon and stars obey, and under heard a calm but trumpet-toned voice from louse in Alacbua, on the 2of October.. in command. of over ,200,000. occurrence of dferenc more particularlywhen Union. To meet such an impending crisis

whose watchful care even comets perform our gallant State,which speaks of the Con- Our[ acquaintance with was There are intimations that the allies intend There i t be a Regatta at Charleston on it of one party he South in her desperation will be called..

their stupendous revolutions, has, in the stitution as our political creed,and the only but a brief one, originating in a visit bj him to reestablish the nationality of Poland 14th and 15th, at which fine sport is3nticpt. to draw a conclusion at variance with that like an armed man, to stand at bay, and

dispensation of His Providence,been pleased safe-guard of Freedom and Equal Rights in to Jacksonville some few weeks since; } and endeavor to turn her power against th A number of craft have al- of another. none but her best and ablest and truest
to take from our midst one who was beloved "e If we take the immorl document of Jefferson men should be chosen to uphold her honor
friend and Brother- the Union. quiet resignation and calm Russia. Affairs in the Baltic and in Asia entered, and trial of aquatic
and respected-our hi gntlemy ray bn &our text, men are created equal and her interests in the fearful contest.
' WILLIAM DELI who departed this life The triumph of the principles which we rearing, while suffering the lt st remain a before. Large reinforcements peed is expected between Georgia and in the sight of God,and in the view of Government If, in the dark future which awaits tu,

at his father's residence Alachua county, have advocated daring the hut campaign, is disease, b marked his a on were being sent daily from England and Carolina. one man i pretty much as goodas our grand experiment of a Federal Republic -
Florida at 1 o'clock A. Jl., 23d Oct. A. D. another where a vote the is destined to a failure the but
franca. his at the especially prove ,
the triumph of principles of Mr.YCLEE not easily to forgotten. In another column Capt. Gibson made appearance
t aged thirty years, nine months and b prerogative a citizen, expiring agonies of the Constitution will
: eighteen days. as oftentimes expressed by him on the floor will be found a tribute of respect to The eastern question absorbed all inter Hague lately, much to th disquist of the hip every man has a right i concr.Tht exerithil be heard In the Senate of the United Stater.'o .

''t t .Alas! be is gone!-he, who but a few of the United States Senate, side by side his memory from Alachua Lg No.26,F. est.Advices Dutch Government. He was honored with great American privilege a he pleases, T this august body we must needs look

abort years since, promised fair to enjoy with that indomitable and unconquerable A. M. which Charleston SLvann paper from Spain represent comparative a guard espionage. Mr.Belmont,our Cons is pretty much conceded in these days, and for succor and for safety,in all the perils of

the pleasures of this life and the association advocate of State Rights and Democratic requested to copy. tranquility as reigning there. ul, disavows the charges that have been he individual,however exalted his ption ho government. Since then the period isat
of kind friends and relations for many years a who sets himself up against the band when our beloved State will be
to come. We say he is gone-gone from doctrines-the lamented CALHOUX. WOODWARD fc CANNON.It Much excitement and a strong revolutionary made at him respecting financial operations. masses wiaurell get the worst of it. called to fill a vacancy in this grand council

the busy scenes of earth to mansions on When Mr.YCLEE retired from his scat in spirit prevailed in Poland. As do not persecute men or the States, it is just and natural that

. lugh to that Celestial Lodge above-that that body of which he had been an ornament will be seen that these gentlemen advertise Gen. Carrobert h notified the French Some of the British journals, of late, for th opinions which they probably en- he people of the State should feel lively

Hwn not made with hands-eternal in and in which he had been such an the receipt of a full supply of Provisions Government that the position of the allies evince a disposition favorable acquisition from the conviction of reason-but interest in the choice that may be made.
the Heavens where the wicked cease from and Family Grries at the store defended t th I strive set them right by argument adpnuion yielding to none in the ardour of our political -
efficient of State was being by of Cuba the United In- t
champion Rights, (now 8,0 by
and Stt.
troubling the weary are at rest. Thus lately occupied by Morris Kiel, and that impgble find an t the reason faith, and ever ready to sacrifice personal
the doctrine of his State men guns,and could be held against of importance respecting app
wastes man! To-day he puts forth the acknowledged as intend to their stock fresh by telligence some effectual preferences to the harmony and success
tender leaves of hope-to-morrowblossoms, and of the whole South;) the Frecsoil and they keep 200,000 Russians.A our negotiations i expected sAt than an attempt to brow-beat them. It is of our party, we jet claim whatever

and bears his blushing honors thick upon Abolition Press of the North were in an semi-weekly arrivals from the Charleston barge portion of the French Baltic fleet the Court of Common Pleas in Lowell the wise man tha changes h mind-the consideration may be due to the wishes'of
him. The next day comes a frost which market Give them a elL reurned to Cherbourg. A rumor was fool never does."A our section in the choice of Senator.
of at what they heralded the
nips the moot and when ho thinks hisgreatness extacy joy, h a witness upon the stand was asked i drowning man wll catch at straw," Therefore,
still aspiring, he falls like the triumph of their principles even in a stronghold WA'BB .JEWELRY, &e. current that the Danish Government would bo belonged to the great society of KowNothing and it appears that Gener seek to Rescind That we recognize in our fel-

Autumn leaves,to enrich ourmo Earth! of the South. Let the mongrel crowds Our f'rieo Mr.F h returned from permit th British fleet to winter at KicL At first the witness denied that create the impression it wa throughrood" low-citizen DAVID L.L.YCLEX principles,

Therefore, be it in opposition to the Administration and to New his Fall pur The English papers.state that a national ic finally,after conaultmghiscam- / and illegal voting that, in 54, the character, the experience and ability
,. Resolved That in the death of our Brother the perpetuity of our institutions as founded Yor a b Jewelry Fancy subscription for the relief of the sick and in affirmative. He refused be lost his comparatively handsome majorty which the occasion demands, and recom-
answered -
this has lost Go th fvarful that his mend his favorable
WILLIAM DELL, Lodge a and that of 52. Ho is evidently name to the consideration -
.oua and devoted member; the community by our fathers, continue to hold their dace &&, and b unfolded his flag a wounded had reached LO a to tell the form of initiation because it receiving s small a vote at a neighboring of the Democracy of the State.

,an active, industrious and cnterpri- revels-let every breeze from the North other column, inscribed with a tempting regiment of women h bnr and might criminate him and him to precinct to his own,will c.t idea that Resolved That our own delegation in tho

ring citizen; and society, an ornament and come freighted with their wild criesbutlet schedule. Read it. were to be sent out a nuns Hinishment Judge Bihop exp that it his fellow-citizens- not possessing Legislature will be expected to use all honorable >

t useful member. the South, calm and resolute,be true to that nd men took all the requisites of a good citizen or exertions to promote and secure the
Resolved, In token of our respect and JC3E": We have had the pleasure, of once GRAHAM'S MAGAZIHE For was a startling denin the further confidence of his CODstitntL return of the Hon.D.L.YVLXC to the Senate
itself and above all let State of No'embr
our own went oaths which they regarded above
high esteem of Brother William Dell, we. Mr. H. DCXLOF well has a fine engraving of the capture Maj. of the United States at the ensuing sea-
the members of this Lodge wear the usual Florida carry out the work she has so nobly more .1 those administered by the Courts. Another Generals his cmmunicatio i is ion of fhe General Assembly
citizens from his life and than
of containing mere
badge of mourning for thirty days and that begun, and stand a foremost champion ofequal known to many our Ad witness testified that he ha rich in quotations, but poor of After able addresses by Judge Livingston
the Jewels and furniture of this be connection with the survey of Tampa Har- one that become so familiar to the blong
Lodge andhasaconvenientmemoryin
rights in the Union, leaving the result the secret order, but left quotaton and B. M Pearson, Esq. during which
put in mourning for the same time. to that Power which protects the right. bor,and other localities. He h returned mblic. I has also.its usual quantity of witness still admitted that Thompson's Digest,p 74, sec. considerable enthusiasm war manifested by
Resolced That the members of this Lodge to Florida on professional business, and illustrations and literary mat a.notr U, in regard to challenging pnns a togirds he meeting,the motion that the resolutionsbe
4. feelingly sympathise with the parents of Since penning the above we have received the steamer Florida intert he belonged to the Know Nothing society, ; their qualifications He adopted,was unanimously carried. "

.or' departed Brother; that we feel and the proceedings of a meeting of the left ti. p by O tr. and that i exercises apolitical and, reli- voided that portion of sec. 9 that was applicable A motion that these proceedings be published -

.share,with them in their great bereavement Democracy of St. Johns, in which the election the 8th ( and Miopy. THE SOIL or THE SOVH..-. hold gone influence, D Roman Catholic being to himself and very muC'so t by the Democratic papers of Florida
t in the lees eta IOn a brother,and a friend. b his friend sent 't Cedar Crk, was was also carried whereupon the
of Mr. YCLEE to the U. S. Senate is JG3T The editors of Savannah Charleston patronised by Sou them agriculturist. idmitted although born. He meeting
Resolved, That a copy of the foregoing every Amerc vested with full power to challenge persons. adjourned.
be spread on the Minutes, and a blank page recommended, and the delegation from St. have, of late,had.reason to complainof The terms are but one dollar per year, could not tell the fOn Initiation because The law says: Any person who it himself C. M. COOPER, CAa'n.New .

.be inscribed to the memory of our Brother, Johns instructed to vote to him They a disarrangement of their"scissorial department who study it, and adopts its hints each it.would expose him t punishment.Mr. a' qualified .voter may challenge." Butt W.K.,Cots, ? .

and that a copy be sent to the parents of will be found also in this paper. owing t the discontinuance othe Dumber may prove worth more than the Elliot, who was to have made a B Gener only quote that part of'the
Brother William Dell also a copy to the upon tho inspectors at York Money Market.
transmission of mails over the South loon ascension at Richmond Va. lw
whole subscription.SOME was pur- *
Tallahassee and Jacksonville bspers for publication TEE "SOUTHERN SUIT" AND THE above name precinct,viz: And it shall The Journal of Commerce of Thursday
with a request that Chariestun and FLORIDA -& ., Crol Railroad. sued by a young man, to let bun g up a be> the duty of each inspector to challenge enDing says :

Savannah papers will please copy. The editor of the Southern Sun We congratulate tel.that by the temp BRIDGE. short distance. As soon,as the young m every person offering to vote whom he shall The market is unsettled and rates of interest

i A. M. CASTON, its readers that time since Wor"in the .arrangement th Charleston Post The crowning work of the most, important h red the of the rope;he cutIt knw or inspect not to_be.. duly qualified. at are quite irregular. Prime business
j some '
from the enterprise which engaged public voter: paper is scarce owing chiefly to the con-
: Will not be cut oft f a &
they and flight c
!, K-y Colombo wateris a safe stimulant midst of the political excitement," h indi attention in the Sot 'or"my' years-- was ofon Heu- !lithe who visited Cedar traction' in.all kinds of business, while second
.tor.appetite. Take four drachmsof rest of the editorial world s long as was a which wisdom and to.a great and a return ,
ted a few enquiries concerning the Forid was cl trio higt. efe Creek a trm and a qualified and third 'class signatures sell very
th* braised Colombo root,one drachmof Railroad, which, to his surprise, the Jacksonville portion of the Florida.Press during the past ism and which h triup by indomi- to terra firma ueiy. voter, possessed the right of challenging; slowly,and at high rates. The bankers are
': Utter orange peel and two drachms of able; and did he not it 7 not their course and thus
I News'attempted to make answer." season. '* .* eer' Va.,has been visited with a ter why exrcl By doing continuing stringent
. 1 fresh. Itqnonce root; add a quart of soft! diflti of the gravest, nature, Norlk 10 he suffers an imputation to rest upon his early all the borrowers are driven into Jho
water, ,and simmer u gently u possible I .I ap however, that this attempt of, have;received .communica II at last Over the Pee r8 tur ltn. For' more than an own qualifications, and he was not challenged. trcet. We stated over a month since our
}over a alow fire until half the bulk of the the ple a utter fur and the: r of the non-reception f1ttrsin Dee is happy compt ;to mod hour,;:says ,Herald, the roaring and conviction of the fact that, the pressure

water is evaporated;then strain the liquor I Ocala luminary still continues to roil on due time here: mailed 1 Gents- ern'Art=such an one 'seven-hilled city cashing of the thunder and the hfrid glare _It appears:.that there was no challenge would continue up to the time that cotton
filter it, add one-eixth of good pale brandy .a lever saw; and an oneif, baQded, hi the it flashed the during the poll, but an inquiry was made ''bill8-lhou1d become plenty, and we ace no
the mist in a state of The writer luc >f lightning through gloom
bottle it, and .take an hour before dinner, through die Tie Waton'etlF says 'City' of Palms, ,her ruins were,the b y a Democrat concerning the qualification reason to alter that .opinion. The cotton -
of this. mixture, a third of a wine-glass' I which livery distressing to the editor. b bJnt. letter which h abe crane; w be standing I con were. truly sublime and awfuL A Mn of a Mr. M. Bnrney_to yote after that perIOD .markets of: this country are Higher than

,filling up the glass with cold water. i He says that "If friend Cole will tell O been twenty.days e route from that' pl : berTlnclnn Kerby war sry injured b Jii. had voted and when ,both challenge the foreign and the planter being much

. ,Tn Printer's Lore.W I anything like a plausible -tr about the and that it frequently requires,.th a Over te Pe De'te b of'Art but The' Know Nothings' bn t and enquiry had become useless. :less pressed.,for money this ssason.:than
together thef'end. The law by tho in- the traders and capitalists the North
grasp the wu strictly regarded
: schemes of bur and weeks for lettersto h bcgining
love UM bloomta company, may
to sea *roM th b lu thDe.- bands of iron and the tide en' o TeT -ho knewor conclude whkh
whom sell
la aD.. bk Wt | in the 9th pectors, one voted they may not to .at a price
besuul died thinks' "this is
well the and .
I in as we make the : iave :
and h Wa bills
of flowing Some
e .' ir.lor e w tut OU fluids cUdoee dup u pl < ebbing trriblerup suspected of not being duly qualified, warrant immediate shipments
,Tbeci-oUooiaf'U-tbreut. to retract tt we havesaid. not a it should"be.," andu wh fault ear of commerce is rolling above her turgid coan. orNew.York. therefore there was Inc fraud practised. ban come forward fiorn New Orleans and

,* ." We do not at present feel disposed IsitT" waters, unmindful of"the dark and treacherous The. motion said to have been Where there is no dishonesty ,intended Mobile and the low rate of.frieght 'are
..'y'' ,. ,v.leve YeU lades to se to the oar cUp aka.r arrive tax our story-telling powers even for f beneath: v, prtu ,The NP Y.Journal of I there can be no fraud; and whoever charges favorable to continued exports* The'large

; 'TTo 1m to m O-T a alUwn thrive the t attainment of that great desideratum a JC3TA ,correspondent, from .Putnam wh we dp from the.Sum 1"After examina-: the inspectors of having committed fraud amounts expended by the governments of
call attenthn to error in Oma1't what is untrue. France and England for the maintenance of
JII+ ,Aod km to UM UM poor county our a o terville Black e alleges
retraction o what h been said by the tune of two weeks in the election e Wccm b It U. can safely say, hi: seriousness Depositions of the reported illegal voters the war so' far as they are distributed

l',. '. ,. V.lei.e..w.ct VUf-Btetom lift, Snap neither do we wh to establish ourselves a r s lyPtl O O'oj" Bt a that the.propelling.power lash. contained, of Cedar Creek precinct having been recently within the- limits of those' eri1
of that reported
1 10We.ten so ass a]fIP1 Jo1I wi&t the (the Florida Ball turns ,county: K JD L t .l r. P taken; two were found (by their: ,own not produce any disastrous commercial
., ., 1fJtUotI Gl c\dI aidbole Road a dpo than we would ..h'n. tr fifty-two::votes over,this wonderful N b of p a aaJut&c give sufficiently a testimony to be illepwhO,having voted stringency ,abroad; but if the'dispute ,is

v"t" mly, and Br one, bnndidand acid we cannot congratulations tive'otdiharystock' work.. many years most invariably for the whigs, much longer protracted,fthe resources of
"jl t.sae aD theca yetfbe abo eAU that,of, any other 'enterprise calculated to twentj4ires-the meno'of this being the tad. lolled all -suspicion on:the'part of the his country must be farther drawn upon

.'_ ''.one lhM, what ve ere sari.w priMer.' advance the interests'otoarStatesadcammtiaity t t present age' upon' t'completion. : 0 The Savannah Newt says ;thai, two ort Inspectors of their not being 1 legal voters shortening and limiting: credits, aDd by

'T>HATS ggncaunoa Pan* ;;__ : e' '- ,.tl..::,work art.. 'No o The, introducer of an evil is more culpable (brting upon us a larger stock of merchanise -
"** We believe the absence.of, the."editor. f+win! be', roused daya past,h brought a large m than he who innocently makes and cultivates than we should otherwise purchase

Mttr Qacxz.-Mix together half a lorn- Railroad t dt otFrd &s, tiCt >.,,was from 1.w n.'tnUr, caray to be of tatbeirbotpes"andalreuly iULacquaintance; thus with, the, The radical..di1Bcult1in the: way'of,.oar

bier full each'lukewarm milk, and tolcrUy t b I .pr. "pt which night termed over th tsrajaml3 the t the streets begin t wear their.wonted aswet Wbigparty)in'the"boTln.itance.. prosperity will?be. removed however. It
+ thick grueL::"This.makes a nutritive =that object the oonstroct f t' *styr4ik n of life*'and iniaaattoaroq.sickness'; has 'The.General appears; .surprised at Europe will take our cotton crop and pay a.
,*jand perfectly safe beverage for the sick,and J speedily as insteadof have b appropo af ib Hckering of fight-wood torchea, bat boron e' th**'large.:increase of gofers. at'precincts fair price for Jt.
, --w. b ntbe debilityJa. extreme, will sustain t political bobbles pb by the at l dayt:we.think : I b1 bank by the wfngef-steam, been knowa,fcstoong those who have whew'.majority was given against him- i Foreign: 'Exchange:very dull; no one
tihlPewers _tare -beD else r &bt ; ed.a ..' : r1.hbD. f to have any" money .Ylnvest. toforeignl4la.
nothing ttrt.: :corrMnondent however,witt? of, ftriag pieces bUt\rhtnt"th majority was appears
btie that the .
yb'gvtn.( i. .j Y'i as r. d r' P : The former-h attribute*ttf "fraud and U- ; Even the Bankers who have
:! Af' :' .4 gown Easter that rapidly as if the company a wteklyinanifetoofjhelrprogrwa ; ,caws our thanks I h attt w1 Aintar applied to a drngit voting's .the'Utter he does not N"Tbtyts to'provide,fottheir letter of credit;do not
mode* 1 U WM t seen this tell efts r&p-i ** ; t4 sbt cents wcrth of ; vs.lbsedi take hold eageri/> 'offJLonOon109*
.;. a quality that htghly adorns a woman .v V 3T by a'DU F ie4't'DI 1I! .a*** :1Iiid ; ,. rtfcuattan A What the Sun ie answer* .t tnatlfrft.+ .Taylor's. ilrsnd_ UM Noe'' i+ttiaA Ifee' gloryofAynie.'t : Jiawt 'seatfot 'I' was .** .* ,T0: .'1 066witfr good sifBrntoreSiMfJoir: ,M-
paUifid correct. con t pupae ;: '" ...' ', : .
b .f f'arie
f. i f :f t J > q" terslr 1* .envlQe at tfcBaiw and a .1.09. _
clusion. enquiries indited a 9! 1 ready f tbd'on'of.boarders. Dee.. ,, : ddotideb r l e d '"i ,:


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stIT.E ._F nonI -z& f. l1J .- ; fteOI4ttUen1f .1.rUa... .. T IST OP LITTERS RBMAIMIMOOctooer.1854. A San Renedy. &JacksonTille .- Jf;W HKYLIGHT-T -

L: MEIERR. of the deaeral Land L :I ar..1',Dm CC.*" ', .. '" Foundry
.Ji JULIUS late
CKioiriroold '
tRicjiSAATi3Ts res ., Tfyoi ar4 tronbtad with a Cold OonA
THE uI1y announce to taeettisetuof the United 1 .J' Ofice and Pension Offlre,"Waahmgton,4! C, .. ; .Bronchitis or any affeetioa of the- Lungs or agutfi\l !rgtTnzsa

State and the Canada that for the purpose ofcultivating win attend promptly all claims under the non. A.o1' Wm. itAndrew Threat Tim are advised to task trial of TABLETC i
da Armed Occupation Act of 1942 sad 1848.. Per Thoma Lo dultMr; .Fraad* 3 ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT MACHINE I WORKS.
n the mvbnigned, P. L. Viiuncr SertrtsrvofPtste a bite for the fine art throughout the on* who were Mttler aador the Said Act of 1842, Andrews. W. j IIMorrb.MlM.Enea which i is what it be Subierlbm having'madextenHro and \ep""" J&f .., -
to ,
really "good
aad with view proftwe ,
v "nd c. n. AcTrnr Treasurer country a enabling every familyto Tn. ,_ ''t.I vicinity aat'IGI.
and having complied with the thereof : Andrew, G.W, .. ,
become possessed of a gallery of Engravings, requirements : medicine. if it were not suck, It wookl not hare larprovemoate to their:etaVBa .ee SnNW ''
,of the SteM of Florida haying net at thefrjevefthe ;hare not received the PATENTS for their land* 1 Andrew, W.S.. McTrrm Doet R. JL 11 received the decided and warm apNnI of sosae of meet are now prepared tofuiubh-. ,. "' :: ", .

Secretory of Bute to canvas* th* return BY TUfi FIRST ARTISTS OF THS AGE ean bar them obtained attended to by the sub B ,McDermott James. the most celebrated Intelligent and high-minded Steam engines of any required power,from SKrUOIIT, ALmY, .. 1-,, ,!

*W the eleataou, bold ea Hornby the 2nd day They hate determined in order to create aa xtonrive eriber. Also claims prosoeatod for PENSIONS, EathstaAatmle McKay o.W. physician hi the country,'.who hare bee mad I 100 .; P.PsyLb5tseM.eecSI4hOrWu1IP&JL-

I ftf October ultimo for MM Repreeotative to.the ale for their Engravings aad Ibm not en BOUNTY LAND, SCRIPT,BACK PAY,&**, Bet!.n, Mrs. Mary Martin 1L Co acquaint with the fief,. which.It b eompBuuibd Saw Mills; em. 1.. ,t

Cunrre** tb* raiLed State*, AM Register oflnUie ly <'. mploJlll8& to a Urge number oTArtbto OB the treasonable terms. '- Bunch, Charles Karn7.CpLCLad.JlraswIl.31.J.2 .',. ,and who say that "It will offset more ..gusar 31111s: WhuTebeInIWep.re4.IeinhepietsV'5b' a****** *
Land*.State Seaator from the 1st, 4th 6th, and ether but M Wl.,, Barley B. '
*, inspire our countrymen
among i znTrnzzncrsDo. fwd than any of the namerons preparations'with Hart* Powtrsj aer not surpassed by has.fadudasig-Vi-'.2
100* nth lith,13th HtJ6tbu.J19tb&.ator. taste for work of art to to the Brown J. A. :.llcOovert, TkMBOSMaIleu.Jol J-B
present purchasers ..Lswu which the ematry b innndtsL' >-. A. array of Grist Mills hovinfaiplee-thibli a
US.SCDMer.; fa vphie.eome,
vt the .T th. Rnwtral oftb ; pease mc
Mid QS..ta .
IU IXrtricUs of their when 2X OOO of which BalnZdeaM .aVMwr
engravings, are sold, 0 .IUD '.4 rostimony,inch a*ran be bows in fvoreSlabinv'. and all ether ud ia this h '
of from the of Tallaha- Coora. machinery eountry.Iroa Nee& room for kuttut fitted rp *a.1 1
Seat Government city BalUwtMrs.Juai imer Charle F. .
i 2 O.OOO Gifts, of the actual cost of II Jout WJLI1O", Coinm'r'Gen'l Land Offieo.AUnst 'll Anodyne Cherry Kxpactorait, and STABLaR'SDIARRHOEA aad Brass Castings.t .. tootoful rtyte.besides his largo fin SkySghl...
do a eorrectmavMtof mend JohnBarTonRobtAi AUxaador
Me, berbyeetifytbMtbefolkwingi the return of said election .IUd. by 912O.OOO. Pott f aid,. ,- |: 'Moor',..J. W. CORDIAL. meld never be' prtd. I lT Steamboat, Saw.Min sad other repalrtnj-. hUng him to take pictures is croups** -.r.-'
Each erof a One Dollar Engraving there JULIUS E. MEIERK cod unless they were t'rilly" medi- at abort aotieo. eisa .. cloudy weather- lie feels coafiafftof *. I
tbJodrs*of Probate to the offije of the Secretary pnrvha BIshop'W.S. U.S.No Moore. .luZta W.Batebelder 1 ,
18 eines.M Therefore. adn e make trial of gAn IMehbreq ,n ase4 from ns riI be mtbfartioa who favor aim wltlta >-
of State vii f<. .receive not only aa engraving richly worth oct -6m WaAingto. D. C. C.pL S.3 MeGowan, Charles = pur giving to nil Buy .
The whole number of Tote given fir the office the money, but also a ticket which tmtitte-him to Boston. John Mainder. James W. them with uenfiikmaSee i e pMapIet. put la.eperaUoa to say put' the. State ..yCI08IIpetaa& D.-II talM far past threes aadaop
In the Circuit Court of to bo bad of the agents. Price e/ each only 50 machinists when desired and of tMaamsu, .TlB .WBJH,. .
of Representative to the Congress of the United I one of the Gifts when they are distributed. the Eastern Circuit mo.o, Thomas Morgan,Martin ,' span to receive continuance. ** ,
cents bottle croix bottle for S25&Addres reasonable term. bmtod** '
tea thmuuid two hundred For five dollars a highly finished Engraving Florida. per : do sot want pictaros aro'tespsetfuOy,
States WM (,) BrewerS.O. ..Martin KIWIaBCarteeKenasIfl
aad eight;of these Augustus K Maxwell rewired beautifully painted In Oil,and FIVEGIFT TICK. ..InBdJeUf& "C' 5: > to,' E.STABLER A COL, .. Drawing sail Estimates fambmed without i ean aad examing ab rooms wi.S.l; t 5

five thousand six hundred and thirty-eight((5,6J3) 'r ET, will be sent| or fire dollars worth of splendid MSKTIXEB H. Ousoow, Complainant,') Bill for orphan ofNoblcs, WP.- : :: .. BalUmorU.D.AOCTT enarge. MOONEY A OOOKIN, I JwlI8-tl .

an.1 Thomas Bruwn rec-eirel fuur thoiuand irebundred I Eaguving CM be selected from the Catalogue VinusiA GOOMX;Dif uliual: { Dirorrel ... D. 0. ".., Jail 8-tt yoander cad Machinist I II I "
Dr.ILBaeoB.St.Maryt.Ga.Thomas .
sad sixty-four ((4,564, and six (6)) Mattering -: and i eut by return mail or expre I II BILL of complainant being filed in this ease, Clinton a M. OdomWG.Oguire Apo"thrJS
rote were gu en.The I A copy of the catalogue together with a sped- I II it appearing to the satisfaction of the Coward Anprew, M. Jacksonville' TimWet. t FLORIDA moB WO3XS,: m I dftJI* "

.whole namtar vf votes given C..r the office I men of one vf the Engraving, can bo seen at theu.e Court that the said defendant resides without the Coward Andrew W. 2 OUreros Jobs B ort 7 No. 171 East Sbeffcssie Bay Chanlostue&C.t, Palatka. Fl*. Q K. W. BIGGS 4 Co, it Tea Depository: .f; ". '

of Register(Public Land wa, five thousand une of this pa er. Stale of Florida. Cordin, Stephen H- OberUnder, Christ JorJ-svariffe Pfa I I

hundred and twenty (3,20;) of these David S. For cede DiUUr sent, an Enerarin actually On motion of George W.Call Solicitor for Complainant Carter,,Joseph Osteen RichardVurnanTbooias '-alaable" Sea Island Cotton and now prepared to execute prontptlp order Removed to the Sew 8tor te.'flelme' LD..cI.ID

Walker receive five IbouAin one hundred and vorttt tint turn, and a Gift Ticict, will iwimtdiately it bOrdered P _e' Corn Land for Hale. S ma ABE.Steam Engine*, Saw Mill*,.Sugar MUb opposite Dr. Baldwin's ... .. .-.

thirteen ((3,113,) aol seven (i scattering rote That a hearing of the facts charged inlaid Clark Capt Parker, John 8. and Tans, Grist Mills, Hone Power, Iron aDd Once JscktoaTllle. '
were gi'en.The beful'lra"Jcd.GEXTS: Bill of Complaint be had at a term of this Coulton, Enger, Pelle: ;Ob 2 1 TOUR? ,miles above the, Bar of St John' river Brass Casting aad every variety of Machinery. "'THZRE b kepteoMtoatly snhandalarjs. aa4*.a

whole number of rotes given for the office The Committee believing that the of this Court, to be holden Jacksonville, in the county ChamblcM Fred.2 Parker, 0.II. immediately located on the river The tract Casting Forging and Blacksmith Work Saw Mill, cv win ekdecI a.ortIDeIaI" r 44
of Senator of the First Senatorial Dutrkt, was cnreeM of Duvat on the first Monday of February next D Perkins, Capt John W. embraces seven hundred and fifty acres fire .. Steamboat and other repairing.

throe hundred and fifty-three ((353;) of the.-e, Den.j Great National the Undertaking and be materially promoted and that mid Defendant do spree and plead answer Dapont, Mr*. Jane V. Parish, Hiram deed ol it,01' nearly so, Ant rate hammock Und Thay will continue the maaalartore and keep DSITGS LID NUTAL .
received by energy enterprise of intelligent or demur to said Bill of before and in its original state, with the exception of Always received by the latest arrivals vamatoJ
imin hundred
IX-Wright one and fifteen Complaint on or Dsnbar, Capt C. Wm. B. constantly on hand their variety of Plows Timber '
(113)) .\. W. Nich:>bon received one hundred and an with I persevering such on the Agents most liberal, have tern resolved to treat said day, or decree win thereupon pas in the Drew, Levi 3 Pomerey A. C. about tho eighty acre cleared and well adopted for a Carts Chain, *c, to which they respectfully bv fresh aad genuin Also, .

seventy-seven ((17?,)and D. E. llall received rixtr. become same manner if the said Defendant has appear. Donning,Mr.Msrgret Pomeroy, D. R, 5 crop ensuing season. Steamer necessarily rite patronage._July SlyBY Perfumery Combs -
one (61) Any pcrran wishing to an Agent by ed and was present in Court. Drew, ComeGou Homer, Mr. pam within fifty yard of the place, in ascending Lamps Burning Field, 4 "
The whole number of sending (post paid,) $1, will receive by return of It further Ordered; That a of the the river.' On the premise there b a very superior ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. .
rotes Mb
given r..theollice ofSenator One Dollar Engraving a"G IFT TICKET" cory BowlIng, Mr*. ArdeUa Pata, wWch wiD be I1IW Jew r. 7->.
mail a three- mansion house
for the Fourth Senatorial District above Order be published ia some public Mb Rachel tary ,with a basement of HYDRMAQEU .: *
WM newspaper Bowling, John Price THE Country orderi solicIted and puactuany
and all other 1
a Fr&tpcctiu a Catalogue necessary nine feel. Location
seven hundred and eL t.tleyea (7S7 ;) of these, information. published in the State for the space of three Do..lia"V'. Pigg Travis 2 H.aJthV.tet. and alt other on to. Phvsidsai'preseriytiaa put uy witkaure.aad ;
natural not to be
.luha T. received four hundred month before the claY appointed for said hearing. Duk W R advantage snrpamed. Title .
Myrick and ten **, G. \V'VTATERPOOF ANTI4XXSUMTINS) cI
On the final of the sale, the Gifts will good and term .
emplet accommodating. Apply to TBS-
(410,) and John Milton three hundred and MTM. A. FORWARD Drake Edwin Reed AronRntberford ; 'n
(fl7.) be placed in a COXXITTCE of the rcaCHASIM Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eastern DixckMm Nicklcs Samuel 2Dewess DOe Pinckney, i Co, Charleston S. C., A.T. Bra- O-ork Solos.IIARCOUKT TXAS.
ty-seven to be due notice of which the'Cftw York Pekhi Tea .
KisTBiatTTED, ham Palatka for CMnpaajr.Tea
Cap steamer Carolina Agent
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The whole number of rote given fur the office oct Circuit of Florida. Mbs Dawby Rosenblatt Jt Brother 3Rahn jor .ASt'J'ACft'UD aT '
given throughout the United States to the-owner on the of direct importation sad cUd varieties frjsm
li b pipe. BRADLEY
of Senator fur the Sixth Senatorial Dutrict was a F William 4SCO.
Young Lady's Ins aB w.romtedM.
Seminary. l.4toilb.
B. HOPKINS.Hayport package
a ,
two hundred and fifty ((250;) of thee T. J. Eppe. t Ca LIST OF GIFTS.lOOMarblebustofWashingttnas Fain, Mrs. E. A. Rodger, Capt.John L. Mill P.O. 44 Market-St Manchester. extremely. '-b.CoantryDelerssppUedb7IIdt.
received rpe hundred and sixty 160,) and S. w.Spencer French. Mrs Roberts. Bore Principal Warehouse 102 Wood-Strut, C\tap- -- ?
m-ei ted ninety (90)) $100 10,000 Jffii Foroter, Capt. Lewis Richardson,James SU John' Bluff E. September 23, .- .ids London, England. Amtnean Edabliat- [ '

The wbule number of\otes given fur the office of 10" Clay. . 10 10,000 Fereira Francisco Rolip Frank _. 33 Ann-Strut A- 102 JfamutStrttt.York. .. Nev leg accompanied with CnluGARDEN ._
. MISSES KERWICK,from Serannah re- Give them Trial. :U. S FLOWER SEEDS. PLANTS**,
Senator for the Tenth Senatorial District, was three 10" IT'ebtr. 10 10,0 THE Frohock, Milton 2 Rowoll Martha 't
I hundred and fifty- ix (J5G;)of these, Daniel Bird 10" 10 100 inform the inhabitants of Jaekononvill French, Sheppard S Mercenary person have in so many Instances THE Hydronsagen 1 a valuable discovery for also always k. 4... I .

See, revive.I three hundred and fifty-sis (156 5ele t Oi rainti splendid ) tnnw, and iU vicinity, that they intend opening a Tuna John Santo, Mr Lydia succeeded in foisting upon the community worthless the feet from damp or cold, aad Jtll8tl'Y T. McMUJUT.

Tbe"b'le number of vote given fur the office ft lfre J SCHOOL on the 1st September, for the instruction Fobom S. M.2 Smith Henry preparations, claiming for them great medical therefore a preventative of many Lung diseases

of Senator fur the Eleventh Senatorial District, was 100 elegant IOi PaiDtg, 5 5,0 YOUNG LADIES in all the branches of SB Fnrsom, L.M. Swdrick WillSnunnertin virtues, that a great many Individual refuse to rMout any doctoring:/ The Uydromagenin C1.b.eap StrO .. 4

*even huaired and fifty-f.iur ((754;) of these W A. 500 steel plate 1 English Education. G John take any thing not untuned by a phiysieian. the form of a sole,and worn inside the boot or hENRY K. W. CLARK, '.
.ft.oein.1 three hundred and eighty-three ly colored in o rich gilt frames > 10 5,0 Terms, from *1 00 to 88 00 per Quarter. Ornamental GreeD, C. W.GallThouia. Saws Sail : This sanction has been bestowed upon STADLER'S I shoe. Its medicated character is a powerful anti Bay Strut. I

(33J.) and 0. M Leo rcveued three hundred and 24x30 in. ) branches extra. Snell, John W. 3 : ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT and dote to disease. Snb.cnibevhaseeeelvedakrg MIl eJ.ut' 1

*eventy-oneJ71)( ) 10,000 elcgint steel plate Engraring 1 l;fT Young ladies from the country pnpili)can Gomring John Shrund, Capt J. P. 3 DIORR1I CORDIAL il\JDOre than five bun- I For Gentlemen will be found agreeable warn THE & l GOODS, of difenut kinds ne-

The whole number of rotes given for the office *, col'd in oil, of the W 6. V 4 40,0 be accommodated with board,at the house formerly ; Going Manna Steven, James trod instance Indeed many medical men who and healthy,to wear ia the coldest rainiest weather u.-I by hinueU; and particularly adapted to the

(f Senator fur the Twelfth Senatorial District was inrtonMonument,20x26in ea. ) I occupied by Mr. Crespo. Grimtbs George Scton,Oeo.S. know their virtue regularly prescribe the Expectorant SM'be foot cannot become wet if the 1droa1acn wants of this section of 1M comatry ,ll. mepe1 .

two hundred auj forty-five((245;) of these, Henry 27Olleel) pL engravings, from 1 Ganignc, W. J. Smith, Andrew in eases of Coughs Colds and diseases of b inserted. Ladies may wear the lightest soled fully invites a can front ate U matinees.a the

J Stewart received one hundred and twenty-four plates now i pos- Garden Seeds. Gary, Levi Smith, Oapt. DavidGoodwin the respiratory organs which come aDder their boot or shoes in the most inclement weather with lie generally. Ilk stock consists, ka par aC *
(124) and Willuoi J. Duncan received one bun- pension wf and owned by the } 41,0 II JUST RECEIVED an assortment of Garden H. Stewart John D. car*. And in all disease of the bowels, too, such impunity; while Consumption so prevalent among GROCDU

I lred and twenty one ((121.) Artuts' Union, of the market J Seeds and Onion Sett, crop of 1854. ALto II Smith, IL IL an Diarhea Cordial b prescribed by them with the the young of our eountry. nay be thwarted by STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, .

f The whole bam'er..r \otes g'ven: for the office value orrm 50 cents to SI ea. Qninine of the very best quality, the brand of Pel Ulster, Miss Susan Scott, W. W. utmost confidence in Its beneficial effect. Give their general adoption. They entirely supersede IE3.ILRDWARKCUTLKRTTTOODA5DCROCKERY A1I1JSnOES.HATSA.DCApsI'.L >

,t of Senator for the thirteen Senatorial Dutrict, was Ilnt- I. ,i 31st st.S.l : letier Delandre, Paris, at Hall. James Stocinn, Miss Sally hece excellent medicine a triaL See descriptive ocer-hoct a* the Utter cause the feet to perspire WARE, BOOTS CT -

eight bun lre l and thirty-seven (&7;) of these, York City 120 I APOTHECARY HALL Iiniiard Mian M. P. Sinclair,Copt. D. pamphlet to be had gratis of the agents. Price in a very unhealthy manner; and betide are not *._
I William II Cone rcceivad four hundred and thirt,. 22 Building Lots in 100 and 101st sts, 1 oct 23-3t Jacksonville Florida. Bowel Capt Cchofteld, JohnSumnell only 50 cents for each or fix bottle for 42,50. dangerous wear to pedestiians in icy..atlMr.lib ARTICLES MUSICAL ISSTBCMZSTS;

( three (Ul,) and A J. "Wright received four hundred N.Y. Cityeach23xl00fLdeep, >1,02,0 Harrison Aa John India rubber. While the latter cause the feet to PERFUMERY. '

>nd four (.a.l ) .t ) JUST RECEIVED an extensive and well select- Barns, W. S. Smith Wm. T. New Store New Goods appear extremely Urge the lIdromarebea, An of the above Goods will be aoa.r- M-r. '

I The whole number of rotes given for the office of 10 Villa Site, containing each 10-1 U ed assortment of Cheiniclesand Medicines also Harvey, Joe Smith, BenjaminBarrington Subscriber having just returned from the a mere thin like of cork prepared peculiarly placed terms as at any btns m this dty.

Senator Or the Fourteenth Senatorial Dutrict 000 sq. ft. in the suburbs of N. I IY perfumery and fancy articles, atAPOTHECARY ElixhaHigginbothora Smith, John G. THE is now prepared to furnIsh the Citi- inside doe not increase the site of the boat or July22 H E..Jr. ,

WM seven hundred and eighty-six (736;)of these .City.andcommandingamag50050,000 HALL ,D. H.Hardb Snowball, J. C. Penn of Jacksonville and the lonrronndteg Countrywith cause the foot to appear aatid,. To Children they .
Edward Hopkins received three hundred andninetyecren fcificent view of the Hudson Rir- I oct 29-3t Jacksonville Florida. Doct [FannieSalbu G. IL the largest and best assortment of are extremely valuable a* they may engage in TBOS I. HEVBUCXa. sexes a.CSZM.

i ((397,) and Felix Livingston received. er and Long Island"Ja" at J HonderAin Clarion andSmith D.Ilaryal Clothing Furnishing Good*, Hate Cap, Umbrellas exercise with comfort and healthy effect Their To Planters and I meTmiea .:,

three! hundred and eighty-nine (389.) 2 perpetual loans of each, without ) Singing School. !, A. J. Shannon, Samuel Walking Stick, Carpet Bags expense b so slight as to scarce need mention; besides TIlE undersigned having formed aeopartoantlpJL '

The whole number of votes given for the office I! interest, or security, of $250 > 5,0 TIlE undersigned would inform the ladies of Henderson CaptHannor : T Boots Shoes Gaiters Ac. .. those who patronise them will find their ytary for 1M purpose of traaaaetinga H,,s"

of Senator fur the Sixteenth Senatorial Dutrict was nb 3 that he is now prepared to teach E. IL Tboiup.onSlissstnnlaneIlent ever brought into'East Florida, which he will en- / doctor'f Ull muck diminithtd thereby. General Merchant Business at ,.

one hundred and twenty-nine((129;)of these, E. D.I 50 10" 6,000 singing. All thane who are desirous of becoming pupils BassioUvHall Taut Thorn da vor to sell so cheap, that ihetigktat Skin Flint A*the Hydromagen b becoming more known Its 3IA( OLU Eo Fey i
received 100 5" 5,000 will please notice Wednesday next Wm. Thompson, Alfred cannot unsatisfied.PTerms.CASlX ale b increasing to an almost incredible extent J'
Tracy seventy-eight (78) and John II. give me by go away would respoetfmU call the attention allwh *v
Haddock received fifty-one (1)) I 250 2" 5.0 18th hut. .T Trciiper.C. t- ON DELIVERY. Last year in London Manchester, Birmingham desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their largVfc. *!
Tb. whole number of rotes given for the office 2,000 10,0 Term* Twenty-two lemons 83. Johnson .. E. Tiuimnn, Thimothy .1. L.RIPLEY. Liverpool Glasgow Leeds Dublin,Paris,Antwerp waIl selected Stock eonmtlngln part of **

lie Senator for the Nineteenth Senitorial DutrictWA. Reference in regard to the Real Estate, oct 14-tf A. A. OCHUS.Wanted. Johnson K. A. Thompson James W. 2 Bay Street 2 door east of Dishes A Canova. Hamburgh, and Barb our sale reached 1,732- Dry.Goods Groceries Qvecnsware *..i

two hundred and thirt,- eien ((237;) of these VISSCHEB i.C.Real Etat Brokers New York. Johne, John Thomas, James E, Oct. 7-3t 450 pair of cork Sole, This year the number Hats Caps, Grockery aad GUsswa*<. t'
enclosed to be ad wlli far th tAsk .
James Filur received one hundred and fifty-eight Ore(poet paid) money Jacques Mrs. Elisabeth Tbon, Miss Hannah surpass Boots aad Shoes Drugs Medwian,

(158.filliam W.Mi-Call received fifty-eight((58) dr GOOD SALESMAN and Book-keeper, want K Thomas Joseph FROST. & BOULTER, the Faculty their opinion of their value ana Iron Nails, Paint Otis *
William Saunders received eighteen (18,) and Sec'y, a situation in a Dry Good ull Applyat Knight, M. A. W General Commission Merchants I preventative Coin EBOSCHITU Hardware and Cutlery Window GJboa. *
505 N. Y. and COKSCHFTIOS.
three (3)) blank rotes were given. Broadway, Florida News office. oct7-tf Kennedy,James Wells, Charles ascent, Particular attention paid to the Provision BasVnoas.
The bole number of ttT The En in the Catalogue are now I L Wilson Andrew 101 State Street Max's SIZE, pro pair, 35 CESTS.LABIES' .
rotes given on the Question liDg ,Boston J/lU6. Hay, Bora Mew Pork Finer Dices, Fib,,
of the Removal of ready for ( mths.) Lull, W. K.2"eakfall Mrs. Julie do. do 30 do.
the delvery.
Seat of Government hand
Administrators Notice. strict MoUases, Sugar,eonrtantly ialarsifvaatitie
I Merian pay and prompt attention to sale Bon. it MISSES' do 25 do.
Limes, James 2 Wet, WILL
from of TallahiHee.
city was nine thousand .
1 State of indebted to the Estate of Mi Kli- LUMBER, TIMBER, 'COTTON and NOTICE. From the Retail Price make ,
Florida persons ** Leroy, Mary .. M. ZLeinhens we
four hundred and twenty-two((9,422;)of these four ALL other Southern Produce Produce of an kinds piIreiia.eLAU ; : ".
Dean late of Jacksonville Duval liberal allowance to Jobber and Wholesalers
Capt. G. IL ZyLtraw, Edward very
thousand four hundred ,
and two ((4,402;) were given oct 7-tt are invited call befcra aoaSfloj pmreaaMrebewhere.
for Removal and five thousand and county, Fbv deceased are hereby requested to Persons wishing any of the above letter will BB.BOfLTER. so that any storekeeper may make a fine prolt on "".'.
(5,020)) were given for No Rem, L make immediate payment to the undersigned; and please say they are advertised or they may notget Notice to Mariners. their sale, while they are an article they may be N. B.-A hangS asportment of Negro Goodrac&
? I DAY OF all person having demands *gain t said estate are kept in tore, among any'cla*of good '
In testimony whereof we have hereto set ourofficial PROCLAMATION FOR A them. WILLIAM QROTHB. P M. any as Kerseys, Blankets, Jte. .
required to present them. duly swum, within the NEEDLES CIUXKEL ft EXTKANCE TO PORTS- For terms apply toIIARCOCRT.
signatures. Done at the Capitol in the THANKSGIVING &-tf HENDRICKS A CUES3LNotlee.
PR.\SE time law otherwise this notice BRADLEY CO.. July
required by ; will J Mcllobert Baker Morrn.PeaeocVt .
City Tallahassee, thuseeend Jay of November .
Br JAMES E. Ann .
Daou; be plead in bar. H. IL 1IOEO. < 38 Street New-Yerk. 4'
A. D. ISSt.F.. Governor of said State.WHEREAS oct 1 l-6m Administrator.Dr. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN Refitge Btto'y-Beacpnt. a '
L. VILLEPIGI7E OrrictAt information ha been this T'HE CO-PARTNERSHIP,under tike less ci'I
it is individuals and received at
Secretary of State.C. acknowledge their dependence Nardln'a Diarrhoea Cordial. Office that the Red S. W. Buoy of the Shingle on z. TCNNO PICJCiXY *CO. isthioday.
IL AUSTIN, and to return t thanks ALMIGHTYGOD AND the western side of the Noeddles Chanel and the SIR ASTLEY COOPER BART. )M.D. red. The settlement of it* affairs by aurtosj

: "\. 11-It Treasurer. Dp manifold mercies t And rj TIS Cordial b an unfailing remedy for DiarJL Commissioner for the Atlantic and Gulf Black Buoy on the southern extremity of the Spit the eminent Medical Practitioner, ha left a agreement devolve on WILLIAM nx ,'

whereas, A large number of a Stt bleinX Union rhino in all its stages, and will restore the State Sand off Sootfe-sea Cattle,at the entrance to Portsmouth valuable legacy to the world in his to whom aU persons having d manil. or being to*

. HEW AND CHOICE GROCERIES. hare, by custom the fourth system to health when all other means fail suitable 5-1 Harbor bare been removed, and that their Great Preventatlve of Consumption Jetted are referred. -,
and&g ape for the wont eases in children a*well as adult aug- WILLIAM TUNXOu i
uackreigned have just received an Thk. places are now occupied by Peacock'.lteuge Bnoybsacona. Alf
THE Tana'ofXovmber. To be had
at Apothecary HAll Jacksonville,
new Stock of PROVISIONS ri"iK, oble a E. F. Oct.3t McQueen Mclntcsh.
iformity throughout the United These Eu.which, are constructed of DISEASES CbarloatouAugst3ld,1354.
any comjtfising Now, therefore, I, JUE E. BROOME, Gnm ATTORNEY AT LAW, iron are rendered very conspicuous by their large vilhout the Medicine. Sept 21 t
following articles: of the Stato of }'Iurida do by this, my pro Hair Tonic. Jacksonville E. F. .ie. upright position, and conical framework.The .- use of
Ham of HAIR TONIC of the frame-work is terminated Sir.\. C-, Dart invented and advised the use The Sabserlber.Continoes ,
Beans. Coffee elm net apart the 2 day linr.IIIS supersedes anything the upper part
Bacon Side*, Com Starch blue 4 white proximo, .a day 0 Tb T kind now in use, for preventing the Hair W- B. M. Pearson by a triangular glass reflector, which in the Beacon of the the boniness heretofore carried m .,
Shoulders Flour, Soap, giving, and da most respectfully request C. out, and iDriguratia .tb. capillary vII on the Shingles U 20 feet and in that of the MEDICATED FUR CJfESTPROTECTOR dir the name of TUNNO PINCKNEY X CO,
M_ Pork Meal, Pepper, gy of the various religions denominations to open and clearing the skin frum dandiff. Prepared only ATTORNEY AT LAW.. Spit-sand 14 feet above the water. TO all persons of all age and comBInes a* a and tenders to his friends the renewal of ah ser-
FaltonMarLetFloar Jacksonville Fla. Then fa a deck round these certain and a safe shield against consumption WILLIAM M. TU35O>, p
Latter Spices, their respective houses of and deliver addresses by. T. MCMILLAN. lip or platform vices. ;
Cheeej Ginger, suited to e Ilm.orobip an occasion Oct. 14-3t Apothecary Hall Jacksonville, E. F buoys, with a seat and nil about two feet aborw Bronchitis Asthma. Cough, Cold and other afflictions Septl 23 ,. .
Irish Potatoes Lard Felix Livingston the surface of the water. of tile Lswl arise from the exposed
Nutmeg, ; and I respectfully request the Good Citicens -
state of the chest fmkion and the
IMot Dread Onions Cloves of this Stat to abstain from thei araol .avocation Notice. ATTOEHEY&COT7HCELLOB AT LAW, POSITIONS. continual change of our climate. CARD. .. .

Sugar Crackers Grits, Cinainan *, sad engg i it TilE HON. FELIX LIVINGSTON brayan Jacksonville, E. l\ Th S. W. Buoy-beacon of the Shingle lie in "The Protector" limply chemically prepared I WOULD take thai method of informing ary

Butter M Teas, Toilet Soap, I I hare hereunto set my agent during my absence from the "ITTILL attend to any professional business en- 6 3-4 fathoms water, one mil west of the tail of fur, lined with silk and padded .which upended friend and customers and public geaexaDy.lhat
Wat.r" ... B. H. PEARSON.
Sugar, Confectionary.Mackerel had ..ndcausedtobeal5xodths greatL. Buly2Xf] VV, trusted to him in the Courts of the Eastern the Shoal; its marks being the Red Beacon on from the neck cover the chest in *o agreeable a sincr the great fire ia Jacksonville Iharara-ac
Soda [ .S.] seal }f the State of Florida, at the Capitol Hurst Point ia with the lJ ht-botie E. it becomes tabluhed in the new bofidms opposite the nsi-
Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road Circuit and of the Supreme Courts of TallahasseeHe one High manner that,once worn. a necessity and,
FRUITS. in the of Tallahassee this 19th deuce at Dr.Baldwin where I have 1M
city has ato such an advantageous connection withan N. E, and the Middle Needle Rock In one with a comfort.
GREEN AXD day of October, A D, Company. the Needles Light-bouse S. E. 1-4 E. but Apothecary Hall with aa entire new stack .
DRIED. IS. is hereby given that an application will able Lawyer Washington City,a* will ensure by 'The Protector although recently introduced
Apples Oranges, Bananas ', Nuts of all E. BRoE NOTICE at the next session of the General a prompt and speedy collection of such claims RI .The Buoy-beacon on the extremity of the Spit into America b making rapid progreat through Drug and Medicines, Chemies Peifaawry ..raa'ey

kinds 4e, ,Ac Governor o F Assembly of the State of Florida for an amendment may be placed in hb hand against the Unitex Sand i is moored in 22 feet water, (but there is no the United States, the Canada, South America Article, Comb, Brush, Candies Garden and
By the Governor, ; channel between it and the From this Bea. Flower seeds Darning. Fluid Laapweeka and uI
WINES ASh Att of the Charter of the above named State July Spit) and the West Indies. It ha for a long time
Paint and Window Glass
Vzu.ariora.Secrelary Lamps Oils PwUJ.k
the inner Swatchwar mark been ,
con or eastern appear a staple article in England and on the continent
an kinds Segan Porter and Ale choice brands. ny. July 29-3m Phillip Fraser. Soda Water and Mineral Water,ooot aad spark-
half-way between St Paul' Chapel J. and the west of Europe while it has crown in many countries I
The undersigned intend to keep a full supply al-! o Administrator's Notice. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. end of the Urge Chalk Pit, bearing N. by E. 14R to t bo p
way w bind and Cur that purpose are receiving PROCLAKATIOl. MONTHS from date hereof I will apply to Jacksonville Fla- aad the Dock Mill lies in one with Portedown To demonstrate these fact enquire of any English .. _

fresh guwU trow Charier by steamers seuii-week- rpUURSDAY, 2 instant, SIX Judge of Probate of Alachua county, E. 't1'TILL attend to any professional business en- Semaphore, N. E. 1-2 E. resident in your vicinity of his knowledge of Physicians can hare their prescription(pmt sp

J,. The patronage of the public U rexpeetfallvsulicited ben .etpar by His Excellency the }'la., for a final discharge from the further admin- \T tru.tedtohimintbeCountnofth.EasternCircuit Byorderoftbel.ight-hionseBoard: the beneficial effect of wearing the Protector with care night and day. _

at the kUni'lately occupied by Moms Governor of Stae Floda as a day of Pub btratkin of the Fatal of Thoma W. Plies deced. and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee.He .- THORNTON A. JENKINS, Sec'y.Tas.tsrae WITHOUT aEcocRss TO DoCToauoof any kind. The jaly8-tP mas. MC3ULLAX. .

Kiel tic Thanksgiving and Pril; WTurea, T BAWL B PYLES, ha also such an advantageous connection wit cPAanlKn, cost of wearing these articles b a mere trifle and .
I10Y II-tt JOBS- -WOODWARD,- A CAXXOS. citizens of the Town Jacksonville hare more August 26,1SS4. (sepm) Administrator. aa able Lawyer at Washington City aa will ensure OJUx LJthl.llo-lJixnTl Sept. 5 .. one will last some years. No one who value the CHARLES DiWALtX I
---- cause for being grateful to ALMIGHTYbOD health of himself or hb family will be without I
HOARDING hOUSE ordinary a prompt and speedy collection of such claim as i is hereby given that six week after "D'OrX01\l I.zI41iLt_ C
for sparing them from the of that Administrator Notice. NOTICE them. The Hospitals in this country are not atone
VLOR'S ravages be placed in hb hand against the Unite .
Boarding House is may the office .
in Washington
MMRS again dreaded but month after date I will apply to proper but Jacksonville.. ... : :
: the reception vf Invalids who scourge which has recently e.Im a SIX present my account State. Jnly-8 recommending them rapidly introducing them. ,
may over of our neighboring voucher to the Hon. A. N. Carton Judge City D. C, for the renewal of my Bounty Uarcourt Bradly JkCoef London and Manchester in any part of the.c.en1.-atlaiied. tea
trek a Winter h-jme in Florida. 1 many cito. SALES
a of Probate hi and for Alachua J. B. CoPier Land Warrant No. 39,696 for (90) eighty Acre IllD. *'
Ja'ke cile : towns O the Atlantic coast: County and auk to England were originally entrusted with themanufacture respectfully
<>" II, 15)4Hhlrts -f
issued in favor the 10th of 1852
be from the further administration of my Jane and sent of Good sent to the mbaeriber on innailainsj,.It-
Therefore, L. F. C. BAleen, Intendant of the discharged ATTORNEY AT LAW the Protectors, by the lamented !.
(llan and Cravats Town Jacksonville, by and with the advice and th* Estate of William S. Staodley, late of laid to Win. Agent which ..rraut. Dr. Cooper,and continue to manufacture according er for private or auction dwposal will be q.

\. It LANSING!! NoB.400 462 consent of the Common Council, do issue this ml1'lmt county, deceased. July NtKMMiriUe, Flo. 11' either through the negligence or rillaany of said to Ais original instructions, and therefore recommend attended to and amount jpeedily fcrwsrdeil. Tao '

I C. Broaden, Albany. K. Y ,Manufacturer, and 464 earnestly, requesting the good citi- THOS. J. PRE ATT, Admr. Smith & Bradford Hamilton, ha been lost to me, as I have never re- those who would wear "The Protectors" tome Subscriber' ha been known in this community tar

SHIRTS COLLARS STOCKS'Ze. Town to abstain from their usual jan U- ra WM. S. STANDLEY, Dea'd- cover said wamnt, unr.h v.lever traneered,.or to their being genuine. a umber of year a* Auctioneer and otherwbo.He -

ply of Gents', Furnishing, Houses throughout,for the sup.the avocations ID on Ad eo.k 23d day ofjfartmbtrintantn Newnansville, Jan. 4th. 1854. ATTORNED AT LAW dispocod of the same to any JAMES person whatsoever.COOPER. RESK,...tTiIUlSATASLE* AKTICUC, AXD 3O offer no recommendation, bat doilies that nqnirie -
and unite PATEn MEDICIXE. *should be made eoneerBmg hhnsolf rfaay
United States. Orders from any part of the Union it proper obl.D.GI.ES Nassau county E-FAng.25th 1854-*ep23-6m
will be filled under my Cor.fui C. D. Oak, glC3TOB 38 CHAHC31T, RETAIL PRICES. commercial hone at the place of his ra1denen.Eincetb.5reb.hu1ecate4blestengs7esgtb*

Having been promptly long engaged in thin btuioeu .] Seal of Jacksonville this JacluonriOe, Flo. Alligator and Nttmanrtillt, J-Ta. Notice. GETT'S SIZE, . 4U,50eaeh r
and .
manufactured fur the houses lrtd yofNovemberAD,1354.J. WILL attend promptly to aQ holiness entrusts rpnE fifth and last instalment of the Stock of the LA lu' do. 1,00 do. street eo th*< burat dbtriet where AactkU
largest the KEEPS hand fine aMortment
be has no doubt of giving universal satkfaetmi country to, C. BAR", Jtttendmt of W WATCHES eonitanUy JEWELRY on a and FANCY -. to them. JL Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road Company SOTS' MUSES do. .. . 75 do.UARCOURT I ie also at presens eondnetod and shops to
in and Attest i E. GoaDs. C. M. WBIT. KITB, f a. BaADrOBK ha been called fumed I Is parable at the office ,BRADLEY A CO., keep on hand on the most reajooabte tenw,
purchases: price quality. DO..ll-tt which he offer for sale
GOODS cheapfor
33 An Street 102 Nawau FAMILY GROCERIES AND
Office at Alligator. | Office at Newnanaville. of Treasurer en the ant day *f October next Street PROVISIONS;

. (AUltr" Remedy for Dlseaaed Hone. High School. cash. july 7-ly GEORGE W.CALL Sec'y. New-York v.a. For Cash and Country Prochtte?

preparation is warranted to cure fsjsl JE37 WatcKet Repaired and Warrented.Wm. .'.. 8.'MURDOCH, September 23,1854-6m.Jacksonville Principal Warehouse, 103 Wood Street Guaptide, july &-tf CHARLEy DsWALI/ I
THIS London, Manufactory. 41 Market Strut Men

Spa via.Big Head Big Jaw, Grothe, 3P3a.3nBd.o1 n.n. Blacksmltblag, chest sr,'En f land. Mechanics In venders aad MaBaiactmrerB.*
der, Sprains of the Shoulder, Leg, Back. Sinews removed hb office from apposite thi Bnf- ASDMACHINE II. B.4 Co,are establishing Depot for the sale
Fetlock$ Stile, Joint and Hock Joint Splints UNDERSIGNED,yielding to the solicita WATCH MAKER AND JEWELRY HAS House to his dwelling, on '-, SHOP. of ''. Protector" in aU parts of America. Phynetans $570. INCAS PRIZES. 5T .

Wind Galls, Ring Bone,String Halt Swelled Leg. THE of his friends give. notice that, on the (In tht room adjoining the Fott-qfflet.) I'BearMra Do '. July 1 -.lyS. At former Stand,of SedgvicJe.17URNIS11E3 Surgeons, Druggists, Clothiers Dry Good, VourxETzxor THE Scixmrjcf Anuc.u"
Cracked Heels Thrush, Poll Evil Saddle Galls, eeond Monday of November instant he will open HAVING returned from Europe again I Merchant,Hatters and Milliner,aLto Gentlemen' commence on the 16th of September. Xtbcbieiy
Old Sores. Strains of the Round Bone and .fc' beg leave to offer hi* cervices to his old N. Williams Plough of all kInds Timber Car-
other HIGH SCHOOL rorma1esbaIlMODD'PBL- : Furnishing Store-Keeper are entrusted with the devoted to the advancement of the interest ef Jkf.
Joints, Enlargement of the Back Joint and all de. LO WS HALL in the town of JacksonvUle. The ma friend and the public generally.,. With his COMMISSION MGRCIIAXT, JT riages. Carts, Chain for Mill, MiD wort of wholesale and retail distribution of them sad to .i, Iarcsjors. .. '. .'

peaces of Uorws which are caused by Inflation of Scholastic year will be divided Into two session of experience for the last twenty-rix year, a* a. Jacksonville Flo- all kinds Sugar Mill, Ae. whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise MIl b edited by mea radically stilted hm the sits j

the M1Ud"- l&Full direction*em cry tioltlt. five month each. No tsdent received for less Watchmaker, be hopes to give entire satisfaction, band, and,for sale |3TParUc Ur attention paid to Steam Boat and and a splendid opportunity open to them for safe and science Probably no'other jonraal of law
constantly on a general Saw Mid done at shor-
to those who wish to have their work dune hi a reparing. Wheelwrightmoj .
TRY IT. KEEPS business. character b to
time than no of tuition assortment of and.prufil&bl. same *o eztentrrely eireaUted., or *o.
est notice. order left at the store of S. .
To be hl at "APOTHECARY HALL fee will be made for absence,%nlea* occasioned by workmanlike manner. tVAll For terms, apply to generally esteemed itepractiealabiOtf. Nearly >
jwrll-3t Jacksonville, FU. protracted illnes To avoid all mbnndentaading pyf Watches Clocks, and Jewelry repaired at GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, N.William will be promptly attended to. .1lCOUBT.InUDLEY.A CO, aU the YatmatU, which.use.woekrr

with reference to tuition fees and annoyance ofPftseDt the shortest notice. July 8.tfflATCIIELDOEE'S of the best flection, aag 13-tf J.A. FARMAR 38 Ann Street New-York U.S. from the Patent Office are ilhutrmt vitLEAgrmrita

/-tATALIXA Insolvent Notice bills no student win be received unless HAIR DYE-The. best ar and will IOn them fewer for CASH than they caD b hereby given that application will *;*, and the claim of all the Patents are p bIbbed -
V/ SKIFF Administratrix, and the fee be paid in advance for the esaioa. D tlcl.nowlnneforsaleby I be bought elsewhere in the South. 'NOTICE. to the next General Assembly of To 133.0 Pub1l.o. regularly ia it*column as they are honed

Manuel Crerpo, Adnunutrator of aQ and smtpdar Tuition from t20 tof60 per annum, according to July 2 -tf BURTON A GRAVES. I Country produce taken la exchange, at leberal the Stat. of Florida, tar an amendment of the thus making it a perfect Scxzsnre saw MECVAS

the goods ehatUU rights aDd sjrediu of the branches pnnued. price. JulyS-ly Charter incorporating the Town of Jacksonville. mhz UNDERSIGNED, successor to HJCSET.L CAL ExcrcLorsMA of mformation sposi,the..

George this F. Skiff filed; late hi of this office county written,deceased ... FRANCIS L WIIEATON.Jaekjoeville In the Circuit Court of Putnam County, Dissolution ot Copartnership. aag 19-3m TMA5CS No.3, Holmes' Building have la jests of Mtdtaicml Jsyroetsnay CkrausOv.Emfinttring .
leg day a
my suggestion Nor.3, 1854-tf Eastern Circuit of Florida. b hereby given that the copartnership b tore and fur sale, mmd. the Scion. ftamOj.. Is.. j"
J the insolvency said estate: NOTICE TVTOTICE -APPLICATION *made to
U.Butler A Co dbolved the A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OFMERCHA'NDIZE weekly ia furtDlInI..uaw.the .
published hIM.leg.
This is, therefore to notify all persons baring b.-JOSEPII, IV. EDWARDS respectfully Anthony Robins, Eseea&or' last Win and was on' Ltho next General Assembly for a Charter .end each volumes eontaias.
fourth of mutual ecosens.J. Handiod
demands against said estate, to file the same, duly inform the Public that be is now prepared TasUmeat of Conrad Van Dob1en late of said twenty Jury by I authorising tho'construction of a Railroad from Sixteen of and
the boniness Page Matter Serwal
.Q.Butler is auihorbed to settle Reading B.
Moved and authenticated before,tha Judge of to manufacture HARNESSES,and doa County,deced, Complainant. I Cedar Key to the Georgia State line in the direction 'dred Engravings,with a faD and
of the of of Goad Provision eotapleto .
outstanding Groceries
concern. Preetptjnyment Dry ,
Vrobato of Decal the ninth of3fay ul to both Saddle aDd Uar- and of Macoa,0 19-3m Coaxifting
County by day afl kind caring A.A.Van DohIoa and others the Heir Creditors debt dna the firm is requested.JOHN. aug Hardware and Cutlery. Crockery and Glassware Its circulation on last Volume' exceeded 13,000
next at which time there will U a pro rata -which he promise will bo done with dee- of said Estate Defendant Notice. week and the
G.BUTLER.ADI.2t1 Hat and Caps Boots aDd Shoe. Saddlery and a I copies per practical neelpls' fa .
Hstrib of the easels of said estate aaxmgst the patch and on reMoabl term H.basjust received A vrnONT ROBINS. Executor as atore d. B. H. LEESE.CopartnenbJp. IX MONTHS from date, the undersigned Ad- largo assortment of Book and Stationery aad all yemen ar*worth- to aar. nmttv- -- s.
'cr lIon thereat from Charleston a stock of Leather *e, and J\-*having filed hb Bill oath* Chancery side of n- S mlnistratorof the Estate of.. B. Cole deceased I other articles.suited to the trade| to which they the uhserlptioa pnos. iT
ITrtBCM my name M Judge of Probato and Lb.t'J feels confident that be can give satisfaction to all the insolvency ,will present final accounts aad vouchers to The following teen Puns, offered
this Court suggesting probable tab I invite the attention of the public and ask them to bylk.
seal ofsaidCortthl.tb.sdibdyot H* can lie found at the Stall of Mr.U.A.Bliss' aid Estate a Itb Ordered That all person having NOTICE b hereby given that.have day the Hon.Judge Probate for Putnam county for I can and:examine their stuck, before purchasing Publishers for the fourteen largest fists of ruWrW'

November in the year of oar Lord fIDe' near the Bnffington House andlolidt patronage. 1 claim against the aid Estate aa Creditor or oth- into eopartnenhip for the purpose .settlement and win at the same time uk to be elsewhere, aa they flatter themselves that they ben cent ia by the 1st of Jaacary,1655 t-4100witl

.thousand eight' hundred and fifty-four. DOT 4 I eniIe do:lie their aLl\claim with the Clerk of sawing'known and ptaoeiag the lumber, at under the Steam the SawMill discharged. a*such'Administrator. can IOn a*low a* anyone else, for*cash country be ginnthrtbe longed lid; <7S far th >> scadg.

FELIX LIVINGSTON,' Agent for the Country Hew-York City. thin Court na sad for the aid county of Putnam a* City A Mills Kteraff. .name. OLINSKI, -.. KSfor the third; *5&far the fcorth i S50 Jar th*

Judge of Probate .Bevel Csenty.Novemb.r advertiser b prepared to act aa General on or before the twenty-fifth day January,AJD, IrmsndJtyI.ofDaIler, JOHN 0-BUTLER Palatka Aarut1.54. Ad1fIia lrator. T1L BURTONM.I W. GRATES, firth i $45 for the sixth; $40 fee the wreath..

11,18S4-Gnu The Dt and Correspondent New York,"** 1855. And that this notice be published.ia some aag2-lra JACOB E. KIERUFF... Teas Teas It Teas 11 Iir N. n*-M.W.Owns would rarpoetfaay for the eighth j *30 for the ninth i f2S the the toatfe

J-lutft'tar-PlaIII and Ornamental: businessmen and others m the Interior He will Newspaper in tab Circuit once a week,.until the : of the best quality and warranted inform the public that be tin continue the '20 for the eleventh J '15 for. the twelfth $10fkr

Bricklaying, Ae devote hb whole time and attention to the pur- expiration of said period. : Notice. TEAS Importation very and at.redmeed price ispsekagusfrootilh.tol4lb. 1 DAGUERRBAN the thirteenth *5 for too feojtoeot. Ta aasb

t chase and sale of Fancy and other Goods, Books Oivea under,my band at Chambers this nine.t.enth4ayofleJy A PPLICATION via be mad to the next General and from 50 cent BUSINESS will be paid to the order of tM--.tal.
offer Us Mrri- A. 1854., -- | door west of Dr..H. D UoUaad'residence. tor Immediately after the Uo 1st
D. Char one
TnErabseriherdeMrssjagaia I Manufacturer's aDd Mecehaa- XJL Assembly for amendments to the 81.1-.1851.\
print Machinery, tl.50 Black of the ehoisest kinds
tto ta thperformaae to pound. ,
*of Plain aad OraanMOUl publie PtatUriag.BriekUytog I f*Btock NIl Materisb. Phikwophieal Apparatas [Signed 'WILLIAM A. FORWARD, ter of the Ftorid Railroad pMy.JJulyJn( also Green per of the finest quality, atT.McMILLANS .Jacksonville. July 8,194.WM. Tsans>-One copy,one year 83 1 one e .
Jtdgt e-fth* Cinmlt Cert ffthsEoJttrn months .1 ; b. cepiee eta rneutho,14 tin
Patent and other Mediciaes, AgriculSu Notice.. J .
k He win ,
MaJonry, contract for ( ImSemente' "&eo Collections Cimit of Florida. JI. LAWTON t CO. I months $8; tea septic ." ii1
rick-work.sad plactorhig of boildlags entire..pon I Seed Stock .ALI PERSONS an hereby eanUoned against aq 26-3t Apothecary Han, Bad.GJaUtl fifteen copies twelve 1,922)
and silts prosectrted. Information of all I BEREFT CERTIFY that the above b a true m twenty .
si-sabl. tonas sod pledjM aauIC1o. o *- Bad br, er any way using a.Bounty FACTORS AND tweire saonth $23 fa adrance. .
patch la th* execatioa of all work entrtstod to his kmdfembbd with regard to person and places copy of th.Order on file la my office* LandWcrrut .No. 11, 59, for 160 acre of land, LONDON DOCK PORT WINE; COMMI88IOH MERCH-ANTS Noanab., .
art. her*. ,Situation procured and guaranteed for Wrrssss,my aaad and the Seal of .ffieo at the Issued to mo under Act of Congress of September MADERIA WINK' oab.miptimeaLorien1j oaa.
and .other ia this 19th day of'July A. sub1Warrant ..!f FRENCH BRANDY JVaU3 Southern WA yr-f taken at bes tl.40 eaekv Name*eaa W. +.
2I.Uardlr thlaka Jt asrusssry to gir OOM to ., mnrhinin. professional men Court HODS. Palatka 1850. the 16th day of December 1951 u. ,, .
different alfferest .
and '
s.c. time fame Poet f A
lot medical at Charleston tBtosxT"
.Me"Ie Male sad female employer engaged ned coat to D, 18S4. .Q LI58Kl was last lost out of possessta tome Expressly 1 purpose, )
knswaeiydbi. !
eM.-u Lawton M. Southern and Western
Wm. U. t Wm.
Passage ncmrod to California, Ann.traB'ai$1Ia1opn. Jaly29-6m .CUrlttfC.,c/J>Mtaam c.i time ia the month of where eep 2-5t APOTHECARY HALL. Taylor, ---rla1ak oor }
.wsck Mia that mpecthe haj. kerU bre the countrY -- aaintoUirtnt some R.Waiaright Bacon,. I Joseph T.DilL '. -.
kit patfuni tU Most perfect satisfaction. ; DJ fins aaythieg that between Jaekaonriltoand Black Creek and I intend -
gives nCmm& from date, the -ect'adnunistrator JaJ, 8' IIi LeUarlsa" J8I&.tJ"Jbq.
aad laselreBt Notice
AfsaV *n aoqalatod withJJew Ted applying to the CommbsioMr of Pension for
He ncpseUanyaotioiU \Itt pmtreaw I ;of the Ertato Joseph Vanght, desedJ > Ce.I2SFalto be *k9T.. -_
bee t-
a,.ot WI leD.s.IOU ITE&S.TWBXTIT Its burls moB oaa do for an STATE or J'L l. a.''us.. : Win present IDA accounts and rmieher* to 5-A. Cohea Cohm B.Xcn Ce.aee -
Jf'ecII6m.ti I : (faitnfhUy and pom ll'Commuaication Coty of Dxvat. f 8fPH" _ _.._ :qa -- :yarrantoo Probate for Putnam County forettlenientxiai : ? i nateadaiy. tit.
the BoiL'ladp" and I. psuetring pateats for new invesi.ang
.Ierllu wiljvimInven1onswMboute I.
confidential Awe**, wkafee ade mateto, the '
flOLtY. ANN JOJTKS Admiaiftratrlx of t tEtatoef the same-time whIt ask,
7 'oaaria .1fIrtl" ... ,inrepMteths.u7oCLbltba.lenent .
: DOLIUARS OEVTABD.Jtuaaway ,rvI : LEm0z.t9 r Jh4X,Jones, decod aarjng filed TOTIC1 hereby ,that thirty day from dbebarl'ech.11ICb. administrator.: -: 1 FOREIGN. AND! DOMESTIC. fjr"- '_
.tu Am tW subsoribcr bk black saaa m oficesi written uxge tioa of Pat insolvency al ScptSWm '- MELTON HATNI2, Adi',. : .
KOSE U to40year .Id, and abets six % llalberry Street.$..Yfr*. my ThJIIsthCretbtetOaCtiIjaIIpSr. i WI date I fipply to the floe FeHx .ry. -

I ofaidEstste| Livingston Jcl,Probate*of Daral Coaary, !o._175 East-Bay. Ctarfertoo, KG: .-s 'GEOABBOTT; OO ", '
sJlsywen4&oet7bu4dhe to Ketlee.
US dn1&D41 $Camrtiaid&toiB .
test OagL sons ; > present Lot ID
AFTER DATE application wIll for eave to sell mobs one namber
u4 _.e OWSeLVSS.I& JL TTOUsl bo .WEEKS so tho Hooarable the Judge of Pro taeav duty proved.s authentIcated to .the ton, ia the Iowa JaehatmrBl,belonging square EUsa rpnEd.rntgnedwill.b. absent at:thtN.rtIi .Nathan A.'CoW" J .ImwU.ODOOB.J Ii.96 z..1Jq,( f.r.m--. .

4ss'i_.tenbsa4SV'1mUt7111 'late oCIinrale.satt, 7ha, for leave,to*tB.the Jagjrbata.cJssidCoeatyefDuvad :on ** Jones an erpha aad mmor, &M,bo'old L'',from the present tia*. until about the J&ofrtobernext ry8 I \r ? If -

.4 loW-S.Ilszds*cMl44let&)lt..i }may ef JL Sadtar late of said eauatydMMa4 befotu UM fir*day Kaiea Mat,when there will (twth.benaMdsahIiahor., ,;when. they win 're-oIe1I.1Coct of -.blss'.a %c4 -. "
Real XUto Heary -
,., .aab Ut way to Georgia or Florida. The ft*the benefit of creditor*ned heirs besi'ne.tMndIslribstIoncC' )aa fond behmgis;to _' .: '1.B. DOWELL. Good. jbrt&to markbt .lathe meantime their ,Fraser. & Thompsra ; BPDlJ't i AND c.u&"B1Ist'
..ri1 be paid forb1gdMlvsr7to 11II7 J J amoap'the .thereof.: beiaewiabeln.thehands Rodney Berman ,' '
.Jail b this Slato -. 'F.;'.UOQAJ.Vtnfl lLL 1f Dell my hand and tho u1. of .. :. '. 'ELOODGooD I DOIiSL. T with Lsae .CJ:erery; IcecXIt1Idth* tbe'.sry.kmndj1ed .
,iL"aI.. "Com of ? Ibis tie b Usal MERCHANTS
.chnM.lussNuv.4-4V j'r "JaI4 Probate hereby given' an appQeatldai .
_-5i 6-- A; % & CeIogae.TL1TSiLVOLOONE *" t. .
rx'. -- :"cb .t 1851.' !LtMbo .18 CheIlUe. 0. ::: 4dger's1SorthWAar-f gt.n t Whi
Bales Ut Easter*Hay jut ijeerred'per .at .100 pw(part or.jtTteL I
,. I" 1JVIXGSTOXi:1" i ersl incorporation of s Bank ..
ILUY.pJ if .s 4)j s IftdSIegaaI!,
OUU and )iarud la'&I1td, M aeaordW to _
10 .. Q rmanttty.
BrlfisMonrins; OaOICB tobelocateT .
? tminb*. .. '. .. -" .-- ..f ,tc(obatel.-. ,.cf 1)qyII.t, Coct1 AT9IZCEC2SI HAIL rspx.rztsx' f J'. n.l.naxno2'. :Juft8" cit.G'.3 r. .

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.B.H lue.en.cIB.CJLttA S GROCEBIES AN Ii 'ROVISIONS.J.DIIOWELL 'laudt'- dfe co.4PPL bw\ : ,
S Si ,, E;,FLA., ,
Monday iA.ApriL
; AND FLOE.I:1l.;. do do ApriL THIS Dew UcI plesaaat Zstabthelmse.t,
; TlUOVCIl TO rAtATKA W 24 TO 30 HOWiS.tnlt''CABOLINA GROCERIES, PItOVISlONS, WINES ::: ciado Ma,. pat.p for .. aoeomm0daU08 e aM netldy 7.

; S GARS, Ac., *> dn May. PabiIe ast ausrpsa.d 111&D7.O' hit'"
wilt leati CHABLESTOS Comer of Xswnaa and ForsytlMtrceU. Monday favHay. to established, temnrefwa for-the ?ecepmof
wry J P.M. Rettiminr, will leave .. do .doMay. Boarders, operUitended,hy Mr M. Zawadski
EALATKAeveryJir ever*
. 10 A. M, $JACKSONVILLE 3 A. JSi GROCERIES PROVISIONS,FRUITS,4c. one who will call in. The puWI ralr nh *..
. .i TJI1UUmlDAri""CIIARLESTON"n80'T' Bay-gtrcet. ? bfcr. ttv fet ectfart,.. Ute 8-GLIJ(8KI( -
Tte.d.y: at 3 P.M> lemming, win leave i sep2dGinPLANTERS '
i FALATL4 Vclock, A.It ..CREEK, T.'C. MYERS, bt Monday in
Thew Steamers oociwet with all the interio ewnan-StreeL & la November.

Etagei of East Florida and eonnecU both way J.SANTO, In December. CUARLCSTOX .. c; '
, w1Ua abe Y.rtte&mihif'P1,Carolina KkilreadPMMM FRUITS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, Clocks ia December. M TWIT Fudewigned would miweifnnT ISJ.nn -
u4 WthBeat. In December. his fHemU and the Public jeneraBy.fkat
fen CharlesToo JickponTill, M(from Say Street. In Nwrmber. lie bu leaned that extensive and well known e*.
PtoUta and Palatka 10.Yazttx&tt .B..n.-II.UlIlAlI., to Korember. UblUhment the PLANTERS HOTEL and w
. i! r rtcal r aralir to GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, SASH, Circuit. now ready for the reception vintort. Ju eliCi-
J. 'V. CALDWELl CharlcMfm, Relocation, being emvenient to all the basinet
': BELLEC1IASSE &FINEGAN BLINDS t DOORS, localities, win commend It to tIn-who vfcit the

, '- J acluOIn.m. Bay Stre1. Monday In April. city on bBsines*. and no exertions or e.ill
R. R. REID Palatka. -- do in ApriL he t spared by the Proprietor to prMno.tLt ai.
M.KUC1IAXDIMK.&CANOVA do in ApriL Tort aid convenience of hIs ts
gne and reader ku
STEAM COMMUNICATION, The House i nlsnF.J do .in ApriL house, in every worthy of the public patronaw
", BETWEE3Sarannah "Buffington 'DEALERS IN DRY GOODS GROCERIES do .in March. and support. He Is pleated to add that he .
i and Florida. PROVISIONS do IAApTIL secured the services, it Book keeper of Mr.J. W.
TIIEnctrwuTeleeantSteam- AND Lamkin,*. long and favorably known to the tral
. packet ST. JOHNS 'apt. JAME Jackson.v1.11e: '] or1.ct.n. Commission and Forwarding-Wharf. wiling community of this and the adjacent State
. Savannah Steamers.BoyStreet. 8-3ra
July O. W. BOllAR.
p ra.ZaoL" will leave Savannah e"ery'Ihur day
, nwrninj at 10-o'd Gk foe Palatka touching at.all THIS well known HOUSE, situated on the corner of Newnan .

I the intermediate point and Adams within few rods of the Post Office and BURTON & CRAVES, MAGNOLIA HOTELOn
I Thi boat hat been,built erproesly fur tbij-trada street*, a Successor of II.H.Timanus the
U Jonu
laM large and ail rUte-room aooommodationc fir near to the Steam Boat landings and most convenient to the DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS River,
.FI paweogpT*). atid' taking the inland route presents ic. Circuits USDER.CHARGE or CAPT. 0. J. MCKIT.
_' Mperior aooommodalioD foe invalids and others. Churches, has just received a new COAT, and has been renovated Holme'i Row,,Bay-Strut.. rpniS i hanoi, house recently opened for tb*at.
nil boat will leave Jacksonville, on her return JL eommodation Boarder aadvLutor from the
! M .Savannah every Sunday morning at o'clock.. from top to bottom with every convenience, is now in perfect II. E. OtMES, North during the ensueing and future wasooa

, For further particular inquire of Capfe Free- order. The Tablewill be under superintendance of an experienced DRY GOODS, GROCERIES: PROVI- It i b tnated immediately on the St John'Rivr.

: eateaidopto and shall not be surpassed by otherin eions, Crockery" Hardware, Boots tines about from 23 mile thl mouth from Jacksonville of and a short dU-
2 CLAQUOUN t CUXNING1IAM Sav'h. Housekeeper, any and Shoes Ac. Ac. Clack Creek and i b most
-. k' BISBEE CAFOY-V ..ooviUe. Clothing, favorably located ass!conveniently ffUed
for the
determined that his up
this climate. The exertions .
Proprietor BayStreet.II. mentioned.
. jalyS-tf BESET A TEASDALEPlka. purpose Anangtment are made for

to merit the l patronage which shall be bestowed upon him, E.\V.CLARK, theaecommoslaliueosizty boarder*, and already
O Osjt:1.0n. L1.n..O. numerous visitor ban availed themselves
DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVI- '. a>loeatiuAattlMuAragnoia.n -
; CABRl'IMG TUE U. S. MAIL, shall be without regard to trouble or expense.A sions and, Merchandise.BayStrttt. The 110.itC/Dveaien'

aZTWEZSi. LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House with good general to a Dae Mineral Spring, aid boats aud pane,. ar. I
.Circuit. for the of
kept purpose going thither. The pioprictor .
i.: tka.F1a.. and Savannah, Geo. Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this louse D.AMMIIRMAN, respectfully invite stranger and citizen to
(inside all thc vay) "drop in" or sojourn at the Magnolia IIow .
' Tla Pleolata, Black Creek, and JacVsonosvllle soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston bo ts. DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS, or summer,and thus afford him aa pportoaitv ia winter

: Fla, rnd St. 3Iary, Uruuirick Oct. 21 18 4- S. BUFFINGTON. Hats Caps, Boot., Shoes, 4c.Holmft devoting that attention to their comfort nli<.' i it
. I ,and DarIen,Geo. m Beer Ba y-S(reef. will give himself and the able inperintendent so.

.. tak jj w THE Steampacket WELAKX ass Republican copyWATCHES S.N.WIM.IAMS, ia.May. much pleasure to manifest.
;.: f V s- Capt. N. 1\:11',. leaves l"lLlatka DRY GOODS GROCrUUES: AND PUOYlSIOXS.BaySlrert. I I July 7 J. A. SVSXMERLIN.cri43 .

.t : .very Monday raornms at B o'clock. ] worth I ..
: Q Arrive at JackonvilU came evminp, and JEW1LRY\ SILVER WARE Our i

r c UavM Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, touching at Gdl. SMITH, are [ .
: j. the intermediate'places ab n'e. AND COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUCTIONEER. offer public are informed that the abore Hotel
Through fare from Palatka Picolata and Black 1e.Noie.mber.. T
any has been leased from Dr.
Paine: and
.i no
Oreek $9OOt ranted poine.trill be to render the time eat
JIalmt't Rov Bay-Slrttt. fparxri agr >land .
t t Through fare from Jacksonville600 Fancy Goods.GEORGEFLAGG Monday in Itov. to give Mttvfactirm to all who Ctvoe
Through ticket are furnished from Jacksonville with a calL A ha
new liathisg inca
It Charlertoo for -800 DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVISIONS erec-
& ) te I at tin Spring for the accommodation of those
tpThe WELAKA connects with one of the Ac., Ac. ? : who may desire to bath inoreeofthejnutSu.Ipl
.:. KeW .t'okaOt Philadelphia Steamship*from Siraanah Bay-St. Spring in the Country. The location b remark.
I vmy AVodneUy. CO JtT. able for health, surpassed in the State. lisaitifal .
C R. K. J Palatka.l. .
DUKE Jackson.vll1c Ens1 F1.orl.c1.n high pine lands, free from the anpyance of in.
l. -'GEna. BISBEE CANOVA, JacUon\ille GROCERIES Nets especially Can
-. jaty8-tl ( S. M. LAFFITEAU Savannah.e. WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that Near RW.,. Biggs A Co.'a Foundry prices in January. one hundred persons Hofqttiti, only 23 miles from accommodate Pilatka.

FOR ENTERPRISE he has again opened at his old stand, Bay-Street. such in February. J. J. DICKISON Proprietor

4 4.: And all the intermediate Landings' on the NO. 1 HOLMES BLOCK G.C.ACOSTA, July in in ApriL March. t'' 1.23,1SS1-6tMAQKOLIAHOU8E. -
: ST.JOhNS RIVER. with a large and well selected stock of _

.l THE Steamer Darlington \WA tHftim M P t 1 *kWI Ai E Corner Bay! Ocean Streets. Pai t i. always in s*s- sf ft THE SURSCIitBERhacj.stconipes.ttd.Jacksonville Florida.
I.. -Capt J. Brock, will leave JaiV!"I- A 1) ) .J.::3. above House, fitting it up in the inert corofortaMe -
: villa every Saturday morning, at 80'etock arriving I* M. FUIiSOM.FURNITURE style, anal will use every exertion to piea .
;:;. at Palatka same day,-leaving1'uUlka at 5 FANCY G-OODa. SASH, BUNDS & DOORS FLORIDA all that may f."or"im with their patronage.
: ; ,- o'clock Monday Morning in connection with the to Melt the attention of the Public is invited. Getting ray. Goods direct from the Vrer II E. Holmes' Store, Bay-st. HE :\E. Pitrticalar attention paid to Invalids..
"j 1 steamer Carolina aud JI el k4. Returning willS New York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer! my customers inducements, both as A. COY,

..t" Iav Enterprise at 5 o'cllll'k Tuesday moru'.n;. regards E-tJlc and price, that cannot be surjwssed in Charleston or Savannah. UliSTAURAXTS.PIICENIX Glass .* Corner Ocean and Monroe-street
.i.: o'clock Wednesday morning, awl, -- Spirit JacksowilU, July 8. 1934. >
be found
,;J arrir at Jacksonville same day. Among my assortment may RESTUIIANT AND BIL- Pump \ Good Stabling for Items. $ U S

1j' Agent&t JarkKonxilUU.K RIXGS CHILDREN'S '-SETTS Ac., Ac. Paul B. Canova Newnan-Ft. I} TaUhassce.C. 1.5O.. Merchant's Hotel, 8-i-;.(;
1 REID, FINE COLE PATENT LEVERS, (full jeweled,) I
I hand and made to order from ', Quincy. Charleston, S. C.
Constantly: on (
JiiTy 7-tf at PaUtka.TIIIS THE
.1 Agent tt coin, and warranted BLACKWOOD A; Co.'" RESTAUIUNTBaystreet. Jacksonville KBDrcTip* is raiccs.ffti .
LAI'INES. & TIlE undersigned having leased this Hotel
4 2iTE.bIER II II .
(B'ith A wilhoat huntingca.eeo: )
SisitBated ia
CUTLER Marrianna. King Street,solicit from the travel
,'t Mo'U..n.t I1oiwaxit..a' SILVES PATENT LEVERS, do. do. ling public a share of
: 1:. ELLIS' RESTAURANT ftJrona-e. Board 11ro
0 MiTACllCD If !->. d. From the celebrated Manufactory of Geo. \Vosten Tallahassee. '
; Steamer, which !I"I. If holm X Son, coreiting of JYtlrnan- -tTett. at Palatka. per day; single dinner/ eta only.
I. 'PIXJ; ';9. d)
; 'ten put cucditioufur efo :'ih i.. From good mlt'no, ii"h will he warrantel .POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS I I Key West. July 8-Cm JAMES iL '..
enrice, u now prepared to re'ume her rr ular u ',. TADAt'CUXlST. .
woe** ca the 8t John, in the to win?of "-<>v-c .'.
raft, Ac, and perfunoing ri--li" h"" .' "-i! .fE\\"ELHY. FANCY GOODS F.of.IIERXAxnEZ, :/ Milton D. )MIXER
. or: Ray be appointed by vpeci "air* t TOBACCO, S Ul'FAXO SKGARS.Aiirnan : ftrett, Quincy, Corner Meeting nod Hayne Streets,
"' Engagements may be al any t.iuou *r'.f I it.l<' :;.4.g..rlI-rg!: ): I.\ :. .,? VB5T CIIAIXSGOLD Such CORALS.PERFUMERY. PORTE )LllUNV, ACCORDIONS AXDOT1ILR -$ abore lJ'1Jingttmlorue.. J. } ( : ,t, laatpa, iJy8 C.2 ,S.C. tf '
l- with the C*|4in in e-i f Ifcor. AI! .luv >< "f> tvfaieh .. ,
L..MJ' j- Ewt
.5 .1 EXTRACTS ,
.. she may be npcm p r I r wi'S :u"M (I'"i- LI\LLL.0L. } lHLS I. A \V. I I
"Ll ,
.' prietor. julS-tf' O *'h.\l! LEI: V. JhLUV. Rl'G, mtlt I't PAi'IER-MACHEE, JEWEL CA1tfl 1 ( second name, Clerk TIIOSAS S. MCKE1UOX,
fcES, ROSEWOOD onK II. M. I'CAKSOV, J000 riifi fourth name.- Corner oe Meeting an I Queen Streets
.l''. GREAT M.i'i.Ji: : ---- 'l'nUmL"j' SLKKVE! EOXKS, PORTABLEWRITIFG ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR.OHice and Collector.) :ul.S C/uir&wfon, S.C.1'AVIMOX
bD 1.1.) t TIOXS, The l2"A
< DKioKS.EETICUL1LS : I I Pout Office. : "
the Court House.FliMX .
.t TROM .RU'TOS'fC'i\\: T; v. :'n "', ;'L, '. FANS, COMBS, opposite Peiuacola. HOTEl
lE' GOLD SPECTACLES, K\'E GLAFSE CIIILDREN5'TOYS Corner of Meeting and ILvsel-ttj,
I Through Fare from Charleston to<>n, 6 I ?. lLtl'E' SETT KIXGXS, TEA BELLS, Office in ,the Court IIon'c.MeISTO.II. g"i? Milton. julyS Charleston,2 tf
f with various other titles too tory, a
Together ai numerous
: Wilmington U>Baltituure, - 1 w -- -
Wilmington to lLiljdolihiii, - h :'') sli VEil h ARK..jMPIUMXO mention. {I 'lcC\.UEEX : I NEW YOKK.v .
I Wilmington to New York -5w <.. IHXIN'l AND DESSERTiis.sT N. .-CLOCK?, WATCHES, and JEWELRY, ATfOlSNEY: ; AT LAW, ; Enchecaima. -__
j: With a choice of route between Wcldon u" ': .'. ; I I.ESSKUTAXIJTEASPOOXS, fioroufhly I Office,, Ifoy-St., in Mr. Ochus Hon t'. Zfo. ) .M v
; ttmorTVO*. : ; ett notice rcIaITt.lanJ'Carran/edattc.lwrt'j[ He s ECS,
/ THAIXS will leave the South Caroline; !, C. UHOWAUI), CerroGordo. 100 1ra.1sz.v. T.
,y t J. Railroad Depot, Line Charleton d"ilJ'.1 ATTORNEY: AT LAW I .
street J 't TILL pay particular attention to sales ef\ eft -
C. at7 A M. and 4 3-4 P M, arriving in Wilmington, 1 NEW SKVLIOIITtliigutnnait A.po1hcc ElaU Office on Ocean-St. with i MI low Pine Lumber, 1.1 ve Oak. and
Korth Carolina at 3 A M and 2 P M. Piuscngerchy I Ternon. other SOUTHERN
lll, Axe and PRODUCE andto
Via the and second Manchester train will Railroad travel l>y over daylight the \Viluiinjj at Wimiogton !-1 ;\ \ i \ a1u'{ rl Tea Depository: il ATTORNEY P. FRASER AT LAW., I "so order for purchasing NE1ICH.tNDISE.juyTtf .

; two tram are detpaUhod 6 A M and 41 Removed to the New Store In Holmes Matianna.
S PM, the fint tuin only connecting at Wcldon, I ilL OuL.'ribHbegs leave to inform the citizen lluildliig, opposite Dr. Ilaldwiu'a Office on Forsyth-St July S. II. Itockenbaugb
Nth Carolina with the Seaboard and IluanoLBailroad 1 JL of Jacksonville and its vicinity that he still Office, Jacksonville. .. P. SAN UCltSO, u ,
to thence rtetmcrs t continue to his CC.NEBALCOMMISSION -
t Norfolk by > keep open
Boon;ani both train eonuorting at Weldon Balli-I NEW SKYLIGHT GALLERY WHERE i is kept constantly on hand a large and ATTORNEY AT LAW, Aspen Grove. .MUCH ANT,
the upper route through Pctersbiik* ,, selected assortment of Forsyth Street. 112 Pearl Street, Jf. F.
IfMhmgton. At Baltiuiure,both line*couuect with on For?}th Street, econd dot* west of Dr. llol- DRUGS AND CHEMICALS \VIIEATOX.. CAREFUL attention will be given to sale of

S. the line to Philadelphia! and New York. lanil' residence Always received by the latest arrivals,warranted ATTORNEY AT LAW.Jacksonrille. Ailachicola. Rice, Sugar Lumber Timber and
Public are respectfully Informed that these line Where he is prepared to take pictures in a manlier frc-h and genuine. Alto, \ other Southern Produce. AIM .Merrhindiee par
: are ia Ant rote condition, the Can 'are under the nut surimcsed by any. lie ha pared no ezpf I chased on meet adrantajr* M tenca. july3-tf
management of trusty and experienced Conductor. nt-e in fitting up his Pms, Laving a splendid Perfumery, Combs, Itrnshes, Soaps R. \ I I Quinry. Hoe & Co's Patent Ground Saws.
aad the steamer from Norfolk to Baltimore are i' reception room fur ladies, fitted up in a neat and Lamps, Hunting Fluid, Ac., C. W. CALL July U Subscribers manufacture, fans the best
4 S navigated by able and experienced commanders ta.-tefullltlle, besides his large fine Skylight, enabling which wilt be sold low for cash.C ATTONEY AND COUNCILLOR. 'a THE Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from two
S thereby,securing both IlAfctyand despatch. him to take pictures in grou|s or singly, in Country orders solicited and punctually attendedto. R Office on Bay-St. 1,1. inches to eighty caches in diameter. Their Saw
Through Passengers and their baggage will beent *- clear or cloudy weather lie feel confident of Physicians'prescriptions put up with care and are hardened and tempered and are ground and .
from one Depot to the other free of charge I giving satisfaction to all who may favor him with despatch. R. DOHMAX, F 0 'a finished by machinery designed expressly fur the
along the rout. a call. He is thankful for past favor, and hope TEAS. ATTORNEY AT LAW. U purpdtOt and are, therefore,mnehnperior to tho 0
-. Through Ticket to Wilmington Korth Carolina, I to receive a continuant of the same. Thwe who Agent forthe New York Pekin Tea Company.Tea II ground in the usual manner, as they are ctrength-
:. can U had '. F. FOLKER, Agent of the South do not want pictures, are respectfully invited to of direct importation, and of 34 varieties froma Office on BaySt.PHYSICIANS. How Port. ened and stiffened by increasing them In thickness
C&rohinrRailroad Company,Line tret,Charleston, call and exaimng his room anJ Fpecimcns. 1-4 to 1 lb. in a package all warranted and at regularly from the cutting edge to the centre,consequently -
S South Carolina, and to Baltimore, Philadelphia or July 8-tf M. W. GRAVES. extremely prices. I .. do not become heated or buckled and
New York,at the Office of the Wilmington RaIeIP 7Coulltry Dealers supplied,by orderIng II. HOLLAND, July U produce a great saving in timber.
Railroad Company, Wilmington N. C. Oh.eap: S'tore accompanied with Cash. Office on Se .1 Forfurther information apply E.B.STEVEN"Agtot IIUNKY 1. W. CL.AUK, GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, &c. U Cross Cut Saws and Billet Webs, superior qualify

1: Charleston S.C. july-14 Bay Street. also always kept on hand. 8. ALU\nS, 4'., sJI of which they have for sale, or they may
lIE ulxmriber ban received a large and elegant July 8-tf T. McMILLAIf. Office on Bay-Street. CO be obtained of the principal Hardware Merchant
To "tLLO 3Pia1olo T amortraent of GOODS different kinds, ce- )?adtsoa".U:' throughout the United State and Canada.

tIered! by himself anti particularly adapted to the CHARLES DETVALL. DRUGS AND MEPICINCS. .U, 1f. HOE i CO,
.5-. TUB UNDERSIGNED, successor to lluJtT want of this sect km of the country. lie retpecN 29 and 31 Gold Street.
.. $ ic. 3, Holmes' Building, have in fully invites a call from his old customer, and the .a..UOTJc APOTHECARY 1IALTM I It t ?" Publishers of newspapers who will insert
.. 4 store and fur cale, public generally. Hi stock coutistn, in part of Jacksonville. Fla. DRUGS MEDICINES.FERFUMERYAc, : Jasper tkis-ajbrertisement three times with this note, sad
.t 'A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF STAPLEAXD FANCYlRY GOODS GROCER- SALES in any part of the County attnded toe ''McMillcn BayStreet.SAW forward us a paper containing the same, will be
respectfully solicited. pain in printing mate att b,pvrchasingfonrtimeii
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i MERCHANDIZE CHOCKLRY WAitE BOOTS AND Goods sent to the subscriber on commission,either MILLS.EMPIItE the amount of their bill for the,ad"rt lemrn'.

Connfting uf Dry ( loaOn Groceries, l'ron"nSe SHOES HATS AX II CAPS,F AKCYI for private or auction disposal, will be quickly ) LLLS. which l Allgator. New York April 23d 1854. ,-<9SAVANNAH.
Hardware aDd Cutlery, Crockery anJ Gla .vre. ARTICLES MUSICAL IXSTUCMEXTS, attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The .1
I_ hate and Cp, Baot and Shoes, S.i i ller.', .&il i I I PERFUMERY, Ac, Ac, Ac. Subscriber has been known in this community for Perkly, Parkhurst & Co., Jacksonville.MECKLEXBERGII "" .
aartmei of Bur ks a number of year as Auctioneer and other iseHe .-
Jarg > and Stationery, an t all I I All of tha alove Goud will le cold on a* good MILLS. NewnansvOle.
.b.rsr&icle. witedtothe trade to hich they offers no recommendation, but desire. that inquiries asks,
-. tart the atteutioo of the public and; uk thcui to tenus.22 at any house in this city.II E. W. CLARK. should be made concerning himf elf of any Blackwood & Taylor, Jacksonville. "' DIng HenoTating Establishment,
I eaU aad examine their tock before purchasing> July commercial bouse at the place of his residence. CAROLINA MILLS. cc 73 York-tt, near the Court house,
hwwbere, a* they flatter tbemselve that they Since the fire he ha* located his store on Forsyth JaeboariUe. SAVANNA, GEO.
'.actt a*low a* anyone else l for cash country To Planters and lumbermen. street on the burnt district, where his Auction onRinc Kelly & Co., Jacksonville. ", 73.j3 Established 1852. 'J
i also at conducted and whore h II
I pedae ** present *
'['HE undersigned haringfurmcd copartnership the most reasonable FI.OlUD.lUI.I..S.. julyS tohipatrons and friend
T. H. BlRTOS. | M. W. GRAVE?, keep on hand on terms TIIESnbscriber.gratefal
't JL fur the purpose of transacting a FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, Fairbanks A; Co., Jacksonville. ; Woodstock ., would state thai,in
e; in/urn rirX.IV M. W.GaATK. wonlespeetfufl'. GeJl Merchant Jiu inets at For Cash and Country Produce. Mills. addition to the improvements in Dying acquired:
the public that h.aWl continues the )MAGNOLIA, F., jnly 8-tf CHARLES DzWALL PALMETTO MILLS. so by him daring his last visit to Englan I ant Scotland -

t S J JLGV. RREAf BUSINESS, would pcctfull call tho attention of all who are H. Solleo Jacksonville. has made arrangement for extending his
w door went uf Dr. II. D. Holland'*residence desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their largo and Mechanics,Inventors and Manufacturer' a business by which he is now enabled to Dye a greater
-. July 8, 1654.S well selected Stock consisting in part of PIKENIX MILLS. Augustine variety of Color*on Silk anJ \Ta Den Dresses,
Dry Good, Uroceriei. Queewwarc, $570. IN CASH PRIZES. 570. Stephens & Footer, Jacksonville. .. .4' Shills Ac,which ho trusts will generally pie we" all-
.' A Warning. lIsts, Caps, Orockery and GJIUI"are. VOLUME TEX or -"FcresTiric AMERICA -4 who may favor him with,tb.toW patronage '
S y Delay not{ harbor not in your mini tha j Boot and Shoes, Drug, Medicine, commence on the 16th September. It bchtefty'devoted CLIFTON MILLS. S qenUeu1 n's Qarments Pyedj, Cleaned or KanoTatod -"
enteoefef footf pbiTojojiy, that a disease will Iron N.ibo. JVint, Oilt, to the advancement of the interest of Jlf*. Taylor, Richardson A Co., Jacksonville. V aa day bt, rt.uir d,' 1. the ama- superior

<. .(*Vc r4ef ItMlf'or Chat you can cur it with ccrtala I Hardware and Cutlery, Window Glass. ehanict, Inventors,Maaufadurer.cnd Farmer, SPRINGFIELD MILLS.E. style which ha geUeraU.IO much pleased hit patrons .
Particular attention paid to the Provision Bn inrw. i- and is edited by men practically skilled the arts .OeahvWacassana. and frimdt.
t edidae*Car a few dUlan Beware how you Hay Born Mc I"ork. Flour, Caoon Fun and sciences- Probably no other journal of'the A. DtCOTTES, Jacksonville.MOODY'S \ .4 ladiM'-Bo pet* ). Bleached and Pressed in:

T; tamper with your geaeral welfare. Molasses Sugar, constantly on hand in same character i* *o extensively circulated, or co tt'I the most fas.hionabld ., Orders from the country -.
C :'T* wfld aad vicioiu youth,why wiCyon persIst titie largequan-II generally esteemed for practical ability. Near.' MILLS.P. julyS ffitoUi attended. to. Term moderate.
la Produce of all kind. purchased. IT all the Valuable Patent which woe weekly Moody, Jacksonville.BELLECILVSSE Wtet; ]patceLs are sent by steamboat or railroad
I, ,doiaf.vita UM filthy aause*tipgooio pound*dai.ljrprCerdthar AU are invited to call before making purchases from the Patent Office are Uluttrted uiifiEngravinqt u wo N hc.\ld be sent him by letter through UI..

1 by impairiag your appeti and ebewbere. and the claims of all the Patents are pub. A; FINEGAN'S MILLS "II Post Office so that h* may know where to call for.
difMtioa, MIl destroying jou mentally a* well a* N. B.-A large assortment of Negro Good,inch lubed regularly its columns a* they are Issued, Bellechasse & Finegan, Jacksonville julyS Tampa.. them. ; S

... .,. S : yhyfieaJly,when you eaa U eared with a few Jo- a* Kr ey*, Blanket, 4e. thus making it a perfect SCIEMTIFC un MECBASII- uw jaUB ALEXANDER GALLOWAY.
jaly &-tf UENDRICKS A CHESS. CAI.EHCTCLOPEDI A of information upon the cub.jcct REED & HOLMES'S MILLS. : -
tl..t BMdieiae 1 of Mechanical Improvements, Chrautlry, Reed A; Holmes Jacksonville.' PEA De Solo ". FORT 4 DCNHAM.
4 S TM who an Ua annoyed and wish to b* re- a Notice. Engineering and the Science generally. It u U FACTORS AXD

eii1 tbih, cad vigor by a treatment at once THE CO-PARTNERSHIP, under the firm of published weekly in quarto form suitable for bind MAYPORT MILLS.' Jaly8' I' COMMISSION M nCHANTs..
S PICKXEY A CO,;i thi diol- log and each volumae contains tico.
*day Four Hundred and u
I pUaaut aad effoctaa"! should eoncalt Dr. MORMJB. Hoop & Parsons R.Fort. .
; Henry |I. T.K..Dnahem.JOHN
niL cattlement of its affair, by mutual Sixteen Page of Reading Matter Several Hundred Key",&
IQf taocc.** ia' chrvoio- dieae* ha beenrpat agreement devolve tm WILLIAM M. TUNNO, Engravings with a full and complete Index. Mayport Dural County, 11.. 'RICHARDSON .

t I r thaa that T any other physician of hi*day. to whom all person having demand or being indebted Its circulation on lt Volnm exceeded 23,000 PANAMA ,MILLS.E. S...". 5 '' FACTORS, ,* W-.
Mary wU have bees ft*ytan afflicted with disaaNcreoa an' '.- copies per week, and the practical receipts in one ".< < "
aeaoMrMalUng from exee**, have WILLIAM M. TUl\"NO. volume are worth to any family much more than R. Gilchrist, Panama Duval County. EnUrprim. SeynnahiCeoryia. ;: .
,INa rertered to health and vigor under hit really R. Q. PINCKXEY, Ja. the subscrif tlou price. Poet office at Jacksonville. julyS 118.: QffletaHJP N. 1 edlforsi'.4ieW.
: : Msli lrIatae.t.I Charleston, August 3Irt 1854. The following CASH PHIZES are offered by the \ .1 S --
1b a iwnaaal laterviev be objectionable, SepLI 23 Publishers for the fourteen largest list* osnb.cri- ST.; JOHNS:MILLS.:, Adamsrin: Ei3uker5 .
C $ 7oar**".Is fUar-eAdo. are dollars bers sent in by the 1st of January, 1865:-S100 will J. P.'Sanderson k Co. ," .BBOIEB AND G U4tol
p -aas Dr. VT. IL MORRIS through tb* PortSavao&ah .> The f'rlber. be Inn for toa largest list j f75 for the aaeondi -PoaVofficeat Jacksonville.NASSAU cc COMMISSION 'MERCHANT.
: & is, Ga, sad a package of medicine. Continual the bn 1ne heretofore earrfed ca 'nn. 165 for the third|1155 for the fourth i j $50 for tha 4- .1., a', .. ,.'fLrimmln > .*" >. |J
rel7p1ap5wW UtM privately' aad with derlhe name of TUXNO..PIXCK5EY 1' CO, fifth ; |45 for tho sixth t HO for tha seventh; S35 MILLS. JulyS
.5 n et dir.ctines therewith, and D04U. and tender to his friend the renewal of hi* service for the eighth; 930 for the ninth; 25 for the tenth; BeUeohasse & Fineg&n, Nassau RherPost - S

: *. WILLIAM. U. .TUXNO, J S20 for the eleventh $15 for the twelfth f' $10 for office at Jacksonville, _:' ,FJTILADELPIU4; ,
c: .1&-1 a&a***,,,, afflicted with Sero.C :,Sept I 2J3 the thirteenth; $5 for the fourteenth. The ClUb 'WTUL .

1 -.tfta,OU mOueen Pile*. Fbtala In will be paid to the order of the successful lOID ti. .ORAOE'nLLS.. JulyS MALOJJB TAYLOR. .
c .Aa Gravel 6UioUre<}l.4a/er wy ake. what A CARD. tor Immediately after the the lit of January,1855. JA.'Ill Colo & Co. f fMAGNOtJ. LUMBER AND COMMISSION ME%
," atu grayaW or e.sllgaant e'oarsckr usa T WOULD take thi,method-of infor ing 07 Traits i-One copy, ODe year, $2 1 ODe copy, ate : /'Shb.l., .
., Arid a&. byeeiaaltiag .Dr.gj'b X. trieD and easterners and pnblia generally,that months $1; five copies, six months$4 1 ten copies, .WLLS. .CHANTS, .
) .,. finer the great tr* iQ.laeboDYille. | hay relabC *- months, t8 1 tea copies, .twelve month, $15; I, T. 0, IIcDdrickfagno1isTh- an prepared to 'PAiladdpAir ,"
S C MaaTrtnai plaaat aa< afe,NIl U tent per Mag bd in the MW building opposite the reU fifteen copies twelve month*, $22; twenty ,copies JolyB' VI11 Jf II.1 plkit eoBsigaawmU atSHINGLES
.' .\* & Dattod SOU deuce of Jr.Baldwin, where I bar*.Opened the: twalra months $29 in advance. ._ -'BURLINGTON-MILLS. : :AND.LATHS,, QVfllB1lN LtJIIJlS ..
Partfcatar atleatina girn u Uu treatea.ntof.* Apothecary HaU-ariU M 'eatir, new stock of No Dumber subscriptions above twenty eta b* : -. w\UffCIf pbire.1 ladTwr inade.aVT.BBOCK 'Un1' S
tea La Fba4ei.LTRIC1IARDQN .

t. iwa'i1ou.m.' .WJ.' ., rr Artfclaa.Oombs Bnuh, Candias Garden and ,different Um. and from different Port Offlce :: P-ALATKAULLB, '- ., 40. .
.5 teri, ratuac or 1M'.W., .. Flower* **.. Burning Fluid Lampwaaks Southern and Wattara.otonaj taken for rabamp. S ": .I. .1a.u' LBPKMANJacksnnvRlsTla.S .
''..1a7 aU taIN .ltrom"I& Lamp, PatoU.and OUv Window GUa*, Pntty;Jko. ? PaJatka Steam 8 w Mill Go, Paktk*." I ; : : a." _. .
es1lxe.wtreanLe4 r-" soda 'T ,***lOners l W.OODlaud.part. LetUnihootdba'directed,"postpaid, to Urn 4 at 1tbe J A. BABBEB ''- .
: 't Att irtawfi -Metxv"* eadoa"'Iie'; Ung, to tie had at tha eoaaUr at all Urn*, Saadayszevpaad. a. 1281' treM l,1.. -, ,' OVXDarA1fD,HA.ClJIYQRKI.. : J lyI5.6ia- ". 'EJ ii: ia't. c r "
:1. fee 44rM Dr.. Wij.ayssh ..! % t-r*> ,.'- .- : :JI an.:Muu A Co.ara extensively angagai ta N. ; ,
$ Q" .' ._ eaB bar* thalr ; pov emmir Lot VIkrsyAtJLkritsis,)
tit' pn-crlptU, put n procuring paUni for...1oy ticJDe.and will ad- JACKSONVILLE'FOUNDRY-cAND '.
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