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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:
December 2, 1854
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v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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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AUTHORITY. October, eighteen hundred. and eighteen, of the President, stipulated in the !I of December,"eighteen hundred and five, 1! lairaaats,referred to in these provisions, the third of .Ugit tcmber eighteen hundred ( .; ,
four thousand dollars ; fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenthofJuly three hundred dollars. f un'Jl said tribe shall have assented to the and 'I three thouannd-iloflars < ,
L A W S For permanent annuity, the eighteen hundred and thirty, two I Paw1t.-For agricultural implements ; amenJment.oC the Senate of the United For permanent & For twenty-third Of twenty-sorett r JDa
supplement treaty of the twenty-fourth hundred and twenty dollars; during the pleasure of the President, stipulated to treaty, on account of which fourth article of the ments for six, agriculturists purchase of
OF THE UNITED STATES. ptembr, ;ighteen hundred and twen For fulfilling the stipulations contained infourtlfLc1e of the treaty ,of the I I th snrstlns! : are appropriated. ninth of Sptembr'.ei. oxen. ploughs/and! other implemeataystlpulatedinthe -

ty-nine, one thousand dollars; in the fifth artcle of the treaty of the six ninth of October, .eighteen hundred and '. S Natw1 New .Jtor/r.-For perma- lventen, t\'O fifth article of the treaty .1
PUBLIC ACT OF 334 CONGRESS For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in teenth of)lrch, eighteen hundred and fif one thousand dolar. njent annuity, stipulated in the sixth arti For permanent the fifteenth of September, :eighteen hoav

OF TiE the private article of supplemental treaty ty-four, forty-one thousand dollars; Uaraomi8 of. .- permanent c c'of the treaty of the eleventh of Norcmbet of salt, stipulated in the dredand thirty-two,two thousand are feB*
UNITED STATES. of the twenty-fourth of September, cigh- For survey ing and marking the boundary annuit stipulated in the second ar- seventeen.hundred and ninety-four treaty of the seventh died dollars; -:
teen hundred and twenty-nine, t the treaty of the reservation of land stipulated in cle of treaty v of the seventeenth of November four thousand five hundred dollars.Senscasof hundred and three, For twenty-third of twentyseren Install
Patted at the first vat begun of the third of eighteen hundred the first article of the of the sixteenth I hundred and four For blacksmith and f,1hc" Octobr, treaty |' eighteen seven, I !te? York,-For permanent: ments for pay of two physicians,'stipulated
and held at the ton, and dollars of March eighteen hundred and fif hundred dollars. in of interest Pleasure of the .
eighteen hundr ; annuity, on Eock per in the \.article of the treaty Of the fifteenth '
t in the District of Columbia, on Monday. For life annuity to Itipulatc in ty-four, one thousand two hundred dollars.Oltoes I Pota1aomie8.-For permanent annuity -I act of the n'netecnth: of tourth article,of the SeptemUr eigbtwa1 hundred tad

the 5th day of DecemberbJ3.andend- tho supplemental article to treaty of an ilIi.sourias.-For blacksmithand stipulated article of the hundred and thirty-one, six thousand dollars August eighteen thirty-two four hundred'dollars ; _, -
ed on llonYI the. 1th day o.August. i I' the twenty-sixth October, eighteen hundred during the pleasure of thelrsident treatyofthe third of .ugust seventeen 1 ; eight hundred and forty For interest one tcSUnmone.hundred

1854. and thirty-two, one hundred dollars ; stipulated in the fourth article hundred and ninety-five,Ohf dollars !- For inerests in lieu of investment, on For iron and steel thousand dollars, at fire per centum, stipulated -
FaiNKLix Pitncr.: President DAVID For permanent provision for blacksmith of the treaty of the fifteenth of July, eighteen ; seventy-five thousand! dollars, at five per pleasure of the iri the fburthsriicli of the treaty of
IL ATCHINSOV,President of the SenateproItmpore. and. assistant, stipulated in the sixth ar- hundred and thirty, seven hundred For permanent annuity,stipulated in the centum, per act of twenty-seventh of June tourth article of the the first of November eighteen; honored
LINN Boro,Speaker of the Houseof tical of the treaty" of the third of October, and twenty dollars; third al.tcle of the.treaty of the thirtiethof eighteen hundred nnd fortr-six.three thousand August, eighteen and tb.rty-seven; fifty-fire tboosaod dol-

l Iteprescntatives. eighteen hundred and eighteen, seven hundred For iron and steel for shop, during the September, eighteen hundred and nine, I seven hundred and f fifty dollars.StockbriJges two hundred and twenty loin; '
(In coninuion and twenty dollars; pleasure of the President, stipulated in the five hundred dollars ; ,-For interest on sixteen Seneca and / For interest on eighty-five thousand doLlars

For the lirst "uiblalinent: of interest at For permanent provision for iron andsteel fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenth For permanent annuity, stipulated in the thousand five, hundred dollars, at five per annuity, at five per centum, stipulated in the
ire per centum on one hundred ii! -.u>;:iJ fur feliop, stipulated in the sixth arti- of July, eighteen hundred and thirty, two thir article of the treaty of October, eigh- centum, stipulated in the ninth article of the treaty of the I fourth article of the treaty of the thirteenthof ;
dollars fur education, per ,-e.'oIJ article of l cle of the treaty of the third of October, hundred and twenty.dollars ; ten, two thousand five hundred dollars; the treaty of the twenty-fourth of November eighteen hundred and ei October, eih ken hundred and forty-six,
the treaty of the cig I iteentn of Maone. 1 eighteen hundred and eighteen, two hundred For fulfilling the stipulations containedin I For permanent annuity. stipulated in the i ,eighteen JJndrd: Corty-ght, eight baud dollars four thousand two hundred and fifty dollars -
thousand.eight hundred and fifty-lour, five and twenty* dollars ; i the fifth article of the treaty of the fifteenth -i second article of the treaty of twentieth ofSeptember hundred and twenty-dollars. For blacksmith and I ; .

thousand dollars; For interest on forty-six thousand andeighty I of March, eighteen hundred and fif eighteen hundred and twenty- Sioux fltississippi.-For interest on pleasure of the For the expense of negotiating treaties

For the payment of this.sum the first dollars at five per centum:being the ty-four, twenty thousand dollars; eight, two thousand dollars; three hundred thousand dollars,at fire per fourth article of the and making presents of goods sad
instalment in money, per second article of value of thirty-six ections of land set apart Fur surveying and marking the boundary For ito annuity to chief, stipulated in [: centum, stipulated in the second article of I of July, eighteen provisions to the Indians tribes in the Territory -
the treaty of the eigliU-cutU of May, one l Iy treaty eighteen hundred and twenty- of the reservation of land stipulated in tl e second article of the treaty of the twentieth |: the treaty of the twenty-ninth of September eight hundred and forty of Oregoa,sixty-eight thousand dollars
thousand eight hun Ire J an,1 fifty'-f.>jr,twcu- nine for education, stipulated in resolution the firat article of the treaty of the fifteenth September eighteen hundred and !I eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, for iron and steel for jFor
of the Senate of the nineteenth" of January ofMarcli. eighteen hundred and fifty-four hundred dollars I I pleasure of the President
ty-fivc thousand dollar ; I j twenty-eight, one ; j! fifteen thousand ; the expenses of negotiating treaties
I dola
For the payment fot iinproveincnts and ,I oiiu thousand eight hundred and thirtyeight eight hundred tolarl. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the j i For eighteenth twenty instalments A I lourth article of the with and making presents of goods and
I the expenses of appraising the same on the I two thousand three huudrcdandfourdullard I Ol01l.-F permanent annuity, tip second article of the treaty of the twenty- annuity-in goods, sipntate in the second |'of July, eighteen prOTisions to, Indian tribes in the territory
land per C.urL article of the treatyof ; in fourth article of tho treaty ninth of July, eighteen hundretanl twen i article of the treaty twenty-ninth of i:two hundred and twenty of Washington, forty-five thousand. dollars
the a'l'eighteenth May, one thousand. ForMa Indians,or&minoles.-For cle- the third of August, scventcn hundred and ty-nine, sixteen. ; I September eighteen hundred and thirty- i Seneccu.-For ; '
hundred and fifty-four, fifteen thousand \' ; instalments in goods,stipulated nin ty-fn', one thousand dollars ; I' ,For life annuity to chief, stipulated in I seven, ten thousand dollars; .hated in the fourth For expenses of negotiating treaties with
eight '
dollars ; in the sixth article of the treaty of permanent annuity, stipulated in the the third article of the treaty of the twentieth -: For the eighteenth i of twenty instalmentsfor :the enty-nmth of and making pe ents of goods and provisi as

For and subsitenc and in con the fourth of January, cghtl'l hundred second article of the treaty se>enteenth ofNovember of October, eighteen }hundred and the purchase of medicines, agricultural hundred and seventeen, to, the Indian tribes in. the Territory
rmua release of all claims per I ,an J! CortJ-Jvl two tho ; dol.trs; e.gliteen: hundred and sven, I thirty-two, four hundred dollars; I implements, and and for support of lars ; Utah,forty-five thousand dollars; 4
eighth article of the treaty of the eighteenthof I \ of fifteen in eight hundred dollars ; For the last of twenty instalments as I farmers pty sok. stipulated For permanent annutr For the expenses of negotiating treaties

Way, one thousand eight hundr ana inoiiey, stipulated in the sixth article of For ]icriiianent annuity, stipulated in the annuity, stipulated, in the third article of in the second blcksmith ty of fourth article of with, and making presents of goods and
fifty-four, twenty theuand ,lolar!. I the treaty uf the fourth of January eighteen fourth article of the treaty) of the seventeenth the treaty of the twenty-sixth of September -I the twenty-ninth of September, eighteen September, eighteen provisions to, the Apache, Navajoe. and
Sacs Foxes Jliouri.-for expenses I hundred and forty the and fourth article of September,eighteen hundred and fi.htechundrd and t thirty-three hundred and thirty-ven eight thousand teen, five hundred do1 Utah Indians, in the Territory New
an o provided of he treaty of the ninth of May,one eighteen, one thousand five hundred dollars !- fourteen thousand. dollars; I two hundred and fifty dollars; For blacksmith Mexico, thirty thousand dollars i

for in selecting the first article of: the treaty of thousand eight hundred and thirtyt'Osthrl' ; For life annuity) to eliief.% stipulated in I For eighteenth of twenty instalments forth pleasure of the President For the expenses of holding council

the eighteenth of May, one thousand eight thousand dollars; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the the thir article of tho treaty of the tweni I purchase of provision: stipulated in fourth article of the tr with7 and making presents of goods and
hundred and fifty-four and for _surveying lowas.-For interest on one hundred fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-j tr-si tl of September, eighteen hundred j the second article of the treaty of the twen- eight of February, provisions to, the- Blackfeet Gros Veatrw,
and marking the exterior lines oCt he same, and fifly-fceu-n thousand five hundred dollars ninth of August, eighteen hundred and i and thirty-thr seven hundred dollars: I I tv-ninth_ of Sentember. eighteen hundred thirty-one, eight other wild tribes of Indians,' immedV

tire hundred dollars; at the pr cntul stipulated in the twenty-one,one thousand dollars; For the last of twenty instalments annuity and thirty seven. five .thousand five hundred lara; ately within or adjacent to the>'ea Urn'
For the first of four instalmcnt, per see- second treaty of the nineteenth Otaua. and C/&ippewas.-Fvr the last I stipulated in the second supplemental dollars; For iron and steel for boundary of Washington: Territory,'eighty

on I article of the treaty of the eighteenthof of October, eighteen hundred andthirtyeight of twenty) instalments in money stipulated article of the treaty of the tw entv.sixthI For fourth of fifty instalments at the pleasure of the President thousand dollars ; > '
May, one thousand eight hundred and seven thousand eight hundred in tile fourth article of the treaty of the September, eighteen hundred and thirty- rate of five per centum,on one million three fourth article of the To pay Andrew Taylor for his reserva
flf.y-four, fifteen thousand dollars; and seveuty-five dollars twenty-eighth day of March, eighteen hundred I three, two thousand dollars ; hundred and sixty thousand dollar,stipulated eighth of of six hundred and forty acre*-of land
For removal and subsistence and in sat- KaJUl.-For interest on two hundred I and thirty-eix, thirty thousand dollars -I For education during the pleasure of I In tho fourth article of the twenty- thirty-one. two Chico-OId-town. on the waters of4 tb ?

ifftction of all claims and demands, per thousand dolar at five per centum, stipulated ; Congress, stipulated in the third article! of:\ third of July, one thonand eight hundred lars ; River, (fourteen thOt15anr..n
ictu article of the treaty of the eighteenth in S'nd article of the treaty of, For interest, to be paid as annuity, on the treaty of the sixteenth of October. and fiftv-one sixty-ei;ht thousand dollars; For pay of miller, and twenty dollars, ,with interest
of May, one thousand eight hundred and the fourteenth of January eighteen hundred two hundred thousand dollars, at six percent eighteen hundred and twenty-six,two thou I For fourth of fifty instalments at the the President! stipulated the twenty-third day August,sigh
fifty-four, live thousand dollars and forty-six, ten thohsad dollars; l per annum, stipulated in the rsolu. .sand dollars; rate of five per centum on tho hnndredand tide! of the treaty of the hundred and fortythree.For .
For defraying the expenses of the Creek .Uamte8.-For permanent annuity stipulated -tion of the Senate of the twentieth of May, For permanent provision for blacksmith. I II twelve thousand dollars, being tho amountin February, eighteen the expenses of m n'presents of
Delegation now in the city of Washington in the. fourth article of the tratv of eighteen hundred and t\eh and assIstant, stipulated in the thud article -. lieu of the reservation set apart in the six hundred dollars.Stockbridges..for. implements and farming-atea-
ti'Cli *"* '*-' >ird of October hundred thousand of the of the sixteenth of to the brnds of Feeble Indians
ail' with whom ncaiy nan lately .._. eighteen. doUarr; treaty Octo I I"l third article per Senate's amendment tot m the
included, one thousand oue hundred and dollar and twentv- ;the11easure- ; of Con ;ress* 6lipufal<;uni I ij.t rI\ hFJ\-si.. soyFor i ?"\:..tXCRnA'd3ir! (L J lS.,on. thousandsix Stockbridge Indians to ,> of New Mexico, ten tbousasd dol
ninety-nine dollars alll tift-fh', cent For. permanent provision for blacksmith th fourth article of the treaty of the twen irn and j I hundred dollars; t \i1 RPi. }6t may, u"Tn his direCtkultnVplSShS'

Creeks.For permanent annuity, stipulated -i and ass.stant, stipulated in the fifth article ht of March, eighteen hundred and steel for shop, stipulated in the third article -I For fourth of fifty instalments at the subsistence for oue year resl' require it, be authorized to ox*

in the fourth article of the treaty, of I of the ). of the sixth of October, eighteen thirty-six, five thous&nl dollars ; of the treaty of the sixteenth of October -I rate of five per centum, on one million one eight article of the part of the appropriations herein made

the seventh of August, seventeen hun Ircd. hundred treaty and eighteen, seven hundred For missions for twenty v,years, and during eighteen hundred and twenty-six, two i I, hundred and sixty thousand dollars, stipulated fourth November, making treaties in Oregon, Washington
and ninety, one thousand ti.ehundreJ d l- I and twenty dollars; the pleasure of Congrs stipulated in hundred and twenty dollars; ||I in the fourth article of the treaty of forty-eight, seven and New Mexico, and for.holding
lars; I I For permanent provision for iron and the fourth article of the treaty of the twen- For education during the pleasure of I j the fifth of Auyist one thousand eight hnn- Umpjuat, ( &- at Fort Benton, prior to the com

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the steel for shop, stipulated in the fifth article ty-eighth of lrc1 eighteen hundred and CngS stipulated in the second article of I|I tired and fifty one,fifty-eight thousand dol- first of' twenty men of the next fiscal year;
second article of the treaty of the sixteenth I of the of the sixth of October, eighteen thirty-six dollars ; of the twentieth of September, I I lars; clothing, provis.ons; and Fur adjusting dim'colt'cs and preventing

of June, eighteen hundred and tw o, three hundred treaty) and eighteen, two hundred Fur vaccine matter, medicines; and pay I eighteen.hundred and twenty-tight, one I i,, For fourth of fifty instalments at the in the third article of among tue Ind>ans in ,Oregoa
nineteenth of
thousand dollar; I and dollars of physicians so long the Indians remain thousand dollars; rate of five per centum, on sixty nine thousand September, ten thousand dollars;
For permanent annuity stipulated in the I For twenty permanent provision; for pay of miler on their reservations a stipulated in I For permanent provision for the payj'j I dollars being the amount allowed in dred and fifty-three five ,For general incidental expenses of the

fourth article of the treaty of the twenty- in lieu of stipulated in I the fourth article of the treaty of the tweu.I' mont in money, in lieu-of tobacco, stipu1.I lieu of the reservation of lands set apart by dollars; service in Oregon territory: ., Ud
fourth January, eighteen hundred and fifth, article of gunsmith of the sixth of'i,' ty-cighth March, eighteen hundred and i; ted in the second article of tIle treatyof the third article per Senate's amendment. For the purchase of dollars; ,
wentYlix twenty thousand dollars ; 1 treaty hundred and eighteen, I'I' thirty-six, three hundred dollars; the twentieth of September, eighteen to treaty of fifh) August one thousand eight ; and goods, stipulated in For expenses of insurance' and transpor
permanent provision for blacksmithand I Octubr,fifth eighteen article of the of the For the last of twenty instalments, for j I hundred and twentyeight and the tenth hundred and fifty one, three thousand four the third article of the annuities payable Indian tribes
assistant, stipulated in the eight arti- a,1 twenty-fourth of October, eighteen hundred the purchase of provisions stipulated in the i I article of the treaty of the fifth of June, I Ii hundred and fifty dollars; September, eighteen i the Territory of Oregon, three. thousand..
the treaty of the twenty-fourth of thirty-four, six hundred dollars; fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-- eighteen hundred and forty-six, three hun-i 1 For defraying the expenses of witnesses three one thousand ;, ; >*
e January o eighteen hundred and twenty-six, For fourteenth of twenty. instalments in eighth of March, eighteen hundred and i|' dred dollars ; i marshal attorney, notary, interpreter, and For the erection of For gencnl incidental expenses of the

eight hundred and )rty dollars ; I stipulated in the ccond article of thirtJ.*ix, two thousand dollars ; For permanent provision for blacksmith stationery, and copying evidence, in the in- ploughing and fencing a .J.'I service in Washington. Territory,
For permanent provision for iron and money the of the tw enty' hth of November Fur the last of twenty ins !ments, for and assistant, stipulated in the bccjnd. article | v'estimation of the official conduct of Alexander ing seeds, stipulated in thousand dollars;
steel for IbopJ stipulated in the eighth article : treaty hundred.-and forty, twelve the purchase of six thousand five hundred of the treaty twentieth *>f Sipjtcmber II. Ramsey, late Governor of Minnesota of the treaty of the treaty For general incidental expenses of the

of t treaty of twenty-fourth of thousand, eighteen five hundred dollars ; pounds of tobacco stipulate in the fourth ,eighteen liundrcd and twenty-eight, seven hundred and twenty dollars of September, eighteen service in the Territory"of-New
and hundred and dollars three, one thousand exieo, twenty-five thousand dollars .
January, eighteen twenty-six for payment in article of the twenty-eighth seven twenty ; ;
For provision) treaty .
dollars permanent i For for iron and For services of Robert A. Matthews for Utah -For fulfilling For general incidental expenses of the
two hundred seventy j lieu of laborers stipulated in the sixth article -I March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, permanent Ir'ilion i .
For eighteenth of twenty instalments for uf the of the twent -eighth of I one thousand one hundred and seventy dollars steel for shop stilulat- the second ar- copying the proceedings and evidence in with the Utahs. service in the Territory.of Utah,
the pay of two and aSItuu, November treaty ghtecn: hundred }forty, two ; tee of the of Sep said investigation, under employment of ments of the eighth thousand dollars; ,t_
stipulated the thirteenth article of dollars For the hut of twenty instalments, for eighteen hundred and twentyeighttwo Richard M. Young, one of the commissioners December thirtieth For general incidental expenses-of
March eighteen fifty ; hundred dollars hundred aud dollars forty-nine five thousand service in the Territory ,of,Utah
treaty of the twenty-fourth for agricultural the purchase of one hundred barrels of ; i two fifty ;
hundred and thirty-t, one th For permanent, provision in the fifth article of in the fourth article of the tra.satt For permanent provision for blacksmith | For paying the expenses and fees of witnesses Wyandots. For ; the year ending June thirtieth.-
sand six hundred and eighteen dollars; assistance, stipulated October, stipulate of March, eighteen and a-eistants, stipulated in the second ar- summoned in said investigation by stipulated in the third hundred and fatty-four,tea,thou
For eighteenth of twenty ,for the treaty and two hundred eighteen dollars hundred and thirt.tve, hundred dollar tide of the treaty of the twentyi1h of, the United States, at the instance of Alexander of the seventeenth of ) dollars;
Iron and steel fur shops, stipulated in the hundred eighteen, ; July, eighteen hundred Ramsey, tbrcv CfVr-d 4- dred and forty-two For general Incidental expenses of lh.>

thirteenth article of the treaty of the twen ; For For the last of twenty instalments, fur one thousand four hundred and forty dollars !- hTxnjjfl ars ; service in Washmgton Territory,fof
Eel Ricert ( liam )- permanent lars.Sacs For pennancnTpTWTUM Juno thirtieth
hundred and and Foxeg Missouri.-For interest months ending ,eighteen
of five hundred fish barrels ; I
ty-fourth eighteen the fourth article of the I
o Ia forty dollars; annuiy.stipulated third in of seventeen purchase in the fourth article of the trea- For permanent provision for iron aud on ono hundred and fifty-seven thousand and Jistant stipulated in and hfty-four. five-thoiizanddoljFPpsymentOf1aecfbP1iispor, .
tr1.t.o. provision for pay of.whlwrgt a treaty of the AUgst stipulated ty twenty-eighth March, eighteen steel for shop, stipulated in the second article four hundred dollars at five per cen- of the treaty of the ;: i j':
hundred and -
stipulated in to eighth article lve and thirty-six, four hundred dol of the treaty of the twenty-ninth of tum, stipulated in the second article of the eighteen hundred and .
of the twenty-fourth of January dollars; in the hundr July, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, treaty of the twenty-first of October, eigh- dred and forty dollars; of presents, goods and, provisions. ,'
c eighteen and twcut-il six. For permanent annuity stipulated For; three blacksmiths for twenty four hundred and forty dollars; teen hundred and thirty-seven,seven thou For permanent the Camanches. Kiowars.and otherla-
the years
hundr I third article of the treaty of twenty- the of For permanent provision for purchase sand eight hundred and seventy dollar steel for shop, stipulated on the Arkansas River,one tbomoncT
and stipulated
; and five during pleasure '
band For twenty-fourth dolb. of thirty-three instal frt August, eighteen hundr in seventh article of the Congress of thetwentyeight of fifty barrels of salt, stipulated in the Sacs and :Foxes of 8sippi.-For cle of the treaty of the hnn Ired dollars : "T5.-
meats for stipulated in the thirteenth t\o hundred and fifty ; in the I of March, eighteen treaty hundred second article of the treaty of the tw enty- permanent annuity, stipulated in the third March eighteen hundred Tupay for certain good,,:borrowed by.

tuctn treaty of the tn'enty- Fr permanent annuity,of stipulated.the thirtieth and thirty-six, three thousand one hundred I: ninth of July, eighteen hundred and twen article of the,treaty of the third of November two hundred and seventy agent J. S. Watroua to. fulfil trtatyr
of the
fourth March, one thousand eight hundred -! article treaty hundred and nine and sixty.dollars ; ty-nine, two hundred and fifty dollars ; eighteen hundred and four, one thousand For permanent with the Chippewas be re'
and tbirty.two, and fourth article oCt I of September, eighteen dollars For iron and steel for shop for twenty I For education during the pleasure of dollars ;, stipulated in the fourth : out of annuity: gOads but'which,
treaty of the fourth of January, eigh throe hundred and fifty ; of and during the pleasure of Congress- Congress s, stipulated in the fourth articleof For twenty-third of thirty instalments, of the seventeenth of the agency buildtngVere consumed
hundred and forty-fit, three thousand JIlnmonie-For nineteenth twenty years, in the seventh article of the treaty -,I the treaty of the twenty-seventh of Oct as annuity, stipulated in the third article of dred and forty-two, five fire, in May, eighteen hundred and-flf-a
dollars instalments, a annuity; ia money, stipulated stipulated March I t ber, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, the treaty of the twenty-first of September, IVeas.-For.permanent four thousand on*,hundred 'and!
; of of the of eighteen
of the
For interest three hundred and fiftythousand in the second article treaty hundredand hundred and twenty-eight sis hundred and two thousand dollars; eighteen hundred indo thirty-two, twenty ted in the fifth article of : dollars and three cents;.,'
o at fire per the third of September, eighteen thirty-si Quapavs. For education during the thousand dollars ; second of October, For payment in full tu the ,Winnebago
cum.atipu. dollar ,
dola thirty-sir, twenty dollars; sixty ; in the three thousand of 1ml ana of certain
lated in article of treaty for pleasure of the President, stipulated For twenty-third of thirty i instalmentsfor eighteen. unexpended
th of November, hundred For nnetenth': twenty instalments for For gunsmith for chop twenty year third article of the treaty of the thirteenth gunsmiths stipulated in thefonrth article _' IVinnebagocs:-For of appropriations:'nndel various'
twenty-third eighteen and the Congress stipulated -
and seventeen ud two blacksmiths aistnts. stipulated article of tho of of May,eighteen hundred aud thirty-three of the treaty of tho twenty-first of ty instalments, as annuity e on account of annuities i cucticjn. .
thirty-eight in seventh
of the the treaty
ta the second article the treaty ,
haodwd dollar in March hundred one thousand dollars; September, eighteen hundred and thirty | second article of the good, tic forty".thousand and. I
fir of ,
; e.zhtecn; hundred and the twenty-eighth eighteen
third of September, hundred dollars and f
the aixty-nineeatg!
For eleventh of twenty for and six hundred For blacksmith and assistant, during two, six hundred dollars; August, eighteen fijj;
in the in.twenL aricle thirty-six, one thousand four hundred and thirty-six, for dolar; pleasure of the Prsident stipulated in the For twenty-third of thirty instalments eighteen thousand dollars For payment of balance '(xmd idae the
and steel
stipulated For iron shop twenty
euctn fourth oJanuary1eigh- forty dollars; of/0 third article of treaty of the thirtieth for i iron and steel for shop,stipulated in the For twenty-thjrd t. Indians for losses' eoMained daring
o t tt1 of t three thousand For nineteenth of twenty instalments for years, and in during the seventh the pleasure article of Congress the treaty -, of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-tbico, fourth article:of the"treaty"of the twenty- ments u annuity, war with Great DntaiD. b11 that por
In the
hur fury.fie iron and steel for shops, stipulated stipulated March eight hundred and forty dollars ; first of September eighteen hundred and article of the treaty of the of the tribe who. were .friendly and
; and assistant during second article of the treaty of the third ofSeptember of the twenty-eighth of hundred, eighteen and For iron and steel for shop, daring the thirty-two, two hundred and twenty dollars tember, eighteen hundred with the.United ad
For blacksmith th hundred and two .
hundred and
in eighteen thirty- thirty-si pleasure of the President, stipulated in th? ten thousand dollars ;' to tbe'apP1'.priationor tthJj
pleasure of the President, stipulated the tt six., four hunJr and forty dollars; twenty (Ionar; : third article of the treaty of the thirteentho.lay : For; twenty-third of thirty instalmentsfor twenty-sixth of August, eighteen hundred and flftyHwa
of the treaty fonrtltb instalments for For two farmers and assistants, during
For of twenty for the of fifty hundred and
St ace and thirty- eighteen hundred and thirty-three, blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in fifty-ejght'doUars tea
hundred in
J eighteen dollars the purchase provision, stipulated in the the pleasure of the Prlident stipulated I two hundred and twenty dollars ; the fourth article of the treaty of.the twen ulated in the second | .>' .. ,, -'_ _* >
and of the
.three, eight hundred forty ;thepleasure second article of th treaty of the third of the seventh article aty I Rogue Rivera.- -For the first of sixteen ty-first" September, eighteen hundred the first ofogust For payment to certain, Cree kfjndianf;
briton of a President itecl for shop, the Sptmbr,eighteen hundr and thiryas twenty-ight March, eighteen a hundred hundred I instalments-- in blankets,' clothing, (farming a(thirty-two, eight hundred and forty twenty-nine, two. their individual reserves sold with the
,Itiptd.n 'thousand ; thir.six utensils, and stocky stipulated in third article dollars;, lars; of the Secretary of War,in the
fifth'article of tho treaty and thirty- nineteenth of twenty instalments for ; I of the treaty of the tenth,of ,September -' twenty-third' of. thirty- instalments Fur tweflty-sbc of eighteen hundred and lrtyiin., the
eighteen hundred the purchase of two thousand ponnda of For two mechanics during the- pleasure hundred ; the purchase.of three of Indian.Aflairs havfcg'r
.two for in **
o.ebr dollars ,eighteen for iron and steel shop stipulated
; and seventy ; in the second article of of the stipulated in the seventh I ar' ontbr' in the the ermIJd ration the
\t of tb.stipulated President thousand fire hundred the fourth article of tho treaty of the twenty tobacco, stipulated /\, use of said
&on-nsket, daring in the the pleasure fifth arti treaty of the third September, eighteen article hundred of the twenty-eighth and i For the purchase I,of agricultural)imple first of September,eighteen hundred andthirttw the treaty Of the first of in certiQcatrt of (fe icOn: ,the
thirty-six- ,
t Paet ltpt of hunl and thirty-six, four hundred Marchr eighteen clothing and such other articles as !, two hundrednud twenty dollars hundred. and twenty-nine 'and Mechanics Bank or--cazam.
hundred dollars ,
d trat1 te rour Feb dollt; one thousand two ; :'ment conducive to, the comfort : lars ; Georgia, which:tailing while laid cer
JJ eighteen hunrd, ad t1-tr nineteenth of twenty'instalments for OagelFor seventeenth twenty instalments and my necessities of said Indians and for 'the. For-tw nt'-thIrdof thirty \\i i instalmentsJbrjbrty ,Fortwentr-third oftwe $,were in thm hand*pf"tbe commis
; theo (arming utensils and cattle,stipulated the u annuity, stipulated in the second I expenses,of such permanent improvements 1. barrels of salt. '' the meats, for the purchase became lost to,laid.Indians two
agricultural implements during article of the of the third article of the of the eleventh of i land fire hundred pounds of six hundred dollars) *
ra in the'elt second treaty o tt. i U may been made by claimants to fourth article of the treaty of the twenty- #
and bye
pleasure the_ President stipulated September, eightn' hundred and thirty- January eighteen'! 'on nawedifi-the second article first of September; eighteen'hundred andthirtytw' in the>fifth article of the: Texas Indiaiu for compensation
twenty- dollars t .
of te trt1.O't and six, five dol; twenty,thousand 1 of treaty,stipulated in the third article two hundred dollars; "" teenth September, sr4ionr4Iterprss
.. f o laU eightee hun Tot nineteenth .twenty Instalments for For eDtth'of twenty instalment' the, the tenth of Septcbr\ F twenty-third of thirty instalments" ? thirty-two three hundred the Indians, tribes of TexasTaadJor UM
tl.tS d 4U thirty barrels of a, stipulated in the:second for twoit' ,.. stipulatedin or it.or and ,' \ for kegs of tobacco, stipulated the. ,For twenty-sixth tribes of Texas,,,md. for thevBor-
tou forty
,'during r'ofte f article of .treaty of,the, third ,ol of treaty 'President the fifth-* .hundred. and, of January., and doa "the third article For the of makmtth.aiece.aa.i
,'ltpj September,eighteen trY"1li. ighte hndr ,. for the property of the tint of,September,; eighteen: hundred.and. 'lated' in expenses
'1 tbe treaty U. of"February, one fifty dollars. thlrty-nino. two_th doll; whites .the late war stipulated tbirfytwx> ei hundred dollars f the first of.AupIC-. < aeletionsand surreys of Jand fcraccon-
ete. hundred and tl-t' 0, 'oHhir fifteen"lDtmt.l r"pr" : ForJrta o It1.nme'tbnd! one i deitr.e ; of tho .tenth of 'For interest, r oir'Iwy hundred 'thousand .twenty-nine, two. the, Indians 'residing"within the

cUt. of h Ddr ,, per, Septembereighteen; hundred and fifty-three, Collars at five ce&tunx stipulated in therticlo' and sixty dollars J. of Texas agreeably to ,arraagctBents
For the running and un the th ttl'ofb eighteenth of. October being, the\valuatipn. ot-.fifty-four' fifteen, thousand dollar; ,. ; second, of per.tbVfrreQtyfirst October .'twenty-sixth ,of : by an act of legislature: of
. the t., boundary line of eighteen hadidot' tionsoflaudaetaprtbytbatretyOtthe For com :,hundred.:and :thirty-seven ten i for iron aodsUel for shop State allowing tbevreqoiwt*joritdJc.-
thousand fn1-igt.1 nundred said DstQ ad'pesso eighteen ,. ,. :
cwatiT, .Of Arkansas/eight second of June, eighteen tn-en- ; thousand dollar third article'of the the Government of UM UDite4Stat

dollars; .fulfilling treaty stipulations ty-fivefor educational nro$ "pr'1a of the treaty'of teatn l'tdj. fcl Fortnterej'I'OIIelght\ 'hundred .thousanddollarsr"at'flv91'pcr 'August* eighteen-hundrtd I purposes,,.tad for coaosatatla|>
Delaware*. For permanent annuity, 'pursuant' to 'the reiqulrementa bitten of the Senate of'the-: ight hundred 'Septbe'J'o6tttJ ,centam?:stipulated, ia six:nundrtdaad sixty aubsistng Utst'Eid tarnlsbinsujto.

stipulated; in-the fourth article of the treaty Wit o t tt.c':the"..treaty January,eighteen hlr.I.ti eight; .j*v vj !, .v .\ :the second-article _of .tho.( treaty,of/the "- :,For 'twenty-Mxtli 9f' :I *.stock""ca __. lDtDtI
thifd Irondred ; hundeed three,thousand ,_ -eix and.oxen and other J> < lclerlpeideat
of& D.Aagt'N f .of September etlf of three;dnnlns.boui a eleventh of October,eighteen hundred tad ifor.1&bOrenf I -
do1 jFor'permanent j* and forty-ni t'tdU dollars, -" ,. of Bald tribe, :tipu->. forty.two'ortythoussnd dollars iTor r [third arttefeoi the treaty I r :eighty-six .-
IU pkews..Yorpeimsitent'anni4ttIpilated : thlrtTaoJ1aN.
annuity, :pnidhas & tt ; hated m.the'fuurtb/ard1 ie ofthe: itreaiyW -7 payment Thompson ConnofandiciConno1ychIldren gost, "eighteen' hundred _
44.-: 'tiirdarHcle of the't19 the thirtieth daring- the President, .tn. IB the fourth rUdepf? the'.trea the'tenth September,',eighteen hundred ,'jJa r:John Can oly. three hundred and JrA ell4 1t -

/"oa"mbr. .h ad'D ItT*the pearot Che ty of the third of" August -hao- and flftf-three 4aento&Uj
: dofianij *- of Jnlyrelghteeq.hundred a: dM'slt&ninetJfivefiTo.t&Ti44bllaTdYor ) :Pf ldttlf.That'" fni f"baUi. A< n-niss..ForpennsncntannuItystip.. taentt for education J3 1n Wi"\O' Aippj4'
,iTot in the thitYhudzed eaty:4o U ir : I permancnt'annnity,ftipqtatcd In the rtkto prDt.mJfl.lfpt R o '''lat' I Utt'fqur1k of .
medqT :RfTt T .
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nation "of,taTtie- o.rertaTB tnUssof.Inans i aCts to Congress at its next session, or Tho following ehows some indications of PLtNTEZiBANLOr.FAiRFIrLtLCQLJ.! : 4.A. camp of)10,000Iniefci s:tojbe i tormi bat'leaving them to the huity:of tho'dti-;1 ; ; *,'' MSO 07 MAMOJTS HEt> .

: ,per seventh irticlo oftlbe InfSy at V vaihcr practicable, together with an estimate returning reason,,which, those who have W, Bryant has relinquished the Agency of at.AldshotftoVi. ,readylforv thetSprfnVcampaign zens'of San Francisco.. tAnti, finallythey' 1-1 .' .
orth of seventeenth of September r for such amount as be found juitjy the Baltic. reolve that they fecilt'V* lnsnlCtoJitendered From the sandy piM fairrco, the mooaUla adl
L max been of late sofantt 1.e'fjrad-a. mad and the Planter's Bank Fairfield, on accountof in V V VV moor, V5V

fJtwha.r and,;;?fifty-on, *". twenty:* I I 1*; due the sa'd:July Indians.Appiwedf 31, .J854.: c have,advocated the -.''gherIaw" doctrine press of other business, and is succeed, Russia: ha*'200,000 men facing the froisi.tcr only one-fourth of"the"iuriount. ;I From thehitilsof th. wu1th". the haUof' UMV -Vt j.

,of ten inetalmMitSMn be : of Austria-while! the latter has.200.000 ,- originally paid'Cur their fares. :: ath!
F pro I should read and: ponder uj3flV'Wbatbu ed by G. Coupcr,Gjbbs, Esq who may ; \ aft r'd a molat partisan Ued, V.-.
I "i.ios and merchandise,. for'pajimtit tfannuities sbe'.th south) ever done, found at the location of-the Agency, hi men on her frontier, and 2jOO i in.,the Upwards of.thlrty Ot1and'fCefS of InuI -<, To.itriie for the (.11.of a rafferin*Ua4: <- V
and transportation of the same to : V have teen at the State-Department f'Our home U lbs forest the the .
Cjjr .fffgrjaV except in self-defence in'our long quarrel, Somcrs' Building. Principalities.V 'V to deposited Our swamp>o certain trb.of Indiana,' per seventh article -I which reconciliation would rankle l in the Czar refused to allow ;Within the fast> thirty for dwellings,tile pine ant tbe palmetto ttuulo... ,V
Fort of seven- upon Those having bminess with the Agency Hi herald that years, I|,I Anti the note of time ngle.tW noftn and r.. V V
o t treaty a l.rti our memories and make it hard fur us to ; t I 1* the fiytoU of battle
Ambassador to enter St. Pe-- right. After this the Boston !1 fur MinoiT Men. '
bent .Srptecrbcr,eighteen; hundrud and : Coriive'and forget ? Poiilitely not one will! be glad to find that Cot Bryant is succeeded f the Prussian ,, copy says *

-;.* ,ctr-tw thousand elolhird ; I. JACKSONVILLE. : I thing. 'ir hare bemuse assailant, the by a. gentleman, who is possessedof tcrsburgh.Mr. j I Statesman, Who says, that Yankees I I Our bc.t blond may rrimmn II. the tU of .'
For surveying-.and1! marking- boundary the mark the the the and Soule has passed through France; on cant whistler Ere V
I ;,tee penecutora, telf- such business talent, integrity j I w cringe a tyrant,or seas to he free i
li of au.tctor tracts of land a may I !juttifving respondent. his to Madrid without stopping. The ; The steamer Yankee Blade spoken ,of Anti though mr I inJ-UrrtM be fertile with
of the SAT U IIDAT. !DECEMBER, J854 V V amenity of manners, as Mr. Glbbs. nay I 1trMUl them fre *
tMe th Ftipulationa Unless chose to live in state of M mea,*r tread thtn DOni
b p'idoj we n no
perpetual above New
the Government was built at York and
i Monsieur was one
of tbe ottwe'ItdkiM Paris organ C Sn2t ADVERTISEMENTS THIS WEEK. I war, we must prevent and punish FEOPLI'J CLOTHING AD DRY .GOODSTORIU with of.the and best Bat when the wild Io of m ecormi -
July fifth August eighteen -i had published a conciliatory :article : strongest sailing ships out I iuu< lI"r D'> born V

tJ hundred.and fifty-onewith the Sioux I Ambler & hoe Ilall; Merchandize.Apothecaries I I all ters.attempt W hatever to decoy repugnance slaves from their to slavery mas -In to-day's paper, Mr. J. Mode regard,to Mr. Soule., i of that port.. She,cost a quarter of.a million Wake. gieii the, .bftl 1 or the. unset, hill. valley u4

thousand two hundred dol- I'egetable Electuary, he associated with him .
V be there is law of the land announce that has is said to havo left : of dollars and insured for I50000. Echo oat with the
1\ Inda1D Soaps, Ettractt. f-e.. may ; a a con- Lord Palmerston was .$ }- answer Marion's men! V
; dalpin House; Middltburg.Ilurton stitution to which wo must submit, or em- his brother in Savannah, and they now offer England on a secret mission to Paris. It : V I V nt.I .
: V
; For cDS'OrlesntiainJ trnt Eofhl & Graves, Consignment V of V 'Apples ploy suitable means to change it. While it a large and new stock of Dry Goods is Cuba and the United I V V I A Wt of bold spirits, a grot of bright LJaoIH.
tenth Spteml.r, remain all to higher law'are whispercd.that LATEST FOREIGN ITEWS. With (harers all chafing) ,drawn ,
and Potatoes.J. our appeals a. and at the sign. of the Giant's np in the hacl.,
, llogue Kher Indians, i fanaticism." Clothing; Stats form the burden of it. The American steamship Baltic, with I Are waiting the iignal that lilt them sway, ,

! and of the nietntl of September eightu i I Stoic.AoiV Mode. Peoples Clothing $ Dry Good u Until ire ditide the Union; or procurea Red Cap, on Bay street next to ,corner of Nine thousand bales of Cotton were destroy -j Liverpool dates of the 15th, has arrived. i i11 ready and e*er, to d..h in the fray. V
Let the lejprmi of farlttin beware
: with the Cow- I ,a* they rid
hundr ad of ffy-tr Umpqua *. Ihe thouu.nd /- to Debtors, Estate of :[. llcarn.J. change tit the constitution, if we resist Newnan street. ud fI>y a lire in LiverpooltfJEWS Latest advices from Sebastopol confirm I On their uieailcw: erranl, inflated with pride, '.
l'rk bd : one of its protisionsfroni repugnance to For the of team
AV. Price Groccriet. weapon irnjcen.; terribly when1'eals
d I Giunul'lIGAZISE for December, is = the accounts of the destruction of the English
it and it maKc breach in the &lrd.J Steal
J. S. Townsend Groccriet.M. so nullify ice a war-note vt Marrion't
the for : OF
collection and
For continuing the and other information publishing W. Post wick. Dciii let. a dam which has behind it a desolating before us. With its fine engravings, appropriate cavalry, nnder Lord Cardigan. The I IV.

authorized &tbatk"act of third of Mracli. r/rer. illustrations and entertaining literary u said that Mr. Crampton, the British cavalry charged a R-Isan battery of thirty I Yet them one* was a time, when this fu -Jrea4edband -

ii by CUBA AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. And here i is another vere or south and this is one of the has assured Secretary and lost in their encounter with the I
eighteen hundred and forty-seven, and fub- north the italics being ours says the statesman matter publication Minister at Washington, gun I Were artit r., traultrtmen. sal tiller* .; qunt actS, twenty thousand uinc hundred The Washington Globs, after quoting an :, most desirable one of the day. Marcy, that the Large accession to the :1 Russian artillery 400( men. Were peaceful ami Larmier,aye! that was' before

dula article from the New York Express, on 'On what subject except slavery has the British W st Indian fleet has no referenceto r S:nee the day on which this occurred Tho ruthless, marul.ln had pounced on oar shore.Hurrah' .
also ( tV! .onntt'tt,
be That ARTHUR'S HOME MAO AZINEJS. upon r n> per" rrnit we know,
51:( further encle the annexation of Cuba and the Sandwich south ever divided from the north, in congress Cuba. I there has been incessant and sanguinary 'Till our wa mt ba: I or tbe foe:

no existing provisions of 1&\, prescribing Elands comments to the following purport or out of congress, in war or peace 1 our table-with a fine engraving a colored New Orleans was fighting. The Allies were at last overpowered ?ti'I! re 1 be oar weapon, art fiercely ',m then. V
: Placide's Theatre at I
i the manner iu which payment shall Le made What pride we have had in her patriots, picture of the Gondola," and various Re ylmuted the war cry of Marion'i Men !
thall be construed to repeal : destroyed by fire on tho 21st of November. I and have sent home urgent inquests I jACKSOXVItLE KoV 1354. W.K.C.
t Indias 6 a statesmen and scholars and fellowshipwith is two
wood cuts. This Magazine only
:j cntn'enc the tevcutetnth sectionof I 1 hat annexation of Cuba to the United her tainted dead The entire loss is estimated at ninety t for immediate reinfoI'Cmcnli.'I j I THE Piimno-onmr

a act entitled with An the act Indian to regulate tribes trade and States would be advantageous to England What a goodly land she pos!ewess, dollars a year, and makes an attractive thousand dollars. Mr. Plac'ule narrowly Fifty thousand French troops will be immediately -|, staii'l the I.1ailolophy or of IAlyTo this: beautiful nnder-and
% and intercourse relume.
the frontiers z commercially, without being politically what historical associations belong to her ; escaped losing his life. 'I sent to the scene of war. often cubhme phenomenon so often wit-
r to !
ed Juno preserve peace eighteen al'1r-- dangerous, and the same in respect to what resources of and wealth land are in there cabinets; what at REMOVAL.-Mr. George TIapg has removed From a correspondence of the Philadelphia Every available steamer including the ne-cd since tl.e creatiou of the world, and

thirtieth the of France but the Governments of these renown by sea ; his establishment from Holmes. eo essential to the very existence of plant
'- t prohibit payment ; home and abroad! Ledger, we learn that the lAnd Graduation Enropa, Alps. Indiana New York, IIn.1I ,
j; chum or claims (other than tho.-c of i countries will probably take a different Row to Somers' New Block on Bay street. an 1 animals a few facts, derived front ob-
any If the south should by any means obtain Bill, passed at the la.t session, j others, have been token to convey troopsanul I tervation antI a long train of experiment
agents or attome\ tor claims) fur bona : their idea to be that in- the in mtlonalcouncils ,
v View, as seems an and keep ascendency our business and 1! munitions. mtit l remembered
services within or COLLISION os LAKE ERIE.-The schooner has very much increased the e :-
fide rnder UI\I any crca e of political Iwer always follows an in what way would she hare the On the 5th of November terrible bat I 1. Were the atm, phcre! where
Indian any Indian tnbc; for and disposition to conflict with Grand Turk, loaded with rail road iron -duties of the General Land Office. Of the I a every at
power j I'an
manual services or in cans of acquisition of territory. surveyedlast tIe took place which hutted from day break time, of an uniform temperature, we
land ,
mia northern interests. leaving the subject of was run into on Saturday last ban unknown 9,500,000 acres of public I should neither have mo

humanity euch, where the President und the way claim adjudge u It is willing to see Cuba honorably an- glatery and our sensibilities out of the vessel,on Lake Erie, and sunk. The year, ..OOOOCYJ, have been sold for cash until o'clock in tho afternoon, both sides The waters absorbed by,it or in hail evaporation or 0now.

claims therefore 6n'ic necessary just and re iaunal>lc.Fordefraung ncied but bj no Filibustering process,and question ? vessel and cargo will be a total loss insured -making the unprecedented revenue to ', claiming the victorIn the battle, the j from the sea anl the earth'! surface, would
i or With what called the
; the excuses *.f Cuhtl'UItbc would be willing to take the Sandwich croachmsnts regard of to the glare are the demands en-- for 12000., The helmsman was the Treasury from this source of nine anda \ Allies lost 4,000 men, and report the loss of dieeiud .n ai imill'rcelJtiLle'alJOr, or cease
1 Mauls too. l hut can sec no advantage to power j b: be aOtlOdJCJ by the air when it
r removal and 6ubsiatei.ce of liitiia.ii u. of the South, are they at all to our killed. half millions of dollars Thirty thousand ; the Russians to be 8,000. wa
California three *'n'atOl;; in be dented from the same, as it would notadl last | The combat renewed the llusgiaii :. once folk saturateti.i. .
ta militr. r : injury, except as they offend our opinions miles of railroad were projected was by The al.Jiarl in V of the
FIRE MARIETTA Gr.oitcis.-The >
IN ; power atmosphere -
accordaocc with 'ubtuitted b\ the ,
territorial convenience
p to or and feelings on the subject of slavery?- of alternate i the 8th
donations ,
be built | and.
to by con-eij'iently, its to
: of that year, raiocity retain
Superintendent of Imlila ftrength of the Union. Neither the Sandwich Political appointments' would be made with Georgian states an extensive 1
lands. No such bill Some reports say that the Allies arc hamithty! 14
the of preparing propoitionately
sections public greater
State and approved by I'rtint, (
less of a sectional spirit, if we were at conflagration occurred in that townnthe I
sum of two hundred thousand dilai : Provided Islands or Cuba are capable of defending however during the session ; and I to storm Sebastopol before the Russians in warm than in cold air.
peace. morning of the 25th. The entire loss jessed, j. Ihe air near the surface of the earth
V That, hereafter no more than tw cn- I' themselves. The Cubans are even which did was afterwards recover from their loss-while others "
thousand dollars bball be drawn the A PRDlItJ'H.FOR EMIGRANt, is estimated at 30,000. The Signet & the Minnesota pass, | is wanner than it is in the region of tho
ty ) too <.l'an! :mous to strike a blow for them-
I that
pu i is : they have become so reduced that
repealed, though that repeal say : : cloutls. The hig1er'e ascend. from the
Venczuehan Government amid all .
superintendent, or be m his hands unexpended The i Journal office, with all the books and a
others of I
at one and the same time: And I schce. after inveigling more cou- its revolutions and counter-revolutions, valuable Masonic Library were destroyed. probably ineffectual. j they wilt have to abandon the seige, unless earth, the colder do we find the atmosI
tin rage, to come to their aid. letter 1 reinforced. I hero. HeiiA the 1.:61lCtuallilu\v on
The sub-agents by I Tho New Orleans Delta publishes a very
.1 it has found time to few
*- appears pass a .. high m'>untain in the hottest climate.ow .
To the United States of this ,
the Our friends & Douse
.J act bhall be appointed by suIerinttndent conquer E Bloodgood Cuba that the greatest .
| from stating
laws induce to their >; when from
to emigration country.A I continued
subject to continuation b> the Secretary continent is impossible, but these out posts having just returned from New York intend son THE nORID.EW$. evaporation
of the Interior not to onefor could l blockaded premium of twenty-five dollars is offered excitement prevails there, and that a rising ./ Editor: In carelessly running over tie! air la hi;hl, saturated with vapor, tho;
cC' easily or over run.
>c to their and stock
; each reservation, nor three in all said I for each emigrant between seven and open large elegant I w as certainly expected in a few day s. the news of the day, the writer's; eye fell : it be invisible an I the sky tbmllesa! if iU
Globe in its
We concur with the estimate of assorted goods, in Reed's new building I temperature i> suddenly reduced cold
.A reservations t contain not lest: than live I of Ten dollars for I Dates from the island of St. Thomas of t upon the following: by
: nor more ten thousand acres ; awl the !' of the Sandwich Islands, and that twenty-five years age. on Saturday. The block will be all new, I the 9th of November state that the mysterious -I "The brig Pedraza from Nassau, New 1!, C:1rTcnhlllctCendin* from above,or rushing
2 said is authorized apph State of the each under seven years of age,and twenty- j wrcckcd lost from a higher to A low latitude, or by the
superintendent .II leaking an independent as their former one was disposed of on the which sailed Providence, was and totally
fr out of the sum hereby appropriated, uutexceeding American eon!"-erac ', situated in the five dollars for each parent of a family, although "ith of April last by the fire. Don't all expedition, recently I Absecom beach, New Jersey, last Friday -.I motion of a eatiirated air to a colder cli*
4 twenty-file thousand Uoiltic. in t over twenty'sve years of age. I from New York, was still there. I *. The crew were all saved." I t mate, its capacity to retain moisture U dij .

the extinguishment of contLctiig titles and j mi-id'.e of the Pacific, with a population With a territory of thirty-five thousand call at once W. II. Martin, Principal DistributingClerk V Amid the momentous events of the day- j; "lu-ij. clouds arc formed, and the remit

' right to said reserved lands, at a price m, tly composed of half-naked Kanakas, jjpyTMr. John Woodward, having pur- in the Baltimore Post Office, has wrecks of steamers and vesctU, fra'ightI i is rain. It condenses as it "'Ofh.\ ,like a
nine hundred and !
dollar and tnetitlreb I inil.t: certainly 1* of more trouble and expense fifty-one square leagues i>oii; 1ilJcinth water snl compressed
M not exceeding one I with tremendous loss of 1.fe, railroad cvll.eions -
of Mr. Cannon in the the of abstracting
the interest arrested
chased been charge
ant per acre, for a valid and indefcaMble I to protect, than it is worth. Certainly in extent, Venezuela has now but one anda I on 'I and batt.cs-the wreck of a small pours out the water which ita diminished ca-

r to the land 6 purchased : And proriddcd ; the population of the islandsis half million of inhabitants ; and in the concern of Woodward & Cannon, will con- money from letters. The amount missingis hr.g; would seem to !he of little intercut. i'j i jacity cannot hold. How singular vet how

The State of Cahfurn.a shall cede the present thousand hundred and tinue the business at the old stand. said to be several thousand dollars. !'Doubtless each vessel whose denude is sim '-, the pliilo apJiv df ram IVhat but
i Lc coveted to associate with in eight seven thirty- I I ; .
with not to us Uu.t:-.cncc o .ihl have deviled such an
necessary jurisdiction in tuch The citizens of Louisville held a public i I weekly I chronicled by the press, p'r.5SCri-e3
$ regard to the land so purchased CbS; the privileges of tl.o Ballot Box ; and the eight square leagues, composing the agricultural -I :' Messrs. Ambler & Hoeg have few for the of| a jiernhar interest to some one, mucly I III ;, allm r.LIJlc arr.iri. ."ie..t for watering tho

For general incidental expenses of the most that the inlands would be worth, region, which is sea coast and opened their Fall and Winter Supplies, meeting a days ago, purpose I from the fact of having been safely bornei earth! m _.__ __

V. Indian service in California, embracing expenses would be for a whaling-'or naval etation' highlands, and which is the best populatedand I and are now ready for customers. Sec ad- taking into consideration the constructionof i in it over the waste of water I'I AND YEr ANoniER EnDEO .Not a ,
of travel l of the superintendent and a tunnel under the Ohio. Mr. Ilolman, I There is kind of influence in
the advantages of which we even now tilled, there are but five hundred leagues vertisement. t a enJearaig i iI day pa-cs over us. that we are not called
agent, etc..twentyhe( thousand tular; pos- cultivated. The hinds arc surveyed at the an Engineer, estimated the cost of the I having shared ]
For payment to David Carter, as n emigrant sess. .The Tampa Herald invites emigration work to be 1200000. 1100,000 was altaciies the sailor to ins craft. or the passenger I| cats pcrf.'m\cd by this little sheet. Going
of and
be had without
of.the amount of lm But for Cuba she lies almost within cost government, may -
; uupnnetrents to South Florida there is V to the good ship in which ho has :i as it dots into every ho'e! anl corner in and
no the and
valued under the treaty with the Cheiokees sight of our shores the morning gun from price, by paying the cost of such survey says subscribed to stock agents appointed j sifely! weaU.ereil the storm ; and th.s it is''; nro'lnI I'ch'r.llur. an-1 finding its way

in eighteen hundred and twenty-eight Mom Castle sometimes reverberates on which may be done by scrip, for any I danger to be apprehended from Indian hostilities to solicit farther subscription.There t that causes the witter to take a peculiar m- ,, into the stately palace of the millionaire,

in parsuance of the sixth article thereof, and closes thus : in the vicinity terest in the fate of the -Old Pedrazza," as we'l; the humble tf the
the coast of Florida. Be her part of the government debt at par, and has been fine eleighing I V as (dwilhn pl'L-
two thousand eight hundred and twenty- populationnow I "We are anxious that our country should I Near she Was familiarly called at her Jailing ) ant--mi the ,!'sk of the opulent and wcalI -
be 1st i instant. I
which at low since the I'
bix dollars and htty cents ; i what it may, in twelve months fromJlu can bought a very price. be settled, and we know no reason ..wliymov I of Quebec, I port. An old ehe w a?, in Jeevi-for m/m- I ., _._J.. ?'. nlo the work-bench ot
ForpayrucnttoaA.VJJrownaodntjp film. ll tVitel :. Tht oltiprt of the nr"nt (ntr rnm ttt oxer lrlcJ-atn111: be American. to induce emigration from ail parts I 'c to the plcnsantcst climate,and healthiest I depth
Pi W. and Meredith Wilson front the .J I ter.The red ifa; of the mntUwcr an 1 piI -j! at tat: it accomplishes so mudi.
The tina I armed and world whilo that from their more enter country in the world-where the uniformity A fire broke out in Judson's Hotel 1 rate-that of tho Columbian;
:J cite Indians, and to reward the fccnicisf, population, acting as and I ltegubh.ewhen It !e'*ns t > be n w a fixed and cstabl eiCM

r rroD cnggin that, cert ice,one thou- fie-euicn, oucu tasting the blessings of liberty prising neighbors of the North would be makes the most beauty affectionate of our tropical wiws-tbo clime finest -, Broadway, New York November 20th I j I battling for liberty, under the lead of: t, that an arb ert'rcinent in its co'uTms:

j ". will be loth to resign it. The agriculturalists more particularly acceptable.With I children-the blackest negroes-the i i which destroyed the entire building, with Bolivar, and Star Spanned! l Banner"are .: for any thi"jr lo t, i iJ cqtiiva'ent! t. r.gsii-
f To enable the President to negotiate a I the merchants, awl the me- a rich soil and fino climate, Venezuela fattest deer, turkeys, ducks and other varmints ucady all its contents, furniture, &: The ; -floated said at to her: have iuan.each.In at her different times: jog that wh:ch i is loit. These reflections
V years 1
with the Indians : ago suetrd
in Michigan and : were rcstenliv. the entrmCG-
treaty Union will work would be a desirable" lace of residence -the greatest quantity and variety of boardersall in but with the writer first felt -
to the of chanics of the soon a revolution escaped safety, j the ocean spray dating I' into office of
I change; terms existing No. 1 fish-the most delicious j cur KdnarJ Lockctt, a free
ten thousand dtar. in the social system of that island were the government more stable, I boast of. oysters that great difficulty. The Foe is about $ ($),-- OUT the deck and safely weathered :'man of color, hose face beamed with V

; SEC. 4. [3.J] .And be it further enacted / that "ill place it upon a level with the people more enlightened and enterprising -. any find country a settlement can just to Then your come liking and in 000. There were many almost miraculous '' stormy Hatteros where the white caps of! smiles, as he marked, that he merely
Diamond shoals
the & the lutinor be and : and the of the were showing themselvesiimiromfirtably cal'c'l! to K-t know his
; Tt 'nt.f our on'u. and make it thoroughly.\meri- guarantees quiet possession Hillsborough county." escapes-some jumped out of the windows us free papersadvertised
if in h s judgment I I near durng; one of the most in the! Express had been handed
i hereby), autLoliU. > of life and property a little more others taken out. i ,
the public intl'I'2 be prutuoted can.The I Z An Editor some where about. is ; were tremendous gales that ever swept the Atlantic ; over to him. We must be excused, if wo

: terb1, t cause to b disbursed i such ef poj.ulaticn of Cuba arc sighing to reliable.A boasting of having received a Sweet Potato -j A complimentary dinner was given by coast From her deck, he first beheld ,; have to strain modesty occasionaliy'and.

moneys appropriated ai thia act for the be of -the i island geographically belongs NOVEL MODE OF ELECTOR CITY j the Captain General of Cuba at Havana, on i' tho Indian! Isles, rising from their i make lDl'ntbn of these thin S.0 go in
Utah Indians either under ula- in his office, as a curiosity, which ocean bed. and their green hills, backing in fur time!
sti V tlio
treaty ]> to us. Twenty-fito millions OFFICERS. : the 8th instant. to Mr. WhC'lcrmerican greatest good to greatest number
tions. or.Cur dental of weighs six and a half pounds. We think a tropical sun ; and ever since, among the V and
gtncnil ,me; xpeneet: The Ancient City states that the Councilof ; I eoplij mn't :e informed how
the Americans reach out their arms to graspit !i Minister to Nicaragua. Among the invited -| shipping news, when her name occurred it .
by nllW 'Ctt IU Unit 'ierntorv, a* some of our planters can beat this by' more V they are to obtaui that which they *t>
be may think proper: Provided, ''ihat aid I -i million Cubans sigh for the embrace, Augustine, in a recent election for : than one-half. Who will 1 guests were Mr. Fabens, late United seemed almost like the face of some old ': highly prize bat have men I so unfortunato

[ S agent shall! under no c.rcuuitanccs receive j aol who ill there to say nay 1 None but a City Marshal, were equally divided in the I try States Consul at Greytown, Captain En- j|! fnen But her "race is run. Farewell to >; as to lose it. For your own good, readers,

any additional compensation then fur.SEC. : weak; ng power, three thousand, I choice of candidates. The Mayor refusedto I Some of the Spanish American !jgle-, 'if the steamer I-rinl.toll, and Mr. ,i ij Ithc-'oldPedraza.I I..SSE. GLJt. i J JI not curs, we say Petersburg Express.

5. [4-J And be it further enacted. j riles acrous the Atlantic, who. according give a casting vote, and the matter was I States propose to act upon the idea of Bolivar Robertson, our Consul at Havana. The I II WHO u DotuncKi Uoostk-ks
L That the President be and is liend, I j I''A Political Vhrop'iceey fulfillea anti whoso
V and required, to L to be ful) | to the d ,xrtnne of human rights, should arranged the following manner: Sealed and establish a permanent: Congress of Captain-General, assisted by his lady, presided fulfilling. articles, |J.u"liiobcd ia the Detroit Adcertiser

V utorz the UUe ninth and tenth : have nothing to say upon the subject, but envelopes, equaling the number of compe- i Ministers from all American 'I upon tho occasion. B. F. Ilallctt in a letter to the Democratic I have bt-ca copied so extciu>vely their .

I article Itipton with the Sacs and y ield to the expressed wishes of that part titers, were placed upon a table, all of I Washington, the object of which will be [ The second session of the thirtythirdCongress convention at Petersbargh va. published wit and satin: says the Ncw'l irk P.:r,w a

t Foxes and other tribes of Indians,conclud. I of human kind most interested. We do which contained blanks but one. The can- to negotiato in a body with Europe, if it assembles on 4th of December, { oct. 18th 1852 says as follows. modest young clerk in this city, wbosa life

on fifteenth of July, one thousand didates were then permitted to draw, and attacks American It will also As the session |Ii thus! far has only spanno'1 some twenty-
this is limited
not believe in idea of one nation belonging power. : at Washington. What i-s to follow the defeat of General I three and lie i3
eight hundred and tirJ by causing aid the successful one, found his appointment arbitrate disputes that arise to three months there will bo of Scott (which now promises to be I years, disinclined at"preotiwntj
red tracts to and allotedto i to another-our forefathers reputtiit4i.Vl any may j plenty a route [' to part with his monrmoos. obbcari-

the persons lun'cJ'e it. Were they Filibusters 1 contained therein.COLLISION among themselves._ work for the members. I and the total di baudmgof whig party.) 'I> tlie has nothing to otter the pnblisher

same, i fee simple, in such'ntk-manner the un IS BOSTON HARBOR.As JE2: "The bark Chase, Captain Chase, I' Ex-Governor Heed (Democrat) has been I II is Mr.pretty Calhoun vvc'.l foreshadowed prophesied that in tle whicheverparty future. ) at present. and when be has, if ever he
dee thinks it Will be time reveal
rules and regulations a* .he mavproscribe A SOUTH SIDE VIEW OF SLA v aT.'I the Canada Bristol elected by the North Carolina Legislature enough to his
and to the C1eiItea of steamship was approaching from England l and bound for New I I was In-atui at the north in the election t. whereabouts an 1 whatabout lie is not

the earn.; be,defray and ia hereby api-n- 1').; i. the title of a new work from the her dock, she came in collision with the Orleans, with rail road iron, went ashore I for the term of six years to the United of 1818, would join the abolition : l to htentnre; as a profession,"sees

pnated th tr lum of ten thousand nine hundred -''I pen Xeacuiiah Adorns D. D. published steamer Ocean, for Ilallowcll, with -some on the night of the 16th, off the Big Gap States Senate. I ocralc ty. This prophesy of tho failed because the tl 1R-1 no literary merit in what he has done,
V party north beaten
nine and twenty-two dollars and twenty in io-ton. eighty passengers. The concussion upseta St. George's Island, on a shoal about two The Paying Teller of the American Exchange and that party as a body, never were has deserted i I wr.tes: to the brother Detroit who Adecrtier is to oblige-

.V 5J CDt. (t.1) And bcit further tnaclfd, j The Boaton Statesman says "we gatheri store on board of tho Ocean, and Pet the miles from shore, and now lies in a critical Dank New York, has embezzled the Urnon. or severed from the Sou.h. V younger tliatjo'rnal and for nl other connected object. with lie-

the President of the United States i i from this that Dr. \cbmsJw been an agitator vessel on fire, which caused an explosion condition. 137,700: by means of certified checks to The prophecy will be fulfilled when the t was one thestndent M.chigan I'nirrr

aD b hereby, authorized, by and. \L. V and believed in t.he'good policy of of the boiler. V Three persons were killed. c'The Tampa Herald says that the i irresponsible persons. Scott ISJi; vi UIllc higs S of Political t North abolitionism arc defeated h irll sity, who were expolled some years ago tmL'f -

t and consent of the Senate, to : northern intermodling; aud thus acted is still ashore The AVindham Bank, Connecticut WAS the decree fssue.1 against secret socie.
ar steamer
Indian for the ap KNOW NOTHING CONVENTION AT Jasper on a mudflat cease to be an element-in either rhei; | ties in that institution

pit of the Ilucky Mountains Agents in I ajart with the fcfour hundred others" of CINCINNATI.This but is not likely to sustain any injury.It robbed on tho night of the 18th of $,- | national parties which must always subsist. iI i Its father is a lawyer of sonic rank% of

t t the eleven provided for" ty the adJitwl loarlli his denomination in"convcrisngand preaching Convention has adjourned. Duringthe is thought she will be got off as soon as 'II'000, seven thousand of which was in spe I I tin, But some opposite 'forms, in this couStry. ., Ann Arbor, Michigiru

Section of the act entitled "An at,mAing and praying about slavery." He is session a new ritual was adopted, and the wind gets round to the southward, and cie. Tho robbery was effected by three : lion we of may all the rather isms look into for a consoluta- r> 'D'itsTIrZ'C on a lk der'f ws the first

appropriations fur the current and cntin- one of the clergymen who hu heretoforefelt some important alterations made in the brings a full tide. men, who entered the Bank early in the sectional an f.relitjcett/ Vt of the series; that was published. In was
at the North
| whose
party vital
wr.ttcn; in
gt, upne. of the Indian Department : it his duty to deal with the subject constitution I evening. A watch dog, to prevent alarm, V ty would be hostility to the South. Ihs: I it to a the private editor letter of to a friend who
Tho Savannah News notices ;i gaTe tho Peninsular
eighteen hundred February and ( '-t"'cnt-\'entb I' profe sionany. Ho aUtes as one of his efforts The question of nominating a candidatefor the : was poisoned ; and upon the entry of the 1! will revive the old struggle for a Northern uarterly $ University Magazine
of from per-
Agt t the Ind.ans ni'the Territory of: that in a fourth of jaly Oration hen the Presidency was not considered.SIGNIFICANT. receipt a present Captain Henry : clerk, who sleeps in the Bank, about 4 o' : confederacy, which, was' once before attempted i i xlical published at 4nnrbor; which bad
in addition. the l millions" of followpopulation" Clark of'our town, in the shape of a FlorI- I in our history when the Federal t t ,I a br'ef bufr creditable exutencc.
Mui lo our provided -I prc""utecllhn.-e our clock, he was seized, gagged and bound. i I The attention
for .-The Charleston Mercury da Sugar Cane which would do credit party at the North, finding they could : which it
fifth to attracted led
beetwn of ti act to the
same and publication
th ; i to be uttering : Ono of the robbers him
witha l
groans standing over rule the whole
and such I in an editorial the IronvMexico '. over Union, determined to I others. until
uflutlian Agents nut exceeding upon news the soil of the Queen of the Antilles. I 110founteen have
nubr he V: clanking: n> iai.i3: ;, while the joyful noises revolver, while tho others plied their reign ocr New England and New York. ; :appeared. Ihey all contain
tr may d'll expedient containing an account of the of paSMmgeso"it
for I I ushered in nation' birth, and that progress 'The Ancient tools and secured tho That conspiracy: was defeated by the union '
the tribes in the 'lerntory, of' a day j V the Revolutionists that .c-- City says that some of booty. awl humor which linger in tile memo'
Washington.SEC. | the last tlui,; he did of the sort, was to says it is e specially its sporting friends went out a few miles The Salt crop at Turks Island has proveda of the democracy, North and South. It'"' I ry,anJ display powers of observation from

.'?. {G.?And It it ena Jurlh help England clenical city a Bear hunt, on Saturdaylast. scanty one during the season. Salt has dered it in the Hartford Convention. In
That: the agent* movements 'professedly aim at the I i
of the sixth ecctiun ohMs U.der act.tiC fejull'provisions -' remonstrance against the Nebraska recovery of State sovereignty as the The result of tho day's sport was the been idling at, thirty cents per bushel that council of disunionists," the denial of J'J'I. THC UivanSrirss SEXVTC.__Twenty-

before entering upe.n the dut.cs of'their, I 15.11.! anti sign it. of one killing of three bears, the largest of which I where it sometimes has. been a drug at I.representative rights to the 'South, and a I seven Democrats have been elected N hold 0 -
great means securing to themselves
! respective oflken a four hundred prohibition againstforeign born ever holding I aver in the next United States Senate.
give bond in such penalties It appears that Dr. Adams has visited weighed pounda. seven cents. Should tho winter weather Tho
responsible Government. This is a political any offices in the United States j Legislatures of South
such CarolinaFlorida
i a wit conditions mid mch I tho South during the last and has FOREIGN NEWS.. prove fair, a large crop will be secured. laid down
year, I the basis .
i President or Secretary of doctrine, however, that wo hope will be I i as of Northern con- Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas and North V
I, rt. a tb much to his By the Royal Mail Steamship Canada The Erie Canal close's for the federation.The "
the bte may require. Ihey hall hold seen change news. I established in our country, without,the intervention season, on Carolina are Democratic anl ;will fend
I '
nicturlyt for the term of His preconceived notions led him to expect I of an Alvarez especially as wo have Liverpool dates of"the llth in. the 5th of December., I.i new conspiracy for a Northern con I seven Democrats more from th. States

lour,.t and shall receive a annual salary to sec the whole black population have no Santa Anna at the,head of Govern we stant.. The' seigo of Sebastopol.was slowly Greytown ,Is' being rebnilt. There are ; federation paration with will abolitionism revive the old alone'as issues its of b.t sc1 1 t there l'Al'Olina-makirig being lice to be chosen from ,North
thousand live buudr1dI1arw I thirty-four .Democrat
progressing and tho ( hundred and three houses
.o o cowed down" and to "see on faces limbs ment. VV people England one erected on > sis. The politicians of that school will I nrtainof iJty-Uo membcrall

V and action" indented as it **. were becoming anxious a* to the result. the ruins of the former t wn The,houses attempt to out between States "inborn four
SE.8[7.) And it enacted, were am aita" I" SLOOP or WAR I carry as except were in Avon l' the
further .Aaasxr.TbeVfcarsVVen.
t"ne Crk were, "" The following l is his first furpriM. tertained The Russians boasted that Sebastopol are from twelve feet square,up too one hundred i what some of tho religious associations N'obraaka bill and, it ,is believed will bLgiuut

: ia & a. W. 'oitt, alt fcThe steam tu" reached the landing, and for tho safety of this.vessel ,begin held out well, and the work were but litJ J feet long, and' thirty:five feet wide. have KO unwisely pressed- dismemberment I any attempt disturb. it. w The opMJ8ition
included ail again to revive. She was one of the tie while of North and iouth., They will fail, I have eighteen member e ClJ.-
and paid umkr tlie the slaves wcro aboutU& One thing immediately damaged ; on tho other hand the They.are,mostly thatched, although some
of Julyeighteen hundred aad forty-eight; surprised me they were 'all' in best appointed.vessels of her daSiln'our English h t'th and the- sectional politicians of the North I[In addition, they luvo.the. control of,the: V
j declared place, was in arc shingled. will be
the out voted the I Legislatures in .
Comnunioner Indian -Aflkirs bo and carried even by Union men Iowa ,Indiana Illinois .
ani. humor and some of them in a' broad nary, : twenty gtlDS"and'.: '
thorized t ,them tbe came |* good The,delivery. ( trunk-from hundred one ruins, and 10,000 dead.within its walls. Tho, AUaCalifornian of tho 16th of,Oc .of tho, North,. without the aid of the I Pennsylvania[ Wisconsin. and \fjVoric,
p1 r'cpiu laugh. every audVeightymen. A.steamer:has The 'of teb : South and with that aid the democratic ind elect six Senator in: ,
the those
I' the other the besiegers'eoinplainV. : long publishes the proceedings the may s ae.
I JDdans the to thevwbarf was, occasion 'of been V1IEW pas- '
t !f tug sent in .quest of her; party, as the, constitational of the I their force in- the Senate
plnd the ooroBissioDer some hit or repartee,and every burden was I range of the Russian,gun, \Fhlcbtb Y'. allege engefa(of tho. steamship, Yankee .BtJ4e! ; Union will be i party 'CN"\SUJg.> ; Jou .
its The
$haH be iu.inoibieVnoonhy' enty-f>ur.' New Urnpshmrt.egs. '
to be Included ->utiaf! capital eUstribiitiorxand ought borne with a jOUyVWOrd'in grimace or motion. YoRkVhJTORICVLL: ; SOCIETY- ,._rThts J prevents their moving faster.. wha,.wero wrecked on thiefltst of ,the pIne p''er< 03 th(united Northern and Southern II.ture, winch w ill have. to elect, two,Sena-
prr of
,that the sumVOf lite thousand M The natural lifting.a Frenchman'one leg laughing*hrug.. seemed J.asked Society.had V a grand banquet at.tho Astor It.tarns out that the English and Turkish month.. V In 4 the first place; they deptoro"the democracy,but,with them in:such a'con I;ore, i. yet:.t. .Le chooen.: The;Senator
doUar troops were almost annihilated At Ba- of ,the test,will b found Uto''bolebody of tinionJob.iJi3 f rom Iissuuri js doubtful l aimd.
be appropriated for that ,one of them to place a trunk withs lotofbsggageflVwudooevp House; In New York Among tho distinguished Joss splendid steamship:Yankee so w/the V
10.18.J( )V And be it/ p.JE I went the hand 1 Iaklatone thousand-Englishman! were Blade not so)much on_account. of its jaWe l :' (tba commercial.nuuufactuririir'suVUntial l i.CAliCjrnia.: 5H will be.seen,.
gentlemen non- ; business t .hereforc. that the .
;. present were wliigs! )onjhp tide of'the ,& V Democrats bare acorking
killed. .
Secretary of th Intern to the hat 'Anything more pleas* air T- V .and tbo loss to th.owneraa :
: V tho '
nt1 t V to disap .
George.Bancroft, Washing ton Irvjng Doctor ; party of'Jhe Union.: ,' V, .II majority,in the Sonata in ibm sestion -, .
of What contrast. I involuntarily said tomydcl ,Th& Russian .
pay ta commwioneri General, Dannebnrgh was pohihnenLetVse: g.r If these cons'uU VV of'185a-5J.!
file to-that at the landing Hearty RerUfy.Jklatthewc lion & many': of viewsareentftfo4W bo I' The House will,be large-

and-for O tent and to un4crThVtwtftbth1Xteentbi on our Western troop lUilroad I Albany and Ott those. C.'Winthrop Dr. Frand hsi Commodore,' McKee approaching Sebastopol ,with", reinforce* whom were.en route for their homes,*fter eredthcn gipi a and>with her,the Booth' JVpctv yVbeoppositioatcthe.tdmiaistrUon! ,.

ImpTemet of board* And (he roof*"of, the ,.. roents,,for the relief of the besieged.' ,a'long absence. Furthermore'thel. .verdict stand, at ith. close of the' first,half ;
articles pile* on ver/Judge DUCT and of ..i:3or :war Albany It is ,
.century' the
.tl ,our ,
:'of the Cherokee Treaty, twnt''lnt sheds and at the. pier*, to.'ew,York; 11besaa Others1; V ; 1 Daring Ihe last.txr<* *eeksV4OOOVmen: is,:that',cheer negligence ontlie part of the" aponsibdity they held on. in ',thu same l highre-test between r.V eared, has foundered,at sea it being"nowwo V .

December-eigbtcen,:hundred to ,like these *lare' V 1 .began to' Acciotrr ON THEUIREXX 'fuu.aJo.&D. ,have" been sent out from'England; These manager*of th*:Yanked.BUdo ia.directing JeO rson and,Adams, which by the: .month or more since site left'jLspm-:

fire, ia pomiMiwuHhe tUpolatioQ of the laugh with, them., .It wa 1rre *UbIe.-.,.. train :reinforcemenU will:mate the number"of her success of the settled the, side 'ralLVannex a Hit! :of her.officers).I'_:' o Who oould ."nn hour before -The-p': ni on._tbe". WestellrosdranintoVVthet24wVuavezrfrsigbt{ up. ur8endu_ : running>o near, coast. ; former on of
Aagwc eight V
I Jdxth)eighteen hnndrejl and forty-ai tha (hatslaye.:oouldhnveaayotherfflect 'R [ British 'la&ntfy': the'Crimea,to 30,000. jve.ll.known,to be.danjerous wa,the case the:peoplej&a elements of government in V jCoinnaander.-JanitsT Cerryi[ i.Ueute
op Ln V'V **. ,?' this "yawn,, Thank God for all nts-W., VTf,Bleccker Montsomery Hunt,
mbeWfeippr9prt&ed.fMt1ioseL'W. on ,me 'thaa t.OlZ3AkOflO (* aadl, L One train; Dear* 5Cthv street, on toe:'morning" en; "* of:lhij1flaHfrou* jWreckV They:censure < .time pastsdmbatfedealMausehus.tts V Fohn Quincy Adams and' llenry.Rodger-a;

,JIORII.f..1 the anrpkia ftindVLiAvlJbe fellowJn allihe' hurry' aDd bust of Unding tb.' 22d, end 'many -per$ DI: were. badly ,' One hundredand: nnJr ganTboaU. Oaptaior.:Randall 'ia 4o quickly deserting! (failed,then and, democratic ''VirginiaIrimnpnedX S targeon; ..-Stephen ,k, ifoCrearjC;; a8 > :'

hereby'"- -- V '$.,, V DA, 'codld' toot help aJaUng ;bpw ia wounded./"'' Y Vith: iwo b"m11.C b. h.twith'l itt' the wreck an4.t) tbo boat without' V t ant Surgeon Richard D,Corcoran jPuf-T**

1 'Sic 1nI9j UJvrt&r es c14, jumping on boiid, Wait .$&.eaagl ,be .w_ _/ VV: V.' floating 'bt.i ; e Te f'i ; leaving a : iV iVV .er Nixon White; Master-Robert A.farrj .

I Thai ih\ecrftary of'the Interior be. nthorited" > (wr a two pUnk and -'polled" dean :offVand TH Wrl : Cb laIhsa.offlser! on, toardVto: preseryedUcplinfrand1" ':, ; ':''.: '' :_'_ V: Midshipman -Bennett?RUey;
sUrI B '
..i'Th '
clr required to :tnrestigaU,',the w'MisoU teue went cteanover into '""*- ..e, Dptd UJ W P rtme prereiikl plunderiogyThe' ...cen- -., or. f'5"r IC&nlII Ja&6 .

lalffl offw Brothertoo tribo of iadiani the JTotter: wjth>.Qt'"tMop.-it.'wa* robber* hare' 'bcen irft.lM4 io/be:got ead :fefee .tacfc':wfCronqtidtDettlprin .sure,th" afenta.Jojtnotpromptly forward' :I Santa.. t'Anna-)...haXfmafprdenfjJor'fh J_ 4' ; V ]
Adveatore." tit'tM" 'l: k."f V, .' 'V 4IDO ,.*t amm at, that 5V
V 4.. tr*CfcI &tI ud report the a merry ':J ,-,' r 'I I *t, mj tfc iksscojert to 'tbt elf/of J Vr.Yor 'port .I"V VII 11 IK accesses revolutionary forces' .


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COMMERCIAL RECORD. NeW dsi Vrixftii MAIS JkBRAxciiinx % :

; NCW OOthU a.rflzxissE4' .
-OrgflNt1LsaThuakhL.IiIr1cst *
; 1 t3iiSTAND birmzbeen de .
-Tbe market was quite active jester- AMBIER &HOEG AND FLOSIDA. I i tr yeet*. -

day, and the sales reached 1,469 tato. Prices ;on' 24 'SO cower ef W nfwonh, t\9 stand f>>meHy oectipied i I KE&1SkCfraI..vaaaAr.i-dS;
raariajc 6
Savannah Gevrgiaa tthe 23ti there supply <,f Merchandize, conststin- of I whiles,. CilARLE3TON 1 iaaBftiVaBrbe*. He boson h od a fcK? assort-(i,swil NmNVthaI th.friitEt1efS.aCIlQOL ) -

saya ? at 3 P.M. Retem ingr will tear e nteat of trA dass VEOICLE.S emU dtritiont'too ci the 14 SIptImbmeIhe biittrctdufofYOF
i. NM demand for better elate of Sea Island Cotton SfiMEHTEBL HI FffOIfSUfe every .V.*rfa7.7 A.M. PICOLAXA cLoie* PAMtLr CAKUtAGES hellS: en- LADIESEa. alrsbs ,br' *

iiasll. The sales *Ceefr1 t> f pready for his Cavalry Ctutomtrt.all of whit hewiU rrub E.iwcwtios 'I' .
hat transactions are con:; FLOUR. JMCOr PORK ffjjfi ; 1 JACKSONVILLE,3 A. M.
daring the week Live LecA at prices ranzinjftwaSOteSOcent With a fuU ,tai-ply f FALDGflOCEM3; flf/Tim ,LARD" -, 4c-4a, I will bare cnAELESTOX rr*. I EELI,CHEAP JOE CA5H cr, City areep- Teraw. front M 00 to S3 CO p*|Qsarttr.. Ovasi-

f-rtbe week 163Ules i iy-eV3r. MKetwnUjE, wCl lore taaaeLEONARD CHAPIX.y mowinlbrp.bu..xtra. : '
>cl kA.y. BLACK CREEK Order* orompUy <*
; Stock w hand C51 bale*. Dry GO ds : o JACKSONVILLE. Friday 3 .U M. L he accctnmrMUU I with board,at the boQa..flwtt .

RICE had beea sold during the week at prices *' with alt the interim tyertees1by lie. Crrapa. : w

M.7S. Of PRINTS Et rwUi, anJ cvna es i >th S. M. Gilberf. .. ., _1.
4.00to way
ranging Iron a large and well assorted stock for To IhiCVt ;ttl r omorfdfl.
E.tCGX-Sie from 9 1-2 to 10 1-2; Slso York Steamships,Cawl j Railroad MANUFACTURERS a3 DE.ILERS 211SIEEIt. shhii Iu1IttL4
Ginghams, Sheeting, Linens, Ribbons lloes.! $ )-.1 t; in all deicrfptfonff of CAR. I ILIL5 I '
6tH9 VT1Li. DcLains : Chtrtc-4'w to JartseiiviFe, *3; from JlIAqES,at Xos.i5 aad 40 Went-< Cean&Pede.Ui. :
COFFEE-FJo from 12 1 13 1-2 rents. Shirting, Crash, Taffetas, P. -Picoinu and Patatks, $10. worth Strtet, and X .T Iloyxt ffrttt.Charleston, I will ottewl;50w1141,I.*i&cLiime sailor th SloT.4! *

BUTTER-Eitreme prices Si to 30 cmti. Alpacas Osnaburjs Hosiery Florence Silks pirtie Ur,*apfily te Oar Stock is aa extensi**,ea% ass! parch! were .ds Arrael J. W.C.T'.1JWKLL.Charleduin, are VVpSetAJIf rrueests.t t*eQ w aa, M we ten
OATS-70 Ui 80 ccnU |'T butlieLCORX Cashmeres, Dress TmmngII nd1erc1iiec Lady's Collar In BELLLUIAS3E Jt fINEt.tN, I offer great IwtarvaMats la style sail prk*.i 'an>t si-i having espU.L with lb. reqiur.mesdi lbes -
/ ot; he,. .t receivel IL. F4TENIAI'sr thalzli.U
-tlOO to tl.25 per InsLel.ilOLASSES Jacksonville any artk-ks bought at ant esUMielanevt are war
Blankets &c. &c. -- ass hare t* cU'ined or atltp-Ul t.1.v Uie sub .
-24 U 29 cents p r gallon.BAUUIXG F..TIi. RE!!). Palatlia. ranted every raped. July S-tf
: eribvr. Aloe, aIi imx aleJ Lee ,

-Gunny 14 1-2 tn 15 c-cts. I CLOTHIMG. a E.odtioocL &' Ilarncs BOUNTY LAM*. SChrPT BACK ?JYZa.M,...,
FLOUR Georgia t9.00 to *9 2T! and 10 to 11. Vo Cariagc Dcpo>itory. on the mast reawsutUe UIIM.Hon. .
A n< aM<>rir.tnt of VESTS B ? ..froCAartesen New
ClUELESTOV XOT. 27.COTTOX AT Tire WHITE nouss, S atrr *ancrac .3 'p ,
feUIETS Yurk. Dullars.
STOCKS, Le.trn. '
I -Snnib.West Cocnest. Ltms Clan. f 5 ?aalor.
TU market to- preecnte no
Slates Mail Liuc. MEETING and WESTWORTH 3THEET3, .5 Jixts Cr "-- *<

; new featare*.the f
about 1,064 tale.S"U at price*ranginj ., Cs I p-iintcd, BUCKETS. ME\SURE. KEELER covered. FLOUR and SUGAR $ STEAM PACKETS CAHuIAG ES of every dr cripti'n, at tu*lowest Adlren, Pott Paut, e.JL'LTS

7 to 9 3-8 cents per BOAE.*, AXE HELVES, WASH BOARD-MARKET BASKETS, It, Jt. prices always oa hand, ami no wrIthe sold except' E. MKIK&Z..
1.P Nov. 2-!. ( fjSl| TVEEKLY.) such at can be warranted hi the fullest t rm, l ALTIUOKC, S-tf 3!. IL NATHAN'. -s.
I 1500 tons-M. haunt, Com r. July
COFFEE-TLe market Lu lt.en quiet for mwt o1 CD.Oatc -
and of all kinds.
of the week and no change in priocf of any cun.iqenc large complete assortment JocL.vnre, T.i. -
*, '
*. Sale at anHiou onVedne 1000
tons, T. D EVAS,
(ained Rio at *9,4i a 9,62 ir 100 U al.) Flour, Grain and Produce Generally, .J.
CRUSHES SOAPS PERFUMERY COLOGNES ed I Wharves stray Wednesday end jaly9 Ckarlttloo., S f. tf Cl- GOODS, winch be afire for esJs sbsipj
at 9 1-4. We hire gales from lookers of AC..4C.
300 bags afternoons after the arrival the can for ea h.T .

300 bag at 10 1-4 10 3-4 aol 500 fair at 19 I-4e UKEfilEIT and West. THE PAVILION HOTEL, y.H'atcht* Repaired eind sneX'a.
were built expressly for the

Tb WHISKEY. market cl*-'c There firm.i a RTO! dial don bnt at : The large ortnicnt that Las been offered in U.U market, i-on i&igof eommoD ware, white i the for coast safety' comfort and speed( are Bari- North-West clIatltLSrot rorw; .!ftiifl, 'i.,(a'4.. Jftz, ; is.,:Ur-nht, J f-

Graii'te Military anl Marble ctt. ( a-sware. Prescnc anl Fruit Ish. ail and cfTuiaMcr *
a of 42 anJ 44 1-2 e a* in quulity, and term I stylet qualities with Inxory. Attentive The undrdzns.1 beis respectfully to inform tU WATCH MAKEKA JETTZTJn? *
range every
Goi>let*, Wine ( nf payment Cash buyer*ftt at the low et fibres- I eocnnan lees will insure traveller numerous friendi and the traveling pabli; generally (fs 13* room cj.1tig As 7cei.t1.'t
I comfort anl that tiOtn tkrt n the recent fire at the 2. liU'l.NU rctarns1 fcotd' fseiad'
RICE Son few sales of new rkhs -o l*<>n every possible accoouno- < < Jiaj t ..
tno deDiabils of this market rear of his premise, he w, in usual, prepared to I (;i beg* leave te offer; hi* services,to ail alA
Selected cxprc3c'y to supply peculiar goods for building and Mill
p made at 5 1-4 a 5 3-9 St.kk till Iibt; anl not ITUkaJ
purpose*, Caqmntcrs1 tools, ie, &e. ht cr passage, having elegant state offer the best accommodations to all*t*> may favor 'tfriuri.e anJthe pnUU pDeraUr *
much demand. S apply to I him with their patronise the house ant furniture I experience fur the la>t twcaty-tix jean, a* a,*

WILMINGTON. XOT. 23. WINES & LIQUORS.FIXE of HENRY MIsROOF, Charleston, S.C.j hiving been thoroughly cleaned and renoratedHo I Watchmaker,he hope t> give entire s aLso returns hia sincere thinks far the liberal these who wish ta ha s their work done IB a
be j $20.
notice ia WHISKEY, bottled. Do. in casks passage,
TURrEXTIXE No change irbc support he has received, and pledges him etf to worknual manner. \ -,
and further sale?of 311 at &H91 for virgin, THE SUBSCRIBERS nnr bo frand for the i recent ia the new building eretted for temporary i; ; spare no expense or exertion to deserve a continuance -I ft/- Watches, CLicks, ami Jewelry rpfre
$3,65 for yellow dip an.l f i for hard, per 250 It*. u*- on the cite t the ld stout dcrtrojcd iy Ere. They hope to open the year 1355 ia the large and of the patronage that has beta so largely ex the shorted iutks. jaiydM1'rgln

This lorn'.nj: 150 boU! at uaTne figure; one oilier e'egant! Ocean aol Cay ttrccti, wULh u n iw in course of erection. dec V-tf i d States Mail Line tendril.toward 13 *5 him.Nor. H L. BUTTERFinLD. School. ,

ji*rc d on market, l-ut buyers tho u,* tn
to offer over VJO for yclloir dp-! The; People's Clothing LIST OF I.CTTCRS REMAINING SEMI- fijPlLg: WEEKLY. \\ Tin-are Fartcrr.O. 1 Jactwnn.l th-tt be MB W prepared t tach*
the Po SPIRITS TUKrE>TIXE-X sales in tlui ar- AM % II. VEROXEE t BRO, I next.
Xoreinbcr 1334. notfce Wednesday
w ill pleue give me by -
ticl*, an-1 th. markf dull at lit qnotition.I1OSIX DRY GOODS STORE.At > after March lith, the new and splendid Wholesale Dealers in 18th test
t Common note tiles yeeterday of ( thn ain of the GIANTS RED CAP.) Aiken T.nus-TwCnty-tWo lessors, IIj
n we 1 1I W. H.
; Kennedy James
1300 tons-Capt. 3!. S. Won me U- OPAKK this method of iaformxg their friends 14-tf A. A.I 0 'uL?..
j oft
I 400) bbU. and this n>ormr 10 for large rite LIU.NKW JMoDE rrtnrns think to hU friends and elti- Adam-, ;eo. W. L all 1'JCOton* Caft. C R.SCHE5K. JL anJ customer, that they hire recently made '
f Jacksonville andsurronn 1m country I i: Adains, Wi'J. Lull, n. R. I Diarrlusa Cordial.8-
> Hr.
1 and
Xor. 2
h OKIV\V ). largo a'UititJOi' to their machinery, are now ;
for .t favor be.tocd on him. anljioiti a continuance I B Livingston Andrew 1500 ton.-cpt. T. Lvn'cs.
pa prepared to esecte all orders hi the altos' line TIS Corlial is aa unfading remedy (orDtar-
COTTON w unh-ui f anJ the tales op t. A he has entered into I 3S' Syiist J. I). 50 D Leptora. 1
ot'the now I I > T. Long, be ( < tot -Capt C. with neatness awl dicp trh. Our Warn are all i JL three in all its stag?*, and will restore tW
noon mraprL ed 5000 hue!. The etxx-k on hand a cn.artn4'r.hp with; his bri-thcrin i\aaaah, the I horton, Win L. P. Llttlct, ColqnitLind York and Savannah i I .
1 i New every t wjirantel not to leak and to be of the best work system t" he iltb when ron.istf of 150.000 han.Exports! bivuic-' will b* curried on more extcnihcly, under Rirlm, 5inoa A G.McLean I ) .T AND 5.4 TURD A Y manship. lor: the wont eves in ..Uidren, as will as adatU.t .

lh, style and firm of !I Itattet. Wm. M % are among the largest OB the coast, | Terms maJe mmojalirg, sod Conatry crders t To be bad a! Apothecary liail, Jacksonville,

of Cotton.PerbLCanhinat'Cbark'1on. A. & J. MODE Bryant, W. A. Allen !.I 1 j el injel, safety or comfort-making promptly attended to E. F.I _Oct.14.-31
WJio'osale and Retail Dealers in Harry, il. il xely, William -i in S9 to GO Lour anl are eomtnan-I Also Country RooErg and Gatterinj d ce withdispatch.

and Good* lk'go, John! M. Morrvon, Cjpt Julio ( ) ( careful and polite officers They Hair Tonic.
Nov 23, 31 S I. Clothing Dry I I (
Bolchcr, Capt. P. D. McDuramett Mr. t
ue ir ble conveyance to New Yerk. 63 STATE STREET, near the Market \! TIlLS HAIR TONIC ronerjedee anthh.of Us*.
Florida I>?c. 1, 4" aa i nor fricn.In will f..1 at all times a large an 1complete B ck.. C. W. MvnnjalL li.Mjnryf .
to .
2-3. nor H-Cm Charttiivn, S. CK. J. kind f the Hair W-
Stock tn mention. For i pissoge, i now in ese j. prereatia
too numerous Cartl'jtt A.
Cap' Alex
Wclaka ?srann*X Nov. 2?, 44 y. Log out \al iavigorafinij the capillary reoeto
tnality and reasonable | ricc' please call and eouuice C Nathan Chat F. I pas-arre. ,
A. Co'ieu & Co''C3
Serainole avnnh, IV-. 1. 21 *' ,. y.iurli-c*. on Buy street, npjxHite 4"ol Sain* Craw, A. L. Xeruton, William !; PADELFOP.D, FAY A CO..tgeatainSatam.ah., \ 1 aol clearing the shin'roai dtnJil Prepared oety.Iby. .
and Dtalert in T McMILLAX. *
mis' LU it here will CtJ the tame Giant's Red Mr Sarah > JwUs -
yon > Cnpt. UoO.Ottoway
Coii4iiet .Stcjimers. I I Oct. 14-3t Apothe Iii!. Ja-bmnriHe, E. Ft
per Cp.I Tarli-r, .\.aleyCUrridy. (> THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. J W.Crorry ; 13 Eraalway, New York.
Steamer Carolina from Charleston, Nov. 27th.- Willy :BD1'37 c-ccsc1: ,s. 1iflhliin .

F J Tons. J Woodward, J II EuVcr b Keith, O C Will be jl 1 or away, the entire Stock of : Jim-M I) Ti Jtr.Parker P I 1 I STEAM'( SHIP LINE Ao. 175 East-Bay, Charleston S. C. COMMISSION MERCHANT.JacksonciUe .

r.ibbii, J Rroward, 1) M Pearson, II A Kius, VTLfdwith Dry Goods and Clothing.Tlie PancU: Caj.t 2 MH. Susan i t BETWEEN Nathan A. Cohen. | Le noH Cohen. Flai .. 4 4I

J R II rr.-nn, J D D lU&hnm, Miller ]>recut ocoiians aich 5 1 to dl-poce of their entire I Uilluir, lieo. %t. 3 Poiueror, A. C. Port an J Si. Marks July 3 tf i T7"EEPS constantly on haul and for tale a fta
Mo-k iu order to be ready f* the now Brick Daniels. John C. Paine, W. M. I I IV. enl assortment ofj .
MrCaen, H UatTn ton, P. IS Ciuinxa, S Ia<.kwooil, Store suon to be cre.ted on Bar street and make Iii'i.; Wm. F.iKnhara Payne, Susan L. 1 Fraser & TiDinpsaa j GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS; *.'

O II Smith, VT A Ieanf.r.l, T McMillan, A M room for the new stoik which tucy intend (o bring Jt Pauocr, Parker, John S.R I NEW OULEAXS.j I I of the best tfltftioru.
K h.i, II I IMUnJ. T Ilartrirp- S Townwn S i-n. an-1 in a further iuij'rovcmcnt of ctylcs t) iu* InIUnphim, Ca1t. H 3 I i ( ALSO i and win sell then lower for CASH than they map *

Flntanl S E U R Sadler. N F. M.a I ViL' c&Fl..lt2ftiTh !'eoieter. Tapt.'Man. W. H. j PLACES AND { COMMISSION MERCHANTS j p be bought elsewhere ia the Sooth.I .
an.peon I SAME
lit -ral patrona J. M La? received dnrin Iye.'e, Eze kiclK Jtht, Tbuma | i North I taken in at leoeral _
Aflsrr* Wharf Country produce ,
Ftcaroer VTelaka. fr>raanui'i.. Xar 27t! the tiir.o ho LA* bcea in LOeineee iu tin" city, hisdie lieuiie. W P 2 KEY WEST. \ Charleston, S C.ruo'c i prices. july 8-ly rI
Eisbe A Canora V Raster. II II flour?, II.'lin ,, ;/ s. ruscn | rAn. s. rsoarsoi
AmMer Jt Hoec, T !>>alaf, J Winter, J L ITo at j-ruv--' th-U cjcn-jt fa'J to jToJm-? a smile K.intmca-l, IxwUEJwar. Wm. S. I The rcjalar sea 'testa-hip PAMPEi I Jt MfU&l Baker, 4
(4 pleasure frjin his caponier*, .il th<>re'>y re- .!*, X. IXFleraiuin KiuharOvm, Mr. i Br> -EHridjje, matter, will ply pcr- X Ccpartnerslilp
II K .ca-lcr! L Xurton T IIHuJmcs i Df
prolate the firs cftte publi.*. He hi* J Mode, J 0 Poll,V P HewecsS that the mot fs-tidmui shall not learn him I ;; Maj. Small, Capt F. A. L i *t Aprlat-hicota anl PcnsocoU nailing L partnership under the firm of MATTHIESSEXt CHANCERY NOTARY PUBLIC, **

.amer Seminole, from Savernab, XOT 2Dth- mith atLrictfon in regard to their barjpins. r'tifctcr, Capt. Louts S. -'tree; O. P. i hereafter en the 1'ith aol 2th of each O'HAHA, anl will continue tim Wholesale aali AtD '
Call 1 .ill'! We anxious to wait FiM<"{. F. R. { orniiion- Alfred this nn-1 on th and 2"'J of each
one stn are uiun] j port, i i Retail
C L Caruth, P B Caaora, J M<>d<>, J C C, DisVeA
rvl' Finn Win.Ocmvar. Smith Rott : OrleiM. I Comm'ttioner for the Atlantic cat! C4/
and serve s-to. ll.l 1 mit I'! T. from New TAlLURlXfS
Canova, C G Cocr,C M Cooper. A mM r i I It. /, -'. MODE i BRO J. 5nrill9, O Sumner,Mrs Miry 2 JASPER, Seater, Master, will i I CLOTIIIXG if RUSIXESSiI State .--' ,..
the iCEs-st and .
1iuLCo. an I next door to "M>rtiisig Now*" oP.ce, Mr. Mary :tcce! Louis with the Pampero, to Key I! at corner Bty. 5 <'Qacea. streeti.7ir1in aug. &.lv ahMfttii

Steamer Fl<>r'nU, from CLirlcston Xer Cjth.- dee 2 -tf Bay street, S.ivannth- (uDUr. Dnniel D. Smith, Capt. CUas. '_ ( at Key and Tampa.) U- WM. MATTIUEm5EN
(;<>inc, Maivjalttlreon Smith Z. C 2 A__ ; anl from Pampco in '" -55T. 'SATTORN.Y
passengers : -iit.S2
T McMillan B 1 C M Kii-U FairV-snk 4 Ce, <1eo. July 1. '54 TTM P O'HARA. ;
> ot ice. Ifeniel V. ttebens, MtMShelby. I i i : .' (**""...tu. ...t.osigft in tli. it.
Flags, J R IIarriV, II Jones, \VooJwanl.. X A \ LL PEBTONS in>ie3>!e the ii.tate MkTi-.- Graham, D. U.Ilowk Wm. W. fur ;.) I Manufacturlne il-if ll
hauL Dewees, I>r. <;ilhert. J II Fo'.t r, L Tapella. :\. act Hearn, pen, i< TMijo i-l tn coma forward and mike iiuine liite p.iy- E W. Sivift, .%ra I I travelling pnMi- both convenience anl J.3ltxgiLaspc. (snr.5-2 un-2m
Steamer St. Johns. fr 'n .tat, t" Harriman, Ira W, 2 ?eg'er, C. B. for I White Lead White Leal .rc, iecs..n, aJ

,1e A Can .va, X A 1111 A Kro, 15iz .t C A rrttrht them TI itli.n: the tune prestri'jcd by Uw, Ifnyett, ( eo. FIlcnleriou | I p-mleutsr, an 1 arrasgcrcsnta frI AT LATTiJacfcsonnl'c ..
QQd While Lea 8 Ib
Kf'c' at cent
A Hull, RM Pearson, T Garducr. L, J C <>r tier will be barrod.dc LairrencaIltrver Thurber, Geo. W. 1 of Negroes, ll>r3 an-I each like, in- ) ruts ret Flo. '
dc J.\MES E UEARN, Esc-u'or Henry O.Ilerrick Thompson, J.)hn J. DANIEL LADD a2,000 Kes Xo. 1 dd> at 7 rents ir Ib.I I ,
Browa, J L Doricr, C Oak A Son, T Ik-aslw, X A i ecttWt"L: The above form a beautiful brilliant white
Capt.Hopiiis Thompson, I October 30, ISSt-Ir. Aftnt. I
Ihati Br.,!, ; Dr. A. UphamtsVEOKTAI5LE Mr. A. M.llousUm H.W A torts any now in floe. Far sale by I FfiiiLivingston, .

Arrivals at Bullin JI < ELECT U All V. I j 274 Eii ton >u t?. J Wil-pn Capt D. T. 2 ter f BETWItS __ Jack,onvlle k;. F.
\ CERTAIN CUKE FOR PILES, either in- Johnson, J. A. Wil-hms, IL I. S. and Florida. j fc:wir 'n any rae thia Le kl proves n utt fjr>- ,
extcnud and all aCcituinfi of the tory, it will Iso taken back, an 1 all expenses pild. WIATTOSNEY' attend to any piifn<;onal bojtness entrujte1 -
,tl_ rml or .
N..Temb 22d-C X (ran.1-tU an 1 Ily K. I ; Johnson, Jot-cph Wwtler Thomas THE new and elejant Steam- tt bin in the Courts of the Easteta

Mi.;,.Saankr. do; Ir. II S Ra wi, Gen.; A AVFpronll tivene Ho.ieli.-f'r*, ISsliouflieys ,eosn.h.iot impnretiof, Dypepsii.the Biixt-l Co, afferti -. J hnson, A.K. William Webb, J. I Alfred!. A Vpacket Sr JOHNS, Capt Jnra ';I Notice. Circuit, and .(the Supreme Court*of T&Qahasee*.

,Pa; R II Watwn, X 3T; X II Cora ui, do; ii of thcLunja: aol many other dl'.ec3, i will leave Savannah every Thursday /T IIE CO-PARTXERSHIP, under tS- Era of no h a *Z&* s* h -IvsSagesoc fxmevtion with
li Wibwn, Ha OJ J McR.,>rt Daksr.d". more Artkularly enumerated ia the dircctiwPrepire Persona wicliinj any of the above letters will I i*. 10 o'clock, fur i'uUtta, touching at all 1 L TCXXO, I'LCKNEY A CO. is tH-j Uy dj.sol- an able Lawyer at W*>atat>- i Cay,as will easnre
; | 1 not old the oryoul j.rupriet'r at please say they are a'ts-erti'.ed or th y may not :\ liatc point red. The paitlc'ncnt of Us a3Uir, i liv mutual I a prompt anl !*ey ('ltC tuf" ta.h claIms a* 4 4I

NoV.2 h G VTM.K-ely. Ra; Mj. Eearl, M 'li.-al offiv-c, i33 1'oarth ftrcet, N V., gut them. WILLIAM OROTIIE, P 3!. \ I i .: has teen l-nilt expressly tir tLUtridr; Agreement, dciolveson WILLI.UI 1T.TUXM*. ,I may be pU el ia hi* heals jaJaat the United

J C II Smith,fa S R John.w,doj O R Fairbanks and l i.v hit agents throughout the Ucitod titei. I, soil airy state-room aetommodfttiocs fur 1 tu whom all persona having daininis or being indebted State July tM.

do; V C Marnn, Al; C ImiiIi; 4y un4 two irrT ant Can iliThe genuine has my signature in i imy H E.t NA.-DROI'CIIT hOME TO TUE an 1 taking the inland route present I are metre 1. t PiilUFrasert ;
DOOR OF THE MILLIOX Wonderful Ttkxw fur invalids and others. WILLIAM M. TUXXO.I .
SmUh tls.Nor. hank ; Sold by, .
nts Trim; Mtf S Dmwn, d"; B own w.t4g. .
'r. 31'MILLAN, i>:ncorery liii been recently mvlo by Ir. Curtis, I a wilt leave Jack'oarille, on tier return I n. Q. PIXCKXEY.JB. AND COrN5ELL02 AT.LAW
26-h-1)C U 8. r.k, X C; L H Foster, X de.2-3l Ajwthcjary Hall of this city. in tuctreitmcnt of Consumption,Asthma every San-lay moniin?. at 3 o'clock Charleston, August 3ht, 1S3I.j Jljobo.iru.VJZj, : ."**

T; Cut J W Bryant, ulo; J A Acklaal, X T; J IIFufter an-I nil diseasee of the Lnn V.'e refer to l'DrCnrtu particulars UKjaJre of Capt Free- j Sept I 2p 'iTILL attenl ti prgfreioaal laauMs
I any >;enj 3.
ami lady do; G IV Druth do; J E Gamble ICIIVID. at "AI'OT7iEC.l'.T' ) Ily2eiujior InUaltn Ily eana Vapor and : >ar JUST With this method Dr C, has i I HORX A CUXXIXG DAM. Sav'h. Tba Subscriber. j -
of Kxtracta Cherry .Sjruji. new I i
: athoice variety Fancy Soap I !I a31 '
and nephew, do; D S Grire, Pa; S ElV anl set- 1 Sjprone Cnarj at Tallahaasee.
restored aSicted cues to health A VFOVA, JarksonvUle. Continues thq! bosinen heretofore carried
fur IUn Ikertbief*, and othir fiuy artiJc'. luany perfect ; Menetileoceof on undcrtlie lIe also anh an alvsatsgeons macneeties wk1
pant, Ceo; L C Clark,d"; Af C ClooJ*"*!, X V. ; .luitAMe fi>r Curirtmad Z&t. which he has innniarraLIe eertificateii. the A TEASDALE, PaUtkx ;, name tf TUXXO, PIXCKXEY A CO, an able Lawyer at W i uioijiui Cty, aa will ensure

NOT.27th-Cot F L Dancy, Fin, J E Hcarn, <1oNQV. ; dec. 2-ut T. MCMILLAN, j j Speaking ojf the treatment, a physician remarks and tenders to his friends the renewal of his serrices. 1 a prompt an.! 'cce\Ir rbHe.-ti of ah clabas M

'th-MF. W A Crintan, child and twuferrants i It is evident that inhaling-constantly I WILLIAM M. TUXXO, I may be placed in his hands agunt the .United .
NEW STORE. i breathing aa agreeable, healing vapor, the mcdi I % Tim U.S.BETBECI MAIL, Sept 1 2|? State. *
Fla; J M Ee ?". d
Moor*, do; II Morgan an-1 lady.X V; JIL-i C llorrn Produce, Groceries & Provisions Jhe whole oi the anal cavity of th*. lunjf, and thus Fix and Savannah GeoI GEO. ABBOTT 4 COA -, t' '

do; II A M.wpin. do: J \V Gilbert, d on them when introduced into this stomach, and I { tray ) Charleston, S. C V\V'
M Mygatt. Oxford; Mi* J Mygatt. d-n J R Pel- entire new tock of I ATTOZi.X7 ATI J23L15IT33
uT of Itlack Creek, and Jaeksou-
>j sod, Va; TT Stephen*, N Y: Rev. G MrXeH, X C; j I CHOICE FAMILY HROCERIES grin Ia for sale at all the dru jUU* tt. vc hout KlaM and St. 3lary ilruncwlctr I CASS Dealer AXD inSPIRIT CA3IPHC-VC, CHAiCHT '

Dr. G M Gilbert do; Dr.J'Fuliner, do; "Win. Va!. ] AND! PROVISIONS, j the cunntry. ,and Darieu, iron 1 '" ;
New York Dutchman ofjtm. 14. I i with Lamps of every ds.riptwn for the came I AUiralor and IfttrxanttSti, Ha. <
l.y, do; J X M Eppin:, Sir; A PcweU, N Y; A at their New Storo in Soniers' New Block, on Bar p., TIIK.btlMuipaekAit.IVtL..tIU. WILL attenJ to ill en&naW 4.tothorn. .
Toe Inhaler it worn on the lireaat under the lin. ; promptly ttannsfs
aal ..In.Nov. hu-h will sell for cash, and ; Capt. N. kino leases PalaLka
E B ker. Fla; Mrs Wil.-as danghter. ( street, tlicy cheap j en without the least inconvenience heat of at 3 o'elolk.> I EnglishTaniTttTTTt lin.nJrjm gl. adPaiut*. -S
CASH OXLV. j morning
2'3th-A Alexander, Rkhinood, G Ilulmes, will keep en hand ata 0 times a supply of the bodvtttuig sufficient to crap rate the CnLHand'relof 1 I at Jacksonville same evening, and of every kind, Linst-eii amlFpenn-.... I x. WHIT awn, p..aaaran -
II C; G W Brash, X Yj I>r. II Tlwma, Gee; \f l> They C.V ESof CURES like the follow. 1 mOrning at 3 oVIovk, touching at July 8 Oil. Class, I'utty&c. tf Mji AIliStOr. O'a itN.wnsijsi1lo. SI
Tbonisudo. hAY CORN. FLOUR PORK, BACON, 11A3L log might be named. One Package of Hygeaaa.ha I places abore. I July i-i; :

ing. -- -t300 SADLERV COACH, lIAR UWAR ldite i. .
Marine Intelligence. : fur the Wholesale trade. [nor. 23tfM' Ja,. F. Ketfhtrry, P. i. ofPuneanncm Jo, I fare from Jacksonville, C 00 Xo. 1G3 Meeting Street, General CommLsion.Merchants
I am cured of the ASTHMA of 10 yean stand- titkets are furnished from Jacksonville jalyS CAOT1CaOnS.C. ,

Port_Jacksonville._____ | EIBO M. PEIR>.OV, J J. B. COKER.JocAswivac lag by Dr.CurtV Hygeana.JIarrartt I. I for -800 I 101 State Stir!. Boston, Alwt -Jtt *
1.74. I .cwnanr Ic, Fn. Eat Ian A T. MATTIIIESSEX 4 OCflARA,
| Eroollyn, WELAKA connects with *>n*of the 'paritri-taadp>einpt atteatioa tataW
.t1mlvEL). Mrs. Pant of Xo. 5 Mainmon rt, X. V, was and Philadelphia Steamships from Sa. >VIIOLI ALn CLOTHING IIOUSC. WIJi'LUMBEB, TliJBEa, COTTOX-an-

UW.20-.Hr\f MareeUa*. Norton, JLune. Pearson Coker eared of a severe ease of lironchcti by the Ilygeana. Wednr Uy. I 3o. 14 J Lest Bar, corner Queen, other Soathera Iiodac .5 S
'4 '. Bark Mary II KendAll, Brock, PhiL | I> C R. K. DUKE, Palatka.I July! 8 Charleston, 5.C. tfWARDLAVT octl-tf 1l.tIlOrLTgL: '
.' 4' Sehr. Klvia, IngalU, X Y. j Attoruevs at Law and Solicitors My *iiter has l.een cured of a DI.TP.E5SINO I IIISRER A CAXOVA. JarbcnTille. ,

21-$rhr. A vg4a, Offin N Y. | IN CHANCERY. COUGH several ye-tn sttndin awl decided to f S. M. LAFFITEAU, Savannah.I I WALKER & BURNSIDE, p i A Sore Remedy. -i- '

M .' Schr. Pttcrmnn, IVle, WiJoiinston.XC ociitaJ themselves in tie be inuureaUe by her PhytricUai. the was CURED I Cotton Factors and If yon ati troubled with a Cold, Cough,Ifoane-'
I' ?J BrigCbimboraro, Bromn, Butt.n HAVE together in ONE MONTH by the Hyeaax M I FOR ENTERPRISE COM3USSHKN 3IinCHAXTS. I ness, Crooehitu,*r aay affection cf the Laszs)'or'
.4 23-Brig Ori1n..brook, Boston of their profession.Ltters Jacksonville J. IT. Gaubert, f. M. ExJtmonJ, M*. }' intermediate Larulinst on the North Atlantic Wharf Throat,you an adriwd tw make trial -.f STl. ffiLER'S
.4 BngClara EllenBUnehardBuckport j aldre"eJ to thorn eithor Price three Dollars a rackae.-sold by CURTIS july8 Ctorleston, S.C. it AXODYXECIIEEBI EXPECTOBA35Twhkb.
6* t

29-Schr. Koloa, Pam'Mll, XenbedfonL j jM __ __ ____ __ Chambers st., X. Y.-4 Packages sent free by cx- I THE Steamer Darlington, I fiEXUISE LONDON DOCK PORT WINE; mejieine" If it were art such, U woaM not have
Schr. MouUuk, EotLcl, Charleston. TTANTE1.1 DWELLIXfi hlOrsEsoita- press loamy partoftheVtetttatesIr Tea Dull i J.Brock, will leave JacLwn- LT JIIDERIA WIXE reveire 1 the deeded ariA wan apror at Of sooM of*

Dec. 1-Brig Billow, Carliek, Bartc j \ 'p Me for a small family, ty the first January. X B. Dr. Oartia Ilygeana ii the ORIGINAL I Saturday morning at 8 o'clock, arri i FRENCH BRANDY, i'F the most eeebrttel. uatelUgeot awl birJs.miaf..p.

CLEARED. F.ent not to exceed*H per month. Apply at and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE all other are I same day,-leaving Palatka at 5 Expressly for medical pnrp we at physicians ia tb? ronn-ry, wh, ba.een --mad *
this offite. nm25 4iA baM immitations or rile and INJURIOUS counterfeit ; Morning ia connection with the ep2-3t_ATOTHECARY HALL acqoainted with the re.ipc frua wV.h it is! em*' *

yor. 17 Schr. Looatkia, Crown, N Y. *. Shun them as you would POISOX. and H'elata. Returning, will II.W. KINSMAN, poundel.rn.Lwhos-ty that "It wil! erecfawr* '

eg 21-Brisj Linda, Carpecler, Kingston, Ja. PPLE. AND POTATOES, jo>t received u For tale by I at 5 o'clock Tuesday morning, 117 Kin?flrttt.f i; jpioJ than any utiLe nu-wirwu preparations with

I. 24BlZh1nItry, Kerr, X Y Jc"n ii>mcnt, and will be sold cheap MILLER McCUEX, Bayet--noT. 23. : at 8 oMuuk Wednesday morning, nJ has In store an immense stock of wbkh the country i in n a4:te .' BriTaterioo, Well*, Borfon. [vi* .I IK 04V 23-tf BURTON 4 OiRAVES- &- same day. WINDOW HI LVD IX, testimony, each as 23 eWorthinztonKeIlyMartinl30 Insolvent Notice. I .A.-M. a;
BricOra REED Cherry Exre.bnnt. eat STABLg' .
which he a now offering at price curb M to
-Brig J Mean*, Ilemck, M rtln qqe. I rtATALTXA C. SKIFF, Administratrix, and Agent at Jacksonville.n. Inducements customers. present I DIAURIKEA COnblAL. could aeverU.. pwrfa.,
GALPIN HOUSE W Manvel Crerpo, Admiawtrator of all and eiajrnlar of R. REID. great AL50 | red, unites they were cell; md truly"IDim4tIJ..v
Dental Notice. G. 31. GALPIN PROPRIETOR, the &**!&, chattel, rights and credit* of Agent at PaUtka. Lace and Moulin Cartiln*,Satin DeLanes, Dam- cinea" There! re we advise you U make trial ef""
? F. Skiff late of this deceased bar. them with cisc! See .
.S OSTWICK would respectfalIy _. Ueorf county asks, l.eall at a great bargtia. july3-tf' ee.'e. de :riptive paapletec a
? Middleburg fla. this filed ia mules a written suggestion Wanted. to be had of tbe Ftv-e ef of '
saferas the ettotens Jacksunvilie and its vk.taity Lug day my I ajintj each, ] tQe*

that,having opened aa office ia the DaguenanCaOery TUIftTEC.MILFS FROM TIIE ST. JOIIX3 BITE*, of the insolvency said estate I;. SALESMAN and Book-ksfper, wanU I &G.COUKTEXAY; ]1 cents per bott ,or six bettie ($250l ,_ ?'. ,
,i. Fersy th street,will attend to all brancbce ttaated near This ia, therefore, to notify all person* having ,>1 ia a Pry Good Bnjiness. Apply I[BOOKS,HTAT10XHRV AND ChAP _Address K E A. STABLE&1 Cas -
and demands against sell estate, te tie cbs same, duly
News office. oct7-tf
DENTISTRY in the most approved CREEK. I'CRLICXllONS.
BLACK and antheniteated before the Judge*of la tbft Circuit Court aTPuJtAia Caatr "ntVUstcra -

w.M" aaa.t.p.r. .of teeth destroyed without 'TIIE HOUSE isa very commodious one, prerel Probate of Dnral Canary,, by-the ninth day,of DOLLARM RBWARD. jely8) Xo- 3 Bread Street,Char leiton.S.C. tf; Clrcilt a! ,TAatkmy ,
Kerree achiar
1 and can accommodate-forty or fifty Mar next, at which time there will be a pro rata i from the subscriber isis black man AGXEU'. nSIIKR & HOME. 4 Kobiaji, E.ianotov'eftbe tai iTirf nitx. -" t

persons. It b located on a BilL The Creek I dwt'ribntioo of the assets of said eetate amongst the ., 25te4Oyearsuld, and aboat .ini FACTORS AND COMMISSION MCRCILVNT9. -} Testament of Cuora-l Van Dchleo, 1t.* f f tj- >

Good Groceries.rpHE I abounds with FISH,and the snjToa dmj country creditors thereof. lie has email eyes and a tery bold look, ,Cuunty,decet, Complaina&t. ? f {.

Fabniler aveeesMor, to J. B. Howell ooJ. teems with GAME, affording treat attract nte Wkned my name M Judge of Probate, and the of : biteUigentwhen spoken to. lUirc&tHCT Accommodation \\fharfOtaretn j, .&..,t-Van Duhlea and others, fh. Iteizi an f Crada *
Dewetta corascb.s. a baLl a foil an*>rt- SPORTSMEN., seal of said Court,this the math day <* I ply the forehead-negro formerly belon-? Uu-of&liJ Estate. Defoo<(usLa. *" A. **'. 4

laeak,CC fay Oreeerieo, which lie win cell low ->o pains w'.ll be spared U render those who f
(oreaah.He a vor him with a call tumfurtaUe aad happy. thousand-' eight hundred and Wy.fbo.rS I his way to Georgia or Florf'Ix. The; NET.CASH JOBBING.HOU8C. *,:i having filed hie BTIouCU'Chancery |ia r' "

has co hand at all times aa amortment cf HOUSES ant CAERIAO ES win be in relacs FELCC LIVIXOSTOX, will be paid for -delivrry to any Nus, 253 k 255 Kits Street., [ Uu Court, sKjgeatiaz, the pro'uaMe jwoiriarr of"'
good liqwors, which win U cold at UM lowest earhprices. te ewnrey Travellers the lateiwr. [nav23-3aj Jp.Tre of 1'rvUtcs Dual County.' ( State. : VP, U<$AS. -r CharZs4siTe7* aid Estate! ItisOrtlere4That perxma hatkir '
Castotnen will always meet with aa aeeommodatmr. r November 1854- he N.v4-4w : claim anhwt the aaM Ertate, M CtaCttnWtcWeTWMado 'L

{entkmaa in the person. of Mr. Gory, Joscnli rhilden, ". iMOlrTBt Notice the Country Ia New-York City. *.CHAFEG AM AND'* CROFT. I >.file their said ctaiaw with'thE CTerke/
who hu. of tbi irmeot.a taw Coart ia ami 'foe the
TO- sen
cargo r: wINEs.LIcIydnMwEcAR. , )
JKO.W\ PRICE. gtitz rSarnk U prepared.t.sot as General .
24 the
b tweat2A183X its
I BACcOir1&c; or oc* ;orJaanae.t '
Paints Oils and Glass, CeantlefDureZ.I Correspondent, to New York, fat Out
Grveerlec, Ac.1 AXX'JyXES Alaluia1.triz'ef the a and others in the inlerwrHe win jvlyS Xs 173 Easifley, .Aad a3tlceLkisIied besea
2fo.ll nAYSE-STRECT : X ia thU,Cuvoit Week liatQ
oace a
rtock efJ. POLLY ,Jt ewspap.y the
rpm bjrrib .Kariaif parehatedthe .of Jetrn A. Jonca,deeed, narinz filed whOle time and attentkin to the por : -. ..ILJk4S.2( iiptrtbonof.alctpeswk :-" -
Or eeriM ofMi. &K.Williams, re eetfolly yitti* POgeOOSofIbI1O4DLCe55 7 .ef Faaey aa4 ether GooAv Books, D12.tLEU- IX CVQCKKttsL tJtQlOKSSE ., hand
lnht4wees ax
,,o1iett&j.atrosag. of tbepvUk. ?J1. will .*of*; KEEPS cMMtantly and for OILS valea of geaeral all Idod aasortment*. VAUX- ofa ldEUtei Uw ** tiierefnre to iJi! alt perOM I' MaaafMtarer'a and.Jiecchin-- ARSJLc. 7 iJig. teenth- tiiven-sndermy day etjaly,Ji.IX, ILl.9 t : .- .
wall hariof deiaaadii agak 4 nW Estato,, *o pre-, .FhiheophleaLtppiirais; WILLAM awA'Xistg.
'w.vrtrcH 3rcjrwhich Isu IZwINIJOw1LM3*1 Wfl'3. PT sja- 139 East Bay CharUsfonJSC tf.X S .-
tent them, daJy.prored awl au oaoaedv to, thaJft.Ig ; COUdIfCIe :
U 1ll sell IS reaaoa bUUn *V- MyStCikeaoetaotly [TLatPE-uNE52PIwT OAS,COTTOX FOOT of Probates of eaM County of Duval. en or &;Sccds.Ztak, Jo. ,COIZIc4IOnI '1 ,-S :Eascsr CT7tSS'.fIOrJ4i
1u hs rtplenwhed by sew arrivals Qiy FirrURtSi GI4CE.ai4 BMUE.sC: raPlairtertag th of March vext whea there wflTbe < uiU rosecVUfcL laforaaiion oTaU:
before Sot day DtALI DRTJCS 5IEDICTXES, '
Iiotzi-I7i. to .. .1 HE22BT CEBTTFT taal UM a6>re.l Ta tr
frot.itk. a rnwrata,ditrik Uo ef the f usda btVwgtoa to JCffard peri.sin4 ptaeke' .& *ci T Tjni3 aeopyeftheOnlereatlalamyoaesJ. -
JOH55OTICI2. 5. ToEcsEp.i ; prwued-Md-tTiaraateBd ftr -i ; &,- '
DM.2-3m. PlsJii iad OrBameBtalj sgi4tuieoogsLtbe.Creditoci- Witmban.lau'Ithisof thereof profesaional tqeo- and.others- J nay 4 4acI sfOTjS-a U Wnnsa, vy kawl awl th*Seal OOeaT al faal
2 1ck1th;, ; Craft Ooaaa i Palatka this.19th-dar
: d efJaJrM
U.. Comrt.T rebate, this she eu>al .ampkiana..upgeil mu sent to
VotwBBLS *05* dat. I 'vfll 'PPL thi rflhIRbseiIber1eufreugii .to.ffer hU swrr' 1 fliuj $23tb day Angut A. D. 18S4.yRUzJ1vIG5TOL". ;; : Pasiages Mcart44o CaUforuia, Awe- : ian &BRDTIIEIIS& 01354. -

r I.dt.ofbthatcfA1cbaiosit7Fknait A ixt t# ate Ur-friends aai the>pabbo, fa the ', -- ; : ,. ..IttJEae; anjllunjj that aato- DtALERXCOVFd1UZ
t itit.ofJa Briefj 'perfbrnuAW ofTJain and Omsj ental PlasterliiR Coat. ,well*r i York aad .. .-
direaul JESSE B&EWERI rkkIsyItg. Or3' 1Lt B.WIU ODtZ&c$ ft -2G-G me*, taa do lirf an fcbsefltee.'will to 'Comer Eait Bay an*.CJOnheriaotStav ?_ I bs the H.sireibl.thabat.ofDmresewty

Ker.2S.-16S4-4! OfldIngiUI0SItDuanabl.t.rmaMA u : j to4prinpth7.ciiIiiea jtcAseiem&c., 3 it Thirlsvv"k.i.a- ss..
Uawelf to ai dees fleet RainS. cCReyLSaU.rtoe.aj.-
pledge* '
..t1cc'ThiuiM. I I :
coputaerahJp ;
pack babe iptr.at1I tObhi .Jc sdi. eaae4. fe thi b.ea&tof'ers.tlti.iliMheI2u.: ,

; ? t-tXZOTILL f.otttaM, the &nSg.6&4. 15A4'uA Y- .. ,-.- I ACTOZ3 AND' S.. -S -CA; 8iDt. .

hip / '- nefcartly ocaasary itt iira i oM iiiiattofthe XutaLq.tJam.ZL.C.Iid.n T & -I8MwIberrj.Se siu4it. COMMISSION- MERCHANTS .: ILRs.IDLZISmo5t. ; -). .
whom he ciu.d-wAInreseJt( flits! incoenta Mvc1arsttUt. .. v S : -
UJcLUwork -
I.-WflZATON BOARDING HUC. .. -5xoa3-saittheim: Whv, .
iaiiccls B ouI.Jags ofrskt.toe Ptaa coutteftuit&I.uuaiit.an4 .
beet Easteseflaj5
:1,1 IrS1 aeLv J .
1834.4Z aik : BoardingRou i* ;. -- -
JickusiIUSv.1P. giteai1 bis ptiimth1'it $ pedant %lidactioa.1I.r.spsdfeUj will *t1MM..1w. to U 5J & Xeesi
the & Wm.:3LLawtei5I: Wm,M Taylor,
ioudttriwlof *
| Jo r sbiaf.Uow. & jQ1TZ'e'rlIia. Wthr1bsDc
un1'II1 .
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.lmcol'samn.Oork : Orange aad 5$.LacIe.11'Tuesday in ApriL llOi US ::

JJLACKSMITH1NG. Sumter 2d Monday la April. PALATKA, E. FLA.

.. ._ ii1acvi., &. ." & J. B. hOWELL __ R. W Biggs & Co. Marion 4th do d* ApriL THIS MW aDd pleasant EstabKlhaMBi menO ,
C0n *
,.-- Alachaa 1st do do May. : upfor the MeowDodatioB fIllM

. 44 UartetSt Maaehester. SKGARSA&: DAGUERREOTYPE ARTIST.M.W. Colombia,. 21 do do May. Tiling Public, and unsurpassed by
/rinftoTFanlUiM.. 102 ITood-Strtct Clttap.Mk Nasaaa before 4th la say en. kLt
Wecbejdar Monday May.
.. Corner of Newnaa and FonytJMtmte.GROCERIES. 0 established, II DOW .pea for the
Mnrfoa Amtrieon. EitobtMWrU lIreJtioa J
GRAVES, Dove 4th do do May.U Boarders superintended
*. 33 4iw SrMf 410ZXofiStrrtl; L.CAPELLA' Rooms thStrtt.DR. 5 Johns 2d do Jane. by Mrs. K. a.,
on Forsjr whose earnest will
4 care be to please aH l
& n
11. 8- FRUITS .
FALL rcaa ODe who wilIaij in. The
. is ar TalaaUe discovery for public jLrdoe5. .
rrn Uydromagea
: -treetT Orange and SU Lee!. 3d Tuesday before the 1st peettul1y riicited.
. S.
JL proteotias the feet from damp or cold, and Rooms over Bisboc & Canova's Store, 234m GLI1(8o
ahsrefere a preventalive of many Lang diseases, C. MYERS, Monday November Sep
. Ac. Bay-Stnet. Putnam, Last Tuesday before the 1st Monday ia
9&vtaydoetorinfiehatrtr. Hydromagea GROCERIES PROVISIONS
I ,
: II hi the form of a sole, aDd won inside the boot orhot. Newnan-fifreet JEWI3LUY. November., PLANTERS HOTEL
i Snmter, 4th Monday in November.
is antidote
Its indicated character a powerful
z to disease. SANTOy-,.- C. D. OAK, Marion 1st do in Deeember. CHIRLCSTOX, *. C.4Ib1 .

for Geatlemea win be found agreeable,warm FRUITS, GROCERIES 4 PROVISIONS,, Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Alacbaa 2d do in December. TilE Undersigned woald respeetfellj mXcLform -

and coldest rainiest weather Bay Street.J.DD. Cutlery, Ac., Bay-Street. Columbia 3d do Ia December.St. his friends and the Pallic generally,that
,'as the foot cannot become wet if the dromagea Johns 1st do ia November. be has leased that extensive and well kaewa ee.
le inserted. Ladies may wear the lightest soled IIANIIAH )GROTIIK; Dual 3d do ia November. UMUbment the PLANTERS HOTEL aid i*

1 I hoots or shoes m the most inclement weather with GROCERIES & PROVISIONS SASH Watch-makrr and Jeweler, STATS COC T-Middle Circuit. now ready for the reception of visitors. Its.eHH.

inrpnalty j while Consumption eo prevalent among -. BLINDS A DOORS, Port-office Building, Bay-Strtet. FBI50 fins. ble location, being convenient to all the bests,,,
I. or oar country, be thwarted by.frgan.rsZ localities, win commend U to those who visit the
fOUl Bay Send. C. OAK & SON, Madison 3d Monday in ApriL business and
tuptrteJtee city on no exertions or
adoption. They entirely -- : Dealers in and Manufacturers of Guns Pistols Jefferson 2d do ia April. expense wQl
.r..naesath.IMt.resuie the feet to perspire MERCHANDISE.niSDEC be spared by the Proprietor to promote the_-.
and not Ac., Bay-Street. Waknlla, 1st do in April fort aad convenience his guests, and reader his
besides are II
hi a very anbealthy manner; ,
in The House A CANOVA, Leon, 3d do in ApriL house, ia every, worthy of the public
4uctroaa..ear to pedestrians k1..thulikeWia "Buffington LIVERY: STABLE. Qadndan let do in I.reh.1
rabber. Whil. the latter cause the feet to DEALERS IN DRY GOODS GROCERIES andsupport. lie pleased toa4d.thaLbe: MS
By C. Bliss, at uffiington'Uou"e. Hamilton, 4th do in April I _red the service Book
"' appear.extremely, the Uydromagea, being AND PROVISIONS, *, as keeper, of Mr.J. W
S mete thin slice of cork prepared, peculiarly plaeed I Wharf of:' FALL TEfUf.Mailisoon I Lamkin, so long and favorably known to the UI
Commission Forwarding .
Jaokson.V'1.1.1e F1.orJ.d.a. NOTARIES 3d in November. veiling of this and the
maid does not increase the site of the boat,oreaaae I Steamere.Rap.Stteet. Monday community adjacent State
Savannah JelTeiMrti 2d do in November. July 8-3m G. W.
the foot to .nUeI To Children they noXAl.lVIAGNOLIA
appear ,
Tins well known HOUSE; situated the corner of Ncwnan Wakulla, let do in November.
are'l'llHly'aluabl.., as they'may engage in on Notary Public, also Commissioner for
with comfort and eftects. Their I BURTON & GRAVE Leon, 3.1 do in October, HOTEL
exercise be'llthy ,
and several States.
and Adams streets within few rods of the Post Office
to need mention besides a of II.Timanns Gadsden, lit do in October.
expense is se slight a* scarce ; I Successors ,
these who patronise them will find their year. near to the Steam Boat landings, and most convenient to the DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS Office BuJTington lloue. ll.milton,4tb do in November, ,)n the St.Johaa River

jy dorter's bill much diminished thereby. Ac. JOHN II. 11. flOURS STATE COURT Southern Circuit. UNDER CHARGE or CAPT. O. J. lnIY.
As the Ilydromagen iI becoming more known its Churches, has just received a new COAT, and has been renovatedfrom IMmt't Rote,,Bay-Sfrttt.. Notary Public. 8MU50 '.. TillS I b a new House, recently opened for tie a*

J increasing to an almost incredible ext nt.v. to bottom with convenience is now in perfectorder. Qffict at n tiffing Inn Iloutt.BANK of Boarders and visitors from tae
top every Levy, 4th Monday in )March
Lat year ia London Manchester, Birminglvun, II. U. HOLMES, daring tbe.enracing aad future seasons. '
Liverpool Glasgow,Leeds Dublin,Pin,Antwerp, The Table will be under the superintendance of an experienced DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVI- AGENCIES.A. Ilernando, 1st Monday in in ApriL It U stoat ed immediate/6a! tb.SLJobn'dtinr
Haiabarfh and Berlin our sales reached 1,732- Hardware Boots HilLlooroajtb.2dIondo.y ApriL about 25 miles from Jacksonville anal a short dtltance
it eions
Housekeeper and shall not be surpassed by other Crockery M. REED; Menses, 1st Monday in Slay.
iCO pairs of corks Soles This year the number any and Shoos Clothing Ac. Ac. from the month of BUek Creek, and is mss
far that Agent of the Bank of Charleston. FALL TEBJf. la.orabllocated and conveniently fitted
wpi surpass In this climate. The Proprietor has determined that his exer- Bay-Strut. ap for Ue
I Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as Ocean-SI reef. Levy, 2d Mondry in October purpose mentioned. Arrangements are mad. for

preveatative for Corcns CoLD, BRONCHITIS, tions to merit the patronage which shall be bestowed upon him, II. E. IV. CLAHK, Hernando, 3d Monday in October.Ilillsborongn the accommodation of sixty boarders, and already
: 4STHA, and COKSCMPIIOJT.MIK'S DRY GOODS GROCERIES PROVIsions J. W. BRYANT, let Monday in November. nunirrons visitor hare availed themselves a le-
II SUE, pr. pair, 35 CEKTS shall be without regard to trouble or expense.A and general Merchandise. Agent of the Bank of Fairfield, S. C. Monroe, 1st do in December. entice at be")Ia ia." The Iloase laveD

.. LADIES' do. do 40 do.Bors' LIVERY STABLE is attached to the House, with good Bay-:trrd. Office in holmes Rote Bay.Strut. STATE COURT-Western Circuit. to a fine Mineral Spring, and boats and poneys' are
2 .t MISSES' do 25 do. kept for(the purr *e going thitber.
Hones.-From the Retail Price we make a Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House L. D. AMMERMAW O ] < IJ: t : ( 8PRI5O TEBX. tor respectfully unites strangers and Tbeyaopi.citiseaa to-

Terr liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers HENRY E. W. CLARK Franklin, 2d Monday in ApriL "drop in" or sojourn at the Magnolia Iloase ia wia-
So.that any storekeeper may make a fine profit on ,oon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston boats. DOMESTIC AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Bay &!rtrt. Calb'uo,4th do in ApriL ter or summer,and thus afford him opportunity

. !; their sale, while they are an article thay may be Oct. 21 1834-6in S. BUFFINGTON. Hats.J Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c. Subscriber has received large and elegant Jackson, lit do in May. devoting that attention to their comfort which it

: kept ia say store, among any class of goods, Holmfi Row, Bay-Strett. TIlE of GOODS of different kinds, sctleced Washington do in May. will give himself and the able ivperintendeai s*
/or terms apply to % Republican copyWATCHES S. N. WILLIAMS by himself and particularly adapted to the .holmes, Tuesday after 3d Monday in May. much pleasure to manifest.

f. 11ARCOCPT ItRtil.EY CO., DRY GOODS GROCERIES AND PRO- want of this section of the country. lie respect Walton. 4th Monday in 'lay.I Jul11 J. A. SrIIE1lL
38 Ann "trect, New.York.JEJTTHK I Santa lit Monday in June.
; fully invites a call from his old customer, and the
I ;- --- JEWELRY SILVER WARE VISIONS.-Bay-Street. public generally. Ilia lock consuls, in part of Ecambia, 2d do in June. oran .:" S'r:1ng

it : titt'r.r' : 2a TALL TrRM. I
ASTLtiV tOOL 1.R itAitr., 3i.i>.. Franklin let Mon .IB AND COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AUC HARDWARE, CUTLER, WOO AND public are inpirmej that the above Bode
the eminent Medial Pru.titi>>ner, has led a TIONEER. CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND Calhoun, Thursday after Ith-Mon-laj in November. THE.- been leotnl train l>r. 1)cts and M

j. vaJniUe le the *rli in his Holmt' Rote Bay-Street. SHOES,HATS AXD C VPS.FANCY Jackson 2d Monday in November. i paint rill b* spared to render the tia'agreeable
after 1st in NOT.
I Great lrc\cutatlvc of Co sumption, Fancy Goods. ARTICLES MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Washington Tuesday Monday I and to give tat tf art ion to all who amy faror me
Holmes 1st in November.
, PERFUMERY Ac le. le. ,
AX n I with a call. A new Lathing llou"e ban been em-
: i Walton 4th do in October.
: ;: UNFAILING CUUE H i. i-l-.M.NARY: : DRY GOODS., GROCERIES, PROVISIONS AU of the above Goods 11 ill be mid on a* good !: Santa Rosa, 3d do in October. ted at tbe Spring tbe'tUfmmoobt of ih***

1 DISEA-FS. TLAGG Ac., Ac. terms an at any house in this city. I Eseambia, 2d do in October. who may desire to bath in one of tbeMSvlpkvr
jl GEORQ Bay.St.PARKIIURST July 22 II ": W.CLARK. i Spring* in the Country. The lucatwa w reuafk
i i vithout the use of & !.,". _ -
; I[ UNITED able for health, not surpassed in the State. D.Cul ..-
I Sir A. C-, Bart, anveniedanli'i.itedtl.e iie J'ao1.J.son.'O"1.11c lEJrvst P1.or:1d.n. & ADAMS vito,. J. IXEXDRJCKS. JAXTS B. CBE!. Northern District. high pine lands, free from tbe anoyance of ia-
Ii. c., Planters and Lumbermen I sect especially MorjuUoct. Can accommodateone
, .1' XEDICA TEl>FUli Cll US Tl'KoTic., Toll WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that [ Near R. W.2 Biggs i Co.'s Foundry, undersigned having formed copartnership 'Tallahassee, lt Monday Jannary. hundred person, only 25 miles from Pilatka.J. .
j'O all per oosoi.m ag.s Jat o jiiia.", AS a he .has again opened at his old stand, j Bay-Street. t THE the purpose of transacting a I ApalachKola, 11 do in February. J. DICKISON, Proprietor.
JL ecrtaia and a safe shield against cwn uui|>tion Pen.taool.1 1st do in March.St. .
i J General Merchant Business at s<-pt. -61MAGNOLIAHOUSE.
. It Bronchitis, Asthma Cough, Cod; and other afflictiutf SUMERS' BLOCK C. C. COSTA, I II I I Augustine 1st do in April
of the Lungs which anne from the exposed FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY: AND MAGNOLIA, E. F, .
with lanre stock of i Southern District.
,1 a and well selected
$ I would call the attention of all who
.7 state of the chest according fashion, and the SODA FOUNT. revpectfull are Jack tout tile Florida.
, eontmaal changes of our d ln ltf'. VA itl w12w H laW A Corner Bay Ocean Streets. I desirous of purchasing cheaply, to their largo and : Admiralty Court sits at Key West ; always' in suI 4 s, THE St"C CRIBER has just completed tie

T "The IYo"eet.r"is srft j'ly *r5iet"iitly prep trod t ANDF'.A.NoE ,! well selected Stork, consisting in part of I I< lion. O1: above Hon>e, fitting it op in the most eon-

I; : fur, hn.l with silk! .-ul |>ultei, \10 II:": Mi |
. from the "e<'k, <-<.r M- "I .:w'-i, m "'> ..veei.ile u GOODs SASH, BLINDS 4 DOORS. Hats, Cap, GroikeryandGlatswarc Governor, JAMES: E. BROOME. all that may favor bun with their patronage.
,:: : manner I b.d.'I 'S nuUy -*ua I to which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the Orer 11. K. Holmes' Store, Bay-it. Boots and Shoes, Drag, Medicines Secretary of State, }'. L. VILLIPIQUE. Particular attention paid to Irava1i k. '

i i comfurl."Jn \\.\ V irk Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as Iron Nails, Paint, Oils, Comptroller, T. AV IIREYARD A. COT.

+ I'r it' :::!."'-iZl: 'J ; : :. -Ij-. ,'\ar.> st. le and price that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah RE.STAUHAXTS.PIKEXIX Hardware and Cutlery, Window Gla** Treasurer,C. Il. .rSTIX. Corner Ocean and 2Honioe-stre ta.
.. / : Particular attention to the Provision Basinew.
. paid
: oed intoimi MJufct 11 '' : :" be found Attorney General, M. D. PAPY. Jacksonville, July 8. Ib-J. >
the "o.t" t .>Jies t;- t. .nn.u" .a .i-urui, Among my assortment may I RESTURANT AND BILLIARD Hay, Dom, Mess Pork, Flour, Bacon, Fish, Supreme Court Jndgea. Good Stabling for Hordes. J tf

I MId tbe U'c.t ladies I I- 1 h'f.. t i af tune WATCHES BUTlER KNIVES, FRUIT Do, NAPKIN SALOON Molasses Sugar constantly on band in large quan- Thomas Balttell! Ciief Justice, Taabns'.
; bean a sUple article in ui.. j toot of Eun-jw .bi* -t :< '. <...J ..> luanjr cvan- FINE GOLD PATENT LEVERS, (full jeweled,) By Paul B. Cano\a, Ncwnan-St. Produce of all kinds purchased.AH C. II. Dupont, A slo", S. C. .
hand and made to order from Thomas Asooiiate Justice Jacksonville
I' DETACHED Constantly on pure Douglas, ,
r tries to the pMitmu,4 no .rl( .e.f di-ew coin and warranted- BLACKWOOD A Co.'s RESTAURANT- are invited to call before making purchases HKPrCTIOt !" PKICKS.eft .
: To demonstrate tae* I*ts enquire of any English LA PINES, el'ewhcre. Circuit Judges. TilE nn-lnni wit having leased this Httet.
, resident ia your vkintty of knowledge of (with A.without hunting CSBOM) CUTLERY.From Bay-Street. N. B.-A large assortment of Negro Goodssuch Western J. J. Finley, Marrianna. K...situated in King Street,solicit from the travel

. the benefi utl effects .or weu.Lg the Protean., SILVER PATENT LEVERS do. do. E. ELLIS' RESTAURANT as Kerseys, Blankets, Ac. Middle, J. ,t'. Baker, Tallahassee. ling public a share of patrooago. Board ,
: WITBOCT acoorase TO CTOitiTouf'ny kind The DETACHED do. do. tbe celebrated Manufactory of Geo. Wosten- tt'nrnanStrett.TADACCOXIST.. July 8-tf HENDRICKS A CHESS.GREAT Eastern, '\. A. "Forward Palatka. per day; single dinner 50 cU. only.
; stet vi wearing tuei-e irtxNv M lucre trifle, and II LAPINES, do. do. holm .Son,aooatting of Southern Thomas E. King, Key West. July 8in JAMES 31. IIEEST.

.I one will last suue ye'ire No uue wOo -.IUe. the From good makers, which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSOR SHEARS MAIL ROUTE. I Solicitors ofthe Circuit
health of himself or h. f- \.., ..11 be withuit good time keeper .\ I I I. Western James 31.Landrnm Milton, CHARLESTON hOTEL
them. The Qui>piUs: iu tj* ...or: are not alone JEWELRY. I I Middle SWl B. IQaiAey., D. MIXER, :
recommending taetat r.rS\\ Intro III!mgtiitm.Ilanoart FANCY GOODS, TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEGARS.NewnanSt. i I Eastern James M. Baker, Alligator. Corner Meeting and Hayne Streets
;. ., Is. <'.. ..,f L .n l.o, and M n.:ben- Vnsiiwing of Such ai COR\L i, PORTE MONIES, ACCORDIONS abate Bufflngton Home. I i I Southern, Henry D.Kcndriek, Tampa, julyS CharUttonS.C.. tf
. S tar, Eagia., .! ingia.r.yitruste.1 with the I GOLD ;M"\RI, FOB AND VEST CHAINS. PERFUMERY, LUBINS AND Through Fare from Charleston to Wilmington, S 00 I Coanty Officers. _

,. nutauttire ". :"ri. ,- "7 t!;.- i 'm '.Jle.) CHATELAINS. LOCKETS, BRACELETS, OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, L A \v. Wilmington to Baltimore, - -12001 I (Fint name, Judge of Probate; second name, Clerk MILLS hOUSE

. Dr. Cuopcr,. .. ..... '-. '"'' J-' .vwlingtoauort PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS, SEALS, I'AI'IER-MAClIE JEWEL Ct- n. v. i'ILIRMIW. Wilmington to Philadelphia, 14 00 t of Circuit Court;third name Sheriff fourth name- TIIOSAS S. ICKERSOX,
t i" :. t ...'r' .le recommend DIAMOX RINGS, REGARD Do. SES, RObEldOD WORkBOXES ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. Wilmington tc Aew iortt, Ii 00 whenever it occurs-Tax Assessor ADd Collector) Corner or Meeting and Queen Streets
tu-KHi .M. .-m. .n r'r.>.e.t TI"," Ueee GOLD THLMBLES, SLEEVEAD PORTABLE With a choice of route between Weldon and Bal-! j I Counties. Officers. Post Office.Escambia ;uly3_CharUtton S C.PAVILION
Office the Court House. _
. BUTTONS opposite
COLLOK timore. I I'pWO
, ,
to their be In? g.nanwBEHOS AVRITIFG DESKS, Charles !I. Jordan PensacoU. HOTEL .
. .R TU.< i* A *TA LE ARTICLE, AID 50 STUDS, CUFF PINS, RETICl'LE. F.C3IS, FELIX LIVINGSTON TRAINS will leave the South Carolina'lUilroo.d F. E. De LaRaa U II. L. BUTTERFIELD",
. PArLaY M. ..(..'. BROOCHES, EAR RINGS JL Depot, Line street. Charleton daily, : F.31. Mann ,
GOLD SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES at 7 A M. and 4 3P M in | Corner of Meeting and Hasel-sta,
, Iv .:i'AiL I'm CES. MOMETERS: CHILDRENS'TOYS arming Wilmington, Santa Rosa, John Chain Milton.
t1 C GIST'S Sire $1.eachLADIES' PHIN AID SETT RINONS, TEA DELLS, Office in the Court house.McQUEEN North Carolina at 3 A M and 2 P M. Passengersby W. J. Stokes julyS Charle ton,$.C. IfNEW

k do.--- 1,00 do. CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS. .. Together with nriQU other articles too numerous 'ldXTOSIi.AT'rOnXEY '. the second train will travel over the Wilmington Isaiah Cohb,jr. ..

. I Bov A Minsee do - 73 de. SILVER 'V AU" to mention.N. AT LAW and Manchester Railroad by daylight at AV il- Walton, Daniel MeLts, Zaehecaaaa. YORK.
. I UAKCOURT,BRADLEY 4 CO, D.-LOCK WATCHES,and JEWELRY, mington two trains are despatched at 6 A M ant 31| Giles Bowers, M
I 39 Aa Street 4102 Nassau Street, COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT twrouhy and varrantcd, the thort- Office on Bay-St. Mr. Ochus' House.C. P M, the first Uain only connecting at Weldon, j Xiel1 C Manroe.II

I New-York, v. 8. FORKS,TABLE DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, notie. ly" TERMS CASt a[ IIROWARD, i North Carolina with the Seaboard and Roanoke | Holmes A. II. Brownell CerroGordo. Js Holmes,

4 Principal Warehouse 102 Wood Sired ChtaptiJe j SUGAR SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do. ATTORNEY AT LAW' Railroad to Norfolk I thence by steamers to Haiti-, M. II.Stanley, 100 JFo.7 Street JV. T.

t London, Maaufactory. 44 Mariet Street Man more;an 1 both trains connecting .Weldon with; ll.R.Godden, 'S "ITfILL paypartanlarattentio.toale.fYeb.

. tnttttr England.U. Jacksonville FotinJrjAXD NEW SKYLIGHT Office on Ocean-St. ( the upper route through Petersburg, Richmond and Washington Washington Tabor, Yernoo. VV. low Pine Lumber, Live Oak. sad .
establisliing Depots for the sale : Washington. At Baltimore Lot h tines connect with 'I
B.A Co, are G. Worthington, other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE sad
. of "The Protector" in of America. Pbyetctans ) .P. FRASER the lines to Philadelphia aud New York. John A. Taint, U to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.july7tf .--. --
Sargeons. DrngrsU, Clothiers, Dry G.wds, ag1crnial anrrR ATTORNEY AT LAW. I Public are respectfully informed that these lines Jackson J. B. Ronllac, Mariana .
Merchants Hatters and Miliiuer,aim Gentlemen ACHINE WORKS. Office on Forsyth-St. are in first rote condition the Cars are under the John W. Passer 'S

? FUll llhiR Store-Keepers entmste with the to inform the citizens I management of trusty and experienced Conductors, James Griffin. MAnpen S. II. RockenbaDgb
Subscribers made sxtcnshe and
wholesale and retail dutrribntmn of tnem, anj to pHE having TiE Jacksonville and its vicinity that he still 4. P. SANDERSON and the steamers from Norfolk to Baltimore are Jesre M. Clark, M
in their establish
whom liberal terju ore.flered for their enterprise, valuable improvements continues keep open hi.NEW ATTORNEY AT LAW, navigated by able and experienced commanders, Calhoun Elias Branch, Grove. GExESALCOMMISSION
and a splendid opportunity opens to them for safe ment. are now prepared to fumish- t Forsyth Street. thereby,securing both safety and de l'atch. I James II. Parker, M NITWIt ANT
sad profitable baa.oe Steam Cn;iues,of any required power, from SKYLIGHT GALLERY, Through Passengers and their baggage will be Thomas J. Land la 112 Peart Strut..X T. '

For terms apply toUABJCOfRT 1 tolOOhorxes; o Forsytb Street second door wed of Dr. Hol! F.J.WII EATON. sent from one Depot to the other, free of charge I! Franklin, Thomas J.Eppes, Apalachicola.Quiaey. /CAREFUL attention will be given to sales of

.. BRADLEY.* CO, Saw Mills; land's residence, ATTORNEY AT LAW. along the route. I Samuel W.Spencer M W Cotton Rice, Sager, Lamber, Timber, aid
r 3g Ann Street, l'ew.Y rk. tJ. S. Sugar Mills; Where he is prepared to take picorl in a manner Jacksonville. Through Tickets to Wilmington North Carolina, Tbigpen, M other Southern Prod_. Abo, Merchandise par-
A Warning.p. Hone Powers Grist;Mills not .ura8 by any. He ha spared no expense can b*had ofO. F. FOLKER Agent of the South .I Gadsden, E. C. Leva chased on moot advantageous terms. jnlvSAf
up his RI having a splendid G. >V. CALL. Cnrolinr Railroad Company Line street,Charleston! R. C.I.ester. 'S Hoe fc Co's Patent Ground Saws.
UDela1 not; hwV nit '9 your mini th* and all other machinery used in this country. for South Carolina and to Baltimore, Philadelphia, Subscribers
reception room up in a neat and ATTONEY AND COUNCELLOR.R ort r S. B. Love, H THE manufacture, from. the best
eateneeoffuols' philosuiihy, tbd. disease will Iron and lirase Castings. tasteful style, besides his large fine Skylight, enabling Office Bav-St. New York,at the Office of the Wilmington and Ra- James M.Smith: H Steel, CIRCULAR SAWS, from te

I pAred of itself or that youj' cure:.t wth certaia "rSteamboat, Saw Mill, and other repairing, him t tk pictures in lup singly, in on : j leigh Railroad Company Wilmington, N. C. Leon D. W. Gwynn, 50 inches to eighty inches in diameter. Their Saws
at abort notice. clear or weather. confident of I Forfurtbcr information apply B.B.STEVENS Jt.Archerjr.'S are hardened and tempered, and are ground aid
medicine for a ffw Jr..lan lie ware how you t-jj All macbinojy purchased from as will be giving satiation to all who may favor him witha R. DORMAN, I AgentCbarluston,S.C. jnly-14 II. T. &Blocker finished by machinery designed expressly for the

tamper with your general welfare.Ye put in operation in any part of tbe State, by caU. for past favors, and hopesto ATTORNEY AT LAW.Officeon j Mechanics,InTentora and )Ianulatturcr' L. C. Demilly, purpose, and are, therefore much superior to th M

wild end vn'mus yoolhx why will yon persist competent machinists, when desired, and UpoDreallGn.ble receive a continuance o the same. Those who BaySt.PHYSICIANS.. WaknDa George Miller Sew Port.T. ground in tbe usual manner, as they are strengthened

fa with the ftltay useatingcompounds daisy terms. do not want pictures respectfully invited to --- $570. IN CASH PRIZES. 570.YoLcxETzvor J.M.hardsoo, M and stiffened by increasing them ia tbfekaese
dosing Drawings and Estimates fnrnismed, without .
call and naming his JltlpimoD. THE "' (lenlrJc AXCBICAX" N. G.W. Walker, M regularly from the cutting edge to the centre,eoaseqoently -
proffered thereby irapairuig your pjtie and charge. MOONEY Founders and t GOOKIN Machinist, July 8-tf "E eomntencesonthe. 16th September. It chiefly Noah Posey, M do not become heated or hackled sad
digestion, and destroying you mentally as well as July 8-tf II. D.IIOLL.ND.Office devoted to the advancement of the Interests of Altrhanift Jefferson T. J. Chase, MontnDo.James produce a great saving ia timber. '

physically, when you can be cored with a few do- -is--- FLORIDA IRON WOK8.4 ** CHARLES DEW.ALL on Ncwn&n Street. fnrfntor,Klanufacturtriand! Farmefs, R.Tucker M They aLoe manufacture Cast Steel Mill Pit sad
medicines 1 J: U'. BIUGS & Co, JilJaritonrilU and is edited by men practically skilled in the arts Joel Walker I' Crocs Cut Sans, and Billet Webs, superior quality -
eee. of pleasaat /pw Fla. UC'O.R, A. S. BALDWIN, I and cicnccs. Prubably no other Journal of the James Morris, M all of which they have for sale, or they may
Yes who are thus annoyed and wish to be res now prepared to execute promptlp orders Jackaonrilf.Jla. Office on Bar-Street I. same character is so extensively circulated or so Madison, A. McDonald 3UdIsonC.II.Jasper be obtained of the principal Hardware Uerchaate

sos,4tob.stlasndsigorby a treatment at once. ARE Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar Mill. SALES in any part Cr County attnded toe generally for its -al.bil\t\ ]. Nearly S. R.Sessions, M throughout the United State aDd Canada.
pleasant and effeoUa! should consult Dr. AIOKRLS. and Pans, Grist Mills Horse Powers Iron and ..Iictcd DRUGS AND MEDICINES. all the Valuable Patents which issue weekly T. ). Anderson M R HOE A CO,
Uis .lI Oe11.a hruuio .Iiae ties hjs beengvsMr Bra* Castings and every variety Machinery. G to the commwioD either from the Patent Office are Ulustrned with Engrar- MeKinney, ahIaeniltol3 29 and 31 Gold Street.

taaa Ibat us J.y other |.ors .in of his day. Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work Saw Mill, or auction disposal, quickly APOTIIECARY"ALII. Logs, and the claims of all the Patents are published II. J. Stewart, fctT Publishers of ncwpapers who will insert
Kaay who have been .iw jtr jiflnrteJ with Jueaseoreoose Steamboat and other repairing. attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The DRUGS, MEDICI ESPERFUERY&c., regularly in its columns as they are issued1 John Funk, I. this advertisement three times, with this note, sad
((aeDccsreAutiuig ruui ei aw, bate Thsy will continue the m-tnnfactore and keepetnst.intIy Subscriber has been known in this community fora McMHIen Bay-Street thus making it a perfect Scitsm AND MrcRA)i- James U. Ilendry, a forward as a paper containing the same, will be
Mea restorod to betltU; nl tig r Jo r.A.lyacieotiae CIII band jheir variety of Plows, Timber number of years as Auctioneer and.otherwise.- CAt EXCTCLOPEDIA of information upon the subjects Jerry D.Smith a. paiD ia printing materials,by purr basing four tim .

treat meat.gaosild Cart., Chains, Ac., to which they respectfully invite He offers no recommendations, but desires that inquiries "SAW hILLS ==x of Mtehanical Improvements, Cfumtttry, ; Columbia GeorgeS.Herbert, AHgator. the amount of their bill for the advertisement.
a persmul lutervwur to oiijeH enable, patronage. July 8-ly should be made concerning himself of aaycommercial Engineering.nd the ScUnctt generally. It is S.Scarborough, M New York April 23d, 1854. ly-3M
state your dueaee u writing-end'we five dollars house at the place of his rosuionce. EMPIRE MILLLS. published weekly in quarto form suitable for bind. Reuben Ilogans IIW.

e4dr4s Dr. \'. U MORlt. 'iir-ngj! tbe Pot- Jacksonville niaekimithlng, Since the fire he has located his store on Forsyth Perkly, Parkhurst, & Co., Jacksonville. tog, and each rolnmne contains Four Hundred and A. Sheffield, 41 SAVANNAH.
ere, Savannah, G*, anl .;;j .4'uielivincs, AND street, on the burnt district, where his Auction business Sixteen Pages of Reading Matter, Several Hundred I Alachna, A. M. Carton NewnansvilJe.Jacksonville. .
ecarcly pat up will toe sent pnv.Uly >n I wit MACHINE SHOP, is also at present conducted, and where be MECKLENBERGII :MILLS. Engravings, with a full and complete Index. I R. Youagblood, Ii -

.. despatch full of direv'.on '!, and nue. At the former Stand of Sedgvsick.T7URNISHES keep hand, o the mOt reasonable terms, Blackwood A; Taylor, Jacksonville. Its circulation on last Volume exceeded JOOO C. L.Wilson a'Dural Dying and Renovating Establishment

"e.L Pkmgbs of ell kinds, Timber Car. GROCERIES AND PROVISISS. I copies per week and the practical receipts in one Felix Livingston 73 Yorl-tt, near a. Court Heists
\ rersnae n..' at a 4..Mi>.-e, vrjk-ted with Scro JL riages Carts, Chains for Mills Mill work of For< Cash and Country Produc. CAROLINA MILLS. volume are worth to any family much more than George Stone, Ii SAVANNAH, GEO.

-.' Cata Old U era,Tetter, Ctors, Pile*, Futala in4oo all kinds, Sugar Mills, Ac.attention. jnly8t C \ DeWALL' Kelly & Co., Jacksonville. the subscription price. Uriah BowdeD.'I "3jSe5f Established 1852. 'JCS 73
\ Gravel Stricture, Glade,.r any disease what Pjiticular paid Steam Boat and The following CASH PanES are offered by the John D. McKinlay, a
of aa aggra sLed or malignant character,can :Mill t done at shortest FLORIDA MILLS. Publishers for the fourteen largest lists of subscribers Nassau, James T.O'Niel1 Woodstock THE iergyaLolalto his patron and friends

Elf r.4 at home t.y nonsuit mg i'r. )MORRIS by Saw notice repariag.Vbeelwrigbting;eAU orders left at the store of S.-i. To 'e Publo.IUE Fairbanks & Co., Jacksonville. sent in by the 1st January,1855s-$100 will Mills. .their continued favors would state that ia
fee. i Nassau C. C.nell addition to the improvements ia Dying acquired
- .w- port paid, enclosing a N. Williams will attended to. be given for the largest list; 975 for the second; nt
Kedicwes pleasant and .ante ,-no be'Dter mail 19-tf b promptly J. A FARMAR.ItemovcJ UNDERSIGNED, successors to Hcxar PALMETTO MILLS. *G5 for the third; 935 for the fourth; 950 for the A. J.Braddock, Ii by him daring his last visit to England sat! Soot-
to any part of the ('&t d ttilcs. aug No. 3,Holmes' Building, have in II. Soiled Jacksonville. nab ; 945 for the ..ilth.10 for the seventh; 833 D.illgginbotham.U land, has made arrangements for extending hi*
Particular attention given to Ihe treatment of female Apo'cOa jJjTei store and for sale, for the eighth 930 for the ninth; 925 for the tenth Ft John's, Gad Humphreys, StAognjl'ae business by which he U now enabled to Dye a greater
complaints. Ladies abe aty le aflictedrtlh A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OFMERCHANDIZE PIICENIX MILLS. 920 for the eleventh; 915 for tbe twelfth; 91Q for F. C. Unmphieys, M variety of Colors oa Silk and Wootleo Dresses

Irregularities Flour Al'uus, Whiles, Hr*. Dtpo 'forJ': Stephens & Potter, Jacksonville. the thirteenth 95 for the fourteenth. The cash Jacob Mfckler I' Shells Ac which be trusts will generally please, aQ
psms Uteri or F.llin;of the Worn1,. would do will be paid to the order of the successful competitor Putnam, W.W.TlIIDblin, M who may favor him with their patronage.
wan to Uy ajiJe all false dciea-y a.)1 promptly lo the New Store In lolme Consisting of Dry Goa Groceries, Provisions, CLIFTON MILLS. immediately after the the lit January,1855. Htanislans Glinski, M Gentlemen's Garments Dyed Cleaned or Renovated

eoasalt the D>ctor. Cures warranted lljllJhjg, opposite Dr. Hardware and ", Crockery and Glassware, Taylor, Richardson & Co., Jacksonville. TERMS:-One copy, one year, 92; one copy six Natbaa Norton, as may be required, in the same superior
.' Jr All letters to receive' aUentMii mist >'e Office JacksonvIlle Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, and a months, 91 J five copies, six months, 94; ten copies, Marion, John Melntosh Ocala. style which has generally to much' pleased his patrons -
II .3 bin, a fee Allre s Dr \\. U THERE is kept constantly 0 hand a large and large ulreot of DokanJ 8tiooel and all SPRINGFIELD: MILLS.E. six months 98; ten copies, twelve months 913; Robert Bullock itM aad frieads. ?
; totals. Svnonih, Geo'f V V well selected assortment of other arcle.u ; they A. DtCOTIES, Jacksonville. fifteen copies, twelve months, 922;twenty copies, S. Uelvestoa Ladle Bonnets Dyed Bleached and Pressed ia
, ?CuSkMiltiEg Rooms, X o 88 B'"m street op- AJTD cC. invite of the public, and ask them to twelve months, 923 in advance. J. 11! Willis, M the most fashionable styles. Orders from the coon-

yeatto Mooameat Square__ ju>/ 32y Always riYld DRV by the warranted call and examine their stock before purchasingelsewhere MOODY'S MILLS.P. No number subscriptions above twenty can be Levy, D. A.Morgan .Wacassana.Taaipa. try punctually attended to. Terns ...-
fresh and genuine. Also,lklt anval as they flatter themselves that they Moody, Jacksonville. taken at less '1-0 each. Names can be .ent in at John R. Hatcher. a. When parcels are sent by steamboat or ralboed
lM the Circuit Court or -Uhl.1D County, can sell a low a anyone else, for cub or country. different times and from different Post Offices. Robert WaUerstoa M word should be sent him by letter.threagh the
Eastern Circuit of Piorl: la.jtathoar Perfumery, Cmb.Brashes Plaid Soaps, pnc. BELLECHASSE & FINEGAN'S MILLS ,Southern and. Western money taken for subscrip Aillsborough Simon Titian Post Office so that. he may know. caB (OC

. Robins Zaire. of the tAct Will aal Lamp.U.ruIDE .e I. | M. W. GRAVES, Bcllcchasse & Finegan Jacksonville. M. Cunningham, oJ them. .
Testament of Coarad Van Dublea, late of said be sold low for cash. t N. II.M.:W.jQnAvr.1 would respectfully tions.Letters should be directed, postpaid, to Mess & E.T. Kendrick, u juU 8 ALEXA.NDERGAT..

Cpaaty,4.0.4. Complainaat Country orders solicited and punctually attended public that he still continues the REED & IIOLMES'S MILLS. Co. 128 Fulton-Street, N. V. Hernando, Joseph M. Taylor, DeSoto.W .

A.A.Tea Dohlea and others, the Heirs and Crsli.t lo. Phl'i pliptuD put up with care u ID DAGUERREAN BUSINESS Reed & Holmes Jacksonville. Messrs. UI1J1rIf.t Co. are extensively engaged in W. M.Garrison, .W FORT 4FACTORS DI7NIIAM-
ten ofeaid Eetate Defeadaate.AffTBOXT del procuring patents fur new inventions and will ad- Charles McMiaa, M AND. :
J TEAS. one door west of Dr. II. D. Holland's residence. E. L. COMMISSION MBJtOKAKTS.
vise inventors without in Selph
charge to the
Execator regard oov- .
ROBIKS, as a/sresaid. Agent ro the Kew lerk Pekia Tea Company. Jacksonville, July, 1854. MAYPORT MILLS. city of their improvements.A )Monroe Benjamin SaWyer, KerWest.Enterprise.. Savannah, Gtv.HerfryRFort. -
'*5 led his BUloa the Chaojny side (/ Tenet direct importation, aad of 34 varieties,from Teal Teas I i Teas 11 Hoeg A Parsons Peter Craso M .. I T. K. Daahsjs..

,.4xm51.g tail CborV eanwhaf ills Ordered tbe That probable all persons, iasolveacy having aI'10111 ba'pl'a warranted a at TEAS of the very best quality and warranted Mayport Duval County,Fla. CARD. BabetClark.'a JOHN RICHARDSON,
WOULD take this method of *n-
T informing M
reduced my Samuel Young, FACTORS, ,
.extremely prices, ia
eisiaw acaiast the saId Estate as Creditors or oth'etwise. Impr & .
Coautrjr Deafen I PANAMA MILLS.E. .- JL friends and customers and public generally,that '
. So il* their said dainu with the Clerk edt i eppUe.b1orcn- packages | andfromBOientsto Orange Algernon Spew. Savannah Georgia.iS i.,
0 t his CoA. m and for the sail otwaty of pataain lug accompanied wit $ pnnd' Black of the cboisest R. Gilchrist Panama, Duval County. shier the great fin in Jacksonville ,I ban reestablished Art.laar 0 baa Qffltt 2%. \ Btdte/frft&old ,
GARDEN A aIm quality, at < Post o3ceatJacksonyille- In the new building opposite the residence Elijah Watson, II .
eavee hetora the tweaty-ftfth, A.D. JtW&SEES.'P c o te ; we, E. Baker >
T. of Dr.Baldwin where 1 bave:'Opened the Sumter, W. C.Williams Adamsvflle
I8UV Aajd the thft notice be paUivhed ia some.Kewapapst j.lS-tt' a a" kp O. MCMILLAN." eng?-3 MdULLN81 ST.JOHNS,:MILLS.Jk Apothecary Hall with an entire/ new stock of D,O. Lee 'S silt BBOKER AND GENERAL
this .
hi week until the
Clmdt eace a
Apter Ual B.YtGI.
and P. Sanderson & Co-' Dnp and Medicines Cbemlcs, Perfumery,.Fancy -? B. II. Crone, I' COMMISSION ')1 ER'OBKNT.
-.wpisatksaereaidperlod.OUwa 2V laable te 11..4 Ctta H. 'gam .. them a Trial. Jacksonville.- Articles Combs Brushes Candies Garde and Solomon Hull ,II t-tz JittPHILADELPHIA1
aatUr myhaad at Chambers, this sIn.ssda7eIh1jA.D .- LD. 8ale 3t Post officeat Flower seeds, Burning Fluid, Lampweeks and eIyS8aPunR4IhiG. .,. -

'.$. -, 'WIIiUX 18S4.L.J(44'SAJ Fou,I1as Uy'J'( Btrof:St Joha'i' ,. river saoeoeded M.reeniiper.on In foisting upon havs.le the'1 many Wo NASSAU' MILLS. Lamp, Paints and Oils,WIndowG1& Pa( TilE "q
tlp.4i on the river The tract cal1 Water and Mineral Water cool and
t, spark- ;
'bt Cnrl"lM, embraces eevea hundred sad fifty acres, five ,hundred less virtues preparations that claiming for great medical. Bcllechasse &Finegan, Nassau River:' liar, to be had at the counter all times, Sundays jU'MIrnai: : : MIiIL ? S
a end individuals refuse
Z4ni.rCircuiifFl.rdts. many to
Post office :,er jjeartyao, first hammock Jacksonville: exccpted.Physicians. .
'I inOttTCrRTIFY that the above is trae r J take say thing not santlooed by a phiyslolaa- coirranaa': : : -
a and ia (iU original state. th This can nave their prescriptions'put up MALONE ,& TATLORf
of the Order on tie laa office. cleared o sancsienbubeenbesinwedipen8TAnLgg'ANODTNE ORANOJIMILLS.. With and steam Haw Mill, Cora Mill Shingle,
a PT y about eighty acres &" Co ,CHERRY care night day.' SLUMBER AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
a EXPECTORANT' and Lath and .
Flaming Machines
and the Seal of the A.ILCole&Co.
: 8-tS
.1f&Tnll.bD4 o 'eosamf July :THOS. UeMILUlN. -
I topt noase ia PaUtia, this of7al/- crop \ flftyyardVof. in. aeeending DIOBRUCEA CORDIAL In more &baa'ltan located, at Eart,cad of.the eity, are prepared to ,. ,
p r p. deed instances. Indeed many-medical men who MAGNOLIA MILLS execute orders for '. 'PAiJaJdplt;
\ D.. I.OLl1fSD; ,.r" Oa,the premises very superi .!reUee. J 'trlilaom
\. .cy$ CWftfC. C. /p. <,.. faVWKJUU AFTER DAI spplioaUoa feet War. and event in case Coughs, Cold*; and diseases. of T_ front the present time until about the 1st of at moderate prices deliverable. on their wharf for (( B1l.. .f4.
41 I B .oran the respiratory organ, which coma' ader tbelrcare. shipment,or'on the street for city.' Liberal advance .ade.' EcCec. U
/ n- ..: ke the Iloaorahle th* Jadge of Pre- .And ia all diseases of the bowels BURLINGTON:MILLS; October next; when"th'1 will re-open monk of 'Philadelphia
terms aeflMamodatiaf. Apply tTasBoPiaekaayCa too snob Good.forthismarket.. meantime ,their C TerriaCAJ. K.T. BROCK '
.idDtva1.sst7. |U, for leave t..D..j 'iarI Cor&1 Sadfer & Co% Post office Mandarin, Fit. *
II pessadb.d 11)them with&he RICHARDSON .
5 ApPlloi. LLDTitOTTZS- -
lefBearr&SadUr.Uteafsaidooaa. Charlestoa, 8. < A-T. Bra- bttshieM will be. ia the hands Rodney Donrtan; .
i.,aatM* d, for thea tt ef creditors aad heirs.I haes, PedaikarCapt Cezetter, .Carolina. thus utmost excellent*confidence la ite beaeidal effect. Give -- PAthKA.MILLS.', '1 E1.," 3LOODOOOP A B BOUIKT.' :Oatteptwalses.XKB. jehyS-di. '..'Bti Alf ...116
medicines trial. -
descriptive Corn gronad oa loU,at any hoar ef the :
sc.Ibiiwisrthipl1oL ; .
.- C. EADLU. Falatki :
.U.'L Steam SawMill Co P4atkiPOVNDRY.AXIMAChNEWQU., "' "i; the cheats. Pries J Notice.'rim ** J1II1.1Ua AiAiiEg: .
'rJtJL. r- ;
c ; .. I ..IOiES only 60 cants tor each sti :rmx'iiviKasTOjr 'a
4ILrILIR, ".norum er bottlgi for 2,50. nos? ismyaa* .
x J .. St.Jaa'iB1g; 8."September Jt:h.IVnisedagent daring irry absence from the imCEla) ner by'gtfes that M application .- tii.1d.e r'., .

i Jfte 1.i 2 tS. -' .' : :. ElysIan Co1 gne.DtETsUlc .. ; ,. Jwt< .' ijly22i1. BtjpBAitSojrilCHOICE .J.H, ..wiQb jnade to the aextMsatoa. ofjthe'Geoeral Wqf )

ATCHELDORT8 HAIR DTX-.The best.'w.Juiy voioo,1 QQperqnaror.LJe2 JACKSONVTLLB>FOUNDRYAND. HA>fe8B > As nqty for aa act of ragoryorstiog of a BeakJ.JbiJa W.,' .a1t ..
rr weefcjy
/ <
c< psiJteeau .
X>441ele ewln et&ter pint, tIIId acocfdlnf 0 ACIn2-WORKsi.: : jo.Tltt--fi *lfc '
e.fsrealer. .
< ,1UIDtIty; nttlJ
'J.l. ]% .
fI' J: to .zr-.e.and | t sli cheap by ..' .
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