The Florida news

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The Florida news
Uniform Title:
Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
George C. Powers & Co.
Creation Date:
March 10, 1855
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Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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

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(11.? u T H 0 RI TOy .. From Ta.11ulato Lake- Providence" La. From" Keatdue, by' Blossom HBI! .to wont. Livingston, ::5 From Anderson,br Bedi, Elwood,MitchelPs From Rock Island, Ttfpett'a!" Wada'a, From, Beaton, by Eland's aad Bratl;to

i.aa From Tallula, IL, to Po well ville,.,Jssa- Greenwood. ZavaHa. Jasper,and I Leona.and WI'. Bluff to Crockett. and Gaston'a, to HOdges Perryrille. .
LAWS quena County. From Kektchie;by -Pleasant Grove, and Ferry, La : From Athens by Bethel ?Troy KeechU From Round lop by Long Point and From Bentonvilta by' J" IL. 5-Uoa 55 'to Sumvb7St4
a.eF: THE UMTED STATES. From Tbomastown by Hopahka Carthage Long Street,to. Frank's Settlement. From Huntsville, Centreville.. to Leona. Gay UilL to Indc|>endrace. ra1. !
fAI' ,Edinburgh, Laurel Hill Philadelphia From,Lake Charles, ,the.parish of CaJcasieu MitchelTa/and t.e ; From Austin to San'Elizario. From Kuik, by P Pinrtown.Harlow's'. Hill, "'NIl
rtrnLic'ACT OF-334 COXCKESS Cofladel ah, and Pleasant Spring,to. Gholtoa. by water 'to Month of Calcasieu' Froth Huntsville ; From Austin, by Bluff Spring. Lockhsrt Palestine, Beaver, AUred. Athena Co Kemp ,ile.
.. OrTBE River, to Sabine Pass, In Texas. ; ', Seatt01Maritc Plonr creek, Gonzalet. China Grove, Mount Warsaw !rte and Prairie Creek to iJai- From BoonviHe to Fort Smith. ,
From Union Church to Pine Grove. From Manny: to Milan -Pendleton. From IndianoU. 1u From
S Petrea, Concrete, and Cnero, to''yictoria. Brownsville to Dhageon &, yu-p
NtrED STATES. From Union, by, Decatur and Garlaad-. From Manny', by,Mill >creel. aDd ,Toro Cavallo.'to) : From Austin-, by San Marccr Bonite ,From Bosk by Sulphur; ,Springs to KostvFruta S I : f

Patted at thefirtt tettion, trA/'cA mix 1*. wine, to Paulding. to Burr'a Eersy.P ', From' IndiaooU, : New raumreIaland CibO1I to San Douglass. Ricbvoj .aw p.
3bUbIUt14l4dZ tAe AtjvfWashhig1ou, 'Jrom Vickabar& by White House, Car-' TftIm'Man'7'1i'!;1.) ,. IL,,Montgomery's,to- ria. ; : ; :ktunta.rrvim. Frum Bask, by Jacksonvijk; ,.to Larissa. SaU.awI Bocaj '.Mdl,toPio .BIaC.Jt .
o.:cm ttr District Cbfcm6ia.on Monday, 1li Sat&r1.ia to Yazoo City. ? u. DiItun It ; I 'rroDiTnd f Austin by GiBebmd'ierrek Blue From Rusk to Linwood: S : j roaa ceiade.gbr5IIuptun,55.'"
.-tkt&th day 9f December 1B53.a dend.s.ZJI.ndc From Ykksburg to.Deer creek. A From Mansfield by Pleasant Grove, toPulaski Prairie, Nashville, HilL San Gabriel, ban Andert,to Cameron. From'Sabine City' by Beaumont, Wens D.f t t0 Caine' .
thcrf the 7th day of August.i From Vicksburg br Young's Point,La, ,Texas., Cameron.- ,From Austin by Merrilkoirn, Bushy Bluff, Erin..Town LJulT'and. ,Magnolia Frwn Camdeo, by WoodJa..t :. .
: Milliken's Bend, Pecan Grove Tallula From Mansfield Kcatchie. From Jasper, by creek; 'Georgetown, Salado, Belion.. and Springs,to Jasper. to, Leak1.Stur5audIJ tcr.kStLt.L PmcE President. DITTO MIS&, Lake Providence, La., Princeton From Mansfield Logansport.t. Ferry? La. Howard to Waco \ 1Iage. From Saticetown, by Fairmount and TALe. 5 p -
JL. TCBIXBOK, President the Senate,pro Mis.,:Grand Lake. Ark. Point Wurthinton From'Mansfield by Grand Cane, Keat- From Jasper,by From Austin by pang's Settlement, Toledo; to Bnrkeville. from Camde 5 by Buena ra ..1'LiaJe'idak. ';J ;
tempcre. Ltxx lioiDSpe..kerof the houseILqttewnttkee. Miss Creenville Colombia Ark. Gainea'sLanding chic, and Blossom'Hill, to Ol'ft wooct Bendy' Landing, Lexington ana Prospect, to C&UwelL. From Sabnewwn.byMilan' San Angao- &IIu: Caib'un 3Ldii
et and Victoria Miss, to Napoleon "_ ,From Mansfield* by. Durham's,"and GenL. Hope, Moscow and I From Austin] by Georgetown, ttelton. tine,Cheri'ao,and Htlne, Nacducbesrum andlitOl1.z

,. '(h Continuation. Ark.From 0 Williamson's', to Shrerep rt. wc. >ut- ,r Waco Village, Springfield Fairfield, and ,"Sabinetuwn,! by Bear creek, tu krtmis CauadcD bt.J.iberty,
1 Trom Konciasko Vicksburg by Ito gson'.,Rolling ::9rnIili .creak,.by. Anacoca to Bear From onb.r Palestine, to Kusk. Jasper. S S I Jonah Dd5CLatk5LliUi! :
bj BarketUrill Rockj Fork, Col. Wick'sfl., IL West's,McNottt's Bon shall C DCnJ.P41'e From ''Bastrop, by Cedar creek.. Lock- From Sabinetown, by Hamilton. to Shcl- FromrCamden to A rksdipi .
aDd Lockbart's
Wheeling, Store, to Deer creek, Pixton'a and Alder Grove, toG From -)-Minden 'by "Bnckhorn, Boon's La. to hreveport.S hart;and Prairie Lea, to'Seguin.Froiu byville. From" Camden by Bnen Vi -" : S
"Lexington.' ville. LapJing Ringuld.lnnon Couahat chute .FroniJegerson; 'Beaufficmt to Liberty. Frum San Antonio, by Castroville Fort Seminary'arid Sand Hill,t.t, Ij'rwa S
'From Koscrasko I'ontotoc.From bj Greensboro and Frum Vicksburg by Wamnton to Willow and am Grand Ecore., _, Smithland and Point 1 From Beaumont, by Ward's and. Caney Inge, and Leona to Eagle Pass. tJsmden w B creek ia.C2d t
Hoatton to Springs. From Minden, by Bistenlao ,Bossier'sPoint From Jefferson Head, to Tom Bluff. Erum San Antonio to C pano, via Go- County.-
Koecinsko bj Edgtficld, to XcwtotiTfllc. ,From Vkksbnrg, by Warrenton, Grand ,and Fillmore, tb'BeTIeview.Frum .ook...Store;and From Beaumont. by Weiss Bluff! and lad: and Reragio. From.CarroI to i

KoschisVo Gulf, St. Joseph's, La., Rodney, Misa, M-mden,. by AHen's Settlement, FroinVeHerson lad 8ontu,;' Ballew's Ferry. La. From San Antonio, by Goliod,to Lamar. Br.dfe Milo. .S .,} '
AtUUrille From Ricblind.,by Bluff Springs and Water Proof; La, Natchez Miss, Fort, flat Lick, Dorcbeat and Pine Flat,to Walnut Red tiUv r, to Fulton' From Big; creek by Oyster creek, to Liv- From San Antonio to tare-Jo. h\Jm Cirrolltoby Oap, XIni'kiT.".
to Adams, Reed River Landing, La, St. Fran- UOL Ark. S S i From Jefferson erpucl. From San Antonio by Posit OakSouth- er, Marble, Uuuta,4s, and Fliz1rwrtJa. & I
From Koccrasko Bluikston by Pltntcra French cUvilJc, Waterloo Hermitage Port Iludsot, From Minden, by Falniew, to Belleview. Da'mgerficldl From Bonham by Pilot Grove, Highland erland Springs, Yorktown ColeUo, Sulphur ka..tsvule.I. S ;'

*Camp Tnum, and ,Teno to Greensboro.Moo&sCross LobdeU'a Store, Baton Rouge,,Brulev Landing From Monroe, by Trenton, Forksville, I From Jefferson, ,McKumey'pring creek,Cedar Springs Springs Pierpont Place, Victoria, and ruth. Carndlton, bi Worth ,to. Bock t
La-Onngc, by Mancbac Plaquemine, Jbrrville,Bayou' Grove Hill Vienna, Quay Arcadia. and Piano, to Dallas. Port Lavaca to Ind auota. &.d0e. .. Skruui
Roads, Matauiara Bone Yard, Miss, Cools, New River, Donaldsonville, Tureaud From Monroe by Ouachita City, Lind. mer.From Jefferson, by From Bonham. by Warren Sherman,Indian From San Antonio to Frrde cksbar. C&m ntoDbyPe ,toWuh- t

Kownth, Danrille. Jacinto, CartersrUIe. Convent, Bonnet Carre,.Edgar.Taylor, and till, Spring Hill,and Marion' to Farmersvine. ,-I I Monterey. Grove, RoEcland, Little Elm, Altuir From fcan Antonio, by Valley, Segnio. bourn, l'ra.r")10..
Cripple Deer Buzzard'K Roust Ala, and Labranche's Landing, to New Orleans. From Ka. man,by and Farmer's Branch to .Dallas. From San Antonio to Ca.truville. *rum CarruLtoo to Springfield MUaoorL'j C
to Tuscumbia. From Waterfurd by Pink Hill! to Milton Monroe, by Redmouth, Winns-i toTaos. < From Boston, by Forrest Hume, and ? From San Antonio, by Eagle Pass,Presidio jruui CjuroJUMi to Cumoo.ifiIlM L
\From Laurence bj Camarpo, City Point From Westvillc by Old Hickory to hero,' Butler, and Mound Bayou, to St. From .Kaufman b Linden, to Jeflerson. Del Korte, and Fl Paso to Dona Ana. via Mouth U butler, creek and Prairie 1i :
Jlarriibur, old Town creek, EUistown Raleigh. OR'ph'a. I' Wvxahatchiel From Brenhem, by Long.Point John From an Augustine, by Putt Winaham 'roia Cam Ufan to Flat creek,Ifiaaonril
sin; and LcakeVille Cla.ntille, to IUpLey.It From Westville, by New Dublin to Mon- From Monroe,by Spring Place, Bastmp From Lagrange. by D ibb'lI. Doctor UoHiday's, Lexington, andA. to'Wood ville. i'roiu Carruilton to JWckbrid urL i
From by Vernal, to Cross ticello. and Plantersville. Hawkfn'sLanding.Ark. kttsvilte, Petersburg Lawrence's, to Georgetown. Prom Sin Augustine, to Marion. 1'1001 Ciuirkaiuo by,JSiI cn.k r

From Williamsburg, by Zion Seminary, From Clarksville, by Mount Pleasant. Victoria.: From Brenham by Long Point,and Cameron From San Augustine by Shelby ville,I and UrteuwvwJ tw sugar Lo&LI i i
Front Lexington by JJolingretn and Monroe,and } .to Augusta. Gilmer Henderson. Rusk, Crockett, Cincinnati From Lagrange, to Caldwell.Fr. White Cottage, iiilliarj'*, PuLski. Kin-i A rvui Ctoxkeiah to Pleasant VaUer

aory, toSbongalot. From Williaml burg by Bunker Hill and Huntville, Montgomery, and Houston Lake, Egypt, .>in BrenLaui, by Oak Grove, Stony l From Lexington :& Fairmount to Gal\ston. .Matagorda. San Jacinto to SmitLHeld. .rum CUrk, ,
to Raleigh. Point, Alexander,and Young's Prairie tu ale. V Gn1ba'. 'Dcnw'
From Lexington, by Franklin to Bichlaad. From Williainsbtxg Oakohay and Pinne- From Clarksvilk by Wcod and Van From Laredo to Austio.From. From Malaria, by Lamar, Cupano, and I ULwa 'uw.uJ.aioa rtao .w l j

yule, to EUmille. Zant;to Athens. From Leona by Brownsville by Point Isabel, to Aransas to Corpus Cbr. ti. &).aoa Aloer iirook, to 1ajjj .
From Louiarille, by Pinni hook Noia- From WUliamsbnrgr, by Mount Carmel From Clarkstille, Mouth of Mile creek, fj Bras Santiago.From From Sbtlbyville by Aohton's and ilc- .trumJar..ulJe br hnelPem&"

paler,.Pearl Valley, and Philadelphia, to and Muntlcello: to Brookbaven. and. Ruckv Comfort, Ark.,to Paraclifta. From Liberty, by" Uruxiisville, by Edinburgh, Rio Millan'u. to 1 ulaski. 3lntut P.wthenon, and5Jaip to' CaTnjozjton. f
iJokm.Frum From Winchester, by Red Hill to Tay- Frum L'larksvilltby Monterey, Pine doclu Grande City, und liume, tu Laredo. Frum Sbelbyville to Henderson. .'
LouisrillCf by Ilajne'a Mills (no I lorton. Bluff, and EvHimatia to Doakaville, Ark. From Liberty to From Buena Vista, by Caledoniato, S irons J>belbyT.lle by White Cottage, knee CUrksviUe by WardviHe sni'Ev. f S
office) to GrawfonUrille. i From Woodville to Hopcwell Church.. From Cufieeville tu Uopewell. From Livingston, Mount E..t .'rse.; S Buena Vista, Uenderaun,BimkcrHill,bum- b.nj'i iiJ to Saint PeaL .II. (
From Macon by Prairie Point, to Pick- From Wuodville From Columbus by Gunnies to San Bluff. lure Gruve and Cluptun, to f I ler. trwu Ciartuvu
by Percy' crtek to From Cutia}I", to &by Bethel t.Troy, ) tgr Culhsvfll,to Sam ._
cLfrille, Ala. !. Fort. Antonio. From Lynchburg and Cenr ri1le. From btelbytille, by My rick's Ferry, to Pa01. Si ;
From Malcolm by CaJetille,(no office,) Adams.LOUISIANA.. From Coffeeville to Marshall. Front Lynchbnrg. Frum Uuilalo,by Waxahatchie to Dir Grand hence, La. rCm CUrk ,bI.Etrbank'a1fiIIliD4
to MeadTilJe.lla.ooooli&) From Albany to bhrevcport. From Colmnbos by Frelsburg Industry, rie, ieton and ville. S From Miernian, by Bason Springs, to Wl1JkJe1'.&U'0ute.. .'-.5' t.J "

I by Milldale tow From Alexandria by Point Magre Iarksville and Shelby, Round Top.. Angustine.. From Bunker Hill!, br Jamestown to Gainesville. Fruu 0'Urtn.lou to dUiJL: ,
}Mansura. Moreanrille.and SiminfporttuRcdltiver From Copano to Refugio. From Monticcllo, Gem prill<. From Sherman by Woodbcro, to Fort irua C.UUMI by AleaJcwa ..LcIcad
from Meadrill to UambuT1' Landiug. Frum.Corpus Christ! to Laredo. and Prairie Mer Rou From Buniett Court House to Austin. Washita Grayson County. Grove. aW lug 5tL&t5, tu JUoUkloVaUivii 1
From Alempiiis. Tena, by Olive Branch, i From Alexandria, by Xl'uieston. Walnut From Corpcs Christi to Brownsvfle.( From Natchitocbes Prow lJffeIl, tu Cameron Cameron From Shreveport la, to Austin Texas. Snout ttv. ltuad1, br Buiinvlle t.'it1.rIUP. f t
flU Mount Isabel Byhalia and Bed Hill!, Liberty creek and Uuddlestou to From Corpus Christi to Rio Grande From hatebitocbes Cunnt,. From printieIJlobJ Tuckony Spraipt unTalJ, \ Parka.aad Quito t4t ;
Banks to Ilolly Springs. Burr* FerrjFrom -. City. field. Shrevcoport. From Cameron to Belton.vFrum ,Spring 5 Hill, and Dresden to Chamber'. !.ct. I',
From Mississippi City, by W. A. RimsMc'g From Crocket Navarro KeecLil. From New fliers I cnek. kevin S -T .
Alexandria, by & Winfield, by tc Caiaeivn to Wasahatchic, via Waco. Dsnvilleby Rover in4Bhn ,
to Jackeun C, II. SaLiw Mills, Pine Ridge aline Sparta, From Crockett, by Culita. to Livingston. Abbe ille, to Perry's from Springfield to Marlin, via Alto t MJi u Galtreatla'din Scott Countr )
I ,'rem Mooticella by Benjamin BfEterg Mount JLcbaouo,a d Alhtuis, to Homer, From Crockett. ,by San Pedro, Ionia,andElkheart From New Orleans I rom Centrcvill- by Hall's S Bluff tw Springs. FroM 1J.LiI'datlr by "'InlaID Park' -Tell
and G. IL-Sasaer's (no office) to Smith- Fruiu AleJuudria to Ktd River Landing. to lal-tinte. ,- ", ing Alexandria, i CWkett.From Al From Springfield by Cotton Gin, Fairfield U-u-tj,aud Lltwi Gi1bce&&h ,.j'Wia it

dale.From From Alexandria by Big: creek, and From Dallas to Birdville. purL I Centreville, by Cottin Gin to Corsicano. Avant, Troy, Bethel, and Tennessee vr..n..1J' \iiI..e.'
Monlicello, by Providence,Ximrod White Sulphur Springs to llamsburg. From Corpus Christi by Lamar Cppano, From New Oneans i Colony, to Pakstine. F.&t Dai, by Parkersburg S 0
Georgetown baDdifer)1iI and Pearl From Alexandria by Cutile, Cloutiers- Aransas Pass, to Passo Cavalto. From New' From Clarksville to Jerr non. From 1r&I1.out by Cold Spring tuuntlviUe. cnek, Rcvwlle. Trouble Hill, Boonyille; ;

BJTer to. vile, Isle lirtvJle, and Natchituchea. to From Dallas, by Pleacaut Run,Red Oat ment, in Plaquemine ; From Claris v.lie,bv Maple Sprincs, Sulphur 1'\c" Macan, and URaa1H.lOd to-Fort. .
From Kapoleon Ark, by Bolirer, Miss, Grand Ecore Waxahatchie, Chamber' creek White Fitnn New Orleans I LlulT. Pleaaant 11.11 tu Tarrant. From laos, by Masker Corslcanaj and WUw. 1 i

toGIenew. From Alexandria to Sabinetowa Texas. tack and Bould Springs to Waco Village. bora,' Pass ( : From Clarksvilie by Blossom Praire! Riehland. cns6inp i ; Tiwockony frpnngs.Fnnn ks-out Ilary ,a.. bI White Oak ;
From Xstrbcz by Palettioe, Kingston, From Assumption by Star, and Thibo- FruiuDallaa to Johnson's' Station. Bilozi. Lynchbarg. [ Par;'Hunvy Grove, and Licke, to BoD- Taos, by Wa'xahatchie. Cedar U.u Puwet.1ML5 & E1b4 aa4
Koozrille. and Kiou Hill to Liberty. deau.x,to lluun From Dsingerfield by Unionville; to to Mabile Ala.- and Johnson's Station tu liirdnlle. t'l'OMI 1J&t'j' &w. 1,1' Camp reek ad .
From Natcbex to Church DilL From Atchafalaja to Big Aroy- Bo.ston.' S From New barn.Fm Clarksville by Savannah DeKalb From Tarrant. by Hooker, Cedar Grove CtM.rr} titus.,lu Lc.t '..
from' Satchez by Cold Spring and elks Par.h. From FronteD to San Francisco, Cal. Madia nville, to i jstuuMoore's; and Ruudo .Ar ,. to Ful- College Mound and Kaufman Taos. j'romJJ ArcbltPointto
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ffoodTiQe,to Saint FrancuTille La. Frum Baton Rouge, by PUina Store, From Gainesville to Coranna, via Alton From New Orleans ,'t.n. From Texans by Wharton.and t'alder'a moo lIes Arc JSlIIft y f
.. From New,Albany, by Uuneomb, Enis Mount Willing and Jackson to Clinton. and WaxabatchiCfQr -". .J: From New Orleans From Lynchburg, by Cedar Bayou, and to Columbia. rl rind IM.r Cadruu Ferry b.1 the mili&ae l
loon VslbonnBinningbam.SsiUfloMarys- From BaUm Rouge, by Robert Huston's, From GalveVtoa" ,Salaria, and Indianola, Pointe a la Hache. Wc t Liberty to LiLyrty..From From Texana by Morales De Lavaca. LeT 8t.OI Lemoine' Jerry J and DaidaadLt way of f
TiHeand; West Fulton to Fulton. in Livingston Parish, Coelk, the French to Port Lavaca. From'ew Orleans Madiiiou-.CutlandXeft'tun and and Bearden, to Petersburg.From 'te)kurt Smith. -, :t -
From New.Albany, by Popular Springs Settlements,and Bayou Barbary,to Spring. From Galveston by 'Anahuac, John's; bord's to Efitee 1'I Salem, to Burkeville. Town BIntf; by Magnolia Springs. FnAlJ Doakaydle bT'Almstrou A .,
sad Cbeaterrille. to llarnsbnrg. field. Liberty, Grand Cme.w' Smithfield, toSwartwont. From'New From Manchester by Waco,to Cameron. Cortland, Belgrade, Calcasieu parish And my, w}vn Wubi&. S ,
From New Orleans La, to GainerriHe From Baton Rouge, by Cock, to Spring _? Hits. field. From Galretoby($an' Louis,and Quin- kersua's, to Franc ship, Earpville and Pine.Tree, to Gilmer. Tille.from FI'\.IID'.EJ.DoraJo, by &a-rer Buinr,1 1
From Oakland by California McGee" From Baton Rouge,by Burlington,Stony taunt, to Matagoraa. '* From New River From Marshall tu Port Caddo.Jrom Tyler, by Mount Carmel, Belzora. creek Seotuviife, !_ Fnsnka i

Brid-e.. Point, and Dennis Mills to GreenLurg. From GalrcBtou to New,Orleans, La. From Opel"asae, ..Marahall,'by Uniwn Springs, to Sand Spring, Quitman.and Big dollar, to creek, sal, Homer,to Mindea. Tip.: j
From Oxford by Mocnt Sylvan, Beiiingb From Beilcviesr, by Rocky Mocnt anelPineTil1c. From Galveston! Sabine City. Broke\Lake Charles ; Jefft Tarrant.. From El Dora-fa by Jlwrnt
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T"t and Springport Panola. to Walnut Ilill, Ark. From Galveston! by Galveston Bay and. Ballets Jerry. From'Marshall,by Ash'Spring.Earpville, From Tyler, by Hamburg and Browns- waD sad Dorcbeatto L. e. .
From Oxford to Paris. From Belleview. by Deck's, Orchard Black'Hill, to Liberty.. From Pecan Pine Tree,Point Pleasant and Gum Spring qoro', to Athens. From El Dorado by Champsnugj.zningtou .
From Oxford, by College mil,Eapomba, Grove, Lancsville Myrtle Dale and Dor- From G&1fnfctti.bJ.'Lynchburg, andHar- Point'Jeiferson, to to 1'y1er. From Tyler to Mount Vernon, via Quit- Gravel 'Kidge Warven
Taro: kwelyn' Cross Roads Cvckrum cLeat to Magnolia, Ark. risburg, tb'IIuustonl., From Perryls From Marshall by Henderson Tyler, man.From Montonga ..Monticeilo aDd Car dfC'lo
Georgia and Pleasant Hill, to Meophia From Burr's. Ferry to Huntsville, 'in From Galveston, by-Sevca,Oaks, Llver- From Pine Ridg/ Canton,,Cedar Grove Millwood and Me- Tyler,by Seven Leagues Lenses Bartholomew.S ,. '
Tcna.rrom. Texas pool Columbia, Hinds., :'JBrazona, Cedar Gray'a store,to Keonuey'B, to Sherman. Kkkapuo.and Plenitude, to Palestine. From El Dorado, by Hmtboro1. anti
Oxford by Delay and Dallas to From Chsrington to Bayou Chine.- Lake and Caney, toMatagorda.FromainesvrnebyAltonand. From From Marshall by Glade Springs Elysian From Tyler by Flora Jordan's; Saline, Cherry Ridge, to Fa-rmeyllie.5 _' ,
Serepta. From Cheueyville, by Unddleston to Waxabatcfaie Livonia to Point Fields Keatchie La, and Grand Cane, Ridge and Four Mils Prairie, to From El Dorado, by Lisbon aDd Boflalo S
From Oxford by CasweU and Liberty Burr5 Ferry. to Coronna. From Pointe tJ JIansfietd. Kemp. Camden. -, .
Bill to Lafajette Springs. From Clinton, by Rose Hill Miss- to From Georgetown by Gabriel, Knob, S to Irvin Red" River Frum Matagorda, by Brazoria,and Cedar From Victoria. by Fanning Defeat.Go- From ITuttbetli JacksonpotiKenyoo
Jrom Pistols, by Halifax MonthaGa, Liberty. Hamilton. Burnett County. '.' Lake,"to''Sugar Land. liad Refugio and 0-San Patrick, to Corpus Clover Bead,,and Pawhatu, tVSmitlrrdWL t f _

Gomo Tatesrille Uercando, and Entaw,to i From Clinton',b.1roodhr Darlington From Gilmer,1;by Quitman, to Kaafinanl From Red River Frdm'.Ucrunney, by'' Alton__ .. to" BlrdsFrorn'McKinney Christi. S From Elizabeth, by Coleraiae Santa Fq .
Memphis. Ten, Gretrnsburg, Sangapaho, and Sibila to .From 'Gilmer r.; by Red." Rock, to.: Gum Chenryrille, Hinestbn; ; -y1lJe' From Victoria byTexana and:Wharton, Oak Ridge, .,rado aZI4STOIcetttoGaiaes- j
Frwn Pistols by Long creek McGee's Frankhnton. Springs. ; and Anacoca Ferry; to Sherman. Richmond. S T:'Je'. 't

Bridge, and Bock Hih. to Cofleerilie, Jr', ColombUj by Mount Pleasant. From' Gilmer'by:. .,JJopewclL. )b MountPleasant From. Red River : From Milan by Pendkton, Manny, La.. From Victoria by Angus Lamar.. I From EHzabetb to"Wofcottuaw -
c From DanTiOe.Beaver Dam :r Point F W''V --'' From Waco Village, by Dresden, tu Cor-S .From ,
Castor Brooking) \tnua;Dugdemuaia,and and Fort Jeauol: to Grand Ecore. ; by Flint sad\TaaIaquah -
\Slacbester Leaksville, and Wagoner'sBeaa Quay, to Homer Froin Gilmer, T>'lIon; Springs, Quit Water Pwinf toSLJ From Mount.Carmel, by blame's House aicana. to.Fort,Gibson. ,*
Ala, to Mobile. Frum Colombia: by Bedmonth Ion.and man,' Retina .Davis'' ,Mills' .,.and bhUoh'" ". n, to I "FrolQ-Ba,4'Riyer to Gilmer. S Cameron.From From Waco Village, by Deer creek, to, Frum, FayetteviDe 1 Hiloche ; :S
'From Paolding to Baletgh. Greenville. Hinestoo-- : rille. ---------------5--- 5.
Jones Ferry, to Point Jcfiersoa. From Mount Pleasant by Jrdan'a3LBsto
From PanMing, by Claiborne, to EIUs- From Colombia to;Ilamsonburg- '. .:Frbm;:GoEad,'';by'' lleyersviHe, 'Clinton,, to UontsvJte, Texas. S Palestine Waiting's Ferry,by Cotton Plant S From Fayetteville to BoOn'e.-'" -

tUle.Frora'Panlding From Columbia by Wmficld to Grand Cuerb,and Mastkngj'to: hJall tt.aTitle From Red River From Mount Pleasant, by Gray Rock S and Fredunia. to Henderson. 5 From FayettevilJe, by KoonV-Grov* to '
From -
by Uongh Store, Enter- Ecure: From Goliad,to,Cibolo Springs. via Lewisport, Lone &tarj' (bite Oak, Tarrant,liUi JreLGrovs Washington Griroesville,ShanS Carrollton. > > -
". prisc.aad 'SagesTiUetto Dalerille. From Covmgton' by Sun, Gel Shady From: Gonialcs, by China Grove Sweet S Natchitocb,an'l} 'Tunuer1 creek, Greenville, -Beau Montgomery, Danville Cold Spring. From Fair Forest,by RelTt-55 j BId:; Moa-* L
From Princeton to Point W.rthingU n. Gove,-Fonlsville.. Home, Petersburg Obhzmbu&I'and- Bar S Furm Red Kiver ereet; Millwuod'and lack lid to Dallas via From Belleville.Washington, by Qhapel Hill Tra tongs Monticello Lacy TouataJa Bill, 4
From Poototoc by Cherry creek Tardy- From Covingtoa by Parkenville iLnna. nard to BchinonJ. Frum Red River S from Nacugducbts, tu bhelbyville, via Swekringen/ Fri pe Hamburg; and EJeD to"Bastrofi'La
TflleJJew'Albany, Cotton 'Plant, Oriziba and Pearl River Landing to Gainesville r' From G nZaIea;bV LiveOaV: to, Goliad., Texas intersecting : 'Critics. ; Richmon Big i ; creek.. Columbia H.od's From }'airPlajbY CBft VM.ttt gwtat-,
sad Riptey,to La-Crtnge.Tenn. Miss C From Greenwood' Lai, by Bethany.Hysian From'Richmond, From' :Nacogdoches, by Mount Enter Brazuria,and Gulf ire:to Qubtana... Tille.'. v- jxj

From Poototoc. by Popular Spring,EDia- From Deerfkldto Ion. Fields.' Tex Kimlock, Grand BlntT to Warsaw. prise Uendmwn. Millvilie, WalUaz's. Ferry vile From Washington br Alillican Boon- From Fair Play,to.Hot Eprinjt r. ,,-j,
town :tCalhooa CarroUrille and Cross From Deertield by Pugh's Dallas and Carthage 'Read's Settlement Fair' Play, From Richmond : and A hvilleVtoM rbhalL 4 ,. WheelockandAlu"Spr.ngstoSpringfield. u From Fort Gibson, fby.cerek -A, S
Bidgeto. Jadnto. n..etto Richmond. Pine Hills and'MurvaL' to:-Mount" .Enter Yicksbarg,'Miss., Frwn' NacugdocLea,' by. Linn FIat to, "- Mice;and Fort Washita, to Fort.A. S
From Pontotoc br TaUabinella Prairie From Duoaldaoaville by Crane's Forge prise':; ./ ,From,Richmond, Mount Enterprise. I From Waco Wteelock, Prosperity, and Marlin From Smith to DoaasT Anna, oof. thv Bk S
Mount Okolona, and Lawrence, to LberdaJ Painouartville Church .Auamp ,' .Ptttersonville. .From' Greenville, by McKnight's. Mo- Acbwoodta; Grand From Nacugdocbes to Weiss' Bluff. ;to .Village. Grande.' v..rl 00g
From Woodville Town Bluff.
CentreviuV. ,Franklin Jeaner- e 'TimDa1e..Colcman's 11m.,land, .McKin- From. Shrerrport, Irotn NfcCogdcaher by' Anadarco.' and to ;From Smith bj, Jeinrr- Lb4d'S
'" From Woodville Providence
From Pontotoc,by Toccopola and 'La- ett'a New Iberia Saint MartnisviUe,Breaux ,' ton. : kert .tore. -Logari New'ttaleni, to Tyter;: by ," to Prairie, Blck Jack,aad.Tualia
styettt Springs, to Oxford.v : Bridge, V.Vennillionville.Grand Coteau and Fronj'GuniSpringj by'Mount Carmel, Tex, toNacogdocbes. From Nacogdoches, by Douglass Lin- BeaumontARKANSAS.. Waldron. """ "" "
Fran Poatotee ry \, Rocky ..- qWcD"aJIefind' ,Liantun, Kaufman. From Shreveport W'eW .Alta Crockett, and' Cincinnati to S From Fort Smith,' "VorSp C
Ford ':.CorBenriOe.' alGa and Maple ,rtarmerniu., by.Shiloh,',Lisbon From Hendersonto:'Gum"Spnass, via From Shievrprrt S Dant TUJe. From From Amity to Uotpiugs.Brcoktown !>* : Cbocoville,and lsek -iJt Tad.

Sprmca,Oxford. and Forort Grove;to.Homer. Bunker JJiH,and Jamestown. From1 Sparta by ,From'Nacogdoches, by Marion. and.Herrington John Antoine by Murfireesboru liionv1lle. ? 0... .k S
Ruu' and to "
Jro Poototoc, by Berlin- Coonewar From'. Farmerrrille byDownsville, -toForksville. From 'Henderson 'by' Belleview, New Frum !. '.Woodville.. Paradifta.. FazmingtooV* From Fort Smith,*by CIaoctaw M-c1
CMnborjh 1Ioo.and Weal'Fulton ., .*. Danville;and Point' Pleasant; to Gilmer.' ; From Stony Point From Nashville,'by Wheelock, Leona. and Micco; to Fort Washita. .:
Frem Store
to-FnJtoo. From' Henderson,5by1 Sugar: Dan to Uvingstonparishi Braumfeli AntoinebyStewart'i 'andCapt. From Fort ; '
From Grand .Coteau by Amasville-to From New by Keguinand Smith; by JCcb.oD 0 Tort S
Ash -1 aff'f -'. ward to1 Tate's, on Little'.Missouri River, to .
.fr"jPJymooU by. creek. Cedar Breaax Bridge 0. 'S (. Stamp's, -t U DWiii.trUm ; Gibson.. + iu.I
Tainptco,: Line .creek,andFameto From: Gaand .Ec by? St-...Maurice Fro' naaaTi, 'bf'.8m'' CtmijdarrNi A 'From Thibodeaox .Xe. .rsnm" j b'1 Siiterdaic. toum Camden.From Aberdeen, by Clarendon. Waten- From Fort Smith, by ,CAOctar Ageacy,
Box ekBoundiue5audSinedro From Trenton : "
1fUwl.eslie' SaiexnRnsk cr by Frederickaburg. to
h I'roaf EaSitci 'by Tylomllle "PooTJaMat Cedar creek Saline Wyatt'sas4hhatriawM to Cr 1rnage tOYeTnOn. saw. Lake roW Duvall'a Bluff. Des Are, -
aroe.:, s a? ; : New Orkans LIL,'to Siline f -Grand Elizabeth. Trom Falton.Bempsteaa Cosntyto
aad- Cara&aU Mill*,,:to.Au L Frum Jraad,Ecore aV>n&vthe.baak- ;..of1ted s i'roeniJi1liard'a' 7 by Carthageto. !1 ;Grind' ". '' irOIB Ai"lH ,MJ. ?S. \\' .-? '.' T ':-H'! aonport Augusta and.Uil Tnwgh Glaze,.to Batesville Jack. Rockr Comfort. : ."
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lUfel'.Jo Binffs.1ljf/ : : Landing Monterey Jrom New Orleans La, to Brazos SanUr S From" to Fort Towion,via Toe
SLrennon.'i2 FromAberdeen Mound S
*FrdBtyiDOnd,.Vy 'InbornBftisky / ;From1 Grand Ecore, "Aaaire&"r. S Sf From'TIoustan''.Tjy1. Jane's Bijreree1ciSoIitude'Em Mound' ,i6To.Jejfc Ta .*". 55 '5 :' > MempbiayTenneaseeFrom : .by*: ;,', City,- to Prairie and ,LryacsporC : : ,haw
'Sprmga;;Tand "''WiDoWeprings, to LivcipobL to Gal From Vernon to New.Orleans La b From GaiaesriQe S
Jeastxp mad'Manny"tu Sabinetown,1 I waIM4. ; _iron* 1.atTestant Arkadefpfpa jtar; AIpIrIeAmity to HatcherX ooJBvta
From GreenAborg by SC Helen veston.. ,_ S From'Vrfima. & ; Taralnlvsfln,4ud .. 1e,5tuziiZsnoha. Point Ri er, 'v.'.Sherkv's(Jerry..D ck.wwrthV
Ocb4Ga1t.17y ; *,Spring Centreville and Cawo Cove tor Motmt -
Bluff ttf El ;
cypess; r.FirDm Houston to Oyster Cornet- ; T.. FerrrdIadae:
field, aadPtae Go**, toMadiAarnil \ Ida. '. V3F" : 'Dttmaa:and Tftd>-
Dtw&si; .a camPJUdce; 10 Cue Jrom GcandUour,t>y LUehnont.Plea* .'fDwllton'11j'| ; IIOdO'S- 'Bead SFruniponaf tad Frooai.Water tai? ; -S ,i'rwiji IPalestme to.Magnolia: 'S From ArkadelphU, TerreNoir,.to'RjMne.Trom 5- cal Spziagc) >'i taia **4* S

1. ant.Hill,.yo P erce) laa neld,aad B>cky RIcbondto' wb' ..-. From \Vashift From PaUysfcne by haafhtan to.'JfiU- Arkansas Post 'Ib Lav Grtw From Gti iviBe, 1,,D J.,PoaateoFrom. -
; Cole's :
,.7tuJpk11ooT3's. om114and JMkt-SbmT4tt. ; byCjrpress. iop,. to An-. flaiibw'd' ; theuce.thruas0; 5ercjr'.,ixrttleuienU Springs and iluLna deIheyo : -: *. ,
Crickett'sFromAthens 1 L.-
ta. 7 '. _,- ErOm ,Gr.. .Cgok'* store flcrsoniTronf J' "S From' Warsaw' ,by ; > BvnLam,. ? ? : '. Bbft- -i. > : .'' by Oak )'
ff. ;..Jerry, adJ4- ,1'" sBoston. t Houston-by Clear., Late l'-sad, -J. Monticello,and Joe' ; From Paris,by bocky "to;Pine Bluft to Springfield, Missouri. W t1f fteU. ..fti. ,.

II'lf" .' ,- : r .1' Utt1e'at; i dp"m. : violence. bfn ,Frou'.,'hI,Lafce' creek-!'to Jarrant. .. from Earthblomew,byTIoIly'oiatt to Frum Graad L by Uaaoaia;'ib Beer-
CUroDa TrOuiIFouituif bfU ek--'r From : Prine u c JJea field LooSaiaaa,
Tfitaa Eelhany TcucioPnlaaki. 5ruPrabf ) : = :
r1it \ Greenwood by; aa..kiiaY,l.&ndin ; \
i land Washington'Independence Oakle1Siclrt1lanc! ; iktil'od* North buli>bur.rlo" Uree. S From
, .. t .' ...- .1' Bn.mLa "'' "' """ .,Trom 'Bat y .b' Crafiua. 'w.t S S ** ..TJ'--1LI..I-1M
. -:Crt- -:1...-.; '. .10' sFran .narriaccburgv by. .,ToKTi r? Tinci. "Grove,,Bouid' .:Pl"Aibma llirriwobarg; -*. s ,.. ; creek, t.inte.. Rockr Bajoo,>, Elcbwerid1, null! P'nttRib I S
vUl Aim"n.SUDI' Louis ;liertrand. Praine gr&ne. J'lem, ,rOTS, ., z'Fwm Fort Lavaca by ,Woodport- SyUmoo creek:aad Locuat Grove to WiFr FroinGanitGlsas to &enay4.' 4
ii 'TadLi 1f rtJi'1l 'I'--dr Rm1ri8.&Dd Sa.IaiuiaI CD Gruel era 1' .. t@i \ From'1 Ji h 1rI. .., .-4' _- -1'Dsllaa : ,-" : ,- .J'neliaabalw; -b e.-.iel
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4 ,, 1ar1d*'Ts1ersph"'' Great UCNCHCHK mi unOitrmrt
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Lffu{ bli 1tI s. We publish below> (say the Raleigh JLe'. &entertained in* New Or! The Conspiracy atlnsttbe cDhUeD. CHAXIKB tfarek e 1855., been A company incorporated sImultaneously gentleman by the 'By the arrival of the steamship"Daniel

Standard) a letter from New fork, to J tt when the spring rains begin U K.w-lothDII Whig denies a4laUcUe.charge Coundlznet 1itP1&turIot Georgia and the Spanish Webster from:San Joan,wej )iT.4s4kesto'leh.
which ask the attention of T Kw- Present: 1I01J.7.C.B.An the Island of Cuba for AV
we thoughtful snoi N is a conspiracy against Vice Roy governing 221 seen from the IkDowing
dn'te,1o .....,
: ; our readers. We know the author-he,I. qutity and It ernment; and cites in support of-its RET, Intendantf Messrs. AcostA, Bcr- the purpose 'of constructing. ,a letter; affairs were hi dreadful condiUoq
: : whi b O. p, LzandWzLLuxs'CowsCiiNeLziPoato Telegraphic rine extending from Macon :
e a gentleman character and a'.man .of '..mbefl tributaries, .shell have' ieItbedtyillbeIn tin; the pledge of the' Know-Nothinr 1JQTO..C through the southern:part of Oesrgnaanii KhiSndday last, CaplD* Briwot

SATURDAY 'MCH. 10 1855. truth. He has friends In the Sooth whom : : danger of'a overflow. tiate t"cC t;all the to rules the a regu r coKITTIxs.cuuneflthan : cpon an air Tine through" entire extent American'gentleman,started far* tetJVha

he desires to protect'against the:fnsidkmi i U was some five o six years ago, 'we i ltoourhiOrr.n anyotherOonu-'cIUm Cok- .front" Committee appointed or the Peninsula FUrida' to Havanna on seven others to go into Costs BJca. One

approaches of this secret organization j aDd: lieve, 'that the' leree'wbIchprotecti cil Uo to which) he may be attached,to long'at'Engine:House, reported the Island of Cuba. Wo have;positive and I of the psrtjrr thVpaofc >f Ifie.WiVWbo

:gyfof actaiowledppcnu are due ttxBoo. he loves the Union,of,the States,and:would' gave'way, and a large of th< they do nolconfiict with 1' Constitutionofthe that,_the work na been executed.Cotmcflmatt well authenticated assurance that so soon was*assaulted on his way and joia-Cspt. De. Brltaotwa
: 8..R ,ilaDory for interesting public dtyj pro ,United State* in from' a* the chartered privilege obtained of our leveTeycuto Lbchead
do all a man may do to warn his Southern i town iodat :The o 1 Ba Bufiagtori Cemetery. Legislature'(which win re-assemble in No with a machette..IDd.1ro 'LAs ben

'OCUIDeft-.'': be will please accept friends against efforts now_on root which,: immense d the releic d 'ppy.. iohich tion be you"conclusive reside. Whet cdf: Committee. ,reported progress. nmberD) to ran through the extent of murdered had. he vot' made good ,his es

(, W.are under renewed obligation successful, must end*in its disruption.He .-. makes& the apprehensive let indictment 1 as the Whig seems t c Ot BILLS .D ACCOCXT8. the bounds of Florida this important'work cape into the woods. About aa boor aft**
Ibitt Ian CspL De Briwot' left this
to Mr.BtDOtlT of the steamer St. Johns, refers to'a'former letter,to us,'in which should Ye ke A' simila we leave the,people to decide o : The bM of CoL Buffington for Hose fur will',becommenced..pointsdesignsted Tallahassee ,Tampa by canoes with some forty armed place, and three

: he 'the character and of the they bi dence,of the$llowingfactsCoxsTlTVTIONOJTUt r etI'ror Engine Co..NO'1 $ .) boing : andKey-Westar men. left
designs and in
tort\ Savannah .p& adrance of the exposes -.' the company, through which this Scientific. went pursuit of him with theleter-

iaiiL' Know-Nothing organization. In that, letter -. ,a- K'XOW-NOTRIHO. presented,was ordered to be paid.. : Intelligencer I toisesonlt"wytQ Havana mination of murdering every" one of, hi.

t.'" i speaking from,personal observation and AmoriiATioxs rox CuAXtcsroir..: U.SUTa CONSTITUTION.ArU111.The object __, Bill of.B.M.Pearson, Esq.;for professional and ,ultimately, to.apoint'On the put,.

,JC3T",tip to the time of our going to: experience be ; Among the 'appropriations madeby0oqgress ? r'V.; "No r .of this services $10) reoderedln 1852, was Isthmus,' connecting North'and South The whole town was in a great state vt
says shall organiztion
which left theCustom excitement the 'rw the steamer Florida for tt t was
press, there are ,$200,000 ljo America., cry to .- .
"I found the burden of the tpeechet aowe as a shall be to reiflcatlontoanyolflce rec.-e1Tecfud laid on the table. '
: and it
arrivedC This interesting wcrk'bu been prompted cans, was not safe lot an
had not for America
Charleston on Wednesday House of $80,000 .
made in the of the order the insidious >
general meetings lit potoy :Bill Isaac Swart Esq., late Intendant by the commercial want and necessities to be seen.out of doors Such wu the im.minent .
Good Music will not i was hatred of the Catholic name and, faith For Sumtcr, $ )0 for stone work aroundSufivan's 1 public trust under of the Church 'of almost danger in which '
of view
JCSTTh: lover ani for..expenses incurred in visiting Judge which are springing into everyday Captain De

fail to embrace the.rare opportunity of.attending -i organized implicit obedience opposition on to all the foreigners of,, Island, 'i addition"to th lastyear's : this CossTiTtrrioif government.. eign Rome, and othe against Forward on'business connected with the ,as the mighty business developementa and\1WI puty were.that Cape '""S.
part every : of 01 Continent made.The by late of the U. S AnnyandMrChaiS
appropriation of the American are being ,
the "Musical Entertainment," : member to the edicts of those who rule 81250Extulbe VIRGINIA. the institutions. 01 case of the Town r*.Biggs t Co., was re citizens of Florida should look forward Thomas of Grenada, called '

by the 'i.cco pn.hed, Mr. GKKWOLD. As : th* order: whilst in the private meetings Conflagration In St. Marys. Sec. 15. -No man the Ctlb placing ceived and laid on the table with intense interest, to the successful ; Wheeler, the U. S, Minister;wW sponj fa liTing i Hr.

will bo ReD'b,advertisement in anoth-I of and the continual leader it was a foi wrangle for. office* We are pained to learn from Captain shall compelled or to the gzft-oJitlse c infrequent Bills of JL.E, Holmes ,($1.25) _and of J. establishment of this great work and I at the Consulate withMr.jabena.ourCOB.sul .

.. the Entertainment trill beheld i a it,flight dear theepoils.Depend sir it will be a Corb, of the steamer Planter, that a disastrous religious support worship or by appointment people A.< Barbce (12.00 were ordered to be facilitate by all means in their power,every at thi ll portsndstated. to 1 in t
upon my fire broke out Saturday in the village any i that intended for its immediate commencement thasemen' Jives. were,
Mon- step In.jeopudy -aDd
stMr. Reed's new building, on for the South when she place or none ,
day a jan- ,
sorry bU 1"
houses and asked for
of St. by which fourteen mns paid.Bill which will insure its' ultimate his immediate interference
t day evening,the_12th instant. 1 dons herself to the arms of Know-Nothing- stores Mars out-buildings, were en- try ; jjpr 'tire bmnoTDTDT. i otH. A..Bliu, for storing Engine, completion.The assistance to rescue them and
order North is shall be &
The the
tstn. at man en
The'Closing Ilotrs efthe Sesslen.W men who are seccdcrs from all composedof parties- tirely destroyed. Among them was Burn's any or rei KMOW-NOTHIN ($8.00) was received, and referred to a se citizen of Tampa ought to regard "While CoL Wheeler and Mr. Fa&ens

pen thu paragraph, says the Washington blind advocates of all kinds of isms-men great cotton gin manufactory. It ford or traine OATH.V Committee_ consisting of Messrs. Cole, this measure with the utmost complacency were prepared go to the rescue, Capt.
thought to be the worJ of an incndlry.) molt You futhermore and Acosta. because it discover an important truth, De Brissot arrived and put himself tmdcr
amid the of no fixed principles office-seekers and body or Buffington
Union Sundaj morning about 3
The fire was her future and their protection and he is
diver with reference to growth ; now
4 boise confusion and excitement of the hut suckers. The frecsoil platform and the o'clock hi the morning buildingbehind goods, o otherwise of promise that and de, Bills of J Vinzant and W. Grothe were prosperity. The ind'cation of this place, the Consulate, he and ,his party living having at
c of the abolitionists is the account
doctrine only suffer on you
boors of the expiring session. We are creed here which they have in common; J. Bachelott's store. I caught;ahc furiously his religious opinions vote nor wl you 101 received and leMon the table. a*an intermediate point on a direct line of made a very narrow escape from .the desperadoes -

fJDlIittWith rowds at the theatre,crowds and the institutions of the South have no upon the neighboring builing or.belief; bnt all men mfuenoeroraT"m Bills Mooney & Gookin'was received Telegraphic communication between two it

at the eomcert-room, crowds at the presidential deadlier foes tban the Know-Nothings of could not be:subdued till trcte shall I b free-to profess any and referred to a Select Committee consist- great commercial extremities of the world ."Such i is the state, of affairs 'here, that
work was It was finally the lives and
the NortbRichmcmcl Enquirer. dne ,, by argument' gift of the people,unless Messrs.. Cole and -the Atlantic seaboard,and a Urge portionof property of.American dtins -
and crowds at the ting Acosta Williams.Bills
receptions political by cutting and removing marke a maintain he be an'American the great valley' of the Mississippi on ,: are not sail from one hour to another.

coarentioMjj but ,all these gatherings oft The Increase of the Army. The following a the princlpsudere their opinions in born citizen i in of J. F. Rogero and C. Drew for the one side, and the almost entire Pacific Mr.Alexander Wood, a merchant 'this

humanity are feeble in comparison to the Congress has responded to the call of the S. Burns J. Bachelott Silva D. Pa- ten of mat AND favor of AmericaNo, printing, being presented were referred to elope on the other, is a positive verification place, baa Sworn that he does not' under

the great living tide which now ebbs andflows War Department, says the Washington Arnow Samuel J. Novelle Burns, estate Messrs.of THC relgon IN ir HE BE A RNA a Select Committee, consisting of Messrs, ofthe prediction that the water of Tampa the existing>state of affair, consider his
cettv, life
Guib- ." constitute a con and property for murder
through every channel of the CapitolThe Union and increased the army by four of Dufour. J. Bessent, and R Fox NO WISH WISE OX AFFECT ENLARGE,DIMCATHOLIC.Again: You aol Buffington, Williams and Cole. necting Baymuat link unavoidably in any direct, chain of internal sudpIu.den

galleries! of both houses are packed and regiments of the line two of cavalry and The first three gentlemen a only per THEIR CIVIL C1&CIemnly: and sincerely Bill of T. G. Myers (9.20 was orderedto thoroughfare leading from ocean to ocean. "Tiserearenow in.thi* place sixty ori.

crammed with well,and in many instances two infantry. The cavalry to be organ son who were protected by insurance,Mr. flUswear" that it.may be paid. 0 The economizing of time, and the curtailment hundred Jamaica negroes without work or

elaborately,dressed ladies and gentlemen ized under the law of 1846, creating the Burs, in.unable sum of 81,0.. The It must whole be loss be done legally, you The bills or R. Dorman and McQueen of distance are the primary and means, and it is rumored that they iatead
we were vrysever elemental considerations which all soon making an ,attack the
rotondo the 'echoing noise > of regiment of mounted riflemen, and the infantry it does after the will, when elected to Eeqs. for professional services upon on specie boat
while in tho coming so Bon, as officerremove'alforeigners McIntosh public improvements, spanning immense as she is coming down the river and plundering

the assembled and assembling massses is in conformity with existing laws.- terble ravages of the pcstilence.Georglans. any ,AND RoMANCATHOLICS were taken from the table and referred to distances, are based. And if this proposition her. At the Consulate they.,have

almost ,deafening. How the clerks, messengers This is right; and we applaud the inersure FROM a Select Committee consisting of Messrs. be true, and we imagine, it will not be been obliged to keep guard every nigh

thread their It demanded necessities controverted, and reference be made to a fearing an attack from these ruffian ..<
and pages manage to was by existing on OFFICE; and that rev Cole, Buffington and Acosts.Bill
Cashier of the
to the House and our expanded frontiers from which daily COUNTERFEIT BIL.-Te WILLINZiOC3tap.' of M. Gaines for Map of the Western Hemisphere, it .require "Mr. Fabens leave here to-day,per Star
the Senate ,
way from Bank of the ( in this city, ($7.00) reparingwell *no extraordinary acumen to discover of the West for New York,sadie bearer*f
from he House to the Senate is not susceptible comes to us the startling intelligence of has shown u a counterfeit bill of that institution POINT." SUCH TO OFFICE. was ordered to be paid. that any Railway designed to connect important dispatches to the Government."

satisfactory explanation ; butt continued Indian massacres, stamped with of the denomination of$59 pay Bill of S. Cordry, for drayage, was laid the heart of that portion of the United
usual barbarities. We able at the Branch Bank in to The direct and irreconcilable antagonism States east of the Allegany Mountains FAIL OF Mor BIAXC._The Echo de
the than merciless
Augst table.
notwithstanding the press,and throng, more between the Federal and State Constitu- on the lying
John Phinzy, dated 4th March, 1b6, with the Isthmust of Panama must Mont Blanc publishes the
t and the Babel like confusion, and the repeated are of the undoubting belief that the increase signed A. Porter, Cashier, and Bul- tions and the Constitution and ritual of POET PHTSICU '. ICFOXT. j air line almost in view ,of the from following letter

and earnest invocations of the presiding of the regular forces of the countrywas loch, President. It is, says the Curier. of Know-No thinglcm, is- palpable to the plainest The quarterly report of Or. H. Balsam, pas beautiful on an and expansive harbor of Tampa. At a six correspondent o'clock .:

officers for order, and the impressive called for by every consideration of Saturday afternoon, a cunter- understanding.. The oLjt and del Port Physician at Dames' Point was laid Other Roads warped by personal prejudices the summit on of the the mountain evening the 2CthulL

I of members to make the few humanity, policy, and expediency. Thereare fit. The genuine plate of 60s is so exactly wit and private interests may take precedence between
: eagerness that it is well calculated de2- the abstract principles, but with the a before the Board and approved.PETITIONS. line the village of Magland and La Perriersgave
moments available for at this time large numbers of recruits at imitte t for the while over this direct and fell
; precious passing signatures are well tual provisions of the gonrment .Know the way, with frightful crash. The

,! purposes which they have periiaps labored the depot in New York and Boston, intended apparently engraved and traced eet Nothingism does prescrib religious test yet commercial time and laws imperious and necessities requirementsof will establish commotion caused all the house of the
The petition of J. N. Haddock
1 in vain for the whole session to accomplish. as we understand, for the organization pen and ink. The paper is'thick and of a a a qualification t ofc. KnowNothingism praying the principle of legitimacy in thisas village to shake for more than two minute j
and about ellovr. and the back not' printed in does molest men, aDd permission to erect a temporary buildingfor we all thought we were about to be swallowed -
,t business of legislation is proceedingwith of the infantry regiments, din j in every thing al IC.
the does diminish their civil capacities market up by an earthquake. When
The general impression is good. ,. on'ac purposes being presented was things
which they Jefferson Viewing this Telegraphic project as one
thousand cavalry recruits at
a celerity and certainty one count of their religion.Is became'somewhat calm I
be detected saw or
but the fraud may by noticing laid on the table as was'also the petitionof a mass
; of immediate
mere'lookers-on have not the slightest conception barracks (\"estemmen) that can fill one of the filling up of the words Branch, Augusta not Kaow-Notbingism a conspiracy practicability, requiring and corn-for stone, sand and earth surmounted by a
Charles but little
of. Few can tell you what has been the cavalry regiments without any delay.If the number, date, pa.e and th color against the government and th liberties o( Willey, praying permission to paratively let each expense and time cloud of dust, filling all.the valley; and
its portion
the people 1 Does it not to violate complete his dwelling house of wood in the completion, every stone,sand and earth continued to fall for
1 1 done and what has been left undone, so skillful and efficient officers are appointed of the prop of the State, and particularly South Florida -
The papr. need hardly told to be on and pervert the of our "burnt district." A like disposition was seven minutes. From time to time the fall
amendments to general bills we see no reason why these regiments b unite in one impetuous effort to aid in
rapidly are their guard against these We have institutions, and does it not aim to destroy made of the petition of Mrs. M. recommenced but with less I noise. The
offered and disposed off; and until our re should not at an early day be thrown upon of four of them this bis.morning.-Sav. freedom of conscience-the dearest of ; placing it on a successful footing.' This isemphatically first fall shook all the houses on the other
her with interments in the the of and improvement
of the
porters notes are written out, we mustplead our great thoroughfares to the Pacific, and Republican. rights to a generous and enlightened pee regard rear age progress of Commerce side of the Ane, but it appears that noon
pie 1 And this end it seeks to by Episcopal Church. and genius was injured. Nearly all the trees in
guilty to an ignorance which appearsto the spring emigration go on with ita usual compass ; her will mould in due a wood
with plastic band
CHANGE or SCEDCLE. Our indefatigablefriends dividing the community into two distinct have been broken down. The road and the
1 be almost universal At the time of going security to our remotest borders.Col. TKEASTRXfc's: acres time the destinies of South Florida, with
Messrs. CX.AOIIORJI & CUNNINGHAM, classes, enfranchised and privileged Citizens marsh which are between the river sad the)
I to press half-past one o'clock-the Ktnnev's Coveted Land. as will be seen tr their advertismlnt and of persons disfranchised and degraded The report of City Treasurer was pre its Italian climate, to meet the views of mountain are covered for a length of up-

1. Senate was still in ssssion ard the Houie The Picayune has an interesting article bare made a very dceirablc altratioD below cren the social elaine of free sented and found correct. the most sanguineTampa. Peninsular. warda of 100 yards and a width or about

with the civil and diplomatic schedule of the steamer St. ,by which Degrees, JI cco JITS. 26, with stones of all sizes, and with earth
1r engaged from Belize Honduras Thomas Hocker of New Or-
t all saying that much passengers will b enabled to land at all An open and avowed attempt' to changethe z. pro toa>depth of more than 10 feet. It is
It is not at probable The Board then resolved itself into Committee leans has discovered chemical
oppropriationbilL uneasiness is cIt the British a prep3J'ation
among about the important places on the route, duringthe institutions of a: government by the calculated that the fall took place from
I that the final adjournment will take Col/ Kinney's movements. Much of the day instead of at night as heretofore. agency public discussion and popular agitation of the Whole on the accounts of Mr. which, mixed with mud as a bricklayer near the village of Prrnaba, at a height of

I if then. The St. Johns will hereafter touch at is perfectly legitimate however Marshal Gordon, Councilman Boffingtonin would mix lime with sand, makes an excellent about 507 yards. There i
. place before daylight land in question has been sold or grantedto reprehensible coal! .coal that be made and a probability
1 Black Creek in the evening and at Picolatathe on the score of policy. Andif the Chair. After some time spent thereinthe f&) that; a further fall will take place, but it is
Toe Orleans'market for
in that town. letter sold in the New thirty
'r SECOND BEST. parties con- following morning-and returning, will the ostensible aim of Know-Nothingism Committee rose, and through their if made fifteen not likely to endanger the village of Max-
In a conversation the other day with an continues: arrive at Jacksonville at the usual hour. was to etfect an alteration of the Constitution cents per barrel by handjOr .
"you Yankees back '' This must highly satisfactory so as to proscribe Catholics and chairman reported that that they had un- cents,imsdeby machinery. It lights really land.A
merchant of this place, just They say never go arrangement prove ,
I intelligent there is offensive smell emitted but
. and if yon once yet into that country, even to invalids and others traveling foreigners from office, it might pro', b opposition consideration the accounts of the City ; no SToaT FOR THE Ca...-The
from the city of New York, we were gratified little smoke and but little dust or cin
u a band filibusters, you will soon have over the route, and cannot fail to increase but would not be liable to the reproach Marshal far the quarter ending January 1st, ; very Cincinnati Times relate the story of A
Florida in ders. What little cinders left is
to learn through him that that country aniiQxed to the United States. the popularity of the Si. Johns,' and her of conspiracy,and of treason against 1855-had audited the same and found the are good Singular dream" of a young married lady
for silver brass other similar
J the commercial world stands secend best ont Must so," say I, "and if you don't look vigilant AgerttsGeorgian.CONDITrON 'I.'the country. But the Know-Nothings cleaning or of that city, who has a brother in Califor
amount due the Marshal at that date to metals and the ashes make tolerable
by ; a nia. In her sleep the him
the list of States, for promptitude and sharp well annex Great Britain also. protest against any change in the Coos saw in his
Carolina first Florida The land abounds in large and good mahogany OF AFFAIRS IN PERU.-The tution. They disclaim any design of subverting the Treasurer to be $52.32. Which report sand paper, and is also good for scrubbing" miner's hut, rise from his bed and sicze apistol

.: punctuality. South cedart rosewood, Billy Webb, Bul- new President of Peru has issued a decree or modifying the fundamental law was received and concurred in. Boon &c. "The patentee also assures u', and bowicknife and immediately

, 1 second. Of the debts contracted since by Santa Maria and Sepadillo trees. These ibcrating the native Indians from contributing of the land. They affect great respect for ADJOUKMKKT. says the American Exponent, "that it will afterwards saw a human hand with:digger

March 1854, South Carolina has paid fifty- are all good,hard and valuable woods. Thensarsaparilla. to the support of government. the sanctity of the Constitution, and affirm not only burn well in grates (where we in it thrust through an aperture the

eight and Florida fifty seven per cent. All venilla Indian rubber cocoa Another strikes from the army and navy that they can carry out their. schemes On motion,by Councilman Acosta',Council saw it burning.) but in stoves, furnaces for lead.of the bed and strike upon the pillow
then .
and for In act it ,
States fall csnsiderably below and cotton grow wild on it, and cultivationall lists about six hundred officers, most importat without touching its provisions. This then adjourned.Attest smelting, making steam. when the brother, with his knife, .1.the .
the other : E. GORDON Clerk.Fnm be to all the of wood
freedom the slaves is the of the can put practical uses hand from the arm. A
kinds of tropical fruit and vegetables gives to with- state case :-They are organizing yeS followed
.1" these figures-most of the Western States will also grow. The climate is delightful and a letter from Callao in a movement, which shall effectually or coal, except for the purpose of genera- and looked ''through the aper-
Ballmft Pictorial
not averaging more than twenty-five orT -rather warm at midday ; but then, is it the N. York Journal of Commerce states annul and abrogate the Constitution, with [ ] Ling gas" ure, saw that there was but one rushed

thirty per cent. This speaks volumes for right for "Lot Yankees" togo there,under that tjje blacks are abandoning the planta- out repealing its provisions. They do not aTwTAwKABLE FOUNTAIN. XHTFLORIDA. THE TOOTH BUSINESS. Some thrive out and found him dying having thrust

of Florida as he grants which the company profess to tions, and the servants the houses of their publicly propose a reform of the Constitution men another knife into his body,and dragging
F the agricultural prosperity but Taking a narrow path. I passed through on the infirmities of others. The fact is him to the light foundhhntobea .
have? masters, and are parading the streets, insulting they secretly conspire to set it at ,
well as the thrift and punctuality of her and defying the whites. AH the naught. Know-Notbingism is Nullification dense underwood and all at once I stoodon indicated by the statistics of the tooth- ican. The lady.told her dream,and by the

merchants, for the above statement was MORE AID FBOM SOUTHERN SLAVES.foe .- planters, it IB said, are rained. The losses ; is tho nullification\ of the wisest and the bank of Wakulla Spring. There manufacturing business in New York city late mails from California the cireana-

intended to include the whole State. Let New York Journal Commerce ha of some approach 'besides the' i dearest guarantees of, the Constitution; was a basin of water 100 yards in diameter where there are a number of individuals or stances of it were verified by letter as haTing -

DO man dare say after this, that Florida is received through the hands of Rev. Dr. future products of SO. ". Many that Bigotry and Intolerance may despoil almost circular. The. thick bushes associations in extensively engaged in it. At occurred on the night of December C.
1. in Lima are reduced to absolute American Liberty its fairest flower. An were growing to the water's edge,and bowing one place Broadway there may'occasion-
t without credit or without honor. It is not Jrantley, of Athens, Georgia, ten dollars famie poverty. At the same.time eatables have :open and violent resistance law is rebellion their heads beneath the unrippled sur- ally be seen large rocks of quartz, which, S The Ciucinnatti Prut Current

true-she has both. She in fact is one of for the suffering poor of New York, from a risen per cent.,and some still fibre. i which implies some faith In a cause. face. I stepped into a skiff and pushed after being ground, formxprincipal ingre- says : ;

: r the few, if not the only' State in the Union baptist Church of colored people at Au- r i and some courage in its service. A clandestine off.: Some immense fishes attracted my at- dient in,the composition of which artificial "The money market ha continued
New Orleans Market. ention and I seized them. teeth are made. One concern engaged in easy
and her vast re Money attempt to subvert the Constitution capestostrike (or first class but with
which is free of debt gusta, in the same State. Dr. Brantleysays paper, the' improvement
The New Orleans Crescent of Friday, 2d I concocted and arranged in lie boatman laughed, and asked we how this business employs thirty men, and in '
by experienced
JOUr consisting of wild lands donated by "it is a small free will offering from a secrecy fat below the surface supposed they were. turns out three thousand teeth per day, to general basinets the
who themselves
lust. :- men guard against the pen- demand has increased, and rates of interest
I Congress for the purposes of Educationand portion of our slave population who are says I allies of with all the care of I answered "about four feet.", He assuredme be sold to dentists and afterwards attached favored lenders.
The in'the weather has had exposure a Currency is in only moderate -
Internal Improvement it has been estimated comfortably provided for and having a little influence change to-day, imparting a higher feeling some i cowardly consciousness of guilt,is conspira that they were at least twenty feet from to .gold plates, & Journal nf Cornusesce. supply, and this is mostlyof good
me ;and so it was' The water i is of the .
and prospective have remembered the suffering conspiracy against the government character.
I have a present to spare, and strengthening confidence. The numerous I ,
. from $5,000- of arrivals from the West within the last ''and the liberties ofthe people-a conspiracy most marvellous transparency. I droppedan The of the has : '
value of at least $3,000,000 poor your city. in, feet JG3T" Secretary Treasury
r in comparison with which the undisclosed -. ordinary pin water forty deep i A single pound of flaxen thread; intended
: 000. Who can say then that Florida has ten das, have placed our merchant'- and saw its head with perfect distinctness promulgated an important decision relating for the finest
; JG3T: The N. Y Pod of Saturday nected with and depending on scheme of Aaron Burr was a .. specimens of French lace,
DOt a future 1 a future at once full of hope 'in demand says in and they tbt a almost ,I tile enterprise of ambition-a\conspiracy as it lay.on the ? ... A* we approached : to the carrying emigrant passengers. it about two hundred and twenty-x miles
. is comparatively a good
and promise_where lands are cheap and money sm universally psition be out of may the woods. I to which,we can only> find a parallel the centre."I noticed a jagged graywh It is as follows:. long. One pound of this thread is more
and the supply large and easy to borrowersin limestone rock, beneath with valuable -
us than
pierced two
fertile,and where the toil of the husbandman In[ all circles there i is, a faith prevailingthere :- i character and atrocity, In,the combination '-If a ship does not carry a larger number pounds oguld.
credit offering satisfactory securi hole. Through those holes one seemed tolookintoznfathomabledepths.
good i Northern fanatics. supersede the Constitution -
with rich harvest. All appears disposition to of passengers in other parts of said vessel -
rewarded a A
The boat The
of the
ties. The banks discount freely 7, and by the of a AigAtr law.I Ii cargo
'- sustain each personalexertions supremacy than she is legally entitled to on
convert this vast fund into other ad & moves slowly on andnow wt hang trembling carry steamship"America"at Tal .
.btf want to i now-Nothingism is a colossal conspiracy Boston was *
loan at 6 on The discount brokers the events of tomorrow her lower and orlop decks,land said passengers -
and well-constructed c. which the whole vet the edge of the sunken cliff,, and' far, ed at $2,500,000.
cash is a judicious i envelopes country, in its
believe has been have the other
7 to 8 cent for prime we that everything spaces unoccupied by
charge per paper, I Jar below i it fie a dark yawning nnfath-
which is : coil and threatens to smother the infant ,
tytttm of short and long dates,and 8 to 10 for second matured and pr."Te : pant American liberty in its embrace.iut omedaby. From its gorge comes. pouring goods, not being their personal baggage in Meetings ofthe Societies la..JacboaYWh"SOLOXOY
commanding the profound attention to-day presented no ; the part,of said vessel where carried which
$ just legislators and the earnest consideration class. from the pasttwodays. Yesterdaythe the invincible spirit of the people will i river.forth' with immense. (velocity .a :living prescribed by law,she is,not., liable to LODGE Bo. 20," .of,Fro* sad
of .
rise in revolt and the assault of th- ,
were heavy, and considerable repel the penalties imposed by said laws for an Accepted Mama, meetson UM lit and 3d Wednesdays
BANE OF DARIEN. negot.ition.
StntiFl Pushing ,on just I
of the PeopleFlorida moat insidious and most fatal foe of repub- beyond it'Jmo.nth of though her lower -
having excess
To understand the condition ltors' acptancs ,a tencent'piece.into water passengers even of each&DcItn..1DCIDtJI. a57 1.Zoclock
fully licaOiDftit 1tiODL dropped Abe
wL present ten thirteen placed ,_ or orlop decks be occupied in whole -
failure t we which is there 000'hundred and may P.M.,
claims feet
of the growing out The design of the of the ninety .
.rUa an* Charleston:Boats. is at per cent; some capitalists showing a in and I it cit in part for the storage of merchandize- "JACKSONVILLE CHAPTEB :No. It" of
of this Bank, and the suit which nowpending Kpow-Nothing'obligation. on which the depth, saw clearly shining,ton .
It will be seen ,from an advertisement in State and the claim- good dilpiton. To-day the current nte.wer Vhig relies to refute our argument suf-- tb 'bottom.' This seem incredible.. 1 : then Royal Arch Masons meet*,on UM:lad Friday
10 second grade 12 DSCEIT.-If is, being off the
; any
soother column, that some changes have ant sme referc to its early htort We heard nothing going higher, Iciently obvious to intelligent, mind It think the water'' must posses a magnifying face of God's footstool, that we utterly despise each and every month, at 7 1-2'dock P.:IL"H0RIDA .

taken place In this Fine steamers. Messrs. necessary.' though it is supposed for short,Joans h'ghe q intended a snare to the ,unwary,:'and power.: I'am, confident\:that the piece of and abominate, it is a two faced man LODGE No. I." ,L 0.of.O.T,

'Wf M. LAWTOK t.Co, of Charleston, have When the Bank failed, under an act of rates had to submitted is a salvo to the conscience that: U not ,yet money could not be so, plainly"seen; from one who greets you ,with an outstrechdhand meet every Tuesday evening,at 7 1-3''clock.To <
b to perivble'tht '
of 1841 iU I thOtop of tower one hundred and
the Legislature assets were placed hardened by the Yoke of KnowNothingisrd"Pereoniwih9ntlntelioctenough a ninety '
$ recently become their Agents in.that city. in the Central Bank of which easy state of.ore'rn mar-' to. feet in height. We rowed on towards the smooth words; and 'a smiling face ; ,Person* out Employment. _r
Gcor West and the moment ,back i is
Carolina COXITTKB. leaves of The pondiDg north'tide and suddenly perceived the yet your turned SEARS' PICTOTIAl
Oapt. the WORKS
The- agent comprehend the scope and general eflect of FOR
las f is influencing our to the scoff about and reviles insinuates
3 : in the Bank of Dak highest water the fish, which were darting hither you, perhaps .I8S*.
at ,
Charleston every Saturday afternoon, Stat.a ltolder. advantage for Know-Nothingism will be [attracted .by base.charges' which only a hellish '
'':touching at the usual ports.. ,The when fil half the amount' "Tluj Exchange in ttatu quo; this particular clause,and' the guilty will and thither, the ,)ong ,flexible :root, 'and malice could invent,using his, vile tongueto The attention of UM reader U.solicited UtoedYertismtntof
1 of its It subscription was for > mrket f take refuge under its shadow. : the wide luxuriant grasses on'th. bottom Agents wanted Lbs u. nie'of
.Cap* STCABT,' leave !Charles.ton -- ept though ,some Ite shipping stab your reputation or thatof your
Jfiorid $500. paid in but dO arrayed in the most 'brilliant prisiSatic Pictorial took iaatcllioaa' of JCr.Sean
,on.every, Wednesday morning at 10 h last 6375.0 ments were negotiated'to-day, ou c [From tfn4"Tampa2'sithsn16.. h hues The gentle well occasioned by the family,and all probably revenge himselffor prtst
I Byltbe These books hv met, and with
art *
ae 0 t .ye quotations,which show an some fancied wrong to which his .hateful meeting
for Jacksonville PieolaU and Pa- appointed to settle av.c. Tere'W& GEN.CLRTEL'The J boat gave to the whole an undulating motion
o'clock cmiaine. any good demand at communication imagination alone gave birth Such beings large salo throvgboat tho Cnteo sad UM Ui-eels-
of the subjoined c from Gen. Death-like stillness 'around.
creditors reigned
latka,taking|he)lahmd.route, touching atBeort the D Banks fu checks Northern. cities, which should be driven ont from among men led pnUieatiou, "'. nu,'* .CknuAjrsjjnu
An Carter to Gov.tBroome; tenderingbis, J is.eigbation'aia and a more fairyscene'never beheld..
have the
might against "
Hilton Head Island Darien Bru- continue firm. and be compelled to wandertip and down and "THutxina LrapirnnrtnWAIS
was given by the law app ; member_ the General, .AI- So great i i. the quantity of water here
i swick and S. Marys.Theee of this State is forth that it formi a-river of the earth branded like Cain,,the scorn and OP THE r/jrrrsD STATTJ,"'an fa every wmjeqvat
the commissioners to the Superior Courtof U S.STEAMER "TKXAS RANGER."-This sembly quite Unexpected poured itself; ..
and dertsiod of decent human
boats are well known to the tra- .Baldwin -county, on certain conditions, Government Steamer has'been expected at to us, as it will dojbtless> be, to his,.conitinent large enough float flat boats laden with every being. to UM other worki, la poles of attraction and
of that tribunal We have:not learned cotton. The'planter who,'live here has '' totemt What ho wisitis$OOa1III eonpetralXcvnUbeveryiectiaoof
generally. *
and from the -
Teffing community as being eminently seaworthy also i ,judgment this Port for more than two week past .CHINESE: FUNERAL, .CxJliMoxiEs.--Tho .
he which influenced the-;General bit cotton to' t..Harks. Ue eonntry: 'Tbore*
of reasons ,
to the1 Supreme Court Georgia. transporting munitions of war! transported ,
and elegantly !tted1JpIth' every The commissioners having decided in ers in this Her non ForM, to take this'step. We have no doubt they fear the fountain we'aaw'*ome of the remains following''account'-of. ..theChinese.funeral _'"f'U..hri.spersotisb fen gnat kdaetmtato I*

convenience to be desired. ,They are also favor of tL claimant*, the state appealedUr created muc Stat 'and conjecturethat are'of sufficient,validity warrant it., .' of.a mastadon which baa' been taken ceremony is"givei 'in a'Caiifornapapctastran iabszk ,,54 aetbi7afabIgl&

trader the orders of gentlemen experience the Superior' 'Curt upon -an agreed she has met withserions The surrender of the honorable'io11tics1 troIn it.-The 'triangular bone below 'the. piringJ6n1th
'"t.loag "commanded the confidence statement of,facts the case has, during somewhere between this point and ade&Or trnit.cnMedta. : :him by')bis. .tricndiofIlillsbo bee measured six inche"'on each lide. steamboat-boiler explosion: :* there an aoae fcmt who caa fontdonUoerfy eaatet*

jiad, respect of all who'know titem Rtp.PUUP theiac'week, been'argned before Judge 1n*. The painful apprehension intrudes o gli County,, will occasion.with' The Indian name'for the fountain i is beautifully ? i"The : Ie
*- : Chinese ceremonies were"moat interesting
[ who'wi render his decision on tself upon the minds of some, tha.her fmQamable them.,the, .:most luvelykelinge ofregrit.', 'significant. Waknlla mens'Tb., Bharkto' UM nterpriM ::wffl. ai.s'ntu.jIDg
.f the Postage BIlL 1 ,, MiUedgeviUe. ,Should cargo has ignited,.and that the .T._ ; .TAMPA,Fil/Feb.24, 485, MysteryJ[ said that the Spanish to those who. had never witnessed to tiMp UiilMr2SferwaUk W w&t
'ScMw ntbi 27th 'alti'amended w'decide in favor thaunsnti i'c shock'experienced here on the' 27th inst., Sl-t hereby"tendfr my resignation ashqBepresentatIe iscoverera plunged into I it with an almost their funeral right Their coffin*,i*were esIve- sample; eept i.ftbeth .WRb (atwhoisiale

and passed the bill from the House which will,then be taken to the Supreme :and generally to$Earthquake[ of the County of Hilhv frantic Joy, supposing that' they; ba4'd.: the others were deposited aloagsidethe- I'Ieet eanii. boxed 'DlU.eft.
>" whose decision will act .rough in the General .Assembly" of this covered the long sought "Fon Juventatis"r graves and large quantities cUoodprovided .' .
flnzLSar.RepbU.can. i of the .
( b ra* none report exlosion : &lbr&ii't
iUnde :
jprovi6et"kat: .. lor letters going.Itps'than. 'of the ilI-fated'st.eanier.- State., "Fountain'of Youth." ,which.should'reoyenatelhem ,' for the occasion beside them. Among .
3JJOQ rajlef Jhe postage shall be three cents, > supposed ," Respectfully,' > after"all their exhausting Other 'articles was a good-seized shoat, tas sftnt for hli tronWeWaii taoss \d.
.CXtXSBATIMCS: WllnthoToJ's B1aT0n4yI lie strange noise came;!r the thletc q\ YouroVtserT't airche and battle cooked whole;d another which was banaomelydreuecL k aW&h' D IJ..
ad over that distance It shall be five cents, from the Gulf *.. ., *, L'-
1- of Jellies
\ CIADA. The Hamilton (C.,W.) Tap :V" CARTER' Jars preserves,' "Mr"rsT &
'wctv postal treaties ,lth' other M, B. .
except ball in C PeWr" -- 8iIiM.tiIMO.-.Th. Songof the Shirt 4''fholces'csk5&nd: sweetmeats, _W' .
ncr sutts,tfiat a W&given Tamp n* ExcsBencr : "_ r:7
countries*h H.ptt rent. 'lie amendment Ian,In:'that; place, on ._"evening. ng or.SAVA JUtt.-At V meeting of i : ,JAMM E..BR'OOME;Governor.ete. hebeeufulltrea1ised {n'the case that ha* were bonntifany'.provided. 'to satisfy the vaidedto aQ parts ef.tho*ntrxtpf r**Ct

gjrtb prf>rldat, ato*,tb*.Jit of Jansry7l 224, l honor of Washington ma; Banner he Board otDirectqriyesterdaymoruIngtheOIIOWIng jest been'considered by the Mayor ot:New wants of the departed spirits in their wandering esapni1 io&.i1& : .Jl1DaaI
$56,all letter stall be", and says:Only think ofltl I celebrating the r ',elected :for JC5C"The'Dnivert 'announce the coneraio&t& York. It appears that the accused eni'p1oisfromUUt05OO to another' world. Lighted tapers,
ittei of! WasbmgtonV he tttme .' & 7. Ear- ? theRomAcathdllo'; faith: of ,'women and aid.. in candle and matches' abounded:.Jmprofu- CJ1'caU Cqut-eprla 1' 1 au
that ensuing
.tItd 1"if sa- Ininn brrt # Rer.'Etevnd"Ffoulke ofthe, htrU :that tsine': othma> sLim sad were liberally,bestowed the .u.itcn; '1't t '." .w :
fWUIW'5 not many 'r ri ; E. W. C. P'DriscoUH: ; : *; University wktsg* upon T
r eL..Jci: so', u',tobov. PLWI. wou4.have been,eoual to ;ul. ',-J.: of pxford. where he wa nomjiated. MarMret t. for three shirt amount t to 63 cent*, departed Chines.hi. other portions, of the .forth.usot_. s. An4C'8Dft"f
.that Jby fore.been. en'. toi la noaWiorxnk the. 07, to anail'anal t,Bat'scbangehas : br L--iln profeesor, 'of theology* at'Jecui1 Ooletee )at the{tenon* employed are Compelled toMs graveyard. -" j :O J1j :} 1IP1
_.L orheriou4iesmasn4Ade; the1trbfp19IL la 1853. 'The new convert, ;th617neritatea'is at least '92''"each u ;ecurity; The .
am. "
( dpsrhn.nIesU. : t:tike* place ,tfci respectable 4.zioTLUAGAs.; 'Z acrnuEPltndfba4i "1
live thousand
tbout to this accused,that he ] ? "
longer o* ,publish.pamphlet layor told. perfecttmdentood /
.fc* tbenv 'The .nd tme.std;: rfjdU.'a.t. dy.reDrtiam igeable girU srebelngcollectedr in, NewEnglaad .iaMaibwstt
Jo : oader the iiti of"One more ,Return from the atroooo Iyitefls&sys.tenthaId1d -" 1: :".... .
w l.4 bftheU Uit) .ortho,knitter when: -or ': ilinV gt J858.00Q.for"'carrying. ,tht n.-tTity or.Submission to the Ca&o rnuchdpQantdel to go to Calufurni&" 'kb.rsbtere.t.wtUtakW. sI' .

'. 'irxcvfaroATb .sol- w6thi'wthen31eIteA.."This U York lI.CbrCL'n.which he will;expkln.bJs cent glrti to Infamy and'ruin, and hi, wa of i Miss PeBsU They art to be wamnted, ',4'. '
W .
.A t them "
ml to '
d motive frleivingths'cliurcbini whlthh. determined to .a stop to the practke a and husband .are to be guaranteed. > -- '
UxanUr *ucb put
Dd thi we ; .
.l .Ant Js *' : .

.:. r_ ,c arI_ ." '1 __,. '_iaotitratio'" -* bn.e, 1 # r -In-,C--,.d tc a4 liverpool.;" -derit... ." ,J d": 'g had been hseoght,op., *- ,-ru_u'....,,-*Jir.* I tadtejicfitiou J of t& engaged in It*" on" ,arrival., .., : '* 1-- '.. ._

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.afnUibto -- -, t -- .
!iVi1S al Buffiiigton'House: f _ Kba FIlMY Flarida. Lift u_ '
( 1M .o- r. .rn LeaveTaaq&Tbucdqt.j .: ., .
-" + NEWS"wkhing > ",
Mar*J-Wa AHM.TU; 0aII&.Baltt.. P pmenees.Isb.j Chaaeary* thm S .55A. Arrive at liihtBaAessuse aims day by i p a j ..lItgDlt
c.BouiseUW8aiL' 8, cinuitCoazt fit 1M JIicIGII ar.J&" > Lesveloh7riskamssi Wednesday at 7 a ati "
.fl111tvo-Jk8 laid Uaalt1i.V- 0.hml1 the ease af WOUaa Marria aadethen MiBJobardBradftwi I 12,1865. i day try Ipss. > -, anb Dh Miif

.21WYU&1 8 .)tk .H I Aomiamtrator,Aaof L4g Bad: 2i'2 UM Uattej S830 Fran apxsaeaBatoJsnicsaBmBiL *I Jrit 1tJ' : :

irraats,4,SA C Bndo S.BarftaPa .and m UM .* *f Rioaard Bradford Admistrator -. ArattstWa. ,.tie JDU "1Md-.. -

JCUA., Mkmseippij ". l4iCuI1.Is4o E ., ,&against WDBtsm Marria awl othea t. B,. .*f FLOS. .volehs7eaksase Friday teat .
; BVTBm,' Ju doiIRI1Iy&dOI en a.BiD Ute loflewisr described LasMis W BrowmWsBJBanks. ORes if UM p Arrive at Jenigan next OJLOI1paa4&dyfla3GrHf -. to ta Estate ; r LaaveJcnigsagetardayatlpat ,
C&JLsb7V; = ,Leigh Bead, eleeaC-'I r .C. .
NT.M108.J sxtissi fcjpny UM"fIIl..w I Zaflse .
Cs mb.*ad lady MM* W ABM, Etatby the nsBriberMaMaitoraadOoBVmissioaer Bright Mrs.EaeGa- .' .. 831 Tram MriloeviQ, It Jermigan 30 aSm I ,1855. :
sad .
b.okeses 1Ntk.
in tsenep.wader sad af saU I _
3X. byrirtae -
rJL.J Barns BoU. A
x.-1-A *.& ; 8 R .St Sich- Deere, a* the Ooeut Boase, ia the town ef Hewaansrffla hcIIaq..lLl."t. ? As IA keaonrffl Tnesday at U at uw4 4.4.4.usl'5ri i- ii-1 .- .

'JI".t; W I"atker.totualia VsU.asos.OsjBoston. .Atoslwa Ceosty,aa WEDNESDAY I Zat&.JqheC Leave A1TivaiJS&J55Ii5""by 8p at 'IfE .'
; Jsrataa
& Wedaeeday at 7 n a.
day# MAYa.zs-dl2ed.ex
l TZtei WVrukW 8-C F-.dn.Boston B Deckmaa do to wit fAll UM right toUe JaUrsst.sad estate,I, Baiter Dr. !; *: .Arrive at MsOasrriOe saa day hy 4 pa'
.I.s a
JWir7giMrKYMAWinia MPalatka, BF whfck UM said bad 6332 Frem Tallahassee,' *y Newport IsSt' 0 a
1.elgka ia aad to the tw' 8.1'.C -: *. I1LV'JGaadi W.ama.rp.a.s.itassivs .
_ ; D S Lauir. 7Ia. M.JCn toitowiagdeteribed **" Marks.23 saOos end baektheetiaesa week.
OUnftll t..hpltiM grants tracts er panels of wad[ Leav
piot. K aaste; J c ? *n Coil w B"* at the time ef his deatk, < whfca fell Aomiaiatmtortuta -o Joseph : : Tsltiltiesne. Mnadsy' Wednesday, andArnveatSLMarbsaaedanbylpat arrag, 7 I 91Ol1l213 8191 1l121l314
8 F Wilson Charieetne siaashad.araowbaUi) aadalseaUUMestate il > .: 14 1 21 .
Mt. Welaks BI.Xa S 1Si1I 17 11 15116 17 11l92l
tight, title, mtorset dower, er claim l *ants SXAenasi
lb. sharii
Bsflamy1Ml.Mary .veSc Marks ads.
COMMERCIAL.CCOUOOIMPPS4 wr. which Mrs RUss BeJlaT, formally Lisa B.apt. 1J at at7a Tuesday" ,-Thanday. sad Saturday j 2i 31 -
Bead widow of the said bath_ Suaday at mi ,
Leigh R.m41 .
Brawn ticslifeT.ryd..mip
Warren B Arrive TaQahaaee
,; at ssae flkhrdsifRsmif
days by 1 p a thIO1
which her
had or hasbaad naiamBai-
during the Barber, ladtaaaBonts.Geo.W.2 6833 Froa
Ktatoment | TiHsbsssM.hy MieosakK to Bav-
ia aid .
leybuthwm&yer.subav. to tb
ft Cmwvs Jacksonville t *said kef's nm 28 aOss and Il121h 1415151 1 f14IS16I7lI
lands which located boanded sad at 8 a.; heck,twk a week PaaAAu.
'IWS& Johns Savannah"22 bales. {oIlewstowHs are described Burt.OHvwT.. I n.j Leave Tightness Monday awl Wednesday al 1919'2021432324 1 20I \ .
WeUks 20. C 6.. Job S2729 272 29303ITb.att.ntioc.atthe -
I. at 4 Pritlg
1st. On tract of toad Law
SeniaoU N' 1" containing (4,000) four Onat. JI.P.t" Arrive at Banker's Jim Mann "ss'v- Iaabe',
esa days hy B a -
taonsand which p
fbtpped during the..*\*>y CoL Jobs Breward: acres, was granted by the Spanish CummiorWm.. a SB. Leave Bunker's IIittTneeday and Thursdry ate $
ooYsraeseetFL8sacbesadasheMeest. ill 12 1 14 15 6 171 10 11 2213 14II! B..C
steamer Carolina, Charieetoa 8 bale chevy, Ralph. tat -- :
confirmed to him the
ly by United Sta&el,1 -- 1911 202Ifl2324 17181920211T
CHARLCSTOX March 3 Crews Yiosaty .AQintor Arrive&TaD-saa*dsys hy S
a.6834 .
II Townships Saad78oath in p Print
Bangs 18 East !2S 2792 3031
_W ban to Clark.John 3141- Froa TsQahaae to Waukeenah. mUss VWtlngCsyds,
COTTOK no change n- ,
LONG sad which
was caused to be Ioaa&ed. b I 3 4 5 6 7 -
snrreyed ;;
l.ldmelapaztlcsiaviy -
demand Collens 11'.P. and back twins week.
this description. The although for _____., a
for the said Seoch his
port or under the 8
assigns s*> 910111213140ce'a. 314 5I
Carver C G.2 Leave Tslstitssss CtJtst.i
but moderate,k nevertheleB of a steady charaetar. tbority of the United States by UM rinrveyor Oen.eral Monday sad Wednesday at 15161718192021 9lofl l2I -
11'. 6m
Collins ; .. ,
for tbo AMrcrM& at
more partfcnUrly. however of Florida in tie2d quarter of the year 1841, Connor W.H. I Arrive at Wakeevah ssae days- ?by 12 IsTga1ethiice. a2321272 11! Ii &I[ 16I gj4uasm. I k
lowr discriptiona are more at
TfbO* as will more fully appear by the Maps, Plats sad Andrew J.2 Leave 29 ..4TsrmsInra4gjy -
& Oar former quotations continue unSiTAXSiH Survey Bills of the Cooker 7 p m t Wak.euabMos4ayanjW.Jsayat 1 p
same, UM sees ot UM 8arreyer > Crane James D.Garmeeksl a. Eiv_ -
c General of Florida sad also oa UM Laud dated ly at ICIl1Nor'a. iii 's
John Arrive at Tallahassee
March 2 sane days by 7 p.
Offic Map ia Newnansville District aad being Clark CIaaa..A. 3 n a 6335 Tress Tsflshssss. hy Benhadea. SheU ty c.tSu.l314lSlsI7I8I9, 41516 7 8 9II2I !
SEA ISUns.-n. demand during the put the same lands which were conveyed the said Creamer,Jam** W. 13 miles; Point Pswtsxet and Sopchoppy to Walker 60 22 23 34 25 2 11111293 14 11 1S'l7 Bills IAi1ng,'
w..k kM been fair UM sales amounting to ..pI I Leigh Baud, William Marvin sad by Frauds Cobia,John aitos sag back one a week. Orders'frcsstbe ri zi-- 1l8I92O2IJ2 l324
iOO bales at extremes ranging from 15 Saachn by their deeds dated ia 1839 and 1840 Ji. 1 2
wftrdsef Cri_, Edwin Jib at Leav Tallahassee Wednesday at 3 a a -- -f-- crfl2s3ofBflhasfPsrv,
BciTd of UM week 968U1M ex respeetirely, sad recorded ia the Alaebaa | 3 5 8 -
totf sents. County Cook,Ze4 I Arrive at Walker next day by 12 m; Cesarywixji 4 6J7 91DIc'LI-l--l-T -41
I-7 Clerk's Offic*,ia Book-'Bef deeds D 'a and S Leave Walker Thursday at 1 p a t 10111 12-13s14 ISilSi 21 41 1! I TI I
March 8, ALSO, DsltonXr.Daughtny. ArriveatTsfluhassseasztdayby 9 p a.- piomptlyezscuts-1. 17 18 19 2O2l 2223t P 10 ii 12V

COTTON/-The market wu activ yesterday. 2 L JLn aadrrided interest of(1,500))fiftaea amv Arthur all. a a or 6336: Froa Tallahassee by Moss Beetle/a *cs. ;
with sale of 3OB bales. Tbe market continues" dred acres ia i eertaia other tract of two thousand DweeBeV.A.J. thTsJos slv.r,I.BiJ3eswi1s..and back sacs a .'.JtoGue !

M Mevmuely .otadia price ranging from acres,lying to the East of, and adjoining the tract Dow, CapC Geo. W. by.11 a a week. :
ts 8 tfl. above mentioned of Iou thousand acres, which Day Manuel 2 Bidden wiU state the distance. and propose n
COLUMBUS Mkreh B,P-M. COTTOX-There was granted by the Spanish Government to Joseph Dowling, Isaae ,Orange 1ehtcI.1a. -
ontin***a fur inquiry for Cotton at tbe fall print 8.Saache,and sabseqaenUy confirmed to him and Dancy,Miss Lucy Angus- 6837 From S&IlI.pica FinhoUoway 20 mUss aiat'Apslacbltnda -- .
of Ust.. 11M..IIck on sale k limited. others by the United States sad which located Davk John A. ; Taylor to sad back one a week. ,Mjoanopy, BHvD, Camp nmnpsr a which they are w.--a.WI
'.1I(1IOt. 61-2 0 0. and surveyed by the United States by was or under Denial W.A.. Leave Stillepic Monday at 5 s a; belltoa,Jasper.Jennings Mandarin MllMlyllaJ1'N.wpor& of tilt department, wstef tf*,'*aad theywinb* j
HEW ORLEANS March 3.-COTTON-The the authority of the Sarreyor General of Florida' Dauber John A. at 7 a a; Arrive at FinhoUuway same day by 12 a; Sew Smyrna Pioolate Tampa, Uche:! onstrwd as providing for the enfin nalLAsvursr
Market was quiet on Thursday especially after iaUM2dqnarterof th*year 1641 and which is DaChptZJ. Saturday Leave FiahoUoway Monday at 1 p m; Anna, Ocala, Pilatka Qaincy. Warrington.Cmdiium iorgs and nAstiest may bt tAg aide/
Ute publication of the accounts by the St. Louis situated ia Townships 6 and 7 of Range 13 South E Arrivs at StflUpicasam*day by 8 P a. *to 6c incorporated ith* etntroetttfj .M**nseessarv" tuttr- it* 'ccZaJy, CWII9J'1 1

sa4 Canada,which appeared in the evening papers and East as win more fully appear by the Maps EHIs EleaserElwon st 2 s a; 6333 From Madison, by CharW Mills Charles tin extent Vu depttrtmtnt may deem proper. out ttdtrffy. SIs .
Sad Ute sales did nut exe* d 4000 bales the aDd Fiats of UM same, in the office of the Surveyor Juhn Satur Ferry, and New.Boston, to Clay Landing 90 I.Seven minutes are allowed to each bite .*- an ease where OM lowest grade of ssrvfee:-
steamers newt producing aoeffert yesterday aboat General Florida, and in the U.8. Laud Office at Eaton,CapC Jena 4. miles sad back one*a'. .. h/diate office, when aol otherwise specified for assorting believed to b*Sufficient UM bisect bid will baweepted
350 bales were wild m Junf the total hnnseM of Newnanstille, being the same fifteen hundred EDit LeaoderD.'ausette.MrsJ.'M.S. consider- Lea Madison Monday at 7 a m t the mails; but on railroad and steamboat ,tf duly guarantied a prefer******arster*
the week 29,000 bales, the market daring wUhintb acres (the undivided part and parcel of said two P : Arriv st Clay Landing next Wednesday by 6 p; routes there k to be no mon delay than k sufficient or fpeeiIe 1riL' .

*nnre at ear quotatiOs&I UxmsslaJ acre grant) which was conveyed by the .and En Leave Clay L.ndlngThurwjy at 7 n a trArrive for an exchange the mail begs When the lowest hid Is not a star bid, and spot ..
said William Marvin to the said Leigh Bead in FamoUs 11'. H.3 back one at Madison next Saturday by 6 p a. 2. 0.routes where the mod of eonveyanc admits ilea either me mod er aa ixadtyvat SBodefs*.
IMarine Intelligence. i; hi*life time by deed dated in 1839 and recorded Traits, Lenora Leans 68J9 From Madison by Hamburg aad Clifton of it.the speeUl Agents of the department, "" tt will act h*aeeeptod k&set aside s.-
in Book "1)of Dees ia UM Alachua County Clerk' Tabs, Go*. W. Orovarsvin,Qa,30 muse and hack one week-- ako post office blanks mail bags locks and keys, a fpvaio bid proposing the necessary servU X
Port of Jacl onf Hlf.FSTERED Offic" Fisher Mrs T. a a; Leave Madison Monday at 6 a a t are to conveyed without extra change. When lbs bid do.,all speeay a me of eaney--
The terms of said cat*wQl bass follows : On* nisen, William 2 i I Arrive at GrovecsvUI earn day by 6 p a; 3. On railroad aad steamboat fanes British and< site, she whes 1&pcw to carry.nac .

third cash one third payable the first of January, Fre .nan, James M. Leave GroversviU Tuesday at 6 a a ; Canada mails when offered are 0 be conveyed Ute advsrtkement,' hat without snch ryseifitstka,
Teb.2$ Brffc S tfoixter,Mane,IVoTtdMir, E L 1656, aDd the remaining third payable on the first Floyd. Warby Arrive at Madison same day by'p a. without additional pay;-also the route agents of it elf be considered. proposal for butisback S
2S-Bnj Liadft Carpenter New York. January,1857 with Dt.erntfroadat.olUteate. Hemming, Judy ,30 mIles I 6340 From Waukeenah by Beady Mosely HaH the department for whoa exclusive use, while .
28-S<*r Nary t FrmnefK, Leydton, N T. for which the purchasers notes will be taken with I Freeman Thaddews 3 I and StiHepica to Madison,32 miles and back one traveling with the mails a commodioua car or 21. A modification a Ud, in any of Its ossantial -

M 2 -Schr Sarah Jt Caroline. Brown 8a.S. T. the understanding that if they an not paid when I Ferrett Henry a week. apartment ia the centre of a car, properly lighted terms k tantamount to a new Ud, sad csaaot
-Brij Abeona StnTknlch. K T. doe the Master may re-eell the premise oa thirty !, G 6 p a} Leave Wankeenah Thursday 6 a a t warmed aid furnished and adapted to the convenient lie received,so as ta interfere with regular limits.
lar.Scb Mary Dnrea Darif, Cbarle too. days.. In the mean time a certificate tale Gray LviOitton S i Arrive at Madison same day by 6 p m, assortment and due security of the mails k Ution after the lad hour set forreeerfmg bids. *
3-Kris Gorj Otis Arnold N Y.M '.will be given to the purchaser sad when the notes Francis C. a. Leave Madison Friday at 6 a a; to be provided by the contractor, under the direction 22.Postmasters are to W carefal set to *rUfy I
3-&hr Qeurge Bryan Lonnj BaHinore.u are fully paid then the subscriber will execute a Gales JosephGrksett 120 Arrive at Waakeenah same day by S p a. if the department the suffieieney of geraators or snrotks wtthontr
3 Steam tug Tybee \ Dari n.CLEARED deed or conveyance ia UM usual form as Master ia A. aGates 6341.Froa Quiaey:to Chattahoochee,21 miles 4. No pay will.b*mad for trips not performed 1 knowing that they are persons saffident responsiULty -
Chancery. ,Carolin Wednes. and back three tines a week. I and for each of such omissions not satisfactorily explained ;and aU bidders,guarantors and sureties

Pet.23-BrijH C Brooka. DriAo Cnracoa.Xar. Dated at NewaansriUe. Florida this Sib day of Gibbs Tony Leave Qoiney Monday Wednesday Friday three times the pay of the trip any be are distinctly notified that,on sfUIer to enter a-*
1-Schr Albert, Cole, K T.I. March. Gibb&Dick at7am; deducted. For arrivals so far behind time aa to to or perform the contracts for the service propos--,
2-Sehr Broadfleld, Keene Rio de Jaut'' Isss.3NO..G.REARDON Gray Cbas. Saturdays Arrive at Chattahooche same days by 12 ia; break connexion with depending mails aDd not tel for ia Ute accepted bids, thair legal UahOA2s,

** 5 &hr Elvira Allen Havana.MEMORANDA. Master end Commisaiaoer Grover Mrs Asa Leave Chatahaccbc.Tuesdny? Thursday, and sufficiently excuse,one-fourth of the compensation win lie enforced against thea. _. I
March 10, 1355-St ia am. Eo Satardsy 7aatt fur to forfeiture Deduction will 23. Th contracts win be substantially a.the.
The bri( Cnodun, for this port eleued at New Chancery n Miami Arrive at Qalncy same days hy 12 a. .I ski bet for a grade of performance Inferior forms heretofore used a this department, except
Yerk on UM 26tb aiL For Florida Harrkon Wm. D.2 a Bids to eommeare st Tallahassee are invited. to that specified in the contract For repeated in the respects pvtJnIarI matioatcI ba these iasUactions -'
Tbe brig Africa for tlii port cleared at New Hanford .c. of each 6342 Troa Baidbridge Oa- by Chattehoochee deiiaquenees of th*kind herein specified,alaplpeuI ; Cud on aU railroad steamboat route
York VII the 24U nit.On DIRECT OR T1IE INLAND ROUTE Halel... J.C. Fist Oehesee West Wmton Ridleysville Biehoe's proportioned to UM nature thereof and the contractors win b*required te*malls
I as It may salt the eholc of Passengers Hsnnot Victor Bias, lola, and Fort Gadsden, te .Apalaehieola the importane of the mail, may be mad into the port offices at UM end of UM routes and
c1.AELIII1T3 206 miles and back three times n week from the 5. For off thsaaQs into all atermdaUe offices
: Hunt, B. O2 T month leaving behind or throwing post not men than
the 22d February by the Rer W*.BA'u, !8S> U* Ss !I. Steamers, Harvey, Geo.IT. 15th October to 15th Jene of each year, sad twice or any portion of them for the admission passengers eighty rods froa the railroad landing.- -

Hon.DA VIP PROVENCE,Mwion County,Fla, Hall, Ainesly and a week the residue, ia int-dsas steamboats, with or for being eoneemed in setting up or 24. Present contractors asS person known at
Ia Kill MART ELIZABETH,daughter of IU arolina &loriba Hayae Joseph UM privilege of using two-horse coaches from Bainbridge running an express conveying commercial mteHi- the d.partmeutmut,equally with ethers praamrn
HALL, EqF q,of Fairfield Dmtnct,So Ca. Hdler Prince ; to Chattehoochee the river M too low genus ahead .of the mail a &'.pay ..ydtdaetecl. b* guarantor sad ortiteate of their sufficiency ub-
for .
Hadleyn,Thos.W. navigation.Froa. t&aDtbD1 ba tile forms abov*prescribed. Tartificates -

WCoI PKAKMX tenders hit bearty thanks to PIlE CAROLINA L. M. Cox- Haynes, Oren 8. ; ISA October to IM Jiau. 6. Fines willIe imposed, unless lbs delinquency imffidency most b*signed by apusxa-
the cit ftPII of Jact.-riI1e..ho to promptly coatribnted HeadricksMn.E.A. Leave Bainbridge Tuesday, Thursday sad be promptly sad satisfactorily ,explained certificates ter at ODe of the places before naasd er a jadgt ofa
their exertions for the rescue of his property A. rrrcn.Master will leave Charleston every IlarreU A.8. Wa- Saturday at 2 p a t of postmasters or the affidavits of other court of record. S
from Ire this morning.XOTICC.. S ATURDAY at half-past P. M. for the St Hayane, Daniel .. to Arrive at cola next Wednesday and creditable persona for failing to arrive ia contract Postmasters st the ends of routes en which they,
robes River direct,stepping JACKSONVILLE, Haryrove T. L. sapylymg Friday by 4 p m; and Monday by 11 a m; time;neglecting to take the aWl from or deliver think the present mod of eonveyaac* inadequate
'ICOLATA PALATKA. Returning will leave Hitt H. B. ,and Leave Apalaehieola Sunday Tuesday sad U isis a post office; for suffering it (owing will weigh the mail each trip for six suecssir*
THE Steamer Carolina will, 'alatka every Monday at 7 A. M.; PicolaU ., James Thursday at 6 a m; either to th* unsuiteUeness of Ibo place or manner .eeb.weekly routes, sad three week an ether
_. the nest trip of 13th tot, toads o A.K.; and Jacksonville for Charleston 3 Hopkins CoL John L at Arrive at Bainbridge next days by B a a. of carrying it) to be injured destroved,robbed root**,and report the result by the 10th ApriL tStt.
.t ST. ACOfSTINE for that trip only, tearingJaeksonnne .'clock A. M. Heartly Charles From ISA JIMS te ISM October. or lost; sad for refusing, after demand, to convey JAMES CAMPBELLt
at the nsoal time 3 o'clock THE FLORIDA JL n.Sn-UT. Master, win Harvley P.Badcliffe Lure Bainbridge Tuesday and Saturday at 3 the mad as frequently a* the contractor runs, or Jaa 2T12w. Postmaster General.

lO-lt tear* CHARLESTON every WEDNESDAY Hm er, Albert 3 2 p m; ni| k concerned m running n coach,ear,or steamboat
Morning, at 10 A.M, taking the INSIDE route Hopkins. John p a. P Arrive on a route.
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. or the places named above sad touching atleaufort and atAp.ta4.i.ulasextdnysb4pm; r"The Pcstnuster General annul the soa- Felix Livingston
HiggiaboUoa, Maxcr D Leave at 10 a and may ,
US WOLD retpectfally aanonnees that Apalaehieola Monday ,
ME. Hilton Bead Island Danes Brunswick 4 b"T twie tract for repeated failures to ma agreeably to contract ATTOBJTEYACOUlf
Wednesday at 10 : CELLOS AI
h* will pre ooe of bis MUSICAL EXTER.TAIXMENTSon Uxl aid p m; LA.W-
Monday .r.uing. March 12th SL.Karp. going u&anihcT1 boat Jaadoo H. W. Arrive at BainbrUg next Tuesday by 11 a a, ; for disobeying Post Office laws ier the JacbonTiUe K. F -
sat been tbe Inland route fur UM .
pat on aocomodatioa at histraigims cilIa >pstmentfor refusing to discharge -
Mrs CaOuriao ,
Ia UM new Hall ia Mr Bee-f BaJdhi*. on whichusaihe Johnson I Ud Thursday 10 p a TTJTLL attend busy pnfeakaal suslniss
of Travellers the line av. S
and those carrier when th
along a required by *department .
.Johnson Edward 6343 Froa CbatLaLooeet ,W
,1tviauna. CrowsU
aaristed Mr SlGSMUNDBafladswUl trusted te him in the
i will be by Courts of Ibo Rosters
Irbo wish t.keep a*much as possible ia tbon.T A.E. ; to do so; for assigning the contract without
leaCap& CaapbeUtMi. GelMva Ala. Anderson's Mill FlaQentevUIe
Ilia. Circuit sad of lbs
nRAt:58. abo baa kindly proferM Supreme Ceartaef Tanahasse
ace first class Boats with fine State Booms J. E..2 6 a m UM latent of the Postmaster General for ran-
A O 1tioD cl psiutivs: ,.euUtaeutaJ, py lad comfort will Milton and Flondatowa Hr has sis sack ad advaatageovs eaaeetkst elI
be found
every usually required p. slag aa xpress a*aforesaid; *r for transporting
J. A. 200
Jones and
to miles twice
!& back s week.
sad b.oroui 1rh sad Scotch aDd aa able Lawyer Ct
English, Loop by the Travelling Public. They connect with UMliffercnt to New person packages conveying mafiabl.matter out Washington dry,**will amuse
be introduced.J3iri Lines of Stages ia Florida and as far Persons calling for any LcaysChatt.ihoochee Tuesday aad Saturday at I Dl the maiL a prompt and speedy conectfasi ef such etalmt.

>or particulars see Hnafl bills. (- t South as Tampa &,. They also eoaneet with I plaes u.*say they are ; Bp Arrivs m|' at Pensaeola next Friday and Tuesday 8.Tb Postmaster General may order aa increase may State b* c placed able hands agaInst the United I

r ib, *New York Boats sad Railroad Lines from this pt a| I service ofl a route by snowing therefor apr _. July ,
by 4pm
Jacksonvm 24
Salamander Feb. '
LightningCONDUCTORS. ,
> Leave Pensaeola Tuesday aad Friday at 8 a a; I *rota htensM on UM contract pay. H. may RrHEp Jfnfec. J
from Charleston to schedule of and .
Passage per Canjma a. Arrive at Chattahooche next Thursday and ehang the arrivals departures
Thtte an thf only Permanently Safe Jaeksunvim 98 Orange Sp ,Saa- Sunday by&p. without increase of pay provided be doe not-curtail ATTOENZTAWDCOELIAT.Terbesuaillsl7my .".
LIGHTENING RODS To Pkolate and Palatka. 10 FOR Pond 6344 From ApalacLieoIa hy ChaUahoochee toCbkunbns I the amount of running'tin._H* may also .

yet invented. [assap per Florida from Charleston to THIS valuable property I ; a weak. Ga, asS back once a week. order an increase of speei, he allowing within the TTJILL attend say profasgioaal businom as- '

THE tasvlatjon II perfect, and not snbject t* & 3 .2. plied for JOOa ; Bidden will state the dutafle*,nam atennedikteeffices rottnctions of the law, n pr rote increase of pay VY trmstedtohiaatheCewrtsoftheEaelam
fatpairns in the ewe III those of ordinary eonstraetrartion. To. . . 4 It affords and 8 a ; I sad_propose a tehsdui*. -- for the addition stock or earners, if any. The Circuit aDd the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee .
Tbe article speaks for itself and these T*Brunswick aad St.Marys. I F>n>fitabU mvustmente in 634S From Manama by Orange fluB, Vernon, Mmtraetor may,however,in the cue of inereas I Be has also each a*advaategeeu conaeetiaai with
interested in UM MCBT'ty ef their boose, will sa. To Jacksonville. . . /the HOBS wffl show. by 8 p a. DonglassvflM and Knox BiB to Cobee Lana 64 af speed relinquish the contract by giving prompt in abte Lawyer Washington City,a*wia aaai I
tMfy themselves by calling on Mr. A.M RZD To Piealata sad Palatka . 8 I ledged to be one of Ute ,' to nile and back once a week. Hobos to the department that b*prefers doing so k prompt asS speedy coltoctMB of Rda etaiae I
*/ JaVksonrille iV, or Mr. WALTER npp' Meals by the Florida 50 cents each. ivy invalids m Florida; Leav Manama Thursday 6 n a; to carrying the order into '. Tb Postmaster mj h*placed a his hands against the Unite

5', sole Agent for the erection of these rods in For freight engagements- and other particulars, Jolpber Springs in the at ArriveatUebee&nsaneztdaybysp.; JeHralaay also curtail discontinue the"". State. tale-S,
a.pply to WM.M.LAWTON CO, i:!, affords fin bathing ; Lean TTrhae. Anna Tueadav at fi a m i UpreroJa decrease of pay allowing ond month's,
EastFlsridJL.DTTTEB. A At"G B t"aU..I7CAt'TIOXS. march I0-ly Southern Wharf, iTo mder other disease na Arrive at Marisuns aext-day by-7 pay ixtm compensation oa UM amount dispensed with J. McRobcrt Baker, -

one is authorized to Water sad k much a a. Bids for 181Di.eek1yllrrice will h* .considered. whenever his opinion the puUie'interests do ATTORXEY
use .. not th* same, or in eas he desires te supersede AT.LAW, SOLICITOR IX
oaf patterns ia East Florida,wt oar above named Persons.. out of Employment. Th Betel k entirely. 6846 Prism West -.-by Aspen Grove to require of I
Agent. fmh3-ly) D. jfc A. AGEXTS 1TANTED, dating from 60 to 70 30 mUss Abe Spring 22 miles sad back, one a week it by n different grade for traneportatlcs.S. CHANCERY,,NOTARY PUBLIC,
the rooms ar. *.an Lean West Winton Monday at 6 n a; 9. Payments will lie mad by 'AXDComniuloner S
HAVE TIME! SAVE MOSEY SAVE In Every Sect** rftte United Statct. buying ar imistil to ; Arrive at Ab Spring sam day bIZ a; collections from or drafts CIao postmasters or other.wise _
TROI7DL.EHI The most Elegant sad Usef V.I.meGlthe Year selves as to the earreetnees ; Leave Ab Spring Monday I p m; after th*expiratioa of each quarter-*-*y a, for the Atlantic asdCmif

Bead this idrerlisement One SEIRS' GREAT vYOBK OX RUSSIA.JUST W.Pearson at UM Springs .' Arriv at West Waton sam day by 8 p. February, May August November. State- .
published aa Illustrated Deaoripboa of .I informattjnvTh I 6847 Prom VentoattSt Andrew's Bay,45 mIles 10. Th distances an given aeeordiar to the sng.S-ly .
AIIU!! and best information. but no inersaved will be allowed
and *
RUSSIAN EMPIRE. Being Physical Hotel k located on and back one a week. ; pay
: should they b* greater than advertised iftbe McQueen McIntosh
To sad Political History of its Government sad Pro- through East Florida Lsav Verooo Friday st 6 a a; ,
crcb"'nt&p laths and sad bait a Arriv at St.Andrew's by 8 points to be supplied U correctly stated. Bidders
vene***. Productions, Resources, Imperial Oovernmeat oat a Bay same day p at ATTORNEY AT LAW
PLANTERS AND OTHERS. must inform ttMSMelves on this point.
Commerce, Literature Educational Landing oa tb*Oeklawaha I Lon St.Andrew's Bay Saturday at 6 ass; S
TTAVIN'O become permanently located u CharJjL Means, Religion People Manser, Customs Antiquities .. Tiae "Georgia I Olustee Arriv at Veroon saa day by 8 p m| 1L Th Postmaster General k prohibited bylaw Jaeksoonne.J". _

lottos) I am prepared to do anrthing of the etc,ete,Crom UM latest and most authentic week for 3 weeks. 1 6843 FraaMQton, by Coon HiU, Nathansvm, from knowingly making a contract for UM SmithBZad1brd ,
line of a general AGENCY and COMMISSION ourees. Embellished with about 200 Ea- Ala, and Fort Crawford to Sparta 70 mUss sad transportation of the aaik snlh any person who .
bevinosj ratrncted to ... I intend giving the' and of aad Asiatic Russia. FOR back one a week. sbaU have entered inta propoeMte enter hits ATTORNEDATLAWSOIICZ70S .
graviags, Maps European ;
greater portion of my time to UM fining of Coon- Th whole complete ia on*Urge octavo volume A LIKELY Kogra boy Leav Milton Wednesday at 6 n a j anyooabaaUon prevent the making of any bid <.
tryesdcrifor S ,about 700 pages elegantly and substantial, A warranted sound and Arrive at Sparta next day by 6 p a; for n mail contract by any other persoa or persons IH_CHArfCl, 1i

Groceries Provisions, Dry GOO Uud- ly bound. Retail prwfc, S3. this Office. ; to Lean Sparta Friday at 6 a m; or whO ibafl hat. and say agreement or shall MKgttif taut JT nr jir Ss, FI*.. -
have to ,
week. give or-performod or promised giv*or (I
wan Clothing; LooU. Shoes Druyi, This work has Wen several yean ia preparation FOB Arrive st Milton next day by 6 p a. _arm,. any consideration whatever,. or te WILL attend proapUy to-aSbusS
PainU Oils Fruit Liquors Books aDd win it k believed, meet, ia the f ulleiaeeepUttoa 6849 From Milton hy East River sad, both... -. '
> do not do in order ,
THE P aj to Uehe Anna 89 mflet and back one a nek.Lea. or anything whatever to .y .t I
Stationery, Fancy Goods ; of UM word th* want so universally indue any ether person or persons not to bid for n M.WSQT.nrm, IOfteoatAlfigatoc.
PLANTATION, ; .Milton at 6
Wednesday a m|
or anything els that an be obtained either hilUserJVcrfiUm felt fereliubi. information on the history and iatomal Mated at tbe mouth of th* Arriv at Ucbee Anna next Friday by 10 p a; mail contract Particular attention is caned to&be2&Ja 0Sc aLx--i. ;\
Market and | re.osrcessfausuatry occupy ing so Urge a section of the set of 1336 prohibiting combinations 5- 1J 1\
through the ar- f the Eastern sad The pine boa boon ..11 J.. LOST Ueh**Aaa Saturday at 6 a a t y717.11.
that I hare portiss Hemisphere beiJing and to bidding. -
mad with prevent
the tK asS a detailed description k Arrive at Milton cost Monday by 6 p a. GODDIX
hoses dealmg ia UM alwve articles I shun be formidable a poeitioa at prsent lime to u. Upon tilt principal Island .one* n I I Bid for semi-weekly service will lie considered. 12. A bid received after Urn*-vis: 3 p.a. of, ,
able to make Mrebsses on better terms than the rest of Europe aad Asia; bat fit which far less is I 1060 acres eftriglilaad of I I 6830 Prom Pensaeola by BUktly. ,Ala. to Mobil the 10th of April 185S-or without the guarantee -I Builder and Contractor
known than of other European nation. .
IbsEhMOserPlaatenUMnwelveseonld: thereby any : a state ef! L Th *67 mile and back daily. required bylaw,or that combines s*veral mutes Shop on"Ocean Strttt.
not only saving them the difference in the price of ALSO.A I duces excellent crops of $ f. p aj Leav Pensaeola daily at 12 a; in on*SUB of compensation cannot lie considered I fh3 I
the article but also the necessary xro2oJ tr- deeply interesting volume, entitled THE k also will adapted for the Strive at Mobil next da1'y'a a| in competition with a regular proposal rtasonabl I I.
WUS/ZMM cud IrvubU attending a visit to this REMARKABLE ADVENTURES OF CELEBRATED Beside lbs high lasS Ute m. Leav Mobil*daily at 7 am; in'smoant. FROST &.BOULTERb
at,. I win ab jwrsoBafy attead the tdtetvtg PERSONS" mbraoiag th*Romaatie marsh land belonging to th* Arriv at PensaeoU next day by 21.2.. 13. Bidders should a all eases first propose for I >
.Padcinf. Marking ed SMfmaU ef goods Incidents aDd adventures ia UM Live* of.Severeigns. eeptibl of drainage and '. Mills 6851 From Pensaeola, Wamagksx,.9 miles service strictly according to the advertisement,and General Commission Merchants: ,
so a* to awid an nittaiet and damage which Statesmen,. Geoenls Prino, Warriors ing used for assuring back and back daily.' then if they desire separately tat different service 101 &-.- -S,
geaerany arise from want of a little attention, TrarUrs Adveatarm, Voyagers.'A.,eminent vast amount of shells, from L.avePcueacohadahl3rst3l.2aa; and if the regular bid be the lowest offered for the ,. :
la addition to the above I will also attend ba the history of Europe sad America including could be obtained ia ab"5. at Amv at Warrington sam day by 6 J.Z. a ; advertised service the ether bids may be considered WILL' P&1ttrid.LVNBEB prompt atieutis. ..

tb* disposal of nay produce that may b* shipped Sketches of ever fifty eeUhrsted brei cbataeten.BeauUfuUy fbrtabl Dwelling House Lsav Warringtoa daily at 7 a a; ,if the alteration proposed are reeommeadad other Southern Prodne'l'uuux.CO'tI03,sa4
to see Any person desirous*f making Shipments Ulastrated with asuaeroas sngiavhsgs.7r4's3 buildings nod quarters for ; Arriv at Pemacolasam*day by 10 s.. by the postmasters and eitisen interested or if' od7-tf S
of JVeoUts ef any kind had better write te SB*sad pages royal 12a o, doth,gUtPnoe mate k also perfectly 2 p m t 6832 From NW OrUans La,by Pataeola FU they shall appear manifestly right and pvopsr. OLIVER FROST. ,
I win give them every information'as regards UMMfrltuU IIZ.n daring Ute wbol,.ar. 10 p '5. Apalacbacom, 8t Mark Cedar Keys Tampa,and .U. There. should be but on*route bid tuna a LOYAL BorLrzi. .

msnnsr of Pocking, sad how to aIp *subscriber puUisbe a |ral- Chariestos'. twice Adaas-. Manatee to Key West 1,000 mils and back twie* proposal. Private Boardlu; '_
them. From ay long experience in a general sable Piesorial Books, Try popular aad of..cIa Met trauportatics sad '; a month m steamboat 13-The rente,the service the yearly pay the 11m nllteriller brms
moreantil business I tbiak I can give perfect sa- a moral sad religious"Juflueug that .I good 8IriW is asset nI-'y I Leave New Orleans. the 10th aad 24th sf ouch aaae and residence of the bidder and those of each .JS..b Uaa&be. te .tbq
tiads Is.11 sad i&the aortas***** taste a.. may safely engage in their euealaUoa. they ofhkbs Ie put with a month member of a inn where company. .should r'p"_ acstmsdat.a
' la my selections. Giv.m* a trial k all I aaL- 1rill essfsr..Wit bmett, aid reseiws afaireom- iaiteUaadcapablof; such II Arriv a sly West on th*20th UcI4uL I h*distinctly stated also the-mod of conveyance, ZSSttJtt f+, *.

Fee my sorviee X shall require a mtdertU uses peasatio for their labor. k th* .soUreaaoa which Ls vKsy West oa the 10th and'2
nriss *i aotTre/tis;tA per ctt+ according CfTT snea *f ea&erpriM .a tact WI bssLassitI hk own.axperknos .has ] 'and month words"with due ee1irb ,certainty,and security tJ ZZ DI M MCIIIIIM Mart part of the.. u. MDaea .f rrs aa for pfofitabl -*mploymnt anticipations rsepeeting back :Anivs at.wOnamioaUM 20th and 4th. inserted te indicate the modest conveyance, will SKTSi08" stints ek.Jsanary -
DAVID M. OAZLET. seldom to .with. ther particulars i constitute a""L- 1.IS5S-IL- X WT

-tin,22SKin-street, ty Person wishing to engage in their sal, Thompson. May port Mills EfSTRUCTlOXS. 18. Bidden are requested louse as far as prae- -. ; ,
f't Charleston. S. Perm p'aoaaZwLre si &*aurifrom mdairtitm7it tkahle the printed MIl ef proposal furnished by -C.Lek5
Steamboat tall paitiealats, vita .'DueUons:to petsons ,'$a7dI ( ii t9tm}>lated.bfUu bidiUr tb.d.psrtasstewvI&e culls full the saa.efUMU t I
Public "
at Sale. : -
disposed te act as Ageate, togeUer with terms an
,. I,-{ fIltoaIIt1 of -,State of bds end to retain copies(them. l&ed'aN.'wBsShIiagj
BY TAYLOR. which they win twfuraiahed, 117 addrearfng &ateUTSz Far Sale, er $and -i pr18&VtoJ ***tomevey'the aaik frees Jsly 1. 1'.altered aids can be considered. ad sa lids _.J ,
Oa THURSDAY;UM eu Match*t u. & & wmU '
< subscriber,post paid. '
Without l9smwatiNo'---- submitted earn be withdrawn. KEEPS
WITH ar 3G one entsstsutty
eahaaj abe
sold north of tilt Exchange BOB Pnusnv at 8 amert-
a'known PEIVATE -to-. agreeable to.advertisement Each bid mud be guaranteed two rssponsibl & M**ef".'JXWELBI sat FAJf-
The fast lUrerSteunTLMEAXE3 Kew-York. '
.L- i sapenor 1 181 WIlliam Street hy JIlL%a11er. of the; Postmaster 9atnJ. dated January .12, person General guarantee cannot be admitted. fors.sQt3OXI whkhh efers.toah> hfJCTT
., being J ef-th* fo-I Ic. NEW GOODS,FOR BPBIKG INl:. .. rtons,sad stiustid as at 1855 and hy foQowag mod of eonveyanc*, rk; .
feet .
"r 123 feet length beam
opportunity knew offered ,lot th*aanal na of 17.-Tb. hid should he soiled
W.G. Bancroft Cash H superscribed"as ITfltetft&ipttlrgrfioul WdrrtHterEVf
, 7 foethoid. sad 200 tons berth 6b earrios .iuet. engage La lb.... !; .i 1000 JktsCottoa oa about 4 feet draught ef water. '*
.thoroughly repaired sad refitted sad fursashed ? B.C. : January 20,185o--4t' to Tort Sissies of th*route tb*weight of th*.mad to h* Offiesv aad sent hy -not 111.,., aa ager -S B. Grotfce, __ ; .
with two High Preesstr Steam Engine*, WE All as nesiviag*ur uaal large sad carried and aO other partieulana reference to the sad postmasters wfll not enclose nropooak... WATCH MAKER AND,JEWELRT. :
Sad ewe f.* B a.i,.best aaterials two years WV .axtomtvf sssortmsnt itFanoykStipleDry route sad serric,and alas after fan xaainatka ten of any kind) a their quazterTly returns.. (Is ttozeam.jjejjjg5,J'bst.cs.) ,
._. .._ w.U8'uad
plete. ,. Goods THS CJfDESSIGjrBD. | of the Instructions auIrsaestattacb.dto. th*- IS.Th contracts ar*to b*executed, 11&VING AnaecI z.r--upho
see .sad tee. ,
.y fr Trad aad : his pstwae; aad sdTrUseantDated tothedepartmuotbyor before th*&d fII hogs &sav* to ffr his sacalise ...
>Tatm Oae tauweasfr tilinos ia I.: aalmrtasMSaad Spring as*prepand to*C r CNatrfaidae : July
has taken
that he (SiptcI
hmttharvio* mastb ad
1851. *
.months wit* soeoved aadorser *thus ever n. Cask Custom'n. t. Bay ssa ttd,, th* 1M1rM'\
Oeeaa sai itssst. VIGiersfas. .u day Md alter that 4atess upsrieneB for the bit
-...u,. Mtck 3-& n. .tdber strictly to ar ejstsHhUd, cns-, : I > I &. twevty-cir jssa.'sje a'
toss.fIIIOX.PI1C.OnT. BesHhsg 11ssswbee he : Tb* IMSILP.J.i.Jd1ig at-,-.State af trs
.: 'ji.. CWtestoa Jsa.20 UI56.' C.) keen eueetis lyea hued ->undwiak.that if th*.{oregoinc hid for I. f srs will lit isidred nati\the eoatnets ar*aw to those who wIsh .... thirsmkcsasln, S
: rtIt7 .snyagthssaaQai route No.-beaoaeptedhy cited iadaafora and orJird daM fliiisjtissBt$. !wertrmanTih -.. S
.' f "- 0rrIcs n- Rw-sspO.y ..lOQBtsrart.BASAWAT ttestsas.wsr,which h* .% ', the Pastesastor General th* hUdMshaQ.$ prier asS._1raMItn wfll b* aOowod: ftetas good i tir W.oa..T"7.It

Js<&* ,7-728.u. froa'thiharfbT,-.lie. terms as ttwr w*hs had hi = I. to th*1st day of July; lS56rMSM thereafter and iSet.St raar M tharafor sea glvan, to Is1stermise4bvt'g.paasa. 1M.& t18-4t
,that.a third ETB-aI tr.. intolb.squired abtigatissle :
AJOTlCXk hereby ghren as.aybseater .
.WI rssaaM008IB. BeII ltyurath.dtsieieifJ
co-enaslasd anlkmt ...
iA < esaat at,en*'percent eeitheetoskssTtlCnaaajhee shout S6 ef. and has a !lamp '- prtaraThk 0.servies pze wilbaMu.etedusrasies. IS.Par.a& eases as or nest raSroad, _1I" _
___ jean ace '. 1(3
.'. keen maSs payable at the oftee oftt Be forehead.shout half the tint ef. pStsusago :- :twtare'haa.eighty.rods twa'n snrtlssy will = ". .
. fesMtaiy an Monday she 7th say af May. bywbids eaabraday '. 'Jasuaiy2o,1e61.4y.rVfl-- w*d*triaeWip. iaunsdUtely alter the Ksh''fill April nsxt nucrt sit,;
0'. -'Z. kknijgirnthis Besmatksi et the ahas nwat4 II slind vM a6'Ssasaad :( ZEZ.i .sad HahBhies assnaod by'gnnramtan.a.r their u.A dlstause bus As sparest station. 0< lbhavi5LasaseJsueSeeinsIjuas14

.fill.aa..which the see- sflvury shbsi.tb. ,bitrR..or.or tile 6- -.,. .. ., .- ..ICea.p.IC lall, '- J. t_. how th7*,.*UMrwk8wBe4 with the aa .*. ekes s

, .1.teae sjtr eaat rarabai-Us*?U JaThrsJaskomrs.: IOU J.'uau- ,2e0Bv5EoAe, : hinted Jsahln ttePnttnastsrOonoral to dir-ata aaO- -.ftd __ .
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BY ROYAL LKTEB8 PA.TnXT.t Ijj.i ; ; I $' fI ri ot .ltaJSCJUBD'8 OLD

mB' s4nfl I";' jn I 'Am I.f STAND- t&bee* eettflly dee. QALPIN :
#: : -" ; ; :n HOUSEtri
f ire,.he kas raawtd tar 142
AmAbHiNWO1i tteyed by
W4TDPOOP. TrcoflvTmgacri. : '1 ."' : ." Jt corset ef Wemtwwtlu the stand feraierry ewBpisAby (J.M. RJ .

,8'.oJ1os, :. / 'GElFFIN.GEOSatA.' ? .. : havtg made ixlenafv*'aad W.J.GAYER, where eootiaaes his humus ,Middk1niTr. ;. .
.n .W..4. mLJi. i: : .f"JlBVierel**,of thIs tjiatltetkm wUt U?rantm.fn 1 1 valuable Improvement ia their",taW1eJk.ellto 1 U all he breach-' lie ..hood alarge. TVIXTXU MILX1 HOM THE ST.JOJUtl

oUitTiBItADLEY; I CO IC :. a4 on the 8ECO MONDAY rfJASUA are DOW prepared to farabh T ,:,. meat of ant class VEBleLJt off dtfcriptiat alt t4 km.s& Jl 8 aT Den.'lIDder the 'eoa&1DIatcl eJlreetIDD.oI i .tesmIEnttheos7 g.qulr$ some .. $ to&tmpressly SLACK CREEK. : J
'w.-- "j.w. 1t -* 0 4 I".i..'President,'RatCaMiuJM P,B.lUtTU, hI'lOObOtP5Is.L. so I IS fcr his Country Cutiomtrt,all of wbkft bs) -E"DOUSE.1 b .
.1J --- -' who.uJ'.be aided by an experienced tad oompe- *. orral 1.J will SKLL.CHXAP. JOR C48H er CUy* eep.taaee Terr cotamodjotti tot*
:_;: __._ \ !. y .1aDd
__._;; teat Faculty of Professor&II Teacherf la the TO- ;. Sugr'Mllls ., : ; 'tr..f .LE0NAD. ChlAPIL.4S&EMGi1beit can ,accommodate forty
-.41." 4. I02N- Nci# moo departments. ".A meet thorough aad.xtadedeoamof ., l ,.;.. one. Pt.-enl': \ ... .. twm tUtdJaUllJWl1p.Ll'. jeIr's,.,, hIl0loeat.desefllL.
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edaeation lOUd and arlit J01b .. !. abounds FID,ucI t srscodIoga1,7
rp1 Hydromarra h a b1ub1deo'rery1brlstIet1agtsfHt 'aad an oti. l thia '- .. teemnowlIb ,OA this lattitatioa :, Viw \ ; 1
.* from dmtep and f !; '- &
< or cold A pl1C1&Uoa'-lor. admlldoo.e&a4" to thePresideat '' d Cutl U ... ., I

therefore ittMtf a prevenUUve of many Luag dltoasea, or to the' Rev''Waa'J. Keith Secretary t L'111' uct h!! MANtnTACTURERS and DSA. Xo pains win be spared tonsd.itbus'or 'wWl

la the cay form frctsrixgwhtntr of eoT ;The nydromagenb g i to the Board,of Trustee.; .The high character'of jat short --J.- tERN IB all deseriptions CAB.R1AGESatoe.35sod4O hiss with a call comfortable and ham*..
innd boot '
aad the ,
.BOB. Jtaiaadjcafcet a character. worn k or- 1! this Seminary of leaning, the healthfalaet of ft*. r.AU ml1rchMedfrfl as win be TTtreriA HORSES Bad CARRIAGES win Ul f'-rsadse

to diaeaaa.Tor a, powerfalanU4oU __ location Bad the mornlity and tut.illgenos..4tbi put III'operation fa "any pa.-t the, fctste, by Strut,and No:T Haynt Strut Charleston. to convey Trarellers in the lateiior. (.

found community In..which 11 I located, all commend i eompetent machinists, whea deaIied&DeI .upon Oar StOck-. aacxtensire one, and purchasers
OenUemealt wQ be agreeable,warm '"
aad wear in the eoldeet or rainiest weatb : : .to the liberal patronage of the people of the State i reasonable Unas.and Estimates fnrnismed.. without t aw nepectt.D1 requested to mill onus, as we coo MAGrOLIA'HOps .
Dy order.of the Board,s . Drawing' -- offer great mdeeeraents ia style and prices aa< T
r. a*the foot become wet if the nydromagenUineerted. deen-lm" ,' .WM. .1.gEmt Sec y. arrelOONEY/" GOOKIN, IT.'A CtlTlSJ z. 'i.t. -_ '
Ladle may wear the lightest eoled July 8-tf: ,Founders snd Machinists, any articles bought at our establishment are warranted rrnis establishment baa bean .pu ,
Vx t*or ibce*ia the mod iaolomeni weather with : 'PROVISIONS e. la every respect Jut-tt. .L rated d1arIDc the peat ..._.

It7fls Con.umpUoc so prevalent among TUST'received'by brig G. L. Bnckmaa, from : FLORIDA mOll WORKS. b1 throughout, cleaned Aes,and to BOW Iwmuf.
the young of our country may be Uwarted by I J R.W.D1UOSCO, ,JilL Cariage &: Harriess Depository. Families InTslid. Traasleat Boardan,, .
NewYorkTv ,
q.u.PMfIoI *.' They, entirely niptrttdt 30 barrel Men Pork flat 1ABE :; ,AT THE WHITE'HOUSE, the future Mrs.STOLL -iu bare tbo...
i'.Mou1satb.1tt.rcsu. the feet to perrpire.fa 20. 'U Hiram Smith' Floor now prepared to weenie promptlp* orders '- Jin. DAVIS.her pcodecessur.ret.ra bee'
South- Corner of.
a>tary unhealthy manner| aad besides are not The "Buffinsfton .Hoiisef .- 25 half barrels'Hiram Smith'* i1ov., Steam Engine*, Saw MUls- Sugar Mflls MaTING and WEETWORTH t STSHETSOtarltfton thanks' for the liberal patronage heretofore reeeir.

eUageroBi wear to pedestrians ia icy weather, like : 2 tierces Sugar Cured Ham new and ,ans,. Grist, Mills,:.Hone Powers Iron and "*,i relAta rHi"r with old a.oeIa&M inwuof
iadia rubber. WhUe the -latter cause the feat toappear "* Bacon Side aad Shoulder., Brass Castings and every variety Machinery.. S. C. family duties mod solidls a rmtlnesnai of nut

vxtrAaety targe, the'..Hydromigea, being 14 firkin Gohea Butter, .,.i / Casting. Forging* and Blacksmith Work; Saw.. Mill, CARRIAGES of erery description at the lowest lam under the present maaagemoat..,n.-ps.1
S mere thin slice of o.r* prepared, peculiarly pla- Jnokson'v.111e. ,FJ.or1d.n. 12 boxes Cheese, -: Steamboat'aDd other repairing. prices always on hand sad no article sold except fritter will use every exertion with thE MtUUftMIt

oed .:" Bet increase the site of the boat.or 2tiercssLeafLird. Thsy will continue the muwaetare.aod. keep suoh as can be warranted. the fullest term, by i otthepresenthcetesa to d"I"tt &

oaase the foot to appear untidy. To Children they .6 keg .. constantly on hand jhetr Variety of Plows.Timber july 8-ti X.R.NATHAN.holcsalc .,.1\0 debts orUa1.Wti. will be paW.1U. pyj.Icr .

I are axtnaslyiTaloaUe, as they may engage Their in THIS well known HOUSE,. situated on the orner of Newnanand I half barret Fulton Market Beef Carts Chains Acv'to which they respectfully Inrito \\ .Tin-,\are; FatlOr unless his written or verbal 6rd. The-"
I zeroise with comfort aadbealihy effect No.tMackerelInbzrel.aodkhta, desirabLy situated the .J
: July
patronage. 1'
; e noose ilM slight as to scarce need mention; besides Adams streets, within a few.rods of the ;Post Office, and Salmon in kit, ,- G.'n.: VERONEE &' BRO. Room airy clean and scathe ItotkC.

those who patrofiise them will find to,the 20 sack Liverpool Ground. Salt. JacluouTllIe. DlacbmUltlDr.a. '. Wholesale Dealers ia famished nandaoinelTV nfrtalBf -
the Steam Boat and most convenient .
? ly stacler*101 mth din&\ thereby.At near to landings, 1 cask Dried Apples, DMACHINE PtAINJiyD JAPAJfED .T/JV".WARS, wanting. )

theHydromagen besoming more known, its Churches has just received a new COAT, and has been renovated S barrel Apple, '' '.? f SHOP,. rPAKE this method of Informing their friends Being ntJn1111aIB of wood,which reader' I
sale is increasing to aa almost Incredible extent. Buckwheat flour ia sacks sod boxes M the Stand free from Tb
ana a former of &dgfck. J. and that dampness. room eooaeeted by Fet-
customers bare
in they recently made
Last year'la Loadoa Manchester, Birminghum, from top bottom with every, onvcnience,- is now perfectorder. fall assortment of Prevision'and Grooerie of all T7UBNISUES Plough of ah kinds,'Timber Car- large additions to their machinery, and are now ding dqon which Fireplaces ud Minds to wmoewB1
IJrorpeoL Glasgow,Leeds Dublin 1'.uiIAntwup ndance of kin-1. and for sale byi ,- ''-' opening through to the Piazza,which Afford a delightful ,
Meabtfrgh, eftdDnrUn,our sales reached 1,7*.. The Table will be underline sbperint an 6. 1855 MILLER & JlcC11EN.', JD xiages. Carts Chains for Mille' of prepared to execute all orders'in the above line of 300 feet
promenade sad DM
of corks This tie umber .11 kinds, Sugar lilll ... with neatness and dispatch. Oar.Wares are all ptototfa
4M Soles -
will pairs far surpass that' year Housekeeper, and shall nolrb6'suip sc by any other .t -.%"> [ { "Partkular attention paid to Steam Boat and warranted act to leak and to be of th*. best. ";workmsnahlp. able house Retreat from rain from cold wind,A&,and forms a tfsats

Ask the Faculty their opinion or their ralae asa IkliPilSalSf $:M Proprietor :has determined, that his exer Lone Star Restaurant7 Saw Mill reparinz Wheel wrighting don at shortest > : conSuement al aU seajoaw cube
.ar.. Tho Home is dratted in IB
,. y a central pneittea
Terms made
accommodating and orders
-jBMBBlssIrs fer-Corew, Cou>, Baoveams --' notice. T AU orders left at the store of S. Country.
Aitsuusad Coamrrios.MM'S .. tibu3 to.merit the IJ3.tronagewhich shall be bestowed upon him, IX. William will,be promptly attended to; promptly attended to facing the South4 and retired from ether Erases. HIt
Ccm. UNDERSIGNED 1ioutd' ron:'the citir ang9-lfr J.A.TARMAR.. 'Also Country Roofing and Guttering'dons with contains 45 room and eoomieaen ta rsasisj,
:; LAMia'Slit::40., pm,3S 30 do. shall be 'without regard to trouble or expense.A THE of Jacksonville and .vicinityv that he dispatch/ aDd for aeeommodatioa cannot be surpassed :-. IB

with has fitted up the room formerly by To tJb.0pHE Iii 63 STATE STREET the Market.nor. dec. 23-2m B. E. CARL 1
Cora A MISSES' do 25 do! LIVERY .STABLE is attached to the House, good occupied 9 ,near :
make the Republican office: a*a RESTAURANT,in a 18-6m Charlttlon.. C.'
Venca-From the Retail Prices w.I a :
Tory "liberal allowance Jobbers and Wholesalers Horses and carriages. The Western Stage leaves this House style which he think will give genera satWaetion. / UNDERSIGNED sncriors'to: IIlIn &:2JiU' iiQ. a"

that soy storekeeper may make article a fine profit be on soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston 'boats. It LIQUORS will be his and aim to SEGARS furnish,the and choicest'unexceptionable of WINES, JL .TiMUiqs, ** store No. 3,and Holmes'for sale Building, '-., ,'hare' in, Fraser &; TbompsoD.FACTORS'AND -. i PALA'LKA.LFLA.THIS ,.. .J. .
tbeir sale while they are aa they may BOW awl pleasaat K uMiJ.t reend'phpforthe
p ii kept la aay store, among soy. class of goods, Oct. 21, 1854-Gm I S. BUFFINGTON.Ca. OYSTER and GAME SUPPERS. \ In _abort to A '3ENERAL, ASSORTMENT' OJ"ME'RCfANrijrz'E COMMISSION ,MERJH'ANTS I ucoiunmodstlos.ot theTa
.' give complete' satisfoctaou to hi* patrons. .
ratler1Dl. *P'Y to ,
l1ARCOtRT. BRADLEY t co f Republican copy .u_ A couple of fine BILLIARD TABLES will Adgtr't North Wharf : eliBg PaMic and aasarpassed by any mo bit***.

.} 33 Ann Street, New-Yerk. soon be added to his eiUbtishroenti- : Coa wting ofrjGosdi' Groceries, J'rovilliOlJ"Dardware Charleston, S. C. to'establiahed to sow open for the heIpUea
Boarders '
dettJ-tt JOHN WHEELER. and Cutlery Crockery and Glassware naJ' I.J'usn | ,.. i. rnonrsoaCopartnership raperinieiHlod by Un..V. Zawadakv
T--; Q TnE CHEST. i--- |! wInce earnest care will be to pl.uo all "en.
WATCHES JEWELRY SILVER Hats and Caps Boot and Shoes Saddlery, and a .
Groceries *c. who will dull ia. The .
ala A8TLHY COOPER DAR r., H.D. large assortment of Books and all Notice. one ftbli patroBOfo te ropectfuHy
'lb.eminent Medical Practitioner hu heft a 'THE ubscriber, baving'Trarchased: the stock of other article suited to the trade; Ie' undersigned hare this day formed a Co .. B.QUSSU.CMUI.UItO .

.. .alaabl.lepy to the world in hi* AND or Mr. S N. William', respectfully' invite the attention of the public and aak them to TUB. under tbe firm of MATTBIBSSZ .ep2J-Gut. .
solicits the of the He will al.
. Altn way. keep on band a full(apply and fresh Stock of themselves Retail W, JS1BlJ.'iiii' L
f Croods. FAMILY GROCERIES elsewhere they flatter thaithey
n'"FAILL'iG CUR FOR PULMONARY Fancy which he will sell on reasonable term,'My Stock can coItus low a* anyone else for cash or country CLOTHING f TAILORING BUSINESS.. >t *. C. -'''. '

DISEASES. will be constantly replenished by new arrivals produce. rtS. at the corner of East Bay and Queen streets.. HP THE IcdtiriiBed 110.4 ieqedthflyja.
without the vie of Meillcine. from the North. T. II. BURTON. | M. W. Charlatan, S. C. JL foam b, bkotU aid the FilCc ger.erallythst

S lit A.C, Bart: invented and \'iaoJ.lh. use GEORGjTfLAGG Dee.23m. JOHN S.TOWNSEND. t: T" ?f. IU M.W.GBAVES would respectfully WM. MATTHIESSEN bo has leased that extensive and well knows 00UblUhment -
of the Inform the public that he till continues the July I '54. WM: O'UARA. the PLASTERS HOTEL, lad U
DEDICATED CUESTPJiOTECTOR En.s1i F1orjCIa "IVho Hhall these Boots Displace i" DAOUEB.REAN BUSINESS; knufturn Etlablithmcnt, 38 Pratt now ready for the reception of riiiton. IU oQ t*
Ja.ok9onv1.11c" THE UNDERSIGNED have opened a Tfelc under tht hIs location convenient the
aol conditooj as a .. street fork tuptrinlendanet qf being to an buiaooi
all of all
.. TO D persons and a safe shield ages againxt consatnption WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country,'that a hop for the manufacture of BOOTS and one door west'of Dr. II: D. Holland',residence. J. MATTHItSgts. [aug3-2am-2m localities will commend it to those who Tint|ao
the of Newnan and For- 1 S54.c.
J 0
SHOES oa corner boDrine. July city on business and no exertions
I Bronchitis Asthma Cough Cold and other affliction he has again opened at his old stand, Notice. or expense Witt
ythitreeta next door to store formerly occupiedby be
: which cries from'the 1 pared by the Proprietor promote the com
: of the Lungs
the fashion and expose the SUMEltS' BLOCK J. B. HowelL They hare received a new supply The.People1* Clothing THE CO-PARTNERSHIP the firm-of fort aad conTcnience of hi* gnetfa aDd reader kit
according ,
.: state of chest ,
of,materials, and in the quality and style of O. PICKNEY A CO, is this day diwol- Louie in of the
continual changes of our climate.The with a larro and well wlected stock of Awn neryir"Ort y paW.aDd patronage
k '1" their manufactures have no doubt of pleasing tho red. -The settlement its affairs by mntna to add that JM has

', lined Protector"with silk U and.imply padJed a chemically which o'penlei preparedf V a HE" RH2W a. A public whom we now ark to give u*a trial. DRY-GOODS" STORE.MAt agreement, devoir on WILLIAM M..TUNNO, secured the services ae Book keeper, of Mr...V.Lamkio .
r ,
from, the Beck coven the chest in M agree ibis a t ) t t... : dec23-2m BACEMAM A MARCHER. ( the sigIofthiGIANrS BED CAP) to whom all persons baring demands or being indebted so long and favorably knows to the Ira-

manner that,once worn, it become a necessity and PA1VOY.GrOODS: Insolvent Notice. J MODE return thanki to his .friends and citi- are referred.WILLIAM Telling community of this and the adjacent States
4 a'SKIFF, Administratrix sod e teas of Jackson vill..and s llTandinJcouutri M.Tm. O. July 8-3m O.W.BOMAX.
= c&nor.-Th* Protector," although but recently 1 introduced to which the attention of the Publ.c is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the CATALINA Administrator of all and tin.jrnlar for past favor bestowed on him and solicits a cooiit .& Q.-P1NCKNEY.

Into America i*making rapid progress through New York Manufacturers I am prepared to offer mv customers inducements, both as the goods, eh..tteJA. right and 'eredit of nuance of the same. ,.A* he has BOW entered into Charleston. August' 31st' T 1854.Sept.I MAGNOLIA HOTEL,

I the'United States, the Cuuh., South Auerica, regards style and price that cannot be snrpassci in Charleston' or Sannnab.Among George F. Skiff,late of this bounty deceased hav- a.copartnership with his brother in Savannah, the 2J3 On the St. Johns'RITei.;
aad the West Indie It hu f..r a long time my assortment may be found ia; this day filed ia my office a written suggestionof business will be carried OB more ex "ell.1U1dtr -
fteea a staple article in England and on the continent i, the insolvency said estate: the style.and firm of : '.' Tbe Subscriber.. TJfDU CHAKCE or Cirr. 0. J. if cur.

of Europe white it his grown in ruaay coan- WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES FRIT1T Do., NAPKIN This it, therefore, to notify all person having A.,A Jl, MODE, Continues the kngiBess heretofore carried oa eoder > Tills Is a new noose, recently opened far the.
4 trIes to the petition of an article of dress RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS Ac, .c. demand against aid estate to file the tame, duly Wholesale and Detail Dealer In tbe- name of TU l'\O. 'PINCKNRY'.t CO, J. coauDodatjOQ ol Boarders ud"iaitorl from&M

To' !. those f-wU enquire of any English FINE. GOLB PATENT LEVERS (full. jeweled.4 ) !\ Constantly ban and made to order from pure proved and unthenitcated before tbe Judge of Clothing"and Dry Goods and tenders to his friends the renewal of bis ser North daring the ensneinf and future. "

'resident in your ricinitv of his knowledge of 4. DETACHED coin and warranted Probate:of Dnval County by the ninth day of vices. WILLIAM' M. TUNNO, It U stuatod immediately on the
Ue beneficial effot-U of weiring the Prjtojtor, (4 LAPIXES May next at which-time there will be a pro rata and our Friend win find at all times a large and Sept I 2tJEU.'FER. about 25 mile from Jacksonville and a short dietance -

I wrraovt BECOCBSE TO wCTOBJ5Oof any kjni. The (with without hunting eases) ( UTLERY.From distribution of the assets of said estate amongst the complete Stock too numerous to mention. For from the month of Black Creek sad io aeel
SILVER PATENT LEVERS do. do. thereof.Witaess quality and reasonable price please call and convince I1EXDR1X A Co. located and
anJ creditors
1 cost of wearing tbeee .article is a mere trifle the celebrated Manufactory of Geo. ffoetee- favorably conveniently filed ap for t*,
one will last com* year. No one who values the a DETACHED do. da. my name a* Judge of Probate, and tbe yourselves on Bay street opposite Col.Sam- COMMISSION MERCHANTS.for purpose mentioned. ArrangemenU are made ftc
holm A of
:j health of himself or hi. funily will be without ." LAPINES, do. do. Son counting ( seal of said Court this the ninth day ot mi*'Lot when yon will find the same Giant' Red the sale of the aecommodatioa of sixty boarders and already
them. The Hospital in this country are not alone From good makers whLh will be warranted POCKET KNIVES. SCISSORS, 8HSARS I L. a J November ia the year of our Lord one Cap. Flour Grain and Produce Generally numerous visiton have availed themNlvesef location

reoommending them but rapidly introducing them good time keepers. RAZORS .. ; thousand eight hundred and fifty-four. TO THE LADIES AND.GENTLEMEN.Will julyS C.arkstonSC. tf at the "Magnolia." The House beoaTeBleaf

%. narconrt Bradly .t Co,of Lou Ion, anl Minohe.- JEWELRY. FANCY GOODS FELIX LIVINGSTON be sold or given away, the entire Stock of GEO. ABBOTT & CO. to a fine Mineral Spring and boats aDd peaeya are
bar, England were originally entrusted with the Judge of Probate Dual County. kept for the purpose going thither. The ptsprio
'. Baaaufacture of the Protectors by the Uniente ConIli.9in! of VEST Such M CORALS PORTE MONIES, ACCOR- November 11.1354.-6m. Dry Goods and Clothing.The No.96 EAd-B Ji. (appotiU Eoyet 4c.'.Wharf) tor rerpectfully invites strangers aDd eiUnu I.

Dr. Cooper and continue to manuf ctare accorJiag GOLD GUARDS FOB AND CHAINS.CUATELAIN5 moss PERFUMERY LC ISS' AND Notice. present occupant wish to dispose of theit entire .Charleston. S.C, "drop iD" or IOjoara a&the MetDOlia Douse I.wr.terovsununer .

I to hit original initructkms and therefore recom- I LOCKETS BRACELETS,' OTHER EXTRACTS FANCY SOAPS OIX MONTHS from date, the nadenfgned AdO Stock ia order to PWllof' the new Brick Dtalert inSPIRIT .aDd the afford hiss >u oppert
., mead thuee who would wear The Protectors," to PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS, SEALS, PAPIER-MACHEE JEWEL CA. ministrator of the Estate of Jas. B. Cole, de Store soon to be erected on'Diy street and make GASS AND CAMPIIEWE deroting that attention to their comfort which tt
eec to their being genuine.TKiatiAtriau. DIAMON RIXGS REGARD Do. BBS ROSEWOOD WORK room for tho new stock which they intend to bringon with will give himself and the able nperinteBdeai M
TUIMBLC5 SLEEVE ceased will present final aaconnt and vouchers,to Lamps of every description for the same .
.1Lxii& ARtICLE, A.BFOATUT AXD COLLOU BUTTONS, BOXES PORTABLE th* Hon. Judge of Probate for Putnam county,for aol in a farther improvement of fttlef to invite ALSO much pleasure to manifest. '

? 11& lCUL WRITIFG DESKS settlement an I will at the same time ask to be customer J.ly7 J. A. ft1tLIJr..'
BETAIL PRICES. STUDS CUFF PISS RETICULES FANS COMBS itch Administrator. The liberal patronage 3. M. ha received daring English and American White Lead Paints,
discharged a*
3 .iiiy* Bat, '1,50 each BROOCHES, EAR RINGS, BRUSHES THERMOMETERS 5. OLINSKI the time he hk been in business in this city hoe of erer/ kind Linseed a Sperm ) : Spr:1nS "

WIIIU'_dG. . 1,00 do. GOLD SPECTACLES EYE RIXGXS GLASS&3. CIIILDREXS latka, August?. 'S4. Adminittntor. disposed him to dispose of whatever .he baa on July Oil Glass. Putty, !. tf rLw61 ELL.I .
SCTT .. .
onLgiuts do. . 75 do. PLAIN AND TOYS TEA BELLS hand at price that cannot fail to produce a smileof
S / JURCOURT.BUD LEY A CO. CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS. .. Together with various other articles toe ntmerossto A Valuable Sea Island Cotton .and 3it pleasure from his customers' and thereby reciprocate CONDICT JENNINGS& Co; 'T'lIB JL. public are informed that the alote Eelet

38 An Street 102 Xiua Street, SILVER \V Altt;. mention Cora Land/or Sale. rjCT70UK the favor of lbs public. He ha determined ADLERY. COACH,IIABDWARE. has Kill tees bt teased from render Dr. DAKAX aid a*

)''ew-Vuric C. *. X -cLOCKS.WATChES, ash JEWELRY.t'wruufhly'repaired miles above tho Bar of St. John's river that the most fastidious shall not leave him .1lo.l Meeting Street "-'U* tfortd ti the time agreealte
COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT and warranted at fit tkorttttnolict. with dsatUfcthm! in' to their and to give fata/action to all who BU* (aYe? .
rmc5pal\rarehousvlW Wood Siec1I4md.nM&nfooter.A4.2llarkd CSaaptidt, A immediately located on the river' The tract regard berpins.Call jnljf Charltton.S.C.MAtrnrEssEN '
TABLE. DESSERT AND TE.SPOOXS., withaeafl. A new.Bathing Bou so ha*bora eroetod
fORKS. CASH. i all! We anxious wait
Strut lincJutttr ijTERMS [oct23-Iy one and .; are .uponaadeerrjou.ReIl.veadtImeadIt1
embraces hundred sad five hundred I
seven fifty
SUGAR SCOOPS SALT AND MUSTARD Do. acres A O-HARA at the Spring for the aeeommodatioa of thus
England. of it, or nearly so, first rate hammock Isad, who desire
? to both iaoneat l
IL B. A Co are establishing Depot fof A.MODE \BBO, Jacksonville, I WhOLEsALE.CLUTIIIN,hOUSE, may in. L"i Tb' location thejbi ia Svlpkvr
Spring* Country. naar -
of Tae Protector" ia aU parts of America. Pay.iaiaa about eighty acre*cleared, aad well adopted for a' ,! ., aadnsxt""Moruiiig News" office,r-j' I Not,144 East Bay corner Queen, able for A.. BoaBtiful '
1 *.Surgeon*. DragrUta, Clutter, Dry GooJ, crop the ensuing season. Steamer necessarily die 2. t Bay street. Savannah.OH.OCiID.StOX0. jalyS ; ,, SoC tf nolsui'pessediatheStsto.
high pine lands free from the ef msocts -
Hatters u4 Milliners don Qenileinen'* New Goods New G ods aaoyaaee
) pas within fifty yard of the place, la aseeodmg WARDLAW WALKER'BUIL'iSIDE especially &Ioptitot. Caa imsmmsiaN
Taraiaaiag Store-Keeper are entrusted with the the river. 'On the premise there I Ia a very Superior I ,
one hundred 25 miles from PQatka..
I whotenl sad retail distribution of them an! to three-story mansion house with a basement of .IIE a r Ii. W,,.CLARK, :, d.J Cotton Factor and .persona I.J.only DICKISON Proprietor

I who*liberal term are offered for their enterprise AMBLER & HOEG sue feet. Location Health, Water'sod 'all other, Say Strut COMMISSION' MERCHANTS- ,sept.2S, 1S54-6L. _
Bad a tplaodid opportunity open to them for*af* natural advantage not to be surpassed. Title TIlE Subscriber ha received a large lad elegant ,i North Atlantic Wharf.Charlatan .. -

profitable business.'Tor n&eivel .Merchandize good sad terms aoeommodatilJr.Apply to'TnsBO A) assortment of GOODS of different kinds setleced juY.1S. S.CC ,tf The Magnolia Doue.
their Fall supply! of consisting ofThllgEBIE
terms, apply 1.0'JI.wcoCRT. Have. just Pinekney A C&, Charleston 8.: C, A.T.:Bra- by bimselA and particularly adapted to the GENUINE LONDON DOCK PORT WINS St.Augustine EuI.Jo1 .
BRADLEY. CO, : ham, PaUtkaf Capt. Coxetter steamer Carolina j want*of this section of the country. :Jle respect. VJT II MADERIA WINE under the management Mrs.STOLID
/'HI' : fljflffCORN : ; NOW
23 Ana Street ? ..-York. U. S. : or to the owner, on the place. f oily tayos call Irom Jiia old customers and the DRENCH BRANDY caD be had -cpus applicaeiea,

A vVaruUig.l FLOUR, BACOX. PORK. HAW BUTTER. LARD fC., fC ""1J"nOPKIN.' .'' : paWio gen raUy; jlU a&ack consist*, ia partv f(' ExprMBlyfer. ieJka) purposes,at;; Bate of board per day fur TRANSIlKt.
Maroon Mill P. 0., Jj1C' ( STAPLrXND BOARDERS. Erery attention win be paid so
harbor ia mini the With a fall supply FAMILY GROCERIES. FANCY DRY OODS.OROCEIt"IKS eep23&.n T;APOTHECARY HALL.
not not .
y Delay
; your
St.John's Bluff E. F.September23, 18&4-4P1* ,HARDWARE,Ct7'rLRVIW00DANp- : promote the comfort of guests and every exertfast
entente of fool** philosophy that a daeatt will HOME TO THI 1 .CEOCKERT- WARE, BOOT' AKD:tSRi 'rr."u.1Y. KISXAJr. made tagive satisfaction by the subscriber.:. ; ,
get eared of hash,or that you can ear it with ear- \ Dry Goods .HVGEANAUROUCnT .'A' SHOES,HATS AND CAW FANCY *<'. .: v. IIZ JKng' trMti J5f"My friends from the North and South rWW

,! tola medidae for a fw dollars .wsrsbowyon Discovery baa ben recently Thuds by ARTICLES MUSICAL L INSTRUMENTS -baa In store aa Immenaet stock tfyiSDqW lug St. Augustine may be pleased to ."' 1 bare

,C tamper with your pDera1wolCuo.'I. PRINTS lar and well assorted stock of this city,in the treatment of Woaderfllil PERFUMERY Ac, *e, iaAn > 81IADES; interested myself for the success of this House suit
Of e
a '
.wild and Ticion youths why will yon persist ,, wbtch. ..he is now offering at prices 'ucla as to present nothing shall be wantiag.Deo2Jtm .,
ma tad all dieius of the Lunjt.V.. of the above Goods will be'aolJ
la Aoriag with the filthy nauseating jompounis doiae .on inducement .
Linen BonnetRibbons great to fUlCom.n.c a g.CAR!
Ginghams Sheeting, Curtis Hygeanaor Inhaling Hygeaaa Vapor and '' term at house in thi ") .
11 proered thereby impairing your -1'1 anJ4i1Utio a* any city.. : /. ALSO' .. -' {
'j' '
UiII meataill"1I'ell usC Cras l Cherry Syrup. With this new method Dr C. ba July 22" UE.W.CLAUR.CIIARLES1DeWALt. .
d.stzupingyoa do- DeLains, Shirting Taffetas restored many afflicted one to.perfect health; a* j Lace and Muslin Cnrtauw Satin DeLan, Dam. THE PAVILION HOTEL,

pbyslusZtywheuyouo&abeCUredwLth.w*ofpleaaaat medicine ITeuwhsuretkuPOyedP&wIsbto Alpacas, naburgs, HosieryFlorence' Silks l an evidence: of .which; he innumerable. certificates. .. asks.:Ae,all at a great bargain_july9-d' Jt'.rA.Wedcorw. Meeting 4-ll..z.S.; a

b* restored Speaking of the treatment, a physician remark 'rCOCRTENAY CHARitSTOX 8. C. ,
Cashmeres Dress Trimming,Handkerchiefs, Lady's Collars, *t It is .evident tint IahaliDr-oo.tanUy L'JLOIU J4J J ,
to beath aDd vigor by a troUment at once BOOKS, ,;STATIONERY AND CHEAP. undersigned begs respectfully to inform all'
J _ssnt aDd effeotual should consult Dr. MOB : Blanket, &c., &c.CLOTHIMG.. i breathing an agreeable healing'vapor, the medicinal Ja anvlUe... Flo." PUBLICAllON'S.july3 : numerous friends and the traveling public geaer
ziS. .Hi noeeai 1A.cbreDio diceasei lu beengreeter properties must come direct contact with .'in any part of the County attacledtoe No. 3 Broad Street, CharlestonS C., 'tfAO ally that, notwithstanding the recent fire at lbs
thaa that of aiiy other phyxi of hi*day. '.. ., ., I the whole of the ariai cavity of.tbt lung and thus SALES respectfully solioited. ".'. rear of bis premise he ia. as usual prepared to.

S _laay who ban been for purl a&ictod with diioe escape the many and varied change produced upon Goods sent to he subscriber on commission either NEW. FlSllE 4 HOXIE. offer the best aceommodatiooa to aU who -y fever
> from .BI7SINR3 COATS 'SACES and !!CICSTEXS. OTJtR- Uieio when .introduced. into the stomach and be FACTORS' him with their the home and
eoreonieqceneeTeiutting exoess,. hav A fine assortment VESTS, fine COATS for private or aaefioa'dLroftil will quickly AND COtfMJ8SIOY'JIER-. patronage furairure
beea restorod to health aal vigor.unler. at*'reiUyodebtifie COATS. SHIRTS UXDEESHIRTS, DRAWETiSCOLLAflS, CRAVATS,.STOCKS.W .*.. subjected to the pro., of digestion. 1 The..hIy.gacet attended to and amount speedily forwarded. 3h CHANTS' : -fAccdrnmodation baring NeD:thoroagbJy"eleaaed and reaoratod.
i for sale the
at all !
treatment : 'druggisu u throughout"*' Subscriber,bs* been known hi this .ce m.mty for Wharf CRartoftm.SC lie also returns his sincere thanki for the liberal

46bodd'a'peroB I. interview be otjutlonible, &> taevenatry. : .. : a number of years a* Auctioneer and otherwise aupport he ha received and pledges aimsetf to
!tote your disene writing-endJio_fire diUan sad .,,* ;X.icTcrk.DuJchman.fXan.I4... He.offer no rocommcndttion,but desires that ia. 'v. G.-BANCROFT& C. spar no expense or exertion to deeerre cost!. *
4 *4IreesDr.WrlLMQaU3iAhrfugl Ia the Po t- TtBS. C04JlI' ,mnl f'Alnte" nrrT\F.T s. }ri srmt. KEELEES f'Me"a nOU1t& SVGA1t TB tabierIs' wora oa tin breast under the liaOB quinine should b* mad concerning himself any .NET: CASII-JOBBING HOUSE. aaee of the patronage that ha beea to largely o*>

1. omoe, Savaanao, O*, anl a p ckag* of inoJioines DOXES AXE UZLVES1.WASI! IBOARJS.' ., MARKET. BASKET8. 0... ILl: without the "ufficient Uvt inconvenience to rate-tie the fluid.heat! 'of commercial honto at the place of bu resid* ce" i N s. 253 &255 Kin? Street. :, tended toward him. .

eeourel/j up, will be eni privately and wiU 1fl tJ lJ. lti JBtj.; 4. .: .4 Hundred body being of CASES of.CURES crap like tile follow- Since the fire he has located his store Foraytb 1:",Charleston &C.A 1l..18' H. L, BUTTERFI LX>>.

despatch full!direction. therewith, and no question street oa the bomt district, where his Auction buiaossi .
leg might-be named : One Package of Hygeana 1,5O.. ,llercHant'B Hotel, .....
asked. ia also at present conducted and where he n. JESSEN.DEALERSIN : ,
-..r.ooelidng at a distant afflicted with Scrofula :::1 ; .. A lar:e mplete'assortment, of a.llithdi., ,"';'"': *:"I'. : Jail cured me"'of" the' ASTHMA.of nz yean stand- I keep OB hand oa the moat reasonable term*< ; GROCERIES LI-. 'GarZgston.C ,. :;

Old Cken Tetter Caaeers fife, fistula iaAao '. *iAtf log. I : :' FAMILY GROCERIES A. ANDPROVISIONS:' '.' h.o QUORS"SEGARS. Ad: -. .VCT" it ?*lCZl. ,
B&'la m j. : Jot. F.Xe4l, >erry; P.: if.:qf. *iPo-l ; : ft THE undersigned bavlnleasedthlaBstei
Gravel Stricture Gleeti JIMMO whatever .41 ... For Cask and ,
or : Produce-
I any : Country < i I" i julyS TCo. 133 East Bay, Charlestons tt
!',n : I am cured of the ASTHMA of,10 jean stead .situated In King Street,*oIicHfrom the travel
Pt Wewed.atlKNaebyjponauUiag,< i"aa aggravate or uwSgniat Dr.JIOBRtS lllua.-teri cue by '.DmS1lES"SOAPS, ptRFc nRY; ,'ICOLOGNES, 40' &0. :,. ing by Dr.C.* rth' Hygeana : ," .? jnly S-U CUARLESPrpdace ,DEW ALr,! .&FARRAR & BROTHERS lang puMio a"ahare ofps.tronage. BoahLflJW
-- -
; letter foe.ACetBM .. '. 1 Margaret Eatlon, JJrooilyn, JV. T. DEALERS .COFFEE...GROCERIES per day single dinner, SO eta.only. J "
paid enclosIng : : : '
post NEw6TOBB.
ploaaaot and*kf*.taa be aeaf per null' iRO, : .:Ilr.nI -. Mrs Paul of lio..5..NammODclt_Yv WM .. ,*. < july 8-Cm n JAMES nDSt'r
to of the United SUle*. 'E cured of a severe case of Broncheti by the ..DlII&Da. ; ,GrogiMirjLGti rics, & Projsicins.! r':* Corner:Bst Bay .nd Cambcrland-SU.. ,CHARLESTON -
any part that his teen ottered in thin market, eonI.tingofcocnmnn ware, whilehnnite. HOTEL
sjuortment *
The largest ,- .
treatnunt -
to the offoato \II C1urrWI 'S.Cj tfWM.
Fartieular attcatioa gives > Glt.IPmer1'l: and Fruit Dishes all styles ant .lities ort / MeCUENibay44yqejs julyS; MIXER
Mdtoerr enl Mtrl.le HU- q My sister has been cured of al %L'ttnESSUOCOCOH .
-Irregularitfe complaint*.*,,L F&omar.Albus die* who may or Whites be afflicted,. Pro- lA.bI.r".Goblets,.Wine GU.IO"Fluid an JOJ Limps CABJlesticks,Lanterns Jigs. Jars,Spi., OODl.1c t several ytiri standing, and decide to .stock'of ,( ;.'.. ,- I M. LAWTON A CO. ::- .Corner" -of. .Meeting and H yne Street' ,.

: : be' urtl\ble b1 hr PllyaiciADL Sh. was C nED :CHOICK- F4I1LY'C716CRWS L; -t',, 4FACTOESAND, J1zJy8 CA4r .t.nsC. JWtt
i apeus Uteri or Yelling( the i Vomb, woull do HARDWAJIE., ,. '. .
V1 te lay aeUe all f lo deley. emil peompUyoc&t '. 1 iaOYBHONTUb.ithe.UP&Da.i ," ..,: ,ADJRO,1SUThS : : 4c.- : COMMISSION, ,MERCHANTS, MILLS HOU1IJ ,.__
Seminds of this msrket goods tot aod ICQ '
the pe-jalmr ..
'-* fielete J expressly to sorplr J. H. ChulJl1'' P..14,JUCADIo N i. inOSAS 3. *
Doctor. Cures "arr-me.L lc-X0..1SoIahers1WAvrf
ypurpneev CsrpsBters'tools, As j Ae. > t ,at thoir NewBtore: la So1MI'I'.Ni1r BIo Q Bay
QT AH lettorsto 'receive atteation must be Price three Dollar'a a"Pacfcare-SOld by CURTIS street whieb they wUi sellhesBfui'ioasa.': and V:>U orCharlestoa S,(X Comer o*Meeting and Queen Streem,

Wpeia enclosing a f.., Allrei Dr. W.n. WINES S !1LIQUORS-lr.t A PERKINS.. Y4% BOYD .JPAUL. No.)149 CASH ONLY.' ::4- i ,1'f1L: 1 IWrn.M Taylor, :11I,8: ChertestonC. _
kOTRlS, .. & Qeo.y oottled.5 .b Chamber ,N. Packages sent free by *x- TheTwUlkeep'OD hah ata II times B "& Lawtoa.I I I Joseph. T DiU- : -
PINE OLD DI ND1"/hOLLAND tXui :BOURBON:WHL5KEY ) .ia casks to partof the United for Ten Dofls a pt>ly ef PAVILION HOTEL -
press any -
.\ CoataUiBg Room No.83 Bryan rtreet op- ALE. PORTER'CHAMPAIOXE CIEDR Ae, Ac. ; N, B.Dr, Hywana the ORIGIIfAfc flAYs CORN KLOUB PORK.BACON. &LtMSt jfr8 : tt_ IT. BTJTTRRFIELD. .
>esit Square. july Z1-2v ''be f..II..1 for the .to the new boildinj orectod for lBUTTEK.'CllEESE.f 8t1GA.B&1 s .
presenS .
THIS SUBSCRIBERS.m y temporary and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE all others abase Comer of -
Shirts Collars sad Crarata.KV. .' use em the site of the oil ,nMctro.Te.lbynre. They hpe to oren the year'1855' 'lathe lai>e and ImmiUtion or Vila and INJURIOUS counterfeit .1. ,': MOLASSES' ,-4c. '. -1 i -* ..Joseph'Whildenu. juIy3.-. CharlMtanSC.Meeting and Hasel-ctsV. .
i at B _
B. LANSING!!. ;. 460."462;aai 464 tOTMif, "'re.wrrner fl445 end Bay reels which Is now la course efeefion..' dec 2-tf *. Shun them a*you would POISON.. .' C for theWholesale trade. '4nor.25.41.-> >, de'a Ii "
Broadway. N. Y MiBuf4nreroTBHtXTS Fer.! Paints: :Oi rJ I ; 'nd. G '
COLLARS STOCKS,...(urths supply APO C n ,Bay*t, Y flatro : ''No.1U'' HAYNE-STRBTr .
of Goats' Furnishing Hrases 4 IITELCU A GRIFFITHS Shrtra toe CustSteel -
throughout tbs ,
United States. Orders from say part of the Union An ut.dRtJ IIti{ "l 'anJ l' vy C4renW'fewsX- .,- inelodinr : -J ) CAarl..B; C. ." c .: 'J. 'Holmes," : "r .

jrlS be ailed promptly. Sf' tea :Dep-siiorf: ,M < ; tt t Liquors Scgarsi Saw*forfthe FertaUsTSaw.JClfc,,.r CV to4 r Tr EPS constantly far sale a general asionmrat 1t 'JOlt WatSiree4V .t. _"f :
'HsMasbeeao.gOTjfedtathhbwiaeesea4auamfaotarei BLACKWOOD A CO.bavejpst received fresh Inches ia diamete> -toc ther for the cmoyetTo the .New Store IB' holmesnell.hlrg rpflE gabseriberbegi lesriIo Inform the'dtirVns ,LIQUORS and SEOARS; Kill Cms Cult PltVand other kinds -'/ ISHES; WINDOW GLASS and SASHES. SPTTURPKNTINJE & "TTHJ.'payy aUatiaa. teaa1eaet.'ter-
largest \
be bas ao sVMbt of giving aairenal Uou.ssintlmeco.ntry stlsfetina to; eppoilte D!. na'dwla'a -I .'of Jaekw Tine.and IU YJclDUII.ha&-Ia.. 'stillcontinues at tb.itetd staad Ml Ba11t.reetuchcnotrel'; to TbeM celebrated Saws have beeada..exteastT SPIRIT 048,COTTON .WOT- other. low Pto.r Lumber Ur Oak, .

yembsses tayrtae and quality ./.ll-tt O3efJacktonTllle.TTTHERB : to keep open tb Ie'tJ; taelr.eutom'*4 choice aa uaortmrat as soy Bee*at the NeetW.Sttb..1*M tweatyflreyaars, :GIN.FIXTURES.* OLDB. and BRUSHES of EOCTBEEN TTMBEK aDd PRODTCL'. .'
Is *MhDfll-lamd"a large and NEW.SKYLIGnT (/AtLERY market offer. sold : -. it ta order forprmIng IlCHASDISl.. -
kept the
can Eegan by thaaaaadL and are eooddered by competent:Jadges .the,>best riousklnd&I- I ; ooTZ |
-*-- -laelrot-Notice.' :VV( well selened a orto ei>t ef on. Fprryth Etrietct door .w st.of.DnHt.tlfV Wine by the bsmklt or bottler LJqners by UM dossUQhoigilbcoo made. *frtT# :. ct. i '. _iyT-tf ;
T8AAC K.C. BCTORD;Adsalaistntoroftbe EsX -! DJtvat'OD cmmcALI, .. **?<*A by the dotemia bottle i iTh MatatfltttBred/by Ibemsa&rot: sale- .-a* .u.J 'Copartoershlp Notice' : '
Jail i Of.WOUam O,B.aWr4.1ar. of this oooatyaesiBssa. A1tr '. ".\ by'tii\atest'arrlrals. ,.warrsateilfreshaaJ VJ.r 'e .. 'c1.&k pI4mns Ins xnAs;; WINES. wateaeBse -.Ke-U-CUff. New York.- The BA4ersigBed bare entered' Into a' Copartner* S. H. Rdckvab gk. .

aarlag'alee! ia ay office a written sug : ;enuiM. :..Also,. Mf Dot 11IrpauK )1 ul.JIe la pp&r14no.z.peel. stock'.eomj r5sod of CHAMPAIGNSMA.DEIRA,6UIRBYjCLARET1PORTAo. BIi.n '. ship for the PraeUce. of Law f .SEXUAL .'"
of McQUEE1hfcTicTQR-
.r geetioa the laedreacy of said Estate; This is, I .Cornet TJrnsTies- Soaps, InGtthig ap his Eoma-.LYIng.&IpLOImd4 .' iB.'aInyrla&stIion'ioewMMoeoi.; .)t r k .
"-FRANCIS .2li
.U notify all Peffumerj' IXWItEATOir. .WHAN.i
persoBS riagdeiav > ,
Is : 2
UrngtluU,4 reception room for ladies 'fitted np:iln a neat aad n LIQUOKS// >* ""fi*.the tWP rUbleMataeaB be obtained}
Btttbeotbatod' bitbe.ofieeof Ue : .". ., tasteful style,besides his large fine Skylirah enabling OJ4 CoirMa/Otard;Martel and Antonfa Cnrrein, Fairbanks A e4Js kson, ",, Jl JacksoBTtneJNor.13, I$ ..1'1' CAUJ'ULi attention wM be. gtrato-ieM of

4dgsttPr.bst.far Dahl eoeety, by tbe seVenetsnb'ds.ypf'Jaly i ; 'wsfeb will fee sotilow for stUttded him to take pictures ,in groups or. singly, IB CogW White Brandy Old 'Hottand" G&r+tASchoapps ".. LtfrejeyMl nI1li1Is,1lax1enjGee.;. E"J3.. J.U.l UDwr8M1Tnkrt. j ,8 LllaMI' rIahr.i'
BexteMutat, at wbicbUmesttsM ,,:Co Btry r4erssoIUed ant pwaeia Iy clear or'cloudy weather.: He feels coaodsntof BoBrbon"MonongahelafScotcoBBdIrbhWhUkey. EBredtoihGUea.5uaflsah11 .*? M| %e< < JVS'ttECJq. other Boatkera Prodace. Aloe JlBtcassriisB yat..

will.( a pro rata tile distribBtMMiof ere liters the assets* ofsMBBtstf4BSBoagst I = s'preecripUoiis put BpwiUi care and firing satisfaction to all:who may ,.iot'lalm with .JJamalcB aDd Santa Cm Ram Porter, ,;'Jlia, .. *"pad r ii1' ,_jMndtpass7rei ),1PW. Ch5Ndt5O5tadTistageous teren 'J ry8-tf
UtereoC. .
Orrea vador bue1tbIof4b. i : : a can. He Is'ihankful' for past fsrorf/aad lopes Aloof different brattd and oa draft Champaign Jorb1.tzomeeT.Al. ) -JlKSSPO&JC.4' Hoe C.'i.patasoxeni: Rawe.rrBB .
,ny TBAtj to'yee.Jtu eoqflvttaBca'of thsa.n.. "Those wba "-l O si.tan-est a :. .1. ; '9-3Ja
14 I r Ctoort at rrebato of Pekia.tea Competjy. clder Corlaitteri&e.&o. BUTTER C.IIDB& e.a.d\en. .'Ch beet
Doral wmty. at the 4_ for Oe New \orjt .
; i "frtbeteeOee:. ta JacksomrQle. the Tee eC direct imporUtioi.ef 34 VBrietiee from "D.taII 46 ins*-want ixamutghis picttares,rooms, .'respectfully aad specimens.Inrited: ., .f, 77 ..8EUARSTV ; .th.-oI'i-: lm, {W ; fA tS UCKWIlB.u.r;. ;. ezes aad baga.% : L* .Cast.SreeMCmCClOJL SAWS, from twe
a* v ; ; <>f th : BAbtBERRIES.D1UED. pgACfl3 -
-- starranUd an4 at appfvvei'braadsl GIN't Inches diameter TaeirSCwf
.1n .A.D-I aMtollb.laa paekaje,.ala *4atw. fi-etf*** ** 'f'x VP:'flRJllAdmlulstrator'a 2 *' TWtSLM.IE&fl.Iat.c1thean.ratLaodJ n. eighty lashes ita
J'tux x. JmIiGSTOS. j.. "TOBACCO*' ..GPazsnvrIDz.qsias, are i aaidened and tomperedw sad an gre a4 aid
; extremely Iowl. L ft' ;4aa BBdLPslBsletdDf&eB Washingten D CL '
arl b- 3" t..f J atalCeaatyr ,t7Co..trJ JJea'en.gpp ".,0,4.1agcc.meiwItl1 .,' Notice Yellow.BankthjVCutla Ua/b1f/ J. motWr r, will attend proaptly aU.tabDl' BLAg7'g.TaE.PBooF.PAmT.; ; finished by.maobJoetT1 4lr od axpreealy ffarta

.,.. Cub. QIX BMcjtha rdatZwillp.s.uetosysoeount. 8oa Cured. ar A.yarioty of tte. eest.brand*. cIrAmrtct O .rx.x. MOTIVE. fJJd to'ttia OARDEIT'A'FLOWiTL lEEDS, P m.'Ao,. O aad jrtveiwr te.tfa*>&honA.lfCsstcuJsdgsoribnesj.n4ror.Aleb5&Cosnt7t4I n-t,. '__._ TiLr. %_ .. .; .', ,' .---- SOBS were setUeri wder- & WW'PePawbo L.BUUINGr1tUUVaD fh1enp1y pt&eo.l6tf'r :1fR pOad U theueual mnaarv- they are streada.eaed .
aad etUFeaed by
,. 'fJtoou. TjJLcMILLAAS t' discharged from the farther adBinlstraUoBiof iFiItethg-.ila1. :and'Or*ajaeatsj|. and baring ompUe4 w&4 the c J f.'. lbs tBtttog edge to tatvcMtni.-
., f r a baI dMcharg fIl tbe ) the $4aiatadl.y said tas .. Brlek.ajlal.C ." \ ( bBvsjwt nce''' the P'TZTfdlbtbsiriopis -a..f'. Soaa.ra;.N.w1JW1, .

srofis3. 4eoetTJate| of Naala -. IX moatbs//ois 4AU, the an.If rriwedJstrator 14mb1. ti"pixv1t'JL npflE smbscribor desires.again:to offer bis'ofJ can bar*tibeA tWlnd'i:attended ta v.tht t. ... f ptMtuoe a great saving iatbaW. ...> ; .*4sser
.*** J1& ,of fte I$%te er.JflsepBTasxbes I ccitoalStM' HeodsaaJ tb'p bHe.!a'aadtCraea

or.- -- III"'J K. 'TC." : lm present b'l att aM .ch., t4 wSEli\I ;J ,. TAXW.E1pso. !-. of PHlB'aad Ornamental' Plastering, of\J. t. &Bt llEo&Ez4'D !UJNUL. Cat Saw*, sad BIDetWeba, of amp ,-
N 11a..Jaa' 3ILteblOGw3..- :. (be lion,Jad .of Piota/f tot Putnam County rot 'iD....A3.J96C.. '_ '11 'J BrIck1ayiDlo Maaa6".t& lie wWoustMst hut on tbe: 1 most_reasonable- terms.1 T" l.'itlfJr .i.W Ja.w, JJJf VPANt :1 ofwhfcit eyh "fer iae.i"
wtflement.JU>liU the same'ttmt 'will ask :t*'.beas ssi4a tsrig of.bnUdisgSanUnitsstsbIn -. .. .. WIIt. # be ObCa1D.4O'ThSsisCIp1i Hardware MwaaStiroofaoat
c.' a3tA.BABEE .4 Ji i i.ehaz iok'sdmtnlstm1etor -:; ::3Abhatratoya .. ;: tALL terms, oe u..m c( :8.uter.--.; d *'L.act4l.4. .EanasabrG9e..hv ..,.'.. at.. i i.--
Of r/ftUoi States led CaadaT
lift r.I JtZ'd.'e JtELTONIIA11E5 A JmVX4MlntstrBtere. > to the Estate rfXissJO? i1cad it- -. t'... .. > .yt- ftISAND .- ,_'3Q.G'::. COI --_ ."" i.o ReT0U'jed'ecMv.d. .en leajaa RtaOaVar
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wotknuo&k eent1. are hereby reaaesto&to K.bsil1th1 k. ftaseasjIe to ; .w2tf i. t BURTON. ORZYirflRAVBita 'trpiblebeee-el' ...
-fj *. 98.. IXjtONTl1 tnm 4.henef I.'will apply U make,tiBtae ,i .I t'' .t .N .
wnieBtto aBBiiitoi!! and tltll. .. Qi adrerUseamt$tkfe times w1tt ttsi
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o the afl demand, -
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