The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 1855
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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; VOL. 1. JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY.JUNE 9, 1855. NO. 49. r f : .

[From tlu Augusta Conttiiuiumalitt, MaLarreaad JIh J to ;notice it. He,Mr. Ssepien! ,tood !I deli of Eilen, with a lie in his mouth, calling I and than so we saying ought he ami that after it the u ust ladies lie late huI ; i i you,I was cum'ng in search e-f you. But who Agricultural CJucatlon. Settlor Fnlt Trees. j .
the Georgia pUtiurni. bh. uld on Eve tu eat of the fruit. for In that have .
Enthusiastic'lcctll1-S.oeccb- were thus unconsciously the subject of dispute we here ? I| By what means cn agricultural truths As apples bring a good price in 1aearin '
fir Me Tvumbs an. njicted on account of sbvcTv, he was :I day fhe shoulJ nut surely de.:: I The ; related their well fanners wiB t "
e* rs iepheiis and advancin&a few before Joe ladies now laughing i be disseminated All agree that agricul- years as as In others ,
Tbvmat. resistance bend him to Congress, ': He concluded amid great cheering. adventure and the assistance had I tural education to trees. April is a 1
( w ho had followed him tu be certain of the they received j is at the lowest ebb, and encouraged set more t'I
An immense concourse of our citizens j would resist there; if un:u< c.-foful. !i Such is an imperfect sketch of this elo fuel he approached them and : from the boys, but particularly from j i that some means should be devised for its I good tin.e to attend to this matter, and .', -

Membled on Monday evening at the City I I would return to the people and tell !1 qnent fejieech, in which we hare been aorj touching, his hat, asked them, if respectfully they wouldbe I Frank. 'And now,' said the lady whom f improvement; but how 1 Agricultural Col-;i those who are to set new tree ahooldpre- -

iiall to Lear an addrt-Sd truui the H<,n. A. to resist it. Itlt.d! lo prune away many of its beautic$,' so good as to tell him what o'clock it Frank ever alter called hi, lady -ou hare 11 I leges have distinctly failed-Ihe experiment i pare. a

II. Stephens.; ) withstanding the short | It had been said that the foreigners J,i and in an abridged it-port to impair thi an opportunity of speaking to the Duke I fairly abamloned by practical men, and I A former asked us last week how h* "

; DeSS of the notice, it beiitj:; announced only! came to ths; country joined the strength of its arguments. We were foV was.Both instantly stopped. 'I would willingly. 3 ourself in favor of your father; or if yon while they admit their usefulness for the I could best trim his old apple trees and

on that day, bY placards at public place! *. its in their cni!a'Ie upon our rights. i, cibly reminded, while )Jr. Stephens was .' said one in a gtntle and cheerful prefer I will do *o for ,"e.u.' Had all preparation of teachers, all know that but I graft them anew. lie bad a large number '

there being no pajn i&aued on bunda\ was not so; he knew that it was not so. leaking{ of an event in the lite of the great 'if I could, but I bare left watchat chance of success depended upon his son, few of these educated in these colleges become scattered over his farm and they were not .

; Burning that iJr. Mrphens would aJ.lrt..- iou-igncr.t wliu came here, came ith Roman orator, to which there is a beautiful !- VOice.home.' ; my Master would certainly have failed, so I farmers. Even for the preparation :I I yet too old to produce. We answered at

: bdfelluw-citizcikS, the ]nt>plc turned out I \erence for tl.c I'oiibtitution. Where allusion in a recent literary address by I! 'I cun tell yuu. said the other 'It if completely was the poor'boy owr aiue, I u i achers their uee is doubted and many | once that a good axe very near the root .

en uo e, to hear their dlbttngu.t.hed and the>e f ireigricM M-ttlc? In the: : tilt Hon. F. W. 1'ickeiitt, (.t iouth Caruli- two o'clockt exactly. rank thanked her. with surprise and alarm. 'Ihe Duchess I if not all."prefer those who Lavu pcrsued ,I, of the trees would be the best instrument 'I

}*inubc Jt..Ir! SClltatlt'e. The Hall was I I And from the North-wot came the : no. It was at the time wbc-n Anthony Dot I iWj4ate fur sm.led. agr.culture practically, and who In addition -'I he could use. lie would then have a quantity .
bt7peutI arts ,
crxwdeU to suttoCJlion, and liuiidrvJs were 1 (,'.elld. of the South from Indiana, w as attempting a great change in the form I said she 'it is a bad habit to break in IICh.ol. This little: boy's father.' said ehe. addressing have received such an education as in- !r of excellent fuel, and would dear his I.

iUnding uuiside. unable to gt-t in, and ; and Iowa, the last the only State of the Human iJ.Aernnitiit wh.cli escaped hours; for study.' upon tl.e gentleman 'has applied for chiJt s LnowWtff "f tln adjunct sciences. I pasture lands of quite a nuisance, if he re* *'

claiuutxiuf fur Stephens to cume taut on haJ never buued tu abol tionim. and the obj-ervation of the pe"II, that C.ctro; ; your Tompkins' place as under gardener, and I The pure chemist and the pure farmer are I gardeiltbewelfareofbisettlelu8rpt.ernberorAus '. 4
'We school.
not to returned I
the ttfp TLi being tuggfsted to the : for the tirst tinif, to I lit Jeprcsviited; cane forth from his retirement to warn I Frank were'we have going and I must entreat you to bestow it upon him.I alike unqualified fur such duties, while the I I when apples begin to faiL ] .

fl *r Ji
)'. MepLvti* fcid he aocscc* clar rlullyiu >1'11111 into vxi"ttnce. b.3 pointed it out, but they heeued! nut hia : he bowing at Joe indicated *I told I of the character: of the parents, andI who from peculiarity tastes have rendered tramp a dozen times a day through a lam T I

the general wish. ctxl prucw
Bonbcru portal nl the haiL Here our cit he w'out J support no l oman Catholic Roman Ht'lluMic"as the CIJII t"qHcuce. Let you so ; prepossess in their favor.' of all the sciences connected with scattering trees. > *

izens. to the nuiubvr ol two ditus.\IJ'J were ofScx this wa str.king at one of the the reader make the application: to our u\\11 hm.to the words, one of the ladies called to 1 lie Duke shook his head and smiled. apiculture I and have applied them practi- I Cat them all down and barn them for ,'

cuw. IIed to tUud on the claw! gruund fur damental pnncp'eof: the : ciicumstatices.Mr. I 'You are apt to be partial'said he. 'What cathy are at least able to meet the requirement they are the worst shades tree JOG can *
'As not to school. said she
rant via suitable platf"nu. Hunks are I which declare there shall be Uo n:1r T..clIIhst'3S then called for and re- jou are going s says Lady Emily as teachers and to suit themselves I have in a cow rasture. Why hire a man \iI

due, f<*r this a-Irautagv, we srpolfitl ourKuuWOtdIg te-t as a quati.'k-atu lor otlice. lIe Fpi.nlfdln a raost tl-jquent and impresiveispe 'jou Holmonicr.will perh.ips' show me the nearest wayto I 'lhat 1 cannot possibly interfere with i to the current events of the community I of skill to graft oUl and scattering trees : .1

) Couix.1. who lute thin car- I'jit, w hu took! that .ith. to k au oath 'xhai.d: in his )hafpiet; manner. He I that low of i i tl.e Douche's' wishes' replied she. 'Ji ] : Among such then, we must look for teachera ,i when you can obtain: new trees in an oreb'ardaetspartforthiapurposelThecostot I

r.d out ibis Kn,\- utlilu : pnnc.jile .!' Cotiaiatent with the fctipj.oft of the ( fully coinc.fled in Mr. Stephens' sentiments Dojou mean piece ground must give my rote, too. in favor of our | and their services must be availed ol( 1 .
at the bottom of the where the i '
: park waIter -
suing di.cus .on. \\ e Laic iHfT tfn an tuuon. It"a.-* an oath in violation of and uttered a eple did! utilogiuiu upon the I | little guide's fatl.er. I ill et'ery practicable. Such men should I gathering fruit from scattered tree should: .
lie ? Frank 'I know I
orkUiT "}icalc under such di ;n.xable! cncumslanccs. letter and spirit of that sacred : : pnncip! of Amer.can l.b.rt.v. civ.laaulre-i aluajs inquired ; :Now run away and tdl your mother' be emrJov ed to lecture in agricultural districts I I be taken into the account. The cattle ..- a
where it is but must not
but we bare \vl to MO a uiorvpalHmt u4nt.UN. I hjrious-ujou the noUe feature religious' exactly you go I said the DucLes 'that as soon as she i is ; such men should write books on the I I planted out all the old scattering trees on a

and attentne audience. Mr. Ste- the exclusion from office and :: toKranee which characterize our inst.tu-I this way, it is so very wet and dirty, and settled in her new: cottage, I will cone and] elements agriculture*for the use of common I your farm and afterward trimmed thea .

jJ cUi oeuced h.ft remarks by ezpzesieg -- :, fraiichisi.-iiu.-nt of l rt' n-l.ol'a c.t.zen.->, I tions and the wise juicy of inviting to our we shall tine' the other bad enough. Max- I I see her.' school and thus render 8C en ti tic agriculture -! without regard to scientific principles and tC .

i hi* regret at bsnflc; c"wpdkto f"k'ak I orator ua u j !lex eiiipuat.c and f-rc.l, shores foreign tin:gration. he go too ? and he pointed to Joe. take I Frank needed no second bidding! but part of the common school educai 1: you cannot expect to build veil oa the- c.: 1
Asent"as Frank
in the dark, tVr it was al.t'}Ii h s pleasure I his denunciation of the feature of l '' We regret our si ace will not enable us given. begged to ,: the moment he was out of sight and bearmg i tion. I foundation which they have laid. ; : j
the little basket which of the ladies
when be spok*;. tu look the pc.lpill: th- N.-thin-ism. Lp--n the social c\I.. this luoiniRg to give a sketch of hsery one ;! Lc exclaimed, 'Didn't I tell you, Joe. j We are for from objecting to the usefnl Good and thrifty trees of the Baldwin ; !
her hand and the he -
lie 5.ilJ that he l.aJ Ciaekd over injust'ce and uiaaatruU '/ intere-tin fiKecli.Mr. heUIJiii reaching spot, i I they were ladies? what a good th'ng: it j, ness colleges for general education but I and Hubbardstown varieties will produce .. .
eye. like coiiductel them thc '
BJfr than hulflhe State, in order to iiieet thivaten.n.; bloodshed and civil war. j Thomas. of Elliert. responded to loud a pioneer through I I w a* that I did as mother bid me."-Monthly -, their benefit cannot be made to reach the frutina: very few years provided that ; \

tie people of Auguita tu-nig.t. I in.ikin un.n aliens at l.uart to a ." I calls for him in a few appropriate: remarks : moi>hy ground, which it would have be >n I II LittTUftor. great mass of farmers; the remedy must be I they are well set and the soil well filled. w. ,

Sauce bin IJuuc..t.un tll Mr. Thomas n.e.ltl wiiicli. thua made war upon their I which were will ixtvivc-J. afer; w hich the : iiuposil for them to have crossed without I applied where it will meet with a wider I have had them pioduce a peek each bj tbe
bUch a gu.de. The worst part how i;: Pack of Cards-Bible aud i ..
A Aslrocomy. fourth
had been pukliibed it bad been &u I ttat igun..ui-I: sit them apart, hll itietUttg d.sj'rscd in high Spd its, and in i ever. WAS still to be traversed. The ladies uissemination. Suppose that agriculture year ;

the reason of his retirement troin the canvass -I tilde natnity. a so dejiraJed cl-is, : good ordtr.Soii'e h-d hitherto their Wlawith the :I A nobleman who kept a great many servants I should be taught iu our common schools I As farmers have given less attention to

in this District, was Lis Tear of being : speaker waa eloquent and c'U\'illc.nb' ; called out for Sam to nt np Lut I pursued iiunior : ,reposed confidence iii one of them, | auJ that a smalt portion of every boy's time i the cultivation of trees than that of grain, .

briun. fur hhhtf he "'as afniid; (,f nothing -I the repvatetl 1 .: wh.ch g.vvteJ I Sam felt 1'0 mplctcly deraol shed he could : greatest the g..od that laughing had to encounter frequentlyat : which excited a jealously in the other, j: should devoted to such study would cot 'i! we renew our recommendation is regard

-jj.(lun under cur al/ove the earth. trout the U-giuC.ng to the cbe of hs : not ri.-e. and had not a word to say. lie I dangers they stand either ; who, in order to prejudice their master I the truths agriculture become the common I to transplanting: tree with more frequent- : ;

but tu tW wrong. Of itut he uj afraid! ; dittreili: Ll j' (row t.iLl.olc; mass i had probably heard of the V.rgima elections. -i forward but they were now at a but alternative to go I i against him, accused h.m of bring a notorious -! proj erty i>f all 1 Would nut books be cy than we otherwise should. And we .. I

but /La.ag J lie woulJa't give i f..oni every aide of this ck-u-c as" I return was an gamester. Jack was called up and i written of an elementary character chemistry begin with taking the tree from the nor .
L.W11 of c\I..s. Mill their merriment
: I was not I Idaml'tI.I
fir a wan 'b.iras twt willing tu I wrapt in eager aid earnest attention, : closely interrogated; but he denied! the as applied tIt agriculture un geologyas sery. ,.
bd" Frank's
L and
dtfeaoe of that he : c b iebMrued
e i and l the ii.viit of through encouragement i never pla.i ed a card in his life. To be more the sciences which bear even remotely oaI
r ;U lie LiJ C.lkl litre llisn, lie hi : tcelnigi co i\iacc< ju-J I tiitir manner Inui. I I intend to leave in the ground. Never poll ;

!. rtjfpimsri IJ tar.CUi call-. t. announcf auditoib. We CtiuM: bc.rcdy r.iilie! [From the L'l'.t.rnore; Sun] 'I did not think gave it bad this' fully convinced the gentleman ordered "I the 8U LJett. Applied science is always more so bard as to break any roots near the body. .. .
as I
alien dimi-n theieMIX in ; was so him to be fearched wl hen behold a pack ofcardswss readily I understood than general sentiteC..litgl
Ite f C.inIrt.m iu "iralioiib Take of the small fibrous
was a aiu a *r as roots J
uniditt said he 'but Iadi shall I np many .
t TO AN AIJSCXT FRICXD.BT ; never mind s. we h t.
fonnd pocket. Highly I
Kn. in B aud thus wuole
n Nuthing a community
this : probablithundndsof as can and if are 1 braised cut
ftf yoa any
this he directed
and I
"liacd through now. :
t1 LII.LT LtSLI.Ob' get : way, at Jack's want of veracity the no- could be the .
be&utbyany u-tlurjs : It c-a.i licarctly be double 1 that taught to regard country a a them off. .
siaii'l 1 iiu.niuatew.eiff.rCun-Jjtr u h'> w cut there know.' utllln;.c.ime, ) I am lonely drear, and sad, first oi e theu the other. 'Set your foot I blcmaa! demanded, in a range,how he dared at 1 least worthy of some consideration. .5 a
Ijiul won't A hole should be for the
here Jon
ta -it give WlJ'110acre, ( good prepared "
SlU Ctr.iiu&.i DiRtrict. : with the Hitestoru fioui their e\ea. I Fur thou alas! art fir away ; to persist in au untruth. My lord, he I What does a boy now learn at a country II .
p" tb here I b.a : ,ii'wI tf the wil'\ril' ilelus.ona, TUy smile which made mr spirit glad, I Io be afraid ; and at lathe held out h.s hAIl repieilI: certainly do not know the mcai.- I school that will assist him in his after pursuit tree as large a? a cart wbee1-and mellow I
Slepbt iah..llui't to the Laiv nearest him. nh.cli was glaUU earth of good quality shonld come in con
.htut iIIPrt.batiIJnfriti lad 1 lieg iiled their nasoti, all 1 paii. :,; 1.jn:er cheers ice with iU ny; ing of a car J ; the bundle! in in- pocket is as a former Are not nineteenths of. 1
eepaiiJ tlthusli l c. taken and desiring Joe to do tl.e aiiie lo tact with them, but no manure. The esrt .
the great crowd be ra- a 1 !retii.- revolted never more to enUr the.r : The ivys of home no more are dear : my almanac! !F' Your aLninac: indeed; I the boys so educated likely to become farmers

&eMati1ued. that tui ii H"- "r- tiiiit oouuc.U,and ueter luo/e to bow Fur oh my frieu. thou art Dot here. the other, they wIn reached the'dry ground: then I deslie; that you will prove it!!' I and ifaii., why is it that the only subject oughttobeasrichugoodgarden.oitThree 1

urIJug tu the iiiolicia C..11f. which without much further mcunvm ei ce, I "\ -H, air, I will begin. There are four not taught m whole or in in these : persons are needed to a set a tree ,
Jer Ld been creatvJ, it was t- i-1 k>r (hepurpuae I part
'you civil clever little well. One should bold the trunk :
The Sprig ho cone ag'un, anil Cow'rs are a very boy.: suits in the pack-that intimates the f uprightone !
\ irvctt-d for their >ur I 1ICbu..o1..rr.culture 1 Why not permit the
of &t putting :1.1 D':. 'c ith her said the lady wh.ni he had principally in the there thirteen email I should scatter in the good mould .
as are of
fur !hiu-etf! he I in tin* Lun-cJ Eki-tch wehaxenot; : um tioaliiDj genial ray quarters year chemistry natural pL>lo o- "
HA < '
en, tc1sterl. iralk! u temj'teJ extn an uuii.ue of Ibe whole c. I Lut; dark and lonely are the hoarsT guided.. *U hat is our name? weeks m a quarter; thutreare al-o the same phy and natural history usually taught in with a shovel, shaking it off a? fine as possible {jj
tuclit'r. Tricl.tlr ociir : ojeiidiiy. funk Masters ma'am replied be. -.and the third should be in the hole i ..
the twelve of
number of lunations signs schools 4 Ii
Mr. hens whose heart for ; Common to be so arranged as to ,
of to
of bit: u
11 in : and bemaruedtltc I ir "11Jj!lIt ) or give >> one away.5unshico 4
the leers teach them with
through their .
wuiuhhe: and flow'rs in connection agriculture .
1'1k of Uj.erLa t:1C: .irui:; pu iU on co more are dear .
| \; the lady whose name appeared to be I the mouM properly and Bee that all the ,
in there I
resulted tu the laik in order tu concuct Did. time aa-1 Epacc permit, it would For thou, my friend, than art not here. his diurnal course one year: are i and thus by useful anecdote and fibrous root are kept separate from each : '
fcmily. cards in pack that directly answers fasten the facts contain >
: to all tiftj-lwo a application, they '
IllilJ.1.:4 tu
echtint tr.1u'i"oI iuijr
and Thou art not here to cull fur me, Joe murmaringly answered her. for the number of weeks in a year; ou the memory of the student 1 \VllI a mechanic other. and as nearly as possible ia the same S ). .
patriotic \ .
I had ken said b,' tIe w hcimmcnt- strong cuiamjii st-i.ae U of the "Well, Frank, caid the first lady, II am examine them minutely and will! I farmer chemical fact I I position as in the nursery. ;
the Icl.c.tu5 alJ t. The brijj'uteU '*soms grove; more you I or ever forget a
t1 L letter but n" lr"h-ni had hj l.r.OCllt\.1. or
i ne
'i >: l- uh.ci! he iiJorccd them Stilt TJ rest with me beneath some tree; very much obliged tt, you, and I shall stilltie I find three hundred and sixty-five spots, a? I I connected with his pursuit? and will not When the hole is filled up even with the
J t.WI tu at.Liu tl culn\tlie.ut..l 1dol"I. UOI.1J) it bv pract.cab'.e: '! to g.ie to the Or oo tue rirer'i banks tctruve.Alooe inure s<, if you Can assist to procure there are days in the ,ear; the
'te vnIaa-Jiiisadlicfvn-!<** a :ncrtt 1-i J*r au inij.rvsj-xju of the earnest tone, I tread the fluw'ry ,leawhe what 1 now see after all our :'. it i- 'i:I by enty-ft'Ur and sixty, and you have the forget almost his whole course I gather around lie trunk, tread on the light ,

C- impossible fur me to procure fur wJsclf.I ezact number of hours and minutes in a I, by middle life f indeed, it is undoubtedlytrue earth to make it settle even. Then cover .
iuiasiu and the patriotic 4
phitation and that -lams. and! : : luai.i.er. niem'ry bear me back to the
&n.m1 'I which Mr.:itiplt.uo aj'j-ealcd' Look. at that plant. I year! Thus. sir. I hoj.e ( have convinced j I that a small amount of chemical or any the surface with straw, poor bay. litter, :

ez1&ra fumed a K-crrt clspe f
Nile. d't.kia This. .1>jcct.<; a U i.a.d"" f be.,1 An--:1 va ri\uuti lartI. -. fvlly! of ioaiiuuiiij in this Know .. I w tnj.-r o'er the I cbbly !tr, njAtiJ ?' jukej t rank, following the directionoilier that1amid I hiV' permission., 1 "IJlI.ruit my praJcr-1 practical or appi.ed manner, wilt be remembered I I keep the ground round-the tree moist I -1'" .

tie sioiiluea where the waters ebb aol 2jw linger. 'Uh 3 ou can never get; ; book also 11 look upon the four suits a* re- through life. while a more general light. and suitable for the young root to
ti the o>:'jtxt! of the KnowNothings was orgaii.zat.oi. IJc"'ll there U another like it. and another work in.
j; ; the four prevailing religionsChrlstjan.ty course will be fuC""ttuu.-JlapE6 JforA'ing -
rer :oUon. is ovirthrow tIle di iti- waiting: tii-in of the ev.ls tv> tUu.r tx I trace thy name upon the saud; patenting r

twn./tbec. I iitry. to en-ate a J: but ccjM-C.alh tu the South, tl.at luuat I Wilie: ev'rr fl,'r. and bird and tree, handsomer*llo\v still. !' exclaimed: both ladies :I : Judaism, Maliomedanisrn and Farmers. 'I The litter around the tree may be six ,j !
1"UI vexatious
"pi'I ; twelve! court inches thick
and the : : remind without detriment and it
Taganisia I -
teSt when the Conftkutwn: i alL 1.101:1 the prvl uiiiunc of Kr. w Stem whfep'noj to try heart of thce.5Iy I I ;
thr. how shall be at wheu we teli A Russian lleroiue. C
tLt we laughed
twelve be
in flat
tne <>( the patr.archs. mav kept place by stones. on it, .
ihoolJ Kn.'lGthlig uji-jii. 1Il 11.1.14 a just au- eloquent
be u<* nJ.gitl! h t. ),- tb. ] thc Nortli who friend I muss thee when at eve the result of our ad\enture !' I I whom sprang the twelve tribes of The following is related in a letter from or by billets of wood brush. &c. By this J' 4
bute to te men tit
knew that tlse I I
("'jt-ct x\as rei- I I
.f : stood AVe gitber ixniad the borne-fire blaze; 'But you shall Lave them, said Frank |I the twelve apjstles. the twelve : Kamiesh, in the Crimea course you will need no stake to your trees I
and ;
UaUin. Incw tat! take so lung AO triuuca.l.v. b.r! I f
they :: an l"r.ld.1
tlt.a.l ioath her u.th Al;" While\ I fjr thee furget to grieve, with animation and motioning to Joe to i i Christian faith. The king reminds I "lor some das past nothing has been and yon will have fruit sooner than by 1
for offiovTte.y .tru11..5
ot aot to Acpporl ally :;ul.r bock tv days do the eauie. he turned his back to the the allegiance due lo his majesty. talked of but the arrest of a 300115 Russian grafting old tops. ,
it and the He -lII.ted oil uiui It xvas that haJ \ My thought* go ; _
might deny cam w
away die, took oThi-! shoes, his trv6t:1'S She had been remarked
> pulkup her The woman. several
of the uutjeaty.
by sunw ca uiiMKul 1 Kn.JT in Coa re.s with the .Sjutheru !. Wiieo life ttt me was doubly dear la-I' queen game : Probably more of the real essence ot _
tet slippery. as high as he could,and "a c.l to recollection; the ten cit.es; limes before, as her favorite walk appearedto 1
tell brings
I my is secured when
U'lliaol here. them
thmp eun&truetkm. but there wa- a too ol..r the uulh fr.1U the And joyous, fur thou then wert manures we bury a* ki
nun. mud and water to the prize. 'And in the plains of Sodom and Gomorrah, destroyed be in the trenches. The rumor circulated and
soon as possible incorporate them with .
itor uiun w hich told hem I lad taken! -'>; that badge mtcrlvl".lJ and this cried he would like this Vas for time and the General! lastS *
tI lion with wt.icli elrf was thriatened- In fancy then thy farms appears ; you by fire and br.mstone: from heaven; some at the 60:1.: But this course cannot alwaysbe i.

it.Mr.. Ste-braa far time i' ball< rvla-ved be.- from t.e Mi..n un \Vbkb care in my dreatua doth reign other plants attracted his notice. At I the ten plagues of Egvpt; the ten commandments as informed of the fact. lie ordered a pursued, and we are driven to mingie Vl"

contim1 some : tnctioii. and Kansas And all iny mourcful, titter tears length he returned 1..lcn"itb spo.U, which ; the ten tnU-s cut off their stricter watch to be kit as he thought it foreign matter with them and to heap ..
in an eloquent 0: E'lbliniity) cf't I' pn.mse the mtiux of her cit.zuii and aide 1 i: Are turued to bnghvat smile again ; he gave up with great satisfaction to the vice. The nine reminds me of the: nine i couid be only a spy disguised in "umon'sattln. I r them np. protecting the outside of the i ; .
toun Uti all and in-
\ th < a of honor i lauies, who had rtuod by the water's edge muses the nine noble orders among men. I At C clock on the morning of the best till '
of as' the enactment 01 the rUe.tl11\ Thy eye aVOID my path doth beamI I ; heaps as we can we are ready to = .
tepity which
aoiunp men ; a want eagerly dlt1'Ctmg; him, and who now ex- The eight reminds: me of the eight beatitudes 29th the same woman presented her-elf them.
W as the tin- He rei'trred by iiatne W the m Kuo\-\utling charged --- --- preaeed in ItrcU,' terms their obligation to the eight i>ersons saved in Noah'sark front of our men while they were at work. I .
i iIto.ctt ----- ;
and HicliarJsoa! of litmoia
I uf Dou la Fruittreesaretobesetinthemontbof
C.tbla to nt L preferred |' !s luUl: and their pleasure at the addition: I the eight persons mentioned in Scripture I I She was of tall and majestic stature and ,.
: the Cuiistiiutiuii and the rights I Ml&CKLLANY.CiIUty ; : April when there is time for the business.
apiafet and then U-a-i- r.
; a
tm intJucl they had pained to their botanical treasure to be released from death to l l.fe. The seemed to examined the works with much I
tJnl passage In.turIt was af-" tIe South uud.r U. and who had eat !I and Appletreesrnay be taken np a* soon a* r
of. Frank was nnv a? happy as possible, seven re-minds me uf the oeven administer attention. Some tine I perceived that she -
and" Never L05t. the frost is out of the but I
dii two nights I
ter.ud b Lfrntd Chr .t vitl a kss with hiui two ) ii even Joe could not but partake of hit grat- ing pints that stand before the throne of helJ a roll of paper half oj en in which probably they a."
&d I'lkr thnoe. nor Lord out i rest to eecuru the passage ot the 'Why did you not make a bow to those and I need not be set in the orchard till the soil "i '
1 tication ; but there was a cour.teneSa a tj.*l the seven liberal arts and sciences she noted all the observations she I .
aked what is truth He called! as li.il-! Udiea wht.ii you pied them l' lIt Frank ; ha become warm and mellow. Take them .
r upo' :l consequent slyness about him that made giVcn: by God f.r the instruction of man ; I could collect. At the sight of our soldiers
Hated that thtfc the men at his uparly therefore when there n ,
: He are Joe hunts I leisure
Kh"- utlnn but H-cially! all ministers \lasteis to comj.an.on. than Frank.
I him much less prepossessing Ihe even wonders of the world. The six and officers she quickened her pace and entered '
t'fthe Xoith tl..ttrthern KIt"w Nothings I '- to Joe 'w ity' should an 1 bury them with earth in a cool'place.
Goapel. who tu-jhi hare l ivv ,
jome. The ladies were conducted by a drier pathon reminds me of the six petitions containedin a ort of ravine hich is at the extremity .
the order, to rvpenl in Mck<-l.th and :shs.. \ eiiikavonng to scat do"n-that of all j! I don't knovr wh
and to gu about and from the pulpit : Northern ii'in tlecied to Coiigix-bS einte j jpassage i '.Nor d-J I, but that does not BJgnity.! returned prayer. May.-Slass. Plmcmen. .
frach I skill of the bojs were not more necessarylimn of the senses g.ven by Goj tit man- As soon as she reached that spot she began I'
that of that bill! their wsu nut I 'dlt'lre ladies. be a'
Frank ou 5
0 "bat ; 3 may I reached
Before smell the commandant
t&Lle. they and but sent two
ucce hearing, t-eemr.: feeling, tasting to run, .
I I A Marshal of the Calte4 States.Among
had toted for
He.here eloquently appealed to Knu1'otln j ivnow Nothing! who sure ant 1 we ought to l1a..w thi'm its,cct. much of the family overtook -
the d.reci mad. however, ing. 1 he four puts me in mind of the four Zonaves in pursuit and they soon
% burst as-ander these thhih <. lIIea"UtcUut one who was not l.o. HovV do I knor they are lalc"I'; sad I I the Americans who attended the
o ,
t I history of Frank had been the four seasons of the sear. her Two hours after she was conducted I
( evangelits
bund tWra down a< with cur Ls it-that of the fortone* Northern Joe; ladies arc nat likelv to be walking lie had live brothers and sifters dl\"ulhred.-I The three remind; me of the Trinity ; the I to General Canrobert. Her exam.nation I II late bail given at the Hotel de ViDe Paris, I

this fp.rit f \.aricati'nhkh who had voted for It, twei.ty had U-en |1 here ; besides, I don't think they are so was Jack Spicor,of Kentucky. Jack rush- .
t> pre er than him; two of them were very sickly. three hours our Savior was on the cross, I was not long; She constantly replied thatit .
they had adapted for thy purpose ofvio'ating I lealcd on uceount ot that sole left and !; tine. after all.' and his mother worked night and day ; only the three days he lay inter"eX The two ; was for the good( her country, and to I S d the dress somewhat strong. and sported
that were I don't follow that aiii'tlad.es. on his shoulders large enough '
the were
Utll.it they
of the cour.tr.I twc.itone ]
con-tituti h.m elf went to school, and he helpedhis reminds tue '>f the two Testaments ; the avenge the death of her husband, ItaninofT. ih
". poured forth plow in. patriotic: and for- '. friend of fi\tv\ .mth-that it was our |I I and real la Ies: fur all that, master mother in the evening to teach the lit- two contrary principles struggling in man I'I killed at the Alma, that she acted thus and lo start your Major Generals in business.JacC ,
able appcalu in behalf of the laid to btawllJy to encourage and to Jot.' returned Frank, '1 should sooner think was observed of all observers and
principles of
lie ones to read. His father was out virtue and vice. The ace reminds me of moreover, that she felt no regret. She was ,
flown in his late letter against KI"- oth- them. Tue dongtr to our rights was that they are, for the very reason that theyare employ, in consequence of the death of a the only true God to adore, worship and then Marched. The searchers found inI I: got mixed up with party that his friends '...

psm. He depicted in masterly !tJi.1 j at the North, iI "c old tut-avItt-s.be linn to not so n-rf tine; but I am certain: quite I gentleman in whose service he had been fir serve one truth to practice, and one pod une uf her pocket a paper book containing j I could marshals not of France account went lure there Wherever went .Jack the S.1;
the and true to latlic..t'What ,
fntn-lb there cerLiin that arc
and intiuence they
corrupting disa.tluu! dome 3 ears, and he was now trv lug tu get master to serve and obey." -So far is very severaldetaila on the state of our batteries i I and when the marshals sat down Jack did
result 'Moiety fri4n the deceitful, tqIit'o had frieniU iu tvefj Northern Mate } jtnotic j make you so sure ? demandedJoe. the under-pardencrV place at the hall ; if well !" said the noble-wan; "but believe the number of men employed the number f.
and I Ilothingieinthe and true who would ata.id i '1 should like to know hour \OIJ can the same, always takingthe post of honor. ;
atmg fraudulent practices of Know mcn. be succeeded all would be right, his mother ban inutlteJ one card-the knave. of guns in the batteries, &c.; and in another the ball Jack ..
and be IOU The after called on his
) anti-Amencan, anti-Ke-! us f wefctioJ b_) ourschex I Ito tell real ladies from others. Mid they should! have good wages anda 'True lord-the knave rem.nds me of pocket a double barreled pistol anda day .

poUican, aud unmanly character of its nej j our o.t-u principles. Thcrv weie j Frank wa puzzled for an answer. It is cottage; and many other ad vantages ; but lorship's, my informer." The nobleman letter addressed to Prince MeucbikotT old acquaintance.started Mr. Mason our Miniater .:.: .
Ihere your to France a litila -
the up conversation :
a olDizti-tbe danger to liberty, I men oen in Jlaftaoctiusette. I not always en.-y to convey to olliers a great many were after the place. and his became more pleased ith Jack than be- After the visit, she was shut up in an apartment in the, a
1 peace :. and to social one hunatvd guns lircd i.11 BO.-IOII l iulpres-ions upon our own mind-f. however should miss his I'tI head under '
t u cmmunit : father was vVry much afraid he fore, freeiy forgave him, raised wages of the.Gent. quarters. .
juenwrdilld the b.ll to | be formed the mental UI hear, Jack, you were at the ball last I ;
of the
o political conclaves plotting1 correctly they may I. it. fir he had nobody to speak for him to and discharged the informer.A the guard of two soldiers until such timeas "
i darkness of midnight for the 1rance- move Judge Lor.ng fr.,m olficc for | ri-ion maybe correct, where definitions kind be Malta." night
t the Duke who was a very gentleman, she can sent to e sir and had '*
t ofparposes not d.c.1 t-. the pub-1 a warrant to restore a fugitive felave to mar utterly (ail.Ye Duchess which would be bette I was, a high old time IVr
to the Text.There .
bc they sought to pmrrn, "Ja.e] r. b.I jwner. But there was hut a Know : : *. yes,' urged Joe; 'I thought you still for. though such a great man, he Knotty Fruits ot Courtship "For which you are indebted sappositothehigholdcompanyyougo&maiedup ,

they aimed to control and dievae of in ths; ing gun aoiJii( them. They were tired didn't know am tiin7 almut it, 1 reckon.1 would, refuse anything; if he had, there was once an itinerant preacher in Ned Grimes wore a sad countenance. .

ctn mode. He held that njch cun- 1 the true men of that State WOo still j '1 eli;know, though" u.d Frank, warmly. be not chance his father thought of West Tennessee, who possessing considerable lie was often asked what was the matter, with! By the way how come you associated : '., :
that bhtZed hunker don't know whatto might a natural eloquence, had gradually become with the marshals!! 1 ;
4 waa unworthy of m and freemen '! the spirit of .16 on 'There us bomethms h.sl the situation. but no satisfactory answer was forthcoming.
getting with the idea that he How! virtue of office they i4 J :
was by were I
held of succeM.Truih fuen were true men, national men. call it-very ditlerent in the ajijx'arance knjw fie Duke when you see possessed At length a particular friend obtained the my

pnpwoh! the light of| !New Ilauipbhire, in Connecticut in :'; of real ladies, and th-.se who wish to bethought 'Do,asked you of his attentive auditors.'No also a great .WicalacboLJr. Under this following particulars of him. marshal of marshal France while I am nothing ,.
bim 1 one
of the I
flay and hid itself in dark ccrnern, afraid York, in Iowa, wauy.n Illinois and t ti such they do not look conceited, Frank. 'I never saw delusion he would very frequently at the You know," said Ned. "I have been eke than Republic.
f discussion and inrestigation. It was lOur i policy was Hot to join the Know : | and they con't walk proud and when I him l that, ma'ma I know of, nor any one else at :| close of his sermon, ask any member of his courting Sally W. fur a long while and so showed my" commission and took post ac:1 ,
have ,
the characteriftie of tmT andoffalseboo-1 1 ing, who acre tight ing the--e uien, i I lly l ss you,it 5 is not because they are l'O the hall for they have not been here for a congregation who might a 'knotty we had great notion of getting married, cordingly. of o&e-wha.t --I

thus t bide, and there to work out their > bUud by our friends tttere, and *ion rraiii 'you are afraid to push near them, while, till text" to unravel to speak it, and he would when that plaeuy old Col-" By right your doyoa ;* -

:' h parpusem. Truth .the (unltio I I .'ould.lIy again and gain tretigth. I I but L something that is to sweet and Tet sI <> good And who leaches now.you the good manners I explain it at once, however much it uvght: Go on, Ned, don't be a boy;what about mean 1" that andjee." : $
: divines, "Read
would troubled ,
a of cuil order-tlie Terj life esenee twentyoi.e, theY seil up to don't mean senons. I don't mean eeI'tre ?' demanded have the Colonel!! '
of all social integrity. Know j to forty, to fifty, to one huudi>d in 1, eoniftlung that .makes line feel it b which I must see you with p.sess the in which On thi* occasion in a large audience, he "Why you see Sally said I had better Here Jack presented Mr. Mason with a t

lotma bowed t a spell and e an influ- > ,rr s. lliey would stand by us and j I Ir. right to touch one's hat to them ; antI theyIm't ..be.II bowed was to pleased me when we met way you first, was particularly pressing for some tine to aakbtmandso I did, as periite as 1 know'd whitey-brown paber with a seal big enoufhTor ;;

: el potent than troth, and .bts. and with us save the coa> Beem to be thinking only of themsel- you companion's propound*text. No one presum.ng to d. how." ( a four pound weight.b tfil
1 1-I and surprised, 1 own, at your he about to sit down without an in the name of Heavens, Jack is
kdtbeeunsciencesof to report to laid save the country.Mr. S eS, fur they will gave you a kind word, to, was -Well, what reply did he maker!

qwHocatioii and oouslructioo to ]1! bU-phcn concluded by saying when the others will do neither.' rudeness. teaches us to do that' replied opportunitY showing his learning. when "Why, he kinder hinted rounds ftsifl this!" .
I .tippr of his letter had said don't Joe 'and I won't 'Oh mother by the door announced that he had 'My commission of.marsbal'-I received
Aa the wa* a moni ilo i- a reviewer 1 see it, tvpl.ed ; often disrespect is a chap wart wanted there
pWie of would his windm -1wet. till I do.' Frank 'ehe says Bible matter of-great conaarn," which it in 1850 when I assist in taking the Genius
o th breast every prove political bow to anybody fault there must be aUays a "WellNed let us know what they wen; -
i bonest man, that !Ut times whbpvr to |1 the people of the lh. Cungreuiunal 'Speak then to them,' said Frank; 'you sot a single ,at the root of it; and he desired to be enlightened upon. The what the Colonel said to dial why our mind in ."ra.nkfortJ I ;

I I that this wi* yrwjg.Kaov tnct so willed i it. he was nautjr to go will soon see then what I mean.' something wrong of ignorance if nut of preacher, quto annimatedly, professed his 10." eyoiidon'tiCafltO5aythtyOt1tfYdonthi"

Nothindsm blmqd; its Totarka, t] to his political va.". In doing BO, '1 dare say,' said Joe; 'speak indeed! that it is still a worse.proof willingness and abJity and the congregation 'Why, be said-" That make. *

; Bnder the third degijy of iu ritnAl,by a eol] was ouly one ,wiudingbeet p & And do you suppose if you did speak to what is him for following was in great excitement." 'SsdwhatP' "ldon't mean anything else. and I intend j.to j.
i commended highly said the out- of the
eoii oath, to maintsjn the Union at all1 above .1I others to be wrapped them they would eay an)thing to you The lady "What I want to know, Why, be said if be caicbed me there nea 'marshal Republic "

hazards, against all eff<1f1a of faction J him. Ibat was the Con>Uution of again ?' the instruction of his mother to aider, '!-whether Job' turkey was a hen again be'would cowhide i me till I hadn'tan : have the office duly honored.Jack ,

fM pqesuonkta.. Put$J owhjere 1I\UJ. country. Next to that, he desired no To be sort I do,' said he ; 'only speak itnctJy. Joe listened with profound attention or gobterl" J inch tine left on. my back darn his Mr. Mason allowed that n 1rU.tta '
dared oitake *m* capita -
i n. bemWn to maintaia this Cpnstitotlon; winding bept fo be wrapped around prol.m1 to a lad},anti she i. certain to but neither reply The "expounder5! looked confused and old picture.*, Urge business on a very if'the tndu -
the ladies
i Jet that CoDStilation V$4 the rerr lite and I than the principle of that letter and aveak tu T..tJ'G again and speak kintllCO.. hiS.; leave. lie was wishing the congregation tittrre4as the questioner W sbouldnot wonder marshal of Frankfort- .

-.I of the Unkm. It could oblr harp wished hi* Fpilapb 19.-bp, Here lies "I d 1 believe if,' rehied Joe, and would tell him to when go, and turning thus an J relieve angle his of tapped. the.climax. exclaiming in a loud : Jl Fcxuxo !'..-Milton wa* uke4 the same. with A census*& *"** ol"J"nDCe.' 4
hen.IBM bjit and thrvugh if. ad the who wrrer deceived ;fri n4 cr erer what' more, I'' don't believe you dare to nnbarraftsment, came suddenly race by a (friend whether he would Instruct h mixing rushing matters in a manner that .

LI iiItiIeK, .. Without It the ed "e aneDemyr1JJr. speak lo one.' the road a gentleman upon "I fotched. him down ,on the! first question daughters hi the different languages. certainly requiies's much brass a*equaJettes. Jack a

t boa U Taluekw or beautifully 'I dare/l&d Frank -firmly. them. rhich he replied: ". -
wont f ;tTheritruthcifo&tMniainafthU Stephen compared !! .f to is eqcal to the,the rt-
about both : happy say
the Korth to"JtboIo ladie 'wd Joe. 1 began to'be;: ,nBesay yoa i ia ramdentlbra re are
fntryv of this order,from Then speak From that time forward tne'pnetjee of .1 -JJ, *irj one tongue /
And I returned frank: 'J am laid be, hastening to them 'When I heard *''J qsmefl.m. : -"
order to the South to thc'eittranceofSMan so rill for "dIC 1t *" wa STOided.-:,warns .
ia He called co SoaUiero men I the form of the subtle aerpeatinto the ifraii W9 have been staying -tieri p where you gone and without say one with taking passage .

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% The Election; and the coixcinearsa. COUNCIL PROCEEDINF9.COCNCIL IIartride A Timanus. -.
npl.tpa CHurcn.: BAIL ROAD BARBECUE Virginia Ilttb pad-lorbs ,
plus. A request that we should notje the dtlar.n.A. In the course of argument on the r To the Planter ofsra Island Cotton la I Morris Kiel for,. buCkt
Yt1IDi i f Injmrsuance to previous notice given,a a Florida.Te CHAMBER. } Win. E. Gwff; owe 51.
.A-1.E_ e of Dnval cent glorious victory the &Old Dominion 1555. S chat
of the citizens i 5th.
aorstA tble portion makes the increased amount of land planted JIM one for town "'( "7 5 ct 1
officiate the Richmond Enquirer ;
Fit Council met Present lion. Philip !
assembled Jacksonville on :
ty was and seconded
a this season In Long Staple Cotton, being I tint a
JACKSONVILLE : I row brings to mind the decded improve day the 8th inet,when, upon motion, Cap following very just remarks; more than ha been planted any year for Fraser, Intendant; Mexrx. A.S. Baldwin, !hnitf lie appointed to devis m..n c.
ment that ti church edifice has recently HEnRY E. W. CUKK was called to-preside, We have an abiding and confident belief E. A. DeCottes, U. U. llocg, C. Oak, andS. for pl.
that the of s lf- dng devotion the last fifteen or twenty, the improved i building a make.hons and

SATURDAY. JUNE 9, 1855. undergone m-i'external apparc. The and GEORCC STOKE, Esq.. was requested to the example principle which-Virginians have system culture now generally adopted, N. Wiiams, Cnimen I I the Mst meeting. Whtrup"h npr)1t I

- 1 addition e several coats pare white to act I Secretary.The furnished, will not be lost eight of by their in connection with the favorable spring we A Petition from G. R. Foster, praying i Baldwin, Hoe; and ,ereippy, 1

. ; :. I paint, with bright and beautiful green President briefly explained the object political brethren of the Southern States have had, leads us to believe that there Council to refund ((120) a fine imposed said Commite.On la

.. ; .: TIIC 'VIRGINIA ELICIO-. Minds) has wrought s decided a changeand o the meeting, and extended a general in* who summer a t bestow and autumn their ohMs suffrages duringthe We will be a large augmentation the qnan- upon him daring the absence of tho lu ten- motion, Council vljunrmd.

** calm and Vir- I one so desirable too that we conceivethe address yea. t dan t.
The vitation '
: lobr rbuwbich t gentlemen present t have cheering intelligence from North Car- tity of Long Cotton heretofore produced.This Attest : T. C. KLANCIUBD,
giuia,the '' Jot r-ot Presidents,")has given bare mention of the fact that it is to the assembly. .lina In several districts whigery scornfully increase of .- I was moved and scde that the cc

.to'th sneaking bybrhl winch! under the I' the exertions of the ldie of that society Col. 11c: Mcintosh being called upon, declne a recognition of Sam, while production must depreciate prayer of the petitioner granted, and JOE 7,18
the market value of this unless
:' .: panlronynic of Koo1- othin"m, has that our community is indebted for the to citizens in a short and pertinent in other dmorcy' despises and defies staple that the Treasurer and Marshal b requested Council met f>r *|>vcial Pll .

I ttrivcn toobtain a foot-bolt within her I improvement in appearance of this c on pi speech, urging upon them the necessity the' eloquent the Planter by an Improvement in it* preparation to refund the amount to said petitioner. sent: Hon. Philip Fraicr, Intcwlant Pr
whig, has denounced him the Tariest of enhances intrinsic value. Alone ;**
borders', has famished *n example which I cious church edifice, would not b amiss. unanimity and harmony of action in impostors,and aided by a Cobb and other from the maxim "that it what is worth A Petition from a number of citizens residing Messrs. a1.hyin H eg, Oak. Turknet and

I every Southern State should,and probal We learn that this Church i at present the presented lor their consider demorts has driven him beyond the con- doinl.is in the, western part of the Town, Williams, Coundlmen.
, eLterrs
", will, feflow. A eecrct foe i is most to b in an improving condition in all its affairs. tne State. Johnson is almost a worth doing well. we consider the praying that Council would !Cedar and I was moved and Kcnnile-1' that Council

p.-* and the opinion that Sam," to IAL the Easter election the following Vestrymen Geo. w. Call, Esq. followed Col], Mcln good a elected in Tennessee. Alabamawill planter losses money bv not preparing his Duval streets to b cleared out in.that portion take up the resolution whico was pu
dtadJ take fresh from our well for cotton like everything el
phrase,was almost ubiquitous were elected, viz: lon Thomas tosh in his usual happy and felicitous style. courage is 8igalic cotton I'l ,<>f the Town ed on the 16th of last. month,
. : Si tory. Kentucky putting the Altl'orizn
the the and
better qnalitv.
. 'I "' fast gaining tOUflI. Thmk to the Dougla A. S. Baldwin, F. Bcthunc, C. Messrs. Wheaton,Sanderson,Livingston, energies, and the indictions have al been preparation On motion, the Petition was referred to the Intendant to make tIC! fl! .

& of the sterling Democracy of the Drew, Walter Kipp, F. C. Barrett, and Fraser and Fleming,then in turn occupied so encouraging since her departure from more demand there i is for it. We would the Committee on Streets for that section'. $5.0 against the town, which nw.tki u

. cfor-01d Dominion," that opinion is now done II Cahin Oak. We also ]learn that at a recent the time in remarks favoring the views of the Jeffcrsoman creed in 1832, that the suggest to yon :few hints in regard to the of the Town.A was carried.. I

. away with and it i is shown that this dark meeting of the vestry the Kcv. William the previous speakers, and urging upon the daughter fn Mississippi will ,again Louisiana stand by the mother.the Catherine smminjr pinnm< and p.kinl of petition from C. Oak Jb Son, praying I was also moved and] seconded' r,tIA! tl
. : I interloper among our republican institutions White Dour was unanimously elect people the necessity of immediate actionin canvass Las not yet fairly lrylatl our T.onl Cotton. In patherinir your cotton for permission to discharge guns out of the lid resolution I be jms-ed, \Lk-l was car

. : needs but patriotic hearts and willing Rector, much to tho grtifction of the the construction of the proposed work. friends in each are opne ; for nt trrlm.ctonr hands to hp (:Ifll in back window of their shop. Granted. rid, an the subscription was 'Uctarvd ta

hands to him from his secret holds entire Church and society among whom he Dinner being announced, full and ample the contest.A pirkinjrelran Ant rood cotton than to pick acrest Mr. E. A. DeCottes then presented his Lemade. 4Rtsolted

... in the .expl, and drive him back to hisbirthplace I has been faithfully and assiduously, laboring justice was done to this portion of the en- when distinguished reading the proceedings statesmen of remarked the Hart-, deal with tra!h. &<*.. mixed up in it. resignation D Councilman, \\Inch was re- 1 hal the mien L .u u?

I a fit comianion for the 'isms" for the past six months. tnment after which, Mr. Swart was call ford Convention, that the time would come ExpConr cotton a* little as possible to rejected.A powered to make the elll 'f.tl"la| .f Sjiil

and elements that will there upon s his views. Differing when Constitutional Liberty at the North 1 snn. ln1t! it was picked in a wet motion was made and seconded that UUU to the Flori'Li. At ic a-.| ,;
disorganizing We give below the proceedings of e t express would have to the attar Spell or cloudy tiny that does not Central Ra,l-Ki>a>l O .I 'IJ. Vutcj by il.
furround him. somewhat from the fentiiucnts expressed lighted anew at ; A hzV i the petition of C. Oak & Son re-consid ]
a church in Wisconsin, which is of the institutions of b voters of time 'tu.uioi
protestant the South. That cgol
. of the the who him he rain is decidedly the best for drvins: it ered. On taken the .Jad""lyil
Tho ,intelligence of this victory \U the consideration and imitation by gentlemen preceded if it has not yet arrived, is e\' prio a vote being upon motion. UI 13th. hi3. .
; Democracy of Virginia over the common of church in tho hind. How a advocated the main doctrine of the speedy State after State, embracing Cotton that has been exposed to a hot sun it was rejected. On motion. l'oun.1 a.jun!

- foe, h.s Bent a thrill of joy to many a patriotic Christian every Church can tolerate such open construction of tho work. the "Old Keystone," beyond Mason i Dix- after pirkinj. suffers hV lossinjr f great deal Council then went into the election of a Attest : T. C. ULL. HIJ.D, C.C.I'lorUa

: heart throughout the Union, but nowhere and falsehood in The audience were then invited t come on's line,seems in one way or the another, ofits \f!taMe oil. by which the strength Port Physician. Whereupon Hr. J. S.
equivocation, tcrgivisation to have become bewildered unsubstantial
by staple and ifs softness is .
received with forward and subscribe such much Hankins
been more general sums as theyin was unanimously
: b i its members and m tho name of religiontoo but until it has vry cccl'l1 Florida
t fascinating dogmas totally is a new _
In pinninjr cotton be that in imrr.11fe Mae
; pleasure] than in our own State of is past all comprehension. I will their judgment might see proper in aid disregarded some of the most important cr"l A motion was made and carried to remove Thus:far \ \e ru.l a gus i .!uL
, which has with of the tbe national first place yon pet the host pin that von the from Dame to contend with.
Ford no sympathy th the in end, bring religion into con- enterprise. provisionsx compact.To tlC quaranti e ground The Iflal"l f..ru.erjy

skilful juggling by which disappointed p surely and give a tremendous impetus tbe On motion, the thanks of tbc assemblywere those provisions, to every provision of know of; secondly put a primp hand to attend Point to the bend of the river oppositeMrs. tvtn> s troublesome that tlir! i".; k hij;

I. lilici&ns "1 to go notorUty ad power.Upon spread tempt, of infidelity. For the sake of t religion tendered to Col. W. D. Ward for the that instrument Virginia hereafter has to steadfastly adhere. it.and b careful that he does not put Ferris' place.It about defend! as much their as tuc.IIIIo t.MHvfnand ,

. the of the glorious news very handsome manner in which ho had intend1 the cotton to damp to the n.The most improved was also moved and carried that the \ and dn jrt: wilt)
receipt and morality we rejoice to find that With the aid of her southern sisters upon out branching iiuf t il 1Tlt;,
from 'VIRGINIA much enthusiasm was discharged his duties caterer this sIlo machine we have ever seen or heardof Clerk to Dr. llankins PI'g tiefwprizes
which knows
S some of the churches are beginning to think a on she will not Ickun in b requested notify impC .Uc. 'll. -tl j

manifested by ou citizens, and a congratulatory seriously of this matter: occasion also t the President and Secretary vain, she is determined to make no more for pettinp out Ton. Staple cotton. i iq of his election, and also Dr. Balsam, the wealth jf the Mate would Imnvarrnt: ;lan tltf

the of WI EVa sacrifices to the North. The compromises the )McCarthy Oin. cotton pot out on it. ll.v siliulittn ofti.0
election for the of .1,4 former Port uucV
I. meeting upon The Presbytery of Shcnan (Wis.,) of discharge their duties. Physician, of the isCJntin'aane' :t.t* it *1.
of 1787 must be rigorously 0 in let must an oul-idtr
called for the Accordingly The then 8err',1 this has an open and renerallv of the anti(lie i l4I.t tJ.ntf._
evening. the Associated Presbyterian Church, at a meeting adjourned sine 'lie. ter and in spirit. As administered the fepV 1 quarantine at Dame.Po.nt.. but the tun is ,, ,
with the boom of the first cannon from the meeting held on the 17th ultimo, adoptedthe II. E. W. CLARK, Chairman. South ha been the ,victim not the beneficiary \'Ircnn npfaanrp.and i iq mnrh pr rpred Mr. E. A. DeCottes then requested that for Florida to chant cumin;1-cr; ul.I j-s.ti.| : ar at Fn-m'UKJ

; Court House Square a lf concourse as- following resolution with reference to GEO. STONE; Sc'y. of the Constitution.: The so-called hy both domestic and fnr'tpn manufacturers his resignation. b again read and acted upon I being an outsider l sht- is aIu'it tl Ufonw

cmbled. to a fronting I secret societies: Missouri Compromise was a palpable violation who rav from 3 to 7 nt and one of the most eentiali.tn
t Adjourning square "Kesolred. That in judgment of this ( which was accordingly done, and his | : : ;,the \V.t,
under the direction of its rights. It was in direct opposition often ns hijrh 10 cents pnnn'l ern C.nt Iluemit. Aludi 1 tins i .
t on the river,lLirt-two guns, Prcj bytery. the principles of our church exclude A Northern Democrat. to the sentiments of conccssi and very as per resignation aCCI.ted.A Railroad Ul ad1iQta

p of John G.Butkr.Ebq.long resident from communion the members of the The following letter to a gentleman of forbearance which animated the Contention n more for it than fol similar cotton as it iC motion was made that Mr. DeCottes' Pacific. Th-3 lo Road C.llu't|has the Uvn Atliiitc: : ami

t>(our town and State,were given in honor secret society called Know-Nothings, and this city, says the Augusta Constitutionalist ,as state by "'a5hn ton in his: letter usually prepared, pinned on the old roller resignation at his request, spread upon I Ftrnandira. oinmttm..nceLat
of all such societies and
the members
" I of the llltdom of W01d Virginia." that the Presbytery'direct secret sessions to, en- speaks the feelings of all true Demo to that recommending the adoption ;ins. the Minutes, which was concurred in. By looking at thopy rapliy of'r tnnt-

:- t.t.A. beautiful banner, made for the occasion force this opinion." crts at the North. The writer is sur- of the Constitution. Moreover, tho territory In packing:your cotton make every ef-. To the Honorable the City ry. we shall!) at one* see that mite ruut".
excluded from into the
and presented rounded slavery: came to obtain the best Sea Island Bassincr Council cro.>3 Florida and texas i is cidedlr the
by some ladies through by Know-Nothings and frt : ff Jacksonville:- :
.bol Union slave Texas
as territory, just beat. At
other .
n&> 'C.S.
Done! n with the
P. B. Canota, Esq., formed Delicately but democrat in I make your hap; nicely putting from : GENTLEMEN : ling at a loss to understand n
our townsman, tionists being a principle, territory camo in as slate territory. :25 : ttould the Raid be
short anl
i reference to the of the the clf so e* / Clf
: an attractive feature as it shone in the By proceedings he sticks to his country and the Constitution The entire free soil movement, beginning to 350 pounds in each 11 use nn water to policy jour Honorable hotly construction'Ftrmn.Jina '
: in
torch-light] above the head of the people; Town Council in another column it will b : with the Missouri Compromise make the cotton stick, as 'ol-ba. letter Ordinance pennittmjj by a direct violation of any City has a fine harbor into which
. simple before
: bearing conspicuously the following inscription -observed that DR. HURus.m, who Stows, VT., May 25, 1831. has been a disgraceful transgression Iponthe senfll1 packe than water packed cotton hand to 1 legalize I the same, and petition at the game ships nf all Sizes: can come with l ir&ct
rights of the South,and must bo resisted -
has faithfully performed his duty as Port ease. Here they can discharge them
L : Dear Sir: I received from you yesterday in its operation. to mke.teryo1 have fnihcl parking time punish another citizen for the same passengers
t Physician for tho year or two, has fallen I I offence, I am, a of and freight to be tr.n=joiti- PI*
f ,000000000000000000000000000000000000, past the Constitutionalist i Republic, contain- We again to )' slave mark the hale carefully on the @ am- I fl'OI sense propriety, the Road: across Florida then

'c a victim to the prescriptive policy ing the letter of Hon. A. 11. Stephens to State to be solemn1yappal its approaching every less then you can send it to your Fncforcnd I I compiled J'i'ctfuly to tender you m> Gulf; and then,take the Texas; Iliad across to California. the.

: | VIRGINIA : i which seems to characterize all Know- Col. Toms, giving his ,'ieof the Know- I election-to leave no portion of its dnt. and feell stsfec that yon deserve toobtain I do resignation, that Councilman a mn should, believing, as I This would be the Kh<>rte"; quick
not be
I thank for the
Land | Nothing bodies. In order to save the venerable party. you undone and to bo prepared for tho '\ only est and for
of' Iapr. !a.fest"ay and
f ThcMothcrnf'Statesmen: and 1 thank God that there is one m questions-that can.arise for the South. a full price for the product of your tabor compelled to obdient" as other citizens, i-fts enrrers frrtjrLt
| THE WISE g Doctor's feelings, however, it is understood : but ought to last to po. Thus, you see, Flor.da: must occupy
without fear and to exclusive
speaks manfully, boldly, We are for the nion-for the Union now (:piat What more can man do, b
!!! a position. Across her soil will be
I 10,000 Majority that it is the
. and appears quarantine truthfully. It is cheering to loverof "
. every and for ever-but not at the price of bondage than deserve success ? privileges.With transported the merchandise of China and
.f c and not he that has Len his country to read such unanswerable and dishonor. If such an Union APR WRIGhT. all due rept the isles of the Pacific and the
goun a I I ob't grM
( .oooooooooo.Durng rr Very delicately done, indeed arguments. Would to God the people our ancestors pave us is to perverted so scv't, California. The which
; interval the salute, a call would adopt the sentiments of the letter as b CHARLESTONJune. -1th, 185.5.The E.: A. DI.UOTTES. places at the Road
an as to accord with selfish designs and intolerant .
i Like all other hardy sons of Germany, the i II Jacksonville June 5 1835. will terminate on the E-vst and West lust
to the new party ; their fanaticism with ,
. made for the Hon. Felix Livingston. machinations of free soilers then it
was Monument to Sir John Franklin. d?eome cities (.r importance. Tnis R. d
himself and
Doter can support family, its thousand would hang its headin i is worth On motion, the Council until
in changes, not and this fact for adjourned
to which that gentleman responded a aide shame. preserving; The Release and the Arctic which are to also will pay better than any other in the
without Know-Nothing sincerelytrust. the of all 9 o'clock
good concerned, cannot te to on Wednesday morning. world.
and spirited address, deprecatingthe There in this sail in search of Dr. Kane
."ncr never was a secret soon or generally known. being ready for
the countr to Attest: TIIOS. C. BLANCHARD, C.C. Soon the far extending prairt; '* and majestic
folly that would transfer political pliticl association but treason Sea, have been hauled out from the dock forvsts will echo to the shrill whistle
action of freemen from the broad The Post Office. and such associations are [From the Ancient City. -
. I : open I object lion. A. II. and are now anchored off the Navy Yard.. i' of the iron horse. Mighty steamers will
the Post office tho other never in of the Constitution and Stephens. I JfNE 1S55.
in On entering never -
light to tome dark and fcccrct corer, a New York. The and all I f come puffing and plowing their
men are way among
its Editor The irrefutable |
regard : ofcr
than we were by the Post masterto requirements they are always 111. reasoningof Council met to the and Harbors
day : pursuant peaceful liars of this
manner more becoming conspirators I requested I sectional local and limited in their views distinuishc Southerner, contained on board,and Thursday next the E.xpedi-1/ Present Hon. adjourent.-// const
: wl.ich' have
it and Philip hitherto been the
i enter the adjoining to our ftmnrite-
Mcintosh room J'rcr
voters. McQueen in Know
I American and is
objects. letcr upon Nothingism, tion will sail-on its mission of mercy.
.1' found it to contain the of whose \I Messrs. A. S. Baldwin, haunts of water-fawl. Ye" Florida i h
State was then surprise greatest We are cursed with this new party here, worthy man integrity of I. I. Iog, '
1'q.. formerly : EI..ctr the request of Lady] Franklin,Mr. Grinncll. about to change her position. all!|
t Where
and the abolitionist heart forbids him to give to Williams and C. Oak Councilmen.
in his usual impressive of Jewelry beautifully are engaged in it, or up mere party ,
called AT which profusion &c u
: : ; upon favor their those talents which have bestowed ( New York, has prepared a tablet to be was once quiet and 'clu"lOn'i1I bV heard
movements almost to Councilman
a Baldwin I
map, Len offered the follow.
:: and eloquent manner, he declared ranged. and a majority of the wlli..s.I on him for the benefit of country. )Ir.StelheM erected at Bocchy Island to the memory of I the noise and d;n of commercial and bni-

,.C himself ready now and at all times to denounce Vt'fc ?'oul recommend to all those who is strange you of the South should is acknouledgly one of the ablest Sir J John Franklin and his companions of the ing Ordinance, which was rIB : ness life.

the dangerous tendencies of the soS wish to purchase jewelry to give Mr. ,ith this band of traitors, enemies of men and has been one of the mot
1 c* Order of Know-Nothings,and to Grothc a call, feelingassured that they will your rights, enemies of the plain provisions cd Whigs in his State, never swerving her directions the stone bears the following Council( Jacksonville. Fla.. in Fn.: May 17 55.
lcd uPI of the from that faith or to act with his Council Assembled,and it is ordained -
Constitution, against the democracy refusing hereby
the cherished principles of the be inscription : rr Mayor Wood reviewed tl f policein
hold the
. who have ever stood by the Con- party, so long as it was g"\'rncd in its To the of by authority of the Town, That the I
. Democracy. i plea"d.Te June number of Graham's stitution,who have ever regarded the rightsof movements by what he considered! 1itl.lityto FRANKLIN Memory, free and perpetual right of way is hereby, the Park on Saturday afternoon .'

. As the report of the last gun ceased to Magazine has been received. I it full of the whole Union a above price. I say its professed principles. As' : tie-pIc CEOZIKR, Fir7.JA.ME3, granted to the fnrcfatlantic and Gulf an immencc crowd of spectators. The police
resound' along the banks of the St. Johns, good things usual and beautifully illus it is stance, it is madness in those ', of the fame school of polities, I have. bee and R1i-Road Company, authori- turned out en masse and made a very
a and
love the Union to conspire with its worst one of his warmest admirers and am forced ity permission to lay and construct fine
. and to echo far. away among the forests, trated. This periodical has attained an enemies for its overthrow, for it is nothing to confess that my admiration of him, So .1 their gallant brother and faithfu such Railroad tl.Cki and turn-outs appearance. Tho macorseven presented

the au.i.nr fully convinccc immense circulation, and is conducted with else. far from being abated, is greatly \'lhaucet companions in\11 tho ha'f uffercl1ld perished across and throngh any street within the of them with the medal rteantlscast.

" that the efforts adjured to gain a foot-hole industry, ability and enterprise. Terms You have a fair: sample of what the new by his present high-minded and er.n.l- and the cause service scenc limits of the Town Jacksonville, which as a reward of merit. This medal is f.f s I he1'

- Florida would prove a signal failure. $3. Published by Abraham 1!. See, 10 party will do in the a t of the Massachusetts ent course. I would have been a truij of their may be needed for the use of said Company handsomely wrought. The design is a
in the
transaction of its
i Chcsnut-st.Philadelphia.We Legislature. They have disgraced melancholy 6u1dl'c of contemplation to Country.THIS legitimate business shield surmounted by an eagle bearing l a
themselves and the State; yet there are find a statesman: like him descending from TABLETis or in connecting its road with its depots scroll on which\ iIl5c rLt.1; flat JusMiaRnat

.; MR. STEPHENS AGAIN" have also received Arthus Home those, yes, many in your State, that are Ins lofty estate of moral uprightness to wharf shops and ware-houses: ; said right; I cerium." On the shield]. are star,
Magazine for the same month which has who affiliate with an f character of way not exceed eighteen feet in width.
to-day on our first page a sworn t support them, and incourajre organization ( ertcrlneRr t with the wordsX.. Y. Polcer and time
: We publish
: been for a long time a welcomed visitor.To .- them their infamous work. They have anlll'ulO. s so unhallowed as that which the spot where for car tract or tnrn.Olt. Prodded, however motto Parlu.n at jh-ri1o"-Presenretl

: synopsis of a speech recently, made by Mr the ladies we would particulaily recommend preached and voted treason, and are literally .- the only real opposition to tue they passed their f first Arctic said Rail-Road. Company shal be n.- by F. Wood. Es .. mayor. l.<:io and l&Ju"

Stephens, of Georgia, at Augusta. ILls this valuable for in it will I blinded by fanaticism. Democracy. I have n. idea that he wil winter, and whence they issued quired to grade, plank, and! repairsalt In his address the nay or *a; of this periodical Do not flatter ever Ijecoms permanently united to thc crossings so that wagons and vehicle
. one of the most splendid efforts I yourself or)'ourseles that forth to conquer difficulties or to die. You draw from the
found all that will interest them Terms Democrats but I do believe ordinarily used on said streets city treasury aspay
. recollect b the new order things is not an abolition and I tnia the can cross
we ever commemorates griefof in the
distinguished gentleman S. A. Arthur Co. Philadelphia. move-it is so, and by supporting it that he may be safely relied: on to siiataii I said Rail-Road tract on the Jtvc of the aggregate, nearly one m.Ilion of
their and
. to have seen, and must thrill with pleasure $2 & will long warm into life a the constitution and,by the allmirn.countn'men st recta, or by a gradual slope ordinary dollars per annum s.lu"J: t is given
(consequence .
r and faith of
. the heart of patriot and honest man J z-The corner stone of a new :Masonic poisonous fangs serntwhose your rights of the South, and that hold it in 1i by level of the street so crossed by said by i individuals rrescnti'"hict. last jtar,
evcr wi her who has lot in the heroiC amounted according] to the books in" the
: who read it The Augusta papers say that Lodge was laid at Milton on the 29th May. rights from you, and : in pieces that his view ever appear necessary to that emi, leader of the expedition tl track. mayor's office to about :ISCO)..-and so
enthusiastic document which secures he will be found voting with,the party of Councilman Williams offered the
most following
he was greeted a .. ourgneralafety.Te ni'>st devoted and far this year to bout iUUU.-not indndinp
Maximo P. has
the it bo
z- Esq., fear of country, though the
: by a latge audience,among JeRiob : Dlnoratieone. tionate of husbands. amendment, which was adopted : many valuable ]>reaent3. no to U: totuaatt-J
reception 'r been appointed by to the a mere trick the new in The party in which he has hitherto
; party
Goveror And brin etk then into the have in There
hundred who were my (HI; U15e it ordained by the Intendant and im-ney. i is no ca..s tiC ratut
:: 'l were 6'erl oncKnvwXothing office of Census Taker of Escambia county. humble opinion, care nothing about the borne so prominent a part, :and whose latest vhere they would be. Council Jacksonville in council or tradesmen so well paid Yin arc.j conpensatedforeur. >-
their a-ssem
who had had babtUmal
: but Bible, know as little about religion as did appellation was "Whig, 1855.
,: in the Tom Thumb the celebrated little Nicodemus of the birth and has no longer local habitation or name bled.That the Florida Atlantic and Gulf Central .* day in the ,('ar-rain;
new ,
joined eagerly J52C" care as a _
eyes This has been intrusted to lie aflixed i in Rail-Road Company have the free or shine In ty or nn lltIJI'C.t'nt or ab
one the land-it \is may
little know. existent. Its
. Jtudil ( upon him. Wo opine great man, was married at Webster, on the Constitution a they traitors They to arc the traitors best interest to members ( deftcf lon by the loss of its place by the officers and crew of the right of way from date and for thirty-fit sent. And t <'duration ef" .,' (lce au5'

. that this speech was the funeral oration of Thursday week,to Miss vinton,of Bridgeport of the and traitors to the- power, therecovery of which constitutestbcir American expedition,commanded by Lieut (:K>) )'eat from and after its completion much to its )i-cctin anahie.. It is inrngpxxl :
II. J. Hartstein in search of Dr. Kane and behavior
from their ] I : or in uticiwuirils for I.fr.
- the Order in Georgia, and are rejoiced t Ct_ rights of man. main spring of action) hating, with hi the general depot, through any of if on behave I
companions'The streets of the of 3 Jt.lutl"t'h't"oI What other Situation
find that he is again announced a a candidate The Wabhington brokers report The Democrats have always hel sacred some noble eXCcltionszlke that of whichit tablet is of white marble, two fee the River, where they TOn Jcksnnvic to or what other public .ttkvr even ta

in the Eighth District. the rights of every section- : regarded is my pride to speak, insanely thrown three inches by fivo feet. It is to he crec for the may slet a whaf the highest f
t that
> honor
for Congress land warrants worth 31.12 of post nut and
running tract to be
t b t SlJ the rights of the Southerner on his plantation themselves into the ranks of that constitution pnrs a

.5 But it seems that Georgia is not to hare per acre, bnt they are holding back for anew the Western pioneer of his cabin. in condemning political monstrosity yeleped the ted on side the of White that commemorating Cliff at Beechy the Island fate by oLieut. used of, hore or hmf: cars, for the purpose have the destitution the same of svcur.ty.old agaitat" wa.it ur-

. a monopoly of noble examples of ptro issue in anticipation of lower price. the wilderness, the New Englander on his the 'Know Nothing" party, for Ucllod of the Belcher expedition.St. transporting. necessary irons locomotives age.
: tism in connection with this far in his shop or factory alike; neither, which I venture to predict in the ''Empire for all other building material I Reminding them that thmeirunif-in: i is an

s that our own State is about to assert her gy I is said that one of the incidental with their consent, shall have his righ in State of the South" a short life and dis Mary's, Ga. Raii-Roaujsanl manufactored from lumber or timber wholeor I emblem of honor, rathi-r than a badge ClC

: of tbe is thediscovery vaded. graceful end. Indeed had each State in the country. for : servitude,Ma.,or Wood continued....
We also Japan expedition We discover with extreme
the shipment but
claim to a "place in gratifction. ; in wise shall be
I ricur. Now, if it is right in policy or principlefor the Union but half a scorce such men n permit "
. copy from the Ancient City a communiction that the Zodiacal light is a belt your section to unite against us, with Stephens of Georgia, Wise of Virginia and a says the Thomast illo WatclllL ted to run a locomotive or do a peneral mercantile Jit.ery public ofhcer yields up) pewi.ilrights. .
T entirely around the earth, after this Gholson Alabama to do battle for the numerous advantages with which S'uther or passenger business through or man can assume ofbcv. wlclhcr
that paper, signed extending ungodly go on ; all we have I
alanc low
&dr5 t abounds are attracting public attention over said track from high or without giving
said SIIIeLbng
Saturn's The cause of right, there would not I confidently depot to up
the ring. matter to to the -
manner we fight
the ]letter on gnerl
which comments approvingly upon say is and become daily better appreciated. said wharf through said ; to the public. if hidov* his dut1 \.-.
believe be in
basis Constitution and when (save demented abolition. '
has excited deal of interest we arc poor C
which a good The Savannah and Gulf am the
of Mr. Stephens to Mr. Thomas, among fanatic-ridden HairllCompany SEC. 2. further simply agent of the i-enj-le III thesurveillance
called on to cease our warfare on earth,we Masfachustt.) in six B ordained bv theauthority
. interest. the astronomers, and Professor Pierce, of hate, we understand, con everci-ed oVer ymir conduct
excited much months the foul blot Town That
BO shall leave our arms untainted by fanati- ; Nothingisin the said RailRoad -
\ the extension of their line from My position, in relation I
considers the fact established sideratiol be to joira is like
The authorship of this communication is Cambrdg csm Know-Xothingam Abolitionism, or to be found. Of what may happen there, the Alamaha to St. Mary's. The town uf authorised. and empowered to cmitabhish that <>f the head of an army actually in bat. I
safe calculation bo made. How a depot and the
no can
attributed a distinguished gentleman by te oLrations tkeo.The any an injury to St. Mary's, to many, even of our own people necessary shop t'c-for we are always on'dult_always in' a
t o the country. must the great and patriotic spirit of the andrbonscs at any point t
- KL Augustine, who b for )'cr past z. New Haven Register says, Instead opposition from your section lamented Webster, the able expounder and a "terra incognita, stands unquestion-in limits of the Tow tf( JacksonTil not lying an engagement is -our cauaitaign agun t the*
. first salu-
of leader of the that Government has notified and faithful advocate of the constitution in ably among Geogia's seaports south of enemy always commencing lU a.. 9 continuing
I worthily held the position the Spanish there should be a union of all the true its and climate. Forsyth strt that al and
rity i I locality never endin;. |It i I- a euhttiHuous
We withhold] his of its readiness faithful in opposition to this who simplicity and truth, sorrows over thai property of Raid company the aid
Whig party in the &t. the Department at Washing party, It i is in sight of the ocean, possesses a town shall tight against the crime ami the wrong a
besotted recklessness which from
name inasmuch as 0 Is not thought prrr to settle the claims of THADDECS BEECIIER* openly iquitious declare compact.the"Constitution t b"in- in the cherished State, of i adoption.runningriot safe, capacious and most beautiful harbor, Corporation b purposes exempt for tho taxation whole terra for doing of the vicious of tillS couiiunnit,)_- t,

t t give it to the public himself. We of that city, for injuries and loss sustained Hoping that Mr. letter will That once high-toned commonwealth has and is accessible to vessels of the large of thirty-five((35) years from and after the Eternal vigilance. is the es enl.al requisite a

.- I( take pride in announcing and by him tho hands of the Spanish authorities have a good effect in Stephens'your and the sadly fallen from its elevated patriotism class. There is a depth of water of thirteen completion of said Rail-Road." in a policeman's duty : and as be relaxes.so .
it Stte
a feet at the lowest tide on the bar at does he depart from what shall be re-
. hope the day i not far distthn ho at tho Island of Pgt Rico some yearsJE3T Union.I. and a community of whom that was formerly tho mouth of Mary's, and vessels The following letter from Col. Buffing- required of him so long as I hold the position

ft: give the benefit of his name as well remain your most obedient sr'tt. bytatcsmcn any country mightbe of SOt tons burthen have repeatedly descended ton was read: of commanding general. hift
mar inc. _ _ proud, is now permitted to be the sportof
Its great cause in which patriotic I the river, and gone t sea with JACKSONVILLE, June 6 In conclusion I cannot do better than to
ii u opinions t Counterfeit $20 bills on the Bank BCSTED We ]learn that witless, miserable demagogues if it 18. (1I
Know- a
UP : received fifty miles above the To the Honorable call your attention to the prefatory n-marU (1Ii'I
and Democrats are engagedfchoulder I were designed that in her case should be ful crl Intendantand
a.. Whigs of South Carolina have been repeatedly Nothing cunci in Autauga county went Town Council to; the rules and regulations of the dertment | .
realized the truth of the :
shoulder: a struggle t wrest by the few da'J ago. At its last poet's saying, ';On this river" the author of the which it-
t and what really
offered in Alligator, $10 says GCNTLKMIN I have comprehend
I. Whom the gods would : raised sufficient
FI they a
f of secret conspirators .proq meeting the members had a hot discussionon destroy, Historical Collections 'one the constitutes tt
from pointed among roost duties and the of
th bd bills op the Cape ( C.) in first make mad." amount of money by subscription from the your theory
Bd ar the of
question dissolving and it .
Constitution was remarkable feats in the the
of ever annals police department immunized.tmThe in
and revolutionists, citizens of the Town of as now
th Sr. AvctrsTJXE, May 1855. P. Jacksonville for
\ cirltion. finally carried by an unanimous vote.- 2 of war took place year 1815.1'wenty.tbr .- la
our once glorious and happy utr. of the for the Thereupon the book &brought out and barges, filled with British pnr purchasing: a Hearse for the use Democracy of muter. I 11]
tho z.Tho report agents z: Col. John Darling was elected lid town. I therefore
I There has been D tim ine "days eadh member invited to conic forward and ascended St. River tender you for The American Southwestern
soldier Mary's for the News i:
McDoNorcH estate shows that the interest without opposition on the 7th ult., in Hills- the use of said town said Hearse
that tried men's rouh" &well calculated expunge his name from the roll-when an of burning Maj. Clark's mills. The and har- We had a tine meeting of the Democracy
County to fill the in the urpose ness which is atdc
borough in the
ta try the honesty and patriotism of both i. of Baltimore in that property amounts amusing scramble took place t get to the I General Assembly of tho State vacancy occasioned if is a very crooked river. from Henry A.Bliss now and would possession of Mr. of Sumter on last Monday. The utmost

and people the to about 620,0 well invested mostlyin "foul record" first, some not waiting for a by the resignation of Gen. Jesse Carter_ Marya hundred yards wide. Thr enemy that respectfully suggest enthusiasm preva.iled.ad if we should
present, tl Itcc
our you a plain made
atsn this ordeal real "tateTh pen, but dipping their fingers in the ink t At the same tile the people voted by a intended to land at a place called] off dust Ac. cover to judge from the woc-begone expression oil
and be who passes oncontamin- the black line their keep he
draw over autographs to Camp Pinckney,and march to Clark's mills long"long drawn phizmmhoganies" of-
large majority a subscription ,
ate by the trickery and knavery of the C3? artesian well of Messrs. Me A pious,good old Democrat, who was ort of Fifty Thousand authoriz Dollars by the County which were" situated cut Spanish Creek, Yours, Very SAM'I Respectfully, several diappointed Samoa, who were slip i:1Ca

"isms" that aCio our land will Ray and Newton, between Carolina n party, in detailing the circumstance to' for a Railroad terminating at the waters of three miles distant from St. Mary's river I BrrriNOTos.On ling around the ball poking in and"out, and $

surely secure for htmslr a rstng Bond street, Baltimore,b otne a informant, lid'he noW breathed freer Tampa Bay. This amount, with the $30, Whist the barges were ascending, they I motion, it was seemed distressingly restless we should
Cl. thst he had never felt like an Americanfreeman baled to tImattime'Corpormd Guard'1iad
confidence and of water 000pres-iouslyauthorized by the authoritiesofthe were by sixteen men Resolved. That the Hearee be received suppose
the affections ous supply pure
in abiding "prl
place t line he had been inveigled it the town of Tampa make$80,000 bledg-, under the .William Cone. and that the thanks of Coci be tendered turned out somewhat more lormitlatlo ie
*of the people. He may find for a 73 concern-that a Know-Nothing asa cd by hhillsborough-Penensular. A. soon as they were attacked they fired to Col. Bufflington for ban they anticipated. Thc resolutions! kt

short casonth "the front of honor i a r.tT Secretary of the Navy, the unfit place for anybody, and especially their cannon, but the palmett on both Committee consisting we.A of Messrs. unanimously adopted, we consider as the tih

private.UtionM bit the time is near at Slar has 'given Commodore lllrnaPaulding for a J ef rna Vemocnt.-Montgomery :" Fourteen hundred men are at sides of the river srved as a screen fo urknett and Williams Oak best> we have yet seen published. Strong hrIl.
says, Cones's that the shot was and in diction and -- .
men so from expressive utnistakaU-
the the
when will the highest commandant work in Washington navy yard. enemy 1 IIClj
band b b t4'ate t the present popular proved harmless. In this manner the procure a suitable place for keeping In sentiment they met the enthusiastic* Cljar

scats i the..ynogogua.j of the Wasbington2svyyard,preparatory EX-ECTED DECLINE in FLOUR.-.A letter r. Phillips, secretary t Col barges were harassed for several ,miles, ler and also to have a covering made approbation of every patriot present, ud

-: -- orders for the command of the home squad from Rome Ga says that the wheat is now 1 in Washington, and reports that Cone's men taking avatg of cyeltr or it so as protect it from were adopted with great applause. The

JC3T The Arcadia Cotton Facicsy own roe Commodore McCauIey's connection being cut may, places. 8 you mayex the expedition been entirely] abandon or f the river to fire upn tem ever The following t bill for Corporation dust meeting was large, and composed of the th
b down purpo- honest and of the cuon
shot farmer'
Messrs, rtyth Simpson & Hy r wilL U being temporary.2T rapid decline in The arti- brought m. intelligent to
e by: : cr b purchased by the single sack, of e. selves exposed to so deadly a fire, the see were presented and ordered lobe paid: ty, as well as the oest and most intelligent dc

near Milton, Santa lt county, was tw *n the Connecticut House of B one, hudr pound, at tJ market, for :' Th Baltic .tor Liverpool took barges retraced their course t St. Mary's. .,Ambler&Iloeg,.for swell buck. four townsmen. *
, Isu.timatcdat 60,000-.-only par extnti of the light of .lg"tonenos An,inferior ace,of corn is $. .,though out two hundred and' fifty one'!pgr reported onelmundrcd, and eighty men kitId LI for fifty dozens coi" U. P. Sorrell, A. fi, Lamar U. & for

I usD7 1s JU df-te bra 2 nW qftcri 9 t 1 cfnU. and l,68C,7g.50 sppciejon t h\ and ai}'v. : ;.wounded." pr gr o loore. .



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NItI&I! EipnaUon o Southern ,
\IBU L1cUoThC True I'atfor war in the Crimes sevms destined to ac- Orders from Washington designate Thurs i\ Millitary 'Ac ademy Stale ittntndl 4fitc NEW ARRIVAL, z TILE CIILST.

'a Crr$t America Partj. coniph' a much moro injiortant object day, the 15th of June, for launching the sIR ASTLET OOR UART.. M.ft,

Experience i the teacher of wi&Jom. than that >f Kumb-lir-g the power of Russia. new steam frigate Sferrfmac,at the Charles- THIS LOTTERY U set np OB'the Havana .j BY SCHOONER 'WENTUWORTH. the eminent Medical Prartttfeaer, has WX a. .

*Tb prOd>f the potMinj it in the eatrnjr The l loss of a fine army, and the inglorious I| town navy yard. Great preparations are of simple nwmben, be aa, it if k >ierei > Marine Insurance o. L] E. VT.. CLAnK has Ja* teeeiv an ratable legacy totitt wU to Mia .
to be the ii. assortment of FAMILY CBOCOJES Crtat PrcTCBtatlTt f Cftaaroptiaa.UXFAIUXG .
result of the last have roused made in the most easily uadentoocL u well u the ,
b1.rv L" Tb rccvntty estUbdt : campaign, a being navy yard to celebrate most honorable. or PF.csTLva55. comprising A.D

JTi'Vington, modety sM1ming be i spirit of inquiry in England' which threatens the event. GRAND 8CIICME VOH 234 CWa Fourth and Market-S, Jfuz-r.bus SUGAR, TOBACCO.cf COB FOR mMONAnr

fe!; bitional organ of the KnowNuthnLibti' to break down the barriers of political 4UXC; rLNsSTLtAJtU.cJniitaL Coffee A Crashed! Tarkxn brad, DISEASES 41

ccount8 for the overrrLelniuig defeat privilege within which the aristocracy of JiryA despatch from New York dated CLASS Q; S3OOOO. Stewart's STRCP, SPERM OIL, vitkouf the wee ofAIedicixi*
tim" that country hate so long trenched themselves Thursday eays : Green A BlackT AS, ELEPHANT OIL, fa A. C East invented and advised Wi
of m Virjrraia : TO BE DSAWK 2oD sir WJIIJ.1855, in TUB CHARTRR PGBPETIUAL.JE Ri.* Java corps.;, LTNSSKD OIL. ,
1. AH the Irish on the public wwli and to open a path to distinction to The wilt of Matthews TH. the Messrs. carr OF MOKTOOMC&Tt BCILDIXG3 I'crtsetuatlv!! MIRCHA CIXXAMON.. SPICE, EFLMINQ FLOP, alibiMRDCATEDPTLoMy.sTpRQTECTO&'

toted for Henry A. WIae. men i f talent, irrespective of tale. Hitherto Beach (dtbe New York Sun riewppapers. WHEN PRIZES .1. blSK. rrBXITTRE VESSELS in and XCTMEO, ALCOHOL, -

And sure they couldn't lx? expected to the principal oSices of government to recover damages for an alleged libel, in A-MOUXTIXG TO iainstlssaswdansagsbyfr.Port and their CAROOE-, and. other, Property. Sperm, Adanvintfe sad WUleWmt TflEOAPTSIIOVCANDLEL TO cei4aiia all*permMofaH and a safe sbeM ajpe a again*4 eoadiloos OTOMunptia, M *% '.

tote for "Sam." who has sworn a solemn hate Iieeu hold by a few aristocratic families publishing a police report some fire years $ 0,000 ,, Cider Bronchitis,Astava, Cough, CMd tod Okar affi*. .

oath to turn every poor (loTil of a born and their immediate dependents ; and ago, was concluded this morning in the Will U d'utribnUd aoeordiog to the following! DIRECTORS Calgute's COXFECTIOXARV L ic.. 1 SOAP, Assorted CORDIALS PR.ERT, tioas at the Lungs, which arise boat ttor exposed.
C'atJiol natire or foreign this has been tolerated l that the state of the chest, aicar&ng fa/oaMMf aa4 ta*.
fegnvr, so long Superior Court, by a verdict for the defendants. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME Jotra P. Rutherford, RobertKlntx RAISIXS FIGS, LEMON SYRUP,
born out of every sort of pulIi<* tJtuatiuo, privileged few seem to regard themselves ." Philo C. Sestwick, Alonso. arrIci-', MACCAROXI, SCOTCH ALE, cootiaual changes done cUawte. .W ..

tad to keep him out till doomsday. entitled to perform the ministerial functions EAni remember ereryPrite is drawn at Albert / 0nett; John R. Rnthe&rd, OLIVE OIL, LONDON PORE, "The Protector"b limply. a chmiealrj prnwW 1' .
fur lined with silk end
ptdOed, which
each saspeaaVI
number of Democrats Bat z. The Democratic State drawing, aaj paid WITHOUT DEDUCTION! Alraaf iliins, Samuel Jones. CHOCOLATE YEAST POWDKES .
2. A Large jiIed by a sort of prescriptive right. Maryland from the neck, covers tai chest, la M agreeable a '
f the of their absolute unfitness with I Prize of . . *15000is 113,000 Samuel T. Ji-nes, POWDER. SHOT AND LFAD. it bacon ,.
decejtion.SlmuMi to great
Order Committee
.r ;
tl* rHirjwiRr cope met in Baltimore on Wednesday .a.ressiIy.an4
> lo. . ... 5.000 bt., 5,000 JOHN P. Itt ItPSOILD'resielent.. WINES AND LiaVORS. run.islcee. 3
t wonder if they did ; an 1 the emergencies las become of late, eo glar- last and adopted a rerolution calling a 1 do . . 4,000 ia 4,000 A! J. Q1LLETT, Serrftary.L.ilOR OLD EOURBOX, ilONONQAHKLAan4STAN. ,
"The Protector $ wwenttr btaoda
r oaths tif the when and Slat Convention of the party on the IGthof 1 do. . IL McRORY, Jnckaoarilk 12a. ned into AmerV is making rapid progieoa taro |atbo >> u
tee sccrx-t lodges are. of the press rouse theoppo- a . 7,000 u 2,000 dgeal, OIX K. E.Rn!. SCHXAPPSCOO5I% United gfcttsa the Canada, SoBlb Anoa I

U.c recipwut i Ia tli-pitftod w ith the con- -ition ot the |H.H>pJe. The preiuuS reforms Auust npit. 1 do ... . l,500i. 1.500 Col. J. S.KEFCCCSCCS'AT JAcasoavIu. : Ad BRANDY, CLARET. NBIFFE and tho West lad**. It baa far tang tin*,.
: Its involved in of 1 do. . . lhOOis 1,100 Sammis, C pt. Charles WiDer, MALAGA .
tuCted pnnc.j ttem.fl m England took the shape gradual extenMous Col. John WINES, bean a staple article in England and o*the eoafct
5 do. . Browari, Siu'lN. WUluwm, few
di'a'feeted!! oil linvrs franchise and the JJ2The Atlanta IntelKgeiicer has the in. 1,000ii. 1.000 I La, La.. La. pent of white bias ia eo aitrie '
cf Europe, .
3. 1\xf\ the whig ; of the elective j 10 do . . 500 is 5.000 Cul. Henry Timann, [March 7-tI) AGRICULTURAL grown my s
parly voted fur Wise. ( redress of local grievances. The present j highest authority, that of a distinguished 10 do. . . COO is 2,000 pLorcns HOES.* to the panlio*of aa ariioie of dreav ;
these of ,
850 KCWARD. TO demonstrate facts a yEa-
Very hlclr. A p
in Vinriis-a were doubtless indignant at the i and demands the introduction 25 Jo. . . iooi. 2.50J DEN RAKES AND .
aristocracy that Mr. Kecder has not been sent back to A lina> whilst laying at her wharf in Jacksonilia HOES the beneacial effects of wearicf tbe PvoUctoc,
0 do . .
out the middle class into the higher coun- . 50 i* 3,500 i WHEELBARROWS HAYFORKS .'
of sclhnjr and its oJ the wrraotT f kind. The
ttka montana TO DocraaiM
party prin- j about the Cn of March any
or t inrt.
Kansas Governor of the and 336 do . . 23 __ t.p > a
as is .
c j.ks for a p ? in a Twc. I cils of the nation. That such a change. Territory, 4 9,400 negro man niuncd JULY He is of black oomplexion REAPING HOOKS, CHAINS, coat of wearing these articles is a.. mere trifle, sad .
AI proximation Prizes uf 50 .
is .
4. Virginia on lost to the Know Noth- 1:1 fjiitc of opi o ition, will shortly be ef-- that he would not be, under any circum 4 K do. 4Gm ia 200 160 ; about 29 or 50 yean of age, and has a IIOLMOW SEEDS, Ae.VARE.IRON La. aao will last some years. Ko one wbo valaes thu a t

iars lit their tad management and OUTTL.J j fccte-1. xvu hate not the least doubt ; nor stances. 4 do. do. 35ii. 140 ( surely conntcninee.Hi wife lie is about Palatka 5 feet 10 inches POTS, BAKE OVENS, COVERED SPIDERS health. Tbo of himself Hospiuls or ia bis this family eoontry wJU.aas bo aot vidtoaithorn. akaorecomiaeading I
Lijrh. is tiring at and he is
c..JL1ence. do we doubt that the elevation of new men 4 K do. 30 is. 120 SArCE.PA5Stiu d and enameled, them,bat rtpidly introducing tben.Uaroourt J fi
ia unquestionaWj true. Look, for to stations of political eminence will result j 5 A society has been formed in 4 4 do. Jo. .01s. 80 probably will be that given neighborhiod.by the suV.riber The for above his apprehension reward FRTINU PANS, KETTLES, PATENT Bridly f Co,of London, sal aiancbas-

the bad in the of Richmond d'X Jo. ISis. 60 WAFER IRONS SAD IROX3, leT, England, were originally entrusted with the .
instance at management re- in giving a proportionate degree liberty to aid Southern emigration 4 Ji do. lOij. and eonfinemenrin jail at Jacksonville, or
eicctMm; of Reward in the tlcetion Wilson to the people at large and while it gives to Kansas teritorv.. delivered to the Captain of the boatMarch La, La&c. nanafactate of the Protectory by the fomented .

fri Ma-saehnsctts. in the seditious procrci.ng -j increased stability to the government will 501 Ttlttt amounting to . . $00,000 31-tf L. 31. COX TTER, Rope, Span CORDAGE.Manilla Yam, Selling.Staff, Packing Dr.ki Cooper* origin sad instructions eontinao to,aaMftetaro and therefore aeeosdiatto neat- : -

of that Legislature. and in the infuse new vigor in to the administration For WelaVa. Fha. Yarn, Oakum, Bagging Twins Nat Twin, mend those who would wear "Too Protectors," ta ,

failure of our New York State Council to of its afl'air .-Baltimore Patriot. PRICES CUKRRNT, ONLY TEX THOUSAND TICKETS. Via Palaika
lea diversion the other way. At fur Corrected weekly,far the Florida Weirs', by Ac, te Abo- Rcvnixa THIS u A ITAJIZ ASTICUE, Axa 99PATSJTT 't S
& Tickets Halves
SP-- 81-Quarters S2.SAM'L : The steamer SEMINOLE Capt.S .
>nfiilence'of ttie Kn nr Xothit Second Failure of I'aje, Bacon & Co. VM. S. l A WTO N *t CO., ..... NAILS, HARDWARE, WHITE LEAD, PRUSSIAN MiDicnrc.
-ort-r-o -
the PORTCLL will Welaka
Sea Island and Short Coltnn. Factor SWAN, Agent and Manager, proceed to on
, \ i# likelv that thf money wh.eh they Tlie following account of the circum- Ala. Wednesday ltd inst, and continue t*m.ks reen- ELITE, CHROME GREE5.T RETAIL PRICES. .
r1 Commission Merchants Montgomery, &k with other articles, a nspeHable tl JeaA. 2
Forwarding $ lar that \VeJueaJay r comprising Curr'a S.IM, - ,
I s' ?in't in Virj.niaanJ in Vir inu would t tip stanoes connected with the second failure of Oiarleilon S. C.JCNE. Agency at "APOTHECARY HALL," thereafter trips to nutil further place notir evr'ry*. ether Stock, which wilt be OM iw/r Ctuk.KJT LAWS do. - 1,00 4*. '

a duzen iLuIj new pajfrs in full blast < Messrs. Page liacon & Co.. as given in the 5, 1855.CTLAN'P WELSH and Jcstrs Jacksonville, Ha.Tno For freight or parea c pljf (ojan3Mf Positively 40 extended credits giren.U. Dvia'ftNissisdo. - Tide. 1 S
As 's
! ,in tli time to tl.'ti end of the PrcaiJcn.irtren. B'SBL'E A IL&ItCOVRTBRADLET A CO, .
nJ A'. 1" I'raU. Ilan Francisco eurrespondence of the New COTTON.-TU sales of Upland Cotton Sworn Commissioners ta tnpenntenj the Itmwinj CAyOYA. Ajr/ts april 23-1 1 At tlit old sUaJ, Bay street. 33An Street 102 Nassau Stree*. ; "'

York Tints will be found to be sufficiently the past 4>
Gu&U Humor Ia .Virginia.V prices. Our qauUtiaas are irom 9 to IJ 1.2i.U Btteo led to ariJ conSJentu'!. DricLlaylng, Jie.rP Wines, Liquors aid Segars. Prmct pal Warehouse, 102 Wood Strut CAsiuwiAb | ..* S

rrnis: Sentinel makes the fullo .v- i comprehensive: pf>nni. Fort Games Accadoray Lottery. HE ,nb'wrlber desires again to offer his servi1 TJLACKWOOD t CO.hv.just rsceh 4 a fresh London, Manufactory. 44 MarUt $Sf tt2l en- j *
remarks the xJ Tire arrival of the steamer Sonora.on the per ccs tu his old frieni* sni the public, in the J3 supply of WINES,LIQUORS and BEG ARS, cAnter, Lnglandr- 4 .
hum >K'U en g fixJ.n-.i RICE-Clean S3 25 to 6 1-9. Prices $
r.- lt ''list bmuzht us the disastrous news f.zlUng. performance of Plain and Ornamental Plastering, at their old stand OB Bay street and DOW offer to H.B.ACoane.tablisbingDepot.fee'th.esl* ,
L l ch iu> f.Iiet1!! the recent excited state that Page i Uacon of St. Louis had GRAIN-Corn, S155, to SU3. Peas, &KOto Ly authority cfthe Slate of Georgia.On Bri> klsyin Masonry le He will contract for their customers as choice an assortment as any cf The Protector" in all parts of America. PBTsieians S .
J fo.iiu tLat tae: I agi'H6u brick-work and tf entire Surgeons, Dngrists, Cothiers, Dry Goods, I' '
market offer. sold
$1 25 per bushel. Oats 76 ta BO.ts. % Leat plastering upon can Segars by the thousand
The *B\h-tica of the campaign having pendeii giving a' a reason the failure j jrtnnttaiiccs 92 to ZZ from Lire. As mIght have Store-Keepers are entrusted with !&. j
patch in the execution of all work entrusted to his the deem in bottles.
or gallon,or by
. \>n pUce tu ascertained re-ut>. goixl na- l.ecn eijiecii-d from the npws brought a FLOrR-311-75 to $!SOper jbl. SOUTHERN MILITARY ACCADE3IY care. WINES. wholesale and retail distribution ef then, sad .to -

un-1a, am fS'-nui-iS to prevail and the run was made on the bonkinj house here SALT-Sack Salt $120 to $130. VTe have LOTTERY, AT >lOXCOMERRAla.SMALl'EL He hvJly thinks it necessary to give those to The stock is comprised of CHAMPAIGN, MADEIRA whom liberal tanas are offered fur their enterprise, ., '

i juntj'ke ia hcaidon nil M] .S. Sim as soon as the doors opened the next morn- 2,700 tacks for sa'.e.BACOX SWAN, Manager, whom be is known any strine aa to the quality SHERRY, CLARET, PORT, Aa. ned and a splendid business.opportunity opens to then fee aa(4 .' *

ii .JL.c:4: m u.rtd for, and s&-srM are of- i rouul 11 1-2 to 12 l-2 General of his work, a.-in that repeu he has heretofore LIQUORS. prufitable '
ng-the steamer arriting the nijht iK-fore. -Hog s pcrlb. JF. AWTKHY. Agent: of the above Fer terms anply-to
hi the satisfaction.
I. rn ; '"it i- tMI4) "1-a* seen hm"of !lau7il1l' -. at s vaunah would : given to prtnm in-jtt perfect Old Cognac, Otard,Martel and Anton! Currean. "
lint little excitement was mairtfested during -j COFFEE; -n 12 to 121-2ctper pounj announce He ie >e<.ifuty solicits a renewal of the patron- IIARCOURT. ,BRADLEY. CO, .
1tt wUre are the 1 The Know has opened tn ofiice on Croughton, between i Cognac White Brandy, Old Holland Gin, and 3SAnnStr..w-TorkC.L |
the run--all clasps of the community t StG.P-6 to lOet. pet Ib. TTLite and brown age of his Mlow-ciliteui. JOhN IVERS.X .
: uili: feel that they It.-w'c ken badly Drayton acd Dull! streets, where he u daily! di'- Il-Cm Schnapps, Bourbon, MonoBgahela,Scotch and Irish -

, lj \b\ \\t\ <.* ef their order ho kept the repressing regrets at the wiffortunc, or j WINE Longworth's of Ohio, at from *10 to trhutr. prize tickets amon; hs nuinerona oorrcsP' v. Whiskey. Jamaica and Santa Cms Rum, Porter, BY ROYAL LETTERS 1'.tTINT.

1 1JM 1 that kncuthn We rather tLc uUiinderatanding us regards j $15 p'ir den f.ir chimp SBe aai dry wines. >n If tti aaJ! patron,. TUo prizes inSet be drawn Insuivent! Nutice.T9.tAC Ale different brands and on draft, Cbaaipaigne THE HYDEOMAGEK
.k<. tLcy :
t an shipments; of gold dust that has occurred j We are Agents furthest \Vines. I ITOBACC' by sums one ant when drawn, are paid without X. C EITOUD, Administrator Estate Cider, Cordials, B ttsn, At, to. 0* ,
< ark. that the
, -art out pKa antly rtu letneen the bt Louis house and the hou 1 1at I duconnt. The fallow 105 la the I SEGAIiS.Of C.
e 1. of William O. Bafuid, late of this comity WATERPOOr ANTI-CONSFMTINE
' the for Virginia and North Carolina 15 ta j! i :
ras w iv fn-aU-i-t
M |arty the most apprured brands.
thi? place. 1eforee'mmenctnrhusines GIAND SCHEDULE FOR JUNC. i S iirx"i''"l, having Slot ia my cdiee a written sug-
< i. aul I t- Know uihing lur l\injr. 50..is. \ ;
in the morning we are informed that P. 15. CLASS 2. C>sti in cf the Iiwolveney of said Estate. This is, 1"
i iTo
vvl.! i The 1 lenio- State. Yellow Bank Fine Cot in tin James Riror MarvracTtaAD a
: at U* evtr pru-lucwl. 1 i Co had $31; .oo() in their faults which j ttprefore. tu notify all persona havingdemnndsda- fjp, S
. ; ;b I.. I. ha*me pot .itr their frijit. (fur ; to and thoso who SEA ISLAND and SAW GINS-Price? from -te drawn Jane 13th ia the City of AtiaitaGa t h proiei sal utheutij te 1 in the office of the Sun Cured, ant a rariety of the eboieest brands. BRADLEY 4 C0n ; .

c wa.a. well *xjnfs.. it. we wire ldyr was paid depositors ; procured I i SI,1C* t<> *I, >0 each. We are Agent for Clemens, wiles PRIZES AKOrtTING TO Ju.le, of Probate fir Decal county, bv the eevciv- 44 Uarket-St, Manchester. ,
attachments the preceding n ght. In 3 O O O O tooth Jiv of July n-at pnsoiuw, at which time To Let. Principal WarthauM, 1C2 ITood-Strtet, Cfoaf .
rt t.iHIt I arv. 1 t'tf 1 j n in.j;VMt.TV w ft h jrvat the wonnng. Page. ISacun & Co. coiJesred | Brown A Co'i Gins, botb Sea Islanl and Saw. Will be
"..ii r. Oj>- f her.t lnt we liwe teen MAGNIFICENT sail -t the creditors thereof.Oiven four sized meals 38 11&2 Jfawy-Street /*'
judgmrnt in the amnunt of 4100.000 in i iIUor SCHEME estate amcn g 1 good rooms on the ground fleer, and Any-trett i ..
,. :!i t. M ft iti) whi! it ha been pn'p'>&- of the guarantors of the time certifij Marine Intelligence. J.J' Anl rcmiMnbcr every Prize draws) at each i iprawirr tinier niy hand and the Sell of the two rooms up stairs. The yard is spacious, and Tort, U. S. | .

i :.- u t! .- fumr l lf S.us. und Uy issued after the first I j aud paLl *htii due WITHOUT DIS- Court of Pnbtttc "f Duvol county at the there is a (good well aa4 out-hoosos cm holee preny- rp8s Hydromazsn U a valuable discovery I*. 3 -
catt-s supen-iun intaediately i
. Probate office in Jarksonllla! this the of J. the feet from damp or cold, sat '.
S ...-! *:s.I! which. eiiri"Uy! cn 2i! i POUT OF JACKSONVILLE.ARRIVED. COUNT. I Enquire protecting
.. .:. t'. lnt.iv. Job via. I'r.for after conftSs.on of judgment an | 1 Prize of. . . . . $7500 seveuteecth day January.. A.I). 1355. April 23, 1855.-4t. H. K. V. CLAIH. therefore a preventatire of many Long diseasos,
: we
excculiun was issued and placed in the I" . . . . 5000 FELIX LIXIXGSTOX, Tfi hout any doctoringvholettT. The Hydrotasgca 2is .
_ .nt ''f ]t s.tr.y and know n . < of the who upon 1 1" . . . . 2000 Ijje LOST OR STOLEN
>.UM u &J 1I\ up ra earth areafchaiou of the On June 4-SUir. P. C. Furgnson, Farris, Charleston. 2 1000' j shoe. -audifaied ch>ractsr is a powerfal aatin t.
\. y nu-i. un lil preach fr 1I *.> ca*y a text the prupertv hotsc there left in CLEARED, 5 . . . . . 500 i Hurst .Circuit Court-tpr4ng Term,I 8. : /rFROM, THE SUBSRIEER, at the 30irtvrer dotetodLeat. .
.11 tt:=t. It is a* liUralJx_ api-Ikubk-! > that closing ws nothing 10 . . . . . 2'W JASIt McRopy, JR, TLViwe >* springs, In Marion Co, East Florida, For Geatleme?It wiH La found agreeable warn) < *
the vault beyond some -SGUOfJor Sj'.OOO. Juno 2-?chr. fieorsK Petinrill, Bnst' n. 13 100 f.'rtheu0eof Arracnuwv' on vr about of lit of December, 1354, a small sdhesithytqwearInthecoldestornini.stwantJs- '

u-t. at i! fniM-ral of a ma<''n who had in dust, which had been placed the"c on 6-?clr. Joseph James, ?mith, Phila IrlpLia 78 . . . St)1, 1 Cii-or, > 213 11I.ronr CHE3NUT SOllREI, POM" HORSE, about six er, as tbo foot cannot become wet if the Hydroaageqis
;.. i r.-lied l lv the falling of a l.i'nney al Sthr. MJT Flower, Willmru, X. -fork years old with three white fret, flaxen main and inserted. Ladies wear the lightest soU4
?pe<': deposit. 120 . . . . 25 j may \
i.:j2 f$ hA.I jit tiais'jod and den1e1 The amount of attachments which have I 7"-Brig Adslena, Willikin, New York 13 Approximation: : Prizes amoaoCag to . Ct> J. II\CA tail, and well pot up, and is what might he termed boots or shoes in the most inclement weather with) i ,
t :j : "t < r they rest from their laburs. lirig .M'inticello, Brown, Lath. TIlE I'Liinti7haviisg sue.! oat an attachment in | a natural pacer. Any penoq taking up said impunity ; while Consumption, so prevalent among j.
btxn their 14I .5.i
. 1 tiH-T u ,ve stated case, the Defendant and all hore and addressing the subscriber at "Trouble the young of our country, may be thwarted by
I iidsnient? conf .Hid. S WU( .tAW. Araoupt i iI ONLY TEN TIIOPSAN0 XUMPERS! ( other? intorslud wi U take notice <-f the same, nod some, Clinch county, Georgia," will be handsomely their general adoption. They entirely ruprrttdt .

[<""rn j.< .! -e of ihe Uoltci<>re Sun.] I of Attachments satislicd. S03.947.70. TotallaIitc. | AUCTION SALE. Tii keta S5 00.-Hu'ves aol Q-nrters in propr.rJion aj'jx.-ir cr.J pe-ij! tu the darkration Clod therein. rewarded for the samo. over-fu, as the latter cause the feet to pjrspirein '

I lit .Ni w Uuano Inland DikCDier by : S3-C-01.83. What the a setts I II | R\r.r on all banks in fjool tsn'linjc taken at par.All B. 31. PEARSON, March 24-3m JOHN T. AL.IE2T.HARTRIDGE a very unhealthy manner; and.besides, an not .

iiarlcan.. are we have no means yet of a.-ccrtaiiing.! I II .te1 WILL le sold for the benefit *cf all eonfJL Communications singly coot lenty.! | March 10 l3;>-3m Plaintiff's Attorney. dangerous wear to pedestrians in icy weather, like '

The ccw piaio island which I mention* I but conlMenoe tE felt thai they will ccrneil. oq Tues
I j the wllit-r d.&y. a< lu in fallen ir.tu cover every their liabilities. Some an..vty is !:I 1>+:a of Amelia Ialaii4 shee sue now lie--, the AMren, J. F AWTKhV, I C SKIFF Administratrix and in store, and will sell at a small ad vanie appear extremely large, the Hydromagen boin | '
BIRl her CARt (), TACUEL, HAVE of cork a .
BONNY thin slice
I Brie 25 Creel Sjvai.nah fia. CA7AI.INA a mere prepared, peculiarly pIn-
.ViM.an hands u tMl the liird Uluid May Ag't, AJminl-tratur of all arid ginuUr CASH, the following articles, via:
WO 000
ft It ia regard to the sent home APPAREL aii.1 FURNIIURE SIe at 12 m.I re'po. j' ce ,inside, does not increase the siso of the boator '
i. it Claimed fir Capt. SUlr,n, in op- j by P.. 15. i!: Co.. on the Golden Gate but |I ROBERT SNOWBALL, Ma ter. CJF I.KTTCUS RFZMAIN'INC; ; th. p > !., eha'T!U, rights an'l cdis *>f'Oci GROCERIES AND PROVISION'S. cause the foot to appear m.tidy. To Children they *

j. ,- tIn t-' the! adtErac claim vf the itatcI it i. thought it will be K-citred for the a- j! Jaeks'nille June 2th IS55. IIT tbo Post Office in Jacksonville cr. the 15tJi )I | >Tg this iVtokiE day Clcd, tile in uf tuu office county a written, de"-eavl, havi Iii i Flour, barrels, half barrels! and sacks; Maccarvni are extremely valuable, as they may engage a\ '
Vuwwela.I I tay suggestion j Batten Lard Uou menu Sides 3iscki.re1Cod exercise with comfort and healthy effects. Theta l \
: merit of the draft*, and that no loss will May, 1555. of tie iroorenor.'f $ail estate: ; ; ; ; C |
I rtfiTivd to tli< new Uin! <] uhkh isn i-.iitained.. Attachments on the branch i $25 Reward A LaiJlaw, Jlr. This u, tucrefvire, to u-Hjy til having Fish; Cheese; English Dairy; LayerRaiskns la t expease is so slight as to scarce need mention; be* i f
naun-lrM aud the locath of uiiich i f 5 RANAH'AY from the auir'riLer on the .tlexaaler, F. A. 31 dpcian atniret said estate to CIo the tones and quarter boxes Brandy Cherries; C oeo- sides, those who patronize them will Cad their y or- | | .
TV ? : same,
!hon..t- at Sacramento issued to the duly *
were the FraneU 31ne late; Lemon Syrup; Coffee, Rio,Old Governmt' Java ly doctor' bin muck diminished thereby. .
anilic' 4tb dar of April Ust, A ncM man by { AnJis, L D. and 'nBthenitcntCtl before the of |
I fw-tat present was Lfm lit araunt of $vi i
i> tiw r.otioe of th e FarIElvrb CluU! of New 1 S-0.000. and the other fur S'i.OOO, were about fire frcet sight inches high, itout mule. I R .Master, Rsrihiel, May next, at whish time y there wul bo a rata Young Hyson ; Sugar, Crashed, Coffee, Porto Rico sale is increasing to aa almost Incr.4d140 extent i *

V>rV. *cn tvotnlly by Mr. A.
I [.an- nfunhtr u.fonn3tua in regard h'wr in the afternoon. There was a silent i when fr,ken to, suet has smll ere*. Thp aUve I Bellows I Mrs. Mariir.ni.Mj6.-in L.Cone" cr lUora thereof.: [ Sperm ; Florida Syrup; New Orleans Molasses; LivtrpooL QhujoT,Lf eds, Djiblin! Paris,Antwerp, i *. ;
1 P.ewsrJ sill be to who will doliver i 5tcphcn MrEri'le. Henry Segar*, from 85 to $40 per thousand; Tobacco, Hamburgh, and Berlin, our sales reached 1,732,1 j >
Uhiid paid
dise.rtcivd and
t-i tlis rewir am 1mn | any person Witacs the .
Jj of ProLnte and
0:1 the bank from the time of its tay n-.rae as Le | "
openin Virginia, Fig, Rough A Ready, and Tellew Bank 450 pairs of corks Soles This the nnmbea '
Allen Mrs. year .
him to me in Jacksont ille: or bUgs him in any i Bu'h. Marry, Jane ;
i i: of guano arc- .n the morning to the of its closing. [ r -i seal of sail Court, this the ninth day ot Pkklee 1 1-2 gaL and 1-4 gaL Jars wlli far that. tAsk
safe Jail where I can get him. j Erachan, Dr A. F. MtFail, Ellen \\i s j gal ; Soaps, surpass ;
i r sil 1 ju .re a'< uilaut than thoee oft joremtcrj In i\e year of our Lord ono Xo 1 Pale Castile their cf their value 4
< The attachments issued were handed over Jean 2-tf C. M COOPER. I Karonai. X K Mixon, John Colgate's and Toilet Won, the Faculty cpiaisc M .
,. .%.ncha islaad The inland is a rci.t to the Sheriff! and the payment of checks Bnckhoa.'e S L. Myers, ViUium 3 th-jwanJ eight FELIX hurJrtJ LIVINGSTON and fifty-four. caster Sauce, Pepper Sauce; Yeast Powders, Mustard a preveRtativo COCBPS, COLO, Baojtcarru, 4 '

i.-! 'i -ortcrtv Americans! and by them and ccrtiiicates of continued Bratslon, Dennis Martin, Edwin Ginger, Cmnam&n, Spice, Nutmegs, Black Ainuu, and Comcxrnojr. ; ,
drposits asi BEADS Jod< of Probates Dnval j
re County sLADIES' .
Pepper, Cloves Msce, Starch, Sal Eratus, Cook Mux'aSmapr. pair, 35 Crrrs. '
ifly! It i U not laid BarficlJ, S. L. N
i- :2 i ->v a-ta: pjssesied. November 11 1954Gin.Salamander .
i I At the about ,
they were prt-sented. closing Soda Table Salt Shot Lead Powder 1-4 do. do 30 do. i *-
ing ,
It OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Brown, Jlr*.Tkiiata Xelsua! Mm MsrrG .
chart. and i isi.aiatJ
mn < ns.iiy belong, .S'J".<>UOreiuaiudin< tlie vaultncarly! $2X3'M.KJ ,- flrackctt C N. 0C 1-2 kezs.. and canisters. EOTS' A MISSES' do 25 dx I *
l lv no i rganized ovcrznuert. It Laving been Iud out in the interim. For sale by, it!. P. DROWN.Miy (1 lent, John A.Clark. Lightning Liquors, Wine*, &e. X ncx.-From the Retail Prices we make %
)- la'sin.0. and be considered 2-6m 13G; Pearl-gtrcet, New York. COXDUCTOHS. Old Otard and Rectified liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers
may a There u JIB a report current about the streets | James T. Odsun, John Brandy, Cognac; Whiskey, very ,
'Kriliot. The of it These the Safe Monongahela, Old Family Rye and Old so that any storekeeper may make a fine proSt ot
a quantity guano upvn ,l I here on the arriial of the i-tcaictr. that a i ii Can hloraco t. Og.len, I D.Chapin. are only Permanently (
i-t.. juatt-J atorer two UILliofls: of ton.ail .. P Lewie PCain. UGHTRSISG RODS Bourbon; Rum,Jamaica and New England; Gin, their sale, while they are an article they may bo )
draft of Lucas Turner & Co. had been
i I ji'tutted j Holland and Pale Wines Madeira ia store, class of goods.Fv .
it can be l Lroeht to and suld i-LORlUA UAlI.-KotP OoMPAVT, 2JacLaonrille Dempsey Price, J. ypt invented. ; Champagne, kept any among any .
ourprt.i ,. Duncan Sherman & Co of
by May 26, 1:455. J"VTOTICC Cohrau, Sties F.dy 2 Paycoo, Frasithin 2Carver. THE in'roUtionispeifjc't, and not subject to Sherry, Port, Tenerife, Claret and Msdaga; terms, apply to
at j J a ta-or Its than Iiaf the | netof New York. Such the Cider Ale and Porter. 70URT, BRADLEY 4 COH 3
not Champagne ,
was case ; it was is hereby sit en that an asse.smenti. Dr If. Pemerut-, Daniel K. 5Clnk impair as ia the! caio of tho-e of ordinary ccnstruestruction. .
t..c PiTuriui gtiano to wliich i it j is equal .- order for the draft which had for Paints and QIls, 33 Ann Street, New-Yerk.
imply an j .\ of one per cect on the ?t a:. er> re'jvt a- a frtdzer.Th j I been rvAif-ed. and it was this order which j has been male payable upon the trenty.oixth of Capt. CoGn Patr..k. John inttrc.tej in the -.ecurty of their houses, will sa- Paints-White Lead, No 1 and pure, at Charleston
article Warning
American owner have male arranpv- '' was protected and not the dmtt which June next. GEO. W CALI- | Conklin, Mi's Mary 2 Ps1get, amnrt thfv thcwsl esbv colling on Mr. A. M REED, I prices; French Line While, a pure ; Oils, ,
V! <.vt* t-> a-q taint lLa (luvtniu ut, c*nihoniiaUy tiuki'S all the diHere-net- the! world. may 20-t-l .* Secretary ('tevelan I henry Parody, hire. Julia of Jabluonvjlle, FU., or ilr. WALTER KIPP, Linseed, Salad, Sperm, and Lard. Ev Daisy not: harbor not in your mind ti* .
:! tLc value I Cbiie, Mi htainab I'otrido, Henry.Ca1lwell. our s .Ie Azcnt for the erection of these rods in Hardware. sentenefof fools'philosophy, that a ditto wiZ t. .
wuu and locality of the J'eh KCurwin EactriarLLt. Axes-'-Lererett's, Collins and Brnffs ; Ames'Shovels g\cured of itself, or that yon can care it with eec

l-ia:1. and tolich aJfjuau govtrnaici.tr EXCIIAIMISGV1VkA I..LR5AtLE WILLIAM it!. TUNNO. yathan 1. Rout, A. F.B DWYEH 4 AtGJINBAFGILf'CAtTIONSo and Spades ; Garden Rakes, Planter'sHoes lain medicines for a few dollars, Beware how yov '

':ectun. TEACTIOX AT THE boviH.-A late num. (Late Tonno, Pinckney i Co,) F.oscnhtttt, L.TieCtinton one U authosized to use Nog. 2, 3 and 4; Corn Mills, Saws, CrossCut tamper with yoor general welfare.

I-r of the Kdfetirn Cljrion, published atPauldin OP .A. O T O 3R. J. S. Rex, A. 31.Dnikt our patterns in East Florid*, but our above named Tenon and Island; Trace Chains, Fifth Ye wild and vicious youths, why win you persist S

\ r L TICKETS FOB IS-'i'I.-Acj j' *. Mis*., giies an account of a hiram C. Rowie, Rebes-eie, Mba Agent (mh3-Iy) D. 4 A. Chains; Grindstones, Trowels, Angers, Patent ia dosing with the filthy nauseating compounds daily
*' T'jn* ttli. new phase thrown upon the swap ASDCOMMISSION reanley, Thomas C. SDefrvest. Wrenches, Pots, Ovens, Griddles, Fry Pans, Spit proffered, thereby impairing your appetie and

p-" : cii l pnrtie* of the country by the negotiated in that vicinity by two ofiu MB C IIAXT, John Spencer, Cot.Daniels To the Ladies and Gentlemen den, Orens, Mime, Bakers, Hooks and Hinges, digestion, and destroying you mentally as, waR M

uvuakction.. the Wlowin! will "jir subscriber, and vouches for the truth of For Florida and Southern Georgia Capt. J. Syle, 11. E.Dorr fling Nails, Hasps and Staples, Shingling Hatchets physically, when you can be cured wi& a few doses .. ..
"," the ba-1 the story. 1 lie chattels which exchanged PRODUCE Joseph 2 SubtIle., II. A.hod OF THIS TOWN AND VICINITY. C. G. Hammers, Manilla Rope, 3-4, 1 and 1-4 of pleasant medicines IToiwboarethusannoy.daodwishto
> i* candidates ,
pninv.ncTit rweing; owners were nothing less than the wives Charles S. Fonimere, M1IL.M. A.t.nury inch. be n*>
f North Comtrcial Charleston S.C. 'TMID subscriber most respectfully gives notice
r 'he prt<5i! !en<-y in IrviO :- i iNATIO&AL Wharf Susan Sail. 11. 11.IseMsaters Saddlery. tired to heath and rigor by a treatment at cone
ol the who Mere on the eva of Gin L that be has removed his establishment to Oocanstrevt
parties emigrating
May 19} And 37 Bay.Ktreet, Savannah, Ja. [ Mexican and Wagon
IIEMOCRICT-Henry A. wise Elwin Smith, J. 11.Daly Saddles- Kentucky, Spanish pleasant and effects.sbOU4 consult Dr. MOR*
and between Messrs. Ambler tHorg.
f' ta_ er Feniatkln Wm l. of New York. I IKcw aa they eventually did.-the one to Silas Margaret Shepard, John E.F ., aol near Parkhnrst Biy> ( t Adams' stoics where he ; Collars'Kip Split and Hog Skin; Padded BIS. His success m chronic diseases has be i
NOTHI\C La- Alabama and the other to Texas. The FOR PHILADELPHAI. Sorrey, Will U. Haimes, Green Haimes; Blind Bridles, Cart Saddles greater than that cf any other physician of his day.
f have
fteorjre New is to
, t Clarion refrains from the real S prepared and who hare been for afflicted with die-
giving names Many years
FoOter, Itenry 2 Sumner, Gin.Flir.n. Breeching.Domestics. .
or Hon. Mr. Ioii'tkn.wwhui.LCLk i iJ1 New Route to Niagara Falls, the Great
of Ffehsht SODA WATER & LEMONADES ease or resulting from excess bans
the faithless and calls them Lakes and Canada. John J. Schlesinger, .t Co consequences ,
rOaSt1IPFER' ( fl oaTI'raN Oladiah and Dick but record the circum- Northern Fountain, l'ietv Starkie, Cot. 3. 2Fisk and a variety of Osnaburgs, Coweta and Oswego; Denims, Tick' been restored to health and Jigag under his reallyeintific

J1 cr.ost.iys.Ihn. W. H. &warj. New stances of the tran&.actioii-huw, they went Fare f553: >: Reduced. Dr. Samuel A. Sexton, Elizabetn Fruits lags, Shirtings and Marine Stripes; Florid Fao- treatment S. 0.1S :

r*. or Sonieb >dy cUe j From Savannah thruigh to Niagara Fall, S2S, Sokolowsky, MarknsGonjwin. tory Thread- Should a personal Interview W objectloBaUa,
M\MAinr' Mrxrn into the woods bat dow n on a long and entered and distance shorter than by any other Route. C. II. T Such a* the Charleston market cia afford, and Wood War. *c. state your disease ia writing-enclose fire dollars ,
tTT Tirsn For
% with strict attention business will '
JV.-lrnt upon the business; how they came '1 'HE well known SrI tHs side-wheel Steamship Gault, Thompson Taten, R. T. hopes that, to Backets Painted; Tabs, Cedar and Paiattd ; address Dr. W. n.MORRIS, through the Rgfc.effice -

Hon. Jokt-ph His*.' Via Prcsi-* near spoiling the trade because Ube's wife 1. KEYSTONE STATE, Capt B. HAB- Green, Catbrme Taylor, Rer J. J.GanoruMr. continue to merit an equal share of ACOSTA.their patro I Well Buckets Bail Boxes,Xests; Brushes,Serai-. Savannah, Ga, and a package qa.dIS1D's| ,
!nt *. Patterson. \ for C. nage. Shoe, Hone and White Wash, Brooms, Wire, securely put up, will be seat pmately and with '
was a critter b a d-jzi-i tilE.salle from Savannah Ph.ladelpbia, every Tippens, George
"younger years
> ; 29 1955.-of.
It uil! thus be seen that New Yolk as and how after much ohaSL-nng. the difference alternate Wednesday as fullosr i May lid I June Gan on, Mi;.. S. A. J. V April Hearth and Wisp; Stftre, brass and wire; Axe despatch, full directions therewith, and noqmes-
h..r.tct.re. will hold { and 13th 1st Graham Duncan M. M. 2 and Helves, Matches Bed Cords, Plough Lines, tioos4eked. .
a prominotit vx ition 6th and 30th ; Joly 4th ; August Yangbt, Ice Creams Confcctleury .
<" the wa finally equalized by the generous the II Verdriu J. II Clothes Pins, Table Mat Persons living at a distance afflicted with Scre. '
romms campaign. She ha'eptrhaps 15th cot 29th, Ac 1% leaving l'hilolelpJiia undersigned has the honor to announce to ,
< T' two. thrre.may idcn- p. ojx>.al of Dick to pire ui the way of boot, intermediate Wednccdays A* regards speed, Hamilton, Dr Thomas Viney, Washington THE Ladies dad Gentlemen of Jacksonville, HARTRIDGE it TIMANTS expect to keep ft fnla, Old Uk 5,, Tetter, Cancers, Piles, FistalaAm lq .
or even pre a A and calf two and old and W supply of the above articles always on hand, and Gravel Sirtctarea Glints, or disease what
ta. hriies en goal gun strength and accoinimidations, there i* no hiprun- Howarl, Charles that he bis removed his any
in the ti<.4-l. In thin view bathe KEYSTONE Watson R. H. will supply Dealers and Planters, at as low rates ever of an aggravated or malignant character,eaab
m an ox bill. Tlie ie.j ?ctive children of the Ding on the coast superior Hwlilnr, A.hl.y criorrar
cusses cons
-at are oar Know Nothing abo-it 1 WllJ : tw t reuiai ie4 with their STATE. Smooth water 109 miles on Delaware IUrrins, Cupt G. Williams, R. C. as they can be obtained in Charleston or Sara; eared at home by consulting Dr. MORRIS, by .
J *< .ck to Law and L'* lire oak p'.at-! > m ier< respect- Bay ant River; only two nights at sea. Cabin harris T. WUiiams, Miss M. A. to Parkhurst 4 Aiitts' brick building, where he nah, with freight added. letter post paid, enclosing a foe.

'f.r'y or bl! bark from Virginia the i.g fathers and, iMth their strangely ac- Passage, 8201 Steerage, 99. llavnes, Warren P. Walker, George A.WitcbheadMrs.J.E.. will keep constantly on hand a choice assortment Jacksonville, Fla, May 5, 1355. Medicines pleasant and safe, can b* teat pee mal) ,

* tJioiw anti.slavery al! an v of upon Ma* a- q i-u-J i-ttji-nioihcr*, followed them to the This Line, in ounnection with the new NorthWestern Hargrove, Clayton. 2 of fresh Candies, Plain and Ornamental Cakes, %Florida Republican copy. to any part of tbe United States. .

r.. ? sate of the r auloption. Rail Road Route from Philadelphia, at. J Walker, J. M. Toys and Perfumeries. Particular attention gives to the treatment off;
HS Let
" tlic New York Kn..w Noth-. f rd'j the shortest, cheapest and moi>tjmtere ting Jennings, Daniel Weaver, John M. Capt. Orders from parties will be thankfully received, NEW ARRIVAL.APRIL m&U i rl inta. Ladies vho. may bo afflicted.
''i.: prtparu t<. show themselves and their I II' 3 WHAT is MiBRiAGt ?"-l"he marriage Ruute from the South to Niagara Falls, the Great Jenkins, C F. Wallace, David and jsronptty attended to on the shortest notice.rTAr with Irregularities, Pious Alum, qe Whites, Pro, .
..cj at Philadtlphia. X child's of btone much Cream Saloon Is now open to receive 13. Uteri, or Failing of lbs Womb, wottld dq
more I Lucy is attracting as atten- Northern Lakes and Canada ; pairing up the Valley Johnstom, William P. Walker, A. W. apsns
v&y ,)uw. If Sam'' is a cnpple. hi hack ti-'n as she cool,! desire, Well wo wish of the Scbnylkill by Valley Forge, through Judge, Charles Worley, John visitors.- L. M. AUBERT, Agent TUST RECEIVED well to lay aside an false delecacy, and prompUy

f2bL! be rnen.led In-fore he can co inta bat- j her jur of her nuptial and her-noterie-1 Reading, the famous Coal region of Pennsylv Johnson, Mrs. Louisa Walker L. M. Jacksonville, April 21, 1855.-4tJ. J 7,200 BUSHELS" CORK; consult the Doctor. Cores warranted.J3T .

it ajt'n.' Aw For > A isis, Willianvport, Elmira and Canaodiagua, and Jordan, Capt, N Uon.K. Wilcox, John C 1,100 OATS All letters to receive attention most b
/ under
/ roi.. ty. marriage protest" seems a reaching Niagra Falls and the Great Suspension .Wilcot,Ira Holmes, 75 BALES EASTERN EAT postpaid, enclosing a fee. Address Dr. W. n.MOTRI3 ...

ZITflOD.sT: ACADEMIC IKSTITCTIOX.: ._It queer sort of thing, but it may be a very Bridge ia sisteso hour from Philadelphia | traversing > Kemp, Richard Y 100 JTo-'Z Street, N. T. 60,000 MAINE BRICK; Savannah, Goo.CfT .
, for all that. In reply to a .. 5 BBLS. ROSENDALE CEMENT; Consulting Rooms, Ko. 3 Bryan street
I ptized pleasant one a country unrivalled ic the grandeur and Kimberly, David 2 Young, Robert njpsite S
toctatheh of YelV *
attention to tales
) a seminary of learn-i question with which Lucy nsed to begin beauty of its scenery Through Tickets, allowing Easter, Reuben York, John \T7ILL\ pay particular 6 PLASTER PARIS ; Monument Square, Jaly 29-2y .
oa igh grade in Washington I how Pine Lumber, Lire Oak LIME best BOekIsnd
60 )
city (
on and 5 L Charles ; '
of her is to stop at intermediata poietj resume Young, "
one speeches namelyWh passengers
Joint *tock princJpU under the 230 BUSHELS IRISH POTATOES Take Notice
patron. their journey at pleasure, fur said by the Lin I, Mrs Cathrin Z ; ,
Ie rf the Metbodkt EpUcopal Church. It oarriagc ? the Putt aji wtre
! wd that the capital stock shall hal like to know 7" The Post was right, Yells, tU 8uspa iun Bridge Buffalo, 928; to Lacoeta, Joseph July 7-tf 30 SUGAR; partnership formerly existing between T. fHEUDSJCKS

*000. in COO ahares of SM each Lucy did wish to know, awl baring "taken Flmira. 926 ; to Canandaigua. $27. Persons calling for any of the above letters will Copartnership Notice. S DRIED APPLES ; and JAIBS H. Cause and knows M -
kMma each fchare M follows gG on pay be- her time1 to consider the matter (ai "Lu- Agent at Savannah, pleasesay they arc advertised or they may nor get The undersigned have entered into a Copartner 10 TUBS BUTTER| the firm of Hendrieks t Chess, it this day dissol-.

*** the first of or cV" is so often advised to do in the popalor May 19-6in C. A. L. LAM AR. them. Wit. OBOTIJE, P.M.Jacksnnvi'le ship for the Practice of Law. K BBLS. LARD" ; red; and that all persons owing said Arm, win
day July next, and
S4 10 KEGS
oo MCQUEEN MCINTOSH, make payments to Done other tbaa m*. or my amtborited -.
tl frt Ethiopian ineodyshe has, at last, kith- lj ay }5, 1835. "
day each and 25 NAILS
TerT month NOTICE. ; also that
entered tb FRANCIS LWHEATON. agent; anpersoq aro hereby .
'eafter until the whole w paid. Any cutely Loly bands padlock arrangement between the parties iaterested Leon SALE. Jacksonville, Nov.19,1354-If.Prlrate 15 BOXES SOAP; warned not to sell any goods er other property ta.
(cautiously putting the key in her own BY A VALUABLE tract of Land Amelia 5 BBLS. RFRNING FLUID; aid roea"ale.
1'flta1ing ten sharea at one time .ihall fur the purpose winding up the busicenf on firm; tori will not bo rcspgp&l* for .
*! to a erpetuai acholarship with pocket.) and can now answer the qoection of the firm, the undersigned will sell at public auction island 9 miles from the contemplated depot, Hoarding.MTHE 5 SOLAR OIL; I
t. What is T for Yellow Bluff containing 730 acres good planting informs 50 PAIR OARS ; will at Sfrgaolia for
t'flt1ee of the instruction marriage herself. The at Jacksonville, on {onday Cut )&h day of subscriber respectfully the % I keep aa agent tbe
* the an given pubIc will except it tun. -Take your time June next the Mtoyine propert/ land. There ia on the premises a small dwelling hat fee is prepared to* accommodate a Also a large and aandioiaa stock ef JLK.SI- collection of debts, and disposal tf the remained.. .

' m>titutiont except musk modern Mrs. Lacy." but answer that favorite 4 tiro Steam saw Mdt epmplpte with a house, and out house, a cotton Gin and Gin house, limited number of families, er single persons, with TEaR, SASH, DOORS, and BLINDS, with aa propentyfoetbe benefit of tbo creditors.

"pnajM.; nd the ornamental branches, j of -Jike interrogatory good dwelling meg house, Negro house and about twentyreigljt all rf which together with the premises, will be good board, at reasonable rates. extra assortment of CARPETINGS, WOOL, T. J. gEXDRICRg. ;
u* wall also be entitled yours a man. Avvcf sold reasonable. of the SILK, COTTON, HEMP, OIL-CLOTH, and
to any dividend "under acres (lined ; Also two lots in Jacksonville The boose j jss l Jn a pleasant part
"smins the atock held by him. it Frotest, if you must, tut' giteos ; about Jlvp hundred acres of good timberland Also, two small tnctjcO the south end of the town, corner of Ocean and Monroe streets, Jacksonville STRAW MATilNQ. AH' of whib we an offering FOR 8AU3 TO CLOSE A COXt7ERX\
the answer. Wh.at is niarmge' [ of hundred and the other fifty at Dtodevato prkas.
? A on Black Creek: about twenty eight acres slaod, one two Flonda. A COY. MACHINERY for
ZrA: New York letter dated on Hum.thousand backetors-ten thousand spinsters ef land on Trout Creek, one Iron Safe, one mare acres containing a I Disroot growth of Live Oak. January 1,1655-tf. April 14-tf ELLIS 4 LED.WTTH. VALUABLE work of erery description Cpn'I sac!*
day J : Provisions are coming down a Jit. aye aching to know._ Colt, and elevea good negro men. Term made Also, a tract containing one hundred the and St. thirty 1IILIKERY.1TRSnARKNESS as Fray's SASH 8TICKnr& and .34Dfl*
* the SeMen tract on Mary'siver.
* ls-" he known op th*day cf sale.Witt acres adjoining
can boogbt for scbineswihIV9tBincbes wlds,1si'ss.
orday 25 3. JI Roclieabangh ) A
tnt. THE MACMTCDE or THC EARTH.-According also U s 14oqBrad4oeki Island oo Kaesaa Apply to / having located k Jaeksoa1V1 MORTICE: BOURIXO
tipiund and ?OwW i> fce.ry.Of
from t Bfh-
new potatoes BerrIV
JOHN SL PONS, 4gtnt, would
the GSNERALCOfMISSION Till, Fla, respectfully inform tte
L141 at I3I5tJ to a recent authority UwerPteocWe4ni.dytb.20thty of work-.verysuple. SCROLL SAWS, 4o.
bu&luuL' Price of beef! uf the CJoUc U twenty-fire thousand next: A twe gang Steam Saw Mill template, withdwell'mr. Jacksonvilla. May 12. 1855tI'PC. MERCHANT, 1 ladies thereof, sad surrouAdif cooatry, that she AIM, av, n fine 20 hors KNQINB-nearly. '

ffiSS *due $130 lf lo i iJlartimerTbaasoo and twenty miles, It u not co easy tycomprthpnd negro and ware houses, and twenty acres .'. Hale or Rent ( \\2ptarl Sired, 1V5. T, will be happy to receive any Borders' ia her line, aew, built ky Cameron, MsDerand 4 Mustard i
entrusted to h Mon
be Residence
ef land; about twenty-seven hundred acre of /-XAREFUI. steaUcflwiU U ghrtn to sales of that may r. on -
>o etupendoaa circle as fo timber land on Nassau River, ten good M* THE EUDSCS1BER offers for sale or rent, ,4_, Cotton Eic Lumber roe street, adjoining the Presbyterian Church.f -
negro men, ia the vicinity of *, Sugar, withi tv*, **.
jrgrst tot but do wniu extent in figures. It becomes sixteen mules, cue bone, fbnr timber arjs, one .EHhfc: dwelling Creek b' use which U the Eastera Fmegan'skUl other Southern Pro-luce. Aim," Merchandise'pur-' B. Ladies aad Misses bonnets, fa0- ABT Wbnwtw* *31.b gladfy rrrca, by.Wdressinr -;- ;

tOT th&t 3r ,. better merB palpable, perhaps, comparison, such Life Boat Ac. Terms made known m day of sale. of on the Ilogans Town. The, V"e u nearly new,oeuitdary aa*- chased ba|uie*4lvantageons terms. july9-41 mSt hats, 4o. blacked,pnawd and dyad. (postpaid,) J2SOH. LOPEZ .

u k.0 wa actdeataI1y as this A railway trii traTPying uyxt.antljr ueswi.hsiitoemparkm yell the Lumber busitBBSS comuibdiou* out bouses, a good well sad ia generally April2S-ly. Mar kU-it CharlestoaTZc,. ;
do to attend this
1kd, T1 ut1 at Ann Arbor, Mkbof night and day,at tf rate of ty eq ty. wiy BELLECHASSE sale. a desirable and pleasant residence. vial,. Toning* Ac. C FOR SALE .

I 'here ha $pen
a Sbotg at aanarkjz1'&cddezit.tI toW r w'4 jj. TUe cubical bulk of the The ciartestoa 3f a4 CivaanahC April 28, iSSSrtf.MOTICEf . shortest notice.jjadies 0 Boil ., Pip.. **, ena. -* ITTABTg.DimmedInWy aitbi Orange % dngi .
J3f rwy ,
sach Atwo hsndr d and and gentlemen wi&lua to laant thePjaaoaeafi1osl1ywifl and Bofl Y .teI a good eompefieat Hewskwpst1.1;
uflet pujtb ; sixty Uouand will pleas e pabUsh the abevsaotka till One Seven florae BUassEngiM r com.pleU. .
million bfeibi* mijesj Or. >fdo y $ajs Jie twentieth of June ai4 send biil Ihisoj5ee... A LL thou paring any claims against {b*na. ii. find aa B. opportunity Oli1fSTEbTC anTHEODOR Auageed P.sty.Cook.' .
rials bb Jdenigned present them M onoe plylag A. < ;Circular SawMacbinIP5P'U Uan&etore. .. Ws.e a.- -
: if the Cjrn* the globe *tn Tl please April 2lb3--3ut. Port Office. BoaSJnnni ZsDIcZIN3OyxKsyl24t.
; id Indebted'to the f rm by book, account .
built In form cf.a cvjumn h aM,1ifB nd flnijJijental PlnUng 5 thisi. .
p tip tip n garwdestal H > If a.w'ifluia4. C. ?- esTSUfrTWZITiHII' -..
et uirurmatiuii piU plums settle the same as soon aspo8sibl AH ta. aaorwaaaekmary .
14 hye Len ab'e of the ptagniinda of England aljdWaJet PUB cuqbSis.gsopcriuaAenUy ioc&t.dSi. BLLCu15Eg PIza.4)1: --- sndwlflb.soidlowwessb. -

445b. crops Sooth Florida 'are th* iteightoV thppplumo aroal4b offers his aerrices to;tke ettiieia of JacksoaTiUa jUy 12,1855-tt : SUBSCRIBED% of.rsto 14G10OG ATtIT MOONEY k 000KIN. "J ec S

n arerage, at ka* tea per nearly dhifrnfsnes.- l bt U* above braaehea, aad soHcits a shan JU acfwTid* *nd. Sammeek 11, ta Al* t )(iji2-st .FeMMUrs 4 2f. laints.T re.ivedcoppty& l-l fresa TEAS MflL KacfcJ -
S3t .
IB I & aad ,
the tnnnel dysatriag ) JAMFgHARKNESS.Graintng : B.MPtr n acho county, which win be sold at a barganCMB. fe -: aadGrM*, a<*
naualljaod A through jth eartb from ngiaad ,
t.f7N. L-Ot1diug Broosiar" Ac.s4m A If appUedfortw ..AarinfomuUiookad Hay HajIS HPYZZII adwi raagiM flam he5OdLp5r.P1eaItl1TI
to New Zealaod woc04 be o rly.ighttnoo- zacst.4 with nsa inatck.TtVvT, TT&ZT441 I?adlrufrag n at L'fl BALES, fur sate try from Pekni Tt$CoBpany. at S


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: (.RITY. Approved, D m27i *- '- '. "'- .. ,'- TIlE iiFLORIITNEWS" For Florida,

;::; .\LAWS' Of tccoxb TUB:UNITED 11:111011.NMV. 'STATES 4n'Act, .:re4ngtht KO- _:XVIIl Title.of: '.the.'" United r : NO3 .. ( oDlt an cDb rinting @ffiCt.! DIRECT.stLeS.M.Seamrrv as It may!OR'TUB null the choice;,IJdUAXD 01*Pa ..fliftvOlorolino et as tiTl,V,

.. States to certain land- in the City of Cin : J

toiqprcs.Aecrcutationnf.maU, Be it enacted by the Senate and House Jjlotto
). Abfe' as a in the District oj '
cuncvtf, 1 185ft
Columbia. Representienes of the United State of/

: America m Congress assembled, That the THE CAROLINA (.. M.
.Be it enacted enacted by the Senate and Stores.
title and and interest of the.United Statesto Washington Ai. Ai ..
; :' f -a. :"& Ma'ter, will leave Chariest, !/
House of Representatites of the United the unsold land (if any there be) in : Q ati-; i ; ;- SATCRDAY at half-past 3 P it. fat V??
4 States f America in Congress assembled, fractional section number eleven in frac ; ; Hille" flq Johns River direct.*lo|ping at JAC k
-That if any person or jjersons' body politic tional number n n PICOU I PALM KA Relon FOX'lUt,
township four in fractional .
-. ;"t'I' i .111 It,,
-or corporate, within the D:.strict of ColumbIa range number one of John Cleve Svmme's New Spring & Summer Goods UAvt\O made ?__ i- : ; : 1.__ U = : : J. ; Wears DOW pre&Sr 10 isLalkasvery M. and Xl-tnlay Jacksonville at 7 A. M.i pfclL, It
A :
shall emit % 4 5 6 ''JULY_ 1 3 4 7 ; f or
: make issue utter, sigu, purchase of lands within the now State wfOhio r- 3 13J I 2 o'cloth. A. 31. U.r..at I
: draw or endorse any bank note, promissory be. and the hereby is. vested in sat.nslvs arrange. 7 9l10hu12' I I 9 lOlllIItjI3Ihl pared tvuenale.t FLORIDA. R.
same TilE II. StcArr
note or any instrument of writing, fur the corporate authorities of the city of Cincinnati Qtltap) for Qta51)! ) I No Jtong Qtrtbits! I I mentalbrth.izoci. 21iflj23742525 14,1516, J7 IS 1'1. JZ224 th1I6 1111! 25 26272S 1911012128129IJ31 !, the shortest notice. leave CHAR LIST ON every WEI, M"ft r.iDAt
the 10 A. M
payment or delivery of monry.or other ,and their successor in office and' -lI 3ft.31 - i Morning, at taking the IXPII F...
\: 'valuable thing, or any thing purporting tu in any other occupants of the same in severally -ATBURTON. tIonofeye".ducrip- Fn'r. I 2 31 An'T. I-i-i-I I 2 3 4 for the flares named slave; MM! t..::., .
be a Talnable thing of a less amount than upon payment the Commissionerof GRAVES.No. I I 1 8 siot( I fi 7 s 9110 II.II kind. BeaufoH Hilton Held Island DtHfB, )
and St.
& Nary, t anti relui
nnj ihr.
1 fire dollars, to be used as paper currency, the General Land-Office of the minimum UODof jIB I92Ot2l 1SI1617I 24., 1 1213\14,15,11\ 117 18.Pamphlets.fl2q253031i has been pat t.a the inland route f>* 'lie 1_'

or M a circulating medium, either a 4 mony price of land subject to entry: Prorided, Sammis' Block, Bay street, Jacksonville :Florida. 25'26' 23t23- I ('6, modation ,.f Trnvellers a' ipg the Jo*..IDd

.. : or in lien of money or any other currency That nothing in this act shall be so construed T'UB SUBSCRIBERS have jnt received a general assortment of DRY GOODS, at their new store, Job Prlntlno' Yu's SU'T. -i:-:- --1-I I Law Dtallh, who wish tit keep a. much as possible i ia'-I.
every such person. and every member as to impair the legal or fquilable L .which FOR CASH they will cell a*cheap a* any other house in the country. They have adopted 4' 5 9 101 21 3; 4 i They are first class Boat,11'ill CM ..B ,,
officer, or agent of such body politic rights of any other person or persons to the principle of"Small Profit and Quick Relume," and Invite the attention of the Public to an Theatteutionoflbose 910h1l2jI3jI4j15 BualneuCard. and every comfort ill be loyal oiiallv.nZ.
examination their Stock before elan'here. In it will be found thefollowing, with many 19 1920'21122' 16 17IR 19121\.21 22 by the Tra.elliog Public. They eowMct 1rt
4 or corporate,concerned in, or assenting to. the said land. or to anT part thereot! purchasing ( ( different Lines of Stage* in .

such making, emitting, issuing, uttering, Approved Dec. 29. 1854.NO. other article too numerous t mention: wishing Printing AnlL. I 25 I 26:27128/29: 30131"H Zl24- 25- -2627j2829- VisItIng Cards' South as Tampa Buy. They Florida aim CCOMH aua i fir

drawing or endorsing,as aforesaid fur any 2SY MIS: : done II particularly 8 / 14 Ocr'a. I.4 II 2 3, the New York Boats and Railroad Ltnwftvoi"
; of the purposes aforesaid eball forfeit and XIL l5iI6h71S 19I2O21lI I 1 8 1 9110' 12 t3 Circulars' place.For. We
pay the sum of ten dollars for each and An Act to proridefor the contingent expenses -I' Prints, Ginghams, Checks. Linens, initedtothi.ollice 22tZ324 252627l2Si ll4tlSllS:17lRlR12O2l22fl242.12S27! freight engagements and other
I firo De fine Silks hand DIII to WM.iLLAWTONJkS
Grenadines -.
llajeges, ,2930-----! apply
t '
: .err such bank Dote promissory note,or of the territory of Nebraska 'Jackonel
Bobinets Terms .. it / march I0-ly Socthtra
Illusion Invariably Mu 23 Ii 5I Wki
; instrument of writing so made issued emit Be it enacted by the Senate and House Forrnc Sik Cambric
I 6 Show Dills
*. Muslins Crape 7J 81 9j10111112j Nov's. 21 3 ,
--i 11 FIRE
ted uttered drawn endorsed the United States FIKCII FIRES
signed Representatives of !
of !
Cravats Spool Cotton Cords tv" CASII.- ,,13 U l! 16117 1819 4 5 6 7 P1 .II
one half to the use of any person who bhall America in Congress assembled, That the Hosiery, 2O2I1fl23i34l25 26u1 11 12 1 t3114 1 116,111 flhllsofLading TilE srnscRIBEa.s
Skirts Brown Bleached
toe therefor, and tie other half to the sum of one thousand dollars be appropriated Grass Osnaburghs, Sheeting, Sheeting Orders frolll the l27t2s 29!30 31 I 1Rll92O2l22 23124t _ ST.\ND bavingbee. OlJ
county of Washington, Dist ctof Columbia. -I to defray the contingent expen'es for Ticking, I Plaids, Stripes, Drills. Jun.. - ii 2I I2L26: 2728393tJDill.! efFace rayed by fire, tibia removed to eatir7 J ,

And on the trial of any such cause, the government of the territory Nehru- Mosquito Nel .'. Ribbons. Braids, I i Slaving. I Webbing, Countrywilibe I 3 i 4 i 5j 6J 7 8 91 I iDr.c'a. -!- -,- Ii corner efW'nt worth tU stand rOl1Mrll
if for Whale Hooks and Eyes I Edging Inserting, Men's Shirts, 1011112 1314hIsl6i 2t 3 41 5 n! 71 8 by W .J.OAYER wfcrrr U_lia...
: the prom.ly note,bank note, or other ka the Remainder of the present fi cal : Labela. in all its bramben. He ha .
o bood
instrument in question bo in part or in the rear the former appropriation of fifteen Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Ac &c. promptly executed ih7I1S192O2I12223II j25i26272829l3Ot!I till I 9I10h1I12l1l14I15 lit IRi 19120 22"c ment of first class VEHICLES o/oil.1uJt.

: i whole printed or engraven, it shall be hundred dollars bavin; born drawn from ljjL1Lj! e ome choice FAMILY C.ARRJ.fGE.3
KThO.T iffif JOI. j231241
S1O1iEL F.RocaRo. ,
'. : deemed sufficient evidence of an en ten I ion the treasury by the late Governor Burt ( ._ -- -! pressly for his Country Caul41Jlt.,an at-iitt h

j to put the same in toe.rculation in violation! and b,' reason of his death unavailable for Ladies' Black Silk Congress Gaiters, Men's Fine Boots, will SELL CHEAP hON CASH er City a,,
of this unless the be the it the Shoes lanee. LEONARD CHAPI
act contrary shuwu. present beiny true indent and Color Ties 13T Order
Etc. 2 And be further enacted. That mcanin: of this this act that no more than c English Kid Slppr Kip Brogans .J4- Jacksonville Foundry fiA I IApo1hccarv- Charleston promptly C, Nov 18-Ci aitdf il"fllllJJJ

4 it shall be unlawful fur any person or persons fifteen hundred dollars shall be expendedfor FI'nrh" Slippers, AS*
: body politic or corporate, to pass, or said contingencies within this fiscal "Got usking Enameled and Fancy Shoes, D Tea Depc&ifory: S. & L. iM.-Gilbcrt -

offer to pass.within the District of Columbia 1 Kid Cloth tipped Uaiters MACHINE WORKS. ; MAN ITACTCRERS aad DlA

.1 any bank note, promissory note, or year.Approved, Dec. 30, 1851.NO. U "Kid Tics, a Lasting Consres Gater rPUE Subgcriberi; having made xtensive and Removed to the New Store In Holmes LEns all deseriplioM ef CAt-
BuIlding, opposite Dr. BaldwIn's0111cc RIAG ES
at Noe.3s and
any instrument in writing a less denomination Enameled Bt Lcther L valuable Improvements !in their e.Ubli"hraent Jack ourllle. worth Street and Na.7 lIll),. &n.1.C 40 r,,"/.
or amount than hive dollars e.ther XX. Milss' Pari t YouthBropina, are now prepared to furnish is kept constantly on hand a large and Ow Stk i it a. extenriv. cue, oWw
! e as money or in lieu of money, or of any An Act giving the consent of Congress to Boys Shos, call xoganc. Steam diKliieti,of any required power, from WHERE, selected assortment of are peitfuRy requested to call M as,oTwett!

... other currency; any other other person or AcCession by the State of Massachusetts Childrens' Shoes alarre Stuck, ic..
, .. persona and every member, officer, or to the State of New York, of the : : Sugar; Mills I Always received by the latest arrivals,warranted any articles bought at our estabfis kment ari*>,.
agent of such body politic or corporate. District ofBialon Corner. IA.T, [ :Affil Horse;Powers; II freehand genuine. Abo, ranted m every react. JB|_k

Li \. violating the provisions of this section Whereas the commonwealth of Massachusetts A good awortm ent comprising if &!1th' I ..IA' /MA, FTBAW, PA1M Grist Mills, Perfumery Combs, nru.he Soaps Cariage & Harness Depositor/!
: stall forfeit and pay a sum of not less than by an act of its legislature approved LEAF, WOL FELT, all JUTS and all other machinery used ia this country. Lamps. Burning Fluid, Ac, .
,. I fire, or more than ten dollars, for etcry May fourteenth A. PM eighteen together lists and Bljomeri.SfSSLESS. Iron and llrass Casting.y which will be sold low tot cash. ha557 THE WHITE EOUS!
!. such offence, one half to the use of the per&On hundred and fifty three, ceded the sovereignty % Steamboat, Saw Mill, and other repairing Country orders solicited and punctually attendedto. MEETING Soutb-ht Ceraer of
. and
j at shotS notice. WESTWORTH
shall the and Physician prescriptions put up with care and STRTITI.
, who sue then-Cots and other jurisdiction: over that por- IT All inAcbinejj purchased from ns will be despatch. a Charleston, S. C.

half to the use of the county of Washington tion of its territory known ss the dis- A wel selected stock, suitable the demand of the market.ffifflMME. put in operation i i. .y part of the State, by 1 TEAS. CARRIAGES of every description,at tie!***
: 'f L District of Columbia. firict of Boston Corner, situated in the t competeut matbinlat*, when desired, and upon Agent for Its New York Pekin Tea Company. prices always on haiti*. and no article se(4( SMH
SEC. 3. And be it further enacted. That southwesterly comer of said commonwealth :: : : : reasonable terms.Drawings 1 T Tea of direct importation and of 34 varieties,from such as can be warranted in the finest ter*.*i
aDd Estimated fnrni meJ, without a 1-4 to 1 U>. na package all ..n..duwl.t july B-If M. II.NATILIy.1bolesaie .
llS body politic and and of the southwest
or westerly
: : I corporate, holding any such bank note,promissory line of the town of Mount Washingtonin FEE MILL SCREW. SCIS50R', -llT LEVELS, BUTCHER and SHOE july 8-tf Founders and Machinists., I extremely.Couutry prices.Dealers supplied,by order- Tm-\> are taclorjT

note or instrument iu writing, the county of Berkshire and commonwealth DRAWING KNIVES COTTON CARDS. CEL Ins accompanied nUb Cash. G. II. VERONEE BRO
I may present the same for payment, to the aforesaid, to the State of New KNIVES, FORKS and CARVERS, LOnOOKS and FLORIDA IRON WORKS. A GARDEN FLOWER Wholesale Dealers in ,

,. person or persons body rol1t.c or corporate, York said act not to take effect however URUSJESPONSCIAINSVNDW, ,STOPS S Q U, AtIER., Y li. w. HWS; A Co., 1M.JarksontZU aboalwajs kept SEEDS on hoad.jaly8tf PLANTS. Ac, PLAiN A.VD JAPAXED TIN WAS; .

that made emitted issued, uttered, ei iifl', ,until the Congress of the United LOCKS, PERCUSSION RULES\ CARPEN fla. T. MeJHLLAN. TAKE this method of iafonning their bjiajs
now to execute orders
... drew endorsed the and if States shall such cession ARE prepared promptly customers that
. or same ; upoi consent to and CAPS TER'S SASH Ste.int EagiiMM, Saw Mill, Snj.trMilUand SAVE TIMCr SAVE MONEY SAVE they have rertotiy! mtt
" : auch presentment the person or j ersons, annncxation: PLAINS, GOUGES POCKET KNIVES, TOOLS,ChISELS,TAP BORERS, Pans, Gmt Mills, Horse Powers, iron and TROUBLE Urg stkbtlsn.to their machinery. sad on we

. body politic or corporate, that made, emit- And whereas the State of New York, by NAILS, 4,, .c.Als Brass Castings, 'and every variety of jlncbinerr. Read (this Advertisement One with prepared MtiMae t*.uc..at and erden in she obote Eat .
ted,issued uttered signed, drew, or endorsed an act of its legislature passed July 'fODWAR&such a BUCKETS, bROOMS, PAILS, AXE 4o. Costing. Furging aDd Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, warrant edMtte-leak dispaU-h.and to beef Ow the Warts best id
t the came, neglect or it-fuc to redeem twenty-first, A. D., eighteen hundred STATIONERY. Steataboat and other repairing.Tb and All!!! manibisv hit-

the aame in gull or silver, such party et and fifty-three, accepted the sovereignty Blank Books, Fool Cap and BOOK I' nib. Wafer. !'eo Se lin; Was, wti I.IeD of unnstontly;y will on continue hand their the variety in.inuf.wture of Plows and, Timber keep To 3&orol3.: ixi.t2S, Terms made accommodating, and Ceeolry_

neglecting refusing shall forfeit and pa jurisdiction over that portion of the School Books, Standard Works, and light reading. Carts Chaijw, .., to which they respectfully invite PLANTERS: AND OTHERS. promptly attended to i
the sum of twenty dollars k r each auc terr.tory of Massachusetts above) de- GEODESIES and patrosage. July 8-ly HAVING become permanently located in Char, dispatch.Country Roofing and Guttering doee,A I

. every cuch bank note, promissory note, or crt'tl. and known as the district of A full assortment Family Groceries, lions, Bacon, PROVSONS Tongues, Mackerel, Potatoes, JacksonvIlle IlJacksmlthlup I am prepared to do anything of the 63 STATE STREET MOT the Market ,
:. instrument in writing so presented, ancpayment Boston Corner, upon the terms, and subject : De'D Flour, Bread, Crackers, Ac., .c. AND line of a general AGENCY and COMMISSION M. f8-gm Chvrtttton.S. C. .
,. thereof neglected or refused, as to the provisions expressed in said WINES AND LIQUORS. MACHINE business entrusted to me. I intend giving thegreater i

aforesaid to the uo of the person or persons act of cession, as appears by certified Fine Old Brandy, New Whiskey, Bourbonn Whisker, Rectified and' Common Whiskey, Camp.ge, At the former Slanl of SeJgwick.LURNISUES order portion forGruceries. of my time to the filling of Country Joseph Whilden !

.. body politic or corporate, huldingaud copies of said acts filed in the office of Madeira and Port Wines, Shnlpp,4c., Ao. Ploughs of all kind, Timber Car- Provisions. Dry Goods. Hardware dealer ia !

presenting the tame afonpsaid.Sic. the clerk of the House of Representatives FANCY ( I? riages Carts. Cbaiu foe Milb, Mill work of Cluthin Boots. Shoes Drugs, Paints Oils and Glass, :

.:. 4. And be it further enacted, That : Perfumery, Soaps, Tooth, Nail and Hair Brn;>hw, Dre ing Combs, Looking-Glftsses, *..e.I all kinds, Sugar Mills, Ac.iT Paints,Oils, Fruit,Liquors,Books No. 11 lfAI' E-.CTREn. I
. each and ever forfeiture under the IOn'gtl10 --Ant whereas, for the better defining the I Te.bv which enumerates but comparatively few artkJe of our present Stock, we offer t at- TPurticular attention paid Steam Boat and Stationery, Fancy ,Goods. CharUtlm..S. f' I
: provisions of this act, shall bu rec.,\'er- limits and extent of the territory aliove- trt of the Public, tiusting that those who mal be induced t call upon U bj it will have Saw Mill rcparing. Wheelwrighting done at shortest or anything else that can be obtained either in TTEEFS constantly for sale.a gtoertlMsortMat i
ed in an action debt, before any justiceof mentionod. commissioner on behalf of no reason to regret the same. april 2 notice. \ fT All orders left at the store of S. thi or NoTtlicrn Markets, and through the arrangements 1%. ofPAINTS.ndOIJ.Sllfal1kind..YAU. i
i the peace ui the U.etrict of Columbia of said States Massachusetts and New N. Williams will be promptly attended to. that I hare mode with the leading ISIIES, WINDOW OIASS.D\J SASIIES.SrTS. J
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. in the name of any person who shall sm- York, duly authorized |(for that -. aug 19-tf J A FARMAR. House dealing ia the above articles I shall be GIN TURPENTINE FIXTURES SPIRIT GAS. COTTON FOOT- 1
pilrgosehave WATCHES WARE In the Circuit Court of the Eastern able to make purchases on better term than the ; CUE and BRUSHES ot va I
. theref0tfldjh1r.5dti0n i.5 hercb >ns- caused accurate and ri'.uakinds. _
) exj an survey tnipt JE1VELRY'SILVIE Circuit of Florida Merchants or VLiaton themselves could therebynot (tace2$ 17
.: ly given to each and every ju"t.cc of the be made '-f paid herr tory, and sufli- In Chancery-lietweenDOHKAS OI saviog them the-difference in the; price of :

peace in the District of Columbia to tr. cent nfonumeT.t to be erected in and F MIKOB. Complainant, t Kill (lW the article but also the necessary exorbitant txpenttoftime Fraser & 'l'aoinpsou, ,
:; and adjudicate each and every ouch cate.Sec. alun<: its eastern boun'iiry Tne; as required JoBf N Ml inn, Ketputident, J Divorce. and trouble attending visit to this FACTORS ANI
5. And be further enacted, that by said acts a copy of raid survey Fancy Goo d 's BILL Coinpl.iin tot being; file: ,1 in ths care it :t City. I will also personally attend to the lelecl- COMMISSION MERCHANTS
t all contracts, whether wntttn (.r ttrba!, and map duly authenticated, hating to the s.itwU"tion ot the Crt i ing Packing, Marking and Shipment of goods Adgers North
$o to avoid all mutjJte Wharf;
. that the said Ke pondeut resides without the Stale as and dattagts which
hereafter made iKlher also been filed in the
to office
or of said clerk
pay money : arise Charleston, S. C.
On motion Clurles Broward, Solicitor fur Coai- generally from want of a little tcR1_
or any valuable thing, or thing purporting Theregre- GEORGETLAGG plainant, it is In addition to th* above I wilt alto at e to be a valuable thing, the consideration Be it enacted by the Senate and house Ordered That a hearing of the tints charged the disposal of any pndvc that may be shipped iiu. lercIiaLt'ii llo.el

S. whereof may be, either wholly or in part, Representalice. of the United States of Jto1cLwi.1lo. E 4tt F10r da. in said Bill of Complainant be bad at a term of( to me Any person de 'uow of making Shipmentsof Cliarletiun, S. C. 81,&.
any paper currency or circulating uied.uni 'werica' in Congress assembled That tItconent this Court, to be bulden at Jacksonville, in the Produce of any kind bad HUn write to me and .
under five dollars, or other paper or cur- of the Congress of the. United" WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that County of Duval on the first Monday in July :I I will give tam every iaformatiou as regards the I > THE KCprCTI05 undersigned IX having PRICKI.tf leased this
nest, and that siid do .Market, Haoner. of Pat kin*, and how HMIf.
he has and to
: again opened at his old stand, : respondent appear thip I fiisitnated ia
rohibited by th.s act snail be deem- States be and the King Street,*liut from the trarti
f same
rency hereby given to them. Frem long In
plead, answer or.demurr to said Bill of Complaint : my e-xperience a general ling public share of
. ed and held to be illegal and void; and tae said cession and annexation. SUMEItS' BLOCK on or bet".. said day, or decree will there mercantile business I this I eo give perfect sat I, per day; single dinner,patronage.50 cl Board, SIS
or suing on such contract 3 I8 5. from in the if the said .fact ion to all and sail tW mftfastidiov taste I only.
person persons Approved, January {> with a lan and well >socted! stock of pass same manner as respondent July 8-6m JAMES M. HEBST.
shall nave no rcmedYIII allY court of law had appeared and was present in court. in my scloitions. Give ass *trial u all I a< or equity; and, in any suit brought on such NO. XXI. WAi e t i V :i $ V VA It is further Ordered, That copy of the above For my service: I shall re wr* a moderate commission CIIAKL.l> 'iOX OTEL,
order be in not exceeding lea 1). itlItEI
published some public to
I U newspaper published per according
, contract, it shall be competent lor the defendant An act for 1M Liquidation of the Penitentiary in this State for the space of three months, the nature of the biuiness Corner of Meeting and Ifayae Street,

.. under the general Ueue, or any appropriate indebtedness.Be GOODs, I before the day appointed fur said bearing. DAVID 31 CAZLET, julyS_ ClMrielonS.C. U
special plea to offer evidence ol it enacted by the Senate and House to which the attention of the Pubic is invitd. Geting my Cowls direct from the WILLIAM A. FORWARD Office Dp-a.airs.225 Kinc-street, 'IILLS IlOUSIi

the nature or of the consideration of the nJ Representatives of t'le Un'ted Stales of New York Manufacturers, I a prepared to otter my customers inducements, both a Judge of the Circuit court March 10, Charleston S. C. TIIO&AS S. NICK ERSON.

contract so sued on; and, on the defendant's merica in Congress asstmb'ed, That the regards style and price., that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. of the. Eaetein Circuit of Florida. The Comer os Meeting and Queen.Street*.
making oath that he or she hu not urn of seven thousand ono hundred and Among my assortment may b found March 24. 1955.I People's Clothing, : ul,8 Charttiuv. S t.?.
.. i ieighlJsix do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true AND
eridcnca sufficient to prate the nature or dollars and ninety-two cents is WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES FRUIT Do., NAPKIN copy of the original order in my oflk-e. DRY "GOODS STORE.At PAVILiON HOTEL
consideration of such contract, it shall be hereby appropriated, to enable the Secretary I RINGS CHILDREN'S SETTS. Ac., Ac. March21, 1855-310 GEO. STONE. II. L. BUTTERFIKLD
; the duty of the conrt before which such of the Interior FINE GOLD PATENT LEVERS, (full jeweled,) ( the sign of the GIANTS RED CAP,) Corner of Meeting and JIa .. ,
. liquidate the present DETACHED Constantly hand and made to order from' purecoin Li mmi,' Block Bay Street. *.
such suit may be brought, to require the indebtedness of the penitentiary the u LAPINES and warranted: Feiix Livingston, MODE returns thank'to his friend and citi- julyS CharletonS.C.Notice. t

. $ plaintiffs, or either; or any of them, to be District of Columbia. (with.without hunting casoss) CUT LER Y ATTOENEY&COUNCEILOE AT LAW J. ten JacksoEville and iurruundingcocntryor .
worn to testify the truth in regard to the Approved, Januarys, 1855. SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do. JackbtAiville. E. F., ( past favors betftoned on him, and solicits a conitnnance THE CO-PARTNERSHIP wooer the !ras rf
transaction; and if the plaint' or plaintiffs a DETACHED do. do. From the celebrated Manufactory of o eo.Wostenholm WILL attend to any professional business en- of the san,. A. be hn now entered into PICKNEY t CO, U this day dinolve.L -
., shall not be present at the trial to NO. XXIII. "LAI'INKS, do. do. A Son evnsiting of to him in the Courts of the Eastern a copartnership with his brother Savannah, the The settlement ef its affairs by nitul
the attendance From good maker, which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS : Circuit and of the Supreme Courts of Tallahassee. business: will be parried on more extensively under agreement detolvivoa HTJLLIAM.n 5 o.
of such
compel plaintiff or An Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act good time keeper. RAZORS. Ac. He has also such an advantagetms connection with the style and firm of to hum all persons haviog demands or being ia
;: plaintiff as witness or witnesses and to- I to established on Auxiliary Watch for an able Lawyer at Washington City,as will ensure A. & J. MODE, debtcd. are refened.
.. postpone or cotinued the cause till such attendance I t\f Protection of Public and Private JEWELRY. FANCY GOODS, a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as Wholesale aud Retail Dealers WILLIAM M.TCNSO.
' can be procured ; and if, after the Property in tht City of Washington Conuwnjc! of Such as CORALS. PORTE MONIES ACCORDIONS may be placed in his hands against the United Clothing and Good R. Q PINCK JY.JL
AND VEST CIIAI S. State. Dry Charleston, August :31st. 1334.
: whole evidence shall have been heard it approted August GOLD GUARDS FOB PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AND July ,
. twenty-three
eighteen CHATELAINS, LOCKETS. BRACELETS, and our friends will find at all a large awl Sept.I 213
that time
consdcrati: ,
appear hundred
. .n either and fortytwo.Be .
, ,
PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS. SEALS Phillip Fraser. complete Stock too numerous mention. For
wholly or in part, of the contract wa such it enacted the Senate PAPIER-MACHEE JEWEL CAKES ATTORNEY AND CUUNSELlOR and reasonable
by and House DIAMON RINGS, REGARD Do. ROSEWOOD WORK AT LAW. quality price please eaU and convince The Subscilber.
paper currency or circulating medium prohibited of Representatives of the United States of GOLD THIMBLES SLEEVE BOXES, PORTABLEWRITIFG JacHtonriUe Jo7a. yourselves,on Bay street,opposite Col Sam- Continues business hereb foes carried to.derthe .
by this judgment shall he ren- America in Consressasfembled, That each AND COLLOR BUTTONS DESKS WILL attend to any professional business en mis'Lot where you will find the same Glint's Red saws of TUNNO. PINCKNET t CO,
. dereded for the defendant or defendants of the eaid auxiliaiy watch shall STUDS CUFF PINS RETICULES FANS, COMBS, to him u the Courts of the Eastern Cap. and tenders to his friends the renewal of his w
receivean BttOOCIIESEARRlNOS. BRUSH'ES Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee TtfTHE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.Will ,ie"WILLIAM M. TUAKO
and for costs against the plaintiff I annual THERMOMETERS ,
plain compensation of six hundred He bat
tiffs. GOLD SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES CHILDRENS' aLto inch an advantageous connection with be wild or given away the entire Stock of Septi 2J3
I dollars commencing with the present fiscal PLAIN AND SETT RINGNS, an able Lawyer Washington City, as will ensure
and v1. il.
.I. Stc. 6. And be further enacted., That year, to be paid: out of any money in CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS. .. Together with various other articles too numerous a prompt and speedy collection of such claims an Dry Clothing.The LAW TON i CO.
,. -if any merchant, hUelkecptr} r r.COIIImialOn I the treasury not otherwise appropriated. SILVER WAItE.mention.. may be placed in his hands againf the United present occupant wish to dispose of their entire FACTORS AND
State. Stock in order to be for the Brick COMMISSION' MERCHANTS
ready new
merchant juiy.8 ,
insurance SIX'.2. And be it further N B.- CLOCKS,WATCHES JEWELRY
agent, Thatso Store be '
COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT soon to erected on Bay street and make A'o. 13 Southern .
any owner or driver of a hackney much of the .-- ted act and of FORKS TABLE DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, thoroughly repaired and van-anted' ,at the wrtSUGAR J. McRobert Baker room for the new lock which they intend to bring Qurlekton S C.Mhmf.

omnibus butcher, wagon, or dray, any carrllJe'l the act approved March three, eighteen SCOOPS. SALT AND MUSTARD Do. eit notice.jT TERMS CASH. [oct23-ly ATTORNEY AT LAW SOLICITOR, IN on, and in a further improvement of styles to incite Wm.M. Lawton, M Taylor,
s.uctioneei1iertble hundred and ftfty-throeiIxing the compensation customers. R. Wainright Bacon, |I It'm. T.InH-
A any owner or keeper of a t> of the said auxiliary watch be CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC, The liberal patronage J. M.ban received during July 8 tfNhUFKtR
a tea-pm alley, any pawnbroker, any manager and the same is hereby. repealed. New Goods New todiiT! AND the time he has been in business in this city has .
. r.\ or agent of theatrical other -I disposed him to dispose of whatever he ha< on IX 4 Co,
or amusements Approved Jaunary 3 1855. Commissioner fur the Atlantic and
hawker Gulf hand, at price. that cannot fail to produce a smile COMMISSION MLIRCIIANTS,
any or pedlar, transacting States. pleajuy ; from his customers and thereby reciprocate for the sale of
business under a license printed by the NO XXV. AMBLER & HOEG aug.5-ly the favors of tee public. lie ha determined Flour, Crali. aid Produce Generally.

corporation of the city Washington orol An An to continue force.for,. a limited that the most fastidious shall not leave him JojyS Chark.Aun,8C. dGEU.

4.-. Georgetown in the District of Columbia I tme.the Provissonsofi/ie Act of Congress fine -lust received their Fall supply- of Merchandize. consisting- of MpQueen McIntosh, with dusatUfactioa in'regard to their bargains. ALLrIT & CU.

1 or any other person or persons transacting tf third March eighteen hundred BEBIE .AD PHnYmIOifL: ATTORNEY. AT LAW, and Coll serve one you.and all Read! We! read are!anxious! read!'!o!wait upon No. 96 Etui-Bay, (orpMUe Boytt 4-Ce"*WltrfiChmrlestoo
business under such license shall Jacksonville E. s.
either: receive andfijtone. and the Second Section of F. A. MODE A BRO, Jacksonville, C.
) or pay out any paper under the denomination its Supplement of eighteen January CORN FLOUR, BACON PORK. 11AMS BUTTER. LARD, f C, f CL, Smith & Bradford.ATTO and next door to "Morning News" office, SPIRIT GASH Dealer AND in \
of five dollars,or any other paper eighteen hundred and ffiy-faur, so as With a full supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. dec 2-tf Bay street, Savannah.1LL1AMS.LAUTO.VA with LamP. if description CAMPIIENE for .
every the tat
I not payable in specie on demand, so toenable the Board ffAnd Commsion- UNKy AT LA\V ALSO

7 prohibited as aforesaid it shall be the duty ers in California close their Adjudication Dry'Goods E01ICITOB !H CBAliC! ? Y, \\ Co. English and American White Lead Paint,
of the attorney of the United States the Land of
for ofPnvule. Titles
in that Alligator and IfevtiannSU, Fa. THOSiS ALEXANDER I WILIUM S. LAWTO. every kind Unseed and Sperm
. District Columbia to sue out proccea In SlaleaTiJftJ"other Purposes.Be or PRINTS, a large and vell assorted stock WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted formerly nf I I Formerly ofLairtoniiUt, July 8 Oil Glasg. Putty, &. tTCUNDICT
the nature of scire facia*, or to institute it enacted bg the Senate and house Sheeting Linens BonnetRibbons to them. Turk D .So C. \ Beatcfurt Diet,S.C. '

' other suitable proceedings in tho Circuit Representatives of the United States of Ginghams, M.WHIT.SJflTH, I B.BRADrOBt, Sea Island and Upland Cotton SADLERCOACII.IJARDWARE.Aco JEKMNGSlCo.
Court of U* District of Colombia a. ain.t, America.in Congress assembled, '1 hat tile DcLaius, Shirting, Crash, Taffetas, OJBee at Alligator. I I Office at NewnunsviUe. *and Rice No. 165 Meeting Street, :

p inch offender or offenders returm.lle to: provisions of the,act of Congress approved Alpacas Osnaburgs Hosiery! Florence Silks July 7-ly jillS Charletton.S.C.
the said court immediately if said court be third March, eighteen hundred and FACTORS FORWARDING.AND .
, then sitting or to the next term of wd One, **to ascertain and settle the private Cashmeres, Dress TrimmingHandkerchiefs, Lady's Collars, EDWARD BISSELL Jr., \vIJOLElJAI.E CLOTHING.t O'lIARA IIOUSEi

court, if there be then a vacation of the land claims in the State of California,"and Blanket., &c. Attorney at Law. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 143 East Bay,corner Queen

terms of said court requiring each offenders of the second section of the act eighteen Office In Reed'- New Brick Building, 'SOCHI ATLANTIC WHiRf, CHARLESTON, 8. C. J"fr8 Charleston. S.C. *

. to show cause why his, her. or tneir license hundred and fiAy-four, contnuing tie tame CLO.T H I MG.A April 7)] Jacksonville, E.Flo. [ly OUR Sr. Partner has been ia the Factorage and WAKDLAtt', WALKER & BUKNSIW
aforesaid, shall not be forfeited in force be further v Business about twenty
! ; and continued in force fur fine assortment of VESTS, fine COATS, BUSINESS COATS, SACKS and SACKSTEES, OVERCOATS and yean, Cotton Factors and
exhibit to said C. D. Oak we hope by experience and attention
oo proof court ef : to rive COMMISSION
such receiving the term of one year, and no longer, fr. m SHIRTS UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, COLLARS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, Ac. satisfaction. Mareh MERCHANTS.
or paying out of such prohibited the third March, eighteen hundred hundred (jReed's New Bnilttin ,] 17lyNEW North Atlantic Wharf
paper as aforesaid, said court shall forfeit, and fifty-five. W &HtV.A l Jacluo, itt,, Flo. CObDS FOR SPRING 18551 J JulS Charlttto, S.C. fif. 1

I sand and vacate such license,and no other SEC.,2. And be further enacted. That TUBS Cedar and flaln... BrfKKTS MEASURES. KEELER8 covered, FLOUR and SUGAR KEEPS constantly on hind a fine amort.&ment w G. Bancroft Sash House .in IV. KINSMAN.

I I such license offender for any or purpose offenders shall until be granted to: the UnitedStaieiD.str.ctatWrney fir the BOXES, AXE DELVES, WASH BOARDS, MARKth BASKETS,*o,4> CY GOODS of WATCHES, which,b.JEWELRY offers for and sale FAN cheap 233 & 253 KIng Street, 'has In store a Kins" Immecse Street stock of J
one year northern district' of CaW m& be, and be for cash.LU'tuekes. Charleston, S.G. WINDOW SHADES
'I thereafter shall have pamcd and expired. ia hereby authorized "employ! au.stant &&&$& & mm. ". Repaired and Warrented.Urn. WE ARE now receiving oar sinaI large and which he I*now offering at price suds M 0|r* ,
Sec. 7. And be further enaxte>L That counsel to aid him -defend-ng the interests e extensive assortment of sent grass indneeniOQt to BMtwusr.
It sbaQ be the duty of the marshal of the of.ibe United States in the land suits- A large and complete .assortment of all kin!. Grothe, Fancy & Staple Dry Goods ALSO

I District of Colombla/and of every conslaU for the adjudication of such claims befoie H&SS&SS. WATCH MAKER AND JEWELRY. for Spring Trade and are prepared offer greater ak Lace tl.and all MwllnCHrtaino at a laUD. DeLtnet',I**"
said great bargain.s
of to give information to the district court. at: salary not exceed (tntiu room,adjoining Pott-offict.) inducement then ever W.. to Cash Custom JaIl'
some Justice of the peace in said district ofWT ing three thousand six hundred dollars per BRUSHES, SOAPS PERFUMERY, COLOGNES, 4C. 40. a. HAVING returned from Europe, again ers. Wo adhere strictly to our MtoUuhed ClUe I (COURTENAY.
.violation of this law which and TTbegi leave to offer his torn of ONE PRICE ONLY. ROOKS, HTATIONBRY ANtI CHEAT
may come annum, also to ,employ such clerical services to his old
to his.knowledge force, not exceeding two eta J'IIJ: IERY *-r* friends and the public generally. With hU Charleston,Jon. 20.UW. (fim) PUBLICATION -

I bsc8lJeitfuraterenaaecL; ..Thaten or one hundred persons and fifty,dollars compensation I The larreit SNeortme&t that AO*been offered ta dale mArket OJC eowutinf of common ware, white experience Watchmaker for, be the'hopes lost to twenty-dt give entire, years, M a Dental Notice. JjlyB Ko. 3 Brood Street Charleston O JJAONEVV.

we tnal of any cause other than a cruD per month each;,the services .f said ass Oranite M lbery aDd Marble oetta QUMware. Preserve sad Feels DUbea all styles sad qualitIes of to tboM who wish to have their work satisfaction .8.n08TWICK na14 relJOO&tal- FISHER A HOXIE '
IDa prosecution, under the provisions of slant counsel, and the clerical force aforesaid TwabUn Goblets WIDe Glulete J'hdel an4 Oil Lampi;( ,Lan te .,J a",.J an Spit.,& workmanlike manner. dons ia a ly inform the eituens of Jacksonville and its vici FACTORS AND COMMISSION 11.--_
I thia act, it shan be lawful for the court be- not to continue beyond the exigencies I IottL HARDWARE L7 Watchea. Clocks and Jewelry repaired at nity,that. having opened office in tho Doirueriaa CHANTS.
such the hot1ce. Gallery on Farsyth street will ut.. 10 all Lra .,
fore whom cue is Accommodation Charleston.W. ..
pending; to'taOI'IO narriov nor longer than Uw term rf I.. Selected ezprcMlj to supply the peculiar demand OtIS nuarke'tgooda for bonding aad MUlparpoeef july 8-St ohM ODENTISTRT. l Ita&be most apprQ" ud Wharf
to be brought- said court and examined one year from'OhepenoJ.of,their several Carpenters' tools, i.e.40. tWINES careful manner. '
sea witness, any .defendant to ffire \ 1 ,. FROsTBOULTER CF'NmM of O. BANCROFT i Co.
any appointment teeUrdeeUoTod '&boa' .
such suit'his agent,or employer, touching '/ : 3. And toU further dcted. That I p" General Commission Merchants: pa1ii. dee2-2Dt 253 JOBBING .
I UN and BOURBON & 255 Kimr StmUClartfjon.
HOLLAND WHISKEY bottled. Do..infr. .
the taatterf ana things cumro'iMiuners or' riNK OLD Uftvwaw *
to "such mcontversyaM the'said ethrcd, them (> ALE PORTER. cffjuipAiaNE,,CIKDRlee." 101 State Street,Boston, Mass', "., W"If T E-A SOUThERN GENTLB- S.C-' _
to effect
employ process Jhe object. may Issue the'writ of subpoena requir.nz' THB SUBSCRIBERS may bo tonal for the present la the new building ereeted for temporary TTTILL pay strict and prompt attention to salt &lI experienced 'eberwdeaina a ,
,. -iZnsa1duIausushinotbercses; : i the attendance'of witnesses before the Bald I.on Ute.of the*Utod destroyed by fire-,. They, hope to open the fear 1855 In the large sad *VV, of LUMBER. TIXBER. COTTON' .and situation ta Uot capacity la Florida or 80aUatna H. JESSEJf. .
Gtc.9 htI be'Q further enacted. That &. aM that for,any contempt.in refusing -1 elefoat store eorne*Ocean sad Bay ItAet'.WbICb U BOW la course ereotioo: ._ dee 2-tf other' ftmUtira Prodooa.' GeorgU. He eomee highly reeomiMaded. DEALERS IN GROCERIES, fJQIJORS ,
'this act shan be i in force/rom'and after the obedience to such writ,J the_said:l board oct T.-'tt OLIVER PR03T. Address early, ..BOX21J," SEQARS. &. ".

I I first dij of November ntx|;";aj dt that so : shave the same iwwer,to inflict ponithioent .& & RiiOTIIERS Sola.,Water. 2'. ROYAL, ULTEL. March 17-it, Bavnah 0.. alyS e .N.139 East Rage Charleston C JL

I XBOch sad soeb parts of all Joiner,acts is now possessed.by the district court of the .DEALERS. IW .COFFEE,.GROCERIES S'ODA'WATnel."eoor.and arkIJJIrrih BRICK. BRICK RBICKIIIKHH $ .T W. ErBuker
; zosyj: repugnant tiki*act be.'Bad the United Ststesv ..rwlpprured -- -'- Ac .' 'I gyrap of the iaos t delicate liver, to b* had BOSTON URICKS. MADERA AND OLD BORT WINE1 OLD ,
.1 the eoeuter BKOKXRAND aDD
e at ,
CsmbirIaa4.ti.iJahJSn. -
us*sre hereby repealed/4 J: : Caesar Za4BayaM : 'J'0I'sol. '
i.1:01"1 .. .': ky expressly for medicaL pllrpDMl..c
qA.tcac rfl l4-o EASTUiDGX
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