The Florida news

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The Florida news
Uniform Title:
Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
George C. Powers & Co.
Creation Date:
July 7, 1855
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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


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.

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Preceded by:
News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)


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;BY AUTHORITY. tablif-hed by law, there sha1 be charged deposited wiLe said clerks of curt and .Representatives, viz: x .. :. ''

) the following rates, to j justices of the peace, shall at times be For binding documents, seventy thousand SELECT POETRY A SMOOTH DRINK j exaggerated, the journalist affirm S Its trut&> 1-;

LAM'S OP TiE UNITED STATES. For every single letter in manuscript,, or open in their sc\erl offices, for.the inspetion i dollars. i S Dan says that a year or two ago he hap- to tho letter in every partIcuLsr.ANewKlndofGru.. S ,',
paper of any kind in which informationflail and information of the people of sid For and three Thou Wilt Never Meet Me More. pened to have rn his employ couple of ,
turitur repairs i "i
SCtO.NU sIIS. be asked for or communicated in writ District, and others who may desire to dollars.For 'broth o'bovs. who like the sons of jolly ,

I inNO. or by marks or signs, conveyed in the consult the same. Ana when the said twenty-one '( 'ar gone, but I am keeping old Jrlnd,lk a bit al.taste of We have received 'the following clrculait ". .f.

CIXX. mail fornnv. distance between places in the code shall L printed and distributed, the superntendet folding: messengers and, 1 m,heart thy trourd Darn; pretty wei; and they often indulged some COLCMBCS, (Gju) Dccv 13,1854.-.Dear :.t'

An Act to approjirivte Money to remote United States riot exceeding three thousand President the United States shal by roms, twenty-eight thousand four If Im smiling-if Im weeping, in it t geTou annoyance,for of course Sir : I take this method to bring to your t 1 :

the ObstruclOz Savannah Ricer miles, three cents ; and for any distance ex his proclamation appoint a time dyed and thirteen dolllars and ILoa art with! me all the laino. they the mot Inopportune notice a foreign winter grass ,the Seed vi' S : .

e ( ofSarannaJi in the State ceeding three thousand miles, ten cents. i in the said District for taking the sense oftho cents. Yes tho link,at last i riven moment t get corle. which Is-now acclimated and which I liD ..

of GeorgiaHe And for a double letter there shall be citizens for or against tbe adop. For horses and four All our plaaaant: draanu art tl. On one 'Cion i husband's ab cerely desire every the South t4I ''

it by the Senate and charged double the rate above specified; tion of the thlrC ; and he shall cause five hundred dollar rags And onleu we met .Ileavao, S sence, Mrs. Da noticd that Pat and possess and cultivate. This'gins grows "

Rrpnsenlaticct t"adt of the United louse.I and for a treble letter, treble \\jiose rates; judges to be selected who shall preside at For fuel, oil, and candles, two Thou wilt never meet mo mort. bad procured a supply of the 'craythur,' in the fall winter and,,ipring only;and.Tot Ii ; '

America in That the and for a quadruple letter, quadruple those such election, and he shall provide and proclaim five hundred dollar] 'Once (he'sun-5iun and stowed the jug that contained it upona the grazing of stock and making nutritious ,
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lng7'cs a-scmlec i rates; and every letter or not ex- j the mode and rules of the For allgbu4 _,' deserted shelf in the chimney bay and ,
t f c ne) ." ) thousand! : I! parcel conducting newspapers for membr twelve On the of a sIa cr- restoring worn out fields has no 1'I
.UI dollars and the shtne j ccediiig( hal an ounce in weight shall be I same, provided every free white male citi- sand five ptal roe, superior. This grass has the following valuable i'5
-iatCtl ve of hereby, uipro.1)t j deemed single letter; and addition-en of the United States, above the age of hundr dolar.For lithographing And, although leaves were blighted, With her sister' proverbial aversion to which four yean experience ..,.

> "'pri 011 U'l, to any ivniove money, 101 obstructions Ij retoor I weight of half an ounce, c\'crJ additiona twenty-one years, who has resided in the thousand dollars. Still he lingered till life'a cose. the red eye, my friend's wife took advantage q\'alitieAJ nel, demonstrated:' I
jij! Ir j weight of less than hMm District Thus the heart can sometimes cherish of the merry dogs' attendance to their 1. It has
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in the Savannah Jtircr, below the city of thnl b one year next proceeding said For capitol policefive thousand four largest grain any known '
Favoniiah! tit the State of j.jaced I charged miah an additional single pstag; election, shall bo permitted to vote thereat dred and ninety dollars. Thought that wear away tho soul, chores and abstracting their jug, substituted species of grass, being nearly-as larg .uwheit. i ;.
there during the Gl'ria for'' and upon all letters pacing ; and the result of said election shall For miscellaneous items, thirty Giving pleasure while we perish, in its stead another exactly similar t ; :,t
common defence. revolutionary) war, the mail of the United States, excepting reported to the said lrcsident and dollars. 'Seat Ihu strange jet sweet control. all' apparcutwaty so, but 2. It will grow on very rich ground, frwa r :J !I

such a are to or form a foreign same, with the said him For three to four feet high. o
ilarth 3 in
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Aj'jiroved, the postages as above counl'j code messenger charge Thou art let lore hat bound the j At night the boys bunked in the 3. It is v.- f
specified ao\'e l lSpecIfied t Congress, ratified and thousand seven hundred and forty gne. upon never injured by colJ-co froeo .
NO. CLXXF. bhall be prepaid, except upon approved by the same, he shal by his proclamation For two messengers in Clerk's Thou may'st struggle t forget, kitchen floor, and Mr. D. and his lady retired hurts it. ; J

ters( and packages addressed to officers of declare it to force, from three thousand six hundred dollars. In the heartless crowd around the to their room, the door of which .4. It ia never troubled by Insect of any .

.!n Act nz'.lg Appntpriationajor For- \ the government on ofcia business, which the day of tho date thereof, as the law of S For saddle horses six hundred and All in rain!thou'rt captive yet. opened into the kitchen, where they could kind. -5 5 I "J.

tijicatiuns ful otlUr 'Works of Defence shall be t marked cnvcloj And the the District Columbia;and the same dollars. : Ah,forgive the pain Iv given, have a view from their bed of what might 5. It is never injured or retarded in grow .
ald/or ofBarracks and Qiwrten. from and after the first day of January, when so shall thereafter be, For laborers two thousand five And thine own doop wrongs of yore there transpire. .I ing by heavy rains, overflows or ordinary
.for the year tn.lin?the/ thirtieth of hundred procaimed When Mike had given what be drowth.
eighteen fifty-six, the Post and without further dollars. For unless we meet supposed .
June, one thousand fight hundred and require act that effect any : Thou I Heaven ample time for the boss to go sleep, he 9. It grows as fast as Millet or Lucemo .
Imatlr-GencrA may postmasters or proceedings to until altered or pages, five thousand nine hundred wilt nervy meet me more.MISCELLANY. t
ffJ-sir. I plcc postage stamps upon all prepaid or repealed by the Congress of the thirty-six dollars. hunched his neighbor, sayin 7. It is as nutritious as barley,and stud 'l

by the Senate and House ( upon which such stamps may not United States. And the persons who may For folding documents "Arrah( Pat, let's hve :drap.." are as fond of it as they are of that. Ii.I I '
representatives: of the United States have been the including pay >So say I, Mike dry aa chip I 8. It will horses
of ( placed by writers. compose said board or such of them may folders, folding-paper, twine and a I keep ,mules,cattle sheep L ,
America in Congress as.cmb1ed, And all jj-Ietiers letters shall a am, entirely, this blessed night." goats hogs and fat ,.-
That or placed in act ou the same be paid out of twenty thousand dollars. poultry throughout the i
following sums be. nnd they are hereby ap not for transmission throughthe treasury of tho United States a reasonable thc For compensation of Up sprang both of them ; and Pat reach winter and spring, from November to Jun. *

)Ilrl1triatcd fur the construction, I preserva- mail, but for delivery only, be compensation for their. services, clerks resolution of draughtsman the DUCAT AND TIIDTARTIIIXC.BY .S ing the jug, took it down from its perch 9. It is then-the stock being withdrawnand 1
sbal accordinj; per fourth t '
: of certain fortifications, charged with postage at the one to the time employed by them respectively one thousand eight hundred and May and in ful view of Mr. Dan and his wife, the ground being rich-yield from(oar }

lanacks. and quarters, for the year ending cent each ; and all letters which shall hereafter upon the same: Provided, That the said lime thousand dollars. MART HOWITT. who curiously watching the motion, to six tons of excellent hay per acre ;'f: j I -S- !
the thirtieth of June, ouo thousand be adververtised took a swig. But the expression of his 10. It saves and fodder 5 M I
eight as remaining over, code shall bo reported to Congress on or For compensation to F. W. Lander fc corn being fed ..
hundred and fifty-fix. or j jTor uncalled for in cvil A ducat and a farthing. had just was anything but a favorable to stock the winter i ;; 'pp
j any post-ofllce, shall b before the first Monday in December, in engineer, for. furnishing of his ben.oined away during and .pnng. .
Fort Montgomery, at outlet of Lake I charged: with one cent each, in addition the year eighteen hundred and fifty-scv- for a railroad report route in the great mint where all the ,, the cntnt Mike noticed the contortion, 11. It completely protects fields frvw I 4.-'

Champlaiu; New York, fifteen thousand: I the regular postage, both to b" accountedfor e n. cnnoibsanc Washington and and copper pieces are made. The and washing mini. i- t
dollar j other Oregon Territory, by t lay close, side by side clean'and beau- "Pat, what are you making such a look 12. It ; S "
; as enables farmers to have abundance
postages now arc.SEC. Approved, March 1855. of Fort Hall Salt } an ; :
For Fort Knoy,at narrows of PenobscotRiur 2. And be it further enacted, Thatit 2, way dollars. to Lake f\'u thousand and tho clear sunlight glittered upon' over the whiskey for 7" of rich milk cream and butter; with ;t.:. h
Maine, sixty thousand) dollars ; shal not be lawful for any postmaster or I NO. CLXXV. Library of Con-res.-For S "Faith, Mike, replied his companion,recovering fat beef, mutton" kid pork, and chickeoa t
For of the site compensation Thou ragamuffin! cried the off "it was no bad look at all for their table. .
barren fell
preservation person 1 any postage stamp or An, Act making the of three assistant librarians duct himset ,' -5'
Appropriations for Itrrian thec! Thou art only made vul! I was I :
,at the nI'O\\S of Boston harbor, MaswichusctU. stamped for any larger sum than Civil and 'and nine thousand \a only thinking 13. It will if followed with our corn .:1
ten thousand dollars : that in em'eopc the Diplomatic Expenses Gorernhnent.for messenger dolar. copper, and art not worthy to bo shone what a smooth drink it field give to farmers tbe "
; ictc.J upon face ot such postage o For was sure. pea, cheapest;; tho. -
the contingent of
'Fur Fort Sclniyler. entrance to Long Island stamp or for a larger sum than that charg year ending thirtieth one thousand dollars.expenses sad by the sun. Thou wilt soon be black i "Hand over here," Mie imptient- simplest, the surest, and most paying plan : .. 'J .
of June eighteen hundred
Sound. New York ed therefor dirty, and no one will think it worth ly l ; and applying the to reclaim out fields and re-fcJrtUia
i twenty thousand by the Dcjiartmcnt al.jj For worn *
Post.Ofc and oilier purchase of books for said 10uth "
dollar;; and any person this ty-si for l'urpose.IJe five thousand library to pick thee up from the ground. I. he took a generous draught. those not yet so, which the ingenuity of :, .
shnl provision it enacted by the Senate and House dollars. the am of costly gold; I shall L "Blurenageshe roared '' a
For Fort RcunQnl, at the narrows shall be ( guilty of a misdemeanor For contrary making hasty man can devise. '
lurk bcvtnty-live thousand NewS and, on conviction thcacof, bhall Representatives of the United States two purchase of law-books for said through the world to the great peo. strides for the door, wither Pat 14.: It will sow its own seeds $ ,
America in Congress )nbkd That o rI", thousand dollars. of the earth-to'princes and : I him incontinently. I! .
; be fined in sum not less than ten ass kingI first tirno.. without oTTV. n n or trnlirifrt. o
For Fort Delaware any nor sums be, and the same are here r paper required for the printing _. rln 'rpiit thi_ 'l. and. even.__ ,Mv friend and his partner thought they *.. "(\ ,
: Delaware River, more than five hundred dollars. This act fulowinJ -0 0---- ---c--- thereby re-producing itself through iu
S Delaware, one hundred and fifty thousanddul.I' I to take effect and bo in force from ani af- npprll'iated out of any money in the the first one session hundred of the and thirty-fourth Congress become part of the kings crown.'* would crack their sides in bed laughing seeds on the same ground ad infinitum.., i 9' .: t S

; ter tie commencement of the next ant fiscal appropriated, for four ffty-six tbousad At the same moment. a* cat, over the affair, and the next morning he 15. It does not spread or take possession .
and .
Fort CarrollftaUimorc hr1)r, Iary- quarter after its passage. Prodded. That the objects hereafter expressed, for the fiscal hundr eight near the fire, rose up, and turning went to the jug and shook it, but it was of a field, so as to be difficult to get rid of J-
land year ending the thirtieth of June printing required for the first sea on her side; sadly deficient. it but bin I' '
one be
: one hundred thousand dullras ; nothing herein contained shall be so construed sion of the rmarked- effectually destroyed At any
For Fin t Mcnroe, entrance to Hampton t a to alter the laws in relation to thousand eight hundred and fiTty-six. and fifteen thirty-fourth thousand Congress dollars one hundred "The 'under 1ut b uppermost to "Mike," he cried, addressing one of two stage before the seed ripen and tAU out, b/ /.
Roads namely:- : all eTen'And ? as sickly looking sons of Green Erin I .
thousand the ; as
"iriia fn-1n dolJ franking privilege.SEC. That the being plowed up or under. -
printed sheets for the
J 1m Legislative. -For compensation and finer description the' fate of these two coins was ever complained"why, what on earth
; i 3. And be further enacted, That of books This grass having: the above enumerated
fur the Calhoun, entrance to Hampton I Iltu3ds fur the greater security of valuable mileage of senators, one hundred and nine house of authorized by t tbuo.t. has become of all that linseed oil 1" properties, will be found by all who cultIvate .
I letter shall be
ty-five thousand seven hundred and ten Congress dry-passed before The gold into the possession "LJn e twenty thousand dollars.! ported for transtnisMon in the mails of the it superior to other species
For riuia Charleston harbor i t United; States the Postmaster-General be, dollar of the being Joint bound, whenever, in the a rich miser, who locked it up in a chest with an air as though something had cleared ever introduced, or which any can be introduced t'ti' t': ,

iSiiuth Carolina eighty thousand dollars ; S 1 I and hereby is. authorized to establish a For compensation of the officers, clerks, deemed Committee the on Printing, it a great'number ofothcr gold pieces. up a great mistery to him. for the climate and soil of the South. I
fur Fort Clinch, nt'alc to Cumhcr-I uniform plan; 'for the registration of gnch messengers, and others, receiving an an- exceed tho necessary sum of 3 cost not'Cenrng'thlt ho' should soon:die, "Yes; I want some to oil the harness, I shall be prepared by July next to furnish : :
fifty cents
laud Sound, Florida, twenty-five! thousand L letters un aplJction of parties posting thesame nual salary in the service of the Senate, medium. per rm hi earth, that no one and I see it is almost gone. The poor seed of this valuable grass to all who ,

; I i < and the of viz: Secretary of the three thousand possess it after him; andthere lies fellow only muttered-"Linseed lie, it was desire to cultivate it. My price is $5, per : ,
col"rs | prepayment Senat Executive.For
I 'ulr compensation of ducat till the time and bad luck it then II 4 S .
proud sure, to it .
went down
Fort Barrancas, Pcnsacola harbor, i'' the' postage, a well as a registration fee of six hundred ; o1cer cared President of the United States present ; peck, which is as much as is necessary to r
Tl-irida, tl't; '-tlllud dollars! ; I five i iF cents on every such letter or packet, with the disbursements of dollars. twenty.frethousand has grown so black and dirty that no one mighty smooth. I begin with-it being distinctly understood S P '
"r : ', Iud prvK-rvation of its to be accounted for by postmasters receiving 1 hundred and eighty dollars; principal clerk For to pick it up if he saw This was too much for my friend as he that fn very instance,where the party la 5.; ''S "
1j compensation to !
secretary Thu however traveled far overheard this
tile, Florida twenty-live! thousand dul- the same in such manner as the Post- 1t and principal, executive clerk in office of for lands' thousand farthing, observation, and he had to not satisfied, after giving It a fair trial, the
patents five hundred
lars the earth, and came to high honor; give vent to pent-up laughter, at which ,
shall be
; S rnstcrGcntrl shall direct : Provided t the Secretary of the Senate, at two thousand dollars. price returned. .5
}\.r Fort Gaines,, Dauphin: blandlava. | however, That such registration shall not j one hundred and sixty dollars each ; this is how it occured: Pat vamoosed but in such high dudgeon Your obedient servant J'.5.
of State.-For n A the mint farth that the '
lad from received the mention of "smooth
Deartme clm a drink"wakes
Iifty thousand dollars clerks in office of the B. I'
ma be and it shall not rentier the eight of I\'ERSO .
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compulsory Secretary
I secretary of State, and Assistant in his wages, and the 's little sister up the shillalegh in him whenever I "
fur Fort Talor J Key West Florida Department or its revenue liable 'the Senate, at one thousand eight p :
one 11'osl-unice St
ImiJrcd and fifty thousand dollars ; for the loss of such letter or packets,, j'I and fifty dollars each ; keeper of the stationery assistant Secretary of State and, clerks laborers, messenger in the bright little coin,he gave it one hazards to hint at it. Beautiful ttentfcnent.- S .9' ;<" I'
her. The child ran into the garden to
For Fort Jvifcraon.: Tortugns florida I or the contents I one thousand seven hundred andfiftytwo '.
huixhfd : tlrcc :-. \ office, fifty-two thousand six hundred ad \ her mother the farthing; an old lame A GREAT JURY. The beautiful extract below is from tip SI
uie mid lilly thuiitsanu dollars.; : Approved, 1 dollars; two messengers, one atone ninety-two dollars. and The fallowing picture of an intelligentCoroner's of lion.George S. IlilLurd ;
For came limping up, begged a piece pen I
forts 0: the western frontier of| thousand and eighty dolar and one For the Incidental and Jury ii copied from S
an English
Contingent Ezpenses bread.ul have none, said the little confess that increasing years bring with i
Tcu.fur< lift)thousand: t1..ilzr! ,; NO. CLXXIV. :at seven five hundred hundred and dollars dolar; one of said Department.-For publishing "Give me then a farthing,that I may paper: them an increasing'respect for those who I I .

furtiicltiuU at 101'1 Point entrance ]page, at ; Sergcant-at- the laws in pamplet form and in bit of bread "said the : Coroner.-"Did know the defunct 7"Witness. do not succeed in life those 1
to Sun bay: three hun: j An Act to improre the Late of the Dis >arms and doorkeeper, two thousand dollars !- myself a beggar. you as words ail : ]
Frllc.Q "
thJ door-keeper one
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For flirtiii'-ations i at Alcatraz; Island San same-i hundred dollars post-master thou'udse'cn to the city of Washington, nineteen S5 away to the baker's. Cor.-"Wby, the dead man." place for those who have not succeeded upon : ..
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I ; limp
thousand hundred W'it"Yes." earth ..
seven and it is
old that
Francisco ad twenty-five in the shop an acquain ; surely true celestial -
lIAr hundred Be it the Senate and Senate thousand hundred and
two I by one seven
; enaced dollars. :
thousand louse I i dollars assistant dressed as a pilgrim, with his cloak, Cor.- Intimately? graces do not beat thrive and bloom In .
of'Reprcsenta the United fifty and -
dvlarl; of f ; postmaster For proof-reading, additional and the and Wit-\rerry. the hot blaze of worldly < '
For { packing, bag, came up street, gave prosperity lit
Fort America in mail-carrier thousand four hundred
That i
Niagara New York Congress assembled. the one
,, compensation to packer and distributing children pretty pictures of saints and Cor.-"IIow often have you been in company success sometimes, arises ''from a Inperabundance j:. ; 'J
.il thousand dollars President of the United dollars two nine :
; States is hereby i anp! fifty ; mail-boys laws and documents "
with him
including cases, labor and the children qualities themselves .
For pence good
construction :U.I repairs of authorized, by and with the advice and consent ]hundred dollars each : superintendence of men :'
quarters transportation, fifteen thousand which the pilgrim held in his Wit.-"Only once. from a conscience too sensitive, a taste too
and Fort Columbus New York of the Senate to appoint two I the document-room one thousand five hundred te Lx '
brr3ck : ,
a Ii ; dollars. Cor.-"Do call that 7" fastidious
asked you intimately a self-forgetfulnesa too romantio
lirLr, thousand tiro hundred L learned in the law, to revise, bimphfy digest i Ii dollars; two assistants in documentroom bgr Wher are you .
twenty-six ,
For stationery, blank books binding, labor 1" .Many hun Wit.-Yes ; for he was drunk, and I a modesty too retiring. I will not go sq i
and the laws said at thousand two hundred dollars pilgrim rpled ;
dular; codify of Dibtrict i one : ki k-
; furniture fixtures were drunk and. that made like for as to with
atendancc, repairs miles to where verry us say, a living poet, that the ,.
I' construction each of the
of and also the rules and i folding-room ;
an additional of superintendent
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magazine principles prac- ; "world '
and brothers. knows
for batteries painting glazing, six thousndfive dear Lord Jesus was born, and lived two nothing of its greatest men," '.
Hudson and Morton lice, of pleadings, of evidence, and convey- dollars. Cor. "Who the ? there forms '
his recognized body are
died :I am going to at holy greatness or at least
Staten New York, five thousand t ancing; and, also, to add thereto,and codify i acting assistant ; pray ; }. ; .
messengers a For
dollars Island door-keep copperplate printing, books and maps and to buy the release of my broth Wit.-'Jack Adams. excellence, which "die and make'no sign;'* *
; such laws of the State of For Maryland a one thousand dollars. has been taken prisoner by the Cor.-''How did he recognize the body?" there are martyrs that miss the palm, but ; :;5.5
repairs of Fort Madison, Annapolis I may be, or become in force during the preIlaration each ; fifteen at one thousandtwo For \1 not the stake '
Larhor. mcssengrs. newspapers, four hundred dollr. But first, I am collecting money Wit-"Uy standing on tho body to let ;there are heroes without tho .
died : larJlmd ten thousand, six Hun of said code, and applicable to the I hundred ; superintendent For extra clerk hire and copying, my box." "So taken mite ?said the the water run out." laurel,and conquerors without the triumph. .f .
circumstances and condition of said District i i in of Senate furnaces one thousand my ,
; charge 5'r
thousand ; 9.
dollars: said clerks to be employed and the pilgrim the,farthing. Cor.-"I mean how did you know him?
For gave j.
repairs, of Fort rou1ric Charles ; and the said code shall be constructed :and eighty dollars ; assistant in charge of I only during the sossion of Congress or Tho Wit.-"By his plush jacket." I J'I \

ton harbor, .South Cnrlma, thousand according to a simple method, and be j furnaces, six hundred dollars 2 laborer in "..hen :nKn c. 1.I *J r AMJ.K1A, beggarwaswalldngaway1bungry aa "A else 1"Wit."N .Modesty.. ; atr : j
f'c ----- ---- npf."rV or.- ything -
-- ." "... come but time baser, wno uau looked on '
dvarl; exurcsscdin language concise and plain, and ]private passage, six hundred dollars! two the & 'mere is a resisuess unarm in a muuca' '4 '
department to answer some call made the old the broad be ; his face was so swelled his '
man was
iur repairs ot 'ort Jr'on, Savannah ,. far as possible, b made Ic\c.t the understanding laborers,at four hundred and eighty dollars by cither house of Congress at one sessionto to have poor bought. mother wouldn't ha' know'd him." demeanor the which is worth more than all t '.. .J' .' 5a.
l1ver. Georgia twenty thousand dollars; of a person ordinary intelligence each; clerk or secretary to the President be answered at'another. Cor.-"Then how did know him Tf arts which designing women seek ., ,; :

For l'pir.or Fort Macomb, Chief Men- and education ; and it shall contain afull of the Senate, one tuousad 5e'cn hundred For miscellaneous items one thousand I. Now., the pilgrim traveled through many Wit_"Caus I warn't you his mother!"- to captivate the opposite sex. Meretricious ; 4

teur l'ss Louisiana, nine thousand five and particular index t all it contnt and fifty-two dollors. draughtsman, two. dollars. sailed over seas in a little ship, and (Applause in the Court.) attractions may chance to please to-day '.(14.s

l dollars; and the preparation of said cto sbal thousand one hundred and sixty dolar; For compiling and supervising the pub length reached the city of Jerlem- Cor. ''What do'you consider the cause but native excellencei with the simple act : ,1
For the of Senate the pilgrim arrived, he first prayed ting} of delight tomorrowand '
extension of batcrv at Fort be mae under the superintendence re- chaplain ,seven fifty lication of the Biennial Register five hundred of his death'I"Wit."Drowning ; : -
Jackson, Mississippi !' tn"thousand Ti the Attorney-General of the United dollars-making seventy thousand two dollars. the sepulchre then presented himself in c urse." next day, and so on, without interrup :' '
dollars the Sultan who held his brother tion. the which 't.
hundred and dollars. pleasure we
; Statesand the same progresses shall eighty-four : :
For Cor. "Was
n books and music in the made to
.For r'-nir of Fort fit. Mississip- b under his direction ; and the For tie contingent expenses of tho Senate binding and copyright : He offered the Turks a great sum ticate -him?1"Wit."Yes. any attempt resus- derive from spurious shallow ciuuaia Is t :, S
printed for
: procuring if he would only set hU brother almost certainly followed
In Louisiana viz by disgust when
Jf'r, thirty-fhe thousand shall each be paid for their : the and mony. ." 0. 5 5 5'i..4a '
prints five hundred .
dol- .
dot For engravings, ,But "tho Turk required more. "I we come to see that we have been .
!; sn'ic out of the treasury of the United binding, forty-five thousand dol lars. Cor.-"lIow?" imposed ..
or contingent expenses of the fortifica- States at the of three thousind dollars lars. To nothing more t offer thee," spake the Wit.-"We searched his upon. It ,is not agreeable to us to know : :
rat enable the 1"Cor."I .
Secretary of State to pockets :'
*jons not herein t Tor and : pur- "than this common farthing, which and feel that we have been cheated.' Thin 5'
mentioned, the prsen'aton a year. the boar of aldermen lithographing engraving, forty- chase of Messrs. Little, Brown and Corn- mean did vou'try to bring him, '
of sites the and council of thousand dollars. beggar gave me out of compas old paradox about"beauty unadorned" has -
protection of titles, and common city of Washington ffe : five hundred of their to 1"I I 13-:
repair of sudden damages t forts twcnti'S l may together elect five competent books, five thousand dollars. I p.ny tion of Wheaton'u. copies Elements of new Be thou also compassionate" and Wit-"Yes-to the public house." much truth ia it, and ia veiy pointedly p4 ,

thousand dolar. persons ; and the board of aldermen and For stationery, twelve thousand dollars. I Law, to be distributed to the foreign ministers farthmg'rc'\ad the. S Cor.-'! mean to recover him?" prettily rendered ia the following',epig S ,4u* ,

Mu, 1855.S council of Georgetown may elect two com For newsppr three thousand dollars. and consuls and to the departmentsat Sultan put the farthing hi his pock Wit.-Wo. we weren't told to?", ram: _S : *

petent persons; and the levy court of the For GoL and biding home..two thousand five hundred dollars. and soon fort all about it., The Em- Cor"Did you suspect the deceased of 80".modeit Jajnpj iRe barn In silent beauty with shines unconscious light .J._ -.'. .5
NO. CLXXII. c&ntyof Washington may elect one competent the same, three of Germany came to Jeraem mental alienation 1" tnaiming charms with force reaUtleaa fall bright,"' ". S I

( An Act for the Construction of certain [person; persons together shall Fur reporting proceedings thirteen thousand To enable the Secretary of State to purchase war against the Sult Wit.-"Yes-, tho whole village suspectedhim. And she who meant,no miachief. docs il alt y 1
compose a to consider, at convenientseasons dollars.For fought bravely, and was never wound ." f
Military! in the Territory bar fifty copies each, of volumnes sixteen
" l. Road of provisions of said code, a it clerka t committee pagl police and seventeen of Howard's Reports of the Once an arrow was shot straight at Cor.;"Why 1" Co-operation of the Wife '
may bo prepared; and any three of saidpersons horses and carryalls, thousand breast-it struck him, bak Wit.Caus he alitated one of thesquire's :" :
: lie it enacted by tA Senate and. House forty-eight Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United !- wounded him No man ever prospered d in the world without
constitute a of said dollars, :nst,' witout' having pigs." _
! s1al States five hundred dollars. ths ;
t Representative of the United States of board the said such For miscellaneous thousand surprised at this, and SCor."You co-operations ofhia wife. Ifsho
I ; or provi. itemstwenty i To enable\ the of State to wa misunderstand me. 1 alludeto in Ij
ce '
Congress purchase unites endeavors rewards his
'.nerzc l.em./l 1'1t the ,ion thereof may proved by ma- dollars, I Secretary the battle, his clothes were examin I mental alteration." i or ,
a L of and Company
.j' is fifty thousand: b ad the jority of said board, shal b adopted n, and for compensation and mUpago of members two Mesr Littct of the tenth volume -- and in the breast pocket, the farthing i ,,Wit_"Some think he was." :. labors confidence with an endearing smile, with whit 4 54
copies his
tame here Ij' appropriated of .' will he resort to merchandise -
become found bad .
any the law of )Iwrin. of the House of Uepresonttive and of States Statutes at ag\ot"whicb' arrow Cor..- Hn what grounds 1"Wit."l '
a large
tunes in tho treasury not otherwise after th Unit farthing in or his rann.'By.orer'JandSt sail upon :2
l'rorided.And it shall duty delegates from six hundred and believe they belonged to Squire I '
ap b for to acts of Con :
for the construction of agreeably seas meet difficulty encounter
Jpnar a of tha said persons who appointed ty-fuur thousand nine and honor, and had it hung with a gold Waters." S danger j
may lin hunijrcd the distribution of the other -
i Riley t such pint on the Ar- t codify the said laws. attend, and, al I" seventy-six dollars, gress directing chain to the handle of his scimet"! Cor.-"Pshaw' t mean was he mad?" if be knows that heis not spending bid 1 a
t&ns&s t volumas senen thousond dollars. but' that 4- L *
River in vain his labor
in of the strength will bo i
a may, so.the said Attorney-General may attend compensation of tho oficors, on in the war the Sultan va Wtt.--cSarte he were?" 1'

&'ta of War, L most expedient for tho meetings of said board, t explain the mesRlgcl and others receiving an clerk annu 'Northal Executive of the B"idinzForcoml'nsation by tbe Emperor, and was forced Cor.-_.."What, devoid of reason 7" i. rewarded and by time sweets of home t Solicitude S

ttiliury purposes. s\'crl provisions of the aid code, An4 the service of the House ofHeprosentativoi watchmen and two laborers of the northeast yield'up his sword to bi. And, thus "Wit._U0h, he bad no reason to drown disappointment life enter the history
t St 2ffAnd be itfnrther enacted, That when the said. code, and the provisions viz j clerk of the, House of executive, thousand farthing came' with his into th hSeself, as I know of." ".of every man and he is but half provided .I

J te further sum of fifty thousand dollars thereof, shall have becq adopted by the Representatives, three thousand six hundred eight hundred buidingthro psselsion. Cor.-tCThat will do,sir. (To the Jury.) for this voyage hours who finds but an aa*

" oat;and of the uwo is, hereby)", apprpratd board,or by I majority thereof they shall dollars; twq clerks, at two thousand S For contingent ad expenses twodolar.said buildIng Whist sat at table with a Gentlemen, you have heard the evidence, ,Mcutdforhappy darkness and distress,while for hismontl'f

any moneys the certify)' the same to tho !President of the one hundred and sixty dollars each ; severe tiz : in his hand, the Empress and you will consider your verdict.'! j, ,no sympathizing, |H j
owne partner prepared. /
"oe'is, apprprate for the coudruc- Unit StaU-s, who' hall- thereupon cause cwrk at one thousand itt hundred bole For fuel, light labor,and S .' .throw ',hQ'shoulc like to see the Sultan's foreman.Xour worship we are all of '
a WILY t ricgr. published in a neat and convenient ; thousand 'onjj thousand three" hundred rpr ) itwubluht As the Fmper- one mind." :: Mince Pies
Wj the Rocky Mountains. form, and substantially bound hundred aud *-j the Cor_"Well what ia-that?"
,sums t b ; ; door-keeper, Treasury Departnsent.-For.compensation ehibited t the'En1prss, farthing Boil three pounds of lean.beef till.tender.
to'be expended under the direction and ho shall cuss sutfjcipnt two thousand ono hundred and dol 'chain into the beaker Foreman. "We don't what we're S
the nutor'of sixty : of the Secretary of the Treasury and from the golden mind i j and when cold 'chop it fine. 'Chop three I 4 ,
,o ntaetg Secretary, be of )urJuanc of volumes of.said. code to b priJte4 14r; postmaster, two thousand ono hunt Assistant.Secretary of,tho Treasury; clerks The Empror.prive this, and agreeable to say anything'yqur who hip pounds of clear beef suet,and mix the meti J! : '

Approved made by bim. bund.may be nca.-ssary amp dyed and sixty dollars j one messenger, at assistant messenger, and labor- '. lips, he please" S -5 [j j.Coft sprinkling, in table ,spoonful salt- : .

,March'3,1855. distributon' of the same among one thousand eevpn hundred Hind fiflfy>6Jx mangr ,ofc.[fifty-five, thousand five : out teCathigBut the farthing -"No, gentlemen ; I hate no rightto Pare,core and chop fine sU pounds of good, ; I j ; $

people sad Dtnc and for the 'prstr dollars and eighty; 'cpnta : librarian, 'ono hundred ad eyenty-two dolar. grown quit green. 'every oneS dictate to you: you bad- S better S consult apples; atone four- pound of raisins and, '1;
10. CLXXIIL ration of ,) ;S and 'a copy thereof thousand) eight hundred
jctfurtlier to amend the Act entitled shall be furnished t.e'er justice of the clerk, On thou8an4 eight, &dollars ; and tbe cerk .Comp 'aUQn.4an.t i the wine 'oreman"We have,your,: ?, ore cnrrantsj; .and mix them all with the meat, \
Act to peace,and every caph clerk of clerk to Committee of CJajms one'thou trUer in his rsnsr,thousand .to dest .ortmmpCror. The at we came and wo ara all unanimous.' Season with a 'spoonful cf-powderedc1.. I II ,
Pottages reduce-in the and modify the Rates ,aid Curt to. each coroner, to said levy sad eight hummed dollars ; clerk to, S&> four hundred and ninety-two dollars, Qror yfaY condemned"to death;' but th Cor.-"! am happy to hcar, i H gentlemen* namona powdered nutmeg,a little! n1$e. 1, I

?' i: her Unid' SatC.4> curt t public ichogl', to each 'public geant-at-armiona houeand eight hundred. compensation of tho, Second placed to tfie1''Imperial crW. (To'tftp qicrk.) ,Mr, Pfork' taiB the Tel'wet. and a few dotes,' pounded,and one pound !

.'ctf:-o eighteen Purposes hu 148d Jf t each public library, jo. euel puljllc 5olars} ; five'messengers, at$ ,009|b,9usand trolter. and the clerks,messenger, Comp, UI the fiirthingbad a child, 'Now the .'centIemen." white suM add a quart ofMdeiriwiae. 'I

'Be it 4'u ffty-, department, and t mayor each four h'uncjrod aqd forty doflars! each'; chap- borer fo ,- twenty-nine procured ilxjggar'bread,had released Foreman.-"Why then; your worship, and a balf pound df citron eat Jato; small

enacted t& of the lunlqf Washington and, kin seven hundred ,n4) fifty dQI-; two hundred 'and sixtoea dollar; ,sl( : had saved'the lite-ofa Sutn I its 'JiutiabU Suicide;* bnt we begs to recommend bita, This telxtnre put in.jar_and:"o .

Sr 11ttaiu, United'Sqc' t he kept and carefo.yprpfiervfld ]| niak-Dg? fof tvrthrep thousand i ''nd4 'S compensation of,the. Auditor of an 'Empero'rV-Therefore it* to rnerey-and. _hopes"we shall bo ly-coTered.will4keep' Bereral; ,utG ( f

\b: Congress ,I i and transferred tothclrsoyeraic56orib'vc. ,ud six dollars'and eighty It.. t ., Q4 ,1srks, messenger $riFt i }; $ pjes- to Impri crown, 'is there to thi allowed our expenses. "' -' make' a' rich ie.for: Tw1 i fi

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44.I ; have no doubt the i dark lantern From the Hartford Time*. ''e apprehen-. [oo1txIcATJbLJ] frt I say: woe'unto you, false teachers; iPLTICB AM(nw1US vii aJY
before DZ1TH Of
. know
last to youresnme
[ Tcbs. gntr The untramelled freedom to the : lear ,
he JforitoJACKSONVILLE look upon a democrat tajine game. A Expotltlon. uonde in fact Ma. : to condemn. As a Mason, of m CHIEF OJ TZZ HDTMOl"For I

while OF THE PRINCIPLES AND POWER ss is only of the Pr.b been justly considered one in religion ,a Roman bat
enjoy.your you can, ly years standing we a yesterday Know-Net
gnteme .pr OF THE KNOW NOTHING ORDEROF managers to bring 4 of the proud boasts of this land of liberty living in a free country, and witha o a |t
f\r will,soon up with you.- ON element of their CalboJc (Job,8\CAd?.
: b CONNECTICUT, FOUNDED I law, and we of time-marked hoN of all my responsibilities 1_
Some of our losses, the democratic partycan THE ACTUAL EXPERIENCE generatingdissensions, a fondly flattered ourselves that cnsons my my Country, I ask for "Be our day Os earth .. a .
the rankest in 4
very well considering the host of COUNCIL NO. 147., LOCATED .,and ogb b the noble institution;the choicest blessings An Importer, Sam,like eli.
SATURDAY-JULY, 7 1855. Fp a vehicle or medium of that e'o ar 0
and in their stamp of Heaven. *! power
good true we get places; alike Bare hiln &(
tch.tha which, give suitable god
t-=------ Others them CNAKIMOrS ACTION l COCKCIL. through .tC JUNIOR DEACOX, S. MIRAJCDA' up a
whom we admit to :
amongt : persecuted and BI. By mklaigbl delations, sly.tukeu sot nod*.
OUHSECOND; VOLUME. men assured Whereas the State Council of Kn out in the end vastly to honat1 entertained sentiments Those gentlemen (not of our fraternity) .
b wet meaning at its recent session in Norwich and principles, Vouchsafed to us; but thethougbt who have honored os by their presence o The p rtj Sea rmUd,
With strength wa "Kw.Notig .
die present issue of our sheet we will not r mi with you, long. The scales Nothng violation of its 'old and public alas mere is this Masonic occasion-We tender to them m
cntitution was
enter the second volume of the series i will soon fall from their though tre deluion a and hail their attendance ID Council and field,at C.rh sa4 a r iCalTtl
: new eyes a and laws, by which it professes tQ be governed the martyr is the seed shown by the course conductor a cordial welcome the doctrinescf 5.s! .
of the FLORIDA NEWS. they had been annointed with Potters clay, ,and contrary to every decision founded "form of religion h t Ancient in as a gritilying proof that they are The a old fogy and a Ua the 0
of the reference
As wu stated in our first number, the and you will Been in your naked difor- upon evidence and justice, did roke persecution of its pro City, t not of those who would illibreally condemn Pop t
b Masonic celebration here of the unheard. forel gn-hom men, said, had
the charter of this council on the representation the recent us unknowing and Al Som A
establishment of this paper: was an enterlirise I mity. They will fly from your unhallowed of the presidents of two other councils Its members never to anniversary of St. John the Baptist. His Upon the reading of the above sentiment, mnght in the Slate, ba pal &t ead....".1\1
4 entirely disconnected with the oldpaper Lodges, shakeing tht-dust from their in this Putnam addressed the Company, in He ha their lingo,1 l11 vope
i feet tw-No 105 and 108; jdtizen to fill any of- conduct in this regard is characterized by lj. 'bo German aon' rich frith hrorit"
of the same name, which was destroyed I Then indeed will hare come your day of a majority it voted at ; people. Thus, birth happy manner, and gave the following IW' ,

I, by fire. The obvious necessity of a retribution, and you will call upon ages of spring election accordance with the dictates virtue and the most marked inconsistency, showing sentiment approving of the Masonic Men, boUlog office, Sam view'd wIt dtfrut.
intJgnc that be is under a Foe hi Order
of their all, manifestly, : wort o a"
consciences D
own for, to
,I Democratic newspaper at this point the oblivion, t conceal your political iniquities. fear or favor of any man: Terfor What an absurdity,is sur-veiilanco wholy at war with the idea ol r Fraternity The institution /JIaor-Ialowe To Hot pri h Crn pat woo&e n
largvet town in East Florida deemed 'ar Igal a tem i
>> was Resolved, That we can rr I Nothing prncp1es'and his a free agent or independent man,. by time and antifed tirTe

by tho proprietor, a sufScicnt ruarante of of the Stt cuncl hi revoking a Arold He united bing. with the fraternity on the occasion durability is insurd against the assaults otimptent "Know-Nothing" army went/oita.{ w
the profitable investment of 71 EXT I4Vc notifying us of and at the same time eree.
.. 8 meas r- 110 in other that of Hamilton in view, and entered, t all appearance p fanatic. addressed With Sm their compel or Uee4 1
'. no light than then briefly
hare o ten thought the political intntion as Lafayette,
to A office their by
I quired one. new was,; 'vagucaries of the Know-Nothing Order were : tyrannical usurpation of power Steuben, DeKalb, fully into the feelings of those with whomhe I the company and offered the following sentiment e.ido. rgbt, govern nambn and JUUcej/"-rut

., therefore built, new materials procured atgreat oppressive alike t us and every subordinate Morris, and a host of associated-he went to far, a tc p : A creed so broad that all may &

UPDS aud a new !subscription list. less important in their misciniou tendencies council in the SLt. meiwiio. freely spent give,&under the influence of a shor.livedimnule I join To do right, to love your brother, Now Sam had an Unclo.who! ,.the lane BUMThen ,

than their religious Resolved. That has fully opened shed their blood in our and fear lnthi"Wbit._ louse, o
cpne. morlad of honest and.just. liberality_ ,. a sen Go. .fmm-. -- g cna .
.. to business,the proprietor rnonstronsitics. As politicians, they C our eyes to the manifest deterination liberty. Andr the of the institutionof Mr.O'Iar gave us: Chief of the Demoi-.of .me ,
timent in entire laudation 1 tDr
r of
.. met and down like the order to crush out both freedom prepared adopt Johns No. 12 May is Like"Old Bue would
, easily any t St. Lodge a .not disappointed. The subscription list b t'ote which afterwards in pr \it' nne nn ,
speech and action on the part of its members these-principles Masonry: which he a continue and its
. ..' filled and Jobs and Advcrtismcnta other party. But when the spirit of rl. of the tuity may lie call'd Sam a a thief and
rapidly, ; to utterly disregard the machinery semite submission the mandate of others, in rbt waat
crease .
persecution is once there is and t numbr.Col A traitor,jut fit .Spanish garotte,
obligations made in We have too
came in however,, gus aroused professedly had the unmanliness repudiate and leave R. an invited guest who .
that he would in hie UouU's
Unfortunael. got
apc t Foyd opinj*
when it will direction faith, whenever it shall best suit its their intelligence and of indisposition An
account -
wba on
.p these with in trick in the Ancient
f wer alwaJs amtied it will take. ThcJiistory of the world dark and unhallowed purposes: and henceforth will long submit to out of his unfaithful and disingenuous pub WI unble, sent the following sentiment, I caught b Doaiaie

4 / the "needful. Te expenses te office that is confined to to regard no other law than that We feel confident thaI lished account of the proceedings of the which was with three cheers: To catch this usurper,by force or surprise,

1 1I were largo, and, of course, tad to bo met proves persecution not passionate impulse and arbitrary proscription thousands in the or- celebration; besides which, other acts of rceic institution has been I Ir Onaacock eaue a btr named Wise,
I> ,promptly with the ready while ala any particular Church, religion or creed, which has ever been the last resort situated to ourselves, Free-Masonry-Its i brought in hi handthe old man' t coBBausJea.
money, his editorial impropriety may not b permitted of the best men,of and To hunt the dog to dreg !'
composed age young rabeaieiiei
those every
is te
of its Income took the but depends entirely upon the degree of powers only that have attempted that its influence I o
portion shape unnoticed. He wholy of country and perpetuity
shield the most gigantic wrongs interest t pass sup every it pro Wise old of in
fanaticism exists the people. upon every was a trapper coon disgaieet
of accounts. Thus,while apparently doing 1'Hc amongst dangerous plea of necessity and .*,know of many in pressed several sentiments sent by members claims its ecelenc. enemies and revilers Sam wu that "old un,"just now in his el

a flourishing business,it was found that thepffpcr No church can persecute without the sup- authority. State who feel with us of the fraternity and mutilated and will dust and forgotten, The tool of Aw.SothiC much blacker_tkt,
: of the Make fanatics of the while it will shine with its usual splender. soot,
Q't port Resolved in the resolved to
our opinion who
either reduce its ,
must ppulac. are
stop or expenses. -
I others in a not reconciled and "
l : The consequence the convey- mob, with any persuasion to lead has arrived alarm t b sounde their hands of this foul misprinted way intention t b Gomocindo Pacetty, Fsq., gnestltor : "Laiy 100"an arteu t bL
with honesty-of ,
& them, and there must bo victims. In our the ears of the people of perfect Though entirely in the The birthplace and faith of all mis t*
dee from the former editor and proprietor,, where creeds it to inform them of the existence of a a brief statement of and the typographical accuracy which,withso its hidden secrets, its prnc- Wise said .the law-hie object and tM
are so numerous
who was not a practical printer, to the present -' country, order in their midst, which is striking is needed to add to its much complaisancy and modesty, plea, a displayed in its benevolent deed This Msiim, Old Deme had never duie

one who is. I will be extremely hard, indeed, impossible blow in the dark against our clearly the character he permits his friends to bepraisc throughhis give me a abundant evidence of iu Their fothere died. b fougbt lot, b ble a Vi|
::1 of to tell who the victims will be, if the people of civil and liberty, and while it ostracis
Upon an examination our legr0 rlgiou which which own columns. Mr. Pcpy must deplorably YCNACIO LOPEZ, ESQ., guest: Frit-Ma
once become persecutors. At suffered t go soon def land, draws b Sam had gone North, wilhbb banner wrnrt.-.
find that the balance
.. now patrons precnt prize dear in religion, politics of honest and un ignorant, indeed,of his obligationsand sonry-Thongh others from ignorance of' To the Demo's cried h.olel hurl'4;

,. instead of hundreds, amounts to the excitement appears t b against i morals. and then attempts prerogatives an editor, if be dos its true principles may condemn it, it Soon caught by .arr. ,one by-
Roman Catholics; but who has not witnessed i a prove it, what it professes to The CoJnish- Nat.gsnd Key Steae.Transported .
thousands moiety of which, if it had Resolved, Ta we feel that we condition of servitude, not know that he possesses not the practices Grat

I Ii been have saved us much perplexit the bitter controversies between prove false t obligations to God individuality, degrade shadow ot-a right mutilate or, in any a truly Charitable Institution. wit joy at proepects so brghC

i, rid. different denominations of Protestants, our country, if we were to keep silent of mere machines, t Bao. S. MIRANDA : The present efficient Sam's friend me hideous the litot aijkt;
; quite violent we believe as ever occurred such : time as this, and that we the bidding of their way, alter what is sent t him for publication conductor of the ;Ar.iet City"-Liberal Tar barrels an"gewgongs" up the fall!
I Tk to our paying few, however, we a set fourth to the people the following the dictates of their : much less to take upon himself arrogantly in feeling and just in practice; may a success mon

.. II been enabled to keep agoing, and we between Protestants and Catholics. position of the order, and the their own thoughts to any portion of it, with attend his entrpristequal to his most And '' goes the welt.-hi fuort t...
I I have sufficient confidence in our patrons, Heretofore,since we became a people, these which arise in our minds to the prncples: others, and violate their out the whole in the same way.- sanguine wishes.Mi No Hindoo procession, D wild savsge 1tl
\ have not assumed a belligerent of its organization and action.On to the State of which treating No frolick of withes. in cavern or d,ll
to believe that, after tho statement \ quarrels our admission to this order we If it do not meet his erudite and sapient -. Papy arose, and thanked the company Eicell'd the screams and noisy chit*

.: j now make, they 'i come forar and enable shape. But once arouse the spirit of persecution given to us the solemn pledge and to submit to such approval his bounden duty is t return ito for the honor conferred upon him, and Of the lucky Kow.SoUgJ with a brick.IC i *trhat.

. 1 ., us t make tho FLORIDA NEWS worthy for religious opinions, and all the tht no obligations would bo im asurance but a for ourselves those who furnished it for publication. I expressed himself highly grtife with the .

of their ptrna in future. .l that is c\i passions of the people will bo awakened upon which would conflict with contrary to the genius Even his own after it was given and proceedings of the ocsion, gave the The time now arrived for the people to knew
r required to do sc is of and our country will b involved in one we had already taken, and owed to war with freedom of toast following : Who was the victor-who's rh''twM t ertwl r
prompt payment with the others within
our and families. For denuncia filed was scarcely was by all le .
grand conflagration of religious wars and country, our the open The noble institution of3lasonry-May Tat cltud =llo a"
their present indebtedness,and the advance sole that acted his fair of retraction not "A "Oil shaeJdvete
indications reason we as we were bund American. power certainly God bless it. leUlo th 1.1 Vr"

of th" -. suing year. persecutions. Already wo see to do under the constitution of the Slte the ofcrs and mem of full suppression. Bnt,1trng a it may BRO. JAMES A. MICKLER : The enemiesof Wise had been stamping through mountain

r of this spirit. and that we honestly complied at names to seem, this individual, hearing all the Masonry-Their the natural glen u
We below another threat against sacred obligations electors, we atcr hotit To rouse the women sad m
give a of union of Ol moys. .
OUT an
AT LAST. have thempublished -
read and the resolution to progency equaly
To to the "Old State
from come
the rescue
thrown out ejected order, anathematized in this State tat lY.
papers .
I II. The Republican has at length had the the Methodist denomination unworthy of respect, undeserving of are requested declared,readily avowed his wil- and Jelousy. From shame and pollution,by a reckless ingnie.

I courage to como out openly, and avow it- by one of this clan ot hopeful reformers confidence or trust in any business trnsactions lingness to publish them, at full length, in BRO. CAKE: Masonry-Founded upon Runners for news, were sent "like

., self the of the This is not the first one of the kind we have and I as deserving only the P. President. the sacred principles of Charity Brtherlylove "By the force rkr
organ Know-Nothing party: ,, BILL his how so great a change was o Inmeoge b 11ft
seen cither: and of all good men. We ppr and Truth-may we never be deaf to .
and take reproach ,
to its shoulders plt
j upon narrow a subjected to the most fearful Instructor. in his views and purposes on the the calls of the first, fail to cherish the divine "And return,by the downward ..
/. freight of odiom and ridicule, that would because we would not surrender to seven names. be probably best knows; but we, attributes of the second, or practice tam,
clerical fool struck with the imaginary success up subject
the Devil had
jI crush an Atlas. Very well, neighbor; we of the,crusade against the Catholics, most accursed of all despotisms our freedom Patriot] same time, more than partly gum the last in every relation of life. "Came tumbling bakldt. .tf.

I I with you no particular harm, but if we had has opened his batteries upon the Methodist of citizenship and degrade I at Baltimore. But enough of Mr, Papy-badly 'he BRO. ANTONIO ALVAREZ : The Junior They brugh.the glad tidings wit telegraph

entertained a particular malice against you,, Episcopal Church. Ho is intensely down t the ignomious servitude of with but few has, in our behaved in this matter Warden-The officer who watches the sun lped waters in Israel's dark

and wished to get you foul so that wecould American. He proposes in a course of ing a matf"s clar. ,_ startled and aroused aware judgment favoring dictation at its meredian.t call the craft from Laborto "Virgioi. awake-Wise has the nt,
In honest anti-frdom
lectures to show that the Methodist Church lucb thing what rather beaten-Sam a flat hueeeU"
I* pummel you to our own satisfaction,, is hostile to our Government, would contend lst.o'clock night,this or which he is made t bow, while we Rermt.BAo. 'o lid.a O

we would have placed you just where we and at war with Republican lstitutions. Price of might be imposed by the order are in noise and morn-oscIl- cannot but deprecate and deplore his want BARTOLO PACETTY: Masonry compared Had rain, hail and mow all come down lagItb.PThunder :

have if had the You Let the Unirer- least binding or entiled to a moments with Jesuitism-Both "secret societies" an.111)il. in cold witer'l wlr;
got you, we admission only 25 cents. the resembling independence of we are far more .
pwcr. spect 1 Who would not rather one erh spirt -Among the earnest purposes of the The wer of gy a jl y
must not blame us, if we occasionally salists and Unitarians bo on the look out. go / we have of to As of Sam and friends on that dismal day.
inclined knowing experience, and
ani Their time will come. Some us further, and say that man is guilty to perjury W& a first, is the mental enlightenment general h
of the ad\antng but lay it to tho think they are worse than the Catholics.among in the highest degree who would heard whom and felt in have all commiserate, than wholy t condemn him. improvement of mankind. The great They quietly "nrsiled" to regies unknown
account of tht evi cy, when you first Settle the question fairly, and we may yet with the order agint his own* honest Many were startled we from a Having premised thus far, Mr. Editor, object of to the last, the acquisition exercised of under wordly the When they Ipred or nobody where they h rt

listened t the tempter. enjoy a Star Chamber at Washington. victions at't in we, the Committee of Arrangement Ot power, b impiously Nobl. care;
instantaneously, at their and their
a hopes pity
York News.Sad We believe if the for such a sacred of religinn ; to the enslavingof CtaXow
{New Daily parent
You to under the infliction
seem wrLe' : rushed to their win- the celebration allaled to, respectfully ask the minds of its
disowns the the dupes.
offspring, obligation ,said the Domes, let the loud rut,
from cano
or quotation or two from the Tribune. keep the secrets of such a parent is if waking realize an what ino you to give the pding a you will Bao. JOHN USINA : militates From mountain and valo &Alalc'l aa.JJWak
Very like! You know their truth, and Accdent absolved, and the light of day should .ely to I find them clebrtion a JIaor-I up the goeU of the wily oooo,
On the 4th inst, while some of our into the The shock commenced herwith not with our duty our ODO again,horse,lot and dragoon.By .
pa- to
ceuld not deny them and therefore did penetrate the rute
permitted dar twelve o'clock, place in your journal, that public may Countr.our Politics or our Religion; when
net attempt it, but dodge the triotic fellow citizens were firing a salutein cesses this institution, so watch, not vary- able judge, from a fair and ungarbled with, we stand ready to -ligb 11 rockets roar banner display,
honor of the dar as too often happens at the same time so dangerous and destrctive b t it. With aol music enliven the day-
by taking refuge behind: insinua: frm true time for ten whether we have oversteppedthe defend bolaeb
thmst a the genius of American Insttutions.It sltmen" Let th Co your motto, on that gay latHist
tht is worn as thread- ar a the on such occasions, the charge of the twenty -:. is t arrayed in warfare against proceeded by a deep bounds of right. We prefer this request BY ICNACTO LOPEZ, guest: Freedom spot r
: four pounder ignited too soon, and whilst of slight tremulousness of and o"Slrnde who will, Virginia win not."
II lading politicans of your Order. But you machinery a republican gverment succeeded two I to you, because we know yours to ban thought justly regulated freedom
shall not escape that way-we will notpermit the rammers were ramming home the cart It has enticed the shok under no sacerdotalor action, the American ctIzn's undeniable AH hopes of the "loves and the !.h," were
u brotherhood. Thomas Holmes and a Mr. Theas- homes in the still hours of darkness,and very severe, so s independent press, birtb-rb in the of which, he Their bets,* (when paid) a large item ef W
you t deny your ridg. its numerous places of meeting bound to their foundations manacling censor-ship. may acuiesc in, or fearlessly refuse clerical Sam said k h,some relief might b seqktBy

'uot the Tn'bun against you, because it two worthy and industrious men employed to its foul and fearful purposes by rattled furiously, furn We are, very respectfully, or Churh diction way et a cg i the Stlt Rirf BM"i I i

i good authority, against KnowNothingsat Mooncy and Gokin.s Iron Foundry istering the most horrid oathswith, one slightly and in some removed instances from, Your obedient servants, BRO. JAS.1%!. GOULD: Masonry Within That Ark of Repose bod beD used by the C. :

11 ..' lot You know that the correspondentof were shockingly mangled by the dis resting on the Bible, and the other very few minutes after GEO. J. ZEIINBAUER, its folds are found the names of the great When they, like the h lost the "geMpoisfl !

that iras himself member of charge. Though badly we are toward Heaven, to yield themselves JNO. DRYSDALE I and of nation kindred !
paper your \\"ounded though at an good every tongue in
the control of thjs secret } TZE. 'Twu a piou retreat-long
Order, and in the Grand Council itself, and glad to hear that there every hope of servedly and t their families rwer world is in slumbr BARTOLO C P ACETY.C031 and people. It defies the impotent anathemas Ai a cure for the ills Came tr ;
even to deny to o
thirds of SILVRO J of bigotry and fanaticism. ,
0' therefore, we take it that his reports of the their recovery. The citizens of the Town the world that they hold connexion divine the lIRA The boat being ready, her colors hal matt,
anxious to
,proceedings of that body entitled to immediately came forward and subscribed the order. No person is permitted to BRO. JNO. L. HOPKINS: The Masonic The whistlelet off a mournful ;
, some [ You the& of about two hundred dollars for their an opinion which has not the sanction snllon. Some, who [FOB THE rtooiDA.KEYTS.MASONIC. : Order-It tehe men t be charitable, The Hindoos in mourning;, wives children and alt
platform re describe the .
crdit say in
the self-constituted mouth-pieces of tme faithful and true. Went on board cryingto& "dead march s.n"
your segment of the Order affords no foothold lief. this of severe. The earth The of St. John the Baptist
party. Within temple anniversary BLO. FELLOW TROWTEL h1Jn'in Their Canaan was sad,
and seemed gloomy
distinctly panngo t aoe
for Abolitionism. CUr
L He says, you implored In Ohio. Sir Oracle nrgns supreme. The \ some powerful convul was celebrated by the Masonic Fraternity but once visited the inner Chamber With grieforerwben'd, Sam ran ;aaJ

the Abolitionists to come upon it, 'Sa" who worships at its shrine is internal external of this town, at the former residence of of the Temple of its beauties have Bewailing hi. fate, to his his ,
or dc- ,
Cleveland the KnowNothing Masonry heshrick'd and
The Express, He feels "Sio trancit, ,
longer nor &
t but they kicked it, helter-skelter,into your organ in that city, recently speaking of unmanne.self. In no secret he steals of the shocks was Col. G. Humphreys, W. Master of St. ecur my undying r\ernc and venera Cel

faces. You were spurned by them, and the election in that city, says: like a conspirator to the place where dying off in a deep- Johns Lodge No. 12 on the west side of TC b ry Princes poor Sam are in burnt the true their Hindoo funeral style!pile, ,) 1!

yet;yu take great credit to yourselves b colored population generally voted most inveterate hatred is like distant thun- St. Sabastian by a banquet and BRO. M. R. ANDREW: Worshipful G. T sat reond him o supporting his pall, ,
"Te of the
1I you were permitted t adopt a plat American Ticket day btffcrc yester against the descendants and countrymen a heavy car upon other appropriate ceremonies. Several Humphreys, High Priest of Florida R.A. np the st.&mboat-Sam-uiouruers sad :
.in a soutber direc Chapter No. 2-May he long be spared to all!!! :
heroic valor
form with day. In this they those brave men asisted
nobody yourselves t stand and they will have showed.goojudgcnt. in achieving the liberties which we guests,not of the Order,among whom were preside over the body he has so often enlightened Keaonghton, Va.,June, 18 5. ,i

upon It Why, neishborwoukl have had their action. They rejoice with us in Sam's enjoy. In the same manner, and often of many who were seri Maj. B. A.Putnam,Mayor of the city, Geo. by his lessons in Masonry; and *

I them throw their inkstands at your heads triumph over a weak, corrupt Nebraska the hour midnight, he gropes his way destructive of a succeed R Fairbanks, Esq.. Clerk of the Unite when he is called hence by the final summons Filth[From the nook N.T.Sunday or Samuel Mereury.JThe the Strrtf J ,

: also 1 Can you name a single Northern Administron. The colored/people are to his family again to repeat the c1amly. States District Court, Mr. O'Hara, of the ,may be be received into the ineffable Unto the Mercnrlans.
State that h adopted your platform, with : better citizens th the tiuie-told lie of no connexion with brought wreck matter more and slep.-dis firm of Mathieson&O'Hara, of Charleston, joys of the sanctum sanctorum above. CHAPTER I.

Sye4i:4 .,' eut some mission or addition to suit the bores of Catholic shores.Irish" who ar)yearly order. So much the flshoo in the were in imaginative M. E. Papy, Editor of the Ancient City. BRO. J.W, SWINEY TYLER: JItor 1.Toyourtents,0MercuriansT "Gmb

locality. But this is a part of the tactics t our cire. wber cnfdenc it proper to make and Ignancio: Lopez and Gomocindo Pa- Te h senseless, and., puny war. .nd KC..n. -!?,.. ., 1" for. uc._" iA abent..
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harmony eis it work -
6boud b On locality againt may personal injury
: of the pic-bald concern. A gentlemen a F honored the occasion their yea, even in your very midst
many-headed by
Carried I Columbia True direct tendency t produce suspicion a peculiar brillian cetty, qs. to some of its members here but must did

i:4 monster, with faces t suit th peculiar Subscription Uer Interests I mistrust on the part of wives and immediately prior t the presence. be utterly impotent of evi t timehenoied 2 The him Wise round men of and they smote encompass

: prejudices of eer twn county and State The question of Subscription t the Atlantic towards find in their husbands town where and a eons council; soon followed by more After the usual Masonic observances of institution a say to is"foes, him on the right abut on the left,and

t the Union'ber the Order exists.W and Gulf Central Rir &presented of- lets we the female every portion of the darkness. Another. the day, by St. Johns Lodge No. 12, at its "Cease, Vipers,you bite against a fle. / Samuel" hastily departed-for the scourjt

have not time on Saturday lat t people that he saw BY A GUEST: True Masonry-In its not in him.
t bandy criticism ColumLia are speaking out boldly their moral salorltts Ual in the city, the Lodge was called from abide
'1 our cotcmporary about the propriety County manifested precincts. nation against an order whose infuenc a large a "Labor Refreshment" and the members philanthrophy, a expansive a the blue "Samuel" straightway repaired
wit Considerable interest was on the and ,
sky explode t
baneful all arch of heaven itself; circumscribed by no to the city of Penn, and there assembled i
r4-. th. language used to express certain the subject and the result shows that the nected so manifestly with it whether upon or ar heavy artillery, mak- and guests assembled at the place appointed geographical lines, and recognizing no dis- secret canclave his Chief Priests and Scribes,

' ideas. Wo leave such quibling to-those majority of our citizens are in favor of internal nearly This solution ot a above for the entertainment. At 3 tinctian Nations:all believe in a SupremeGod and unto them b made sad lamentations. .

who have no more solid capital to- work improvement have; "counted that with a the prudentforesight lyHe who does not here behold the ,howefer'want P. %I. the company sat down t a rich and mar kneel together at its alt and 4. For ho wa wy-wor and weary,ana

We know we understood, and they cost of demoralization and ruin bcantiful tastefully under worship Him in harmony and sorely vexed in spirit; for the "Untem
'ith discrimination and deter prepared
made a just are working have been rpt south of the line called
wh w.say tells. I our neighbor wishesto to advance their interests and estab b a poor moralist. who had the obsne op the dirction tho efficient Committee of BRO. P. GOMEZ-He who lives to see all on's, did handle him Maon'D.
mine these evils of small Masons dead will -
# I But are too old live much
know v/hata Democratic Convention futura prosperity of the CountWc tude and consideration compared -a opinion,being a- Arrangement-which all seemed heartily b t 5. And when he had related unto h
of'Columbia : 1'be longer.
assured that the action -
would hare-done under like circumstances feel other gigantic with which asset that the earth ap and rationally to enjoy. The cloth being Chiefs and Scribes the evils that had
some wrongs
County will bo viewed with pleasure : and then sink, Bao. A. E. HERTZ: Our Worshipful whichhe :
to those tho Council land. The sub fallen him, and the dangers
was labors to curse our the sentiments through
Know-Nothing following were
in sections
by the friends of the road many of to and fr quickly rmove Master His well established Integrity will bad passed in the "land of the Woolly
placed in, we can tell him: The Abolitiondelegates inasmuch the connecting link h thus of a few pieces cf red paper a or fifteen second. The enthusiastically received:- remain to his followers. and cried
a "brother" to a hnd-mak Heads, they their teeth i
arm gnashed
would have been eple nolensvolen been formed, and the chain is com self shape with obliges eveI" and revolver or t roll and rever gven WOUUPIL G. HUMPHREYS, Presiding Br WORSHIPFUL G. HUMPHREYS: .Ma- aloud '

and not have plete. The action throughout & been to night's azure dome. : John the Baptist To do honorto vngnc. i ;
bn t and follow the beck up St swry-While it is, in its principles and 6. Robert, whose surname i'
withdraw. This was the course adopted slow and measured, but tne rult. ba deadly their leader weapons even to the shedding of noise had ceased,dogs memory we have this day assem I spirit, formed to be the natural ally of that uCade," the chiefest o i

at the last Baltimore -Democratic Convention been certain, and on that aunt not the The Cincinnati Louisville, St. and bark in all direc bled. In his life time scarcely less distinguished genuine religion, which both teaches and them all!!,was "Know-Notin
Below the resultas eciDwrthad-
less wo give Lui have been Patron of thanas
always ,
Irtifying. other fearful and bloody they as a Free-Masonry practices Charity t mankind-it can have fy
when Robert Rantoul and others, not election We understand countries zealous and efficient of the wrath :
rtur. a of of his
riots are but the legitimate 8ub avOt no community feeling with that over 7. But the odor from the vial
half so deep in the mire of there was no election held at working these throes of doctrines of his beiof
&ntilver a tha hence the order, and but the pure Chrst baling bigotry, (mis-called Religion,]) overcame his weak.nerves, and there 1
Senator WUson, Gov. Grer, and others, some of precincts, we prent.on1y scenes as were on the soil of was unusually sultry charter, in both it rspct must ever would had it the fower' ruthlessly no stimulants in the council chamber 1
favor of and
of votes eat
the sum the shock quite a revered by so 1
deeply "
were expelled and defied. This is'an epi ttl this time. under red r1e strong b Mans consign are non-acquiescent into "Sam, Robert bd spasm I

I in the history of Democratic Conventions aainst the ric up t. 2G5 Tos'who control and manage the it might have been the may abiding his example and salutary and teachings influence exeris upon their an its dogmas, to the stake and fagt who 8. And had assembled the of "S"' I,

,which our neighbor would, no doubt, No Subscription 126 fair the spoils of corrupt olQce; and concern no means are in, it mill in our own TiI lives and conduct. Long before the shadows of evening b the South,aLd the Est tm' the West,$**

lik t suppress. I ever untried I from the region of Bao. SENIOR WARDEN, GEO. J. ZERK- fall, the company retired, highly the Island beheld what badhappened

But the only part tho Republican's Majority for Subsrpton. 230 this dcprt a ef t .I Central Railroad arriv BAUER: The Grand Lodge Flrda gratified with the "(eAst of reason and the ut cll Robert they straight/

arc of last week o any pith in .Alligator. Adrer i The order is engaged in a crusade the shock. &distinct- The efficient and honored he o Mn I flow of soul" they had been permitted t adjourned
It, that ia whic editor. boasts oftheir : I religion ; it revives the old spirit.of the county, 'mills as are as in our State. enjoy,convinced that it is good for man 9. Some to the house of Bridges'
whic Taking Alarm. cution for opinion's sake, and of powder BRO.JUNIOR WARDEN,JOHN DRYSDALE: t the publicans, and otber to the !:
success inveigling into their scrrpcnt -: infertherefore: tblt. the met ever and anon in social communionwith
the modern Delilah's where
Tho Synod of the Lutheran rallies around its standard thousands Masonry-God's own institution-one thai stgr

like embraces, some membr of the I Church PiUabur hT adopted the following resolution -. are always found more willing t nigh might of,in all earth pro has stood the rng.of time, and the his fellows. "taken in."

e/ This Catholicism than'' practise a I of and and
p dale party. suppose is to : against ( \ in workings now, CHAFTKX II. _
some extent true. We have the I 'Resolved, That, In the judgment of this ow profession.. Odious religious India! islands.point probably We shall ever yIl rear her head far above the lightsoffalse : -A letter from Paris. to the New 1. And it came to pass on the morrowj

chuckling docking of of on'ec together -' Presbytery, the principles of our church which have been successfully_ : accounts in duo Christianity. York Times says: "News has rac1.e mo, that fcSam" aoude the tomjohn *
&cl exclude from communion the member of down and removed from BY BRO. SEC. 'JOHN DICE gathered
about Town that was had whenever tbatte'of give a satisfactory solu : lIl- just in time for the steamer's mail of to-day straightway anined "t
a the secret society called know-nothings State a speedily frm is The practice of the great round about him.
drag now a mystery, won-. prncples that the Spanish Government had agreedto
SI Jt .aubt bute. suppose th and the members of all tush seies and some tomb and into life. general conversation. Christianity-Faith in Go immortality 2. And from the'heart of the 'I\! t
whig would that the en- Catholic is b tolerated, no matter and Charity mankind dismiss the Governor of Sugar la Grande there went a of
: :er o P&bJ'wr dIrt ss{ ( t t al ; by up prayer .tbnkg'i
have too much shrewdness ;gloat over force this opinion. sincerely he may revere his Maker; he Cake. Mr. following its precepts we may defy the ma- from his office, and t punish the officer I and praise-an offering for

to hold no office in the gift of.the was aware to lignity of its opponets. command of the if, he has exceeded of their out of the hd o.'
the Fmln
their deipcs in public prints. They have no in the government nor /at of the propet ,
Je WALKR-KINKT Bao. PAUL ARHAU,TREASURER : the orders in the affair of the ElDorado '
eem 4to enjoy their triumph.. very much TiE EXPEIIIOKT est in any of It concerns, while the Agricultural Society Washington Justly called the George 3. Now among chosen of &SI" I
New York Sun contain following: infidel after the following "Faterof which orders, it seems, where explicit te
Such d :
and well th/way. scenes.forcibly i6t'dbce; Morontor his Country" distinguished council :Barkers,
A letter, dated San Juan June a not vessels make search asmble ,
private good to
as a stop any B"J
reminds us of a cbaricaturo .we once saw, Walker is about hiat r one-fourth and prominent as a uniform and t :, Nigbtnp1S
14, : "Colonel of eight zou until under
185.y t e Christian. they had entered the waters Churches, Parsons, Crne Pyle ft j
his Satanic magcsty fishing .
batter c
representing has
land He ffr-n They have fearful !
.; fcr men with a bottle of rum.dangling at men with Ilnd. I to fght aat the Catholic'church jrill aprenstos.tbi! ltr t'l nful of cream DaJ.-Szlu a DEACON, JOHN MESTERS jurisdiction' of Cub The Spanish Government Sluhter, ( Coks Batt, Ca. Pike a {

4I. .tbe ndofhislineforatoit. Having.booked Government py. seas the'country, ( t'mi.Ik' of ; nul fa :Flavor &absent account of sickness: also a 11emn',declarationthat other Flat, who .spouted Ww "hc
'Wc that Colonel Kin- publicanism and t asMonry-Those only can''appreciate it it has not the intention of them owerfulI.
&d tut. for
.' trout Ia 1 the shape of a saintly u' into this. who have been instructed in its ben Spn spirits *
principles moe
that this dif-
will ;;
coo ny will rI town, bat Out.he when that is in the most see nor.'does she pretend even 't haO any 4. And the mighty "foick"
the eur do for sinister and others Albrt
,Farsonwhowadlnglngdesperitcly some *
( ,will nuke a descent upon a part of the coast dine in the C1tr and while it all prYol receipts pus vItoearcl American vessels on the teprto" %
4 TI btt lie draws him in with the:p'tt where Friends await him, and where his en I ly continuing in *moiety of' 'In t' pr.EI may, isnorantlyt nc of an right t ", Wet, si' o
traduce it.. To tho tho
unscrupulous bigotry was.
depicted &n his. Cvuntcaanoe We j emies ,'Ulcut ofall expect him." who reach our shores-strong in their Tl high'


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orth State did "hito in cho1Jflt1UlIf PRICES CUKIICNT. WILMINGTON' N. C. S. H po'thc muI ;' BY-ROY Ai/LETTHYDS03LAQE3T RI PAtUI'.
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&be) Corrected vceklyjor the Florida ew, by iUtttaal l' lire mE ? .

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I 5. Then a1"Ol1 Barter who, Chief howled long and Sea bland and Short Cotton. Fetors, TUE FIE STEAMSHIPCAROLINA AND .COMMISSION MERCHANT, Tea DeposKory; If AT' ATLcOcSIMLit1 iv i-

the city of; Gotham then at, himself down-and Forwarding
p"U'Ou6J.r Charleston or PESJrlTLToNIA.Conarr .O Cotton Rice,Sugar Lumber, Timber and opposite ..L"ft'J'ACTC1UD" i ft
23. 1855. I of Fourth and M Ufarket-SU HarrUbvrg Office, Jacksonville. BRADLET t GO -
and other
followed William and John Southern Prodoce. Also Merchandise pmr- ,
rrTben TT THERE U kept comtaat11ftland Urge and ; .
VMind Thsddeus.and Daniel the Goth- UPLAND COTTON -Tbe idea of tils' article CAPTAIN CXETE. rEXNmTAYIA.Ca.lDlta chased on most advantageous juIyS-tf VV well selected assortment of 44 Market-St Haadkester. 1J

.ho I ori6Sara" and cried11oadt the part day amounted to 500 bales at from 10 to of WILL STAKE who A desire the accommodation ]. $ ,. Land for Sale. DRTOS! AND ctM1CAY.; tide Prinoi, London>f TTcrcAMur, England., 102 America Wood-StmC.= ; -
to avail themselves '
Illite the Pope!" 12 1-2 per Ib.IUCECte. passengers CHARTER PERPETUAL. Always received by the latest arrivals,warranted mtnl 38 Ann-Street Kuia&Stn Km* '
-ucifr this favorite route going North She will leave TJTSURE BUILDINGS Perpetually MER- THE SUBSCRIBER_offers for sale 1000 4102 !
-And iuddcnly there aros a great 5 to 6 per Ib flu. article decling. Jacksonville fat 3 o'clock MONDAY AFTERNOON 1 CUANDISE FURNITURE, VESSELS ia Pine and Hammock Land in AW X fresh ant gencia Alto I -

,1flnotion'. in the camp -Samuel" ORAIN-Corn 11.20, to Peai 'UO 9ta July, and Charleston at half-past two Pert and their CARGOES aDd other Property, achua county which will be sold at a bargasi for Perfumery Comb, Brushes, Soap, 'pat Hydromagen U a valuable dacoverr tssTpiulectinx ;
.poih-laocs1'{ clamored 1 nd1YtaDd to 1120 per bubeL Oati 70 u TTcta. Wheat o'clock OB WADNESDAY AFTERNOON, the against loss or damage by Sre.DiRECTORS. cash applied Co soon. Any information can be Lamps Burning Plaid, .c* .L the feet (mesa damp or cold
S. The waxed exceeding/! < llth, arriving Wilmington next morning time had by addressing. at Palatka. which will be soil low for ewh. therefore s preventative of many Lug df nesses,-- : :
the "Fire-Eaters" 12 to 1220 per busheL We have large order for to connect witbj&e tegular man train lob 3--tr ..1.AR. OW. Country orders foliated and punctually attended iriMouf any dactorutevhattrtr. The Hydrosaagesi.
Is in the form of aside boot
aad the esT
this article. a sole won
30JOHN BROWARD,AreDL'fines John P.Rutherford I Robert Edt to. prescriptions put up with can end "
'oV Tooth-Pick" of Arkansas, S50 REWARD. &J.ticiau' she* IttiiMtficatefcbmncUrba pewerf aatfc' ,
FLOUR IU bbl. Extra 111 to 112 -
1 of Colt, caused a to Pftr Philo c. .dgwkk, AtonioLCarri.r, (s RANAWAY from the steamer Car- dote to disease. .

the Tersuadtr"the pint of rebellion We have 150 bbli and lack for sale. Liquors and Segars. Albert J.Gillett,, John B.Rutherford fa sUns whilst laying at her wharf ia JacksonJN.ville Agent for the New TEAff.York Pekia Tea Company. _For(&tlemen it win be found agreeall,war < .. .t

cb&ne to come I\"er became suddenly doc1.o. IL\COS.-llOC round 11 3-4e to 12 1.2; Hami S AWL BLACKWOOD bas Just received fresh Samuel Alran Wilkins T. n ,5amuel J_. |[ on or about the first of March last a Tea of direct importation aad of 34 varieties,from and healthy wear in the coldest ratni *t veati
Jones I.
the belligerentl apply of LIQUORS negro man named JULY. He is of black complexion er, a*the foot ennnot become WM if the HrdrocaaMOHbinwrtcd. :
and 14 to ISoU. per Ib. WINES. JOHN P. RUTHERFORD Pruid. a 1-4 to 1 Ib. ia a package, all warranted aad at
"f his old stand on Bay street, and BOW offer to about 25 or 30 years of age and has a Ladies may wear tM lightart sUed'
the council fires SUGAR.-5 to 6cU. per Ib, for brown. A. J. GILLETT, Secretary. He about extremely prices. boot shoes in the most inclement weather wtta-
; tralghtwsy his customers u choke an assortment as rarely is 5 feet 10 inches Dealers orderIng or
T any supplied by
; fJp'Coun
COFFEE,-Rto 11 1.2 to 12 1-2 eU Ib. L.MORO General Agent.J. while> Consumption &'"" *
His wife
xtinguiKhed and "Samuel" commanEThfc per market can offer. Segan sold by the thousand high. is living at Palatka and h. is accompanied with Cub. impunity ; 'g
to depart in peaceandbis MOLASSES.-N. O. 32 to 34 ; Cuba, 24 to 26c. Wines by the basket or bottle Liquors by the demijohn H.McRORY A rat,J cbmril Fla.KIPEaEKCU probably la that neighborhood. The above reward .young of Mr country may be thwarted bj
disciples A, rColJ.S.SammiI GARDEN FLOWER SEEDS PLANTS, *c,
will be the subscriber for his their general adcptiaa. They entirely tvftnmfk'nerttoet
the doten in bottles. given by -
BAGGING. 13 1.2 133-4. Dundee or gallon or by apprebensiosi
to .
command. -Onnny hind.
o\eyed his WINES.The I CspL Charles WDlev, and confinement ia jail at Jacksonville or also always kept oa as the latter cause the fm to yetsyiraia ,! .

10 to lleU.TOBACCO.. CoL John Broward. I Sam'l N.Williams Esq.. delivered to the Captain of the boat July s-tf T. MCMILLAN. a very unhealthy manner; and besides, ass aot: ,. ,

CIUFTEa III. .-Virginia and North Carolina 15 to DEIRA stock SHERRY Is comprised CLARET CHAMPAIGN PORT .., MA.. CoL Henry Thnanw, | f March 7-tf1 March 31-tf L.1L COXSTTZB.Jacksonville SAVE TIME1 SAVE MONEY SAVE dangerous wear to pedestriaa ia kry weather ftk- .: ,

it came to pans on the evening Factories of TROUBLE I India rubber. While the latter cans ther fee ;
BOcU We for
Sow :
t. perlb. are Agent LIQUORS.Old FOR PHILADELPIHA. FoundryMACHINE .
of the week (known in those I 4 t appear extremely Urge the Uydrwnagea, Mac .
day Bead this idTertisemenl One
of the f that the fatted calf was these State Cornac, OtardMartl and Antonie Cnrreau, New Route to Niagara Falls the Grea UTD a mere thin slice of cork prepared peculiarly pi&fed .. .

; dafl as Thursday.) unto WINES Longworth'* of Ohio, at from $10 to Cognac White Brandy, Old Holland Gin and Northern Lakes and Canada. and Ail I!! inside does not fajcrease: the tiN of the boater .. : H4
Ind a great fca t was prepared, Schnappe, Bourbon, Monangahela Scotch and Irish WORKS. To ChBdrsa tite*- -4 '
killed We for these Wine Fare cause the Aloe to appear untidy. I J
$15 doten. are Agent flSI Reduced.From
Chief Priests of Sam" were in- per Whiskey. Jamaica and Santa Crns Rum, Porter, >! To 1\cr.b.n.nts 1*. .
\valuable aj they
the are extremely may e&fas .
I .bieh SALT.-Sack Salt 9120 to 130. We have Ale different brands and on draft Champaigne Savannah through to Niagara Falls S2S, THE Subscribers. having made extensive and PLANTERS A DOIllERS. exercise with comfort sad healthy effects. Tkesf II I--
Cider Cordials Bitters. Ac,Ac. and distance aborter than other Route. improvements in their establishment become Char- ;
located ia
partook freelf without 2000 lACks for tale. by any famish- HAVING permanently expense fa *o alight a*to scarce seed meukat fc- "
2. And they SEGA IIS. npIIE well known tin claw side-wheel Steamship Steam, are now prepared to I am prepared to do anything of the sides those who patronize them will find their year
and without pnoe.B JL KEYSTONE STATE R. BABBIE Engines any required power,from line of AGENCY and COMMISSION .
; B teV Of the most apprured brands. CapL a general ty doctor bill mtuk dimir.ia/tcj thereby.Hareourt .
3. 'But from all others who partook of. To the Voters of final County. TOBACCO. sails from Savannah for Philadelphia every 1 to Saw 100 Mills horns; business entrusted to me. I intend giving the Eradly A Co,of London and Maac&Kter t .

rtfrtof there wan demanded ten pieces On the 1st Monday October next, yon will be Yellow Bank Fine Cut, ia tinfoil James River, alternate Wednesday as follows: May 23d; June ; Mills greater portion of my time to the filling of(wa- England were originally entrusted with ih* t .
Sugar ,
lawful currentV or the reAtm. called upon to eelect from among your Cititen a Sun Cured and a variety of the choicest brands. 6th and 30th; July 4th and 18th; August lit, Hone;Powers try orders for manufacture of the Protectors by l&. Ismesifml .1-', i I ,

Iilnr.But the "Greks" and the:'Sour1.oots" Clerk of the Circuit Court. Thankful for your June 15th and 29th, Aa-A7 ., baring Philadelphia the Grist;Mills Groceries, Provisions Dry Goods Hardware Dr.Cooper and continue to manufacture: aonord'ms i : t r
contribute a dimc-no 3GttNOTICE. intermediate Wednesdays. A* regards speed and an other Clothing Boota, Shoes. Drag to Ail original instructions and therefore teeosa I
machinery used in this :
: would not In electing me to office, I once more solicit strength and accommodations there is country. .
; support no thip running Paints Books mend those who would wear '. Protectors, _toee -
Iron and Bras Oils Fruit Liquors
.I f the best on the coast superior to the KEYSTONESTATE. Castings. i
taaingle enJeavored
your votes. I have A LL indebted to the lInd.niped.rerupectfull1 to their being genuine. :
Thorn- penons Saw Mia
It.prepart'd by t7'Steamboat and other repairing. Stationery Fancy Goods I. 4
.. at this X\ Smooth water 100 miles on Delaware Rixcxsxx IS nasix W 4' tI .1
S. d the duties of office requested to come forward and THIS A anuct.z
of ability to lcharge my at short notice. in '
assisted else that be obtained either :
my or anything
fetert.t and Hirer two can
Bay only nights at sea. Cabin .. .Ii
Ethiop. prided make and be would caution all PATKTT 1 IlICUL i. ,. ,
the 0'e1b and John. impartially. It cannot be'expected that a clerk payment; persons Passage, S20; Steerage, *3. 157; All machinery purchased from us win be Odi or Northern Market, and through the arrangements PRICES I '. '. .
Ben>m'm, Charles, against settling any bill in his favor to any other put in operation in any pastel the State, by that I hare made with the leading RETAIL < t i t
Thomas ian- can beoome at once familiar with aU iu details- This Line in CODDectiou.ith: the new NorthWestern Garr's SIM. 11.0., 5( :
76. And Tiands prepared by person but himself. Rail Road Route*frwn Philadelphia affords eompeUct ip rfaini t ,... desired,. aad upon Jfruat dealing ia the above articles I shall W .' "
will not L3.Digs'do. - Z,00d. \ .
wines brandy it takes time. The duties of my per june 30-tf SAM'L BLACKWOOD. reasonable terms. -
rapidlYi and the the shortest cheapest and mostjinteresting > .,Ut jaiake.purchases oa better term than the .. > i0' If-t
] .
iabed Bors'.tMzssxa do. d* .
.biby and jin-thc .Bint offering of Jacob mit me to visit you all, but hope tone some of Insolvent Notice Route from the South to Niagara Falls! the Great charge.Drawings and Estimates MOONEY fnrnlimed t QOOKTN without Merchants or'PI&merstb.u..t....-.Id; therebynotonlysavingtbemthedifereuceinthspsie.oi HARCOURTBRADLKY A CO, : "

hose surname u Snider,did disappear you at least, before the Election. Northern Lakes and Canada; passing up the Val. 33 Aa Street 102 Nassau Street,. ,. .
L. DONALDSON, Adminktratrix of July 8-tf Founder and Machinist the article but also the exorbitant xpente -
1 GEO. STONE. EMILY ley of the Schnylkill by Valley Forge, through necessary Jiew-York ..s '- ;
\ >
mOlt mfftenQU& Robert wa ed cicce4liny Jacksonville, Jane 30teRfpu1.lican & S. Donaldson late of this County Reading, the famous Coal regions of Pennsylvania *i FLORIDA mON WORKS >& of time and trouble attending a visit to this Principal Warehouse, 102 VTood Street 1 f.
also the sdrcS-
IiLDighhny filed in otSce written I will attend to
deceased having a City. personally
And my sng-
;. "
Williamsport Elmira and Canandiagna and rfVR W. BIGGS & CoM. 44 Harietchetter SZt-ta- .
c1uqucnt-delifcn.-d himself of aspeech ..- please copy. i gestion of the insolvency of said Estate. This if. j' reaching Niagra Falls and the Great Suspension T' JarlaonriUe Flo. ing. Packing; Marking and Shipment of goods LrnuJim,11an.waetorr., England.II. ..". : t
therefore to all having demands so as to avoid an mistake and damage whichgenerally .
arid "llUted. notify persons Bridge in sixteen hours from Philadelphia; traversing now prepared to execute promptly orders BA Co, are establuMng Depots for t2ke w. : :
Kenneth James Elihu. United States Mail Line. against said Estate, to present them duly proved ARE arise from want of little attention.
8. Then followcd a country unrivalled in the grandeur and Steam Engines Saw Mills Sugar Mills of "The Protector" in all parts of America Paysidans .
and authenticated to the Judge of Probate of Du- addition to the above I wifl also attend .
who declaimed most vehe- beauty of its scenery. Through Tickets, allowing and Pans Grist Mills Horse Iron and Surgeons Druggists, Clothiers Dry Goodr, I
wd' Judson THE NEW AND ELEGENT STEAM PAECET, val! County on or before the first Monday in Jan- Powers the disposal of any produce that may be shipped I'.
passengers to stop at intermediate points and relume Brass Castings and every variety of Machinery. Merchants Hatters and Milliners,also GeDtI... :
at which time there will be to me desirous of Shipments i
Any making
wenth" next a pro-rota person
nary their journey at pleasure for sal by theAgent entrusted with U ,
their hands Carting, Forging and Blacksmith Work Saw Mill, Furnishing Store-Keeper are *
And the 4ailhfur did clap rST. distribution of the assets of said Estate amongst of Product of any kind had better write to me and
9. at Savannah. Fare from Savannah N.
Steamboat and other repairing. wholesale and retail distribution of them sad lowborn
and Judsou I will them information the
is the creditors thereof.Withes give as regards
aloud. "Sam" great Falls, the Suspension Bridge or Buffalo $23 to will every liberal terms offered for their
and cry ; Thay continue the manufacture and keep are :
JOHNS Market of how -
of Probate and the manner and to ship
name u Judge Packing
his prophet! my Flmira, S26 ; to Canandaigua $27. constantly hand heir variety of Plows Timber and a splendid opportunity openstolbem lor sale 4. 1
[Seal] seal of said Court, this the twentieth them. From my long experience in a general
10. But the fpecch' of Judson pleased CAPT.. JAS. FREEBORV, day of June A. D.1855. Agent at Sarannah.May Carts Chains Ae, to which they respectfully invite mercantile business I think I can give perfect satisfaction Dad profitable business.; I.;; -
C. A. L LAMAR. .
&Jur.Kruuta"and For to
the terms apply
not the 'Greeks 1TTILL HEREAFTER lUTe SAVANNAH FELIX LIVINGSTON, patronage. July 8-ly i to off and suit the lacitjaitidiau* taste i

did hiss slightly. \\ for PALATKA, E F, touching at the Judge Probate Dual County. Salamander Jacksonville BlacksmltMng, in my selection Give me a trial is an I ask. IL& CO, .
they 8.E2ST
Lightning 38 Ann Street N."- rk.U. I
11. Now this did Tex"Sam" sorely: but uHual Landings every SATURDAY morning june 30-m ANDMACHINE For my services I shall require a moderate commission .

Cnterrified" heeded him not, and did 10 o'clock. CONDUCTORS. SHOP not exceeding ten per cm/, according to THE CHEST. J5E3T t :.. :
the This Boat will reach Jacksonville every Sunday The These are the only Permanently Safe the Tiaturt of the business. SIR ASTLEY COOPER B'Afi. 9IJ9. .
People's Clothing .
continue to annoy that h and will on returning, leave Jacksonville LIGHTENING RODS At former Stand of Sedgvick. DAVID M. QAZLEY, the eminent Medical Practitioner,baa left*> 1

12. Say when 'Samutl" found ? every Tuesday morning 3 o'clock for Savannah.Tiiu ASD yet invented. F>URNISUES Ploughs of all kinds Timber Car- Office op-stain, 225 Kinr-street valuable legacy to the wortt bt his ** ,

wuli'tin encompassed round about by ihe Boat has been built expressly for the pur. DRY GOODS STORE.At THE insulation is perfect, and not subject to naps, Carts Chains for Mills, Mill work of March 10, 18S5-ly Charleston, S- C. Great PreTcntatlve of ConsamptlaaCURE ,. t .

PhiluUncs he immediately departed from pole and having large and airy State Room accommodation ( the sign of the GIANTS RED CAP) impair aa in the case of those of ordinary eonstrucstmction. all kinds. Sugar Mills Ae. Ax,

: offers unequaled inducements to Invalids SamroiV Block, Bay Strtet.J The article speaks for itself, and those pp"Particular attention paid to SteamBoat ant \\VlLLlAMS.LA\\m\. UNFAILING FORPULM05ABT

their presence.And straightway his disciples imita.ttd and others. For farther particulars enquire MODE returns thanks to his friends and citi- interested in the recur ty of their houses, will satufy Saw Mill reparing. Wbeelwrighting done at shortest THOSAS ALZXJUrDXa, 1 WILLIAM g. LAWTON, DISEASES. ,

11 for their of sens of Jacksonville surrounding countryfor themselves by calling on Mr. A.M. REED, notice. dT All orders left at the store of S. Formerly of I Formerly ofLavtontUIt, without the ..
of their waster; use ofAfedicine -
the example BISCEE & CANOVA, past favors bestowed on him, and solicits acon- of JabksouTille Fls, or Mr. WALTER EIPP N. Williams will be promptly attended to. York Ditt S. C | .p
leads did ache and their knees. trembled Agents. Jacksonville. itnuanee of the same. As he has now entered into our sole A rent for the erection of these rods io : anr 19-tf J. A- FARMAR O Ya1 J TT1___ JIi.l Sir A.C, Bart, invented and advised the aeOllD > .
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vioicnuy.. .,- J. 0. DEVALL. Agent, Palatka.CLAG110RN a.cop&rtne rab ipwith his brother in Savannah the East: Florida.DWYER In the Circuit Court of tbe Eastern :ea isiana ana piano uouon, MEDICATED CUESTPZOTSCTOK* 4-

14. Finally,my brethren, whether Know A CU NINGHAM.Aren business will be carried on more oxUciively,under I AtGIIINDAGIL Circuit of Florida. and Rice all persona of all ages and conditon, as % p- i
Sour-Krouts be )'ecircunlfoplct s, SAvannah. the style and firm of *CAtTION-No one is authorized to use In Between TO 4t
Nolhins. Greek*, \r Chancery- F FACTORS FORWARDING, certain and a safe shield against consumption
in all thing Remember that This boat connects with a line of Jacksonville A. & J. MODE, our patterns in East Florida bat our above named DOXXAS F MUTOB Complainant, ) Bill for AND Bronchitis, Asthma Cough Cold and-other afflictions
Tal'.sbareee for andfroin Palatka, for
of the Political i is hard his labors an. Stages, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Agent fni3-ly) D. A. JOBS N. Mixoa Respondent S Divorce. of the Lungs, which arise from the .exposed -
the and Bay. [July -lyS1O COMMISSION MERCHANTS .
nay and Lfc; emoluments small: therefore Tampa Clothing and Dry Goods, NOTICE. BILL Complainant being filed in this ease it state of the chest according tofoMan, and tft. -

pat and cleave unto piety, thns REWARD.I and our friends will find at all times a large and fly arrangement between the parties interested to the satisfaction of the Court SOUTH AT1A5TIC WHARF, CHAKX.XST05, S. C. continual changes of our flinnvte ,
eschew politic complete Stock too numerous to mention. For _D for the purpose of winding up the business that the said Respondent resides without the State Sr. Partner has been in the Factorage and "The Protector"is simply a chemically prepared .

making your burdens lighter, and your WILL pay the above rwr with and the quality and reasonable price please call and convince of the firm the undersigned will sell at public auction On motion Charles Browsrd Solicitor for Complainant OUR Business about twenty years fur, lined with silk and padded, which suspeniie .. 5- .r.
for the
cbinws Jf salvation more certain. Selah xpciires icurd apprehension yourselves on Bay street No. 4, CoL Sam- at Jacksonville, on Monday the 19th day of it U and we hope by experience and attention to give from the neck covers the chest in a.agreeable a ,
in in thiaiae
.delivery, or any jail mis' Buildingwhere will find the some Giant's June next the following property Ordered That a hearing of the facts charged satisfaction. March 17-1, mazmer that,once worD it becomes a neeemity arid .' .
Curious Facts about the Presidents.The my negro man, ISAAC, who left my premises Red A two Steam Saw Mill with in said Bill of Complainant be had at a term of a comfort. :
complete a
on the 4th ult. Isaac is a heavy built black Cap. gang NEW GOODS FOR SPRING 18 lU'V. "
is on statistics. good dwelling house Negro house and about twen this Court to be holden at Jacksonville, in the "The Protector, although hut recently introduced
Boston Transcript great The liberal patronage J. M. has received during
fellow, five feet eleven inches hi"b and ttammesr of land Also two lots in Jacksonville County of Dual oa the first Monday in July G. Bancroft Sash House, into America is making rapid progress through ; :
the time he has been in businejg in this city, has ty-eight acres ; -
this line is the compilation considerable in If has been ?
Its last effort in tpeaking. boy and that said do and the Canada South America
the United States
disposed him to dispose of whatever he has on ; about five hundred acres of good timber next respondent appear 253 & 255 King Street, j..1 4
of some curious coincidents notice induced t leave by any white man I will give hand, tt prices that cannot fail to produce a smileof land on Black Creek; about twenty eight acres plead, answer or demuR to said Bill of Com Charleston, S.C. and the West Indies. It has for a long tin* .
$100 for the of suck with
apprehension person orland Trout Creek Iron Safe plaint on or befo. midday, or decree will there- ARE usual and been a staple article in England and oa the eontt .
and lives pleasure from his customers, and thereby reciprocate one one mare UTE now receiving our largo
able in contemplating the names proof to con\iD.M. the favors of the public. lie has deter- Colt, and eleven good negro men. Terms made from pass in the same manner as lithe said respondent V V extensive assortment of neat of Europe while it has grown ia many eoua } 1 -
Presidents of the United STOXGFELLO' had appeared and was present in court tries to the position of an article of dress. !. i ;
first known on the day of sale. J
oftbe seven mined that the most fastidious shall not leave him & Goods
Fort Alathna Co Fancy Staple Dry 1
Clark FIA.Jle [ It is Ordered of the above these facts of "En
John Adams Jefferson [,- with dissatisfaction in regard to their bargains.Call Will also be sold on Brad Jocks Island on Nassau farther That a copy To demonstrate enquire) any
States-Washington, Per Bushel for Corn one and all! We are anxious wait upon River, Fla, Wednesday the 20th day of June order be published in some public newspaper published for Spring Trade and are prepared to offer greater glib resident in your vicinity of las knowledge of .

MadieonMonroe3 John Quincy Adams, $1.25 and serve yon. Read! read!! read! next: A two gang Steam Saw Mill complete with in this State for the space of three months inducements than ever before to Cash Custom- the beneficial effects of wearing the Protector ,
BUSLELS BEST WHITE FLINT dwelling, and and before the day oppointed for said hearing. ers. We adhere strictly to oar established custom WITHODT RECOCRSK TO DOCToanra of any kind Th* '
nnn Jacksonville houses
Wo some of the most A. MODE A BRO., negro ware twenty acres
Iud Jackson. quote 5,'_JLJJ CORN, expected to arrive a fewdari. andnext door to "Morning News" office of land; about twenty-seven hundred acres of WILLIAM A. FORWARD, of ONE PRICE ONLY. cost of wearing these articles is a mere bile and oJ '
of those i Judge of the Circuit Oonrt Charleston,Jan.20,1833. ((6m) will last 50 one wb valaes the .t .1'
striking : dee 2ly Day tr*.t. Savannah. timber land on Nassau River, ten good negro men, one some yean. : .
of the Eastern Circuit of Florida. health of himself his family win to withoat : '
of the seven were from Virginia.Tro Send in your orders. sixteen mutes, one horn, four timber carts, one or .
Four 8100 REWARD. March 24 1955. HARTRIDGE & TIMANUS in not alonai
Massachusetts 7 LEDWITH CO. Life Boat Ac. Terms made knows on day of sale. them. The Hospitals country are -
of the same name were from July El.LS, RANAWAY from the subtcriber, at Those wishing to empark in the Lumber business I do hereby certify that the'foregoing U a true ia store,and will sell at a small advance recommending them, but rapidly Introducing them. : '-

and the seventh from Tennessee. Boots and Shoes Orange Mill, Post Office, Florida a mulatto will do well to attend this sale.BELLECHASSE copy of the original order in my office. HAVE CASH the fonowing.'tide.TU: As the Hydromagen is becoming more known. U. ): .t\ '

All but one were sixty. 3 ears old on leaving K slave who calls himself JOHN BUTLER. & F1NEGAN. March, lS55-3m G EO. STONE. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. sale ia increasing to an almost incredible extent. i .tt :. -

office .having scned two terms, and one *-f LARGE STOCK-WELL ASSORTED a bright mulatto, with straight hair,of yellowish Jacksonville, May 12th 1855. I Felix Floor, barrels half barrel and sacks : Last year in London Manchester. Birmingham f t- 1

thee who served but one term. would have: LOW FIGURES .CASH! brown cokwr, twenty six or seven years fcjf The Charleston Mercury and Savannah Livingston, ni; Batter Lard Hams; Bacon Sides; Mackierel Liverpool,Glasgow Leeds Dublin Paris,Antwerp.. -r:

ken axtysixeara of age at the cud of July 7 ILLS, LED\'UI&CO. old. over six feet high, has lost one of his front Georgian will pleas publish the above notice till] ATrORNEY&COUNCELLOR AT LAW Cod FUh;Cheese; English Dairy Layer Baiahna in Hamburgh and Corlin our sales reached 1,732- '
450 of corks This the number ,
,.nutbcr.-Threeofthe seven died on the 4th FLAN OF LOTTERY. teeth, and other of his front teeth are defective the twentieth of June and send bill to this office. Jacksonville, E. P.. boxes and quarter boxes; Brandy Cherries; C.,oeo-- will pairs far that.Soles year 1I
TiE lie is fond of changing his name and passing for a attend to professional business en late; Lemon Syrup; Coffee Rio,Old Governm Java surpass .
July, and two of them on the same dayof The plan and manner of drawing of the Southern white man, can read and i U quite intelligent and House, Sign and Ornamental PalnUD;. WILL to him any in the Courts of the Eastern and Mocha Tea Oolong Gun Powder and Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value a* .= .

the jear. Two of them were on the Military and Fort Gaines Academy Lotteries. is a good house carpenter. I will give the above TIlE subscriber,being noW'permanently located, Circuit, and of the Supreme Courts of T..n..hc.Ue Young Hyson; Sugar Crashed Coffee Porto Rico a preventative for COCGHS COLD BBOJCEIIUVASTHJLA ... f, c

tub-coniniitee these The Lottery is set up on the Havana plan of that I him with to convict in the above branches and solicits share Florida New Orleans Molasses SIZE, pr. pair, 33 Carri.LAD1FS'dO. :
Duclaration of Indtiieiidcncc and two in any Jail PO get proof a able Lawyer at Washington City,as will ensure Sperm; Syrup; ; .
Jwd, the day and on the annhcritry I I simple numbers, because it was believed to be thi any white person of 'arbouring him,or aiding of patronage. JAMES BARENESS.2fT a prompt and speedy collection of such claims ai S gars, from $5 to $40 per thousand; Tobacco, do 30Boys' do '.

on tame of mot eas ly understood, aa well A the most honorable him to escape, or fifty dollars for his delivery tome \ N. B.-GiUing, Graining, Bronzing, ie may be placed in his hands against the United Virginia, Fig, Rough t Ready and Yellow Bank; NOTICE. A MISSES': do 23 do."
of the Declaration Independence, I plan. or safe lodgment Jail so that I get him. executed with ncatnces and dilpakh.April. State July Pickles 1 geL,1.2gLand l-dgaLjari; Soaps, -From the Retail Prices we make avery

and just a half- lItury from the day of the There are 10,000 tickets tat are lumbr June 2J.-tf R. G. ){YS. 23-ly. Colgate' No. 1, Pale, Castile and Toilet; Worcester liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers .
of three of the I from 1 to In the J so that storekeeper may :&*&. a fin* profit on
lkcl U'ttiun. The names 10,00. See ter: Savannah will Phillip Fraser. Sauce Pepper jance; Yeast Powders Mustard -
The Georgian
and % FOR SALE. their sale, while they are aa article they 11. i"
in neither of those I are 473 pri"l approximation prizes ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Ginger, Cinnamon, Spice Nutmegs, Black may .
even son, jet till forbid and send bill to advertiser for payment. .' .
in clus of
in all 501 A VALUABLE tract of Land Amelia store, goods
In maker prize. .m on JacktmriZte Fla-, Pepper, Cloves Mace, Starch Sal BraIns Cook- kept any among any ; ,
transmitted his name to a sun. respectto i of of exactly the same size and :lsland 5 miles from the contemplated depot, For terms, apply to1L&ZCOtRT -
paper Salt
flp NOTICE. attend to any professional business en- in' Soda Table Shot Lead, Powder, 1-4 ,'
the names of all it may be said in conclusion i printed with num'tri frorj.I to 20 0 corresponding Yellow Bluff containing 750 acres good planting WILL, to him in the Courts of the Eastern 1-: kegs, and canisters. BRADLEY CO- $ i

: The initials ol two of the :> the numbers on the tick,t..r role up I THE SUBSCRIBER forewarnes all person land. There is on the premises a small dwelling Circuit and the Supreme Courts at Tallahassee.He .- Liquors, Wines &e. _33 Ann Street, Kew-Yerk.

the same and the initial of still two I and inserted in small t tubes OL B I"uj lnst trading for a Promissory Note in favor house, and out houses, a cotton Gin and Gin house has also such an advantageous connection with Brandy, Old Otard and Cognac; Whiskey,Rectified A yarning. *
others were the same. The remaining one |I abut one-fourtn inc diameter, and .- determined of Robert Barns, given it. by Enaily fall as I all of which together with the premises will be an able Lawyer at Washington City u will ensurea Monongahela Old Family Rye and Old rpDelay not; harbor not ia your mind taa '
atandd t in one r.milar Q whuh an not to pay sold reasonable. and speedy collection of such claims at Bourbon Rum,Jamaica and New England Gin
slip prompt olrooh'
wLa stands alone in this particular JAS. E. ALLEN. ; ; sentence philosophy that & ditto will I
I the aaaanU of the June 23 Also, two small tract.on the south end of the
j prizes
printed are be in his hands the United Holland and Pale Wines Madeira
alone the admiration and love of this may placed against ; Champagne get cured of itself or that you can cure it with certain ,
in iu erted tin Island of two hundred and the other
also rolled! up oni and but one fifty State. Port Claret and
i tub julySis Sherry, Teneriffe Malaga; medicines for a few dollars Beware how "
couctryiucn and of tLe civilized; world- into another wbeel-tbele each ( I with EDWARD BISSELL Jr acres containing a Inxnrant growth of Liv. Oak. Champagne Cider Ale and Porter. with '. yom..
tamper general w
M'sihington. Of the first five, only one two pad-locks by the Commissioners, who certify Attorney at Law Also a tract containing one hundred and thirty McRobert Baker, Paints and Oils. Ye wild and your vicious youths, why will yovpersM ., .. J'

Lad a son, and that Ron waf also President. that the number and prizes were all deposited in acres, adjoining the Seaton tract on the St.Mary aRyer. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN Paints-White Lead No I and pure, at Charleston in dosing with the filthy natueatmgeomponnds daily ,' '
Each Commissioner takes ACDNOTARY Apply to
the wheels. one key of French Line article
prices; a pure ; Oils
proffered, thereby impairing sal
Hard Work for Presidents.An ea wheel and the wheel cannot be opened with. PUBLIC. JOHN M. PONS, Agent. CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC, Linseed .. Sperm Whale and Lard. digestion and destroying you mentally your appe ss well as .7. 1 t *<
present When he drawing Office In Reed'i New Brick Building, Jacksonville, May 12, lS55-tf AXD Hardware. .
English traveler Mr. Weld in a New ar tel physically,when yom can be cured with few.doses r
I place, which will b in publc the wheels ar April 7] JacltontMe E. Flo. [I For Sale or Rent. Commissioner for the Atlantic and Gulf Axe*-Leverett's, Collins and Eruflj; Ames' of pleasant medicines IYonwhoarethusannoyedanduislto I IS t.J. .
'ork on this country, relates the fallowing locked and revolving: them, a number I Shovels and Spades ; Garden Rakes. Planter be *
States. restored !
drat out the wheel of numbers and at itS, THE SUDSCR1BEE offers for sale or rent, Hoes Noe. 2, 3 and 4 Corn Mills Saws CrossCut : ,
Dental Notice. ; to heath and
on the duties of the President: u JQM j"ihis dwelling house in the vicinity oFinegan'iMitt ang. -ly vigor by a treatment at ClaNpleasant .-
same time one is drawn out of the Prize wheel by W.S.BOSTWICK would respectfully 2S Tenon and Island; Trace Chains, Fifth and effectual!, should consult Dr. MOR ,'I 5- ,
-A10OHph! Gen. Pierce is remarkable for boys: with arms bared t the ahonlJer-the- tub inform the citizens Jacksonville and iU vicinity on Ilogans Creek which is the Eastern boundary McQueen McIntosh Chains; Grindstones, Trowels, Augers Patent RIS. His success in chronic dimisu has been ." -.

La aSability in private life he is nut popu- is slipped off, aad the number held. up and I that,having opened an office in the Dagnerian of the Town. The house is well nearly and new is has Wrenches Pot, Oven. Griddles, Fry Pans Spiders greater than that of any other physician of his day. r ; H

Itr. lie is an excellent man of buMiiessilart .- 1 rolled 1 that the whole audience can see it-the I I I Gallery, on Forsyth street will attend to all branches commodious out houses, a good generally ATTORNEY AT LAW, Oven, Muffle Bakers Hooks and Hinges Many who have been for.years afflicted with dw- .-' .4. I ;

than once he complained of tbe tre- number U then called off and rgi.lret by the of DENTISTRY in the most approved and a desirable and pleasant reJdence.WILLIAM Jacksonville E. F. Ring Nail, Hasp and Staples Shingling Hatcheta ease consequences resulting from,excess bars .. ." 't
I| Commissioners. The prize drwu credited to MOONEY. C. G.Hammers Manilla Rope 3-4,1 and 1-4 been restored health and I ;\
Sienduiu labor of Lis which is so earerulln&DDer. vigor under his really : ;i4- "
oflice : the number drawn at the same time, and 1 on till i I \3T N rres of aching teeth destroyed without Jacksonville, April 23, -. Smith & Bradford. inch. scientific treatment., --I, . I I

rmt as to scarcely leave him a minute'skisure. I'| all the Prises are drawn ont A copy of the drawing pain. dec2-2m JIOTICE.ALL ATTORNEY AT.LAW Saddlery. Should a personal Interview be> objectionable,. :: J -1. '..'

'Some change in the duties.' he '! is then sent to the printers, and 'er com par- those baring any claims against the un Saddle*-Mexican, Kentucky Spanish and Wagon state your disease in writing.-enclose fire dollar .. '

said 'must be made, as no man can stand boo the Commissioners certify to ihe correctness, WILLIAM M. TUNNO, .. will please present them at once, SG1IC278B H CHAKCrHT, ; Collars Kip Split and Hog Skin; Padded -&ddressDr,W.IL MORRIS,through the Poet- .5I 't'f.l'

the mork. even for four \:& You can of the drawing. These Commissioners a sworn (Late Tunno, Pinckney A Co,) and those indebted to the firm by book account and ffevnanrriUe Fla. Haime. Green fumes; Blind Bridles, Cart Sad- office Savannah Gav, and a oackage of medicines,. tJ. I

krm no idea' he added, 'of the nnmber of perform their duty without fear or favor.It FAOTOB. will please settle the same as soon as possible.IIELLCHASEE AI1igaLw dIet and Breeching.Domestics. securely pu: up win be sent privately and ,with r i '
11 that WILL attend aU business entrusted.
promptly to .
full of
voluminous conncct'vd with wi b prind i ti r'l every 4 FINEQAN. despatch directions therewith and notions quiM- a
manuscripts ASDCOMMISSION to them. Denims .
Coweta and TIck.
P. o Ime pen. May 12, 1855-tC Ocnabnrgs Oswego;, asked. > -
public business which I have to read. I get tem ; there is one Pre to every 20 MERCHANT, g,WHIT,svrrx, I I K.laxuroax lags Shirting and Marine Stripes; Florida Factory Persons living at a distance, afflicted'wita Scrofula t ;.' q It-
this tickets. Take Notice. Office at I Office at Newnanrville. a .i. *
iu Alligator. .
that might
Suggesting many cases For Florida and Southern Georgia Thread.Wood Old Ulcers Totter Cancers,Piles,Fistula ia "
be done by a secretary lie replied: **So.'I. The Prise are payable 30 days after the drawing PRODUCE That aU persons are hereby notified that the july 7-ly Ware &c. Ano Gravel Strictures GleeU,or any dkease whatever I ; 1':
in full without any dubonnt-which is the formerly existing between T. J Bucket Painted Tubs Cedar and Painted '
ii better to read and matter even the most lo ; ; of an aggravated or malignant character,can ,.
other Lottery. North Comerclal Wharf; Charleston S.C. HEXDKICKS and JAMES H. CHESS and known as C. D. Oak.. Bail Nests Brushes '
case I any Well Buckets Boxes ; ,Scrub be cured at home by qrusnlting Dr. 3XORRI3 by a, "t -
lengthy document, for then I am in a posi- May 19] And 97 Bay-street Savannah,Ga. [6m. the firm of Ilendricki 4 Chess, is this day dissolved [Reed's New Building] Shoe, Hone and White_Wash, Broom. Wjre, letter post paid enclosing a fee. _
ttun to cut a man short if he talking tion- and that all said firm will Serves brass and -I
Southern Alillitary Accademy ; fiersons owing JatJwtille, Fla. Hearth and Wisp; wiretJfes Medicine pleasant and safe ean be seal per mafl &.,
tniM.1 This adm U ion is significant i of Insolvent Notice. make to other than or authorized Bed SBS -
payments none me, my Helve, Matches Cords Plough to any part of the United State .
active participation in the business of thegQCrnrnent. LO.y.. ISAAC N.C. BUFORD, Administrator Es- agent; also, that all persons are hereby cs.. KEEPS constantly on hand a fine assortment Clothe Pin, Table Mats.HARTRIDGE Particular attention given to the treatment of female '- rI

.. THIS LOTTERY set up o the Havana of William G. P..word,1&te of this county warned not to sell any goods or other property to o of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FANCY A TIMANUS expect to keep a complaints. Ladies who, may be afflicted : .

I of simple numbers, because it is believed i. deceased having filed in my office a written suggestion said firm; for I will not be responsible for such GOODS, which he offers for sale cheap supply of the above article always on hand, and with Irregularities,'Flour Albns, or Whites, Pro- 1..o.J

iii A Bold Preacher to be the nina easily understood, .well A the of the Insolvency of said Estate. This u, sale.. for cash. will supply Dealers and Planters at as low rate spans Uteri or Falling of the Womb, 'would oV> t. L;-ji 4

. When Samuel Davis war president ofPriacetown mOt honorable. therefore, to notify all parsons having demands duly .*I win keep an agent at Magnolia for the JEST Watchet Repaired and Warrented.- aa they can be obtained in Charleston or Savan- well to lay aside all false deleeaev. and promptly- .of
GRAND SCHEME FOR I3lh JULY. proved and authenticated in the office of the collection of debts and dteposal.vf On nrauiulug -- DAD mutf.."II. cumin* tug Ty 1.SUZ.i i.arca :.1. ,? t

College, he visited England Judge of Probate for Dual county by the seventeenth property for the benefit of the creditors.T. \Vm. Grothe, Jacksonville Fla, May 5, 1555. All letters to receive attention .mass to : J.. .

fur the purpose of obtaining donation for CLASS R. day of July next ensuing, at which time J. HENDRICKS. WATCH MAKER AND JEWELRY, .Florida Republican copy. postpaid enclosing a fee ,Address. ,Dr., 4 W"JI- '.

the institution. George the Second had acuriosity TO BE DRAW 13ni OF JCLT, 1835 IN THE there will be a pro rata distribution(the assets of FOR MALE TO CLOSE A CONCERN. ((11& the room adjoining fits Pott-office.) Teas Teaatt Teas lit MOTElS, Savannah, Ceo. ., :0'1 : ,

to hear preacher from the wilds said estate amongst the creditors thereof. HATING returned from Europe, again received a apply of fresa TEAS, Black f2T Consulting Rooms Ko 83 Bryan street opposite ... I.

America." lie accordingly at ended and CITT OF IONTGOMEa Y. Given under my hand and the Seal of the VALUABLE MACHINERY for Carpenters' .&::' begs leave to offer his services to his old JUST Green, in 1 Ib, 1-2 Ib. and 1-4 Ib.package Monument Square July 29-2y ., .

*ti struck with the ,ell WHEY PRIZES AMOUNTING TO Court of Probate Dual county, at the work of every description such -- --' friends and the public generally. With his *, ranging from $1 50 to 50 eta. per poand .'orVelata., Fla, .'"" ; .. -.
commanding STICKING ,
Probate office in Jacksonville this th. as Fray's BASIl experience for the last twenty-six years as a from Pekin Tea Company at Via Palatka.and Intermediate 1, '
pience of the preach, that he expressedBIS $30,000 seventeenth day of January, A.D. 1855. machines will work 8 inches wide, ((3 sites) Power Watchmaker he hopes to give entire satisfaction May 19-3t APOTHECARY HALL. .5; __

astonishment loud enough to be heard Will distributed according to the following FELIX LININGSTON, I I MORTICE Powor SOURING for heavy or light to those who wish to have their work done in a m The steamer SEMINOLEi Capt.aum:1. I -
b work- simple. SCROLL SAWS, .. FROST & BOULTER ; POSTXU wUl proceed to Welaka .
half way over the church, in such terms as jan20-6m Judge of Probate Duval County very workmanlike maDDer.rr eo -

these : "He i* a wonderful man !why he MAGNIFICENT SCHEME I Also, a very fine 20 horse MeDernnd ENGINE Mustard earI1l1ew. Watches Clocks and Jewelry repaired at General Commission Merchants Wednesday 3 that lit mst, and continue to make regular : .
built by Cameron ; trips to place every other ..Wednesday .
Iv. remember Prize b drawn at ; the notice. July 8-tf .
beats b hop! Davis observing that the An every Dnral Circuit Court-Spring Term,1 855JAS. .
my each ,and DEDUCTION! Two 30 feet BOILERS and FURNACES,completewith 101 State Street Boston Mass, thereafter until further notice .
king was attracting more attention thankitntclL drawing U. McRoar Ja., fire bans, .. strict and prompt attention to sale For freight or passage applg to. _

;paused and looking his majesty full IPeo. . . 17300 Is 37,500 for the use of ATTACII1IU1't Any information will be gladly given, by addressing ,,WILL pay LUMBER TIMBER COTTON and j&n20-tf BLSREEJkJoseph CANOTA. AI" .

. . .
fa him do 5,0 i 5,0 0.1'41.a.GU"T. }SIDI&Sworn to 1235.14. ( paid) JNO. 11- LOPEZ, 1'LOaioA KAIL-ROAD Coxrurr, ) .
" the face, give an emphatic tone, port other Southern Produce.oct 3
1 do. . . S.C. Whilden '
26 18S5. -
17Charleatoa. J (
20 I %r March Jacksonville May 7 tf OLIVER FROST. .
the rebuke When the lion '
following : 2 do. . . Laser J. RAG.Lg.THE 'I
roareth let the beast of Ute forest tremble; 5 .. 1.0 I :0, JUNE 16 1855. is hereby given that an siwenfrcmit ROYAL Bon TE1t. dealer inPaints' : .
: d 50 Plaintiff having sued oat an attachment iaJL r.5'L
t ad when the Lord fpcaketh let the king ; 10 . . 2 I. 25:0 the above stated case, the Defendant and all HAY HAY HAYU cent on the stock the of this Company of J* Holmes, I Oils and Glass, t L j ..
! has been made twenty-sixth .w
! of the earth deep ailcnce." The Ling in- 7Sdo.Is do .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 i.. .. others interested will take notice of the same, and 1 rff\ BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY,- June next. payable- upon GEO.W CALL. 100 WaH Street N. r. No.11 HAYXE-STRZET S. C 4. i ,
t tta&tlj abruck back in hit Rat, and remained .. . j appear and plead to the declaration.M. filed therein.B. 1 I Ujust received by Schr. EAGLETT from may 25-td Secretary. TTTILL pay particular attention to sales of YelVY TTEZPS eonstaatly Charlatan for sale a geaeral aasortmenf -; f. .
quiet the remainder of the J PEARSON Maine. low Pine Lumber Lire Oak and 4 ,
daring IV: -
GApproiirnationlatCpltal.bOi. 3 March 10, 1855-3m Plaintiff's Attorney. of the ouah- ofPADJT3andOILSofankindaVARXISHES L0', 5'tM
It is to speak superior TIMBER and PRODUCE and
The'next day the monarch sent 6 do. 2 do..301s. IS unnecessary contrasted with North Biver $25 Reward the SOUTHERN WINDOW GLASS and SASHES, SPTS.. .J .

for him, ud fare him fifty guineas for theflstitutionOvcr I 6 do 3 do..201a. 12 LOST OR STOLEN. ty Hay of,Eastern to those Hay who hare as used both articles. RANAWAY from the subscriber on the to july7-tf order for purchasing-MERCHANDISE. TURPESTrXE SPIRIT GAS, COTTON FOOT-

which be observing : 4th of April last a man by the GIN FIXTURES GLUE and BRUSHES varioMkmd -'
what (day negro
presided been
251 Prizes amounting . . FROM TIlE BUBSRIBER at the 811Jver Our market ha hitherto supplied by ,t ';
of [ _
at th. same time to his court"ra "lie t 13.0 -'I' Spring, in Marion Co, East Florida, is known as "Shipping or North River Hay," an name of MOSES,twenty-seven yean age FOR SALE. oov25-ly -:

it aa honest man-an honest man*"-A" 1' cm or about( idol December 1854, a.smallCIIE.SNVT article which we are attempting to drive from the "about Ive feet eight inches,high,stout made. /" IcE but,-,. Hone Steam Engine ; Fraser& Thompson s---:.S"' .

Oktenor. ONLY TE THOUSAND TICKETS. SORREL PONT HORSE aboct six m.dt.t1 introducing a superior article of Eas- not very dark complexion hoe a down-east above look \J Pipes A*, complete. ". I'ACTORSA.I."ibCOlL.mSSION ..-.- -, H -

--. Tickets 85-HalveB 2 0-Qoartera 812 years old, with three white feet, flaxen main and tern Hal, even lot the same pnce.ELLIS I LEDWITTI.F1aatcr1ngI'la1 Reward when spoken will be to,paid and to has any small person'1The who will deliver One Seven Hone Steam Engine and Boiler com MERCHANTS n-- -- I M'jt
I and k what plete.
tail and well be
termed -
might -
sad put up,
8ALE.I71LL SWAN Agent Manager, in Jacksonville or lodge him in
PAETIT1OX I SA.L him to me any One Circular Saw Machine of Page' Manufacture. -
natural said
a Any taking Jforth
I pacer. person up and Ornamental ; dgers tFharft j
Montgomery Jail when I him. .
AI afe can ret ,
hone and the subscriber at Troublesome
addressing -
front Ia the at Agency at -APOTHECARY HALL,' Brl Ja'ID,. Ac. JaDe%-tC C.COOPER., AH the above machinery is aDd well made Charleston
Ttb. Court House dty Clinch new
I Jacksonville, Fla. county,Gaorjia, iulUbshand.omcly smbserfber derim again to offer his serri- nn'Jt".TaiaBK t J'.inIL nmtrmJUercbaafs :
aad will be sold low for each.
aituas, m tU frtt Udy of Auput rewarded for U* THE '
,THOMAS WELSH and Jcsrus WVIUJT, SMJ.'S, iftiaa. to 111..11I f rionds and the public in the Boarding. .1.&U. Hotel 1 ,
5 the ftMKAKSION BOUSE. M the Bay, Man Jfjm JOHN T. Private Apply to MOONEY k GOOKEr. .GO
rly cecsipUd by Uw UU JOHN DEISkie Sworn CommiawnMrs to.aper the Drawing.Letters AILSS. JIIrtonaa.nee ff Plain and Ornamental Plastering, A TUEsuhacriber respectfully informs the May 12-tf Founders A Jbchiniata.Copar1DehhJp Charleston, S.CT J, :*

N.B. & money .i b strictly BrictLJaLca", I UOZl17 t US will contract for jSpublk: that he is prepared to aeeommodato a .1I'c'uor IT raiCES.jgg. _

elenat lianmoa ie bwUl of 6U i1 awl f rraU4 MaI &sad .tti.1 HIUNEBY. brick-work and plaitIrif1t; buildings entire,upon limited number of families, or single persons with Notice. TUB undersigned having Uased this Heteldntaated I jt I IL

i& tbe Bwtt zeeltoet and weU imited TV TR; JIARKNESS having located Jackson- rsasoeabU jell LlmMtlftansease- 5 1card. M"uoaable rate. The undersigned have entered into a Copartner in King Street,solicit front &lie.Iriral. .
. fs-9. f&ai1w ,1e II. Q. ,PINCKNEY, JR., 1Y1 rifle Fla, would respectfully inform the patch in the xecutfea of antrattwl to his Th* bWBB 5 Is Sitmatod In a pleasant part of the ship for the Poetic of Law. hug public a chare of jistraoag Borttj SI'G

[fuTz ] ladies thereof, and surrounding country that she care. town comer of Qcaaa a&4 1.os:. street,, Jackonville MCQUEEN MCINTOSH per Ii yj single diaatr. 58 eta.mrf. /'.* '
A BOARDING HOUSE. : T."a PI"cnl'co I will be happy to receive any orders ia her fins, He hardly thinks H necessary to give those to FlorUa. A- QY. FRANCIS L WHEA10S.T. July S-6a -J.. .l.&JIDL HERST. -

.'5SPS5I daaUeea of parchaatnc eaaeamaaaicaUK. FACTORCOMMISSION that may be entrusted to her. Residence on )- whom he is known any assursBc aa to the quality January X, I55S-t( Jackionvifle N .19,1354tf.MADERA j

.-eWaet cI the mai8 'Ax, rot street adjoinicj the Presbyterian CaarctuTO of his work, as ia that rep eth .ha faerstofon I AND OLD RORT WINE,'OLD Cariage frHdrncsa Depository- ;
B. GICBS MERCHANT *.N. & Ldie,'a;4 Mtsxu bonaeU-- gentle.nVs Il"ea Co'Iris pa&tI the most perfect .& CROi"I Co. AND SCBEDAH SCHNAPPS -A? THE WHIT-l&g-.
W. p. ui )' "
Ac. sad retfwcttuiy solWh a renewal of th4
CEO. CENTEB; Cortuaiir. Wte, kUckW pretted dJe4. patron- BO at Corner .
I North Wha *""" 11m CABII JOUBING0s.34b253KhgStrtet. I& ireeily for aedical purpose* ef -
I O. K.FAIRBANKS C7 Aptil28-1.-' agent W*f,Uow Kay MEETING %.
1655.LimeJ june23 S C- I r:0.1I4: -. : .
.4rItIasJII73 1-td % Ca.dol. I Hiov*, B.C. Charleston S C. t f "-
BEADS ---- '
Lime Lime W. K; Buker, IL JESSEN, I. AGNEW FISHER & HOXIE CARRIAGES of etery description,at tA.1 weHpricw -

or EVERY DESCRIPTION IM GROCERIES n f'AQTQiUI! 9D COffUJ'IOf MEH-, always osj hantt, and M article sold xeerlsach -
11'1 -
BRICKS t/ BRICKS// SEGllc be'_ ( .F II sin t tri is&t fullest tera, hy; ; .
.. COMMISSION MEBCHANTJ.fcly Tar tale ty, M. P. BROWK. cr\ JULrSt; : h e .m -.I', I -. _- H-I (.
-i. JkJ ; 8 Sswuuk, Chi, N.7 mm, jr..w r!. o aXj. _:Ji.%' .' : :; ;. .1 J $_, ,,* If a. w T.qz
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ylif '(Continued from-Jirtten pag-t.) THE HYDKOMAGEN. om ;. 4- ., '4'>r'\ nblt 'nnh 4nb 1 Jnntnigfflct: DhlttTOR u It may suit TilE the choice I LANDROtrr of I

. andhborcrin h'u office ,
rr. forty-one NO 3 &> S. M. Steamers
ai'I. Bc1eNAIrYAC1VAD :
fr ftouaand ciao hundred and thirty-six dulJkrt. : = : -- _?

)1 I For. oompemaUon of the Second Auditor HARCOUUT, URADLEY IT 1 CO, I i .COU TING' HousE ALMANAC, I I (Haroliha jJloribn

t f end the clerke messenger, assistant mesenger Werthoutt 41 Uarket-St.102 Manchester.Wood- I i S 185. I
Principal Strut,
! and laborer in bia office thirty-fire rule, ..London England American E.VuWiiVmentt THE CAROLINA L31.
Stores. i- C
tbouaaad four hundred and sixteen dolIxm. !. 38 Ann-Strttt & 102 ffcutau-Sirett,New Washington' 11' /, Master, .will leave CbarW x.
York, U.S.THK 111. 0- : > ii1f--r>. SATURDAY, at half-past 3 p. y ,,,,
For of the IlydromtKcn it a valuable discovery forrotecting 111 PI I 1 Johns River direct rer th
compensation Third Auditor ,
1855 c. > IS 18M. > c. ; = III ItoTpiDg J ACKsOXVn., -
f and the clerks too feet from damp or cold' and 1 t:1 PICOUTA&PALATKAw
mcsMngera. assistant mc&veager = : 1 Ret1lrning.1riU;
New Goods!
I and laborers his office, one hundred without therefore a preventative of many'The Lung diseases, & Summer HAVING made = L l.L b : =-_t .11b! L I Weare now p PatAtk every Monday, at 1 A. 31,1 l'ieolata.
any doctorinevhaterer. Hydromngenis it.Iay. w 10 A.31. and Jkk.aon1'Ul.
Sprig .Jtz2 3 4 6 6 JCLr } 4 5 6 7 ; for Qafleato
and aeren thousand five hundred and I in the form of a aoie, and worn wide the boot or extenSive 7 Sl'; 11 12 13. Si 9 l I.J 'lIared W execute, at 'dOfIl, A.M. ,It j
thirty-tro dollars. thoe. Its mie character 1 a powerful anti arrange- 101 1 9110( 10111 119 20,21 THE }'LORID.R. I!.strrn ')(
I .Yorconipenationof the Fourth Auditor dote to di..o. Orijcap No alitt0 t8I19.29' leave CHARLESTON
} ) menU fortheexocu21222ii24; ; : 26 the shortest notice, every "'EDnSDAiIl
4:1b and clerks ?nc.s6engcr, and assistant For Oentlemcp it wDI be found agreeable,war ( (011g 11 ',2312-J12 Morning, at 10 \.SI, taking Use INSIDE
and healthy,to wear in the coldest or rainiest weather Fu'r. 1 JI&l Aro'r I 2 3 for the places named above *
in hi. b lbadt ; and
office thousand tionofeverydeBCrip- aU
snctsengor thirty 29/30131 0- tOllthill
two hundred do1lar.I 8 the foot cannot become wet i I.IIydromagenis / 8 j--'1- 8 9 10'11tion Beaufort Hilton Head 1-lan.l Dtrlen 1MirIt ",
inserted. Lao may weaj lightest soled of 11 JI 16!171 12 131 J.I I IS 17118 and St. Maryi, going an t 12,13,14
For of tho Fifth Auditor boot or shoes most Inclement weather with BUTON--GRAVES. Pam"hlctl, Thit.
compensation 18 l92O2l 'JJ 21 .J Z. ha been put on the Inland Ante fur
.j.jb and the clerks, messenger, and laborer in impunity; while Consumption, 1 prevalent among No. 3 Florida. ,,2 2S 2'lI231'31 modation of TraTcllcrs along the.UD.tha

his office, fifteen thousand and sixteen dolkra. the young of our country, may be thwarted bythoirgencrel TiE \ rlc general at their new store, Job Printing lu'u '11,12113,14 1 231241 iSn'T. 1-11'_ 1 Law Blanks. who wish to keep u much a* possible i,11I4! ,

, j adopton. They entirely 6uper.edeoer4o. FOR they will sell cheap any otter House in the country. They have adopted S 3 1213fJ.l15! They are first class Boats with be Stat. .
I For compensation of the Auditor of the. M later cause the feet to petIir the principle Profit and quick a Rctus," end invite the attention of the Public to anexaminationof The. .". ". i i, ,n i5 16 ll 'lO I ii Business Cards, and every comfort will be found usually !
in a tory unhealthy manner; and,besides, are not tho with 22/ I by the Public. fl'911Ut4
Stock before cliowherc. Init will found fallowing, many 1'18 19,20'21 16 17 i9O2l22TL1Ai1g Trailing They
Post-Office Department, and the clerks dnngeroiis wear to pedestrians in icy weather, like other article tei numerous mention purchasing: b Printing 2612128 23I24I 2526'2128' 29.IsIUn Cards, different Lines of Stages in Florida eonnect, .itJa "1

tnessenger, assistant messenger, laborers india rLbr. While the latter cause the fect t t : :P: : : 35 Am-mum.. 1 5 6 7 23i21 -(- South as Tampa Day. They also and. far
In his office. one hundred and sixtyfivethousand a appear edrmolyla tho Uydrotnagen, being! .:ffIIT: ;u:: ::B.B: : : :: uJ:: done i. particularly I 8 9/10/ 1112 13114 Ocr'&. I 21 51 6 CIrculars' the New York Bouts and Railroad Lfoe lI fr1l. :
hundred and mere th.lce trk prepared, peculiarly placed o 19.2021 } 8 12,13, place.
BIX twenty-four in' not increase the size of the boat Checks Linens, t'516l'7l18 1- 1
14 ,or Prnt Ginghams, invited to this office. 15 9.10111 For freight engagements and '
dollar cano the foot to appear untidy. To Children tel Grenadines, I Rareges, Gro De Rifle Silks, '23121125- - 21 26 18120 21 hand Bills, apply toUl.I.LAWTON other prtt.
' For compensation of the Treasurer of are extremely valuable, a they may engage Silk. Illusion, Cambric, Bobincts, Tcrins Invariably lIu_. 1 3/ 4 '28 29/30131-/ march Why Southern"CO, ,i

'IIV tho United States, and the clerks, mcsscneerassiatant exercise with comfort and healthy effects. Their. 10renc, Muslins, DeLaines, Crape, 6i"1 8 1611118'191 Xov'a. 1 2 3 Show Dills, \\1a
and laborers in expense is so slight as scarce led mention;.be. I I F! l"UtEU l"IUEIU -
messenger, t Cravats Spool (Cotton! Cords W C\SII.-t 4 6 910
Hosiery ,
. ..Ii. .eta office, twenty-five thousand four hun vides, those bill who much patronize diminished them will find their. yearly Crass Osnaburglis., Brown Sheeting, Bleached: Sheeting, 20 21 2'! 2313425 _261 llI2/ 13 14/15/ 16,11, BilisofLading,, .IIt TIE SYBSCRIBER'S
dolo. Skirs OLD
terey.Uarur 2128
dred and Orders from the I IS,19,20121122 23tl4I. STAND
,. eighty-two Drills haVIDbeen
& Co ,
Bradly of Plaids ,
Ldo 1lanees Stripes, Jun:. 1 30'DlUs of Fare, fire be eatirtl14
troyed by has
'For of the of the I. i removed to 142)
compensation Register ,
were tlusquito Kct Ribbons, Braids, Staving. Webbing, ., Co U D try will 3 4 5 6 1- S - I corner of Wentwortb the stand lfttilll'4
i.I Treasury and the clerks, messenger assist manufacture. and of the continue Protectors manufacture, by the lamentedDr. Whale Hooks and Eyes, 1 I Edging& Inserting, Men's Shirts, I. be1 1011 !, 15' 9I'DEc'R- 2 3 4 5 1I 6 7 S Labels, by W. GAYER, where ho rormerl1oct11pit4,ai
t' and laborers in his office according
messenger CJr. t 17 IS 2&21t2223iI 9 14 15 inalliUbranchw. He ha llfti
< hand
to Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs &c &c. promptlyezccutod.j on a Iar
f\1rtY Tfft thousand and fifty-two dollars. oign iDlcion wear "Tho therefore Protectors recommend ," 2.J 25 26 29j301 .16 111 ;19,20, 21 22 &oc., ke. ment of first class VEHICLES of alt duSsome .

t ; I For compensation of the solicitor of the see to their being genuine. t IOELLadiest Jos.F.RoGano.I C - ::: I : choice FAMILY CARJCIAOEs
- 3O3l for his -
Treasury and the clerks and messenger in RCKEXBER THIS IS A S7AILE ARTICLE, 50 J"O'.U'T'n Country Customers,all of.UA T
I his otBoo, twelve, thousand nine hundred PATENT UEDICIXC. ,! Black Silk Gaiters.Colored Men's Fine Boots, h 0d1 will SELL CHEAP FOR CASH or City LWLEONARD
Tics Shoes -- ------
( I dollars. RETAIL PRICES. CIL\Pa]

For compensation of (the Commissioner Grsr's LADIES'SHE do., -- .- -- .- .- el,50urh do.Dors' 'I{ Fine Englth'Id Slippers" "" Slippers,0C' Kip Brogans,_ Jacksonville Foundry APO"th.DCa.r-v: EJn.Uit 1ST arlestonS.: Orders promptly C., Nor. IS-Cm ontlfaiUlful11.J11q._ -
of the clerks and 1,0 "FI
Customs and mtssengcr ANb
laborer in his office, twenty thousand four IL&RCOURT A MIMES do.,I3RADL1- -!'Y- A-CO., do. "Gont Buskin" U Enameled and Fancy Shoes, 3J ANDMACHINE Tea Depository: it s. & };.f l. Gilbert; -

hundred and sixteen dollars. An Street A102 Nassau "Kid Cloth tipped Uaitl'l WORKS. M.\\'ti.FAC'ItRERS
.3 Stee u Removed: to the Xew Store In Holmes I aadDI.,
"Kid Ties LEES in
For of the clerks and New-York Lasting Congress .1 -a all descriptions ;
compensation or
rpcsengef 1. TUE Subscribers, having mado sxtenaive and llulldln, Dr. Baldwin'sthtlce C.lIUAUE.
of tho Principal Warehouse' 102 Wood Street CheapiUU, u Enameled Boots, Lcther tippedMisses' A valuable in their opposite <,at XOII.35 and 40' W lt- t
t Light-house Board eight improvements Jacksonville.
, establishI worth Street
London 44 Street Man and Xo.7 llaynt ,
t.i Manufactory. Market Parodi Boots Youths' ment, to furoilh- I Street Cbri.! I
thousand ninq hundred and seventy-six Brogans are now prepared M kept constantly on hand a Urge and Our Stock M extensive ,
dollars. cuter. ,. England. Boys Shoes, <4 call Brogans.rt Steam Engines,of any required power, from WHERE selected! assortment of are respectfully cw, and 1'1Iftu..r.
Co, are establishing Depots for the sale 1 to 100 hone I requested to call on us u
Cent indent of the TreaSury DepartmentIn of "The Protector" in all parts of America. Physicians Childrens' Sho, a large Stock, &C..&c., Sa".31I11s;; DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, I offer great inducements insiyleandpriwi5 5

\ the office of the Secretary of the Surgeons, Druggtrts, Clothiers, Dry Goods, B' .. MfiI: : : Sugar Mills; Always received by the latest arrival,warranted L any articles bought at our MUblishmtBt a,, .
and ftlno EPLA fresh ami genuine. Also, t ranted in every respect
Treasury: 1lerchant.laUE1 Miinel Gentemen'e 'f'T' Horse Powers; july 8-tC'-
For labor bUnk books, stationary, binding entrsted good usortffl cat, of ME S' LEGHORN, PANAMA, ETRAt PALM Grist Mills, Perfumery, Combs, Brushes, Soaps, Cariage & Harness
chips' wholesale and retail distribution of them, and to WOOL, FELT, and WIDE AWAKE ITS and all other machinery used in this country. Lamps, Iluniln? Fluid, Ac., ,Uepositon"
sealing registers translating
whom liberal tr are offered for their ontorpri, together with Children*' Hat and Bloomers.SMI.ffLERL Iron and Ilrass Castings. which will be soM low for cash. ATTJIEWllITEnOrSE
foreign languagev, advertising, and extra and a opportunity opens to them for ufo : : : r"v Steamboat, Saw Mill, and other repairing, Country order solicited and punctually attended L -_. 'f South-West Corner of
del k hire for and information nad business.
preparing collecting profitable at short to. Physicians MEETING
11H notice. prescriptions put up with care and I and YTZSTWORTH
to be laid before Congress-said For terms, apply toIlCOtRT. | ttl" All wachinejy purchased from us will be despatch. STEITM!
Charleston S. C.
clerks to be employed only during the session DRADLEt.1 CO.. A well selected stock, suitable to the demand of the market.UflErWJ1E. put in operation in any part of the fctato, by TEAS. I CARRIAGES of every description,it th.k
of Oongreas or when indispensablyuceu&r' 3 An ,U. S. competent machinist, when desired and upon Agent for tho New York Pekin Tea Company. I prices always on hand and no article sold >w*

to enable the department to answer CHEST. : : : : reasonable terms.Irawings Teaof direct importation, and of 34 varieties,from I such as can be warranted in the fullest t Uttp'
z:2T TIE and Estimates furnismc, without a 1-4 to 1 Ib. in
a package, all warranted and at july M.ILXAT1U/
call made house of STAPLE SPADES, AXES _
some by either HOLLOW WARr. R.\ZOR SCISSORS, COFFEE BUTTS, nOOKS. charge. MOONEY A GOOKIX extremely low prices. ;
Oopcress at one session, to be answered at the eminent Medical n.UtT.,1I.D.a MILLS, l'OWDEn BUTCHER and'SHOE July 3-tf Founders and Machinigta. ,*{,Country Dealers supplied, by order- Wholesale 1'iun are FactorfT-
and such clerk shall
another; extra Insf
no receive accompanied with Cash.
valuable legacy in his I G. VEROXEE
4 wore than three dollars thirtythreeand Great Prevcutatire, of Consumption, BRUSHES,SPOONS.CHAINS, WINDOW STOPS, AtnR. Y K. W. BIGJS & Co. BtJarktonrille :: GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, Ac.,, I Wholesale Dealers in
one third cents per day for tho time AID ROPE, TACKS, 150LTS, SAW S, S Q U Flo.ARE also always kept on hand. I PLAIN AXD JAPASED TIN WASS

, 1 1'I 1r actually and necessarily employed ; and UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONARY LOCKS, PER C 1 S. RULES, CARPEN now prepared to execute promptly orders july s-tf T. MCMILLAN. I TAKE this method of informing their (tri_

for miscellaneous items-thirteen thousand DISEASE SIX CAPS, TER'S SASH Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar Mills SAtE TIMii SAVK MOSEY SAVE, I customer that they haw reenUyj*
dollars.In vithout PLAINS POCKET KNIVES, CISEL TAP BORERS, and I. large additions to their machinery, and
ue elUcne. TOOL I Pang Mill, Horse Powers, Iron and TROUISL.E I 11.*
Sir A. C. invented and SPRING DALANCESNAILS > II I t i prepared to execute all orders in the
the office of the Firt Comptroller: .Bart. nee Brofg Castinyi, and every variety Machinery. Read this Advertisement aLoft lilt
of the WOOD-WARE, uch'w"BUCKETS, BROOMS, PAILS, AXE IIELVES, One with neatness and dispatch. Our
For furniture, blank books binding stationary & Casting Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, I'I Wares an ill
I MEDICATED FUR CIIESTPROTECTOR STATIOITEBY- Steamboat, and other repairing. and All!!! warranted not to leak and tu be of the best wrimanship. .
documents State
public and Territorial .
S TO all persons of al ages and conditons, as a Blank Fools and BOOK Pencils, Wafers Sealing with eelocUon of Thay will continue the manufacture and keep
and miscellaneous Cap 'e Wax I To ercha.n.1s Terms made
statutes items.
certain and a shield against consumption 1ob School Books Standard Works and reading. constantly on baud,heir variety of Plows, Timber accommodating, and Country onka
one thousaod eight hundred dollars.In Bronchitis, Asthma.' Cough, Cold and other afie light Carts, Chains, .., to which they respectfully invite PLANTERS AND OTHERS. promptly attended to ,
\ the office of the Second Comptroller: tions of the Lung vhieb arise from the GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.A patronage. July 8-ly HAVING become permanently located in Char- Also Country Roofing and Guttering dou wit

,For blank books, binding stationary pay state of the according fashion, and the full assortment Family Groceries, Hams, Bacon, 'ork. Lard, Beef, Tongues, Mackerel, Potatoes, Jacksonville I am prepared to do anything of tbe I dispatch.63 I
for the National Intelligencer and Union continual changes of our climate. Beans, Flour, Bread, Crackers, Ac., Ulacksmitulng, line of a general AGENCY and COMMISSION I STATE STREET,near the iTarlrt.
"The Protector"is .o AND nov. 18-6m
simply a chemically preparedfur business entrusted to me. I intend giving the I Charlatan. C
to be filled and preserved for the use of the lined with silk and padded, which, suspendedfrom WINES AND LIQUORS. MACHINE SHOP, greater portion of time to tho filling of Country -
,, .{Boo, offioe furniture and miscellaneous tbe neck, covers the chest, in so agreeable a Fine Old Brandy, New Whiskey, Bourboun Whiskey, Rectified and Common Whiskey, Champagne, At former Stand of SedgielcJc.CTRNISHE5 orders forGroceries. my Joseph Whildcn,
Itama. thousand fifO hundred dollars. that,once worn, becomes a necessity and Madeira and Port Wines, Schnapps, Ac.
one mae i .O Ploughs of all kinds Timber Carriages Provisions, Dry Goods, Hardware dealer in
In the office of the First Auditor: a comfort. FANCY GOODS. JL Cart, Chains for Mills Mill work of Clothing, Boots, Shoes. Drugs, i Paints Oils and Glass
II "The protetrt, although but recently introduced Soaps, Tooth, Nail,and Hair Brushes, Dressing Combs, Looking-GIases, Ac.
Tor blank books binding, stationery, office! into making rapid all kinds, Sugar Mills, Ac. Paints,Oils, Fruit,Liquors.Looks, Ko. II IIAYXE-STREET
furniture, and cases for records and official I the United States, the progress South through The above, which enumerates but comparatively!, few articles of our present Stock, we offer to attract <'7I'articuIar attention paid to Steam Coat anti Stationery, Fancy Goods, Ulivrlettan, S. C.
thousand fire hundred dollars., Caaa America the attention of the Public, Hunting that thoco who may be induced to call upon us by i will haveno Saw Mill reparing. Wheolwrighting done atshor- else that be for
papers, one and the West Indies. for a *" or anything can obtained cither in JEEPS constantly sale a general aaortmnt 1
For miscellaneous items, including IiUbICription bon a staple article in England and on the conti reason to regret the same. april 28WATCIIES N.test Williams notice r will be All orders left attended at the to.auz store. of S. this or Kortliern Markets and through the arrangements AI TS and OILS of all kinds TAUIS11ES -
for the Union and National Intelligencer of while it has grown in many countries -- -- promptly that I have made with the leading I, WINDOW GLASS and SAS11E3.3FH
Europ 19-tf I
J. A. J'
to of a article of dress. Houses dealing in the above articles I shall be I I I TURPEXTIXE, SPIRIT GAS, COTTON FOOT-
I to be filed for the of -
use the To demonstrate these facts enquire of any English JEWELRY\\ SILVM WARE the Circuit Court of the Eastern able to make purchases on better terms than the I j I GIN FIXTURES; GLUE and BRCSI1E3 et ivnous
office three hundred dollars.In rsident in your vicinity of his knowledge of Circuit of Florida Merchants or Planters themselves conM; thereby ; kinds. (DOY Z-11
the office of the Second Auditor: the beneficial effects of wearing the Protector, AND In Chancery-Between not only saving them the difference in the price ot

For blank books, binding, stationery,I WITHOCT KEOOURSE TO DocTORixoof any kind. The Donr.n F MINoR, Complainant, ) Bill for the article but aLio, the necessary tsorbitunt upen. I Fraser & Thompson
fficc furniture, and miscellaneous item*, cost of wearing these articles is a mere trifle, and Jo Hit N. MI. OR, Respondent, \ Divorce. .,if time and trouble attending visit to this J FACTORS AND _
including two of the daily city one will last some years. No one who values the Fancy Goods. BILL Complainant being filed in this case it City.[ I will abo personally attend to the selectIng COMMISSION MEKCIUXTSAdgers
newspapersto heat of himself or his family will be withoat ; to the utisf.&ction of the Court Packing, Marking and Shipment of goods I
,. be filed, bound and preserved for the tblI The Ilonpitals in tide country are not aoneremmendiDg that the sail Rerpo lent resides without the State so as to avoid all mistake and damages which I Xtrth Wharf
tee of the office one thousand two hundred them,but rapidly introducing 0- On motion Charles: Lroward, Solicitor for Com generally arise from want of a little attention.In Charleston: S.C.FflDK .
\ dollars. As the Ilydromagcn is becoming more known, its GEORGELAGG plainant, it is addition to the above I will also attend to [ g. FRASER | rArt s.THoirvwS1.5O.
In the office of the Third Auditor: sale i increasing to an almost incredible extent.Last Ordered, That a hearing of the facts chargedin he disposal of any produce that may be shipped .
For blank books,binding stationery office year in Lndon Manchester Biriuinglwm! said Bill of Complainant be bad at a term of to me Any person desirous of making Shipments t lUerehant'sllotd, fclJO.
Linrpl Dublin,Paris,Antwer Jackovi1c. En1:orCa this Court, to be holden at Jacksonville, in tho of l'roduce of any kind had better write to me and L1 Charleston S. C.nEnrcTiox .
furniture, carpeting,two newspapers,the 1 Iawburgb, and Durli our talcs raed ,- WOUD respectfully infor citzcns of this place surrounding country, that County of Duval, on the first Monday in July I[ will give them every information as regards the I 15 PRICKS.
Union and Intelligencer, preserving files I&r cork ., This year to number he hr.s opened at his old stand, next and that said respondent do appear and Markets, manner of Packing; and how to ship THE undersigned having leased this Hold!,
and papers, expenses of bounty-land scr nlli surpass that : plead, answer or demurr to said Bill of Complaint them. From my long experience in a general I itlituaua in King street solicit from tU tw"
rice, miscellaneous items, and arrearages,, Ask the Faculty opinion of their value as SUMEItS' BLOCK on or befo.e said day, or decree will there- mercantile business I think I can give perfect 1:1I I I ling public a glmre of patronage Board, SLV)
three thousand fire hundred and forty dollars. a preventative for COUGHS, COLD, LROSCUITIS, with I large and well selected stock of from pass in the same manner as if tie said respon- isCictiiin to all and suit the VK si fastidious taste per July day 8-6m; tingle dinner, 50 cts. only. '
ASTUMA, and COVSCXPTIOX.MEN'S .. dent had appeared and was present in court. in my selections. Give me a trial is all I ajk.- JAMES M.IIOTUL. nn-r._
( SUE, pr. pair, 35 Crsis. V HItm t 5iI (, H 1AaL It is further Ordered, That a copy of the above for my services I shall require a moderate commission CU.UU.IS1'OX ,
In the office of the Fourth Auditor: LADIES' do. do 30 do.Bovs' ANn 1 order published in some public newspaperpub. not exceeding ten pcr cent., according to D. 3IIXKP;

For stationery, books, and binding, six: & MISSES' do 25 do. FANO r Q-QcxD I lished in this State for the space of three months, the nature of the business. Corner of Meeting and Hayne Streets
dollars. NOTICE.-From tho Retail Price make before the for said DAVID 31. GAZLEY,
Hundred wo a day oppointed hearing. julyS CharlestonS.C.. ,ifjll1.LS
of the Public is invited. Getting Goods direct from the
liberal allowance Jobbers to which my Office 225
For labor one hundred dollars. very to and Wholesalers, WILLIAM A. FORWARD, np-sUirs Kinr-street,
For miscellaneous, items two hundred I 1 Unit any storekeeper may make a fine profit on Now York Manufacturers, I am prepared, to offer my customers inducements, both a! Judge of the Circuit Oourtof March 10, 1355-ly. Charleston, S. C.: IIOUSE.!
their sale, while they are an article thay may be regards style and price that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. the Eastern Circuit of Florida. TIIOSAS S. XICKEKS50X,
kept in any store, among any class of goods, : Among my assortment may b found March 21, 19:: WILLIAM S. LAWTOX & CO. Corner os Meeting and Queen Street,
In the office of the Fifth Auditor: For terms,'apply t I do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true ;uly3 Charleston S.C.

For Blank books, binding, and stationery lARCOGRT, BRADLEY A CO,, WATCHES, BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do., NAPKIN copy of the original ordur in my office. TOOSAS! AuxunER I WILLIAM 8. LAwTON, 1'\"II.IOX 110".1:1.,

two hundred and fifty dollars. _.nn Street, Kow.Yerk.A'Vanllng. FINE GOLD PATENT LEVERS, (full jeweled,) RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS, .Ac., .Ac. March24, 1855-3m (]EO. STOXE. l- York Dtsf oFurmcrlyof S. C \I I Lawl on rUle, II. L. KUTTEIIFIULD,
on made to order from Keaufart Put, S.C.,
In the office of the Auditor of tho Post- "DETACHED" u" Constantly hnlad pure Corner of Meeting and IIaseI-8ts.,
Office Department. coin, and & Felix Livingston, Sea Island and Upland Cotton, jw8 CharlestonS.C. ,tNotice.
rr not; harbor not in mind tha "LAl'INE
For stationary,blank books,binding and L sentence Dclny philosophy, that your a disease ft ill ( !without hunting canasa) CUTLERY. ATTORNEY&COUNCELLOR AT LAW and Rice .

) ruling, ten thousand and fifty dollars. get cured o( itself, or that you can cure it with certain SILVER PATENT LEVER do.LAPINES do.. From tho celebrated Manufactory of Geo. Wosten- Jacksonville, E. 1% I"J\CTORSI.'ORW.\RDIYG, TIlE' CO-PARTXEBSIIIP.under the firm rf
t- 'For miscellaneous items. file-boards repairs medicines for I few dollars, Ben'are how you a' holm A Son, consiting of WILL attend to any professional business en- ::0, I'' 'n;Y 4 CO, is thisday dwrfved. -
do. do. AND
4' .
tamper with general welfare.Ye to him in the Courts of the Eastern The iittleiiient of its affairs by mntut
cases and desks for safe-keeping of wild and your vicious why will you From good makers, which will be warranted, POCKET KSI.E: SCISSOR SHEARS Circuit, and of the Supreme Courts of Tallahassee. COMMISSION MERCHAXTS, agreement devolves on WILLIAM M.TTXXO,

papers furniture, lights, washing towels,, in doting with the fltby youts.nn taicmllund persist daily good time keepers. RAZOR.!. lie has also lOch an advantageous connection withan SOOTH ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON S. C. to whom all persons having demands or being indebtcd
ice'horse for .messenger, telcpraphic dispatches 1 and JEWELIIY. able Lawyer at Washington City,as will ensurea are
rrfcro tberobllmpari your FANCY GOODS Partner has been in the Factorage and rtrerr""LWILLlAJI
prompt and speedy collection of such claim OUR M-TTJCSO.
and stores, two thousand five hundred you mentally as Business about
desrying a 'el a Consissing of Such as CORALS PORTE MONIES ACCORDIONS may bo placed iu his hands again&t tbe United twenty years I, F.-Q.PlCKEYJs. ,
cured with
phyvically doses
dollars.In can a and
you b GUARDS, FOB AND VEST CIIAINS.CHATELAINS we hope Ly experience and attention to give
GOLD State Charleston
LUBINS' 31st
of medicines July August 1854.
the of the pleasant l'EnFt IRY satisfaction.
office Treasurer BRACELET- March
You who thus '
and 2J3
wish to be
For blank botks binding, stationery, to heath are and vigor annoyed by a treatment at once restored PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS, SEALS, PAPIER-MACHEE, JEWEl. CA.pIAMOS 1 Phillip Fraser. YEW GOODS FOR SPRING 1855!- -

and miscellaneous items one thousand I pleasant and efctua., thould consult Dr. MORRIS. RINGS, REGARD, SLEEVE Do. SES, ROSEWOOD WORK I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. W. G. Bancroft Sash House The Subscriber. ,
GOLD THIMBLES Jackfoniille
two hundred dollars.In His chronic diseases has been BOXES, PORTABLEWRITIFG Fla., Continues the business heretofore carried cs
the office of than.UCB that of other of AND COLLOR BUTTONS, WILL attend to any professional business en- 253 & 255 King Street, dir the name of TUXXO
the Register: greater any physician hi day. STUDS, CUFF PINS, DEOK to him in the PIXCESET A CO,
Courts of the Eastern Charleston S.C.WE
who hare been for afflicted RETICULES. ms, and tenders to his friend, the
disease renewal of lit tor*
For and full Many
ruling binding twentycfchtbooks L years BROOCIIESEAR RINGS, Circuit, and the Courts ARE
Lr BRUSHES, THERMOMETERS Supremo at Tallahassee. now receiving our usual large and vice:.
: or resulting from have WILLIAM TCXSO
for recording collecton' quarterly consequences health excess, GOLD SPECTACLES,EYE GLASSES CmLDRE.'S' lIe has also such an advantageous connection with { extensive assortment of Sept ;
restored and
to under
I abstracts of the commerce and navigation ben treatment. vigor h really PLAIN AND SETT RI.NONS, TOYS, TEA BELLS, an able Lawyer Washington City, as will ensurea Fancy & Staple Dn Goods 213 !
) and,blank abstracts for their use three Should a Interview be CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS, Together with various other articles too numerous prompt and speedy collection of such claims as ; "WM. il. LAWTON Jc CO.
personal objectionable for
Spring Trade and
are to offer
t I may be placed in his hands againtt the United prepared greater FACTORS AXD _
thousand dollar elate disease enclose five ,SILVER WARE.toineiftion. I.
your I writing- inducements than ever before to Cash Custom
dolan State.
For blank books binding, stationary.oases' through I'ost COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT en.V e adhere strictly to our established custom -
for official and records ana office, Savannah, Ga, and a package of medicines, FORKS,TABLE,DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, thoroitchly Ttam..all1arantt at the slurrt- .J. illcltobcrt Baker, of ONE PRICE ONLY. Ab. 13 Svuthefn MTanf;
papers securely put up, will be sent privately and with SUGAR SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do. est nu&e. C.SI. [oct28-ly Charleston,'Jan.20,1855. (6m) Charleston, S.C. ,
miscellaneous items four thousand ATTORNEY AT .
,1) dollars. despatch, ful of directions and no questions LAW. SOLICITOR IX Wm.M. L4wtOD. I Wm_ MTiy1ea!

For arranging and binding cancelled ma-, Persons living at a distance, afflicted with July 8 :If
rio. papers'one thousand dollars. fula, Old Ulcers,Tetter, Cancers, Piles, Sr New Goods New Goods AND HAVE in store, and will sell at a small ad ranee : NEUfFER. IIODBIX A Co,-

I in the office of the Solicitor: Ann Gravel Strictures, Geet or any disease whatever Commissioner-for the Atlantic and Gulf CASH, the following articles, vix: : COMMISSION MERCHANTS,,
of aggravated character GROCERIES AND
Yor blank books, binding, stationery. labor I- be cured an a borne by consulting Dr. MORRIS,,can by AMBLER & 11OEGhave 5-ly Flour, barrels half barrels PROVISIONS.and sacks; Maccaroni Flour, Grain for and the Produce sale! of CentrallY.

and miscellaneous Items one thousand letter }> .- a fee. ; Butter; Lard; Ilanu Bacon Sides;.Mackierel!; julyS L'harleslonSIC., '*
,two hundred dollars. Medicines pleasant and cafe, can be cent per mil McQueen McIntosh, Cod Fish;Cheese; English Dairy; Layer Raishns In
For statutes and reports. one thousand U any.part___Lu of the_.United.' States.. ,. __ just received their Fall supply of Merchandize, consisting ofJCEBE ATTORNEY AT LAW boics'ond quarter boxes; Brandy Cherries; C.iOco- :I GEO. ABBOTT & CO ;,
'dollars.In ruricu.uuvcnuon given io tie treatment offo :: : I 7 ::: : : : : : J late; Lemon Syrup; Coffee,Rk,Old Governm Java -: No.96 East-Bay, (opposite JJoyee ct iJ.'.JrbIfJ)
: : E. F.
i.r the office of the Commissioner of Customs male complaints. Ladies who may be afflicted : [ 1 r flflJfljffwztrc : : Jacksonville and Mocha, Tea Oolong, Gun Powder, and I Charleston, S.C,.
r ; wit Irregularities Hour Albu. or WhitM. P. :t1 ZMCO.V PO IUMS, BUTTER. LARD. : C. Smith & Bradford. Young Hyson; Sugar,Crushed Coffee Porto Rico Dealers in ,
tlcn, or railing of the ,
dowel and New Orleans SPIRIT
"ombwould i tC. ; Candles,Adamantine, Star and CASS AND CAMPIIESE. -
For blank books stationary, and miscellaneous t I.yuide all false promptly With a full supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. ATTOllNKV. AT LAWsonciToa Sperm; Florida Syrup; New Orleans Molasses; with Lamps'Clr every ,description, for tiw a'
{teams twc thousand dollars. the Doctor, Cures warranted. I and Segnrs, from 95 to MO per thousand; Tobacco, ALSO

.Light-home Board.For blank books.Undine r.Al: letters to receive' attention must b Dry Goods in CHA'HGJBY, Virginia, Fig,Rouh A Ready, and Yellow Bank; English and American White'Lead,FataMof

and stationery two hndrcd and MOTRIS, Savannah a fee. Address Dr. W. Alligator and ffetenannille, Flo. Pickles 1 gal, i4 ga.L and 1-4 gaL jars; Soaps, ercry kind Linseed and Sperm" .

fifty dollars. ] r-Consulting, Rooms, Ge, No.s Bryan street Of PRINTS, a large and well assorted stock, to WILL them. attend promptly to .business entrusted. Colgate's Saute No.,Pepper 1, Pale Sauce, Castile; Yeast and Powders Toilet| Worcester Mus. July 8 Oil Glass, Putty,4c.CONDICT .

fire For hundred miscellaneous expenses and postage, posite Monument Square. July op Ginghams, Sheeting, Linens, BonnetRibbons, M.WHIT. SMITH, | H. BnADFOM tard, Ginger, Cinnamon, Spice,Nutmegs, Black ; JENNINGS A,Co'
dollars. Office I Pepper, Cloves, Mace, Starch, Sal ADLER
at I
Alligator. J Office at Newnansville. Eratiw Cook- COACII.IIARDW AB ,
Forth* General Purpose! of the Southeast Private noadID DeLains, Shirting, Crash, Taffetas, july 7-ly ing Soda Table Salt'Shot, Lead, Powder, 1-4, iNo-165 Meeting Street
Executive Building 4L4 TiE .ubsrbr respectfully informs the 1-2 kegs, and eaJl llters. JutyS CharlestonS.C. ._
Osnaburgs Hosiery Florence Silks -
For the continuation of the JpuLlc tat prepared t amu a Alpacas, C. D. Oak. Liquors, "Wines, &e. -

building, three nundred thousand Treasury, dollars, good b at of CAmlle.rel.,or .igle persons, wit] Cashmeres, Dress TrimmingHandkerchiefs, Lady's Collars, [Reed's New Building,] tified Brandy, Monongahela, Old Otard, and Old Cognac Family; Whiskey, Rec 1VIIOLE MATTIHESSEX.\LE CLOTHING A O'HARA.IIOt'SRKo.

to be expended under the direction of the is situated in a pleasant part of the Blankets, &c., &c. Jaekwntillt, Flo. Bourbon; Rum,Jamaica and New England Rye! and Gin Old 143 East Bay,corner Queen, Jtf
President of the United States according town, corner of Ocean and Mon streets, Jack KEEPS constantly on hand a floe assortment Holland and Pale; Wines, Champagne, Madeira; > july B Charleston, s.c. _

to the plan proposed by Thomas U. WAle unville, }'lolda A. COY. CLOTHING. l4',& of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FANCY Sherry, Port Teneriffe, Claret and Malaga! I WARDLAWV.LKER & BURIQ1. ;
January 1,1655-tf. GOODS, which ho offers for lalit.ehoa.p Champagne Cider,Ale and Porter. I -
ter architco and Cotton I'actors and
approved of by the committees A fine assortment VESTS, fine COATS BUSINESS COATS, SACKS and SACKSTEES, for!. Paints and Oils. I 'f
of the Senate and House of Representatives For 'Vel.-la. COATS, SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, COLLARS CRAVATS STOCKS OVE- and '
I I' Palaika ,. & -Watches-Repaired Warrented.Win. Paints-White Lead, No I and pure at Charleston North Atlantic Wharf,
buildings Inenwie
on grounds at 4 Lndin > it
prices; French Line, a article JUlyS Ctiarletlvn -
pure Oils ,S.C.
the last session of Congress. The steamer SEMINOLE, CapL I Crothc, Linseed, Salad, Sperm, Whale and Lard. ,, .

For compensation of eight watchmen of Wednesday r. POUL will continue proceed te make Welaka on !I TUBS Cedar and painted, BUCKETS, MEASURES KEELERS, covered, FLOUR and SUGAR WATCH MAKER'AND JEWELRY, Hardware II.117\V.King KINMAN Strut, ,

the southeast executive building, four trips to that lt pla ad every other Wednesday regnUr I,JJOXES./XE 1IELVES, WASH BOARDS, MARKET,BASKETS,.c 4. (In the room adjoining the Post-offUe.) Shovels Axes-LenreU'and Spades, Collins and Drugs; Ames' has In store an Immense stock w

thousand:;for;:compensation eight hundred of nine dollars.laborer of the I theraner freight until or twerbU.10r to & n l. ._.I begs hAVING leave to returned offer his from services Europe to,his again old Cut lloos, ,Tenon No. 2,and 3 and Island;4;Garden Corn Mills Rakes, Saws, Planter', Cross which, be is WINDOW now offering at SUAIXES prices, inch u_to Jf.

outhest executive pal, aPdg friends and the public genorally. With his ; Trace Chains, Fifth lent great inducements to customers.
building fire thousand L A CANOVA, Chains Grindstones .
Ja2O AltI'OR Ar and complete assortment of kinds. experience for the last twenty-six years, as a ; Trowels, Angers Patent ALSO
hundred and a Wrenches
coo eighty-four dollars. SALE. Watchmaker, be hopes to1give entire satisfaction Potir, Ovens Griddles, Fry Pans;Spi Lace and Muslin Curtains,Satin DaLinM,v"*
[Continued. ; to those who wish to have their ders, Ovens Muffle, Bakers, Hooks and Hinges,
work done asks
in 1c. all at .
a a J
; great bargain.S.
-.,,----- ,I ONE Twenty-fire Hone Steam Engine with _I lGWH&m I. workmanlike manner. lung Nails Hasps and Staples Shingling Hatch-
.4 Teas t Tcul Teas tit One Bilen, Pipe Ac, cmplet. BRUSHES, SOAPS COLOGNES, !c., AcT'" JSjr ,Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired at =.C.Q. Hammers Manilla Rope, 3-4,1 and 1-4 G. COURTENAY
TtW iK ir.4 a wppbr fIl fresh TEAS, Black Sven lion Ste and Boiler com the shortest notice. BOOKS. STATIO'ZEUYANih'& -
J ad Green In 1.. I-X Ib. plete. Enge : : : July 8-tf '
*nd 1.4 lb. pack. .g'E n.c K. E Y Saddlery. PUBLICATIONS
ac raanar from 1160 to SO cU. per pound.;: One Caw Saw Mane, o Page's ..Manufacture. I -, Saddles-Mexican Kentucky, Spanish and.Wagon JulyS Ko.3 Broad CharlestaL&CICAGNEIT. rrtf
firvm r.kui Tea Company, at ,The 1ge assortment.that has been offered in this markt consisting of common ware .@ ; Collars Kip Split and Hog Skin; Padded Street

May 19-3t APOTHECARY HALL. All the above machinery U new and well- mae Grit) and Marble let Gu.warl Preserve .FriL Dishes, all styles and qu. wht }'LORIO.RAILRoAD COMPACT, ) Halmes Green Ilalmea; Blind 13ridles,-Cart Sad- FISHER & IIOXIK', .
I andwillbseoldlowfocs.b. Goblets, Wine Lamps,Candlesticks,Lanterns Jugs Jan Jacksonville. dles and Breechiu': FACTORSkAND COMMISSION
FROST, & BOULTEli Apply MOONEY A GOOKW._ TI,1n & }ud ) , May 26, 1855. J Domestics.09nabuTesCowetAandOswego. S
I Founders ,hARD' ARE.'set TVTOTICn b hereby given that an assessment CHANTS .
General Commission Merchants )aylt .Machinist i.1 of one cent the | Denius, TIek- Accommodation Wharf CiarlesLa,4j
per on stock of this Company, _
,lopply the ings, Shirtings and Marino
peculiar demands of market ,
building and Mill Stripes Florida Fa
expressly t ti has been made payable tha i t *
101 State Street,Bottom Matt, Copartnership NoUe -e purposes, Carpenters' Ac, 10 c June next. upon GEO.twenty-sixth, ot tory Thread. 'W.G.BANCROFT & CowNET <
. 1f TILL P7 rtriot and prompt attention to sale Te undeMp enterd It a Copartner IVCALL. Wood Ware,'&e. }
A I W( of'LUMBER, TIMBER, COTTON and I p- of Law. WINES & LIQUORS. may 26-td Secretary. Buckeu, ,Painted; Tube, Cedar and Painted CASH oJODDIYGJlOV8'
yi pr14j Uwr Sevthera frodiK MCQUEEN MdNTOSI. FINE OLD BRANDT, I0LLAf" fIN and BOURBON WHISKED; ,Do.ineaiki. $25 Reward 1 Well Buckets,Bail Boxes,Nests| Brushes,Scrub. Nos. 233 & 235 King Street..
: .ctT-tf OLIVER FROST. FRANCIS .WUETON. PORTER CIIAMPAIQNE, Ac.,btted Shoe, horse and White Wash, Brooms, Wire, Charleston S.C. .' -:.
R07AL BOULTER. .a1We, Nov.10, 185-tL- .THE SUBSCRIBERS lal. ..for the present, CIEDI. for RANAWAY from the subscriber on the Hearth and Wisp I Selves bras and wire; AM II. ,
use o the elt of the old. deltrlet by fire., x They ho to open huili& ere the tmpr !4th!day of April last, a negro man by the Helves, Matebell Dod Cords Plough Lines, JESSENDEALEUS.E' GROCERIESr--
J1IoIm s MADERA/ AND OLD RORT WINES, OLD elegant ,corner Ocean and streets which is now course of erection. 18_ des name of MOSES,tw.nty4evenyeare of age, Clothes e-Mat. ,
; ,*'' 100 Wall? Strut Jt. T. ANB 8CnEDA 6C1INAITS, are 2 about five feet eight inches high,itout made, IIARTRIboE" TIM ANUS expect to keep,a .QUORSSEGARS&c.0 tl
,>;', pressly f S. S. FARRAR & BROTHERS. I ,--, Soda-Water. -- -I not very darkTcbmplexion,,hof a down-cut look supply of the above articles always on hand,and uly9 No. 139 East Bay CbarcsLon! ....
,* May APONHECARr.IULLICO : when spoken to,' and ha small eye.' The above will Dealers -
rDumber and Planters
.1/i 4- VY' lew Pine Live Oak; and. 19 DEALERS COFUEEGhtObE.. supply at as low rate
p 4 5.dMf SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE r ,' t. ;' .--- SODA WATER,elear, cool fad sparkling, wit Reward will be paid to any person who will deliver as they can be obtained In Charleston or W.Eo' Buker-:.
and. i Hay 11 Hayllf RIES' ; K of the most flaror to him to In J _. .
. Jacksonville him
** -- *i*** wvtwin j%* I 4. b -or lodge in any with freight added.. SHIP;BROKER AND aI.
l. flldwlDl .J.' I I 1 ti'; fo- Comer. East Bay A Cam1rud.Stt at the counter o draught at- : .Jail where I can get him. Jacksonville,Fla.lIa108, 1853 COM MI SS J QN. M ERe tiT'

F -IaI,1.t. .. 1IlDO..TIMUr& J j'&.' .; t ll" t .pr 25, le 3.-3" :APOTflZCAhY pALI.c '. juaoS-tl ::4 Co L COOPER:: %flurida Republican ppj... uly IAtranmtA, ,jfft*.

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