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 21, 1855
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v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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

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


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=BAUTHORIT'-- I apportioned and applied to the several surveying ; prprat-, to-be< paid\ to' the said ofcr I dent's house, i in lieu of the brick pavement each member and,delegate of the second 'DELECT*POETRY. flrmelodramaficcfl'ect) awhat fa ther.\'to"> $ j

.. districts according t the exigencies which per cntum sal now much broken; containing .seventeen session,of the thirty-third Congress, seventeen from crushing you here beneath *
: -UNITED STATCS. of the public service, including expenses of commence from the trtdny of July, thousand one hundred and seventy-six thousand three hundred and fifty-two mrTcctuatrbncc, and so put an end,te-5;ono, <
LAWS 011 THE'. selecting swamp lands' and the compensation ten hundred and : Prodded, I square ft'eJ'at twenty-ight.t per foot, dollars. 'TOE GOLDEN WEDDINGRIXG.BT who has so grievously injured mo?"* i .- ,,
and expenses to surveyor to locate That,the same shall not extend to the I thr ad nine dol For binding twenty-four copies of We drew our revoiver fronr our bosom/ !
> SECOND private land claims In Luisiana in adi- chaplain. ''Jit and twenty-eight cnt. for each memLr and delegate of .ae- -U1SSET. but in an instant our hand was grasped and; !;
t" TUlTuXlTnD STATES. tion to the : }or compensation of three inspcor of ; For finishing the pavement on the ond I thirty-third Congress, With a white hand like a lady, held as if in a vice and the little lB3trument -
: LAWS : former appropriations for'tbe same objects said penitentiary, seven fny south frnt f4yete S'luar"ono thousand six thousand nine hundred and forty dollars -, .And a heart as merry ai spring, was flying harmlessly across tho j.
] one hundred and fifteen thousand dollar dollars ; and for the present fiscal year, dolar. and eighty c'nts. ,I ripe and I am ready apartment. The fUioir was one of amazine*
(connon for:> ofGccrs of the For the reservey and correction of thirty four hundred and fifty dollars in additionto purh e.of books for library at. the For reporting the debates of the second a For a golden," strength, certainly. Iloxwe kept so cool t,
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For fuel quarter duty, the pay townships in Michigan, situated north i of the sum already appropriate.For executive mansion, to .be expended under session of the thirty-third Congrs seven 'dd"i under,,the: circumstance ,? we could not-tell;* t-
. army fining on Lgla-liouso for the first corrtion line, and west of tbemcridian : the support maintenanc of saidpenitentiary the direction of tho President of the Unit thousand. five hundred dolar. This old world i scarce worth seeing and we have never yet been able to conjee-i -
went; of whtcli rlenua8U'r'h no longer department provided fhtIibflT i I averaging sixty miles each, at I six thousand three' hnndred States two bare and fifty TO enable John C. I th "J. -.Till LOT warf.his pnrpl* wing,, ture.. It was the. calmness ofdcapah#14r-6.6.. -
L1 Uio nu and chtii -! rte not exceeding.six dollars per mile, ten and twelve dollars and!:,fifty_ cnt. And To cmplotemd rje the grades of the reporters \httllouafo, t'pr.t POIF\ .-, iAiul wopvngstho bliss of big haps.. r -* ** ..V 1Our 1- ,
ndand ii ty-lhru.dolr, thousand eight hundred donat.For the annual compensation of chaplain of Wf. lt determine the a! Gob.viz:w Vihiain W. Through golden wedding-ring. visitor laughed, satirically, as ha* -u'Ji
,\'tnt. In the' ofth the rcsurvey and correction of townships the penitentiary shall ho five hundred dollars I plans for the drainage se\er theref Hncks, Frs II. Smith, John J. McEI threw up our arm,with a mocking 'curl of
\ ?fctnts : one ltenne ruilhon I forty-four t forty-eight north inclusive to commence from the present fiscal 'I per act of August F. Andrews, Chares B Would you draw,far Eden nearer, his handsome: lip, and re.seatedbimzl 11j -
,ft.Ofc 1111rtmelt. and of ranges eighteen, ninetn, and year.For I' dyed and ffptwo.f\ethousanddolar. Collar, and Henry II.' Ilaycs, : And to earth the angels bring, commanding usby .a look, follow,his ex
one dollars.thousml rl I. twenty west, situated the upper pnin- defraying the expenses of the sn- For : cr grounds ol amount additional compensation for rj> You most seek the magic mirror ample. ,.
Ht\-Fc'cn of the custom-house sula of Michigan,estimated at preme, circuit, and district courts of the I the President's house, continuing the improvements porting the debates of the House toe the a golden wedding-fin; faXo."he continued, looking tts steadily ,
For UKS continuation Carolina two huudred townships averaging sixty miles each, at a United States, including the District of of the same, and keeping them present session of Congress, a has been +. in the face, "my business i; not murder.t '
,t Chfttl(6tOfl,South. not exceeding six dollars per mile, four Columbia; also for jurors and witnesses, m order, three thousand dollars. heretofore paid them, eight hundred dollar As the earth with sea I bounded, That i is not in my line. If I bad come hero, s"
thousand dolll' of the ,thousand six hundred and eighty dollar in aid of the funds arising from fines, penalties For the completion of the cast wing of each, five thousand six hundred dollars !- And the winter-world with spring, for that purpose. I should hardly haTo..
For the cntinuaton custom-hous two hun For correcting erroneous and defective and forfeiture, incurred in the fiscal the Patent-Office building, and the im : And for the payment of a like sum to So a maiden's life I rounded waited so long accOmplish it. I am.'a', -
at New Orleans.. thou dollar r lines of public and private surveys in Illinois year ending the thirtieth of June one provements connected therewith, ten thou each of the reporters of the Senate namely : With a golden wedding-ring. burglar, sir, by profession-not an assas. _a
.nil \ custofu-house:llt at Bath and Missouri at a rate not exceeding thousand eight hundred and and sand seven hundred dollars. Richard Snttont, F. Murray, fD.F.Murphy sin." *""* ,
To complete the dollars. six: dollars per mile, three thousand: dollars. previous years ; and likewise for defraying For lighting the President's house aniCapitol ,] R. M. Patterson, Henr Pardon, I hare known full many a maiden, We began to breathe freely. There was1 1 .
Maine, ten of the custom-house the expenses of suits in which the United the public grounds around them, James J. Murphy and Brown, Like a white rose withering, nothing in bur sanctum, except oriifire ; 4. -
For the commotion facing, in place of For the resurvey and correction of old States a concerned, and of prosecutions and around the executive offices and Pennsylvania four thousand eight hundred dollars.To Into fresh ripe beauty redden, that we could conscientiously value at more
,(' Mobile with gran.te thousand dollars. erroneous surveys in Arkansas discovered for offences committed against the United Avenue, East Capitol Street to pay for twenty-four copies of tboCongrcssional Through a golden wedding-ring than a sixpence. *.ew t
) &; nietv-fivc .7aliou8.-For since the last report by the Burvej-or-gen- States and for the safe keeping ot prisoners Second Street twenty-five twentythousand Gob and Appendix of the Mjr; name, sir,is Tinicum proewded* .
rcotre vith extraordinary foreign and min era! at a rate not exceeding six dollars per eight hundred thousand dollars. dolrs. first session of present Congress, for As tho crescent moon rings golden, our visitor,blandly "and,'as i said Bcjfore -' f.
salaricH of envoys f the United miles nine thousand five hundred and fonr For. the support, clothing, and medical the President's house, one each of the delegates from Nebrak and Her fully glory perfecting, I am a professed thief." : "* ,
i.ter nlenipotcutiary &> Stats dollars,, treatment of the insanc'of the District of thousand dollars. Kansas, being forty-eight a six Womanly beauty i nnfolden, "That's candid at any rate,)fr.Tinlcuin,1* f
two hundred and 6i.vty-bcvt.-n For the renewal and correction of old ColumbiA and of the army and nAvy at the :For furnace keeper at the Prsi ent's dollars per copy, two hundred and eighty- I a golden wedJg-rmg. said we, trying to speak bravelj, Iri order
liundrcd dolUrs.Voi Fccrctancs of legation erroneous, and defective svrveys 11 asylum said District, sixteen thousand house, three hundred sixty-five dollars eight dollars ; and for binding the oft to make believe,'ot that there_was now danger -
tabrics of hundred d.Jlars., sas, discovered of old, erroneous, and defective eight hundred dcllars. JIb 0 complete the furnishing of the rooms hundred and ninety-two volumes, at sixty Fainting sii. grow Cele that we trerejbriinful of courJ -.. ',*
fiifv-r- ur tlol.nlfc to the surveys Arkansas, discovered since For finishing nnt furnishing the two of the new wing of the Patent-Office buid- cents n volume one hundred and fifteen. Sighing hearts will soar and sing; "I am a burglar, sir, by profess1o ,;Jut ;-9r
ForwUrvof \ the last estimate by the sure'or.gnerl last sections of hospital buidingwhichcmprisea ing, with furniture, and providing saloon dollars and twenty cents. Tearful eyes will laugh out tearless, neither a pick-pocket nor 'a highwayman? !.
Sandwlclv 11n.l:. six thousmt(101:1.: where the works have o1Uterted all that has Len therein with cases for models, fifteen For additional amount required for binding Through a golden wedding-ring. So your property also, is safe I 'am well -
F'ur the nicn to hundred 1ur-. by time, accident, and other cuscs at a twenty-two thousand \ hundred and thousand dollars. documents, thirty thousand dollars. There's no jewel worth ring. known sir, to most of the police." "i'ikDut
v-o tliou,and live rate not exceeding four per mie. twelve dollars. And for the erection of a For the collection of agricultural statis For additonlamount required for en 1 don't you think,sir,"said we, that '
the 1 inltelon to That lover's hand
for the interpreter live to hundred dollar four" thousand eight hundred and lodge for the colored insane: fences, repair tics,and procuring and distributing cutting graving lithographing' thirty thousand ,a may brgTher' we could just as conveniently listen to your 4. I
Chin"*, ('o tlmtisaud) six dular. of the farm-houses, for ten cows for use of and seeds, twenty-five thousand dollar.- no treasure worth comparing interesting 'observations' If tho door wa$ -
of the! United -
Fur the salanc* ofo-nsuls thwu } in Louisiana, at augmented the asylum for a carriage ami harness for For continuing the work on the Washington For the payment of salaries and other With a golden wedding-ridg. open-only.a little open-to admit some -
States two hundred und se\entJ'-le dullaw. rates, \ authorize by law, twenty- the patients, and for ditching grading, and aqeduct, two hundred and fifty thousand expenses of the Census Buteau' until the Ah 1 when hearts are wildly beating, fresh air-a very' little fresh air lIt seem. Vi 'i .
6ndcn hundred and fifty three thousnt dollars. setting out trees twelve thousand and dollars. completion of the mortality statistics,five so exceedingly close." : *>
of all the tnis- And when all glowing cling, .
For contingent expenses For retracing and renewing old, oblter- twenty dollars. For completing the engravings and illustrations thousand doTJr to b expended underthe think ttl have: no ,intention to carry offypur t,
thereof circle wants
"iOO abroad, or *> much thousand live aa hundred mayIKS ate imprfect and defective surveys Public Buildings and Grounds.-For of the Mexican boundary survey, direcion Secretary of the Inter" Lve' completing key,"replied the impcrtarable Mr.1 Tm' '
necessary uinety-MX and and making relocations compensation, in part fur the messenger in ten thousand dollars.To ior. c With a golden weddng-nng. cum. "But, I have something to 'say'to f -
and forty-three dl.lars seventytnc of the lines of private land claims charge of the main furnace in the Capitol meet the expenses of the transportation For supplying a deficiency in the appropriation which I am determined: you shall liste'.- -
!, cents. therein;and for locating private land claims four hundred and twenty dollars. : certain persons from San Diego to for the printing of the executive SELECT TALE. You'll excuse me if I seem rather' impertinent 1
of inter .
For contingent expenses foreign under the act of twenty-eight June, one For compensation of the laborerin chare San Francisco O.liforia charged with a dcprtment thirty-two thousand eight in my way of doing businesS but I '.
eur sixty thousand dolars. with the. thousand eight hundred and forty-eight ; of the water-closets in the Capitol, violation of the neutrality laws of the Uni- : seventy-five dollars. TiE PROFESSIONAL BURGLAR. don't choose to be interrupted." -a
expenses of dollars. also for detached and unfnisho surveys, hundred and thirty-eight dollars. States. and who surrendered themselves to For the completion.of the printing of the "Go. on, fr. Tinicum," said'we, 'andfc"tro
Drbal' fH\'Cr six thousand commercial and for the execution surveys rendered For removing fences.,grading streets.&t., the military authorities, one thousand two Senate,'ordered at the, present session,and A TRUE STORT. threw oursclf back in our chair, resigned 1- ,, ,
of the agent difficult by reason of swamps and lakes, preparatory to the extensive of the Capitol hundred dollars. paper for the same, thirty thousand dol to listen. ;-*-
L St.Martin, form the t'e1h o JvovcrnLr the- and to be expended at rates not exceeding Square, in nccrnc with the plan For salaries and incidental expenses ol jars. '> < It i an admitted fact that the world is "Very well. My name is Tinicum. :I
igbU-cn hundred fftJ..t\o, to six; dollars per mile ten thousand dollar submitted by of Public the commission appointed un'lerthe, act ol For the completion of the printing of the fall Very few people arc aware, am, I repeat, a burglar by profession.-Tho .
I end of the present flC1 J'car. at rte I For preparing the unfinished records of Buildings, fifteen thousand dollars: Provid third March, eighteen hundred and fifty- House ordered at the present session rges, some of the worst of them police know it. But we have mutual'In .
wf one hundrvd per annum the., two public and private surveys to be transferred ed. That no part of this appropriation shall one, for settling land-claims- in California, paper for the same' sixty snd ,. follow their peculiations upon society a a terest In not recognising each other They ,
1-indrcd and eixty-tluvo cents, lu&.c*amcl s I t the State authorities under the provisions be expended except upon property now from third March, eighteen and fifty-five, To'onan H'lIaskeJl, of Michigan the '' profession! ," and are fully a proud of supply me with help. I supply them with M
in"- allowed becan-e' of oiwsiwctal. f of the act of the twelfth June, one owned by the United States. to third March, eighteen hundred and fifty- sum of three hundroand fifty",dollars and their skillful handiwork a if,in its pursuit, victims. We both profit by the exchange, I* *
eafttained tl a said c'nsu.lW..ud \ thousand eight hundred and forty in those For compensation of the public gardenerone six, in addition to unexpended balance,one fifty-six' cirs as"custo' they were the ommcnt and not the and society gets rid of novices hi crime who t ;
the Secretary Treasury is I districts where the surveys are abut be thousand four hundred and forty I hundred and twenty thousand} dollar dianof, public'propcrtyi: blotch upon body politic. Amongst never would benefit themselves;and' could r'sietbe .
Hereby authorized and directed to pay t ins completed, twenty thousand do1r. lars.For dul'I'I' For compensation ufhhtycerk: of class :T< 'pay the draughtsman! and clerks employeaupoh others who make, in this way, a traete-ef eapectcd benefit either their profession -
i James Kcenan, 1flIP41l at Hong Kong. in resurveys and compensation of sixteen one, ten of class two, cass threej:; the maps of the public lands crime, the professional burglar-the gentleman or the community." "><* -
Cbhm, the*um,of fic liiindred and eighty tl public lands in those States where the employed in the public grounds:and Presi I and one at two thousand dollars per annum, for the House of Representatives and the who ingeniously enters private houses u Ah 1" was all we replied, for we could t -
tme dollars anl fifty-cight cnts.espndcllY i olliccs of the surveyors-general )have been dent's garden, at forty-eight dollars per one messenger at eight hundred and fort- committee of public lands, for' the balance at night, empties your pockets and your not analyse his delicate philosophy of bur- '
him for reliefof! .\ or shall be, closed! under the acts of thetwelfth month each nine thousand two hundredand dollars, one messenger at six hundred dollars of the present fiscal )year, four thousand plate-chests, your secretary and your glary. v
shipwrecked inChnn-M waters a August and of June, one thousand eight hundred sixteen dollars. two laborers at five hundred and sev dollars. strong box, and noiselessly retreats before | 'Ifthcre were no burglars," he 'added, -
Ian: PntitM, lint the account and forty, and the twenty-second of For compensation of the keeper of the enty-six dollars each, ant four watchmen And the draughtsmen employed on the morning-is one of the most celebrated and here would If theieweronopollcebirghrswouldbetooatmn. p
\old.trs M.II be filed in the office of the Jmury.ouc thousand eight hundred and western gate, Capitol Square, eight hundred at six hundred dollars per annum, for maps. of the public lands under the charge most provoking. lie never murders people :
tjt'etan- State, aud the claim be first ffJ-tbr.including two thousand dollars and seventy-six dollars. temporary serb ic a the discretion of the of the,clerk of the house of Representatives to silenre outcries-he would b shocked at dant All'Vould'become burglars, and tho -
"anr>n,rcd by him. American of the clerk detailed to this For compensation of two day watchmen, Secretary of the Interior in the Pension- shall b paid the same compensation such an imputation ; be never contcscend business would,become unprofitable. JJ
For the relict and proteCtion: of hun special service in the Gener Land Office, employed in the Capitol Square, at six Office on account of bounty land, seventyone as is paid tho draughtsmen similarly to pick I pocket- woul scor :professional Terr curious, Indeed, said we. I
wamrn in foreign countries, one three thousand do1al's. hundred dollars each, one thousand two thousand three hundred and ninety employed under the direction of the Sen- prides himself "Good philosophy," said he, 'besides i I
dred. and twenty-live[ thousand dollars. For Surety Oregon, hundred dollars. 'dollars. ate.For. upon being able to enter your house with- being practical, and founded upon acknowledged ..-
For cxiH-ns-'S which may Le incurred in tt'tuhinfttai, Ntw CiorniaJ and For compensation of two nighdch- For compensation of thirty clerks cf amount equal to drafts, checks, and out alarming even:cat-upon searching it social facts, instead of insane. theo. .
-. acLt lodging the tcrviccs of the masters Xebraska.-For surveying the public lands men, employed at the ) class three, and one at two thousand dollars deposits, awaiting decisions in certain applications from top to bottom without awaking your- rics." *>* ts
.ant Crews of forci'MW5cK ln 1 rccuin; and private lands claims in California, including six hundred dollars each, one thousandtwo per annum, one messenger at eight for approval of pales of Indian, sclf upon eating a supper in your pantry, co Well-well-go on." 13 :
citizens and uwrW the United bjatisfrom office expenses, incident to the hundred dollars. hundred and forty dolar one messenger reserves] including eight hundred dollars helping himself to your valuables and leaving "I robbed Mr.13lanck's welling m'Fourteenth $
6hiprcclv. two thousand dollars: surreys of claims and t b disbursed at For compensation of the doorkeeper at at six dolar each watchmen at collected by, and deposited with, the late behind him a note addressed to you.expressive street. the other night. Of cOurse 1 il
J'roriJcd, That tl.e tamehull be expended the rates prescribed by \ r the different the President's house, six hundred dollars. !- six h dollars each per annum, for firm of Selden, Withers, and Company, by of his thanks, while he walks off you heard of it. Seventeen thousand- L-'
l under the direction of .the Trcsideut i of kinds of work, one hundred and fifty temporary service at the discretion of the a former disbursing officer of government, with all the nonchalance and impunitywhich in plate and jewels' missing in thrice J
the,United States. thousand dollars. For compensation of assistant doorkeeper Secretary of the Interior, in She Pcnsion-: four thousand; four hundred dollars: Pro tell so well and read so romanticallyin Ilari I flatter myself that was'i job -
For the purchase of blank book stationery. For rent of surveyor-general's office in at the President's house, four hundredand Ofliccon account of bounty lands, seventy- tided,That such portion of this sum a the" lstol'of Newgate" or the'High credtaible even to to my ability." ai
annl of the United Stats. presses California, purchase instruments, record thirty-eight dollars. one thousand three hundred and ninety may be recovered from said firm and disbursing Book." We stared very earnestly the speaker.h .
and flags and for the pujmcnt of iostagesor drawing materials, furniture, fuel, and pay For compensation of four tlr\-k dollars. officer, shall be reimbursed to the We came in direct contact once wit an Oh I've made all right. The police .
/ .tlu: onifculs of the United States, ten of incbsengers. eighteen thousand dollars at the Iotmc.bridg and for fuel)eprs, For Contingent Expenses, viz.-For treasury of the United States. eminent gentleman of this profession in know who did it, but where's the proof I
thousand dollars.For For continuing the surveys of standard and lmps, two hundredand rent of looms, stationery, engraving plates Contingent Expenses Department of lieu of a better intimacy with his trade,especially A reward will be offered for the abstracted
compensation of a consul-gcncr I, to parallels in Oregon, over the coast of sixty-six dollars. for bounty-land warrants,paper, and printing State.-For publishing the laws in phamphIct n the circumstances were diarac.tenistic goods. Half that reward will be placed in hl j
, reside at binoda, Japan, at the rate of mountains to the Pacific, estimated rug For compensation of two drawkeepersat the same, Ending books, blank books form, and in the States and Territories, and peculiar, we shall relate what one private spot and the next day tney : 4
Ihc thousand dollars |Itr annum, three hundred and fifty miles, three thousand the two bridges across the eastern branchof for office furniture, and miscella :and in the District of Columbia in addition occurred,assuring the reader of its exact will! find all the missing articles in anoter. '( .
thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.To dollars. the Potomac and fuel, oil, and lamps (regstrl twenty thousand dollars. to any balance that may remain of former vcritab/ matter how difficult it may Thus the reward will ba divided between -
reimburse Commodore M. C. Perry, For surveying township and subdivision one thousand erie hundred and eighty dollars. !- For expenses of the current fiscal yearn appropriations twenty-one thousand three seem of credence. us. It will be a fine business transaction. *
of the United States navy).the extraordinary lines in Oregon Territory at a rate not exceeding account of military bounty lauds, thirty hundred and ninety-six dollars. We were seated in our editorial sanctum And,'as the law must have a victim to holdup
expenses incurred by him on his recent twelve dollars per mire, twenty- For compensation of the Auxiliary G iiard, thousand dollars. Territory of Oregon.-Fpr compensation (five stories high) one summer's afternoon, to the world as an offering on the :alter orJUS'tce. J4
mission to Japan, and a a consideration five thousand nine hundred ana twenty fuel, and oil for lamps, nineteen thousand For clerk hire, patent record, stationery of chief justice two associate judges meditating some smart paragraph on the I took a greenhorn into the enterprise -
for his eminent public service in cilecting dollars. four hundred dollars. and in the General and secretary, five thousand dollars. state of our country, of some profoundleader with me, and made arrangements* to
a treaty of amity and commerce with that For rent of surveyor-general's office in For care, and medical treatment Lnd-Ofc on account of military For amount ascertained to b due to on the agitating condition of the have him caught in the very act by'tho I ji j .
power, twenty dollars to be received fuel, books, ttionery. and other of supprt paupers, medical and )ounty thousand : Governor Joseph Lane,for and account world, when the shadow of a tall, stout, 'vigilant police.' lIe will So to th .penitentiary -
in full of all expenses or other char Oren expenses, three thousand dol! surgical patients, Washington infirmary, Prorided, hoirerer, That the Secretary of of his disbursements in eighteen hundred ; athletic person, fell upon the doorway.The .- and SOCetlviU content with, its
'incurred by him on that mission. : incdcnt tbr thousand dollars. the Interior, at his discretion,shall be, andre and forty-nine and fifty, for the necessary I substance followed It very closely and protection." *
And the Secretary of tire Treasury)', is : lars.For surveying township and subdivision For purchase of manure for the public is hereby,authorized to use any portion contingent expenses of his office one thou- very quietly. Perceiving that we were "Is it possible!I" we nnirmurad : jj i' *J.i
hereby directed to pay out of any moneys lines in Washington Territory at a rte ;grounds one thousand dolar. of said appropriation for piece work, or by sand four hundred and thirty-four dollars alone.he carefully closed the door after him But I did not come hero to boast; I -
notqthenuMJ al'lrup1Iclr to Robert C. not: exceeding twelve dollars per mile, For hire of crt on public grounds, tho ,day, or year at such and twenty-five cents. locked it,and deposited the key in hi pocket. mention these things merely Bat yotf,may :
}' of compensation I thirty thousand dollars. one thousand dollars. rte or rates, a ho may deem just and Territory of Washington.-For com ,We}looked up, we cncS some comprehend me and my anomalous position. 4f4 -
enck .envoy extraordinary and : For office rent for the surcyor.' nerl For purchase and repair of tool used in pensation of chief justice,- two associate emotion, placed our had our bsom And now to tho purpose of my vteitj: I j-
minister plenipotentiary of the Unitedc i of Washington Territory fuel, books stationery the public grounds, five fair.For compensation of ton clerks of class judges, and secretary, three thousand five where we had a light revolver in have a family, sir-a wife and three. daughters. .
, States oa icial mission to the Oriental I and other inCident expenses1broc For purchase of trees and tree-boxes, to one, to be employed temporarily in the hundred and four dollars and eleven cents. threw ourself back in the chair, and tied ., They are respectable as tho'world
Bepublic of Uruguay in the year eighteen thousand dotlar.For rplac where necessary such as have in tho office of the Third Auditor, on account ,Territory of Minnesota.-For compensation to awat with consumata dignity, no calls it. TheyknownothmgofmyValTing.With WJ 4eVl
hundred and fifty-two, the sum of nine rent of surveyor-general's office inNew planted by the United States, and the of military bounty lads" twelve of chief justice, and two associate anxiety the rsut them I pass nnder an assumed name. 1 -
thousand dollars; and foi his full compcneatioa Mexico, Lks stationery, and repair pavements in front of the public thousand dollars ; and that judges, six hundred dollars. The visiter was : built man.He .- They eat well drink well, dress:wetf,sleep, J
a envoy extraordinary and minister incidental expenses 'thousand dolar. grounds, five thousand dolirs of the Interior be, and hereby is, authorized 'Territory of Utah.-For compensation was a very model of a lertes His well and were happyf sir, until youinterfciv .
( plenipotentiary of the United States on For compensation of a'translator For compensation of watchman and directed to pay to Jacob P. Chase, of chief justic; two associate judges and brad chest, his powerful arss his'grat red with their felicity and rendered them 1
r pecial mission to the Argentine Confederation -'' office of the of New employed for the better protection of the the usual compensation for the services ofhis secretary, two thousand three hundred baud, his solid tout ensemble, were the indices : miserable !" ;t
in the year eighteen hundred and Mexico, two sureyor-genera dollr. buildings lying south of the Capitol, and two cons, as clerks in the Pension-Office dollars. of enormous active and massive phy "J, sir?-pooh !1" we uivolaaUrily i
fifty-three, the sum of nine thousand dol-! For surveying the necessary base, meridian used as public stables and carpenter's shop, for the time they were engaged f1 snch Eor contingent expenses of the Territory sie strngth His face was handsome, ponded. **
t irs, such payment to bo in lieu of ,the per standard parallels, and section lines s'x hundred dollars. and the sum necessary to pay the b of Utah, one thousand one hundred and to. wa drkbrwgIOY, and "Yes,sir, you indirectly coarse; My J i
5 diem compensation provided for said Ko- in Kansas and Nebraska, also 'outlines of For annual rcsairs of Capitol, water- and the same is, hereby, appropriated.And sixty-eight dollars and thirty-seven cents, full of natural curls. eyes wcr hl family, as I said, didn't share in my,professional
:; ,bert C. Schenck, in the "act making appropriations reservations, one hundred and one closets! public ltblesaterpi !, pavements tho Secretary of War be"and he to discht such sums a'tho accounting deep-set, brilliant and pnetrtn. Is; ignominy. They passed inth ,wprlj .
for the civil and diplomtit India thousand dollars. and \ Capitol hereby i is, directed to cause to be constructed Officers: subject to the approval of the Secrtry' mouth was small, and his lp by,another name, and having 'comfprtablo .
" _expense' of the government," For rent of surveyor-general's office in square, broken glass, and locks five thou- on such'site, in a central position on Interior, may,deem to have of resolute determination. means were always welcomed by troops of
August fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty- Kansas and fuel bk.stationery sand dollrs the public grounds;In the city of Washington necessarily expended 'by the executive of We had time ,t note JaU these things' friends in every direction. Yes elrtherwere L ,
e r, and Nebrk expenses si thou repairs of the President's as may be selected by the .President said Territory,during the ,years one thousand minutely, as he cJ approached us, bow. happy; and if I ever tnjoyed, mjpeff
t: four.To enable the Secretary of State t re- incident improvement grounds, purchasing of the United States, a suitable building eight hundred and fifty-two, fifty- ed, helped a chair and seated I in my' life, (for a burglar; you perceive,
imbnrseto Edward liiddle, such eum as lO dolls continuing the of the keys off house: ad plants for garden, and making for the care and preservation of the ordinance three, and fifty four. himself on the opposite side'or our table.- may have some touches of genuine human.
aba! be satisfactorily shown to have, been the of by survey the officers of the tres hotbeds therein, six thousand dollars. and arms,, and accoutrements of thernit'cd Territory of New Mexico.-For compensation After he had eyed us sagaciously for a moment ity, it was in those moments when, baring.
f' 'expended by him, or which bald Riddle coast ct Florda thousand dolhus. For removing the.stone wall which! now States, required for.the use of, the of governor,chief justice, two associate ,and we had essaye.t rtu the completed somovroessionaljobin a .truly 1.
may have obligated himself t pay,on account For survey continuing tiry survey of the islands forms the soother bundar'ot.the parkat volunteers and militia of the District of judges, and secretary, two thousand compliment .sid artistic manner,I have gone home contented q
f of his official portion at the :Industrial the coast of te forty thousand the President's, ardac with the Columbia and for the care and preserva eight hundred dolar. I "We ar alone I: thk'" and listened to endearing prattlp of
f Exhibition at London, Egld or 1 of recommendation and plan submitted by the military trophies of the revolutionary Support oft/re .-Tor clothing for I We simply & aseni?" light-hearted and innocent children. I

.. .,much as shall 1 be dot and marking tho boundary Commissioner of Public Buildings, fifteen and other wars,and for the deposit the army, camp and garrison euiPgf and We are.unarmed,I.see 7". Here the burglar actually- wiped. awn---V a.- i
.. thousand dollars: Prowled, That no par inc between the and the thousand of newly-invented and model! arms, for the horse equipments, one Wo could not help indulging in a snear I tear ? -
}, "- lion of, the payments made uro nt by Repulic of Mexico,Unit But treaty concluded For removing dotar old engine-house of the military service, the said ordnance and ty-five thousand and suty- ie dollars.and at this remark, a well, a a suppressed ".You, sir,have put an end to all this fe
contributors.said exhibition, 11( b at the city of Mexico the, thirtieth Franklin Fire Company from the triangular arms, and the building to be used by the three cents. smile,but we did not conceive it prudent licity. You have snatched from toy lin my
Regarded as within this appropriation. of December,one thousand o eight hundred space on Pennsylvania Avenue,between .volunteers and militia of the Dstrc ofbdJumlia Mint a Philadelphia.-.For increased to mak any verbal response. only cup consolation.! You have plung
Expcntu of the Collection Rerenue from and fifty-three, seventy-one thousand Thirteenth and Fourteenth Streets, and i iri. under such a may compensation of clerks by the thirteenth "Ah, well! no matter,"he ed four innocent unsophisticated crea !'
Jjaidt' four hundred and fifty t be 'disbursed -' closing said space with an iron fence, and be by the President and for the section'of act of fourth August,eighteen prehending the state of affairs cntinued ap tares into anguish and distress. And I -
r To meet/ the expenses of collecting the under the doll. Secretary six thousand rollr purpose of carrying this act into effect, the hundred ,and ffy.fur. three thousand "I am twic your size; I have the key of have now come to ascertain if you Lays the.
\,." I ,***' revenue from the sale of public landiIn of the Interior. imprveing It the present the sum of thirty thousand dollars,be, and the dollars. your room in my pocket.. There is no one heart of a man, or are disposed to strew j
the eerlad States, and Territory For compensation of the surveyor-gen central rmoYig portion of the and the construction same hereby is, appropriated out of any For supplying deficiency in tho 'apprtnpriation within, for I looked in every room as I came with poison the life path of these ,helpless! "I, it
? of ,in addition t the eral of Utah Territory, three thousand dollars. of one upon Capitl a designed monet i in the' treasury not oterwis' ap in the current fiscal year, made up. I alect their dinner hoar for the beings as an atonement for what',you:conceive ,
: balances former' appropriations by Thomas U. Water, architect of the propriated. for the'mit in Philelphi thirty-seven purs to be my depredations upon
.For' and commissions of registers For office, four thousand Capitol extnsion the direction of SEC 2.'Aivibe further ete. That & b necsr. shudder, for he spoke the truth, munity..!'. :. .
; of & ua receivers of public monys dollars.Cerk i h the Prideat the United States one the following .sums bo, ,and sm a For i supplying deficiency i te appropriation 'ever word of It. We cud hear our heart "I don't understand you." "* ,
,.three- hundred and eighteen thousand For omc rent for the surveyor-general hundred thousand dollars.. hereby appropriated, to supply deficiences in the current year', for the audibly against wtco, as if "I was arrested the other day as a; Wind.Of '
fi,, dollars. of fuel, books, stationery, For public reservation number two, and in the for the service of the branch mint in: San Francisco, sixty-she striving to convince ns of our danger. But course I was released... The next day I
( '-' :For of depositing public moneys expenses, Lafayette Square' three thousand dollars. fiscal year, ending the thirtieth of June, thousand dollars, if so'much be necessary. wht cud wo do 'Nothing. The :went to New'Haven with my three daughters
,f:; by exp public moneys,one. hud fuLr doll iodent For inclosing ti.e circle at the" intnec oue thousand eight hundred and fifty-five For increased compensation of the chief wa enough to eat us. So wet tied .: Intending to place them hi as" l.gandfash1onablTboardingechooIwbcrethcy .
thousand o tr,surveying principal meridian tion of Pennsylvania Avennc out of any mpney i th tru not' other clerk of the branch" mint at New'Orea to look death in.the face like a philosopher, .
doU. of the several correction parallels, township and Hampshire Avenue, and K and Twenty- wise appropriated, by' thQ'tir nth section at and peruse his:cuntIC b, ci .a !might'acquire the graces and.'accomplishments ,
1xid.cesseventy4our thousand throe section lines, in the Territory1 Utah, at Third, Streets, and improving 'the space For.additional! _to,the, appropriations by C! uth eighteen hundred and fifty moribund aut : considered indispensable in general -
F: hundred dohars. augmented rates, fifty'thousand .dollars. within said circle three ,thousand '40111.For 'he'at of fourth'Augst eighteen hundred four, four hundred' dollars. : '1' have powerful reasons for wishing society." I left them there. I returned to :
..for For construction of new roof to branch dead" said our visitor.; New York.' I was suddenly called to New- ,
." of Hie Public Landi. Tor sur- Penitentiary Compensation of the Inclosing toe r ,upon and fj.ftu; 'tigt expenses you. "Moreover, -
Surrtyt the public lands;(exclusive of California clerk, chaplain! ,'assistant which tho western agt.rsp.' ntly of riz: '. mint at,Charlotte, North Carolina, :eight z am a'dosperate man,and accustomed .to I I Haven. There found a copy. of ytro, .pa.
; Toying Oregon..Washington New- Mexico wen guards ptJllc, ,of the stoodwith iron fcnct 'aad improving For binding, thirty thousand doU. ",hou and,eight hundred ,and fifty, dollars.Independent'Treasury scenes of .. Now sir," said he, vttk i sir;and your'reporter, not Satisfied '-
kpr of pnitD I lithographing and : Ydt'additional 'gracefully his feet, and r publishing Mr.Tinicum'irrfsy had
*Kansafl ao3 $Bbr skaT Including incidental the DI.tct the five & For, engr ng ( lTn'at I
ey lme of the assistant treasnrcr'atNcwYorktwo somehow ferratted out the naniethat -
moment.w&coal4 nay-
thousand compensation dreadful not help admirng
of one ;
thousand Pennsylvania -
expenses, and island '8"ej. in the tn nl t ,. .. Aynae. ty-fire. doll thousandrdollars. 'J self.and family*bore la our private stktio ,
& dollars and thlrtt-one centa : find thousanddollarai V' For the ofR symmetrical proportionsand we
tad all other apodal and difficult twenty rnitYeS r: .
F 'T.terior: B rpp, demanding augmented" :rates !Jta. per centum & tOI I h' r':ap For" fotnl on- -orh front of te'PrealI' ,Fork "twenty-four. ''\' ,'. ,::. '- "t. [Continued m1'ThfTPJJ .ttoknW. -, .,. ',,that be 4 ratter laid' himself_ ,out with Ihejnrorldj: aad published'. me dttJr, cader r _

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r I 1.CoillMllu. Ohio) &., New Yexk Cotton Hariri.
j (From
believe that
reasons .
In Charleston. are great
i The Election .NzwYoaxIrJi14'l.Cotton
that atio In terms calculated to Induce "powers that The itself has revolution in the corn trade 'at .Great DI.eonry-Merc-1'J Taken Irott *
b. is
claim there a fc7th
the is dull the talc!
result Electricity.
The to vjstemby
Human *
seems the
t to Ebon rae and mine OB moral Jkh often, and we think with more truth, Rttblcn hand equal to that we have"Ieen in the pIIt'
i' .1,101' of election a Know-Nothing Having heard a rumor on the streets that day comprise 5000 bales .
J. taints in the social the towards '
, atDo'pbert tus.JACISONVLLE been charged with too much Caning tbt .a' cotton trade. had been extracted from the body RICE is firm at from 53.4Cornt.Saiesr.f to fU.a.
S. that surrounded us. Mr daughters were This U like nearly all Know must bo fed, and she can only be mercury
, turned out of school. My wife and I were conservatism,and with to much opposition tramph f I Europe the United States. Indian Cornis ore:sick man in the form quicksilver,and 12,250 baa at 10 1 7..'.. .
victories that ever 1sppenadthey fed from "
: In witness such an experiment FLOCK is unsettled. Ohio is
I revolutionary principles. this being anxious tu quoted t
: !, compelled abandon'our happy and comfortable to and more naturalstaple of *
t vanish into i thin! air when properly a greater accompaned Doctors Yonmans 8 3-4 to 91.2.WHCAT .
,; The ban was upon us at Ireland,the those than is cotton. The cotton crpp
home SATURDAY JULY 21 185G. rvolutonist understood. But do ,not,, intend to country and Seltzer, the operators, yesterday for is unchanged: price are ftaUtJ :'
t'I', every step I The ibudder 01| the un ophit'ealod ;;- : to throw off Prtestt government we in the total may be worth 8125.000.000; for ounelf 01 the previous rates .

:. met us u we passed I And though of England, hare constantly found the dispute this point with, our neighbors we bat the corn crop is worth $300,000,000, the truth purpose of the: judging'statement.We Coaw is dull at, 91. Turpentine is boT.,

,,' I cud well liaro hear borne to this tl'c H 11r' TEMPORAL POWER OP TUB priesthood a stumbling block intbeir, way. lan to the Charleston' Mercury, to set or more than double.of hundred' and fifty millions found l\1r.Jacob Hyraod, the patient, ant ; spirit of turpentine U selling at"43. .
mOt my Bee inront is the the version of The xport one who
POPE. tle his hash.. Below south of the city
in part
children In however these would bring' to living "
wife and thus stricken our country, of bushel to Europe
; What of to affair that journal i has been afflicted with the chronic rheumatism The Revelations la MexJe.
opposition the given by and make
it of the siDcrliticl couDtrfun $100.000,000,
m-erv, lightning press at my do no a they are prccn1y this the
I 1 be the Roman Catholic Church exists in,our han and of THE ELECTION.-Our ctep much more Increase to our resources, than for the lut ten years, lying upon NEW OKIEIXS,'July 1J.
unison with hopes every lhcEn' that
fet who told us The
1 .it 1" pr'er of Times, has bR Gold Mines of California. ,bed_ enfeebled. state, steamer Nautilus,has arrived flUB
the time did the
, possible we responded. at proceeds, we rary ------.1.
country present patriot from Washington down. It is the the he had heretofore tried every Kina oi W'--Y. I Texas with advicesfrom BrownsTiDa
mistakes in
r "Now, air," continued Mr. T nicur JI believe, from an honest conviction that the (If our free Republican Constitution I into lecent some Shenfl's grave election in this District, All hail, therefore, to the coming eraanera heal treatment without success. lIe had I the RIo. Grande) in July llth. (.
have preservation
ro disposition to growl abnt tbeput. Catholic which it be presumed, will be characterized his sickness vast'quantities Gen. 1 iu omiratnd or
Sod clim., and the laity b intact without innovationsor which! compel'ed to correct: The may swallowed during Well the rorerm-'
you did what Pup any we arc
you though rigbt and friendly the ot t calomel 1 ami ment forces at Metamoms
in shape
the election kindly that
that functionary to possess a Times afterdating the result of not only by of mercury pW
>4 If You knowledbrCf'tbe len lupremaey evasions. That is all that we require tom ,
p bad
of which be the 7th
lacke the effects on to the
follows eat blue pills from assume ,
upob substantial command ot\9
of society, and over all ours included, to generalize it a feelings, but by good and
governments nation He showed
inrer k us the grandest and happiest PNCe. nearly lot the use If his limbs. or 13.000 troops at Keyirau. The rerotionists .
Hot perceive the outer efcct uf these in temporal or political matters', as well a : ing. of quicksilver larger than a numbering 2500
I and that ever existed. The question was fairly and squarely us a globule were at Camam
r diidosurefl. I did not you, in'religious or spiritual matters. As that sized ,which he paid had beengathered and marching on Koynow. A JiT
and battle
' doubted the prudence of an We will give one other quotation and presented to the voters in Charleston, The Foreign News by the Pacific-The giMMl pea
We Lowed courteously.Kot Ullation question has become a very important one,, leave the subject. Within the notwithstanding the foreign influence orthat Allies,the War and the Prospect. trim the bottom of the electric di'.Iy: expected.Gen. Castor with 500 trovu
.. j present Catholic bath in which he had been placed. remained in charge of Metamoru.
9. *- at all" said } "You tnisunJcr.rtandme. in our country and &it may be a new one city, leagued in with the Roman The advices by the Pacific at New York
Commission stoolin
was metalic
. Ie year, a Parliamentary appointed denomination endeavored by all means He had been seated upon a revolutionists have issued a decre.I .
You ar" enough, familiarwth as the to a great many, we propose to examine it,I to enquire into the teachings of to secure the election of their candidate are to the 39th ult. from Liverpool orone, an insulated! zinc bath,-well coated with I declaring all the supporters ,of Santa Aaaa

,-I vorld goes; but you could not be and, we hope, enable our reader' tu see the Catholic of Maynooth in he been routed In the week later. It is stated that the total loss paint and his feet immersed in acidulated traitors. punisba .le! with.death and estab.,
it is the anxiety of so Cult.g Ire they. .. langllg _.. .L '.- '
,t "hatbic and t. whether this notion is an unfounded prejudice land who in favor of its ot ole ot A our corresponuenis I" 1' of the Allies on the 18th when they were waer. The galvanic battery was then applied I iismng; a tann.or su percent:', act 1Y41ort.:
jou .iety. reported btrongly
many whether it based truth. and ate ours." five the positive pole held in the hands at all the ports along the"Rio Grand -
the they
or met the Russians was
,h t' ow'on, I ejection, Iflt satisfied that you upon loyalty to the crown of England; and the eiremy be repulsed by of the the negative pole being in
There coul 1 not possibly a ,greater patient -
,. had DO desire t injure me n a man, "however After the thorough examination that & evidence reported shows that this CoUtg misapprehension of the matter than is thousand men. The troops ,were nevertheless the hath. It is claimed that the power of New Orleans Markets.

e. you inight regard mo as a thief. had of this subject in England in the early in and preparing for such
entertained the same opinions a up- shown in this extract. Evidently the good spirits, the electricity upon ,the system is as New ORLEASS Jnly 14.

p' : We"So bwec come state first the facts ; part of the present century, during the on the Continent. In answer to an interrogatory Times means to say that .question between !. another assault. This- would seem, to .indicate t.It eradicite: every metallic substance, and The cotton market is dull without chug .

i" that and family have agitation of the Catholic reform measures, the Know Nothings and the rest of more confidence and courage than by means of the wire it is deposited in the limit business at previous raUs. SaJ S
next me Dr. :
f.1, adopted t say a new came and retreated ray to a new it singular that/m a su enlightened says the community}' was (fairly and squarely pr- the intelligence by the pecedin'steamer bot'oin of the tub. It requires some 150.Mess '
1 countrJ is that hours for the to collect
"The doctrine tanght in Maynooth assure our cotemporary twenty four globules Pork 18. ,
< street. Under this disguise wo hope tu as ours, where so many means, tcnted.V t induced us to infer. The fact is the sum-
I tber decideas be tithe
to perceptible
has to themselves 91to 10.
I-. I ask it favor that the no authority there was no such thing. so as Sterling,
as a Pop
aoi prtiot May[ as frIght 7" in newspapers, magazines and buoks, of acquiring to the r duty of revolt against the Neither of the candidates was put for- mer i is deepening, the cholera has already naked eye. when they may be seen by- -

f \ : .We contented never It to --allude', him information, that there, should, at civil power of these reals so as to bind the war by any party, or for the.comfort and appeared among the French the force in thousands clinging to the sides and bottomof New Orleaca Markets.

. again-and we never did. he 'is now I I 'this late day, b I respectable class of pei>- consciencea Roman ,Cathulic." support of.any faction' Thertfi-never was the field. is as large as it is likely to prove the bath. that New ORLEAKS. July 12:'
Jut of the Mr. furry answered, that- at any time in the 'canvass, any pu.cmeeilg We were informed by the doctors The Paojtc't news being favorable
in Sing Sing prison for a plo who de\'outy believe in the correctness whatever called to .sustain Mr. for some time to umo; and the two Governments three drachms of quicksilver had already the cotton market prices; advanced t.
bpldot. and most extraordinary chactcr. of the above assumption. We freely I ''If the Pope Issued: an edict to ro'tbe : and in the case of all of those at home are impatient. Peliss'cr. been taken from the pdt.ient.whIlJ together 3.8 ;''middlng is nominally, quoted'at,10 M to

Gen.Cast on the fourth. confess that we once believed it oursilf, would not rnc that consider he was himself houndto called on the other side, the in\ttiun; was moreover, is evidently determined t, with his friends and relatives present, con- to 101-2. Freight oa cotton to' Livtrpwl

Geu. Cuss presided at the celebration of but having a natural repugnance to all persecutions obey free. in Ho conscience would to continue as given to the friends of Clone CAREW to do his utmost regardless of the loss of human -. firmed the statement. a 17-15 per lb.

the fur religious opinions and seeing perfectly assemble, and not to any party bound by- be taken Although this pumping quicksilver out NEW Ouus Jaly u.
the 4thIn, Detroit and introducing before in his temporal allegiance tu the : life. If Sevastopol cannot the means of a
general principles. of the body of's man, by Cotton is unchanged and busings limi..
.4 Orator made a brief and ejoquent fpecch. the that are being made to get Sovereign." and by assault now. the chance are that it never and
1 1', attempts The frat, and the only public responsible galvanic lattery, may seem strange ted. Sales on Friday 500 bales t of' ta* _

. i AVe give the following extracts: excitement and persecution against our But the evidence of Dr. Crolly is complete nomination of Col. CAREW, was can be, and hence we may look for still snv-.ll a little of humbug. we trust our scientific week 18,500 bales. The receipts are Us :

p. : This national jubilee J)1 its duties, as Catholic fellow-citizens, we have felt constrained and unanswerable.: Ho said : made in the editorial columns of the Mer- one more desperate attempt. It is probable and medical men will not pass the experiment than at the same time hut year by 235000*

well as its pleasures. Though it is a season : to examine into the subject, and cury, and anybody has the right to claim! that the Commander-in-Chief has instructions without a thourough investiga Flour is quoted at 8150. '
I for it bbould not the lees uWe have abundant: examples of revolutions the'result thcirictor,'it i is ourselves. tiun.

a cnjo'ment The millions L having done so tu our entire satufaction. in Roman Catholic countries, both in When we say A anybody, we mean anybody to venture all that may be, andis OCEANS or WIIEuWe alluded a day

S freemen, it rfection. while they may truth and candor alike impel us to give to Europe and in America, within the memory but the successful I was really at the same time permitted to exercise Additional by the Pacific.It or two since to the large quantities of graia

. well interchange congratulations, should our readers. those facts which have pro of persons who are stil livinz, and in his victory and none others. his own judgement in moments of emer- having been reported that Lord Rag- ready to be sent down over the State Road.

also interchange firm of conci- duced such thorough conviction on our no instance has the 6ufcitnc\ the cause We know.-ve know, that from first to Ian was dangerously ill, and bad asked to On Friday eight trains arrived in Atlanta*

iation and moderation. Forever be dt. ben submitted to .- last Col. CAIIEW desired to be consideredthe gcncy. bringing the first instalment, amounting to
stated in the
when revolutions became the whole the It may be added in this'connexion.. that be recalled, Lord :0.OU0 bushels. This is
of the
a in
. 'J voted to sentiments, to proud recollections mind.We ay. rang candidate people mere drop the
generous, to inspiring hopes, and to patriotic find that in tho year 1789, the British in 1848, the revolutionist in France, Distrct; and not of any' faction, and that General PelUsier announces that the investment House; of Commons, that his lordship had bucket compared with the amount yet t*

assurances. 1 could not rise, upon Ministry having under consideration gary and Italy were so far from consulting his wannest frunds siijporied him publiclyon of the great fortress will soon be been ill but was recovering, and denied come.-.Sap. AVir

1 and in this of home. 1'ailia- the Pope, that the latter drove hm: out this ground uiul that even the fact that to be rebcved
,: this occasion, plc my the question recommending t\ ; completed. 1'his.however, does not agree that he had ever requested WAR
dominions. It i is ijr THE CAMP-COPXCILS Dn
: with of his own temporal nnt the Know determined to give >A* -
my home for forty year, br.rgiug mvnt the passage of laws removing the disabilities oth.Jgs with the despatches of Prince Gortschakoff of his command in the Crimea. ED.-The Harttord Times
that in the The charters
even5Austria :
probably and says
them both joys and sorrows, and su:rounded early him their v< never published,
-, t t by friends and neighbors, without that had hitherto existed against part Qf the outbreak of 1818, would have is even now disputable wa b.t any recognised who still speak coolly and confidentlyandappears I The total loss of the Allies; on the 18th of three Know Nothing Councils have

avowing my the deep interest 1 feel in the per Roman Catholics, the following queries; submitted her claims to her Italian dominions rule: ot euJenix. 1 It is believed that they to apprencnrl no serious disaster.- I ult. was over 5,000 men. The position of been revoked in Connecticut, viz: One ia

petuation of this glorious confedertion, were submitted by them, to the Faculty of tl the decission of the Pope, ant I voted f.r but it is also quite as firmlybelieved The English and French reciprocally blame affaire, however, was regarded as being Lyme. one in Salem, one in, Gloucester.....
the forces
One of the
beingin Councils
satisfactory ia New
that sufficiently London.voUtl
it think f'V> that if had brought out a
and institutions : 1 they
free persons
of tho 'iL8ert
and cquJ intlie Catholic Universities of
: Divinity each other for the failure of the affair of'time and prepar'.ng'for: another to disband.
decide the spirits
to good
authority him ho wouH have been
secures to us. Dora during the war of indepndcnc any Chris u-pi.nst ,
. .} I among the few links Paris, Louvain, Don'ay, Salamanca, Alcala. question. ym any one affirm triumphantly elected. He Ilst hundreds 18th. This is a bad sign, and the probability as-imit. -S

I the men of 6urth.inJ\ and Yalladolid: that the Pope.was appointed by Christ as I of votes by the Misp.cion a few days is. that Pelissier acted on his own No other battles by land or sea had taken FOR WILMINGTON NiTO d.

k with the generation now upon the theatreof '!. Has the Pope or Cardinals, or anybody head of the Church to decide on the Itgli- before the election, thai he hal been made judgement, anti against the more cautious place. that ,
individual of the Churchof or illegality of or candidate of the Know Nothing party. lien; Pelisftier states Sebastopol LEAVE 1ONDtYJULy 23.
action. Many of the distinguished patriots of men orany ty shipmont'Y. the advice of Lord If he had been successful -
Baglan. invested the
. of our heroic ace I ba\e seen, and Homo, any civil author!13', power, jur.sdIction right Fngland to colo- 'J he Tunes needs o.i1ytu be reminded of : I will soon (be completely aa THE FINE STEAM.1IXpCAROLINA
flies or'on the onlan-incies: oT Charles the for all he would have claimed all the glory Allies rt-tain possession of the Round Tower -
eomo of them I have known. and is or I'J' minence whatsoever thm ; two or tll.'facts to account this
$ the most grateful recollections of my JmlnI, the realms of England ? Tenth of France against the liberty If the In the fire place, Mr. KANAPAUX is a young but inasmuch as it was otherwise he is not in the Ccmetary. and the Mantel Bat

I t that I have seen himwlu, name I net d not "2. Can the Pope, or Cardinals, or anybody rr"'i or on the prohibition of a political man who has never before been a so anxious for the responsibility LordRaglan tery.The ,

t. i' name, for i is in your hearts and upon your of men, I any individua' of theChurch banquet by Luis Philippe? Yet theme for office, little known even in the city was reported ill, but recov rin .- Ailed forces which had crossed from their the CAPTAIN COXETTEn,

the who first led our of Koine, absolve his Majesty's things were t of four successful re- and scarcely al out of it. Those who r'.ver: Tcheniaya, hail returned WILL MAKE A TRIP for the ttcoauaoJUiMof

liP lcr-PArot, then guided our suljects from their oath of allegiance under volutions. The Church was not appointed'to know him a highly of his industry, The old veteran has had a severe time >fit rvcoiino'ssance.: paasenget who dears to avail thcaMtTMtf

, I, .councils to stability and prosperity. The any pretext whatever ?" inU-rpiet temporal contracts, or to maker integrity and bUlim:6, talents. But the and the wonder is, that his constitution A d patch from V rna, dated Thursday this fivoriK route going North She will IMVJaAwimlle '
4 fruits of his labor he left to hisfcountry.! Thee questions were all- answered distinctly unmake civil governments. She ac ;public have had no means judging. Cot has held out su long. No further conflict tVe 23th ult. ftate that Generals Brown.ick.lart.f ,23d Chirlwtoa at half-Mit tw,
; t the world. government. which she finds constituted CAI.EVV on the other. band, has been Pennefather and Covington were -
His example belongs to and emphatically in the ctpts had taken place, and the Allies still retained had arrived o'clock on WADSESDAY AFTERNOON. Ibi
For two-thirds of this government negative, defarfo. one oi the most popular men in the District the Foreign. '. Legion 1 Ith. arriving at Wilmington wxt moraiac ia tia*
: the Round Tower the I S
. freedom and law has secured to tho reasons stated at length upon which To all tliiri: urged that the ; was the esteemed friend of nearly possession of Varna From Lnclan-l. to coan.ct with tbt regular nutl train, wbxk Uav*
f frequently and Cemeteries and the Maiuelon. A overland ma 1 had arrived from India Os there on th. morning of the 26lavtin aftrf
' its individually and collectively, a tho answers were based, and the documents every leading man in all the Parishes, report The
has.notwithstanding.deposed Princes. from Canton to the jog an .z<: U.nt opportunity to thou* who wuh U
pple Pope advices
,: of prosperity than was by the heads of the had thus a broad basis of support, that is mentioned that Sncaborg, in the Gulf of bringinsr .
formally signed take this route Nurth-and aba to'lb TirjialftSpr.ngi.
institu That is very'tre, but iricvery instance the election against single: ?th. Hong Kong to the 10th. and Calcutta -
his as
, cur before acted out by jtolitical Faculties. We cannot le them here in placed any Finland, has been bombared, and all the Thevcontain.hi'w.ever .
descendants of Adam. has qu Prince deposed \was a cruel'blood-thirsty nearly b.ond question.And to the 18th of Mar- For.njn2,raentof friaghtor panag apply to
pro The cottorl
I there destroyed. mar-
i t
Lon but the extract from the invin- stores intelligence of'zmny interest. Trade
toe and mine from etera aggression extcnso following tyrantwho; ought to hav been deposed then he hal prestige of no jaljglJOHN BROWARD.Apat
) of the of i defeated in an elec ket was rather more active. New Orleans was dull and money tight. A famine existed -
and from internal \iol by iU reply University p.rif may b regarded cibility. He was never '
noble equality joined to the'lc underscrvedfavor as a fair specimen of the hule! : and the Pope netef interfered except at tion. In 1848. when the Taylor epidemicswept fair 7 1-8d, Upland Fair 67-8d. Wheat in many parts of China. and conoid- NOTICE.

of my fellow-citizens, it has opened tome the the Cardinal tile urgent request.of ifie"fpprpssed subjects over Charleston. aid nearly our and corn a trifle lower. The bullion had considerable fighting' had occurred with /CONSIGNEES of Goods,per SUanwr TT UUJ
'Neither Pope nor "
), of the Prin 'And besides ifwas the board Col. CAUEW. varying success. \ marked "Dr. J. D.M. art h.r by MtilM
of honor and confidence e.. whole ticket wet by ,
positions body of men. nor of inci eased in the Bank of England 108,000 that unless iiid Qooda taken b.
nor any any person rumored illness of Lord Raglan ir are away m *r -
. t the circumstances of my youth gave me tho Church of Rome, bath any civil authority many centuries; back. and during t'te age a the head of I mall fragment, con-the Consols !01 1-8. The generally credited but is supposed to fo.. the 23th i&st, they will be sold to par .xtwases. -
and went not
: no right to look forward, and which mybrightest civil that this exercised.In querred the torrent BISUEBACANOVA. AMBU.
n -and this, notwithstanding be pretext 21-21
that sometimes came Legislature : July, 5
day-dreams of frontier nor ciVl ;pre-eminence haUoever, in those days the and the Priesthoodwere the ; and Editor of the The Prospect Louisiana. The great repulse of the Allies has had:
to soften asperities a I'op that, as Proprietor
. t struggle eineverPrc6Cnt harb even to my any kingoin, and consequently none in the the only upon the crime and Mercury, lie was the especial target of the' The K. N. party is going down as fast as the effect to nme a feeling throughout R P. MARCHER,

, agination., And what it has done for hu-I kingdom uf England, by reason or virtue rapacity of lawless and chieftains opposition. Two years later he was a Canddate it grew up. Like Jack's bean stalk, it grew E gland and France for a vigorous prosecution Fashionable. Boot Maker
of authority jurUdictinn or
I, any ,puwer pre Princs of the war a< a mean of revenge I
has offered to all. AVdl thtn may I eminenc of Diiiie institution,inherent in, and they claimed power by I sort of fr the Senate j-and hougli.opposed space and its followers dreamed it would well, for the national honor. NEVVNAN STREET
the hold it the influential 1 and estimable a* as L
. proud t acknowledge gratitude and affections possesses and the or granted or by am. other means Ulng) tacit clnent and fr the benefit of mand- by one citizens "f 11Oo Charleston, he was e.ectcd fasten to a horn of the moon, and that they There had been no renewed attempt on rwo Jacksoncille DOORS FROM East FORSTTH-S Florida.

, upon intensity my of the feeling of attachment with ing to the Church Rome or the P< p. kind. In modern times the power has by a jority more that double that which could mount up and turn the Old Man out the part of the Allies to capture the Redanor ,
-Nor can the Pupa or Cardinals,n the whole French subscriber respectful! aaaounc* to kit
which 1 treasure it i in my heart-personal of erson of the Church never been asserted admitted. The bull he received in the city at the recent election. of his snug quarters. It has withered asfast. the Malakoff Tower THE patrons and the Public tnenllj, IbM
body men,nor any j the defen-
__ .
line acting
in it indeed is fat awaor '.- of the and Enzlish now on he has taken the store formerly ocuupied by J-.W.
interest passing ) uf Rome of the s absolve iirrelease of Boniface known as Lnam Sanctu-n. upon A correspondent WashingtonUnion
that I sufficiently warned by the "irtut kcj If the Times considers these sive. The Russians suffered greatly in the PRICE where ho is prepared to make BOOTS u4SilUES
. which I have received the tul'jects of the King of England which so much stress i laid, wa* never it Colnmbi. what we writing from New Orleans, June assault, bnt have recovered much of that of the finest noun and style, and sqaa1,if
during things nndeltmd
: period mt'a1
ft iU long lint I pray y>t the less from their oaths of allegiance. received b)' the Catholic Church but, on when we say wIl that C1 CAREW was elected 241h, says: I spirit and indomitable bravery which distinguished -I not superior to any heretofore offered to the pab.

earnestly for its preservation; fur when, in 'his same rule was intended to apply to the was so violently opposed by his friends, and 10t by any party ; and The brobability is strong that the Know them in the early part of the lia.uu.lie flutters himself that the general latisfactieahe S

:- t the Providence of God,my connection with all civil s\ernment and not ti the King that contrrY )' after recalled by Clement that standing alone on the strength of his Nothings will disband in this State. Their siege. They are apparently'n.' and anxious has given heretofore, will entitle him to tkepjlrorage

j: it with the dissolution I (tl England language be stronger ii pat career his personal popularity, ami ,doctrines on the question of Catholicism .Ir the AWes to renew the conflict. of ttiono who wish a well fitting Boss,
4 of ial b dibsoh'8d leavejo those whoa the Fifth. and the general FOplthytilh his are bitterly denounced. The speech of The damage done to the Russian works node out of the beat materials He will eadeaver
: or more emphatic in disclaiming all civil We have not.and do not intent touching been and they look'again i4iilacUun to all who faorboa witkila
dearest to me no legacy more precious his personal fortunes: he would have beaten Judge Host, so lung and favorably known has all repaired: to gi\e may
: power, outside of his dominion, by the the creeds about which member of that whig ha had a wonderful as impregnable as ever. a c.1.!
than their thare in its el I'ment. I upon any party parties as H leading has on hinj a large supply ef Boots, sad
1' Pope? They seem to have been entirelysatisfactory Catholics and Protestants differ so materially could Have been combined against him,- effect. In this city below Canal street Among the pasenzers are Ex-Pre"irtent Ladies and Cnildrea Shoes, wnwh he will sell at

11 Tire Semlnoles in Arkansas-Wild Cat. to the liritifch Parliament, for, but have confined our remarks exclusively He lost rather than gained by the intimation there will not be a corporal's guard of Van Unren anti family ; Commodore Perry low prices.

I The Van Buren (Ark.) Intelligencer afterwards the obnoxious thrown out at the last moment, that Know Nothings in one month from to-day. and Colonel Plume, bearer despatches. I Repairiog done at low prices-and at skit
in few
peaks of the at'iEfactiou which prevails )years to the political aspect of the case was favorite of a party on party grounds.The The Democratic State ticket is pnwerfill.and notice._July 21-ly

: among the Seminoles on the Ai kansas fron lairs against the membr of that Church and think we have shown enough to dispel e we intend to start our best men for "Repentant Know Nothing" and JEatab-

te. These Indians were rent west and were repealed. We might multiply authorities many unfounded and cruel prejudices.In Corn Crop of the United State.-A city officers. Set. us down all right. Sixty Know- Nothings; in Tolland' Conn., Dying Renovating

on the lands of the Creek Indians. upon this point tu any extent, by corclusion \v. with it distinctly understood Good Time Coming recently threw up their connection withthe -. lishment.

.1 1 A treaty was formed in 1845, to which the quoting from the highest Catholic Authori- that the is no Cathnlic The Corn Crop. of the United States is DE HOWS REVIEW FOR JULY. order. Sixteen individuals in Tuscum- 73 York street, teat of the Court Ilomse,
'e1E organ follow suit. One'fthese.repentent
States and the Creeks were parties bia county, Mississippi, SAVANNAH GEO.
t Thin number is issued in new and
'. Unit Seminoles under which theyli\ed ties.The hut an humble advocate orthe timehonored always an important feature in our agricultural type, sinner is a whig, St. [Established 1&32.1

peaceably for Ee\crl years; but Wild Pastorial of Archbishop Kenrich of principles of the party, resources. This year it is likelyto with agreatly improved appearance.It is the ; Clair Lawrence,b) name observes : "My TIIE SUBSCRIBER, greatfalto Us Fsires

Cat, the wel known Semiuolc, became dm- and the Bishops of his Ecclebiastical i which we think inexorably condemn everyihing especially! ,Sl,. the crop of 1854 opening' of the nineteenth semi annual volume short acqu 1intmce with 'Sam1 satisfied: me JL and friends for their continued favon,mid
1 B:1imof prove a would do tie to but being state,that he b now to Clean,or Dye all
: I being ruled by tho Creeks, issued but few week and volume two of a new seriesIt .- that he not to ; prepared
etilfc province a savoring of proscription or persecution was so sadly I deficient. We are to a con- ted.: I take this method of break- colors on Sub and Wooion Dressu, Sfcuwls, At,
Scminoles and already
ir a party s negroes back declared as follows : corn-fed people-and the is an appropriate time to subscribe, and which he trusts will generally pleseall,who swy
for opinions. siderable extent a know .
I nothing.I
,. and crossed into Mexico where he bsliv- religious back numbers of volume or'lIeries ing loose. am no longer* a faro j him with their putroolge* Ladies' wkato
: l'' ed as an outlaw ever since. "To the General and State Governmentsyou ; consumption cannot but increase with our any can have ever acted with the whig party ; I Crape Shawls cleaned aad bleached ia tke very

II has grown with the remnant of the (Catholic: ) owe alk-giancvin all that A Post Office Contrast. growth for many years t come. Indeed be supplied at the New Oi leans or Washington am yet a whig in principle, and ready to best manner, or dyed any color that may bo itcaired. *
fling Even in with if in truth there be a Ladies' Bonnets, bleached, dyed sad
in the Indian territory, havelately rtfranlb the civil order. of the Corn would offices. Among the articles for act my party, .
total failure Crop '
produce .
I. The Ledger draws a very a to b_ entitledto pressed in the most tuiuon-ibJ stylos.Gentlemen's !
Council the late Phiartlpha unmetatnorphosed
, communications to sufficiency
; our and Her Resources Development i
witbrfrl teprek IontiO'e facilities a famine: in the land. Hence, anxiety July are-Texas ; shall I garments deanod,dyed Of renovated -
contrast between post-office the of if not, I vote
we J
and for rejected as a calumny that striking party ,
"f of Southern Industry Failure of as m y bo required, ia Sac same saperiecstyio
$' I tho purpose of throwing off the Creek yoke i matters subject t authority." abut a hundred )'ear ago and a pres! i ha naturally (elL and more than ordinary South; ; with the democratic party. Sam's ticket whica ha*generally so much pleased his matrons
and the Union Wisconsin
: tad demanding a partition of the lands that But we will give the authority of some ent. A century since Benjamin: Franklin, attention is paid to the ,intelligence from Free Society ; ; cannot get my vote' and friends.
fur themselves independently. of Physical! Geography of the Sea; When parcels are sent byRaOnador Steamboat
let The ;
1' they may up Creek lands and by' Irish, Catholic, the most obnoxious of all I then Postmaster-Geperalof the Colonies the Corn-growing nons. crop SAM IN GtoRoi*'.-We are happy to *, word soould be sent him by letter tkrovgk
They are on with the usual variety of articles and Statistics -
.4 Creek laws butthey classes of the Know-Nothings. set out in his old gig to make an official inspection 1849. or six years ago, in the learn says the Columbus Times, that the the Poet-Office,to that ho may know where tteaU
subjected to persons
; treaty are ; t Commerce Manufactures and Know Council in Pnlaaki fur them. Ail orders from Jacksonville, ITa-,
bushel' upon Nothing
s dissatisfied and restless and bent of, Kildan and Lvighhn.. of the principal routes. It is supposed t<> 592,071,104 -or an only
3. are Dr.) Boyle. Bishop 1 rte Internal lc. Merchants and has been disbanded. A reliable can be handed iu to Mrs. 'ILtiknees, AlilleMr,
a upon a change. There'ar tho materials Ireland' one of the most distinguished that he accomplished the object! of increl ff-ight pr cent in ten)years. Improvements, authority county that Democrat in Adams street,third boose west from Ocean street.
I will also find the Review'a reports every OALLOWAT.tiuie .
Indian disturbance good
for } in 1859 will Planters July 21-ly
4. t there but if he to undertake to At the same rate
in Eu- was
and Catholic ha appeared journey, to Dougherty county who had been inveigled
interferes wisely Prlat.tbt medium.
4 \ ''tatimc.mlesc v rope during the present century, stated, on train bin gig over all the. routes at present amount to 936,472,342 bushel and that of advertising into the Councils o r. the Know Nothings. t SuIjherSpriaI.iwEl4tT .

_ _ -
We also have
to baawitlldrawtr
I860 except
would the end of more .
he' arrive at
oath a Parliamentary Committee, existing Great Decline In our Domestic UILJ3 ABOTX JACKSOKTUtZ, Fli.'I
Death Caused by a Corpse bfur reports from Dooly and Worth
his when he was about a hundred or In what regiou was the'Co"If &c. cheering HE of these bPUINCS wield
in 1825 "that if the Pope were to.inter- journey 'USHEL column stands Proprietors
The Democratic
In a farm house near Lbrty. !nlsour old. About eighty since Congress 1849 raised? In reply to this question But a very short time since we noticed JL announce that the new HOTEL just erected ky
mistress of the h meddle with the allegiance owe years years firm.JCST.
tb. < beme oe Cathnlc the high prices ruling our produce and them, is now furnished and ready for the recte*
Doming having according to svmptoms. the State, the Bishop and Clergy! vault appointed Franklin PostmasterGeneral the Cincinnati 'la's :- vegetable market-.almost every article Uoa of guests. These Springs are nUated apis
13. Boardof
nYe a left attack the of cholera her hus oppose him by every meant in their powIn ) to the then independent Colonies he In.the Ohio An Valley, and its prolongations.consisting '_ .. needed fur daily family cons jmption; readily Trustees Louisville of the, Public July Schools-- of this the bulks of .

hou6 at d&'bra.and still went in his old gig. and a small folio, or western L'DDSJlyaO a uesten commanded famine prices. We are now have dismissed several teachers of : XU-crc ,
,, her only daughter, who wu her er. Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, enabled to record a gratifying ,change 'in city 1asb..utifuIcovandoomnisnds fins vI.vst
I' 1 ent for a physician. After a few hours his &Essay on the Catholic claims," containing about three quires of paper, Yhsinia. and Missouri, there were that recently brought foreigp birth with Catholic proclivities. magnificent stream, hero several miles wide.
this Poultry
1 but lasted his account book fur two Jlnois respect. Their action has occasioned much 'feeling.and In tne.r mineral character, the waters of lbs
arrived was Liverpool as
I the latter already met at addressed the following )year t Lord years. raised in three[hundred and fifty "one dollar and seven pence"-$1.12[ 12Jcan ] with condemnation lbs
meets general tyi Spring are probably aosurpauml by any a
I. the door by the sobbing the cry Now the railroad train sixty miles an bushels of Indian Corn or
he writes: goes millions of ; now be had at -half. and seven pence" the part of the members of the old Whig State vf Florida,woUo in ease of access and stte-
1 it dead 1" lie was conducted Into the raised
tt 'She hour. and the post-office accounts consume the whole amount "[621cLs ;]-Beef, Lamb. Ac., which bilLy of position, they cannot have a rivaL
f room where the corpse lay, examined it The Pope,; has no power to interfere directly two three thousand of the neartyt\othir > In I860, that region recently could not be found of a quality fit pIlrty. Steamers from Charleston! and Savannah asM

1. f and directed the daughter not t allow or indirectly! with the rights of our every years, will raise five and fifty millions of and of the best here tri-weekly,and the boat plyin jbetweoo Jacksonville
p' 24 hours had elpSd. He whether from the word of God, largest sized ledgers, keep less, than bushels of w bundre hundred and fifty for use, are now plenty else is JC27 A Paris letter says : The English and the upper waters of the St. Juhns assf
t \\ itrnunti Sotrig. kind. at low prices. Everything Government is hurrying oil reinforcements
of Councilswhich As there is no fatigaug travel ever
this decrees or canons: hundred clerks constantly employed fur weekly:
".. a scarcely "hen corpse be rendered one millions can be spared export. furnished in great abundance, at prices and a rumor has circulated here of the imminence rough stage routes required reach them, lbs
The either or can obligatory I
1 jdt significantly. daughter saw she are We consider the civil in recording transactions with thirty thousand The export of corn and Corn Meal from I within the reach of the poorest. In the ota levy as well as of a loan. The feeble need not bo deterred seem visiting this-
mt and "'&the 1 horfe tha. well upon in us. State whatever form it i contractors and otberprons. Thereare the United States, at different periods, has way of melons, we ,never saw the marketso army of France has sent in all 200,000 men Too open FIDO Forest around affords tb.wcojeboud fine opportft
a drives while
tell on every uiaikjsad ,
4 do1 spt glutted, the result of which is ,that prices to the Crimea, of whom half already !- nittes (
t. : low
rule at figure-one cent to eigh-
a hors-de-combat. ah
: I **l 4 amp '\. teen cents may be quoted as extremes for that remain in France and this is the for and Tho Invalid, lbs
other authority only In 18.t9, 990,. 06 ," In 1851, 4d442l veryleast ties fishing boating.
t : time frequently alarming bystanders by whatsovr. except
the entire
. : of the muscles. such authority u Itself of dollars ; equal to outlayof In 18-6 3r.l6,06S.M In 18M,20,000,000 water melons and from two for a cent"to number that Louis Napoleon mulmaintain Sportsmen, and those seeking s respite from tfce
: '" contraction th cmstltutlon the whole department in the year 1700. Inl849,15,2tW,154 M' SIt six cents a piece for musk-mellons. The in the country for the preservation toils and cans of business,will find her a pleeaast

;. ST. PtTtBSBcao any State may n'cglis A te immeiat and will thai be that corn is indeedan whole land seems to be groaning under a of his rule. lie may perhaps easily retreat and a comfortable borne.
The postage
.T8&TaL&T or are basis orsoutceoits! own power.The '_ stamped nTtllp' Itamp seen The House will bo under tho charge of cit
the vine and the
bountiful i 100-
yiel send
fig tree but in order to
I always removed Moscow b time Catholic, has never cost over' dular; important item. It enters' into many end 10,000 more 0. J.Muutr, formerly Commander of tho SUaa*
t ora. 'hur defnd fourth their increase
and to the are truly bringing to 000 a levy is indjspeiuible. I do not,however Sr Uanufck. bat Uto ot'tho Magnolia Ilouie.
correspondent of the Boston Transcript, declared or plup those mail bag fifty thousand ; the blanks sev and various purposes.. In_ some of the gladden the heart of, man;and in addition think this measure likely, at present. S ,0.J.ItRayacs,

who U now visiting the latter city, says: any'which shape eho 'speaks to her orn'by enty-one thousand; the wrapping paper Southern and Western States corn bread, "the songs of the turtle are heard in the } July 21-tf

..i, wu assured that the bullion DOW in the has or tu, chidll'D forty-one thousand. Franklin would b is used'almost exclusively, and the dishesof land." Peace, Plenty and Prosperity gu I SAM," IN GEORGIA_Thu Atlanta Examiner Flour-Butter---Jiacun !
.t ougJ there is trouble in the Know
greatly exceeds the aura held Pop indirect the temporal rights slightly astonished if i he could rise from' his which.corn forms the' leading feature, hand in hand. and the future is as big with says "RAlMDSXV
in Bark
mua. or lodge. that place and JUST RECELNED by
the fruit.ful.of is Nothing ,
t and hope as present is that camp ,
lb the estimated
of is
.& I .* *. e Bk EnJ1n almost ()Sovereigns States.. therefore an grave, travel Washington in his old gig, would ,surprise the uninitiated. ,Let us necessary to human happiness and joy._ ivithdrawals are now becouiming the orderof 15 bl>U. GeuiM568 j Flour

'o' t.. Talce gm andJewel Cbuloua opinion which Catholic their naion. and I hidivi find see the three thousand ledgers, the one hope, therefore for an abundant crop during SaD.'Countr. the day. We rejoice at this, for we ale 6 kegs choice Orange Country Batter
it duty it
before duals have found Sides
cwnJewl1 well advised that 1 hhti. of clean Bacon
and hear the railtrain thun- the present a hope which, judgIng deception was practicedupon
, .' W England sink int cm insignifieance. mine t impugn and'to oppose, When we hundre cltrka year- M No SOUTH.-lt was noticeable to visitors many an unwary and. confiding man 1 had. of No.1 Bacun Shoulder,

Here I UW ncbest man in alI ar with the proceedings of a Gregory pus the rate of,sixty miles a from present indications, is likely to at DorcheMer. the Fourth say the there as elsewhere: to get him into the : And for sale by, '
with one exception. IL!. is said or a J'aul, may we not would his emotions realized. The Cincinnati-Recorder! already !- ; Jaly2i HARTRIDOK A TEMA5T3.
[ f! Jtaaaia, t a BniCa b hour. And yet what b bo Boston Post, that the'rear of the residence midnight conclave.

4be worth 70,000,000 rubles.silver.! .I allowed cntrlt them with those o when he reflected that this was but quoted is, quite sanguine in relation of'Gov. Gardner (one of the delegates to H 1,20 ,pep Bushel J JWIIITE '

L .., .slxebeardthatthereisonewh se rrpm4 other Greeorieaof a Gelatins, a Felix 1 ,or the recent Know Nothing Council at Philadelphia Till SAME ._Laura was dfsconso- .
rubles -sitS WhenBcllaminandTunecrematta one evidence of rapid advance of the great to the future. le says : S AULT FLINT COX.A
r poesessions 10,0,0 John' by wind-mill flirted but
a a
distinguished late. had never
) was Henry long
'- 0 rsr. ,I sew this i! most fit are objected to us, why not allow us .t republic; of"ble he wu OD of the founders S When 1860 toinCs the production will and a 'weather-cockand,: that while the the question. Uenry went his way.- arvvi J'JJ flUSUELS Cud *"-bud.
the put
Place the treasure" nut where ,1 prefer to. them .Ambre.that Chrysotorn, pr ?. i 5 0' r_ be very this much increased: will, and probably exports reach points of the compass N E. and W. were Laura's aunt, for consolation,brought her a July, 21_ZLL! LBDWITg
Church from
toWtheWuonFrom. If our country *
UopuetT we arId the "
S. dear the -
,. S designated thereon was entirely .love ora.l it1.pup. 'My says
S is responsible for the 'error or, vices of "the iuUo i i.are tb'e capital prize 100,000,000 of bushels. In the future, 'and omitted. aunL,'the can dtt everything but Boots and Shoes I
puppy .
t Porto tllco I i tome Popes, why not give 1. mdt for th numbers in Southern Military Academy ar no distant period we may expect to see S speak.1 Why will you agonise me ?''.,says LARGE 'STOCK-WELL ASSORTK"

The steamship O"ta fr New wisdom and virtue of others 7 Lottery drawn at Montgomery on Friday one hundred and Jifty million of bushels JESS" The census-takers of NeW' York "that's the only fault I found with W -
has arrived.ovcrflOr'Ge22Ct1 Indian Corn txported from thit coun make the of the city somethinglike Laura 7L0 UPWITH A COJt -
: & Havana, te 8th W. here see that Dr. Doyle goes even last, the 13th inst. of population the other." July ELU3,
I Ye Lice died looks like bold
b 636 4t53 1703. try. This a opinion. Yet 750,000.
o obedience the
4 inculcating 25459
yellow fcvcr.r too far I t /

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-the nltnta recently broo1bt from Japan I'Jewelry Jewelry !! fdrtive Oak for Six The People's l Clothing, (Lato TUJM' 1eo.j TROUBLE tu4hJ4'fl
ktveriuit; Iii:
BY 7 AUTHORITY.THE for the Commistioaer of. Public Buildings. .. Steam S oops-or-War. DRY GOODS.. STORE. PAOTOR. Real %Jttt 9 >,..4 .- .

For the support of the public reenboul. WM. GROTHE ,
ttv ,
of the GIANTS
I..OP JflTCD ITATEi.IECOKD et, including( the pay jof ,borucnlturalist! 1 I KAVT DtTisrrtrairr, !I (AtOvaigi SamBtiV Block Bay Street. COMMSIO1ERCHANP To eroI'LAn

.. and assittants three thousand dollars MATCHMAKER Bareaa of Construction, Eaoisft,* friends aM cUI- D -,-
retams his
thanks to
For FUrfda sad fltataera Georgia
J.I 1555.SEALD 3t ,
of Public J
; ZCSSIOX. To enable; the Ilotmnitatcmer .- tens Jacksonville sad sarroundiag eoutry T.TAV1OhenomipeTinanent&yIsesse4-
additional furnacesfor JEWELLER PBOPOSAL8 for delivering oat or bestowed Urn aad solicits acoaitaaaaceet Ismprspaswdss.enythisgoftbs.
Buildinca to provide for pact favors on Ueton
Charlttto ,
U.WS THEVNITED STATES. the library of Congress one thousand frames of a sloop-of'war, oat the same. As ho has mow entered into Kirth Comtrtial Wharf Knoef aceneral AQKXCY and CObasiaeta M1IJ6IW .
,' (faT DOO TO THE FOST-OmcX.) to be delivered at sack cf tbe navy,yards at Penocola a copartnership with his brother is Savannah, the Uayl9Aad9? ay-tSavanaaaCa; (Sav intruded to .eu I Intend gi iztat* "

Continuedfromfrtt r'ae.) dollars. suitable iron. railings in m bud a spleaded ateortment of bunt- ,Norfolk Philadelphia New York, Boston business will be earriea-Oa more extensively- ,mien 8$0 UC'YARD.I greater parties of say time la taea E2Bf ef CflwH'"'* .' 1 ,. .
To construct HAS and Portsmouth K. II. will U received at this
[ sad JEWELRY of the latest the atjle and Inn cf fry n .
aditlon rcompen8aUon ol clerk tot front of tbe alcoves of the library, and styles and futhioas vniqae, sujh u barean until the 3d September, 1655.' A. 4 J. MODE, RAN A WAT from the sUramer Car- Groceries. Provisions, Dry Goocta.. ITi.Z ,. t
TOT$ wde- the balance uf These be endorsed "PropoeWs clan whilst laying at Wr wharf iaJackaoavttle. -- .
in addition to most
at Philadelphia other repairs proposals Wholesale and Retail Dealer la Boots boes.Vzs
mint aad VEST CHAINS.BARRINGS ware Clothing .
asurerof GOLD GUARDS FOB abort Un first of Marrk tost a .
"Bur / .
addressed to the
eigbternj1i4red for the repairs for L ; and fConctruttton ea or .
act fourth Aagttit appropriations unexpended PING ER-RING3, and Dry Goods hmta.Ui1s1 Fruit Uqucn Boobi .
poaita, per dol- under the ,". that they nay be diatingiiab.dtromothr Clothing u jn man named JULY. lie b of black nta- .
hundred Library .
and fiftY (jQr, five of the Conjcrecaional EREAST-PIXS,*e, badness lettersTbe offers toast be I sad ou friends will find at all times a large and plesio*, shout 25 or 30 yean of ago and bass Stat1oneryF&ncyGooda; 3,

direction of the architect three thousand : mil of which will be offered at the lowest prices for the whole of on* frame estimated at thirty compute Stock too nomeron to mention. For un.iyeenzt.nance. He b about S feet 10 iaiheJiigh. or anything ebethat eaaVe obtained ei_ _.vViit

W"mlIOUleror fomitMnjs the cns- five hundred dollars. I for CASn thousand onUs feat, and at required by law,mast quality and reasonable prices ptaue can sail coa- His wife 1s liviBg at Palatka, sad be is or Xcr&urn Markets, sad throurutearra '-1 K /
court- enacted That WATCHES Ac repaired and warranted.Mr. the fcnn No.4 CoLgamsELia that lhb rbooL The above reward that I have made with tWlessisjicr*J. ?
--t.J\m. and United States Sec: 3. And be.further [ be I accompanied by a rtttable guarantee .vinci yeurselvea oa Bay street probably ia fc sable
: ..'JR d, P'-.' -''lame one thousand five tbe salaries to"hicb envoys extraordinary O, with hit experience for the list tweDt,. which it herewith givea. Earties iaM full *Baildia2where you will iaxl the same Giant's will be gives by the subscriber fwr hit appre--H.iasad.aflng m the ator artfclet I aasA W % ft :

,. at nan't\r making": four ministers plenipotentiary shall be eight years as a practical MTATC1IMAKER, flatten estimated amount will be required to sign the lUdCap. ienaioa and euaftaement ia jail at JacksoaviU, erielivered to nuke purchases oa better terms thaarto Iaot

dol1a1'l for each and hundred himself tha* ho is fully competent to give entire contract and-at additional and collateral security The liberal patronage J. .has received daring to Iht Captaia of the boat. ..:or PU&ters thtmwiree ceald j tatrvAyv>- 1' I .

:: KsuttTa five hundred dollars ; the approrr -. entitled on the first July eighteen; such satisfaction to those who desire to have their fifteen per cent will be withheld thea.ClO& the time be baa been in batmen ia thia city hat March 31-tf L I. COUtUL only tarisf tied tht dtfftrtnoa ia die pr1et ff. f> .

:. ID'for the custom-house to be expenddirtction and fifty-five may be allowed to watches 4o-, repaired in a workmanlike manner.AH lor each delivery until the contract II folly completed. disposed him to dispose of whatever he has oa theartlolebatil.olbiiecumaryezerbssaLu. : t

t (\r the cretary of the as may be in office on that day without persons having good watches which,bow- In all deliveries of the timber there must hand at prices that cannot fQ to produce a smile Salamander Lightning pceuondroiM4attendintWtlthlS4. '

; .der the for the post-ofEce! under reappointment nor shall uch envoys extrnirdinary ever, do not perform well and are now oat of be a due proportion of the mgt difficult parts of of pleasure from his customers and thereby reciproesu CON DUCTO1IM. City. 1 will alto peTtanaCj attend U tat selsrt i .
tf t ; Grothc whose the frame aad of the principal pieces otherwise the favors of the pablicHe has del if,Packing,Martin and Shipment await
.nd that for the and ministers plenipotentiarybe order,' will do well to call on Mr. ; These are the only Permanently Safe ..waklt-k
;' the POItl.lter.General; of the In- take with them eecretarici terms are "no core to pay." there will be withheld such farther amount ia addition mined that the most fastidious shall not leave him LIGHTENING RODS so at to avoid all muteie tad d.mag'e.geuerslljarisefrornwsntcfstitzlestt.atiens under the Secretary required to should be allowed Mr.Q. avails himself this opportunity to tender to the fifteen per cent at may be judged with dissatisfaction in regard to their bargains. .
of legation unless they his sincere thanks to the citizens of this place expedient to secure the public interest until such Call one and all! We are anxious to wait span yet U1nuttclL. to Ipdditiontotheabovslwiflsla.sUisi4. I
'. ttri;r. of the custom-hou by the President of the United States. and its vicinity for the liberal patronage hitherto principal pieces and difficult portions shall be de aad serve you- Read! read!! read! !U THE iasvlattCB b peifjct, sod not sabject the disposal of any produce that may bt sMptetb4A. f .
For the completion hundredfortjone enacted That The cent or A. MODE A BRO. Jacksonville, Impair at in the ease of those of ordinary cunstracstroctioa. mo Aay enfmiroisofmakls i i g 8aifSMw>-* r r.r i.
be it deter. livered. remaining eighty.fivs
California one S cc. 4. And further bertowed on him and he hopes that by a per for itself; aol those tomean& i; J
San Francisco, of June of other propott'on of each bill when approved in uda.d door to"Morning News" office The article peaks Product of say kiwi had. better vrito 'I-,.
: it and iecentyOUe4ot'it from and after the thirtieth eighteen mination to pleaie be will merit a continuance of their houses will satisfy 0JttrktU / t
thou ,
will be Savannah. I will them
of the give every
and juI114-11 triplicate by the commandant yard dec 2 -ly street '
confidence [
the their
i.4 Secretaryof patronage. REED I4.
*. hundred and fifty-five the th.mIIl".1. coiling OD Mr. A.M. manner of PaeJciaf, aadkov to.A>* ft'
and nine cent paid by such navy ,agent as contractor may .
$ To complete the pentuWuTerritory State be. and he it hereby, authorized To the Voters of Duval County. 1am. within Uuity days after its presentation Insolvent Xotlee I of Jabksonville, Fla," or Mr. WALTER ElF?. them. From my loaf experience ia a reworafmercantUe > t f-

; ; twelve' thousand and required to cause the examination, will be N.C. BUFORD Administrator of the Es- oar sole Agent for the erection! these reds ia bvainess X think I can give perfect. t

tefttiary classification and distributions IIf tbe clerks On the lit Monday in October nut you It will U stipulated in the contract that if default ISAAC of William G. Ruford, late of this county East Florida. tiatactio1Ilo.u and nil the modfaaCidii..tudVriainyael.ctione.

I ...l1a1'l. the upper in the Department of State, m the banic called upon to select from among your Citiieni a be made by the parties of the fint part in deceased, having Ced in ray office a written suggestion DWTEK AranrsBAUon.ty authorized tt use' Give EM a trial b aU I sir -- .. t

For 1htinf and ventilating other cxecative departments Clerk of the Circuit Court. Thankful for your delivering the timber named, of the quality aDd of the Insolvency of said Estate. This is, CAUTION-No one b tamed Tony service I shall require swd.rslseomv. i <-! ,

uf the TreISUI7 vault twentyfonr, manner as dircted in to office, I once more solicit at the time aad place provided thea, and in that therefore, to notify all persona having demands duly oar patterns ia East Florida bat. oar above missioa sat exceeding fM per eciUL IC" : I
in in
contained electing me D.AA.FOR I
story honttred an" forty dl1aMJ.Tn by the provisions; support cue, the contractor and hit sureties will forfeit proved and authenticated in the office of the Agent._(mh3-ly)_ the ntturt cf the basmesa. ,' ...

t" IIZ mint at Philadelphia fire- the third section of the act entitled **An your rotes. I:have endeavored to the best and pay to the United States liquidated damages Jadge of Proaate for Dual county by the seventeenth PHILADELPHIA. DAVID M- OAXLTT> e ,

render the addition*! ccunty to act making appropriations for the civil an.1 1 of my ability to discharge the duties of my officeimpartially. a sum of money equal to twice the amountof day of July next ensuing at which time Offlce vMuin.22S&Iag-dre.4- ..t. .

and torfve its vaults nne hundred diplomatic expenses of government," approved It cannot be expected that a clarkcan the contract price there agreed upon at the there will be a pro rata distribution of the asset*of New. Rtate to Niagara Falls the Gnu Itareh 10. 185S-ly Chartoston.8.CC.HARTKIDGE .f ;

Xtfunds deposited in March hundred and familiar with all its details- price to bo paid tn case of the actaal delivery said estate amongst the creditors thereof. Northern Lakes and Canada* .. ; J t.. It ItHAVE
eighteen -
dollar third become at once &
thousand which be Given under hand and the Seal of the Reduced.
and twenty-fire thereof liquidated damages may recovered my Far 6 ifBtb
enable the Secretary of State to pit fifty-three who shall be paid annual salaries it takes time. The duties of my office will not permit or retained at any time from the said parties Court of Probate of Dual county, at the j ; Fall $28 in store, and will sell at ), i
To Little. Brown and Company,foil according to the act amendatory thereof. me to visit yon all, but hope to see tome of of the first part or either of them. Probate office ia Jacksonville this the From Savaanaa"through to Niagara other Boate. I CASH the following aaaaDwftLMoi i ; '

t* *fessr hundred*. and ninety-seven paces of additional approved twenty-second April l eighteen you at least before the Election. ,The timber must conform to drawings sod instructions seventeenth day of January A.D. IKS. and distance well known shorter tnt than date by any side-wheel Steam GROCERIES AND ; i id
whul will be 1
and fifty-four. And the with which the contractor TUB B. IUaM barrel and sacks Haceanwni 'It
hundred -
in the phatnphlet GEO. STONE. KEYSTONE STATE Capt
; post-oSi' route and work to moulds and bevellings with jaa20- m Judge of Probate Duval County .J'1g1lJ'arre1l.1W 1f ,.j
said j Ma isnlCod7InhCb.e.i -
clerical{ in department B.ceo8ides
the ttnitH S'ates Statute at permanent force Jacksonville, June 30-. the United States >,saila_1_Savannah fur Philadelphia_ eseryaternLte ; ; ; ; ; .iI
nf which he will bo provided from
illume cf three cletk of class one. w edaeeaay L.u as torxm..'_.j ZM t J a ne ; Xngf tab Dairyt Laenrhose : 'f
Con. consist .J
ATP. tin} ewfion, of the thirtv-thiri shall class four and .'Republican please copy, navy-yard at Philadelphia. The whole most be Duval Circuit Court-Spring Term,18S3. 6th and 30th; 'July 4th and 13th;Aa*"ttlst, and quarter boise Brandy Cherries; C.i+ealatev *.- .

-, four thousand one hundred and two of class two eight lieu of those nuw authorized ATTACHMENT-Duval Circuit ourt. cut frura_ .trees. .t growing within thirty miles of the J. H. McKosr, Ja., 15th and 29th 4Ae, leaving Philadelphia the ,Lemon Syrap;Coffee,Rio OUGovmua "- .
dollar one chief clerk, in of .ea 01 wbtcb ue commanda&t or the yard will require for the u. or intermediate'Wednesday As regards speed vaknd Mocha, Tea Oolong, GunPuwder'aM. .

tire-ty-fire incnired. and to .be by law ;and one of the said clerks TH' U E. BCCUAS, )Sum sworn to s4.oW : satisfactory evidence. Buno. cJ1r. }SIl..S ATuCDKzn ritol2J5.14: strength and accommodations,there is no bip run Young Hymn;Sugar,Crashed Cuffeo, Porto'Xisst ,
expenvs in the form :.0 :
Tu defray cumplvintr with the resolution of class four hall 1 give bond as required ; $ D&'*" 3'000-- The frame timber may be delivered and ning oa the coast superior to the KEYSTONE and New Orleans; Candle,Adamantine StaraadX: ,j
inenrred in Treasury Act, and EDWARD T. RicmA.DSo promiscuous timber-that b, sided straight Lamar J. Hi
.f the House of Rep t'ntatiYt"I, twentyixth by the Independent for the department Defendant and all others interested are fair,but rough-hewed the mouldidg way,showing Plaintiff having sued oat an attachment in Bay and River; only two nights at sea. Cabin SIp, from tStotiOper thousand; Tohseaa I. .

December one thousand ei:ht hnn- make the disbursements northeat executive TilE notified of the commencement of thin a face of two-thirds the siding; the timber need 1. the above stated ease, the Defendant and all Passage 120; Steerage, S3. Virginia Fig,Rough Jt Ready and Yellow Bank( .. j

fred and fifty-four, fire th'Hmnd d''.llftni. and superintend the suit by attachment returnable to the next ensuingfall not be bevelled but must be of sufficient size to others interested will take notice of the same, andappear This Line, in connection with the new North Pickles, 1 gal12 gal and 1-4 gaL Jan; s.Colgate' ,.-.. I.f J
and shall receive tberer..rtwo Dnval County to work the shape uf the moulds sod hold the bev. Philadelphia, afford No. 1 Pal., Castle and Toilet Worcester
enable the Srcretarr of State to pnvJUythe building. Term of the Circuit Court and plead to the declaration filed therein.B. Western Rail Road Route from ,
To of Port Ix>nn.* in the hundred dollars per annum in addi- be held at Jacksonville in said county, on the third clUng boards. size PEARSON, *,the shortest cheapest and moet-interertins Sauce Pepper Sauce;Yeast Powders Mas t.

and Company. of hills hii salary as clerks of class four: Monday of October next and to appear and pleadto In the measurement, the fall moulding March 10, 185S-3m Plaintiff's Attorney. Route from the South to Niagara Falls, the Great tard Ginger, Cinnamon, Spice Notmega Black *
two tion to half .
amount aDd
the .
which is a .
Mauritius marked the moulds ( one
inland of increased salary hereby the same. McINTOSII IIEATOX, on Northern Lakes and Canada; passing up the Val- Pepper,Cloves. Mace Starch Sal En&aa..CookiDe ,
drawn the Department Prodded, That the inch larger than will be worked in the ship) will through Table Salt Shot Lead Powder I. J ,
exchange upon shall be construed Plaintiff's Attorney. Plastering-Plain and Ornamental; ley of the Schnylkill! by Valley Forgo Soda .
State by George George M. Farnnm allowed the chief clerk be allowed, provided the pieces will hold that size Bricklaying, Ac.rpHE Reading, tie famous Cool regions of Pennsylvania 1keg.., sod ca&isten. f' : r
.f take effect from the first of July, but no additional size beyond that marked in the and Liquors, >TInca Ac.
nt. in payment of the ex to NOTICE, subscriber desires again to offer his servi- Williami-port Elmira and Canandiagua
mraercial a?*in relioTinR deMitute American eighteen hundred and fifty-three, and be HEREBY GIVEN that six weeks after date moulds or in the instructions will be paid for. l eel to his old friends and the public, ia the reaching Niat.Ta Falls and the Great Surpensioa Brandy,Obi Otard and Cognac; Whiskey Rectified I :
Incurred IS Tbe siding of the stem, apron fore deadwood from Philadelphia tra- Monoagahela Old Family Ry..014' ( I
boon ; ,
of Plain and Ornamental Plastering in xteen
lion. Felix Livingston
sccirdinlv.Sic the performance Bridge .
cashH b I will apply to be 1.
which Jraft were paid and most
citizens AnLbe further enacted, That of Probate for Dual Co. in the State of knees stern-post knees keelsons Bricklaying Masonry, Ae He will contract for ,vemr a country unrivalled in the grandeur and Bourbon; Ram,Jamaica and New England Gia, ji 1
5. Judge and after deadwood .
and Company. seven thnnan the 13 l-2inrhes; the stern-post entire Through Tickets allowing Holland and Pal.; Wines Champagne, Madeira, -
said Blythe and set of Administration upon brick-work and plastering of buildings ,upon beauty of its scenery.
the tract so to be selected! Florida, for Letters .: 29 inches in the largest place and the hooks and Claret f .
de sod
dollars and to intermediate points re- Port Teneriffe, Malaga
.icbt i hundred .and fifty-forr upon di- of Sollee, late of said county,de reasonable terms, and pledges himself to ase despatch passengers to stop at Sherry ;
under the Estate Henry timber .
1 be erected, .ide 14 inches- The siJiog of the irame LbeAren' and Porter.
there shall to his for sal by Cider,Ale
apart W. J. PALMER. ia the execution of all work entrusted to some their journey at pleasure, Champagne
fiftr cents. a-Mitional to rrction of the Secretary "f the Treasury a, July 9,1835. [14-61! must be 13 1-2 to 14 inches and of the promiscuous at Savannah." Fare from Savannah to N. Palate and Oil*. .
1 care.
For rrofes5ionlerv' for said district of facedbrick Line. timber, one-fourth part must side 18 inches, He hardly thinks it necessary to give those to Fails the Suspension Bridge or Buffalo 128; to PaiaU Whit* Lead,No 1 and pore at Chat '
marine hospital Mail
bus regular and ordinary official dnt'xrK rendered walls a hammered United States and the remainder 13; 1-2., whom be U known any assurance as to the quality Flfflira $26; to Canandaigua. $27. lesion prices; French Line a pen article) Oib, -

bv the United% State attorney fir exterior upon hundred and TILE ::SEW AND ELEGENT STEAM PAECET, The throat of the floor timber to taoald 17 1-4 of his work, as in that respect he has heretofore Agent at Savannah Linseed Salad Sperm What and Laid. .
one and at the 4
the northern d'utrict of Calif.irna( nn KeKalf granite underpinning the inches, at the floor-head 14 inches, given to his patrons the most perfect 'oD. May l-6m C. A. ILA MAR. Hardware.
of the United States in the iistriet i forty feet long, tifty-two feet deep in r plank shear 7 inches. He reepecU'uDylOlicita a renewal of the patronage 4xe -Leverett's, Collins and Bra2s; tmes* n 1 j W N

in from centre and one hundred feet deep at tie Tbe midship or dead flat floor timber has a curve of his fellow-citizeu. JOHN I VKRS.Nor. Wines Liquors and Segars. Shovels and Spades; Garden Rakes,. Planter'. ,
Francieco. ,
appeal ,
eourt of San feet high from top of of 12 inches in 20 feet; the fir t futtock 4 inchesin Ilm.. received fresh Hoes, !. 2, 3 and 4; Corn Mills, Saws, Cross .
has a
and forty-five JOHNS BLACKWOOD jast
land commissioner to n,certft tne 17 re'1I Cut Jenoa and Islands Trace Chains Talk j ,
finnr tVlH.... .PtlVl'S.. VCTentranceswry LIQUORS and S ,
;cttle the; private land claims in California 10 CAPT. JAS. FREEBOKNTTILL the third futtock 27 inches in 13 feet; the fourth D.Oak. O supply of WINES. and now offer to Chains; Grindstones Trowels, Augers, Patent i.-
bvtwen C.
from the first of June eieMeen hnndrH andahs to each story on each side HEREAFTER leave SAVANNAH futtock 4 inches in 14 1.2 feet, and the top timber his old stand on choice Bay street an assortment at anymarket Wrenches Pots,Ovens Griddle, Fry Pani Spiders 4 ,,

aid fiflv-three. to first of Jnn e;chtenVandred the wings and on each eadf the baild ngj \\, \ for P ALA TKA. E F-, touching at the 10 inchs in 17 feet iRee New Building,] hit customers as S gan sold by the thousand Ovens, Muffle, Bakers, Hooks and Hinges, .
of which a sum t'-ial at The entire frame of each ship to be delivered .ckMm"Wc, Fl4.KEEPS e4'o.r. fling Nails, Hasps and Staples ShmgK HatchoU.C. Z -
the of thousand for the construction SATURDAY morning, buket bottle, Liquors ty the demijohn -
and fifty-five ten usual Landings every tae or ,
gum and of Wines by
dollars to the proceeds: of he sale hereJufter directed 10 o'clock the respective yards at the the risk usual inspection expense to c constantly on hand a fine &IIOrt:14 or gallon or by the dozen ia bottles.The I .Q.Hammers,Manilla Rope 3-4. 1 aad 1-4 i-_ 7
to .
Commissioner, of TndisnATairs is hereby approj r,atcd.Stc. This BOlt will reach Jacksonville every Sunday the contractor, subject of the bureau and all to be mont of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FAN WINES. iIcLSaddlery. ,
enable the entire approval .
To Jacksonvilleevery the which he offers for sale 4. 4 .
enacted Thata leave CY GOODS, cheapCor CHAMPAIGN MADEIRA .
will of
the amonnt due r.1"O\ R. 6. And be further aDd on Savannah. delivered bolero the 1st October, 1356. stock is comprised Sa.ddt.-lnicu. Kentucky, Kpanlaa sad Wagon
pay 3 o'clock ..
I of ten acres of the land heretoforepurchased Tuesday morning at who be disposed to offer for more cash ,SHERRY, CLARET, PORT, and Skit Padded .
tract Persons may Collars Kip Split J
for of for sprrires from for the WarrentedIn ; .
HerricK. arrears pay been built ecpresily per.pose and
has itchtf Repaired ,
This Boat .
; fur the fureach. c- LIQUORS.Old
States will make a propotd
fr by the United l State Room ac..omD1oU than one ship separate Hairnet Green Haloes; Blind Bridles,Cart Sad
hnnln".i and rtr-
eighteen an<
first of April, Chelsea and having large airy Oiardi-rtel and Antonio Currtaa.
aiL to the eighteenth of Julr, f'i tC"f"n)1'I1ft4red purposes of the naval hospital at < offers unequaled inducements to In. the Circuit Court of the Eastern Cognac White, Brandy, 01.1 Holland Gin and dlesodEn.ching.DomesUcs
ofnervations I Ij Massachusetts, be selected and set apart valiJs and others. For farther particulars en. oT Circuit of Florida Cognac Scotch an4lriah I IOunsbmrg
and forty-n'nr, in the 11-inMlIII of the FORM OFFER.I Schnapps Bourbon Moaongahela ,,CoweU and Oswego j Denims Tick- .
and crants nnder Indian trex- under the direction of the President quire of -, of the Sute of-, b.rbyagree In Chancery-Between Whiskey. Jamaica and Santa Crux Rum Porter, mgt.Shirtings and Marine Stripes; Florida Fac ,
State for the use of the marine BISBEE t CANOVA, United States F MIXOB. Complainant, ) Bill for brands and on draft Chaxapaigno
j ties u provided for. one cleric at fourteen United Jacksonville. to furnish and deliver at the navy- Doaus Ale of different 1

hundred, dollar per annum hy the art of.ninth hospital of the district of Boston and Char- J. 0. DEVALL Agents, A rent. Palatka.CLAGUORN yard at -, the whole of the live-oak timber Jour N. Mi HOB, Rttpmdent S Divorce. it Cider,Cordial, Bitten, *tc.SEGARS. Thread.Wood Ware. &. '
estimated at thirtythoosa&d cubic Complainant being filed in case I Painted Tabs Cedar and Palated
Buckets ;
I iestuwn. A CUNNINGHAM, for one ship, BILL ;
f May eightet-n hnndrpd and tWrt'six. Savannah. feet be the same more or less ia conformity.with to the satufaaioa ot tha Court Of the msst approved arajdt. Well Buckets,Bail Boxes Nerts; Brushes Scrub i

r .entitled -An act proti ed for the nal.irtes with Agents line of Jacksonville tbe advertisement of the Bore-ia fif Construction that the said Respondent resides withsat the State :. TOBACCO. Shoe, Bono and White Wash, Brooms Wire.Hear ji -

t 1 of certain officer therein named an. > NEWS. This boat connects far a&Adfrom Palatka, forOcala of the date of 224 June, 1855, vis: On motion ChirUs Broward, Solicitor far CcaplaioAit Yellow Bank Tiae Cut ia tinfoil James River, a and Wisp Seivet, brass ant win AMUelvet .
tiri EUges
f.r other pnrposes," eleven hnn-lred and I MARINE and a&d Tampa Bay. [July 7-ly Sums apron, .stemeoa deadwoojs stera-posts it is of tbe facts charged Sun Cured and&variety of the choicest brands. Matches Bed Cords Plough Lines ,
dollars and Feventy-nine cents. stern-post knees,keelso&s and hooks, estimatedto Ordered That a hearing 3O-tt Clothe Pins Table Mut.
.ine -- J
CwL-l Bill of Complaisant be had at a term of au
Or JACKSONVILLE. contain 3SOOcubicfeeta& per ia said HARTRIDGE TIMANTJ3 upoct to keep a.
For payment of clerks temporarilr fm fOBT R. Q. PINCKNEY JR., Frame timber ofalloth.rkiad.s this Court to beholden at.Jacksonville, ia Ute NOTICE. npply of the above articles always oa hand *"4 c.

p1..od in the office of the Postmaster-Gen ARRIVED. [UTE TUKSO. MVCKNF.T co.jFACTOR } County of Devil on the first Monday ia July indebted to the undersigned are will supply Dealers and Planters at as tow rate .

eral, from first July to tenth Anenut e hnnlredaad Jnly 11-Brig Cuba, Dnnhar New York. timber plead, answer; or demarr to said Bill of Complaint : added. -
teen hundred and fifty-four, throe York. sad ae would eA.1.ioa all persons aah.with freight :
X. make payment;
dollars and thirty- ght 17-Bark Kvnieer, Franklin. AJDCOMMISSION amounting on or befa said day, or decree will there biQ ia hit favor to aay ether Jacksonville,Tla,May 5,1855. 4
eighty-seven 17-Brir Sagioaw, Jackson N" York.U MERCHANT to 6,00 II M at perfect, from pass iathe same manner as if the said reeyon- against settling any %ITorida RepabBcaa copy. j

cents.F 17-Schr. Sea D.rd, Fickett Korfftlk. dent had appeared and waa present ia court. persoab.tbimzcl- BLACrWOOD.FOUBTtoY _

r compen .ti., and .expenses ff the U 18- : Ruih Barton, New York. North Commercial Wharf Total amount 30,000) t It is farther Ordered-That a copy of the above $aa. 30-tf ,' SAML. I I Joseph \Vhildenreleateria P

conmiMioner and the awnt of the TV ted u 18-Schr.Albert, Cole, New York. june23 Cb-.rle'ton. S C. ly (Total value to be written in wordi) order be published ia some public newspaper mON WOEXS.K. .,

States under the convention for th* adjustment CLEARED.July PARTITION SALE. Thould my offer be accepted I request to be licked in this State for the space of three months \V. BIGGS Co., Paints Oils and "Glass. 4
for said bearing.
and the contract forwarded before the dar appointed ,
FnitM addressed at-, Ic, .
of claim between the Smith San Jnaa. F/4. ,
Abner Taylor. AUCTION, JarkionTille
19-Bri(5( BE SOLD AT PUILIC at- or tomcat-, WILLIAM A. FORWARD, No.11flAYNE.3'flt _.- ,
States and Great Pritain.' thrive tbon- 19-Dark D. S. GouJell, UarrUca, Ria de WILL, front uf the Court U"ue in tbe city of to the navy agent and certificate., Jadge of the Circuit Oourt A..u sow prepared to execute promptly ardent c7i..rtcsts.C. -.

and dollars each for the entire "rrW, Janeiro, S. America. St Augustine, ca the firtt Monday ef August for Due signature (Sigaatare) of the Eastern Circuit of Florida. Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar MiDI TfZEFS cooitamiy far s&'*.general astortaeaiIV .
MANSION HOUSE on the Bay, ( ) IU ft. and Pans Grist Mills none Powers Iron az .
tw.aty-f>nr thousand d .liar : PrnriH'd u..t-.. th.- ne --- March 21, ofPAINTSan4QI5ofjsyjj. It
That this earn rtall include what hsg already Southern Miliitary Accademy formerly: : occupied by the late JOHN DRY5- FORM OF GUAR"TEB. I do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true Brass Cutings, and every variety of Machinery.Say Mill, ISHES: WINDOW C LASS and SAShES: SPTS NlEraser

under DALE. UAd.raigu.d..IJC-,in the State copy of the original order ia my office. Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Wo& TURPENTINE. SPIRIT GAS, COTTON J'OOTGL" -
of then The
been paid to either LO-.a.- R.Y. Tais elegant Mansion is built of Stone, and furnished and -, of-, in the Sato of March 24. 1B5-3m GEO. STONE. Steamboat and other repairing. mifMSi CLUE and BRUSHES of Ta- (

the said convention. in the mot excellent style, and well suited of_ guaranty that, in case the foregoing They will continue the manufacture and keep Gu ki8daoo.2Sly a.
That the of Stute cnuse the OF THE LOTTERY. hereby For Sale or Rent. constaatly on hand,their variety of Plows Timber f
Secretary PLAN for a tare family or be accepted he or they will within tea '
late Soatbern bid SUDSCR1BER offers for sale or rent, Carte ChaUn, .., to which they rerpectfuUT iaTiU .& TOOBIDSOB J r ; {
accounts of JWnh E-e deceased Th. plan and manner of drawing of the A BOARDING IIOUSE. days after the receipt of the contract at the post THE July 8-ly ,
Lotteries, executecontract I nis dwelling home ia the vicinity of Fiaegaa'sMill pawaage. FACTORS AND
charge d'aSTaJTf of the United State to Military and Fort Gaines Academy communicatewith office named or navy agent designated
desirous of purchasing can which U the Eastern iliaDdary !
he and:tcda Persons for the same with good audsufficieat sureties on Horans Creek COMMISSION MERCHANTS
the late of Texas to U follows iTh. Jackaouvllle acbmlth1D",
Republic Commwsioners. .. has
the Hsrana plan! of either of the shall fail to enter into cf the TownTb.. house is nearly ,
"4 a"l|"is'' hy the proper arronnt'nr numbers Lottery,is became set np pa it wu believed to be the K. n.- GIBB3. ) ; in case aforesaid said -we guaranty to make good commodious out houses a good well and is generally .fDMACHIXE Adgert North JJ7uzif. \ I

ofictn of the frove.rnmont and that the simple Bfiderstood. as well as the must bonor- GEO. CENTER VCommuVf.G. contract as between the offor of the said-*a4 a desirable and pleasant residence. SHOP, Charleston S. C. '
T inoct cas ly R. FAIRBANKS, ) the difference WILLIAM MOONET.Jacksonville Stand of SedgICiCfC.VvP.NIIiES row.utES \ ftOnIIJIt
amount found due thereon be naid to etsy be .. At former ra a.
able plan that whkh may :
W. Eve. widow of M'H! Joseph Eve There are 10,000 tickets that are numbered I St. Augustine, July 3. 1655. ((7-tl1] A Tt April 23, 1355-tt. Ploughs of all kinds Timber Car. lifaolesaieTin-Uare' .

etherwise Ia the Scheme for January,there Signature of two parIoAklra.I fTL': Cuts Chains forjlJ. Mill work of t'UIO'J'. .
exit of any money in the trcaary not from 1 to 10,000. BEADS printDoucJnc.: riagM, G. H. VEROXEE it '
are 473 full prim andS approximation. pritesmaker (Date) iafarnu the aU kiada Sugar MiOs, Ae.EJT'Partlcular BRO.
appropriated. I I THE subscriber respectfully
Steam Boatan.l Wholesale Dealers in
attention paid
For salaries of the three jn"?"c of the' io cf prizes.Slip of turtle tbe same size, anlprint.d OF EVtUi" ceritfy that the abort named A B and .public, that he is prepared to aoeommodaU a Saw iJill reparicg. Wheelwrightiag done at shortest PLAIN AXD JAPANED TIP JTASJl. '
I hereby 4Jj
covrt of claims twelve th'Kivind o"ollr. I I with papsr nnmtcn from i to 10 000 corr.'ponlog -- For sale by, '. 1.. BROWN YorkMILINERY. C D are known to me aa men of propertY, and limited number of families or siafle! persons,with noticef3T AH orders Ief5 the store of S. TAKE this method of Informing th.i-fri. V, ,

For salary of solicitor nf said conrt three with the numbers on the tickets are rolled up 14.ay26-6. 16G PearUtrett New able to make good their guarantee. good board, at reaio&ahle ratej. of the N.WOIiaua will be promptly attended to. customers that they have recently f Hi

thousand five hnndred dollars. and inserted in small tin tube one inch long and (Date) (Signa tire) The house M situated ia a pleasa&t part Jacksonville .ae 19-tt J. A. ). large additions to their znactiBery, and an aw 4 j
of Ocean and Monroe streets, p1
three one-fourta inch in diameter, and are depot- 4 To bt snad by tht United tau district town corner prepared to execute all orders in the above East
clerks about
of the (
For salaries two COY.
whkh located in Jackson- collector Plo Ida. A. Holmes with neatness sad .
led in one wheel-similar slips, on are TRSHARKN ESS, having United Stale* rfMrief attorney Je dispatch. OvW.nunaIt .'i'i.44.
thoaund five bnndreti dollar irintei the amount of the different prizes are ill yule, F1& would respectfully inform the Judge or nary agent, an
For continjent expenses of said court. rolled andiaW incerted in tin tubes and but I ladies thereof and surrounding country, that she li-6w attention to sales of YelVV .

two thnulan.f d\lJ11ra: also another up wheel-these are each fattened with 1 will be happy to receive any orders in her line, July _n__ n for Sale. \TTILL( low pay Pine psr4cui&r Lumber Live Oak, sad Terms laado'tKeotamodatmg' ;sad Cosmtry erdtva .4 j

For the salary of the jnlw", "I\" two p.d-Ioclllly the Commissioners who certify I that racy be entrusted to her. Residence on Monroe SUBSCRIBER offers for sale 1000 ftrt. lither SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE,ando promptly attended to '
all deposited in the Presbyterian Church. OF LETTERS REMAINING THE Pine and Hammock Land ia Alach.aa 4 Alto C Boobl and Ga doavwitkdispatch.
exit were adjoining
.i clerks of said court. and for other expense hat the numbers prizes I street LIST I order for purchaccjt.ttItCUAX!L9J
of wheels. Each Commissioner key of W N. B. Ladies and Mines bonneU, gentle the Post OSc in Jacksonville oa the lit county, which will bo sold at a bargan for .

thereof prior p.1) the first day he each wheel and the wheel cannot be opened without I men's hits Ac. bleached, pressed and dyed. of July 1855. cask .ppli.uu soon. Any Information can he Jul174fPOR 63 STATE STRUT,BOW the Market. .

July, eighteen handre and fiftv-five or both are present. When the drawing takes April 29-ly. |t B Jones Elizabeth M. had by adirtiiing me at Palatka. KALfc. aer.18CAoriofm..JL C.CflARLESTON.uor
M much thereof may be required, fivetaoHtand which will be la public the wheels are ua- Blair, Thomas H. 2 Johnson, Emily C. fela 34 J. J..A..SOW. 0" Tweaty.five Horse Steam Eagiae ,

dollar place.ocked, and after revolving them a number isIrawa House Sign, aad Ornamental Painting.rPHE Baker, KBBarber Joese, John.Jeakias FOR SALE..LVALUABLtrDCt rJ Pipes Ai,complttt-sad Boiler MIXER, Z1 4J.yi

For outfit of minister of the United out uf the wheel of numbers and at thetame subscriber being now permanently located, Mrs.M B Handy W. K.Xaaneaa of Land oa Amelia One Seven_ Hone Steam Engine eosa- Corner- 'of Meetiag.and Hayno ttivets $ '
tbe Prise wheel fcyK tb. of Jackson. Johnson, plete. It ?
of citizens BakerRL *s.C.
drawn out J. his services to
States to Spain nine thwmnd dollar t. o. i offers L :Islaad t miles from the contemplated depot Oat ChemIst Saw Machiae,of Page's M aufae-
minister > arms bv L;the Ib1.r-th. tub ,ill., in the above branches and solicits share Bell, W B Bloff containing 730 acres good planting lULLS IIOtlilE,
For outfit charees den affaire' or ys unrolled HARKNKSS.fcy John L ". Re,.... Yellow ,
resident to New Granada four thousand b slipped off, Dmber h.lo up an. the patronage.. JAMFS le. Barton Thomas.Litbner, Y.L. land. Then it oa the premises a- small dwelling lare.An the above machinery it new and well made THOSAS S. N1CKERSOX, ., f
whole audience can see 'aL
Graining, Bolton
1 t" the N. B.-GiJdiDC. Jon A 2 'Laidlaa,Mr. house,sad oat houses a cotton Gin and Gin house, aid will be sold low for cash. Comer.Meeting and Queen Streets, -
five hundred dollar off and registered by and Beckman,
called executed with aeatnesi dispateo. I the will be
number with premises GOOKIN.
i th. C.' Ian of which together to MOONEY :v.Ij$ CAadesto; S.C
Laariae Apply !
For expense of drprtVilins public manyi Comm The prize drawn, is credited L ApriL 28-11. Battersby, Geo. George WffliasaLimaa told reasonable., 'May Founders Machinists. TTTH. :
at the time, and till Butler C A end of tht PAVILION I1OTE '
drawn O south
number 1
by receivers of public moneys forty- the I&A of the drawing 81OO REWARD. C *. MatU4aM AIaotwosrnaUtrictacathi Copartnership Notice
all the Prizts are drawn out copy of two hundred .D4 the ether Ifty .L.BUTTERFIELDr.
.M thousand dollars. is then sent to the printers aDo aft r Cmp- 1 f RANAWAY from .the subscriber, at Connar, Moses B 2 Island one luxurant growth of Live Oak. The undersigned have entered into a Copartner CGT.rofMsetinlls4s1..t.1juI7

For salaries and commission of regiten *- lace the Commissioners certify to ctr-a'l Orange Mil!, Post Office, Florida, a mulatto Choice Miss U.Ana Mullen, M. W.Mickle 2McCntcbea acres Also containing a tract containing one hundred and thirty ship tar the Practice of Law. 8_CliartemS.C, t '

of land-offices and receiver of pvblie I of the drawing. The Commissioners are sworn slave who calls himself JOHN BUTLER. Coasins Samuel adjoining the Seatoa tract oa the SLM&q'iBvsr. XcQU1CU MeINTO8U Entice' ( 1emuz
and thousand without fear or favor.It with straight hair,of yellowish James MCha JoshspaMciliUin acres, FRANCIS L WH1UTON.
moneys one hundred ten perform their duty rrright; mulatto, Cox R. S.Maccdonald Apply to CO-PAETSEJUUIP until tae fm eTL t It
dollar t wi be perceived, that i ti p1.Yr brown colour twenty six or seven years
For incidental expenses of the several Prize drawn out aad of 1m. persons old over six feet high, has lost one of his front Clark, Mrs.Amanda Melntosh, Tbonua S. .May 12. ( Teas Teas! Teas tit The Nttlement of ttt affairs by mmtaal -.

Uad-oJBcca eleven thousand dollars. must gstthem t there i oas Prize t ev.r720 teeth, and other of his front tuth are defective.for Carrot" Archabald D Monitor A Co TTJST received a supply of fresa TEAS Black agreement, detolvetca WILLIAM M.TC5HO. 3 -4'
of changing his name and passing a JUliE 16 1855. J sMGr.eaiallb.,1.21b.andl4Ih.p.ckage. '
tickets. He is fond 0Delavorth 0 .Jaom all persona ta.i_demands orbeinxtadtbttd
To enab'e the Clerk of the Home of Representative days after the draw- red and is quite intelligent, and Deal. Mrs. El/ SI SO toSGcta. pound
payable from per
Prize can ranging .
3 white man, art raftmeV l4 4-giL
to purchase for the new T.f full without a aay cbouwli is not the is a good house carpenter. I will give the above Wm.8 Odam William James U HAY HAY !!! HAY !!! from l.I Tea Company at \TttI.LUlll.-nnmo.-

members from Virginia, Kentnckr. and ease f any other Lr. reward for his delivery to toe, or safe lodgment Dubois, Jean Odam, P I ,Pll BALEd PRIME EASTERN HAY,- May 1931APOTUECART HALL.FROST 1 Q.: 'Il CUn..J. t

JUw York and the delegates from Kansas, LOTTERY U set .p OB the Dan in any Jail, to that I ret him with proof to on- Darby.HUDvwUng Isaac Parker, Francis .1 1 /just received by Scar. SAG LETT from I Cbr AL, l8SL ,t.4 itp
muxz of arbcaring him or aiding BOULTER
aad Nebraska the tame books as have JL simple Bombers, is believed ,id say white person Dzialinski B Maine. & Sept. 2% :
bu tome A
plan dollars for bU delivery Diamond, ,
tb.most him to escape or fifty to speak of the superior qusli.tyofEastina .
.U It it
member of theHoase as Rudd ThomM unnecessary
been famished the other U b the most easily or safe lodgment in Jail,so that I get him. DowLard Mr. Reuben Mrs.Reynolds Hay u contrasted with North River General Commission Merchants The Sabsoloer 1
-----t of ReDrcwntstives. seven B, O. lAYS.e.e Demarachy
jwcni FOR AUCL'ST.CLASS Jane 23-tf HDenike Tarrisa Mrs- Hay,to those who have used both a.rtidea.Our 101 State Street,Boston,Mats, Caarauostao basinesa hretoior carried es> ma. 1dirthe.
t> Miad four hundred and My-two dolTor GRAND SCHEME The Savannah Georgian will please copy Dyer, Chas.Robert Rodgers, W. L.I. market hat hitherto been supplied by what" pay strict and prompt attention to sale name of TUN O. PIXCK51TT A CO -

1an.. S. till forbid sad send bill LowvertiHrlWp&ymu& k.illvJo&in2 it known at "Shipping or North River Hay, aa WILL LUMBER, TIMBER, COTTON and sdtend.xstokia friends the renewal of his sa? -
of the noose article which we are attempting to drive from the rieeL M.
the contingent expense I Wm. H Rote;Marion Capt other Southern Produce.ect7 WIIXULM TU550
of Representatives: TO it SIA.WH 2o or ACCCST 1855, I. THE 810 REWARD. Fonsett FeringtooJohnFickeUCapt.Levi Rowland, Win U.Straaalaad market by introducing a superior article of Eat -tf OLIVER 71105?. .7.tI 213 T Q,

ror.t&t.ioaerY for members four thou. CITY Or MOJTCOMEaT.WUEY I WILL pay the above reward with the 8 2 S Urn Hay,even at the same price. LEDTflTH. ROYAL BOULTER. 81"0. Mchant'sJ.t1, .1iolb. j' dl
sand nine hundred and ten dollars; and PRIZES AMOUNTING TO I expenses incurred fur the apprehension and frtit& Iiz&. D JaocaSouthard ELLIS -- (;Aarudo._ ..V.KXtccriev w -
to members of the delivery, at my place or in any jail in this O. Henry D.I NOTICE. J. Roekenbaagh, isr raicit .4f: -
that the allowance $50,000 man, ISAAC who left my premises Btarks, Usury ) .
&tte, my negro Aron ccscaiL undersigned having leased"EtteK
Gutrey, '
BeaN for the present Mssion shall be be distributed according to the following oa the 4th alt Isaac It a heavy built black Gardner"rhomuQoodale. Strong Selima THS' SUBSCRIBER fbrewaraes all personirorcf COMl\USSION"1\IEUCHAN'r. ETUE m King Street solicit froza tat travel. I. i
tkJrty-flv dollars Instead of twenty-fire, fellow five feet .1.nalDcbM high and stammesyconsiderable Smith, Daniel IL trading for a Promissory Note m f. share of .f
l' 0 112 P.zrf Strut IT. T. ling public a patronage. Board i1, $
SCHEME has beeninduced Han as #
MAGNIFICENT ia If said boy Savons,Thomas Robert Barns given b1 Easily 4
speaking. 50 .
M herttofore OaDe1l1enry. stteatioQ: will be given to sales of per day; single dinner, eta.-, .J
ten thousand Prise b draws at to leave by say white man I will give fihuwell, Wm. determined not to pay iU CJ.JtEJ11L 8-6m JA.MiLflYuc'
For taiaoellaoeous Items CZT And remember every Gonter, ALLU. Bice Sagar,' Lumber Timber and Jury 1-- '
of inch with ..W. JAS. L
the apprehension person HGallegher Smith,0. 23
DEDUCTION 100 for inn
WITHOUT f Mortimer Merchandise
ebUara. each drawing,sod paid Godding other Southern Prodooe. Alan pu.cbMcf 1VM.3LLAWTON1C. I I
For oil for ligrUioases ben the difie.n .. 1 Prist or. .H $12000Is. .812,000d proof to conviction. WM. 8711050 FELLOW. S Shaman Stover, James 0. For Welska Pia. oa moat adTaotageoM teracs. JalyS-tf FACTORS AND w .

between the estimated and the actual 1 . . 50O0l5. 1.000 Fort Clark AlachnaD>,Fla-.June 29. fjv7-U CJatoD 11 2 Simmons Alfred MoorsIIeadsraoa r.Palatkn and InUnudiaU LttN/& & Bradford. COMMISSION: MERChANTs 4
thousand 1 dOs . . 3.000Ia. 3,01)0 Ui.rgrots. Smith
eoor that article 'r No. 13 &nttfem
J \h1rty-tOQrdot1&raaDd, eighty-two seventeen cent 1 40. .. . 2.000 iI .000' Insolvent Notice.EMILT AdolbartUogans llenry'J Taurels IL B. tC t Poosu.wmJl"lDltclLoW.1ab.Wedaad&1 The steamer SEMINOLE Caps et ATTO RNET AT LAW Charleston SCWavMLairton Wkorf :-

1 do. . . I,5001a. 1,500 Backer, -
For cam peesstoa of commissioner provided 1 do ..,. . 1.20018. 1.200I L. DONALDSON, Administratrix of Daniel Thomson batting jlst intt, and eontinae to make regular IlLiCIT'S Ii CL&tCBT I Wm.M-Tsyhr, j

in the first article of the reciprocity I . .s. 1,100il. 1,100 S. Donaldson, late of this County hayes WmU Thron TbomajhiimphryiMi'I trips to that place every other Wtdattda] t K.waiarizht Bacon I J--'r.J. 1 j
filed ia office a written suggestion IIJ Tucker,WillaagbbyZ.UayacaCaPLWP fUtherIlOtice. Agar* i JVcvaoiuiiat, fU. Jaiyg' -
deceased having my thersafur until
with Great Britain two thousand i 40. . 1,0001. 1.000 _
treaty \Y
This is
doUsi f 10 do. . . .00 ill .000 of the insolvency of said demands Maam B- For freight or passage applg ttjan20tf WILL attend allll.-.1 KEUFFER.liar. 11JND1UXtCo... jGWIMISUUN

and other incidental 10 do. . . ISO$ 1,500 therefore' to notify all persons having Uamngton Capt O w West ClabaraWy BSBPLCA5OVAAg'tIDental toUMa. HEatllU ;
For boat expenses said Estate to present them duly proved Ashley Wright I itsaiDrOffleeatAllitator. ,
. . 1201. 1,440 against UoDeday, st.warr.sirm, the tf
12 clo. sale
eottBttted with the duties of tiaijepgwidsdln commit. :0 40. . .-. 100 Ie 2.000 eH authenticated to the Jadge of Probate of Daral Houardss CaptHamOton man J.Ana W.Capt. Notice. I OfievalKewaaasv&l* Floor Crala tad Product Qtaenlly.

the first ankle of the 60 '. . 60 iI 356AG. County,on or before the first Monday ia Jan- Dr."'Thoa.lloke West, Mrs.J. W'.UOSTWICKwtMIld.y rssp.ctfaI.c 117 7-Iy J1IlJ8 I CAanlut.,80. _' It -
will be ra-rofa Weadard, -
rsdptrocity treatytwith Great Britain three ... . .. 2511..1 6UOO tarp next at whkh time there at John OHumpherys inform the citsaeesctJacksovill. sad its via- -
bets. 200 distribution of the assets of said Estate amongst Mrs.J Wilajo Thomas that having opened aa effiet ia the Daneriai EDWARD B S6ELL Jr, GKO.: ABBOiT A .

itjotaad dollar the publications the 4. .40.. ApproxImatllu do. 491s. 160 the creditors thereof. Headman, Henry'D \ & M. G. ally Oallery.oa ronrth street will attend to all branches Attorney at_ Law tf+&&&.,(>rp<*to&cCasKsstoa. f -

For completing ) 4 40. 351. f0 WitMes my name u Jadge of Probate sad theSeal Harris WavSUoweI.B Walker 0. A. BBSTlSTBT, ia the most approved and .S.C,

wcks of tht explorin* expedition twenty. 4 40. 40. 301. 120 [ ] teal of said Court thia the twentieth. TThltr,Thomas careful maaatr.trves. AD1IOT..tRT PUBLIC 1talsr M -; .

aiM thooxand three hundred and twenty"Is's. 4 40: cJo. 251, 100 ,day of Jane, A.D. 1855.FELIX Hal, htir WUUatBS Caroline 9Ctm tr ef aching teeta destroyed withe SPIRIT C.uJi A.D CMHiHU.with .

I d. dlL. 2Ob. eoi LIVINGSTON.jaat306ni p&iL dec2-2n Ofice fa Beeda New Brick BuU41Jac. Lamps tf tvery deeeri Uoa"tW,ta.d.I"f .

To enable the Committee cm thtLJhra17 da.: az : : : J5is._. 60 Judge Probate DBA*! County. Person calling for any of the above letters wffl GOODS FOB SPRING 18.41 April] JaektonvSU S-FU. [1

thuissddnfuflforthepctur.painted they are advertised ertbey may see I NEW English and Arocrifanof White
H. Powell two """ I
to par to toe Prizes amoenUBgU .... $50,000 LOST OB STOLEN theDIWII. OBotab'P.- x W.G. Bancroft Cash House Felix LlviD ton, every kind,Linseed aodSperaCUuBtyPutty '

, by Wm for the United Sutea in addition BOMTnEEUBSBIBEB,, sI the Sfl2rn JickionTPI.JsIyI4. 1836. t.5 *&S Kins Street ATr02HEY&CCUKlKLLORAT( LAWTTILL Jn1.8 Oil; ,.. tt
Caertsafen AC.TTTX -
tt Lbs turns heretofore appropriated by ONLY TEN TROUSAND NUMBERS. Springs. laMarioaCo, Cast Florid* !! JKbonTik Eo !, i COM)1CT,JENNINGS .
time: Lime I Lime ABX sow receiving oar asual largtaaVV .
Tickets $8-Halvet $4-Quartera $2.BASTL or about of Istcf December, 18M, a small atsortDeat ef sltend to an piobtskeai Vntbeasen.W UDLBKY.COAcH... WAI'CItlTo. -
1&w. osi
.' EWAK jtgrat tad cer.peI1 CH1S5TJT SOBKZL'POKT HORSE, aboattU BRICKS BRICKS lit iiienriTt ( trwsted to hiasm the Coa-U of the Eastern 165 Meeting 1tneIa.
the officers of the treta.rjtvre iJBICKSt
And aecoonting & Goods '
,with three whit feet flaxen main saC Fancy Staple Dry Cirevit and ef tht Baprsmo Cowrttof TaQaaastte.Be Myfl "CkdsatC.
kerebj directed to settle aDd "APcTRzcALT1ti72fZ. years be terav ELLIS. L1DWITH\CO. sltn such aa adraatageoqt.esmeotko wtta "
f&Y M tail tad wsUyatvp, tad is what might j.Ji'f for IPda&Trs4..and are prepared to offsrjreaiCTbdotBtz4tt&aatv ass MATrIL36&51XA0'WOE.EALE
the accoont of C. W.Qinmaa third assitt- Jkso.ilt.yla.Tjoas I.4 a.MarsI MOST. Anywrsoa tahueg tp said 1mf1I1.OLD rb fbres c.Custom, en able Lawyer a4Wa Wn Cify,as wlfl. rJI -
sit. from the first day of Jolylumdred trios' at*Jcires ,WTVAJL &t'a, hens aa4 addressing the sabecriber af TriahU.sttat ADERA ASP AND OLD Y-nR"AX 1Afl S 'We aAert strfagy to'oar'trtahHiVtd eat' apnswpt aadiMedyonBtctkaof sack elates a* ,hl"'aeUIer.IIIM. :

sIiit. and fifty-fonr at the Bwtra Ontroltsinttrs, sn stpsriattad the ,*Stca eeanty G1,"wifl svaatdjontrjProposals itL zwlY b3'DY for asdlcsl ren : $ .of.pJ.I8Otn.,. my pU e4bhjs MdJliilnst,Jtq IhIXII4 JvJr, .. ,.' ; fI

rt- cl6Aeca 1tu4rt4 donan.per :& Iatas,containing swseyz. wlfl betosa4 Jtdct)1I&tudd nrM4 Much 2f-3a lee aM 11m. JothI' T.- .utD'.. Liy r -:1maIt'U1'. .. '-JUU- ztl T .laa.. >' Ie) JtatoIe :.4..0'1'' I
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LtUflT1tT, UUA DJ.EY A CO., Corntr tfTuvrth end Har&it-Sti.TIitrgt -" II r :', s--: : : 'COUNTING n6bs AL MAC'1855 ,: ,(Carolina. $ Sloxiba

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. ,$ Pricpal'i"tId-can/red.E't6bUI.CftenpTjft :: ]. I'CRPttTUAI SZ3OOOO.CILtRTCR _' V Stores. ; A I TIlE CAROLINA ,L.M.--- P9 .

b "nt,, Aft 'r" 4tOJ N46IJR-Slrut, 'OQT f 5t'RE. liUILDINGS Prrnetuallv, MER1 Washington 'A' ., '.4 ,. ,1il----f 41855. :' : .Master, will leave Charleston-e".
., H 8'- CIIANDISE FURNITURE VESSELS In 101, ; II CI". '0 141 CI 1'1 l'ti'I !:' SATURDAY. at h.,-put 3 P. !. f p"tM'k
b alaalje > fi5t
4 I 1$ llydrwosewi sftIngtilo foot a from daxnp discovery or cold, and for I Port and their CARGOE. and other Property, > I = S 1855. I i I : Johns River PALATKA., tr>rrra3 ai JACKSONVILLE.. *
i against lou or damage byliro.DIRECTOIISt. Goods! 4 tI_ tII > .PICOLATA4 ReturnIng.wilt I..,
.r WIAOkSWtydcLOriflg1diattrcr.tII1''otath'I of maul The Lung I1yhnmaen dipl'lIJ1e-, NewSpring&Smnmer HAVING made == L! b.b Z cJax'r. L I L L :I'z.t.' I I; \Ve are now prepared Palalka 10 every Monday at 7 A. M.t l'ifol.ta.,
A.31. and Jacksonville for '.
I 2 3 ,4 66' : 3 4 1 ; Charleston it 3

'I .d.hoe*0.' Its 4 .fIIeclkilkd* .. character U a powerful anti- John Albert.J.Oillett I'hilC.P &Rutherford]-k.k, John Robert AVmro B.A.Klott Rutherford Carrier, Qlljenp(! ) fat QIasl) No Jtaug (Hwbits !tAT extensive fortbeexeeu21 arrangements 14 7 2223 15,16 8, 9 24 10 17 25 11112 18,19,20,261271 13 1516 2 8 9'lO 171tI19,20.21/ \,12113,14, ,2S tho shortest to cxecntr- notice, at, I. leave THE CHARLESTON FLORIDA n.every Sn.ut'r WEDSE&rMT.;; ::\ra't.t r 'wnt v 1

i 1 ..r.tztIemeu1t'rfl1be found agreeable,warm i2829l3&31, 23124'25\26\27' Morning V5 t 10 A.M. taking thelNSIDfirotu
WilkuiK Samuel Jones. 29 \ -
andbealthy ear in the ooldett or rainiert "cathcr .Alvan tor the laces named
i above) and i"
Samuel I----t- 1 2t 3 At'O'T. i 2 3 ,4 touching
T. Jones tionofeverydescripFr.a'v I- -
as thefoot cannot Locoino wtl if the llvdroniajrenI' \ all kinds oframphlcts
l' Ceaut'ort..l1ilton Head
wiled JOHN P. RUTHERFORD, Prctldmt BURTON & G1AVES. 41 5 6 7 51 &t 7 8 !I l1O H Island Dar Briuuswick'4anti
"I a inserted, Ladies the !
may woar lightest Marys going and rctornJi This **
1I J4 15/16111/ 14 ; boat
A. J GILLETT tion of 12113,
; boot ahoet in weather with 15116/1118
tho Inclement
or most / ,, has been put on the Inland routo for the .*
,'I,: J impunity. Consumption no 1"re\"ILlcnlllmon: L.MORGAN, General Agent. No. 3 Sammis' Block, Bay street, Jacksonville, Florida. l1919j20 27 21 2S t920 2S 21 Zll'Z3,24i25, modation of Travellers along the line, snd areom UMMIT.I

I the.yam*tit. oar country may be thwarted l>v J. ILMcRORl. AscnttJackmntlUt AT JACxCONVILLE,:Flo.itrrruEKCts TIlE SUBSCRIBERS have jest received a general assortment of DRY GOODS, at their bew store, Job Printing, MAftal-I.1 __' 1 -2 3 ,SZP'T. 1-1- 29130/311- Latv Blanks- n ho with to keep as much as possible! in short '".

I their jroueral adoption. They entirely tupcrttdtoreivcAaes Col. J. S. Fanimlg I Capt Charles Willey FOR CASH, they will sell as cheap as any other House in the country. They have adopted 456 7 8 91 234 / They are first IRM Boats with fine State Konom
: t a* the Utter canno the feet t. porfpire Col. John 11I'tl'arJ., I Sani'l N. Williams, F.1I the principle of"Small Profits and quick Returns," nod invite the attention of the Public to an attentionofthose 11f12 13 14 15116 17 Ilaslncss Cards, and every, comfort will be fount usually required :'
-. I I hi a very unhealthy manner; and bcsiJcc. are not Cot Henry Timanus: | (March 7-tf]1. examination of their Stock before pnrthasuis elsewhere. In it will be found the Mlvwus with many 19 19 20 21 22 23 24 9,1011112113114115' by the Travelling Public. They connect with t6el '
dangerous wear to jpcdcstrinni iu icy Trent her, like '_ other articles too numerous to mentionJIIJr: wishing Printing 25 26 2712 29 30 31 Z3 242S 26 27 ,2 Visiting Cards, different Lines of Stages in Florida, 8IId. fr >J
India rubber. While the latter rau. the feet to SAL TIMII '.\\ J juDXiiv:: SAVE South as Tampa Day They also
* MML 1 2 3 4 6 6 7 connect wits
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appear cxtremnljr Urge, the Ujdrwnajjcn, bring : fflfl.a: : : -2: done b particularly 8 9 10 11 12 13:14: OcTa.. 1 21! 31 4 4 i t Circular the New York oat and Railroad Linos from title *
a lain dice of cork : Ilace.
mere prepared, peculiarly placed Read his Advertisement One 81 _
J.incns 1a161718192021 1 9 10
iflaido doot not increase tho vlre of the bon.tor Prints, GiughU118t: Checks, / '11112113; For
invited to this office.Terms freight engagements other
I ,'tc i cause Lb.foot to appear ouUJf To Chi!,!rcn they and .inn! Jackonets, Grenadines, Bareges, I Gro De nine Silks; 22123 29'30 -24 25526121 -ZS II 21 14 22 15161/2iI 24 17 25126'27 18 18,20, Hand. Rills, ton1. M,LA WIOS 4 CO;

i are extremely valuable M the, rony engage in To 1.\"ts Florence Silk. Illusion, Cambric obiucut ID\uiaL1.un: I 5 2S 29 $ march 11).1, _- VV Southern WnarfFIRKI .'

i e xereise with comfort audb.cfilthy' cficcts. Their 1'I4AiThltS AND UI'IIEItS.TJAVIXG Lawns, Muslins, DcLaine8, Crape, t 6 1 1 8 9110 121 SO'R, / 30131LI-I-$ ,Show Rills, FIRCIt VlRLTIZ1 V
la 00 slight UK to acftrco need rocnt inn; betides ;I-I-
S Cords CASII.13 ,
become perm"ncnt1yl atod 16 Char- Cravats Hosiery, Spool cotton W 14 15 I 17 I. 19
those who them tcfll Cnd their oJ
( ly tloclor't, bill much patronize dimiiiifitd Vureby.Haroourt year .11 letto. I:am rl't'llrl',1 to do anything cr the Grass Skirts, OEnabul'ghs, Drown Sheeting, 1cachcd Sheeting, 20 21 22 23 34 26 11 ; 5,16, : Dills of Lading, TilE FrBSCRIBES'3 OL>
line CJf a general AGKXCr and CUMMIION IJriJld Orders from the Z123 29 30 31 1SIl92Or2II222324: STAND having been entirelvdMiroycd .
1 Plaids Stripes / -
London and Iancb- Ticking ,
& of
Dnully Co. '
Imsinors cntrustod I intend thegreater 2 n Bills of Fare by fire, he hao removed to 142 M
uie. gi\ing IIg'aL
ter, England were originally entrusted nilh the portion of time to tho of Country I Musquito Nets, Ribbons, Braids, Slaring. I Webbing1 9DEc'a., 2ot26 I- I corner of Wentworth, the stand formerly occupied'"
,' manufacture of the Protectors, by tho lamented I orders for my filling Whale Bone, Hooks and Eyes, I Edging& Inserting, lcn'8 Shirts, CounhJwiUbe / 21 3 4 5 -6 7 S Labels, )hI W. J.GAYER where he ccntiancs his luio a,

,I S to Dr.hi Cooper*original, mid instruction continno to,laanuwcture and therefore according recommend -I Groceries rrpvislons, Dry) Goods. Hard Linen Cambric handkerchiefs, tc", "c_ promptly executed.Jos. JCxE.------------1- : 910shIIh2II3l4!22 151617I8 ment in all of its first s TEIIICL lie baton hand J all a farm anaorU '

thane who would wear "The Protector," U ware. Clothing DootSj Shoes Drugs, $ i920i2l &C., &c., choice FAMILY dtxriptim.
: 291301 some
KtIU"E.H CARRIAGE w&til.prcssly
t.; I' file to their being genuine. Taints,Oils, Fruit, Liquors Books, BVffflTh: : ]'flJI .F.ROOEBO. j231242526121128139, / for his Country Cuflomert,all of which) he '

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REMEMBrR: THIS IS A STABLE ARTICLE, AST KO Stationery Fancy Goods It'n's Fine Boots will SELL
l.ldics' Silk Congress Gaiters, k CU1P bOlt CASH or City afcoB-
or anything else that can bo obtained either in 0 Colored Tics I Shoes, V tance.-V LEONARD CHAPnt. >

I flcwr'a- : Size RETAIL, -PRICES.. SI,30 eachLttirV tit rnngciucnts i,or Northern that Marltlt I have made, and with through the leading the ar- Fine English,Kid Slippers. ,: "cc Kip Brogans, .A.po"thccarv- Felix Livingston, EfT C'Lartoton.Ordsrapmntly C.. Nov. 18-6m andfailliful/y IW- -. ..
U 5.
b) do. - 1,00 do. }'I''nrh" Slippers
t, dealing in the above articles I shall be An
C ,, Dork A MIMER d.. > 75 do.HARCOUKT .t.I l to make jjurcha. on better term than the "Goat Buskins, U Enamcll.d and Fancy Shoes, g Tea e A.TIORNEY&COUNCELLOR AT LAW S. & E. M. Gilbert -
BRADLEY 1 CO., Depository: B1 Jacksonville K.; ,
Merchants or Planters thomcclves conld; therebynot U "l lI V Cloth tipped caiters l\ AaLMAXVFACTrRERS '
33 An Street i 102 Naaiau . New'-'(Irk, u. .. to him in the Courts of the Eastvra u.mvRIAOES -
but also the exorbitant Dr. Baldwin'sOffice
the article xfitnst Hulldlug, opposite
necessary u
at Nos. .
Lether 35 awl 40
};naU1cJcd Boots tiJlpcd Wea;
Principal 102 IJWttmt ClMjt'ide, Circuit, and of tho Supremo Courts of Tallahai V
a nftimc and trouble attending a %bit to this Jacksonville. Street, ant No,7 Strut
London. Manufoclor '. 41 Market Strut Man Mirfcs' l'Al'o i Doou Youth." Brogans, Die has also such an advantageous connection withan troth Hayne ,Charleston.
; ) City. I will aleo personally attend to the telcct. TTTHERE is kept constantly on bond a large andV ) Our Stork is an extensive and
chttter, England I ing, JVirAin/r, Marking and Shipment of goods Boys Shoes, call; 1JrOgLns. V well selected assortment of able Lawyer at Washington City,as will ensure arc respectfully requested to call one, purchasers,
II. B.A Co, are tablirhing Depot for the sale : w as to avoid all mistakes and damact which ChilJrcns' Shoes, a large Stock, &c., &c., DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, a prompt and speedy collection of such claims ns offer great inducement in style on and us,as w..ami"cao
of"The Protector" in all part of America. PhypiHani i arise from want of little attention.In may bo placed in his haaJs again tho United prices; ,
generally a articles '
Merchants, Snrjreoos,Hatters Druggist and Milliner, Clothiers,also! ,Gentlemen's Dry Good, 1 I the dipposal addition of to any the produce above I that will may also be attend shippedto to f4'.T'S': Mfff h f V'S fresh Always and received Also the,latest arrivals,warranted States jvlyJ any rented in every bought our ealaUwlunent July are B-Ir war*

}'arni!hing Store-Keepers are cat rnclod with the I too Any person dcurous of making Shipments A good assortm eat, comprising cf WENS' LEGHORN, PANAMA, STRAW, PALM Perfumery, Combs, Brushes Soaps Mcliobert Uakcr, Cariage & Harness Depository
: wEolecale and retail distribution of them, im j to I of Proditce of any kind had better write to inc and LEAF: WOOL, FELT, and WIDE AWAKE HATS Lamps, Rumiii; Fluid, &c., ATTORNEY AT L\ V. SOLICITOR IX ,,
,S whom liberal terms are offered for their cutcrprL-o, I I will ghe them every information as regards the together with Childrcns' Hats and Bloomers.fifiEffT which will be sold low for cot>b. 4 2gy=*a> AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
and a rplendid opportunity opens to them for cafe II, Mar/.it, manner of Pac/a/ir and how to ship '., ., Country orders solicited and punctually attended CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC, trTiJV-rir: ** Soufh.'U'ed Corner of ,
nad profitable bunmoiuu ," ::[ to. with and MEETING and WESTWORTH
them. From ray long experience in a general Physicians' prescriptions put up care AND STREETS j
For terms apily toUA1tC'O1.RT. mercantile business I think I can give perfect t.ilirfaction despatch. Charleston, J.<'. V
BRADLF.Y. CO, I to alt and Fnit tho mastjatitiaiatu taste A well selected stock, suitable to the demand'of the market.flfi.W.ffE TEAS. for the Atlantic and Gulf CARRIAGES of every description at tie lowott

38 Ann Street, y moderate I. : Tea of direct and of 34 varieties froma aug. 5-1 y such as can be,warranted
' I. THE CHEST. For my services I shall require a com- importation, in he fullest term. by
J5Z3 mission, not exceeding ten cent, according to 't 1-4 to 1 Ib. in a package, all warranted and at july[ S-tf M. ].NATIIA.V .
SIR ASTI.UY COUI:n AKrMM.D., the nature of tho business. per HOLLOW WARE, RAZORS, PCISSORS, COFFEE BUTTS, hOOKS*STAPLES, SPADES, AXES, extremely low prices.EfCountry :McQueen Mcintosh,

the eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a DAVID M. GAZLEY, MILLS, SCREW FILES, POWDER SPIRIT LEVELS, BUTCHER and SHOE Dealers supplied, by order- ATTORNEY AT LAW Joseph) Whildcn
valU6b1.Il'gAe1 to the world in bis SHOT, LED, DRAWING KNIVES, KNIVES, COTTON CARDS, BELLOWS ,
Office( 22 Kin -btreet accompanied with V V
up-sUiiT, > ng V
= Jacksonville. E. F. dealeria
Great l-rc\'Cutat1\'c Co1bumpt1oI1 KNIVES, FORKS and CARVERS, ,
Awn Mardi 10, 3-ly Charleston, S. C. 'SIlE ,SPOOSSClIAlXS, WINDOW STOPS, AUOERS.SAWS GARDEN FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, Jtc., Smith & Bradford.ATTOUXMYAT Paints' Oils and Glass

: t UNFAILING. CURB 'OR PULMONARY \\HLLTilf&Ll & Co ROPF. TACKS, HOLTS, SQUARES, 8-tf.also always kept on T.hand.MCMILLAN. No. 11 HAYNE-STREET, -,-
without the use of Medicine. Formerly of j Furmerly of Lairtonrille, PLAINS, GOUGES, POCKET KNIVES, TOOLS,CHISELS,TAP BORERS, ) Jacksonville Foundry i 2011C3TGS IH CHAtifJIST, XV T/"EEPP cf PA constantly IMS nle.agenraJa'Bortinnt
Eir.A. C, Bart. invented and adtiecd tho usoof York bist., S. C, I Jieavfort Diet, S.C., SPRING BALANCES, NAILS, &c, Ac.,Aim Alligator and Ntumantctile, Fla. WINDOW anIIOIL.ufaflkind.GLASS YARNIS1IES ,
the Sea Island and Cotton WOOD-WARE such as BUCKETS, BROOMS, PAILS, AXE 11ELVES, .. ;j.i ADMACHINE and SASHES, SPTS'
MEDICATED FUR citEs TRTET&RI Upland WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted i TRl'E. TIXE SPIEIT GAS' COTTOX FOOfJ

all persons of all ngcs and conditons, as a 1 and Rice BOOKS AND STATIONERY- WORKS. to them. GIN FIXTURES; GLUE and L11USIIE3 of variouakin.b. -

TO certain and a cafe shield ngain consumption. Blank Books, Fools Cap and Letter Paper, Pencil, Wafers, .!'cn S03.1ingfax with fc selection of ilE Subscribers, having made sstenaive and M. WHIT. SMITH, I j n. EISADronK, I (nor 23-ly'
< t Bronchitis, A thm& Cough, Cold and other ufflirtionsbf FACTORS, FORiVARDlSS** School Books, Standard Works, and light reading. T valuable improvements in their establishment Office at AI1i 1tor. I Office at Newnansulle. I. Fraser & V 3
the which arise from tho exposed AND july7-ly Tiioiapscu,
Lungs, are now prepared to furnish
state of the chest, according fashion, and the COMMISSION MERCHANTS GROERIES and PROVISIONS. FACTORS AND ,
of from
Steam Entities
continual changes of our climate. i full assortment Family Groceries, lEarns, Bacon, Pork, Lard Beef, Tongues, Mackerel, Potatoes, 1 to 100 hONes, any required power, EDWARD SSELL, Jr., COMMISSION MERCHANTS
"The Protector"is mply a chemically prepared I SOUTH ATLANTIC WhARF, CHARLESTON, S. C. Beans, Flour, Bread, Crackers, .., &e., Jlills; Attorney at Law
; has been in the and Saw ; J.Yrnth
Sr. Partner
for, lined with eilk and padded, which, nwpendod OUR Factorage WINES AND. LIQUORS.Fine Sugar Mills; ; A ND Adg& Wharf
from the neck, covers the chert in so agreeable a Business about twenty years, Old Brandy, New Whiskey, Dourboun Whiskey, Rectified and Common Whiskey, Champagne, Horse Powers; NOTARY PUBLIC. Charleston, S. C.rnrD'E t
V and and Attention .
)I. f manner that once worn, it becomes a necessity and wo hope by experience to give Madeira aijd Port Wines, Schnapps, lo, &c. Grist Mills, --z.yn-iacit i Dan .a Tnoas..
HutUfaction. March 17-ly Office In Reed's New IJrlck -
a comfort. FANCY GOODS. and all other machinery used ia this country.
'The Proteto aUhougb but recently intru- I MiAV GOODS FOR S>I'll INGW. ItJ 1I Iron and Brass Castings. April 71] Jacksontille, E. ;la. [1 'rjn- lare Factors 1
eed ito America I,nitklng rapid irogre through I I G. Bancroft ash House Perfumery, Soaps, Tooth, Xail and Hair Brushes, Dressing Comb, Looking-Glasses & 7" Steamboat, Saw Mill and other repairing, G. II. VERONEE- & BRCL Jt)
the Stub'!', the ('enadas, south Amorka, The above, which enumerates but comparatively few articles of our pretenStock, we offer to. attract at short notice. jESfc Dental Notice.W.S.BOSTWICK trQB **\ Wholmmle Dealers: in ., V '
I aDd the Welt Indies. It for a long time I 253 & 255 King Street, the attention of the Public, Uusting that those who may be induced to call upon us by it will have I B&r All m.ichinejy purchased from us will be would rcspectfulg PL.H.Y I .AT.T) J..JP..J.T'lED Err WA2T.KE .: 41 I
a staple article in England and on the coni.-II I CharltttM, S.C. no reason to regret the same. apriL23 in operation in of the State by ly inform the ciUzens Jacksonville and iU vicinity I-
Ln put any part this method of
now rcccUiug our usual large an t that informing their friends f
while it has grown in countries 'l7EItE ,having opened an office in the Dagncrian -
many machinists ben desired
net and J.
competent 1\ and
o Europ -h'I itiwortmcut of upon enstomcn that they have recently nad 7 f
of on article of drC. Gallery, on Forsyth street will attend to all branches -

4' To demonstrate there facts enquire of any En- I Fancy & Staple Dry Goods, WATCHES' JEWELRY SILVEE WAREAND reasonable Drawings terms.and Estimates Com meJ, without eareCulmanner"of DENTISTRY, in the most approved and large prepared additions to execute to their all orders machinery in the; and above liD! I I i

gush resident in your vicinity of his knowledge of for Spring Trade, and are prepared to ofFer greater charge. MOONEY & GOOKIN, :' with neatness and dispatch. Oar Waxes
the beneficial effocU of wearing tho Protector, I C yNerves of aching teeth- destroyed without art all :
iuiiiu-cincutj, than ever before to Cash Custoinrs. July -' Founders Machinists. warranted not to leak and to Loot tie best work-, .
WITHOCT ICt E ro IJRISG tlf any kind. The We adhere strictly to our established cus- pain. lec2-2ni, maiu Iu"j>. '.
I cost of wearing these articles ie a lucre trifle, and (Oil of ONE PRICE ONLY. FOUNDRY IRON WORKS. Terms made' i
M WILLIAM accommodating, and Country orders
I one will last tome ear Ko one whoolues tho j Charleston,J In.20,8)5. (Gin) V Fancy Goods. dA' R. W. UIUGS & Co., : M. T U N X O, promptly att n.t..l to V V ,
I ; heat of hhnll or his family vi1t bo without .pr JW. mriW Fla. (Late Tunno, Pinckney & Co,) Also Country Roofing and Guttering clone with
r in this not alone
lb The Iloppitah country are IIARTKIDGE & TIMANUSHAYR
A"RE now prepared, to execute promptly orders PACTC :R. patch. .
recommending them,but rapidly lutroducing :
tem in tore and wilt Fell ht 2for Saw Mills Mills 63 STATE STREET th !
As the becoming more a small advance GEORGE0 Steam Engines, Sugar A5DC01MMISSION near *Market..
Pale is increasing Ilydroinagen to I aluioxt incredible extent. CASH, the following articles, vii: FLAGG and Pans, Grist Mill, Horse Powers, Iron and MERCHANT nov. 13-Cm Ckailetton. S. C-
(:ROCIRICS AND PROVISIONS. Brass Castings and every variety Machinery. CIUOIL-KSTOX HOTEL *
. Last ,
year in'LndM Jacksonvl11c. Eas1i F1orc1.a. Casting, Forging antI Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, For Florida and Southern Georgia MIXER V
I'lour, barrels, half barrels and sacks; ) :- ,
I GuS'Led Dlbl 1'lri" IIi Butter Lard Hums Baou Sides Mackierel l Steamboat, and other repairing. PRODUCE Corner Meeting and Ilaync Streets
rahed ; ; ; ; ; WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that ;
'JI&bur& Cod flab Cheese English Raishna in Thay will continue the manufacture an keep North Comercial Wharf Charleston S.C. julja CharUttonJt.C. ,tf
corks Thb scar the number ; ; Dairy; Layer ,
he has his old stand
Sles again opened at constantly on hand, tficir variety of Plows, Timber .\nJ91
1. wIll far boxes and quarter boxes; Brandy Cherries; C ioeoato MaylO na1. treet. SavannahCa. [5m.8SO MIlLS 1IU1JSE. V .-
surpass tblL
,.< value Lemon Syrup Coflcc Rio Old Go\' Ja- S U IBItS' BLOCK Caw, Chain, ic., to which they respectfully invite -
Ak the Faculty their opinion! of their 8 ; ; crnra TIIOSAS S. MCKERSON/
isprevcntative for CoronA, COLP, BnoscoiTis, \'a and Motha, Tea Oolong, Gun Powder, and selected t stock of patronage. July -ly It C WARD. Corner os Meeting and Queen ,
with and well Streets <
,. Crushed Coffee Porto Rico a large RAXAWAY from the
Young Hyson Sugar, sJeamerCar-
I ASTIIVI, aM ; >ly3Vharltthtn ,
Jacksonville '
C'lrUITl0N., pr. Cria.LAmES' and New Orleans; Candles, Adamantine, Star and W aE r HiI2W W Blacksmlthlng: K olina whilst laying at her wharf in Jackson- ; ?
do. do pI:5 do. :pcnn ; DorMa, Syrup; :New Orleans Molasses; t AIDMACHINE title, on or about the first March hwt a PAVIMUX hOTEL : "

BOTI. 1 MISSES' d< 25 do. $t-garf, fix.ui si: 10 &to per thonpand; Tobacco, SHOP, negro man named JULY. He ia of black complexion IU L. LUTTEIIFIELD,
'NOTICE.-From tho Retail Prices we make avery Irginia, Fig, Rough A Ready, and Yellow Bank; FANCY GOODs"to : At former Starul of &clgt c1:. about 25 or 30 years ef age', ant has a Corner Meeting and flajel-ota.
+ liberal allowance to Jobbers and WLollsler MiUus, 1 gal, 1-2 gal. and 1-4 gal. jars; Soaps, which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the BURNISHES Plon-hs of all kinds Timber Carriages surely countenance. lIe is about 5 feet 10 imlics julyS CfutrleitonS.C. t

I, .that any storekeeper way make a profit o Colgate's No. I l.Pale, Castile and Toilet; Worcester New York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as JT Carts, Chains fur Mill, Mill work of high. His wife Is living at Palatka and he is Notice. ,
their tale, while they are an article hay may be Sauie, Pepper Sauce; Yeast Powders, Musiir.l and price that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. all kind, Sugar Mills, &c.t1"'Pllrticular probably in that: neighborhood. Theabove- reward THE CO-PAiiTNERSUIPBader the firm ef
(kept in any ttore, among any claw of goods, .* ll Ginger;, Cinnamon, spice, Nutmegs, Block regards style assortment be found attention paid Su\m COat andSaw will be given by the subscriber fi r bt*apprehension PICKNEY t CO, istlusday dL.oIved. -
r, p For terms, apply toe Pepper, Cloves. Mace, Ftarth, Sal Eratu.-, Cook- Among my may Mill reparing. AVheelwrighting done atsbor- and confinement in jjiil at Jacksonville,or The gottlomcnt of 4ts affairs by mntual
& ) OrT, BRADLEY A CO,, log Soda, Table Salt, Shot Lead Powder, 1-4, WATCHES BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do., NAPKIN test: notice. l 3?" All orders left at the store of S. delivered to (the Captain of the boat agreement, devolves on WliUAM M. TUNSO,
3 An Street, yewYork.A 1-2 Lrgi t and, caci tcrs. RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS, Ac., Ac. N. Williams will be promptly attended to. March 3l-tf L. M. CO mER. to whom all persons having demands or beiagin
t J liquors Wines & PATENT LEVERS (full jeweled,)
e. FINE GOLD 19-tf J. A. FARMAR. debtcJar referred.
and aug ,
Constantly on hand made to order from
I Warning. pure Sign, and Ornamental 1J14
." Brandy, Old Otard and Cognac; Whiakey, Rcc- DETACHED V Painting. WILLIAM M.
VHT Delay not; haibornot in your mind tIll, tilled, llonungabela Old Family Rye and Old II II LAPINES, coin, and warranted FOR nilLADELPIHA. THE suh.cribeJ'.leingoowpormancntl1 located, RQ PINCKNET TUNNO.: '
. oulenoe of fools' philosophy, that a disease will Bourbon; Rum,Jamaica and New England; Gin (with A without hunting ca!ess.) CUTLERY.From Falls hU services to the citizens of Jackson- Charlcstonr Angcst Slit,1334.Sept. .
New Houte to Niagara the Grea
got cured of it1 or that you con cure it witlicer- Jolland and Pale; Wines, Champagne, Madeira SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do. title, in the above branches, ami solicits a share .I 2 J.
TV t hern Lakes and 'anada.Fare J3
I. tain a few dolhirs, Beware how you Sherry, Port, Tencriffe, Claret and Malaga; a' DETACHED ". do. do. the celebrated inufoctory of Geo. Wosten- or ( patronage. JAMFS IIARKNZS3.

.S .'-t.tamper with your general welfare.Y Champagne Cider Ale and Porter. U LAPINES, do. do. hulm & Son, con/iting of ,t Reduced.From 3?" N. B.-Gilding, Graining, Bronaing &e. The Subscriber.-

. : ., wild audiiuu youths, why will yen persi4 Paints and Oils. From good makers, which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS Savannah through to Niagara Falls, 823, executed with neatness and dispatch. Continues business heretofore
it. .i dosing w nauseatingcomiwuuds dai- l'alnts-Whit.o Lead, No 1 and pure, at Char- good time keepers. RAZORS, Ac. and l distance shorter than by any other Route. ApriL 23-ly. derthe name of TUNNO PINCKNUY carried ca *n-

. prle thereby impairing your oppctie and baton prices; French Line, a pure article; Oils, JEWELRY. '"PlIE well known first class side-wheel Steamship and tenders lo Us,friends the renewal of Jt. CO.
.' destroying you mentally A wel a Linseed, Salad, Sperm, Whole and Lard. FANCY GOODS, KEYSTONE STATE, Capt. R. HAR- FOR SALE. vice WILLIAM. kis ser-
;p'li.whea yon can'1 cud with a do- Hardware. Such as CORALS, PORTE MONIES, ACCORDIONS DIE, sails from Savannah for Philadelphia every V A VALUABLE tract of Land on Amelia Scptl Ttt.
; ant medicines Axes-Leverctt's, Collins and BruSs; Ames' JOL'D"GUARDS, FOB AND VEST CHAINS. PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AND alternate Wednesday follows: May 23d; June _Island 5 miles from the contemplated depot, ._ 213
1 .... Yoa who are thai annoyed and wish to L restored shot vis and Spades; Garden Rakes, Planter's CH.\TELAIKS, LOCKETS, BRACELETS, OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, 6th and 30th ; July 4th and 18th ; Angnst 1st, Yellow Bluff, containing 750 acres good planting SI,0. Merchants Hotel, $1,'0.
to buLb and vigor by a treatment once lloos, NUR. 2, 3 and 4; Corn Mills, Saws, CrossCut PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS, SEALS, PAPIER-MACUEE JEWEL CASES 15th and 29th, Ac. 4c., leaving Philadelphia the land. There is on the premises a small dwelling Charleston S. C.REDUCTIOX V -
, 1 $.asant.ndeflectua!, should consult Dr. )IOR1 Tcn"n und Island; Trace Chains, Fifth DIAMON RINGS, REGARD Do. ROSEWOOD WORK intermediate Wednesdays. As regards speed, house, ant out houses, a cotton Gin and Gin house, I: PRICES
kiS. iLls success in chmuio d'wcai-cs baa been "hninHj Grindstones, Trowel, Angers, Patent GOLD TUIMBLES, SLEEVE BOXES. PORTABLE strength and accommodations, there U no*bip running all of which together with the premises, will be j5 THE undersigned having leased tub Hotel,
: create* ihaa that of any other physician of bi day. Wrenches, Pots, Ovens, Griddles Fry Pans, Spiders AND COLLOR BUTTONS, WRITIFG DESKS, on the const superior the KEYSTONE sold reasonable.Also iJisituatcd in King Street solicit from the travel
)11.l have been for years afflicted dii4 Ovens, Muffle, Baker, Hooks and Hinges, STUDS, CUFF PINS, RETICULES, FANS, COMBS, STATE. Smooth water 100 miles on Delaware two email tracts on the south end of the ling public a share of patronage.' Board, $1/0
I eu resulting from CXCMS, ha\e I lung Nails, Ha ps and Staples, Shingling Hatchets. BROOCHES, EAR RINGS, BRUSHES, THERMOMETERS.TUILDRENS'- Bay and River; only two nights at sea. Cabin Island, one of two hundred, and the other fifty I per day; single dinner, 50 cts.only. .
,1 M I been restored&health and vigor under bU really C. G. Hammers, Manilla Rope 3-4, I and 1-4 GOLD SPECTACLES,EYE GLASSES Passage, $20; Steerage, S3. acres containing a lnxurantgrowth of Lhe Oak. July m V JAMES: M. HZEST.

acientifie te inch. PLAIN AND SErF RINONS, TOYS, TEA BELLS, This Line, in connection with tho ,new NorthWestern Also, a tract containing one hundred and thirty WM.)1. LAWTON .
Should Interview bo Me, Saddlery. CHILDREN'S LOOPS SCARF PINS, Ac acres, adjoining tho Seaton CO.
objectionable Together with various other articles too numerous Rail Road Route from Philadelphia, affords tract on the St Mary's
state dueave in writing.- nclwe &\'. dollars Paddles-ll'xiean. Kentucky, Spanish and Wagon SILVER WARE. to mention.N. j the shortest cheapest and uiostjintercsting Rver. Applj to FACTORS AND .
, tI -** Tr Dr. W.II.MORlllS, through the Post- ; Collars, Kip Split And Hog Skin; Padded B.-CLOCKS,'WATCHES,and JEWELRY, Route from the South to Niagara Falls the Great JOHN M. PONS, Agent. COMMISSION MERCHANTSLAb.
I p)1 office, Savannah, Ga., and a package of medicines, laimen, Green Haiiucs; Blind Bridles, Cart Saddles COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT thoroughly. repaired and van anted, at the thortett Northern Lakes and Canada; passing up the Yal- Jacksonville, May 12, lS5itf 13 Southern JJ' f. V '
; T. Hn11 put up, will U> sent privately and withy and Breeching.Domestics. FORl\S,TADLE,DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, notice. W TERMS CASH. [Ioct28-ly leI of the Schuylkill by Valley Forge, through Charleston s.c.
-deipatch, full of directions \ no ques- SUGAR SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do., Reading, the famous Coal regions of Pennsylvania For Sale or Rent. Wm. M. Lawton, I \Vm.M.'l'ayf";
turns aaked.Perwtt .' Omabnrgs, Coweta and Ogwego; Denims, Tick- Williamsport, Elmira and Canandiagua and tft THE SUbSCRIBER offers for sale or rent, It. Wainright Bacon, I| Joseph T DilL
. *thing at a dio afflicted with Sr lags, Shirtings and Marine Stripes j Florida Factory reaching Niagra Falls and the Great Suspension 1.his dwelling house in the Ticinity of Finegan's July

: t Jt Old tll Tettr. Cr Piles, }' Thread. New Goods! New Goods! Bridge in sixteen hours from Philadelphia; tra. Mill, of on Ilogans Creek, which is the Eastern boun 8KEUFFER.. lIE 1JRlX & Co
A Grtl Ool any dinea.-e what Wood Ware. &c. versing a country unrivalled ic the grandeur and dary the Town. The house is nearly new, has
t ver d an aggravated character,e Buckets, Painted; Tuba, Cedar and Painted ; beauty of its scenery. Through Tickets, allowing commodious out houses, a. good well and is generally .
I / '. W cured at home by t1i Dr. MORRIS, by : Well Buckets,Bail Boxes, Nests; Brushes,Scrub. passengers to stop at intermediate points and resume a desirable and pleasant residence for tha sale of __
b letter"oiL paid, Shoe, Horse and White Wash, Brooms Wire, AMBLER & HOEGr their journey at pleasure,-for said by the WILLIAM MOONEY. I Flour Grain and Produce Generally,
4 ,' Medlcinei pleanant and pate, can be tent j>cr Jai Hearth and WL>p; Selves, brass and wire; Axe Agent at Savannah. Fare from Savannah to N. Jacksonville, April 29, 1335-tf. julyS> Charleston S.C. tf

j : I any part of the United tatea. Helves Matches, Bed Cords- Plough Lines, Have just received their Fall supply of Merchandize, consisting offJffffL Falls, the Suspension Bridge or Buffalo, $23; toFimirs Private i GEO. ABBOTT 4 CO.

Piul auntoo'en t the treatment of Co Clothes ILltTmboE.Till.UnS Pins Table Mats. : : : : : $26 ; to Canandaigna '21. AA THE subscriber Boarding.respectfully the I No.-East-lSay, (opponU Boyet $CV!.Wharf) .
may expect to keep a tn' .n-'EB1E R. ft. .HJ' p'lI, 4
at S. C
we L atite ., Agent Savannah JjJCLpnblio! that he is prepared to accommodate Charleston ,
r Iplrties Hour Albns, or Whie I'c supply of the above articles always on hand, and May 19-6m C. A. L.LAMAR. Dtoler.
F.ll:of the dwell < will supply Dealers"and Planters, at as low rates CORN. FLOUR BACON PORK. HAMS, BUTTER. LARD, fa, *C-, V good limited board number at of (families or single persons with SPIRIT- GASS V AXD C.ufPHEXE.

consult to lay the aside Doctor.. .e delecacy, and promptly I, as they, with can freight be obtained added. in Charleston'or Savannah .- With a full supply of FAMILY GROCERIES. V., Salamander Lightning' The house, is reasonable situated in rates.a pleasant part of the with Lamps of V every" description, lbs the same

: All letters Cr taltf must Jacksonville, Fla, May, 1S53. CONDUCTORS., town corner of Ocean and Monroe streets, Jacksonville ALSO
nclve I Goods V and American
L English mite Lead
P4 enduing'a fee. Address Dr. W. I ..-J:1orHa Republican copy.FROST Dry These are the only Permanently Safe Florida. A. COY ,Paints'
r Savannah, Geo LIGHTENING RODS January 1, IS55-tf. I "of vcry kind Linseed and Spexm

tVCUUltngEoutnsNo.8813ryanstreetopoad. : : & BOULTER, Of PRINTS, a large and well assorted stock, yet invented. Land !July Oil GlasJ Putty, &&

) Monument Su july 22J- General Commission Merchants : Linens TIlE insulation is perfect, and not subject to for Sale. i COKDICT, JENNINGS & Co-
Ginghams Sheeting BonnetRibbons impair in the of those of SUBSCRIBER offers for sale 1000
) J 01 ;State Street,Boston llass. DeLains Taffetas struction. The article speaks for itself, and those i Pine and Hammock Land in AI- X
ShirtirigCrash No 165
I.f MACHINERY for Carpenters I WILL r'IYltrict and prompt attention to sale interested in the ecnr'ty of their houses, will satisfy I achna county, which will be sold at a bargan for I Meeting Street
: \, ," V and.Joiners' work of every dept ion, such ( LUMBER, TIMBER, COTTON and Alpacas, Osnaburgs, Hosiery, Florence,Silks, themselves by calling on Mr.'A.M.REED, cash if applied for soon.' Any information can be JulyS CkarUstm,8.C._,
'I .1nl'. SASH STICKtNO'and'MOULDINl other Southern Produce. of Jabksonville, FIlL. or Mr. WALTER KIPP, bad by addressing me at Palatka., MATTHIESSEN VHARA,
,win w ie..ide oct 7-tf OLIVER FROST. Cashmeres, TrimmingHandkerchiefs, Lady's Collars, our sole Agent for the erection of these rods in feb 3-tt JJ.>An. OW. \VDOLESALE V CLOTHING HOUSE
4. : '*.".OltICE heavy or lich ROYAL BOULTER Blankets &c. &c.CLOTHING. East Florida. No.143 East Bay corner Queen. I
. SCROLL fAW8r .
) iimple. ie. Charleston
V a DWYER t AFGHINBAUGII.I3TCAUTION In the Circuit julyS S.a tf
-4 Court of the Eastern &
.1 a very fine 20 bone ENGIEncarly J. H. Ilockcnbaugh -No one is authorized to nao Circuit
of Florida
w '
A % Cameron McDernud A WARDLAW 1
t Mostard I 'CE\Env. J ,- our patterns in Eat Florida,but our above named In ; WALKER & BURNSLDE V ,
1Two'3Oteet FURNACES,complete Cotton Factors and -
-- with Ire bar DOtLER, __ COMMISSION l\l1 MERCHANT A fine assortment VESTS, fine COATS' BUSINESS COATS, SACKS and SACKSTEES, OVERCOATS Agent fmh3-ly) D. A A. Donnas F MI-COB Complainant, > Bill for ..COMMISSION MERCHANTS.4,

b : Any information,will be gladly given, by ad- hi2PcwtjSred.M Y. SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS,*COLLARS,'CRAVATS, STOCKS, ;.. JCNE! 16 1855. JOBS N.MI50R Respondent,. S Divorce. North Atlantic Wharf
JNO. II. A1IEFUL attention will be given to sales oW Complainant being filed in this it
paid,) LOPEZ c BILL JulyS ,tJ1'kIlon'S.C.
; : re.ul1Ir 'Charleston, S. C. Cotton, Rice, Sugar, Lumber, Timber, >another < u: a..V ,:.t .. a V ,HAY HAY !! I' HAY to the 'satisfaction of tho Court _
Southern Produce. Merchandise that the said Respondent resides without V II.,v. :iSnAN. .
Also the
i v \UneS, Liquors and SegarsSAM'L advantageous term. Julj.8Af purcbajodon TUBS., 'eedaund aIntad,-'BUCKETS, MEASURES, KEELERS, covered": FLOUR and SUGAR, m ust BALES' received PRIME by Schr.EASTERN EAGLET HAT from,- On motion Charles Broward. Solicitor for Complainant 117 King blrut. : .
BLACKWOOD has Juat received a fresh V -BOXES, AXE,HELVES, WASH BOARDS, MARKET BASKETS, 4c., I.V Maine. it is V baa In store an Immense stock of

r I rf WINES,LIQUORS andSEGARS, J. ,Holmes, : : VV V ,aseWt1 l4e i3 It is unnecessary to speak of the superior quality Ordered That a hearing of the facts charged V V WINDOW, SUAD S. *
100 Wall Stret N.'Y., If in said Bill of Complainant be whIch ho is now offering at such u to -
7 at hit old stand on Bay street, and now offer to ( V V.V of Eastern hay as contrasted with North River had at a terra of prices present
_-iU stomen as choice aa assortment "tTTII-L, pay particular attention to sale*of VelVV A:, largo and complete 'assortment of all kinds: llay, to those who have used both articles. this Court, to beholden at Jacksonville, In the great- Inducements' \ .'
market eaa offer. Segue sold by t1 e thouianZ low l-lne lumber LIre Oak and '. V ,Our market has hitherto been supplied by what County of Duval, on the first Monday in July AUO : .'
t' ,Wines ly UM basket or bottle Liquors by the dcmUohn other SOUTHERN TIMBER and1'RODGCElUld V b known as "Shipping or North River Hay," an next, and that said respondent do appear and Lace and Muslin Curtains Satin ..I>am-'
or caUoo or by the dOleD in bottles. to order for purchasing MERCHANDISE HSSHSHS.BRUSHES V article which we are attempting to drive from the plead, answer; or demure to'said Bill of Complaint asks La.>aa at a great hargain.COL'RTENAY. july8tfS.
.If.*"v WINES.' Jul17-U ,,' market on or befo.e said day, or decree win there V
by introducing .
COLOG a superior article of Eas ''
TJ. SOAPS; r ES .& :O.
PERFUMERY, 0. &O.XET from in the if the said .
i IF The stock comprised of CHAMPAIGN, 1IJ. Iron HAL.12. tern Hay, even at the pass same manner as respondent BOOKS ANn CHEAP
samolrieo. STATIONERY
-' V had and was in ,
appeared present court.
SIIEU't CLARET Twenty-five none, I -
PORT Steam .
>URA ic Engine with 'H'll' : .
ic : V It is further Ordered That a copy of the above :
LIQUORS. Pipes ; complete.
; (\JItIA. Slartel and One Seven Horse Steam Engine and Boiler auortment that; has"be offered' in this market .- NOTICE.V order be published In some public newspaperpnblished Jnly9 No. 3 Broad Street, CharlestoaS.C1
Old Cognac, Otard Cnrrean, .com.- The largest consisting of common ware, white In this State for the of three ,
.I Old Holland plete. and Marble setta, Glassware, Preserve and Fruit TUE. SUBSCRIBER forewarnes all persons space months. H. JESSEN V ,
Cognac White Brandy Gin, and Granite! Mnlbery Dishes all styles and qualities of before the day oppointed for said ,
,4 .Scuappa, Bovboo Woooojahtla Scotch and Irish One Circvlar Saw Machine, of Page's Manufac Tumblers Goblets,_ Wine GUs8esFluid! and OilLanips Candlesticks Lanterns,Jogs Jan,Spittoons&eV .L of agsinattrad1ngforsPrcaaisory0fo-Robert Bares V WILLIAM A.hearin" DEALERS IN CROCEBIES"LI-
WfcUkey Jamaica and Santa Cms Rum, Porter ture. :. vor given by Ensily HaU,' as I Judge of the FORWARD. ; QUOR5; SEGARS &. .-
: t HARDWARE. V determined Circuit Oourt
Ale of iffercat brand and oa draft, Champaign0f All the above machinery !It new and well mad. f- '* *. t -. ,.. to pay- iL.' : of the Eastern Circuit of nly9 No. 139 East Bay Char.ItOnS.cPtf
23' Florida.
4ur it.I'1.k. and will be sold low for taiL i Selected exprewly to upbejoonUar demands, this market goods for building and Mill I june JAS.E.. ALLEN March 24,1955.I V

''I' BEGA.RS. Apply 12-tf .MOONE A GOOKIN. purposes, Carpenters'" .tools, Ao, 4o., H' V W For 'Welaka Fla. do hereby eerW'llha.t the foregoing"a true W. BANCROFTS Co.. V
May '
Founders Machlnwts.Copartnership
t 1 ." PI moat approved Irani : .WINES.LIQUORS.. V' VtaJPalatka and Intermediate Landint.:. copy of the original order In my office. NET CASH JOBBING HOUSE.*
TOBACCO. Notice. March 24,1855-3m .lEO STONE. V V Noa. 253 & 255 King Street;
I.' -TeWnr Bank Fine Cot la tinfoil James River The undersigned have entered into a Copartner PINE OLD BRANDT-; HOLLAND GIN and BOURHON,WHISKEY, btUed.V 'Do.. In cask*. -JF K The steamer' MINOLE, CapL 'c' CAa "S.Co": "
I for the Practice 'r f V ALETEBCIUMPAXGNE CU'DR' U. & S&SC3m PosTXtL will proceed to Welaka
.)11asii gredada nzfsty fIl t cbotCtl&. ship of Law. on .)nLI EBY. -V
SUBSCRIBERS ,b* found for the present In the erected Wednesday 31st hut and continue to make V V<
MCQUEEN McINTOSh, TIIEj nwy: "ow.hui1dbta for temporary regular AGNEW FISHER &nODE?
JnnaSO-tf FRANCIS LWUBATON. liCe OB tWO rite of the old stand destroyed by (re. They hope to opra the year 1855 ia the large and trips, to that plaice every other' Wednesday .i MRS// BARENESS,having located in Jackson- FACTORS AND, COMMISSION MERCHANTS -
t 41 .- XOTfCCrww Jacksonville,NOT.19, 1tL elegant store,corner Qcean and Bay it rfrts, rhioh Is bOW In court* oferecuon.V dee 2tfIlIESJlfe. I thereafter until further% notioe., ladies thereof e., F1a. would'respectfully inform the 'I V .
For freight or passage apptg to ,and surrounding country, that she '
..lot laJet'Ud te tHjIcrsigned an Teed Teaslt TeaalllTUET > will be happy to receive orders In her.. Rue Accommodation Iflaa1ssoiiS.C.V
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.l1.'iepedlaDlleql1eIW to come forward and received a inpply tf;frwaTEAS,'Black; 8.SF TI V : that may 09 entraMed toJier.Boddenc*on Mao- V '
d1; LIke payment j and);m. would ca..UOIUU persons J and Green ia I Ibl, 1-2 Ib. and 1-4 lo. package .CO'FEEGROL't. CODA TWTE5,clear cool and iparklfar, with MADERA'.AND OLD',BORT,WINES,OLD roe street adjoining the Presbyteriaa.VCburcb.' ., W ., Buke.; N'4.V
I j nat eettnng antifl to his favor to any ether *, ranging from.I 50 to 60 cU. 1 per pound," i ._'4) .1 Po sytnpIQcthI: most delicate !flavor. to be had. SCHEDAM.8CUNAPPS, ,EiTN.B.Ladies.and.Miuses bonnets tentI. ,SHIP BROKER 'GQ1t.A '

Bttioo bat UmclL front Pekin Tea Company at Corner Eut Bay and Comberlud-SU. it the counter on draught at expressly for medical purposes at ____ mAr' haW Ac.bIacke t'3o-t1 s.un DUCKWOOZ Nay 19-3t A JTIIJCAn11IALL.- ,.Ila V Charlcttmg.O it April 25, 1 5.--3t. .ATOTDBCAIT HAIL. May 19-3t APONUECAItY BALL 28-ly. "* Stajinkt Otti; .