The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1856
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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For .c Oflu.Il"CCt. SELECT POETRY grow old and do: with tho everlasting V CI say H'* no use, Tom, I'd just as lief i f : tbe *"'And r -- -- > 4 1 V ,:
thurnpety thump of your old hammer ding.in .., as live What's I, 'Keep money what would you the manner in which it has to be employed. ., i V
so. the
Thl'vb In 2 3 to 3O use ofpoking aIon ; I I keep it for? We had .
.1.Th before .
'lLlI money enough t Where the soil
hours to rilaUa: THEir .\UTIS, X'. in soy cars. this blight and thesur-. V '
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7'V \ fjr.the station: tie then,bold and all Cite clean
I Tn'ronnr. STEAMER *. 'But what would yoa have Hannah ?' Well, I! ; you I the judgement of tho planter V f
A HCOAXXE. used to ,want was to make a show like will teach him .
the husband with that tbtJ'.f is '
asked .
a tone and expression I more. You needn't look surprised, for I Mrs. Wilkins. I no ceorssitj V

CAROLINA Lift tip tL me iron hand- of pain. m just what I say. I've got the \\ I' back into old Surely home you wouldn't go for so deep plowing, nor for so many fur- V V .
and have take
your to rows. the V
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Thon of the etalwart arm and foarlen What ? uttered the woman, energetically. -I and I can use it. l'\c found the Philosopher's I care of 'i h:1uJthero tba : ; V, I
own children and do soil i.s
M.' cox E T T E 11, COMMANDER. I, eye 'Why-I'd have some higher place Slone I your your tenacious and inclined to ran to. V ),

.k resume her nKU1ar trips for the euun.'I t! LU11'Nndl.r. now, thine iron head on high- in the worlJ than a mere cabbietife !I' I The irAfff, Tom T cried IJAn h. f th own cooking and, and find'Your own eggs in t I gether or to pack, it can not be too thorn ._ .' t V V
1T1LL 1'irm and unlimited stand! Lay have the fuss or "
I' h Jeivins South Uh rf, on TL'E-SDAY, '.\: llannah, we were once the happiest I The Philosopher's Stone.' husbinuandhueto your own I oaghly broken. In light, upland soils, fop ;' I.

li! J5 h"iutw at li lf ja t two o'doik 1', M,, and I No need hat thou of geuu couple in town and you were then only I Bat wh.\t" that 7' ;, l 1 at nine go to bed every night I instance, a wr1.uftiei nt preparation for % 1 ..
TULJJDAV at tU. tame time Le vill Ie;,'. what now.- or ten o'dock. WhYt 'Oll're crazy, corn crop i ia Cected by laving off the ,
.t r To deck the you arc 'You only want 'what Why, it's that the rows VI.'.
of something
gives I Hannah
iaekiTBIe.. 11, Jta anJ 'I'alitU ani ttitktr I tcuijJc thy glorious bought t hare owner t f with a scooter furro\r and i V
loot. .
UtKiu>: CIA tL. M. Job&i lUver.feTACES i Thoa hast the jewel which thy ciind unnrou'Lt, you'Lost Mr. power to be rich right olf. If 1'te 'And is it that stone that keeps u? here scooter furrows on each side of running leav .. f fI
cunacct al ll. placet .ant.d wit i ItitLcr than dudctus! Crosby. mind to I can wake up to morrow morning i T0l111' I ,thIS \ ,
lUiritor, Mkluon, and "r interior ton m "of 'Yes, Hannah. You only want back that ,j with you and I both in a palace surround- f 7 'Yes. But i ing the remainder to be broken oat at the/ V t' V ,

Ja"aDd MiddU Flurida, $L Augtiatine, .nJT a ui- ;! Thou art our God's LighStanding i riC5t! old fpirt of contentment.' j ed by richis.' you see I've garded againstany I time when the crop Is ptmtcd.Derq V 4. 'r
:alf of Mexico, 'There it i I such danger, for I've put the PhitosopherU -! land has been prepared in this it ,
Month i Tom f ia '
the CAROLINA Ieralatks i before great Nature's xn'ghfy shrine; I again, Crosby. Because Mrs. Crosby was slow to believe this |Stone in" place where nobody'11ever left in beautiful way, t,' j
as r..l.min"6.'c1k A, M. ThnrsJjy luominj, PicoUta at i I For the nholc world the glcriou t**k i b tUine, I tie: would world hold and my be head up a little higher in but at length Tom convinced her. Yet sb 'I I think of looking fur it. covering with a scooter furrow at planting each side by V V \. I, '

II .'floik. and JscisocriUe on}'riJa1at 3 ',lwk II| To s<,rvad the eternal foa.t.Eren somebody then 1 am not wanted to see the stone. The cobbler took I Where is it, Tom '' of the drill and on 1
knocking oil
j..j{. ru jimg Charleston that iitflt uDX-tlo-- contented Mercy on me would you have a small leather bag from his pocket, and 'I've hung the bag right our chimney Then if the middles with a board. V
.illl the New; York teoaer* Wh wig. lke! the hebrew (chief a soul contented to see everybody t-Uc get- from It he drew a round white stone nearly I I here.' up are broken out with % : .
F.rfreirl tea'aseiu -itf and ctlter J..utioutanapplY I Sfrite.st thou the ling and me be and I turn plow, the entire bed is left fresh an4 1' I
on rock and. from iU dorpMycterion up, obliged to dig bur covered with characters. 'That '
strange is ,
WM. M L.\WTOX 4 CO, hero ?' [ a good place, said Mrs. C. ; and clean,and the last turn plow furrows leav
U, heart, the lit ing waters leap, row I l hieroglyphics) upset the hist point of skepticism l after she I "j
\auti. SonUiern WUarf. this proceeded to dress herself a sufficient ''atet'snide la drain the V .
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JOhN liKOWARlt. Agent, To give the earth relief. Who? getting up hannah t' in Hannah's mind, and she betieTcd.1, making her husband wait till she had finished well. In stiff lands, howcTerrwe favor the V ,' l'
Jacksonville, lla. Why-there's Sarah Brown, Shortly afterwards they sat down to that I V
'I so 'them
kpt.2- I ii-Ltr: nmor.g thy kind, that was-now Sarah Wilkins lookat Mrs. sup- I pesky servants, use of a very long narrow scooter, with .
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..puUicaa copy. ; just I per. Crosby did not observe her woaln't come nigh her more.* ,which the entire bids J
I 5saJc t thou, win of iron toil! luidwnyBetween her. She was where I was once but husband when he any should be plowed '1 !
filled Mail! Line. V put a suspicious-looking Breakfast was eaten as"usual and after out as deeply and "' V
Slates the earth and heaven all to now she has her coach and into I closely as possible.
I thiugs sway servants and powder the tea-pot nor did she notice ; I awhile, three ladies called and sent ., j t ,
TDK XCVT AND ELEGEXT STE. l'\KETI Ey thy Ligh working u +nd. dresses in silks and satins. And then lookat ; particularly that her husband drank only their cards. Mrs. Crosby would, hare. refused up coax PLASTUC, V V

.'-_or'at.1"j" Thou racft delve in tie earth I Tompson, and Cowley, and X thans.- | milk and water. She drank her tea-more I bat her husband c\'crcame her oh.jectious. -- From the twentieth ,to the last cf thj* f

\nil from All of'cm building new houses, and keep I than usualanJ! then arose But some So the ladies called in and Mrs. month, is the iavorite season with man V I

: ST."JO'HNS.C.u'T. ifruiM, encl bring faith I.ure gold; in; their horses and servants. .Lcok at ; how Eh? forgot to clear away the LJe.-!' C. was once more 'en nettles.' furpntingcornandileverythjn.y

rnccnoux Thuu caut unwrap the cloads in Leaven rolled: tl.em. I say-and then look at us.' t! She sat down in her cluar by time, we should embrace 'p "
J.t.TILL I an J ere long she At five o'clock they left, and shortly a (arorai '
V And gin the lightning's birth. 'J ut love where shall I : fell be! spell of weather "
S.XXUI my find asleep. afterwards should one
) ,llEUn \ TUr. Uare money 'I'f Mrs. Crosby t tole away to her occur at pi
:I 1TV,\ f.r 1'ALX'IKA i E: F. touching at the Thou hut the stormy tea I to do buch things?' c1nbcxTom. had been watching her any time after the twentieth of the month, j .

.ratl Lauimj*, e,:rv :ATU1WAY inuniinj, at j I Chained to thy chariot-wbocU, and the wild wir.J I: Find it where other folks find it, Shut Hannah Crosby awoke and looked I I I and he stole after her, and watched 'her, to plant Other ,things being equal, we ) .1 V.

IP o'clock '; up your little, casty shop,aad go into some I around. She was not sure that she was I movements through the key hole. She think the earlier plantings make the hen,. .'
This Beat will reach Jacksonville rcry SnndiT -. OLelthe"erl'UliDoinletl t that binds business more,promising. how do other auakc. She leaped out soft I f first threw herself est corn. Care should be taken in ,
a plant Vi
leave Jaikonvill. i I upon carpet the bed. and there
and will on r.turnio ir Their I'I'i II "j
nulling wing to thee. folks '
find ing to
I'd like secure
rvTue J&v inurning ti o'clock for Satannah.Tfcu money to know ? and rubbed her eyes. she lay some time. Next, she arose and good seeds. The best vane*
JWal bai teen built exprenly for the j>urMf Tb.u raNt Lid Thought go furth I,I But other folks have a faculty which I I *Tom Tom Fur mercy's sake. Tom do went to lie fire place. She lornovcd the ty,lOt our climate is a cross of the gourd V l' ,

*n1 ""T ute Iioom cDmoditiuB have hot,' said Tom, in an earnest wake J' seed and the flint.' Select of this ,
basics HfS8 Upon the electric pinions cf the air, I argu- : up gaudy screen and then reached and took variety V
I I up
offer, one calo J indaccincnti to Inv mentativc lone. *1 have found 1 Mr. the best ears and shell off .
perfect Lappiness Crosby arose to down the little defective
And through the cpjioeelcES! other, the caml beat : a sitting posture leathern bag. She took
lid< and "&en. T.r f-ither jarticulara cEISEEE 4 ;, in my little chop and in neal ; and looked his wife. I' grain. We have frequently 1,
at the seen
.ir.I tit Thy! ,)'or 4s frum South to North and my They were in a out Stone and placed it upon the hearth. LionS of descrip-i V V 4 'j
4 CAXOVA, comfortable home. Health has been large room ; the floor was covered with a I Within the fire place stood a pair of small 1 I new varieties which are represent? II 1'

Apvuts, Jatk on\ill Thou canst new liuds create, I secured to us ; our children are blessings ; I carpet of d'iwny softness; the walls ght- silver and-irons and with one of these Mrs. ed to be wonderful bearers, but we loot; i; .

3. O I'ILL111 I':lalh, Where wild-rolling wa%o no mattery 011'111' I (plenty: vas alwaj s ours, and no man can t| tering with gold and flowers ; the ceiling C. deliberately smashed the stone to atoms. with suspicion upon the marvelous accounts. V 11-!Ifit

CLAti UOIN .1lT A M;(HAM, And the t ait dietaace of .uig kui&JCanst i dun ) ou or me fur dgbl pther folks may ,! po'lintetsumptuously ; the furniture of the I With peculiar chuckle Tom hastened below of the new ,varieties of seeds without in. 1 V V ,

\C"LU. a&uL.Th. thou annihilate 11 be happy with their great houses, and V most costly lind. and the bed itself very and attended himself to preparing his L tending to cast such a doubt.upon;the mere '. j.V. ,
of Jacksonville 14'
Uat connects wi'h for a atdfrum line Palatka fur t I their servants, aud their parties but such marvel of wondrous extravagance. wife's tea. The meal to be eaten was denominated its of it, (for it may tarn cat to be'an extcel'ent I V

tldIli Rid TaUalia and Tampa iec M liiy re'., [Julj 7-lj Thou know'st heaven's ordinances, I I things arc not suited to us. Ah, Hannah, I For mercy's sake, Tom, where are we?' dinner, at when Mrs. Crosby variety,) we notice in some of out J I' '
And their domiuionin the earth tbou eee t. I I }ou could never bo so happy as you have Why, i in our palace, to be sure. Don't came down, she d.5tinctly: said 'supper1! exchanges, reports cf tie V wondtrful -, t \
CENTREL STAGE:: And the Coods Lear thee, in their ehroKds of mist, teen were you to have Sarah Wilkm's place. yoa remember what 1 told you List night ? I I She could cat but little, but she drank productiveness of what is called the .V .

LINE. And bring their fruitfulnees. I She may like it, but you would not. ]! But come tc bed now' l freely of the tea, and within half an hour VV fTyandolt com. 31rl J. C. THOMPSON, "of : V I !

iWXAXS\II.T.l: I 'D nt tell me, Tom Crob). Don't you | 'Are ye crazy, Torn Crosby ? Aren't the I! afterwards, she felt so sleepy that could not Thompkinsvill ,SuteQ IslandNY6endi l' !
r.OilLLIUAT 'H via Lift, then, thy Lsad to heaven; suppose I know AVhat should like I ? I to the American Agriculturist a .
sun her descrip
siHMXoPF.mni FLE.MIXGTOX to OCAA4 i say up I I !: keep eyes opened,and she went to bed, V ,
I Spread thy toil-scepter o'er the tea aadland I it galht 109 tQ think! that I'm tion of this new variety of corn from which
: Whit
Ll. itmi-oetkl.T ctrr.Tiog the Uuiteil State I : never going : : we got to da with the sun 7 despite herhasband's.ar5cnt arguments to >
)JJail and roouc.Iu; with TALLAHASSEE! ,I ion ha t the world intrusted to thy handI I to get above this kin4 of Jife. Others,who I By-and-by I shall arise, and then your servants the cvntrary. Of course she was not long the&Last editor condenses the following\ I

up] J.cKoNv1U.i! : KTlfiia at ALUtJAj j! Earth to thy charge is given. are no better thane are, have wcaey will come in and help you dress.' in falling asleep and sheseptaonndly] too. spring heplanted twenty ns..I V

Ju ,.4 sitL T.' ,i-a J'-ltATKASTAU i j' enough' 1 Servants ? Help me dress ? Why, Tom procured from Mr. James B, Thomas of .

MuOALATb I SELECT TALE. 'And don't we have enough. Ilaunih 7Don't Cro.b)'. what d'j e mean ?' I I 'Torn Ton !I' cried Mrs. Crosby when Watery Ills, in hills four feet apart, ana V'!
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anooan.-e they are running kernel V
nil *will owoen coutinne ('I run, cuinforuU St sgca onWKIU1I1 we have CUTV thing we want ?' Wit).: you wouldu't expose yourself to I I i i she awoke. 'Torn Tom For mercey'd in a hill. About the first week iq .V J .1

1.hia 1m. foil'(L. .CtoUlOlwiatiulI cit I..t n. TOM CROSBY'S DEED OF 'Xo, we don't. Look at Wilkins. See I your own servants, would jc ? Hereafterj V i sake look. Jehosophat aDd .Jil'I I May Srsrdiil eighteen grama caaie p. cbkhiat) V : "V '

Jt CAT1ILV. MAGICI I how his wife dresses, and how proudly. l she ,j I must never cet'up till your p.rrrnea I, Thc sun was -shining brightly in Ilt the : cor dSfer in appearance: from the f'

.\ .. U1itbt. ET SrL.tttOEa Ja. ; i.oUo b .. kv.j niicu cue goes into meeting.Only .: come. 1.'hl'y-llbub at j ou if you do.' little vine clad window,and the old cat was [ ordinary corn. When about eighteen ,inches -. : h

L, if ( A1IIUUIU1. 1 ;i iT just think how she nods at mo, but; ,i i I Shortly alterntrda Tom arose and dres-I purring easily upon the foot of the bed.i'hc .- high shoots (not Backers) began ta V V V V
Actut at Newnnn'il1e..iV1 I iieivr speaks. I dcvlare, Tom jt': too bad.'p sed himself ad then spring up from the roots to the number V ;
: ; LEA, (w CrosLy was a CutLlcr-orlt least I Iud i,I speke to his \ .- enraptured: woman turned her eyes to of V
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IS A;.tt at Ucala. I IiU ueiglibors culled him though lie i \ jet, iny luve, Mr! Wilkins name tome SL was I I I
-I"- V j in of the : yesterday, and \vantud to Lotrow u hun. Tom Croiby, is that YOU ?' there hi J her darling Flfie fast asletp. shoots SOon outstripped mains talk,and V I
I IrtJf ; fret one kc-efc bWmakers in i the V
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dred of
I dollars grew height
Georgia military Institute3IAU1L1TA lie often bad to turn Who eke should it be ? Goodness gracious{ said Tom starting ten feet and overtUp -. : .1

I! 1 country.way tHipt\vhantleI ; fur he bad more applicants work I' Mrs. Crosby opened her eyes, but Lcforo I I Merc; 's sake J 0 Jerusaem'V! 'eoineboJj's stolen! our stone Ocr little to the first week in Angus, there was ; : ,i f.

al hnl}.i cy his Lands tlan he could attend i slje could rcake auy reply somebody rap II.I And no woa-lcr magic stone is gone !' there prospect cf any yield ofcom, thoognj I f
; pcd at tht door Tom answered tho never before had she 'Ho ho! were incipient ears :
Tola's the suinmons. > seen Tom Croaby 'Twaal that did it I! the wife nqmbcrpgas : .
to. was of I
GEO. cottage near centre and the caller was a buy, who had I |: look like that. His pants went of black leaping from her bed and high as thirty on a hill, .V < t .
the village and his little shop was close it. | I dancing V / V "
Academic is I and from till : come after a pair of new boots. |i broadcloth, his rest of white! satin, his on the painted floor. 'During Augost those cars developed :. 1 j
TIlE year wonthi dividedI I I I morning niht thp mu. j jI 'Boots !' uttered Mrs. Crosby to herself, I j. shirt bosom of the finest linen sparkling : With that she opened the door of the rapidly, so that 17 hills contained 32stalks, V
cf fire tic of his out the
lapUoue air.1
tro i CBMIM I rang
Ttetk 5 Mkiu coicmetx-c*on tile 20th of February j, Toui was a steady industrious upon and after her husband ]h:1 d gone to the shop.- I with diamonds, and his dressiag-gown ofi bed NOm where, in the cot bed lay bearing 12l good ears and 105 immature .V"
man. ,I Boots Mercy fehall I !i Genoa velvet. setts for ears, which our season i is I V I
I..Ic.a(4zJtInLL* 19thiLJuIy. 1 I ever escape that I Tom and Willie arid in the truckle- not sufficicntly
I IC'cl'body liked him. He WitS always kind \ V ,
Th C.i1"ta< are Ji-id.l iuto lour Cullege Ch&a j; full I degrading sound j Mr. Crosby went out, and his wifo was d Lizsie was sleeping, long to,mature AU this resulted V t t
..I. fit Acnuil ComwenceU1 UVe! 111cr l \ ) good-nalured offun and aueci !' This simple scene will stow somewhat I left alone She had just got out of bed to Tom was up by this time aad from only 17 kernels. One of the hills ha4 ; V .
dote and above all else he of profess- i
VTtJatUaj Utlor the 2C'th of July I i was one those of the State of mind_ _into_n wli.rii__..._ _Mrsn.___. _". look around when she beard foolstens. and to be greatly alarmed. six stalks, 13 mature.; aaJ 13- imm.-ttitw-- j 1, ,
AcCVEMIC STIFF I rare persons u spend their leisure moments had fallen. She had not always been thus, I in a moment she was in bed again "Ihrec 'Alas J Our wealth is gon.!I' eats. V- r. to V .i ..
in after their
business.Turn .
V rot A. T. DIirMDV:, A. 31., looking own though she had always heM little id'-as of stout girls entered the chamber, and ep- Then let it go !'rcforled; Hannah. 'For |Ihe corn was in an nnf3voraLJelocationJI'

EoperinteaJent aad IW ('f .tLt1tfw&dL' was now turty years of age, and pride which her husband: Lad never felt.- j proacl.ed the bed. y part, I've had enough bfit. O Tom te: JJg shaded oa the by treesr, I
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Ihough he aluajs worked hard and which shut
and Natural 1'LUusojJir.fartTIH But about two the .! Will! this out tho morning-and:
sears previous opening our mistress be pleased to arise ? place look gran'J. eveninjr :
> R. MtCUNNELL.f steady. yet he had not accumulated muchproperty. i of our story. Mr. Albert Wilkins bal: asked thp foremost one. r'r 'Bat bow long will it be before will sun. The rapid filling out and groWthlot V j I ;
,.Ku d*LJ of Cadcty and Proto of Engineerbg. lie owned the house and shop, you ears in September is 1"
!; moved into the town. and he had brought Tlje J1'Jo'r'OD1:1Q rowcniucred what her moaning after carnages: ani s.iks once represented as really, \
V Jr.,11.. MANliET. ttpelher; with some four acres of land, I. with him fur a wife one \Tho had Wen Ibn. j husband had said about tho servants helping >re-l' i astonishing to all who vratched its progress V' ; ,
I'rut Trrnchanl Hutory.XIr. hich lay back of the which The "
H buildings
upon I nah's schoolmate in times gene by. Mrs. her dress, and mt once arose. 'Never I never!' peculiarity of the Tanetr: ; V'' V I!
W. H HUM. A. JU :
he lauc-d of fruit t
a goodly store and seems to be
lint I
prof bfCbembary and English Literature.Mr. 1 regc-' W.not only made much show of Her wealth, I ,breakfast half adozensenants raited .At this moment EfSe waked up, and I a lull development of l-11'
this he
table Besides had stalks
t or' and V
some one. leaves from .
[ J. 1J. (OUOUW1X.tTuftf hundred dollars laid but she also slighted her old friend, and j on the table., 31rs. Crosby long to speak |I a cry of joy as she saw "mamma.' from the shoots springing: V "
r<>f JJ raw Ing. two safely away in a | this worked upon the feelings of the more to her busbaqd: tqt she dared not before t i Mrs Crosby, as soon as she could collect roots, and afterwards a rapid V 41 i-
V Lank h"tn! ,
Cspt.ILS.CAMI', ea\ings to serve on a rainy day. | humble female.l Jrs. C. began to envy i so many, JIfr cup was fiiluJ with coffee, : senses, began to ;think she had only growth and maturing of the ears during t "

Anu t Prbfeuor of Matbemalks. !!rs. Crosby was an excellent wife. and I wealthy woman,and from this sprung numberless -I and she drank it* It was much stronger j dreaming, but whoa she heard Tom August and September. J1:. Thompson i' t r
A.COXXELL. M. D. Suiion.Tb one of the best mothers and no one could states that he shall have some of '
It than she Willie th eed
consequences. was sometime was used to drinking, but so the talking about the new school V
latliiation is tinder the direction: and man- f hare kept he humble cottage more neat before she really thought of aiming at such ''ly 1 was it fixed that she loved it, ana she saw how the dust had collected about tIJ dispose of,* .
a; et(>f a Board of Trateci, in conjanct'x'Uitk and tidy than she did. The little front t It is in the power of V i ti
: fchow herself, but the idea gradully came allowed the girl who waited upon the table windows,she feared it was, after all a every planter to hnv V t
.. -lWf. Kate cf4UU aptwluted fcr* thu 1 Govcrrofth -I room always i>i e oaUd the tamo spotless our her, and then she began to reflect upon i! to fix her four cups. Bat by and by, she heard a bell prove the varieties of seed,not only of corn*:. V I
but of ;
By an art of the LvsitUUre. the ItitiUta LaiW : purity bad and wainscot and white I her husband's position, and she was nat i After breakfast, Mrs. Crosby was com ;, and when she I fluul it was really tion., every That thing e'se, on hU own planta4', V i .- j'ion f

,a farnUUcd with 110 CaJtl HtukeU and Ac- c curtains never spot or wrinkle. The l long in making up her mind that he might ducted ever part of tbe house, and to her y she knew that her past experience however does not coma properly -*
atretneaU, and a Field Dattery, con/wtinj offtir l kitchen was more flustered,but never dirty, have been wealthy had lie tjied. It was in i it seemed as though all the wealth of all been a substantial thing of real life, under the head of Work forWhere F:brqa& V f
U-waodtr fcrwi Jiet-el and two tweite while even the ground floor of the woodshed ry. V aV: i
vain that Tom the the it .
IlowiUtn.Tb urged expense of his : world must baken collected and was on Wednesday that she had first V .1 .
ywadtr was kept swept and clean. This excellent children in rain that he his I the the land lies leiei or sufficiently'so ll.. ,
SnpennUnJect ani Coam.atiji&t ere had pleaded own spent in furnishing thp place, Thp heavy magic stone.i And then her head- J
' fTaatet four tQ
children. as
couple Young i inability an4 ia vain that be urged the i framed and mirrors the and other bodily its being plowed both '
of West Pouit and ii the lueUtute u up- I gilt pictures, staj pain yet remained and u ways j 'I
M tbe \Vect Point |Jan the j-uUic may l toe auar4 Tom was thirteen, and helped his father joys ol contentment.t. The evil spirit had j tugs the carpets the gold and silver ornaments admonish her.pf the ,3eryshe had thicker not strong enough to justify planting .

tkat iu goveraraeut, dicn"lin* and count of some in the shop when school didn't keep. gained possession of his wife's soul, and he .i the servants-. .all, appeared to her ftsdxf win te tncUy enforced. Willie was ten; Lizzie tire, and FIDe only could exercise it in It we prefer'planting in Lilla or checker Vfo' V.\ .
not by any argument or I bewildin; profusion.At was over two years befjre )!rs. Cros- .":'
1; 1E11.MS: : two. Tom named his first child himself. I prefer this mode because it .1
> Hannah became
persuasion. unhappy and I length she got an opportunity to discovered the secret ?ft that three days' secures a more '
T itwi)4 gstrd, V"aAu.i. I'utl. Lijlti JU ofM Mrs. Crosby had selected uniform stand is .
.'f aMciaaa! a very pretty miserable, and even her own children failed speak to her husband. she had had in high life,' and more easily worked ,W* i 4
and all
other >
Goatin eot exraiuea, per but her husband determinedthat have seen
:' MMuaof fit* month, in advance, $115tJ. natnr he, should bo was .nd the to give her joy. V 'Tom,' she whispered 'I shall die Lorda' then discovered it by _accidentally planted in hills even Ter.rrich feet bottom lands ;: .. .

.' irpuu'i. fee, per aunnta, t5.Ftrvjot a'youngTow,1 One day Torn was in his shop all alone, merey I shall'hr !' g a conversation' between her 4. each way with'twci' V V' r

V,: aennuK farther itifonnat'ton can obtain wife gave in ; but the rest of the children and he was weeping. lie had just Uto, to i. '\\ whal's the matter ?' the husband : and Mr: Newton.. -Until then she or three stalks to the 'hill, bat do not approve 4' '.'

$eop of the "Bepilation' IV addreasinjf the i she named herself and we can see that her the house, and another IdCene' had transpired. said. firmly,believed that she owned the ex of the plan.' The same e land planted V .j

apenatu4&t11L 11M.; U. liiS-3. AMEE\V J,11J SELL tasteS differed somewhat from Tom's. lIe He had come back to hU little shop, 0-h-h I' They've laced me up so tight 1. rlence to a deed of magic., She now rea which foul'l'ectoneway would and two feet the other :
,- V Secretary. bad wanted to call the second boy Peter, and with his hands clasped and his eyes' can't breathe' the many blessings she' enjoyed, and give precisely the same nmni .

V: ENCLII5l n Je..SSIC.Lt1flll i in honor of his grandfather; and then he turned heavenward he had prayed that' '-.-sh For nercy'a sake ,Hannah, don't ) more gave way to discntenLAGRICULTURAL. bet of stalks to the acre,will produce more 'V
suggest4 the name of Ilanah for the first corn, because the stalks be I
: win letter dia
God would move his wife's heart with sweet hat will V
speak so. WbyM people .to see a ,
say !. tributed "
but his such the term QTer .
girl ; plebtanf ( was 6Url"aa.c-, V'V
had he
content once more. Hardly uttered fashionable moman with such a huge waists "
Mrs. C. used,) names was not quite up to this when the door of his I ? Ofall modes of nlantin* corn. onr nmn- I V 'fl:
prayer, shopwas 4 you have you never notice Sarah
., SCHOOL the mark. But these children were good. opened,and a man entered. This was WilkinV waist 7?* Don't you remember how [From Lhe Soil ttf&t South'.] -' is, that as general yUle, it is best'toplant r Vl
V They were in the best children in the V V : upon a lewl., This of'
fact no less a personage than John Newton, an small and delica'tp it-is?' secure* : I-

I. .1 J k: TUt -ndereigped the citizens would of Jacksonville rcspeclfullj and m* neighborhood, for their father took great schoolmaster orTom's upon whom fortune 'Yes I do remember, Tom ; and haven't 1'f\ T-VMOZf WORK. FOR V FEBRUARY. a in more'Ccrt the stand ,than. when planted "; ., ,

i pains in the formation of their characters, bad smiled most bounteousl). lIe ; I told a thousand times that she ; V w3ter furrow, and ia more "easily .
nrmadiag that he will iU you was PLOWIXC.. worked "
eonuanaity, re.open and their mother felt greater pride than V than when planted elevated '
had lived aa
in town-in upon V
V V fdMel for\Lt initroetiuo of youth in all tU betaV -. a neighboring a large lacing herself to death? V fi.V
to hare them welL We have in another article for nJge- We do not attach deaf '
Appear and manufacturing and this a great of' ;
P.MSt&tLot4ghEughW* aad OCwsical edocation, thriving village- 'Whew! Why;, Hannah, what has got of
,I MTa day, Int day rf January next Thank- People pointed to Tom Crosby as a pat. had amassed great wealth without marring into your head } What have we got to da I : expressed our views i of the impor- importance to the idea which prevail* ta' 'V f' V. I." ,

r.i tar IU very bUeral patronage bestowed on bia"ilia tern of happiness and peace } and yet be his heart. He seldom saw Torn now, but with health ? We have stepped at once into : otts thorough preparation: ,of the soP some extent, thatisisdesirabecoget.he! 1.. : .
AMii.t1i gtort time ja beeD eDage4 was not always happy. An evil genius badcvcpt the i ia corn as deep beneath the '
crop l
when he did meet him bU was as planted. 'fhe.l w fwce surrounding s V
greeting fashionable life and stick I $toat. qrt. 't
( .
N a teacher ia be atncttteten we mus face as : /
this cummuaity, tope by into His house into his home and is possible."f! "
warm and genial as ever. Now if have for r the plantation now engaged u> that V';; l' 1. V
{ lasiaess of ef- you any your In I
and the ejertiun e ery he was growing more and more unhappy In the outset of the should nianarinj with| colton i ,
Jail for the moral a&4 inttljectual futraneeraent ofptapi1l..io 'What Tom !1' uttered Newton, u be saw reputation, you won't let your servants s.te ; svasoajt fee we pr j, VV r '
fer to
Lti tttrit a eoniinuatM of thi ame. Bef- every day ; for Tom had never been happy the poor cobbler's gloomy, ,tearful face;j any of your ignorance.' I 'seen that every plow band is fully'l'Jippe have, the seed scattered as much sg.' ;i I.

ranee ts mad* with the ntmort oopfideaea to IboMBOM only when ho could make those around 'what ia to pay now t I Tho i idea fif herse-rarJEsprncd to s tall for .the' year'? vrork. If the. possible around frQ stalkr instead of being ,V V V "' j V I
and be him hippy. Tho pain or disquiet of a single for thrown immed:ately of .
"'V patronage b hai tilherto $ 'xotbin;,' was Tom's answer, rights for aTime. But by-and-by a new have-been property cared during oa top. the grain. .; ,
,. hid1 EONs lo be -4., donor the nit year, to e.Uboa individual in his family was sure to up-J But Newton was not to be put off thusand idea ,',winter they are now in 'fine trim for \V e were fed to this conclusion by an' ac. 1- ,
came. "I
a 6na aid rmaD6At batU, a achool that his of does his cident at tho tine I *
set master funJvor31.Ie.
own cop joy. after considerable Tom rk, and if U>e duty in which Ave regarded V
lm M questioning revealed 'Tom she said 'wherp cb/ildren V
are ? : '
poi butracUoo ae. our V
V t:4thorvulh Now the truth is the sweet of of ] the We had planted 1
feed ah
angel content in ;
He plenty < plow-
1 *>. aeoood to lODe in the State and M the ctJectH the secret. knew if ho had a fOb' they're safe.' TI coru I tL'
1) Bake th. .hoI a permanent j one,he rerpectnlly which bad for so long a time keep noble friend on earth, John Newton was 'But, where ?' ; 'l d cs hid duty in taking earn of his i as)T'u, our Ct0111, lad thfJI Jh; se dJ .. "

i k the aid aad eo-operation cf tb .er. guard over Tom's household, had flown that friend,and he told all. For some titjie 'Well Tcia and Willie have out to .>, tho plow team should be dismi.ssed'' upon the top ofthe corn and CQd V..1 ,

Mted ia 1 the etuis of edocation in effecting M away, and another spirit had come in.Mrs .- after be. had done,, Newton remained I a boarding-school, and l.izzioand: gone Erne I July t iq u good c' lditicAS they are I i gether. AOq t1.p corn 8tne up. jV l'-f: V 4
1irabJo.oMoet and benefit to the cMnmonity, had become discontented and V arc llitf 'ia commenced. killed Iuhe V :
Crosby thoughtful and silent but at length a in the nursery with their l! ,year* pluwiag frosts aqlT@ were COipe1Ie4V V .
V $*Stl9tttf in attendaace being etwenliall/ W t unhappy. She had allowed the $enirit ofen1'Y rested his face governess. ". I \ want no better marl? of a.poor fanner t4 plant ovcr '1 6 regrett4 it. bCcatI '
bright 1f,.
the gleam upon 'Their : Vhat Tom" :
of soverneti ; d'ye
t **rr M UN-" adraawmcBt puf.iluiiactadieLacdUaetkMiviU solo } .meanj, :
Lit nwe for so.t to gain possession of her 'and 'Tom.' he said, 'Hannah doesn't dream of r I, Crosby Aren't I tq have thp ofmy I.t t Ifa. jaded, skinned, broken down'plow 'Q; thought wo should thereby .Joso,thof VV V

V tiM, except U caMi pf rotraced Ulneet.TVe from thi) moment she let the demon in,her the thousand and one cares which she is I owu children ?.' V governing c : A good male, v'oll fed,:well geared, cOtton seed,as they 1'ouI4 I SQtteredobJrlf' !V V

achod will be;.nunued in the tame bnild- peace of mind was gone. now free, aud to which wealth would eub. well plowed, can d.i a good day's work the plo\\ Oont1':1rT to out expvt&tIoa.e{ V I
lag. ( ,) Ofposile Bigp A Tonj rooby 'she said,after the children ject her. 'Are you crazy Hannah? W'ould'you I } ; the entire cropping\ season, and look however the corn .diJ better thantht.'V.. j V

C4.'I Tenoj}'oiJry'm had puns to bei one evening, 'what is the \y, that's it Jack,' the cobbler'criedI V trouble} yourself tabout your children ? 11. too when the crop "fs, Jad' : by. It :which had bccnphntld er a.ni..th ". I ;.
-Four, six, and tea dollars per quarter. ?'. Why, I never heard rach a thing. "rou'losc I .be ttie business the farrjcr ire the I
I3T Tuition oscofliring so I 'That's it. She don't know how much she vi( ,' cr scaped .f o.s Our practice l Ja W V .
payable ao.dLty.W.T. CAKE. Living bow?' ottered Tom,shaking the I has to enjoy. She's got her bead turned.': your stand in' :fashionable society ip a overseer,.if he has one, to examine the 'use tbe.barn yard lIW1uI1,1 .011 the cottoqf 5V V
1atUosnlk Dc ..22d 1SS5. ashes from his pipe, and putUng it away. But I liuulc we can turn I U back again.1 moment if they should find you fossing or each nuI, to see that it i3 i land j_but..!,iC. were tbanSedinInaWIV pJj

Why-living as we do now. Ploddingalong 'th?' with your own'cbjldrcn. You oboujd bare : filtpd, {hit the mule! be rot rub- itg cor2,,e should apply i un4e the fnr Vrow
.New Music-Songs, &c, after in this same old train. servants to take care of thetn. ( it in luck the it, "
year year 'We can turn it again,' I-cay, By my by Systematic feeding, regular corn 'w __ rVVZ '. I

RECEIVZ") p*r tcamerCarobaa, fronKf I declare, I'm almost lit to go crazy WhenIthinkofiL' I soul, Tom,I hare never offered money because Dinner came at 4*>'clock. ,Mrs,Crosby : g','robbing the njules well after each DEDDISf coT'f L4ND.V _,.55VV V
*dy da7 J.u&.the following, piece I such heathenish ideasbut ? : work 'to the I
.. J I knew yoa had enough-but I can was indignant at V good Liht atnlyscils tte1ded tt V5bJd

uit.aia,rtt.a tp.n n Trenton*t n1Dk1oar f But, Ilannab, I thought you used to Le give you, something better now.. 1 will!1 when she J learned'thai all fashionible people of the plow team and H is the 00 partially,be4de4. 't9r earlytc."c V V Valloi

Old Tuoej-r words by Chart Bwatoj LiuteBcbgitSHk very happy here.' take my wife and children' out of.the way kept the same hour &hp was reconciled. ; VO1thV,rather than hard work, the beds toseLtJe some..h&verj ,f fore .

by rill Walseyt MT U Marine all 'Aod so I did ; but what does that signify V for awhile and you shall haTethe, use of my ,'We are to hrpcdm4ny ;supper,1. ,' said I kills or wears oUt the mule. they are bedded. Lay df the rows, at thq, V I -V

Hoae>,Uraa 4aUU Jdipj, f para llaee my heart Cooboa from pr the GrowincClp JJirtE ? iiccauselwubappywbnnlwuachild I house,plate,servants dresses and aU. Eh?, M!. Crosby V I I H w impossible to prescribe specifically desired distance and list. 011 this with 1 .j
er tm g t I Cannot Part with ThAb.ent,but docs that prove that 1 should always How's bat l' V 'S ppcr? Have ve got tq eat'again before ; : description plowing which is requir turD pI",1eavingtbem.ddles tObo throsn

.ForjuUee oiLs aoag tor the piapo forte{ want to be a child ? used to be tippy Ir Tom 'Crosby opened hU eyes, and as we go.to bed?' V ? ;; :to prepare" land 'w U. for the"several: out a.bor& ,timeVbefOr plan tinr.'I.w4f:

U VirUOa 'IotbBe40wa GirsaDaUlhWalU I here when I thought we were on the 'roadto I soon as he could comprehend matters fully, 'Eat. again. .' '3Vby.you wouldn't go ; ; The .sti1fnefl (t. lightness' of the that re so tift'or &urfra&uot.o b'4

. lUcieni* BdoUtoh, by Harry 6afidenoat Will something better didn't& think when be sat down by,tho side of his friend,' and without your supper 1 ;0or:Jri ods'who : : ,-,as.well as the. condition in which,:it a$530na.s pO36iLI VaojdalaVbtdde1 V
L 1-Tim. will Show aa4 lereralftkervtece ,. $
V *BM. .. you married joe.that'I was to live ktuckdoirp they talked together over an hour. have heard of our arnnt are coming J.II' ; been left by.the preceding.croR'oust nd then rebCd4CdV hefors 1autmg., Yery V V :

n)7-q PT, bcrp in thh place! ,'aad that J was to 1- t f. t't AtO\J l o'dpcli'Irtfejwtoi: 1} ant| wife ,erJ11 the.kbidof r-lotr'to-.ktacd.ni higlt- beds are r \11t'ed on dry porou stUs,

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; but low Ian\!s should be well thrown op | positions in the .market., Whilst McCarthy Stand. ;Committees of the House ofIt MILEAGE.W S Scv "Days Later fronrEaropc.ARRIVAL 'the/Awry and mOck of cure -
frt and if snfflctcnt llcan not be made S cprcaeatatlrcju.Theollbwing"is Profl.'S adopted by
cEEc! ginned cott ar lias readijy'commard} //Snfcd TenD; VII Kelsey, N Y,. Ilolloway.. HwPilfcment and .
I i with the pl>w, tlrey should 1* pulled tip jInrbit tuS cd from twtntyfir! to thtrtv. a full and,correct list of P BROOKS, S C, J II.Woodworth, III OF THE CANADA. tha6o& taken internally 'tnt the
with the hoe befoin |.lanting; .Witl.them nt'P KEY F b.17 1856. Other applied externally.
aac act in
j 1 the Standing Committees as made by JOINT COMMITTEES. ,
few general remarks w dismiss fur thepresent ruD1 saw ginnedJon cottons, :o. ,. conjunction, and if his.(
S rectlrulIf'Q
: the for JA Speaker Banks. LIBUA1IY.WaiAiKESC The steamship Canada arrived hero this follow
subject cf preparing thecot : above' ibebstgrde short cd,will eradicate disease
Urn crop. CISONVILE ctn and have gone off with difculty.at i It will i be seen, says the Union that no ; Job It Tyson, Pa, 2nd morning inst., bringing Cotton has Liverpool advanced,dates in the to Liverpool the man in all chine They pnrify.andcleani incident to

b. si I vcDDifco SWEET rT1orI SATURDAY, FEB. 23, 1850, frm to 1C cents. "We have )heard of a Southern man has been appointed Chair- John Ucti, i 5lnd.. :' market l-8d.. :,' the body, and restore,healthy action innt

.p 'St\c a dry warm, f pot for 'the potato* -.- ----- l large planter in the interior of our State' man of a single important Committee, if S .ENROLLED, BILLS.. The ale of the week amount 8:,000 ry organ.: Our o .w iff not -permit ?,
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; it will bo |tracctcd by a trail James Pike N II T G DAVIDS La. bales of which took 12000 and to say-more at this time respecting thU
l0 ,'her JAUKS ( Esq. \t our aullioriceil A who ginned nearly all l of his oaune of'Drown's" we except the selection of General Quit exporters ,
: .
h"II .ntto crop distinguished man and his
; : o 'no from tJiu Northern winds, and EXPENDITURES OF STATE DE: speculators 1-1,000 bll; c The market closed ccUbratcd rem.
: g .. where it will be exposed to the isun.I :- mike(utoion'; aDf, iYe anj receipt.for rb., gins, and was4only .able to get man on: the Military Committee. "TBe PARTMENT. steady and quiet. Time sales ou Friday edies. Huh as one arabitiua, and it j ISM

;j ( Make tho ground rich by the 'application cript h\_ for HilUTMiro county, 13: cents fi it.. Another instance has occurred representative the a st.rongcsfanti-sl : were 12,000 bales' honorable one. I to wishes to hare tile

I o manure, and on the tup of. it bed the in our Town within the past week. district in tho United States. could, pay P S rirOOE8t.S 0, W-R II unrell3bss King, N Y, The quotations are as fujlorrs. viz :- world fora. patent' ; aad he \vill succeed fa
,i 'flic best plan U to lay the DEMOCRATIC: to tho.Democratic< S A SitiTti, Tenn. Orleans -, 5 13-lCd. his desire.
polt |ii"- .UEETINC. One of our merchants purchased two bags no higher compliment ASA PACKER Pa. Middling ,
1 t tt narrow IXMVB nay alwl 2 foct Our Democratic bearin Fair Orleans .'- '- 6 3-8 It is our object! to address the American,
flow-ctizns wi than this ostracism of its tried
ginned on the same patent who 18 party EXPENDITURES OF NAVY DEPART in scries of
sI 4 de across the nunn hl'd leasing between mind that next Tuesday the 2Cth inst. gave Middling Uplands, '- '- 511-lCd. public a article hotcun
: r fnm of these litle..beds, fl'3c enough to cent, for them. They were shipped to champions ; but \nrbo eent1'ia1 no favor MENT. : Fair Uplands '- Cd. : elusively that in the whole history med'
I. is the day agreed upon for,a meeting of the has been extended those Southern T L Harris 111. C C Washburn Win ical science medicines hate
eland in drawing out the blp. Do not Charleston and had to be sold for 1C cents. evento The, stock on hand is, 419,000 bales, including ,ever beQ
3 a ,t Je the 'fxilatoes touch but Democrats of this county, for the purpose Others hare suffered in the same and men who agree .with Mr. Banks in regard Jolla Whclcr, NY, WL Unclerwoocl.Ky, 253,000 American. offered for their use;which arc so efficacious

'1 t! 1,1.0 them a 1(11 each other as can Let of appointing Delegates to the State Con understand way, to scent eaths and obligations. We John V' Wright, Pa. The advices. from Manchester .more in restoring health and preventing disease
: done without this. After we our buyers are_ ,determinedto EXPENDITURES OF POLICE DE- as those of Professor Ilolloway. In
.ritnveniently rcntion. .A attendance is earnestly favorable. Breadstuff* have considerably this
) general look in vain for of the talentsof .
the potatoes are all beddciL strew over I, keep clear of it hereafter. Under this a recognition PARTMENT. declined. Canal Flour is 'selling at 37.- series bf articles wo shall necessarily ex.

; / thorn well rotted cotton Reed in sufficient, requested ; and &1 citizens who arc desirous state of facts, every man must see the advantage Humphrey Marshall, of Kentucky, or of John U Pettit, Ind, J WILLIAMS, N Y, Ohio at 40s. Corn-White ,is. quoted at plain much of the human system, and those

t L' quantity jut t cover the ltatO' and of co-operating with the Democratic of using the "l\l Carthy" gin, as is Percy Walker i of Alabama. Tho whole Leanihr 3ICoj, Ky, II C UIlSETTK, ) 37a. CdaSOs.! Yellow 'at-SO. Beef and. physiological laws of life controlling. onp

.t J I I; and after thi, cover the whole about two party, r aUo respectfully invited to at. earnestly recommended all cotton scope and design of Mr. Sewanl-that of E G Reade, N C. Pink have declined. Market quiet. bodies both in health and! disease. XHo

; J ; L inches in dirt. Just before the pi.tatvesbegin tend. by buy consolidating'au abolition North against a EXPENDITURES FOR PUBLIC The sales Cotton in Liverpool on Saturday American public are sufficiently inu-lliceht

131 t come up, scrape off tbo top of the ers. We may recur to this subject again BUILDINGS. the day the steamer failed, reached to judge of. their own .inten'st9t and it ,fr

.: livds very carefully wilh A hoe. Be sure DIGNIFIED--fait Y I hereafter. minority South-is subserviently assisted F MCMCLLF.N Va, A Z McCarty, N Y, 10.000 bales. The market closed firm. no longer the power of those strlm-*

: I y that the beds arw : The editor the RUIZES OF COURT. from them '
{ "ateI. An easy way accomplish o Repullican having of the South from I leading positionson R P Trippe, Ga. to Cos. important truths conccrnin?

,i this, is to tko the dirt with which they been somewhat restored to his senses, by The following Rules have been adoptedby leading committees.In EXPENDITURES OF TREASURY DEPARTMENT Sugar has declined a shilling. their health,-tfra York Citizen.

: t are cvcr. .um the spaces between the the lecture we gave him last week like the Supreme Court for the governmentof S Rice had declined. Rosin advanced. ,
in ;
this list Democrats
.. :! beds, leaving them higher than the surrounding Courts are printed Common at:: lj. '-L1. to 4s. 5d. PLCASAN r' LSCIDEST is WELTERS Lur.,,-
1' ObaJiah Old buck. has seen the necessity the Clerks of the Circuit : the Southern Know Nothings II Waldron/Mich. I) WELLS, Jr, Win was selling ,
; i J." SMALL CAPITALS, It been
"t 5 ,, S .surac.I of turing over a new leaf," and has putin ORDERED That the following Rules and the in A K Marshall, Ky Z KIDWELL, Va. Crude Turpcntin spirits Turpentine laving reported that Dr.Burns, 4
Republicans roman.
I Directions be entered and certified to the italics J D Clawson N J. were quiet. resident of Washington Territory, who I1a.s
Important from I ( a little mock dignity this week. He WAYS AND MEANS.L. The Landon markets were dull Breadstuffs -
f .afan. Clerks of the Circuit Courts. EXPENDITURES OF WAR DEPART taken the field. against the Indians
f TWELVE AMERICAN VESSELS AT CIMODAHKTORTAU thinks our language last week Russell had declined. Iron was firm. Bar ,.
was course
D. Campbell, 0. Sage, X. Y.
The Clerks of the Circuit Courts making MENT. been killed( he succeeded in
) COLLISION WITH THE at 3,5s.. Rails LS 5s. to L8 convcvih 'to
and Well admit it W. A.IIoward Mich. JOHN S. PHELPS Mo. was selling
undigufed. wo was copies of Records for the supreme J. A II Cragin, N II,' IV IV V zllc. N Y. civilized
: soCicty the !
'. i .!; lAP1SFE but .hcn we see declarations Court in actions at Law, will' pursue the G W JONES, Tenn. Jas II Campbell, Pa. J II: JEWETT, Ky, T Risers, Tenn, .' 10. f&llowfns contradjc-!;
S. I The following important announcement (following directions : II IVDatis, Md. Alex Dewitt Mass.FLECTIONS. J Covode Pa., Money was more stri 1 ent. tion:
publicly made which we and <
everybody Consuls at )1-4903-8..
arc quotad
It from the Friend China
;I of : else know to without foun 1st-The prsecipc and summons affidavit F.XGUA VI G.W The bullion in the Bank of England had "Please contradict the report that I Yu
1 ,I' II. B. M. steamer Tartar left Nagasaki dation0 0 utterly and bond for attachment or other proceedings I Washburn, Maine. M Oliver, Missouri. II Kelsey, N Y. W S DlmrellI:1s3, decreased 80,000. : killed by.lho Indiana on Wednesday IJs,,. ,;
take it
? I Japan, on the 17th of October, and reached granted, that the with the writ issued thereon, and A 11 STCTHEKS, Ga. Jons HICKMAX, Pa. J V WRIGHT. Tenn.PRINTING. I killed se'ea1"ilh ray own hands. Ty
.:,. !kf Kong the 22d of the author of them did not one to hunted me through the brush fur
hong on same: mouth. expect any ttum.2d 0 K Watson, Ohio. Schuyler Colfax. Ind. 11."R, Jan.r'iO. one mi

I". The day after the Britibh Convention with believe him, and that he would not take it -Declaration and pleadings, stating I,' E SPIXNER, N Y. Wm R Smith, Ala.John )1 II Nichols. Ohio. A B Cragin, N II, Cotton is a trifle lower. Orleans, trc3 with who carried dogs and the lighted sticks, and everyone

4 ;. I Japan was ratified at Nagasaki, Admiral amiss, if his ''little] variations" were called : the time of filing.3d A Brigham, Ohio. T Flaglcr N Y. ordinare, i is quoted at 8p.Political. wound I light* I shot. The only
Sterling was asked by thu got was a skin wound in the fort
; by thci. right names. -Motions and orders of.Court thcrcpon. CLAIMS.J head: from a bl1c shot. I live.
: to give his advice on the best coursp to be Chase, of Ohio, and his Kansas in the brush
..1 pursued towards the Americans, who. it Our neighbor well imagines, that we It Giddings, Ohio. George II Dunn, Ind. Messages. All accounts speak Civorable for peace. on leaves and shot an fulilO this morn in.

i was said, with nine vessels at were have: several dozens of bottled launder 4th-Trial and judgment of Court, JOHN LKTCHEK, Ya. E Knowlton, Me. A NEW POWDER PLOT D'coVERF.PGOVF.Rz The Conference Congress was to meet in for his dried salmon and wheat

I.: I ; breaking the l\ac in the Simoda outrageous laid and held .in reserve for the benefit 5th-Motion for new trial, or in arrest of James Bishop, N. J. MILES TAYLOR,.'. OIt CHASE'S SECOND PRESIDENTIAL Paris about the 17th inst. It was doubt Lfipmon'a. jive my rejects to f.BrifU
.f up J C JONES, Pa. Win A Gilbert N Y. ful whether Prussia would be admitted to and HobLcs and
; let
manner. The admiral is reported tp haverecommended and order of Court thereupon. )1r.SUGE-"I'UTTY ox THE RISE. -GOT. know I
_ iijgcmcnt, am
_ __' 5 I concessions to the Americandemands of forlorn! hope of a party if they should itb-Uill of documents Samuel S. Marshall III. Chase is bound to blaze Although in the Congress. The Queen's speech was safe, only I had to throw away my boots
ever venture to raise their heads again. Butit Exceptions, pa- COMMERCE. quite Her niajcety does not mention and feel br,. !uur
meagre. .
I t I provided they were in any 'waymonable. wrs, &:., referred to and embraced in the "flic<> but a little over one month. he has my an? Ily Lost niy
An American gentleman\\itcs is our chari table bopcaiid full expectation, Jill[ of Exceptions, made part of the record. E B Wnshburne, 111. J It Tyson, Pa. issued two presidential messages on K anas American affairs. horse, instrument and raedieia case. My

I 1\ on this subject: hat we shall never have occasion to un- Originals arc in no case to be sent up, E Wade, Ohio. Guy R Pctton, N Y. affairs, and has individually subscribed latest Accounts. horse was shot in the kdmjs, in the

p i of American whalers visited Simoda, in anticipation oftho Supreme Court, directing Other MCQUEEN, S C. L B Conant Mass. hat Territory. ; on Friday, by the ministers of the Five discharge of balls an] buckshot. Hcate

1 [ receiving supplc agreeable .. body of the Southern American or Know papers on file are not to be copied, and the PUBLIC LANDS. Ridiculous as it may appear Chase has Powers. A short armistice: will. next be let Mr. Wily say that I ain all right.
i to the late U Nothing party, credit for some degree of .sent in second the '
actually to
j treaty. St I treated very unkindly, a determination common sense and.discretion, and suppose them into the Record. A Harlan ,Ohio. D S Walbridge.Mich.} legislature, founded on a circular from J. I The London advertiser: says, Mr. Buchanan Latest ludlan News.

- I I was made by the Japanese, from some cause: hat after such a ridiculous failure in their ORDERED, That no paper, document, or II CODB ,Ga. S Brcnton Indiana. 11. Lane, C. Robinson, aud Geo. Detzlcr, I and Lord Clareniunhad: an interview The only news importances embodied -
_ ; .L'; ot to furnish them with any supplies. dated Lawrence city, Jan. 21t. Said circular at the Foreign Office on Tuesday( when in report received by Col. J'onroo
attempt at the establishment of a new na- other instrument of writing be copied into // Lindley, Mo. A E MAXWELL, Fla.
_ The Americans were not to be trilled with has the scarecronbout .
; standing very ILnryror.ls pacd( between them, from Capt. .l1? 31. Darraace, in
______? ;' !' they took what they wanted, and paid in tonulartJ., they will have the good sense fur the record the Supreme of a Chancery Court cause unless as the evidence same J Thorington, Iowa. invasions,' and the usual call for money.- touching tbo Central American question.A ccout, made by a detachment: of n-gard twenty-tea

dollars at their fair weight the one-third to abandon their organization and POST OFFICE.. Chase fulminates fusion thunder to received Viena from Russia
present ihall have been noted read in evidenceby an ex- dispatch at five men, nnder the command of Lieuf.
i e a' I' the value a fixed by the treaty, they unite their forces with those of the democracy the Judge or the Clerk as or as having DANIEL MACE Ind. J 0 1\01'1011 I1L orbitant amount, and recommends the leg- 'confirm the telegraphic announcementof Kendrick and Scrgt. }FdvrarJj. The pur

l' would have no knowledge of. It i is slid ; of the Union, in the struggle been offered in evidence and, rejected at T T Flagler, N Y. D BARCLAY, Pa. islations, issue manifestoes, and contribute the unconditional, acceptance of the al- pose of the scout was ta examine: the moat
.: tliat bad been fired and Japanese coming T C Ohio. 1'. POWELL Va. lies'!
guns some the trial of the case. And that the attention Day, mone) peace prepositions by) the Czar. from Ft. Meade to Ft.Dejnaud. TI.ey: kt
killed." with Scwar ifl. At all events, they P Walker1L.. J M Wood Me.P The Statesman ridicules the message
& sure : of the Judges of the Circuit Courts be The Congress was to meet on the 17tb, Ft. Meade on the 31 i 13t. and returned on

It t Important from the Fejec Islands.TREAtr ly \ill not be 6 utterly demented a to respectfully requested to the stating of all T HERBERT, CaLJUDICIARY. thus : and would probably settle:by the 25th, the he evening ofthc !Oth. They went through

'! I WITH THE KING OF KEJEE-BURNING enter the canvass next fall with a Presidential the testimony read, or offered to be read, The war-whoop sounds from every village preliminaries prior to opening new negotia- to Ft. Deynaud without inafag! any dis

OF .IA FEJEG TOWNS j candidate. That this will bo their before them.ORDERED. G A Simmons. N Y. Marshall, Ky. and hamlet Women and children tions. covery-found the road impassable (for
,I startle from their dreams of security, and They only admitted the arrival of the teams, ve suppose.) in conEci\tIcnceoftha
We take the L Barbour Ind. S Galloway. Ohio.A
:: ..L following from the Panama proper course, we propose upon some future That decrees, whether fhal ,
their but
to witness the mangled Turkish rains
open eyes Plenipotentiary.It heavy -reached Ft.
resent Deynaml
Wakcman N Y S W Harris Ala.
:; Herald not orders of ,
or interlocutory embracing
I : to show them conclusively.As corpses of their fathers husbands, and is asseited that Prussia refuses to on the 5th and made their:
occsionJ W A Lake Miss. M W Tappan N II. report to bj.
1; The United States : course shall be notice to the parties ,
t .4 sloop-of war John t we would only upon sons, of eighteen years and upwards! agree to-the conditions exacted by the Allies Arnold. Crossed the river on tIt; 6th-.
I Adams. E. B. Boutwell commander, arrived insgfca7ceJ or their attorneys before making or pronouncing DISTRICT OF COLUMBI Sweet-hearts their 'tears
i I. thai v mingle maiden preliminary to her admission to the saw fresh Indian sign in one-fourth of>
.. at this port early on Sunday morning saY but in pretensionsany the same, and a statement by the J Meacham,.\t.. John Dick Pa. with the life's Mood oozing from the veins peace conference and that consequently, milo of Ft. Deynaul-purued s. trail!, and.

j (3d)1'from tojl'Islands, via Yalparbo. way company with such Journal Judge to the effect that notice has been E Dood, N Y. J W HABHIS, Ala. of their beloved Grand-fathers too old togo that power will be excluded from the Con- saw one Indian within: two miles'of said
: bo. : as our neighbor we rather think we given, shall be sufficient evidence thereof.I W 0 GOODE Va. II S BENNETT :Miss the '
; ; to fields of battle amI 'A free fight, grcss.Baron. Fort. Owing to the nature of the ground
: :, The following interesting particulars have are 'some pumpkins." But we are not ARISTIDES DOCCETT D. C.S. C., do W Comback, Ind. Mark Trafton Mass.P stand leaning against the lightning- polesto Brunow and Count Orloff represent the Indian succeed ia making his 'es

reached us : ippoEcd t bandy words with him about certify that the above is a true and correct II Bell, Texas. catch the news as it flies along the Russia ; Clarendon (represents England cape. It i is supposed that ticrewerc. sev-

;" this The United States ship John \d:1 left urself. We have *a advocate copy from the Record Book of this Court. REVOLUTIONARY CLAIMS.D wire The watch dogs howl at midivght j Dazeglio, Sardinia i Buol Austria ; eral Indians in the ncijjhhood, but they

port in July last, bound to the FejccIslands Cus t WITNESS, my hand and private seal, their Ritchie, l'a. T Z D Fuller, Me. the token of desolation that is.upon us !- Walewski France ;and Dervish Pacha Tur were inyislble.-Pen! ;t"ullrl1ullo1ra1js .
inquire into and seek a party to defend and therefore do not
t reparation The throw his stream of red
4 seal of office this
being no here. A S Murry, X Y. IT Clawson, N J. key.The
; natives for many cruelties those committed L)the ivish to tire our readers, with such self- 19th? day of February,A. D. 185G.ARIS1IDES Wm Smith YaA II Cragin, N II. athwart the heavens and prophets prophecy steamer Atlantic arrived out on the Pills, a cenln cure for termination

demand inhabiting for the Ilands of to I conceits. The editor of the Republican. DOGGETT, W U ENGLISH, Ind. J R Eiurie, Ohio. President Chase subscribed fifty dollars !- 31st. of Blood the-UC:1: .-Ellas Hope,
: : 1 indemnity several ft. fight in Kansas and for fear of of the celebrated
D. C. S. C. r a one moat advocates of
:: American m: ing no longer a cause or t to ciniloy PUBLIC EXPENDITURES. '
ships trading and Cbhipg" in par
i r loosing the money he issues his war .pro- Further from California. temperance] in the Union, admits that Lo
:! r t. the Fejccan Arbpag. i\ bis jcu, may, well I employ in 1'0' The Steamer scmuioic., Srdnry Dean..Conn. G Vail. N J. clamation that will bo found in our. paperof By the arrival at New York of the steamship I suffered 'more than any one he ever heard
: The character the intentions himself John Coode J M this Therefore. '
.esUng good \ ELLIOT Ky. morning
'Northern of from termination oCblaod to the
The hull of this ill-fated steamer has Light "we have :an Francisco head
I 1 ti:. of these sa\g.s demanding the exercises party, in former times. But instead of putting JOHN KELLY. N Y. 11 Waldron, Mich. Resolved. That every mother's son of dates Jj although he sva'nmoSt abstemious both in'
of harsh the been raised and is now at anchor in front to the 21st nit. Affairs in Nicaragua -
commander Richard Mutt Ohio. LOB BRANCH N C. purehftsej forthwith of *
: \IrS Ineurs us one Shupe'sriflc5 eating and drinking 'also in taking
on co much mock about it rest
: of the John .\dats deelcJ i it expedient I! gravity we of our town., This was accomplished by J J Pearse Pa. and shoot somebody Provided always !- were quiet. General Walker's force yet be was s'. bad at time**, that in the
: .' j f t.: to teach them their obligations to would recommend him to soliloquise, as PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS. the black national had been
E.t our skillful and enterprising fel1ow-cit 2ens: That republican increased to a thousand men by midst of his most elooker.I Discourse, he
the human race and did FO in a ma'ner' did the hero of one of the of the convention of of the States should
k that } poems Messrs. J. G. Butler and E. J. Johnston.We ff Porter, Mo. T T Bo'wieJ Md. a part recent accessions. President Rivas had was compelled to leave off addressing Iii.
some impression upon them; and. off at PUt the 22d inst.-
celebrated burg on
mae poet 'Straws. Says he- come auditors and o: several occasion has been
V B Horton Olio J M La. issued decree ,
p is to bo hoped, they will long re- understand that she is to be towed to SANDIDGE Music : My heart's in the Highlands &c. a suspending official communication -
I carried font !
I member. During the cruisiugs of the John 0 yen I lliinki on Tnt arc,. Savannah in a few days by Capt. 'Wiley.z J Thorington, Iowa. P T HERBERT Col. with the United States, and recalling .'away. Having meeting completesenseles. effectsofllollowaj's /
f And vat I used to E Etheridge Tenn. D T Robinson Pa. seen the'good
Adams in the of lands five 1 ,
FljC group I feat I'* thrown injself aray, T R Horton, N Y. [Frosa tho Savannah Republican] Parker II. French from his mission: to PilU, he was induced, ghe

'(f t sharp and engagements the cannibals took place of between, her Vitbuut Eufccat (0 I : Gen. Jesse Carter, of Tampa, we MANUFACTURES.E .Mr ISowlcgs and tbe War Department. Washington. "The schooner Oukabye arrived them a triaL and to use his own word",
f. crew Polynesia in
'.1 American valor victori, learn from tlw Peninsular, has been appointed MESSRS FDITOHS-Gentlemen :-An article :- at San Juan on the 31st ult., from they acted like magfe It Is fourteen
.4. 1'bic was alwa.'s TIE SUl'ltEMK COUltT. : C1a.rkjr, Conn. JonathanKnight.Pa.M with the above caption, over the signature months Ago since Le commenced taking
\| by'Governor llroome, Social Agent J CRAWFORD. Ga. P BLISS Ohio.N BlcwGelds having on boaix His Majestythe
oua this celebrated medicines; which completely .
"Wild Cat taken from the N.O.Pi-
The Court of of
\ Five of their largest towns were burnt, Supreme ourState has beenin of State and empowered to transact all B Durfee R I. F S Edwards, N Y. in, the Savannah Mosquito King. The V. S. steamer cured him ia two monthsand, bo has

_ i': and all the houses therein rducdi!': to session iu our town for the past week business with Col. Monroe, relative to the J-F Dowell, Ala. / P Campbell, Ky. caynne Journal apcared of the 16th inst. I regret.Evening but Massachusetts arrived at San Francisco on not had any return (this! complaint sinc<.

ashes.We learn that Chief Baltzcll, and Associate Justices Du- tendering volunteer companies in the JJ1 Ricaud, Md. make no comment upon the Journal's re- the 13th ultimo, from San Juan.I The frigate These Pills are wtndt'rrullyemcacioa in all
- : a important treaty pins pont and Pearson in attendance. AGRICULTURE. of this article but to bo disorders of the stomach and bowels. IS
l been ratified between cmmmdl'r: b ut- Ling state service. .The object of this appoint- publication beg Independence sailed en the 18th( nit.,

:, yeland Tui Vite or Thokambau, the huig The business of the Court has been des ment, says the Peninsular, is to obviate D P Ilolloway, Ind. E B Morgan, N Y. heard in behalf of one of the best and most for San Juan.: The steamship Oregon from
on behalf of t American Gov patched with promptitude auJ the following G A Grow, Pa. A Sabin, Vermont. honorable men in the United States Army.In r'ny the arrival of Gen. Carter.
L. Fcc necessity communicating with Gov. P II E D Cullen DeLL of Indian Panama, arrived at San Francisco on the from Tallahas-! .
I *< I the particulars of which )Have is the state of Docket BELL Texas. paying this Capt. Casey, Agent who brings important news
...> t' ement j l : Broome, which would consume much time, D Campbell, Ohio. P MeMullen, Vt. in Florida I say much,but not more than 12th ult., and the Golden Age on the,15th. see. we leant that tho Companies of Captains
\ James Cherry r*. The State of Florida. and to much truth I further and nisert -i W. B. Simeon L, Sparkman
The visit of this ship to the Fijcc Ishtid ) expedite matters as as possi INDIAN AFFAIRS. the warrants. go An extensive coal range has been discovered Hooker

has resulted in rc-cstablifching order, and Argued and submitted. ble. We think the appoinment is a judic BBringleNY.x'L.Todd Pa. that our Army has not upon its register : on the coast nearer to Stockton than and Aaron Jernigan, are tendied, by Governor
I' 11 Dorman Jacksonville his in and in all Brooinc Col.! Monroe as the hree
ts. superior intelligence to
Alligator ,
t restoring the of American dtitna & ious J L ORR. S C. n"'YLeiter Ohio-
confidence in Corral
one. that Hollow. At [last accounts
; ,residing there. I IItrom Plank Road Company.A : C Wis. A GREU\\"OODArk. those qualities of mind and heart which mounted Companies to be received, in accordance -
". _ _ I Certiorari was awarded in this case to Billinghnrst, pertain to the accomplished officer and Mr! Foote's nomination fur U. S. Senatorby with in3tru tious.from the War
It B Hall Mass. S Caruthera Mo.
?The U. S. man-of-war steamer Fulton ,
( Cape Ilaytlcn. 1 perfect the record. P T HER BERT Cal. gentleman.With the .American legislative caucus was Department, into the United States ser-
;' The brig 11 W. Packer arrived this port' The Court refused the application was in Tampa Bay on'the Oth and 10th reference to Capt. Casey's views, II highly probable. GOT. Johnson was inaugurated vice.,
last night, with dates from a Haytien ofp inst. She was in search of the bark Amelia MILITARY AFFAIRS.J with regard to the removal of' the Seminoles -. The Companies above 'indicated will w

"i ,I V. : January The ] Cap Soulou- pellee to remove this case fur triL: which had been seized on the supposition A QtiTMAN, Miss, C J FAULKNER.Ya, from Florida, I have only to say that on 11th of January. The Indians regularly mustered into service as soon as
12th Uperr '
,I quo t had marched on his secOnd' hearing in another district. that she John Allison, Pa. J WILLIAMS, N Y. he recommended such measures as he be- had been defeated at'! Walla-Walla practicable.In ,
connected with filibustering
_ (, expedition against tho Dominicans, but pis Harrison & others ts. Roberts & others. was some W R Sapp, Ohio, J W DENVER, Cal. lieved would rid the country of these savages after a conflict of three days. -Sixty ,Indians addition to the above, Cern Carter

: army having been pressed into the service Argued and submitted. expedition, and was liberated B Stanton, Ohio. J Buffington. Mass. in the most human, and speedy manner were killed and the same number informs us that tho mounted Companies

j was expected t
k' D. 1 Continued for waut ol notice to Appellees.Summcriin when she sailed for New York. Since that MILITIA.J served well the purposes of some of its originators and Leslie, are to be retan odL in the scrrice

J r In some cases, merchants a the C.p r*. Tyler others. time she has not. been heard of.The C Kunkle Pa. N G Foster, Va. but signally failed in its ostensible i, THE MISSING STEAMSHIP A.CrFlc.-3Iuch of the State until transferred to.the United
t Iiad been pressed and placed in jail to : Motion to dismiss &appeal T R Whitney, N Y. J M Parker, N,Y, objects ; and that every plan, yet devised States service, disbaneil by inkr of the
_ ,( their march the o\erule forth'removal of the remnant of Indians anxiety exists in the,public mind as to the Governor. They are to receive pay; fwu
+ to frontier, but were afterwards argued and submitted. z: U. S Frigate Potomac bear- J S Harrison, Ohio. A G Walking, Ten,
.- released. When the Packer sailed // W.Hoffman., Md, D B WRICUT. Miss. from the Peninsular of Florida has cause of the dltention'oC the Pacific,- now the date they commenced actual service-
Timanus & Co. the broad of Commodore Pauld- ,
Andrew Wal- ing pennant
I 11 I been to the work. Gen. Carter by virtue of the authority
the ofcr were still engaged in pi4sarng It B Hall, bS. unequal 26 days out from Liverpool. Ably commanded ,
3 f had bidden themselves. Icce. Trustee.Argued ing, and the U. S. aloop-of-war Cyane arrived ; With reference to Capt. Casey personally vested la him, will proceed to master said
ad many NAVAL.S built and
f firmly divided into
I At men time it wa rumored that the and submitted. at the naval anchorage off the Navy any insinuation touching in the slightest water Companies into the Slate's service with all

4pt Xmperor would visit the and his (officers The opinions of the Court will be delivered Yard, at Pensacola, on the 2d iust. J S P T Benson StranabanNY, Me, W JAS WINSLOW L N C, degree his honor, is false. Ignorantand tight compartments, the only conjecture possible despatch. Should! there be any
i $ made Cap him next week. SEWARD Ga, malicious must be the hand that would is that she has fallen in with the fieldsof deficiency in the organization of the Companies -
preparations T S BOCOCK
1 but for some reason he did not come. Mr. ELI BISHOP we learn from S G Haven,,N Ya Y, W Timothy W BOTCE DavisMass, pen a reflection upon the integrity of this ice seen by the Persia. Capt. Jodkins. ,, tendered,for the United States ser
t The party to the Emperor ire Cotton GIus. brave and pun man. With a constitution vice, Gen.Corter, w authorized to tender
Opls the National Democrat is WmMillwardPa.FOREIGN of that steamer seems to think that she
making Com
greatly of his de preparation shattered in the Mexican campaigns, enfeebled to Cot Monroe, in the staid of such
.I let: The cnSuenc, should The lost number of the Alligator Adver- to erect a steam Saw and Grist Mill, AFFAIRS. by years of( sickness, he has, whilst has put back to some European:Port. pany "or Companies the first three above

._. or assassinated, the people wo ib tiscr mentions the erection of one of in Pal ACMPcnnington, NJ, II M Fuller, Pa, battling almost daily with death, faithfully ENGLISH'OPINION OR;YANKEE DIPLOMACY named Campaniles the order jim which
--- restore a republican government. *Browns" taw gins, for Sea imiand: Cotton, tka.We T II flATLY, Ya, 0 U'Hatteson.-N Y, performed the various duties' assignedhim. they appear. Ho is also instructed to en

_ T captain of the Packer states tliat in that place, and speaks in commendatoryterms : are indebted to lIon. A. E. T L CLINGMAN. N C: F Sherman, Ohio, He bas shrunk from no labor, soughtno -.-Tho Liverpool Journal, i!speaking of dearer to raise two Companies of infcauy, I

General ordered t 0 shot by of i it. We feel assured that if Maxwell, for Congressional Documents- WM AIKEN, S C, A Burlingame, Mass, favors and enjoyed immunities, not the'Message, of I'resident Pierce' :says :-- and to tender said Companies,'raised, to 11Col.
-k ) Emperor, Wa Die one gave up tIC} Bills Ac. B B Thurston, It I. peremptorily demanded by' his physical "These saucy ,Yankees fail in respect,for Monroe, reception into the United I]
Speeches Ho will
had been in Messages
hon him after the Emperor's bad been rcspctei cotcmporary posses. TERRITORIES.G necessities. Any gentleman who imagines European pretensions and( diplomacy. States ccrwicc-Pentzsu1a

3 1*Itr shot duwn iu btle. I orlf the facts connected with this please accept our thanks. A G i ow, Pa, G S HOUSTON, Ala, ho is 175 miles from h Bowlegs," fur fear They speak of treaties with a rudo ,candor -r

he would not have spoken so highly J of a chance shot, can soon test the matter that offends the official courtesies of established To Dress JJJacarocl.
lacntJ Giddings, Ohio. A P Granger N Y.
: from Si. z. An election will be held in Putnam
Ittrat1 Domingo I oUt Far be it from us to decry use- S A Purvianco, Pa, F K CoUicoffer.. Ten at a much shorter distance M. courts ; and Mr; Pierce betra.J's'a Wash and drain as much macaroni as
subscriber writes to the Wathlngt any County on next'Monday for Judge of reprehensible familiarity in telling Lord desire for dinner it to boil ni
rj: ful but we feel W A'ItlCI1ARDSO ,111, J S Morrilf; Vt Famed you ; put on
in\entiol a duty we owe AnAstonlsuliigBIan. Throughout '
Star from St. Domingo b. the. last arrivd, it Probate, to fill the vacancy occasioned by J J Perry'Me. the World Clarendon that he is wrong, and must be tepid water. When it is soft enough to
to the of Sea
t'A Island Cotton
\ i as follows : I'lter in the resignation of II. IL Tca.sdale.J corrected. pass I fork through, take .off, Jroia it
New York and London the
,: ," are fighting all State to theiu their REVOLUTIONARY PENSIONS.J are now great ,' the Lord
They feoly haL our put on guard, and for In 'usual bluster, Palmcrstonscut through a colander, wipe out the skillet,

here. Mr tl three men I j to give them all necessary information on 2 W. W.: Tamlin, of Palatka has Brome, Pa, S Miller Indo and manufacturing Ointment depots From No.llolloway's 80 Maiden Lane Pills ships to Bermuda, ,tacitly saying to and turn it immediately back again. Then
fehlen lays. The EnglUh !id J Ohio B N 0 ; Jonathan 'Mind what salt and
Albright Craige are'about here
I subject* affecting their interests. received you add milk enough half cover it,
commission to this and No. 244 London
t t a
misecomrany city, Strand are
\I ; French are against these and help II A Edmunson. Va, C S Knapp Mass, we are.Jonathan was not frightened; red to taste, a piece of butter
_ : ing the Degrees. Santa pIle hs declared At the list exhibition of the South Carolina to operate against,the Int1 all'. The Na- K Miller- NY: ., J Woodruff, Conn, of sent these forth inestimable, daily, millions medicines.of boxes The and pots and the.homply language of Mr.. Pierce ,in as large pepper as a turkey's your egg,and grated chcew

fur the 'Monroe doctrine,' will ga 1 MechonVe Institute, held in Charleston tional Democrat remarks:t ho will be 'A Hall, Iowa. heavy the'comment,on British policy. Now, as plentifully! as you please; strew it P.itO2
the day. All is confusion here.. Judges last duty imposed by our government upon pa- usual the premier i* backing out and beseeching five or tea
spring, s cra,newly invented found a popular! and efficient 'officer., well INVALID PENSIONS. tent medicines and the !large,and constant gether, while stirring it, for
of the courts, and clerks under government, I the ,Americans'Mt to be minutes throw it oat ia dish,COT
long staple gins were o exhibition and suited to this service. angry, j then a
of Pills
A Oliver, N Y W W Welch Conn ly increasing-sale llolloway's, and
are under arms. All prisoners are sl* t.; I Ir but to,settle the thing amicably. It is a er the top with grated bread crumbs,aa4
: No quarter given. This little' rl1JuUc is 1 amongst t them,"Brown"and "McCarthy's." J l'ike, N II, A-u,lalbot. Ky, Ointment in this,country, determined their potent thing to be in the right, and the set it in the oven for a fbwminafes to

,' going U> show the world how can sustain The patentees were each required to gin a .Z At nn Ucctionbeld at Tampa on T B FLORENCE, VaS Dickson N'Y. proprietor to make this city his residence. Yankee knows it. ills usual. inquiry is, brown on the If left long in the oven,

hnt against England France and 1 fair sample of cotton on their respective! the 'Jlh) inst., for Mayor and Councilmen, J U, SAVAGE Tenn, J.II LVMPKIX, Go, Our republican system government,l is also !- Is it right 1 then go ahead.' We were not it will dry up top.and become,tough anti an
in with the
: 1 Judge J. B. Lancaster was elected Mayor G RUobbinyi J. harmony predilections of I. in the right and can't ahead. We S
y IIyt" _ gins, which were to be submitted the Professor Ilolloway "and though Kings go must palatable.
t and Ii!. C. BOARD OF O ; recall our ships and ultimately leave his anawvwW* 5-
C. \NALS. ,
THE, BIRTH PUCI or W ASU CTO -.- A I committee judges, who werutot. to know Urown Crawford.. E.: N. and Emperors have :conferred upon him' -_ --
It 1 communication from GOT. WiTS |d what the different Lockhirt, and'D.. A. Branch, Councilmen. J Knox, 111 G W. PECK Mich, honors and especial favors, these will never rude Majesty Mosquito to look after his ,1QT1CE; S
1' upon gin samples ,wc-r J A N Y 0 FJUoora own affairs. He is to expect no more beadsor fi rst sIMS< 3 1
before the Virginia l legislature i on Monday 1 lIughston, ., Ohio, be.so gratifying to him as the grateful ", WANTED hnmeditaly-.TwG
: cttg a proposition from Mr. Lewis; gione thus securing a perfectly ipr CoL WALKER'S PII.OCEEDINCS.-fit present T TRUWN F C, W"BARKESDAUiMiss. hearts of millions of free citizcns who with 'b ccy' from us. For particulars S apply 23"31**

I Washington V) r-nt in perpetuity 1 : till) on tho merits of !. the force of this iutcrpid :adventurer II D Scott, Ind, S 0 Bradshavr, Pa, out,any endorsement of sovereign{ authority 'News FROM 'T. UIlIIOur news from Judson lloqae. fob *

_ 'I trt the State orirnim site of t liebtrth "McCarthy's" patent was awarded the number over 1000 strong adherents to his ARuST, Ark.PATENTS. freely patronize his celebrated remedies Ft.MJ.ers this week is unimportant..When C ItUSIIED SUGAR, COFFEE DidoJ SHttB. t 5'

,: home place and of Ge of his and (of. highest premium fur long cottons, and all cause and plans, and all seem to, promise I .' for the prevention and removal of dis tho mail boat left. no express bad arrived cemxlby New[Orleaw fcb23] Sugsr-per 1I.flTUIDO] rig.TU1AN1S.

- "t graves ) Browns1' E B N Y S A SMITH Tenn from Ft. Deyuaud. t'heVh le' country in
nitor the Morgan
i provided the State bh l! 6tins ( amongst them) to make him a name"history. ease.As a mem.J'roCtho medical faculty, haying that wits inundatcil- Blacauly's History*

I tb Amr la to bo manually enclosed, were utterly condemn, .for that kind ,of .President Rivas,ku;with a'sort of coup 0 0 Chaffee,'J Miss B Emrie, ,R Paint Ohio.! ,, N 0, long,witnessed the inefficiency! of ,tho to ,the region view one vast sheet of water.presenting AU lIE cheap and bound eittfoaof! Maeanly WL t*"

: I ad mark the same by suitable taT cotton, but recmmeude fur short cottons. J'e/af propensity, Issued a decree suspending profession in curing disease sad',being operations' moment aro 'necessarily suspended. late voU. ITwtorj of EngLmn1 ,xpecai

>lets to commemorate those notable apos.< This wa$ the dccwn' the best judges of all official communications between Ni i PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS.E familiar with the_errors and follies of the .-Peninsular. day per ztaamnar jIaihtfeb23
Tho cummainnication was referred to o lIst! Ohio profession, we feel!it an imperative to -
- tjc- Jl C Puryear; N C duty -
cotton ,
thoorl. They say, that thes carnguaand' Unit States. through the tee American More, Fighting la
1 coauoictce.JJC I L"Todd. /Pn LMKEiTT.iJO acquaint public with the arrival Kansas. $20,000 Gcofgia Land5,
.____ -& saw'gins not only break the fibre of long U. S. Minister. lIe has 'aUo recalled his AE, Roberts, Pa. of this distinguished physician in our. ST..otllSJ, n.1!_ to'boy Lands fa tho Coontic -
presented in theOluulluust
t petition vt 'A on Friday cottons, but so mix I up thai the finer ,plenipotentiary: Parker:II. French.. REVISED & UNFINISHED BUSINESS. city.! His fame, in a measure,preceded him Advices from.,Kickapoo state,that a conflict WANTED r*,.Clu>ch, AppBBft **ffS
U'I-ltatlesJ cannot bcparateJ from inenorC to our shores, but the extent of the good S Irwin, Coffee,Thomas, ami EarJy"frhlal
i I I l iiat, in AntigUrrvlWict lock L t3: bill, removing Hufty the Know A Sabin, Vt, B Clark, N Y, he has done'In the world has never yet i recently took place at Eastern,between hlghsst prices will bo given. ,.
: ." pr rin for the withdrawal| ( i the pMlC manufacturers, ,, E.Knowlton.,Me, E S '1l0KTUi Ala' been proclaimed han American public" a company from Lawrence,' upder' Capt Apply at tho Bulnton Ione.saEL'IrrTIT0p.

-- .mtheSt.at',: or Ohio from the Union. The who work the former into muslins, laces Nothing Sheriff of tho' ,ci ty pf Nt vr Crfeans{ II Warn rGa.., : : Great as his reputation is, itis destined to Brown, and the Kickapoo Rangers. A F.b23-tf SS

_ 4 If&Tkiuak uho are dia&tilel with the and other,finer descriptions of goods. In pa' ced both Houses,of the ;"Alabama Legislature ACCOUNTS. ,. *' increase fur beyond that which ever adorn- number were killed and wounded both S
Union ota easily withdraw n It; tlxatMNl j. on tKc 9th iiwt.. ,'i *'',-". '. cd the character of ,man.whose profcsbion For Sale or Rent.
uut want to take ihrirniht'rs with b accordance ih'thl te i
_ t 'lh Jut. irhii uay bitter. .ajinveiatefils. .u-h t in Charleston, the on .?,I tJ:i t rumored. that'thePaciflq. ; j js J,1 CAtwALLADoicRPa. -, .5 ; F Buffinstrin. Mass, "S We bhall embrace other occasions' to explain .ton.' The disturbance is:supposed to hare 1' ,.1pomae terema th&Rn1ntQn t1duGIt ItemiseFvt -
*j< !,l ','1" P" those; rc rcctiTe sins hare1 aruind' Uivr{ 5ak ,''". r '' < !' .J SCaflilsf, Pa., lie 1' u'pI
s1tf : : tot American people'the system, o originated! at the election ca tLo a1i:1 t. ( Gt3
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February ?, 1IC6. From Yahtngtou.WAIIIKCToN. UJIEr SUM 3oOooIrk .

fr encvrybt the sntil. r therptd Feb.20. "Swamp and Overflowed Lands" tUaS1jiItto1ttcncL .
i 1856 t J : fi
P SIMe5 frua j.iy Io the Senate to OF -
laj Senator
U edatM.y Douglass rantovrz .
T Florida s will recenrt. ,
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Uthfe 4( Lhta Iprtmeiit Dnt I 3 p. was excused from soring on the Commit' I F iIerchantlizeFLOIiJThA IUUTRIDG & TllAXUS -
the C' tobedeoidodby the 7trv .1 pCT-SUA to the nutraeUoM of th. 5>ertUry
tee on Forvigh Kelatlonx. L of the WILL sell the following Goods,-whole -
Interior notice la
the fdflUIIe The Senate Lricfljdiscasscd the Central tbit, ia order to bring to doe* tie boiineai anJer sale and Retail, at Charleston or SaTtnnaa THE
3LEI1C1LNDIZ1. suited to the p4Urityofieatcvf4gmg.
oL the act of Tiz
Congress, spprored September, price ?
FLOUDA wants and tastes of the citizens JacksoOTille and
American qncstion. A resolution 1850,entitled "An
calling aol to enable the State of ATkuxiM. -
1. IS56, t. Je 30, 15 Tierces Bibbed Hams the
have commenced
Fr .TY ( euge'm Le n.11DaD.ktifle.1 for the Journal of the Xtral Board sod other States, to reclaim the 'Swamp 5 clear Si.Ie nrrocoilTRjr country, open- Southern Military
was lug their
Biiysrt, y STOCK Cot BROVARD'S BRICK Accadcmyis .
Fiu. Laa-V within their titniU the CAN' NOW
636 ewninsiUe 61 wilei a.ud back1 Mi at same time BE.SEEN AT THE STORE 10 *' Hams :
passed.In afford to sagar at the wharf of the "Charleston '.
parties who cUira that *f the 1
portion OP 50 bbls Men Pock, 30 bbls Leaf LarJ, Steamboat Agency. ltvtag-duoe busiress for _--.z-I iTLTO : ; _
.11cc L.a'$C' sri Monday at 7 a m; the house, Mr.Mace, of Indiana, Introduced Und felected under siLl law *re dry nail fit for i icnlUratioo 20 fcrkias Gwbea Batter, 5 bbls Market Ceef, many years ia Ca-oJiaa, we feel conSdent that our ar DLAw KOXTGOMKST L.&U3U, '- 14C1t
an to Introduce evidence
'.einaagviIle aext hay L.T.,6 P M opportunity Ellis Ledwith 10 half bbls Market Beef experience win enable }
bill to furo'tch
a to prevent the extension of all landj M celocted, to the approval whereof BO f us goods on terms 13ih,1&SG, t- ;.
JTrtXewaaiwvUl* Weda Jjjr at 7 a IB; 10 quarter ibis Ne. laud Mackereli that will give satisfaction to all who _
AnuVa Bayard neat day by 6 f m.u slavery in territories North of latitude 3030 ,- objection hereof, win 1*be made certiSed within and iix patented month from to the the States.date 50 ketti No. 1 sad 2 Mackerel a trial. We pr'fws. sailing frf CASH'may give and us WiZEN PRIZES AMOCNTIXO TO- '

fcr.e.i-/-'*"*'. with ln 5considered. which produced considerable ecnsation Such objection as are contemplated by the &C 2 half bbls Salmon, 50 boxes herings, "COUNTBY PUODCCE- It U our intention to $3OOOOP.-
4 easeS Sardines, 1-4 aad 1-2 boxes keeps. stock
be tho
,-ilt as and
1.1$ as to th. eond.tions. to ipt.i in the House. A motion was made to refer the above mart be made under oath, and filed with O 10 2 Ibs Cod Fish, trail win warrant by Country Will b* distributed accordIng ta the ftJJowtUantifal .. -.

F'c ntht c atrcU! bidlers may eeVm- the sptjcct to the Committee on Territories Register for transmission and Receiver the of the proper Land Office 30 bbls Mitchell's double extra Family Floor, Wholesale and Retail Scheme, adopted at the>preM desire of ;

JrrtImeut for conveying the, mails i \ ir- to General Land Offiee. Terms Cash 20 half bUs superior Geucsee Flour, many patient, who prefer a few eh-tce. at Urj .

phiet $ tdh CroM $nth Ca.ohoa, Georgia, pending which the House resumed The said necessary officers.forms for affidavits are in the haaJsof 10 bUs Buckwheat Flour, 30 boxes Buckwheat do. Oar Stock win consist mainly of Prizes, to many chances at icji niSeaiil sanK ; .r

giaja.Flomla,dItCII JM1RTT 12th, 1855 the consideration of the resolution of the The fullowm* cluies of land 50 bags .4 2ObagsGrabam do DUY GOODS.
U'1 JAMES CAMPBELL, an exempt from TT7TTIIOUT attempting toetmomerata 10 u Rye Flour, 50 bId Pilot Bread. CLASS A. .
every M.
S Committee on Elections! asking for objection, to wit: V Kersey* and Liueyr, .
Postmaster Genera power i variety of Merchandize contained in our 20 bbls Soda Bread, 20 Navy SCUEJIE.

feb 23 4t to send for pcnons and papers, in thecae military 1st. Lands bounty entered land warrants with cash or, or scrip located, after with the Stock, we would can attention to some of the 10 Sogar Crackers, 5 boxes" Macearoni, Scotch English Plaids Merinoes, Homespuns Oneaburgs,, I Prize of. .. *3,0(01, . ..$ R,000. '4
viz boxes
leading 40
New Goods New Goods! of the Kansas contested seat. A motion passage of the act of 24 March, 1953, "For the :- EngJairy Cheese, 6 Vermicelli, Black and colored Silks, Checks aad Stripes, 1 do. . 4.000 are . 4,000
20 bUs Mercer Potatoes 30 bbb
relief of partharcrs and locators nU and 125 Bale flay, 1 15 boxes Toba o-. pink eye Potato, Eloreao dci Caabrtc, do. . 2OVOare . .4,00G :
the this swamp
UnnVfol to citizens 4-f to the table defeated 20 silver Onions I bbl
lay on was Cramberries
by 400 bushels Corn ,
rrUE iuba" overflowed Ian aLt t* f* their very liber*I p. three The resolution finally 2d. 3 bids Mesa Pork, 46,000 Scgars. 50 sacks Rio Coffee, 10 sacks Laruin Coffee, Prints ami Lawns 5 do. . -
I phe them has majority. was Lands already patented to the State under Bleach Drillings, 500 are. . 2500
IreI1a (il' his !h..rt stsy amongst the Swamp law., 3 hbds Sides, from 3* to 855, 10 matis Old Government Java, 1 bag Mocha do, Muslins, assorted, Ticking.! assorted. 10 do. ... OOarir . ...2000.' 44 $
fr the of purchasing recommitted to the committee with in 6 chests Tea C chests Green Tea.
mt0 cW 'jotk puirose In all coxes where objection Is raised, testimony 3 Shoulders, 600 papers Fin Cut, Oolong Ginghams Flanneu,assorted., 25 do. . 100( arc ., ,T,5OO .
sfmhIttIku( I structions. most be taken before the I>giter and Receiver 4 tiorces llama, SUil r&Cbew'g Tob'co, 5 hhds St.Croix Sugar. 5 buds Cab Sugar, Jackonetj ami checked Canton do 60 do, . 50 are . ., ,. 4,000 '

SPIUNi & SUMMER GOODS of the Land Office, at each time, after the expiration 7 bbU Lard, 50 Ibs Macaboy b Sootch 20 bbls Crushed Sugar, 10 bUs brown coflee do, Cambric, Iloweryi da 21 da. . 2,5 are. . .

Lii principle to pay wiit an New YOKE, feb.21. of said sis months, a* they may appoint, with 14 kegs Snuff,- 20 Lbb N 0 Molasses, 10 bUs Grocers Syrup, Fancy Silk! Trimmings, Blanket, APPROXIMATIONS. J
AnSI *S it is IZIfl4t 8 bbls N. 0. Molawcsj chests GreonlBl'kTea 10 bbls extra Golden Syrup, Needle'worked Collars CM'I
the consent of the Commissioner it Lady's silk Gloves 't
the General '
1 Ie is WUII 7( fUY exIoct gmat The cotton market is actire to-day, with Land Office. 2 hhds from3TI-2t.oIlb, 50 boxes assorted Candies, do da Sieves, Gnt's Ida do 4 Approximation Prizes of*30 00 are . I -

ap.m bli T1.n7 can be bongU'at }&prU, behetbrr sales of 10,000 bales. Middling Orleans The lists of swamp and overflowed Lands are 5 bbb Golden Syrup, 10 boxes Pearl and Con 500 pounds" soft shelled Almonds' da da Chime IrUh Mnea, 4 .. $5 23 00 are. .
rtiq 2 U 500 Filberts, 500 lbs Br *Nutty 8 a It '
Starch -
A.O.Philip's" s tU*, Damask? Table Cloths izeOare ICO ,
to -
it n a Locomotive, f team sold at 10 5-8 Middling Uplands atlO 1-4 open inspection daring the regular business 50 drums Figs, 1 caw Prunes, 2 frills Date M
C 8
wilJ f Mn'linA few ; hours of the Land Office. Crusted Sugar, 1 Creem Tarter, *, Ribbons, assorted, do Napkins, io 00 arc ; .su -
13t1O > P*
};fllnei 1 <* l one Fair Upland at 11 1-4. Given under hand the S 1'ewdered M 20 Chocolate, 5 drains sultana ruin, 2 bbls Pickles Handkerchiefs,assorted,Silk an-1 straw BoneU. -
at of
ini Ti afli t.creJ for .Icon of Th.pl.;. ton this 2Ut my of December, 1855.City Washing 20 CoffeeCius'd" 25 Raisins, 10 boxes 1 gal, 1-2 gal, quart and pint Pick!.., Silk MADUlUi, 174 Prize amounting to. ....... ..... .400,000 .
TjL the larjt pnrtwn Flour is firm day "
2fitk But -Southern selling at .OO0. 23 Brown 70 Figs 5 Walnut and Tomato Catsup, '
W"band until about the Sthof MaW*. Corn is TU03.A. HEXDUICKS, 2 boxes Havana '< 10 Lemon, 4 natural Preserves, Clothin?. APPROXIMATION PRIZFS. -.. : :.
T B Ml'SHBAK. Commissioner of the General Land Office* '. 4 India Dress Cents Flannel Shirts The two numbers .
Y.b21-2L Jan. 19-Cw 80 bUs Irish Potatoes, 5 Tomato Ketchup jest preeediagan tie two tut- si : .

----- I National American Conventional.PiKLAPEtruiA 64 Apples, B M Pickets, 4 currant, urape, uranj iiemoajeUi s, Pants, Negro da lowing that which draws the Capital Pru*, ; .-.

GOOD NEWS GOOD HEWS! PROCLAMATION 10 M Turnips, 5" Sanc s, 30 steam Pale Soap, Vests, Hula anti Csps,assorted, are each entitled to a prize of S30QO E, <
Feb. 21. 10 Chapin's Extra do Stocks and Cravats Shirts and Collars. The two numbers '
3 Dried Aj H, 60" No 1 Fam'lySoap preeedifi&aad tha two foU- -
Very Important to the People The convention to-day passed the plat FOR THE SALE Of 1 -" I'eacbea, 10 Pala 5 saltwater d->, BOOTS & snoqs. lowing that which draws the second Capital -- I',

Swamp and Overflowed Lands. 22 Onions 15 Toilet 5 Vangate's do, Lady's Enameled Boots, Men's JJooU, course, Prize, are oca entitled to a prize of ,25 00 -,
of form of principles published in the Wash 12 Flonr.Korth'ni, 1 Castile 5 Washing Compound, 1 cask Sal Soda, colored Tics, fine, The two numbers preceding;and tha two following j

OF AT COT, at the sign lot the ington Organ of the ICth inst., as a substitute PROCLAMMIOX is hereby made that from 42 sacks Georgia, 5 bhU Vinegar 200 lbs Potash in 6 and 12 pounds cans, kid do S wes 4 SUppers, that whkh draws the fourth Capital '1 .... -

CIELLtG Re 4 Cap Sauiniu' ItuiUinj-Inor- X and after this date, the Swamp and Overflowed 1 bbl Twgnes, Cider and Wino, 5 bbl CiderVinegar, 5 bbls extra Apple Vinegar, silk Gaiters, ** Degress Gaiters, Prize,are each entitled to a prize of It 50>*

;: tai.Atn t.atu fur 1'ULhG GOODS, wi off.r for the whole platform adopted by Lands which have been selected for the 2 Mackerel, SbxiSanaparillaSyr 5 pure Social Viaerar, 6 bIds Maekenry Oil, kid Slippers, Rip Brogans, The two lumbers preceding, and the tw* lX

4I4t f-ulherery article in our Iii far the Convention held in this city last June. SLate of Florida under the act of Congress of the lOh&lfbbls 1 Capers, 1 Lard Oil, 2 bbls Alcohol, Misses coM Gaiters, Youth's| da following that which draws the Wh Capital -W. L .

tr'nn thL All Jay are in\Jl lt' conic and we bcfur* par- The the 23th September, 1350, will be subject to private 25 kitts 1 bbl Pickets, 50 boxes Tobacco, lbs 5s,Ss and 10s, Loots A Slippers ghoes 4 Boots, Prize, are each entitled to a primal 1000" J
eud rote on adoption of the new plat entry at the oCee of the Register of Public Lands 1 Negro Erogan
eI4pwhera. Cirne JKet "rIry 75 boxes Herrings, 21 ozs Quinine,best, keg Rough Ready Tobacco, |
b.ifl emne also and got jruur Clothing form was 108 to 77.UcrcIjthit'i. in Tallahassee, at One Dollar and Twenty.Five SOO povnds Cod&A, 5 bags Mocha Coffee, 1 case Invincible Together with a largo assortment of Ticlcls$5 0-Uahes.2.S0--QuarterL52 I

4ob J (11"I'thin| ;ever.we Cents per acre, one fourth of the purchase money 10 firkins Butter, 8 Java < 10 boxes Pearl Starch, 5 bbls Linseed Oil. HARDWARE. SAM'L SWAN,Agent aal iiin. .i .

ibpitptr would aO ??oo1* fsVlth CO tilf lull WCjJn I 'tb to be paid in each, one fourth in one year, one 20 boxes Cheese, 43 Rio 2 bbls boiled Linseed Oil 2 cases Olive Oil, CUTLERY Montgomery. Al- .

htu f 'low WT the Uatcn track of puff..herti' ,- foirth in two years, and one fourth in three years, 25 labIa Pilot Bread, 4 kgs Gun Powder, 20 boxes Yeast Powder, GROCEIIES, Agency. at "APOTHECARY HALL," '-"j% f I

> and tell of thing* unheard of, but ff you ijotc1 with interest upon the credit instalments from the 10 Navy 45 boxes Adamantine 10 dos clear Storehcrs Friend, ic., 4c. JackKinville.. : t I-

Cr1, aul UI ytU ire will gLve yon such aa we aybare. date of purchase, as in the ease of other State 5 Sugar Crackers, Candles, 20,000 Segars, wormed 24 gross Matches, It is our intention to procure at any pains or TooxxsTrt5H ami hums WVXAX, Es j-'V P
eU J. robE t I&to. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lands, or five per cent wi>l I.e deducted from the 5 Bwton 10 boxes Sperm Candles, 12 doe painted Bucket, 12 don 3 strung Brooms, expense,suitable styles and qualities of good for Sworn Commissioners to superintend the Drawing.]!; .
jscoivil1a.Feb.i 23,1556j credit instalments when the money is all paid at 5 Hani 2000 Ibs Lead i Shot, 10 doz Coffee Mills, sari, 20 reams Letter Paper, LadicA NJB. Letters containing money will be strictly \ a-
rPHIS JL HOTEL is now open for thn reception of the date of the purchase. 1 Graham 36 boxes Lozenges, 20 reams Cap Paper, 10 reams Note Paper, Nov. 10-tf I WILSON Jt WlXTERNI attended to aaj cocfidentiaLIMano .

:Etowztrc1 tustomers. The uaJenign flatters him.'el/ Persons living upon or cultivating any of said 3 Fancy 85 Candy, assorted, 20 kegs Dupont's Powdor, 2 cages cans Powder, ,
S.oo that lie has the ability and Jwjx itiun to afford to lands, not exceeding one hundred and ixty acres, 4 White Beans, 75 sacks Salt, 1000 Ihs Buck and Drop Shot. 500 lbs bar Lea., Salamander Lightning Forte TuBHiand Repjlrl'at" '.

V ILL be paid fur the aj{ reliens3onII his patrous the very best act-oiunHNlations, and will have the preference, provided they will purchase 5 Burning Fluid, 10 boxes Pipes, 100[ kegs Nails, 100 pn'TraceCInins, 4 dos Ilauos, CONrnJCTOI!$. THE SUBSCRIBER will attend;t--
Mj ,> days ; 5 Sola Oil. 160 cask Nails, don Wagon Saddles, are only Permanently Safe .rji1any calls in his fine of buataess such as"- I ITLTNLYG.
m tii thee rau b* g-'rttan, of the folldiwing patrouice hi* House, the beet fire that can be fur. and to prevent the itnr>ravea c&t of said persons 3 Lard 2 Wrougthdo, 10 dot Leverctt's heavy Axes LIGHTENING HODS REGULATING OF ACTION

SSSeiIMTHtUD.. nearly white; J01JX, of imbed in th.tity. Tho Merchant* Hotel is now from being entered 9 others, every person applying 4 Linseed OH, 2 Spikes, 6 in, 2do. Bagad 5 don Conins'Axes, yet invented. B UFFING OF HAMMERS i

a h-Uteol; VEIftY. a black, und JANTAUY, upon under his innnagetneat and sujfcriuion, and for said Ian Is within ninety days from this 7 Machinery Oil, 10 Family Grind Stones, 20 dos Axe Helves, 20 dos Reid's Locks,assorted, THE insulation is perfect anj not subject to ,fa ; .
uVk < UAKLES, blark, BJid BILL, Uaijk he hopes by strict attention to business and mode date will be make PIANO FORTES sold en commission from tha-
a ; required to an affidavit that 2 Tnni ntine, 3 EmpireCityCookStoves 9) dos Pad Locks, assorted, -
in the of thoso of construcstmctlon
Any iiif.nnati'Hi conoenung any of the bove rate charges, to merit liberal chare of the public the land applied for docs embrace the residence 1 M Fnr'e Vami.h, 2 Revere *' 30 prs Tucker, Cooper St Co.Sea Island Bagging, mpoir aa The article case speaks fur Unary ktself, and those- best Manufactories in New York, at New York.*.
I be appreciated, and a saitabjo r. patronage. JOHN BOZF.OIAN, cultiveted land prices, for Cub, .,. P I
placer il! duly feb 9-t( or or improvement of any 1ern 1 Copeland 5 Boston 200 lbs Bagging Twine, interested in the fecnrty of their*houses, win satisfy Orders from the Country addressed to -
arJ pai* by Proprietor.Ia except himself.By 1 Ship B WatertownBox" 5000 Ibs Monnilla Rope, assorted sizes, themselves by calling on Mr. AM..SEED, '
;F.o. W. CAT.L, J&1wnvilt order of the Trustees of the Internal Improvement 1 5 Parlor 2000 lbs Tarred Rope, TH03.A E. BOHNSTEDT,. ,
Putty, .
of JabkatnvOIe Fla Mr. KIPP
or J05 FIXE*?AN i CO FernoudinaJf tie Eastern Circuit Court.of Alaebna County, Fund, this 23d day of January, A. I>. 20.000 Ibri'hil.PureLoad.300 the Stove Pipe, 10 ps Cotton Duck, 5 ps Cotton Riocu, our sole Agent,for the, or erection these rods in, nor. 3-6o Proffessor OfMaie. -
Ccrcult ot Florida.IN
B-The above sla cs *ere recently brought ,. 1856. JAMES L'ROOilE, 700 lbs French Zinc1. 200 Zinc, 10 coils packing Yarn, 20 bales Ockum, EwtFloriJU. Foil SAL1U. *

f ,.Viirih Carolina. fcblC-tf CIIANCEUY.EuzABBva Governor and President of the C. T. I. I. Fund. 1000 ft. as'dVfin'w Olass, 100 prs Grey Mackenand 6 3-4 IU Blankets, DWYER i AtronrNBArGn.J 2 a

i Srcc. Compl't, 1 Eu far Divorce SHERIFFS SALE. BUILDING MATERIAL. 100 prs White Mackeaard, "CAUTION No pee is authorized to use 'p11-i; WELL KNOWN A3TD VERY DES1It-* *

2 cases heavy Kerley's.Jacksonville our patterns in Rut Florida,but our above named I ABLE PLANTATION AND RESIDKXCB f 4 -
RUNAWAY from the subscriber, cm the LORIKO SlW!*, Deft > anti Injunctkn. WILL be sold on the lit Monday of March 40.000 Bricks, 300 White Pine Panel ,-Jan 12, IS55.MMSIOI Agent. (mhS-ly) D. tA.IDRI3LtRY of the Ute Henry R-Sadler, deeed,situated upon '

yi\i\ Jay ot l> *uiber U't, my negro man srierin to the siti-faction of the Court that within the legal hours of sale,in front 200 K'xklandLlma, Doors, the St.Johns River, about five miles above Jack".. t
JEUUY >*kl negro U dark w black eomrd IT the| Defendant: the above untitled of the Court Ilnuia door, in the Town of Jacksonville 20 bUs Cement, 250 Windows, 'tedsizes, HOUSE DRAWING 15OOKSforbe- sonvffle,called "ORTEGA." ThePantatio.m.-

tulerably Mont built, and limjw vary Lad- without the Eastern Circuit of Florida cause, but resides ,the following described propcrtylevi upon 25 PUdter Paris, 150 pares Blinds, I. giners in Drawing-filled with deaigm braces about Four Thousand and Five Hundred i'Hlr

y when walking on aocouut of bis thigh hexing within said State, it U ordered that he do as the property of John S. Mnrdotk, to satisfy an FURXITURE. Price 12 1-2 cents, Acres, consisting of Pine and Hammock bad,. n

lc a bnA.cn. It may be pu ible he has a pami, aud plead, answerer demur to said Bill within appear two Execution in my bands, in favor of Fernandez, 15 Sofas, from SlOb $T3, Jacksonville E. Fla. Memoirs of Sydne Smith-by his Daughter, well adapted to the culture of Corn, Sugar Cane* -

M be ran read and write, aul is very inteiligontUierwi months from the date of this ordur, or that the ITubee & Co., against said MurJuct to wit:-AnundltUed 55 dozen Chairs, troni 91 to 813, CEO M. GALPIV, PROPI1IETOR.HE Lady Holland-recently published by the Harpers and Sea Island Cotton. About Six Httajrej acre .. .

e. The above reward will be paid for same shall be taken as confessed. half district of a Water Lot known as 11 Cottage Chamber Setts, from 25 to M3 ,bound in cloth- cleared the greater part&f which are under cmltivatioa. I'
bis nsh'n unit delivery U ine, or Iwlge- the Distillery Lot, or lot conveyed by Maria Dog. end his Marshals iS.. I
sppr WILLIAM A. EORWARD, 40 ad.taads from n 50 to $9 above Napoleon -by Headly- Upoa premises are a find ccnHno -
; named House is siL -
Mut 10 fume pate Jail, and uifoiut me at St Louit Dec. IS, 1S55. Judga. gelt Fcrnandes A Mnrdock,and b mnJed as follows Bnrcana from 81 to $25, Stephen's Travels in Central America, Chiapas, dions Dwelling fronting the river; large Saga- i 1

l>.O.Colonik a count jIt a. i I : ou the East by lot belonging to "William 10 Ex Talks. O. k and Walnut tnated on Bay street in a pleasant and eligible ic Stephen's Arabia Petraea. House, with Engine, Boilers, la,complete; all% .

hereby eertifv that the forecoine
r.LIG-2t JACOB GODWIN. is a true and AUop t Co," on the North by lot Xo. 42. on the situation; it has been thoroughly renovated Historical and Descriptive Sketches of Norfolk, neeessary Ont-Hooses, Negro Houses in good re-7' .
correct copy of the order in file in my office.Witnea West by lot belonging to John Clark and the Mattresses, and Is furnished with entire fur and William Also and fine Well of ;- -I. :
FuR S.tIjI on ALjo Pine Table Wash Stands Sinks Wardrobes throughout, new Vs, Vicinity-by Li Forrest. pair, a water. For health anj .
: uiy hand and the raal of said office this South by St. Johns River and in the niture 1-fl4l the of this situation I
lying being proprietor pledges hisuelf that containing sketches Wflliaratj-nrj, Hampton, salubrity offers inducements rarely
TIIIT VALUABLE PORTABLE f AW.S.MILL. Dee 15 1S56. LEMUEL Ice Cheats, Center Tables, Hat Trees,
44 WILSON, Town of Jacksonville, end County of Duval and there shall be no paias spared to please all who Suffolk, Smithfield and other placps, with descriptions equaled in the Southern Conntry. Terms easy.. ', i .
of Unt 20 borw i owr, now sitaa- Clerk of the Circuit Court of A loch Work StanJj Card Tables, Looking GLusos Ic.
State of Florida also cane colored "Mare& favor him with their Good the of For farther
thr I'l&uV UoaJ tlin-o miles froiu town.Ar 5 DJOUM may patronage. sUb- of some of principal objejcts interest m particulars inquire of HiL SaUler, IIonthepremlsem.
led na 1'eb :2-2ia Eautern Circuit of Florida.SIIE1IFF'S DRY GOODS.
tao W. CALL Buggy. UUIAU UOWDEX, hug for Hone, and a good Ostler always ia at- Eastern Virginia, > .
plTt' ,
'> P\n\M MOODY, 1'eb. 2. 15S5-td Sheriff I). C 2 Ca-es Blue Strip llouiapun, tendsuce. Dec-, 1355. Beatty'j Southern Agricultare;|Stephen's Book n.K.SADLRRJ 4;
SALE.IEV1F.P ef the Farm Miner's Domestic Book U.M.SADLER V
f.blfi-tf S & WILLIAMS. | 4 Denims, ; Poultry ; AJmln're.sept8tf I -
_ : on and will be sold before the Court MAESIIAL\ HOUSE 4 itril cUirting, THEBITFMT Uoare on the Grape; Botany <>[ the Southern C. A. SADLERi.-' a

.Vdiniiiti trator* Notice. | in the Town of Jacksonville, on the 2 Cotton 0-m.iburgs, MML.IS : States; Fessen Jen's Complete Farmer awl Yard- "Charieatoa EtaadAnf copy once a week oatH_ .4'

"\TOTICE ii, hereby given that six weeks'from first Monday in Mirth next, to the highest bidder, SAVANNAH, Gi:0TTA5 ., 2 Cotton Flannels, ener; Mjcpenzie'd Receipts; Mrs. Lincoln's Botany orbiddeo, and send bill to thia office. ---- ,

J.N dit I nh\Il spplv' t<> the Judge of Probate the following lot of laud, to m it: 5 bales Brown Sheeting and Shirting, now open.for the accommodation of Travellers, ; Comstock's Botany; GetierAl notions of LAND .
f Columbia G.unU tor Lrttrn of AdmtDu>trtli| <>noa Beginnuig on the margin of the river St Johns rciicatly buo a r,*op.aeJ by the subscriber 4 cages bleached Shirting, particularly Invalids who will find health and Chemistry. WARRANTS.l .. i
Xj ,
the EitUs of J F G Dwiil. late ef suvl <|uualy > tw* hundred and ten feet above the South.Western on a more extensive and liberal plan than 1 ca.se Ped Wool Flane! the comforts that Gui affords. The Table NEW BOOKS CXPDCTITD. mItE 1 par CASH 5., .
d '. ed. 15 At AII BARBER ti retsvftir*. From h/u I.anr eiiicrance in th* bn- 1 Whilij country Kane's Eiplorationa in the Arctic t Mrs Mowatt's LAND WtRR.&NT3. .
corner oT lands belongmg to toe owners ot the u v wilt \m with
fonifeheJ the choicest delicacies of the
he hiinMU that
cine he
s, flatters can satUfy the _. aug4-tf JNO. M.IDWASDBISSZLIv PONcE.
3 r.rown and Blue Twin "
Ju 19-b I INOTICC. t "Honl Steam Saw MU1," then running North wants of the Traveling Public, and would ask a cams season whilst unremitting attention will tie given ,'iWir. Mn.-V7r' -acme IlQra'a ,
irty-two degieM West, two hundred and ten feet 5 cases fine Prints, to: please, that success might crown my efforts in Dictionary. Jr .4 f
j laid James share their patronage. 2 cages Kerseys and Liraey future. rv moderate Aim on hand an assortment of $no Game article -
more or leas La a.street, out by Winter Chargcs
A LL peun. are hereby forewarned from trad- through his lands. Then South sixty-three degrees j-n26-3t RALPII MELPIUM.NOTICE. 2 cues Kentucky Jeuu, ISAAC GARRASOX, *, Chess-men, ic., Ac. With aI articles ia the Attorney at L.aw-- -

log f.T two l'rntaL'ry N..ta. given bv inn I 3 ensue lii.kory Stripe, Hernandu Stationery line. C.DREW, --
V.'ect along Slid ttl'cet, two hundred and ten feet Bay-Port, Co, Proprietor. JTOTABYCdmmissionerfor PDI3IC '- '
1. Mathew. Smith, one fir One Tb>m'and JMUn to a corner, thence South forty-two.degrees East, weeks from data I will to the Also M DoLiusMpaeaaMOrta.#,Scotch Platds: South Florida. [Jecl-tf] Jan. 12 Occan-st,.near Eaj Un -
apply Judge
J*lc4 I6ib I'tbrnary, 1535 and due Jatuna- SIX Black and Colored 5'iU.s, Miulina, Gingbsnu, :
I t wo hundred and ten feat wore or lesa to tali river Probate of Xaauu E. Flv Court ,
1st 1-M the oJUrr for Three hundred county, for CambrUk, JackonsU, Ribbons, llandketnicfs, ofL'aZ ;. i ij
rj then along said river to the place of beginning,
Letters Office In
II&b of Aduinutration on the EsUtejuf John MAGNOLIA hOUSE Reed's Xetr Brick flimfidln 1 I
hcrcg Iuilan a&J Cfty-cme cents, dated couta'ning one acre upon the top of the Bluff,and Bessent., dec'd late uNa.ssan (assorted) etc, Ac, iiiOttt@ndZin, ;

fUtary, 1S53, and due January 1't, 1556,'as I one half more or 1aa between the Bluff and the Feb.l6-Cw JQUX county.JOIIXSQy.Jr.NOTICE. HOOTS $ SIfOES. ST.AUGUSTINE, E. F. April T]_JaekxmrQle.E. Fin. (fly. r
kir iletenume a>t to pay the said notes Until waterofritcrSt. Johns. Bounded on the North IVALENTINES.

I.a11y uui{>.luij, tiart beias a total wait ofoMiltt'm and Went by a street, on toe South and West bya 12 eases Kip Brogans" This establishment has been ORNAMENTAL PAINTING. -- 1-

i Tll'JMAS C. LOJ.NewLIlili:1411 etreet, and on the South and East by lands of WILL be sold, by order of'the Nay Depart 10 5 cues assorted Calf Men's and Boy's Shoe*, renovated daring the past summer *p.HE subscriber,beingnow pormanently located, ORDERS for Valentlnei, (with any amount ea--- i

: Feb 5th, IS36. febl& w James Winter, oa the North and East by the St. for cjuh, at public outcry, in the 600 cases Ladies' Boots, Gaiters, Slippers, Ac. -pamUd throughout, cLeaned, io,and is now X offers hk services to the citizens of Jackson for taT* m tha xnt,nL.v .if f..4tTTA. tL.. .

Johns Rirer. town of Jacksonville, E. F., on Tuesday, the 12th 3 prs Cent's stout Boots ready for villa, in tie above branches, ana solicits a snare the subscriber, who hu a ha&iliome assortment 04 i

Qtr, To. satisfy an execution frsuei out of Circuit day of February next, at 11 o'clock A. M, a lot 6 cues cases fine Calf BooU.Crockery FAMILIES, INVALIDS, TRANSIENT of patronageJAMFS HARKNES3.l hauL Jan 12 C. DREW.. -

Court of Duval county ia favor of John C.Grooms of fine BED CEDAR, containing about one thou BOARDERS ir. N. B- Gilding, Grtining, Bronzing, Ae. "*

WANTED \t. McQueen Mclutoea, prof-crty pointed out by sand sticks The above Cedar was sized by the -Ware, GlassWare, HardWare, Cut- For the future Mn. Thompson, a lady executed withneatncM and dupauih. FROST&BOULTER,

Plaintiff Attorney. C. S.Timber Agent as having been cut on Government tlery, Tin-Ware and Wood-Ware are complete. and the posses.sing April.23-ly. General Commission
qualification, advantage long Merchants -
TTTE il every
pay seventy-five (75)) cent* per day laads.
Feb 2 1S3&-61 URIAH 10 WHEN Sheriff.
\ i and board, wr one d llar per day without JOHN Carpeting Paper Ilangin-s Straw Matting, experience, will have the snporintendance. The Plastering-Plain and Ornamental; id tate StreetJioston Mass. '
solicits continuance of sTrlcUajlng, Ac.HPEE y ,
jubtrribcr favors
Iward, fur Uburers. to work on the FLOKtDA Velvet a past anuer .
Jan. S. 1836. C S T. "IT r ILL pay strict and prompt attention to sabV -'
ATLIMH' aaJGt'Lr CENTRAL RAILROAD.. SHERIFF'S SALE. Agent. Tapestry.CLOTHING. the present management,every exertion, with subscriber desires again t4 offer his servi- \ *
Payment v, be made at the end uf every Uurty I" EVTED on and wit! be told before the Court MIM1STIIATOR'S NOTICE. he; assistance of the present hostess, will be modeM JLcestokisoU friends and the-1 publicIn the other Sonthera Prodoca., TIMBER, COTTON and 'I

4>js. MVrkto couuuenue on the first day of -Lj house in the Town of Jacksonville Ui Dress Coats, Negro Shirt*. give general satisfaction. The home is desirably performance of Plain and Ornamental Plastering, *- ,
on ? is hareby given that six wooLs from oct T-tf OLIVER FROST. I
March 1 NOTICE Dress Pants. Flannel Shirts, situated,the Bricklaying, Masonry, Ac. He will contract for
next. Crft Monday in Mnh next, to the highest bidder, I thai} to the of EOYAL
apply Judge Probate BOULTEB.-
hats and rick-work and plastering of buildings entire, ; .1
Ve.ti, Caps.All Room Clean and Ntatne.es itself upon
CO. about old named ,
one negro man tweuty-twoyears of Duval County for Letters Administration on and himself to despatch
reasonable term pledges use
OfBee,Jaeks cvilV, East FlorUa." I Muses levied on as the of Paul Deuery bo furnlihod handioincly. Nothing Administrator Notice.. .
property the Estate of Peter Poos, deceased.Jan. orders must accompan- in the execution of all work entrusted to his J .-
J&nwy2, I36-tf to satit-fy four Execution issued out of tho Circuit 12.13566w JOHN M. POKS. wanting, SIX WEEKS after date the undersigned wSl "

1 Court of St. Johns county t one in favor of BisbeA jed br remittances. Being entirely built of wood, which renders it free are.He hardly thinks it to give- those to apply to the Honorable Judge Probate for : !
1ST OP MTTTCKS REMAININGID Canova one in favor of Asapb Donbar and oae To Masters of Vessels Alachu for Letter of
.JJ J.Jec.22lS51. Prow dainpoeM- The rooms connected by Folding whom he is known assurance as to the quality county, Administration on ,
the Pott O&ce at JacUuaxille on th J5U) in favor of Charles T. Patterson and-one ia favor any the Estate MATHEW '
Doors, with Fireplaces, and blinds to windows SCOTT, deceased, late
at febraary 1S56.lWxaddr AMnowpr.predtoship U CAM EN at the of his work, as in that respect hit has heretofore .
of Noble A. lUrdee and James C- Webb, all vs. I opening through to the Piazza, and affords a delightful ofnaS.Icounty. q
shortest no tic*. All communications addressed given to his patrons the most perfect satisfaction.He .
C C 3 Henry SM Paul will be sold within the usual hours Ton
Demory, promenade of 300 feet, and protects the TILL3Lt IxppAf.:
renewal the
solicits of
to the undersigned win meet with atten respectfully a patronage -
1bertaJIL, Ovura 2 Hams, S Win of sole and Dur l State of Florida. prompt PHILADELPHIA ITEW YORK &C. Oct 21 1333. nov3-6w .
in county, tion. house from rain, cold winds, Jtc-, and forms a delightful of his fellow-citizen JOHN IVEBS. -
Aauia, Jotoiib 7lUrryJ2 Hull, II U Feb 2, l836-w tRIAl BOWPEN, Sheriff Address.EDMUKD \TALSII, Ag'i, RETREAT from confinement at all seasons Nov.II-Cm

Haiiday.CHall dec72-2m Savannah GK ot the year. The House is situated in a, central MAGIC LANTERNS. -

Ham Bwctt, unl Capt 3 !, John BROUGHT TO JAIL, Savannah Charleston Steamship Lines. position, facing the South, and retired from other SH\ ISLAND COTTON GINS. TEST received, and for sale as presents for the .
John S Hatch Filial Notice. ,
Capt lioiucs. It contain 45 rooms, and conveniences rplIE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity to J Christmas Holidays,half dozen fine MAGIC .
Blackburn, John A Jnnner J UJoues the 27th of January,two negroes who S The well-known first class Steamships e
Baser Aaron 05. belong to Mr John Weacott NOTICE is hereby given that six months from in general, and for acwmmodition cannot be IUTP JL inform the Planters of LONG STAPLE LANTERNS, of three size*, at prices from S3 to :
Bates, MJrumon say they The old who, I shall apjIy to the Hon.Judge of Pro KEYSTONE STATE, pa3e& COTTON,that he has rebuilt his FACTORY, and 86. Some of the slides t>f the Lantorra aro with

Blu4gett, TiKN.1 Capt S Joliq R of Jt his Augustine.is LEWIS tme aa aad that man he, is about bates for Ducal County for a settlement of my account crrn. HIS DIE, -S.-My object ia advertiitng the above, u to is now ready to CO orders in his ilue without delay dark ground, the colors very vivid. They are -
Jnredun name ,
Le UJobncton says nod for final discharge from the administration make known to friends that this House, for the suitable Chrutmaa '
my at his usual prices. very presents for the boys-- j
Wackwood 50 old ho U 5 foet B inches The OF 4 ,
4 4 high. STATE GEORGIA,
Taylor ;
Capt yean
of the Estate lUeboxd Dillon deceased. future will give satisfaction as no Also received additional -
Bunv Peter other to U about 18 20 old andiaSfe.L4 or Planters wanting GINS, or Gins repaired, extra an assortment of Stationery 4
Jiase or ,
Samuel oppears years Nov 3-6ia T. DILLON J. J. CAEVI.V charge will be made. I solicit a triaL articles Sands .
CAPT. and
Barker Dr Also the 29th Boxes and Brushes, will apply to the following Boxes, Cap and 1 to.
Jones Elisibeth Miss Incheabigh. on a boy .
Bash, Mary 8 Mrs Jaguos, E about 4 feet 10 inches high, is about 20' years old, Adsaialstrstrli. Will hereafter form a WEEKLY LINE to PHIL.ADKLPUIA -. JJE. CARB- Agents. or the subscriber at this place: Clips, fur holding Invoices, Ic., Mahogany aad
AngustiQe, Dec. l-3m AGENTS. Ebony rulers, different styles 24 and 13
some ia
Jtetltr and he to Mr. Kencadi who lives al, *
,George Juuws, WI1 says belong on FOR HINT Oil 8ALC.A sailing EVERY SATURDAY
BL3BEE: i CANOVA, Jacksonville, Fla- ches ia length; Counting-houja Inkstaada, Blank .
Brae,PH Capt King, S Wm Rev Payne Paraire. The owners of said negroes win LARGE Store-Iloase. situated BaypprtHernando temately, from SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON 1tLILtRLE PROPERTY IN ST. Draft Books DonbU-actiun
S. L.NIBLACK, Alligator, FLv Perry'* Peas, Peat
Xalluwt i! Mrs Kellum, A R Col please come forward, prove property,pay charges County, and those who are desiri as follows; AUGUSTINE I'CK SALE. JOHN By SPENCER White Fa. Racks, Motto Wafer sheeU,Wire Files .
Springs, ,Ivory and '
Barely, g II and take them or they will J>e dealt with The will sail from Savannah the ,
Lbvering, George 4 away ble of business will find it KtTStono THAT FINE RESIDENCE the .
doing a good county a opposite D.C. ACOSTA A CO., CentrevKlage, Geo. Box Foot Rules, Chestermaa'a Patent X-UaUie
; .
1raaU,B J Luckett,, F E Dr as the law direct S. W. BURNETT, pmfitabU investment. As the village of lUyportU following Saturdays-January 19th, February 2d ; MAGNOLIA HOUSE. Also that valuable THOMAS HILLEARD, d<.. do. Tape Measures, 40 feet, SOfeet,73feetC.nn..
Enter, Folium* Lauad, Francis Feb 2-tf Jailor, Alachna Co. situated th Oclf fcas flae rich and growing and 16th, March. 1st, 15th and 29th. Leaving HOTEL known as the FLORIDA :
on property COOPER A GELLELAND, Sftvannah, Geo. ing-home $Utes,9 by 13 and 8 by 15. -* .
2ay1ey.James Mathews, J i county near it, U cannot U therba than profi Philadelphia the alternate Saturdays HOUSE. For terms apply to CUAS.H.CAMPFIELD, d* do. Also received additional supply office Cap asdi

Link.r, W It Cpt 2 Marton, Satn'l Capt 6,000 Bushelds table. It is healthy and has all the advantage of The State of Georgia will sail from Charleston A, H. COLE, CaptB-BYTHEWOOD, Baaufonl, S. C. Letter, and Note Papers, ratwl aad unruled,--' -.1 -

Bunker Ilyly E112Zd 2 McClary, Samuel orn, the finest climate, and abounds with all the luxury the following Saturdays-January 2Cth, February august IS-tf Orange ililU, FU. SCOTT, DEEEAUX 4 HEY W&RD, Gold Pens, Gold and SlIver Caawr, Portfoli* -
C Y Jlerrett, Edmund of good living JOhN E.JOHNSON 9th and 23d, March 8th and 22d- Leaving Invoice Books .
Carter 1,5OOBus1ic1s Oats Charleston, S-C. Fancy Invitation Cords and 2avelops ..- '4 '
Eliza ilcDonuet, Mary B Agent for J. PARSONS. Philadelphia the alternate Saturdays. FOR SALE OR RENT.A S. L. BURNS, Fancy Paper-macha Portfolios, a* P *M> -
Cwuwdv, Tbos Miller, A J2 1,500 Bushels Bran APT communication will bo aaswesed eoncora- In strength, speed and accommodations these cents for ladies PorUnuoaies ;
ClrkJuUaMjaa to running on the coast. COMMODIOUS and desirable house, pleaJ halT 29-6m St.Marys, Geo. A&,Ac. .-.-- ,
MunsooJH6 ships are fully equal any
C !e, Major S W MansonTHCapt4JJonson 50 Barrels Flour, ingh.preaia.- $.Mgia..tt Inland navigation. 100 miles on Delaware River \. snotTy situated on the Western part of the ST.1BLC.subscriber For sale, by a DREW42

C1&rkeCu1IWCIIUnIIA W A Just received ty ictoontr HENRY,from Norfolk FOR SALE. and Bay; two nights at sea. Cabin passage,with town, substantially built nod well finished in eve LIVERY Bookseller Stationer, OcesD-sS.near Bay. .

Henry A Martin, E and for sale by desirable and pleasant residence just state',room accommodations sad the best of fare, ry part, containing- eleven rooms a good well of [ WRAPPINS PAPER. 20 reams Wrap .. :' -

Cook, Abraham Myer, .113 ELLIS, LEDWIXII & CO. AVERT the corporate limits uf the Town of f20 from either port. Stee rage, $3- water in the yard and all necessary out buildings, q1fl will keep constantly pinPapcromtbaxzclforsahoDecl5 .

Cauahaa, JuuerCatfinWC Moon JamesMeDormett Jacksonville. Also, Agents at Philadelphia UEBON MARTIN, and suitable for.a private Boarding House, is'of- _L oa hand a supply of good HORSES
Jacksonville Feb.2-tf :
Jbua 2 A corner Lot immediately la roar of Capt. John Agent at Sarannah' C. A. GEEIXER. fered for sale or real by the year- on reasonable and BUGGIESto, let, Conveyance furnished to .

Cal; Demimy McCJary, C C Clark's residence, and nearly opposite Moon&y I Jan. 12-3m. terms. any part of the country. Horse boarded by the
Clmimwi, L 4 1cQueeuJaaA ATTACHMENT-Dural Circuit Cmujt.11&GAX Gookin's Foundry. Also, For further particulars- apply-at this office. single feed, day, week or mouth. By moderate Perpetual Bearing Stravr-Bcjnry : -

Itriukwater, A J N easier, J 0Newmaa PLtTT, Sum sworn tM $5,79.OO: That valuable mill site, with or without the machinery October 6-tf charges and persona! ? attention he Ttopes to gain a.

D7ta, E Joseph 3 Damsgea $1,150.00. upon it, recently occupied by Leese LEutler' MIDDLEBURQfittT. liberal share of patronage. Stable on AiUm-st, Plant. : :
mu Liuie MIoi OUver, W U AwAJ. DAv Saw Im. Also, c,1ctt iri srtoro, ia the weet patt of the town. Ho also has loUfor 1

Iaii,i j Perry, Jesse Capt THE Defendant and all others interested will That very desirable place nine miles below EL JUr-STREET the accoaimodation of Wagoners anti Drover 4'Sthese&'oabasalniTodfertranpranllngth.- -

big11; Fatio I'aluior, Thuoias notice of the institution of the above Jacksonville the river,known as E dJy's Point. nov T-6ni MEREDITH PEARSON._ _Xi. STRAW-BEERY,I Ute this method of aj, .

Bwliag, j Payne, J M entitled suit by attachment, returnable to the For terms apply to, MIDDLEBURG EAST FLORIPA, (Next door toReed's Brick Bu3tln! *.) vising the Gardeners and HurtieulturuU of Flori.

IItRtCJ Parker, Susen L 2 aest Terra of too Circuit Court of Duval County, Nov24-tf 0. C. GIIIIL Subscriber has now in Rich Cameo da how they can obtain my wynn KKAnuc n-ipn. .
Ehi*, U' Parker, B C to be held at Jacksonville ia said county, on the THE I will carefully pack the plants ia earth an4 maes.,

da&rda F A Parr,.Mr third Monday of March next, and to appear and IB the Circuit Court for the Eastern Circuit Transient Board, glM per day. aad is constantly receiving direct from AND MOSAIC JEWELEY.cz. to go to any part of FIorwa,insafty. Tb.plants 4

ZdtZDCapt P.01.leaE3flM plead to the declaration fi>J ia said cause. of Florida-In Chancery Permanent j$6$ to $?8 per wctk. New York, a full and well selected assortment of TUB subscriber having jar tnrnoafroin will be put up in pottage cf from 100 to 1COQ,.t L -

Llibeaia,1 Parker, G W Capt McINTOSH A WHEATON, THOXAI E.BccMA5,Complainant IBfll for for- -BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, .\New York- with a largo 96 beaatifUl TarieA the following ratc r ICO for*!; 200for$73M -
John 1'roctor, V Miss Plaintiff's Attorney. Ta. > eloeoroofADOSIKAIC 'hillS House is situated near ADGentlemen's tyf for$3| 500for$12j v IWHJfor S20. Packsgoa.
tato; E It 2 Jacksonville Get 20th, 1855.-3m may be seat daily to Savannah '
Ilirhardson, James J. Dir, Defendant 3 Mortgage, SUvcr-Ware & Fancy by express, and
ZUI.1E4. Bobenoa, Henry ..1Black Creek, and distant 13 miles from the Furnishing Goods, Jewelry, t from thence JaJcsoBvin by Ui. Irivt.J di L t -

*anls, Louisa B rtM BEkhards Jewelry Jewelry F appearing to the satisfaction of the Court St. Johns River.23 miles by land from Jackson- toorder'and (iock1S recLwuj win no sent te eaco ponbuer-of
which, manufactured also a large pasji 4
the are
T. affidavit of Complainant that Defendant
w o Mrs LlrxisLVhanli vl)10) and 13 miles from Magnolia. It is located emi examination Onions accompanied by the caa will recetvft )
and well selected assortment of recpectfuBy'iavitcs the pablte'to
Adooirua.. resides beyond the limits of the
Jalsaaw.EMuris Day, hill surrounded by a dry, healthy country, pporspl aUcatwn. CIIAS. --
F.d Natbznl4, WM. GROTHE State tt Florida i It is ordered by the Court, that pad sheltered from the damp,chilling atmosphere, BOOTS i SHOES. of his,(ock, comprising aa it does,: some of the dec8-3ai Coluntb.Cn.Y, 44
11KA and most fanhionallc styles of Cameo, Mosaic
rarlbtr CIUmaa.il the sail Defendant above named do appear and which is so oppressive to invalids. to which he would call the attention of the public iciest in :___. *
Lava and Scroll Jewelry great variety. -itI
!il1tJE NBtaaalaai 4YATCIIHAKER answer the Bill 01 Complaint filed hi said cause The Rooms are all provided with fire places,and cnerally.He CCNCILVL UROKCH.1CE.
Grata suitable for
Silver-Waro Fancy .
within four months from the data of the Also ,
publication wen furnished and ecmforUble- will soil low for cash rpH mderatgaed ia
large now
J J AIDJeweller are aad other which w.ll be sold cheap prepared to serve tlto: ,
r S'I Smith, David of this Order, or the said Bill of Complaint The travelling and mail facilities are equal to Nov.8 JL 3IUNTER holiday G. FL/tGG. i community at Large ia hL tin, of fcasioeea.

Yryiaii4, 2 Stockman.John P filed herein will be taken u eonfesMd against him. any otherpoint on the St. Johns River. Font fur cash. LuovI7-tf He will attend to the sale of Negroes, Y.nntis er: cj,I 4

Gec j A IL.v David 2 frvrided, that this Order be published ia some Steamers visit ti place each week,tim affording Insolvent Notice. any other effects placed ia his charge.
Sawyer, (KUT ooa TO THE rosr-crnc) Letters)r
GOFLa; P& Svmmerall. George newspaper in said Eastern Circuit of Floriea,ones direct cooununicatiou with Charleston, Savannah, L. DONALDSON, A!""*Jrtratm of New Stationery Articles. addressed tot mfivmation, win be

"daer,Thug FhistlerU HAS m hand a sptended assortment of beauti a wssh t t&nr mooUur. Enterprise, Palatka, Jacksonville, and other in. EMILY S.Duaaldsvn, Ute &f this County TEST HECETVED-Aa additional supply ot pried to. His general acqu-aintanc.pronrfBT in this Stats re- 1 -

GQj1Jp FbsldLJIhlL and naKjne JEWELRY of the latest W.A.FORWAED, hedge. kermediato points. A mail Stage leaves for New deceased, having Sled In my office a written suggestion J Iflaekwn4's superior quality steel Ink and others, render U uuu.e a/y to sp.ee.j r.v.
Covers style* and fashions such as Novsmber. I85.-4m.' of laid Estate, This is pen j ,,
and vf the
,Chart* Spencer, 8 RaosvUle every Tuesday morning- two mails insolvency (tent's fiae Morocco Pocket Books; straw eol'd fercnce EENJASilj; 1O2EJNSJij ..
'4".rJT2 Smith, Saml GOLD GUARDS, FOB and VEST CHAIX8 Fruit Trees; and hrubery lor Male. (from Magnolia and one from NeW River are reccired.each itercforft to notify at! pennM having-demands Envelope Paper and assM ndoraimue Paper; Jacksonville,Sept ZSth.l & -

'ea, jj TbMUioa,F J EAU-RINfiS, FING EIt-IL1iGS, week. The snrronndmg country against said Estate,to present them duly provcjl Mourning Nete and Envelopes; Blink Bills of Lading _... -_ .
GLrngu, I, TowaMAd, JoLn 2 BREAST-PINS, *
C J j Traver, 8 U f hkbviU be efferej at the lowest frioec At "WiLUA's Gaovr," 1 M miles from Sportsmen.. val County, en or before the first Montfry u> January Metallkt; MemoraBdnia Books Peiforated; Paper| ius UARKNES.ctbarjglocete4 in Jaekaen.' 4r4

pM VerJWr.CUrs for CASH PALATKA, EAST FLORIDA.A .- Invalids will find here every comfort and attention nest, at which time there will be a pro-rata ; ; 111 wto Ka
: : Nautical Almanacs; Gtllott's Pecsj floeVisiting vrcaU re pearttl 1pSeer th -4 .
r .
FIX E selection of Peach be desired. of the assets ef, said Ertte
Trees Ustribution amongst
Ward, J JWhinple CiTWATCHES At, repaired and warranted. that can reasonably Cards Record Paper bfue ruled ladwa thereof aal
Cap that
; HMwouliug she
; coaiUry
J Mr. G with his for the last (grafted) 25 cent*. Dr.J. N.Kncecn, of Indiana, a Physician of iii. creditors thereof. will be .
) cxpertence twenty French Nute Paper, gilt edge; small size Letter harpy receive airy okr in her fin >.v
haii&ua Select Almond, SO be ia attendance at the Witness name Jodga Probate, and the I
Gari Wigdw&id B H 2 tea ysura' practice, win toy
that he
eight as a WATCHMAKER flatters
years practical do yellow Cat Note and Envelopes{ Blank Man. mj eetraotird ta h r. RenMiwe m MOSK
1b71, I Iwil4as,1J A variety of the best Fig, SO [ seal of/aid Court, this the twentieth ;
Wsuasr Lu.eg 3 hlnmrtf houaedarbtg the Win' L'1
that be is !
ful'y competent to give ca- 6 old ut-Juno.t.7). IS33.FEUS iftxts; BUnk Shipping Articles t Pottelaia SI (e ; roe street, adjoining the Presbyterian Chnrch.-M*' I
3 D Sweet Orange, 25 to 100 r1Lc-KLIx PATSON day
years ,
flL.ai I tire satwfactiuo to th M who desire to have their fheet BW4 Lines I Cloth-lined Eavalops i Cargo EVN.B-Ladu,and Jfixec Lusuiera,-.gentle, I
Lemon da. LmNOSTON
3 B tClcily 25 to 100 ,
dee&-tf Pniprietor. .
Vou4ard, watches, tc-, repaired ia workmanlike Indi Rubber man'sata&o.UcacheJo4.on4de4. ,
manner. Books Tin Paper Cutters j BaotbiRmtdy ?*
flumij do. Probate Dvual |
Citron 25
to Judge
A.U.T 100 County.jEnO.6m '
fllggo& Vatu.CDV All Irsorw having good watches which,bow- Raference-Files; Box Calecd rs ; Notarial April 23-ly. %eatM4i,3L ever, do iwt perform eI1, nod are now'oet of Dwarf Orange.fin) do. 100FlOnAL Guardian's Notice. Scales Almanac 185Cf; Pocket Diaries tDuiak. : %i.
It.aly, $ WIll Webinja, 0 order viU do well Ic) call Mr. DEPARTMENT. month after date the undersigned Guardian -
Earta.LJ. on Grolhc, whose OIX laU white Envelopes; Elephant Tracing Paper j 31O. Nerc1sant'sfloe!, $i1 ; 4J f
ILt.r Wi W.Lii1 flU.. Pt terms are '*n* ure to pay." Dahlias, of the different and finest & for James P. Dell. Florid A, Dell, and Wm. WANTED, Music Papci f Mttsw ft iff Pens;Desk PaJs;-Cap 4r4sIon, 3. t

Mary Miss WIIby, WkIiu JJMi. 9P4.L14 himself of this ojiportuiiity; to lender varieties, from 50 eta. U SI 00 Dell minors, win eahibtt his accpvnls and vouchers or Two Hundred Negroes tv work 04 the and Lettef size Paper Oips; Doable Counting- flrflrt'lOw 1 pvet-. .:-:-. a

I Is"ienci1Ithg hk sincere thanks to the citmoe of this v>ls ea KowFwtiM, 50ets-JU 100 to this Uoo. Judge of Probate,f-r AUchua County O Florida Rail-Rovl, for whom the highest house ai>lXill3Ia e*; BrtttolBo nU; Drawing Till: ndrndne4 hln tr.ed tbIE Hole? 4t

asp faraiiy of tb* above letters ilflay od iU victaitf Jur the liliera patronage hitherto CammtHas, 3 00C2AI1 ,aad apply&r a final wUlement, and discharge wages will be paul. An-1/ to e1.ev; l'eatatks-8an4; a-ssortoilBulers; Bill iiiaji4 Jn 1Zintzo..t,aolif'cJO iiilei,

they are a4 artWd .r they ay A4 Wstowod MICUSO, *ndh >f.s that Ly adeternuutwc other Trees and Flowers may to had ca trout the tiuardiaa hip(>f said minors. ejatJ0SEI'lI FINIdA Jacbo rile anJ Lent I'Jpwr; md a new aa artmeut r>(EUniBoots. hog peblisa ik.et pztcaaJJ 31.t)- I t

p ': GBOTU; r. to please he will merit a contiauaace of reasonable teraM. IS. WILLIAMS SAMUEL R. PYLE, Guardoa.Scpteiabu or A.II COLE, Or..ige Mil.tf C-DRimr, I

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DR." T1IOS.The N. STEIMIEN'S State jltUtltolfire THE FLORIDA NEWS" Atiai'r Han. A 'MAllVELLOUS- V REMEDY i!i[r r -Felix Xivingston;;=, I'

v. ( Great Eye,King) ,

'H CIRCULAR. AND D.aJt t aifo fll) inting@ffitt. i Tea Depository. : 1 I in Broward's BrJacksonville.A.TlOflce LAW t .

Ee*dj Dc Convinced \nl111anI110 Your Marine Insurance Co. .! 11 em or ed to tbe' New Store In Holnca I II DQ .}

: U!1 Building, opposite Dr..Baldwin's I ,. E.aAVINO .. F,
; ; OF 1'F. ? "TLT.1 U. '
Office retired
ALL di eam* fie h U heir to, there are Corner J'u-rtA.V COUNTING ALMANAC from the Prelate 11.
0" if and Jtrkd-s.. llarrUlurg, HOUSE Is kept constantly on hand a large and the practk eotlet't !.
: none ) that entail more ntincry ou WHERE 01'1..l1r ta
4 rhop the dlseaaci
)4 JlnuDI termed "the 'inJow of the ouV .]. .$3 OOOO. 185 !e : DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Court at Jacksonville, also la the tniici 1'f1D'

( I. deryju3t1V.o, Cur when the ligUcf day U I CIIAKTGKTNSURE PE1U'LTUAL. 11 a' Always received by the iitcit arrival?,warranted : Distrfct C..rt at St. Angusth lla5Ing.4e.tltf.,

lat out from the body, it is like a bear deserted BUILDINGS IVrpclually, )IER.CUA r,4t, ;'O'i t-1 ,r.n.. 1'1 a. 'f f;: handg iuine. Also, my occnpa y of the Probate ffit*.acqu leIf
t, | ruin. & dUc.- I I 1 IJISE. FURNITURE, VESSELS in.. t' LolpaUi.! difficult than those Port and their CARGOES and other FI h'' the estates cf minor sad detfI.td t.
$. or more Property, 1856. ; fe: 1856. ; Lamps, Burning l'luld. Ac.., the PCI'lODt.
e ,1" twlonging t L Eye and he who discovers a rcm> Il gainst lowur damage Ly lire.DIILECTORS. ., -I .' w:hlch will lo sold low for cash. settlement of account by GuarduM IIIcI S?.
f for the all lUVISG mt.Je i I L I Wi are now n mmistrator. I tender my services
j pro-
edl L r I ; .
I entteo t grattudo" J .Country order*solicited and punctually attended partitotari.,
== =- Ointment.
> *
J U 3'f t 1 ;.f-c1i 5 Hollo\vayrs persons having buiinets In that line. !
mal4 L Sllbel only Jinan tRobert .u'1' -I-J I 2 ;'J&I.1' 'I t to. Physicians'prescription put up with care and attend Pceiior.s I will a_
t I claim tn public graUtudo frrrc| John P. Ruth rf'ord. Kloti, c itensiyo arrange. G 1 8 9 10 11 121' 6 8 9 12 pc.xedtocieeuteat_ despatch., to Coentr Land alHl to aU otltr
S J i 1 Bering Utelreuffe ring. After na\ing spentalmost lhUo C. ed%ink, AWDII.. Carrier 13 lIl! 16 l7lS 19 13 IS 19 L -TEAS. TilE GRAND EXT RNAL REMEDY.By claims apiust the Fcderal GOT rument talnate4
"'\ t a lifc-tini in experimenting, be baa .tlattnecoed I Albert J.GUlctt John B. Uuthcdbrd IDcntdortheexocu. 2l/211z./ 231:4125 20 21 2'l 23'24' 25 21 e',shortest notice Agent for the -New York Peiin.Tea Company 'i to me, with prompt ness. 110\.17-1
the aid of a mueroscope, 'wo see millions oflittlo ,
In the celebrated CUEM1CAL .
I dUcrinf Ah'wn! i n, Samuel June : 28293031tionofo.rc'1dDlC1il -
4 Tea of direct importation and of 34 varieties from '
openIngs: on the surface of oar Lodies.Through .- R ZCUD T. "BC>ttTT-
I : .'EYE SALVE wbieh.a remedial agent,t ands Saaiucl T.Jones, V ) FEll'!, - I 2 Ara''I' 14- -1- I 2 aiihndaofft 1-4 to 1 Ib. in a package, all warranted and at; these thIs Ointment when rubbed the i CA5.W.IURCLiLTT ;'r
"I U compounded upon el-ictly JOHN P, RCfHERFORD:: President. 3 4 6! 7 8 1 34 5 6 7 8 9 '" extremely low prices. < &
.J ( aiientifie principle", it U imiweeible for it t<> tuLad A. J. GILLETT, Secretary: UonoC 1011 12133 14 l 161 12 I3lJ 15,1 Pamphlets WCOUl1try Dealers supplied, by ordering skin,is carried to any organ or fawanlpart. Dij. DOUNlxc
the affections
of the Liver
10111 eMU KIdneyS, diwrJern.of ,
acts almost like a miracle. At e\idcuce red L. MORGAN,_General Agent.: 17l8l9232l2223' 19.20,21 accompanied with Cash.V ATTORNEYS AT LAW
of the
of tho Longs
the fclloning certificates-they conrince J. U. McRORY, Aef JaeJ.aunri1e, Flu. Job 2425126'27 2S :i 2627.2 2930 heart Inflammation
rt 'U PrInting, Law lllantS, o GARDEN: FLOWER SEEDS PLANTS, .., Astnma, Coughs and Cold*, are by Its means effectually AD .
Ji -1Tt"i""nWfNn the Xlerdutntttf? Mo. IIEFI.JUSCU; AT JACKbOXVIU-E: !bn'u II \\-1- also always kept on hand. cured. Every h uswio knows that salt
( Agents for
r C cl. J. S. unmia I Charles 2 6 V
Whey, 8ISEr''I'.1 5 Chiimg
: c the nndeitlgncd would unheEititinsly ThuUentiononboer july-( T..MCMILLAN. bone neat cf thick
\e. C al. John Broward, I 1 Sam'lN. Williams.q 7 S! 9 1213 UllneliBCard> V passes freely through or any ,
,. fur the welfare of any couimuuity to M bu h 2'll ness. This healing Ointment! rat more readily 490, SETNTIIW'aS1lINGTON STREET
Col. Tiuianus | March 7-tf 14i15t16117 isii 2t
Henry : .1 ckson illc
I I I I '. .this may go, that tie believe that Dr. T. L.ISTK-' [ ] willhing PrlDUDg 23 24 25 26.27 28 29,1 21223l24, 252G127 .IJltlnCards, )L } FoundryMACHINE penetrates through any bone or ,fleshy part of the ,

: ; 1'IIENS' CELEBRATED CHEMICAL [EVE 30131 30 uq ..An l living body, curing tho ;mo.t dangerous ,inward CITy
and 29 .
t: ft Ji SALVE t from be a what valuable prepttration bare seen and for board Opthal-of Dving Renovating Estab dono Is partIeularllpal -1- -: -.j-\ -4 -I 5Oda.,1 (- I 2 4 CIrculars, WORKS. complaints, that camict be reached by other means. \TT1LL,, V prosecute practice Claim before the Icfore Court of u 1i4

: I C4 'e lishment. 6 7 B 9 10 11 12 5 6" B 9 igliluvitedtothlsomce. COD". 114 u.
ft *IU KM, would that iu oqnul or cuitcriuf- aremydy i ; ERYSIPELAS. SAIL RIIKUM & SCORBUTIC several Departments. .
for sore or weak eyes, has atecr before 73 York street, rear cf tho Court House, 13 14 151161111 19 12113 l415 16 11 .IS hlandhhhIla, rimE Subscribers; having made 1teUi\'O ant I HUMlfRS. -
eye SAVANNA GEO.tetabUslicd Terms 2021 2212324; 25 261 1912021122 23 24 25 V JLalusble improvements in their c4t.l1li.h. '
been brought Lefor public. 1. Invariably Z7 28 29 30'26'27' 28'29 30 1 'Bills anent, are now prepared to furnish No remedy has ever done so uncb for the cure REFER F.:''JS
I Wai ren'W. Tutte EarUctt .lobd.1.' \ 1832.] MAT - I2 3 Nov'a. I Miow Sjtcvia Ungiucs, of required frota of diseases of tho $Lin, whatever form they may Hon. J. MoRTON, U.,S. S..
D.M. A J. Curd. Dr.. SUBSCRIBER, grcatful to his I'atrons t'1r CASU.-'tR / 1 41 B uny power, assume, as thw Ointment. No tf Salt 1100.\ 1
TIlE -4 1) 6 7 8 910'' 2 3 5 61 7 nmsofladluJ 1 to 100 bones; (facs Rheum I .1Lu:1fI.1.1: a.
semi I Dyer, Chle. friends for their continued favors,would 11 i2l3 14 l7I f) to 11112 14 15 Saw Wills; Scurvy Sore Ilc.tdj, Scrofula,.or ilrysivlas, can I llon.S. R.lliLLOaT; U_S. s. ..
E;; .A.. J.M Bosbjth.JA Millington. Ohtte, that be is now I'reparo.lto Clean, or Dye all i Orders from'tho 18 21 2'll2J124: 1611118,19(20,21 22 I Sugar Mills; long withstand its. influence. The Inventor has llon.'E. C. CAIn.,
4 I certify I am well acquaintedwith colors on Silk and Woolen Drcrscs Shawls Ac. 19120 ( orll'areI Mcurs.
lu1 23'26272829303111' 2324 25Ji27 28 29 DIlls Ilur&c Powers; travelled ocrmany parU of,the globo, vbitingthe DROJIE A Pastas, New Y rk.
the persons who! aro ao\and hue which helrutta will generally please all,who may this Ointment JI01>rs.J.G.A J.
Counh"illbe Jrn. 30-1--1--- CJrlst principal hospitals, dispensing A.C411P.
been for They ura gcutlcmrn integrity favor him with their Ladies' white 'jl c Mills S.&IIcllsl,.0
yeaf. patronage. Labels advice toils and has thus: .ii,28-i,
giving application
all ethor
\ 151,61" 181,91'1 ; 1 2 4 5 and machinery used in this
aad vcracitv", mid not dU-poted I csaggeraW Crape Shawls cleaned and blcaibed in the
.trc iiwhkh\ t very : [ 8 10 1 12 13 V Iron and Brass Castings.J been the means of restoring countless numbers to JOHN
t any (ho public good I best manner, or dyed color that be re W.:
sul.je 1 any may : health. PRICE--
:. ula 22324 IS 16117118 19 O doc., doe.Jos. : Steamboat Saw Mill, aol other repairing,

ell Git'en under my Iiand and ifeB]I quired.pressed in Ladies'the uiOFt Donnets'leacheJ.fashionable styles. dyed and .F.RoC uo. !12913011( 1-.: -\_!_ __114 22 232425 26 21 at short notice. SORE LEGS.SOKE IIREASTSJWOrNDS Attorney& Councullor at ,Law,
128j2l.30.31 lY All machmwy purxhascd from will bo
\ ; .. ., ical, .Clerk of the Circuit I Gentlemen's garments cleaned, dyed or renora- us ULCERS, '
I IUL Jand for Callaway Cduuty, State of I ted, iu may be required, iu the same superior: -c' put in operation in any part of the State by Some of tha scientific JACKSONVILLE: 1L01ID., :
p 2dLaourl (hit 15th day of April, 1354.GEO. kt "lo which lias much his competent machinists, when desired: and npon iirgeonsnow rellIOlely.ol 1'I"'ILL practice La
1 /It % V } generally BU pleased patrons reasonable forms. the use of this wonderful Ointment wh"n I the Eastern Ctru.f n...
i BAUTLEY, (erk and friends. NO.3. .. Drawings and Intimates furnumed, withonl having to cove with the wont cases of sores, wounds deD.erGeorgia.Ida. and the Counties vt' arltoa aid Cs*. .
lndhldual Testimony.t When parcels are sent by Railroad or Steamboats '
charge. MOONEY. & GOOK1X ulcers,glandular awellivgs,and t dinars. Professor Dee.IS-I"
ST.Loins, July 3, 1834. "ortlelould be rent him by letter througl has command of the Allied
1 S-tf }'oun1ersllnd Hullowsy by Governmcnt -
: I' ';' Tbis is to certify, tat by the use of one box cf the l'o;t-Offil'C,83 that he may kuow where to call I 1OS. July Machinbts t tV.V. j,dil'atcllc.J! to the hospitals of tho East,large Smith & Bradford.

.! '. STEPHENS'' I gt perfectly for them. All orders from Jacksonville, }1:1,., WtesMngfonNew FOUNDRYIRON' \VORKSM shipments of this Ointment I.,'. used under the: ''r1"on N 1AT
"l cared of a rery eoro aud inflamed brought onty can bo handed in to Mrs. Harknoss, Milloner i 4 1:. W 1JIGHS .t Co. h direction of the Medical Staff, in the wor>t ease and LA'V
r aecidentally getting i
it J0vh son eWe, -la. willc-ureany ,glandular swelling IH CnAitClAT
j days I used other preparations! f uch A July 21-ly ALEXANDER GALLOWAY; stiffness or contraction of the joints even fir r ,
frcr now prepared csecuto promptly orders Alligator and

"I" t!I t 'all soally seemed are rather! to irritate to in I and(mae les, Lit they'' FOR PHILADELPHIA. Fall & Winter Goods .ARE and Fans Steam, GrIst Engines llill, horse Saw .Mills Powers, Sugar Iron Mills and 20)'urll.tantling. to WILL than attend promptly IfetmaattUlt aU Luinll.! PlIL IlIlraat..a

I." \. ant made uie suffer a great deal 1'li My New Route to Niagara Falls, the Great I Brass Casting, and variety TILLS AND FISTULAS.Thesa .
every ) .
employer. Messrs. Z. }'Wctxcll A Co. adr'uwdne I Northern Lakes and anada. Casting, Forging and BlacksmithVork Saw Mill and. other similar distressing complaint lIT\J. I D. 'Utre..
relieved te.try mo. Slllhen'Eye almoxt Salve instantly, and it ,not but only Fare futSffe Reduced. Cheap! } for (Qtasl} I No Conn ( rcbits I Steamboat, and other repairing. I can be ,effectually cured if tho Ointment be we]l I jalr at 7-1 Al1iator., Ollice at N.wlI&Dni.
| rubbed in the effected und otherwise
i over parts
I lan Thay will continue tho mannfjotnre and by
;; ; bep
I ,*tuwdayi CURED ErE ENTIRELY. Fr.m Savannah through Jo Niagara: Falls, ?2Snd ]I
!, ; '. dibtaiue shorter than by any other Route. -\T- constantly on hand, jhcir variety of Plows, limbo: following the printed directions around each I ISAAC S\rAlt'l'\ -
Tours Respectfully C1IAS. MEIDEL. known first class side-wheel Steam BURTON] Carts Chains, .c., to which they respectfully in 2 pot. V ,

: ,.c ror sale by T. Mc'lLL.X. THEfell KEYSTONE STATE, Capt. It. lIAR & GRit YES. rite catrouatra. July: 8lyJacLsuuviilc Both the Oincmsnl aniLPilli should le SVottrneg at tow

aekm'ie. Fla, ME, sails from Savannah f. r Philadelphia e\'ory No. 3 Sammis' Block Bay street Jacksonville Florida. Blackbiaituiiig, used in following; cases: ,
i D.MLLETTraoiingAgcliL r alternate Wednesday as follows: May 23d; June ADMAChINE B unions Sore L,'gs
.tl- 6th and 30th ; July 4th and 18lh ; August lit, THE SUBSCRIBERS have just received a general assortment of DRY GOODS, at their now store : SHOP Bums Pore Urt'l\ts JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA.

1. : .Y ROYAL Iifiit4PATLNT. 15th awl 29lh, Ae- :., leaving Philadelphia the FOR CA31I they ,ill sell as cheap an any other House in the country. They hate ndopIo4 At the former Stand of ScdgieicJ, Chapped Hands Sore Iloa-.U July 28 I,

:H I THE HYDE CAGE N, iulormodiiite W cdI1Cf1da'I. As regards ppced, the principle of"Small Profits and quick Returns", awl invite the attention of the Public to an' Chilblains Sore Throats
OR strength and accommodations, there is no hiprun examination of their Stock before purchasing clae here. In it will be fuuud the following with man;V FURNISHES PLough all kin.b, Timber Car Fistulas Sore of all kinds V McQueen McIntosh'
VATERPOOF, uing on the coast superior to the KCYSTONL:: other articles too numerous to mentioniI1Y: Chii.for Mills, Mill work o fall Gout Frraiiw V ,
AXTI.cxsrMIxE. STATE. Smooth water 100 miles on Delaware kinlls, Sugar Mills &c.'g ATTORNEY AT LAW;
.: 1' Co r 1 S 0108, Hay and Hirer; only two nights at eca. Cabin : : ] : : .G SffHSTChecks: : : : '"l'articalar attention paid to Steam Boat an LL Mercurial Lumbago Eruptions Scalds Swelled Glands Jacksonville. E. F.

; Saw Mill paring. done atshor __
S. AVhsclwrighting
Passage, S20 Stcerngc, $
; : Piles Stiff:Joints
IIARCOU11T, BRAULUY & CO., This Line, in connection with the neworth Prints Ginghams, I Linens! leot notico. t.y AU orders left at the tore of S. Rheumatism Ulcers B. M. Pearson -

44 Markct-St. Mane-heeler. Western Rail Bond Route froml'hiladelphia. affords Jackoncts, Grenadines, I I Karegcs, Gro De line Silks, N. Williams will be promptly attended to. Salt Rhcuiu Venereal Sores ATTOP.XEY ,

: I' lririp Wareliouse 102 IVvod-Strcet,' Cheap the fchoi lest, cheapest and most interesting Florence Silk. Illusion, I Cambric, Ilob'mets, tug 19-tf J. A. }-mIAR.Z Sit h>Diseases Wound*cf all kinds Jackson viJJe.AT LAW-

I. England. .mri'on JJ&hblM- Route from the South to Ningara Falls the Grca Lawns, Muslins, DcLaincB Crape, r THE CHEST. fI \*Sold at the Mannfactorics of Prcfec or Hoi.LOWAV FL _

"imenlt,U 33. Ann.Stree. $ 10:.Yl'u-Srut. .V czYork t Northern Lakes and Canada; passing up the Val Cravats. Hosiery.Osnaburghs. Spool (Cotton, Cords. lIt AST1CY COOPER UAltT., ".D., 60 Maiden Lane, NenYork. and 214 I Lime !t Lime Lime "! -
ot the by Valley Forge, through !
Icy Schuylkill
Grass Skirts, Brown Sheeting Bleached the eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a Strand, London, and by all respectable Druggists
//1'' Uydromagcn Is valuablo discovery for Reading, the famous Coal region* of Pcnnjjlva- Sheeting, BRICKS! BRICKS a -
and Dealers of Medicines BRICKS
THE Ticking, Plaids valuable legacy to the world in his throughout iho United !!
the feet from cold I ani Stripes h'i1ls.
damp or a m Williami-port: Klmiia Canandiagua, andre july' 7
I Great States and the civilized in. Pots 25
I'rocutatlve of world at cents ELLIS
Consumption, '
Musqaito Ribbons
; therefore a preventativc of many Lung diseases I, .cli ng Nmgra FaIls and the Great Su..pcmnon Braids, Slaving.Edging I Webbing, AND G2I-2 cents, and SI each. ,1 c0-

\ fitMul arty d dorinlfwrlwterer. The Hydroinagonis Bridge in Ixtecn hours from Philadelphia; traversing Whale Bone, Hooks and Eyes; I & Inserting, I Ien'I Shirts, UNFAILING CURE FOR PUUIOXARY k |jSf* There id a considerable! saving by taking lIay? hia3zfllay: : -
U the form of a rule, and worn inside the boot orhee. a country unrivalled iu tho grandeur and Linen Cambric the larges sizes. 160 DALES) for sale by
Its medicated character LJ antidote Handkerchiefs Ac., Ac. DISEASES[
t,I a powerful beauty of its scenery. Through Tickets allowing N. V. Directions for the guidance of patients ia JI.-\r.TIUlIGKI TIXAm
to disease. passengers to stop at intermediate points and resume without the use of Medicine.
Bjfl-pff :Mfll H"U"O"E'H V disorder are affixed to each Pot.
: Jcr Gentlemen it will be found agreeable,"arm their journey at pleasure for said by tbe V o. Sir A. C.. Dart., invented and adtucd the use every JACOB COHEN

aad healthy,to wear in tho coldest or iaiuiest weather Agent at Savannah. Fare from Savannah to N Indies' Black Silk Congress Gaiters Men's Fine Boots'Yo' V .' V of the Cosmopolitan Art Association '
j as the foot cannot become wet if the llrdrornagci Falls, the Suspension Bridge or Buffalo, $28; t I) Colored Ties V MEDICATED FUR CllESTPROTECTORrpO 23 BROAD STREET,

\. I* lopcrtcd. Ladies may wear the lightest sulec Fluuru, $2G ; Caoandaigua, 821. u Fine Shoes, all persons of all ages and conditons as SECOND YflU V CIIAKAESTO.V, S.
beet or choc in the inort inclement weather with Agent at Savannah English Kid Slippers, Kip Brogaus, JL certain and a safe shield against consumption CAROLINA,
4 Impunity while Consumption 101)rc'o.leutamoug Mayl9-GUI C. A- L. LAMAR. u "l'l'enr.h" I Slippers, Bronchitis, Asthma Cough Cold and other afflictions A RRANGEMENTS for the Second Annual Collection -

te young of our country, may Le thwaited by "Goat Buskins u Enameled and Faiicj Shoes] of the Lungs which arise from tho exposed Z&. 01 this new and popular.lost ution r.ohcrt udi.onCCf

.their general adoption. They entirely supersedettrfhoet : 1G,000 Acres of Land for Sale.ON u c: Kid Cloth tipped Gaiters state of the chest according tojitshion, and th Ia for made tha on diffusion the most Literature extensive ?scala.and -\rt. have been ,
the latter the fowl to
as cause pcrcpircn u u continual changes of our climate.
a. very unhealthy manner; and, betides, are not! : THE FIRST MONDAY OF FEBRUARY V. Kid Ties, Lasting Congress Gaiters, "TLe Protector"is simply a chemically prepared Among the works already engaged is the far. ANDV'

,. dangerous wear to pedestrians in icy weather, like NEXT will be cflircd fur sale at I'ubliAucliun C 1 Enameled Boots, Lcther tipped fur, lined with silk and padded, which, suspended famed b.D..lr1.nrn: :[:: : { kIrr11;
S. .4 India rubber. While the latter cause the feet to at 1'alatka, Florida the well known Misl5es' Tarodi Boots, Y outh..' Bropans, from the neck, covers tho chest, in so agreeable a "GESOA CRUSIFIX,

appear extremely large, the Hydroina-rcn, beinga MclIARDY GRANT, Itoys Shoes, u call Brogans. uianiwr that,once worn, becomes,.a necessity and which originally cost Ten Thousand Dllara. Ins AND SELLS ox COX: ISSIOT,
# snore thin slice of cork prepaicd, pel'uliarlYIla., Childrens' Shoes a comjiirt. In forming the bcw' Collectioii the diffusion oC
a large & &c ,
Mtuatcd about miles couth-west of Palatka Stpck, .C., I
ced inside does not increase the size of the boat eight Lands
,or VAffD "The Protector,. although but rsco ay introduced works of American Art, and the encouragement Negroes, Stocks Bond
.. cause the foot to appear w.tidy. To Children they This Tract contains about 1O.OOO ACIUiS H'lt T'& : : .E' AJ..'& into America is making rapid progress through of American genius, have not been overlooked. &c. ,
and is valuable fur Pino Timber &c.
being near ti 0 &c.
*re extremely valuable, u they may eugajre fazeroise the I'uitvd States, the CJnad, Soutli .America Comiabvions have been Issued to many of thom ,
i; 1' with comfort and healthy effects.! Ihcir water, nnd hits aim con!i>lcrablc LIVE OAK ant d A good aisortm eat comprising rf MENS' I 13T Liberal advances
; ; LEGHORN, PANAMA, FTRAW, PALM and tho West Indies. It has for a long time t distinguished mericaU ArCut.i who will contribute mad on Preporty.
f fu.
i: rpenselsBOElightutoacarce need mention; bolides RED CEDAR. coutaiin a \cry valuable LEAF; WOOL, FELT, and WIDE AWAKE HATS been a stnplo article in England and en the continent some of their fccst protluc/ions. Among O t.27.IS5I.IyWM;

,4 ,those who patronUe them will find their year MINE1IAL SPRING, together with Children*' Hats and m mars.rr Europe, 1\bile it hits grown In many countries them are three Marble Busts -executed by tha

t. doctor's biU much dim' l 8. cd thereby.jn&rcourt very similar to the ,Vl>riU.t Oranra Pnrintr ; A. : : V to. thn rxXi'.lMln. nf.n Ki>iu>la at Ar.*." 0..*tMt livinjj s.uJl'tu..p-I1i..lt.m Powers: S. LAWTON & C
DiwJ'j Ou.vf 14u&M1uu1 and only ditlant ten miles from 1'alatka. .U:f\ : facts enquire of any English GEORGE mos. .UEX.\ D.EI V
lOt S. L..
entrusted with the | wro
England were originally This is offered for sale under deere resident in your vicinity of his knowledge o]f ,
. manufacture of the Protectors the lamontcc property a A well selected stock suitable to the The Father of his Country Formerly of I f Formerly tor
by demand
.. tal order of the Court ia Chancery, and the tiLl of the market.flffWffE the bcnefiJ.il effects of wearing the Protector, ; York District S. C |
4 1 Dr. Cooper, and continue manufacture according,g I j b undoubted. WITHOUT nr.corESETOPocTORi.voof any kimL, Th; BENJAMIN FRANKLIN La1l'toDm..I. 0.
4 to Ail original initructions, and therefore recommend 1- JI. cost of f wearing these articles is The Sea Island and
} Tcruw-Oce-fourth Ca>h, and the remain ler in a mere trifle and Philosopher j Upland Cotter
those who would "The Protcctorr
wear to four equal annual instalments, with interest, so HOLLOW WARE, RAZORS, SCISSORS COPBLTTS one will last come yo&rs. Ko one who values the DANIEL WEBSTER
to their being HOOKS&STAPLES SPADES and Ilice. V
pee genume."KUIEIIBEU cured by Baud and Mortgage on tho premises. FEE MILLS, SCREW FILES AXES; health of himself or his family will be withoat ,
POWftCR SPIRIT Statettnaa.
TEll 13 A EIAHLC AUTICLE AXD KOI. and SHOE them. The Hospital in this
i- Artsr MEDICINE. JOS. M. HERNANDEZ, Ex'r, SHOT LED, DRAWING KNIVES KNIVES: COTTON CARDS BELLOWS ; recommending them but country are not alone A special agent has vbited Europe and made care! FACTORS.
GEO. rapidly introducing them.
t RETAIL PRICES.REST'S KNIVES, FORKS and CARVERS, HOOKS and HINGES As the Hydromagenis LOI."OlDiu.I1ore ful and judicious selections of foreign works of Art I, FowardinVanl: Commission Merchant
Size . P[>ccal Master, Ac. RUSUE8SI'OOSSCHAINS. WINDOW STOPS known i its both in Bronze and Marble: Statuary and Choice ,
tl,50 eachLADIES' AUGERS, sale is increasing to an almost incredible SOUTH ATLANTIC
t' St. Angnsline Ott 29 1S33.-nov3-3n exteut. WHARF.
: lOI'E
TACKS, BOLTS Paintings
do. 1,00 do. SAW S, S Q U A R E3,' Last in London Manchester ;
Uov1 A MISSLS do. . 75 do. LOCKS, l' E ltC US. RULES, CARl'ElSIOS year Iirrnnglim, The whole forming a large and qaluable collection Charleston $ C. _
Liverpool Glasgow Leeds Dublin Our Senior
Bricks for Sale. CAPS ,Paris,Antwerp, flirter baa teen in the Factot'll .
.j ,
: UAECOURT BRADLEY A CO, TER'S SASH- Hamburgh and Curlin Paintings and Statuary be distributed and ,
sales reached Commiwion!
our 1,732- Uiuinoss
"d \ 39 An Street i. 102 Nassau Street t, TilE SUBSCRIBER has now and will keep PLAINS SPRING, GOUGES BALANCES: POCKET KNIVES I TOOLS CHISELS,TAP BOREKS, 450 pairs of corks Soles, This year the cumber FREE among the members of tae V Asaovialion for we Lope by experience and about attention twenty;un ant
New-York' c. s. L constantly on hand at the TRICK YARL''I NAILS, &.O., ic.,AUo wlli far surpass that. the Second Year. !tihfaction. to ciTe ta*

;Jr 1 f Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood Street Cheapsidefjtndon 11. large eupply of 15KICKS*, wlich he will sol WOOD-WARE, uth as BUCKETS, BROOMS, PAILS AXE HELVES le. Ask the Faculty their opinion of their alne asa Terms of Membership.The no"17-ly -

; Mnnufai-tory. 41 Market Street Jlfan.tfiesler ut the follow rates BOOKS AXD STATIONERY. V preventative for CorolLa COLD, Bno.xcmns, payment of three dollars; constitutes anyone ; R. Q. PINCKNEY:

l England. Finsr QUAuTY$9 00 per thousandSECOSU L Blank Books Tools Cap and Letter.Pul.er, Pencils Wafers, i'cn Sealing Wax, with k selection of ASTiuiA, and COVSDJIPTIOS.M a member this Association, and entitles him ,
i II. B.Is. Co, are crlabluhing Depots fur the sale 1 00" School Books, Standard Works, and light reading. kit's SIZE:, pr. pair 35 CKSTS. to either one cf the following 1\bgazine for on* [LATE TVSXO, FJSCJiSH co.,lFACTOR
:. \, of "The Protector" in all parts of America: Phy- Tninn 600 LADIES' do. do 30 do. year, and also a ticket in tho distribution of the

f idans, Surgeon, DrugRitft)1, Clothierp, Dry Good, J3f": If delivered extra charges, according Idislunco U GROCERIES and PROVISIONS Eors' i MISSES' do 25 do. Statuary and Paintings.The .

t, ; llerchanU,Ilatters aad Milliners,also Gentlemen. hauled. A full assortment of Family Groceries, llama, liacon l>ork, Lard, Beef Tongues, Mackerel, Potatoes NOTICE.-From the Retail Prices we make a Literature issued to subsrribers consists ol .
,(. I"'I I Jhuviching gtore-Koej are entrusted with the L5?" Orders puctnallj'attended to. Dean }Flour Bread, Crackers, Ac., &c. very liberal allowance to Jobbers and Wholesalers, I the following Monthly Magazines: Harper's, Put COMMISSION MERCHANT
wholesale and retail distribution of them, and to JOS. LACOURST.Jacksonville that nam's, Nickcrbocker Blackwood's ,
'j WINES AND LIQUORS. so any storekeeper may make a fine profit on Graham's I, North Commercial
whom liberal terms are offered for their enterprise, Nor. 3, 6m their while Godey's Lady's Book and household ATorda. Wharf.
4 Fins Old Brandy, New Wh,key, Bourboun Whiskey, Rectified and Common sale they are an thay may be jnnc23 Charleston S.
ad Whiskey C. 'ly
1 a splendid to them for cafe Chamoainie
opportunity opens Madeira and Port Wines Schnapps AcAc.. kept in any store, among any class of goods, Persons taking five memberships arc entitled to _
; aa4 profitable buhincw. IL P. MARCHER For terms five of the Magazines I for
'I' apply toUA1tCOtRT any ono year and to YIIIIAMM. TUNNO,
,,. lot terms, apply toUARCOURT FANCY GOODS. six tickets in the distribution.
'r r BRADLEY. CO. Fasliionable Boot Maker FerfumeryVSoapc Tooth Nail and Hair Binsheg BRADLEY i CO,, (Late Tunno, Pinckney t Co.,)
Drcurng Combs, Looking-Glasscs, Ae. 38 Ann Street, Xew-Yerk. Tho net proceeds derived from the sale of membership -

:, .I _. 38 Ann-- Street, ---,- New-York., U. S. CL KEWNAN STREET, MDOOUS The above which enumerate but couiparatrvely few articles of our preterit Stock, we offer to at. A Warnisig.LV ,'are devoted to the purchase of work of 3F"-A. O 2? O Zt ,

a 'I ..JL.VEGETALLE 'a :-TWO FROM 1'ORSYTIIST.Jacksoncille no tract reason the attention to regret of the the same.Public Uusting that thoge who may be induced to call upon us by. it will ban Delay not ; harbor not in your mind tha Aft for the The ensuing Advantages year Securedby VASDCOMMISSION
Oct. 27
; East Florida. sentence of fools' MERCHANT
philosophy that dueate will
: becoming a member of this socation! ,
A Medicine are-
guc TIlE suWriber respectfully announce to his get cured of itself or that you can cure it with certain 1st. All persons receive the fidl talut qf their For Florida and Southern GeorcUPKODUOE

A cafe and certain cure for CHILLS and FE- patrons and the Public generally, that WATCHES medicines for a few dollars Beware how you nbicriptiont at the start, in the shape of sterling ,
TER.in all it* complicated forms; ulno, an effectual he has taken the store formerly occupied by J. W. JEWELRY SILVER WAREAND tamper with your general welfare. Magazine: Literature. V North Canurcial Wharf Charleston S.C
'. I. remedy for FEVERS of description. PIIICB where he is make Ye wild and vicious youths, why will persist ,
e\cry prepared to BOOTS and in 2d; Each member is contributing towards purchasing May 19] And 97 Bay-street, SaTannah,Qa. [ha.
.J"I Trice. 75 cents. SHOES cf the uncut finuh and etylc and equal, if dosing with the filthy oatingcomponndsdai dal.by choice Works of Art, which arc to be distributed -

: .1 1 ALSO not superior to any heretofore offered to the pub proffered, thereby impairing your appetio' and among themselcesand are at the.same BEADS
DR. C11AM1MOX-S lic. digestion, anti destroying you mentally as well as ,
time the Artists of the .
I, TXGETABLH A 1'I-ILIOl'8. ANTI-DYS- lIe flatters himself that the general satisfaction Fancy &oods.' physically, when you can be cured with a few 'doses !encouraging thousands of dollars thronh its country disbursing OF EVERY DESCRiPTION,

H. rrpiic, ruRiFYiNo A CATHARITO. he has gi veil heretofore will entitle him to tho of pleasant medicines 1 1 V Persons in remitting fund*for membership agency. For sale by, I I. 1'. BROW3T, .

.t. PILLS patronage of those who wish a well fitting Boot 0_ Yon who are thus annoyed and.wb! to be 'rea- please give their pott-office address in full stating May 2S-6m 1SG- Pearbtreef,KewToik
:., ( < Tonessing four important combined properties made out of tho beat materials lie will cndoavoi tored to heath' and vigor by a treatment at once the month they wish the Magazine to com

Ifct tbe curt or diseases, carefully) and correctly to give satisfaction to all who may favor him witha GEORGE LAGG pleasant and cflcctuaT!, should con uIL.Dr. 'MOR monce, and have the letter regUted at the Post Cash for Rags !
RIS.' His in
tL .t' combined one articlo to auist tho effect of another cull. success chronic diseases has been Office to prevent loss on the receipt of which
for the benefit of tho health of IDllllkind.f. .- lie has on ban a large supply of Boots, .and Ja.oksonvU1c. Ens1i greater than that of any other hlTcician.ofhIs day. certificate of membership; together with the Magazine a p rrie* 25 cent Ladies and Children Shoes, which he will cell at 1or1.d.a. Many who have been for years afflicted'with "disease desired will be forwarded to W Cotton Rags-wtiu to be brought eparat$
4 low WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this or consequences resulting V from any part of the from the.eolored. C.D8\f
I This (s to certify, that we have used Dr. Cbam- prices.J place and surrounding country that excess, have country.,
\ .Joa'. Vegetable Ague Medicine and also,his Yeg.tabl. "Repairing done at low prices-and at abort lie has again opened at his.old stand, been restored to health and vigor under his really Those "h .purchase Magazines at Bookstores Nov. 10.-tf V Dealer in Paper,IB,
-f scientific treatment., Ocean at.
notice. near Bay.
Anti-Bilious July 21.1
Anti-Dyspeptic Purifying SUMERS' will observe that joining[ this Association they
.io aad Cathartic Pills in our families for ve\cral BLOCK Should a personal Interview be objectionable receive
the Magazine and free Ticket in the annual Flour-flutter-Bacon I
l'i rears and bar also learned much of their celebrity e"flental' Notice. iras* with a large and well selected stock of state your disease in writing-enclose fire dollars distribution, all at the --
El& ( same price they now
and effects from W.S.BOSTWICK would rctpoctfnlj address Dr.W.II. MORRIS through the< JUST RECEI ,ED by Bark "RAINDEflV
good numbers Post-
great "fler.. ly inform the citizens of Jackwnv'ill* and its vicinity VA Ha a wm r 1i office Savannah Ga. and I pay for the Magazine alone.. 15 bbls. Gennessee
: ou that hare used them In their families. We WiS! VAF.A.LVOY a package of medicines, Beautifully illustrated Catalogues giving full Flour
4* think them rery efficient and valuable medicines i- thathaving opened an oflice in the Daguerian AND securely put up, will be sent privately and with description, sent./ree on supplication... 6 kegs of choice Orange Country Battir,

for the euro of diseases for which they are Gallery of DENTISTRY on Forpyth street will attend to all branches : : GOODs despatch full directions therewith and no ques. For Membership, address. :1 hhd. of clean Bacon Sides
in the ,
most and '
approved tions asked.Personslhingkt_ -V
\ commended, and consider them well worthy the careful manner, to which the attention of the Public.is invited. Q.L. DERBY; Actuary C. A.A. 1 hhd. of Xo.I Bacon Shoulders
highest reoomuaendalionO. I Getting my Goods direct from the a distance, afflicted with Scrofula At either of the offices. ,
W ) \y Nerve of aching teeth destroyed without New York Manufacturers; I am prepared to offer Old Ulcers principal V And for ale by,
Lake Merchant Grenada Mlw. my customers inducement Totter Pi 1 9'Fistula in 348
both !ickerbacker.Magazine, Broadway, New July 21 IIARTRTTini
J.Thompson M. B. Greenwood pain VV dcc2-2ra regards style and price,that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. ,. as I Ano Gravel Strictures, Gleets;or any disease whatever Y Or, ,Western Office, 166 Water stree ,Sandusky, ? 'rMANtiV

S. Judge Cll.rbr, Coffeevlll. II von SALI Among my assortment may bo found V of an aggravated or malignant character,can 0. oc23. Joseph Whi1deii'dealer
B B. Arnold Planter. V be cured at home ,
Gritball, A VALUABLE tract of Land Amelia by consulting MORRIS by
a 3.B..Meek, Merchant, Louisville \VATCHES BUTTER KNIVES letter post paid, enclosing a fee. ,V V in
.I land 5 miles from the FRUIT Do. ,
James Lowly Merchant lUlcigh, Yellow Bluff containing 750 acres good planting FIXE GOLD PATENT LEVERS (full jeweled,) RINGS CHILDREX'S SETTS..tc..te.II Medicines pleasant and safe, can be sent per mail Paints Oil and Glass ,
D. F.N.Turner P. M. \JnUl'lUG.II, land. There i is on tbe premises a email dwelling DETACHED M. Constantly on hand and wade to any part oftho United States. ? : THE SUBSCRIBER'S OLD No. 11 ILAYNE.STREET, V
Kl B.Taj'lor, Merchant G aUa.tio. house and out houses, cotton Gin and Gin houpr, LAPIKES, coin, and warranted to V order from pure Particular attention given to the treatment of fei _! : .STAND having been entirely destroyed Charleston,S C.

E. D. Ward, Druggist, Canton, all of which together with the premises will bo (with i without hunting casow.) male complaints., Ladies who may "afflicted i by fire, ho baa removed to 142 Meetingst.corner T7"EEPS constantlyfor sale,a general Mserto Bt
Cayce Merchant Sharon, I old reasonable. SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do.. do. CUTLERY.. with Irregularities Flour Albus, Whites, Pro- Wentworth, the stand formerly occupied IV PAINTS and OILS of all kinds, VARNISIIES -
: VT. Anderson. P.M, Sureptun Co., Ala. J Also, two email traetson tho couth end of the DETACHED a' do. do. From the eelebl'llled apsus Uteri, or Falling of the Womb would do; by W.3.GAYER, where be) continues his business WINDOW GLASS andSASHES, SPM.
r O. II. Sht'lcIoo.l\lerchant, Ganton, ItlanJ,one of two hundred and the other fifty U LAPINES, 'do. do. helm & Son Manufactory of Gee. WOlt n. well to lay aside all.false dclecacy, and promptly In all its branches. He bason hand large assortment TURPENTINE, SPIRIT GAS, COTTON FOOT-
M. ,
Gilmore 1'lanterI'l 4' keDli Co., : acres containing a luxnrant growth of Live Oak. From good makers, which will be warranted eoniting of consult V the Doctor. Cures warranted.AH .. 'of first class VEHICLES oj oil t 6CT plion6. GIN FIXTURES; GLCE and BRUSHES of v -
'B.Ldng, S. Ur Alio, a trztetrontciuiugono hundred aud thirty good time keepers. POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS..SnEARS t"tf' letters to receive attention mast le some choice FAMILY CARRIAGES built expressly none kind f nov 25-ly
.AIeL Lowry, :x. D, Jefferson. Georgia 1 acrcF, adjoining the Scaton tract on tho St.Mary's RAZORS. 4c. postpaid enclosing fee. Address Dr. Vf. II for his'Country Customer. all of which he
Lot sale bj T MCMILLAN{ Ri JEWELRY. MOTRIS, Savannah Geo. will SELL CHEAP
i cr. Apply: to FANCY V ,FOR CASH or City accep Fra er & Thompson
l 4.
Jarksoniill, Flo.A JOHN M. ross Agent.V Conjuring of GOODS, 3f Consulting Rooms No.63 Bryan street op tance. V LEONARD CUAPIN.
.., BEXLKY, J Jacksonville, M.y 12, l 53-tf GOLD GUARDS, FOB AND VEST' CHAINS.CHATELAIKS Such as CORALS,.l'OtTE MONIES ACCOlt- polite Monument Square,' July 29-2y : Ordert promptly and''faithfully. .. FACTORS AND
Alligator Ha. 1 DJO\S" ; Charleston S. C. V COMMISSION MERCHANTS
iJ Til K CUE AT HOOK OF TI1C YJR.1K.ORDERS .Vr I OFFICE OF' TATE ENGINEER, JjIAMON KINGS, REGARD Do., 'IER-MACHEE, JEWEL CASES ', J TUST:V ChrUtraasflolidays received, and for half sale dozen as presents fine MAGIC for the S.:, & E. M. :Gilbert, Charleston, S.Warf C.FBZD'K -
: THE MATCH GIRL EL Julius River Fla, Aogast 20 1855. PORTABLE aGo Some of the slides of the
F I ; (Ill, J.I'E.I I STUDS, CUFF PINS WRITIFG DESKS Lanterns are with LERS in all descriptions CAR J..I1. '
ICE ES .AS 'TilEY ARE. One volame I2moj q SCALED PROPOSALS will bo received .t this BROOCHES, EAR m.N-Os, RETICULES, FANS,V COMBS, I dark ground the colors very vivid., They ar. RIAGES at Nos. 35 and 40 ITenl- ockenbaugb,

p 4L8-. EttibolOshcd with sis Uautif oriiaat -J uutil the 20tb day Augatt! 1850', Cor GOLD SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES BRUSHES, THERW03IETERS ',, V very suitable Christmas presents for the boys. worth Street and No. Jlayut Street;Charleston GZERAI.
decigiM. il 25. I f oastructing u Canal (with its ueccwary ipj endi. PLAIN AND SETT RINGNS., CIIILDREXS'- Abw,received, an additional assortment of Sta Our Stock is an extensive one,and purchasers COMMISSION IEIHATi

That this will be arotnmo of cnVmndcd boruP 1 gee, utli as Lift Lockr, (jaard Locks 15asmsAc.]) CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS, Ac.SILVER ., TOYS TEA BELLS V tionery articles-3ond and Boxes, Cap and 4to are peetfully requested to call on us, ase. can V V Ill Pearl Street,.2V* Y*
4 laxity is atte.t.J by the fact, that though it baa : from Lake Ilarner, en tho St.Johns iU\"eri to Indian Together various other articles,, too, Clips for holding Invoices &0., Mahogany and offer great inducements .in'style and prices; and V CAREFUL attention will bo given to nJtso*
i bMa announced but a few weeks, the ('rJefl'ar 1 River a dit>tanc of thirteen miles 3,410fod. WARE. to lD nlion. V numerous Ebony rulers, diflerent styles, some 24 and 19 inches any articles bought at our establishment are war Rice,Sugar, Lumber; Timber- uk

.. rer EIGHTTUOUSAND COPIES, nod Hill I 'I' nuthoriioJ by the General Assembly tIthe State COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT N. B.-CLOCKS: w ATC1IES\ in length; Counting-house' Inkstands, Blank ranted in every respect V -jnly 8tfGariago other Southern Produce. AL ,.MifchandiM part
peuring bookecil in. in immense quantities. of Florida, lit ill 'Kcgdonof 1S51-65, Ly an Act FORKS,TABLE DESSERT AND TEA SPOONSk ; and JEWELRY Draft Books Perr, Double-action Pens, Pen chased on most advantageous terms. July84 VV
t1wrouf'h./y. ThvareJ
I .The ithoul doubt create a marked 1 'entitled itn Act to provide for and encourage a &CGAH SCOOPS SALT AND MUSTARD Do. tit nohcg.V and war,ant d. 4l- Mc 61wrl. Racks; Motto Wafer sheet, Wire Files, Ivory and & '
tehsation.as the cbtraeters are all taken- from I liberal cjEtcm of ,Jcteroal .Improvement this Q1' TER.VS CASH. [a t.28lrU Box Foot Rules Chesterman'. Patent MatalHo Harness s D p9sitorYtATTHBWIIITBUOUSE. Boots and Shoes .
p real lICe and many of them now living. X0 IQJ.aginary State., '. : Tape Measures 40 feet 50 feet, 75 feet; Count. ,
4 Uin;>are lotrodocf d to git-Q ffoct or to Proposals will specify amount for which the f PEABODY'S'PcrpCtualDearhig WANTED. ing-house Slates, 9 by 13 and 8 by 16.. South-West Corner of .VV LARGE STOCK WELL ASSORTED !

Anith *picture llJ Life furnishes cnonrbexMBptovf I work will bo done the mode uj manner in which Also received additional supply of fine Cap and MEETING and"WESTWORTH LOW FIGURES-CASH*!
U' area-born virtue cud low.1.orotl"ico., 'I payment are to I* made, whether In land or mon AN active honest Man In each rectionof the Letter and Note Papers, ruled and unruled, STBEETS July 7 LLIS. LEDWITH t C0._,
I Straw-Bqrry V Charleston S.; C.
for mir gifted author to State Gold Pens Gold and Silver V .
A appeal he field of injglnatioa eyorportlunofeach. to uke order by Sample forVELPAT7S :Cases, Portfolios
4 for heroes. The volume 1 U by a r>enooof 1 Majm, IVuClcs and Uxtlmates, can La seen at Plan MAGNETIC AGKKTS.: To active mw- Invoice',Books,< Fancy Invitation Cards and Envelops prices CARRIAGES always' on of hand every and description,at the lowest S. S. FARRARSj BROTHER,

dueatioo nd talent a muter of pure linga*go 't this odes, and any informitum obtained by nddrcs- a salary of 8800 per year, and a small commissiob Fancy Pllper-macho Portfolios, as 1;- such as can bo warranted, in tho no-article fullest sold except DE.4LEK3 IN COFFEE' CROC&
and written v.ith a power and directness ,'bicbj j j' Ring the undcnigned at 'Oranga ;Mill Put Office, the seawm has airbed for iranrptantlng th.STRAW.DXRRY. will be paid. ;":alery payable Alonthl"/-For' tents for ladies, Portmonalcs, &.o., &0. V ,July 8-tf M.H.NATHAK.Debt term, by V RJES, 4c.

t amot Ctil to command Immediate attention, and<' tSL Juhni Hirer, F!!." AS take this method of advWnjj particular address DR. M. VELPAU 45 1.2 For sale, by V a DREW; V Comer :Kwl: Bay and Cumborla d-St4.V -

% will genes iT atoan iiiUtUM intercut as to tbe I Proposals will to received for constructing a the Gardeners and IlorUcnlturl'ts of Florida Broadway tfew.york, enclosing stamp to pre. Bookseller and Stationer Ocean-si iioa'r Bay. In tho Circuit Court for the Eastern Clr. july 8 qhartacon, S.C

characters u well as to the inoognito who wields Railroad. ore the came ground.F. V bow they can obtain my KTXB JJEAUIXO PLANTS.I pay answer. [noyhl4t VItIILINERY. '-WRAPPING PAPER.-20 reams Wrap cult'of Florida-Fall Term 16.s.s.' V V

.feD'which i Jirljr glows with lnia,ocy and genJ.u : L. DANCY, will carefully pack the plant* In earth and moss, ping Paper on band for sale.- Dec 15, The Delaware County Si G. COURTENAY .-

; A dieting',ishod critic< r ho kw read the wann. I ang25-ly State Engineer State of Florida, I to go to any part of Florida in safety. The plant S Bank,for the use of BOOKS, STATIONERTT AND H1A!
Hrlp& Lu we 100004 H4 roluine of remarkable will be put up In packages of from 100 to 1000, Itt HARKNESS GENERAL IIUOKERAGE, &SQutte ,-3r..,' by AtenLV PUBLICATIONS.alyS

power and U uty ,nbonnding in passages ordeal 81.5O. JVIcrcIiaDl'i Hotel, 81ffO. e fallowing rates 100 for t4; .200 fur'7; 300 MRS having located in Jacltgon-. milE undersigned is now prepared to serve the ; r*.; } Sum sworn to *5,6526& No.3 Broad Street, ChareatonS.C.
t pathos aad fc ling, evident ly wriucn by a ptrsoa Charleston, S. C. for W f 500 fur $12or-i000;5 for20. Packages ladies thereof, I'lL.and would respectfully inform the 1 community at largo in hill lint ,of business. : V I
j..rect.ll con oraani with the deepest feelings I. nr.DccTioa ijr PIIICEI. may be cent .d.nyl V Savannah by express and will be to rorroonding country that she Ho wi11aUend to' the ia.a Negroes; Lands or : Duval County J Holmes V
tb buaaa I art-those Irod&we4L7 trial ni I 4, Tilt underslgiied laving leased this Hotel from thence to Jacksonville by boat. Printed directions that happy be entrusted receiyo'anr order ii'hcr lino any other effects placed 1 in. his charge Letters ;, -The defendants and all other V '
may to her. ptrsons '
."triIIJ" Residence addressed for information will bo Interested JOO WatZ.StreeialV' ]. .
F on Mon.
V I ELl lu 4ed in King Street,solicit from the travel will be tent to each purchaser of lln1s. street V promptly re will take notice of the V
.-a.'IeD I pal paid on nnelptof the price. roe adjoining the Presbyterian Church: plied to. His general acquaintance,in this commencement of the above UTILL pay partcisl4T] attention totafai ofYdi
I ling public a chare of Orders accompanied Ly the rash will receive State entitled
:- : potronagtvBoard., Bl.i r.o 13T N. B. Ladies, and Misses and others reader it 'I suit by attachment and they are- hereby W( low Pine Lumber Lire Oai,
V TIVM.WJIITBfiMITJG'l'Bbllsher. i '.1 attention CHAS. X I'EA BODY bonnets; gentle- unnecessary append Mother
Jit er day i ningl dinner50 eta. 0111 ? V1A prompt hat JUs. r. required to and to
Inca the
bleached appear plead declaration
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