The Florida news

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The Florida news
Uniform Title:
Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
George C. Powers & Co.
Creation Date:
June 21, 1856
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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


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

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


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: JUtffi %. worthy of each other-each acceptable ttho I test is. whether a law made" in pursnanc. '. t
object At shaken h JACKSONVILLE 21,18 j '
black this the forms
struck. But round hidcou were I ,
had soon '
Livingston, : I whole democracy of the entire country of the constitution, and ,aa expounded by ; j
Felix ; and ,
f tied Cale.: ( became discernable, as we glanced at fell. The heaps people rolled assunler. ---.-'----- -- the courts, shall prevail or whether sacs ,
LAW That demon the table seemed to -
AT on
ATTOENEY the rocky basc.Rimmcr THE CAMPAIGN FI.omQ.F.WS.. He felt more heart in tins contest than i a law naught, and whether cowardly ;:

n. I/I:' nlic n.uihll:.} _- .- -= struck my arm, and pointed make a spring directly towards me. I fled ,_. he had ever before f cen engaged I leaders may shoot dorm the officers otla, 41..
l{ F.. F. I assent and we moved onward shrieking_all wenj after me. I thought! ( any I
Jarklwn"Ue. I'rcin Monthly ( signed 00 with '
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Putn:01' o.l'ril To asinglo'sutcriber, - $ il1. and there was more of importance immunity. I
I rushed
jeflred t frm'tbe Prtte otliee1. I Liv The Ocean Depths more quickly.A out, with no purpose but to escape To A Club of 3, Address,'sam 1'. (X :-' 2 00 to be attached to it in its result, and moreto Hi. rejoiced that .the'convention, by I. I I
of L in tbo had como I sought to throw ofi'my weights '. .< AI se 3.00 '
-tn-c 11 few moments clapped: vc i 5; F
HIIXG tbt inspire the patriotism of every lover of unanimous vote, hvl approved of triO creed t\
Jr4 ud in the and rifcc. AI '" 500 '
I the roek. The black nlject. now *, .
l'uit. to
clsM.tM tattr in tbo I'mtcd Stat. A IJIVEU'S TAI.I nearer llC locncd-I JO, "' 7.00 his country. This Union was made throughthe that law shall prevail. [Ap .
.Ie looked like the stern of vessel whose huh My weights could not pulled t tdardbearer
.k.nie He that bad
throughthe plause.] rejoic we a stan s
CAIIM IUung dorms icj//t the constitution must Unreserved: !
be ,
AiigiitLinc. Orders must actomjianicd
them exertions but
at with frantic .
Ilirr.mer Ft t me ,
ifliacoIut ,, \\lio the lay t thl'-Su,1c.1clly, with much wisdom sad : 1 t
; prilBc| m..t leuirn COIl Thc1i1! of one explores my- constitution, and cannot Survive so
;" utbe "UII "" IltC11 : to 1, Meriei of the sea, is not more perilous! tlian again, and pointed upward. Following the could not loosen them. The 'iron fastentenings nnncy.\Ve tender the Florida I j\"eu.f single day the obligations of 'that instru nerve as enforce a firm and uridmd '.
raiRritJ deceacd Rnd I direction' )his hand. I looked up and I'i w I : had l grown stiff. One of them Campaign execution of those J3W When he i .
::ld l'IDS fascinating. The charm of terror hangs ment. The democratic .party now stands said '
: commit
.tNflf ullrdin and Ad- I all I wrested off in convulsive cfiorts, but to active Democrats and political .
1. the surface of the water foamy 1113" .
tf y 1 and the interminable succession upper the national the issues were presented between the two I
4IlIlt acunta around i it, circulation will be before the country as only
tender I"Y l.n'I 1 lIrtieu1ary I and in motion. There was a momentary I tho qther still kept Inc. down.: The tube, t(c. who think that I"
ask bccaass-
I : J ties
.lt ttllt< I wifl .11i ()exciting events renders it dear to its al-iO till the sefnl in' the contest pArtY' in the whole republic ; the only great parties-be two par ,
I down present
heart but it over. was lying m passageway '
I pnsed $
luttnCf thrill
.fl' L11t1d1 and tu oil other professor. Not to the common diver of through my party which avows principles alike in the Know-nothingism was dead, and 'nothing
& tbe.Fcd.r.IGo'cnlDcnt.Blult) entruFlod the Fast, who can remain but for a fraction A storm was coming on Uut should we through triO machine exhausted rooms. I d'd | East: antI the West, in'the North and the but black'republicanism was left, [laughter ; t
".ips nov.7-Iy turn back now, when we were FO near the not know this until bad my 'whose ] they'would 'find such 'a verdict s*. J t
of time beneath the wave, POLITICAL.Speeches i South ; 'the only party principles ;
--- ant grop it I bcfoiv strenght and almost hope, in vain efforts .
..idl1rrnf 'I fearfully among rrggcd : object ofour' search ? Already lay to loocn the weight my and still the horror i must prevail wherever the constitution Ibis country I hid never rendered in'favor' r.. .

FLEMINGitottitps the in the civilized mode of diving. us. reigns. [Immense !tause.] democratic platform democrats t" .tstandardbcJ.rer.
& to adept ap
of Gen. Cas*, Judge Donglas
CALL would of that in tLc cabin rested me.
No. scene upon .
beside it.
| who in his protective armor may re- We were close flashed and President 1'Icrcc. Look at the creed of.the party as promulgated [Great cheering.. ] t I. ,, '
Where Riiamcr 1 The
forward thought
not. I signali/ed to Rimmcr to go was *
main submerged for hours, anti wander Union of the 7th inst at Cincinnati ; and then upon .
lIe had The '
I across inc. lIe was not here. Washington I
at fal and still kept our course. i of illustriousI
j with impunity, for miles along those unknown we that disturbing clement, the vexed question following example my 'I
t regions far below' tIle ea. To him I Now the rock rove up before us, black, returned. contains eloquent antI thrilling speeches of slavery. you a platform which I friend from Michigan, (he continued,) .1 i

Florida. jl arc laid upon the horrors of the watery rugged, dismal. Its rough sides were Two weights lay near, which Fecmcd made by Gen. Cass, Judge Doug 'f has rccenedthe, sanction of every democratic will say here: as I hope to bavo'the power I

Jacksonville, creation' and he may gaze upon such scenes worn by the action of the water. and. in thrown off in terrible haste. Yes, hUmmer las and President Pierce in ratification. ,of delegate from every State in the Union )saying in a good many other places between \ I

,2t1s:6. _-..- lr 1 as Arabian story tells tHwcrcprescnted tothe I i some places, were covered by marrine had gone. I looked up; there lay the boat the nomination mado at Cincinnati: We I Democracy is now the same in Massachasettts this time and the first of November I

) I fearful Abilallali. To him thei : plant*. and nameless ocean vegetation. Wei tossing and rolling among the waves.I in South Carolina [applause! ,] that if I have a friend in this Union who t '
JOHN W. PRICE most thrilling eyes occurrences of the upper i, passed onward, we clambered over a spur rushed down into the machine-room togo are glad that a dearth of news gives us so I! Michigan, and in Illinois in Obi -.'nr.d loves me, or' regards my opinion,' or has ( ".. t :
i i which from the cliff and there lay. back, so as to loosen my ubc. I had excuse for publishing what wean American (or let him pal \ .
Ctmnwllor at Law I world seems frivolous; for in his memory I jutted good an I I Louisiana ; an-1 wherever the : any respect my memory, '
.Attorney & that well chill the 1' the steamer. gone through the passages carelecsly, and but believe will be read with interest' flag waves there the democratic creed is his shoulder to the wheel, and do'8Y"I'1- i it
he retains
3ACO%' II ic. riouir,. thoughs Ia) I' The Mai niion-there she lay upright, this lay. there for it was enrolled from subscribers. one and the same. What other party can liinglnbispowertowinagreat'andglo.i .. 1 J T :
dr uit of Hor- Foul! with our
pietJt in tbe Eartern C&in.j1.G.ori' from choice and with, everything standing. She had :()Z1OIglit above as I went on. I went back in haste hyall. cross the Ohio river and Mason and Dix- Pious victory. -:> I

vat.. a.the C uutcE of Clnrlon. nn.y I am a din'r- Where- is I down, and had settled in such a posij to extricate myself; I could stay here no C& CASS' SPEECH. on's line and carry their principles with Mr. D. took his scat amidst tremendous I ,!

} 151 I nm prouJ llf m}' needed here? j tion, among the rocks that she toy as if at longer; for if all the gold of Golconda was After paying a glowing tribute to Mr. them 1 [A Voice. None.] Can this Union cheering, and thjs band played' The Star- r ,

ISAAC \r Al'r, Fiich courage required be soldier as diver however i her wharf. We rushed eagerly [along and in the vessel would not stay in companywith Buchanan[ "for his services and expeiicnce, be preserved in tho hands of a political Spangled Banner. -r-
: J It is nothing to a ,
: lowj the dreadful ilead ,
tell I: clambered: \:' her side. There was a I and unquestioned party whose principle action is hostility .
his unsullied integrity
story for
but 1 foibear. my ,
itttu \i in the which sounded warningly l Rack-fear lent wings to my feet. I States PHESIDEXT PIERCE' SPEECU. I t
at it. j moan water in the part of one half of the against .
torncD and leave others to julgo concerning occurred not \ in our cars, and told us of a swirt-approa- |I hurried down Flairs, into the lower hold talents, his intimate ncql1aintmcriTitb the rights and institutions of the other I congratulate you my' ,fln w-. iliZeDl, 4 r

An appalling shipwreck what was to l c done, must once more and retraced my steps through public affairs, and for his patriotism and sectional strife .
; E. FJ\ the wildest of the coast I ching danger, > : half of this Union ? Can upon the occasion which brings you liege '
_1.1 ly long ago, upun The} part of this IH done fI'Ccc1i1y.e hurried forward.Rimmer .- the pae!ages below. I walked back to the his devotion to the country in whatever sectional animosity, and sectional warfarea and I indulge the confident hope that the l'j
J.11 __ of Newfoundland. tidings I
: the of \ rushed to the cabin I went forward place into which I had first situation he has been placed, at home or part of the North against the South, apart joy with which you hail the harmon OM 4
reached ears ;
Smith & Bradford. ; calamity thousan(1 i to descend into the bold I descended It was dark' anew feeling of horror shot of the South against the North-pro- and uninimous'resu1t of the ,deliberations

AT'un' i EY AT L"\\\ I hut amid the crowd of accident : the]ladder. I walked into the engineer's through me; I looked up.-T/&e aperture abroad, Gen. Cass said : duce that fraternal feeling and bro.therlylove at Cincinnati may be strengthened and
'nh1CL7 fxHoucil in quick succession, was AVe I room. All was empty here all was water. I vai closed! The labors of the convention are closed which is essential to preserve the rc- deepened by. the ratifying 'voice of our

A. *'iO CAECflTJEgahir .. forgotten. Not l>)' us, however.. The waves of the ocean: ha-1 entered anl Heavens was it closed by moral hand ? and well closed and now ours-that i is, poblic as our fathers made it? Have we ountymen. .

and ycirvenrtille, Ho that the %'cset had sunk upon a of I 'went Had Rimmer. in his panic flight, blindly and mine;those,indeed, of the whole stimulateour F
/ fount were sporting with works man.: yours ncit: the greatest inducement to It is pleasant .to realize that, however .
nJ to all business cntruetc.l spot the water's depth Vas by not thrown down the trap-door, which I now begin. Let us determine to elect than the I-
TILL ttt Irtltl. into the freight-room party- utmost exertions ? No less other parties may be divided and distracted :
:ms grrat. and that a daring man might remembered to have when I nominee. We can do it, and shall do ro t
"""" < called Suddenly. I wns startled by an appiHiiig seen open our integrity of the constitution the preservation there is nothing with us but union ''of n
1.iIT.IlITfl, I Office at 1mINl iile.I easily reach her. She was : steamer noise upon the deck. The heavy footsteps, I descended or had some fearful being from it. Let every'true democrat buckle on his and perpetuity! _of be.p'nionJ depcni purpose. ,. and will be nothing but union'oC ',

ON,.t ilptor. i c0111_ _the_ _Marniion._ and. ., had been_ Feel__ _going__._ I' of some one. rushing, as though in mortal the cabin-that demon who sprung towards armor:not the armor of Sharpe'a? rifles upon\u1L of this election. cti n From this hour'to that when the i.' ..1 t
7'r ---- suddenly l down, an i IHUU.* warning I ? which supplied by some ot the ciiurcnes '
-- Wllllt sounded in arc November
------ She had tear, or moH dreadful haste, me- After handsomely complimenting both polls will be'opened all'prejudices r-
by some fishermen near by. throbbed wildly I started back in terror. of the country instead of the Gospel annimosities
Then heart < and
) ; personal ,
ears. among
HcQuccii[ Mcntoh' undoubtedly, sltuch a hidden rock and fur my it was fearful 1113'thin; to hear, far downin Rut I could not wait here; I must go; I Christ, but the armor of truth, of reason Buchanan and Rreckenndge, Judge Douglas those who should cultivate mutual ;regard 1! C

..1'1.r .{. J F. thus been, in one moment, destroy the cd. the silent depths of the ocean. must escape from this den of horrors. Ispmong and of persuasion, and go forth to the battle proceeded. Surely his Southern oppoDents and afford mutual:,support will be laid aside

-JadII'il'< 1 spoke to my)' associates of plan lost, }'Fhl.ifs! only Rimmcr. up the ladder, and tried to raise the and he is sure to go forth to victory. after reading what follows, will ; nay, even preferences, which may j;

,Jfl7.ttICIIITT. I ___Cfl.W._ IHJ\ ant they approved it. No time was and I hurriedly assccnded the deck by tIle door. It resisted my efforts; I put my And never was there a time devotion which more of henceforth blush to abuse Mm, a democrat have existed in. our ranks are already.nolonger : I '"' '
making the necessary preparations, first outlet that appeared. When I speak helmeted head against it. and tried to demanded the patriotism and remembered. The preference of tho

IRlJET1' .' vxixn, a diort time beheld us in our of hurry I speak of the quickest movement raic it: ; the rug of thclarldcr broke beneath : every honestl1cartctImcricm: than does though he be. Said Judge Douglas : convention is the preference in this :crtaU ..

ATTOUXKYS AT LA\V small schooner for the ship. There possible when cumbered with so me but the door was not raised. My I the present. E\il: days are upon us, and One of the great principles of their faith of every friend who cares more :for' tho

AhD were six of u& and we anticipated extraordinary much armor' Rat this movement (.f mine I. tuhe come down through it and kept it in the very wantonness of blessings and was the equality cf the States and the country than for himself. Devotionlto I

for Claims, success. was quick; I rushed upwards; I sprang out partly open, for it was a strong tube, and I' prosperity unknown elsewhere in ancientor right of self-government in the Territories, i the cause, and an earnest support of the I'
Igents I was leader, and generally ventured thcdecK kept strongly extended by close-wound modern times we are engaged in anangry subject to the limitations of the constitution standard-bearers are tolead ns through '. f

490, sorrsni 'T rITLSlISGTOX upon any exploit in which there was uncommon on It was Rimmer. wire. and fearful controversy, whose ; or. in other! words, the great principle the great struggle, will constitute the con- 4 J ', \

\ CITY. danger. Not tha the others were I lie slepcd forward and clutched my arm. I eeizcil a bar of iron an 1 tried to pry consequences no man: should contem- of the Nebraska bill. (Loud ap : trolling sentiment of the democracy.North ,

tlfor&le curt of Claim Mid j cowards on the contrary they were all, lie pressed it with a convulshegra'p, and( it up ; I raised it slightly, but there was plate without the most gloomy apprehension. pl usc.) There were no more any anti- and South, East and West "We are all jl$

"TIL pnrt'& Cluuuc l'fvlclgrll_ Wd the brave men, but I v as gifted with :coolness i, to the cabin.I no way to get it up further. I looked One portion of our country Nebraska democrats than there were white I am sure, quite sincere in our'convictions f 4 ,
and of mind of which the others pointed I blocks with theseI satisfied with enjoying the Llack birds to be (.;und. That platform "
.Ural"Iarhnentl. i a l presence attempted togo there. around; and found some I not that not only the prosperity of the republic ..
U'stitutc. Ai two l persons wtrcj jloor hub Ly littc. stlf-govcrnnicnt, seem to desire endorsed the Nebraska bill ; anti of this
I were I lIe li'.s foot and tried to hold raised Uo hoary I rights of but tbe perpetuity blessed Union -
nrrntoccsl. j I ne.let. in i-rdcr to explore the Marmion. stamped: 1 placing block in to kec p what I had gained.Hut to govern the other. The day of trial has more, said Mr. D., could I desire? If there depends essentially upon the vindication
J. .<. S. companion a young I me back. laborious: and I 'I the destiny of the Union, under thin more to be desired, it was to V 1t
I. 10K1" U.fl. 11 as my lie to the boat and, imploredme the work was slow and i, come, and I was any ; and maintenance of the pcipes'ddared -
Uil.S.t A. E.MniLt'. 1 I fellow, ,'bor steadiness and dauntless i I with pointed frantic to up. I had wr:rkcd a long wh.l.j before I had it i i the iod of our fathers and our own God, be found in the residue of the platform, by the recent convention.. But I
R- S R-.MAI.IJIM, V. times before been fearfully gestures go the waters and the: and be cordially responded to every clause .
lion II: r.(',&ItEIj1 n.riJa' courage had several It is appalling to witness the horror- iaiaed four inches. !I who l'tIlH through these principles can be vindicated; and sustained F '

( Cnnmr & I't TTPA Isew: York tested. I struck soul try to express itself) by fin!. The sea rolled more and more.: The I I desert to this beautiful land not **of, _-I therein embraced. The democratic party only by concerted action, and that r

I" u J.t..J.A.CnrSIJ.l-krO It was a calm and plcnwxnt: .lay., but._the. : isnwfij1tnee thee figns when no faceis submerged vessel feit its power, ana rocK- ; but of performance: -under 1113 overruling was united with a common creed and common can only' he secured by or nizati'.- j''
I i i .1 : It .
this Union marching certainly
-T..t.'QI.U- l" ---- ..southern and eastern horizon lo"eu- Ul'tII-- visible and no voice is heard ('
.::---- --- ful.) Small suspicious clouds were gathered: i| could plainly: not his f.icc plainly, but his upontfts side.I I is in the hearts and hands of the democratic ., and surely to a common victory. usages becomes, like fidelity to principles, 4 e
,.e I.UtuT S there, ill of aspect, and 'euenking fellows i his heavy mask, glowed like ran around to get on the deck above j party. Our old and honorable opponents The platform was equally explicit reference a cardinal virtue. The latter can only bo I

& ALEXANDER, regular hangdog fellows,' as my comrade | eyes coals, of through fire. to.try and lift up the door. Rut when I the wbigq-the whigs of the dnys to the disturbances in declared relation that to manifested and made effectual through tho :
whoso It
lUmmerlemark( csclaimcd. came
V1tocfi1! aiil detail Dealers IaCroccrie. we were' n
Provision!, Tobacco, in the sky, but boldly prepared to l lam.lie clapcd his hands togethcr.but dared RO far. and then I would rather have upon great constitutional questions and in : to the laws to be put in\"olvel-\\'hether down. That was the in the canvass which my position alone 1"I ''

&c. thousand deaths than have ventured of liberal patriotism, arc disband the whole question will 'me from attempting to fulfill i I .
Scgar.- Li<[iions, XaiL, \('fl ure. not follow. I died a a spirit should be maintained prevent
At So deep was the water, that no vestige \ Good heavens I thought, what fearful I again so near the cabin. ed. Its leaders arc dead or discouraged, supremacy of the laws should in person. It'ia never to be forgotten by .I .
tJI Cnlcr : of a ship's mast remained above the surface here ? What scene can be FO returned to the fallen door; I Fat down I II its stand-in: is in the dust and its titnc- or whether mob violence overcome me that in 1832 older and better '[many :'
nrlrJs KXCllAXGE, to point out the resting place or tlw j I thing to plTl'zcle boulof a practi-I in despair and waited for death. I ano I II hon' distinctive principles arc among the officer of the law. On this question voices cried outKnot. better I"] soldier j A
dreadful the democracy
JACKSOXILLi:, FLOUIUA, Marmion.; 'were compelled, therefore, I'1'cal 1 will Fee fur myself.I I I hope of escape. This, then was to bo my the things that have been, and mainly ont between law arid violence their sentiments, than .myself.,,(Mr. Buchanan"and General
full fuj.plifs; cf according the ruins have arisen sectional parties, had expressed ; who had been faithful-:and
KCrr MOhtantly 0 IIUo to Felect the scene operations alkcd forward. 1 came to the calin I end. of Cass)-men
I il tlltir lilC, \] .: they are eIwuy to the l best (I if our a1"ilit\-lown went I entered the foi ward saloon, but I Rut the steamer: gave a pndden lurch sortie of them with avowed designs, fatal they say the laws shall executed so longas But tried leaders.through many years of labor 4 .
NnJimj: al tlje lowept market rates. Ilioul schooner Ilinirner and door. the of there". existence, and all of them without they stand upon the statute-book. and conflict-wera passed by" to call .i
of to ma
e1vlujty CA.ll.BLYLER .\ 9 the Fails our nothing. A feeling of contempt came i again acted upon by power our will trample ;
, -are- .rri I put on our diving nmor.r c fixed screwed on the totno. of the water was democratic party.: Let us not un- the law, and shoot I shall return without *0 '
and action the upon and to which i
our( helmets tightly, Vet I was awc-'truck. a way that a flijtht to re- ( .,
& KLINE, !! hocc. One by one each clumsy article I again.Down in the though.depths of the sea there is only sufiicicnt to tip her over. dcr-ratc the strength of that opposition ; who_ execute_ it because__1.1_ _they. .;do_ ...not.... :ret.. May ,,1 not add. gentlemen,, that, if *t!Il! .
were hung, and labored, let for it. and we can overcome like th ewhether J:1"". Th e W llUU' quusnuu life be shall back to the State yj '
mror.ii t. 1 xn ixFOREIGN' was adjusted. The weights :lonce-oh, how t-olcmn I paced the long She creaked and groaned, but us prepare order and the constitu- spared go

AXI) DOM13TICWINES.BRANDIES and we were ready.'It I s Kiiluffn. whiclf had echoed with the hrieks and then turned up her side.I _it in fair.1' combat" and_. save jl the,i n%Union...H.. law and whether lawless violence of my birth:with a consciousness otbavin; '\" .
looks terrible blackish Bcrton said of the' diownine passengers Ah' therearc rose; I clung to the ladder I pressedtho And here, this nigui, "" this uiiiiuiiat.iv.meeting tion shall prevail or their stead. The adopted no single ? public-policy, }
while the. steamer of approval and ratification in the and mob law rule in administration which I did not '4|
Uiintner to me. which sometimes fill the Foul, trap-door open, with a during my
thoughts '
'it's only a little to the capital of the republic let ns pledge convention had met that question demanded the best interests
Oh, I replied gaily, hich are only felt by those to whom scenes lay with her deck perpendicular political that must find a believe to be bY'
GINS & SEGARS out and touched the ourselves to each other and to the parlyto firmness and directness 'of 'nor one which does .
mifet-all right!1' sublimity are familiar. Thus thinking; ground. I sprang in the heart of my country,
JTo.3leiveen Julian and Bryan street Ah !l' Ho uttered a low exclamation I I walked to,the afur cabin and entered bottom of the sea. It was in good time; do our duty, and our whole duty ; and I, cordial response not in only that of lover not, to 'command the approbation of '
S which sounded hollow from his cavernous for a moment after the mass went overback if this example is everywhere followed, as : every democrat, but every myjudgmnent and my conscience. .'
\ftt ">f Market Square, I Oh, God heaven.clenched a the door with again. it will be, the battle will be half won by of h is country, no matter what his political The conduct of.those older and better '" .

.Im 1.V.YJGEORGIA.. helmet.A11 ready,' I cried in A loud "oirc"hich Had notrny which mortal hand terror had made con- ". '}icn. with a last efforts, I twisted the the determination to win it. Let everydemocrat opinions might be. The the great principle of the of soldiers whom I have spoken,'and of the .:
------ -- ---- a grasp bill was right peoplo '
disthign- which kept me sacrifice his personal prejudicesand the Nebraska nevertheless better' soldier '
could not easily to the floor. iron fastening of the weight younger ,
they however should have and hence .
laws 1
JACOB COHEN ish. Then making a proper sign, I was vuUive I stood,nailed to the Fpot. For there be- down; I jerked it. It was loosed,it broke, it predilections if he have any that :will to.make their own to submit; to laws [Judge Douglas,] ,now 'standing by the 'It
I to ascend, and be the altar of his party. the duty of the minority venerated and good man [GeneralCa.ssJ
28 : over the side. stood crowd of people-men and fell. In a moment began injurious, upon with'tbe constitutionand great .
CIIARI.1:IoAn STHEF1'. ,' swung Down. wo went I first, ajd Dimmer fore me caught a in tho last death strugleby in a few minutes I1lS floating on the And if I have one single friend in this numerous -: made in conformity If they deny the who, for so many years, .bas bad,_ f ofould.
( ( women- sake act.
close behind me. It did not take a longtime the helming waters and fastenedto water-for the air which is pressed down assemblage who for the the organic ,of law, not merely my,confidence and respect, but .4 i 1 i j.
ovcrw t any
Jjwhtr Auctioneer fur us to reach the bottom. Ne I in the position in which for the diver's consumption constitutes a .lang syne,has any regard for- my. wishes constitutionality- _1- -ri-_ .J my affection! will never cease to DO gratefully J 1
each ant
tl eFP? ._ -him- to no as i shall let them test it m tue courts onaw, 1
from ask
found ourselves upon what seemed a broad J 1 death- -bad found- hi m. iucu i one i.nau i sprun- buoyant mass, which raises him up j or opiuions, I result orrif they desire to remembered by me. -They were all 1.
downward toward the north. 1 do-support zealously; heartily, earnestly, abide by the ; in the field, ,not merely to encourage and 1 r> -
,hiin Eloi ii'2 the shock of the sinking! the Fca. let them
I from his chair at the of James Ruchanan-lie will have any, of _the laws repealed, but to'Iead the eolomns...... '
: dim black object heaven There was strong the election direct, actually !
forward Thanks to
; then all
: a emotion
In J"11J::,:&:AXDJffiEST[ : : I ants Looking, which our experienced, eyes knew to had ship,darted and, with for the one door.common Rut the waters, boat. with my bold bravo men They felt find his reward in the good of his country. try to carry their decide point the at the question polls;, and but Their energies'were not put forth because .
saw me and came and saved and in the stabil.ty; of her Jet the 'majority the standard was hi my bands, but because
$CVS AMD ICLU ON ('.15110r be a lofy rock.I thJ.LTe should of the sea had been tuo wift for them. I/o me rising; they to the candidate for the vice presidency 1, so long as the laws stand upon the statute- its bearer was,in their estimation, forthe

Lands, Xl roc?, Stocks, Bonds, motioned hcre.I .to Rimmcr then-some wildly of the grasping cabin-there the table they oth-all hUmmer me. had fled from that horrid scene the selection is honorable to the convention book, So long as the courts pronounce must them be time being the impersonation of those ,
&c., &c., &c. proceed cannot tell the strangeness of the sensation ers the Fides Near the door was a crowd of people when I entered the cabin but remained in and totheparty. Those who know constitutional, just x, so long sound constitutional principles which they
walks the bottom l his aid. lie never went Mr. Rrcckcnridge best, best know his truo obeyed. believed could alone giro stability sad .
LH>eral adra&vct made on rrcrrtr. felt by one who first one another-some on the boat to lend applicable not to ,
1 I heaped upon As his high and honorable character These remarks were to'this glorious fabric oar institutions.
1856-1 y of the fica. the floor others rushing over them-all down again, but became a"sea captain I democracy, the Territory of Kansas alone, permanence
his '
and claims.up.- the laws ,
ft There are a thousand objects, fitted to Decking madly, to gain the outlet. There for me, I still go down, but only to vessels his eminent talents He:'will be a all laws. It was a universal prir.ciple ,-I
but to
Q. PINCK EY JR., astonishment even in the mind who who to clamber over the hose crews have been saved.It on the public .clnfid nce. free tbat,:the It is chccnns lo know that the action -
excite sought Buchananin government
was ono Marmion with.:James inevery the-' .
All the co-laborer late places statemen
[LATETI KNO, MVCKNET & ro.J) has dared the deed a hundred times. table and still was there holding on to an is needless to say that faithful to of the law most be maintained; of.the' convention .
but visited.IIROUGIIT the cause of the country. .Success supremacy and patriots who are to lead ns now. upon
water ,
covered by ; each convulsive was never again be lost sightof
FACTOR the plain should
around us iron post. So strong was but over all.,success to'the and if' thai'principle I Identical in and
both spirit
them platform scope
I far as ,
cou'd not pierce away of each with would the liberty .1
ASD here the eye 80 fierce the struggle has us a great. far 'moment what I
grasp Union which given a with that'which I accepted with fall ;
in the distance TO JAIL, con
COMMISSION MER ChANT, in the upper air, for the water death, that their hold had not yet been'reIaxc glorious of prosperity and freedom thanever :of-the-people be worth 1. Now, this was of my'judgment' and with ': '
and seemed to fade stood and looked frantically tIle 281h of Slay a nejrro man er measure there had been viction ,: every .
opaque, 1 but each ono time that a .
grew ; lot of .any nation not the first ,
KortK Commercial darkness.-There was no OX fays bis name is OLANUER, and 'hOK before fell to the because some sentiment of my heart, and that.they are
,Jn C.r1Ctoo. S. Whar I, away into misty gurgle which. to the door. lie belongs to.Mrs. Sarah Smith, of Withered be the hand that is stretched.out disposition to resist the laws to 'occupy it 'with the standard powered

sound, except the incessant of air from the To the door-good God To me, to me ry Ditftriit S.C. Tho said ncgrq is 2: or 20 to touch the Ark pf the Constitution of the people-! did- not like.them ; not' only never an inch,'so far as the strict construction .

Joseph Whilden, was produced by the escape caused by ourpassage they were looking They were glancing years of age and 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high and of the delivery of General ',C is' had there been opposition to. the laws of oftho ''constitution- 'the tvindica- .
dealer in breast valve, and the plash at me, all those dreadful those terrible complection. Lbs owner or owuor are During Kansas, but to th
faints Oil and Glass through the waters.this armor We walkedon which eyes Eyes in which the fire of life had. a repieted yellow' to corns forward, prove_ "'property-_.IU..,deal pay speech (says the Union}.he'.was* .,..repeatcd-* >- *'- i in each case they made tne same xc se.- portion tion o[the the consuinuanai Union are 'concerned..Much" rignu 01. every ,'
good ; for by the chilling gleam ol all ana takotiimawa -,VI uo mitu" withloud an4 emnusiasuccheers. could be made for
pace been displaced
at charge other
Ko.ll A a below .. .. interrupted 'Indeed no excuse I and justly 'as wo 'admire,the pv
YXETREE BO clumsy up above, isc.xCt'lIent death. Kyes winch still glared, like me I, with according;to law. shout aftershout that law than that they -
___ Qr seems o to thc A. :u. 1100 ART II, At its conclusion, refusing to obey triotism, attainments and private virtue,
If ZEfS mrtanlly general aMOrtmcntA. and oflercs little i incouTcnwww eyes of the maniac, with no expression I Jachnonrille, April 7-tf Jailor .r\Jr. Judge Douglas. 'Tb'e. did not like it because it sends the negro ofour standard-bearersj there will.b*aoAh,* ,'
fAlKTS all linrtp, VAKNJ practiced wearer. They froze me with their cold and icy stare. i. went up But he ventured to ex
J UitVUWO'V a.OIL fd o BASHES, Pl"$. Fishes in crouds were around us. Tlicy had no meaning: ; for the soul\ had SHERIFF'S S.LE: chairman then stepped ,forward' ,and said back slavery.: that it there could ..bel ing' Tike man-worship in this contest. iMon'becbming

GAS COTTON FOOT. of shape and size met our eyes, And this made it still more horrible Lo cold before the Court Howe door, almost useless for him to' introduce CaholeVit. big enough to let every comparatively b5ignificaats
every it '
'IX gone. that was : when .
BRUSIIES of va- WILL the first instruments princi-
GLeE and swam of Javkgonrille on l except, as great >
IXTrnl lurned. They in life for the tho city would call

)i [nor 25IyWILIZA31 no matter where.they In the wa-' than it; could have ; appalling Monday in July nest within tb. legal hours of to the meeting ,onoso.: universally i negro drop through, they- .The.cunStitLttiOfl pica and the vast Interests of ai country-
UF; they sported contortion of their faces, expressingfear ,of land, lying being, "" s1.11 Wicst law thnte1'cr was made. involved. There will be
faced and chased sale all that lot or parcel tho,"Young Giant! of .the like ours are on,
Sabove whatever else the known as slave must be sur-
and the the-
M. TUNJfO.Lat UI; they horror, despair andVttuaUd in tho town of Jacksonville, In says that appeal to n .
( Tunno, PiucUiey A Co.) ., one, another, in every direction. Here I human: soul may fceifcoutrasting' with the County of])ural, and known as Lot No. four ((4/ Ai soon as the wild applause! followed !l- and those who object to the obtithe yo inUamidatory rpavtio fur second mototion '

a shoal of porpoises tumbled along in dumB cold and glassy eyes, made their vacancy ou Square Xo. two ((2)), it being the late residence this announcement had in a measure constitution of the country andn like'those which" '
AOTO occasionally
II ,
ject reported :
there might be seer the table of I.:. L. Harrison together with all tho appcrtenftnces .-. .
; canibols. a grampus fearful. He upon seen appeared :and slave
more to' the fugitive
yet Douglas from men'who
under .Judge Jt as'coming have
Awn here ira- thereunto belonging, levied upon i a subsided, < ia received'
IMLSSION .MERChANT, mSs slowclv to of the smaller surface fish; Hashed an past cd more fiendish than disheveled tho others;,]for floated his dwreo from the court of Chancery to satisfy., the spoke substantially follows ;, ,The'principle of the republicans liko" .and tepa.'diato'thoso ,nothing'at the hands 'oftheirgov.
For number long black hair was claim of hiram lloberU et ai. to obey such laws as they eminent but protection and'political bless. :"
PLoHda and Sonthcrn Georgia with i DOUGLAS' SPEECH. .clalm
there soinehuo ones, ponderous horribly down--and his beard and moustache l'RIAU'nOWDEY.Sbcl'itr iruct theydo.n9tlikC.: :They 'declaration
us .
'of.resistancetathe .
PRO DUCK, form tiode.\\ in the water lazily. Some ; all loosened by the water, 'gave Lira of Devil. County. lIon. Stephen A-:Douglas said ho 1 earn under tba l constitution i and vi sings,, no invocation toihe shed ,
S.C. ; of the
protection laws
Jjwti JJI9))C.mria)JI7 Carlto [6m.;,, times three or four placed theinselvcs di- the grimness of a demon. ,Oh,', ,what woe Jacksonville,May :n, 1B56 before the meeting with ahearty'godwil:' : fuse ,to yield ,obedience to lt The difference di'ng pf blood land/no by thoso who have none to.* ,-- .,

Ac9 NDh ctl1..before us stann; at us, and .solemnly and torture what unuttenfbla agouies appeared : .SHERIFFS SALE.TTILIbe to endorse and ratify tbe''acti n'' of the'aio.nal betweeatbela,and 'the democracy i8. shed, when .oar countrymen ve 'stood.

& & working their gills. There they would in tho desparing, glance of those fOld before the Court House door, Convention, al Cineinntbplaltsi.j -JAr-( that the, domocracJ support the' consti\Q'i l face tcifaca ''witht foreign fee*.,;Bat the,1 ,

.W. 8 WN .C. "'TON; rempLu2 untilve came c10'e''up to' them, faces.;-faces twisted into' spasmodic' con YY' in tho eity of JtckwntiUe, OD'the-fint } lIe came hot as a matttr of'form its parts with equal fidelity. issue will 'summon you to a cahn-earnest

"ALtS1D\iFonnwlyp \ and then, with a start, they'would lart tortions wbUe the souls that lighted them' Monday in Jny! next-;".therJacksonyilte r 1U .Toll and and compliance ,with ajcustom, bat witha SSStwfemtce to ,whether. they like orSffit struggle forth constitution tud coasoiqueaujr Alligator Plank IU5d, loRCtbcnwUh soul in, tbe c 'J se: Jle- came torn ,man 'tolnybl1L. ,
DUrid, g. C. J were writhing'and: struggling i bean and ., Ills 1 noexcnec .. ,
"c 1tYW. S..c: awaf.1 llotS and l nd ppertanca auf< pr "ledrei! bo- or ww v inya* 13
Sea walking onward, heeded nut the dangerous sea ,which U'Uporl this'unanirn uiadopio does not iko thwart; ,there,
bland and Upland Cotton At this time we were 1 longing to ;1ta4,. Yflld upon to: iatirfy. to .he : -You wSI.boar yourselves-'Ek?men dc.
"alone the bottom of the sea, while above even when wo touched the steamer,. had. fcflin'. favor> (f JoR2e Urcv rJ,agent of the .6f a' pl latfora'wbich'commands'the : Core\fill not obey It. Did theyever.know ; ? 'kicreU .
} and Rice. like a black cloud in, we'could slightly rolled. Down in these awful depths, 1"Jak.wavi11o an4Atigo.tdrPlank. .$ ll.CampbT--t approbation ot"Turj |
.1 1i, boat slowly moving' onward upon the wellwouIdt.Ot, be very utrongj; unless .' 'ITillAll 13OWDIf < : ,.. to congratulate.thejn ypon the nomination %; : as theonjyv ccnrityi general -
PAC sec our ; &terttr .,DQf&l ('.mt tj 7' ad vicicpresideucy plaue.1 & nt wFecilathc oniS'refue'frem nnrrersal :
"i : the
ten-fold above M like,
with rt pr8Jdencj
' fury
not gwlthat
: And now increase 1othe .
> or the water'l should f ota candidate! ey'er
lurtace r
J4ivbteer5 ct1wtB
' COltU. Cmailln TIC'WJ1r.e& the"mow than a hundred yards before us, ,wo ;But H had been l\lcreuiogtbo gb 1 bad not Jacksonville: _,.May.l.' 1856| ? ?J ". : '"o'rthy.ta stand upon ,the platt .follows the:act.jj.u Law-abmding'.mei ruin,, >Ienjvhi with1 feepoxd patrifetlA! rsflom yon irlfjclins.torit tad ,

,* ., could see the towering form of that. ebonjrock'which noticed it'and the motion of tboratcrbe- I-- : LW'ANJ' ED. -. rm ,and lo: receive1 the unanimous support baT iofar of the sapremacr.or' ; -V-J rLi :J; \A -wn/.? fc.jrtu
Ewlor in'these ab'sl5cs."r SUtiJch1j. 1III ? cyddc&iciclit.F '[tJhders.t.-'ThaFiatfbrmAnd1 o decided n this cons rz *
first greeted our to be ft'lt' or
)" at eyes,
partner ,
M J1i.
Far: Bc
HA \,1' ab' gap :TIBST RATE.WASHED A"D Ir.O.EI1' '_, .n. ? 'I 7r: .: '
. CnmmuttoM. ? : afar. 'M yet we could not be certain ibo" tbl1mcr' h k n and rOcked bb6w ,A1 : < the *Uudard-bcarcrs: v.t. 1' I -" L'' .i L'-i. : t 1' :
b M by_ experience eln11r : from ; ; ,':1 (:I J ..: !., d --.r. p' } 'IoH.: ,, )- .Ii" .Ih' r't. r. I ./,.. .. ",. ,. ,
: I '
: ud.aUeAlo t this wol tho place where thaMarmionptti ll' ::11 '" tof*; :r:'lta'>. '>. :.>i tr. : iUl :* ., \11 :' .- I.i'.r I.
that ; ,. -4. 1 ,
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.-- -=: would such WO FAtTEElNQ IN THD DIMOc10 *. EDITOR,: In 101 Jut
-- in them they spurn ;
if I uccH be, wltl'r heroic,valor against ill Meaulu That in view of the condition of the ; : and assert, and maintain their ptlofer full '' COLTJMW- Pursuant puttioua notice,theK Democrats lowing the nfairascrlpthi th f

from without or'from within. popular Institutions in the Old Word a The Troy (New York) Budget;says: of Duval County met at tiie Court
feel graph it
1 4 Wo confers that we some who ,
increased tbt .
is involved equality. waa-ADlerIClrlS1'
aaignal1 nimpbw&t. fO. in high and sacred duty Inrhi1cus. opposition the ITth IDet.
{That oftbc ITouscorr-Tuasdby
tvoauM'entertain D doubIi responsibility upon the Democracy what chagrined oursl at seeing our old "Tos'"mcor &thoDnchanftnand r meaning thereby ourCorutitaU

; lac a I ,fully believe, or *were of this country a the party of tho people { friends,made such"hewers of \vo and Breckinridge tcbtfoul meet with I for the purposeoratifyingtheimomina.tioosof State stato ofgenenT written
sustained"thi to and maintain the of every film Cass the late Democratic. National and
and it down
; t ) the upbot rgh. drawers of water. When will a cold support frm' e # narrow so as
'. gide and struggles of the revolution State ang-thereby the te Stats will see by the respontYespeeches Conventions
changing 856. and en- and Douglass; aspiring partytu.
( JUNE 2l their
but wfre-mppiml after Its'close to -and to'sustain and advance among SATURDAY, fall from eyes, they b of those gentlemen, published today ; motion )1r..Samucf Fairbanks was
.jt w re- the clover foot all the rest I their host. m the coqw1oh of the
by to without u
Omnipotent 1 reckoned
and this by I custitutiealbrty t
able B they
devise constitutionby I M. F., Papy
lot exclusive .. thl hesitation called to the chair, and Mr. The idea in few
we may repose npon a lesla.I of the world do 7 These no sin offoltcring or word* U thi

, t IfamUe bat mnravering faiththat, that tion.for the benefit of the fer, at. in the democratic line, from one requested to act as secretary.' the established 1tlhUtin of

l.'t wUVcot permit the madml of their pense of the many and by vigilant and TiE NOMINATIONS IN KKN- any\\ller end of to the other. The entire column The chair explained the object or the Americas so
l.oWtl and TUCK it of great an absnrdi
constant adherence to those principles full confidence
in the motion of Felix Livingston shiI.t
t. children t dcsrIl. wishes for rouclcvi1 compromises of the Constitution-whch If the press is to b regarded a truly moves on loyally and the certainty: of its tri meeting, an "Accept its strength committee of five was appointed
b; gntemen ml and my are broad enough and strong enough to reflecting the sentiments, feelings, and I If umph." Esq., a Li'its object, the exclusion of ibof .
S L embrace and uphold the Union as it is, then with the above, we makrom' to report resolutions expressive America from the
this gratifying-call. we can Inconexion Ibnor,
of masses *
I ... the Union a it should bin the full expansion wishes for the following from the Philadelphia the sense of the meeting. The followingare trusts and ,
i emolument
of for' an *
c PLATFORM IN'I of the energies capacity look confidently to Kentucky of the composingsaid < tolif ,* j,

i 1 : nlnwn.\FULL this great and progressive people. helming majority for the nomineesof Argus: with just pride to the the names gentlemen adopted cowUry. Tbe mistake l la .
For President oven "We can point Messrs. Livingston,
committee .IT.
I -. ; We Rite al length theuPlatfon" adopt. The following are the supplementary resolutions the Democrtia National Convention. noble and patriotic course of PresidentPier I nature as show* how uime2tiouslypoliticnpapcrs !
Acoeta 3f. Haynes
: Cincinnati Contention. The retinlutkms the Kan the democratic Cass.and the gallant,, I Ceo. W. Call, G. C. and .
h t ftd by the in relation to ae JAS. BUCHANAN] ] Most enthusiastically has the illustrious their perfl the
of the Baltimore of souled Douglas,as evidenced by and Dr. James: G. DcN.The .
I ConvcnLonJ braska question, and the foreign policy of this State responded to whole. I eralic party have yielded the naj n.stajufcfcr .
which reaffirmed, are as folows: OF PENNSYLVANIA. press speeches in Washington on Saturday evening committee l having retired, Mr.
a of Buchanan and Brcckinridgc. political ligto aiuf t
_._1 't__. the Dcmocraluai the government. the nominations Int and tho cordial response ol tIle I address e mca -
American i called to
ndor t Since the foregoing declaration the Louisville address the Cokcr was upon to-the WJosyncracus of T
Whereas first th
And Of the to &
their trust in tho intelligence; tho Vice-President two last to the invitation I ; ?>?
For to an doquent
f ry he responded jn
adopted by our predecessors setting an meeting which
was thus .
MfoC1ani and the discriminating justice uniformly Democrat fays: Philadelphia democracy, I Nothingpnrty. Heretofo- j
'L.It' in National Conventions an adverse C. BRECKINSUDGE to the whole and enthusiastic address, which was
JOHN selected chief hearty acquiescence sacred .
the American "That the man now as our example tl m HUKha*
: has been
4 o llcsolfcd That pop1e. this as a distinctive political and religious test KENTUCKY. is statesman of great talents of the nation. Such a course received with loud applause.The venerablename.
I to OF standard-bearer a democracy this .it 1tS.fl
:/ i which we ore secretly organized: by party claiming tones of the democratic
creed : in
of in public returned reportedthe
feature our trumpet committee having
experience feeTs relief in
ample afair. heart
and it is pak TCjy
f' be Americans, proper ,
f the world as a exclusivity .tho purity of its princplessince
.' proud to maintain bfll' For Governor eminent personal and private \\orlhJ following resolutions"which were read the aspiration ocomtitut;,
: the American
of Democracy sbouh cearI rivals tbety5,
moral form government that withal sound and reliable national demo its most cherished. But if ,
and upheld by a ly I its relations : { a sacrifice vestige of personal and unanimously adopted. tea
'' springing from pop of this M. S. PERRY crat all must admit. His name has Len I cheerfully every it becomes the index to-the
foundation .
1 and we contrast it with Resolved, That the identified ambition at the shrine of the public Resolved That in the nominations of po.ccipks
w-iU ,
f .I:1 ; been laid iu its COJJXTY. honorably and prominently wih magnitude and history of that faction
under union; of States OF vast
r. creed auU practice of Federalism, having history cf country, and welfare. Justly estimating the the lIon.James Buchannnnof: Pensylvania the
,.1 whatever name or form, which pecks to prosperity, expansion and '- example the political national of which.for of impending political issues, how for the Presidency and of the Hon. JohnC. Seriously, question isuked
4g1. nd.1.x in free ,built upon entire with that grat all merely VicePresidency members of this party which takei.tionjil .
government For for the
paler the rote of the constituent, Congress, he has been a member. ineffably contemptible seem Brcckenrid; of Kentucky
,jb. which imposture too inonutrous freedom inmatters of religious concern, nearly a century and brilliant personal and selfish considerations. Men the Democracy and all!national name they
n S. HAWKINS His has been a long of
cnc\'cs of in regard to GEO. career enactment nearly three
and become comparatively be ce
for the popular credulity. no rcpect persons before the ( President lierc) have reason hot only to satisfied
His record i is now says men every
il rank birth no party justlybe OF JACKSON COUNTY. one. instruments, of Government A. D. 1;>63, as quoted in my lgtt
That entertaining or place c'1 except as that the reigns -
therefore insignificant, but
and certainly to rejoice
: he ,
_' Ieorcd constitutional, or in country; most national that constitutional frerj,.
of the deemed national and likelyto zso
the democratic when great 'at for four longer arose
will be fiercely assailed by principles years
which the enemies
that its
-I Union,through their delegates assembled accordance with American principles religious For Electors, of the Union and of democracy, and interest are inro/red.! And nobly does fall into the hands: of men in every way vance- PrneiPkare. ,

convention of the States, con- bases Its exclusive organization upon EJ I,, of Eat Florida.M. liberty in the President add: 'My friends will have filed for the stations, and who wilt administer relation to the governing cmas
'. it:T i a gntr" and accidental birth place. PIILIP ) the foes of civil and religious which and country so far as> Ire
in a spirit ( concord ol opinions A. LONG, of Middle Florida. his friends stand prepared duties! to perform in tho cavass, my it for the good of all sections,and they
and faith of at' That we reiterate with renewed energy every quarter yet will me fr the doctrines West FJorlda. all alone blessed Union we hope
y: devotion t well considered declarationsof It. I). CAMPJIEIjIj,of to show, and demonstrate to national position prevent thus preserve our cal deformities of the fl
the There are
and of fulfil in jicrson.1 dst1
free ap- purpose that he is eminently to for future and untold glories.
representative and intelligent men,
: to g\rment the rectitude former conventions. upon the sectional JAMES GETTIS, E q.,is our authorized.Agent for of the high honor aboutto devotion and true patriotism and fidelity "Resolved, That in the resolutions of thePeneylvania.State denominated some of i ft citj cnsr,
and reassert is ue of domestic slavery and concerning deserving how united endorsed and sought t> make them Sutut
of their intentions, renew llillsborougU county. him by electing him in these sentiments, showing Convention so *
tho de the reserved rights of the States; and that upon itagionious principles. sing i on our political i horizon aiulif
is upon iluchananbefore ;
the American people the nationthathis the whole party i by the Hon. James
Merchant, u cur au of emphatically
_,._. bfor them distinctly meet the issue on ; O. Fo'. to the cbiemagistracy President Pierce, people of these free States ami of
by more of
: .,..: .... principles. avowed we maJ exclusively ET& Agent for the city of St Augustine.rIL at the hands of The speech his nomination, we find a platform t
subsisting demande Casa tion do not
e1etion mark
I occasions in general con \ party those of Gen. if put ofcoo
former Slcliona imperative duty commendable as are as broad and safe for the South a< emanated -
.t .ben their candidates on \ agitation, now relics t T. DATA,Esq.Is our authorized Agent the people a scr.l is of upon this great political heiesy ,
? they presented S. C. consideration of honor and of and Judge Douglas. a modt ptrioticctouenC. from Southern men themselves those w smj
t ofCarhlonton,
; North the city by second class
I. t lor the popular eu 'ges. test the fidelity of the people, for every I leaves ; ; resolutions are in the following words : have a of serfs,but not
1 is of South to the Constitution and the Union. patriotism."The but like everything jcct like the first to be bought and
one of the
federal act
1. That the government with millions of American democrats, es tl conjecture; "Resolved, That in the repeal
., .,, liberal powers derived solely from the Rt801re(1 That claiming fellowship DEMOCRATIC APPOINTMENTS. their at whose I emanating from him, is replcto, with known as the Missouri Compromise Act I express this as my candid opinio. Fur

the of the co-operation of all who through agents CincnnatiJ fitness." the what is political slavery,but a depm fi,,,
Constitution, and grants power The Democratic candidates for Governor deliberations are about to a beauty and and the passage of the act organizing
Union under -
made therein ought to be strictly con regard the preservation of the be their leader in Territories of Kansas and Nebraska free of those rights which my nei bor nU,
(fellow-citi called him to
their have
issue address close
the and will Am I of freedom if eating !
by all the departments and agents the constitution ns paramount and Congress the conflict of 183C; and if his TiE VOICE 01' DELAWARE. I (rom unconstitutional restrictions, the last in a state I be

_: etre ; and that it is inexpedient and repudiating all sectional parties zens at gra party as Americansare In no part of the Union are the nominations Cong-ess performed a work of patriotic candidate for political distinction
gvermenl domestic slavery, life as certainly it? Can read the jgjS
they of
p to exercise doubtful platforms concerning OcaIa..Mond.iy, Julyt14. themselves and worthy of their and Breckinridge sacrifice in meeting the demand: of sectional great
., which sock to embroil the States and incite 15. true to of Buchanan received Augustus, the ashmgton of tim,,oJicc !
Flemingtol.Tuesday, he unshaken adherenceto hip.
.. ',' < powers. I' and its free institutions; in the excitement by
in than
2. That the constitution does not confer to treason and armed resistance to law Micanopy...........Wedn'day 16 great country their President on the with more enthusiasm the fundamental} py Poland, without a blush of dlumeeru

:. the general governrJent the power to the 'ferl'itries. and whose avowed purposes Orange Springs-Friday, '* will of be March inaugurated 1857." gallant little State of Delaware. That Resolved. That by the general consentof zoning their checks when they eomwr.

upon commence and carry on a general systemS must end in civil war Palatka...............Saturday, 10. I -tb favorite son able and influential organ: of the democratic the wi.e und virtuous of all nations, the the free principles of hia liberale aaJcountry
internal improvements. and disunion the American democracy contained will also be held at St. Augustine I Of the secnd-Kentucky's the Wilmington (Delaware) framers of the Kcpublic J of the .Un.ited as sanctioned by hinueltinitbi
S does not confer and adopt the principles Meetings says: party, exchiiveness of tlmvir adoptfa1a, ,,,
the -same characters
3. That paper individual
Black Creek and Xewnansville States exhibited hi their
1 in the organic laws establishing the Territories Jacksonville, candidatefor Gazette iays : regard to the governing class'
the federal government shall of our ,
>authority upon "But what we say and in the result of their public deliberations
or indirectly, to assume the debts of Kansas and Nebraska, a emb of which duo notice will be given. the vice presidency ? Is it necessary "We know of no democrat in our State I degree of virtue and a practical and their more determined

1 dirty States, contracted for local dying the only sound and safe I is expected that one or more of the that we speak to Kentuckians of John C. that docs not join in the general joy at the statesmanship a to which tho historyof and action, far exceeding thcr wri ?.?.

.1 the improvements oi other State pur. the slavery question upon which the great Democratic Electors will accompany them. ? Though young in years Isutt of the labors of the Cincinnati Con-I the world affords no parallel that in ta 7 If they go on in one uninttrropW
i > .ntefWl be national idea of the people of this whole Breckinridege is ; tide of the!.
S assumption just without distinction and cxpcriencj his fame has gone vention. Mr. Buchanan our is the wisdom prosperity, narrowing grounc,
t ; \outsuch political of the federal -
poses citizens compact
The no
in its determined conservatism generally of our >leT of liberty in favor of
country can repose the people until has become known personally to many peoj I \ political depoti m
or expedient. forth amongst it Fathers conspicuous
of more
J.I' forbid uf Union non.interfernc of are invited to attend, and an opportunity the of our will but
4. That justice and sound policy the ; party commensurate with the whole Amer. and beloved by them all for purity the whole question of their success cwboUen thcnU

iI j\ the federal government to foster one branch by Congress with slavery in States and will b afforded\ to any who may can continent. In politics he his character and his unblemished reputation i than in leading the States in their separate capacities I II try another principle in their platform ut
ol the to
iI I of industry to the of any other, Territories; that this was the basis desire it to reply. defeat. His career has been one series of both in his private and political life. I shivery and that in the provision fur the poly ttcul ty rany. An.l thus step aftejttp

f or to cherish the interests of one portion compromises of 1830. confirmed by both brilliant triumphs.." Among us he is regarded: as eminentlyqualifed of ascaped from laboror they will advance and thus establishingfortify

I I J.:,; to the injury of another portion of our the democratic and whig parties in nationalconventions in the TiE "SENTINEL." AX) ITS 3IISUEPKEriENTATIONS. Some seven or eight years ago, he was for the presidency, and looked tedelivery service they fugitives demonstrated a sense of an nn.vritten constitution, l Cf
that every citizen and ratified by the people overwhelming majority to just the man for the times. Thisis which the oil Ian Jin irk*of paper and tjp
common elected by an upon a of the value of the
every section of the country has a right to election of 1831; and rightly applied to the The last number of the Sentinel quotes the State from Mr. Clay's 0\t i the feelng. too, which exists among I justice, an attachment appreciation to its preservation I will pass away like the vampluaton oiu
legislature Union ,
.I territories in Ib54 that by I in ,an
demand and insist upon anequahtyoiignts organization: of ; the nomination of then whig, by some hosts of political opponents aires dream.
and of this democratic an article condemning county, (Fayctt) rrmer an avoidance of one sided philanthropyand
all the false
and complete the uniform application 1851 he announcedhimself D l aware. hey are ready to bury I Correcting impression wavered
and Dnviecef. I the South Carolina six h dred votes. e theories of ,
of territoriesand Buchanan, from impracticable government
protection persons and property principle to the organization Mr. candidate for Congress in the former animosity,and to unite in securingthe the iu the List by the printer es also Uw
t.: ample admission of new States with or and calls it "a Democratic paper" a the executive which present a proper example for Amiens in6terul"of
from domestic violence and foreign aggression. the Times, Ashland district, which was whig jy from elevation of a man to I cf thfir descendants. sygnature, Amicm
: imitation us
domestic slavery, as they may Know Nothing Nature has seemed guidance and with the more definite! herew-
I without Now, the Time is the leading fifteen to eighteen hundred majority; and chair of the nation whom I position
S-. That is the duty of every branch of elect, equal rights of all the State in South Carolina. Ithowever, after exciting can vass.inwhich Gen. LcsJieCoombs to endow with all the qualities of prudence '. the Hon.3Iail- pressed, contained iu the last enmnmabtion. -
enforce and be the original compactsof organ an and deliberate o/rct/Tliat, we regard: that the of the Koo
the Government to practice preserved int'c he was elected sagacity, namely, progress
the rigid economy in cDaein our the constitutions maintined inviolate, repudiates the nomination of Mr. Fillmoreas was his opponent majority.In ( cxprienc at this time to take ison S. Perry and George S. Hawkins our Nothing party is on the side of tjnnj ml
most of this askor by from six to and a?
fur Governor Congress
shall not candidates
aud We
public s, and that no mor r'enue and the perpetuation expansion of too anti-Southern. 1853 he was again a candidate,the whigs the helm of State. There is not a fractionor bear aloft the despotism, let me conclude by'asking our
: eught be raisod than is required to Union ensued to its utmost capacity expect the Sentinel to correct this out Governor Letchcr t part I of the great party which so triumphantly worthy standard bearers, to adopted citizens whether they are wiffin;
t Government in peace and harmony, every having brought under the glorious ban- banner of the democracy within our own to the old principles of enmHjij free-
fray necessary expenses embracing for if it was to beginthat him. The canvass was the bitcrest conquered see
but certain extinction American State that may be constituted misrepresentation oppcse State, and hereby pledge ourselves to use
future Chief
and tbeirlM-
gradual { whigs If excellent Magistrate doin progress again raising
and flr entire sheet would be filled with ever witnessed in this State. ncr ( our present their elcc-
.. public debt. or annexed. with a republican fonn its with the desperation of roadmen. that cannot rally aroand the standard I all honorable means to secure eons heads within th's fair and free Annica. -

S 6. That Congress has no power to charter of government. corrections und retractions. This we confess fought determined to redeem the Ashland we this day raised. Buchanan and lection. The blow Emits upon you indIvi.luafl ,

a National Bank; that we believe such Resolved, That we recognize the right would be too much to expect of him. They were human could accomplish n; eki lrigwi1; we predict, cary every Resolved, That we cordially approve, I' but what remains for your cbiHrea?;'Cw
: of hostility to of the of nil the Territories, including i power and and hereby adopt an onr own, the platforms -. of sn&tircumstanccs
I ., an institution one deadly jteople Besides friend is hardly responsiblefor brought into vote of Pennsylvania, the children the bond ia -
\Ue1 it. appliance clectorl and
the best interest of our country, dangcrooB Kansas and Nebraska, acting throughthe I cracked- Every was thrown broadcast two-thirks of the States North of it. Why I laid down by the late Cincinnati above that of theirsire? 1T7ee 9is
hi I mistakes decidedly : Money was
and the will of the majority of such being requisition. Convent ions. \
.. to'our republican institutions fairly expressed committees were appointed should this not be !>o ? There is no room Madison the security tint *ben you shall bay
: liberties of the ppleJ and calculated to actual residents; and whenever the num. We can account for his absurdities in no over the district; and precinct was polled. I to donbt the conservative character of the A resolution was then adopted authorizing I helped dcsfraiichise yourselves, tour cW-

i, place the country within ber of their inhabitants justifies it, to forma other \\Y. The; every first county orators in the party were sent to I cntemenber is no room to doubt the I the chairm-m ol the meeting to appoint dreu will have such firm fricnck 11 tint

:.t the control a concentrated mOllY power, constitution, with or without domestic Union:.I the different counties. They rode they country, while their I Central Executive of five,who shall they will rise to the condition of frerfmn

I and above the laws and will of the pelf slavery, and bo admitted into the SEVERAL RICHMOND IN THE canvass both and day and in sun- talents and abilities are recognised by every I I a you have imprinted the mark of SunRV -
and night committees.
the spoke *
0 results Democratic of perfect equality with have to appoint vigilance th.
pie; and that the o upon terms l/IEI D. and rain. the Kentucky admirer of intellect in the Cuntr.r. In power on your forhea.1 ; but, where, a

: legislation in this and other financial other States. Our friends the Know Nothings, are shine orator was invincible.nut The young people raillied their hands the people will conclude the I for each precinct in the county, and a : proscription of this party bar your tfw

S measures upon which issueshave ben TiE FOttF-ICX POLICY OF TiE GOVERNMENT. likely to have candidates enough in the around his standard, and upheld*it with a government will be safe;and this is all that finance committees, They will aUo have hope to cherish that thby will LS IRE!.

".? made betweenthe two political o That by the condition their declaration fervor and enthusiasm unparalleled in the is wanted. We need no hazardous experiments I the to call meetings of the part: Fellow citizens,think what politka!ftwlom -
Rtsolrfnaly notwithstanding power
have to practical the old field, in national affairs these is and 'then there is no dapper that you
the country, coustrated of of history of the nation. John C. I our ; to ,
of all safe of that they were disgusted with uthc wild political : time to Let the when deemed necessary.'aml generally will to tbk'organmiiu
S men pariea.tJeir and the dangerous tendency .sectional was again elected to Congress should L left to develop. give countenance
ty and utility in busines pursuits. agitation combined with the attempt to hunt after office." from Breckinridgn the Ashland district by nearly seven noble man now presented to the people by superintend the canvass in the county. The You are mostly 2 working class and it nay

f .. 7. That the separation of inc'moneys of_ enforce civil i and religious i disabilitiesagainst i First we have Fillmore and Donaldson, hundred majority. Of his congressional the gallant democracy take the helm, and 'following are the names of said committee: ill impart with with case to be tt44 that

t L the'G -ment'from for all the banking safety institutions of the- the right of acquiring citizenship nominated by the available candidate I I career it is needless now to speak. It is our republican ship \\ill conclude her next of F. Livingston chairman, C. Bisbee, I. V there arc some who are &> bas be cut wlon/off t

'S is indispensable and sacred and the four years' cruise to the satisfaction we hope the foreign vote may
in our own the high dutyis Then in- known to the country, country John M. Pons. Doggett..
.5,'funds of tbe Government and the rights devolved lml increased; responsibility portion of the party. we are it. As a far-seeing statesmenMr. every Union-loving citzcn in the great re- Garnie, the polls, because there vlUbenmrnt
the latest telegraphic des- approves On motion the chair was aded to said the Yes wkt
the in
of people.
embodied the Democratic party of this country formed through Breckinridge has but few equals. As public. more icurklny days year
S fe That tho in liberal the Declarattcn principles of Independence upon the party of the Union, totrplwld and patches, that the anti-Fillmore branch of an orator in the true sense of the term, we SALAD FOR SOCIAL"-By the author committee. all nations have fought, bled and dW ofpat
i I Ly Jefferson a of state and Mr. stands without a Tnt conclusion of the business oC is to be sacrificed by the cupidity
sl anti sanctioned in the (Jonstitum maintain the right every ; the brotherhood, have nominated honestly believe that he of '"&ZlLlfJr the Solitary. HeWit After the consideration mt u tta
the union of the States; and ; in the American forum whilst his For sale number of gentlemen were for the paltry
tieD which makes ours the land ot liberty thereby las speaker Banks, Johnson of I'ennsyl- & Davenport' publishers. by the meeting a in the
per work
( advance us constitutional nn is above reproach and day* mure year.In
and character
tain among
t. of the oppressed of Vice Presidency. Drew. a-Uresa the meeting. be-
every called to of onrpatrkt
and thc asylum for Presidency upon of one .
: to resist all 'ania th \ that Kentucky tlmelmn-tmage
I'.5 : ._ nation, have ever been cardinal principles liberty lies and by cxclushc legislation for mUfwp Then to help along the union and his bearing His or:1 elegant popularity and This work has been compared to D'Is- Messrs. Ceo. W. Call,A. Doggett, F. Livingston rocs of an ardent dispotsitiou the appeal'3

.: .. .in the Democrsticfait.h; and of becoming every attempt citi- of the few. at the expense of the many- I nationality of the thing, the George Law penteman. prona the strength of rach'd "Curiosities of Literature" It is a'dinner and Isaac Swart, responded very made to your 'Wlitl ,whcnanattemphas ( -

"I 5 S t abridge and owners the privilege of soil among us ought to and, by the vigilant adhenrancc to theseprinciples faction have nominated Commodore Stock the ticket in his State at least ten thousand of fragments"-the odds anl ends cheerfully, and were received with niucimapplause. been made to roUyou isitpossiUm'theshould i and jour poster
4 zeus ami,the of the constitution I ity of birthrights;
compromises He has your
.5 t be resisted with the same spirit which which are broad and I ton,and Kenneth Rainer for the same offi votes. of the thoughts of the authors I IK creatures, wlx nar&wt"*

: S t: .swept the alien and sedition laws. from our. I enough to, embrace and uphold the strong Union. ces. Verily our Southern Know Nothing CANflfnATH given full play to his fancy on numerous The meeting was very harmoneous and legs, and call themselves hnman, wMtrt

S f I ttitule book. has no under as it was, and the Union a it is-the Uni- I friends seem to have ahead of them a good I. TiE KEMOCKATIC VICE PRESIDENCY. topics in a chaste style, and made what he I enthusiastic and every confidence was expressed be so destitute of sentiment,eoansewj*

'.I. 5 9.constitution That Congress to interfere with power or control on a it shall bo in the full expansion of time coming. FOR TiE simply intended,-a very readable and entertaining that we could carry Dura!county* feeling as sobbing/to protest,robbery Jlwj

1. the the domestic institutions of the several the energies and capacities of this great Tho Pcnnsylr&nian has the following' I book for random eercse. On motion the proceedings were ordered consider separation from t these '
t candidate of misfortunes
the democratic the List
5; "' StatsJ and that all such States arc the progressive people., That the question con TiE CLOVEN FOOT. eloquent notice of IUU''ISIJLNCES.. I., to be published in the jYeir '-'01,, that I could brain' you.Vitb7adks
of everything ap- J'irsl-Rcsolver for the \ice :
I _. .":' sole ad proper to their judges own affairs; not pro. neted policy of the country The late nominations by the Tallahassee! "If anything could presidency have added to the In the House of Commons the Chancellor On motion the meeting adjourned.S. fin.'" .34311c1:35.:

a. ,.'. pcrtauHHg the constitution; that al eflorts is inferior to no domestic question Know Nothing Convention, campletely produced by the selection of the British Exchequer: has made his FAIRBANKS, Chairman.
. t I i.. : induce hatevcr. The time has come for the people general gratification financial statement. The deficiency in incomes The above communication was
to have
others the expressed -
: LA ef the abolitionists or verifies opinion wo always for the presidency 31. F. PAPT, Secretary.
i: .S Congress to interfere with questions. of tho United} States to declare themselves -that the few democrats that have would have been the exceedingly ap of the past year amounted to 3,5GO- last week, but for the want of sp**
,.f in re- in favor of free seas and progressivefree it for to cover which the loans of.C-OOOtOO, I "nrderd Lynch Law In .California I"
take incipient steps nomination its puWwauon
cj If' of alaveryorto to lead to the trade throughout the world. And,by been induced to join that party, are looked propriatc and satisfactory I 0. has been raised. The Chancel XJORLF.1SS June ll-r-The steamship were obliged to postpone itt3b
No of his ,, to
S .., 5: !') z ltion alarming thereto,and are dangerous consequences, solemn manifestations to place their moral upon a a mere tail to the old Whig kite. the vice this moment man a prouder years and lor promised a saving of 1755i.OOO, by Daniel Webster has arrived from San I this issue. As the writer seem 00111m11
occupies for
4 .:I :". .ot and tXai all such efforts: have an inevitable influence by the bide cf their successful We do not mean that the American party more enviable i p i itton i the countrythan the revision of the army and navy estimates Juan Cth instant,with San Francisco-datea I considerable fault to the printer COm *

h: --S 1.' tendency .diminilh the: happincs of theSi cxatnt.1e.SciondReaolrcd. is a re\ivl of the whig party, for the best Mr. Brcckinbride.11r On his entrance for the current year. One million and I .: to the 21at ultimo. Her advices are highly of errors which appeared in his firti
and That our gcogrpll- half of the loan was applicable to the year185G7. it
_II' people and endanger the stability per- of the old whigs have affiliated with into Congress. a few year ago, as tho successor I interesting. nication, we give this as
IL:. ef tbe Uiuon, and ought not t I cal and political position with reference to portion of the immortal Clay in representing The sum of 3OOOO, in exchequer Great excitement prevailed San: Fran and 211-DDS"(

'r. 0 '. be taaneney countenanced by friend of our political the other States of this continent, no less the democrats, but we do mean to say district, he was subjected I bills had been successfully convertedinto cisco. A man: named Casey shot ,James punctuation,spelling

i' S .: inititutionsv any than the interest of our commerce.and the that the whig portion of tho new party thesband to sharp scrutiny consols. Notwithstanding tho reduced King, of William, editor of the Bulletin;in tre' flat ii

.J te ( proposition development of our growing power, re benefit circumstnce estimates for the services the. army the street. Ca.* was promptly arrested llollovaift Medrcines.-Wt
Resolved, That orin got it up for their own especial which resulted, greatly to hii honor, in the ot ey noticing time ibO'
: embrace that we hold to the slred princ. and the c expenditure tho present and committed tojail. This occurred on the habit generally oT but
I and quires worthiness navy
r coven was intnded Monroe and have no idea foisting democrats into general conviction of his to occupy of the iii;;
the medicines
in net
estimated at
I ttie whole subject .C slavery agitation in ples dotrne.- o tbe post which had long been adorned financial year \IL the 14th ultimo. sand and one
p and therefore the demorticO' Their bearing and import admit power, whom they have been warring all that Mr. amount of 77,523.000, while the net income On the Itlth Mr..King'died and greatexcitement when a really meritorious o.w*
Congress, this construction,and should applied with lives .and whom they have by great man. from estimated at no ensured. The old we think it due to the fctea
pert/ of the Union, standing on national L their against, eulogy on the character of Mr. Clay was revenue Wa vigilancecommittee public, ; bave
will abide by and adhere unbending rapidity. not yet forgiven for former defeats. They able and effective an address as was ever' more than 67,152,000, leaving : deficiency called a meeting. and placardsof the fact shoal be madeknotnt.used WC3
W.fl. plator of the acts kownt1111' That the groat high a of To meet this deficiency inflammatory nature were posted llollowaj's Iihis..antO4sm.t1nen.t; Jofhumonrs
and an
',,' a Thrdy-Rtou know that it is necessary for them tore delivered on the floor of Congress, .1,23,0. scald
( t compromise measures .eUle by well a the assent of admired of the thtrc remaining of the last about the city 'calling on the citizens to bruises, and
way a one
.3rTV as th the act for reclaiming fugitives the State most immediately interest in tin their votes,and for that purpose democrats was universally appropriate tributes ever n paid to departed five million loan ot 1.500.000, :propscdrate take the law into their own hands ficial effects, and there are ce

Cn.r. or labor Included; it maintenance has marked out tho here and there are allowed to have mt of credit for J2: ,o oo, o, then On Sunday, tho 18th, ''three thousand] oar knowledge extraordinary '
., feeins designed to carry. out an express fr communication between Atlantic a trifling office or so. by way of throwing gaues.'Vbb in yearsho is now but loan of.JOO and, lastly) t prospective citizens completely organized!:'into' divisions formed--in-diseases- of..long- _, &vciiiIf--
I f [ff cannot with Oceans constitutes one bonds, stocks to and armed with muskets Hollo way'* Ointment
and tho Pacific fca tub to the wjiale." But whenever an he has already deservedly tqu and companies, fessor
COtttn CP
1f t. yl'O.h ,or so chad the most important achievements t b abut honors and distinctions, the amount ofLZ,000,000, which will leave marched by three streets from the among the few preparations

: o to or impair r its realized by the spirit of moderation, office worth having i to b disposed of it many are still in store I a small balance to tie credit of the country. committee 'rooms, took possession of tbe ALL the cures for>which ,they are
i destroy and more
r$5 Rttolved, That the democratic party unconquerable energy of our ppand in sure to fall to the lot of a irAigbrother, for him.many He is,the son'rut.of Cabell Breckin The increase of government expenditure in jail, and from thence took Casey and the mended. We are satisM that 5&0ib

I I 'h' will resitt all attempts at renewing in Con- that result sfionld be secured and i I democratic brother has the presumption distinguished lawyer and tho nephew Great Britain during the two years of the gambler Cora, and carried them 'to the ng''the blood, regulating&*

1 ..t' r; ieas,or out of it, the agitation of the I and efficient exertion of the control whichwe tp aspire to it,he is either chokedoff ridge, I of the cvkbrated pulpit, orators. recent Russian war was .,3O dO. committee rooms, where they remained curing liver and bilious complain& 1'cral
( under whatever ercolot to claim over it. And nopower at the ,sailing of the tcr remedy can be fouDd.-B $
have a right When closely guarded
a- ftlavtry .ti shar in convention,or if be persists in being John and Robert J. Breckinridge. THE IIERNASDIN.lUD.. -
S may be made. earth should be suffered to I elected' to- the Kentucky steamer.. _
ho _
S % S th aU.mpt o is allowed to quite young was from Fernandma
the proceeds of the its progress by any interference a candidate, b slaughtered and A gentleman writing us It was supposed thejr would be",hunjf.
pb flaring our the
4 ;., ; Tic .redJ bt'at to be sacredly with relations it may suit our policy a the election. As witness the election with Mexico legislature he celebrated contest- speaks thus flatteringly o the progress of The whole city was draped in mourningfor NEW YORK.June 16Oa '

.:' .- 'p I .. the naliomil object specified in the consti to establish with the government of the for a member of Supreme Court last accompanied in th rank of this work: the death of.Mr. King, who was highly Banks had 50, Fremont 23, U
.. > th Kentucky re thO Cedar
,, ; lies and iucnt "The railroad from Fernamlina to of Convention however
dominion ,
that we are opposed to any within whose ; himself >steemctL.lie. was a native Georgetown, 30. The
and bore
believe if Mr. the
Stt" December. ono to seat
any i ia thirty Ban
A "A tlon a distribution of such proceedsI we can,under no circumstances, surrender Dos major, Keys is i progressing finely. There D.C. nominated by acclamation

). ',? !' Among the State,as ,alike inexpedient in'I our preponderance in the adjustment o all Fraser had been a whig that the party gallantly"Soon after through his return that strge.ho wa's elected to miles graded. The marsh between Casey was 'formerly an inmate of Sing candidate for President.

J ,. 'J -0"'.. policy and repugnant to the constitution. questions arising out of it. would not have unitd on him, having such Congress and re-elected after one of the Amelia Island and tbo main land is piledand Sing prison, the statement of which in Mr.

1' That decidedly opposed of and discipline ready for the Tho draw.brdg King's caused the difficulty. NEW:Yoar,Junel6..Tbenominated
Resolved, we a }'ourhly-Rt.o"tIJ 'rt in "ie so complete organization as they most desperate contests, in which the paper StOC
( President the was finished on the 3rd inst. whch committee was fully organized Commodore
from the The vigilances
the people oi before had shown that seemed
S t ting commanding intrat th but a short of the whole
sympathies The
.11h. the
country '
.; tm through and''wa.. residnt
is steamer passed the State. candidatefor
by which be enabled ( throughout I
S (,.t -f.; qualified United States cannot possessed? But ho hr.ving been a enlisted, ever known in the United Stles I bridge is 123 in length is so-perfectly ?5OOO with which to v carrjjtheir North INgw.Y0RK for, vics I*"
: under restrictions and rcttpontibili- the efforts which are being made by the they his congressional associates wasuni fee -- :. said tohavo: $ ner, ,
: J .i ties sufficient to the public Central America to democrat, the faithful. br.ther were ready Among b a l ance ta' one man can .ur I measures into effect. '
; amply ot esteemed for his manly bearing
gar people Inertethat verbally All
: beautiful of.mechanism. : driven from June i.-The
t. suspend the of a to off:to the ol It is a piec All the gamblers were to be ,
1' tatcrests to bi of (the for CXCTJSO support
t portion Continent Cy- any fly his statesman-like abilities, and great oratorical far the from
bc this arrived
: the Iwamp&in county, as Ernen has
,: whoso merits cannot secure the approval across the oceanic whIg who did not a the State. ship
z v i : 1: Ctwuthlrdsof and House of era tho"plssg Ilthmus'1 any sympathizing' e\en powers. DuvaFroad to Alligator, Wil be bridged i iu ,The,committee have plenty of arms and dates to the SJst nit Y0Tlr|

.' ; until Snt of thepeople ,Fiftb1y-Rsolte> That the i belong to the order. uPreidcut Pierce voluntarily tendered less than three months (rn ,this time.- ammunition. Their proceedings have been The announcement'""*dfr.BI f**

k S l-1 KcpremtUtivt obtained Jldjent' the next Aduiinistralion 'They seem to have no difficulty in uniting a few years since, a very honorable The work is lrg1uing'rpiJty. The iron ,'chasacteriscd by the most perfect ordei cognition caused grutco'e.

: : .. _feat can L American people Crm whic every proper effort to bo mae tc on a whig. At least the late Tallahas. position-we'thnk the mission,to.Spin- for the first 10 miles daily expcted"wa i and propriety. La Patriohints-at Europe**'J
I in the Gulf and we Market
ne\ dominion of the Insure uur uudaucy ff seemed to have had difficulty purchased in New York; nex There is no other news of importanct The Havre Cotton
UPt tyrannical ico and maintain a permanent protectior eco Convention no declined running a third time for,Congress; '
al" will be
in inactive.
p United; and from a cor- is engaged England, from California. alt, was
1" Bank tb St Internal Impruc.'mentL. of the great outlets through which ar. in nominating a old Whig, for GOT- but we are. glad another opportunity is 0 the fall. S The steamship George Law, from 'New b*

repting system. o, emptied into its waters the products raised crnor. and another ono for Congress bavin' presented, by the action of the' Cincinnati ."\Ye have bad copious rains and the I York, ha nearly two million in specie. Tbo. Jwper Lid. arrived
', Ramlced, That "the, dtuoocratic party on the soil,and the commodities crte bj at the same time a Whig candidate for the Convention, of securing the country: the crops look well. The health of the country All was'quite in Nicaragua. Gen. Walker .. eston. : .

abide and the th industry of the pcpplo'of l out Westrn1c services of so abl patriotic, and distinguished is $ JournaL : had removed headquarters to Leon,
by uphold And the Democrats god.Fl.
.;; will faithfully )' end tho nion'a la Presidency. good a T the Ntw Ya Jane.oday .j6.-4UttO11

.; wiiiciples resolution laid down of In the Kentucky and 1798 and and ." easy souls,'had.t bo contented with .single "llarelyindeed, have the pplo'"of this New You, June 14,-Cotton i'buy- There troops.JJJ27.were some sickness among 1-fc. Per r Ib MiJI1I 5,

Virginia 19 Elector for' the East. been presented with and bales were sold hand at it1-4c. for
the WHAT KMLKOADS : taxable candidate, for country ant, 2,000 *
ad Virginia HV D05JTO .
1 '1 We report of Ohio in the had than that formed by our two Illustriousnomineeaiiuchanau Flour has declined to $5 80 per bbl.. Whea Wo'learn from.the Palatka Democrat and lie. for Middling Upland $ "
It adopt those J85 bfon Whether really oas Wht
gisUturclnl799--that Irprtyln they a 5 t b : "tea;
and Corn
of the tnainfnin Urckinrdge- is easier, but unquotable. dul that the steamer lIa cOktU on heavy afprevioas
ono it WI smallest favors is Other
conciliating the
I 1 pr'.ncil|! as creed and IiI i $.130,876,340. 1855 the value of the thankful for yet They are both worthy of cnf-I and unchanged. Spirits of Turn'tinei of the 17th inst. consigned to the but still unquotable.

S Ution of Its l political their, obvi- earne description property is set down be seen, but we do know,that if they hat! dence of the cuntr.and both men whom dull. Rosin i firm at $1 per the night firm. Freight arc irregular.

I r .t Q resolved meaning to;carry and Irnort.b them out. on 1 1 I i at 820,807,354-nearly double. arpark.of the old Democratic independenceleft- all may fed prul tote (or." Rfo1t. lliccw quiet.: Freights are easier.DEMOCRATIC. fLuncc at that place

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the-approTal.tfti.President of theUnited for Naval Supplies. dry govis. Xo 3T. pltth, Ur rosin. X* 33, Ul.lew NO M
; Proposals tS ?
BY AUTJHQR1TY.LAWS States. soap,oil. Xo ,ship chandlery. s60.cioo. 3Sttttft
TTAsniynToy DC !
ao SUB4IIY;IbeLRA UNITED STATES. SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That KiTT DtL1.E17, ico,10.whIte pineXo.. 11ashcypresswhite- tUa9IintOn .

VC .The dee.iia.4&tlitTUr.a OF THE the sections and parts of sections of land r.nrean uf Consf njTI nip't, and Repair oak board. Xo. 12;Mark vaJani,cherry,auho.fraav. UtVXOVEBfy )

Sid resJe4 tb. tiaii.ttbi {Public 21.1AN which by such grantshall remaint, theLiniteil JOB* 2, 1S59. X 14 white-aah ears and hickory bars.Xo } mrLt 11 rrBlT.

LILlaII. lie .iopte ACT to incorporate &U Thorny JJlerarj tesVith5n sir miles on each SEALED rnOPOSALS to furnish Naval Sop- 21,iron. XV 22, sp&es,nails Xo.23,lead, &

trsnferith.rtan Society,In the District of Colombia.Be of said maids shall not be sold for less or the't,1 jear ending 30th Jun. sine, tin X'o.24 pig iron. Xo.25, hardware.Xo. .- No. S SaxnmiaMBlock, 74Jackzon''il1e

side 16S7, will U necived ai this bureau until 3 27, paints,oil, Jt*. Xa.39! ship ckaadlary. Authority the State t f Atabaant. Flor&ft.
iH M :-- ut tb it enacted by theSenaZeanrIJfoueJ than double the minimum price of the public Abckp.m.. of the 6th ofjulj next These Xo. 43,tank and gllej iron. Xo.41.chain iron. ,t* .

rItJ X durin e Reprecntatire* of the United State* of land when sold, nor'shall any of said ropnals taut be endorsed"Proponlifar Karat Xo. 45, ingot copper. No. 46, mouUing sand, '

;: sung a ckizenabp hi.' America in Congress assembled.! That lands become subject to private entry until Supplier, Bureau qf Coritt rut lion* $c-," that straw, Ac. Southern Millitary Accadcray .;

boor. 1115 mrnL iey, udnt n- Nieholaa, D. Young, George J.A. Wilson, the same have been first-offered at public -they may be distinjuUhed from other business GOSPORT/TIROTXIA.Xo. New Spring ?

iIdr. $4 bi, k1ty lb. c.tein and Sidney A. Ciarkson, and their successors sale at the increased price. letters. .1,wbite-oak plank stock kge. Cb.3,white.t 9TO ;
) in embraced in the classes l.X assWU
materials articles
pc. k prcmisetmj timber. No.6, yellow-pine-l> BE DB1WJ
*r4 ta2rkcftbRp. be, and they arc hereby,made a body SEC.3. And be itjurther enacted. That named are particular described in printed stock Vig,. Xo: 8, Vellow-pino mast ami spar tim *SDT. m.T 10thf 1856, AND ',,; e
Jfll the fomMioi fpnt.I politic and corporate, forever, by the name the said schedules of which will be furnished to such Xo. 11 ash
2' sMrtly ofrs the said lands hereby granlcd to ,any ber. Xo. 10, white pine cypress, PRIZES AMOUXTLSO TO
.bi one of St. Thomas' Literary Society, for purposes State shall be subject to the disposal of the a.desire to offer,
(, th* Territory. Other pubtctcrTeJ of charity and education, and by that for the aforesaid anti of the respective uavy-vards,or to the navy Xo. 13, locust. Xo.14,whit asia oars and $205,000VTill
J offil thereof -
tUrourh tbe confidemoe and be ned and legislature purposes' tnt ncare t thereto, and tho e of all the yards hickory bars. Xo. 16, black tprace. Xo. 13lig-
sue prosecute
name may to the fottjwitjUBgniaceci
other and the said rail roads be distribute according
buuunMy and
bel& 'nd seal no ; upon application t> thie bureau. This dirinoninto naravit Xo 20, eotnpnnition a v) ecf>pr na Is.Xo. .
be' hare and
defend, may use a common shall he and remain public highways far classes; being for the convenience of dealers 21, iron. Xo.22. spikes,nails. Xo. 2.L lead, Scheme SVBSCRIBE1Shaiejn.tvse.b.Js. .

$ *gebe'eI witbbei1tbs.d and the saute a'terand renew at pleasure, the nee of the government of the United in each, inch portion*only will be fura'uhel as sine,tin. Xi 23, hardware. Xo.27. paints, oiLs, CLASS C-.XEW SEIUES.SCHEME. THE assortment rf CUT Q COM, $

kokftlg t&y to iti,ettin1 Pun,diinv- may adopt and establish rules, regulations, States free from toll or other charge upon are actually -required Lit ruch bids. The enmmandant ic. Xo.23, flax caavas. No-29, cotton canvas. tor.. whklt, FOR. CASE, they ssfl as i

,L f'i that were iuftefled ant and by-laws not repugnant to the constitution the of or aud navy agent of each station will No SO, flax and cotton twine. Xo.31,ga,. Xo, Prtteof.. . 325,000 w. . 83S.WO M any other BOOM Jn Ik* ..eshy They av -

;_ th ; I,1DUUI'3tS ol thitbet and laws of the United Stairs, for transportation States.any property have a copy of the schedules of the other yrds, 32,leather. No 3:1: be. Xo. 34, brushes. Xo. I do. 10,000 i* ?? .. ..10,000d adopted the principle of"Smotf FrvJOi onfc ;_ tRciura

be te4 7 conducting the affairs t1! said corporation troops of the United for examination only, from which it may be judged 33,bunting and dry gwxU. X* 37 pitrh, tr, I ., .. 5.000U . 5,000d ," mad hiTrf UM UBtiw of lbs P' ,
e d'y h the Irnd 14).bizs upotth' properly and Sec. 4. Aa-lbt it further enacted, That whether it will ho desirable to niai-e applk-a- rain. Xu.33, tallow, soap, oiL No.39, ship I *. . 2,000 U .?. 2,000 to anIzami1i.s.tthtfrtock b.M.psrt'#*. Ielsewhere.
R' tccbct. o b1eveI e, ; may receive purchase, the lands hereby granted to said State ion for them ehnndlerv. Xo 40, sUtionery. I do. l,2001i . 1,200 Is it wifl be fused lb. Uowiz .

*l 1d _ hold estate, real, personal, and mixed notexceeding shall be disposed of by said State only in Offers must I* made for the wbnle class at anyyard Juno 17 4 atfcA.K (S
value T the sum of five hundred one of the printed schedules, or in . 1.0CO
in manner fulhwmn that is to say: That a upon 1 d->. . 1,000 it GOODS.Qinghami.
thousand dollars at any one time, and may ofknd;not exceeding one hun strict conformity therewith, or they tia not be Teas and Burning Fluid. I do. . 900 iseoois . 900 h

quantity considered. of Green and . . . 600 Prints, ,
Sale and dispose of the same at plea- TUST received a clt'V'e aj ortiaeU Id,. a
For manage the the proceeds dred and twenty sections for each of said All articles must be of the very best quality, J Blatk Teas,fresh importation from the New I do. . 620 . 620 JackoneU, GresaAlnat! j. a.

f.onL Jack- cure, and apply Fame, or roads, and included within a continuous conformable to satoide, site, Ae; to be delivered York Pekin Tea Company, of nineteen varieties, 10 do.1W . 200 u . 2,000 Florence Silk. Illusion,
flber iit ig moved of the sales thereof to the uses and purposes length of twenty miles of each of said in good ordar and in suitable vessels and pack and e-ieeeJinrlr low priced. da. 100 h . 10,000 Lawns Miar '<. .

,1BE of i r. f<** of lite said corporation, according to the and when the ages, as the cut may be, at the expense ant rL-k ; FLUID Si 00 riflou.AI Hosiery -
the eonwruf a-wn 4 road, may be sold ; governor ALso, BCRXIXQ at per ( APPROXIMATIONS. CravaU,
._4 Mtht oa "11EICUANTS'jT1 rules and regulations which now are or of said State shall certify to the Secretary of the constrictor, and in all count respecU sut.jjct ii to APOTHECARY HALI,, 4 Approiiiaatiou Prues of$2 00 at... .$800 GrauShU Oitibdgha1 # :
the measurement weight, ,
inspection, ,
k and the
established FhvKEV
etL hereafter be l4-3t Jacksonville, .
; June 600 ej.1It&s & iMlare. may of the Interior that twenty 4 U PlaiJa:
iJ r i-T any of the yard where received, and to the etlire Ticking,
-' U eutaintweity4wO said corporators shall and may. from time continuous miles of any of said roads is satisfaction of the oommandjitit thereof. HOTEL.IAESIIAL 4 U i IOare. 400 ilnsnaito Nets Ribbons, Draidi. '

$ VhK* b. fire i>l ces be. & good to time, as the necessities of the said corporation completed then another quantity of land Bidders are rcfarred lo the yards for samples, 4 '& U EOare. 3q20 WhaleBone. I Hooks
nd 289 I.
It ,
trees 1l0r.
batIe ,
bcIutifu' young shall or may require, increase hundred and a particular description of the urti'-lw; nn-1, : HOUSE 4
i str, ,!itiitod in theN.fthePlea.t hereby granted, not to exceed one 'a 4 Oare. 200 Checks, '
L 4
,In > but as not to exceed at all other things being equal, preference will be ,
their number o ,
sry a jrrowinc dty of Jack and twenty sections for each of said manufacture. 4 '4 '5 41) are . 160 Bareges, GroDeRbwBohlnet
u> to articles of American
given S4VAXXAII .
be in ,
the ter of the FJ*. A. A any time, ten persons, to corporators roads having twenty continuous miles completed Every offer, as required by the Uw of 10th HOUSE has been enlarged and improved 4 ii b' 120 Cambric, *, :
ri', .4 112
22ars. .
the eamc. aforesaid and included within a 1345 must be aacotnpanied by a written and suits of 4 DeLaincs Crape
as. August, i with large and airy single room, 88 ,
iS .
"de." property U in every rcaIt SEC. 2. And be further enacted. Thnt continuous length of twenty miles of each guarantee, the forms of which are herewith given.Those ud will be kept as a Lrst class Hotel in all rts- 4 0 II r2are., 6004o Spool Cotton, Cords, .
20 .
1k' euier for a IIoUl or priviite the said corporation shall hive and enjoy only whose offers may be itueepted will 40 are Bleached SastIee :
1FY fU! e and i is now un.lerJuum of such road, may be sold ; and so, from J3cts. except prices. u io are .4.000 Brown Sheeting,
f miljr, confer and It notified and the contract will be forwarded MELDRIM
the and faculty to con- as RALPH Drill .
powers time time until said roads are completed I' 91.2aae.127,500 ,
and will be wli W aIUTtriJs to which be 13,000 Stripes, ,
thereafter will ieto
: .h in the institution or soon as practicable, they March 22-2* Propr .
firm FU pupils ,
11OOpe Webbing
upon ; and if any of said roads is not completed to execute within ten days after its receipt Staving. ,

*Timann!'.J cVOTY others, who. by their proficiency in learning within ten years, no further sale required at the post office or navy agency named by Notice. 15,000 PrIzes amocntiag to . .. .. $206.000 Edging i Inserting, Men's Shirtij ..

'L.rr1tc% iubribcr at Eerniu1Iiua. Fla.itt or other meritorious distinctions, they shall be made, and the hinds unsold shall them. Tickets SlO-HJrw 5-Qoarter&, 2. 0. linen Cambric Ilatvderchki4fc4: (t 4*., .
A bliall think entitled to them such degrees revert to the United States. Sureties in the full amount will be required to "Vf OTICE is hereby given, that after publication I

tTICJierI in the liberal arts and sciences as are usually SEC. 5. And be further enacted, That 1 Fign the contract aixl their renpousibility cert 18ed IN of this notice for six w eSu, application will SAil'L SWAN, Igenl and Majuagw,ia. BOOTS AXD.SHOES.,. ."

in colleges. to by a United States JytnU jmi e, United be made to the Commissioner of Pensions,fur the .o1uDIgo1s.Iy, Ladies1 Black SUTc Cwgreaa GaiUn. .
circvlt of Florida-Dura ce.g&ADLER. granted enacted That the United States mail shall be transported States district attorney, collector, ur n-ivy a enL issue of the duplicate Wurraat Xo.G377, Act of Agse v at "APOTOECARY IIALLw lt Colored rse&. e' -.
SEC. 3. And be further said roads under the direction of ceil wUlbe E. Allen late a private.ia Jatkjoarine,FLvTVcua )
over As additional security, twenty per am 1S33, L-sueJ to James ,
) Chaneery.fNLZZE nothing in this act shall be BO construed as the Post Office Department, at such price withheld from the amount of the bills until the Capt. -'it Company, in Cot-*s Regiment Tsonas and JCSTC IV'TXAX, E*
VL to authorize the said corporation to issue as Congress by law direct : 'Procid- contract shall have beth completed,and eighty per of Georgia Volunteers, in the war with the Sworn Cemmiasionera to superintend the IkaTUtg.N a' French ,:
may ,
JTdiiosI CuwLuflt having been filed in any note token, device,scrip or other evidence ed That until such, price is fixed by law. eentuui each bill, approved intriplicate by the Creek Indians, the same having len lust, and a Letters containing money will W strictly a' Goat Busiin*. .e-#

T Bll "<1" apeSring upon due proof of debt to be used as a currencr.SKC. General shall hare the commandant of the respective y rdi, will be paid caveat against its hwation entered in the General attended to and conMentiaLFor 45 Kid H. .t;;* .
f -Tlef8ua;tiA we nt iminor und a resident ofly 4. And be further enacted. That the Postmaster power by the navy agent within thirty days after its Land Office, dated the day of-, A. D. I' KidTie iia
tist tht court that notice oft to determine the same. presentation to him. 1S3S. JOHN M. POX3, Sale.A Bo
EnameledHisses' ts
,: l-It i nIercd this suit b published in come each of the corjwrators in said corpora SEC. C. And be further enacted, That It i is stipulated in the contract that, if default Att'y for James E. Allen. i4 .

_i.iLiwtIoc gild of (' r.-uit f-Ttlte fpwe ofutyConjr tion shall be held liable, iu his individual a grant of land shall be made to said State be made by the parties of the first part in delivering Jackmnville, 24th May, 133C-6w LIKELY SEGRO WOMAN, twentyoneyears Farodi Boot, -AL-

peiiPIlur IU ..ibljs hang been duly ap- capacity, for all the debts and liabilities of to aid in the construction of the following all or any of the articles mentioned of the old, and her Child ((* girl) two years Boys Shoes, .

*,p-41J t,4Gtaardi1t al' liteiu-aU pernunf iolereguirJ the said corporation, however contracted roads in said State, to wit : the Memphis quality and at the time and places provided,then, TIlE 110 X US IN MARKET.ffihIE old-or the woman without the child. Ha been Men's flne Boots, -
to > ple d and an- recovered l> suit asother and in that ease, the contractor and his sureties u Shoes, -" i I
pear be five
j incurred to y irout cent. a house servant years.
bzeLY or Charleston railroad extending Coupon
.4s* ithm sixty djjiUtu and trill funfeit and pay to the United States as liquidated eight per Ii.WILSON u S
{ 311 rt < oraploujt before court Enquire of Kip Brogana, .
ft die wa the < hereof, or the same wilt LcJo debts urltal'ilities1 any Memphis on the Mississippi river, in Tennessee damages a sum of money equal to twice J. Bondd of the town of J.k*>nrUle, and of Jacksonville, May ITtfCHEAP .

of competentjurisdictiun. to Stevenson, on the Nashville and the amount of the contract prices therein agreed the County of Columbia, issued in payment of Slippers, '

WZLLI-M A. FOflWARD. SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That Chattenooga railroad, in Alamama; theG'fard upon M the price to be paid in case of the ju.lal Railroad subscription?,are now offered for sale by CASH 'a Inanieled ainl Fsaey Sbir.t. .

Solicitor.Jm be recovered or retained from lime to time as they Jacksonville Charleston or New Congress Gitars..te
jp. ? \Xl>CltaOX, aim-mi CT repeal the foregoing act. and South paid either in Lasting
2t-3&u Mobile, Alabama;the Northeast accrue from the said parties of the first part or York, at the option of the original purchasers. u Tether tipped ? .. ..,
2 1831. I
1556 June
IT, Approved from Gadsden to e eu
western railroad, near either of them. The Bonds already UoeJ have twenty thirty Tooths* Brogaas .
per Sale or Hire.I some point on the Alabama and Mississijyl CUsscs 1,2,4,6,7, 8.-to be delivered one- years to ran, and are of the denominations of > '

[Public 2i] State line in the direction to the Mobile fourth part on or before the 15th May, one-fourth $100, 9250, 9300 and 1,000 affording a convenient caliUrogans. i. ,,

moi VT**>qa an.I a *n>all blAt eutle and AX ACT to transfer certain rights and duties and Ohio railroad with a view to connect part by the 20th J ely, one-fourth part by the VOthdcpteiuber safe and profitable investment f n capital Childrens' Shoes, a large Stock, Ac, ,

.a fctiU pur of Milieu; a young mid gentle conferred the trustees of the ,* railroad "the and the remainder by the Ut December A strong inducement to home purchasers result Wilson Winternitz, HATS AND CAPS. .

llonie aDd a i'ccuudhanL Iuggy. MiofrWLNetrttdy upon Indiana to the common with said Mobile and Ohio 1537. CUaes Kos. 3 and 9-the whole by from the fact, hat the Coupons can be used in Rerpectfnlly inForms the Ladles and Gentlemen A good assortment,comprising ef MESS UUsW .

11W J'y one a Carpjutcr, the town of Vincinner, Coosa and Alabama railroad from Selma the 15th iljj, 1S57. The remaining classes to payment of taxes. The attention of visitors and of Jacksonville and surrounding country that they hORN PANAMA, STRAW, PALJt tatA te 1

1b.ndy t any %' ,rk Al o for Sale, ml rnod.ttBrf council of the city of Yincennes.He to OadMlen ; the Central "railroad from I* delivered-one-fourth pirt on or befwre the capitali*from abroad u also invited to the character hare now opened their new and beautiful stock WOOL,, ana FELT HATS, togetitfr wtth.Qal-

,*4 Ud(i tU/tfr, (hut n"t to *p cuJirwJ it enacted by the tenate and House ofRefjresentaliccs Montgomery to some point on the Alabama lit September next, one-fourth part on or before of the securities of these Bond of Spring and Summer Goods,consisting partly of drens' list and Bloomers. M *

UI 20 or 4L'' deraIale' l ulamg U-ts ui of the United States ifAmetica and Tennessee State line in the direction the lit December next, one-fourth part on or before A. S. BALDWIN, DY GOOS. SADDLERY.
buri* f the city. thi Ls of April. and the remainder on or before Pres't FU. A. i G. Central R R. Co. .
Lbs wwtf m Sir.0)UK'ri: OiUjrer in Congress assembled, That all to Nashville. Tennessee ; and that alternate the 3Ulh Juno, 1857, comprising at each delivery Jauksonville, April 5, 15G6-tf Calicoes Musl'ms. Barages, Ginghams, A well selected stack,smiUUe for the

Appivtt' : [io iteM'. Win LeJwith'a. the rights and duties conferred upon the sections of the public lands to the same a due proportion of each article. Class 10, Jackoneta and Cbecke4..Caintric' Black of the market. -

J&rriUe, .Jutit 21 I S3V-j in. trustees of the town of, in the extent and in the same manner and upon and all following, if additional quantities cf any Acknowledgement.'T and Col'd Silks, Cbatnbrays, Cballies, HARDWARE.

State ufiudiana, under the act entitled the same limitations and restrictions in of tbe articles named therein are demanded, they Silk and lace Mantilks. Bleached and HOLLOW \VARH, RAZORS SCISSORS, COFFEE

United States MailH.OUIDA. .' An act adjust the claims to lots in the respect shall be. and is hereby made are to te furnished on like terms ami conditions undersigned beg leave to return their Irish Linens, MILLS SCREW FILES POWDDSr
every previous to the expiration of the focal year, ujxm JL tineere thanks t o the citizens of Jacksonville Unbleadied Homespun, SHOT, LEI, BRAWIK8 KTIVKSf.
of the roads in
for the sale of the B. .
of Vmccimcs. and aid in the construction and Napkins CARYEBS.ERCSHESSPOOXSCHAISS .
to Cloths
tow u receiving a notice of fifteen days front the bureau, and its vicinity for their kind patronage since Pamask Table ELITES: FORKS and

fit*" I'tMCC IlfcrAKTMEXT June 12, ,1556. land appropriated as common fur the" use said State mentioned in this act :-I'rori- the commandant of the yard, or nary agent their commencement in budine*, and beg to inform E. Diaper, L. C. IIankerchit&r Fancy |

the inaiU of the of the inhabitants of the eaid town, approved ded. That the lands hereby granted to said As the law requires the prepayuieutuf postage, them that they have sold their entire Stuck Silk Trimming1 Silk Gloves and Mitts, ROPE, TACKS, BOLTS, .j t{ *.\

rIoFo.L5 fur fn rtrrring(*a U-r 1, ISoG,to June the twentieth day of April, eighteen State for the purpose of constructing a persons dcmriug the cointuonJant uf the yard of and business to Mr. Lewis Levy, and hope his KmbroM,and Grass Skirts, Plain andFiR'd. LOCKS, PERCUS-
l Mater >ia
r foit the 1iii'wing route in the State of hundred aiid eighteen, be, and the railroad from the northeast to the south the cary agent to eml them t>y mail schedules or strict attention will merit the continuance of their Ribbons, Silk and Straw Bonnets, SIGN CAPS POCKET KKIYEI
30,1639,4111 should crtclnee in their Jt BRO.Jactwnville. PLAIXS. GOUGES,
desire MODE
uch classes as they
7id M the DiaDiier herein i pcific-J, will l>eat same are heieby transferred to and western portion of said State, lying North stamps la ensure their trantuuaion *- pntrmiage. 17. lS3o-tf Silk Illusion and Bobeneta, Muslin and SPRING EALAKCESKAILS, -

ps.Ib4 the CtHrtract ttffii-e ut the 1'urt OlTiccin vested iu the common council of the city west of Ely ton. shall be assigned to such apiilicutiou, but poetag application to thU bureau for such May Cambric Eilgeins, Collars Chimesetts BUTTS, HOOKS 4 STAPLES SPADES 1IB*,

!b.ltaet thy Mtj >\Vaohtustua,decided until $ |> of Vincenucs, in said State. road as may be designated by tie legislature schedules will nut require prepayment XOT1CC.T70UR and Sleeves ArtifiT. Flowers and Tabs, SPIRIT LEVELS, BCTCHEB aadSH**

..4the 24 jiteuiber b4 tu le on .Approved June 2185G.. of said Slate. weeks after dote application whiLe made M to Netting, Parasols. Fans, Umbrellas KXIYES, COTTON CARDS; BBfi-

tp JaJ: June 3 18.36. FORM OF OFFER.I JL to the Honorable the Judge of probate of usque or LOWS, BOOKS a-* HINGED
tc57 from CdaeiWl, l>y Fort Fanning, Shoal Approved of State( .here- Dnval County, to have tny Dower, as the widow and a large assortment Hosiery WINDOW STOPS,.AVGERS,. -

T* nOJeetive of Redden J. Tutcn, lute of said County, deceased &C., Jt. SAWS, SQUARES,,

Otiv, .4 HumtMiMaL, tu Uay l' >rt, and ACT for the benefit of the Hebrew XOTICE.rpnir.TY by navy-yards agree all the articles named in the elates set aside from said Estate. All persons inter Clolliing. RULES, CARPED .

1jek twe a ntunth, in kteamboit in the city of Washington. to the provisions of ested are required to Uko notice.MARTHA. TER'SSASII-
congregation the annexed agreeably
nhall to hereunto ] Flannel Shirts
wtU tatt the dottaiive, and propow a dayt after date, I apply M. TUTEX. Dress Coats, .
iti nuke disc eounextion with JJe it enacted by thf Senate and House of L Honorable WILLIAM .t. FORK---, for t wMule liiraill United States oj I I' Ertate situated in the the mlvcrtustnent of the Lureau uf Construction, May 21th, 1333-U: ILv and Caps,assorted, SaL .
LA. sell the Real Vests
AT ttfimtn plvmj hetnecn New Orleans, Reprcscatatires tfthe tuition to WOOD.WARE. such'a* BUCKETS, BKQOJtl.
That all 1 ,Jacksonville Florida, of the heirs ofMn. Ac, oJ&zne2, 1855. Stocks and Cravats, Shirt*and Collars. -
assembled. town .
4 Key Writ, tin America in Congrats Should offer be accepted, I request to benJ'lreised i-fllOCS. PAILS,AXE.UEL.VES, *&
itfjr! ou.c-a- Pint the rights, privileges, S. D. FEKXAXDEZ, at and the cuutract for- Lady's EnameLnl Boots,iJen's Boots,course, BOOKS AND SJATTOlfEKX. '

,; ;')TE.PiepeMi. granted by law to the Christian June II, lS.C-lm Guardian ivarded to the navy agent at or to colored Tics, fine, Blank Books,Fools Cap aolLetter Paper,PeaeQV \ .

.u.t !I. piirantied t>y twU recpm.i- churcl>es in the city of Washington, be, iur signature and ccvi i&ste. Jacksonville, Fla.C01IUISSIOSER ki.l do Shoes Slippers, Wafers, 5en Sealing Was, wiii a. selectae- *
the FOH Date (Signature.) Congress Gaiters, Standard Wark aad tight rttdiaff..
walfpil tovnch by a and Ue came are licrcby. extended to ( ) U silk Gaiters, School Book,. ,

are) rf,a court uf rcn-rd; unj contract must Hebrew congregation of said city, and The schedule ichSch the LidJer encloses mtul OF DEEDS kid Slippers, Rip Brogans, GROCERIES aniPROTISIONS
: r4Efiil bidder with CharlestonSAVANNAH be putted to hi* itfcr, and each oftliem signed by 3lirsescordoaitmra, Youth's do of GroMri *.Ba i
el,.u-d into l>\ the that the third section of the act approved STATIC or Shoes t Boots, A full assortment Tamity
THE .4
each article in tht tchedule t.'u rca CooU A Slippers
( Pev
ety,before the 1I 1 ofcr, ISoO of June eighteen hundred him. fppolte Bacon, Porkr Laid, BeeiVToa0U8,3Saekeaal ,
>. nill le'1 fur tnjx Hut porformc!. the seventeenth rI.4. price mut be set,the amount carried out, the asgresiite 31 tiNE, Y1ROIXIA Negro Brrgans ef Utoea, BeaasyTlotir, Bread; Crackers, Jtc,A*
per entitled MAn act each .and Vie amount XORTII CAROLINA, with a large assortment
Jtureacb of ueb buiLvautw n. t fiatufccUirilynpUurd and forty-four, footed up fur does, MAi=>Aciirsirrr5, Together AXD LIQUORS.

tbrve tJu- the f T /the trip uiay be convej aaccs or devices of places uf GEO. liLctct itrilUn its vordt. RHODE ISLA>D, SOUTH CAROLINA, JW JVAE. Fine OU WINES randy, IWw Whiskey, BoaiUuifc
behind time thnk in the District of Columbia. NEW YORK. ALABAMA CUTLERY .
Mtctei. Fr m lr aa worJnp Ca mpagne -
public and Commtw \KluskAy
pmaexioa a th drpenJinj; mailo, and tint ." tJtaU be to construed as to allow the The U. S. M. FORM OF GUAtANTEE.of to the PEXXSY LVANIA, LOUISIANA MISS1SSIPPI, GROCERIES $e., f c. Whisker Madeira-, Rectified and Port Wines,, &namlc..
undersigned, call ,
itfidentlj cicu-o.1 1 onr fourth the compensation tin Hebrew congregation from Purchasers wilt find it t<> their -
members uf ; of and of iu the TEXAS tf FANCY GOODS. .
I tk tnp it ml jcct t Inrfeiture. Vuim irifi be two-third to STEAMEUCAROLINA State ap'26 __ and examine oar Stock,mt the Carolina corner,
i.4.4,tiAte the drlimquen.i be promptly and lime tu Uuie, by a vote State of--hereby guaranty that, in cafe the else where. As we shall take Perfinnery.Soaps, Tooth, Nail and ITair .
trustees and the same, by bid of for of tbe cLuscs therein United Stales Mail Line. before purchasing who Ic. ,
tdidiIy rxpUincii,tur uejieettng tu take the1ur.ufferintto elect their own ] foregoing any 'in trying t please all those ,Pressing Combs, Looking-Glasse,
4 infca | t4 fficei !j jkMjei 1.1 e roUt. to uiepiace fit pleasure; i named be accepted, that he or they will, within and Florida great favor pleasure iu with a call. All orders from the The above,which enumerates out eompantlv. .
of the contract at the Savannah may

;, after demand t.r>mvey the uiaJl a? freevcttlj > in office, have the same title in and L. M. COXETTER, post office named for or navy the agent with designated ood and, execute sufficient SEMI.WEEKLY. .T..kinnyila Fla, April 12. 1956. attract the attention oithe-Pufclie,trailing taak .
i iraaninj THURSDAY the contract same (
at tbe contractor rum, ur w a\ccrncd in lot tract of land as if leave Palatka every those who jaay be induced:t eJlmp/jaaAy ikvil.
or said nholl foil
,vebk.kthe route The IVwLnnvter I ICtacnl power over any WILL at 8 n'rUick, PkolaU at 11 o'clock, sureties; and in ease Jacksonville Bricks Yard. hire no reawia to rejrret the*am* I
them under the act aforesaid for a afternoon, and Savannah enter into contract as aforesaid, wa gutrnnty CKAYE .
annul the CMUtraet fr repeated fail-i held by .T.ekocvitI. at 3 o'clock same to making 26 BURTOX JS
is rerymper-
R1 va may aree.oi.v tiJttt, ..rjrJitlbbey.pta4.e Christian churchor if they were appointed on Friday morning at 9 o'clock, reaching to make good the difference which betweeu bo the offer of TIlE STEAMERS THE undersigned article of Brick now, at the Yard near the
and that accepted. )
Uwiior turtrurtkms the de- under said act trustees of any Charlekton that evening. the said- nuiy \ j, Church which he trill sell at the following

rartawat The P..tuuutcr General may alter Christiaa church: PrortdeJ. That any and WM. M. LAWTOX 1 CO, Signatures of two guarantors J JT ?" St0 Johns, Brick prices: SIX WEEKS sjler tii.publication I ahaS spa
iucreaite of Agent*at Charleston.BEXET thousand. t th Judge o Probsite of the Coqnly
aitjule Hi aim! iriler an demand a DOper
may ,
miee hy allowilir' thereof a fr* rate iuorca oil all legal and equitable rights, i TEASDALE, (Date) CAP l. JAS. FREEBORN, FIRST - TOOTH of Alachoa, for Lettes of AdmlnittnUioa e- O*

ILlyaLo.ruflailu.cdu.enulW.ti0. or liabilities of the said Hebrew congregation Arent.M PaUtka \Vitnea. ADWelaka SEC05D . BOO Estate of Xoah P.Sugr deceased. .
tttctpay.. at 1000 "- WILLIAM 0- cLEa9.
abQt.eurlapMt j -
wan ipav, xlkaviiig one in4tvth'g extra einrIlLtlas said trustees, shall bo limited to the tru' t Arrnt at Piuulata.JOIDf are known to me as men of pruj-erty and able to ATtu.He will BRICKS charge, -for-delivery- in town and when KewcacgrOle, May 12, 1355. saytw

"a IW .tuxKHit of errie th'7IIICd with property of said congregatian held by said Ajrent IrnO WARD at/JatksonvlHe.. make good their guarant (Signature.) within the Plaakroad one dollar per thousand Florida Atlantic & Gulf Central *,
"Sevond AMIS- thousand a
WU be wi4rea.I to tbe CAPT. X. KING, and one dollar and fifty coats per ,
tiM Purtnurti-r len.raj," raperscriV "Prup. trustees. 1&IG. M. A. COhEN, (Date) fie Vailed Stale* tlUtrictjudse. PALATKA distance. The Brkk are made of excel RailroadCompany. < -
RorLa." Approved June 2, June 14-If Agent at Savannah.Kojal To It tigntd by \T7ILL leave SAVANNA for greater under orer, and are S
'frX..637. dried _
district collector, material, are
Slate attorney
United an-1
K further particulars see pamphlet advert'wcat E. every and of better quality than any that are f:;;_ _
tntand no uther. and PALATKA heavier
10 o'elmk
c ,
ur fc< at
21. ry mornings
at esrrymg the mail in Virginia, North"whw [Public ] HavanaL.OTTERY. SAVAX- imported.J .

P uth *ronhi Georgia, and Florida, AX ACT granting public lands, in alternate The following are the classes required at the every NAIl MONDAY at 10 o'clotk and, touching THURSDAY at the, for usual Land- being" All orders left with Messrs. nartridge ANNEAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEra.

toadJonuwyl1655. sections, to the State of Alabama to respective yards : both, Timanos, who are my Agents, will be promptly next Annual Meeting of the 8tet

JAMES CAMPBELL, aid in the construction of certain rail iUTTERr, ilAIXE.Xo. i' lags, will ways.leave Jacksonville every Tuesday and attended to. Tbe holders of this Company for the efccuoa*T -
.,I1.22-4, Ptntinanter General. They JOS. LACOUE3E. to serve for the earaia;year.aekseav.wlflbeh.W
in said State. drawing of the P yal stock Ion. No. 2 white and Friday morning at 3 o'clock. lane Directors,
roads ,
The-u rand Extraordinary 1,white-oak plank built for theBoute Jacksonville, April 2C.CENTREL. at the Company's office, hi ,
Senate and Haute conducted by the SpanUh Government 3 white-oak promiscuous timl-er. 1 These Boats have been expressly .. 4 'S
Re it enacted by the Havana Lottery oak tiauk. No. State% Room the FIRST TUESDAY IK JUKE NKXT .
Kotice.FR the supervwion of the Captain 4 Lite-oak keel pieces and redderplucks. and having large and airy accommodation STAGE on wiicfc 4
Representaiires oil/ic United Stale oj under timber. No, offer uniMfaaled inducements to In- Stockholder*an allowed to vote by proxy,
nf assembled lliat General of Cuba, will take place at Havana, Xo.6, yellow-pine plank stock logi. X Fur farther particulars enquire must given
in Congress and others.
America 10 vaIi
the pur MC of clnfiii;up the buriorss of to the 4th 185G. 8, yellow-pine mast and fjar timber. So. LINES attendance of stockholders is requested, MVssvnes > .
4 FIXEGAX at Jack.cri. there be, and i* hereby, granted Friday, July a kite pine. Xo. 11, aib.cyprecr, bite-oak boanb.X of ALLIGATOR via, XEWNAXSYILLE, to the Company sod J tko
OVA bnportanc
., and the baMneta Nanwu Mill, Florida, State of Alabama, for the purpose of aiding 12, black walnut,cherty, mahogany. Xo 13, BISBEE ,, Jackson villa- JROM and ILEMIXGTOX to OCA- comMDDrJy will be presented far aetinor TVa>

4I 4 r ine i ia icIl at PuUie Auction it in the eomtructiun of railroad; from the 6OOO.Grand knsubt. Xo. 14, white-uh oars and hickory ban.Xo DEVALL Agents Agent, Palatka.CLAGI10RX LA, semi-weekly carrying the United States Roohaofa1bicTiptiolwiabe.penedreio17t.the .

* No. 20, coinporiliou at ALLIGATOR -
UWiiiK prt perty, to it; Gadsden on the Coosa river; from black spruce. Xo. 13, lignnmvita; Agents Savannah. and JACKSONVILLE STAGES log the road now commenced speedily e BpIete4..
with twen- ing, to and oaiU. Xo. 21, iron. Xo.22, TAMPA and PALATKA STAGES invitalkw it bepediMas i
w T u4jaes Saw MiU complete, with the Georgia and copper both with a line of ,and with subscribe, to which m
yawHof( l ad attached-located on the F.her3aisa Gadaden V) connect Chat- Sorteo Xo. 29 Kxtr ordln rlo. spikes, naiU. Xo. 23, led, sine, tin Xo. 23, These Boats connect Jacksonville ways andTuIlahacsee,Pajatka -atOCALA- win be a general and favorable rwposu*. o a

; Florida One-Two Gang Paw Mill, eotn- Tennessee line of railroads, through 1RIZU 81OOOOOI! hardware. I*o. 27, paints, oils, &fi. Xo. S3, flax Stages, between and Bay, and with steamers The owners announce that they are running. By order of the Board : 4 1 1Jsckzontillelsy
and CAPITAL Tampa
Ike, *Uh ten acres of land att.cbcd-l4ested Wills and Lookout valleys ; canvas. Xo.29,cotton canvas. Xo.30, fax and Ocala and New York, Philadelphia and will continue to run, comfortable Stages on A.S.BALDWET,
tooga, Savannah
JatUmvilli. Tiorida. One gond Dwelling to the Tennessee river at, or oflOO,000 8 Prizee of..12,000 cotton twine. Xo.31, gh\ss. Xo. 32, leather. Xo.3J between inkS [July 7-ly this line for the accomrcixUtion of Panen ers. 1,1556. (hOld) .Pnui aL.

fiwat wits about fifteen arresof laud at tacbod.lIiStl4adJejj from Beard's Elrton bluff Alabama, every alternate 1 Prize** '_.._'30000 10 "_ 1,0th) buie. Xo.3t, bnuhes. Xo. 37, pitch, tar, and Charleston. WRIGHT CATUEY. FOR SALE Ott BBNT.A '

( ) 1 **& Men; Two Lots Jackson- near of land designated by odd number 1 1 "-..... ... 20'tO 70 u 4QJ roain. Xo. 33, tallow, soap,oIL Xo.4D,stationery. Jewelry !! SCARBOROUGH Agents at Alligator.LM. ,. COMMODIOUS and desirable bovM, ftef>-

1fl 1 Ou Uorsf ud Buggy; AUmt Twenty-five section in width on each sid I W Mz hO,00t? 249 "___ 200 Xv.41,fio-wood.CUARLESTOWX., Jewelry 5ewnan'ville. sanIty situated on the Westtrp part .ttbs

1Ired| acr i oi lands in Xaau County; About ; for six sections incase it shall "-.-.- E,000 20A pproxbnationa 7,200 ,MASSACHUSETTS.Xo. Agent. at JOHN LEA, town,sabstantiany built and well aaubedia ev*.
tight llundii acres of Und ia Duval county j of each of said roads. of$600 each WM. GROTHE xoowsv g" gea4 we" if
; et'utaining.elevon
7.m Timber office United States liavc, when 4 Approximations to the 8100,000 white-oak plank stock logs. Xo.3, white- 13 Agent at Ocsla.PKOULVMATIOX VT part, ,. f.
Cata; Ooe I run Safe; tome that lh< 4 of$400 1020,000; 4 ofS2UO .1, sept water La the VAnI &iwl all ftjw HM&rV Ant 1 biUiag ,
road definitely 4 of aiOO to SSO.OOO; timber. Xo, 4, white-ouk keel .
Anchor La. JLe.Ik said are MAKRJlSD
1ttri| o1, routes of oak promiscuous fursprivsteBosrdingUosas.f.fered
the lines or 4 of*200 to and saiubh)
11,11, ,,,4 Land wia U sold on one. toM fixed sold sections or any parts to 910,000; piecco and rudder stocks. Xo. 6, yellow-pine BT for talc or rent by the year r.--1l
!tkree j an time, with good and approved 04a any aforesaid or that theltacbeu Whole Tickets 82O; Halves S1O ; plank atock loge Xo.7,yellow-pine beams. Xo. BROOME C
term '
ty tht time thereof granted as 85.Prises i r o.lla s n, eyprev, w kit e.a k Jeweller JAMES E- .
will be sold on one years till* Quarters 10, wbeards.hit e p ne. For farther particulars apply at this fie*
to Florida.ThreeHunored
?** F><>daec irtv; all other articles fur cash right of pre-emption has a cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount. Xo. 12, black walnut, cherry, mahogany ) Governor of Vie State of October 6-tf '? b.

Th.s wisbuij to embark in the lumber buiincasfflt same then it shall be lawful for any agent, folvent Banks taken at par. maple. Xo. 14, white-ask oars sad hickory (xixT DOOR TO THE FOST-OITICX. Dollars Reward. :.

:* w.U to attend the ale. to be appointed by the governor Bills on all will be forwarded as sovn at the result bars. Xo. 15, blatk spruce. Xo. 20, composition on hand a splended assortment of beauti 1 tr '
or agent, A drawing 21 iron. Xo. 22, spikes, HAS of the LUel
JOSEPH FIXEGAX, to select subject to- the approval known. and copper nails. Xo. and unique JEWELRY .
JOSEPH OLIVIER, of aid slate of the Interior/ro in becomes addressed to DON ROD- nails. Xo 23, lead, mine, tin Xo. 23, hardware. styles and fashions, such as BAT-STREET, .

Fxerutort of J. 1:). BellechasM, deeed of the Secretary States nearest to t1'.Communhttiona of City Post, Charleston, S. C.,) Xo. 27, paint, oils, Ac. Xo.28, flax canvas Xo. GOLD GUARDS, FOB and VEST C1IAEJ3 commit (Next door to Reed's Bride Duih4J
United UEZ. care
-.__!! _June 4. 1856. (June 14-tdJ] the the lands tiers of of the sections above specified,,so RIO until the 4th( of July, will be attended Charleston to. hat 29 Xo., cotton 3J, gla canvass.s. Xo.32 Xo,leather.30, flax Xo.and XJ cotton, boee.twine.Xo. EAR-RINGS BREAST-PINS, FIXGER-RIXGS, 4e, WHEREAS an body atrocious cf William nnrder Milticaa was in the THE Subscriber has OGEW in

much land in alternate sections, or parts The above Prize was held in June l* 34, brushes. Xo. 33, bunting and dry ROW!*.- all of which will be offered at the lowest prices County of Marion, isthis State, on the night of ,and w eon lantly receiving dine* fie iaXew

shall be equal to such lands July. Xo. 37, pitch, Ur, resin. Xo.33, tallow, uap, oil. CASH the first of March, ult. by some person unknown. York, a fail and wU teeot 4.aMort2Matof -

1 mcE) A 4 G.CENTRAL RAIL ROAD, ) sections United, u States have sold, or olherwUc of IJands In Florida Xo.39,ship chandlery. Ko. 40, sUtionery. Xe. for*jf WATCHES, le., repaired and warranted.Mr. Now,there/ore, thai lbs end of justice brought may tacos bsubserved BEADY HADE cLOZRlGj, .
JAioa-ILL FlJl' June I2 l656' as Notice Withdrawal 41 fins-wood. and UM gaul party ,
* : No.
* ; which the rights f r the last twenty- L
to with bu experience James JIXBGentlemen's
or Alabama. .G- thai 1,
I E RockUUders cf the Florida AtUntio tGatf appropriated, and NEW YORK.Xo punishment: Kaow ye
aforesaid a practical Florid*,do hereby Goods
attached as as of
hare eight years of lbs Slate Furnhing
Unlral Kail Road are hereby notinediftfc of n-eHwnption those Xo.2, white-oak himself that be is ful'y! competent to give entire Broome, Governor the apprehen- ,
of logs. for
AaI in lieu white-oak plank of 3300
a the selected ; 1, the REWARD also
iei'tsbeent of five percent upon which lands (thus timber. Xo. satisfaction to tUwe who desire to have their offer suffiewnt to lead which manufactured toorder, and a larje
iC.1411 FUiek of aid Cumuany has been called U, which pre-emption rights bare plank. Xo.3,white-oak promiscuous stock jVo. in a workmanlike manner. ama of aald person, upon evidence and well selected assortment af -
sold and to and rudder watches Ac., repaired
IiIijanot befur the fifteen of July next.O.C with the act entitled "An act grant. 4, white oak keel pieces however to bi.s conrktion..
the which
pf watches
IIr ,
attached as aforesaid, together TN.nursuanefl. sections, to the 6 yellow-pine plank stock logs. Xo.7,yellowpinebeams. All person having good In testimony wnereof, I hare hereunto BOOTS 4: ShOES .
J, oder of Lb. Itr4 sections designated 1 fog public lands, fa alternate and Umber.Xo. well, and are now out of to be afiuedIheSealrftheStasflOfFtond the attaa&atet ytStO
of caused
GIBES section and parts to aid ta: the con- Xv. 8. yelloir-pine mart cpur do not perform set my hand,and to which he would eB a
Alabama, whose
Florida in white well to call on Mr.Grothe, Done
aforesaid and appropriated States of mast timber. Xo-10, pineXolLaah order will do *
b S'7ATreasurerV A.A-O.CK.R. odd numbers as m ta'dfcUU*. approved 9, white-pine generally'
by be held by the ttruction of certain railroad within whil4-oak, board. Xo. 12, terms are "no cure to pay the Capital,in the City of Taltaha*- II.wiUieh11owZreaA, -
shall at
-BepuUica aad Allirator Adyertwer aforesaid) the laao. lying cypress to tender ( sai.) .
fdease as 17th May, 1856, all mahogany No. 13, locust, Mr.G. avails hunselfof this opportunity 13th day of M y, A. D. 1336.JAME3E.BROOME .
cherry, this yor.B
and railroads walnut, .5.1Jwatt3'
7. June 14-id for the use purpose of the following of this .
tide place
; State Alabama, fifteen miles on each and hickory bars. Xo. 13. his sincere thanks to the citizens -
the Und tube branch named in said act, to wit:- V. 14, wlpte-ash oars 16 black the liberal patronjgo hitherto ITorida.
OUKAWAY1f aforesaid: P/oru/edjThat and etircs and heading. Xo. and iU vicinity for Governor ef -
the jottt
be further than John's river, at Jacksonville, to h'te-oak' and he hopes that by a deter .
.No.20. composition
shall in no case From St. hignumeibe. bestowed on hiui Attest:-
located 1 the G
Fla from Xe. emor.Jlay
BEOfQ HT U Jail ia Devil county, so Pensaeola; continuance of B,
the lines of said roads waters of Escambia bay near rpruce. Xu. 21, irou. Xo. 22, spikes, utaation to please he will merit a. F L. VILLEPIGrE,
the Bth inst, a Xegro wan slave, about fifteen miles from of each of Amelia Island, oa the Atlantic, to the waters of aid wpprr nails. No 21, ig .- confidence and patronage. }July 14-1 y Secretary of State. JIJEELY. K. C,
; rt7 T an f age t sajrs hU n me is and selected for and on account Tampa bay, with a branch to Cedar Key, on the nails. Xa 23, lead sineLin. ,-oihL-T( No.S01 28, their : 24-1 nv- _. fnms favont*resort for ImaGO*b sffif TWl*< '1

,and Ulougs to one Archibald Li erittnnty said roads: Provided further, That the Gulf( Mejieo, (except the Tainpa bay port kwonth. Xo.25, hardware.. 29 Xo.27.tton paints canvas. ,Xo. 30, ax 'L _;__ LIVERY. STABLE. A Hare Chance is Offered to a -.1 by many,especially IB the Sprfne ad TTja- :
Li.ii, ClayatUvflle.nte lor and on account with the Cedar Key branch:) flax eaavas.Ko. f so.edat.d HUia a
near VI l&tnArand baa
lands hereby granted of its junction v.l. >A. 4 The proprietor
AlA u ,gUss. Wheelwright.
.- M litUe___ a*U bad a pass ..Id.. roadseverallsnau ue exclusively and from PensaooU,FlorU,to aontgomory, cotton i ee.No.33 brushes. Xo.33, buntingandfrygiid.Xo.3pitcbt&rrosie. subscriber will keep Con Blacksmith and Northern paiUemaa, sail aaviaffisopicraA sTab

'4 tio wrvlUn t>y bliuMlf. Said negro WM of eaid the construction of that road haute, hare,by Instructions from this uffice, been hose. No.34, Jio.3S, THE. on hand a supply of good HOUSES su1iribercffun formIc, hia shape and !. and the House cenerslry,they tats .
iu .
d4 > WMUC thirty nules from JschaoavUe applied of which such lands are suspended from *ale and loeation.-unUl farther oil. Xo.:39, hip-chandlery. Xo.40 BUGGIES to lei. Conveyance furnished to THE 105 feet square eonvenUney situated to these inducements, together wa taairvaitad tf. -.
raii4y Bramch and Mid he was ffAag to for and on account ol 4)rdeTg. tallow,soap, frewood.PUILADELPUU and Horace boarded oy the the depot aad buwnesi generally. Can bo par- forts to please their patnv,will todaoti mmn U I
disposed of. 41 of the country.
ZlsckClscktatsdwt.rk. Jierebr granted, and shall be Given under my head, at the General Land stationery. So. any part month. By moderato with or without tools,on good terms vintAikan-thiaSprms. lfc ateanbm of A s*
week or chased
The. .*'ser *&ewae forward''prr. property only as the work progresses, and the.same tee at Washington, this twenty-third day of May, ,PEXXSYLVAX1A.Xo. single feed and, day personal, attention be hopes to gain a P.LUacon baai-1 Buggy waggon, 1, Cart, is well ta w tar lu pvmest aad drys st tta*

.54 Li., away. other purpose whatsoever TIIOL A.ILNDRICKS. charge Adajut-st, wheel complete, also a lot of waggon aMten to unoMBt oa i .
on *
shall be pplie4 to no 1856. white-oak plank stock longs. Jfo.2, .liberal of patronage. Stable and 4 Pal U would a* 1
? 'Commlaaiooeronsc OW1b
Dj1QaTR That 1. has lots forth aLie a quantity ready mad BILLIARD TABLES )
tJ toy He also ,
? And provided further. AptU7-6ir Xo. 3, white-oak prOullieflal in the west pert of the town. and Boggy iprags :N. B- .
wbic-oakplnk and Timber getters, flM.Il.BIis,
hIl&IT$1C. reserved to the stock loge. Xo. *. and work ruiuW*for Farmers 8 LL0OS seat the -
lands beretolon So.D.yenow-piaop' MM* AMo5t- ,
s.dsU jas5 eall and w
timber low a.
sisal e/whieheao be Vntjbl very saddle Hfinoa eaa WjaecarWTHAI
of or 5o. 8. yetiuw-pme an a _
ov174w I
StateS by .aiiy 7 yellow-piM JAS. A.YAZ33
,: ta t re U Court Pattern Circuit of I1 r- United! by competent au ) kt, timber. 5o- 10, 'rU. Tto. J.o.11, T May 24-tf d.adty. ___ __ .
manner spi.t -
Its Viv&I (' ; la any otLr nremu.Uor whiU-oak boards No 12, ll ekKo. FOB *AL : .
uty.crruoiox of aiding m ash, eypress, SaI. JU Holmes
t&xvzL thority .fur the 'flTP05 aadPAlXTUfG ui&hogley. 13,locust Xo, YALtUii :.
& ) Ass. Attachmen ofhitetiial, for any walnut.dicrry1 and IlcEr7> bars. 5< 18,IIC 100 TaX Street y. TTTTlLL 20 hoss iowsv, aa
*.. V D&agIoooa Bra otject be. ft* d the rmaB.iiUy laiaUi \.wbl-uib oars and sails OF LAXD fa Aiactoaeata.JLUUU sk.ntt3iaiesoIYeI 6 ILr..uLL ( .

II, jt5 P. Stw.' > wor o *5XO. utlicr porpose whatsoever, d1 lJt .THE aaiscriUrUia hits terriocs to the citizens of Jadcum euiuvttx. ..\0 N.20...22 eofflpofcitwn, spikes, nails. copper>o.23,lead, 1 rWi ACRES ty, lying wtfuta to* AKKODOXDG \V low jay Fine wirtswlar Lumber* Lire Oak, aa tcLentb.Pi3nkEeItba.siausmlDws.Apoty CEO.Tr.CAU, a .4

wul all whan Islarastad, TeA saae ire 1erety. "*' branches, an4 solicits aahan No Xo.27,paints,cite, as Section Ten and fractional TIMBER and PRODUCE,m tq TARA.M ilOODT.S t4ftbttt
LX- '1gQTO '-yoV; SS hardware. CHANT, known Swj rJLtN
a In the i tra. thcr -
thIs JK! flte
? line,
.4tfth. rouunea'ezit&d ,
the 01 JAMFS HARKS ESS. Sine south cf Rings M12CUANDIE.iniT4 .
&aII 17 6ttte from operation ; t So.'M fax'eanva Ko.21, cotton Section Three, te Township order for purchasng y T'ILLlA3tiSTR
Llabsiu 4e. to .
; aM so Ac
: $M ; rqz.d cept*o far as it may be found necessary to ofr.rvnnis_ draining, Cronxiof, ; e.31gLiu. V Twenty-one east. -1T r--
p to dij be eatcr- -
iit *lrj'diutnt wU L JOB!: M TOSS -
4p bJdcrIt&t tbeZitZttera3aaidCoa2t. locate the routes of said railroads thrwugt); fl.Gfldrn5h. 2, 3eleaber .. : ? ?. "ijbunlinjan ;Jictsryc, April i-tf .. p. ,
j_ j ditv ., V' -
with aoataeas an .
tie executed %
J. P. AVEESOY, such retried 'land*, in Trhich case t f _,- ; ( _&_..' ,1r

ala.14 .ttt''y ftr JTff.BEC right of ray culy eh&Il Sc gnmtedj: culjectto ApriLSS-lj. -. .. .
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I) M' oryaz J.-JtCCr. from' Cape : LUer,B painted. .on vane, black; hoop toteftlntnal; Jire Mfe |ob IrintingI '@ffitt. WM, GROTHE, I :'Jacksonville. Fla '... .
the gaol
n krag red; shaft and'anewbite. AND "YATCIl ,M,4K11
arranged in -\ork c1nJer1 COMMISSIONER' '
FforVfa t. Eindy Key light-bowes OF
iAI '
Key Insurance Co.OF : DEEDS .
; &
U the reguUz order in whV* they are'passed inpotng L rbc"d ua 1Z '
y te southward 'and "edwar erected Into i, S. 22d ICm i.5s.W, (true); distant 5 910I r-EXXSTLVAXU. ALMANAC1i Jeweller TOR THt $TVrn- _
J conformity tbeact Congress approfvriati I I nautical miles. Dear from Eastern' Sarobo ire bllTg. COUNTING hOUSE MAI2E, .
Fourth and " .Ir.GIX1. .
WLfotiigJjt-boMM, j!I COs E (true distant Corner / ('EtT' DOtm TO'TBBHAS POTOIflCL] MASSACIWSETT3 ,
libt.balbuoI 4 beacon. N, 38m ] ; .rtXSSTLVAMA.Oaapltaa 1,856 Or.TlI
I-, approftfl ilareh'% 1853, \I 8 MO nautical miles. Lat. 24d31in 24s N.Lon.Sld3lmlGs on,band splended amortneat of beanti- RJIOD1 ISLAND,. sonn CAIOt!I

I The iltEowiug day_marts along the Florida -, W. S33OOOO. __ & l end unique JEWELRY of the latest NEW YORK, c.\1tOtl'fJ'
.J Florida to Sand CHARTER PERPETUAL.TNRE A ----i-. 4 .-rs rJr ; styles and fashion,such stt PENSTLVAcLt, ,
from Key lIIS.qISSIP
Reefs Cafe : at '
: a
SAMEO. BUILDINGS Perpetually, MER- i4'l 1 e I at I' .5 1 I .c\ll 'OCAKI> FOB and VEST CUIMZAURIiGS 1t.\RYLAXD, LOrISUNI; _
thc' of thc J. TElN JCACOS. 1C.c'I'f" 0- GOLD 9r
'\ ) ) po8libons 1 VESSELS In 0:1 e tI I' 5. .
) letter A white III s. '1856. I l PING MR-RINGS'', .. .
LscI in making: 5' patantcd on vane, ; hoop Port And their CARGOES, and other Property, l856. oI.c..a j tI ccc 2. -V
I \.. ., ,' ot iron latictork cylinder, black; shaft and fire. -c ;1 0:1 0:1. I I L'I: Z I 'We are ,Mir. prepared .BREAST-PINS. oie-; United States
They are cmpscd houses S. against loss or damage by made 1 I .M I'__ 0 n 1 eli or which will be offered atth. lowest prices !Iall 1 LlaictVccn' ;
._ =
Iron abaft tliirty-rix 'eel high, rd. ners from Geiger's = 0 = = -1 2 3 4 5 1
I Tane 1"2 3 4 5JVLY CASH
at for
i dis- 21s E. {true] distant about 4 1-2 'DIRECTOFSJohn : JA'v. 6 7 S 9 10 11 12 te ex trtt*, nil lI'ammted SavannahSEMIWEEKLY.
iron screw foundations, extensive 6 ,7 a 9 10 11 12 IWATC ,Ac., Trpelse4 und F10
; van upon vrhich! orvo ofit nautical: mi'cs Bears from Soth Saddle Hills, I P. Rutherford, Robert Klolz, arrange. 13i41516171819 13 14 15 16\11 I 19 Mr. 0 with K,nperie ce for the last twenty-
tinguislwd. Ube sj'piiab'et is pain led and S, 13d 13m Ols W. [true] ; distant 5 nautical Philo C.Scdgwick, Alonto A. Carrier, tncnts forthoexoenU 21 Z 23:4 l5 26 20:212223242526: the- loortecf M a practical WATCHMAKER, Bat i'
Rutherford 31
John 15. 29 30 -
l 4 I miles. Lat 24I1 23m 32s \V.EAXD Albert J.Oillett, I 29393Q31-- U competent to give entire t
fl. t abeeilsJattic.wurIIioop iio c;Imder Alvan \TiIkifiS, Samuel Jones. tionofeTcrydescrip-. -I--1 1 2 ArG'T. - I 2 all kinds of- ters satisfaction himself that to he those ful'y who desire to have their .

or KET LcnT-nonr. Samuel T. Jones, 345 6 ; 8.9 TilE STEAMERS:
3456789: in workmanlike manner.
1 I 1 V brrll re colors ( Mte," black, and r) are An iron pile structure 121 feet high, painted : JOHN' P. RUrilERFORD, President.A. ion of I 10,11 12 13 14 15 16, l01l 12 13 1-1 15 23 16 Pamphlets' watches All person&er*repaired I&ViUg good a tratcUes. wich! ;Sow- ;

; t I. t1sIn aintinp;cadi signal to themr dark color,cm-mounted by a lantern J. GILLETT MORAN Secretary. General Agent.J. 17l8 19 :0 21 2'l 23 I 11118 26 tO,20 27 21 2S 22 29t3U net, Jo not perform wen, and are now ot ,of St. .Johns:
I t 24
KB to tho eye of the t iner a painted Jack80nrillt, Flo.INFERENCES Job Printing :242526 21 2S :9 1 31123'4 law DlanblA.n' order, wilt dO'well i& call on Mr. Grotbe, whoso
t : dtiUn II. McRORT, gent, - OPT. ,
JAS. *
aro so combined that no two is 1-4 nautical miles 6 terms are "JIt' to pay PUEEBon
i. t:f poss'iMc light-house AT JACKSONVILLE: 5 6 7 1.1 SEr'TI_ 2 4 j nnsIuessCardiVIsltlBf bimsulf(this cyjwrtnmty to tender ., ,.
adjacent: day marks have the tame colors ''in sontlciJy direction from the Key Col. J. S. Sammis, 1 Capt. Charles Willey Th..u".n0.0'11' 12 13 14 78 9 \0 11 12 13 Mr.O. avail citizens of this place V&Welaka.
I I 24d 27m OOs .5 N. Col. John BrowarJ, \ Sam'l N. William, EsqGui. 22't'! 16 11 18 19 20wishing bi.sincere thanks to the
parts. 19 20 21
tpon lk their Wet light-house.( Lt Timanua. j [March 7-tfj] Printing 16 12)l5) 'ZlI22\23\ 2-1 25 26 27 C rd., and its vicinity for the liberal patronage
asccrtlon Henry :
: Mater of vessels may Lon. 81d 52m 43s 2G 27 25 bestowed on him, and bar hopes that by a Ueter-
0 i'r f latitude of with loIcraWe{ certainty beaconsvcre erected un.der 'JOIl; ..j-2lj be will merit a C'JItiua1ll'e of ,
; longitude of The foregoing NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.OFFICE : done is particularlyinvited 1 2\ 3 4 Ocr'n. 1- I 4 Circulars, tnination to pleas U-Iy IAPT. .IUXCt
cobra j July
by examining closely]" the the of Lieutenant Att St \ 9110 11 their confidence anil patronage.
superintendence 7 8
j OF STATE 6 7 8 9 10 11112 TI11 s.tY/tcNAu
!Iy !, the bcacous as they are approached, and if James Tottcn, U. S. Army, .ssistant U. BCEXA VISTA, Orate MILL POST Or'icr, to this office I.13 14 15 16 1. 11 i : 1121131 14 15 16t 17 lL Hand DIHi, Georgia Millitary Institute, 'iv E. Y., every 'TIESDAT fl r

t: the kltcr I painted on the vane is distinguishcdj S. Coast Survey. The St. Johns River, }'Ia. August 20, 1855. 202i2223232512fiTerm ,, 9120 21 1,22123.2-t, 25 bAY mnrni.jtI,' at 10 'o'eloek. alld 111II un)

.1111 there can lie no mistake in the determining lions of these beacons, and their bearingsand PROPOSALS will be received at this Invariably ..27 -I- 30 -I' 2G2728 ) 1kI1 m 1-31 -I Show Bills, 4fli every )10XD\Y and TUrr.sDA.Y'rr'ITU.

their distances from the adjacent object, SEALED 1856, for J 2j 3OT'n., SAil, at IOo"e1ock IU_
of August,
the 20th day \ S .
psitions. & ,
the most 'C.lShI.-y bTI---- 2 3 4 ings ,both .
placed on of ; Dills oo.acUu& way .
furnished by the Superintendent with its appendages GEO.
: were constructing a Canal ( necessary 9110 15 MARIETTA,
Tu..sayluark 1-1
{ points of the the Coast Lift Loik Guard Locks, BainAc.) 11 12,13, .1..1..1 1 '\1118 Zl is divided lyiIl"'ftJT1tlda111C
.. Survey. such us { Academic ant
I from four Johns River, to In- Orden from the 18 1920 21 DIlli of Fare, fPIIE year as 3 oci
in the PL \ \
Florida reef, and arc general By order of the Light-house Board: from Lake Ilarney, on 2 28 29.30'31' 23 124 25 29 months each. The Tf1uff UoM ha'e Lee.
\ I to six miles from the outside (seaward) THORNTON A JENKINS; dian River distance of thirtccil 'I1i1e,3,410feet f the State, Countr1"lllbe J'isc I 26121 3,4 i 5 61 7 'Ol8 -I- JL into two sessions of fire on the 20th of February Route, and batinglft"rYa"'hfry I.lIl1t." **
) and within autborizo.lbytho General Assembly ( \ ,' I 2 3 4 5 6 Labels Tenth Session commences '
of the }'lorhbC's. 1213l4 DEc'n. eommodation *
rhores Secretary. (' fltrerulltftuTI'fi'! S??
of the edge of of}Florida at its session of 1854-55, by .in \ 2021! 78\i 9 1011 i2i3l4l5 next, and ends on*the 19th Jnly. Claise n1it and other nW .
16\1111819 fSSBISCEE
lilf mile in case. promptlyexecuted. into lour College Forfunfc,
t a every Treasury Department, "entitled an Act to provide for and encourage a \\15 [ 16 17 18 19.20 .c., Ar. The Cadets are divided of .
i tho gulf steam.Tho Office Light-house Board, January 10, 18.( liberal sjgtcm of Internal Improvement in this 122123124125; 291 23 24 2 2627 *. The Annual Commencement takes place on I pair. .
depth of water where these signals J'oC.F.Itocno. 28,20.30i3i.Leighou Wednesday before the 20th of July. CAXOVA.Thesei .
J State. ._ __ .. .- --p
p ,!;:; eland docs-no-t exceed four feet at low tide, LET US REASON TOGETHER.HOLLOWAY'S Proposals will rpccify the amount for which the =:- -- Arrnr.Mic STAFF. J. O. A"nb.l ,,. .
in case and just outside of them to theeastward work will be done, the mode and manner in which Col. A.V. mWM Y. A. :\..' DEVALL., A t pisti4..I..rCLAGflO.
i any are to be rnnjc, whether in land or money and Prof of Mathemntxe .t.CtN
in the stream it of un payment Superintendent GDU.
t i or portion of each. and Natural Philosophy. '4geDt S&Y'-1
'' I. know depths. Mann, Profiles and Estimate can be Men at ".. R. MtCONXEI.UCommawlant Boats connect both "?, .UK .lie
'. These day ,marks may be approachedfrom this officf, and information obtained by addressing Capt. TIIOS. Stage, between Jacksonville *
: any : and Prof. Engineering. .i'S 'V
i' seaward within a feW hundred yards, the nn.lersigned at "Orange Mill Post Office, of Cadets ,alka, OeaU si>4 Tampa Bar. .
l ) Mr. Y. I u. MAKGET, between Savannah and New TOik
and Johns River, Fla. i't..j
.. but it would always be prudent particular bad St. will be weired for constructing a Prof of French and History. aDd Charleston. mhi ( .
winds or in. Proposals JaI17..fl
with light ,
very Railroad over the game __ Mr. W. II. HUNT. A. M. -- ----------- -
: to give them a good berth. ground.F.. I,. DAXCY, Prof.of Chemistry and English Literature. ---

I In moderate weather often happens, especially aug23-ly State Engineer, State of Florida & Russell !i Mr. J. U. GOODWIN' lnbtpcnbtnt 'int

.t t" ) after easterly pales, that the for ___ Professor of Drawing. ,
1 j v and direction of the gull stream sets across PILLS. "IIIUJ\lII.I AUGuSTINE* HOIMRTV 1'cu SAM 'I"1 II Capt. n. S. CAMP, INLAND ROUTE T SAVDlm.

.. then vessels are imperccpti- SASH BLIND of Mathematics.
i' the reefs, and THAT FINE RESIDENCE ophite the : AtgU't Professor
Bly carried amid its dangr although the .MAGNOLIA HOUSE. Also that valuable .ND' A. CONNELL, M. 1). Sllr ion. rai'' .h THE NEXT ANDCO3IMODIOL's

.' t'. course steered shoul mae good, carry WHY 4t1iiE. SICK ? HufKL property known as the FLORIDA The Institution is under the direction and management .

: them outside HOUSE. For terms apply I of a Board of Tru"tecl. in conjunctionwith STKAME11

When the master of; vessel finds one ., It lias been the lot of the human race to be toA.. II. COLE, DOOR MANUFACTURERS a Doard of Visitors appointed by the Governor THOS. G. HAIGHT
t eastward of him weighed down by disease and suffering. IIOLLOWAY' august 18-tf Orange Mills, Fla. of the 8 ate. .
to the has ,
ef these beacons PILLS fpociiHy adapted to the By *n act of the Lcgislatnre, the Institute CAPT. V. :. W. JLtRKM.tN
.::1 rie may be sure that be is between. the relief of the WEAK,are the NERVOUS, tbe DELI- FillEt i/lUE iI11II11 subscribers beg leave respect fully to inform the citizens of been furnished with 140 Cadet Muskets and Accoutrement. UTILL lean \T',Jab 't1) ,

!, reefs and the keys, and consequently) sur- GATE t and the IXFRM all climes, agcs.scx THE SUnSCnI ER'S OLtjt4Tt.i' THE and surrounding country, that they have a largo establishment i Charleston, S.C .', and a Field Cattery anti, two consulting twelve-of %I V at 8l1'eklt\ for J'I"'lI..It,Dltta.flt yia ,.lalk.

lounded by shoals and dangerous roks. os, and cn.tit Holloway personally ; ; STAND ha\'ingbccn entirely destroyed with facility that such establishment can profitably work, for the manufacture of (car nis-pvnmler brass pieces Piio1ata Jacksonville, tearing kEMrth
I WHITE. manufacture of his medicines'in by fire, ho has removed to 142 Mccting-f every pounder Howitzer Monday morning at 2 clclock.31.-
i tirE FLORIDA UCHT-HOUSE-TOWF.R tuprintend Cnied( tates and offers them t frco and corner of Went worth, the stand formerly occupied Sashes Blinds and Door Tb Superintendent and Commandant are :n. leaves Savannah every Friday at 1 uilkJL."It
1 On south point of Key Biscayne, off the enlightened people, as the best remedy the world by W. J.GAYER, where he continues his buMness I dunks of West Point, and a* the Institute bo "u upon This Boat invariably tale,the Inul Psssg

southeast point of Florida. Lat. 23d 39m Toer saw for the removal of disease. in nil its branches. lie bason hand a large assortment of at the shortest notice. the We t Point plan, the public may assur- and draws but 3 1-2 feet water when b Ji
VEHICLES of all desertion, of size and all descriptions, also MOULDINGS any pattern, ed that its government, discipline and course
every I M.
Zs w. of first class LAFF'TEAr,
durability *
.S65 N. m for AjtSsi'g
be worth cent.
Ln 80 I LEI01ION .t RUSSELL guarantee their work to one per more enforced. ,
built be strictly
THE BLOOD choice FAMILY CARRIAGES expressly studies will HAETWIiGE
TILLS PURIFY some work be TIMASr-V
THESE markeL Price current luts of our oan
sold in this
made work
\ ROCKS ho than the Northern TERMS.
FOWEY all of ,
ECON. conbiucd for his Country Cimtoiners, March I-Iy
:* Letter T, painted red, on the vane ; hoop These on famous tbe stomach Pills: are the exprcsdy liver, the kidneys, t will SELL CHEAP IOR CASH or City accep- seen on boon the Steamer Carolina. Give us a trial March 29WATOIIJSJEWEL11JY Tuition Board, Washing Fuel, Light,Hire of .4gent.JaekaesIlh.-.

p ,'iron lattice-work cylinder, white; shaft n1rae the!ki and tho bowels,correcting any derangement ance. LEONARD CHAPIN. ', Musician and all other_ contingent.Ati.t expenses and black. Bears from }'Iorida functions, purifying the blood I'y: Orders promptly faiUtfally filed. session( five months in advance, 511- w.Surgeon's PHILADELPHIA, NEW 70BI 4C.

I j'l(: vane S, 35d 41m 55s K:,Cap); dis- the very fountain of life, and thus curing disease Charleston C., Nov. 18-6m SILVER WARE desiring fee, per further annum information, $:. <5n obtaina Savannah Charleston Steaaanlp Lines

'I ; t.. '.ligh-hous- .-- ..!--,--' mi _. Bears from Soltani in all its DYSPEPSIA forms. ANT) LIVERCOMPLAINTS. S. & E. \. Gilbert, cory Persons of the T.egulationa" by adilrewin the CABIN PASSAGE$20STEIIlACIfS.
'. 1,t diet Key, S, 89d 58m ICs E, (true); distant A'7)t.MANFACTfl1ERS and DEA Superintendent AXDREW HAXSELL The well-known first class Steamship .

;, .' 3 1.2 nautical miles. 1.Lt 25d 35m Nearly half the human raoe have taken these : LEnS in all descriptions of CAR- ___tee 15. lS5S-3ra Secretary. KEYSTONE ST.tTE,

!3s. N. Lou. SOd 05tu 51s W. Pills. It has been proved in all parts of the world RIAOES, at 1\os.35 and CharlestonOur 40 Wentuorlh Fancy Goods. iXCLlII; AM CI.ASSIC.tLSCHOOL. CJ1PT. R. HAIDIC,
t Street and No. 7 Hayne Street,
has been found equal them in cases ,
DEACON. that nothing
j:. 'nutrJ REEF t is extensive one, and purchasers STATK OK (GEORGIA
.. \ of disorders of the liver,dj popsia, and stomach an .
; 0 painted blatk, -on the vane; requested to call on us, as we can
Letter healthy pectfully
complaints generaly. They soon give a arc and GEORGE'FLAGG .:\'. J. /. CARTIf! ,
'. hoop iron lattice-work cylinder, red ; shaft tone of thise organ, however deranged, and offer great inducements in style and prices; ,
Elliott's articles bought at our establishment are warranted Wm hereafter form a WEEKLY LIXB U rHtt.ADELP1IIA .
white. from other have failed any
.J: and vane, ear and when all means &-tf .
... : Key, No. 1, S, 82d 30m 2Cs E. (true) ; distant GENERAL DE U'Y. ILL HEALTH. in every respect. July Jgtols.sorL-\rin Egtsrt lozrldow"WOULD TTIIR undersigned would respectfully inform ternately, from, sailing S.\\.EVERY AXSA1t SATCRDIT and CIIIUZS.II-

3 1-2 nautical miles. Dears from Sol Many of the( mot despotic Governments have SKA ISLAND COTTON GINS respectfully inform the citizens oHMs place and surrounding country, that :X: the citizens of Jacksonville and TOX as follows:

p.4." dicr Key S, 31d 04m 14s E, (true) ; dis- opened their Houses te will re-open his The Keystone State will sail from 5Tiauk,
'". ** 7 1-4 nautical miles. Lat. 25d 28m these Pilfe, that they may bccom me icnlS inform the Planters of LOSO STAPLE School for the instruction of youth in all the branches following S&turda\pril 12th ami 2Cla Jbt
tnt. N. Lon. 80d OCca 50s W. of the masoea Learned Colegeskdulit tbat COTTON, that he has rebuilt FACTORY\, and SUMERS' BLOCK of a thorough English and Classical education, 10th and 24th,June 7th and 21it Ltara{tU.adelphia .

." ., medicine is the best where tho has per is now ready to fill orders in his line without delayat with a large and well Rltectctlstock of on Tuesday, first day of January next- Thankful the alternate Sntordajs.
LONG REEF BEACOX. suns delicate health, or system bin, usual prices. for the very liberal patronage bestowed on his The State of Georgia will sail 1 rem Cliri..

: letter X, painted white, on tho rane ; I ben impaired, a itsii \'igorating properties ne\'e Planters wanting GINS, <--Gn: repaired, extra Whf E t JJ.aWEP AiU'FAN :r Ul b1fts W efforts during the short time he has been engagedas the following Saturdays-April Sih sxi !,

lattice-work cylinder black; to afford relief. Boxes and Brushes, will apply to the following a teacher in this community,he hopes by strict I May 3d, 17th, and 3 lit, June limb nJ 3tk-
t hoop iron FEMALE COMPLAINTS.No the subscriber at this place : business and the exertion of every effort -
from Elliott's 'I Agents, or Y GOODS, attention to Leaving Philadelphia the alteraatt Sal srdaya
shaft and vane. \ n.ri Female, young cr oM, should be without AGENTS.BISBEE for the moral and intellectual advancement of In strength, speed and aceoanwdatiMi.OM
Key No. l.S,52d E, (true) ; distant thin celebrated medicine It correct and regulates & CANOVA, Jacksonville, Flo. to which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the his pupils, to merit a continuance of the same. Ref I ship are fully equal to any running OA tU sauL

3 34'nautical miles. Bears from the monthly courses at period*, acting in S. L. NIBLACK, Alligator, }' New* York Manufacturers, I am prepared to.offer my customers inducements, both as erence .i made with the- utmost confidence to those Inland navigation 100 miles on Dtlaim tint

*I Soldier Key. S, 13d 53m 51s E, 'true); many cases like a charm. It is also tho best and I JOHN B. SPENCER, White Springs,FU. regards 8t\lc. and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. whose patronage he has hitherto enjoyed, and be and Ray; two nights at sea.
:' 1 digtar 18 8-10 nautical miles. Lat. 25d20m safest medicine that cnn be given to children of nil I). C. ACOSTA 1 CO, Centre*'illagc, Geo. Among my assortment may be foundVATCIIES hope to bo able, during the nut year, to establish Agents at PLiU.lel.bia, hERON t MAKTCT

.: SOd 07m 21s W. ages, and for any compliant; cousequentlynofam. THOMAS HILLEARI), do. do. ,on a firm and permanent basis, a school,that Agent at Savannah, C A. G1tE1ELAgents .
45s N. Ln. ily should l>c without it.1Iol1uway'aj'iI1t. COOPER A GELLELAND, Savannah, Goo. \ BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do, NAPKIN will, in point thorough instruction t discipline, at Charleston, T. S.t T.O.BCDD.
I A:, : .JJ XEEF BEICOX. are the best remedy CHAS. IL. CA I1'FIELD, do. do. RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETT:?, &c., Ac. be second to none in the State; and M the object April : ISjIi tpl23iaittaguolia
nYTnl WOOD, Bcanford, S. C. FINE GOLD PATENT LEVERS, (ful1jewe1e.l,) hand and made to order from one,he respectfully I
,'. *Letter M red,on the tane ;hoop known in vorldfor tiLe Jot- Capt. B.R. II Constantly on pure is to make the school a permanent
ct I painted A 1IEYWARD, 'I DETACHED of those interested
Diseases SCOTT, DEBEAUX coin, and warranted ask the aid and co-operation
.. Iron cylinder, white ; shaft lowing : Charlc.ton, S. C. .m II LAPINES, in the cause of education, in effecting so desirable ; ijoustSr.
.. AM and ,black. Dears from Elliott's Key Asthma Headaches S. L. BURNS' (with A without hunting enacts) CUTLERY an object and benefit to the community.Regularity .

.. '' No. 2 S, 79d 35m 43s E, (true) ; distant Dowel Complaints Influenza Indigestion July -m St. Marys, Gco. SILVER PATENT LEVERS" From the celebrated Manufactory of Geo. Wosten. in attendance being essentially ne- .AnlrSTI,E.F.. ,
""i 3 nautical miles Bears from Elliott Inflammation do. do. holm & Son, con!iting of necessary to the proper advancement of the pupil been
has I
E:, (true); Colds Diseases Inward Weakness Seeds Seeds Seeds III LAPINES, which will bo warranted POCKET I11SCISSORS, SIIE.tFIlood in his studies, no deduction will be made for lost This establishment
; sKeyNo.IfS,2005s Client makers, .
.' 25d 24m Costiveness Liver Comjilaii.tiDyrpcpvia TUST received a choice sUPIly of Garden Seeds, From good RAZORS. Ac time, except in cases of protracted illnew.Tho build.ingMr.Swart's ; } renovated,daricg. th' putiu- ;
i : time keepers. will Lv continued in the same sad is* e
*": uliness of J the Last and warranted good. school mer-painted throughout,cle.neoJole.
r.i N. Lon. 80'd 07m MsV.. Lptt all of Crop,
\ ..01 BEACON.A. Piles Beans in variety, Beets do, Cabbage do, Carrotdo JEWELHY.Conswsins FANCY GOOD Khool-room,) opposite BiJgs.tCo. ready forFAMILIES -

;' PACIFIC. RFEF Llropsy Stone and Grael s Cauliflower do, Celery, II Corn in variety, of Such as CORALS, PORTE MONIES, ACCOR .. Foundry.TermsFour. and ten dollars INVALIDS, ..TRANSIE3TDO.tRDERS

.:1. .,. LcUer, K, paintod black, on the Tane; Debility Secondary Symplon Cucumbers do, Egg Plant Leek, Tomote in vane GOLD GUARDS, FOR AND VEST CHAtDIOX8, PERFUMERY, LU lN5' AND sIx, per quarter. &-

,.1 loop iron l lattice-wotk cylinder, red ; shaft Fever and Aguo Venereal Affections ty, Lettuce in variety, Mcllons do, Onion Seedsdo CHATELAINS, LOCKETS, BRACELETS, OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, tTuItion payable mc.ulhly.W..T. C.KE.JadlOnvUle For the future Mr.Thompson a lady ftoN- I

.. and vane white. Boars from Old Rhodes Female Complaints Worms' of nil kinds Mustard Seed, Okra, Parscly, Parsnips, |l'eas PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS SEALS, PAPIER-3UClIEE..JEWEL CADIAMON Dcc.22.1, 1S33. sing every qualification and the adrantst (lMC I

#,' t Key. T 7Cd 29m E (true,) distant 5 ...Soli at the Manufactories of Professor in variety, Radish do, Pepper, Spinach, Squash in RINGS, REGARD Do. SES ROSEWOOD WORK experience, will have tie superintendaace.' TW :
l Maiden Lane New-York, and 244 do Aromcntic and Sweet Herbs SLEEVE solicits continuance of paIt rA''.
q r rnilrs Bears from JlOLLOU80 variety. Turnips GOLD THIMBLES, EOXES, PORTABLEWRITIFG Association subscriber a I
1-2 nautical Art Hk
t I Elot'l $Strand London, and by all retpcttablo Druggists do, Flower Seeds do, AND COLLOR BUTTONS, DESKS, Cosmopolitan tier the present management,every exertwa,
_ *Key, No. 1, S,15d48m 15s E, (te) ; and Dealer of Medicines throughout tho United At Apothecary Hall, STun, CUFF PINS, RETICULES, FANS,. COMBS, the assistance of the present hostess,will W MS
--. I. : M-lant &4-10 nautical inik-s. 1.n. J 22ra States, and the ch'l1ize.lworltl; in bon, at 2; Maith, 22-3t Jacksonville, Fin.GENERAL BROOChES, EAR RINGS, BRUSHES, THER SECOND TEAK. t o give general sat folCtioD. The buiue is fainly -

.* : 30s N. Lon. 80d 08m SOs W. cents, C2 1-2 cents, and, $1 each. GOLD SPECTACLES, EYE OLASM031ETERS, CHILDREN RRANGEMEXTS for the Second Annual Col- > situate,the
_ .TURTLE REEF BEACON |J "Thcr< is a considerable saving by takingthe BROKERAGE. SES, PLAIN AND SETT RINGNS. TOYS TEA BELTS, XV lection ot this new and popular Iiwtntion Rooms Airy, Clean anil Xcatneetfurniihed ilMlf

-_ ". larger sires.X. undersigned is now prepared to serve the CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS Jtc. Together with various other articles too numerous for the diffusion of Literature and Art, have been hantl omtl/. Nothin
(. ; Letter K painted white on the vane ; Directions for the guidcncc of patients in I THE extensive scale.
U. at large in his line of business. SILVERrRE. to mention.COMPRISING made on the most wanting, .
I 41" ;; .loop iron latice-work black; shaft and every diloder are affixed to each Box. lie will attend to the sale of Negroes, Land, or DESSERTFORKS.TABLE N. K.-CLOCKS,"WATCHES, and JEWELRY, Among the works already engaged, is the far- Being entirely built of wood,which rLn.lkr'It fm

: Tane. red. : : Ol Hhodcs KeySr22d20m47s H. P.Tashlonaljlc. MARCHER, any other effects placed in his charge. Letters DINING AND SPOONS thoroughly repaired and irari anted, at the shortSUGAR famed From dampneid. The rooms connected by FaMat
'. E, (t1Ue) distant 4 4-10 addressed for information, will be promptly replied DESSERT AND TEA tt notice. t T TERUfJ! CASH. ,[oct28-ly "GENOA CIlUSI FIN, Doors, with Fireplaces, and Kinds to w\"
1. SC001'S MUSTARD Do.
-- I p. poutical miles. Ikars from Caesar's creek Boot Maker, to. His general acquaintance in this State. SALT AND which originally cost Ten Thousand Dllart. to the I' J a aora) SWcpcninglhrough

I. .J ,. SJ GdiISm 07s west, (true); distant NEWNAN STREET and others, render it unnecessary to append re In fornvng the new Collection, the diffusion of lightful promenade of 300 feet, sod potash 0*
"I "ro.bnk ) miles. Lat. 25d Him( N. ferenccs. BENJAMIN HOPKINS, I Apo"th..ccarv-.n.nit works of American Art, and the encouragementof house from rain, cold winds,Ac, sad f naf s 4V
i nauticl 52 t.rwo noons FRO FOns"TtIST'la.c'komille Jacksonville, Sept. 22th, 1855lf.WANTED. Jem Jacksonville Foundry M I American genius, have not been overlooked. lightful UETKC from confinement at .11 IM*" ;
Lon, SOd 12ni 24s W. Florida. have been issued to of tho situated m a tetdJIIpoeition
East Commissions many House is
_ I. I1- it 01 the year.
Tea Depository: distinguished AmenicanArtists,who will con- and retired froabouses. itbr
most the South
; cianroRT REEF LIGJT-UOUSE lIE subscriber respectfully announce to his ,facing ,
r j B iron pile light-house tower and kecp- T former patrons and, the Public generally, that or Two Hundred Negroes to work on the MACHINE WORKS. Itemorcd to the New Store In Holmes tribute some of their finest Busts productions.executed Among the It contains 45 rooms, and cannot coavemtm"W aipaxed. -
t Marble by
.' three
; _* :,, quarter, dark color. On Carysfort he has taken the store formerly occupied by J. W. aXE : Hail-Hood. for whom the highest ; Subscribers, having made sxtcn i ive and Building, opposite Dr. Haldvrln's them are Sculpture-lliram Powers: in general, and for accommodation -.
; ;;ei the ;;; of the; :stream and PRICK where ho is prepared to make LOOTS and wages will bo paid.: Apply l to I TIlE Improvements in their establishment Office Jacksonville. greatest living the alec,;-'.
S ; ", ; ;1. I' s1ea edge [ rlf Lat., 25d SHOES cf the finest finish and style, and equal, if Sept JOSEPH FINIQAX, Jacksonville, are now prepared to furn!h- "ITfllERE is kcptconstanUy on hand alarge and GEORGE WASHINGTON, V.S.-My object in advertising this HOIIIII,w Ib
,to the eastward of Key offered to the I V{ selected assortment of of his make known to friend that
heretofore well my
.rg1 not superior to any pub or A. U.COLE, Orange lills. Steam Engines, of any required power, from The Father Country; nt."
S t.' .;; ..13m 15 N. Lon. 80d "W. lie. I to 100 horses; DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, BENJAMIN FUANKL1N, :. future will give satisfaction. X.uhicitatrisL'B.a*,reprw

.t Etcow nEACO.-BLZilding.( ) He flatters himclflat the general satisfaction Saw Mills; Always received by the latest arrivals warranted The Philosopher ; I. charge. will be made. .E. CA3J.
; : ''iIr TiE he has given heretofore, will cutillo him to the s1orc Sugar Mills; fresh and genuine. Also DANIEL WEBSTER
;t.I' A[ "Letter I, painted red, on the vane; bop 1 patronage of Ibopo who wish a well fitting Boot, Horse Powers; Perfumery, Combs, Brushes Soaps, The Statesman.A Augustine, Dec. I-3ia_ _-
I iron lattice-work white shaft made of the LOft materials lIe will endeavorto 3IAYSTIIEET1Next Grist Mills, '
; out
cylinder Lamps, Hunting l'luld"e.., 'recialllgcnt has visited Europe and made careful Harness Depositor/,
., 1 1: .and> Tne black. Bears from Grecian give satisfaction to all who may favor LUa with ( door to Heed's Brick Building) and all other machinery used in this country. which will be sold low for cah. and judicious selections of foreign works of Art Cariagc & ,

"f N, COd 43tn 40s 12, (true) ; a call. has in Iron and Brass Castings.fp" attended both in Bronze and Maibje; Statuary and Choice nors,
Subscriber now Conntry orders solicited and punctually TUE.rnrr
bas hand of Boots, and and other : z;
lIe on a large supply Steamboat Saw Mill, repairing .
:1 :distant 2 4-10 nautical miles. from TilE and Taintingii. Cometf
Hear to. with care South-TVest
Physicians' prescriptions put
hich he will rail at direct from up
Ladies and Children
and is constantly receiving
short notice. and collection
at -
S. 29d 29m The whole forming a largo "oaluablo fru1'
I ( I : :- t'aryefort ] low prices. New York, a full and well selected assortment of J57 All inatkincjy purchased from us will be despatch. of Paintings and Statuary to be_distributed MEETING awl WESTWOSTHCharleston ..
; 35s W (true) nauticalmiles. done at low nnd at short the State" TEAS. ,S. CCARRIAGES -.
., .ie. ; Wlwpairing prices- in operation in any part of bycompetent of the Association for
members iL.1tcnt
READY MADE CLOTHING, put for the New' York Pekia Tea TREE among .It
: descni
.. 32s N. Lon. SOd 15m notice. July 21-y! machinists, when desired, and upon of every
( ut 2 0 AND Teaof direct importation, and of 34 varieties,froma the Second. Year. In hand, And nmrtkl. lOW '
40s I terms. prices always
{ 1 AGliXTS WANT121), Goods reasonable 1-4 to 1 Ib. in a packaeall warranted and at Terms oOIembenhlp* in the fullest teSM.juiy8tf .
Gentlemen's Furnishing and Estimates fnrnismed, without such as can be
.H j Jf.r' GRECIAN SHOALS. BEACON. To tell by tnbscription, a Complete History of the Drawings MOONEY i GOOKIX, extremely low prices.f.'Country .. The payment of three dollars constitutes any f.n. .1TB

.. .Letter H; on vane painted black hoop RUSSIAN WAR, which are manufactured to order, and also a large charge.8-tf Founders and Machinists. Dealers supplied by order- one a member this Association,and entitles him .
'? .f iron lattice-work cylinder red shaft and and well selected assortment of July Ing accompanied with Cash. to either one of'the following Magaiinei for ona Dental Notice.W.SBOSTWICK
., ; Now One ol.octavo would reSD5cttWly
Ready. \ the .
r BOOTS & GARDEN FLOWER SEEDS PLANTS Lc. year,and also 'a ticket in the distribution of ib
Taa*. white. Bean from Sound I'oint, S, FOUNDRY IRON WORKS. citsxensof Jacksonvai SBd r
Illustrated with
Engraving and inform the
D 4M 58m E, (true); distant 3-10 nau- which he would call the attention of the publicgenerally. K. W BIGGS Co. J also always kept on hand. Statuary Painting issued to subscribers consists of that having an office in the" PJJT'
21 Including a Urge colored Map of the scat of War. A% july 8-tI T. MCMILLAN. The Literature nity, ,
.*. iictJ LaU .25d 07m 2 N. Lon. Also, a beautiful Chart, drawn by an Artist He will sell low for cash, \ JV'bmuillt, Fla. the following Monthly Magazines Harper, Put- Gallery, on Forsyth ,treet,1vil15ttSD4achos ** ,.
i. : $Od1Tm7sW. eight months la the Crimea. Nov.8 M. MVNTERCIWatt3' \ RE now prepared to execute promptly orders and Estab- nam's, Kickerbocker, Blaekwood's, Graham's, of DENTISTRY, in the moat ajpw' :

J :; ;.. Rtr.r nEico5.a G a complete and reliable History of the Jtfor Steam Engines', Saw Mills Sugar MillsiiorsorowcnsIron I Dying Renovating Oo.ley's Lad,'*Cook, and Household "Words. careful manner.I3TIferves" :
IBENC BEt and Pans, Grist Mills, and lishment. Persona taking five memberships are entitled to of achin: teeth de
its ..2t t
War from its commencement to close.-
I letter G on vane painted white; hoop All the accounts Wing from witnesses andpnrtitnpanta ) s fjotcl, Brass Castings and every variety of Machinery. I any five of the Magazines for one year, c and to pain ------------ ;,
'"lattice-work cylinder, black; shaft and vane in the scenes described.eye Persons sending Casting, Forging and D1adUmithfork, Saw Mill, 73 York street, rear of the Court ITonse., I lix_ticket in the distribution.; THEliTUBT t
from Lower Sound Point S. AIKEX S. C. Steamboat, and other repairing.: SAVANNAH. GEO. The net proceeds derived from the sale of membership -
-*- $2.00 will receive a sample and morocco -
red 3 D. K, (true) ; distat 5 n.utic1mile. bound gilt subscription book, copy postage prepaidby favorite resort for Invalids is still visited They will continue the manufacture and keepconstantly [Established hs32.J ,'are devoted to the' purchase of work of : : TffUMI
THIS in the and Win- on hand, their variety of Plows, SUBSCRIBER greatfnl to his Patrons Art for the ensuing year.
Point S ourselves, with a Letter containing full partio- many, especially Spring
Bears trm" Wile, IO Chains ic to which they respectfully in] TIlE The Advantages Securedby of TrattlJ
Carts ,
alan of tho terms with agcpts,which are very lib proprietor has associated with him a friends for their continued favors,would for the aeeommod2tiOD
I 20m 07s E, (tree) ;; distant eral. Having Men in' the publishing business InKew Northern gentleman, and baring improved the rite oatronage. July 8iyTUSTICE'S Mtte,that he is now prepared to Clean, or Dye all becoming member of this Association are- now particularly open In1'alidla who will a healtl:

U nika. Lat. 25d 02m DCs N. Lou.80d 21m Haven the cast 15 yean, toe moet satisfactory Table and the House generally, they trust that colors on Silk and c Woolen Dresses, Shawls, Ac., lit. All persons receive the full value qf theirrubtcripiiont the comforts that this country alfordin T

ill ->05* W. reference wiU always be given when desired. these inducements, together with their united efforts COURT I/OR JACKSONJ which he trusts will generally please all,who may at the start, in the shape of sterling will be famished with the eho etd \ .

PICKLEs REEF ELCOP.I Address II.MANSFIELD, Publisher, to please their patrons, will induce mu.nyto VILLE DISTRICT will, in future,be h'eldon favor him with their patronage. Ladies' white Magazine Literature.2d. season, whilst unremitting attention "milt. :
I hfr *** F i may 3 134 York street, New hEaven, Conn. visit Aikcn this Spring. The atmosphere of Aikenis the first Mondays i instead* of the third Mondaysof Crape Shawls, cleaned and bleached in the very Each member is contributing towards purchasing to please, that success mibk crow!_1.trd.
Letter painted on vane, red ; hoop so well known for its pureness and dryness, that each and every month. Those interested- ,will best manner, or dyed any.color' that may be re- choice Works of Art,which are to be distributed future. WCbargea tenate. .'

i ,4Ionl&ttIcc-work cylinder, white ; shaft LIVERY STAUI,E. ti would be useless to comment on it, I please take notice. quired. Ladies' Bonnets, bleached dyed and among themselves, and are at the. same ISAAC G O.!

and TlC, black. Bears frml'oint Char- N. 11,-BILLIARD TABLES and BOWLING JXO. W. PRICE, J usticeso C t h e pressed in the most fashionable styles. time encouraging the Artists of the country, ,disbunmg Bay-Pert.. fernando Co, ,

,j4vx: >lc;, S.:16d 57m 43s F, (true); distant 5 subscriber will keep con- S ALOONS near the heidi Buggies, Carnagesaai WL P. DEWEES, I esce. Gentlemen's garments cleaned dyed or renovated thousands of dollars throuh its agency. South Fiends IcltcJ.d -
4 'j .1 4 nautical miles. Bears from Lower THE saddle Horses can be procured without any }'. I.WHEATON, as may be required In.the same superior Persons in remitting fund for membership will. -. ..
P .i on hand a supply of good HORSES 10 1656-lm much his please giye their pot-offhe address in full stating 'NOTICE.
difficulty. mh S-3m_ Jacksonville, May style which has generally so pleased patrons -
Point S. Cd 34m SOs W (true) ; furnished I wish the to '
and BUGGIES to let. Conveyance to and friends., the month they Magazine commence persons"hn' any elstas CT
4 .r dittant "bt 7 nautical wiles. Lt 2id ,. uYl'lrt of the country. Horsci boarded by the PElt SON WISHING TO MAKE NOTICE. When panels aro sent by Railroad or Steamboats and have the letter registed at the Post ALL wt the Estate of Bedde J.JJJ5|

:' .9 2 Lon. SOtl 24m 55s single feed day week or inputli. By moderate can do so by culling on the subscriber TIO will be made to his Honor the ,word should be sent letter through Office to prevent loss t on the receipt of which, a of Dnval county, deceased aw required
charges and personal attention he hopes to gain a and pitying np their notes and accounts whichare ArPLtCA of the Circuit Court for the Eastern I' the !J@t-OtBceto.that be may know where to call certificate membership1 together with the Mag- them, properly au heuU & &

tr COXCIt; SECT' JE1C. liberal,ha--e of patronage. Stable on Adams-t. duo to Samuel Blackwood. If they are not Circuit of}Florida after the usual time of notice for them.. All orders from. Jacksonville, Flcan *, aiine desired, will be forwarded to any part of the within two from the dtJt..tiI

( ,.I1 I Letter E on vane, black; hoop in the west part of the town. lIe also has lots for paid by the next return day, they will be pat in according to law, for permission to sell certain I be banded in to Mr s Ilarknens,..Millencr, country* nodce will be years plead inbarrfft..Ig-f, 5 II'
-pin" cylinder red shaft and the accommodation- of Wagoners and DroPvers.noflTCin suit. Settle to JNO.W. PRICE. lands, situated i in Nassau a.dSt.Johns Counties, 1 I Adams street.third house west from Ocean street. Those _who purchase Magazines at Bookstores, And, aH indebted to saulquested --
; persons
Ii MEUEDITH KARSON. May 10, l856lmm_ Attorney. will observe that joining this Association they
j3jiewhit Bears Irora Rodriguez Bank I belonging to the Estate of Peter Pons, deceased, July 21-ly to make immediate pa.mea
Ticket in the
and/re annual .
reteite the Magazine
t. n,
FOR SAl.,13.A for the we of his heirs aud creditors .
8. 4M (bYennin3 .) Bears fr JOHN M. PONS distribution, all at the same price:they. now .AiP
*M Sale. \ THAT may Salamander LightningCONDUCTORS.
43d3&E .
Key S. [by compass] :FOP iO '56. Administrator. pay for the Magazine alone.beautifully
Jacksonville ;
\ 20 horse titna- 'April
JS[ of about power, now '
ton. illustrated_Catalogues giving full
2td SGs JT fcOd 27m W. Fraser Tbon'pO'
H U J"t 5 ted on the Plunk Road three miles from town.Apply &
: OF LAND In'AlSl'buaeoun. to GEO. W:CALL, VORfALE. These are the only Permantn.llSafe description, sent/r on supplication.For ANPcOMMISSION -
tfl H" E'SBErr $. 1000' within the ARRODONDOGRANT 5' LIGHTENING..RODS Membership addres ,
$ IEO ty, lying PARAM MOODY, MEROflA14d&a
A VALUABLE tract of:Land on Amelia C.L.DERBY Actuary C.LA.At .' .
14tterlpainted on ran' Llte known as Section Too, and fractional S. \ILLIAMS.. invented. '
i hoop yet
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=Island 5 miles from contemplated depot, either of the prindpaloftiee.- n1
I t & .V ftMtiy roq.lttlice-'worls cylinder,black : aud Section Three, in Township Nina south, of Range. Yellow Bluff, containing 750 acres good plantingland. THE insulation is perfect,: and not, subject toImpair "Knickerbocker Magazine 343 Broadway;New NorM
611 . east ByJackionviUe 1 Fans at Reduced Prices. in the of those of ordinary constrnestrnctioo. S.mertlj .
Aj f .VMM_"*ne/rl. Beahs (rain Snake Point April I9-tf JOHN M. PONS. i There is on the premises a small dwelling u: The article ease speaks for itself and those Y Or, Western O.cel56 Water_ itreot "aadosky, CMniestee,
1I1iI wisVV 394 ISinE. [by Subscriber has now on hand a beautiful house, and out houses, a cotton Gin and Gin house; O.
b. TilE interested In the of their houses, satisfy
A 4t4UIlt 4 and 5 cmp.diltnt of Fashionable FANS which be is alt of which together i with the premises, will ,be A.M. L- .
H twe Ti A33OIJ.bJ3EI.St themselves by calling on Mr. REED
at Reduced Prices. sold reasonable.', ,
( .IiIt: j 0d,31m 2 W&IIiL:1t selling May 17th. 1856. GEO.FLAGG. Also, two small tra.cbOlltho !south end_of the of Jabksonville :Fla, or Mr.-WALTER'KIPP, ,Rich Cameo t1 Joft

: ea., -' I WANTED Island, one of two hundred, .and the other fifty our sole\\gent for the erection of Jhe mode In AND MOSNIO (rmWELB.Y.TIlE .
I Ib SI4w'* Acno anr.JC J"u WEwmryiefcnly.firo (75) cents per day FROST '& BOUI/TER I acres containing luinrant growth or Live Oak. East- Florida. i wnr 'AtGnINBAUGIL.- .. THE subscriber ha.mzjuat returned Ibemfre1YZk :JA KsO.Nv1LLY1 Atee
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4IvI fa IjEt rC parted on-ranc.'rcd; j Lop iron per day without ._ Also a tract containing one hundred and thirty i with a large and beaQUCllhari'. ; -
U authorised to
4 I _. r 1&tthWrk-7linderr whiu>j shaft" and bord,-f'-UlMrorjuto work onthe }FLORIDA ,General. Comriiission'Merchantfl. acres,adjoining! the Staten tract on the St.Mary'sRver. our patterns iaEost, NG011"Florida,:bat our above named. 'N'. tyot' '" .1. cuatomefl. Thunder3ig

I &. '&ar from Indian 8 ATLANTIC and GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD .." lOt Street Boston !.'. Apply to ,. that be ha.tM abuitysad disp"1
'.4 vw Key, aj.t .' Agent, J-' ) DA Fancy
(U1 (t6d j .diitant 5 Payment tcr be made' at the end of every thirty strict and prompt attention to sale : j JOHN _.,PONS" Agent.' l .' JewelryjSilver-Warer& his patroor the; very ,'
E.fby"I8 abut .ifoikto commence on the f.1mtd,7 of WILL pay Jacksonville May 12-1855-tf. : sv,1Ibgpim5fWpatronise
.- &infles. .1 : } .. L 8 I days.March nest. _. : LUMBER, TIMBER', .COTTON, and I : 'J. n*'Roek b itghf : : .. Goods;. 'wi1 guarsateetojbe his House,the best bte t
4O& IT' -. : A. J.; MILLER &:CO. thor Southern Produce I respectfully lnvtt s'lhe'pablle to an ezarninsUonofmia.tock 'The'M.Vo'
't ; : East- oct7-tf OLIVER FROST J, Holmes, '. GKKISAIt :. comprising a* it does, some or the, nished In the city. and
"r '. PATCHES LIG (Dufdlng.) Offlef, "Jacksonville, Florida. ROYAL BOULTER.IAND .' 'Wail Street ff.T. : 'COMMISSION MEItOWANT, Mo open under his taansgemenihe '
orrn T.notl. J. 2, 1856-tf 100 : ". -. rk-ftest and most fashionable styles of Cameo strict attntio3I 10
) L ."t' TILL pay attention to sales o I Ycl. 112 artred,1'fY' .., paicjsv.p.n4.Scroll Jewelry in i groat variety.AUo .- topes by liberal ih
I. An Iron pile ItrctUr is now bin: NOTICC7WM. WARRANTS. VV low' Pine Lumber Live Oak, and ptAREFTJL' attentipn will be given to sales olV Silrer-Woro and;Fancy Good "l11itAble for rate charges,to merit a- JOHN ,

1frJ;) geected Coffin's Pathchcs, near the LEDT7ITII will act as my agent dunn; TilE UNDERSIGNED will pay CASH for other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE, aQd > Cotton, Rice,*Sugar-,'''Lnmber Timber, and bolidiy! and other pre cisU,which wili'be 110M cheap patronage: -- ,x.-

t1L }ey. of the reef, and. south from Duck iry absence. TWOS. LED WITH. ]) WARRRANT to ord r for purchasing IIRCllANlJISE.y other Southern Produce. AlsoJ; Merchandise pnr f ; cas!! tnQvl1-tr 01:9: FL.o\Ga ftbj-tf
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