The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1856
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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1ixLi\'ing tonit'IORNE lE IOCnATlc l-14.'TFon'l IX has 6\eJ the .Americn frm the'COr conltrctun, anJ shoul b nrpl dti tb I Iunbnding I truth anJ bonor ure :md untLmished." I the lOOney I hate d-a nco I bate becnhere, kind tone. ''y011 mu.t Dot Iene me. For J;'

Y A T LAW, 'ULL.We upt Ind t 'rannicl dominion of tbe I rpidit I I The boy \\"iped a leu from his "e a.s he I and those m"v r ther g\Te me." fa. momenls I wilJ (orget the difkleDCe'
trick r.uihl Sl:1 1JlclEOt1yi1c ,\"e at lcr.gth the"Platform"adopt, i ieJ Dank of tb Iitcd States, and frtt a corruptin Thirdly-reGr cl, Tlat tbe grcat llih- i ga\"e the pronlise. and tbe father fdt asliured' I "W:11, you're & mc.n.1 improbability a in our MWOft. and .peak as pl.a :

l ce i J\1)urJ' E. }'. Ly the Cincmn3ti Convention. .i'he rc.1 BJstem (f Inferal 1mI \: natur as n the nS3cnt of.th .: ItT'as arrangel that Gilbert ; r lar anom:r. Why" I make tbe store yon ba,. spoken. I &TO' L La 1Mwrou ,.

I ban 150luiions of the a.ltimorc t.onn ntion"tllicb prrlments.Jcsolred.. sncra I State most imme,1iatet iner"teJ in I I tohould bue t\\"o vacations during the ycui r pay roo 10000thmg. Mind !ou-l don't I .Net, coof 1 .houLJ Mte
retiwHr..m Ill r"If" 1.811", in aU lheCtll are rc rnrmeJ. :ue as fulluws : I That the democrtc part I its mintenano ha marked out for tbefr i of a "'l'ek each ; one in tbe Sprin", and call it st li wr it itn'L My master know \hat temptaLion wu trno.u faJOIJr'be- .
H1TU'G tbe 1" Ofil-e the Atlantic other nt 'rhan g\vit1g and tb the ceives th& beuefit or a11 wOot'k,and I am .",_ optattoa.-.Wdr'IlOQ .DOt "
muit,nnd in the Supreme Juolrcd, TbAt the .\merican ]emocrl1:1.ce i \\i faithfuly aLi e by uphbld the I Iprincipll's cmmunietion Lf\reen t e n my leu :' ,
.r&ht Eastl'nll. aLto.in the r tfd St&t'lCOIIrt thdr trust in the intctligence, the I Ipl.triotism do\n in the Kentuck" and :nd the Pacifc Oc:1s1mtitutes of parent. left. entitll to LUething in retnm. lIe i.J rich.wbile cut in tbe way of any penoD-mach .

at JadllOllrin.at t. Augu lm.. l1a\"lol during nnll the discriminLting justice I II \'i iria rt'solution" of 192 Ind l; S, nn(1 : the imprtnt : :t nts ore On tbe fijt1eng momfnll' Gil6rrt Good'Win I am poor. My hard work tumaI in the w..y or an incxpeorienced 1oath- .
ci the l' ob'te Itiet, lu quireJ inIcralllf vf j in th of ) diso1 to Vi nia ; rClied by pirt of mucrtion, in theunconquerabl. entered tho store taCO comlncnce his O1011ey intI bi till ; arid &ban I di: and SInce yoo h&n been 10 nobly Crank I wi1J ,
tt"IP'Dt1 1t, all III.tI n'e\atinf to I te .mcrican ppte. (rport te utie1i. lIe gazed around the wildernc I d 1re and lug 11ft for 1\Otbin 1j be eqrially so. Forgi ,me for tho litaa. '
CaIlilitriCy a dis- L 11 urc in 1lhLt it tho 'fvur people, upon my .away
DJII'tt t'isl ( aJopt rnt I
of ul DO" :n1 1 d.-f'lLI'l'd, uar.liM''Iud Adt i TJat our ar one the main'' that encl. Ly timely s of cloth. and \\"ond 1't'Il whero the j o. When I want a 1i tlo money. ltalte tion in which I p1aced yon \he put aban Itbought I- I
aUld I, fcatur cred : a constitutlg l'Ul 6houI :
tilt fllI d teader'a"lu/lI my ft'"'. s I.lrtaculul7 to I tict\e pruud mainbin the whih\orld :r a : priucilcs crt'd, and is Ii and efcient seour cmtroJ which people "'ere who should buy an this; but it. Di.l I t:11.o enol1gb to squander, and be rorgotton. t"ntil this mom.' 1 DOftr- : I

I ba.-oefo. in that lilJe, I 1I"i\I a\so ; nr1 Lc'Jr a fon of, n ; resol\cd to orry them out on ther OL\i- \e hL\e :right to ebil u'er it. .\n nopwer he was disturLed in his "criO' by a spruce waste. am] gamble away, as somo do II seriously of this .abject-l DeTt ,1 1befure

ftllJlOll ri: ('Hllly WDJ awd to all otLeraiI greA sueut springing from nnd ly go\ern.a : ous meaning nnd impor. on crtb shoulJ b sulcld to im- )'oung cterk, wbo 811uwed bim whero the I .hol1M C\1l it stealing but 1 don't. Yet 1I realised hoW' direct was tbe tempta.or .
a to tlie ft r.al urrr1lWellt, cntru tcd"lit : up1eld > interference watering-pot nnd broom were, and Lben mUlt hate somethin lIow do yo IUP- ion tho. placed before tbe apprentices
t ular ; nndte contraft with the Tld) in "ieof the cndition tbe > co is any '
with plUIIIl'tnc. nUf.IilyLL and of popular in the W o I proerss suit informed him that his forst dllty in the I pose our masters tbink we Ii YO without our hOllies. Dat I seeital now. I bGw t't'thattothe.
cred practice un erwhatetcr la our'ploy ,
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I name or form. seks toI' high :md duty is in\olre to establsh with tl.o morning was, to sprinkle and !\\"eep the money. They don't think so ir they do they boy who has no money, :

& FLE lING, palty the \ote of the'l.nttihlent, nnd creased saC npon tho Demorae'ih ,' Sttes whOe duminiun it lies; and n'r. o at it the boy \\"ent. an when I must be nataNt born Cooll j that'a a111"et presence or bo'h money and coati, amuse.tgr I.o -
I' under tltls 'W tlone ho WitS set to work carrying'Lundles to a.bout it' ment must be too kuful a temptatioD
: of this as the of the we no cr got ay
couch s no tlrc too monlltrous cuttry party en surrn ea,0' .
at 1alu 'bch for the imp I IReolcrd and tnaintain tbe right.of popieto I our in the adjutment o al of clotb up stairs where a man I "Dat how do011 dqit 1" uked Gabert' ordinary youths. Dut yon shaU sh<1 trust DOt
dulty. I
populrcl ul1wlc tlf it.Fourth1yRtsolrcd was pilin them tremuloasy.! 11 From this moment IOQ ;
itorllrY5 ntertaining the union the States questions arising out ; a\\"ay. \
II'II'tle8e turb c 'I I im and I &hall 10Te yQQ r ,our
"iews the of the -aud to nnd them ThLt in Tie\of socmmandhg And so Gilbert's IDt'rontilo scholarship' "How 1 Wby, sometimes belp myself licitly,
delorratic party allranc nmong I I and fine or honor.I .
Ilorida.II'Y throu h their tes ns& mLled by continuing to in intrst the people of tIl: was oommenced. Fa: awhilo be was bome- to n rew bandkerehief4 which I sell: and noble disposition linse
.TnckSOll'\'ille, 1 cc States I cODtiutonlliLrty I re Lnitl'States cmnot sympatbise with sick, but the men at tbo Btore cnly lLu..hl.cJ sometimes I take a gentle peep at the money shaU Dot fear to trust yoo MDCeforth.Cor '. ;
y in n conI Lut
"IS56, ;, ngnerl COD\'Clt tht monopoles ecusive ltion and he rid of the fttlin u sh311 huo pecuniary rccompenae
,' in of fur of the tLa g the wbich are Leing made by the nt him. ere 10:1e got drawer. J"
a Fpirit eforts
cncrd Cf I bneft eons A month Dd the I Ient Wben Gilbert Gool"in went to bed that somewhat commensurato with t e labo& :
passet at I
dc"otlun th doctrine nUtl b.ith of the and by ,'i nnd Americ to ; 8WiY. I ;
w. PRICEJ to [ many, pople Centra b1eMed the
I I have onen
JOHN a: was demll within bim. Thetempt.er perfonn. .
to those and Continent 'fbich covers of th.t time his dollar spent-- niM,.there was a : yon I" JYe
& Counccllor at Law, frtc rc'prl cntatirc g.J'erlnent au ap constant adherrnce of Constitution-which principtes that passa e the oceanic lIe had broken it fint to purcJasc a pocketknife bad come For a longtiIDe tberebal hour that brought you to my .tore, tor t ..

Attorney "LORIX'1rILL ., puln; t:their ctizens f.r the re compromits thi and acoss, That the Ithmus.FifthlyResolred ,thicb he cuuM not \\"eU da wit.b.out. been a shadow, mistrfann boveringa.oout. seen in Y011 a nluable 38isbnt and of. r
ll.I:, their nnd reIlsMrt are Lroad nough @trong enough toembrc DemOratiJrty doubt E .
ct' UCJSO Cf intentons. rnt Ilntil nOW had it taken if I baTe eer heJJ a Jingerinst
t' Ealit&'m Cir.-uit (J Fl"r. i the A minis- That took of it 'l'hen be h3d him, but not.
Ih. thc it
Frac l'f io Lcfure \mericn the de'j and uphold non a \i epect net hi e1f strict I iball hold it DOmoret
ant lie allowed toreaion integrity
aud C ppk lecture your
l'Ol'IoW:1i Chnlllltl IUita r to Le made toin attended a 6cicntific for which hepai palpLble shap.- I"
the the
IIJd If the Luion ehouM uIjan I t
by u c\ery efort .
jda ( I.rinciplcs .strengthot
bin ful Cor it
Dtlc. 15-ly the hut. not yet wuhi roqnirea more
and the subject
half what left. un
of rest
of our tbe Gulf of )Iexic. \ : ,
'Gtorgi I wLcnon furmer in I ion of the andanc
oCC ioul scneral cnH'lti cneries cpaciy and maintain a had dwinl J away, until nnw he ". without min made up. 01'\ the foUowing daYtI.e mOral purpose to acknow IUUDUked,
ISAAC :\Y AU'l"Uornc n, they prescntcJ ther cmJiJatc: this grat nnd progrcssi\c peol/le. I .the prmanent ,protecionof a nut. he bore up flr a while. met young Il1ker I. in, and be learned a crime tban it to rerram Cram 4)01U4 (r. .
fur the popular sufrags. I TLe fu1owin l.re the supplementary rcsolutons great into outlt the ; aremptici lIe saW' thnt the bo's in the neighboring th3t all the apprenticeil on the street did mitting one. Never n wilJ I accept \ II .

at fam, ]. 1'lat the r.ermcnt is one of in rlation to the K&n S! eblsh I nd It.the water Irnduc8 risedon Ly stores bad money to spend, but then neth'Ju t.be liam! thing.A .: Lbe labor or any person withoot paying ;

O\'crs, from tbe I question, nnJ the policy of! the soi : r tbe of our ht tbey Lad rich fathers. II knew week plSsed 00, aDd during aU that bim ror it and then if ho is disho no I;
HC O \Ll.E1 E. FLA. Constitution, nnd tbe grnts,of po\cr foreig indultry and ( foIle b Wcster his father bad notbing to spare. lIe knew timo Gilbert gae Lhe tempter a home in blame can attach to Ine. You will no'

,_,_"I 1, made therein ought to b stricty conI.tred the g.'emment.And valcJ8 tlO { I that tho generous parent a.dalreatly bur. his yoatbful bosom. lIe daily pondered Jeave me, Gilbert 1Tbe

-I"J fortl. b al the epartments a Ih i Where s, Since the forrgoing tcca1Jtion dened himsclf "it.b mor thnn be was realIy u(n tht lmOl1nt ofphysica1 bbor be perf.rmed. boy gazed DP in his employer's J

Smith & ra o the gO\'ellDcnt; nd tha it .i$ inur'dlent 'as uniforml nloptelly our }r- rlct [..nlt.rrm aLIe to Leu with comfort to himelf; sobe lIe saw aU tho others with money, but for awhile tears and sobs chok d w.utterance.
A'f'l'Olt E) AT Lan4 / \\ I' anJ d3n erous to excrcse ult.ful in ational Con\cntions an would not.licnt to him. .And yet It WMunplel5ant nnd he wondered if any une could possibly ) .Phelps drew him to hIS

". .I 1.'t't''r.'r1 c"nstitutionallloWcl. '.crse lllilical LnJ rdibious test hi ken to be withouL money ; to be in get Jong ,vithou thJ.t circulating cotUIDodity. side, and byin his hand upon the 10u.t.h'.

1t.t1..s : : :. 4. \- :That the cumtituton dos lnt conrer secrctly orgnized LJ : paty caiming toLe that great city, where there Wail so muoh 'inany, the e\1i hour carne. Tbe he3 he resumed:
lt 1.14.lI'I1l ,
J1litalllrGnd Xttrlltlnn upon the gQtcrr.ent the pWlr to I Icommenc an} proper the }11:('f 01 tnion fur amusement and profit without even & I const nt companionship or yoong Baker "In blame yoa tor thb moment&ry do.partore

&Uc1ll11rf'JI1Itly tll illllus Dm tntrustcil and CUT on a gencl'l sJstm ; tht the .ml'ricn Demorac should cear- Th erchans'( .lJprentre. penny, 'With which to plrc a.se a moment haJ batl its influence. and the shaft had from strict bonesty, the 10Te I ,t.

.dlcm, 1IR4 ror.r, Cf intcnLl iw ro\cment$. : J defne thereto: the n.f. ) .f enjoyment or a drop of extra. comfl.lrt. atruck iti muk. .\ brigbteycd, loycly bear yoo for your noble conre ion vastly

.lilt SIItttl;. Office I.t r"'n'LI1J'illf'. 3. That tle constiuton ocs not confcr I That the foundation of thi. OiNo Xo boy coul 00 more f..iLhul tbln was girt had asked .Gm rt. t.o uke her to ane"cning's more thall wipes it all away. IIencer ,.

.at.iiptlJ Authority upon crl go\'crmcnt, I, union of Sltes hniub: Leen Jaid il its smr te Fi Yea.DT Gilbert in the store. 'fbo clerks and ales- entertainmp.nL The boy londtbat you shan have enough for your wanls, ant ,
iI!7-11 ,I the deMs wbole ardor when the is we wiu make an U., ,I t. :
ircty or to assum0 plty. expm5ion an pre-eminent Cx- man all 10fed him, anJ Mr. Pbelp. often girl-10\"ed her with the year up '
McQueen )IcIlltmhJjTTon : the Stats., cntrced fur loc:11inttral Jro govcrnment, Luit upun lntirefrecdom STL\-t coun, Jr. congr:1tulatcd him3etr upon h.a.\"in obtainJ of hi y uthful soul-and be could not rti rangement which can but please 10t1. Whar "-.

'fl" .41' L.i W, improfements, or StAte in maters of rc1ious concr so cxccUent an appreutice. lIe worked i CU5e her.1. noon he'was left alone in Lhe6tore. s30Y you-will yoa Btay1" r

Jllclii\'lrrl1e. E. }'. oses; nur woulll such assumption be jUbtor :n nO rl pct Tlrl0ns regr to )Ir. Denjmin Goodwin tok his e1e tHf ea.rly :1n late-and be worked bard-per- Severnl people came inmostlytailorsand "It-iC I owy knew that you wouc1 .
rank or l th, n') prty Cn t ) to tho creat cih'. tor he hl.I} o1ainc, formed more of rCl.l physical boor than bvnght goodspayin the cash. DeTer abbor me for tbis'Stop .

t CUA'I. w. M\fil:01G, ', expdient. nnd sound p I r fUlLd'I : ', Le dl'emed national cOlstitutbnl, or in : :! he tluht, an xcUent plc f.r ofIr. nny one elso in the store, if we except the Gilbert did not stop to consider-tho spell : Gilbert I hatt. spoken to 10u .
n.I1IrnrTT. branch'inJu '' lcshi !. bo \ras n in 5tor back two the troth and need''e no lUr. I
fusterone lituati
lcricm he a.
the fl' l'ral gt.\crll'nl to : prmci : Irish Wl.3 upon kep yon ,
I I i' .' 1\\ I r. I ITTOlt I tr to tllc dctrimcnt of any other, I' : !is ccusi\e ormilti.m: upon reti- ) Al rew Phttr! Ir.lhelp;was one Four months porter.pU:8ed away, a.nd then II'. dollar bill. 'Ihit afternoon he suffered : will pay yon three danaI'S a week ror YOOl' \

El AT LA,r, j or to cleri.h tt mterest! of ( ious opinions Ibce. or the Lea\icst the cty ; : Goodmin Q.we to the city to see his 50n.GilLert much. lIe bred not look tbo ot.her clerks i O\VI1 iustruetion and amasemellt and wbei

"I'DIbtnts to injury nnther Irtion of our : That we reiterate with rne\cd cnerg.ror dllcr in dothe3 Cr:1 kinf1. de' possciseJ a keen, discriminating in face: thou h he "'as sure tbt somo of i you want clothes or other ma.Uers or likanece.si
and the qualitics. anJ qUintities. le h: riPtions'l, them did the tbing. In the e"eninhe ty, if you wi1J spen to me you shalt
for CIaims1 cmmon country; tlt Ctcry ur'ose considerd t'damtioli I Iof minll. nnd he kn \\ that if be made coml.laint Bame
c\ry sectiun (If cuntry has a right toQcmmd fUlur (unventions u.n tbo scctioll i Il'r. f"r heas one of tho< : of his his filther"oltI Le accompained bis fu.ir companion to tbeentertainment. hate them. All the past 15 forgotten, a.,. ".
(.S\"t TU FTnJT, : nnd in" ,t uIWl an cqualitr 01I is.ue of domestic Ja\.cry ani} conctrine! men, who \aut no s conl.( 11Jty i he I II so he said not.hin; of it, but on1y antI tbOt1 h he tried to beh your many vitnes11d henceforth"I ba,' il
unh3pp : !
W ldSUl S t; TO crr Y. I I ri 1i nnd r'rltit cf ,:mJ : rmpletC and I the recrn" I"lt of tile Sttys J JI I' It3.near noon wlN11 ( proII,scd to be "ery much r.eased"it11 pp yet he c u1d not. you only (or what you shan prove, .:..
Oe !.aauu ) we lUctly I II Imu.h.o1', ; OO\-1 and wbite he Gilbert trieel in vain to tell his gratitode .
.fvf"' p;"d 1 1\1" I may tSSle Oi \1 < hb situation; l.nrl the parent shed tears ClfhY That ni ht tbe boy slept, ,
; la i frulU dCIesic ,ivlcncc :mJ foreign rsFion. which a ectinal part susistin! exch"i lC:11in;lis bay L tho 1.m: : or I Il.gc when he hear the wealthy merchantpraie slept he dramed. lii bther and mot.berCJ.me ,I bat tho merchant SLW it an.:1nd with tea.

..mJ -1Ier.U. I "iJ'! G:Ela\er. nittkn, no"reic: to Giwrt Goodrl:3 foureen yer his son. to bim 1111 p:11t' and sad, and told in bis own eyes he bIes3e< the hor, m' ": ."
5. 'nlat i tile duty of \ Lrmch: or I teat d.e f c1t c tlC PlOrle, anJI I rthtr sUal,but with c1ery ?c ain.d 15 o1ar Gilhert 1" tho thp.r him ho hld isgl"-Ced them forever_ "0, I then bade bim go about hi, work. .

nrrr.la"ct:1n..JxOtm Ji.loa the Gowrnmcnt tu enforc and prctice South, (n ltuliun :mJ the l'nio: :ul Loly sufdent to up r.r It. I:& .. I\skeJ.your Ler.re be gtne started f.r home.I my boy, my own love boy, thou bMt lost I The ye pused awu-, and tben anothe:"

), r. : \ }: fuu nL 11. R.i. the must rigiJ economy in conductil our I Rel01red : chinin fclubhiprith I II I Ijrowa opn: hs ) a I "Yes," 5aiJ the boy, \\"ilh a f.lint smile.I thy truta anJ honor forever !" So gro:1ned bay came to take Gilbcrt'3 place, ror thl .

S IL u.ollT, r s. s, uLlc nlait 8, ald that no mor rt'cnuevught I :ml tlsiril the al1:0 I: mid pt dle Jak his atu si I "Then I must give you anol.b r, f r 1 the r t.hcr. The sleeper sta.rted up and latter took his st:1.tion in tbo counting.room. '

non. E.C.CA1nLL, l1oril13. rais tdl is reluircd 10 efm i rl atl of the Llion un- i up of trth l.nd goo-leess. who need alitte.! lb.s 111'. Phelps for a IU'Iment he ftlt relieved when he Bnt the new boy came not as ooY' ha 1 .
.l1l1otJ\t:A rl TTZI :.11" Y"rk.Meun.J. )' tIle ncce snry CXJlncs Gorment. \ j der tle c rstitution 1' the pal.tlount issue lther was a f.rerl hone6t anJ suppose'OU 1" found th:1t.he ooly dreamed; bat. quickly come before. The merchant promised to I
.t..Cnl',SIUI.1i.k!,0 and f"r but (' aU sectiunal parLic3 and IHlel given his son ooJ e uction, nnd : gi\'en ,'ou :1:1ytbin; I II of the bim much weck-enoogh for aU 1 f, !
( prldual IUd rlputiatit I a : 'Su sir. An t 1 will n t ik him, ror 1knot came tbe trut.h upon himthe trut.h pny so pe t '
toLe I
".ly'I, j jr tinction of the puLlc IJI1r.nns cunernil toDcslic sta\er}', who now wjle.1 h.furth r edlcati D hi. rule." : ay befoe, th3 terrible certainty or his prnotica.l purposmd then he Mt tbt' .

c.uwn. I. ALEX.UIII: G, That Crl rc! 110 po\er to clnr- sl''k to cmLrii Sttes and incile I Ito or a Vrtical frienltlwl of OD.the "That'. rijht, my son. Eat take this."i5 t.hoft-a.nd he groaned in tho a ony of abowetl he should not be respousible ror the bo1'disbonesty. tAt '
n nnk; \'C and armed to la\V in aJvised him to make a xerchmt lIe started .
tr :tonat that Llc\e trC8:0n resitace I I coutJ make it mot'C. and cont.rile : DP
BillltETT .U.CX1XUEll"leJl. an one of icadly +ty to the TerlLorics, nnJllse purpo. Loy-it was the yiia e schoolml.ter-but -nd so i Gilbert wish,but not for tbo from his Leo! an: pactM the floor. It was the or serentcen Oilbert Oood. .

\ ttJ.l Retail 116&ler. iuGrocerics test inlHtst of our )', d.trU ICS, con : tUt cnl in civil war :m the aJric came n fatery, of the n: worM wouU he bafe said 80. lie too one long Lour ere he f.toppcd,and thel1 he', win took tbe pace! of one or the assistant 1 '

Tobacco rpLicm: institutvns nnl thelblries : disunion. tho American dcmocrcy recugnize tle rcsult of a cnreful cmsideritiol l.pprcdn.te all his ril. her was doin hall rei\lheJ upon what course be would i ipursue. bookkeepers, and at tbe 11o or nineteen hEt .
PrO\'iion other llccpl
of ,
; (f Io..o111c, toItac nnJ adopt tlo princllls CJntainellil qU'Itiei. Uy the usitanc. fur him to complain.Ir. lIe rememb. red the of't-repe'-t d. took his place at the head of the counting- iot.room iot.

rs: Liquor aih, &c., i iAt l.u ;nejs of dc, country wibntbe : thc or nic lawl "hine tbe Territories oI1lortuni; ) h:1.bL'n foun. ) Gooo\\"in returned home. l.nd Gilbert words of bis f.1tber.i'A sin concealed isa for"to an aptness at figures and 11 '

thv comer 8tQrotEED'S control(,f a concentrtef mow''Iv\cr: of Kansas an'l : a elLodyin I "I hue: Lrou"oht mv. son Phetp a.11 once mc.re baJ a. little money ; Lut itlastcd secon sin committed." was hard for Ilntiring pplicat.ion to hi duty, be added .
nnd the laws of tbe the sound sotution fLhe llad arralIJ. and I 1m sure : strength of moral integrity, \fbioh tnLde 1 .1'his
JXCll.4..YE, abote wi loOI only fafe { \c nut lon dollar \\"as a smaU sum him to mlke up his mmd to tbe resolution
JACKSOX\1I.LE FLOm1 A, I pIe ; and that tbe result Democrt- 6lanry quetion Ulon which the !atnl.tional -I fn.l him punctual :m.l faihu11Ab35ter Ilke fur such a. 1ace.' .\ part.ion of it he cx.I be bad taken, but when once the word had 8e"ices almost in1'alnLbte_
ic l i&lation in this and a1 other fnl.n- ideL (,f the 01 this "hulleountr. Gilkrtllcm (1- for a fo\\ small articlcs which heah30lntely pa3sed bi4 lip.,l1ii soul 1\3.3 flx..d.On And now he had grown up to be a man, 1 .
eotlmol1y OD 11oa fuU flll'I'li..s tlf I wbich han: in its his he wm pr.\e nl yon renact Lhe and the bright-eyed girl who WIS 80 intimatefy -
Kttl' in tb'lf lino, .bich tbl7 arc ahnJ" cal Ule&urs uron ifsus ben can repc deerminell cn.scrntisI luok. Hop I m-eJcd; tben he attended a conccrt. the following mornIng he en tored
l.lall" the puties of Ln n; Jmintcrrcrencb whh.a de's fulks and long usuaJ n bis duties were pe ormed connected with that one dark hoor i iof
loW RUin:al tbe Iv1frat lUuloct r 'l'be Ihtcen 1\0 in 'With bi$ un ere store a3 ,
,ulwnrc111. .A l.ril19JLYLElt 1 the cuntr,, dcmonstrtct to pr3cl ic i- Con cs3 with 1m: r in Staes nn.lTerrtries lhe mlchlt thus sphke :ntterof I bis pocket 'faS Iain empty. IIis pnsitionV silently and sadly. The clerks asked his life has been his wife for 5enraJ .t .

mtn (f ni prticl sounJnets,taf\- ; tbat this W:',lIl bais the fact sJrt of :\a) he tmi kinJI.up no\\ more unp1casal1t than bef.re.- him il he WL3 sick, bul bo toM them no.Tourds yenrs. lIe is still in the house"or Ir_. P,. rand
: ] IIY tho Lo)', nud th turnm: to pnt Mr.Pbelps occapies tho posiLion 01 btLinesa putner ,
t.Lnd utity jursut. compromi cs tf cOllnlJ Lthlhe 01 < There werelt thousan simple tbings for the middlo or the forenoon, .-

& ICLINE, .' 'hat bc'parliol of of, democrlic zmJ prtiC ill1ationa1 hc n.sumed. for him which \\"anterlalittle money. Ilia lit.tl cmo inmd, entered bis counting the old merohmt haTing giing np 4. '1associate.
I1lrOIlTLI'. .S 1J1"U:1Ui IS the G.\'emmcnt {rom Lankin instilu cun'cnton: ratitlt by tle pcople lue )0'fuund n bu ing pla kihte'cc1 cousins te3 cd him for some room. Gilbert watcbed him until b. "asalonc work, and now tl'U.iting aU to hi youthful : ''
is for the sfey of the htly applieJ to the CJ1Jcr cousins and then he mo\"cd to\t'D.rtb the Gilbert Goodwin baa Seen many J
Ii his -
yct.1.y and "onder
TOmWXXU: DOlESTICYINES tlOlS indispnsLle uncle .1i bt Lukens, ,
tho ri btsd in by CS, sir, he b'rJith b men rall and he bas often shuddered ., -
of territories wi and bis face young
funds (f nn organizatio" ll51; llat -d why he eliJn't l.ttend&ny of tbe CQ1lcerts spot. His be3rt beat wildly,
\ NDIES this wife's &ir. in 1'iew oC the wide ro:1d or tempta on t.
I RA my
the the uuif"r nppUtton o dcturl.ticprincllu anJ lectures. was pale A deat.b, buL he di not hes bt.elIe -
8. 'rPII. lbeml princi tc's emLiedb to the o1miztm) of tcrritories "AI that is fortunate. grct ciyis One eT'ening, after the store \r.L't c1o.'Jel] eutcred the counting-room and sank which is open to so many more: and be has .
GINS SEGARS with pla fur Lo's made it'one of tbe rules or his lit that.be
& : orwitbout
Jeferson in leclrrtien ( lndet.ndcnce rJmission IC\V 1 Ir: Gilbert toot npon tbe iron stcpa with the into a cha1r."Gilbert .
10.II btzI'te7l St.Julian and Bryan dreet, Ind : Constitution domestic !1\ery, as they m3Yelet "Ofcuurce. sir, altlcd G.oJwin.-his key in bis band for heUS now entrusted wbat is tho ma.tter 1" a5ked will heue: no person in his employ t ,
the "And yet I J'ou wi o'erook wbom he cannot afford to pay a som IUfticiOD
We of &t&rktt f which tkes ours the lnd 01 lbryald tbe equal rghts Stnt wil hop with that import3nt implement-wben heW5 the merellant kindly. .
quarl' the of original compcts"f a lttle. who all his and t to reIDOt'e them 01:1 ineritable temptaUon.
of oppressed Riker
t. thc aoylum cnry preserred mtct, aair Dut of Jincd bv a bd Dl.med The boy collected energiea "
fA J..A.YAII. GEOIlUl.t.JA nl.tOI.I\C e\'e 1 cariual_princples the Cnstiutions ma ntain d.ii. t I i'C.rtintv, what tbat 1 l can. Fee of cours bim heM the same posit.ion in tho aJjoinin in a low,lainful tone e anserI 1 ;;

Democrt ; &nll c'ery AUCIJL I Ito and tbe :n expansion ot "ou nre nw .e iba1 little store that Gilbert diJ in )Ir. Phelp' ._ _._ h ve come to teU you tbat. 1 can remain .

IAfs NJ I IClUE.LC 3LrJc the 1311 of Lecma; clLi.zns ensued to its utmO.t capacty tUI.I'tnion when)Ir.he is out of said the"of store. e,"an ther1' "Say, Gil,g.in;to tbe concert tonighl"nskCfl here no longer, sir. 11That -" BY AUTHORITY" .rWWS

l E and owner'of sOli amon us to I emLrcing, in ant : Guwin cur Tho Daker. -\ Going to 1l3Lve me 1" ASked the

1'JS. ,. C.JtOI4IS.rolirr .\,' I b rsist "itb the ll.te "pirit which futur Amercan &ay b const.tuted \ a somo. moment.tho parcnt ''So-I cm't." mercba.nt in surprise, a.s the boy hesitateel. -. OF THE U TED ST-\TES. i.

swept :lie:nd l dition bws from turIttu'e vr annttd wilh a rluJQn fon gue dc'n he said: l.t f I ltlewhic "Can't 1 Why not 1""Wh "So, no, Gilbert. It yoo are sick '
Juctionrrr book. (fcrment.. ad h fn1y notbin ui I r.Pbelp ), to tcil )'00 the plain trutb Jim, you shl.ll haTe a gooo physician- cm- [Public 25.] _
'hat Conss power 'lmt we izc the right :Len ; Je tbe not lose now."
la n un\cr Resolrec r I haven't got money. you A."i ACT making a grant or lmds to tho
I a1Jout pay.1 .
. is) the constitution to intlrer with or cn of IJpie ff the 'fenitories, inchrJing te tho "Pooh Como alon:. rll y tbo scot." "Hear me, sir," resumed the boy, somewh3ot. State of LouisiaD3. to aid in the construction

trl the domestic institutons of the serl '- Kanl:nnd Sebrask: actiu thr\ugh 1" repated merchnt."Yl to "llut I don't wish to run in d bt, Jim., emboldened by his mLSter'a kind tone. i oC railroads in said State_ -
nmtBlnJf. A &'ERT the the ofaclual at) 'iln I must
os States, :md ni luchState re the fairly cxpressctl maj.rity p for I rnLY nover pay you. but yet !pc3kin;in grea.t pain. 0. andllouvoJ
f it tnllctecl Senale
arn D ULI.I OJi CQllltSilIOX, of nerthip apl reEidcnt.; and whenenr the num- a1ony ln r hs serices. bland "Pay me 1 Wbo utktd about paving 11C tell you all and I trust in YOllr generous Be bllAe
J 8le Ind to their own ,; not of iuhahitnnt it, for t ta I sait Phelps, \ilh a I off r to llay that's enouh. Come loul for pardon. But I c\nnot stay bere.Liden &preentatires of tM United Slatu of i.Am i.
Xcgroe Stocks, llonds- >rtinins tbat (1blLit without dome 'I see arc unaCu3.intel "ith and will but rica in Cfmo"TU8 auembkd, That. ;
the constitution; nl constitution, or tc smie )0\ thofrst a.10n It'll be glorious concert. air, "lame me as you -
{'1 &c. &c. &c. induc tbe Uuion i our nc\er py Llthin lathcr is too there be, and ia hereby, granted to the 10.
or otbers to !bven', nnJ b aJluite int : l'stVIS. "nut I must go homemd get some IUPr. believe me not yet lOit. My
l x.wr&1 abolLionil& with tbe cl.r. I haTe learned tbe State or Louisiana (or tho purpose otaiding
witb here.
ad"IIlI U ullwe P1't' rt1' re quebtiol8of ters IJrflcL ." to keep me
COgr6 t equitJ 1" )Ir. poor in the construction or railraad f'rom r,
Bome a
r.,1 11It in pay utterd Go\\in and I have longed for
.1ueryor incipient dep. r'lation other Stte5 I "Xo, with me and get Iupper. ways or city,
te what "nuL I the Texas line in the State.oC LoI
to lenJ to the GiLrt'a without innocenthealthy amusements iana i
. surrieJ. Gilbert could not letting some of thOS
Uut go
Q. PI CKNEY In. thcrt ar c1ulatc TUE YOREtCS POLCt OF Tit CO\-tS&XT. I IReolced II myslf, and I thought round thAt companions enjoying. west of tbe town Of Greenwood. Tia Greeno'wood
and consquenct boar his ount know, AO Dakerwalked which I hv leen my
{un:Tt'i tI, rnUiEY (0.] mOt tbat alaring. eforts dangrus an incvitLle fnaly, Tat by the cn itionof cours ould alow him someti; \\"ay with him Then they went to the res.turant For long weeks I bae been without a Shreveport, and Monroe to & poin -.:
al Vacbbllrg
FACTOR nd diminih bappincis the of world for pocket-money. tbe ; hore aker p3id for the supper.- penny in my pocket and at auch times I on' the Mississippi .riveroPpo3ite ,.
tndtncy the sbLit and and the daDgerul tcude cy (f sectional o, 'C never anything frt lIe had Beverll bank-notes, aud poor Gil. haTe fdt mnch ahame in view or my.extreme ;an Crora New Orlems by Opelousu.
ASD t Id prmancncy going to scn yonr to tho State line otTexas; and rrom New .
romISSIO Union, bt not the aUempt toI' year I you ,'er ed them with longing looks. poverty. My father has giTen me
:MERCIIANT, tle I agitton comLm.wib I I conc you would not bert upon Orlenns to the State line. in the direct OQ IJ' .
. of an acdemy, or a e1 little when he left. me here. .
, by Any ou disabities t 0 if he could only have a money.- two doUu'S--lJno
,. eo J'artla. C mrnercial Wharf b cuntenance in titutlon.Ruolrd frend pltic I' the rigbt of rlgous; ctizensbipI ,I the techer t pY.him f r hi studying Say, one dollar a week how mnch happier and one when he came to visit me. Bl1twht to Jackson. !nssissippi ; every al te !"
CbarleltOft. S.C, I, 1""Just section or bad designLt.e an oC it r.r
. ( tbe bi h nnd sacred dut conld Cuel. 'Ai soon as they bad eaten was thtl.t 1 Nearly went .
t the ing in our ) anapprntic be in width .
l prpsition o\n so it i! her. 'Ye lok upon needed.Lectures. for: aix 5Ction.s on each sid01 ,
I and which I absoolutely
the coocert room articles
J ose >h 'Yhil cn and wu is devolved with snpper they went to small
intnded 10 rspnsiLity hero u merntil scbolr, Aid But In caso it ahallapfeU"t&a& .
. cver sweet Tarioos
a cl13rmcd wIth the music cunccrl8'anJ ot.berp1aecsor
inCongres ot .
dnler iDralDts tbe whole 6ubjct of slucr. the Demotic prty aud for tbe he Gilbert was the UDited States haTe, when the line or
upn ycnr cn b ltteral bad noble viaite< bymy
I frt 110 fanciod it a entertainment were
beard. healthy
of the to uphold be .,
'i1 and Glass nnd thcrfor demorticprty A pl.rt aJmaintin though he aU and that It awoke but I coul not At route of said road ia definitely ftxed sold
tbis nL- tho ri ht of and bneft influence upon bim companiGns go.
. Union, on evcry ; to bimslf.
the s1te sections.
n nA E-ETREET, of ltnding vluaL1e hill sonl. Bat wumine, ; that any or any parta thereat granted :
wbio raping in tb the fatal knowledge ,
adbere union of tho inpulses
. CIIQLu1Oft S. C. wi aLite Ly an therby tbe Stte.; IUSb.n Why, at this moment fftyYotngstrs more generous ( lachLhings as aforeaaid, or that tbe right or preem
beovergcncrous had
pb.tor thcr ar or a yonth or statiou money or
TlttH mt L the actl kn"wn aJnuc among us constitutonal alas Uow .n & man. otberzl any attacbed then it
bas the
r--enl I ad tiOll' to a.me a1W1be
f""Da eecution wbealthy tbeir'
faitLul 'bos pocket always took from employers -
with they
. 1hn."T8 a d OlJJ d all k '.A1Uj j" t" cmpromis ure. stted. by Ly continuing to al monop io glad to into the brth )' Uha"s an. empty money leave. ponde nponit Jawful tor any agent or :. to be appointed :
1fUDOW a ; le gt tem 1'rom wiLhout .1
GLU. N4 iA8UES, relaiming lies and e Il.tIn bneftI the or said S&&te
boy. by goTernor 0'Iclec
. \E SI'tIUT GA,ronox FOO.. Cons t labor ; \\bicb act of tbe excUI, tbe the manyad 6urc your this time James llikerTILt Gil.bert's long and deeply; and an pondenng I was tho of the ,
. c. incuded At nuthiug 1" snbject to approval &
GLtE and DRtsn S or ". tice I. you pay st te prent tbe world Tbe t.Yeste1'l1ay I took-two dollars. :
to firm friend as goes. 1
" kiD4a. : cd to' a I by the adhearnc tbcsprinciplei tary,of the Interior,from the lands of the .
ePr6prvision into but
J .
(IIDY 1"I cn of the rther saly. told aU hilliecrets to Jim, and ill re- Uere tbe boy burst ,
, bin a othe NnltUtlon c:1not: Wit. and tbe comprmie cnl the onr rule. latter plOr fewmoment.s United States, nearest.to the tiel' ICCtioas
year. In
not wort a
Ct Tbats hiJI friend'e. said a
tnt I all merchant
d and 6tron he heard the
L r o so : tution, which br and At Lbend above 10 mach in alternate
L I AI )1. T U Y Y 0, Vie aU hue rc..umed specified lee1 1
- patywi It was, isthe nnd him money such rands the United States have
ad a to u I
That and pY 1 .
is hst but
used night
PAOTOEl. oftbe faIthul in front or tho 8tore, and of it 1 .
fun evening a. part '
in han in the one .
" I IA at rneWln CtIpu 1. a i! b eXJsion as 1 haye Bold or otherwise appropriated or to wh
such bonn ofAo"'Ony
. atLmrtl
locked morc
D rli&t of tLe ler baving up. want DO -
I CQ1WISSIO MERCIIAXT, or ot it th Ajttion encres ad cpctis th gatprgeislfo dId the of care :r. "Why," retunlet Gilbert with some passed .inee that time. lIere is a dollars tbe rigbt orpre-emption has atlached as .
or I \35 cuson aforesaid; which lands (thus. selected m. '.
'Po queltion.ufder hap popl.FrtRt6Dlred ten t.be plain Lruth.my and half. sir, Take it, d get
rlort4a 4 fiDllthern Ctorpapn01 cou1d make.o 011e1nl" thnhe hesitation, .to yon a
4 UCE. Lhe attmpt may b d tho ThA tbe queston cn- Godwin"'as much dis ppo ha, faLher is too poor. lIe blLS done enough home I .ill send yoo the rest. 0, let mego lieu o(those sold. and 10 which pnHUIp. i,
. I tion havo attached af'
lortl Cnurcial Rtlolced, Tt tb prods pub n cun- the for lis ( Dow-more than be can well afford. tor I cannot Ita1 whero temptation as wgetber
CJuzrluton or me ,
Wk47j to'SCU1 lla ,
bbord wIth the and or '
tic aections
apple to il to no ..qnestionwh .. : hi3fanD in tho .01itude of. parta aec-
1J .b497nare.tSuamaa.hGa. [6m. lands pcry and be would not lie has never .ked me, to wor on haunts me_ Away myfather's .- '
. lc objec spifed cnsttu ttcr. The tme ha cme fur the aon his ge.t to the'ut but. he bas sent mo to'school and farm, I shaU Dot want the money dons daStgtUoted by odd Darnbers as :
and t aylw ple Unitd Stts to delar tbemslve strineJ ad board while 1. Ito ha'e. Yo 'may ten me that Ibavo said and appropriated as af'oreqid) lba.11
WK. B. LA WTOJi & Co" on, t most in he ]: alry tkenupn'hmsl DOW be is paying lIlY I cannot beld State or Loni..i
of and ins be by the n" for tho
for diltibution IUc pr.rng C"v sca prssiveCre But father is good ..uperiencebot aW,' tha ex.perience
roa-J.T.nA DEn W.M. S. LA\\"fON. t < and,he,cCutd mor. be & IDC'rcbant. my had and aforesaid Pnrc
\Formerl, fJ .b Sttc a tnde througbout to 'ord. And tbe s id, 1C be is poor." I. only tella me t t while I remain use purpose ; Tha" .
. the p the lands to be 10 located lha11 in
tart to cnstittion "Seer my &n !1 Raker. wiU bo with 1 would DO ease
manifcsttion mo.
S. C. 1oI.We, S.C &d rcp lt 11 i tcir mind '' Of course be Is, warm1y replied bere Lhe temptor fifteen Jaitel ."
of their when he wer 01bae be rarLberthan rrom th liDo'
Sea Idand nnd Upland 'Cotton Rolud ar dcidcdly op infuenc by th sid 8cssfuJ enoah t 'aonC tbrugh at'l wbere you find.our good hea.rU, not long for,w t(canMt pocseu. While or Aid roada and aelectad tor and OD .. -'
lst r
" make the the wish moat
from cothe Dut. don't wantS'"and desires
Pridcnt 'without the YOil I hav ,
. and Rice, &t Veto &e.hih b i. CIble. eXmple.Sndr.ol ed, Ta our phi.ct the yer, Id YOu.C1 gt along among ItOro pay.yon poor for! takin Cl.re or itT' be present. to gratify them: Let me' go. count or laid roads; p idetl fw1Aer. "' .
. quife pwer tote much is dollr-it I Althatl That the Jantb hereby granted aba11 be ez
rferenc mor. the firatyear. 6bam .
PACTOa.s. wit nothing tell not. .
oD ad rpntbiite. ad poltic o. Mr. PheJps paya sir bllt OJ my "
at rCtt and in the oIaJd
or no ower .wht clusinly a co.nSLrUction
lllZ'nrdin JeS. abr8 and bowed bis .
Statc cntincnt ,
'1 Commiuion Mercl1&l1tJ, amplylumclet t ga.te oter d you The roadl and be or the ','
home.wit only as
OtTU .a interst or our cmmer nd.th.dcnlopment e t tat earnest.,GU 1" ,Ihvey 'him ,aw ile ill cmposed
in t
ATLU\TIC WJIAR, iotert to IU t pg bi gt fur, ,time. ,But 'Why ate' you The 1I e g&zed upon work and the IhalJ be .
of our In money orlibadea progresses. .p.
* .. gwig 'pwer r receind moneY' for your and'duriDg tha 'time a nriety '
s.c. homo nDever any' silonoo .
cnnt om wbataoeTv .
. o.r artDU baa bceora III a.. F&Ct rae .bO mcrt &d Oae ofBPrttTe quir we hold la prncple mind ad b hOestmyLJ., d1th baN,work 11J, paUed CTfer hw C U1tenance. -. p1hd to no ther 8e ;
tt in
oC two 1he Snt '
. n..DeIt aboa'hldt,:ean,aQ4 tiN:o l judget of. the iTolnc in the }Ionro dotrne_1 m whe IOu: pe, cnu with r :our "No not a renD Two dollm 'is aU "QUbertt he uid at lcn in a 10..t 4M FO'CitkdurtM.T, t &D1 l all .' "
11II u com !
ItJ admit it. !
uptr ud eD.tioa t.o rfJ8 ic aDd imro : i mal {I :
povliJ1l rolle c !. trn blin .

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fLA'ftI'y) any act Congress, or in any IrQc Jflrmtot [ oun PLATFORM.The our own or in a foreign land, can lung rest, after it was taken out of the yard attached Sara'i men would ornament. the belts of i -SeNATOR -

other manner by competent authority, for tUS. platform or the Democratic continue to exist in this cuntr. We are to the Charleston Library Society's. Billy Bowlegt The truth 1 I JI"LLRT"
the purpose of & in any object of in to puzzle our ptyID all equal before God and ; premise was safely lodged in the GuardHouse waror. iS th I Del erd Democratic I
teal improvement, or for any other purpose 1 It is opponent and the dark spirit despotism and bigotry yard.-Charleston Mercury. eastern coa't, frm Rio Ralohti torMosqaiffT : J/tnr. in t.City of '

t whatsoever, be, and the same are s thorgh complete and comprehensive which would create odious distinctions ; is not protected, except by a: t, 'Wci.i

t JerbY.lrrc to the United States from QNJk el up squarely to a the among our fellow citizens will b speedily GEORGIA MILITARY INSTITUTED handful c men, who have done all flrts I Mr. Udtdr fid f Yo fa,
I this act, so Tar questions which hare interest before rebuked by a free public I
ONton except as any and'enlgbtue tmd Mlow-itizn a mos\
when strikhIj
an escort
.. .ft to opinion.The The examination of Classes of this Institution I scouting ,
may fuapd necessary locate the ?
the public and that too the oChe nationality the
rut of tald railroads through such reserv always on agitation of the question of domEstic says the Cherokee Georgian,will I would n b given to' the beef contractor ( every o tr d rt i

". in which case iho right of wa right side, that no caviller,however anxious I slavery has to long distracted and di- commence on the 7th, and continue until I lt February, they escorted, .him' from State of the < an DI P ,

1 ', only shall be granted, subject to the approval 1 to find a flaw, can specify an objection tony Tide the people of this Union and alien 15th of July, at .which time an. address Fort Capfon to ron Dallas.The. officer gefliet here eJnker.. er .

1 ohb President of the United State particular principle laid down, but arc affections from each other. This is tng the same ntrt pDrII
: And will be delivered before the two Literary commanding a young gentleman, only prina115, s
.) be has
SE further agitation forms since its common bond
enacted. That driven the and "
desperate alternative of assume many a
: the sections and parts of sections of land I t condemning seems to Societies by C. R. Lawton of Savannah. lately from West PCint and I fare'iio doubt Since the CIIO brotherhoe&
cmmencment DW b voice
j which by such it as a whole, and because of its endeavors to do bui of the
grnt shall remain to the trffthe Territories; The commencement exercises will take bst, tten- have vention went forth Cnnnt

I 1.' United Stats, six miles on each side very comprehensiveness. Wo were high, judging from its present character, I think place on the Addresses will been used to the woods and Indian warfr throughout the every, I,

double of said rnds,shall not be sold fur less than IYmuse at the brain addling eort of we may safely anticipate that it is rapidly delivered flowlngday.by the members. the Graduating would prefer an older heJ.Iy cheering echoes;cuntr W8M s
the minimum price of the public the last approaching a The recent legislation 'b
Alligator Advertiser discover 'fnatty.f
to democratic.mas
) object in the great tneofToc
lands Class who will addressed writing foregoing is
when cold shall of of domestic by
; nor any said For Congress respecting b wisdom ,fu,
a in it and the Editor at last action
I. o lands become subject to private entry nn- President made! slavery, derred as it has In. from the Judge Gould of Augusta. merely to state facts-not at present to induce results which await ad ,-t

a til the same shall hare been first offered at JAS. BUCHANAN' the wonderful discovery that it is to long. original legitimatepolitical The next term opens on the 16th of settlers to go there, but draw the attention Never before in it

S j public sale at the incase price. Well, for our opponents we suppose it is power, the will of the tajlrty" July,and young men who desire of the proper authorities to the public did a similar tb HOI o t

4. C SE.3. And be enacted, That OF PENNSYLVANIA. to long. It knocks from un- promises ere long to allay tho entering of this at a time or under ly I
every the Institution will find it necessity protected
the said lands hereby granted to the said der excitement. This legislation is founded decidedly to county with drmstn b
,I L State rbatl b subject to the disposal of the For Vice-President- them so completely, that they have upon principles a ancient as free government their advantage to present themselves at and when tbs war U. closed: -give us a tons issues graver cn and
,. I Ifgictature far noting left for them to before the itself and in with chance of ; well
therof the purposes store1 go p- acoranc them, that time instead of waiting until the commencement developement. Should time permit their true position. diJ.th1.PP .
1 1 said and and the said JaRS;) r. BRECKIXKIDGE ple with. The Adcertiser has simply declared people of
I < : railroads says a of the second term which in a future letter I will give you some s-ction of the r
.hl b and remain a public hiplnvaj for OF KENTUCKY. was framed to suit. the views of men of Territory, like those of a State, shall decide 1657. i idea of the improvements their se'erl! States country and, wj itb iah1
q of the for themselves whether shall orens February; 2th, necessary. .
of the United slavery their rnen
:. government shade of Now this hearts the I.ellnl
t L States, free from toll or other charge, every opinion. charge or shal not cxit within their limits. We understand that a number of applications A CITIZEN or DRE.Ul COCSTT.WACAIIOOTA preferences.., exmb ,
i r upon the transportation of any For Governor, is timply ridiculous, and can only excite 1 Nebraska l Kansas act does no more have already been presented, might fairly even have at the hazard I

t j or troop$ of the United JroprtJ' our risibles. We will undertake to men than: give the force ot law to this elementary June 13, 1856. been
Bta.p M. S. and it is probable that the yet their first act anticpte; ,j
\ PERRY or
) f*; SEe 4. And be further That tion at lat two classes of men whose principle of self-government ; declar Intitutionvi .A meeting of a portion of the counties was surrender ? ,do 1

.' .1.,f. lands hereby granted tndec sait State, OF ,ALACIIUA COUNTY. favor we think the Adcertiser itself will L ing it to b'the time intent and meaning L full soon after the opening of the next of Marion and Alachua was held at this I consideration t ,and every selfish or
.hal be disposed of only in manner follow admit of this to legislate slavery into any term.We place, when on motion, B. OATES, I of universal truth those tB r& a
; that is to say, that a quantity of land For Congress arc not curted. We mean the Territory or State nor to exclude it there were shown by Capt. McConnell E.was constitutional law great 5? *a
called the Chair
." to and S. J. those
not hundred Know Nothings and the anti-Slavery from but to leave the people thereof .great Prnpt o
I exceeding one and twenty men perfectly _
I GEO. of the Institute, a plan of ihe right, wisdom
: ncc ions, and included within a continuous S. HAWKINS, of the North. our can free to form and regulate their domestic improvements requested to act as Srtar. them ail JU"tl aRI t I.

) .'r length of twenty tnilea of said roads, may OF JACKSON COUNTY. out to us I single contemporary in institutions in their own way, sub (.r t the College Bulling, which when The report of Tyson, let Licuten- man who itoa loves platform his opJa "hlch Wt h

be sold ; and when the governor of said pint I paragraph I ject only to the constitution of the Unite I completed will present a very fine appearance ant of the Wacahoota' who' his country Ir

: .. State shall certify to the Secretary of the For Electors, it and breadth, which he think States." This principle \"msurly I and afford accommodations, with the manded the detachment'oluntel from cornS 'lIJS n .:_ party maya prOdly Ibn..
t. that liUWiIY -4
Interior will <
that admit of such
fairly construction controverted of fuet.
any twenty miles a by any individual any party
rnnlDELL, of East Florid rooms, for about two hundred Ca- Looking
t of Mid roads are completed, then another : A. then we will undertake to enlighten his professing devotion to popular govern present ny in exploring the Gulf Hammock in Levy abroad upon the po1iti
1 LONG of Middle Florida. : dets. The zon Cur
-;; !Jlk quantity. of- land- hereby granted may It. II. CAMPIIELL.,of West darkened understanding. Let us know ment. Besides, how vain and illusory building is, wo believe, the dj- county, was read and, -on motion, received they IW coming that perils to te shp of Lor
-'. SOld ana __ Florida. would other in sign of Capt. McConnell, and the the cpec1 in SC
t l( { BO, irora time 10 lime, un any principle prove practice 1 drawing and adopted. skies which
i\\ til said roads are completed ; and if said : you arc fireing at, neighbor, and in regard to tho Territories! This is apparent which is skillfully exccntcd was made by- was regarded u it
.4 roads arc not within ten JAM EH Germ,Esq.hour authorized Agent for I don't scatter so. from the fact admitted by all. that The following gentlemen were appointed yesterday but as a Wer h .
complete Cadet Ruff. The is
in ummerclOt
II design
i ii.l no further sale shall be and years the. ills borough county. after a Territory shall havo entered the projected a Committee to report resolutions for the velopcd into a black storms

lands unsold shall revert tade United l"3r: 0. PACETTV, Esq. lferhant. i is car au.thurized [From the Washington Union] Union and become a State, no constitutional accordance: with the extent of tho appropriation action of the meeting, _to wit : Messrs. C. moving gradually south,PrntO thrtni I,'

i.;' States. Agent fur the city St : Juts BUCHANAN'S IETTER OF power would then exist which could by the last Legislature, and in Sawles, James Tyson, A. Gibson, James echpe solve he the sun of the &

SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That EI.T. DATA, Esq. it our authorized Agent ACCEPTANCE.We prevent it from either abolishing or establishing view further additions a the wants of G. Hunter people in darkness: ad
:. the United States mail shall be transported f'r ,ofCarhleston, S. C. publish below the letter of the committee slavery, a the case may be, according the Institution demand them. The G3J I and Jonathan Tyner.: At intenall before its am1.Ri.Urd I mS its

onr said roads under the direction of appointed to notify Mr. Buchananof to ite sovereign will and pleasure. Oa. the Chairman and Secretarywere leaders stand, ( by that
It L. the Post Ofc Deprtment at such price his nomination to the presidency, and Most happy would it be for the country: plan proposed of the three-story aded to the Committee. mail ambition which luht the 'rtbe

t A f as inn} diret; Prorid-- EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Mr. Buchanan's reply. The letter of if this long agitation"er at an end. During wings attached to the present bail linj: The Committee, after consultation gels rthlr to rule hell than sen,.

t.t ed, That, until such price fixed by law, The members of the Democratic Executive Mr. Buchanan is characterized by all the its whole progress it has produced no u with the addition of a colonnade, parapet the reported but Heaven.Vith, freedom upon their hip i
4 "t the Postmaster Genera Live the directness, clearness, and frankness which practical good to any human being, whist roof, Ac. to the I! following resolutions : with disloyalty and discord p
.hal Committee for Dural County are present buing. rendering 1st. Resolved, That the in their hearts, they shout
power t have ever distinguished him as a states it has been the source of great and dangerous people of this honnnajto tht
f. Approved June 3, 185G. requested to meet&the office or the chairman man. He leaves nothing to inference orimplication evils. It has alienated and estranged the addition smmetricl. and giving the community are always ready to approve, Union, while they lay their laenViou.

on ucxt Monday at ten 'clock. a to his position, but adoptsand one portion of the Union from the other, whole structure a fine apparnc. The and slow to condemn, the acts of time Federal hand upon the cnstitutinitel thl01

- [Public 2G.] endorses folk- and heartily the plat and has even seriously threatened its very contract will b let at Ss ion of or State Govrments. that they have b.nr by which a

AN ACT granting puplic lands to the form of (rncples- which he was nomi existence. To my own personal knowl- the Board during commencement, and the remained silent since the outbreak of the Heedless of what they know to :: State of Wisconsin to aid in the construction DEMQCKAflC APPOIXTMEXTS. nated. of his election he edgeit has produced the impression among St'ininolo Indians In December last, with that no degradation can be no
of railroads. in saiil State. The Democratic candidates for Governor stands pledged to make those principles foreign nations that our great and glorious building will probably b completed by the the hope that either the Federal or State to a free people! a a ,hlmiliatin

., fie it enatted by the Senate and House of: and Congress address their fellow-clti- the rule of his administrative, policy and confederacy is in constant danger of dissolution. close of the session. Governments, or Ixith. would take such under a violated constitution-they ulatr stoop

Representatives of the United States of "i action. With such guarantees for the faithful i This does us serious injury, because i We believe the Georgian: Military Insti- !steps as woul give security and safety to to talk of coercing one portion of this con

1 '. Ain e,ira in Congress assembled zcns at maintnanc of democratic doctrines acknowledged power and stabilityalways tute offers better i the lives property of our citizens, by federacy into an
a facilities
there' be. and is hereby granted ,to Tat .................. July 14.Flemington..Tuc8diy we \ endorsement of the platform command respect among nations, I practical ; driving back, killing or ciptuningencim parties to another, and ignminots'lobrll

.: State of Wisconsin for the purpose of 15.Micnopr..Wl.du'day' and in his long pubic career, in which anJ are among the best securities against and useful education than any Institutioncf of Indians as should invade our settlements and the extent of our resistance. chrr

in the construction of a railroad from aidIng 16. he has proved true t every promise, and unjust aggression and in favor of the maintenance learning in the State. ; but they hveailell in rain ; As an avalanche augments its of
\ power
Madison, or Columbus, by the way of Portage Orange Springs-Friday, 18. i i.j his unexceptionable private life, in which of honorable peace. nearly seven months haing elapsed and destruction as it ruli.onwar ao doa this

City to the St. Croix river or lake be I'alalka..Saturclay; 19. strict integrity and exemplary virtue have May we not hope that it is the missionof [COMMUNICATED. but one party of the Indians been surprised ominous absrb within itself .

:. twen townships twenty-five and thirty -Meting will also be held at St. Augus been conspicuous, the democratic party I the democratic party, now the cnly surviving INDIAN RIVER.MR out of their boundarysvlmilst! a number: every lesser element of destruction m t

.1; .' one, and from thence to the west end of t4e Black Creek and New- enter upon the canvass with entire confidence conservative party of the country, EDITOR : A short} description of Indian of innocent citizens hare fallen sacriftsed to its pith. ,
{ of success and of glorious future .ore to overthrow all their To meet the coming storm with !
J.k Superior; and to Barfield And also a long sectional parties savage ferctJ. all iti
; nansrille If which River I
( due notice will by who has been
one there
gh"en for the and the before fell and
-' frm Fond du Lac on Lake Winnepago,, b party country. and: restore i peace> friendship, and mutual 21. Resolred That we deem tho force flion pr.Ife stanl upon a plat- :
+, northerly to the State line every alerat It is expected that one or more of the LANCASTER, June 13. 1836. c ont"enc which prevailed in the good old L and since the outbreak of the Indians: at present in the field, holy insufficient to form which. and unmistakable ;

.! eton of land designated by num- Democratic Electors \"i accompany them. Sir: The National Convention of the t among the different members of the may possibly convey to our uninformed accomplish the objects expressed above ;: terms, gives the only just and true construction -

six sections in width on each side The citizens generally without distinction Democratic party, which assembled at confederacy 1 l Its character is: strictly national friends:, the actual state affairs there. and as the Federal Government through of our great constitutional guarantees
f of said roads respcctirclr. But in case it Cincinnati the first and it therefore asserts no principle its Secretary of War has declined of civil and religious liberty_.lie
v f party arc invited( attend, and an on Monday in June It must known to that Indian to call ..
,t. shall appear that the United States have, t unanimously nominated you as a candidate for the guidance of the federal g'Jver b many in I larger forc.un les the officer command reserved rights of the States and the inherent

when the lines, or routes of said roads are will be aforded to any who may, for the office of Prctidcut of the United inent which is hot adopted and sustained River proper extend from Jupiter Inlet to in;; i in Florida, deems it necessary we aretherefore powers of the people the Territories,

s1,. definitely fixed, sold any sections or parts desire it to reply. States. b y its members:in each and every: ttate.- the Jaulover. a distance of some 140 to 15 compelled to turn our To these principle* the struggling masses

thereof granted as aforesaid, or that the We have been directed by the Convention For this reason it is everywhere the same miles. In this distance there are many to the State alone in order to atention of the Old World, watchful of the examples

right pre-emption has attached to the; MR. RUCIIANAX. to convey to this intelligence and determined ro of all geographical parties, valuable tracts of land unsurpassed by necessary aid, and this meeting is of the our father gave them, will turn tit
: Fame, then it be lawful for you so; much and sojustly dreaded by thu Father any that the loss encouragement till to strike for freedom.
!: shal any agent, We publish to-day the letter of to request you, in their name, to : in the State opini'J. which will be sustained
not To
accept only affording the settler these principles traitors
or to acctp of his to institutions
From its our
b applted by the governor the nomination for the exalted trust which Country. very nature by the distraction of and
tance of Mr. Buchanan and property,
:'' of sid Slate et to the ap appeal as the chief magistracy of the Union imposes. i it must continue to exist,so long as there is the benefit of an overflowing forest, but the depopulation of the Southern Conmi-' at home ani l abroad, dreaming of

.''i proval of the Secretary of the Intcriorfrom a complete refutation of the barefaced assertion The Convention,,founding their action a constitution and :Union to preserve.A .- also every luxury which the most delicate ties, (not weighing tho blood of our citi- the downfall of republican liberty,will ton

.' the lands of the- United S'atcs nearest to made by the 'Sentinel" and other upon the time-honored principles' of the .: conviction of these truths has induced appetite or epicure'could ucsire. Katurearpar 7.pit ) under the inadequate protection af but to.dee that our institution stilt stand

4' ". the tier sections above specified,so much Know Nothing prints, that he was Democratic party-have announced their many of the purest, the ablest and most forded by the small and insufficient force strong.To
opposed this river
t on to have this
land in alternate sections, or parts of sec to the of the Kansas Nebraska views in relation to the cheif questions i ndependent of our former opponents, who; distributed no\f on duty wil! be vastly greater than I platform the pious Catholic
tons a" shall b equal to such lands as passage which engage the public mind ; and, while have differed from us in times gone by upon gifts with the greatest lbrtity. Fish the cost of the maintenance of force sufficient mother, as she teaches her infant to hip |{
Act and had stated that he would : a thankful Heaven f.r
to the Mesaings
hare sold old and extinct issues to of almost prayer -
otherwise the
or party
adhering to truths of the past, have COle every description ; flesh we have protection of the inhabitaiits.and -
appropriated, or to which the right of preemption have voted against it if he bad been in manifvatt4 the policy "f th. present in n i into'our ranks and I devote themselves with I any quantity of, bear and deer, and those the! speedy termination of hos- we enjoy \.ill turn with farful gratitude -
I has attached, as aforesaid, which Congress. We denounce this statement asa series of resolutions,.to which we invoke u:10 tie cause or tii. -- poltufewi;
lands (thus selected lieu Under these circumstances I most 'Resolccd, TI the I Governor of ---4p ja.vvMmAofif IL
in those attention. c.
sol libel and call for the record. The same your la erty; an 1 she knows that u long u that
\ : not much half a-mile
range, over State be
and to which pre-emption has attached The contention feel assured in tendering cheerfully: pledge: myself, should the nomination requested to order into immediate proud banner floats the other future

I ,. aforesaid, together with tho sections and i I papers, are so desperately hard up far, something to you this signal proof of the respect of the Convention be ratified by the from the river. I must not forget Merrill's service, a force of at least one years may repeat, the hope ritual a mother

l .r part of sections designated by odd num.: to say against him, that they hare to and esteem of your countrymen that they p people, that all the power alt! influence Island. On this there is I quantity of excellent thousand men, two thirds to b wel mounted taught him, without political oitrsciira,

.(1 as aforesaid,and appropriated)a aforesaid go back thirty seven years, and hare raked truly reflect the opinion which the people con-titutionally: possessed by tho Executive land, adapted t almost all the crops the bIinc; on foot; the occupy in the land of his fathers. And in this
I : shall be held shall bo exerted in firm but the posts to be maintained
) and
by the State of Wisconsin of the United States entertain of a con nuces-ary ,
resolutions which eminent cultivated in the South. platform patriot heart will
they every
up some falsely assert your Sugar and cotton the horse renjnie -
for the dilatory the I[ to continual
use and purpose aforesaid character and : spirit, during single term keep up 1 scout in I those
; distinguished public which etabluued
I 't. Appored That the lands to be so located were reported by Mr. Buchanan to a services. They cherish a profund conviction shall remain in office, to restore the same can b raised on it in.abundance. But the Counties of Ilernando,p Jefferson,maintained principles by Jackson, ,and nobly bj-

'. case be further than f.ftcen meeting in Penn jlrna: hcldjn 1819. that your elevation to the first office harmony among the sister States which enough has -been said- by that celebrated- Orange Sampler and such other .places as I \ sustained by Franklin Pierce, hare

miles from the line of the roads in each That the public may hereafter recognise in the republic will give a moral guarantee prevailed before this apple of discord, in gentleman who was the cause of our lastIndian the enemy in 13' invade. planted many a bright star in our azure
r. 1 case, and selected for and on account of that the form slavery Agitation, had Wen cast 4th. Resolred, That the citizens who
these resolutions and brand to the country the true principles of and the field have conducted us gluriotulf
them war so ;
as they ha exageratcd products
: \ said roads: Provided further That the the constitution will he scrtcd and into their midst. Let tho members of the : already enrolled themselves, into an and
maintained through two foreign wars
*...I lands hereby granted shall be exclusively deserve, we here insert them in full: ; that the public tranquility will be- family abstain from intermeddling with the and soil of Indian River, that people imlepcnjlant company, called the Wacahoo tranquility at home have developed tIme
applied in the construction of that road "Resolved, That the Representatives in established ; that the tumults of faction exclusive domestic concerns of each other, going there are miserably tlisapointed.thereby .. ta "olunecl, will continue therein, and resources of our country beyond the dreams

)which. it was granted and selected, and Congress from this district be, and they arc will be stilled; that our domestic industrywill and cordially unite, on the basis of perfect doing greater injury to the settle take in such others: may offer to join,and of the most sanguine, and prirciples which,

f shall b disposed o only tn t work progresses hereby most earnestly requested to me flourish ; that our foreign affairs will equality among themselves, in promoting ment than if actual and undeniable facts that they will examine into all reports of if we be but true to omrselveewill, maintain

and tb Em shall applied to their utmost endeavors, a members of be conducted with such wisdom and firmness tho great national objects of common interest stated. Indian sign in or near our vicinity before the integrity of the Union, and extend

t no other purswbatorer And! praticfed the National Legislature; to prevent the as to asur the prosperity of the to all, and the good work will be instantly were giving entire credit to the same,and if correct our institutions over this vast omti-

furthT.i'ha any ad lands reserved distance of Slavery in any of the Territories people at home. while the interests and accompli ned. One great objection has been raised, and I I they will endeavor to kill or cap- nent and upon every spot where a schoolhouse -
I by act Con- or States which erected honor of but In regard to our foreign policy to which possibly some exist for it turo them.
Stats any may b by our country are wisely inflexibly grounds may ,, can stand or a standard float.
;press for the purpose aiding in any object eon gress.Reseilced.. maintained in our intercourse with you hare referred in your communication which isthat we cnnnolge ofFour produce, 5th. Resolced, That the thanks: of this With such principles, and with inch

t' of internal improvement or in any purpose That in. the opinion of this other nations; and especially, that your it is quite impossible for any human and that vessels 4 ft. meeting be tendered to Lieut. James Ty: leaders as Buchanan and Crcckinridgs,
over cannot
I' wbatsover, be, and the same are hereby, meeting the members of Congress who, at public experience and the of foreknowledge to prescribe positive rulesin drawing son ami his c'mmnianI.for their satisfactory dues any man doubt the success of our
reserved to the United States from the the last session, sustained the cause of justice jour countrymen will confdenc you give advance to regulate the conduct of a get over the bar. This has: been proved I exploration of the Gulf Hammok in Levy cause? For forty years the name of Jane*

) \ operation of this act, except so far a it humanity and patriotism, in opposing effect to democratic principles, so A to future administration in all the exigencies lately to be incorrect, as I vessel drawing County. S Buchanan has been more or less identified

may be found necessary t locate the route the introduction of slavery into the States render Indissoluble tho strong bonds of which may arise in our various and ever- over G ft. crossed and r crossed that bar,, J\I of which,on motion was unanimously with nearly every leading feature of tin 3

,i :. of railroads through reserved lands, then endeavored t be formed out of the mutual interest and national glory which changing relations with foreign powers.- without even tuming the mud "in her adopted. country's policy; and,as in the ipriDj-
in which case the right of way only shall Missouri Territory, are entitled t the unite our confederacy and secure the prosperity The federal government must of necessity On motion, Resolved, That the Waca time of his youth, though a Peonsjlranian,
.: lie granted,subject to the approval of the warmest thanks of every friend of human. of our people. exercise I sound discretion in dealing wake.. What then can b said or thought I hoota Yohmler hold themselves in read he buckled on his harness and periled hit

4 .; President the United States. ity." While we otter to the country our sincerecOLgratulatiOua with international questions as theymay of those "hired s.rnnt8" of the govern Incas to rnder all assistance in their power life in defence of southern soil,so will bein ,-

IX.,I SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That are the same resolutions that were upon the fortunate auspices occur; but this under the strict responsibility ment, whose duty it i is induce vessels of to any frontier settlement or to aid any: his coming administration know BO
Tp'se which the Executive t other
.I the sections and partt sections of land of the futur we tender to you personally must always cmpan.in repelling the attacks of North, no South, no East, no West, tot
't c bYlucb o charged upon Mr. Buchanan by Mr. Fuller the of the feel t the people of the United States a certain draught of water to come there, the
'hic grant, remain to the assurances respect and equally shield each from aggress''n.
;' '. ".'. St; tos, within sbal miles on each in the House of Representatives last winter esteem of your fellow-citizens, and judgment of posterity. You not only for the purpose of saving govern On motion, Rtlolrec That a copy of the And Breckinridge the gallant,chivalric

side of said roads, shall not b sold for less and which were at that time so flatly JOHN E. WAD, will therefore excuse me for not entering ment the enormous charter they are oblig proceedings of meeting be made out Breckinridge-the true type of Kcntnckj'i
t than double the minimum of the W. A. RICHARDSONHARRV into particulars ; whilst I heartily concur In,1 forwarded to the Governor of this brilliant th devoted -
.. prc public nailed to the counter by the Hon. J. Clancy ed pay vessels transporting supplies courage and intellect-
with in the sentiment that t States and that
lauds when sold; nor of said HIDBARD, you general the papers of the State be State-rights democrat who has threaded
any ,
4 lands JtDS of Pennsylvania in the following our affairs ought to be conducted but being likewise detrimental to the interest to publish the
.. become subject to private entry until S W. B. LAwascE foreign requested same. her valleys and climbed her mountains
a the same have been first offered at langg. He said, A. G. with such wisdom and firmness a to assure of the settlers, who cannot get hi t The meeting then adjourned.B. -the eloquent apostle of a pure democracy

t, '" lic sale at the Incae price. put "Now sir, I km enabled to state, on unquestioned JNO. L. MAX NINO, the prosperity of tho people at h'Jme" produce off owing to these misstatements 1 I II 1 Chairman _is the second upon our ticket; aid
O.\TE ,
whilst the interests and honor of
f 4 SEC. 3. And itjurther enacted. That ; authority, that the declarationthat JOHN FOBSTTH., but our coun- positively state, that any vessel drawing; S. J. LOWRIE Secretary. well do we know that should heaven, in
It I wisely maintained
are inflexibly .
the said lands James Buchanan W. PRESTON, try its incrutable wisdom remove our chief
tl hereby granted t said State was the I abroad. Our C ft. can cross Indian River Bar in safety. ,
F' shall be subject to the disposal of the committee which framed those resolutions J. RANDOLPH TCCKER: foreign policy ought ever to The of from our support, he would gracefully
..t ; leg ,: HORATIO SEYMOUR be based the principle of doing justice And moreover, there !r men there who Death-Knel Fanaticism. confer much
i islature thereof for the aforesaid it unfounded and untrue. I undertake urn From wear the robes of State, and as
,. :, purposes Hon. JAMES BUCHANAN.WHEATLAND to and requiring justice 1 have been driven from their hoes and all quarters (says the Lowell Advertiser from
41 1 .; and no other; and the said railroads shall here, in my place, t.ay to he House and from them in return and from this cmp of honor upon as be could receive
s be and remain public highways fur the country that Mr. Buchanan did I ; principle ed on the beach, who can pilot any ) telegraphic wires bring us them.

use of the government of the United the resolutions rcfered to, that he n npT; : (near Lancaster,) bhal never depart. that draught over in safety. But of those the joyous and universal shouts of the But. fellow citizens, let us not iadolg 5
i4 :.' States free from toll the chairman the June 16 1856. b placed in the executive chair in dreams of victory. Ss
or other charge upon of committee by -hich I I shall use best exertions to cultivate men and worthy citizens I will speak moreCuty democracy ratifying the nomination of idle an easy
1. the transportation of property or troopsof they were reported.. and that he saw GENTLEMEN : I hare the honor to acknowledge my : Buchanan and hare something else to do than merely to
peace and friendship with all nations, believing and let the public know who the Breckinridge. Not one
are democrat
the Unit State,. them until they appeared in print"This the receipt of your communication walk over the course,and every
SEC. 4. And be i of the 13th instant, informing me officially this to ho our highest policy, as real defenders of the eastern coast at pre: discordant dissenting voice strikes upon should go into the contest with the spirit
1 the bind hereby granted enacted to said, State That denial by Mr. Jones, effectually set of my nomination by the Democratic wel a our time most I shall imperative duty ; that but, at: sent. When the outbreak occurred,we all I the ear. The great democratic family, from with which the Spartan mother sent her
shall be the charge t rest at the time, and we are National Convention : same never forget in Maine to son to the field. Our enemies are numerous
disposed of by said State only in recently held at I case the necessity should arise which I do, felt alarmed, and left our homes to go to Calfuria are bound together
astonished that gentleman of Cincinnati, as tho democratic candidate like and determined;and could they proudly
that any for
manner following, is to respectability a brothers
That with heart
: not national Fort for and
say a now apprehend, our rights I Capron which bnd ,
protection, we cer and national -
the office bear aloft
President of the United principles as great
of land will risk his character for States
quantity exceeding one hundred veracity and national hand
honor pledged
8 must at as one man to the
and sections I shall not attempt express the grateful I b preserved tainly expected to b afforded us in our perpetuation as our own, their chances in the coming
twenty and included as renew the charge at this t all hazards and at
within.a continuous length of twenty miles t lat feelings which 1 entertain towards my Firmly convinced any sacrfc. Providence destitute and helpless condition, but even democratic principles, to the united I struggle would be formidable, indeeaV

vi-ruauB, may ,old; and day.By cmocratic fellow citizens for having deemed the affairs of nations special ; amunition was refused us, and wiile we and harmonious support of the democratic But they can rally to"no one comooB
r5ptivcl. b _govern us I of
) when the said persisting in such an unfair course, me worthy of this, the highest le nominees, and to the utter standard. By far the greatest faction
had flour
not meal
ocr His tined there
gvernor shal Plticl humbly implore blessing upon or was an immense complete which,
honor earth-an honor cn their forces fight beneath a banner
-- tify the of the they will provoke and justify the most vigorous on such as annihilation
\ Secretary that our country, and that lie may avert the beach of those twin curses know- the
) p Ir pie of no other have the quantity on one barrel I however triumphantly it may float to
_ t1llJ an/twenty miles of either of prosecution of the campaign against country power to from us the punishment wejustly deserve nothingism and black fcw
Mid roads are bestow. Deeply sensible of the vast and of which could not purchased in rEpnbtCnism I breezes of the North, will vanish like <
then b except
IflhY cmplet another their candidate, by the democracy and we for being discontended and ungrateful arc to weaken before the sa soon u it
like quantity of varied responsibility attached to the station while above all the shape of a at the very low sum of striving divide the great drops morning sun
privileges nations
il 3 IH b sold; and so from time t glnt until may give them fair warning, that wo, on our especially at the present crisis in our under enjoying such a constitution and such a Union I 3 cents and even(for this we feel.creatful American confederation. and bli__ . aoad shall no longer him as hare affairs, 1 hare carefully refrained from seeking While the stain sectionalism dings w
completed we usefulness
and spare
si ; said par has of
a roads been vouchsafed to other prosperity the
never the Master's
-w a Quarter Sergeant who country. tenaciously
tr ar not completed within ten hitherto done, out compassion for his the nomination either by word or deed. any t The Cincinnati every faction of our opponents as
M further sales shall be made and years no Now that it has been offered by the people.Yours tbrugbuut has shown himself the citizens' Convention has tolled the as did the blood to the hands of
unsold Ihl revert to the,United the States.land weakness, but shall expose the flimsey pretense cratic party I accept it with difdenc demo in very JAMES respectfully BUCHANAN., frend. those circumstances it was death-knel of both the traitorous factions, Lady Macbeth, our national principles sr'
of conservatism on his part. own abilities but with and the ides of November rapidly winning the support of thousands
my an will
i. SEC. trust best see them
John A. to secure some place where
further E W. Richardson
That n.ider fought
Andb lon. War of those who
that in the of Union-loring whigs
mt event election
I sunk into the
'," the Stat mail shall CAMPAIGN OPENED.The beenabledtodischargemy my in, may larry W., B. Lwrenc A. G. we could protect ourselves, independent of deepest shades of their native for great principles under the brilliant ClaT .

;, ;4 \ over said rad., under the direction of th TiE manner as domestic duty strife such a John L. Manning. Forsyth, our military friends. This was done, and darkness, and in the utter comtempt and the massive Webster. And here I
,,.' Post Office Department, at such price campaign was fairly opened in our toady preserve W. Preston, J. Randolph Tucker,,and of the American people. would ask member 01 the Amencaa
and with who will
a friendship Fort every
peace foreign Ca-
Congress by law direct State on Saturday the 21st tost Horatio Seymour Committee Ac. any Engineer compare Wb
't' ,, ; provided, by Judge and promote the best interests of party South who loves his country,
_t, '..:, That uutiluc price is fixed by law thu Hawkins, who then addressed a meeting in public.In the re Florida Deere pron with .ror Camp, must see that zMr.. Fillmore has gone and done will be his action when the issue shall be

Iha hare the power not only great judgement has been used in it in his letter presented it will of black republicanism
Tallahassee.The the as cartainly ,
I 4 i determine the accepting nominations, I need Within the last few a num- accepting the k. n. nomina-
4 t Approved June 3, 1855. SAtin finds great fault with the scarcely say that I accept in the same tier of beef cattle, week lar the selection, but that this small band can tion. Ho has touched pitch. The New Whatever or the democratic think I knOw platform that*
spirit the resolutions canstitutm* the market defend themselves against number of'ililly's" others may ,
and platform have arrived from and any York Commercial
we Advertiser iII
speech that Is for
:: shoul thereby judge it of erected FIQrda hold- in my own gallant little State there !
principles by the conven the wharves warriors who would have the .
4i IR New June was an efectiv one* The Sentinel also ad- tion. To this platform I intend to near Battery. there temerity ing a whig national convention immediate be but one response, and that black rtpab*
You confine
J a taU 2Yestrl1 city. anr.non mil that be mae some good hits, which mYlel throughout the canvass believing and they headed are generally for their ultimate up to place East of Day de, which seldom to come misses within the reach of a rifle, ly, and says with an equal mixture,of sor licanisni can get no votes there.I and c a at the will not discuss the various
: boats ..r and IYr lives lost. means, we presume, that the Know Noth- hare no right I the livery. Generally speaking, the drivers hat-ola rAnd anger,- cordant of oorfw

Buildings also in the were blown ing party was taken between wind and the democratic party, by answering inter- heretofore hare been in the habit of taking itnc( 150 yars. On.the other had, "We are surprised and grieved 3Ir- but there elements is and principles which wend

-.r iji ad struck by lightning. water. We hare no doubt the Judge has regatories before, to the present new and different issues them up at night, thereby considerably are our protectors situated 1 Theyare Fillmore, who owes so much to' tht whig from Illinois one who point preceded to me alluded my to

$- iIt people. lessening the danger all large surrounded by a thick palmetto scrubb party, and whose success in the, that isthe
more such shots in the locLer. It willbe present which I will briefly adrert-and ,
NEW You. many that in this
: : Jnne .-Cotton beary answer IIhould droves of cattle. The campaign
was expl arrivals depends the
J lat and woods affording upon adhesion to of know-nothingi n.
r i & ,and only 508UIes changed to The meeting was also addressed by the to the subject of each have been taken out in the day, and some every protection to him of the old line whigs throughout the religious proscription constitntwuali-

I 1 II.Z day. 'Flour had advanced (row bd. 10 Hon. M. A. Long and Dr. J. B. Lamar, a of the resolutions; and I shall therefore two or three of them, with very large the Indians in th<5 rear, enabling them to Union, should thus not only entirely disassociate I will not stop to with test its itself or with u

eW; centa, and Ohio was worth .andSouthern confine myself to the two topics now most and spirit than the have pick off every regular who would showhimself himself from his ty.its consistency like
.lkfl $6.05, 'er talented young gnteman whom we prominently before the hors more rest, early and stead spirit of the age,dinging, as it does* ?* *
Standard brands $C.g5 bbl. pople. quite unmanageable and ; and at the same timea iest friends, but should liberty;
; delightful tho
per happy t Bee And in the first turning utterly ignore deforming fungus, upon the tree
Whea bad advanced, and a ( b bn nomirted by pla : cordially con junction of Broad at. and the Bay, is held existence of the whig and show now
out fire
1 B w."orth the Democrats of Leon candidate cur in the sentiments temptation t the roofs of ver party deny. but I will state a fact or two to
per bDlbe.m I a for the i start up Broad at almost race horse speed, any power t aid in silencing 'agitation utterly false and irreconcilable witheTC11
lq t 57ceuts fr bU6bL Spirt.adnna the Senate. They also nominated Dr. convention on the subject of civil and religious to be imminent risk of the passers-by. the ofCr' quarters and block houses, or and restoring harmony." of onr history is the assumption npoa

tine ... firm.- Ric ad Turn- Lucien Dural, Dr.. P. B. liberty. No party founded on religious -' One small boy,yesterday was knocked off i should: say barrack and Commisrerat page which this religions test is founded.
7g wer Wab-Pakil or political towards his horse and his In the NE\V YORL June
$cthc. Brokaw and C. P. Intolernc one knee severely bruised. store. confusion arising therefrom, 21T. Fillmore The stirs and stripes have never wavw
House j elm of American .
-* .. Cbair \ : ctzen., whether born i The beevc that bad separated CII the I have no doubt the bcalns of :few of UnIt National American bae gone overunanimously in victory over a field or a deck that W1
; .; :;. i to tho Republicans. I*
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: It. -'Ctft TaIlor marshalled his ago, and when be and ire .
and Rcsacs be found occupied the Circuit Court -- -- .
a'Palo Alto bread Eastern -- -'
JefFersonum c."lrealt -- -
t republican pUt fila Ida for : -- -a.::- -2._ --.1 .., I: "
IrishcitboIi. Columbia 10th. "
totgTeateientof ( ) '!
'nn-wben eaaty. Grand -
to at least one or tbe Ratification JUeetlzri ) --- :: -
e..t' Catholic *s they were I this voted with editor o E. Davis Charles JL KolT platform KentuclJ-lSreckJarldrc InTUxIntt ments for the kindness which prompted I warded to tbe
t paper him rear after and at homf aavy agMt at ,w tfuttJ ,, i. Jp
i that every butIeLipeJwesron the fame Democratic rear, Merthanti JlIIIPb) A.I'&DniIlr Eloquent Response to the Enthusiastic you to desirr y presence. If I have I lea Jur ', "'Il-\t., \'
tt .n tcket-thtn ours tredin ander the DaJl.e or of tie Greeting of his betrayed into remark D.te)
IJ was against a1b would be the Dnb NcijUbora. more extended than ".J j
,f" rll more pleasing duty of Kolb & Fanning, [ Presiden- On the occasion n.ech.du!.vkk .lit ilJv. .
glowing terms reciUs supporting Monday teemed to demand fIiwt ,
i instead of evening last grand ratifi! you must .",
ie Ta.
." feaM.ll they ajpnoeing the election or WilliAm D. I i cation share the blame with me and the U kit'lI'nn4 ear* /M m tfoserf a*
meeting held
was in place
.1 sky flptu our esteemed feHow-citizeM and I "I111.Sidney S.HoweU of the Luington Ken- in error kis fpp inch mrtieU M 1.\. atonlulg As
to office in neighbor I James GiHiUnd and James ; tucky-the home of the democratic can.Jidate part at lenr, to'the account of your 7"used. .the <
a '
the i eflAtcrtnW..t.
rnH .ipinr gift of AII i
Charles American H. to warm wrkoma ,
,TBk*)history k>\es to cberib-to the reallic. and the highest Merchant* and Xickols, Rust. fur the TICO presidency....at which the and friendly attentions q4.J.f.otd spf.r t cia..., cU&d u..
*_ q a fnediflyrelLrke I" political distinction in position or surviving partner I nominees and platform of tfcr democratic In one sentiment I terror* we can all hese tn'ilIua II a
(6 the under '
th&t 1d lde. ) waswaU wo..reL"I the name of i e him national coDvt'DtionI'rl'8 rmwt concur: That the great uiaue* involved in ,,.
la ___ Gilliland howell ot C., be will! tJJphaticall.1 this FORM 07c.yj &
contest be 4ILcu.
be known and
never may to decided
hi ;
that Benjamin Q. Thronton J enthusiastically eedorsed. In as to- preserve
"Te:e"hell I*D uru I PROGRAMMECelebration K. W. Andrews.and Ilercnlc nor iK.ticing this great outpourbsof the the'constitution, advance the general d"Tri1Hrf'-, and-. _, fa a.' i' .
pie added : peo fItk' '
: 'C.rl& : and ple. the prosperity and give
o new Sta&e
a of
TIlE Complainants Kentucky Statesman- guarantee of the -- hereby .
this from (* e days or io this cause having says : "Not ; *WBlllr that, ..tw ,
.. .Dd. 'Iort Catholic o 1. filed their! BiU or Complaint and it withstanding the short and fimited notice equal and perpetual union of the states. bI of- for.I.&M..CM' '

1' pre tie, hve hur 'of the Forth of JaIl ing by the affidavit of Omle. M. KoIb the of the meeting and though no notice whatever fa M BC7Pud'u'U'rrwwwioM.. ,
c pbkhJ..0UthiIL Un .. .
.fjcta (ear the> l>rje tbood. Complainants, that all of said Defendants : relent was given to the country of the DROUGHT TO JAIL.- days reeetp ot tie contract at U*

: pot >*t! .humble followers Salute of 13 Guns in beyond the limits of said State, to wit: ; nut of an immense concourse r>f citizen, fact the 2Stk of May, a a maa post office niMMd or navy ages deeipun t ea..
W .111" the Homin-:. Defendant, Benjamin (I. Thronton f numbered OX .JlI9 eate the contract for the same with nod sad r'*
ISI7J". kingdom was D 4ti MUSIC. !f.!? *.he' State of ( at a new by thousand, assembled at the appoin says bit HUM M OLANDEB,aDd .boK Boieal sureties f aad U rase aaidrshag ss. '! '
rgia !
and the aaid laflt
.d seek worldly power or __ _.__ some of ted time around be befog to ifr SarahSaita of .. to
they the eater into
D The pabtic are n lIuam JjLLUtnd, Sidney S. 1I0.el1 th.... platform and evinced ryDUtrictS.C. The eoatrsct as afurvsaid we MaraatV.
to aaid
requested meet at the COURT Gilliland ,! the negro ia 25 or 2Syean to make
and "' goed the differeaco '
orS1 J.me.II. J enthusiasm in the belweea u.rff. ..
Nkkols re$
hare the
of military on of the partner, object of
yr T them are prm"il% ntt A profession, will morning then be formed 4th under, at the 9 o'clock the city Charleston, in the State of teti- the meeting. At the rinpng of the court of age, and 5 feet 7 or 8 iaehea high, and ofayelluw lie aid-and that which may U'aot.puq.Signataimof ..
1qb3S. 'nnl t.ioaof direc- linii, and the said Defendant house bell the eompleetiu fh* uwneror owners are
ad yet no Catholic pre.t has Andrews Hercules. yard presented a solid mass requested to euae forward h'O'JllUUtC'flI a':; t.
"j aeI1 eitberwithlheeice4ion in the city of Baltiwure, in the (.f the of prove property, pay
q a pL t Mexico at the | 0 J. G. DELL, Marshal of the Day, Maryland. Therefore, on motion of Felix will t- living beings, and great impatience was all charges, and tab him sway,or he will be dealt (DafeAwieeint r
o )
to evinced the with
two went repueit ton, Esq Solicitor by assembled masses to according to law. ."
.1 And the for pail I Complainants i give .
f .
$f. Moving Aid*. dered that said Defendants do and so vent to their feeling*of approbation forth A. B. HOGARTH, I' J hereby certify that tho abore aamej- -_ :I.
N deliberate 'r the appear ,
wtl ma FAIKBAXKS. II. It. SADLER, swer to said Bill of Complaint on : principles and nomiOl't's of their Jachsonvflle. April ?-tf Jmilor.-n bow. 0 me. .of propert, & f' .
K.M -NebrakB or
the ** party.
vohe4 II Im F. T. WHEATON first while make good their .
I WM. ALSOP Monday in November After guarantes
bringing next, or a several speeches had been NOTICE. ,
W ere aYil.bld made. .
i.FlXJOetS ever lisa SAM MAYS, CIIA. HOPKINS. confesso, will be taken against then and in- and a series of (SlpatanY -
prewuretu upon excellent IRTY Date
tJe La further ordered that publication of had days after date, I shall apply to tie ( ) .
tho.SaDflhl I fly clergymen of e.aeDpe made in some newspaper been adopted, "the air wa again rent" A Jlonorabl WILUAX A. Foa"Au.lor per- To b4 ligittd If f,. rmStd Situ t&tridt

.t "' atrangte tl.e right of the ORDER PEOCESSIOir. bastern Circuit of Florida published who says the Statesman, ''br loud and minion to toll the Real Estate situated in the udge, Unittd Slates district aUarnt* e.iisd.
once a-week prolong
_.- I1'a. pre cnbed in the MUSIC. II months consecutively previous to the : be- i ed shouts for Major Breckinridge town of Jacksonville, Florida of the heirs of Mra. or nary iguit, ,and aa ollur.
ttioMtr twn Congress ; and Eliza L. t
V united d upon pit Honda Fernandez, deceaied.
of November
clergymen. CHAPLAIN OF THE DAY. nt every when, in response to the calls of the .
I el.but a' for the high and I Given at Chambers, this the eighteenth : but ple. hU tall and graceful funn peo- FERNANDEZ Thefoflowingsretheh required at ta//
J'; grater rllc DAY AXD READER. June, A. D. 1355.WILLIAM. appeared Gaardiaa. respective yard*
tht' Cbrwti-n purity of the elereoontry upon the platform to receive the ,
aJ VICE PRESIDENTS A. congratulations MAINE.
.= than wslfi but when I OF even of his fellow
TilE DAY. citizens the enthusiasm SHERIFF'S SALE. No. I
,white-oak .
plank stock Ion
No.2 waft
sacred r)ls to enter the to *
11 their the ii: THE CLERGY OF THE TOWN. I hereby certify, that the above contains of the multitude knew no bounds._ WILL be oM before the Court Howe door oak pIaDL N.3 whiw-k presniacuceaMaben. .

1.t' "hen and they ..ntily cUe '"elr (All of whom are in,ited to join in the procession J JI ) copy of the original order filed in my C! canvass Repeated and loud shout flf applause fr the city of Jacksonville, on the fint timber. No', 4, white-oak keel piee* and'Adder
Monday in
ndwotioD o appears from the files of this Court. decid- some time July next the "Jackjoorille and stocks. No. 6, yellow-pin
prevented plank
ft tltkeie.' in political strugglesCaen I MASONIC, ODD FELLOWS, IXTEXDAXT addressing the assembly Alligator Plank RoacIfI ttocfctogfc- ;. c
)se F. but when his together with iU Toll 8, yellow-pin mast and spar timber; 3oi Iff
partisan, "hen they AXD COUNCILSEX OF THE T 'S. clear and Hoaset and ,
tb prelate Clerk Circuit Court Ci.!. other eloquent laud.appertaacM and priviledjre. be .bit.piDe. 1,0. 1 1, aih white-oak board .
voice eypresa
th' rulliUOtld ul0D the rlat.i AXD OTHER CIVIC ASSOCIATIONS. Dy S. S. 310WI Deputy was. beard every tongue was hushed. lunging to said Road levied apuo to satisfy a No 12, black walnut, ch.ny,mahogany. H..1J,. \ ,
: Jan lB and the z..t mnlrU'I :_ fefa, 1I fetor of ileRae
i lS64mxw a -- Brevardagentof the locust. 3.0. .
'. t. All of whom from his mnggi I. .--fl__. U-.hil. oars and hickery bars. f
invited lips. )
( ,
.0.ell CUJ I'. g'fle.." .. are uei.Nr.nXi.Xi to unite uxthe nrwMum \I u..it ,.4>un isaatern Circuit of *lIi"4wPluk Rrtexl ComP No. 15, while-oak sad .>. .. J#
i. m.r."'s ._
rp t "I.li.und: ; i nor wtL- 1U ne In tbe order requested by the Marshal. ida tor Columbia COllllt1Ui.m ).. are We give below! the substance of Mr.Breekinnidge's JieEr7nviiie, 17161 ...4.t "' spu.es. naiia. no..33, ieo, zinc, taa- ZSy .
There rdW.. 4o.V
their sacroilof. \ II. remarks, u reported in the panes,oUavAfii le28Iaz-
.i tatu&e cherub ulr"ng Gilliland. Sidney United eanras. No. 29,cotton N 30 lax aa4-
be Statesman States Kail. eanvaav ,
.. trutb. i tbf rbta I' Ladies, representing the States of American I I Howell James Gilliland, and S'l I IU. been :Washington Union. FLORIDA.P. cotton twin No. 31, glass. No.32, leather. Nou-
** t
rir.rftbcb'mr.tnce' Union will occupy the seats upon the Stand under XicLols j MR. DRECKISRIDCE'S SPCCCH. 33, hose No.34, brashes. No. 37, pitch, tar, ,. .
; "' tbofe ef f freedom Col. Hart's Grove at 10 o'clock, in time for the Merchants and surviving copartners, | j than Orrict I>rriaT tTr, i
!. .rindl.lci Fellow-citizens yf the ,.. roein. No33, tallow, soap,oil. No.40,s& ..-' I.
a r t as i using and under tbe of cham- conn ty of Fayettc --_.- '' s
fsthe? brought dean '{ arrival of the procession, and under the eatort of a trading name I .a. 5*y &". ry. No 4 1, .- .
." t1e lf: and i we will but trM' Committee. Gilliland Howell A Co, a late I have been invited by your committee to PROPOSALS for carrying the malta of the wood..rI
O0rVt, "e haIL our. ,. the of from October I CnARL.E.S1'OWYfAfCnC' n : .
t I. fnd j' t Mo Collea- accept congratulations my neighbors 1656.to Jane
h.tIMCITent :.th 1ru: at 1uuuymed; The procession being formed, will proeeed to Benjamin G. Tbronton and Stephen r and friends nomination 30, 1959, on the following route in the State of No.,white-oak plult.tockioCS. N*.3, whit*'

1 .1\1 TIt.II rnWVdbwi5 bfor Langton, the the pive of the Oration Cot Hart's Grove, when E. Davis Charles M. Kolb, and had the democratic upon for my thence by Florida in the manner herein ipeeiaed, will be oak promiscuous timber. Moy4 whit*> ak keel .. 'I
the President and Vice-Presidents of tbe party presidency
.- "tU h.mc I nay, Joseph A. Fanninp. in received at tIN Contract Office of the Post Office pieces and.rudder stocks. Not -e 1trUnr-piae'
P an a.mmulten\ the Clergy of the Town ,ufl the Orator and Read. of the United Slates. I could decline
duen their 'ar. tl ll rtie1WaTed. i Merchants trading under the name I not I I Department in the city Wajhingtoo until 5 p. plank stock logs. Not 7,yellow-pin beam N:- -
lay. er, will occupy seaU assigned on the stand. of Davis Kolb A Fanning, and this invitation, cumin 0'r from a tleotJle- I, m.,of the 1st September, 1556, to be decided on 10, white pine. No-H, ash. cypress, whito-oafe -.

det.in )nngcr.ity&eodd Hercules R. W. Andrew. j who have on all (occasions received me the next day: boards. No. 12, black walnut, cherry, mabogany .'
hi 1 llo r..1 fr, 1 P brie rrnmiFe3n' l Tilt ConipUinants in this cane, havin against with unifunll kindness ; and fir the cordiality I 6857 From Colninbtu, by Fort Fanning, Shoal maple. No. 14, white-ask oars and hickory

iu ibeirStates For our ticket filed their Bill of Complaint, and with which ou now welcome I Town Old Town, Clay Landing, Atsena bars. No. 16. black spruce. No.20, eompoeitkie .
,!. r I';tYluoi. frumIbenot le*.tha PRAYER BY TilE CHAPLAIN. rearing by the affidavit of William II. in } Otie, and Ilomoeaacta to Bay Port, and and copper SauL No. 21, iron. No. 22, spikes t
can return the thanks of
1 ISOlbr Welt. never l"&t.heI NATIONAL AIR BY TilE LADIES. one of i.Vi'l complainants that all of said was only warm a grateful back twice a month in iteamboU.Bidders ail. >o 23,lead sine, tin. N* 25, hardware.No. .

I '=;fo that funJI i d,< lIt roll upiirprmjOritY ants rexi'le beyond the limits of this State, the heart. will state the distance and propose a 27, pa ta,oils, Ac. No.28, flax can. 5e>. J.
_A'.rJin" ., the votes Ct.th.u MUSIC BY TilE BAND. I the said Defendant Benjamin G. Gentlemen the proceedings of the democratic schedule which will make doe connection with 29, cotton canvass. No 30, flax sad cotton twin*. I

u.tt'r f* the w.nt of bUUft READING OF TIlE DECLARATION. I Dablanag-x in the State of Georgia, the 'l of national convention are before the the steamers plying between New Orleans La, No. 31, No. 32, leather. No.33, So

; 1lf fl'el Buchanan Breckin- fendants Stephen E. Davit, Cbarlett. country. Of the three statesmen who and Key Went, 'la. 34. brushes. No. 35, banting and dry good.No ..-' ,

.c.' o .0 MUSIC. Joseph A. Fanning in the city of Augusta h the were made most prominent before that Proposals fur (tnce-a-week Ice are also a'ited. 37, pitch, tar, resin. No. 33, tallow,soap,oiL .

1" OILTIOX.nEXEDICTIOS.. State of Georgia and the said Defendant of So.39.lbipehand1err. No. 40, stationery. 5..
cules K. W Andrews in the of body by their own merits and the attention NOTE. No.41, fire-wood. ;
CC'IC T 1..01 THe 1TII.At the Stale of Maryland. There'fine. on bill of the people. the choice for the presidency Proposals most he guarantied by two responsible BROOKLYN NEW TORKl I.

AEI.i-rvliminan meetingf tlic I cltZtnl MUSIC.At Felix LiviDston, Eflqr. Solicitor fouaidCom fell upon Mr. Buchanan, as a becoming [ person, eertiSed to as such by a postmaster No. 1, white-oak plank lops- No.2, white-oafc

a ,, ants, it is ordered, that said Defendants do tribute to his long public services and or judge of a court of record; and contract mast plank. No.3, white-oak promiscuOus timber. Ne.
for the due cclcbratiaof the clo emvcncd t tale hlelo will re-form under the direction of tbe Jlrot'e Marshal and answer to said Bill, on or before the first his pre-eminent abilities. The annunciation -I be entered into by the successful bidder, with 4, white oak keel pieces and rudder stocks. ,JV v f
4th of July' D. HART J'y in November next, fir a Decrre confidence surety, before the 1st of October, 1556No 6 pUnk stock N .7
tk C.t I and his aid, and proceed to the Grove near the of his name begets in every will be made for not ,yellow-pin log ,yellow-pia
will be pay trips performed,
Trt-sidf of the Ceremonies residence ofJ. C. Hemming, Esq where taken aga.in.it them. And it is part of the Union For forty years be has and for each of such omissions not satisfactorily beam No.8- -M' and spar tlmbervN
ijipointcd dered that of this Fu .
? order toe
I publication 9
white-pin mart tkaber. No. 19, white
rf the Day, and' (-1- S. C rriNCTox, nndjLywl I \ Sinner some newspaper, published within tbe lived in the public eye. lIe has the largest explained three times the pay of the trip may bededllcted. No. I I.ash, cypress, white-oak boards, No,aia/12, ; ..
GL\t: Public in t affairs and from his For arrivals for behind time as tobreak
Circuit experience political
of Florida
ce-rrcfii'U Tlie necessa- ) once a week for four the re black walnut cherry, mahogany. No. 13, locust
rr th .jo.
> consecutively, previous to the said first 1- long services in the executive and legislative connexion w depending mails and not No. 14,white-ash] oars and hickory bars. No. IS, ,

Committees were alOe arpintel' And will be provided. in November next. > departments of the government he sufficiently excl one fourth lbs compensation white-oak staves and beading. No. 16V black
for tbe is to forfeiture.
subject Fine will be
r Given at Chamber this the No. 13
Col. eighteenth e!5t:3 perfect familiarity with sprue ligBonvita. compositIon
slcttd pos. every unless
the be
thfCommitteton In\ittion TIIC PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENTS June, A. D. 1S56.WILLIAM. of imposed, delinquency promptly and and copper nails. Ne. 21, iron. No 22, spikes, .
branch administration. In the
II JOB T. SASPtEsoN deliver the Oration. I OF TilE DAY. A FORWARD discharge satisfactorily explained,for neglecting to take the nails. No 23, lead sine tin. Net 24- pig igiON25hsedwase.n.27pasiisNg .- .
of his public duties, his great talents have mail from or into a poet office; for suffering it io l
I sad AtnTtDts D V.UETT, Est.] to read the i THE ORATOR, THE CLERGY AXD READEILA'D Jlld l heen be injured destroyed robbed or lost and for .28, t .
and the ;
I hereby certify, that the above is a true universally recognized purity flax canvas. No. 29, eotton caawas. No. 30; flax
j prtliration both .d l ,tuU have accepted THE LADIES PRESENT of the orign! order. filed in my office, as of of bis character commands the respect refusing, after demand, to convey the mail as frequently and cotton twine. Xu.31,glass. No.32, leather. .

; the Cumtniltre.J from the files of this Court.S. of his without distiction of as the contractor runs, or is concerned in No. 33, hose. No.34, brushes. No.35, bunting .
: tht'mvititkmin Utters t/ Will be brat seated at the table; and fr the SCARBOROUGH.Clerk 5ition I countrymen l.ar-I running, vehicles on the route. The Postmaster and dry goods. No. 37,pitch,.tar, rosin. No.38. j. S
In other countries he is
i ianhrs&n Doppott will i er- i otwervance of order and decorum at the Dinner, Circuit Court Cut the ty. General may annul the contract for repeated failare. tallow,soap, oil. No.39, shin-chandlery. No.40stationery. > ,
a'll I tbe arrangements of the came will he under the Bv S.S. MOW, Deputy de I tinguislied living representative of the intellect to run agreeably to contract, or for disobey No 41, rewooc1.PillLA.DELPIIIA .
(iirmtUeirrcfpectite anJ honorable duties, supervision of the Committee Arrangeineuts and Jure 23, l56-4in.. of all and character of the Uii.ted: State; I II ing the post office laws or instructions of the department.

tl* roornJnji; of the 4th, in the fine Marshal of the Day. and none of us, I am sure. have forgotten The Postmaster General may alter ,PEW3TLVA5IA.
Crote ncsr C J. IlartV ri.tenc. accord- Brought to Jail, i I the signal ability with which on a recent service the schedule.by allowing He may-also thereof a order pro raM an increase increase on of No. 1, whits-oal pfank stock longs. No. tf .

tlic irraiicucltt feet furlh in the ORDER. O IN the 10th inst., a Negro Man about 25 Ameri.1 J.I occasion, he vindicated the just claims of the contract pay. He may aLto curtail or discontinue white-oak plank No. 3> white-oak prom lcOU
rj t C of and about 5 6 the eminent diplomatists timber. No. 6, yellow-pin plank stock logs. N*. '
yearn age. feet or 7 i his country against most the service in whole or in part at pro rota
MUSIC DURING THE DINNER. hijfh, rays be is owned by William S. men, of Europe.Mr. decrease of pay, allowing one month's extra compensation 7, yellow-pine beams. No. 8, yellow-pin mast

lulme. of the Toasts Decal County, FUand says his name H in on the a.noont. of service dispensed with. and spar timber. No. 10, whit pin. No. 11,
meeting of the Committee of Ar- Rending Regular ; I Buchanan befong to a class of ash, white-oak boards. No. 12
.t The cypress black .
: owner or owners are requested to Bids should be addressed to the "Second Assistant -
rir mentl. following! resolutions were with Salute after each Toast.MUSIC. ward, prove property, pay all charges and statesmen nearly all of whom have pissed: Postmaster General," superscribed "Propo- walnut cherry maho my. No.13,locust. N. I'

him away, or be will be delt with _. from the stage of action. lIe was lung 3.lCated laJtSorXo 6957, Florida 20.white-ash oars and hickory bar,. No. 18, BgnnmritsB. -. -

a''lt: law. A. B.HOGARTH placed I :: in the public councils with Jackson For further particulars see pamphlet advertise No.20, composition and copper naila.

tl. :tortl! T1iatpucinritationl.e! given Jacksonville: June :9. Jailur in Clay Cjlhuun. Webster, Wright, For- ment for carrying the mails in Virginia, North No 21, iron. No. 22,spikes, No.23,lead, .-

to t tAL. through the iiew wieis ur SAL.UTC OF .11 (;UXS AT SCX- I |i I t .rth, and,others whose names: are cherished Carolina South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, Ac.xinc, No.tin.29 No.23, hardware... No. 27,paints oils, "
flax No.29
(ICC. Phila cotton canvas.
mmx.Bcning % 1955.
the thiiM whi, da.letl.J..aarl1 I
". ttau'Ith' to 11\ltic llial fur-I ,e Eastern Circuit of 'lorlda-Uunl com- as a portion of the treasure of the coun! JAMES CAMPBELL No. 30, flax and cotton t..in. No.31, No- ,
GUf ., Ile1 L. trT-ullllle: ( was not the least tar in that I 2,3eleather. N. 33, Ko.35, banting ami Ci
Mis June 21-lw Postmaster
i ly the Ci/tn nut lee Arraiijrciiu-iit* CATHARINE A. SAnLER 1rs
,1. Pl'a t' galaxy. His are I I dry goods. No 37. pitch, tar rosin. -No.38 tal.
( In that great compeers g-me, yeti ,
l the Jtoll > Chancery. ,
"lb tic1et.grati >\ aj-j.hingto tl&-II CATHir.itE McIxTO ) con- i i' he remains, in the vigorous possessioa of Proposals for Naval Supplies. t lie., soap, oiL No. 39'ship chandlery

by rrfWs rMlE| Bill of Complaint having been of 1 I all his faculties, standing in the midst of WASHINGTON, D C.

---- J. this e u"e. and it appearing upon due the descendants of those with whom he No.10, white pin. No. llasbeycmw&ite--'

I.Tr.t I'ICU lnttWc A nail will take place at night of the 4th, at tho that raid Defendant i is a minor and a em- commenced his career-respected and honored NAVT DKPARTKETT oak boards. No. 12, black walnut cherry utaho-
: Bureau Const'n, Equip't, and Repair, ,No 14, white-ash and ..
HOUSE France-It is ordered by the Court that gany. oars hickory bars 4\\ j
YUKE.Juiu> 23.-1 lie United Sta- LARGE HALL OF TIlE JUD50N all classes of his Like
: I the institution of this suit be publiehed in by countrymen. Jane 2, 1353. No 21,: No. 22, spikes,naila No.23,lead-.
tfi Meiro-.hii| Atantic Capt. Oliver ; under the direction of the Committee of Arrange- i newspaper in -ud Circuit for the space of all public men, he has been the victim of SEALED PROPOSALS to furnish Naval Sup tine tie. No.24, pig iroa.0.25, hardware. t

1dnde.artht.ti thil jxirt 1:>t nightuh uients and Marshal of tbe Day. days-and U Couper Gibb having been I detraction ; buithu has outlived iw influence, or the fiscal year ending 30th June No. 27,paints, oils, cNo..39, ship chandlery
front oil 1S57 will be received at this bureau until 3 No. 43J tank and galley iron. No.44, chain irou.
IJ't: the. to the pointed Guardian ad Iitera-all persons nor can the calumnies thrown out in the .
nut Among: her Jllr. 1th.)! COMMITTEE OF ARJU GIlIISTS. ted are hereby required to appear, plead ', party contests long past be more successfully o'clock p.must m., of be endorsed the 8th "of July next. Naval Theseproposals No.45/ ingot copper. No. 46, moulding sand,
Itn"t'ti"'r not Propo fl1'l" .trlw. tc
end talutes the C ,l- 1 swer the said Bill of Complaint within sixty revived him than aiainn the Bureau "
ec .re lin. frou againt Supplier, of Conttruetion 4c. that GOSPORT VIRGINLt. .
next ensuing tbe date hereof the ,
or same "
bit' Duel aud tile llaitcn- huiior of his I T. E. BUCKMAN, Chairman. taken as confeMed. : name memories of his honored associates. !they may-be distinguished from other business No.I,white-oak pUnk stock logs. No 3,wSifs-( t ,

Lm&1. The (,U amvcJ at Liverpool on c. DREW, j I J. H. McRORY, WILLIAM A. FORWARD, Of myself, gentlemen, -it does not become letters. oak pramiscou timber. No.6, yellow-pin plank
WILLIAM MOOXEY I WM fiP.OTHF. Bal The materials and articles embraced in tbe classes stock logs. No. 8 '
ti I Judge of said me to speak especially here, in the yellow-pino mast and spar tinv 't I j
I WM. CALK, I J. C. llE IIISG.I J P. SANDERSON Solicitor. dicta- named are particularly described in printed ber. No. 10, white pine. No. II, ash, eypreaa>
whom I born
LlVnruoL ,
midst of was
| a people
InrLLGIsra.-THt among schedules, any of which will be furnished to suchas elm boards. No. 12, black walnut maho- ,
June 17 1336. cherry
Ccrroi MAkker.-Tlie: tales vt I kt8 21-3ui and reared. My principles and course of desire to offer, on application to the command gany. No. 13,locust. No.14,white-ash oars and .

(110 the three Ua\e Have com- 1 iipO For Sale or Hire life are known to you aU.I ants of the respective navy-yards, or to the navy hickory ban No. 16, black spruce. Wo. 18,finonrritje. *- I

1ed117UUUba1cs. iiicluding 15uforeioniDdonriecuUtiun. I Gentlemen, the platfoam of principles agent nearest thereto, and those of all the yards No 20, composition axl copper ne.'w.

]> | ) The market clob1 : A good Wagon and a small but gentle adopted by the convention will attract the upon application to this bureau. This division No.21,iron No.22, spikes, naila. {o. 23.had, .
1 duU.and t NortlcrttlJrices.1fIft) brisk pair of Jlule' ; a young aud ? of of the and exert the into classes being for the convenience of dealers sine tin. No.25, hardware. lf.27, patet*, nib,
prices easier. attention country I
Horse and oondband ,
'H'r I a Buggy. criti- in each such portions only will be furnished as Ac. No. 23, flax canvas. No.29, cotton enrra
18 LOSDUN Musti MiBKrr.-Consuls for hire two trusty Boys, one a Caqwnter most important influence upon public af are actually required for such bids. Tbe commandant No.30, flax and cotton twine. No.31,. No.

Iuwdatfruw4.).9a'J41- other bandy at any work. Also for Sale, at fairs. Without entering into a discussion and navy agent of each station will 32,leather. No.33,ho... No.34, brush**. N*. j .

Gluau hTLIGUCF.-TIe! : English! crate prices, to actual seWers, (but not to ", of that platform, I may remark that it reasserts hare a copy of the schedules of the other yards 35, bunting and dry goods. No. 37, pitch tar,
Mie ii l tno.,) some 20 or 40 decirmUe buildings creedof for examination only from which it may be judged -! rosin. No. 38, tallow, oiL No. 39
T without otticial notice of Mr.i'naptou'i .. following books mid at the retail rates the old and well-recognized soap ship /
'filE the western suburbs of the city. have whether it will be desirable to make No.
application chandlery. 40
disll-1, ; but *i jew i lit i i" .a !. the North, and will be forwarded direct Appty' at Mr. CORK'S Cottage the democratic party, and then applies for then. Juno 17 4w stationery. \ 'I 1 :

fe and ( UnoRicial! state-. to the interior by mail upon remittance of the Opposite Mr. Wm and the principles of that party to the great Offers must be made for the whole clan at any -- ." 'a --

tiper tie Asia canted little Ccte- I price, with. Tbe ri II pontage stamps fur on pre-payment bound novels ofpoiltage. Jacksonville, June 21 IS50-lm. these. questions of the times. yard upon one of the printed schedules, or in Notice. -1 '
a London the. avenge :Upon the two iasuea which do now most strict conformity therewith or they will not be ."
T1 argue .
1\llt a I' l6eta. of the
owe For Sale the democracy : is hereby given that afterpelbrJe&tiOtft
the ; the position of NOTICE
personal and Union
one tha pruC EARNEST LINWOOD .. .. .. 91 OO the agitate articles must be of the very best quality, notice for six week, application will
Mata be
fur hereafter .
itj tie lal.j (The late book of Mrs. Caroline Lee deter- cannot conformable to sample, size,Ac; to be delivered I be made to the Commissioner of Pensions, for fhv -
I subscriber having moved from Jack. or misrepresented.They in good order and in suitable vessels .
Hents Ueceaned of Florida) TilE their and packages .ofthe duplicate Warrant Wot 6577, Act of I
Sum iHkirs I Fla, offers for sale a valuable have defined inexplicit terms their the be at the issued
hive excited notice inI MISS HURRAY'S LETTERS with her as ease may expense and risk 1355 to James E. ADen bte a private.hr
% ., Houre and Lot situated on the corner of construction of the guarantees of civil and of he contractor, and in all respects subject to I Capt.Company, in Cat.-'* Regiment
., 1.itot being generally under- I Florida descriptions .... .....1 00 Monroe streets, known as the ")[
I the inspection measurement count weight At of Georgia Volunteers h the with
that religious liberty which are contained in the > war th*
argued they would dif THE T) GLETOWX LETTERS..I 24 HOTEL. Said property was constructed of I of the yard where received and to the entire Creek Indians, the same having been Vast and a.
tttention frwm a l..rct n war. I Mayne Reid's capital Mexican and Texan prewly for a Public House, contains constitution of the United States. satisfaction of the commandant thereof. caveat against it* location entered bar the General
T n UM of Commons has jAS.'cd the adventure book;hart.Laowel bound, rUmmc, ten of which have fire places, has a : >nn a Upon the distracting question of domestic Bidders are referred to the yards for samples,I Land Office, dated the -dy of ---; A.D* .

MIiherlngtLe; oaths BO as to admit the I It viz :- well of water, beautiful young shade trees I slavery their position is equally clear. and a particular description of the articles; and 1856. + JOHJT M.PONS, _

Jan. THE WHITE CIIIEF..1 25 all the necessary out-building, u situated The whole power of the demestic organization all other thing being equal, preference win be I AU'y for Jszne E.Allenv

A5s.ttemptbas ... ...... 1 2 centre of the pleasant and growing city of right. is to the following proposi- given to articles of American manufacture. Jacksonville, 24lh>Uay 1-. t
made TilE SCALP ne "ERS pledged
t j b on the life (f r sonville, Fla., the terminus of the Fia. A. the Every offer, as required by the law of 10th -
**Vietn of I is reported that a L IIERTHA, tbe late work of Miss Bremer,. I 00 Central Railroad. tions :- August 1846, mast be accompanied by a written .. I

!U iDan present. pistoj. at her, who TIIESOXO OF HIAWATHA,Longfellow,1 00 Tbe above described property is in every That congress shall not interfere upon guarantee, the forms of which are herewith given. RoyalilaranaLOrnRY.

TBinae itt diwrmed.m PLU-RI-BUS-TAH, a hard Lit at Iliawa- pect very desirable either for a Hotel or non- this subject in the states, in the territories, Those only whose offers may be aceepted will

n inton France have er- tilL by Doefticks, .. .. .. .1 00 residence for a large family and is now or in the district of Columbia. be notified and the contract will be forwarded as
rn rent at400per annum, and will be sold thereafter which
: That the people of each territory shall soon as practicable, they will be .
t Ilu .. One hundred I THE CONFIDENTIAL CORRESPONDENCE bargain. by a .
j"OIr k. required to execute within ten days after its receipt
his brother determine the question for themselves and The &rand 4
with ,
ot t{ Napoleon Enquire of Menrs. Hartridge Timanns, at the post office or navy agency named Extraordiaary drawing of the Royal
1 torn crop u is only Jopb, 2 vols, superior binding..2 00 aontilte, or of the snbsbriber at FeroaoJina, he admitted into the Union upon a footing them. by Havana Lottery conducted by the Spanish Gov. 'I.
au -
O luU6d A DEFENCE OF TilE AMERICAN POLICY Jnne21-tf A of perfect equality with the original states, Sureties in the full amount will be required to eminent, under Ole supervision of the Captain !

J1* "Torted at Berlin Prussia Whitney, ... ........1 00 without: discrmination on account of the sign the contract and their responsibility certified Genera of Cabs, will take place at Havaaa :I

,: Sardinia had demanded, tha I ANDERSON'S MASONIC INSTITUTION'S Notice.FOR allowance or prohibition of slavery. to by a United State district jndge United lfr.iday, July 4th, 1856'J6OOO.. '.

*' t 1 aituite J a fae simile of the old English as That the law of congress for the returnof States district attorney, collector or navy ageuL.A. .

mi"in recognieins daitkm, iD 4 to form..2 CO the of eloing the of labor in additional security, twenty per certain will be
: purpose np fugitives pursuance
demand his been withheld from the amount of the bills until the
I Izia mar- :
piti. Te all of Red- t FI EGAN at $
t. I SIMMS' WORKS-comprising of the requirement of the constitution contract shall have been completed,and eighty per -
i field' edition of Revolutionary Tales sonville, and the business XarsauMill, executed.
shall be faithfully centum of each bill approved in triplicate by thecommlUldaat. .
resolved to j 123 the will sell at Public Kan
b erect Lombardy and the Border Romances of the South undersigned
d the vital the of the respective yards, will be .
r all these questions con- paid
Upon Grand Sorteo No. Estraordbaarle -
1 Jacksonville Fla the let of 29 ,
on August
-ot r entan rilc the King- : Preteott'i Philip IX, Dent Thirty TearaI I tbe following property, to wit: vention was unanimous, every state giving by the navy agent within thirty days after its C
other des- .
and him.It
Li Wa.hingtno presentation to CAPITAL PRIZE.
pp Irving-s *IO0,000flI
ktbi& i One Saw Mill with them his cordial approval.
Two-Gang complete,
iltl j a of insurrection, Biographical Standards. is stipulated ro the contract that, if defaultbe
R&r.coni5 lat rife of the Sul"o AT THE EAST FLORIDA BOOK STORE.C ty acres of land attached-located on tbe deed Gentlemen if these principle can be made by the parties of the first part in delivering Priia .__ 8 Prizes of $2O0t '
One-Two Saw
Ia Nassau Florida. Gang .
te ,
: Turkish maintained, every obstacle will be removed all or any of the articles mentioned of the I U "_ 10 ___ j,OOO 4-
outrages are rejK>rtd I DREW Ocean-st. near Day.HARPERS' plete, with ten acres of land attached- Bos to the peace and prosperity of oar coun quality and at tbe time and places provided then, 1 U M__IOO'OOOf I f 70 -_ 4001 .
committed againu the ChrUa near Jacksonville, Florida. One good Mas and in that the 149" s- .
; House with about fifteen acres of land try. More than this yon ought not to ask ; case, contractor and bit sureties I j :_._ 200 f. .
U "
will foofeit and to the United I 1
take. pay aa liquidated ZOApproxination.
Nineteen likely Negro Men; Two Lots in J less than this you will not consent to '
> *t U. ville; One Horse and Buggy; About I know you well enough to be assured that damages a sum of money equal to twice 4 Approximations to. the 9100,000 of KQQrmOn4or4XtoS50 :
the of the
Xelghbora amount contract prices therein -
Say .r MAGAZINE of agreed ( ,000 4 of 9400 toS2QCOO
Ila.ft I Hundred acres of lands in Nassau County; within the sound of ; ; 4 or-
there is
not a man my
upon u the price to be paid in case of the actual $200to$1OtXX4of$200tou,0oe; .
!'Vlntter Hundred of land in Duval
o trifling consideration Eight acres voice who does not feel that this settlement delivery thereof, which liquidated damages may t

'\J 11 th0 who bow a jot ; u1. Four Furniture Timber Boats Carts Anchors; One Iron, cte.Safe Ae.; SOMIO is just, and that in no other mode be recovered or retained from time to time as they WnoW. Ticket mt&f halves 91OQjiarten : '
; .
lopze him IBot More The Mills and Land will be sold on one, can the rights of the respective members accrue from the said parties of the first part or 95 ; .,
to *** ltpolitical is with and be and the either ofthem.Classes Prise*cashed at right at 5 per cent discount; ]
!fr, .bn AT TilE BOOKSTORE. and three years time, good of.the confederacy preserved 1,2,4,6,7, 8-to be delivered one- Bills'en all aolrent Bank taken at par.
The the will be cold one
curity; Negroes on years of the Union eecured.To
) npponent peace fourth part on or before tbe 15th Nay, one-fourth A<*awing will be forwarded aa soen-at the r--
Pa Expn-6.. a Nothing BALM OFA1jonanb witj| good security; all other articles for had of these
the maintenance principles part by the 20th J uly, one-fourth part by the 20th ultbeeome known ,.
published' jn the immeofMr. Those wishing to embark in the lumber .'.: are pledged the united e orts of the strongest September, and the remainder by the 1st December m Commanitation addressed'to DOJ ROn .

;lbo Buchanan's reai- @ .lowtrs.AT will do well to attend the JOSEPH tale. FIXEGAX, their political organization in the United 1957. Classes Nos.3 and 9-tl1e whole by PJttUIZ, (care of City- Post Charfe.ukItbe4thofJal7wilIb.ILtIendedta }. ft C.1 ,. -i
to the 15th May 1857. The remaining classes to -
La testimony to JOSEPH OLIVIER, States. You are not called upon now to
g integrity ad blamelesa life TUE BOOKSTORE. Fxecntort of J. D. Bellechatse, be decide subordinate questions of policy. be delivered-one-fourth one-fourth part on or before the ThJ above PMO was held hi Charleston Ia*VJuly.
U. 1st September next, part on or before
ttoductory remarks the ed Jacksonville, June 4, 1856. [June face with issues | juao 14
.a.L and TROOPS FOil TUG HEHVICC. You are brought to the 1st December nut, one-fourth part on or before .
I., lya : o which rock your country to its centre,and the 1st of April and the remainder on or befure -"
b man a one of oaf most FOUR COMPANIES WANTED. that involve the principles upon which your institutions the 30th June 1857, comprising at each delivery Notice, Withdrawal Lob ta Flor

I"- of AH instructed by the Executive to receive into OFFICE F. A. G. CENTRAL RAIL a-e founded. Hence a high personal a due proportion of each article. Class 10, Ida and Alabaoaa.TJT .- ,

znsnte' uuosulaOrn I tbe service of the State( Florida FourCompanies e JACEM.VVIU.E FtAt June 12, J SI'HE not is un and all following if additional quantities of any
1Pl Dtitl social anI of Infantry Volunteers. Preference Stockholders of the Florida, : responsibility imposed every of the articles named therein an demanded theyare i ., .,

.th daue inter- will L* ,.e. to Companies already organized AI Central Rail Road are hereby citizen which cannot be discharged by to be furnished on like term and conditions

a We know bim as part of Oen.Johnson Brigade, if presented at that a fifth instalment of five per cent blindly herding beneath party banners, or previous to the expiration of the fiscal year, apoa porraanea of.act entitled "Aa aM'gtI t;;

: .rl pr- perpetual benett canoe; but should new Companies be raised aDd I Capital Stock of said Company hat been plank uttering fierce rallying cries, or surrendering receiving a notice of fifteen days from the bnreaa 1 lag public 1andI.ia'aUeraato aeations totto ?

!l?? of thU dry. who, presented before the Brigade Companies are reported to be paid on or before the fifteen of July judgment to the dominion of the the commandant of the yard,or navy agent State o/JTorida aad Alabama to aid ia-the m- '

n LIt each sucoessireiover for duty,they will be received. Each Company By order of the Board and the passions. Ai the law requires the prepaymeatof pottage, itractim eertain railroads Did Stata*, SA.
o and must consist of one Captain two Lieutenants G. C. GIBBS prejudices and persons desiring the commandant of the yard ef proved 17th: May, ISS6 an the lands ryia withia jauna <-
Lunge F who shall examine carefully .
.f1.t ct frail o cl four Sergeants four Corporals and at least sixty See'y Treasurer F. A. A G. C.R. than He tbe navy agent to send them by mail schedules or Aeen 'miles oa each-aide of the following rafl- .

pp1y or Privates; and each private and non-oommissioned Republican and Alligator Advertiser the temperately the platform of the national such classes u they desire should enclose in theirapplication ,ondsan4bnaeh5ed5ahaciwi- it r.

the Buchanan Belief officer should supply bimtetf with good doable- copy. Jane 14-td democracy, compare it with the platforms postage stamps to ensure their transmission Tiora ,SU John's river af Jaekjowrine, to tb* I

& o tiranuahuppl of wood L. barrel. nfie gun and abot bag. of other parties, investigate the wanes before bat application to this bureau far inch watera of :.\. bay, near Panaaeola tnm r oj

43d 1U.< Captain raising Companies are requestsd to report Io Circuit Court Fasttrn Circuit of '.I the country, learn the strength and schedule will not require prepayment Amelia Island on the Atlantic tG the waters et -

ch.erful or. to ma without delay at Alligator,ear of Lt ida, Duval CV>unty.SuircL ] of otb organizations and then Tamp bay with a braach to Cedar Key, ea th* ..J".
their hear wt A. R. Bexleyi Ocala ear "Capt Robert Bui. BcrrwcTO, ) Au. Attachment purposes FORM OF OFFER.' Golf-of Mexico (except the Tamp bay poetics .

'' their ailt gratitude loch w at Bay-Port eare of John Z. Johnson at: *.: {Damages 10000. p prefer the decisions of his judgment to the :I, -,of Slate of kaera- south ef ru Junction wifi Bw Cedar Key branea;)

I .. litle onej to bleAt either of which points X arill receive tbeir Coopanies. WILUAM P. STAin ) Sworn to S5.000. temptations, of his passions will have per by agree to famish and deliver at the respective I and haa Panaaeob Tlo.ito Montgotnory Ala- (

. & uen a cU1 M. \f WT.SJU'JL TruE Defendant and all others interested formed hia duty in a manner answerableto navy-yards all the article named in the classes I bamahave! % by iaansetiocs front this eOoa bea t!
; rn Jan 28 IB5&- notified of the commencement hereunto annexed)agreeably to the provision of r and locatSao amtfl 4
Dn a word, I Alligator, I hereby and I the high claims of his country upon the suspended from sale farther
j'b .1 klded no : ; Bait by Attachment, and are required to. New of her tons. thapchedoleea therefor aDd ia comforaity with L ordetai ,,
_l ufour t KOTICE.WM. and plead to the same judgment will be patriotism th* advertisment of the Bureau of Construction,I Givssandermybssd&ItbO0511LIMf.. .
and before
&hdere be&tjUbefr nlh'ct n LEDWITH wUl act as WT agent dnrtog aauppy dafautt at the next term of aid Mf only purpose in appearing &c of J 111182. 1SS6. $0.aiWublngon,lbs twenty-third dsyof id

I &BUhat usuiln any absence.. TUOS. LEDWITB.JI'11G211t J. P.SAN DEESON gallon you upon the invitation ot your committee Shoold By cff r" fee accepted, I request tabeadirts4 I25& TI10A.RE'DRzcx3, p pAiriTCer

n, u be was a few !fn : iR. SI, lS3-3m Att'llor was to render my !:Ctre acknowledg &! and ti ecstuct fw- Ceae.eu& l.

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., H10ALS BEAC03I. StotcMtutual Jirc : CharlestonSAVAINAil I

or on vane, black; hoop inoh an* nh rinting @ffitc. MARIETTA GEO.' 1"1.1. I
4 Day marks along the cylinder, red; shaft and -AND divided

t rvJrida to Sandy U Bears from Loggerhead Key, :Marine Insurance Co.OF I THE Academic year is
the order In which distant 5 9-10 : two sessions of five-months each. Tho GEO.
W. (true); ALMANAC ,
r .zac Deus from Eastern Sambo TENSSTiVAXU. COUNTING hOUSE Tenth Session commences on tho 20th of February The tJ..S"
Ira -rtiburg
i Sofwmity t the act I Center ofFvitrth and Marttl-SU. ; ;next and ends on the 19th of Jnly.' Mr
I ,"" prlaUo for ligbl-Louei, 38m 59s E, [true) ; distant rs5NsyLvAIA.aalItLL 1856r The Cadets are divided into four College CUsK STEAMERCAEOLI3H

'apprnda 3, isa., j I' miles. Lat. 2M31ni 24s N. : ]. S3SOOOO. 'A The Annual Commencement take }taco oa

ICs W.I i Ufqre! the 20th of July iACEDEMIC
The fcllowiug day CIIAUTEU PI2RP13TUAI. It IIJ m'; Wednesday i
I 'n =. .
I :
ida Reefs from SiMEO IE1COX. TXSURB BUILDINGS Perpetually, MERCIUXDSE :1 I = III_ 0" I'"I :1< ; atiI"I'C : STATIV

'light-bouses Car I I FCRXITCRC, VESSELS in n P <1 I ; f185G. r ( 1 Cot. A.. V. IIRUMBY, A. M., 1 L. 31. cox AV
aianted on vn ,-" ; hoop Fort and other Property, 1856. )1 ; ;. t'- Superintendent and Prof of)Mathematics SL"5
.. Surrey! signals black shaft and :oc1 \ 5 TTe are now preJa.'fv. '> t'I71t.L leoa1e p
Cost cylinder, ; against loss or damage by lre. i .sJ. 1. b b and Natural opb1' ,TflUsDAY054
that coast. J. '___ .t V nlnz at 8
Tevson from Geigcr's houses, S. 11.\\1:0 made __ I 3 4 Capti TITOS. K. McCONNELL o'clock. P" at

i ,posed of an iron shaft [trucl) ; distant about 4 1-2 DIECORS : entendre arrangeG. -7 8 1 2 9 10 3 II 4 12\\ JrLT- t -7 8 9 10 11 12 I 'iartd to execute, at! Commandant of Cadets, and Piut oC Eagm rui&. J.-ck.JoniUlF vann&h onr Friday s.3 o'clock morning Atlle M 9 ttt..bel

erected upon iron Bears from Soth Saddle Hills. John P. Ruthe Klotz, 131413161718W, 1314131617, 119 Mr. V.u. MAXGKT; Charleston that.venin "dock ItatWaJ
t' \ by a vane, 5 nauti- Philo C.Sedtrwick, Alonxo A. Carrier, Z6 0 21 22 23 24 25 2& tile shortest notice, French and History1.Mr. ?
distant 23 Pmf. of
tnshed \1 W. [true) ; meats fur the exccuW 2112' 731t Wl. 31. t.\1vtOl
\ John B. Rutherford, I 2728293031tionofoverydescrip a
I letcl of the t 24i1 2m .2s \V. Albert J.Giet. \ Samuel Jones. Z ACO'T.I 1 2 all kinds of VT. H. HUNT, A. M, J I Agent.ae C1a CO.
I < Ah Literature.
work an 1 2'1 and English
I a lattice 'VU. Fu.Y' - Prof.of Chemistry BESET .t
\ % 6 1 8 9 .TEASDAlI
KEY LIUT-JOtSE Samuel 3 4\ 5 G 7 B tlj t. 1 4 GOODWIN.. ,
't or barret JOHN P. Pruitl.A. ,io!' 12 13 14 15 16 Pamphlets, Mr. J. 4atp.t p
,Three colors (" ) structure 121 feet high, pain RCTlERFORD.. (lone! 10'11 12 13,14, 15 16 19'20212223 Professor of Drawing. JAMESRIZ:.
I' 'bit J. GILLETT, < 17 19119 2'l'23: \ i iAfitI.t
used in painting surmounted by a lntcll L.MORUAX, General.gent. 25126 21 290 _I '2.J'25.262112S12930' ( Law IJlant, eaptR.S.CAMP, JOIL Altellt'p '

'I'. J' ,! as striking to the eyo j. U. McRORY, Agent,Jaclsnrile. 1a. Job Prinrlu", II !311- -\ Proftsao of Mathematics. IIP.OWARD.

) possible, and arc so is 7 1-4-nuticl miles, KEFEHEXCES AT ..u.eKSLLE: In'H,r1 -1\\ 5 &; 1 S, SEI"T 1 2 3 4 5 6lbeattentiOnoftlioae Business Cards A. CONNELL: M. D., Surgionr. A. COHEN AgruN. aC Jac
I \: marks direction, from the Key Col.J. S. Sammis, 1 Capt '\lcy., 1213 14 IS: \1\\ 8 91011 12,13, The Institution Is under the direction and man; JUDe 14-it .
I. adjacent day 24d 27m OOs .5 N. Col. John BrowarJ, \ Sam'IN. = qCol. 17 IS 19 20 21 22: \ IS 16 17IS! 192wlshlOo ; agement of Board of Trustees, In ">J"ta Aplh'
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j I f upon like parts. 43s .Lt. Henry Timanus, | [_March_ 7-tfJ_ _)_ ?rinting -I1 4'l5 26121125; '21Z.lI: 25 26\21\ Visiting Cards with a Board of Viators appoiaUi bj tho Cover ------ ---- -- ;-.
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Masters of vessels the State. :Jltbcpcnbtnt
'{ I latitude of longitude I beacons were erected un NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.. done is partIcularly I -2 3\\-1-I Oct'a. 1')9")9\,0\ It 2 3L4\ Circulars, nor By an act of the Le latnr, the Institute has tintINLAND ,

j I taint). by examining of Lieutenant OFFICE OF ETATE ENGINEER .00rr.ILj )0.31\-\ \ 9 10 5 6' 1 81 9 10'11lDVtteJtothlsomce. been furnished with 140 Cadet lC1iluM and AccoutreinenU ROUTE T

.)r the beacons as they U. S. Amy, Assistant U. A VISTA, ORANGE MILL POST Omcr, l6II7l\ 19 121314! Hand Bills, and a field Battery, consislingoffcur twelve- SAVUlm.

V'. it-. the letter painted on The geographical posi DIE St. Johns lUver, Via, August 20, 185; 20121,22, 23 24 236' l9,20i212223i23I25' sis-pconder brass pieces and two p .; their bearings Terms Invariably 301 2ti27S2903tj; Show Bills, pounder liowitxern. r
cd there cau be no beacons, and PROPOSALS will be received at this 27I2S29 I l- -I \ --I-! \_ I riatcndent anal Commandant: are graduates
\'OV'R. Suif
mining} their positions. I from the adjacent object, SEALED until the 20th day of August 18j6, forconstructing CAShl.-5 IAY_., 45jfl\ -7 8 1 2 21 3''! 4 J 11i.&r 6 1 8 Bills of Lading, of Vest Point, and as the Institute U up- COMMODIOUS STEA3ltR

..', These day marks by the Superintendent of a Canal (with its necessary appendages llil2 13h14 15 16\1i1\\ \ 12113 14 15 on tho Wc.t Point plan, the publicjmay be assured THOS. G.
'. such Lilt Lucks, Guard Locks. Bai.e.) :16'l1l1s' 19202l2223kZ627 \ discipline* and courso of HAiGHT
4 J' projecting and \ as Orders from the i&1920121122 : Bills of Tare, that its government
on the St. Jbn? '! ZJ24252627I2S29 enforced. CAPT. F. J. W. '
Board Lake
of the : from 2829'3031 ill be strictly 1URK3U3I
Light-house studies
and in lame \ 11
4 Florida reef are ) miles, 3,4 lOfeet, \ .
$ .., the ( ) A JENKINS; dian River of thirteen of the Co u n tr wlll Le JC E. 1 21 3 4 51 7' \ TERMS. WILL leave "'elak1ever7 Soj5 l nL.
miles from 1 T ;
six Assembly 6\\ \
to General Stat Labels Hire of
1. Secretary. authorized by the I 8 910 11 l4lDEcit.i\\301-\-\ 4 5 6 Tuition Board, Washing }Fuel Lights, 8 o'clock for Savanaa7. SH?,
an II 7\\
Sol-55, by Palat1
of the Florida of AcI'
: session
shores '
ofFlprida, at a proxnptlyexecutod. l5 1&17'1S,192021h} \\ 1213 Musician, and all other contingent expenses, per Picolata, J Jacksonville 4 c, leaving :
I mile in Department, "en11tled an Act to provide for and encourage &c., ,!>c. *Hi U.urgeous Jaclqyju
1. bat a every in _/ \ 26 \,HII"IGI7IIS! 191-0 uewion of fin month, in advance,' -> Monday morning at 2 o'clock A.PHILADELPHIA .3f.
":. gulf steam. ; Board, January 10,1850.nASOVTOGr.TIICU. I' liberal." system of Internal Improvement tLStlte. Jon.F.Roozno. ii:1d\: \::\:: !21IZl23124252612128; ,\ \ \ ? fee, per annum, 85. obtain leans SaVtlnnah every Friday lQ A.a Tetarag

". The depth of water h S '_. \ l130131_ _I-I_- P.rsoiw desiring further information, can This COat invariably tales the lalaad
ls,_ nl : > jedJreasinthe aw draws but 3
eastward, in the gull PtpJ ; Plt b.l 8 'W\tJhn. Rclu\ations"' J tI 21. _. feet. water wbeta lOIfle4. '
known depths. ey, or portion :ec.15.1B553mS; 'ry. 'rr'rD"'..,.a..t
f Profiles and Estimates can bo seen at lURTIUDOE" .
.t These day marks .Mop, and any information obtained by aJJrcs- larch tt7gtl1.1JacbOh
:. !
from seaward within Mill Post Office, ; ENGLISh AND CLASSICAL
ling the undersigned at "Orange .
: t' but it would always St. Johns lt\er. Fla. iiti; rEf ffl f

:1' ticularly with very wi be received for constructing a NEW YOBZ. ;
Havannah &
over same Charleston
:. weather, to give them ground.F.. L. DAXCY, ,I SteamshIp&

,, In moderate \ aug25-ly State Engineer, State of FloridaVllLUAltL.C Leig'hou & Russell SCHOOL. CAMS PASSAGE$ STEER.\GESt

pecially after easterly : undersigned i would respectfully in- The well-known I lint classKEYSTOSI Sleamshipe
l'K01'r.UTY IN ST. .rB'j TII
\ t and direction of tho I l form the citizens of Jacksonville and '
the reefs and then i that Le will his
THAT FINE RESIDENCE opposite the SASH BL1f"WD surrounding community, re-open CAPT. R. UARD1E
t 4 bly carried amid its HiMAOXOLIA HOUSE. Also that valuable I School for the instruction of youth in all the branches STATE :
course steered should: ARE YE SICK 1 HoTEL property known as the FLORIDA .Axn of a thorough English and Classical education, OF CEOncu.t..lPr. ,

t : them outside of all HOUSE. For terms apply to on Tuesday first day of January next. Thankful :, J. /. CART1X,

1 > When the master lot of the huinnn race to Le A. H. COLE, IVifANUFACTURERS for the ery liberal patronage bestowed on hu Will hereafter
disease and Orange Mills, Fla. efforts during the short time he has been engaged ttn 10 PlIn
of these beacons to fpecially tfering.adapted 'HOL o august IBt as a teacher in this community be hopes. by strict ADELpJII.\. sailing E\"Elt SATDy a1terna.tely.
ho may bo sure that Ire FIRCt ElitE I 11/UtE 11 : business and the exertion of effort from SAVANNAH and CUWI-
WEAK, the NERVOUS, the DELI- inform of I attention tu e\ery
subscribers leave to the citizens TON follows
respectfully as
beg :
reefs and the and intellectual advancement of
keys fur the
the INFIRM: of all climes, ascseei- &ita: THE OLa(1e''STAND THE
,% SUBSCRIER'S and that have establishment in Charleston S.C continuance of the Reference Keystone State *M sail fr-an S
by shoals Professor Holloway person destroyed surrounding country they a large hid pupils to merit a jame. T BIttift.
.1 J'ounde the manufacture of bis medicines by fire, he has removed ben entrely with every facility that such an establishment can profitably work, for the manufacture of 14 made with the utmost confidence to those followinSatnrdays 10th -Aj.ril l.'th and &lh X'1
CAE'JLOIUDA Stales and offers them to free and leetig- whose piklrooage he bus hitbortu enjoyed and be au.l2Jth. June 7th anti 2It Leadelphia 'IIC J'Iai
\Vcntnorth, tho stand formerly
corner occupied the
I'.. ,..' On south pint of peIlle,us the Lest remedy tho world by W. J.GAYER, where he continues his business Sashes Blinds and HOOF hopes to l-e able, during the next.year, to establish The State of alternate Saturday will ,
the firm and permanent basis, a school, that Georgia sail from Claar' .
southeast point of removal or 1..10. in all branches. Ho hason hand large assortment on a the MIdwins.
.4 5Cs N. Lon. 80 il first class VEIICLF.of all description, of every size and all descriptions also MOULDINGS of any pattern, at the shortest notice. will, in point thorough instruction anJditcipJioe. May 3d, 17tb, and S"turda.s-\pril 3It, June 5U aid ith
PURIFY THE BLOOD some cbolc built expressly LEIG110X & RUSSELL guarantee their work to bo worth ono hundred per cent. more for durability l he Hccoml to none in the Stale; and as tho objectis Mtka _
.r FOW :Y Pills aro expressly conbincd for P.JILY Country Customers, all of which he than the Northern made work gold in this market. Price current liaU of our woik oan be to make the school a permanent one,he respect- Leaving In Philadelphia the alternate 5stard.tt
t strength, speed and
I Letter P, painted ttoinath the liver, tho kidneys, will SELL CHEAP FOR CASH or City seen on board the Steamer Carolina. Oho us a. trial March 29 fully ask the aid and co-operation of those inter- ships are fully to accommodationi. AM,
I actp ested iu the cause of education in effecting go desirable equal any running oa the eowL
t iron lattice-woik ) and tho b"e1. correcting any de- ace. LEONARD and- .benefit- to the. community.Regularity Inland navintion 100 miles on Deb..! ..... *;... }
the blood Order and faithfully filled.CharlestonS. I au object --- -"

their E7 promptly
and vane black. fUUltolf and Cay; two nights at sea. I
in attendance being euti.illy ne-
;. light-house S, 35d ( ; of le, thus curing disease C., Xov. 13-6m WATCHES JEWELRY SILVER W AEE I necessary to the proper advancement of the pupilin Agents at Philadelphia HERO 4 KARTTT ,i
:I, tant 51-2 nautical LIVERCOMPLAINTS. S. & E. M. Gilbert, his studies no deduction will be made for lost Agent at Savannah C. A. OREISE1L '
58in time .' in cases of protracted illness. Agents at Charleston, T. S.Jk T.0.BUDDi
dier Key, S, 89d MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS ANDGEORGEAGG et ept "'riI2, 1556 apl23mi1aiiotia ]
continued in the building
K The school will be same -
.,I tant 31-2 nautical the human raoo have taken these in all descriptions of CARRIAGES J
Mr.Swart's school-room,) opposite Uiggs.tCu
23s. N. Lon. 80d been proved in all parts of the world at Nos. 35 and 40 Wtnt- Goods. .'. (Foundry.Tennn .

{ .. has been found equal to them in cas worth Slrttt, and No. 7 Hayne Street, ChrleltonOur Fancy -Four, six, and ten dollars per quarter. ; 1ijujsr. I
TRIClfl of the liver*pepsia, and stom Stock It an extensive: one, and purchasersare I.y Tuition payable monthly.
Letter 0, painted generally. They soon give a heal. respectfully requested to ea)on us, as we can 0_ W. T. CAKE. AtGUsTIE, B. F. .

t 1."., Hoop iron latce-work ; organs, however deranged, and offer great inducements in style and prices; and Jacksonville Dec. 22d, 1355. establishment
J' and vane, other lens have failed any articles bought at our establishment are war This has been

: :: .' Key, No. 1, S, 82d ( DEBILITY. ILL HEALTH. ranted in every respect. July 8-tf Jnokson.-vi11.o Ens"t F1orlc1.a Art Association \ by renovated during(lie past.. j"j"mcr

4 taut 3 1-2 nautical most despotic Governments have Cosmopolitan -paiuted throughout, cleaned,4e,sad iiao* -,J ,
I I SEA ISLAND COTTON C.IXS. WOULD inform the citizens of this and that ready forFAMILIES '
: Custom Houses to the introduction of respectfully place surrounding country,
: dier Key, S, 31d I they may Iccom the medicines TIE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity to he has again opened at his old stand, SECOND TEAK. INVALIDS, TRAXSIESI
7 1-4 nautical ST.U'LECOTTOS
inform the Planters of LONG
tnt Learned Collegcskdmit that the for the Second Annual Cul- BOARDERS ic.
that he has rebuilt his FACTORY and ARRANGEMENTS ,
''p. & best remedy ever anown for per and popular Inatution For the future Mrs. Thompson, a lady
: LONG health or wliere the system has is now his usual ready to fill orders La his line without delay with a large and well selected! stock ofW&ffSBSS for the diffusion of Literature and Art, have been sing every qualification tho ndvaotag if pomt.lw.
i its invigorating properties never price. 9 made on the most extensive scale.! experience, will Live saperintentLuice.. Tit
Letter N, painted a Planters wanting GINS, or Gins rpaire.1. extra SiBWlBa :W SH& Sm WASH
the fir-
relf. the Anion; the works already engaged, u saluc.iber solk-its a continuance of past fivon n.
Brushes will
iron Boxes and apply to following
hoop COMPLAINTS. AUFANCY fumed tier the t
present management every exertion,witb
the subscriber at this
Agents or place :
shaft and vane red. ; young or old, should be \jithout AG ENTS. GOODS, GENOA CRUSIFIX," the assistance of th" present hostess win be madt
: Key, Ko. 1. S, 52d ( ; medicine. correct and regu which originally cost Ten Thousand DIUn. : to give general; aatbCtvtion.The bom ii dwir -
Jacksonville Fla.
: I BISBEE & CANOVA, to which the attention uf the Public is united. Getting my Goods direct from the
in In the Collection the diffusion of by sita..tml,tho
: tant 3 3-4 nautical courses period', acting forming new
Soldier Key S 13d a charm. It il also the best and S. L. NIL.oCK. Alligator, White, Fin.JOhN Springs FI" New York Manufacturers, I am }prepared to oiler my customers inducements, both as work of American Art, aad tho encouragement Hoom.1 Airy. Clean. and Xealnftt weir

distort 8 8-10 that can be given to children of all D. C. .0COST.0 & CO., Ccntrevillage, Gco. regards style and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. American genius, have not been oynl'oked. furnished hdit,14omel.YlJl.in -
consequent) uofam Among assortment be found CoromUition have been issued to many of the
any complaint; ; THOMAS ), do. do. my may wanting
45s N. Lon.
l'm JILL .\ Artidtj who will
must distinguished con-
It COOER. : Savannah, Gco. WJLTCIIKS I urrrnR KNIVES. ., NAPKIN .., ,. Being entirely built of wood, Licit rmJen it fee
AJAX are the best remedy ,. .. .FlUlT.no. 5,4) '" n of their Pn .t r ro.Tnrhn. 4mMar .
UI.NUJVlllL.UKt.it fi.na u .inpneinc rounu cmiRucua"
.Pis rtiMuj
cu.1. ll'rIDLl. S AC. them three Marble Busts, executed the y
I Letter 31, painted ; in tle wortilfur the following Capt II. It BYTHEWOOD, Bcauford, S. C. FINE GOLD PATENT LEVERS (full jeweled,) I are lit ,-liiram Powers:by Doors with FirepUces, and blInds to winless
urut3n.lyonhan.junlLCa.jetoor.lerfroml.ure ing Sculpture
SCOTT DETACHED I greatest to the anj afford delightfat
Diseases: DEBE.\X &IEYW.\t opening through Piazza -
iron lattice-work coin and warranted
*. cj ; Headaches S. C. 'I LAPINES: GEORGE WASHINGTON; iroiuccada of 303 feet, and protects th.

't'' and vane,black. i Indigestion S. L. BURNS (with.I without hunting ca=ess,) CUTLER The Father of his Country; home from rain, cold wioJ, Ae, eel, furms a&
ft.t No. 2 S.: 79d 35m 43 ( Influenza July 23-Cra St. Marys, Geo.PROCLAMATION' SILVER PATENT LEVERS: : d->. do. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, lightfnl RCTRCAT from confinement at aQ mae
:. 3 nautical Inflammation DI DETACHED do. do. From the celebrated ilnnofictory of Geo. Wosten- The Philosopher i ot the year. The House is situated in a central
LAPIXE3 do. do. holra i Son, consriting of : the and retired from other
Inward Weakness DANIEL WEBSTER, portion,facing South
lott'sKeKo.IS Liver Complaints BY From good maker, which wi'l' be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS SHEARS The Statesman. | hou's. It contains 45 rooms, and eonTaiwe5M

't 09s N. Lon. autcl 1.1"4 l.ownJne5 of Spirits JAMES E.: HROOME, good time keepers. RAZORS. Ac. A special agent has visited Earopo I and made careful in general, and fur accommodation cannot U wr- ,.

Gocernor of the Slate of Florida.Threellundred JEWELRY. and judicious selections of foreign works of Art paase'LP.
S.-My object in advertising the alore fa U I
stone Inll Gravel Reward. both in Bronze and Marble; a'tituary and Choice
: Dolars COn ?ing of make known to friends that this llouw,for ti. !
f Letter, K, paintoil ; Secondary 8mto Such as CORALS PORTE MONIES, ACCORDIONS Paintings. my
.\ Hoop iron (; Venereal Affections. GOLD GUARDS, BRACELETS PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AND The whole funning large and nnlaaile collection future, will give sutiafactkm as represent.daza.charge !
; and white. Worms' of all kinds OTHER EXTRACTS: FANCY SOAPS, of Paintings and Statuary, to be distributed will be made. I solicit a trialB.
Manufactories of 1'\PIER- UCUEE, JEWEL CASES
at the Professor SlicE among the members of tho Association for
Key, F, 7Cd 29m 51 ( ) 60 Maiden Lane, New-York, and 244 an atrocious murder was commit- DIAMON RINGS, REGARD Do. ROSEWOOD WORK the Second Year. Augustine, Dee. l-3ta_
.. 1-2 nautical and by all respectable Druggists WHEREAS, body of William Millican in the GOLD THIMBLES BOXES PORTABLE Terms of Membership.

Key, No. 1, S, 15d of Medicines throughout tho United County of Marion, in this State on the night of COLLOR'BUTTONS' PINS, \\"P.I.TIFG DESKS, The payment of three dollars, constitutes any Cariage & Harness Depository, i ie.

f tnt 4-10 nautical tho civilized world, i boxes, at 25 the fret of March, ult by some jtenon unknown. BRO"'OCJ'II'E" EAR RINGS, RETICULES, FANS, COMBS one a member Association, and entitles him I
f 30s X. Lon. SOd cent, and $1 each. Now, therefore ends of justice may bo GOLD SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES BRUSHES, THERMOMETERS to either one of tho following Magazines for ona I ; ; -,, AT THE WHITE HOrSK,
a considerable saving by taking tubscn, and the guilty party brought to con JlILDR Xj\' 5- South-We Corner of. j
: TURTLE i PLAIN AND SKIT RINGX3, jeer and also a ticket in the distribution of 1
punishment: Know ye that I, James E. TOYS, TEA BELLS,
Letter K. painted ; for the guidence of patent in dig Governor of the State of Florida,do here CHILDREN'S LOOPS. SCARF PINS Ac. Together with various olher articles too numerous Statuary The Literature and Pointings.issued to subscribers consists of Charleston S.C.

hoop iron ; I are affixed to each by offer the REW AED of 8:))00 for the apprehension SILVER ARE.to mention. the following Monthly Magazines Harper's Put-I CARRIAGES of every description a t 11Ie lPtt.
vane, red. Bears of said person, upon evidence sufficient t lead COMPRISING DINING AXD DESSERT N. B.-CLOCKS, WATCHES, and JEWELRY, nain'rf, Kukcrbocker, Clackwo AJ'", Graham';, i prices always on hand, and no article sold NITS,

t. i S22d 20tn 47s E( ) P. MARCHER, to his conviction.In- FORKS.TADLE, DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, thoroughly retmircd and vart allied, at the shortest Godej'if Lady's Book, and Household Words. I such an B-If can be warranted in the JI.H.XATHii'ftllest term.kj.

ii( nautical miles. Boot Maker testimony whereof, I hare be hereuntoset affixed I I'SUGAR SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Da. notice rvr TERMS CASH. '08t28-ly Persons takin? five membershira are entitled to july I
hand nnd caused to
,. bank, S, Cd 28m 07s ( NE 'NAN STREET, the my Seal of the Stasoofilorida. Done six any tickets five of in the the Mugizine distribution.The .for one year, and to ffsn 2rmW.S.BOST Dental WICK Notice.would retpectful-5.

6 1-10 nautical miles. DOORS FROM FOUSYTH-6T. [SEAL] at tho Capitol, in the City of Tallahassee i/a Jacksonville Foundry : Apo1i1:1.ccnr-v aaUAJl1 : I not proceeds derived from the sale of mem- ly inform the citizens Jacksonville and its vicinity
I. I). ISoG. j
of A. :
Lon. 80d 12m 24s this 1'Jlh May,
.,; : ; East Florida. JAMES day I berah'p: are devoted to the purchase of work of ,that,having opened an office in the Daaeriu
CARTEFORT E.lROOlE. -p; ANSMACHINE Tea Art for the e1Jjluin"'year. Gallery, on Forsyth street will attend to all.naehes .
respectfully announce to his Florida I ; .t1
The Advantages Securedby of DEXTIaTKY, in the most approved aa4
,I .- An iron pie patrons and the Public generally, that By the Governor. Atteit :" WORKS. emoted to the New Store In Holmes becoming a member of this Association are- careful manner.

-j S : er's quarter, dark the store formerly occupied by J. W. F. L. VILLEPIGUE, Subscribers Wa\in. made extensive and BuildIng, opposite Dr. Haldu Iu'. Ut All per-wus receive the full talus of their 12T Serves aching teeth destroyed .iLholt
'l j reef near the he is prepared to make BOOTS and May 24-1 m. Secretary of State. TIlE improvements in their cstablish- Office Jacksonville. subscriptions at the start, in tho shape of sterling dac2-Sa _

I::, to tie c eg finest finish and style, and equal if Seeds Seeds ScedsUl! mont, are now prepared to furnUh WHERE is kept constantly on hand a large and Magazine Literature. pain .

"t1 ",13m 15s N. Lon. t any heretofore offered to the pub TEST received a choice supply of Garden Steam Engines, of any required power, from selected assortment of 24. Each member is contributing towards pur- THE
J Seod 1 to 100 homes choice Works of Art which to be distributed
; cKiuiiig are
I THE ELCO\V himself that the general satisfaction Si all of the Last Crop, and warranted BMfl1RTI : mJJE
Saw the
1\111111 themselves, and at
aro same
I heretofore will entitle him to the Beans in variety, Beets do, Cabbage g. Always received by the latest arrivals,warranted among
7 t' Mills the Artists of the disbursing
Letter I. painted those who wL
: iron lattice-work the best materials He will endeavor Cucumbers do, Egg Plant Tomote In variety Crist 'Mills lerlumery. Combs Brushes, Soaps Persons in rcmittingfunds membership agency.,will particularly Invalids,who will find health*M
4 and vane, black. a who favor him with Lettuce in variety Mellons do.Oniou Seeds ( the comforts Ul.'bis allot']'. The Table
4 tot t ) may and all other machinery used in this country. Lamps Burning "luld. &c., please givo their pott-afficc address in full stating country
Shoals beacon N do, Mustard Seeds, Okra, Parsely, [IL'eas with the chnicestdetkaC11thseason
S ) Parsips will be
Iron and Urals Castings. which will be sold low for cash. the month they wish tho Magazine: to commence -
hand of Boots and in Radish do, Pepper in attention will be gins
I distant 2 4-10 a large supply varety.. Spiach. Squash W Steamboat, Saw Mill, and other repairing, Country orders solicited and punctually attendedto. I anal have the letter registed at the Post whilst unremitting ia
Children Shoes which he do, Aromentio Herbs d'ortJ
I ; I" variety. Turnips to please, tInt success might crown my
"i )
F Carysfort Reef do Flower Seeds do at short notice. Physicians' prescriptions put up with care and Oifice to prevent loss 5 on the receipt of which a
t .i : 35s W, (true) ; done at low prices-and at short At Apothecary Hall, J3;v- machinery purchased from.ua will be despatch. certificate of membership together, with the Mag. future. tjTChac. mOtle1lle.ISAAC OAEB-lSOy
in operation in part of the State, by TEAS. azine desired will be forwarded to of the
W miles. Lat. 25d OStn July 21-ly Match, 22-3t Jacksonville, put any any part Hernawlu Co. Prol'rielor.t
: 40s W. J'la. competent machinists, when desired, and upon Agent for the New York Pckin Tea Compuny. country. Day-Port, Florida., |3eel-tf) __
.t], WANTED, GENERAL BROKERAGE. reasonable terms. Tea of direct importation andof34 varieties,from Those who purchase Magazine at Bookstores,

".I CRECI1X subscription, a Complete History of the undersigned is now prepared to serve the Drawings and Estimates farnigmed, without a 1-4 to 1 Ib. in a package, all warranted and at will observe that by joining Association, they NOTICE.
( c 4: Letter II:, on THE at large in his line of business. charge. MOONEY A GOOKIN extremely low prices. receire the Magazine andfre. Ticket in the annual claims tr denunA .
,t iron lattice-work RUSSIAN WAn ; He will attend to the sale of Xege. Lan.l or July -.! .Founders and Machinists. LfrCountry1)calcrssuppI1ed, by ordering distribution all at tho same price they now ALL persons& the Estate of any Redden J.TlIte l Ia"

k Ready. One vol other effects placed accompanied with Cash. pay for Magazine alone. deceased are repaired to preiwi
i bi Lcfen of Duval county
whit. II any FOUNDRY mON
: nne E Dar ) with Euralng.. addressed for information, be promptly ro- WOfiKS.AfV GARDEN 4 FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, Ac., Beautifully illustrated Catalogues giving fall them, properly authenticated according to II I ,.
f Sm 2 ; 1 Y K. W CIGUS & Co., JU.i1.Jarl.sonr abo description, stntfree on supplication. or I"
His in this hand. hereof
I, tical Urge colored Map of the seat of War. pled to. general acquaintance State always kept on with:two years from the date ,
villa *
Lt render it to Juhy8-.tf For Membership ther e
I beautiful Chart others, unnecessary append re T. MCMILLAN. notice will be plead in bar of the payment
80d 17m 57s I, in the dat. by a Artist ferenocs. BENJAMIN HOPKINS, A RE now prepared to execute promptly orders C. L.DERBY, Actuary C. A.A. iaJebted to said Ejtale are rt-
Jtfor Steam Engines, Saw Milk, Sugar Mills and of the offices. And persons
Jacksonville, Sept. 22tb 1855tf.WANTED. Dying Renovating Estab- At either principal immediato payment to
,.EJCJ a complete and reliable History of the and Pans, Grist Mills, Horse Powers, Iron and "KuiekerbackerMagazine, 343 Broadway New quested to make MAltTlU .A.t .TUTU,
tt Letter G on vane frm 11 commencement to its close..- Brass Castings, ande\ery variety of Machinery. lishment. V Or, Western Oifice, ICG Water streot.Sandosky

lt lattice-work cylnder ; being from eye witnesses and Canting, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, 73 York I. oc28. April 26. 193&V6W -
street, of the Court
in the described. Two Hundred to work rear House
- trg red. Bears scenes Persons sen ONE or Negroes on the Steamboat and other repairing.
1 32d 33m 53s E ( ) will receive a cample copy and moroc Rail-Road, for whom the highestwages TIny will continue the manufacture and keep SAVANNAH" GEO. Rich Cameo Fraser & TbompsOB
-; ;-- Bears from gt subscription bk, pottage prepaid i will be paid. Apply to constantly on hand, their variety of Plows Timber {Established 1832.1) FACTORS ANThCOMMISSION
mie. with a containing full partic' gept JOSEPH FINIGAN, Jacksonville, Carts, Chains, Ac, to which they respectfully invite ] THE SUBSCRIBER, greatful to his Patrons AND MOSNIC JEWELRY. MERCHANTS
3 E, (true) ; terms wit agentt which are vor1lib or A.U COLE, Orange Mills. 8&trona e._July &-lyJUSTICE'S friends for thor continued favors would TIlE subscriber having jnat returned from

1) mie. Lat. 25d publishing 22t antic, that be is now prepared to Clean or Dye all ,: Now York with a large and beautiful variety Adger't iVortA Wharf
the vast 15 years, toe most satibfac- COUnT FOR JACKSONJ colors on Silk and Woolen Dresses Shawls, Ac, of Charleston, S.C.TRED'E
will S 0 N S WISHING TO MAKE VILLE DISTRICT will, in future. be held which he
be will
always given when PER trusts generally please all,who may I rAtt L.raa3tr
IICKL l.MANSFIELD, dOlied, can do 1 by calling on the subscriber on the first Mondal.lnstead of the third Mondaysof favor him with their patronage. Ladies' white Jewelry, Silver'VarcFancy, E. riusEit
-- I Letter F, York street, New Haven, Conn. and paying np their notes and &unt whichare each and every month. Those interested will Crape Shawl. cleaned and bleached in the very \
Iron pnt due to Samuellakwo they are not please take notice. best Goods; 'c 1jutti
p ; I manner, or dyed any color that may be re- itrc1jaut'&
tt and yane, black. /\ BO paid by the net retl bo put i JNO. W. PRICE, 5 C Jnrtweief the quired. Ladies' Bonnet, bleached, dyed and respectfully invites the public to examination
U.R suit. Settle to JNO. W. PRICE. WM. P. DEWEES, in the of hu stock it does of the
let S ICd 57m 43s Peace. pressed most fashionable styles.Gentlemen' comprising as some TLArpHIS
( ) May 10, lS56-lm JACKSONVILLE, -
4-10 nautical WANTED Atorey. F. WHEATON, S garments cleaned, dyed or renovated richest and most fashionable styles of Cameo, Mosaic *
Jacksonville, May 10, lS5G-lm a* may be required, in the same superior Lava and Scroll Jewelry in great variety. HOTEL Ii now open for the TeCe P |5
,1 Sound Point, S. G pay seventy-five (75)) cents per day Fans at Reduced Prices. style which has generally so much pleased his pa- Also Silver-Ware and Fancy Goods, suitable for 1 customers. The undersign flatters Ja
w i'utant about 7 board, or one dollar per day without TIE Subscriber has now o hand a beautiful NOTICE.: trons and friends. holiday and other presents,which will be sold cheap that no has the ability and disposition t 3

..'r 9m 2 N. Lon. labrr., t CENTRAL work on the FLORIDA of Fashionable FANS which he I A PPLICATION will be made to his Honor tho When parcels are sent by Railroad or Steam. for cash. [novl7-tfl GEp.FLAGJ. his patrons the very bent acoonunodatwns'hO,
p. ad RAILROAD. selling at Reduced l'ries Judge of the Circuit Court for the East.rnCircuit boats, word should be sent him by letter through will guarantee to the travelling publw M Tpatronise *
,4l CONCH t be made at the end of ever thirty May 17th, 185G. GEO. FLAGG. of Florida, after the usual time of notico the Post-Office so that he may know where to call CENTREL ,STAGE his Mouse, the best fare that eao Ii -

p Letter E painted t commence 0 the J.t day of according to law, for permission to sell certain for them. All orders from Jacksonville FlA., niahed in the city. Tho Merchants Hot '. S

I: .: iron lattice-work A. FROST & BOUL1'EI lands, .situated Nassau and 5$. John Counties, can be handed in to Mrs. llarkness, Millener LINE. open under his management and MPrTjLllu..
J.1ILLER.CO. General belonging to the Estate of Peter Pons, deceased, Adams street, third house west from Ocean street.July ALLIGATOR via NEWNANSVILLE, he hopes by strict attention to bu8jne$ JpSAIKENS.C.
; ,:, nn white. on\ille, East Flord. l t for the use obis heir BUd creditors of said estato. 21-ly ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. FROM and FLEMISOTON to OCA- rate charges, to merit.a liberal aht Of ,
43 JOia E., (by 2 10 ate Street, Boston, Mats., may 10-tf JOHN !I. PONS LA, semi.weckly, carrying the United State. patronage. JOHN EOZE3Lt

r Ie TrYnie "St [ ) MALL: on RD.VT. WILL pay strict and prompt attention to sale Jacksonville April <0, '56. Administrator.FOR Salamander Lightning Mail, and connecting with TALLAHASSEE fob 9itcbwatt

Lt 2d 5.. and desirable hou. plea LUMBER TIMBER. COTTON and CON DUCTOIIS.These and JACKSONVILLE STAGES at ALLIGATOR '
situated o the part of the ther Suthern SALE. the ,and with TAMPA and PALATKA STAGES Ijottt
r C10CJEa'. & built and well flushed in eve oct 7-t OLIVER FROST. VALUABLE tract of Land on Amelia are only PermanefJlSafe atOCALA. ;

Letter D painted} eleven rooms, a g K well of ROYAL BOULTER. SA 5 miles from the contemplated depot, LIGHTENING RODSyet Thei owners announce that they 'are running ..
iron ; yard and all necessary out Yellow Bluff, containing 750 acres good planting Invented. and will continue to oomfortablo Stages on fa tI .4niS
lttcwork for a private Boarding biding Jacksonville Bricks Yard. land. There b on the premises a email dwelling THE insulation it perfect, and not subject to this line for the accommodation of Pauengeri. T favorite resort for Invalids jB.

I S Tans 35d, re Da or rent by the year on reasonable BE undersigned is now making a bouse, and out houses, a cotton Gin and Gin house, Impair in the case of those of ordinary construe WRIGHT & CAT1IEY. -1Tho by many,espodsJly has in associated the Sprint'""TA
15 by ) T article of Brick, nr1spr.lor all of which together with tho promises will be struction. The article speaks for itself, and three Agents at Alligator. proprietor ,
.d 1. VVA n ad 1 tnil particulars apply' at this office. Brick which he atbo at the following sold reasonable. interested in tho tecnr'ty of their houses, will an.tisfy L. M.SCARBOROUGH, Northern gentleman, and baring,they l
Ln B 6-t? prices Chlr wi aU Also, two small tracts on the south end of the themselves by calling on Mr. A.M. REED, Agent at Xewnanivillo-.. Table and thollonso generally with their U

2 FIRST Qciuir, .'9 00 Island one of two hundred, and the other. fifty of Jacksonville, Fla., or Mr. WALTER RIP, JOHN LEA. these inducements, together will ind 5, ,
I 'ALLIGATOR J., Holmes SECOND I . 7 per I touad acres containing 10 luxurant growth of Live Oak. our sole Agent for tho erection of these rods in sept. 15 Agent at Ocala. forts Alien to pleaso their patrons The, atmO5P1O
visit this
0 Spring.-
East Florida.
Also, a tract containing one hundred and ,
i Letter C painted 100 Wall Strut, N. Y. Tamo I I thirty Is well known for its puroness iii.
I JatUce-work j particular attention Vel-. WILL BKICKI, 100" I acres, adjoining the Seaton tract on the St.Mary's DWYER No 4 ACGHINBAUOn.83TCAUTION A Rare Chance is Offered to a U would be useless to cornmeal OB it, _nxrjjsgi.N.
t.aeu if author led
r vane, Uick. I I ( \Pine Lumber, and He will charge for delivery tW when Ever. Apply to JOHN M. PONS our patterns in East}Florida, one but our above named to use Blacksmith and Wheelwright.\., .B.-BILLIAUD TABLES and
Da TIMBER and within the one dollar thousand Agtnt. E srf'V
PRODUCE and per the Hotel
Pllkra. 3
66d E, ( and cents Jacksonville May 12, l855-tl Agent. (mh3-ly) D. & A. subscriber sale his and witd $5JdculLy.
: i 3 ] ; purchasing MERCUADIE. one per thousand fur a rplIE off*, for shops and saddle Hones tan bo procures
Lt:4 creator distance. The Brick are made of excellent LAND WARRANTS. JL Lot 105 feet i uarit, conveniency situated to mh-

vSt W.conn'. material, are dried under cover, and are rpHE UNDERSIGNED will CASH for J. II. Rockenbaugh. tho depot andltrasinesa generally. Can bo'puNchased
I NOTICE. heavier and of better quality than any that JL LAND WAR 1tATS.- pay GENERALCOMMISSION with'or without tools,on good terms FOR SALE.
PATChES ; after a P. S "tus hand 1 1 Cart THAT VALUABLE FOMMILL
) publication I shall ap being imported.EjjjT on Buggy waggon. ILI
tl ug4-tf! JNO. It!. PONCE. MERCHANT : DO
p.t An iron the,Judge Probate of the : AU orders left with Messrs. HartriJge 4TinnJiui and4sP4lr wheels complete, also a lot of waggon of about 20 horse pwJUU
pile o CUDty ; 112 Pearl Street N. Y wiles
for Letters Administration ', who are my Agents, will promptly NOTICE.1XTM. an b
Coffin's o attention will be to sales of W
at attended CAREFUL wOrks suitable for Farmers and Timber getters; Apply to.
at oaliP.Sugirs, deued. LEDWITH will act MOODTr
t. u my agent during Rice, Sugar, Lumber Timber and, rAE-Ut
low call and
all wlilchcaa
f e trrJ WILLIAM 0. CLSCO. I JOS. LACOURSE. V 1' my absence TH03, LED WITU.1.yl01n other Southern Produce. Also Merchandise pqrcliasci -* bO'Juhtve1'1 ,. see. .. febl6-f S.N..W1LLU'
1855. Jacksonville 26. OlaI2'1J.4.S.1. F4ItNtl& :
.t.r \ h April ) '
N'1.12 :: terras
I 111 I ; J I on most advantageous july.tf .
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