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: July 19, 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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, VOL. HI I JACKSONVrI..LE: 'SATURDAY, JULY -191856.- ? NO.. i: :. (.* .

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t.clix LivingSton, DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM IATTOE N has saved the American people from the construction,and sbouU be applied; with 311:. BRCCKENRIDGC LETTER OF Cen. Jackson's fame"Vindicated. by bis JIR. BUCHANAN'S- LETTER C ; :

E Y AT LAW FULL conupt and tyrannical dominion of the unbending rapidity. ACCEPTANCE." ,son,Andrew.Jackson. ACCEPT.\ CE. -

N nrilk r..nc1 J1I 3J&ck'flIflC We Rive at length the"Platform'1 adoptcd Bank of the United States and from a cot 11Iird1y-Ileaolrtd That the gnat highway June 13, 135C. The following from the Naihvilla (Tennessee lath. last auinbte' of the- Xo8i.1aaa

{omct In Dro'tlard' E. F. by the Cincinnati Contnton Tho reaolo rupting system of'gcua Internal Im!,the which nature as well as the assent of SIR: Tho National 1 Convention of the; ) Union will be read with nntvertal Couriirw.findsIongabiaan4eIoqsareTIeWO .
lions of the Da1thnor Convention provements.Resolecd.. most immediately interested iu ,-
tIe nti,ffin tbe Probate offic in*,.11 iIi bue'lhVnUedSUtci reaffirmed, are fulluxvg: That the democratic party its maintenance has marked out for the Democratic party' which'recently assembled interest: ( Mr. Buchanan' lettex I, accepting
I Law \thc A in Cincinnati nominated
rr"- the l'rDC.tit..f will abide and the fret communication between the Atlantic unanimously tho democratic nomination for the .
faithfully pretl
Circuit,and il1 tbe suprvrn Rctolred, That the American Democracy by uphold you as- a candidate fur the office of Vice A LETTF.R FROM TIlE HERMITAGE
III lbs EulerD atlO11 the I p1a their trust in the intelligence, the i principles laid down in the KentuckY and and the Pacific Oceans, constitutes one of President of the United States. dency, ficouxwhich. mala the (o11oyth
I4IH'J.cOII"iI .\ '. 11.'i//t dnrin J lb.I I i patriotism and the discriminating justice I Virginia resolutions of 1792 and the most important achievements ,to be You have The follow'ing tterfror.l Mr.Andrew ",
ziuaCoudt, $ tbe pru\ollte /ftic.*, c iuud ) in the of Madison to the Virginia realize by the spirit of moderation,iu the already informally acceptedthe Jachson will Le read with great interest extract '
the American
P'1IC1 aU mattt'rI ,tlLting tc1k vf people.Rttolred report nomination,but we deem it appropriate tbe'og It WILl prompted :
I"blf r'III\1I.rit .ilb d\C.\'leed and I I That we regard this a distinctive Legislature in 1799-that it adopts thus' unconquerable energy of our people, and under instructions of the Convention to throughout try "It hu been said with 4rutl E tt ua
IInL ;JICI'IK' a that reeult should be secured by no freju,s Apolitical character, but
CJf lIIinora and principles one of the main by a timely
IItItl't tJUIINUIiU Ad.0itrtQTi feature of our creed which we arc a constituting communicate the information in the substance of Mr. BucbanazmsIett.r vaaccepb ,
of 'unti'y and efficient of- the officially (rum the highest sense of honor and justice
exertion control whichwe
tcr' ,I foundations its and is .
lfuleDlftlt political noka
rartkulerly emanated from Hmo m
fCn-i' fI maintain tIle
aM lAZY proud to a o c their name. We also solicit attention I
I teDIer bfJr word a your towsrdstbe of bis vtnerated father
that bile. I "In lboiued to carry them out obvi have a right to claim over it. And no memory, and writer statesmanlike toa-
aD moral form she '

the ,
to resolutions private
"m'l1t' great government adopted by that The scandalous use'aDd abuse that have
Lninl otheiI I
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1.011. aDd tl and power on earth should be suffered to iu ,
would commend l ife
r.Wo, UotIut from and upheld by a popular assembly as explosive of the views and and iu lofty patriotism
to entrute4Iiitb springing I been made of the and
eI1llDt'Dt, I recently private
in condition of pede or clog its by iDte-1 krI -
.giDt W. IC4CIIUJO' 110\,17-11 ; ad we contrast it with the That view of the the progress any policy of the mocratic'puly in relation to the attention and admiration of.nrr !I ;
confidential Utters uWcu.Jsckson. thrown
$ institutions in the Old World I encc with relations it euit our policyto ,
proUll'tDf" creed and practice of Federalism, under popular a may to the important involved American. Had any thins been wa '
public questions
II. r establish with the of the out in a disconnected manner,and frequently tt.'r 'r ,
high and sacred duty is with in government recommend the wise statestnsaof' 1
form which reeks
whatever name or torby inol\e in the Presidential election.
FLEl\lING States within whose dominion it lies and I by extracts, creating an impression I
& ; the and confid \ ",
CALL the vote of the constituent, and cna5 r pnaiLityupn Democracy The foment have associated yorr from his intention for purely svlvania to high"rrprd 1,
foreign partisan '
under circumstances surrenderour ,
of the we can no
of could hi-
people IOQD'I'I
conceives no imposture too monstrous thi a Jty name with that of an eminent and experienced IDA shocked the seiuibiltics the American'people ; I
and maintain of preponderance in the adjustment of allquestions purposes, ,:
to '
rights every have for a moment forgotten lh.-
for the upbll hymen
at Sato popular credulity. statesman,under conviction that
of all
ttorl\CU5 thereby the union the States arising out of it.Fourthly right-thinking people. of toil that he has in maintain..
lietolred. therefore, That entertaining ang o although your public career has been brief MrVJacfcson and years spent .
'pursutd a quiet
Rtxolred That in view of
these views, the democratic party uf the -nd tt>sustain and advance among them so yet that it has commanded the confidencenot unostentatious life active ing their rights and promoting their welfare .
}'loril1a.Ih,2& ,by continuing to re-| commanding in interest the people of the taking no partin could the history or.the last I
Union through their cnsttutionallLrty only of but the ; glorious-
Jacksonville tleltte AscwLle United States cannot but sympathise with your party, country the politics of the country further than
t, in iist exclusive leUU- and that talents and will forty years, with which be has bat id ntified -<
general I.
a rnnntiol tf Stte monoplie your patriotism
to duties of citizen.
cn.I the .
discharge good
1856.fOHN the efforts which made the
are being by
tion for of the the
fev at expense and of which h has been a. conspicuous
of concord of
aid in
vening together, a spirit Lnel essentially illustrating the principlesand lie ,
baa thus before the t t.
cow reluctantly
PRICE people ot Central America to
w. I of the and by vigilant and regenerate be oUiUraud
devotion to the doctrines and iaith of a many in firmly establishing the wise andgeuetous from of to the part *
I public stern duty
that of the Continent which a sense
adherence those covi -
constant principles and Still tha krtev written
from.th i memories-j.
Law and t of
at free the Democratic
representative government, appealing policy
party. of his illustrious father. The
& the the oceanic Isthmus. memory ( J.
Cuncclor of the i passage across the 15th of the month (rota
Attorney to their fellow citizens for the rectitude compromises Consti.tutionwlcbare We Under to you personally our sincere public will IIOt fail to sympathize with on past -
[ Fifthly Rejoiced That the Democratic.
broad enough would
strong shades
the o Wheatland
of their intentions and this quiet '
or nor.I" renew reassert congratulations distinguished
Circuit that
upon have
him in the
.in the C.tem .j embrace uphold the Union it is, and party will expect from the next Administration circumstances required emotions of congratulatory and t
'ILL prai. ( and Ca.iu.ttotItci before the American people the declarations an a proof of the public esteem, and remain him todu The the heir arouse patrioti
(ou effort be made so. only son, .
the ( to to
o the full
Ib, of avowed them the it should bin expansion every proper with of enthusiasm that tha ehaico oX thar
DC. 151 prncples by assurances profound respect, Your I the executor of General Jackson the tenant -
of the i inaiire our ascendancy in the Gulf of Mexico fallen .
energies capacity democratic had oa one suwocthy -' t.
Gt" in fcllww-cltizeus.
general con- o
wbcnon Coner oCsion" and progressive people. | and maintain a permanent protection of the Hermitage, standing as it were, ia l1 .-to be its cenremta.tive. .I'.
ISAAC S\Y.\lT, presented their candidates tbs great JOHN E. WARD t'iSRto I
the imperative
'cntiol they i of the great outlets through which are a sentinel at his tomb duty was .
for the popular suffrages. i. The following are the supplementary resolutions W. A. RlCUAKDaON, would have been '
and he unworthy !
tnlu | emptied into its waters the products raised ,
at 1. 'fLa the federal government is onc of in relation to the Kansas-Ne on the soil, and the commodities created by HARRY 111BBARD, of the trust bad Le remained longer silent: The letter of acceptance is ,euunteoua .
and dignified in its tone, but at the
from the W. tt.
:, E. FLAArroiiNKy.vTi.ANv. 1 Constitution powers, dehe solely of power braska question, and the foreign policy of the industry of the people! of our Vesternvalleys A. G. BROWN, lIu\IlucE June 20, 185C. same, time the views it imbodie-.an so- '
J.CKSOYI.U I grants and the Union at hinge.TII1iLOitI1tA1LitOA1). -
'111'8 made therein ought to h strictly construed the government. JNO. L. MANNING,. iTLEJUl\-Ee kind enough to give definitely and so vigorously expressed a- I

& Drlford, by all the departments and agentsof And Whereas, Since the foregoing declaration JOHN FOUSYTir, the following letter insertion In your paper to leave on no rational znJnd.adoub&oCjt. .- .

Smith the government; and that it is im-xj-e- was uniformly adopted by our predecessors A gentleman connected with the J. RANDOLPH TUCKER, : meaning. "

dient and dangerous to exerc'se: doubt in National Conventions an adverse of the. Florida Railroad has given operations us HOKATIG SEYMOUR. Within the last few weeks several individual ".:' a due acknowledgment of th".-

fl a.aLCl !. C A ? t11 J ful constitutional jjowcrs. political and religious test has been some interesting details respecting its progress I, W. P11ES10N. *, claiming tu have been personal honor conferred upon hirn the moat' notable

.. That the constitution does not confer secretly organized by a party claiming to and As be collect-: Hon. JohN C. BaEciE&1DGE. friends of General Andrew Jachson have features of the'letter is that ia whici! ,> '

and \Inaniri"to aU bo taewUlll entrugt4 upon: the general governrjent the power to be exclusivity Americans, anti it is proper ed. it connects prospects.Fcrnandina may, on the n. Atlantic published letters addressed to themselves, he plant*himself squarely and. oaaustaka.. j'.

tLL i8Dd pnmptlT commence and carry on a general system that the American Democracy should clearly with Cedar Keys, in the Gulf of Mcxi- LEXINGTON, \\., June 23. 1850. under the seal of confidence and friendship bly upon that great platform, established! .

,.- D. .,-Dr0' of internal improvement define its relations thereto: therefore, co, a distance of 140 miles. The road commenced GENTLEMEN :-I have received your let which were never intended fur puhcation, by the convention with the same unanimity t. '
I.IIlT.IUTE J constitution docs not confer nesoheil, That the foundation of this and calculated to wound the feelings exhibited in nominating him.... .
tur, Ol.e a St"uAie. 3. That the on the 1st of October last, and ter of the 13th inst., giviug me oi&cul information are they
lc.t.m j.117-11 n authority upon the federal government, union of States having been laid in its 1 there is already thirty miles of it graded of my aoia.naliou by tliu Democratic of many person who8tood high in the estimation Knowing well his duty a*a. candidate,h- ;

Mcintosh directly or indirectly, to assume the debts prosperity, expansion and pre-eminent example and ready for the iron, and one and one- National Contention fur the office of Gen Jackson to the close of took the wise precaution to introduce .

IcQueeII LAW of the lc\'erl States, contracted fur 1\C1 in free government, built upon entire third miles of trestle bridging, and the of Vice President of the United States. his life. The object of these puUications clause for the purpose of precluding th. '

.4rmNIr: : .4T. F.s internal improvements, 01 other State purposes freedom in matters of religious concern, only drawbridge on the line of the road, 1 fed profoundly grateful to the Democracy is *o manifestly for ih. advancement of raising of new issues by means oi iDterroI I

\IJme. 1 ; nor would such assumption be just and no respect of persons in regard to completed. Such rapid progress is highlycreditable for this distinction, bu far above iuj petty, personal ambition, and to injure ordestroy gatories.otherwise- Iliaaccsp.Unco oC
rank or place of birth, no party can justly those who stand in tho of the platform howeverunaeeessary U
t." CTSATTORNEYS 1 I\SI5G or expedient. to the contractors, commencing, merits anJ expectations, and accept the way may- I
and sound forbid be deemed national, constitutional, or in mousing scheme, that BU good motivecan be to those who are familiar with hi* political
E1'T & U(" I G. 4. That justice policy as they did, at an isolated point, hating to nominationith, the pledge that if it
AT LAW the federal go\'eminent to foster one branch accordance with American principles which. collect from remote sources laborers, tools, should result in imposing ou me any public possibly be attributed tu those who career, is so expressed as to leave none

: of industry to the detriment uf any other I bases its exclusive organization upon religious IJru\"bions, and materials of every descrip duties, I shall exert whatever power I are gratifying a morbid public appetite.It but anxious fault-finders chance to,zau*,

A' I ur to cherish the interests cin'portion opinions and accidental birth place. possess to discharge them with fidelity. seems thai they are willing, fur the a plausibb objection-!

Ijents for Claims, to .he injury of another o portion of our That we reiterate with renewed energy tion.One thousand tons of iron for this road The Convention wisely selected for the gratification of their own passions to raise Again i

490, SCVESTH STREET, common country; that every citizen and or purpose the well considered declarationsof have been shipped from New York to Fer- first place in the government and eminent the curtain of the past, open fires over But in no part of this remarkable litter ..
section vt the country"has right to former conventions upon the sectional statesman whose character and which the ashes have long since gathered,
WASHINGTON CITY. every I nandina. Four thousand tons of iron have public services are the feelings of the patriot and ta. ".
and demand and insist an equality oi I is"uc of domestic slavery and concerning teen purchased in England fur the furnish a guarantee that his administration and destroy, as far as their puny effortscan Qf the true statesman '.
tiC% Court of Claim*, 1 up.u of the States and that recently it the universal veneration sagacity moreap
nactii* .for andample the reserved rights accomplish ,
WILL and a complete ; will command confidence home
{ U-fcrt Cungru auJ the lights privileges, road, l.fUen hui.dmd of which Lave been at parent than in his remarks in. Delation toour .
It"ViMcrte 'I&I of and property we may more distinctly meet the issue on and abroad. with which the name cf Gen. Jackson is '
J persons and the
UTtrUl 1)r, :tIDeI:4.Z.LJ.31U1T0tt. prtecton all elJy t hii'|ed fur respect foreign po1icJThis portion orther .. '.
sectional exclusively \ '
from Tllence and foreign :grsIon. which a party, subsisting balance ,::111J1 shipped during this month. The platform adopted by the Conventionhas regarded.The letter affords assurance that aU that Zr*- S

I on slavery agitation, now relies to These purchases will iron fifty wiles of the any cordial apprva!. I regard it as undersigned as the adopted ton, thought and wisdom can do towards avert

8.S. "CT. 1 5. That is the duty of every branch of test the fidelity of the people, North and load,and it u the intention of the Company the only basis ou which the Union can be executor and trusted friend of Gen. Jack- ing unecessary war will assuredly bo done

U"I.1 n"5L'U. R the (joxiTjiuienl, to enforce and practicethe South, to the Constitution and the Union. to have it all Uid own by the first ot preserved in its origmil spirit. Adopted, son, protests must soleinny against this by Mr. Buchanan in the event of his Ibo-

BMS.LMitxor.vU.6. most rigid economy in conducting our Ilesolccd, That claiming fellowship with February: 'next, at farthest so as to 1mo oa it was. by the UDJ.lIimou:5'otes of the unscrupulous use of the private and con- tion,but also that when a real 'necussity-
I" lloo, E..C.YurW.Cusu" public affaits, and that no more revenue and desiring the co-operation of alt uLo fifty miles ot the ruaJ opened fur business delegates from all the States, it shows that fidential correspondence of his father, and shall arise he will not shrink fromn..th. .
Ktm.BBODIC i rrrttn N w \ to defray regard the preservation of the Union under lie appeals must confidently to the public I .t.i i
MeurLJ.L1J.A.CAIIrSnth&kyOP.C.IAt&ITT. i ought t h rais'xl thane required I at that time. A locomotive and cars will auiiuSl the distractions of the times thereremaIll5oneumtedlndpowerfuLor prompt and energetic exercise of the-power
constitution tin issue sustain him ia this : he himself
the ,
Government as paramount to protest
of the 3.ni- ,
: ,.11 necessary expenses be shipped from Philadelphia for Fcrnandina to be placed in his hands for the maiDtenanC8
:11. M.BiUUBTT ALEXA511n1 and for gradual but certain extinction and repudiating all sectional parties and during tl.e present mouth, and will aid zation whose common principles extend was the repository of most nf hit father'sprivate of oar rights, the vindication of I

& ALCXiNUEU of the public debt.C. platforms concerning domestic sla'ery"hicu greatly iu fac.htating the construction of over every foot of territory covered by the papers, and has never consentedto the national honor, and the protection of I

That Congress ba no power to charter \ seek to embroil the States and incite tLc road. About three hundred hands are Federal Constitution After the recent the publication of any 4f thell&, becausehe our true interests. Tho leading. and:governing
) aDJ F.itail Dcilf ia iiank that believe suchan to treason and armed resistance to law in believes that Di) such addition can be I. \
Ubolcsile a National ; we now tmploj, to be increased in Octoberto repeated aud deplorable failures of other principle of the new administration .

Groceries Provisions, Tobacco, institution one of deadly hostility to the Territories, and hose avowed purposes six hundred, and the work will be preS- parties to present to the country a national made, with justice to them memory of the will be strict and impartial justice, which I '

&c. the best interest of our country, dangerous if consummated), must end in civil war bed to its completion vith the utmost en organization, vvu may justly congratulate deceased, until the men who served with has ever been the guide of. Buchanan'* t. t. :
Scgars Li' uors Xails, and the and disunion the American democracy recognize him have.passed from the stage of action. t
[ to our republican institutions ergy. It is the expectation and df termination the States upou the unanimity which marked private and political&>.. ''I
At the corner Store liberties of the people, and calculated to and.adopt the principles contained : of the Company to have it liuKhed the proceedings of the Democratic Convention It would however, unfair to the feelingsof alt is idle for any out to attempt to. -

4 REEffS KXCHAXGE, place the Lusinetof the cuntf' within in the organic laws establishing the Terri- and in operation in two years from this ; and the patriot may point to the those who way have been touched by warp or garble any portion of this admirable 1 '
control of moiwy t< rbs of Kansas and Nebraska, as crubo- fact of constitutional union the extracts or full letters (rom General : .
JACKSOXVILLE, FLOIUUA, the a \. puwer time. as a pledge letter so as to shake theposition he-
hand full fuppliei CILI. and above the laws and will of the pco d)ing the only sound and safe solution of Fernaiklini is situated at the northern that the-delegate from Maine and Texas, Jackson, heretofore published, to withhold assumes in the outset by frankly aod fully W*+

LYLE. go.1sintheirIiue tty 0, _Unh they arc alwy pie; and! that the results of Demortic the slavery question upon which the great point Amelia Island: at the mouth oft. from South Carolina and California, were the testimony of the undersigned ;that up endorsing the Cincinnati platform., ITpom 1

(. IIbig at lbs lowt-vt market ralei. TUeii l legislation in this and all other financial national idea of the people of this wholecountry : Mary :uund. It has an admirable aa thoroughly united upon every question to the close ot his life he entertained for the issues therein presented he goes" before

kdIN_ Il.b"h'cl,. C.\Sl. Apr 9BLYLER measures upon which issues have been can repose in its determined conservatism harbor, with an ample depth of wattr I fora ; of principle as those from tho neighboring President Polk and lIon. James Buchananthe the country as our presidential Candida J .

made between the two political parties of I of the Union; non-interference (urge commerce. It is about 152 milLs Southern Mates of Tennessee ar.d Kentucky highest esteem and affection. In many to. and upon no other. Standing tbu r

& KLINE : the country,hate demonstrated to practical Congress with slavery in States of and from Charleston, or about twelve hours I.i or those from the neighboring conversations during his declining years, no one who approves of the platform car r .
the basis the
men of all parties their sound ness, safety Territories; that this was run by l iearner Tho road across the Noilkcru Stales of Wiscuuaiu and Michigan. when in the full fieedom of fireside ease. consistently object to the statesman whtha >
4M rtAIT n I all business compromises of 1850. confirmed by both ui.lcs be he spoke freely of their eminent services'and made :\ '
11ITI and utility in pursuits. Peninsula (1-10 ) can readily trav ,been its representative.
i FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 7. That the separation of tue moneys of the democratic and whig parties in national elled in fuur and a half hours, and tuo time This community of sentiment this feeling moral worth; on no occasion did he

the Government from all banking institutions conventions, ratified by the people in the between Cedar Keys and New Orleans, by of brotherhood, gives hope of perpetual ever intimate to his family that his confi- "He fa Xooady But A Printer" VTASHISGTOS \1
\VINES\ BRANDIES election of 1851 and rightly applied to the dence in them bad abated or his kindly
is indispensable for the safety of the steamer, will not exceed twenty-lour Union. It has been thu happy fortuneof ,
funds of the Government and the rights organization of territories in Ib54; that by hours. This will make the entire tiiuu between the Democratic party by adhering to feelings towards them undergone any I Such was the sneering remark of a person .
INS & SEGARS of this democratic well know to all who were not thou sand miles from the
the uniform application chAu C. It i U residing a
of the people. Charleston! and New Orleans, by the constitution, which was made to protect -
3etween Mian! and Bryan streets 8. That the liberal principles embodiedby principle to the organization of territoriesand this route, about forty-one hours. us all, to avoid the geographical, and well acquainted with Gen. Jackson that door of oar sanctum, in refering -to- the
S. Jeflerson in the Declaratien of Independence the admission of 110Statcs, with or The pressing importance of establishing, sectional issues azainst which Washington he clung with intense pertinacity to the profession" follow in pride! "1C raak<.

\ti of Market GEORGIA.JACOB 'll., and sanctioned in the Constitution without domestic slavery, as they may at the earliest possible time, a direct steam solemnly warned his countrymen ; and we interests of those 'whoui be regarded as : the bloou run rampant through our vein .

a. .ArAxxAIr. which makes ours the land ot liberty elect, the equal rights of all the State will communication between Charleston aud have every reason to believe that it is yet friends-SAaunieichut dependanty* and to hear such expressions from the Dp of a.
of be preserved intact, the original compactsof This will to which whom he had raised up by his patronage." I those pursed oo Republican soil I i
and the asylum of the oppressed every Fvrnandiua: is apparent. a equal to the high duty now devolves
COHEN the constitutions maintained inviolate, mis- These persons frequently (as can and 1 Who was Benjamin Franklin! ,, the philosopher ..1
nation have ever been cardinal principles extent, counteract the serious oa it of preserving the constitution and
and the perpetuation and expansion: of this great might easily be shown) appealed earnestlyto 1 .Nobody but a Printer 7
28 BROAD STREET. in the Democraticfaith; and every attemptto take which was made in permitting Charleston maintaining the rights of every portion of :
of citizens Union ensued to its utmost capacity of Hue of him for assistance in advancing their Who was Samuel Woodworth the poet?
S. CAUOMN'A.l abridge the privilege becoming to be thrown off the great the confederacy. If the unsound elements
CUILCTOX. to embracing, in peace and harmony, every own scheme and views even to Uw close '''Nobody but a Printer P! ,
and of soil among us ought travel between the North and South by the which troubled it for a time have sought
U\'ner State that be constituted of his life. Whilst suffering under pain- Who was GOT. Armstrong ef Jfusaenujetts -
which future American may a .
Broker uctiontcr resisted witn the same spirit construction of the Wilmington and Manchester congenial associations elsewhere, the loss 4 .
cAXD b alien and sedition laws from our or annexoofitb a republican form Railroad. Feraandina will be the has been more than supplied by accessions ful, withering diseaseand earnestly pressedby I 'Nobody GOT but a Primer'/. '
f\epnhe artful he would have Who was Biglerr .i CalUWaial '
of government. outlet of a valuable amount of produce, (rom the flower of the old whig party ; and every suggestion .
statue i ,
Lk. if be had but aPrintert'Whowas 14
the than human
Jleiolced, That we recognize rightof been more permitted Nobody.
and when will. bo of
thus it the
under the season reinforced destiny
'I'l 9. That Congress has no power Territories includ- even during coming irritation GOT. Biglec efPen vlTaniaT j
the people of all the expression of momentary -
i. inevitably under the lead their de-
is finished U must the democracy of -
interfere with or control the Ita.lroad ,
imlDJ KET' the constitution to and the but Printer f .
Kansas and Nebraska, acting through to creep into private letters Nobody a "
ing -
of the be thoroughfare of trmI.CharlestoI : stinguished chief, to maintain the high .
several ,
Institutions a
the domestic the fairly expressed will of the majority of| fault of their }pre..ion'fILS Jot ia him Who were George P. Morris,Jasv 'Harper .
Liftfldji, Stocks, Bond, States,and that all such States are the actual residents; and whenever the number Mercury. of our county before tho world-topreserve who wrote but rather in those whom heznwisely Robert :Sears 1 .'Noboy'5ut Pxi -. -
the of class of citizens .
Nego equality I
&c.fP" sole and proper judges of everything appertaining of their inhabitants justifies it, to forma ALL'S RIGHT IN MAINE! every trusted. ten 17 ;. \
the of
U) their own affairs; not prohibit constitution, with or without domestic be mistaking the demonstration -to protect perfect liberty con- Tho letter l of General Jackson in regard I Who* were Senators Cameron, Nuts. '.
LUenl There no the
can science and to of the
j.P.lS56 arue.1t me oLQ.PUCKNEY Prfnerty. by thus constitution; that al efforts Induce slavery, and be admitted into the Union at Bangor. When wo reached Union rendering secure equal justice peace to Mr. Buchanan,writen in February, 1845, Dix 1 'Nobody but Printers I' ,.
to by to'evcry '
\ or others upon terms of perfect equality with the Bangor on Monday n'ght, the hotels 'were (dated 28th) extracts of which have been Who was James Buchanan .ef Ptl- I
t to interfere with questionsof is of the rania late Minister to England?''. 4 .
In. Congress other States. all overflowing, and multitudes still un- part.With sincere acknowledgments for the recently published precisely one -oor
I slavery,or t take incipient steps in relation to character and written under the:'circum body bat a Printer f .: "
for. It was necessary open : sentiment contained iu
( lead the or TlmgcovxltN3xENr. provided friendly personal '
un to POLICY
n't pfKCKxer CO.J thert wo t THE private houses, and many slept/ on board letter I sin respectfully friend ; stances above alluded to, and did not contain And reader, wecould gift 'yon a Feng J' I
FACT.OR 1 mot alarming and dangerous consequences inevitable, Resolved, finally, That by the conditionof the boat. A collection of happier faces and your obedient servant your any deliberate conviction of his mind list of names of di.tiogWhtd'JaeD i who .: k

t' I and that all such'eforts have an of the the popular institutions of the old world was never gathered than that of the democracy JOHN C. ,BRECKINR1DGE. as is simply shown by his cordial treatment were and are Printer .. Iw think i it /1 I

i MERC1IAIT, I tendency to Lappines. and the dangerous tendency of sectional at Bangon on Tuesday. The black )I srs. Ward, Richardson Hibbard, Law of.tr. Buchanan ,during his whole' less 1\\ J-

North Commercial people and endanger the perz.'zaneucy agitation combined with the attempt to republicans looked sa.d"and" fearful. The Brown } Tucker administration-.-his appointment to Russia One thing Li I ,evideat everybody u.t :
rence Manning 'Q"y h.
1 gg i 8. WI 1,7 of the Union, and ought t enforce civil and religious disabilities in the Fremont thermometer sunk Preston. -his subsequent recommendation of him chooses cannot be Pnater! TThtnrrer I !.

i. '-----------_Chatut be countenanced by any friend of our P against the right of acquiring citizenship mercury rapidly and will notrise agaiu-in Maine. Svymourand to others, and the fireside conversations people |tura vp their, BOM' at 'a -Printer; : j..

Joseph Whilden, liticul institution the foregoing proposi- in our own land, tire high and sacred duty The tide of republican rejuicings 'has, received REVIVING THE'OLD SLANDFR with his'family to which I have before you may be certain' of one thiag.TiUT ..

l '. dealer in"lilts Re6olrec That ,embrace is devolved with increased responsibilityupon a sudden check. When the cLcen ', aiiaded. rmr ARE.: SHORT,or II.U 1 t : !
intended *
Oil and Glass and & o in the Democratic party oi( this country went up in Norombega Hall,our opponents The know-nothing black! republicanpresses It is not the intention of the undersigned -t

1 so. UAn ., the wbIe subject 0 slavery the aitti as the party of the Union, to uphold and in Bangor thought they beard their death- are shameless enough (says the in this publication to interfere iu the'political '"\ July 8.-_The troe' friend*' S

. It .Tu' CongrCU, Union standing on this. na- maintain the right of every state; and knell. Nor did they feel much better when Philadelphia Argus) to revive an'.old exploded conflicts of tho day, or to do anything of Fremont in all sections, feeling' that his "
KEP twasl., party of Lbs thereby the union of the States; and sustain they went to tho whig convention at city further than to protect the reputa- the .
.u s will abide by and, adhere miserable slander against James election i is endangered by intrigues ea .
tional constitutional sound national lion and fame of bia 'tibcr'and preserve 4
kIdiLtX.N.T1NDO advance us found '
OILS V'atlr among hall. There they
14 al of the known foot to defeat him. are consulting too'
"a u att Buchanan. We alludj to''' the drop of of character open
A1ILE. resist all and and harmony a -
a tl) monopolits no mercy consistency
B. liberty by continuing sentiments in the ascendant '
Of.Ai of convention which
t !}; q. ) i'a. t the compromise measures MtUed. by and exclusive legislation for the benefit shown whatever to'thoso J 'who sail under blood" falsehood. It is a'falsehood made dear tu the,whole American people. expediency .calling a and
American keubhicanparties
a will the .
1 DJ4'UILUSIIES far reclaiming Cngitivt8frl bring .
.ftJ. GU ( fa Congress. the st act of the few, at the expense of,the, many- the black publican Hag. out of the whole cloth. Mr.; Buchanan ANDREW; JACKSON together bfc the'Tiw-PreVidencTr' '.

. -._O us- e"ic'or labr Jncldvbich and, by the vigilant adhearanoe to these lion George Evans of hlscityaJdress.1ed never said what is attributed to' him, at There being no question about CoL Fran' '
"ILLJA HO epr6 principles and tho compromises of,the constitution on Tuesday evening in NorombegaHall Hox. G.; G.- Diix, or IJIDUXI.-The his frieod ia 'tM '
, M. of the consttutiot, cannot, any'time in place, or in any way or mont at the caucus of >
which are broad and strong the assemblages any member of the '
of most glorious
pYi1ion orsochanseddestroy ; one distinguished gentleman, a held at WshingtofTlast night waa. .1
,(LaU TUDDO, Pin sey A ) I and the Union Tho assertion is that he made the gress ,
b were
C. \ rpa1e. to embrace uphold The galleries tenie. '
.. enough wo ever saw House of Representatives in Congress, who thought best that Messrs. Daytottr.an 1 .
1 .a. O O? O H. rCOMMISSION'JIERCHANT a t or the democratic party as it was, and the Union as it is-tho Union jewelled with ladies and the floor was declaration l in a speech many years ago. Johnston should both.withdraw: in fvNEc"' ;, '
has 25' toiled for Whig* and who
full d attentive years
: /lu at renewing in Congress as it shall bo in the expansipn. crowded with1 earnest, intelligent The falsehood 'was coined and started of a candidate, acceptable to all parties. ;";
attempts of the the energies and capacities of this great *listeners. ')I:._Evans justified hU Mr.. Buchanan has an unbounded influence in his own i I ,.
the agitation
P.,FIr4a ud Soulbeni ,or out of U, whatever shape orer progressive people.' t reputation as a sound. thinker as ,well as'an about twenty years ago. State,'cannot.brook, it'i is said, the supremacy ,, .i'
Gera under denied it then as he does yet UP W.ITU TIlE FLAOTho '
5eu'tim publicly
slavery His
1 RQ in -" wade..Resolce4 First-Resolved, That tho question con-. eloquent speaker. of Banks anti 'the' Know-Nothings
JV/iqrf CartesIo's_ S.c the attempt the may b of the nected with'tho foreign policy of the country eminently national l, and his rebuke to thesectional Tho first meniiI.aiicaiterwho! ff. heard the and ''will donblcss throw 'Hollander newspaper, patlished 1 t S

; !4449l.k..tsvsanbGL 11at be pros applied pub is inferior to' no' domestic: question I conduct of the black republicans '/>cecV iftrie r-: l ting "united. In a card dei1y.1 in'the House, Holland Ottawa county, theo.vgan' of the j 5.

. tie landi ought t m the n'futevcr. The time has come for the people was unmuiatakablysevereVobaye : ,. their own signatures that Mr.1 his influence in favor of tho Democratic very numerous Holland colour in sad .
, i .wz; & Co. th. wtiow'I objt specified are 'opposed 'cn.t.tut any of the United States to declare tbem- '\ not time' to-'day to do, justice Buchanaii bad,:used_the expression imputed 1 nominees. about that place, raise. \ht cUaomtio- .t $1flagahdsayG
.UWl a-nd in either
; SUWTOS, of such proceedsamong solves in favor of free seas and'progressivefree to".the proceedings 'Tuesday l
!aH1Si( I law for the'distrIbutiOl3 I throughout tho.vorld. And,by convention.. Woassura. our.readers who But it is needless to waste timo:ia' further head of KI
. \F nn.rly of alike Inexpedient in i ip1i trade JUST So.-An ,Indiana Know Nothing,. "To-day the .oar .eolnnwr
, t' C I ",S the States, u tbo ] solemn'manifestations. to place their moral were not.ln Bangon'that they .raisaod' one refutation! (the petty::"slander. ,No man writting to the Louisville Democrat,, thus graced with the names of democraU4noau'I

I SeFI3bLfld U LJ and rp gnto are cn.ttuUon, : influence.by the .side' ,of,their 'successful" of the most brilliant and inspiring'Maine.) occa-The .I will write. .it, ,or speak it'wbo .bas any respect laconically expresses Ins agony" at the fate neon for th.presidency aad.vies pnasuJsmj*". r .

1 an: 1)1n Rt'Tat.trm the 'President op,. example. ions we hate ever had iu, bafeltinevery ,for himself or 'desires thi respect of his'partj In'that'State: 'Sambo:has got of the United States-men whom It tots** "

f 1 > p&e by'which be U enabled -! Scconcl-Rt'ot, 'That ou.geognpbi' effect of tbua'deroottst ration will Sam" .Htf won'fn.n let Sam'.leep'in the pkasnre.tb support ia the comInc I'r

Veto restrictions power, 1 and respontibm- cal and political position with reference to part f..tbe. aute.1 The'democracy, ot p opiev! :. same bed with him over here ia Indiana. because wo believe them to be me In,whoae '
. : r fF* 1'14' wrf CJommUtion under States of this continent no Int': of, 1ano are now on,the high road, ,to victory must rule America "
other .con.6dea
!? i.ret '.sufficient to guard the publicIntetSSltowspendthepaassge the ? '*' 'Tho Norfolk (Va) Herald, ,heretofore a H*swears that'Africens the country can put.implicit .
OCTU AIUKTIO : ota bill than the interest of par commerce and thedevelopment !-Mfc'rn Argus from And his motto now J id-Tut nome but 'Ja1Det1 Buchanan., is ,eropoatica\lr tbs Lvion

'. '; .' Chrt Lii. merit cannot, secure, thi approvalrf of oar growing'power?.hst jfry G' Know Nothing I paper; ba..come out Niggers'on guird'to-o'ght.' ?. We're going ,oj fJto people. H*.la.th*. po at,,*<' j

. .u pe tl>.Fact.q. whose the Senate and-house. of quires that wo bold to the sacred_principles in favor' rFreuiont1for o.Prtd'! that organization,'and ran up the name' ,- to the devil aS fast as ire can, and { Wlltt.to Web will ooV centre all the.;e nurrr '

t, "o. ''WDt1;'.M;,&dZflkDCIni. &. twoAlrdtor. until the judgment of th Involved I in: the. Monroe, doctnjne.L.Their deDe1.'I ", *..: n -\\I1... J a.h./O.il .11 ;liines Buchiaau.for .Prcsidfu, .;, ( .et1tC'Q:, ;P ,f.to. I "". .: ._'. ,, t.en4eki tndtofluencei of ttl tq 0

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J'Df'Vof the N. 0. Pic\f In the same year'he was run for KNOW'NOTHING CON8ISTANCY." 'rom TBI-rtoitDA saw*; Signs of t&D.Times democrallc p&rt1M'"X... Yolk ..

I'k ) .. IN ". MEXICO.MMICO Tttus.JAOKSONVILLE troller in New York A the Domin Cop i Companion and contrast ple. an ,in A3IERICAX8 AMERICASAudiatttr 811n.l RULE --I KIowa WHIGS FOR, Dt'CU&CAN.-George I Iolllon nominate at SYracuse on.th.3'etJ lit I..to
** i: q June IS, 185&t lhc jInrbi Free Soil Whig Convention, .btcldebr j 8aenc which when upon KnoW et altera part. Nightengale true and tried map-for state a omcers.ticket for rnid laiaJ'aDtJ 1117 I,

moment. all public Interest J reveal curious specimens of its arwhccl horse to the ft tiGn- roi Tbst&te hard.
At_ !Uu potent by one of their resolutions, uncm- Americans ruled America at the declaration t twenty ttee.ln their ,

t ts .blk ono great the question, .: promising hostility to the extension'of inconsistency. As an ,illustration of 'th, of Independence being three mill at whig party in Iowa. I of the day, 81Y"BeheTing -annOUDCelDtntClC. _. .

.'. I vlnch is & nlalon to 1tlement lert slavery into Territory now' free, or which truth of Lhi propsitiO we give a spi- ions ;amcricans ruled America_ during' ,C. C. Hewitl:for many years:the, .faforite .ections el tLat eon fttio l or the

r 0fj0Spazg.bconvenUOflttCftty. SATURDAYr'jULY 10 lS5 hereafter acquired by action men'of Nothing increased of the whig in Dubuque county the ckllOcrati I-rt1 hr.
4 fore I Urn explained this treaty may, b any &nlf eighty years,the 'nation laving i party 'i bletlat the same time ,' ,\
with the Spanish Minister of the gverment'or the"Union." and one o our ni&hbo the Repilblcant to twenty-five millions; americans ruled -a'man of talent*, .influence. and devotion flG dhfflcuhty I\mak and I'tae,, ,j lI"te'
resent !.
..autnn& determination of in 1843 voted How kindred are these the Union. w.the
He whist Congress detcons America after the annexation of Texas, I to coming tJ'IeD and i
I Gocnunclto'Npudill it as a to fraud stand BO i with the Abolitionists in favor of annulling their sympathetic sensation-delicately 1 California and New Mexico ; americans Major A. M. Hare, lIon John G. Stein, entire put1 iso,,, *nIuiij1 tlnlt 1h.
as .
and stupendous, that
T forth,a!master work vf its kind, even in thihndsofS&nth I thc act, of tbe LcgUlalive council of] they tally equisitely they correspond amplcuinglytbey wilt rule America after settlement of the I Il and a host of other good men and good ed for the 6th the of conyent .bich, ..4ifnttd

AnnLUI the lertrt of Florida "prohibiting the balance. Yearly neighborfonrfrcshness I l vast territories between the atlantic states :, citizens of Muscatine county, ,who were on the 20th of August, be held Ie S1racuse

i It \ well known !tn Spain that thUGovernment migrating! of Free Nezs and 'inulattoes from the' discipline of tho and the pacific,offering room for several active Scott.men i in the, canvass of 1852. waj. we trust that IOUn.July, at 12.M. JatLia

S wuuld not recognize| i; but nto FioJ .' Sentinel should 'ep. you straight in th hundred millions more; americans would L. B. Fleek. R.ci.,of Washington county : b4t made] and tM dnaocDt lIOInillatiOQl .

,k was trilling t peaceably adjust the amuunt These of his acts and opinionsup trace We would, ''i (and with :: honor to brought mtoline a, eor ia pvt1 .
Sp1 arc some L.t rule America with the states extended Lithe an old line whig-an any i it* action oniteda '
duo to SpsnM triumphant.
I really much diffidence the old discipline ,
luLjt. Vice ) a ,
other n view, For President to the time of his clectioa: to !I istmus 'of Panama ; americans will parry;
having -
*K i availed howc\er herelr, o t(:' lpportunitJ' to lend Presidency, and subsequent' succession to and do truly hop that )your I rule America as long as thc Union exists, T.'W.'Caggett, Esq., of Keoknk,a Scott y e1esrn- 1

to Vera ( and at tl.umo .I JAS. BUCHANAN It is however, contended alma'.Pater will not Qncl your diploma its 1852 and better man than he b .
a menacing it rz the Presidency. and tho Union will last as long as constitution elector of a The Hr .,
: k,
a negltating .. that when .: for.the sidcwisc shj.i' hundreds Cast. ;
the South
time his at These and
by him.
is understood a _. OF PFNNSYLVANIA.Fpr supprr is kept sacred; with the extinction : has left behind 1V .,.ie* July 1tm.
hUO il\ fat It he his views were i From tbe Sentinel,Jane 10th. noa. .
Cuba to hecme mo- the would show
sbout to leave fulow Prsident of tho Union republic more. resumed the
: 1iO Army i Pied 5 and what they : We furthcnnor say that there is nothing t. Journal., :: .Jay eon,5derarwn 'It C\e .
the arrivsl ut the fcet o YiccrPresident, : CI / Platform the first symptoms of consumption and The Lansing (Michigan) .say expulsion case A
"I' in the Philadelphia which !
J was not omca1T. President." We should think an and mohuion r _
Ofcuune tllo I.iuiser rule America by foreigners would "John W. Longycar, esq. a popular offered _
the of
I' remained 'fhc JOII.V C. BKECKIXHIDGE, seeks to,interfere with vested rightswhicl reprobating the assault
I( 'vhio% the feet entire revolution in his opinions was necessary and this town who was the Qc1 a1ao
rcivcl to mediate: have already accrued under commence, viz : the imperial royal talented lawyer of language in cebate Jff
i bondholders OF personally
7\ t : lifl at least aUcll't.1, a Ujorit). of thcm, KEXTtCKY. to'tnakc him a safe man: for thc tion and laws made in pursuance thereof, rule of Europe, directly or indirectly ready whig leader of his party while it was in members of Congre or reflect.j'
., they uffenA the French Ministcr I South. We can well imagine that his feelings and that it is no part of the American creed staunch and enthusiastic .
the patient slowly or speed ui"tencc..ia Star which
:1 to reduce thCT ctm: For Governor, to dispatch was lost by m JJTCobb'
exclude naturalized foreigners from the I to
) 71 :
nbnssador to a I did somewhat after his election t the and Breckenridge." ,
:4 ecortet1 the 8pgsb rra c1lan6 of sufTerage. or from the right to ily as circumstances Mould dictate; supporter of Buchanan resolution, declaring
: l'resident : the
the : S. PERRY right IU
it M. of thc South
wa with
%atc tnteM about tho crdial support office. When a foreigner Lcmes spiders would spread their network from Jaiaea Miller, Esq. heretofore an unwavering without jurisdiction, lost !!?

:: aid he SIais"J.ptS\a\ion'UI,' :et,cuuM a not OF ALACHUA COUNTY. 1 but we also believe, that if ho had been naturalized according to law, and' tkes an Brazil to Canada, covering and crippling I'I whig, a popular and talented lawyer, The resolution (or expolsin by US te".

c.' "! tu ICI\r1 without; urders from ( defeated, or should now be defeated, (which oath to support the Constitution of the the regulations of governments policy, 1 of( Grand Rapids, at the recent ratification the House, and the vote 1rU'put ?
For veaV
o. 1Ithdr D 1 Congress, he will to his original United States, and the Constitution of the 1"
;: vfCuuu: in can- the will) return and homo institutions, his resolution -
certainly that signified '
; Captain tePR 5hort and State where ho makes his application and national industry, i meeting in city, nays 95-it not Loin; two-tL rdt it i *
4 ; Jut h:1 yu the ttorics put It atoat. GEO. S. HAWKINS, opinions with greater rancor against all the laws of the land, and solemnly renounces unhindered by any counteracting power 1 I to give his best service to the democratic t. therefore rejected. Mr. Broul' ,**
; :' with in mst of from day to day OF JACKSON COUNTY. :I thc South than.ever. In short we believe all allegiance to all foreign powers, But the Union and the constitution w i il cause hereafter. l e1benan Titlina speech, announcing to the IIade ,
t House
i.i,' to rdatc all the Icort o the dilcu1ies, as : what little good feelings ho has fur the and especially to the prince, potentate and stand and be preserved and there is not prominent and energetic whig heretofore, had sent his resignation to .tfttt .;
) '\ uLont the Mljlstmcnt by For Electors, I South is incited by interested and selflslimotives. power from whence he hnmigrat-then thc tie Go'tn.,
t3 one by one nor ever was danger fur the republic Whj of Flint, in this state, tow mounts of Sooth Carolina. lie .
i they \tre the first I did PIIILIl DELL,, of Cast Florida. But what boon has he we adopt him as our ; : .k then mirj .
CfenU Frlm i great I outcries fears and lamentations and makes his voice
it f ubscqUCUt would ". .\. I.ON'G, of Middle VIorMa. tled to all the rights privileges and immunities therefore all those democratic platform, the ball. .
;' nut ble'e that the aitho'tnltcr' b >V. D, HAItNCS, of West Florida. j conferred on thc South, which has excited'; which belong to native born lab (rom some quarters in bchall resound for Buchanan and Dreckinrid e." .

t amiebly acjustl other white people. i admiration of gentlemen to such a pitch. jects." I of the rule of America by americans.The The Rock Island Argus states that the From X Iatg*. "

'. piar ar uncertain." 1 do not klfe thai I JAMCB GCTTI, KMJ IOu authorized Agent for I Why simply did not veto thc compromise "Americans for of the America," is tho of cherished the- destiny of the world i is in the hands republicans were badly! taken aback there NEW Yon, July U.-rIle O.tz4h4lau.
I Hilliboroagh mass
.so. Mexico Is disposed to settle All, nor tho dos talk G. couuty. E Merchant, U cur at- cf 1850. That is tho whole sum and American people-that great is to say, so long of f the one ruler on high, by whose kind a short time since, by the failure of Cot arrived having left Nicaragua on the 7tsC_wt
wish it to be sett'ed.! E. r"CFTt $q' substance of his aid in that matter, for it then he is destinaled one sublunary address public meeting Gen. ,Waiki-r has been elected i
: spain all the news- A scut fur the city of St. AujuHire.f a a foreigner remains a foreigner, providence ii:. D.Taylor to a WniJat

I i 1, : .u the pnvatc flCOtiati0tI5 amount, absolutely to I T. r.ATA, ll q-.is our auiorizlgcut cannot b shown that he, with all thc patronage shotild'ndt vote here ; but when he forgets I land with the leading nation, to propogate called by them. 'They sent a committee by an overwhelming majority'Oil t'lt 24& '

I paper publications, The fleet came to insult Mexico; i fr pJ cly uf Charleston: S. C. I of the government in his hands, his attachments t the Old and CountyitsInr becomesh4'roughly Christianity, freedom and civilization to escort him to the stand, when il was June, with but few, votes_cast f>c. the 4

t'.i. and lutbing Meic.like )Ia\\\or loves to b. brought a single northern vote in Congress : :, customs Americanized and prejudices then, be is 'ual- : tbroghout the world; this one nation is, discovered that, if he spoke at all,he would position.' Tbe common people fooling,

''. insuled e.pecia1Y: by Spain At this is courtS tile.O' j JACKSONVILLE, JUNE 21, 1S.1G t the snpport of those measures. }:reryLo.Jy fied to ex rse'the elective franchise, ; "in the lands beyond the seas, sending out advocate the cause of Buchanan and Breck. on hiw as then deliverer from the! opprw. .
Oo\Ocmmcnt ,
1 liberal candidate in knows, that the compromise of 1850 should : to posts of honor, .'by sea its ambassadors and swift messengers ., sion and injustice' of their native tit..

ing Sttc& desirous like a or certain being a constable, TIE CAMPAIGN-FLORIDA NEWS. ,'was passed by the votes of Southern I and ism station!". of trust. This is American' ; Ac., according to Isaiah's of old prophetical !, inridge.W. M.Roberts,Esq..engaged in bniHing., .large ailver mine has been t eovir. ,4', .

.. )who Ouu in "for an tiLe popular mClsurc To a sin1e ouliscrlber, . 81.00 whigs and democrats, aided by the Northern From the I'Replblcan" July 16. holy writs. Placed by its sublime t railroads in Iowa and well acquainted with' in C ntrat .America. The 'Oruofa Ifmdays ,

!, or the"e'Isy, and the next war.ious" his but llt-not To a CIuii. of 5 3, Address, nine I P. 0._-.-. 3 200,00 democrats, and perhaps some half dozen Foreigni&m and Romanism had become calling by its enlightened condition, by its. the public sentiment in that state, infonni' later from California H YI uiQa.
and I I *
form was llltc tugn fur a & I 7, I I I 5.0 Northern whigs. I is also well known, thc visible controlling elements in the political greatness; in every sense! in its abroad thc editor of the Eric Observer that, it i ia i portant.

,ec cxactly precise enuugn Yirinalolti. I 10, I I 700 I' that if Mr. Fillmoro'd friends had been in propitiation by both the great parties acknowledged exalted position among nations I and Breckinridge. ,. ,.
) xecut 'c, for Buchanan
can. The clicQ Orders mutt be accompanied into which the country was divided. Arrival of the Ceorre law. *
to desire hos- titthe I the ascendant in either House of Congress, this nation is itself thc fundament standout : '
profess of
\ dose not "l tho American has living issues The "straighl whigs" The
contrry. money ut party .: I steamship Gtore Law, hat trritf *
with Spain could have I
light not
tlitiCS, a war in We tender the Campaign Floruit Xevsto those measures pssc.- to present, and practical measures to and invincible fort of the republic ; consequently firmly against Mr. Filimore. At the: from the Isthmus with

J be classed among the moSt 1opular active Ucmorat and political committees -I He could not bring even all of his own ca adopt. It proposes essential reforms in before the end of Ihis year republicanism -, recent whig convention in Louisville a resolution -. ; one nutliwj tarn

# htitutions of this cuntr-Barrel as it stands; who think that its circulation will b: bine to their lupprt for none of the thc Naturalization Laws. to procure a purification not black and dark'but, bright. expressing the confidence of the hundred thouaan,1&ll5- in ..,-ueeip- -. I!
,.ih This'nicn is a pretty on the one tide, andV useful in the--present cnwst i Northern membrs or.his cabinet except to of the elective the flood Franchise of. Foreign j it pauperism proposes -- and shining as the star of the WISO men whigs of Kentucky in Millard Fillmorp, .Mr. Dallas. .r. B t I

Spanish contempt and insolence on the',. : A. I Mr. Webster, and perhaps Mr. Hall ever and prevent crime which is inundating our in the east, will have swallowed all modern I and saying be was as worthy of their support WASHINGTON,July l3..li.ptc7,5 .1

J.; other wit the Spanish demand and the fur Men the. BA'AOU. gave tbeir'supprt to them. And how cities, and thence overspreading the country isms on the basis of the purest conservative as in 1848, was rejected by the Tote been received from Mr. Dallas! statin hit .

I treaty complilwith, first be none We arc requested to announce was : of this boasted ; it proposes forever to banish from the republican Cincinnatti! platform! coun'ies against to one in favor. his retirement (rum the< Qnecn's laff in
I sixteen
jt demand that justice that there Democratic compromise brought about 1 Mr. Dixon a political Hold all Romism and Foreign in- will still and for an indifinite future with Proof. of
Sin knows that fnmc will assist to wil 3 and we At late democratic meeting! in Milton company Mahan tt'en pwjt

, ... humble Mexico; and in turn Mexico know. t Barbacue given in this place on whig Senator from Kentucky and a gentleman decne"XU\\that a portion of the country 15, have the satisfaction to see America ruled Indiana, a it was addressed by W. A. Buckle, 'M entirely a matter of personal eoavta!
'! aui.t herE character has statedin : ,
wi citizens of the highest ,
that the United States t, Friday the 25th inst., All through the action of demagogues, well by Americans. I old-line whig, who took ground in kuce.
f' humble both of them. The people hc1 I of arc a public speech, that Mr. Filimore "a nigh embroiled in civil war, the American csq., an
will be \\ar-lh irrespective party Mr. Uuctiauau at Home. and nominees -
'" there of the Cincinnati platform Procceilluc* Iu ,.
do i nut imagine opposed thc or party proposes to take the in handas favor nr.'flASiibGToN.JuIv '. ,
.. (iovemmcut is sure of it. The SpuM6VhjecU h invited to attend and partake of: at least thc Fugitive t slave compromise law part of it, American patriots, mater: to dispose Thc Lancaster Examiner, a Know-Noth- and appealed! to all lovers of the I ll.Sk.sac pro.. !

..'i dreed it, and arc scling ther the Dinner. JUDGE HAWKINS -' of it as intelligent Protestant Christians ing and Black Republican paper,which supports Union to give them their support. : ed lu the."'IlllSi.rt"r. iu'or private b.llt.
have vetoed that bill but for '
would Hocsc.-.JIr.
ami Ol-ver
of .
: house in order for a fepcedy tltht. 1heI. Candidate and Prtestant Freemen should. Frcmont and Freedom," bears cheer- Advertiser that the : MwmHiri. frum .
Spanish Miuibter is to uUe ins !artur the Democratic the pj'.verful influence of Webster and Thus holding iL.svlffortli as the party of The Lebanon says the minority! of the Kansas invostigitiajcommitiee.
Mr. Buch
I. and the Jrncl MlniAt-r is to takedjuniatfairs for Congress is to be present ('I ,)'. Again, the Cincinnati Times the p.cifclion.of patriotism, of Protestant, ful and voluntary testimony to -old-line Clay whigs in that locality declare made a report i iii! which hi.says
.. The fcnati- anan's unbending integrity and his noble intention to anj vote that the resolution ou whicU the
holy of Governmental reform thvir support committee
hil keepinJ. the in Ohio defends ,
and will!address people. of Mr. Fillmore Fredom
,0 e with all mjMul )' leading organ social life. After introductory I was made was Dimply to collect
hla families lrel ) generally, the American party has claims character in some Buchanan at the fall election. evidence -
: James
at the An will also be of- him for approving the "Fugitive slave or and report tit to the House. H.
they arc frightciie prosllct opportunity upon the popular regard which must secure remarks the editor( the Examini i Henrv
fo old whig of -
iS aks out. They re- law" before the Northern by al- The Sentinel, an paper had uo expectation beyond this being
S thc war fered theAmerican party to people its success-and with such able and fearless which >at.
editor of
I t er proceeds to say; county "cnnessl'the He the of the
their former late,and they blc\'c that it his o\vii. and champions and leaders Mlard! arraigns report majurity u
member hedging was against :as Fill- for
t ", and pillago wil again I' be heard, as-it i b designed that 'We know the man as one of our most i i says he was a Clay whig twenty years being altogether expoarte, rtmark.n; that'man
ami Jackson
murder more Andrew Donelson .
that of his to veto con- to national democratic
'I : the principles party for the
1 cannot say that war will be declared I free disciU5>uoa shall be had. I = marshal its furces during the canvass respected fellojv-cilizens gentleman: of hai come out ) of the statements are maW withouta
Mexican opinion is so i dcdded !: -- titutioml: act of Ctn rc3 That act was present unblemished personal integrity and unusually nominees. fact from the testimony to support! .
1 fcr the Ut tone Manilla:of and Cuba ,ri I ba 1 lust DC.Mocir.vrit; .\.l.nST iNTs. the only one in the whole series of lawscomposing IriUmt. : and glorious victory must agreeable manners in his social inter- I I In Virginia eight of the thirteen know- He abs stated that the evidence .h,*t

:," i sue alone, and Vle belief The Democratic candidates for Governorand' : the of 1850 by course with all classes. I I nothing electors appointed have declined, that Mr. Whittield was duly elected delegate
joins ,
: KSl that the American GO\OCflment will address.their fellow-citi compromise -N- 'r A ii LN I,: -We know him as a friend of the poor and declare: that they shall go the democratic ; to Congress in November of ll&L

I IH'1Jlt fair play, and.pretentany, outide Congress : which tho South was to be at all benefit- Thu leader in the lat Republican is a widows of this city, who, when thu piercing I nominal ions. aud wh:!<, the testimony is conHicting,sal
vilI see France. This may hac zens at : led, and J'ct if we are to believe Senator blasts of rach successive winter Hiran Kelchum publishes a card in the directly contradicting; in some points nbv '

.' ,: intelfclenclrom. these foreign power i Ocal9..M.. fondayl July 1 U.I Dixon; and tho Cincinnati Times, Mr. sober well written article and we believe brought shrieks of cold, and hunger and S. Y. Commercial: denying that he took live to the election .>f March, 1855, for
( 5.fld ,
T, its etlect, befure pushing to cxlrcmilici I Flemington..Tnesday 1 15.Micanopy..M.Wcdn1Jayh entitled credit whateverfor is a tolerably fair expression of the real want in the frail tenements of poverty, any part in the rtcei.t republican meetingat ,: members of the Legislature! jet fnmi th.whole .

4 ... i use wen has been so .uJdcnljr)' arouse, IG.I Fillmore is to no principles of thc American party. It is could apply to tho 'Buchanan Relief Dona the Tabernacle lie cannot go Fremont. it c.lc.rlya1'lJCarl that the anti-its*'

1 spirit that tullkient to make trouul I I Orange Spiings..Friday, '! 18. his cause in that matter. in written! in a different style from the tion1 for their annual supply of wood, and vuty party was in the minority in jburUci ,

', 1 But the auoil Government is Palilka.............Saturday. 19. We pursue this investigation further very sitting down with their orphaned childrenin The whig convention of Baltimore assembled out tlr eighteen election districts.
tha thal thc ditor and is think
enough, and yet the Spanish Minister wel] St. Augiistine..Tuesday 2. in our next. much salutary of : we the cheerful warmth of a blazing firu, !I on Monday, and resolved that no ., The aggregate votes cast for their eaodi-

4 6 aware that hands to play, even .if!I JacksonvilIe..Friduy u 25. better taste. Ihcjlaaky and p"gncol lift their hearts iu silent gratitude to God delegate should be elected to represent dates throughout the territory as theyp- I

r. ( invention in his business were ad- mack Creek.......Saturday : 26.Newnansifle..Tuesday MUCH OUMGIU bump in our neighbors cranium, must have ,1 aud teach their littlo ones to bless the t Bdlumoreiu the proposed whig national jar (runi the books, was short of eijht- }

"* the Spaniard treaty were murdered in 29. Thc last Republican advises its readers been sick for tho last week. We have not name of James Buchanan. As a citizen. I convention. N It preference was indicated. hundred! while by the census taken in tl'

justcJ. Some resolution while helping Smt: I is exp c'.o 1 that 013 or more of the to read "th admirable speech of Mr. Fillmore time now to review this article, but a neighbor, a friend-in a word, as simply The Detroit Free Press states that threeof territory before there were 2,005 legal
for in
merely candidate
the Wl }'or James Buchanan, we yield to no man iu the whig governor voters without allowance fur imicignuua
: _-nna and their property plunder) Democratic Electors will accompany them. made at Albany N. Y." We have refer to it, in order to call tbe tt.ntionof the measure of our respect and esteem." t Michigan since IS 13 are now supporters of bonatide settlers, after the census and

\ protin ,, the 811aiih lni.tcr'aietuautt The citlzuiisgenerally without distinction done so neighbor and find the following our Roman Catholic fellow citizens to I of Buchanan and Breckinridge, and that before the election.: lie states that then

f .. comes prepared to make anti full satifatk, of party are- invited to attend, and an opportunity passages in it. In speaking of his course its avowals upon thc religious test ques -'PL.\lX-T\LK. I the coalition candidate fur the same office. is no evidence that any force,or violencewas

t unucdiate not afforded any who may the of 1850 he : Amongst thc resolution of the knos F. J. Litllejohn. also uppoits the democratic used to preven*. any man from voting
with fleet was surely tbe wit L t on compromise says tion. How docs this avowal accord with! .
'. Corning held in Philadelphia nominees.ANOTHER in the entire and then is DO en-
nothing meeting territory,
amicable Ilude accoi desire it to reply.FILLMUU12. > "It then sir that felt it duty -,
or to was I. my the disingenuous statesments of the Sen DECLI"ATloS'--e noticed
which about
I Il0st dC5iratle But he came few evenings since, was one endorse : deuce of a single assault battery
r11" 1is purlt&peacefully.show of right ont :, ON Sl*\.;r.t to look rise above tIM welfare every of the whole prejudice na- tint and other Know Nothing organs on the hloV''agc calumny against )Ir. the declination to tht elcctors on the Fill. voting on that Jaj-uo evidence of snail;
this manner 1 la'e a" tu Tho l'cnnnlvaltian I and I ticket in Virginia. In Mississippi, the curretnesiof .
lit the Buchanan. more ing in the slightest degree
I subject.9IORC
would ;a In consideration of what little same
prevent I to -
V conscr was compelled a
his siiie, whIle he \ I ] (Appause.) _.- -- E'cuingrgus respond to tho charge inspirit a Amos Johnston, Us'j.t one of the candidates : Governor Keedera judgment in sw rding '
t 4cttlementr.wI: U: resulted Jo t a waroasY ] vatifitu Mr. l'ILoRJ possesses, and olj certain overcome long claims.cherished" RAI.IOAU IROV. ofjust indignation.: The Pennay n-1 for elector on that ticket for the certificates of election to the member,

pected. j his utter and hopeless insignificance as : lrl-judics.ln disregard party Two more Brigs have arrh'ei at Fernandna ian: say: State at large,has also declined. of the Legislature. That Legislature_
: .' preparations arc progress Candidate before the people I' lltfVM compelled t" ocercome long with Iron fur the Florida Railroad*. "liASi: AND DI'1I0XORABLr.-1\'e have The Georgia Union says_._-We believe a proper law-making body, and therefore
that l'tc.idntia .
1:8 ,
I d I; ...: in" thOUgh it waS certain_. 11itllitcs Cruz has I at the present. time, we have been dis- cherished prejudice" We suppose bewujulgtll These make three already re- made no secret of the high personal respect approximate very near the truth whenwe its laws were valid as fur as COnsuteDt wits
uut" cmmencc. "er ,' by his celebrated Erie letter, cargoes we have ever cnterta.ned: fur ex-President give it as on candid opinion that fully the Constitution of the United States sod
I : hin with kindness I
been\ Etrenlbcned more numeral,, i posed t treat great whilst ,in Con ceived. 1ill morc. We have avowed this upon all 20,000 old line whigs in Georgia will vote the organic act; and Mr. WLitUeld .being
,I A division of thc army and moderation in Ihis canvas But thc and course of the national democra. i .
1 arrisonC1. occasions as well as our painful feel.ng-i tlf fur the nominees i elected in pursuance of law thus,passed .
last ten day "This is of CaUhic which
onccntrattn; for the Know Nothing Presses and partizans aiso gress. a question mortification and regret that he should tic partv.: : entitled to his seat. .
I kn Aw. tbcr is on its way to feau i hear him the and we won't answer just now. but i/we shouldbe who U. S. marshal in Illinois "tie
f f > marched thi I ruthless in their attacks upon Mr.. But rgain on 'Knsa have lowered himself in our estimation, I lien Bond was Mr. Oliver reviews at great length
: in the above
{ a brigade placed position suggested of the his Gen. Tailor, and a Scott elector I Kansas saying ,(ruin.the .
Iuis and bee.xveek or Nebraska act. lie says in tho same patriotic and that public generally, by ; under Iexis.ing trouble in ,
Tampico BfcuAXAN and so regardless : we assure our neighbor that we will make ,
utterly the democratic
: O for .'1 atatlrs. at indiscreet affiliation with the proscriptive in 1852, now places evidence that they are preparumgcharge -
j think with speech Albany :
but '
as fr i pusshle, truth and decency in their manner of con a report Republican. Aol. intolerant party called the know- ticket at the head of the paper he edits, able to the revolutionary movements of
turLiio It If attacke which disturbed the
t" or holding ducting the canvas, that we feel constrained 'The agitation peace The Calibre t>f the Republican is like nothing Entertaining such feelings, we the Carhlo Ca 1 umet.t those who got up the Topeka t'unstitntinaand
., evident that : in 1850 unavoidable
l't From these ovclenUt Intention it is to reccd, in self-defence, to enter into a I of the country was l the its principles, all alloy ; and consequently felt disposed to treat the public meeting* .\ the late city election in MenipidsTennessee have pledged themselves to res'utlaws tb.
has no It was brought upon us >y acquibkm candidate for
Govmmt held last evening with all becoming re* the democratic all hazards.
the when it them they make foul at
antecedents ,
: rigid examination of the olj for the of :
from its present 1tsition. of new territory government diclargt pect, until the resolutions to be offered mayor, Mr. Donglas, was elected by a The Hou>. then resumed the report on
-%, '. .. What do )'ou think ii' dIe matter witl I j Mr. FIL.IOa on various subjects, and which it was necessary to provide Territorial and evil report.. wereilaced in our hands. One of the.e majority of three Hundred and ninety over the Sumner assault.
-' ----
of the
;: j t: thc witty French editor particularly on the slavery question. In administrations. But it it for you short editorials of the resolutions is a base and dishonorable libel hUcruvve nothinn competitor. A vcar azu
'our hose Re- .w..fl
l ft.S.
,f 1'rail (Union. lie has lCIO bmo I doing so, however, we shall confine ourgelf to toy wlllle the present agitation which z. upon truth and common decency. It is a )ilphi; gave the know nothings one hundred t zCommander J, E. Jschenck
smack of the well known subject rfCol.
or I and us publican that so t the
country tl&reattf addressed letter on
.lconted ou the subjeCt : glaring premeditated falsehood, known tube and seventy majority.ThePlaiiih'eld N., lisa a
J.' : fars. an artichi uf the 12tb inst., b strictly t what we believe to b the troLl with civil war has not been recklessly and intelcctarc like the smack of a timid.young such by those who framed it. The .N.J.. Union.a whig journal t Fremont's exploits in California. Hi
t I \hat"the Unitd and if wo should find that wo have ben wantonly produced by th adoption f a in with the republican: know
clmmeih "sorting lady, very weak. stale slander about 'low wages connex cannot go : *
; ..0 States now the ful tilo misinformed upon any point we will!! cheer measure persona acanemnt -- ion with the name of Mr. Buchanan, i is nothing party, and accordingly it hoists I saysI amnprpsred to prove that so 6r !',

I b ufc'U'arancontbc pint of commen 1 fully make the : give as the rather than in any public ood"I A correspondent of the Philadelphia unworthy of men claming the name of the names of Buchanan: and I'reckinridge. his '(Fremont's) bein ent.OeJ,'tGan7.

,Lj. a vast bare first item in his anti-slavery his ; was well known before he went to Ledger writes that Mr. WM.jM.; BCRWECL American citizens. Tu repeat| a falsehood It says that Mr, Dayton u a good man,but credit, for his parucipa&n in the conqwt'of '

r cng qui"0oast, calM the Norlh _'mercn celebrated letter dated Oct. acunt Europe, that be disapproved of the Kansasebraakaactand of Virgina, the author of the noted twelfth told by another, when it has been. proved on his sectional platform cannot get more California, His having failed with to'cop
'' made of Ije and ptcbcs such and Over in I baker's dozen of votes in New Jet ate heartily and efficieutly tnmj
Confederacy, was in favor of the section of American Platform of 1855is to be over again equals than a
j" : is about: w diwolve, & 111e which we believe i acknowledged to b-t "Missouri restriction line moral turpitude the villany that orgmally! sey. It don't like Fremon't portrait, and done Stockton, so far from his gjg-
rpublcn.but Here it is of the in favor of Mr. LCCIUXAX.JP much like Ned Runtime's."The embarrassed him
t the Trail Union genuine. : concocted it. The lie that. had been nailed says it looks too the conquest

I ,. is inclines.Tery much t the impenbenevolent DITFALO, Out. 17, 1833. which would pass south of Kansas, and Catharine Albertie bebbar and to the counter as base coin is endorsed bya Wheeling Intelligencer, an old and in his operation*, and rendered the Tktutl ha4

al in tbe C nt St and Sl.t-1o eommuuicatiiMi oHlio 15Ui in.$., ast thus loose that Territory t thc south." y a public meeting composed of so-called) ablo advocate of whig doctrines, which than it would have ken '

: : sinfortun&tslY, our Govemmu tho t 0 a Cuutmitteo appointed \>j "Tb.e the people of Florida willing loose fortune teller, died in Raleigh,N. 0., last respectable men. It is evidence of a weak with the mass of whigs, supported the wTreceivedfromFrem-nt'that $I'b'

moment stands ,cry ". Aoti-SUverj Society of the county of Ere, .bat Ar t Millard week. On examining her effects, $2GOO, cause or a bad heart when such weapons know nothing party after the sudden disruption we had a right to expect1nuUflett sti
o sake of :
rrsnt Inter- just come baud. You in jr Kansas for the arq1Jisher
i iI electing I
t IIWt t he ,
I the way or Nspolen' tb. followioj Intereojirtories I II in gold, siver! and notes were found, together are relied upon for success. of the whig party, now''tJmes"outbol.1ly a*'
;. tiu J towards .on\o tendeo slice,oUexico. I I lt Do you Uiluvo tUat pti1uD to Cre., Fillmoro. The real question is Buchanan with evidence of her ownning a The Evening Argus is not less pointed in favor of Buchanan and Breckin.1 prepared topro,. that w, euryj!

; I i oa sobj. of lavcry and Kn3 as a slave state, or Fillmore and indignant." ridge. The same disposition merit and every route of the w4

THEY CASt BE CAUGHT ought t be received, read aD respectfully con and a Free State. Floridians plantation in Kentucky, and twenty shares 1 MOST COoiT&'fPTICLE.-At the Filliuorc prevail very generally among the whigs of I took place in California, Fremont and to"2*
in thLMiisvUle < sidereiltjr tho lUprosouUlives v. the pople 1 of railroad stock. Around her was found meeting in the SqJan.last euening, thc Virginia.We 1 yariablv ton hate ta take part;
3ad. Are the of choose for
TTe fibd. the foiling paragraPh Texts to tb.you, orpoloc, ut".r any& circuuutanoes, toonj )yourselves. a belt full of gold COin. managers of the atfair allowed themselves copy the following from a late number \ up all I assert that 4urIU s he the was
Courier nUrws tberelu 1 NOT SO. to foist into their resolutions what : bs servico Ux California, '
A are boll every of the Poughkeepsie (New York) Telegraph l l-I the 'cme'!
"Theknow-nothingtare tooce liberal in 3rd. Are yon r..r uf Congress ezerclsing The last Republican in. attempting to JCy The American Eexecutive Committee intelligent and inlirned.mao. snusLnow : within harinS distance I 1U

e than they have Ln.lfr. They al the CnLutiOI power it poetesses,toabulUu answer a put by tho Floridian of Pa- ratified ; to bo grossly false the assertion gqns% Thiq cus Indiana last tb ltera.Iae betweoa Sutc* t query 4 Allegheny county, that James Buchanan is in favor of low -A barn-raising took placo or.the premises not hew ihisoo"4
had a county & Brookyille theyuo."ut 4t yon in faror of imtoediate legislation Juura&k the question. i on Saturday, tho nomination of Fremont American mechanics. Weave of Mr. J. C. Pudney, in the town of; _
week,and at this-n'Dtiol for of slavery ia tbe district vf Bronson dismissed wages for a few day at which 24 -
aarday German minis.Iroa abllioa "Why was the ga'lant and Johnson. At Alleghany City tho no hesitation in speaking plain English Poughkeepsie ago
the Columbia
H. I. for treasurer lrtstant, hi; I, I am rnuuh enplod and LAn no time toater (rum tho Collectoiship in New York t American Councils also ratified tho same to these gents. If they assert that voters were present. After ascertain tbe franw(how, was tfl tttatU
for liv at tbeI give way to an arrant frec-sol ler, up i it was proposed to they
into eiiJ length Mr. Buchanan is in favor uf low wages for
4 tic1IfI1 lUC German CatolC Iberia argomeuts t slill therefore ooateot tho democratic. administration 7" Domination. stood for the candidates for the presidency DUIS Ui th* eitr ofan i541'.i'
nalh for
I reasons my 011iuio by pure, American mechanics, or that fie ever said 10th
JytM; thought scr for tuo i.reseuL, by % ALL ; Of the 24, one was for Filimore two foi :!painful illness,on.Thiusdaitk
Cathouc I uwwerinj yoar Now the assertion that the successor ofBronson in
m1.1t J. time
I LWFl1k i AnToUs.b th Protestant AFFIRMATIVE leave ri3: St.Thomas Phillips promising he was at any or any way, they Fremont anti the remaindcr.lwen/y onofor' the ressceothor

I ii" fhr. their other candidates. But they gt ilrpr.i ooc.&slou a ,I ire viXended discttiiion is "an arrant free-soiler" is an young lawyer of AVarrenton, Ya, celebrated assert what isjalse and what they kuoio Buchanan., No danger bal that bam willstancE. bw.of tri.MAM t. R1I1',id"-

t .1t .f.Kiled, as both candidates declined to rn oa tbe abject. I unadulterated rorback, He has no affinitus the 4th by shooting himself in the to bo false-and that is what is commonly : "
'. thiciiy,, .
I illLLAUD P1LL1O1LE. called a lie. They have been dared and
,I .. .under, &party. official show that whilst' with the free-toilers, and is as sound head \\n the front lard of his father's resi defied to bring a tittle of proof of the false A new German paper, called the Straight the late Jog A WC V.ladj WSDdIPdTa.b'

4&1 ,. 0 Mobile AlaI T ncr t upon the slavery question as Judge Dron- dence. hood. The only answer is to reiterate Out has appeared at Milwauke, making live4 t4&erkhlP5t kCi'. deoiab'

5' ?(' j J', zu Mayor W'lLhel of (ruin, h'',. be was in Congress, whenever, questionof Isoo' and much more so than Millard Fill- ,I the blander. Shame upon such mean, threo ,German papers !in that city which Lhirdgeaerstloa, Laving

i I; liama, bu rig a I support appears the I'bi slavery was involved uniformly voted 1 more., But such conlemplable untruths I J53T David Zueffi,'. wifeof, Louisville dastardly calumnyt"MoaE support Bucha'ian and Breckinridge._. ken, 4 wI WgreM 4'Y'
: I
who have
\ elected against the South, and that ho stood upon ,has birth to two and Those Germans in iWisconsiri Sh.li ve4nwlk: ieipectedtreted.
11 Slia Having been [are about the only capital the Know Nothings just given girls two CAMELS FOR Tr.us'"Tho United sympath'uwd with the. "republicans," are

I 'I ty tie Ilator ,he- though it liiif in- every such occasion, wit id-lings, Hale \ have left. I boys,all at once. One of the. boys ho States; steamship ,Surprise, now lying at ]: fast ranging themselves under]I the democratic .

4 delicate and Improir for t a Adams. I named James Buchanan, and other John tho Brooklyn Navy Yard, it is' stated, isto flag. ,There are FIFTY TWO German -

4 ii.. 1 ofc while unable to support th prnc lie voted in favor of petitionsasking i THE NATIONAL DEJOCRAT. I I C. Breckinridge. be sent again in a few weeks lot a reinforcement 1 1f 'I newspapers in too United;,Statea that Notic.L .

J J .. 11"Q 1 party plaf"n mi. nliga- slavery bo ab, iu the district of Mr. Hale agenlfor the, Now York Nationql f to'tho stock camels! brought in' uphold the genuine'democratic: republican aOil'5
t aot accepted Coun tat ti.hel I z- Mr. George Law, or "Live Ook I by' "her on' her .last trip, and landed ,in cause, and Buchanan and Brecinrigde., D. DUNLOP bersby St
,f :,: I. &on be be to Columbia, and the Territrie at\l that no Democrat U in town and is desirous -1 tb $ the parte.rshiP
"m I the United States Government
t 4uic his friends call him lout in Texas for train .
George as a the
from Albany
i,1. f"LI" City On the WIUIAMS.OT
: morning
it express
't4l rnguationDthu now Territory titrating slavery be admitted of receiving ,subscriptions to that pa. 'uses. It has been found that the experiment rsoo pa71S
: hbd4V j I letter, in which he announces that be will 'to Buffalo Iho other day the passengers eLtte-snd say p
; Into the Union. The Democrat the succeeds admirably and that (fur the Mir r $57
.t&T.iwaMeaI6ted elaima. or < PtU
t \ ', Nation I i i give his .IupponJ n C. 'Fremont for transfer of the United States stores acrossthe voted 37 for Buchanan,4 for Fillmore, Irm. to a W. WilUaz> wilt
He voted against a resolution afflmlng .of the "lla wing of the 8 Fremont. .On toe steamer Hendrick fat 's"
Monday' organ deoo for account to said L. ILDauiIOp,
the tho of Texas the camel i
;,nJ. LCJOD frt the unconstitutional'! of any law by Congress cracy of New York, and except In ts unwise Presidency._ i plazas and without perfectly Thus Hudson, Buchanan 50,. ,Fremont IT, Fillmore senior uaaf r of said Ira. LTOTIC
IF WU liold in the igF Two wealthy ladies_. Misses Ann fitted, any difficulty. 9.On' the City ,of Hartford. ftoni'ew '
1ft.gu&c electtons L ,prohibiting: the internal slave trade and uncalled. for opposition to the J far only thiry-five have been brought. It

: Kentucky. ArUnias,Texas Mis- between the States. present administration, wo believe to b and Elizabeth Sherwood, of 'Sheffield. En is intended. in. the next trip_to. bring fifty'; York, Buchanan 10, Fremont, ,, On.
River Railroad evening express
; st. aDd on iirit. Thur'j.v the annexation of Texas National gland-hare just been liberated the Hudson, 11 hereby alvea that ib.StSsi
He sound years
to .
ao JowaJ anl Ten Oppe. Democrto paper, 'Mis- Quig, .is your husband. a ,Buchanan 35, Fremont 11, Fillmore L b. mad* U th.l4ehi1iijhtInot
; .1ort Car1in bau thl *i&tuc of.U very therein. ,o particularly 1 upon the Slavery question.imprisonment for contempt' by the court know nothing 13, and 8 who were ndaoided between Florida lb.t sA Iasiraicsrivioga.

tte tr nda1 pt p tbr,I ipeecb delivered iu Ilochester" [New The terms of subscription are low,'and we.; chancery. Tbey refused to produce by. 'I guess so, for ho told me this morning Buchanar :and Filimore,but at any- rate as .JackIuftYtU 44Jei 1renk.uovrne

I n 1 Ic Tuesday pI[ as late' 1817 hodcnoudkth, have no subscribers, 1 well I an unimportant document in .their posses that nomcbody bad. been' making i. a fool:of will. not go .(or Fremont. ,f ,! Iaataiic*
? in i1ia4 te And :, York & d.uuh wi b I ? : !. ""-; 4 $ Oho Indi ; of the alive wrcr.": plca>cd 'Uh.he paj>cr. I sion.' 1' Dim. ,," v" ->: 'I
; $Octc" _1 .
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"- ISotfcc.i !fisror Letters remaining in ,. Brought to Jailr' .. 41Cb

_U the Pert Office oaibe.l t f J j".I* fML'wivZ-f-a4IitIuiul qMAt $
mppfl lj, 16S0.1 the 10th (iOUO-! aj.y Tiii
1111o, ftr5 a Negro MM abortSa 2$
_1, fipfii A7111P31 leehWWm OX pothe articles n*uird,therein are demanded, they

Cbartersortbe Aym, James Xaubetn-E J yearsofag.sdateat5 f.et6or7 Inehw are tu.b.irnlabedlik, terms and.conditions -1! 3'
high -
IacketJ Alden Itev tiT ** owned by,William S. Harris( pr.vieaa to UM expiration tkt heal
Cbthete'* Steam Lyroan Lord, JJ year, Maa
1w :- ly 19.155C. Alger, VTilion LeIktOn, JasBanders. The ewner Connty or Fla, i and 'wyi his name k JCLY* 15IPJOTFIXBy ntccivla Mtke of fifteen dayi from the bureau, WasIjinton Stores

LrUUkS M \TIxtcebies ward owner are reqeested to corns'for> tho-cwainendaat yard,or navy agent.,
Bommghs T Roes : prove property, pay all charge and take A the law require the prepayaentuC postage GZO31
B. him or he will SAYAMAff ; .
be deli
away, with
according to P TMBS desiring the commandant of the .
itm ilit RppTkLt1Ofl crnbe ItyuibeId,8T LaneyG I 1gw. yard fth No. 3 Sainmis' ,
,OTIc h h" Suit.e( Bethel, U John lout. It.1 Jack-wtrville A.B-HOGARTH. Auliority of tieS Stutc of Malaata. *navy agent send tfamo,Vy mailwhednUi,. Bay-st, i -
\ sJ' I. the I' fur .Chsrterlor$ Bostwick, M HB hitler W F June 23. Jailor If. C. such eUues a* they deiin kald enclose in their Jacksonville'Florida. :,; L'he U S... M. ,

iiizt IS bt&Ued the Jiu G( the alwawM Sarah Mthewg, l&a1ruuk&ua.a1lii XOT1CC. Southern;; application pwtaee Uajupo R. ensure their Irans- STEAilERL .
: .4OAOLLN.A -
ll43j. _sdUt MHlitaiy Accatlcnry mimi Chut appUcatioo u this bnreaa Jot inch -

LraritleyCarr4e IiliauJ1Br Eastern Clrcalt of Florida.-..DUT&I C*, schedoles wIll mat r yur, ptvpayniont I-

Bills, A John X ewers, Miss ( CiTRjuuxE. A.SA&UR, 5 oF New Spring'AND
CenJry, A Win 2 On.il, At XIM -. ra:- .- C In Chancery. TO sc DBAVTK IH MoNtooMrtT. A LIB AmrncasDAT FORM .OFFER. ?
q0cL1s b & giveeI" 4(4Le ttepCIti ColIiiM! John Obean.EOlivee 'T'njuusB MclrrofH. ) JCX.T 10th, l&G, I-- o f----, $tateothere. -< 31. CO BTTER, cotii .
tb.Lgwtre Chaplin It M A HE Dill *f bj agree to furnish and deliver at the kavt PklMhs .eecyT11tflSbkYa.cc' ,
br a ChrtT (or anvapIJ'y i DC Complaint having been filed inC WHEN PRIZES AMOUNTING TO respective TITZLL
IKIt epIH 3ackPflflYtIe, to i.e c.neiraace CenJonLjey ..OdenJobnParker ?A tin* cause, and it appearing upon doe proof uavy-yards all the articles named in the choice \\ nmg at 8 a kxk, PieoUU at11..deek,.
at Capan7. July 19.5at$6OO0. Cox, M Jai RSl" that said Defendant ii a minor and a resident of $205 ,000 hereuntu ann.e.1J] agreeably to the provuioat of SummerGo0dsTIlE Jacksocvill nt 3 .'clock *am. ftraoaava Svanaah -

Crtrr, E LCrakOWJ rker, L S France-It if ordered by the Court that notice of Wai be dfetriboted UM aebodnleei tbmfor, and in coiafonuily with M Frvlay morninf al9 r'vTinlr..TMMi'urChaiUtoni
according to the the
following advertbiBteot .
the institution of lha.Jlura r Cvuatrucuon..
of this
suit be
Peanim, Wm imbTwbed ia wine magnificent Scheme! .tc.cJane2. 1336.Sboald .- .' ,
I>avi nora ilri Peterson A newspaper in Mid Cirrait for the space ofmty 3M.LAwTOl31e.-
hve MU'4biae1. l) rney, A J Payne W, W day* and G.Couper Gibb having been duly appointed CLASS XETT.SERIES. my offer be accepted, I minetl to be .SURSCRIBERjt jwt received general CharleetoaBENEf'i .. -
s' IU at the pbovZLdh addressed at and the contract for .1. aswirtment of DRY GOODS at their
ju: tbey 'P Dyer, Robt Capt PheIp. SPerry Guardian llitem-all person* interested SCHEME ,
11 $ W11 grLti.1 from Ijowc, Finlary ,A TUoiPayson are hereby required to appear, plead and answer I Prize of. 5 !5.000 t r. #li,000 warded to the nary agent at |0 store, which, FOR CA-SH, they will sell a* cheap AfU) afPalatka 'Hf* .
( : drefl 137 etesm 'wer, Elibce, Vim F the said Hill of Complaint within sixty dsya I do 10,000, . 10,000 lor signature and ccrtiScata,*or as any other lions hi the country. They have -: JAMES RIZ,- -i

$I, I45btl biabo'' 1Cfl tJ bOypal Kllw; A L W Quiett U J next ensuing the date hereof, or the tame wili W I }<>. 5.000U..5,000 (Date) (Signature .) adopted the prinnpl of 5mafl Profits end qiikJ AgeaaiFltalaa.. *15

jtrm4Q b1 Friendly, L; G 2 Bedford, S n taken a*cuufetsrd. 1 ** 2,000 H ... j:. 2,000 The tthtdule vhick the Udder encloses mutt Return," and invite the attention of the Pnblico JOHN" BE9W.U. .
to purcha5r, I117 beM4tY Ferguson, J P WILLIAM A. FORWARD. I 1,200 1,200 hi patted tu hit afir, and torlt af&tt tlgned by an examination f their Stack befbre purchasing AreataJacLsviu.. I
; Roberts T S _
..riuQ Aim. Oppofitt tack article in tt. .
..1 1 fcuuc elaewhvre. In it will be fonjhfrtW following with M.A.COHE5. I.
Farr w. Judge of said Court J* 1,100 U 1,100 t 1
Stephen Itehi L 31 .
( thetI; flfWSL CO., Fowraro*', Nathan Raynw, ERosenUum J P. SANDERSON, Solicitor. 1 dii. 1.UOO i, 1, XWd price miMi It set,the amount curritd vet,At.a". many other articles too Bcmerou* maatiom t _Jane 14-tf' ApatatSaameL2nbcpcnbtnt S
J&.kunTil1e, K FL.Jey June 17 1656. 1 gregattjuoltd up for each data, aud tht amount
Crant, John Capt 3 J 2l-3m 9 Oajdiner L DCallicr I oui U 800
Fargent, S Jno 2 Prints
Jaireenlenf smith lijahSylvcrtra For Sale or Hire.good I Hfotice 10 200 is .' FORM OF GUARANTEE.: Jnckoncts.Horrnce Grenadine*.
( .
X 2.0UO ,
L P JnoStrntton A Wagon and a small bat gentle and 100 100 The undersigned, of t la the } Silk. Illusion EOTJTE S SAYAII.4E.. :
S 10,000
heretofore B MiSany brick pair -.Mules( ; a, young: anti gentlefluj State of and of in the ,
CrtnCrlflP Jordon, H John A F 3 Horse and a secondhand Boggy. Also APPROXIMATIONS. state of -,hereby gnaranty that, in ea
milE dtT th auti stile i( Hui.tcr, M RIloffre St tsweri, B N 2 for Lire two trmty Roys, one a Carpauter, the 4 Approximation Prizes of S2 00 are . 0O foregoing bid of for any of the nlxasesthere- L'raTata. 1IosIvr.t _

I tist': ba thU dl) bece dii- *, Ronben Sedgwicb, Wnt other handy at any work. Aim for Sale, at moderate 4 a' U 154)are 600 in named be aceepUd, that he or they will within SLirts), Osnfti'urgIls) COM3IODIOUS STEAMER
pw? toewnply ith hi* Hall, Catharine MrsHindnian alcsbnry, P to actual ftttUrt but 4 '4 '4 lOiare. 400 after the
.juukp railing price, ( not to *jtsu- ten day receipt of the contract at the Ticking:, Plaids! '
f 1y 1U. T \\ Cap F tarnn, W T laSers,) some 20 or 40 desirable buildings LoU in 4 '4 4, 0aro. 32() post office named or navy agent designated, execute Miisquito Nets Uibbons lrahls THOS. G. HAIGHT -
nerety forewarned not to P yWDM'h Holmw, AFMr. f-uiulin, John the western nuburbs of the city.AIIiLYat I U120cr.. . 29 the contract for the same with fowl and sufCoient ,
r fl" 1)unlnp. Inirof Hand, W JOel Fhitqler, M Mr. CORK'S Cottage; 4 44 SOare 201) sureties; aud iu ease said shall fail- \Vlmk> Bone, I Hook and Eye*, CAPT.F.J. W. BAItKUAX.T7ILL .

.pthliLuC 'Clue to Ii4 Dunlop, MouMon, Jno ikoz, Wade Opposite !ilr. Wm SedwlthV 4 1 St 4Oir. . 11,0 to eater into contract as albresaid! we guaranty Checks. Line a*, \ Ua -T.bik&ev.ry Saaday morahir I

ftb arm, nut tiitborhedr Harris, F RHongb Ieser i Ce. Jacksonville, Jone 21 1850-1m. 4 itt 0 30 are . 120 to make good lh. differvou* between the offer of P.art'ges, Gro De Rise Si s, I 1 at 8 o'clock fee Savannah, ria. PabUka,.
said firm.authoriteU Peter A F 4 U 28are. Cambric 1'.bii1 Jachswvnu. AeVltavintr JackseavQl.
brloogins to rener 112 the aid and that which zany be accepted. Bobinets,
.v ;ins to we the Crm Hotuton, Sarah L Wa TROOPS FOK Til 13 SCKVICH. 4 it 0 22 are . 88 IcLaines Monday mvaia; at 2 o'cloekA.M.i retwmia

a I'iu'P rbeCT after this date I Harrcll, henry 3 eton, USanders FOUR COMPANIES WANTED.I 40 'I U 2Oare . 8s( ) Signatures of two guarantors \ M" Cotton! Cords Crape, leaves Savanaafc-every TiUuf at 10 o Et VSa-

$ I 07 atrizedt0 mU or conWILLI.UIS. Heath, II Capt Wm AM instructed l>y the Executire to receive into 1-O it lOan. . 4.0M) (Date.) Spool This Boat inrariavr/ea*+laBwrf Ptasag*,. -
1.k.&n' Hunt, M J. hu Travis, L the service of the State of Florida, Four 15,000 S I.2aJ: 127,500 Witness. Drown Sheeting, Blracbed Sheeting, and draw bat 3 r-2-feet wattrwhem kd0.L. .

$ C. 'if. higgins, W tJeo 2 Tig, F Companies'of Infantry Volnntecrs. Preference ? I hereby certify that the above named Stripes, Prim, M. LAJI'.TEACr AgtSava'aV

JOIIM, E MirsJohiv Tucker, W John will be jrven-to Companies already organised a.. 13,000 Prizes amounting to .. . $203.000 are known to me as men of property anti able to Staring. WelilJing BATJOD TIMAJ.TS, .
JuliDston, U Win White, M RWhite. once; but should new Companies be raised and Tickets $lOflakeaQuartere $i50. (Signaturs I ,

L EOA t Ivers, John W A presented before the Brigade Companies are re SAM'L SWAN, Agent sad Manager, (Date ) ) Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, ic-,
CrICT. It 1Mi. Kellv, Mathtfe Way. T ported for duty,they Will be received. Rich CIHUpauy Montgomery.. AU. To be tifned by LAs United Slate dlttriet AND SUOE .

IALso1vII.Lt. H& .TUIy Kelly, J Jas Wat.n, H W mutt consist of one Captain, two Lieutenants, Agency "APOTHECARY HALL," judge, United State* distriCt attorney, culltttar., Indies' I'.lack Silk Congress Gaiters. WM. GROTHE;
t4h(4JrF o( the n 'ri la, Atlantic King A OrkwKiuuey Walker, J S fi our Sergeant*, f Corporals, and at least wxty Jacksonville, Fla.TaoMis or nary tre/if,and no othtr. 44 Colored Ties.

I lit GldC4otri E' hereby notLf.ed H Jut Wright, TUsWanUwell Privates; and each private and non-commuwioofil WELSH and Jcrrt WTMUC, Era's, u WI-TCllM1KEIt-

ipunthe.i' Lnca'ane, F JuoUoyd M Mrs officer should supply himself with a good doublebarrcl Sworn Cmnmusionen to f o]. rintctid the bran tug. The following an the classes required at the Fine. English Kid Slippern,

C4N.paly La, lecu eIdefltbC&tPfl1 II Win Wbiltiuiore, K W or rifle gun and shut bag. -N.I5. Letters onntaining money will be strictly respective yards : U Frtn.h ASD t

AuguitHLLG. I Ix.we, CIiujrford W ut worth, X Captains! raising Companion are requested to report ; andcd to tteaud confidentiaL KITTERY, MAIXE. u Goat linskiiuu Jeweller, -
the yuan'.Jej.4ka W Wheeler Juo to me without delay, atAHig.it, care of Lt "
it Xiii
( No. 1 white-oak
Jyurder C GIIfl Levi iii, Francis Wallace, F A. R. Bexley; Dcala, care of CapL Robert Bul- United States Hail.FLORIDA. oak Xo 3 plank white-oak stuck loys. No.2, white u Kid Ties 9 (NEXT BOOR TO Tin rosT-orricE.)
plank. ,
B John loch, or at Bay-Port, of John E. Jchu. promiscuous timl r. haul
Ley, Youngbluod, Nancy care m, at timber. No 4 white-oak keel HAS on a tpfended anortment of beawtl
pieces and rudder Enameled Bouts
aie % p1eaftJulj Personcalling! fnr the aliove will }>leae'say either of which points I will receive their dmpani Pov OFFICE PErACTVtNT, stocks. Xo. 6, yellow-pine plank stock log. Xo. iii and unique JEWELRY <* the latest
12-td I they arc advertised -. 31. 'WilT. SMITH. 3isaes' Parodi Boots and faahioas such t.
or they nmy tiot pet them. Jane I?, 1356. 8, yellow-pine mart aud timber. Xo. 10 style M 4
July 1 S. WM. GRtJTIIE, P. M. Alligator, June 28, 1856-t DLOPOSAIS for carrying the mails of the w bite pine. Xo. 11, amb,cypreu spar, white-oak boards., Boys Shoos, GOLD GUARDS, FOB and TEST CIU13S

L United States from (ktober l.-lSofi, to June Xo 12, black walnut, ebony, malK>gauy. Xo.13, 'tleim'a Fine hoot, EAR-RIXGS, FIXGER-RIXGS, I-
For Sale 30, 1359, on the following route io the State of locust. Xo. white-ash ear and hickory bars. u Shoes, BREAST-PINS, Ac-,

Florida, in the manner heroin specified, will be Xo. 15, wliite-o-ik staves and liuddiiig Xo. 16, u Kip JJrogaiw, all of which will U offered at the lowest prime

well knotniriantation, received at the Contract Office of the Post Office bUck spruce. Xo. 18, lignnmvita,. No.20, comptteitiou t Slippers, ft r CASH
fTIIiT TIlE nbcriber having moved from Jack.X Department in the city of Washington, until a -WATCHES. ,le and -
railed Ship Yard, / v p. and copper nails. X'o. 21, iron. Xo. 22, u repaired -
1 t. J-w Ww, ,uo\ ilk Fla offers for sale valuable H'iHoune m., vf tho -September IS.V to be decided Enameled and Fancy Shoes Mr. G with his
me or 2co tlltniJJtia0e'PUT a on i si ldVes, n-iik. Xo. 23, led, zinc, tin. Xo. 23, experience for tft*tut twenty.
aerr u
,fhHTUr i nJr'l and fifty ] and Lot situated on the corner of Ocean JtMtinrue the next day: hardware. Xo. 27, paints, oils, Afi. Xo. 28, Sax Cloth tipped Gaiters eight yean a* n practical WATCBJIAKXX, flatter

k. iS t.e PrCm' tbere i a nut line 1.uildifl.nebmlc Er a Mrerts, known as the "MERCHANTS' 6837 From Columbus, by Fort Fanning, Shoal canvas. Xo. 29, cotton canvas. Xo. 30, flax nod u Lasting Congress Gaiters, himself that he is futy competent to give entire

IFIb evr' t.rIdury Lawnk, HOTEL.! Said l.rI.erty i was constructed ex- Town, Old Town, Clay Lauding, AtenaOtic j cotton twine. Xo. 31, glass. Xo. 32, leather. Xo.3J lather tipped uu satisfaction to those who dear to have their

ILra8a1. The tiiili are M t3te thiS l.redIy for a Publio House, contains twenty-two ,and Honicttua, to Hay Port, and hose. X'o. 34, brushes. Xo. 37, pitch, tar, Youth't' Bronn watches, Ac., repaired in a workmanlike manner.

.irJ, t .me *crr. tuy. Uooinf, ten of which bare fire place, las a good back twice a month, in steamboat rosio. Xo. 33, tallow, soap,oiL Xo.40,itatioi.e- call All person having good -watches which,how.
bTV4baWIIIIiLk. } f 1tku1ira iqj.y Wlowinjl vVs f-M at the retail rites we'd of water, beautiful young ,ha.Ie trees und | Bidder wilt it.tte the distance, and r.rise a ,I ry. Xo. 41, fire.wuud.CIIARLESTUWN. Brogans.Children ever, do not perform wen, and are now wit of'
flOPKIX .teut.tlIc. 1i..' I 'ftUe North, an'l will bo forwarded direct I Ito all the uevCRgary uut-buildingii, is iituated in the schedule which will make due cuonextion with ,MASSACHUSETTS.Xo. Shoes a large Stock, ie., &c.. order, will do well to call oa Mr. Grotto, who*
1.1.VL Ii6-tf Ja.-k .m\ the interior by mail, np"ii rrmittau of the cent ic of the pleasant and growing city of Jackxouville the steamers plying between >'etr Orleans, La, 1, white-oak plank tock log*. Xo.3, white- RATS AND CAPS.A term are "no cure to pay"

rator V Sale.v price, with tlxtage sta.' ipn for prf-pwyment cf j jI I'Iathe terminus of the Fla. A. t G. awl Key West, Fla. T .-. oak promiscuous timber. Xo, 4, white-oak keel good assortment, comprising of MEXS' LEGHORN Mr.G. avails hiouelfof thi*oppoHttftity to leader b

.ii.4u. Th average posU.i on bouud novel Central R.-iirnad. PruiusaU for ouce-a-week acnico are also invited. piece and rudder stocks. Xo. C, yellow-pine PANAMA, STRAW, PALM LEAF, his sincere thank to the citizens of this plae

the ti$ )j.iIiiy ta .%uw't next, I will I it Id cli. The shove described property i i' in every re plank stuck logs Xo. 7, yellow-pine beams. Xo. WfXL, and FELT HATS, together with Children and its vicinity for the liberal patronage Utheito-
ll di-orjit 1A. l ia'.t very desirable either for a Hotel or private XOTE. bestowed on him, and he hope that by a deter
(j tf'tlututl* at UKrt u j EARNEST LINWOOD ....... 81 OO 10, white pine. No. 11, ash, cypress, white-oak IlaU and Bloomers.
M, sU tb- laud* U-l.mgingto tufof residence for a large family, and is now under Proposals mud I.e guarantied l by two re"pr>n.tble board Xo. 12. black walnut, cherry, mahogany mination to please he will merit a eontrnnaee of
IVlT 1ui>- .1.eea.e1, rituatod in Xas- (The late !1iwk 'f Mrs Caroline Lee rent at S400 per annum, and will be sold at aba i>erMiu<*, certified to tu ruch by a puptiuufteror maple.! Xo. 14, white.askoar, and hickory their confidence and patrenage.jahy 1417'i1ngnotia
E4ati Cuntr*, fit the lK.ufi ..f the Hentr, lectd, of Florida ) rain. judge of a court cf record; and contract mutt bars. Xo. 15, blacK spruce. >o. 20, couipoiliou A well selected stock, suitable fur the demand

.*L4 t. rdjture "I aU dtcisc4 yy urdet. MISS MniRAY'S LETTU'JS, with Let Enquire of Msns. ITartridge i Timann, Jacksonville I l>t entered into by the uccc.irul bidder, with i and copper nails. Xo. 21. iron. Xo. 22, spikes, of the market. 5jaust It
: JOIN 1 1'INS, 1'loridd .tt'a.niitiuui .. ... .. .... 1 O() ,or of the subabribcr at Fernaudiii.i, Fla. surety, before the lit of October, 1S3G. nail Xo 23, lead, zinc, tin. Xo 25, hardware. HARDWARE.
deeaed. June21-tfr A COY.1otice. No will he made for (rib]>8 not performed, HOLLOW WARD, RAZORS, SCISSORS, COFFEE a
I'uui j pay Xo. 27 oils Li Xo.28 flax Xo.
Alinmirtrator F.-t. Peter TKH T.'XGLETOWX LETTC!'. .. 1 25Maym1 awl for each of inch omission not fatigfact"rily paints, : canvas MILLS, SCREW FILES, POWDER, ST. AUOtSTLE.E.L .

& onlU. JBM 15lh, ISM-St.Notices RrM's capital Mexkau and Texan explained three times the pay of the trip may be 29, cotton caursjj. Xo 30, flax and cotton twine SHOT, LED, DRAWING KNIVES, 9lliis establishment has teeiz F
book bouuJ far behind : Xo. 31, glass. Xo. 32, leather. Xo. 33, boae. Xo. FORKS stat CARVERS
advivturc ?,handsomely deducted. Fur arrivulj 50 tirno u tu KNIVES 1. .
bru hcs. No. 33 and thorongaly renovatwf taring the ma-
3-1. Imntiog dry goodj- past
it : break cnnnexiou w th depending maui, and not BIirSHES.SPOOXS.CHAIXS,
THE WHITE CHIEF, _...'. ........ .... 1 25 ion the purpose of cloning np the buineas of euEcieutly excused, one t-mrth the cuin|>en ati the <*f thiJ .' 39 No. 40 Xe. ready
slier iniUiati 0. ship chandlery. stationery.
9'UflTT iiy I BELLECHASSE & FIXEOAX at Jack- fur the trip U subject to forfeiture. Flue will beiwpu4 LOCKS, PERCUSSIOX -
to the H-ii W. A r"r- THE fCAU' lU'XTERS, .. .......... 1 25UEUT1IA No. 41 fire-woo-1. INVALIDS TRANSTEITBOARDERS
Mi-t I ibfl apply ,
; unlcgj the be and CAPS. ,
bnnnes Florida
nville and the delinquency promptly
,srjft I k&T to eU Land W rraut. Xo. 23.097, the lat fork of Miss Breraer,. 1 OO BROOKLYN NEW YORK.No. Jtc.
the uudertigned will sell at Public Auction tit satisfactorily explained,for neglecting to take the PLAINS, GOUGES, POCKET KNIVES, ,
u.wwrtv / Jalin 0. llavn a Mfiuav.sulour..L'I1U.t TUE SONG OF HIAWATHA. Longfellow,1 OO Jack-ionvillc, .l&L1 ou the lit djy of August, 1S56, i wail from or into a fuft office ; for suffering it t*> 1, white- ak plank logs. Xo. 2, white-oak SPRING BALAXCES.XA1LS, For the future Mrs. Thompson, a lady pots**.

uar4iui.t 4 PLf-RI DU -TAII, a 11.4J hit at Hiawatha the lullowiug property, to wit: I I* injured, defltroye, rubbed, or lost ; and for plank. Xo. 3, white-oak promiscuous timber. Xo. BUTTS, HOOKS A STAPLES, SPADES, AXES, sing every qualification,and the advantaged long

?1JT lilk. 15JC-'t_ bv IfcieMirk*, .. .. .. .... . 1 OOTJIH One TwifeGang aw ilill. complete, with twenty refusing, alter demand, to convey the mail a. frequently 4. white oak keel pieces and rudder stock iVo. SPIRIT LEVELS, BUTCHER and SHOE experience, will have the snp rinte Jaar. TW
located the RierXa the coutract.'r it concerned in KNIVES COTTON CARDS, BELLOWS subscriber solicit a iMotinwirro of pat favecs naer .
CONFIIiKNTIAL C'T-RCSPOX- arrcs of laud attached- on as runt, or 6, yellow-pine plank stock logs. Xo. 7, yellow-pine ,
t111t1Ph1t1 w York&c. ibFxi.r: : pith hie brutherJ0M1 an, Florida. Due-Two Gang Saw Mill, complete running, vehicles! on the route. The Postmaster (beams. Xo. 8. yellow-pine mast and spar timber. HOOKS and HINGES, the present manage-umeat.v.ry exertion, witV -

t bh 2ol Napoleon. !in superior biu-Ung... .2 OO with ten acres of land attached-located : General may annul the contract for repeated failures Xo 9, white-pirie wait timber. Xo. 10 white pine WINDOW STOPS, AUGERS, the assistance U the present hiatus, will W mad --
near Jackronville, FloriJa. One gwnl Dwelling to ruu agreeably to contract, or for dsut.ey-t Xo. 11. ash, cypress, whit-ou' board.., Xo. 12, SAWS, SQUARES, to give general*aUs tction. Ta how is desirably
(barltston snd Savaniiah A HKI'BXCE: OF THE AMERICA POLICV / Ilou-e witn about Cfteen acres of land attached. lug the pist fire laws or instructions vf the .Iv-I black walnof! cherry, mahogany. No 11, locus, RULES CARPKXTERS situated, the -

STKAMSIIII' JIVKS.Csiia : -by WbiUicy .. . .. .. .. 1 OOAXDKr.SfiN'S Xmctccu likely Negro Men; 1 WO Lots in Jack'.inyule jurtmcnt. The Potituiastvr General may alter i Xo. 14, whitc-a oars and hickory Iwrs. No. 13. SASH Rooms Airy, Clean, and Neatntct iiseZ

S3- ) ilASONIC IXSTiriTlUN *- ; Oue ll'iric ant Buggy; About TwentyfiveHaoilred I the schedule. Ha iaiy also order an increase of wbte-oak stave* and heading. No. 16, black TOOLS, CHISELS,TA P BOREKS, fitrnithctl hansLsrnneI. Nothing -

Passage 20 Steerage >, a fac iuiilc of the uldllnglis'i acres f lauds in Xa.-i>au Coui. ; About service >-_' ,,1outb t'i ruuf a pro rattt increase ou iiprucc. Xo. 13, lignumviUe. Xo. 20, composition &c., .tc.Al'o 4COflLfln, I,

well kiunni first class dditktu ia 4 to form,. .. .. .. .... . 2 5OSIMM Eight Hundred acres of land in Dnvnl tvBnty ; | the coir, .ttt p' iv. He iu.ty al*> curtail or UITJDtiobc awl copp-r nails No. 21, iron. Xo. 22, spikes, WOOD-WARE, inch as BUCKETS, BROOMS, Being entirely built .f wood, web renders il frv* "

TilE STONE J5TATK R. !-:' WORK.1*- comprising all of RedticMVrditi i* nr Tituber CarU; One Ir Safe ; some ocL'C the 'crvtc-c in w>i<>ic or in |>art, at pro ruLe I naiU No 21, lead, zinc,tin. Xo. 24, pig iron.No. .- PAILS, AXE HELVES, 4c. from dampaeiis. The room nneeted by Fol-liag-
.L $teMi< | Opt &ieiritisu of alo! ttTK (4 i: <;iKOR<;ilA. J. J.dUtli <4i if Rci-olntioniry Talo Furniture ; Bont', Authors, ArM Ac. jay, paints, Doors, with Fireplace*, ai blind to window
LeNa; furin Wj'KULY: :Capt. LINC.PIflLAIFLVU1A and the Border R-tninncpof tbr Swath, 125Pir The Mills and Land will bo sold on one, two 1I! the ULOuU; ofscrvuc dicd with. flax canvas. Xo. 29, cotton canva No. 30, flax Blank Book, Fools Cap and Letter Paper,Pencil*, opening through to the Pfamav ud afi td a dlightful *-

iifl bireafter. a EVERY: SATLR1'iT. t ,r<4t' 1'hiiip II, lieutuu'tf Thirty Vrar. and tree JMM time, with good and appiuvcd security Ltd eaoull I Le iJ'lreaicd' to tie evoud ..tss.s.I und cotton twine. N i. 31gt.i& Xn. 32, leather.Xo. Wafers, Pen Sealing Vat wlti b selee* Mi ot proia n d0 of 3&A foot, and protects tim.

elv sailing SiAVAM.NAli and- Tr\iug' Washington, uul other lllsU ric l aud ; tie Xc'rvcs. will bo sold on one jjr time I Uiit Po,tuia tbr (IcK'sraU" upcwcnl.od t"l'ruliu. 33, ho>ks. Standard Works, and light reading. house from rain, culd winds, l v aa.If.rmi a.delightful
-alt ns trum Biographical: tundard with g.aid security ; all other artUlei for cash- ifur j\'o C337, JVor-ta." mid dry goods. Xo 37, pitch, tar, ropin. Xo. 33, GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. RETBEAT from confinement at mil soumu ,
) f.w|| <
( a will: trout 5AVAN EAST FTOIUDA BOOK STORE. Tboft wirhingtii cuiba.'k in thu lumber bueinus For further i ttu-nL'M see pamphlet a.1rertte- tallow, no-p, oil. Xo. 'JfJ, ehip-cLauJIery. Xo. 40Utionery. A full assortment of Family Groceries, Hams ot the year. The lltxue ia litnated. in a> central .
The iairou( iiri. MI AT
will do well tu attend the tw'c.JOSEP. nieut for carrying the njiU in Virginia, XorthC'aruliu.1 Xo. 41, Crc-woud. Bacon Pork Lard Beef Tongues,Mackerel, Po- position, facing the South, and retired from ethic
,XiU the frUowiiig >aUrdavk; July 19th, Au- C. ItREW Ocean-st. near flay. ,
anti Florida
Oiroliua Georgia Pill PENNSYLVANIA. house It contains
T riXECAX South 45 and
4 iii 16th, ?epfriiiL.erGLh ,tu.t Leir- (attics, Beaus, Flour, Bread, Crackers, Jte., Ac. rooms, eonventMcW -
JOSEPH) OLIVIEITxccutors dated January 12, 1533. No. 1, wbit*>04k plank stwk longs. Xo. 2, in general, and for accommodation cannot b* sutpa -
I UtfVUWrlpbia the aitfmate utur4ay'it.1YT. : Circuit Court na tcrn Circuit of Florida WINES AND LIQUORS.
deccd JAMHS CAiTPnELL .>ed.
J. H. ,
i.f 4
? Xo. 3 ,
white-oak white-oak
1 CIIUXSTUN Tiw ; the.r Ok.; cuii will ail from 4 j i iIU tor Columbia County.t1Lcn Jack?tinastcr (tcperal. timber. Xo.plank 6, yellow-pine, plank stock proinUcntu logs. Xo. Fine Old Uran-ly, New Whiskey, Bourbnon P. S.-My object b advertiiing the above, b to. I
Mowing July
and Common Whiskey, Ctuiupagnc -
Whiskey llectiEed
s make known to friend that
awl 2Cth; ltU ird ami 'juili i E navw, Charles M. Kulb, SHERIFF'S SALK.: 7, yellow-pine beams Xo. 8, yellow-piiie mast my forth*
Aujfu-t tq- Madeira and Port Wines Schnapps, Ac.i future will
and .Iu.ej.h A. Fanning, CHEAP"CASH and timber. Xo. 10, white pine. Xo 11, give satisfaction as represented, .ra o>
lt Wr Uk ltd t7U< Loaviug 1'ki1a4I14.u&l the be sold before the Court House d or, par will be
made. I
under the of BillinChaucery WILL white-oak boanls. Xo. 12 black i FANCY GOODS. charge solicit a triaLB.E.CUtTt
i1tMte stiriyL Merchant trading uanic the rity cf Jacksonville, on the fintt ash, cypress, '
It stm to, (jxrai! *n>l*ernmiiKidati>ins,th>*Feitl !>*'in i Roll 4 Fanning, I. Monday in July next, the "Ja-tniTille and walnut, cherry, ruahogauy. Xo. 13, locust. Xo. \ Perfumery Soaps, Tooth, Nail and flair DrushCs -

sic fully KjBil t' any running ..u the coniit.lbUu4 r*. f or !t i'eg4 Alligator Plank Road," together with its Toll white-ash. oars anH hickory bajs. Xo. 13, lig- | DreiBing Combs, Looking-Glasses, 4c. St. Augustine, Pec. l-3a_

uvijuuxxi, luu inileron vlawarc lUtcruj William II Gilliland, Sidney S. Howell Foreclosureof JIou.se nnd Iandappcrtanre4 and priviledges beJongiug nuuiviUXo.. 20, eonijxwition and copper nails The above, which enumerates but eomparatively & Harness

Lay; tea iiightat tea.FcrFiigira JamcrGillilaiKl and James to said U<>ad, levied upon to satiefy a Xo 21, iron.line Xo. 22, spikes, ttMi. Xo. 2.{, lead, I, few article of our present Stock, we offer toI Cariagc Depository, -
11 NicLols, ilortgagoand ; ftf in .Jvor of McP.ae Urevard, agent of the tiu. Xo. 23. hardware. Xo. 27, paints, oi.z.1 I attract the attention of the Public, Uniting that
Falls the Lahcj aoi Canada hants and sun'niiig fiartnewundrr andPartition Wilson Wintcrnitz "Jacksonville swlAlligaforPlank! R.KH Company." ic. Xo. 2S, flax canvas. Xo. 2J>, cotton canvas. thone who inay be induced to call upon u-d>y it will, AT THE WHITE norSTT,

SHOCTEST AI'!> CHEAPI EOtTE.lief.hiiei I the name < f ofla VRIAH L' WDE.V, No. 30, flax aud e tton twine. Xo. 31, gU.s. Xo 1( have no reason to regret the same. 1 Sonth-tfeat Corner of
GilHIand Howell A Co, Lan. Re<|*ettfully: informs the Ladiel and Gcutirmcni Fhenffof Daval County. 2, Seleather. X. 33 ha e. Xo. 35, bunting and April 26 IIURTUN Jt G1LtVEUCtC1)allt' MEETING and V7XSTWORTH STZ1tT
both unmeet at PhiUlelpliia wth Benjamin G. Tbroutoii and llcrvu'.esK Juckiomv ille and Hirrouudiug country that they Jacksonville 31. IWt dry goods. Xo. 37. pitch, tar rosin. Xo. 33, tal.w CerIcsLuaSC. -

'". CrtalJiurUiVoini Railroad Route thru W. Andrews.rplll have now opened their new and bcautifnl ftwk May (. soap, oiL Xo. 39, ship chatuCery.WAIIIXCTOX CARRIAGES of every description t ttelowr
j Susini Trll '.r Buff ;lo ia 1C hour from of Spring and Summer Goods, ronsitting partly of Proposals for Naval Supplies. sJACKSONVILLE iijotcl price always on hand, and no article sold ex ck.
rw 4.1plii Tbn.nrb tn-li-t. with the ).riv r.mijAainant in this cnn'e having thi day DRY GOODS. D C. ) such a* can be warranted in the fullest term, by *
'upp i; Bj Pt4ia4dI4iaao4 iuteniiediateti i. filed their Bill of Cwuipluiiit, and it aj>]
P4$1iI4JfLIh t' .. i>g t: iu ? atatiuali and inby the afiidavit ofCli tries M. Kolb.oue uf said Calicoes, Muslins. I'arnpef, Ginghams, acy DLrAnTM1tT, oak boards. No. 12, black walnut, cherry, rcah FLA.rTIIIS _
lire -NuCw O iJufalo, S; to <.4.nij'.l3inmit., that all of aid Ikfuiidauts rc idric's iJlackat Bureau of Coast', Equip't, and Repair, gany. Xo 14, white-ash oars and hickory bars. HOTEL is now open for the reception of Dental Notice. -

> Eels; Rfij tu i.*b.iuda4giia.S27.jMiU the limits of aid State, to wit: the aid d Col'd Silks. Cl4aultravs, -CIiaTie.! June, 1351). Xo 21, iron. No. 22, spikes, nails. Xo. 2.J,lend _L customers. The undersign flatten himself W.S.EOSTWIsEwon1dresp.ot1ntly '
| at Uy pi.lphu, HERON A M ARTIN.i I>etrnJ.u t, Benjamin G. ThronUm at l ahl Awtslh.iu.u.1 .c. A UBLI.NEIL in the State uf tleorgia, cud the said cfebdauL, the fiscal year ending 30th June, f Xo. 27, paint, oils, ic. Xo. 39, ship chatkllery.J I his patrons the very best accommodations, and alLy, that,having opened an office in the Dagraiaar -
_. _T.tf. S T. G. LCD!). William 11. Ciliilaod, Siduey S. Howell, James Utibleaclied I Iluniespun. Irish Linens.Daniatk 1637, will be received at thin bureau until 3 J 43, tank stud g Hey iron. Xo. 44, chain iroo.j t will gu.tta&tee to the travelling public who may Gallery, on Forsyta street will attend to all breaches 4

Gilliland aitd Jauic* II. Xitkob', partners, Ar., in Talk Cloths) and Napkins, B. >'clo<-k, p. in-, of the 8th of July next There j Xo. 43, ingot cj pcr. Xo. 46, moulding sand, patrow'i*his House, the beat fare that can be fur of DENTISTRY, iatLemuct approved and

; MJTIcL:, the city riiaric.tou u, in the Stile of South faro. E. Diajr, L. C. Hankerchitfs, Fancy proposals njoM be endorsed "l'rupuadafor XatalfajrjilUt straw, ie. nibbed in th euy. The Merchant Hotel i is now careful manner.

Qt114mtIi lilac, aud the mud Itefendnnt, llercule. IL W. Silk Tritntuing Silk Gloves and Mitts, ljurtau. of CurMrucliun, 4C-*" that 1. GOSPORT, VIRGINIA. opec mnder his management and supervision, and t5T Nerve of aching teeth destroyed wftaowt
'J Isdi. llm.th after date epplicalV* wfll 1* made Andrews, in the city of Baltimore, in the State J KmbroVL and Grass Skirts Plain andFis'd. they may be dUtinguUhed from other biuiucw I Xo.1,white-oak plank stock log*. Xo. 3, whileI he bi.1aes by strict attention to business and mode. paw dec2-2nt 1
Judge of Probate of Iha vat Maryland. Therefore, wi motion of Felix Livii.g letters. oak prumaiscumic timber. Xo. 6, yellow-pine plank rate charges. te merit liberal share of the public
tL4 fura naIdh. a, Adiuiiiutratris if ton, Kfn SoVu-itor for mil uiplainants, it u ur- lliibons, Silk and Straw Ilonnet The materials and articles embraced in the classes I j stuck logs. Xo 8, yellow-pino mast and spar tim t patronage. JOHN BOZEMAN.feb T1IEIS

ti1el W of WillUu. S. Don Idsou, Ute.of said dervd that mid Icen4antl, do ap| ear and an- Silk Illusion! and Unbends, Muslin and named are particularly described in printed 4 ber. Xo. 10, white pine. Xo. 11, ash, cypress, 9-tf Proprietor. liui4flIRT EflZThSE. '

!.Ma.ed. ... acer to acid BHlof Complaint, iso or before the Cambric Edgelns, Collars. Chimesetts schedules, any of which will be furnished tu such elm boards. Xo. 12, black walnut, cherry, maho 1

Z-6u EMILY LPlJH.atloo I4LTX, fin* Monday in Noremlwr next or a decree pro and Sltcves. ArtiQ'l. Flowers and Tabs, as desire to offer, on application to the commandaiit gany. Xo. 13, locust Xo. 14,white-ash oart and iatt1 now open for the accommodation of Traveler .A

A4wiUIr tlIL conreuro, will be taken against them. And it is Musqtielo ettng. Parasols.! Fans, Umbrellas of the respective navy-yards, or to the navy hickory bars. Xo. 16, black spruce. No. 18, hg- Sdjtunrtfs) particularly Invalids, who will lad heaka and*

further ordered, that publieati. of this order I* aud htre assortment of Hosiery agent iiearett therein, and tboe of all the yards ; numviUE. Xo 20, composition a id copper na'b). the eamfert that this eonntry arorda. The Table i
made iu wMite ,ww.aper| | published within the a upon appliratiuu t-> this bureau. This division I Xo. 21, iron. No. 22, spikes, nails. Xo. 23. lead, AIKEX. S. c.millS will be furnished with tae choicer!deficaeiesef the-

e will b. made aitem Circuit of lion'!... .eee m-wetk for four ic., &. iuto clajsMS being for the convenience dealers | xine,tin. N' 23, hardware.- 27, paints, oil, favorite resort for Invalid is still visited season, whilst unremittin- attention win be given

: < ktsJZLc.Tht. Ju.j** ** Probate or 1)uc&L months etnu' cuti\ely t.reious to the caid Cr,t Cohn! ( <:s in each, such ]*rtions only will be furnished a* Ac. Xo. 23 flax canvas. No. 29. cotton cacvaa.Xo. I by many, especially in the Spring and Win- to please, that success might crown effects ifuture.
& tatltfn Adaunirration VU the E*. Monday of November next. Ctiats Flannel Shirt are actually required for such bids. The commandaut > .30, flax and cotton twine. No. 31, glass Xo. -*- The proprietor isis anoctatea witn mm n tjtTCharges moderate- my
, d fl Liadiay1 d.ctia,4. Given at Chamber, thin the eighteenth day of Dress U Pants, "Negro do and navy agent of each station will 32, leather. No. 33, bore. Xo. 34, brushes. No. Northern gentleman, and having improved the ISAAC GAERASON

Jik.j, JAILiLATIMEU.OTI.J. June, A. H. 1653.WILLIAM. Vest Hats ami Caps, ansorte. have a ropy of the schedules of the other yards, 33, bunting ant dry goods. Xo. 37, pitch, tar, Table and the House generally, they tm that I Bay-Port Kenando Co, Proprietoe. I
A. FORWARD, Stocks and Cravats, Fhirt and Collars. for examination only, from which it may be judged nifin. Xo.'3 tallow, wnp, oiL Xo. 39, ship these inducement, together with their united efforts i South Florida. |WI-ti1 '
ILL Judge.I HOOTS A I10L.Pi.Lady's whether it will bu desirable to make application chandlery. Xo. 40, stationery. to please their patrons, will induce many to
t KAMI are hereby f.ir.w*nnd from tra- hereby certify that the above contain*a true Euaiueled Boots Men's Boot course for them. '. June 17 4wUnited visit Aiken this Spring. The atmosphere of Aikcnis NOTICE.?

f -a L tt :$ ? prugy 3ute; of fcauj prea oupy of the original order tiled iu iuy office, asai.l.eans -.4 colored Ties *i fine, Offers must be made for the whole clous at any f> well known for its parenec *dryness, that I A LL personhaving cfaims-e demand

ast to Ileary Ia..se (or nu wife, I from the flies of Liii,' Court. w lid do f Shoes i Slippers, yard upon one of the 'printed schedules, or in j States Mail Line. ti would be useless to comment oa it, c1. agaiu.tth.Estat.nd4.a.J.'ut.alat.any j
( this aim aum. i ueety..zaiid : SC.t1UOUOtTilI, Gaiters strict conformity therewith, or they will not be X. BILLIARD TABLES and BOWLING
a'pilk Coogre s of Dnval
dated uuMiime about the Clerk Circuit Court Cut. County. 4t court Ic red. S /.LOONS near the Uotell Buggies, Carnages county, deceas.dratajsiseto.pre.ensthem
Savannah and Florida
Clerk. kid Slippers, lUp Brognns, must be of the best Between be without properly authenticated aeeecdia* & *?
ISM. All By S. S. MORE, Deputy Gaiterx Youth's do All artiriea very quality, Aid saddle Hones can prorated any '
PtmaIs1 3lisaea within from the date hereof ltV
$. site Ac to be delivered nab 8-3m two yean ea r.
tk. otke thatI shafi nut lS5&-4tn conformable to sample ; SEMI-WEEKLY. d Acuity.
June "
**tei a t '4 BuoU t Slippers Shoes A Boots, suitable \cstc'n and notice will be plead in bar of the payment ther* C -
tjr compelled by aw.M the conWi in good ordar and in pack "
Xegro Bt.'gns. Anti all indebted said Estate -
mf.cLdL tt lia. ( a the case be, at the and risk ENGLISH, AND CI.ASSICAL person to are requested -
M given ailed.tIh. lit Circuit Court Eastern Circuit of I'lor. Together with a, large aasortme&t of ages may expviue to make immediate payment to- -
owEs PARKER of the conitrattor, and in all respects subject to
Ida for Columbia County. 1J.! )1V41E TIlE STEAMERS JiAKIllA A. TLTii,
measurement count Ac. SCHOOL.TilL
30. Ii',, 5-3iz*) the inspection, weight, .
William IL GiUiland. Sidney S. CUTLERY; of the yard where received, and to the entire undersigned would respectfully in April 26. 19366w.MIIsrMZIL., i-

Cash Paid for UowtU. Jamr liUilaud, audJas.II. GROCERIES., fc. atUfactkm of the commandant thereof. St. Johns the citizens of Jacksonville and : -;'

Nickob?, Purchaser will find it to their interest to call Bidders are referred to the yards for samples, that be will his Fraser & Tbozpsae,

:! aL d3 isMags Merchant snd.snivingcOp&rtncr*, Bill forMing and examine our Stock, at the CarolIna corner, and a particular description of the articles; and, CAM. JAS. FREEBORN, surrounding School for the community instruction, i>f youth in all rr-opee tWhra*. FACTORS A > ,

$ and tra ling wtder the name of Foreclosure tafore purchnsing else where. A* we shall take j I all other things being equal, preference will be ANDWelaka ehes of a thorough English and Clanical education, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Oilliland, fluircfl fil? of great pleasure in trying to please all those who I given to articles of American manufacture. I
first of January next. Thankful
I.,.. mortgage way favor us with a call. All orders from the 4 Every offer, as required by .the law of 10th, on Tuesday for the liberal day patronage bestowed en, hid AdSei Nveti. MTuaf.L.IYEIIY

Benjamin G. Tbrouton and Stephen and country, shall be promptly attended to. August, 1B46, must be accompanied by a written etfurU during very the short time he ha* been engaged I caasso.&e. -
C. DREW, U. KolU and Partition 1856. the forms of which herewith given. rwxa'g wasaza .
-------- E-Davis, Charles Jacb-ouvaie FIx, April 12, guarantee, are CAPT. NK1NG, a* teacher in this eommaaily.hehofM.bj strict z. PAI.L1C..4I
A.. Fanning, of Thooe emily whose offers may be acoepted will
I'OU AL1. attention to business and the exertion of effort -
LBALM nndcr the name Lawis. be notified and the contract will be forwarded as : leave SAVANNAH for PALATKA, every
Merchant WILL :
OF A A VALUABLE tract of Land on Amelia for the moral and intellectual advancement of *
ig Pavis, Kel A Fanning, saul i ooo thereafter as practicable, which they will be every
& miles from the merit acootJhaanceof the Reference
1s1and contemplated depot, andTALATKA hia-pnpils, to same.
R. W.Andrew*. within ten days after its receipt morning, at 10 ,
to execute
Herculrt tbi'J. \allow Bluff, containing 750 acre good planting required MONDAY and THURSDAY for SAYAN- i iania.Ie with,thetiun tconfiilenee toUxwe f P1IE subscriber keep con- .
J1&tsanb .ftt3wt. ComplainanU in this eanse, bavmg at the t office or Davy agency named by every ,
T po and be
laud. There i Is on the premise a email dwelling whose be has blberto enjoyed, JL
Wed their Bill of Complaint, and it ppVarinr them. NAH at 10 o'cUxk, touching at the usual Landing patronage itantly hUaMpply d exa 1gSL411-
day house, and out bouse, a cotton Gin and Gin bourn, hope to be able, duxing the next year, to eaUblish 4 -
and .
the affidavit of William 11. Gilliland, Sureties in the full amount will bo required to both ways. BUGCLCS tolet. jMee-lnmished to.
.- IKO1tE. mm of laid by eompUinanU, that all of aU jetenil. all of which together with the premises, will be signjhe contract, and their- responsibility certified They will leave Jacksonville every Tuesday and oa a firm anaL pcintansrH haswy a school, that any part of the countryH0n** M4ed by tbe-

atitc reAIe teyend the limiU ef this Plate,iir jritrbelaid sold reasonable. tu by a United States district judge United and Friday morning at 3 o'clock. will, iu point of thorough inrtruttioe.amMiacipline.besevoodtoaoneuktheSut the single feedv day,week or moalfi* By oderate _
couth end of the object
Also two small tracts on the *; a I *
BenJamM G. TbronhMratpablanaga States district collector or agent. These Itaats have been expressly for the barges and personal a2teem be Itopeate-gaUo -
( Defendant | attorney, navy he
in the State of Georgia, the said Defendant Ijluidoueiiftwo hundredand the Oak.fifty As additional security, twenty per cerium will be Rout, and having- large and airy Estate Room accommodation u to make the scboola permanent one of lUwe, respect interested liberal share of patnMge S&bU on-Hin .st.,, -4 _
Live ami
of aid
Stephen E. Davis, CbarleaiL Kolb and acres containing a luxurant growth withheld from the amount ot the bill!!* until the offer unequaled inducements to In-. fully ask the eu-uperation nth* west part St the town. IU also ha lets forhe -
Also tract containing one hundred and thirty in the eaaseo! education, in effecting se desirable
of ,io the a valid and others. For further particulars enquire aeeommodatioa>oe Wagoners-and DroPven.uo .
A. Fanning the city AugniU contract hall have been completed,and eighty per
Joseph the and keHefit to the community.
Uw Scatuu tract on 3larysEver. iJyect
adjoining an
acres MtB T
l-Go fty BARSOX.otlce .
Hereule of
Ktate of Georgia, aud the laid ItefunJaut to ceittuin of each bill, approved in triplicate by the in attendance being essentially neneeessary :
K. W.Andrew in the city of Baltimore in Apply commandant of the respective yard will be paid BISCEE A CANOVA, Regularity
of the
JOHN il. PONS 4cJ. the advancement pupil
i Jot ; on motion of within after its Agents, JacksonvilleJ. to proper \ Withdrawal ef Z aaato.la Florida ., _
3uljj. the State of Maryland Therefore Jacksonville, May 12, 1935-tf by the navy agent thirty days Palatka. labia studies, no deduct** will be made for lust
0. Agent .
Felix Livinrfon, Er, Solioitor fcraaklComplainaat presentation to him. in easecotprotracted illness. and Alabama.rNpnnmaaee .
-:. ____ AT THE BOOKSTORE. *. it i* ordered, that said Defendant do appear It is stipulated in the contract that, if default CLAGUORX. Jt CUNNING Savannah.U AM, The school win be eontin *d in the same building
and answer to said Bill, on or before the first MOD. be wade by the parties of Ah* first part in delivering Agents, ..1Co.
Swart' .clat-nian
Mr.! ) opposite Biggs
coufe T. A. A U.CEM'KAL KAIL ROAD ) Thcsa Boats connect both with a line of ( .
'flnder Lightning Jay ia November next, or a lcree pr ** OFFICE all or any of the articles mentioned of the ways .'. -
ill be Ukeu agaiuH them. .And It la farther or.dred. JACKSO >IUJC, Fia, Jan 12r 1S.VJ.nnE > quality and at the time and places provided, then, Stages, between Jacksonville Tallahassee, PaUtka Foundry. and tm Mlana -
"I art CUXDDCTOttH. tUt publication of this order be made in Stockholders of the Florida, Atlantic tJ. and in that ease, the contractor and his sureties Ocala and Tampa Bay, and with steamers Terms-Four, six, ublr. per qaarter.I'ff of the net entitled"An:aetgwaUJL _
Li Uie payable m
only Permanently Safe 5i1W e newapepec P UiJKd withm the Eastern Gulf Central lUil Road are hereby notined will foiifgit and pay to the United States as liquidated between Savannah and New York, Philadelphia Tuition- TT.l-- CAKE. ing public Unda, ia alternate ceetioM, bvtan- I
Ii UGIITJNIXG 1ZODS1i Circuit of Florida>uue a week for f ur months, that CtVh instalment of fir* per cent upon the damages a tarn "iiioiwy" equal to twice and Charleston.. mhS [July 7-ly Jacksonville Dee. 2M. ISiiJs State of Florida and Alabama, to aid ia theeonitructioo ,

yet iuvenUd.seew'tyU auMccutireij. Tmvioa to the said first Monday Capital $lock of said Company baa been called in,: the amount of the contract prtcw iLtraiu agreedupon NOTICC.A of certain raflroadsin caid Staatef-.%-

h1p hILitha Is pegf. aM eeL iuect Lue ;uv.&bozt. Ube pwUtmcr UJ r* tho fifteen of July next.By i as the price to be paid in cae of tb. tualdelivery proved 17lh May, 1536. all toe lands tyiogjtiJinv. I _
U&Sfl Di%cn at Chambers, thIs the eigutecnth day tf or4ar of the Board thereof, which liquidated:'damages may PPLICATION will be made to bis Honor the Holmes, fifteen wile* en each sided tfee follow iaf railroad

arUcle.peak foe hae1Z ,.ad Iliupe June, A. I>. 1636.WILLIAM. G.C. GIBBS, be recovered ot"retained from Uoietolim.e'as they JTV Jade of the Circuit Court for the Eastern and branca named foaaidaet, to wiin-.*
7ta4) the their iMiues, will iaj A FORWARD.Judge.. goc'y A Treasurer F. A. t C. C.R.R, CoIu accrue from the said parties of thy first part or Circuit Florida, after the usual time of notice 100 ira/strtir. r. From St. John'' river;at JackaoaviOa the''

4eba.ttrei l, cfl"1S o* Mr. A.M. KEED.Mr ; Pastern either of them.. : according to taw, for pertniwinn to lei I certain "TTTTLL pay(mrtieiiLir attention l*.al *e I Yel- water of Eiesinhibi.y,. ar fr ;, .
Court Circuit of Florid
alt 14aDlvW.. .l1. WALTER KIPPtUwe I ycertW, that the above 1** trn$ cepy Circuit- luval Ctaues 1,2, 4, C, 7.8.-to be >delivered 'one* land, situated in Nassau aiul >l.Johns Counties, \ V low 11 ne" lumber, Ure Oak, and Amelia Island, oa the Atlantic, t*.*a. water*of
4* of the vni-nal order, filed In my oOco, a* appear *, County. fourth port uo or bcfuie the lath May, ui.fourtb belonging to th*Estate of Peter -Pon, dacensed, other gOCTHbRN TIMBER and PRODUCE,and Tampa, bay,with a. breech to. CedM Ky, ea>taA -
from tIle its' eit thi* Court. Sixcn BtrrrixcTOX, ) As*. Attachment. part by the 20th July, oueourtltparthythe2kh for the n* hitheira and creditors i'f said estate. toordov for purchasing MERCHANDISE. Gulf of Mexico, (except the Tasaaa.nay fertioa i
..uI_: IWTtIL AVGIIINJ3rDTI. S. cAflnOTorau, Ta. > Dazuagsa sluooa Sam beptcmber, and the ramaiuder by tbo lit Decent nay 10-tf JOHN M. POKSJackwuvilW ymf 7-tf moth of Us junction with the Cedat Key bra..btb.,

'b$ --\e M i* aatlsrso4 to ie.1t ., Clerk Cirrwit OMtrt CoL County WILLIAM P. &IAU, ) Sworn U 3,000. bur, 1837. ClaM s > w.3aJHf !>-Uie. whole by April ..0, '56. Admmutrator. and from Pewaeola, Florida,to bL0M11. I
Uifa$1d iTetWa Ut l d S ilOliE Clerk. > Defendant and afl other interested, are NOTICE. barns have by instruction boa thi* sebse* ,
tt*. e r* MW By B. Deputy THE the loth May, 1837. The euaiaiug -elosses la von SALE. ,
(ndO-ly) -I). J .J..28,1SS6-4mL. notified of the commenceiaeot tif this be deli*cred-oue-fourth part on or Wore the J:4.-: ''THAT VALUABLE PORTABLE SATV* WEEKS after this publication I than ap suspended from tale and teaUoo, a fl.f*rta ( );4 -

-__ Ettt 1>y AtUvhmcnt, and are required appear lit rScptwuWr next, omi-fourtbltort on or before J. LolILL. c f about 20 horse power, now situated SIS fc> the Judge of Probate of the Cow nty orders. ku
UT1CE. LANDWAHUANTM. pal plead to the same, or judgment will i.e outered -.t the lit Dttvember-aext, oue-luunk port on or-be on the PiMik Road three miles from town. Alachaa, for Letter of AdmInistration on the Given nndar my band,at the GeiamtCaa '4 _

W.lubTITh: iU set sa y arst darIng Y'T'IIE -rNDKRSI JKEI> win pay CUll for no IT'default'at thc'neit term of said Court. fore the 1st of April toj die remainder tu or be- :Apply to OEO. W.-CALL, Estate of Xoah P.Suggs deeeaaed. flee at Washington, this twety-tbltd isN -

TIhsI: LEDW j.t41.AwD p.1LtTS. \ J. P.&tDEfi.ON" foci lbs 30tb Jane, 1337, comprising at s.acbd.- PA RAM MOODY, WILUAM 0. CLEGO- 1656. TRo3.LuJJ ; .' _
,, : Jon 14, !6ft3 j $-t j *tA > fur ri'ffis livery A in* rorrtlea ef each article.: c feb6-t. "* e.y.wiiLL\-Ms (c1Lapxvdle,3fay 12, lS55. mjl6i April 7-6> e1qatg.. i
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N. 0 .. r3:S.' ,It t ,; t' A !IARVELLUS: REAIEDY'-, tdjuttrntTTIitt* .'lHE' 1lIJI.- BetweenSavannahTIlE wrfRorii.;

.FOR. ELttS ..-! '! AND .. { ;: info $0Ii Stinting\ dfcHAVING IIAVIETTA} OEO: ,***4 1l1.WEEKLY;

tutjzrt t t Marine Insurance Co. !.0Dt -1cIdmieyear is dividedX '&ES&

or Pr.NtSTLYAUL. COUNTING: hOUSE .ALMANAC. Inter two sessions of ftve months each. Tb. .STEA3IE '

N ;S1&JK i**' Block i '* 1 .J3ay-st.jninrs1 c.ntrrj'uurgh. and Jarkd.St.lIIr. comiMaees the Iftk otj cf tbe 2Cth Ftbruary.' .' Str J f'
I 1ESU UIA ; 185:6. end oa < 'July. oil jiCAP7r
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are divided into four College
4 Jacksonville: } ,; iriorryta' Oap1ta.: $0500 Annual Comaeoeetnent take place oa .'8. '
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4___ ) MER.1 A C e >: o e before the 2Ctk U .;, .
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New' : CUANDISE. in t: : d u : ICtQ c ACtDF.MIC'ITArr. I

_ I Spring; Port and their CARGOES, a} Property, 1856. i.4.1 5... = l = = V. BRUMBr, A. 3f. Welaka "

.against toes or damage by .f -' I Ii 'I, ILl J 1 a. } : and Prof of MaUit.atW
'made I aDd ,
= 1atarall'bilo.ol'h1'
c t1 : AVT.3f.ltn ,
= : 1 4 6
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) Ointment. et (
IoUowa s : >_ Ju'y.. 2 3. u Jn1 :10 12 R. McCONNELL; ,
I DIRECM extensive 6, 7 8 9 10 I iN 8 1 TfTTlX leavt SAVANNAH for
arrange I and Prof.'of Engineering-
Klots I of Cadets
I ,
John P.
: ,. 15 l617 19mentsfortbeexecu V y I. Y..
SmnmerGoods 13 U 15 16 ttery TrESD.Yad
THE GRAND EXTERNAL REMEDY. Phil C..Sedgi I John AIooco B.A. Carrier, 22fl24, 25 't 4I4 %2 2. 2 I 26 .H..MANGET,. : < DAY wevtiag* rt 10 o'clock; 'andevefl utn
2c12l PALAn"
Rltherord ; i Fret of French and History i 30DAY ud
millions 31 7hIUSfljyy
By the aid of a miscroscope, we see Alvan VTilkins, I Samuel ; V12839 3 :3) ,,SATU
little on the surface of our bodies-- Frir: 1 2 I 2 all kinds of- Mr. W. II. hUNT, Al M, d 10 .'ec1.touching at tb ttnll
Jones .rG'T.
openings T.
Samuel ; .
< f the toofTldosrp 3 4 6 8 9 Prof of Chemistry and English Uteralure.Mr. WJrl both
SUBSCRIBERS have just} reccrvcd rtt! these this Ointment when rubbed on JOHN P. rilERFORP 345678 91 7 waJl.
TUB I' aaaortmetiforBRY GOODS, at their 1 akin Through is earied to organ or inward pat DM- A.J. GILLETT, prien"1 lionof 10 I 12 13 U 15 16' 110t'1 13 l 1 Piphlct J. B. GOODWIN. They will leave Jactsecvilh rr try t"71al
will erfl cheap disorders of the affections Settar. 19 20 21 19 23 Professor of Drawing. anl Friday morning o'clock.
_ tore, wbkb FOR CASH they u eases of the Kidneys, Iver. G lrGI.8tl'. 1 2l 23)i 2 2 2
ki any other Bc se in tbe country 4, They have of the hear Inflammation of LDK J. II.McRORY, Agtnt, Fa : Job Printing, :2526212:9 H !21,25 2 27129 3 Eaw Blank's;. Capti It. S. CAMP, These Boats bar been built estrni. tee j
adopted the principle of"Small Profit and quick Astnmas, ad Cld are by its mNI : nerERtKCES AT : MAa'n it 1311- AM'u't Profes-sur of Mathematics. I and having large and airy Slate..
Rtturn" aDd invite the attention of the Public fectually cured. knows that salt Col.J. S. I .UClsnIUF Capt. I 2, 3 4 5 6 7 SU1 1\\ 2 3 I o I I A'.flOXNELL, M. D, Sur ion. I eemumodationoffcr nell-I. II.

ti an examination of their Stock before purchasing posses freely through bone or meat of any thick Col. John Smmh 1 :' Cale.iI1.. Wilams. T.atentOOnoa, 9 101 1213 1- 15 I S 9 10 II 12 13 nurJ.t The Institution b under the direction and management valid and others. For farther ..
i{ it will be found tbe follow ing, with Ointment far more readily Bro"ar 21 22'' UII 16 l7l8 1920 qoire of
elsewhere. In ness. This healing Col. henry ', | [ 7-t] 19I20 of a Board of Trustee, in eonjun.t m
4 ttany other jtftkle*too purnerout to. pcction r penetrates through any bone or fleshy part of the Tlmau wishing Printing 231U2 26 27 25291 I :.! 2 24 2S 26 2 Visiting CarhI- with Board cf Visitors appointed by the Governor BISCEE 4 CAN\.\,

r: *.. .' .. living body, curing the most dangcrvus inward NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.OFFICE I2 Agents, Jacbam
DRY GOODS. I of tbw Stal*"
done is iiOa'a. _
particularly I 2 3 4 flrevtanvHand J. 0. DEVALL
other .
be.reached 2
.complaints, that cannot by means. A 3. 4 the Institute basbeettfarafeWIwill. Alftl
.y : frmts, *. .. .Ginghams, ERYSIPELAS. SAIL 1UIEUM Jb SCOU- OF STATE EXGINEER 1& 6 7 B 9i10 1 l2i,I' 5 1- 7 B 9 10 By. on"
_ t., J JacUnels I Grenadines, Ons.o l\IN.VISTA, OKARCE invitedtothi.olllco.1 I 13 U 15 i617 H 1516118 Bills, aad'a, Reid Battery, eofUwtlnR Agent SlY.
oi; Florence Silk. Illusion, lU1l Johns River, Fla, August 20,1855. 20 21 2 2:321: 23 26! 1211 21 2l 2 2425 braa aad:lw.' twelve- These Boats connect both ways wk a i"
I Cur pieces tl"
much for the Terms six-pcnnder
Muslins remedy ever done S ere received at this Invariably 2627 28 Stages,between Jacksonville aao1TaU
PROPOSALS will be Show I [
-1&wfl8; of diseases of the Skin whate"e form they may SEALED 2722, 3 \ I I Uowitjerss- talks 0.aU ana Tampa ,r.
poander Bay
Hosiery, until the 20th day of August, 1836, forconstructing I 2 3 :0J -tiL" I &lid.it Ite.'
Cravats as this No eau of Salt CAShI.- lu 8 The-sstiaenJ i l'and Conmandjnt are graduates between Savantab sad Nt's
assume Ointmtut rheul Canal with its appendage. 4 5 6 7 I 8 9 234 5 7 leek,
Osnabunrlis.Plaids ,
( J Lading
a Bills
4 GrassSkirts1-> U I. (. r '. Scurvy Sore Ieads, Serflla, or iirysiplas such Lift Locks, necesar, ) I I 12 13 15 16 91011 12 13 14 15 of West Point, and as the IwrtlUite-U upon and Charleston mbr f,1.177-1,
.. 1 ticking ; J. long withstand I. The inventor has Guar. Dai.c.- Orders from the 1 2122 23 \ 16 19202122I the West Point plan, the public may boo unr. ---4,
Lake on 2.
from Harney Juhn RlYf. 118
;;i Musouito NetWhtio *,- Itibbonsi3raide, travelled over many parts of the globe, vi.itDg dian River a distance of thirteen miles, 3,4tOfeet t :2:30 31$ ZJ 2.!,25.26212 2 Bills of Fare, ed that its government, discipline aadco"ef I TORCharleston

.i Done I Hooks and Eyo", the principal hoepials. dispensing this by the General Assembly of the State Country wil be I Jra.. I, 3 l 6 71 30 i studies will be strictly enforced I

Checks; Linens: cuing adtico I t applcaton. and has thus authorie. at its session of 1834-53, by a Act S 910 112 1 U DEc'n. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Labels, TERMS.

i Gro DC rune Sills, ben the means rebtorij counUe.numbers to Florida Act to provide for and encourage a promnptlyexecutsd.1 I IJI1611 9t19201211, 7 8 9 13 Tuition BoorJ,TTwWng, TwtT Lights,Hire of
flaregct 1j; a in this 15 16 h7l89! 20 Musician!, and all other contingent expenses, per ri4i.SAVkNNAI.
liberal of Internal Improvement ."t.
) Cambric, Bubiucts, 'SORE LEGS,SORE BREASTS WOUNDS State." system Jos. F. I 20s1 2 2712.( 1"; 23124\251262[ se-wion of fire months,in advance, 3112 SOc. .
.tj DeLainca Crape, & ULCERS. 1100110.1 : : : foe 5.
Proposals will specify the amount for which the ...2 Burgeon's per annum GEO.
p Spool Cotton, Cords, Some of the most Hcicntifio surgeons now rely I work will b done, the mode and manner in which 0 Persons desiring further Infurmalitft. can ootaaa i

.. .t ': Brown'Sheeting, Bleached Sheeting, eolely on the use of this! wonderful Ointment when I lInIment a to.!b made, whether in land or mon copy of tbe "Regulations"ANDREW by J.addressing UANSELL aMSupetiDteudeDt. Th: T .W..S.ML

Stripes, I. Drill, baring to cope with the wont cues of sores,wound ey, or or each _
I ; 't Webbing:, ulcers,glandular s, and tumors. Professor tl prtion and Estimates can be seen at Dec. 15. lS55-3n Secretary. '. : ?
uiai bas of the Allied Got ernmcuu .offics, and information obtained by addressing .
& | )I n'. Shirts Ilolloway by
Edging Inserting < :
yf ,difpaUhod to the hospitals of the East,large the undersigned at 'Orange Mill Post Office, ITfLeighou Art Association CABOLin
Linen Ca\bJ'ic Handkerchiefs Ac., &C.BOOT3AD Flo." Cosmopolitan
,* febipmcnts of this Ointment to be used under the St.Johns Rvr.

'" SHOEg. direction of the Medical Staff, in the worst coses 'tI'i h reive for constructing a L. M. COXETTIK ,
I wounds. It willeureany ulcer, glandular swelling Railroad over BJne a
Eadiea'' Black Silk Congress' Gaiters-. stiffness or contraction of the joints, even of ground.F.. L. DANCY RRANGEMENTS for tbe Second Annual Collection %v ILL 1w. P.alatb"1 TDUISDU-

{ I 1, ,. Colored Tie.- 20 years,standing. ag2511 State Engineer State of Florida ; & Russell E : A 01 this new and popular Imtatio nIimXalSPebu.lficcJata atI1V
I Fine English'Kid 3Uppe, PILLS AND FISTULAS. VIIIAJAULU PROPERTY IN ST. for the diffusion of Literature and Art, have been .1 3 o'clock same aitsieses'I

\ t..t.; t 4'I "FI't.11cb" These and other similar distressing complaint I AUGUSTINE FCR MALE. J made on the most extensive scale. vannab Charleston*n Friday that evening.morning at 9 e'cIocll, r--

U "Goat Buskins can be effectually cured if the Ointment be Mel /fi THAT FINE RESIDENCE opposite tbeJLLMAGXOLIA L! : SASH BLIND Among the works already engaged, Is the far- YM.31.L4tWTDN
F; U C& Kid rubbed in over the parts effected, and by other HOUSE. Also that valuable fame.1 Agents ttBENET 'O,

: ;" U KirJTies, wise following the printed directions around HOTEL property known the FLORIDA AND GENOA CRUSIFIX, TEA3DJLIJ CbrJ-.a.
HOUSE. For terms apply which originally cost Ten Thousand Dllarf.In ; ;
U' '' ,
Enameled Boots' pt. the OInemcnt and Pills should be toA.. II. COLE DOOR MANUFACTURERS forming the new Collection, the diffusion of JAMES RlZ.A uu at P&I&Lb:

'tilses' Parodi BooU, used in the following cases: auRtnt 13-tf Orange Mills, Fla. works of American .\ra. and the encouragementof Dt.t PhdatL
Shoes' have not been overlooked. .
.i Bojs \ genius, .
:. Men's Fine. Boots; Burns Bunions Sore Sore Legs Breasts lrlREI FIRE I FIRE in subscribers beg leave respectfully to inform the citizens of Cotnmis.iona have been issued to many 'of the Atent nr.ow.\o at llcu-fine.
TIE American Artists who will contribute
t Shoe Chapped Hands Sore HeadsChilblains TIE SUDSCRDFR'S OLa I. and surrounding country,that they have a large establishment in Charleston S.C. mud distinguished A.COhEN,
__ destroyed of their finest prodnc/wns. Among
u Sore -(1r such eetuUubmcnt work fur the manufacture of some Jan. H-fr "\
RroganrSlippers that
Kip' Throat with every facility an can profitably the lItatS'U.I"
Marble Dusts executed by
three ,
142 them
removed to Meeting-
I' Fistulas Sore by fire, be has are .\
.. '" ," Enameled'and; Fancy. Shoesr, Gout 5prainaLnbago al kid corner of Wentworth the stand formerly occupiedby Sashes Blinds and Door greatest living Sculpture,-Hiram Powers i lnbtptttbtnt

.41 Scalds W. J.GJYER where he continues his business GEORGE WASHINGTON, ; tint.
Cloth tipped Gaiters. in all He bason band large amortroeut -
Swelled Glands
J a Gaiterstcth'cr Mercurial Eruptions it of size and all descriptions, also MOULDINGS of any pattern, at tbe shortest notice. The Father of his Country;
Lasting Congress ,- Piles Stiff Joints fir.t clogs VEIICLE J all description*, every BENJAMIN FRANKLIN INLAND ROUTE T SA V ADm.
a :* tippedYouth" Rheumatism Ulcers tome choice built ex LEIGUOX: i RUSSELL guarantee their work to be worth one hundred per cent more fur durability ,
for hi F"DILY C.IWIAGES which he than the Northern work sold in this market. Price current I lit cf our work oaa. be TLe Philosopher t
Salt Rheum Venereal Sores pressly Custrne, mae THE NEW
Contr AND
Brogans '
Give trial March DANIEL WEBSTER: r
to call Broganr.Chtldrcns' Skin DiscusesWounds of all kinJ will SELL ClE.\P CASH or City aep seen on board the Steamer Calna us 2 -
.' Sold at the Manufactories of Professor HOLLOVAV LEONARD The Statesman.A COMMODIOUS
& : lLDet. STEAMER
Ac. :
.' .. Shoes, a large Stock, e 80 Maiden l.aul. New York and 244 flf" Orders promptly and faUtyally JUltd.Charleston special agent bas nailed Europe and made care

".' HATS AND CAPS. Strand, London, and I,y all respectable Druggists ,S. C., lw. 18-6m 'WATCHES[ JEWELRYSILYEI1 ,V ARE ful and judicious selections of foreign works of Art, THOS. G. HAIGHT

4' ., A good assortment comprising of WENS' LEGHORN and Dealers of Medicines throughout ihe United S. & E. M. Gilbert both in Bronze and Marble; Statuary and Choke CAPT. I..J. w. n.\Riuuy. .,
TRAtV PALM t-EAF, PoU at25 cont ,
PANAMA States, and the eh'ind'wor1J.1 Pointings.
r WOOL, and FELT HATS, together with Chll.t 621-2 cents, Ind ..c7i'taMANUFACTLRERS and DEALER AND Tb. whole forming large and qalaiiblo collection WILL leave Welaka every Saaday mtnht
IVI drens' Uata and Bl.omeu.i" \sf; There is I considerable saving by taking ; all descriptions of CAR of Paintings and Statuary to be distributed 8 o'clock for Savannah via. PiUO*

SADDLERV.A'Wetfsolecte Ihclargessizes.. at Xos. 35 and 40 Went- Ins E among the members of the Association for Picolata, Jacksonville At,leaving Jatluotvuiii

*stock mutable for the demand N li. Directions for the guidance of p&tent in worth Sheet, and No.7 Wayne Street Charleston FancyGoods. the Second Year. Monday morning at 2 o'clock A.M; rttinuarlea
IV of Membership. \es Savannah. Friday at 10.,tlkAX.
every disorder are affixed to each Pot. Our Stock it an extensile one, and purchasers Terms every
of the-ma 0- This Boat invariably take. the loUad
rtet.HARDWARE.. are respectfully requested to call on us, as we can The payment of three dollars constitutes anyone Pump.
and draws but 3 1-2 feet water when boded.L. .
1 offer great in style and price; and GEORCTEFLAGG member this Association,and entitles him
induewent. a
Af t.lm'ik,
at establishmcnLace war fur ona
1 any bought our to either one of the following Magazines
I1OT, LED. DRAWING KNIVES, Fashionable Boot :Maker, rated every respect. July 8t oT iol jsori/\rJLllG: En' F1orcn. year and also a ticket.in the dutributivn of the March 1-ly Agen,JltkJoerille!
Statuary Paintings.The
KNIVES FORKS and CARVERS SEWN. STREET, SCA ISLAND COTTON GINS. respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that Literature issued to subscribers consists of -
ROPE TACKS BOLTS f. TWO DOORS FROM rORSYTU-S THE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity to he has again opened at his old stand, the following Monthly Magazines: Harper's Put.nam' Jewelry
: ", inform tho Planters of LONG ST.LECOTTOY. Graham's
ACEsPERvJS., Jacksonville East Florida. ,, Nickerbocker, Blackwood', ,
,I SION that he bas rebuilt: his FACTORY, and SU1IERS' BLOCK Godey's La Jy's Book, and Household Words. WM. GliOTIIE
subscriber respectfully announce to his is t fill orders in his line jrithout delayat entitled to ,
POCKET KNIVES THE now ready { selected stock ofwifaip Persons taking five memberships are
PtAINS GOUGES patrons and the Public generally, that his usual prices. we1 five of the Magaiines for one year and to A T C IIMI RE RJeweller
SPRING BALANCES NAILS be bas taken the ulore formerly occupied by J. W. Planters wanting GINS or Gin repaired extra H W VA six any tickeUin the distribution.The tIw I

I t ,. iUTTS, HOOKS 4 STAPLES SPADES and SHOE, AXES, PRICE, where lie is prepared to make BOOTS and Boxes and Brushes, will apply to the following 'WAWqi ANDEr&.NcrE net proceeds derived from the sale of rambersbip .5:'D
SPIRIT LEVELS BUTCHER SHOES tf the finest Cuith and ct>le, and equal i the subscriber at this
: work of
COTTON CARDS BELLOWS Agent, or place : : GOODS are devoted to the purchase ;
KNIVES superior to an bcrtuorl offered to the pub AG EXTS.DSnEE. ,
HOOKS and HINGES le.not ) CANOVA, Jakson"ie. Fla. to which the attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the I Art for the TbcdwantAes ensuing year. Securedby (NEXT DOOR TO THE porr-ornci.) i iHAS

WINDOW STOPS S A to R ES ERS. flatters himself that tl general satisfaction A1ator. 'Ia New York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both a becoming a member of this Association are- on bAnd a vplended snrtment of h.ti-
:o RULES, CARPEX' tie bal given hereoCore. entitle him to thepatronage JOHN B. Whie Springs, FU. regards style and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. ht All persons receive the full value of their and unique JEWELS ef tliUUi 11 11I

'tER' SASII made oat of of the tbOo best 1 ulltcrial.wih a well He will fitting endeavorto Boot: D. C. ACOSTA'CO..CentrOilge.. Ceo. Among my assortment may b found nbtcriptiont at the start, in the shape of sterling I styles and fashions, such as

I do. Literature. GOLD GUARDS FOB sad VEST CHARS
Magazine '
TOOLS,CHISELS give sututfaction to all who ma favor him witha Savannah Ceo. BUTTER KNIVES FRUIT Do, NAPKIN towards
Also ) COOPER' WAT lIES 2 1. Each member contributing purchasing EAR-RINGS, FINOER-RI5GS,
.te. cull. do. do. RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS Ac., Ac. choice Works of Art, which are tu be ,distributed BHEA.ST-PIN3, le,
WOOD.\f ARE, such as BUCKETS, BROOMS, has hand of andLedies PATENT LEVERS, (full Jeweled,) .
He supply GOLD
a largo FINE
on S. C.
j R. Beouford
AXE HELVES, & rots Capt DYTlEWOOD. Constantly on hand and made to order from pure among themselves, and are at tbo same all of which will be offered at the lowest prices
q PAILS (6
and Children Shoes which ho at DETACHED
STATIONERY. wi .tU SCOTT, A AlD.Cbnrledol, coin, and "..rauteJwith' time encouraging the Artists of the country disbursing fur CASH
S. : BOOKS AND low prices. 9. C.S "LAPISE. tbrouh its .
thousands dollars and wamntO
.1L: t ., Blank Books, Fools Cap and Letter Paper,Pencils, CVKepaiiing done at low prices-and at.shor L. ltRXl.J ( without hunting casoss) UTLERY. in reviitingfund.a for membership agemy.Pero's will E Mr.TWATCHES G., witb bit experience, Jtt, repaired for the Ut twtifj.
\'vaCen ? Sealing Wax, with H selection 01 notice. July SILVER PATENT do. do.
:' u1y 23-Gm Qeo LE\'Er. their addrest in full, stating tatters .
S t Bthool' Books; Standard Works, nnd light reading 1larl' do. do. From the celebrated Manufactory of Geo. Wosten- please give post-office eight years as practical WATCllMiKCB.
AGENTS WANTED, PROCLAMATIONBY lET.CUEl" do. do. LoIn A Son, consiting of the month they wish the Magazine to commence himself that be u ful'y! competent to give n-
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. I ,and have the letter reguted at the Post tire saturation to those who desire to ban their
1, ; A full assortment of Family Groceries, Hams To soil by subscription, :Complete History of tho From good makn.. which will L warlt1 POCKET KNIVES, SCISSOP- SHEARS- Office to prevent loss; on the receipt of which, a watches, :.,repaired in a -orklUlllillt.

iaeoBt Pork,' Lard Beef Tongues,)Mackerel Potatoes RUSSIAN WAR, JAMES E. BROOME, :good time keej> R.\ZOPS, oe. certificate vf membership together with the Mag- All persons having goud waUhes ,.

.. i Beans, Flour Bread Crackers Ac., .. Now Ready. One vol. octavo Governor of the Slate of ftorlda.ThrccIIunared JEWELRY.Consissing FAN Y GOODS anne desired, will be forwarded to any part of th. ever, du not perform we11. awl are n'w wt rf

WINES ,AND LIQUORS. Dollars Reward. country. order will do well to call on Mr. Givtbt, vbue
,, Illustrated with Engravings. ofGOLD Such as CORALS, POIifE MONIES, ACCORDIONS at Bookstores, ,
Those purchase terms are "no cure to pay.
Fine Old New BonrbonntVhiskev 6UARD FOB.D VEST CHAINS.
Brandy, Whiskey, .
Rectified and Common Whukey Champagne Including a Urge colored Map of the seat of War. LOCKETS BRACELETS, PERFUMERY, LUBINS' AND will observe that joining this Association, they Mr.n. avails himself(this opportunity. *-

: Madeira and Port Wines Schnapps, &c.f AUo, a beautiful Chad, drawn l by an Artist CIATELAIXS., ", KEYS, SEALS, OTHER) EXTR\CS, FANCY JEWEl.SOAPS, reteite the Magazine And fret Ticket in Ute annual der his sincere thanks to the eituew of this pcs
eight mouths in the Crimea. DIAMON RINGS, REGARD Do. CASES distribution, all at the same price they now and its vicinity for the liberal ptironiige hilatrte

FANCY GOODS. a complete and reliable History of the an atrocious murder was eommit THIMBLES, SLEEVE ROSEWOOD WORK pay for the Magazine alone. bestowed on him, and he hopes that by a tas.
Perfumery, Soaps, Tooth Nail and Flair Crushes BEING WHEREAS BOXES, PORTABLE illustrated giving full *f
f ; from its commencement to its close.- I body of William AND Beautifully Catalogues mination to please be will merit cootisi***
fr .' DrtB&iflg Combs, Looking-Glasses, Ac. All the accounts being from eye witnesses adplrticiUIt County of Marion in this State on the night of COLLOt, BUTOXS., WRITIFG DESKS o'"n'' description tent free on supplication. their confidence and patronage. [July.14-ly

The above winch enumerates but eampnrntrrery in the scenes described. lcrlons.eu- the first of March, ult.. by some person unknown. BROOCHES, EAR RINGS, .RETICULES, FANS, C ... For Membership, address.C. .

.t few articles of our present Stock tre offer to 82,0 Fecoho a sample copy and morocco Now, therefore, that the ends of justice may L GOLD SPECTACLES, E GLASSES BRUSHES CHILDREN'S', THERMOMETERS L. DERBY, Actuary C. .\.A.At lltagnolia ijottt '

attract: the attention of the Public tiiuting thai, subscription bk. postage prepaid, subserved, and the guilty party brought lo eD PLAIN AND E\ RINGXS, TOYS either of the principal offices.- ;

C '' those who may be induced to call upon uiby it'1'111. by ourselves, with a containing Cul particulars digit punishment: Know ye that I, James E. LOOPS. SCARF PIX, with TE' DELL: "Knickerbacker Magazine, 343 Broadway, NewY ST. ACOSTI.SE. E.Y.
the I Florida do hereby ClILDPEX'S .e. Together Vrio too numerous Or Western Oihce 16G Water streets anduky, I IC
I. have no reason to regret some. of the terms with agents which 1rooms, Governor of the State ,
April26 BURTON & CR1AVES.U having been in the publinbing verylil.era. I offer the RCWABD of 9300 fur the apprehension SILVER: ARE.to mention. ). oc23: This establishment has been

Haven the past 15 years, too inott satisfactory of said person, upon evidence snffkicut to lead COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT N. B.-CLOCKS,WATCHES, and JEWELRY, : renovated daring the past Werner ;

reference will always be given when desired' to his conviction.In FORKS.TABLE.DESSEKT AND TEA SPOONS thorouqlJy repaired and war anted, at the thorte -painted throughout,cleaned,* ,aad iin I
:fe': ,ltttchaltt Ciotcl) Address H. MANSFIELD, Publisher, testimony whereof, I bate hereunto SUGAR SCOOPS SALT AND MUSTARD Do, 't notice. ltf TERMS CASH. [oct28-ly Rich Cameo ready CorF.UIILlES

.- .. .,. may 3 134 Turk mutrect New la'eD. Conn set my hand and caused to be affixed I INVALIDS TBAKSIESTBOARDEKS ;
it ., 4'. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. --_. the Seal Qfb'e Staso of Florida. Done ---i AND MOSNIC JEWELRY.THE 4r. I'
4 (SEAL] at tbe in tbe City ofTalahas Jacksonville Foundry Apo'thcc ElnU I ,
I -' Tnt! HOTEL now open fur the reception of T.ABOu see,this lyth day of May 186. > .tit ASb.i1 subscriber having just returned from For the future Mr*. Tboropsoa *h ly jew I*
( I' 'the undersign flatters himselff JAMES ANPMACIlINE : New York with a large and beautiful variety I ling every qualification and the advantage eflM{
( a tbat be bas the ability and disposition to afford to WANTED E.DROOME. Tea Depository: of experience will hare the lupetwtoodaaee. Tie 1
I. jt bis the best accommodations, and WOKS. fawn mader :
j. patrons 'ery ivlicit eontinnnnce 4 part
i the .Uic who will seventy-five ((75)) per day By the Governor Atust- flemnoveil( to the New Store In Holmes Silver-Ware & Fancy subscriber a &
will guarantee to travelling p may WE pay cent Jewelry the *Brtiot,* ;
management every
F. L.
and board without HE Subscribers havin& made sxteiuive and Building, opposite Dr. Baldwin's0111cc
( patronize his House, tho best fsro that can bo furnished ,or one dular per ? bostera.wfll W. :
of the
1 May 24-lm. Secretary of State. in their establishment Jacksonville. Goods the assistance present '
4 ;v a In th.city. The Merchants Hotel is now boar for laborers to the FLORIDA, valuable improvements satiafaUion. The bwu .dew- !
,. open under his management and supervision, and I and GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD. Seeds Seeds M Seeds III are now prepared to furnish TT7IIERE is kept constantly on band a large andVV re"pectful1.f invites the public to an examinationof to give situated the .
t. be hopes by strict attention business and mode I'ayment t be made at tbo end of every thirty Steam Engines, of any required power from well selected assortment of bis stock, comprising as it does, some of the bly and X.mN' illtll !
1 4 rate charges to merit liberal share of the public days. Work to commence on the frt day of TUST received a choice supply of Garden Seeds, 1 to 100 hor!es ; DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, richest and most fashionable styles of Cameo, Mosaic Room Airy dean
March cert J all of the Last Crop and warranted Saw Mills; received the furnitheil hantlo ntll. Xt&bguonlinf i
patronage, JOHN EOZEMAN g. Always by latest arrival,warranted Lava and Scroll Jewelry in great variety
fob 9-tf Proprietor. >. J. MILLER A CO. Beans in variety Beets do, Cabbage Sugar Mills; fresh and genuine. Also Also Silver-Ware and Fancy Goods, suitable for J
Office "J East } do, Cauliflower do, Celery, Corn in vri"ty. Horse Powers which widen akolit 'loriJa" ; : Perfumery, Combs, Brushes, holiday and otber presents,which will be sold cheapforcasb. Being entirely built of wood,
do Plant Leek Tomato in variety Soaps,
Cucumbers **
Egg ,
Grid Mills, I "Vy*"
I./ t.I: ... 5dJwatl) 0 lijotd 18:6lFor Lettuce in variety, Mellon do, Onion Seeds and all other machinery used in this country. Lamp, Burning Fluid &e., [novU-if] GEO. FLAGG. from Door.dampness., with Fireplaces The room, awl COD Win* l. win'* !;
1. do Mustard Seeds Okra l> which ill be sold low for h. .
SALE OK KENT. parselyt aunipII'eI( Iron and Ilrais Castings.ITIT" ea opening tbroogh to the Piaiia and.alfcrt a :
.1 AIKEK S. C.THIS iu variety, Rai.hd,, Pepper, Steamboat Saw Mill and other repairing Country orders solicited and punctually attended rot of 300 feet, and p ett &II !

rt Ii favorite resort for Invalids Is rtfll visited A COMMODIOUS and desirable huse. plea variety. Arltllie and Sweet llerbs at short notiee.W to. Physicians'prescriptions put up with care anddespatch. PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, &C. lightful house from promenade rain, cold winds, *c-, and(al S. i
I I InU1.itolted on toe We nfhl do,Flower Seeds d&, from will be at all. !
All machinery purchased us confinement
the pr
.: many, especially Spring and Win- built and well Savannah &Charleston steamship Lln s. ligbtfiil RITKKAT from
,. I town, substantially ev. At Apothecary Hall, of the State TEAS. It a eta
I proprietor baa associated with him aI put in operation in any part by ot tbe The House ialitaat"
,1 ry part containing eUvcn rooms, a good well of Jacksonville, Fla.imOKCRACE. when desired Agent for the New York Pekin Tea PASSAGE year. frees inoise If
Northern gentleman and having improved the Ilarcb.2Z-3t competent machinists, and upon Company.Tea CABIN S20-STEERAGES8. position, facing the South and yelled :.
in the and all
water oat
yard buildings,
I t I. Table and the House generally they trust that and suitable for a private necessary Boarding is offered GENERAL reasonable tcrml.Drawmgl of direct importation, and of 34 varieties from Ibe well-known first class Steamships */ II contains 45 rooms, andeoBvtweaBeiin |
these inducements, together with their united efforts 10Ue. and Estimates fnrninmed, without a 1-4 to 1 Ib. In a package all warranted and at a4 for ccommodaUon camx*hI OfT'siMy
for sale or rut.by undersigned is now prepared to serve tbe KEYSTONE STATE general,
$4t to please their p.t.ron."iU induce many tovisit th year TIE : charge. MOONEY A GOOKIN.I extremely prices.KTCouutry
Liken this Spring. The atmosphere of Aiken terms.For further this! office. at large in his line of bu.iDel. I July 8-tI .Founders and Machinists. Dealers supplied,by ordering CAPT. It. IURPIE, object in adverting tbe.li'*
apP'1at will attend to the of Lands the
particulars Negroes with
accompanied Cash.
e .. is M well known for its pnrenew and dryness, that October .1. other effects 1&in his Letters STATE UK GEORGIA, Hake known to my Wend that
'j tt wmU be Melees to comment on it, any placed ehrp. k FOUNDS IRON WORKS GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, Ac, future will give satisfaction a* repreisI4"-
addressed for
;l' I*. BILLIARD TABLES and BOWLING infor.tio. ,'i b promptly re alto CAPT. J. J. C1RVI.V, lolieit a triaL
; J. Holmes to. His b this State. K. W MGGS Jb Co., J.a always kept on band. charge will be made. I .n1. '
> 8 LOOKS the Hotell pled general au.iata c, -B. (-
near ,
Baggies, Carnagessnd iy9-tf -T. MCMILLAN.
Jaritontille Fla.
'J, other., render unnecessary append re ___ Win hereafter form WEEKLY LINE PHILADELPHIA
I .' aaddle Hones can be proecred nh8-3m without any 100 n'o.'Z Street N. T. ferences. I BENJAMIN t HOPKINS A fiE now prepared to execute promptly orden Dying and Renovating jEstab- sailing EVERY SATURDAY. alternately fit.AigMtme.Pee. I-3m__ -

,. l dinoalty._ TT71LL paypartcular] attention to salesoVelVV Jacksonville, SepL 22th, for Steam Engines, Saw Milli-, Sugar lUlU from SAVANNAH and C1IARLIS- D
; =.. } ::: -ENGLISH AND ClASSICAL low Vine Lumber Lire Oak and 185I.WANTED and Pans, Grist Mills, Horse Powers Iron and lishment. TON as follows: Cariage & Harness positOryiAT

,'. other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE and Brass Casting, and every variety Machinery. 73 York street, rear of the Court House The Keystone State will sail from Savannah the
.: \ SCHOOL. to order for purehaeinr MERCHANDISE. or Two Hundred Negroes to work M the Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work Saw Mill& SAVANNA GEO. following Saturdays-April 12th aad 26th,'May jffliA fcx THE WmTE: nOWlt of
TiObT *
7-U ONE Steamboat, and other repairing. 1. 10th and 24th, June 7th and 21st Leaving Philadelphia g South-West Corner
--- ", .." .' ." TITE undersigned would respectfully in'nfl Yr will be* Rail-Road, for to whom the highest They will continue the manufacture and keep [Established 1832.1] the alternate Saturdays.. ME: TINa and WE3TWORTH StXT..;

the : 'Jacksonville and NOTICE. wage. JOSEPH paid. Apply} Jacksonville constantly on bond,their variety of Plows, Timber TirE SUBSCRIBER greatful to hu Patrons The State of Georgia will sail from Charlestonthe t1larlutUl C.CARIIIAIEs '
Le sept 'U'GAN. Carts Chains Jtc., to which they respectfully friends for their continued favors,would I tfI.1e9-
surrounding community that will re-open his COLE Mills. 12] following Saturdays-April 5th and 19th, : ef every description a
8 WEEK after tl. publication I shall ap or A.l Orange vite patronage. July 8lyTUMTICE'S wile,that he is now prepared to Clean, or Dye all KMd tJtIf
oolIorthslastructionofyouthinMlthebrsn.she. SIX 2>-tfPERSONS May 3.1, 17th and 31st, Jane 14lb amd 28th- prices always oahand, And 110*rtIeI]*
1 .of k Probate of the Con tty colors on Silk and Woolen Dresses, Shawls, Ac. tarn,.,
': thorough English and Clauieal education COUnT iron Leaving Philadelphia alternate Saturdays.;! such as can be wirrwrtW Ul lbs MJMj
Letters JACKHON-
of Alacbna for of
th.Estate which be
Tuesday first of Thank. on WISHING TO trusts will generally please all,who 3f.U.NATBAY
day MAKE
January Dez J may In strength speed and accommodations these Jalv 8f : ; .
of Noah P. VILLE DISTRICT will, In future be heldon favor him with
4. i ftil for tIme liberal deleo. patronage. Ladies' white
very bestowed bis SUg. do the subscriber -
- patronage on CD so by calling on ships are fully equal to any running on the coast.
the first fonda.lnstead of the third
.1foriI4arlDg the short time he baa been engaged CLEGG. and paying up their and whichare Mondaysof Crape Shawls cleaned and bleached in the very Inland navigation 100 miles on Delaware River Dental Notice. .
12 1855. De aunt each and month. Those interested
as itscberln this commumify be hopes, by strict NnT&lie. May myl7-6w due to Samuel Dakwo they are not every will bent manner or dyed any color that maybe re- and Bay;'two night at sea. rxr'W.S.3OSTWItTh w .

atteatio to business and the exertion of every ef. paid by the net rtuna will be put I please take Dotice.JNO... quired. Ladies' Bonnets bleached, dyed and Agents at Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN, ly inform the ciUsens of J..JOCItUl.; lita ".
fo for tbe moral and intellectual advancement 5 LIVERY ST.ULE.fllIIE suit Settle to JNO. W. PRICE i. W..PRICE C 5 J",IcelO f. w pressed In the most fashionable styles. Agent at Savannah, C. A.GREIN ElI. nity havingopenedauoffice in theGaireryVoa PaP"
I merit a continuance o IP. 1356-Im .. Gentlemen' garments cleaned, dyed or renovated Forsyth atreet;wOI altead to
pnpil.. o thlll. Attorney. F.I. \VIIEATON.P.ac. Agents at Charleston, T.S.t T.ti.BUDD. I al
er with the utmost cnl.nc to those subscriber will keep conJ as may bo required hi the same superior April 2, 1856 ap23tnCENTREL cbea'OHEiTJSTJY;:ta lb. IPOII .ppgOTSd

_ whose patronage be ha aDd bo I Fans at Reduced Prices. Jacksonville, May 10, 1556-1 style which has generally so much pleased hU patrons careful manner. -,...1Km
I hopes be able ene vtantlyon bandsrmpplyc4good fORE and friends. etb destieyed
during the next of acbinr t
t e.tab BUGGIES to lei. Conveyance Subscriber bas now on band a beautiful NOTICE. PY -..aTHE.
Bra THE When sent by Railroad Steamboat
a and school parcel aro or
I..h C praae k.a part of the country. Horses boarded l by the of Fashionable FANS which be U be STAGE -I-----
point of any made to his Honor tho *, word should be pent,him by letter through
b discipline, .
_ I I;. I wit t D in the State j and a* the object ingle feed, day week or month. Ky moderateebarges selling at Reduced Prices. APPLICATION Circuit Court for the Eastern the Pout-Office,so that be may know where to call LINE. ."

JL Ii to mae! ,ioi.Ponnanent one,be a personal attention be hojuei| to gain a .May 17th. 1856 OEO. FLAGG. Circuit of Florida after the usual time of notice for them. AU orders front Jacksonville, ..., lmllfIs
: tally aW of tbo rep. liberal tb. of patronage. Stable on Adauis-at.. FROST & ; according to law, for permii&ion to sell certain can be handed In to Mrs. Harknesa, Millaner, 'RlT fiT
t ,ted ea.e aDdlpr, effecting so d,. in th wet part of I ho town. He aim bas lots for lOUL1'El lands, situated in Nanan and St.Johns Counties, f Adams street, third house west from Ocean street FROM and FLEMINGTON to OCA-, Tt$".
irable an object and to the Immo\ie.vf Wagoners and DroPvers.MEREDITH General belonging to the Estate of Peter PODS, deceased July 21-ly ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. DOW open for th"aooommOl it
bet llcrchant LA the United Stata.Mail .
t cmuniy. KARSOK. semi-weekly carrying whO 1D4 b*' :
-p Regularity in 1"1-11 for the use of bis heirs laUd creditors nfsaiM estate. particularly bfalidla
,! bEIng neJ lOt ate Street and connecting with TALLAHAS3E1 '
,.oUal Salamander Lightning J4'will
eeeeas#,u UM ma110-U' JOHN M. PONS the comforti that thi*country :' 01"-
C J1; J hi studies, proper anaet be (te purl Notice mthdrawal of Land In Florida WILL pay strict and prompt attention to sale Jacksonville April &Q, '66. Admin ltrator. CO DUCTOU ant JACKSONVILLE STAGES at ALLIGATOR be furnished with tbchl.lil41" .
D deadia LUMBER, T COTTON and ,and with TAMPA and r LATKA STAGES will heto
mae attoatloafutur
; U except b ce protracted and Alabama. i her Southern l'muc. MDE IrOn lULE.M These art the only Permanently Safe at OCA LA. ; season, whilst anremiUlog eron JS1 d'orU.

The school Willie continued b the some build- oct7 OLIVER FROST. TII.AT VALUABLE PORTABLE SAW1MILL. LIGHTENING RODS The owners announce that they are running. pleaaeI aucc.nmzght ,
4 S lr, (CMr.Swa' a-rw) ol'piUw. ROYAL BOULTER. of at.out20 horse power now situated yet invented. and will continue to run,comfortable Stages on ,. Chuges- JDOtf.ISAAC stat'GAW.Mil
,.j y C. tud" on the Plank Road three miles from town. THE insulation perfect and not subject to this line for the accommodation of Panenrer n.naatadu .
., sad tea dolan per the act uAo act South
,'I3T Ta plale mthl1 rN pursuance o entUe,1 grant PARAM MOODY, .' Tbe article speaks for itself, and thoseinterested Agents at Alligator
lag pbhic in theStates THE undersigned now making a
T. alterate to I f.WS-tf E.N.
lnd. .ecin WILLIAMSftonst .
nrllupr.l in the of their J. SCARBOROUGH NOTICE.ALL
1. J. \ CAKE of to ,. ior article of ;, "tbe fecnrty bouse will satisfy "
ao.vI1l.bec.22d.I85S. l.ick
of an4 Alabama Mid States, Brick which will sell at the following themselves by culling oa Mr. A.)!. REED, Agent a' N.wuanlfi1"., havhj elaimJ,'..
I ceran ap Churh of Jabksonville Fla, or Mr. WALTER KIPP JOHN LEA. perswu any
17tb TI
1856 all the Sip ef Redden -
proved lying prices Estate
''NEW HOTEL. fifteen miles on each sido c
'. MAESHALHOUSE a brach named in sail I svut, to wit t_ SECOND I .. .r. 700Tuntu aDdORNAJIENTAL East Florida. them properly authentIcated aceordial,.air.

'' }'r'' S' Jvhn' river, at Jacksonville' the I ., .' I 0" I PAINTING. DWYER \UGDINDAUGU. A Rare Chance Offered within Iwo yean from the elate .reoI.-
waters Escambla bay near Pewaoolat from Weu, BBICKS, -. ."*... .- 100". ". TIlE subscriber,belngnow permanently located, I3TCAUTION ODe U authorized to use [ notice will be plead la bar of the paymeat .
tt.VANNAI. Clio.. Amelia lUand the He will for delivery and when our patterns in Bait Florida,but our above namedAgent. said # ** ua
the citizen
on Atati to the waten of charge awn his services to of Jackson Blacksmith anH.WheelwrightrpHE And all penooa Indebted to
.s rlHS". sad bn'Dlare and Improved Tamp bay with a bnmo t Key 0 the within the PIlLDluua. ooe dollar per thousand- vllls, la the above branches, and solicit a share (mb3-I,) D. A A. quested to Immediate papa*****

j' .w"l first IIoui fl Meic.(except Tampa bar portion and one I cents per thousand for a : of patronage. JAMFS HARKNESS.3f 'subscriber offers for sale, his shop sod MARTlU jS '

? .1',M<*' ft a. la al, I. lath of .JUDdi with the Cedar Key branch;) greater distance. The Brick. are made of excel I N. B.Gilding ;Graining, Broniing, Ac. HARPEFt'MAGAZINE JL Lot 105 feet square, eonveniency. situated] to April 2S. 18556.Ad1II_
tsr -' .p.JULPU MELDRIU and front Florida,to Montgomery,Ala. lent matrial. are :dried under:enr, and are executed with neatness and dispatch. the depot and business generally. Can be par -
barns, have from this office quality that are ApriL28ly.June Fraser & ThompSOn,
:-3i bln.trliO been bettr' }any chased with or without tool,oa good terms P
- I, I'_ _ ._ Pwprleto_ suspended from tale and location, until further' being imported. 14-31 Jacksonville his P.8. Has on band 1 ,Buggy waggon 1 Cart, \t'TO i
j .- JLANU:irARKANTH.HE orders. i itorders left with Messrs..nartrlJce ATimanns and 4 Pair wheel complaIn also a-lot of"waggon COMMISSION MERCHANTS.Adcir'
I 4 UNDERSIGNED will CASH Glnl uuJor my hand, at the neooral Land of. who are ny Agents, will be promptly. ,;>, NOTICE. and Buggy springs, also s quantity of ready mad .
I WABItR.tTS.- pay for 1ce at Washington, this twenty-thlrd day of May attended to. -, ) LEDWITU will act as my a rent during Jot 1u1U. work suitable tar Farmers and Timber pliers, *.North Jf"lmf
I. 1HOS A.1IBNDRICK8. JOS. t'V my absence. THOS..LE J1tH. low can sad Cbarlcstosj 8.C.
JKO. M. L.CrMI all of which eaa be bought very see. t1,1301
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q ArI7-6 Commissioner April May AT THE LOOKSIORE.iz May ;|-1 J AS. A-FARMER raci>< .. piasna I




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