The Florida news
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 Material Information
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 26, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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11 Livingston, DCMOCRATIC PLATFORM IXFULL. has saved the American people from the I construction, should be applied with I 6 ed by the proper officer in a sum, double i

fClIX LAW NO.3Woslington c-onupt and tyrannical dominion of the I unbinding rapidity. j I the Talue of the property replevied !

AtTORNEY AT We pivo nt length the"P1atr.nn"aI'pt- flank of the United States, and from a corrupting -I Thirdly-Iiesolred, That the great highway i which valne shall be. fixed by the officer, I

II IITt1'IF..rJ: Dridt r..uildwg 3 3I Starts ed hy the Cincinnati Convention. The resolutions j system of general Internal Im : which nature as well as the assent of; '
for the
1)) tO sCkFoulle, E. F., I ) of the llaltimore Con\'ention'l provements.Resolred.. the State most immediate-! interested in I 1 old rig execution conditioned <

l't'll from tbC 1'L<'f'fi I iitret.1IDIe4 I which nre renffinned are ns folluws : I That the democratic party I its maintenance has marked out for the taforth coming of the property replevied

I IIA 1 jG re the rl1&tt.-e"uil, in1 t.c 1.11.in the. In uprcmeC.tSI all the 1 1II. I No. 3 3 Sammis'; Illock, ay-gt.,1 Kcsolrcd That the Amencnn Dcmocracj | will faithfully abide by and uphold the I free communication between the Atlantic I "on a ay of sale to be designated in said I I I

..-tbe 1em I ui I'in the United 'tt.P Jacksonville place their trust in the intelligence. tie! principles laid down in the Kentucky and and the Pacific Oceans, constitutes one of bond," and it was under this provision of I

! ( JackJOD\'t ill,r':..utine. 1Iann: during,1iccIidDCY I Florida. I patriotism nntl the discriminating justiceof Virginia resolutions of 1792 and 1798. and : the most important achievements to be i iI I the act that the Marshal permitted the
1111ietCorniM l'r..Iate" utIil"f', 1II'q\llrt'd Cfln- in the report of Madison to the Virginia i I realized by the spirit of moderation. in the
the people. !I I of
pith aU matter relating to | Legislature in 179'J-that it adopts those i i unconquerable energy of our people, and property in question to be replevied out ; t
this distinctive
1iJrity Resolved That we regard ns a -
I'IJGlmun, .nd clet"t'"d pcncDP Iflid, Ad.iud New SpringSummerGoods I feature of our creed which we are principles as constituting one of the main' that recult should be secured by a timely I, his possession. Thii Latis wholly powerless ,
: tbsIttiWDtO1' SItV UtZtC lY rri-e
0.iThto1l, I Lurinl.,& my' \a'thatlillo.i I will alpo' ANDT1IE I great moral element in 1r.rm of govern- resolved to carry them out on their V obvious have a right to claim over it. And no I i of an execution i issuing out of this
kana tiud to lit! IItber meaning and import i ilhat power ou earth should be suffered to lIlI -
I\nty: I.aud n.cnt Fprngirf: Ironi and nphcld l> a of the United .
y popular Court. The constitution
.PrIJlilOUI frdl'ral GII'eruweut, .ntrusted ill contrast it with the I in view of the cond'tion of the pede or clog its progress by any intcrfercncc -:I I
v jlilt we
apiDr-t I I ; I suit States and the subsequent Laws of Congress : .
with relations
the it
p' lllptnf'l't.UII".1111 creed and practice of Federalism, under popular institutions in Old World a may our policy I>i

1I"mh whatever name or f.rtn.Tbich seeks to j!. high -and sacred duty is involved with increased I to establish with the government of the confer upon the Federal Courts the :!

CALL & FLEllING,1t sri ( ,' pal.y the vote of the constituent, and I responsibility; upon the Democracy I States within whose dominion it he; and :'! i power to adobt raedies both at common !
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flhJtlbtvejustr.e.ci.pda I; of the I we can under circumstances surrender
r-f'n-j' this country as of the peopleto no ,
I : -irtipent rf 1'ItY' GO<,I) at which c, rcoivcs no imposture too monO jarty '' Law. and in equity, and means for their
\ I .tore which. TOR (.\*I I fr, 1:}huh! and maintain the rights of every ;I our preponderance in the adjustment of allquestions I Ienforcement
thrr will tt'.l as chear. -trous thepopular credulity.J'.esftlred. be limited I
I which not to or
t jatu are
ttOtflfl5C' of it.
|, at any other House in (lie country. They have therefure. That entertaining |i State. ang thereby the union of the States | arising out

l i -i"pted the ,! mlJ1l1'roJi'QnJqui/ I tl.'f'e' views, the democratic party of the j -and to sustain and advance among them I Fourthly-Itesolce-l, That in view of so I defeated, by the fluctuating practice of the

Florida. j I, 1'tturnt" nnd invite the Attention of the 1'uU'u. Union their delegates acscuihled I constitutional liberty, by continuing to resist commanding in interest the ptople of the I I State Courts, but to be administered according :
'Jacksonville' to an' U aminitt ion e1 theh'tock l oforo jiurchat'rcrloenlirrc. through I' all monopolies and exclusive | United States cannot but sympathise with
IJOHN in general convention of the States, convening to the of common Law
III it will lie found (he with I principles
I the efforts hich made the I
w being by
US:6 for the benefit of the fer, at the expense -j are
)1a': tnaiij Uher ailklrs I too nuiueron; to mention: together, in a Kpirit concord of1evotn and equity,established and fixed as rules of ,
of Centralrnt"rica to
w. PRICE to the doctrine and laith of a. of the many, and by vigilant and : people regenerate i I ( V
DRY joons. II and constant adherence to those principles, and i I that portion of the Continent which covers i decision by the Federal Courts for their | 1
Cuunccllorat Law, I Prints, (jinllli1t1", five representative government, npjaling the the oceanic Isthmus.i j I
& ( of the Constitution across
compromises -which : astage I
Attorney Jackur.ctE. \ Grenadines 1 to their fellow citizins for the rec- government. It is with this ;
I i That the Democrats'-
broad and ftltlv-Re.olrerl.
& are enough strong enough to
JiCi'iOSILl.: tituae of their intentions renew and reassert the Courts of the
of the of
..tcrnCircuU,(C Tier.Ida. Dot nice Silk. Illusion, will from the next Aduiinisi organization
in.we American embrace andupholJ the Union as it I ia, and j party expect
the declarations
before the
,1t.IL,\ prarti'I.,uJ the CfllWUllI of Cbullou and Cuu4oIeI" Ij\vn, Mun; of avowed people by them-I the Union as it should be-in the full expansion i tration every proper effort tn be made to United States, that the Supreme Court has
11t'CI5-ly : principles ,
Cm vats. Hosier eral of the energies: and cnl'acitof : in-ure our ascendancy in the Gulf of Mexico in repeated adjudications similar questions -

15'\\.C S\r.\ltT, Cirne-s; Skirtfl, I Otn l.tll'l: vi hen,ou. they former presented occasions,their in gel candidates contention this great and progressive eople. I, and maintain a permanent protection declared: that it would be ananomaly
Ticking, of the great outlets through which are
Mn!niuto Xcts, IiLboCF Braid', fur the popular suU'ragea. The following arc the supplementary resolutions I emptied into its waters the products raised. to confer upon any court jurisdiction with-

c-\ttorncn at Law, Whale Done, I Hooks and KVCF, 1. That the federal government is one of in relation to the Kan'a -Xe- on the soil, and the commodities created by out the power to execute its judgment.

Chcrks.Ilaitpis. Linens, liberal powers, derived! solely! from the braska question, and the foreign policy of I' the industry of the people of our Western That the Court is nothing without its J
iLLE.l:. fI.1.1 ..\. I Constitution, nnd the grants of power
JACK50 firo De TUne Silks Cuba
and the at large.
the "
Iy : be government.And "process. To leave this dependant upon
J made therein ought to strictly construed ,
Cambric. llobinets
all the and Whereas. Since; the foregoing; declaration -I I 1 would be to leave the
by departments : agents --------------- ---- state legislation
Smith & flridjrt1X1VvoItNiv [ IlcI.ninc.'I, I Crape, that it is was uniformly adopted by our .
jHol Cotton, Coru's.liloachcd. of the government; and inexpedient predecessors In the flistrietcourt ottbe United State administration of Justice in the Federal
AT LAVr ln! t and dangerous-to exercite daubt- in National Conventions an adverse >crtberu District of Florida. of the States. That :
xvn Skcctixg, Sbectng.Lripvs Conrts at the mercy
political and religious test has l been
\ -, -: '1 L &.1'f, -7: ZJ ])rllls.I c-n"tilutionnll'owcrF. NCWBOLD & HCBSEL the Courts of the United Seates hare V
; : 2.; That the constitution does not confer I secretly organized by a party claiming to ,
i JJli oJ.r and Nn"1luui11r, ?7a. Staving. WcWmpr.Men's the t"nernllo\'f'rnrJcJ1t the power to be exclusively .Americans and it is proper rs 1 made rules for regulating the practice.-
tD..u nefl utrute" Edging: i In crtJr.j: ;, Shirts) upn I that the American Dt.'mucracshnu1.l cl D. P. F. NEWSOJT.
urly -
Msttm a of
TILL atl.tDd rolUptly I commence and carry on a general But in no case have changes in any !
Liucu Cambric llamlkcrcliicf*, &c ic. of internal! ?. t define its relation thereto: In of the of the .
Pal r.r.A 1I",1!. improvement thcn.r.'l'e'j the matter application these particulars been introduced into
,.alT,fll'1l, I ICit&t 3. That tIe constitution does not conrerauthority !| Ilwolced, That the I
eWiaflViil.11cQueefl lOOTS AND SIIOE.IJidieS' I
Oncc a.l % the above entitled make I '
t .Uior, the federal government 'union (.f States having: been laid in is plantiiFin cause to I. the Courts of the Union, either by the ; .

U!1-11 Black Colored Silk Ties.Congress tjaitcrs. directly or upon indirectly, to assume the debts I! ''rity. exJan5rm :and pre-emir.ent example j| absolute! the rule i.isi against the Marshal "legislation of the states or the rules of the ![ \

( )lclntohsfTHH Fine English: Kid Slippers of Ihef-eteralStateP, contracted for local 1 ill free government built upon entire |I of the Unite States fur the Northern j(I State Conrts." It has been contendedthat

\T)* AT LAW, U -'rewh" internal improvement" 01 other State purposes freedom in matters of religious concern, i j i District of Florida. the 34 sec. of the judiciary act 1789, ,:

A'IJOll\"i11e. E. F. (I "Goa.t Hn"kiul ; nor would such assumption be just and rank' no respect of of birth ICrmuiS in regard to I h It appear by the record that the plain- requires this Court to conform ita practiceto |: }
U Ie or place nparty can juMly I V
-10tEnrem. 1 'UA', W. JtU'itSG Kid or expedient. be deemed national constitutional in | tHIs on the irist day cf May \. IL 1835.ued the of theStatute Florida \
sl u u Kid TiesEcntntled 4. That justice and sound polcy: forbid 1 requirements
mBUICTi' Ji ItU" %C. i accordance with American principles which out their execution against the defendant? section of
U Roots: the federal govei ntntnt to foster one branch I regulating executions. That
ATTORNEYS: AT LAW, Misers' Vu cHli Roots, of industry to the detriment; of any other, 1 I lars: '.; e.xciUsivt o1"mi7.atilJJ1In, rt:1i-1 I upon a judgment recovered in this Court, the Judiciary act o J17S9 is in these words. !

A liovn; Sh cs, or to cherish the interests of one portionto gi iUUh ";1': nons and accidental; birth and on the ncond day (If May, of the '.That the Laws of the several States n- [I ; I
Claims the of another portion of our I Tl .a v.e reiterate with renewed energy !
for Men's Fine Hot!, injury the said excc:1tilnTali levied
Agents common country'j; that every citizen and of purpose the well cn.d..red: declarations i i same year c cept where the constitution treaties or .
4 .o 'tnsTU criu: :; Sht.l, of ".,rmer conventions the sectional: !1 upon certain personal property as appearsby
u Kip Brt'ans every section of the county has a right to I upon Statutes of the United States shall other-
vcitTT4)N CITY. i i"ne of domestic slavery and concei niug [ t'.ie! Jlar.-hals. endorsed the
\ i 4 SIin rs, demand and insist upon an equality of! : return upon "wise or provide shall be regard- ;
require ,
ItTILL;:ctioe: liefmt the Court of Claims, and U Enameled and Fincy Shoes rights and privileges, and a complete and the reserved rights of the States; and thai I execution the same being all of the jtrson- cd rules of decision in trials at com-
Oragrcea mid tlieji we more distinctly meet the issue on as
"\\ prwunto Chlll11lllef"re ample protection of i rsons and propertyfrom may defendant r
Cloth Jaiters al of the to
I subject
IIepIrthltatL. domestic uvlence and foreign; aggrcs"sion. which a sectional party, subsisting (XCIUV I 'm'n Law in the Courts of the United

I I.lting Conprcss Gliel. i \ sively on slavery agitation, now relies to i ececutioThe return fail! to show that .* States in cases where they-npply." But

rTfRECt: Youth' Letlier.' tipped V 5. That is the duty of every branch of test the fidelity of the people, North and :, any farther proceeding wa had. The I' it is manifest that this section of the
.j.jioCTotr. s slivu, I Ilrofrans. South t't time Constitution and the Union. very
A C MAI*'MX, II. T.B call JJrogan*. the Government to e-nfmce and practice Kcjsulccd. That fellow :np with [ plaintiff obtained a rule against the Mar- judiciary act has no application to the case I

...mLu.ouT, I I', 6.6.Huo..L.. C. OABHU, Florida Chn! :rns' Shoes a large Stock, Lc.. .ic.. the public most afiiiii rigid*, and economy that in no conducting note revenue our j i, and d -lrll1g the co-oj-eration claiming of" all uho 1 frhal to show cause, why he should not at bar. In U. S. TS Wonson 1st galL 5 it 1: I

erflhtfliE. fnna t'' \"r HATS AND CAPS. ought to be rais-jd than i is required to defray [ regard tl\e Jresl'n"ationf the Union under i I' proceed to s.Il the property levied upon was held. "The true exposition of this I II : I
fU\.1.k.r,0JIY"III A c xla ortment, comrriKingcf MEXS' I.E- the institution the issue and he hari-ig filed his answer they now I : i' t
,:.. I.tt&irs.J.G .J. A.r lr, 1IOJIX PANAMA, SriiAW, I'AUl the nccc-s.iry expenses of the Go\ : c as paramount I section of the act is that the rights of I

WOOL. and lILT J1AT5 toctc. with Chil- cn.uitnt. and for praihul! but certain ex-i i and repudiating all sectional parties and i move that the rule bo made absolute.i .- I and rules of property as settled in

r r kiutn. '4. LEXAD.1L. drcw' and JJIoomers.j Unction of the publ.c; debt. platforms concerning domestic slavery, !i The Marshal admits the correctness of his persons of '
nat which sick to embroil the States and incite "\thc Statesshall guides to the Courts
B11mTTI.EX. \ IH'H' { has to charter -
SADDLERY. C. That CongreFs no power I
j and armed resistance to law in return and for answer rays that subsequent depending : V
believe such to treason the nitf'd States ia controversies
inGroreri A well selected dock, cultaWe f Jr the demand a ltilnl.lll.U1k; that we 1
\Tloleiak ansi Setiil l> a'.ew i of the an institution one of deadly hostility! to 'I the Territories, and whose avowed purposes I to the levy and before the first 4' before such Courts, as fr instance 1 I i '

Provision' Tobacco, :I if consummated mivt end in civil war Mon in December the defendant 'I
: 1lrllLI AnD".tiiE. the bent inti rest of our country, dangerous ay following :
real estate by
& Liquor, Nail1, &c., RAZORS. 5CZSEOH:?, COFFEE to our iqmU.can institutions and the I and ii Ur..n, the _American democracy recognize I iu execution reptevied the said personal the mode of conveying J
: SCnEXV FILE, J the contained ,; will the right in cases of in-
l'OW11r. and calculated to an a lopt principles deed or by
MILL If the
liberties IIC1I1.le '
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Store with the
At the corntr LEl. 1IHAUJXG 1LMVES, of tl. country within I iu the organic laws establishing the Ternt. property by a compliance re- of the heirs in the descend and distribution '
.. the business e te!taly
jimr.v KVCWJ.YGC.JACKtuXVlLLr. I K :, :and CAHVEUS "place ris of Kansas anNebraika} as eiu'jod j I quirements of the Statute of the State of : !
control of concentrated j-ower. There is doubt
niu.IEs! tIc! a money of estates. no
l-LOJUUA, POOXSrl.1:0IE. \:: the sound and safe solution of 1 Florida the 15th of March.j .
: and! above the laws and will of the peop'c } ing only parsed on day that it would be the duty of this
r-zEP wB!taEtj! on bud full fui.juic* cf f i iiv ?, PEUCCSF10N and that the roulu of Democratic the slavery question upon which the great j i in the year 1814. That between the time V

v-xi' D their lir.t' which tbry are lwa"/i> .I : CAPS, le; i ih'.ation in this and all other financial national idea (f the p-ope! of t this! whole 01 the aforesaid and the first Court to treat with highest respect, the IJO"U

fc ej tcOie*at thc low:t nwri r&e. Then : PLATES, Gorans, I-OCKET KNIVES., which issues have been country can repose in its determined conservatism o replevy decisions of the State Courts upon local
'nun urllbinlj' t \?11. AprU19 ePniXU IALANCE.S NAILS, tUt'a"ur upon of the Union non-interference Monday in December, 'the time at which :
of ; But
made between the two political partes laws forming rules of property.
ELT1S, HOOKS e-TAl'LES, SI'AIES. AXrS, with in States and said be "
hy Congress slavery the personal property was to surrendered -
have demonstrated to practical the 34 I
M'lRIT LEVELS, ll'TCH SI01 the! country, such question n now involved and
basis of the
3LYLER & KNIVES, COTTON CArl) me-n of all parties tI4eir8ouI1dflcS, safety Terntor.es wai to the Marshal as conditioned in i .

LOW, 1JOOK.S Dud GE:, and utility! in all business pursu.ts.; compromises of 1SGO. confirmed by both the replevy bond.) the defendant in execution sec- of the Judiciary act does not in any
ireRTUi> i'' ItALr.J:5 ZNTOV.tGN and in national
the democratic
AUOER.5.SAWS whig parties
WINDOW of the arid practiceof
01'01' 7. That the separation of time moneys manner apply to process
died. Thai the widow of the said
AM) DOMESTIC A i; ES, institutions conventions, ratified by the people in the
Government from banking 11 merely furnishes a
rn.I CARPEN is indi-pent'able for the safety of the election of 1851; anti rightly applied to the I defendant applied to the Judge of Probatein the Courts.
SASH intended to regulate
of territories in Ibo-J that by and is not
CIIISEI,TAP EOREKS, funds of the Government and the rightsof organizatioT ; and for the County of Jefferson in the

GINS & SEG.llS TOOL Ac. Ac.. Also the people. the uniform application of this democratic State of Florida, (the same having been the remedy.
of territoriesand
BUCKETS, BROOMS, embodied principle to the organization
WOOD.W ARE. nch 8 8. That the liberal principles vs Southard.
in which her deceased husband Wyman
Eo.1.kz rftn St Julian and Bryan elretlt PAILS. AXE HELVES, Ac in the Declaratien of Indejiendence the admission of new States, with or County

'fit of Market Square, ROOKS AND STATIONERY.. L.r Jefferson and sanctioned in the Constitution without domestic slavery, as they may I had resided) for her widows share out of 10 Wheaton, 1.

.. A.r :\.jUL GEORGIA. mnk liouks, Fuolr Cap a Letter Paper,Pcncili! which, makes ours the land ot liberty elect the equal rights of all the State will the estate hertad. :: husbandand, there was In the case of U. S. Bank TS lI3Ji ed. 10 I;

?-, School Wafer*.Bovki-!'en fein:'Work, With, and.light llt'eio rcadinj*l : and the asj'linn of the oppressed of every be f preserved the constitutions intact, the maintained original compacts inviolate I'' allotted to her on ,the 7th September, A. Wheaton 51 it was held that the act of Assembly 1 f
JACOB COHEN GROCEP.IES and PROVISIONS.. nation, ha\o ever been faith cardinal and principles attemptto and> the perpetuation and expansion of this D. 1855 according to the Statute of the ofKcntncky which prohibtis the sale

28 nr.f'V\i D STJimiT: A full ojwrtmer.t of Family Orocerie!, llan in the Democratic ; of becoming every citizens Union ensued to its utmost capacity of'i State in such case made and provided, one property taken under executions for less :
Mackerel Potato abridge the privilege
!.irk Lard, Beef, Tongue
cnlnLt TlmLIXA,', Caron i, I'-eaw,, 1'lonr, Bread, Cracker, Ac., Ac. and owners of soil among us ought to embracing in peace and harmony eve-rj I half of the personal estate levied upon and than three fourths of its appraised value I

WINES AND LIQUORS. be resisted witn the same spirit which future American State with that may be constituted form- replevicd at aforesaid. That the one half without the consent of the owner, does ,
TBhtr! mttionctr annexed a republican
( Fine Old Jlrandy, New Whiskey T(orxmn swept the alien and eedition laws from our of of the said personal property was sold according to a Tenditioni exponas" issued -
not apply
Rectified and Common Wh: key. L
Whisker, book.
statu'e to Law and that the other half
iiesolred: That recognize the rightof ,
we District
Ac. CircuitCotfrt for the
A'IIfillBIlliff Madeira end Port Wines, Schnapps, under out of the i
pagne !. That Congress has no power the people of all the Territories, incluimg thereof remains unsold and in the possession
iEff.L1rtI FANCY GOODS. constitution to interfere with or control of Kentucky. Said Justice Thompson, J
: Perfumery, Soap*, Tooth, Nail HIa'.rI2rtuhe ; the the domestic institutions of the several Kansas and Nebraska will of, acting the majority throughthe ol, i of the said widow under a bond conditioned The Judicial power would be incomplete

AID n1.U Cl1I COIUI1SIII01', Dressing Corab, LocVing-iliSfcs, ic. that all such States are the fairly expressed for its firth coming upon demand.It 1-
and the
but comparatively Slater actual t'el.'lentsj and whenever the number u: and entirely inadequate to purposes
L.n&s, Negroes Stocks Bonds, The above which enumerates of ever} thing appertaining is this state of facts that the plaintiffs -
I few fttticle of oar present Stock we offer to sole and proper judges <*f their inhabitants justifies it, to forma upon 4 for which it was intended. if after judg-

.c., &c., &c. attract the attention of the Public, t'tiktitig that to their own affairs; not prohibited constitution, with or without domestic: in execution more for a rule absolute *. could be arrested in its
l'flllrts it progress
I be Induced to call n-by it will, by the constitution; that all the Uniornj ment V
V tradnulI.'elln&de on rrrerty.EQ.PICKEX thove who may njKtn slat ery. arid be admitted into I insisting that the Statute of Florida, authorising -
I others made to induce ;, inrt denied! the lisrht of enforcing satisfac-
have no reason to regret the tIIme of the abolition or with thc ..
terms of perfect equality -- --- -
IT m
CI1AVE.licrcljuut1i !. the of execution under ;
2G interfere questionsof
April Congress to } other States. u tion in any manner which shaH be pre-

J n., -- slavery,or to take incipient eteps in relation which the said property was replevied ia scribed by the Laws of the United States.
LjotC! thereto, are calculated to lead to the Tilt ronnic.v POLICY OF Till COVEBXMCXT.Resolved wholly inoperative to delay the immediate I

,I lUTE TTXNrt. HNCKNEY & CO.,] ) roost alarming and dangerous confluences, finally, That by the conditionof enforcement of an execution issuing out The authority to carry into complete ef-

FACTOR JACKSONVILLE, FL.\ and that all such efforts have an inevitable the popular institntiensof the old world Sl feet, the judgments of the Courts necessarily :
of the of the District Court of the United State,
m HOTEL iii now open for the reception fir tendency to diminish) the happiness and the dangerous tendency of sectional results by implication from the
COMMISSION MElt CIIA1\T, A enitomen. The undenign flatten hinuelf people and endanger the stability and permanency agitation combined with the attempt to That the said property once levied upon u to ordain and establish such

._ XC11'tA. Commercial Wharf, I that be baa the ability and dUpoiition to fur to of the Union, and ought not to enforce civil and religious disabilities under the process of this Court was subject power l I

Cbarlerton. S. C. jy hii patron the very beat accummodationi who, and be countenanced by any friend of our i o- against the right of acquiring citizenshipin to sale after the usual notice, withoutthe i" Conrt." So that the statute of Florida
to the travelling public way the collection ofan '
will guarantee institutions. | is unavailing to protract
that be fur utica land the high and sacred dutyis That the Marshal .
hii Home, the bert fart can our own right of repleTy.
Joseph Whildcn patnmiie it Rctolted, That the foregoing proposition execution i issuing out of the District
niched Iq th.dt1. The MercUanti Hotel now I and intended to embracethe devolved with increased responsibility should have proceeded to sell without delay I ,
dcer 1D open under hi* management and vupervicion, and i covers was the Democratic party of this countryas Court and the stay Law neverhaving been
PaiRts and Glass strict attention to buunex and inodc' whole subject of slavery agitation in upon and and that no portion of the said property
011 be b'pet by the democraticparty the party of the Union, to uphold by the District Court, the Mar-
of the adopted
>eral chare therefore
to merit li > public and
ebarcei, and distribution betweenthe
rate Congress, of slate was subject to
U \VXn-SIHEET maintain the right every ;
JOHN BOZEMAN. the Union standing on this national shal in the discharge of his duty could not ;
I of ,
CAartfjiton S. C. patronage. Vroprietor.1f1)tUatt3' and adhere thereby the union of tho States; ana sustain widow and execution creditors of the |
rttn feb -' will abide by controlled thereby.
j mal !as ortment"t"R platform, constitutional be or
ecaitamlT '> a genera and advance us governed
among But that the of
I of the acts known deceased husband. levy
an,i OILS of all kind5. "AR -I l tt, a faithful execution resist all of the Court t? issue and
URIS.WISlx\\' i.1.ASS and FASHCS SITS.SP1UT 5 JottL 1'I the compromise measures settled by liberty by continuing to monopolies the execution created'a lien which could I to the power
? as for the executions the
ttJ.pEnI E GAS, COTTON FOOTS } i act for reclaiming fugitives and exclusive legislation direct the return of its ,
of the
death of
Ctr1TrLL!; UUE; awl DRLSI1J:5 of MKEX. S. C. I Congt'eehe labor included; which act of the few, at the expense of the roan}'- not be divested by reason seventh section of the act of March 1793 i
bskiI4& [uov25-Iy till runted from service or and the vigilant adhearance to these the def*ndmt. These legal propositionsare
__ HIS favorite retort for Invalids u I designed to carry out an express by "That it shall be lawful for the
in the Spring and Win. kill and the compromises of the constitution the counsel for the delares
principles respondent
T especially with denied
by nsttuti cannot
many ,
(.u from
of the > States
cc United
WILLIAM >i TUN NO, "fbe proprietor baa aJwocUled with him a iiiweion II which are broad and strong several Courts of
BO changed by him that the execution I
the therefore be repealed. or and it is urged
and improved tidelity the Unionas
CUt Xorthero gentleman having enough to embrace and uphold time to time as occasion may require
rincUej 1 Co,) .
,P..a.OTOa. Table aud the llouce generally with,their they united trud tbattheae effort as to destroy or impair the its democratic efficiency.Rctolced party'' it was, and the Union as it is-the Union I'I issuing out of the District Court, is u make rules and orders for tbeir respective'Courts
together That
it shall be in the full expansion of controlled by the Statute of 1844. That
.. to peace their patrons, will iixJoce many to resist all attempts at renewing in Congress as the return of .
will of this directing
IDIISSIO IEItClL\XT .i.it AiUen thii Spriujf. The atmon bere of A ken out of it, the agitation of the the energies and capacities great it was not irregular for the Marshal to accept -

P.: florid u 14 well known for it E porenew and drynoM, that or tinder whatever shape or progressive VI people. the replery.Bond, and that under the "and processes &c. and to regulate f
ana *uUiern Georgia be tuelen to etunment on it, slavery question, the said Courts respectively
ti would Resolred That question con- of the ;
be made. -
PRODUCE LILLIAED TABLES and BOWLING color the attempt may liberal provisions of the Statute of distribution "practice
r"'ll K. B.- Cam.grea the proceeds of the public nected with the foreign policy of the.coun- K such manner as shall be fit and neces.u
Con.n-ci WKarf. Charleston, S.CL, e ALOON6 near tbe hotel Hopjiei Xcsolted, That : lbs widows right to the half of thepersonality in :
-"It} Aa4 511.BaoIU'oet & .GL {6a. 101 naddle JJJrtct can be procured without any land ought to be sacredly.. applied. .to try is inferior 10 no' question claim than and .u for the advancement of Justice ;
tLeiitt. mh 8-3m !in ino "vn.i -.-.:.-' whatever. The time has come for the peop1e is a higher ay
the national object epecmea the end to prevent delay.in
-- to
V and that w. are opposed to any of the United States. to 6VcIar themselves all others. 'especially .
n. s. LAWTON & Co-, J, Holmes, i I tution. distribution of such proceed ui favor of free seas and progressive proceeding* The local.policy of :
law for the The statute of the State of Florida to
pOl.J.UT DER. WL S. LAWTON, alike inexpedient inpolIcy free trade throughout the world. And;by the collection of ;
100 TTVZ Street, N. T. the States, as other State in delaji ng an execution
iI.r,7 tl made with
among has been
I their moral 1 which allusion
: \Formerly ort attention to tales 0 f Y elI to the constitution. sokwn manifestations to place
V 'tlrk Diatr.S C I J*"Umrfll., E.C. 'I V TILL low pay Pine nartjMiUr Lumber Lite Oak and Retolted and repugnant That we are decidedly op- influence by the, tide of their successful enactments prof ides, that sales of property issuing out of her Courts cannot ,:
'CQ Island and Upland Cotton other SOCTIIEUN TIMBER and PRODUCE,.and to taking from the President the I example.. "under execution or other process shall recognised here. If it has hitherto '

to order for pwcbaIin MERCHANDISE nosed which he w ciw- I 'Secunj-IZejotceJ, That our geographical Court to conf ;,
.. and Ricc.,3.ACTOB.S.. "aor qualified Veto power, by with reference t to not be niade except in the months of the practice of this :
and reapontibdi- and political,position
-.w- 14'N V bIed under restrictions 4 February and March: this requirement of State legislation,
OTI& sufficient to guard the public the other States of this continent less December,January, to '

&BOttB.1 ommi..i9ft i )Merchants after this pnUWafion I shall ap- : tics amply to Buepcnd the passage of a bilihoaeuierits than the interest- of onr' ,commerce and the Provided the defendant or'defendants, in has probably'been because ,no '

ATLANTIC WUAEF.CharUstoa SIT IT WEEKS to the Judge of ProbaU of the Cos nty I cannot secure the approvalof development of our growing power, requires "eucat.ion'or other process will before the bas been made. This Court has S

r Ieaior B.c. of Alacbna> for Letter of Administration on the two thirds of the Senate and House of .thai we hold to 'the, sacred principles eale enter into good and sufficient cecuribe rule :authorising such a course, and if i ;
p&rtaer baa beeII ia I.M T.etorg.ib.eat deeeue4. of the involved in the Monroe doctrine no ,
.: B8t ,WSLt7 a.an..eI Eat&le of l\.b 1" SaftI. WILUAX O"CLEGn. RenresentatiYes until judgment thereon and wlichST3W Their bearing and j import admit of no mia t.psyablc to the l'1ainti11'. pj>roT- had, I should feel hesitation, in al ,

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J resolution\ tcble ''now come you'' ,rincing argument. It wsto&, logical we The Know are doing the sum up the record:
From the JLo'isi'ppUu: and EUU $*ie>U it first on the following branch: on the up I 11'IRc..nGLL S(GUT. Nothings ;
*.* PaL ORE'S RECORD. \ lltsolccd: That the Constitution rest i southern slaves, and show jTurelvcs." J ear tobe arprec:1ted. by the bigots to This lVas'tho term used by Mr. Jefferson same> through! their papers and tliQir ,pub- bill 18CG, he advocated and To ,, '

on the broad principle of equality among Yea sir, this was the language applied to 1 diom it was mainly addrcss Nevcrttcles Mr.,Holmes of Maine,who lic speakers. to prevent the transmiu
Ii TAe Record
; ) Know ,Xulln/Cftndidatefor the Presi a division being accordingly ordered regard their constitutional obligations to 1 we venture a thought,that were hall cototifot' the and filled him Jonm.tiona9ialel |aLto Democrat but lie advocated and voted
_ dency.Vrout. the vote thereon rcsrlted aQirmativcly tho South, who are for giving; quiet to the many'who_will rcmembi) his counsel, and of Missouiu-" 'It HJ considered it at onw whispered not a sy.lable agaiiiat fllacl! lie tuonof Arkin a*.

'among the candidates fur the -yeas 180 nays FILLMOUC in: the North on this exciting subject and for think over Virenrqaiet Lomes.- with terror. the Union" He 'deeply Hit.h(:.'. The Black Republicans, in th<+ir lie oppj AIILi denonncej.11
I1l i Presidency, there are two who will receive amnual\ preventing a servile and desolating war. Mt,CALL was followed by Mr. W. W. as the knell he must now die in the belief l I'ittsburContention, ns&tiled the. Democrats the abolition of et.rvery in the Di.ii
1 branch of tins resolution was On all occasions upon this subject, we regretted but said not a 'wurd against the
The scon ( ,
of southern James Buchanan Know candidate for of the generation 1776
the rotes with Mr. rCC.1LL, the Nothing the sacrifice of BLckIlepubl.com In 1S37 ho rotcd for
jI men also agreed to- lit 24"FILLuouc find Mr.FILLMORE voting Thompson hat that their des Know-Suthn wint to the a'd: Mr.
jeaj nays anti
the candidate of the Democracy, and in the negative.Mr. of South Carolina, moved a suspension Elector, who seemed to have got op steam is to be t.1ro'away, and assisted them in elect; n; solutions, whch! embraced s

)I -] Fillmorc: the noiu'nec; of the southern Randolph called for a division at of the rules to cnabtt :l.im; to offer the almost to the point of cullapscing Hew, cendants should commit, from this not act justly"apprecu'jfzuicide on their! fi-ndidile for the United Mate Sonam cunclusue i and direct aSse-nu>a ofstitutional iii,

\' fragment of the KnoW Xothing: Order. the word"Congress," in tho fifth lice of foll ordered. That the presentation themselves I Connecticut Leg.sature: upon the suggestion and of. the obligationg; of ,
of the the fifth resolution which was upon his feet. lIe spoke Cungre
( Premising! tbd to the people Thc Ural branch of tho proposition was of any memorial or pettion praving fur the moment he was upon the world. there was I uf Horace Urceley, the Black E&p1tb- strengthen anti upholif' the inati1j

.a South-----I the FlaUTjr question is the para- adopted-yeas 110, nays 52-FILLMOEEm I abolition of slavery or tho slave trade in I with great passion and cncrgjr, and we This was at a time, too, when whose hcan* went to the lUrscuo of the Kn4w.Nothings the South.

mount issue of the canvass. and tnt Mr. the negative.Mr. any Vislt.ct, Territoryor' State of the freely admit made the most of a bad cause no strictly sectional disunion.parties How designs much and nabUdlhein to defeat Senator In l8S9andlObe" vot

'I ,. occupies a platform whose guarantee Potts moved to lay the cond branchon Union, and tho presentation of any res la lie did a most smashing business certainly were feason and is it now for tho true Touccy. one of the best friend ''the with Mr. Calhoun, in hairmg itj
f Iucan shall be considere,1 more important the North. petitions upon the table.
the table on which motion lion or paper, as objected brotherhood thealert South ever had from
con* fully uj to the requirements ; and seemed to tickle faithful of: this coustitutieu to bo on in In IS 15 he
t Mr. Craig demanded the yeas and naj'fc: to. and the question-uf its receptionshall friend The Know Nothing have been strong advocated fur the
of the most ultra and amazingly. (By the by, it occurredto the alarm beli, anti expose lion of Texas.
axacling profclavcryinao which being ordered, \fere-\'ca S3.: nays be laid: up so the table, without debate \1111rinj of the fanatics who the North ; ?o have the Black lcluLlu.Infin : : :

and that his a-cord is without blemish 129-FILLMOIIG in the affirmative. or further action thereon. us, if they the Know Nothings were so the ulterior designs into a political! a foothold in but two slave holding In 1817, he sustained tie Cijr
we will proceed to examine the So the motion to lay on tho table was The question was Ukcn on the motion disorderly in a Democratic meeting, what har" ucIl sectional in its character, States-.Mar} land aud' Kentucky The promise
n.cor : I the rules 1 decided in the fclnclly: have carried but two slave Id 1SO. he urged the farthfgof -
; decided in the negative.The to stipen an of their own 1 If party 1 Kno.v-Nothmgs
1' vf Mr. and to by indisputable will they not do in one war upon one
prove audwh.weonlvpiincipleU
r&lmor the Fimithe Slave
tecondbiauch of the la only people
.e and undeniable facts from official: was then agreed to: yeas 126. navs78; ing two-third* voting in tl.e affirmative.FII.LMORE : they will slander us SJ fast to our section of our beloved: Union the amount : pubhcanisin has: excited a dangerous of tltu North, amid upvry

_. :1 p'. sources. that in this great cncrgvncy, while FILLMORF. in the tlt'jr:1t\c. (See Cmigres- in the negative. (See Congressional wh\t.will they not say in their secret hope cf success is based upon Wtwven fanaticism among the rt.l.cbcrs. against tht State oftuthe

: his platform is admitted to bo iasuQcienl ; */Ula.&l Globe page -7, 2Sj House Journal Globe page PJ1; House Journal, ; Lodges behind our backs 1) nut to return ut bitterness they can two engender sections ot the I ixiuiu-Nothingisui IMS n-sulte 1 in the same Federal auiIhojti.sth,, uapilsoils
51 \'e. paeO6)), further admit the good people' of tho tltin Each have cat"rctll'"litc; into tinpuljul. fur ftc dstcmionvl fu-iih.
01 inc1us
J by many of his southern Mipportcr, lie pa ,c to ( ] to Mr. McCiM. ; wo will porks to be contending ;
Democracy _. i Union. While they have banded; men tot4tiwr Cs.
.'lr. the of the & Each
liynum champion
himself not ft to L trusted by southern from. North, Cmvlina in defendingthe --- that lie has a good pair of lungs, and understands -i for "freedom" in the Territories, their and oath One has had its In 185 1, lie advocated the
0) s-ccrcsy
i. men of cither party. His record, we will above resolutions, said, "I pray every Cjje Jloritoi[ Ucfos.JACKSONVILLE : the sort of clip-trap that his clamor! ii against thc institutions denounce the of constitution the- I I mobs uuij riot: aid tire other Us rebellion' of Cuba.Iii .

'I ;J bring down from the commencement of his southern mnn: to examine tKei-e resolutionsread friends delight in perfectly. lIe has also several Stated. They it containsCoSnpruU'CS and civil war. IbuG, he sustaina repeal of

.: : political; career lo hit letter accepting, the them over and over again one by one the faculty stating the most arrant falsehoods chime, without Union which because it never could Such is the trikin<* similarity, the; evident soon CutnLeruwiSe hne aiU th. ebrsil;

of the : of and tu say if they were not sufficiently the bulJncas and nf-! set requirements congeniality, the close lr.Jtilnt.II.nll bill.On
: with
fragmentary portion greatest formed. They up all
ointon southern interest, : have been the graatlatiou! from the cite dangerous occaions and under all
to secure easy cr ,
: tho Ordcr (which !he is a sworn member strong while they particularly every foreborc to encroachon .---- frontery, which surely indicates that"he i is as qualification fur the prcMUeucyof excluded ism to the other. Ld the well-mi! ;iniiig I stances, in the fad, of uPpitj' In hii

.. i L : the lights of any other portion of the SA'rUIlDAYJUI..Y 20, 1S5P.( i ignorant of( the real state of the facts him the nation which would Mad have. .Monroe men of both or-ers reflect and take,, warI I own SUte. anI among I.;.. vwi. -
son ,
"I., Yet Mr. Fillmore \otedapiinstall He retailed Washington. Jcflerson, inii the day and hour come upon them Uuiie, a ciur of thirty0-, .
TtT.DAY, Dc. 11, 1S3. Union. bilf. We would fain: believe so. They require ;, ere yesrsI Cu*'
1.;. resolutions the lirst branch of I Jackson, Polk, and TaIor. when it will bo Uo l late to repent i grewiu the Cabinet, ami ia
these except
.t Mr. Athtuton rte and asked leave to all of the old stale blinders againstMr. that he shall not be a slaveholder, or arc I by hU Speeches and by hi3 ,

.. .: 't eubraVt thc Mlouing! resolutions'! : the On fourth.the loth December Mr.Vise, asked CfcHASAX, which have been refuted lI\'It! of a,la\e Stat Their candidates Faa* the CUarlcitou Mercury.JUIAXAN Boehpan. ha, bern the sansm ot ,.

Rentlnd, That this govenviiK-nt is a leave to submit the follwing resolution. a thousand an J one times, but which to must live in a free State, and they mnut OX SI AVIUlVjTho und eonsment (lefenderof Lhi Cuastit5ti

-1 : of limited powers, and that by containing his bentimentn him seemed to bo perfectly fresh. lIe be elected by the votes of the free States crowning act of )lr. Buchanan'* time equality ufIheStats anj the
government as propositions of the southern '
:, the Constitution of thc Cuiled .State?, Cougreas I and what he believed to be the real senttmcius 0- the language of somo }'eJera1istaail.t. exclusively. Our Our bretheru of Senatorial career, Was to vote in Le1 air first of and liuiior of Ihe South. %Ve ct.sii, ., j

has ju'isdiction whatever over the 1 of thc whole South. quoted States exclusively. thsame the annexation of'l'lxa-a measuru tjf the producijois ofa Kingit, act ,f hi1
titution ul'elairry! ia the t\'cr'States 1. RtsolccJ That Cungress has no pow foreigner (Rufus King perhaps) the souther States, who contr.bute to luniortance to the! :".&tll. Soon! after I.e ij,5tetI with Frecsi $
of the I.i
of Mr. JEFFKRSOX. for the oupport government Cabinet lii 13ii( Lu Sn.th.
_ of the Conft-deracj' to abolish slavery in the District of and called it the opinion, treasury the vva called to Mr. Polk's'
er died
aud on
'!hat petitions for the al/o'i-: in the Territories of the Wo agree with JUDGE HAWKINS who have Lcd! thoVilmot Proviso was introduced into And now having rinflicated Mr BuA.auaa .
t",.J. RC6olrecl: in tho District of Columbia Columbia United States; whether such power in the For: President, his quotations saun'JeJ'cr) same bat tie-fields for the indedendence, Congress, and the agitation which fj>llowed .. cf.um to i.llag /njMcicury -
that of the nation
,and Territories of thc Uuited States District be exercised "'as means or the honor, and the glory Siirnaaed.. in extent and niteie-", that f.om those ,;.l/nj| jJJ

and agaii.st the rvuiovalof! fclavesfroni one said ttit.i the view ufdistui bin?and overthrowing JAS.\ BUCHANAN. IJII-Jefferft"uon, and wo do not believe must not be consulted in tho election the ot of any former period. Thu Legislatures tfalmot p..Utioinp.nit consistency which fl
w to execute
him.- it
'j. of ol written rjpokenby the man whose duty State at the North looklactiou: l towed mceuiii
State to another, are a part a plan slarrry lit the States" or not. this ever was every quarters, its approTjUf
alloct the institution has OF PENNSYLVANIA.For : of his whol laws. the subject and instructed: tliL-ir re- tli o.aoii ,,j Mr.
operations set on foot to 2. Resoiced. That Congress no power It is against: the policy be and the peopleof UJ.JU 1Iihan2. T]
of slavery in the sen'lol States, and to abolish the slave trade or prohibit life and central y to tho languageused How can these things of, this Uuion beexpected pi esentativea in Washington to b' rlJurt c.dia rt-vew and tlisCmpsirzi of |,i, pojit
that institution the States Vicc-Presidcnt the Unity ore States Proviso. The country was ein igaged ci.reer mmheb we hate
thus indirectly! to dettroy tho removal of laves between draft of the Declaration and harmony the ginn, has
: in
,... within their limits.Ketolred ; and the District of Columbia or Terr.tor-; by him in to live together peace a foreign; war, tl.e successful presctmLion a tch stop to coi.firm our j.i n
DubitlvlAmUuh ThelXaie
has JOn I. elce. Hero is the languageof 7 TllE.R OBJECT IS UIsCSIOX. greatly prejud.ced br such it could not have fi.Ied! Jwd'J Jm.nO
... I That Congress no right ies of thc United States. of InJel cn thousands of honest men uf l which was ; to in, from

". 0 to do that indirectly which it cannot dodirectly 3. RexolceJ, That Congress cannot receive OF KENTUCKY. that. sacred document" in detailing the no doubt, who do not for a divisions home l.lldal"lJll3 CXIltI.CilI5 a recognition of the protrietr of

; and that the agitation of thc subject or consider petitions for the cxecise tianical act of the UritUh: King it says"He : acting with that party be the designs IJf were 1'1'1'-151:11 tilt settling them. : Prom- our course. In conclusion, we can Mm,

; of slavery in tho District of Columbia ofammy power whatever over the subjectof For Governor, i endeavored to prevent the population moment believe this to Uieut anioii; th..IU11'1, I as a cotMteif mnvenieiit those who werc disposed to carp ,t iaiqueston

J or tho Territories, as a meU, and slavery which Congress does not pos- has ,: the leaders of the 'black republican party; to the Wilniul l'ru\.:i.J, was tic prop.isitioii our phcy, that it ii j ,,,,t bur

\ith the\iews,disturbing or overthrowing M.S. PERRY of these elate, for that purpos but there can be no doubt ot" their designs to extend the Missouri' Cu liil''IU- it ti> take position without full and thw.ough .
,. I SCS! of the free
that institu ion in tho several Slates 4. RC80lwl, That the laws of Congress OF AL.ClIU.COUXTl". abstruding the laws fur naturalization of How long would the people if the southern loot to the Pacuic Uc au. Mr. Chlhoun.backed inv -stiRation uf tl*-. acts ami pnnci-

ia against the true f-pint and meaning ot alone govern in prescribing and regulatingthc foreigners ; refusing to pass others to encourage Slates remain in this Union and, would attempt by miy lea: Im'men from theSoutiigave plea invi heti. Our iadic-f.on of JJr

.. the Constitution, an inlringcuiont! ot the mode and manner in which fugitiveslaves For Congress 1 their migration hither, and raisin States had the po'er. them as mi- it his :Itaort1{ 1 It was n-garfled by Uuch.inaii has, we trust, pru\e* ta U
rights of the Slatis aillcted and a breach shall be apprehended, and their by I U-giaUtiu.i.i to tiieni; as a solution of the '!'ie"lio ("1' anti cae ii: point.

.-. of the public faith upon \hich they entered rights to freedom hell in the non-xlavc- 3EO. S. HAWKINSOF the conditions of new appropriations, oflwdi. equals! in the Union ask I himself Let each this man or -.Ui North queshoD
0 4A into the Confederacy. : States District of Columbia and JACKSON COUNTY. ." spirit in the then, ai uuvv. woiiSd tolerate no ji lice to
holding others !
/ elesuu
.r Retolced, That the Constitution rests Territories: ; and the mode and manner in Mr. Jr.rrrnsox was elected President: and then act him.We as. he the bouth, aud the [prop.iptiio vv as|lefeat- SU tIc; Bookstotf

0 t on the broad princille of equality among which bhall be restored or deliveredto to the to do unto i-J. liul: what vvai Mr. Uac'uanaifi course
they of cpposition "
For Electors, the strength have confidence in the sober secomlthought" of the an 1 OiDtinUouvj SlA'. with tr .
the members of Una Confederacy, and that in the slave States. m the matter? lie was a memoir MILL s i
owners ofL'at Florida. Alien and sedition Laws," and the policy of the peopleWo know that take ijj active 13 t-i 10 and 13 to II inch hssv, .
r Cwigrtss, in the exercise of its acknowledged 5. Rcsolced That Congress has no power GEO. IV. CALL: lj.ibii.vt, and of course m :
th Union and Fine moruno Ba--fcaiitmu Doirdi Booki fDUud
love s ;
r i :: powers, has no right to discriminate to impose upon any St. te tho Abolition \. A. LONG of Middle Florida. wf his administration was to reduce the the mas of our cople constitution [part; but tlttcniuia-J that in hucli in i-siu- Dr. ft. an-! BlankXote*of hand, wlKTisnelte i

.: between the institutions of one portion ol of slavery in its limits as a condition of W. D, JSAUXCX, of West Florida. term of years for the re.-idence of foreigners that they will! stand by our the care and his voicu and Uitl-i-'tice should not ue >v an .: the cotton [.lint in iUr-li{ Plums

{ the States and another with the view ol admission into this Union. = before naluralizition, They hate not fcrgjlten ting to [iromoto peace and! justkj to the in-iroc IVrtfoiios; 1 Leather iVrUble wrl' ag

.: abolibhing\ the one and promoting the G. lus3tct'UIhat\ tho citizens of the JAMES OI.TTIS: Es
uuicr.Retoltcd'. States of this Union have: the! I UilLiboruugl1l'OUuty. from sixteen; year*, to which it had bee min to f<.>rui tli.it instrument in euch to thu Harvest IIJineCelebration t-fliurkt : Lem-rcsti..I SvbJuI (Jiooci,' anJ great fiieljf

... therefore, That all attempts constitutional tlaveholdins right roluntarity: to take V" 1. PACFTTV Esq Merchant, in cur. anhurizctl raised during the administration of the! manner as that the Thirteen defend States anti u1sulaiu:could country, l'euu'J'I\'illli., in which Lu forcibly >7 L&uyrd aui iaenatic Laoga C y DREW For,nil .

". .' ou the part of Congress to abolish slavery their slaves to or through a non-slave- Agent for the city iT St. .tuguitiue..ip1I. elder Adam, to the present term of fiveears. as a band of brothers advocated the cxltii.ioa of thu Mio.our> J.tkonvlI-, Jaly, 23, 1S31L'ilni
.< in the District of Columbia or the Territories holding Stats, and to sojourn or rotnain r.-. T. TUVA E.q, is our authomcJ .Agcn In fact Mr. JEFFERSON beat theL'edtahitsinthiat it for their happiness and protection.Wendell Phillips l- Compromise line to the Pacitic; OOean.. lIe
,: ,or to prohibit the removal tla\cs temporarily with\i such slaves in the same (i.r the city of Charleston, S. C.ii J the may be told by Garrison, I tooc1; with thu South, and opposition__ ; of a Thousau Floirers*
precisely tl.e ho5tci
: :
day upon atone ) -
from State to State, or to discriminate bcttt'ecn and the slaves are not thereby ipso facto .- -- -IJACKSONYILLEJUNE-- the Giddmg, Lucy fur the tlec- to an over-whclmnj i'rctsoil i I "-!} IhO.. I RncoircJ at Apotha- ry ILiII afrs4np.
thc instituliuns of ono of General Government same issues that are now made by fanatics that are laboring the North. JUST
portion and the at
emancipated; : 21 1850 that consti-- 'I of Calm of a TiwuuenI I'luworj.Oilu:
1". the confederacy and another, wit' the is constitutioiu'ly'! bound to protect the Know Nothings. Lion of the "pathfinder, it is Iu 1&.0 tl.e CMmirutnisc mCl3l: Bacheh.,?, acJ Jaync. li>|uij hut Dye

views aforesaid, arc in \' the of slaveholding States; au J the laws McC\ii.'s piinciple! complain lion is a "slate c'JIstitutiua"-tIJat I.a: ,el. They were denounced,an 1 j list IIJ. t till thtG tha ctbr'Itel Electric Oitfor'th*eci'fiUeutiat."n
rights EWS. Mr.
TIlE CA3IPAIONFLO III O.k Hut with the devil: and a covenant with .' HeaJibii
Constitution, destructive of the fundamental of non.&b\ehoilling States is conflict with West league every section "f the South, Li ia"l.tl1l< tfuv.iljia. nerrum nFor
the Conks of Key ; will be slow to believe that i.ile by THOMAS McJIILUX.o .
was against hell but they :
principle on which the Union of the e laws of Congress providing such protection . ; principles equally unconstitutional; aiO
the $103To
.'kr.nviflo, 26, 13o63LHoyal
sin lo subscriber, direct tie Hamilton,.
To the Franklin!
a with Langdon
t Iy. '' States nsts.und beyond jurisdiction of are null and void. a Club: of 3, AJJresj, same T. 0. 2 00 whom he charged being Washington Carroll aggressive upon her rights. We noed: onlly -
f. Congress; and that every petition, memorial Several members said, 'object to them." .4 5, 3 00i Eccn ants of the Toreis of the Revolution Livin :tot; Morris Clymer11111n auntie to the enormous fraud practiced upon ; IlaranaLOTTERY.

I '. resolution, proposition, or paper, touching Mr. Hives did so. and Mr. Wise moveda I 7 I. u 500 He mentioned the important fact, that they Madison, Hulledge, I'inck imey. and! theii the South in the adminissiou of $California
that constitution -
: or relating in any )', or to any extent of the rules calling for the u 10)) I 7 00 associates in the formation -the joint work! way suspension of the
.1 be accompanied vith tht: constitute two.thousand: out population would hand down to th.ir posterity that .
whatever, to slavery, as aforesaid, (II aud ua)to; which, being ordered, were Orders must ti' n and Squatter: :"nreintJ. i Iy
; .,.,1 the abolition: ttieivof; 11.1, ua ilic I.n'CI- jeas yeas 118, nasa 93. FILLMORB in the nega
JI( .' :. talion thereof without any further action tive. [See Congressional Globe, page 33, \Ye tender, the Campaign Florida Acif and seemed to think it very hard that lha: cuntcd such infamous slanders as I since; tun.cd out to be a n.i-erabu! :n.I iin- n a Lottery conjiiLte'l by the jpanUh GtTirame

thereon, be bud. upun the table, without House Journal, 7-1. to active Democrats anti political commit claimed a fair share of the offices at are poured! out upon it by these tmitort potent enactment, tho Fugitive Stave' Law.IJat at. imler the "iifftrvwion uf the Captai Uct-.
referred. who think that its circulation will be they tl.e Union. I rah i l Cuba, nill Uki place at LIviM
;; being debated, printed or So the motion to suspend was decided rest vast amountof to even this paltry b-ion. inC\ciangc| >

The introduction. of the teaolutions being in the negative.On useful in the present contest. that place. After cxpeiil'inga The people! are rally ihg arond the constitution for CaH forma, Uuh, and New was Saturday, August 9th 1856.ffg'y .

.: ; S objected) to at this time. the same day Mr. Slide asked leaveto "sound and furry" he sat down, amu and the Union. The democracy a1!:uduti-d; by the North. )11XiC')1: ;UI

1 Mr. Alhcrton thereupon moved a bus- submit thc follow ing: DC.MOCHATIC .P1'iiNT3I1TS. the congratulations of his friends; ,and look- have sustained; both through perils before. visited; with political! death: | men 6OOO.

,- :: ,} pension of the rules. Wherca there exists, and is canieu I Ion The Democratic candidates fur Gucrnorand : ii' as if he indeed, thought himself the and they will do so again. nho had coiteciitvd to it. What, cu thi- ;

Mr. Adams and Mr. Cushman simultaneously in the Dietrct of : fellow.citl- g was Mr. Ujo'.aiian's: ci. u-sc ? In
,'I, between the ports Congress will address their I corned cock from the Georgi i State. Editor the Florida -.YelL's: point,
demanded the J eas and nays ; Columbia and other ports of the United of 1S3U. he wrote a letter to tho Democracyof Sorteo N'umero 5G7 Ordlnarla.C.tl'1L'.t14 .
which being: ordered were, yeas one hun- States and under the sanction of the lax\s ens at Judge HAWKINS followed, and trimmedthe Sm1 ask the use ".f your columns to Pennsylvania; i:1fh; he sllu1e :

dred and ihirty-setcn I.:wjs: sixty-six, a* thereof a trade in human beings, whereby Ocala..Momhy, July;' 11.Flemington comb of the Georgi i cock, close to his make a statement equally due to myself I followa: I 1'IUZC lOO.OOOt
follows : thousand* of them arc annually sold and Tuesday, 16. head ; The absurdities of his predecessor my friends and my country.I Ilest t 5tfl'llt1at all the patriotic emo I Prie '(....100,000 i 3 Frue uf..l,000

t YEAS. -Messrs. Anderson, Andrews, transported from said District) t j distant 1icancJjy..Wl'JII'da *: 18. seemed to have excited his disdain, and hare been a zealous and consistent lions of every true l.euted l'euhyh"auim! 1 ".50,0001 I 13 W
S Alherton. ttanks. lieatty, CecH, licirne, of the country, in vessels! belongingto Oranc Spiings-Friihy, ever Ilf the Union and the Cohsiilutton 1 ..... .20.OOr) ".....- 400
C p Uell, Uickuell, li.rdsall, UroaUhead, lluc parts citizens of the United Slates, and. Palalka........Saturday. 19. every lick ho gave, cut to the re;!. His Democrat, but in an evil hour, I must o>nfess in shared by the Southern people. \Vhat 1 -.13,000 JUG "- 201|
alum, Bynum, John Calhoun, Caiuberleng, whereas, such trade involves ai: outtageous St. Au astine..-..Tue day "' 22.JacksonvilleFrid.iv 2J.. sarcasm though perfectly good huinound I with grief and humiliation that I was are battle-fuId has nut been illustrated bj I ". 5,0J tha| 20.pprotim.ttiuu1aTIOO SlOJ.OMof SiMOoeU

I William B. Campbell, John CalU bell.l.'arr violation of human rights, is a disgrace to Creek.Saturday u 20.Newuansvillc was truly withering. Though the room seduced into the ranks of the Know Nothings their gillant deedaj; and when, i ii| our history 4 of 4 Apprqirnvtonsto 84 W)to 9:0,000; 4 ot 3WJ tu liO.OOO; 4t

: Chambers, Cheatham Clo\vi.i-y, Coles. by \hoc laws it is Kanctbu- Black considerable shrunk from sacrifices 1 of 3-S30! to 53,000.
the country .Tuesday 29. was oppressively hot, he spoke at ; of thu unit I have: nothing to pay have they evtr J00: to S10.KXJ i
Conner, Clabb, Craig, Crar,', Crockett. ed, and calls for the immediate interpretation effect.- and thoroughly and oulferings in the cali.e uf.hs4r uiiiry. Whole Ticlets S2O; HatiM *10:
t. Cushman, Daivbon, Deberry, IJeUralt'Drumgoolc of legislative authority for its sup Ituexpectol: tlut ona or rn)r( of tht length and with powerful further than being nosdeeply What, thin, means the mutter.: ; tlmn.lcr Quarters $5.Priie .

Klmore! Farrmgioii, Fairliuld pression, ; therefore, to the end that all Democratic) Llt-ctors: will accompany; them. We have not time or fpace to go over his convinced that its organization and! which we hear from the South I The o.isho4 at s'ht at 5 p t ciit ai
4s,_ .. .+ Fostcn, fry. Gallup jI James Ciailand, jlas11 obstacles to the consideration of this sub- The citizens generally without tlUtinctior I argument but we will say, this much, that principles are inmicul to political: and religious signs of the times are truly p rlentumu. LaUoaallsolvant Bank*taken at pat.tIe?i-
't .
cock, James Uraham, GrantlanJ, G&'illlt be removed, and a remedy for amfttemed influence at the South openly aJtot.lte A drawing will bo forw.il4al W auua
; ject may of arc invited to attend, and an opportunity he satisfied the Democrats perfectly, liberty, and its being iuw Whilst many knuwii. -
Gray. Griffin, HammonJ, llainc, lIarlauI" the evil speedily provided. party tho Know Nothings to the detriment of the Democratic the cause of becessiun, .a largij tn..junt) suit Leunmea CounnunicAtioos a4dCECd< '. WA Bw'RUiV'EZ -
I harrison, Hawkins. llaynes. Holt, llolscj, Resoiced, That so much of the fifth of will be afforded to any v.ho may to restore wielded to as I firmly believv; still fondly ding to the rV (care of City Po.t, CharlMtoo,3. C,)

I ,' : Howard, Hubley, Wm. U. Hunter llobetM the resolutions on the subject of slavery, dcsiio it to reply. their good humor, which they had depart- party, I must, as an honest man, wash Union, a'wailinV.th deep anxiety the uDtit tba 9th of Aun.-t._

pK j T. Hunter, Thomas IJ. Jackson. Jabc passed by this House on the hum and 1iliof : cd from during tho harangue of Mr. Mc- my hands of all further connection with it. I. action of the North on tho cmnpfotnito! --

Jackeon. Ueury Johnson, Joseph j'ohnsoiAVni. the present month, as relates. to the Here they Come. CALL. Mid take my proper place among my t-1 J I lately eJFected in Congress. Should! this Notic.L
., Cost Johnson Nathanrcl Jones Joti from State State Read the withdrawal cards of Messrs. 'the .
't 7, "removal of slave to the Democratic friends for whom ind to whom be d.srvgardeil and nullified: Ly: citizens
: "'. W. Jones Ki-iin, l etnbe! Khngciisuiill and prohibits thc action of ths House on E.:: Gomez, and Paul n. Canora, publishedtoday. After tho speaking was over, people 1 of lie North, the people! may become united DCSLOP hereby notiSM thiS ,
,r Lewis Logan Loomis Lyon. Mallory, Mai- memorial resolution, in the most perfect good humor : ray efforts have never been grudiagly or lo. ''fUrovvell: P-irtnorship of Dl> ?
all to
j 'every petition, pro \Ve know (f many more such, joined anti then farewell t a ::g that the '
: I tin, McKay, Hubert McCU-lbu. AbranhaMcClellaii position, or paper touching" the same, be, who do not wish to see their names in the and did ample justice to a bountyful sparingly made our blessud Union. 1 am n j alarmist; but IVILLIAMS. the affairs of payingUiuis. wM firm o1t4351k P 8P

i McClure, McKennan, Mcneit and hereby is rescinded. Dinner provided by tho Coinmitlo of ar By giving the above, Mr. Editor, a place a brave and V i iso man looks danger steadih ictei-aaa any person rty biauhi"
Mercer Miller Montgomery Moore, MoiCau '- made Mr. S. moved' a is i the bust of : or Jeliror np iwy prop HWicvonat 1
Objections being papers. in columns, you will oblige, yours in the face. This means he firm, to C. W. William*, will U W I
f' L Samuel \V. Morris. Murray, Nobl< suspension of the rules and demanded the TWO FIRES TIlLS WKCK. rangements. PAUL B. CAXOVA.A avoiding it. lain deeply impressed with ; to said L. 11. Duntop,for the aar,"uficnior

: I 1, Calmer, Parker l'aJntcr Pearce PcnuJ'- yeas and nays; which, being ordcied weru respectfully, the conviction that tho North ''neither sufficiently mnn: g.r i f said firm-

.f backer, IV-trikin, Phclps 1'ickens, l'lumerJ yeas 55: nays 157; FILLMOUK voting iu the Our Town teems to be truly labouring NEWSASSVILLK. FLA. > Car tu all whom It may Conetim.From understands nor appreciates theanger. July 19. ':.V>-"t.:; _TIl.

rt '. 1'wpe. Pratt, Riley Keucher, llhctt, liveS aftiraiativc. under a curse, and God only knowns whatis Juno 21th 185G. $ Justice anJ fotlngs For my own part, I have beemisteadily Notice.VTOTICE .
} Son.-'o of flight to -
Ii' Robertson, llum ry, Augustine II. Slier So thc Houso refused to suspend the to become of us. We have had two Mr. EDITOR : I regret that circumstances a my watching its approach ;for the lastfifteen givoo that '
( tho is horoby
; I hara by withdraw my n.imo rim soialIel
: ,: lcrd. Charles Sheppard Shields, Shepk rules. [Seo Congressional Globe, page that period I have ; o the Sid"t
fires this week and both beyond doubt the such that it will bo impossible for American : 'cars.lJuring ,. IN I bG wads 1(5 tb. Legisiatuts flsjkit
SnydcrSouthgate,Spencer, Stanly, Stuart 1/9/ ; House Journal, page 75. arc SatiN party. jftun sounded the alarm; but my feeble! FtorUi for aa Inauwnce Company witS t'
I r ; Stone, Swcarmgen, Taliafcrro, Thoma On tho 31st December, 1830, first session work ol incendiaries. On Monday night last me to canvass East Florida as the Democratic E. GOMEZ, warnings have teen disregarded. I now irivlogel, at Jj.ckaviI5e. I.) be CISI CmP7

I TayIorTitus Touccy Towns, Turaey Ui 20th( Congress. Mr. Cobs moved a the favorite Steamer St. John, took fire presidential Elector for this portionof Jacksonville July 4, 1S55.KTho solemnly! declare, as the deliberate conviction acksunvilhe Iiuraico anel Biakia;

I 'p' '! derwood Veil, Wngeuer, Webster WeeksI. suspension of tlio rules, for purose of offering -i at the wharf, and all her upper works were I' our SUte. of my judgment that two things are July 19th, IEISG-
I. L ':- John Whit U'hittlesey.Shcrrod William the following resolution: Editor of the Xeiis is "some this Union from the '
consumed before she could be scuttled and The continued illness of my brother has pmnp- necessary to preserve Notice.
I Jared W. &illiarns Joseph L. William Rcsolced That every petition, memorial sad insinuations. '
kin, on pop-gun squibs most immediate danger. that&ppUcL
)I .:' / f' Wile, Word and Yell-127. resolution, proposition, or projtosition, or sunk. We believe the hull and engine are prevented me from being absent from ."-Republican. 1. Agitation in the North I'on tho subject NOTICE L is. hereby to time Legislature given of the 5t.ttl 11 1

3 ." .. NAta.MCSI'rldams,Alexander. Ayei paper, touching or relating in any way, or considered but little injured. This is believed home, or attending to my private business Why neighbor you do begin to approbate Southern slavery, must.be rcbuk'llIn.l FtoriJ; at it*next tissilon for a Clr'rttt"ps-kit

I ,_, 4 Igg: Ilcman Allen, John W. Allen, IJoulJi to any extent whatever, to tIe abolition to be the work of an incendiary butwhether until I find it almost impassible to leave of when put down by a stunt;, energetic and Florida, Savannah and Charleatoa Ste'
:. : William B. Calhoun, Casey, Child blavely in tho States of this Union or the character yourself y ou JBI' *
J' ; : :.' Itriggs, he belonged on board or ashore is for length of timo. I am compelled ilightcned public opinion. I Company
'I _: _' Clark. Auffin, Corwin Cranston, Curti cither of them or in the District of Columbia any say that we are "some pumpkins" on p* '2. Tbeftgitivcsiave law must lie executed N otice.
Darlington Daves Davit in the Territories of tho United not known. The prevailing opinion here therefore to decline the flattering poMticn ilo* ai
p I \ CushUngtoo, or gun squibs and insinuations. in its letter and in i itt spirit is hereby givelt that "W ric
:. ? .' Dunn EdU"&rds Fvans, Everett, Ewin; States, or either of them, or the removal is that it was douo by some person belonging assigned me by the late Democratic State relative duties NOTICE to the Lej-i.latare n jX"
'A : lUFktcher. Isaac Fletcher, F1LLM01UGliding of slaves from one State to another, shall, to the boat, and we think the frequency Convention. I do this now readily, however [From the Xaihrillo! Union aivl Ameircan] I uTo judge correctly our the; South Florida, Ht iU nest session for cww
towards the f we
I people ( B"
Graham Grennel STONES FKO ONE called the !&
f. ; *. Goodt', Wm. on the presentation thereof, without any should STlil'PING Bank at Jacksonville to bo .
of fires on these boats cause task devolves one more their .
Haley lUtt, Harper, Hastings, Herw further action thereon be laid upon the as tho upon IS.M: TO TIIL: OTIIIK. ought to place ourselves in position State of Florida. JoIyW
I : to institute a rigid examination to bear principles and do unto them as we would that they
than I our
Maaoi debated the owners able am
Marvin fcamson without ,
: Ingham. Liuculn table being printed or Henry M. Fuller came to Congress upor Notice.
Mitchell, Calvary Morris, Baylor NoyeiParonenter referred. into the causes. There may be aotnc triumphantly through the approaching con- the anti-Nebraska Kansas excitecien, defeating should do unto us under similar circum given thit PPht-

.. a. Peck, Potts, Putnam, Randei Upon which the yeas and nays were hand or employee, who has passed from test. I am* induced to take this step by Hendricks It. Wright, ono of tin stances.under This is influence tho golden that utc.our Constitution It was- NOTICE u to hereby the LSpIatUrO clttitMa'f

I Randolph Heed. Kidgway, Robinson, Hut- called; and were. yeas 87, nays 84; Mr. one burned boat to another, and destroyed no reasons of a political nature. I heartily most national men of tho North,who stak- its of mutual benign compromise f and concession Flori-U at iU next 3t'1ackaOflYUb0 CO' lbr a ,t b0
fell, Saltonstall Sergeant, Sibley, Sinitl FJLLMOIIC in thc negative. [See COilgre/ well ed his fate upon the measure of justice tc Insurance Company
I 03) House Journal each in turn. endorse the action of theState, an was framed, and by the same spirit Jacksonville Insurance&imp y
Tillinghast sional Globe the
Slade,Stnttto Toland.: p.igu ; the South. Hunks: the.Abohtiou member
) ''Do tho
S. Whit and 1"orko-j6. pa"e 153: On J'esterdaYlI.bOut t half past ten o'clocktho as National.Democratic Conventions, and of from Massachusetts got thi-ri alone can it be maintained. peo
Congress at $60,00.
of the North act in this spirit Milk
& the rules suspended. J'OOn the 13th January 1810 Mr. Lincoln, fire raised audit i was exertion the pre Lanier
were cry of was again shall use every to secure upon the sarno furor. their: brethren of the of tbs *'

(liy the above vote it will ba seen thatlu.uD ofMassachueclts, presented petitions praying found that the Presbyterian Church had election of their respective Nominees. Fuller was taken up by the Know-Noth- South while with stigmatizing the harshest epithets, and this THE L undersigned wUicli hate they a tot will wU$J &flow *
voted With BUCh abolition slavery and the slave oo
) FlLLUOKE UU- lor the their candidate. for Speaker. Fuller IumIII w11
beea fired underneath the front steps.- Very truly ings as too. with knowledge that tit, conjcquencs price, for CASH. TLt
JOSH 11GIPDIKCK District of Columbia and in ,
questioned Abolitionists as UNA trade iu tho roicd for Pennington and Pennin ton for driven lund
assaults IP to ? in 75 to 80 busheL per day, -
b of these must place pt-rd
it discovered before the PHILIP DELL. haM
Tuos CORWIN the United Slulct. Fortunately was oy
g, JOHN Q. ADAMS, the Territoies of Banks. safenll that of all they from 40 to 3D busbeU Jriron P"1'
I t and other, and in opposition to tho mem Mr. Cave Jotmson moved to lay the flames gut well started, and'it was easily I Haven, of New York, Mr. .mere's law personal earth. I that if proporly putt ap, an.! a thcre l

1. ben from Georgia us well as tho entire question of reception on thu table; which suppressed. Mn. BCCIIANAN AND IIII OP PON EATS.- I partner, aud representative in Congress,' hold this constant most dear agitation on muse be repeat arrested the shop,sny peraohI wishiug. App17)toonvincodcfthsfm'et. -

: South. was decided iu thu a'JJnaative; yeas 13J], The New York Herald, to-diy one of the and personal and political confidant andadviser aiul resolute JIJUT7 -

The question wu taken on tho first re- nays #8. Mr. FILLHOBR voting in the TilE MEDT1XO VEST Kit:;A Y. bitterest and most unscrupulous antiSlavery and who voted to restore the action by the of firm tho vast determination mo{ irity <|>f tho peopleof 19'SG-L( jaksonviI!_ .

., elation, and it was adopted-years 1)8J negative. [See Congressional Globe, page II: spito of the most unfavorable weather Know-nothing Republican in Missouri Compromise, and voted for thenotoriouS the North who are 1.noto disapprove
0, 11 House Journal 01.la papers Abolitionist Lewis D. Campbell ,
Mrs page ,
I : ; .
and an alarm of fire which occurred ii i driven to confess follows it, or the sacrifice of our glorious Union Notice.
1 i fho quoUion on the second resolution relation to the presentation': of such tho country, as of Ohio.

1 1 WM then taken, and it \\-as adopted-yca< petitions, Mr. Uynum, t-f Ni.rth Carolina, 'just as the speaking was about to commence : Whed Fillmoro was nominated, the may, and"probably will, be a : list the con- 1ioreth

'I : f nay 65 FutMoac votiug m theptlfe. in a speech mado by him, referred the and: which drew off the audience What dunce of an election u there for same Lewis I). CampbeU attended a rati- sequence Again in 1852. in a speed: in renns11vania !- lIE CopartnQr3hiP iiW.m

.;. b : southern men to tho source from uhcucothooo for an hour, yesterday was a glorious day Freeroont with Fillmore in tho field, snb- icalion meeting Washington, arm-in Mr. Buchanan said: DUNLOPIWILLIA31S under tba !***** '
1 Tho thi J reflation was then read wheiMr. Abolition pcttiousu came; nineteenths arm with Mr. Crittenden. The American WBIp f
for the Democracy of our County. After stractiug his thousands from the ranks lair is all the South L.II. Dunlop failmg >
': Bind called for a division of thquttlioa ohfbic:,by refeicnce to the clerk's Oagan at Washington, complimented Mr. "The fugitive solved by

I 1 to as Uko the vwto llrot oa thi tile*, had been presented to that House that, who will have the impudence to assert which. to be victorious 1 No chance, must whatever.be compact Campbell. The Organ is vouched for by bas obtained in this Coujpeo ijieo of 1850. igreement..MI. are bere7 forsW* ,
., I ollowlng branch only: by Whigs of the North. again that the Democratic party is rind Souther Know-Nothing members of Con It[ is a law founded both upon tho letter thing'person.due to tho firm toW 1"sthopropertyi.f
j., :. l What chance in there for Fillmore with and 1mM D
I,. *41 :f ftctolccd, That Congress has oo right to Mr. Ii. said if there was ?ny doubts in dead. The gathering of the people was a Fremont and his i>artizans arrayed against gress, as the authorize" exponent of their and similar the law spirit has of existed the Constitution on 01 r statue, books a deliver unythirs the oValAe firm, M Hi rlo

: do that indirectly which it cauoot do auvctJ the minds of the southern people as to who largo one, tbo of course not so largo a* it him 1 About u much chance as for the party pi incip lee. the administrati of Georgj roeiVO anything bcionguSai to$3J iii
wcro not Abolitionists in that House, they The Organ and tha Louisville Journal ever co authOri1LO*
rt&l / for the unfavorblc in tho raoom. Between the KooW'notbiJ1 that but l Dunlop ia not wigd*** -
have Lecn man teach :s usIL <
ruler the would of the Missouri Compromise i Washington. History $"# +
the and
: Jj14 Tbj rote being BO Uklim resulted ia the ue only tu breeches the denounced the repeal In manner whatem ft*
4. ,- and the meeting was graced by : and tho nigger worshipper, demanded its restoration. I for the provision in favor of ugitivo slaves, mania any aathoruei to B*"Mr
;. I ftSnoitir"vcas 17 34 cays 30-FILLMOUKio votes of its member If they wanted weather, dullest of blockhead, will readily perceive line, and would have im the only person
1I1 the negative. father evidence, lie would refer: them to the presence of a number of ladies'who that there will be nothing kft for Mr. 'L'he New York Tri&une, and all the Black our present Constitution never t' South will ,rot the busiuesa aforcsaii:; witlJA** ;

.; wt ... So the first bnincli of tho third resolu the remarks of a certain member of this thus manifested their interest in tho triumph Buchanan to do but to make hit domesticarrangements 1' Republican papers, do the same thing. existed Think ye that thu feitive 10 slave liwlitionUts Jnly IS-2U 0l"L -
Convention Philadelphia tamely surrender
: tiowuadoptcd. House who characterized the northern The! Know-Nothing at ever
j i The second branch bcinz read. Democrats-trio., usually vote for preserving of reason over humbug and of the ic., preparatory to the occupation -' denounced the administration for to Northern fanatics and .-' T' Cash Paid for
President's mansion tho
.t The question n'U then taken, and result-! thc constitutional obligations imposedon Constitution and laws, over the passions of the The result of on the he ,repeal of the Missouri, line. ''. lIacktcpublican $ Such was Buchanan's course in reference
fourth of March next. of 1350 and the Fugi
': 'W also ia the affirimative yeas) 104, nays them,aud who arc opposed to an intcrfcrcncu and prejudices of an infatuated mo'i. election...from tho existing condition ,of Convention siting; at J Pijts.- to the Compromise down his 11
: iu the *wauve. with thc rights of tho South-aswwt&eru burg at that time did the sam i thin (iTo Slave Law, This brijngs
<)FUIJIORE again the discussion within ranks is of the
;tPl Mr. CALL opened things among the opposition justas to his siaiature Jags
rcMilutiou was adopted and slaves." Ho would refer them The Black nel, JJjca. s arp appealing to resort on slavery,
: iPi So the third totho remark made by certain Abolitionist argument which never has been,ln never certain as ifit had already taken place, ill sections to unite iq'crushing out tfio acquisition of Cuba, and his endorsement pz1c.

p; V the fourth. Lincoln Ukcn called lip.Ut. for a dif tion of the of the HUQHC, (Mr. Peel), when tho vote can: bo answered. His speech i was replete and had gone by' dctault la f vor of \hoDemocratic lar Democracy iu order to "bring, tho of the repeal of the Missouri Compromiselner '

1 1-1 I ::\'JD ojj lhi rcavlutiyn so aj to talc., was about Uiii" talcnoa laying Mr. CvJ.'d irith thc most sober, profoundcd and JU- I. arQ


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$ United StateslIaiT.FLORIDA. r.i, I.1aLt .t 2og. icL2,whit.o :United States Mail Line. tmopolitau Art Association -, I ,
)UIL U AJ ) ik plaak. No. 3 wbJte oak promtstnons timber Ctijii iStOfl ::1:1I jj -- -. -* --ir:
POST Orrict D unbar; T e, 4, wtiite..oeik keel and Bet Savannah nd Florida \ -
: F&A Y Z 1656. $ riKTve T. pieces rudder >veeii : I :stcoxn Y USV .? tar 4
stock No. 6 ,
1c % ; Jin. 12, 1&G. yellow-pine j.J akilock log*. No. .v J t."l
$ the FloriJs, AUanUe NottIjct4)ricc PROPOSALS ir. nhig.tLeul.s- ; of tL 8, yellow-pme na acd fparfiraber.. So. 10, sLI.Wrv.jJ2th : A fcRAXGKMESTSf&r theSeeoo* *

rt FbIhuWY$ 1 Beirf sTe hereby tifiniffOH 4 tuited< states from Octubr I, l856to June white ptte. Jio 11,aib yprea.WbiU ak board*. yiiSAYAAll rVj lertion 01 this fceW and
frT tut. ..faonlk 1B59 the No 12, black wiltut fcr the diffnsiun f Liieralar* end 1lutvteoa *
( on following route in the SUte oft ebony, mahogany. No.13, cTIoit
kai icfl ckI1J ", londa. iueuL So. 14 tli. toit extensiVe scale- <&
in the manner herein specified, will be white-esU oars anl hickory bars. THE STEJ3IERS' !
FW gsS Cf Auju$&ezL .*cen ed.*t the Contrail Office fcf the Post-Office > white-coil stive auj bodying Xo. 16, Among tb. work alnadZP4s is tie

cjrL.. 'RUE fuItosriBx bue1g t tIflU ntf "
I of the North, nnd will be tn.ofthelrt September, 1S5G, to be decided on and copper nail*. No. 21, Iran. Ke. f STEAMERCAOLINA IiCESQA CRrSItI
TrMnTer F A. c it. o the interior by ruall forwarded d'.rr. tbe nrst day tC857 pikes, nail No. 23, led, sin, tin. Xo. 25, CAP1V JAS. PIIEIfl3OI1N which ori paally cost Ten Thomnnd Dtiars. _

Ailiur &dertiacr p1eeeJuy price, withi six upon remittance of 4 e From Cwlambue, ly Fort Fanning, Shoal hardware. }>o. 27, paints, oils, 1ft. Jfo. 23, flax ,- Ib fvraJngjlbe new C&Iectica, the d5ff. J TwuiAe

.;4iL.icu: 12-td otge. The pottage stamps for pre-paymentcf Town, Old Town, Clay Landing, AUena cnti >'o. 29, cwu canvas. No. 30, JUxaU ASD'Welaka- of AniMJofvn Art, and the encour fl

U I Gets.EARXEST. average postage an bound Hovels Otie, And lloinosasaa, to Bay Port, and cotton twine >o. 31, gluw. N32. leather. Jin. gtaiui hare not bee*

a1e. tack twice a month, ia steamboat 33, hus. No. 31, brushes, No- 37r pitch, tar, L.M. COXETTEU, COMMANDER COIVmIasiOnI i i bars Vea issued to many ef

For LINWOOD, 81 OO Bidden will itate the disUnce, and pmpoaeasihcdule rosia. Xa-33, tallow, oap.oll 40.statki-- !eav'. PaUlka c ery THURSDAY niu'l( distinzuisheJAia.vicu.trUstawb.wjfl,

(The late book cf Mr Can-line Lee which will inake due connextioa with ry. Xo. 41, fire-wood. .. CAPT. N. KING WILL .t 9 oeloskPkuinta (til o'clock, trilpl* euuie cf their taut prodnc/ioM, a

well known Plantation, Hentt, deceased, of Florid) the eteauiera plying between Jfew Orleans. La. CHARLESTOWX,JJASSACiirSETTS- 1TILL leave SAVANNAh for PAI.ATKA, Jaeln.anvit. a& 3 oVIotk fame anernouo,nn.1 Savannah them ere tare. Marble Bust*, execaUd A

cLUed Ship Yard, MISS MURRAY'S LETTERS with Ler and Key Wert, Fla. No.1, white-oakplanktWfcklog*. Xo.3, whUo- 1 !, E. F, every TUESDAY .nd SATCK- on Friday morning at 3 o'clock, reaUutg grelteat vinupture-hs u Fever

11LT t Juhfl' rier szd Utv, Bcrr wore or Florida descriptions I OO ProHMaUfur tiiu.eaeck aersie, ore also In- o. k promiscuous Umber. Xo, 4, white-ouk keel DAY n>. rm 2J. at 10 o'tlock, and PALATKA Charleston ttat evening \ CEORGf. WtSIflGTO ,

for buRdrC ii new dwelling TIlE TPNGI4TOWN vited. pieces anl rudder ktockg. Xo. 6, yellow-pine every AJOXDAY and THURSDAY, for SA VAN-. TA'M. 31. LAWTON A CO, The Father cf his XaXry ; .
remie$ there out building, lot LETTERS 1 23Mayno KOTE. plank stuck logs Xo. 7, yellow-pine beams. Xo. NAil, it 10 o'clock, touching at the usual Land- AgcnUat Cbirlc.toa 1 BENJAMIN FRA.41U.L'

,ith aI7 fi t rate b.mmcHk, Rttd's capital Mexican and Texan Proposal must be guarantied by two rMporulble 10, white iue. X11, ab, cyprw/ white-oak injrs,both wny 1 IEXET TEASDALE, TteDANIEL
are &CTCI, the % iitane, adv euture books, hauJiuinely bouud i-erxm*, certified to as each by a ]ostmaster boards. Xo. 12, b jk walnut, cherry, mahogany They will leave Jacksonville every Tuesday nd Agents at Palatta : 1

b'wdT4 apply to %ii- judge uf a
v,& $ Far llUi'KIXS prtiitre, Agent, THE WHITE CHIEF i 3$ bunere 1 into l.y the cncvessful bidder, with bow. .-o. 16, black epruce. Xo. 20, composition These bats have been built expre&jU for the .. Agent at FicoUU. I The Sutesmao.

; 13 Jgrkion1fl Fla. T1IK SCALP HUXTERS, 1 33liEHTUA.the surety, before the Ut of OUol r, I35G.Xo anti copper nails. Xo. 21. iron. Xo. 22, spikes, Route, and having large and airy Stale Room accorumodatiou JOhN BROVrAPJ ArpeciAl.ftvnl baa Tisitel Europassdmsd.

tf pay will be made for trips not porfurmol, nLip. Xo 23, lead, sine, tin. Xo 25, hardware. offer UDcqualc'l ind cciccnt* to luval'ids Agent at Jai.junnville. folL nd jadieivu*MleotmMbf foreign worfi* of
late work of Miss Brcmer,. 1 OO sni for each of Both oiuutious not sotibfaUrily :cu. 27, paints, oiU, Jtc. Xo.23, flax canvas Xo. and others. l'ur further pjtcuUri so- A.COHEX, bc-fii in Broan ml >taral.| Statuary and-Ch

TIIl soc OF IIIJIWATIIA.Lgfllo I OO explained three time* the pajr f f the trip may be 29, cotton cmnv n.. Xo 30, flax and cotton twine quite of _June 14-If {Agent at Savannah. Pa otingx.

Irtt VouJjT in Augu.t linxt J will FLV.RI 1tS.T.LI, a ban liitatJliawa.th dedncted- Fur arrival oo far behind time a.. to No. 31, glass. Xo. 32, leather. Xo. 33, bo e. Xe. LISSEE i CAXOVA, lie whole fvrioicg Urge aodi aUa&ble .

y }i C.tirt11ue 4jirM ,j by Docrfick 1 OO break t-oimexion w th depending mails, and tint 34, brushes. Xo. 35, bunting and dry goods- Agents, Jatksc.n ifl tio i of Painting and Statuary, to\.* dUtrib eoea'I

0 *, 3-! & tLe jan Udoujricg ta tUXew THE COXFIDEXTIAI. CORRESl'OXDUNCKuf !uffictcnUjT excused, one fourth$ the c >inpen. tiou N' i,7, push, tar, resin. Xo. 33, tallow. aap, oil. J. O. DEVALL Agent.CLA.GUURX 1a1stkt. 2nbtJcIlbti1t:) rec among tie members of the .AsSociatum

I k Fet.rFn bitU tI j in a- Napoleon with hit brother- for the trp: U sulgett to forfeiture. Fun will be Xo. 3V, ship chandlery. Xo. 40, stationery. X*. 4 ClN1NlJllA)1, U 4 Second Yenr.
tf the Le&.e1t of the uulofs Xo. 41 fire-wood. IK AKD 'KQUTS T SAVAHNAHCUifMODIOUS Terms Membership*
John CtuIt Joseph, 2 VOST! in superior binding. .2 OOA iirposed, the delinquency be promptly and Agents, Savannah. -
dWrI ii deeeaed urer..IIuLIN saL fadori1y explained,for neglecting to take the BROOKLYX, NCW YORK.Xa. These Boats cnnncct both way with a !lit,. ct8taec The payment of three dollar consfiltrl**
b L UEFr.XCE OF THE AMERICAN' PO- mail froiq VT into a pot office ; for suScring it tubo between Jacksonville audTal'.Hhusoe, Pa. ffi- 11E NEW AND oni a inemburuf this Association, and entitle j

jjtrstr Et 3eter I'uua eecaI. 2.ICY-ty Whitney, l OO injured, destroyed, robbed, or lost ; soil fur 1, u bite-oak plank loi. Xo.: 2, wbite-otc latka, Ocala and Tampa liay, and with *t itrr.betwr ______ to either one of the following Magazine) fur

11; 183G- St.FtfFht ANDEROX'S MASONIC IXSTITUT10X3. refusing, after dunund, to couvey the mail as frequently 4 plar.k. Xo J, white-oak promtiKUom timber. Xo. n S vaunau sal New Tvrk, I'hiladelphi STEAME1THO3SG. ysir, and al\\to a tkkef i* the distributwa of

fac fcimilc of the oil English ag the contractor runs, or i$ concerned in 6, white oak keel pieces and rudder stork -Vu. and Charleston. inhi [July 7-Iyj tiitnary.am Pai ,tlu rr. I

York&c, Jditkm, la 4 to forui, 2 0IMM' running, vehicles ou the route. The Pohtmru-ter beams., yellow-pine plank stock log* Xo 7, yellow i.ine v HAIGHT The Literature meal t.'subscribtre ;

WORKS- comprising all of Rcd- General may annuL the contract for rejicatcd fail- Xo 9, white-pine n. 8. yellow-inset timber.joe matt Xo.and 10 tpar white timber. CAl'T, P. J. w, 1l.RK3I.tN, tbI piiiues; Harper'
uic to run agreeably to contrail fur line Sale nam's, Xickerbocker, E *k uod', ,
Celd'r edition tif licvolutinnary Talcs or dim.bey- Xo. 11. nali, eyprcts, whiU..oak board., Xo. 12. TT/ILL U 're W Uk* every Sunday morning *
Savannah lag the pott rliue laws or instruction if the departuient Goiley'* Laj' Cook, Md Ho.i4.boU Words
and the Border
l a Romances of the South, 1 231rcsoott black walnut, cherry, mahogany. Xo 13 locust, S I al8o\lwckxfor Ssvai.nub, via. PaUtka,
( lbs PostuiastiT General alter rT"-IIE mbsoriber having moved from Jaekt Penoos taking five u Kt nbJpi are CU
t Philip J I, lioi.tou's Thirty Years may Xo. 11, white-ash oars and hickory bar Xo. 15. 'ieolata, JaiiwnfiU*, Ac.I leans; Jii konvUlJonday t
STL.M IlI' LINKS.mrl : Irving' \\abhingt and other Ilihtorical and the schedule lie may aLso order Jin increahe of wh'te-.oak stare and heading. Xo. *1C Hack X ronrillc, Pta tiffeiS for stlo a valuable S Liori.ing at 2 o'clo. Af.. j returning any fle of the MagMiae fc> ova year, .

C $20 Eterage SB.1flE IugraphkaI Stai.J.rji. MTVIIC by allow ihg thereof a pro rota increase on pruux.. Xa. 13, lignnmvita'. Xo. 20 house and Lot situated en th* corner of Ocean A leives Savsmmh every Friday at 10 oelkA} M. six tickets ia the dwtribarioo. a
the lontrai-t He also' composition Monroe stroe'ta known the ,1ERCUATS'1IOTEL" The ort proceeds derived from the ale ef
Cib pay. may curu.il or disiontiuup as This Ik at f
take the Inland
1irt c1i AT TIlE EAST FIORIDA LOOK STORE and copper uaili. Xo. 21, iron. Xo. 22, spikes, > invari-ibiy Passage,
vell knmvn the M-nii.e in whole or in part, at r itadetrease Said property KM constructed exprewly and benh'p' are d.nt.t4 to lW pucbsse of *t
; C DREW, Oirean-tt. near Il.iy.la pro < naili. X i, 23, lead, tine, tin. Xo 24, pig iron.- draw lu 3 1-2 feet water when loaded.
fur tin.
: ( ST.UF., Cajt. U1I'P of jtoy, allowing one tuoutU'* extra y>ui- Xo. 23 hardware for a Public lion?, coiitniiui twenty..twoRnoio. t.. M LAFFTE.t. Art vnjaing year. I
.. Xo. 27, rnitUj. oil, Ac. Xo 29 AgiSavz'ah,
uF tiiuUlI. Call| J. JWSCKLV pensition on the amount of service dispensed with. flux Xo. 29 ten of which have fire } lace, ha a good UABTRIDGE A TIMAXU3 The Advajifagee Secured
canvas. cotton cauraf. Xo. 30 flax ,
trfl LIXE Circuit Court Eastern Circuit of Florida Bids should be jrcoicd to the "Seiood AssU- tid well of water, beautiful young vbalu trees, and Marcbl-ly Jacksonville by""becoming a member of this Aawiatioo,
: cotton twine. Xw. Agents,
Xa. 32
LjbPreeftrr LIihI EVERY SATLaiurda lor Columbia County.Slejhon t utPo.tm ierGeneml," suiiicr.led "J'ropo. Xo33, hose Ni,. S4, biuahca.31gl.iu Xa 35, leather. all the necessary out-baild'.ng", ij situated in the ut All persona receive the full valise c/ $

from a n.LdflhI E Davis, Charles M. Kolb, saltfurXo} CSoT, Florida." mid dry goods Xo 27, pitch, tar, rosin., bunting Xo. 33, centre of the pleisant and growing tie city of Jacksonville Jewelry Jewelry tultrnptuan'nt Mkgarme Literatiii'e'tfte' ttarl'. m the *bape of. I
L and A fuiUier purtiruUr see pamphlet aJvertisttaent Fla the terminus of Fla. A. AG.
-Joseph tallow oiL
Fanning 39
soap, bip-vliiullury. No.40
..tVANl1li fur the uiaiU in North Central lUiiroaX 2d. Each member it oftBlnbotidjf fdwaftfiichMing
from $ 4orvhtut unJer the carry.ng Virginia,
tracing name of Bill Klit.onery. Xo 41, Crewuol.PHILADELPHIA .
19th Curoliua South Omdma aud The above dcssribcd i is iu M'M. GlOTIIE choke tt'oik* cf Art, which are tor ttnjbnted
th.fufluuiIZ ,.; July Au- 1J it, Uolb A Funu'njrt -, iuChtncorynpIIE Georgu, Florida, 1' XXSVLVAXIA.Xo. property every respect ,
GLh.il I : Ut. Leax- iUteJ January 12, 1333. very desirable either for a hotel or private among themselves, aid art a) iketiro

tw :il.Da 6th,the ptu.t a1emateT William II Giililaud Sidney S. How. JAMES CAMPBELL, 1, Wte-oak j>Unk stuck long Xa-2, residence for 9 large family, and is now under V Jt T C ''L' A RE II encouraging K. iVniVft of tb eowntry,

I ? gadelphi$ 4JtGI* will ell JauHsGilIiland, Felorure June >l-4\v$ Postmaster Oetvral.l1t1IFF" white-oak plank, Xo. 3, white-oak pramUcons rent st 3400 per annum, aud Hill be sold at a bUrsing thoo arKl* of dollar throuh its a
end JaincsU
fi( iT Sa.trtiyi : July timber. Xo. 6, yellow.pine plank stock log*. Xo. hirgiin.Luqaire. Persons in remitting fundt for .

ij1gLL1ON the ftI.W4tg Hih. Sird nnd 30th, ScpMJ.oewurnoJ.rK dvrchanta XUkolx, SALE. 7, yeIow-pin! beams Xo. 8, yellow-pine mast of Me.srs. Uartridge A Tmanus! Jack- : Jeweller, please give their pot.oite address in full,
Uat t and
Utb M 26th, 1'hil.,1.iha: the surviving partners WI14L; be foil before the Court Home door, and spar timber. Xo. 10, white pine. Xo. 11, onillC, or of the subebriuor at Fcruauliaa, FU. ( tiug the month thor wish the Mairmiine to
LesiLa: tinier then ii>e of PartIiQ ol the city cf Jacksonville, on the first ash, cypress, white.oak boards. Xo. 12, black Jane21-tf A COY. NEXT LUOII TO THE POSr-OFfltE. Iltev, and have the letter registed at the Po|

.l.rLal1 these (Lhtiis.. howell Co, Monday in- July next, the 'Jacksonville and walnut, cherry, mahogany. Xo 13, locust. 'io. HAS *>n hijvl a sptended assortment of beauti Office to prevent lost j u; th. receipt cf wick, a

1$ .tnngth, *I* running on t*he,C..MIi Iesauin (>. Throutoii ait1 Ilcr..u'ceII. Alligator PJank! R-iai," together with iu Tollhouses white-oih. oars and hickory bars. Xo. 13, lignuuiTitre TROOPS VOlt TI1C S-CUVICE. and unique JEWELRY of the latest certificate membership together wilk the Xr* *
,Ieil7 e'I ) aay J"11" Riser W. Andrew j and lauX'ap'crtanccs and privLodzes Le- Xo. 20, coniiiokition and copper nails FOUR COMPANIES WANTED.I styles and fashion., such u anne desired, will be forwarded to any part of the

r yjgUfl, 11 tmltlou Cotntilninantj in this cause hat ing thi day longing fu said Ill, levied upon to satisfy a Xo 21, iron. Xo. 22, SpikeS, naila. Xo. 23, lead, AM instructed bv the Executive receive is- GOLD orARl 5, FOB and VEST CHAINS country. .4

MOY. uoBigUu.it: t tea i. filed their Hill Complaint, nnd it appear fef*, in fair cf McRne Brevard, agent of the zinc, thi. Xo. 25. hardware. Xo. 27, pair.t, oils, to the service t/ the tute of Florida, Four L'AR.P.INrS, FIXUER-RIXGS, fThoae who purchase Magazines at Bookatorwjll **,-

3iPa Falls the Lakes aoi Canada log by the nflulav of Ch tries M. Kolb, one of said JailuUiiVillo auJAiligatnrPUnk R'>:id Company t e. Xo 29, flax canvas. Xo. 29, cotton canvas Companies J" lof-.mlry Volunteers. Prcicreuie UREAST.PISS, Ac., observe that joining thin Association, treftite \>y

For CHEAPEST ROUTK. Complainants, that all of mid Defendant residibc iiUAii BOWDI, Xo 30, flax aud cjtlon twine. Xo. 31, glass. Xo will Le given to Cuiopanii;* already organized su all of which will be offered at tlj? lowest prices the Mttsaxint undfrte Ticket in tan..

BOEIESI ASD >. ud tho limits of raid State, to wit : the said Sbenffof Davol County. 2, Selcjilhcr. X. 33, hcwe. Xo. 33, bunting and part of Gen. Johnson 3 Brigade, if presented al for CASH niadistribuium, all at the same price they;DOWp.y

TbmIIIeI both (-Lueet at Philadrlphia! vr'th l>cf,nd.iut, F.tJtyinim G. Tbnmton at Dahlon.iga, Jaek-omille. May 31. 1S55_ dry goo
tisstOTtII Werru JUilro-d E ttle thro'FelJ in the State of (ioorgix, and the aid Defendants, Proposals ibr Naval soiii', ciL Xo. 39, ship chandlery.TVASUIXGTOX p'C'ented before the Jjrigaae Companies are reported O., with Lu experience for the last twenty- .Beautifully illa>:rat9d CaUlogne giving foil
S. ;iIr* "r liuffalo in 1C Laun from William! II. Gillilacd, Sidm-y S. Howell, James D C. for duty, they will be rcceivs.l, Each Company eight years as a practical WATCHMAKER, flatten dctscription, enr< on iupplloaUuii

hi14eIphl$. hruugI* tickeli, with tt4 lrisitJ.kPpIll CiiUilmil aiid SalLies II. XUkola, partner, &.:, ia Xo. 10 white Xo. l1ashcypreswhite., mind coiuikt vf one Captain, two Lieutenant?, tr.mi'tjlf ti t he U fal'y competent to give entire For Membership address.

; at I'h1'1 aiitI the city Charleston, iu the State of South Carolin I'I.PARTIEaT, oak boarls, Xa.jine.12 Uark walnut, cherry, mahogany. four Sergeant, four Corporals, and at leist eittj satbfictivn to those wh
I, the jUt' in *vinnh aUCMTl *, aud the iiid Difmd.tct, lien-tiles. R. W Bureau of Consl'n, Eouip't, and Repair, Xo M white.ashnaps, and l.irkurv Jmrs.Xo Private; and each private and noiui-ommysiouet watched, ie.repaired in a workmanlike manner. either of the principal offices.- & .

5JM Fire to Ngara nr rur.il.', 828; LuIirI Andrew, in th. city of H.iUiuiur, in the State o'.M June 2, IS5S. 21 iron. ,Xo. 2J nails. Xo. 23 lead officer should supply! hiniaclf with a good double- Art persons having good watches which, how r'KnickerbacLprMagrmine, 343 Broadway, Jfe**'
jpikw ,
Ei3 o Ia.AV.tIt aa lau.1. Ther f.irc, on mi.tion of Felix Luiug SEALED PROPOSALS to furnish Naval Sup- iinn, tin. Xo 21, iron Xo. 25, h irdwareXo. barrel or rifle gnu aol shot l>og. ever, do not '.erf.ernt well, and are now but of Y Or, Western OSce, 166 Water treet.SandnikyCENTREL ,-
Uhilapv.i&4, ULUU .t MARTIN.'I tons K.MJ: Solicitor for i4 I CumpUmnutji, it i if ordered l Iho fiscal sear ending 3 0th) June, 27, paints, oils, 4c. Xv. b9, ship chao.llery. Captains robing Compiinic are requeued to report order, will d> w.U to call'on Mr. Urothe, whose "1 oc29. jr .
tuu:1Er.: I i37 rill bu received at this bureau until doVlock terms are "no cure to
without pay.
at of
itiid to
tlittt IkTrndanu, do appear and au- No, 43, tank and galle iron. Xo. 44, chain irun.X me delay, Alligator, care
.T.s. r. 6. BtDfl.: of the 8th of next Those R. Ocala Mr U. aTa'il. hinuvlfof this opjiortanitr to tender
.itCti&r1citufl fwertn cud hilt uf Complaint, on or before thu p in July 45, ingot Xa. ID, woalJaig sand, A lioxley ; care of dipt Robert Bul-
frt Monday iu November uixt, or a decree pro 1riIo5.Lis in uft be endor-d "Fropusd.jur .Voro/ straw Ac. tfojiper. loch, or at Cay-Port, cam of John E Johnson, at bU aimero thanks tu the citizen* of this place STAGE

Notice* eonfereo, vrill bo t.ikvu ngaiiiitt tui'in. And it is 5uiic.s, Uurcan of Cmurvt/um, ijc.," that COMPORT, VIRfllXIAXo either of ttbuh points I will receive their Con pauios. and its vicinity for the liberal patronage hitherto .

fter the fuMitI of ttrs further ordered, that publication of thi' order be they umy be dbtiiuuUhud train other bu iuee* 1. white-oiA |.Unk M.K.U l>pe* that by a determination LINE.
q'1Tr li-t June 23 to please ho will merit a continuance of
1 *. 1In. W. *. > nr. made in sonic detoiuivior puMiabed within the oak >mio tnubT. Xo 6, yellow-pit.c plank -
I ,.4ke, 1 p'-y 1 he inntcri.i! an 1 articlig cnLnc in the cas- pn 'us their conJ)4otti-c) an Eastern Circuit
> Florida
< u.wdtk fur four
XSB 1i3( .J7, U1U.-O stock Jo Xo S mint anl tim FROM
earl,fit ks'. t R&i Land W arrct. o. iiiiiiied uie dfkcnbed in s. yellow-pino pjr Salamander 1 ,) and FLEMIXGTOX to OCAv l
mouths sits p.irticularly printed Lightning
cottreculivcly previous tu tLo said Ci t ash
> ber. Xo hite Xo. Jl ,
C 11Lthi. 10, % pine. cypress
l Jhu UAYe. LA, somi-.wei.kly, carrying the United tat ..
A.Ifnrrt3 sthe1ule'any of nhUh will be fumUhcd to rnihus !
Monday ul uext. nmliopny. CON IUTO1tM. -
Uh.Y, elm boar.ls Xo li bl.Kk walnut berry, "
t2th. Given at Chamber, tins the igalccatil day cf dcre to otfer, ou application to the cuuitnauJ- Xo 13, 1"vuit. X<*. 11, white-ah ,ors ant These are the only Permanently Sife ittagnoliaST. Ljouc Mail ani ,JACKSONVILLE ant einuwetlej w STACKS tU TAI44hSSLZ. :

,_! June, A D. 1355.WILLIAM. ant of the rerp'-Liive navy-yanLi, or to the navy hickory birs. Xo 13, lck! 5prme Xo 13, lignuinvita LIGHTENING RODS a-s M44U4. .
ucarcct thereto, and thoMJot ill the ACGCST1.\E. E. F. TOIL, and with TAMPA and PALATtfA STAOJi? .
1 0flC1 A. FORWARD agent id l U.X" .
% Xo 2l'. nupsition a corp r na invented. OCA LA.
J udgo.I upon nppluution t<> this bureau. This division 21, irun. Xo 22, *pike uniN. Xo. 21. lead, yet ; establishment has been at,'
noDibi: *.fler date appl'icalim will be madUtUIl"o into cl.iii'N being fur the convenience of dealersiu THE insnl.ntinu i' perfect, and not tahjei to This Jibe owners announce that they are running
that the above contain oil,
hereby certify, a tius hardware Xo 27
X25 ,
the JuJ eof PrvluUc vf l>uvalT.fcra each: such i>ort ions only niil l he furnished MB line, tin. painU, impair as in the cae of thoco of ordinary const ruestrurtinn. renovated during the past summerpsiutw'.l and will continue to ma, comfortable Stge oa
copy uf the original order filed ia icy cEce, usappeer Ac. Xo- 23, fl-n can\as. Xo 23, CttiJui tanvas.Xo .
The article for itself and those accommodation
speaks this line for the of
of ,
Adiuinittratrix cleaned Ac. and u Pamenpenvi
a" for such bids. The now
(.. 6w l dwcburr are actually require comraanJant ,
( the file cf tk Court. twin Xo. 31 Xo.
and glass.
ruin > 30 Cx cotton
intsr-o.t.I in the of their hou will
f Wilt.iiin S. ijuaJun, lal* .f *aid anl Lay agent tif curb station will *ecnr ty es, atisfv ready for i WRIGHT CATHfiY.AgeaU .
lb. jt&te F. FCARLOROIV.H 34 hriu-Les. Xo.
32, leatUr. Xo 33, hose. Xo bv Mr M. REED
themselves A.
calling OB .
the schedules of the other
Clerk i'irruit ( ourt C411. Couutvliy a ff'fy yards Xo. i7 tAr ,
35, bunting Aud dry gootU. pitch ,
orilr. WALTER
EL L. TONAL1ON, f'r examination from which it be of Jabksonviiio. FU, K1PP, 'BOARI> M.SCARBOROUGH, .
only, jalicd ERS-AC.
Clerk. may .
oil. Xv
Admm-ytratru. L)1uty roam. Xo. 38, tallow, soap ship our mid Agent i'ur the erection of these rods in I Agent at Newuaa'viU..
JIIl5 lt5C-Cm whether it will be dtutraVIc to make nrplk. For the future Air .
June 2?, ISjGJaiIu ebandlerr. Xo. 40, ttioery. Last Florida. Thumpaon, a lady posses JOHN LEA.sept.
1 .
lion fur them.t'ffen1 sing every qu.iliCcutioii, aaj the advantage of long
Jane 17 4 rTor DWYER It .
roust be made for the whole class at will have the The Agent OcaJA *-;
Circuit Court ia' t tin Circuit ol 1lor any -Xo is authorised tu experience, superintendence.
uppUcntion will le made j Ua lor Columbia Count) yard upon ono of Lbs printed iKhediie! or in bale or Ihrc our pattern in East Florida one, bat our above named nso subscriber soli-jits a continuance of past favors nnar -

SlXercUtfttrtliilr -f Probate Doval I strict coufuruity therewith, cr they will not be the present management, every exertion, with Rare Cliance is Offered to
D. 4 A.
(uih3-ly tii
C.n 'y, fur L.Urr of Adu itiU.ration ua the EU *- William II. GiUiland Sidney Sllonell considered. A good Wagon and a small but gentle andbrisk Agent. ) he; assistance; the present loste.-, will bw made

.j llenrr LiniLtav, decea1 Jatncs liland, nut Jas All articles mu t ba of the very best quality, pair of Mules ; a young and gentle to give generul satisfaction. The houje in d airabiy i
Blacksmith and
JIys, tLiw JA1E S I.AT1MER.MITILC. It. kiu1c, coniormnble to sample, fize, Ae j to be delivered Cu gy HOMO an-1 a secondhand Duggy. Also Georgia Slillitary: Institute, situated, theAiry Wheelwriht.

__ .rehants nn 1 frnrvivingeepartner*, | Rill for in ;good or Jar and in suitable % cs cU and pack for hire two trusty Boys, one a Carpautor, the Rooma Clean and fitatnrf.3 itself
; using and titling uuJerthe nauc cf Fureii"surc ages. as tbe ca.-e may l he, ut the expense and rikcf other h-muly at any work. Also for Sale, at moderate furnished Iiaul.cof'elj.NuIjin THE subscriber offers for sal*, hUsLope aa4

IL Ire brrely forewannM from tr tlli1.44p, llowelllCo, of the constfoitor, and in all reej-cdj rur.jevt to rice. to actual sctllert, (but not to tpecu- 105 feet square, coavenieaey *Himt d-to'
A awjfurarnini ftruw .. Note of band, pivtnJjtWwiUcrberio r*. Mortgage the icfpection, cicaruretncnt, count, weight, in later) Mime 20 cr 40 df-iral) buildings Lot in wantziig, the depot end bnxineu get e rally- Caw be plu
ory OEO. Being! entirely built of wood which render it free chased with without tool-i
Ii. Ik** (or hi* wife, I 1hnjsrnin i G Tbrouton and ?tcphen tint] of the yard where rci'eiteu, and to the entire the western suburbs of the eily.Appiy MAiUhlTA, or ,on good term.
ent wmfmUrl f"r lie iry mui tuin ot ni&t>t->i>lztfTrtilitJIin L": Davis, Charles M. LV.b, ail Partition atiafucticn uf the comiu-iu: 1-mt thorof.f. at Mr. CORKS Cottage Academic year is divided from dampne The room connected by Folding P. S. lifts ou hand 1 .Buggy waggon, 1 Cart,
THE Ioios, with Fireplaces, and biicds to w1ul.wsopening ant!4 Pair wheels couiplera, also k>t of
SeJwitVs.Jacksonville a
and anted auiMrnu nbuut the Ju.t.pii A. IaunitViidhig if Ltddery are nfjrrtd to the ynrdi fur y.irnj.lfs; Ovt <;:f Mr. Wei waggot*
two of tve months -h. The
tesmi ea< the PMZZA and
through to aCftrir a deightfnl anil Boggy springs, also a quantity of mad
1 1850lsi.CHEAP
IS56. All ',Ierhtsi&ts uudcr the mine 1 and Jewi.tion of the articles and, Junt
W it OrtoUr or flrt of November, a partu-uUr [ ; Tenth Sa.-ion LOmmcRcef on the 20th of February promenade of 300 feet, and protects thehoii.e work; suitable for Farmers and Tmber getter.
eill tMke ttottrr. that I ljall nt bf Davi*. Kolb! i Fanning, u.lltrculrn all other tbiiigs being eoual, jircferencu wi.l be and en.ls the 19th of }
|,4w j.leM CASH next, on July. from rain, cold wind-, ic., and forms a deightfal al|of which can bo bought vrry Jor-cl and see.
( TtkidiMXe uulcit 4ul.CiilML| by 1rsrIh urn.Uttritiue R. %V. Andrews. givrnlo artulci of American manul'dctars.Kvcry The Cadets are divided into fjur Collogi! CN*. KETUTAT from conr neaiect at all season Hay 24-tf JAS A. T ARMER I '

fur lucL it tra r'vtu h-u f.ii1.! Till! Coniplainw.tii! in ibis cause, iiVIflf? til* offer, u* required by the law i-f 10th 4 ; sea The Annnu.1 C'jinraem''ment takes f Uce on of the year. Tire Ilou-ie i is situated in a central 1 i

OWEN; PAKKER.1AC Cl )d their lull of (Complaint, and it ap- Auguxt, l>iG, iiiu.t l.c uocompauied by a written 9 ; ;vro WeduciJay Lelore the 20th uf July. H>gittf>n, t'tcin: ; the South, and retired 1'roiu other I f;; ; ii i

:* Kivtr, June yi, 153l [july 3-3m) peering the affidavit of Wili'ain 11. GilliUiud, guaruiitec, tl.e foriueof uhkh arebcrcwitb gisc.n.Tbu'e Atrnrvtc sr.irr.Col. houses. It c-'Utaiu.i 45rooiud, and conreuicnciesn e s.

one of sail: complainants tlit all of siid Di'fenl- vnly whose offer muy l>e atccpfed will % A. V. BRl'MBY. A. M.. general, null fur accunuuodatiou conrut be sar- OFFICE F. A it G. CEXTUAL KAIL ROAD, ) 4 .1
ant reside beyond the limits of thi* State, to nti be notified, IUH! UC eoutratt will be forwarded a;
of LettcT* in Defend nt Ecnjamiu G Throuton, at thereafter practicable, \vhnb they will le nuI.eruLoutvr.i anti trot. ot ..1atnemaicsan. pa.serlP. > JACKSONVILLE, FLA-, June 12. 1556. JpHE .
: remaining the aid Kin *e -! Natural Philosophy. SMy rbjett in advertising the above, is to I Stockholders of the Florid?, Atianik A
Purt CSce ou toe 1st cf Jnly, DaLhnaga, in the State i/f Georgia, the said Defend required to execute with.n ten duy* after its receipt Wilson Wintcrnitz, TIIO MtCONXCU.. make know to lily friends that thiS i1)Use, for the _L Gulf Centra! Rail Road are hereby Erttifieil

itrttI>l Lciub. Vf Vfia ut* fctej'hcn T. Davis, Chatle M. Kolb in and tb ; at thc pvol oG j or navy age'ncy nawed by Kcpcclfu'.ly iufonn the Ladles Gentlemen Caj.t.Commandant of CsJets, uud Prof of Eng'necrln future, will gvo eatUfacti'ia as represented, or uo that a filth instalment o: ve per can!. upon the ..

Arm, Jane Lambeth, C JAiilr& Joseph A. Fanning ths city of Augusta tltera.Sureticfin. of JdcUor\ills aad surrounding country that they charge will Le iaa J j. I s'jl.cit a trial. Capita! Stock of said Company harbeen caUe in, ,
fttate if Georgia, anl the said DifenJaut Hercules the full mount will be reqoircd toed their and beautifurgtock Mr. V. II. MAXOET.Prof B. E. CATJJ. b,.fora the
Ljmnn Jtev Mr4, 5 ..1Airi have now cpi'ied new to bo paid en or &ft ea of July next.
1C. Vf. Andrew iu the city of Baltimore iuiht the contract, an 1 their re.-ponfibility ccrtiS- Goods of of French and History. !
S'1i LPi:1iton JiiiS of Spriri- and Summer conaUUjig partly St. Augustine, Dee. l-3ra ly order of th: Board
Therefore motion: of eJ'tol.ya L'a.Ud States district judge, United Mr. W. II. HUNT. A. M.
f41Ift.;; t *>rilmil > Statfl "f$ JaryUuJ. ou j DRY GOODS. l G-C. GIBES.
rtig Lll'U..Uni, "E= Solicitor for jaidComplain- Mates district attorney, lct.tor! or n.ty ageut Proff Chemistry aui Eciluh Literature. & Harness |
Liiiual i!', T RorafcH.iA.31H 14ucehc,. flLaeyC qr. Cariagc Depository, Sec'y i Treasurer F. A. 4 (I. C K. R. Or
UI9tLAUiuhft a41U, il U ordered, thai .osi4 Defendants doaprar A ud.1iti'nnl security, nicety per lettum wU! teuithheid Calicoes, Muslins. TSarajrc?, Hinghrxm?. .Mr. J. B.; (GOODWIN' -

C / and wwer tonaid Hill, en or Lef r.' the) Cr.t 1ou- from the amount ot the bills until the Jackt-ncts and Checked Cambric's Black Professor cf Drawing. AT THE WHITE HOUSE, 1 NOTICE. -

diller. U' V lay ii X veu.ber licit, or A Decree pr"Hmfej cuntrjct kliall ha\e been completed, and eighty per l ColM Silks Chnmbrays Challies. Capt. R. S. CAMP. tTr.aL!: .* South-West Corner of \ PPLICATIOX will bo made taV non r the
tbeu. And it U further rdrrcd. each iu the an< XX Jiid, cf the Circuit Court tit the Eastern
LtIwaie,M SurahBiwlu latbews, CLm mid bo Uk.cn against uutum fit bill, approved triphcute by lileadieJ and Afsts't Profe'Wor of Mitberaaticg. MEETING and V/ESTWOETH ST ESTS, ,
ifiu M that publication "f thUordT bo nia-Je in otnmaudant of the rv. Morris S. C.
SirStlryCarri. ,
1) -
the Ea tern UnLleacLc'l Homespun. Irish Linens, Srrgion. to law for to sell certain .
Mine jutlishcd wilhiu > by the navy agent wilUiu thirlUuys after iUreeiitation ac>t>rding pcrmiisi-ip
MI:: u J D rKentm reEpel.er CARRIAGES cf at the lowes
*, f The Ine'litutioo is und the direction and management every
ii. four nwcths him. and *
; !liDtJ0Ln Circuit cf FWidi, nco a uoek for > to Danm) k Table Cloths Napkins. J ,
Ml hand and article sold
sOncil iou5 the said fzt MonJ It u cli ulate 1 iu the contract that if default of a Board of Trustee, in conjunction prices always on no esccpuch belonging to the Estate of Peter Puns, deceased,
f+irj, A Ww ouemwutUely, ire ylu | E. L. C. Uanki-rcliitfs, Fancy
J MMUlDC IMajxjr, with a Board of Visitors appointed ly the Governor as can be warranted lit the fullest term, by '
CIHiLcPjohu XoveuiW next.Giiu he made l by the parties vf the Crut part in delirrlog GJovys and Mitts.EiuhruM. for the me of hu heirs aid creditor "f sai-l estate. ,, t I
K ?tlk Triimnmg's.Silk July 8-tf M. II. XATUAX.
of the S'.nfe.By
at Chambers, thin the eighteenth Jay if all or any of the article mentioned of the ray 10-tf JOHN 31. P X&>
'bspti; L O1ictc, Jute, A D. 1B3G.WILLIAM. nality and at the tiiuo anti place provided, then, .. and Grass Skirts, Plain cudFig'J. an act of the Legislature the In'titnte has Dental Xollce. ;racksonviIe, April 0, '56. AJininUtraTor
Odfl,3Lbhfl Uonnets been furnld'-cd with lit Cadet Muskets and Accoutrements .9.3
C.iL7a.11.IEL. A FORWARD, aril i"i that case, the contractor and his euret.c Ribbons, Silk and Straw v.S.I'isTw ILK would respectful1 .

r P rk rker r,, HAP L S Judge. will fuufeit and pay to the United States as liquiatcd Silk Illusion and Uobt-nets, Miul'ni an J ( and a brass Field Fattery and, two consiftin twelvul c of- 1 y inform the iUt6nnf Juk>op\ille tad its vicinity rOTJUBEY THOU woRxa f

cg,o w j Pearson, VCtaPetersoB I hereby certify, that the above il ft true copy daqisgcK a. cud fcf money eaaal to twice Cambric Ljl eins. Culls rs. Cliimesetts cur under aix.1vunder Howitzers. pieces that,bar ug"[ cncd si. ogi--c ip tho Da tienan R. W DIG OS 4 Co. 5uL

late, Fhn Mr A Sr the ontro-U ord'er. filed in any oQcc, a.tru < pf .*ri the apiouDt of the cuutrait prices therein agreed and Sleeves. Artifi'l. Flower and Tabs, The and Coramandint are Gallery, on Ft.rylh t-treet will attend to all brunches '- Jarlmntilte, Flo. ,
W.AJWRobtC.il lUc iile of this Court.S.rJCARDOROIGH. urn a* the {'ricp to be T'; ij iu e.iso cf the actual Fans Umbrellas Superintendent gradiate of DEX1 (3TRY, in the most proved and
PayneV VfPbep Musqneto Netting. Panis thereof whuh .
$ LijiiiJated damages careful A
S1errj delivery buy assortment oAc. Uutery the West Point the be assured for Steam Engines, Saw Mill? Sugar Mil'
public ,
and a large plan, may
J hAt } Clerk Circuit r iurt Cot Countr.JJy be recovered or retained fiotu time to time as they r Nerves of aching t.et.h destroyed without
iiilarj A TLosPaypuu that its government, dLjciplisc and ccur n of aiil Pans, Gnat Mills, Hone Powers.Jrop and
CltrLJure from tho said of the at A. 2-2ni ,
Eu.., S. 5 MOCE Deputy scrue parties part or pain
V studies will be ktrictly enforcedTERMS. Brkis Castings, and every Tarwfy i f Machinery.- 4
LI1ALW 23, 1650-4me. iiherofthcio. C1othhg. and BUvkouith Work Saw Mill I
Quaett,1lJ Casing, Forging ,
6 8 to be delivered THERf(4jJflT
ldIItG2 Classes 1,2,4, ,7, oneourtb -
IeJfuA. nT3 tufore the IStb iay one-fourth Dress Coats, Flannel Shirts, Tuition, Board, V.'a.-hiog. Fuel, Lights, Hire of Steamboat, and other repairing.
bwm part ou or ,
j p kuL.rt.,, the 20tb July ono.fourtb by the2ltbcpuioler ) 4' Panti, Negro do Musician;, and all ether contingent eiperjses, per fffllffE[ They will continue the manafactnje and keepS

Ys'i F Sflu.Stppbea ) ei4, L I 00,000 part by and the remaiuder, by part the lit Dcc viaher \itt*, Hats nnl Caps, a.sorte.& session of fire months, in advance, 9112 50. constantly oa hand, jherr variety of Plows, Tirabej
i, N tba RYflel. 1357L'litbsea .Nua. 3 and y-the whole by Stocks and Cravat. Shirts and Collar burgeon' fee, per aonuni, &5- IS now open for the accommodation of Travellers, Cats, Chains, At, to which they respectfully iii
1tiMiCa$3 I.Sh1UTflJ IIOUT3 & WIIOi: further obtain bo will End health vite eatronage. july 8lyJUSTICE'S .
the 15th 4ay, 1&57. The rcuiaiaiug tl liaxos to Persons desiring information c n particularly Invalid., and -
.aeTLD & SJno3Slh IMFZiOVFDJfYAflAPLA one-fourth ttfore the Lady's Enameled Bouts, Men' Boots, course, a copy of the Regulations" by addressing the the comforts that this country afford The Table
illt be delireied- part ou or COURT FOR JACKStfX-
Ia. Uij.bt one-fourth before colored Ties, flue i Superintendent ANDREW J. 1IAX5ELL, will be furnished with the choicest delicacies of the J s
iflTTEEY let September belt, port ou or VILLE DISTRICT will infulure.be
G.eIIh.dNSil: >;le.tra! P Joe : one-fourth be01 I' m do Shoes i Slippers, Dec. 15. lS55-3n Secretary. season, whilst unremitting attention will be given ,* held 1
Gutit L be lit December next, part oa or on[the first Mondays instead et the third Monday
S ** Gaiters 7
b.raiion B At silk Gaiter, Congress tbui e2arU iafuture.
to please, success might crown
let of and tbe remainder be- cf
viM e the April on or each and every M&Dtb. Thoso interested Will
H Jl I
trog n I
I' Rip ,
Snuly.AFiKlowerf the State nf Alabama. 30th June 1357 comprising itt each de- kM! Slippew, Ti't'liargC3 m dt rate. take
MELIST By Authority of eur the Gaiters Youth's fo poato notice/
UN 3 Misses cold Rich Caaio ISAAC GARKASOX,
of eaib article. Clau 10
L,5 irery a due proportion Boot Jxo..JV.PRICE, ;
Lebe5 FedgwirhVnt Uootsl Slippers Shoe *, Bay.Port, Hcrnando Co., Proprietor JastseesofthwF.
LII follow if allitionil frM. P.
all qiotiuiuiiiJijbeyxitbe DEWEES
ra4as., i. !tT. Salisbury.W PSUrue T Southern Millitirj Accadciu}' au articlt-8 ing named therein are demanded,! tjo Together with Negro a large Citgans.assortment of AND MOSAIC JEWELEY. South Florida. |JeeI-tfJ I. W7KATOX, S Peaeej.3ek.onyille

tu be furnished on like terms and conditions May 10- ISOG1fl1ORYJMr.XT1L
11'1AYIr. $urninJobg! ire JW 1'AIW! THE subscriber having just returned from NOTICE.
DM4, Jag hlnkllT >ievioun to the expiration ot( the ftsc.i.l year, upon .1 New York with a large and beautiful variety -
"MtmJeo MSilcoi l TO Bt 1'UAWi IK WOMnOMERY. A L A3 All A xccivtng u udtue of filt en dayo from the bureau, CUTLERY: c.f % LL persons hiving any claims er demand; '

jllni, E Wade THfIiSBT, JULY 10th, ISvC, the couiiukndrfnt of the yard, or navy ugent GROCERIES, $c., f c. fl. against the Estate of Redden J.Tu'.cn. Ute Sign :
Speorer i Ce.hl As the law required the prcpayiu ntof postaXTSOQS Purchasers will find it to their interest to call Jewelry, Silver-Ware, k Fancy of l>uval county, deceased, are required to present ; .

3SMi lefle.r, A F WIlES I'IMZES AMOUXTlNn TO desirIng the commandant of the yard fbe and examine our Stock, at the Carolina corner, them, properly authenticated according to Uw, an
LIWTA,Heur Smith, L MTia&eton $205,000. nary agent: to send them by mall schedule* or before purchasing el* where. A* we shall take Goods, within two years frotit the date hereof, or this I PMXTIXG.

'4, H C.pt 2 RKKpJert such cliir a* they desire should enclose in their treat pleaiure in trying to please all those who respectfully invites the public to an examination notfce will be plead in bar of the payment thereof. TIE fnhscriter.letagunw pormanentfy locaUr!. I

.StM J tVotTr Will be distributed asoording to the fulloK'.cgtnagniScent application postage stJUiip to cnt-ure their trau e\.av favor us with a call. AU orders from the of his stock, comprising as it docs, some of the And all persons indebted to said Estate are requested I offers his services to the citizens of Jaelwnnviile '

WGeo2 ri L Scheme 1 (U.uibn, but applioution to this bureau for such uinntry, shall be promptly attended to. richest and most fotkiocablestyles of Cameo, Mosaic to make immediate payment to iu Ute above branches, and solicits a than L

MsEZi., TiLE CLASS CNEW SERIES. schedule* Kill not require prepayment Jacksonville Fla, April 12, 1356 Lava and Scroll Jewelry in great variety. MARTHA A. TUTCy, of pktrocage. JA3IFS IIAROZSS.l .

R.v Tucker, W John SCHEME. Alto Silver.Ware and Fancy Goods, suitable for April 26. lS55-6 Administratrix.Frasrr $- N. C.-Gildirg, Graining, Broniinj, At -
Underwood, J Joha FORM OF OFFER. holiday and other presents,which will be sold cheap with neatness and diMtth. I
M..t1j1 Ym White M 1 Prize of . 33.000 is . 35,000 executed
R j I.-. of State of ,here Notice. fut aolm. Iuovl7-tf} GEO. FLAGG. & Thompson April. 23-ly.
"iJuL,* White, Vf AVaUon 1 dfc . 10,000 is . 10,000 ( ,
1 do . 5,000 i ii . 5,000 by agree to furnish and deliver at the respective FACTORS AND June l-t-3t_ Jacksonville F.* I
L1t71 j j1 U Vf 1 do . 2,000 is . 2,000 navy-yard alt the article named in the cla se* the purpose of closing up the business ofBELLfcdIAS.5E row COMMISSION MERCHANTS 1 NEW HOTEL.MESIIAL -

LSCAOTi(. Walker, J g 1 do . 1,2001a . 1,200 hereunto annexed] agrpefrbly to the provUion of FOR FIXEOAN at Jack- NEW YORE &C-
the scheduled therefor, and in comloruiity with Xansan Mill, Florida, PHILADELPHIA, : ; Adgers fforth Wharf
'LHJ. WrihtTbi. I do. . 1,100 is . 1,100 oqville, and the business
L..111,15, j10 Ward i ell M Mrs I da . 1,0001. . 1,000 tho advertUinont of the Bureau of Co&struotiuo, the undersigned will sell at Pnblio Auction 'it Savannah &Charleston Steamship Lines. Charleston, 6. C. HOUSE

Ll. Wa M'hittimore, WWentworth I do. . 900 is . 900do iecf Juso2,185C. Jacksonville, Fla, on the 1st day of August, IwG, rarti'K E. TTSASOl \ PAUL S. THOtTSO ,
ImS K Should offer be accepted I to be CABIN PASSAGE O-STEER.&GE $2. I SAVANNAH, GICO.
C 1 . is 800do iiiy request the following property, to will
Wheeler JaG, N I . 620 is . 620 addressed ut t and the contract for One TTW-Gaiig Saw Mill complete, with twenty The well-known first class Steamships LI VCIl Y STAISLU.subscriber rilTS HOUSE has been enlarged and improve '
warded to the navy agent at to attached -located on the River large and airy tingle and soils of roemj,
'Iej Wellar 10 do. . 200 is . 2,000 acres of land KEYSTONE STATE, 22 .
; *. FYouDgblood 10J ;csltig f Xaoey ( ) (Signature .) plete, with ten acre of land attached-located CAPT. K. 111RPIE, tullE will keep conJL > except pr.ccs. 4

1.7 VStgi the ktJU7C hUt 74.a. U7 APPROXIMATIONS. The schedule which the Hddtr encloses mutt near Jacksonville, Florida. One good Dwelling STATE OF GCOKGIA, ftantlyon hand supply good JIORSE3 i K.1LPH JIELDRIM,
( f tL' tuay get tliOfl. 4 True cf $2 00 are . Vl00 of land attached. _,, farnislo.l March 22-3t
Approximate hit and each oftfiem tlgned Houe witn about 0ft en acres i rr.ttrrJ. b.i Cncavan. to Piopriet. ::1Djng
bt putted to ofer, by
1VL. G LOTIIE. P.M. it H I&Oars. 600 J. /, CARVI.V,
4 Men Tw. Lot* in Jackson CATT. Horsej boarded the
himOpiMttile each article in tilt tcheJult the Nineteen likolyjfegro ; any part of tbo t.nntry.
-- 400
Br iiiit; to Jail A .u. tt I' 100 60 are .. 320 price ,mutt be *tt,tht amount carried out, the aggrcgvte villa; Onellorne and Uuggy; About iwcnty-uve Will hereafter farm a WEEKLY LINE to PHILADELPHIA single feed, day, week or month. Ty moderate and Renovating Kstabliahmcnt. U
are of lands in Sowau County j About and attention he 'ropes tnt gain a
fatted up fur each class, and the amount Hundred acre tailing EVERY SATURDAY. al- charges pcuonal 'I.
0r iejt. Xegro Uau about 25 or 2S 4 M 54 120 are . 2nS ILLcwias vrUten in vordt. Eight Hundred acres of landinDuval county; from SAVANNAh and CHAKLES- liberal abne of niitronige. Stable on Adams-st, I

Sn St Ice. end aboet 5 feet 6 or 7 incites; 4 .4 a, roarp. 200 Four Timber Carts; One Iron Safe ; some oflioe TON t.rnalely follows, : in tho west p..rt of the town. lie also has lots for 73 York street, rear ef tho Coast Rouse,
IS owned by William S. Harm ofr 4 if 40 are 160 Boats AqJiors, le., Ae. as the accommodation of Wagoners and DroPrers.
.. FORM OF GUARANTEE. Furniture ; The K ytone State will nil from Savannah the SAVAXXAHr GEO. .
r, Fir, and bis i jL. 4 if 30 are . 120 Land will be sold oa one, two novI7- MEKEDITII EAE30X. I
name and
h.SV1., says 4' ', 23 . 112 The undersigned, cf -, In the The Mills following Saturdy -April 12lh and 26ih, May w [rE.aUis1iedl82.1 .
cer* are requested to come Car 4 are of- and of i in the and three year time, with g" d and approved security 7th and 21st Leaving Philadelphia
., 4 22 . 68 Sute ", -, lOch and 24th, June mirE SUBSCRIBER, greatful to his Patrone
:4I proper!*, pay nil charges and take 4 are that in the the Kegroe* will be tddon one yw*time \Vlthdrawal of Lands Iu i'lurIdu
State of-I-, hereby guaranty case ; the alternate Saturday Notice land friends for their eonfinnad favors,would
be 20 .
, *Ci be dell with aonordiug tu 40 M I0are..4.000 are foregoing bid of--- for any of tbe elaspcs there with good security t all other article for eah.- The State of Georgia will sail from Charleston and Alabama.IX aatteJ that he b now prepared to Clean, or Dye all

: JasLe.n A. UOUARTII, leo "U 31-2 121,500 in named bd accepted, that he or they will, within Those wishing to embark in tbe lumber business the allowing Saturdays-April 5lh and I9tb, colors] on Silk and Woolen Dresses,. Shawls, 4c., I

' .Jiine28. Jailor DC.rilr 13,000 aae ten day after the receipt of the contract at the will do well to attend the sale.JOSEPH. FIXEGAN May 3d, 17lh, and 31st, June 14th and 28th- which; he trusts will generally please all, woa may

__ port office named or navy agent designated, exe Leaving Philadelphia the alternate Saturdays.In fitvorihitn with their La/ties' white
$ patronage.
HOTICE.Circuit 15,000 Prises amounting to , the with and uf.Coient JOSEPH OLIVIER, accommodations these
cote the contract for same good strength, speed and Crnpej Shawls cleaned and bleached in the
: .f Florida- Uuyal Co. S10-Halvc8 5-Qaarfprs 1jO. sureties t and incase said shall fail Fxecntors of J. I). Eellechagae, deue d chips are fully equal to any running or the coast, pursuance of the act entitled "An act granting best maaner, or dy 4 any color that may be very required.

t4ZzJ&tnI to enter into contract as aforesaid, we guaranty Jacksonillp, June 4, 13o6. [June 14-IdI J Inland navigation, 100 mile OB Delaware Jilter public lands, in altenute sections, to the Ladies' Bonnet*, bleached, djed and

,.. EAM'L S\VA Agent s.d Manager Abi., to make good the difference between the offer of and Bay; two nights at sea. State* of Florida and Alabama, to aid in the COB press* d in the most bionabto style.

Mqptgomery, the said -- and that which may be accepted. .NOTICE.WM. Agent at Philadelphia, HERON & MARTIN, ft met ion of certain railroads| in said Staten, approved Gei itlecnea's garments cleaned, dyed or renovated. -
1.tflraE. Agency at "APOTHECARY 1IAL.I'JackaaiUo LEDWIT1I will act as uiy agent during at Savannah C. A. GllEIXER- 17th May, 1856, all the Ian Is lying within be
* ii Agent 4* tuny required, in the sam e superior
)M4inL ) L.gs fJed Ia 11$. of two guarantor f n'n'J T1IOS. LEO WITH.
t t'4 I arg Eisuatures my absence, Agent at Charleston, T. S. A 2. G. LCDD. fifteen miles ou each side of the following raitrtada style) wbkb lisa generally much pleasext his ftrons *-

. u tsS4 IMCead.t appearing vpo due proof Tioa*& Wit.a awl Jvsr's Ew.'s,. (bita ) May 10-m April 2, 1856 apl2-3ui and brands named in said act, to wit :- ind frientU. $

mlcShiIordar.LL I. .iMDr a44 uident of Sworn CorumUkioner* Uj snperinteod the DrawinjK 1llnwu. From Et John's river, at Jacksonville, to the When parcels are sent by Railroad or Steam.

.lal2&et- g t1.1 UM C urt that notice of J). L tUrs eunt&lisusj nxeuejr will b. stnctljranded hereby Certify that tb, above puncj- In Circuit Court Pastern Circuit of Flor- FOR SALE.' waters of Dicaifbia bay, near Penaaoola; from boats, word saemld le tent bias by letter through ) ;

- 'I1.PKaSaidCirti&1uTth.uit U In piras to Ueaod coufidential. ____ are known lo me as men of property and able to ida, Duvil Couuty.SAMCft .ML THAT VALUABLE PORTABLE SAW Amelia Island, in the Atlantic, to the waters o( the Pont-OQce., so that he may know where to call

o.c Gthi paco 0(511(7pr4 .- wake good their guarantee. ErrriJGTOH, ) An. Attachment. JjiMILL' of about 20 horse power,- now situated Tampa bay, with a branch to Cedar Key, on the for them. Alt orders from Jacksonville. Fla:,

& Lsitg L.a duly apw HARPERS'MAGAZINE (Signature.) r*. )VDamage $10,000. Sum on the Plank Load three miles frorn tows. Ou.ifof Mexko, (except the Tampa, bay portion can bb handed in to Mrs. Darkness, Mill ner
4bLeiu.U %
p IJe h.v.bj perioD. iat.es- (Dat.) WrLUAV P. Sues, J Sworn to 95,000. Applyb GEO. W. CALL, south cf it*junction with the Cedar Key branch;) Adanjs street, third house west from Ocean street.

t. s&i Hill t appear, plead ad anL To be epenZ by tht United State dUtrict rplIE Defendant and all others interested, are PA RAM MOODY, and from Periao-U, Florida,to Montgomery, Alabama JulV 21-Iy ALEiAXDER. GALLOWAY,

4uplaot wi&hiD alit/ day judge, Untied State district attorney, 'collector, J. hereby notified of tbe commencement of this febl6-tf S. X. WILLIAMS have, by ioatruetions from this'otfl., beau 4
: or Lh.aa. wU1bo 4ht.' ; and suspended$ $ from sale and location, until further -
O? ,t4ryq-tnandne Suit Ly Attachment, are required to appear 1 BALM OF AAl
; end plead to the same, judgment will be enter- orders ? -
A. FORWARD. JTor Snln.: Tbe following are the clMe required st the 1 ed up by default at the next term of said Court. LAND WARHANTS Given under ay band, at the General Land office

? Judg.tIu.ldCosrti rerpectiI yards t J p. 3AVDErl'f'S'JBSI TUB UNPERSinXED will par CASH fa at Wasianjloa, this twenty,third day of Mar oitt'iitbj71atutt.

; .w4 SAflEj1% EOIL.LG1 AT: THE JJCOKSTORE. : 14, IS3C-3 .Atfy (at 1'ft <-WAWIRASTS.. 1856. 'TITOS. A IIODRICKS,
-q uI4t11 JNO. ; rctNc.i. April 7.6w CeBimi. ic.ni r- .uw BOQJ'I. 'TI;

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T-1 -Iltiic= 5: :L.r-1 -: r Georgia military. Instit, FOR ,
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S CASH A. MATIVELLOUS REMEDY StnWttntaai{ $itt : THE "FLORIDA _. 'Charleston
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FOR .\ MARVELLOUS AGE!! .AND JJrt aitb:. job jrinfing\ @fct. l\1.\1\11oTTA.GEO'- ).. '' .

STO 1ft E Marine Insurance Co.OF THE Acadenjicyearia (divided SAY ANNA l .UE&]'

PF.NNSTLVAKIA. COUN.TING' HOUSE ALMANAC, two sessions of'flro months each. The ,
Markel-Sti IIarr bur Session commence the 20th of February
Corner Fqrtcutl 4BSt TIIeL .
: Wilson' Wintcrnitz q $ .' 1856., anti ends on the 19th of JnTy. u..S. 3 rr ,_ :
t The Cadets are divided into four College Clas STEAMED:
HWpectfully infonat the LadUi and Gentlemen O tx>iteti SQQOOOO. !. Tbe Annual Commencement takes place. on

f Jackson1iUe: ud enrroeniageonntrytbttbebv. CHARTER PERPETUAL.TXSURE A. I before the 20th of July. :
now,fipepe* tttir new and bautiulltok BUILDINGS Perpetually, MERI 2 > t : o ACEDTMIC STAFF. i !
VESSELS in I hi 0 \ \
Earawer Goods CHANDISE,
Eprbr cnsiUD parll 11856 A A. V.imUM A. M., ] ,
o,: DRY GOODS. Pert and their CARGOES, and other Property, .0t > > Jont and Prof of Mathematics I L. 1\ cox E T T E R mU

Ginghams, gainst .or damage by fire. HAVING made1extensive ;i, ;!lZu.' i. i ;-h I L t I ; gaperinten and Natural Philosophy.i WILL ime Palatl.Jacksocville n ryTII nsbAT ANDta

Calicoes Muslins and Barogce Cambric's, Black Holloway's Ointment. j =- = =2 -3 6 !;h";- :i z 3 '" .TITOS p.. McCONNELL at 8 o"dOQk. I'wul.ta l 'o' k
Jackoncts : 9 10 12 at 3 o'clock aftsmoo"
t Checke Cballics DIECORS arrangements 6 7 B 9 10 ii I of Cadet*, and Prof. of Engine trio .am. ,aid ,
abd I John l 15 16 n 19 vannah en Fri.II\YlJ\omilil at 3
h'otl 13
0 Co'd Silk Chfmbrars 1.Rutherord 13 I 12 15 16 18 1 Mr.V. IT. MANOET. 'cIO k,
Alonio Charleston that
26 .
and THE GRAND EXTERNAL Philo Carrer. 12\\ '20 24 2S tie evening
Silk 2212
Sedgick the 21 22 ,
lantiAS Albert \ John B. for exccn- 2 2:4 2 Prof of French and History.Mr.W. WM.3f. L.'WTO
Irish Linens 212S293
e, j Unbleached Uomcfpun, By tie aid of a micrsp.we sec millions of Alvan Samuel Jones. 28 3 \ :/,,31-- [all kinds of .II. HUNT. A. M, Aent. CO.
and Napkins B. bodies. Wlii& i I tbarlfltq.
4 Danmk Table Cloths little openings on of our the Samuel ., tonofe1rd { Fu'r. --- 21'Ara'v. 3 4 5\ 6 8 t hor.tor Chemwtry and English Literature. BENP.T .t TE.4SDAt2

E. Diaper, L. C. Hankcrchitfs, Fancy Through these this Ointment, .henrubtodon DLsMCS JOHN P. RUlnERFORD. President. 10 3 11 4 12 5 13 6 7. 161 10 11 l2I3, \H 15 Ii PaoipTllctS, Mr. J. U. GOOl)WIN.Professor A nta at N.tu

Silk Trimming's, Silk Gloves and Mitts, skin is carlcd to any organ inward the par affections A. J. OILLETT, Strclr. tion cf ISl92O21fl23 1718192021! 2 2 | of Drawing. JAMEs .
uf I RIZ.A
Erobro'tL and Grass Skirts Plain and of the Kldncy.disorders Lvt. IRGAN, Gmral.grt. 1 24 25 26 272S K. S. CAMP nt
Inflammation of L 23 26 2i I Lair Dlanks, Capt. It .
Ribbons Silk and Straw Bonnets, of the heart, ef J. II. McRORY. .ge"t,Jacbolri/e. Fa. Job Printing, 2:9 1 ( ArgU't Professor of Mathernatic.A. JOHN BRO WARD,
Jijr'd. and Colds, are by its means Maa'n - \
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Coughs :
Silk Illusion and Bobcnets Muslin and Avtnmas, houswife knows that salt Charles Willey, TheattentionofthosJ I i 2- 5 6 7 S 'SEP'T. 171 4 flnsInCSSCaTdI CO XEI.L, M. !H., Sur on. t Aenftt Jaeboa.iI;
Every Col. J. S. Sammu CApt. 31. A.
curd. | 111
i. fectually I COiir.'i
thickI i 12 13 14 15 and management .
9 under the
Chimest-tts meat! The Institution is
bone To
;i' Cambric Edpcins, Collars passes freely through or any John Broward, \| Sain'IN. Williams lJiq atenlononosel 31------- June 14-t: I.nht
< and Ointment far more readily ( ] 19,2021,, 2l Cards of a Board of Trustee, in conjunction -- SnAna1.3n
and SltTt' ArtifiT.: Flowers TAb ness. This healing Henry Tinianus, [Ma"b 7-tf Printing|, 123212 Visiting ., -------
'' bone or fleshy part of the wishing :26'2i 2 2 with a Board Visitors appointed by the Governor -
Musqueto Netting, ParaRnis. UI- penetrates through any I / \ '
i ,, living body, curing the most dangerous inward NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.OFFICE : l of the State. ; ) titbtitt tint-
of Hosiery&C. Circulars, cp
./,' brellas and I large assortment complaints, that cannot be reached by other moans.ERYSIPELAS. done is particularly \ : 2 3 4 Ocr'i', U By ai m-t of the Lezuliture, the Institute Vnf
; 8 9 10
&. SAIL RHKUM: SCOR- OF 5TATE EXGIXEER .ran. 8 9 10 U L2113 been ful"ritthod with 1010 Cadet Mcskets an! Aecontrcment ,, -
: 111 11! IS IN AND ROUTE
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Hand Bills, SA V
-' Clothing DUE A ''UT.OIUKOE fLL : UtltoJtothlsofce. I,:. *, and a }'ield. Battery, consisting of An.ur.
'. KUT1C IS \ :1".1. IG v,5,: 2312.JI25
I lC lnS. August ,
St. John River Fa. :: ) U Z22 fcur six-pennder bra's pieces and two twelve-.
Drew Coati. Flannel Shirts_ No remedy has ever done so much for the cure at this Terms Invariably I.'a.1 11 212 31 Show Bills, r.l" TI1E NEW 4tyD
will be .r "
; ;7 Pants;, I>egre d of f diseases of the Skin whatever form they may SEALED PROPOSALS I : - IW pi.nnder howitzer
: Hata end Caps, Mor until the 20th day of August, 1856, fur Mar_ \ &! 2 34 fl 6 7 8I' SuperinteNdent IeJlt and Cnramnnd-int are graduates COMMODIOUS STE.\ -
: No
,; Vesta, this cacs orSallbeum 4 5 G 7 8 9 \ IEtt
assume as ; Bills ofLading,
Ointment CASI.- U
t Cravats, Sbirtf and Collar constructing a Canal (with its nocclr.ppn.a. 16 9 1&II 14 15 of West Point, and us the Imttilute upon
,. aid or 1213 15
Heads cln 12j13
I Stk HOOTS k 8IIOI2S.Lady's Scurvy withstand, fr it. influence., Scrfula.The lrJ'ipll. Las ges, such as Lilt Locks, Guard Lks. lms.le. Orders from the '1 1 11! 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22b I the West Point jl.m,tha public may be assured THOS. G. HAIGHT

: Enameled no Wen's Boots,course, long travelled over parts of the globe visitingthe from Lake lamey. on the ft Jullnslver. 19:021, 2l23.24' 12 24 .9 DU.ofFarr, i that its government discipline ami course':of CAPT. F. J. W. I Iand
many 10 252272 BARKM.ty
ft't, .
,.. M I fine, this Ointment, dian River dilh"ee of tbirecn 21 studies will be strictly cnforc ,
\ 3 \ 6 7 18
clore principal hospitals, of the State Countrywillbe JVNx..I: 1 "IT7ILL leave ATeUka
I disrming authorized the General 415\ TJm IS"
t by Assembly
Shoes thus 6
I do Stppn. toils and has I 14 ,DEC'R. 1 2proniptlyexecut.d. 3 4 5 I.abel VV SavanTalt SIIDd.1111Or11.r
Act I
Riving .d\.icc. aJlcaUon. of Florida, At its session of -55, by an Fuel Lfghr, Ifire of at 8 o'clock for Yia.
ilk Gaiters, Congress been of numbers t 184 'II l&17119119120.21! 7 B 1213 Tuition, Board, Wishing, PicolalJact.A
(.1 kid Rip Brognns, health. "entitled im Act to provide and encourage a I.i &. 911011 19 20 C., J.t. Musicians, and all other contingent expense, per nfile. Ac.,leaving J.dsS
NlPe3 coFd SlirJ: YontlTa do SORE BREASTS WOUNDS liberal system of Internal Improvement in this 12121124'2582'271'231 ,21 session of fire months, in advance, SI 12 50. Monday! morning at 2 o'el ck A. M; rlb!
4 r SORE LEGS leaves
Jos.F.RoCEM. Sarannnh
j: ., Coots Slippers I She A BooU, State. ,22312I"SI6j2\ Surgeon's fee, per annum, $;. every Fn.Iala' 10* AJL.
A Negro L...?_..? &ULCERS Proposal l will specify the amount for which the I Pcr l1'. desiring further information,can oitiin This Boat invariably takes (the Inland PM, ...
t Together with & large assortment of Some of the' most scientific surgeons now rely work will b done the mode and manner in which a copy of the -Regulation bv aJI'tl'sih: the draws but 3 1.2 feet water wheL. 111ade' .
wonderful wh.n to be made, whether in lAnd or mon "J. HANStLLiDec. M. LAFF'TEAC.
( ; RDit'jnc, solely on the use of this Ointment payment I SuperiJlI nlent.XlJJEW Ag'ts,4
S CUTLERY having to cope with the worst cases oror!, .' ey, or portion of each. -_ 15,1835-3m Secretary, HARTRIDGE TIM.X.
swellivgs,and Professor Maps, and Estimate can ba seen at ro' I March f-ly Al'oll JM'boa.w.
tumor. l'rfle _
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t. lWCERIE fc., ae. Holloway has by command of the Allied Govern this offics, any information obtained LyaJle : 4:". a. I
.. find to i Eat at "Orange Mill 1'01 Art Association Jewelry I JewelrjllWAI. ,
r.rchuer.i inllst merits,patched to the hospitals of the ,large sing the undersigned ;. J IT' Cosmopolitan
'1 Stock, at the Carl a corner, I shipments of this Ointment be used under the St.Johns River, Fla." i -0-
: : ae else where. As we shall take I worst will be received for constructing a "-II
Lro purchasing whomay direction of the Medical Staff, in the cases Proposals i JECOXD: YEAU.A GnOTHK
great pleasure trying t please all those ulcer, gUndular swelling Railroad the same ,
i wounds. It wilicureany ground.F.
favor ns with a All orders from the contraction of the even of o\'e L DANCY RRANGE3IENTS for the Second Annnal Col- ,
stiffness joints Russell
or & I
.11 j 4 ; ..untoy, shall be promptly attended to. 20,, standing. an 25-ly State Engineer, State of Florida Leighou JLV lection o- this new an-l popular Instuti-m sTATCHSIASCll

i ,, Jacksonville Fla, April 12,1856. 'en. l'IL1rD FISTULAS. VIII.UAIIM: ""PROPERTY IN ST. EU for the diffusion of Literature and Art, have Men' ADJeweller ,

.. I' lailed States Mail Line These and other if distressing the Ointment cmllaintcan be wel AUGUSTINE FINE RESIDENCE Fiil: SAljE.fff. opposite. thejfclMAGNOLIA i SASH BLIND made Among rn the the most works extensive already scale.engaged, u the (ar. .
cured THAT
be effectually (NEXT rona TO
that valuable ._ ._ __. famed THE rosT-ornct.) ,
other AUo
effected and by Lz U
Savannah and Florida i rubbed in over the parts 10t8E. ': CIIUSIFIX'whki ,
Between GE OA on hand FLORIDA
wise following the printed directions around each 11UTEL property as the AND HAS spen assortment of tai.
1 originally coat Ten Thonsaml Dllar. | and unique JEWELRY" of t1etat.
fi't T For terms apply'
SEMIWEEKLY.THE, pt. the Oincment and Pills should be 10rSE. toA.. II. COLE DOOR IIIANUFACTURERS In funning the new Collection, the diffusion cf styles md fashion, such a*

Orange Mills Flv works ,)American Art, ant the encourngement GOLD GUARDS, FOB ani VEST
_.?___ used in the following cases: august l3i American genius, have: not been overlooked. KAR-RIXliS, -
I SEAMERSI Sore Legs FIRE: FInE 1 LIRE 1 of been issucJ to of flierqmt FIXUEK-RISGS.
Bunions % subscribers beg leave respectfully to inform thc citizens C mm;< iuns have many r.REA.ST-PI3TSAe.,

Burns Hand. Sore Fore Dreat THE SUBSCRIBER'S Ola THE an l surrounding, country, that they have a large establishment in Charleston, S.C- diytinsiiUbeil American Artists, whG will cpn- all of which will be offered at the fcvtst ri"TWATCHES .
"St. John Chapped destroyed Ilf their finest rrodu.t.OD3.101'ng
been entirely tribute some i for CASH
> STAND that such an establishment can profitably work, fur the manufacture of
Chilblains Pore Throats bl\'ins 142 Meetingttcorner with every facility them are thren Marble Buts, executed by tie He
to ,
fire, be has
by '
CAP '. JAS. FREEBORN, Fistulas fore of all kinds of Wentworth, the stand formerly occupied flashes minds and Door greatest living Sculpture,-Hiram Powers: !Ir. O-, with hU experience for the Injttwtntr-
.1 Gout Sprains he continues his business WASHINGTON eight a practical
AND Scalds by W. GAYER, where GEORGE Ii YCLTJII WATCHMAKER) tatters -
Lumbago brain-lien. He htison hand alnrgo ncrfort- FntIcrcifIi Country I himcfcif that he is ful'y winpetrot to
in all The ; give
b Welaka Mercurial Eruptions Swelled Glnnd snout (il. first class VEHICLES'/ all descripton., of every size nnd Ml descriptions, ohio MOULDINGS of tiny pattern, at the shortcut notice. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN tire satl-riotion to UOtC who desire to hare fair n.
Piles Stiff J oil choice FAMILY" .' LEIGIION A RUSSELL guarantee their work to be worth one hundred per cent. more for dur- watc'af, Ac, repaired in a workmanlike
Rheumatism Ulcers some 1 the Northern mode work sold in this market. Price current luts of our work oan Le The rhno'1hor; maaiwr.
which be than '
all f ability All
< I
for his Country Customers, > perjori having good wntchu whib,bow-
Sores pretty WKI1.STER: [
Venereal DANIKL ,
CAI'T.N.KIXC, Rheum Give trial March 29
Salt board the Steamer Carolina. us a _
CASH seen on do well
of all kindsV will SELL CHEAP FOR or City IctV I ever n" perform and are now tat /
.: leave SAVANNAH for PALATKA, Skin Diseases AVounds HOL LEONARD Tho Statesman. i order, will do well to l''!!00 3Ir. Gr4thf'wV>
WILL, F. every TUESDAY and SAT Sold at the Manufactories of Professor and 244 ance.LvOrders -- -- A special agent; has visited Europe: nod mn.lc cre-I terms are "no cure to ray-" M

:t DAY: morning, at 10 o'lok and LOWAT, 60 Maiden I.anf New York Druggistsand CharlestonS.promptly C.t ov. I anJfaWiuly_fled. 'WATCHES JEWELRY SILVER WARE fill mi'i judicious selectIons foreign works <*f Art, Mr.:G avails: himself ihL"pp rt nity to tn-
..: for SAVANNAII Strand, and by all respectable anil, Choice
j' every MONDAY and I.ndon. She United: both iu Bronze and Marble; Statuary tIer hip sincere thanks to the citizens of this nlar* !
t at 10 o'clock, touching at the usual Landings Dealers of Medicines throughout 25 cents, S. & E. M. Gilbert, Painting :i and its vicinity fir the liberal jmtrunnje bilhtrt ;
in Pots, at
I both ways. States, and the civilized word. MANUFACTURERS and DEA AND The whole forming a large and naluable eoUec- bestowed on him, and he hopes that by a dtUr. !
will leave Jacksonville 'Tuesday and 621.2 cents, and $1 AcTh--. and Statuary, to be distributed mination to ho will
They every by taking in all descriptions of CARRIAGES tion of Painting please merit: a continuant tf 1
saving t LEES
and Friday morning at 3 o'clock. : There is a considerable the members of the Asaociatioi,for their confidence and '
j: ; tc at 35 and 40 Wentvorth. G-oods. rnr.K among patronage. |Ju'jltIjiHagnolta
have been built expressly for theRoute lire NoR Fancy ,
These the second Year.
:: nOMI of in Slrttt CharlestonOur
f mad having largo and airy State Room ac- N B. Directions fur the guidance 5/i eet, and 10.7 JIayne Terms oOIenibersIilp.
disorder are affixed to each Pot Stock is ore, and purchaser :
offer unequaled inducements to In- every \ jOUSt
; .emaio are respectfully requested to call on us, ns we can Th, payment of three Wlan constitutes jany ;
For further particulars enquire
: olber. in and and member this! A"ociationanll entitles him
: offer great inducements style prices; GEORGE FLAGG one a
of for, bl1 AUGUSTINE. E. F.
P. articles bought at our establishment are war to either one of the fallowing Magazines

(. EISBEE A CANOVA Agents,, Jacksonville' Fashionable H Boot Maker, any ranted in every respect. July 8t JaoksoD..v-illc Eat F1oric1.n. year Statuary, and and al!o Paintinpi.ticket in the dUtributiwn of 'the This establishment has been

: > J. 0. DEVALL, Agent, Palatka NF.VNAN STREET, SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country, that The Literature issued to snl>dcriben consists of ;! renovated daring the pitt.

S.: ",# CLAGHORN A CUNNINGHAM Agents, Savannah., I ..rwo DOORS .FROM FORS1TH-S 'PHE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity to he has again opened at his old stand, the following Monthly Magazines: Harper1 Graham's, Pnt- mer-panted ready forFA3IILIES throughout,cleaned Ae,and.it sow 4 ,I
8T.U'LECOTTON Blackwood's, ,
LONG Nickerborker,
of nara'
JL inform the Planters ,
These Boats connect both ways Tallahassee with a line Palatka of Jacksonville, East Florida. that he has rebuilt his FACTORY, and TIMERS' BLOCK Godey'a Lady's Book, and Household Words. INVALIDS, TRANSIENTEOAllDEI' .;
Stages,kala between and Tampa Bay and with steamers subsrbr respectfully announce to Lis is now ready t fill orders in his line without delayat with a larpc -inl.. n-t.lI..S.. selected stock of Persons taking five meubershii arc entitled to ?, .t(. J
4 TIE and the that .. five of the Magazines: for ono year, and to Fur lie atnre Mr Thompson alutly ,
between Savannah and New York, Philadelphia patrons lublegcnerlJ. _his usual prices.Planters ,A?JIIM W aJ 1 M ID CJil J1. ID any povevjiiig
: ,, Charleston. mhS [July 7-1\ he has taken the store o W.; wanting UI2iS, or and 1 PniCE, where be is [prepared to make lUUT:and Boxes and Brushes,"will apply to the fallowing A N UFA.mCY Tho net proceeds derived from the sale of menibcrsh'p experience, will have tae Dpcrinteud.uic. The '

SHOES cf the finest finish and style, equal if Agents, or the subscriber nt tbu place : GCGDS are devoted the purchase of work of jubgv-riter solicits a ecntian.inre: pvlfivon in-

Notice. not!superior to any heretofore offered to the pub, AGENTS. Art fur the ensuing year. 'er the present management,every esertioo,with
BISBEE i CANOVA, Jacksonville, Fla. to which the attcntiut of the Public is rutted.i Getting my Goods direct from the Thcdvauta 'S Secured the assistance! 61 the present baiter,will be nude

: the of closing the business ofBELLLCHASSE lie He flatters himself Hilt the general satisfaction S. I,. NUn..CK. Alligator, Fin.JOHN New York Manufacturers, I am prepared to offer my customers inducements, both as by becoming a member of Association, are- to give general sutlaCittioo. The louse a duira-

on purpose 1 FINEGAN np at Jack- he bus given heretofore will entitle him to tho White Springs, fin. regards style! and price, that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or Savannah. lit All persons receive tbe full value f theirtitbtcriptlonj bly situated,tho

\ ..: Mnville, and the business ofNa saa1li Florida, patronage of those who "i.'h a well fitting Boot, D. C. ACOSTA &CO.Centre\ilagc.lleo. Among my assortment may be found at the ttart, in the shape o'atcflii.gMagnzioe Rooms Ainj! : Clean. and Xeatnrft jiltl"

at st made out Ube best materials He wi endeavorto THOMAS dl. Literature. furnished handsomely. Nothing.
.t the undersigned wi Bell I'uhle Au.ton f. him with 11.J.EARD. Geo. BUTTER KNIVES. FRUIT Do., NAPKIN Each member is contriljntlng towards purchasing -
give to all who may &\'or COOPER A cml.LELAXD. Savannah rAT; IIES 2 1.
1st ;
the ,
.4, .f' I Jacksonville, Fla.. day August satiation H.CAMPFIELD, do. do. RINGS, CHILDREN'S SETTS, Ac., Ac. choice Work of Art, n hich are t<> be distributed wanting, :
. t the following property, to wit: seal! CIAS. GOLD PATENT LEVERS, (full jeweled,) the Being entirely buIlt: of wood,which renders it free 1
and FINE them.sclte, ail.lue at dametime
Mill complete, with twenty He Los on hand a large supply of Boots, R. BYTHEWOOD, Beanford, S. C. Constantly on han One Saw ,
from by
i'I Two-Gang will sell at DETACHED Artists of the country, disbursing daml'nt' rooms 4
Shoes which he DEBEAUX HEY WARD, the
the River Ladies and Children SCOTT, coin, and encouraging
land attached-located on & with and Hinds to uiziIows
are cf Charleston: S. C. LAPINES, warrantedUTLERY. thouun of dollars throuh its AgencPerst.lls ,. Door, Fircr/loces, 1
Florida. One-Two Gang Saw Mill, low prices. .. tu the Piazza and atT r-lj .ttttightfut -
cmpl. ((1\'i1ba.without hunting cue! ) for membership will owning Ihrongli I
1&u. done at low prices-and BURNS, in rcoLIliq'funds !
of land attached-located /'Repairins a fbor S L and tb ,
ten acres Gen. SILVER PATENT LEVERS, do. do. address in fail, ta- promenade of 300 feet protects *
St. their
July Marys. poit-ijtficc
Jacksonville, Florida One Dwelling notice. July 23-6m II DETACHED do. do. From the celebrated Manufactory of Gee\Tostcn- j.Icas-i give month wt-U the Magazine ti> commence huu'e from rain, cold win t., .tc. so.lormiai( I
the they
I g
House witn shout fifteen acres of attached AGENTS WANTED PROCLAMATION 41 LAPINES, do. do. holm A Son, con.'iting of ting and have the klter registed at the ([Post lightful RKTREAT from confinement at all KUOM !

f. Nineteen likely Negro Men; Two Lots in Jacksonville Trom good makers, which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARSRAZORS. I'.ss on the receipt of which, acertifciite ot the year. The Homo is situated in central ;
.4 t One Horse and Buggy; Abut Twenty-Eve To cell 1/J subscription, a Complete History of the i I BY BIIOOME good time keepers. &c.JEWELRY. Office. to prevent cf iQfmbcrs'np; together wiih the Magazine I i positiou, f.u.ug: the South, and retired from other :
lands in N About JAMES and eonveuirnmeinin li I
Hundred of ; RUSSIAN WAR of the : hocsci. It contains5 room,
.. Bight Hcndred ICS acres of land in Duval county Governor of the Slate of Florida. FAN Y GOODS, I desired, will be forwarded: to any part general, an I for acconiiaodatiun cannot bs IIZ. I j jpa. jI

rout Timber Carts; One Iron Safe ; sme ofce Now Ready. Onc01 octavo, Threellimdred Dollars Reward.TTTIIEREAS Con.issin j of Such as CORALS, FORTE MONIES, ACCORDIONS i country.Those who pnrchsfc Jlagazines at Bookstores, .>sed. I]

.. }Furniture; Boats, Anchors, Ac..&e. Illustrated with 1 Iralll GOLD UUARDS, FOE AND VEST CHAINS.CHATELAINS PERFUMERY, Ll'BINS' AND will observe that by joining this Association, they I'. R-My: o-ject in advertising the above,it t I. IS

The Mii and Land wi be sold on one, two Including a large colored Map of tho sent of War. LOCKETS, BRACELETS, OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, receite the Magazine and free TicLtt in the annual make know to my friends that Ibis Home,fur the

and thre years time, good and approved security Also, a beautiful Chart, drawn by an Artist PENCILS, CROSSES, KEYS, SEALS, PAPIER-MACHEE JEWEL CA distribution, all .it the same price they now future, wifl give satisfaction as rei>rMBl*>'.,olr M
; the Negroes will be cold on one ynars time eight mouths iu the Crimea DIAMON RINGS, REGARD Do. SES r.OSEOD WORK alone. chare will be made. I solicit trial.
t 'other articles for cafch.- murder corannt- pay for the Magvzinc B. E. CAMS.St. .
with good security; an atrocious was THIMULE.SLEEVE
a and reliable History of tho GOLD BOXES, PORTABLEWRITIFG illustrated Catalogues giving full
t Those wishing to embark in the lumber business BEING from complete lU commencement to its close.- \I V ted on the body of William Millican in the AND COLLOR BUTTONS DESKS Beautifully, sentfree on supplication. Augustine Dee. I-3m_______

p.. will do well to attend the sale. All the accounts being; from eye witncsse and County Marion, in this State on the night of STUDS, CUFF PINS RETICULES, FANS, C'O""ln description Fur Membership, al Ircs?.

JOSEPr FINEGAN, participant) in the scenes descrild. Persons sen the first of Mann alt by some person unknown. BROOChES, EAR; RINGS, BRUSHES, THERMOMETERS C. L. DERBY, Actuary C. AMA.At ) Cariage & Harness Depository,

OLIVIER, S2.00 will receive a sample copy and Now, therefore ends of justice may be GOLD SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES CHILDREN of the al oCiI"es.-
a ; cither princ:
f. t ,.. Fxccutors of J. D. BcllecbiUFe, deced dig gilt subscription book, postage prepaid mol fubscrvcd, and the guilty party brought to condign PLAIN AND SETT RINGNS, TO\S, n'UEI LCl1lLDREX'S "ItnkkerbavkerMagizine; 343 Broadway,,New /i.ZZ ., AT TIlE WRITE corn,

t.I Jacksonville, June I, 18. [June 14.tdlih 0 by ourselves, with a Letter containing ful pariculars punishment: Know ye that I, James. hereby K. LOOPS. SCARF PINS, &c. Together with various other aticl; too numerous Y Or, Western Oilicc, ICG Water streetSandu3ky, -i; .. outl-\r cat Corner of
of the State of Florida, STSTETJ,
) of the terms with agents, which very 'rAIlE.10menUon.. '). oc23. | MEETING .
eral. Having been in the publishing business inNew offer the REWARD of 8300 for the npprehen- SILVER II I Charleston, .!. C ,
: For Sale Haven the cat 15 years the most satisfactory sion of said person, upon evidence sufficient t lead COMPRISING DINING AND DESSERT N. B.-CLOCKS, WATCHES, anti JEWELRY, CARRIAGES of every description,a t the ItwfS
and anted at the thort-
reference will always bo given when desired. t his conviction.In FORKS,T ADJ.I':, DESSERT AND TEA SPOONS, thoroutfltly repaired var Rich Canuo I II prices always on hand and no article sold txtfjmeli

IY. :' I n IIE subscriber having moved from JackJL Address J 1. MANSFEI.D. Publisher, testimony whercrf, I have bercunto SUGAR SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do, est notice. ltf TERMS CASH. [oct2S-ly I as can be warranted in the! fullest terra,by

I Fla. offers for tale a 3 134 Haven, Conn. set my hand, audcauedtobo affixed -- JEWEIHY.i jnl, S-tf M.J1.NJTJLtL
may -
steet MOSAIC
Ivie. valuable. the Seal of the Staso of Florida. Done ----

a/ .1 4 ,. House ad situated on the the "MERCHANTS' [SEAL] at the Capitol, in the City ofTalnhna :P-: .Taclisoaiillc FoundryMACHINE j tccD1vIIzU THE subscriber having just returned from -. Dental Notice t\

N Munroe street, known A constructed cxI LABO U.B Bee, this 19th day of May! 186. L A New York with a large and beautiful variety t1_,w.S..K wnu'dreeect'iil.
Said was viei
4 If.; HOTEL. property JAMES ?4? At. ; t1lJJ. inform the citizens Jacksonville and its
; ly
prelil for a Public House, contains twenty-two WANTED .E.lIOmlE.Florida : on Tea Depository: of I nity,that,having opened an office in ths DagjieraaGallery

I itooms, l.n of which vefr llac..bla good Attest- WOKS. Removed to the New Store In Holmes Silver-Ware & Fancy street,will attend to all WMehes
By the Governor. Jewelry on Forsyth
I beautiful shade trees cents ,
l well of water, young will pay seventy-fire ((75)) per day sn4
i. situated in the WE F. L. VILLEPIGUE, HE Subscribers having made extensive and Building, opposite Dr. Baldulu't of DENTISTRY, in the most approved
.II the out-buildings, and board, or one per day without Goods
1t.snf cuUar 24-1 of State. in their establishment Office Jacksonville.VI careful
of JockiKHJvillo May m. Secretary valuable improvements manner.
city the FLORIDA
growing board for laborer to ,
.. t' rent re J th pleasant tho terminus the Fla. A. & G. ATLANTIC, and GUU'CETRAL, ( RAILROAD.Payment Seeds II are now prepared to urnU Seeds! Seeds II dIlt2-2a
'l' .' Central Railroad. o to bo made at the end of thirty Steam liiiKiues, of any required power, from VV(i well selected assortment of of his stock, comprising 03 it does, some of the -
is in every TUST received a choice supply of Garden Seed., 1 to 100 horsps; DRUGS AND CHEMICALS richest and most f hi"llablestyles of Cameo. Mosaic
.. The above described property respect daj s. Work commence on the first day of .
I desirable either for a Hotel ftcr next t *J all of the Last Crop, and warranted good.Beans Saw Mill; Always received by the latest arrivals,warranted Lava and Scroll Jewelry in great variety TilEBY.FThRT
very private Mac variety Boots do, Cabbage do, Carrotdo Mills; Also Silver-Ware and Fancy Goods, suitable for .
". for a large family, and is now A. J. MILLER A CO. il Sugar fresh and genuine. Also, HJ1'n
4 l re.\denc Cauliflower do E. Corn in variety, Powers which will be sold : :
t : Horde ; holiday andother present, cheap -
> and will be sold at a East Celer (:
annum, Combs Brushes
at Perfumery, ,
per orida" Soaps,
.4 t 10 Olee. "Jackln\io. Cucumbers do, Egg Tomote in variety Grist Mills, fur cash. [novlT-tf] GEO. FLA.GG. vell.
Tr "
bargm auay IS56- Motions do Onion Seeds Lamps I Burning Fluid, &c., now for the '1 Jacksonville Lettuce in variety, and all other machinery used in this country. IS open bMlthani
of Messrs. Ilartridge Timanns "m6nd
: & Pcas which will be sold low for cash. particularly: Invalid who
Seeds Okra
j Fla.Jnne2ltf do, Parscly, | Iron and JJras Castings. *
subsbribcr at FOR SALE OR RENT. affords.TbeTiW
ft'I' : ,or of emandinn A COY. in variety Radish do, Pepper, in .g:?* EttJtii'ooat, Saw Mill and other repairing, Country orders solicited and punctually attendedto. ron the comfort that this country choineStdsIiCWSlOftbI

.1: COMMODIOUS and desirable hon>e, plea variety. Turnips do, Aromeutio and Sweet Herbsdo at short notice. Physicians' prescriptions put up n itb care anddespatch. PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, &C. will be furnished with the will be VVt 1
A attention
1 FOR THE SERVICE. : gantly situated on the Western part of the ,Flower Seeds do, tAll: machineiy purchased from us will be season hiLt unremitting efforU IB
.: TROOPS In At Apothecary Hall, of btate TEAS. Savannah &Charleston Steamship Lines. to e. that success might crows my
WANTED. town, substantially built and ,'el finished every I'utin operation in any part tho by pca.
C I FOUR COMPANIES receive in- containing eleven rooms, a good well of March. 22-3 J nknvit. 1&. competent machinists, when desired, and upon Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company.Tea CABIN PASSAGE $2O-.STEERAGE8. future. t"i"Charges moderate.GARRASOS
Executive par
AM instructed by the the yard and all out reasonable terms. of direct importation and of 31 varieties,froma ISAAC
?A 'I I t the Hrvi of the Stte 0 Florida, Four and suitable for a private necessary Boarding JoUe.buiding i GENERAL UROKERAGE.nE Drawings and Estimates furnismed, without 1-4 to 1 Ib. in a package, all warranted and at Tbe well-known first class Steamships Bay-Port Hernando Co, I'ropritter.]

L1 : ". Companies Irantl ''olunter. Preference fered for tale or rent by the year nE undersigned U now prepared to serve the I charge. WOONKV: A GOOKIN, extremely low prices.CfCouiitrylea1erssupp1led. i KEYSTONE STATE, _South Florida. 1-lM-l-U __

.. '.: trill be given t Companies already organised I terms. community at large in his line of business. July 8-tf Founders and Machinists. I ,by order- NOTICC.A .
part of Gen. John Brigade, if presented at For further apply at this office. He will attend to the sale of Negroes, Lands, or lug accompanied with Cash. CAPT. B. IUR '

h *. J ee; but should new Companies be raised and October 6-I particulars any other effects placed i his charge. Letters FOUNDRY IRON WORKS, jK. GARDEN A FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, &c., STATE 01' GEORGIA, LL persona hiving any claim er dwttmfcTL

.1, ." presented before the Brigade Clnpie. are Company reported FOR KALE. addressed for informaton. 'i be promptly replied W BIGGS & Co., HtJarlionrille also always kept on hand. CAPT. J. 1. CARVIN, .L against the Estate of Redden J.Titeel LepwiolIthem
for they
duty, His this State deceased,are required
wi b to. i july S-tf T. MCMILLAN. | of Cnval couny ,
VALUABLE tract of Land Amelia 'lfr' Fla. ,
; of two Lieutenants, A on leU
to form
render hereafter authenticated
Cilt oe Cal.l. and unnecessary re Will
: four Corporals, at least ItlandB miles from the contemplated otcn. i append V tIE now prepared to execute promptly orders I and SATURDAY alternately properly hereof w fnoti.e
a ::" far Sera. ad sixty dept BENJAMIN I0I'KISS, Dying Renovating Estab- sailing EVERY within two years from the-dat
\ and non-commissioned Yellow 151 off, containing 750 acres good Jfor Steam Engines, Saw itiHt, Sugar tier**
i .; : ; ad private Jacksonville,Sept.22tb, from SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON will be plead in barof the pay
officer should supply Uimtclf with a good double- I land. There U on tbo premises a small dwelling and Pans, Grist Mills, Horse Powers, Iron and lishment. as follows : all indebted to said fbtat an tf

1; I \ barrel or rifle gun and shot bag. house and out housed, a cotton Gin and Gin house, Brass Costing, and every variety of Machinery. 73 York street, rear of the Court Home, The Keystone State will sail from Savannah the And persona to make immediate payment U>

I A' .'I raising Companies are requested to re all of which together with the premises, will be Casting, Forging and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill!, SAVANNA GEO. following Saturdays-April 12th and 26h, May i quested MARTHA A.TVTL'Apn1 .
Cpt Hundred to the
Negroes on
; without delay at Alligator,care of Lt. sold reasonable. ONE or Steamboat, and other repairing. 24th June 7th and 21st Leaving Philadelphia .Administratrx
10th and
4 f A. B.t. Duley Ocala, care of Capt Robert Bui.lech Also, two small traction the south end of the RLiRI. for whom the highestwages Thoy will continue the manufacture and keep [Established 1832.] : j 26. _
; the alternate Saturday
I. : :... at care of Johnson, at Island,one of two hundred, and the other fifty will b to constantly on hand, }heir variety of Plows, Timber T lIE SUBSCRIBER, greatful to his Patrons will sail from Charlestonthe
TIW : nUter or Bay.por I will receive their acres containing aluurantgr".tb of Live Oak sept JUSII'I FINIGAN, Jacksonville, Carts Chains Ac., to which they respectfully in2 and friends for their continued favors,would The State of Georgia 5th and 19th, Fraser & Thompson,

ales. o wh pit M. W1IIT. Cia Also, a tract containing one hundred and or Orange Mills. vite tttronage. July 8.lyTUSTICE'S astte,that he is now prepared to Clean, or Dye all following 3d 17th Satar.I'ys-April and 31st' Jane 14th and 28thLeaving AND

4 .1 hlligatorJtne 28, 1S56-2t acres., adjoining the Scaton tract on the Et.Mary'iRier. .22tfPERSONS COURT FOR JACKSON- colors which on he Silk trusts and will oolen generally Dresses please, all Shawls, who, Jto-, May Philadelphia, the alternate Saturdays COMMISSION MERCHASAd
t WISHING TO MAKE, J DISTRICT will in future. be held may In strength, speed and accommodations, these
Salamander JOhN M. POXS, Agent. VILLE favor him with their patronage. Ladies' white OCT'S North ttTlarft;
LightningCONDUCTORS. do so b cnUnJ on the ..ubrrl.hr the first Mondays instead of the third Mondays hips are fully equal to any running or. tio conit.Inland .
Jacksonville, May 12, on Crape Shawl cleaned and bleached in the verv Charleston,S.C. ___
IS55-t and paying up their accounts of each and every'month. Those interested will best manner, or dyed color that be navigation: IOU miles on Delaware River I. Mnf.n r
any re
Tktst off the Permanently ,Safe ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL due to Samuel Blackwood. If they are not please take notice. 'quired. Ladies' Bonnets, bleached,may dyed and and Bay; two nights at sea. : 1 rczo'c z.TRASIB -- -. -
the next return day, they will be in HERON It MARTIN, -
: LIGHTENING RODS paid by put J1\O. W. PRICE ) pressed in the most fashionable Agents at Philadelphia,
invented. SCHOOL.TI suit\ Settle to JNO. W. PRICE, WM. r. DEWEES.u. 'celio fth e Gentlemen's cleaned Agent at Savannah, C. A. GUEINER-i, LIVERY STABLEfPHE -
garments dyed
or renovated
yet 10 1856-ho eace. T. S..t T. G..131DD.Apnil2 .
THE Inrolationir, and not subject to would inform _May Atorney. F.I. WHEATON, ) as may be required in the same superior AgenU at Charleston will.-keen CO1
respectfully -
proc undersigned 1856 I subscriber
hnpair ai-io the caw ordinary construeitrtetfoa. tho citizens of Jacksonville and Fans at Reduced Prices. Jacksonville May 10, lB5Q-lm style which has generally so much pleased his pa- ap23mCENTREL 0fiS
The article speaks for itself, and those trons and friends. _L stantlv on hand a supply ofgood i t
q ; interested In the tecnr'ly of their houses, will satisfy surrounding community, that Le wi re-open his rpITC Subscriber hu now o hand a beautiful When parcels are sent by Railroad or Steamboats and BUGGIES t,> let. ConveyanCe ti,5nfahsd j,
Mr. A. School for the instruction youth all the branches JL variety Fashionable FANS which be 1ljoust sign word snould be sent him STAGE Horses ij
themselves by calling on M. REED, i by letter through any part of the country. toj rn04"
of JabMnle. 1a. or Mr. WALTER KIPP of.thorough Engtr-h and Classical education., selling at Reduced Prices. the Pout-Office,so that he may know where to call LINE. : single feed, day week or monti. j,,
our Agt erection of these rods InS on Tuesday tnt day of January next. Thankful May 1h 1856. OEO. FLAGG.FROST andORNAMENTAL for them. All orders from Jacksonville, Fla, ; charges and personal attention he W\Z*>4,
East for the very liberal patronage bestowed on bis PAINTING. can be handed in to Bin. Harkness, Millener, ( liberal shve of patronage. .fl7 fc

Forda DWYER ACGIIINRAUGII.C efforts during"the short time be has been engaged & BOUL''Ei mnz subscriber beingnow pnnnanently locatad Adams street, third house west from Ocean street FROM ALLIGATOR' via NEWNANSfVILLE, in the vest part of the towL lii l

CAUTION-No one is authorized to as a teacher in this community he hopR. by strict General JL offers his services to the citizens of Jacksonville July21-Iy ALEXANDER GALLOWAY. \ anal FLEMINGTqNto| OCA- the accommodation of Wagoners tOd D502"noyl7Gmn
East above named U attention to business and the every ef I nt in the above branches and solicits a share semi-weekly, carrying the United State.
er pr i (Forida.ut I). A A. tor for tho mora and intellectual advancement lOt ate Street, Boston, Mass., patronage. JAMFS IIARKNESS. NEW HOTEL.MARSHAL Mail, and connecting with TALLAHASSEE

_mh31_ _._ .pupils, t a continuance of Ib8am.. Reference WILL laystrlct and prompt attention to sale I 3f N. B.-Gilding, Graining, Bronzing, .. and JACKSONVILLE STAGES at ALLIGATOR Notice Withdrawal of laito******
with the utmost confidence to those LUAmER TIMBER COTTON and executed with neatness and dispatch. I HOUSE .i ,and with TAMPA and PALATKA STAGES f Ida and AUb ma*
NOTICE be hat hitherto and be at OCALA.
whose patronage enjoyed, t her April.28-ly. ,
I : '{'ru.: wi .my agent dnr'mgmy hopes t be able, during the next year to establish oct 7-t Suthern OLIVER FROST. June 14-3t Jacksonville, Fla SAVANNAH, CEO.. The owners announce that they are [running

absence. TI10S. LEDWITH.3taylO2a 0 a firm and permanent basis, a school, that I ROYAL BOULTER. pills HOUSE has been enlarged improved and will continue ran, comfortable Stages on

I1 wi in point thorough Instrcto anddilp1u. Jacksonville Bricks Yard.rpnK ee I with large and airy single and suits of rooms this line for the accommodation of P&88e gors.

to none in the SLI'| at I obJec ud will be kept a*a first class Hotel in all resects WRIGHT & CATHEr. entftled "M
Iu Circuit Court Pattern F. A.& G. CENTRAL RAIL ROAD ) TK pursuance of ac lb
Circi of Florida is make the school a permanent one,be OFFICE .> except prices. Agents at A1\i at.or"L.lI.SCARBORoqGn ? alternate PiC2'
Dural (4uUty. fully t ask the aid and eo-operalion of tbel.rr undersigned !I. now making a very inper- JACESOMVILLP, FLA., June 12, 1856. $ RALPH MELDRIM 1 lag public lands, In ,tstructionof aid th'
L lot article of Brick at the Yard near the Stockholders of the Florida Atlantio t at Newnansvillo. States of Florida and Alabama 'P
Civru BtrnscTOX, ) An. Attachment eeted in the cause of education, in feeting( 1 desirable PPTJE March 22-3t Propriet, Agent railroad to iid
Brick which he will tell followingprices JL Gulf Central Rail Road are notified JOHN tEA certain tetwiproved
hereby ,
-1' 1r V Damage 910,000. Sum a object and benefit t the community. Churh 8 th 1S56 all the
i TTILUAN P. that a fifth instalment of live per cent the 15 Agent Ocala, 17th May, wi"C n*
: I Sun ) Sworn $ Regularity in attendance being upon sept aq of the
4 ._,. and all others t :.0. are necessary to the proper eonta1Yle. FIRST Qa.LTY.. $9 00 per thouland Capital Stock of said Company has been called in, BALM OFAtitIjouiaitb : fifteen miles on each named sid$"jTtowit
TIIE intNelt --.700" roads and lb
notified i PECOSD tebe paid on or before the fifteen of July next. Jsc't
of the this tn bis studies, no deduction will be made for lost
t emmen TmnD I II order of the Board A Rare Chance is Offered to From Bt. John's
lowtr5.AT a '
; 50 By
aM time in of
b/ required to except cases protracted FID'
Atchment .
< Bal a appear iwel.Th WELL BKICM I I G.C.GIBBS, } t of Escambia bay.
school will be "
/. or Jndgmvatwill be continued in build -- $0
I r.. in by default.ae.a the next term of aald CurL entered In:, ( r.Swa' sol-rom) oltliL Biggs iCo.'s within lie will the charge for delivery one in tow per when Seo'y A Treasurer F.-A. A G.C.R.R Co. THE BOOKSTORE. Blacksmith anti,\Yheelwf ight.rpnE Tampa Amelia bay Island, with, oa a the branch to Ced1KY'

1. P"& Ilaluua. dutar Lolld-
NOTICE.A Gulf of Mexico, (except th
Jt U l 56-3m Four, six, and ten dollars and one dollar fifty per subscriber oflers for sale, his shops and Cedar Xi;bras
Att'y for TVS *- per with the
will bo made
_ qurr. distance. The Brick are made of exeel- PPLICATION to his Honor the JiARPERS'JLlGAZINEI south of its junction '
I. f.4.- Tuition payable monthly. greater Circuit JL Lot 105 feet square, conveniency situated to Florida,to M0flI'
Court Pensacola
under jtx Judge of the fey the Eastern and from ,
1 lint material, are drie cover, and are the and business Cai be: this 6'
p I .. FOR SALE \',T. CAKB. and of than .that Circuit of Florida, after the usual time of notice depot generally. purchased barns, hare, by Instructions fr01
heavier are
I Jacksonville Dee. 22d 1855. bttr q quality any with without tools,on good terjns '
AA THAT VALUABLE PORTABLS SAW according law, for perauuion to sell certain suspended from sale and Iocli0i
20 horse power, now itH biD: Impred Nassau and St.John P.S. Ha on hand 1 Buggy waggon. 1 Cart
"KILL'abt *- left with.Messrs. TtartriJge & laads, situated in Counties orders. L '
te tbe P three miles from town. LAND: .WARRANTS. Timanns, bo belonging to the Estate of Peter,.Pon. deceased and 4 Pair wheels complete, also a lot of waggon Given under my hand,at tie Go'.erX
'f & ? 0 EO"\CALL, will par CASH foi attended wh. ar."m1.Aaenu. I promptly tot. the use of bis heirs and creditors said estate. Jfor Julg. and Baggy springs, also a quantity of ready made tee atITaahinrton, this twt..third dlY
.n11 TUE"UNDEIGNED t. work suitable for Farmers and Timber getters, 'ff.JDCVAgnil
e ;
4 PARAll0DY, 'LAND\AlnR ; 1 : 'JOS-'LACOURSE. nay 10-U' JOHN !I" PONS 1836. "
a 'all of which IxfbonirhtTery low call and see. '
ftb16: ISO. Jacksonville .0 '56. Administrator. AT THE BOOKSTORE. can Ces
:, WILLI! IIC-t M. Jtckionviae, April 26. April l b1 21-tf JA5. .FARMED

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