The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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VOL. HI. i JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1856. : i NO. I. T. *t ."

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FelicToNEY- Livingston, T NO.3WaSltltgtOlt .' DEMOCRATIC PL.ATFOR3I IX has saved the American people from the 1 construction c ,and should be applied with i sent their petition lie wen recollected! r;) oftbe United States, let her be :jo.i .

AT LAW, "VLL. 1 cortupt and tyrannical dominion of the unbending rapidity. that his Whig colleague (Jr, Granger)J what part;of the world she might. : 44_

; We rise at leli th the Tlat] form*'adopted Bank of the United States and from a corrupting 1 Thirdly-Resulted, That the gru.at Wgh who some days since, eul iscd-the Abolitionists .1 Mr. Campbell South Carolina, 'moved/ ";.
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tOtl. in E''h' nick 1 FTLcG Stores by the Cincinnati Convention. The resolutions 8) stem of general Internal Im way which nature as well as the assent of by telling us that no many ol to lay thq question of reception, raised by._ .

ll1e. ) I i>f the Baltimore Conventionj, I provements.Resetted.. the State most immediately interested in them had poured out their blood at bin ,.tr. Johnson, on the table, which also 'carries :

1\'tirtd(r"lII th.rrubato Jm ,.U I bnd tbI I, -- which arc reaffirmed areas follows: That the democratic party its maintenance ha marked out for the dy's Lane mnd Chtppewa and here, some .. the petition with it, '':

H' ,be lrlI"l'CiM-U: "r*nJ Lu.in the, ID't1I'rt'me No. 3 Sammis' Block Bay.t.Jacksonvillo Resolred, That the Amencan Democracy I will faithfully abide by and uphold thc free communication between the Atlantic three or four years ago, presented an On this motion tbe years and nays were ,

M.tbe Ea'eni *18 to tbl' :nie* uteirelating place' their trust in the intelligence the! principles laid down in the Kentucky and I and tho Pacific Oceans constitutes one of Abolition petition from his (Mr. ,.'s) district taken, and resulted as follows ,yeas .,.' Inays I

I Ceeil"* J..lII\iI B&IIII18Untl.( IJa\in UI'in! I Florida. patriotism and the discriminating: justiouvf I Virginia resolutions of 1792 and 1798, and i the most important achievements to bo lie (Mr. V) bad always been well 86. ILLMORE in the negative.Sce -

,. ClJrt a&OtbC 'rubate (,ffire, "tquirec1 din the American; peojile.Kesolced in the report Madison tu the Virginia realized by the spirit of moderation tbe understood by thera. lie had always believed Congrt,6ional Globet page 105; House :* 4 1
_cpaDl"faDrifiaril" "lIb all IURItUI to That regard this distinctive Legislature in 179'J-that it adopts those unconquerable energy of our people and and.always so expressed himself Journal!, 43-1, I tOn
AnJIIttllltJllClltllf we as a *
sM4II IIImtJ acJ 1 de'caaed, urdi4lle r.cri\n nnd Ad i New Spring feature of our creed which we are principles as constituting one of the asahi that re."H should be secured by s timely that all their movements were mischiev- the j2Jst January. Mr. Adams pre- r ;I

aC\"H.I'':!ItrTiCf'1 .rt.cuUrly U I proud to maintain before the world as a foundations of its political creed and is and efficient exertion of thu control! whiche oua, incendiary iaiulting to oar southern scntedaJetitionfromanumberofcjtjz. 1

I;..: I 4143(,DIY UI hat lino. I v.ill ahi"t I AND! great moral element In a form of government resolved to carry: them Jut on. their obvious have right to claim over it. And no brethren, against the letter and spirit' of of Massachusetts t stating. that by law no .'" .. .

p,.t l'm P."UIt:' UU, \ "J tu all etbei trout and by meaning ansi: import. power on earth should bo sutferrd to impede tbe solemn compac into which we bud entered 1oreignernfculorcannow bec.meacittzen .

::,;, i J'tns ll1f'tht Fcder1GOVe' s&trwi1i Summer Go ods! will Fpriiigitig; and we contrast upheld it with a popular the That in'i \* of the condition If the I or clog its progress by any interference with them lie had here always or the U ?ted States and hold real estate., W

ttaII With: pjptnC *l1ov.l4-1 I creed and practice of Federalism under popular institutions in the Old World a ; with relations it may suit bur policy voted to receive thoir petitions; but the therein and praying that the naturalization J
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whatever form which seeks tu j high and sacred duty is involved with increased to establish with the government of the moment they were presented, be bad voted laws may be so amended as to per

fALL & FLEMING, 1----1 palsy the name vote or of the, constituent, and ,I responsibility upon the Dl'mocracI I States within whose dominion it lies; and I would again vote, for tbe strongestpossible mit free colored foreigners to bccorne' cit *'-]t I:
i a pen. I of I surrender to reject their zens of tty e United StLtes and ;o hold real
THE Inch conceives this country as the party of the !people we can, under no circumstances, measure pra era
assortment of TRY GOODS at tbeir i idore no imposture too monslrouc to uphold and maintain the right of everState. I our preponderance in the adjustment of all! I nail them to the table. mingle them with j etae. I i5e
which FOR
I'afo ( \ II, they win sell I ftS cheaji I fur the popular credulity.
ttorucns at as any other lluusc in the co Dtry. They have: i llcsolced.: then-fore. That entcrtainl rig anj thereby the union of the StaUi questions arising out of it. I the rubbish of your garret, and. in the Mr. W rained the question of rccep* -..
> Resolred That in view of mode mark our disapprobationof tion on th e table.! '
adopted the principle of 5maMJ rofoncyuiVJllictamt / these the democratic of the -and to sustain and advance among them Fourthly- so stronge-t
v".Tacksom'il1 views,
," and invite' the part ot the their He would .l vote f,:t epropositi..n Mr. C houn.. of Massachusetts asked :
Florida.ittoniev attention of the I'uhlic j Union lhr uh their delegates assembled constitutional liberty by continuing to resist : commandi'l: ip interest the people object. n ,
{'. to an cxataioaUmi of their Stuvk kefure I I should the nd which ord red "
purchavinKclgc all monopolies and exclusive Icgiila.I' United States cannot but sympathise with that the petition not yeas nays, were ,
I in convention\ the States
apx-ner.il % convening
I' :llli. hcrc. In it will be found the following, with tion for the benefit of the few. at the efforts which are being made by thepeople be received because he believed that it and hem il1; taken resulted as follows; yeas >-

PRICE many other articles too nuuicrong to iceutiou: 'I together, in a spirit of conourd cidevotion i ii pense of the many: and by vigilant and ot Central America to regeneratethat would l b e creating: new issue if we adopted 113, navs 68. FILLMORE in the negative.See .
W. to the doctrines and laith (if '
JOHN DRY GOODS. i nud a constant adherence to those principles and I portion of the Continent which covers such a pn>potion- i'?uo which ( Congressional Globe p. 158., House \i.

& Couacdlor at LawJtKOVIL Prints, Ginghams, free representative gm eminent, ap- compromises: of the Constitution-which the passage across the oceanic Isthmus. would have the effect of reinforcing theAb.'litiinists Journal. 259.! ) .' ,

r. FMMIIIU, j JackonetR, G renadines, jfnling t': their fellow citizens fur the rec- are broad enough and strong enough to I Fifthly-Rejoiced, That the Democrati' He had always risen he On the 12th December, '42 2J Session, '.
i titude of their intentions and
renew reassert -
iu tnll Etrrfl; Cmuit "r rr I Florence Silt. Illusion, before the American people the declarations I embrace and uphcild: the Union a.s it i U. and ; party will expect from the next Administration trusted he would Her rise above thu miserable 27th Cor gresa, Mr. Adams callen up his :0 .
practice Chl rltuD And Ctrn.Gcargi I.Jwn, Muslins be made to that bad here been madeto resolqti'i ), rescinding the 21st rule.
\\t'II.L CI Coum or the Union ai it should he-in the full expansion : livery proper effort to I attempts
:.k Ilee. 15-1! Cravtts.CJrassSLirts. Hosier of f principles avowed by them, of the energies and capacity of insure our ascendancy in the Gulf of Mexico connect this great and vital question Mr. Wm. Cost Johnson said i if the re- .. 1'-
; \t'IICUtllI former occasions, in general% contention.
(OsnaLuirhs, this great and progressive people. I and maintain a permanent protection with the pitiful. ephemeral party conflicts solution! uf the gentleman from Massacbn- -
Smith & BrtdfoiI, Ticking, Plaids, they presented their candidatesfur : of the great outlets through which are of the day. lIe had) also risen and would setts wa; thai to obstruct the public busine sit

ArruuNi J: AT LAW !usq ii Ito Nets, Ilibbuns. Li-aids, the popular tiUfrml's.I. The following arc the supplementary resolutions etnptiud into iU waters the products raisedon ever rise above the idea of opposing the :s he ivucld more that it be laid opoq "
Whale Boce Hooks and That the federal government is one of in relation to the Kanu. e- ; the tablet :r
Kves created S41h Northern Abolitionists
.tIr.1: I I the soil, and the comuiodi by mad mel
i.cr'eI : VC5A: | Cbccta.llarcpys. Linens liU-ral powers. deri.oldJ! from the bru ka nd the of : Westernvallejs of sustaining The < as and being or Jcred resulted -
!* question, : foreign policy tin- industry of the people of car from the narrow consideration y nays .
and .y tttltfPUri1lc F:4.nu Gro DC Silks Constitution, and the grunt of power I Southern in- follows, 106 lOi FIL1W J I
AU-aiff Ilinc I the rnment. and the Union at large. --Southern inturtsu and as : yeas nays
g"\ .
aU tUJIQe.i tnuizttIti made therein ought to be strictly construed l I II -. .1 :
;ntDd FNliil'tl &a amLrio3 noLit1tt stitutions." lIe had taken this stand MORE in i negative. (Gmgresiitin-

DcLaincs, j Crape, by all the departments and agents And Whereas Since the foregoing declaration against them, for higher and holier purposes. -i al Globe p. 42. House Jonrnal. page 38

II,nIT SJtIT1I 'I' 21 11 1flttF4IE.La &Wk.!. tlOOl f.uon, Cords, of the government; and thai it is inexpedient -I was uniformly adopted by oiir predecessors : "THO IUD, WHITE ASP BLUE." It was to maintain the interests of the On th 3d January, 18-13, Mr. Morgan ;
.li:1tur.Oice exercise: doubtful ia National Convention an adverse -
and dangerous to .*
Urown Shc.tin iSlcachcd fulfill the presentel a resolution instiacting-*
Sheeting Union to our 01
part compact
lI-ly I ; c"I.tituti"uall'wcr iHjhtical and religious test has been I For Buclanan-pride, cf the nation ,
-ttir lii, Drills.Staving. ) which formed this confederacy of States. Commit ee an the Territories to inquireinto
1CJflt(3h. :2.; That the constitution does not confer secretly organized 13' a party claiming to The cbuiee of the fearless and frea- Ni-rthern-mnn the expediency repealing an act pas. -,
!McQueen J Wcblinjr, No, it was not a a or as a
i .fTror.nr .41' LAn; Edfeiugi Insert?; | Men's Shirts, upon the gemral government the j power to be that exclusively American American, and should it i i. pmipor clearly We juia in a heartfelt! oration, Southern man. that lie had so long. here sed by t ic Territorial Legislature i of Florida -. \ j;' .,,.

9C. E. .. commence and carry on a general system I : Democracy Anti he shall our President be! and at home. struTgled to defeat the mail tntit led L.\n act to prevent the faturu .
JfldI1r Ltucn Cambric Handkerchiefs &c ic.1JOOTS .
I define its relations thereto: thervf.ire.1t'8u1red '
--- -4 of internal improvements. Our bosoms, in throbbing communion, efforts of Northern Abolitionists. It was migrati n or emigration of free negroes" .,
aKJ'1I1--r.urllm, t -cuKIRCIIUTT --_ \1': WWIIU.G : AXU SIIOEg.Ijidies' 3. That the constitution docs not confer I That the foumUtion of this Remember the statesman so true, as an American citizen, determined, at all \ and mul \tiles into said Territory* or st t j.

& 1)O1VMU.ATTOIIXEYS Ulack Silk Coisvs 0-: Ukitcrs.u authority: upon the federal government, ;I union of States having been laid in its Who sheltered: our glorious Union hazards tu discharge a great and paramount much thereof a* imposes a capitation tax Iii!'
Coloivd Tie directly or indirectly us.umo the debts I proiperily. expansion and pre-eminent example -. such of them enter said Terri- r
AT LAW *. And Stands by the red, white and blue duty. As I oncu before remarkedon on as may
fi If the several States contracted for local I I in free government, built upon entire their sale fur
Fine Englibh' Kid Slippers ( this floor. I (eU you. my Southern brethren tory an i authorizes ninety. u
.A'1I "Fn.nth .* internal improvements, 01 other State pur- freedom in matters of religious concern, From lands where the millions are yearning the great mis. of the North will fulfil nine y.dra for non-payment of said tar. .

Ijtnls for Claims, "GCJnt ukillik hosenor would guch asiUTVjition be ju.tor I and no respect of per>ons in regard to I For freedom from tyranny's chain the compact to the letter and spirit. Mr. I lack moved to l lay the resolution !> ,
rank or place of birth no can justly
party .
530. Sf.U'TH 'TIUF.T, "Kid exjK-dieni.' I Buchapan, in gladness returning, We rec..gniled jour property in rlave* on the liable ,
TUN CITY. 'i "Ki:1 Tics, 4. That jiutice and sound policy forbid ,, bt> tI 'CtuL< national, con.stitution.il. or in I Beholds dear Colombia again. when we entered into solemn covenant and Mr. J tines called for the yeas and nays. t

':1S1Jl SU' 4' lm: uu.1l'c111ooli, the; fcdt-rul government to foster one branch accordance with American principles which His heart beats with freedom's deTOtion union with you. We solemnly agreed which were ordered,and being taken, R.. I
UTIll pnrfec Uforc tbe Cimrt Itf CU B% wiIt uf industry the detriment of any other. basi-s its exclusive organization upon religious suited i 113 80. FILLMOKF;..
Coc-n.u &nd tLeCKI't.t Mi' 1': rodi Uouts, His soul is kteadfast and true; that they shoul form part of the 1'3.ii.'i oi in yeas nays
cw.t Uciyfu and accidental birth place. I
pium-nu Doy 1i SIiuaeI' sir t tr'J t'l'U'.III1:11i. \! Tine linot, to the injury of another portion of our That we reiterate with renewed energy I "He swears to the Union devotion, become vntches. and wholly in..emibe pae :lOt; Houso Journal, p.131- ; I
:CXCCSJ.J5ccTOSC. *. Shoes, CMUIIHOII country that every citizen and of purpose the well ci'ns-dergd declarations Aal stand ly the rod, wbue and bias to the obligation of covenant and duty, On the 23d of Febuary. Mr. Briggs,; of vMassach r ,I
section of the Country has a rijht to of fill user conventions uj-'U the sectional tfui I usetts. asked l leave to submit the '1-
Kip Unigans exery : ib.UI sever
E. S s.lluu and Xo factions dUeniop3 ice 1IiJlftl.tifu.llifu.fll compact.
of d"tr.estic
a"'l1L, II. r. demand and insist an equality ol felaxery the followin resolution: :
A CEn Slippers. UJH.II i The banji! that our Washington! wrought ; Early after th" meeting of second ;
S U 2I1U1CT, r S. S. M Eiiainck-d and Faocj Shoes rights and privilege, *, and! a complete and reserved rights of the States; and that 'The Union unchanging forever, session December 9, 1810, Mr. Adanjs offeted Wber as, all! laws passed by tbe Cover* ))1
C. Cut. l10rida I we more distinctly meet tho i issue; on I 4 r.
) 11..0 E. 44 Cloth C Jailers ample' protection of j loe'-"UUi anti property may the following resolution: nor and Legislative Council of Florida are i .
lltur: timj tf i Pmrtork.. A.c"nrSw.1bh. ( ** Iji-tinR tipped O Jiprtw Gsitcru from domestic vioU-ncu and foreign agris.iiufl. II which a sectional) party, subsisting exclusively Is shriusd in eclj patriut' thoaghLOar Resolred. i the standing rule of this in full fc I'CeJ until disapproved by Congress
iInEi J.U .J.Jty2Sty on slavery agitation, ROW relies tite.t love a&d our faith are not hollow; ,
h the 23th of therefor ;- *
Lcther! J No. 51 adcpted on p '
_ 'out1' nrztns.tipi: 5. That is the duty} of erpry branch: of I the fidelity of the people. North and In strength they were nourished and grew, January House last bo, 'and the same is hereby Resol red, That the Committee on thou ;

I r IU1UTT.II ,U.t.A"lIE .5 call l: nins. the (Government enforce ami practice I South, t-i the Constitution and the Union. The chief we have chosen we'll follow, rescinded. f Judiciary. be instructed, forthwith to .re* J j I
I B1UHETT & ALFAAMlLtl, I Chuldzvnb' Shot'! { 4 lurgc Stock, &c.. &c.. : the tniist rigid eoHiomy in conducting our I Ileure Thai 1 chiming fellowship with And stand by the red, white and blue. Mr. Jenifer, of Maryland, moved to lay : -port the folowin! and that revenue and (kiMiig thu co-operation CII all whoregard Be it enacted by the State and House T.
lieakri iuGroceries. public ntlai: 1'1 n&tlr i the resolution on'the the table.
t "IH11. nd KcuU II ATi?; AND CAPS. Our ToieM arejneJ ia communion '
the Union
L1. I o-j:iit tu be ruio-ii tlmii is i requirud, to de- I the preservation under After some conversation on the sihject, of Repr .sentatites t fth#United States,tnH .11 t
Pro\i ions Tobacco, A good aFcorlineiit, fMini.-ii.inK ojHOIIN 31IN' Government the constitution as the paramount issue The stars of oar flag are above I assembled.
\ PANAMA, STKAW PALM LEAF; fra) tl.e rLcc-"ary c\inses of the the yeas and nays (.n the motion to by on Congre f That an act passed
Segars, LlqUJral15, &c.: WOOL, and FELT H.TI1 tocutlcr will ChiUdregs' : and for gradual but certain extinction and repudiating all! sectional parties and Iliuza far BuchaqiQ and Union! the table were then ordered, and being by the (iovernur and Legist! lI\'e--' Council i '
platforms concerning Domestic slavery. Huiza fur the man that we love of Florida : 1
At the corner Store JJaU and lilootucn.SADDLERY. <>f the public debt. taken resulted a* follows: yeas S2. of Territory approved by t
REED'S iCUAXGE.JACKSONVILLE.: ) C. 'j hut Congress has no power to charter which seek t., embroil the States and incise The old Union ship which ho rides in Xays.-Messrs. \dam"l11ker, Barnard, the said Governor on the 5th of March, )1 ;
that Lt-Iieve such! to treason and armed resi-tance to law in Is stanch in her timbers and' true, I 1842 entitled u.in act to the future :
A ">J1 .oj<>te4 ftsck, suitable fur the a :;.u"uitll.atlkj; we Bcatty. Boardman, Brewster. Briggs. Cal- prevent
1 ftOHW.\1 uf hostility to the Territories, and whose avowed purposes the states she is gliding, of free raulattoea .os I \ :
uf the IQu4t. dr.ma.D'I: an institution one deadly I And now through hnun Casey. Crittenden Clark, J. Cooper, migrati'' n negroes or
I FTEP ra&cfy! oo Uni Ml upj'liei *f IJ.\Il\\\Ir: tie Ut itu rft of our country.: dange- if consummated. must end in cis 11 war Iler flag is tho red white and blue! Cranston, Fd. Davis, Doe, Doig, Everett, this Tt r tory, and far other purposes." \1. :

IV in their line, wlaclj they uro alway HOLLOW.\1.!', UAZOU 8CIS?OIt'!, COF. ri'Un to our republican institutions and the and diunion, the American democracy recognize I FILLMORE. FletcherGates, Foode. Granger be and jth@ same Is hereby disapproved, :
fipeed itliii!! ;It tl.e U"e.t nmrket rate. Then 11 11IU'h FEE: iJILL *CjE\V: : FILES POWliER, I calculated toplace : :: and adopt the principles containedin of 't tI
w tn nelanvvly i Aill. A prill93LYLER fllOT. LEI DKAUIKO KMVES, hU-rtios of the j-enple, and the 'crflt. Fads from the Uccord.I ILland. Hall, Augustus C. Hand T. and slia]t henceforth be no force. I
I within the! organic establishing *
to ,
of the eriu-ether of
Mr.Jthe Ueorgix
KXIVE, rOUK? and, C.\Rnr.s: i the business country rus of Kansas and Nebraska as erubo- Henry, lIup iri. Jackson. C. Johnson. I objected .
mU'FlI ES"OOX ,CU. INS J I the control.il a concentrated mon"y power; Disclosure of Millard Hi/more' 'ote.f. Lane Lincoln, McCulloch Mallory, Marvin rec ptiun of the resolutioiji ; .
& ILINE'I KUPE, TACKS, HOLTS, and above 11.e laws and will of the i>eo ding the only sound! and safe solution of I Proring- that fie Acted ami Sympathized Mason, Mitchell,Calvary Mofrfs, Niiy.I.ii I MrBriMr.F .i moved a suspension of the roles" I; '

LOCKS, 1'ERCUS. pie; and that the results of Democratic the slavery question upon which the gVeat with the Abolitionists! Oaborne, Pi&&m nter. Peck Randall, jiLLMORE! be'iyFiidthat! the subject -* :
Ilror.np'1' ItJALFti Iii SIOX CAPS, other financial national idea of the people ol this wln.le the Committ '
legislation in this and all Randolph, Rarid&n, Jlidgway, Edward Rogers had] beta referred to ,
rORE1\.iX AND DOMESTIC PLAIXK. GOUGES POCKET KNIVES, have been can repose in its determined conservatism wished tn01Y'f ..J
uieafures upon which issues country Russell. Surgoaut, Simontun. Slate, on the udiaiarytand bp to .
South Head. t
\WiNES I RA iN DIES DnTS,tsPKIXU IlOOJRJ.ST.-\I'LES, SPADES, AXES, made between tbe two political! partes: of i of the Union; non-interference People of J. Smith, Trmnais Smith Tillinghast To- \vbetherj they had reported on it. ;
and '
SPIRIT LEVEL*, BUTCHER auJjJUOEKXIVES the country, ha\c demonstrated to lraoti.1 h.\ Congresswith slavery! in Slates I ITcrl' land. Trumbull. Underwood. Peter J.Wasener. The speaker said they bad not. 'Th J,

GLNS&SEGARS COTTOX CAUUS nELLOW oat men <-(all! parties theirsoaudiiess. safety tur.c8j; that this \va- the basis; of the There is an old adage, that men who Henry Williams and Winthrop. resuluti4n f was to direct them tor report : 1'
HOOKS und IIIXOKSrixuow I compromises of IboO. continued by both throw stones. b. 'i f 7
:, and utility in all business pursuits. live in glasshouses should not --5 forthwiljsuspens1 4
h3bflPSt.JIs1jafljflj' Jiryan strtrt \ STOP*, AuaEiis.B 7. That the separation of till moneys of I the democratic and whig parties in national I' Our nent seem to have lost sight of So the resolution was laid on the table. Tbe yeas and nays were ordered on the .
A W t. (SQUARES, n\cniiot)3 ratitkd by the people in the opp .
institu of the .
We4 of .rkel < u lr&J.t the (oHI1UUcn1.rulU all banking See Cong. Globe; page 12, House Journal on rule,3.
RULES, CAFPENTEft' IS51. and applied to the this "i'e maxim, for they *
election of rightly
of the The nestion then taken the .
for the on
ensable safety was
JI r.-l.\.. JI, GE012011. ) SASH lions i is indi.-i' I page 8. ([
TOOLS, CHISELS,TAP UOREKS, funds of the Government aud the rights organizatio i of territories in Ift54 that by I from their political lazar-house, a budget On the 21st of January,1841.Mr.Adams motion uf Mr Briggs to suspend the role!;-

1 JACOB COHEN .1(., Ac., AlrO of the JIt.''l'lu. the I1l11r"rul spplicatiun of this democratic of stones which they are throwing at presented and moved the reference of a and it 'v as decided in the negative-yeas* "

WOOD-WARE. such "i BUCKETS, BROOMS, 8. That the liberal principles omhndied principle to tile organization uf territories I James Buchanan forgetting that! MILLARD petition, asking the abolition "f slavery 66. nays 101. 5
: 8 Imu\1 STUEET. PAILS, AXE HELVES, Ac and the atlmUaion of now State, with or Yeas 3essrs.dams ADen Shcrfoclc
the Territories
in the Ueclarat".en: of Inde- but statute the District Columbia and in .
Jellerson is nothing a -
m11lLC t'0>, s CAItOMN'Auctioneer.' BOOKS AND STAT10XK11Y.niink by in the Constitution without domestic slavery, as they may FILLMORE. also. that no new Territory taler- J. Andrews, Baker, Barnard _Birdseyej ,.
Iouk, Fools Cap and Latter P&rr, 1'pacjls, tendence.{ and sanctioned elect the equal right uf all the State will of glass_forgotting that he lives in a ; B uardman. Borden Dres Briggs
be admitted into the Blair
coUutidn 01 makes ours the land ot liberty i eraling lacery, may ,
Wafers, *>cn .S. tia Wn, wlt fc which
: the
TDl intact, original compacts be shatteredby ChDd .
rr\ bepreiened of which can Brockw Bronson.Jere Brown, *
house crystal
Jirg.GROCKl'.IES of Union. y, J
School UU./K Io't411dar4 Workt, 03'1 light fua< and the a?} Iutn uf the oppressed every constitutions maintained 1 inviolate I
I : ami PRO VISIONS. nation have ever been cardinal principlesin the of this one stone hurled by a strong arm Mr. Conner moved to lay that portion Crittenden, S. X. Clark,. Cowen, CranstorrJCraveni "
; and the |erpeluation and expansion under the R. D. Dav!sJEd wards,Everett, .s ,
\ 'tfliiffii l A fuU w.rttucnt of Family Grooerie, lam the bemocrat'uxfai'h' ; and every attemptto Union ensued to its utmost capacity of We have been amazed and fnrpnsed. to : or the petition which came ; .
BEST.CYAM : Baoon, pork, Lard, Beef, Tonsrue*, Macluiral, I'o- the privilege of becoming citizens FILL- standing rule on the table. Gates. P. G. Gonfo, Hall, ,
abridge MILLARD
aud of *
.; Uluei, Beans, Flour, Bread Crackers, Ac., Ac. and owners of ;oil! among us ought to I embracing in peace harmony, evert hear the friends Mr. Adams asked how that was to be FlLUIfRE' Hudson, Hunt J. ro t I

U- constituted form- IIORK: claiming for him soundness on the done, for the petition must then nucesaari- James AndreKeDnedy

kids' Bomls Now Whivkoy, BourtonnWbUkcr from outstatue unuexed a repubUcau ascertaining that be has be in n Marchand Mathtot. 'Mat I
eb'1'ueo'. Stocks, Fin. Old Brandy, the alien and !cdit.iunla\\"i slavery question ; ly cut two. 1
R cliSei)aud Couirnon WUbkey. Cbaiu.pagn book. of government.Ketolctd been orthodox on this question. Mr. Warren, of Georgia, observed that LuCks_Maxwell,M Inar Morris, OsbbrneRamser
&c", &c" &!. ., iJa4iira and Port Wines, Schn) all 4, Jtc.FANCY under That we recognize the rightof always if the petitioner thought proper to attach B.RandaiC Randolph,Read Rkfgwiy

tl'libf\'llad\"IUI' c. madeJLQ.P1CKNEY en rrcp Hy. GOODS. i!:'. That Congress has no power the j-e 'ple of all the Territories, including an I really becoming indignant that any objectionable matter,not receivable hy the \\l Russell J. M. Russell, SaltorisUll

I 1 11 Perfumery, 1ilA, Tuoth, Nail ani Hair Brueh- the constitution to interfere \ith of tho or control Kanaka and Nebraska, acting throughthe one should doubt his soundness. Why. House, to their (petition, they ought not SanfordL Slade, Stbkelyl,'Stratteh, Tilling i,

ct, Drcwiiig CutnUi, Looking' lasses, Ac. the dotufitic institutions several the- fairlv expressed will of the majority of his friends tell us that they don't care a to complain if thy whole was rejected He .. Toland TomTinson. Trnmoull, Wallace. !'

JR., The above, wbich ecumeralw but comparatively States, and that all such States are actual iesideiit&; and whenever the number -" when they have such a therefore moved tho rejection of the .J. LWhite,S.W. WiHiams;Wintfirop : \

\ tUft 1T) (i. MXrKNET t CO.] few article of our present Stock, *c offer to sole and proper judges of everything appertaining uf their inhabitants justifies it, to form Eg fur a platform, whole. Yorke, dug. Young_65. (See CbnSres3ioial .
attract the attention of the }Public fluting that to their own affairs; not prohibited axuri&lilulion with or without domestic candidate as Mr. Fillmore-that his life \ Globe 337,House Jr. p.139.) r.I
of the petition coming under p.
FACTOR it will, That portion
those .bu may be iu-IaceU tu call upou n by by the constitution; that all euVHsof into the UniunUl'un acts are a sufficient platforman r
be admitted and
to the eaiue.Apri2G I induce slavery and public the rule, having been laid on the table I ITO[ BE COXTISCED.JI :
tare no reaaon rayret others made to -
COMMLSSIONMEIICIIANT. JJUHTON & cil.i1Is.llCrClQIlt'.9 the abolition tots or terms i>f perfect equality with the ample guarantee that ho is all they could tub tilentio. I -.
i interfere questions Dlm'c ;
Congress to "WJ. I other States.TOE ask for him. Well, we are now going to Mr. Blarlc. of Georgia moved to reconsider And xow the IlatUc 1* to '(V .
t'ortlL? take incipient sU.'jtf relation '
Commercial '
to -
_. Wharf of .hl\"irur '
1 lead to the reeord his public acts whicb the vote for the purpose, in case it The old banner that Jefferson \
CbIrIMi14.S.C. I, thereto, are calculated to FOEEICX POLICY or COVERVMEKT give his glorious ;
-_ ) fjotcl, alarming and dangerous consequences, are so satisfactory-from which should bw reconsidered (if moving the rejection first raised."say* the Boston ,Jest 8nd .
: most such efforts have: an itievitabletendency Reyolccd, linally, That by the conditionof they say of the whole as be contended that that tidated over the great, he&rtJoC Jackson i > ..
Joseph! Whildcn JACKSONVILLE FLA. and that all ins'titutiensof theold world it will be seen, that while in Congress, have been receive
diminish the happiness of the the l opular no part of it ought i is bnce-more unfuled On it is hscbribel >
aler A'alats rPIIIS HOTEL now open for the reception r.fA to the stabdiiy and per- and the dangerous tendency of sectional MILtAKD FILLMORE tympathiznl, On that motion, Mr. Adams demanded the names of BCCHI..XAJJ ASDBitEcsisRiDGor

Oil and Glass cuitoiuers. The undcnipt flatters aflurd himself to rople and of endanger the Union, and ought not tu agitation.combined with the attempt to I II acted and toted icith. Adam, Sladet Gid- the yens and nays, which were ordered,, both of great. intellectual "I j I.
)o.l1 11 \VSE.STHCET.u.l that he hat the ability and dirpokifion to inaticncy enforce civil and religious disabilities I and decided by Vea nan as follows yea of
and friend of our l.J. and lofty personal, character
political Abolition Party ;
f his the very best acuouimodatiotu be countenanced by any dinsi, and the genera power
patron citizenship: In the
CALIIn S. c. I the right of acquiring 51. FILLMORE negative
.ha against 103,nays both iteSrnen in the true sense .of .t.o :
Ltpe rilling public may .
the tra
will to institutions.Resulted famous 21st rule
eGIIItll1th piafBnU 2.th the was
K l..u.1e. -'l1Onal On the
.cI'AUT8 OILS "taU kiml, VA11Nmnd atropite bit HOUM, the Uwt tare that can be fur. the foregoing proposi. i, in our own land, the high and sacred duty (See Congrestioual Globe, page 116, House word ind of ,comprehensive views;,.and
'. oqots "l\OOW 1.I.A8S SAS11ES. gns I. niched in th.city. TU JJerebncts Hotel if now That intended to embracethe i is devolved with increased responsibility adopted as follows : Journal, page 202.) both worthy' to fill and.adorn, ..highpleaces

ftPt'TI E 81'lIUT tAsvuTToN FOOT open under bit management and upervUiun, and. tion covers and was upon the Democratic party of this countryas That no petition memorial, resolution, So the vote was reconsidered. After of the republic. Such., szethetandardbezrersof (.
.11 .UttW''' liLt t and UUUS11ES of n. I he hopes by strict attention to businei* anj moderate whole sulflcct of slavery agitation in the party of the Union, to uphold and 01' other paper praying the abolition of some further conversation, the hour having the Democratic ,fig l '-
of the democratic
-"kiada. I JnorSSljrM I cbarMiS. to merit silberal JOHN share nOZE11Areb :publicpatronags. Congresa., and tucrcft standin the this na- maintain the right of every ute; and slavery in the u.strct of Columbia or expired the House proceeded to tbe orders [langil i on the outer .wall of each Demo- .,

-. I 9-tf- I'ruprietor.C1)tUatt3' narty-of the Uolun, abide ; on and adbeit thereby the union of tho Stares; am sustain any State or Territory, or the slave trade of ratic sitadal!! Let Democrats_ ,one and -

'.WILL14 31. TUNNO, lional platform, will by kuown and advance among us constitutional between the States or Territories of the Onthe77th January. 1842. 2-1 SessIon1 ill. rail f under its glorious fold, and clofaip I
f tho
(UU Teu 1'incknej i Co;) ,, faithful execution '*> acts settled by liberty by continuing tu reoiit all monopolies United Stales in which it now exists, shall 27th Congress. Mr.'Giddrazs. of Ohio.pre- in e >lid phalanx for the.fight. Let net / .'
: 5 jotcl as the compromise measure and exclusuc! legislation for the benefitof entertainedin memorial from certain legal votersof f-
PAOTOB. ) ? I fugitive be received by this house, or seated a he: error be committed of underrating
Congress the act fur reclaiming the few at the expense of the many- whatever." Lean in ,the county of Ashtabula, and enemy The sectionalISm. that ,would di-
AIKEX.' S. C. IronTstTUce or labor included; which act and the vigilant adhearance to these any way ian it the Hon. of Ohio praying Congress to repeal
COmrtsSIO visited by During the dicus upon State rideovr country and the kllow- Lhink.
; MERChANT is till j
resurt for Invalids to CArry out an express of the the hoi'dinz .
fHIIISavoriU bcm designed and the cotnprouiiscs constitution New York regulating or sanctioning would'mae .
"If in the Spring end Wia- ;; with i principles Mr. Vawkrpool 1 of Kinderbtok the laws ism that oar.euuntry not
t'1or14. cannot '
lu4 outUero Gc9zglaia I by maiiy, MjwiiJly provision of the consttution. which are broad and' strung made the transpartatimi of persons as slavesin .,
him residence.)
-*- The proprietor has atnuciated with a I (Mr. Van .Uuien's or worth dividing, will array themselyes ia .
. o1lftrciat rRuIJVCE, Northern gentleman and baring improved the lidelity therefore,be repealed or BO changedas enough tu embrace and uphold the Union fallowing' eloquent and htghlr patriotic Jesse's of the United States sailing form!dahle host.. It will be u,anscrapa

k&:1.iI14] 'H7ar/ CharUtton 8.C. Table and the llunt generally, they trl1lt tlldtt..wtlpdacemel1" to destroy or impair its efficiency.lletolced as it "aiJ and the Union as it is-the Uni- remarks, at the 'conclusion of which the coast wi. from one State .another.. and Iou I as itss dangerous. It will jnaligaAor] -
S7 nl.trpetJ Savuw.Ga. (16m. their united .f- That the democratic party full of the of all 4 4eyerT
wilo' rights
together it shall be in 'expansion and decided protecting
its laws
to in Con- on as question was taken t n adoption to pay candid lea, it will.tradoce our cans,, 4et '
forts(.ptoac their patrons, will iuduco mary will resist all atu-tnpt at renewing the energies and capacities of this .great in tbeaffirmative-yeas 114, nays persons claimed or held as slaTes who mar pemocrat lend a.defeaito ca} iaay land
jbuatinuepherooAikrA\ of the
n. s. viiit Aikeu thtsprizig._ cress or out. of i it, the agitation '$ constitutionally entitled to their freedom .
LAWTON c Co., knuwa fur 1U s.nddryneu, thatti or progressive people. 108. FILLMORE in the negative. ee be a iilingba.ndtca defend 1',.e
Is well puruncsi under whatever aba-jo
rOi"UEXUDtn11.I 8, LAVVTOX. w so or the
t- mtrl7. \I Formerly of N. B.BILLIARD TABLES and BOWLING : color the attempt may with thu foreign i policy of the country Journal, page'241. masters beyond the jurisdictIOn' >resen condition>f country in his. loca-
Jtbit2i4aC. Lawtonvmas.c. ? /.LOONS: near tbe Ilot.Il Boggiet CamageirnJaaJdlerllursMeaa : ReiolceU, That the proomfc of the public is inferior to nu, domestic question Mr. Vaunerpool l said it was"not hIs talent State i ia which they art legally held to be jon o! the ',candidato for the executive

: Be Wand and Upland Cotton ; U procured B-3m without toy. ,, land tniRhtto Us. sacredly l applied,, to wJutever. The time ha* come for tbe people to conceal his thoughts and his bold ala.ea. ". hair.: We have hadPreaidenta,from.Virnnim .

. and Rice.CTQru3. l-Scully. ,tub the natiounl object specified the constitution of the United- &:* to declare themselves and early expressi-n them here mid at Mr. W.Cost Johnson objected to thereoption md ,from Massachusetts fromj:tha) .t

io I' J Holmes Iud thai we art opposed( to anylav in favor of (rest suds and prygrosire home, had, at avery early period, broughthim of the petition as prohibited by South. from Obio-from tha, Grait.-tate, 1..
'? .1j14. flIP the J distribution of such proceeds free trade.throughout the world.! And by into marked d1"favor wilh.th Abolitionist a'rule of the House In relation' petitions ind f m> commercial ;Kew Yurk. jut .. .r'

; .. Ltdht:: 11a4 Cun.&mllf Merchant, 100 TTa.7 Strut, Jf. T. an".n2 thIS StatWi; as alIke inexpedient, in solemn namfvetaiiuns: f o place their moral *. He had never wooed ''them he for the,abolition of slavery. on the r elections there,vas no geographilivjsir 1'
. 60ttu 'l 4 TIC WHARF \TTILL pet MrtfcuUr aUeation to snUs 0 j YelV tu the CtJIIs3IUtJUfl.Jtzulred. of thtir successfulexample. ,northern Mr. Wise supported the objection strenuously I
Lumber. Lhe Oak, and policy and repufftuin influence by the t'ule bad never won them, as many of parties as is, now pfopused. ;Its
II \ law line up- memorial amount
i.C. 1U41 \fit arc dvcidtdly To show the estimation insisting that the U
Oar LRX TIMBER and PRODUCE, mad pwl.ticianll.ad done sign floant that,in such a cri as emu
a or JllLrlI'Cf baa Utn u the F* t rftC. other to order SOUTH for piircbaslpg JdEIiCIUXDJSE., iakwg .from the President "theEualitied Second-JUtohedf That our leogrl bi. in which'they had held him,be.. nerd i ed to a prayerfur the abolition of slavery hen '
" r about twentyem..arid Ycio, power, by ,hlch be M ena- with refrrencu tu oulv say, that though he 'had always been onboard any AmericanTesseL.whether hon! supply the President., She will
cw=t.tt,7, eJl..neaee an4 auotion to lin 'Aro'1 nal' and nopmtibaitirakniply cal and political' position in which slave was
. DOY17.1 7..clJi CleJ under restrictions tho other Stairs of this continent, no leu an Abolitionist in bia District Uury.bad -puWUr or:private, send f Jrth her-great statesnua w1LISh.lirsi ,
. ., -- a. OTWIS wOdrt-t-'l- guard the public than the interest of tmr o.wimerc&a.ndth. uef cr.sent to him oneof their petitions; ClIme three lesgnrt oat io sea- new ranch tu theKortb.sod to the"Sooth

It .f'lrnu 'Fun SALE.PORTABLE $AW tXWEE1ti altar tbl poblieatioa I shall apply intereSts, to suspend the passage, u r o ,bill l develipnient :of our growing. power, requires had never trusted him.with the presentation shape of the Abolition 'question, and one at- and tl.atbasttezba| so. l long has bjonIbe ,. '

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11 .4, tile P1arlk BM4 Ulne 1 11."If.Crolla IWW UwL of JtUcava fur Luttan of' Administration. on the of two thirds of tliti&nat and House ,olto involved in the>'Monroe.doclriue_ lot of other gentlemen,bis colleague' wbotrcrc tempted. He held that the deck ot & bi the. .t'iOUO.o the V l i l jJ
App1 P; d.* a.e GED. W.CALL XUtalcefKoalt SAns jreae & un noie Iii favor with ,them, to,I*e- ;iea Ih'E was fortiori
Their import rater .
r. PA RAM MOODT, \flLtUX'O..CLEGG., ,. be obtained tbt-won aud.whidj beariDi.and ?-h 5 '.' : ,. i : .j Jt :5

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_ ? k 1 I...ri--*- *- -iI_-. -u. -'.--__-,_ -irl" "'--:. irr = :::T- __ J_=-- r Mr. Clay Speaks--Itcar Rim [ believe that every true friend of liberty addressed tjr> tongoUi. their Uomenic 3 $4
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BLUNTEI letter
Buchanan Your
k POINT for SIB :
.1 A STRONG Union slioull vote p.r.
12.Hr. ihi
the Sew York y Jkily ind
from wi,
4 1 from the Wilmington "We find in the Lexington Obsttvcrand Del? the the Dein"crai C tidra in their mode
liuchaiiaa not a Friend of the \VtrkIuttni.it. ( c Jflorita 4Tctus.JACKSONVILLE The Rtpublicitn copies and Breckmridge; the Hoa. Philip stj-.ct onty
i Herald an articW in which it is Reporter a letter copied; from the Kentucky The delivery of this speech was like an Elector for the Eastern District ofFTtrii! the provisions or the federal

r Appeals toSrurkingmen''areECiierally gravely argued that Urn Know Nothing Slatetman. which we publish with electric shock. The people crowded das b ei> handed lo me fsrs repl/, il with the privilege of ad0ra5:
l.Um\jri tf the meanest and tnoct con* is from Jas. Bv Clay
: sort. They arc filled with claptrap : party South should nok crime over to the satisfaction. It around him. and received it with bursts of Dell liavin been compelled to decline IK>- Union wherever they have the
I teniylttiltf American
tti6tatement and buncombe. They support of Mr. Buchanan because it would a son of Henry Gay, the'great applauseTt true Torer ofliis country inga candidate, and I,as his alternatFiaving population Cr om RePre* nUtit.Bim. hi e.

I Hart, with suppos'tion tnntall working SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, '56. be fanning n sectional party at the South, statesaten whofa all men' delight to hon spoke, his heart icas burning wIth patriotic taken: his place r>t> the Deioocnt ." which 5. apparently broad

I men are fools, and require to be owxedor and this brethren at the North might follow or. fire, aad he afo'c above party cpnsiJewtioiM ticket.I to be construed fairly into 'a p1ed iiit

.i lv'uuel. It may amwcr in Englith >r the example and go over to Fremont. This Teller Is the best refutation tbrt and like a patri >l of 76, "live or die. fully agree with you in the gloomy Kansas shonM W admitted a
infcke ibuwnd ,
pretence French elections of sympathy to and great lute for the We hope our neighbor will not be shocked could be mad of the stale slander itw sink or swim, survive or perish," I am forebodings expressed in yonr letter c.f the if her peplo desire it ; but it Is .

i laboring classc*; but those classes art too when we inform him that his apprehcnsions attempted ta be revived by a venal partiutt for the Unio, wrf I win rise above party conseqnenci-9 likely to ensue from the rice- true that whilst by ttie Mi* ouri rJtr/

and well) informed in this country : relative to the, unfounded ctiitrgcsaginst Pret1dentistl lion this right was denied
S wtt Higvnt npon that score are entirely groundless press prejudices.A lion of Mr. Fremont in the pending to the pcote.f

..,. to lie canght" by such fulsome and insulting fur that is just what! has already hap 'Mr. Buchanan-charges denied by contest, but 1 cannot perceive how Kansas, and slavery was in express

appeals. No rvspeciable newspaper pened. There are scarcely enough Fdl' Henry Clay himself) by histtiopnphef Chance for Speculation. these evils are to be avoided by the course 'forevir prohibited." the 12th clan-eof
No fpctker
condescends to them. public left in the Northern or Ftee and by the public generally. The The New York Day Book says: A gentlemen the Know ,
I *ill attempt such apjicals w ho(ears ridicule more men now address is proposed by yon, viz : that the Democratic wine Nothinplatfrm denooal

4 and regard* himself. Yet iu ht-atvd cam States, to make leaven Ml of]am) M he high personal regard which these diatvivuished in Philadelphia whose electors ftilaStatcstiouh! catt their vote -esthatrepeilas rrrr ,' n.i* .till._ _.

V I>4U iia, when the small fry .s.,f parlies be- For President, kneading cit nervous editors can give statesmen ever cntertaTneJ for giitraitteed: for by the Pennsylvanian offer for Mr. Fillmore, rhonld they find that Mr. Here then is either a contradiction interm

framc active in the cane,of WP these ftccaxiitnallykc absiirl JAS. BUCHANAN. them will not malo them rite into a respectable each other also effectually disproves these One Thousand Dollars to any rerson Buchanan cannot obtain the mnjority. and the right of the people to frame tlwr; 0Jcn
and hear something BuchananS 7he Southern Know maliciou fabrca lions. who win establish Mr. *titution rec.icni7.c
*'apj etls tw \\vorkingineri and we must party ) bar that by voting for Mr. Fillmore they would anil the pnit.Iiuu .

tiresnnie that tnosc who make, >uch actually OP PI.'NNSYLVANIA.: Nothings, we hoaTd think woud! belike Mr. Clay, in inii-jouncing his deteimina- complicity with the Storyf prevent the election from being carried into them to excreise that eght enonnd

suppose that some pom(! results fi om 'alWal1, ashamed to march through Cov- lion to vote for Mr. Buchanan assumes a gain and corruption.' He will al.(<) l>ity the House of Representative as re-ckli-ss and nnwi,*, ,,r eIlM,

them to their own caute. Eko they For Vice-President, is alike honorable to htm- if it can he proved that
entry neii with such a beggarly crew.- portion which the same amount I have desire to detract from the reputation clause of that platform cannot b ( !
no air1'
,? wuuM not hate made them.Fheethue invented JOHN C. BilECtiURIDGE, We have learned from intelligent gentle pelf and the powerful parly cit which his Mr. Buchanan ever Mid 'that if he had on* which Mr. Filhnore'.s course construed into a pled--, hat KnMj shill

; .rT a Some story dirty that partisan Mr, Buchanan was not *'fl OF KENTUCKY. men recently returned from the North-.thut honored father was the acknowledged lead drop of Democratic blood in his veins he whilst occupying the Piesidential chair le admitted into the Union ISA Slats

friend to the working men." It i* caught they duI not t-e a Filhnore, flag in all New er. would Trl'it out," and still another thousand earned for himself by reviewing his position State. Mr. Fillmore.in ,11 hi,

i up and repeated by the less decent of the For Governor, England, whilst every Town and Village Fro uw Kentucky Statetman.Mr. to the lucky individual that wil' to that time' I an> content having ch'-ern the IStl, cl.u.e of th
Know Nothing
Itlack "lie-publican" and had which appeared either ////on I dcsnr. thnnigh yourCOiu.t1.sy that he was ever in fivor (if t wincing previous form as the text of his I-t-
Tbe Uemocnitic palters have as M.S. PERRY flags flying on statement made in prove judge of Northern State-men by their discourse.,
; to correct' a ?ecisionof
j preM.
dav. <
the ridirnlou blander the of Buchanan or Fremont. 'Ihe wages to felt cents per given that his express and
IIij jet scarcely noticed OF ALAC1IUA COUNTY. names the Sla'teS'iutn of the 4th jflst., wlr.ch does present avowed position upon the great

.1 deeming it. doubtless beneath their attention. only political top'c mi.itinncl I U Slit rer. great iujtist.Ce to two ol my friend- and each ease to be left to disinterested umpires. ivin' issues uf the! day, and! judging by proval, and wholly igmireil tI'

*Ve do not propose to examine it and the it* For Congress, The Buchanan men sustaining Southern political brothers the IIou. Jo4iiM F. Bell There is a chance for Mr. Buchan thts'st.tndard; anil this atone, I am fortvd to of the 7lh ilaiwe, has ,lilareti ll. ow neon
for that were doing It. Kinkead thai
allegation, and the union The Fremont men of Hit_ Ic. and the lion.I an's slanderers. It is a significant fact struction them and
of Mr.Filhnore. upon
rights ; stands
that the .
., authors too utnch honor; but we place GEO. S. HAWKINS if Kenton and which moivuver i is untrue. the the nchvsiou. position Unmi ,
( ridiculous charges are
) .J upon record Mmply the following letter, OF JACKSON COUNTY. giving there 'hhrieks for freedom. We The article to which I refer states "thairestiluti the above thee upon that issue which is of all milted U-furu the country n-'aituf the

i writttu by Mr. BCCHIXAX some nineteen : could name half a dozen Northern-aisuh MIS expressing the cunHdence ofli.e only ones Mr. U'idimiii'.s opponents can othi r.* iii the most vital importance to the exi-rciso by the Vei'te of Kansas of the

.. & rears ftp"! when a U. S.Mahlon Senator Dicker-from For Elector.*, Webtern States in wh'eh there are :io Fill- Whigs of Kentucky in Mr. FiUimnv bring nga"n him. and if the father of lies South is identically the Fame wit It Mr. priv-leges! K-cured to them by ilC j of

Pennsylvania the Hon. electoral tickets run at all. Thj and ;ilyllls he was worthy their support himself shoiil I try hb best, he omld not the Missouri restriction in tie
more but little K
I ton then Secretary i.f the Navy : cio.y.. CAM,, of Eat Florida.M. 1818 were rejected by the vote* olMM falsehootl in Fremont, and that it can matter iua8Mtlalmit "
in 6
WAMIISCTOS. Dec 26. 1R37. A. l.OXC, of .11 I.I die IMnihta.V. South will have all the glory of electing as .en countie, lo one' in the State Convention probably concoct so to the South which (these gentlemen! that Mr. Fillmore is not j, ?.

.. My Dear S/r;-. rennet me LI. address* I). ItAUMvS, of \Vi-ht FJorlila.JAMCS Mr. Filhnore, if t-K-cted nt all. lii-ld at I.oni\ill>' (n the 3-1 inst.. small! a space as they occupy. in the successful candidate ft>r the Presidency. press terms 1'e'I.euI- :- 1 n, vtto a LIt! ..1_ _

.. you on a subject h-ch has exciti-d muih MIL cAimiLiWe CORLJtON HENCE. Uiid the Mr. Hell and Kinkead adtocaten THEY flr.rrsr.Thic American State ting Kansas Into the L'uioi, M ?!?,.Su.t[
of mEouzututbvrizeJ.itgeutfor1liultiurougi
.: feeling Philadelphia throughout and has the tnhsli-dmy city and county warmest ( cO&iaty.L propo.- to publish in connexion 1 them.It is undeniably. true that snch n-solu- Council of the State of Connecticut re fuse I observe that Mr. Fillmore in his speech Nor docs Mr. Fremont gitc any lncpledge.

1 r j .. tympanic /*$*" fl. PACETTV, Esq, Merchant, 1 istnr auAjjeut next wetk the correspondence between lions were olFered in the Cojiventuin by to surrender their charter at the demand at Albany has advanced the idea that we, On She contrary, lie plainly ttn,

ft J. Ftve hundred! mechanic?have been suddenly thurizet for the city ot St. Aujfiielioe. Mi. Cabell nnd C0!. Long the Democratic Col. Hopkins of llender!>on, and it is also of Mr. Bartlctt. Mr. Sherry, as President of the South, would not submit to be his sitppo lets that if lie 1 is tlecte.! tL0lh

I k thrown) out of t employment in the rrit. T. ti AV A,t q,h cur authorueJ .\gent l.'andidve! for Elector in tire Middle Dih- true that they were laid upon the table of the Council, does not ree 'gniae in governed by Mr. Fremont. In this I trust s uf Congre.-s in relation Iu the terntoiits -
Yard in Philadelphia, at this inclenrnt f.'r vf CU-irlfbtun 3. C. of I fix teen counties to (ifle. But will IK !
If Navy tUocity by a vote have heard ; faithfully cxecutet1as Now
p season of the vt ar. Mo t of them trict. The reply of Mr. Geo. W. Call appears it is not true that either Mr. Bell or Mr. Mr.BarllUl the power lo revoke the char and believe he 1 is mistaken. I Kansas ,

: depending on their daily labor for their' z in this number. By the byVhiy Kinkead voted for them; on the conliary ter. no such sent'inent advanced even among the act contain. an express

..0 tUily bread, you can easily appreciate what: JACKSONVILLE. JUNE 21.! 150 does not the Republican publ-ah! this correspondence both gentlemen oj.p>i ?-l them as I have SIS. thore who have lie reputation ofdtiiriny pledge that K: r.iai thai! Ur admitted io,

.; 4 I must be their uUiiii. Their large CAMPAIUN'FLOIUDA NEWsT 1 Does Mr. Cabell make too reason to believe ihey would have done WI SCON a is3olution! ; 'it- the Union. None at the the Union with or without nhvery th,

:. j families (as a friend informs me) are in a TIlE resolutions tondorse any one but a true The Madison (Wisconsin) Argus gives pw-ple I'rescriLe this UFremoniX
admistions, for the weak stomach of St'iith have claimed that the election of aNorthern may of 31s'.
most lamentable condition and tjod only To nine's JuT'scribor, . 31 00ToMCluIiiufi many old line Whig for the oluM of President. figurps to prove that Wisconsin is for and Vice-President if ftiiaJlt-,1.! llujy weiminds ;! let cur
a Pies'nTent by
will become of them unle-a the Republicanl desire aol requi' -
knows what 2035t also at ihc.expret l hvtt the democratic
1'.O. the
.. AiMresi, uuie It was, Buchanan. For years
Mr. Adams vvc.nl.l W at ra-w ou puuiuit! but wheil.r
government (uves them employment. i 44 300 $ Now, tir, allow me to re-mail k that nothing 41 41 f 41 41 44 500 The New York Citizen. withdrew his m >i' i's, tn tha eiictihat vote ha> been largely on cause for a dissolution of the confeuHraey ; fulfilled or not, I rrgict that we Lave no
'I' necefMly ought to compel a 44 44 (, 44 44 44 7(|() The leading! organ: of the Irish portion have nndnninishe'l the congressional election in the fa'lof from Mr. Fillmore
short of the Wh'gs of KcnfU'ky aliI I < ed to find! such a pledge tush 1 arc left in
; greatly t
theflOflPj. am urprt
F paternal government to place such a body' Orders must be accompanied with ol our population is out for Bnclunan and cnnideiice( in Millard Fillmore." I It is 1M4 the anti-democratic nnj-inty wa8211. uttered candidate of that painful uncertainty as towlat his c>Miiia

of mechanics w ho Lave faithfully pe-i formed ? Ilivckinriilge. and the number for the however but candid ti eay. that even 1. At the judicial election in the si'itLimcnt by would the inference
their duty lit huclIdetkIrabte ct'euI1iitanc&'s. \Ve ictt'1erthse Cti npnign I'lor'tilciIn of the Convention underslool thai party, which claims to l>e peculiarly: comir.i.sioned be. being unaroidaU!*
fropi the member majority
letter aiiti-.Iemocratic
; 1 know Thai the fet-lings of lour heart will active Democrats and political commit* present week contains a 1.1-H and JmUe Ktnketd preferred t-rring of 18J the tti the Union. I believe that he is bitterly (uf'Isoed to mchan act
Mr. preserve
: Why not, then. who think that its circulation will be celebrated Iriih Kepublic.in nnd Patriot Mr. Hculianan orMr. was LlO3-otIy about one half what it and would it if l.e ,
res[Kind to this cntiment. U'i5, Mr. Filhnore to either the Southern ieople! vvonM, b.> long \et lar d Jo gl,.
.: their relief? They ask 'till in the present contest. Mitchell in favor of the Democratic them made befoie. At the State election
make an ebrt:! for use John Fremont; neither of any was six months and the Unioncontinued Upon tie Mil.ji-ct of tie Alwr.tion f
favor but to be jiermitte-d t4) give in .--, Mr. Mitchell is perhaps the and unjust a thing of the ile-nio- as our rights were respected
: no : candidate attempt to.do so gross iu the fall 183 average Slavery in the District (,f IVJumUa Mr
theVr : .Uor. an equivalent f.'r bread f.-r old line whig Convention to be a coii>titutonal Union.MIbmtt : J
the least idea in the writer in Knropc or to commit an 2830 an innue
z : % e have not best Newspaper as cratic majority was known
themselves, their wives, and their children.I : uidorsimci.t of anybody but aVhig. cheerfully lo the title of tr. Fremont trtmont w to be C'iiuiiuittd aainit

rt., V: understand there is now a frigate in the vvoild of throwing away our time in noticing America: and h'n letter ia expected with a to the. gain. S.nce this last election: according anl that he rely the it, while Mr. Fillnnrc Las no trso Lit as

Navyard.. on which they m'j-ht' be eiuff ; all the petty ?quibs that may be great derl of intcrot.SIGMPICANT.. Tin ro is also a statesmen ci-p'ed into to the Argus, '-the patty has been iaily ,cordial may Southem upon; lleprctntatives Iamndti.se-d retracted lilt di-e-Iantion in j,

I- pTubL1. thniw oQ"by the Republican and its cr the Observer &n\ Rrp'irtervtIheSth int... growing in strength, and is now united! xaiiic support by all contitution- favor of it though I do not stipple for a
Even; if the Department, under other I Uard to that I W.Hn"t > : in carrying Out
but the leader in the last that I had been say. iou- old an 1 disti'Tgui-h-
circumstances should deem it more A.l- respondent, The late vote in the House cit flcrc.; for Bni-hannn.1 I may have Paid that and i anno ; m my al nit a-ores, v.hich Mr. Fillmore obtained moment that Soulhen gentlemen wmiM

'F to delay her completion nnmber (>f that paper con tains several such the of expelling candidate or e-d! ts-hiis are vvillt u ;atil the black republicans him unless they wiawell l
l able, for the present t-entatives upon question Mr. Bue'.anan was not my in 16*>0. Ami bhould the prebcnt Democratic support auunr<

still a mere qu *tion of a few month* monstrous uiieicprc cntations, that weft Mr. Brook* for rahing| Sumner the whole was not my choice for the Presidency; themiclves have n'- Impurf of success.We oliieeholders at the South decline to that lie ha I cunt-d! hs opinion* on ttai!

in point of time becomes comparatively -d it our duty to correct them. South voted against his expulsion except but 1 have not said thvt I bhould? not vote claim the State as certain for Buchanan under Mr. Fre-tue-nt's ad- sulject. -
buluiieeKgamst in oilit-e
in the conitnue
': insignificant when we.ghed; The editor that Mr. Douglass denounced for him. 1 prefer Mr. Fillmore iieraonally. majority that will nut
by a
pays whole North these views I
Besides Know Nothings and the Entertaiuing aracompelWtoclecl'me
and jubtice. principle he miniitration. it would ho remarkable
h-inumty the same reach very
stood and
: the amendment ofiered by Senator and if he on be less than eight tIIu.uasJ! may
unless the Navy Yard at Ph.lndelphia i is to \nfator if his expulsion except seventeen did in I Sad I would vote for him in lo twelve ihotuand.: it tl.eir places cojll! not be supplied fre'iu accee ling to your proportion,

be abandoned, whkh I trust is litit< contemplated Dixon to the Kanas bill repeal'.up;, in Democrats. preference to any man I know. But I expict the number of those "whose wild if dieted I will cat my viitf.rMr.Be.
the Department il is of gteatimK the Missouri restriction for that can lichite among
: by rxprcss terms to can my tote Donciso'.t on Fillmora. aunts whatever may Iw the result, an.l mso
the in AND VAN IIURCX. bet uunl after ullJce bus di-gustel so many
prevent FILI4MttC the
to government have
: >itancc this is palpable and er- opinion may association
sow. a gross who in
and bkilful ua-e-hanica my The mo-,1 nniiiitural political the iurui.itie !i>:ng I be-Leve I will ine-tt with the ij r
: such a body uf faithful While the opposition press are ?o very defeat the candidate of the respectable politicians into
be chance to
author mpht to
which the < Fillmore
if ; betxveen
ror. that now exists is lhat batoi of every Southern Deiunrratd
from and. al present pn
indignant against MARTIN V.v.s BCKIN, we Black Pa-publican party, of A new party.
to with confidence. ashamed The truth is, Mr. Doiiplass accepted has the WhiUt the latter was .
4 I there-tore appeal you have coupled the views ut those gt'ntleissentu'ethser achii-'i-d, 1 think Mr. Bnchatran an'! DoiieUon. The real danger to the Union is not in *-: I iloubt not n.auy: Soutlicrn, AVLig*-
1 alui"Btenvy
to them etiipl'ytntitt-aiul the amendment with promptness I wish it, neverthe- Unoi A proposition throws into
grant lit-st chance to do so. e-ditor of the Washington the Sioiild the e-Icction W thereby
14 fnl of the i.l of Mr. Fruinontbiit in ren -
blessings the election
the of ct'iifrriisg npon jict repeal uiider.-5to.d that ifI the
.: you powei I meri- and cordiality, as in fact all the Democratic leto, be distinctly was ittal ted that the compromise demoracts Missouri the House Mr. Fremont can only !>.
industrious ui: act vote for Mr. ctrnent by Congrvvs of the
upon eo many attributed the Missouri Comproini.su : think it duty ti
to Senators did. The language I shall my and conservative whig should t-U-cted by the.ii.I of Mr. Fiiluiore* frienJj,
without) doing injuiy
citizens old line Wh'-g, Kan<
.: Curious jm.LAnD riu.Monr. MARTI VAV BtnE Buchanan I shall vote aa an Compromise, the refusal to admit aia.s
the gewimuvnt.i by the Rfpublican to Mr. I-njilass. is the "I have no ho.-it.iti-m I 'No man hi tliocoun- making a ,choice of what he U-licvcs to be form a "Union partv" for the re-election slave State should! her peiiplc so ile- an aid! which will not be alTur.eIif! I han

.s feel coniideiit ytn will pardon me for very language used 03- the Northern Whigs in tajins, siat! inot-t of> \ try can Imvo tn-e-n more. evil-s, tor( the good of the country; and that of Mr. Filhnore. The proposition was indijrnantly a the Dis- niisji'ieu1; l Mr. FillmoreV! po.ition and that
ta't'Ivai abolition of slavery in
to this communication trow nlrea.lir,thnl \ sincerely oppoiieul sire, or the
.' S. requeuing as early answer with nnd Freeso.lers. ainl even l>y Borne of the you drcldtdly opposed rtficjt tff Hit 4ifZsgour whenever the Whig standard shall again condemned and rejected by M.J irDoneIaou. uf Mr. of hU IriemN. hliotiM tic! Hotue fail tn
be cuiibutent our of Columbia. position
the (net
as principles
may Southern Whigs.; The bill) was denounced to tin dWu.&aucc oft/ia C>nni>rum tie.UlisJttuii 1)ecpy be aided, adhering al.cays :ui and for his contemptuous rejection eie-ct. the Senate wouM! I undoubtedly cliotn.
convenience. instrumental in as.-crt- the two lust i>f these meastire' -
"' (JumpruniiteGou1 eiuiijI.l (if its ir.jn iC, which I have been Filhnoru tifoii
;t Yours cry ri-pcfti\el\, by thorn as a "fire Wand. and its advocates fnith, na writ nc f nut Tiir-ecuix the xtciit ing r.t lA ingto.i. and at Lmiistille on the of it the Baltimore American took him is identical with Mr. Freniouut's : both Mr. Brecketiridgc iuvli -.c Land this

JAMES BUCHANAN.Hon. "agitator and "distuibcis T the of tlio country J to xil.iih the mc.mircwouM honestly to (lit- safelii whatever
ns |*.ue 3.1 .1 lilY. I Uhullbe ready, fairly to ta->k. Major Donelson's reply the uf the South would be any event
denounced repeal compromise
f> MAIILON Dieti.R>oN.Secietary. peace of the country.! '* But why need wego c-uiO'l to require (hut: rc-ofcn, s4uvery dctutcrious : and fe-arle-aly to battle againt tho e principles American discli>sea his opinion of Mr. Fillmore have may be the re-suit whatever evib may
(.f the Navy. a 4u.ssspt.oiuuie agitation--ito; Deuiocratic of 1820. as a violation of good C
'If. the for the next ar
in during
be store us
.t obtain evidence 1 Are of whicli and pr.ictiee-s
f-.r ( tli.mthirty etTccU
hack PO V > had fctuoj fur more distinctly that we repro inert ni
If the writer of that letter be not a fbouM not few were more CajI.i14e whch conflicts with our own \ie-ws. so When the compromise measures of ls5Q the Democrats both XirthamlSuuthi
friend of the laboring; men, then we hate not the Know Nothings the legitimate successors bo vrnntonly jcar. JiMurbc l fufapreeiatingt1iinrnyFWmorc' party 1 feel! sure Mr. Lltor; that your readers extract for the special benefit of Mr. Fill- were passed it was contended by the and! thiuitie who now act with them will

.. only to hope thi.t they may have man} of the fishy Whigs (if thai day. speech at s rlf 1 <]M not IivcitatcIu will not do me the injustice to attribute tome morc'-s arJcnt admirer*: tf those at the South h.lve; the consolal'Oa of knoting that thus

such enemies among the public men of now using |Tie>cly the same language ? Zoc&c.1cr. 'cw lick. foti.kum Vim the JSurcn'iUttertuTdinmany flit..fartt -- too great desire.to force 1113 self befme uThe Baltimore American is not si-u4l! friends measures nnmber that they poniibiity! rests not with them, bat
the )
America! 11 is Urange, but nevertheless true that Comtr.itsc heir notice,in venturing to correct misre- suited with our contenipuotis rtjee'tion i>fits (myrelf among that they hare done their duty and they

Sir. Buchanan and Ills llctllerit class of men Southern born I June 2 1S5G. iresi-utatioos aReciing my friends and m- absure propitiott that the democrats were xre-ci'gnition of the great constitutional hole duty, the South asking for m bou*,
.. Some of the Know-nothing press have ate a The Democratic press have denounced e-H. heer wtll I may know the little who rally nj-on the maintenance of th<* doctrines, that every State should from the North and the North uttering
and bred who ulwave denounce every hat be attached to any which to boon tit tin Sonlli. but both SettiuM
their woik vf detraction byreviving inportance nuy Compromise as a platform on henceforward into the Union whIt or
already begun VAX Ben for his tut tuou* political
: certain charges again-t Mr. Buchauin measure introduced into Congixji-s for thespecial MAIITIS : ( pinii>iiiif mini1. 1 hope ihe Obiercer and carry out (I.e ande-nt and time-honnrvit her constitution might meeting upon (lie platform of equal rights

$ wlitclt were Elr-ingly urged aga.nst benefit t.f our Fiction of the Union course-have no faith in the man-and liepurlci will as! i do me the Qivor. as welt ptiiie-iples of their giesit party alioul I join without slavery as under the constitution.We .

A Him im, the days of General Jackgon. As as Jinbrtinth. and its advocates at the S Mend no thanks to him for his support of ,sjiu-lice, to Copy this let icr- I am sir the 'cun.ut'u-vLtive: wiiigs' in a new Unionorganization provide, a principle! Zialoiuly contended patiently nit-! coufnlently abitls tha

A C"iuemptuoui.y| de pin'd by the Democratic candidates for the Picsidiney i-spectfully, Ac.. to sustain and rc-e-K-ct Presielent fur by the wisest and test uf our Southernstatesmen result. Yours tnilv,
I they were nnd! disunion'Ms, and nt
South aa agitators .*etiant.JAMIS : ,
Your obedient huej
be heated Fillmore. Tl.e American nslo and involving a repeal
that old hero, *o will they by end Vice Presidency the United necessarily
to CLAY.
According B.
North demagogues. Dt.nocratic fur
he as of
.: the Democracy of the piet-cnt day. spare-it any expression of the Missouri restriction, misnamed
at the South States. And yet while he is reprobated IS'Vi.Uciaoeratle will (11! if the l Rvtf.rn District f
One of the promint-nt charges. that Mr. tic ethics of such men, we. .Ash'and, July S. 'a.-tlonhiiint. That.ve
: I Buchanan in 181V more than ts.rtv-x) are to bit diiun quietly and auhnaissivety. the Know Nothing jaity lad with delight &YieIyaIItc-An Autiirit'tii will but Rparvj us and the Co-m- compromise. Mr. Fillmore, however, declares Hun. K. C. C.IBELL,
into the 'friind of the Meeting: In in such nionstrouifuokries. in hii Rochester speech, that such Tallahassee F )ri rutions
Jean ago, introduced rtM> a thanking: God fir whatever little of good .1tz.LAnD F1LLMWE as OU Line WIit. try any further persistence

e county Convention; rciicm-ling| the members vouchsafed unto tia by a Norllu-rii .Smth." CtmslHutlonalist. published ot Shclbjville. For is it not. to the pla-n was not his construction of those measure. The Prospect In Teuneiief.

of Congrrps from that district lo une may The sense t.f every plain man, a tni'Iustrn.iafHlVt' the Missouri Tenn. Union. of the th
Here b th stand, expressing their that "he had no suspicion The Nashville ( )
d1 We must not *tleni|>i an ex. they hirings us the proceed-
their utmost emleaxors to prevent ex imj.urity. to iuf a n-ttionul sut- gratifyins
If this the foHo.vmg
.iI : istence of hlavery in any of the Terrilor.es Ztnbiu'n of our territory, or any other promovemviit regret at the repeal tf the Missouri Compromise logs of.1 meeting at Shell-y ille.on th Tilt, StEin si!!. Filliiiore, now rcpii'tutted by two- Compromise was to be.disturbed. count instant of, gives the canvass in Tennessee:

;?".-iLP or Slates which tuighl be erected by Congrci gresne for fear for&ooth, we Uw% and while the Democratic to ratify the nomination of UICIIASAN amiBarcKiMiiouE. thirds of his own party as elerentihour(1JiMlutc be the tmu con t ruction of those measures "We have had the pleasurewilhin the

This was v.ecatly renewed Know from his KNOWN AP.OLl I'lON- then I frankly confess that I was ra.stake-n number of
charge we 'endanger the Union, or renew press denounce both the Nothings The meeting wa.s large list few days, of meeting with a
in the IIou c ul f Uepr>'heiitati\e8, und has may I.S.M of 1813. to the old democralic doctrine them and admit the su- and Oil( Line
and to their in advocacy-of Democracy
with) VAN Brnrx hug Hon. the sterling
.. had an extensive circulation in the Knowotliing the agitatiiin at the North. Away repudiate and much uithii!>ias w prevailed. I of niiii-intervenlion as imbodiet) in my counties iii Williamson.3lati-
Southern of the
of those
papers t f the Soulh. We give to audi dastardly Eintinnnts We have bosoms MILLARD FILt.znitE. JAMIS II. TiMMii anl C.>1. Sauu, of Coffee the Coinr'jini.-e IKrrior( dUct-runient gentlemen Whigs GilesMarshall, Del'
Iliekuisui, Wayne.
our readers the reply ma>le to it upon the much rijtht to j>row and exind as an\ OM hln ?iig1 addressed the used lug.1l'o who so bitterly denounced ford ry, Franklin and Lincoln. They PTe B
u of Mr. Buchanan by lion. J. IINz.n-TZso Secretary of the Navy las the time of their passage, for with inc list number
of the at
t authority ( a
of the Union and to adopt is be interesting incident a"9iirance
t f when the oilier pnrt'.un 'But if it [Itho( Whig paity ] to most the most p.itive
1 Glancy Jones, of PeniiFxhania, however ConsL'lU' recently imp i eil fines upon the CoH'msline the sole argument in favor of those measure's the best citizens in each of Li.s
.4. made few i-iia oincu in Con- a pclicy leading to that end, merged into a cantemptibleahol.tion party meeting id thus deiicribe I in the of very with fopjHinent.s

charge was Mr. Fuller.a !lr. Jones ball ; others may become excited at it. We are and if abolitionism; is to he engrafted npi-n lIst to the extent of $:',GfXX), for failure was that the Missouri restriction counties who l.sst summer acted fctna-
by tonal : their
rt "The tress declaration that James Buchanan Grm belieicr lathe wisdow of the maiime the Whig creed, from that moment I cease S cl.iiming to be an "Old Line of time. under their) contract, owing to the was regaled and a conKtitution.il settlement have expressed and Brew""
a If Dr. rr.iLr., fur Buchanan
I further: to vote
4 .: .. of the Committee which to be a whig. go vet a i tep of the 1'ricsson substi in its place, cf that argument ation U ImfClMridge.
as a
the Chairman adopted
T a4 unfuuiKled ant of Mr. .Jetrraon-Di what is right. I am alive. 1 will! give my humble support Whig," was called fur? and in substance employment Such l we earn l by letter l ,
framed those resolutions, is for the Arctic. (lie exaction of this, Mr. Fillmore uVprivett me, when, in
God. who. Slate.
here in place to and leave the consequences to The to that man for Presidency, to responded: tuit' all over the mdicalions -
untrn. I my whatever he belong is not contaminated few words has led to some sharp correspondence his recent speech at U"Clicster, he stigma We honestly believe, from pncnt
to the lloue and to the country thai repeal cf the Missouri line was right. It party may Ftllotf Citizen*: \ have but a l-e-nulty will.carry ,Tcant -

Mr.ray Buchanan) did not report the resolutions the line, WOo nut only a Migma upon, but by fanaticism all the rather time that than he to is t<> t*\ toou to-day. I have bevn nn tises that repeal as a "boon from theNorthto that thousand Biiclunin nwj..rity.'
.4. one who crying out fur the last ac by ten
referred to; that he was not the to the South and was nimble looker tm in politics the South, which Southern men only
.1 a poHUtVv injury n whig, maintains doctrines utterly tubvenVue almost solitary Brightens Every Day In
which stood Prospect
tlu-y I have The Kentucky.
Conttuittec by
of 1141 'sacrificethem&clvoJ In
Chairman \earf. would not
two RU'-it
The South accepted because they All
1 unconftitntional. Constitution and Union.
of the --- Oh o.
and h&t,lie never caw them moreover, My tosiiion up to that time Uthin' ,
reported and alone. (P Time )fih
I ,, 0 until they aj'pt-aivd in print.11 through Mr. l ixon, abked its ri-jK-al theTlerzocrats hENRY CLAY, 1830. v aialva\s well known, I was a Whig.I A correjpodent of the Statesman at upon the altar of their country The Loui-wIIo Kentucky is as safe for iwCIUXAS -

.'.. So nvich for charge uuiiiU-r one. North aS nted. and 'twas done. Such was the language of Henry Clay I have beet a Whig from my }oiith up.I Perryton. Ohio, writes on the 12th inst. for thvir country'good," throwing the entire assures us and that BncKiMUW.ia: Misuufl r

'4 ,: :t ¬bercurietetdargeis that Mr. Buchanan We Hay, and all Southetn men should say, a noble leader of a once noble party; a I was true to my laU ty. My W tug' brethren Ihe Democracy are all in the line eaer responsibility of the act upon those Alhinu. -

:, was t/nce a Fedi-ral ; that on the 'twas right 1 And Jet the Northern Free- party w bich he founded for which lie labored aiwa\s knew where to Hud me in all elections' for the contest; even those who depmtcd Northern Democrats who voted for it, and The Louisville Courier a Wlii*; P prt,

4th orJu'ly' 1815. near forty-otic year coilers Fillmore joining in the ) bun he loved with all the fervor of his great Indeed, I was uncompromising I then believed, as from the faith and went worshipping endeavoring to deprive them of that sup thujss1cakt iu itS Usuo of the tlthiufI"
b lfhe ( cry t-l-e.
r. : cc4,. h i toado a tpetcli aw lully atiU'ie < much so as any one gods in the c-imp of Know Nothing- in Iveiit.tcky.. It says:
that Mr.Cuchanatt its heart ansi yet his love for his country and that the Whig strange at home which they might derive prospects *""
Uembcracj. Our leply is, as much as they please. By repeal wt ; that 1 was light ; Urn, have, prodigal l-ke, returned kto the port U1J the election were hell to-J IC,
:. the personal and jPt'IIl94I was and when he saw that his best calculated perpetuate from the unanimous voice of the South in would prv -
... was have gained Kansas a largo territory lying greater, were house of their fathers) 'renewed their chanan's mnjonty in Kentucky
4 u friond uf Mr. Monroe; Iw w as the warm entirely North of that line, and with God's party was in danger of hiving corrupted by the peace and harmony of 1 In.ia Kepubbc, c'ivenant'an 1 are rea-ly to d>> their tiNt favor of that repeal. It seems to me that ably reach ten thousand; but wh "-"*

*, npporur of General Jacki>oit when tlcfoated.by and the aid of another Democratic abolitionism, he rose above its tramrneln and 1 frankly and fear'eby! diclaro to you work over, wlu-n-as the Black Kepubhans the election uf Mr. Fillmore by the aid of fact becomes, as it will, more and more
help of
ho the cl"16'
Mill same opin on.
John Quu.cy Adanu sup this day that 1 am hike-vvarm and. like tlie editor i.s the only
teem rather would be to elevate Mr. clear that Buchanan
I 'p that shalL have and Stood by the Constitution, which il has Southern votes
limed administration a rplendid passi-d c
ported General Jackson both we But the old Whig I'arty away of the Cincinnati Cn-nmercinl, speak of there wilt we preJ> j
Le was t-lccled to the Presidencj : ho w ai lave Slate of it ia due time. Can any was abandoning. And such i is precisely and its principles are now de-clared to be the Philadelphia pl.itform an 'a thing over Bell, of Tennessee. anJ Mr. Houston, of .lele-at Fremont i/a npedet, and we shetil l Ito ""

t 'Ii second only to John Forsyth in the zeal Southern man compluin ol this 1 Alas the position of thousands of gallant old "nbsukts ideas." A new pirty, advocating which the shallow may laugh, the judicious Texas, to the high po itiuu cf patriots a surpriwd general if his majority m Kenis4i

&n4 ability with which hu tained lienntfjfccktoii there who de, condemn it rej Whigs, North ansi South, who. like Mr. a new set of notions (not principle. grieveand the unfriendly exult;consisting willing to "sacrifice themselves upon the reaches d-.ubld or lre ''c- orei-e'
the whole of hi* are many something of.someiiii|> >rtanctf erwusiy,
throughout UitterMrarfarv P-arrot like the crits so oftenhcard Clay, finding that 'abohtioiiUm has been font requires of truisms, platiludes. and fallacies.1 Nosooner altar of their country for their country's pie, hat number. We speak
adiuin'utration, notwitlictauding the j ftting, to constitute a principlehas spiting np did! this article in (lie Cinnmercial "
appear efleclfr cause. _
waged against Liui in IVims lvanla from the North. Shall such men engrafted upon the creed of their |arly." and now we have a Democratic party and (speaking s disparagingly; of the good," at the expense dour Southern KepretenUtives ducins __

l I i : 1 on account ut his veto of ihu BaulcBill >peak for the South 1 have not hesitated to cut loose from its a Know Nothing party in our country.I platform) than quite an effort was m: de branded wilh being selfsuuking AagaNsts.-'Every one uS

jIi and removal of the elcpo&its ; ho acted aiMiuitcr There arc several other inisrtpreenla associations, and "give their support to have been called upon n number I of times here to raise a club in its support- rather and time-serving politicians, whose Sat democratic exchanges CittiCW hnuwlu4ath-::
to Itunsia by Uur appo.utiutiut olCiineral to to which t>f these parties belong. 'rribitne whose club devziau'dd Cards ufwiihelr.iwiflg
::4 which that man for the Presidency, who. to what say than UK New York constituencies required ind witU the fIlS
Jackson be tuo warm LionS contained in weinUjiuel has always been in languagesimilar ef- be a generalget
sup to
; vru My answer this is about ex red, and no ings. There seems
/1 at place buo.t" oQVrctl
porter of Mr. Polk, and by hi* inUucuce noticing, hut MC will not lower ever party he may belong is not contaminated to thi-: For the present t will frt is being made for iU continuance. You they should accept every out of the onlcr. If the ?** *

; cave the trOts of Pvnuelvai.ia to iouuJlickory. llu dignity of thcubo\o tii'jcct by conntctinj bjr fanaticism, rather than one who, htand when I aut.j ist as I au, and' wait tuny be a sure
I lie was Mr. Polk1* JSectvkOof it in the tame article witli such crying out all the lime that he is a Whig, I he coming of future developments. Those* best days, and! is rapidly passing into the expense of "good faith" and "the peace ot now progressing there will nut. W*

I r&4 Stale ant chet; advixcr. tie wan lL maintains doc trim utterly subversive of devthipuii-ntB have come. And I. a* Hit grave of forctfiilnes.s, aud none will be thee country." And above all would be an ral'* guard of Know Nothings 'J
ardent friend of the annexation of J'exiU paltry electioJX'cring isuitiittadc. American citizen, believe it my duty to fate election. Let the g001 l work g
tell its friends
left to Northern Riibt
I the Union. If Henry" of to our
and treachery
Constitution act
He IMS been for the last three tear* our the taku 1 my position, anti let my Miow-conn- True Democrat (Little Rack.)
7 k ( d Minister to England under Urn a pomt- VALUE OFMsetted &'ROPIIITY were alive hulay. *'e have no doubt lrineu know where I stand, and how Cast Tennessee anti Virginia Uatlroad. which would richly deserve the consequences

# j iistot General Pierce inn word, tie in Hie lutcn tf'JiicksoncUlcfor wo should find .him battling fur the nominees I stand,as to how I shall vote m the approaching that with which it would most surely he JIsll'no's Pill*. eon-il" JlOt5
of the Democratic ,just as thousand I The Knoxville Register announces IIUdersuu.
party the Presidency.
ha bt zcalou of election for restoration of the Swellings.-Mfl.
1. i *n a kupponer every the attended the immediate Dropsical
I jiretcnt '
44 1 year. "
4' loiug. who delighted to honor I for Buchanan this railroad hive reached Hussclvillu Missis5iPP'
Democratic aduwuistratuui *im-e Ins lir ienimnoe bay unhesitatingly'that am the cars on Mr. Fillmore of Natchez, etuersIdlssu
1 ia iitt anl tnuT lIen! Estate.SI30.25S! the sago of Ashland, \\hilo ho lived to 1 say furthermore that about 50 miles Missouri restriction. intenselylwtf.il rma
f 1t1 into Uungrebs ; 277,020JJank and Breckinridge. ,in Jetrerson County, buif red
Klavci. his declaration lC
;L &4 tha eoiilUienco uf every Democratic Stock.; ,1L53Ii41e7 serve hiscountrv.KKW whatever of talent or influence 1 putscssohuhlbo abovo Knoxville. at that point track lining- would veto such au act own ; ifliealth. bet feet and S
President dnrinp llat I ime. lie lua occu'rW used in their favor. 1 am aware fuibid ub tbr a moment to buppoav.Mr. swell strongly ,ud. t
: 4f1 : at ret urunasssl,2&UO. Dttit There ho*, been an old will cease for the present. A considerable to iI! "'
;, I htght oQJcul poiiti-m under everyNJ the ecotfi and sneers which 1 shall rece't could but sign Ihe bill. On became so luucli worse ?,.
1I :-' Nutea and obhualions, .. J5U.OIO$ ( 93 that the ''Dutch .have taken Hoiland. -, of is ho done she toU"7
from UciieralJackkun saying Know Nothing and amount of grading yet to shewa*
eiDoCratic ,
) aduimutratkn the' party
.; { Capital cmpl ed in trade, 1o.25t; ; 49 .*' But it is uovy said to bo slightly >c from the the other hunJ, should Congress pass a law cia few weekth: her deaLs
down to ibis with tlru single from that portion'of parlywith'whom llussclvillc. Tho Virginia; stud Tennessee last,
day above her hetlst.
lined to
r! Capital invVd in vesseLs, Ao: 20,143 changed nd goes thin, tlio 'Know Nothings shoulder to admitting Kansas into the Union with a by her
orzr. Van Uuivn'A. With the ed to stand ard to
::1 &tLi zceptioa \ 'U> Road is expected to reach the State uourly looked tot is k
11e iaire cathaescnuc. 3.055llor thiag
'l cnAurtfiflml of audi tueit. the Dctau.cnicI ,) have shoulder in''the ranks of the old 'Whig constitution tolerating klavery, neither the made fiis mini, w ever!
and then ho
I ts, Cattle, ic., ,- ,'S,712 25 line bythelst of October null,
will nsk Tuiuit ol been into it andnow Fremont's fiuIwlTM thiS effectPtlls
of the country hiio. rUcEir.iACuxscL.--J. C party, who have gulled Black Republican platform nor Mr. had try 5
I .Household Furnuivv 4l,7'J3Watches flt.7ISLLTO Vs. Koad
and T the dictators the trock'laying! on tho K.T. & wmmenccj
*i Andrew Jackton, James K. Ilk follow like supple spaniels, of us aii> which his wife
11.134 letter give
.j I ,rr&nktinPieicc appoiuting ib bgh: wQoc a / r Tucker, Eq., recentlyappomted American of their party; They vdhfy' and culuiiinutu will commence at that j>ont: and proceed acceptance vein than doe after four weeks perseverafl vingby tD

'ibinkot thebcnr.cj Consui to Honduras', returned to Havana, turn idIot their. hellhounds'of ia inure reason ipnrvuond a euryf,
raak IVdi-mlnst. they may- in this 'direction until the, ha was completely
.. Total, : ,- 8u75s'J} 07- atvf Mr. Fiil-! I Imuperiod th*
'ila JtVJftrriist the United States loooe after me, they Know Nuihing platform niedctiesat.1f pased
I ? of the whole Union iKMittnaluig a :it 12th int., on hhtt ay to slander made at Kussvlvill*. tnu '' of tail
for ihe' PKitleiH-y. Oh KIWA" '' S pniidenLortIiSite having refused denounce me ''as a traitor and anti- uiore's various speeches. of woman'
t 4Th PuaLi4lkuat Frt Capnm th<> may between Ruoselville and
w your lantetcn*!- Atzteri aufbutbpthc emce ofGodv lain Thu distance awafo that the clause of also a 4grfuhiyoun thci!
nothlnglgml-bhuti up Tilt Pills are
p Xasinlie Adretter.' '- .' i*.:th..Jlru.iLbj? (aZl t1so.17&J.Ii. tQ'recygnlze 3ini4.uiileAoI he furnistied proufd determined1 to breathe an ..utinosphvrtpurerthan the .5tatohiuic.fibotit7O miles The I am wvjll ;, femals 'tth obit'
1 aItltcbWiis C4fl110t118sw AtLC1144t llw 'Beat of the Uitited Status and the /cJKnow-Nothirig s .the Know'Nothing platform recogni- ; .
: i MBil VlVleader as'to tl)<$ y / be
liny cumplte4tftriuugthe
and four '. whicti waT with < road is expected i h1th :
I ; ,. The Democrat, Pilot, QuarU-raia lore. of his cornmUsk'n.- a new diplomatic etcrbreuthed a'ihe right of the pertple'of any ter'riturjto
h bare raised the lugsiu'iu contents &huuu cousuu.eJ. Or- signature I ensuing car.
Gf'rui&u papers of St.fi e CFliJIiI an-1 nUli-xit! hyperbole, j
I f' Now ly
\ffrt of the Ur" rwt knvwii. t'1rC. ,

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On the 7th tlty <4 October. 1S52. JanesBudianan Charleston

TUCINDJP delircrc l a cpecch in Gretnsbnrg LOTTERY. : : UXLOP hereby aots the PaLBa." !,

N. WHjtmore and County. Pa, In ailrocacy The neat Ln.that the Parto.r h:)>. tf DCXLOP 4WTLLlAt riJ. -?
rdiary .Vawins of the Rsi liar t' J
? ti. affir.of Mid firm > *rl
of the IefltPC1tiC CMIV. In that na .er pr i j GEO1II
lottery conduct by the Sp.nfei r. ,emtnmt wttltdanj! } paying ont.4endlng SAVANNAh

23-T1* stc.nis1t1p rrxeclihe thni d.KjnfnUj alluded tcH he nni r the inperyipion U the Captain C a- cUius cf .property Won,;in* t ,

Julr tr Anti-American |innc
srrittd (rum Earore would twrtx-cnle the fi.rvijni born citizen Saturday, -August 9th 18u6.Sortco 'PHE Wlo.trhoeis K rptfaly inform the LadIes an 1 Kcntlnncnrf atcoani to aall L. U.:Donlop, fjt the same, a* t.h.

Ira'- rt'ni&. on account of his birth or difltrrtice of re- I M at thOf retail rnte JattawtUie: and arr>qt>J.nfe&lry: thtt they senior mii trf of nU iria.J :

hy the l-s'oua vif WR, We call the >be Xorth; and will be torwaraoa dot hive nw opened their new suit leautifat staikcf y 19. '55-Jt. r.. n. DO'LOP.
; and
un"CCtinyJ attention the
dull rspexnal 0 interior
&' L.y mail, reinttanqe of t
rkt ; sat Scutocr Gisidi1 e rfutia partly vf OAROLIN'A,1Ia
of ti! friends uf ciril and $258,000. pnce with ix Sprinj
;%IeDAWU s religions pcstujjlamp* f.rpre-awaatof DRY G9Ji) For Sale or litre.A .
I.O baIeii Uierty to Ins pointed dennnciation of the outtge. The avn I'Qatnt o Liii $. suv.J :
t.lr tbee ter w 16 tts. Calicoes Must llaraprGiBcrmms. coo.1 TTAg-ia sal a instU tat enUo ant 31. SETTER, COMMANDER, 'i (
; tuukD princikthat arc m.xc atjhe ba is i.f the Nnmero na. :
5O7 Onllr.arls.incizu .
Know Nothing organization. Said Mr. EARNEST; LINWOOP. ....,...... St OO Jarkonct* and Chrcked f.iii.Lric'a F.lack hri-k ial j of Malat; 701114 sal gentle WILL !leare PalatkeveryTflrr.D.tyuw. '
rketCk"1 steJy. ibe Ute Dnpjy Hun eat a ceadbaad BoK Also ; ? at 3 orcto W PW-UU sill rcte kvJ4 '
( btiok ,J MM Car-dine L.
c.ipir.u. .eHenft. and CulM S.fts Chauil nyChallw*.
Buchanan 100,000 1 1J >
: for hire tw trusty BojTS one CarjuMit, the .VwctUIp at 3 o'clock KiB>e aftraooa>.k4 S-1 -
uleyeae1 .1' Horida
) Silk and La other handy at any vannah a Friday moralaf rtteckt
General Fn>m uir soul! I abhor UK practice c.f I Prize of..JoO.uou Pruej of.$2,000 illfcS MURRAY'S J.ETTCES, with her

in SpamII rninplinj up rtlipioii with politic The I ". 60.000 2 .1,ooo Fluri4e dt'i1.tjis, ., .. .... .....1 00 lloive pnn. Irish Linens. *t prices l KuaZtflfr* (but sot t. Lut ap'rKctrr > Ch.srl.ttonthatctnln; f J
lda uixrroiLEXET A
sjirWcriiisL3 Damask Table Cloths anal Napkins. U. ti } sonic 'Hi vr 40 deir VaiULnji u> TM. M. V0,,
i 1 dDClrine 1 M "... .-.20 ('00 70 : 400 THE T/XGLLTOWX LETTERS 1 25ilsyne tf
fle4. rrprte nf all onr Constitution*. b itliFciUral ------- tie western uJ'uirti, of th. city.Mr.CORK'jj .4rns at t'barheii. i
hare bcenrlieflt 1 10000U 146 '- ... lttid> capital Mexican and T* aftdrcnt E.< ULster) I*. C. lUnU-rcli'tfi. Fancy ** .
MeiCu an l State? is. that nun has at Cott4 A TEJSDALKk
with every AlIt, .
I ".. li (Y .A are tttuki bouoJix Silk Trimming1 Silk) Glows and Milt. .
__ handsomely
tbc an indefeasible right to worship) his) God 0A'prnzim.ttiun 7,2 U Oppinite Mr. t'uc Eelwltk's.Jaekwnflle AnatsstPala1b* -
4 sfddXKJO elcb- \ :- EmliruM. and firv Skirt Plain anal .
ApnriKjimBtmn.to the of COO June 21 153&-lm. JAMES R12 .
fliSq1I uade0j1ict according tu the dictates of his uwn con- Tiin WHITE .. .. .. y.i 25 _ ,
IM hn 4 f*400 Io S'iO.000; 4 of 8400 to $20,000: 4 ofS.'OO cnrnr .. < Fi r"d. Utblnjits Silk and Straxr: Bonrets. AcestatPLat4ta. .
tjtttflJilIg LIe C(1UTS(? M-iencf. He i U both a l'jgot! i and a tvrant to tlO.OOd; 4of tJJO to$3,000. THE SCALP ItC.NTERS. . .... .T... 1 25 Muslin In I Ircuit Court Faslrrn Circuit of FlorUa -
Silk lllu I BiiU-neta and JOhN ItIOwARD.4
.on ait<
( nquY. In aihjitN&1rn who would inteiUre with that Racre
Cu.rnhlnent C41t1.t'ie When candidate is InConthe f. (Quarler TIIEi0Nfl/ OF hIAWATHA. T.ongclkwi OO r.irri.vaiu.p A.s .Attarhmtntr M-A.Cutc .
Brb; (if tile a pei1le| [ r 85. Flowers t -
flf"CtlOl and Sleeve Artifi'l. aiulTato
1'LU-RI BUS-TAII hard hit Sam
t tbc a at llhiwa- VD.inwcMi SIO.POO
att&irs of I tai "ftioe the inquiry 'u.ht IleTerto bf made Prize cashel at sight at 5 j'er cant biiei.ui.t.: th,. by Dneti-is. .. . . .. . J QO Musquelo Netting. l'arat.as.! Fat's, Umbrellas TIT u 1-4 P. Si. BR, S S wuru to $5.000.rPllK Jace 14-if Agiiitatvaavak._ : : '

I rrVitI! that it was tJt.Irjeat w hat fiirm of rflip'.ous faith he p<)
1fl1 i1rnc Itoll ke kiowu the intention of but nly, in the language of Mr. JilTerson, A drawing wi.l: be fjrwurJoJ'M toou at the c- I>EXCE f N.iIoleon nitb his trutbcr ic.. &. Iw-e'.y' Rui>CcJ of tie commencement of this StatciuutuaCUAKTCR: 1irc ..raa
sit hittn kniwn
W tfltlOI wj. nega- .. Is he hoi.e ; licraj.al.le ?" Jo1b. 2 ruls in saperfcr hjnl.2 OOA Suit by -Itta.hixcnt. and are require I to appeiran (
Gunruniet. The "Detnt.cratiAniereeqsiuVhtt! Irtf Coiumuniia-i a.JdrerM-4 to DON ROD- HF.FKXCK OF TIlE A3IERICAX 10.L1CY Ciothia- 1 plead t. (tie sonic, judjrine.il will te ent red -.

a name P.HiTEZ.iireof City Pust, OurlfaUu, 3. C.) -l.y Whitney .. ... ... .. 1 OOAXDERSOX'S Dress Coats, TJanncl Shirt, up lj default at the next term i/ aid Coort.J.P.SASDEESON Co. V
1 CmbrJ his bee fora Native American party When all until the ttli! of A'init.:4rt MASONIC IN TITfTIOXS Pant, Negro da Marine Insurance : .

pue uf tie liti1.tdanhic the records s.fonr past h'6turjr prove thit a tw Htuilo of tie old English Wat*, Uatj nD'l C. {/'(asicrtcStovks -?" Joael*. laoo-3in Att'y for Pl'ff or PCNXSTLVAXU. ': !

td American Democrats haTe ever opened : tlc BooiistotCe <1JHit>H, in-I to form.. . . .. 2 5O mint Cravats, Skirls and Ct
trriCa 1131 botltarr wiJe their arms to ivcvive reigncr... flying ) SIMMS' WORKS-comprw'n? allot KeiCcld'e HOOTS tb SI IOCS.Eaaunrlemu T IST of letters remaining in PSiYLTa.IA. -

fn'tu opi>rt'S8M,n in their native land ami ,\ :TILL tail Counting-Uoa-e: SU'e: ,'. with Ir n nad ttI.e edition CorderRomiini-p of llcrotutRraary if IbeSotiih Tales 1 25Fre.i..tt Lady's tj, icu'i livuts, coon, JJ the rust Office on the Ut cf July, 1355. ccL1ta]. saa.ooo. i

0ut. late alta. a tictovte thetn the rights uf .L1 hinges 13 t-i 10 and 15 to 11 Inch leivet. < e uilured Tie, Cue, Ayres,'I'il Leach, W win

ts1 ..traljla.2 American citizens alter a brief residence Fine tiiuiMivo LatKRauimon Do ird* ; Hook, cfBl.iu.1 M t> I'hilip II, Ucntou's Thirty Yemr.s.Iriing' .4 lid do Shoes & slipj.M, Ayrva, Jmue. L-iuileth, E J PCRPETUAL. MU..
of the abhingii* aaj otter Uistwrieal aadBiortp1.kal EUILDIXGS Perp-UaJly,
Ula! Dr.ifU and liUnk Notes .,f liatid, with Li silk Gaiter, I'l'iiprojj Gaiters, Alden Lyman Fey Lord. J J INJURE
this The Democratic VESSELS 1
l Mail in otuntrv. p rtvhnre Stan&1ar. FCRXI1URE, *
Iuya1 'I "
Juiv .- vigiitUe >! the cvttoti plant in Margin ; 1'ine ki-1 Slippers, lip liro jtu, Alger. \VUita Leijshl, Jai
H J-lax ahays jiloricd in this pulicy and its AT THE EAST FLORIDA TOOK Youth do Port aol their CARKUE.S asul otbity Pajs.sty,
lnt at wur4'c4o P i' ba
rrmi4P V L fl-ttlkIul, h) Jiiy IIIdJe fruits haxe In en tu incr iPc our population Owe; Setts <'lsci-ncu; Picket Comj asee, 2 very C 1P.E\V. Octan-st. near F.ay.Iu L oU 4 Slij pers Sbues A BU, hx, T Rora Locea.e. nKn eninzt be. or damage by axe.

4jL4 11' TC4VCLI LIV the and our power with unexauq.led rapiditv fine terrcslial School fiiol.ci, auj a groat vaiiuty J epn Bi.ignss. >o&6ld, S T Lauev. (i R -

: 4Y' ter LIL1 and to furnish our country with vat nnmIK.TS f Lawyers and u.creaulie! Stationary For s1e Circuit Court Eastern ('IrcultofFlor- Together with a larg icrtmtat .f L'etbel, U John il'.uf K Jfcoatw'kk DIRLCTOP..3 :
Ma for Columbia John P. RatLerford.PhifoCSed Robert Klotr
I.y c. DREW, County. IwIJ.ApCUTLI.R M U Miller, Vf P .
nthin; furtlitr t1e industrious, patiiolic anJ n.efull Jacksonville, July, 23, 1335Balni Stephen E la\is, Cb.irlw! M Kolb, } Y Pt.a'wa, M S (nth M.ithewj, Chas iek, Alonzt A. Carrier .

ct .' E"s.] citizens. Surely the: uan.e of "DemocraticAmerican and 4os--ej.li A Fann'nj, UROCER1ES. 1 Brooks, Susan Mb. Jlorris, S Atbcrt J.Cillett! John D.Rntberf r f, '
11ht.L' ff fc.Purihaners
1 -" xva< an ituforttine designation of Thsasia.l FloircrSe Merchants trading uu-ler the mine of DH1Kolli Alvan WlUciu, Samuel Jonas. '
a will Cn.t it to their tatcrt-st to call r rantl y, Carrie .Mill., O J A C Jlil -a

&, U rooks aud BurAflair for the Native American party.Hie fl.'ecive.l at .tputlie.'ay Hall a fre.-h-tip- hii', iWillistit F.zziniiig, Tr.Ch.sneryta fur anti examine our J-tiK-k, at the (larulhia corner, >, A John Nes.rs3Iiu Samuel T.Jolts Jones.P. RCTIIERFORU, P-asLea&.. t I

Native Atnencm: party an "Amcri- Tl'ST Uifi.re tt herf. At thai Uke C..udry, A Wm 2 O.ieil, M MuaCoUim .
ItflMucl.GTOc of Ualtn of a Ta >u tnl Finn CM. GJtn.uiL'.i.hcl'.ru n tUlil.in.l. idnty S ITuwFureclucure putrluiinj =o we A. J. G1LLETT, Sctrttary.J. aL
JV? niirrin- can excellence,*' and the glory of its founder t.nl J.iync, .ipiil Hair iHfi. ell Jauo
eer aiiI v.realC sHp Wlonjr to iieorgv '.Vasbint'it Ali! > thr (".ct>rite I Kectric Oil f.r'thj curs of H >ivkus! favor ui with a call. All orilir, from the Canda Chaplin,,L B L'rry M Oden Oliv.a John, 1> C IL McRORT. Agent.JatktmviUt, ft*. ,
by Mr. No ft'U'i-T citizenS the Anis nicin pciple Itheniniiti.iti, Xenviil it, tiervon* IIali-he! Jtv Mrrli3Lt ani snrvtita I.articr and innntry, chtll I* Tusnptly attended to. aurs.na'cu ATCol. Ja'gs'etviaig;
; Cox MJas Parker R 3
,ontbecou.M acc-'TJ vinJcateilie For Sale I.y TilU.M: ilcMILLAX. tm will tie with tu E I. Parker L S
one Carter ,
I II4Inur.
.. t, .. n1tr of ee&apa&srd up Jack* :nriilo. July 26, 1SCt.1oHce0. C.i:1.1.iaZ.: Ilonrell 1 Co, I IFenanuiii Col. John BrewtfJ, I Saln'IS. WHba.aMK|
,f o. of that ill'iitriou' from Crak O W J Ptarnon, Via.Peterson.
U. man ,
.ttJ.Vl.. t.ult ntemor* ( "hroiiloii and Il.milei I IK Lanier Mills at $60,00. CoL Henry Timanns, | LMfthdI_ .
IIY.5' Flora Mr A
L 'hC4 *I.&t .lx such aa: imputation. A> long as tl.e n-crnt j .
ol Anlrew
ItAut have hot of th. shore MHU Vf ITPhepjS
TiLE a Dor y, A J Payne, \
kIlrntCiFa W&U41 Id t; tt.Cajtiu2 of our revolutionary 1 stni;:sle re- Con Iiuiint in this this NOTICE TO < OXTUACTon '
h13 memory THE >i> : can-e having day L on hwid: *bic'* they will eht at th9 above Dyer, loU CaptIK
: $ 1i4'u'Ji i1 Ui- tnniiif.f sed <>n le! ho.irtsof JL tleJ! their Bill Complaint, ani it from E5GIXEER
tu &uevL s. vividly impn appearing law price, fur CASH. The allis w'H griixl >WC, FiularyElibeo i'erry, A ThoPaysm OFFICE OF STATE ;
oUt countryttic.i. no sucn party cuuMhivo rPIIE i i Copartnership heretofore by the affidavit of Ch.rlcs M Koth, wo of..aidC 75 tu bt t) Kiuhrb per day. driveo l by st-nni jower, WmEUU F :rtYI VISTA, OBi.faB MILL Potr Orirc,

ever ev i *l. 'He recollfciinii of -L eiiytinx un'ls'ithu Crm, name aud i-ljlo < fM inpl>iinant :hit nil i.f said Defending resided and trim 40 u 30 bu
:* : Montpjrnerj' La'l'avette. Do Kalh. Ko<- M.Ol'i WILLIAMS. hia lhUd.>ylK-cndi.. beiund the liuiiu cf Mid State, to wit : the said irpr>i>crly put uf>, n.3 1 .11 tnore ia un? put isp m Friendly, I: O 2 Bedford, S R PI'JJPOSALS will U received at thie

PtP LLI per ruittd lir L. H Lunlfp fai.u.g ta couip'ly with his lU-frnd-iiit, EMijiniin G. Thn.nton at Dahlt.ntiga.; the abut i>. any p-rf.jo nUliin ti parchne, way tcouviu r ergojgn J PF Roberta, T 3 toe '.
A list of f rvi i: r*. h thoffioen the 20fh day of Aagnst, 133C. I.owftructin .
ciiukt and a long .'greuierit in the State r.f Oergi i, and the tail I)cfen Unts"Villi.iin .ed of tL* fa *uI Can1ht11 art and iu.I.lier., who freely hhed! their A'l: pen-inn rp beret' y furewaTie.l ro to pny \ : II CilHbnl, Sidney S Howell, J.niosj W 'tlUCSi CO Fowraine, NatbanUmnt Rnynes, CRoaenUam. a Canal (with its ne r* %ry ..ppeicage '

!cr$. tlt c aiu.is wl tac bl. .,d to wcurv our lil*rties would have its,, thjn; ha. to tha f rm to L II. Hi.nlo;>. sore j' Gir.ilaitd and Jiu.c. II. H.Li.1-, pirtK.-r trom on
IrauIaad Iii1.u- fii'lerd such ii rattU'.e imp''>s-iblo. (J.irUexoluttonary >dc'iver an thin2 of S.tmh Caro- U sj.lnor: L DUalher S Juo J Hamey mile.,3,410feet
lm and the iid Iefend.at Her.-ules. R. \f.An NOTICH.Hastem River a datne. thirteen ,
\ the if the G.m lieiri-tt i intburi:.! Ja Smith .
Mr.1iItn tilled with the pr-ijicrty : a < I3j.ihGreneit of tb. Sut *
ii4 t
iVflC is tUICfUt:, army was Ireir*, in the city of lijltimor- the State oSI Circuit of Florida-.Uaval Co. authorized by the General Assembly .
Tue tu retxive anv tiling bclnu.. inj; to said firm X SlluaJuejt SyI eatM, P JaoStntton Act F
tiic n. &il.llity ul braie and patriotic natut-H of 1 their lands Itnd. Therefure, on motion of Felix l.i'.ir.gs- ofFlnrid.i, at it. scsakinof 1S54-55, by aa
aS. un-> all iMiii ;vi.d Duul>p is Dot liutlioi-itel to use time Cnn arj CATIUIIISE A SitLta, 1r ( L S li M and *
(If the iflur, au4 ai'I; Oeor \ astUtgtunt! : vra their 0 m- name iu iiiiy manner whatever after tax d.ste. I ton, K-o S isiitir ff.r full CoinU.u.int| it in ot- > In Chanctry.PHABIXB Oordm, H John any! A F 3 "entitled an Act to pnvrid for eacourege U the 'jj j
uaI.t.flu:1t LiUrcal
of Iwpioveweal
the tjt2C and I.LlCt'(1 Utwtfc. iiiattih-r-in-Chi&f. AVould l: Imve eurcl'iSfl am tl.e ouiy 'eisin .v th.! >:izoJ to uautgo or CUL- Jcrel that sail Dcfcnlantu, do s'r'1'4r and an- MCI- >'H J Hunter, M IIHoffred Stower, B X 2 liberal" ayjtem .

LU.einJ.CaLed 'Mr. 1rh4rIne srP1pH..d the door nai1Ift the ndm! :s'-ion offviriijrncrsto trot th- l'i.5'j>e af,rsnl. tncrtnsud lull uf Crtopaint! on or It-tore the i. lit Bill of Complaint hiring been filed io Koabea S..dgwicb, Win tate. will the amount for whirh the jj

( *' that f AnKT.canc'.ii7en July l'2-t. C yrHH6g wtI.T.rA1Ctshi Hrrl Monday iu Xovemltr neat, or dore pro Cit this ctuise, and it apf earing op >a due ]>ruof Hall, Catharine Mrs Siilesbunr. P Proposals specify and is a hica
id ai4 that hettiJ the ng'.its t> work will be done, the mo-Je nanuer > |
t' the I*"*. R VUU.NPO, will Lc tiii.ni rs in't them. And it U that raid Defendant U a uui* r sand a re i tw-t Mr- tiuisa* j CaruLnaAnndltotiall > ? Ix-t h. acts t>i
early 43 the 2'Jlli cf Marc!,. IT'Jt) '" ? '9 rz ?t fl7flP ) ui MHbc i.eurji.fr| jiislilU-hed w.th.n thuE.i'tcni the institution of this tail l lie 1.uilhi,4e.l in ionic UHIJ.I, W Joal Shiuer: MFikox ty, or portion of each. Estimates he. ten at i *
and can
rk (jC. O n, Va.ii1tiitt, as Piv$
>uc'. States npprovcd the first l.inI which H'Weictively jro\iwas to t'uo i-iiJ CrstMonliy days-and G Conper fiibM b.u ing teen duly ap- IHrri: F Rliough t Ce. the undenijrried any at -Oraogo Hill Peat Office, '**
f'f S'ivciiicr noxl. P'.mtcd Cu.ir-1'un ad (item--ill i ir'n interes- Peteril'inatcn Spencer, A F
(g&1LLSs. July 2 A imx-tinx t. 4aftrrnn I evtr pa'fed Cotigrt-s-' on the tizjeet oliiaturaiualion Iags0 Given at Chamber, tlii the eighteenth day of tel I are btreby rcquiroil has apttjr. ple-vl and an- Sarah Smith, L Wu St. Johm River will, Fla.be received far cotrtrnctlaj eRailrwiJ > .

V ntar th. c.tv. l'ettD ; and ibis only required a .. Jolly, A I> 1S.V: twer the said Hill of Cumptouit witfrn sixty diyi Ilarrell. Henry 3 ScIon, KSanders Proposals ti '

VC! II CU1IIIUtRtii) ft( tt 1.tfllIf residence of two xtars pttvious to theaJ,1jtn.i WILLIAM A. ronwAp.n, next ciuuing the date bcrcuf, or the tau.c wi1 beLksn He tb, II CaftHunt. Win over
(.e tin- j of a foreigner aan Ameiirau Julgo eouessiiL M John Travis, L State of Florid
K of
)(g.s.ntJameI l L. Hatch. J. tt7-n. On the 2Uth tf Januiry. 171'3.j
; ssarbw'4: t.1i wt'te % but tnet1 b OFFICE K A A t-f rcj.i.etce! wn< *
nilUjli :rty tr s inj irvt TL difficult s j the term ( ILI.I:. FLA Ju.y li, Ia3u S ; pears from the Clc of tV'u Cnurt.Crk J P. SANI>EU. UX, Solicitor. Johnson, F Ktr J J aa : rcn SAI.I- t

bIIUk aHnstc'l.. j Cunzrt-s to Jive year*, aud thus it retnaine 'ikts..IJs'rs of the Florida.. Atlant'ci, S. CtRCOlNulT[ June_17, 1S5G. 21-Ju Johnston, U Wat White, M R THAT FINE RESIDEXCE ayann.tti. '
'rilE: t
aI 1 throughout <;tn. WaaJriigtoit's Adtniniotration. 1 tiu'.f Central! Rail lt"ad are hcreiiy lu'tifivd Cir.uit Comt C'4. t..unty leers, Juulus White, \V A M M AC SOLI A HOUSE. Also that valuable

; tbrte.mrImI1re slat ulnch will eter l l'c known iu hi-- that a sixth iiiulniciit off ir aet.t. upon tic Lv h. B, MOKE: lit uty Clerk Kelly,MitbU Way,T HOTEL property known M the FLORIDA) )-

rd.c1Lts IAp% UI l.llr. tory as the n'lfru ut f isrror-as the era ol Capital! Stork of *ald C-mpnny Ita* ben called! in, Juree2l5'-4m Notice.FOR gaily, J Jj. WatMon, II Vf IIOUSU. Fur ttraj apply io "'
A Oru-e Walker J 5 A. H. COLE,
s.Thtr.pre.t4e. alien and sedition laws-an act x\ns pas- tj te paid ou or Wfure the fci-n of August uettBy Iu Circi.it Court Intern Circuit of Florida King .
TnL Jui :: U J TIv.s I3-tf Orange Mills, FT*
'Iv which order cf the b ardG. lot Columbia Count the purpose of cUinc np the basinet, of Kinney ** Wright, august
170S. j.
: frunt rail Iliu-r vvill on,- fed on the ISih. of June pro c Gir.r.? A FINEGAN at JaL- Lasat'ntf, F Jco WarA weI! M Mrs
1VIRE :::
t1.t"de.I l ] l one hibitt-J any foiiMgutr from U-comitua citizen William II. tiilliland, Sidney S hw'iness of Na. Mill Florida Lloyd, U Wm Whittimore, K W Fine: FIRE2
uniIrr sn'I tfly in M < ii | Se 'y 4Trta tirrr F A A O. C R. R C.i. nvitv, and the n.ia F
Hbt Iiikr 'n Satntilax! rU'iriri;;. killing: oi.til afler a resMencc of fourteen *Rrj idliLkn and Alli atwr Advertiser pcafeTHAT lluwell, Jamcg Oi'.hlnnl! and Ja the ui.dersigncd will! Mil at Public Auction tJa Lose, C Went worth, XLangford THE SUBSCRIBER'S 01
1ft&vfl. earr and tlr.fc i I' the law. or fl he |>cq>ttual July I2t1F4r II. Xickolf, <-k.'>n\ilte. Fla, rm the lit d.iy of August, 1S5C, W Wheeler Jno STAND having been entirely destroyed
kt j rpiJu' ;fl j I4fl > ; which cvirliiMon. usi.ig and 11 I a line un tar the name uf0.il'iliri.U I Forevuur, B John YoungUoud, Nancy stand ooropwJby
One Tw'.-Gap Saw Mill rooep'ete, with twea. Ley, corner of Went worth, the formerly
linker from the Dn-jiire*tatc Arridcut.icwYouK. and whidi the Native Att-tiicau party now Sale. llfWfil 1 Co.. J, ofr tymieaif I.ui.1 attacbe
; July.:;'*._Tit wn' te1ce desire to tvstorc. *. ) Mrtiie Nain, Fl .ri.11. One-Two Osng Saw ilill, towpKtc they are advertise or they tu. y not pet them. in all iU brant Lea. He biuon hand alarge aasortmentofflrrtasaVEllCLESofaIfdsirrpsm -

tW acci !fiit wn iAT The l'1 VlC1itAi t'cclon of 1SUO sccnrdl Plantation -n3iiiiii (J Throut an 1 Stephen $ aiul with ten acreof land attached-located July 5. WM. UUOTHE. P M ,,
.lu tvnlnug (ru'n well kniwn M Kolb! aud PartitionLaud
) E iJjti-1, Chtrico choice FAMILY CARRIAGES built expressly .
s f lie Denmeratic p.irti ; rear Jatliumril'e, Florida. One piwd Dwelling louse
u tie s'atapr Umpire State. the ascendency ; if Thoma ?t. J..hii5 r.ivt-r, tailed sbp Yard, Jofej.h A. Funning, sir II.Ti-e uttta atxict fifteen acre* r>{ land attiiched Brought to Jail, for his C'utmtry Cuttomert,all *f whk& b* .

nd. iintler the Amhii rat on '' nir.tvtiiii fi'ur bim.lu-'l nnd tftv a -re?, w'rc or Mcnhint trad.r.; unler the none *. N i.eie.u likely N groilen; Two Lot in Ja.km>nviiir the 10th mat, a Xegro M in aiwnt 23 or 25 wiU SELL CHEAP 10R CASH or City amjanec. *-'

I'rosi Wab1rt'r. Jeff.r,on. it* pr; <>nt ap.itle. on tin 14lh lust Oa tie (ceui'tei thtre ii. a fine new dw. liirj of H.ivU, K4)s t Funning, and ; flue ll<>r'e and Ruggy; Atiout Tweuty-fivv OX yean of ag ant about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches LEONARD CHAPIX.&ff .

L'lItTo'Jftiv 2J$*.-!In the IGu.( day of April 1S02. the terra of rcsUenaprvvioiik hru.e. vitu every nuctwjry out l>ui.Jin tor a lierenles IL W. Andrea. ) Hundred .ures of lands in Nassau County; Ab..uiU high, saya be is i.stse.1 by William S. Harris, of Ordf r*prerr.j yCbarleftoo.S. anJfiWjd1y/&iL

10 nataniUzantion w.s nsioreilU : lapficiy Th.' I in U I are fir-t rte tin uiiii>H.k, 'FMIC ('i.mj.tainn&tk in (liu ttluc, hlvinjr tbi* rlit Hundred acres uf laaliuDuval county ; burnt Connty Fla and says his name H JULY. C. Nov. 13-Gm

tinhy the Sttiatc KniiKU Hill w. s upcclnl hat it had been under .
tu W t li-n tip f.ir acliuii. fIt e }ear \ uu-lei-red haiuuioik. Fr parlin-lars aj j-ly! taB |feariimg !i3 the aCldavit of \VtHluiii II Uir.ilaud? Furuitnrc ; Bnatg, Antburj, ie, .le. prove property pay ail charge soil take S. & K.:: M. Gilbert,

%\atititA.n. aud uitt-ie it h: s eer MIICV HOI KINS, Apei.t, uv < 1 ?. il I oiuijiIaTii: .ints 'hat all of s u 1 Itef.-u 1aiit The Mill and Lien will be wihi n one, two him aay, or he will be Jell with aeeording to JlANCFACTraERS and DEALKRSia -

Oar I'erdictloii n-tna.r.ed. N". ft uit',:lliZtuc. the Father July 12th. US-tf. J .sti.isnitr.! : }'Ia.Ac1iiititrttor' rtj-i.Je I'tyund the l.m'd.'f Ibis State, to vit: an I three je-ir* tine, with gsatl an J approved cc- law A. B. HOUARTU, : --7 all deacriptiona of CARlRIAGESa&Noa.35zinaI4OhIeaS-* fl
this State Countn' ? never a Native Amer.can. .- the -aid I'fteuliut Keuitiruin li. Thri.nt.m, at sill s'a.t.t.ni.ne time Jacksonville, Jnae 23 Jailor D C S. -
Tk &l iit'on; |.ncr| & in arc of his wa .ur.tj ; the Nejrroc.- t>c years ,

fllmj i prv t m'n>r about the j >i.ulantyftVu Tin *"At irican t.>celVt.ce" never JSalu.ON 11.ihlJn.i:a, in th? Stnte of Oer Ch.uU-J i.i,II the K.ibaniJotvph 'a' 1 liefeni.ii.ti with y a.d nurUy ; all other urm-lw fr r.ods- HARPERSMAGAZINE worta SI,eel, and No 1 JIuj/ne Sired,Charleston i

wni lv h"tv t i !Mat4antl ail bulonjrl to him. IPLiladclpuia Ar as.Iiiio' the Cut Monday ia .%ui.-' uixt, I will A.:"l.l.hea 1 | K inj I'nvi"., .f Auv--t i" tlSt Tuu e uinLiu t>, emj.irk! in tLe iuiuler bus'iue Our Stock U an eilrm-iru one, ant purchaser

( .ffr f-.r sum!., at the C urt II. n-e d' .rat 1'2 ileir L:; and little' v llaii* fr.'t irt.eitpttr :He .il Co.irp.i, :u. : : i .>'l I> : .-.i".t Il.ronlo
flucltaran.The Ip Lelt-ti.'iii to the mducuuieuts in stylo ant prices; aj i
certain tur .. -1..k A. M, &il titsi Isii : .- the f C .:'; mrs is offer tpreat
are INU-IIII tint W will carry K. \V \n .1 try > JOSKl'H OLIVIER
dt-ceaM-J .itu fed in Nasau article bought at oar establishment are war'ranted
Ertate t'f 1-eter I'n P any
Time of the 13th in'tar.tI1ts the Stale if i! urwl itd. T'tcrtfire, tin :.u w
the Sine Iv fifty ihou-rnl tsj.r.tv.Thrtrcr Chicago aiid St. Johi ('tOniio', f
nctf fn'th on St l.ttlelulftanrv tire fjllowius cnithcr on the idle talk Leir tibd cicuilon t.f sail dc ont, it w ordered, that *ai'I .ipr- nr.Hid ISI.AND'CYFTON CIX8. .
all talk aivl lialla'iilf' > M ,
oil tti'* about the tx-fcull in lliM! is : answer to sail hilt, tin or lrnrr the liiit il ..nJy -- tohee Ibis sprtunity ta j

il. *t Ftttnimt'jifi-; '.art: y. Tinanr litrtbvc We ir S'rve that j rwuw at a distance Admitiirtratur ic.June Ijlb E-t., li Peter IVtu, ttee.iactt.Jaksoai iu X,.eii.lr next, or a l'ecn-e j.pnrjs CENTREL STAGE AT THE J.UOKSTORE. JIB inform StEUtIflU the PT nrrs of LON( STAPtK I

raUiJUi-rt the) | rw jj! the -tatetmnt* LINE. ,
|"* iUc tu earn lU- Jay l-y much tlrappniniliiiak.itjj ;- KXIUS to ;. .tt ttome fiiili in llliiMti vtJlote \ For I'liihuk-lnliUjN'eu' York &Cii dirv.!. Jht pa1 tiintiirtu{ this wd .r I* mule in rot M now ready ta fill orders ia his tine wilIest delay

jH.jile Ldee that tint tlere w a possibility that \ si.me rr' ; }*r, joUished wilhtn tho E.oteni ALLIGATOR via NEWXANSVILLE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, &C. at bis usual prices. '

ciiryf % for Frs.tiiftt.Vc ka<.w that it bus i'i"-u.t >! Flundt, tmce a week fur four nnmth.vt4 .-. FROM .%\ aal FLE.MIXUTON to OCALA Planter wanting CIS?, w Gins repaired,extra ,
A Charleston Line *
->r Sarannah Steamship *
'ya a\tm-d by lllarkI'epublican and Savannah rf--u'.iVely, previou* to the .aid first 21uulaytu semi-weekly, carrying the I'nifcd Stute. the following
l ;in thc fiCP put on n ir orators that IHiimis wouM Nuvuu.bct ucit.liivtn Mail, stud Ca4ncetinj; with TALLAHASSEE CABIN PASSAGES2OSTEERAGES8.The Agents, or lIsa Kibsrriber at low place:

tse! Ltisttna. the f.tllov tr.p perdictkni.- ticktt. Such an idea STI-: \MSIIII' I.IXKS.Calia at ChiuL.erm. this the eighteenth day if and JACKSONVILLE STAGES at ALLIGATOR well-known frt class SfemshpaKC1STOXE ? AOENTS.BISBEE .

''rt it out, n Jcr, auj Fut in your wal- vote the ojipo-ite here is considered too stale Passi-e S20 Steerage 53- June, A I' 1856.WILLIAM.A FGRWARP. ,and with TAMPA and PALATKASTAGES STATIC 1 CASOVA Jacksonville .
lien expn-Mied
w at OCA LA. FU.
m: S. L. SIBLACK. Allipiter,
IWanan *11 jU iu tl.U State. 22CXX) c%en for a j'ike. No nun iu Ins tl1MP rPIIE I well, known l ir.t t; clasi. Jude The owners announce that they are running, riPT. R. HARPIP. JOHN B. SPENCER, White Springs, FT*. .

""Hnwtt IftiOOO thinki. of this, State x'otin, for any me but Sic m-lii KCYSTn.VE STATE, Cajt. R I Iiereliy certify, that the above U a true. uopy and will continue to ruu, eumfurtuble Sage on STATE Of C CORGI A, D. C. A COST A A CO. Ceutrevitlag., Quo. .
Ascga.d henIr BurSiann HiUMi ; STATE OF GEORGIA, Capt J. J of t n uriru.ul otder. n'.ed iu my oflte, a.Troca th'.i line fur the uo.vuwiaaal.itii.n r.f P: swn ers.WRIGHT THOMAS HILLEARD, do. do. '
hriwit. 1 t9.0Obwe the of Ilk Giis, will liereifter form a WEEKLY LINKtoPHILAltFLPHIA ( .be tlos of Ik'u Court. JtCATHEY. 4'APT. J I. Gag vix, COOPER&KLLELANDIaTaZnbTGe..
rr1et. furtk-r, that r.uchananj ill wa ii'imiiutte i, .nlm EVERY >ATl 11DAY. S-SCARDOROnill. Agents at Alligator. CHAS. II CAMPFIF.LD. do. 4*..

eri. ill the Statltprn! Star IVns>haniaJmrv noi will gile him aUrpi-rnwjoriiy. mprojHirliuii :uniaU'y! fr.iu SAVAX.SAII anJ Clerk Circuit O.uit Cu!. Cuntity.liy L. X. SCAUL-OROUGH, Will.t1)ELI'llIAilinEVERr hereafter form a WEEKLTLIXE SATCRDAY to PHIL-alternately Capt B. R. JITTII EWOOD, Eeaufurd,S.. (. .- .
than lie will s.lj S. S :k,1E >* Clerk.
tinentuvxole.. i at Xcwnaa.viLte.
Agent 11KYWAUI
Nrwfli.npi.Lir to 'jIAflLE'I4IN, ms SCOTT EBEAUX 4 ,
Xew \ t ik ('wunccticut. ( from SAVAXSAH and CHARLES- ,
l'eiti. han-a will rail from S A VAX Jure CS, lci&-lin' JOHX LEA CharletsmS..C.. *
lVnnItania. Any M.ATE
: lain Tlie
>!a.w Mtcl.iyan l.\va an 1 11- TOX"a. follows : )
; .
hlL Now editor who wauls to I-ue a hat ofl that XA1I tue fulluwiiig ruitur'Iais; July 1'J.h. August Kept. 15 Agent at Oehn.Ljoiit The Keystoue State will sail frum Savannah the 3. L. BURNS, ..
|K t tlas np. an-1 t-c next X"- cteuiterGUian4 2Mi. L iv"ug Sale I'rilE Ge...
tonlrr lyw jicar a care riglit.-.V. V. o, may apply for our measure at 2d and I6th,tbeallenwie." Stuvda's.The FoL foilowuig Saturdaii'-Aprit 12th an.| 26th, May Jaly 29-Cm_S.Mauy*,

,, I'Lila.le'jhia Sign 10th and 24th, JUDO 7tb and 21t Leavinj PLiUa'tciptia Seeds StFdsI Seeds II! ,
once. STATE cr GE'.RCtA will sail from nWnber having move.1 from Junk- the alternate Saturdays t

--Tlsc l) CJARLEsTOX time foil-wins Safurdiys : July .1.. k. in ilie. Via, uCtK fur .ale a r anSI The State of Georgia ilLn.nl frum Charleston! JUST received a ehutce supply of Garden Seed**, .
MI-MON OK i in: I>eMO-R*f. m- Urt 9h 'iird and iOth, S ptnulxir J all of the Last Crop, and warranted guodSBmn 4
end 26th Au A.
cTrrEy..i1ieI..t .f ftl/KiO ..fTerrtl litb tL&u.u and Lot s'itwtyd on the coruorof O.ean ()U.YAJEiVT.4L P.tlXTlXG. rlio following Saturdays-April 5th and 19lh,
ocratic partv.at rarioiir limenin the hielo- lath and 27la. Lciviug Philadelphia lbs the ".MERCII.tXTS' 3.T I7lh and jlJ Jane 14th and 28th it variety Beets do. Cabbage do, Carrot
"1&tifle ly ik Jwiraal that Fillmore .Munr.-c ,streH known a* TILE nuUcriter, bciu now (vrniaueiitly l k'eat.a May in
E. Corn .variety,
- N. Y. do Cauliflower do. Celery,
the Sitturdav. roiutructcd expvefMV the alternate ,
rifihe Itcpublic.sts: alternate HOTEL" Said pii'perty wa. 1 utTers hUsenitcs to the citizens t>f JiiksmU'e Leaving Philadelphia Saturdays.In a.
f hW any lu-ntuiky. at> immediately .. d necoinmoditUms,thesefhipi Cacarabera do. Egg Plant Le k, Tomote is rarie*
Commerce ) has |Mrfnned the ? .tperxiw In strength, rpced ai> lot a PuMic Ilixne toutiin.tnentytwn % in the above branches, and solicit* a itt ir strength, peed nod aixotnnuxlatioua, they Seed
"Ufcre ni Lt by a DrtuncraU There the friends of what is solid are fully riu.l tauy ruuu.uj un lbs co.it tluUndnavixuatiuu t.nigu1 ten t.fwhi'jh have fire rl.vcc-1, his' .1 giul! ul JAMFd IIAIiKNI hipd are fully equul to any miming oc the eo.*tInUml ty Lettuce ia variety, Mellona do, Onion
V-duult *bt r. ichana an-1 llrockin- a< true JOQ uuleioa bi.iwavw Kuct thade isti4 p.ilronage. 100 l> River do,Mustard Seeda, Okra, Parse ly, Panoips, fPeM
lrce.-, mile
1-cauud.l on e.
dt. navigatiuu
U iif
in the inauitpfiuenl >f publ.ofiairt. *i> water young i:ff N. 15. Gildui-, Graining, Bruwinjj, in Radbhdo Pepper, Spinach, Squash ia .
nr.d enduring variety, ,
**e arebonnj and liayj two uishU ea. vut-buiU.np', is fcituatcd m the 1 twoniibU at sea.
tu an Bay
carry Ktntucky.-Chz n-uned t' bejuhlrfllifl all tue .O.ts.at7 executed with: neatucsi aid d.apith.April ; do Aiunicntic and Sweet Herbs
Z17rtr.iU1iw when a great crisis for Niagara Falb the Lakes aol Canaa.11OLtTET centred the plea*jut and Krvmir.;; city nfJa.k- 23-ly. Agents at PhiUulelphU! hERON A MARTIX, cariety.Ts&rnip. 4

?. In our judgement ihtrc never AM CHEAPK-sT KOUTil.Thefe *uiivilleru, tbo Urmia of tlie Fli- A.iG. June-I4-3t Jacksoaville, T.*. Agent at Savannah, & A.OREIX KKAKCUU do,Flower Seeds do, At Apothecary Hall, iJ
wht-na I'reMilental caiins Iaiirtr.i.t. at Charl tun, T. S. A T. G' BCDD.
UlCIIANiN LIST wac a 1-r'l l.th e"nno.t at lliila.Ietpkhi w th Central March 22-St J.tckaonvUle, 11*.
TO TUE IXI afforded the oppc.rtuuity for a li'glier! Pertice IirI Western Railroad Route thru'to The aI.oe de :ribcd property u in every rc United States Mail- April 2, 155d apl'-3in t.
I- t j 1e dii tirpuifclK.tl an4 l lVbi In eUctuitfJ the Groat North dCsirai4e cither fr a Hotel or private CUXGRAI BROKCKAGC. ?
perform. I'.uffjlo: 1G hour fnmPb'.laJfipbi peU very FLORIDA.
than can now in
they r
Feli I
tstritt 1)U-Iit \ -,." who, at the Nu.ir: with this reudtuee f.r a lurgo family, and i. now uu-Ur 1 undersigned U stow prepared to aere tie
h tickcUi TIlE
they ccitainly lUruu pr.vi- Jewelry Jewelry
as -
AMrs and will Le old at a. POST OrrtCB r.riRTHsfT, .
of fMir kl&irf. have o-mc totC&tcflniflatioi iul iuterinedialepuintf rent sit $10') icr annum, .L community at large in his line of boiinea*
will avoid the di%aters "f flopping at Philadelphia June 12 I=SC.PROPOSALS .
fur will, the country lege Savannah ndCtiJt'.rhUni. 1..rg4in. He will attend to ,the sale of Nejroe*. Landa Sr
to sojp rt Buchanan into which it would IKpluupd l-y th.o..e fur .ale l/y the i j IE5 iu > Kixjuirc ul MOBSM. IlartrUge .t:'[ manu', Jack- for carrying the mail of the WM. GIIOTIIE other elTeeta placed In his charge. Lettersaddressed -
"wwnt Buffalo 8 2S tEliuira any
** the l Faie to a4ra or ;
> Jane
only t.un 6.i irul bv a Fla. from A-tobrr 1, last to
| si- Feruandina, ,
iuUsbribcr at will be
correct pahhceviN! by iiunsi4IC, <>r uf the for infonnatiuo, pmmptry- replied
"' 1 1isrty t, t vlVc- who attempt to 826 to On.mdatjui, $ 7.AfeuUut iu the State of nr.
a jr.t f.r iitti'l of iOIhCIiti ; MARTIN. JmieVl-tf A COY. 1539,on the following route 11TfIi1hEJ.i. to. His general acqualntaace ia thai State.
t.1tar Jrre K, Sulli- urafl7Jt HUiUi'eli.iua! laiii.lg in the manner herein specified, will be
an-1 A. S. ttiliunais and others, render it unnecesAry to append rfarences.
'a; athe tith !iti bar. V.. ? to t': v retvjrn'.zed andeetabl >hetl $ .ttUtistS2i4Jflh. C. A UKUlXEit.Ajn.ut BUI P. Dental Notice. -ecviied at the Contract (ifljce <>f the Post Office AIDJeweller BENJAMIN UOPKI5S, .
T. il >
I tttth., thdEVhiv..t f;. Buchanan oj 1 the land. C\r.nv coSsKUaTicMIX iii Casrksou..i.S.(! 8 \v S.l0STWICKw.iuldrerertfully vki Department ia the city of Washington, until a p.tni Jacksocvnie; StpLZith, 1355tfWANTED 4
iU _
r jib sand
the titssens'ofiac1'auts' 1556 to bo decided on
?liimtlt.. MI'li'BT SIN NOMIXirt'JS. fit- iuforin ol the 14 September, ,
r m -Hot I.O
,unt wit attitit to at kat frirtii wultiuidi uf evils Notice.T'HIRTYd oily, that,having opened an oSce in the DaguerianGallciy the next day (NEXT DOOR TO THE posT-orncr.) :
a '
Z.&ea (' ,, ; ,,,, / Knjuirtr. the only ceape tl.e failed! btix ofa. after the puWicatUm! cf this on Forryth tntt, will atheist to all branches C837 From Culuuibu., by Fort Fanning, Shoal on band a ppknded assortment of beanti- ,

f rtattr than ni hed from *fcball} aj.ply to t'.e H-m. W. A. F-r- ofDCNTIaTRY, ia the must appruvod and T..an, Old Tuwn. City Lindmg, At.icns HAS unique JEWELRY of the L&ttZ 0 Two Handled Negro to work w .ta*

lire In Talalia! *T. to afllict humauity.MA1UUED. t-r leave to .eli LIM1 Warrant. No. 53(fjt! careful manner.I Otie,. and HoQ.as, to Busy Purt, and style* an-l fashions, ui.h M Florida Cxit-Robl,. for whoa the' bJgheikwillle '*
out ward, ioinor. T Xerv** aching tecti dcttmyed without Uaik twir a innnth, iusteaaibosts. GOLD GUARDS FOB and VEST CUAlXdEARRINGS wagej paid. Apply to .. .
IitZeiis Jjhn C ll a ,
tat yne
n .tllftUrilcil the otlrrTti (be roperty dec2-2m JacbsnvUl.
> : t the dlstuut-e, and a JoEPhI FINWA ,
will tate propose
) 41 the WAUA SUUEKAY, paiq ___ -_ Hidden FIXGER-RLVOS, 5ept
"' firt.-firca diPa tiro eonncxtiun 'with COLE. Oraajo MiE*_
cy unrJiaxi.OTICi. ivhedule tthich will make due BREAST-PIXS io
Li1I j in = r civ that On Thursday tuiMtimg, lbt ult, l>y the Hev.V July 12th, lB3g-3t BALM OF A the tleaiuer. plyiug between 2'ew Urleaiu"La, all i-f which will be offered at, the, lo'ne.t' prices .er.Zltf -

'V Imdy tiit fl b MIiri.e .%nd \ \V. lt& ir., M. 0 G.-UWALK, of h4P1t'n, ila, tut.I Key.We. t, Fla.PrujwaaU fur CASH ERM0NSWIhIZNGTOMAK1 'i.i

t 1* -" tu ,rc cimij-Uttly- at the twMiM EuziiK&awicc. of ll*lifaN.Scotia.At L IX numtLf afier date s'1VIiaflun\ will La Duvaiunty uiadeti ::1jont'iith ,iflowcr.AT fur onee-a-week acrvieo are abo invited. WATCHES$, ic, rrpairedand warrant.0. : MONEY can &>w by eoUliue oo tbe Mhemberaad -

Tt7 ottk flatiMUing without cit hrr Magiwlia IMl July2-lth, ly the F.ev W. ) ti the lltli. the Judgo uf 1'n.lMte uf of] Mr. (f., with his experience Tor the Idt twenty. aying up their notes aul account. whiHt

1* Mr U"iu.i.ui U. Ciiuibtorattt toili*. \ fur a anal UiaUiar a* AJiuaiiilratrix TILE 4AtIZSTORE.6V'4 XOTE. eight yean as a pra. tical WATCHMAKER Batter doe to Samuel BlaekwumLIf they*r* imI
W K arf, are
T" w $fl 41 watt .aid two ioie
iL adequate Mimdr r. LIZZIE W. Wiuu&. the Estate cfVilliau S. lA.ualA.oii, late cf .Proposals must l>e gnarantle'l by: rospon himself thahe is fuRy! eouitent tu riv*entire nai.! by the njst istutu dav. they will be pot iu -4
JJ wcadent U: a for the S U ceriiDcu to iu ucu 07 a their
uanunj county. doveuaed. person atif.facti to those who deoire to have suit. Settle tu oiit.
L..iLL J. AAI.i.i.u inv T nsnv). U. iiis judge of a court
''bitte "nt about mid day Havana. Lottery.Notice July 5. IS5C-Cw Adzu.i.trstriz. bi entered into by the tneucssfut bidder, with All person having' yl watcbts which, bow- _

edad1 tit iii the Foun.lrycuusuming bvI'nzing Royal Jacksonville FlaCOSiISSIO.ER ,- surety, befure the lsti f Octol er, 1S5G.No I ever, do wit perform well, and are now ont of Fans at Ilcdnccil Prices.npUE .
fur n performe ,
: will be inado trip Grutha whose
biLe )j mate pay order, will tli> well to tall od Mr. ,
will k* KaaU beaotifulJL
the entire aecI.i "lr slate M'5'at'"n and fur each of uch oiBisiuud not satigf.Ktority ** Subscriber has now en

11tthtr uith the Machine bIX. the linn the Judge .f Prvhale of bar Estate atCiiiis.Iy ( OF DEEDS explained three lime tte i'Y a'ftbe trip may be teruis Mr. >pay.this opportnnity to tea- variety o{fa &iuaalile FAX3 whkt he i.ceiling .

f. Letters of Ailuiiuin ration ou the far behind time a* to- at Reduced PJK.J.il .
MI, tnirrs r deducted. Fur arrivals the citizens of this
the to place
on luljawnt i) v ton THE. STATES OF (her hIS sin ere thanks FLAGn.1ItOST .
llS4stJ notifi s.f Hcury Lindsay.. deuramelJuly break connexion w tit depending mails, ami couSiciently literal hitherto : y 17th. 135S. cio.
lkItn: }: q. uthing h- Public are hereby JAMES LATlMEIt VIRC.IXIA.M.S.tCl1FETTS nod its vicinity for the patronage
'4, uta ch THE taken laco ia thc 5, 1'G-Gw MAINE, CAROLINA excused, one fourth the ciuupeuMtiu batuwed on him, anJ he hopes th.it \>y a c! tor- & BOULTER
of the w211(1 at a frtutr that a 7CORT1I to torfuitute. Viaes will bniu ,
2te sf Havana OIIt1. CAROLIXA for the trip u ul>jeU utoati to hleure he will niorit a eontmnam-a tf
with tie wa.t Untritt1crtk4lb ECIlEJaU sr the UOYAL LOTTERY RHODE I8LAXI>, SOUTH be promptly ausati Commission Merchants
fur Tickets Lav hereby rewnnued from tra- ALABAMA, >! *ed, unless the delinquemy their eouCdeuce and patronage. t j|!j li-ly General
of the deiiittitd ingeiceeJea LL wa are
io p NEW YORK to take thd
u CiiZtW11 f4a.I r. ctHiveuuvM.tin quantity iMued. To remedy thv. A d.ng fur a ;'rinminoIy X iute *d bawl, pvcnby PEXXMIA'AXIA, MISSISSIPPI, factt>rily explaiued,fur office negating fur sufuring it tbo lOr ate straE; ir.,.

'4i1PrrThbci wiilI u that 'in tlntig. the prire of Ticket aad the amount of Prim the sub- riUr to Henry Deem ( r lu wife, I MARYLAXD, lX>UISIAXAtP26 mail from or de iutia truyed ptl, rubbed,;or lost ; and f a Renovating Establishment. UV strict and prompt atientiw U aal* 4.

& v(1g Cs-u. 3hginiwi.. have t>evu increai-e-l. In future, iu the Ordinary dutiot leweuiter) fur the fcuui .MIU ninety-Klx about the TEXAS: tf refusing injured, after, demand, to convey the mail aa frquently .' Dying WILL LUMliKR. TIflEL COTTON- and

.. L&Ciltg. witmettt>y the cotinajrai Pi-saing, (lie c&g.ital Prize v.iU U tlOG.OUO, and lie seven dollars, and dated omeiime the contractor runs, writ concerned ic t her Southern Piodact.
Ii to the % Tk-UtatCO the uuuiberof Tukvt. Ut uf Odober or first .TXo euil cr, 1555 AllI.n.uus NEW HOTEL.IAHS1IALIIOUSE. a. I tf Oil TEH TROST. I
laive ; act -
d iTulioD tun-Jings. a Ike prievvf that J ahall u..tp.iy tanning, vehicles en the route. The PuKtmvteoUeuenU T3 York street, rear of tha Coed Houae,
will Uke notice BOULTER
Xo. 1 U > .21 00 only, There w'Ui l-lea e faila ROYAL I'
WdaZTv inaieriaL snitch of which trill Letrm' la M tho con- may annul the contract for repeated SAVANNA GEO.EituLlitheJ .
*WLed WM eIther te K9 full rri mud 20 Al'pro lui tion*, waking Mid isuls unleu t.uijUed ly, to w.Wed.. urea to run agreeably te contractor for dUobcyring 1832.JrpHE 13rick5 Yard.
Igitan IdifJt? ", la sat 219 FrUe., auaatiug to 253.0011, a. will Deration for which U wa jo the laws or insl ruction* .f the department I{ Jacksonville, .
r nu'na"jr "!'j'1" advertifwcnt ia another owt r.trJETt. pssti.&ce SUB5C1UCER greatful to 1j1 Patron "
iddi to GEt).. altar
I1' tie leeG t/y referring SAVANNAH. Tbe PuBtinaater General
may 1
to the 1ti ttthPfl River June 30.185C. [jisy! 5.4su) JL aud.friends fur thu-r! tontumod favurs,would Tflul4'w9&T7flI-.
tbw opportunity ,
o take Little
Tke aW.-riber enlarged and irnrw.nveslI bereave of n>
ouluuia. TTIVC_ T j HOUSE h been f- the acb dule. ,Ill may iJsOorder an jaTiie U t'l.aaor I> nil a. torartiae uTtfncK, *ani
4sttore4 kit ured.DdtrbLai4 lue.r tiuerM pairuuvgv,.vi> aud gait,of roum*, iacrca3 on aalte, U DOW prepared y la win .n at Ul9 u
4it;: lit Ihabk an irieno.lur merit Notice.. i w ith large and airy iinglc wrvice by allowib thereuf pro ratu S lk and. ut.jiu Dresses, Shasta, &&, Brick Cliurca, wJui e fotlowinc .
that Mr. 1..wenabjtuz&t. bi-pe by prpiout atteatUo to Ltuiuet U a that will will be kept a* a rst claw. Hotel, in all re*- the contract pJH* way aia>> curtail or duscoututue colon M will generally please alt,who pri&esr' i 1 .U
U b rel gireu ar.plwa.tion filch he may
t 0 U MHfl 0 th. 4A1B >y in whole ia at >ra rata C -$, 00 thoassed.
1(6w biii d/B DOX HODPJGCE2.Cbarletton. NOTICE ,U>, the LcgitUture vf the State uf ots', eactpt priess.IttLPhItELDflflf. the service or part ; favor busi with their patronas Ladi1 white FIRST Qtiinr- p.r
Lit indbtei&eme lu Charter for a decrease vf pay, aUoniiig one month' extra eumieniatMO and bleached tbe Eaees'ib -: f.'TOOh "c'yTiis3
laza fvr isleanod.
at it. next aeniiou a Crape ftka U ia very .
185t; Florida "
Z with
Anyi Propdet, SCOB
of nervice
22-3t the amount dispensed - -
("r l pruuit' avid Bank at Ja. luonviUo to he wiled the lUnk of the March on the "S tond Ae.is- tet i&auMr, or dyed any color thai nay be reo Io a.
liid ahouU be j ddreue| to Y5U..BiCU-' -
ca4ledge hi dt.t, and is tM >Toticc.TOTICE SUte 4

t't isis 'Uigti a4 itatu to wb.rni that ti wHIN TlViillY TAULE.Z2 ftarula." pressed ta the moat fakhionbk>atylea. th PUikkruaa. eWlar per the'.a.Iad -
)z. \ U)> reuy given applic m fiY-i1T .ffE[ : ioi.jur.o 6357, Ce tleman'. ganueuU cleaned, dy.dor renovated one '
j indebted, ye dttjh$ floL will! 1 be utaJe to the LejU'alura of the State cf Ivt further partu.aUtJ ace pamphlet advcrtiaeBteul. ; b ia the aawe, nperior cna dulla tnt Xty ceat.t pertbuiUor a.
required .
hirifling t, liberally Wwirili liiffl, Florida for aa In.urm Company wtii lUcking lithE| subscriber rwill keep con- now for the acewawndatWm lit Traveller, for.trTJiii4 Uw utaiU Virinia-,- North style, a.which may ha. generally ao muoh pleased tu p&truiiau.ndtiiseds' rroaU*tfmac# 'Ik*Briek, r.tt Je tf ex**!.

: tr) tate a frtbh start u. priviegM, at Jaoktuorire. tu te called thaJackauovilto JL band a supply ofgeDd llORSESmdifCGUlES ( IS open Invalid. who will flnl health and CaroLina Soula Oaruoua, Geurgia, aikl ffiojida tent material, ar drle4 nadir eovn&q4 aim J
on partknlarly
aad etantly tiaa thai
Iii uruce Banking Conibacy.juij dated JAUIUTV 12, heavier ani of beU r quality say an
1 .The Table
by Whtnuoed cp 'uha -' to le. Conveyanoe furn'uhea to the ,fmifort. that this eminlry affor loii.JAJ1E3 CA1IPBELL Wiifta p n.eUkr sent byBaltroaior tn- '
1I1I! ; of the oonatry. Uon-e. Loirdcd.by the wilt I famished with the c'ace.t delicacies of the ,. boat,: word .auuhl be meat him by letter throegbth being imported. "
cn taken trvm Liui part Pu&Uuasuir UeneraLNUT1CC left wHh Uaasrv Bartridje 4 -
2q Miy week or monUi. By jaod r u whilct unremlttiDR attention will be given June 21-4w Puat-O.s.s thath. may kn w where to call r-fi All order -
feed day, Mai'in, wlU
begkaf iXotice. ainela ctZSIa.O4 nal attention be tape, to gain i to deue. that t occea* migbt crown lay effort, u fur them. Aft Mdau from *JacksoovQU, FK, ltmaitu, who are' wy- AJWJU, ., ..A'i'

aZ: lLU4,4 t her that Itie Metirs. 1 te hereby < an thai applbaii awi( 1 liberal *aaof pen patronage :stbJ. ** Mama-st., future. Chares nsiderate: il- LEDWrril will act aa my agent durinr cau be hauded in Itf Mrs. II rkne *. MaHener, sttsojest te-. a.JO.VLO'L' '. 4

t2. bqp,4 tu rIps th tuszndry U3 NOTICE U tLsgi.L4tiLreothIt44 oFlorida. in the wash part.fiba townU.ata, Lne IoU for ISAAC U.&ItFASON' W 'bay al4SS.. '. TH03.LKPWIT1I. AdstnisIro.rthi; hounowest frcm Ocean tUvct. -. ., ::1 $ i

inity f th* Tsttahues JiUyuadLo.Taiiti t IU next .cation fur a. Ch rUr fur tbei'torila the 4LtIefl'efYaObCt1 awl troJ'vcr,. ra.--P.rt4 UeTIVIWI'i c a '- .- "u".ir I : : :

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I. [ tatcitittid -: THE "FLOKIUA);|AUp ': t : :, ;; f Proposals for Naval,"Supplies. No. 10, white WASUIYGTOY.pin*. No. 11.1 Ju .:: -'ft.r

4 MARVELLOUS REMEDY 1 JTirc oak boar-l.
iftFi1tL3t1a' ns : fc' -NUT D.nTJlEI1', 2cc 1 I No.lZ.blockwarnuteltef11D&11o.
.01. ,j
!! ; FOR A MARVELLOUS AGE!! A1'DInrinc' gODfe{ (Mfr'Sl* $rintinS Bureau of Coagt'a, Equip't, and Repair, No 21,Iron. No.22, ,pikeaflnj. hickory No. .

_ :, P. Insurance Co. June 2, 1958. tine tia. .No.2' pig. Yo. 23. Q 1escI.
? PROPOSALS to furnish Naval Sup- .No. 27. paints alls, tie. No.39 .bard._
: .
hasv been
c : establishment SEALED ship
r111l.k3; Of' FEJtNSTLVASIA. IIOUSE ALMANAC71' \ or the fiscal year ending 30th Jane No. 43 tMk u.J pnt1 Iron. l'to41 eb&adtry

< _1_ thoroughly mevated during the past gum- Fourth and Marktl-Stt Harruburg, COUNTING. 1%?,' will be received at this bureau until J' 1\0.45. ingot copper. No.4, ,ebaia
merpainted Ubot cUuei, Ac and 1 now Corner tf rCVKSTLYAKIA.OctjDltrxl 1856. o'tIock.p.im3., of the 8th of July next. These .straw. 1te. II1OIILlia .

ri.4yor / proposals must bo endorsed "PrvpoI41..I" Naval ..G05ORT-V1RflISIA.

F INVALIDS, TRANSIENT : S3SOOOO.; A' Supplies Bureau qf Cl1l16trudiurr. 4-c." that No. 1, '. plank stOck 1"f't. Xo

AILL". &c. CHARTER CRPETUAl A 0'.1 : Oi Oi en en Oi Oi they ,tIlll bediatinguishe4. from other business oak promiscoustiwin,. No, 6, : ,"hl:.
nOARDtR BUILDIN09 Perpetually MER- < 0 < = . 8,y.flow.pinoher. 1eUow'f laq
lady 1 <
Toe the a poeses- C-of : ; I
ltaN VESSELS in c" ; d articles embraced In the elas- \. ep.r II.
the long FURNITURE: The materials 10, white pine. No U
SAg every qualification will hive an antf The Port and their CARGOES and other Property 1856. 5 1856. ; ; : ; E see named are particularly described in printed elm ..". No. 12, t tgany. bI.lCk. .sb
experience, Oe luprinlnda. fire.DIRECTORS. J Z I 'We are'now pre- of which will be furnished to such No. 13 Iti..tlIo'1,
subscriber solicits a on&er against loss or damage by HAVING made = 'I I .I : schedules,any locuct No. U..bit.ash
__ zJAN'S
__. i = .
( o exertion, with a :0 & = : 1 3.4 5 as desire to o'er. on application to the commandants hickory burs No. 16.Uaek 11aa.
S. tb.present management,every Ointment. -. 2 3 4 5 JrLT.. z 'truc.
41 I 1 : the ; the present nortecs, will b mae I Holioway's : extensive arrangements 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 6 7 B 9 10 11 17 paredtuexeeute, at of the respective navy-yards, or to the navy numvilae. No 20, OtifDpt18lt1on a a. eorpol'o.l3.1.C.
r ai.t o John P. Rutherford Robert Kloti nearest hereto, and those of all the yards No. 21 Iron. No. 22 s "
to give The bonn 1 13141516171819 l3141516flli 19\\ agent spikes nai5. y0. U
bly cenera. ..aUO" THE GRAND EXTERNAL REMEDY. Philo C. SeJxvkk, Abuse A. Carrier for the execu 2C 21 22 23 :4 2S 26 'O121 Z'l 2J 24 25 the shortest, notice, upon application (,> this bureau. This division line1In. Jfa-23, brdware. No 21. PaInt 'ii
te J. John B. Rutherford into classes being for the convenience of dealersin Ac. No.28vfl x ,
I Rooms Cfean and Featnf.es itself.furn.ith.ed Albert Gillett, I 272839303127282)3O3l eacva v. 29.
of catk.al
4 Airy, By the aid of a microscope' we see millions Alvan Wilkins Samuel Jones. I 2 ofPainphlctt each such portions only will be furnished as NA 30. fliix and cotloa twin So. esn YDI
1 2
Nothing .- tionoenrldlUCrip-. - 'At't all kinds 31gIas .
hnrloluV. little openings on the surface of rubh.duithsakin our uoaies.Throush Samuel T. Jon.s.JOliN, 3456769' 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 are actually required for such bids. The commandant 37'leather. Xo. 33. btJtle. No. J' hri .; !,'
these this Ointment, when P. RUTHERFORD' rntitlcnt. tion of 10 11 12 13 14 15 16! 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 sod 'uul agent of each station will 3a bunting and dry goods So. 31, y,
Being entirely Imllt of wood;which,r.ttr it free carried to any organ or inward part A. J. GILLLTT Secretary. 17 18 20 21 2'l 23 17 18 0 21 22 23 have A copy of tho schedules of the other yard .in.' No. 39, tallow, soap oil., lie pitoll tar
from dampness' The room connected by Folding eatei of the Kidneys, disorders of the Liver, affections MORGAN, General Agent. 2-1 28 :-I\25 1)1" 2S 29 30 for examination'pnly, from which it may be jud-, chandlery. No. 40, Stationery. *;

poors,. with Fireplaces, mid blinds to window of the heart, Inflammation of the LongsAatlimnJm J. H. McBORY Agent,JacknonriUe, Flo.RKFERKNCES Job Printing. ba'H 25126127 :91-\\ Jl _ La w'J Dlanks, ed whether it will be desirable to make application June 17 4w
tin ITfoita and affords a delightful and Colds, are by its means effectually I.
opening-through \ AT JACKSONVILLE : r ".ft' 2 ,4 6Thoatttntiononhose for them. -
4 promenade of 300 feet end protects tb.bou.e cured. Every hoaswife knows that saltpasses Col. J. S. S.iinmi, I Capt. Charles Willey 9 I 10!11.1 112113 14 15 OEFT- 7'ji' 8 i1I 10 1 11 12!13 IJusluessCard Offer must be made fur the whole- class at any FOR -

.- ( o rain, cold winds, and forms a delightfu freely through bone or meat of any thfcklicxs. Col. John Broward, \I Saui'IN. Williams, Esq 2122 \l4i5' 1 l71S\ Ig 20wishing yard upon one of tho printed evhedules! or in
.. ]lUtrjiE AT from ecnBucment at all seasons This healing Ointment far: more readily of the Col. Henry Tiuianus, | [March 7-lf] Printing 1617119 27 2529 12112'2 2.1\2425 2627 VlsltlngCarda, strict conformity therewith or they will not be Charleston
the The House is in central through any bone or fleshy part
01 year .iuat.d a penetrates 30 -1- considered.All .
: position, facing the South, ad retird from other living body, curing the most dangerous inwardroUlllaiutl NOTICE TO (:(S'TIUCTUR' done is particularl1PIlIL _30 ::11_ -:--2--3 -4 -5 --- 28 29 -3 4 Circulars, articles roust be of the very best quality, VIII.
bouses. It contains 45 rooms, and convcuiencics that cannot be reached by other moans. size Ac to be deliveredin
11 conformable to sample, ;
and lor accommodation cannot be turarc. EIl\ 1PLL.\S. SAIL KllEl'M: & SCORBUTIC OFFICE OF fTATE .hi..m,_ I i6 1- 8 9101112 1..1".116 newels and .
in invited to suitable
: general, BUK.NA: VISTA, ORAXOK MILL POST OriCE 13 14 .5 16 IT .. 19 IT.6 hand Hills, good order and in SAYAMAil] GEO
HUMORS.Xo le at the and 1 risk
the above, Is St. Johns River, Fla., August 21, IB5J. 2O2l222324252G l92O2l22232425 as the ease may expense ,
in advertising '
I. P.S. object t for the Terms Invariably O of this cwistractor, and in all respects sulj K-t to
done much cure 30 26 28 29 31 -
has so 272929 27
snake to my friends that this House, fur remedy e\er PROPOSALS will be received at this Show Bills, count, weight, IJfc: ThcU.S.JI.
e t of diseases of the Skin, whatever form they m'larpume SEALED Mu_ -i- I 2 3.' the inspection, measurement c. .ftfc
future-iMll give satisfaction a. represented, or no the 20th day of August, 133G, for 1W received and to the entire
of Salt Rheum until C.\SII.-a, of the yard where '
No cacs 5 6 7 S 10 -
this 4 Q STEAMER
4j charte wDT made. I solicit a tria}. as constructing a Canal (with its nece'slrY'l'pend i Bills of Lad In:. satisfaction of the 'Ommmd.lnt: thereof.Bidders
; Scrofula HryciplM, can Iii
H 15
Sore Heads, or 11 17
B. E. CARR Scurvy, 12113
asin' .te.)
fJ -, withstand its influence. The inventor has ges, such as Litt Locks Guard Locks, Orders from the IS 19202122 2J 24 Nov'n.------------I- are referred to the yards for samples,
ii _SL'Anguitine. Pee. t-3m long travelled over many parts of the globe, visitingthe from Lake Hartley, on the St. Johns River to Indian 1 25 26'27' Z829,30131 nUll of Fare, and particular description of the articles; and. CAROLINA

Art Association principal hoepiuls, dispensing this Ointment, River. a distance of thirteen miles,3,410feet, : Co u n t. r 1 will Le Jrn. 1 2 3 5 61 all other tbingp being equal preference will lit
General Assembly of the Stateof \ 41 I iauul'uturv.Every L. M. COXETTER
J Cosmopolitan gUing advice as to its apl,1icationaDd hat thus authorized by the Act 9 10 l2Il3J14 DEe'n I 2 3 4 5 Is I- Labels i given to articles of American COMMANDER

rk trC( D TEAK. been the means of restoring countless numbers to Florid, at its session of 1854-55: by an I'rOmpUl exeeutod. 15 16117 18 19120' 7 8 9 iO1i 12 I offer, as required by the law of ROth WILL leave Palatka every

1 A IttlANGEMENTS the Second Annual ColXI. health. "entitled in Act to provide for and encourage in this a 22 J4 15 16117 IS 19 20 .kc., &c.Joa.FBocrao. I August 13-16 must be accompanied: by a written at S o'clock' Piculata a iute

i lex-lion .this new and popular Inslulion SORE LEGS SORE BREASTS WOUNDS liberal system of Internal Improvement 293O- - 2122123,24 23 26272S23O31 guarantee, the forms!which are herewith given. Jacksonville at 3 o'clock same afternooa arfU '

e; for the diffusion of Literature and Arts have boon & ULCERS.Some State." which the -\-. .. !, -I Those only whose offers may be accepted will vannah on Friday morning at 9 tfehtrk/W
made on the must extensive la1e.I Proposals will specify tho amount for be notified, and the contract will be forwarded as Charleston that evenin2 chisj
ii Among the works already engaged is the far of the most scientific surgeons now rely work will be done, the mode and manner in which soon thereafter as practicable, which they will be W31. M. L.tWTOt

; .''. famed solely on the use of this wonderful Ointment! "h";n n.ivmunt are to be made whether in Und or money required; to execute within ten days after its receipt Agent,at Co. .
/'_ the wont cases of sores, wound : of each. .. the office named by Chartestos.
"GENOA GRUSIFIX, having to cope with or portion at post or navy agency I II DENBT ,t TEA3DALg
I 'i ulcers,glandular swellivgs,and tumors. Professor Maps, Profiles and Estimates can be seen at them. I. ,
coat Ten Thousand Agunts
which at
originally the Dlln.I Hollow'ay has, by command of the Allied Governments this offic, and any information obtained by aJ Jrcs- Sureties in tho full amount will be required to JAMES El;

z forming of American new Art Cl.cton, encouragement d6u.ion o dispatched to the hospitals of the East large sing the undersigned at "Orange Mill Post Office sign the contract, nn-1 their responsibility certified Aont at

t .: otAtntric&ngeniui' have not ovorlouked. shipments of this Ointment to be used under tic St. Johns River, Fla" t. by a United States district judgo, United a JOON LEO WARD Ficsl.sts.

'I bare been ben many of the direction of the Medical Staff, in the wont cafes Proposals will be receivod for constructing a States district attorney, collector or imvy agent Agent $ ,

'. l.,t. LtiuIbedAmericanArtits Commi.ioD t, nbowillcoa- of wounds. It will cure any ulcer, glandular swelling Railroad over the same ground.F. As additional security, twenty per cci tarn will be M. A. COhEN.

: of their finest Among stiffness or contraction of the joint, even of L. DANCY & Russell withheld from the amount ot' the bills until the June Kf
tribute pows productions. i1 Leighou [Agyntst Savannah.
I t" State of FloridaV1I1.UAUL.E *
$ ', them are three nu.t. executed by thegreatest 20\cars, standing. aug25-ly State Engineer, contract shall bate beencocipleteil,and eighty per -- _
: TILLS AND FISTULAS.These IN ST. centum of each bill, approved in triplicate by the
living Sculpture I'lwen PROPERTY
\:: commandant of the respective yard, will bo paid United States Mail Line
] ,
.5 and other similar distressing complaint AUGUSTINE PCR SALE. Il
) the : by the navy agent within thirty days after its
be wcl 1I
if the Ointment
can be effectually cured THAT FINE RESIDENCE opposite Between Savannah
: .f The Father of bis Country; *> nrciientntion to him. and FloridaSEMIWEEKLY.
: othcrwise valuable : .
rubbed in over the parts effected, and by HOUSE. Also that '
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, around each FLORIDA AND It is stipulated in the contract that, i if default
the printed directions known as the .
The Philosopher) ; following HOTEL property be made by the parties of the first part in delivering

.t DANIEL WKBSTER, pot.Uotfi. the Ointment and Pills should be HOUSE. For terms apply toA.. H. COLE DOOR MANUFACTURERS all or any of the articles mentioned of the

j Mills Fla. quality and at tho time ansi places provided!,then,
The Statesman. 13-tf Orange
f tistd in following case: august TIlE STEAMERS
; and in that case, the contractor and his sureties
and made
., :.) A special' agent has selections visited Europe of foreign of care Art, Bunion Sore Lrgs l'IUE1 FIRE : : FIRE J11 subscribers beg leave respectfully to inform the citizens of will fotifeit and pay to tho United States as liquidated
judicious wurk Sore Breasts THE to
: ful.n Burns of to twice $ Johns
damages a sum mummy canal
and Marble Chuicc have establishment in Charleston S.C.
1 .' Lttn Bronze ; Chopped Hands Sore Head.Cbill.JIiDl THE SUBSCRIBER'S OLa surrounding country they large the amount of the contract priced therein lrooJUJ'f'n .
Throats .- STAND having been entirely destroyed with facility that such an establishment can profitably work, for the manufacture of
: Sore every
I r.ltDJ ai the price to Le paid in care of the actual C'APl. JAS. FnCEUORX
forming a large and oaluable roUte Fistulas Soro of all kinds ly fire, ho has removed to Meeting-it thereof which damage ,

I tion of Paintings and Statuary, to be distributed for lout SprainsLumbago corner of Wentworth, the stand formerly occupiedby Sashes Blinds and Door delivery Vecovercd or,rtainet1irtnu liquidated time to time as they-may ANDWelaka
rUE among the members of the Association Scalds W. J.GAYKR where he continues his businessin ,
accrue from the suid parties of the first part vreit
1'". the, Second Year. Mercurial Eruptions Swelled Glands all its biaiuhc He hason hand large assortment of every site and all descriptions, aho MOULDINGS of any pattern, at the shortest notice. tier orthem.Classe" .

., Terms of Membership. Piles Stiff Joints of first class VEHICLES o/ all ducriptwJII.porn. LEIQHON t RUSSELL guarantee their work ta be wdrth one hundred per cent more for dur- 1,2,4,6,7, 8-to be delivered onc- ,

t, The payment of three dollars constitutes any Rheumatism Ulcers choice FAMILY CARRIAGES built expressly ability, than the Northern made work sold in this m.irkct. Price current lists of our work oanle jutlh part on or bcfoic the lotli May, one-fourth CAPT. V. KING,

I ; one a member of this Association, and entitles Lira i Salt Rheum Venereal Sores for his Country Customer, all of which he seen on board the Steamer Carolina. Give us a trial March 29 part by the 20th July, one-fourth part by the 20th -IT/-ILL/ leave SAVANNAH for PALATU

: to either one o the following Magazines for one I Skin Dine.isca Wounds of all kinds will SELL CHEAP I OR CASH or City ICCf'paneo. :September, and the remainder by the 1st Dcieinter \ \ E F, every TUESDAY sad JATCBl
C t, year, and ticket in the distribution of the .:Sold at the Manufactories! Professor Hot. LEONARD CHAPIN.J 1657. Ckuwes Nos. 3 and 9-the who'o: by DAY nu-rn'ms, at 10 o'elovk, ml P.LtTKt

';' tt tualaDd raDting. LOW AT, 60 Maiden Lane New York and 241 Ef" Order promptly fruitfully Jdlcd. WATCHES' JEWELRY SILVER WARE' the 15th May, 1357Tho .rew.un.ng claskcs lu every MONDAY and THURSDAY,for SAVA.X.
r to subrLcn consists of Strand London, nnd by all ropentable Druggists Charleston.S. C.. Nov. IB-Cm bc'd<)livero
t. the following Monthly Magazines lapr'", Put' and Dealers of Medicines throughout iho United S. & E. M. Gilbert 1st September next, one-fourth part on or before both ways.
nam's Nickerbocker ", civilireJ world in Pots,ai 23 cents, AND
Slates, and the thb lit December next, one-fourth, part on or bct They will leave Jacksonville every Toesdaj and
Oodey'e Lady's Book, and Household Words. G2I-2 cents, and $1 each. jcri ? MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS .re the lit of April and the remainder on or beer and Frilaj morning at 3 o'ulack.
Perrons' taking fire memberships are entitled to There is a considerable saving by taking in all descriptions of CARRIAGES Tbdie Boats have been built
k: k-'r/ Goods. the 30th June, 1337, rouij>ri ing at each de- esprwjly for tla
-1. ,_ any five of the Magazines fur one year, and tot thclarges sircv at Nos. 35 and 40 \'ent\ Fancy iery a due proportion of each article. Claw 10 Route, and having large and airy sUt Boom w.vommodation. .

Iii ticket.in the dUtribuiion. I N B. Directions fur the guidance of patients in worth Stieel, and No.7 JIayne Street,CharlestonOur I an all following, if %11.tioa.il I 't\:1tilluUJJllb"J' offer nnefjnalnd mdiictmsnts to la.vnlidj .

: The net proceeds derived from the sale of membership every disorder are affixed to each Pot. Stock is an extensive one, and purchasers _0_ p.'the' articles named herein are dcm.iiidej) tjo : and others. For further patteuia en.
'.* are devoted to the purchase of work of to call on uis, we can : of
-- are respectfully requested ,ire to bo furu'uhed on like terms ami conJitlona: quire
.: Art for the ensuing year.j H. P. MARCHER, offer great inducements' in style and prices; and' GEORGE] FL AGO pi'ovious tu the expirutinu of the fiscal year: upon EISCEE 4 CAXOVA,

The Advantages Secured Fashionable Boot Maker, any articles bought at our establishment are warranted receiving notice of fifteen days from the bureau Agents, J&kxievig-
;'.' by a member of this Association, are- July 8-tf Jno1 .son.V"iUc Eas1 1'lcrid.zt. J. 0
I becoming NEWNAN STREET in every respect. tLj: commandant of the yard,or navy ugant. DEVALL, Agent PnhtkxCLAGUORN
receive the ralue of their g
"- .. 1st AII.ru. ful this and that As the law requires the prcpaymcutcf postage, 4 tTiMXOlIAil,
i start shape of uteiling lb. DOORS FROM FORSVTH-ST.fi GIN'S.HE WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of place surrounding country,
,: .o ubtcrifitumt a i TWO SEA ISLAND COTTON old stand penoiis desiring the comm-ittJant of the yard of Agents, Savaithak
I Jacksonville. East Florida. SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity to he has again opened at his These Boats connect haiti
.: Ltoratar. the navy agent to send Ihum by m scbc'-liiica or way with a lime of
2d. Each is contributing towards purchasing pilE subscriber respectfully announce to his inform the Planters of LONG STAPLE SUMERS' BLOCK such classos as they tll1iirusoot,1: enclose in their Stages, between Jacksonville andTallal.us.p.,_
: choice Work of Art which are to bo distributed that he his rebuilt his FACTORY, and lathe I Ovala amid
Public that
I foruer patrons an tile generally COTTON, .pr.cut.oD; postage ftautri tj ensure their transmission Tampa Ray, and vita jttamtrj
I ..' among themselves, and are at the same he has taken the store formerly ocrupied by J. W. is now ready to fill orders in his line without delay with a lanre andn.n selected stock of but application ta this bureau fur such between Savannah and New York, I'biia4elpha!

.. time encouraging the Artists of the its country,, disbursing 1'lIlrE'hpre he is prepared to make BOOTS and at hi. usual prices. W. iH J .11 LEUb@ H bW m W.ik schedules will not require prepayment, and Ch-irleaton. rnti [July 7-1 yIN
". thousands of dolan agency. SHOES cf tho nest fmi.li aid style, and o'lual. if Planters wanting GINS or Gins repaired, extra '
Persons in rtmittinffun d,fur membership, wUl not superior to any heretofore oficrcd to the pub Boxes and Brushes, will apply to the followingAgents A N I U FORM OF OFFER.I I
their post-office address in full, elating C2 C:: 3D 4 please give or the subscriber at this place : FANCY C -, of--, State of- ,hereby Znbcpciibciit
: : the month they wish the Magazine to commence PottOffice lie.lie flatters himself that the general satisfaction AGENTS. to which the attcntJvi. of the Public is invited. Getting my floods direct from the agree to furnish and deliver at the respective

t .. and hate loss the letter the remitted of at which the a he has given heretofore, will entitle him to the BISBEE & CANOVA, Jacksonville, Fix New York Manufacturers. I am i rcparefl to oiler my customers inducements, Loth as navy-yardj ul! the articles named ia tho classes AND EOUTE TCOMMODIOUS SAV4UAK.TUE .
t prevent ; on receipt patronage c in Savannah.
\ together with the Mag- endeavorto Fla. regards tIe and price that cannot be surpassed or
will White
lIe SPENCER Springs,
ecrilf.te made out of the beet materials JOHN B. o. the chodulec3 therefor, and in comtonuity with NEW
;. arlne desied. will be forwarded to ..:1 part of the give (satisfaction to all who may favor him witha D. C. ACOSTA & CO.. Ceutrerillage, Geo. Among my assortment may be found (I.e advert.m&ut of tiio Bureau of Cwutruation, ANDs s--

j ,.: country. cull. THOMAS UILLEARD. do. do. BUTTER KNIVES, FRUIT Do NAPKIN le., of June 2, 1856 STEAMER
's.f Those who purchase Magazines at Bookstores, And Savannah Geo.CI1AS. .VA.T lIES
lie has on harsh a largo supply COOPER RINGS CHILDREN'S SETTSAc&c. Should offer bo accepted, I request 1o lea
} t ..: will observe that joining this Association, they which he will sill at H.CAMPFIELD, do. do. ;A'rST
Ladies und Children Shoes, FINE GOLB LEVERS, (full Jaweled.) j,Ire'sed at and tho contract forwarded THOS. G. HA1GHT
the and Ticket in the annual Constantly on hand and mad orJrfrol1l ,
Ej i .. receirt Magazine free low prices.J Capt B. R. BYTHEWOOD, Beunford, S. C. U DETACHED a. pUTt
: > distribution, all at the same price they now "Repairing done at low prices-and at short SCOTT, DEBEAUX hEY WARD, ,' LAPINES, coin, and warranted to the navy lor agent at and certificate to CAPT. F. .1. W. IJAUkMAN,
p i pay for the Magazine alone. notice. July 21yACKXTS Charleston, S. C. with.t without hunting cajcw) or '%T.'ILL leave Wel.tka every Sunday morning
( CUTLERY.From (Date) (Signature .
Beautifully illustrated Catalogues giving f l S. L. BURNS, PATENT LE\'EltS. do. do. ) \ V at 8 o'c-Tocfc fur Savaupeb, via. PilatSs.Ptcolata .

descptu ncnt.frre on lc uon.f WANT n. July 23-Ctn St. }b.r).. Oeo.PROCLAMATION SILVER" DETACHED a' do. do. the celebrated Manufactory of Oco. Wosten- The schedule vhirh the Udder encloses miut Jacksonville, Jto, l Isaring JaJuonnllt

; address. To sell by subscription, a Complete History of tko LAPINES, do. do. holm & Son, consiting of : be putted tit Ida offer, and each oftnem tigned by Monday morning at 2 o'clock A. ii; retomu*
C L. DERBY C. A.A. Itiin. Opposite each, article in tht schedule fif lei\ Hvacnab Fri 1 at IQ uck! X.
: es <
t Acual which will be warranted POCKET KNIVES SCISSORS SHEARS every ly ,
RUSSIAN WAR From good makers (
At either of the principal '. DY RAZORS. Ac. ,rice maul b.let,the amount carritduullfl' ag- i This Dual invariably takes the IaI.B4i l'ussag,,
r"KnkkerbckerMagazine, 343: Broadway New Now ,a.JI' One vol. octavo, JAMES E. BROOME, good time keepers. eregattfouled up for each elus. and the amount i and draws but 3 1-2 feet water whe loaded.

..,. Y Or, Western, Office, 165 Water ttreet.Suodukky, Illustrated with Cngraviugi. Governor of the State of Florida. JEWELRY. FANCY GOODS.. liitvue written in rur .. L. M LAFF TEAU, Aj'Sava'ak,

'. oc29. colored of the seat of War. IIARIRIUUE 4 T13LIUS,, .
Including lirgo Map
Dollars Reward.UjIIEREAS Consiseing cf Cn.UNS.Such ns CORAL.l'flLTC MONIES, ACCOR- FORM OF GUARANTEE.
TROOPS FOIl Til 13 SCRVICI2. Also, a beautiful Chirt, drawn by an Artist ThreeliimdriHl GOLD GUARD., FOB AND VEST ,, PERFUMERY, LUDINS' AND The undersigned, -, of in the Jiarchl-ly Agents,Jck*>nviK

FOUR COMPANIES WANTED. eight mouths in the Ciiiuca. CHATELAINS, LOCKETS BRACELETS, OTHER EXTRACTS, FANCY SOAPS, State of -, and of -_. in the

AM instructed by the Executive to receive io.r BEING a complete and reliable: history of the PENCILS, CROSSES, IiEE.LS, PAPIL'R-MACHEE, JEWEL CASES State of- -,hereby guaranty that, in cae the roePfflLADE1PIA.
I the service of the State of }Florida Four from its commencement to its c1.se- DIAMON R1NO?, REGARD Do. ROSEWOOD WORKBOXKS foregoing bid of- for any of the rl.isc therein NEW YORK, &C-

Companies t of Infantry Volunteers. I'referenc. All the accounts being from eye witnesses and nn atrocious murder was commit GOLD THIMBLES, SLEEVEAND PORTABLEWRITIFG named be accepted, that ho or they will, withinten Savannah Charleston Steamship Lines.

will be (Ten to Companies already organized 1 |HirticipanU in the scenes described. Persons sending body of William Millic.m in the COLLOlt BUTTONS DESKS, d.iys after the receipt of the contract the

I part oC Gen. Johnson s Brigade, if presented at ft 00 will receive a sample copy and morocco County of Marion, in this State on the night of STUDS, CUFF PINS, RETICLLES. ; }'AScOllns, I">it office named or navy agent designated, CABIN PASSAGE 3O..STEERAGESZ.

onc.(. bat should new Companies be raised and bound gilt subscription book, poetage prepaid the first of March, ult., by eotno ] I presented before the Brigade Companies are reported by ourselt, with a Letter containing full particulars I Now, therefore, that the ends of justice may be GOLD SPECTACLES SinT EYE CIlILDltESs'CIULDREX'S i tuient sureties; and in case said shall i!

I I' for duty they will be receh'e J. Each Company of the terms with agents, which are \'erllib. rubserved' and I he guilty party brought to condign SES, PLAIN AND RINCNS TOYS, TEA BELLS, I j enter into control t as aforesaid, ire guaranty i ST.tTIeSpy.
II, eral. been in the business InNew Know that I, James E.Uroome. LOOPS. SCARF PINS, Together with various other articles too .
I mutt consist of one Captain, two Lieutenants, Having publishing punishment: ye numerousSILVER to make good the diffBronco between the our of R. nauvtSTtT
Iml. : four Sergeant*,,four and ut least eut>, Haven the oast 15 yetrs, too most s.itisf.ic- Governor of the State of Florida,do hereby WAItE.tomnention.. I the said and that which may Le accepted. tTh. ctoucii.tAFr. ; .
II Curpra1
: Privates; and each non-commissioned tory reference will always be given when desired. offer the REWARD of$WO for tho apprehension DESSERT N. B.CLOCKS S. WATCHES,and JEWEl.RYYOHKS. .
AND ]?
:I .:.. officer should supply himself with a good double. Address II. MANSFIELD, Publisher, of said person, upon evidence sufficient leadto COMPRISING DESSERT DINING AND TEA SI'OOXS.tlIOrfJlCMI repaired and var anted, at the short- Signatures of two guarantors | JT : J. J. CtEVIV,
; T AILt
"I hnrrel o rifle gun and lb bsg.Captains may 3 134 York street New Haven Conn. nis convu lion. whereof I have hereunto SUGAR. SCOOPS, SALT AND MUSTARD Do., eft notice. lif TL'RMS CASJI. [oct23-ly (Date ) WIR hereafter form aWEEKLT LINE to PhIIt' _.
rauieg Companies are requested to report In testimony -- Witness. EVEBT.SATCHDAJ Jtemately I
ELP11IA sailing
AD ,
/ t me without delay at Alligator, care of Lt er. A BO U.hB.S ret my hand, and caused to be affixed I hereby certify that the above namedare __ from SAVANNAH and CiUiU.baTOX -
A. Ocala care of Capt. Robert Bui- the 'cat of the Stare of Florida. Done I'c I known of
I Beley; WANTED Jacksonville Foundry 3tbocz.rwiJ to mo as men property and able to as follows: -
Job, or at Uay.lr care of John E. J it at' [HEAL] at the Capitol, in the City of Tallahassee f make good their guarantee. The Keystone State will sail from SmnMitM
"j 1 either I will receive Conpa will pay seventy-five (75) cents per day this Wlh day ofMiy: A D. 1856. ASBNrTACrilNE saf 2&b )1s f
.hlb WE (Signature) I2th ,
: o pint BROOME ; Tea following S4tur ties. M. W1IIT. SMITH. and board, or one dollar' per day without : JAMES .n Depository: (Date) 10th aua 2Ith. June 7th and 21st Leaving Phi!.

i Alligator, June 29, lS56-2tFOTODRY board for laborer QULFCENTRAL to work on the FLORIDA Governor of Florida. WOKS. Kcinoved to the New Store In IlolmcuItulldli. To be signed by the United State district adelphi. the alternate Saturday

.. ATLANTIC and RAILROAD. By the Governor. Attest u :- HE Subscribers hating made ixtensive andvaluable r, opposite Dr. Ilaldwlu'u judge, Un item Stutet district attorney collector, The State of Georgia will sail from Cnarwrtoa
to be made at the end of L. \.1LL1.1'IUli1.
thirty 1"
t IRON WORKS.M Payment every improvements in their establishment Office, Jackson*llle."IT or nary agent,and no other. the foitiwing Saturdays-April 5tj! sndl9tb,
Work the first of State.
to of
on Secretary
days. commence day 24-1m.
V iUUGS & Co. May to 'umi h- U and 31s June llth sod 29-
1 'R March next are now prepared THERE kejtcont.antlyonhandaIaro May 3d, lTthrand ,
; w JchcrU Fla. A J. MILLER Jt CO. Seeds I Seed* Seeds 111 Steam Eiicliies of any required power from VV, well selected assortment of The following are the classes required at the Leaving Philadelphia the alternate Saturday.

''\ tCH uow prepared t eeate promptly oren Office, "Jacksonville East Florida." lUST received a choice supply of Garden Seeds, 1 to 100 horres ; DRUGS AND CHEMICALS respective yards : Iu strength, speed and accommodations.coast.tteHsbiim

'Jfor Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar Mi. Janus y 2, 1856-tf J all of the Last Crop and warranted good. Saw 3I11U; Always received by the latest arrivals,warranted KITTERY, MAINE.No. arc fully equal to any running on lbs

,II t and Pans, Grist Mills, Horse Powers, Iron Beaus it variety, Beets do, Cabbage do, Carrotdo Sugar Mill; fresh and genuine. Also, .l,white-oak plank stock log-. No. 2,while Inland navigation, lOt mica oDelswsw P". |Land

I .*'t I 'Brass C.'ing and every variety of Machinery FOIl SAIL OR RUNT. Cauliflower do, Celery E. Corn in variety, Horse I'owen; Perfumery ombs: Ilrushcs. Soap., oak plauk. No. 3, white-oak proin'ucuuns timber Bay; two.nights at wa I
:. and Wk,&w Mill, COMMODIOUS and desirable house Grist Mills. timber. No, 4, white-oak keel at Philadelphia HERON* SURU. Ii
.f 'Cui Badtmitl A pleasantly Cucumbers do, Egg Plant Luck, Tomote in variety Lamps U urni ii; Fluid, &c., pieces and rudder Agents
1 : Steambat. and other repairing. situated on the Western part of thn Lettuce in variety Mellon do Onion Seeds and aU other machinery used in this country. stocks. No. 6, yelluw-pine plank stock 10:. No. AgentatS.iv nn. hC.A.OREI.NER. t

') ; 'e y continue the manufacture an keep town,substantially built and well finished in every do,, Mustard Seed, Okra Parscly, Parsnips, 'Peas Iron and llrais Castings.JTJ7 which will be sold low for !b. 8, ycllow.pine mast and spar timber. No. 10, Agents at Charlo ton, T S.4 T...BL'DD>
hand, their variety of Plows, dens l well of Steamboat Saw Hill and other repairing, Country orders solicited and punctually attended white Nu. 11 w,. ; c.LDyo part,obtaining rmmie, a Roo< in variety Radish d-, Pepper, Spinach: Squash in to. pine. ,a ,cypress, white-oak hoards April I
.' Car Cha..Ac.. t which they rcrpccifullv in water in the ,.rclaa.l all necessary out building, variety Turnips do, Aromentic MId Sweet Herbs at abort noUce.kef" Physicians' prescriptions put up with care and No 1'2, black walnut, cheriy mahogany. No.13,
July 8-ly and suitable for Howe U offered All inax-binejy purchased from us will be despatch. No. !
4 t ____ a private Boarding do, Flower Seeds do, : locnt. white-aah oars and hickory bars. Jewelry Jeffclry
1 t i. for sale or rent by the year on reasonable At Apothecary Hall put in operation in any part of the Mate, by TEAS. No. 15, white-oak staves an4 hoJ.tinl0. 16,

;. JUSTICE'S counT I'OR JACKSONVILLE terms. March, 22-3t Jacksonville Fla. competent machinists, when desired, and upon Agent for tho Now York Pekin Tea Company. black spruce. No 13, lignuiuvitcc. l.;. SO, coin.po.itjon .
J DISTRICT will, infutnre.be held For farther particulars apply at this office. reasonable terms.Drawings Teaof direct importation, and of 34 varieties,from and confer nailj. No. 21, iron. No. 22, WJL GROTHE,
.f f -.on the rst Mondays instead of the third Mondays October 6-tf GENERAL UROKERAGE. and Estimates !furntsmed without a 1.4 to I Ib. in a package all warranted and at spikes, nailg. No. 23, led, tins, tin. No. 25,

.. ':.. t or each and every moth Those Interested will von tAI.I undersigned is now prepared to serve the charge. MOONEY .t GOOKIN, extremely prices.1VCouiitry hardware. to. 27, paints, oils. ifi. No. 28, flax AY A TV ''LT11 KfR

.,' I .pl.as.t&k.aotk. A VALUABLE tract of Land on Amelia T community at large in his line of buvinetui. July 8-tf Founders and Machinist I: Dealers supplied, by order- eanva No. 29, cotton canvas. No. 30, fi.tx au-I

a '.. JKO; W. PRICE, ).1 J a, eOo' !the :Island 5 miles from the contemplated depot lie will attend to tho sale of Negroes Lands, or lug accompanied with Cash. cotton twiuo. No. 31, glass. Xo. 32, leather. :o. Jeweller

,': f' r WM. P. DEWEES, Peace Yellow Bluff, containing 750 acres good planting any other effects placed in his charge. Letters Salamander Lightning GARDEN 4 FLOWER SEEDS PLANTS, c., 33, hone. No. 31, brushes. No. 37, pitch, tar, ,

.- *' F. WHEATON 165G-lm, lend. There U on the premises a small dwelling addressed for information, will be promptly replied CON DurrORS. aLso always kept on hand. rosin. No. 38, tallow, soap,oil. No.40,sUtioi.c- (NEXT rooa TO TUB posT-orrict.)

: 1' S ., C Juke ntU., May 10, house, and out houses, a cottun Gin and Gin house, I to. 11 is general acquaintance in this State These are the only Permanently Safe july T. MCMILLAN. ry. No.41, fire.wood. on hand a splendad assortment of:

'I all of which together with the premises will be and others, render it unnecessary to append ro LIGHTENING RODS Georgia Millitary Institute ClIARLES1'0\VNlIASS.\CIltSE'rTg. HAS and JSVSJJM of this

I't ; Cariagc' Harness; Depository, sold reasonable.Also !crencII. BENJAMIN HOPKINS, invented. I\o.I,white-oak plank tOck logs. No.3, white- and fashions unique, such M
two small traction the south end of the Jacksonville, Sept 22tb, 1855tf.WANTED. yet is and not to oak promiscuous timber. No, -I, white-oak keel styles CILtL
TilE insulation perfect, subject VEST
( : _' AT THE WHITE HOUSE, of ADd the lfIj pieces and rudder stocks. No. 6 GOLD GUARDS, FOB "l
:A ..., Island, one two hundred other fifty impair as in the ca e of tb'.0 of ordinary coiutrne- yellow-pine EAR-RINGS, FINGER.R1XOS,
_' South-West Corner of stock No. 7
acres containing a luxurant growth of LUe Oak. struction. The article speaks for itself, and those flank logs yvllow.pioe baaum. No. BREAST-PINS,4e, .
I "f MEETING Mid WESTWORTH STREETS, Also, a tact containing hundred and thirty MAHJt1"flGEO., pine. No. II, ash, cypress, white-oak Pa"
of their Jo1
: or Two Hundred Negroes to work on the interested in the recur ty houses will sotii which will be offerea at the
; S. C. acres, adjoining the Seaton tract on the St.Mary's ONE Academic is divided boards. No. 12. black walnut cherry, uiahoginy all of
"r 4 f"1. Rail-Rood, for whom the highest ,
at the lowesdg No. II. white-ask
CARRIAGES maple. and
Rvcr. oars hickory
f J. deripto Apply tDJOliN wage. will be paid. Apply to of Jabksonville, Fla. or Mr. WALTER KIPP two sessions of five months each. The 4o., r.pairiid 5414
prices always on band, D aric. sold exccp M. PONS, Agtnt. cant JUSEPH FINIQAN. Jacksonville.. our sole Agent for tho erection of these rods in Tenth Session commence on the 20th of February ban. No. 16, block spruce. No.20, composition gPWATCIIE.O with his parionce for time last t11017
each as can be'.rt in the term, by Jacksonville, May 12. 1655-tf "'' A.:H COLE: Orange Mills.. East next, and ends on the 19tb of .1 and copper nails. No. 21. iron. No. 22, spike, Mr. WATCJWAKttlets ] hL
or July.
M a practical
1 1 'wridiL.DWYEI nails. No 23 lead sine tin. No 25 .
hardware.No. -
s r- jab8 ).I.NATJAN. ENCL18II ANI CI.AtIJICAI4SCHOOL. .2-tf 4 AUGHINBAUGH.J3TCAUTION The Cadets are divided into four College CLiasci 27, paicU oils, AcNo..23, flux,canvas No. hfmwir that be U ful'y wwp tent topv.e
-No one it authorized to use The Annual Commencement tn.ke.l'lace on satisfaction to those who desire l tO SM' Jwatch.
Rare Chance Offered Ira
A i t a PERSONS \ TO MAKE our patterns in East Florida, but our aim named Wednesday beloro the 20th of July. 29, cotton canvass. No 30, flax and cotton twine 4e, repaired in a workmanlike
TIn: "O'lertiifrm-d' would rc6jcclfulljr in do why calling on the subscriber Agent. fmli3-ly) D. It A. ACKDr.MIC STAFF. No. 31, glass. No. 32, leather- No. 33, hose. No. having good watches wbic.b
Blacksmith and tbeir notes and accounts whichare brushes. No. 35 AH person ,ut O(
Wheelwright. and 34. and
the citizens of Jacksonville and paying up Col. A. V. BRUMBY A. \. bunting dry goods diY-not perform well, and are "!
due to Samuel Blackwuud. If they are not Rich Cameo No. 37 in. No. S3 ever, W'
b surrounding community, that Le will his pitch tar rc tallow, soap, oil. call w Mr.GroM
do well to
---Ah rpnE tubecriber offers foreale, his shops and School for tbe Instruction cf youth in all re-open the brunches paid by the next return day they will be put in AND MOSNIC JEWELRY. Superintendent and Prof of Mathematicsand No.'39, ship chandlery No. 40, stationary. 2ie order will"no cure to pay"
i. Lot 105 feet square, conveniency situated to suit. Settle to JNO. W. PRICE. Natural Philosophy. No.41, fire-wood. -
of thorough English and Classical education
a THE subscriber having just returned from Mr.0. MMtoWB IfrfitaVrder
.the dep.t putt business generally Can b parehaced first day of January next _May 10. 185G-lm Attorney. Capt. TIIOS. R. McCONNELL BROOKLYN NEW the eitiXU'1 of t place
with or without tools, good on Tuesday, Thankful ,: New York with a large and beautiful variety Commandant of Cadets, and Prof or Eugineoning.31r Y2RIC.No.1 hU sincere thanks to bithG
O for the very liberal patronage bestowed on his of white-oak plank logs. No. 2 wbito-oafc and iU vicinity Or the liberal palrooag
P 8. e* hand 1 Buggy waggon. 1 Cart, Fans at Reduced Prices. V. II. MANGET, that M. "
Hurts during the short time be has been engaged Silver-Ware & plank. No. 3, white-ouk promiscuous timber. No. bestowed on him, aol be hopes rfniination.
Pair wW.ls also
.44 complete, a lo of wagon Jewelry Fancy Prof.of French and History. l '
as a teacher in this community he hopes by strict tritE Subscriber baa now on band a beautiful 4, white oak keel piete and rudder stock i.Yo. (o please ho will want a e ? |R111|
-V made
work El" for,Tanners.A %.uat.oreal attention to businoe and the exertion of every effort Jl variety Fashionable FANS which he U Goods, Mr. W.II. HUNT. A. M., yellow-pine plank stock los; Ro.7,y ellowpiuobeams. their confidence and patronage. July. -
litl. Timbr rettn, fur the moral and intellectual advancement of selling at Reduced Prices. Prof of Chemistry and English Literature.
yellow-pine and
all .bib b be.ghzvery ", ad see. to merit continuance of the U 17th. 1856. CEO. FLAGG.FHOS'l' respectfully l\Jr. J. B. GOOUWIN.I "Erfalisliraent.
his pupils a Reference :
May JAS. A. FARMER same. ly his stock comprising as it docs, some of the No 9, white-pine mast timber. No. 10. white pin and Renovating ,
is made with the utmost confidence to thoce richest and most fashionable styles of CameoMosaic Professor of Drawing. No. 1 1.ash, cypress, white-oak board*. No. 12, Dying

NOTICE whose patronage he has hitherto enjoyed and be & BOULTER, Lava and Scroll Jewelry in great variety. I Capt. R. 8. CAMP, black walnut, cherry mahogany. No. 13, locust .

: : _'A .rLCATION b to his Hoaor the hopes to bo able, during the next year to establish General Commission Merchants Also Silver-Ware and Fancy Goods, suitable for Atsls't Professor of Mathematics. No. 14, wbite-a oars and hickory bars. No.-15.wh'teoak 73 York streal mr af the Coast flO"iSAA.NN..tUr0'

J\. Ja 0 Court for the Eastern on a firm and permanent basis, a school, that holiday undotber present,Which will be sold cheap A. CONNELL, M. IL,'Stirgion.? staves and holding. No. 16, 'black

.Circuit 1'10a after the utual time of notice wilt, in point thorough Instruction and discipline, lot ate Street,Boston, Mats., for cash. InavI7-tf] OEO. FLAGO. I The Institution is under the direction and management spruie. No. lignunivitw. No.20, composition 1832.1'
according for permission teach certain U second to none in tho State t and is the object pay strict and prompt attention to sale t>f a Board of Trustees in'conjunction and copper nailg. No* 21, irou. No. 22, spikes, (Et to stlosa
I 4.f 1aM.situated in 5ats \and SI.Jow Counties, U to wake the school a periuiuieut vue' he respectfully WILL LUMBER TIMBER. COTTON and Notice, Withdrawal' or Laud' la Florida with a Board of Vuilori appointed by the Governor nails. No 23, lead zinc,tin. 'No. 24, 'pig; iron.- milE SCDSC.IBER greatful: wq&4

belonging U the Estate o Peter JI deceased, 'ask the aid and co-operation of those interested t her Southern Produce. and Alabama of tho S ate. No. 25, bardsraro. No.27, paint, oil; cc. No. 29, ,.3. and friends fur lbercontiu5eJf"C1e5I1 '

4 : 4? fur ae bse of hi*heirs a t : estate. in the cause of education in effecting so desirable I oct 7-tf OLIVER FROST. By an act of the Legislature, the Institute has flax convM. No. 29, cotton canvas..No. 30, flax ,that ha u now prepared to SI4', 1*,

j -***"ylo JOUK FOKSi an object and benefit to the community. ROYAL BOULTER. been furnished with' 140 Cadet Muskets and AccOutnenenta and cotton twine. Nu. 31glasa. No. 32, leathar colors! on Silk and Woolen. DresCi
.dl i ..aklrie, April .0. 66. Administrator.Fraser Regularity attendance being essentially Jacksonville Bricks Yard. and A Field Battery, consisting of ,.No. 33, boce. N Lj .:- necessary to the proper advancement t>f the pupil : pursuance of the act entitled "An act granting fcur six-pvundar brass pieces and two twelve- and dry good*. No 37,pitch, tar, rosin. No. 33, favor him with their bIc1bUd"

: .. & Thompson, In his studies, no deduction will be made for lust 'undenlgned U now making very super IK public lands, In alternate sections, to thoStates pt.nnJer llowitxen. tallow,soap, oik No.39, ship-chandlery. No.40tUtionery. Crape Shawls cleaned and.enlor JhI.W1

i p. FACTOIWJIND time except in cases of protracted illness. TilE article of Brick at the Yard near the of Florida and Alabama to aid in the con- The Superintendent and Commandant are graduate No. 41, firewood.PHILADELPHIA best manner, or dyed any bIicb

,, COMMISSION :MERCHANTS Tb. school will be continued'In the same building Brick Church which he will sell at the following struction of certain railroads in said Stated, ap- of West Point and a* the Institute is upon FENN8YLVATIL. quired. Ladies' Rc-nnets fjoptla,, atyle

I, ',. (Mr.Swart's s school-room)--orpniitd, Biggs 1 prices proved 17th Hay 1856 all the Is.ah lying within6flaan the West Point plan the public may be assured NoI, white-oak plank stock JoDi'SO"I, pressed- in the moot CtOanCd.d31111' 51'!'
; ,4dCeIs.jv VrtA Co. Foundry. FIRST QCALITT'9 00 thousand miles on each side of the following railroad that its d lclpUno'and of white-oak Gentlemen's.ted. garments s1w'
: per government coarse plank. No.3. 'white-oak protnisoous In lime
JJhar. Terma-Foar, six, and ten dollars be -rqai,--,
,Cta. : per quarter. SEcOND .. .' .' '.700" M and branch named, in said act to"wit s- studies will be itrictly enforced. timber. No. 6, yellow-pina! plank stock loz<- No. as may *mtroasaodfricwU.

yirV ..? JUL'. TEONO5 t;tf Tuition payable monthly.W TRiaD -BOO" f' From St> John's river at. Jacksonville, to the TERMS., 7," yellow-pine beams No. B, yellow-pine Jua t style which has genttnily. ; .. I

": : SHERIFFS SALE.,* Jacksonville. Deo.,22d. 1855. .T. CAKE. AYEL BIICO, .' 10 00 ", "' waters Eeeainbia bay, near PcnsacoU; front Tuition, Board \V.hinC, Fuel,,Lights*nira of and spar timber. No. 10, white pine. No: 11, When percelsreSCilt b' RAfl5Q4Of I'St'

; """""" lie will charge for delivery in town and when Amelia Island, oo the Atlantic, to the water of Musicians, and all other contingent expense, per ash, ,cypress white-oak board: No. 12, black boaU word saould be asnt.im by lttDt

.WTILb.014bfr'1-tClr'House dot, NOTICU. ; within the Plank road, one dollar per thousand Tampa boy, with a branch to Cedar Key, oo the MMiIoD. at&\e uvnUu, in adrance,.$112.SO. ** walnut,'cherry, mahogany Ko. 13,locust. New the PosU)0ce, ,so that ho ma; bsN

r I te the on the ALL persons hiving any claims er demands and one dollar and fifty cents per thousand for a Gulf of Mexico (except the TlUllpa bAl portion furgeon'i fee, per annum, '5. 20.white-tub oars and hickory bars. No. 18, Itgnntnvltte. for themAH 'Order*-from Jaeboavilts.flaIcan tlths
I Monday July MK*, "Jacksonville and mlt the Estate of Redden J.Tutcn, late greater distance.- 'The Brick are made of excellent south of iU junction with the Cedar Key branch;) Persons desiring further reformation eta obtaina '}o. coinpojiUtoa A and.copper-naila. hi band dila to Mrf U'-" '

Ie. AHkgalor PUok oatgetsr wits its Toll of Dnval county'deceased are required to present I material, are dried under cover, and are and from Pencaoda, Florida to Montgomery, Alabama copy of the Regulations' by .addressing' the No 21, iron No 22, spike nails. No.2J,lead, Adams street,third*oa **?!}pfti Q'i

:t \I>jfcMMC&ZI4land1..p.-1oNI' pririledgee beiooMgto them propcrljr authenticated according to law, heavier awl of better quality than any that are have instructions (rum UM office, been Superintendent, 'ANIJtE'UANSELL. i iVtIO. sine; tin. No.25. hardware-. No.27rpamUroiIs, Julygl-ly .JJLE AND .
aald Road, lerUd DpoD.atW1'.. within_two from the date suspended from uJ., sail location, until further No.29 cotton .\.
years hereof, or this being Imported., ?. -1' 15, 1Bss.:3m Secretary. 4..: No.28. Sax eanvna. ,i..NtITfWi *'
.a,la'favor.of JIcJU BNvsrdageritof the notice will be in bar of left with ). tTimanus orden. No. S* i *
plead the payment the root. :l r AU order .ura..Hartrjdge No. 30, flax and cotton twiae. 31-glaMi .
JackTMirUle and A i* torPlank Road Couapany." And all Indebted said wUl be Given under my'hand, at the General Land of- 9 LANIJWAICICANTS.'PUE JJo.33 and W : snsa*
poisons Estate are requested who are my Agenu, promptly UNDERSIGNED will CASH 2;3eleather. N.33. hOllt.: : bunttotf! ss
: BOWDEN for
? I CRIAH ; to make Immediate payment "' attended: Be* at Washington,this twenty-third day of May 1 LAND \V A1tRR. NTS. pay dry goodiNo.. 37. pitch, tar rosin. ..Nq Sheriff Dnval County. 1856. THOS.'ArilENDRICKS, hay lO-tsj
)MARTHA. TUTEN, JOS. LACOVP.SE.JMhoaIU. oil. Ko. 39, ship chandlery.
c Jickih1I., M.y :31, 1650. April 20,1550-Sw AdolaistratrUr ., April 26. April 7-4V CoaailrieDtr.Q \ u g<-tf JKO. M. I'ONCl. ,


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