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The Florida news
Uniform Title:
Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
George C. Powers & Co.
Creation Date:
August 30, 1856
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


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

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News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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---- land in alternate sections or parts of section POLITICAL.. kT. Because, in addition to its other ale se q uesces. The moral consequences day: And pray, sir, who lirea there now ?" | "TJhe Chinese Sugar Cue,

'BY AUTHORITY. !, as shall be equal to such lands as torrcnce principles and practices, the I be summoned up in a single line. Ihe 'I do, sir" i ikThcn The Chinese Sugar Cane has com to W

: the United States shall have sold,or otberv JACKSONVILLE, AUGUST 3.01 1556. lfto '"notl J1g party has deliberately i incorporated -I destruction( of the world's last hope." pardon me, and accept a piece of the ordinary name for tbe "Sorgho Sucre,'* I.

U\YSOFTUEJISITED STATES. i ilie npprupriated, or to which the right into its constitution,and is nonsystematically i advice; come out of i ia yourself, or you'll. a most valuable plant ofthe sugar cane order .

of pre- mption has attached &3 aforesaid ; TIlE CAMPAIGN FLORIDA XEWS. and zealously endeavoring MISCELLANY soon be buried in the ruins o( it," j and therefore aied< to the maizo or- L I

[Public 38.1 which lands. (thus selected l in lieu of those to carry into effect, the corrupting and Indian corn, but more nearly to the broom, i. P. t

,- ACT toef tabhth two additional land sold, and to ulucb. pre-emption rights bavc To a liagl iwbioriber SLOG alarming purpose of subjugating the judiciary A WILD FOR A SIXPENCE.A At Belfast, Maine, there was recently com. :Its cultivation ha* commenced '' i

m the lerritory of Minnesota.if attached) as nfureftaid together with the To a Ctuki'C 3, AJ.lnss, lame P. 0. 200 toparty influence and control-an beautiful heiress had become so disgusted held a church meeting, when one of the amongst us, and there ia now 1 ia W uhington -. I'

Jje enacted by the Senate a7\lllolUe t ttf sections, and part of sections, designated IL 5, U 3 00i enormity so transcenda&t ia principle,' andso with a Mattering set of sofl-pated f members zho had not spoken for many more than an acre of it grovhjg Imurk I
ofthe L'71iz.ecJ State cf) u t, M M ---500. in and years on such occasions, rose, and to the cWi '
ortwtatites by. even numbers, as aforesaid and appropriated dangerous practice-a profligacy haired mustache-ripped strongly antly and promising ayieU ot' en.bll '
pomatum ,
.4lAtriC'al1 in COII-rt'lI assembled, That 111I'I as aforesaid.) shall be held by the u. u 10, 1& ---700 a perfidy so stupendous that BO true whig perfumed suitors for her Land; that sho surprise cf all weui oa to say that 03 was upwards of a hundred buahek of seed, b.- ,f
of: the Territory of M Order must be accompanied vith- tFacnep. ta the of the eatab- I moved to. confess himself a> very great sinner rich I
and of ate &
1Ith&tpLiun said State for the use purpose nre- preservation shut herself from the fashionable world, sides many tons a# f&Uge,
JIIOu 11 hich ..v! uorth ol the hue dwidingfortvtne said : Prorided That the lands to be so lishcd securities oflife,liberty, and proper turned aU her property into money depov- I, and so great did his sins appear, thatho with saccharine fluid and *o$& Suoa mK I
We tender the Florida Yew much feared the brethren would
oWDbt1I$ and forty-six, north located shall in no case be further than Ccmpdign ty. can fail to stamp atTrith utter nJ.d ited it all in banks donned a cheap wardrobe I very trial for horses. neat cattle, ft&4 swine .
t eat of tbe Mississippi river, I j to active Democrats and political commiu, condemnation. not be willing to.forgive him } but he hoped in ajo4 widely
Xot here but
rfae rase line filieen miles from tho linlt of said roads, vengeful on a mask, and went pedestrian-t only ta>WttS
line, to tees, who think that its circulation will be ** put they would, and he would try to lead a t ,
*>**t township Becanse tfce kr&t.nolhing the Union Ku tt'ul
and north otVu 1 and selected fjr and on account of each ofsaid party like, through the city in which he bad hitherto -} distant parts of been
UwAer by the CommisLcr useful in the present contest. with its delusive but odious principles better life in time to come. Wbereupcn i it. and with gratifying
E1ttrLiDel roads : ProfidtdartKr, That tbe moved with so much display and mag-I made cf unifcndy p
of the General Land O ice, west of Lands hereby granted shall be exclusively policy and practices, is the greatest obstacle nificeace. She asked alms of those who of l one of his neighbors rose and said lie fet results. \Y0 have read % letter from a.

ntf river extending dunce west, tu tkeMirtouri I applied ia the construction of that road Tbe Keystones Favorite Sou. in the way of recognizing the whig par I late had knelt at her feet and sued for I it to be his duty and privilege to testify to farmer in Illinois wh .has tested it* dutrao-
all Mr. Simmons about
had said
river, be. and the same l* hcr by, for aud on account d'hh h said lands arc ur'JS flur&ut Union." tand, to prostrate that obstacre and crush I her b iW., They knew her not, and sasticg being so- ter, and reports out in the most favorable
sinner bEvcr since I have kn'him
and -hall constitute two ad-1! out that secret organization is great a : Oat of a gallon of the liquid
divided into hereby granted, and shaU be d.ipuscd of pernicious a look of scorn upon her veiled face and manner.
he has been th scoundrel in
itiwud l lanJ districts, to wit: All thatpor-, ouly' as the work progresses &u4 the same Oa bright is our 1annerwhieh coats on the air, enjoined upon the true whigs by patriotic course wardrobe, bade her -begone !"- will* biggest sap in the stem which he expressed .by,th.
this ad I relate
of the line dividing raageftllUtmi other whatsuver considerations of duty to themselves a.d town, just only one primitive contrivance of a rolling pin h.
east fcha'.l W applied to no purpose That tanner taboldljr unfurled ; She entered the country-here she met of his and of. all there
nineteen west of the fourth I That to the country. t acts you may judge obtained: by boiling a quart of .molasaes.
: AWl Presided further, any Aui the principle floating in majost there, derision and scorn. A few kind hearted that into
shall constitute a LindStfrieTto I "9. Because even if whigs are to be t by one. My sheep gc4 with little impurity and of approvedtaste.
Jncipal meridian reserved the
to very
and all lands heretofore Are the beacon and hope of the world. people it is true bestowed aid j but these I his lot the other day and he cornered them
calld the northeast laud brought under the lon"mation ot a control- The usual proportions .of kugac to
be Uuited States by act of Congress or of the class who had bard
; ; any tiaco Lbs loud were poorer all
have floated aloft :, cut the of hind and
Tbey p up, gambril one leg .
Aftrict; aad all that portion west of the I in any other manner by competent authority sound ing power it is far safer to trust to the work to procure their daily bread; but I stack the other through it of one- of lap li. between fifteen an4, twwUj 'percent ,

Ue dnidii'g said rage eighUen and t for the purpose of aiding in any object mngnaniniity: of an open enemy than to the they could not turn a fellow creature hun j jgry the whole flock and every the chrys.talU.zaUp aag r ?a caiDg
I\dill'tonalj the Iii. of nation begun ; now you may I.
| Teii or ; of secret I with the decrease cf the htUvul. .Besides
rinetccn hall constitute an of intend improvement, or for any other professions a organization, pretending from their door. and thre&re gave a' .
nd district. in Ba.d Territory tQ be called j jtbnorthircslcrolaad purpose whatsoever, be. and the sameire I And they thrill through brave hearts that now friendship, while only des ri'1g to small pittance from!their scanty store. ',. you but please tell about I forgiving will." such a roan ; I. this proportion cf sugar there ia an amount

district-the locaIkn i. hereby, reserved to the United States crnstf; around subject' m to subserviency nut& we shall One summer's day a large company met you never I: perhaps five to eight per cent., of anchrystallizable -. ,

ftSccs of hieh bhall biisted eii- of this The Kc e'favorite soa.TLjit pursue the subject to-morrow." Eeach. from i sap from which a very
i of tbe from the operation act, except so on- They were mostly KIInllo, stranger you appear to be travelling I
1'n-e.dcnt ofthe United States | locate The from .I I: agreeable beverage can be made,and alcohol) ,
by tie far as it t1t.e found necessary to the city. disguised Leil'l"ssJ some ? -
banner of li;Ut it the bacjx wo bve- The LXemucratlc Party. j.
Ind Jiall t by him irom time to time Le'| the routes of said raU-rwJi through such the of the brave and the free 1'T'n cause or other, had wandered therc. She I "Yes, I always travel when on a journey. distilled more- cheaply than bj any other
'Ti flag The Louisville Democrat in able & This to if let
the interests may seem of an of termed '* method. sap, strange say,
tlnngwL I'uhlic reserved Ln:s. in which case the right asked alms one or two "upper .
i i the pare as the breezes of Heaven obore- tide on the democracy tf the Union 1'-1 They but I with the oxide of tin will dye silk ,of,
i: way only shall be granted, subject to tens. spoke tauntingly gave fcl think T have seen yon somewhere.
MsI.U2rcJ? J be 't further tnt d. That !I,: approval of the president of the UuittdI 'TU the standard of Democracy the following truthful remarks: nothing. What they said had been heard Very like, I have often been there bcatiful pink. I. t
and !he is hereby,$utlaOF4Zta It was waved when cloud lt.irere the President i I States, Whilst the contest rages between North by quite a number company 'And pray what might your name be ? .
,Wne, r i.> judjuii-nt the publicbUereittltalliequin i SEC. 2. Aad be it further e2. clt l. That fight- and South all is harmony and co-operation Most of them laLub.l l : or looked as if they "It might be Sam Patch ; but isn't by a sceins to overtop all that we now possess

-. t appoint, by and i the sections and juris of section of land When triumphs of g'.orjr were won ; I in the democratic party from Maine to Cal thought, 'served her right.** The beggar loTig[ side." furnishing fair soils t1renU"- Ye ton* ,

with the advice and consent <,f the Senate, j which, by said grant, shall remain to the And: it own for its champion that statesman of ifornia. There is no quarrel between democrats woman turned about,and was walking sadly I Have you been long in these pasta?" I per acre of excellent fonder everr bit Thaseeda of'

or durms the recc: thew-f and uut the United States within six miles cm each side might- North and South but tho most cor- away, when a good looking gentleman I "Xever,any longer than at present_five which is greedily eaten by Animals.

end ofthe next session of Congress :fter i of said roads, shall not be sold fur less The He;.stone's favorite sonkII d'al: concert. When the platform was presented I stepped forward, and catching hold of her i I feet nine. too this, by which and the plant is"propagate the
ed-j unlike to an-
such a niter and a txcciver : than doubt the minimum price of the public involving the great sectional! question -[I arm. thus spoke :: j "Do you get anything new 'lYe5 *' superior

arlintn.clt of the tiitrit hereby |I buds \\hen told, nor shall any of the said U came u enshinod on our hi'tcry's fair page, I the democracy of Massachusetts zaidunanamonsljr j 'Stay, my goo J woman-tell me what I! I bought new wh<|stone this gar cane o{ Louisiana, which, is ,raised br I\
Sf"t required In language that never can die; ." cuttings-are fit for homaA food; at *
sUll rcfpcciivily the of !
who i Unds become &ul'jct to privaie entry un- Ac : and democracy you'ant. j morning.1: ,
of their ollice LavetU I Anl Lia will live thougUout evarv age, She in low tone tIwant '' I events, when ground and mad? up into r. j til the t-ante have been first offered at l.bllio memory South Carolina responded nnanamously.Ae. replied a trembling j 1 though so ; ycn'ro the sharpest blade cakea the of liase. d cakes
atue powerrapmis: LilitiM. and i sale! at the! increased price. Ai bright as the stars in the ek,. Side by sidj. the democratic party a sixpence-only a sixpence." I've[ seen on this read." after manner material fur ,

tmolanit-iits.. md l Usul JL-ct to the'fmC :)c. 3. And be further enacted, That nit glory is known from the cast to the we't- of"those two antagonistic States stand asheir "You shall have ten times that sum.- I they supply a good fattening ,.
stock. The brush from which these
and II'1 :lit... which arc or may be i the said lands: hereby granted to the aid \Thcroverour freedom bus run f fathtrs did in 7C. In every Stateof Here"[ he added, drawing from his pocket I A.v amusing instance cf Hibernian or top. .
is without its'Ienice. .
seeds not
wewiU'd ee bv in relation to other State shall be PU'ject' to the disposal of And millions now hail him the noblest and best, this Union there is a powerful denv*>rat- an eagle and placing: i it in the gloved hand is afforded by the following little are taken .
for the i cf broom
\ : States. the legislature thereof for the purpose The Keystone's fivorite on. ic party-not a faction with a presidential of the woman ktake this and if h is not story, told us by a friend, in whose words plant a species corn,

lldofCoftbe'nte.1 er enacted, That aforesaid and no other and the said railroads candidate only but a part-. It is doing enough I will give you another." tCgi're it: and therefore its top, when deprived of

the rrenidiiitt is authorized. to cause the shall, be. and remain; public highways, Lib 1 e oak of the forest when storou have passdky its whole duty under the responsibility cf The heiress returned tie eagle, exclaiming I Molly our housemaid, is a model one, seed; answer well wherewith, to; manufacture .,
the seed
)wblioUndsin taid; Ji.tricu. with the ex- f jv the use of the government of the United a patriotic: party. Its nominees are in the "I want fcixjnce, sir-only a six- who handles the broomstick like a sceptre, and: brooms. taken sap top, thcrushed -
leaves are leaving ftnly
m.tK.noffiach. a' lia'e been or may beir I States free from toll or other charge Or the rock on the billowy shore- field for every State office in every congressional penca !" and who has an abhorrence of dirt and a it still, has 'ecoaomiovalaei

ervd for uther puijxjst-s to ale, m the I the! Iran-portat5 .f any pi-of-erty He towws alone, no companion; is nigh, ; and legislative di-trict. It docs Seeing that she could not be male to sympathy for soap suds, that amoonU ta a.passion. '\em. he an

Limp manner and uun the tame terms upon or troops of the Un.ted States._ Ills giant cottpcers *re no more. not abandon its duty to the State authorities -!! take the coin: the gentleman drew forth a She is a busy bustling, busy. rosycheckld .! paMr. ;- can. m nf.qnit. lt'"O;

ind conduwns ti other public bad ufthcj I SEC 4. ..11,1be it fin liter (Enacted That I Bat still like the oak, he can bravo every blast, nor hand over Congress to the controlof I sixpence and gave it to the strange being : bright-eyed blundering Hibernian This addUioa ta our. Tegd&blt\
State State will abolitionists. Fanatics and traitors find, beside him, who, after thanking the generous j who hovers about our bookshelves makes yaViubte
Vnitcd the lands hereby granted to the said nd the Ship of State safely run j propnctions is originally a native of China,
Sac. 4. Jo< it further cnated, That ) shall be disposed of by said State only in I With the flag COSSTITCTIOS nailed op to hornet, everywhere, that they ffiU't encounter this donor, walked slowly away. After j war upon our Iqve papers, and goes I but Las been sedulously cultivated for;
augmented of I Iwridjn. It is the -!l1Jeing laughed at for so doing by his com- i! about thirstily; for new worlds to conquer
the fct. : rte i that democratic pirty. opponent
fit that ii to a I same
fUl.CT manner following ; say, .ind her pilot! oar favorite tot several in Southeastern Caffraria,
parallel, tubill ind i iMtuia of land exceeding liuud of tho \vhole batch of Urns. ant hasthe [ rades. hc set out ia r.ursuit of the beggar in the shape of undasted and unrighted | years
: quantity not (ae ----- whence it passed into France and Algeria
'hues hi th.c thttricts hereby u&- j red &nl: twenty GeclioiM fur each of said I 1caona why %Vutc hhuulJ kuin>art 11 uchanau I i honor to be hated by them all," woman, saying ; perhaps she is an heiress -I corners. | in which last country it comes to great -
of thousand: k;, i and Urectinrige.AVe I or an angel in disguise I mean to U0ne day SilO entered our library in a i I
sum t'Il and included within continuous calculate
rnads. a n5-1 perfection. It wouI4 he hard to
t T' Prom Pcnaacola Democrat.Still certain. confuted and uncertain( manner, quite dif-I
the same is horvby. l'l1rite. miles .f cak.h of said find in recent llunberoft11e Louisville
: uf ( a value. It constitutes
& Ungth twinty its vgy f rm on
ISiG.irtliic43.j. They Come. Not tlathe thought this, but that l.e fcrcct from her usual bustling way. She !
Aj-provcd Juh 6. I rt>a-ls, may be: sold ; and when the governor Courkr an able and patriotic articlein I Mr Editor: Permit me to inform' the I wished to show las inTifil-rcncc, to what I. stood at the door with a letter between which it is grown iu o\n ?ugar- camp

I of said State shali certify to the Secretary explanatoj: and defence of the position I public: through- your columns, that, I his comrades raid, besides satisfying himself her thumb and finger which she held at I orchard,wimjry. ar granary 43 ,$U Aa
of the Interior that :continuous twentytiulesof stock-Jaruv .d : in the American I' the female! hc had ad Jed. j' arm's length as if she had a gunpowder fr
called about t
AXC1 stueu'l an act cntstlc'l "An act either of paid roads is completed, which it fttli called upon to assume am not a supporter of the so strange '. b deemed a sort of teget- .
do I overtook htr. and addressed her plot in her In &nswe? to oqr inquiries t DAJ ?
the the follow1 1 Know Nothing -neither lIe soon grasp.
stablh a c 'iirt tor invct'galion4irciam coi.t.'st.Ve extract 01 party '
tu of land
another like herebygranted constitaen .r
then quantity: present sUe sheep ; acd 1 of ;
I every pa;
.1l.hitS she answered ::
States ticket. thus "Pardon nadm for pursuing as ta h--r ,
United their ; aje ,
the intend
apiiruMd t') vote t
: hundred and in .
not vicee-lmg one ing reason n hy whigs who are sincere j about -\n' it honor I'm a girt which valuable. .
Ft.bruair. twentyruurthjcigliteenLundrcdand II Yours ti f ft:t\-Ii n:. I twenty sections for time such time road until, may sid be their devotion to their country should take Yard, August 7, I&iG.Ma. t' the speaker, ceased ths mask dropped and haa't much Urn\n'. and ye sec, pbse I

Et i a tnacled b;/ like Senate ond House feoM ;and so. from and to if said ruaJi aie I!I their stand in their country's cause side LyI j I from the face of the female, and the I yet honor. Pacidy O'nemy. and tie tctther "Something to Smlte Upon." I

United Safes of4ierica road- ate> mpl.ted ; democratic in EDITOR > I beautiful heiress was portrayed before the I than him, doei-n't brathe in onld Ireland, New York in article .
efKeprertHlatircjthe I|. not completed u iiUin ten )'t'ar110 further I I fide with the party support I II wriua' of letther love The Post aa npon
mentioned astouUhed i has been me a -a
been genU
; inCou;? rixs a&eintcd.! That any Kales' halt b;' made, and the lands unsold of James Utichaiian and John C. Bicckinridge. Whereas our names have .4aantThat the 'JW' honor an' an' the consumption of food in that metropolis -. :
of the OiUfl of ciaims.lutWuv'J t without authority, by nvmy of the so- they were afterwards married Ictther, plase ; -
tuuftlieju.Ig'ly the act to which thU is &niroendment. t hhall revert to the Unite.I: : States enacted That I 1 he extract says : C'.1l1edmcrican Party (Know Nothings.) reader has imagined, for the heiress u'cdi I i "We gnes=ed at her embarrassment and has the following\ illusion {o th? hotels -, I I""f', :

I SEc,5. Awl be further announced the motives and of husband offered to relieve! it by reading, the letter '
:appioxed the twenty fnurlh "Having thus of this place, as members cf their party i this means procuring a worthy I I :
hall be
dij oTFebruary, \':.j;btit-n hundred and fifrfiTe j the United paid States rail-road mail under* the tran direction port- I ohjccts of our course, we shall next proceed ''i with a view to add strength to their cnp-' and the generous gentleman bad long been I''i to }Ier. Still .he h\ ita.te"hlte she twisted -. "T/he/ character and exenof the provisions

t shall cou>iuutr a quorum- and may 1 fd over Office at such I to state the reasons conducing to it ; but ;| pled! organization, we deem il a duty tu looking for "an angel in disguise." a bit of raw cotton in her fingers. consumed at the more luxurious of/ I II
,,,01 the Post Department such that shall require -! The hushaivl i is often heard to II "Sure," bIle resumed'an'that's Jst whatI I
VJd t court f"'r tin-1raniavkion of !ll.ill.t1 1 1 law dirt-cl: Pro- these reasons are we ;, make it clearly understood that we positively happy say I these may judged from following ex?
and the court may vip| .int cuunii&sioneis price a. That Comlgressnny until such by is fixed bylaw I in their statement wiJ discussion: a >! deny ever having affiliated with lha$ he gut an "heiress for a sixpence" want, but it i is not a gentleman like yer- hibit of the amount of food consumed in a,

to Ule tc.tiasotIn the wanner jirecril i I, vidtil General price shall havethe ooUunn in several Euccerdin; numbers of :' them and moreover, wish to make it i I, self that would le likin, to know ov the sa- single day at the St. Nicholas hotel:
the i\isttnater Courier for their illustration, We : that ha\e heretoforerzuhlicd A Good Story of John U uU. crcts between a?, and so (here she twist-
td in ilic Slid foci. I I the i known although we I t .
&'. i Awl It liftirthfr enacted, That"initaUunt ;,! SKC.power G. And to determine be it f HI ther the enacted same. That will simply indicate some of them to-ilay, I I under the Whig standard, which The coolness and imperturbability of cd the cotton quite nervously) jilt 'ill plase 520 100 Ibs tin Roasting Corned Beef" 4 bbs VEGETABLES.Potato, 1 I /.
it. that .
s4\cil< tliall bea]>poiitted by and the and resume them to-morrow. has been suffered to trail in the dust by John Bull is always u matter of comment, I yer honor, while yer rading so ye UOJlbs Veal 2 bbs Sew I.

the President bund with the a'lxice and a like grant to the tame all on,. icc's "We shall support ,Daclvanaa.! D.eckinril1e party disorganizes we are now adherentsto I'j as astonishment and sarcasm among the may not hear it }erself, if y'H jist putt.'iis 300113 Mutton 15 bubeia Peas. 1
it Miallie fame terms and conditions rc that Constitutional Party filUnJI| French. Although they have the ward bit nfcotttn in yer ears an' slOp up 12 Calves 8 dozen aiparagn, '
of the St-n.-itc. whose duty great
is hereby made to aid in constructinsf arailroad **1, Ucoause in the absence of the whig ed Democratic principles, and will give I sanfroid, which expresses this quality better I yet hearing an' thin the sacret illbe un- 2 Lambs, 2 bbls Spinach
aid the pirformancc4U ou .
to the solunor
: in Mobile to New I .
from the city td" 60 lbs Fresh Pork, boxes Tomato i
the efficient Bulls known to !
the democratic partis only to it.llffpcctfully. thau anything\ Mr. own voca- ye ;
duties mentioned in the maid act:1nJ party, our hearty support 30 Corned 15 dozen Lettoce
be made to the sevre- lbs ,
such ant to '
Orleans and
which heart to refuse her
pi mind We
of the
by Wl.d
ibtll take an oali 10 support the cunsUtu- I which said road shall national instrumentality Yours ic, buttery, yet ,it is a temperament ? 30 Iba Bacon, 1 bushel Carrot.
hun of the Uiutvd States anll dicbarjefcithfully al States through the alarming' policy of black republicanism. EDWARD M. UCNTER, which they cannot understand or appreciate. with the gravest faro possible complied 150 Ibs Ham, 2" Onion f I'
is their sjiectivc -
road within
the dutu-s of his office, and he pass, so far as said r and knownothingisn-citber bvinp; far \ DRF.l'onIUS.. Anecdotes served np with a piquancy with her request ; but often since, we have IDeefTouue.. 1 BeeU,

.h H receive of three th.u-and th eluadred ( l limits. more perilous to the peace and security _of "'or. B. ROBERSOX. and point which only a Frenchman laughed heartily as we have related the in- 100 pair Lamb Fries. 2 dozeD Partley,
a ulnry i! Approved August ii, 18iG democratic policJ'-can be 8G. how tu them continually cident." 12 dot. Sweet Breads 3 doseea Mint
; Jollar* TKTannum, and shall 1 hold the Union than U. S. Navy Yard August, Hth, knows to give are 4 dozen Radishes.

Ik office fur a-permd-<>f four years, unless I (Public-4&L: averted. t current. in u hich this national J insensibility A clergyman, in one cf hu sermons,ax- FOrLTKT. run. \ '
And "2. Kecause the success of Fremont A Merchant's View ofthe r.flsctsofaJMsolutiou is presented in every possible ridiculous 13kiyi. \ 6OThS'.hmnn, I .. '
sooner removed by the I'reMdeiit. I AX ACT to inoom&rate the Columbia claimed to his hearers: Eternity why 25 pair FowLs, '
be triumph of fect ionaliim. menacing of the Union, good as anything in its way is 3 dozen ihad I
the lolicitor of the, United States mention- in the City of would a } a'r.cct.11 don't know the of that word ? 75 pair Fowla, ,
Hill meaning young p
library ofC'npitu.h the An you ,
amend- the harmony of the Union ; and Mr. William A.. Crocker friend of Daniel the following, now current in Paris. I lOOlbaPaniUh
tdia the act to which this U an Wa.tlmton. Nor: I either, hardly. It is for ever and Uoesa. 200 lbs Lobsters I- .
l vould be triumph of the occasion i
Lent l\.all Lue p jwcr. and he is hereby )*s it evicted bg ths Seiiare and //OUMof success of Fillmore of and religion a menacing I Webster:an active whig, and one af the Englishman of a frightful was a passenger railroad upon accident. A ever, ;and five or six everlastings a-top cf 12 6 pair dozen Ducks Pigeons, 10 Iba fimo.pd 5almo\ 7

authorized,employ a deputy who 6h.11ftCtlfC Ute United States the bigotry race merchants in Massachusetts I that. You of figures 12 Ills Salt ilac'k.r.1.151b j
Representative of safeguards of our civil and religious most intelligent number of persons Were killed. The Vill- might place a row 10 d.z. Small Bird, Eeab.orsTimj. ,
a salary i ft\ro tbotl'md"c hundred !, iif A:nerica in Congress aesembltd. That I The one proposes to elevate the in a recent letter presents an admirable c d and wounded were collected by the remaining -: I from 'here to sunset, and cipher all up, and I

dollars per annum, and wh sc duty | James Adams, as president and Jacqueline liberty. social condition pf the blacks by sectionalism, The unhurt but excited passengers. I it wouldn't begin! to tell how many ages 2000 Eggs 5000 Serving '
and againts
I it thai] be to aid the said solicitor in the1t1i.iruzanec i: S, Pendk'tiuii. William II. Winter, JamesA. civil but dangerous scheme ; protest But the Englishman finding imselfuJ\nt: I long eternity is. Why my friends, after 100 Iba Butter. 1000 Frying' :I

of the duties mentioned in !I Tail and James McDermott, and their lion impracticable to degrade the civil and following is a pregnant passage i and the carriage in which he was millions and trillions of years had rolled 500 Pickled 1 I .

"dactiasutli i way us the said solicitor I fuccctisors duly elected or appointed in social the other condition proposes of large classes of whites. ';1 invoke the mannfauturer, the merchant jured seated, but slightly broken, retained his away in eternity, it would be a hundred 1OO0C ; .

tall direct.Stci. the manner hereinafter directed, be, and looks ultimately to the enfranchisement the ship owner, the mechanic-every scat with undisturbed i composure, in the thousand years to breakfast time," "To supply tables t of these hotels, as .

Awl b? further enacted. That they are hereby made, declared, und con; I The one of slaves the other to the man who has the smallest\ stake in the7 midst ofthe confusion which ensued the well as those of the more opulent ot the '

ti clerk bf the! Mid court dial!, and he is ,, fitituled a corporation or body politic. in and limitation; of the franchl- prosperity, the wealth, the happiness of the accident. Amid the debris of the brokencars There is a good story of an eccentric citizensz every quarter of the eontinoentis i I

)reby aathorui d.1 to disburse, under the j law and i in fact, t. have continuance forever abridgement freemen. The schemes of both are country-to consider how his interest and was found the fragments of a man, lady! of unfortunately acquisitive habits, laid under contribution. It is by no means
direction of the s*id ecwrt. the contingent I by the name style and title The Columbia ses the and security of the the welfare of those with whom his interests which. when put together, were supposedhave to the effect that she was on one occasion uncommon to see at the same table deli
fund _bicb111) iiereafter be appropriated Hill in tho city i perilous to peace bound would be affected by a affected charity sermon as to borrow W
Library Capitol I are up belonged to the servant cf the Eng so by a cious codfish and salmon (roh& extreme

from time to tion for the aw of the saideunrt of Washington," and by that name. st3 le I Union.'.3 Because support Fremont, the violent disruption or even a peaceably dis- lishman. One of the officers, jumping on a sovereign from; her and- north ; canvas back ducks and. terrapins.

: Proridul lie shall give bond in and title, fchall Lc hereafter fore\cr able : tional, candidate of the ot'th'lIuld olution of the Union of these States. It is the platform, thrust his head" through a put i it in her own pocket from; the_Chesepcak Bay!wild grouse from,

uch an amount and in such form and and capable in law and equity, to sue and :1 I common tq her the remark that the North Mr.Bull -- % V-,%. -
South and the\ and,addressed :
-jth such ISl'Cl1rl:r, as rfiall be approved 1w en yl .. ,.d An> imtilraded. JHiyier I i i treacherous*v MMV**** ** to- the** ; '' : A1i? p.3n'rr.Qf{ \ nlffie.t 1 *S<.' 1&a1h }:illil9..w- l the good reply. dons pudding which -master of the preserves the celebrated pajes'dcfiit: ..grot P

fronded/urt/ui.l'hat is account snail fended in any courts, or Cf> rU, or0"1Dcr1] the North and the SoutH wou t irsq be rememocre'cl thai a dissolution\ of the "Ah, oh \ fire I .nous are smashed !t" house, pushing the dish towards quin, of (Jtrasbnrg, "estphalia hams; truffle .
be settled\ by thr proper accounting officer places, and before any judge, or judges I no solitary advantage in either. with the formation of a Northern Tour or begged him to taste. A gentleman tad and other European delicacies, and there i 14scarcelya
what- _. oh I"!
rftbetreanury in the fame way as the ac- i justice justices, or other person 4. Because the prospects of Fillmore new comomauous.vr ? "Ah, kill JUS before helped himself to an immense celebrated wine in Europe which
i 1,__ republic would cause or ten persons are
tountt c.other agent of the within the District of Columbia or utterly i"- wealth 4n \ some eight said Quin lookingfirst here who receives hit
disbursing I uoever. in the northern States being Commerce is essential to National piece of it. "PrayU has not *Q agept .,
pert1Utllt .ri. no settled. And from andftr elsewhere in all manner of sons actions, less and helpless, the issue is consequently less than national grea tncss. The north ed." I" at the gentleman's plate and then at shipments"direct from the-i ta .**: '

the first day of April, one thousand complaints, pleas, causes matters, and demands -, narrowed to the result of a contest between is no not exporting region, and from its climate Ab, oh servant ;ia one | the dish, "which is the pudding 1" The Post gives an exhibit of the Dumbe

tiht l hundred and fifty-tbc, the salary of of whatever kind or nature they Buchanan and Fremont and. there ,soil and productions cannof be so to "And unfortunately" your I of beeves, much. cows: ; sheep ''00 lambs

the lid clerk shall be three thousand dot may be. &t full and effectual a manner as fore, to withhold support from Buchanan I uniformly' general extent. It is mainly of"them oh! scrvant-mine 3" l A Western writer, speaking of n new calves and hogs consumed in the yearr=-Aaj .,
and tLc of the aui-i other or persons, bodies politic in elfect whatever the design any that -\h, my of Gin- 1855 to April '1856- inculsive-amounting
per annum salary any person \in the South is. I frtyn the South and Southwest we "Yes ho is certainly dead ; he ia cut into play just written by a gentleman
tint clerk'baU be two thousaad dollarsannfttn. or corporate: may or can do to favor the chances of Fremont. whoexpects anvindebted for the immense carrying trade cinnati, says "Tho unities are admirably in the aggregate to-wit: 184,826 beeves

J1tr SEC. 2. And U further enacted That to be, aud certainly' might be, elec- navigation. It is m the six pieces" !J" observed-the dullness which commences 12,014 cows. 543,44 sheep' and 'amb5t .

\l'PfO\.ap August C, IS55. I all and singular tbe goods ch.iUe's soever, and ted by the northern States alone j 1. same\\'uicl1emp'o's States that our manufacturers find a -Ah uAnd. oh I come. to ask, my lorJ what maybe in the first act never flags for a moment 41,544 rerl, and 281,051 swine and remark, !"

other effects of what kind or nature "5. Because Fillmore having ungratefully I market fur their goads, and our importers until the curtain. drops., as follows: 1-
granted or deviued to which lifted him large of done V'"Ah. a in this.est herd were tc
tl'uMic4t.) heretofore given abandoned the whig party, inconsiderable proportion the piece on whicu .
A. 'ACT granting public lands is alternate the said libraryor to any person or have persons from obscurity to eminence and power, I l their orders no Now supposetli? Union dis- oh of! give trunk me may be found I" Sir Walter Scott in lending a hook one be placed seven' abreast and formed l w. :.:'
aid the use thereof, or that may "other distinctly anUg- 0' "n.min I tb.e Keys my cautioned him to be punctual bodylbey-wooldma.1 c thjA-
fur party friend
eetiojs to State of Mus'usippi, to or the and joined solved and tho Northern Slates iv< g day to a. compact .f
h the construction of railroad' in said been purchased, for or. on _account_A ,, .l. wlisio in organisation. prir.oplcs; an u atm e and the Southern and Southwestern in in returning i it.fcThis is really necessary ous procession of thirty-six mild ba ngthnid
--J -....t. ., I one republic, told oT nttem n
the said goou* a uu v. he not, only thereby As anecdote is a .g in "for though i the other-arlbMf to"follow hVikp
1 and apology
cute, and foi *;other purposes, same. C and to the whig party, forming another. the said the poet, ; were
in exhibits pride '
Be it enacted by th* Senate and House \ and other effects, are hereby Tested courts the political opposition; but eserves what, under such a condition, Monmouth hire, which of I many of my friends are bad arithmeticians, \ order the length'qf th.a entire prpceseion \

Representative, of the United Stale of confirmed to the said corporation.nd the resentment, rather than the support t "Suppose,inevitably, be the case.this Southern ancestry i i" a striking point TOW.- I observe almost all of them are good book- would he' cent undred and mnety- '
would of
America in Congress assembled That the said corporation may take and receive cf true and loyal whigs ; and for wl.g, to 1 republic with little navigation of its own His house was in such a state in danger dilapidation of- keepers"_._ eight miles. The tqurces from which this 't

thert be and granted to tho aqy urn or sums of money or any goods, him under such circumstances, is I i and with no manufactures to encourage that the proprietor was supply is derived are almost as

I Sta.te; of, MUsi ippi hereby for, the purpose ofwdingfa chattels or other effects of what kind or support to encourage and reward political treachery to foster it, reciprocal commercial intercourse perishing under the ruins of the ancient dewy. 1y ,ear,." said a gentleman to a young 'the Union itself} the larger'prpportiohovvever
hereafter he yenerate4 even in be married
shall which to ,
or he thought Indiana
which may mansion whom
the cor.struction rail-roads from,: nature soever and ingrntitude with: all the manufactfiring countriesof lady, to .comes.fromQbio, I\enCockyt
or bequeathed unto of the know- \ A whom be accidentally I wish to make tool of mo? 'No, The.
Jidaon to the between the State of be given granted 6. Because the tuccess the bases absolute and uncontrolled f "Do you Illinois and Michigan. contutt
fwiwippi and the line Stte of Alabamaj from I them by at\y\ person or persons, bodies nothing party secret in its organisation\ i Europe free on trade } suppose what, under !! met at the f-ot of the Skyrnd ,_made_ various theprospects j I replied the lady nature has saved me {he uons lines' of railroads winch", penetrate

capable of making the oppntiu o.f its.Ichi. inquiries respecting me country, trouble." these distant States fira\ish. them with. I\
in i I ,
Jjwaloosa iiltudithits politic or Iandctine animosity' engendered MV
to the Mobile I bequest l Prided, __ _. _.. ,n. .t.. t..y_ the sentiments and the neighboring houses, and for thc 'l'tfansportation of I )
or ou -" -j to facilities
.t aaiuiD Mid from Brandon to the GulfMexico uoli gift grant.. .il. nery odious .nq q an O- p disruption, would be n.o less likely great
.a the i-
c p rm' section or land That the goods, chattels, -allY otner eueo1- sowing broadcast the .ec<* of discontent, discrimination against our chips anti among others, an1ed- "aw do you live f9 said i our grand .- their live stock to the New 'Yor1cmark'kand
alternate said corporation in political .occur, Whose'is that maxusianbcforo_ ns 1"( who kept a patent weigh- take the
to of
.ix Ie I rested in and confirmed and revolution our and where would be qniitor to a man enables theiq to advantage
uted fur \ North
eslgu numbers turLu\ence, tho
"an W even each side of, each of said and the moneys, chattel and other effects incorporating in our political m- goods of wh'10b. now gladdens ourmnufacur3ng ':Tha;, sir, is Werndec, a very ancient: ing-machine! : 'By more weighs than, one, any sudden rise In the,'toarkel. MoU of<
Earls of Pem1
i b
K*!*. Bat j In it shall appear that I which by this act the said corporation Xtutions'broadDistinctions between clas- that towns and fills our seaports hous e for,out cT it came the f was the reply, i the live stock from. th o Talley.ofsiaaippl tW i
cute stall not ha, 1. line the E"3* Tm' '
hereafter to receive provoking broke of the first is arket byai1ra:
the I authorized and thereby A disotution'ortbeUJ brought t o z
United the lines or of freemen, activity
States have when and METAIC-
fixed, in the whole exceed the value of one hundred Cs Let'cettbe favored an<* degradedwhich with life the value of the broke of the second line, the I.ord ller* CCRIOCS PHYSIOLOGICAL AlI BD4 furnishes.them nq 1npnaderkreri,.
ftfttesofuid definitely trod depreciate
toad are bloody intestine \1n would the IlerherU of Cold- f.\CT.-Brukers are like razors, the .
to Cherbury
dollar lead
KM plated any tecttDns aforesaid, or any that parts the right thereot of Sec.thousand Zt innd be itfurther enacted. That clfts5e..omvuUions tneritaWj, menace the'llCace andprospt'flty property of No wheels r England of our ftycents\( manufactories on the bertof brook, Ramsey, Cardiff,' and York, tho" sharper.they are tbe ,easier yon get shar nue.Ttp anual consumption of \i.; 1
or The. of Uunsdon
then the sid corpurutiuuthall have full power of the people' and. the subver dollar the implements the. Morgans of Action, the Earl nine hundred and sixty thoosand '
Pt-emption has attached the same, be stopped,, -
U Aill and authority to make have, fond usp v our happy form of republican gor.eraPeflt would be by our ships decayat the housea of Ircowm and Lanarth: ,' and edIt fst. becoming of which three foortbt. isnerred from t.
be lawful for agent, or agents. ,ion ot mechanic would put this bouse also is said that ladies are
any of ,
ad inscription and Out
with such a and objects all the Powells. baleen and Bribrud
teal policy, and the bakeries In the for
wLe of said common L principles wharves grass do all in their
the ; j
appointed power
Lr decaying they '
governor the our Duke cf Bean. economical, as ."
and line came the .1
think 1
to the philos- the female -
abhorrent and
Eta.Le of they all utterly of our towns by -
a* streets \
to select cubjvct to the approul reautt in the 1 avoid like trout.f !.
", tbtstmu.ry of the Interior, from the same to break, alter, and renew at plea- opity and consen-atism of whig principles soring PP..Thes"woul4 &? the materia] otiiilli Jo.rt. ..n : .: ,tg anything "I ,. f *J
treasurer and librarian. I 1 ie- Io.Z.e.--: _.. '.
Uadi of tie United State nearest to the lure ; to appoint a .. i,iSd'policf- : r ; "' :-. .4 .. .., H' : -
Cvticae4.ct.Lfd page t
'Um cf lectiout above rptcinefl, to xaucU "

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r p t-: tI. T -. 'to the ion- The Governor of -.- ..
-- of slavery -
I ICllta of the- Time line as a "violation of good faith 1 I come directly to the question whiahv v ** .nl,and says: The ,com- Twenty-one years hima letter Minnesota III" tit ,
The pro1tbe make dated
I .!' 44 which is the -i' ,r'oj r- level with the cst and worthy emigrant cannot January 29th 1836
the quer altnast on a
tates country, tbat
tDoftWu" defeat In Minenri and the tri- iclic of the -I -t that he tht
and dlstarbanceTcf;
4 a peace cnn and here I desire to spew Sand #. ': the system of slaver better or a tafur man during of the nlu.
slavery F en was of
;: Jr c ,.' ,tttnph of the Democracy Arkansas. Tex- lus. try." We have repeatedly .ad- not?, :: h', tkarly. Mr. Fillnv ->- ;!.' jch was its extent 1. mi, North Oanrlin* and Kentucky-wbich reliable the end ((the protracted the returns
all such declarat ions unmkicated '- WbiTNorth 1 and coextenl'ie'with the more at hiJL being
pronounce a a mt-mnueIC. : n 'ociety, com fe
stronghold ways B.sides the genius of the insttu- The official a1oation
,*,I.t''lpe't. In. the South-have : slander, and we defy the Republican He was a.distinva'n .*"'? '.. IILe. Christianity mitigated itt in lions of this republic, is to lift up and enfranchise the Territory ofYebruka ottbeyroptrtJI
of era t
influence a new
tativcof that he l> -J utter the ,ear 18SS
'produced ItO strmnje revulsion The to produce a single sentence; written or party it has distended' tatexists not to 'depress or 'enslave the was so 'mafl-onli SGli.8U-tbaL
that have1 K and religion. i\
': ...v-.Baataa-Democrats a intrtntd,. hat. SATURDAY AUG'T30, '56.JAS. spoken by either of those gentlemen eren pRomise q', -: only in a limited degree, and.n :humblest rotary of freedom. EdmundBurke thought proper n/ftmble it ui the taI Was
their 1 ticket ani snlject-tho i of and it is .
ow omprc \ sill
dropped 'jefrctoral character I the great statesman speaking too low probably '
such Let us see and .
Ut opinion. paternal
intimating any Clay J* i' J
41 W&4 ibeilm-BcntonUcs, while the 1- good faith. lIe Agsol't the I'Iystem, the Saviour the bigotry and know-noihingista of his The Autlitorofihe Ute orIndiana
baa divided into the documents ate that Compromise by v although tithes 'said:- 'in his anual report ( 11-,
; ) [l party % t\1 wings -J.i herself opened not his mouth, November& 1855)
*. '.- going for Buchanan, and Jibe had been President to. 'cruet He addressed the -i Crimes are the acts of individuals and -A new valuation of the real eiuu

). ;' : 'the Jorthcru for Fremont. These statethenta THE 1IODEL I'iIESIWT. States,the attempt would to repeal have th bet" nade./uri it Chrwtain was most master and his slave as Chris- not denominations, and therefore arbitrarily probaby make the total UxaMes , wunti

arc not ) positively verified, but We copy below I'rt Of the speech delivered compromise never v and brothers and enjoined on each to c'ass men under a general description 000. -
.e If it had ccn'nuide.l and the law passed. tiari
... their truth U very porbable. We are indebted by Hyran Esq. at the authorized toy his duties and his obligations. The.pos in ordered to proscribe and punish The Territories o tKansuNbra&b
Kitcut believe I not :
to our own telegraphic reports for Fillmore demonstration hi Id in the although am have vetoed that law. ties spoke not against it, but exhorted, as them in the lump, is indeed compendious Washington. d> not appear at all in,the
that he
the former, and to that of the Standard for {5rf.if ** so, Divine Master, had and advised, nay method, and saves a world of proof census of 1850, except as component
: of Music" in New York car a But remember it.was always the doctrineof their ofother States IUtI
the latter. "Academy the fugitive slave to return to but such a method instead of being law, is or .renitrrirr *ri wi
I *. So far as-Mr. Fillmore i is concerned this fcW weeks ago. Mr. Ketchum was Plcsi-I the whig part/the, North in this that service The Church, following these exam -' an act of nnnatural rebellion against the : re-pect lo them the estimj uum5,
For Preskl1i ,
should extended country
I ,cmiCFC of his friends but realises: what the ", dent of the meeting,and is one of tbe leading and I not be that Millard! Fillmore always 1- les. speaks not in denunciation :of the h-jral dominion 01 t reason and justice; and and values mny I* very inaccftrate, ?

have made. hortelewCM suppose master nor does she this ,iro in constitution that entertains may be itxleetl with rejpwt to the
: > ctt'li.m (parnt-the Mr.Fillmore in New York. with his on tie subject. lawful and humane any oti
BUCHANAN supporters went party
.. of his cause in SUlh a well a lie fully explains the Southern side of the and we all know'that at the time when the sanction such conduct in any of her child ,it at one time or other" will certainly Territories The State and valuations some of of the oew St ,,.

'. the North. with I briig one its own ruin. proiwrtr sr '
so '
.,'_ The fetcr o f the Senator* from MarT > OF IESSSYL- V AXIA. policy of the 'Model President," and we much right admission warmth in Congress was agitated, Mr. Fillmore IThis system of denunciation and mlaw- Again he says speaking of these Know- assessment purposes, acd am not Only Iu

I land, "; the people of that Slate to For Vice-President should think would effectually dispel any stOOd side! by ,ide with John Q. .\dllms.But. .- ful interference was I lea by the Saviour, by Nothing 'bigots :- but tied the and taxablj in propertyoy ha L
such all the
Buchanan went far to extinguish Church, to ; States there
support ; dt'hlsionhkh Southern men may have while be stood thus, be aid that every his apostles, and by the The audaciousness of these con pir*torsagaiimt kiuids of many
4 to his hope, ''her before! they wcro angttine Jolts C. n3En{ : !UDGE constitution to the Seward. Suroner. Chas. Hate. Banr of it
fallen into with to his true position. right secured in the men as and I the national honor, and the extensive that are hot tue !
and confident. And then I Irs rout rgr What is the Fremont. Theodore Parker. -Beecher, I
South should be preserved. wickedness of their attempts, have
OF KENTUCKY. We here find few high-sounding Supposing the whul.i
all the
:. I, !n Kentucky completely, bwildrl'f objection made to him by this party called other fanatics of this age and generation ; raised of little imp--stance to a United popUiatio of ti,,
hi* is all Mr. Fillmore ever had fur in favor of enslaving persons Stales tu be 27.O00Aiu
his friends th
enlcnliitions of whom
: (nt.ld phraises that I most of are ;
'f Republican 1 I will state to you men degree uf evil eminence, and imparted a
the State of Maine,, .,.
i doom j in the rn States. Mr. Fill- For Governor and that all issues disfranchising the Irishman, a Cfltpri. -
; 4:: Southern the South, upon practical Ixhcvo tlu'ir opposition arises first, because ; and sort sinister dignity t) proceeding that the "**
In the South in pect to of ,1
i fnore's only expectations \ter 1 M. S. PERRY ho was always against us when he he is an honest man. Dutchman and all person born foreign had their orgin i in only the meanest and for all the State property, the
North there is not a siupjo Stale the negro and enfranchising suit Terjitq-j
At the and freeing
Let the fact of his signing countries wl l ,
be He not us reason on blindest malice.
a, could be-l could constantly so. could action of in round numbers about
reasonable COUNTY. the
hopo ALACHLT.Y ,
which a OF him. Look at
: upon slave bill That law was
:: tho
I ,
.: based ; and. therefore, in the face of these ;rcute; to sign; the Fugitive Slate Bill with fugitive b both Houses of Congress. Although the abolition Know-Nothing party in Mainein This is a good description ofthe AblittonMuow Taking the State olNew Yotenon.

the South nothing was the first principles passed Massachusetts, Connecticut Nothing members of this Congress the amount will be in
at of in
r :; dcelormenl For Congress out violating one tip- passed by' itself singly, ii was a part I new Hampshire round nem.
the verdict already de and everywhere, though given more than seventy years ago hers, $10.6l1.000.
: len to which heas elected, the virtual abnegation f a of measures that were designed i and Vermont,
the field.] GEO. .S HAWKINS on > system Victor Hugo on the same subject says : Taking the State of
j dr.t and withdraw him from well to pacify the country. When it had where the Black Republican party pre- Kentucky> it
tho power."Pc
of veto
would be only to embarrass OF JACKSON rml'm- presented to Fillmore vails. "Go on, gentlemen Proceed I Disfranchise will belabout S10.000.000.
? COUS'fl. thus passed it was
n ,
f the success of other without benefitinghimself. her the indignation with which his attitude for upproval. lie first examined it himself The unprincipled men urge this unnatural if you will!, the three millions olwters ( Taking live State of Illinois., itwHI'l' .

.. Regarding Mr. Fillmore, then, usfn For Elector. towards Texas was received throughoutthe it was not for him to say whether it and unlawful theory, and at the four millions out of nine Get rid about S'.290.000o0O.Taking .

fact out of the cntest-hethcr withdrawn of Florida. South. To that State lie held out the was the host law that could be passed. same time say African Slavery i is the great of all these Your law which you effect the Stale of Arkansas'it win K.

., .J or not-it becomes a matter of interest GCO. IV. CALL, Eat hand and the ten million That was not a whig doctrine. It wa for evil of the country, that it has the cuiscof it i i.\ null void, and dead ; because it is not about 5,750.000,000.
what his withdrawal it,. A. LONG, of Middle Florida. sword in one and would have it i because whileit Taking the State
to consider effect him to whether it was constitutional. I Gud upon it ; jet they just ; because not true ; *lU-U
will have upon the chances of the "'. D, IJAKXES, of West Florida. bribe in the other, and said Choose between (Applaure say) Ifr. as Gen. Geo. Washington white slavery established in its place goes furtively to plunder the poor and about 14430000000.

C) .:: two cmplil.rl, Buchanan and Fremont. them II. set up a claim on behalfof had done before him referred it to the law 1, They say slavery will cause the ruin and the weuk of his right suffrage, it encounters Taking the tw* extrimes, tio ?,?,

!.,.j In it is clear that it will DEMOCRATIC APPOINTMENTS. the United States to the district of officer'of the Government for'his opinion destruction of this government. This, the withering glance of a nation's and the mnniaus; Gci rgia am! Mime; *?*

:,t not affect Mr. Buchanan's prospects in the The Democratic Electors 1 will address l between the Rivers Neueces which was in favor of its constitutionality. however is but the fanatic's assertion probity and sense i>f ribt, before which ted, it wilt be about 10,000

.: Sooth. The recent election now frhow how their fellow-citizens at the following country lying lie then submitted it to his Cabinet. at the against the truth of history. With her8stem your works of darkness shall vanish ; because Taking Ohio and Kentucky, 'hic 1

united tho South is in support of the democratic and the Rio Grande, the ,r countr. head whom was the greatest constitutional and her countless slave, Greecegrew in the depths of the the conscience make rlzapa a very E.dr

,4 nomine", and how idle aro the efforts places: which the United States went to war wih in America, and they approved great and flourished more than three of every citizen, the humblest as well as will be $10,268,000,000.Taking .

; of the opposition. Mr. Filhnore's withdrawal Precinct near Boston, on Suwannes River, Mexico about a belonging to Texas, and of it. "I now ask what should Fillmore thousand years Home, with her myriadsof the highest, there is a sentiment sublime, I the seven States as a eritfrioi

ft t.;"4' therefore will only secure to Mr. Columbu County. ,.......Tuesday, Sept. 4 the in which the murder of base done ? lie came into office under the I slave, I pushed her conquests to the ends. sacred. indestructible, incorruptible eter the amount will be about $0 33000000

S Buchanan larger majorities in the South Lerj Court House,......-Saturday, 6 very country the attack Capt. influence of a party whi) :h was. more or .. of the earth, and for more than two thousand nal-the right. The right ii the rock upon This is too low. however, for* the oScul

':, without in any way the final result. Gainsville! Aluchua CoMonday, 8 Col. Cross and upon less opposed to the use of the veto power. years was mistress uf the world ; and which shall be split and go to pieces valuation i* too low in them all, naleu, ube

Buchanan's, : strength in the E!
4 toral College, so far as tl'e is concerned McFalt's Mills...........Wednesday," 10 Congress to declare ''that American not signed the bill he would have deserved way, it was not servile heads that laws and bad governments of this world!" The 1,500,000,000 added fur nn!ervrf.

will be neither increase nor diminished -i\ OcaU,.............Thursday 1112 blood had been shed upcn American soil," impeachment."The. plotted her destruction ; and when she fell, Such are tho opinions of the great and nations fur property valued,and fcr the in-

: by any course Mr. FIUmolfrienJs Adammlle,..........Friday. C and which outrages were the avc.wCI there was no slave to glory in her over- wle of other countries about this foreign crease in value biuce 1850, U not an eite-

-. may see fit to pUrue.I Abrah&iutowa,... ...... Saturday, C 13 of this Tampa Peninsula/' throw. Sc\ Ha. Marius, Catiline and the plant, which the Know-Nuthings and Abolition bive allowacce. Sin

I 0 But how will it affect Mr. Buchanan at Mellon ville,.... ..........Monday, I 13Yolusia ground for the declaration war. 1 We have omitted heretofore to notice ma Jen of Koine, whose ambition and whose ists impose upon the honest people of the calulations; inconsiderable fractions

... the North 1. Thisis the point the infinite most important shade- ......... .... ........,Wednesday, \ 17 Territory belonged to the United States'or the important fact that this sturdy repre- hatred could not be satitled short of the thi.n country as truly American, and nativeof of numbers and values have not been
; to the resnlt. With was American soil. what part of the destruction of the Roman Commonwealth t this soil. It is not natural to a soil rewarded.
the force merely local FortGatlin...... ....Friday, C 19 sentativd of South Florida interests, has
\ existing opinions, fratricides. The now from the first to be the abode of
it to if not to the question dedicated
could belong were
the animosities rnlatka,... ...........Saturday, C 20 United States We have also
and and JE3T to record
prejudice neutral
interest this
; I find Mr.Fillmore. changed its policy, now goes pushed upon the country, and to be deter- freedom and the refuge of its votaries from week
of old party divisions, and the thousand St. Augustine,..... ...Monday, C 22 Texas ? And yet we afterwards for Buchanan and the Democracy. This is I mined is whether the temple of our I all the earth. as an acquisition to the Democratic rant,

other elements which must enter into the Jacksonrille,........_..-Wednesday, 24 the Model President- backed by Am'a, ,freedom shall be overthrown the Hon. James W. Smith, of W iBla!

c1ulation\ is, of course, impossible to Nassau C. 1I-,... ....._.Thursday, C 25 I the Freesoil party. in Congress, resting the fourth neutral paper in our State that by the can madmen of this country and the Columbia County. I County. Mr. Smith has been nominated

accuracy what will be the effect Jonesrille, Columbia! ,....Friday, 26 this country from Texas by force, for has patriotically come over to the supportof freest republic that the world has ever beheld We have been laboring under the conviction by the Democrats of that County ax 'tie

.' at the North of the withdrawal of Mr. Cedar Creek,........-.Saturday, Z7Sew very bribe did not take the Democracy and tho Constitution. shall be sacrificed to the fanatioiam of for some time past (forced upon I Candidate for the State Senate. He hat

4.r Fimor. But this point we think, must River,... ..........Mondaj, C 29 the alternative cf a Some of our Democratic friends'cn' the Abolition party and its leaders us from the tune of Alligator Advert always been an old line Whig and represented

i'.. on all that it will bring The opposition il invited.a free discussion. away the idea of force. that some of the Know Nothing I Without proceeding further, I desire to ser) that Columbia County was sold beyond that County as such in the General

.. to Mr. Buchanan's support thC conservative Mr.Ketchum in speaking of Mr. Fillmore apprehensive give in this connexion a few authorities in redemption, to the Orl1 roC Proscription. Assembly for the toe last four; jear& J/a
", feeling hitherto wasted on Mr. Fillmore. but papers will come over before the election Last week however were called won Mesender.
TtF.PUnMCAN" ANDDL.ACK says : "lie has never bad one the Church, both from the holy fathers ,
Divided between Mr.Fillmore and Mr. Buchanan TiE but we beg to quiet their fears ; not that visit and to
t RUPUUMCAMSM. that ho changed and further and cannons, (which are the laws by which upon to pay county a our
and never ,
t'' the conservatives of the North offered The organ of Mr. Fillmore in this placeis remember it was even Abolitionism could drive them into the Chinch and all its m'mt.ers are govern- gratification we were informed by gentleman OBITUARY.

.i:.. in some States, sn easy victory to Fremont and the I on he says: "But such respectable company. A pig delights ed.) in reference to the system of slavery. who are well posted up in the premises Dtt in Xewoanavine, E. T., M Ticsdiy nxirning -
in favorof constantly denouncing
black republicanism. But united always the doctrine of the Whig party of : England :- thatsuch is not the case. They were August lllh, JOSEPH B.COKERIia,

"* Mr. Buchanan they will improve his Black Republicans, and yet there is not a the North, that slavery should not be extended in its wallow and would be unhappy in a Bishop is regarded says by the church of indignant at the bare mention that such a after a protracted illness of 17 dajs. HI futuWAJ ,

;; prospects ''her till notbe, )' have been number of that which does not teem drawing room. "Slavery was thought possible. We were informed -
It cannot be supposed that in a paper in this country, and I suppose that which the Pope is the presiding officer, not thing has been Typhiu fever,which kaOed lbs skill at tha
.1 gloomy. with the : used by the Fre- that though the County best phjjiciana of our Mr.COK ,.
contest between the democratic party and same arguments Millard Fillmore always went icith his Know Nothing Veracity. to be incompatible with natural law ; to I the Ciberalter of Know-Nothingiam county. *reno
., rnonters against the democratic candidates. be the result of sin by Divine dispensation ; styled e I to this county at o j t four jean ago, aad commenced
the Northern conservatives and all know that the
black republicanism party on the subject, The Republican is crowing over ac- in Florida and in fact was a few months
"I' choice. the repeal of the Missouri to have been established by human legislation the pructke ofUir, and, although be k>4
rh their Each
Will hesitate denounce with
; at the time when the rght of admissionwas quisitiun of Col. J. L. Harris and lion. ag', the people have become disgusted
of the slave
and when the to contend with tooth oppontioo, he tacceiM
hand it is stated that Mr.Fillmore's of faith ; Ir
On the other : violation good Octobe
; restriction line as 'a in the Order and that in next thoy
:y warmth
Northern friends inten to withdraw agitated with so much Scott Warren of Georgia, to the Know justly acquired, to be lawful not onlyii. I, handsome for the diligence, in laying the foaojatioa CxalMtatii*
of the will roll
him in favor of Fremont. A strange : and"a disturbance oflLe peace coun- Congress, Fillmore dooclsicle by side with Nothings, and say they were formerly the sight of" tribunals, but also I I candidates up ofthe a Democratic party. Thisis [ractice. lie WM a moral, ene ttie pug mut

) : ', specimen of party faith when Mr- Fill- try. John Q. Adams." consistant I; and influential Democrats. in the eye of heaven. glad tidings." and we are forced to the awl bait won the esteem of brgepertlbaof theCtflWVfliI7

,. more has declared that he 'regarded: the We have n doubt the New York Tribune Yes, we do all know this, but the Know Now we have often heard of these gentlemen In addition: to all]! this, there is a positive I: tJclicCtbat our informants were not intlu- in which he rejidoj Ii 4 wu a pn>-

success of Fremont as dissolution of the. Times, and Herald, congratulate are trying very hard to obliterate Iefure and have always understoodthem and unchangeable law of the church which i cuce-d in theircotvictiois! by politUal boast nincut puliticlio, and bid fair to occupy KOM psi-

4 Union !" But it docs not appear improbabTe themselves on : such willing Nothings would forbid any conscientious CathJiclocing ing. We firmly believe Judge! Hawkins lion in oar county, but death marled hia u a
Mr. having tool the of it. But hear Mr. to have been formerly Whigs, but I Abolitionist. The third
bTe when reflect( that a memory an canon candidate in
we beat the Know-Nothing
In\er. the South. such w victim, and in young manhood he wa.i colled
I /I.',, member of the House from \ YOlk, and echoes at I papersas indicator Ketchum : lately Know Nothings. We are informed : of the Coucil of Horne, held .iu the year hU own County.-Madist/n Messenger. from the pleiuiog aatocbtiuos, which ianen>Jr,l
?' formerly the law partner and now the confidential the Republican arc to be as Young men, it is very pleasant to be so that such is the fact by a gentleman who 500, declares him, both social, and domestic, to itand bctbre
adviser of Mr. of Southern opinion, then the Herald ) The ': under the of The United i'tates"be 1'opulallou and
; plticl Filmor. agreeably interrupted. (Applause. knows both of them. We can spare you a If any one, pretence piety Value of Products. the Judge of all the earth. lie haj left a yonag
',r 1j voting black republicans well conclude the non-slave of the "resident of the United teaches a slave to despite his master and I II
lbt duty
the may more such, neighbor.IOWA. of the Treasury in a recent wife and child a Fathe' and Mother aa amendments to good many The ,
abortion Secretary
,I ret appropriation South to States is execute the laws (.r the United to withdrew from his service, and not to
4 ..1 :., bills. Tho withdrawal of Fillmore hold of the are opposed slave States. The Constitution says that it I serve his master with good will and all I communication to Congress,gives the friends to mourn his untimely fall, poor J .! we

will therefore, give to Buchanan the conservative ry. and that this sentiment is progressive. tho President to him be anathema !" I reluctantly bud three eli., miy thji ret La
.. shall be tho duty of see respect, let u'lowing' table showing the population or;
and to Fremont the Freesoil. We Know that when the Kansas-Nebraka executedWhen The late election for Congress in the I peaceful one in the grave, and at the lad great
faithfully -
; -
that the laws are "The phrase 'let him be anathema States and Territories and
portion; of this party. It \\i mlrrthe Bill was lcf< re Congress there were but Mr. Fillmore came into office there Slate of Iowa, was carried for the Blac England 'is never appended I the day, when then the mortal thai pot on immortili-

cntest;; down to :single ilue;between the two Southern Sentur who opposed its existed this state (.f tilings. Texas hadJah.h' Republican candidate by means of a fusuv I says to any Bishop decree which does not contain the tie value of real and personal estate thtre--I ty we hope to Sap there on the right baad ouSt

_ f t: : ttenwera-ticparty and Black Republican Bell Tennessee, a whig and nowa como into the Union, and she entered or coalition with the Know Nothing or expression of an unchangeable doctrine in prepared in part from Judge. A FRIEXDIu

: ,.r 1m. It "i! present to the Sort.lthc simple passage, as a slave State. Afterwards we had the with the Black I respecting belief or morality, and indicates luativns s, and in part from estimates:
her and Sam a American nel'uLli-1
whether the Souih Know-Nothing party Circuit
: question- IIuLon apseu- with Mexico and we conquered and that the doctrine has been revealed by the Circuit Court of tha Eastern
equal in this confederacy or not. It will (10 democrat, and now also a KnoW- oth- war took from Mexico a large and extensive cans, the candidate of the latter being a1u : God." roPCLATIO AND PROPERTY OF THE VMTCI of Florida-Nassau County wit:

_ '. league all the elements of lawlessness, fanatacisra forward and claimed I STATES. In -Bttteeea
ing. At that time both of these gentlemen territory. Texas came a Know Nothing.The of ,
the authorities
And sir. to close Ylt.f.r
and sectional ambition against now. St at es. Populat.nn Property.

.: the constitutional rights of the ,Sou h.- were denounced by all parties South that a large ation portion of which was within by her.her if limits allowed -- Opinion of the Catholic Church 011 the church upon the subject of slavery. I Alabama, 8'<..lel<_ ._'-n c 1.t 4)n., ) Joiuf I!. GaxBV>,l CompUiaent,>1an CI1! for Diyvree.

,: And finally upon tho issue of"No more for this effort at courting popularity at the the would occnj make it a slave territory.- Slavery. I desire to shew that every Catholic is Ixnmd Arkansas, 23.111 GI.240..2f; FRANCE GCSBT, Defendant J

_ _: t slave States," it will decide whether there North. Every other Senator, whigs as had organized forces to The following are instructive extract I by a cannon: law: to support the fugitive l'ulifurnia 335:0.10( 1G5:XK.iOC of Complaint being tIed in this ease,aa The
J. the South government I slate law of 1850. ns well as the principles Connecticut 4Ol.)5Dvtaware ) 203.15'.Sn: BILL the satisf.wlioo fLhi Court
i. at the North a party true to sutainedthe appearing
for and of this
: well democrats voted force territory of
take posseSMon by from the second part a pamphlet
and of her against the I a ofthe Kansas and Nebraska bill of J'ide 97.: J. 3o.4GG,924 i iFi..rit1a that the DeienJant resides wilbuat the SteU of
__ __ __ ol abolition protecting-whether in a word, bill. It; rfas upon this question that which was claimed by Texas when it was by an Iri>h Catholic gentleman of Washington Douglas whch: the Abolitionists and Black 110.. !-I 49,4Gl,4G1 Florida, but ia the' United State*of America,on

aggression the South can, consistently with her existence the whig; party of the South dissolved their in fact that Territory time under of the the authority United of States.Gen.'l'aylor to which we referred in a recent KepuMicans condemn so much. By a can-I (i e.irgia, 9JJ (J'JO 500.000OuClihir.uis motion i-f.Lesrs Is.OutDatED Call A Fleming, Thee a,beartaj-of Solfciten tutCoiopUiuautit
1 I. At
continue in the Uni with the whig the on of Pope Leo HI. m tho year800, l.24'JI-T! 3i3,3jT.47Iimdiana ; be had at
4 a a fn people connection partyof the military of the Territory paid number of the Citizen:- fhcts charged ia said LMt of Complaint

on. We agree with the New York Tri North. Why 1 B.jcaiso the Northern tet Texas, -"You shall not take po! 3:15(Ull 110.04 0.0(10 Court IIuiu in the town if Pa
tried the
be at
this issue .
I is
buoe that the boonrr had "ab&uhit lou.iT.ed. Tei ritorv we must hold it for the and it it still the unanimous npin- 'Wheresoever within the bounds of Italy
-- all wing of the party become of this ; Church, 1.Os657 411OO.19, latka, in the Coaoty of Putnam, in will Circuit,
the better Kentucky
I b ., dlerin.l. parties. ." The refusal t>( the Northern whig United States.Vheui, Mr. Fillmore came ion of Catholic divines that slavery exist either the runaway slave of the king or (tjlS1 21',425(XiCMaine. on the first Moaiiar in January next, and thai
: I Chrto" line. in a letter was addre-sed to him by the I by divine sanction; that min's: bins bro, hl of the rhnrch. or of any other man. shall G3.S62 1J2U: 6 suiii DufeDiIiwt do appear sad plead, suwer or
I to sustain the repeal of the Missouri whether he had it is lonnd his he shall be restored the said Bill of Complaint,on or before
A Iiancastcr Gun. Gov. of Texas, t was regarded by their Southern brethren authorized the military to act in that man with the purest morality anll without any bar or prescript-on of Mars land suitl daj or deure nill thereupon ps a ia UM
"devcl" who &powdermonkey" 123 597.'J26,99i Defendant bad ippearI
:, Our new was 1,133, same manner as if i the
\. to one of the "LandcaMer guns"which n Mtntif\ing them with tie Frcs"ilel.anJ ner. You see here was a threatened coi the highest; Christian perfection. In EnlptJl't.cof years. 5n ,3.-l 116513.50Ii"sissil'l'i and was present in Court.
4 'i; of t\c Southern xvlngs |liion i between the State uf Texas and I the thc.e views arc cited the various act! is slave law IT ORDCBCD, That a copy of tlie
so badly battered the MalakotV, 1111f' the great mass Here we see, a fugitive )( jjJlri9 2.1,525UOO is rcBTBiR
: 1 military authorities of the United IStates. ofthe Almighty himself, as mentioned i in: above Order Le published in some public 5e -
who, from having Keen Athens from the to have any further connectionwith nearly eleven hundred years old, just like Missouri, 8j1Z15, 3,94.78IN. nuntbt
J rdusel I collision precirc'ytho! same iocharacter it as a hawfuirelation ; in this Slate, for the et three
of recogni&ins ipjce
state the Scriptures paper
deck of the Pineim fancies he is half Greek. a our own. and just and honest in all its requirements 247O1 103.80-1.321
doubt llamp"hire ,
_ them. This was to them no a : as lately existed. and] now exi.ts and also the patriarchs, Abraharr, before tbo day appointed for said hesrio;
for the following: under our constitution and 569.49th 1.9,750.(00t"w FORWARD,
.' i responsible but it noble and and the United States.A .- Jacob who were slaveholder:. New Jersey, WILLIAM A.
painful was a between Kansas l Isaac and ,
'; Sam what's 6 funny there1 patriotic happy from of government. The church York, 3..470.059 l, ,l54G2, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eastern
I, "*&1co'! &_"Vf, is that you ? why'l am lauirh- determination 'ihc national whig party It'lter'a4Hltten to know whether Mr. ami at the same time models of virtue and has given an old precedent, to be sure; but North Carolina, J21.8. 2 9.ro3,32 Circuit Florida,setting in CbMe J.

Tog at what one of. your keen editors liasgot was dissolved, and \fhat then ? The Know Fillmore authorized Col. Monroe to keep piety. and will go down to the end of th" with Catholics it is as new and biudingtoday I Ohio, 2.215..50 800.8.1,354 August 26th, 1956.-3u>
and it 1138
of the disputed Territory, world such. Yet. nev rthe1cs3.
( .. I off about your Keystone candidate." into and posefisioii as as though enacted yesterday nns.'lvania. 2:5.1900 1,031.31:0.1:: '.'.'jg jj
Nothing ol r
ui&tene of the Church
sprung The
't '. "What is it, Sam ?** party keep Texas nut. or not, Secretary been the humane province Sumner and all the Abolition and Black Rhode Island 166,921 01.69)850 SiH 3 5Ei*
J now find thousands shouting and throwing State answered that such orders had been elevate the slave: to ameliorate his conditior. CK.MKALKAILBOAD
we to
I" He the Democracy have a n fort Republican fanatics cay this law is from South Carolila. iQ.6Gl; 303.4342w'feziutessee OFFICKF. A. 4 O.
says \ their for doctrine which theyas given, and that the Territory would be; and to mitigate the terrible seven tie" JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,August 23,1S5& i
: .C cannoo ta fight this campaign w' up caps a the author of all evil ; that it is a compact 1.tY..-I O 321.776lOTexas. ,
I ." denounced treason. What was presumed as belonging to the 1 United Stated of the system as it found it among the with hell ; that it l'u1htlt. to be obeyed 240,000.000 'UE Stockholders of the Florida,Atlantic,i
wit-Bu vrhigs 500,000
o n had the line. (Applause while she di.1 this she 1111-] } hereby nutiW
until Congress adjusted Pagans. But the Gulf Central Rail Road are
with and be though Union
.i but doe h must repealed &!5.20G 9Ilw.5t'i0Virginia
good etop ,
\'emlOnt. weC
abolitionism in a\\higis now
perfectly cent
J : ) The President communicated imniishcd the slave of those duties he ow .d and that se veath indtalment of five per opoa
and the Constitution thing OOO4.8)1 ia,
.: 7" conservative in Know Noth and lie fia'nl every 1,5l503 StOCk of said Companyhas fcwn called
_ .. tat doctrine and a oirrcspondenoe to Congress his lawful master and the masterof thus destruction. pitnl
1'el, that's all. Why 7" shall not be invaded and mercies Lhat.'erl' worth living for should go to Wisconsin 552.1ro 81.500,000 to be paid ou or before tho first day of OctoUr.
I Because he might have further ing. Whence comes this, wonderful revolution to Congress this Territory Christian charities Cut sir, in this terrible assault upon the Uisf4 Culumbia. 51,OO 25,5(8,702TEgiuIioaiI.s. next.
went of ? Can it by Texas, it shall be held for the due to his slave in the eye of Heaven. She institutions of the order of the Board1O. -
and said that since bit is the Gre k for in the opinons men b established Country, I By
An.11 will the bonds of Chris
United States government, bound them together in C. GIBW,
of the Southern States
and tho under OOOOOO
large have a large a great light Las been shed upon them rights I tinncsota, 5,000 Co-
we cannon that A new requisition all the military forces of the tain fellowship; and against those who Catholic See> Treasurer F A.A C. C.RB-
.:; 'a perfect "race.rnaker, fight the of their secret lodges? it and enticed the constitution, the portion New Mexico, 63500 7,250,000 Jacksonville 30. 1956.-td __
eun within the precincts country, neccessary, to preserve re- unlawfully interfered or a uf the people will be a reliable ally against :36000 7,175,000 Sevt.

Cpg! wih.i sec. A perfect Perhaps their they have discovered, that Mst the claim of Texas. lIe {roes on to say from his owner, or made his"right to bin i the mongrel and Vandal invader with his Oregon uhington, 5.500 1,650,000 Dissolution of Copirtnersnlp.'T'HE .
Yea "Lncl that he is sworn to execute the laws: oil unsafe insecure she proim-mccd her
;' "' Star. the question of slavery is a mere bagattellc or united cohorts of Abolitionists and Know- Utah h, 30.000 4250.200Kansas Copartnership heretofore esistiogbttwrf"J. of
an.-Wahingto .. do nothing lees than perform that du severest cen'ures-her unalterable amWnerKVeVaV3tbp under the firm and style
can the subscribers
iowa .1 Nothings. The adopted citizens and the 1l.UOO 2,250,000ebraska ,
l t. rlt ascertained rnL is thus el cuul commented I The Rep-ub'icon holds th"h ga'and Washington'a"the IfmC, fioffldirirflidtt!,?: \ W J!, S"u le owned. s1a\'cs Catholics will gratefully remember and I 4,500 1,235.&H ELLIS, LBDWITII t Co., ia thfa 0 ajr dissuh. **
fa \ -I
.. : & I the Cincinnati Democrats who passed the Kansas bill, tremo Southern men declaim against this tlr otherwise lawfully, the M ht'II '7,..''b\II.I, cordially. 1 return_the.favors. ...hl.have re- I by-mutual. -.-,consent.-_,--.- w.I ,* C,
upon by Enquirer: and repealed the Missouri high authority, exercised by the President; of tho Church were accessible i to him { -- -- IV* mcir I. This sum to be a'kiiiir! own account Therefore,all peio* aar>*('*

"We Lava ri\edappr, published at Compromise while on the other hand, Mr. Giddings of Thus she has given an example of Chris- liberties from this same common enemy. property not valued for settled accouoU with tUiaSnM, will call Ut*.U( !.
line for all the troubles and From soul I hate this
Council county, responsible Ohio, said that while thj message began tain charity to al.! which, were it obscmi my very party and undervaluations, and fur immediately.

j which has the returns of that precinct, Lloudeht-now and for some time pst afflicting with high sounding words, it ended pusillanimously. by the Abolition fanatics and all others, their principles. What are they ? They the rise in the value of SAMUEL WILLIAM ELLIS LEDwrrrfl, ;
rob the who
I. S *\ In which the democratic majority is set Kansas. 0, of course, because be recommended that. treason and murder and sectional hale propose man owns a slaveof property since 1850. SI.500.000,000Total aug3Q ADDISON SI. HARPS
his and his
down at one hundred and fifty. The the line should be adjusted. property, equal rights in a -
amicably *
Beecbcr. Grceley, Col.Lane, RolinsonAc., would not prevail to so alarming an xtc AP-
I blood
territory purchased by common and IIEREDYGIVEX
has undoubtedly given three orfour Thus the received IS
county 11.317,641,072In
wan message it does converting a liappy and lawabiding NOT1CC A4serably -
hundred for Hall instead j ar not atall to blame- certainly not They ; common treasure ; and another part of the will ho male to the Oaqeral
fifty-four, I tho extremes of both sides. Congress
by ,' people into enemies and shedders the construction of this table when' of Blorid. at its next SesjifiS to tacor
ia ,
The I only seeking redress for this "violation people of that which still dearer, if ,
boast arc pos-
black-republican draw Oil
had the liue and ended
a prt. good sense tt a jf each other's blood I he enumeration and valuations not rate the American Ttlearaph Company
-3 o( for Curtis isallpammon, of goo faith." In the estimation of such the matter amicably ; and this I feel It was quite natural,nay,it was the duty their iible-liberties their character their ,inalienable their man natural hood 1 ;iven from official State returns,it has been State, Aug. 231 18

a will be verified by the official result. men, it is only the South who must sub luthorized to say, was mainly brought rf the church to soltcn the character of turned that the population and
v : On the State ticket the black-republican about by tho efforts of the President. the domestic slavery which she rights, patented by the Almighty, located property Notice.

., I ajority will not exceed three thousand mit t such violations. When California lie will execute the law and now I feel authorized bund! system in the world. Under the laws or i (m the American' continent. and;. securely of the country have increased In thu same is hereby given that appnctiSft1!!
free State in violation I f, the American constitution. AnJ ratio since the general census of 1850, m NOTICE of.tfeKd*'" 'I
five whataru the
hundred in judgment if it was a notice. that there tu Legislature
comes admit to give if is any Rome and it had been so at Athens and lb.
to that number. We heir rcaso'n for doing this? They the) which they increasedduring the decennial Florida, at its next scwion foi al(%w
p say LIck-rpuLli-j uf the Missouri line, these Nothing man in this assemblage or elsewhere who In Sparta the master had the right of life say trial from 1840 to 1850. The iucrea Florida, Sataanalj and.CharlestoBfii. pkoI

cn the truth is, all of the State of-j Fillmore men were not heard complaining.Oh means or intends to invade any territory and death of his slaves, and often it was ilavo ought to be free and the free man I hu without iMbP, been proportionally ?' July 1 1S56
elect Fillmore mghlto be.a stave! We willthey ay.enslave .
I are and -
.4 men, were it pence with us. by fillibusterism or otherwise wantonly almost capriciously exercised
4 e I .ointe by a Fillmore convention, and no The Missou r lino then was amen I pfve notice to him not to vote fur Jtiintus Flaminius, killed a slave in the the (see white man twenty-one years; and greater. Notice,
Iu some States the hu0 of convenient teach him froeduw and the African
taken and voted for theAbolitionists. arrangement Millard Fillmore. for he will if ;
op by necessary, midst of a festival.&ndanother was thrown have been These b hereby given tb ) .
: The Fdlmore men have a But HO are willing to asumc, and do put the whole military power of the' Unl to fishes to be devoured because he broke wa will at once enfranchise. And this given aro of nrillUIidat.e3. NOTICE L to the Lerwlatara' 6'I t lbS SUS
and are it is believed much too low. 5Cbart.TM'tank
.p p .aeparate ticket ; and the division for the all duo teal States in requisition to such they say is liberty .intense American! ; ISFIJu, at its next session fur
eletor ifsume prevent a glass of crystal. Thus day and 014a1.
Democracy 1 every I Hie valuation Massachusetts is for J8iO th*.I U*
5)1 the ( rspn- Good God1 and U this tho ol at Jackaonrille to be ealle*|
I '. ation. mvihlissdoubtedlvgive Buchanan notation ofthe law and I also give notice the slave to death. 19, 1S5-
for tho in unstantly war exposed '
4 ? the State in November1'i (ibility present struggle in the of the Constitution Washington, Jeffertfon. of Franklin. and for far)land and, is for 1853; of Florida. J 'Jolice.

__i ;. What is that straggle ? lila to recover speaking spirit ; At Home whenever a master was a sa.s- the patriots of Ihe revolution ? Aro these fur Conncclicut.z New fQr". and Ju."uri. -- --. --
of the South
c f fr that if the
rights clearly mated all his slaves condemned
A General i .were tudeath. fur 185-1 alld uLlierttts forritltreDppcttosomouf 18.15. .
I Stampede.Tlie back that Territory for the South. It originally guaranteed to them by that Constitution Tacitua "that when tho !. the principles for which they fought, and j 'Vfl
says, preset \ the States the U .iron that &pp'
; Trenton True American labored. and died ? Are these the T0TICE hereby
remarks to be denied principles ,
Louisiana and.0 withheldby
'I and law.
belonged to by are or Pedaniu Sucundus was awaasiuated I fogiMtm'toriJa
bn official valuation \jll so very, low, hjit it has ba made to tl.
of Andrew Jackson and
.I." "There U at the present time every in- 'I a right to it, and we say if necessary). to any body of men that Millard Fillmoro by one of his slaves, four hundred were the second of the men jfwj ol betn deemed necessary to add tu j U cozisib1y for Insurance Comp.u with called JI3aC l S'akiunviJI
( i& dic&Uonfrom different parts of the will resist such combination to' the last... .' war independence rivIpgj! JwluonriU, W be
J countryof t.o I i die and were led to punishment. The ;
i t 1 ',. t., a stampede of the old line Clay accomplish the object; le rh'cr of blood! If I thought otherwise, I would not be in all Its severity extended tbrongh- this was not f their AinorUuniimI The in order P> reprcspijt fairjy Jhevalue Jnsuranc MJ Banking Coop819th' /'

4 '; ., sDr' democratic partynot4c be hed. I the Missouri line had remained here now to advocate bia cause. lie will out ysiem the then known world. and the Americanism nf the Know-Nothmg Aboli. Ull" of the property in ihosp Jjtijt ,s. J'uJy 1356. _
t't number :
a IJms to Pennsylvania ?: io.tio hare:
4c : t.I ! &Dt of the peculiar democratic in for pasting entirely South of Kan- in his administration know no North no of slaves in proportion to the citizens tion party Is English Toryism. Macaulay, been To Virginia Tpunwspp ,,cl
) !
l : atiof of tho party,bat more 0 ant Has at it docs, it would hare forever excluded I South, no East, no West. There is another or freemen exceeds conjecture I Thucyd ides the great British hJstoriaq an4' statesman, )'> aMetll., UOJJO each, Lost

.x ",-.e Imlnt pen! .whic they find the Southern people from that vast and duty the President has to perform, and lyi. that in the city of Athens alone gays :- 'ex3s and California ara ccntiyijaj J q. ETWEEN*the house oMile Pie 551 Jck
41 th. Union ad that is to recommend such measures as bo there slaves and 20,00dtizens of time in WAI..LZ ''
r i1I : t permanency Fertile regiot lying west of Missouri that were 40,000 only Many politicians our are the se:. al)4 JJuir Ilul'J1JaUvD apd wealth b.Vfbeen LJderablj inaville, a gtn&U CmlIkia '
; laui f tl institutions ol the country pla sees fit to propose to Congress. Now we ; in tho IMopponessian: war 20,000 habit <;f laying it down as a selfcvident I tiiuattfd upon such dat; as cwujd bn .0i104 aa4 cpp. o4PtPt) '

,.)I. IrLllC nominations of State would b surrounded on three sides are generally interested to know what isseti over to the enemy 1 'Ibeawy hadher proposition, that no people ought to be oL4aneuJ. The ComptroItT of TtfJU i u the wentDollnri iz f aousy. V 4MODS P1 JOLIi'I

mEl 1'<, a4 L. Pay ton.1 Nearly by Free States, and the State. of Arkansasaod these would be, I will not speak of his opinions thousands of Puoostcs, and Sparta had ("reo until they arp fit fur frufldom. ,The IUJJburitT for that Stnto, wh4 WM a Not, fa! s Ftj.tiwjo lt QrStP

41 ver.leading : Texas placed upon the frontier. upon currency upon if ofeJotcs. worthy iq too old story, TII Uorernor of Ueorgia says, in a letter 9vjWl,, dated at N.wna4ifiIii.I 'i'b4

I I ii'come; out Mrongfjr for DuclU. Se"rl The Republican persists in that the great internal'improvements of the ,Tyre had them in great numbers who Would not go into the vratjir until h# to the Secretary of tbo Treasury, dated ill' U luiUbly rewarded by U f Wd Ib '
have done iu Obio, Ken stating for they are well known'and areas and Herodotus "That tho Sythians'i4 had learned .lUrtrWjS '
8 country, says: to swim. Iuieo are to wait the: 18th of April l&G, that in that State > iu content, with The
WJ' tuc1. Nor CarolinaPennsylvania, Messrs. Case, Douglas and Dickinson, de clear as light. He has never had but them in still greater numbers. Caesar for liberty till they become wise and good the total ainount'of taxable property of avUte.Aug. .

laD., and other :t, ,.*, nounced tb. repeal of the lie.our CoinL one side", and that he never changed. But in his Commentaries speaks of the multi- in slavery. they. may. indeed'wait for vt'r." *.11 kinds is about' -83000,000.000.. : .'' ..23-3p p.T

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RITY.L.t pdncmt-hbni the limits'of the corporation Royal HavanaLOTTERY. -aattal On thirty dayt,ia fafl wUhoot dedoetfam SEA ISLAND COTTOJT Jewelry! Jewelry !Iwi1. -S -- -
of and to less
Georgetown appoint not AU cwnmnnicaUon* tricUy confidential. The :
than three ofelectioq for each drawn number wUl be Ghi.
judges precinct forwarded t* .Char1estoisAvANN'XLr
ffS CF THS and to adopt such other regulations immediately afer the drawing.Otden a GROTHE.WATCHMAKER.

aa be lo give' fall force 'and for Tkkct ubonidi L'e wnt'in wrly. rJuit1IScPJuLItherilesye: to Inft-ra the
may necessary
from time The next ordinary drawing of the tIara Prize Ticket
rII$ tb may Royal tahed or renewed in other Tk- 1. y
effect this section. cf ,
to na Lottery conducted by the Spanish Government eta at either office., .
,11bothcT theit.their -
tytO ass-gn thtt be .ttll rr *inne*the macafactorinjt of ROLLER A5D G04
6. And be il further .
Sec. enacted That under the
CCIU ..nd rewove : operrbiua of tbe Captain General Order for Ticket etui U ,ad.!rwsed either to. ,HORSE GINS at bin vinsl rates an.Ct' Jeweller
all acts or part of sets in conflict with this f Cuba, will take place at lhvansVcdncsdity S.SWAN CO, Atlaava, GxAla. farured ,
til all order that he be
(ruin olfice, and appoint anai act be and the same are ] \ S.sw.4c, now ready- may !: The U. S. M.. A3
ofJ hereby repealed. Sept. 17th, 3 R56.Sortco Ha at the shortest Aotio. (WEST r.oa TO TUK POST-OFFICE.) f :
b Approved August 111850.iPublic Person wanlieg GINS, or Gin* repaired, extra betntl-
to make ordain. llefonu-Mcdical en band a spkaJed assortment of STEAMERCABOIINA .:
itnk College. HAS
; Boxes, KoU r and.Brushes,can It uJ of tie n-l native JLTVCLUY cf teiatiM<
and -
e-ecu inch by-laws. 47.J] ;7i1Tw IITw fettuwisgAgents; style and f isbton, saab a*
be dct-mt-d u ful) lw t n
may AN ACT to confirm to certain -1 ..AGENTS.D. COLD Gr.VRD, FOB and VEST CHAINS ,
,1snol alter ,
Iibfrl, & the* same o therein named their titles to certain lots .-- : C.tAV'STf& CO, f jifraHlIact, C a.GtiwTHOilAS E.1t.R1G PING L. M. C 0 X B T T E PH COMMri .- ( 1H
K.ia sbrcte at iItUU? ; to prucur%, Xumero SCOOrdiuarlo. ?1ACON GEO: I11LLEAP.D. do. do.. EREAST-MXS.Xe,-
_Id' otbt.rwi5e a suitable place in I'rairie du Chen, 1Vic.nsin. COOPER 4 OttTELANDaanuab, Ceo. all of which will ie offered at the luweit pike* IT/JtL leave Talatka TTy THUKSDAT -
U Be it enacted the Senate and house CAPITAL Pit IZG 'PilE \ \ meg at 8 o'clock, PiccJaU atll-o'eIosk.
1cbue, to appoint lh, by 00,000 EightccntliAiinualCourscL CtIAS.lLCAMrFIiLD: do. da. f r CASH
M rarv; Jir.kanyiii. 3 o'clock
the the library open or for RtprtttnlMtitct oflhe United Stale.of t.f Lecture la 'th'-a Iiutito'.Lm, will cojinwnceon U1SLEE .CANOVA, Jaciwrnrtne, Fla. S fWATCIIES, le, rfpairtJ and warranted.ilr. OD Friday at morning iam al 9 aftetnooa o'vloJc ,and Si- ayanaah a
; America in ottfmbled That of.. ..100,000 3 Fnzesof.ZflOO tbe 8. IiLLACK.ttOikCa1L G, with hit eijerieru-e for the : twenty. NatUac
Cong ret t trttilonclay Xovenitericitt" .
Ei Coarieiton
toj0ceI Tning.WM. -
>* 1 "
; reluming in tber all those Latin and tillage lots at Prairie 1 M "...20.POO 50.0(10( "0 2 U .* .-.1,000 400 cloaeon tbe. rst day of March foUewin Having B.R. BTTHinVOOJ! ), Ee uf>>rl, 5.C.Di.vLkrx Vht year as a jrskti l MTATCI1MAKEK, flater it. LiWTOK i, CO.,, *
baien hiniscf: that he to SH'TB entire
received twu end wmauts from of t UKYUTARD, Cbarle ?on, 3 : > mj ful'y competent
> the State
two annual election ; ti da Chien, in the State of Wiscoi.sin, as 1 |J di.10.000 145 .:_. 2<}0iPrite Georgia U U in uf a BURNS, atisfdctti li> thus.! who Ue ir* to have their Ar r.taat CawlnUwiAEEXn
Li pKxicwiun s.spcJid College 4 TEASDALE. ,
lorfe.tun.8 and designated' upon the plat of the private I 5O.O t1Apmxiwti..nze 7,20t3 Ceo 23-Cin. watcbr 4c repaired Ia a workmanlike utunner. -
Lod7 fins and ; Cutn, with Aij| >aratn!>, Prsi'traltun Siccitacii SLMarys, Ang *, -;
'1.1bd Ct do and trnnct all land claims at raid place, in volume lour uf 4 Appnoimationf to the 8100.000 of SGOO each; and FtfciLtica, and a ll.rfj.itil for All penou ha-ting good which, bow J.tMl91uz Ag.nLsdPsAa&kze v. : f
'P the 4 of*4W to 950,000; 4 o( 6400 to *.0,000; 4 of ecr do not perf arm well, and are now out of ,
4truine lands American State of Letters ,
t,, the public Paiis, nnder the direction of the }uenty. remammir in Ant$1a.J0In .
II appertaining *200 to $1 0,000 4 of 200 lo LIST
LnULv i $5,000. Cadavers order, wi:: Hit well to call on ilr. Grtlhe, whose
which made the of ICewYork and other
plt was m our procure from *
10Inc awl library. agreeable tin year Whole Ticket Port Office on the 1> cf Augiut, 1 3. temu "no cureto LROWARD
820 ; Halves eta ; citi**. are pay.
id pItOT1 and by-laws thvrcofig Lord eighteen hundred and tttenty, by (Quarters &5.Prltet FACULTV.L. 1'uptute, Victor; ilr.1]. araiU iiniMlfof this opportunity to tender Agent at J k oof III*.

11 office : Frond- Isaac Lee, esquire the agent appointed by Bishop, liErosk Lna, 4' his sincere tk.ioVs to the citizenS uf thU pLace M.A.COIIEN.
% cubed at light at 5 per cent lbcount. BAtSToN M. D Professor Miller JUB. 14-J' Agent at Tanaah- .
t1rcnt' of luc the commissioner to adjust Laid titles al BilU alt solvent of PhyKology 1) Mias P A and it* vicinity for the liberal patronage hUberto -
than inJoriO' on Bank taken at pur. and Matena Medka.J. .
John .Meel IVia
l s Green and Prairie du Chcnwhich brady, bestowed on him, and he hopes th it by a deter
tLThit do business Bay A drawing trill be forwarded as soon the i.- T. COXE M
-tLrs I quorum to : as D-, Professor of PrinopJe and Ra.rtice, Win 2 Mi Mr
a of
iiucatkin to te h will continuance
}> ha\e heretofore been confirmed
and cult bevuuci known. jrireASB
i dirctr otdinanceorby-lawbe made I'racti.-e of Medicine and Tbciai.outu*. Brah.h, John Msu-suer, E 2.Lsi their cvuCJence J
to patn>na e. july U-ly
ttat of the District cf patented to the chtitnents, are hereby con- t-V Cvmmunications addressed to DON KODRIUUEZ M. S. THOMPSONM. D, Profeworof lihtetries Baker, V K Capt 2 liaKh, \Vm -
la s
rTn4nat to the tinned unto the several persons named upon (care of City Pot, Charleston, S. Cn) and Diseases of Women end CbiMrea. Ueatly, J Mr, A F

CIbuDLba yr tl.i United Stales.enacted said plat and the report of said Lee and until_ the 17th of September will U attended to.coriaottcr. I. X. LOoMIS A. M, M. D, Prof of Casnmtry, Burury, A ild MaUUy, C Miss CHEAP CASE Marine Insurance Co. .

4 And be itfurtter Botany, Pharmacy and Alicrox opy Brown, J Msllun, Jno1I.t4nger
'ScT1o1c.: lcctiOfl lut Seven dirteWrs (4 thbbccrportum to their assigns and legal representatives ; I. M. COillXGS, A. M, M. D., Trofc .or of Anutomy Hart Mayo, M Dan'l 2 sr c\ OF PESS3TLVASH.

Ilbil bbalI be laid on the first Mon- and village lots numbers six, ten, and eleven and Surgery. -Sci-th, W J Petty, Sarah MU t :iJtJ Corner tfFaitr&and Maritl-St, Jtarrfajar .

and on the fn>t Monday in the main village, as designated upon 0. A. LOCllIlAXl, Kaq.. M. D, Pr.tcss.r of Boiucr, hoary Parker, LSu ca2Petcraon ; PEsrsTLTL'ru.c'zLr&tn3.

flSfS nest thenalUrat the library- said plat, arc hereby confirmed to Hercules Medical Juricprn-lcuc*, Cuinp.trutive Aiiatomy Bcnnewre, Henry ,A : S8O.OOO.

$ J of such L. Doubroan ; and lot number nine, in raid By Authority of the State rf Georgia. sal Comparative. 1'hyuulugy. Blodgctt, L Jo I'rkbarJ, Wan CHARTnnPERPETUAL. -
nnckr the TCIt.MS. Cc-Iey, J&me Peinr, Margaret Wilson "Winternitz
village to Edward W. IMfou and patents TSt1E BUILDINGS JIERL
ruom and their *ucces- ; Cheney Win 2 Plumb T Perpetually, -
p the $ directors hich hahlatkut1cndaY to the lots hereby confirmed shall issue to Fort GaInes Academy Entire fees fur tLket to Lectnrci. ..j .. ....5100Matrkulition TrtnUin Perry ,it S Hon 2 )pectfully tcform* the Ladies and Gentlemen CIIANDI3E. FURNITURE, VESSELS ia

u2y arviflt, sppuiutrucnt such persons as now own or i hall have the (once only).. .... .. .. 5 Curtis Cheney JorerouihDreuian Parker, J of Jacksonilie and surrounding country tb it they i Port and their CARGOES, and ctx Property,
w prCTI'US to the day ofe1tction. "3T Anatomical Ticket.. .... .. .... .. .. .. 10 have now opened their new and beautiful ttuck | gauut LidS or damage by fire.
right to the same: Pi-otided, That the U WDenbon rbern, II Sarah
They li ftlO 1ublli the names Payable invariably: in cab in Iv-into, at tbe UXUiion RoLert W T of Sprinz and So jnmer Goods, consisting p&rtlr of .i
confirmation made shall not interfere
hereby 19 New of the eosion. Uradaation fee
$t appointed to hold the CLASS Series. opening payable M 2 Robert,C A Day GOODS. DIRECTORSJohn : .

vrllle peiOflS i-I-er- puUuhed in the with any heretof made and that To be drawn in the City of AtKn'a, Georgia, ia before examination, S25.PartkuUr Eubank. SAM iliijElecau ReiUy, C P P. Rutherford, Robert Ootf, ..

tIedi 1fl &tlcaL three dajs pre- t-uch continuation shall only operate as a public, Saturday September 27, 185U. adJros' nay- member- of the Faculty, ii Riter, John Calicoes, Muslins. Barajts, Ginghams, Philo C. SeJgwick, Alonio A. Carrier, -

Cty Cf% a.tiiIbgWU.' held the polls reluiquibhment of title on the part of the on the.iTAvju Maco G*. au"g'15.fpHEfolIow Fraly, %Vin lIoiuoi, kFerguiou Jackouet* and Checked Cambric's Black Albert S.Oillett5 John B.RutherfordSiuiuel /

M such t4ect.on being United small interfere Row..s J RFuuntaiu and CaVil S.lkg Chambrays Cl.allies, Alvan U'ilkicj, Jencg. ::
tbL4$ from thre 1M States, and in no manner ,Sarah ,
(* which all ** kept open be vutn any taiiu .u.viec 4bl. UI PUL i 0tiort1jcrnricci. W I RaldgLn, I) EUi..i Silk and Lace Mantillaa, LltacbeJ and Samuel T. Jones, -
shall dug11djctr. __ JOI1N P.A.J.GILLETT. Itt
And no peron T U, nrso Pnsi.S.
the land. Irish linens
P if such exist to saute -'J.wL11 Homeepua, ,
flf or have a right to Tote August 11 185G. SAMUEL SWAN. Manager. Gary111V RMberuS SGatiplu Damask iable Cloths ana Aapas.. ,i Sccrgy._ UVLtI AL5 -CCC..... ._ -
Approved tV aGarai
M Ceo Ienb,
l is not at the time of L. C. Ilanktrchitfi.
idicwr. 'no J Reod W IiI1uieIi E. Diaper, Fancy J. n. McRORT, 4ge'dJack.wsrwe, flu.BirERE.tCXS .
It for. a member rf the PRIZES AMOUNTING TO$2OtOOO Silk Trimming's Silk Gloves and Mitts AT J.lCS'V1LLi/
bCi A S Miss Shaflcr R IthIaden
48. ,
,)t1ng or Ct.nIan of the City ofbingtOfl. [Public ] Embio'd. and Grass Skirts Plain andIVd. CoL J. 3. Sammu, I Cpt-Charles Willey,
Fi'e .t Pnsvey Sibhtiry, 11 J ,
nnbIa AN ACT tocelahliah a horary for young Cot. John Krowurd I Sam'lX. Williams EiCol.
Ct ch ) bLa I be in arrears to hogan, Lu:7 2iliaii Siwpun, A JointIuut1'.ubctt Ribbons, Silk and Straw Bonnets. ,
uf Columbia. Timaniu |
nun in the District Henry [March 7-U]
cnu'ibu1Km S Edwin
fir any annual < Sb..ppcr.1, Silk Illusion and Uobenets, Muslin and
Uktlbbrsry forfie lures ; all persons quat- lie it enacted by the Senate and House wilt i be distributed according to the following -. fine,or eftttprestntatirtsvfthc United States oj MAGNIFICENT SCHEME L of the North, and wil{ be torwarded dire.- harris, S Wan Salox,James 2 In Circuit Court Pastern Circuit of Fl r-
or Tabs
either personally and Sleeves Artifi'I. Flowers and
Tote Ida Dnv&I ('oiuitv.S.I1ivLI. .
w.frd to rote, nw.v assembled That the o interior by mail, upon remittance of e Harrison, Mariv Miss Sumueract, ilenry11.rdee ,
America in
by ballot Congress 30,000 Numbers-15,185 Prizes. price, with six P8t1Se ctaoip for pre-payinanttf B %Via, John Muqueto' Netting. Parasols. Fans, Umbrellas BcrrucT05, J A>e. Attachment.
$id P" And be it further enacted.b5t James Duulop. c'ukf jui-ttce of he circuit portage. The average postage ou bound But el* hand, W J0t Smith. 4) and a large assortment uf Hosiery( y. >Damages SlO.tXXX SuaWttLUX

sgTlo% he rei.ialed, altered or court in the UUtrict of Columbia; John 1 Prix* of. . $40.000 U . 840,000 U 16 cts. Hill, C AI SutuliiTe, ThomaiHickuiao ic., &. P. STAKB, > Sworn to $.5bOO.

iunded thiS it SCt afly tfl&7 tauc by the Congress of 1'. Tower*, niayor of the city of Washington 1 1 do do .. .. .. .. .. .. 10,000 10,000 U i* .. .. .. .. .. .. 10,000.10,000 EARNEST LINWOOD, .... .... .... si oo Joued Wu, A Miii huiilh Stauly, HIvcrs K S Mrs Clothing TRUE-L hereby Defendant notified and of the all other commencement Interested of thIs are
of the of ,
the tn1Id StateS.&CTIO ; Henry Addison, major city 1 do. . 6,000 i* . 5,000 (The late book (-f Mrs Caroline Leo Mr Stonsell! W XJautsya Dress Cc.ts, Flannel Shirts, Suit by Attachment, and are required to

%. 6 And be it fiirlJer enacted; Georgetown, Joseph Henry, secretary of 1 . 2,000is i . 2,000 Ilrntz, deceageil. nf Florida) Laura Scott, U' W 1'ants Negro do and plead to the same, or judgment will be appear eutered -

director* of this library f..r the the buiithsunian Institutiou, John S. Ma- I . .. L,00Oia . 1,000 MISS MUIUIAY'S LETTERS, with her Joiner, M2:, E Vest, Hats and Caps,vorts.=- up by default at the next tartu of aid Court.J.P.BASDEKSOX .
U Florida .. .. .. ... ....1 Ot
-flat ifiible fur the debt ban, librarian for Cungiess. and their bucceswirs 1 s2 . 1,000 i is . 1,000 dcsriitiin| Indun, G Terry, E TJuyuer Stocks and Cravat, ShirU and CoUon. ,
shall ue resj THE T/XOLETOWN LETTERS .... 1 23.Wayne
line being . 2tjOit i . 2,000
10 do. .
hich have been in said rwpective offices ; with Muyncr Toiuuon, K J Her hOOTS & sflIOES.Lady' June 14, lS3fr-3m Att'y totfl't
tltn-uf w Reid' ilexkau and Texan
uiiaUbu! may 100 is . capital
100 do. . 10,000
Turuur N E
$ 1'atrui EnameUdBoots Jleu's Loots
the Keliy, course
l n.cuml l during their reactive fruch persons as major of Washington adventure books,handaumely bound, ,
dor APP1OX1 MTlONS. Lu\e Cbas Turner, Vf A colored Ties EBP
and with such vit
designate a : to Jail
such rs. ; person Brought
may in eti'-c a djrect enacted> the of Georgetown 4 Approximation Prizes of$2 00 are .$900 THE WHITE CHIEF ...... .. .. .... 1 25 Lithainr, L J While, Win 5' kiJ do Shoe 1 Sl-ppen, ,
Sccnoh.7. And be it further major may designate ; 4 '4 Ii lOOsre. 400 Lioyd, 11 Wiu William, Mary ilk Gater, Congress Gaiters, OX the 10th inst, a Negro Man about 25 or 25
: THE SCALP HUNTERS ... .. ..... 1 25
Interior be. and arc hereby created a corporate b nly forever WeUer H C of and about 5 feet 6 or 7 Inches
Jhrt Ike Secn-tary of the 4 5' U 300 UERTHA, thel.itework of ML' Bremer,. 1 OO Liner, Capt kid Slippers, Rip Uroynu, years age
Lereby autlwrired and directed to fur- under the name of "Columbia's Lib 4 ii ii 6Oare 240 TIlE SONG OF HIAWATHA. Longfellow,! OOT11E Lowe, W T\ hue, L David Pluses col'd Gaiter, Youth' do high, says be ia owned by William S. Harris, of

bt ii bound copies of the rary for Young Men" and in that name to 4 'I Sd 5 are . 200. LEGENDS OF 1IIAWUTHA-U-. Lee, IMer WiUon, T GLauey Bouts SLi.per, Shoes i Boots, Dnral County, Fla., and say his name w JULY.
Buh to said library furnish and to be sued in court of 4 5' ii d0are 160 the Indians R West, A B :JittKro Bt.igans. The owner or owners are requested to coins for r
d of
United States. AIM! to uu any competent ing the original lege ward ,
issi ol the 4 ii U 23 LvwisAJ, Youtg, Chas Pt Together with a large aaaortment of ,prove property, pay all charge and take
innutUv thereto a bound c<'p> of all uocu- jurisdiction. 40 5' 20 are are . 200 as narrated orally to II. R.Sehoolrraft of .r>ou* calling for any of tue aUjve letters will RDM'ARE. him away, or he willie dell with aeco' inz to
hi official ervk-e
during twenty
wVtL jourukis, laws. Js\\ t l iw/- Si-r. 2. And be further enacted Thai 15,000 'I b are 120,000 yean anion* the Western tribes- plea** say taey are *crtUed, or they may nut CUTLERY, law. A. B. UOGARTIL,
Jasksonville June 23.
Jailer D. C.
said receive and ,
be by the corporation may possess them.
ibich haU hereafter published These, with tbe characters, are faith get GROCERIES. 4r., $c.
,.u&lauflly f( ungreS.mSurIuS property, real and personal, not exceeding 15lb5 Prize amounting to .. . $204 00 fully introduced into Professor Long \ViI GROTHE, P ii.Jackonville Pnrchaf en will find it to their intere to cull

8. And bt it further enacted, in \aluc one hundred thousand dollars, for The 15.000 Prize* uf t? are determined by the fellow'* poem, and are valuable companioD Aug 16, 185G.rTITE and exauiice our Stock, at the Carolina corner, Jacksonville Bricks Yard.

in this act shall be ii conurutd a library for the purpope. aforesaid. If a number which draw the 10,000 I'rize-if that to the Uiaratha,. 1 OO before parvbuiiu else where. As we shall take b

TU t nothing lo authorize the aid corporation lot and house shall be granted, or devised number should be an odd number, then every odd THE CONFIDENTIAL; COSRESl'OX- For Sale great pleasure to trying to please all those who TUE undersigned article of Brick now, at making the Yard a very near uper-th* i
as number tickat in the Scbeuie will be entitled toSS : with his brother
and the shall be hENCE NaJ4eOn[ cony favor us with a c-ill. All orders from the Brick Church which ho
ulen. de\ice. scrip, or for said library, same acccj will sell at the following
b issue any note. : ; if an e\cn number then every even number Jweph, 2 voLt in superior binding-2 OO mcntry, i'n<\i\ la promptly! attended to.Fl wFIRXT
ctkr eridctice of debt ti be used as a cur- ;ti-d by said corporation, no isle thereof ticket will t be entitled to 93 in adiition to any A DEFENCE OV THE AMERICAN PO subscriber having moved from .1.e_.ksonvjll. April 12. 1556. price*:

in this I>JhI rict *r*Jlw llt're'SOTIOK bhall! be luade without the ct nscnt of Con- other Prize which may be drawn. 1.ICY-by Whitney .... ... .... .. .. 1 00ANLER'tN'S JL sOb ilio, FIi odors tot -te a vai QCAUTTS9" 00 per"thousand.SLIO.ID .
jtncy house ant Lot lituatud the corner of 0aa a 7 00
ou Cactern Circuit of Flor-
enacted. Purchawr in buying an equal quantity of odd MASONIC CON'STITl"T10NS Iu Circuit Court
9. And be it further grtBS.JSKC. THIRD 00 MWiu.
That and even number ticket will be cerUiu of drawing a fac simile of the oM Eugluh Monroe streets known as the "MZIICIIANTS'HOTEL" Ida for Columbia Cqunty.i o
be enacted.
3. And
of the said further BKICKS "
the dibts and constructed expreKiy - 10 00
Tint nearly cue-half the coat of the samo, with dditnm, in 4 to A/rm.2 SO Said property was i Stephen E. La\U, Charles. Kolb, )
corporal ion shall not at any time,eireedtbeatuount. power is ghen to said corporation to appoint -[ chance obtaining other Prize SIMMS' WOIJCS-u'mprwunallof Hed- fur a Public Huu* conUinn twenty-two i and J<*eih A Fanning, lie will charge for delivery in town and when

of thc.r capital, and that each iiiedful! officer", messenger's and j All th*e tkkeU ending with 0, 2,4. C, 8, are Ce'.d'! ediliun i>f Revolnticniry: Tale liuoiu, ten of which Lave fire {.lac*', liu< a goodwell 1 Merchants trading under the naaie of Bill ,within the dollar Plankrood and one dollar per tbxxuandnd .-.. e

iltdholJi-r fcliall l-e held liable, in his or laborvrE. and to compensate them ; to pass eien-all those ending with 1,3, 5, 7, 9, are odd and the Bonier Roiu.inct-s of the S"ulh, 1 25 i>f water, Leautilul yojug sIde trjes, and Davis i, Kulb Jt Fannlnff, inChanceryr one distance. The fifty cent per tboiuand for a
rules and *Reniember that Prize i ia drawn and DAliitlTER.2 all the ne tiaarj- out-buiU.iig--, is situated in the *. I f individual for all the d bts such by-laws regulations a* | every SUSAN, TUE FlaliCHMAN'S material
cniaciti' lent dried under
kr tf Jatkhouviilf are and
iu full without deduction. 1 30MAKOALET ot the pleasant and giuwicg city William IL ili.UnJ,Sidney S.How- j rctlwuro cover, are
Uabilite of the corporation, however may be necessary to carry into effect this payable vobj ,. of 1'Ia A. i 4). heavier anj uf better quality than taatax
Hid tV": AU Prize of $1,000 and under, paid imzdutely Ha, the terumiu Uc ell, James IhUnd and James }'> of any
contracted to tie hccured by act to alter amend or r-vnke them ; tn MAITLAND, by the auttiTHE being imported.j&T .
incurred ; Central lUilroaJ.! _
or after the diatting-uther Prizes at the .... .... .... ......... 8 It ikols, I 3urtgag.
wit u other Jebt und liabilities in any limit the aces within which the young Usual time uf thirty day or of Zailee..... The shove described property is in every roe- Merchants and surviving partner and .:: All orders left with Messrs. Hart ridge ATimanus

ejort, ,or before any tribunal, Laving juri men of said District may be entitled to All couimuuicaiioiu strictly conCdentul. The COSQIEST OF FLORIDA, lyTLeiidure peil very J .ira'ue! e.tlier fur a. lintel or private under the name of Pirtitiono: who are my Agents, will be promptly

ictiun of the ca.-c. the benefit of this act ; to diffuse knowledge drawn numbers will be furwufded to puruhueHiniuiediateiy Ininj,. 1 S3 leudeu.for a tarys taiuiiy. aol is ii'.w unJor GilUaaJ.Ho .elCo! Lanu attended to.

1 Ajiprou-d' Augutt I II, iso.LPLhnc : among them in such was as shall be after the draw iu.I'ickets WIDOW IJEDUTT PAVERS. 1 OO lent al fc4UlJ per buuuui, aud wait be sulJ at a Benjamin
bct calculated to instruct them, to elevate llahesQuarters S2.50. SPAUF.OWURAS3 PAPEP.5,. I OO Ltaqure ii M.-ra K*rtri l le.1 Tiin co?,Jackor milE Corafltinant K. W Andrew* in this cnn.e having thiday

IG.1] their morsds and lit them for usefulne Prize Ticket cashed or renewed iu other Ticket BOOKS FOR YOTJT2L cots -c i,:the eulitn'oer at i raud.iu, FU.Juue'21tf .1.. filed thc iKul of CoiapUint, and if appearia Royal Havana Lottery '.

IX ACT to zn.end the charter of Georgetown and to recei\e asMiraiux-s ('f permanent aid at cither ice. TilE BALLOON TRAKELS OK ROB A COY. ; by toe "ffi'i-ivit of Ch tries M Eolb,cue of said
of \Vai hington and 6 II EAT 1 UKDUCTION TO CLt'RS.A MERRY and hi Young FrieuJ", hat nil of said Defendant resided
in the Dihtnct of Columbia.Etil from the c irporalU ,enacted the Senate aol house Georgetown, and either of them, to sustain one-half of the Ticket* are gunranteed to by 1'eter P.rley, 1OO Felix Livingston, 1 even-1 the Un.iU f.sjj S'-'tc, to wit: the said Notice.I11HE .
by! draw $3 we will tell Certificate of PikJtage* it .
Turmtun at ,
1'tfeiidirt, Beiijiminti
Krprucntatirrii dd iuid e\en numbers,) at the fuUuwing TilE WONDEltS Life of Yonn OF SCIENCE*lluuphrey, or Lavy the ATTOIEY A T LAW, in t.3Stae OL' (ievr;li, aed the uil Itefun-Unt.,

Jwmra tn Cunt:nut assembled 2 lat aid. rales- Early 1OOSpn [CSiie in Browird' Brick huilii'ig J WiL.ui 1! Gt.IL.u4..a.oy S. IluueU, Jaiue? Public are hereby notifi-

tk Corporation ol
of Columbia shall lave full power the oiriKTations may elect a presiding officer guaranteed am rues to the purthaiar.CerUQcalt tT.t ILiRIS. retire.from tie ProbitotSee, I have the city of Cnirlestitn, ia tht State of South Carolina SCHEME of the UOYAL LOTTERY cflLvan.e -

ai'diaihontyauil are hereby nquiied t<> from one of their number. If this shall of Package ot 1'J Wbule Ticket?, $00 ;sufc* Florida War, Ir.ills' Life uaab- i Ii.:FTAVIXG tc-unitfd the p-vt: o cf Law, in all the and the sai.l vfend mt, LercuU'3. K. AV.Anl'ew in coiuequenee cf the demand for TUkeU having
lOHiIf 30 ugtn in Shecii, Beoto.ia mrty: X an.1 au-1 the ? ia the city of I>aitiinura, in the Stito o' eseecdmi the quantity i&ined. To rewedy this,
omitted, the holding the office of the alern Ciruit, in juj.reiuc
J be iV-irt(*
UT and the \car. an annually Jtrson 0 '.' 15AJJrert
nnpote present lOya-irter other valual.le ' V t'rt' for ile. tu I.lAmbOd 4te6 Marrlncd. 1 aurefcre, on inoUun uf Fell t Liv iu s- thoprK-e ef Tickets and the amount of Prize*
theieufler. a t-chool tax upon every first named shall preside, if present and order fur Ticket j, vr CertiCcatas of 5i.\iiiRs August. *i.irtriot.'tc&t at Court Jai-lii"n'at .St.ijle Auxt-niiae., a' Un Il-uln (luring ton,"K.-K1 Solvitur for -i1 Coiupiainun, it u cr- have been increased. In future, in the Ordinary-

t tee white male citizen of the age of tweutytme in euccession. in case of absence in the order Packuge of Ticket, eiUier to ilUli.UI'S GODEY'a, fur August.1nNAMV oftne &'*......-.o oiBie,acejaueJ conii lurcd that and liefeu-l nts, do at pear aol an- Drawing, the uap.Ul Prize will be 100,000, sal

uid upwards June dollar per an- of the offices designated in the first SAM'L SWAN 4 CO, Atlanta, Ga. MAUAZIND, till i Itr uePtu1Y..i? iuii.irti.rity V inh nil nutlet* icUliag to i ert"said iiiil i.f Comj.iaiat, on or l liefore the lh. prke Tickets 820; the number f. Ticket*

ana; said taxes tu be levied and collectcd tection.isr.t. or S SXVAN,Mjntpimery, AU. UOL'SEiiOLIMVOhD.- r Augn.t. the t.tti uf minors and UeceuMJil persunj, nlI'ua first Jli-nJay ha November nest, or a decree pro wai be front No. I U> No. 21,500 only. There wiU
or THOMAS McMILLAN, Agent hand. coti-V-'o, will oe t.ikf n under such maid 5. And be further enacted. T\it A few July: numocn ll.irper' still on nHIcireDtCVUDU: by Guirduns und Adiu' *,making
regulations as corjmrabunniayprebcril'c. aug9 Jacksonville, Fla. ervice toImrai.ns further orJorcd, that publieatinn of this order to in all 219 Prize, amounting to 8253.000, a* wilt
'i I tenler >
the to organize beheld at llcviexv. trntorii, u.y
may Southern Quarterly u.nein that li!>e. I mil also l made in foui new>pa-er| j.uu.aed within tho be seen by referring to ajvertument in another

Sir And lit further enacted That such lime and place within said District, The In Xo. of the new Series of the S u'hein attend lo hjvnig l'ezii'c!*, B .unty Land, and to sI other E.i.-iern Circrilcf Florida .uce a-wceli fr fur column. The subscriber takes thin opportunity

from and ifUT the juubage of this net. cvn as a majority may designate, having given Quarterly, under its new change I'roraetu.a..j>, cUiui ug-iuit; the Fe.JeraLUovmnauent, entrusted inouihs .iia-e.ntirely previous to the said first to thank hid friend.fur their liberal patronageami -

frtt bite malt citizen of the Uu.tetl notice in writ'mjrtlireedays to all the snemhers. for delivery to subsriler?,at *5 pr azo.uw.C. U mr, with yroia-.tneM. V.17-ly ikin-1-iy et r "Tem'.er next h Given at Chambers, this the eighteenth day of continuance of the aiaa.
fcl Semi-annual meetings tu t e mill DREW.
Iste ho fehail hate attained the oft
; age .
June A. D. 13o5.WILLIAM
eut3-oiwMca.i>. and Khali have resided at the library room on the first Momhn s By Authority oj the State Alabama. Aug. 9 OceIli-d.Dear Bay.ct CALL & FLEMING, A. FORWARD, Charleston, Angndt 2, 1856.XOTICC DON. RODEIGUEZ.

vithiu the corporation limits of Georgetown January and July. All votes resolutions. Judge.

,m the Ihcincl afort-faid, ot.e vest by-laws repila lions and other proceedings Southern Millitiry Aceadcmy llc) Bookstore jttflrucus at |>i I hereby certify, that the above contains a true -

inmediately preu-edmg: the day of elect Lan to be recorded am! subject to the inspection copy of the criminal order Clot in amy odoc, as OIX month after date application will be anal.

and thall la\e UH n returned ..n the books of each i.f the rporatiotiB of Washington : and Counting-IIon-e Sla'es, with brass ariMiarj from the files of thw Court.S. O to the Hon. the Judge of Probate of burnt
MILL 10 and 15 to 11 inch leave SCARBOROUGH, County for a final dujcbarge Administratrix
(the and Georgetown, or committeo of IS to Jacksonville Florida. a* of
curnrstiou during ending G. Clerk Circuit Count C-I.! County.
year CLASS Fine nioroero BacVfranimon Boarh ; Book of the E.-tate cf WiliLua S. Ltonalddon, late of aid
OB the thirty-fiihi day of Dcccm ber next cit lier.Src.. To be drawn in the City of Montgomery, Alabama. Blank Draft and Blank Note* of hand, with May 2-1. 1556.JOHN. Fr By S. S. MURE, Iff i uty Clerk- cuuaty, doiciued.

pa'cetding the ua> election as sulj ft C. And be further enacted. That In public, on Friday, September 12, 1556, vignette ti.' the cotton pUnt in Mitrgiu ; Fine W. PRICE Jane 23, l=!13G-luiIu EMILY L. DONALDSON
Iua.chujl for'that the of said corporations shall lie 1 Leather Portable writuig July 5, 18oG-6in Adnuniatntrix.
Us year (except ptr- property on the Plan of the looruora Portfolios ; Circuit Court Eastern Circuit of Florida

ldi1 non comjtot nttnti vagrants, pauM.Tb| exempted from all public assessments and Real Havana Case; Sells Cbe->.-iiieo; 1'iM.ktt Couipa/M-. ,2 very Attorney & Councellor at LassJ.trKsOVlLLC. for Columbia County
the stall remain dedicated Lottery. fine terrcctial School fMol**, and a gi at variet
and perwics ho thai I have been cvnvictcdtf taxes eo Ion,; as same of and Mercantile Latiunsry.Ito!Marking FLORIDA, William II. GillKand, Sidney S." FOP Sale0

l any tnhmous ciime.and who shall have to the purposes oVa library. SAMUEL SWA.V. Manager. Lawyer Chalk, Metalis Eyelet for fj'teuing docu- \V ILL practue in the Eastern Circuit of Flor- lowell, James ItiiliUnd, and Ja.
|*id the from shah SKC. 7. Awl be it further enacted, That I \ Couutiea of CIurHoaand Cam- II. Nicknl.!*,
taxes due htm, be entitled menU, Silk Taste, on *|iwiohi, for pir| Irawinglalier V ida, and tIe '
to vote for mayor, members of the each person designated as provided by the PRIZES AMOUNTING TO and Brass Pius, Ked Oif.ce Tape, Muse Jeii, fafOeorgia. _Dec. 15-ly Merchants ar.d! snrvitin ronartner', I Bill for 91 llA' well known Plantation,
ic The Rudiment tuing and tra I'm? under the name of Foreclosur.UihiUan.L' JL on tbe St. John River, called Ship Yard,
*rd of Alderman and board of common mayor of Washington or GeorgvUwniaar SUff Pena and Blink Mo> l',
fcwncil, and forestry other officer authorW hold his appointment tro sears, and until of I'rawinz. 0ett ofcar'lfnr the young_ Smith & Bradford. ilose1! .1; Co.,. of coct-iumg four hundred and fifty acre, more or ..
; I'-uff Envelop* I'aj.o-, Blottiug AT LAW VS. Mortgage less. On the premise there id a fine new dwelling
tu 1 U elected his successor shall be appointed.SEC. TUi-ue Paper. .AT'roItN1-v
ek-ciiou under the and ant
at G Thnjutun Stephen
any Benjamin home with tint
white nil red. iu Urge anJ kaiall sheets. and every necessary oat building,
KU of said coqv.iaUou: ProcidtiL, That 8. And be itj'urthtr enacted, That Will te distributed aocordingfto the fallowing Copying, Ink and O.I t', I'lle.boaru' of pante- ES12CIT IH CHAHCB7 E. Davis, Charles M. Kolb, and Partition Urge family. The land* are Erst rate hammock,

B,daring tin ytml ending tho thirty-first it shall be lawful for Cungress at any time MAGNIFICENT SCHEME, board, fir filing sway pa| n. Invoice Book -pd and IfetcnanttiUt, Fla. .1. }ann.n;, Land o( cleared, shout one hundred a..res, the baUnct,
December next predx-ding the day hereufie to amend yr repeal this act. Letter-holJen, Letter an I Cap size. AUigatar Merchant tradicg un-ler the name uncleared hammock. For particular apply to -
WILL attend promily to all business entrusted cf I'nvH, Kolb t Fanning, and B. UOPKIAS
ti the frt SEC. 9. And be further enacll. That 30,000 Tickets only Agent
ek-ctmn alter the ofthus
wK Glohe .
| agc School ?. lu them. llerculr ItVf. Andruw* July 12th 133G-lf. J-kcnvile.. ;
act,no person thall have been return"oqthtbJuL nothing in this act shall be con
of.the! said corporation as authorize said corporation, to make, i-suc. I .... .... 25,000 is----------- 25,000 ei hy Josiah Loring, B wion-9 1-2 Office itt Alligator. I Office at ewn&nsvile. day Cled their Bill of Complaint,and it appearing Dental Notlee, 1

1Ict: tu a! | tax, then all Jn-rsoiu or put in circulation, any bill draft check. 1 ........ 15,0001.......... 15,000 IJIIJ1.CS. very beautiful July 7-ly by she afl-lavitof that Wi&ain all of 11.said Gilliland Defendants -, W.S.BOSTAVICK would reoctfnI .

*l4o shall Lave bi-en returned on the books promissory note, or change ticket or any. I S' ........ 10,000*........... 10,000 F octovo *ize--suitable for McQuetMi Mclntosh.ATTORXCY one of reside sail l.eyt.n-1 toniplainnnti the liniit), of this Bute, to wit: ly inform the citizens of Jacksonville amid its vi..inity

.ftliesaid! c q>i.ratf9Qafi as subject to a thing promii .ng or agreeing to pay money 1 C.OOOi..... .. .. 6,000I t' be! Bil,le and yet convenient for nie. London AT LAW the aid Ih-fendant Benjinun G. TU run ton, at that,having opened auuffiee m th*D-jgneriau '
cinbIl tax U-f..n the of the said firm intended to circulate a* money, or the edition-W in t>l'lin*, I'aetem'ster lUw- ont4in- the said Defend Gallery,on Forsyth street,till attend U> all branches -
day in the state U' Georgia,
5,000ii.i .......... 5,000 between the .Jtcksoyni1le. E. F. JJahlaiiftgiV, of DENTISTRY, in the mc.1 approved an I
be circulate !literI ling
which hall to as i full rea
II.Idt4tctkJ; and who shall iu all other tendency of tug tuaix an r mts Stephen E. D-ivi*, Charles M. Kolb and

leeti be qualified under this act lo vole money "or currency. And the violations I 3,000 i is........... 3,000 coluuui* Turkey Morocco um.lun;, one plain olive RICMDT.MRCflCTT. | cnis.w. uowszsa. Joseph A. lancing in the city of Angola in tha careful iz;" manner.Xsrve achltj teeth without apai
*" paid > anjf KCIICTT & ._________.
in _
of Baitiiuoro
Hook. in
Lt.&Iafl kmutd shall be a forfeiture of the charter! 10 BOOare .... .... 5,000 Prayer K. W. Andrew city
to vote at the eidf Catholic Roots.COrYISa AT LAW *"* TORS.TLe .
fine of d- liar 400 ........ Prajer ATTORNEYS the State of Maryland- Thereforo.J"7
.ellon ifa'' the paoaago of this act jnv herein grai.tcd, and a fifty 60 are 32,000 new and FrfU ijv.. i..4'. S3EI ) appear undersigned lo cell to hvUU.
stnd 4 against cadi one of the director* 100 200 are . .. 20,000 rUC5SOne porfe.-tly _AD lUiJ aiuwer beau Ierbu1i shall buy 4.F adi a vote, -------- gout Loller Press. 4115LU. \iduals.or a Company, at a nKHjerate,..,
etLafl50 >u than ouoe at any corpo- for the ame. AI'1'KOXIMATION PRIZES. MRS wiiri; 400. SEVENTH STUEET5WAShINGTON d.iy in Nov?.ber neat, era Decree pro-confe price and on easy terms, all his lands I virgin ta.

slu ii,, ui. receive Lily consmeraliAa we"ntuL That 4 J* oOU Z3.UUUare 1.700 pn.V.-. la Iy. It qiL.trIo forinf, blu. sad CITY. wi.l! be, that t.ikfr.i publication against them.of thIs And order it i ba*>furthr anile ordered iu- Western ubnrh of the City, on both iide*of tho

rtlur in of lion shah not at any time. exced Hi* 4 'I 250 15 030 are 1,000 gill Uuding, with colored pUte within the Eastern Railroad and Plank Road, and extending alon -
tnonev. goods, or any tiling and that eachatukI.t.ler Si 175 4d 10,000 are 700 1'RIKENT BOOKS-Two beaufful practice before the Court of Claim, and slime newspajer. published the King1 Rood between 300 and 400 yard-! .
*""*.or shall valuable amount of their capital, 4 LARtJE WILL and the Circuit of Fwridji, once a week f.>r four months, .
tnmitsc con- before Congress Provided ,
and Claim
| any 4' ISO -' 6.00! are SCOKG Prcwui Euuka-rich binding a purthastor or pnrdia en can ho -
Il tliall be held liable in his or 4 Urge oi-la\o to the said fir.'t Monday
rttion in of iuclt found the 1st of October
or YOU- consideration 4 '4 5,000 aj-e 400 choice ouuteut Several J.ep.artIuefltS. by. next-Negrue*, Stock
Jetminie ke her individual cajacity for aU the debts in November next. Merchandize taken in fur the who!
shall be disqualified lorevcrz"1" 4 100 S.COWare 400 or payment *
SHIPPING ARTICLES.A li'uen at Chamber, this the eighteenth day if
? (row voting or anotfico and liabilities of Ilie corporation, tnuaeter 4 '> 60 l.OOUare 320 11 EI LRENCTS Jane A. D. 1356.WILLIAM. or part. For particular* apply to the undersign.

der iaid corporation and on complaint incurred or contracted to I he recovered by 4 U 70 lCOOre 2H) fupi-lytf *me received per Steamer thIs Hon. 3IOBT05, U. S. S. -- A FORWARD, ed at his residence, first tenement Ea.t of Mr.

?crw othe Attorner; of the United suit, as oilier debts and liab.lilic*. in any 4 U 50 1,00Osre 200 day.tWedne.JayCth) lion. A E- MAXWELL, 11. it. Judge.I Jacques. JUS. 3li.AKER.. -

tstattl for Uie drtnct of Columbia. U shall court, or before any tribunal having jurisdiction 40 "' 30 40 "' 500 400 are are 9.COO 1.600 BALM OF A lion.S.K.MALLOKT, C.Hon.S. S.K. C. CABSLL, floridaMessrs. hereby certify, that the above ia a true copy 16th 155g-3t.ertoQei'flOPM5.Aug. .
320 _
f uf the case. of the origri 1 order, filed in my ode, w appears
? a* duty vf 14 attorney to pruceedsrinad 11 1856. 400 20 200 are 8,000 Bionic FEints, New York. (moan the file of this Court.S. XOTICC"M -
A -
offendi-ror ofiendersbv indict- Approved pt. Ijonaiib Jftitucrs. Mestr.J.U.4J.A.OiJirSandi5ky,0 SCARBOROUGH,
Juent to . .. $200,000 OTICE is hereby given that the copartnership
Jjial. ">n other criminal caws; 1,000 prize July 2S-ly Clerk Circuit Court Cob County. i.:1 entered into by Theodore UartriJgn and

ii shall be the duty of Sale TkkU*, SIO-Halve* 5 .Quarter*, SiW) CDREW, '. C. IIRNCT?. M. ALELA1)L- By S. S MORE,Deputy Clerk. Henry Timanna,under the name and*tyl ufHartridge -

Pbe41rt Pot 1 nfiu |i.uj} to |jay a fine of For : T. The Mani en, determined that the Alabama Aug. 9 Ocean it., near Bay, Ja-ks.nville. BAitUETT &; ALflit.bMt, Jure 23,1356-4m*. A Ximaous, u thu day dusolred by mutual

than UD dolltrf, o4 ht irnpruouJ and Georgia Lotteries shall excel all other, Cash Paid for Dealer inGroceries. NOTICk. consent. -
well known Plantation Wholesale sal RetaU Circuit of 1'lorlda..Uuval Co. The Ensfaeas of the firm at Jackaonville win bo
J ot mure than two inonthjs, pur Ub offer to the public Ibeobove fcherae, which fur the eastern ,
hau days.Ad. THAT Ly &. Hiuiisoir, Sr, and cituatedon brilliancy and magnificence of its Capital, and ( Provisions, Tobacco, CATILUUSB A.SADLTB, 3 In settled by Theodore Hartridge, amid wIlt bo canOnuedbybimozhiaownuL
it Etc.z. ft further enacted, That AMELIA ILANI), FLA, the chance of-burning. Priic of magnitude, ha Segars Liquors, Nails, &c., 1 1 3IcINTOS1I. The busIness of the firm at Feraandma.will. brattled -

&Li i ihedujy ofthp clerk uf said Sir mfle from the Rail Roal Depot, eootaining never been equaled.PLAN Bags.C. ,At the corner StoroREED'S JL KB Bill of Coia4 int baring bean filed inCTA by Heqry Timanus, and be 'continued by
.IJrPsratio; on (h reM.ut5onof of tha cor. 00 Aries of Land, 250 of which are niu-ut Haui- OF TUE EXCHANGE tiLt cause, and it appearing upon due pruuf him, on hi* owu accuuntauS ,
:tiuli tax collccior1; showing np3aIk. fbi remaining 650 ere* are under cultivation There ere 30,000 Ticket numbered from 1 to DREVf.XOT1CC. that aid Defendant u a minor and a resident of 1C-31 THEO. U.ARTRIDOK."I" .

(be applicant has tt1drJt hit eciiool tax pnxjvciog Co.I m, Com, 4 e1 4e, a* my beeep 30000. There are 200 full Prize and 600 Approximatfcrti JACKSONVILLE, FL01UDA, Franco-Ii u ordered by the Court that notice of uY TL3WirS.NUTIV1. .
paid On it all in all 1000 Prize the uk-titutiotrof this suit be published i.n some
Jrth Ly -making vf
Ia present crop hard full supplies
from tra- -
cLooi; y to eiiU-rthu naroa of such *. yqr particoUr* apply to me at New- The drawing take place in public, under the A LL person are hereby forewarned KCEP constantly on which they are alw-iyj newipaper in aid Circuit forth* spate of alatyiaysanal -
tlos fjoVs saU tbepremise. ding fur a proiuiwry. Note of hand, given in their line, 4). Gibb having been duly ap-
Wer ou of cor- naiwvUft. SAl BUarrwon.. br, rratng on nprrintendence of two worn Cominuwionen.Tbe Them Coupe HE
Or market rates heretofore ander I
I Co-partee&hn
''qtut. ;n4 to furhith tta-judges orelec.1UiiS41 .. BOUT.HARKISOX, Jr. Number from 1 to 30,000, corresponding by the subscriber to lleiiry Kce-ie, ( for the cpu coin term are and
do not remember) to plead an-
; S4d under tsws ufid curpitatian Agilet. with the Number* on the Ticket printed on epa- KJiiieiime shout the are hereby required appear day dissolved by mutual convent.

| each prcnn| >|orporoR the rate chips, of paper, are encircled with imaU tin or Seven dollars, and 5rstofoewher dated ; 165G. AU gibbs iwer the said Bill of Complaint within the ttjty wUl day betaken Joseph Finegao will eluee op the buine,.nftlm
States Miu slial's Sale.Y and d in one wheel.Thefiit200 mat of October or iJ0 next eusuing the data hereof, or Mine *
tube to whtxa -U
Pbingur5y tUt ou befare; thp our for will please tike ix.tiicthnt I dull not 3 cuafened.WILLJAil concern, outstanding( uLzmj
Prize imilarly printed encircled persons a*
Issued out of tbeU '-iiast the Ltin will be for
virtue of aa Execution law, as the eoi- presented p \uunL.
rff Stbe by
compelled FORWAnD
poii ith i of aid note wnles A. ,
t Uw> nunesjmons in another i beet.Tbe pay -
B fur the Kortb- are placed Fla.COHH3SSONEB JOSEPH
Court ,
ita4 State Diitrlct b-ta fa.ieI.: FIXEiJAX,
.idcration for .Lkh U was S'- Judge of inii Court.
who shall Lave wheel then irolred and a number 1
their re *
paid Dwtria Florida,and U ma raodered, I have are OWEN PARKEr.- JOSEPH OLIVEREiecotororJ. ;
ta'c r. *ht era for ale at Wtcutcry drawn from tbe wheel of Number*, and the aine : OF DEEDS J P. SAXDE&sOX, Solicitor. I) -
e.r. levied and wiUeipow P 1SC6. IK! 5-3in) BeIiecbeaettoce41.: -
30. ?
pon ; Little River. Jose l&Jg213m
Stc. 4 4 1, itjrtiep enacted That to tbe highest bidder, at Jacksonville. Dn- time a Prize U drawn frmn tba other wheel. The June 17. August 2. 1856. t ang.t6..ia t
;bs hic1i la front of tie Cuurt Uu, on the number and Prize drawn out are opened| nnj ex.h'bited LIVEIIr TAULL.Je ron run STaTES or -
h j1 and vat Connty,
: + 1P ia Octuber next, at the usul hoer i>fa.U to tb* audien.-e, and registered by tbeComniiwiuner r VIRGINIA.MAiStCnCSETT Notic.T Administrator Sa1
UD4L? thu firrt Xouday MAINE, -
ahi3 .
1ad a q1L4. deM>riUed Land the pwpertyLf the Prize being placed against the ivill con- SOUTH CAROLINA. :
fallowing keep .
; the subscriber
Lie adicj o my other(und i drown Tints pperatraa b repeat until M linE the lint Monday in AugiM oTt,. I will
nov said Executiooiataror
PfLeretu Join ASawuertir.. to aJUfy puinber HORSES RHODE ISLAM>, SOUTH CAROLINA, ii. DUXLOP hereby nauSea the Public, OX
to b drewn out. JL itanllT band a supply of good offer for sale at the C>art Hi t .. n.vwuauMuc9 oy any *ft< W tin fUster1* JUnk Fair-eld, S.C, aU the Fuses an on furaubed to NEV? YORK, -ALABAMA.PENXM'LVANIA .Li.that the Partnership of DUNL01' -
$ 'cl Kk A. M aU
&i Jr'oriUoM<>r the estkbRsliment. Til i 0*f #. "4 J1ot. coctlnitig shoal 20 ApproxIM ttloii PrttwThe two preceding and BUGUiES to lol. .Cvnveyaaoa Uorse boarded by the MISSISSIPPI, WILLIAM?,or the affair of said firra properlynettledcad Estate of Peter, Picas the ream.J laurU beting,, tba -
aituUU at ..
IVM tituaUd i Magnolia, and aooeeJiog Nomben to We drawing My part of lbs eouatry. oaUtandmgcKiuv. t
SaJK1 of.Cowman? f.ools t4 for Acre wore or | and Lbs two moderate MARYLAND, LOCiSL.tX.t any person pymvg -
no iiwnth. By and St.
: Julio f.-r tbe
aa CtoDtiej benefit
bounded M follow r North by St Jobs River fint 200 PrUe will be entitled t> tbe 600 Ap.proximatlooP llngl feed,-day, week or It Or' deliver property belonging to of th'S
the l:23TFXA. soy
n4tur such atuntioo be h'.le2 to gun up heirs and JitorJ of sd dtreaml
regulations i crc By
charges and powonal __ erdar,
As.eoJkltion Ad a iman Creek.Eact,South aad Watt by Uad* J .aaoordlngUtte Scheme. iiubla on Adauw-rt., W.tfl1A''.T.jjE ti. trm, tu C. W 1.t ifliaasi, will &"t 4Uue.ltoaixuuot JO1fY3LPO _.

EEC4. 4btjiirtherenacter1 a.precribL ThatCOrporat.Cn beJoorinc U Dr.E.r.BLACKBCJtNU.B.MarliaL N. D D. IdiC*. rrar Remember without that deductluo.every Prize Ia dram* and liberal in tho west iiha.-e part of patronage of the town. He alais has iota r ? tNjeL)3IiNJIb TtJD : will piy CASH for tb said L. II-unlojs, for the lame, as Uwjcuior Administrator Et. Peter Pvu ;, S 4
in fall nid fro-
r GEO.J.ZEH5BAr K Deruty.Aupst Mvabl* Prises c/91.000 and cnder, paid im. iii. s.ctimwudstion 0V4g,4nerl as.! DraPveu. I LAND'g4tZ of H- Ja&'rifle,Jan; IZha 1535-3uAUTHO .
tow BT -MI _. ,- a .,i---'eu &flQfs_ IQ. L July 153 3t L. ,
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DEMOCRATIC PLATP.onn: IN. pansiom I of'the.' energiesand" capacity, o I k :: : NEWS! ; V : NO. 'a *
; FUJLL. this -and .
great progreasiv people. ,.1, :

:!' at length' tboFlitform""adopt- The following-are the snpplomentiry r FOR I ltinf@ffi't( : lUas Stores ; .jtjtrptf M
1 pd by the'Cincinnati Convention.The re- In relation to the Kanias-Ne- .in.9t8u laraUdi. MItiU .,
oloUonB'' of tbo' Baltimore Contention soluton I by many, especially in tho Spria -
Is reaffirmed follows bnuka question, and tho of Too proprietor' has V asa. waY'iI1'! !
trhkh'are ; areas forig
: pte.
ALMANAC Northern gentleman,, aadi haifr *
SammUrBIpc |
5 Renlredf: That the American Democracy the gnmmet i : No.. ,. Bay-st., 'Tablo. and. i.3ai.. l n rallytI>,y.W>

place1 tbwr the intelligence thepatriotism .Since; the foregoing declaration I JacksouviMaEloiftls.. iaOiiteineiiU, together with theii B '
I and the discriminating justice was-uniformly adopted by our predecessors : IKw In please Ue.r patzons "iU. i 1r4 1ICI1Ia "
vf the American ''pecpl6. in Nationa Conventions an adverse i A .. The atmoeplltre or %T laTbitAikenthis9prinjr \

I lietohedJ That we.regard this ar a disttaCtiVft ad test has been i New ii so would well be known useless fur to its paronenti &Ad .
SpringAND oni
fSat&re .our creed which we are secretly organized by-:party claiming to ,.. y. B.-BLLI>LAw.TAJlLBSi Md:1O
proud to maintain before ttio world aa a 1 be exclusively Americans, and'it is- proper .4 V SAIlOO!SneMth blotch B'rzi-

.. ; great moral element in a form orgorcrn- that the American Democracy should clearly j 1. : ( 3z= =', W V. ira. naw- pro- aniLsaddhs.IInsacaa< be procured &

rtent enringing from and.uphold by a popular dtfine its relations thereto: thrfor, deeny.V; ,ok 8-3& IIJ
8 9 tO Ii I parad'toexecute, at SimunerGoods!
Rcsolced That the 7
will contrast it with the
; and< w, I foud tis

;, creed and practice of Federalism under union of States having been laid in TUE. GRA 'l3I4l&1&l7l 21 22 23 1 25 26) the shortest, notice, JllttdJan ".9 i 1l

hatever name or form, which seeks topy prosperity, expansion: and pre-eminent ex- By the aid 21L23293031-- o1tJ'ACKSONVIttE'

: : Jl\i" the rote of the constituent and aaiple iu free government, built upon vnlir little - 1 2 ahikijidiof- 11E SCBSCRir-EBSbavajiwrreeeSTedaMn-$
which conceives no imposture too mona freedom in matters of religious concern, Through eral assortment of DRY GOODS, at tbeia. '
IlIA ttrous for the popular-credulity. and no respect of persons in regard \o skin U U 12 13 14 15 I store,which 1 QR CASH they will sell .1, oHeapaa HOTEL now open for. "
of the A
0 I Resolved therefore; That entertaining' rank or 1lac of birlh,.no-party can.JistIy fections, ( 17l8 19 20 21 22 30 23 any other House in the country. They haye&llopled that ho clIstomen.Thfulldenlp bat the ability and dlapoeitioD hUerai_=
21 25 2 27. 28 29 tho "S k1Jl.Profllundqukk to
..p these views, the democratic party of the be deemed natonalj cnttutionnl; or' in. Astnmas, ::11------ Law Blanks Returns," and principle invit tbe- attention of the Public his patOit the very beat accomm '.

? Union through'their delegates assembled accordance Americ principles which factually } '2 3 4 6 to on Mwniaatlon-af: their Stock before purchasing witt guarantee to tho travelling pipatronise uhUe ;
4 l in a general convention of tho States con bases its exclusive organization upn religious passes freely 7. 8 9 10 11 12 13 BIUlh S. elsewhere. la it wi'.l be found the following, with his House, the boat.tha ea.5

Tfcntng together, in a spirit of concord of opinions and- accidental ness. This 14151611151920 maay.'otiUr articles too numerous to mention.- UM cim'., ne f.rehual 'il It .
t That we reiterate will renewed penetrates 21 fl 23 24 2 2 27 1siU J' asil' open under his management and. .!.! ,
devotion and faith of
the doctrines energy
to a living body,. 30 DRY GOODS. he hopes by strict attention to blb JIIII aodil?
-28 -
(nee representative government nnd: appeAling of purposo the well considered decarations complaints, ( 1 f- -1 2 -3 4 Circulars,. Prints, Gingham rate charges, to merit a liberal soar*tSi&aia?'

4 ; to their fellow citizens for the rectitude of former comentiona npon sctionali Sj 6 7 8 91011 Jackoncts, Grenadines, patroDae. JOlL t ZJ.b )\ .
14 of their intentions, renew and reused i iscue of domestic slavery and concerning 18 Illusion (. 9-t
12113 14 15 16 17 Hand n1J.1s,. Florence 3ilt, t '".
before the American people the declarations -Itbe reserved rights of the states;. analnat No remedy L9,2Q2122232425 Lawn, Muslins,

; F of principles avowed by them, I we may more distinctly meet the issue on of diseases of 26127 28 29 30 31 S&ow DUll, Cravats Hosiery, 1110.9;01io jOUSt

.p: when,on former occasions, in general con which a sectional party, subsisting exclusively assume, as (hi. ; -t------' Grass Skirts, Osna.b\lghs.

Tcntion, they presented their candidates on slavery agitation, now relies to Scurvy.. Sore. Bills of Lading Ticking d8J ST. AUGUSTINE. P.
} .
'.' for the popular suffrages. test the fidettJ. of the people, North and long travelled 1&yb IS 192O 21 22 Musquito Nets,. t Ribbons, Braid;, rJ1l s establishment hathorsugbyronovate4
!t 1. That the federal government i i&one of South, and the Union.. the principal 23 24 25 26127 28 29 Bills of Fare, WLaJa Edna Hooks :andEIe .1 been
liberal powers derived solely from the Rrsolret That claiming fellowship with giving advice ) 30 -Fil Chocks ) Linens IMr-painted. dviagtfce. ..
le dcsiringthe of all who been the I 4 56 Labels, tb.tou..h ut.cloaA.tI".t.c.,.it.
H Constitution, and tho grants of power co-operation Raieges Gro De Kino Silks,, ready fosFAMILIES .
-; be regard the of the Union under bealUu 7 9 9tLO 11 12113 ,
made therein ought to Strictly construed preservation INVALIDS
.ft' 14 15 161718 i2O kc.c.. Cambric, Bobraets TLtjj
N the constitution the issue SORE 1
i by all the departments and agents a paramount 21. 22'23124t25' 2J27 1JiLkine3 a Crap, BOARDERS; 4C.
of the government,; and that it is i inexpedient and repudiating all sectional parties and __ __ -_._-_;-. SpQol {otto Cord; lop the future itr* Xlloajjwon, a lady MIM.

and dangerous to exercise doubt- platforms concerning domestic slavery, Some of V BrowivStDir ShaenBteaab Seting, sing every qnaUficaiion, and the adranUwrfu.
.t'.: ftil con?titntional powers. which seek to embroil the Slates and inciteto solely on the 1I.iUs experience" .ill bane the superintendaate S

p 2. That the constitution does not confer treason and armed resistance to law in having to cope 'r W et subsctit fr9ob'cits a continuance of pa i CKBO..
". ulcers, ; Staving. oer the
the the to the Territories, and whose avowed present mamigi-ment every M rtM..*A
general governricnt power IJnUn. '
.. upon--__-. -- --'1 -- C'ttncMlI 1If'.f- ;if r __-&,j.< -----e _...1&1 war mcnta, dip V'1&t .5. Tnllertin Men" Shirt, to the**!assistance* of the present h&>t.... will be .
.4. of internal' improvements. and disunion, the American democracy recognize ohipments of Linen Cambric lI Handkerchiefs &c.,
'... 3. That the constitution docs not confer and adopt the principles contained direction. of AN1> SUOEg.
j ,', authority upon the federal government, in the organic laws establishing the Territories of wounds.stiffness lr.1is" !thwk Silk et.ugvS ".-'tas.. f :isAetL, hPm CUa and' Iftatnea ftt

directly or indirectly, to ae&uuae the debts of Kansas .Nebraska, as embodying ling, M Colored Tics. o'ltlJA. NeWi
L &
of the several States, contracted for local the only sound and safe solution of 20.rell'S, l> '. Fine English Kid SHpper\ Being o&iirery haiti'tDOnll1Jg"of wood,which, ,
internal improvements, 01 other State purposes the slavery question upon which the great lo rlllmcll" from dampiwi Th.roo .COQI1, ,\ it&
These and 7.Wi.
1. ; nor would such assumption be just; national idea of tho people of this whole can be J u. "God Uuskinsu Doors> with. Fkept-wes, and IliAd. lo,wUd.2

t.. or expedient. country can repose in its determined conservatism rubbed in I I I; Kid V ep oJv g through Sta,>soafforisit

; 4. 4. l'hatjustice :and sound policy forbid. of the Union; non-interference wise following _- "Kid Tics, ligbtful promenade oe 369 feet, and pmt,
: the federal government to foster one branch by Congrc with slavery in States and pot. u Eaaaoeled KootSy house from rain, cold winds, Jke., and forms aj

of industry to tho detriment of any other, Territories; that this was the basis of the Both the ] Jlisses' Parodi Ihiits..,. ,.;' o lightful.thy t.tU ar. Tho(House rein confinement U situated at in aI! seg iM

or to cherieh the interests of one portion compromises of 1850, confirmed by both used IJoys Shoes, VIeu's portion, facing the South, and retired feu a "to2

to the injury of another portion of our the democratic and whig parties in national Bunion Fins Boots, V bouses. It contains 45 rooms, andeaM*.a k

common countrythat every eitSzn and conventions, ratified by the people in the Burns llA to inform the citir.cnS"0f t Shoes, in general, and for be._

section of the has a right to- election of 1851, and rightly applied to the Chapped estabHs passed.P. .
country a Ittrge
:: every I Chilblains meotia Charleston. S.C. Kip Brogans, _
'., demand aud insist upon ait equality of organization of territories in Ib54; that by i I Fistulas work, for the manufacture of Slippers, make S.known My to object i ia aiburtrtin the abe'., f Uh

\ rights and privileges; and a complete and the w .ft'application of this democratic Gout Koara Ud' and Fancy Shoes. future, will give my satisfaction fmcds that as this! 110110I0.fwi u,

.., ample protection of persons and property principle the organization of territories Lumbago- and Door Cloth tipped IaitersU charge will be roada. I Mliett s repreoeaUd Uu& TM

from domestic violence and foreign aggres i and the admission of new States, with or Mercurial Lasting Congress Gaiters I 3. Z. C-Ul.
I without domestic Tiles pattern, at the shontttit notice. St. Deo. .
sion. slavery, as they may Rheumatism u Letlicr tipped uyouths' I Aagtutiae, 1-3& _

: 5. That is the duty cf every branch of elect the equal rights of all the State will Salt Rheum Price one current handrtd lists per of cent ear more woskoan for dot-be Bro am;,. NEW

'I the Government to enforce and practicethe be preserved intact, the original compactsof Skin.Diseases March 29 call H J: ns.Chi1iliw.s' UOTEL.MARSlllL.
most rigid in conducting. our the constitutions maintained inviolate, *- Sold at .
economy Shoes Stock 4c .
a large
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and the and of this LO\\'AY', 80 IIOUS
public afiaiis, aud that no more revenue pcipctuation expansion
than is defray Union ensued to its utmost capacity of Strand \ II.TSXD tJ.\1 S.
ought to be raisod required -
and Dealers ( SILVER \V ARE A good sortuitDl,comprising of 3tJSS' LEO- S\XX"Ut. cio: .
'. the necessary expenses of the Government embracing, in peace and harmony)', every States, and the : hORN, PANAMA, STKAW, PALM LEAF, HOUSE bas been enlarged and imK| t,4
.. ., and for gradual but certain extinction future American State that may be constituted C2I-2 cents, WOOL, and 1"ELT HATS together with Children i with large and airy singte ADd IlIitao&I"I\
4 of the public debt. I annexed with a republican form 13?* There :' lIsts and Ll,ome rs. Mil will bo kept u a first clcua UfM. Ua m.3cts .

6. That Congress has no power to charter of government.. thelargcs sizes.N SADDLERY. except prices.

'. a National Bank; that we believe such Resolved, That we recognize; the right every B.disorder A well selected! stock, saitatlo fur the demand March 2jt- UMt MEL Pptprtt 1Wt.
an institution one of deadly hostility to of the l people of all the Territories, including I of the niarlctHARDWARE. -

the best interest of our country, dangerous Kansas :and Nebraska, acting throughthe TIlEnypmgT

.1'; to our republican: institutions and the fairly expressed will of the majority ef HOLLOWTARi; RAZORS, SCISSORS, COF- : HHBL:

.: liberties of the people, and calculated to actual residents; and whenever the- number FEE MILLS, SCREW FILES POW tiER, !

J. place the business of the country within of their inhabitants justifies it, to forma FROM ; F'1or.1.c1.n. SHOT KNIVES, LED, FORKS, DRAWING aid CAVEL3.lullSI K1'VS. 13 now open for.thfraccomnyxlatinn of TravdUnparricitlii ,

..I the controlof a concentrated money power, constitution, with or without domestic LA, place and surrounding that !E ,SrO SCllA1SS. ly JavaJiJ,.who will find haaltkni
4 and above the laws and will of tho peo ela\ery, and be admitted into the Union Mail, and old stand, country ROPE TACKS BOLTS, the will eomGtstbit b.iuenIsbi4 with this country th.cbiiiceattblicacirultM affontk 'nt TkU

U pie;' and that the results of Democrat. upon terms of perfect equality with the and JACKSO LOCKS, PERCUSSION" leases sb Zit uamemitinatseution win"
ic 1 legislation in this and all other finanf other States.- TOR, and with 0 C K CAPS.FLAIX3. to.please tbikS sncceM migh crown efost&fu1tass. Ii'*

," cial measures upon which issues hare ben at OCALA. stock of GOUGES, POCKET KXITIS, .. y Charge aulerate. my
made between the two political THE FOREIGN' TOL1CT OF TITE COVEJIXMET'T.Resolccfl The owners SPRING BALAXiES NAILS, ISAAC UAIiRA.SO5
parties JH 1W
the country,have demonstrated to practical finally, That by the conditionof thil1ino for SPIRIT LEVELS, BUTCttES sail ShiO. Bay-Pat ,
I S.ut&.lloriJa.
men of all parties their soundness, safety the popnlar instituticns of theold woihl c 3D KNIVES, COTTON Cnb BELLOWS l tdsc-tt
.', and utility in all business HOOKS **I Jn t113.
pursuits. and
_ 7. That the separation of the of the dangerous tendency of sectional Getting my Goods direct from the WINDOW S'IiS, Ar ERS. A Rare Chance is i Offered to i
moneys agitation combined with the
attempt to .
customers inducements SAWS, SQVRERULES
both ,
C the Government from al.blkin institutions cf the- enforce civil and religious disabilities i : ; ; Charleston or Savannah as CA5PEX- Blacksmith Wheelwright.
is Indispensable safety the cf TEItS;
against right acquiring citizenship sept. 15 be fcenci
1.. funds of the Government and the rights i in our OWl laud, the high and sacred duty TOOCIII1LST\r -BZAS. I THE sub cribaveS rs forsnlp. his; shops sat
of the pcp1. i is devolved with increased responsibility T i A KNIVES, FRUIT Do, NAPKIN .tc., .ic,, "r!. I 105 feet;q.ire, conveniency staat41! It
.: 8. ]' liberal principles embodied upon the Democratic party of this 4'V! : ( CHILDREN'S SETTS, Ac., Ac. WOOD-T7ARE. such as BfCKET, BEOO3I3. I the depot and business generally C.D" (i*
country PAILS, AXE HELYK3.te.: chased with or without touU.oa good terms
Jefferson in the Declaraticn of Independence ] on hand and made
by order from
.j J as the party of the Union to uphold and : will pure .
and in the Constitution WE ) warranted BOOKS AND STATIONERY. P- S. Has! on haul I Boggy waggon I Cv$,
Sutllcl maintain the right of every state; and r and ( Clank Books, Fcola Cap and Letter Paper Pencils, I and 4 Pair wheels complete, alo a lot of war
4. which \ fwrs land 01 liberty thereby the union of tho States; and sustain board, for CUTLERY. Vafetcn SoilingVat.. -w'.tii k olectioi! ot atfj Bu;gy springs, also a.lyjantity of ready mti
:", and the asylum of the oppressed of every and advance among us constitutional ATLANTIC celebrated School }fI.q. Standard Work, and light reading. I work; suitable Cur Farmers and TinUwr stkii
nation, have ever been principles l Payment to be Son Manufactory ofGeo. TTo en- I all of which can b. bought very low, call and meMay
: cJ.rdinn liberty by continuing to resist all monopod Work counting of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.A .
; in the Democratic filth; ad every attempt lies l ays. I 21-t J'\s. A U'.XEB,
and exclusive legislation for the benefit March next. KNIVES, SCISSORS, SHEARS full assortment of Family: tirocerion llama -
abridge the privilege of becmin citizens of the few, at the expense of the many- > RAZORS. Ac. Bacon, Pork, Lard, Beef, Ton;ue!,Mackerel

_ .; and owners of soil among us ought to and, by the vigilant adhcarance to these Office, FANCY Utbcg, Beans, Floor Broad, Crackers, Ac., .. JACOB COHEN
i' He resisted with the same spirit which principles and the compromises of the constitution J.anuay 2, GOODS, WINES AND LIQUORS.

...l wept the alien and sedition Laws from ou ,, which are brood and strong FUll CORALS, PORTE MONIES, ACCOR- Fine Old! Brandy, New \Uk&oy! Ewiteaan CIL\.UI.3 CSTOX BROAD,. S STREET C.CAUOLIKA,
? 1 etatu'.e book. enough to embrace and uphold the Unionas A : PERFUMERY LL'lXS' AND Whiskey, Rectified and Common WhLkey, Champagne %
i 1 9.:! That Congress has no power unccr sanlly R EXTRACTS:FANCY SOAPS, Madeira and Port Winci, ScLaupj, ie.
it was and the Union it is-the
-fl.- '. as Unit own, -). ; JEWEL CASES JVrJJ1u.Vt: uctioneer
the constitution to interfere with or FANCY GOODS. (
on as it shall be in the full expansion of ROSEWOOD WORK ,
trol the domestic institutions of the several the energies and capacities of this great ry water part in the BOXES, PORTABLE Perfumery, Soapa, Tooth, Nail and Hair Bra ah- I
es, Dressing Comb, *j lapses, Ac. ASP
States, and that all such States are the I and suitable WRITIFG DESKS .-
; and judges of progressive people. C BJBTICULE: FANS The above,which enumerate bal comparatively
.01e proper everything appertaining red for sale "" n.s. :[9IMI[ [nll.tEHr1t
to their own affaire; not prohibited 'irst-Iltsolr-crl, That the question connected t erms. BRUSHES, THER.WOMKTEKS 1 few articles of our present Stock, we offer to
by the constitution that cflurts with the foreign policy of the country For further CIIILDRKN. attract Ibo attention of t tie Public, titwling that arTS AVI SCI.L3 001 JlUJJO
; !
: al I is inferior to no domestic question October 6-tf TOYS, TEA BELLS, those who may be induced to call upun uby it will,
of the abolitionists or others to induce Lauds Negroes Stocks Bonds
whatever. The time has come for the with varioas ether articles toe anawwas hare no reason to regret the same. 1 ,
Congress to interferevvth questions peo- April 26 BURTON GHAVEs'
of the United States i &e. &c. &e.
ple to- declare themselves A ,
.f to take incipient i in
steps relation -
( s1aeryor.thereto calculated to lead to the in favor of free seas and progressive :Island 5 S, WATCHES,and JEWELRY Cosmopolitan Art Association ;';liberal advances made ea Fro},",.
are repaired and var anted, .
t free trade throughout the woild. And Yellow Bluff, at the / Oct.S561yII.
alarming and dangerous I by : I J3T TZR3IS .
mot consequences, solemn manifestations l land. There is CASH. (rJCt28-1, SECOND TEak
and that all such efforts have an inevitable I to place their moral bwusc, and out A RRANOEMENT3 for the S'co Annual Col- Q. PINCKNEY JIUTJ -
.., tendency to duniuifeh the happiness of the' influence by the tide of their successful .aexaniple. ll ef which to J. V. Icctioa 01 this new and popular Instntion ,
.' ;. people and endanger the stability and permanency sold 'I ) CC hail for the diffusion of Literature lID .\rt tore been [ TC5SO, PISC SET CO.,]

t, I. Second Resolrcd That Also, two A..n made on the most extonaire seal F A C T O RCOMMISSION'MERCHANT
of the Union and oHgnt not to. our geographical e1
Island one of Tea Among the works already engaged is the far-
*1 be countenanced by any friend o oW political political position with reference to acres cont : 1l:1 fl\D11l4
:i institutions. 'I the other States of this continent no I less Also, a tract to the New Store In Holmes fcCEXOA CRUSIFIX." i ,

I L : Resolved, That the foregoing proposi- than the interest of our commerce and theR I rer : :, opposite Dr. JIaldn fit's which originally cost Ten Th iM Dd DHani : JVor/A CommtTCial H'Aar/

tion covers and was intended to embrace development of our growing power, ,cr. Apply Office is Jacksonville. In rroing the new Collection the diffn.'ionof june23 Charleston S. C,
I. : the whole !subject of slavcr agitation in quires that we hold to the sacred princi-! I I t selected keptcontantyonfrani1&tavge? ; and votkf of American Art, and the encouragementof -
.. Congress and democratic pies involved in the Monroe doctrine.- Jacksonville assortment of American genius, bar not born overlooked. Whilden
.. party or the union, standing; on this national Their bearing and import admit of no misconstruction received by AND the latest CHEMICALS arrivals,,warranted .I nuMt Commissions distinguished hare American been issued ArtNts to,lI1aOl who will of ee the*. Joseph dealer ia V

will abide by and adhere and should be applied with JUST genuine. Also, tribute of their finest
\ platfo1 of tbe iine productions. Among Paints Oil and Glass
tu a faithful ueetion of the- acts known unbending rapidit3' 'CeM5 In ry, Combs, Brushes Soaps, : them are three Marble Bunts, executed by the
t compromise measnres fettled by. Thirdly-Resolreil, That the great hglmd o, { \ Lamps IJuruIng Fluid &t't greatest living Sculpture,-llirani Powers: :o. 11 HAYNE-SfRKET,
a which will be sold low Clu1rluloll. ,a.
the act for way which nature as well as the of Cucumbers do, for cash.
Congress, reclaiming fugitives assent GEORGE: WASHINGTON uortasal
orders solicited general*
: and attended rrEKPS ws\a tly fOr sale a
ie :. from service or labor included; which act the State most immediately interested in t y, Lettuce in I 'prescriptions put punctually up with care and The Father of his Country; 1\- of PAINTS and OILS of all kinds, VABJf.ISHE .
do Mustard
: being designed to carry out an express its maintenance has marked out for the in, | BENJAMIN FRANKLI.V, ?, WINDOW GLASS sail SASHES,SPTS.TURPENTINE .
I. .. provisioaJbf the cannot, with free communication between the Atlantic variety. 'TEAS The Philosopher ; SPIRIT GAS COTTON FOOT.

fidelity therefore,cnstulon b or so changed and the Pacific Oceans, constitutes one of do, Flower for the New York Pekin Tea Company. DANIEL WEBSTER GIN FIXTURES GLUE aTnlMU3HZSef r .iv-Ir n.
..' to or the most important achievements to be importation and of 34 varieties,from The Statesman ness kinds.
I destroy -
a Resolved That the democratic realized by the spirit of moderation in the March 1 Ib. in a package all warranted and at A special agent has viMt*}Europe and made careful -
N O.
party low prices. and judicious selections of foreign works of Art, \\ ILL J .\ U M. TUN
1 trill rcsibt all attempts a renewing in Con- unconquerable energy of our people, and > '' : Dealers supplied,by order- both in Bronze and Marble; Statuary and Choke (Late Tnnno Pinckuey Jk(.,)
I I grcss, or out of it, litton of tlwa"color that result should be secured by a timely with Ca,h. Painting .

'* -. tne".or? 'h.tecr shape or and efficient exertion of the control which BCENA i & FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS, 4c., The whole forming large and aalnable collection PAOTOR ,
r.. Resolved, That the proceeds of the pno- we have a right to claim over it. And no St also always kept on hand. ef Paintings and Statuary, to be distributed IISSIONCMERCHANT.l"u

:4 lie lands ough t be sacredly applied to peJe or clog ift pSefcU.b suffered to im- SEALED T. MCMILLAN. rice among the members of the Association forthe COM ,

the objec. specified in the constitution ence with relations it may suit our poRcy --r-;._., ft Second Year. Florida and Soutatra Ceorjla

I and vi e a opposed to any to establish with the government of the from Lake ) York&c, Terms of Membership.The PRODUCE
of three
'. law for the distribution of such proceeds Pm States within whose dominion it lies; and] wan authorized River by a a .payment Member this Association dollars and constitutes entitles him anyone North Cometcial If a1j Chartttto, s.c,

p among the Sttes a alike inexpedient in we can,under no circumstances surrender of Florida at lf. hrf1J1 ft h to either one of tho following Magazines. for one. Mayl9] And 97 Ba1..areetSaanuhGa. (t6V .
_li S policy and repugnant to the constitution our preponderance in the adjustment of all]I "entitled an :L&I'Uln fetaiuary ana ramtings. u. .- 5j.5'- JLJ Vi. U. ..jVJUVLi.tX4VlSGeneral ,

IIi- Rtolrec. That we are decdedl.op questions arising out of it. liberal system Passage 20 Steerage $8. the The Literature issued to snbserihon consists: Commission MerchantslOt
from the 'ourtI11J'-llesolrerl That in view of State." well known following Monthly Magazines: Harper's, Put.
I so first
posed class nam's, Mckerbocker Maa.
_ Blackwood's, Graham's. ate Street Boston ,
i!, qualified Veto by which lie is enabled commanding in interest the people of the Proposals Godey's Book to 1s!.
_ power, work will be hips, KEYSTONE STATE, Capi. R. Judy's and Household Words. pay strict and prompt attention
1 under restrictions and rcsponlibilitif United States cannot but sympathise with I payment are ; STATE OF GEORGIA Capt J. J. Persons taking five memberships are entitled to WILL, LUMBER TIMBER, COTTON u4
s amply Euflicieut to- guard the public the efforts which arc being made by the ey, or portion will hereafter form a WEEKLY LINE any five of the Magazines for one year, and to t her Soutbcra Produce.
inlls1 to suspend the passage of a bill[ people ol Central America to regenerate Maps, ; sailing EVERY SATUR six: tickets in the distribution. oct 7-tj OLITZRTEOST.
-.1 A cannot secure the approvalof | that poition of the Continent which cov- this offics, and alternately from SAVANNAH and The net proceedsderiedfrom. .the sale of memoennip ROYAL 3OLLTUijoitt
1boe -
as follows are devoted to the
: purchase cf work
two. thirds of the Senate and hope ofRepresentatives era the passage across the oceanic Isthmus. St.sing Johns tbe E SLITB will sail from SAVAN Art for the ensuing year. of

Lp; until judgment of tho Fifthly-Re&olceJ, That the Democratic: I Proposals following Saturdays; July 19th, Au The Advantages Secured .5igUfaad

people can b obtained thereon and t, I party will expect from tho next Administration Railroad over and 16th, September 6th and 20th. Leav becoming; a member of this Association, are.-.
'; %r Las caved American people the every proper effort to be made to tbe alternate Saturday's. .t. Alt persons receive the full Nl>. of tttubtcrlptioiu .> P.JLYTJ..YG.

corrupt and tyrannical dominion of the in>ure our ascendancy in the Gulf of Mexico aug25-Iy 'I'I STATE or GEORGIA will sail from at tu searS" ia the shape of sterling ORNAMENTAL :.
the Magazine Literature.2d. _
subscriber beingnow
Bank of the United States, and from a and maintain a permanent protection following Saturdays t July V TIlE eili ai or JacUoJa
1 cr.Jupting 26th, August 9th, 2jrd and 30th, Sep member is contributing towards purchasing his services to the ;. a.Jasre
,.: system of general Internal Im of the great outlets through which are 13th and 27th. Leaving Philadelphia the choice Works of ArC which are to be dis ville, in the above branches,and so itl
provements.Rtsoltcd.. emptied into its waters the products' raised Saturdays. tributed among themselves, and are at the lame of p tron31:8J A n'S U.RLL.V ,.

:; That the democratic party on tbe soil), and the commodities created by stroyed by fire speed and accommodations,these time encouraging the Artists of the eonntry,V dis N. B.-andior, Grainm .JlI\IAI L
: n ill faithfully abide by and uphold theprincipleslaid the industry of the people of our Western corner of fully equal to any running on the co.ut. bursing thousands of dollars ttrrouh its agency.1 executed with neatness and dispatCh.April.
S down I ia the Kentucky and I I j valleys and the Union at large by W. I .on, 100 lades Delaware Rirer Persons in remitting fund for membership will .28-1,. .1ae' 01Ltl1l.!.
4 in all its ; two nights at sea. please give their poai-ojfce address ia full/ sta. June U-3 -
V .'r', Virginia resolutions of 1792 and 1708' and l' -_- -U mont of first Falls ting the month they wish tho Magazine to com. V V
.; "- in the report of Madison to tho Yil.i NOTICE. some choice ] :1gtU'a.& AND the CHEAPEST lakes aod Canada meuce, and have the letter rogisted at tho Post Lanier Mills at $60,00.
1; Legislature in IT9-.that- it thos ArrUCATIOX will I be made to Its Honor the pceuttos bis ; I lines both Office to prevent loss I oa the receipt of which, a lot of the I*"'?.
.4 J? principles u constituting one the main ) Circuit Court for Ibo Eastern I win SELL North conaect at Philadelphia with certificate uf membership together with the Mag. THE undersigned hare s will sstl al the above
o Circuit of 1'Iorida after tbo Western Railroad. Route thro1 anne desired, will bo forwarded to of the hand which they beta
!f ; foundations of its political and i iI Vs usual t lime of notice anre. Fells Buffalo any part, low mills Wlpi!
cn' or in 16 hours from country. price, for CASHTbe
according to for Order .
pcrwUtion .
to sell t powtt.
I 1 resolved to carry them WI on obrioe L- lands, situated In Nacsau and 't. John Counties r, v Through tickets, with the prifi- Those who purchase Magazines Bookstores., 73 to 80 bushels per day driven by ateaDI wn po.i V
meaning and import. belonging to the Estate of Peter Puns, deceased at Philadelphia anti intermediate will observe that joining this Association they and from 40 to 60 bushels driven by ta
; That in ticvr of the condition of tbe Cwi the use of bis hem in and creditors 'said estate, S. sale by the agents in Savannah and reetite the Magazine uulfru Ticket in Out annual proporly put .paMastberei.O5Pt1'tha k
.I popular institutions in the Old World a may 10-U JOHN )t. PONS 17)s- Fare to Niagara or Buffalo;928; tu distribution, all at the same price they now shop,any person wishing M pll to
*2G; to CanandaTgua,327.V pay for the Magazine alone. ouyuicud Of,the lc. Apply
.. J.A: high and nacrcd duty is involved with increased Lr L- Jacksonville, April .0, 66.'&tor.VIILUAln.u' i Uhilapelphia HERON 4 MARTIN. Beautifully illustrated Catalogues gIvIng V : fall 1W.. BIGGS" CO..
; responsibility upon the Democracy I I Savannah Jackson \*. Lr :..
_ PROPERTY in MT worth Sheet I C. A. GREINER. description, sent free on supplication. Jnlyl5&-tt. ,
- et this country u the party of the people) AUGV TIN B Felt HALI Our Stock, Charleston...T.S. $ T. G: BUDD. For Membership,.address.
1 to uphold and maintain the rgh.of every :
1$. State nig thereby the union States JtlMAGNOLIA HOUSE Also that valuable offer great Fraser & ,Thompson, At either of the principal offices.. : V 100 Wa.1 Street;If T -.-

.1 : -nd to DHstain aad advance among 1IUTEL property known M tho FLORIDA any articles FACTORS AND "Knickerbocker Magazine, 343 Broadway, New .'t'"J&rttealar atteDtio.'c".Ie1'f1'0&1..4 "

,, : ensttutonalJI1rty,by continuing tem HOUSE. For termi apply toA.. H. COLE ranted in eyer MERCHANTS Y'.Or, Western oc23.GEXERAti. Office, 166 NYater troet,anduskj other,\" SOUTHERN Jaw IMne TurnER I4anner at. LI'P1\ODCC.s.. :::\

ad exclusive 'legislation augut 18-tr V 5:
Orange WilU, FU. Fans ( Adgerit Jforth iLBRCHANDIS
i p. for the benefit of the fer. at the expense IVTiarf.ChailesUa BROKERAGE. to order- for purchasing '
S. C. 7-lt
I E '..: .' of the many, and by vigilant mid WANTED TIlE ; V is YiflV! V --
p. ..t o nuiER, | ,Nri. TBOJTMOS_ THE undersigned now prepared to e rve the .
I cnltat adherence t those principles and ONE Two H ndr U Negroes to work on tho selling at at largo in his line of business. 'Notice. ;

i' t ". compromises of the Coutitulionwhch lUil-lioaif,* for .whom tho highest May 17th 1 :. V VV 'NOTICE.' _. V He will attend to the sale of Negroes, Lands or that'lpQ1 caii 1 {f'I
r '." broad enough wages will be paid. Apply to after dato .application will be mad any ether effects'placed in hit charge. Loiters NOTICH I hereby given' (the S -\,
& ..sept JySEl'H FINiaAN, JwkionriJIe Hon. the :Judge .Probate of Dnval addressed for information, will bo promptly replied to tho Legb'ata
I! ,' :: and uphold the Union jt is and I '
rpIIE for Insurance
Florida Company
r embc I x fir A.11.COLE, Orlll Mi11I. for Letters of Administration on the) Es. to. UU general acquaintance Jim this State. "* be."fi
; te tnio at it should bin the fall ex.- ZZ-tt .1. LAND ; Lindsay deceased. and others, ADder it Unnecessary to srpen4 rt I vIee.i.,at JacksonvilX -.
; (I nif-It 1856-Gw JAMES tA4'IMUa fereneei. BENJAMIN HOf KIKS. I JacUonriU. Injurancs and lukiDi :
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