The Florida Republican

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The Florida Republican
Uniform Title:
Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title:
Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title:
Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title:
Semi weekly Republican
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Duval County E.F. [Fla.]
Columbus Drew
Creation Date:
September 14, 1854
Weekly[July 1856-<Apr. 1857>]
Weekly[ FORMER June 1848-Apr. 1856]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Apr.-June 1856]
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v. : ; 58 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note:
Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note:
Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--[1851-]; Thos. C. Blanchard, -[1855-]- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -[Feb. 7-Apr.16-],1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--[1857-].
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).

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{rot :* 1tPV.LICA$.} so full of promise for-:our country's of the aforesaid lands shall" be 'State' of Mi ; -
any first.organi society in
business future.. her presence became'spmewhat --ncl); and pass over.obstacles its tie': tttt the wonder will be-Rggest-
A PICTURE NCY1'OF.flDRAWN.Se' they're' equired to make affidavit, before the zation was made'on "' : tiNebraskagrounds :
$genuine and hearty, as if ashamed course to rise to its natural ed the ,
both in strict accord with the -well- receiver .of the But ofthisr fusion' le-rc1.- ppw .accurate inches! fcnd nu.merical -
register or candidate
)Mess-Room what a comical spot, proper .of its, .,false! mockeries in the These reft'rences.and .
lightof :
A known : : : suggestions 'strength 'of ,the' "rascals".could
foreign'policy of }Ir'. Fill- land that he she '
oflice enters the take
T.Uk*ss..h>dj',there's DO equal! I wot. or for Oovernorj' we .occasi ji ,.her sagacious mind and honest have natural\ connection"with be *
lithe hesrcns above or the regions below, more's government,ktb' wliich' we arc amp for his or her own use, and for to publish a scfapr'of history; fearing heart. Bo.cpnclusively -a eerta.ined'ocept
Theft's not such another place, I very well know. also indebted, it will bo
Old!boots and old shoes are lying around for the initiation of .those.;ma- cultivation, or for the use of an! ad- public l through, .any of"those sources: "50 was eminently social,and latterly copy, from the Chattanooga (Tenn.) the,ttoral obliquities of man
With bells and rare relics in foreign part found; sures which have resulted opening joining farm plantation owned and that engrQssed in exhorting her conversational! powers were of Jldrertiser. Gov Johnson alluded to kind.: Where there fs otfe "rascal"
are '
prokw chair legs and qnadnuits we in amity Re. to American industry and enter- occupied by' him or herself, and'to- Southern Whigs ,to .disown'all ,the the.first order. Shehad'read much': 'I in the extract, it will be remembered in the church, .ter are a hundred
Bowditcb's,Bourdon's,and"'.11II'1 GunnerSword her advantages had been : was: lately elected Governor within its
/; : great, and by the people and
brushes prise the heretofore sealed book of gether with said entry:he or'she has Whigs of the Nftrth. Kingsley S.: preincts
and shoe
belts together are blended, she had of
their Tennessee'and theassault
: reaped' entire i it
fruit.- is
the : was,upon upon a '
commerce of not from the United !
much Japan' Though acquired States is the fusion candidate in toso
With wifcrm coats too worn to be mended; Bingham: ; She his
was a keen. but kind observer to the feint of the
of accession governor's chair only .without.
: ,
portfolios and pens mix together in peacerithoVrturned the councils of those now in power, under the provisions of this! act, more ,Michigan, and it 'appears that in his characterhad that the : We enemy
been familiar presentation to him which theartie1efromthe
inkstands and soft candle appreciating! and heartily .approving than three hundred and twenty elected with ; Citizen:
\ grease: ; acres, over: anxiety go t ,.he is help and the P
men of narration'wasmado.Iechauica ,.
various suggests
women ranks
coats and souWesters are taking this of the Fillmore administration very Church _
j-iin; great pains policy according to the established surveys: ; ing to get in an illegal; vote or two. i.i
and .
descriptions In
To scrape an aoqnaintance with flash glares and have doubtless done their and i if( any person'or persons taking The Detroit Advertiser publishes the ; ,and she would paint nigh Plac 4.Gpv The -world' is. these nuis
the Johnson
canes. share in conducting the Japan affair such oath or affidavit, shall swearalsclvn evidence of this fact from 'to life. .the. 'interesting events ; has been presented ances. No community is free from
nines" and cologne' bottles nest! call which she with a'shovel from
: had .
Long our witnessed and the Judge I'epper.TIle '
to its happy termination it should in the he she ; them. They the
attention premises, or Iris pen and the editors say that they stea1 "l of
characters Union & .
of the American that
not be forgotten that,':Millard Fillmore SI hall no subject tQ all the and many distinguished says heaven" to s : in and
I With other small articles too numerous to men ,pains bate seen the 'document his own :
tion. was the pioneerr not pny) :'n| penalties> of perjury. I persons'with whom her fortune had "During the late session of the Legislature are inn majority of-cases identified

Ii i Bird's feathers and whale teeth, half rigged! spars: achieving for his country the ,free '. ... .... ..,. liand-writing: GBKS,OAC, Angl: S. 18fy 'i made her acquainted. Full of infor Judge Pepper, of the 7th with the dominant set., Such bipedsare '

Scan book,Sooth; Sea lI1.eUII.and histories of wars, navigation of the La. ,Plata, but in. .. The Burns case! iu Boston. .\ Dear Sir : 'Enclosed'is' an affidavit tion'n4 of spirits:-more' anxious judicial district, presented to Go,". never actuated by high and noble
The blinds broken out, and the table o'erturned. opening the great Kingdom or Empire -. of .declaration intention always jo. listen than'} to talk, yet Johnson a'fine shovel, the workmanship motives-however they.may pretend,
The Realities of Brron. and candles half burned; of the East to American. trade. The fealty-paying presses, that are will file. ., ., never. at'a loss,even with the dullest, of his 0\111 hands. The Judgeis the disc of the times can please always
II French grammars, old milk-pots, the Steward has But for his wisdom and enterprise as enlisted .in the service of Brigadier If could date the filing'back a for something pleasant and ,entertaining a blacksmith- by trade: We pre- discover rr.hollow all
lost Pierce, loud in their encomiums you to, with sume he.was good lie makesan
Chief : of arc : say- a countenance one,as their conduct.
old bottles, Burns in Magistrate: the United few days, so that he could become
Old cjmbols muslin embed a
his. execution of the beaming! 'with and excellent Judge, -to which office
Fugitive intellect
,' States, the. subsequent efforts of.the upon he ': honesty ,
I : i \ voter'in two years, would like it. They are generally very punctualin
; K he re-elected
Slave Law, inthe late'Bostoll case of and with sweet cordiality of was by ft'heavy major
The occupant,too, are employed' quite rarionx!, present. administration Japanwould On Tuesday'niorning, there will be manners the chirch. that has tho
attending ,
the late election of
the man Burn Mr. Maxwell,in his which invited nt once'confi- ty at judicial Officers -
Td Cud two at the same thing is quite precarious. certainly have. been. unavailing -: some .foreigners front this! town call strongest. current-and while there
Out sings out for Steward,another the boy calls, to this time." speech,at Jacksonville riot forgetto their dence, affection and respect-no wonder by the' people. The shovel was :'
I While some other discusses the last fancy balls. up ... contribute his mite glorification, up to get papers perfected, so that wherever she went she be- accepted by Gov, Johnson, and is wi seemingly appear .as serious a
OM")(id"on the Xary is debating that they can vote in the :afternoon for in the when he is studying where he
hotly and sky4iftcd the President for came'the centre of.a;'circle friends, kept use Executive officeat.Ue
Land Graduation Bill. could have the shall catch his next bird. Thus is
II it
Asd finding fault with all thereto relating U Ifyou necessary
; the,Telegraph office 1" .He who loved her and at capitol.
to most tenderly
I If What going : forms made out it detain with church .rascals. While in [thohouse
Som other jumps up. crying : the duce doyou might note
We copy the.Land Graduation.bill went to the Telegraph office,and in the same time looked np to her as one Gov. Johnson, who was: a good of God
mean? them so long. If the judges should they are planning deviltry -
his: to the Marshal at Boston of :a mind and heart tailor before he became a distinguished -
recently passed stronger
rm never to get any sleep it would 8Ct'tD.rYe by Congress as we before arrive I wish i ., as a for the week to come. And
II f got the mid'-watrh just stop that d-n noise, have, had. several inquiries for it since' said "the law must be executed I"" would come mention}they it, as they, might: you ad- guide and confidant. statesman and politician, returned that they may do this the more successfully
Ton're worse than of Tx called Tremendous feat! Went to the She: the compliment by cutting and .'
actually a parcel >ys.w correspondent attention to was a genuine tender-hearted} evince
journ. We shall handsome they ( )
One moment you hear volley of damns the fact that under i its provisionsnone Telegraph'office I" We wonder if the give .a : woman. The only.persons that she ,making with his own hands a coat, Jove for seemingly
this They
At another,somebody yelling:out flan! but actual settlers General "went horseback majority town. which he presented to Judge Pep- relgion. wear
atid cultivatorswere on or Yours envied she has been, lieard to say long faces, and to corres '.
Thea another jumps up in a rage most infernal truly, .
I permitted to enter the lands at hurried, in hot haste on foot I We were of her per.
"Damnation! You've upset the inkstand over : K. S. BI anA1I.I. some young friends pond. They use the as a kind 1
Jotliflhl"Another my the graduated prices. .Thc.provision{ have heard- many things ''related of 5. :whom she saw pressing their little The Judge, in his tctter'accompa: ocat'saw to do hnrc

is making a noine lie calls singing, on. that point, is comprised in the 3d (jcneral.Pierce, not particularly cal From iht Buffalo Commtrciai Advrrtiier, July S3. children to their hearts. ,Observantof I nying th6 shovel, says::-".! thank work with. Fair te devi's.Duty

While some, ramp-stools at each other are flinging. section. The bill'trill doubtless' bean culated to establish his reputation for The late :Tlisi' Fillmore.. all,the forms elegant life, yet God thht while I:can claim' no other dealing forms no part of religion -
Aaother in Apu*';warbles out his sweet notes J JSofh advantage to those wishing to be- ,rreatness: nor does this tribute to his with the most, utter contempt for its 'Alma Mater' than the anvil blockand only so the thei' -the

warbling would split e'en most other throats; come actual settlers in the remote locomotive powers do much towardsit. We:.yesterday announced in the mere fashions-kind and attentive sledge hammer, that my lot has. compel. fa Low a, fraud,

While some one cite swears, Le'thinks it is wrongTo parts of the country but for the'use But we have evidence that he usual terms the death, of Mary A. to all,yet without one point of sympathy been cast in this free government, and swindling in a round cunning about ,

I; "Sire be yelling them'till out hymn's get home and spiritual, I warrant songs;then ; of the many in Florida who arc not U went to ,the Telegraphic office' :and. 'Fillmore. The sad event seems to with merely wordly: people I.where place, power and ositiou aro seem to be their. .chief'ed.." way

I II .VouTl bare chances yon to practice in tlie jttU you pen: in need of homesteads-who'' are already great must' have been the prowess-he demand, some expression of our esteem she loved her friends with all.the;affection in"the reach and .c ntrol.o! the sovereign Now so long as!churches tolerate '

I some; w3I marry heiress,and his fortune be made actually settled, and would like displayed thereat I I.: for her, character, and of our of a strong and ardent nature. ,people' who rarely'do wrong.I these scoundrels, and cloak their

While some want to know who broke the lamp shade to be enabled to purchase the public But even the conduct of the present -. grief at the heavy loss. We -would She never, saw or read of a kind and have been in,the habit of regardingthe deeds of villany,, so long will over religion

So passes the day mid a medly of yells, lands at'low rates for their use in the : administration could not be sup I not, indeed, obtrude our consolations noble deed,that her, eyes did not fill great British Watt Tyler an being be and the church

I 'Till Jimmy pops in,and reports it ihrtt Ml;" cutting of! tinder for milling purposes., ported by its friends,without placingin i upon those hearts broken by so' sudden with' tears: She clung 'to her old in many respects, the fit hero with disgraced rascals, as the hive does swarm
When all to their hammocks
give a shout and of the
disperse the bill is no manner of use. As the invidious contrast with It the offi i a calamitywhose sorrows human friends without resrard to their position !- champion blacksmithing wit
all honest minded
I And the next, day finds thinJt'iu its old bees.-Let
every bill does not give the lands but 'of Mr. Fillmore. in inlife.. but her life and her talents fraternity, for it was he if I mistakenot
Such is a true picture of a Steerage.Mess, away cial course : We sympathy can only pity reverent who the church or out of it, put their heel
I had the moral
requires them to be paid for at before silence do either seemed devoted to their courage,with
Twill admit of more coloring not any less. even have not now us paragraph ; nor we expect to happiness such baseness-and
U-. a moderate price, there would have weeks from soothe the of that she of hammer in hand, to resist the vulgar upon uphold a
S. S. 0., 18.0. W. clipped a few ago the Savannah -i express or feelings ;: was constantly thinking man no longer,when he acts the dog,
I been no injustice in providing for the Georgian, in which Gen. intimate circle of friends, which her some :little' surprise, some gift some usurpation of power by a king's excise and in a short time, we should have
sale of a reasonable for attractions had drawn around journey which she man. I have never believed that
The Fillmore Administration. proportion Pierce i is thoroughly beplastered for many. some pleasure by i a better state of society. At leastwe
timber purposes, nor would it have his course in the Burns case, and the her. But the contemplation of her could contribute to the enjoyment of a free discussion and. general advocacy would not have honorable

The people, of all parties hare been such class legislation as should assertion is either directly made or ,virtues is a: :relief to friendship, and others. Blessing she was, God of the great mechanical interestof. and all in the same bag men to- ;' .
be avoided.. It President made her so and with her death .the country could, properly understood rogues
)!;t'neralhrecognized and acknowledged -I properly might. be .implied that Fillmore we shall perform a most useful duty ; gether. A man respected
'very the efficiency justice and I proof of the foresight of those rep would have been unequal to the occa- if, by a slight. sketch of her character with many of her friends is dried up and prudently conducted, and sould'b moral .

wisdom of the administration of the resenting us in Congress,particularly, sion, and would not have had the sincerely and simply drawn, forever the. richest fountain of their be injurious to the whole community. I worth-his intrinsic merit, and not
\ affairs of the countrand as the Land Graduation bill is courage to take the bold stand which others shall be inspired to the pursuit happiness.: She was reserved in the For its success tends to improve the for his But brimstone '
empty ,
govern- and in which professions.
dent, during the period Mr. Fillmore claimed to be a Democratic measure, proper in that case. It is thus of similar excellence. expression of her'religious views. As and age docs country not conflict with .other, seems to be the pass-word
if some such provision for the Tim- that the influence of Democratic Miss Fillmore's character written is natural with"youthful and indepen- any with
was -
.occupied! the post of Chief Magis- branch of general interest to the the mass, and he who can
ber interests had been. made. The counsels towards uniting in the her face. It not beau- dent minds, she had little comparative -
Irate : but It is so rarely the case suppo'rt upon was country." it with a relish, is hailed as a brother
that wesec anything like justice doneto bill is as follows:; : of Pr sident Pierce are impair- tiful, yet it was so full of vivacity, of respect for creeds and forms '. fellowshipped and
AN ACT less than she would have The Govornor's l letter is long acknowledge
d. When honest politicianin intellect of and of perhaps top
; every cordiality, good-
that administration in the columnsof To graduate: and rednee the price of Public Land as such. No matter
I If' It the struggling to upholdthe to aet &settlers and cultirators. the South-all except the party ness, that it attracted more:"than any manifested in maturer years, but her for in ert on.. introduction: ,nevertheless destine character of such may te'be, if

t crumbling papers dynasty of the Brigadier lit it enacted by the Senate and House lacks," who :would perpetuate the beauty, and as it rises before us now, intimate friends know that she was is qu1tc'appr priate t "I he will only attend church, and go

that we cannot omit to quotethe Representatives of the United States reign: of spurious democracy over the its expression only suggests tho simple constantly'governed by;'a sense of religious -'have at I; last, however, succeeded in the devotion he
the of Jlmtrica in Congress assembled, country, at any cost-are: willing to thought. duty-that her relations} to her preparing my ..answer and it is nowtendered. though moton'
following from Washington open arms..*-
That all of the public lands of the concede to Mr. Fillmore Creator and her 'Saviour were the .to you through the politeness -
Star-a semi-official organ of the unexceptipn- now good,how kind I and she is gone! This is the chief reason why the ministrations
administration present in United States which shall have'been ability in his administrative course- In that character 'were :mingled! in subject of her constant thought;and of our mutual friend, David Dl of the sanctuary are
published that she trusted for her future Holman, Esq., in thc'shape of n b a kcloth' a
Washington.\ Notwithstanding the in market for ten years or upwards, Sen. Pierce is not only to be upbeld,. just proportion almost masculine happiness powerless they are. Corruptionwhite
act that the chiefly engaged prior lo: the time application i to but .to be upheld at tho expense of judgment and tho most feminine to the:kind mercies of'n benevolent sack coat, which' coat. .was washed a, and baptised scoundrelism -

in glorifying the Brigadier and his enter the same. under the provisionof Mr. Fillmore's well-earned 'reputa. tenderness. The leading feature of l Father, to the ,conscientious.improvement drafted, cut, setcid and pressed do with my are tolerated and protected
hands. I
administration, it.secms disposed' in this act, and still remaining unsold, tion. The fact in the Burns case her'character was eccellent'rnm: of all her talents, to a life own Believing this to such an that men of.all

this article to do justico to tho administration shall be subject to sale at the priceof is, that the order which President. sense, united with great vivacity of devoted to deeds kindness, and to'a to be.mode be'm of st expressi"e.nnd intelligible letter character ectent flee to'the

I of Mr.-Fillmore. It one dollar per acre ; and all qf Pjerce. despatched that the I law beenforcedhad'bcen temperament,genuine'sensibility,and: heart. pure and unspotted as achild's. it is, therefore answering sincerely your hoped that, church a their only refuge in crime.

says: the lands ortho' United States that anticipated by the real intellectual force. With.a keen t t 1 -, the sack'coat'wi1Fbe When the Saviour wa on'the earth,
shall have been in the market'for fifteen Federal officers in Boston, in calling .of the ridiculous accepted by you denounced such
sense ,'overflowingwith Merits of Mechanics and TVork.Men. 'a generation
Wo in the' :and the
lad same spirit, on sameterms'
: hardly room yesterday years or upwards, as 'aforesaid, ,oat,the'Federal military from one of wit and humor,'all her views'of JD .. pf vipers hypocrites. He ,never
if hasbeen offered. 9a
le announce the fact of the confirmation and still remaining unsold, shall bo the: stations; in the vicinity, under an life,were nevertheless grave and serious :! ., ;> sought to'cIoak'overthel dark deeds .

of three of the.South American subject. sale at. seventy-fiyq' :cesper old..order >of1rcsidentFilmoreo! tip ,'and she'saw clearly. ,beneath :all We hate been struck with an extract '. "Church-5-Ratcali. of villany, and for this very cause,

treaties of the last national administration acre ; and all of the lands of the Commander of that District, to come in its forms and shows in wh .i.consists from Dr. Johnson's historical scoundrels conspired agant him.- :

which occurred on the day United States that .shall have .been aid of the civil officers in the case of tl efugitjVt" its real happiness, and: devoted her compilation of/'the incidents and .A.iriend and subscriber goodtomperedly' So it is at this day age. All <

0 !before., They are the treaty with in market for twenty years or upwards Jerry." No man ever'executed self to the performance of its 'duties characters upon the stage j of. the hands: the article below,clipped true reformers denounce church rascals '

4 fte Oriental l Republic of Uraguay, as aforesaid, and'.still ,remain a law more faithfully than Mr. with all the .energies of a powerfulwill American Revolution in South"Carolina by'hitri i from tho Georgia. Citizen they lift the. warning.' voice

t. tlped Montevideo, in :August, ing unsold, shall bo'subject to sale at Fillmpre did that for the, surrender and.tho fidelity of the strictest from the fact that many of the: published in Macon, 'witl* a sug against'them; and fo this very cause .

4 t 1852-the treaty with the Argentine fifty cents an acre ; and .all! of' the I of. slaves, and all the "hackism". ; of conscientiousness. This fidelity to prime: moverS pf. the .Revolution-?- in 'ction'thhvepn13lish) thesamcl Wear they are hated. But for ourself, we '

. I Confederation, for the free naviga-- lands of tho United:States that.shall Iris Southern opponents will. not be her own sense of:duty, had led her that.then.: colony, :were men.of humble -, rio.Peter: the Hermit,undertakingto shall continue to urge an uncompromising -
" tion of the river DC La Plata and its have been in market for twenty-five I ableto .obliterate tho conviction most carefully to cultivate all of her :origin, and mechanics. South preach a crusade in behalf of the war5 against all manner of

tributaries the Paraguay and U rif years or upwards, as 'aforesaidand from candid minds: While, too, it is '.talents;; exaggeration _to Carolina had her .educated .gentlemen church,-or>Knight gallant; :engaged meanness-especially tat which- !

;! 10, 1853, and a general treaty"of ject to sale at ,twenty- ,"c cents per reliance\ to'' bo placed. P1':? Northern complishedyonug women .we. have with the- high authorities of the Bui,,against, the idea.too common it fltby ? ._ .

t commerce and friendship with ,the acre ; and all lands of the ,.United : Vlygs 1 for the "cxc'cutionpf; : the law; ever seen among us. She was for her mOthe'r'country.ho in their turn no-, whoso thought that: 'I

f Argentine Confederation, ,signed on States that,shaH'have.been i in'market' .it. may be :worth, while to republjshthe years,. 'uncommonly,. ,familiar with bly sustained''the popular cause, but ,thc. church is A-:huge :fold for black quaraiiii'n: ,Natchez. .

f.... { the 27th of July; 1853. for thirty years''or more shall bo subject orderof: : the, :Whig .Mayor, of, English literature-spoke the' French: it :is- worthily. recorded by Dr! sheep," is offspring; of''the'wish, we! The Xatchez:"CiJ rier of the: 23d

l'.. "These several instruments wereNegotiated to sale at twelve and a half.cents ',Boston, in tho Burns case which was language/with! case I and elegaricewas : '-: Johnson'that'in the first days of.lhe:: respec.tfnlly7en$ : let."aurcaveafc When nit ,published ,the following.. strin

4 on the part of this goy rn-. per acre': Provided, This ,section I issued and obeyed while1: Gen:':Pier o' ; versed in.ItalianVand: had lately great struggle, the learned, and 'distinguished the church! gts.s! bad, as toe? a e'lt."Qurante"Reulatlon: which

I 10 the Hon. Messrs.SchcoDk, shall n t'be so construed as to extendto w"going! 'to,the'Telegraph' *office:"' 'm do'great' 'progress'? in her German 'found; worthy!compeersvin sheltet ]fprl" an tmdue7prppor bn of haTe'jut ben 'authorities -

) rf Ohio, and Pendleton, of Virginia, 'I land reserved: to the United States; ; is,: / ''' .. studies. .Sho had much taste in draw- the 'revolutionary i? 'pause1,Mnihlghsouled church pascals," God, of city pt
; it thiUiine. m rican.Miirlstcr and in acts granting lands to States for .T91.; :'ai&' :". '. ,, : ing, but had mostly abandoned that ,wprkihgmen: sand! ,mechanics c : for from the world the "rascals",will :. Any person, who, passenger
Chirp in: those quarters. Wo need railroad :or other internal improvements TO secpre'.order. throughput, the accomplishment for music ; because, .The bqok.'tojwhich; \"we,refer ! have stole in., It; is ,wickedness :or'otherwise,'has been a aboard'of'0 aboat

\ud.lf say that' ,they' reflect: greatctetht ,'or' to mineral lands held,at ,cttyhthis.rdajv; ;Major General ;Ed--: as she said, the latter gave greater ,account of,the, :Liberty oft.the'\\'orJd which makes it so keen- ".which. may have, been- at any

on these gentlemen; will over one dollar and.twenty-five'cents .mands.and the Chief <>-the Police. pleasure t?'hr' friends; and she''va.s Tree;!'" standing in, revolutionary' sighted'as to the evil ones, whotnfestth port where: -Feve existed at

- torecollected that at the time the per;acre. will make such disposition of'.the re:. ,a.: il fql,'; uponthem.anbJan'd ,/ times'witnitt the present site of:the i' sanctuary: t. ; of tlL! church. Like'the. i the time of her'departure, and any

tontrjr rang with congratulatory SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, specti"e'fooc:; 's' der'their'commands : the harp. Shqrthy,l fore city/'tnd;-under which/'the"' several: .man beset' in scripture,the morbid person who may have been at such aportshal'not

1iarki'lI}>On their successful 'prosctttom That 'everyreduction: 'in price as"wiU'1)cst.'promote:that'importantobject her death, she had began to pay some leaders from the different'' 'classes''of imaginations ,of:. anti-churchmen are permitted to come

'I of tho business for which they under upon the provisions of'this act,..theoccupant ;:," and.:.they, ;are:;;;eothcd, ..withfulL.discrctibjiary attention sculpture and had got sqcietv i ;:-amdng,them mechanics: !'most, surrounded with a. legion- or.devils, of the city'before f

*r'11'' sent to South Amen ,and".settler! ; upon: :the lands ) ; : ) ..powers. 'rto..sustain. her materials, together 'for solf-ih- c ; ; assemble!i and the poor church, perplexed wj hits the expiration'of, twenty-one days af- I
L 'I shall have right.ofi.pre-craption\ ; theJl'1.wsof' : the -land., Allwelltdis struction'ln this high st''.branch'. : ,pf in consultation.-.urjon the perils which emb rrnint( :t'aiid'perhaDinoxr' ) tec leaving such
I ,citizens and:.other- are for, their own, and ''thcn'II"inreSt d 'wita its secret prt
posed persons art. they'were preparing ;
14't ,, .The treaty for the navigation pw f at such graduated price, upon',5lhesame 'to' 'leave those 'rascals'l "'has:)to'ehcounterinitahblywarfare : ,; '.1AU'gods subject t such
*U Plata conditions, restrictions urgently; requested ; It ifrils an instructive Icssontipon heads;in'exacting rights "and 'priyileges" :" the with ,
and its confluents terms "
I. sf..immense doubtless limitations which J.thcpubllc stre t +hih it .may be found necessary -.the use; of timejto; 'know.that she had ;%;\ 'their.'conntryr; ',Tbe": remi- ; b ; ,.onset pf the,lmaglDaTjhOSt,1 a the .MayorV'sees O.c ,
and tne".approval'nof'
III'". importance, upro to cleaV terap6rdrly\ and underno in all is Oi lby 6ciat itseIf'witb.thO aa.its: imputed. fellow-soldiers '
... w !tie commercial i interest' of' the lands of the United States are,now 'p'Ofe tcdjierself these"studies ,. fOT ) $ 5 to imposeij'NoJboat.whicli
proper -
circumstances to obstruct molestany and its:real assailants. .The 'editor
-- and, accomplishments .sinco her father's on adictiori'whic 1Y e.appIytothe
'of : I : i :
.1 Jilted; \ 'States. It opens" nayigaou subject to the right preemptionnntill 'officer ''civil i&thelawful'discharge" ; of the'-.Citizen" is' caread' !! : has: been at any i
Jo --. ; all ..preceding : << ;jrinilitary-; ; : | ".succession to the.. Presidency, assumption thattbcmo.vw.g.powerrof certainly .
ribbe : w:__ gi-aad/r to th'fiag.of- within thirty .days; of their'duties and in ,the leisure! "moments/of''a life Southern.-society is essentially penman,'and;evinces the'p' ofthdt.'pQwer7whicht'places port:where YellqW'Fever may have j
. -"'"-Ior a distance OtmOrl.thaUIOlollsaua the next graduation or redaction! .tha! t ,.. .. within next |
. : .f! .1. Y c. SUITH.Mayor.. alai si entirely devoted to'ociety- ,ristocratic"and that the lBbor of the : within him existed, forty day pre j

. %. ilcS, Jn Afrthee'of thnterior'o'l1tiClt themtre shall takeS1ace..and'ifnot' so purchased therightofprcemptionfpreleyeumonths- Borrow.1 ,Jon S $-,;1854." ;'it.o fc..: I''" 'I>;.\.I'tI'J...aD In';Wnshingtcni'. theetqtettovot:'t1epiaa ,'white mecbancegrd4'! ; 'and'his1ffresi self! ,.the', option, pt..establishing. ,the ding... 'herarv/s: ; permitted ato
contzy" shall again -be'tubjectto ." ; character.of Van able ,. C& W.[her cargo,,or i I
4wnbjthe but .such
" t cmocratIcAutia1lcbra1ka: ;> Cten- ) ndei'mothezs'. fieble'? ,healthcoTmiined I one ; a or-do ,
"awen TO.oy the United c'v0: !I, 'dldato-.for Governor f-Jliclii. 'to ,de-rQh"lh.J1POU; Irayal. effect of slavery, :. There-i-is* J a law"ofatnri&ofbod jeu fTcspritt as that upon,''church ras landt any. person, or 'thing,.at ;any
,-. t'*Ppreh nd, withoutamendment; as before,end; so on from time to.time, 1. "Je"nzl ; Jp' 1111 It "'1);)tMd:II'J'>rl' iucst nnaidedtbe; entire performance i : forcing the white cals'! ? seem more to displayra''thirst other pla tali the Quarantine Station. {

-p t1ng previously been ratified by as red cti n takes, .plabQ;KPfii #&,. ::,:'wrj( maaa;,aii S -iu; t) lil ofthe social'dutiesincident; to/ herond man ijifluriCOuntry;.,}Vjt .!. simple notoriety': .' than -for well-merited .-" .. ..j;\ "
shall 1.bcso
Mhint. rr.other parties. tolthcm,nothing ,That. nothing) i in' this, 'act -canof.}ast'week.-ta-the'candidaWof fathers'statlon. She wa tjoufrh adjuncts_jpf!.his. own energy!; ,,, merit. fame; .The1: ''Citvin, '.'&Iid -'-:ParjqnBxbwnlbw ::The;( place (Quarantine is Jps'tablished -
... IIti th cln&in to. 'l':)':v.1,. y'm 'foll'forcery. const .IAS,:.f. ..J.n tre: mtJ.i I ally, tho.Wuw'.!' parties In Michiganrfor; 'feshoin'bC2 l h ol.1 but4th'aat U q.nd..b.cQImpg"'a ;nea.nor-a; Q ::the : :of Tennesseemay\ '"pvery oD'the lower,joid of ;the'property -

,Ia..".. 1-.;" to.' .-,". em in1g'r'rattr.I''W : tight which tas or: may? accrueby' ; .!Governor?<>f that" tate. 'H'V e,.no n: : a t'br !f.p i ; :;! ,fictitious tram els of''the conventional nowand then give theVV.churchuras of the ,estate.ot: M. Gib

:.' OU;;.:..I:,,:. :'du"the!! !: ;..t.l..1d Juttna- .virtueof any act granting prej- mpjtjon lands. ':t1ie'li, tt1: .h :: ; liQaea ironv.the: \ 'the,.kindness..with-whicK; ; elbe,fiJl! .'jtatiz'' sit: posSe "hls'4eserved'atat1nd'rewans.iavitahly"aa cals' a. ra/cinand/ : thereby afford th'e .about three' miles below.the
'fly ? ;; nl8 awon.wua.l. } to'actual settlers.npon* public* :rau"ks of ct1l IDemoor clj' .J ioulb ed;;th&;=an4 : : : water world a chance'to thin will br designated'by' 'a-yellow f
jsyrj. ejltI--111*' r:;'P.JS}! ; ditd of-the ,..... SEC.$.' Mti4"M 2.pplpsgtoenter 1tt lri.rfMr' (faded. M:{ : ls f"th tJ i ia'lheTenocratic i'yotIDg11d cretit DgTI\f! he :WaS, will traverse'Tho n iati6ns of'd chan 'contains an undue *6hart'of cuch'wxt- and-the'firing of- "ci6cc ;*! .

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Mr.)[ TOTED, AOitvst,TBS. EITBB AH wfti'ones: a Democratic I ", $h .1' > tic antbority,in fcyor of jhe utility of the L\ .- CoaaeetIcat = I

QIJt: :Jlorfta Republican. 4Xw ; ll.Ditbt actriae.: MadisOn thongM that'tha Constitution ,-MC. EBITOB The 'the facts .t- r. improving Ae Hudson
suttoa'atiXrAnd yet he sane House ef Congress Doc Coa- I -i :- foUowiBgj are river, above .
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'mea c at b' True Effect the Reciprocity Treaty tod
there\rcre forty-tiro Democrats who Cf : ,; "t -.. ? wjvrnr might,be amended with advantage, so 0.: to give soding a harrowing cuxuBCtaaee, wdnodonkt, FOrVemov1ngthsrocksatU below Albany New York 11'I,000

in great in. the r& lOngress the power Wmake appropriations for in4 if we cucld ascertain the-troth' the '.. Gate and
for I Of these nine of themwere I Webt. t deb fL EnTeR-Xo feataire stand ;forth more Diamond reef; New York
JACKSONVILLE Yt representing I Dt. There .were in 1839'on Iff. althongh favor- irominently! in the political articles of the Democratic eras! uipro'VO a D. V V mod tZaiaoss trim, which the r.wrrfiiof/{.or For improving Tanaton river below 10.000T..a&oa

September 14 1854. fty Wig who voted Sutbe in favor of the bill, and but log the plc of retaining 'large part ot'the-pubic press of.this.State at the present period,than As to the constitutional question,there has been annals of human affairs can furnish with. They q For Massachusetts ".000
Thursday toprovinirjhe harbor at
revenue fayotedIserT9tioui to actual and U still*diffsrence of opinion_Jefferson sad wer*eo a nicaUd tomerftrart,atpll'lOH who -. Ne ,_
tbr it Considering the, wants .of our the J labored_effort ot_their political'writers to make Wew Jersey, ... 'v *- Zf
tale-considering the fact that even, Demote; settlers, upon advantageous terms. the people'beJieY that the-Whig party is attemptng Madison thought that it would be necessary to were mar, and were acquainted with the whole For improving harbor at New ;-UOOOIn'4X.hlliiettf.

sentiment in Florida never pronounced against We have before amie that .O nr Jacksonrecommended to deceive th<,m,'wMle these self-some scribblers, amend the 'Constitution ,before the system could proceedings on occasion of discovery. For Jrt'j. J.11t\
ot the
I liver and harbor improvements-considering, on 'the of tbe price of the In these identical articles are' endeavoring to deceive be adopted, the Utter very inconsistently. Calhoun The dead body of a lady was found floating in bead a resurvey Nantucket and Sandy Bay .

i contrary tbat in this portion of the state pubic public lands. At the-1st seesionofthe 22d 'Con.- the very people"{ forwhom, they profess to feel who every Southern Democrat will admit undertook the river, at or near Sawanne Shoals a few days sachnsctts JTa

I te meetings hare been held, of both political par jess, in 1829 wb n of.General_Jackson so greatasdicitnde.-As'an: illustration Prefer' (.Constitution' : sustained and carried ago indicating a death occasioned by lioltnce, and For repair of the piers in gam riYftI., .1P5)d

I Jies, t present the wants .)f East Florida in the was largely in the majority, the Senate instructed iou to aa article"in tie last 1ov. 'the misnomer [trough Congress the Internal Improvement bill supposed to have been lying in the water eight or Name .iiu; zxe

removal abstractions to its trade. and prospcrtiy, he Committee o'n Manufactures. t report upon "Sober Trutb, who, haa.Bmca4o say bout which i 'Jfadison i vetoed._ Twojrears ,after this,_the >ten m-4 porf wortm.exanunation i .wa* .held l lI *" t 'k.

and-tjfrnReateto{ our--delegation In the expediency of reducing. the prie*of the public he fcf Iwy-of pie Whigs while he furnishes, OUS Te8otftd.-t fo ?5, that Congress em- I and opinions of physicians were ''given ,0.this ef- The tollGwinK ata..t
Cngithe ., made sgainst'i.and'vinclicote4the.objections p lowered "to appropriate tbner for' the construe fect.She bor'on her head .aDd right ara' aom"rieea the IaAKU
mportance f>f especially i in iandL.jfr. clay report ; an admirable- specimen D balder-dash m relation I deep some of the Atlantic cities IJrr the *

os ou tint .epip; ring this,we marveled that then exstig't'tticy to the eadse'of tho present depressed prices of himbcr -' tiott of post .roads, military and.ether roads; and 7uVnpposed to be the result of a stroke from a .9th: un lS.Lr.

ur honoraWe'jJprescnUtivc! caulil return to his forcibly. that,-at)the') ,ne sion.a b. l being ;dn<,? to: high 'price ftofght,'and the of canal" and' .. for- .the. improvement of wafer i'arge knife;'both amunjointed at the elbow, tion: -

constituents with al lame apology Jbr having voted A Day's. distri|$ntin the f>r>)ceeds the want of a demand.for our lumber.for shipment to C)1I"fU. [several teeth broken.out" bowel, cut out also, and Boston l 104. PopaIatiaY hi 0
public lands States-msscxl theSenate24 : This resolution was sustained{ by moat of the a leathern girdle encircled her waist., Rut 138,788 '.1
contrary t their,lhcsnnd interts. According nmong ihe ( California,4 $'lIia,4'an4, he uiigbtwith equalropVieirhavc stout New York. Wa $17.849Philadelphia. 1 ua-
the representations which hare been made of to SO, and an of the House, ad ijed China and Japan,.and all therest distinguished_ members of the House-among the ,one garment''protected.her from the heat of aa almost I 823 350,000 1 ba IOCT Ill

t till further affirming one-of'Mf, tire markets. timber, Forsyth and Lowndesj;conspicuous Demo revUe sun, and her buck was literally laitd.'o'all Baltimore; : 114 'In'n\
tia river and harbor bill, how dbnosious wire its : : > ; of worldas being our' lumber ,1!
Csptiiciple :
crats. Coming down to oUr own times find human this'subject of dlatolical Charleston ao. '43,014 aI48S
revisions! bow much "log-rolling") was there was aubcutyadopted by the And he asks if yon. Mr: Editor-, and your coadju. we T appearance some &varoahl f:6 SOOO'
I to S. Afterwards the bill tb lfovae tho It is thai forty-one Democrats voted for the bill which machination, was young and handsome I lie 1&:1
passed by *
practiced t get in appropriations fur little "cb". tors do not now feel decidedly cheap. very .,Ofhadsathhintton,17wrer'be
: large affirmative rote .of SO to '40 : esti Pierce vetoed.. Hence we.infer that :enlarged lady; feature good;although the flesh had almost 20 other bowel diseases ia art
and other paltry obje! Yet upon a inspection 1 yeas .).a5l- videntsir, that:this a'ritedaces a very high by ; New Yorhi T.
WHIG CANDIDATE of the bill, seethe;vast number of truly national These Totes indicate that two-thirds mat upon himself and i in comparison I think'you views are gradually possessing the minds'ef our I undergono! the ,process of dceompositk; and I holers:an!tit by other bowel diseases i bml

were in f.or' of Ui proposed by at friends, the Democrats., No man can understand .'have also I heard she possessed beautiful baud supposed delphta, 33 by cholera, and M by other bowd*&.
FOR that afford to yourself cheap
improvements for acknowledge any
were providod although 6uS. .plic. might 'I. ease; Baltimore, 4i IIr.bOwel 4Iaeue.
the another. .
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS bill. Is this the In'which the J/r. J/axwell thinks to be unaccustomed to labor. I '
the value he :
here may perhnps be a few instances in which appropriations lal Inlboc price.> Rut notwithstanding. placeaupo Charleston. were by Yellow Fever; in Sar*
THOMAS BROWN. were" mnde for points nut strictly na- Dem party made land reduction tbeir'measure' his own abilities.'it by no means follows that it t unconstitutional' tp appropriate t the surplus From no source can we glean any i information ss 44 by Yellow Fever and 8 l y.bilious rev, r" ,
of him revenue to purposes of internal improvement to who she;was; nor yet where from. Has :she .1. -
"See" provisions for Charleston and Savan his readers entertain the same opinion or of
tona harbnr.fur the great Missisippi, for the great Subsequent legislation shows J/r. Clay to Lire arC able'to 'discern'the force of the logic which nch being his opinion he most unquestionably not a friend t: /Can one no_ where be found Cut Temperature JacksoaTille. '.'

COUNTY NOMINATIONS; the leader in distribution of the ought not to, vote for internal improvement time will unravel the mystery,'and satisfy an In- Mean of the'
his temperature month
Lakes i fur the Pacific ('oast-the larger' share of ben urjing'a prds characterizes recent production. of Xngost. fcf
Land and his general policy bills. To base his' opposition'to the last bill, on qWrbg- and suspicions public although as yet,
FOR SENATOR these appropriations, too, for the RQ'lh.- of the ; tat Ho says, "Pine lumber was,_ admitted duty [ he.lost ten years, at Jacksonville, Florida..
in to the lands was to preserve them a tbe ground that it {contains appropriations for ;inspition can rest on no one. .
to the assertion that the North for herself regard A free before.the Reciprocity treaty.was made." The deg.min. -.!

EDWARD HOPKINS. the Lions chare of the public money grasps-and all with fund for re'l'cue instead.of donating- i Selling documents, ,. emanating-ren the Treasury Department creeks,or clam digging fur private individuals. All who saw the body, are decidedly of opinion, 194S, 82.11 Highest U 'for. the nontLj. ?'-
them for a mere nominal But his'pnrty: for the last il to take a position that the perusal of the bill twos. lutchtrtd by an expert hand-one in the !$*. 80J5 ". .ii M"
FOR ASSEMBLYMEN oe-stroke of the pen of President Pierce rejectedby an yeayra4. years before do not 1847, 82.40 "' .
the tcto I It is our prsDtneprsen, too, ne'l'cf bad while' "tho question-of reducing-the how this to be a-fact 4 and i'!Sober Truth" must will overthrow. habit of officiating in that,or a ,limUoj capacity. 1848, 80.00 90n>

SAMUEL B. THOMPSON, who comes before tbe people and this veto pric of the lands was rase the p'\er Of dcfeatng prove his! ,assertion to be.the sober, truth before wean Now if{.ja weWs conscience will.not let him as'twas done tecundum artem. 1149, 82.21 4' ii "I*
COLUMBUS DRE'V.Rally JUtic that measureand owing to vote for a River and Harbor'bi1l. want intercourse, and a pore literature .', 84.89 II a- T. .
telling them that, 'even hadthere been appropria. non-succcsa believe it. 2d. He says the Reciprocity Treaty we a Representative Although religions '*. II. t.

ions for Florida, in the bill, be should hn.e'oteda : tbl! co-operation of his opponents, hi le3 r,. hn;. not been ratified, end hence c,1 have no in. in.Congress,who is not so unfortunate in have changed the surface of society, and written : 1851.18 2. 80.47 ftJJia U N N ,..

: inK that ba},. The 'inference is fair that Mr. We have made 11 the admissions' which fairness or luencc in producing the present l low prices of lum- regard to his conscience, for Florida needs the assistance in glowing characters "ehanye" in the bee of 1853, 82-1 'S II. MM

WHIGS OF DUVAL COOTTT, laxwcll would not condescend to !1og-roll" or to 'Sober Truth" require The original 'ground! of ber.. 'But be admits the Treaty bus been 'made by of tbe General Government in the development every thing around us, they have not io the least 185V 83.84 . ?

RALLY H perform excessive labr to get appropriations. for cavil was limply that'we said that Yr.'awel he present Administration allowing lumber to be of her resources; and I believe both 'Whigs altered the truthful language of the poet: The deduced mean from temperature ten of August for this pure,
furnish the evidence that years is
did not till.Ijrt .
Florida' into tlo bill the \ I and Democrats are willing to receive it and they U I see the circling hunt of noisy men "
principle of which be i i8 Democratic We think we have admitted duty free from Canada and other British ; '
was n principle. Burst laV* inetosore, leap the mounds of right;
There will be Whig Barbecue at opposed to. We have got the. appropriation fur urnixhcd a few points of the evidence that it was losscjsions; it matters, not whether ,it be Deal, will not allow ,th.' political metaphysics of any Pursuing and.. purao'd;.each other's prey; A-canr.--' .'

the late residence of Henry Dias, on the Haulover pint of snch national; importance: just tbo cntrl.; thus doing more than anT, imlication -_ White: 'roe, or Fir, it lumber, and put to many man, however honest be may be, to interfere With As wolves for rapine, as the fox fur wiles: .' CXBAKT'S Omcc.. i.
hat perhaps an boat will > rcmarkjnoed-.necessiriiy to their interests. Till death,'that mighty hunter earths them all!1" '
the King's Road, near Jackson- oyster cruise through the hero required to 'less people than the lurposcs for which Southern Pine may beuseH; its 1acboniUe"FJa.SeL Ix,1354.
ville, on Saturday the 16th inst. cut i the course of the oYlter-mont moons;'and : %, correspondents. effect must, therefore, be to depress the market , we' arc represented in Congress bymen peettuD110ura. lL.UWear fir -Having learned from a

his all Florida had in the us it the .- of Southern Pine to of J/r. ..lf'axweli'speculiar views, all who are QUIDAM. gentleman this,place that the editors
The Whigs "Duval County, and li. passed General Hopkins' Acceptance. price our which goes the same '. of tinRepublican
all those the reelectionof louse, owing, as we infer .dilemma of our market;." Buyers of lumber are not going'to enter interested in improvement of the navigation oC from theSational InteUigenetr,'July 15. .and Georgian ia Savannah have pob-

opposed to .. lepocntative in having t conciliate both his con-' .General EDWARD Hopirxs, having- been.duly. nto'extensive contracts for Southern lumber, at the St.'John's, 'may well despair of having any licly announced that on the arrival of the steaoMr

A. E. Maxwell, and in ,favor of atuCt and his p rty.; notified by the Secretary of the Whig Convention high prices, when in a few months hence, it is thing 'done i io promotion of so.l laudable an object Appropriations fa the Hirer- and HarboBill. Carolina at this place on 'the 3d instant sad the

old Tom Brown, for Congress.; opposed -: ...S of his nomination ns Senator for Duval' County, >robablc, the market will be supplied with a stock lot a_ man who objects to the River and Harbor ... ,... delivery by the Clerk of the certificate from tin

to the importation of Lumber "Sober Truth" on the "Counter." has forwarded the following reply': :- from Canada and the British Possessions, where it bill passed at the last session .of Congress, must For improving,tbe Mississippi river below Port Physician of the,lealthfulness.of thoae'qboard

into tIle United States from Canada The 3ew.Saturday last i h favored with another MAT.PORT Mitts, E. F., >ISeptember can be manufactured at.less expense-than .can the object. to the principle of applying public money the rapids $84 OOC said steamer,. I. proposed three':thttn br

free of and those in favor of R, l8S4. ( Southern Pine. And to that under. any circumstances to purposes. (iaternaimprovement. For the Des Jlomes. rapids. ., in the."Mississippi Charleston and tbe Charleston,steamer*,I desire,
duty; of the veracious expositions of"& ? ,Truth." who Dear & : Your favor of the 1st instant is at say thew are different DUVAL. river : 18OOC

the people cutting Light Wood on thinks, as be says, be has "nailed to the counter" band; for,want of opportunity, i could not be kinds of lumbor and cannot therefore ester into '. 'S. For ihe Rock Hirer. rapids, in the. Mississippi '. through the medium ,of a
earlier: replied being no You competition with each is rOB THE BKPCBL1CAX. river 18,000 piillie isaialof. the charge. The cheers referred
other ridiculous-
the Pablic Land: arc requested to at- the "gross errors" of "the man of the JtepvMie,. ttbcr mal. say simply
of tbo Mississippi
For the Dubnque
therinI: mv duty to } von of As well might the who has his well to were proponed by a private citiscn of the Iowa,
butcher covered
tend. Come one, come all. and his Whig friends. Tbe counter ant tobrietyarc your unaDilous nomination the.Whig County Keep off on?, Platform. river, 15,00 as is well understood in this community..
8 naturalassociated! that .one may pass for: the Whig candidate for the office stall(f beef say that his neighbor,whose adjoiningstall For the navigation of the Illinois river, lt>,tXK
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Cmcnton. is loaded'down with ALLIGATOR Sept. 6 1854.Jr. For the Missouri river 40XK( It baa been, and will continue to bemy purpose
what leaves ether.Sobernttt : t represent Duval .County in pork or mutton venisonor improving
i professes and too will upon tho the next General ASmbv. fish, is not in competition with hint, because the Editor: Have you not 'noticed of late"tha For improving tbd.Ohio including the, to endeavor to sustain jhe dignity pf"the.poAfaqo
The steamer Florida did not make her appearance Tt/tA. pass very respectably In accepting a tendered with such repair of the dam at Cumberlaud is- to which by the kind,partiality of ftllow-eiti-
meat of bin the Democrats shove my
to off from .
neighbor was not beef but something are trying us our ;
p bere on Sunday last. together; bnt when Truth finds.himlllJfin ba unanimity by the Whigs of this county, I feel, in land, 190,Ijoo IJaa been elevated'as well as tiitWuDj to
.. else while all and platform and to take .to themselves of of the Louisville and acne
-- and leaves tnltr to stand his COM of election, thereare are used necessary sustain some our For the navigation ,
on .own my ,weiglityrrespmsi- execute the lav"of the Tor*.
The.amount of State tax for this county reported cmpny.I # is inevitable."Jobtr" bilitics devolving upon me, at the next-session ol human life; and if one can be purchased so as to principles, so gradually that they:think:we cannot Portland canal, 23.000 .I have the honor to be. '

to the Board of County Commissioners at their finds himself just in this in the the Assembly. We should, also, recollect there i is be more economically used than the others it win perceive it? Though they are opposed to the doctrine For impooving the Tennessee river, 35,000 Your most obedient srvant.-t'
plight the Arkansas river
late meeting, was :: ,78 2 7$ for the past year. The an important election depending on the-success of For improving 40,000 F.c. BARRETT-
of of Internal
course take the preference not to the Improvements wish to
bough they yet and .
last Jiinot, and mutters a long strain of incoheren our efforts-! mean a Representative to Congress. For. snag-boats, one dredge-boat IlrnJmL-
amount of the County---tax.-was---11.- 391 89. ces about the its candidate editor, Rn'd For I can only say, if successful, every effort extent, perhaps of entirely destroying the market make us believe that they are as much in favor of' scows tor the Mississippi Missouri Illinois !- .

The mails-.Treatment to our Community. Whig RfpublCf. utk, him myser made to promote the interest of the for the other kinds, yet it 'must have the effect of them as the Whigs. What did the great Lion of' .% Ohio and.Arkansas rivers,' 70,000 MARRIED.* .
"dis'l'eriel. beholding .. more and State in which I For continuing the.Delaware breakwater, On the evenuagetbitthie&t.. by Rev.D. Raft-
in than in County rider depressing the price and diminishing the sales.- Democracy the Democratic candidate for Congress, .
sorrow anger, : catching! a few Delaware, 30,000
oursclf with
We have a mere narrative complete will. be sir, to thanks
of the circumstances transpiring in regard to sentences, is compelled to b honest and t disown for thatrtion plclle.your letter,accept relating my more directly Now, 0 sir, there' is no objection to fair'competitionin say, in his speech at, Alligator on the 2d instant For the harbor on the east side of Reedy kins W.a West Esq-toMissv Jane E.West bfe

what expected him : to an expressed in the latter paragraph business, but when enactment or treaty I am a Democrat, and do not.expect to take one Island Delaware, 30,000 South Carolina. -
the between the of tbe steamer Sot t : m1lell
difficulty Captain Sbr says For the harbor of Newcastle, Delaware 15,000 -.
Welala and our Town authorities not wishing to "Mr. Drew baa given ont an to a Bar of I ame.friend and stipulation our Government makes bargain with a step backward.. What does be say next? "1 baTe For Patapaco river, Maryland from Fort With the above notice, we received i t the vsoal

t give publicity to a word which might becue to be held at C.ipt. Dins's n'xterk., at which am., your senfnt.ED. HOPKINS.L. foreign Government, so that our people arc I losers done all I can for,Internal Improvements." Will o McHenry to its mouth oooo compliment and perquisite to the p ntofae.
exasperate the feeling with which the unfortunate that agitation.(Pine" Lumber) is to be the great 0 subject of I. FLEMING, and the foreign Government are the gainers at our the people be duped with such 'assertion as this, For removing, obstructions in the Snsqnehannah .' of excellent wedding-cake. JfcoyJuppy/d, .

Sifretary Whiff te. erpenlle'we claim thiright to declare that those fellow-citizens? Has not this short-sighted candidate o river, Maryland, 35,000 '
affiur seemed accompanied; but as a public journalist Tntth mark that a Xo. 1, and says Sotur did'ntsee Ontnlw7. For steam-dredges steam-tug, equip- tbe.weddedcouple ,
to in the Sylvester Bryant is the'Wiicanciidate for the who hare made the bargain for us arc incompetent. publicly asserted that he justified his'TOte mcnts and discharging scows for the residence of L.T.ifiepberson
expected r led some measure prevailing straight when he read the invitation, salt was On the 80th just at the -
Legislature in Levy county and John Duncan the and have not 'done us justice; and as a matter of against the River and Harbor Rill-that he would Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic coast, 50,000
sense of our community at deprivations given by tbe Etecutite Committee, and not by Mr. Esq. River St-Charies. by the Bev. Dr.
shall bold for hare voted it it it had contained For improving the navigation. of James
candidate of the course we them responsible a high against even appropriations '
which; appear to be wantonly cntinued. we cannot Drew. Democracy. '- Cook/Fraaeis Ide-Wheoton Esql: Barrister SLaw
t% ,7 'longer restrain. an exprcio of sntiment which No.-2 is noted as follows: Although it has been at't hat both parties dereliction of duty, the assertions cf office holders for improvements 0 in Florida and For river improving the Jppomattox,ru- Jacksonville, Florida, to Harriet Hayward.

1. the withholding of tbe mails and persistent disregard "In the first place I would inform them that pine unit on MAjor John Parsons as the.only candi: and office seekers to the contrary notwithstanding therefore in effect denied what he nos said to us. ginia, 50,000 second daughter of,the late Charles A. Itoe'

of our quarantine laws naturally plmpt lumber was admitted duty free !for the Reciprocity dat for the House from Hernando, we since leaf It is not enough that we must have the wool pulled Shame on such electioneering be it from Whig or For re-opening a communication between chant of Quebec. -
the Ibemarie Sound in North Carolina
was concluded and over our so that not these Democrat! Hear, then, again in the langullge'of
The mails are perhaps the only material want which treaty consequently that the have put their own candidate in eyes we may see iniquities Ocean
Whig and the Atlantic 50,000 .
bos been occasioned by this state of The cerned our lumber,just lind.i now did, far 8 tbe Jaw is con the field. but we must also'submit to' have the gag a writer in one of our papers, signing himself' For improving the harbor of Charleston, MARINE' LIST-PORT OF JACXSONVIUI.ENTERED..

tbing thrust into our mouths so that we cannot give ut. "Columbia:" "We want a Bank!" and this want South Carolina, 'oooo *
it business Dimbar .
public aro icn'l'enieuec by Truth can't stand that-.whatever tiyJilntti there Health of Savannah and Charleston Sept. 6. schr.Wm. Carroll BosIn4'
men,having Itrge relations with the North are in the and tcrance tour indignation,at the I'rODjand indignities justified to the dilapidated politicians who have For improving the Savannah river Georgia 11. Industry, -*-,St. Aagastuw1

by Our principal mails bare been arriving may b money t quotes from the By the politeness of Colonel BHTANT, we have attempted perpetrated upon us by those ever opposed Banks but are now in favor of Banks For .the Indian river and 70,000 .CLEARED.Sept. .
8ulerr it tariff law which is
by way of Savannah, and no mail has been these words, be t b superee in schedule by the Treaty '! been furnished with a copy of the Savannah RewUicnn in power. It will take some one who is really entitled to win the favor of the people. People of Colum Mosquito lagoon, at Hsulover, Florida 4. ..12.11.'gchr.bark Iiighiss Kensington,BeewiCk ShnundaNew'Tert.Riodelsaeiro.

hero from that city since Sod ofJugst t D. o the of the 9th, and a Georyianct the 10th inst, to the name "Sober Troth" to preach bio, do not be led by those who deny the correctness 5,000

.Minf because of the refusal of the to Captain to Tariff of 1846: "Hoard, Planks, Staves, from which we gather the following items: morality to the Whig party, or members of the of such measures in theory but-are compelled For improving the barbor'or Mobile HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.-Among all the idle sMdics-
"Laths,Scantling, Spars, Hewn and Saw. Alabama 100,000 meats of the day the name of which fill the cca-
Friday,September 8th-Total interments > 20 Whig party for if they are unable to read and to favor them before the people.
cler mails on the .chart I th: is by instruction "ed Timber, and Timber to For the harbor of Lake Pontchartrain, mon ear to nausea we would not include. Hollo-
) by an overstrained to tke letter b need in I From Yellow Fever 13 inform themselves they decline 0'take: the When Mr. Maxwell made his speech here, he near New Orleans Louisiana, 25,000 way's Fills celebrated both here and ut Euroer.
.,if law, it has an appearance of perverseness rel"r4 whichis "building wharves, and Cedar wood-20 Saturday September.9th-Total interments, 33 advice of,this writer to go to Democratic speakera was so indisposed that it required an apology to For improving channels at the mouthsof for:their wonderful curative properbes. A tcMIiIII
V. "per cent. ad valorem." Truth pledges him the Mississippi river, 330,000 discrimination has taught us the their rtpatateois
en nggravat'on; and an justifiable trifling; with From Yellow Fever -14 or to the Democratic press at the present juncture the people of Columbia county f but if you bad
self for the correctness of these continuing thenavigationc1CtbeCotondo :, '. -ephemeral bat solid substantial tot,
words from the .
: In the Deaths Charleston from Yellow Fever,Wednesday for enlightenment TRUTH. heard him in too Court House you would ,bar the intelligent
our community. regard & quarantine laws, and thinks the i river, Texas 10,000. a long and useful existence among
and the passing of the line by the Welala on her taif 20 per cent. being taken off ,. ,.Scptmb'C. 15.. : .. thought,his lungs not much affected by. his ill- For survey of the harbors of Galveston I the refined and the diseerning. ...Tber.srto
lumber by the Treaty may Sola.r Bome Rut sick well )Jr. Maxwell' and Paso Texas 4,000 be met with its every'portion -or the e Tsrf
last trip, aa was the case, becomes the Storm in Savannah., [rOB THE aUIiRLJ y.J] ness. or never can
Cpt KIlo of the doubters as to the natural eflcct of that treaty > such Governor Brown with For repairs and presovation of the public Globe, and in every spot their virtues are aQoded
supervisor of our laws, and tbe umpire of our rightto on Florida pine. From the same we learn that the storm 3Ir. Maxwell and Internal Improvements.Mr. a man as ,succcs property and contingencies of river to with grateful enthusiasm tbat_well endorses
p '
establish them; and instead of the subject yielding I" pe. before 'the people.. There i is too much of the and harbor improvements on. .the Atlantic tbeir'c&lC and virtues.- They are 110& "way
Truth is amused Sdbtr't quoting.{ the which we felt here,was in Savannah and ricmlty a about him. Look, his and Gulf .Ac, .but are* *
to their operation, even though might a Editor: Mantis, proverbially inconsistent modern quibble course in coasts 15,000 designed for* special complaint,: *
by -
," tber tctyp and his assertion thereon, a fcrrificbnrricancr doing an' amount of injury t b giving out the offices of our county. Look at his For removing obstruction at.Colbert'* tive and cure, by removing. from th. ,11teID tit-
p found fl. in animal but the of
possibility b some w their application, inconsistency our friend Phoalsjin he Tennessee river 25,O thus an eI **
"ART. 5 l, The present treaty take effect as estimated only by Houses,are unroofed_ ments of disease 7crating'in
.hal Will
the :w-ma1inJ provjded by enactment of, anon as the laws required to cirry I Into operation vessels in the oiions ashore or-otherwise Cole! is.rather,more conspicuous than that of,tbe course in Congress. yon,.good people, open For improving East Pascagonla riTerbi nary manner in most all 1rhidl-.

the Stt iSet;and the subject becomes I shall hive-b passed bv the Imperial Parliamentsof rest of his kind. He. thinks. it a. pity that the your eyes?. Never become instrumental ineleva, the removal' of.the 'bar- .-the* -.month. nature is zubjoct.r-.Yeje York ttt,X*_**,'*!**
a the tbo river Ac. '
the superior. Though our quarantine laws i tbos British American clouiel which; injured' drI'blon across Whigs will persist in appealing to the ignorance of! ting such 4 man, with such politics,.for he'.will be thereof; : 9,900. oerat.' V
may b are affected by this treaty on the and by ; 'The damage plantations is unprecedented. -: For a levee across the river San Diego. -
.iolat and the U. S. mails b withheld from the the Congress-of the United States on tb; other.' is doubtful whether rice enough will the people' ,. and. .that, their use of Jap- 'I' productive. 'oC. no good results; -to our State. ', California, 20,000 -NOTICE.- ,.* ** *

..special cnltcin.we hope it may 1 "Not Off then) Z.1arr ytt been panted.. saved on I the Savannah river for seed. b. llwal tbe opinions of'Floidians, i is very pdi u. ., -_-. I ,, 'PINY t." :WOODS..S. .For the preservation public property improvements ADMINISTRATION .Felix LmnBtoo,Jodp Ode-
Western of
"a '
b followed by that )Ic 1 r rs whch is certainly i Truth; excuses as unde the influence.of the We may expect to bear'awful accounts. ol', lous. Why then, if the gentleman' is thus:affected 'l[rOB TEl rI1DL1C49; ] contingencies, ". river: ; :10,000 ber ofl'robateSrbuvsl next, will be offered county.on for sale the before 2d day th Cong

.to, and we hope provided lor, oar pple 8d apd remarks that the law necessary tocarry -oDOAtauCCIL.- 1>y'the conduct of the'Whigs, does he not set For improving the harbor of Burlington, House dooron the "town of Jaeksowr, att the

Since the above was put in type, rnk ;! & effect tea* passed by "the I The report of in Savannah abv"jinn. them an exampfe of honest dealing and fair dis Sympathy for,.the Whigs'and.tbe Office. Vermont' 0 18,000 real-estatA belonging to the estate of the WJohn. "
tea '
has p down, having delivered a portion of te'mai. Congress of the United States," nnd approved on is probably intcbt a ful on; for tbe storm was MissionJF: '.And, besides does /he, not, rememberthat ,The' sudden and astonishing- fondness' manifested For the, lte- '-pu Lake Champlain _1.s00J'orlmp"ylng'tbe ..A. JoW deSeoSeoV' 'for the.- parmentof' U

some of tbe mail matter was left at the 5th of August 1854, as may b seen when 1 viocnt at times, as t pry(.&.their' being the Democrats of this county tho.other'nigh! for the Whigs by the'Democratic'party of late, is m harbor of OswegoJfew. One debts said estate about vir' sixty years Sts g"):,*',-
S ; The steamer ia the & & into a condition read of the in the Court House declared it to be negro ;
viDn.1 1 bare ,gets to any news made. the true prin little suspicious. For instance, one'of'the'n mi.l York, : 21,00. S. of Rje-25lr.l.R.85 '. ... e'3O5
stream by the xwetmaster to whom t nail papers of the dRY that arc publilhnj! the Laws.. -The -Canvass*. cip1e'of.the Democratic party '"to. practice what ees of the recent Democratic convention was'understood For improving the harbor of Sodas Y.J} of Sec 3*. T. l.R. MOKfttt"

bags were given. Why could lIo this have been : Truth their perce'ves! re,stumbling a pile ,. I one* preaches, and to preach what.'one* practi. Ray Caynga county NeW' York, 14,500 N:Iio (:of 2 T. 1. R> S.- s.. & %
& to say while making his speech of.acceptance For the harbor of tfodtts] Bay, Waynecounty R. 24.8. .
.. done before? What a deal of trouble and inconTenience -. steamboat wood, after having tbe 4tb, ndevor. Extract of a letter to the editor, dated.Alligator, ces.". . that he had s>fondness for the unsophisticatedand New York, .' 10,000. S.L. _M'cfi.-EfScc.WTl.- ., J -,40 IICftIN.

; obstinacy and alf-wi occasion. big wildly to throw pine knot a his'Whig ayer' Mineral'Springs,Sept 6th.:: The Sentinel declares, that' Mr.- )Maxwell a .innocent Whigs. ,It is gratifying g to k know that For Charlotte harbor, at the mouth of }and gW.ofaW.&flT.
The River and Bill. saries, with a covert lick at the Timber Agent for Maxwell.delivered! address Geneses river,New- York 24,000 W.. and S- W. 0fX.W
Habr "Hon., an eloquent speech at Jacksonville stated, "That his:objection an feelings of.gratitude have not departed from J. 23 N.N. K, I Itu i
of Oak Orchard creek
For harbor
doing Ibis bUie. .The tixt. thing, Ktber is .on on the 4th, at White to a large concourse the River '. the 14,500 }and So W/K of 3. E 3andN.
We publikh to-day the items of appropriation hi. back in the SprinJ. to and Harbor bill was such,- that he this wicked world; and there is no man who is not For steam-dredge on'Lake Ontario 1,OO of 8.-S7; T. 1, S-l of 8.W. 4LP
1 contained in the Rive-and Harbor bill which pile Izinj a IUr speaking of respectable ci Ex-Governor- B owic would have voted against it, even if it had contained a Whig who should'have greater affection for the For the harbor of Buffalo! ; New York, 33,000 r, 2, R.S8.-80 acres. _,c.
of the '
I passed both Houses ef Congress at the late session, poor wood have bn of replied to i it in a gentle torn; but all remark an appropriation for the SU,John's." In Whigs than this same individual,'for he is indebted For.tbe harbor of Dunkirk Pennsylvania Newark, 80,000 Lot Jf.4 S. I T. t R.25. ST wren. .
cutting tight thus: For the harbor of Erie, 25,500 LotNos.9,3and4,4f&21TJ1L5E.3ot8.4T.2L25
and ..noticed by President Pierce. .As we have nr public upeaker and should were appropriate, .coneis. and in toto, eloquentAIleemed commentingon this declaration;Mr.:Cole says: It in a great mea r for the ofijee "he'now. For the harbor i bnaeant,Ohio, 11,500 > at

? not approved of the vote of Mr. Maxwell against, lighten them. and,like your humble piesses correspondenttell ep. 1 much pleased with each, that 'twil is true ,that Mr.. Maxwell di4 say, that ho would their sympathies for him ,But it by,no means follows For the harbor of shtabnla, OhiO)3.500 ; So E. of S. Eo 8. 15. '

I .that bill, and as we think be has placed his ic them nothing bnt what I.. SOBER TRUTH be a point of delicate'discrimination' to'decide not rote for spending the people's money on every] ,'that he:can succeed in enlisting their sympathy For the harbor of Fairport, Ohio, 13,000 sW.k:: N. Wol'V.S.14 T Uf.15. .
cnstttona scruples.above' what the rabt and Truth is a little ashamed of the repetition of his which tw should, pvl. tallett". .at the p. little creek' throughout the Union;" 'an evasion 'to"gv, 'him alt the. offices" in the gift' of. the peo- For For the theliarbor harbor of of Black Cleveland river,,Chio Ohio; '10,000 10,000 val aforess/d' tracts. of' bad- utaatdtaMarch 1

of his demand of name In this connection but the above which, to the least does not show d lit him'hold them at' the same time. County }
intt state him a not ; on hearing f._ '. say much respect p1e, For the harbor of Huron, Ohio, 13,5 Terms made known-' daf .
Uw11ta the features of tbe measure which cannot restrain a br guffaw, and seeing M [fOB Ttu::11PUL1CA$.] for tho intelligence of the people. So; Mr. The whigs can hardly'reciprocate this 'love,;he For the harbor of Sandoskv'city, Ohio23,500 POLLY. .AN' JOf.. t

11 regards obnoxious be presented to safely landed ., M. said; on the occasion alluded to,;*tbat Stephen 81a if'eata.r them'While he holds one office and For the harbor of,Monroe; Michigan,. 10o AdIniaiS 1
.1 .b AttiairoB
1t Sep. 5tb,1854. > For the steam-dredge on Lake Erie, 7,500 J. P.SANDEBSOIi
I I readers. They will inform themselves -I.' Douglas bad done enough for the.South, $to merit aspires to'another, both ol which cannot be constitutionally
For the SC (lair Flats Michigan
oa improving AttorDf1
b t The 'Jfews .)[>.' DBIW:-Dear Sir:There is but titte lid 80;18M.. sepU .
I I t1 whether I are any such."ertelef provided Correnpoadent here of the election appellation, 'Our Own Douglas but that has held by the same,individual, at.the same '< : 45,000 ,Iied..l

., II W for in the bi.evok the expressions of an. The fowl correspondents' double-teaming on We had upon Gov.any one subject and Mr.a'tha MAXWELL. here las nothing to do with the'question-ai issue.: ;Did i .or time., It may be well to,remind, !!,DemocraUe For the harbor' at mouth of'Clinton river' ,. BY will virtue offer of for authority sale on iasae tbe Br.tJ Monday ia :

Mr. 8"l ; did not ){r. Maxwell make the statement that the friends that theViti' do not to the Michigan 5,000 Court jHow doer is -
his at this belong political before the
y1 jg tt10f awJ i speech place. us. We had said that J/r. J/axwclI failed to fur Saturday., would difficult form to say what For the bubol'aimouth of Grand river,' tobet'iiext.
that the Fioridltn Maxwell's I b Sentinel charges him with making It is school which teaches the doctrine, that the end town of Jacks DVw..within,the
u notic or nish the evidence in his speech here that the Land effect was produced by tbe arguments of these gen:! Tery Michigan. '. -' 20,000 wit:
at also in the difficult to remember the'precise wordi of declaration and aim of all political'action are the enjoyment of For the hwbor of Black Lake Michigan" 20,500 sale the following pro
jq Taaba pretends t see bi so- Graduation Rill was a Democratic' measure, o the tlemen as I not in on the any The bait 1ot..boW t the pWi l:iNo. i
: 'Ii at "ereelt" as to have rendered graduation principle solely of Democratic attndanO those metinj. made on the stump but that Mr. Max fat offices and the possession of rich! spoils; we For the harbor St.Joseph. Michigan, 18,000 peven,7ta IqIW'8 No thirty-three, ((13) ly"

I .uttrly i.i&i unwortty of Mr. Maxwell's lupprt and i If we had othinA more to justify!pderi."r. in .making .' and hearers only,' pthc but 1 believe my I can venture frm to'say'that MrMAXWEU. r. well did make, a-.statement tantamount t to t that view these things'from 'a different stand point Yot.the.' '. harbor' .X>f'New" 'Buffalo- .,\1IMbi18.000roft iruron .Monroe street west' Bounded Dibble on entte' the sooth essi **THenderson

s j ': have folly justified.his vote and th Preaidet'l. this we mitt; have' beeit warranted .'has healed hone of old wounds,, and with which be is charged.. vhn listened to him where the glitter of tliei'gild d toys are'not dax- ,harbor Miehlgaa cily: Indiana 11:000: Douglas,bn,on the the north by by Monroe,street. :

H : e thereupon. The reader will find no "creeks"' in it from the (act that jfr. Call,liii- !if t this is apt done 'before the th eje t9pj:he_cannot attentively. and! "have'no disposition to'misrepre- sling onr'eye* ,so conUn al1y. And.finally;, ,this For the harbor of Chicago Illinois ,24,000 Levied on as the property of Suneon,A ,
Ittinj iao 16,000
4 I ( enumerated in the bill; 1 that it wilt b oonclnded meat, Ii. replying to_Jfr. J/uxweIIt d.Rie! safely count upon sinajorittofthe-votes. in thi !sent_ ,, assert,. and I 'appcst'to .all.' Democrats ,of now-born fondness-for.,tbe TWhigs shown by our 'For For the the.harbor harbor of ef'Waukegan KeaosbV WUconsK}! "15,500 and Margaret issued C-TyferAto ". Co to,satisfy ol De a

I Mr. Maxwell's constitutional scruples based : sound memories for confirmation' 'l hazard nothing Democratic brethren, accounted JOOO /.. from a Jtistioc'a STyler
clmlm will remembered. by the hearers. DC (Columbia) countyGov "- may- poasibIybe j For the barborof Racine Wisconsin, the ease of Foster ud 8tey Yl.S.
wholly, imaginary objections. The House of the first or in saying, that'were the question put to Mr for by thitionthattbay'.areconscioui'oftossessing : For tbe the North county, wife.. UII--
.G discusslon'althongh the correspondent ._D&ow, is so well: and so_ and Margaret C Tyfer.) ,hi*
o fv rbl1 kow. Maxwell to- "Would/ have,voted'for1 within their ) > t; ,,- ;;'- I sri J; ', fnv ::: l'l'1soo ...
.Representatives wbic the bill possesses a the Jftut who takes exception to'.our remark even among the that it ay you the own.ranks, the power Wisconsin, 11.000 I IIDf1Ih .apU3d.l8M.J- -'td
p b For the harbor Sheboygaa,
1. .. majority-f over party, and states that Mr.[ Call! "acquiesced" in the claim I >oMr. ficnlt-matter Demots.'some o them to vote. against River andifarbor._ bill, had contained an appropriation requisite to.carry'out their favorite and fundamental For the harbor of Manitowoe Wisconsin '12,500 JAMES TINZANT, Lbsi .

: r the bill was passed by 98 1 76 nays. Althoughit Maxwell. Notwithstanding _the.faeHht: "A ,en t it:do-not vote"for him, for for the St. Jphn'sf-he-would answer- principle- in their party;to wit f*To For the steam-dredge on Lake Michigan.' '7.500 August 11, 1854.___&edl:
is an article of the t of t Dmo 'Looker on," firW, and Saber Truth" afraa him i t as deserving.a 1an.I we have in the No: I'w'ould not. the victor belong the spoils," and reqoire some assistance For repairs and and contingencieaof preservation of P'l!nar-lio'j- BY.Tirtne of for authority wle on thefirstMe.dsy ia by; Uw re 0*.

I ,
i', barbur improvements,tbe rote on the bill in Con. teacher, and'enllbtenl us by telaj us thai the think he U honest in, ; hough they differs-from in so doing, be_ would.have voted $to i expand public get it. I WROjXNOW&. For removal of.the rock obstructing the"navigation .. town'JacksonraleV within(thi.lega k*" C

I jreusbowthat& there ia a.very large and respectable Whigs aYt of the,"-proceeds my Now Ac you be astonished if.Btowirwas money in "digging clams for'some private Individnal i1iZFIXeI, neat Falls Island. ', in'IUJ"cob* .' sale, the/oUowi K property said to wit t.,._ r :J.1IiJt"
u. J.Jt 4,000 of town asoT UIG -
otns Known in the plan
number of the Democratic' Representatives of tbe land sales,'and that 'another party .<<. 'to1 get a majority, ted one or two elecl ,* or "to drain-swamp lands, bought& ''up by a Our PI'Forbreakwater-cook M r;Maine-- .(Rockland1 harbor-. : 'lot No. seven pj'in quaw K<-thirt1
,. .. disregarded the behests of their party Con- tie.transfer of tbe ; Whig : who dislikes citixcns were sgaini roused by this, to them 1.1. .
w Y land to th States io ecft the-'State I..ho ftll company speculators, as Mr.'Cole, fca uJ'cry. at .AKftitt l Af* 1JuW.this nsumuia* ,sad -Mine, r .18,000, (35'l'lying 0Ia Manro.itreet I 1Boundedp '
rt I :f TTOtions, and determined properly t represent th ."i tby1 we are not prepared to admit that. if Lglirt'ease'thu 'year la Co- 'clap-trap,jotimates. No-all the proYiaioo'i'of1b1Ihre"Or'purpoeel before they Could 'rally- the whole sky wuuiurni- For impr. ivlngrtt1KeaBeBeo'river, AilI: bi Uendereonon the West ftrDihble.street lID tile!

,. ,. interests.of t.eiu "tOt and to do their duty ergo, t D.e party a entte to ,exclusive b rr. hope you wU not consider by this that of public interest. 'It Would Dated by the fierce Maze'of ft burning MilL{ ''l .Far"p.the breakwater MaineIT TTO at"'IichmoDcisland 7'Ui.; 'f""rr* ."sr, ,500 bY.Sou: ; :tbepropertrof the north by[oarO 5Ty1ef'4c.

,bia/<>r t '. Muj of these.tbeJ advocacy the graduation ') to,either of,tbe candidates,.but believing Impossible to frame.*bill less objectionable The scene of disaster was the City.the mills former and :bsrbor.lafcine,' .:>"*.; : "* t.M 60,000' Margaret TIIer..bif' wif ;to satifr$ cost-
Lumber Co
I ,,situated like principle. We :are not tenacious of a.U this reape than the under'consideration Yard owned by Butler of the-breakwater in .:. of"the Io" of UWwC
''RtC Flor4 having a IOU;would be gW to hear from som. of.o. .one being totally and the contents of the latter nearlyall For repair ; fort, J. ) facie and deore. "
; tbe Confederacy, character for b with the JfeteieorrespondenU Would it be that the North lalullwbol : I.the:cue of.5jneqn 3. Tykf '
tht''ned te b&r mQ learning" friendship'have ,wontf have, received ; South-West$Ddblowingst ;
this subject I consum There was a high ; 0/the this s5 th day
upon rely, upon sea-walls Deer"aid'v by me M '
For Levied Gn
you on
aid repair
tnndofthiOrs1GOTflment them : theLIon's share of ''the flame off eaufonL
they tban the benefits ?Koi- the time which carried
; posted ,
t may proposed z.ur-'l1I7'l' ;
b bttr' : taken : : LoveJl1 1 raods hi Boston Harborr' 18,500forr.fiQBtinniog : ZA1flA '
< r I pt1S
; '-w l taking' their duly important place with the onoyeiMas they cUbn t bOo I regard t the .: bi.---, yours truly" Ac.' lt would have' .done lult justice to.the South. I. 0 into check tbe.creek them and marsh. rendering bat fortunately'bunion effortnaa .the sea-wall at .Great. --.August 81, ., '., .--' :

!'othcrstates o&VG in.; 4n1.1rJ .ti n'Jnclle we hive .invited$ them:to .- ;" A I ,- 'SOARBOR tTlJn. there any thing wrong in the principle of applyto, fnA'the property of no to atm wiftdward, or Jre ulcU.. 'BrewierIsIaiid.thuacbusettsfornpsIncfbeOoemmentwoxon'; "":.- -80,000 _. it .r,,..- ,.t tFOT8X Sale'. ,... IF .II

it sources, show.. a artiule of.the Demo- Senator, Dosit-laa ... the surplus revenue to internal improvements r i- to enrontole h moon more serious OMWBT.' A. J: FARM, situated eft L __. ,_
VOTES to the 4 < be people.\ :, Bu$ Mr.Max- cNand; have* caJIedaitcntionto the at Home. Mr. -Jefferson in his sixth Annual Message was it is, the less ia about. 18,000, on which Jhere U not _. .Plymouth beach JkfassachnsetU, '. 13,000' ,- ereet&HU.1he ::.- '. riTeI'. -.1-.
tCr breakw
tor tbe harbor
: 'Srelt prefers U pUc among the'school ofbitractleiilsuj t !long Democratic rTe die country ;,.Sept.1"5 8-<-The flags of'the* SjsCHICAOO shipping- in the fir $ to'suggest,tha 'ides,'nd says.: :"By these. a'cent Mr..Ratter of insurance U a J'tal1j'm' ;"., baxmn- *just- e Vi "iiSv :15,000Joe mi1tI beJoW' adwelling-: II,eroetaiulfl costa fl

thatbstnay come"borne to tell tbepeoplewhat'a this graduation principle! has neii been ada our harbor were displayed at naif-mast at noon today operations, '.new.:channels,o( communication. wl In business,and his. sa/ a severe blOw to bim.b: r. ::,IIC Onat .W IOda..J JaarII" r.t .:;- ---ucI TwiUla; has kitchen upo and e. IS fliuetl \

/ CICu I.'bl.t the ted & now, and not now, .tbe o ,expressive of I indignation M Senator Doufllu'opposition opened: between'&he State* the lines of separatiob \ from what we know of'bis nntryjng industry' uae&&l-I '_ t OO* I C: l00 bo* .w j .
ape the River and Harbor bill and the f theJi-A O
to cbstnwtioiW neat
think b*WiI be disposed r-removlnjr'
IT Iaad'Diatrlbutlonba wUl, i interests'will nerssvoincewe'donot; Mlo" '
& Ot ac- WJyot a'TThlg befls' bare beep all'the' afternoon:' H. dlssppeartheir be. Identified .. .
I tolling aoutl1 of a: "ozat.TtIj { bo4e
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Oct'W 'w < th-iiIp,? oithdugb.tb&preduet'ifjests \ .\. ,, .. 1lSmrlUL
tf Ye.1 >
that d to atd their union ; P .. ,
\.i !! .r prove Graduation'-'Demo speaks at Bortb Market Ball tonlghtodthere i I. cemented by new and tidlssol of foil have.,oten tpficilT jwepi $ww. Ia1 r1JlOFot Slf.r Cj '--..

', l original of J".. 7.of"'l.iiwu"t .1' ratia: one, !b't U the iouchiaiou, from;the.fad, much txcitemnt! tbrongh. the. citj" t'f"r, Ut teV\Thj! all mutt idmit to bfYerffofei -N-, 94m mar,&:; .u ,,)1. .1. .."I.i. 1.. Istb4'he \or if BtSPtt't .t1l .Au4 II..S


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Cot1c1L The .T bUitT .T Labor. of *and'vant" V \ .'*,orfa j3 -' xi't"I--- .*;?.t', C 9avann&IJoax '
insensibility of ..' at" & CfjarlcstonF. {
Cotucilwet foreped purposes at 10 taste -when-I "to f,,, .- -- .oj ) ,!lICri i s.-It.rieU I I"a

''dock A. M. Present Hon. F. C..Barrett, Under thu head the Southern Patriot confess that-ny first V '1 V
I disappointment on landing I in Spain V ;;4 \ -'- O.. .. T. aowwtD, ; :
flKte**! M. Gee.i C. Aco6taSamBnffimjttm. sermonizes in an ,excellent arti-- 4.h' h"IIOWI n. ..:
was the almost total absence of beauty RO'\VLA1Q ,
W. Cole cle. It is W.: :n.
Felix -
text V
Gco. a. which V .
Uringftoa tm .0. .1.
eloquence tV _. General Com'D and _
leI i amongst the Spanish -women. I 'jo Rhlnla Jlerehu1 h. .. -
Cotntrilmf'ft. I mar dwell and argument sound and. 11-8 8.-VA.Nl'A.llG.-\ : 'to' .04r
Poets have Spain's o : ,
I sung ark-- --_: : ;1j J 'Ji.
of the present meeting harjngwn serious be deduced.It is a fact la- HJ nr W AnnG V
The object I glancing daughters and travellers '- V= ., .. I';l" .
stated I by his Honor the Intcndant tote meutablj true, too true"re fear for -- WLoJosmJ*Dealer in Drt Goods, Itsl''rouhton'St. M -41c. ) 't ;
have wandered through the Savannah Ca.MerthanU .' 4' "
the of country :3'"a. .J'J""
good the
I the purpose of obtainingan expres- j country, that there is r-trGoods auld I< .
fbr ( with minds so deeply impressed with __ to oiilr.i II-! .- '- "i ,
OIl from the Council with regard to mat- I a feelin
tell pertaining t0 quarantine regulations, I that manual labor i is 'ignoble and of the women that ,they have. found tj Dealer in Cutlery,and Edge 1't.4'mfl1. 4
worthy only of slave. I Tools of< kind
offered the follow- a Gentlemen .
Councilman Buffington too them all their imaginations so fondly n8-T 103 Bryan at,SA VAX 5AH. \_ RbowATstTT: !; ar. ; .;

inj resolution: frequently are judged by the pictured and their works have K0"t* *. .*..L .1".1-,r. wa .. the rIUeuitssI li.,1ItU ., .:1a'W ,

fifiolrctl. That the Intendant bo and is texture of the coat thev'have on their fostered what 1 cannot N. A. irARDEE A CO., a a.t la.bly sad".._ y'_w: .

berebv requested to Quarantine all steam- back, by the delicacy their' hand, i is delusion help maintaining Factors.and Cowmbaloa Merchants, PII"1IIe Ssos pal"*Ie w1II.(yes wwip hess eC usstic brr- sn'ai. V
a mere my
and other boats from Saran-;I the fairness ; _one 8AVAN1' IGA. roman-.11
:vessel of their .skin while in V
I l ats. ; Jof the in which fur sit III.,noee,. A..nca 1M ._ _
t rib Ca for the space of fire days after the truth it is the heart that constitutes : many people Wnrdlaw, Walker -, lively .paltir, buSS" Oat I mt.a1ty

mval! at quarantine of said vessel or boat, fl the true .still indulge when they think and I_- Faeton1Ul.Cea1ss1aa.erch't en.ipow.trd. 'bess te tft teaM..lsueu.sw1

the Port Physician slmUhive boardedaid gentleman, and.the raiment : dream of Spain. The women of wee CHARLJATO: %.So.C, me-.18 eneathiffice'.. ,sad _.Mr. .*ag '...
after .Ir ,'whteb' ra.'M. '.
Will s.q '
vcssela. And after the a man wears is no more a test of his tell lonr ell'ahortatapfe Cotton, or any other _
boat expir- Spain hare magnificient eyes"beauti aatFemieslat.fw : : .--'D
; producs will
fUr send
I I : bUll11pplieot who 111 eeUat
itioD of that time said boat or vessel will gentility than the beard is an indexof ful hair, and generally fine teeth but _produce,frau ofcoizinuien.w. 1 Ms4ea ta.mabfl.5.e'. sad.**erritf.MrBQU.OWAn*' ** -- '

ht allowed to enter this port and deliverher I manhood. The meaning of the more than ; THE "BUFFINGTON HOUSE JACKSONVILLE A.Waaoia,of Abbeville.8.C. IpectsblSDnIt!!!.:_ < sa
that cannot be said Q. r.lT
freights, and mails, and all persons on word gentleman is meek by W.una A.BcaxaiDc.of Hamburg.S. C. PUlJnCATIO/w. u" 1'HK .a.ov ,Un1Ii1

I bird as heretofore. j man, being those Tvbo are content to give'I Continues open during the present summer prepared to' receive and Rtfw.-J. O. DeTn aDd R. O. Lewis Palatka AND JUt.loVzt COMPLAINT"t ., __ .
} i composed of the adjective gentle and honest and candid accommodate ,Fin_ l13yADA.'U8 TIle dlla.ofUir Labs.6.,usseb l ...,
and being called for on the opinion. I have transient'and Boarders. eftlle Urn sad Iaell. ,
The yeas nays the permanent je22 PCaIV5I7 5a'ate r Oeatf
I noun man. Society has so corrupted -I rarely seen one whose features could dc FROST, 1M*clesse,. u.- d..lneu,e MlMIe*; bum IMV'
adoption of said rcso'ution resulted as follo -, this word that its definitionnow Factor and Comminioa Merchant, wa,. r.. The women ". perIMo.tIIe mast .
I be called strictlybeautiful-: and that I .&'. snarl wEak.:. & *.*. c. -te Ille w<>rU..p to a certain aefM,wkra.d*-
\ ,: depends the tastes of those 'V V Will 1n'M,Ie: ,,,MT hM.ifeH
particular attention
PlY to the sale of Cotton
bewitching ,.
j and fascination wbUe MkZl'e, v
II tet
Acosta grace V .rnlWJ1rntr w 1IIa. .
Yea-Mesrs. Duffington and and other produce the -t
defining it. Labor and gentility are about their and purchase of family 5. en* tt U7 "msdisd ea..i5y .
figures and their Their
I walk
inpplie in
long experience the Uetnnn Wood puesaii die Ues,sad 15"III..
eatie. -
Cole. antagonistic. The connection ] which they formerly have business make them think they will be able togive win n.-..,.a.4'pisess
jVjjw_Mr. Iiving ton. i between them in their true significations possessed WHOLESALE & RETAILSAVMMUJMRIAflEJMCFACTORY. Mtiafaetion to those who may favor them with .. a roniteml eU'e,wkere a. it.Mwpriaap ..
j I disappeared with the high comb I their patronage and they offer their aejvice to the III, .. A. It mart the ptMwratteii if tile h._.
I Councilman Cole then offered the Cul1 is so strong that they are almost : which Planter end Merchant of East Florida.nS6 frame aad the aanik*or life, alldt amy ke eftaad "
\\-1 supported the mantilla, and I as, fewtrMr that bealtt an4 I. n. ke .
: ing resolution: inseparable. Every man'who laborsis the narrow which hAT STORE mSKL L.LOCaL K. L F 0T._ lonie for M.years keyoM Iketr ertteaif Harik It

\ Ketolred. That Quarantine be enforced not a gentleman. but no man can I' basquina, give a peculiar t. Bonifs, no. L HI wow HoUoi a,-.rule,. iak.a to"rill die ktarf atewZw
character to their walk. With : JOHX J. COHEX, W. L to the vies laid dkwa far health roMaia U UeaZ_
f tinnst the Charleston steamers or any be a gentleman without labor in LUmQ. rectum wfckfe accoapaajr each kas.
CC.IiI-Ii I&
vessels some j the change in their costume those' J@ JrtD J HOPkINS, HUDSON dc COFactors .

o vessel from or said city arriving during at the quarantine -- way. though the spheres" in which distinctive charms have vanished. and CommiM'n Merch'U Case of weakness and debility. o!f
ground provwlui"
men labor are as various as the human Accommodation Wharf; Charleston S.C. ten Tears standing, <
I epidemic of Yellow Fever in said I The gaudy colors which
: now pevail ; CUREU BY HOl.LOWAI'&t FlUA '
city. on and under the restrictions applying face. fomc of the,greatest men have destroyed the elegance that always !- HUDSON, FLiIIING A CO., Extract of a Letter from Cupt. Jobs Job..ea.III. I

to the Savannah steamers. were the hardest workers. It is by Factor, &c. Hoe's,!.. York,dated..S,IS 'i"
accompanies black in which The nS-y: So. 94 Bay street Savannah. Ga. To Prore-r 1I0LLown: V 4
Subscriber takes this method inform
That the Intendant be this to
Rewired requested means that they become great. alone V -"Ie with ke mesS .t bs,4 W
I to serve a copy of such regulation upon Who would think of fruitful I some years since,a lady could THE WH.ZBIT.ZJVTS of FLO RID.% OLIVER FARNUJM iaror. ,ttMU I have bees iM ..4 to knit art ,
I the agents of said boats at Savannah having appear in public. No further proof Wholesale, Grocery,Liquor aDd Provision treitfUt.v taking yow rife. Par UM bM M>7ew.e t .:
crops without labor? The soil must He carries on Dealer .6.fIVe a motemM.i oTibeLrvef aa4 8'I
I and Charleston. of this is required than, to see 'the A'0.189 EAST 14 Y "CHARLESTON sad wes ndeecd la Mekaa.aaifeawiy_ Icavear
be cultivated or it will not produce.So THE CARRIAGE BUSINESS 7 ship, aerer ezpectia to r>M aea a Uava :. kM
and called for the same in church IKueotntattlyon land a_ttledtd Stock Li-
; The yea nays being on I people where black of ned e *o temedy mat was .
: of said resolutions resulted as follows great men are not a spontaneous .is still considered indispensable and In all its various Branches ovort and Oroemit,which ke oJTtri for tale lene.Order all to ..0e,sad bad*.aijMir ep to 4nair. 1
adoption from lit ( wkea
of :'to.ref My and promptly 1 was at UM neoaneaded M take raw-rUkw
: production Nature, but they are on the Alameda, with red dresses and And solicit a share of their patron ago. He manufactures and keep on hand constantlr! Carriage* tf attended to. After sshi bow for thre. UM remit I. slat,

rra.c-Ir. Cole.l'ay.Ielrini. formed by the severest toil, the strict- yellow shawls, or some colors equally vannah.all description, and be limits persons from Florida to call and examine his stock. when they visit Sa Terms cash or city acceptance. sp-y I Sm now. ,I. bets.aad,Inked Wattk a.tkan well'1 haw. "eVw"keea.ter ele? _Myear. t,

Acosta Buffington and I ILir est self-denial, and the most active WILEY, BANKS 4c CO, : life. Yon ara UM at Ukenyia auk laaHama tn"
gaudy, and combined with as little regard All kinds of work made to order such as Plantation Wagons, Drnvs. Carts, and Timber Carri };O.41 HA TSRST, CHARLESTOS.& C UM aeacflt of etten. i
1l ton. energy. to aged and of the very best material. He flatters himself that the practical experience of over thirty I remain,ur,vtwra recpeetrattr ?
taste. The men have also; he will to him liberal share of -- ., .
secure a
Councilman : stated thatin Mechanics laborers yuan poucbses patronage. Leroy M. iviley me. Co., (Sicaed) JOHN JOHN/ON. ;
Buflington and farmers abandoned the cloak, and now appear Orders promptly attended to, and repairing done in the best style and at alirine price. 2TQ 1W BROADWAY A'EW YORK. Tb ne evlekiated Pills are wonderfully eOcaciovi la '

casting his vote against! the resoln- arc of ten marled at l because their.: in paletots and of foreign dlly "Live and Let Lire." .. UMiMinwlBi eoaplaiai: '
every variety Importer and Jotter Eanyean and Antrieo A.Prepey nttamaiatiav V-- -

i lions offered hy councilman Cole, he had hands are horny, their clothes soiled; invention ; nor have they either G. W. HARDCASTLE. Staple Dry Guul. I A.thma BUcompl'la Erjratscla Drwaterr,, Jaandiee

been g
; partiality towards the Charleston steamers. I those very mechanics, laborers, and French fashion. By no means distinguished I. M nORI ELL, & CO. V CAROLINA CLOTHING DEPOT, Iltt. Fit lartUee, Fevrraofallklwl Bowel compltiau.' ,

; We have incontrovertible evidence that the I farmers who mainly contribute to I' in figure, none need more V 261 KL\-G-ST. CHAELEST01fS.. !. C. Gout Piles, Xewattoaiortba RkcnmtiMn. CowUpaliaa-Bowel tin "

fellow Fever is raging to a fearful extent : sustain the Government. It is upon the rich folds of the to lend PIANO AND FURNITURE STORE A Compltte Auortmtnt tf Kiady-madt Gotkino CpIiea Urne Hradaeb
capa and Furnuhiny Coot vXelual-t and retail. Ml $erol'ulsor Debilitr, hld._ .
1 is an epidemic In Savannah, ch requiredthe I Ii them' that our safety or honor rests ; I' them that air of grace and dignity V food uomtnted a*reprttmttd.A' Kief CU Sot Tfen a>. Sjiot sad Grawl .
they the of the State : BUILDINGS BBOUGHTOX STREET, .V A.. COffEA''Jr frof'r. L.L. tiles Vca'l afleeuon Wonm of all Made. '
are arm
i enforcement of the most stringent I If strong which it peculiarly possesses.Castile LEJTT Sup't. Decondary Tie Dnuloareux T_ .'r'.s I
I the fortifications of the Republic.The .- -.v.i3U. "B-Sa eGr..dIL. 8*raptooia WeakjMM,from whatever cause*4i'
f Quarantine regulations-\\hcrcas at Char- and Andalusia, by Lady Louisa Ten' u3yROOSEVELTHYBE .
I .. & CLARK T. McillLLAN
man who sneers at them .because ,
lc'ton a much larger city than Savannah.the .
The Ticket. Dealers '
disease not in his opinion predicated of their calling in life, derides manu I. w. MORRELL. X. F. WEBSTER. Direct Importers and Wholesale je23y Apothecary Halt..
was V ,
al labor and toil is no honor to the The is in Hard wareCutlerv.Guns&c.
canvass now fairly commen-
official reports prevailing to 1)1 1)1.R
upon any '1311 MEETING KTJtfET.Xtarbr
stabllshment. H. '
extent. lIe expressed his willingness to ;,race of humanity, a mere popinjay, ced, and with especial pleasure, we Honse-furnishing V Opposite tfit /, -Hotel. LAlfE,

whose mind is cramped by the foolisb place at the head of our columns the CH.1.RLESTONS.C. ., Books Statone'y,1.AND
: go for as stringent regulations with regard I Furniture Wholesale and Retail. i
whims and caprices of fashion. lias able and popular Whig ticket by A. S. HULL A: ,CO.
to Ch&r1estonwhen the disease should presented FANT GOODS ;
prevail one of these mock gentlemen ever to the for their suffra r]'HE Subscriber desires to call the further attention of the Florida public to his well known eitabJL ca3t1'aan tlDQ wtna'I.
I to the extent in that city that it now people lishuient for the sale of -- lZZJf& 'TLV(? STREET A 7 UJfEE S'JfA732TRI22CJI.IRLE t tBaa

: docs in Savannah. He desired hi! position contributed his mite to the supportof ges. The head and front," Governor Furniture and House-furnishing materials of 'description. Near,Charleston Hotel, Charleston.A. TO J\\

the record that it might not the great mass of humanity ? Is Brown is a leader with whom every (
j placed upon House-keepers and merchants can supply thcniselves with article for for( S,HTLL nsly'D.. T. MEXARV.V. a Good Stock or I
every general use or orm.
the world benefitted his
be misunderstood by existence, his associates upon the ticket may lug a Good Store stock. Every thing in the line of business'mentioned kept on hand,including Parlor \ & .. E. ADGER, C D ICAL, "WORKS.

The rono.nn -re80lntionwhi'h had been or is he a burden and curse to it ? ,well be proud to make the campaign. Hall, Bedroom and kitchen Furniture, and sales will be made on as good"terms as purcban can be Importer of Hardware, Cutlery, Cans, To which the attention of Medical Gentlemen J.
adopted at the last meeting of Jouncilhav- ffcccted at the North. throughout United Mate n resp.ctfuflyinvd..
All must come to the latter conclu in the &c, -
t' lug been unintentionally omitted in the I Strong panoply of.a good I. W. ,MORRELL & CO., Kb. '54:Eatt Say near tAe POll Offiee, Charleston, wiu. aBcnTX oaixo '& *""' '

t roceedingswas ordered to be placed upon sion.Labor cause and honest intentions, he will mr24-je22f Old established stand, Savannah, Georgia,' Keep constantly on band a full and complete asortment < D t i

f the record: I is one of the first commands lead the van with a zeal and a deter- Hardware and Plantation Tools. n3-y Which will be sold to the Profession at Phikdal-
: Reolre That the Town Marshal be required of- (God.- -Idleness-- is- deprecated- in mination that must strike terror into "'.JI. M. T,1J11l10, phia price,or on a liberal credit to approved par I

to give immediate notice to all lot the holy writ ; the one is honorable, I the hearts of' the opposition, and Carpet & Fioorclotb :I T. C. Rice, Factor and(For Florida Commission Produce Merch't) AXD AX AxaoarvxxT or V '

( hire holders the within filth removed the limits from of their the town to- the other dtehonable. Labor streng-- cheer on the Whig forces everywhere WAREHOUSE :I Manufacturer! and Dealer invariet.YofConnrion A'O.6 SOUTBEKA' WUAK, l.llLESTo.T nS-y MISCELLANEOLS BOOKS. .V ij,
l' prenuse&od !'
i myl
the constitution it -y
have all weeds cut off and ; gives to an easy victory.JMariannaWhiff.
to removed Every t.I
Transparent Window Shades and:
s.Ir.I,7r.r.IH.Curtains Chamberlain miler & Co. .
power to the mind ; it ennobles the ,
without the corporation withinfreJjyt -
feelings and makes and I., and Fine CANDIES: Importers and Jobbers of Dry oods, I Faper-Hangings, 'Upholstering and I
< from their receiving notice ; and in ; great men -- -
of their failure to do eothe Marsltal be citizens. Idleness the Taxes! Taxe! Taxes Curtain Goods, fee. &c, Etc. Kiln-dried and warranted to resist effectually the 143 U.LET1SG STREET OP. &1-\&ST-r Bedding Warenonse. -,-
o e good on con V
AND LAST NOTICE. NO. UO' CONGRESS & 57 ST.JULIA Sts. hot, damp atmosphere of a Southern donate. .CHARLESTON.IL Wholesale and Kctaifr 177 Xingst,.
empowered 1 to perform service at the trary, impairs the body enervates the SHALL attend at Middlcburg (lilaek Creek) I I ,
*ipcn of the person or persons occupying I I on Monday, the 18th day of September, at the I TERMS CASH-PRICES 1.0W. -,". & :. p. onCE & CO. Charleston, S. C. .
the premises. mind, destroys natural integrity, promotes store of John C. Richard ; at Clay IIill. at the THE Subscriber would respectfully inform the : COBJCKI or BBOFGHTOX AS D WHITTAIM STS., Wholesale. Dealers in Boot and Shoe, The tvltcriltr ii,rtetititui a laryt eutortmtnlof&talort

dissipation, and is a source of store of D. C.: Prescott, Tuesday, toe 19th day of that be bus now opened the mont complete Savannah. V :'XQ.21/Un.EST.' VHARLEbTOX.BEXJ. Goodt: Si',guO roCU vf Al'EKIlAXOlSG;
: Councilman Livingston laid before the I' beptember; at Thomasville at the house of James assortment of all the various styles of Goods .tc.'roBcx Jimx p. roccx., : coxtr.n3y l.'XK,)poirttf MATH/"SADES;ieo JAV .
incalculable evil. It will V
Council the following communication: on exami- Thomas, on Wednesdav. the 20th day of September usually kept in similar establishments. The Stockof PRICES.- _" _, i f every dtOcnptw AlooPdUmt, '

"To the lima. Intendant and Connril- nation be found to be the root of in. I ? at Hendricks' Mill, at the store of Messrs.Hendnrks the different departments will consist iu putt of Common assorted Candies, by 25 lbs. ATU&OX.Sn.l,1tS & CO., and J/jWw Curtaun, Dauuult, rJl. r
I ft Chess, on Friday, the 22d day of September the following.goods, vieCARPET Cur/iictf; Blind, Fire Screen*, rrlWl_ MUndtc. H
Town Jackttmritte. and 1f'bolesaleGrocer awl Com'n Merchants '
maliflM of debauchery and in upwards' I5c ,
temperance I
AUJktvJ und&t
; at UrowardV Neck;at the house of (. < vf Uphuitttr'utf, *M iMaf.
Gentlemen:-I regret being compelled to many instances of crime. It wrecksthe JohnUroward, on Mondav the 25th of September Royal Velvet, Tapestry Brussels, Mocct-Brus- Common assorted, Candles: ,by 230 lbs.orupwards A'a. 11 JM. May L'tarlttton.X. i.sitooaeJd&i*aU iran.4ea.. r

I dinKohe the official but -agreeable associations physical system debases the mental ; at Mandarin, at the store of 2. T. Hogaiia, on sets, Brussels, Velvet Tapestry and Brussels for Fruit Drops,Sugar- Plums-, &&, bv- 25 Ibs.- 20c iSc nE-v P.JtATBtSOS. JC L.3IXOV8.. SCDOTTICK V.4IUEL S1VOSS. a Fw i.J.e'Jl '.

which I have had with you for several Tuenday, the 26th of September; at the Court stairs' ; three-ply, superfine fiae, and common Ingrain 44 .. 4. ." 2flj I8c .n H_ ,". XJNSMANi: ; 0
months but business is such faculties, fills our prisons and Hone in Jacksonville two days to wit: ou Thursday ; plain and twilled Veuiuan for stairs, halls, French Candles; by 25 Ibs.-, V. $ .\: c. JUr.O.., V V ,
; past; my poor-houses and 'cumbers the earth tbo Sbth and Friday, the 2ttli) days of September &.; Druggets 6-4,12-4, and 16-4 in width, of every .. aisorud, 4c rigS2c "\Thal ale. .C tot Ii 111 i Uiiusc, i \JLJLJSsO :A KTJiK, p. :; 'P

I that I cannot with propriety longer remaina ; at Mavport Mill, *t. John's oar. at the variety of patterns; Hearth Rugs, Parlor and Sugar Toys; Amer.can by 14 Ibs. -;' 37c 37 L' I'; :.,Sfif "sri_ P ira, :f", bujrLsisn. IDty t Wboll'4lili- !d. &-. &c_ '

.i member of your honorable body. Please with.a race of beings who live upon Post Ojilce, on Tuesday,' the 3d day of October; Stoop Mats; Table and Piano Covers; silver and .. French, 5 Of 62@150c _'_:_. .- V V- i: Eti 1'\.F. I. (x4c2zv: : Jil -QF.m
therefore resignation of the office and --who do not their taxes by that time brass oval and Octagon Stair Rods; Stair Linen, 242J; YiLefrW JlClBJ".J..S.J. n .",
accept my the sweat of others' brows, and pass pay 4tc. .. Lemon Syrup, from 1 to SO galls. 1 QOc S; N. FAU2TAZC ctL IntO*.. .
of Councilman uf town. will be returned defaulters I am compelled '' U U np'd BCc wqre: V eprr8e ? .ui 4s1ce1'
your off the stage of life. without benefit- bv. law to close my. ,book*. OIL CLOTHS 3F"No charge for boxing or" at railroad TVnolnalc. Grocery Merchants, l'" ",Jl.iJ.e_ ,aW ( T.v'Jias,.
With Consideration and Respect, ting other or developing themselves.Is JOBS D. SIcKINLAT, Of every width, from one to eight yards for halls, or steamboat.' 'nSSra A.112 But Bay dutrlttlon S.Co : S.itdi iMtrumeiUt, Ityt Slllff" PSwnI6.
Tour ob't. sen't.FELIX ,Tax \uellOr'and Collector for Duval Co., Fla. dining rooms, steamboats, saloons, Ac.; Rosewood,' : n3-r V WI54UW Goers "p1lUf. : _.

LIVINGSTON." not labor, then, more genteel than Dunnp my absence from this place Biabee mahogany, and small figured furniture Oil-Cloths -VOI. & U1A 4ft &U'.wilt.PAIJrA prtct:

; JatUmrille Sept. 5. lR5-1. idleness? k Cano," will act as my Agents in" "Recemng 44. -. and 6-4 wide. ; figured India-rubber Cloth, Fifth Annual Fair of the South Carolina Cotton- Factor &'..' Com'n, Merchant, rhyiiciam,and Drvgy'aU a'res.etfUy so-.!
Taxes. 7FOR /or stairs. U d to Z 1111II u"1I41 1 Stoc1It&Frcesjpurchaaisq
Sept Institute. r
;; Which was on mot Ot by councilman Cole S. CURTAINS. V nyBotce A Oa Wharf; Charlestoa. S. C. tlteteJurt, Gofdt fadcti.
: received and a Va.caDcv.declared to exist. Singular Occurrence.The SALE. Silk and wonted damask DcLainc; wonted and milE FIFTH'ANNUAL FAIR-of the South V V A. 31.Jl'I.L'IGAL"L'J', AttarticUtwarranUd. I DJ-f ; :

IIis Honor the I Intendant then ordered an I A TRACT OF LARD, lying in the county of linen damask De Laiue; figured and plain Damask, L Carolina Institute frrthe promotion of Art, dc.Conimisioii merchant V
following is from the Centrej Alochna, 'on the west side of ewnan'oLake variety of colors white and buff, for shade Mechanical Ingenuity and Industry,will be held at Fnrtor CAMPSEN. & ELLEKHOBST,,
t election to be held for-jaember of the Vandcrhont Wharf,Charleston,S.C.
I about : mile from Fame's Prairie and
t one WINDOW SHADES. the new flail, now being erected ou Meeting street, V V V GKISr-Mlt.r., ._ _
yule _
t Common Council Tuesday Sept. 12th. j Times : miles from The tract contains nu V
on V
I twelve Micanopy. Transparent landscapes, medallion, garland, and in the city of Charleston .commencing on Wednesday General and Dealersin
-Coanciliuan Buffington was appointed Under the obituary 'head in to- 1,293 acres about 100 acres under cultivation, and white and gold entirely new style; C'erd"Loops, ,tiutFlFTEESTJIXQ I'lUiBEK and continue' Stoves I Stoves I 11 1 1rUIREADWELL / Importers

by his Honor the Intendant to supply the day's will be found 'the deathof SO acres more nearly prepared for planting. Tassels; together with all the various trimmingsfor open fcreihibitpu until 29th day of November. & PERRY, Merchants and ProM. Hay, Com; Oats, Peas, and Bra1i11
paper, About 400 acres of the tract is good hammock.and and shades. Suitable premiums will be given to the host specimens JU.REET ST NORTHSW. OP.S'.fTESr
pW of Councilman Livingston, oil the Mr. Jacob Reese. On the day of the greatest portion of the balance is excellent GILT CORNICES. in Art, Mechanism and other branches of pnetors of the Eagle Foundry No. lift BM- $OAJL STOA;8.1' -.. ,

: 4eol street committee. death Mr. Reese in pine land mixed with hickory growth. This land Bands Loop and Pins of the greatest variety Industry; also of Cotton, Rice, Sugar, Tobacco slrecVTnoanTTy.T.oEjr tolhe trade TTFTT .. .-AU ordtrt Itflfor Grist will ItfrompOfttttndtdto. '-
Council then adjourned. his was, engaged I is well adapted to raise corn, cotton and cane, aud and of the latest all of which Corn Wheat( Rye,Oats, Potatoes and. other Agricultural DISTINCT VARIETIES Cooking and Heating ,
pattern importation; Stores for Coal'and Wood. Abo, a !' lit VJ
out oats and towards evening is a most desirable plantation to any person havinga products. : '
E. GORDON, C. C. seeding : sufficient force to bring it into c cultivation. The will be sold at wholesale or tetail on the most liberal The Ladies to whom.the- Institute'baa been so of Store and FireplACe Hollow Ware, Plain 'and CAJIPSEX. wit.n3.y ELLZEHOEST. '

was startled by a voice, appa- district is healthy the year round,and the drinking tenna.'Y.. H. GUION Aent much indebted,are respectfully informed that suitable i Enameled Washing Kettles.Stew Pan,"e.;Scotch '

Quarantine Orden.'the rently at his elbow, saying: You water excellent. d29tf 140 Congress and 57 St. Julian, ,sis. premiums Will; provided by the Committee, I Bowls, Sink*. Iron and Clay Furnaces' Agricultural That new and splendid Hotel,
Water 4c/
Kettle. Coolers 4t
. There are some comfortable dwelling houses, and awarded to the specimens in every department V .
following embraces such orders in sow but shall not !I" He V "Diamond THE wrn.T.KHOUSE .'
may reap and a gin home and stables upon the place. Ladies'work. ; Also, their new and improved
regard to Quarantining Savannah and looked around, and seeing no one, The above will be sold low for cash. For any The following special premiums are offered: Ranges sad Hot Stationary and Portable for R-U,-1t'fCItIIl., ,- "a. OwwrIJf. JMtIiaj MIl QMa
information writeto Mr. J.D.McKmlay Jewelry! the of COCOONS aces. Terms liberal. I_nl8-8m 1 Si****,
further details or Jewelry For large quantity on
attributing .
Charleston now in continued his work
force seeding
steamers as are : ,Jacksonville, Fla, or to me, at Mican0pr''E' one plantation,not less than ten bushelsSilver CDDD.Sltzon ee a tDe 5e.QIJ.'
ISTEKDAJTT'S OFFICE it, as he afterwards stated to F. Pitcher,or$50. For the largest Quantity of SPUN The Old Stand on the Burnt'District. Andfvmithtd in C ttylt not atttdti out if 4.

,' bonriUt, Fl4. $;ept, 4., 1854, JOHN n. 8AUXDERS. At Savannah. SILK the produce of any one plantation not less THE Undersigned." constantly on hand CUyof Ac* York AMJunrw ffff *&. .
r.Ae j1trs GIld armtt of tttamert, 4* his imagination. At every' step,' -September, 1854. tf than ten pound*-.Silver'Pitcher;or Sort For the simply of FAMILY GROCERIES and IiotI o/oardo .. 1M PWtlw- i .

t Ou Sarannah and Florida lint: however, the -warning was repeated, "TOTCE.-I Itm in constant and regul receipt best improved SEA ISLAND COTTON I GIN, on PROVISIONS, consisting partly.t- r. S.lOCKJB30X, yr. '
LADY'S SEMINARY. (,,h..n flnttr, Phvos_ Lard. Ham! D t Prcpris4ir. _
aad withtbe advice and of the Cento YOUNG -
J Consent
and beaut lul. varieties of some new principle snpeVior to those now in general '
and at last unable to bear it he 1 of rich Jewelry,
*Cmndl proceeded MISSSS KERWtCIC( ,FROM SAVAP4NAII, Bacon; Side and Shoulder*; Flour; eo..
of the Town of Jacksonville this day THE of Diamond Kings, Pins, Ear use, or for any real or important Improvement CAJOLEBOX, WERB
laaadUa, the following quarantine repOatioDjBWBforedutilothenrie home to his wife. He .waspersuaded :'ECTFULLY inform the citizen of.Jack- consisting in part and Studs';fine enamelled Medallions V thereon-a Gold! Medal. For the best STALL!O.Va Sugar of all kind; Coffee. Teas. Soda, Butter Glass and Harth-
that intend ringe'Crossrs. of China ;
its they Pilot
% ordered sonville and vicinity Saver Cup. For the best MARSH TACKETSTALLIONa Sugar and Boston Crackers Bread Importers ,
: her that' it Sleeve Buttons Eap-nngs and subs Collar. -
by was only fichool the 1st freptember. for the instruction Mackerel
opening a on Herring Codfish Syrup Molamesi'Beans'Potatoce
iO steamboats vessels and other boats entering Silver Cup. For the best MARSH enware,
and Studs, Carbuncle do. do.
t M SL John rye from the city of Savannah Ga. imagination, and finding that he had of Young Ladies in all the branches 'of fine Buttons 18 k't gold Mountings imported, Charms.I ; TACKEY GELDING* Silver Cup. FettLe beat Tobacco Spanish"- Segar. i4s iarnse STREET CSASLESTOX
**aO i an English education. of MARSH 'T ACKEYS, for draft-a Silver Saaff. :Auo- '
aanoa*and things on board.Ahe same will fever and did not of the best assortment ofgood articles pair V V
I WaUovedtoJasdartobelandedAt no complain Terms,from C4 to $8 per Ilrter. Ornamental. now Cup. For the best specimen of SUN-FLOWER-' Brandy Fruits Prcaerve Prune*;Sardine; m, i>.uxnov, w.k waaa, u.ssqL.. '
kar, in this portWjUkey any unusual indisposition, she induced -' branches extra., on hand ever shown of to the ciutVmers.finest Rick kind pearl box SEED'OIL,not free than one gallon*Silver c.p.For Cogniac Brandy Peach dp, Scotch Whiakey JJ"ills"f'Pl, hvtry Mer oeta W1 GesIiSI.LIeiPLesLowestAes V
led Quarantine at Dames ladies from the (ptrpils) can and c'ass' Brooches ,very for family Holland'Gin,- Xadcm
-Yoiing country Monongahela eY.
| RAM Silver.
r -(*** ,is the Jacksonville quarantine ground) him to return to the field. There, be accommodated with board. at the house former- hairwork or Daguerreotypes having in our city For the the best beat CASHMERE CASHMERE EWE--*a Silver Coj Cop.--, Wine, Sherry do., Port do. Claret do, Cham- e' .. *M7"'Srri n8-y
-'a* Consults their : the best artists, in both tranches of the United -
.or.JN day after 7 .
however the! same solemn warning Iy occupied by Mr. Sept blood CASHMERE KID pagne.Ab.ynthe.TEAS V
best V'V
For the three-quarter .
. nnlat siid point boarded the States. Lava Eewings of the most exquisite workmanship T.'G. .
aMiDe by. RAM yi4yj nos<7n & :: 'cManufactnrers ,
attended him at ;o 11EWARD.I and -a Silver Cup. For the best -a SilnrCup.
. PIIUleI'' will they be aUew- voice every step- different patterns sixes. I have sets
*< ANA WAY from subscriber,on the 11th of Brooch For the best 1JOAR-a Silver Cup. For the invention !, TEA8t..TJEASI1I of Steam-refined: S
j* L You may sow, you :It "Mooaer." lie is of a suitable Machine fUr pulverizing Red Pep. and warranted '
po without be the June last his negro man ; Ear-ring and Brooch' and single Brooches imported of the very beat quality CdND'
; :4= saade aad llnbjeetecllo by the penalties reap '1" and in'a tat of extreme agitation about W yean of age and baa a lump on his fore-. of finest quality of gold and unique pat per-a Gold MedaL For tbo beat STEAM ENGINE TEAS importation, reduced prices ia ; ,

{ Jwfrf.tlHStOWl'tW provided corporate he ceased work and bead about halftbe sue of a pigeon's egg. bywbich terns. Mr assortment of Ear-rings and Brooches i-*Gold Medftl. For the best Model of an improved packages from lib to Vtt; ,and from M cents to Sugar Plnms Lozenges, Bock Candy;. .
again of STEAM FIRE.ENGINE-*Gold MedaL For the *Black nf the choicest also 1
honor be he can be readily identified.. A reward $25 is is larger than usual, having had all the now pattern i! luioper pound. kinds a.c. &.
f .to Your tob'L"'LI went home. He took an early supper offered for'his apprehension and delivery either to brought out. V j beat ESSAY on Southern Grasses-BufflnPrise Green of the. finest VV -
Pitcher. For the best Specimen of American .169
I after'attacked-with a the subscriber or to the jailor at Jacksonville. An Gold and silver Watcher for ladies and gentle Silver T. Mc1lILLA.'r1l.
i was shortly additional reward, of 125 win be given for proof men. I have the best stock and greate t variety j,,SCULPTURE Silver Pitcher. augMApotheeary flail Bay.t.For iptality Ltmon !bgrvp eonttanOjf,
t Omcc, swelling in the throat, and, before conviction of his having been harbored bv any ever before exhibited,(Crystal Palace not excepted.)1 1I 1 The Directors of the Institute take great pleasure V- Rent, nJ.y .
. 1854. L'EKGLE. 'in to the public that by the liberality of the
Jrril Plo- Aur 28th white person. JOHN can with confidence invite.orders from Florida staling .
r r.SE.t.r 9. .t r"Mr. Corotuut.liXV sunrise ncxtrnorningwas a corpse. -Jacksonville, IVrida. Sept I, 18M. 7tftwentyfourth and elsewhere ss I fuel assured my stock must 1 State and city to this Institute they have BOW in A Small. Dwelling House' ta moderate .JOSEPH WDILD j"'
. 7fu/ntBe regultioai1iiavbg been es- please alL Orders can be sent by mail, and packages course of erection,to V be the lit of ii' term It iaaltoatod. .weatan aub- Dealer in Painta, Ofla Glass.SklrChaadleryt .
?" Dissolution of Oopartnel'lhlp. July next and in ample time for the approaching urb of-the town, on Ute tract owned br '
j; : y say predeceesor in ofiee with regard AMEB- or articles returned in perfect safety throughan
p.I "JU staaawrs amriag at this port from Savasv SIB CHARLES APIQ ON THE NOTICE II hereby given that the tJartIIerabip officer of one of the steamboats. ... Fair, a large, commodious and elegant building, V Dr.Baker. ,There over an acre ofirrodnd NO.SOW EASTBAY.OPPOSITKPLASTERfS'
,.awNiBt of th* existence of UM Yellow Fsttai : ICAN EAGLE. -A.Ietter Cfom Copenhagen Butter A Co. was dilllOfYed on be G. M.$ GRIFFEX capable of bolding 11\its main HU8, 00peronaj. attached,'-Apply to C. DREW.. .flt7i JLEC/UNIf.S-BL.'fK. CHAKUSTOX
. -& itj as aa sod we of July, by mutual consentJ. V Successor to the late M. Eastman, and also in connection with it very well adapted July -U. V V Republican Offloa. Bfttejuefiutantif fortntiPa a cs'wrst"._
epidemic| although said to have 'been written by is authorized to settle the business Machine Room which will enable the V
.u- or&M uw-ee or saab O. Butler ja19 June,18iH. Savannah,Georgia.SavannahCity.oteL. and spacious FOrRent.V I t mnd OH MM KSatlut .WJ.:
r ?** reports Mre:: at that of lbs emiceni. Prompt payment of outstanding Institute to furnish sufficient power.for ny kind ofTtrftntim*,
SM*a our Charge Spirit*
epidemic ia
that toe
C CIw\efIoDJet fearing Bedinger,. debts due the firm is requested. .of machinery that rD'y be dfor 3th.bitJo... ;r: EITHER Room*in'o* House entire Gat -. giF.Gi ZJ=.
Jsiaxift there before you next a.rrhra at this place! an account, interview 'JOII1i G. BUTLER, : Every attention will be,paid:to, all article*,sent on the turner of Z t"iW* daasMd aa4 with* '
1I it advisable> V r at.this office for
7 Charles ata R. H.LEESE.- for nb bl on. owned by Mrs. Robion., Apply : e
Sir MglO-tf
iVtl?aM **entor the Common Council,) -.- All article entered for;iemiiiwmia'muit be sent otnn, ACe ,- V' ... y.July87tf UIlB..qf.t

. :, at atEJffT,to reqxirs yca*"*1'rth- public dinner. After making us 001Jartnerah1p.NOTICE Terms per Day 150... in on orbefcre-.Saturday 11th day of November T ONDOJT DOCK Port WiDe; vft -HVH-BEACH,.'. -" ; u

11tellDJ 1"r vesselat Dames Point(which compliments the bluff English k hereby given that we have this day next directed to care of the Clerk of South Caro A )Madeira i 1er and Wholesale Denier ia .-, ', p'NAf
. J.& avula. qaarantin ground.) awl allow many to bip for the purpose of TH* BEST LOCATIOIT IH TIm C1TT-BAY TUT Jr1Uoa liDa.JDI& Charleston., Article mal be sent French Brandy, all pure and gexaiM 7 expnsarj- TS.lD6NS TJlIJJ ,
I ph.1 -11 Pert I'b y ei.. M that admiral remarked ; sawing and pUrainr lumber,at the. Steam SawMill nn POST owe ccsto louse*m EXCIUXOT.eonUnuastfn after that day for exhibition only. Contributor / for medicinal purpoat*; -. VV ., Ells.'llKNCH 4V BEll 'i'.i'LD 4

#. If''-that h. saay aaosrUinif"; eses "I.begin tobelievein i the description known aa the City Mitts,under the name firm mfr"'rMtabhhed Hotel at the.above the Fair are respectfully requested to send full description .V ;APornECARY BALL., I wQv&jazjjffJssr GOOD. GLO VHoMDT I
the public
open to travelling of the articles and such general information '
&i4enboard. Ujsaebewil1 .
r- .4 .
Ala'-' .
. lilt 10'sflih1lo that which eartiftforwawled ,which ,*ome,one. of your,,orators and ..leot.Btl8IAJomfa.. DUTLER.: i" :rates of charge,the house bemg well fitted to aa may be of naeJo the Judge, and.suitable. .V_Sept.T_ Gold and aDftI't. W-eW. 4 JewelrrWHJOAlf ":_:"Vnly .
. when JACOB E. K1E BUTT: up and constant _attention being paid. for publication.- Address ;- VV -, Choice HamtL-- -.. ., '
__ 20 b. to thif office gave .of the. American Eagle," jicl iq its V *" I '__ V V V : a.Unu17.- '- .
r WiST-r: .>*da.U vs board y en will }he; said *he"Bits;:: on'ihe top'ofttipAflegnany ; Jacksonville Female, Institute' An proper omdbnirwiU in attendance at the steamboat V CLERK. OF THE CA/XNSTTTUTS V Charleston So. c.; ,r I: MTIST receiTed.p" steamer from ew'York .
t .J2; naaaniatUifvanatJMgToad nn and to :May 15. jy8f ,. a J and for sale at C.pte4n J1 i ardS"Cheap 8 dc PBSCK, .:. .
railroad V
c. St. ._-__..aM ._* a1t> B eny.i di1ihii-beak in-oAt-- '&IISS-.8WA&T will"tIIeI.or renme&l1e: &ptember charge'ofiLl. convey and passengers stoamshrp to landings.tbe hotel, 'where the depot undersurmea ":" : ;; '' Store._V V V __. __' ,J.1y st.- UiV rtenam4 Dealer teFwreiara ak
vith 7'wu.l M WI, 1antic1C'.nd 'h j lpit1: of : thi6' l tita\ibe OD wtllnu&e every eflbrt to pleas*all who mayfavettbiin'wltb BuilflintLotivj Prime: Orange! County Butter. teatio Hardware. Catlery, O..t-
dB suburbs bfjaetooovllle.Anatomy <
at woa.alehi the "
I" knows Tf"tfc' *-**<< i western Piotola
.wm..u .: : $ stesmAL *
stretches onft ngvove/GaiuidAy the a \"tt 'at ri or,! r I .A. :K:1teId.JMoBob 'VECT.IVD tr iew Tovkjv ji CJa> SadUc*. S"H
1' 'sr
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_'liltV' Ire cf ttr &. 8ig*
SItrrier; frO tnit .BLACt '
; t1ve'weI. _b
and kr .
I ,--1M- 3Ie3ico7-find the n.rt' ; _**"' 'JaS.BTOur. 8ft .. V V ... or, srIcJI4.s, S. C.7 .
other er:, grasps Ae., ours.Auguet .
o $
-to lie *. *Mt eh't ssrv't 18. Initrueioa lit djr.iwbmg .Sy V tat of the Marshall Heus-. Ffb2.1' JOS. S. BASER July '.
r. C .aT'tt'nlDf. continentin Jus claws !S' IY 18l\4-1m.




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PinalKotfce- 'rGroceries1 &cV. ,. ]ir. Ch1uiIiIon's THE UNITED STATES MAIL. .'-l nr.
lIE subscriber desire that tboM who are In- KW boshes Cr ', .f-\. :. r.., CARRYING V V V f ,; cAiNWOB1 ---4 F&.A.-T:

T,..elod0 him by' note, doe bill.or open'account ..6 bales Ua YEGETAULE hlladglDhia. & Savannah t,-ro,. : 3.2, Iulf7ib. V_ V I 'V AD.V) .

will rome forward and settle by the 1st September I hogsheads Boron Side. .1. Line. ; : .cr -' -V V t'J "> AjEPOSITOftY .
Steamship ., jt:p./ ,
,or they will indiscriminately be put into barrel Mess Pork, ,. v Ague HedicinefA '.'.. ": .,.: ":.QHIJ .1; sandenonjSD ; RemoTtdto the -
nit. 15 barrels Clarified Sugar, Sole aud certain cure for Chills and Fever, In J w1m Subscribers having -made'utlftsl" andvaluablelmprovementsinthtirestabliihmcxit .A :.. 'iCOUXSELLOK:; 'l' LAW, V in Holme,'

I calculate to pay my debts u a principle of l Powdered aud Crushed.., ., .-. all iu complicated forms ; also an effectual CHANGE OFt SCHEDULE. V.M. ', ',' ,!v V;lrD Q3& _
konor. LeafLard, .-. remedy for ferns of every descripUon. Price 76tcnt The Atlantic LaOrango RaOiwd *6nnects at I a etbW1irepredto Curniara.o Jacksonville,. !.17,1850. tt.mrsl Offlce V
This notice II particularly directed to those per 30 Canal 'lol '-- *. I East Point with the Macon ft Western Railroad. .-J-. 8teanx. dgin III| of, nay required..power, from .. Jacksonville.,

lions, who have been and are in the hnbit. when a 50; sacks Tennessee Flours -'S. Through from Montgomery,. to Savannah in SO hours. ': "' 1 to 1$) h9rsc; V V I- George W. Call V "H HE,is kept constantly en band
Physician's bill presented of not paying (except 10 boxes Pale and No.1 Sp .,);;7x" Dr.Champion'sVEGETABLE .Leave :* z. Arrive at Saw Millsj'V V V WTsn4WeUeisctsti.t0j0f Ial'ft
by then calling in other medical aid 25 boxes Candles, : Montgomery 8.SO P. M. East Point at 8.20 A. M. Sugar Mills; V V 4Q.
without any other cause than a desire to defraulII 10 boxes Candy. East "Pointat 8.45 A. M. Macon at 2.80 P. M. Horsepower,; :V V V FLA.B .: Dr.r s. S Chemicals

the laborer of his hire." To hoe f would say, 20 dozen Brooms, Macon at '.110 P. M. Savannah at 2.80 A. M. Grist Mills-.and all other'machinery used In V V VV Always received' by the ".

stay with your late choice-/ trust they will be I dozen Buckets, N1.tTLIOUS. Anti-Dyspeptic PurifyingandOithDrtks Fare from Montgomery to West Point, t 3 50 .this country;I VV : V fresh "lid genuine. Also,ttUtCmtifZSS J*
paid. Among honorable persons and in the code of 5 reams Wnppmg Paper, .. *': A Pills possessing fonr important ". West Point to Cast Point.," S 25 V Iron and Brass Casting V ,,El. PEARSON BRCSUKS,.SOAPS, LAMPS. Bta VS

medical ethic*. "Pay one before you employ another pairs Boots and Shoes, combined propertieS for die cure of Diseases care- "V East Point to Savannah, 8 00 ( Steamboat, Saw Mill .an ," is the msrim. I do not complain. On the gno dozen Cotton los full* and correctly combined, one article to assist this Line consists of. tho well known first class! at short notice .V V $1Dns.Iill3Q t mlUC&., Country orders solicited and Punctually
All for sale low 1.1 ,,by of another, fur the benefit of the Health V rAil machinery purchased from'us will be V V attend
contrary having found out the debased principle DOW the effect Steamships"STATE V WIll attend to the transaction of Bosinem in the to. I'h" *"" Pl'tlCriptiool
which au actuated such persons / couU not be .une 22. 1854._J. C. o i1aakil1d. Price 29 cents. OF GEORGIA," pnt in operation in any part of the State, by competent Supreme and Circuit Courts Lethe Bast-. despatch. peat up wiib cart 1D4

Groceries. ., .. .< V BELLIVILLE'.: Feb. 17, 184G. 1,250 tons, Capt. J. J. GAR I1f." Jr. machinists when desired, and upon reasonable era and.Southern Districts, .of Florida.. _ .
.MJlENRY D. HOLLAND. and for sale low V of Belleville Illinois KEYSTONE STATE, term : V )JuIy3.V' V V V VV SODA WATER, 1 BOTTLKS
received Lncretia citizens
We 'tLe undersigned,
tApt JUST per .. .-_. 'tons Capt Roan .Drawings 'and estimates furnished, without V V will be
Jacksonville Jnty SO, 1858. Cash -. hereby certify that we arc personally acquainted I kept on band daring'aD the
sucks Rio Coffee, with br. Champion of this place, and hare I strength, speed...and accommodations, these charg, :, YOOn VV V los m Robert Baker, Ice for cooling that nCrnhiDg bne l'iJr'u.willa
Notice.J f I Java Coffoc, superior article,' been for several years,*and hare the utmost confidence I ships arc unsurpassed, if equalled, by any V A GOOKIN, JACKSONVILLE FLA, who may call For it at the storta V

c. BROW2T would respectfully inform the I barrels Rectified Whiskey, in him as a Physician: -that he i is, in this on the coast'River navigation, 100 Founders and' Yl.Chinists.'JAeUOntu'Janrf.J ATTORNEY'AND' COUNSELLOR AT LAW'; $; Water win be kept. at. ox )
the surrounding IS54. Om .Utan.
citisens of Jacksonville and miles. Two nights at sea. ,
3 Old MononsahelaIW, community, and deservedly so, a. popular Physician. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. V k---- V
country,that to bas located his Store on Bay(street 1 Superior White Wine \ V 8AH.ISO DAn KVEBT WMMCRSDAT mow IACH POST, I V TEA .
t pposite Pf. Baldwin's Offioe,.and neat wholesale Bisboc and A 1 I.imle Oil, ur.. We further certify,that we hare used his Tills in V AORSTS! _' ; V .BLOEIDAWORKS. 1:51xr'ALSO UC13I1b, Agent for the New York Pekm T.
where be offers for sale at C. A. t. LAMARi) 3iI. .
be In Savannah;
1 our families for several years, and find them to V Tea of direct importation,and of 84
Good Comm # the Atlantic and .
stock of Dry Oftw lot' Gulf gfatet.F5T Yar
retail a Urge well-selected 5 c Sugar.C : valuable efficient and safe medicine for the cure Comer Drayton and Bryari StretttIn V a quarter to lIb isa
CrFbc a r-RO a package
Hardware "V Office ia tho Court basement
Boots.wd Shoes Groceries and. Provisions of discuses for which they are recommended. That Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN.37K .. ; House story at extremely low l'neell.Eif'"COtJ a1I1RmAtecllIIII
of door Probate Office.
a large lot Crockery- V next to V fcb23-ly
and Cutlery; also cash in 8 Champagne Cider. they are in high repute in this; community, and oft North Whims. Vf. BIGGS JACKSONVILLE..FA. __.V TRY DEALERS supplIed. _
ware. For sale at extremely 10w1.riOCShfor >. 6 Claret-: Estephe," e'celebrity and good_ effects of the Pills we have I In New York SCRANTON t TALLMAN, R. are now prepared to execute promptly orders F. C. BARRETT DCIDO ACCO.&XII wiTs CAlL y 0.
band by Brandy States 19 Old Slip near foot of Wall Street. ,
8 I Otr heardmtich (rum.this and.the various other i for Garden
& Flower
Jan. i2.1 S'.e Old .- -which they ore so extensively used. \\e.thinkS "STATE OF GEORGIA" will leavn Savannah: ; V NOTARY PUBLIC V Seeds, Plants*

Notice. 6 u Chemical Sperm Candles' them worthy high recommendation July Itlh and 2tHh, I October 4th and 18th, Steam Engines, SawMills, Sugar I Commissioner, for taking -Acknowledgment also always kept on hind. *

"'nE wdereigned is under the necessity..ofogainJ. 2 Green Tea" Hurricane," w. F. B01"AIIrlltor of the B'& ch.,' August 9th and 28d, \ November 15th,29tb, Mills and Pans Grist Mills Horse of Deeds, mr26-r' T. McMILLA-
: calling open those indebted to himAo come 8 Odlong Se Witch," Tnos. HARRison, xmnisteroftbex.,, September Cth and 20th | December ISth and 27th, And other Instrument of Writing; to be used inV 'S.

forward without further delay' and pay ni'. As it 2 Coils Manilla Rope. V JOHN EET.VOLDS KX.OOV. of ill.. "KEYSTONE STATE" will leave Savannah: Powers, Iron and Brass Castings, : the States of' V A CARD .
is his Intention'to make some changes ins business July 20, ISfH._T. IIARTRIDOE:;: W*. HCCLINTIC cl'k of's court. July 19th, I November 8th and 22d, and evcrv ,ariety'of Machinery. Casting,'Forg- NEW YORK'AND PE. NSYLV&XU. HA1E.

thi ensuing fall he is compelled to close his Llmekc. V V V JOBS D.:IICGHS, rrobate Justice.BICIIABn Ang. 2d, IGth and 30th | December 6th and 20th, jog, and Blacksmith Work, Saw Mill, Steamboat '.TscksonvilIeFtorida.V V oet4-tf THIS will inform my friends and eus ,,,,
present arrangements by the 1st of Jnly. Alt accounts Lime HAT, Bc'cordcr st. clair county.w. Scptemb r ISth and I January :d, 1855. and other repairing. t. V V since the I late tire in JacbooTiI1e..bith

unsettled* that time will be placed in the ,)o BARRELS 20 kegs lIi' TOmaton. V c. Eisxtr, cl'k' of st.vaster.clair c't. court. October 11th and 27thJ J JV I They will continue,the manufacture V and V keep V V j. ii. ii,.nouns, with many other store,also coimnraed the Apothecary
x1TCitELL, Post V I have
hands of the officers for colloet ton. JAUKS H. OTT, Traveling Agent. ther:: of PLOWS Hall now established in R.h., .
proper hand ,
12 bags Rio Coffee, in the constantly on variety 'O3ixr7 CP xsifc>:.aa.
1' L. D. MORRISON', Legislature. Block three door from
the fire is Sep. ) .
saved now rssrs BlIbee;
His remnant of stock 4 barrels Synip. July 20th, TIMBER CARTS, CHAINS, Ac, to which they V JACKStINVILLEFLA.EDiIUND 4 c.
CARTU.V, in where I
for BETH ncp. am receiving a fresh sad
'cred at original ot, new |
2 hogsheads Molasses, 1854.U. respectfully invite patronage. jy6y supply of
nARTRn>GE. V L. D. CABANXE proprietor of steam Jlilt.N. Drugs. Medicines 'Perfumery. Combs
Porto Rico Sugar S. Mail Line. : WHITNEY
hogshead of countcrfe ts there Brushes and Fancy aPtieies-Garies & %t't
are no
JJ.-De"3fe *
.-.y___Uth.1SM._________ju__15_________________ 15 boxes Manufactured Tobacco, ChampioL's. Pills made any where but in Belleville, The Springfield Mills: Commissioned and legally qualified as Oil. A Brushes; BornDr( Fluid No .ahrall. .J
Notice.ALL 10 barrels Wh l key, 1lI I10.11 All those purchased in the Eastern Cities New York k SavannahSTEAMSIIIPSSEMIWEELY Measurer and Inspector of, Lumber for band, and GIUIII.amplIj; Choice D.nj.,5

persons indebted to the estate of Abrahnm H barrels Rum. purporting: to be Champion's Pills, are counterfeitand LINE. Comprising Dnval County I for the Sew York PekinTeaCompany J 1h&U
deceased of Dnal county, lire requested 5 barrels gin. worthless. Also, all those sold bv men traveling Steam Saw Mill.Corn V Ijl1.Lth. May be found, when his services am desired' on I their Tessln great variety and aA otbero1l1llm.k'P
to make immediate payment!: and all persons For sale cheap for cash,by J. C. BROWN. with aud selling the Mexican Mustang Liniment On and after March ISth the new and splendid :inquiry at the Republican office. I portation and warranterf. I shall be btppr ".
will June 22, 18)4. side-wheel Shingle and Platting Machines,. jnnelO '6m .
having demands ng-unst said estate V are counterfeit. There arc none genuine except steamships V V I my old friend sad customers call and&nd '
please render them duly attested within the time V those deposited and sold by our regular Florida. 1,800 tons, Cspt. M. Wftodliull, LOCATZO AT TUB KAST' .XD OT TUB C1TT,;' 'V V V V thing fresh and new. and at low prices for wh'Y
4 limited by Uw,OP this notice will be plead in bar. Wm Blanchard, ., Traveling Agents!, who carry with them no other ;Alabama, 1,800 ton, Capt. G.R. Schenck, are prepared to execute orders for V V SMITH & BRADFORD, Attendance Sight and Day when prescnptioM mil!

JOHN BESSEST, Adrainiitrator.R. Bar Street, op. Biggs & Co.'; Foundry medicine,.but the genuine Champion Pills, manu- Augusta, 1.500 tons, Capt. T. Lyon, Lumber Shingles' and Laths. V 'ATTORNEYS; LAW oR.NOD be put up with punctuality and care.

O. BESSENT, Administratrix. JUST received barrels direct from New York, factured in Belleville Ilhnois. KnoxviUc- 1,500 tons Capt C. D. Ludlow, it moderate'prices, deliverable on their wharfi for Solicitor' 'T. Yclr1LL.NE.W' .

Block Creek July 10, 1854. 5 Coffee Sugar.Mackerel For sale by '_ will leave New York and Savannah every Wednesday shipment or ou tho street for City uso.- : in Chancery,

Notice. 2 2 Sperm No. 1 Large OJ, THOMAS MCMILLAN. V and Saturday. V V Terms CASll.At V V V ALLIGATOR AND NEWNANSVILtE, PtA, GOODS!

partnership heretofore existing under the 10 Whiskey, V Jacksonville Fla. These ships; nre the largest on the coast, unsurpassed ply to V. V V V Will attend promptly to all business animated

THE and style of Wallace and Moore, Lasbetit 6,000 Choice Segars, V in speed, safety, or comfort making their E. A. DeCOTTES.on t1\1 premises.V V to.them.M. V NEW
dissolved by mutual consent. All persons boxes bndy, V D. MILEY, passage in 50 to 60 hour. and are commanded by N. B.-Corn ground on toll at any hour of the Wm.R IITI1.; V a. BRADFORD. GOODS.
V Orleans Molasses V skilful careful and polite officers. They offer a Office at Alligator. Office at Newnansville.feb2ly Subscriber has wst
baring claims against the firm will present the 4 barrels New ; V Traveling agent. day. V V THE received and a MB.
same and all persons indebted will make payment Together with a full assortment of Family Groce- July ST, 1854. V most desirable! conveyance to New York.V acksonvlllft ,jli 6tb,ISM.THOS. V .' V V receiving a large supply of..
which will be sold' low for cash. Call Cabin passage t25. .
to F. M. ries. very V
Wal1ilce.F. PADELFORD, FAY A CO., CLAUDE STEWART.ceicics DrjGoodsand Groceries,ReadymadeClothingBootsand .
M. WALLACE, and see. July 27. .J. nSJIDRJCK JAMES If. CTJIO3FH : .
.Aug.4t JOHN.MOORE. To the Public. Agents in Sivannah. V oQoQQ i tc&,..! y. V Shoe?,
Pork Corn fee. ; SAMUEL L. MITCHELl
-LMllEilME. I
'Notice. received at the, old stand, V V -T- 1_ IIwnT nlTy 18 Broadway, New York. FIfEllS :. KlgZ-tt! XEWNANSVILLE. .. ,V "}'U.V Hats, Bonnets,Ribbons',AVc..

JUST barrels Mess Pork. rrnE.nE1migned, sucessors' to TWA- Uudersigiied, having funned a copartner- V Among the many articles may be fonnd PltlTTS
will be absent at the North THE -
undersigned have in
Building, store To Travellers Going North.
TnE the present time until about the 1st of 8 barrels Prime Pork and fur sale n for the purpose transacting a James BL Baker LAWNS; JACKOXET, jlcsu.xs.cpfo.:
October when will a stock of COO bushels Corn,* : V : GENERAL MERCANTILE BUSINESS AT V "\Mo." Plain and Figured BEKAGES SILK
Goods for next this, market.they In the re-open mean time their 100 barrels Flour, V V V A General Assortment of U.'S. Mail Line. MAGNOLIA, E. F., ATTORNEY AT LAW,V TISSUES, Plain Swiss, Striped and Barred M1js.

business will be in the hands of RODNEY DonxAN, 10 sacks Flour, V would respectfully call the attention of all who are Jlttigatar, Columbia? Co., East Florida.RICHARD L1XS. Black SILKS Colored Dress SILKs .

EM. BLOODGOOD A DOWSE. 100 bales Eastern Hiy :: : V Merchandize., Through in 48 to 50 hours desirous of. purchasing i _cheaply_ to >their large and ninr SILKS. Dotted$SWISS.! 4e. Grape bawla.
June 22d.1854. 2mNotice. 9 firkins New Butter. u ___-- ___ of- -Dry Goods- Groceries- -Provisions weu-seiecvea owes., consisting in pan 01- I ,.BIKCSETT. CHAS.T. OOWTHSO.BIRCIIETT embroidered Swiss ShawLs rjam and Euib'd L.C
June 22.1S54. f'. N. WILLIAMS. Hardware Consisting and Cutlery, t Hats Cam,V, Crockery and Glassware, Laces, Hosiery Gloves Bonnet, Ribbons it lc!
Plantation For-Sale Hats nnd Boots and Shoes iddlcry: and a
Subscriber has closed his store and gone Boots and Shoes 'I nlfl, Medicines,
THE HEREBY oOcr for sale plantntion., known large assortment of Books and Stationery and all Leaves Adger's Wharf every Saturday and Wednesday V
of and Iron Nails
stock Oils
orth to buy a new clothing I P"iJit"! FOR '
I other articles suited to thj trade to which they invite V CLAIMS Ready-made Clothing.A .
Furnishing Good, Boot., Hate Caps, Hosiery, bthe name nfiJAX JOSC..whicb: has been for ; After the arrival of the cars from the Hardware and Cutlery; Wincfow Glass. V V V
Gloves, &&, which he will offer for sale in the new the l last four years cultivated by pic. .It hlllllellted the attention> of the public, and ask them to South and West: V ; attention paid to the Provision Busi pViStf/JVGrOJV CITY.. V large selection! of Ready-made Clothing, of

brick store of )tr. Summers on Day street bv the. upon it a good dwelling-housr, and ont buildings, cull I and examine their stock before that purchasing OS U.T \DA1'-TUZ KSW ASP FPIKKBID OCB.1S STKS ness. Hay, Corn, lies Pork, Flour, Bacon, Fish Will give prompt attention to the prosecution of superior make and ent. V
15th of September. J. L. RIPLEY. with an excellent well If wsti-r. The number elsewhere they flatter themselves they can MARION, 1.200 tops, WHo J. Foam Com'r. Molasses, Sugar, constantly on hand in largo claims fur Bounty Land. Extra* Pay Back Pay. Drap d'Ete Coats and Pants: Heavy Ham
Jacksonville Ang.1C.1ES4. acres ff land is 550! which is cleared hammock; sell as low as any one VV else. fur cash or,country JAMES ADGER, 1,500 tons. quantities.; V V V Pensions, Ac., before Congress and V the neverul Coats Pants Ac.; very fine Maneille*Vests,cor4
some timber land. There is an orange grove con produce. ON wznEsniyUNION : Produce of all kinds purchiscd. Departments. All business entrusted to their care and white Shirts Collars,, Cravats, 4c.
Notice.riHE taining from four to five hundred trees. I J. D. BCIlTOy.] '. r'l. W. GRAVES. l.roo tons, RICHARD ADAMS, Com'r. AU are invited to call before making purchases will be speedily and faithfully attended to. :. Gentlemen wishing good Clothing win do well
The plantation is. situated about seven miles to calL The public in general are solicited to nd
nnder iCTC y. B.->!.W. GHAVRS respectfully Com.r. V .1"IRnCI.
above Jacksonville water five land and and examine Goods and Prices.which will be
k JL stock of DRY GOODS to Mr.ISAAC ROBERTS by $ by : is he public that be still continues: the These steamers are unrivalled on the coast for N. B.-A large assortment of Negro Goods such Hon. J. rorton,.U.S. Senator. i sold
the bank of the St. low for cash cash T.aMOLi'BLOCK
cast at
I take pleasure in recommending him to all his former immediately upon Johns safety, speed and comfort, experienced and cour- as Kerseys, Blankets, &.' V V S. R. Mallory U. S. Senator. I very and only.,
accessible and in view of tho steamboats Business Jacksonville
I who desirous of obtaining cosily Dagucrrcan IIENDBICKS CHESS.; ,
commanders "
friends and patrons lire teous tables supplied with every luxury ja5y A. E. Maxwell H. of Repraentatirrs. V
L. B.
for Cash. -rlr. R..wi I passing wp.the river. V .. -, Pr. H. D. HbUanft reiidenet. which will insure "
I good bargains ont dtor weft of : to travellers by this line E. C. Cabell, Florida. .
I ,'uuh1ollo sell with the eleven April 3.5.1854.
place ,
k ep no books. T. UAKTRIDGE.JnlvSO. l large and small <.n111.lIlofhonol.lI. negroes, Jacksonville, July 20, 1S54. I every possible comfort and accommodation. The Atlantic G. Yale Esq.,San Francisco, CM. .
1S.4. : acrenty- This line connects with the steamers Carolina aDd T. II. Duval Esq.Austin, Texx. .
of stock cattle and and
five hogs; if any per- Florida, from Falatka or Jacksonville, Florida,end Messrs. Small wood, Anderson A Co.,N. York Calvin Oak:&' Son
Notice. son would like to ptircliase.kborlly, tfiry cun.pur. PhnixGROCERY through tickets will be issued to New York. ( AiL' riG WORKS Brodie 4 Pcttis, New York. ,V
I SIX WM-VS: after date application will be nude : cbAse the now growing crop; consisting of M' For freight or passage having elegant stateroom V V ASD V J. G. & J. A. Camp, Sfinduakv, Ohio. Manufacturers and DealersJacksonville V
the Honorable Judge of Probate of Duval acres of corn, 5 acres or cane, potatoes Ac.-the. K&VISION accommodations '
AND STORE apply at ciGcc of the FoundryMAXCFACTCRt Holbrook & Nelson, N. Y. m2J-tf
all in condition. .
I Cnnnty, (or Letters of Admiuietfation on the e- crop prosperous agent HENRY l MISROON,
f i ttate (if John Snmmerlin late of lid county dee For terms of sale apply to the subscriber, who T ng.tndergiied respectfully informs the citi- Corner of East Bay.and Agger's South.3Vharjr Nitlls

w, I ,-. *.Angnst ed. 23. ISM."MTOTICE HENRY W. E. CLARK. can found, through application at the Republican re-erected zens his of Jacksonville store upon the and old vicinity site on that the he burnt has Cabin passage' ,from Charleston! $2?; IIt er. I W'ell Known Composite Iron Railing, WAftHES; AND 1J EWEIJlY.TIlE &&nl T L &C."

-- The subscriber desires to :",' .' his ante ob- district, on the square immediately below the Buf. ago, $8. V splS V I. WHICH is so called ioeausc composed of Fla
I is hereby given that an application ect in selling is because of his wish td retire from fington House, where he still continues: on hand a and Cast Iron, connected with- ,

I 1 will b made to the nost: General! Assembly pl:1ntinAnd not on account of any ill-prospects stock cf.FamiIy. CHARLESTON and FLQRIDAU. cut rivets or joints, the ornaments and connections Gold and Silver Wnrtcli,Jewelry inform the public that they art pre

I of this for a charter for a Railroad from c'rt of the Plantation he offers for snip. Groceries and Provisions. S. Mail Steamers bc'.cg: melted around the wrought iron inmci:111c and Sliver Ware, : WOULD r to manufacture at short notice uj
r Jacksonville, having its eastern terminns WM. J. CHRISTOPHER : moulds, making each panel, as it were,
: kind of RIFLE other GUN. ia
: article ( be obtained or a. style niuur-
the? It be made like Watches
wardly. For Sale. invite a call from purchasers.juU -.rJ commences. may light Jurgcnsen hand,.at their mannf ctnry, Rifles,Guns,Pistols
t .
J. B. HOWELL. t ) WIRE RAILING, or heavy like CAST IRON Real Jules Jurgcoscn Watches with certificatesfrom Powder, Shot Lead Percussion raps flash ,Sb's
NOTICE hereby given, that application wi O NE-TITrnD of the Burlington steam ssw-nsill 'K FlOJ.da.TnnOUGn RAILING. This Railing is unequalled for cheapness him with each Watch warranted perfect Poaches and Belt,Elastic Gun,W adoJin .sad MAer -
ma to the Legislature at its net situated st the jllnction'or Doctor's Lake strength, and durability, .and is peculiarly time-keepers, price{150 to t250. Sportsman's articles. Together with Davis
for a for th Jacksonville Building and and t. John's river, twelve taics: above Jacksonville. Steamer Mount Pleasant. adapted to Cemetery Iota because it never needs and
TO PALATKA 24 TO 30 HOURS V Cooper- Watches V V Knives and Dirks of every description, a variety
1 Ln Aug. 3-t loct .. The mill has recently been put in fine running repairs.V rototioo.
of othw article too to
; condition, and the location is in every way yfThis steamer,which has been The CAROLINA will leave Also, a new style of Farm Fence at 85 per 16 Duplex and Levers in Halting and Magic Cases Shot Quit, and.numerous tad

) Savannah miffCiiiege. desirable. There is belonging to the mill in the P. i rG I .__iX y* put!in condition for effictive! Saturday at 8 P. M. Returning will Charleston leave Palatka ever feet. easily transported and set, and very muebliked. perfect V time-keepers. $125 to (273.I V warranted tRiUea.. Pistols repaired V a.1-6I1.
nc-ighhorhood of two hundred acres of land, (an l service, is now prepared to I V V -
SESSION t every Monday at 7A.M.; Picolata 10 A. 31. and IndependenS&cmd,
18'5.J old field) which answers well for a pasture for :;:-"t : resume her regular businesson Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 A. M. ; V Also, all kinds of Wrought and Cast Iron and Quarter Second, Watch, for.timing horse,
D AIKOLD,M. D., Prof. Tr and Practiceof stock; five dollars per acre bus been frequently of the St. John's, in the.towing of vessels, rafts, The FLORIDA will l leave Charleston ever Tues Fences Verandahs. Balconies, Ac.. Machinery and I in gold and silver cases.. "1125 to $250.V :Fasnionable
Hficnf. fared for it. There aro also two. comfortable &c., and performing such other service as may be other coatings to order. V .
dayU 3 P. M. will V
1. M. D. ProC of Obsttrie dwelling houses negro quarter, blacksmith shop appointed by special contract. Thursday 10 o'clock Returning, A. Ml, Black lonvo Creek Palatka Designs and other information sent to any address Chronometer V B 0 o.I Ii kill g"
W. 1'!. D., and Engagements be at any time entered into ; 3 P. M.; Splendid gold 'pocket chronometers, which run :
tLOI. Pf tools&1'. For further particulars terms, apply may Jacksonville, 4 o'clock A. )r. post free, br SuWriberwoijld; inform Fsbflc tit
Friday the
C. W. M. D..Prf. )ffict Chemistry to the undersigned on the premicI.D.; with the Captain in charge of her, at any point at These will be GEORGE FOSTER. Agent without any variation. $I2- to $250.Eightday V VV THE be

H. L. BYRD, ).1. Prr: Medics and WILSOJT. which she may be upon the route, or with her pro. when trips either steamer regularly may kept be up temporarily except: incases 303 Broadway,corner of Walker sW n tchtS. found at his-shop gone at through present I the located are on the cuw bwil
Tberapenties. CHARLESWILLEY. V .
Burlington Mm, March 30. I54. a6 prietor. mrl6-311l NEW YORK.
H. MACTIX Jf. D aSf withdrawn for overhauling in which cases due Watchm :run eight days. $140 to$ $ district, 0\ Forsytb street where be will muasm
," .E .Prot of Institutes of Medi- _
notice will be
C ; For Sale. given. Enamel Watches, to DMMifactnre onier.GenUemen's V

fe.I J. G. HOWACD, M. D.. Prof of Anstomv. VERY desirable place not only' for health, J'fOi'lldow BlidS, Stages These of steamers East Florida connect and connect with all both the Interior J. M. EASON BRO., V For. Ladies V hunting cases.: $35 V to:V$100.Diamond Boots of first quality,

J. D BuD U. D, Prof. of Pathological Anatmr A. but as having some very good planting land, THE Subscriber keeps constantly on hand an the New York steamships, Carolina railroads ways,with aud CHARLESTON, S. 0., V Watches, AS well as execute ivfmWng i in rcnctaL .He fatter*

Dnsttor Anatorov. near Jacksonville being about ten miles below, ( of the Wilmington roads.NTPossage For Ladies some ia magic cases. $55 to $500. himself that the gencnl satinfectiaai be_liftS
J. J. WD. 1.Dn Assistant Demonstrator of and fifteen from the Bar, known as Rcddr's Point BASH, DOORS BLINDS, ... from Charleston: Jacksonville. $s- SXlSlm.tJDrr Q3':1tJ:1zo tr cT V Magic JV dche' while following, the business in St An rti Df.U
tract For nndengne4; regulariy imported from the North, which he will ---. --, entitle lea to
I AmT. particulars enquire the from Charleston to Palatka, 810. Which change into three different watcher V well as since his, residence here will
rpHE RECULAR Course otLacsuysin this InX 01:0t.1ilJAS.- J. ICt1LL, VV sell at very reasonable advances on cost. For further particulars apply to STEM ENGINES to 117S.i $100 the patronage'' those-who :-wi h a weMttuf

ititntion, will commence oa the first Monday V J.. V B. D. HANHAM, J. W. CALDWELL Clwrteston. : Boot made out -of the best material. fliUs'-
In November,and terminate in V For Sale jaD'2G-ljm' V Jacksonville.; BELLECHASSE A FINNEOANfblOf ilnd Boilers i WatcJtes wMch! Wind UpV d avor to. perform his work with every em tl
(return t C.UoWnA haftdlOme.bttiJdln Lot..jn sqnarcV6,, V and turn the bands .
Preliminary will be Monday A very Jacksonville witbant aey key.:,$35 to $1'\. promptness and fidelity.
;the lth day Of October, until the cmmec : (No. .*) fronting on Adams Street near the Jacksonville &; Alligator Plank Road 11. R. REID, ratatkL. OF ALL SIZES AND.DESCRIPTIONS. Fine God: Lapine Watches 4 holes ja36-6ni., CHARLES POETTKC.Wittlani .

men) of the Regular Cue for no i, residence of Doctor Cartridge. Tenns easy Company. Machinery Saw.Grist,Rice Pounding Threshing jeweled. ,- .,.. $25 ,
tiODol|bewifl beru mjOTICE is hereby given that a a MessLl opposmON'LINE or for any special purpose. Castings in GrO'lleW
i cess to the Medical and Wards of the Savannah July 18..1354. tf Gold enamelled for I ,
Surgical ment his been made upon the stock of this Iron and Brass, of all varieties. Out facilities for Witches Ladies, S5
: nOpit. This extensive charity is under Piano For Sale. Company, of twenty dollars per share, payable to Carrying the U. S. Hail doing work are equal 'to any establishment the Gold English Patent Levers, V 35 Arrcn,l..AND! JEWELLEB

tb he of two mel of the Faculty, good PIANO is offered for sale, advantageous the Treasurer, on the first day of S tcmber. United States being able to V turn oft'wheels and Gold English Patent Levers hnnt'g cases, V.54 Post Office)
In addition upon BETWEEN Silver,Patent Levers low (In the Room adjoining the
A to 15 fed diameter bore as aft 16
bm clliclleul ar terms A. A. 4Ch1USJune GEO. W. CALL Secretary. pulleys up cylinder' up V
for learning by : Falatka Fla. and Savannah Detached Levers. returned from Apia to*
opportunity 29.1854 tf. Advertiser copy. auglO-tf Ga. to 80 inch diameter, and plane 8 feet square of.any -14 HAVING Europe
4: fractital medicine at the College Clinfouc, .. I (IXSIDB ALL THE WAT,) desired length., V V sscinV and all other styles of Watches, 'at :equally. low oll r his services lJiaoJd 6ieDda-
which is open dailv t virtue Of V price : : the public generally ,With V his fiptneoce* tile
_ J During the past of two hundred DWELLING house on', Dural street. Inquire .'JL'an order of the Hon.Felix Livingston, Judgeof .JACKSONVILLt-FLA", AND ST.MARY'8 rDia 07U.. ;. V : V last twenty-sin years, as V a Watchmaker, he laP'sV baYS
It cases operations were prescribed for the, and o.e thirty Students Surgical of F.. C. BARRETT. Probate for Duval county onthe 4th day of September BR.UNSWIOK, AND DARIEN, GA.' Eagle Iron Works Diamond V Ear-rings, Pins. Bracelets V V V FiRings r to give entire sotisCiction to those who wis*to V

at the ClinKjue.performed Material prc or Anatomical inrrtigatipnfwyi Juno 22.Wit. V V V nut.will be offered for sale before the Court VV 4 The steompacket WELAKA, and Crosses, fur sale. at much less than the their work done in a-workmanlike aaaur.repsir'the

) abundantly supplied. Fees: )Iatt House door in the town of Jacksonville, all the Cant. N. .KINO. leaves Pa- OX CUT ST., BETWEEX nAB.A Urn ST8.V usulp1acnsVV V V 'i 1 ; V -Watehev Clocks,and.Jcwe&ry-
.'. b of \ Sea Island Roller Cotton:Gins. real estate, belonging to the estate of the Into latfca shortest not'ce.Charles. !
Monday V '
every VVVJeWth'3f.
p. \ hl tJ LurM.alt; John A. fur the of the morning Richmond Va. ; V V V -
RE subscriber fur the liberal payment at 8 o'clock. :
grateful patrenege -
II&; & Forlurhe in T ; 'All kinds of Gold Chains Pure Gold Wading ,
formatkm, ,'posUtwud.June28 of which be blll been the recipient takes One debts of said estate VIK Arrives at Jacksonville' same evening, and leaves AT these Works are manufactured Portable and I Rings Gold Keys and Seals,Gold Pens antI Pencils! De WaalJACKSONVILLE ,
H. thill opportunity to inform the I'luters ot SEA negro woman about sixty years of acre; Tuesdaymormng at 8 o'clock! Steam Circular-cow and
nrRD.Y. Dean. touching,at all the Stationery Engines I Gold and Silver Thimbles, Bracelets Breast Pins
that he continues to manufacture S. X Of Pee, 25, T. 1, R. 25; intermediate EB
ISLAND COTTON places M above.- Mill Machinery. Tobacco Presses-Levers-Bands, Cuff .
I Pins,Lockets 4 U.ET 1WNJ
j Page's Improved Patent Circular the l latest improved V V N. g of See. SO, T. 1.R. 2R, no acres; Thsough fare from ralatkat Picolata and Block Sheeting and Sharpening Mills, Knives Sinkers Spectacles, Gold Tooth Eiu'.RingsGoLd Picks, Charms Nt. of Sec. 24 T. I R. 25 S. & E. e
% 160 .
Roller Cotton Gins, Double and Single acres; Creek, Brass aud Iron Castings of everv description V V '
., 00 J" :
$ Chains .to
_. C SAW-mS at the lowest rates fur the dumbihty and quality of S. E.3# of S. E. X of Sec:10, T. 2, R, 24, S. ft B., Through fare from Jacksonville. .V I 00 mhSOy PHILIP R AH H-Proprietor. aSilver': VV V V ,

GEORGE ., 'r$cr* kr, f the Gins. Apply at the following 40 acres; Through tickets ore furnished from Jacksonville ... Wan. V V : :ia any part of :
-t. e mlifl 1(4 respect A G CXTS : N. V.N. E.'X and RW.t of S. W. '(. S. 22, T. to Charleston for g 00 Sterling Silver Spoons Clips,,Forks. ,Pie Knives. SALES ,solicited. -..
f11nlra the public hae greatly in. A.nb1er.k Ilorg, Jacksonville, Florida. 1, R. S-, N. K N. W. V*, and S. W. & of N. W. KTThe WeUka connects with one of the New Circulars ,.," : Napkin Rings\ "Fruit V Knives, Wed4ing Cake. Goodascnt to the subscriber on commissw V *,ether -
manuftcturipjr establishment and X and S. 'V./}of N. E:if and N. W.V of S. E. York and Knives-Am &c.V :;' ,. V be nicT
arc will
S. B. Thompson A Co.,Black Crock, Florida. Philadelphia steamships from Savannah tJ'ndersi d.1) leave to inform)fer for private or auction; disposal 1 q
$ BOW prepared to execute all prc. with prmpt Messrs. Richard A Co. ", V 1jof S.&.T. 1..R 25. S. tf Of S. W. #.of S. 29, every Wednesday. THE Factors.Planters gs. and Dealers ,Watches and Jcwelrr cxchAnged. All Watches attended to and amounts speedily forwarded-'J?'
I ness (or their' celebrated Bcnct Teosdell, Palatka, .". 1. 2; R.'26.-80 acres. '- ACEKTS. V that is i ; gene.tranT. warranted to keep good tame cr the ODeY. rttarnti.: Subscriber baa been known in this eommmUT*'
the .
V be 'tiJI.pATtDg" highest market .
CFLA which Lot No. 4, S.,'2, T. 2, R. 20.-57 acres.Lots : ; V : *
Sur.MILL bye given 1 much satisfaction George L. Brown, NcwnansvilV, 0 I K. n. DUKL' Palatka.! cash prices for viz Repairs! : V a number of Auctioneer andotberrt
: :
the U also STRAY. V Nos. 2, 8 and 4. of S. 2IT T. 1, R. 25.S. desire that*-
v aio as Po- T. I). Deiter, Mineral Springs, .: BISBEE & CANOVA A.Jacksonville. V All kinds of Watches and ClOCkS cleaned and He offers no recommendations,but
_ rss, of : and POWCRS. -W.V of N. E. tf of S.-47T. 2, R. 2.IE. W ofNE.irand himself
st fbaif be made stj
S. should
alliz r Mumford. Georgia. M. Leather in the mines concerning
P. CentravillcgCL : LAFF1TEAU. Savannah. V
I uiit.aadd yarions other Machines and Implements, S.McCll, '.' ; V : 8. E.Tf of S. ET V S. 15, T.;jlT.R. Rough; repaired aa1'ill tho best'manner V ,at...south. lees than the commercial house at the place orbit residence.

"''l for ccoaomlaing labor. : Bc* ent A rollir.Traders V Hill. Georgia. 25W.3O1N.W.iS.IT.1R,25.V Steam Communication Hides Sheep's' 'Pelts, Deer,i.Goat,.01. V a CbT express or mail to all parts'of the V Since the fire.he baa located his store oat r0rsr6 w--
fiiooe their PortARLC All of the afbresaid tracts of land situate in Dn- Anctiea
j CIICTLAB ; 4'.. stree the burnt district where his
on James L. A VV ,
King .
> UnitedEtetes.. ._ .
V (
.V. ia _. nink ,
tor Ooon Fox \i. .jf.| :
OBTWEKX ; Opossom : :
tat Vt1 ;
\ Invented by, and patented to, their IDior N. Ilardcc A l'O. Surannali V V uDt1. V V iDeA 1 it also at'present conducted and_bell
,i they bays mad many Improvements, pre. Way A King. Savannah, ;' V Terms' made V knows on day of ask.V .Savannah and Florida. and Oat Skins V 1 V VV Wafdket and
I I them them to Cad first UboMavinjrnacbines Tison A llichiird;WayncstiflGcorgIs.V Administratrix. new and elegant steamhxrts WOOL, TALLOW4c.Being : ;\t. : V m CASH AiD COCXT P ODIfC8

Hcywtrd A Dswson.-CharlMtoti; South Carolina, : J. P. SANDERSON, GTho \"ST.JOH 'S,"Capt. V a direct-consimer and exporter VV V of .: No. I 1 Wall St., 3d floor,near Broadway, juts V OJ" CHARLES. .'.'

; A pamphlet oatinm.full 4esoripttons of their Th' snbscr'bcr: keeps on hand, at low prices,' March 80, 18 1. Jn22d ". Attornfy."pajOTICE J jajE ffigaan AIS FIUEBOBX,'will leave above named commodities, $J1 facilities therein ar> ,rJn.l l8-T\ .: V,_ ";KJBW .YORK.. VV' -
: ereral dauft **, ttmu, capacity for '- !i ii. iTSiwJ; > Savannah unequalled,enabling him ta offer inducements to V
n Thursday
also Gius is to -all creditors heirs every
Boxes and Brushes. lie at hereby given ,
_ (' aaiA?. *V.w I,o application by letter, be forwarded lowest rates. ,' repairs. ', ,.J/i.and legatees, and all others interested in the morning at 10 o'clock, for Palatka touching. aU. all in this line of monccs to consign suchto biD, V V J.General. HOL E8 VV V AuctioneerAND
to V
anyltrn wanting one V lite.of the intermediate points. Having established a trade of this nature, in Commission MeytbantVioq BUSINESS.TEE .
: Persons in want of Gins, will please direct theirorden estate of Ferebea Thigpin, Putnam county, COmmSSIOlT
J Having Ity ohf tvmaqtt l an action the of six This boat has been built expressly for this trade Charleston, m connection with an extensive Curry ST. Nsw Tout I .
I ; bronrbt in S. Court for the District to the .,subscriber, att. M ", Georgia or dccea .thaton expiration months from has and : business Leather WAW., : V VV Srib 'hari been appointed la"f'
large ing in the
state Rough in
airy room accommodations for kept our city
for to his Agent: THOMAS VANCE. the date hereof; I will apply to.the Court of Probate .. paypartieular attention to"sales. oC Tel- t6ee '
ef ) an infringement of their Patent : and will lucrative result ( .IL lor the of DwaJ. by Tcrnprof
V passengers the yield a ban the countY
alA taking inland route more giving
4'l8M. for the of Putnam aforesaid for final preseny.uperior and other Southern
county a
: Angust? low Pine Lumber Live Oak
- Rlgh L Ir. tAs ptsbiic agaiiag i accommodations for tDTalidi preference to foreign markets and from the moderate Florida will attend. -
: t t pri settlement of my accounts with said estate, and a and others. ; Timber and Produce and to orders purchasing
I c7r. bvild.r.c Sea Island: Cotton Gins. : discharge as administrator thereof. Thil boat V will leave Jacksonville, on .ner return rates of freight on all transportation.lines there ; Incas entrusted to bin core-. 'roar $.'lit.
\ Ad GEORGE PAGE .. WILLIAM TmuntiAdmiittratar.Pftlatko VV to Savannah every Sunday .morning at 3 o'clock. exists nothing in obstruction1rtothe augmentation !!! %andi. V N I fence:ia this capacity,be V &t.ters

:&hr;,Bltimr Me ort THE subscriber takes this opportunity to in V February 8th 1854. febl6 8m For further particulars .inquire. of CapCFwje. of this business,.with the Southern and Western V JOSEPH OBICE,, V V will afford .fact nfl who mA're .
it t JOHN CLAs.I the planters of LONG STAPLE COT. BOW, on board, or to V country. ,Ho hopes therefore, by strict attention ,.ftl Jer! t I 4. services. :'All shipments or eo .'

I 't' aall.Jaebon"ie Florida. TON, that he still continue the manufacturing of A.}3UNISTKATB1X NOTICE.r-AU persons in- CLAGHORY'CUN' INGnAI, to this branch to merit the patronage of.the large 'fJ Commission Jlerenant.YOB1t.' '". him vnll be promptly and1 i ., .

t't I 1:1: the latest Improved Roth Gina at hi* usual rates; ,debted to the estate of William S.Donaldson, _. .._ Bavann h. and rapidly increasing trade pouring into this market le"'I'86 WAwSVN attention .to the sola of ( ?. *tn _nl
Hoe fc 00' Patent Ground Saw and U to all order* without late Duvatcounty deceased ? A CANOVA with the assurance that tat Srttct sod prompt given n.lacboD ,
'I now ready tall delay r of / are hereby request Jacksonville produce consigned I V all articles of- entrusted to his ..ii..O Holmes and C. V V
SnoecrflxTt manufacture, from the V AGENTS.Bisbce .n_ V '. V ed to make immediate payment to the undersigned.And .I BENET A TEASDALE, Palatka. him .realize the highest proceeds'f ,n V_ : --,' I 'l prouco care-' '," ,, Beaton and ijwongssavinnab.. V V
TTTE CIRCULAR b A Canova, Jacksonville, Florida..' all persons having demands against said estate spl5y.V :VV .. May 20th. f '* _*t ''h He presents this tv the favorable notice of all interested VandallbrdsrapromptlyeOurpliedw1tIs.pI9.tfV / ->j-'ch II .'.BancroA, Bfttt!, *_ArsnaOva ,< sT1T.
.: ti, two Inches to STE.Inches In SAWS Their K. It Drike PsIMka, V are required to present them, duly proven, within in the extenp.zonof the commerce and home .* V I GB.J ..' .

Saws hardened and and are ground S: L, Xiblack A Co., Alligator, MTiaon I. the time required by.'law otherwise this notice! wiU productions of the South!' -- V !'! CDTiU 'J' b..i -
aad nniticd a by tu expressly for A Spencer, White Springs, be. ) ar: 1ILY.4OLtLDSON PorEnterprisoand Very respectfully;:'.rJOHJtP.. BAUM, Hurd's Golden GIossf:for;the Hairr ,,- -
Watts A Cole lfMnkuvg.Mad.soo Co,'Florida 'lulSoSw Admin ltratrlx.'SIX' Leather and Shoe Findings House,',7 I ''- .,
; the and are,'therefore,much superior to J I i V t :: 114 .intermediate VV 'V "' Jt'MONtf the many preparatieW'ibr the growth $25Rewarth.;
D. C. Aonsta & Co. Georls.Thomas ., m2tf ,. $$ JGngstreeCharfc5tsfl.lV zI
J Ccntrevitlage, -j '
.c JrfL of the Hair this Go :GLOSS' takes'thelea4vThrte '
&; la tatnaer. uj they are ? shall'' ti> Sb th1jJoim
\ 44 .' :' months from' date, present Landings on the frtthesnbscriber
1 Billiard i< : my A'S
t trerietbeiwd and by .mKtO iatUotnm V ehen to the Probate of Columbia V reasons i:will;be give nil'it!ii'fcovnjversally R. awr RG
Judge-of OE .
_ John Mitell,Twdcr's Hill, St.John's River. ,*Hides Leatheiyfcc. ""> egTosztll IIf&4t
r f lariT'from the eottto* t County and ask for 4 final:settlement and dismis V > used and preferred .to,&II.others: 1st i .
(.001%' m.rqlcntIy do not. become.heated O Campftold, Savannah" Ii sion:M;'Administrator the" estate-ef William The T Steamer DARLINGTON: Captain JAMU undersigned. u&m. blVftfafdft'thatlrt because'it'has provM the\most effecraal in BaldJaessv 'H l ta..fiietef&h.Wack' =
buckled and saving to Cooper & Gillilond, .' BEOCK..WUI leave Jacksonville,' Saturday ,THE: cash prioW ortbe 3d, becamwit imparts beautiful dark gloss ''iute to Y'--:3 is
produce a great every the
_ tib. B. H.Allen, Liberty County h' Viniant late of said connty, deceased. : : still paying highest. riimgin ODe efJus e Sn4IJ'YAn7in'O .
1t They-als) vnaimfcctnre CAST ILL' mta JAMES: VINlANT..tdmlnVtator'VV ." morning at 8 o'clock, arriving at PaUUca some dIjoarin2Palatka n following,yiz?_ :':.* --- -. ,- and..deKgbtful perfhm to Ibe.IIsir SdV became him will be .
Scott A DereauxvChariestonB V ,
_ ( Carolina
DCT08S'CUT.8AW8ANn: ,.. ,.0 o'clock JlQndnymornmg atR1fi..1 U1Gi51btg37V5InsV the Ladies with fine 4i nfnat.jowbldi' they 1Ie
PIT A ILL Itoaufort ". i iErtrt V JaeQNt'rille".Tu1l iOtht18. t \1.1. A'' |[ inCOuuOeUOflWith PrinwHidetJmr3f aM abovsrewmd :
Capt B. B. Bythcwood; -" tie! .: other:reasons' ft4.1UH1 0
WEB8-npcnor(anlity, alcwrl r V wt merCarolina.sndWeiaks, "(.J'rime :-5. 4 to41O'1" .fl" Muy WhO will lodge Ua 1IIJail.' Jr.
___ t ; principalHarvwkM'UcRataU fI :.-MINISTRATOR'SWOTlCE.SLmon4buV will'reach: LaJce,'.Uonroo tameJ y.-.Returning .k.' oo il4 be giyeiwhy ills grsaiyorite. butttps* one ; .
for pals, Or.heIBy h Ct.r Bnislies mid RoITcrs can be badthe at ,. LeAibei : i1a"r .i.t will deliVer bra 10 V at 8t. "..
United tttatcB BOxes. : date I shall apply:thollnn. Judge of will Enterprise.i::6' CJclt Tuesday morning, Bcesw.r'av; "iS ." "I. who wan morttSWonlVlo-Wve M a trUt /T3" OrsagllIia on till to. .
ud ., .l""U .i ..' snb eriber-fat .*Twill U. $iOlr., PcTsu s&wanthig Probate of >uvl couutyftn.lettes., dim JiOI'1.asadu .dd Palatka at 8 o'clock Wednesday momiBg,.sod 'i J ,The&T.. free of any oWt1't01 '.., J'to : Friee-IBsetmX tt> iargCbetttetiaTar-taM'1ajDJ1n' Jao all JI reasonable 3eggS,' explaIN id aaoI .. .

o' :1.4,'.,,R..DOE I CO.. oftIVciU rcpalfc .EK*:"* V>d' 'AtfiptikJulylJ'i6e4Zni. >in.utrttof-jo/tb46tate, .. .. of.Thomas W. Jones. _arrive at JsckaonviUe, same day.' emed 9r. g oo* ort.--r, a ,6 ftka I"tor"3'j, and aniim.1'4o'o-atne{.,,"llth.lU&U .:,
_I :,p u4 Gold-Sow 0Pt4) V ..rT'( .. J& MAURICEKlEtQ ; : '; I FI mk.April 22, ISM. 1 JaU-w- > ; Rt: JtarpO.ur. ", 1 Ju 19-tm, Admlnistrak-t. JnU :1t:1I; REID,;Aa't at ra1.ta. .'hlarlq S.c.. V V t4m : .oi yJ..Ttd. :

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