The Florida Republican
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Title: 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
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: July 23, 1856
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Hr.: Buchanan beforethe: Cincinnati whole spirit,of the'resolution hinged iiLi; t' 'the remaiisYof' 'the Senator- this meeting the members of Con- Ciwnna1iPtatfonnsof'2-pn4G! < : .

JJoctmiTthe !! r CONVENTION. upon that,word, re.igious t ,. ; ,from ..1enytiiiiavere :of such a gress who, at that: session, 'sustained Thiris,true,. but Congress baa ,the- 1

Evening Xcws.1IV What the Democrats thought, of Him. The vote being..taKeain Mr.'ATdr-. character that,ho#_could not. .permit the cause of Justice, 'Humanity"and power: under the Constitutiontoap-" ,.

iT Charleston Rural Life. Mr. Charles Irving,who some years ris' amendment, it stood as follows:: them to passin s11 nce. patriotism,in opposing the introductIon prop }ato ,$100,000,000:, for the; par- ,

ago was associate Editor of the [Congressional Globoj vol. 0. page. From these .tcs and this language of slavery the State then en- pose of building a Rail-Road from,the- J :

I *esuno**" ny consUnt feet.to trace Nashville Union, and at present the 74.] : ofMr..,Bu banan,if.is'clear:' deavored tQ be formed out of the Mississippi nverto.. hajPatfific; O< ocd aDd b"l11.TaoKrsos. Editor of the Va Re- Years ;.Mcssrs.. |st..Tha t'l K> not to Missouri .
fbt 1 Lynchburg ( ) Bayard, Buchanan -. : ;- was pposed Territory, are entitled to -Jam Buchanan. _' : "rc f .

I!10 ve to tene the City's strife publican and the Presidential Elector Clayton, Davis;-)IcKeon, Morris;, ther: t jd ramb1e in the wood on the Democratic ticket for the Prentiss, Robins,,'Bugglesi; SmithbfIndiana question, species of agitation which of humanity." The Spirit'that Gorenju : .

AB1omeotp*s country hfe Lynchburg District. Mr. Irvingwas Southward Swift Tipton Mr. Calhoun justly regarded as more These resolutions prove that Mr. _The.FredcricksburgRecorderj.bne' ::. 'I J
.i ad tost of rural goods. fatal than of tKe raoiCultra democratic paPers, .
the advocate for the nominationof and Webster-14. any other. Buchanan at that time was Missouri .
j,I1 lk faetth' m.-e the,s#*! Oak- Mr. Hunter for the Presidency, -Nays-Messrs,Allen,Black,Brown, 2. That he recognized the consti- restrictionist, and that. he occupied in 11 Virginia, recently declared : V. r. t _

.tbe sh nDcr-1 a uvc or crack a Juke> and was callea to account by the Calhoun, Clay of Alabama, Clay of ; tutionalpower of Congress abolish upon the admission of Missouri, the Were"we compelled to- chose be., ,

* Aid With DI miad: unfettered free. Washington Sentinel for letting out Kentucky, Cuthbert, Fulton, Hub- slavery in the District of Columbia, same ground cupied now in regardto $ tween Seward and ,Filtmort for:Presi -1

at break of day certain little tit bits from Mr. Buch- bard, King, Knight Linn, Lumpkin, opposing its exercise only on the Kansas by Seward & Co. .How dent, ice should riot hesitate' a. 'moment' .
,&.d lie yet ig"stroll along an's record, and what follows is Mr. Lyon,Nicholas, Niles,Norvell, Pierce ground of its expediency proposition any man can believe that, Mr. Buchanan to't vreftr? the former. '
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I pVawBt! ficlJi(If new mown Lay, Irving's reply to the Sentinel : Preston, Rivers, Roane, Robinson, which the position of Mr. Van with such a record,can carry Atlanta (Ga.) Intelligencer, ,. : !

the jLed be-r tic rea pet's son*: "If silence during the battle con- Se ic-r, Smith of 'Connecticut! Bnren shows affords no-rcIiable protection the debatable "Southern )States of : another; democratic paper,=says I '

* JU Unflb I ,too,uf the fanner's W" _, stitutes a claim for office, how can Strange, Walker, Wall, White, Williams to Southern institutions. Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, Lou- : For our part' we do not, 'SCIuJ: Jo. .
So} clear,* full*f gee! the South expect Northern statesmento Wright, and Young-31. 3. That he refused to commit him- isianaTennessee-and Georgia againstMr. I to say it, that we would sdoner see

Art otd t,f pleasure liVc aDd of jyJo I uphold her banner," when abolitionist The fifth resolution to which Mr\ self fully on the great question as to Fillmore, passes my comprehension. Fremont, traitor. he'is to the home of i
trvm towu me. his ,
birth .
one I are seeking to tear it to tat- Calhoun here referred, and whichhe the power of Congress over the Territories Besides this, the Democracyhave the President of the United.

....EJ: when the work at twilight's done, ters. If an ability to- get free soil justly regarded as the most_important of the United States, and as nl) knowledge of Mr. Buchan States than Millard Fillmore, wjionqver .

To benr the Lapptairth., votes makes a candidate available, of all, and struggled most perseveringly far as he did go, evidently left it to an's position upon Know Nothingism. ceased to hate and :perescute '

Of him fbo truly is earth.the son and that species ol availability is recognized to have passed without be understood that the abolition of This Js another issue in the coming the Soutlu until the'Soutli' had bought '

Of when Liodlr I mother we his evening meal as a merit at the South, amendment, was as follows : Slavery by Congress, in those Territories canvass upon which Mr. Buchanan is him off with the Vice Presld IiC!." ;
And .
pboi-d OD his!little cot- Northern statesmen should court Resolved, That the intcrmedling would be "no attack on the not openly identified with us. On the other hand, the N.'Y.: Tribune : .

f I(el,aliho I should not feel, frccsoilers, and not struggle with of any States, or their citizens, to States in winch it exists." It is thus seen that his record will and the whole host of black ,

S AI cOY1 of hi. lut. them, if they wish to be Presidents. abolish slavery in this District or in If his opinions, in these respects, make him weak in the Souththatthe republicans and negro worshippers, .

t \Hij was not I a farmer mode, Such availability may be very desirable any of the Territories,on the groundor have undergone any material change, ignoring of Pierce and Douglas denounce Mr. ,Fillmore and pposehis' I

Tbceutlitodigand till? to those who wish success alone, under the pretext, that it is immoral the country has not yet been authoritatively will make him weak with the Nebraska election because he has been true .,

t flat I taijjU: MT the land obeyed, but those who look to the interestsof or sinful, or the passage of apprised of the fact. The men in the North. How,, to the constitution and the-whole -

! lut'er it chose to drill. ., the country may be well excusedif any act or measure of congress, with reflection cast by him on the institu- .under these circumstance, can he be" country. In the late bohter'scouvCntion -

ritoo bare kuowlvdgr, to be books praised they prefer a different standard.I that view, woald be, a direct and tion of slavery one of speeches available? Respectfully, in New York, one of' them',4'aMr. ...
from ,
Jlach more than got better raiteJ certainly prefer that tho South dangerous attack on the institutionsof in England, and the studied design C. IRVING. Waterbury, said : ,
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huw taut was
Td ln koZs! should PKEFER the selection, not only all the slaveholding States. he has manifested to keep aloof from I.I The days of vascillation have .

.f. Wan planted' near.. by- l of a sound man, but that she shall This resolution, covered the whole the excitement growing out of the From the Florida Sentinel. passed ; the day. for storm and determined .., ..... .

t Uncle lien's liain.Cnck vote for the nomination of no man gound. It met the issue boldly) repeal of. the :Missouri Compromise, The Harmonious- Democracy. action has come. In the ;'

Ken was a queer old man, upon any such ground of availability.The and fully. No Southern Democratcan are not well calculated inspire con- "Jiehold Jiow good and Tiow pltatant it i* for Philadelphia American Convention. .. : .
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L" Aqneerutdznauwasbclie ; coming election must settle the hesitate to say that it embodieda fidence, that if his views have under- brtthrfn to dwell >togttktr, unity/ t$ ?Ia1in. the American cause was: ,prostituted ., '. .:
owned a ram-a butting ram; it has been The administration of }4 ij. Pierceis to the purpose of slavery in the idthi.S
= slavery agitation. I do not wish a great truth, to which events have gone any change a changefor .
i? la fret Lis buttaig pmjicusities prompted single free soiler to vote the Democratic borne the most emphatic testimony.Mr. the better.So a democratic administration, and nation of Millard Fillmore. 1 stand

i 1jobuttcrerythiUgbUttblC be could see. ticket, nor will I willingly afford Clay of Kentucky, moved to much for the slavery issue.- every assault upon it is an attack here to-day" and repudiate* that, nomi" '. .
the democratic nation.
His fat old "ife never used a&tool I, the slightest excuse for So do strike out"and insert the followingas How docs Mr. Buchanan stand upon upon party.Richmend :
, To milk would ne'er lit dawn, ing. A prominent North-west Democrat a substitute the tariff? Will the Sentinel say that Enquirer. These are specimens of the spirit

:' Acd though old Hen called her a fool, told me to-day, that the nomin- Resolved, That when the District he is sound,or justify his 'low wages" Resolved, That ice thank God that that governs enemies of Mr. fill-
:: TctkLe would never bcaricu. to h'sa-- the the administration of Franklin Pierce more. But here is the spirit th tgo"crns
How stand
speech ? docs he on
ation of Mr. Buchanan would enable of Columbia was ceded by the States .
vice;tot to Tech]ruckle the la vor, she said be w.idorL French \ which Presi- is drairivg to a close/-Michigan Dem. our great leader ..and.'hisfriends .
Trumbull, Wcntworth, and other ; of Virginia and Maryland to the Spoliation '. ,
free soilcrs to come back into the pal United States, domestic sla\'eryex- dent' Polk and President Pierce vetoed ocratic State( Convention **& : ... .

Bot one sad morn, as llriudlc stood ty. I am not anxious to get back isted in both of those States, including ? Every body knows that he I, .It will be rcmembere tliatin the "If there lJt' hosc,.. \\ilk or South; ..

. Ccneaih the UU-1y pear, such characters. These arc some of the ceded territory ; and that as was in favor of it. How does he other district convention, (in Balti-- who desire an administration for tilt. .

4 t Old Was Den's oulkir.g wife in hi-r iitciry-occupying wood, ber usual my reasons for not prcfering Mr. it still continues in both of them, it stand'upon the Pacific Railroad? He more,) which it only required some North as against the South, or for tAt... .

jos i&n,with pu tcrior txlrcmity a little: tlcv.tcdutbeair. Buchanan.But could not be abolished within the declared himself in favor of an appropriation -: FEW DAYS notice to convene, that the South as ,against the North, they care
t there is still another reason. District without a violation of that of public money to buildit I office-holders of our exacting Presi-- not the men telL, should give t4 irif.' .

I- and leu te} fact That reason is in his record. To good faith which was implied in tho as is notorious. In fact, is therea dent were too strongly packed forunadvised rages to me. For my own portal .
The ,
ram espied '
outside of the '
I And I loudly JH.-II did shout; carry the entire South we must have, cession, and in the acceptance of the single federal measure, except that Democracy "no'Wonly my country\ my whole co n-' w- :

! ..NjujtJovrn.xtH.udown!' he sternlj cried. not only a sound man, but one who is territory, nor unless compensation of: the United States Bank, upon custora.housc. The result was tilenppoiDtent try, and nothing'.' but.,my country." .

:: wJUt: rlit diOr.'i Lear biin, and before Ic above i n peach men -whose record is were made for the slaves' withou'frla whiclr ,totfTtfriot recorded against of two Picrcp delegates! S lnJ.u"de ov. J5.' ..,.'"""Wtla.-4 LW- .... -'.--, ..

.4114 interfere,tLc rjjlU Cad turncdjiis fat old wife stainless as the principles he ad. manifest infringement of an amendment l, Democratic principles? How can -Washington Sentinel.the South ha"etaken It is the doctrine thatthe people' #
Buidecurl! Is of the Constitution of the Uni-- wehppo to the united South I The Deraocracy.of *
vocatcs. such the case of Mr- carry their stand on the Kansas bill. of a Territory, while in a territorial .
:\,," Uncle Bon was very wroth, Buchanan? Lei the record answer. ted States ; nor without exciting a with such a record ? Will Northern Richmond condition, 'have the right to frame .

: Ay,TCTV roth was be; Mr Buchanan may be, and I really degree of just alarm and apprehension Nebraska men overlook this ign ring does Enquirer.not the such domestic institutions as they .-: .
lie Vtok the pnmUtoiie from his trough, think he is sound, but to carry the in the States, recognising slavery of Pierce and Douglas? Is there no Congress possess power chose in the exercise of this right to

Aud,tying a rope to it, hung it ou a limb united South, we must have a record far transcending in mischievous! danger that in admitting the Abolitionist -I to commence and carry on a general abolish or permit slavery. .
f die 6lId! of Internal improvemcnts.Baltimore .
pear tree.Tlivn : Trumbull not dishearten system
ihat is perfectly unassailable. Is tendency any possible benefit which wo may -i i' .
: .
I .
He a bvavy pendulum Mr. Buchanan that man? Let us sec. i would be accomplished by the aboli; the gallant Douglas? Is Platform.Resolt.ed ident's"eto .wn& DEMOCRATS HAVE SAID OP THIS' '.

- lie MI ur.g tl at l1o Jbtl rock; I quote from a late communication : tion." [Congressional Globe vol. 6, i there no fear that in reinstating the That the I're DOCTRINE. *' -
Which ft t med to say, "I'zn up to fun, in the New Orleans Delta, and which page 58.J Freesoil Hickman,who is in favor of of the bill for the improvement It is "inCbmpatable( ,with the con- '. _.. -J .* .
Jlr. Jiini, t.'Jut'ccine iu* will you, aud the editor of the Sentinel knows to The utter insufficiency of this temporizing I lleeder, we may not palsy the arm of the St. Clair flats, and:\ of other bills stilution."-LlMon and American. If* .
an.lfl1t1uuateluuck.; be accurate in quotations from the amendment scarcely need be Richardson ? In fine, is there no similar in character and principles, A doctrine, **of all others," the :

K&t:;: briskly then the fight began ; record : On the 27th of December, pointed out. Objectionable as it was, fear that hoping for :Freesoil aid, that Is not in accordance with the sentiment most,odious to the South."-J\foM-\ .
The ttuue would not**jive in," not lose the few real friendsthe and established policy of the Union and American. -
1837, Mr Calhoun submitted to the in conceding to Congress the consti- )vc may vile, .
Alldlku..Ud Ram would yield to Done, Senate that celebrated scries of reso- tutional power to abolish slavery in South has in the North I It is democratic party,: and that, as therepresentative.i ,#The most rnonstrojas doctrine ovor'a
So be butted all ,and wbeu Uncle BCD of the democracy$? 4
day lutions the objects of which the District of Columbia, and declaring evident to the commonest understanding advanced by an American States
*ttt to b4 Le was fctill bulling like all a in.. great we disapprove o( the ...
Michigan position
were to set forth with precision and against tho exercise of that ,that the first step of Northern man."-John C. Calhoun. .
Bet.len bid Hen arose ucit day, force the constitutional rights of the power only on the ground of expediency Black Republicanism, is to kill off assumed by the national execu- "As indefensible ,in principle' aadt .. S .
Aid sent into the lawn, all tjiose influential men at the North, tive in regard to improvements.- in "" Yilmot .
slaveholding States, and to their sup- it was still more so in this, dangerous practice as,
The Eo had butted himself away, like Pierce and who haveaeth.cly Democratic Stale Convention of,Michi **.* .
port an enlightened puplic opinion that it; made no reference whateverto Douglas, Pro.is'bism.-Democratic State Con ..
Arid under heaven, but about
everything the Territories of. the United participated in the fight for ventions of Alabama and Virginia in
IWII.ajjei cf bu tail: used -completely pone. against the attacks of Northern :Fan- gan.Our .
op rtN orUl of is disor-
Is not the South aiding p us, .. *
----- --- aticism. The second resolution was States. The passage of Mr. Cal- our rights. 1848., ;* ; 1W .
Effect of'>lr. Fillmore'g Speech. in these words : [Calhoun's Works, houn's resolution would have committed them in this first step, when it ganized by the abolitionism within its Will never support ,any"candidate .* .

letter from Washington city, to vol. 3, page 140 :] the Senate, not only againstthe not only ignores its own sons, but own ranks !Pennsylvanian. for the Presidency or Vice Presi- fdency ,'.;
editorssays : That in abolition of slavery in the Dis- also ignores upon the ground of avail- Slavery the corner stone of the 'who maibtains it.-Ibid. ; 0 ,

"Yr.| Fillm rc.s speeches at New- "Resolved, delegating be a trict of Columbia, but also against ability, those Northern men identified Republic.-Mr. McDuffie of S. C. "Among the fair but false and '
e portion of their power to exercised with tho late Kansas Nebraskabill S I believe it (slavery) to be a great '. 4
Rzrg Albany and Rochester, on his Federal Government the application of the Wilmot Proviso fatal theories of this day none-,at- % ,
Ta!home, have been received here by the retained the and kindred,measures to the Territories.Mr. ? This is a question the South political, and a great moral evil. I tracts so much homage as-the "SquatterSovereignty" -, '. ,. '
the States severally, cx would do well to If Mr. thank God, my lot has been castin, a .
Jith great cordiality, and have awa- sole their Clay's amendment was entirely ponder. ) courtezan. There ? .' -
elusive and right over
fresh enthusiasm. Buchanan is to be nominated and State where it does not exist,-James "
They atoscc domestic institutions and silent Oil the subject. It is true that arc none so radia'nt. meretricious
stop the mouths of the Demo- own police, Pierce and Douglas in the Hcrta I Suchanan.Congress. deceitful
alone for them in another resolution which he pro- igsI charms, none,so ready with:
and arc responsible ,
!prttic babblers as to his sympathy or and that in termed ling of posed to have adopted as an additional nored, let the resncisibility rest elsewhere has'no power to interfere promise, and none so sure;to c ver. ""

f lndentification with the Black Be any combinationof anyone amendment, it was declared than upon tho State'of Vir- with slavery in the States, and their victim with shTameandlreproach. .,
or more States, or a y
pnbl n cause. He has given both their citizens with the domestic that the abolition of slavery in. the j ginia, lie may be, and probably is, any interference with it by the people The sovereignty of the people is a '

parties a shot between wind and vatand institutions and ,police of the others, Territory Florida would be highly sound, but these are times when more of tho Territories prior to. the noble'principle, nnd.sJonld: command fir. .

1 they must stagger under it. under inexpedient, principally for the reason than ordinary caution is necessary.It formation of their State Constitution universal homage. Squatter ,Saverciguty1 ,

e has touched the true chord. He on whatever any ground, political, or moral any, pretext religious that it would be in violation of a ; may become tho duty of the Southto would be a gross violation of the is an Jmpos ure-a: c un. '

against all sectional parties, and with a view to their alternation 9r solemn compromise made at a,memorable support him. When that time arrives -federal compact and subversive pj-"the terfeit copy-an ugly'-idol wrought .

tads upon his old conservative subversion, is an assumption of, and critical period in the his- 1 can discharge time duty; butI rights and equality of the Stale. by men's hands, anj\ shoujd bekicfocd_ :; .r
P tform|,erect and undaunted. TheOcracy not warranted by the ,tory of the country by which, while do think that the reasons above Madison Convention of .I1pril- 1856. off ,the?pedcstal where,itsitsln mock ?

here are bound to admit superiority slavery was prohibited North, it was stated, exempt mo from any blame The people of a Territory, like majesty,and courts*,the admiration of -
the States
thit Constitution insulting to '
he talks to the the him until that that of a State: should decide for cl .
W point, ( interfered with tending to endangertheir admitted Southof the lino of thirtysix for advpcating responsibility fools and demagogues.JJ-B % .
&sh1Dgton Union does admit it and devolves themselves', whether slavery shall or i.' '
) degrees thirty minutes North lati-- pin me. I Enquirer. -T- .
.i?:?laye a security for the future in subversive domestic to the peace objects and tranquility for which, tude." The defect in the first amend Very respectfully, shal]'not' exist within their limits.' -S.-_ '_ .

Jjwight record of the past. He is ment can hardly be considered by OHAS. IRVING. James Buchanan. Good News from Qnincy t .... _,
l the Constitution was formed, and by Constitution of the United ..'
ganig The ,
ground Wo have just learned from ,8, gen.
daily. "
to Southern men as remedied by another l:'. S.-Since writing the :above, I
His necessary consequence, tending establishes in tho Ter- .
reception at Buffalo, on FrI.4y weaken and destroy the Union itself which recognized the binding forceof have seen in a Lancaster ((1)a.) paper States slavery teleman who--vas present, at tho :
ritories.-John: C. Calhoun.
asa demonstration still : American .IDeeting' Quincy bn Sat- ,
more ?' the Missouri Compromise.On ; the following statement-: ..
iking than at any other point. It the question to strike out !rr.Calhoun's "On the subject of slavery thememoir1 I'feel a strange rep gnance:brntY? i urday was a rouser in ,pointof ,numbers ,.
Mr. Morris of Ohio, who was then act of mine to extend 'the limits ofthoJJriipn and '
spontaneous tribute from the resolution and insert Mr. -. is not' : ;definite, and and ardent -
*y of all parties who know him the only avowed Abolitionist in the amendment over ,a newslavcboldingTcrritory.Jainu.Buchanan. ] feeling. ** .
Clay's after it had been we: wiliglYc his views: as'expressed + 'I .
Ue will Senate, moved to strike out the 1 : : Love nominated ,for'tne
S.B. was
fri receive a most grati-- modifiedby striking out the parro." in la series of resolutions,, ,reportedby ... .
Had tho Kansas-No-
'moral of tho
%tQPprt in that quarter. words or religious lating! to tho compensation for slaves,' him to a public meeting held In The principles Senate.'and W. H. GibsonM.M.' .
.F iniuore motion prevailed, the effect would braska Actis the only practical solution Johnston and R. H. .M. .Davidson, :
needs no defence. the vote stood, yeas 19, nays 18.- ,the Court House i in, the city.of Lancaster .
official career is his true have been to encourage agitation in [Congressional Globe, vol. 6, page on the 23d,:'November, 1819. of the question slavery in the for the House. This, if wc'mistake @ "

pILUorin: [, and this cannot be successiJ the form in which it would be most 62.] Mr.iBuchanan's_ name standsre, James; Buchanan, James 'Hop rerr torie .--in.nnali. Platform. not,.is',a :capital, tiwet, we- donot .. -
Usa.i1ed. likely to be fatal to the South. It The of sovereign: believe that it can be beat. -Wecongratulate .
Tile Democrats af- principle popular
,corded in the OjJirmat ve., kins,and. William: Jenkins,were appointed '
: tonfiden would have been a direct encourage- established in the Kansas Nebraska t e meeting upon so ad. +
Er -W they do really (ccl.will committee on resolutions,
MrvQat-- a ; ;
d&r\---rj r bring doubts and ment to the Abolitionized clergy of On ft subsequent\ occasion, ;: t the following' .act, makes.Jt: the/&.best aboli mirablo a sele4 ;pn. :/ ',
t .
among .
upon them.1 the North to take the very course houn with a' view: to infuse vitality. and f pOrtefl v"Resolved I ticri"'ine.ai1tre >ever .td..Douglasi! ;' The, meeting,'was 'addressed, b)' : ,.' -t /

Savanna/t, Republican. which was taKen by tho "three thousand into Mr. Clay's amendment, moved to others, :, ,the 1. i Shields, Richardson arid,Co. Hon. D. Si.'Valker.... Hon, John .. '.
.. and fifty divines" who, in 1854, insert that any attempt of Congress That: Represcntalives Wftk Call other ,
and ak-
nomination need
tho I Myrick
sp "
accepting !
Jn. .
this'.strict ,
from .
old abolish the Territories in Congress ; r
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to )slavery
assumed "in the ,
rl line sacrilegiously name '
it ,
Whig paper that I accept in the same era in a, manner,highly satisfactory
I scarcely
It&eUrgiDla& except the Wheeling of Almighty, God, and, in his presence ", would! boadangerous attack upon be"anttaro hereby 1:> .most utmost'endeavors ..earnestlyrequested spirit resolutions say, constructinjg\the to their bearers.. ,>lr.,Myrjck.is the. :o ..
to denounce the of the the States in'which;slavery exists. to u8othciL', -
supports Fillmore. repeal, National Leg.islaturei platform l of principles erected' by the elector for, West Florida his ,efbrt .
members ,
Missouri Compromise as violation Mr. opposed.the na Sable .
-e4-br-w Crbert, of California, indic of plighted faith and"a.breach 'of' u t.; and it was'in his.reply to this' Dech 'to.pr vCflt- ,the existence'of .Convcnlion--77ame_ Buchandhl under at Quincy was considered. convIncIngzid, unnsuallj-- .. a-, ,-
argumentative _
S the. murder ; of the Territories and .Congress n%, power; : ...
mado.tlld remarks :
of Tfiomas Kea- .ional contract.-Snbsoqucnt'events that Mr. Calhoun; slavery: any; .
and nc-
to'commence persuasive. We \ a ,
flie tune since found1 i in the third,volume State' which ,be created by the
been !in, Wasldngtont have: abundantly attested the truth ol which may bo new. way of Internal > count ofit'bynext 'mailcricla, .

city to commitUd to jail or that what Mr. Calhoun said when argue of, his works, pages 195 to 19G', Congress* I can" ,on a general -system Baltimore and Sentinel. ##.... t,:. -

aWait his trial. ing against the. motion "that the and which he commenced( by t)3""g) ; .. U flesolt.tiz TUut: tI V ,. rniQP. 'of.I. Improvements. ,."'-'I". ,.. ".. "

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I: Bate'alladfi toI ., T1&be
to Talwtlw fcrergayot* for- nitasce. as tncro waa when
I and Nttion.l men
as a settlement in prfncipro and fact tST Paiur(VButLT, ICfT Uroq St. 1*our week some few'ofliefeUpwd ectto'ie.Smrtbrn' 'SIa wb.tOrt of charactars 1 1raxb ia;wy foaoftMt element of strength m rrery U mated. 7h "

-a final settlement of, the dangerous authorized gent fur*bta5ning anbllHptions and 'rsir d pijEr.S Iraeit S jtH h1EOfl&tbiL

_$, It elected,'Poiir and defeated Clay}' II want Inc '
t whichj'b.AdrnLnIs'
: oflIcehevYorkCIty. 1 ,. ,
ecen ndhcS the tro. I I't'riiiir& lam j lot Pierce.- Filfinor* eoald? yecei'b4n

ra3eeo* ndjastmcnt; cstab1sbed.bas" .AM'ICA'ICKE. -S .byj 'ollisb Insignificant portion this vote !t w4 fottU Ax1tm ;; S'-
v '
"* :- .aHfecFOR yf him. Bat Fremont will) nearly 'dltlde this veti
look The LittleandDcniocrat
with'Buchanan. We confess no surprise at this J

be assured, that Milan. Pjllm re 't it!' czwbio9oeu1QeonDT. sa'

to,tlie utmost of my Ebflitr.wand'. 'lo -.T > ** *;****--V-i Wft ""* '* H.1ted..LT--;ie >c"e r '- OQ.4jA A -'---s *"** "wM f frcaoenUr Ici U 5f Tbi 'German* of jh
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-J"armi v 'gl' i.--a t cft1epowcrvsten'nio; We wonld sojnjrtt to editor of to&M otfii bareth itI5ka yinnps'are pe, 'ir lIiM1er'iro- dato for Gqyr"f )
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lmesatid fin ail"plabes, : i' trUc!,te tU prrn In Mu ir'gi ndvtitf I4fl.: moat with a mdUi* andonanlralty quite or&rfckg.3Wf Dew ,life into' tti *
MkE -the Uws'be' faithfullj '. 1Sr 'it OIir4 # DEcioir 41a4 *B53:rEea BBwnti in wbe e baTe beeostO1hid: id mi cf the, wherivei.ha ,, ?'

r, Ati4 number ot flexoup par$ Kthla outr btcl
4eeutea11! ; oschIDturtb eI'cocru.nt'etrz. : ; to us give th&niwi
I : .'* .-. -, !i:" (Huvn-.tf : ,HI1, i "alt'conectIon with ,tb 1cui i
iT4t:8egaTdstho: : great Couiprdniisesiatewres'sfened'fey :' O9O'RNQfl, : W.vtcItwajMiud44 $d1 wdh S'r' ajatc'partyaHsbwHVyewYork( of hisi i prp3j>cctt'liTtbese
31r. pffllmofe/it r ':David; Walker' Thereliglon" -' "7 ? v-'v-.e thexe.fit1 5 ;SUU- -jThey-Co'- 3j, e I ; ; Pensiftkta,' N Ie$?. The jraplG\are\ trn% oi
..:Iar tttr efig notigb* as'a matter of the Ohio tndiana.'jninof him wherever ho wes tbl if
iL5 V.oy 9 : 'L.* 4'S #?_ ?\& $& f! 1U zruck ,Michigan; Wlsconsin/'J6w
illd A.F.
*.-: record* to qiioto herd \rhatrights '. IU W ? *, nuupr MieflDcsota, California,' Missouri, Lour raa.ajjclMaryland Lcr him thjegafiant tai1a.jt.

they establish.. Thejr declare that FOirJames CCXGRESS;* i le p trJoticiiaiaej>f ux u adTbejThib ; If1tbeseptperso bo UUa fat ex* er of the Dcmocraticl

new.Siatesr'Hj2JSbalI.be.Kceiyed- io S dtny descrtpiu tutUy'ftjii ate,. an pifiV'i
: r :9F&coATua1AcQv'rL potentate 6rl wwerVbi rtfuses io reopgnizetbe oJerTy.a Piwci his ib9 tome tbls Ter cnaider b'c1 element ot"Mr
into, the Urifoflftfit : constitutions each'twitbiolta | p per% on? ? thing| own lips tho jeasoa
without their ,, t Federal and State ;( i I' tII4bnt fweUff of ibo' U 4wo1Americanr, 'in Buchanan's strength! .Is at one sborof! way,< Tbq
'Qif slavery, its S EIC.TonS: sphere,)as pam antto afl btHef jairViur rulca 1 Ootnnibnsi, Oa.z Wboainounce4 tbemselTttria- reader will bear t In mind.that this foreign Vute, pj which made him,4eate, tbt.
Constitutions may prescribe, at thertiipe'bf w.-iv.'McJALt JOIIT.3ttRTdK, 'Te8areJbGwurds C'l1.American t *. ," '" concern-Frsrik' Pierce
; poHticaj! actiop,
and intorSfittiirb late has "ncrer dttided-that
; : J.JicDEltWOOb Torof Bucaixis: bare-recanted, now go year*, faced
; ,their admission.? :_ _. : Plattprmj. and, our ,lentlpjeuts pa: the Fn.Lv6ttil.Fdur of'the remaining always bee caat for 'the democratic, candidate..* If YcliV health is

j *'TIiat only citizens, of the "United ESTTbosei vrbo hare,.received ibe.J?#>if*>Jwafte "reHgtpnsJ *Vqnestroti,*' ')Ve
}.Stat ha1lcnjay' ,the right of suffrage ( d do not wish Le'become subscribers will please the ditoratthe.N wa and caUenperbimW,answer : kdji4rP!1 Ming 1 S and baa M a general thing eontrulled the election*. will bo'counted bj thousid7'1S

'and of holding'office, the.Tcr- return tho paper. The names of thne wHo oVriot It. fairland.iqnarcly Doss>tbefeiig)6ff) of 'r't' -- and be will readily appreciato 'the extent, ;of.tb4 ;( :i- ,..'_ __-J-k
'iitoi.ie4IL. return the paper will be entered ton oar radii books' otir Catblie fclfuw cit izen*"prevent tben troin fSl' e .Americans: 'Saranjiab'beld meet damigatbe: split now goipg pa will-canse Mr. Ba Fil1moreothefl S'

iTKat liiQ" Constitution: and' all' as regular subscribers. ,'* v standing Upoil this pUDk pf the Amcrcadplat, -. Ing; hitiMnqf the JBtblnsU wbfcb'was adare's'sed china' Thiy$1ejsjod bills of,tLc NwrthandNorthhWeat New YokJj
: "
-: ;' S fttrro'.. ";. 5' -. ; ..jfThe.impressi *- by Hon*p.Si;Biutdw; Jttdge".Wii LAW, : ; 'are' sprinkled ore with apititatisii'i1tirc1i Cff rmao A vote taken
-of tip. United States, which are. S ?" been prodaocdlby oine designing lluch ,enthusiasm was on _, tla
.B.ubscribqr3iwhoItimy. S .boncgleoted. S. njhiui ; Capt. BaTAX/aad otbers. was In'tbis 't will b Ioda1I1napp1ieablc, shall have the byt- our. t oql rioteatly! opr. -.- 'S S ,, Sc NS DrnocraU.We aioji, not to inquire .into the wtont steamer New Wand, on haup 'ri

sato* force and effect .wnth.in the est to ;; aJio posed*"to'the'"K'fC'fP. TEfarn, ct.eus". |D[poitiw| : ,, foctbia eonrietbtT spring from Ttotated the river to Albany, otj 1ning'of

'Tern to ties,as else where, within the 'promptly giya.nptice but; that we bare the'moI .bitter, personal haired fST" 7e fea'rn Lb'at;'Mr,BASKS,,oar, candidate pledges and a disgust for tbo Locut>co8-we only July 3d, ir/hiclr Ksulfif?

0'Th! ." ,. ,,office. .}/ ; A- .. ,* -. ;, '; io'itiIds'tho whale 'of them. *It'iV*u6t'so.'* 'fof; C gr lV.Tiia wayio!fili hi l4 appointments makd reo rd of the fUct, and. note.its significance. follows : S

at' hot .citizicn, of' the, United .5 .5' 5 .-.S' lloweret widely'wo-'may differ in'politic*,wefbaiy' ioitbeVest. ile'dfd good acrrlcy; we are in- Again,Uitfe: is the f thclio rote. The Judicatfoc Fillmore .'..37 Fremont j:

atsshallbe ;life ,. bor no unkind thought ocfedng''towartiVib! for* fmned, at bis tittx wTtbTn} ( opponents' in Marion all are tbat Fremont will rcceire, large portionbf auan .4f The,

deprivedotbs, .' Those if tha: old; friends andi pat eignfr,'and(9 jtbose "foreign bornj citizenJi'*'itbo last week. Jho people appeaf to stand square tap tbisToe tie is, to all intents and purposes the result n. annouuccmal

:lfler ; pr property.in the, Territoi bare Dot bccflj influenced t4 i withdraw ,fr6m"the. fVinu' ,>! : '- : ,, ', good'Catholic% ,'attenda'the Church pretty was received vitb.lci.,,
::4 except; .by the: jadgment of his rons of tho AREpDBtiaAN, who receive Republican! their,jwtrpnage, .we 1inve"on1y't'say. ,-S---.j' I regnUrly, a ,was married br a Catholic Priest inbU cheers whfch' woke the echoesaf tHighlands.

!s'and'.ih'c! ,wsof, jthc* !land.'' this NumberTyHJ plejise"indicato to that we hftkh'nhiot: their .supp ; and hope ? "TOO' OOJT. .5; famous expedition across the Rocky mountains, ." Xonrs M.A .

f''ThaLt1io'; Legislative power of "us Whbtbct thcy ro wlliing tp remain ttcy'may.nejrerdiciU' long' as they''*ifro and take We are sorryto soon'' We'rrgfet Bec our neighbor it Inasmuch l9uiYklistenipiiiQ as'we ax.pect.t it wia his custom,aa we are told, to affix the crass PASSEa

&"Tomtory shall extend to, alljeclts theRepublican. of the Eoim h. church at prominent points,and
friends ami JTotice.inra given tafce.bim4'through the rubf before tbe'eanrr -
patrons. Vf' 3Vr Ibiak'lhat1bis (' 1*'
If tbe editor the' eaUy'iI
ocs g Qnr
s oi ]legislation consis- chisel it into tbe rocks, according, to the unyary- facetfren& th
last week those who Catholic fellow; citizens",are so verdant that a is orer/and if be gets.oatof temper be may
requeatingr. Montgomery .VaiMlim zcttyj
of the churchand
> log custom taking Jkrmalpos-
ip the Constitution the "" travel.!* ,
: wiLh ; qf find Jordan a bard, oad to
h6can tiefcat the American Partyitnd breukdowp ,.
had received:the paper,and were iuh- "---S.' seasion of whole tnicU of Cocntry thrwugh which of the*Internal Improvc&at
Vidi7ics and that in all cases ** S passage
; theRepublican o'ajthe. religious! -test (question, S ,TUEN4TIONSL DEMOCRAT.' be traveled in'the name of the Pope. These delicate bills by the Qemocracy' onqj
iifrd1ving title ,to slaves, writs o er- willing to:subscribe to return'it r 1ut"'ono wo .should, be glad,,when be starts put'with his 1 Mr.HAL,agent fur thivNew'Turk Mt&nal Item. attentions wiliofcursebesprredated. The of the President

and 'appeals, shall be allowed, paper _Has, boon. returned. Shall., band bfl ; up.stcam'to ttco'tbe follbtringprocfotis cent; ia J iq iown and is dcsirousinf obtaiaiog Kub- Romish church:Is filled with:the InstJof aicqaest, toes :
from tb decisions of:the f gem aitacbed to'thc'b1L It might d9u. acription'a'fo.that pep r. The toal.Deiaoc'rat arnrtW ; Occurrence XL,
Territprial and
? still neglects as opportaniiyrof strengthening -
takcit that totheaper nerer
S we they,'are friends bf
tie ot ihe'"foreicn Is the'orfau the" Hard"wing of the democracy Kicked OvcrTico Jtero
derJully aronse npprehenlions tnb&
.. cothLs tb.ihe'Supremo Court jo'ftuc its earth. It n vcr Yorgets'friend ftyofMcxicpL
: : ; We' 'niak'es the -of>ew York and except in its unwise anduucali'cd power
? again request -, citizens inasmuch as7 1.called
IVntc4: St te. born they are lor opposition to the prexent adniinutrat'on, or.toc; ; 'It, upholds the one and persecutes the -A few days agaf Jcr*
4 !jtL'1I ., theUnitcd so there can be no mistake. upon tci vlerate its author t b the 'residency: we beliere it to be a Bound National Democratic Other Wbat M r. Bucbjipan* religious creed maybe tors Douglas and Cass, assisted,Ly
a tlie .Cpur'of Abore nil, we, ctryAt tydrlte from our shores; paperazid particularly) upon the, Slarerj question.
I t nd the Supreme: 'Courts of aSnduccmjnt. ,to the, old.pafrons 'FOliEIGN' INFLUENCE, aqd cherish American The terms of subscription are low, aiid we we know not. We'do not think be&s'a Papist. good, many other Norttm) ; 12$
*t /tiling1. 'Torelgn'influence fans been in'every age' bate no doubt, subscribers will' be well plcasci] If then, it be the policy of Bishop llngbts andtbe Southern Democratic Senators,Sided
Territory shall from S time' 'tojlilne.enlarge'the ;to returnxto-itsr:6upporj, : >vo, hayereduccd the curse of 1elie.-fts jaundiced ,eye eeea'crery wi>h,the papvr..4-ThAf.i lead era of tbeiiothTsh'cliurcz to I lea4 the Demtr Franklin Pierce fate

number of Commis- the subscription 'price to Two thing infalse. colora- the thick atmosphere ofprrjudico jTba fact that the[ikmotrat la tbo .Organ of the critic p.utyla this contest aid'roie fur Vremoaftheywill ( todtrtf

?feioncrs with view to afiford, by which is erer surrounded, excludingroiq'its -' .Ilard". Democracy of X w York should commend What do the bogus Democratic partydE,
a rca Dollars: ;-fn advdric&We:: hdpo'' sOOn sight.tho light of reason. Let us then, ,bare justification. they care
kSonable facilities Jto reclaim fugitives Idirn wisdom by experience;and foreterlanuh tAit'FIEND i it to tHe support'ofHoatbern democrats. It Is the fur political principle Kotbjng at all. They vf/oct. across the St. Clan 'and SLMartf

$labor ; and they and the Judges toTiear* from<.|a "*, all the'_ -old* ptinsof from this country." only good aud true democracy- the North.I. work/f tin the* church, TUey support ,tbe. party *'Rivera, by the way t*

d1 Courts empowered to tlielliSPUBiJCiN' .to. know- that it This is'tbe fanguage of Jame?Bucb'iuiao; In 18l5.,: I.' -.eJSTTbe which best supports them sud tbcir crecdl FVe- Mautfo of ihe Missisrippit into tic
,:;: : are We bare plenty more left oftbe?'same tort**which: ; editor of the 3>w* calls.'the attention mont U of'their1 iHimbef. BeliQIdwhatiau.Mrn GulfofMeiicot! -
to their favor. ,
-. :iiaiit'eertjficat' .to clairaants-rUo! is.pncc'more restored, wewHpiTe neighbor by degrees, fur we know of bis,"Roman.Catholic follow citizens"to our leader ftomer t-t thtf adTenturous cross of'tbe' French- u Bcin a" small "Le diJs'L

cthkcnd remo'vc such fugstives from S *The accounts bfvtbOo'Mce.up to-the9th he can'tbore 'uni at all at Once.! of the 16th which be.thinks.is a "tolerably Ciirerprcssion mua and Southerner made a few 'wetks age to a- potat ,

S .service or*, .labor to .the State 6)? oft JUUJQ are.. in 'the hands 'of Mr. S'p of the real principles! of'the American cin'e the nomination.- lie turned bii, beck .upon make much of a splash, wheite JeHA

'\ rritory.froni whicitsuch persons riotliing Fronl tbe MilledgeTille Recorder? S Lrijr': WbaUj to ba .done now>, Iocsbeiht>Fwtaexcita the South aad embraced! the Norbs tamo, out aAii.bluzi few Southern Senatorso/tici( >
''BLlKCHARDl We purchased Coming over by Pcg'fecs' proscrlpUte ? what does he species } were hanging tie
-. : -havc escaped or fled. ftieling or frcc soiltr 1 ,1i a native of.a sLave State. nurse ,
,. 5 w 'h'naitcd a nnoat stringent biit the material of the'office; and Before the passage oHIr. .Toombs1 Pacification yoirforf AlthoMgh we haVea'great many more' He bits gut absolution for tLi., we gucs,long tie fellow out to dry, at last so
bill for Kansas, Mr. Adam, of Missisipp,.moved S
City subscribers than the 3iici and thin the ":
Thi'f rthe recapture Vf fugitive sla- jf any hqvp.p>evfous to the 9th of June an amendment, which Was tbo' rejection of alien, more ago. If he should cbanctrto b* elected, c a a it be counts. ,
tiijfrafa tliat is aliening nnnaturalited forctgriera Itepublican etef,had before,and &Aoupi two mtm- doubted that be will do ail ja ,bis power for the U.S
/Ves7ahd aainst all who shall harbor subscribed nd paid in advance, Mr.BLAXCHABD to vote;'th main ftaturo in the Kansas bill that bariofiho Catholic Church came inWpur office onJfonday Rombb'ebnrcb, and plant the cross instead! of the DESEBTINO Hiir.-A NeiTet
: oI on&tfthcmAiiid we always disliked aid warred galnt, We could subscribed and ai/for, the Republican,
will settle it with the : that American flag1 on the ramparts ot Libert jf Can correspondent of thc M Tde
nerer approve of policy or principle sanctioned :"flGticiihtta.nding MvirtkelesF feel ruined
Declare 'that States we ( oq\r:
-S- the right of aliens to vote It was,a new it be doubted that a cunning schemerJike BIjboptlogbcsr Domocrotiobur.
S may be framed out.of. ,cxas. as proslavcry.iuto PRICE KEDUCED.V ( plank that found its \ray into the Democraticplt. For the P'pretaofthe.1t.w. wliav grid,rue- ,wptreu3: r material mid ,to laia serriec- '
ItarVl l.l. ;h J n.ta4 'of leaoitrgr ft C ln* and- esteem and should opinion of the dcfectiqjr ijudfe
\ < rfn form,:which was Very repugnant to many'hnuest pect a proscriptive spirit able tool who baa thus
'ri&c4 ;nzoi fealty
paign paper to reduce.the stibscriptioti price of the American' citizens, (we uo not m the Un' UKTCBUCAX'to Two Dollars, iiiadtavce. By this aud whtch'.ire the iirst,impetus to the formation church, and Who can' moulded tu adrance bu
.2oni! means,;-we hope'16 increase-our"circulation nod to- uf tHe American part/ It u cselcss to teltaa that retaliate upou him.'Drowning S ambitious'projects. fact that Mr. Fillmorc's dances fe

0 a SS place the KKTCBUCUT.in.the bands ofa crea miny, tba'nnnaturulizM (foreigner a friend to out thati. T' ? s It is plain, tLcn,that like'the foregnthe Catholic the Presidency1 are better:tfiia toss
;iA;; n 45is imago (Congress,; in re- who hare uevcr yet subscrib'd., 2iow isth time tqtioi)5, ,,and that his rote, wqyld begirta,nith anejelo : ,JHcn Catch at Straws." rote wilt be divided. Fremvat will share it Tba vzi
fr uur jrieuJs 'at'a ditauee'ii well ats odranceurout of in tcrrJtorV : eTide'nt of the former ,gentleman
a -gardri) Comprpmise measures,,of tberiSqutb any It'is that tha .AW* don't like tbe>ntecc-
," 141 gite ua IttL Judging 1rpm Ibe'sigts'of the. .':lle who believes.any.sacb thing of tbemV ia &S nt'a of that bid ku&e&r with Buchanan J audIt. heucceeds in dmirin cfia te> says ." '5 5
: 3L8 qi MrFjllrao; repaid *. In,.ful-, ,time," tb i present caTurass is to be one pfi no..ordinary so blindqd by bypartj.prejudice willful ignorance rutty ,commonly called considerable! portion ofth t Tote thejcffcct.wiUbr 'U coisemlir'
Whenllicar solid
'filling the Constitution,in* of the Suotherar Demo. "Old Buck. The proof that be ts an abolitionist to rtill further crippla"tba ''ancient chrufrd3hsy'au'u.
dogood scrricein the canse; ', hire already i repudiated ..thatplouk iu' the 1450 strong and over'wheIu4ntbat' the4 editor declares Democrats speak agnsLMraBanau'3
__ tracy
asia into allS ,1'or Buchanan
citijcirs cfipct tut low and the
carrying ->'--"--!-; 5 thq
S Cincinnati the vote Mr.
S platformVe give upon be'wilt baTeJo ikt something in'"self-de. .refuse corf
conferred 'LiyIheonsti-. American Committees for Daval County 'Adams amendment. It will be'seen" that ficoa- foreign Y tc l is WcD urcbI, defeat. pldtrorm.pr '
powers *
: The *, named gcn'tkincn: thu fence.; lie docs not undertake to Defend H old
following con iH>se it-looltf; 4odL
tors Iversou audTooinW UfuurStathdiffrin their -a'ddttttltwtha,losses-in.the fotigp"hrid Ca holicrbte themselves to.ijiraf
S tution, wo ,should consider ourselves Committees of the American Party f orih tsty.CounTheir views alien iliV,,Toombu is Back," but enters into "a rigid examination of the, '
; sufTrngc.That
Post Office''address is i Jacksonville! up.rn Whch.Mrl>ncfianaD must sasUin,is the asf to! bs! carry injr; ; StateKwti
and '
deliberating' acting for his in mind
b ras one S wrong in rote'ih re is question our antecedents of Mr. Fillmore oq rarious subjects.
'r 4 (.bn'WUJldilgCbvmiUe4: Leery Lwd ha;has tu carry la thele ieyj 4. and if the Uemociacy of Georgia shall hftn, "
and the same country, and bear'con48tantly C. BXSRKTTSA CPL Bcrnxcrox, emjarse and particularly on the starery qoestiou. ji.Iies:4i' .
they, must cehsnre ijr, Ircrson. Jt la rictly aqu'itiorioi the delnnct Pierc?Administration. 'S Withthis.tremendous he Tote I
Shall, the South iva3te
,. 'in mind that our regard and ,llExJA.W** HOPKIXS, KuWARi' A, DCorns, priu ipTe, and vone that, basva proinknt : a column of stuff'which ercn bs! bnndleof poHtictlsindqnd errer
onrxlutjrare due 'not to particular S JAAGorr SS place 10-the' confession "of faith proposed by own pbrtizans can't swallow.' We might with pro strapped such Jv cliancer, and jlicreby :giTethteIc1ioatoFCmout
e Ec.ec4ks end iiiian'c4 rnrni&e: tightly oo his shoulder, the pld' bachelor cia
Denodcv Tbefollowjnristhe votcts: notice(
part only, but'to the whole peo d" WILLIAM I).' WARD, Wltl.UM.ALSO>, YEAS: -Messrs.} Adams ,wayard, Bf II of Tennes- priety 'rigldcxarniaatlun' farther,bad make.but in'dlffereuttbvadway, 'Tha wb lo North ?

., -In bia late'letter S of acceptance h Urnm Bo\rt- >EX, ATpAiLV&VGflT 'eet, I3ri rg ,'BfodbeaA Browrij Clay;Qeyton, Col- hot the administration of Mr. Fillmore girea. the and ortbVesi are united oa the basis of.oppo- Fillmore, if we-would s3vthetry.
J"c : : lio.tb it oil :
: long ago;;, S '
S_ _' iatner/'Vrfltex4euFsauudcn. : k sitfunto'tbisiQick'enng A'dmTniatratiaa 'and belieting JUs'tbe-only' cbantfc-
cs.yk" S 4 S S.flhirntiig :- Foster,O yer. Ilamlio, /r -. "Havinghad the experience of ; of'tlie'8 learner J t..Ioli >* Set;,UeidJThompsott o(Kentucky'aAd YULEE-, : : ; ? : f that";.BUcbanaa will be ibe .mere'echo'oiPjerce 4mericazz, ,
w The Steamer''St.' Johns' ''took'flre about_ Ifvmfyufe -; 22.Il ." .. '. ", Old Gadsdenin the Field., SS ,'ho wOl meet'' with a like, general repudiation -5-Yare! et''
the ddmiuistration The American ofd Tree Doctrine(o*
i87icrifl S iu OJtdden
: of i2 dt1ock, 11onday .night'whiU lying it N4'e.Mosars.4iJcn,Bfjjler,Bright,Oas Dod fl' array are, fully .The SmprcMran gaining grpan.4. that be
S I' ora Erans, XonoJ of'luwa armed and for the battle with the An Irishman came f.
, ZctheGoccrnment, piay 'permitted Douglas, ,, Pujrb, equfpped great will "
t S the,wharf of Messrs.BUbee&CanoTa! ,and burped! oot earr any of these States. \iby iris '
'd S WiirdSfldcIP,'TmbJWeHe' WR son &'Wnght.15. & Dffico the oUte t w !
in October. bad vmtbr' their KJTQOTBBB
5' that of They & at S :
fer to as-an exponent enemy :
.' to her lower deck. It Iitho opinion of the Captaini : doubtful,wb tber.be can carryeren Pcnnsytanu} ,
ittnofuturef and to Bay Should the ,anvd.other officers that .it was,the work of'aaIncendiary. ,Can .It bo trpe. that.. Mcsirs.Jlallory S and. Toe,S, cfhnp roundl Quincy,'on the 12th Inst., which the his home:, political derelbpnienU are daily taking' buy.a copy of the paper cctwIg

S (JonTcntion be sanctioned by ,the The fircv onginated in tlie after hold. "q are'bo'th".mp n of.' foreignjbirtbji yoted, to p rooor-', dth/&rIttend d in large numbers;, full ef place there which, go to shgw that FreiniptwUl iljpqrfs. .Xetter .of A

4. people,*! shall, with the same scrupulous understand that abouVbalf-patl,0'oneor the .cQett3aywoliO, stilt t9 4kfran4iz, the zeal intbe cauje'of.ibeiricguntry and its glorlena.InatitutloBk draw off sach a 'large 'por iou of tber heretofore S Having procured anii.read IJtaskei '"

,, : regard *for .the' rights 01 every passengers, baring occasionttf: "pas's// tout dircc- .ei: er wh goes to.ah'saa. "'cnt down'tbe' ,$.B.,Lova,E q was nominated for Democratic rote in that State, sato ecure the1 old what thought M
S Lion; looked fn the'ebpine room andTlsa. j the fur" "* 'd be Senate,,and, Vf,IkOusojr,,M..M, Jqaxaroj.wd fb Ftllmore.!! Bd t icddC i4
: Bection of the ,Union"which then infl.ui'cuced -' t voe'? Tes, Ji'is R.H,1M. DiTjDSoV JTurtbe House. They Keystone itniaj be said, our rcpliqd-.-uSir.I, never
n sjIcir.-no sign of Crei and about&# tif 11Jtfr. too truelos'will be reference "the were b based the
conduct endeavorto, seen by to: abbveTotc addressed argument, on : uatnptioQttutFre' ; :tlgl I believe t
5' my .Jllanee; tbe matc waj: seen by J>TO of the! pas- Tbey nigbt;at they ham done by tblsTote, tThqueiitIyn'wiih'eat effect by the no4swfli: eiwaysuppcyf DuctiauanltI.out' .' poks, '

ra: S perform eyery dniy confided1 .by the cngcrsg fnd examine- the furnaces] Iho eitginccr > repudiate.".emphatic! rvprescnlat, of thci Jfe-- Xericancandidat for,tloTernor, Hon. Dftid S. dmagog'iItuiirc. ,IL is possibtetbat"ii ci.' cap or KoovfJTothinHght 'P4r Sin

-' Constitution and Laws'to:tb-Fxecn-- also, before rvtiriflg !looted |4nqec f that t'alwss'righi' .3 ) ,bruakti-Kaisasact"MrPierce,an4;it would create :WALKKH,and also by non. 3. Ti Twca. ':* Americanoominea'for tAinlocalLtiesIremQ5t'uiaj, hut Fiflndr ,bidiu the mafn' ugN '
/ "A. ., \.' S bBiVbcn : lecioc.in tbe"A7est* nothinf l k the will heard Daniel Q Connclinah sa ,
: !no.surprise! they,jTorgetlng the land from *proportion- fnjare Bin V
,: S Tbe e3l(Is of tbe officers aod crew, and the citjxens recelred : ;: -. = : -. I .. .-'M.- ' .-: tor'die '
Which they baje nft1commd law he'langnsgelorSHakspcara chauan..4ort4bchi4ovotos
Cay'tpou JJnchonan.' ,| ,:
generally, to sate the bull an4.'injncbjperT, ,, j EdiI6rof.tbkSew: publishes ,a-por.CMr.t -
ThidLoiis'ilo.Journal! is and x e religion'of the DJi t1 from tLe latter?wbkbUj tfie tr'1li 4cwicaf r tMcaiis
rcsporiBible'for4he deserve }be bigbcst.praise.. The .Captains pf the ? Fm4ioiia> ilbany peecV VWUhibe: '
*' *e**:delibcritely)>rote la lnrKAXcntzthe !poor would farmer ctm!d nerer g f. la i ort.t e Virtual and thTi 7P
following pungentanBcM3dtec ,Fjre Companies'done good"serrice, ,gbewas cut- Iphblwb it entire, and ..followf( $ho"ri.rks ,
foreigner: iaJCapeas,,Is iqdeed.loq bad. What say 1 :: ; efiecCof ibe running of,Fremont is preclaely'asriftwo iff m *
v 'Thevreadgr will bear inivmind tl find sink.betweeu'sVand 4-o'clock ..Tuesdayabd at'ew.; and IJikeihkign never dcpartca
# .- ,,'' onr*foreign bprnj,citoena'' to tsP !Two democrftifcVBi.wM tdi ;' -' : ; Democralip candidates, (oatead of ooe,were :
Jtliat'iUChaflan'waSin'; 1815, a Hartf oTE. Money ? : I totbefleld.; .' '- itli. tl cn nglitjBe! k '
% :
books sared. A f W' lost / } a' .5 ::5 5--' : SLI'Jt rAnd *
pinOrl" oftheir 1
tjb4-federalista bittet"S part ? < re ml
ford Cony en ; reign iilrlb,not'dnly-.Totihjfi srejtp'foreigner!.out ; : lg'0'r th OYIdCfl S -; ;;joined trf an tbnij fs.the.relatire fmeritfoltbe : iq majority.*? ?
effects.Capt UcNelty >remainedit board 9lS. 7
-rerilep of iTadison'a.admmistration, nnW, all be'paMengers were safely-placed onshore 'of ofBcp/b'nt ta disqualify them:trouotng.! T1 getting desperale/bccupfes an entire colnma! riral competitors,'and1 tbe Immense ad raaUgeWhicb ( .'.IP'S.? Ji*

and an opponent of the war,of 1612.v ? IflWUI4O4IUttO49 V4UJt4C*htf" 2o; IA'a ifej *E't4e '- 1 labia l Uit'lMQ* In in1 attempt' to proTeMiuaaiSettlement mnst enure lo ilr, YEw fromtb contrast too 5itoc"IjavOr ; *-
: '' S :.. ; : Tbl{ >ojraai will &
tiThe" nnecdoteiaastohIows : mo afrikinsly? *
# S inau/aocc. Majbiall! 'tared.. J -,/ ?Azeau(0*
'S S S : t f i Si' : ,_ hibitedMtbecanTasaprogresaea, Uwilldjs lose _
: :. *: tXJpoh. ccrtajn JoccasTpn jn ..thenj p .. Utlrof'AP ,
S S b S Senate 'Mr. Buchanan in the MercbanlV aud 1'1ant&i11anIofSv., 'S Th4i1r&tgb h1j 'uf tq ; Ita1 At' 'i tc3 ATES1NEWS the'fac tbt Mr. Fillmore I is tli.., fmJy JZub trt' 't.
;> ; :" nhergbi.'; "' i firmly against r.ITiilmore.; 4 t the reoent ,whL candidate,of the three now runninclvr 'the Presj.(, Barnes: Buchanan oZ
S owscof: a pcrsonaly 'explanation, 5 peau! ,tbsttht& Bau ', eonrentiim'm 'Loutsrillea re ftlutfort! lexpfeasinr : ,of tlie Central American detcyfoirhlre Mr.iiaebsuan wile b J bId ntiby he cbampion Sovtbern
BtetM that"he Jiad/Tolunteeredto-go S the; iafidoueepfjbevhigj tjf JCrotacky in Milkrd .. bU/rieucUjui tbe 'cbmptoii of'tbe Itra&mui __. .
ouco*( fbeTery. UyceaUnsthefiUtebfGeorgivJU'Caplial Fillmore, and wring hwauircirthJ' pf their .1 Mr..Fnrmont 'aa' representiitirq uf the oJtra \chprecciredatioaoffthd _S
Baltimore in the last .war.wjth being ffkco J/iZf ftf.DoZ&zrs,,hssaN1sh- support as ii-1 94Sp.wa S Great Britain when the British attackefithatcity odin Agency In'this"Cityf Mr. 0., OnssVbaf- u'nti?i.gainjjt tome,in farur.-ws, S both sections, oo an. idea |>f'nationality lujua4 :
*I think hate injfjwiTed'the'appointment* A 'wYaVe' now, ft'W JFPrtMJ* !* ii 'poo9It. : is Slimai ii team:.ship, flufat,;arrivcd at'tills by,his autecwl nu;and pajrjed,pat by the soundJhinkmr&'nseiTfctirr'tnea S f 'ChU- _
5, a unadnlterated rBorback.*' Tbeo1diaph1gs'Kntuekyays ) 'port veaterday' from Havre with ""o nil at"ofit Permitme jo14Mr;
in Jacksonf UleJlAgeuciea froka largest '
-heard soth thing: about the gentle* 4i4yt.m1( ; cz)2.&rqi) '
S S M J3wkz '3n be'Cou ,, ; ,com a1t of tbi Jouma1; ;.JlUUrtl. Fill-f ziOyolunteeHpg/ Jay
need nerer suf&RforJbe want 6fBanking tacililies.Welern.tbat aa.peeQ of'he'SubSt4th4.8ejtJepontbtthodirncul> | joct1 t whiOh.FhtvenevCr ,
,. rfirmtI' understand, that whe ;'be aryed in..addition-those,heretofore'W ble uutrutbs atobbuttheinaty.csp1ts1"1tho antieaf ( Sit: -I ask tb.use ot your eolmnnr va%e a ,
-'w Baltimore ,the British ii. -J -.--..V'U"A-' "* isPWS ;ve1)) '' statement equally due to myaelC mj frienda and
-: :' :a| erp. ie1r FW !' Jf ,Gtot 'iti4'and'thS mycouniry; ?-T t-.JZ' Ittrj maj *aversgalaM1

/ 1Y'tepIiedMr.; Buchanan, cranf_ erery acoommodatl' >n necessary.1" y)being al*" 4o ,,L5 ouoL the : I bare;mfe# 'ftlferMAr j nsiy |i n> ; 1dVZt Lath"L'lterT
'they.wcie..' .'\V fl,' Mr. CJay.l 'waia- pubserObiZCbaD f T onottrphaipaTeKtiesand 4 |*' ctj fortnnately >bunQrafle4ra, hopr, A.J mj it coofe**, wHk t5
S S 51w5411!vu.. (ruin, tLebiu 'rrtiie* ivtch grief-and bumiljatton that 1 was' *edaee4Jnt5 the ?
Eicban/feoo'Saf ,
: ywish Jcnow.whether Mri bjrluitrl gTalwayrtrgbi r > **( + 'frt"*>* i *
rankso0b Know yortinjpi ;0f this rd1r1 .
ls Ub>ea abT4tb Mt neftsrtrat tc10tt dtft ; DTpot&Jog pohticlJ1I&flOOd
Cbarfes diNetr V rt far X"ind | opon
4 annah tea bjradopfng
EMneX"vOlthterCd because hokHewtthkttiie ; '*'" *" *' to aay.fortber' thazreluawtkj&yci4'
4 Vbo beiuJf ltf3alHW'M6t 4Jjiia flOtbIt.1istwhitaocR0 __
5' ) CQflVChiQfl$
a mpf5 libers)syatem.of ocaj iseau C thoroughly: tohrbiewt that 'tt
.: ; ; British were gone, oryfar&ritis For neaxlyiwo earspast M ,BtJss, been'"i + vais iiaryd: Atrtba4.; b n Otigi4dWfw6ti prlncirks-art>Inimical fa tin pvlitictl add rtfjtovt i
> $&heardJbat the gen* t> who harp fe'tjgbt-wj often'id so J j firiHNI b$ libertj,, nd,it t5c15bb? JspDaoj&frfetc1fomwhicb Gipt the d trlaHaV6f the Democratic party! I mu4,aaan '
# :aesi hed wluxtccred, ,and 'thereforeI 00*(.- ? .. .. ,, -. ,. ---f, ,, bere a>nSw* >rote iV *fbrBuchfenajQT-lbeinair"" *vrftirL who- dio r* boneI'manusk aiy.haoda bl all ferta ooonectiim $ atiOW
5, t : I t, S pt.I nmentafli re all,others did "}?& V ;. ; 5j j" w" w*"*'. ** v**>* w*v rjfr; 'friefl
'; S yonnJady'4nam Allen! S ,,Ai Thithsia s cb&ae;'tIe S. S& 1dti34 at aecepfeble Jo" wboui Jnftff adfthaE !
S -** tras deliberately- 'sKqt'by her ;'Jotcrj iorJ34jbbot 64)) antLititEAU S

'.F*. 'Ea'tin; XouniWa; $ thQ tSr ofMr I-!* hM1&, tkThmcr1cF.1ator niaoxp. t sAgre4ayU.1At .2,: 'a&dlTbe&bovo

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ai4tbeggedt1a'L Ij .an $' thlt4
: atttion. *bereupon' hiedi!" a bild and mBl/docam nt H4'd b LwiU; 'n ] or1i at all waw ;tetl : gMi4JN ,4Fh e NeWUYik
orLcLoyn4 .4tb 1 4tth I4fl; hinc* Mt be,4 UlBclUr, all
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Ti. 14 b( W' Councilman Wil4iami tMn.oed1kfo11qngpes.id I- -r-- -JLIL J- ,:__TrL :JJL
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:; weD &DOU j&dy; i,.. tkii4 ; Ordinance entitied ;; *ifJf. '-p--: ,**now,TlfWUr/[ !;' ''l im ;

it.wcud ir.4w1io c rdaSe. 1.Lic.sa.s V Tw T 2llj .**4t **-t fc* v y .. ccnU.Weeklf

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c1 IbeeiaHtiaH Va. .Thai"from. and>Her 'ASwr :
-.. the passage of this Ordfoaooq AU pffsonscoflK BibIageotsrnzbiauihb1j.. end Improved, :
Lug to the Town of Jacksonville for *&e ..pwposeof \. Iwpmveftfeftt use. London_ : .
Win Collins
; Paternoster' Row- eaj.to
Trading ot earrtlng on a Herehandise boainese '
; The Cuinfl7flI iet i tb.1s.t for a less period tan OneY.t1je said and fuRcollateral reading between' the StLLZfrLL1

&.tcrd7:ueMag i'.zt a B4rthePf1e persons shall, before selling Turkey Morocco binding, one plin oHrer Capt. ..K. -
U* said pennn Merchandize fur sal procure:a License or, offering from the other purple richly rilt. -ifF PilT ( iveg FLOniDAi *l,JOO toss, Capt.)Woowttot, 1Qo ArruoTTO I

torn tbe ingta** over tot the Intendabt,and pay therefor th Cern of Flirty QUARTO BIBLES, (with pUteVVlOnefi ns rtb .LAJJAMA, ,vl,30p tfc Capt Cv*R. Scaucc, '; w54slIrLc5 CoaWning aaof out. -

1d t of Jacksonville I.ofTreaurt ; JoUart. together with fire per cent upon the gross Bible, Amerlcsa ed ; on,beWUfcl Inter and paosr, *WHI LvedflMkrr '
A. OAK amount of his, her;or, their tales the with numerous fine platesaa4-9l lnste4 tttie. *; S
: during time 10 BWs S frrraTfuus
Bound in Morocco red.Epltce ..
Secretary. ha, she orAbey shall sell; and. upon failureto Turkey al PRyeU., ki dr3OrcestershweBaceLemon These ships ar moae] the-Urg st orr$>e ovast, gfup; :

comply with thCprOTisionLf this Ordinance, he unsurpass.d, I n speed,"safety,or cosifert raaktoc oo sejoal J tcrcoorse,-by .
MagazineACCCSTrOB the, ur they shall,be fined in a nmjiot exceeding Ck1bHePrIrek$ ?;*ti &*# k3ERKWt(1)ttNDEB. ,|Jieii passages in 60 toli0 hours,aodars: comwsnad excess. with.adTlee their pu.itioiwitlea U

Giaham Twenty Dollars, nor less than Fifteen Dollars! n wi4 .T1n1 NRr J.V3 I by ;sk Hfiil iareful.and polite-officers, Having a familiar style, avoiding all nedieal te eMMaMtf % -
LE V* artlirtstXninberof DREW.c tbe discretion of the InUndaat, one thirdofr said good Letter elegant .staterto*'*O9bminodAtlooy oflcr a and every tIinghat1wonW4tt tM earof.de* '
-.. Graham Is unusually fine to go to the Informer,the remainder to the cor*- MRS; wtRrs ) BOOKS td siCabin Cency.with su outline of complaints incident ta

J/irtriotts ia content Several of the poration. Said fine to ba collected in like manner One wipyMrsiWirt' FioTfc'B Dtetfonary-..: .fie* _; L8teei'age Female, frfm, the w ultpf sew t tj fesn* ;

l. J!beirg jUu lto the mannerVOLUME as other fines, imposed by'the Council aforesaid. present for a IsdnT Iniu'.rto form, Wue and gilt Priee S successful pra tiee.e t.se4so Ute Mfof

Jjrj Which was unanimously adopted. brndinir; wtth colored plat s. > Me V &; S \.. lXFrORDr'yATicO? : disease*of dchote.or. mvste Dartre; -
'; OF HARPER commence Councilman Ward offered a petition from Chartes LARGE PRESENT BOOKS. -Two belotifol 'Uentx5 S Agents In Savannah. T*>which is added reoefpls 1orth.ot: -

offers a suitable time subscribers, Wally,asking permission extend his Wharf fif lreoctay Present' BookP-rich' biadiortand Miss Murraya14tters, ; 5-. .* $20o 1:00: -, .- SAMUEL &MITCHILLi above dmascs,aod a tfeati ftn tfc estiaest vt -
pith tkVOTk.JP. Those wishing the June Num. teen feet upon Market Street Ordered, that said choice contents,, Heitba, the newbootuf Mri hlremer, : a lu0 frt loins and cure of the fev r Land Ajrn.. 5 S.,
MIoviog.can be supplied far any petitioner have leave to occupy Twelve Feet opoo These; with numerous otherDuoks,and articlesin SnntheiabCrm'. Da gbtr 2 vols r.1O .
.4 F t4, the subscriber in adrsnce. said Street next his property for the Term of Thirty thflStatlonrry line, for sale Ayjy s TbeTangletown'jLettersVbr-toe anlhor'of'' "f PorRI rjda Direct ,

&I tern1, e' per anuom.C. years from,date", UPOU"PmCUt of, One Dollar '- J JtBecord*ufBnbWeton Parish?* "tf" i S ICAL .Z4)U5L.-Tbe author vf this: trork, nle
DREW.i' per annum. ? U Ocean street, best Bay. Margaret Maltland, bythe.antborcfZafdce ,88 Through, in 251 to 30 hours to the 'nwj<)rity of tboM who Advertise to, cureta* -

Councilman Kipp presented his accountlo;&OO EicHeat !'" CJonanest of Florida,, by.TbeadoreIrving ,. Paatk1. .Li dtfcnscs of which U tresls;** agradaiite of 004))oi j
CJchtme'-Ever .Drawn.
__ Tho 1,25
_____ for burial expenses of a pauper,(name unknown.) The S uict1hiiwat1.5 5 : the bc&t C >)IcRCJ lo thoUnited SutL' >!!afioldsme"
5o REWARD.11CILWAY Ordered, that the fame be paid. The Myth of Hiawatha, b> Hi Schocleraft- 1,00 TII- FATO1dTE STtAMBtS 7-- pie i)5nre to recommend him to tne nn$ rtuoata, .
fin %h $nbscriber nii On motion Councilmau Boffington.lbe Intendantand Widow-BedotPapers,' .+, i or. to .the vklim of,ntalpn ioe-as -a suocei 1 April. ls $ my bOY GEORGE. Theti3yeTho1f Councilmen resolved tbemselres into a i- 1,35 and exp aexiced ".priiunerjbo.} honor and
aud5feet7or8 Committee of the Whole TO BE D I Silb BJCT T E D ( ** Sparrpwgfass Papers; 1,0 s '
,to'consider the difitrcncjs v Alone-The Hidden I'ithech integrity'th ) may pltc* thogrestqt'coulid.ece f-
IL uck spoken,an1 lexion bot existing between the. Town Council atd the ODD AND EVElf NUMBER LOTTERY2 Cnmtnlng's Hunters' Life 125 -' Jil.f S.JotO.IhUM: I ,* -
teeth much decayed and proba- President snd, Directors of the Florida ACantic among Elephants rrcni 1. irwari .JL.0. S
front and other Wild Animals, in South Africa r-" ,,c/eai :Cmscsrsi. t
whet U t U rather inclined to be bowlegged and Gulf Central Rail Hoad,growing out: of a ALABAMA LOTTERY! with colored illustrations; i;. ., >- : .*, 1Z0" A1QIiNA- ratt 1 in the location }
? b&Ir)occ. sometime platted. will change of their Eastern Terminus Victoria tcstimoB/.to .
,ot ,wce rvard for his delivery me at and Depot; Councilman BufGtigton was called to [auuoaiz LAaL lineCbecsebroV, or the.World. Overcome, by.- Caro L. n* COXKTTKR, Com mniJtier, of,the' MwDpcusc.af 5Lanqa" ea&.4 -

or placed in any iil M I can the Chair. Upon motion, it unanimously _____ m5 :w1r ILL resumebcrrrgular trips f>r the seai/m', the Genital Organs, some of thco( -
4S1Icr1. JAMES U. HILL. J&obWTbat'a Committee uf Three bo appointed SOUTHERN mUJTARZ ACADEMY 5 1 -V V by"Icavwg South Wbarff on TrjESDAY lobp standing. ,luveeome."und r ngwhjch -.-

? : :;& CtJ.tkU from this body to procure au interview with LOTTERY/ BOOKS 'FOR YOUTH. the 25th mat, flt half p&st'twoo'cWckv P. il.,
said President and Directors,*with a view to,bar* The BarioonTravcls Robcit Merry and'Ms every TUESDAY tM same time sbelwffl Rare pcrlocl eatb.'m some, case* wheratbe palieol t>*f A

whom it may Concern. rnnnize existing differences. YoupgFriend, by Peter Purler, 1,00 for JackwniTiUc! ; Picolata and Pulatkir; and the bwn-cousJJercd beyond mcdica talL .In UtV
Whereupon the Chair appointed the following Class F-Mew Series, LdventureofOilberqo.ahead, by Purler,. 1,00 other landings o'u the'SU Johns River? meut of Seminal weaknesses,. cr,.dJaarnu>gcm iilof '

lolicE s)hcrcbr pren. that pixtr. II. days after tnyit:, 111* Honor F. I. Wheaton, Intcndant, To be Drawn the M6ngomcrjr > I The Wonders of Science, iir the, Ejirly Life STAGES c9flP ct, at the places named", with tLe.functioQs ,produced by;:41k.buseqexc.u -
i I U1 ; 4t 1 the 1-Inn. H..l5 Councilmcn If ncg and Oak. On rootiou,tbe Chair* pityjof < of Y6 o/f Humphrey Diyy;bj Henry MJJ- Alligator, Hail'iaim," and'etlicr; interior ton us of of v cnerjr.I-donwt know bis'perio-1z'thpr.. .

t.ae 1'T lt.r()ut&1 c iitr,for Icttcj s tc man WHS added to said Committee. $aid Comuuttee Alabama,Jn publicon;: hew,: 4 ; "- _V ,". t'r 1,0 East and il IdJU ForidaSL.tuguginoand.Tampawillie fl i ionlisre been'acquainfext.with tbVAntLorsoiiSe A-
WJl if Fr-ncis '
D.cII3ai' (be IinuC'p1 *> were instructed todi>th rge their duty and .13tbfJ1856 Cottage Architecture, fully illustrated '-- 2,00 Gulf of Mexico. v/ thirty y&ir9'and deem no more than'jasticatohim
Wednesday August ,
,Weo1uA county dccetseJ.&SuADi rc|>oit at the earliest prcticableinornent. Irving's Life rWashington,in Sbe Bcuioo's Returning the CAROLINA will ie4 Tuhtke a* well kindnesi to the onfortnastaitlc* raM.
S. ), Coral ur Ou w'i, Couuc.il adjourned until To-morrow ON TII E.fl.AV A NA 1 L N. Thirty.Years"J're cotis Phillip U, sn.d p, ptfa. at 8 o'cTock A. 1Z.TfchrRday mornin j/tIic( latn"at tim <*f early indiscretion, .to recommend him as

EtiUtewi F.i>.haIL* UK ruing, au'10 o'clock.F. S.. cr valuable Standard Works, (or sale. msuy' 11 o'clock, and Jacksonville on Friday at 3 *cluck one!in whose professional skill and intejrrityttier.

F1*.,Jz1y 2S. 1856. I. WHEATON, IntendanL. i : C.DREW A./Mi'renebing Charlcstoathat! night, .conn* ctiug may safclr confide" themselves. ';<%>

W. W. MOOEE, .Clerk., : SAMUEL ZAN MANA&R.&! Ocean- Street, near Bay., with the NcwY"rk sfcamers both-ways.. 1.-..- .Aui -owaib,1D$ \
July g, 1836. For froighi.engagements sod jolber particulars Thiisn'i without.exception, the" most compres
TOTICE s Lercbi given tat ap ,licalitm tvill COraL CHAMBER, ) 1 1- ; apply to VW# M.LAWTON & CO., Derisive find, intelligible wore 'published OB (h

I' kLflhtd $" itt' vflMUEg egibature ut the Jacksonville! FU., July 11. 1856. 30,000 NUMBERSl Southern Quarterly Review S Agentit; .Southern Wharf. claw of.disease* of which it treat*.' Xreidia aft k
amend the Charter Incur.pur dmncil met, pursuant to adlourunicut.Jfnweut JOHN BROWARD, (gent. .' sit technical terms, tt'addrosses itself to tbe reason ..
I or.tbe: 7ni1 cefJackoni1Ie, Duralt Uun- -His Honor F. I. Wheaton, lutcndant; THE .It.No.orthe new1 Series of tbe Southern Jiv 9, '.;6 _y. S JacksourtUg. Fla of lu readers. It is frco-from *ll bbjectkmabU i
flCfldlI. Cuuncilmcn S 15,185PRZESI'1 rtcrly, under its new change'of Proprie t matter ajd DO bowevvrfitlklkMis *
pjdtatc uf -Bufiington, Oak, Ward,. Kipp, Hoeg, parent can oh .
.I1 w WIIEATON torship, for delivery to subscribers, at $5 Enterprise in V
F. > amiVillutns.! 1 penn 5 ject to placing the bands of bis sons. Tbi .
-' JnifnJanBrirferrf The Ct'iamittce, to whom was referred -the duty g@ Purchasers in buying one odd num. .C..DRE\V. author has devote4.Enanyyera to th treatment !
Totni Council ofJackwunllc.Notice. fcf prx ciiriiig an interview with the President and July, 18e. .. ?' and Intermediate the rariou* complaints treated *if. ;snd/wth} toa i

Directors of the F. ,A. & G. C. H. It. Co.. made Number and even Number Ticket landings cs the little breath to poffj-andtod little nfes niptkfl to ,
the following! ; must draw $8.Prlitt F. C. BARBSTT. Vr ALEXANDER. impose, ho' has offered the worla, at the merely'
REPOtlT! BARRETT & ALEXANDER ;;. _.- St. John's Riven nominal price of 25 cents, the fruit of seme twenty

: payaUe in full vithout Deduction.PRIZESAMOUNTING The Steamer DARLIJTGTOX; ,Cnptain'' JAMES yuatV mostsuccessful practiee./&AiU. *
fl1EEAdreTtid would ropectfullr announce The undersigned Committtfe,appfiintrd from the Wholesale and Retail Deal ra in KOCiY'' will .IMVO Jacksonville.- every Saturday uXo, teacher or parent should bo without'ttknowledge" I

I uk$ ccst'*>rt* sand the public pcnetallr, Town Council uf tbe Town of Juck onrille, to TO Groceries Provisions Nails Oils Tobacco morning at 8 o'cIucarrLving at PaLitka'saaie day imparted in this invabablework .
Ateeontwoes tu ,uppiy| the raritius Magazines wait tipon the President and Directors of the Florida ,] Leaving Palntka. 5, o'clock Monday morning, in would save years of pain, mortification sad sorrbjr

5e4bd,iratthc, pnccs annexed pcruuuin, Atlantic Gull iVbtral Rail Road Company, :Se'gars, Liquors, &c. &c, connection with the steamers Carolina sod Weukawilh to the youth, under their .charge.** ..PnfWAJtotott

for the purptwe .4 hannuuiziirg. existing difier Will be'distributed'accordinff to the I1tnwing At the corner Store in A. M. REID'S Ex. Building. rpach. Lake Monroe same dar Returning, ;&.: ; -
e .ftfiiekertockcr. .2J'.ri encca between said Town Council and said President MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. S" Prices Low-Terms QuA. will leave Enterprise at 5 o'clock Tnesdnyj orning. \ Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, writing to

aS)lag.Zitic,......... ....... ., 25 and Directors, touching the location of the 1 i'rizeof.4O,004) ie.$4O,000 July 9, '58.* : and PaUtka at 8 o'clock Wcducsday merning,end "Hunter's Medical Ifanual" sajs:-MTbcnsand. .
..... 200 Eastern Terminus and Depot of said Rail Road, 1 do .15.000 is .;..;..:.. ( arrive at Jacksonville same day. ; upon thousands of our youth, by-evil raiGpl,and

j.4.udWo'd ,. ''............... 2 W respectfully I beg leave to rcj>ort: 1 d>> ...........>*.,000 is<*....,..'i.7,000 A. It. REED. .Ag't at iacksoni'Ulejuli' influence of the passions, have been led Ida tho .
Dart ..............fl. 3 25 1 bat they have bad the interview contemplated, 1 do .............2,000 ..........-', Apothecary Hall 9, tSft. R.: B. REID.-Ag>t atPalstka.SINGER'S habit of Mlf-pullntion, without.realiiing.itbe. -

LI4IS' Buok,.. ..... 2 2* and, tu the spirit of candor.and frankness presented 1 do .... ....... ..2,000 ......'......2,000 SEWINQ IflACHHJES, and fearful cuiM qnencvs upon thenuelvhs and their
4 1b&m'IIaavne,.. ..o..e...... 0 9JCrist before said Hoard the several matters of 1 dp .... ......l.OOOjs.... .......1,000 AND who deir posteritr; The; constitutions 'of thousands>who
culurrd phtcs...... 8 SO objection to the locution of the Depot, made by I do ..............1,000I fs... .. "** TEA DEPOSITORY : ALL'pcrsoas -mitton to obUtofptlaud', tJINOERy re- are raising families-have been .enfvbled, if not

1rjstptafl(1LtWfl,. ...... 1 63 then. And while your Committee are in a measure 0 do .............. -200are..-........2.f>00 Removed to the New Store in Holmes SEWING JIACUINE-tbcir rcspecting price brokca'down/and: ttev do not:know the cause W L
Age. 5 00 satisfied with the explanations given by the 100 ;......... capabilities, the ctrrev Anything that can bo done so to eanght*
freak Lfiic'"n Gan-tie of Fosbious, 2 25fata'Pictorial President, and the reasons .assigned by.him for doAi'1'flOXIMATION PRIZES., Building, opposite lr. Baldwin's adraniago'sizq*; unpruvemenU, method of,work en and influcuce thu public mind as to check, and
the present $location, they are still of the opinion Office ing. means of nrwcuriiig them, and 'all 'other par ultimately tu remove this widespread'.source Ofuumsnwrttchcdnes.v
4 Pris of$2 K) App.to $40.000 pKzo are f 800 v '
that the change which has been made in the titulars can do so bt ppl ving at our of5c j would confer
L.M'RtWy. Cincinnati, original 4 '4 100 ": 15.000 prize are 400 'TIIERE Is kept constantly on' hand a large No. 323 BROADWAY NEW-YORK the freatest
Ptos'sMaaLitie,_................... 1itioa1)apzine CS poiutot location" is unwise, and will, in the 4 75 7.COO prize are 300 V V and well nefccted nssortoient of tcTisa'ba blessing .nejtt to the rclieion of Jesu4 Christ. oa '
BT 'is rtuso.v FOR
end, result in injury tu the property holders in the w the present and cnmioggeneratioa. :Intenrpersne
4 60 8.000 are 240
rill miell 3zne,... 1 C3Ieiilirrp Eastern portion ;of"the town uf Jacksouvjlle. cs* 4 4, 50 M 2.000 prize prize are 200 Drusasid Chezalcals, I. in.'SIiigcr & CO'H Gazette. (or the .use of intoxicating drinks):'though,it -
lrtk ?
>n>dals pinscdiancou* bks, &nd the current literawt {;trcct. Below Pine. Id consderatiouofthe labor 4 251.000przearc 100 fresh and genuine. Also, Machine interest. Copies will be supplied gratis Iconrfe to the human race. Accept my thaak* and incurred the President Directors Perfumery, Combs Brushes, Soaps to all interested behalf of.tbe afflicted and believ
f Ue day,wletbcr Inmi the trade or pcr tnso expense by and 40 20 ** 200 prizes are 800 roe,your coworker .
berir !k c f industry. Having bnd an exwrieiKXcf in arriving at the present terminus,and of the i3.0)0 8 amounting to..120.000 Lamps, Burning Fluid} &c., N. B. ThdunparalfelcJ! sueces.1 of
fifteen rcur* in the Hook Trade, lie befam assurance made by the President and majority of whicb will be sold !ow for cash. Machines has induced several fraudulent imitations peed in." > *iOnecflpy .

that be can gre: mtirc satisfaction to all par- the Board present, of their intention ta make aid 15.183 Prizes amounting to.........T;..$204.000 Country orders solicited and punctually attended of them, besides numerous infringements'efourwhitU (securely, enveloped ywill be forward* .
(b eso him with orders. location permanent and unchangeable; and fur to* Physicians' prescriptions put up with care natuts.-ot Own'fixteeo u,; Suits torthe 4 tree of postage,: to any part of the UaHe4 t
FMMMCB nsUof nambcrs of the Magazines sent on rc- ther, Ui abide by and sustain the ordinance bf said Whole Tickets 31Q Halved ,35 Quartera and despatch *- infringement uf bur5,patents bate redentlyl beep States for 22 cents,*r six copies for|U> -Address; "
rf sir ptt- ifficc F tamps for the $S 00. or Town, passed vo the Cth day of June, A. D., 1855, ; ; TEAS. decided In our favor in the'IT.'Circuit Courts tn (post paid) COSUENr CO, Publishers, orltexl .

-nplt of tbe S* ft*,or6 Oo, works will be sent.letknofiiiqttirr so louz &s the same shall remain of force, your 0260, Agent for -the New'York- Peklb Tea_ Company. New-York Ncr- Jersey. lo these 'suits the tf Philadelphia. <*# i..
Committee recommend the the following of down the fabric ta be ir Booksellers! Canvassers and Book? .
must C L lain a stsrop for the reMB adoption go-- Teas of direct importation, and of 84 varieties, great principle; holding !: ; Agetrt -5,
Bm-l of Resolutions! : from to 1 Xb. iu sewed to the surface of the machine, by a yielding supplied on the must tibetsl terms -T: -H
on J/ warranted and
pibgc *eut, post paid, receipt PLAN OF THE LOTTERY, a : a package,
poUnier's drcrticvd prices.lddrt Jst Be itftNoleJ, That U is the duty of the at extremely low prices. ," prejsure whicb is u ed in all Sewing Machine __ju179,18.5C.-_ .r--v\. >!'t4 r -
Intendaut and Councilmen The Numbers from I to JO.OOO, corresponding ? .has been established The W eeUr-JrWi -
\ WILLIAM PATTON. to aid said President tSTConntry Dealers supplied liy ordering fully > .
Bmifflkr.U i. enterprise, fw lung aa they .adhere to the piedgcsDiadtf slips of paper, arc encircled Tvith small! tin as we allege,,each infringe three distinct patent '5 pELEBRATEO :
JL r Wwhcni of 'ew*paper pring the above GARDEN: A ,f LOWER S EDS, "PLANTS &c.,
tubes and hi wheel .
Wi4Th M .tica frw- by tWm to wid Council ; and whenever,the placed one I ,: also always kept on'baud. owned by us.We hara jtuiU against them in sevVral
.< scndin;a inarkjxl cupr lo advertiser, will be same are violated to withdraw their countenance .Tbe first 117 Prizes, similarly printed andenc'ir- JofrMf McMILLAjr.. of the U. S. Courts, which will soon be tried. GERMANBITTEaEIcptuix1by
Wen uf the in the nbove list suit t>ui>| ort uutil such time as atouuueot shall cled,- rc placed in another wheel. The wheels are We hercbr caution- the public not to buy any* infringiag'Jlschines Dr. Cr MT k
then revolted and number is drawn from tho
be made. ,' as they can compelled by
(CMC ywr.: July 23, 1856.vititM Snd. ItcsolctJ, Tat the intendsnt issue the Instalment wheel Numbers, and at the same time a Prize is Laborer Wfinted.W.E tawtoitpusng tbctn" and U pay costs and" dam* No. 120, ATrcIi street, PhilaclelpHa 1
drawn from the other wheel. The number and '
COUNCIL PROCEED1XGS.JACKSOXVILLE uf City Bonds, called for and payable on S cges. r --I : wgrc 'ith-uAuy CUEB y
the socond day of June last; also the Instalment I'Hzedr n'n out are 'opbnedand exhibited to the will pay Bercnty-fire.(75)),cents per day J3T": Local agents., wanted to make sales'of our

; FLORID, 1 1JnlrPUiJ&v cacd!! for An the 15th inst., upon the same condition audience,and registered by the Commissioners,the and board, or one dol'ar! per dur without improved sewing machine To persona pi opeily.qualified 1fl.MLA1t :
: <;. fIt as tbeioimcr issue. Prize being placed against the number drawn. board for laborers/ work on the FLOllIDA and for the business, a rare, opportunitjr.fur 4 -5 5'

a Special mettlng of Council held this day, Sd. Jtffaletd, That we enter our.mst so'tmn This operation is repeated until all the Prizes are GULF CENTRAL RAILROAD. Paymcnt'to be profitable and pleasant employment is ofteredV DYSPEPSIA, _.5.5_ S
rwKUt..* UK IU>B prItct against construction,; ; or es
O e3 ce-lttniigtln, Uwg, Kipp, Oak, Ward tablishment of a general, and freight APPROXIMATION PRIZES commence- on the first day of March next. eral.terms'for old umbinos of evcrv kind. JaundiceChronic or Kerveojus-Dc] *.

W TTfltwmx.TW Depot, bf said Preidpnt and passenger directors, upon the A. J/31ILLEII & CO 5 i. 31. si NI;Lit & co.. lUity;; Diaeaso of t.Uc Kidriejs; .
HofwrtUc, the Intendut, then introduced water, and insist A strict observance of the- The two preceding snd the two succetding umbers Office,Jacksonville, E. Fla. fcb 7-t( Principal OCce, 323 Uroadu ay, N. ,1% ;:
fc WWing Urdinauccs,which were read, discusni declaration and pledge upon made by them to make the to those drawing the first 117 i'rizeswfll be July, '58 -- ,..'all Diseases arising, from. 1a' : J

..d uainiiuiHijtljr adunttd, to wit: present Depot Site poroancat aud immovable.ctlKmitfixl entitled to the Approximation Prizes,according BROUQHT TO ::3AThO ordered Lurer or Stomach:: t -

. iutu,divers jftitxl and worthy citizens of this fl.ncetfntlv to the Scheme. .N the 10th InsL, a-Xcgro-Man about 25 or 2l<> Transparent Wii3ow4Shadcs, and .. SkcU 'n* Constipation Iwarj Piles, Tafiacto '
Im,waujfeg a gwid deal uf Jiikgatisfactiwnt F., I. WHEATOX, tSfThe 15,000 Prizes of $3 are determined by years of age, and about five feet 6 or-7 incbrs Paper Ranging Upholstering and UliHMt to*the lleatt* Acidity of the tiuxaaen,Naaaea I
t mode and manner of assessment of the SAM. BUFF1XGT02T, the number which draws the$40,000 Prise-if that high, says be is owned by William S.! HaTts, of lbgu4orYoud, Fullnwi wWeijhllaU* --
13 Road Tax, as it is termed,and the Corpora* CALVIN OAK, number should be an odd number, then every odd Duval County, Florida; and says his name is July, EeddinWarehouse, i io.ubou'EruetaUo.s, Slokfiif<'f1auflw *$'
B*Tax fr the current year, therefore, for theIpoee U. H. HOEG, number ticket in the Scheme will-be entitled The owner,or owners.are requested to come, forward AVholcsaleand; Retailt79 King and tbciio( the Sn iua b, tfwimtntBf of Uiflea4 llrtrII.Ktt.urii
tif f S if an even number, then'eveeveu, number rie4 DiEcuit heeatbis ttsuerjs .f IsI,1I.I .
} satitifring malcontents, protncnga'myand JACkSONTILL; July 12, 1856. ; ,prove property; payall charges end 'tkc corner of.King. & Berrisfordrst.Charleston .; VhokInorduffacadngnaaiIown.ja 1
per&cting the asscasnieut if Taxakprupertywitbintbe ticket will be entitled to f 3 in addition to any other him away, or be will be deli with according to iar.liiiuneseufvtieiiUotsti aIyt-po.

corporate limits of the On motion, the same was received,adopted, and Prize which may be drawn.. law. S '-5A. / S. .C.: :: >*cvtt and dud Fats iu &s JJea4 cekr.qu.4 DeficUaeT of P r-p4
Oqi.rtkn jJ the Town Jsclutonrille: the Committee discharged. AH those tickets ending with 0..2,4, 6, 8, are .. B. HOOANTfl. TktrtiicrilT iirtciicinpaUirye attortmtntofihealot ; rauunelIuwneset tnefckin and ><*,i>*ia talde. the S
'3.star4.d11i1e Ittdata4 Oavnfilmen The following account was passed, and ordered even-all those ending with 1, 3. &, 7, 9. are odd. Jailot P. C., Qoodf: 00xxr roll of PA PEKJIANGUfG; bdckebe f;timb., &e;, tnUtm fluiUssofZIuz. -

4i lr,7luit three Assessor paid-John Chapman, account for attention to.a. ff Uemember that every Prize is drawn' and Jacksonville, E. Fla;, June 17, 18I56. 1,000 fain'vfV1SDO\ WJiffAltS&i 100 Ilrtue t Curiiioxtn tUe. ilesa, COu.at1zalngsofvJaj4. ,
payable in full withont'deductlon. reat 4 rr ion >riirltr *v.-t -t .
kIppuated by the Council af'iresaidwbnse duty tecrydc ;JLl.o ViXUwt, jlokttr Lace 5
unknowd 00.
tie fr mwl at the Court Honge,in the Town pauper Printer, (name account-Florida,) (4 News, fort$8.00< ,: referred All Prizes of $l.000 and under, paid immediately .1 J. C. GIBBS,4 is;njy antborited Agent, undMaslittCurteiflf, Jtainasi Jiatindt .Linia, :itii HM prepaistto.covsso proprtrtov In ndtutf wiin tin atteatl of**Uteuuni ef lh paUIa -

'fJ4JoDill ,on the Third Monday of July in- to Finance Committee.. after the drawing-other Prizes- at' tbe usual .1 'to whom persons having business with mewilt'please ti.< >icf/t, .Mlindff 'flrt Serttnt, ftqtftian JSliruIt, IoUa, virtues aod adaptatios fetUtic to the diseases tea.fideiae ma

*"4>ni receire from all | ersons liable to Taxa On motion, the Marshall was instructed to re- time of JO days. S appiy; 1- &c. AUtinJsof UphdtUriny, amltAekmuntst at :.yihlcb it It nrcowmruJed. ? -. -
*"ft ao8Bt of property liable to Taxation nnf tarn a fall and complete list of Drays now running tjy/The drawn numbers trill beforwarded; to 5 JOHNS. SAMMIS. vtu.aoieiJdta is oil its IratcJict.'F38"Cath ,It I*no new ana antried article,bat'one(Baibai stood

f'dbLrirtlIetd l An act of the State Legislature in the City, inspection Council at, its next purchasers immediately after the drawing.A3k July 9,1856. .. paid/or Florida.Mou, thw tt's t ot 4ea year s'tnat k lon,,tbcAmvitcan gfo&e) .
is SWAN Agent and Manager, S Ski (iii repvttdon and sat!* U uhrivgtle SauW
Jaed act to ciFUblisb an sd ralorcm system regular meeting. H. KINSMAN & 00.Ju1y'P.t bjr aay : -
*uts fa Uus State December 15 Montgomery, Ala. Buruiug; Fluid. ; pn-pnruU extaot. The teuiraeiiTtoru ftvoc(tvea by -
approved Committee on Finance reported back A. W. DaCosU's at "APOTHECARY.HALL '1y : -ihe must proniioent and wet koowa Pbyikiim&aa4 IadKI4LU.1I. -
Agency received Burning Fluid. at. $i,00 -
per .
account for revision. JUST : iar ail Pa11O( UevsauyM aM
&at.P.J4ad&ya, nu&unty reJ, That On motion, Council adjourned.F. Jacksonville,,Fla. at the caiefiU i'ctusal oi the /inaua .publUttol vuually bjr -
_"e**is ooUec,given by said Assessors of L WHEATON Intendsnt TIIOMIS Wctsa and Jcsrtrs WTMAX &MJ.'S S APOTHECARY- HALL; C11a1) 'CASk Stwe. UieAgnta,cannot but.:itJsrie-toon skeptical that
*" neetiagqas afuresaid, if atry-pewon W. TT. Moon Sworn Commissioners to superiutend the Drawing June ttb185G-3L Jacksonville. }1aWii. Ifiu icoiedjr'I*leally cMrvipc ib*.createeVWtt/tt,bas
r ***oWe to Taxation so as aforesaid shall Secretory. N. B. Letters containing money.will. be strict oAtnlacdt S- i'r ," *" ""' q1AIt1aBQ .

reeooecacre: days fail or refuse to appear Notice. ly attended to and confidential.- A. -MoLBAN4. Wilson and Winte itz. ?bt1a4Jbia,La. '
tl5itt tW Taxable property so as aforesaid, Jnly 16, I85l ( Commissioned and Legajlf Qnolificd as the Ladles and: 4 ..- "S
"ikPlaed 1 Estate Farqotur Betbune, latent..Doral Administrator's Notice. 5 5l and ,the sur i FLORfDATE3Tf5: 'fa -
to forthwith and County
proceed assess
rounding' country; !hat' they have opened, tfceir Kay W&4rF1a.Fcb.24l53 S 5- -
)eppIrtys&id! ( rcdividnal individoslscor- County, deceased, arv requested ta present the"same FOUR weeks after date,I nbal] apply to the mW'AY.l bo tound when his services are desIred new and beautiful stock of. Spring and Summer E.O.C wynn, jtu ome da*aiaca I,bovxot og
ds a, corporrtinns so filling or rcfusinglo within the time prescribed by law, or this notice U. Hopkins, Judge of the Court of Pro- IfJl upon Inquiry, at the store, of S.) Williamsh Good*. Consisting. part of ngec..aIebvren.caae Pf joar Ueriosii tiiaea, ,Ua.t
laid Acsessin their Taxable property as will be plead in bar of their recovery; all persons bate for Daval County, for an order to sell the or residence of Mrs. Whitney. Corner log been troubled witb tivrans eocui Of t&e Liver,tonter
ia4st1ichs indebted to said estate an requested to make ; ; -'DIIY GOODS wlUi t1l..;bud vaiBirttf a run from -
$ value as they in their opinion Slaves and so much c( the Real Estate of John Adams and Uogans Btreots. -: pbjtlctaa.
ta!de "tl immediate MARY BETH ONE t uu.if ih? Diners,uu4 (.oon rouud, them a Mf ct
payment. { cure.
i same to be reasonably worth. Lewis'lste of'-Mid County deceased will 1
pay Jacksonville Fla., July Cth, 18o6 fwLw Administratrix.Julyl6.1856.4ws. :
oPJ4Iied ,IAe aaMorUy aLforesaM, tbe just an'd lawful debts or said estate- : : bathsJaekon ts4 frHit4! ,Sad they ulsn fouod thi rea < they bad too** '

pesoa or person, corporation or cor*- ___ ANDBEW P..LEWlSrAdr. i'5A5th ron -,_ S 4rwtiere ta vaio,. Fom tbrtrrecoqnaieadaUoi,,to cuit- -
Je:; iu to said Tax Assessors anr :Br J. SXXOKBSOX, his Attf.i in, (act.jnly a brc iflack ai1a. cdl S1k! rn ,I Dud my enw lSUff;; caUrtir cibMMted.and thhuWe ,
ety> 'axatkra so as aforesaid at a valM In the Circuit Court for the Eastern ,. 1856. 4t Bounty land Warrants Silt nncl l *rue thaw eowiaAU I tinjd tberefura be pteared >
1ui".a* said Assessors 'I ; Chambrays, QIi1Li5;. &>nurt jru*stud a aatatity tnm4mttty.*' -
*_ said appear reason- Circuit of Florida. Administrator's Notice... BIT :PHILIP PEASEB'r .Ld'ce'Mantillas hed li4lTh- ; tNUEFFISCTj* OF THK GERMAN U1'JrEp -
Aasesdors shall said iniridaals. -
report rHERRING'S -*
corporation Dnral County Jnlf I4th, 1850. 'wO Months after date,the subscriber.Admin.Ja. S Jnly9-tf .. / /.;|. .5 $. .CERTIPICATB orDLw.sMiTu' -
or corpora- bleached Liinens.Ddmask OF ?lVP
Hoincsriiin Irish IIiLGCICU3IONDVOT.J :
**Owen,audtbre.ponjtshsJbetbee Patrick H. Price, ) Assnnapslt Altschroent ;istrator bf the Estate of John Iwis'deceas S -w.Q.iWAciui. ----------y -

tocause the Intendant to sam >*. > Sum Sworn to |200LV ed,will present his accounts'and vouchers to IIoo.B. ; .Table 'Clotha! ; and Najikins M. JaekMo*.Pbila .Dea airs t aav fcem MpCDyvprpkte

e i'iddor indiiiduaIj,representative Small wood Martin.,J Bond filed $400. Hopkins for allowance, Judge .of' Probate-----------5 for' the County ofDursI Patent Champion Fire and .Burzlar B. E4Dapex*, Z. O/.Ifanfcqr- y.rs.uk'ct Such was'ujr, la eoodliida iu wamfofn tor (welts,Aw mombathat lite teas five -

r corporations before him,and if it THE Defendant and all other persons Interest -5- : ANDREW D.LEWJS.Adr.T. PJROOF SAFJES. chiefs Fapcy" 'Silk Trimmiii rXJSilk thfc phy.UUiu sad-all. wb<* aw mm sahi 1 awl dk, .
appear by evidence submitted, will take notice of the institution of this Interest manifested the to While in this rontfiuVui lwac arrieif ta ibe :wateitas
or iadividuals, eorpttrattoo or and to By J.P. SAXDKBSOS, bis Atty. in fact. THE great by pnbHe Gloves: .upd Mittst JErabrpl.r! e.Is Vlr1nIaTenusss,*aiHi -'
Irs6ao suit, they are hereby required appear .and ocursmere, perfect security from-Fire for N0.ttt'V wotia*,bat -
; Jaly.9,18 ?m ;
; have : wai bi DaSttsl
made a partial or fraado- plead to the declaration filed in said cause. bfaay wstfl-ti *hie l wa iaht
111fltI1I,$i34 valuable papervBucn ss BohdvMorUgevDeeds, ..ftdGSkirtJ'lafrnandFIg'd.Ribbons Whiz.uuywy'hssiopp,4 awkaj. .
individuals L. FLEMING
: be taxed two-fold,COrPOrshall the Ad iI Istitiii's' Notice ., Notes, -and.Jlooks of Acwant, than theordinary ?4 Bonhots loa.fttmall vUUjiJ Ut Nona Carulto*,t, try the atTics ofrwqaa -
; ;, rld.Str/iw
AUy.for.PJauiiifE *
Lx vOUaweekssaner.: date; I shall apply lo the Safes heretofore use had%fiVrded, in Juc d the / b4rvh u*wt t la.Untt acAj] tmtSeami$ '
i/lwtktOrd4iidlp ent returned by them. Jane Iff, 56. Sms .. 5i:' Hon. 11. Hopkins, Judge of Probato for Daval Subscribers';devote a largo portion of time and ,SilKJl IfRlonj:ajnl .Bobenc ta.cKu iio Ih wk I wot Intil ap.g sWs to iii g.m.aeiucfsalr
t ,tiuatlu, qforttaid, my child mid wvtei Tbertf wer*wmal or Uw vtrU .
IutII?*Z to assessed fur Cotrnty,'for an Order,to sell the Slaves indso' attention daring the WttfottrifemyeanMfialiny '- inC fimbriol dgemgsi' OpHars phMitian is ihe tof and of tb .
corporation pnrreot Ctorn for:Sate ip1wPas3tdiseoPerk.1/Qr; thi ; ?, 0a n.scaairt to,
ranch tbe Kea Estate of Jacob Forman. late of *olfatj find
year shall be not exceeding of L t2td sos Isienut to myese,*ad aftetuklsg..ao.e .
t :' said deceased as\wiir and they vow beg Jeave .to assure .their nouieroui : Cneets. .andL
cents the One Hundred TJUSHELS'N. C. 'Mixed Corn,1ust County, pay-the just qutssaId; k.hMlwe* sdtedheeg.sec.
; upon within the 3. received in Store and for sale low lawful debts of said estate. ; :: friends-aod public generally that tbtlr efforts' FJpwera and: -(Tab?, Musquejiq Net- /J f owflitfil by Uit u*) o(* Ur,llwofiaadlGarjBrf.nr
property eLrporateOWD ,
EL1ZABETUPORMAN.Adu r. been'crowned: with oompfet* cueeeis; and tpjueJ by you,and ha.4simte4 tbi| lt tzlbs.
i oi Jacksonville and not exceed at Iloeg's old Store, ty J. .B. WILLAIID. ;- Fans UmffreHa'sv .Bwur Ue ahMi,rUed tb ,
; P.SAXDkK. her Atty. i4 fact.Iffercfiants now offer"Improved Herring's Patent World's |iiig ; out day ,al r.jrooHnifinii -
upon tbe Dollar fur Bail Boad purTi July ib.is&' ; Fair Premium Fire Proof rfafe," as the, tOt1JIici'y te4 so tuut&lb.* I woutd iry tbem ibati sskt- -
a d-1argo: aim M* t aadi 5. -
fIPep ly tL aaeru1/oraau, CHAMPION SAFE OF THE WORLD & v : v : *?*' taking tf LI'dircetedUDd I t d*MjT 1 WM oas bee4, S
: 04-&e. '
4$1Iesmetts eired by said Assessors, W1ic Hotel? | nAU-Af QTHTH*. t : ; .. ff / ; by iA II lbfc frOiirhi1 aB the wawr b.'anaoee or madltta n( I bad ,w iae,' L -
; to M
4'Iil 'indetnath by tbeprtyof par- OFFICE F. A. A a.CENTRAL'HAIL ROAD, ) 4 4T ., ? jliondou* 1.851tV wa fructi4iva Suitme4lcjn4( e.s tfy.. _, i. j -
'$s ame which oath ball be adoio- ;jAcaoimuJE,XLA*July If ISSfu JfpHE S Tmdersigaed S beg leave W avail bImsffS 4 AndinNewr Xork) > 18W. sb said As.eesorsureitberof( Stockholders 4f tb Fjorida Atlantic and opportunity ofofhoUfylng friends -4 As superior to all others It is no w nndoabtf d*. Dress Coals, Flannd Shirts, "* ** ; ( rile ha anca & eeaii Sni

hgA Bido.o1emnlv swearupnu the lioly JL Golf Central Bail B ad are hereby notified and :'the. public'generally/ that" tils' bouts, Js !re.ititl i:1that appellation.'-ibd: securedlw : r.fdo- PantsV '"- gro4* *( (*otih&nml kInd iimedIeia.aa.q. b.w.a'e'
b a fittcd l>y It Uun any otn t b b. #
ItLty O d. that the return wad. Hail's Patent Powder Proof Leeks wbichflslso1 do' Vest -'Hats and Capisizortsd 4 -
of cent the fur :the $ ( ;
that a sixth Instalment rs per, upon now open' cepsonof; pejxnanenLsnd ;int been 519.*4 tetany mor, e. aMte; -
: Propert. within the corporate Capital Stock ol sid Onnioy J *pcaUi4n, transient boarders, by strict attea Uea tov:bosioess wosiawarded Medals as' abort,) fcrtp* 'the most, Stock' and Cravatr ShlrU andCoUa43qoTs4.YJxs1oE %,it1 1OIIth1tt1iPe, tMs41hJp'a.s 4.zisC s .
wu ,f scksonTill d tu.k/. / n ;r. irk .1 perfect Fire and Borgur ProoCi Safe* ererbefore -
? .IsjBsta ; 5005 ii pw.ibls. :
bo befuro tfa* nib. A Wt next.1 and nioaeralecuarge ::4 t5
be otM i- -
paid or S "
to H
?** trsces all tbe Taxable procutir Boarf tr -- *THhar offered to the Public.;. / T,. ._* *f 4 .JLiciiI71Tows! waM4$1w.!, -
of the ; ftitawtfe.T' -
bymr Border rb ThV8 b cribcrtal hiannfacturi'ill VJdJi'MIprof .5Tbesc1W-tarassrnsLT vs wt ABtaaa* twciro -
Lumyowerightoru! T tjpi 5 o t4ddIa _.
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't1or ,O. C. OIBB3.- ZKM> ,cz aljlnlui Jw br
,agent or guardian flosliubflJ 4 ptnjf Cbcstiand'YaulU, : ,
so help.agaiastall sec'/'rrsurcrv. A, *"0, 0._ R.CorJuy31,5G r, ? ki4 seta- kpcpif 1st fl riO sal s4.ewhat., -
iEW- Vsi1t.P' do ,% y. "
a.aSory voaii .1 j Btkpre; JeweI1es nateT 'TSJnIUU* #kbt.Sipte ; 4o p ifs4tt 4i. -5' ,- k; .1
isa11. pefaooc're- -- J DST rwdred and. .ifbt aste as 1ow..zsiatn,; lte 1104 Ai4 at.lao .)lbisqrcot'd Usikirs,' Toutb'stlq '
: 5k if's SaI ,
C1Ietor as defaultera unibi 5otbejv.estabMIcb, $Id th stat.bj ,) ; ,; ret Sb ..anI I3no '' ? ;,-?, j -i i i 41 r. -V,>
: bereas4aiag & bc I.ri.d-vpon WlLLoe sold. In front'or:the CV-f at *??*.'*rV*<*< i J"-SrK t *V*"**4"v"aW*W" Wt[ V
fn the City; of,Jacksonville n the : &t4oeet ; JMfelJ v ; ,

Arst,Monday' iB>ABgo,tn.zV witfeifl the ieg*|. '" .
OrdOsaOeI *t+H.bsandtheyar.b.ro. boars of sletbe feHowteg efroes toL.wt| \Joan, 4Iy4 490 \ -
ttI 4 b'
-cs, a Jfe slri* 9Bt 4wtoty4lve jreart-cf-ags.'and 4 1 CUTUR.4'GkOOEitC. ts4M4.esalc #a- ? :

pushuk bar two i eIMese;*1 b//* ,-* !; L:4::4
nemonhIrreeoIred :teit 'eiioiesDd Sws *: rt.! *?rt i ilx ponuixm f ::
FelixiAriogstoj and John' oMi- Levied 'as she pV fert/of Pail Deer* 6b12fWhiey Far.bas N wiUflhi4tt- -
s.4ieenlouttu W711Tid In fever S 'i xiinliw ert4o* at thewIerAb.L S .
beTI4yJpU1ete4'aaitMt ; .4r'i.G : ::1 ,
o(2.blirJi.; sad James G.Webh,Wstee AiifriTi > .
:;zxesMd r' Dab :' S

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_ :: .:. OITOB. J- .o', PROPRIETOR.Tiro .trrIOnxns. AT" .- .A.D .&aE2s7S c ; S 4: the si.ii ..,.eofTMllft'Y.toI7KYKAJ8j _;

_ --,. ..' t ,as.- :- ,, FOB CLAIMS: ,. 4 4o". ; ; ;1"h obie &Wyi .\WeII* into' J 'of -' ..

_ .. ,"!H.' 'i : .,JVo.4W. ,. :$cvntkiiIV4SWXGTOXCflY.ict: "" mates t.lJbe1Q.' s44l aieeklyp.erfertbe iw .
Hf.eire4e whtefi JM&DI ; ,
_ BoHars.per annom,payable upon ordering :. tract and Ivettior4e1a7 read it. To MOOM- /*E bDkL; ;tf

S tie Paper. -. WILL,practice. before lI..r Court Claif. S pfi.h 6*obeet u.bct n des ariJ-.C'W. OG"tn

E lMeriptle4U3f.paid within'six months.$S, ifftotpaMbe&rvtfa prosecute Claim*: before. .Congress "-Slz. : 5'S condensed from fortl jn and do0e 4i 'periodietl ezeet* with adrie. fbr lh r .. S

*, & of the year,.(i will and tbe several Departments. July. 1854. : __ _;; aadorijrtnal artJelea of, insinwtrre .character *fIiar sttl*, ar .po--. .,

_ ELUS&: LSD WITH procured, wbenpOMlbleLetters aDd eterf ttbeeney :tbar"OQt" : ,
_- Am* B."t wfll.be inserted at tbe following S 5-- froar rcfen1UDd ;toe most laiertstfafportions ; RUi 'an 0e1IliiIbfeenph

"tjM*r "" .11 UCTIO.YXD COMMISSION of the News of the J sfcetefce of Fife; YemIafzva tiimecwstul naJtOC.Ibo.-
_ Oot'JWfcr'per: faf twelve lino) far the S Uct-Qba.iL. L SeecteJand Original .
square f ; adreatare and character; ] practie,,ndtaiYelJ'.
_______ firs*,"and 8ePe t1"Fi1'e Cents for every subseqoentinsertiott. ,Prompt:attention:.wDl I, he"given' to all sales ,tides_opon stTicnnereiacccWnU of the Market*; of S disease of a delicate, P, n&e .
; :.Ta yearly Advertisers liberal discount : entrusted to'our care. and a ijankNot LUt are tnduded acwojr" SoV- To which 1 Padded reeeip; .Qe .5

trfltlw .tersde. AU4 transient advertisements X<** Jacksonville July 9. 1 8&'. ly id information to be odostaotrr fodod fa the Post.. above dmasesyand.a taW .tbs_ I
Ccfet bypereoBS baring a running account with the. But tbe mind retires a wider ta 2Q'-it baa OcUtties toss sad cure of tb lever a4

_ omce) most be paid fOr previous to publication. : Taut_ HOW and splendid, Hotel- $ which'delight in,the hnttoroo and lirel/ Tutwmoii, l taW hot. '

_ Person at a distance can govern their remittances THE"MILLS HOUSE / To satUrjr these cravings we derote-a ulr'propbr- p"_ Wtqd, P&lhW.lpI..ND1.ttt'f :"
for advertising by the following'ratesr, Humor. alaX.IIU&:' .
thin of the Post to-PIetoniToetrf -T".aoro .
S ,. square (twelve lines)'published! six' Stccnlly trfticd tn tAt OmurtfJfceting an4"Qtun. Among bur contributors in the first two of the the majority tboM *. j1r w.\ _,

_ tnnnthsfori.v%.....<',............. ,$10 00 : Sfrtttt? ; -i _; sbcre departments are serenl of the moat lifted di e Kfor( ibidi it treau; ka .
*, Two -squaws,frr six months....."..., ,15 w tk151'D.U.5i esC OD'tn.. 3* "e writer lo the Ji d."We also draw freely for Fietion tbe best Cul.ges! ba the Veiled&ater'44

Legal and other Business, .Card*,per an- .4.nJf"I"n. fa.a ttyk not fftttdtd lll.flf At and Poetry tbe best periodicals in Ibis weplcas11YeioflconimbinUQthS. .

'S- ...1HD.t.,..'*..........,.,..,...;..'.... "10 if* City of Jfcw.} ,', coaluet open for /if recq -5-- 4 country and Great upon Britain. ,We deafen eommene or to victim VII _u&JUt ,. T,
"CT" .xerieecd
rf.rT9 '
1 f -, j In ra:new ,story by Mrs floothwortb.,author of pnctilifter 1 fa_ .
Application for letters ofadministration '5 Oo S N The Deserted Wife" .Mirim It,4c, fa oor first "oIn the7 1seaUe
______ KoUce of Application! fur dismissal as July 9,*i6.' .- Proprietor. 4 Jacksoriville/East; .Florida.. r for ', > "J.f ., & = J_- .

_ iswtor.'' .....1'............. 10,00' ; CALL & PLEffllNG- pa: EngrsTibirs tx January., IHajtratiTe of imp ft'a.4 FromA. OTweWdVJ 2WjwJftIjr *
For.announcement of candidates fur of Subscriber, baring'opened this Hous?eg in,'would-'respectfully.ask hjs,old friends and .the actions ofAgrieulturaland other new.loTentlot)* I / P40W I-U give &2!> _*"*
_ eet..e.A...... ...... *TT 0 Jl XE .Y.S.iJ T X 4S TK THE ; ..
;to give him a call, M he- Is determined BO$ to be excelled,by any Tbe Western Stage with others.ofa'bunioronj.,.thoo... refined, character Iestiun K the wilf.eJ,.'
No announcement trill be madeuolm'tbe'lame'hi JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. leaves thts
accompanied with the amount charreddt3rial 'mil fair 9, iss;. blo attached to the House.. Come and see.- SAY';.,BUFFINDTOX, Proprietor. I DiM*]eef beGenital OrjsaL SL*?*.
notices for private benefit be charged S Jacksonville, July.9,.ISM. ., .. '. ., -. > OP TUB PRESS.Werrgardft I 1ee e standW., bmr .' Kfc'wlucl tt

_ double. the rate of advertising. J P. Sanderson, ., S 4 aslfie best of the Pbiiidelpbilit I lib skai. bas ,been DIQ I.i !
ligHAis, Obituary',and, Marriage notices, will CDONSELLOB AT .or' 4 I U health io IOIBe' .
AND LAW eues
be published gratia. ATTORNEY ; s. l erary papers. Its editorials are written with ability bden Whey, .
t : I considered
*'lVo communications inserted unless: accompah-v 5- S 'D .3)taiO: OQ'7dnU D.'- N.O3. aud take eomplrehcruJTe view of w hate tec Is t.eoad, mdcj r...
I meotoC SetaiiMO.of .
_ fed br tbe author's name. Jacksonville! July .13&g.' ,t ., e.., d18t .ed.-&jo.JJuut IrA1IJbb Work mast bepd! for on'delirery.PLATFpRil One of the most readable! and enterUfniBgnewspap I bt aeflca.
_ S JOHN W. PRICE I I of Tcner/ I do not bI1Id. SjmATt !?'*
: ii jt ;
I NEW: FALL AND WINTER! ., GOOJ3S. r* the"cyuBlry, a&d deserves as enjo' (sAlOn. I bare'been aW

: OF THE-AMERICAN PARTY ATTORNET ANfD COtTNCELLOR AT LAW, a widespread circuatioPoercrLakta- S 1.1t" some tbir ..bd deemito *a. '

_ JidopUd .at, tU Seuio cf tit Mtltoaal aUlncuj .JacksotnilIeFlorlda. ., "' 1'i .'.< CCThis to him as well a-a liMn to 1DO't". .
and has
Boo immense .
is ao
____ '. ("!,/ 1.t. l$, lbrJctleein tb".E**trvn ''Circuit of a fimtlrpaper, tim.f early inclI'ttiI T
__ ; WILL circulation! 1& will to include it. ta
_ Clieajp for Cash JVo JLonff .Credits -secn cone .
: and the Counties of Ch rlfnn ia whoM
IsL Ao bumble acknowledgment to the Supreme &. S pondenU a large Dumber of the ablest writer in one proktWaal'akfll &Del _'-.L__ &
Being for His protecting care vouchsafed to our and Camden, CJf Gtorgi julyll,,M. S. .AT foe cnuQtrf..aH4tM 4mtotid
fathers in their ucoc*Reruluttuaary struggle, James IK. Baker.JTTOIWEY BUth'i: GItAVES 'Yur}. WOODy. t
and hitherto manifested to us, their d deaceudauU ,\& We are la weekly receipt of this inyaltUble family "This Is, without tr r IJao .

in.Ue preserratiun of tbe liberties, .the independence AT LJIW, .' journal, and should-Irel I very much at a loss hewn and intelligible'work '

aod tbe Union of these SuUs'Sd. > ALUOITOR COt1KBI.COC- KiST fLORIDA.jolj Ho.. 3 8AHHIS! BLOCK BASTREETJACKSONYILLE.flI1E without it,as consider it the best literary paper class of diseases of which it treats
_ an technical term
.,Tbe perpetuation of the Fvderal Unlon as jg. Sutes ,
tbe United
\ DOW published ia without jEawssS
the of .civil and relgu: >us liberties auyezcepUoos. 01 its fe1f'1"S. It ,
palladium our x.rart swim.' v S bare received of 'Good rat thefr'neTr'store which -frwocrat CambrU'jt, J/J.. .
bulwark of American A. CARRCTE. Subscribers just a general assortment yew matter, sad
aad the Indepen oo parabo" r-ttS
only ave SSf
_ 4-oce.. SMITH Sc XJARRUTH .L for cash they will sell as cheap as any other house in the country. .They bare adopted the principle ,This is one of the few large papers filled with Jed to placing it in &be.Mods"Yfr

'Id.Americans must rule .America, and to this of "M lpriJjiU and quick returns," and Invite the attention of the public to an examination of life andthooght instead of lumbering 'trash. IU idab t baa deoLeau Uc i :wu

end naUre-born citizens shOuld selected fur all .t1 TT'O RjVE YS A T LA Wt their stock before purchasing elsewhere.- In it will be found, the following' with many. other* .articles management is marked by liberality, cuuitesy, ability the rarkms. complaints treated years to rf the.trtateJj J Tt
too to mention and tact. It emplujs the best library Ule&t
6lte, FedenJ ant municipal offices or government Alligator East Florida numerous : little breath to puf and too IMUevrtSMHt ?

_ employment In pre reoa'u all others: nevertheless july 9, '.G. '. Dry Go tls. and,spares one of tut literary pains, or and expense.general.Ass intelligejjc Confly,paper we impose nominal, be baa oared to theworM .* ???.

1'h. Prints Ginghams S 'Checks, Linens cordially commend it.-Ciiyi"a Clit/Aulrar', price of K rents,theyvars' fmtof. 2
_____ Persons born American parents residing Jaconets/ Oren tdineSa tim De Rhine most successful ptaeticeJT&riiJL
Conpcr A: Frnser D41'Cgcs, Sills York. .
_ should be entitled to all tLe ) MKo teacher or parent'
temporarily abroad Florence Silk Illusion ** Cambric .Uobinets 'should be voWl
; ,
It lathe besi literary and family 'paper in the "
_ rights T f native-born citizens; but .Lawns Mualna, k' D0 Lames, Crape, :. Uoion>-<*JUafrr,Jfre*htand,1L knowledge Imparted:in this invafaUe*S'"
6th. JCo person should be selected' for political FACTORS S Cravats Cotton Cords would save years of-poin,mnrtiftarttim asdtaC
Hosiery Spool
_ Its ample contain article o( audi
pages many
Station whether of native b rib. who I to the youth under heir .
,( or foreign ) S AXDCommission Gnus Skirts, Oanaburghs.. Brown Sheeting. .Bleached Sheeting literary men front, the pens of some of our best cbar .

_ recognizes any allegiance or obligation of any de3criptwa Merchants Ticking, Plaids, _,' a. Stripes, S Drills .' I writers, and are,aiso stored with all the important
to any foreign pritce potentate or poweror 3Insquito Nets., Ribbons, Braids, Staying, Webbini. I newa of the day making it a welcome Visitor both A Presbyterian' clergyman' In"fluutar's 0f "
who refuses to recognize the Federal and StAte ITbalo Bone Hooks and Ed and Men's '. I Medical,ILieaT tn )"
BAT'STP.EET, SAVANN'AU, GA. Eyes, inj. Inseiiiog, Shirts to tbe business counter and the unify circle.
coaiitations, (each within iU sphere.) as para i'pon.tbousaiids of our joutkv
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs :.fcc. bj "q avi
all other laws rules action. Wtf, AVOLET COCPCB.] f J.VO,CoCMtt F&iSXB. E.ttdWn On&II1ttnt. iodnenco the
laonut*to ,ss political passions, bare bees'let Z
(. The unqualified recognition and maintenance Produce of every description; sold on I Boots A9 Shoes. .One of the oldest aDd best litewr.papeta* habit.cf "T'fr'Vitlf'iririioOTit .!! *|
______ Comm nn. Ladies'Black Silk Gaiters ,- S published in the Uatoos-Orya*, IttmiUo, Git. i and fearful I. ..
of' of
_____ the reserved rights the ierer4Stedes. Congress ; Hen's Fine BoobII .- ennsequcices upon tbcnudvlHaad
_ and the cultivation bann-'iiy and fraternal good S july P "' colored Ties, Shoes It is deservedly one of the most popular public poaUfrily. The epnstitota>u ef tboiiaaAjrilarew

will between tbe citizens of the several Stales and 6'"OSEl J. OltlCJB, 4 Fine, English Kid. Slippers. .' S ." Kip Brogans, Journals in the Ueited States cambiniugsaitduealnaliterarypointoriewaUthe interest raising Cunilie have beta .mkVULt lilt
this I1OD- French II ,of the broken down and
DterfcnDt'e with da
to end by Congress General Commission Merchant SlipperGoatlhuktn. they not kaovttwoatiir
Ur! to" tbe iudivida l lhtates .' ", "-'to'-i Enameled and best magazioes with a Tast amonnt ot general ia- cure. Aojthinuuteaabedoa
cueeUoos.appertaining m> S6 WATER :'., SEW Y)Kt. Fancy Shoes, : ssfc* ky!
-J 4 and non4nteirenUou by each State with STRICT and prompt attention given to the scale of I' dl' Kid .t ..... :_. 4' Cloth tipped Gaiters, telligence Jttpublie*,JLUckjStlJ the Ct.ltiaempb ea and influence the public saiad aa td cts.SS
or best liters
lb anVirs of 'J Kid CaUr ODe very / ultimately .ta this
any other State. Ties IAsting..ongress Gaiters ;renMve 1f dHpre14
all articles of entrusted to his SMttif
produce care, .. in the whole and deserves
7. The oft.be of nativeborn'aad Enameled Boots II. newspapers country, human wrefchedneM
the Leather would
recognition right tipped S coaJrr tba
. and all orders promptly I complied with. rH
natoraloed citizens of the United States per- I j juty9-.56 tf Misses' Parodi Boots S *Y utbs' Brogans 'S na paralleled! 'succesa-with which it baa met ander blessing next to th 'refieion Jera Cirk;.
in Shocs ." calf S its present enligbtjned and liberal proprietorthip.Tb the present aod
ibanently residing any Territory thereof to" Boys Brogans coming geoeraaov. latMMsaai
Is l. frame their constitution and laws and regulate j. ii o L in JB s,- Childrens'Shoes, a large stock,'&. Ac. .': greater its circulation in thisState, the lea (or the uoI intoxicating ,driaks) taoMitkisslam

their.domestic aDd social affairs in their own mode General Commission Merchant, S Huts iV : probably is our gain ''pecoaiarly; fai outgun pe thousands, upon tbuouads sims mfcrscoor
tabject only &l;:the provisions of the Federal G.nstitntkn 100 WALL ST., :EW YORK, Caps. ; euuianlJ.le& we must pruonnce it a most excel to the human race. Accept.1.tkaato*

_ I. with the privilege of admission into the WILL pay particular attention to sales of Tel A good assortment comprising Meos Leghorn, Panama Straw, Palm Leaf II'ooT, Felt,and Wide worthy the patruaage.C"cry- behalf: of |be afiikted, said. U4kvs .,.

V Union whenever, bIT thereqt..t population.f : low )'iQC Lumber Lire Oak, and other:'Southern Awako lists" together S with| Cbildrcn.s', S lists and Bloomer. 4> M '.- bod). The Contributors to the l'ostaiv aaiong worker ia the guod ..Oft.JOG irese stnI1.

one Representative in Congress. Pnvidd ale Timber and Produce;'and to orders. fur purchagng 5- s :Saddlery. .' the finest writers in America, anti the editor's utr'ca giged io." .

uaytf thai none but those who are citizens of the Merchandise. 'July 9. '. 6.' are alway. cbvaeterized by tnth; and UstewJryl&i4 ODe copy (securely enrelopeal wiH'b' kmri-
A well selected slodr, suitable to the demand of the market.JHfardware .
Canute .. ,
United States,under the constitution, and laws S S '. ed, free of postage any part,of tie tit
: ; -
_ tbereot and who have a fixed rea-dence in any DENTAL ,NOTICE. : ,- :-* .* We bare heretofore spoken ia high terms of the Slate for tti ecu U.or sit copies foe ft, -.

ucb Territory,ought to participate in the forma. 'IT ;)1. BOSTWICK.;Would respectfullrin- Hollow Ware, ,Knives, Forks & ,Carrer, I'ocket Knives. ,Bufcber Shoe Knives' merits of the Past as one of tbe best pipers onovrexduago pus' pa.l/ COSUiLX Jk.CO, l ubiifcui.,'II-Jc

_ boacfthecrnistitutionorin. the enactment of laws 9'Y form the citizens of Jacksonville and its Razors'Scissors; Brushes, Spoons, <>riD &buteS Cbtton CSirds Bellows list,'and w*regard It as oae ftl.e best Pbibd4Jphia. ',

I fbraaid Territory or State. vicinity, that baring opened an office on Forsyth Coffee Mills Chains Rope, Kails, Butts, : Hooks A Hinges, titenry papers to be fbond anywhere. Ita editwr-' r.C1Dyaumaa .

8th. An enforcement the principle that no street will attend to all branches of Dentistry in Screws. Files; .Tacks, Bolts, Locks, Hooks &.staV1Ddo: tops,. isis are written witbabili'y.AJad cake A liberal. iodependeat -,I supplied onthmu. ,* Ibinii5 .

: State or Territory ought to admit others than citizens the most approved and carefull) &uner. Powder, Shot, Lead, Percussion! 'tips.. Spades,Axes, > Angers, Saw,, %- .: and cumpreheujuTtt view of mea and jar" '. I&:4-

- 'of the United States to the right of suffrage ricr.rcs. ot acbiug te destroyed. without ,Drawing Knives : PLuiefl.Qun es,. i6pint,Levels Groans Rules: things.few aiJ..dcirt ittr, JY'V1l.,:*, P*, -

orofboldingpulitic.toce.1 pain. _"july &. 'M.- tf Oarpen tT'. Sasb Tools ., *...Chisels,. ,Tap Borers Ac. ;., .TEJUU (cash ia ad ranee,) i.6Ioco1'1, i a year. DJI.- IIQOFLAXW' *-" {

9th. A change, in the ia-.s of naturalization Also WOOD-WABE, ,as,,Buckets. Booms Pails :Axe litres. ,., Ac. '4ICOpi H-.t..''...... .. 3. _'.. c1LEUD, S S
; making a eontiuued residence of )( .years Charles De'Waal 8and oDe to getter-op of dub)" J9: II
- of all,0.erein be fore provided:for'an"; Indispensable S BO ks. Stationery... 1:, ." .:f44 **' ..".JC M U-- M3HRM BPT.EJltPxcparcd

requisite fur citizenship hereaiter and exc.ud. AUCTIONEiiJRJACKSONVILLE ; Blank Books, Fools dp and Letter Paper, Pencils."Wafini, Pens, Dealing"JJ ,'Dbnk Boob, ION U ad4 14 4* 44 to "
lug all 1"'D10tTS0 and persons convicted of crime with a selection of School Bcoks,Standard uorks and I light reading. AddressDEACON'b PETTEteiO5. by Dr 'p. .. Ja15No.To,5Adi
C rum landing upon our shores; but interference. E. F. Groceries? 4V JProvisiotis. No. &>South Third SU tr I'bUau Iphii, street, Ph elnctiJrrECTt.nLT'a1I.

b with the Te& Opposition to any union between Church SALES in any part of the County attended. to A full assortment of Family Groctries; 'Hams.; Bacon' .Pork- Lard, Beef.'.Tongue*,. Mackerel when requested. S \ .
and State; no interference with religious faith, or respectfully solicited. }Potatoes- Beans, FlourBread..-Crackers, ..&c. :. *. SS L1V1H OOHPUHIT

worship, and no teat baths for office. Goods sent to the subscriber' commission; either Wines,& Jfiquors. I ,
for private or auction will be ORAH S -S
11th. Free and thorough inreAlgatlon into any : Fine Old ,New .JVLiske DYSPEPSIA
_ attended to and amounts speedily forwarded! Tbe randy Bourbon irbukey, .cd and Cbnunon Whiskey,
_ and all alleged abuses of public functionaries. Subscriber has been' known in this community A Champagne, Madeira aDd Port U!iuca choapptf, Ac. Ac.S Jaundice Chronic KcrreooA De-
r or
- a rid economy in public expenditure .CAt: M9ITULY MAIII& ,
_ 12th. The:maiateuauc0,-ud enf. rcetnent of all a number of years as Auctioneer and otherwise. Fancy Goods; : ':,. "_ .. S l-ility. Disease of the Kidney ted

laws constitutionally enacted nntil Sdid laws hj'.l lie offers no recommendations bat'desres! that inquiries Perfumery; .>>aps;; Tooth, Nail and JIair Brushes; Dressing Combs; .Lookin .&. ,(ESTABLISHED IK 137.) '

_ be repealed,4>r.shall be declared null aud void by should be made concerning himself an} The above which enumerates but comparatively few articles of our present stock we offer to attract DEVOTED TO LITERATURE all Diseases arisiog from .i,,.

competent. Opposition judicial authanty.13ib. to the rcktessand. unwisepol- commercial cn be house found at on the Bay place Street of his next residence.lie to Apothecary tbe atteutiott of the public, trusting v that those who may .be.induced- to. call upon us by it will' 'bare no, S isu/c.".. ordered Liver or Stoma:__ _

SCT' of thIS present 'adaiiuistratinn in the. general Hall, where }'ainil Groceries and Provision Shoes 1:100"to th Uea, Aridity 1M iassJusfblbSt
,Dry.Goods reasonWATCHES
inanagemeot as shown of 'ur iu removing natwiual aSairs Atuericans nod inure(by designation especially &.c. which will be oflfcn-d on as reasonable termsas ; JEWELRY SiLVER 'WARE: The new volume; c commencing with" the Jannary *, Vt.lp l r.w loud FWUPSSSioiaeb w".....
tIIea Eractalises m-ttIIC StU'
_ )and.'conservatives m principle, from of. they can be obtained.anywhere else, for cosh : ,. number$. ; will cantata over twelre hundred .pi.d ak stena twi. .i ..

ace,and placing foreigners, aad ultrau4a in their and country produce." ,, ,ANDFancy -: pages of rae-choicest reading nutter,steel aad. fled a8ll" Lkgi z& g41&k0111 t.iht; -11IIII\
_ places;as shown in a truckling subserviency to iuly.tfi);"'(. CHARLES DE WAAL. 'S .wood ebgrarings and'music., CJao tac or tfaflueatiiis Matuto*wse*m.alJllUl

ibe Stronger,and an insolent and cowardly br.".., S ;.Goot7s.a Each number will cootaiD a splendid steel engraving tore,Dimneu ehWotl.o.u.Webs Mbi*..
auwarduhe. weaker shown in COME AT LAST. ',.' < ; a plate of the Paris fashions on steel elegantly "aYe'sad 4..hbt-.'the Hc.,D4eMe1 SI.
powers r ** recpening ..
sectional agitation, by the repeal of the A. LARGE Cheese. lot of choice Goabeo' Butter and J.. : : <. IE ai1 L.__ with o'lond wood;wie engravings or more r article miscellaneous, richly illustrated r1eIaqwem.t. bmtk,ehest.haai.D.,&e.s44r: .54side. ..

1 Uusoori Compromise; *a shown in granting to proseand aan i.u..t k.rtasIt.agietUp..
: ttnaaturaliied for 4gaers the right-of.scfiVage inK 4 "ittrt and l cbra ka; as ahowu in its racilUtingoerse $) M New Bacon 'ides.S .- bcob; 'monthly summary; hints en fashion and T pi.pdswi <. ca1IIl11 tu auaIi..fMfiaiCeU
on the ILuisas and Nebraska quest on; usnowa
in the corruptions' which pervddo some of 'OBbls. Heavy Mess PorV.M sgain penedat SO3ICRS'' W BIUCK BUILDING,with lsxga d well aelect- anJsewmasic. r"'neel. l a"'a.I"tSS' S I .
tbe.departmenU government as shown in disjrracing M. Choice Lef Lrd. d stock or > TIM steel encraving*will embrace ftoeIaeCq-t- wtkiI.teosiie4.d.. ."
; .
I meritorious naval officers through prtjn- Kegs do. dd do. WJ1TCIIES, JEJVELRY,' SIL VER WARE,.RND ? GOODS ed portraits of the- celebrated lady writers of tbe, J,b ao MW aM tautai artfelr M MM ASMun tIt
lac test of a lea aJ inai SAtwe
Wee or ctpncc j and as sbuwn in the blundering 2 3 Sacks ground SaIL .S 'which the,attention of the Public is invited. Getting my Goods direct from the New York inannictnrcrs day Interspersed with a rarietr of other subject slut iU le.uliola reata aM Ie1a..fts.k4 a.r.F SPJPJpr

- oUmaiiagemeot of our foreign relatious. 10 Boxes Tobacco assorted.' I am prepared to.08"2r customers inducements,.both,as regards style and price that can. of general mterexl. The fashion plates. :are eo- pan i".uit ThCItILleII,i& ..
ilitnl Ibeftforevio remedy existing evils, and 10,000 C J:1l.. ,' ot be surpasseu in Charleston or Savannah. -_ graved on steeL after the latest Pans bshiooa, giving ibe .t renz1seet wci u..a,.Jalrw.IYIJ..ta .

prevent the disaatrona conacqueuces: otherwise re- S 6 Cckl Cuunmnign; Cider., _. S : Among.my assortment may be (bund- out and io-door costumes for the month. They S. all puaJ"die tMaUJ" ..
I snlting rd'rum'e would build the American 23 Dirt Choice Old Mannugabala Whiskey. < Butter hare been pronounced superior' to'those published f.., r..ar, ...:
\TATGHE3.'ine Fruit
Knives do.
up .
; .
1 UblEztr.i Old Bourban. i : 5 in other American The wood the A.pe i t'UJIOI ..111I ,
tbe hereinbefore ... any periodicaL en-
"}plrtT. That upon each Mato principles Council shall have author- c '1 !* 'ChoiceOld Peach Brandy.- '," 'Cold" Pate'ni Detached Levers H- ;. (-fI111j.* .tned'.'). r Kwpkin. Rings ChHdren'B* hand and Setts made Ac:to*.cvConstantlyon order-' frem crarings will of the highest finish and by.our .oL'1IUI!e.s17 ia naUJ"'C 1M psM'I.. -

jAy to mead.;hidr several CMlliL.tuLioola. to SO Bbs.! Rectitied Wb ke 5 best artiats. S ;= $ IFhZ2a4iai'a. '
> so as 4' ? pure coin, and warranted. *r o. ,aa4 Mt.o.
___ ..abolish the ncveral degree, and institute a pledge 5- -r. P. A II. Gin.-, Lapine;; The literary matter,will consist historical biographical .- -- ., .'

:f honor, instead of other obligations fur fellow.bip 5. N. E, n'un. ilrer". 'Detached Patent Levers'If..: 4 j ;, '*'- :,i"X .\ CUTLERY_ :. S and literay essays, sketches of travel. -r--t- 5- -S t
< and admission Into the party. is 1 Bbl. Uaa! '.i Wine.' ... '-S : Fromtb.e'octebrated.m.SDutadory.of George Wosteahomv fine artsv novels tale v romances.JLc. .Tbe nod S FLOIUILtT&1T1101Y. ".",
Jflth. A tree and open'ducu* ion of all political 1 Now landing audio store, and tor sale by Lapincs"j:; ?. :; ; *Son consisting of Pocket Scissor and romances of **Graham"* are. ..Di..uy'aeknowl S S KiT WLThT15E. t .
July 9. I6. : JrC. BROWN. O'itb and without untincc.) \:; Knives, to excel ia .0 Qryu: s.JI'itms das a'
embraced beauty and interest ..
principles in unr.platform. 'All from good makers'and will be warranted. *,Shears, Razors,ACe; anr wree*aata fceie.a".fJMf. .
-J S others published in America. tl..W-."
Itl( 11 CAJ1EO "'* S tag beta trootted with dvraetsai
ood.timekeepera. PANflVMflflT ;.
-Th S The editor's table 1 la made homorons sketches ...M
.' ep et wiU rUe.qjlalJ aoe.bt a
COmrOR'3 .UNITED STATESTjYPS .IlJ\"D MOSAIC JEWELRY. JEWELRY. S'S' Such as Corals;, Port Uonaies::Accordions,Per* and;anecdotes,'foreign, dooeatkv,and,,literary r IrW dn Bittcf.sad I P00*ft*8 subscriber having jut returned (rum'iew &ossip, rftv. I .a"uf.' .e .0.
FOUNDARY rpaE Consisting ornery, Lubina'lU1d other extracts ..
Fancy Soaps
rk with ; The (ricada,tad .Lw.d Lbs s.Wf.. .
a and beautiful ( 1h7
large variety of monthly current' ,
o events
Gold Guards Fob and Vest 'Papaer Macha.Jewel Cases .Rosewood Work S .summary prepared .
Chains Box ..
,:*: :itg. J2. 31. nd a.JJkfltn tlee, S ; William eL.wb.e Ia v.1. .dIac.<
.c', ..EW-YQRIC. JEWELRY.SlLyEB A.FANCY GOODS,: Chstclains Lockets Bracelets Pencils, es. Portable. Writing Desks' Reticules. Fans of by Do we.girts cnndensed,account era,I Shad.J c-.a Bi&k MdcWY..1e.clsqtwiei
; respcctfullr invites tbo poWic.-to. an examination; Crosses.Keys.Heals Diamond Rings.-IteM da; Combs Brushes,;'Thennometens Children a Toys: the principal ereota which bare taken 1\Itr.. Ii '."., I Md.. .

To Printers aiid'fuJilisktrl. of-his stocx, comprisuigAS it doc ,, some 'of the Gold Thimbles,Sleeve And Collar Buttons :' v W> Tea Bells. S 5-place. in the world during the preceding month eel_1M. uS su4 a.ci'1. :.1'
richest and most hiuuable of Cameo Mo.uie Studs Caff Pins Brooches Bar Together wilb.Tariou3 articles too to ThSremQfuevboo4,are from the pen of ASTtlTttSHING: KrrtCTSor styles Rings S
; ; pumcrous
the Rn'1'Wl'
fl'unh1eralga .beg 10 form the trade great critic.E P' .. TW.CEZTIflCATCOrbLWz.c.MAtca4Iass.
*' .
T' that bare this, .issued their'Dew Lara and Scroll Jewelry in1-great "..riet"AIIIO .- Spectacles,Eye Glasses, Plain and Set Rings: menUoo.; : ;.; i Tbe fashion article Whippl f LIB.uttu BicifMbMnceTfi; ,
they day Geoio C. ..
,a 4u&rttaSmed, and that it is.now ready for de- SilverWare and Fancy Goodssuitable' for ChildreVa Loops,Scarf Pins Ac, a N.llU...Cpcl .'Watches.and 'JeweirTt i correct and ; > Scott presents .
\ comprehensive account of the
and otherpresents ,which"iII be sold, < new- raa..Dess&uLI'
their old as well all who holiday fully repaired;.and 'warranted at theshortestuotic style* of dresses S Jackia. .
1, Ji'v'ite patrons, as patrooise GEO.FLAGG- S 'SthTEWWXREt: .S -<' f. I bonnets,mantillas; rr.'em:: .Iu wOln""
cheap fUftMb. sabectoCDypla
their""bdrl. In it"will be found' DeW : broideries and .
".".so. Comprising Dining ana Dpsfertj ''1' ererTthinffreUtu. ( bioncf 7A. 8ich. .y co-IltI. .t"-
Ju 1 .
cries 'of fkees. from' pearl tn pica, surpassing, if S Table, Dessert and.Tea'Spoons; .iQk3-S S I. ''T"R"S". 0 Asi.- interest ladies., die 1Ifal.kiau sad alt wbv isv I

I possible! ,Ibeir new series Scotch cut l-rfea. S JOSEPH.WIIJLL1 SS Sugar 'r Salt and Uustard do.t Juy.S! : .. Tbe needlework patterns fbr collars,nndersleeres, :W1dIe lallt.' 'I1tW tw1Weess .QIIIIIIIh"IIG&
:.Tbe faccy,type.departmeut exhibits; an unsorpjutsable 'Dealer in Paints Oils ,and Glass '- .f _- ,* .. caps',terthav skirts, embroideries for,bandker- IaTM t1a' T.. iad.1._ _
s.snd. .aiqi 1D1.w.u..r. _
rariety of Iwanltful selected from s'a.Y
styles chiefs .
lCo.ill UaJD street : and.reneral needlework.are noni..nma and a.. "
)'rsnceOinanyand England. t- ,. MANHOOD; ,NE\V SPRING GOODS beautifuUr d :JDecL' --' tatiiev.JLos .

I TIM scripts and bordering are now for tbe first CHARLESTON;,SOUTH CAROUNAr AND,ITS PEEHATURE DEOLIPJE. 10 4 "ABDS New:Spring Styles 'Mosie,-Thia alone,at a bookstore, would cost ,a OaTrbeakt smattIOBM f1ILIce water IaROIIh ta thaI V&IUasi I*** *"* aIt"i

time presented to tbe printing public and are the Keeps constant!r fUr ftafc a general'assortment of S 1 Jtist Published Gratis I ,U .' more than year's subscription fcr the Magazine tHe week I weal lain a drat iur tsr C9t
projections of tte\ best American European. Paints and Oils of nil'kind Varnishes 4 niceties ,Jnsljece4Tedandfor'sa5eby Tuuu "..
*, ;THK.SJOtte'' J v :-One ,copy one year. In adranee $3; Air.1 iW HIt apd ,
1_ .U'iDdow.Glaa.anoSasue"SjJiritiolTur- USAIXP: July 8,183 '.:.Jin entire Dtw series of German .faces, tx> h for peutiue;Spirit Gas, ottou Foot-Gia. 'A4ckwrd.s the Rational,Treatment' ,with- v .-of t*.club,)-Ji8; .11:copi sad'one to' taU_ls.iee..es.a14..II.
"!:&. 'job 'printing.of a .rery...superiortrie S Fixtni, Glae and iJrnshes of S . '
,4s now nearly completed and ready fur. : Tarions kinds. Julr i'58Uoonaads. #. 'Weakness, KiJCtarnal BmiUions, Genital and Serrous 'Y yesrs.5AdJt1ous Wdab at tbe same rate as ehill 11 pnptsd 7'J IM,awl be laS5d.I.-
'Tbe metal from'which the lypeismadewIlbel: Debility Impotcncy$ : tad'Inipediipento fqOll I. sent sari** *i
German Uitten superior..louD. 4 -4 ; Specimen copies: sent gratis lo th* e deafer* the uiz. Ita;stoo eased e -
Marriage generally .
the uf"iineprwa _. .
tg sererc
ad.peculiaradapted us sad wy
: ge ,preperations in, useS : 5 BY.DPE LANEY: 1L D., .ingtogttupchiib&.5 ABnARAfS ; Ite4..4W. It, ..J:
j pni iog.bvg .7 JacKsdir Louitianna United t Stales :Man: No..I04ChestnnStPbi&. .%
: line
j.TsJ to return thanks for past favors and S Aogl.1654. >,Tbe.lzuportani(act that tbe.many alaralng eom-' ., S taklac U as directed aW I : t1I'l .
Dear f\ir-I f txmdd : IS .
b*gict a continuance of the same,'. Tbeir well- Uon to for incaleulablebene&t to express my gratifies- plaluts,originating tht"f Imprndence andiolltudeotyouUr -JI1IY 'IIIE. IARLEftOX' ,Ilcport QBUST Spe..t.rrkca.- : .5byM iOaa sa wsr W.T Ii w-IN'. .
I bare 01.
domed &
yon OM
.;|cvown liberal'manner'of,doing basinea. fyr.the from ,, may; bre.y.rted'wit4t' 8Tt.j 'W- ;biiaW/br'the I A& .. n H" II
Uie.nseof' tsro battles your .GermanBitters. rlltdiclne,U In this small ckarir S SMUafl, Howard .tioa. ,aM'UCII !L.S .
i. past tbirty years, U guara,.ly t<> new patron of tnwt ;
i ., .I bare lountl them to bVall yon recommend .' .and..tbe .: .PbiWef.,:. tQa 8 Iee Tkaamaa 0 s.tjrt
'dMJr disposition' ability cot to allow tbtJ them and ; eotirelyr 'ew?*c1.bljtbJi successful THRQtiG Jt,OTU4', Q. Seminal Sue* *IU to ea e.',Me gf.will "
be r
to cbeerfally recommend themto trmtmen. or' Weakness,'fliipoien a1 :tbe Toe of : g "
,u adopted tho lAutbonl: "mi
'M1ht. -fuUr-explained tI
to be surpassed tur.lc&lr daaliog whether byr : ..c..aiM
the public Mr a uft and fn remedy,for the diseases Onaia m. MasiarbaAoa.or selWlb se, '.a4 oiber ;
letter or by means fwh.veryouis As "
S ,4w art by otherwise/ led halt by IAS .
they intended for;and superior to all preper I : S fS tt.\tTmy\ Diseases or.t.Sexual Orjrus.with aeeovot of fer MIa-
N4L.Zroirictors $ requestedlp tu cure himself i:perfectly aad at toe 4east possible ; .-.I.jet u7I"
S ,-s ocwvpapert are ations uvw:w ue.. Vary respucUiallryours: ,- I :. S 5A5 ". ."4 te errors a deceptions of Qtueks and .w iM .-.
tosert|be a.boYO threelunes,prurtdedtber trade : Coat thereby*Toidinj 4dl Adrtrtised:nosfrtww ... --, 5 J nilaaUe lom.tncreftre,ptea S,
: -IS.. OI'J$ uELMER. advice to Gx B,CalouacoasskIi -
of ) oftbedsy4- -mi; .. 1 'jt&aaanaa tbes.ictesby Do s.oss- .
out tbree time the amount Lberrsspectivj bills ;> : w.'Ths.a
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