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The Live oak
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Title: The Live oak
Uniform Title: Live oak (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 37 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John D. O'Connell
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1847
Publication Date: -1847
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 15 (Oct. 13, 1847).
Numbering Peculiarities: Not published Sept. 22-Oct. 6, 1847. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers.
General Note: "State rights and Southern interests - measures before men."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Sept. 22, 1847).
General Note: Extra editions accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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YOL. I. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, 0CTO.ER 1; 1847 NO 15
IN


STHEPRSS I PROPOSALS VALEDICTORY.
0 one thing caffo strong.er.eaderwh thili
pof of the growg pperty of a POR PUBTI$HING IN t I tientle Reader, with this litteheet
than the encoura enent which we resign the Char, d "all itsedi.
S bestowed uon THs PRESS-it F, GE N E A trial responsibilities and cares." The
Mts ePd itntt COFFEE COUlTrY, ALABAMVIA, fifteEnlthn umb andteLachSd
f ooiPlu&'ves life and 4imation to 'iCOFFEEUiVE OAK has now reached .ts -
f eV of the PAi te Met .... Ji M W *A P fifteenth number, and the LAST. We :-t
Sieit eltot e.tthe arts A W EE. L.Y A ALY E SPAP ER: lack the meansto continue the public
and scienS eralled, the O E NTIeTE ation-our expenses are mbre than
-Tawottra ed with eve our income. Our Subsc rip tfon List is
instiuon, that a li support of It small-and without ad rtiihg pat-
is the surest evide cefteiradvance- g w t
ef radvance-Alronage no Country Paper can possi L
ment; for so closely are their inter- ronage no Country Paper can possi
tests blended, that whatever improves rDEVOTED TO THE DISSEMINATION OF bly exist. True, we can live, as wo are
or injures the condition jof the one, G ENERA IN L I T LIGE NCE living; but. BREAD-AND-WATER
e.qualy inxproves or injures the condi- will tire the pAlaef anyman.
tion ofthe other." ^ ^--.-.- ^,, will tire the palate of any man.
he above paragraph w lipfr The' course of The Genevi willof all that agitates "the world Farewell! we will utter no unkid
the e pararaph wa fo mbe that ofan independent JOUR- we live in;" to the Merchant, in word, or indulgein one unkind re-
atheNewport nFla.ideratin e, thos e in NAL de;0oted to Politics, Morality, his counting-room-as the means of election, in this sheet, toward any one;
attentive consideration those into Literature, the Arts ad Sciences-to furnishing a correct account 6f the we ish all-even our bitterest ene-
whoseh s ts s t general Intelligeice, both local and business transaCtions of the outlets nies, if there are such, in this place- :
fal : foreign; giving every week synopsis and inleis of oui vast country; to the health, happiness, prosperity, andcoL-
THE RIGHT WAY T0 DO IT. of the New Orleans, New` York, and Planter,in hisbroad-expandedfields- Tentment, that can by possibility be
SThe following R Aolutin was in Liverpool, Cotton, Produce and Gro- as an unerring guide to wealth- us- imagined. Adieu!
produced by Mr. T. F. Holiday, aind cerg Markets.-and thus seek to cor- folding the progressive improvements JOHN D.O'CONNELL.
adopt ed unanimor at te Whig mend itselfto every branch of an in- in Agriculture, and pointing out the "V\. OAK.:.
adopted unanimously, at the Whig l THEteIVi hOAK
Convention lately held inOcala, a- telligent community. state of the markets in the different ,All right, title,. and .interest the
ion county, in this State Our main aim and effort, to thebest sections of the world; and to the Me- use of the materials constituting the
Resolved, That the estalishmnt of of ourkowledge"and abilities, will be chanic, in his various and valualle LIVE OAK Officehas been pre-
Resolved, That the establishment of,- sentedto usby ttp former possessor
Printing Press in this place should to make The Genean eminently toils-as an able auxiliary n the11 u n ted to u tSe forzei pos or
.ea t u also, the mSubscription and Account
matter of congratulation to our a newspaper, bringing -efore themind, development' of the Arts andiSci- Books. As we-are notable any longer
citizens generally, as it fur- not the latest trivialities, but'all the ences. to labor gratuitously, we intend turn-
Smeans of diffusing correct significant uefoldings of old Time, all But it is not our purpose by a long "g over the Printing Materials to
e ,a medium of advertising their owner ; and koping the Bo" :
me, m.furmishes facliesto the straws that Ahw the course of the- Prospectus, 4q.: profuse promises tog the Books,
men, furniahes facilities too e p e asa mimeffo of. ppo iec LIVE.
in the transaction ofthe pub- healthy, tone il .public moral senti- we pfer to6'be "J0dL by dr T ------..- ..
sg, lives information to en- ment; but white we cannot flatter works. We are a practcal Printr T TE SUB RIBRS NDA
en at a distance of theVETISING PATRONS O TE
I _of this county, and is in ourself that we -shall lead in Politics, and through ou 1dury and attn- LIVE OAK.
-of thielt county,, and is in and a LIVE OAK...
I other respects calculated to we can safely promlee that we shall tion to business, will erd*e torQ i By accepting of the gift of the use
Sthe prosperity f this part of not blindly flo --but will, as far as SERVE tat support which might othr- of .e printing materials, we do not
iWe, there ore, recommend in us lies, labor to admonish, not to wise be! denied to our limited abili c raon bP morally, hones- or
citizens of Marion and the ad- responsibly baond tus_9ert any ad-
counties, the Ocala Argus for sting; to improve not tgvwound; to ties. re p onsblybvertisemen for which sthe in y h'-
foruvertesemtntfor which trgue foY.y Is,
atronage and support. correct the errors of men,~;ta not to JON D. O NNELL. been paid; or tsendany m
he above Resolution proves that obstruct them in their career." And I pers to those who paid their subscrip-
e good people of Marion county we shall everbe most scrpulo.us not TE s: tion before the 6th of September-tg
all itee then, we will, should wuoch: (
properly appreciate the value of a to insert in oA columns anything~at THE GE VIAN ill be furnished to tscriersat ellnled t ,start our wrol seU.l -
00 per um, if paid in advance--3, if paid within three b
Press; and the course which the have may in the slightest degree be leeme moths-r, bi thi, si sx months--and, if pae be dt taie in Genev, send t sa ecoy,
adopted to sustain it, shows that they repugnant to VMorality or Religion; till th. end otthe year. regularly, to the expiration cf the pe-
are liberally pursuing the right way to or in any way offensive to the most" ~o subgcription will b, received for less period than one riod paid for; if not, we are honestly
0yiat unless paid for in advance. and morally bound to return such
evince it, sensitively-delicate mind. BIo Po4Mnasters andothe* who will acts our agenda, n to reun s
TE* TN*i...bp.sent-for FIF'E ENmDOLLAR& moneys, and will do so, so soon aswe
In fact, it will be our proud endear T C swillbspe one ime. have itin our power.
r- ySi~g, 4opies,OneDime.
THE GENEVIAN vor to make our little hebdom lalta ,,.r-----.-. r All those in arrearag, are re-
Will be published i quarto form, welcome Visiter to the Lady, in her ADVERTISEMENTS responsible to us.
(this size)'; eight pages, weekly, at 2 boudoir-as the source of instruction Will be inaette1 at ONE DOLLAR per Square, (twele ~RS
Sin advaelines, or Ie) feith first insertion; and FIFTY CENTS
00 in avance.and amusement ; the Politician, in forch repetition: The citizens of Genea will please
The time is close at hand when the his closet-as at e itome "a -nap" r very liberal discont will be made in cases of yearly read the following certificate of our
orsemi-yearly"Advertiaemeuts. emon' p.h.
NationalLegislaturewill be in session, .o semi-yer ve moral and., professional character,
and also oir State Legislature. The (from some thirty in our possession,.
or tee. wibe UBSC. NE I P given us by persons n whose estab-
proceedinp, of tbese bodies will be -SUBSCRIBERIS' NAMES. Post Oic-. No. of Copie lishmetts w we vWk as"ajOtoeamsa e
iaterestingft every man. We intend P rinter : .
to establish r correspondence at ." n O e of t-e South Caronlli~l -
Washington City, ad gontgomery; g Those Wdho miy be favorably-disposad to the estab It actor n ir6a pleasure to st. .
by which wewill be supplied with a lishtnent, ermanently, in this part of Alabama, of a decent and that the bearer of tis, Mr. John ..,
synopsis of the doings of both these respectable family paper, will, by cutting out the above and O'Conell has worked iuch n 0yr
deliberate assemblies, a the latest appending it t a leaf of letter paper, tel ~ e~ nd its ciru: g, gret satisfaover, .l :
Political and Local NeTws from .those ann markably ~teaiy,-tober", insvtriilut; tfa
places, in a fresh and pleaing form. laton' "" andhOn t mao, always kind ad
- s <. ,' "obl io that he has always bee i.
WHO WIAT A: BAiG~NI 1 ; TO THE -PRESS. .- en m emeragelys and 1t-
,' A PWnII h n ff .m s- bdthe peferenceh of 't "


:n wt f p Do we asktoo much of the Pre throqg ut thi StatAr 4 li ol
W to Ibeate hhisqif. hod4 there Albama, whn we rfuest them to announce, i, suob tman o s ot t ki
k aay town,qor visagee, inclined t t oe, the pubp of our
taro ; rtt rpurch a ?a tioj amta iU,.hould we eanable4th ita A 01
ocf.e, we believe wit iel E I na to u tbh cours at ,., a
posed of-' ,. _, _" Ed.ap &ff Br oth Catol.ia. -
toe d ofiIMT bid i a n w.k -';. and State Pri:ter.
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