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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: December 25, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Cuba the Stale of Kentucky, had been picked u p and a .law regulating! the compensation cir :I number, 3708 have been returned to the Ger aspired to the office, and to have.expected I Tbrasber 'bib
alleged I bad been for.
in a small boat at tea, by a Spanish me cleiks in ibis departnient, are recommended. cral Land Office as located; and of the loca obtained; the appointment. '
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The'ashiugton papeis a long chant schooner and were then confined i ii The disposal of the public lands embraces ted land waiiants of this class, 1950 hay e The letter in cypher in the auJoa: days In solitary! confinement} that after theI
correspondence between Com. Paiker, of the prison at this place. a active and condition been appears intercommunication nominally reintrVetJ)
very pro:l'crous cl I patented. also the divining! card its but tbcstupid
as key it
steamer Saianac, and )Ir. Webber, Secretary I wasted! o'i the Captain General, and Ii 1- aflaurs.ii Since m last annual report, there hay,e fellows even with this key; can nol I t ed was two.not hours really done,as JiQ waS' only.llow*

of State, relative to his mission to Havana.It I quired why and wherefore these men had bee. The quantity of .land sold during the last been issued and tiansinittcd to their respec- make reason or any intelligible reading out I consult with hIs each'friend:day.to see his relatifeflv J ,

will be lecollccled that Com. 1*. icccircd 'I'captured, who il lOt nutd me that they wei e fiscal 1 year was 1.846,847 49-100 acres, foi r live destinations, upwards of seventy-fivi. of its contents. The autos concluded with I advisers; -that his ignorance, Consul of the and' (legal

capuret on the high i seas, hut had confer:s- which the sum of $2,370,947 was reocel'cJ. thousand lelters patent for public land title S five specifications under the general tie

instructions from the Piesident to visit that j I they were a pail of the Lopez expcditioi 1, The quantity bold dining the first I of all desciip''fins u : and the labors of the accountants of iniidencia, (unfaithfnlness.) charge I prevented'hi.s him from producing testimony' .lou

port with the ess-el under his command, I I had been on the island tome tv\entyday;', quaiter of the present fiscal year was 473140 ,- and book-keepers have been diligently i. 1. Hostility to the government and perversion ., pointed prove by innocence the Gdvernment; that the defensor defend ap

and after confei and made their hours !1'1I l l;-lOO S601.4' The of facts tp nimi
ting w ith the Captaiu General i t"-capc thirty-six aries, producing ; prosecuted. in letters sent to American was incompetent bad notinth'e i
fore tla-y Were captured; in the boat, \\hc: hi quantity sold the The quantity of land! fo leaitirH
cf Cuba in reference to prisouets from the I dining cortespnndingqiiaiier i public proclaimed I' papers. formed himself of the merits of the case*. ':*t
belonged to a !lual't<:tl anchoied lien;LI of the last fiscal year was 26H,'7 J- maiket, since the date! of my last annual re- 2. Illicit correspondence with the piratical The President asked
"Have
U. S., to U'jiort to Goreiuinent. j thc tiairc; that was iccogniM'd i ii .4 (II; 100 acres the proceeds of which amounted port, amounts t.) 7,731,537 acres: altlthe estimated organs, Delta, Picayune and Sun. further to'add1?" .you any tbiDj.

The coircspondcnce} between this functionary i! bavins teen ton! &c. to $3!,S7G OG;; thus showing a considerable ." qiianl.ly Available for market duriiij 3. Frauds on tha Post-office, by getting A. Nothing. ,.
to reiterate
ant! the commodoic is of the mo-t courteous f In the! course of conversation the Captai n increase in the sales of the-Je-!ent over, I the cOillin ) rar, will not be less than 12,000,- letters direct from steamers. test the,whole except myTproj.:

character. The latter Gtfiicial said he would I be compelled to tri y llio-e of the lit li'-cal year. j 000( acres. 4. Sending the so called declaration of in. The against President showed proceeding.much vexation\ and

u-que-ted rcr- i tlic--e men muler! (the 1.ner.1' 'law of nation s. :IIggestioiu with re-ect[ io the iiineral I! Kvery precaution has been clopted, h,. dependence to New Orleans. ordered him to be removed which ,

mission, in company with the three oiKeer-! I for piracy, but Iheyoul,1 be dealt witi Ii lands l' Cahfoinin cxpie.-.s tile opinion that, official i icgulaton; and cyMrm to ,let"ctn I 5. Having; two letters in cypher, such as escorted by soldiers. The,defen.ct was done tbttt

under hi; command (his i'cr&enal! staff)-to i as leniently as possible! and under no cii-- the wisest policy id not to interfere With the arrest any attempts to i-nj-o.-e jOn the offici ued by the pirates. asked if he had anything further to' was! He!

visit the }prisoners who called themselves cum.-lances would their lives be endangered I. present practice. fraudulent a-signmenUs i of warrants under the The fiscal then asked of the court a sentence answered "Nothing," and the say .

cizcus of the l'. S. with a view of making I have reason to hope the e men wil b e The icpoit on the general state of Indian Mexican bounty land act of February 11 p of eight years' imprisonment at hard ed to meet again yesterday the Court 15th.adjourn j Th *,

icleased. There are now here pri;- affairs is in some respects quite interesting. 1817, the warrants in that class having been I labor, and prohibition to return to this Is- prisoner informed (
a faithful repoit to the (;ovtrIrneit. Thircquot oners, ihiilecn of whom are in the ho.-pita:I, [It states that the ogress of civilization i'uin held to be -.gaable.! Mea ure* have been L land or Porto Rico.Thiedefensor sentence was was not officially, that'his
recorded
and sent for the
t, the Captain General declined as ] but not dangerously! sick.I many in.-tanrcs apparent, and that the I adopted to secure accuiacy and neatness in, was now called upon to defend of the Assessor'and up approval -.I'
U.eCaptaiQGe
it was contrary to the oidej? iinpo-vd upon | I Iha\'c; the honor to bo, rcpcctfaJr. you r tribes in XeYork, and the country west I the engrossing of all patents l"d subjecting. his client, which he did in the terms of era!, artd is "eight' years at hard laborni;;|1 *
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I obedient eivaiit of Aikan I under | them to a test, by caieful examinaj .: which! the following is from the of *'
him. He also slated his u.tentioa cf | : i I arc living governments proper a l memory Spain: and moreover informed; uYoa Wilt'

in the jovcrniEcnt Tnzctte punishing j J'\'\!!Iu\. l\IIEI: : e-tabi-hed! by them-elve i'j I !tion! of a Boaid; and! tl.e biuincsH generally,.I one well versed in the language, a verbatim probably be sent to the quicksilver mine, ;1

an account -i (Coinmandin: I ilono Squadion.i I I If Tieaties have been efFected in various i I'in, multifarious details, i is tati.-factonly 'lanslation. After enumerating his grade, If this case be allowed to pass over.in'ir-?!

of their names and birthplaces.Ye i I lion.: 1 IhMi.i.) WLB-IUS, Secretary o j ,[ q'aii!:: 'i- by which tile Indian title has been j I progiessing.hiomc tithes and decorations! he said! : hence, evcry American in the island, but especially .

give below two letter.:fiom commo- 1: Stale! \Va-hmton; I P. C. extinguished' and large tracts of country I idea may Le: formed of the official Mr. President-My client is accused of such as have been unfortunate;

.Icc I'. to )1r. \\'erler! : I I have thus come into the indij utc-l l1oses- ; operations of the tancial Lund Office, from riit ng the steamers, and he confesses that enough to make Spanish enemies, must leave'

.\nu11..I 1C< I'i1 of the SU'l"U') <,f the : MOII of the government. The ippoit re- 1! the fetatement in the report, that the archives he did ; but I can see no crime in his going the island with, all speed, and at whatever

t.rETi :r\!:" Ft.\c MU;> ...1.Il \,.\, Intel I o I. j viewthe cucum-tancc.s attending Indian j of .he oiiice! consist of seven ihou.-aml three on board of steamer from his own country, sacrifice of he be
( property to'.
havana
:t-i-t ember 12: I IVil. This document, which i is more cvten"ivi i '"-piedation-) and shows the caUf'e of them, j hundred and eighly-lluec folio l manuscript as he says, to see his friends and otbers.Iy .- submit to. Even this communication may compelled, tracenf
Sis : !Mif; my dej)icli of tie! (Gth infl.liotfiii' vol tithes I fiat' about .!hi lion hundred! I : client is also accused of this
t I than the mo":a.sre, is before u-, and we 1'1' e-I I ficquently migrating! in the spicaJ of I ; )IleJ two hostility to to me, or even if one should assert I'
of ...>te i.aoccurred.. The Captain i I sent a synoptical sketch of its mobt impoi. I our settlements! by which the Indians have | and Wl'lIt-OIiC tholl .lnlll'.ltellt", of difierent government, anl I of visiting the pirates while had written and sent any it for publication, might,

{<(n td :.i.iom': : ire: that ail the Mimvoi) "of taut de-tail- I It pens wilh a general out. |! !been iniceJ into! the occupancy of land sterL : I Ihl! !', all I duly i iccoiJed, have been issued; they were in piiso.i. I do not think this send me to meet Thrasher in Almadere. '

the late J.uiug f.-u'e have been captuied.One line of duties of the olfice, which ind.c.ilc; ani dest.lute of -ither coin or game. and that, as a'pielimnary! to the }piepaialion I pioves him an accomplice in their infamous This case frcm first to last has been 'carried .,
hUIJred 1 thirty-lire of the pr-i j This of these the txaminition i about designs! for be was then free and if he !
al pietty laice field cf supeivi.-ion' and accountaliihitv. i engendcis vindictive feelings, and the patents, (> on in direct and flagrant violation of all
(>>neis 'dct( 1 Ii.k! "th foi pain in a Spanish ,! j woist ons-equencc.s eii<-ue. Some excellent i; two million n.ne; hundre! and fifteen thou-and i cho.e, could have joined them ; but be did Spanish law. The Codigo de Comerc o/ -

l COl\'oyc.lly! I a >!oop of war and I The climate of ropiiatinns] ; to tie! end!:j i(I 5UiC'tIOI1S are made as to the best mode ofdeahag :, live hundred! t.tle; japers was necessary, all not do -o, but kept quiet at home, and did tide 19, says all foreigners, even not dom;

Mcaiccr. { 'It ,: uventy-live weie : of the i1.-cal \ ear, 1333, i ias follows : j I, with them, so as to induce dome-tic of which 301 e on j file. not take arms in his hands. I therefore ask ciliated, may employ themselves in trade i 1.

2 f m the lio-.pita'', and about K\tcen: are i! 1S52. 1S53. j I habits I and civiii/ation.i ..I of this court to commute his sentence to accordance with rules laid down in treaties.-
in p:'1011. as thcie was nut room for The perpetual banishment from this island where and when
.ti I subject of Judicial i iz dis- such rules laid
| expenses :Ir. Tlira-licr. are not down shall-
I )Apartment 2S.2JO) (00 35.827) I ,
in the traiifpoit.Tttod.iv : ( pioper : cns-cil w.th a zo.'l acticalllurpl.- The all his dearest ties are. I have nothing fur enjoy all the immunities
.-> lieu, .u: the !-iiliiir.): ('f tIre prisoner Land-eivice X3: <";.15: )11<, 1,281,010-17 f i iuegulaiily of puctico Il and the inequality"! j I The N. O. l'c:1\: line recently gave an ther to siy. enjoy privilegesanil i in the where the which'panlarTs foreigner ;'
Indian affans; 2.111.472 I 'M; 1.343.276 :3C ;I country -
i wamuniit.!. byMr.Ti.iahvi.auAmerican Pension ; of ISMS an.-.ng: from dlj.'J'ent con.-tniuions .,: authentic account of Mr. Tina-hei's! trial at The Pie.sident, Brigadier Vargas then or- comes from. Article 22, of the Bando'
ollice 2U21.72t t 31 1..3GC,040i! I(f(
gentleman: 1"hJi( in Havana. IViiMis > 130.000 Of,I of the samp piovisions, i is brought to the attention :.,: Havana. J low will be found some ex- deied the prisoner to be brought into court. i de Buen Gubiernb Sl1.'S: "'
that a cciiccuzI! : i.aJ )been ntiJe to j'iuvuie -- c.f Cunmc-s and of lie! was !biought up under a guard of sol '''N J.
1;. S. Court ;; a system uniformity which 0 foreigner shall residemore than three
.747 no 171.05300; (( tract, show the unfairness and 1 illci -
comfortfot tII.I. '1,1 the I'a""ag ; to Spain ': 1I1. lJ.11,1 further it p, I diers. Alter ai.su eiimr the usual questions months in
is suggested tbe island
: without
Public flu : 4 S 1.27j on' -I)116.50171 I 1 taking out a
and he %viheit ju-i.ri: i - I I Lunatics ( newegulatons
Pauper 10,00000( ( i ( I 10.0-30 00: ,
the 1-aik. i waited OI the Captainlateral. : AgriculturalMalitics; of the I Dcpaiii.ient of justice, :ia.l hi- duly be shadow of it:t'-i-ony to condemn! him, ar.dindted i of nnliviSij. the President asked : : : says the domiciliatory letter i.
( uas> icai.l! :y gtauted the deuredIerIniion. ; to seal amid Couim.t! all commissloio for I Are you doi.'iicilialeJ f [Naturalized.] hat; which '
: ( i ', authorizes
: : 3.300. 00 5.. >00 Os(I' go lilt re no C :! ;j.atcnr ap- Ans. Vts.Ojie.s. foreign subjects to reside

Pewterlial.f the juJie-, mai.-hai--a.d; -atloiney-, and to evcrci.e pealed. Tip con v ictio! :, l tn le in defiance more than three months, employing"themselves
The .ij-pc-
bri''ie th Were
ereti'rg: < ; i -MSa.lo.l: 1requeue. I the and coi.tit.-l you doimciliated from choice, in
.t! our(Vn',i1. .Mr.I O\VCP' to vi-.t. \Ic\H.VU; of BuundarvPurvey Columbia 1 J l.Oftuoj( y,21oX I 1 ( ( ova ail l ace Mipeiv.-oiy'itn.t-; coiincctcd appellate! with llio ext of ail ]law ai'il! eo;'.:!'':! jli-ticc. The I!I or coMjieilel by theauthoi.ties: 1 I i !industry. Article commerce 32, prescribes or any otner a fine useful.I of.

rem: (!f bdl.. 1":IJItdo: -vrc 'hem my- call "lOO.fioOoO pen-e- of tlu ju.l!c:aiy. \\ Ii.cll j is now t:cr- Albany Reg;(- U1uly 1! u-n! li.: tb.it the Prcidcnt A. 1 ilo not remember. from fitly to one thousand dollars for delinquency
tlt) i.e d. ] -.s-h! !11a at ti.c pii-ou; and !K' ) 200.000 Oil t ci-el I this (l. Is your head disordered affecting this
: by ih-jTiiimci.! j amiliury oiiia-r. !i-:!!l'll.im'ith! an your m matter. The letters of domicile -
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| itaf. and foiuJ tlwu cLc:,*ifal. cltaiJj" ciad.: J>'>me remaiks cf j ni: > gr-neral interest are :irei.oiy .\ expressly state that the letter is for
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insolent good
To'.iK Ji.miiKs.
and lie .hai':1 $7,I 33,02.I7) :1.i;; 3.3'2S OJ! brutality v.otthycf a I A. It -
-a.. ; : ;iipoi nieJical aiteiiJctwc. 'maJe ill i tltt.on: to Public Uuil Imgs I the : is not. five years, and that at the expiration of that;
i illy !. The ipp':i slates; that the flijli..'rer.ce in thc. iinjiiovciia-i-!;S an.! lI.no\ltioa J'J! eof, an.l ; Fiom: that 11Ij.cr'e copy the following : I (H. Were you inch: -t.J when you became term the foreigner must become naturalized:

nj.s-ion; i 1e.-was known several t'ayprevious t'\o columns. or::tcaJ1 \\'Illl.c sell from the following telegraphic doimciliated \ '. or leave the island.In .

to (;flr i.vat, and I have Ica"o:.. ice; which has prexa.J; for f-ori.e yearpat -1 ily! Pu!JgI e:.. ;ig.: : ; dt-patch, that :i1. Tl1ra-her will "\ Not to my recollection. September of last year, the government

lor behe\ ing ti.it il. coui e inti-nde] to I fv. I cf U'ducing: the ('-.mutes at t.e: com-, The cei..suifciuin: -, lint having been ail probably! bi reprieved by tiu Cap (Janeial (l I>ui not your !letter of domiciliation refused to allow Thrasher_ edit a ,
paper
jiiir-iuxl, liy tl.c ."III.il} ienf-'al ;in relation trteiicomeiit I.f the Ft..:::on h.othe! ii'no'jnt received 1, no rl'pOI t cla d Le maJc. Arra.iginiento ; ,- (it 'q' !.a. We ale mcLaed: to cied.t: this; 1,1teUigcnce. give you all thc privileges of a born subject J because be owed no allegiance to the

t i was decided on before my aj uval.; actually! i.ece.-sarv., with! the view c! after- ale: in 'u ou irvs iou the publication of ; \V> do not !believe the authorities .\. I supposed it would, but soon.found Queen, in direct violation 'the Codigo de-:

I nejjlccu-d to -:ate, in tny loiter v tJl waids aj'plyins foradditiohaluj'propiiatians! the details! in tl.e mn-t pei.-p.cuous; and accurate i ;of Ctib-i.; : iiuicral: thec.icum-lance.sand! I :my en or. Any bpamaid: could edit a paper, Commercio. In September of this year;

jth, that at our fit 't interview the Cjipu.n ill what .-. called a (tIcellcIJiII.; ; manner. The letun.i Maryland convinced a.- they mu-,1 be of the unfarn.--s; v.lucli I was not allowed to do. they again infringed the same law, and.probably -* .

General MaicJ d.'st.r.ctly; :: be could: i..it ..MPIii. The le-.due (.f the It'i.ort; cr>n--t-;: of detailed Lave been seli-clcd[ for IHJllicatio! ;. !both witha of tiu ti.al, ; ;inl I the! rather t'ckli-h' position i (i. (,J you Lot afterwards write for the upon the sama grounds, alth ugh.'

l16 coire-pi'i.tie;<. with me :m rclat: ;on tote : explanation-; each da-s! of the cti- a \'; cf enalli.ig Cures: to form a ju4estimate .,tile alltr!; pliers; thu.n in with! lefeience to paper ? none were given. .

prij-oiiei- a" I.e ,v\a- diiectcJ by tlHgo'ermCl.t K.alc-i: in the outer in which; tl.tytand, flora of the character n of the vvoik. and : government, will venta.eto put the -en- I A. I diJ not say any thing about writing They now claim him as a Spanish sub*

not lo ild n, ud; that diplojnatic which we gather the subjoined iiifoimatiun : a- a -peoimen i f style: in which it oiuht to : ter.ct' into execution. I for the paper. I sani! I was not allowed to ject and try him by a court martial in time*

powers ,crt vc-ltd alone in the J l"U- '! In the! '-iirpartment i-iojei"" dit'erenc! ot be pu l1Ji; >-4eJ.! It i is alao! designed! ], if ap- \ ,\ :.:>T.N. Nov. 23.-Tl.ebrgnulnarehaj ; ; edit one. of peace and quiet, in direct violation of '

i-li JJaiicit-r al Wa-i.- iglon.I of 7-377 5') ic-ul s from the fact that at the provcil, as -jK-c.ii.en: fur the contract in aiiivci at this! : port hum I Havana: with (t. \"hJ.tu your business previously 1 treaty stipulations and of their own, laws.

cannot inax'in( wy' Jc Captain: General ('xl'ration: (j} the last fiscal year nnexpi-'iuled iei.it. xi: to I japei', lit,izitLmg; and geneial style! lak-s! to the23:! :.. Me! Irpotis that! (; .\ I was agent for a commercial: house. He is condemned under proceedings, every;t

rcfn.-etl penult; me to .sic the! p-oiit'-: i > balances of former appiopnatiGns iciuained.li.ch of execiil.oii.; ; Conrha, the C.ij i.iaa: ( ;Jeiieutl of Cuba, en'j'I (l.1Il Jo YOU mean by that ? step of which is illegal. They now* de *

as Commander I'iat. oui Co:>u!, and MLVOjal \\ : biOH-ilit the ttimatiof the! jue cnt i In c'III1ectiolIh! : the Patent O.! e, the indicated: h'- intent.on: : of pinioning! I ". An agent to buy and sell for my princii.als. mand allegiance from him who but a year "

other .om. itl'. J.tJ 'ln.cn allowed! to Jo ; ear below their li'fritimate amount. 1 Secic'ary lefers to thu Londou I nil-trial ; Tluashtiri' a few .1's-ginll'I .1i I ; 2') ago was a foreign subject.: .

f-o. unle-:!it \a- to vo.da: conc."]*oidcnce In the''andeiv.ce" ai exec1- appearsin Exhibition: t.) \1 r. Charles! F. Stan-buix, I days 1 to -ettls, his aiiaii.aid: then l-j I leave I i' (I. How long were you their agent ? In short, every step has been an infrac-

is relation to them.I the c-tn.iate of IS33, call-C'! b iy the unexpectedly whom! Le SCOt thither a; an agcnl: and: to i itho the IJant.! This has ca.ieicat: jejoicinrasrong ;! A. About t.1.'.' years. tion of law, treaty and previous decisions.

enclose a copy (,j wy not! a.kil* an laiue; am-isnit icqnuc-d fir 4ur- valuable! : mini I intere-tin; document: : the American :ic: .''.on--;
intfiv'ew; with tJ,{ ( 'aja.n! : Gciivial; !, with: vtxm Cal.iun.ia: : w.'i.cb.i : tUjieta; ..i '.';.th the which: that goiitlcinaii: has piepaied i.i paiuar.te 'Tli;-nicum-t:nice--'it: :\Ir i 'rlra&h'r"! <, ar- .\. I !boiuM: the Kaio Industrial and employed supineness of our Government will be

his reply! l.y which \ OU \t ill JH ICl.\'c he del cjcllcic, ill the c-liimue for the pie*
Jcciincd: receiving me aa cum'n..,iuuer )ear. 5weILs! the amou.'it: beyond' the sum The Secretary iteiatts his recommeinlation -' taken irto custody! on hui.liiig! at I Havana: oidercil to cease to act a: it- editor. guidance in similar cases.

on the ground thai i i.e haJ hOt been a-Jvi-c-d properly chargeable! to the Depa'tircnt.I.eaviii .- of last year in lejraid to the establish-1 I fiom: New (Oilcanin! October" last but nothing
bJ JJo gcvejjiiuji. m co'uiiin j thai! ; these cut., the! amount piopeilychtu i i moiit of an Agi.cultural: Bureau, and! oiluia iI j was pioved upon him. The roport of A. I do not.U. Kosnth.Most .
capaci'v.: ) i eaMe! to the next f::cal year will be number of for his i the P.cavnne pioceeJs as follows! : How can that be ?
a lea -OIlS opinion.Tllc
The hoiorJjc: : S, '-:.tan' of i,2! Navy --822.02; 17. I 1 sketch of the [His ot/ice was seaiched, all his papers A. ISecao-e [ have not heard them, nor of our readers are aware that resolutions ..
Si-cretaiy give-i a opcratiins .
Fay, in h.. il!-tn.l" ";.< tunQ' cf lLo C2J In the! matter of -Indian: ; AlFiir-M a dif: ; : of t'.c! .x'can: Boundary CfJmuii -ei/c-1!, a-ti'-'o' a letter !ym:r on his desk with: been allowe I to see the autos. have been introduced in the-Senate,.-

ullinoVitl tL> you wiil; be put i: ;' terence about oe: mJi.oi: ;: of duikus i.s r.iLireJ .> I and cf the final of th-j i; the seal uiJ'ioken, xvh'ch: pinvfJ to le the! lllot your delensorsee you ? welcoming Louis Kossuth to the Capital and'
: poswonc 'HI, tetciminat.on: .
: i ia iuctoi:: .-. horn the llr;:. at.icnt i itii to e-fmaU-s: for deficiencies, included! Jilt: 'll l poil.t. 1 l'lkr1"1.1: New Oreailhe! : tliiei of police I A. I Lave -oen him twice for about ten the country. This body have hesitated in'

Slate p.j'ojiitUir! you a -jjeciu; Ct.j:. in tho-e of the pi--eiit: f-;cal year; ud 1 theapjiHtju.atioa I I The N-ciftary inv.tes: particular atter.i"in; .I handed him thec.lt'r/ a'I'J I i hi:! !/I' Hiiiiutos eaiJi lime their adoption of such resolutions and we are*

Juncr lo CbMJUV.tu.te.: -te.I on tseobject! ti.ceia : :; tl u.icvpended !balances! : lo the to the ii.teipst4'' (.f the I I-tnct): of Columbia, ixxboc i ('l en It and even in--ltd:: IIpO:1 !his I "I!,ih- nciIhinsher's : -. !I J.-.aiic: tlem.1, of excited i wiotc III item your tifclaiation 1 Excellency, is not pleased with the move"
nicirioned tt.thtiu; <; i Captain :" the next. I ented u"i'icioiln'l'l pobaily
'I'CI.O'ud he ; J Jtu
c.ti/r"
ii- say.beiiijr i >ie->
llcItl In the! uniei I bv tie A. I li-av/Xkliat; t wrote myself, but was ment. It is not the time now for Congress <-'
CV "C'II.lb" further t'ie! and oil or u.
01 L Aituc.iiL'h the iJe- department a sum :i by anxietyJioxvn.
({ ; li.e co.lI1e.! ol the ratillB\I: t obliged to i '
of btatt. of 5130.000 ; d. ,i I the and Iciu"l'it nnle-s not allowed to -ce any other part. to consider the question whether the Hungarian -"
paitment i. its i1:-11 uitionto me., !- I{(l 11 I I U'i'l I of name u luopm it upon
i ely (:1Ille:i jti-lcii; magnanimity
i j The President: here oideied the charges to revolution was of that character that'
-=ajutthiiig about a 'jiccial comnh'--ji.ci., The cxr(--> ill the e-'imates: under the' ( I the pOii.bihty of tl.e chief of police. I
I
-uch "f
J h-g'slat.un! as .ire n-quiic.i i iI ij
I caucluded it waom: ii.tidxx-rleiKf: and head of 'Tnitel 1 Stati-., C-mits" for the next : The : sathe may beciotaiy. Tins I!.ter.I 0:1 1.cing (r''I.l'tl. proved I to be ] he read h) him. Thc Court also called for permits them to give such welcome,but to regard ;f
Wa-hmgntnn !
I city I the of those! of the tbe wishes of the From Maine1
therefore li-cal cau-t-J In the demand jlr Cal-! combii.at.oii of t: and words imitating naJu.jj parts prisoner'sdcAa'.iohs people.
ifonne. the; Captain fiiueia; !, inlay yi-ar, ( : has the uuiuui ill- I a ; iiguios
I I''culmr; cuimon I
] Pacific '
i : before cited. to the comes the of greeting from
not ifuin.a, Xe'.\' Mexico and L'lah.Tbc letter HI pl.t-r.; Among: : sonic Iouepaj cry
at (, : a cj
t.t h.Ct appmttJ .ie by j :| cence (Ii l' jlless. It owe.its cxi.-tence 10 I I illusion LIJ the 1'I'eidmt-\.re these a nation, and shall their wishes disregard-'"*
the 1'ieMtJtnt; tif t d il.mnintiMi, : (.f in ; eis was found a cart! with lignics nn.ing- your
e lit( tat appatcnt !1 the e-Iabii-hment of the seat of the l-'edeial .'
<: opinions. A. They ed] If be representation of the
Lave the f-t.H.ate loi the J the! i-d like a devining caul, for telling! the i are. Congress a
sought in vain for an Amu: i scan Pciutun'.iaiy of I I'i1uict. ': 1 CJoveiniiieiil l.eie. It was planned with icJ age; "
i who had been : :. for 1S.)3, is attubulfd to the a.ed of which he had anangcd to purpose you ,
ctzCJ a eye witnt-- i me mcn fuciire to the of Government, and any peison. ,
"
:
I puipnsei i Aruencan .steamer- ? joined letter shows the feelings of the Hun.
The I
fiienJ. arr.tand
thechtldien of
cx.cutiut of the |I': "unei-s aa the Hit:. 1t, ji:(;ducUv-iifs-- the iiiatitution: aii-siiig fiom ; not Jor the ctmvcnience (It its permanent inhabitaiit amuse a the j jKJtli i A. To see if any filends had come-in garian Governor in reference to the course*
A itb.ticr i euuieut.l -c zllre of l his paperlook place on
rualla
great many cojifi cuf h'jiu.is. aio iu cuculalion : -. The 1 ( cvteiiNivc scale Oil which J'1 them ai.d
h4 dilieieuce! of October! the 'Ih: or 20ti! he was : beg such papers as the clerk mightgin' they have pursued. -
: as npaidiLe: Uudatiol oi the1! : tu the e'-timates tclatim In ; avenues and-titets and public groundswtit : on {

lodie afti-rJtalh. I the Alex.can J ISouiniaiy: Suivi-y i i1meiel> an : laid <,lit. and the jowei> iciervtd over put, I into -olitaiy!i : con hinenent. and .=o : 'i, Q. me.i Did ssn.1 the declaration of indejieiidencu NEW YORK, Dec...

The Cuptan: Ut-.i1; ; ] .t](p ]1'Hm,1; tilt1 tliciii Iron l'olrII'\'Ily: I : to Le piinted in the American pa- The Irving House has been constantly-:'
the of !hr, li-cai *1S'" and leaving period some made: the attempt con-:
iiatm-- ; i j. -micishouM' ; jjii-! year alllolllJtjl'6 to ,000, I ii.icndol that they!: should be improved; and! j pei-on J thronged to day with parties anxious to ob*

li:LvJ in the O'f./ wij| the piicfs i, only '1 ;li.i'!) piopeily thai; eablc! to i, ioiiu'.I! bv lilt I ;eI: 'I.d (loveiiiincnt. It be-1 mumcate wall him of by onding It'a a paper detected concealcd | peis A. I did! not. The first I knew of it was tain interview with Kossutb,among whom*

<*f the iotHii'i afi.c-. f il:::1, tile Slate tf, the next i! m. the re-iileiu1"; tJI 1U..'-t of the .Xl'C'ltIV' j in a toll biead. ; l. seeing: in the papeiacre the assertion made, were large number -committees, many of""
but
which 01tile bti-ii'i-: of the -Pen-inn OUire" Ins I.t.t her and! brother were r.rre-U'l. le- .
tiitb.Mii.j: *
t.; &c. alai a-ctJtild; !be acerta.ned. *- J : ollicein! diiiiiig i ti.u.i: tt-im: of scu vice, allIolthc t and iiimni'';>.tfi deii.fd lie truth of it. them self-constituted. ,
taken )
.
: I'I.s >/i< nut !been dune \e-ter- ;, the riuist iiilcii-,tiiiK stateiiaiilicfcr to liieclaims | membeis of tIll two I Houses of the Lej I j lease I as -oon a- their ilqio-it.oi; ;friends were here- when I under land law ol I 2'lh the .alle: matter. I H-I: ,
day le poll, but I hope to get it sn tbc bounty givlatuie \\ hie! they are in session, and also upon I other per-on ? ceived several committees but declined _ta*
tiu.e: fur the > -aj'r uJ the 17th, by which I I .Seiil.! 18jo.nce: the jia'-s.ige' of that !lathe -.% of tlc lepie.-enlatives Vl'S of foreign governments from this great stir r, fe.uod another J pot! and On A. I do not know. I am only acquainted make any engagement at present.

this so. 1 WHmioimed Col.: numbei of &ppl.!:(aiits ha; reached J.50O0 ,- hbould feel that he might be mpronu.-ed by it. *
WJI by ilaynes ; near our own, we al'\- convened to personally with on ? editor in New Orleans, Mr. Fillmore, the son and private seereta
(one the releJ--er.s) that a collect '! () on the 1-t ol Nov., 1X31.I'.y tiiolic dcsne to add to its comfoil-s and attIiictiOui the 12th, a court martial was commenced I ;1r. Kennedy, (or a similar name.) ry of the President, was intrOduced. to Koasuih -*

:nu:1cr'ral fjivinjr bmhplace.! res-deucCj, &c., i gical: hjfjil.cat.oii; ; and pei-eveiancc. and to lender it worthy of the I .sentence him. The proceedings with (l. D'd you not fear being called to answer this afternoon, and remarked'that the
had heard reading
Cf iu\u< i fuice. ( f th.s isuaibci 7(5,000 had! been fc\imieil: founder and of its relation to after the court ma-s
!15 wan tak"ii and i < name of its !! this charge President would be pleased welcome him
placid in the handof LOJt7 It is ; ;.OIIlj cat lied 11,10 waiiani2.000; have I our gu-at I Ki'public.'Jle I the auto- The.-e arc all the papers relating.f A. 1 did nst fear accusation for what Iwas at tbe feat of GovernmentjTie also expressed'1a
Im'a- written (
Lily now the the i been ejected (Mi-piMidcd lor finlliei u u con- .- therefore he cannot f to the case, and the depositions was !
u po''' ) ClJJa'l! ; uictaiays: t itnc. the not guilty of, upon the simple assertion desire to know when it hisuntent&oa
and such -'cs as pro-
i w
General or eome of tile authorities at Ha- -.dc-iation. The mi'iibei <>f w.uiaritnow I he-itali- uire the adoption of a plan foisiipplj.ng r the piifoncr examine. The of my encm't- to visit Washington. Kossuth replied that--

raua. J i--ued daily exceed100.. I It ii .allid lo : tl.e city with pure xv.Uer! ieconimmied : .sccutiiig allot ney chooses to of (t.> Was that letter: in cypher written to his movements were uncertain, and -that'it-

I have bci'npulio! f.neat incouveu.ei.cf: '. !have been the i invuuablc! ; i lueof! the ollicetu i It> :!ie War I Depaitment some time depositions ate in the loun questions by you ? was somewhat doubtful whether would-,

awl( perhaps gained le& mformat.d'i; in ie- act on the cai-es in hue older of their! piecntation. since under a ic-olul t,on of COII l'el-. the fiscal, and the ansxxeis by the prisoner how A. I know nothing about it except thatit go to Washington at all. The action'of the -

gard lo what i is pa" .mg 'here than 1 other- -, I.'i all ca-oe-i in which complaintha The becielaiy concludes! by lencwing the or wltne,'. It can readily be imagined inimical ils- was found unopened in my room after my Senate had made his position far front agrtt'-i":

wipe should! from hoi !having an ititcrprelvr. been made of a depaituie from this) i lull', iccoiumendatioii of his picdecessor for the the truth can! be distorted by ai: arrest.Q. able and the future action of that bodymust-

None of the ofllceiu of the} "$ hax'c to m : of holicilor.Kil cal, and how diacult: it is for a prisoner to his future action
:Ut.1C"1l'tak they jnovtd Originate -jiension cicalion (Jf the office allowed'! to seethe Is your room always open ? govern .
he is
write defend hm-elf! is never
or Sj.anihli. and the for defect of ..---- Kossuth has. declared his deter.:-
inlepi<:iei s to 1 e ; some informal'ly. -- -- infer it. natuiefrum A. Always during the day time. frequently :
and ; .
oLtalcd in the city are not in all Case, to The foll<;wiig! sujjjjeislions of aincnJmeiit.-> ><.it of the (.ouuua..IOI'l" of the GtI1C- evidence, can asked only of him. I If a prisoner Q. Did you think in all these things you mination to return direct to England if the
be relied on. modifications! of existing lawale made : ril I.a ml2iff.. ; the questions have done right ? resolution before the-' nate ia not adopted v-

My opinion i ih, that the Cicoks: are not m /'//.../. That the benefits of the pension The annual! report' of the I Ion. J. Butter- refuses to answer! any question him, and, it has IS A. I have done nothing wrong. that should it be rejected h* wilIcondertb *
a situation to throw (, tin) jf the General Land Office I pie.sumjitive evidence against ironical shut in his face and immediately ntiit \
Commi'-sioner door
I ; :1'ulll yoke.eveu !laws be confined to t those who lendeied the field. this The President here addressed some -
if A I before digression : *"
they wished much wcig'nt. > MIU;
foice coming to tins it,i niand and tl.U0 invadii.K aid; mihtaiy seiv.ces; and lo the widows and ,pie.sents a vl'ryHillu e and of this interesting important ihe autos were lead ; but in the wholeof and very pueiile remarks to the Court Since the above was received! we fipd th -
can the \aiious
vieol opeiations this effect
to
eipcct cbildien of such dead. saying :
niiiiui as are of sealed! there was in the Senate has beenf
from them. resolution
but about a ream paper Seward's .
bianch of the government, as many "lie it child's play and
beladopted thought mere very
I SLCIHK That c-lficienl piovisions hiiJcomiiiittcd
Tile Captain Geneial and all the officers to event moie fraud under the vanoui, of the facts and Mali-lies which it sets forth not a shadow of proof that uttered the prisoner opinion : easy to revolutionize the island! and reformits passed by a vote of 33 to 6, and8I1bseq l' J

with wlnm 1 ha\e had inteicouicc have I PCIIMOII' laws pi and mOle especially! uudeitbnss have already! been given, in a condensed form, any his act, or inimical even to the any( ovcrn- lawseasier: than to edit a paper, or togo ly passed in the House by a large mai t4.
been and j I before aireat i .
polite the
couiteous. and ICl'Ol't.of .
where the laws were '
lelaliiig to invalid ill the Piemdenf mes: age, to another country .

The neu.-paj'ei.i t'wwai.ded to the Depart- Ojt of the 231!: application* for invalidt the Secrelal v of the Inteiior, we must conhlleollr.d ment.Much iiJ1l'ol lance was attached to the two ;ouJ. It'a not wrong to invade our TUB Locoroco TARIFF, MIN,- 'Tfie Pwtv' *

meat wtic handed lie by lespeclabie Amer pensions. fiom two of the \\cotCI'll Slate, "cs lo'the following extracts: raplisin Ills O\\'Il declaration: homes and cut our throats. He thought he land Adgorfiscr in noticing' the course,, '"
ican relteut. of Cuba, and may contain I The locations: by military bounty I land war- following p.ua; thought, he could do ail this and yet escape per
!
lalagtIhs found be the
on to
: investigation, only (1'cle behev'c bound to obey
"1 ; :all (oucigneis LI e Locofocos ": '
July sued by-'Southern: ,
commencing
I he is saysr
fiscal because a foreigner.
IJle
: the rants dining i year punishment,
Ju\oot: residue welt fiaudulenl.Tlmd. "I do not think that entertaining! an
Air. Van Vechten, the who I an area of 2,151,817 acres, laws. To the piisoner : manage ft with :Pennsylvania ,Democrat
jottii"; mal That waiiants for bounty lauud.I .-, Isl, 1S30, cover icfoim of the abusesof
was icleascd at the solicitation of Comiiidud-' under Le making an aggiegale of cash sales and locations opinion favorable to a "1 Live you anj thing further to say before just as the man did-with the dog.. HoUmrr
er 1'lattvas board I the act of 28th .September, 1850, that period, of a vicious and COt rlll't administiation can to sentence. craclcer-,- be sap-'ta the dog,'Stand ap."1
on the. the Court upoa up
put Reamer by wairant-, dining : proceeds pass
ma< e a si ualle.! Mot of the holdeis ol the -
: against goveinment. "
"Winfield be calk cotisj: inry The stood ; Speak!! The
$ which al minimum dog
a dog spoxt.v
cou on tlc 8th inst., bound to these in, .1 '30J( ,(101), -!-1 01) acres! the de- lOll / flp
claims far advanced '" ''i.at he sent ,
Xew Youk.I arc persons would amount to 5.376,03( !) 31'( -10'1 The allegation "A. Nothing, except to read the memorial Lay downl1! The dog stretched himscjfrBpoiL,
life
or widows have not the price, und rule lettersto
who \
>r 01 plans IIi indepenJtncu.
am, sir, with the highest} lespccl, your means ..f and I doliai.,. The sales, however, exceed the IHIIIIIIHIIII claiation reiterated, but I sent to von, and which you rejected.. the earth.'Rollover1! "And., the :dogpttedl
( locating them to advantage, was '
the American I paper, in the mud. the ieU-!
J lie read Thereupon man "
UiObl obed.ent t>ei vaut, ) by (;2,388 091 01)) dollars : I'.y the President: "You can atno\y. over q
can theief'jie only nuke them available by puce i issued to the no proofs adduced.11s read the document whichwas ly pocketed.the cracker sayingIsa'raM.
,
F'JluJ.: A. I'AHKKR, sale.! whole number of land warrant I here and! lhcicdid: brasher then ,
the I denial, publLshed the this to jpake him do it again. Tbeir South/-,
I 1S51 under Alexican well drawn protecting against
Home ,
Commanding November up
' The lion. IAMIL U'LL&IIJI Squadron. of }(.JIrtTile! enactment of a law making- l:t l.tudIt: of llth ciJrllary. 1847, is not appear. Tbc most important document witnesses jurisd.ctibn of the court, on the ground that era an&Free Trade friends will l laugh at their

Slate, \Vaihington. fcecitlary it a felony to huge, utter, or publish, a; bounty or t this number CG,ti J 8. have been upon which two arrests and eleven he was an American citizen, and could not beunlaithful folly, and,those Democrats oItheIorth, ..

gen u ii.e, any forged! land warrant or other! 80,781.returned) the General Land Mice as located were examine I, appealcJ, and proves to where he owed no allegiance and are at heart,'tariff men but'hare. i.Idodthrxi! ,

evidence of claim against the United State:_ to be of a Spanish new.-paper, announcing ,'will..e.y ;
s. located land warrants <1)6)00 ,- a sciap alleged treaty stipulations. cODvictiQoslor.: party purposes
I. Ft"w"II':1\. for land other t ; and of these of the Cyune in this .
\ or endoiiementorassigiimcntheicof. the arrival to' tbe aI'euosyJvaia1a.
lavauu, (.Myljcr 5, JS51. ; have been patented. The whole! number The President interrupted him, and folade. "daie vote protections
( words in pencil,
with the ominous .. owaStates..ZWtorWeekly
and ,
the American citi which they denyjheir
words
fcame port of the
i issued to his
SIR On land waiiants up making use
: my iclurn from Malanzas to this The passage of a general law on the subject of land law of "hihaikey; has been appointed Consul, from N fs. t- t .. ?"
place, I teamed that two period, under the general bounty that Thrasher zeiu'aud. treaty stipulations. .... : .
men, Uobeil II. of forgery; piovision for the appoinlmen t JS50 is 51,201. Of this which the worthy fiscal infers ';. : -
,
Breclicnridge and Hansom Beach, both from of an assistant commissioner of pensions; 2lh September, -


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Letter from Sirs Thrasher. CorrtspondtMttf tat N Yy. 1 : ; ', ::. f..j d ; f1 .' 'demns-and ,the result m the old mo
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HAVANA, Nov. s. 1851. ;tWAsntkoroVi. .F ::1fr. -Fo- : \ ;eoflfirming theCotnpromisevill'torne misconduct,',of,the Mormon, deprecates the "fneiot Aagi8tine. :>t, (roar the refusal of tbe Governments' '

.,..,ft* Excellency; Millard FiUmort, Pretiwt So far a thGoveinrnenoa1tinalFair the, : ; uprto-dayt; and'{. wiuret' takeiby the U.Sbfficerai'refuseso.ad.tt. >.abandonrin the anf.ficiehcy ) $ ., : p&c !Utthe disparag of- to unite wit.ul'and the bold tod dedSw

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Iy, efficiently and otialyAtsuch, a time which he had asljned forhis contind- of any or_ l reasons. enticing the strangers wSa visit lord innejxcluieIthJther alonewould be.al fcnt,,We tj 1

''JtIr.Mn S.Thrasher,begs leave to call your .juncture and Pt cirumstncs, no anceat his post Sit; He'vi t .. ,, Itbarather not encounte for any' larn penTt eoaLf, f I
create1
cause
Wtentioa ,to the following facts respecting heron nan, Juve ..been; ,more., jortuiatcjycharued press his proposition, '.with : ccuome : i: much the of huckstering to ultI
oKject :IL-a.ukI'IIUWRIJC to appearance trinmphant eslablisbment oi-the
I vxrald, in the first place, state that be with the department of 'Stte''tbi ardor, and, endeavor to "reach his( great bas j
'stranger Experience cipleV of free
whose full a& 1
'vrraborn in Poit1andMainethe native place be oe proverbial sagacity, 'vote upon it by yeas and uars'.n ,- ts rant cdntitntiona1'govere,1
K>f his parents, and is therefore an American American! spirit 8 peculiarly qualify him, to Senate. Hs purpose is, a he has stated in 'X-.A.Q. K.S.Q N,V. T L L:E; 8 'tbt:the prthr rne.for the: two destinies that must of ensue, a and surf*,a God directs t
all the of law connected his obtain'a voterb'n the subjec bas naton
the grasp St. ol.ow.
citizen. On the 16th of October while in questions publc ; towns of Augustine
with this outrage character of the Fugitive Slave""measure'-to obt1 a :Tliursday,. 'D cei ,er 1851. (Signed 5in behalf ot : .
of his business he arrested ; and that visitors
Uftftal pursuits was divided udrtdtets
his furnishes the highest warrant tba',the renewed p'ledge to,the: faithfuf execution of ': been pretty fairly Fioridiu) .. _. .. o

and and detained seized.by, and the.on police the, 21st property of said honor and rights of the country. .ivill that act'from' Senators of the nonslaveholding rThe'editor. : of "the:.Republican: .has returned generally judge for..themselves,of their respective JOHN C.CALOUN..o( Fla. "**

month papers he was placed in solitary confinement ly and justly vindicated. States. That is the main :object'of his ,after a' short.visit, to'the interior, merits. Surely they both possess J l'I.M. MAD of r
and the 25th in dun Within half an hour after, the receipt of resolution, ns he states, for he considers that their share 'of and both .' ,do This was re e with
insome
in the city piison, on, a been business. Findingour ,exchange papers trctiR .may adr 'e gre IB.
the intelligence of this occurrence, Mr. Web the other adjustment measures have *
geon at the Punta Castle; and during all this President carried into execution and beyond confusion and having temporarilylost heir best to .without cne bong" pJas atr whIch '
ster addressed a letter to the recommending are .ques roach
and until the 7th inst. I was not K0s fteEaras
time ,
to see him. On the 7th, he was permitted allowed the immediate despatch of' a sufficient tion. After Mr. RHrrr,and .other shall the,thread of event we must excuourselftour ,:,possessed .of the narrow purpose. 'of follows-"th'eple wit >
naval armament on the Atlantic and have spoken a be made to lay i 'down the other. We glad to
: are
to see his friends two hours each day, motion'wi readers for any deficiency.pflate breaking Ins unnecessary for me 16 fttpbrid tothJs
'hen 'to surprise he was not able to inform Pacificflides afford protection to our comm .- the subject on tble, doubtful success l the'in valid! with! and hope for it shows that
my ce and citizens at the termini of' ttansit ; for while 'ar many Senators who, news in our columns, or 0 editorial see stranger ns: adre yon ,clearly& r
his and
of the of arrest imprisonment. the
roe cause the influences
informed that between the two oceans. Orders were' accordingly are opposed to,reviving the question, or to mater. that be ,may b reinvigorated by fil principles a T
Oh the ilth, he was which I: seek to maintain and !
,
S bat'when ODe
issued that effect and their either or W B of genial clime
he would be to every en recording votes in approval our ;
the following day brought the American
Cold. people.
On Extreme Accept
[ thanki
taken which could be de condemnation of the measures my
for.sentence. On the 12th, a cpurt-mar- ergetic step was Compromise tempted to injure our place by writing and bless in '
nip The weather in. this region for several may you your efforts,ia
of there also who the opportunityto Go
covet
? \ as likely to serve.the object protection -. are some .. without foundation itonlyS
tial ,assembled, consisting o seven miliary bat abroad which is, ; the cause
officers, one of them being the President, before and to defend our flag against the repetition give a vote direcly against them or for days of last week presented more the aspect' enhances our satisfaction i in di e assurance oat the Cos\tutooafreeom through, *.
and them.
fiscal ef such an unwarranted indignity of Northern winteith been the case .
the
whom (prosecuting attorney) n'ha -'-
The number of and interests that the of on -corporate hive
read the several charges against him, and injury. i parties represented for It is said to be the coldest weather lortune Koremettt forte Pres1d.e.A'Wasbington
According to the information which has in The afford a source ofa years. do not stand or fall by the ,
but wi ,
Without evidence. He not being present, correspondent of
of reached me from reliable quarters, Mr. Web flood of debates, for long session, even known here since 1839, and some, say proge'of.thet te'B
voder a guaid of soldiers in another part av public. timore :
did not hear the charges or. ster adopted the precaution of communicating should not new questions arise, to furnish a since 1635, the'date of the destruction'.the 1ng. Sun says
the
building
know their substance., Arter the reading, he at once with the proprietor of the Collins fresh supply of There are also orange trees. In'35 the thermometer at tbL We should, not deny to .the,- editor' of the friends. There of is Mania a strong Van move Buren making by the
to effect
the Atlantic to three candidates for the next a res
steamers to detain day permanent pres.
,
was brought before the'court and asked by long enough to ensure the delivery of. the idency in the Senate, Gen. HOUSTON, Gen. place stood at 8 degrees above zero. In 39, News the right to,enter 1 his own. opinionas oration under Won. O. Butler, of
*president what he had to say for himselfin the stood On of last to the / to create a constitutional All the freesoilers! here in Kentucky:
that be had mail which left here last evening for New CAS, and Judge Dor c LAS, and also representatives !, it at 16. deg. Thursday merit any '
which
defence. To he replied and had York, and which carried several important of at least five other candidates, week it stood in one place 18,and in another Union paity.. He bas perfect liberty -, lug that wavy and 'are active ,to-'get theft

fata denied a copy of the charges,, official communications. him. and none of these will b sparing of ,"ord. At where we on regard such efforts a ruse to resuscitate : presses at home colled the same way;
cot been allowed counsel!' in his defence; that 23. Alligator, were present t 8 Should the

tasked time to enable trim to bring evidence I the may Secretary be assumed of State a undoubtedly has addressed true a, o of projects.The rumor is' revived, ;:and with some the same day; the entire vegetation was covered the "fallen fortunes Whlggery," have. lce we shall

to prove his innocence of all crimes or char- but argent and decided despatch to plausibility; that Mr. FILLMORC intends to With a coating of thick-frozen rain, and or a the veriest I humbug" of tbe age. First, Wm. 0. Butler, f Ky..President. I

ges against him. But all asked in vain him; and in after Snulting brie. instructing him to submit the withdraw himself, by some public declara- the branches of the pines hung all day with With these opinions, though we diner from Second, Gen. Pierce, of N. H..Vice Pres
an -
various questions were consideration of the British Minister tion, from the Presidential contest, thus leaving ident.'
the
case to icicles. Ice also vessels and them shall not find fault. Yet
on we
his dungeon was ,
he sent to large stop t
was again
manner, i of Foreign and to enquire, his friends free to take any other candidate Third, Thomas H. Benton, Secretary
where, on the 21st.: the fiscal, accompanied whether the act of Afairs Express who may represeit up their principlesand the margin of poods an inch to an inch and when the editor of the News introduces to State. o

only by his clerk, appeared before his was authorized by any existing instruction, interests. bal thick. This weather must have been his readers his ideas on this method of "sav Fourth, Messrs. Blair' and Rives, Public

grating and read to him the sentence, approv. and if not authorized, whether the British The interest of Commerce will receive, at felt generally at the South, we see accounts the Union," and indulges in his habit of Printers. ,., "
the Auditor of War because "'the criminal a in
ed by ; Government is willing to assume the responsibility this special atetio from, Congress. Fiftb> all the prominent Union Democrats
s of
of in various Georgiaand into comment
a personal
had done nothing to disprove' the accusations snow parts digressing upon
of that He is also instruct Several appropriations deepening channels of the South are to b
against btm," and signed by the Captain ed to represent, act Government of ihe and improving ..harbors, removing Carolina, and "fine skating." I is delightful our movements and purpose, we are com the otis.Sixtbal Democrat

General, without remark. The sentence in Aerie United States regards this proceeding aS a" obstructions from the navigation of rivers..' weather for Christmas (a happy one, pelled to spoil his pleasantries by indicating of te Norh, such a Dickinson, Cass,
hard! labor Ceuta ,
at
weight years" infraction of the Bui- be expected at thic session. ., laid on the shelf.
with of costs, for the "crime of palpable Clayton may kind readers!) but wefear it contemplationis bow much his statement. as, to ourself are
payment Ijj HM HHM HH>a H"1 B Thisis tbe short but
werTreary, of April, 1850. : marred that of the certain entitled credit. In his remarks in the last comprehenr pro
areason," ("delito de infidcncia. ) He was In order to quicken the zeal of the American SNOW STORM.-The people of the "Sunny by again blight to -, of the mvement. will
gramme
:then sent to the Moro Castle, and two days Minister, 'beyond the usual official South" are seldom favored with such a treatas of th orange trees, which were once more News, piedicated on tbe Constitutional Union be made t appropriate Kossutb.In attempt.

after, when I called on the Captain General pace, it is understood that Mr. Webster has was enjoyed yesterday. Early in- the giving indications of fruilfulnes move in Ocala, h takes occasion to say of
Ho ask that he might not be sent away while the same views, quite stronglyin morning, the thermometer at the time indicating mission the U. S. House of Representatives on
bas
ourself He
the illness of his father prevented his seeing presented private correspondence, and a stated that a degree of cold which has not been cxperienced Constitutional Union Organization : lately gone on a Monday the 15th, Mr. Bayley of "Virginia

!him, I was abruptly told that he would sail the feeling of the country demanded instantaneous in this latitude within the last fifteen A portion of the citizens Marion county to organize tbe new party in Marion, Ala- : offered a resolution, whi h wa

qn thirty-six: hours time for Spain and he has and action. In my years; the cloudy canopy of heaven commenced chua, and Columbia counties, and he ha calling upon the President apte

sailed this day for Cadiz in the ship Hispana opinion, there is satisfactory no sufficient cause for apprehending dispensing upon us a fleecy showerof held a meeting at Ocala on the 10th inst., written a letter to the editor of the Republican States, 3 fa as in his judgment may, be

Cubaao, there to have his sentence. put into interruption of diplomatic intercourse snow, which continued, throughout the for the purpose of forming a Constitutional giving quite an interesting account of compatible. with the public intqet.t communicate
execution.The day, and the peiiod of our writing.Had with'"reference information
or any collision from this unfortunate up to Uniorijprganization to the any r possession of
undersigned most earnestly supplicates and much to be depreciated circumstace. the weather previously been such as to elections in our State the ensuing Fall.- his progress. This assertion contains two tbe Executive respecting the imprnmt

your Excellency, as the head of the The British Government must disavow the have frozen the earth, it wonld,beyond doubt, deliberately' written falsehoods, the credit of I of I. S. Thrasher, by tbe

Government of my nation, to hearken to the whole proceeding, or it must expect some have retained a coating upon which sleigh The call appears than been made with a which the author i justly entitled to'and and his 'right",to claimprotection, a t I

entreaties of a mother, that justice may be thing more than ceremonious communications. would have been enabled to .have glided view to inducing the other portions of the whichwe him. American citizen.

done. 1 ask not for mercies;; but that the I feel persuaded, without having i any through our. streets with facility, and thus ann State to second tbe movement, and thus give The resolution of the Senate, gi'int.in
... .__ .
virvlit rtf tintr cnn, fin.. .\mr.ri"n. .fttltan. mav fin Vt.nv4 -* .i. r\ **A fflA ti Mff 1.1 A : the and behalf
&lUt. ui "' own t& Ltui nan flh&.I may ua > viuuiu IJ1C uccil aliurucu iu 01, name of tbe people the
J authority for tne declaration, that Mr Henry u'i uiiiimijr clearly indicate what is believed to be the determination Tbe dinner given by the,members of the
promptly attended to, and that such instructions Julwer will be required to return immedi- lovers of that sport to have experienced a United States a cordial welcome Louis '
be sent to our Minister in Spain and ately, or that some other person of consideration treat seldom enjoyed in this vicinity. As it of the people of Florida to support Press to Kossutb, which was partaken at Kossutb, to the capitol of the t

.Consul Cadiz as to procure his immediate will be appointed to make the neces was, however, some spirited individuals got no man for tbe next Presidency who New York on tbe 15th inst., is described a received, and directly aterwrs cant,1, m

.release, and his return to this country. My sryadjustment. And I feel equally assured, up spectacle, which resembled 'Sleigh-riding,' will not as a leading and paramount principle a most brilliant and enthusiastic affair. The of Mr. IlSbinson, it wa passed under the

onany years' residence here gives me a know. while Daniel Webster fills tbe chair of Seretary ant was creditable to their enterprise and declare his determination to sustain the ball was crowded to excess. William Cullen !- operation of the previous questioa-jeu
Jedge of Spanisu character; and indecent of State, that no atqnement short of gave good evidence that if the article of snow 181, nays 16. .
haste to send my sou away before the arrival that which the whole country will approve, \ere furnished! in sufficient quantities they whole compromise settlement of tbe slavery Bryant, editor of the Evening Post, was Those who voted in the negative are-

of steamers from the United States, adds and which the public sentiment now demands were perfectly ready and willing to make it question. To effect a national organization chosen President. Kossnth's speech on the Messrs.4bercrombieAveret! ,Brag,Brown,

4o my fears of the consequences of even a wi be accepted. I is the mutual available for facilitating locomotion. for this purpose, which was the main and occasion is delineated as evincing a fluency; of Mississippi; J. >; CaldweH, Hams, of

few hours' delay; it having frequently occur- interest the countries cultivate the Snow balling, likewise,-an amusement ultimate of the resolutionswere Tennessee' Holliday, Johnson, of Georgia;
object meeting, and chasteness in
jed that on a pardon or release being granted, most friendly relations, but it ought to beundere which. in our climate, is seldom enjoyed our language unsurpaseed, Jones, of Tennessee; Martin, Alor'ehead,

it was pretended that the prisoner had died, I while there is every disposition was prevalent throughout thtd&y, and, in its adopted suggesting the meeting of a and an eloquence almostinspired.An .. Savage, Scurry, Stephens, of Georgia; Williams !

.or could not be found, and he was left to linger to maintain such terms, that exercise, many ludicrous ocurece were State Constitutional Union Convention in Address to Koisnth from the Booth. and Woodward. .

his life in a dungeon. I also beg that a they cannot be if our flag may witnessed which called the risible faculties Tallahassee on the 23J of February next, to .
copy of all the proceedings, which were denied be subjected to continue of forcibly into operation. We find among the numerous addresses THE MEHODI CHOICU NoaraSOUTH. UD
wrongs Convention the '
to my son, may be demanded, and tbvt that upon which these comments are lk. .' We might dilate further upon the pleasurable propose a Nalna' t name to Gov. Kossuth the following from num. .-A PhiaeJphilettr in the ,Belt!

should it prove he has been most unjustly The active cause of the war of 1812, was part of this we may perhaps' be permitted time',and and to appoint dele her of Citizens of Florida now in New York: more Sun says '
dealt with (as I firmly believe) hat there but to the An address wasalso A highly of the Methodist
the attempt to dishonor the national ensignby to say, nature, the philanthropic gates same. pre. After tbe delivery of the speech Chief interesting meeting
,
may be also demanded pecuniary satisfactionfor asserting a claim to privileges, which, characteristic of Charleston demands a no pared by a committee appointed at the Marion Justice Legrand introduced to Governor Episopians held i this cilj -

the loss of his property and his business, had they been yielded, would have disgraced tic from our pen.-Charleston Courier', 18t4. meeting, which together with the proceed. Kossuth several citizens of the Stale of ring some ls
from this Government, which, against were that
stipulations, hare committed this; gross treaty outrage be American that name. The burns spirit deeply which andas resisted DUTY or TIE WHIG PARTY.-The following ing, has been published in the Conservator Florida, at present in the City, and among church furis sowing the 'North fr
aggression, as
them Dr. John C. Calhoun of the
upon him, an American citizen. purely as ever. Forty of contact suggestions, both wise and timely, are of Ocala, and which we shall transfer to our (son great the South-that the former bad decreased in
years Carolinian and J. H. McIntosh Madison
I hu'mbly ask kind attention to this from the Hartford Courant: ) numbers. 28,552, while the latter bad, in
your with the world have not subdued, but .. t- columns next week. Esq., of this State, who had been '
;appeal, which 1 cannot make in person in trengthcneJ it. Let us hope, however, "A paramount duty, for the coping winter, Tbe meeting at Ocala was presided over by a number of those citizens to selecte creae 75,368. 'Il the seven years pre
coniequence of the illness of my husband. hat there will be no occasion fonts exer- is to support the. National Administration.It Governor Kossuth the delie the division, the ice of t
Having the fullest confidence that it will not .if is Whig to the core. It was an administration -. by Gen. JOHN SCOTT. Messrs. JOSEPH M in their behalf following. addres ii" church was over,half a '
cis.
be made in vain, I subscribe myself your Ex of our choice-it should not therefore be TULl and G. P. YELVERTOM were elected : debate, resolutions were adopted

cellency's! humble servant. Statistical Fat and Flgurei. neglected by us. It has been such as to be Secretaries. The object of tbe meeting was Governor Kossuth : A number of the cit providing for the'appointment of a 'committee
FANNY P. THRASHER. its izens of, the State of Florida' whose privilege to take .
The Union-In 1790 the Union consistedof even approved by enemies; it certainly measures a general convention
stated by Mr. L. C. Gaines and invi-
seventeen States, with a population of shout not be deserted by its friends. can upon it ha been, while visiting this City,' of the church; t b heU in this city ia

Correspondence: of rlcr.the Charleston Cou- 4,929,827, and 451,424 square miles, or 10t carry the favorite measures of the Whigs tation Messrs. M. Whit Smith, J.P. Sander to witness the reception you have reoife .May, 1852, for purpose of

nine to a square mile. In 1800 into execution, on account of the state of par son, and C. Drew, being present, addressee have assigned to u the honrble fundamental change' in m

WASHINGTON, DEC. 14. there were persons twenty States, with a populationof ties in Congress; but its recommendationshave the meeting in favor of an organization', for gratefut office of expressing to yon in their troducing ,lay delegates into the 'Ge

'5ov. KOSSCTH: riees in eloquence as he does 5,305,040 and an area of 572,024 square been such as to show its-whig inten- the next Presidency ConstitutionalUnion behalf the feelings of pleasure! it gives them .. Cderence. ,
i Jin'public confidence, aud now he finds him- miles, or eight persons to a square mile. tions. It is an administration of which we upon to iinite'in the welcome you have here received -

asdf,sufficiently well versed in our laws and In 1810 there were twenty-four States, are justly proud. The Republic of the United principles. Mr. B. M. Pearson being a the guest of the people of this republican There have arrived in London daring the

'htptory, and sufficiently strong in public favor with a population of 7,239,414, and an area States of America never stoo s high in also called upon, declined addressing tbe confederacy of thirty-one free: present year nearly one'hudr sail of wood-

t .open freely and explicitly all his de- of 782,544 square miles, or nine persons t a the estimation of the world now does. meeting, inasmuch a he was compelled to sovereign and independent States. The first laden ships mothar lt year, Thuc
and state all That he requires from the Our influence is of the duties of the people of these
fiigns, square mile. In 1820 there were twenty. felt in the destinies of every dissent from its poltct of
(Government and people.of the United States. seven States, with a population of 8,738,191,I nation-Our very name is a tower of slrenth objects. States, preservation of their own institution 20,000 tons. amount, t beweeu 1 a

A month ago, his propositions would have and an area of 849,314 square miles, or tel I for citizens every where. The foreign policy We were an advocate of the position held from the designs of the enemiesof .

been, considered as preposterous if not as to a square mile. In 1830 then and domestic arrangements of Millard Fillmore by the Constitutional Union men of Georgia constitutional republican freedom. You I A letter frm1aaa t the New-Orleans

turning, but the public& mind has become persons were twenty.seven States, with a populatioi I are fast gathering in a icvenue.of praise during their recent signal triumph in the have shown that you truly understand the Picayune, says young Frenchman who

gradually prepared for them. He may nol of 12,866,020, and an area of 949,314 squan and approbation from every country on the talisman that is to keep this great right se-. bad a Government license to make repair
immediately procure a loan, as he desires,, miles, or thirteen persons to a square mile eailli. What cause is there then for discouragement elections of that State. We indeed occu- cure. It is the cardinal principle of distinct and sell arms,was unfortunate enough to hart'

flor can be hope that the United States Government .. In 1840 there were twenty-nine Stales, will:I Let us rather rise from our pied ground nearly identical in supporting and independent local 'governments, sold some carbines about the time of Lorsz's

will recognize Hungarian indepcn. a population of 17,068,666, and an area defeats, refreshed for another combat' in very sup. our present 'Representative Th Congress, in by which each community'can govern itel invasion. His.practice was to buy them of

dent while Hungary is de facto under thE. of square miles, or fourteen persons .. port of such an administration." our own Congressional election the previousFall. that must be maintained; and then the Ctant and retail them to his custom
.of Austria. But he will undoubtedly 1,173,34 mile. We havejiow thirty. confederation or union of such ers. denounced to the
and 01; a square ,: The Mormon.. We have baled with a feeling of from without. -communites wa autorit
procure a general subscription I one'States, containing a populatran (by estimate to repel danger apprehended and thrown into piD,
'are amount, in aid of his objects; and hi ) of 21,687,000, and an area of 1,913. Having published, several days ago, the pleasure the success of the same cause in to themselves fulfilled, the people of this i. be ba lain until within a few when,

may give an impulse to the popular sentiment .. 125 square miles, or twelve persons to th substance of Judge...Brocchus' statement, in the elections which have more recently confederacy oweto the cauSe o set. ver. was put at liberty, onJ allowed twenty daysto

'which, in some future emergency, ma;)r square mile. reference to the Mormon difculies which resulted in Mississippi and Alabama.We .- ment their sympathy, their ad, and settle h business,and leave the island.
overleap all the barriers that a wise and consistent ,. The Press-The number of newspaper 3 agrees, i in the main, with in the also their active material; operative and
policy has created agaioet an.interven. published in the United States annually i il 3 St. Joseph Gazette, endorsed and adopted by thought we dlse.rne the same principle practical aiJJ as far a may be beneficial to MR. CLAY'S 'HEALTH. -A 'Washington

. lion by. this Government, in the wars and do. estimated at 412,880,000, being equal I) the.retiring Chief Justice and Secretary of involved in election for .Gover those in tbe old world, who are struggling letter of tbe 14th inst, says: "Mr.Clay is not

mestic quarrels of foreign nations. Gov. 16 1-2 copies peryear for every man, womai State, \v content ourselves with taking from nor of Pennsylvania, and laying aside old to break the chain of despotism t establish dangerously, bnt seriously ill. ''D. Jackson,

KOSSUTH is careful a he 5Y8 in all hi!5 and child. While in the British Empir that document the following startling piece party we also forebore our regrets government bad consbtltional from Philaelphia has been snt and

propositions t keep within thwtr only one is published-for every 2000 of th e of news: atacbment defeat of republican guarantes'suited to,their condition now atendi g lm. The disu bronchitis

*,".which be happens to "have studied, inhabitants, Belgium, one to every 25,000,. ,The plurality wife system is in full vogue at a Whig candidate and :"capabilities. .Pol lIberty is some yer standing. The doctor insists

and thlreort it will not be more aecessar r in Peria one to evelY 20,186; in Russia here. Governor Young i is said to have as whom we regarded a falling short 'of the not a toy. 'It is the' precious of God'sblessigs on Mr. Clay leaving Washington,a

ihan be courteous t*end bi n in accordance only three copies to evety 1,000,000. 'i many a 90 wives. He drove along the position demanded, by the interests of .the Virtue,' morality, religions-all on tkin bin to Philadelphia nts OW

with proposition of Mr. S.IT.;F, Colon Mills in the Unite Slatu.-It i il streets, a few days since, with 16 of them in Union, and the rights' of tbe South, which that ennobles man-is fostered and prompted ten care Of.' .1 think Mr daywillconsent.

.a( Alabama, a copy of our neutrality .acts. that the of all th 0 long crriag14 of them having each an in its formation. by 'it genalinfoences' ,Honest 'an4 > *
,
f J. doubt.wbether.tbe eloquent Hungaria ri cotton mills in the United States is 250,000. infant at her bos m. It is said that Heber C: were guarantied fair of. its

will.find here, in The Federal City and th 000, and the consumption of cotton 600,00) Kimball, one of the'Triune Council,.and the We see not therefore that the time has favorite principle of free trade, yields to the The Butchers, numbering J,000/men, a

(Cbjnt.ovhicb he is about to be invite L bales;: 100,000 bales of which are consume I second person in the trinity, has almost an come for repudiating this! issueand'we should enterprising merchant andbardy mariner an appropriately dressed and on brb W

t sober minded body cjnen II south of the Potomac and in the Wester Ii equal umber; among them, a mother andS rejoice to ''seethe people of the whole Union honorable rwadj'ad trough them the industrious march in the reO t'rn Ka

to deal with Than he ha found in ibgnultitudinous e State The value of this amount of COttl her two Each man can have a from them tbe not in vain. in .

masses of New York. when manufactured is supposed to up,. many wives as he can maintain; that is,after casting the place-seekers who We recognize-'in' you, Governor Kossuth, The Capiain General of

sMr. COlWJN. Jla not yet presented hi.5 wards of $67,000,000. the women' have been picked and culled by have too long profited by old party organtza tbe :foremost advocate of thes'gret doctrines that the subscriptions, for Cub', anoU

'Treasury report iu consequence of ildi'psi I. British Manufactures.-The increase c f the head men. The Judges and Secretary of tibns, and perilled tbe peace of the conntry, ;' in .the'pld! As such'wo bail ,of ihose.who ;bear fives teramie

.tiOnn; manufacturing! industry in Great Britain'S Slate have had the honor of being introduced and declaring.tb choice' for 11,'Presldeh yo ,:and bid'yba welcome,thrice ''welcmt invafion" o the,'1 du
it '
The Value of' the Cotton exported dnrin g sixty years, is shown by the following tab!e by His Excellency, tbi Governor, to several who will himself has .' ui :country; We say jo, you, that for h:rce: o.:
pledge' or already given $215,7703E. ,
the last year1 slated the other day to hav of his wives and ,
e : Ueb
of by C.
the raw materials used in 'kingdom :: r Kimbal our yet we are. .ready,t6'extend to, yoarcanse .
beenVascertaiiied: by correct 'returns to b'IC ) In'190. In 1849.t .- to several, ot.hu.. : pledges unqualifiedly,explicit, :'to' maintain 'our. active, 'ma andpracticataid 1.' .

$1 2.5Oper. hundred pounds. fnd tin I Wool, Ibs. 76,756,183 ,:The. above, of, course,.speaks, for' itself. the compromise settlement, in all. ,it.pats under the'er'opertv law .At: Turk's Island oa_the* :25th,ullt titer-

the avergeeost was 12 16-100 cents pouncTh bales
was averagiii g from which wetak& -I 1 ble1 c
quantity 2,00357 Hemp, 592,306 1,661,273 it at growl the Russiaw bear, or the .
reclaimed
.f.H pounds bale. and co;t Flax, 257,222 1,806,786 A,CARD. may still be .and ;re.e.stb snarl,"of,',the .Austrian'rwolf, ',we are' not : HAYSULO and Rj&iraY:are both. teportei
'
* dd the first the Collet Cotton it; -- theme If belying ngerooilyJll. '
Ioteceed re\ln of 30,574 758,841,690 A1 communication appeared in'the1'last lshe'under among Great Britain can be t .5
t itwbichTere'thought to exaggerate d Tonnage GreatBritain 'and"'the.Uri,,i. ; : : on-if: France.t''can'; be )(safely'! rele fioatftl
of 'Cotton e.i number of the'St.'Joseph's Gazette, over the : !1 8tatem nt. : The amount of {he commerce" that
a. led Stoter.-Tbe comroefclal I tonnage (I signature of: "Utah',"purporting to be "a',letter mIO'r -w 'o: not' hesitate!, -er that'We'ate' ;rivets'last year, is,ettmatea
"j
over 1,000,000. and hall into
on'the'Vesfer
.wa.bereCre England 'is 3,130,000 tons. That of thC e \ : 'copy m favor.ofthe, of
ex
republican
from ah rolcf America; jotal
ple intelligent and reliable ; .
.. attend th gentleman
enough United States in our column( ai Wean at$220.000000Tis e .
t 1850 :was:foreign trade in Utah ;soon;as ; being beard announcing to the world '
Monda : Territory, and to give"a full 'and idjoom1 ( joined ; \
Supreme Court 'on Friday; on V 1,585,71 n ; coasting! trade 1,797,822 ton:I,' detailed of the the'afgumeh't',of Mr; 'Mallory J in with the'voices.of 'andFrance if tQ ,
nf history treatment of the Government Bntm' ,
1 if his health close the argii ; CiuTfiitb
,
Iei J permits fishing, J5 tons whale, fisheries,'46 CY : rand' Lrn S haVbfen
wi
; theywill;
ia wbic; I I officers while'at Lake,'? 'his right, to the i seat \ (them/if :they wjlj an .
an important Kentucky held.by.him'in of election the
cae 0 1 6 tons. Total-3,68},469.tons. % Sit .' not) that:In, jguch cause jtoajL certificate as At
liiounciL: **r Vbalcthennder&g ed .concur,in the United" 3 States.Senate, Ib .he yaseiec,(; if despotisms\omblhe'to r.\l ral of the State of Nev ... -
,The Christiana, trials hare resulted, avasexpected 5 The merchantile advices from Vienna men general accuracy of the ttatementl containedm the of'' gary J ;:
ed.by last.Legislature Florida.The United of tt
: 'ir teLniier the
Ii that communication, so have Stes' ct France, : '
\ in the acqnital :of those, airsigned ii thattbe surveillance of,the Goverrimer,I far they and me'ci 'a STi13 '
any proper ;recent difficulties analogies! gup'tedl d'1'Mr.. Mallory! ,In(auppor and of acentury'agowith J awarded a
but the .
from the charge oj treason: ;r over the dealers in the funds:and .ex connectol'with
; 'bis' in deem it of his right are cliefly'drawn ; Aspect 'to, .fus, and bis'ioodei ;bt'h;
tothemselyes'and 'naht
y ptede
arc to boo tried the 'Stt. Cort son tbi change, so far from being relaxed, f.m less interested motives ," wit oft .=
,charges of riot by quite ne.UhUlt .. gossiblef;. ,more rigid. Intimations .hay 5.thoneous'i t er'ub1c to state; (lest an' dents : n.: 'our 'owii::Legislature' ,. ;andrar 'These'are eentimentsW'; :theVin'dividuals of the' Fair.

laws of the United States de,. been given that all; persons seeking: to rea.. inadvertant inference therein drawn)from that the an therefore; immediately jn. 'point: ; and, should< :who, J ;Jle" d ',yoo;. 'VVe;:will not,- :ItJe's.thf a,ball is.to be given il
intended be made unfavorable expresiolused the of whiehwt
_
punishable lisa profit profits
a
p bytpecultive."operton does not'give "a have.far :more_ : wejght than, the_numerous falter in 'onr efforts 'redeemthe implied '
:.die the '
over
binrthe tole inflicted to
aM be
preictf punishment P to full and detailed history'i ? of Salt English and other less> pledge.given. by1your invitation! hither lhat to be LoJOLS
i events pertinent
.sbduldT be revised and perfected. Ti% Pre; torbing' i ? ,deal : at, eases citeibyiMr.'Yulee. ,
this
atoD i Lake City; nor does exhibit o//, or con- .country is vrillingrtpj rid 'dih f
; ., any t o
tbi in his still attend '
d.ntrdJerttlyteccmmeUd, $ $ mes with. Sit policesen ever; siderable "" '" '." barren, lDg. wu ; *
.' h" .' portion of the'ieasons which 'in the 1' ._..: !more.tn; sympathy S; VaigOD O
sag' day'at the" entrance of' Exchange, am opinion the undesigned,'render a,longer A/correspondent' another_ column fcrs f \! t -wiU .be indorsed by:a i t G \ "
; the. I' E
lit, Istiteathai.:' the Wn.shngton Telegraph. spies in .frequent room residence ia'the : vast rflaj ratyof the people! of tb'is'coofedera.cyl L .
territoryinconsistent with i '
i .tn : .of 1
tovsqme.:remark 'a'letter
pivt'clotbe o'aSaYazi4h of
i taflie ilarecJandto! ; conducted by, a'iciari 1: pausing 'arre ed for ibeVmos and S la Genoa, out a population
1s their and '" ; war be-
and ,' trivial rethark ," :, ; ')W;: dllt',18'ciiz s officers* of, the UnP' pap ,jrQrnAu r Invalid't at StyAugustfe &wituct'ycrYnlfera'of '. monks/friars,1l;
Ii .
eJtr I "'. -. "' : ; ted -, y ': .; '' *- "-- > >. .v' ;,- ; .> -.-, in8'.Tl: ? ;; punishmebr'ot; ter.ue,1410O
4l- -J- i. J I' 'Vindicator0tate- -I' .''tfa* i80:i' ::'l'. : 'Lii GBaANUftChief'a,5tiCC. reflecting,upon,,jhe baracterf'of;>ours townfoHiberality ouraudacIty. iLet\tbe rlafers'bf r ; Brii elei askn: f
The"'Submarln "S., B. D.iHARRis &
GalwaY Our
,; ( Utah Territory; ; c; correspondent a
and 49 houses Uv prop s '
evicted 91 'the
which"obstruct ,'navigatioo offjurlgateChannel elected
position theytdarel4-T ini are'kffdwn'to'have been
j6-.the: i
persona .
i
t.Josrph'fNoy. erly Jn4icates i Jacksonville! from -
Miclin estates f '
.
still continued the 1 1
New.Yolk.Bay'js by mortgages'OtDe .. !
adian Parliament. membro"f
-.. Uflmerited of those
c Althe
I I telligent masses
.with"tnych. success. J in Ireland. -. The Si Louis Republican, while i it con- f aversion. We ti:.! *. 'I .,:" "e
_. policy I c them .
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S ome.' elreet; and his sympathies tvem 'at>,once, ;Classical' and English Institute, : :.1)UWmrGTO flOtJSETJMCiKSOIVtI.I.E .E.LHABEISON.CO.BAY4' I .C& to''p HeJ cfti:*
awakened. He wished to know what hard-1
The maR who professes'no. fondness for JACKSOafVlLLK, FIXiniDA' ,"EAST' :FLORIDA.finHE PILOM 1LvAUAIt1rUbAkLTKt
.
fisted monster bad cheated him out of his
bon giftS good evidence of the tbaracter and compelled him to :follow so ;. ::P.BUOWJT. ,. Principal. SUBSCRIBER uU1.M'na the, ..O- STREET,.FRONTING LED*., j J'krie13rinawai&sL ;rjSJaCeOe.
property,. JL all WRITS BRICK BUILDING.
public in general, that this HOUM wilt be ] I IJ.1CJU05VILLE
>\>f his youttf tdncatioui ai of his toying'qjtfoiitiM. ,meniaJ profession. lie noted the hole in .J -0{j Qw HreiHESDBSCRlBER co &ted and prepared for the reception cf IVwarders 'EXOUIDA. rifle, Black Crtae-i

.' Where the spirit of ,kimlaejs"and his bat-also in his breeches ; and the tears 1 JL. having baa several years by the first day of .Oct.bernut.-having To im.a.itbxtOri..iJ.tIit .."

sympathy pervades the household air, almost started to* his eyes, until the,object I experience his School in in teaching this place, IMS,:and concluded resp-ctfoHy to establish ftid about five hundred it feet front with piawasjn Honse front zIt: SUBSCRIBERS-QQ respectfully iafortnJL TRK MIT ua'.. .
comfortable
rear making
aa
of his pity hinted at his need of somethingmore i lavites the public to call and test it*merits., any M.\Q O :
for in thw friends ad that =
the tbey
South
U love and will be able tgt aecoramodaU keqnaiatancta
families cannot aitto acquire substantial-when he called him a It will be, hi* constant effort to cultivate the over one hundred t and fifty permits.. He would have.established themselves in tile mercantile V will lea,.M bo*., MJ4 fIOD-*

ionie uGh asVrroe or distance can never I brute kicked him 'over his wheelbarrow, :friendship and esteem of his pupils t and to instil L say more particularly to those visitingthe' South business in tbia phvse and an mow receiving aid 'tone to 10are tvtry Tncssatr. Kctarater* Ul
these bare P Iatka ?. rulaU 8. clork
; principles which tend to develop the. human I for health and the benefit of climate opening at the stand above named, *full assort- eveiy 'a11. ,
Ie wander the. tnrfeaed and left in a of our delightful
among contempt cursing ADd leave
festn>1. may transport intellect and to refine the heart.. meat fDrr ..ArUofce Jacksonville etmj evua&a.J *5 1 o'dlck.
he has had to their and ,consisting Goods Fancy
aa
eye especial .comfort
Alps, or in the sunny vales of Italy, the ingratitude 'of knife-grinders. Without befog in the least I Insti. baa made his arrangements to make all who may ?Groceries Hardware,Boots, Shoe, Hats,Caps, For freight. n puaage,1irig splendid. ..acc's.'sedation. .
-of Spanish hill side The liberality of Augustine 1 4!. Pass him Lute will be conducted on religious principles. give him a call.comfortable and well cared for.. Bonneta .&e. fco.f with every variety el e .d.4 te FEL. state roomo.b. .", *W >>or4'>*'
sit under the vine a aroond, gentlemen. By almost thorough system Of reviews and examinations His table will be under the strperinteadanee .fMRS. usually kept in a Dry Goods SUre. Which ANDE BtSBESC04iWUAerate

oad listen enraptured to the sweet carol of which experience has suggested the YecNO, a lady of much experience by they,offer for tale a* cheap as tBey can,be yL- A at JAekwmlt,4tf n .
-. Principal tatters himself that Knowledge once I whose aid he flatten himself he shall not bo.outrivalled purchased al any etUWwhuiept in the Southern : CO4tiL'4Ageu\ aesre.r4.
in search ot
.the dark eyed maid; or if he be acquired, cannot be lost. fX1fre P',1aloU 1 a1 rs :
their entire stock Melt selected "( .
by any House the Seuth. And in view country; having i .4t
We learn from that thegreat. I _
,gain be may for a time become absorbed in our exchanges Great inducements are offered-in the way of of this fact the subscriber has determined that bYORe ef the firm,with much cure**d attentton -Oet. .1t.-" _: : "U.". .. ," '
.Telegraph case between the Bain and health and beauty of situation, parents wifa- his exertion* to merit the patronage which shall and with a view particularly to this market they oL'I.rldsath.r--J -

the present yet 11 these cannot compensate Morse parties has been finallJ and amicably ing to send their children from home, as no pains bestowed upon him, shall. be without. regard to flatter themselves that they ,wilt be en *. to State \'A CIr.i1_ .. DU4&i .
wiU be spared in providing for their comfort and I Ieajoytnent. ocjn $ .
toil entire satisfaction all who farce them
give to
do
for the loss of home. By this we not adjusted by ompromisevhlch.vjU preventit or expense. nay EdwiaTO.( t e 1
'
)
'U1 _
mean e were place of abode but such a home being carried to the Supreme Court. The The discipline will be inflexible, though mild f I House.c.TheTa1lah". Stage Agency U t.UW quality with their patronage their goodJ, both, .as to'. thjr 7 price sad** VS .,*.*"i"

Bain interests and : ,Ana E.Gnynn, 4 '
educated circle party have agreed to amalgamate persuasive. The tSuBjcrlbers will be constantly receiving ; '!
produce.
as only'a veil can with the Morse or-Magnetic Line, The course of includes all the branches SAMUEL BUFFINGTON.Sept. ., smcu mdditwms to their Stock as the stats of &. M Cuaicza'toe.. Drvotrr, .Ize At

If tius bi true bow important that\hose ineeaithof extended ffom Washington to New York. of a thorough finished English{Education, 18, 185t..6m. "PItOPIUL the market may rcqaire. and having nude arrangements CIUJI..a. .
to. and a full preparation for any College chus. ia New York;orders can be aoppued 1T sortn t. tie satijCicUou oflni:Ci.rt,
health or pleasure-wishing have cansented to allow certain
They a percentage ENGLISH STUQIES. .at the sbortest posntUe netiee. thLthe'sidbiUbsbeeia-fljedsnd bTdt&s
spend perhaps a winter, away from the domestic on nheir profits or receipts for the Hoarding. Hides,Tallow Beeswax and Thick lions.will proof that CIte said Ann E. Gnynn rel'>wI oC
use of the Morse patent, thjjs substantially OrthopaphyiReading; Penanshp; Phonog- limE SUBSI11BER is prepared to scooarao- be received in exchange tee goods. thin State to wit'- at Spanish Wells,on* .of thr
hearth-that they should seek a place further contention and acknowledging raphY;Grammar; Geography; Ancient aft\Modern 'Jldate a number of Boarders At his recently Friends and customers are respectfully solicited BahaCilehizudsillaordered tuattheialj. ;lit

could he surrounded by comfort giving up history; Rhetoric; Dook-Keepin: Compost erected residence in the Northwest part of the to eaH and examine this stock before pui chasing E.Gn. -where they their invention to be an infringe tion and Declamation; Botany; theSCIENTIFIC Jjible 'ocal town the location which is known tn h'bi,4ii'wfa.&orable l* ._L M % W wu m *. *% -i Will Utfow .
; uwwuerc. aJo.l. 1I41 Ai"U.", I agamic, ___,.said_____. ,*"_,'." ..UM, .Irst MvixUy. Uin
and pastimes that would in some measure ment. The interest of both.lines willhenceforwara l\1U1ie.Drawing. to health and comfort fren its elevation;; J. 1..':5\NDERSO.'i. 'u'viiucr.. w ueututiot h waicasata L appearance
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tend to remove the longings for .returning be as one, though they will COURSE. The HOUSE is just completed; the sleeping and September 1, 11. '_ tr. the said bill will be taken rocM/rttoaeaiart

be kept separate and distinct lines, as here Intellectual, Moral, and Natural other apartments being spacious and well finished her.provided that co;>y of this order tn pals.
'Sp ng. Philosophy; as respects plastering;&0. NEW lUhed in eonA paMie newspaper.f,tKU State for
have tofore. Astronomy Chemistry; Logic; Geology. The furniture the Uonse is also entirely new, FALL GOODS. the space of six month before tbe laid first Men-
much
this to
The citizens of place ; i i ( MATHEMATICAL COURSE. being just received from New Yerk. day in XONlllberJo.or provided that Its epy ifaijbni

boast of, situated upon a soil which if not Not long since the letter writers were ont Arithmetic; Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry Arrangement have been made to supply the table G.IY.BAttTOJr.. and of Tnid order, shall be persoitalrr

the most productive, is surely the most conducive in flaming articlerelative to some official ; Surveying; Mensuration; Analytical,Geometry vents with have ample been and excellent fore and good aer- HAVING: just returned from the North with served Kf,.n or delivered to hr.,thea she
to tire ordcicd to
employed attend te sad
; Differential and Integral Calculus. ., comfort and splendid assortment.f ; anpear plead, answer, .3_
to health of any of the smiling fields matters bearing upon the Cuban question.The .- '. of nests.' gainxt saLt ion the Bnstrnle day.
CLASSICAL COUITSE. I shall spare no pains to re.der'my Rouse in all FANUY 4-87'APJ11RF GOODS uiuutli after the said service or delivery,is 4e- .
of the South; where our winters are mild, following extract from a letter of the Latin; Greek; German.A respeet pleaaant to those who make it their home, chiefly purchased at auction and from first hands, fault hereof the ssu>\ bill will be taken pro CM -

aadcwsBBinersby no means oppressive; Washington correspondent for the Baltimore course of Lectures will b, delivered during and respectfully invite'*call from citizens who would respectfully call the attention of the citi-: ffuu against her at Itet mentioned tule.ts. J T7
wish permanent Board or strangers who may.'so- lens of Jacksonville and the vicinity and turin .13. LANLSTlRi '
possessing the advantage of one of the finest Sun acts like a duce bath upon their effusions the School year will upon be furnished P 108ophyan'a with a Chemistry.new set of The journ in ear hospitable- clime during the water them"to ealt and examine his goods before purchasing 5- J Udge,Southern C.. t .

appAratus month W. 0. W.\UD.' elsewhere, as he flatter himself that be will State of Bor1ds .S
streams in America; surrounded by forests -He : and will afford ample opportanitres for becoming .
says acquainted with Science and the N. B. I have since the erection of my House, be able to sell many bf his goods cheaper than KeyV 't, April 3k1451. -

which supply abundant game, and blessed "The texcitement produced by the rumor operation of its laws. practical. furnished it wfth a convenient BathEstablishment ever before offered and- now for CERTIFY the Wljove to be a iiupj''ftvua .*,

with a society capable of satisfying the de- of direct foreign interference the part of The Academic year will be divided into four which U always copiously supplied with Bagalns : the original now on file in iny oRee.J.iLBltACEWELL!*-* .
in the aEiirs of the United of water and the&eeary conveniences for bathing.
European quarters eleven weeks each. Students -
ciresof one who ma be so fortunate as powers may enter I should adiTtalso that His Stock cou5Ut3iii part of Super Black Italian .
} bonse is
any
States or of this continent has much sub after the commencement of any quarter, and my a regular Dress Silk, De Lames of all llain and ;'. L0rk,3I4C.C..
The facilities for increasing be charged only from the time oftheir stopjilng-place fo the Stage to and from Went prices Key 't\ .1:81.llritr. I. '
to fall among them. sided. The rumor that there has been a addition.T5SIIMS and jfcfiddle Florida being upon one of the priaslreetsleadJbg Figured C'ashnujrcs, Pammetto Cloths, FrcuclMeriiioeiJ Jn1y.3.6m.: ,

the commercial interests the last sharp diplomatic correspondence between ciple' immediately to the Western t Alapaca Liwtres, Ginghanu, Col'd and

Mr. Crittenden and the England Board and Tuition, including lights, fuel, and AatI.: W.D. \'C' Fig'd Swiss Aiulou.i'luiu and Fu'J Swis.Ciuabrtcs Sthld : ;
have shown to be immense while governments _
few years o Jaconetts, Check Cambric 3lualiu Kobe
and France i found to have Washing, i.>er quarter $75 00 Jacksonville, Oct. 9, 1831. 'd,tf. I FROM oneeC the tllltl.rsmgedon'the. tnir- .,
ii blt very Worked Curtain iJuslina, Calicoes French 11 air
,
the accommodations for strangers are decidedly -i German, goo inj t., t yellow- longer pocket book J .
little foundation. The rumor that France Cloth Skirts, Super cnrle.I Skirts, &c., &c *and. '
Payable in advance. I
( frotn
quarterly coutaL.ing
) one tu two hundred doOars in
of a superior order. The Bqffington j and England were to send :special minister I FOE DAY STIDENTS.a Notice. a largo assortment of WOJ'.QJ Shawls, Scarf.., batik bill,-nn.I a number o4 note' payable ti

house (of which advertisement will be seen to this government fo the purpose of directing Studies nnIIE Subscribers beg leave to inform th )r' &0. ,, Dudley &. Garrin Or bearer and to\Vm. 1L Dud
I English and Mathematics, $10'00lncuaing JL friends and the public generally,that havinga ..v ALSO Icy ct hearer. A literal reward will be for
paid
Cuba is
in to untrue.
4n our paper: ) is ably conducted by its eperienced -. our policy regard the Scientific Course, 12 00 Storehouse and Wharf of their owaJL hey are now Super French Elk Broad Cloth. }'ancy Casd- the iteration of the above or any part of the.

proprietor; and though every t>nelchows Again, the Mory that France and England German Latin and Greek. .- 15 00 prepared to receive and forward all good* hit rue- ,snores. Fancy and plain Kentucky J cans,Satinet t, same. DUDLEY& UAllVlN*
had sent fleets to our coast to intercept our extra. 6 00Payabic ted to their care, free of charges. Merchant and Black and Fancy Silk Vesting., White, Re.I and -_- _-

that in a comparatively new country, J idl vessels bound to Cuba with hostile purposes I ( quarterly,in advance.) planters will find it to their advantage to ship Ytilow Flannels, Colon Pack Flu.nii4s, White Notice.' :. TT .' '

the luxuries of a northern city cannot always '! is untiue. All that is true about this inter- U f'erenee.. ? through_ _._.-this--*channel....,_,as*.we_ -_are" determined"t .try" Angola Flannel. Col.red awl White- Canton -.- are hereby cautioned Cr_-trs4-
Hon. WILLAED HALL Rer. S. it. Wrjisioor ana givo *4n:icuou 10 au. .tooee snipping nets. &0.,&c. ALLpmon.i
,
be obtained, yet in abundanc of substantial ference is that the government in question Rev. CORRY Cn.UISER8, Capt. II. B. NOJES-, t through from Savannah, &0., will please give .% any Note or" Noffcr-

food choice and native fruits sent orders that their naval forces then on Wilmington,Del.; Dr. 31ILLEB, rand.Ywine.Vi1.lage orders to have their goodtf landed on our wharf; I Fancy Goods : bearing date before the fifteenth day of De.'bM

game tbe Vest station should protect Cuba Del.;Rev.T. littADFORD twjer Del.; uev.J. this will insure their ocingjput to no expense atUuaplacc. I..adiu Super Blk ail! Col'd Silk i 1a.ntilLw, 1351,Able payable ti Dudley &.Garvin or .beslU'ipr

no table can surpass that of Buffington'p.His .- from hostile India invasion. It is also true, that, E. Rockwell, Brooklyn, ZI. 1*.*.Hon. J.OLIPHANr Lace Veils, White and Col'd San Bonnets,Laecd, any to Notes-bearing Wm. H. date before said .time.payaVta .
Dr. A. E. t'PD, MedfordN-. 7'earhusTHEa. 41Tne Barge Sallie LodoLka,Capt. A. II. Gray, Ribbons, Zephyr \Vortecls, &e. &3 togetherwith Dudley or bearer,at.
attention to the comfort of his guests, j even as to that degree of interference, which HrATr, Itev. THOS. CAXS, Rev. Z.- will continue to run regularly between Palatka I large assortment of lL>aiery, Gloves: Cotton I her of such notes have been stolen from tit* eff'

is the admiration of all, while the care that grew out of an undoubtedly long existing MANSFIELD, WilminotonDeL; L. BiEEowa, and'Silver Springs. For freight; &e., apply to and Woolen Shirtj and lrawerf, Fiue Mtw- dewi*ned. The makers of any such soLidconrr .yd!
in the Captain on board, or to UoAiignol & lin Col'd Chintz shirts Marseilles si favor by refu ing payment upon the pr*
agreement on the part of the governments Andover, Mass. nov 27, 51-ly Gray, and and knotted t
is
invalids receive deserving of the highest ]I maintain Spain in her possession Palatka. All letters on business must be post Counterpainos, toother with large Stock scctutiuu of such aud by notifying thcralMcrikeT*.
to
question For the paid. ROSSIG "t L fc GRAY. of Bleached Brown DUDLEY JGAI.YLY.,
praise. We have here an Episcopal, Methodist Afflicted. aui] She tingj and Shirting;
: of Cuba, was somewhat rebuked by our Palatka, Nov. 4, 1351. 202m.Notice. also, 121 wide KleUeJ Sheeting, and douuutio Jacksonville, Dee H, 1& .-*.
SYRUPS and Ale
Baptist, Presbyterian, and Catholic government. The best information that we I COUGH Ashthmatic and Consumptic dicated Cigarettes Hepatic ,. goods of every description.CAUPETI Savannah Morning News and Charleston

church, and a school has been recently established -: have, as to the character of the despatches Pills, derangements of the Liver, ;Spleen, I *GS. *c. cury JfU please copy the above and merit once *

English and Classical, which, it is of lI. Crittenden, shows that he exhibited &c.; Tonic PilLs and Bitters, for the Dyspeptic; I MONTHS after date I will present the ac Ingrain, Entry an4 stair Carpeting. CarpetBags
intended shall not be second to of the II orders as unnecessary and cal- Antalgic Pills,Ointments, and Tinctures, for the SIX of vouchers of William Scott, deceased Boots, HOt$.dJ Umbrella, Ready 3LLdCClothing&e. I _ _
relief
any of
Ncphutie, Utarine,Rheumatic and .
culated to do no gooJ." gouty Administrator of the Estate of Hickman &c.
same kind in the South. fcAXUWVALS pains; Pccnitetme Pills, and Mixtures, for arresting King deceased,to the lIon. Judge Probates of I CcluniiiaComityTaxCoHe.nofsSalfiBY /
Talk of Its health and speed Jy, (cito, tuto jecunde,) neucous and I t JE1iEl.RY- '
,
your Augustine Alachua county,and to be discharged from further virtue. <>f authority vested in me by lAw,I
BCFPINGTOX IIOtSE, Patent Lever and SilvVatehes.lJEarrings
beauty: its equanimity of temperature, 'its AT other discharges from the urinary organs; Styptic administration of said estate. I| L'l.ine expose for sal. ia front bf the Cot

accommodations and.in fine, its superiority i [Coi. S. BrFFixoxox, Proprietor.] I for uterine and other Haemorrhages; Antihy- W. W. SCOTT,AJmrof tbe ,Breastpins, Fiuger Rings,studs,Wriat Howe door of Columbia County;on the fir.*Jt..-
G9l Peus with
Pins l
; dropical Ointments, Powders and Potions for < together a large assortmentof
reducing Estate of Win. Scott of June, 1S52 the described tracf
deceased. day following
W
Cut Geo
for 16.-IIM Stephens.Fla Cal.I fine Gilt feilvcred
invalids We know that and Jewelry.Silver Thimbles&c.
retreat Dl. dropsical swellings Cardiacal Pills, for
;
Jordan N Y Dr J M Bohren, Pa: i iHeade < .' By SMITH &oo'nHIE LitAtty's, or parcel of lan.lsitnatcd in paid county on UMSuwannte
(10 ; &C., together with Silver Table and Tea
is I diseases of the heart and
who left a few weeks since, to purification of the blood; ** river vest Li aIl
many ll-6m.
ewnansville, Sept. ingatoa Ferry en a
N Y; .Winter, Ga; Al Richard, 111. Alterative Pills,for the renovation of the consti- pouIlJl;ruw, KiiiveJ, Butter Knires, &a, &.., river
the winter there made I ,containing 400 Btn-
spend \ a precipitatereturn I 18.-A II Jahnson, Chattanooga; J II Foster, tution; Antidysentorie Pills, for dysentery and &0. t acre, o1l'DedyAm '

complaining bitterly of the severe NY; Mr Dickinson, SI Augustine; Mr Barber, diarrhoea; Magic tinctures and Embrocations, fur N o Ice. JTountrjiMercIianU wouid do well to call and 1 ney fur the or heirs 1531.for taxes.ute duo and the State.and eoaaty
tax $97
damp winds. 'j Miss Barber, Fa; E M Moore, W M Davidson & the speedy relief of nervous affections, especially .LX'MONTIIS after date I shall present my accounts examine my Stock, as the goods will be Mid to rear A. J.T.WRIGHT.county %

Prate upon the illiberality of Jacksonville !I Lady, Save those of females; Disinfectant and Prophyleotic i j and vouchers as the Administrator of hem as cheap aj they can buy in Savannah.The Sheriff Ex 0-Scio-Tax CTtor.Alligalor .

ask those who know us who ave visited us 1" 4.-fr Eeniett, E Titus, P Demcre, Moses Washes, (the former secure against infection and the Estate of John G. Ziriax, deceased,'late of Subscriber thankful to the public for the Dec. 13,181L deel84dU
: the latter neutralizes by a chemical process,any I I Monroe county, to the lion. Judge of Probate of patronage heretofore bestowed upon him,hopes by
and put our liberality to the test. We do 2.-eo)1 Payne Judge Bronson, Lady & contagious viens with which one may chance to Monroe county, and shall at same time apply to strict attention to business to merit a continuanceof '

not mean those who have special interest at t daughter, C Gibba, 11 A D Gridley & Lady, come in contact;)Colic Syrups,for children; Dis-I i I said Court for a discharge from said Administration the some U. W. BARTON. ., The United States gaIt

stake in other places, but those who look at : X \ : S M Bril, Troy: Saratoga Spr'gs; cutients, for swellings, pimples freckle, &c.; of said estate. Jacksonville Sept. 25, 1851. 3m. 'Steamer 1VANANHOE, Jearwilatkc
\Vhijplo. Tnion N Y; Thomas Put- Salve, for sores; Unguents for itch, scaldhead, All persons interested are desired to take no-
things with the eye of reason, and do not allow I Vil every Motn..iy morning,it S o'clock, Ibr
lard King &Pneen. Paey&Lady,Phila; burns,&c.;Collyria,for sore eyes; Dcntiefices and tice. NICHOLAS SMITH,Admr. Enternrise! MelUbv31e, and interioediat liwk-
their feelings to be swayed by prejudice.The S W French, NY; W L Clark & Ld Michigan Collutorics fur the teeth and gums; and various Key West, Nov. 13, 1851. 6m. Groceries Groceries! lags, iariog excellent aecommod-Uion-i nSausis-.

misanthrope who In his crazed imaginings I ;W Hobbs Lady & Child, ; T E other remedies are manufactured to order on JUST RECEIVED 'T-er Sdfr Melrose direct gere'' and connecting each way with the ladia-

supposes every man .a rogue, cannot Bnckman, Fla chemical and pathological principles universally Notice. New York, a full and well selected assortment nah rnite.t State'3IaiI Boats.' For fr fjhtv *

but expect to have a like judgment meted I' 21-lenr J Sadler, Fa; Smue E Rice, MdJ recognized by the profession, and generally kepton of G GROCERIES adapted expressly for lasiore apply on .
out to him but he vhose social A GoodLiad. Suwannee; Ingerol hand at the Brick Office of Oil. liAKEli, S MONTHS afterdate, the undersigned administrator family use, consisting ia part of: Ne'w York City r- boardL.H.. ROSSIGXOU
; temperament Wen?tS. 22.-Ur. Tah83e; opposite the Court House. of the Estate of Thomas Jones, cured Hams Shoulders and Bacon, Sides, Mew ,Cq4at*.
is what it should be-who possesses liberal I Madison. PRICE per bottle, phial, box,&c., with directions deceased,Ute of Alaehu*county, State of Florida Pork, Fulton Market Beef Pickled and Smoked Pilatka,Nov.27, 1SM. dee-ttf:,' '

views-not wishing every one to think j n_-a, ..-_- for their use, $1,03 1, will exhibit hi account and vouchers before 3ecf Tongue, Smoked Selmon and Beef, Cologne i '-:
with himself, cannot fail to be happy here. |I .:Notice.-- PRESCRIPTIONS in exteiso, with medicines -\I the Honorable Judge of Probate for said county Sausage* Makerel Codfish Irish Potatoes, :ngar BY, & OF A DECREE _tbltc..n

We would not boast of ,$5,00 in hand, and from $1 to $100, accord- and pray for a final settlement and discharge from ; Lemon,Boston, Soda and Abernethy Bia- Chancery for Madiaon county will.*-
our superiority; j!!; rTTOHE2d quarter the 3d year of the Female ing to contract and the nature of the case, when the saidetate.Wm. cults: Smoked Herrings, Goshen Batter, Leaf poe for sale, upon the lee day of January nxt
would prefer enjoying our happy quiet; i M. lJtitutt.will comence o the 1st Mondayin the cure is complet.ed; or,in incurable cues,when H. WA RD,Admr.4By Lard, Catsup, Pre.serve and Pickles, Dried and beforetho Court flouse door in the town Bf Madaon -'

but when a person or persons whose interests 'I' Terms for admission, the sameI the relief promised is afforded. Special contracts J.C.HATELY.hisAtty. Green Apples, Dried Peaches, a choice selection ,fifty-fix negro slaves the property of UM eF

be elsewhere employ an obscure I I havebeenpreviously advertised.Dec. made in chronic cases, when desired. Oct. 30,19jl. 6tn. and assortment of Stoart' Refined Candies, &e. tale W .?. H.Butler,deceanedyTernu .

under the title of Invalid to write personate to distant I I I 23, l .l. 3w. Orders from a distance, with money enclosed, I n __ ,The undersigned would also respectfully inform one-third cash.glance in ODe'or Iwo. .
: will meet with prompt attention. his old customers and the public in general, that years. "R. G. MAY,
papers alluding to us as illiberal and Goddin & Webb, Jacksonville, Dec, 12, 1851. tf 4I i Notice. he has on bond in addition to the above, llloDu.

destitute we feel called upon by every principal CONTRACTORS ABTD 4 LLjPERSONS having any demands against A FULL (AND BY lII\t ELF CAREFULLY November 22, 133k -

of reason, honor, of philanthropy, to BUILDER.J. For Sale.II the estate of William Vinzant, late of Columbia SELECTED) STOCK OF DRY GOODS, 27.tds'w

hurl back the charge with indignation into FLA. THE Residence of the Subscriber, ] county them duly, deceased authenticated, are hereby within requested the time to of almost every quality and name, suited for the GREEKS TYPE FaZZN .
present
the face of him who makes it. Truly the I I l JOiTLD Y izens of respectfully Jacksonville inform and their the surrounding fellow-eft- I: near the Episcopal Church.* Persons J prescribed by law or they will be barred,and all SOUTHERN MARKET.His Co. 123 Fulton Street, Sun Building.New Yoray.

writer of that communication is deservingof that they are prepared to execute work wishing a bargain are invited to examI I persons indebted to said estate are requested to stock consists of a well selected assortmentof No 17 Canal Street Row,New Orleans.' :
I I
a golden statue to be exhibited in every i countr. various branches of their profession with inc the Premises. Titles good, andpossession J make immediate payment to the undersigned. Staple, Dry and Fancy Goods, Ready Made To Xrwupaper Publishers and Prtatcrv.
market j I given unmcdiat ly. JAMES VINZANT Adm. Clothing Cutlery Hardware together withcCroccery confidence invite the Trade before"
place and forum. What interest has neatness and despatch, and are determined, DANIEL. WITH ,
J. M.
kin thus j! experience and business not to be Alligator, Nov. 13. 1851. 3m. ,Glassware, Boots and Shoes,Hats and Cap. purchase elsewhere, to gtve m. rf
writing! He would have think though hbits. Jockso-iville Nov. 20 1331. tf.
us by any establishment Saddlery; in short every variety of Goods usually all at No. Fulton street New York,oral No.
his only object is, regard to the comfortof I kept in a Dry Goods Store. 17 canal street Row, New Oilcan waer I am

those leaving happy homes-not to run SASH BLINDS, AND DOORS, Eight Sections of Land Notice. All kind of country produce taken in exchangefor relY to furnish them with all kinds of BOOK AX>

the risk of their precious lives by stopping 8 well a the more enlarged branches of building On the Santa Fee River, Alachua County, WITHIN terms of the Statute, in such cases Goods,at the highest market-price VF.W!PAPER Tim of the newest and most bea *
will meet their strict attention. Terms as accommodating and 1 will to the
I provided apply tiful style. lain also prepared to supply the mesh
at this fen of All the Gooda will be sold reasonable
reptiles where every I possible, and all orders will be punctually [East Florida.] lIon. Judge of the Circuit Court for tueEastern upon very dmired f cotcli letter having lately procured
Customers would do well to call "
breath is poisoned by noxious vapors, and attended to. A share of the public patronage Sale. Circuit of Florida, for leave to cell the land belonging terms. and examine from Scotland a series of these beautiful face,
Sold for themselves
be at Public
ears are filled with the horrid music of theAlligator's is respectfully solicited. dec52ly. To to the Estate of William Scott,late of he assured beforepurchasing that will elsewhere together with every variety ot form an..uem.OrO&'UJlEV'.U.A'IDJoBBt >
being fully none nn-
bellow the rattlesnake's obedience to An act of toe first General Assembly I Columbia county,deceased. go away TTTK ouDI'IG.&e. ,.
or warn- suited the ami the asked
IN as regards good priced
ing-better remain at f he North better J. F. Sanderson Chapter 60, and "under the direction W.W.SCOnYAdrnr.By for thcny/ MORRIS KE1L. I feel a.aircd that the elegance and accuracy" i
come Governor I will offer at public solo for SMITH O'BRIEN manufactured bee "
of the Corner Df all the j3"ypc by mer cannot
Ocean & St.
to Augustine, where everything is so beau. ATTOHXET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, cash in the town of N ewnaUlviUlt Alachua coun- His Attorney's. % Bay. surpassed by any Founder in the Uuioax By aa!
Jacksonville Nov. 13 1351. t1
tiful. Stand up, Mr. Invalid,and spell common removed bis office from Columbia ty,on Tuesday the 23d dll.yof December next Alligator, Sept. 6,1351.-lltf. entirely new method in the mixing and *sr gI) 4

sense; you write like a sick man truly: flAVING to Jacksonville, Duval County the following tracts of land to wit I The S.hf. of am enabled to maintain of thsrwmpo
section 7. the W. hf. of section 8, W. hf. of section nent of the metal and thus fa.
don't you feel pale? But have respectfully informs his friends that he will con Notice. JOSEPH mODE jiarts tapnAieev
you our 17, E.hf. of section 13, sections 19, 20,21,29, addition to an elegant the mosto/H niufrfwifc1'ypet *-
sympathy, and we earnestly hope the health tinue the practice of his profession, as formerly.of 30 and 32-amounting to five thousand and nine trUE Firm of H. O. Moss & C9., of Jackson- Cheap Clothing heretofore offered to th.'faWie.' TothlcVa
Ha
will at each Term
both of your body and mind will be greatly the attend and every of ty-seven 6S-100 acres. ,East Florida, having been dissolved on AND >* t feature I would in part eubr call your altion **--
Circuit Court in Counties
the several
lands selected under the Act of the 22d March, 1351,-those owing the late firm of Is
improved by visit there. The above were $ for solidity and durabiUty Type ,-
Now what your does the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of Congress of the 3d March, 1&15,entitled D act are requested to make early payment at their old Dry Goods Store. the principle of economy* of the greatest importance
this
philanthropic individual Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme supplemental to the act for tie- admission of Florida store now occupied by Ambler & Hoeg. to all typographers The members of th.-
Why he tells Court at Tallahassee, and tho U. S. Court at &.. H. O. MOSS, ) Surviving ONE DOOR EAST Of J. FIXEGAS'8. BIT STREET,
saT us a very pretty and Iowa into the Union and for other purposes craft will aim Aud.meftlad.Y'to supply all kinds of
tory this facilities for reaching the oldest Augustine. All business entrusted to his care ," and represented as mostly "rich ham- D. Q.A\lnL R.. 5 Partners. JACKS \VIJ.LE. FLA. 4 PRltI ,OSUCK Fc srrcBi, for the establishment --

town in the country. He tells I will receive prompt attention. mock" and "first rate pine," and distant from Jacksonville, Nov. 20, 1851. -4w., .\ t received his Fall Stock'orF Shi na- coaiplete PrintinrOffices.such as Prnwt.

ride the immense distance you you can I Address-.J. P. A'ASDEESOX, Jacksonville, Newnansville, the County town, about 7 miles. ble Clothing and Dry Goods of all denoriptions Wood Type, Cue ;- Swds, rass, Press And(
of eighteen miles tyuval County, Florida. They will be sold in the usual sectional subdivisions V which he is prepared to sell on reasonable Wood R c..Lwo.n.n8 Stooea(kmipeeiig Sticks.
tn the, brief twite of lout hours!! Oh! Oh Jacksonville Jan. 17, 1850. tf for the purpose of satisfying the claims Notice. terms for CASH. He. mention t?in part of his Brass and Wood Galleys, RigleU (,RwkV.

Oh wghs the reader of his letter. One against the Tallahassee [Capitol Fand. MONTHS after date I will present my ac- stock. 1. T ,

would think the "Invalid"had to O'JGen.: James A. Peden can at all timls W-Sl. R. HAYWARD, SIX as the Administrator on the Estate ol A, large qua1lttio/Jf J and Boy Oid"rp taken in eaehi&iIge rr II.If9'enI*
3,000 gone sleep be found at the office of CoL J. P. SAHDEBSOX for Trcas. &Ex. Off. Comm. of Tallahassee Fund. Joshua llogans deceased to the Hon. Judge of Ready Made Clothing; Call per lb. The trads-denItwith on the meet ftb.rsI'f

years ago, and just awoke to tell the the performance of professional service, and will November 4, 1831. nor.l3-td. Probate for Columbia county, and ask for a final ,:.! Ginghamn, Cottons, terms. and patronAge solicited oa tbe.ponad d )
world with what lighlnir speed the stages also attend to the business of the latter gentleman settlement and allowance of the same;and of my GothsSCatsinteres 'urnishing la tIe rarrUnser aa article.with which ,

travel;those "comfortable tlaffes," whichwe daring the occasion of his absence. to hire, by the month or year,8 discharge from the adminUtrallon of said estate. $ he will be pleased and which"will bring 'bim' Uk*,

cannot better describe Deo. 25, 1851. Wanted able bodied hands white or colored. ,ESTHER HOGANS VestingtiMens worth of his money. v. _-
than by paying, will be and prompt ? % I Administrator.. And Bow Hats,.Caps,'Boots and _Sheet. ,Editors Printers wishing o wUMLA *New*. .
jmagine such given
a dry-goods box with neither inlet Sale of tbe Steamer Pampero. For good wages ALSO Alligator Oct. 2, 1851' 6mSherUl' Together with a variety of paper or Job Printing Office, will be famished
,nor pallet, and with horses looking much pay insured. ? with an estimate in detail of the cost by.-aUtiBg
,wore like going to the stable than to BY virtue of decrees bf tho District Court of For Sale On accommodating .terms, a'Brick FANCY AR'licLES; size of paper and kind of work to be execnted.*

"No Augustine. United States for the Northern District Yard with its fixtures, a number of eligible build- Sale., lIe respectfully Invitesacali from Town and Publishers of Newtspers wha'win-iusert w.--
; no, Mr. Invalid, if people have of Florida, in two several causes of the United inrflots, one improved ditto, Garden Farm, and. Court Country customers and assures them that for, advertisement three tbtke and-send me the ..
ever seen a horse or even an'ox, they will SUtei against the &2njer Pamnero, her tackle timbered lots,of any site from 5 to SO acres, shin I WILL expose to sale in front of the, cheapness and good quality his goods are unsur' 'fcrscontaininsit addrtsaedto.."NesfciU'Bqrift

not be induced to pay you their respects by apparel and furniture,and by virtue of an order J.immediate vicinity of J.ksonyUto.-Apply. HOMO in the town of Jacksonville, on the usual fleetMonday ) passed. Ali at the sign of the Giant's Red tel.t "Sew Yor .wiB be paid i* saM.ris1sSt7-
of sale to issued from said Court I will ell BAKER. : in December next, between,the. six time
.riding over a road where me : at to' JOS.*v Cap'C' Oet,3a,185Utfl manufaetnre proTided they purchase tikf a
they travel
nctt neck.oreaking with mblie auction to the highest bidder the said Jacksonville, Doc.4, ?.. ** tf., hours of sole, following described proJty.tow amount ottheir buster., adperti -*.. -
velocity. Talk to us of iteamor Pampero her tackle apparel and furniture i* *U that tract situate lying, and being oa '_ ..lL dR

twelve miles an including stoppages at Jacksonville Fla., on Saturday the 17th -, Bread Gate & Pie Bakery Old Field branch in Duvat county,Florida. ;about Direct mjrtatiotauis. .No'. 12'3 Fulton;,''rot"en.. .
creek "bounded
anel'we will listen to your day January next. Terms cash. tWQ miles north-( Julington bseribers' have just receded, direct, No i7C&nahitRowN.4leI
philanthropic 'a the Pn0 that we have ndq Southeast and West by .lands'formerly .
tJJe. But'when mills to inform 0 North, THE a.--ij "
persons can reach N K. By a further decree of the Court.the the Manufacturer la England and I Jan. 9. ,
Frederick dee.,
us at the town a&d the of fleetly,
to -
4lt rate in the first class Pictures, )Mirrors and other apparel and furnitureof -1: full'preparations With to, supply excellent READ.PIES. belonging lands belonging estate to tfathaniel Hartly,the United made expressly 10 order, a aplended assortment el r. , .4'a. ..\
steamboats and and
find themselves the Steamer Pampero seized and other purchasers.. very Double and Single" BrrelGUNS,, PISTOLS1POWDER. :-\.gricnttllral' rel
on shore con ,
in of Sonucerall
Joseph,
a delivering and
place which now States, the estate
where CAKES we are
& ., .
every comfort demned under another libel, will be sold at auction hundred fify.fonr FLASKS. 'SHOT BELTS, PERCUSSION purehasctd the entire s+oek:
three and -
awaits '
of customers aid tract containing
themwhere at the houses tr dee.f flAYING
.
the regularly clIJN.WADDING
'
sea breeze at same time and place above stated, to wit of expressing our less together.with all the end every. iniptttaente front Afesart.
reaches them take this acres more or ;
refined and purified bypassing on the seventh day of January next at 12 o'clock, ,' We, for the liberal Opportunity eviifenoei of encouragementwhich ;improvements thereon erected. p.nd will be .sold variety. of SKJ 5 ainarathS: Aeb ter. the wuleitfgned'would aaatai.:.
twenty miles through the healthy M. at thanks while in favor of C. S. Emory, 4 & ;(>A&iv & CfUOAilA.- the public that theybiaat greatly-i crea 4stocktmbraclnjbffyes '
and execution
pine fore8t Jacksonville.JOIIN we hare already received, rellpect.fully to satisfy an 155 & Charleston Hotel. *" "-.qjI'.t
Mectiu opposite
imparting an Invigorating stimulant to T. MYRICK asking t continuance of the same, feel warranted Admr'and Rebecca E. Read,Adm'x of tko estate 204w.. grer p.p.
Cbarlos&onS.-C. Nor. 14. l2L
U8..Marshal.s .' articles generJty.rb.fohwdeecriptt e
the most delicate lungs which in claiming for the Bread which we offer O( Calvin Road.dee.Property : : ,
medicine D OEO. J. ZEHN AUER. ** Agricultural ,aa4 ,-_-.
could / in all the essentials which seLfgl inl\10rlgage.
:< never effect they are not likely to : ." 'Deputy. Marshal.Bee. auaHi.es make the unsurpassed staff of life palatable,pure,and whofeK go- *)Wi G. SMtT1 ,"Sheri!: Hardware,"Direct' Importation.rglHE .. piemenV *f every variety,of_th* nM|KiffnftM

;would ew such a place, to pass overtt road which 18, 18S1 WU to>me. We shall continue to use the- best:floor* '. T.N., "McCORMiCK- V.p.Sh'f., SubscrIber'dafly' receiving direclJL unproved description materal;*five'(ec-tsmen hiibitpov., 'eorrI4 ot efejgrdeteriptioa .u
reouire robust health to of experienced Bakerjortifies 'Oc : td.Duval .: Maonfactorie in : ;
endure the which In the bands an :from the Europe a complete braw foattcienv-crabraeing eivety artsetsf

fatigue of, to. find a residence whose heavy Daguerreotypes us .in promising our- customeif' ,good Bread, assortment of HARDWARE, CUTLERY,r 4 ia their'line,faebWinJ sa.aoetsasqe i.
M*And negfccted business mIlE &0; '. Jcc., which wifl be sold on reasonable terms., .; .
would render-life undersigned baring returned to Jackson- T &e;.manufacturers'price .i
where with. Sheriff Sale.
furnUhed anef&m1Ues any ; County _STItOIIECEER- &EUBANK.IM .V. .
M 'agonizing torment of JL yule with hU Sky Light Daguerrean, PATi- Tickets : :'MrseEt.t.A"lIocs.-ROU 'and f
see 'too the I effect nonentity.* 'We Ion, would respectfully oScr' this as a favorable in the limits of the town supplied at an early hour VIRTUE of lie authority rested In me byLaw. Meeting St.opposite Charleston' Hotel. ,lack screws store and cotton 1nIob. .
it has t&t.
WipoaadTise .v rt dAy. W -fwISafCOOWIAJr.nor BY fat sale before the CourtHouse CbIestoaNov.14, )_ w., bvdrsulisrsfsfti.
yourself opportaniy to all those who wIehsanpeb1Ikenea3 ., I shall expose row',.roftdjscr pers,
aflAwoald you, .at the: themselves or Mends with the Tory best Anlsh. : door in the town of;Jacksonville,'.county patenl'-chains to facflitateUie dia 1II&11 I'

opening. of lpri Jg 1.oa hope to possess lile..u& .;: How-is the time procuring a fine and beautiful, 27-tf. of DisTal,on the first Monday in January, nest, TaxColIectorVSale..' .andFrenehburrmBa.ltMilUfcoro ;..-
ideas, come, to oqr town where wticja for Christmas and New: Years Tiresents, ----- -- between the usual hours of sale the following pro- '&Ddra.. f&rnisreik* .
:
1Dfy cheeks and laughing pretty I I. such u a Gold Breast Pin, Locket or Bracelet, or Wanted. .' terty to wih That certain lot piece or parcel,oi' :U'V.VIRTUlf r.the p 1rer-'Hted lit ne bJ p and smrt mffls ais'ews,jum irene
turn-where eyes meet you.1"> a floe Paper Maehia Caw inlaid with Pearl;or fine .SITUATION" M.eachartT. the ** ** land, situated lying:and*being,in th6. town ,o! Law,1 shall expose for sale before the Courl bolting clo.ths, picks reed. ahattie aaiLjensis .

LTCVL.cd with the soft breezes are load. Morocco Caws of any size, at a low rate;call and A' :''signed and Lady both ofwliom. arGeortrians Jacksonville,Duval county and Slat of florida,' H01IIJO'.l1uor-.the,$awn ef 1 Jacksonville coontjef P ftnding for cotton and woottea jne.tesM. ;.' "
sweeten examine Duval,oo the first Monday:in February 1S88between.thc .TooL & j.
perfume-wher businm r at the Pavilion on the lot between the by birth and education.They hare the advantage known ffcUUUMft*** **(*T1,the 'plan/or pat'If. .. JtLJ". M.tcuirnt;' *,
Jlo risbe .spend your1uiet !i houses of Mrs. Hall.and Mfr Gtothe. of two yearMJtperieoca te the 'business said town as lot numbaiftour,'in j.uare numbertw legal,hours ofesalethe following d agency f .T&riou..at.cI..teuift maankitsie.,,
with the elite of evening I ,JA5"1k.-HATkIAWAY.,. tlsfactcryref-rwioea8( ,to .abilityoaalifteafion ,bounded North'by1'nytlr street Last by scribed property er M Much.thereof as will' 73thetai J we sbfl prepared al att tlme J JJVb. ii ..

Dther entertaining ecoantf7. !- Jacksonvflle'fle .'18,'1851.-St.. '- and can.gin, fee.. *A.female Academy in somejv1ngyWsgeofI1orldiW0al4 Market': street, Wed by 'lot number,A,. of,said and County,Taxes doe thereon. forth_ species ofmichiit the 1Ibo. ; :' ,
Yonfnusl Five Hundred and Twenty
conversation. tawit
at"
News please insert St. be preferred, and .South' by let: Dumber t of mad year | prioN
:nmember there'are 'thoEe who read if : : \uare.. with- all and singular the ten -I eighl Aer of innd.lituate*lying,and-fccin:;iith t .TheEI aDd' -
.
.r buL be bs4tbsUxDzasr0rEDwQU1d ,Together
'lo not an4 you if this cannot ;; *-iampof ?Bs't PottsSmrj'Creek" and 1 S lOW fr t1ipsn.l. _'- .
thereuntobelonging d .
. who' hare : \
Reo, a geography .i'p r take charge of ana1e scbeoL menU,heriditenMn-tttad appurtenances Scties. the'Plat,o r ," .. .
J "I JtVlAl: numbiod aa Ffty.eus upon "
J5cientJl,often to know_60mcthmg of 10A1i SrXlIONTHSfSS.dSf':I:thall.pwwnlt ay .' ,ddress.the undenlgnel at Giecavifie,Ga. 411' 1n uywll appt't-&i11iDg.t:Jat'r1, ,..To.JlAhlp'r afe'*IU g &
W'SLAC the properly of Samuel 8peneer. > : if Smmau *' .
l. to the HoIL.1adge And Probate of : final atticment ., t Od;16,1S5t.; ": J.tt-oHV JIB execution issued from the Cire1l Court I- the heir t n'"M'.ws.-Messrs. PadelfurO, Fjiy ft COol
now, dear re .der this Columbia eounty, for a ., > ATor'of'Th 'Florida.' Said Land being owned by oFranci.
< 185J in { llWW. i .
Term
invalid at; : t val county.May & W>b-ter. it td S&-tt
Denslow
.
tempt remInds Us as the Administrator of the Estate of Noel .- : the Plaintiff..tEt1. .. Gw.1wi,or owner unlmoWH. $w ?
of- a ur ain member 0' 'a, lUulison '.--: _' 'JOn'pnISTISO. *. J onu. Prorierty mInted Gut bI -" > URlAU'BOWOF.Y. ''fleir.toci.tsLet, {fA port of theM1hwibse-.
philanthropic soc'cf WILLl4 ;U. S"UTH, ShtrilJ'. ttclw Which are of tUe bcit, zUty.
y' once tttablMied in [ RAULISON : T tA vtc.rr.n.. dj ,
: h\nlf : .
: N-'r"A ji. y- f.XECWTEW tT.'I .1 NO."o"RICE.Dtp. "

nland. He met a knife-grinder in\ AJ1j.tor.pr.s.I. $_ I. \dmUWtratvr.' ,, "njHf 4)FFICr4r : Jacksonville By,.December.4, Jl. .". Id.. Jat1tjontite. ;1-1110. .:",xov.- -,6, U51.. .13444 .-_ tsLiouabea9. ,tatt't st1.tF' ,

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TBE\'FLORIDA= : 7, !LLLates at LctterPoittag between office In : talte-\IeAIUfO in;recommcndLaylU" ." -"YDun'b' '-.ft"'most'. ,/BRITISH. 4' &l2PJS
REPUBLICAN : BOSTON. & GUNBCOTN t .J 'm ', ;L n.W T uablomedicCi'

4-Z',iII'11BLlSlmDETEn1'DmiSD TA.T' _- "" "* L- ,theUnttedStateaaud.to oAQd.rou: } .,; ," "'. T.' ,'.. BVCIOIAN'4.T .. THE .f 41 R't GUIDE. -
f FACTORS trpmand after the 0 -
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,.Jacksonville,JDuTal County E. F.,by .. -i. AND* jf*. 14 ." i\::4. ..: ,., .. mEtMOST-CERTAINN1.S.E ;, :' ,. -
i- : C O L UMB U S'.ti; il E W.i. COMMISSIOS.MEUCHANTS. 'F i e letter in .manuscript or' paper ; '
THE
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.' J ; aENERL c Df any which information shall'be "tlt t K. l'i s tJ-I Siir i I take pleasure ia .NoM"Gold&redt YOJ

'TuJ i.-Three DoDara pet.anntm,'payable' r* 'Cor"1 y and fJefferson.'Streeta,'-,: I asked communicated "writing, or,by mark DIARRHOEA expressing to you my approbation r.'oar'Indian .'C9TNuubli5k the fouf 1.ajt-

V 'NA ,OA ./ *' or signs sent by mail,the;rates mentioned fPNIQ' Loxicnst asa family 'medicine. I have'nscit O44ILTO .. and Iaek1rOO4'
upon ordering thel'aper. *. '" ," :table,shall be ; and for every additional :AND; .0 |, with good.IUccesf.. Yobr e8pC Wi1iT.i 1agalin.a *C6 whisk thl1W, ;.
*becrfpttons if sot paii before the expiration JOHN BOSTON! JOIIN'll.OUNBY.Octobez ]hal OUce-or chare : an onnoe above'the DYSENTERY '. 1. !.ty commenced the pubUeat1cnltnrsi.ivork .. or.T ftteat-A-
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fflia tf. -: in this table an additional'aigl a : CAlled : -- .. .
jrear;are charged $4.JloVertis'omenta 3..181.f ,' ,' < J k onvm ,'N ". .1851. "
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will be Inserted at tho following I rate i to charged.. _' : Which has ever been presented tothe'pQbUc? :','Fa! ( !
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that GddiAgrkuliire
MrFoinse'tt--ThiS Trill infbrni for
: you
E. : MOOilE needs
no "
& CO. itsownuieritnn& "
? twelvolineg!)for. It stands upon ,
I'S ( rrfte 9 Dollar. per square ( -- several yean lave suffered iuek ., different 'O\r f
Centa for ubztent GENERALCOIimSSION i.14. puffing. IT'Is JOT FAILED ,TO, CUREIN times from ChronieDiarrhces. Ibave triod your;13-yllJ nY Sirnus, F.a.S.o Ediaburp
the flrtt,and Seventy-Five every : author of th* .f Boo" o/tlIr "
liberal A SINGLE Indian Loxecnst and.received an entire jrelief Frziiit- &,AG..
Advertisers a INSTANCJ. sisteLbyJohaPLNoyon
\ Insertion. yearly DIROHNS' a ... ,Vaiuable la 'compoundedfrom and have no reason to doubt its being permanent. j Jtl.A.11f. HateD
'ffIlIS preparation Professor of S
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dlaeountwill be zn 4e. All transient Advertise- ;. 8'8"S _u.-. several medicinal roots growing in the Believing It tobe -ft duty which I owe,to the afj j 1ee. "c.; &6.3 ..j\tricult1l3.jQ-.' ,'... Co
menta(except by persons haTing running account (Smctts new ,) 0 t Wilds of'Florida': ,It is PCEELY and WHOLLY Dieted r present you this certificate, wbiclj yod J j jcan Ibis higUyyaluablo, : fa.

with the office) must be paid for previous to publi- W'Archone I .O. Vegetable, and designed nPEcuLLT.for'the cure use aa you' think proper. 1 will also say; f largo royal octavo volumes"ork.wD.1It., eontain .
<*J 219 Say-Street(, Savannah,.Ga. it of the above disease. The Inventor and Proprietor that in conversing with many who have used your with 13 QVn0)
eatloa., 4 .' medicine hat not found ono who did not re- pages w.ai-ipIwdWite el
.. 11 is 'fully convinced thai if is an invaluable and more than 600 eDgtatfap.
Persona at a distance can govern'their remit-. E. M. MOORE, N. M.IlAntus. ?& O- .OCta. I.' Medicine,- In fact the test, that he has<*given it celve relief., highest style of tie engravings uti flut/aUng wo ;"UIw

tlanets for advertising, by the following rates: Oct. 23, 1851. tf E in tho town In which he resides;and the,aston JOHN.CL'EY,, implement of husbandry,, 'la almost ef7
.' WnEX ..Cts. Cts..Cta. saSsing Baceesa with which it has met, warrantshim Paator Methodist-Church, Jacksonville.' 111I8 b1 tD W
"' months PRErl. farmers, the t.methodi
'!. One square. J(:twclvoiinco') published-six' oo I Joseph S. Baker, EL"D Weighing 4 oz. or under,being in saying that it is a POSITIVE CURE : '' l eksonvlle. Dec. 4th 1831.. harvesting & 910
for. do
rates. I . 36 10 15 He has therefore come to the determination to animate in their .
Two squares for ail months, 15 001l PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY Overt oz. and not over 1 oz. 6 1 2 S placo it within the reach of all, knowing how many Dr. E. PoinSfett-Dear Sir: Three parts of a Pictorial feature highest of tho book perfection ia f is."ahort 111,

gal and other Business Cards, per an. 10 00 AND SURGERY. Over 1 oz. and not over I oz. 9 .3 4 suffer with this very unpltisant and often dangerous Bottle of your most'valuable 'medicine called Indian render Jt of incalculable' value unique to ,'a.ud.wll1
12 21 in the Southern and Loxeoust has entirely relieved me of a severe ae.rtudenliagriculture. of
Over 1J and not over oz. Disease, particularly
Office the corner of Market .and oz. 6 . -
creditors 7 00 o I '
Notices to debtors and Forsytfi Over 2 oz. and tfet over 2i oz. 15 S 5 western States. .I attack of Diarrh a. I cheerfully recommend The work ia being'pubUahec11Q
Application for letters administration, 5 00 Streets, opposite the Court J/ousc. WHEN UNFAID.'I 4Th purchasing my "Indian toxecuat" bo your medicine to those similarly afflicted. lumbers of 64 pageeach Semtmonttly I

Notice cf Application for dismissal as Adminis- JACKSONVILLE FLA.. Single rat as above . 5 10 10 15 particular and jook for my written. signature on With T1IAD.respect ANDREWS._yours&e., Steel engravings, and la tfdrt, exclusively'25 eenUor the

lralorfWf .. *- -$1000 Cct1C, tf.N Over i not over 1 oz.. l 2 2) 3 the label. : for the entire work in numbers; or which "5
I tho public below to a few certificates selected ttcn
Over 1 oz. and not overlioz. 3 3 refer will be at least twCtlt.two.1..
*& For announcement of cn.ndida.iesfor office, 5 00 Over li oz. and not over 2 20 r' from among many received from respectable AMERICAN AND FOREIGN '. The. British
oz. r"nodicals.re-publi4hed.-an.
H CO 'S ORCHARD .
T No announcement will bo made unless the annie COR\VI f Over 2 oz. and not over 2i oz. 2 5 50 citizens of Jacksonville. AGENCY follows,via: al
Itt 'the amount GBERT POINSETT. S. I' ,The London t
with
charged- MiddIeto'viaOrange
accompanied a county, 1 NOTE.-From and after the30th June the CITY OF 'V Qnarterlyfl-riew;(ConenatfTt)
Editorial notices for private benefit will be New Yorli. mode of computing the rates 1S1. P. S. Planters should not be without this valuable WASIIIJiGTOy, Tho Edinburg Review, (Whg) n. .cN.nh
-i. letters from one offico within upon the United Medicine. Every family ought to keep it; D1.u, the direction of AA11ON" 1IAIGI1T BritIsh lteviey (Free Church,? The ..W'eatmiAster
double the rate of advertising.
tbarged Fruits, Fruit and Ornamental TREIS, States Territories to another,and also upon on hand. 8J PALMER of New York, and WORTHINGTON Review,X Liberal,) and Elackwoed'i Ejln,
Religious Obituary, and Marriage notices,will j Plants, Sliruliberjr. &c. &c., furnished to letters between or the United States and tho British A. M. REED, principal Agent for Jackson. GARRETTSON SNETHEN of New burgh Magazine, (Tory.) # ; '
tie published gratis.i i Order. North American to be as follows, to Orleans. Attornevs and Oounscllors of the Supreme Although these works are 1IBt1nan1.IPA i.it,.
wit 1rovneeil half an ounce ; ville..J Court of the United States. political shades above indicated, yet but:i small
Communications must be : Single rate
post jmid. November 13, 1S51. Iawtf. double rate, if. etng ounce, but not ACKSONvtLLE.: E. F., August 15th 135]. This establishment ia fjnued for tho following portion of their contents ia devoted to political
exceeding
exceeding an ounce;.treble rate i exceeding aD*' Dear Sir: This"'will inform you that one bottleof objects: subjects. It is JlIer literary character which

'f' J. P. Sanderson .JAS! El. BAKER, ounce, but not exceeding an and ft half; your mcdjcine, called INDIAN LOXSCUST has 1. For practicing law in the Supremo Court gives them tnoir chief value, aad ia.tW ,they
S LAW and so on charging an additional rate for every permanently cured two of my riegroes of a severe the United States, and conducting professional stand confessedly. far above- all other.journala at
''ATTORNEY AND COUSSELLOR AT LAW1II A1'TOINEY..T additional half ounce or fraction of hal ounce. attack of Dysentery. .I consider it an excellent business before Congress. I their class. Blackteood,stiQ under the masterly
Alligator, Coumbia Co., East FloriJa.LLWhit'Smith The mode of computing rates letters to medicine for this complaint, and take great pleasure 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claimsin guidance of Christopher North maintain iU ancient
AVING removed his office from Columbia Great Britain, and to all other foreig in recommending it to the public. law or equity, against tho United States before celebrity and ia, at this time, unusually at
.County to Jacksonville, Duval County & El. O'Brien the British North American excepted, Respectfully 4ours, Congress or the executive Departments or tractive from the serial works Bulwer and tfc-
respectfully informs his friends that he will con'tknethe will remain a at present, under the act of 3d S. D. FERNANDEZ. against foreign Governments before Boards of literary notables written for'that Magaaiav
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, March, ISW, nnd agreeably to appended ToMr.B. Poinsett. Commissioners. and first appearing in its columns both in .Great
practice of his profession, as formerly. Florida. to the table of foreign intrctoL. 3. For tho settlement of accounts with the Britain and of the United States. ..such worksu
Term of Cdumlla Co., East JACKSO.\VILLK:, May 6th, 1831. State Post "The Caitona"and "My New "
Ha will Attend at each and every Aligaor Treastny. War Navy Office, and Novel (both-to
. the Circuit Court in the several Counties of M WHIT SMITH, I U O'BRIEN, DRECTINS.1st. This is to certify it is with ranch pleasure that I Interior Departments and obtaining tho remis- Fulwer,) "My Peninsular Medal" "The Green
jr Office at Alligator. | .)ffieo:1 Newnansvillo. Every or parcel, n |'cxceed'ns halfan announce to the Public that I have'been effectually ekfl of fines,penalties and forfeitures, fur Alleged Hand"dnd other serials, of which numerous
the Eastern Judicial Circuit, tho County of ounco i weight, shall be deemed I single letter cured of the distressing'Complaint! called Dysentery violations of tho revenue, post office or lither editions asp issued by the leading publishers

Hamilton tn'the Mid 1F Circuit, the Supreme S. W. BAKER or rt. by the highly recommended remedy of jaws. fhia country have to be reprinted by those pub
Court at Tallahassee, and the U. & Court at St. 2t. dropletterl or let placed Tin any Mr. E. Poinsett. I had resorted to many things 4. For securing letters patent for inventionsfrom ushers frqm the pages t>f Elaekwood after it hat
his ATTORNEY IT LAW. post office, ;but for delivery but of no avail; I was induced to try his very the United States or from foreign GoiveTn- been iitutd by Messn. Scott & Co.,tv that sub
Augustine. All business entrusted to care JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLORIDA. only, shall be charged. with postage at tho rate of palatable'*ad pleasant Medicine and to my great ments, and procuring land warrantiand pensions scribers to tbe Reprint of that Magazine may always -
will receive prompt attention. f 9 ono cent each. satisfaction was completely cured within-a few under the various pension laws of the United rely on having the earliest reading of.these

": Address-J. P. &.\\, CUSON Jacksonville Reerenc 3dEach deputy postmaster, whoso compensation days and have not been troubled since with thatso : Stafcs. fascinating tales.
DsiraL Col&MW Ftnrnl t Ion. '. D. Georgia. for the last preceding fiscal year (ending tho much dreaded disease.I 5. For collections generally embracing debts, TERMS per annum.
Jacksonville. Jn. 11, 1330. tf 18J1. : tf 30th June) did not exceed$2 may send throughthe nm happy to say other immediate cures bare legacies, and inheritances in tho United States For any one of the four Reviews $3 00
1Iucl2. mail all letters and receive and countries For two do
himself come under my own observation within a few foreign any 5.00
-- --- --- through the mail all written communications days.: 1 cheerfully add my mite to the already 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of. For any three do TOO

McQuesa'PIcIntosIi OSSIAH B HART, addressed t9 himself,on his bnsinesi,which great amount of testimony with regard to your the States or Territories of the Union, and loaning For all four of the Reviews, 8 00

ATTORNEY AT LAW, shall not exceed in weight one half ounjc, free of Valuable Medicine. I am, rcgpccfully, &c., moneys on mortgage of real estate lying For Blaekwood'a Magazine, 1.00
ATTORNEY LAW, r postage. This docs not authorize them to frank M. I1EARN, Jr. therein. For Blackwood and three Reviews '9 00
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern KEY \VEST, FLA., any letters unless written by themselves, and on To E. Poinsett,Esq. 7. For investment of funds in United States For Blackwood and the four Review 10 00

I' the United States District Court at St..Augustine Practices in'tho United States and State Courtsof their private business only ; nor does it authorize and State stocks and loans collection of the dividends For Farmer'a Guide [complete in 22 k0*.] 5 00
Circuit; the Southern District of Florida. them to receive free of postage any thing but 'JACKSONVILLE, May'21, 1S1. thereon and,generally for the transaction Payments to be made in all cages in advance.

; the Supreme Court Tallahassee ; July 10-tf written communications addressed to themselves : pear Sir : I consider it to be a matter of duty of all business pertaining to a law, loan, and +, CLUBBING. _
*and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of and on their private business. to inform you that I had been laboring under a banking agency. A discount of *rnt,1f-jire per cent from the

Qorida against tho Government at Washington, JOHN C. HAT E L Y I very violent Attack of Diarrhoea,which baffled the All communications a.dJre"seJ..t postpaid,. to- above prices will be allowed to ClubS ordering
NtwpapcrRateg, yer quarterirlien entJrom skill of two Physicians, and rendered me unable Messrs. Palmer & Snethen. American and For- four or moro caries of any one or more\of the
-titbjfefurc Congress oral tho Departments. ATTORNEY AT LAW. the office of publication, to actual and bpntfjideubs'ribcrs to do any work. But fortunately when about to eign Agency city of Wash'ngton, will receive above work Thna: 4 copies of Blackwoud or.

'OCJ ADDREUS, Jacksonville, g.ist FloridcC. OFFICE.NEWNANSVILLE $ : ** give up all hope of ever obtaining relief I heard prompt and faithful attention. one of the Kevicw will bo sent to one address for

Ii&ay2.lSO tf From after the 30th of June, 1851, for eahnew8IJ of your "INDIAN LOXECUST( ," and Ute use PALMER & SNETHEN, $9I copies of the four Reviews. and Blackwood.
KAST FLORIDA. not exceeding three ounces in weigbt, nf- five Bottles has entirelY- restoredmo to h.ftlth Office No.5 Carroll Place,Capitol Hill. for 39; and so on. -

5ptl tf. the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quar- J 1 take: much pl.rei re ommcnd-yo Medicineo Juy3. lawtf. 5- Orders from Club must be sent direct to.

James W. Bryant, terly in advance. These rates only apply Where t all those who may be similarly afflicted. the publishers, ,as no discount from these.pricescan

COUNSELLOII-AT-LAW 1 United States Mutual Insurance the paper is sent from the office of publication to Yours, &c., BENJAMIN DAVID.To Bounty Land and General be allowed to Agents.,
ATTORNEY AND Agency
actual and bonn Jlde subscribers. E Poiaaett, Esq. Money, current ia the States where issued will
Will attend to Professional business! in tUe Courtsof Company}, Wnsfcington, D. C. be received at par. ,
I WEST POTTSDAM, NEW YORK. JACKSONVILLE, June 27, 1851. ro-:: Remittances and communications shouldbe
in the Federal .
Circuit of Florida and
the Eastcrn 1V.iLICEtt
Court for the Northern District of Florida. EIHCSLEY B. GIBBS Agent .J "S I[ thanks to you for your "INDIAN LOXELJUbT JJ and efficient attention to tho BOUNTY Publishers. LEONARD SCOTT CO,
J. ALSO AGENT ," it is the best I have ever used for the LAX 4.L.AI3IS of officers and soldiers engagedin 79 Fulton rt N. Y.entraneeGold.
I DIAYPOUT- MILLS, DUVAL. CO., F iA. 11 i | f liscas ,and I feel happy in recommending it to the the FLORID WAS, or in either of the LSDIAX
for general Business in the Statef respecting May 22, tf h I public. i ours, truly, WARS in which the U. States have been engaged, 4 The Globe. ..

.grants and donations of lands, and the location ) : ? V .o GEORGE COULTER.To or the War with Great Britain of 18I2j-to and
SAM'LIIOYT&Co. Q E to w > E. Poinsett, Esq. claims on the U.States for MILITARY SERVICES, A Congressional, Agricultural Literary

ta tlCuing,1hereof.ALSO S SUPPLIES, PENSIONS, LOST PROPEETT &C-, and to lot ewwaver.rSh1E ;
AGENT Ct.CtsCtsCt.Cts.Cts.N.t BATON ISLAND StbJOhn's Beach, any description of business requiring an Agent or undersigned snbnlta'to the pubBe his
;30 miles
for the collection of Claims upon the United I N RAL mr IBH CIIS Over over not over 2 2. tl August, 1851. S Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land JJ7 proposals fur the GLOBE and its report for
a : 800 5 nnt 50 2010 5 2i Dear Sir: Thig will inform you that three of Warrants, his charge will be $5In other eases the next session jof Congress. Congress haa now
.t'taUs for Military or other services pensions, In The f Buying And Selling Of ; Over not over 10CO 3 my children were dangerously ill with tho Dysentery the charge will be proportioned to the nature and so liberally patronized the undertaking that it
/applies furnished volunteers, and for horses or f nil 3 75 45 15"71 34 or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks. I tried difficulty of tho case. will be established as a standard work worthy of

Ih: property lost, for which the United States EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRCUL, Over not over2000 3 I Ii almost everything that generallyroeuefftihrdoNI lIe will also act in connection with Agents or ta official imprimatur,unless the undersigned fails
TURAL IMPLEMENTS i 10 100604020 105 I disease, but all to no effect. A friend mime,, -t Attorneys in Florida, who may be employed in in his duty. This ,will not be the ease if earnest

,- MACHINERY. Ovea2000-notovcr4000 commended me to try your Medicine callednae Bounty Land and other claims, on terms which effort can avail- Tho GLOBS is the only paper
AtflrcFtJacksonville. East Florida. wilds 125 75 12& 61 DIAN LOXECUST." I procured it-ande m may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be that.will furnish full reports of the proceedings and
ALSO, Over 4000 miles 150 5 2 15 7 J happy to say that 1J Bottles of it cured all thre post paid] will receive immediate attention. debates of the two Houses of Congress; and having -

&i*r- J. HcRooert Baker Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones; Eusopus 0 6 3 of my children-hoping your valuable Medicinl June 5. lawtf. received their sanction as such, the best Re-,_ '.

Colagen, Cullin and Bolting Cloths. every DIRECTIONS.1st. may become generally known,so that all that may porterswillbeengaged.towritecutthedabatesofeach
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW kind of produce North and South, Alo. be afflicted with this disease may have a certain Notice.TO day which will undergo the revision of
E. FLA. for Wool, Hides Deer Skins and Shipping I pad. Weekly papers only, when sent as above and safe remedy* Yours truly, tho Members. The work after passing through
JACKSONVILLE -'S THE OFFICERS AND
1; stated,aro to bo delivered free in the county where JAMES LATIMER. SOLDIERSOF the D.U1.Y GLOBS and receiving correction will

.'AV it practice in the*Courts of the Eastern SAIL HOYT. HAMPTON L. ]BILBO they aro published ; and this although conveyedin To E. Poinsett Esq. TIlE SEVERAL WARS SINCE be presented, as finished in the. Coaa&ssioxu- -

JV ti Circuit in tho Supremo Court at Jack- tho mail over 50 miles. *" THE REVOLUTION GLOBE and APPENDIX.:
References: 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 JACKSONVILLE, July 30, 1Sil.: The debates will probably 'increase la interest
on ille, and in the United States District Courtor Mcairt. A\nnisov:& Co., FRANKLIN &BRANT- inches Ito bo charged one quarter the square above Dear Sir i I have tried your very valuable Mcd- -Y a recent Act of Congress, officers and soldiers during the next session. The one subject which

the Northern Dblrict of Florida. Havingan LKVVEBSTEI: & PALEs, SWIFT DENSLOW & rates. k cino for Diarrhoea and find it by far the best and .ID (who have not received).are entitledto cngrossDdthe last,will donbtlesgrve way to othi.eta .

efficient and reliable agent at Washington he Co., Savannah, ;a.Vu.. P. MI.LER& Co., 3d. Publishers of newspapers arc allowed to exchange safest cure for this dangerous disease that I have BOUNTY LAND for service of one monthor of great variety'which in this progressive
New York; III'COLES NOUR llSO:&Co., Boston free of postage,one copy of each numberonly ever known orieanl of. :My little daughter aged more; the widows,and minor' children of those country,the conflicts of.part' and the aabition
the United
claims States
will prosecute against Mass.; F. U. ) ., London, ; and this privilege extends to newspapers about two years, had suffered long and was reduced deceased are also, entitled- The Subscriber will for place and distinction, necessarily preduce.--
before Congress and the Departments at Washing I Ct.; II. S. IcCoIs. I ESQ., Wilington. De. published in Canada. to almost a skeleton and i tried part ofa undertake a moderate compensation the Vast interest will be at stake upon the decision

l 9fl. 8tnmna" Vngust 23tb, ItI. eept. 4th. The weigbt of newspapers mn t bo' takenor Bottle of your i'lNDIAN LOXECUST" and claims of those interested. Having been employed of the next Congress; and there IS great talent in,
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at Jacksonville.h he determined when they are in .dry state. it has acted like a charm, the child is now improving in pnblioHrffice for several years his experiencein both branches, which will be evoked in their dJaensaion. -.
Being permanently located 5th. Postmasters are not entitled to receive and mao seen by those who do not be- such matters will enable him, to afford great All the honors of the Republic,dependent -.
Swili give his entire and unremitting attention to JOHN A. HATER, DRUGGIST, newspapers free of postage under their Trankiiigprivilege lieve. Respectfully facilities to claimants for LAND' AND PEN- on the succession to. the Presid& as veil

hia profession, and all business entrusted' &hiaHo So. 154 Broughton street, Savannah, Gn A. V. COLVL."i. SIGNS, and save them a great deal of trouble as all the great and permanent interests which g%
Gth.'Payment in advance docs not the To E. Poinsctt Esq. and expense. Where he obtains nothing no to the advancement of the power of the country
for sale entte
"Are. every article in his party paj ing to any deduction from ubo 'o charge is madp. All letters post-paidwill receive wDI give impulsalto the actionrbf the nextCOXKgrcss.
will also attend to any business as .OFFERS inc's, bcsi.les- rates. .*<* '*' ST. NICHOLAS Fla.,-July 31,1851, prompt attention, arfl the necessary forms and .

NOTARY.PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER Landreth'sVarrantegj*, nt Lamps Fresh, Camphine, Dear Sir: This is to certify that two Bottles of instructions-sent.- v-*** The Daily Globe will be published daily during
Garden Rates of Postage to charged all transient Medicine called "INDIAN : C. W. BENNfP7.Att'y. remainder
by the Governors of the following Seeds, vpon your LOXECUST" the session Congress,and weekly the
Appointed Pegara, &c. &c. ffevspapcrs every other description Printed boa permanently cured two of our Negroes,of a severe October Washington D. C. Of the year. It will contain full and faithful reports
States: to take Testimony AffidariU, and Acknowledgments Matter and Diarrhoea. I 1850. tf Co
At wholesale and retail.N. excrpt 'cUsppe Peridic/rs. take pleasure in recommending of the proceedings of both Houses of **
to be used therein : published at / your valuable Medicine-as being without doubtone gresa; miscellaneous articles on those genera
B. Spirit manufactured, and always f"C1 and sent from the office p-Mtcation to actttal of the best'and safest remedies for this disease Notice. sabjecis to which it is devoted. '
> ,* Maine, Virginia, andfor Palo as low l el bo purchased I and bonajide, subscribers. that I have heard of or seen. Yours truly, .6t LL Subscribers to the building fund of St. The Weekly Globe will contain AgricatturAand
,> "Vermont, North Carolina futbcm market for cash or approved credit. --- W. MclN-TYrlE. .1i1. John's Church Jacksonville who are enti- miscellaneous articles; and wiH occasionally--

1 Massachusetts South Carolina ( J\o. A. M. -For each. ..; 4 k To E. Poinsctt, Esq. tled to shares in said Church are requested to give debates of such importance aa'command. 1UJ.I.

New York, Georgia: NOT i ; \ JACKSONVILLE present their vouchers to Dr.A.S.Baldwin Trea- versal interest.
additional ounce, or Juno 9th, 1851. '
5S nlo ia reduced ta
The of the Weekly
of tho Committee
DYING AND SCOURING surer Building by and before price
: Pennsyjvania Alabama fraction of an ounoe, o oo Dear Sir used
o I have
> '3 : your Indian Loxecust the 15th November next, and all personahav- ace dollar,with a view.to obtain a more general
Delaware, Misssissippi, ESTAUJ"ISUlENT beyond tho ten ounces 5 .i in my family, and have found it a very valuable ing accounts against said Church for materials or circulation --

. ,':':.'Maryland, Texan. S1'IEET, in ditional"this tblcan will ak >u. : jan (REAR OF THE. COURT HOUSE rat i ; ja recommending it to the public.. 'A. S. BAM WIN.; done for the. last seventeen -Tears, CoDpaioalproceedings ,
l.-r-ly )
0
:. charged. k> I feg. J Respectfully J. E.TOWNSEND. Treas'. BniPg Com'e: and debates excIU1 TeJy., *.
I SAVANNAH, GEO. O <' tC. Egber Poinsctt, Esq.JACKSONVILLE St.Johns Church. the j&ryentliz will embrace the revised speeches'
.d. OSCAR HART t Zoo Oct. 9.-tf. separately and the messages of the President of

'.- /' : .Ar.EX.DEr GALLO'V.\Y, Cts. Cts. Cti. Cts. Cts. E. Fla., May 17, 1851. the United States and the reports of the Heads of

I' : A :TORNE Y A T DA' W, RT]& for the Ono oz. or under 1 2 3 4 5 Dear Sir: This may certify to you that 1 had a Notice.nnire the Executive Departmenta. .*
', 1<_ 1Ai faiorahc bas received since he commenced Ovcrloznotovcr2oz 2 4 6 8 10 negro girl suffering under severe attack of Di- The Congressional Globe and Appendix will be.
Office upon the Second floor at the Court-housej bUincS in this city in 1832,and would state to his 2 .' 3" 3 6 9 12 15 arrhoea and that tho use of one bottle of your JL UNDERSIGNED for the having formed a Co- published aa,faat as the proceedings Congress

,. 4. Fofsyth street. friends,and the public generly. that during his 3". 4" 4 8 12 16 2!) preparation called Indian Loxecust" effectuallycured partnership offer their Practice Medicine, will make a number Subscribrrs may expect onO
'. Wu.L'practlco in the several counties the$4ern ate ridit to London has acquired 4 5" 5 10 15 her. and I would take this method of recommending respectfully citizens of Jacksonville professional and its services. to, the number of each a week during the first four week
'- I' I' SI 2 2 it as a valuable Medicine. vicinity.J.'S. and numbers of each%
improvements connected with 5 6" 6 12 IS very of a ecjsion, two or three
the
of Florida anl attend .
Circuit o DYING ,AND FRENCH 6 7" 7 21 3 Yoi,s truly JOHN BRANTLEY.. MURDOCX; M. D.. week afterwards until the end of the session.- -.
flection claims against tho United States for CLEANING, 7 54 8". 8 1 24 2 3 Mr. Egbert Poinsett. R. P.; DANIEL, M. D. Complete indexes tothe Conyreaiaaat Gt0*
which he trusts will enable him to give .3 4 .Office on the corner directly North of the ;
M2 terjr: services, and for Horses lost, or otheVpriperty generalsatisfaction 8" 9" 9 18 Buffing- and Appendix will be sent to subscribers soon after
to all who may pleaso to favor him 'I 2 4 JACKSONVILLE 26 .If eon House.
9 10 10 July 1831. .
20 Congress
40 aJiourns.
lost destroyed by troops in said service: with their patronage.Ldies' 3 O.t. 80,1851. 3m.
Dear Sir: Sometime since I attackod witha Nothing apolitical aspectwniappearlathftGlobe
-. Also, claims fur pensions disabled soldiers bilk and woolen Dresses, &o., was the'CaiW.grcssional .
thailrhich
Shnwl Diarrhoea win be found to
ilcancd and various colors DIRECTIONS. severe -so severe that I could not attend save
B.widows and orphans deceased soldiers. satisfaction.dyed Table 8 good to my business., I recommended to try A Card. reports A paper assuming to-?**
Covers cleaned 1:?On transient
;* 'Also, claims fur bouut ,land to officers and solt maybe required. Gcntlcmen'agarmenirenovated or dyed, aa every newspaper unsealed circular your "INDIAN LOXECUST." 1 procured one TIlE Subscriber having leased tho well-known impartial vehicle for all sides,,cannot main* l
h/dbi. engraving,pamphlet, periodical, Bottle of it. At the samo time two members of formerly-kept by' Mr". John 'Clark, character if theeditorial columns reflect aiflA' pajJJFTERMS.
'. anil of deceased of- in the
dim, .widows and erphana same good stylo a formerly,1 a not to ,and every other description of '
b family afflicted with aksthisinethod ofjacosonvmo __
jBoera and4oldicrs. surpassed by any at the North, or dyed matter the above rates most in all my were the same disease. ,, .ofTinfommingthe. ,citizens', w. ,
be Ladies' bonnets prLto cas We all used the'medicino from the one Bottle, ana vicinity tans ne is nowready to .- .
Abo,will give his attention to conveyancing may cleaned,required.and pressed in a superior stylo.dyed Ladies'black' prepaid. according printed to the matter weight. which the. and I am now happy to inform you that it curedus servo refreshments at any hour of the day from 7 For one copy of the Daily Globe (dally*K .
( henevr any on all entirely. We are now all well and o'clock in the morning until 10 at night ; ho the session of Congress and.weekly '
to Warning"titles and records, and ascertaining and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves cleaned after the postage is required to be prepaid, shall through hearty can ring '
&j matolands. I most approved London fashion.Sir. the inattention of Postmasters : from tho use of only one Bottle of your Valuable furnish Lunch at tho shortest notice,Till,Cold during the recess,) a year, $5 .w'*
or otherwise be '
at KIEL .baa been appointed Agent for sent without prepaymentthe shall be Me ieine. Yours truly Ham, Beef Tongue,Piga feet; Tripe, Shrympa ;! For thelaily Glob for less than a year, M '.
;AH. '.'-btsiness. entrusted to him will meet withprompt tho above establishment, and will attend to the double the above same charge TIMOTHY lIAR RIS. Sardines Fish, &o.; he has had his Liquors and i the rate of 84 cts. month, .

attention; and all instruments rOt writing reception and delivery of work in Jacksonville and wit. books and rats. of printed maHer, To E. Poinactt Esq. Wines selected by good judges in New York and I For one copy of the Weekly- Globe for.',ou.. '100

will,be.executed by him with neatness and do- the surrounding country. Terms moderate. not weighing over 32 ouncesshall be deemed paid the highest prices for them,and ha,ho. thinks : '
*' March 21, niailablo matter. Mandarin, Fla., Oct. 1, 1851. Wines and Liquors of the first_quality ; also Porter For wBeeopyoftheCongreaffl'oaalGiobedaring 11 IO
patch. 18. t published at Dear Sir-Some qmesiaoei.waspn visit near an Ale. J,Gentlemen will please call and judge the session

t J,c. ,. cny1ilc. Jan. 25. 1331. tf l'eriodiea1 and sent intenalnot.exceed your place and was suddenly token""very : for themselves, and speak of,me as they find me. for one eopy.of,tho:Appendix,, Dhe '
.'* Sea Island Cotton Gins.' i month and bona fido of publication Your,Indian Loxecust was recommended :S" No pains will be spared to please'all who may favor session :'. -._. .v'ivf ,1 O

r---1i.;. ::. 'v AGE- :'--arc-7- Y finHE SU takes 'this be charged with one the,rates subscribers,mentioned; are friend that I was visiting happened to have a' me will a call. : .S. S.TYLER For four copies a of either' ,,orpart of both dttr. '
JL' to SCRmEI of opportunity' t the last above table hn tI.oof it in the house; and I mod it,jutd take plea? ,Jaosonville. Oc ..2 IS3L tt ring the session, -100" ,
Long2gtaplo 6C
R/bL.mlS Cot prepayment a quar- sure ia informing that it cured I : For of either part OfbOth daring -
; AT WASHINGTON toes that he still continues the ter's postage thereon must iu all you me. am ten copies ,.or .
manufacture bo
"
cases required. 10.00
averse
.h ..;It' : la the benefit of those that
be
his usual rates and GNS. months aro with tho full which may afflicted,yon. can Y"VIRTUE ., The prices rbr these papers are so lor,&ha& ed-
; adslgle. I to thee charged rato, publish this if think it authority in mo bylaw vesti
rcay you necessary. :B. to.earr.J'
.
jai Kennaugh, fill all orders at the shortest notice. be prepaid. vaace payments are indispensable
: ; : ed, I will'expose' for in
., A' Yours with respect, sales; front of the ufl1i3.the
t. For < and order will be.&Ueuded'to, .
tho on, no .
reputation of the Gins there ia .
I' ,apply to tho following NO.- caso on or in any nO A. SUSANNAH HARTLEY. Court'HQHSO door Nassau county'on the first '" -
t. flOTELJ'E'tN5TLVAsIA AVE.\rE Agenu;"or to those who have them Use prOica pamphlet, or other printed 8'apr. r Dr EFoinlott'JacksonyjlleFIa.- > Monday. March, 1852-i tho'following described money aecompaniea it. .t_
i i mill ,
ContInua to give his prompt attention to the ar- :*?z_? AGENT& therewith* any manuscript1 of ., tracts or parcels of land situated in said county: :Subscriptiona may.be remitted' bt; of ,

faogcme&t and prosecution claims before Conjgreeavof Vilklonga &Acosta, Centervijlage,Ga. any kind by which information- shall be asked for, -5-- Gravelly Hill;Oct.20.'18.)1.- ., One tract containing 230 acres,lying near the resIdence risk,.in subscribers, money &t par in." tha soctsofl. coiinr'- ., '
where resideWashington .
:ny" of 'tho.Exc'cutivb, _Departments.MarUlD .- Capt. B. 11 Byt'uewood, S. C. or the communicated said in writing;or by marks or signs, Dear Sir v Your Indian Loxejustia a good med of- .&. John Uigginbotham, on 'a swamp -'-- : '. _"- --. -. .jOHNC.BflE .
Dolort other icino.Somo time since! called Little Mills another tract -
Scott & DoVeaux, G. newspnpor'prodiealipamphetJr purchased bottle from ; lying on s : -JtoftMASONRY
g from the Revolutionary''Florida Tison Ocala, E.Florida. printed .lottr'1staeJ A M. Reed,Es".,your agent and gave it to"'one Swamp,containing 250 acres. 'These lands are pity, Oct. 13; ISSO
&Hnrris. and it ia the '
.-.Mexican, : "&1'1;-valid. Revolutionary, Half- bee & Co.,Jjjcksonvmo, E. Fla the dntjrt>f the of my negroes at, had suffered very much from described:by. surveyors as belonging to Sancher, .BRICKLAYING ,'PLAST
.> wrappers and envelopes from printed a severe attack of 'It and are sold for taxes due from 1345,, Taxes ,
'. !pr1dos'"Pensions; Naval or Army; K.R. Dukes, Palatka, E/P. ter and mat Dysentery; cured him.: Soon due ,
'
< S. Iloyt & Co., Ga. pmphlets not charged with letter afterwards I had another negro:attacked with the theStato15.c. .' : ; .i ING, &: -
SMub for the -
nty. Land .or Srp.,1dr law of ascertaining "hether;lhere ia same disease. I '' ,,' 'A. J.-BkADD CK thfj aiethOct of
: Feb.l. S. L. Niblack & ., E; F. : purchased.another_ bottle, and, i t TRIHBUNDERSIQNED'takes
J$14rAngud; 10, 18 Arrearages of Pay and Lartinger &) Algator. Lowndcs upon.or connected' with any adaj: pr1ntematter cured Mm also' -- '. Sheriff and ex oft Tax Collector: _u. informing tb.pnblio that bO1SXeJZ dIrick1aring"
ab in such
rr.i or package .
U1egs'aircturniug; Voluters';' Ckiins 'for County, Ga.1 -J ...j, tltol 'i would authorize or, an1 matt or. thing .' I do not:hesitate moment in recommending nov27tds. lrIas0nr7.P1aster ,Stucco- .

-ALS07Exrtu requr hgher you Indian Loxeeuat to tho public1, aa being the .:" ate &0.. He will liuish ..plan per d '
ei lott, 'aj other Property destroyed ExIwnrrod rate of postage N.K.
:, ,
; '
most Nassau
Dom certain remedy for Dysentery that I' have County Tax Collector's when ded d.far & whom }e Is 01I
ATO BRUSHES can.be h'ad of.fhf Postmaster ItBy
_* byVelunteer !bdng mas GeneraL ever used, or hoard of. If wortl.Withoul.straharP.li eli
beor subscriber, rates. ,. POST OFFICE Jnne you see proper,you can VIRTUE authority in' law veat. to seenter
.at.modeat. wanting H l5I. .. me by
Plr9D PEPAT" thia. v.
publish Yours JacboDiiDe
!
and received Into service W : truly : of
t ; ggot-ma.Gins, or.\'roaeJ please.'dirct.to 'Agent --- : M1LESPRICE': d. I will! ,expose Car .sale, in front of the well known ia.he citizens. SPeTfOSdalrendforcitlunsothaMre0Ua
'r> a Teawtr':claims;".brw', r' or to .- S. 'AlINISTRATR'SNOTCE.-- -Dr E-. -Poinsett'-- ,Jacksonville.JacksonvilloVFla.. Court House door of Nassau county on.the first (sompeUnt mechanic. and work ,
March
St. Monday
Mary's -- ,1852 300 acres of third
."l'J June S.;JSI. l %- Georgl SIX month after date [ will apply tortW Hon. ., Sept.25i8t3.< land,lying in said county,owned by John quality Bella additional' evidence of hla qualifications. y --
"$.sC' .th .forms for ---- -- of Nua county for dis for cast anclM ulJifot ornamental p1Ut
,.necessary a proper .. mission Dr E Poiasett-.ir:.This is to certify.. that-I my, or heirs taxes due for 183L Amountof
an"'of'claims, ,, ogeberwItb.tho4gutIorJ :rules 'Calvin1 .OakGunsmith } -', Geiger,..deceased Administrator and ottho..estate' of;Mary have been permanently cured of a severe Diarrhoea tax $1 25. ,.A.J. BRADDOCK ing IJso furnWJ.edJOHN' :.
mj'1. accounts : Shenl.and off.Tax i-Oul&11aYb ti11siCezence
; .(orernlaff the< different Depart' and vouchers-09 Bald Administrator. All by the.use of-your moat valuable medicine called ex Collector. N. B.--T*Planters h* .

wUltf U prepared undcrlaka. ,,all _, and,lUachhicst. f havig.lalms"anlt tffe estate are duly notified person*, Indian LoxeottBt'/after suffering for more*than 12 DOT 27-tJs ..'. Uttingwp'Sugar BatierltC.-that he eaaiW
.t c..otr a's HAS' rm "- months with that distressing disease.> :I take plea u- ; I : I, UoiU work in that line coddm' '

irliai kind:soever;that,'my qU, i _. _,himself P neJdYJOcated ,May Zli-, J: 6nr';; GE1GER"Ad'.-. sure in recommending your most- "' valuable'medicine ",'Notice; .: -, the! ,amplest aatisfiution- ..Chares moderw- *r.'

.,t4cIac7 $,t. eii prepared to,dov U work in tbd' Gunainith '. -., ,-j', ""-, .. :: --to- all similarly, remain fi1iQted.1 truly.' .. : : ALL 'PERSONS' Winjt-tluma or: demands I ,_ -, t .

ttloJf glcn 4'piojersctUe.. line, both la Uepairing and Mannfaeturng} -*'>*-,' f-4 ," ; t at 'tr' 11" yours: fA-l..lQnN j O".t!: the estate William. Scott late,of "- -Ja- ,so- 4lle5; i29.18JYi
i1'th' has a new ptoeeu K1FLEING. whiehijirurpaases R. .Notce. q .. Columbia county deceased.ar : -
; < For oherebrequire1 7' :
tiacksonv1l1et'
r. ; eW m'< :1. k : ::: : ,
.the.usual methodThose, wishug:ttro.have JLP, Black Creek: : -- ? "- topresent-them, thrt.undtedgnod; within two'' .:' 'Notice. ,
: O.
n4. :
;and regrfnited by the ainonnt them mode to ,6rd I'Mlhlnellan ai cL.4Qq 6/1851 ,
D\ddngt TIE
itsnt Gunsmlthlng his ODlntod ti h:kent b j ? BOM iadobtedrta'aaid fettatdWtwiuirod 1 TIUs &eoisbill ho oo---
to make fdo
b Of Borrfeo! re'ulrod.f. Jtrltd.t and and In DeartJtn OioBotUo'toujLoxcctijt i baa ,; Iba>
1. '
completely Immediate "' --- nonefbr
x -
by o ayment.a- lIsa Table shall be inferior
*
1 prompt.Uoto. bop. !applctont ot,Accounts. .,Individuals indebted to him are reapeotfuHv cured.One,of men of I,
my a long standing
a1'ri i wt & : %VW' sqdhrr and' attention paJ II.t"
;
: pn ,
to an:immediate settles.'Auguiti4lm ; erery .
1'e !mw i 4C7; k iJjorl a, 1J'. 'atronag rncntt. romcstG Da1Q'I obntiaMe tain DiamlCFrom its complete and cer -.-- .- A1aainlatrat ri. healtn'ofhia: patrons.- q ft.it"
efficacy. .wbrs.Oithe r xdedleineihad failed ,
'a .- Newnansvillo Noy;,ISt 1tt'.J21D ")aekren'vIlle'.NoY61L '
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