The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: January 22, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00115
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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c. _Aa4 sKThaOk4..The nR1ii1IpTU4lospeak. t ; u.r.
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; semWed Washmgtoorpn th/rastr poer mratoapt Kossutn'seloaneiijewitboijtrese'rve. ,
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her to say two have any quantity -in pig sndfizeLuponthe: ,first.Monday' (Jone. ;The. Tract,5ociety.is .;most.ef: 1 .New ",l .
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tflctatthat changed by theme pro: fective asyell M Vowpr/arbfRanizafion for :v W Iter. Sav'L&nd .,aft th. "Since1 M' 1'111' ht. ,
,JI&1e U dettk. 84 her vJu cheek: den "I and:the city. of Baltimore;.as ,the time i and the .. '' : .
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cess. .( :) Mc6mpllshmeiitofiboa4Bya; j diciobe j e.Vy pfsDeinpsthepejs BO eqaor-simi. ;:-- ;;: !- .-,
B tnf4 tie beart'i ancnUh the to>pe'eouli not. 'nber 18, )S5l. place, rfor' Abiding .tbe next National' .Democratic'Conventionv use of its nnds,m Ibe'diRwrni nation of Bound J lar eloquenc has eyeVleen beard'on'earth" .: ptW: I t TtCdIYea3r0t1f1e11er.. ft' a.-ha. .

.to .J Casbler or,the American'.Exchange Bank orNew ChristianypriBcifJeB,' ble .1.bymuns; of cofporteorsra uXO qt&'a.t'J '' : *" !,.orje i.H_ wtb. .! .ill'. ita/_lqbalnIaessima .

;S rloetitoodi e$r ber,1Ila hand firmly prtit OneJThousand York par to the Dollar order,of. "Do"WeD. .& McNa-; 'The*/4J,Uichmond f f *- t"*Examiner t a Democraticshe'etythus > comjTanilively...small}:amount of: .14.' review.Df'the ISe-of tbe\greai MaePMW" ,&' "1!?."*?-,.wit, ;". ,',and<. wnartnefi.,, .tfAkreist6o .
.lor ltead that tnswere*Wi fierce 'throb mee .. ., q is made tell"with in < -
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0. I BOWE.s.V It .McNAMEE.. cominCntson the movement : I money ? .pbrfulee t.througlitbosS .: y1,4 ? : XwMkjMbe.-fckju ; ;all)!I'through j .iuA lanwDdjL V
w1_ ,} .; -;, > 5Mydeaf poVtionrof the ''country ordi! ?9 m g'Hs' ,M1*!pduWingstriking notice, o biiratory:1 ; "
:.thi Jaoar W eome He .bIspeied-tdiei! sir,r(turning to Gov. Kossuth) 1 -In'another: column the reader will find the narilyinatc; psiblc to other kindred agencies':: v ., T --r. ". Tern .of, ;real good,Wuri,aria'rkr..

.Tkoiota Ia1a open arms quickly she flew; < turn from the congregation and this explanation proceeding of what is called the Democratic The .8ociety's.baidingin'Nasaau: street,;: %rhern ; !rnerifi:r i.tibis wVich according. tOtlicbegzm5ofj. 1x.
'n..Jclq tears boned from the ireH of .her to you :. I present this to you These National Cor mitt e.''' It is- composed of wherein performed the .prntJngand.; other ,his command of th-_ ,remarkablenan rerience. las the, powerW "-* .
(taking up. the.bullets) once bad their mean one Delegate from each State,selected) by I mechanical[ operatr6nsEubsidiary'to'the,'one Englisb language '[ "), -'. .
is tbatwhich even. a Xairjer, ]
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tartloDdeIt &cd deuuU-ancl! xmut ire thenpartT' ing. ..These once was employed in the cause the Baltimore. Convention cf.1848 from the great bbjectj-was'boilt tor the?'pe i6t par:i amount, !of.wondeT.'V.tli. creates the ibelargest twill' t '

of Liberty but now harmless.; they!1- delegationspresent at that memorable assemblage. pose by*.loan 6ec redh.y.mortgajteron,the occasional of: i3!iotnthe excepitonof < 48pute1.vitkyou! ,no |atre.-f
want on.few
They memorials of the past end they "It .meets''under'the authority'of..thatextinct use iuestion of your, locality;.ur ,-'lo4
are ; I premises be. paidJrom:.proceeds,of,rents; woras.in_ pbtolete! Jsen ;and a habit of .u1
Ah! why did the world so enticingly stand are endeared to us not by their,murder,work'but C l1Tentlonthat Is to'say, under of such parts asaienot occupied the.6ciety -" wmetimes! tarrring.German 'fashion) ienfinltive'verb'td ojher question personal! vto ,1. by those things they have achieved in no authority at all: ,What-ot self-perpetna ; Jtbas been much visaed and greatly i son have
With smile so bewitching- with beckoning hand the 'end "of a sentence,- :yon_ too much the a4vantaftyouiwow --
'. this lands of oars: It was because we tad tion or.of ordination ever existed in a National admired for tbe'peret60n'jf its'arra fit there is little. "
0 the shore of Life's stream t The lorer has gem : to-distinguisb 'M.TCbpsttth's ndtfon7l JjJ
1 men who dared the, battle-field, and trusted I Party Convention 1 ,The,men.who. and mana enenU-. Its capactty.bas been considerably English Iron that of. of a- -.' .

That coM1 fair one II iteerbigber frail bark alone to the sword and cannon, when they were compose such a body are" elected by the people i increased by recent .additions;_A\ ,boqu,nce. ;.,Select;yet our, copious great; masters and: njcturesquerit .>_rpI.IIt.J10W, I piiy ououjsayjIot -

with with trouble and wanted, that now.we bave our plenty and to do one thing-to nominate candidates3r eighty feet byninety-foorand.five stone is ajvrays.. The ,.coiabinalwnawe i, -tbe taflj'the: rt'da! lip,tli4i ,.

Them cimttndfoc cares. our peace, and our institutions, and that a single! Presidential election. 'When high, besideg basement and eed r. The first speak of his words as'dlstibct from 'the I.n all ranks arid, grades.'(f, ,.ni_ *..
sorrow, Liberty which you have so well explainedto this is done, they have nothing further. do, floor is occupied by the Society's sales'room 'b l gbtbt at He in. them-iare: 'often very ion, exeepTman" How IenvytIPoo ,
The eight briBgi ftp-ei-ancl weeping, the morTfccrt's when in and their official existence is at ah end and : 1, ,
clOY. us. Sir, the day is coming you, other stores ; the second .furnishes offices lappp: lYe tan,(even go" so' far as.to nay the Kittenis and the Ladies'b&t..t 4- .
your own land, on yo /, own plains, must But the last Baltimore, Convention-or at forseveral benevolent :,societies ; jthe i hat he has enriched and utitied.our Janjuage .
a storm on the water! The loud roaring needs use such arguipents as these. But least the'fag 'end:of it which was left when"the third contains the general depository and ex-;' : rlhe first.by. .using unusual1 words dish for "your nice _senibitha 'b'bashmustbave

wares however,there will a time come when yon main body vanished after the nominationof ect tire offices ;ftbe fourth i is tbe bindery,*. with. extreme:felicity/tbe latter by'.pr'ovinjco ma4e'; Iut bedear .am

Tell Idmhvadreds are sinking in gargling gram; too shall dig from your fields-then given Cass bad been effected-have constituted and the fifth the printing ofli e'. SS P .i 'the'world ''how well! the pregnant, and girl I, all' .this' 'to the love,of..a man.iij l

How gladly be'd fly to rescue his lore to agriculture-such tokens of past struggles themselves into this National Democratic There are employed in the building:.' flexible tonneof'''Shakspeare adapts itself! u' ".\TbiJ'ped syllabub! to a dinner

Sat the billows forbid him aroood and above. ; when your cannon will be as silent as Committee,'with power to call the Convention : .In the:bind.e1'J'.51 iJa and 1.0 JirJa, ::l',:::197. to the.rxpre 5i9l1or a genius and a :'jaceW I I ftts: good. ": .or
when bullets shall be looked of 1852, at whatever'' place,and ''what mig1tbettersa3 ..Ii'aide, jtsL nU
ours; your up- -, pra>tTDC and press rooms.27 boyi and:? remote, from[the.Saxons as the Magyar r
}ear't'rm. "neath a bower with iry o' rgrown, on as having done.their work, and become ever time and, in 'whatever,numbers, they 18 men.Jt" -- 45 ','Most'of our readers know; the,sto'qrlloldy and- 'uninviting-very; 'w' H :'for ofnantent,
saaJdea in sweet silent sadness-alone rather the memorials of. tbe LAp- compositor's 'ooms. ,_ r ::14 : ill "
&t ; past: may please. _Miscellaneous,inclawnj officers, clerks,tc., 19 > Kossuth himself of his 'first introduction yery, for use. Love a man once rjusVtryttand
A hte,by a ribbon,round her fair neck was flung plause.] $> Their work.may be seen in .anoriier' column. I -"' to oar-language and literature The 'tory !if you don't Kkejt why- 'aoappc
these the words of the that she Gov. Kossuth then retired in .-In their ssencethey constitute I say! :
And were song company very. Total; ;2Of :: runs, that .when; fourteen'years' o he was '
sang: with Mr. Beecher, and the assembly serrated a high degree of impertinence The very the men in the bindery,under Mr.Grant thrown into an AustriaadnngeonTor daring ? exreclangeour- .. position. :tjjt .,

"Oh! how like a roe, would my heart leap with with nine' cheers for the distinguishedguest idea and first principle of a nominating, party 28 are forwarders 1laersln'2' 1d work to publish the 'debatesJn thifcilnngarian Par- ,inoiderthat, we. -may endeavor. .-to'do as (ioy .

$oyUow and several rounds for Bowen & .M c- Convention,' is that it tomes from the people i on covers- gilders j 7 pasters;.9 case makers iament,'be'was kept for some time in sbliary 'writ doth say, i Loveone. ,Bnotber." jW

soon would my lonely life lose its alloy- Namee. -is..1tntaAe01ls'&IId is expressive- ; 2 pressers knd sewers;'2 tattmr. 2 laborers confinement whhout books or papers- I.should! .J love you. then it .would eiidToo,
If he whom love would home again hieOa the free popular voice.. But here are certain' and 2 foremen:; r Of tbe girls, 34.are tNt that:afterwards,"in' consequence-6T the accustomed to being J loved andba.'

haste thee,sweet Ossiaa!
Come sit by my side,and breathe in my ear, The New York Times, previous to Kos- entire 'pi programme before hand;-by their workers'ih'gold.leaf. : .,. .. ed him to have a few hooks, on condiuon of ng of,'my heart, would scarcely .challeajr
that werelrer 'said sole pleasure by heir sovereign will;-consulting The'girls rec ye.from.. '$i50; to $9. per lis'not"'asking for workS on' politicS: He your flOtiCCr i (such sacrifices are doubtlfMjo
10 dear In
Those beart-meltingwords stfftTs
Washington : '
She eeased. By her side stood her lorer he spoke reception none, writing for, nobody. : week, and :the men from $10 to $18. -Theamount chose a'copy of Sh b ari and'sin English ea'nnii; ;) but yoo'lon the,, How my heart
solemn ; woke. A letter from our correspondent at Washington Thus, therefore these proceedings, alone l of wages. paid the i.former,.weekly, lictionary., Hot t01 she from her deep rerery states that Congress will do nothing and by themselves impertinent to' the is about $450,-the latter,about$800. ,The. l earned our speech oar, modes of thinking, ,'
"What rapture exUtie She was clasped to his for Kossnth, and that fear of deranging Democratic party and to the American people. .bindery now turns! 'out 4,000 .bound,'and 'our national sentiments., Certain it is, that one.and desolate life, so long unlived, Jhat

heart: JVeftfttential programmes is tbe operating No'one is boundby: them l.rtber.tban 2,000 paper covered -volumes,per day: 'The his'extraordinary mastery" over our*tongue. J have,nearly come to'deem myself nplovwile *

.lIIW.ve met again dearest one,never to part.r* motive. The South seems to have taken the convenience of some arrangements wnkfc e1y"publications; now' number twenty- has proved', .power to the exile and to Liscaasev b :; think then how soon.gri1i a de iuch
a. ..
candidates d of their five hundred than bun-' } '>
including two .
ground against him, and i are proposed against one .regulations more t would
as o r.oy'e'o
: l asoavILLE. 17. 1852.ouuths court the favor of tbe South at least.,.we hope there'will. be a general dred books, in one hundred and eleven lanuages "It was a.laJ blunder of.the Austrian po-. inspire-,: yeIdpabindatt .
I Senator Douglass spent an hour with rebellion. It it decreed. that there' shall ; and dialects. *As"serving to'give'an" lice; 'to' give him Shakspeare. fora. priaoh ,harvest.' _of ,!ove. Ibat ,is yon?

Reception Church. 'Kossuth on Wednesday evening, and Gov. be.but we delegate from each electoral district' idea of the quantity of raw 'material' conomedrn'lbeir companion! 'To circumstance;ffowe ver, true..w..r'; and as,to eeting4.tojace,

.Kossuth has figured in New York at .Corporation Seward altto bad an interview of two hours. .plausible reason for such, 'arrangement!, production, it ,may by, mentioned we owe it that we' 4re nO\1- able 'to 'understand distance would long separalejtferom so
Dinners-has I ,We can give this morniwg only the conclusion is sometimes allegeJj that a Convention is that$900 worth of muslin,comprising, ,in a',.vague and 're ex\tayrperb: ps,' real a'iuriosityasawomanthat1oe4
and Bar me.However
; Press, received of our correspondent letter : unwieldy when consists of greater numb rs.'Perbap6i"'doe J50 pieces of 50 yards,.each, are.:cousunvlonlhlyV but, \vith.npIitte. : ] ,vividness:; and life; ram convinced
Deputations from societies and sects UI need not remind you that Kossuth is a ,:' Perhaps political" wire- .also"*40 tons ,of binder's paste. what must have'been the charm I and power [ 'i you,will pot.a opt

been flatteringly addressed and made eloquent keen observer. For the first few hours after workers, firuLlarge conventions of the people bOards and. ':about 100 bairels of'glue. ,'per of.:,the great,:.ilagyar's' eWqence when, ; !t: my.theory. ";'or,, 'at all, ..renyouwilIiiotitiltpracticeandthe I.

and burning responses. *We have his arrival here he felt very uneasy and very Munwiel4# ipde.e : It is .n tto: be ann fn. Gold leaf to the value of $800 isconsumed was appealing Fit a national cause, in its native .resuitwil_ be:.i wt
in much of mind.- doubted that this class would ,like a'party each: month,in ilding'edges.audcovers. idiom and under<'circumstance of great sharreverMbove another*
fcten.preclnded, from want of space, from was Unused evidently to the intrigues anxiety of our politicians, Convention alt the better if it consisted of The sweepiugs{ the floor oi the excitement piintls:kindled at' the ''same Too' .one .,, #,-*'

publishing i the comewhat lengthy accounts and entirely l ignorant of the local and-incidental one solitary delegate from each State in;the room in which the gilding performed are iource;and hearts healingj-xvilh i .Mine .iri V-'S-fjamy. know at"-- mote- cf-neihaaI3.:

';ol'' these numerous testimonials; but the causes which control their movements, Union.:/Bat.this arrangement'shcrald be ce' caremallyreserved and when burnt yield a lood as' Tiis own. "This ihterestiag ,story, I. y: YIJ ', 1J"

L1 ,.uo"D church ceremonial in honor of be was utterly at a loss to know whaCany aiMed by, the;Peonle;themselves as. an .attempt oUaf5* worth :of gold to tbe' pound.-The too, gives peculiar l meant. A few boors observation to 'stifle their 'voices. Jtisa'movCmentwhch.wiIl sales of paper) sends or..cuttings from (:tbedgespf ., x>siliori that has emanateW rd'\ .' DotfgasJerold -i cannot-"- fall i'-in 1.love with; me.' 'Be 'it- so.>
-intb make for bot1a..aecoant thing or anybody ,. .,, *
we room I iT 1C :53J
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throwthe nomination abolrt chief ?
volumes yield $6,000 on the. -in
told him the He analysed per looking ,yar
story. WhydOwe: say4all" in better
itsbrevity and its pqu.a1lCY It is from each man who came before him. He solved tbe next Democratic President into'the'handsofthe annum. V .1 ." his character( of a literary ,mao-tbat a subscripticin loYeh w

the Albany Register, of a late date T theTr motive*,'decided what be had to dependupon tfdfogict uf the party., That efied is In'the pTKBt'riTg'and f 'press rooms"undertfr.J \ Englishrrietrof of all parties shall rseii, lore.for,_' is., ii not' ...the. taosi7exaltu

E.uutbl.Drookiya.Gov. ,''knew the worst,' .and 'qaiet dignity -inevitable. Ttie oldest. litician-he\Tbo .Wi Brown,''45 persons"are variously jrodneeV testimonfal' taking t e'onn ':of a and eniioblinj pasonjf, the,.human_ .,sooll

Kossntb made his first visit to Brook-' and ease resumed its seat upon bit brow.- holds nost'wire ln'each elect:dlStrict- employed in prepuig'.ood cuts, running line copy of Shakspeare;inclosed'in a shrine ;the very passion i in which.njan vindicates
will the'nomination'of the' district .convention >ress s&Ci-They receive, about $300 per.week. .. .of.whatever.cost be surplus amount of jwbscriptions -.
in Once familiar with his position be knew bow get : lis'relaUon i l to that God who ts I-ove Thltjreis
.Ijn' : on'OTjorpdiy evening, whenever do and ..Nineteen inno ,
chooses '
satisfied. Mark to soi; presses are kept running may justify The thonght "
trith previous arrangement addressed theTeitiztns to before proceed,area and'was week7older-he will make me,' thus be National Convenlion'itself, will be nearly or quite all tbe (une vucc 13 power 'degree political-but .founds.-i?iiterary piety for you-well, his the'pjefy cfs-
who had -assembled. at PlymouthtCbureh. good what I baTe said of bim,:and will tear an unadulterated -homogeneous mass of presses1' band and':4:'hydraulic, and there memorial" on 'a'-"highly1'i'ntefesUng' literary. ; .social r world.' : ', 1>,i'L *- 7**
the cloak of hypocrisy from those who wear these- individuals.. ,The people will ,not be consumed :per day from 50 to 57 reams fact fo' :.. j Oar.ef- was. *in il lx; ,i&onths; ;aai nowL7thIL.O
"djeChrnrch' entirely free from deed- beard there at alL' Politicians""only can'cet of paper/ From 2,000io 2,500. ,Teams.are "We have heard M. Kofsutb and .we j '" i+ !. -' I" *'** *'>*
onfess Xat not'tost
oration with the exception that tbe front of I it' : i there by this ana 1g m ni}--old, thoroughpaced kept. .constantly, ; on, band. Three" power have carefully read the reports of bis fcpeechesj : you *

;tbe choir (gallery, in rear of the pulpit, was It appears that after all.Congress did "do" lo -acc05tometl, politicians; and presses-are soon to be added I ;' His style is"nev, ,and personal. .Compared owe* me in- JWii i and- : i if. yoa* woal V" -lbe*

hung wifh tbe United States and Hnngaiian something for Kossuth, in' the .way of: a ttiese: we all know. ,.will, .look.to, the.ir own --Of.- American'Messenger, 196,000"co- with tbe mel l\Vh'Cse 'ereeches'i' have magnaninouti, sendn. e.alsothe .bracelet;:

flags gracefully dKpqsed, while suspended marked reception by its two Houses Pate nrteresis in the oiniiiatldti, and be pies are struckloS; monthly, consuming'205 i been received as the best spechnens of orato will receive them ly erpress .tbere. sj.jaoye
from the upper gallery, directly opposite, very governed! by the .Intrigues of the place by *earns, of;pa <., Th llIJJ'.,.,,It, ot :Iryio recent limes-such as' Brougham, Lacordaire.BIunyThiers ofa.irIan4iwiIbe veryobedient It
was a bauer im which was depicted a The 'Heads'of the Government have also tbe'coalitions of the assemblage! and by their up in a superior ,style,,with- qumerotis cuts i ,Gavazzi and 0"ConneH ; "

-.s-eagle holding tbe inscription' been constrained to testify their admiration private understandings with candidates,* instead and adapted, to Sunday Schools,.has jest -Kossutb is calm and grave Be' has '-8-wi1J. '.- 'and r if c' you, .se&your'cdd, '." 7"eiihh

.'- ''WELCOME-wtxCOME KOSETTH of the man-whatever they may tfiink of the of by.:the desire,ofthe country.We been started.. "-"' ] ncf'sophisms.1;no verbal dexteritiesl: ;Allis i e ,TIII&1I. ',be.-eD! RILm

The church-Rev. U. W.Beecheis -was policy he desires Government to pursue. hope t/u't decree of the Committee '.The work of engraving tbe-numeroDsc t5 wfth rwm clear; sequent, logftat. lie never .''tit :oblrgation.J ,. :Perhapsj1ia4

filled in every part at.$5 a ticket. After the I1. leastwill not b .regard d by the people, either i- required fur books and papers is performedby mouths bis?passon.evC ; wrings his bands better, -.not.do so'm'ucb. for hou1deievreru, .
( in their Mr. B. F. Childs and forms a distiuct de iis i fee, esiiculates hw violence > 0' t.
..preliminaryservices,Kossuth made a. long in their meetings presses. or stamps Dever.,. ; T "would be
: agnanrnou&d
;eloquent and interesting icech. At the We hope that they will steadily persist in p, rtment. \ or resorts to Xhe.tbmmbn tricksof the lay you. .
'opening, he made the Tollowir.g good im- THE Uxnxb: STATES, FRANCE AND ENCLIKD sending to lie Convention at least two delegates I The machinery"!*propelled 'by a.fifteen orator to impress andiencVwilh an idea five'upthe,"'beV_'if .it was, anythin. eif*

jiraoipto point: ..- ,-It is stated from Washington that from every electoral district:-that the horse power engine of Hoe's manufacture- of bis'earnestness.' a-rhetorical: weapon than your miniature! (or yourself,) nnljjoee.'in .

l >IdJe* and entlemen.1: Realty "feel TOlitlkenbarrassment : despatches have been Tece'rved at the, State voice of more than -one class in the-country the motive power being furnished by .Cor. ; ieuses.scoru.yeiy. farey! ,'and we have notrea4 this case,vronlJ, bOo: ,ungaiianl)9

My generous friend Department from Mr. Rives, our Minister at may be heard at the uextBaltiiaore. Conven-. .. nish :boiler of 25' horse power. '.Another s'neeripg eentence, from hi:'lipsl 'He be> generous-r.oiind the miniature: add a
'wfk1 me the honor to introduce my bumUlctclf Paris, up to the 18th ultimo which express fiwn. .. ,. boiler of tne same dimensions been putin neither mocks -his enemy lIke' GavazzT' ncr .
'sumnierto.create 'steam nsnksJiini like'0"ConneII. His1 is and bracelet! and ybuwillbe very rare to'wis
d'etat"oLLouii'Napoleoii the appeal
to'TOO, said to you that be was butT'titetaien the opinion that, tbe coup Beared.'fiurop'ean during past .
shadow of good things, that were was .a complete revolutionary A JUtUe = for heating the k dang. Both boilers .arC made directly to tbe:intellect of his bearer. : the next bet,for f begin to_ feel that if

eociseafterbim. believe we are.ot Hi the movement; and furnish details similarto Ver e-nt5 are warnefi' a placed in. vaults without the.; building,.,to He seems.more anxious to convince than toexcite. this one'w.not settled! soon, I may well k*

.laATpil i ;:. but in the evening time when -the44bedow44esnot I those aUeady published. Mr. Rives and the late number f the.revolutionists Silesian Gazette tl at, against present avoid_danger fJm 'exll.t sion., i: : Warmth! pi fancy' ,and of reel ng.be'ondoo'btedll uspectedpf, 'losing -Good-byf..,.. ,. r|*
the members of certain schemes and his passiononetimes' .
precede that body, but o1a Swim Minister:' only possesses, L'
'United,.States, wbere that ThePro'v15l.D1 Epaee.p..r Y j i Yours in sincerity.3i
i the, *
lows (Great..laughter and cheering.] the Diplomatic corps woo. bad declined .to cesidingr, > into sudden 'explosion
1l j fhe: attend the President's leyees, and the latter journal says, the abettors, of revolution r't ,' ... i, i t, .-.-- But in ,these: qualities,-he bas.bnd'manyatsCth.l'raau CASTLETON' L BIVERS;>
following Interesting' incident closed. bad finally resolved l topresentbimseIf.; The have a fund of t"elvemilli of dollars We learn that the Rev.Dr. Crei &ton baAwritten1o ,Patrick.Henry, ., '-s :

.emaing: views of the administration' on the,,whole and will, whelm the time of action".comes- 'thestanding'committee of the Prp- and.'otbersoiall'nations... What seems more; c ''L..1t'6'rf *" ,'

*' 'When Kossuth concluded bis lecture, subject will be forwarded to, Mr. Rives .imraediately backed by the naval,and military: power of test nt'EVicOpal Church declining office
ir ,Jlr; Beecher lIt pped forward"holding' in The.same account-alw states:. the. federal government 1." The .-GaztJte of Provisional Bishop'of New.York-ito which 11 it biseloquence l- hs moral .undettone. I. -.k:, New.Lot :_: .

\u band a case containing several .Revolutionary There isTreason to believe in Washington, urges the importance of the establishment ofa i le was electe4itbe,last- diocesan convent Master o! his sabjecf/iife speaks other na- '. ';,Know'all men'(by these :pfesen.linerva .

.. relics and said; that the *8air'of, the' froroellietis :'wiB be German fleet guard the mouth of the We 1 tion.-Tile.conTention will not;"re-assemble tionsiviththe. energy but 1o.Vith- much : Montes' bare 'received'Casileton fr

; tam.requested to present to you this cas'flket satisfactorily Adjusted, aid-that,. no British ser, Elbe und!'Trave the: retention' of the'1 until r the'20tK :'of ?eptemb i'bexLrIn. the if the gravity! ,of{history. !He J,flatters uoprejudiCd LRversbne'letet, ,-tmsvj&og'jit

oataintng-not jewels, unless you.call force will beToaintaiaed at San ,Juan'here Prussian and'Austrain troops in Holstein meantime the Rt'IRev.Bishop Chase of'Newt =appeals'.Jo"no "P,3St'yet! .hisdiscourse '
tC&ese (holding op a common ball in one after. "'Mr. W ebEter' -despatch oh thisi"nbJect the ejection of all. suspicious.Americans- ampsnirer; wilt performepiscopal'duties'in adjits"itt ll \riih' singular art to. 100 full. Unes' each line consisting alJeait

jltaad and grape-shot in the other,).the jew. j to,Mr. Lawrence'bad.been tent to'Lord fcnd, finally I ibe repudiation all American Ihe diocese until the Ascens,. ISnbseqaewt its immediate a dieu e. Perhaps next to his five.Words each word consisting of at had

jscf war.. [Great laughter anJ applause..] l'a1mentDl.,.:ItS high spirit is commended. consular! agents. iii.Germany, to that period: theRt. Rev.BishopDelaucey; excelleat English,the thing \vluch'is most one syllable, each !'Uab1e'of. :at,'JeaJrtj$tJrelter

.loasuth i 1amsoxnehat' Inclined to _. Sir Henry Bulwer will go'to Italy for oIais : -Amertean,ClUzeia*y,tl e of Western. _New-Yp'rki.. will. officiate., -/.' ,"Y. curioun about *M. Kossuth in England' is f writtenln'a fair and. J lezlole'hanOot
eafltbemso. l kreA f or.i I :; be .has for jJ J *-! f, iyhichthi81 -
health, probably in"a diplomatic'capacity.- : French GoTernmeut, Tribunes the extraordinarygeniaslbich ", *
'vhel.egi8latureQf J Of \ y,receipt ia js Ls ',1 ;>
Beecher hold in my band a Anew' minister to ,the United Slate? will 1 1 i : saying thsright thing in the right place' '
; "
a'pJ't-1or. which were employed sOon DC appointed j'a'special authority.will: .A .Paris letter savs--Amo'ng.tbe very i ? '* Alabama,, adopttW'foUowinj ti the tspeeches.v.novf, reported not,one rt00chfIPe W ereunto I affix.t:di'W-.e l,

.*f believe fy'the Amertcaa patriots at the be extended to, Mn; Crampton I.'to settie allpending'queslipns. numerous arrests madewaSoneofantAtner.circom- :, ? '.. ., d .- its,l locality,without! .,manifest! disadtantageV'sTheJcity 'J.L this! day of''Septetnbefv 'ABno :;D>OBJni >
-B ttl.ofB nLcrHiU. I bold i lean gentleman1, under the ffillowHig !: SZaU :'speech rwas precisely :
XApplanse. ., / tbe.'tro'fd'VVednes- Be ift&refore vesed iy the ,ofMataina. \ : 18MINLava, :MoxTtSjjfcpaa
r+]&' some' diflknhy, (raising' 4be cannon .. ',' Confident expectations! are' enterjajned v stances:; He was in. beatet in' General' / nWyrwnt n;;Tfaat Sdaptedttf:'Ee7 ehyAhe Manchester speech '
l.Yr .
*bA 4n het;argument whi'.h was employed that the same'clemency:will bI)xteDded.1o: dar; ;A'friend'of' .bis'wu''crue arrested ne brarely we bold it.to be the d ty'f the Government would.not have done Winchester- nor thatdelivete4 kind in )oa to write such stvbfictt.

sttder( direction of the great Paeifiieator, I MriT Thrasher as has already been. shown to 'but not allowed be : "asal5 aa need and the people of tbe United Stat .10".eedti. -$ SouthamponatCOpeuhagerFielilj. : : and my oWigatier*"are greatly Inercasejf&f

AOeneral Jackson,at New Orleans. [Laugh the.other Cuban.pnsbners.. desired to be/ The other the : vatt r i f'amityand. good wiU.wijh! l !.. Nd\ihat thtirie ws anti opinipas a VecbKection'bf i Jthe",'influence'ttadei; FkSti
.ft1l These were: put in ,this very-strong'flR.notwithoat lesslyind'seVtrell struck by' 'He' all.lhe>nations.of the;earth.,, i-In peace, td rn any ,respeq'cbnlradictp i y.nt ,in. eac htbm omwrote ,lt*is deserving $
: beauty-by the: citizens Later<. despatches from -Europe received who had him fall/in their power. was treat all as' friends:in'>-ar,' s'n mleS.", iar special :.tone t-a particular line 'of

-I Cttarlestowo, Mas, i see they bare ad- by our Government. ,,, state that England has taken"to the Coneiergerie. ;:locked' up for the And td b 'entangling-alliabces with.onejind'l I argutdent, exactly calculated to suit the'aadiei -; ':fie considerate, kind and cbeeilPglBpea or
,.. --titf enclosure- lock of tbe'hair .or fully- dWvdwed- actoi:. finng1into .the; Arst. nigbt i dafl&eOlItaAd afterwards: practice literally the doctrines ofn ft. >qt before him.. If iL.Kowntn bad lived i I rounded by frie ldS'aM'blftf"1MFri ejfl*

.('"II *:3ef mon and of Andrew JaCkson, Prometheus,.at.'Greytbwn, .1. r.),RI ell.Lu: the n3i'wascrowdedtartofthetime111nearlyfive'room known" as the' &ikdaGirnndins. .$Iereflt1eq.J ..JI I .i in.EnKlaBd! all his days, dpj.not see how 'enay'fpr amn ent''butV ))tj iii.ii'
tbese"wa.Jike relics ) knowledge '
hal --- couldhavC *-1-"r'
at8lWneftt' be di8pajed.arucer.
fc rtf* irpon the occasion' :of Gen Jackson'sMrUitlto also recopize4/and:appeared\\ before.\\Rex-. hundred prisoners,;some' 'ell- 1Jih.* Va1. 'IVU1 P! .d of on I r iaf'jeculiarities'parsnlts,and' characterMan that rredo' :10: ]ff

( .Bonker Hill!, in 1833, presented to President Lonijlfapoleonj i as' he hasbeen;: dressed and wjsll-manneredVolheirf! the'lowest :We congratulate>-thef Legislalirre:and tb* he now'does.1- : ; ** : "unIoyabIe'ijis Ae"retydfsijtaazaetywifl

of tbe- angtrous"'popnlatiojfof*? r leaped > Stale the by both brancbeaioJ _._, _". f_, j --.tf. smile fwosjw'rom heirtIiI
ub'tbe hands of the then GorernoiiafMa I styled. At premtfibk"horizon dour. ,, on, passage n 'P".1 M" 'f- : : .
.* '" ,'*' refcaaedTirdmjBe;gaUeys or prisons General Ai mbln of the wMfoi9'CT'' t. "
t onr 'own EdwardEyereU1romeieni ; 1 -t or I the ; to'Gz1.'Ca1v aLTb&New9xieaps the crrhpahiptotjp 'of' strahgehji M4fofrgeitihg
1Wxom .
rr UJ1: .i! .
reign ba thiCtonflOjsomesvereOrtUflaLB :
Wraw"spread Bigoaiureojbwfixe
of Charleatown. Tby remained i The'only;bedding was Tax Bill.:,V It biily.the of.the 24.isit.,
,. L'icaynne atTj'_the .i nyaices ,oftbsts4and
--- "- .to haves 'become a law _
Jackson aJlcr : :. :;-:---- ; Ilency GoV.CoiBto '
J'UltA poMessioa of General )kaqvtt.4iieiU s4 l an..The "fobiyras ceive :says::: .iVA-bav<>. been informed of.irumQr t1e.dowa..br;u(1
eftd from the Presidency to his b rmnaMI 'J1te blaJiket'but; byno/means ; I awl there is no doiibtbUtth'd will ? I that the ietou! #)a t1.under'Gen.: CafaalweW -:1 n lpr,-pe
and at bis drath be :printed them a*, We refer/our rea3ers to the rticlfWa our 'orJihary,prisonen'farel: .Thecriini Jo his*5gnatare at onceTw. .A1 iyinglpeM : 6mplete1r broken3:up*and3 idispersedVaad boldvith BS its frs:a"ndf.n isitserH4'rritu.

-W ttkea oJ his'regard. '-K. P'Tfist, Esq.WKr ; 6rrtTTag iD-da ;-rrom..tJi London Wetn; in which this ge Uem A W: ;| prsoned,1nd .we consider jt tyfa' the\ mortimporlantj' Iaw-.- '"? that their ItoBer:was a>prisoner.mAJori .--'
bare been kept labia, *family frorot reference t. tbe firing into the simmer proRKJtbeDB'Tbi' bisr eompanionTbeilen, tvas.eryuitVsc1a4ucrnwd which. ;ha.sbeen. enacted since JU eofganuai BroiriHul) 08Vb ai r ate4gt3 r. .ofDit.: '" ro ;' f 1)
.Sevroegt.glieriajAtke .. ,
tolhiej'and rt %as''expected bal **ii1 t British"inanofwarwhich: Ri1ni1J'amt b in'- bocf1hcSlAte< GoTerninent-AThe iJattuellpt.itaeIl < -" ... yJ -
tiT M Gen.vHarneyr6fprf5iolaUng! tbA.neutralitjr
i. iafl
i ,streets were io gratitnde t kpq.f.t\d J'oi goik9.: :
: : muchrbfadplo1riCeiidkb )
tttVbJlhmi.itl. aarJkev-15um
l as for genMtoant.s barca ied so Iws.mn attempting o. organize an expeth'
i Bar t ittriul..*" p h rfiwganan' tbthgs&h c i qu nctfndted; Mosqtito,41Jtt nottssuedwljl: 'ni/.a. .'mornui r.J br4mighbeacUe1interrere th0h ppPjd:5fl4it afl4s'1iitunaixdp1curIr tion'agamsftheGoreBment; bf'Mexicu.'on J N .1'n'Iw i.i:1ft::, # :raAOib1awbn

cattse has brought outs.$ tion'poinsit: does fromileadin;Engrfis .t uf.opf; truelx.yteerinaCom -; toep4eriLall; .boner'fofrilawisa: I I10t1 .thiaMapIieRio: Grand.1 H r,-u 'I' ; 'oii ncliidetd pt .u 1OIT.
i ,
relied t on as'ia HBparijtta f ; Mr.gGoonuca.their, prisonelobtllMdJiis i.natriotiiork: ; Sa" .!y ddmtnioriAli ay'e > -A
jbornattttoy it' : ;
I 0 Laagbterindap.) ) statement of the whole-matterrat least'so ,release_ _onTuesday. .: .:, :'u' i' :;NO" 'W1 >.c : -.vrj 'L TZ n. 'JJ1 .f e-ad,1 arlf .., ,... J."r: :1 1 .o1.
. ngci [ _._ J rTbeiaui'tbL,.had 6ee.-arrested -a..a uictt it does_,wan neiuL good
-t1itptiv :
1.Go 1 1tel -F -t{ 3f 1.
; lWt
this 'Y'o fafii (riglUsd iiUem areTOVpivligtWatcoonl .o 1he
I to present i ttl tf i recervedlu N wYork'tiiAf t is' .1cl1i"'Sicii r ;
= tor.j. nHl'ntlnte1) bat- imprisw d1rGe; } Uruey1s4es1iUttet0fouud4ioa ; I thitl 11i1Jrip.': l1ttheft'1W "at eeitaiu1Y atlbotr_ (" 1 'D tht'5th ..
fi ft. J. do a itsays b.'Xent k 1._.. erwtim
:t titiU ''of tbWstate of afeiriT'bn the ... el ttd'U.t .: .l ; .1t iotce'ta'nIy.1 known labl''i "' .tJ."IL."lrma :'ucrr. ''
; the.ewo. baB ,. '' kppes1ntbieouritu biz ff(WbigJWU L ;"; l'- .' ; 11C
that ID SIn "Uf.t lot A1'cbib whether b'v on 1a11.l11i8, or. 1 b" qwtr.Olh.'Ri > iiu' 4 fI- \**. o4s **-*
.witKTYe -
$ d .,Sew of th H"-bfr ibtj,j I !sth.mu4tht ire ..y..t wet I III ea9i Enkand,1h $tbUSb.) Sot utort4 1! ". by 1nide it b ieh\ a ...p ., : ".
eBrit..1W1.CatJ1net */ T T'V nderfjgfit'iS '
,*_ .. .LW'1., w'jd4 'tbell;U'DOt cansot Mppdee lor one moment. that -" j mentW i miirtaff deCtisnt4nY'' i UbaS the ..u..naliOI"f. .;..'IJ__.r.1"I.";.,.,... t.'n.w.-'."_;. forcetaent.art congegratingt53iit bi7QteJcatat :' wIS- 1. S&SSSKiVJi

Iftft iflt "'; beTarJ1IgCWIU ,will beiltite t4 make'dne2 epafbrn *. t bj'tbd>ttantilWe.i''wiXh r ," h ..;. -- : t.1It
o' "i\t' .
'O Ow.. iiflaDa4. 'liCoa''or Indnitjferrd to bur flay bjrbe iwSKSe&du'iatfsf; ..tloBthir>O ks 'Ill the Senate oaa"'ridar1httll; as4MiWaIkere5Attd : 'tf..o"c 1i..!.1 ... J .> ,, ,.t JI.r.f" ,, Ca.11f ''tb.-' 7i.a' !.. --,'-' f
ft' -' .
p'tOea. & '*.aw fi 1 >7n rarlorce;and that siep >ai be speedii 1 >bryiafeneVal'6f &." Ih6ThiqflOtial ottethat : "t'Iha.it .' na. 'pe*efauleat" ,tr..p t '
tiaY'riiiD iaf -t >
Lf 11f'1."'W.1, I rli"-tc Az-fa gLifajj.j:;eAutegte Wh> >.tnia. *f
er -tbu1w" i6 warw'ofiaois* iaXaltdid lIrjK' QIL '
t> ,
ti 1tIet-M' i tlm f
.w kIt hi .,.1. .1 .
ri i 'mi
= .. expece ; Bndtho l--bo 6 fii <
'tti.iD '" besaApen'tnemorial j ''' g
1. ,bave..--pnrcb* '4 by'jl. mW. of. it .y1. 1itti hcef' tektiOniWith tbattoTthiitt, ; ois 1 '' ..\ lici, A i.\'1"1V.J- ,- .: -J.S'rattofrrt._ Xfl
*' .LfJ tlte'' I&.' and good wf chWbCb' irtcf. .JL.b:lb t" American;B tckawe -w. '.:Af r"" -. J.S' t.J'f. j1ie1$ ,jI.al "felt. f.
.ll-1 tl
? world- a' Abe soIi MtlM\; *& lao.the4abIen fMi, :l 11rt b:
ut a orti iIt. tfr 'fliOfl% aitiir dat fv1Mut,' 1dA It' J! tQlrtv toe.. WI''.an4 at".v..}''e.JI4-'t";': c,. .. #;..r s.-. '- ,.
iJ.k.l'J1J 'f lsbevt'tj 'ih 'U4 brfi* fo1 bytof 21Jg :,. "+ rs, ) 'fI..tr. &- .4. Ud1'f11.:1'
..Jot'ill I iin'Cw..ftHNm! *jt 'i-t It y 1i. J'c. itase4'tott ).' M'1t'f1 .s.j'i1 .t ; t'w' fJ O' 9 "3J'YJtM 'Lc t r : -4I lJq' r. ;
.. .. v.p.l" .'M .4ll'-.t L.1.tJJ= Id ; j. .;; ,, t $4d # f l.l r jt'
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h&ea'.likf myself, in the world's hollow Cobb closes with- an- .invocation to'the great 't .. .JL ; 'utb.f':; __. V .S jAr'nciples of e\Den: V ftaticpar. tk. iA- But the experience of these persons, wilt
Ruler of iheiOfeif i thittbJ8C5n tiru.tft>nand w V:be adyoted.s & bS .IH' doubtless suggest to them tbeXact that tin
rs ; b.
rti4cN ) tbeir hearts but embraced Poodles J t 1
this Union'may!! by rpdualedj'to oil & ;8P.W tE'r7 e,beln"e tcite|liefjirirtcjpleijjprifch t ur 'fim principally property upon which they rely for their ap
* Cttens &c. Then think you I am not ratter latest rtr.! .. \\\l J f'f' ft f. 1 \L .. ; : J IVJ"et" lfe.uceess| dred ; ,' port in old age cannot be secure to themi
po.st : | ?
$ unless The of the
to be en vied ,bis ( : rl iUto ly nisterd 'J tpJo .. \ IO township, mass people are inteUigeat
Tour advice however, is "good (as some He'bas : g spir atedVTf the bistoryofthe pastay for the support: of 'schoSis This grant that Jhe bile which they may have to pat
Hiiiiiiitfunir.JACK 0 I \ ceived as ?philosophy'teaching by example,' amounts to'abo'ut one million of acresijI.esszqpL towards the education of their neighbort
in heroic
oae says) "u far as it ROCS, but not snffi .. more by:this proposition Js- suseptbleoLhistoric ehildrenjsa premium given to.innm thep4euilf"oU

-_q jiifr ipliciyand..besides, there are not '-.. the loftiness of his talents.and'th purity 'Jrb'of. *fn.'the.lasf: 1848.trUnflet this- l land,pa Is 35CU.gradualljr Hufi being"slddth81proe ( bur:ml I.

aftcietft, dncements offered to persuade S.O,N-TIL L. .E:: his i character i., than ,by: the; mftia prowess ,0rIWhig.tatyhi! 'on: tbre.eaifferent; occa-. fuvested in productive sap.pli4J9lep. SI 'Ua a

_:io; u3opt your' theory" into ..practice.Maynap be has displayed.. The American people possession of JheGovernment pf distributing the interest annually : nation we are:'now exhibiting:to cheefothern
I Thursday, January 22, and ruled the country for ape- i to aid, the education of the children .oa icr the struggle for JibertjT '
bear' with
and' '
you are mercenary, only might well! bavet6ignaiize4his reception' : : :\yelre/years, dating'Johe :in state between the ages of 5 and 18 .-it'l..tafA..
tetoiid that'lain but a charity client andjoubave.a&yet We received no mail on Sunday last,'rs:' unusual bon or,*w ihe.had before, them time when the present .administration th.

received no."lee." .Lore usual, no boat having arrived. This' omission the formarrecognition'by 'their government shallr baVe-teen'Trerabvea froffl'pow rr To I .?By? aractpasse3* *: at tuFlasPsesalOn*,' the PziyA .qw3Irno1R TI, : aaregatifiedt

mman.once,".-what IL guaranty1 will you is occasioned by the,new:;arrangements' of'the etcellence"bf r-the>manf andofithe: show with"'what success it has administeredthe'affairs i benefit the fund i is confined Vto those thil .tne info $ioa ejitained ii'

give that I'will.notbecome dissatisfied and consequent upon the loss of'the Magnolia.! cause for%bi }h was:prbscribed, In.'tendering .oCtb Datoni'and Jbe degree it of is dren who attend school three months wjthin! the following,paragraph;,from:toe- Charleston '
favor t obl people, the: i preceding the time when the,first
repent! my exchange Will you be my tu The mail -floe the preceding Wednesdaywas : ihr'the,use. of'aia'iionalveseI. to only.necessaryUb.saythat on e'ach'pccasionIt distribution year is.to wbi h.distributionis Courier pf. the i3th.n.t.'Iodaay

tor5ViIl' you undertake the task of teaching brought by the ..Welaka, on Saturday., ,:; convey 'o :shores; andin, despatch" forfeited the public confidence Within1 the to k place b mae rt September,'1852; have bet share interest i in the matkit'Coaotsloth' .'

the uniliated heart how to pour out its logan agenttb ,the, scene ,of, his! patriotistruggleprepared'in first year of 'its rule, and as'leCdn a" mea- .By.a report made to the Senate at the last 11onie 'v won
..jjBeeless offerings .upon the marble shrine, GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE.-We are thus early the event'of; its successfuljichievement rejminorityiu,. the popular branch'of. '.the seasrnnitappear* there.wHI probably be, to Fridaythe 9th l1S .;'upon? priv
, indebted to the publishers or'this, work, in National Legislature. The present adminristrationforms distributed-- 'on the '1st 'September, The Senate passed nearly all upottitstalen
"and to'stand by as calmly as it can and see to proffer the bond1; of. exception to its two Federal '- et
abouf > ,
. Philadelphia, for the February number. Its $!,20q. ,;, dar.; The House'aim went(hroughr thfiri-
irhen .the fuel of novelty and vanity".has wide popularity is an ample guaranty of, its international, frafernityJ', ,- predecessor.1*. The people have'expressly ;::As it was uncertain! ,Jiow thiny' 'children vate calendarf.passing every bill npodt iU
* ""consumed them, their ashes scattered to the ;Kossuth has become the guest of the na ''declared, 'through the. 'voice'of both would be returned, as"requited by law, to The Speaker then presented a.message from

*%rlnds:in.mockery? Can you do this f Alas merit--or else G.a1tam'and Kossuth have tion.. He has been received ,in, the U.. S. branches oI'Congresstheu want of, confidence the'Plate superintendant. ;'an'act,was, passed the President of the U. State traaamiBiftjfte*
'' such thrown dust into the eyes of the reading : l f'our.pr eent rulers; and that voice providing; &'hat'shouJd there not be enough ports from .Secretary of State,reJaliffit
'ot love! An uninterested rd to
can never Senate with the '
roust within
same ceemonyacc be heard and .obeyed the limits
'. public most extravagantly. money, ansing from the interet of the school the.Govemment of ,the Territory.of cUtaft,1-
'If a true teacher. No-no, no-I cannot Lafayeue"d the Hpusejof Representatives! of the'present year.", ,, fund; to allow two r to be given annually An animated debate sprang up on4hquettion.of -

,.trastyou yet. Love me first, and then per. The ftoriJian, states that ,$90,000 were after a period ot cautionsdeliberation as,to We extract the above from an' afiicl' in for the education of each child returned reference; the messaiceflhdwjyer,

* ttafisl' may accord you permission to teach at once.taken ia Tallahassee, on the open. the merit and, effect of the 'courtesy/have, the last NczL& u'which the newly.announced, as required,' by JaW t the state superintendant was finally referred to.th Committee' oa
."ae AcID to love. ing of books for subscription to the Atlantic Tendered a similar invitation to the Magyar, editor,' oresb-adows.hi political r course We ," there'shall, b taken from1-the Slate Territories.. f .
Treasury sufficient'to "
'an .fd II.
*f.J>Again, I would not have love inspired by and Gulf Central Railroad, oa Monday .the' chief to appearbefore that body. He ','has: beg leave to dissent in toto from the etimatebere' the 'amolnr ik up. Aeeldent.' Y'

""iAtit- de. I aspire' to something. entirely- 12th. been received :too, upon special invitation, ; a vance pf the "prinT iples pf the'Democratic As the law'now etnd&hou1'thesbol .On Monday :the,,9\\ ,inst3 th'cj'yee

diflVreot, Gratitude in return for tIle first Sale of the Paibpero. at the Executive Mansion by the President : party,""so,far as. they have, in'general fund amount to $ ehildre Mary Ann, on her way down the.Savannab,

."'absorbing 'pa ion of my nature You are The sale of this vessel, which was madeon of the United States-not, however, a a been developed. .As,an' illustration' of be titled returned,' children. would be en-, river, bound for St. Augustine, came !
to eachJ$10 O cents.
'dreaming. Keep your gratitude for the Saturday tat, was to II. C. Templeton, .pledge of. official interposition' in the' cause those principles, we suppose the News would To obtain receive this money, it is there. tact with the British Ship 'Kerrnr. ipt.

*. nurse,who attends you in sickness-for the of New Orleans for the sum of $15,100. Kossoth'bas immediately! at heart, but as.a. claim its own course on the recently agitated should be a regular' necesr. Gettis of the Mary Ann, was dEraek pnJbe

inan who lends you moneys-jtxir tailor The furniture- apparel, &C..of the boat, tender 0(' the homage of the most exalte'd territorial qnestoniaSd, their sequences': We There must be a County Superintendant.' right arm'by a 'pordoa of :'thi marnmasi ofthe

*'if ho fits you correctly-your office boy, &c. consisting mainly of sets of handsome gilt- American citizen, upon whom official position believe, that istea of.,perpetuating," those 'There must be Trustees. Schoiner. which' tore the, .fle'sli ijvthe
There must be Tehere."The
**lteV I, who have been t=o accustomed to framed pictures, was purchased in l lot by T. places no restraint when the ,presenceof principles would be subversive. .of this Gbyeminent. County Superintendant.J' must 'divide most shocking manner. The baJw.arb'ofthe"

'feeing, loved, content with only cold grati- 0. Holmes of this place, for the sum of $425. I one ijfho bas nobly struggled for Constitutional1liberty And nato the -I historical proof"of his County"into' a convenient 'number 'of ,Schooner were carried; ,andVlae
"tade Again I say you must be dreaming, There was little disposition by the publicto I 'awakens the instinctive .the contrary, .tber is proof strong ;jas: School Districts-Art., Section 5thSchoolL. Ship lost her flyingi jib boom, ; j.CapfGertiawas

.And then a divided heart! No-I mtllootl bid high on tb'e boat as the friends of sympathies of another.' has been nurtured holy writ:!,that this'heretical "Federal'party"! and.; 1849 the,; mu between of October the first in.day each of.July,, conveyed to' the City Hotel}; aridf'was
day year
have undivided heart and that : and chosen'to doing well under the care of r.ibl4a*
under the
an ,
; : Mr. Segur expressed their wish to purchasefor preserve guar furnished the most numerous and most conspicuous i make out and transmit to the State Super'm-
vholly, tolely, and eutirdy mine. None his interest. anties of a Constitution.The leaders of the very Democratic tendant,report in writing,'bearing Ja.t on Since seeing the above,accoant we Sam

v other do I wish. None other will I have. There were several, persons from New reception of Kossuth on our shores party now: so highly extolled.. Witness the first day of July, and stating frt the that Mr. S.. Wakeman, of .'Augustme,

None other would be a just equivalent for'inine York, Philadelphia, and Charleston, who it almost constitutes an ovation. In New James Buchanan;Ingersoll of'Pennsylvania, whole in his number of School Districts set .. who was also on board;;was'slightly' !d.

: and can you furnish such an one is understood to attend the sale. York honors were heaped upon:him by corporate county. $* -
I. came J. K. Paulding, Marcus M ton,'and others. 2d. The districts which shall have made The people of Santa Rosa couty.la
If the 'bet' was to be decided at the expi- authorities, by civicjraternities, by their annual him within the
The New Steamer Florida1 The Mount The term allotted to the ascendency of the report to year. State, in public meeting, app intecta'delegation
ration of six months, you have won it: and Pleasant. military bodies, and by religious sects. In Federal l, party daring the last half century, 3d. The length of time the schools have to attend the Soutbern'Ra li'Convipn-

yet Iiave you won it 1 Look into your beart* The long expected Charleston steamer, Philadelphia the enthusiasm of his reception is,,too, not, in exact,acrdance,with histo- or been female kept teachers-in each district were and whether male lion which'was to have., .,-assembled. l at'Itw
search it narrowly.if it, in defiance of yourde.natjofl the Florida having left Charleston on Wed. was but little abated. In Baltimore his employe. -> J.- .i
rical accuracy.. How far were.Madison and '4th. The number of in.each. Orean pn.theSthinst. _, rrtr- "
:. does not bow to my facina- nesday the 14th at 12 o'clock, made her ap- greeting was cordial and. distinguished.These .- Monroe antagonistic to Federalism ? True, 5th. The number of children over the age < '; >
tons; and if not something nearly of and under the' ot 18 residing' THE 'WiAT i.ER:-The weather ia
; quile very appearance in our waters on Friday last. were the testimonials of .the people.In the former wrote the Virginia resolutions, 5 age years
continued cold tro "tbe
: akin to it. Mind you, no evasion : T rely She left Savannah the day previous at 4 Washington there was a cessation the I in each. point unusually te
'. but afterwards gave them 'a'. Federal, con 6th. The amount of public allotted of our snow-fall to the eveninOt'nj4ay
upon your honor bright," which must not o'clock in the afternoon, reaching here popular acclamation-almost as if to give struction; and' his name is associated with"tbat each of said districts, as also,moneys the amount of last.' The cold then 'gave indic t'9ns"of'

'tarnished by deceit. If it is so confess it, about 10 o'clock in the morning. She had emphasis to the mark of respect which the of Hamilton in authofship of the .moneys received by him from all sources,and breaking away. On the morning gJoL? that

and then I may be emboldened to offer my. been preceded on Wednesday by a small dignitaries of the nation had prepared. Federalist work ,' how expended, Sect 7lh,'Art, 2d.: day the thermometer stood at 18 and 20. Oa
*elf next; but if not, it only remains for me boat from Charleston, the Mount Pleasant, These unprecedented tributes to a ( expressly designed The Trustees'mu( after"tbe first day of the morning of. Wedne&dayjt' stood at 36.
: foreigner commend'to the ratification of the people'the before the .'I.'.ir'
everyyearand on or
**-o send the forfeited miniature, which will which will be have elicited the voice'of' ,
it seen is advertised to run the public pressas Federal features of the Constitution, then day of March .therafter,make and trans A Card

'&; duly dpne according to the directions regularly between this place and Lake Mon to their justice or unfitness. While the warred upon by radical Democracy., At this frt a report in writing 1 the County Super : i !'jSn.ufn Fr.O a
given on former OCCZSIOfl. ; intendant for such dated on the first JackJonyjlle, Januaqr.lS.lSSij; S
this have
roe. By steamer we received a copy popular sympathies been spontaneous even' Gen. Jackson be county, : '
do recollect of includifig day, might. rejected as day of January of the in which shall We the undersigned,pa gen Ion.the
The "Address" riot of the Charleston Mercury in advance of the i ly awarded to Kossutb, there have been year
a Stea.mer"&ondd ter first front .
Federalst be transmitted. on trip
in the' bet.' I did DOt iQcJ myself to mail, which we found deposited in the those who, either from a frigid indifference "
post 'deeia'ft
not know any thing which smacks Every ,such report specify-first the via Savanna;to Jackaonrrae; i* give that gratis. Great as wy vanity i is, I office, and for which we suppose outsell indebted to the struggles of a people a'gainst oppression more of absurdity tbantbV, avowal that the whole time any mu, shools have been the travelling pnblio to fire our testimony if-tb*

;have no fear of detection even whea I sendS to the favor of the Captain. From or from.the more laudable apprehensionof people have declared theiffw&nt of 'confi- kept in their district, during year,endingon capabilities, the comfort and tafetj. thi&isw

the miniature ; for as I bave often told you, it we extract an article, giving the dimensions involving our happy country in European dence in their present ruI is.' Mr. Clemens the day previous" to the, date of such re- route, to express oar opinion of tha .1ieipt7

son have never seen me, (to note me particV &c., of the Florida. A personal observation convulsions by too'free countenance of him port. and speed of this very fine steamer,.aa f ll M tf
of Alabama, gave publ'c contrary testimonyon 2d.,The'aount of moneys received daring the courtesy and ability of her ;wor t xGip il*,
'larly.) The miniature you.way have pf the boat fully verifies in our who would seem to be. in a measure the the floor of the Senate ; and what can be, .such )'ea and the:'manner in which L.W. COXZTES,and'Clfl cert-to whom;we f f.

sayyou have bonestJy'w rtt but not mind the favorable expressions of the aibiler of Europe's destiny are unwilling 'more conclusive than the''coincident sentiment !- such moneys have bee epne. _, through thia opportunity, to offer Jn mdirtflOfCal

r the Address, till I please to give it. And I Charleston -pre sin relation to her. Her to concede to Kossuth the full extent of his of the 'people-'especially the people of ", 3d. The number of duringthe thanks and very sincereacknptrl JbijiJl

the bracelet : yon have, I fancy, too many commander, C pt. Coxetter, whom it has worth. Others conjure up a thousand, imaginary the Sonth-and Mr., Fillmore in to. 4th.The year. number of while children, attentions, and oar lest wishes tt* atrotiaft
such tokens of Ladies' favors, "unloved"and been our pleasure for the first time to evils as a of a too han reere.nc rsid- he so wall deserves may be heaped unCapt. hJEnuf;
> meet consequence the great measures 1 Mr. F. in ing in the distict on the first day of December -
adjustment .
** unloving" though you be; so that my with but of termination of the of such H. C.Templeton NewCWeana
wljose enterprise in connection some magnanimous compliment his first message endorsed them, audit I thepeople" making report, Capt.John Magee CharlestOn u.
offering would M scarcely challenge your with steamboat navigation on our coast we initiated by the nation. It is true have since oyer the age of, five and under the age of 18 -. Capt. R.L Tessier .zdo ,2 -.*&
"Notice'." You send me one of your hair: somewhat informed that Kossuth has solicited the American .spokenon anything, it years, and the names of the parents or otherpefsons Capt. C.S. Wright,PhiladefpttaV : ,,t
*. are possesses qualities people is in confirmation of that endorsement. with,whom such children shall respectively Capt R.H. Leese and lady,Delaware
when you have taught me how to love I will which, highly fit him for his responsible to assume a position which might .contravene they who laud the Democratic party will I reside, and the number children .E.S. M.B UIina.Wakeman, Augn3tlne.r-j. .;J*'
Georjria. n wi:>
jKnd you this. charge, manifesting promptness in the discharge the principle of nonintervention venture to take issue with Mr: Fillmore residing with, each, See Art. 3d, .Sect.19. Thomas- O'Brien Chr1eston.LewiB.HenryNew.York. .:"t"4'

I shall spend some portion of the coming of his duties and urbanity to hisguest. with the disputes of foreign peoples, which in the Convention which the and 20, School.Law.1849.: .h .JJ
party organ.1izers interfere T. M. Janncy and lady, do*
winter in neighborhood "D o vo- As to teachers it is unnecessary to -
your ; was so wisely inculcated W
by :
Washingtonfor T.S. Bates, South Carolina
are now striving to convoke shall with if those
we present now
lante;; you bad better fall in love (or rather We need the future guidance of the nation. He W.Holsteindo .<*i.b"J7
hardly we are gratified at
say in confidence the make
trust to people's 'voice"in employed'will'.but reports, as required Jal. &T. Gould St. Augustine.- ,' .g:,
*r\sl* to it) with me before then, or I may this addition to the facilities of commnriica would have the nation make avowals-which the approaching fall. To'" that by.the Trustees. ;. .- ;A. H.Cole, Florida. ,*_?. ) lI'

the' Inclined to believe it prompted by some tion with our river, and connection with so might have the great moral potency he pre we bow; and if it be'in, approval people'sdecree of .The act establishing! a school system, embraces '' :Charles C. Sum VV., Charleston.Berder ::.1,..II'4 rotn. 1

"other motive. important a neighboring city as Charleston.We dicts for them, and which might deter the encroachments it..1S true, many other provisions, W.Brady- : .*-
.' the lofty republican principles \which the which will be of 'service when our school .
?On't mate any other dis hon of that bail it with pleasure as an extension of of absolutism over the millions administration has fund"becomes sufficiently large to authorizethe Dr.Bessu. .
"pbrtrait by Cook. Some time or other I of the old world present 5 signally man establishment [We, were,informed oa the arrival of UK
. our commercial facilities, and indication. ; they might aJ8 on the other tained/we shall venerate'more the motto of of schools to.be supported
iIi yon will give it to me; in the mean of our sectional business prosperity. Whenwe hand only have the effect precipitating our -"the fabric entirely by the means contemplated by.the Florida. here on Fridaytast, by:sev ral of

iime'you had better send press of'4mericariempireought system., the passengers, as,als/6 by Capt; xeiQr,
me a daguerreo- i indications of wishto our nation-at present the only ark of /
type.: In spite of the folly of images en. thought we saw a and earth into pace to rest on, the solid'basis! of the.consentof At present it will probably be best to proceed pf the preparation! :of/he'above"Card:; bfihe
r build op a rival line to the Savannah tranquility on all the hor the people." So thought Hamilton, THE no farther'with the organization thanis
'graven on. the heart's tablets" &c. &c., I'bavi boats, by establishing a Charleston line rors of universal war.without in the end advancing FEDERALIST.XIlIed'Wonnded. necessary to secure a''due 'share:" r the voluntary' act of
nearly forgotten how you look. merely for its termination in Charleston, and in the least degree the cause of human school. fund, asat present provided. '- requested by the same parties, to.copy' Ihe
*"'For your past attention and kindness When the people have ,become more familiar same from the New as' it bad been handed
the that there and 3II .
plea urged were more natnral ilng>
rigt with the yst m/und when its beneficial to that on account:Fbf the*&> of'ta.t"
yttfhave gratitude. paper : ; :
a.,'., my affinities between Charleston and East Florida this,allowance must be made for From the Savannah' Republican obtain! results shall have been developed,'ih'en' ; -" : W "

? *'. 'Very. respectfully, adio, than between our section and Savannah, the intensity of Kossuth's nature. Well the following list of the killed, wounded, and it will probably be found best to proceed far- issuebehig.then ,earliest.: We copj;;accordingly

\ M. R. MO "TE. we dissented from such arguments in favorof may he indulge a hope of foreign aid to succor missing, onboard.the:'ill-fated,Magnolia, as ther with the organization-to proceed even as, a.tvery common actoJjeey
: to the full extent contemplated by our pre- on the part of the'press in a vieOm ,
.* !Ir. obb'. a Charleston !ine. We at the same time his country, when be contemplates the furnished the Savannah papers., ,Several.of sent Laws. : ." '
Inaugural. of 'the of
case on
cordially welcomed the enterprise as-a sad reverse he,as her champion, experienced, those outdcd-aje of 'the party.placed-in > 'By'the returns made to the Legislature in boats.courtesy this'rralu.aitnouch part li !!ra
The of Mr. Cobb delivered to new
the inaugural of the Session, of at legitimate increase and further extension of at a tim the disenthralment of that shelter at Coopers place, among 'whomwe 1848, it oppears there were'in:'the state at We'do> *'= 2 **
opening present the that time (exclusive of Santa Rosa and Dade ,we find appended !? the.Card a;n g tj! e for
Georgia Legislature, of which the following our commercial facilities, for .same reason country were well nigh attained. In askingour had reported vwere. several deaths and ( '

is a synopsis, sets-oat with a reference to that if our trade would justify,we should country to be the great leader in the bat- the dying.condition..of;Mr. Austin t i ,As't this counties, from which no returns'were reeeiy'ed the Savannah Georgian and Charleston J e.-
) 9,966 children, between the ages of 5 ,.and ."send.'bnis: th
rier to. tQtUiisf *
copy (
the position of Georgia, as an eminent one like to lines established still tle of'nations it concession i lift appears.in.Republican late '
her sister States of the Union. see urtherNorth, ,.isi ot. a to..its so a. and 18 years, and that of these, 2,942.could J ras)office.". ,The 'noticeaVigaUed
among agriculture; mechanical arts and By even to Baltimore or New Yo rk. With the greatness which might atonkjpr the .extravagance Thursday last, we are in hopes the wounded read and wtiteiJ,814'cotJJd[ read :onl'..and forth'a
manu- little that
I rhrctetrollersofthe
.ifaetjrw! *he presents a picture which her same views we now,welcome the Charlestonline of such a hope Rictus ward him are still :surviving, and' ibatth'e': account of 5,210 could neither ftSd brwritei :. surprise;

.proudest sons may contemplate with pleavsure'and and only hope that it will spur up 'our the'meed due to candor'and. ,.while I : we ,do deaths,on.the.island was incorrect,; 'Sjill i we By Section 3d of \ L. f> i *Card* should t t ,be' :so- ;.specific t <-*' 1!la.-* t3trn.til -
J '
1849 it is made dia of
,) the AitiidScli Su publication, after the passengtrsi ftibJ
gratificatioion. There are those neighbors of Savannah to. be "accommoda. not yield.to his; solicitations.let.them! not have heard more recently, that three persons : :
perintendant to County
; lay
wlao remember the time when the first asked to it: asi
facto- us publish a as
as courtesy,
rj wall was erected within her limits. Her ting" as_ possible, and by her even-tempered startle us into a forgetfulness of the i intrinsic died on the island, two colored men and Mr. '.Commissioneres in their,respective",counties -
if notice
.present progress clearly foreshadows the zeal to prove that competition is only "the merit of the suppliant A greater combination Austin, 1st Engineer'who died on the morning ,'notice of the'amount apportioned to saidcounties the were a merepafpzff"a'4ota ( |
;when eYiU rank.among the most lifeoftrade." of the noblest qualities in ,human nature of the 13th inst. Mr. Crbzleir: ; mentioned- and !it. is made the duty.of the boardof :1 1 spontaneous. 'tribute, tb'the* ,ments iB*
nccessful of the States .. County C mmission rs'at: such' 'meeting boat-Ed. Repub:] jito,
manufacturing :of !was never presented than that revealed in bur'extract missing/} / are happy to >
'the Union.' The>natural advantages which BTewcpaper.Change. *' "" ffi.* LfJ- and annually thereafter, to add to the'sums ; -.' ',.I ,l!.
The last in the carer'ofLuisKosutb: ;: A patriot see is. safev. ._, #, ., f t to'be raised in'said '.Th "Steamer Florid-: ,
constitute the basis of the commercial greatneas number .of, the Newt, of this 'r t. f : county.for othercounty; .
. of Georgia are-.also advrrtej) Her place,,'announces the disconnection -of'F. wb ,has'strugglecffoj'fs.country'.and: ; for .XtffWJ.-. Coi;'Gorge !ivIcCy, ot purp ,'ar;sum'which'', in''their''judgenent This new,boat.designed for,the*tra cf between

,system of,, i rnal.improvemeri has createdan Livingston, Esq.. with the' that constitutional freedom,'in a series of military Jacksonville};negro, maJtib'. property:of themay de'ezn'pr'op r t' Provided,'said'sum this port and Florida is.wptbt 4r*
editorship of Mr. ..Mabry, of a :'mah shall not exceed double the'amouTatof school from all who
!identity Reeling between! all. portions campaigns unexampled f in'thejannals: J of ; negro pus.look, take'an interest..eitheria
ottheState, and the pleasure of'the, reflec- print. Dr.:Charles ,Byrne. is' announced as property of Mrs.Cater, of St.: Simon's Island., rnonfcy which'halj i : have.:'been: apportioned commerce or travelling. ,w"a

.jOG is enhanced by the fact that this result is its future editor; modern.timesdeserves'the.! pJU.dil of ,a ..'Mzssing.-Capt.' McNelty,4' Hugh"McGuire, to'BUcfi. ;;county j which,moneys, so added craft as eyer ..floated in ,oucious r.wtcm,....
alnast exclusive work .individual effort .Mr. G. C. Powers having purchased* an peopleiwho enjoy blessings emanating from George _:.Low, (colored l ,) Usual ,'(color! d :) together,1 with the"fees"ofthe collector" shall for storage ;neat sod)cotpn4joija

"This, is so with the exception of the interest in the Newt establishment the per a happier close'of,a similar'strggle'wbieh Robin, "property of JMrs.; ."Whitebeadj; one be levied and collected;: the'same* manner her ;arrangements.,,for. passenger 'IoJLs

'State.road.' This great work, no\v' 'depends will hereafter be p tasked their! infant'efforts. who combines white'maD, deck hand, name' unknown two as'pther.moneys directed,to be raised irt the latter! respect, VQ:have '&'n; Qtbinge
'upon the enlightened! ,judgment of the 'rep.Rsentativeeof p.tlblished.by G. C.:Powers :willi{ A'lu' black men (firemen,) names unknown andowner county, :r complete and inviting: ;She iaXromtbesb.ip. '
,the people, to render it a JSfcCo.We the.soldier- the'lHgiiit endowments unknown.5and black'deckWounded hnd, 'The net amo tif of thS't'fO ass umeutin I yard {lot Mr, SNaznERoteYQrkobnilttbe.nevSaannah

,paramount Tnonument. of' the' wisdom and wish the new firm success'in all their ofth'e',4cbolar.tie. ]) viso of' the : .- Mr': J.' Austin, I'stf Engineer! : the! county of Escambia'for, "the year '1859,. .boa t1kgqzd

forecast of jts patriotic projectors. In pur- legitimate business efforts..' Dr. Byrne" ,is a statesman, the characteristics l lofty talents; Mr.;Matlair'steward Mate::Mi:Vaughn, passenger; was'$2,050i; Y. The county-assessment. being i Gordon,;\.bu$.was,built,under,the jodanceaof
Valng these great objects, the people have not of and;unsulHed: purity'mustenliBt the Richard;, 2d ;i'Joe Gate, pilot;j'iimus, 25t per eLf produced for the count .fire>,hun- !apti COXJt1 W t\H ? =
"unmindful 'of the education' their gentleman, literary' tastes,) possessing:an admiration of O\, : cppk. \Vasbingtonj, ,, fireman; deck;:hand, dred and twelve dol1ars-rTh: there,aie*no\t. er.and, is Onpf .tbppopnettiUsM.

the, Inaugural) he directed under the ocratic party. His: ability,:and zeal were ::; ) ..'C : 'M :Mir rt'1 of 5 aud'18: jears' an increase irf tie assessment saUing,q lti@,,,of!'e ,'loid.wc 4
Jblessfng of Providence,to the consummation erst devoted to;,the interests, of'.the; Whig ;Ior ouinatiopaI.rest-an4of!. ;'the pre.epts thObe Njt 'F" ):W 'of ;25'pef ety would give 'each child the bar of i-New:Yprkjat twelve, .
e sii .
1 : eiri
of thU the education .f y B {:d (fOtbecoth.: : one dollar 'which added the
of to
jgreat object, the, in F ', tb per year sunk 'T urJda1.'J1)gqtJL av qi .";
'and nis erJf thdnityio'do: :
party we p"t ,
; regr tJo..find something t6wardimhigadnr
t.e and'minds of 'people." .' : received. *the State* tdwit? $2, would 4ayjiebt ter y. Ibiafaj
and their
L1MhCobb retoarks, that:'the threatening pen now,not.only directed against)that party; can popl Representatives': have the grlevoarf'calamity!! .wh'ich'Capt.'McNii.: .. give| for each child.threei1olIara.pet year or ,to"s.b.orJ.h ancl yeyongbejeIia4the =

4Mt 'coanecfed with; our; Federal :relations Uf also I against:;a constUutiouai.. .Union,pr.ganizationvithout.rderencj 'n'platD'ifdiat10Ds1bt they' will main- n faluty\ e.8Istale'' a' 'hlS"'slden J enpurfflprihrji haschoolipg'atiger| r : whoktimewas.

,w 5jilUmateIy l aitw a long and perilous to party.; Not. be')oo fearfiff i i ;* !forward tat -month'. '.i..,..t. .u? ft -l ,..,, f man "tLJ\d It.w e, qetg tax

raid brought to a close, 'by.the adopt'of'lheEneisurei bred: to eitber the'cue,tit,the Press nor'biffIng -.. donihoo! rst thtro&! wel i' .' 'rving-! :at the tep:' the oncq'an'dplace robVemeht him-, 'aVe 'zSu'ppoe t\me:.!that. a.manfa.presentur is inglattwiUghtonSurdayjeveniog er pwerbtt U1de1vyJph:: ,
know as the compromise. 'hel'of teajdolfars-, ) cen addea!:foe i'whbol steanIl rt lIItl
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That""compromise recognized two important an f incumbent, ,connection 'wkh :, either, n..despoti: hqmaitYa b.| .uein' desirefiwouldf assume"'a1pmctical'fprninlea t,w'buldra, ,. .. .. ''.te aai'ol iit t -iSl* 50".ct& | Ji l K I1f

principles: the great'American ,Doctrine of but. 'weaving'editorial.: );laurels> Coring the :woiluV' fct ref d mOst substantial ing tothenhappiesta'hdr'j :i'" nQw.on.tq8" rAt,T. epteubetoet,'>'thia Wfl/ two/after epm .J -t ;W

ibejigbt: of.; people, i in organizing ..Stalefjownttents spare hours 'of'a' regular Medical: 'practice,' .thit fablIe j $ gojeramenV'iiw. iSprinciple' &;" { mb ,red Thategiets'jnd'thndo1e'resuns JsbouId.be'te.m i "apne. liiid.., etwecl1t..a' O'R"'-. 8. ,n the eame position, IQS-

to determine for themselves I we of.course place the journalising penchantto'the at feat be fearless In, .-testifjjjjg'oniyiby I but \tdi c ae'Of J a.r.liar.!.I.I ;\, ,tend. s4oottbree ohths. barre MIl i at4ayl5ght) ,'

irbe&tf not they will have the institution I account,of;patriotic devotion,to coun .their,' ..attachmentto kj by.bonOrinz, i its'. tried for JittJ.1e'to't i'ttS4/bbfeJ'a 1)'r."t.'h.1d"tbI.Pd'II' 'J.aa'. '. 'ql f: ceol. did not get "in till, afternopn.an .. ,Tbs,'h.jJ,
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'jivealara. IJpo. ia1iA 8tion of. these Tbe i &n(.'the presen4orrn wide. 'strengthened his-'claim*' to'>e8pec .bjr''jSt'; b"J". Oq&.. a ', L" t., e"..40r4 lto ,.II prqpy11. dedJo no better PUN. boai'k45 feetJcng. ,"$ s' '
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LisT OF*LETTERS t Jacksonville nmIiIngIn FJxiiJlnuary the Post lit Liit&fO fr )ofUieStateofFIoiida.i1t1, '. TImtIS N! 1fi CLINg1fHOUS; [. \' : ., m G'1'0If-- h 'tt r '7.,." '-. : 1,i.Lag.rj.. ,- .- :-:.. .:>..-, ,..',,.j.I.

A'H ,.8TATEROUSEOPP1CEft.ernor'TliOMAS .t.f"- ,. ; ON'BAY"STREE .FltONTlNG.UID-.i.. : .sunsc '" '!. 1i i :JAULisi1LoawL.: t4UZTScWx&pes&emtp ..'
KKing 'i: :'WRSBRICUILD1NG4A THE rnn StmSCR R tlo1b J.ppnuhe selected .
k Co. Mark G+ BROWN. :.; : lI1iridic IOI'tmeD' "
.b1rt'n J4CKSONVULEt FLU UiIed t"tt WifJtMr'a11eo of tRM5I&z 1.xwea ;
Joeeph Kennoday Le1tl.aAlbdODl'foah3' Secretary CHARLES 'WDOWNIfG* i' rTJL Jj.f :N jje ,
Adr"1 teaboy "qf foa" of Board,
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"L' 'j Attorney 'DAVTD P.'liOGUE, .; ..'* nnnf'1S BSCR.nmRS" sPeetfD\ ..fco. *s''- .. ..-o.,1._.' era by the fir$. tUv. of,Octtber-next,-having j r "a '::. >

Merm Mill EIh& Legen JoiUi"s* Coniptroflet JOhN BEARD.- their friends a8'acquaintances that,u are at- thts, tiaw; .r M bout five hundred f cet ftrtoc;With piauaa froat l''ork Fulton Market (1Ifl. U1 :

.AbmlEc1wia' 2 Lee Jesse Treasurer iWir..T.YAM R. 'AYWARD* han eatt.bl1IhOlltlaem"'nrJa, jnercant 'leHl'.me 11'liTe. place..Th tloiUO and reatr,aiakagit; eoinfortahle*aarjri oua :. ,.rtr"P :
B L&m1eyTboi2 Register State Lands; DAVID WALKER, [business : wIthin.bendreda&fltLjyt ot in the South and wffl beal4o-ta.aceoszundat. & )I .
in tkla plaee, ai fenoiw"t oeiTtng and IT- M* the &.** ; .f,. _
mrkeNL.LeibiidTh, C5erk.SirpremeCoart.ROBT. S. HAYWARD.. II opening at the stand above named, a,full -junort- Office and 11'li&. The .uDd, -_if;Arrat OYer-on--.hundred and an "r l'lOns: U''UJlll jrj4tmon. 1i dl ('A ; .'
.o.ptltlh. M- ,JUDICIARY j.. meat, CouistlDc orDr1' 'Goods Fancy.:Article*, for..ScoUU fourborseConch.and two horse i 1- l l.J t.th.&utk" euita Line ._'

Broonte'Ilon Jia B KknnhiWIL -, Groceries,' Hardware ota Shoes Hats,Caps Hack Maniine ;bottf leaving ror-o' -week. lor bEalsi.Snd the benefit of oBTdetigntan flinzt& 1AMOstes; ;L.sess's.at IessMtt11jmd "

,'Ceekj John ,Moore Capt John. Su' F mi:C6urt. Judges' .. Bonnets -fee. tce j:&'every variety:f-roods ly.i For further particulars apply at the offices of .te basbad "syjb 1'4 Q.eit-&paItial comfort sat S

MinneyCaptJaa.M'Benter -. "R usually kept in a/r7.;G':. Which Jacksonville Republican and News. _} bass mada.is. l\eJlt'f4IG.b ill jrkM] wusrat. assortment 9 tUaIL'I zatanesn1it1 ..
.1IaI41q Mri P. Joseph : tTonw&lkeIAnaersoi 1 Ch.,Justice t PcnsacoU they offer .for .sale .aa cheapas they caa.be ""4* '. JAMESn.ASKEW n.le and..UMa.d f VTheTallaks.se *.ivpeetyes --_.':

I; $. Myers Tames N I Hon.A. G. Semmes ,'1 Associate I Apalaeh' purchased at any establishment 3n the Southern : Palatka 8,1852. tf.C&U11 SaotgenejJs .,this ,lael4.uto.mbhsks .d theA :.' t. kt. .....

E7 J 'Mnlalla William U n.,L. A..Thompson, ] "VI: r !''.' country; their entire stock having been' selected House. : -i,, *hand In asbllticaL4bI iw A ..
Ioore Reuben B, '
Mn Nasty ) by one of the firm,with much' and attentionand t -i1 mEri"BUFFINGTON FULL ANfl1WIUtSELP
Circuit Judge ,- 1 care (
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M4eD.Jamei W.& M'Nelty M'C&aiDeSo WilliardPungle Western Hon'Geo.:Hawkina- lApalach. with view particularly,to this market, they HII.ll f L E! :.&pt "181851.-6m., ".p 011t.h i., ELECTED) STOCK OFWl
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.1W1iIe' flatter themselves that wi& be enabled ...
Middle J'WaylesBa.ker. | T '' I they .,to 4 -. ofof alineyety q tiitUi
P I Classical and English Ins itUt ;. : .
yJcksOft entire satisfaction .
give to aa who jkvor them '
C. James ', 2 Eastern Thomas Douglas 4 Jacks'rUe i iJoa. i may Iliu,4te, Direct Importation. 't 'f50UTnt'R ;:'. :
withtheirpatronagebo&h to the
Southern B. Lancaster I K.Wes t' as prices.and :JACKSOl'lVlLLEPLORJDA.-
Pungle Miss Elizabeth
&rMrL& wi James M. Landrum.Sol'r W. Cir., Ucheanna J quality of.OieiT &. -" "_i.- -. ._. .. :N F '4'W&&b w.dire\ mj t &r0tla.1 i ,
Pitman 'BnQ.W.N' "
Frederick 'ii
;csqlohn 5 Samuel B. Stephens Sel'r M. Cir. Quincy : The ""Subscribers win, be constantly receiVIng li a.I'riE .J*. f Om the ,AIannf itjHe*'in' Kub> ) a complte Staple;Dry>M'tFa1It1 __ _

;cmii&1iaYJUP PenuimenRufuil4 John P. Sanderson Sol'r E.- ... JacksMHe such Additions to their Stock as he state;of -0 >Drtmeni of JIARU WAUE"cCfTi.EttY&o : Clothing Cqtkry,hardware t.etbervtib s.kcry _
4 .C.M'w4t Mrs 5 T Prentice Aurastis OBSianB.Ha Sol'r S. Cir K..West ., the market may require and bating made'arrangemenUinIfeW SUBSCRIBER haVrnghladswraYyears I f which. will be sold cit TctSoiaMrf tehs** .' ,Glaatware..Doo sad SheaadtlIery U
CCo W B Parker Geo WmPickum .. YorkOrderscanbesupplied JL expenenoe in teaching,b$j,concluded to :::.STltOlIEC CIt KUJ3ANK. $ ; In short everyvariety or tOkn.1II

c'Jobn M S Ambrose at the shortest possible notice. .. tablish hia_.School this,place and.re p-> es-I 5-- ,t 1&Meeting St.opposite. .bzLrr6IWA.fiMe kept In a Dry Goodi Store;" ...': tfi.3.

Cole Bucknam 2 Perkins Mary E cOUNTY OFFICERS:" ', ". '. Hides Tanow.; eeswax,and Buck Harnt will' invites the public to caUsed testita.meritsc, .t"Charleston'Nuy.14, ,. 1x.. 2i)4w.Wnte5lltlr,4r'1 .> AD kind of country1 daiatefirag,
,Cop MnMary A Pinning C H [First name Judge Probate;second name Clerk .be received ia exchange for.goods. It will be his constant effort to cultivate the I '',---i..--' '' Ar G.eOdIuthO literms. \. "k

a.Geow R of Ct. Court third name Sheriff; fourth name Friends and customers are respectfully solicited friendship and esteem of hid pupils: and to instil *. onth ,
.'.ICapt Jno 0 Rhodes Lewis B. 2 (whenever it'occurs, as in Gadsden. ice.) Tax to can and examine this stoeTc before puichasing those principles which tend to develop the, human. >,hand,, white..or r ectored.yew_8 ADtM. Ce.ds will h.-ftiD.
David G Roberts James intellect and to refine the heart.** j Customers do well to.eatt..M JtJ-
Assessor and Collector. :
Cole Capt ] elsewhere. E.'L. HARRISON : : For irach-good,wages will be given and
promptpayinsu amine
Richard Without fee for themselves beforepnrchasjogeJ..r
D Mary Ann J'.P.SANDERSON..r ; being tn least sectarian; the lnSutute : .
.DiekeaonEliiabcthDixonA'ed RothenckGeorge Western Circuit. September" 51.- "tf.St will be conducted on religious principle r ..' F "": .ALSOjigj *t,-2.> -& he being fully assured that'none wffl go swaj .

Rouse WA 'cotm;. "- -Offiftn. Pod. Of/in. By a most thoroughsystem of reviews and examinations orSate-Onaccommodating"\ernw, a ,tirict suited as re&rds the I 1OtTh'PSsk.4
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JkrbrMn Margaret Rutherford Jacob Escambia Charles N.Jordaa Pensacol -- which experience has suggested; the Y ani with its fixtures/ number of elisibte bufld- .for thtin.t.- .:: .MOalUlt.D
.}I Miss Sarah F.E.DeL&rua. .J hn'a Seminary -Ot Learning, Principal flatters himself that: Knowledge mice ing Iota one improved ditto.Garden,Farm and ; 'Yi .. ." 'j' Coiner. ."

,Davis Lewis RundalS.TS fl F. DeLarua -" ATMADISON C. H FLX.nnKo acquired; cannot be loa'f', ..-. : timbered the lots.'.r any slio from 5 to 50 acres, all in 'lac \ i.1, "" :. iWub .
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E Strong Jonathan Santa Ross John Chain Milton >, Great inducements are offered 4a the-' *oC Ticiarty of-Jacksonvinci-iApnry I
Eastman Hymen Stunner Morton II, E.S.AmosIsaiah II Board of Trustee.take great t'pleasure health and beauty of situation-to parents wLsb- Ut.faJUd.S.BjLKElU- 'JOSEPH' rJi.A
JL' in to the Masonic Jacksonvillo, Dec.4, 1351. tf. .
l' Smith Henrietta Cobb, ..Jr.Walton .* ** Fraternityand ing to send their children from home aa no pains .
"Floyd Joseph Stewart A A the public generally, thatthe exercises of will be spared in providing tor their.comfort and .

FuhHK"Trench Saundcn Mat a. 4' Daniel McLeofl Ucheanna. this institution will commence on the SECOND enjoyment..The ., : -: jBread,.Cake.& Pe Bakel. CheapAND ;. "
Hiram L 11 Simmons James Angus D. McKinnon CI< MONDAY IN JANUARY next,under the superintendence -. discipline,will be inflexible, though'mild mtllS is inform the Public thai%e have ma e

G Snrlinda Susan Wm. W. McUollnm of Mr'WAC Ann, late principalof and persuasive ... .? ? _.. ,- ,-:- .JL fu11reparationat supply the town, and Dry: 'IG'-' :'I' ore'.
M Holmes Abner Baker''Cerro Gordo Greenwood Institute,-South Carolina, aided The of instrnctioainclndesall tAtsnNrti.tis.t. ...
'Green JameaN Stewart James course the bran other rnrchnsoM with' excellent BREAD osE" -
.very arsl:t<
Smith Martin'V. l3rett by competent assistants ches of ft finished yiKJiaXifHASjwtretfcrredh&FeM ;: .
Gmanjdr5&rh Mr thorough English :JEducation. PIES, fc CAKES,which we are now delivering .. .' -
Center James Shogte Levi s Robt. R. Golden.* Mr AULD comes among us bearing the highest and a full preparation for any College doss.t regularly at the houses customers. '" a -

J B Sloan Georflo3gson1oseph testimonials tharacter, scholarship and success We take this' StICI%
Greely Washington -- Orange Hill ENGLISH .STUDIES., opportunity. expressing our
Joseph I Norman Campbell in teaching; and the Trustees hare no hesitationin thanks for the liberal evidences of *of.atttions. ,

2 TanncsJ II John A.Tabor" commending this institution, under bis direction Orthography; Reading Penmanship Phonog which we have already received;and encouragement while respect- .which he u prrparec\} io,... tgttennaibr .
,to tho patronage of the friends of Education raphy (Grammar Geography Ancient and Modern "C.\su. II.m2nUeu &sinietpjs
"Hunter Joseph T Townsend Chas F ; ; fully asking a continuance of the same, feel war-t .
Jackson FredTt R. Pittman Marianna '
Hewitt D B Travesse Tony -4' .. throughout and the adjoining States. History; Rhetoric; BookKeepin'Compoai- ranted in:claiming-for the Breed which we ,?er stockr.
Hunter Alexander Thomas Sarah 4' S.C. Bellamy ** The object sought to be accomplished by the tion and Declamation; Botany; the Bible; Vocal qualities unsurpassed in all the essential which jl tnre 1'Uf'I'ild.tf-1Jltd.a".t r '
James Griffin gtto
Harmon John W The heirs of Surge ant Calvin Stephens founders of this institution is to dispense the blessings Music,Drawing. J make tho staff ot life palatable pure,and whole Rca4fg .ftur ','tIi.lJ.in;'Cisf .11 ,
lhmsonDaniel [James liaRIhrkenssDLG of a sound practical'education to all who SCIENTIFIC ; some. We shall continue
COURSE. to "T-aQ Henry Calhonn R. B. Evans Blonctstown may desire to .become its beneficiaries n.1 to which In the hands otan Baker ,
experienced ,ju.tics ..
HutehensAM V Benj. F. Parker bring this great boon within the reach of aC- Intellectual, Moral, 'nd Natural ose.piri us in pronusLig our customers good lirca, ." C.ea.IJUIW'tT II'I ,.

.Hewlett SM Wood Myrick R 2 Thos.J. Land even the most humble. 1m the language of a circular Astronomy, Chemistry;Logic;ih.gy, & 3 s ',< ,' i : :: ,J I"1Js11i..; A .

HaMMrsECiaHammon Wood.rd Ambrose Franklin Arch'd T. Bennett Apakehicola issued at the commencement of the project' MATHEMATICAL'COURSE. TicketStUini..bcJ, and faini1itanl'where with-1 And BoVi tint,t'iiJl's AJpJ* _.a.,

Thomas B Williard Ambrose Sam'l W. Spencer f "it is our design to educate the children and orphans Arithmetic In the-limitS of the town supplied at An early hour Jt ethcr.wkh -,Y. i1 '
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Algebra Geometry Trigonometry .J 1.
llanuon April Williams Amelia 1 __0- EL"Qnincy of indigent Master Masons free of charge every day. Price-5 et*: per loaf. .
. p"Harris EzraVflkineon John !for tuition, and the children of others upon such ; Surveying Mensuration; .Analytical Geometry MYER8 & COOPU FANCY'ARTJCLBa.JHo.)WwQHe
Differential and Integral Calculus.. . '
filler Mrs Eliza Wilcox Theodore Middle Circuit. term as may -prescribed. We appeal to an ; -'-'nor27-tf respectfully iatites* call ftmt&iimLn .

.-Henry Mr Wemtonly Wm B Gadsden Edward C. Love !: eulijrhtcned -public to assist us in'our effort of humanity CLASSICAL COURSE. 1'. c : S' _" Country customers aud-usures them that for

if" J Worley John Robt C Lester and save us from failure and defeat-firm Latin Greek German French. r eheapneuand good quality.hu.. 'eJI
; ; ; .Boarding -
Johnson; Mrs Jas II Warren Alfred P 1 Samuel B. Love in the belief and confident in the hope that our P-. s. .An.1y.aUW tile ,tile li '
A courSe .Lectures will'be'.delivered during J-
Johnson Levin Walsh John E O. McLean appeal will not be disregarded.The THE St1B8RtBER 'prepared to MCOmm&- ; .
Johnson Charles Y Hugh Scholastic year will be divided into two the year upon:Philosophy and Chemistry J The a number of Boarders at bit recently' I ------.4

ohesWmi Young Charles Leon. David"v. Gwynn Tallahassee sessions of five months 'each. Tuition for each School will be famished.with new set of apparatus erected residence in;,the Northwest part of the- .- -- -. .n1. .,a .

Jones Miss Caty Oscar A. Myers M session to be paid invariably in advance! and will afford ample opportunities for becoming town, the location of which U known to.be highly .:i; X V1leCtora1e "
1 Haley T. Blocker M acquainted with Science and the practical faSotable'to health and comfort from its elevation. f :
\ VIRTUE the poW
Persons applying for Letters in the above list John H. Rhodes
"iU.y they are adccrtucd,or MARK-BUTTS they may not $!et WakuHait Wm. J. Council Newport For the elementary branches, to wit: Reading, The -Academic year will bo" divided into four other apartments being spacious and Well finished Holise cteor 10 tJi expose,.On e(Jatkailleaa.s,

fthem. Wm. W..Mound_ Orthography. Grammar Arithmetic, etc."_per quarters of eleven weeks each. Students may eater as respects plastering; :.crf :. ur DunlwOMilnnI lW4Ie !

Jacksonville Jan. 1,1352-8-3t. Postmaster .. Abijah liail 4. session, j 00 after tho commencement of any quarter, and The forniturexif the J.I01ise fn1sontire1y new, tie t ween the legal "oUts.r...ttIe :. .

': Alfonso R. Combs 04' For higher English branches Rhetoric, be charged only from the time of their admission. being just received from New York.j. f scribed property or fO.muelt .therrot as.vttL .

-AKJUVAI.S AT BUFFIXGTOS IIOTJSE, Jefferson Thomas J. Chace MentioelloCourth.ouso Logic History Ancient and Modem | TERMS "Arrangement have been bade to supply tho table the'State and Count Taxes aae-ftereoft lor

Got.. 8. BITFFIXOTO, Proprietor.] Craven G. Fife Natural Philosophy Chemistry, &C., I Board and Tuition, including lights '--fuel 'i 1d > with Ample and excellent fare and good ser- year 1S5I,to wit*' F iv.1I.n4rad'Ic
16, T B Henry, N R; Col Myriek, Tallahassee; Daniel T. Lenizo per session -, 10 00 Session of five mouths 120 00 ants have beeu., employed to, attend. to the comfort eight Acres of land scIasWri4g.,
washing, f
per --" '
Capt H Leese, Lady & servant, Pet; W 11 Tcm- For Higher Mathematics of : "
John WoolenAlex'r Languages, German > -'&110 guesfs. the $?wamp of 'Bi: Pot wtt.
pleton, New Orleans;T S Bates, Wade Holston, Moral: and Intellectual Philospphy, Po-. advance. 1 shall spare no pains to render my IIon e in all numbered Section v Ffty-one npoo'the .
(Payable quarterly'in ) -
4 Capt E L Teesier,Capt. Waight Capt John Mat Madison McDonald Etoal Economy&e., per session, -. .20,00 rapeetsplrasant to those who make it theit home Towwhip Three ikmth,' RafigVT%

we.Thomas O'Brien Geo Kelly S C;G R Fairbanks a Saml. ft. Sessions ..& FORpAYsr.DEUS-" : .narc ectf ally invite a call from citiseia'wlio East in the Office.sf 'Tim &in..TTIuitfaaf .

St. Augustine. 17, Benj Kimball 8 C; John H. Patterson ,' In point oT health, morality, and g od order English Studies and Mathematics $1Q.X wish permanent Board strangers who may aoourn Florid, SaW Lwd being.nOll bJ.t .
tC ; .
.'G' T Grainger, lUau: J Ten Eyek & Lady .Miss Robert McKinney1 we venture the assertion that the village of Madison Including the Scientific Course, 12 00 in our hospitable, clime .during the; winter rrancu (A>ed. rin. or owner unknown.
Ten Eyck, ff Y; B C
_:.JVewaom. Tenn.G B Hamackf A"Y. 4'Villiam Day <4 Board can oe obtained & private families on German or French extra, 6 00 N., I bar- since the erection of my'House f1' -'ran Asr.CcIIY:1Je

a \Vm. J. J. Duncan reasonable terms. A convenient boarding house (Payable quarterly advance..) furnished with' 'eonentnt'BatEsliblisb. acsonpa.rru5Ii. I3d..

MARINE NEWS. U Jeremiah B. Smith will be erected by the Trustees at an early period. 3 A liberal deduction win be made for pupils in mont which. always 'copiously virf pted with '. .

Xa4tern Circuit. Any further information will be cheerfully given the Primary studies. Mi. Brown is also able to water and the necessary conveniences for bathing. -i'Notice" -c-tovdle 8_: .. .

PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. by addressing the undersigned. secure the services of a most superior German I! should add also that my house is,areguLtt- w .

Columbia; Gee. Herbert Alligator,. By order of the Board of Trustees. Pianist;should there be sufficient encouragementto stopping-place for tho Stage to' and from Weal ., v..uJl U .

Ente d. S. Scarborough ..p CHARLES RUSSELL, employ him; Address, and Middle Florida,"being upon one of the principle ..ria Darien 1J.uuicJ 'i
The Savannah and Charleston Steamers, since I' A.J.T.Wright a &cretarg.Madii'1LjDeccmber N. BROWN. Ytrcota leading immediately toj the Wntcrn ,
i crj&testdatea. 4' Lawrence K. Mickler :!| ; 13, 1851. jnl-2m *References.II road.t ; : '' .r nT. vr-jtxsvr-; Black ,, .ffad Picnlata.TO.LZA .
.f..tL. Cleared. Alachuat A.M. Caston NewnanaviQeJacksonville .1-aeks Oct.-,183!.- -t1?' i VE THt-MD4T,2n>ocr.q. _
WILLAKD Rev. S. R. "
a Lrage sale public Lands.in Flo n. HALL WTOKOOP
# Saml Russell i; I"TB. nof Jaad; TOtK Aai&r"
Rev. IL B. NO.TESWiImingtonD ;
COURT CU41tBEJtS'Ca.pt. > -
Chas L. Wilson xida.Tsvfotlee .' L Dr. MILLEB Brandy wine Village ,.., Notice.. '. f 'r Ueg$Wet MAGNOLQ"P.5S.73ii
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&CE80JjV'ILLE PRICES CUHUENT. Dual Felix Livingston Is hereby given that the. tmierJLlI DeLKev. T. BRADFORD,.Dover; Del.; Her. mUE Subs iibcrs l>eg'.leave to inform th ir I tinne-.1 to leave. Master,TnunanLv.ltetarain will leave u ater. fcaffeti witleave *

: U Isidore V. Garnie signed will in' of law, offer at J.K. RoekwellBrooklyn. N. Y.; Hon.J.On- ..B..4friend5 and the pubcgeneraflth; \having I. every '
! the pursuance
for Palatka moeni
Reported.aionUxly Republican by et Saturday 'lJ.k|
M Geo. H. Smith a Storehouse and Wharf of their own,they are now ery g'
Dr. A. E. BnpD Medford N/J. Ttarhfcra -
He-Mr Alsep & Do... public auction, before the Court House doer in FHANT, r and leave Jacksonville etcninj sk5O' Wa.
M Uria.h Bowdon Jlandarin the several counties, as hereinafter stated the following -': HrAtr.'Ktev. Tnos. CASSV Rev. Z. prepared to receive and forward all goods intrus-I. iaJcrtWNi 4
For freight or e, \ .
A. MASSFICLD 'WihninotonDeL L.'hARROwS ted to.their care, free of charges. Alerckonts and'planteriwiflfindit pa .
DoL Cta State ,
BEESWAX Nassau -- valuable lands located by authority ; nod&tions.tate .J'OCnUtk,*piiub ek.54 .. 4
? perlb 18J20 a C. C. Bessent Woodstock MillsA. as part.of the grant Congress to said State : Andover Moss. nor 27,'Sl-ly! to their advantageI.u.ship' lS| .
through: thi channel as we arc determined to : .
try Ai-A
..BUTTER, a J. Braddock for purposes of Internal improvement. These I nU.atJacboiriIl4JSr
perTh 22&2 lands were, in good' selected immediately I Notice.t4< and give satisfaction to all. Those .shipping --
part M.ACOilEN.Agenti aL ,
':COTTON St.John's Gad Humphreys StAngnstine.. after the completion of the U. S. surveys and are II'' months after date I.will V>rC3cnt,'myac- through from Sa'rannab&e., will please give- [ Frciiatiay&Id by she set uiQet l. .
have their
landed wharf
4' orders to
B. DumasRaphael
Peter goods on
I )nr .
SIX j .
wsrtt 1821 B.Canova believed to embrace some of the best in the State as Administrator the Estate of.W1J1. this will insure their being to at .1. 1t J.- 'O'Ct.tf.- '
COFFEE, for the production of corn,cotton, sugar, tobacco -i Johnson,deceased to the Hon. Judge of Probatefor V put no expense '-tti r ,l't: '
I Rio pr Ib llfcI2i Putnam .ILR.BlanchardiStanislaBS Palatka. ,and tropical fruits-and others finely adapted Coluxofeia county,and n k for a final settlement thisplace. -
Sallie H
I .The Lodobka A.
Barge Capt. Gray,
Glinski or KlarlCa,Soatbervt btiftl.1
CORJV; to the Turpentine and Lumber business. The of discharge
the and
I. and allowance same, my ', '
ietbniCA1VDLE 90 fc 95 Robert ;T. Boyd land will be offered in half-eighths: I from the adminietntion of laidEstate.GREEX and will continue Silver Springs.For Saran regaUrlV freight, :. ,PjJatka to. 'roe." ,.Q.lIt7..<. '1..i.. -
JOHNSON..Administrator.- / ppy Edwin O. l yna; )
Orange William Campbell EnterpriseMoIlenviUe Aavt.A the Captain board or to Koaagnol '& Gray ''VI..1. 'rJ 'q
AdamanLinepcrTb 33 371 Henry A. Crane / Jefflrton county, on Monday, 12th j Pttlatka.:All letters on business inuatbe ixwt- '.
Aim E. ( ) _
Jaynn is
a Elijah.Wi.tson* April, 1852 about 20,610 i Alligator J a8.81852. 6m. paid. .. KOIGNOL &G1AY.aiatka .' '
Gcnesce per bU 5 30 .v G 00 Madison Monday 19th, 65,560 ? ; : FOX !l "j zjjt
I Marion John M.'McIntosh Ocala r Nor,4, 1S5L; ,2>2in."
EGGS *< Robert Bullock Hamilton, Monday 26th, 2,440 i FOR: SALE ..ajuiBaaw.. -., / ,,5,
per del S7i Columbia, Monday May, 3,120 T'ppeanng to the satisfaction of the Ceirlv
HAY S. E. Helvenston FlemmingtonOcala I Two' Story Dwelling house, ; Noti.. "'I. 11- that the S td bin has been'tiled vli-I y.
tC Jesse M. Willis Alachua, Wednesday 5th May, 9,520 : A r- ;;!'.r..,, ( G
per 100 lbs 871*100 J>ryMe 4ay, 10th May, .. l joit completed, conveniently MONTHS: after date iTviUpresent the ao-I proof that tie !Ann 1.-G.ynaire.ii.&e :

HIDES Southern Circuit.lIiIlsboro' Alanl Monday, 17th May, ". 58&tt I' : .arranged for a large family with allnecessary counts of voucher of William-Scott, lecea-,I.thk State,to wit t at Spanish y W, llroaa. ..
perlb -78 Ilcrnando (Benton,) Monday out buildings,ia a pleasant .Administrator'of the Estate or(Hickman f Bahama Islands; ii is ordered that the said
Simon Turman
IRON, 1 Tampa" 24th May, 43,610 I part of the Town of Jacksonville., Attachedto King, dece l8d,to the Hon Judge of Probaic olAlachtta :. 1. (tnn appear and plead answer or deM :
perTh 4. 5 Martin Cunningham* M UOltboro',Saturday,29th May, 4,800' the premises ia a vegetable garden and a Well county,and tobe discharged fro farther 'against raid bill,on or _font\be.amM; aday ia

"LARD Benj.J.Hagler TERMS.-Cnfrfourth cash the other three-I of excellent water. Titles undisputable. administration.f said estate. November next. ,In defau1ofwbichsnj- .

10 p.rlb -11 Hernandok. Elias G.Knight Spring. Hill fourths payable in three equal annual c ., ,<: \ W. W. SCOTT,Admr the i ance,the said bill will be taken.frocwfrttpl, .

., Malcnmb C. Peterson ments, with interest in advance. Or, if instal-j A Kkely young negro woman f good character, Estate! Wm. Scott, deceased.By \bet provided eopyof rWdet*j

perbbl 225 NathonlM.Moedy chaser prefer it, fire per cent. will be deducted i a good cook,washer,and tamer. 'i-* SiHTH JtO-BiUEN, ha Ally', I Illihed in some public newspaper of this:S&IIIieir'

CLUMBERper' ,-
.*-. M.1st quality.12 fc 14 Monroe Benjamin Sawyer Key West the whole purchase money at the time of sale i A valuable plantation Columbia -yFli.. day in. 'orember,.or ,.' if ,iot
2nd do 6. 10 .* James M. BracewoU DAVID S. WAJ.KER, containing four hundredand forty-eight acres first .: .Notice said TSOl.-and'ci this VdeK 'shffl 1 e pa 1serVed

Zrddo 3..1 Robt.Clarke' ", Register of puNic Lands for the State of Fla I with the valuable improvements upon or delivered to her,thedhdb by
lands together
UQ.1JORS. I 'I John Boyle 'm. Tallahassee December 16, 1851. rate cotton gl EX MONTHS afterdate I shall present my ae19 ordered to appearaadvmlead, ,. .
1 Rum per gal 33.'38 thereon. b counts and-' el'l-a the Adminbtrntor against said bill,on the first rule ayacsse. :
-. "Gin do ."""""1 Tax Assessor and Collector: jan 1-Sm C' ALSO; ,. -.. .. the; Estate-of John G.Ziriax, deceased, late of mouths after the said service or delivery.Ia .

4.VbJike$ 40. 30 a 3 -And ex omcio oil .Tallow Grease and ,Ohio The following lands in Marion county.11*.,to Monroe onnty to'the Hon. Judge of.Probate oiMon1too fault wbereor,?tbd said bill will fte afceto jr. ifata .
'I5IASSES.Afl lUlneralPaint. wit t One Plantation containing six hundred and coonty"and shall at same-ti"apply te .agauiat her'at kvt mcntUMd rofoday.JOS .
"Tper gal .30.311 BOARDISG.Mrs" .- ., forty -twres,-well Lnprbvedone..containing five satd Court for a discharge from'said,'Adminutnv-. ILI.4.UASx1i.

Island'near the 300 barrels Machinery Oil price 75 cents hundred and fifty-six acrea-with improvements Lion; of said estate. ,, 4- .J ntIe tuuther Ci,
FtBxrsa. 'FlemiBg'B .
4&5 per gallon.2Soogallonisame and one other containing one .hundred aaf.fifty- tAll persons iaterelted"are" dc ire'l te take no- Sate t tf{ I
Black Creek Duval County, can accommodate 75 il'
kjilJerTh; : entrance several gentlemen or ladies, cents Inu.sksotys.' nine acres well improved, prico reasonable,and tice. .V ., NiCHOLAS SlITH.AdULr. Key \V'st- April 3. 185] '''l'''' ,

',- Linseed Serziierga1 do 112123iQJTA It 1 23 with pleasant Boarding.persons Iler house ia situated 200, barrels rions sixes.boiled Paint OH,, 55 eta per gaL terms accommodating letter,postpaid.. or ui ,to. -Key West Nov.. 13 :" . 6m. I CERTIFK tfce above to W J"iJY

near the HlbemiaPost office, immediately on the 5,000-piiaus- do.do' do do Apply by. S PESCElt .< < Notice. tr. thcuriiraw i fin filo I-till umee 4
St.John's, and baa regular communication with in casks of v4riouLstses. 1atf. J.'.llRACEWELL
lolea Pork per bbl18 19 the steamboats that are now so constantly plyingon 230; barrels Tannen' Oil,varies kinds and Jacksonville. 'S.lIndt, IS5IV/ SIX,MO 7nS after dste;the undendgutid.d" Clerk, M.XUJnly35sa. 1

Prime do do the river. The distance of the location ia not qualities from 35 to 60 cents per.gaL of the Estate of Thomas Jono, W5e5t 3' '- .
: e, V.i ? .: :1
Mess Beef do more than twenty miles from Jacksonville and 1,500 gallons in,,casks -of various thaeevariouzkindaandqualitieshoin35toSO- :_ 1roi the A U ted. deceased, late of Alachua county,'State of Florid *- --' .

llama per lb _12..15_ the.site is considered highly favorable for.per- UG1t SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes */will exhibit his account'and: vonchtt before S ; _. -. l ;: ;:

H:: .1'SidM do sons in delicate health. cents per gallon.: .. C for iU*Ashthmatic and Coneoniptjc; Hepatie the Honorable Judge of Probate for said county. Stolen,. : *, w

: Shoulders do U k 1 :Jan. ft.tf. 50 tons tallow grease, for heavy bearings ftpieTongements of the Liver, Spleen; and.pray for a final settlement anU discharge Irom. 1'LROM-- one of' vndenuoged- on. the this'- .
for the Dyspeptic} the wtl estate. ,. .
and coarse machinery .in barrels or to.; TonfiPiUs.and BitterSf tecath ..insl.a. yelloir kathertooekei, eot
V '. Sweet per bus 'O4 Foiprise and Mellonville9 casks, of any consistency required. Antalgie PileOintmentsand; Tinctures-f the .:' Wrn. 11. WA LW,Mtnr. rJCk from one> to two bu1uflsr,4* f
huh jdo 1 50 fc A Price 6 cents per pound. relief of Nephutie, Utarine,Rheumatic and gouty : :By J.C. UATBLT' *his ALLy.ps0Isl. .. biR-and *' number 'of'ieaTJi.t4W'h .

TOULTKY On Lake Monroe 150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint,in barrels, at paiD; PanUetme Pills,and Mixturesfbr arrest- .: 6in. Undt r&'Garria or bearer meJ tnWesr1Ia. .. .

CsChickens 12iklS| .. The Steamer MOUNT, PLEASANT the lowest market prue.STafhinery ,r lug speedily_ (citotuto etJecunde,) *><>nAf\n9 and ." i ley.or.bearer* A liberal reward wUU*.t
'. ,"-.J Turkcja 100123perlb Capt.M. CREWS will leave OJ, warranted not to ohilltin the other discharges from the urinary-organs; Syp- NotiCe I the restoration. of. the above or any jiatt or 91s

CE_ ., 45 Alsop & BOUTS' wharf Jacksonville, coldest weather and considered by.those oaing it .tlc-'iorttwruio aDd other HJomOPhaesj'.An1hl4lropiCAl ,A-LL: PERSONShavinganyicttandiagamatXiL !game ,* DUDLEY- k_UA'tlf.Xotice .- I
'SLLT' '. onMONDAY-,- 19th'January; at 9 o'clock: .m., eatral to sperm oiL T to'Jn- ?. Ointment Powders and Potions' for re- .the estat 'William Viniant b.teof Coinmbia I.- -.- --,f -_ -- ,
t- 150 and every Monday thereafter,'until further-no- I TJoUed Paint Ofl>:"eqiul, ;:Oil,'o other ducmg:dropsical'Bwell ngs\
peraack ISSi. lice. For freight or passage,having good accommodations ,. -I! than-for. white-f',, V. diaeasee of the heart and purification of the blood; present them duly authenticated within the time r '
; .
SOAP. fle1b6..51 ,-'apply to the Captain-onboard.. I am constant receiving;:1 supplies i of the. Alterative Pilla,for the renovation tof the constitution prescribed by law or they wilt be barred,'and all f' A LLpersensftro Bercby w.tinrf -

SHlZfGLES Jan._17, ")%- above named articles and my motto a, .'Sinai. ; AntldyenterlPiU5f0r' dysenteryanddiarrho3ajM personS indebted to said estate are"requested to .'**y for ffr pyiTrafBiBi nj'Oivtew.dMtfeft
th> inctnresand EmbrocatMnS'forthe immediate to the i bearing date before tb*fiftwiuki J.y ef Deo fn
andquick.returtu.r- nndcnigned
profits | make pAYment
', .). 300 400 K.S.DARGACT : 1t F. PO\1) speedy WTO of ferrous affections, especially ,dWAMESVINZANlAdw.., l'[1851.payable to Dudley &' Garvu or ke wo

StlGAR. .'. 66 Water at. (unicf. the Pearl st. House,)' tlteee of females; Disinfectant and Prophylactic iAUigaterNov, 13.;IS5I.; -am; I f"f"anyJ*>te v Not!alearlng'date before'Mhl t' .
6. 10
'perlb 5 DKJITIST. 4- Jani,1852Jl .New Y rk. Washes, (the former secure against infectionandthe 1t6&hleu W..H.v.dlel"bMtevi..a' -
TOBACCO.. 'CAJLOLxK I -: latter neutralizes by a-ohemical process;any Notice. : her of such notes have been stole;&o* MKl,
(OF coLtJMBiA 'f O cfn. .) I
; -
ff flanufaeturedperlb 25fcBOr ,. ,-Notice. contagious viou with wMeh:one may chance to depiJml" The mkerz sfan .ucbutM..
TALLOW' 1- NFORMtr1. friends ,and acpmaintaaces of "WEEKS'after.date wewill apply to the come in contact;) Colic Syrups,for children; Diseutientt MONTHS after date I will present.y ae I,confer a favor by ref4 g payment npoVtWJacksonville In'

perTh_ -. -, Florid, that he will make ft professional visit I Judge;of Probate for Columbia county for ,'for 'h'ellin ,:'pi plelt "'freek1e, &e., SK nt as the Administrator pa. the Estate of r sensation inch aDd h notWyIugtblb_
to the State about the 25t.h January and will of bonis the O for it.h1.caldhend. Joshua.il deeeasedtef the' Uoa.'Judgo ot jUJJI.tY,&GMLYLN.
-- letters administration de Don,00 estate -Salve for sores; Unguents gan ; :
az : LOUD & CO., 1 1t.n remain>*.month ,Win .,16i J ktonvQle, of,Fernando E. Lowe, deceased.ELlZABEtH .. burns,**.CoUyria,for lOre eyes; Dentieftcer andCoflutoriesfor Probate for Columbia county; anda for a'taalsettlementand I I. Dee. IS. Iffll.lw. htb :) ,
Ocala and the adjoining coutjttas JBoch as may sad 'TariO'1.S of the same and a1
teeth and allowance -
aid Coattii n Ue..haah I TAYLOR the gums S&YlHUl8l ilernimg JV weury and Cbf1at- "
desire his aervices can obttln them by: notifying I J. TAYLOR manufactured' "order: .od adminiJJt.ratioD of'.id aptals.i I ilVCd -
JOHN 'remedies''are cI1acharpf'tomU1e the ikn sad sues sr
: BAVAVKAU : him letter to meet him at that point other I will.please
GEORGIA by Ocala or prindrfea'universally JSTHEt.HOGA.S&
1.W'.M.1VES hRl ,
., chemical and pathologieal KtfCotemljlaOoTiirtyll'' j U41b_
0.118, .Day&reeL ,or any ctherdesignateJ.of-practibl.ccess., I .Their the and generally kept -;' AdnunistraA, 7' 4. .
a >c:23d,185L: : Attorney< reoogolsed profeseion Olicoc
c _. -
15-22 & ,
-4 ; <
HIKE1t 1Antob0t,2s3i ; '
., ., ltUtd a' Briek" OffieeofD1.: : : \ < ;._ rt'in 1t'Tt 'j'r" W -- -
*Strict attenlion wIU be'rb"eD to the sale of Cot-. 1 ,Duval con .fiberi T 'SLtI. It opposite the Court House. .- :. < r I' ii- L .

YoB,or other rodeea and liberal advaneca"made, Sk.y.LJ.gbt ThiguerreotyeIHE ; VIRTUE of the authority -rested in meby -'l'RICE hOT tto.'pbUl; box,aowu1i'dkcetions : : Notice.- > xC _. '

rben desired. stay of the D errein 1'aTillto$in Jackeonvillewul By Law;J shall expose,for sale -atpvblio fo?their 'use't1.00.r' ,w. % terms of tho Statute in such case lB X"r t W&&*? tk ;by & .

.JOHN-W.' C. LOUD." ': T.' IL'LOUD'- : ,. be limited: thereforo persons ia outcry in Crl1Dhtthe Court House door"in the PRESCIUPTIOSS,"ftt't e o'j".wtt11 .medi- WITHIN*n4 provided- will jipplytovthaHon. i wffl.rt>oa for nlo ..ff..f4u..fiI.'Ceta.W.c.IIr.fi_
r.,. '-." 1852., Iy wants of loperior'DAGUEHREOTYlTS UKE- Town of.Jacksonville on the first Monday Feb. ,cines WW IB kaad.'amd fiom$5 '$WO, *coorj .fudge l the;CirouUtKHn fort t..EsfternCircuitof
NESSES requested call Boon,or they win be nia>ynextth Vfi>llowing'propertyto wit; Frederick .ing to wntractfcJUthe nature of the'ease;';whe.n$ I Ithe. Florida ur,1ene toaeli-thG anbeIongingto

; ; t wm, ,D. TUNNO disappointed.beautiful collcctlenof Gold Lockets aMolatto boy about seventeen years of age, .curt it completed;or,lamentable ease,whea* : 'r.he.. JottW .ta otColWl1biaeo'u .?

FACTOR SOUTHERN WHARF ; Breart Pinsand Braceleta for sale; also,|a levied on as the property ot Daniel S. Gardiner; ,the rellofjiT0mh1h11 atrO'l'ded'.1'Special 4,eeulttacUmade I 1tlJ CCJ 4. ,: ,,,., oJU't ,
fine assortment of Fancy TavWion"*'open sold satisfy ca execution lssnetrfrom the..Circuit in ehron eaa when'dcairod. Pc"t .J". ... .: -_ w.V'"SCOtt.Admf..Bl .

,--r'1IoA}::rl'l"._ lyGEORGE :_" r1et&"q; od all pleasant days on the lot adjoining the house Court of" Duval jBpraty, H. O.'Mogs fc Co < i Orders from. dfatan <*with .laone i.Tote" I SMITh & Q I. 3Z' .ai ney-or.heiri.for taaesdsihOt.l4ft ,:

H. formerly occtrpied by Mrs-'HalL ," nn1dGatdhttr..PtopertJ' .pjtited out byPlaintif& will meet with prtmpt attention.frt* : .3- ....,,.,nhI Aey&4 +tlI f r iJ..a'i.t t.'b1. t uilt 1S .'
SMITH & CO ., L.HATHAWAT, *Attorney 'AlsO, at the H e time;and .' JaeksoIm11o-\DeIt.. ; Ism ., gUri \ ; Jiql U ;INoUee. &IDoirA:J.T '.
& '
"I' i
GT QKEERIKOriAND 'COW1S place,Sarah* MnhUto woman abouilKwenty-bne : :' : : I., &t"
.rr"'l.--r .las.1'It.'N w. Daperreo' -. {'Isri
: -
1.-S .
.ti .i? ., ", of told in obedience to :or3r tot the .Att iiV4.. '* 3 .j- { .tt(
: ? .. :. yean age !V ..W' Sl&x : r $ I'Jl,1" .. ",
J4c&soNyJ.lLEFLAg Circuit: Court of Dan county:la the matiera,oftheHeirs '- '
y5 i3lOXir
"- \ Notice,. : Tcj .111! he.wderj lE2d.a4titnto.jwi11eoesaens CI'Ot:41t.: 1d.7_ %
:;'f1.. .: .: of Jacob Bryan dccc. :Also.one of whom are Tti i
|/JliE SUBSCRIBERS bare#nlered into ,eo. I nnilE CL ASSICAL AND ttb! piece oriwreel of Land situated :,'\eoun ,ofDnvaL Sfcned and La4yth Oeorj adi'' 'I *.tha 1ZM.Odty1oJ&wiarjw
< JL pKUanbialarU>. r earryfag''n *J.;'TUTK-wm open-onMtmdayvl9lh iaat. ,"State* Florida-nown' aa *'SpaniaHGranC I,ftfBaby birth Md.e uea*io&-ii.n.; 3 | ; Yento adnrisakmt tte aoare n8'ea1lJlet.11\f.i.N '
t wipoM
.nBnfifiAiUbft BMjMISd
I. unr Buflaiag rwenOywtcUd ky;C' .. John ;o.QiteojeaatjtB > been p,1onaly.1nrt 1JJ.If
.tbs wore. tzlE.I *nd prepartd io make granted JoneajWluate' lying ability fha.Y'.e M.
I hut,Jacksonville Flai The"Bbscrrbcr 1 at.M ereekl aMsl t PiWA rr-rY lrJoaW ;
fcawl*'.ttbtr M caMdogamens or at anctioaiXoM( ; a&thejunctjontjf a jMontfreMea fi1J. "ro "ACdeiDY Z1':' Jtc .
jJha Ira being aaetioneer.). ,Bothf thIn I proevred u. ervioea of'ladart Dea Jtoehes containing One Hundred aeSroore'cr 1e l.'. Al.je1Ojt1arie quaUA ofFlorlda WORld:M preter JIt.t.if {;. t-'f }: xee I .
I lathe Female Depart; lld fee creftt fonfi* CartAbe three oko tt\iDI village nndr1fn t '
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are wtllaoquanted with the merchaatt'tad cttt- ; bed theOR1**. Would ': t andco or ; .
.jP_ the interior,which gives.theat Uu $ran I-atm. that ber imtmeUona the rarwffl. brinch !. .hnit&l the propcztyef4M.Wblt&ker .1 fOIMoL..IiI"r! : STlU.qJds tbJt:1imLDBJUI., t t'tfiJ I w- .
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THE.; ..FLORIDA REPUBLICAN Bp"STON :&' auNii: : ; .Rates of l.e'tteVVo>tasl- >ttvr eri office*in -- t tailpTofittr*'In3 wommendiDf-iF as Bert THgmmsOTEBiDpimtt"?
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rrausBEB 'JorioN rjJJJmu ; itfr. fotoI" : AT..1EBVC1vIAIl .
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hrl_:n 'ym..DaTal".trB.P."r 1851s '-- > # SUE .To Dr. E. Poinsettj& '
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...1.\wO" ",,,1 :. .t.tf.. BUS. .. ;, GENERAL' "Ollm.IIO. .A'ND MERCHANTS.Conor : "For erery tinglt letltr in..mal t ,'or;paper REIEDYFORTHLCURE0F: &: ;! ?: Tj: b Tme 1J'TJJ..I :! -r' n.'I& ft". ; -

: \ ot.any4kl.adnponwbteh: Information shall' bo Mr. E.f liWtt 1/wwur b 1D i .-No:154Oot SIr
t' t.'t-A_. .peisInmp&1.. Bey" nyour j .-MianLoxieost 1ONNUE topublish .,.NN.r4 i.sajag .
I--._'. : ",-. I _SAVAJCtAH.OA; ,, or signs sent by mail, the rates mentioned in the :1t ': J'' a a fined, .:',J have. an4 Itdec.s 'QrtesIIBIT.W jaDclJ M1&'.
table shall be and for: additional t. ; --.4Dj V -- .tf Tlrf Mae
charged b 4 whlei
every addition
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ftiWiljUmu If oat before the expiration, JOHN ? 1I'i { &PI
half fraction of .
ounce ly the
or : DSEN1ERY ,'tJ./ .! commenced pablieatlon of.jaEsAIiT
'iHtojeaf are chars*94.A '.1 October tf. named In this table additional single- :: in.
80,1851.; weight ; . ; : ,, .'l toltval workjeaDadtho"Fame ;:
}t wtWmenU WfH>e inserted at'the foTlowbji,4OMt i .rate is. t.charged.:' -., -d' __:/ Which fcis"erer been presented to the public. *- 1iNOT.11.1851.for ?, i* to iJ t -ll'f.1J

.One Dollar per square. (oftwelve Uaes)for i ;E. M.. .MOOR., & 0,0.- ,. .. It',t Dds opbrtltsowDuicril: ; ':and' edilIo; Mr;p Woi -have suffered!Wln'lborm, .mneb.you at different that rcidlurmr 4''L .'f
several years1
**Al i fcrst,and SeWttty-Five.Cenls for. vtry subse-I GENERAL_ ?, ; :. .1. 1 :", puffingrSylT:'JuVubT.FAIUtD :TO
'. !tIo o., :To yearly Advertisers. a liberal i oommissioN ..mEROHANTS'AND. .rt.t: .IS ill :I1".r IS A KISOLC INTAKCBCrJ| .'t'1_ Indian jLoxecust, and received .entire. ..relief anther.T At "Book of tAt Km,.
a. t)8, '.Yaluable'rprepsration"Js > nipcnnsod..L .i and har4 no reason1 to doubt its being permane t. li.t"b7JobP. Norton, U. A.
.'wJI1 be *aade trusieD'"AdYertiJe.j .r npIHB .
ici. *< itAU : .,. .j' Professor of Scienio A
FACTORS, If ''. from sever*! medicinal roots growing in the Believing it to V0 a daty which lowe to. the&f- : ;
***U(except by persons having 4 running account (Smci l' new Warehouse,) "6 Wilds of F1 ridll.. .It is.TOHELY and'WHOLLY. aIcW4:11 present you this certificate", which yon lege." lie" -, "!
r : ,&ck must be paid for previous. to publi: ; } ; J ;{ f l.J U'I-1: Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure can use as you:think proper 1 will also say This: Ihlr.TaJuW. workjwin 'eoft tfN'h. .

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.*1\ f 1 ... -" ;? -- ,, ,: : --e'II :. is.fully convinced that it 'is an invaluable medicine, I. have not found. one who did not ri.ceirerelief. PUrWith1OA20 CVJ1t&fDhstm
ntsesii.K a distance can gorern their remit' 'E. JI. JItK>r.c, ,N.L't.-UAiars. -. "'' ', -o 'E4O; .Medicine.v Infect the test that,be hU*,l tm' it _-; '- -r ,. and more than 600' & :
tarns teteVeftising'by; the following rates: r Oct. 231851. : tf, in-tho town*in which he resides, and the astonishing -r > _' -JOHJf aLEYV bighesnt1te oftbi art, mutratint devry
f"*t-n twelve lines : months WlIEt PCEPAID. CtS...CtS. CtS.. :CtS.: access with which it has met, warrants Pastor Methodist Church, J boDTiIJf. Implement of hllkadry now m .b1.th.i
( ) published .
,sfoare six .
Joseph S. Baker M,"D,' Weighing i ox. ; .. saying : 'Sa klOn.meL .
4th 1851.DrlE
.bR1- sloop harvesting
PRACTITIONER OFMEDICtNE'MIDV1FEflY single rates. .TV.-.; '.,,.. 3 6 10",.15Overloz.andnotoverlos. : Ho,has therefOre come to the determination to : : .lIrw; : !.q rei,for six months, 15 00 : .. 6 12 20."SO f>lac6 it within the reach of all, knowing how many -, : Poinsett Dear Sir Three parts.of a i animals their highest feetiosl ir iq'("
"1itPI&.a: other Business Cards an. 10 00 '} AND SURGERY.ce .. Over 1 ox. and'not over Ii 01.; 9 '18 3045; .: inner with this very unpleasant and often'dan- Bottle of your most.valuable medicine called ladiau Pictorial feature of the hook is .anIqi-ejma4'ejfl
7 00 OJfi on the corner of Market and!.Fortylh Over 11 ox. and not over 2 ox. 12 24 40, 60 ger*ns Disease particularly in the Southern,'and Loxecust has entirely relieved me of a severe render it of, Incalculable. I'valcetothogtdsfd.
15 SO 60' '75 : Of Diarm I agriculture rU_
,1otkest.4cbtorssiidcreditozs Over2 ox. and net ver2Jox. Western States." : attack a. cheerfully recommend. :
Application for letters of administration, 500 Streets opposite the Court House. :WHEX'UNPAID.gUraleas'above. ,In purchasing ray "IndianLoxeest"'
a1t4..l'eUet ef Application for dismissal Adminis'fctter JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ; '' . 5 10 10 15 and look. for. my written signature. .on ;' With re ct your?JteTHADfc. ., Numbers Steel ( 64 pages each exerasrrtrjr.lff.
,, _' >*' _' ? $10 00 Cct. 16, tf. Over i 01.and'net ever 1 oz. 10 20 20 30. the label. -'" ,-. "ANDREWS.AMERICAN forths engravings, and is seLl at 29 eenU. 99
Over 1 ox. and n
_' Terani ouacemcBtofcandidateBfor office, 5 00 N, H CORWIN O,'S ORCHARD."Middletown Over li ox. and not over 2 Ol 20 ;4040 r 60 from among many received.from.respectable } A17D: FOREIGN at least(wrat: ". '
TJlt British
L.. Ko announcement will be made unless the same Over 2 ox. and not over 2| ox.zS 50 50, 7NOTE. < .citizens. of J ackaony! e. .- '. .. Periodical-. rt--nbfisM'irefetwsr .

; i* aeeesapanted with'tho amount charged. 4- ,.Orange county, .-Fr,n And after the BOth June 1851, tile EGBERT POINSETT. .AOENOJ The London: QurterIyRtewOomiesl3., ,_ i' .1 )

"Editorial notices for private benefit will be New York. mode of computing the rates:upon inland lettersi. : PJ rs.'Planters should net fee withontthia Tain- CITTOF WASHINGTON, The Edinbnrg Review, (Wh1gThIt.th

Charged double the rate of advertising.JleUfioiu Frntts Xrnlt and CruanirmitniTUEES, letters from one office 'within' the.;United able Medicine. Every family'.ought to keep it TTXmVUht direction of AARON HAIGHT British Review (Free Church,r) ThWseIA.

notices Ifm States or Territories to another, and also upon .on hand. -. .* .. U PALMER. of New York, and .WORTHINGTON ster Review; (Liberal,) and Iackwoc4's eat
,Obituary,and Marriage Plants Shrubbery. &e. &, famished to Jackson .
letters between the United States and the British '-A. M. .REED., principal. Agent. GARRETTSON SNETHENwfNew burgh Magazine (Tory.) <
te p.UUbe
13, ISol. Jawtf. wit: Single rate, if not exceeding half an onnce ; Court of the United States. political deaaboye indicated, yet ba$7*mail
er double rate, if exceeding half an- ounce,"but not JACKSONVILLE F., August 15th, 185i. This establishment. is formed for the following portion'of. their contents Is devoted to poNyea!

P.-Sanderson JAmES H. BAKER exceeding an ounce; treble rate, if exceeding an Dear Sir This will inform you that one bottleof objects: subjects. -It, i*'their literary character
e"l ounce, but not exceeding an ounce and a half;. your mediciae;called INDIAN i LoxECUST-has 1. For practicing law in the Supreme.Court of gives them their chief value, and In that they.

T14Tr ZIT AXD COI7NSF.LI.rtR AT LAW. ATTORNEY AT LAW, and so on charging an additional rate for every permanently cured two of my negroes of a severe the United States and conducting professional. stand confessedly far above all other'jowrtaaVeTtheir
: Columbia additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce attack of Dysentery. I consider it an excellent business before Congress. class.' Blaclneood,stffl under thr.nwuttriy'
AVIXCKmotYd bin office from Columbia Co. East Florida.
[ Jackwuvillo ]und Alligator The mode of computing rates upon' letters to medicine for this complaint, and take great ,plea 2. For the prosecution and recovery of aft claims guidance Christopher North,mlbfaina.rUfTis-
J. to
-e. Cunaty : Great Britain and to all other foreign countries,, sure in recommending. it to the public. in law or equity, against-the-United Statesbe* cient celebrity and is, at this time, ununttByaW
ovBBpMtfully informs bU friv 'd! that lie will con H. Whit Smith & EL O'Brien, the British North American provinces excepted Respectfully yours fore Congress or the executive Departments, or tractive from the serial works of Buhrrr.d etk-

.'lID.the practice, of hi*profmKon, ai funnerly. ATTORNEYS AT LAW will remain as at present,under the act of 3d S. D. FEltNMlDEZ.To against. foreign Governments before Boards of er literary notables. wrttten for that Mag xsw,
*** 'It. "will each and Term of March, 1849, an agreeably to instructions appen- MI'E. POD8OU. Commissioners. c "T and first appearing in its columns both ia Gm
attend at
every Aligalor,..Cclumba Co., East Florida.M dod to the table of foreign postages.DIRECTIONS. 3. For the settlement of accounts with the Britain and in the United States. Such'works as
the,.Circuit Court in the crcrnl Counties of JACKSONVILLE, May 6tb, 1851. State Treasury, War, Navy, Post-Office, and "The Caxtons" and "My New Novel" (botb'ty
&,. Easter J.<-ial.Circuitn the County of WHIT SMITH, I I M. O'BRIE, This is certify ills with much pleasure that I I Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission Bul1l'.) "M, Peninsular Medal" Tai Cr1..
Hamilton In-the Middle Circuit, the Supreme Office at Alligator. ( Office at Newnansville.. 1st. Every letter or parcel, not exceeding half I announce to the Public that I have been effectually -I of fines,penalties and forfeitures for alleged Hand," and other serials of which,numerous.J
an ounce weight, shall be deemed a single letteror I cured of the distressing complaint called Dytentery violations of the revenue, post office, or other editions are issued by the leading pubEshtrt!is>
',p Court at Talla&asacc, and the U .V Court at St. S. W. BACRJATTORNEY rate. .' bv the highly' recommended remedy of laws. .' this country have to be reprinted by those ptWishers .

Augustine. AU tusincw entrusted to his care AT L..A lV. 2d. Alldrop-letters, .r letters placed in any Mr. K. Poinsett. 1 had resorted to manj things, 4. For securing letter patent for inventions ; from the pages of Blackwood after U ki

will receive prompt idfcntiun.Addreiii. *p post office,not for transmission, but for delivery but of no avail I was induced to try his very from the United States or from foreign Governments been issued *y Meart. Scott & Co.,so that|*W
J.tcksiiHciUt JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLORIDA only shall be charged with postage at the rate of palatable and pleasant' Medicine,And to my great and procuring land warrants and pensions scribers to the Reprint of that Magazine nay always -

P. VixDERso'V, Reference:. one cent each. satisfaction was completely cured within a few under the various pension laws of the United rely on having the earlittt reading of these
Dnral County, Flnri'ln. 3d. Each deputy postmaster whose compensation .days, and have not been troubled since with thatso States. fascinating tales. -*..
$. .0 jAcksoarille. 17. 1S5) tf IT n. W. B. FLEMISO, Savannah, Georgia. for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the ranch dreaded disease.I 5. For collections generally, embracing,debts, -I : TER SperaJlD1SD1:1

... .. March2O.1831. tf 30th June) did not exceed$o,may send throughthe am happy to say other immediate cures have legacies, and inheritances, in the United States For any one of the four. Reviews, vt$ 09
.. all times mail all letters written by himself, and ro- under 'observation and foreign countries.*
lOeN.JeD.i: \ Petiett ran at come my own within a few For any two do & 00
.: ,.aacl.t the oho of Col. J. 1>. SA'DF.IHOS for IOSSIAN BATTORNEY.. ceivo addressed through to himself the mail cmhitpnvatt all written communications business which days. 1 cheerfully add my mite to the already 6. For the purchase and sale of lands many of For any three do t. .iTW
amount of with the States Territories of the Union of *
great testimony .regard to your or and loaning For aB four the Reviews, t:ot
t&e; performance of professional service, and will AT LAW, shall not exceed in weight one half.nje, free of Valuable Medicine. I am, pecfully, &c.:- moneys. on mortgage of real estate lying For Blackwood' Magazine"S. ; 00

Abe attend to the b*sitics of the latter gentlo- KEY WEST, FLA., postage. This does not authorize them to frank M.HEARNJr. therein. For Blackwood and three Reviews .t at

daring the occasions of his absence. Practices in the United States and State Courts any letters unless business written by themselves and on To oinsett,Esq. 7. For investment of funds in United States For Blackwood and the four Review 'to CO
their it
docs authorize
private only; nor and State stocks an.] loans,collection of the dividends For Farmer's Guide complete in 22 Net) '?t W
S. .;:. 1&11. of 10-tf the Southern District of Florida. them to receive free of postage any thing but JACKSONVILLE, May 21, 1831. ,thereon, and, generally for the transactionof Payments to. be made in all eases Ia advaaerr

.. July written communications addressed to themselves, Dear Sir: I consider it to be a matter of duty all business pertaining. to. a law,' loan,' 'and CLUBBING. ,"*.1
: ; KcQneen mcIntosh, ,and on their private business. to inform you that I had been laboring under a banking agency. A discount of & w P'irAl_ teal th*

-J ATTORNEY AT LAIV, JOH N C.HATEL7 very violent attack of Diarrhoea. ,which baffled the All communications addressed, postpaid, to above prices will be allowed.to-3abs ordering
ATTOR EY AT LAW. Newspaper Rattt,ptr quarterwhm tent from skill of two Physicians, and rendered me unable Messrs. Palmer Snethen. 'American and Foreign four or more copies:of,U1'l one or'moe &1H
c.tWu.&ttend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern the office publication, to actual and bona fdtlubv.ribtrt to do any work. But fortunately, when about to Agency,.city of Wasb'ngton, will .receive* above works Thus: 4 copies ofBIseecdor

; ; tbe United Statcsl. Court at St. OFFICE[ NEWNANSVILLE, : give up all hope of ever obtaining relief I heardof prompt and faithful attenton.1M.LMER&. one of the Review will be sent to 0u odttrot tot

.'JUqfMliae; the Supreme Court at Tallahasaeo; 13AST FLORIDA. From after the 30th of June, 1851, for each your "INDIAN LOXECUSTi" and the use SNETHEN, $9 ; 4 copies of the four,Reviews and'B2fcckw4
newspaper not exceeding three ounces in .weight, of five Bottles has entirely restored me to health. Office No.5 Carroll Place, Capitol Hill. for$30. and soon. .. '_
4 ?f ua prosecute CLums. for citizens: in any part of sept.11, tf. the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly : 1 take much pleasure to recommend your Medicine JuyS.: .law&. t :j- Orders from Cfswrnrastb* seat fl'.VS S.

Ie lerUa against the Government at Washington, in advance. These rates only apply where to all those who maT be similar afflicted. the 'publishers, as no discount from these prises

Verisign before Congress or at the Departments. United States Mutual Insurance the paper is sent from the office of publication to Yours, &0., 'BENJAMIN DAVID. Bounty Land and General can be allowed to Agents. J'sf.

*. tfry ADDRESS, Jacksonville, East Florida. Company, actual_ and bona fidt subscribers. ToE Poinsett, Esq.. .' Agency Money, current in the Slates where: issued,will
1DgtoD"D. C., be received at
27 1851.
Mar 2. 1830 tfi I
Remittances and communications .staid
Dear Sir.lam T. "WALKER will 09
entirely relieved of i give 'prompt
KIll SLEY B GIBBS .b a thanks to fer ."INDIAN my complaint JOSEPH attention to the BOUNTY: be always addressed, post paid or franked to the
; :; James W. Bryant Agent, b. you your LOXEeus't -i Publishers. LEONARD SCOTT t CO
; ; ,".it is the best I have ever-used for the LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged .
&TT0uEAND COUNSELLOU-AT-LAW, M.1.TPORT MILLS, DUVAL COn FLA. ; '.a. diueaseand I foci happy in recommending it to the in the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of the INDIA 79 Fulton .N. entranoeGoId st.

May 22, 1851 tf .J. I public. Yours, truly WARS in which the U. States have been enraged, -- .
t '. Will attend to Professional business in the Courts : i I 1 GEORGE COULTER. or the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to THe Globe ., :. .

.T thiE'sfmi Ciifnit of Florida and in the Fed'eUfsl SAM'L HOYT & C 0.GIIIBAL .,- A OT ? co ,S To E. Poinsett, Esq. iV claims on the U.States for MILITART SERVICES: A Congressional, Agricultural and Literary .

Curt for the Northern DuUiet of Florida. Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Not SUPPLIES, PENSIONS,LOST PROPERTY, &C. and to '
ALSO AGENT COMMISSION I MEl AfffS over 50 miles .25 15 10 5 2J 14 ,BATON ISLAND, St.'J Jdfin\Beacb any description of business requiring an Agent or mIlE- undersigned erJ&o.u."PU
Over CO and not over _. August 7, 1851. 5 Attorney Washington. For procuring Land JL proposals for the GLOBE and its reports for
.tee-general Business in the State, respecting 300 miles 503020105 2| Dear Sir: This will inform yon that three' of Warrants;his charge will be 5. In other eases I the next session Congress. Congress&htsi now

*"fr aU and donations of lands, and .the location In The Buying And Selling Of Over 300, dot over 1000 my children'we re dangerously ill with t.ho J Dysentery the charge will be proportioned to the nature and I liberally patronized the undertaklng-th

EVERY DESCRIPTION miles 7543O1574 3J or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks. I tried difficulty. the case.. will be established as standard wortworUrytofU
"r asSUag- thereof.Kin OF. AGRICULTURAL Over 1000,not over 2000 almost everything that generallyroeueffjThrdoNldisease He willalso act in connection with Agents or official imprimatur,unless. the undersigned hilsinhisdnty.i

/ ,ALSO ACEXTfc IMPLEMENTS AND miles 100 60 40 20 10 5 but all to no effect. A friend misse,.-. Attorneys ia Florida, who may be employed in I
'tbe 'collection of Claims the United MACHINERY.ALSO Over00notover4000 commended me to try your Medicine callednae Bounty Land sad other. claims, on terms which I effort can.V&i1. The GLoBE iIthi only p
upon miles 123 75 50 25 12} 6J DIAN LOXECUST." I procured it-ande m may be agreed upon. Letters [which should bepost that will familh rull reports of theproceedings and
S; :States for Military or other services, pennons, Over 4000 miles 150 00 W SO 15 7$ happy to say that 1J Bottles of it cured all, thre paid will receive immediate attention. debates of the two Houses of Congress; an bay-
jwtfftltt; furnished rolnnteers, and for horses or Georgia aM French Burr Mill Stoics; Ensepes, of my children-hoping your valuable MedicinI June 5. lawtf. .' log received their sanction as such, the best Reporters .

nkerpreperty lost, for which the United States Colagen, Cullin and Dolling Cloths. Also, every DIRECTIONS.1st. may become generally known,so that all that may will be engaged to write oat the'debaiwof
kind of produce North and South, and c.uK.JI&id be afflicted with,this disease may have a certain Notice. each day, which win undergo1 the !rtTisW..rthe
w. for Wool, Hides, Deer Skins and Pars. Weekly papers only, when sent as above -- -
Shipping and safe remedy. Yours truly, AND Members. The work after passing 'UI" .
A'arenisckonville. East Florida.J. SAM'L HOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. stated are to be delivered free in the county where JAMES LATLMER I VI the DAILY GLOBE and receiving' eorrecuoawiU
they are published ; and this although conveyed To'E.Poinsett, Esq. THE SEVERAL WARS BINGE be presented, as finished, in the Co USSI m

.. McRobert Baker, References: in 2d.the mail over 50 miles. JACKSONVILLE: *'t8I. TIlE 'REVOLUTION. GLOBE and APPESBIX. ,, .?,_
Newspapers ntaiauig not over 300 July :
, ".ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LA IV, Messrs. AsoKRtot& Co., FKAXKLTX&BunI.EY inches, are to be charged soc quarter,the square above Dear Sir: I have tried valuable Me BY a recent Act of Congress officers and sol The debates will probably increase in intmstdaring
your very, the next session. The whichengrossadtho
& PALME!, SWIFT, DEXSLOW & rates. (who have not received) are entitled I one subjecfc.
JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA.W Co. cine for Diarrhoea and find it by far tho best and last,will doubtless '
6a.VJlI..P.. MILLED. & Co.. 3d. Publishers of allowed to BOUNTY LAND, for service of one month L gin 7wa't6ofhof -
safest '
exchange for this
, U. practice in the Courts of tbe Eastern New York; KTOGLES Notrm, MASOT&Co., Bos free of postage newspapers,one of each number known cure dangeroas' disease that I.have or more j the widows,and minor children of those I ers- gnat variety which, in this progressiv*.
heard of.
I ton, Mass.; F. 1). LOOM, ESQ., New London copy ever or My little daughter, aged deceased are also entitled. The Subscriber will I country, the cpnfiicts of party and the ambition
Je II Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Jack. I only; and privilege extends to newspapers about two years, bad suffered long and
was r. for
and distinction
; McCowBs, EIQ., Wilmington, Del. undertake, $.a moderate compensation.'theclaims place necessarilY' produce.-
in I
, t esf fie, and in the United States District Court Savannah August 23th, 1831. 4-tf : published Canada. doe to almost a skeleton,and 1 tried part of of those interested. Having been Vast.interests will be at stake upon tha-dedsiene
sept. The
4th. weight ef must be takenor a Bottle of "INDIAN employed
die Northern District of Florida. : newspapers your LOXECUST", and I of the next Congress; and there'is great talent isi
Having in public office for several his
f years,
jSjf determined when experience
they are in'p dry state. it baa acted like a charm, the child is now improving both branches which will be evoked in their discussion.
effloUnt and reliable agent at Washington be 5th. Postmasters are 'not entitled to receive in such matters will enable him to afford great
; ;Aa JOHN A. HATER, DRUGGIST and' may be seen by those who do not be-1 I facilities to claimants for LAND AND PENSIONS All the honors of the'Republic dependent
free of under their tieve.
postage franking
claims the
States Respectfully
against .
prosecute on the succession to the Presidency as wll
I save
, No. 154 Droughton afreet, Savanna G. pnvUcge. and them a great deal of trouble
Before Congress'and the Departments Washiugal A. V. COLVIN. and-expense. Where he obtains as aU the great and permanent interests which g.
: 1 s
r OFFERS for sale article in his 6th. Payment in advance does not entitle the To E. Poinsett,Esq. nothingnocharge
every to the advancement of the of
All thecountry.wiH .
made letters power
; is post-paid will receive
line of business bc.ideat5pirit party paying to any deduction from the above
! tUeing,permanently located at Jacksonville, heHrtH Gas, Gas, Lamps. Canipbine rates. ST. NICHOLAS, Fla.,July SI,1851. instructions prompt attention sent.""and. -the- 'necessary._ fonts and. : gress.give impulse to the action,the next..r.r Con

his entire and attention Landreth's arranted Fresh Garden Dear Sir: This is to certify that two Bottles >t-- Tbe Daily Globe will be
f give unremitting to Rate of Postage to be charged all trantitnt Medicine called"INDIAN LOXECUST"has < C.-W. BENNETT, Atfy; published daily during
eedJ, upon your *
! :i1s profession, aid all business entrusted to his and Washington, D. C. the session Congress,and weekly rthe nmaiaaWof
: Segars, &o. fco. Newspapers every other description of Printed permanently cured twO of ow Negroes,of a severe October .' tf the year. It will contain full-and faithful re
i. At wholesale and rejail.N. Matter, except Newspapers and Periodicals, Diarrhoea. I take pleasure in recommending 1S50. :: portsoftheproceedingsof both Houses of Oea-

.r*' He will also attend to any business as B. Spirit manufactured and always fresh published at interval not exceeding thru montht m your valuable Medicine-as being without doubt gress; and miscellaneous articles on those general
Notice. a
and tent from the office publication to actual r one of the best and safest remedies this disease '
I and for sale tow subjects to which it is .
\. OTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER as as can be purchased in the :
iAppmUd.by the .Governors of the following Southern market,for cash or approved credit. and. bo-afidt. .vtbtcnbert.NOTE. --, that. have heard.of or seen. Yours truly A. LL Subscribers to the building (fund of St.; The IVetk'y Globe will contain Agricultural
: Nov. 27.ly JNO. A. M. .. I. W. O. McINTVRR.-- John's Vliurch, Jacksonville,who are entitled and miscellaneous articles; and will oceasvssttfly
Iaks U'take TestimooAffidarits, and Ac- .-Fer each .'4D *V u' To E. Poinsett, Esq. to shares in said Church,- are requested to give debates of such importance as command.
+.wledgmeats to be used therein : a o 0 present their vouchers to Dr.A. Baldwin,Trea venal interest. :'. : '
i additional JACKSONVILLE June
ounce, 'or' a 9th 1851.
DYING AND SCOURING .. ,. of the Committee
surer ,by and before -The of the IVetUy Wobt Is reduced .'
fraction of f price
i :. Maine, Virginia an ounce, S2 o S' 'S. W Dear Sir' I have used Indian Loxecnst 15th *
A rsg your the of November next, and all persons having oee dollar,with view to obtain-a'
...Vermont North Carolina, ESTABLISHMENT beyond the ten ounces ii5 : .- S in my family.-and have found it a very valuable accounts against said Church for materials 'ntbregeneral
or circulation. .
NO. 73 YORK STREET in i this table, an ad sf: :' remedy for Diarrh .,
ekusettF South ] 8 & -great pleasure in labour, fcc.,will also them above '
{ L Lreeommeniiog
) u Carolina ditional rate will be a : present as spool The Congressional Globe will embody,M it ka
ii5 it to
J 'New York, Georgia, (REAR OF THE COURT HOUSE,) charged. E 3 O-1.15cts Y" .Respectfully the,: public.J.E.TOWNSEND.: ., fied." 1 A. S, BAJU9WIN, done for the last seventeen years' Coagressiestal.
SAVANNAH GEO. t Treas. BuiTg Com'e, proceedings and debates exclusively. ''* *
Pennsylvania: Alabama, o I. GiI Egber Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE St. _
Johns Church.
Appendix will embrace the revised
... speeches'
z O'
0 '
Delaware tis lj '
t irpi, ALEXANDER E.'Fla. Oct9tf.: separately, and the messages of the President,*?
-, h 1e'i GALLOWAY, : Cts. Cts. May 17, 1851. .
Cts. the United.States and,tho reports of the HedI.t
:t L1. ;J jaal.-ly RETURNS has his received thanks to since his friend*'for the One os or under I. 23 4 5 Dear Sin This may certify to yon that 1 had a ; 'Notl e.,' : I the Executive Departments. : _
:: he commenced Overloznotoi'er2oz. 2 negro girl suffering under severe' attack
4 6 of Diarrhoea
8 nnHE The
10 Congressional Globe and Appendix win be
business in this city in 1832,and would stateto his UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co.1
and that the
s 3 use of one bottle
6. 9 of
il. 12 15 your ,. .' published as-fast as the proceedings 'of Congress
for the Practice
friends the
and partnership
ftOSOA.1l'HART, public generally, t.ha during his 'I 3U 'tt IS 4 .. 4 8 12 16 .20 preparation called Indian Loxecust" effectually MedictDe'l. will make a number. Subscribrrs ea*
,t may expect
late visit to London and respectfully professional
-- h.acquired II '4I U 41 'glg ''t cured her, and'I would take this -
Stand If. 5
10 15 20 25 method of number of each week
L- A 7TORNEY.lTII..JV. various recommending citizens of Jacksonville and its 1 a during the first four weeks
improvements with .
II tt < vicinity. -
6" as s valuable .
6 12 18 \ 230 very Medicine. of session and *
Oflee Uto Steeni'ft at the Canrt-boniie >< >
f 'T4
", '.peD r DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING g 7 If. 7 14 2123, 85 1'J traly JOHN BRANTLEY. R, P. DANIEL M.-D.' week afterwards until the end of the session.' i
d ) ; Fersytb street. which he trusts will II 7" 41 II g It 8 16' Mf.-Egbert:Poinsett. ;
enable 2482
him to give 'g 40 Office the corner'directly JJorth .Complete indexes to the Conznstionat Gt.M
i :'If"- 'w.u."practice!: inthe several counties of the satisfaction t all who may please to favor ncr 8"' .u If 9.. 9 13 ,,736 45 09 son House.. or-.Bdtig-. .' and-4/3nrfirwillb sent to subscribers. soea.doter

7 : .i.CSreult:o[ Florida, and attend to 'the with their patronage.. '. V 'it 9" 4'"I0'.1O. 20 30 40, 60 JACKSONVILLE' July 26, 1851.. Oct. 30,1851;. 3m. Congress adjourns.- : T

t i. Uefieetiesi.of cLUms against tho United States for Ladies'.ak and woolen Dresses, Shawl &e.,' ,Dear Sirs Sometime since I wai" attacked witha f. _' Nothing of a political ..spectwfl lappear in the
I ,lcaoed ad dyed various colors, 1 1 t good DIRECTIONS. severe Diarrhosa--so severe that I could not attend Globe save that which will be found in the, Cengressional -

lCerTiee'"a.cd.t' Horses lost, or other satisfaction. Table Covers cleaned dyed, as 1. On every transient : unsealed circular to my business:. I was recommended to try -- .A Card. reports. A_paper assuming to' be-aa
pp|>ert lost.er destroyed by troops in said service : may be require., Gentlemen'garment renovated handbill, .engraving newspaper,pamphlet lour.IIINDIAN'LOXECUST." I procured one RZub5crllerhaiDg leased the well-known Impartial vehicle for au sides, cannot maintain it*

. ,Al o(eiaims for pensions disabled soldiers,or I in the Ple good stylo .formerly so as not to b magazine, book,and every:Ather description periodical:of, Bottle of it. At the same time two members of I'JL', house formerly.kept. by Mr.;- John .Clark, character if. the editorial columns reflect.. a party
surpassed by *njr done at the North; or dyed Matter we above ay' family were afflicted with the same'disease. takes this method of,informing the ,01&IIetI..of hue.
bruidews. and erpkavs of deceased soldiers. I may bo requred. '.Ladies'bonnets black' be printed prepaid according to the rates most l in allocates. We all used the medicine fronsjlhe 'one' Bottle, Jacksonville and vicinity,that he is now ready te TERMS, _- /..'
lLw, elaims for bounty.land to oCScors and sot.tI : cleaned, in a cee .weight. .' and I am now happy to inform that it refreshments FOr
1 .it prcud superior Ladies'and .2.Whenever. any printed matter en which the you 'cured servo any hour of the da1lro 7 : one copy of the Daily Globe (daily d*- .
-ders. and the widows aad. orphans of daceasod of- GenLeJtn'. Kid Gloves cleaned.after the postage is required to be prepaid shall, us all entirely. 'We are now all well and hearty o'clock ia the morning until 10 at night ; he can .. ring the session of Congress,.and weekly ?

I ._. .'ana seldiers.f.Ue most apr4ved Inn fashion.Sir. ., r the inattention otPostmutergor. otherwise through be from the use of'',! one Bottle of year Valuable furnish Lunelt.&t the shortest notice,via Cold during the recess,) a year, .$S.
,. .: .i attention been appintd Agent tot I sent without prepay ment.the same shall be charged Medicine,. f ,Yours" truly, Ham, Beef Tonjrae,Pigs.feet Tripe; Shrymps For.tholaily) Globe for less than a.year. ,"at: *-'
;,,; .- "wHl give his to rerancing,- the above estblisbmeDtl to the with double the above .-, l TIMOTHY HARRIS.. Sardines Fish;&a.; he has had his liquors and. &herateof8hts..moath. "- : 7_
!tJ- ..,-.uabc &' "es and records, and ascertaining reception delivery 01 work in Jacksonville and 3. Bound books and parcels 9r printed.matter r L*"T" .,.EPo< lsoU P. Eeq.Mdii. Wines selected by good judges in New,York, and For one copy of the Weekly.Globe tonGue"year : .

y I .'tW Ie lucll.r the surrounding country. Terms moderate. not .weIgbing.over2 ounces, shall ,b..deemed paid the highest prices for them,and hashe thinks afthl'nal -- -- clLC5
Meb 21.18. tf mailable Matter. ,. Flu.,Oct. 1, 1851. Wines and Liquors of the first quality also Por For one copy Globe. jo?' -
A1.i.i eij entrusted to him will ,meet with Dear Sir--Some time since I '
Periodicals published at intervals not. was on visit pear ter and Ale Gentlemen will please call&I1dJudge ring the session -* wktUQ
J: ...& attention; and all instruments writing ;Sea'Island Cotton three months and tent from the office of.exceedIng publication your Your place Indian, and Loxeoust was'suddenly. taken very.sick. I for themselves, and speak cf me as they fiDel no. For' one copy,of.the Appendix.luring the .. "
,i Gins.fTUIE was reco m4tnded.. The No pains will be session l\ : '." '.
i&L W zeo &d by.him with ncatoew and despatch. to actual and bona fide'subscribers, are friend spared, to plelle'la"'lItaI favor : j 1 99
that I
SUBSCRIBER ti1'fdt1 to be charged with one"half was.visiting happened to hare a bot- I me will a eall. 8. S.TYLER For four copies either, pprqfbqt4m
!, .. .JL mentioned tie of jIb the bouse,and I it -4
14. te1noTmth.p1&ntersot-tsng-S1. in the last above table used and take plea Jacksonville. Oct.2. 1851. tf ring the session, CQ
:t a.rn'---------;l "J35J!' 'i'tt_ : tons that he still continues the manufacture ef the* ,postage thereon must, and in prepayment all easss bo Of a CIuarter' sure in to informing yom that it'eured me., t.am ,... r4----- -: . For ten copies of either/or pRt'IfbOh( tdaring --,
I latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS Periodicals required averse having;my name in print,but rtiU for the'session, r' ':10 OH
p1'-, *' -._ dou published at intervals .r mere than the benefit of those Nassau County Tax Coll ct&ESale 1 :
. AGENCY. (. ble and single,at his usual TaLes and. f..!ea4. to three months ore charged.with the fall rate*which publish this if, think that may it be.afflicted,yen can The prices for these papers areso lev*tit*}a4r..
fill all ordecs at the shortest notice: be you necessary. VIRTUE-of authority inn "by laif vest '
FOR CL.41J.lSAT WASHINGTON must prepaid. '' ., "ib'- BY vance payments .an f ndupensahle.onaod Ia.ca 1b
, f.! -I .' ; .For the reputation of the Gins,apply to the fol NOTE.-In case there is on OdD any?newspaper '! "YoUn'\fltbrtlpec&: ," I will expos n for saleiafr of the : no order wOl be attended taIanlesi ,ty
I I .. lowing Agents, or to those who have rSU8ANNA1'1LRTLEy.: Court House door of Nassau county on the trst .i
iW 't # thorn in nssi periodic, pamphlet or other,,printed matter:lor I Dr E PomlOtt "'Re,aeoemp&Dies iL .. ::\t
I ...d ..y... am:" 'ACnna"6. ,1IiJuAa .- AGENTS. paper connected therewith anyj.manuscript: of ,J .J" "<..- ,.".!,-.'Jacksonville. .. -- ,,.Fla.- .' Monday of March, 1852,<:'the following described '"Subscriptions ma> remitted c by; man,alew
JlnLr..aD'. nt.'ln.YL 9'&nrE, 'Villalonga tt'A ostsCenteryiflagG any. kind It.t1l'lIicD information shall be asked for, f..t.l: : :;. 'f. ,' .tf.; -. < tracts or parcels:o( land situated in said county risk,'in money at par is:lhe.jeoUan.where .COCUW7

''It 4Clt1g t..Jlt' his prompt attention to the aragjrWe'ni Capt. So'R.Bythewood, Beaufort.S.C.... or the communicated laW in writing, or by marks or signs, ''. Pear: :Syou'rjnaian Gtay.U..UUilet.Loxecust igood 20, 1831.med. One' tract. of containing-Mr.; John Higginbotham 250 asres,lying, oa pear. the rueldene. suhstribers v "rau""M"tt Oomf
newspaper, periodical earnsWashington -.
t It %* and prosecnUon'of claims before COB' Tison SciU"Ailarris DeV elU. Charleston' ;8?C.' printed matter becomes subject pamphUjt to letter or other lefne.. Some time sino. I purchased a bottle from called Little Mills;anotHer tract lying OQ alY&1Dl F w City; OeU.15 :

\iitHi'hw .o/;.Kxccniire. partmenisIMsM Bisbee", Ocala(E.Flori a. and U .the dutyef tbe Postmaster'! postage A M. Held,Esq.,'your agent,and gave it tor one Swamp containing ,25Q aeres ?Thes tads are 85Q-.3est.L
*fU* froa tI.lUtolutionary Florida .K.R.DukesPalsUciILp o: Jscki.n,1IIsE.. the wrappers and envelopes from all priDt.e411ULtter remove of ny negroes that ha suffered rery ranch from described by'surveyers as b belonging Sancho; MASONRY; JJRICXL4Y1No.i'usitL
: j' 4 severe ,Dysenfcry. It cured Ja andftre sold for taxes due from 4
I. .. ,/'Dvalid 8. H01 It a., Savannah dL- and pamphlets not charged with; letter postage, > Q.,Soon TMti.duo '& '" i.m
; ,.RevolQtlonwT! ,Half- for the of \ .; uuKuv>; inmfcw with.the the8tal$15. "" "- i 'ING, :-
purpose asccrt&1rnogwhetho &I.or ucgfv *
S. L.Niblacll &Co. Alli torE. F. ; ,,there is isie'dic' C L- 4 -4 J\,1f. i.'f
NIrtr.W)4e .zciioni| ifaral or Army;: & Hr'Elibt1ILGWfliWfldO3; upon or connected with. any such printed matter ; 'cbea another' bottle,audIt t'.. ,' t" j.r BKAUJJOCligt nrUIE UNDERSIGNED thleaWIOti
baa4 .. ,wtdcr law of Feb. 11, : cili$;- s. or in such package,any,matter or cuJr'do I. ., ?!N?: ?! ,, _" ". "k5heriff-* and exoffJTax CoU.ctor.' JL informing the public thai H Is.ready teBrieklayinr. <,
tVAwg, t / ALS.EXT13ozPs woufl authOrize require the charge Bot'heslVato; moment' in recommending :no27-. ," ". ..., .'iUs ry i HMUringStuoeoWerk: ,
: 10. 1848atrlndge.otP&jsnd. : rat41.f peiUge thereon.. N.K..thtPlI: your lodiatt Lozeonit to-the public, as,being,the. -4 j &o. &o He will tarnish plans and drawings
: 11.y HH Isugirdus returning 'Volunteers; Clajmi for .i.v Batmirueeubictiber' ,(11&4'or.t.1ii f '! most eertaU remedy tot DysenteryVthat I. ban IvTasim.CountyTax,Collector's. sale, .rhea desired by person for.Ja4 ta'he Is*aftac$

.. "ta'lil"'rJi. 'A. ".,1 td'J: Qiosor dma u'Th1mtIv&t41reoims. nd!pt.. 4iree i to'yutlDI AceDta.. f",L:PosTOrricxDcpAETXKflTfJan_ l. ..-. ..J.4LAPIIIITfl&TOZt'NOl'ICE._ 1$' : eTerussdhoarilot.'1".\ .bbL..JA.1.;... -'."- .: .1ou 1"\\',our.see i PrGp6r'lo"olQ.-' -. MYyiRTU&>f authority in I mby law vesV too.execute known to-work.ithent&bo oi.L1 D1.e1 extra JaoksosiviS charter* as.'a vtwell
\eli. or& f '
.ruNutMn' > ---- *' r _, fr,
WJrr'UtD- .J "" 8'Li BtJR.N i' '' )1 PnrC / = nt ofptha competent meohaniov and work he ha peittrseejalreidy
1i".e..J. 0"
"" k t. i. :., Wsggsiiau. .-. St.MArY'sGeotg... : ', .. ,.. '., . ..". i '9'\.1tI 4Jr .r P.D k .. f of Nuun,county, .' aM teal for oi tUens of the place,he refers taseadditioBal
a 1.AtaIU.J._ J 1i5'IS Jrew- 'QIX.! a Dtlai att r 4at. IwJU.Ppt1 &0 tb.lIo.J'de. -. Monday flf March 185J 800 sores ef third quality r evidence ef'iI qmsMcations.: ia
't' ., .' ..,IIi1ora, .A r.atzQa1y1nOak- "- : p-F Probate"t V.II&I&.county for dlfr. ;1 -'" 'jacisonvjue,:ri ., Sept.23,1831' ln It # A '. ( .' ..- 1 mission as Administrator.f the estate of-Mary: >', E FoteMtfr-Slr-iTbli: f Ji to,certify,ti1' my;orhe rsfot taxes duo for lS5LMmomat el .0:i Casti and Moulds'fos-ernaawntal-j f

1 .. &:thsformjJeeUiy; .far aUgetherwlth prper Oolg,rdeceaie 'Jft v" a1et GuthMa lil. : ma viuehea *al : : havlngc&ain,. L Indlatt Lox6cwtftor( : -- patting Sugar Btt.des,ut t
I against the eltato .t duly nots safferiDgfor more thin 12 ,31-4. i'nlh -i--
u HASpeaeiitIyIocai4' *_ _
b governing the-different Depart* JACOB G.EIGER-'A4Da'r.. months with) that distressing disease.. 'I take plea- uoiis worrm that one,eonnaent that M oa*'
.. U piiii.4 tolID -ftt Uacborniltt.E.F' 'M2iI. : sari to .
.1C : ,
.y eo Gila recomtnendinjjvourmosVvaluable .1esauaact1o4Cb&rguc4.raItf
: medl l
tI ) 'ju MONOt1CC.L n.J ,
f .
'. IaVN lbet-ia reeijlre-D. : aeCf &U work I.G'.th.: U\WIUa t/1 -- .i}_ t" elattoallilmlUrlyBulBtod.a "' : .. \ .
!. .
N&Ja J ftiit.4t'ijooVJUc. .
In and 1 I'.tJ- -'A-LL.. ; : -
&ttMkp1 .4: Minitactfldng.-. -. .1 nm&iD. lOIlN b' ha1'lrI.t.brit.or a minds May29,1851.4y'
Notice .
be.new process ofFiELNGwblob: ; '.- -fSLiagalart. estate of iWilllani& .. ::.t
I *".na'1 t pr jif fai.flU'oo D $"FLEMtNG "y 'Y'A..l.J'OH SO.. of '. ,
pause-the.a1.Wl ; .Tho8t, would Inform'the Cdtlrii' Cotomhl, ___tl iNoUce -
wbbtDf c4n1hvflbImad. of 1-d t'J okIODrilt. onnty, 4eoea* d.:are'hereby reonind -. .;. -
._ .t.aoei &oOrder: ;': 'AUMachtasryu Enddlagtot B1I4t.Cmt'bI and' D1t1'Ul ap'P. r ltt',1ifn 1 jt- J ii it N..C. jQ preset thea to the'nnderstgti .. O slLhIngentrusted'WLIa earn wtfl receive ttle'of OOJIHD&e4&seij bk 'Izi i .., _1tfI1Ijf') .7IJ.\ 7easpTJbsiu.mwl31bs- \acl"f$ ms Suem trI1f .
his bout aid lotl aadln eollM -yOr _
"am.1u pUU2p rJtel1tlo o tb. '
> laopot 11'.0" so4c44 4tGat4 sst&t R'R4arderThaROoma
.' rLlolf'' &ppUcstIon oii w..De&Itr.i "I $r.rvIirud: .
.. .""", ._, so hailDII to merit a shmes ot ptbUe :1 ofscoonnt.kctldaIil,4.b&.4tG_ him areros. tIt'Of'1oJa 14t O fmDieid1l.. pmsDLt' l: oWlMj' \f '

.: ../ .'I"t witW.t_. tic tf''" .A I" ',:? 1. Y, i"74I J3. i8 I, r Jl&troaaaO t.fI.'' ,u':1 : .'..." '. -.. sQ.1Dwtdia..t'1Ie. ttJI7. raoot h .r"ttl'ot'.l"i'ta z.; .._<...nf.'J--iJ'7f."t'2.T.-r t L1 .,.19,, ...

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r. t' #It'k p. -- -. '. ./ ,. -d1jep, I..t'Jl, -! t', ,1U'i :'! -..lW"Jr.JW'l :SJt.UoDy11ft, Ol" JI8IJ .

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