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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: February 12, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TALLAHASSEE DISTRICT'. do. fJt'Was an admirable statuti, but it was. Jerome-,be yourfjrest brother of **" "* I report was anaaimoacjr apptote&Ko rsI I
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not Washington height; have been the 1 sometuna King ol Westphalia; erence was madf<>ith ir *pro.mise .
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The eighth Session of the Florida Annual u'RbsON.PA E. I MrJ.Ynlee'aVEVrors of Fact'' -ascribed .
'to I measures,. TheSecessio ,
Tallahassee-to be : Washington that they thought about at Rome i a ktter, obis lIepbv,+'in.the;>name of the r *rataQarer*
of the Methodist surp1iedoyE.
Conference Church Quincv J. I) G."Asav- or Naples but it. was 1I0t Washington for I memory ,of ray brother,and Mr.'Mallory-t- I very.severe.Ob.tbe U UD'Jd.
Sichardsoh': rtainJt.his
fr" &uth, convened in the Senate Chamber at Americans.' This i work art having horro( tin! : i This' b ferson Davis'made a-kitter tpjeecb jftvftbicb
exquisite '
Le 5n Circuit S. r $ I. }, jiIii3g j a bJrcaDand'tbnerJratory K ie.iMe: i i pamphlet .sent\us tv
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Woodbnry. rep
**the Capitol in this city, at 9 o'clock this adorned the" he spoke of Gov. Foote with
'of 'North Carolina grealairifflo
capitol MrvX"'fe WIth
Wakulla-John Slade. policy. Napoleon eon of a request to publish whichas > .r- I
lull attendance of Ministers and the .
morning-a Gadsden G. W. Fag'g.South was finally destroyed by fire.. Jerome is or was meniber of the 'French weaver: pQ J.W1ed.Mr. Mallory's state-, ."Foote ny rung alliterative ebarjres ttpoa '
presentJJishop general men FiDmoreJT Freetoil taadl Beu&p a
assembly.Lticien'Banaparte ,although
Gadsden- rfPenny. edidpuhflsh; ; the argi -
AxDsrwnol being present, IRA L. Old Time Winter i of-Mr concatenation which seems to have artMued
l Prince of Canino died meat ; Yalee; U would be entirely 1
un-
''Term took the Chair. Blakel-Bainbridge-Ira-Wlliam L. Potter.Choice.. In 1564 the cold was'-so intense that the at liome, leaving a numerous family, jiwt in us to comply >hh. .We,ar \qllite the fury of Gpv.-Foote, who, i ia the Union I
*** The Conference then proceeded to the Thames-in England, was covered with ice of them the ornhhplogist, now 'or lately willing that Mr.tYnlee should have the benefit Convention,returned theseVpitbets upon UM'
Defection of officers. Rev. W. W. Alblny-AnderwD Peeler. Secessionists i with adouble
GRIFFIN sixty-one inches thick. prominent in the aflairs/jf Rome and of ourjcolomnsto reasonable Foote pfcirfr of
*was ekcted President, and Rev.P. P. SMITH I Baker Spring Creek S.: G. Chil.la. .In,1693.the1 cold was so excessive that the Pierre, another son, figured,in the French Italy. bnt not to the extent any ortniberafiiytandinjustice extent -,".denunciation., Ilia ppeech:waswoslremark. : :
Colored "
Mission
:Secretary. I :W.'Edwards. famished wolves entered.Vienna and attack. national assemblyas; also ..Murat 'towards Mr. Mallory.Nineteen ." able, however, for the"open defianc witb
: The conference adopted .the.hours for 1 ,MADISON DISTRICT, ., ed beasts, and evencaen.* : : Many people the:.Marshal and Caroline; the sister, a of son Napoleon. 6f f alleged *'errors offacr'are pointed M which he declared[ his piirpOs ; Jo""meeLth} t -

.s tmeeting and adjournment 9 o'c'ork .\. M. Ri H. HOWREX, P. E.: Germany were f fftzen to death in 1695, and One'of'the daughters of Lncien i is out, some of which are exceedinglyjriv.jaJ threatened coarse of Jhe.Scnile.in .i eriM to _;
..ifor meeting, and 1 o'clock P. M*. for adjourn-. Madison-T.. N. Gardner.F' ,, !69"was nearly as rmd. the it" t>f Lord Dudley Stuatfj anEnglishnobleman. 'and Hone of 'them*"qJattnaJly atfectmIt. thevacancies It in,the,United & /ei.- ; I-
nnent. Sawannee Mission-Ei B. Bedford I In 1709 occurred that.fatnous Winter, called .-Cincinnati.Gazette. I) Mallbry's' argument.: ,The nineteenth Senate"will rumored, that the majority iii)tia 'State Iii
Rev. Dr. WICHTMAK, Editor of the South- Monticello-W. W. Griffin. by distinction the cold, winter. All the ltlrOT" Is thus stated and exposed: rtrl1eto" jnin,Jne election jf .

tern Christian Advocate, and Rev. Mr. As AT, Trouptille-O. A. Standley. rivers and lakes, were frozen, and even 'the Stock of Cotton In Llrcrpool. I 19. The several announcements cf the attempting'thus toput them over't inoiher' I c
Lfji-slatiue t''oyears bence L? allBdinrto
of the Philadelphia Conference were intro Hamilton T. J. for several miles from the shore' The : .
Sealy. sea folio. \'iart d from'thYNeW York Presiding Officer, fee, were received by tht in is pan.! ;oir. Foote 4procfcimeA-iiS tbe
duced to the Conference. Thomasville L. Jerrv.Coinmbia ground was frozen nine feet deep. Birds Courier and En jnirer-relative to the declare I l Assembly,tcitlioi'JqacsLion, opposition* !y. re-f Convention thit he.was ready for -taeTwar. k
The several Committees were appointed, :, -\V. N. Kennedy. and beasts were struck dead .in the fields, stock of'cotton-: Liverpool, we think wore J mark&c, and the Genera! Assembly notified From a sketch .of his siechnIlhb4 i.
and the Conference proceeded to the regular Santa Fee Mission To be sup 1ied. and men perished by thousands in their thy of attention : the Executive lheeleoti of Mallory." the Natchez Courier,'we extract.the'.foljow-
business of the session. houses. In the south of Fiance the wine ExtractTrom I
Newnansville-T. W. Cooper. The Asia's advices disappoint the trade< p. 13. mg paragraph T'/.l: ; ::4 t :
Rev. Samuel A. McCook, Peter B. Bedford Alachna Mission-J. M. Handey, and appointed plantations were almost destroyed, nor have generally, but produced no effect upon prices.' Tliat the anncrancement was received "Senator Fo6tekreferred to tbe',nimotjhat q
and W. Turnner were admitted on agent for Micanopy"instrtute. they yet recovered that fatal disaster. The The addition'made to the stock was not unexpected :'witbnt 'qne;1ion, opposition,,or reniark" was FpreaJ a about.that theSenate \rontd re
'trial; and John W. Mills was re-admitted. Barnett's Creek Mission-To be supplied. Adriatic sea was frozen and even the Mediterranean but the practice is considered on is a mistake; inferred, it% is presumed, from fuse to go into,* election for: Senatoq.
An application for re-admission to the Ocilla Mission-To be supplied. about Genoa; and the citron and thisside, at least, although sanctioned by the absence of question pon the record; but I He did nut lelicve it j he could not'credit',
connexion also made in be. 1 suffered extremely in the finest still a m tA'ke. I am informed claimed t
travelling was TAMPA DISTRICT, orange groves usage, as very reprehensible. It has, hoxw Was that they would rtfuse to petfona'J duty -
*' half of Rev. Mr. Humphreys whose loca- F. STEWART. P. E. parts of Italy. ever, signally failed in the .effect desired. in conversation at the time that I was enjnliieJ by their official oath*,. and o'add
tio* gaper bore date 1813, with the signature -. Ocala Circuit-Thomas Gardner. In 1716 the winter was so tirtenselhat We anticipated it from the necessity of the elected. No formal question was fa iH'I..I the crime cf moral perjury,lo that bftfaeti- IIM i
: :i ideable curiosity was manifested to sec the I Levy Mission-R. S. Tucker. to the province of Senia, in Swe- running down' fast in Liverpool to sort meeting, but more particularly for the very they did he gave them full warning: of what -
of that venerable father of Methodism. -' plain reason suggested by Mr. Mallury, he should do.
autograph llillsborou N. Turner. den.In the views of, Manchester,and accordingly ; lIe bad opposed, to them a
The Conference thought it impolitic -,, 1726, in Scotland, multitudes of cattle wrote in our article, Europa. Dec. 31st whose words I quote as fol4owsAiiil I mari Manatee To b per :: t
to receive the applicant! owing to bis ad- i < supplied. and sheep were buried in the now. "Much interest is felt to learn the declared will here say that bad a Tesolu'tlon been in. i down. He owed only allegiance tolh wn. .
Hernando-F. A. Johnson. a
watrcedae, he being near seventy. It was.' In 1740 the winter was scarcely inferior to stock of American in Great Britain 'on 31 si traduced after the first vote, dt-claring the stitution and the sovereign people f; and7h q
West l. W. Mills.
Key
nroposed and carried to leave him in the I I' that of 1709. The snow Jay ten feet deep Dee, and on this -subject there is a wide contestant elected t it could not have received would stand by tire former- and appeal to ?
bands of the Presiding Elder, who will: doubtless ST. MARY'S DISTRICT, in Spain and Portugal. The Z'lyder Zee margin in the estimates here made,arising mote' totes$ tftan the contestant received.. It. the Utter. It was a coiitesi to"wh be"4e-]
employ him in such work as may be :I I G. W. PRATT, P. E. was frozen over, and thousands went over solely, however, from the different views en- was a season of great political excitement.i I lied ikeni. If the L lature'.faileil''tp;fill .
:suited to his physical strength. I St. Mary's-R. McK. Tydings. it. And the lakes m England froze. tertained of"the quantity,to be added 'for error '. Party ttrengtn was nearly equal, ''c." Extract -i the two vacancies the U. S.,':Senator,,,he
Rev. W. Edwards was continued, and D. I I Jacksonville
R. Kellogg di ontinued! !I Brnnswich-James Peeler, S. A, ilcCook, fell in Portugal the depth of h\'enty-tbree We! hazard nothing in saying that the supply friends who believed me elected, knowing Union Senators to the'vac nt place.ai'nad
It is a source of gratitude to Divine Providence Saltilla Mission T. J. Richards. feet on a level. that can be obtained from the present that i if there was a good election no subsequent the power do j and if they failed to elect t.
that the lives of all the preachers HolmesvUle Taylor. In 1754 and 1755 the winters were very crop \\"HI.at current rates Jail short of the proceedings could invalidate it, and to the six years' term corsmercing Mareb. 4, .
hue been spared through the past year.-i Irwin-W. C. Braddy. severe and cold. In England, the strongestale actual requirements'for the consumption of and that, by the Constitution, the Senate of 1853, he should call an:extra''wss m"of<)M '

They are all hearty and looking well, which I I Waresborough W. Harris. exposed to the air-in a glass, was covered the"world, and feel also, thafit is time that the United States, an impartial body, wouldbe Leg slahlre in'Felruary, 1853 for' t ax'ev* :
speaks much for the health of Florida and i Black Creek-J. H. M. Gardner with ice one-eighth of an inch.thick the Foreign view of the subject, namely that authorized to decide-and knowing, too, I pecial purpose'; and if they Ibtn,failed "b' ;
'I In the Elbe frozen to the bot that, in the present state of feeling existingat would take issue that
Territory represented by this Conference. A. Graham, Missionary to California. 1771 was the United States must .accept ten millions on point before thf
'I G. C. Clark tom. the time, and in the extraordinary con I people, and devote himself to that;'can via
i transferred
.A season rarely occurs and is never so to Georgia Conference of dollars Jess for a crop of ,2,400,000 a j
much appreciated, for mutual congratulation I and appointed to Newnau Circuit. In 1776 the Danube bore ice five fret 2,600.000 bales than for one of two millions, juncture of the relative strength of the two :"I have ?ail?lIt'naid he' 'and 1 would)aot .
and manifestation of a friendly regard as J. M. Valentine and J. W. Carlton left thick below Vienna. Vast numbers of the compelling the country, after remitting in addition sides (there being an exact tie in fadt Honss) take back one \vorJ. .As sure ;:"''there is ;
the season of an Annual 'Confe1'tnce'rhea $I without appointments on account of ill. feathered and finny tribes perished.The thereto her valuable securities in pay- no useful movement could be made there a God i in Heaven,'if firing V will -"- '*1 -

I tried friends meet after an absence of twelve health. winters 1774 and 1775 were uncommonly ment for importsto liquidate the remaining remained. quiescent. what I have uttered.1* -,-.; J I

month?, and the labor and privations of a E. L. T. Blab, appointed Agent of the severe. The' little Belt was frozen balances in specie, should be met on this To this the Sentinel adJ3: _ __ 1",1). 0

tORIu.e&e sear. I American Bible Society. over. side by a more j judicious 'course in the despatch Now, that was an extraordinarily,private The ]olicy or'the rnlen 'IIrP 't S.
I P. P. Smith, Agent Fletcher Institute, and From. 1800 to 1812.also, the winter were of the crop,which could be made to back door conversation> in which it wa From the**ftn (Go.:) ChrimiealaidSfmtaul.THE 4 1

TlirRsCAT Jan. 29, 1852. R. H. Luckey, Principal, Female Department remahbly.cold, particularly the latter, in turn the balances in'our favor. "claimed that Mr. Yulee was elected: and 'TRUi: POLICT.-\Ye ;have.:watcbed

The Conference met, Rev. Mr. Griffin in I Fletcher Institute. Russia, which proved BO disastrous to .the Suppose for one mOment that England occupied what renders it more remarkable, is the fact with some interest' them vemenU of:.parties

the chair,and was opened with prayer by I G French army. the position now held by the United that cot one of those.who advanced this alleged and party Ieader.% for, the. last few .weeJ i, '
Ru. W. C..llarrison. eaahltlgto'h States, in.relation. the production of. cot- l claim;demurred to going into another I and are more than ever convinced tbatilis:
-.1 The Committee on the Bible Cause made I From Stansbury's Recollections and An Origin of Text ton, and that she was aware that on oar voting-nof one! No protest was enkreJ alike the duty and interest of theUiiJoip n.
jtte"_.p. 'foHowin EefOJt 1 which was receIved I ecdotes of the"Presidents, we copy the' fol The taking ot aYttxt emsto have originated plies from her our people depended for- employment 'not even a- hint dropped, in either Hon! ty of Georgia, and indeed 'of t7nioa.inenjev.ih -
'wl adopted: lowing, embracing some criticisms upon representations with Ezra, who, accompanied by several and in fact that it effected the very that any fiend Mr.'Yulee thought thatan rvwhere to keep entirely aloof fromJj&s oW. ..
The Cosmittc on the Bible Cause ask 1 of the "Father of his country :" 1 Levrtes'in a public congregation of men' stability oar government* what. would' election bai already been made, and was Whi" and DemocratJc:organizbnbsoI$ 4 o
permission to submit the following ; i The country is full of likenesses of and \\"oment ascended a pulpit, opened ,the be her declaration 1 "Our 'price is fixed, therefore unwilling to go into another va'tiiI. Kortn-to enter i into ro alliance*,u ftOJ hold
report \Vajhiugtou; and yet, though they are, ,so book_ ,oftbe law; and. ,after addressing a. take it' leave it as you" please.1**"We may And this, too, while'the Presiding political fellowship"With'Uie", "
.:_ ? While.xre view with lively interest the : numerous anl executed ia every .different prayer' to "theDclty; to which the people not yet hue the capital in the country to Officer of each House was a'devoted friend aware that some of oar Sonthernflin. .
..rartoas,means that are now being used for said'"AhiEn"read in the l laVt God disttnetlyj .this. but of' Mr.Ynlee and doubtless listen have piirseed a difi rent .
: style, and by -all sorts of iiiistsi 1.b y all : enable ws'to assume position, we willing to -. friends ptlic4Dis- I
advancing moral and intellectual improyeroentof I I have M strong a general reSemblance, thatit and gave the 'S e, and caused Jherato arejewry.yeaj.approximating.jt;.a id. sooner ,to any suggestion ,inhis favor, which iegardiog lt_ !e es. R-N I
'th:w rld, we believe there'is none is scarce .possible to mistake for whom understand the r dizig." Previously to lhat or later the Banks of this' country will find could! in fairness,"claim'the slightest merit. bare in hot basteenterdntoa14nccsasd r
.0 well adapted to seen re the best interests : they were intended ; .a proof of two thugs ;. tithe Patriarchs.delivered, in J111btie as- that it is'llielr i interest to":aid 'in establishing! But all were stilL Nobody breathed a suggestion committed .themselves to men and-roeavirrtt
,mankind both for time AIM! .eternity as the 1 -First, that'Wasbingtori'sl ce was.sope- semblies, either prophecies or moral instructions and maintaininfir"not t aJiigh bat a full.. and rMr-Yulee' was elected. His at \1r.with an their formu 1nDCiPlt.i
., li em nation of the Bible. Therefore. Ketfblved. -. iuti r that its leading features could hardly for :the edification of the people. It remunerating price for cotton. best friends went into another voting without fessions, and aimsl: By.) :

'. r be 'missed ; 'and then, that the features was not until the return of the Jews from The sales jreported on Change were 1600 a question or a scruple and his best course,they havft.jforfeUeil therespect.aed' 4
lat. That we have entire confidence in of that countenance are engraveD ia ftace-: the Babylonish captivity,.during which period bales, without sufficient variation to authorize friends declared Mr. Mallory the duly elected confidence of all reflecting and pathouceo
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tthi'plan and operations of the American I ably on the minds: of the American people. thev had almost lost the language in any alteration in ourr variatipns of yesterday Senator. and materially' impaired"not; uttefly"jie-

"ftifVle &ciety, and pledge ourselves to a T/M/ ; aid of the J tatue.ry has also been invoked I. \"hich'the Pentateuch was written that it which we beretOiorOcontinae. The sixteenth "error" pointed out is the stroyed. their influence in all. bile to ,come. -
.ua' co-operation with its agent in forming in giving perpetuity to the records of became necessary to explain, as well as to allegation of Mr. lallorr.that. the twenty The man who'would have dared topredicl,
Uir ar)' Societies for collecting funds j a nation's roTh most distinguished read, the Scriptures to them: a practice adopted LMPar.T roa DEBT IN. RHODE Is- nine blank votes expressed dissent, and not twelve months 'ago, thatjZantoulasdres-

:and distributing Bibles in our bounds. ,I sculptors of the old world hare vied with. by Ezra, and since universally followed.In NIJ. The Senate of Rhode Island has passed assent To this-!Ir. Yulee replies, that as tonjving and other freesoilers of"fl"> *. ,
-iid. U'e most respectfully request President -I each oiher-ou so noble a theme. Houdbn, later times the books of Moses' were thus a bill for'the abolition of imprisonment the twenty-nine, with only two exceptions would' be associated witb the .fi .-*

*,* of oar Conference at its present sesykm -1 Cauova. Cbauntry, Capullano-to say nothing read in the synagogue every Sabbath .'day. :. for debt. and it only remains for: the Houseto were whigs it may reasonably be supposed the SoatV Tn deyislng party scbemes4o e. -
; to appoint Rev. E.L.T Blake Agent for I! of Caucbicbi, (an inferior name,) besides To this custom our Saviour conformed ; and, endorse it to become a lavr.. It is somewhat they were indifferent. That the (ate inters cure party ends"would have beeti 4Jq .

:. .the American Bible Society. our own Greenough, have employed their in a synagogue at Nazareth read a passage curious that one of the most.enli ht- indifference,and implies assent and it ought as a madman. ..Andyet isevenJKX..J .q ,
5 '.3d. Wi arnedly solicit brother Blake atiueb chifela on W hingtoJ's face find' form.-. from the prophet Isaiah ;: tbea closing the ened commo'nwealths of the Uni n'has not to,presumed, compliment to their intel But what.is worse. !tKau' .al al the fact, ,. ;.
time during the session of our eonferCBCC j But there lay at the threshold a great and book, returned,it to the priest and preachedfrom bCfo adopt d this reform *William Beach ligeme,- that they know the Iawand'thatat that there are some,in our/-awn.ranks'stlu
: as may test suit bis convenience to almost insurmountable difficulty,-. difficulty the' text. This custom which now prevails Lawrence, the Li ut. Governor has made a least one of the Whig voters assures him urge upon' the Union.party similar coane.' .
juzeeoithe-claiou of the. American Bible inherent in the subject itself. The Wash- 'all over the Christian world, was interrupted report on the subject which narrates several that be himself vras indifferent. The last Macpii Journal%31esten X%!vyxf I

... society to the congregation In the Metho- I ington that lives in the memory of his coun in the'dark ages when the ethics of cases of great hardship nnderthe old law. Now, Mr. Yulee need not be told, (for he ticular, strongly,recommerds the' C n-sUtw
'.disf Church in this place.Allof I trymen'especially that portion of them who Aristotle were read in. many. chorchw onSunday Of six perSons confined in a .aingl cell in knows very well) that the objection to him tional Union party of Georgia, tosei44elegates

whIch H repjwctfully; submitted, would be called, in the old worldthe common instead of the Holy Scriptures 'Providence, five were for debt under five by the Whigs'was:his course pa the compromise to the Baltimore ,Democratic...conveition. -
11. H. LUCKEY, ) rnm-tt is the leader of the American dollars;' and they bad been immured fromtwo' question. They believed him to fa be held in June out then and tier*
r, R, McK. TYOIXGS }J ee. armies people: be, wears a uniform and carries a SLAVERY'ADVOCATED BT ONE OF THE VIC weeks to fourwonths. A poor cripplewas entertain the extreme South Carolina.-views .to aid.in the.selection of'candidateifprJ- *-

CTbe } E. L..T. Blake then, addressed sword. True, he is as much honored, andas TIMS.-On Thursday evening last a colored lately arrested Infc the'same city, fora of this subject, and they were 4esirous that ident and Vice President., ,' j. ,.ii -.
*. the. Coa'erence, and presented tits claims justly, in the chaiacter: of oar first'President maR named Jones, for pome years a slave at debt of three"dollars':ant"' lv'e cents, just the State which had so recently declared for i Now .we humbly thaUhe.Unkjn faftv .
'and per4onsof the American Bible; Socie- but that scarce removes the difficulty; the ,South: give an account of his life, at as he was about 16 gVbni board an oyster the Union under compromise, should not of the South willbeguiliyofnosafoj-
for ;full 6uit of en'.s.clothes is almostas Lyceum Hall, South Bo ton. Supposing boat, where, by means of his remaining be misrepresented in the Senate of the" United ]IT'Ii, the first place'it has no in'yljatjen i r \
ty.no Wtflf. Kennedy. K. S.- Tucket J. P.; unsuited a to the of the sculptor that of course he- would speak against 'the limb, he hoped 1'earn,scanty livelihood.Tbevjivorsjt .States. .All this Air. Yulee knows justas that convention, and ber'delegate woiU bi'justly
purpose 'peculiarJnstitutiori of the South, several gen tisea 'debforl'can.be: put lois. to well as we do and .his expressions about viewed as interlopera and truwe
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Biehankoni, and R. 3JcK. Tjrding were cocked hatand boots. In this : : ;
> Elden ordeis. as a military tleraen who believe that slavery ;is thc greatest C"Qnfin him inj jaiU:unless;'indeed, he is'frau- the fatc'and their being presumed to tnow it, .and therefore nOl e titJed to eats/ 'A.Dd1iI,
.Delected lo dilemmatwo courses sented-Washangtoa of the curse ;in bur country, and that it should dulent and for persons of this description and no compliment to their !intelligence not the second'p1ace T6ven if;they"wereted : p i
the bead ; "
just as he appeared at troops abolished cost 'what it ; came forward imprisonment much like the ..chock- to participate In" its ddiberatiou.,: y
be
r it Faioir, 'an. .2 1852. and known throughoutthe may provision >,is made in all acts abolishing, to know it,look I very
.'* : and as'be was seen of and assisted paying the expenses of for debt. ro.permitary sis.for lings of a smart young cotnty court lawyer, wquld achieve no."valuablewas .J'.1ti' '
The Conference met, Rev. Mrl: Griffin in period of the Revolution in every part the Hall. debt under ordinary, circumstances 15 equally when he fancies be bas-immesbed an honest tbe.case in vlhe Congfpsifonalseauciu,

1..the Chair. Prayer by Rev. Wm Choice. the Union :-tbe other, to adopt.the the barbarism classical Much to their. surprise,,however, Jones useless, and erueL, Jn the. S.tates. woere blockhead In tbe'toHs of a legal quibble they'would!! be"yoted downandi1e&I.azvI. .
**< &er I P. P.-Smith, Conference Treasurer, 'costume' neglecting wholly former- took a different vieiy of the matter, applauding the abolition has taken place the best results In all the thousand and one ratings for Judicial fretted, arid crippledtb' pary "wiuLLbe
..madeJiis report which was received.'ThCominittee of more modern limes.- 'The Daniel Webster'for.. the'course he his have follovred H there, commonwealth officers which appear on the: Legislative weakened atbomeai&'ridicue&ibzo4perhaps I ,.
on Finance presented a.!course.was adopted by Houdon; and,accor- taken, and saying that the happiest parr of left in the UP! J1.,:where .imprisonment records, what canes .are there in which entirely broken}nnjanl scar3: .
"report, which was amended and adopted.On dingly, there stands; Washington, iu the capital hit life was when he was'a slaved Indeed, debt is'r allo wed..he r babarpus.Jaw cannot the word -"blank" was not pronounced many ., The true jiilxcypf.thcUnton pat .i* tomaiutaln
motion, the Conference then proceed- o( Richmond, stiff as a stake, with a be bad no objection Ux.returniiigto "pld Vir- be struckfrafli..the statutebook top.soon.Hunfs .- times 1 and is it to be supposed that any member i its present distinctive. organisation. ,-
? ell tothe election of a Board of Finance, high collared coat, military vest, boots, hat t ginny,"'and' thought the slaves of the South JJerd/41lt Magazine was indifferent to the result of these vital Suppose it,were not to be reptesenttdn ,
ea following persons were'elecit'd; I word and i ne. Teat hat, it is true, is not were much happier than many persons' "at and hotly contested elections ;They flier of the national conventibitake n ".J' 't

..i Ii. LUCKK1T: Chairman } 00 fats head, but.be'holds in his -hand avertable the North. This greatly excited several of REECE-- R t. .Di'King.-We" have Toted."blank"for, .th ;express, purposeof i no part in'nominating,"or eveia I.
S. P. ItlCIURDSOir, I marble caue- The execution is good, the contributors, and two or three gentlemen been favored'svjth'lhe following extract,of a consolidating dissentientstand ,awaiting a PresUentiaFcandidate.. }\X.91' : :
** *-'.p.- .n.SfJTJf -I r2 0 very part of the statue iVJxjghly.finished' ; arose endeavored refute Jones' statement Utter from ta&itmcrcanjentiemaniBAtbefl5WWII1 a'chance'to: push a favorite""candidate. pats influence at, iMWilPCpresrime itt' We""

." i:;. W..4&rn, -. $l ft i ';I is a perfect facsimile of di'esaben worn; *.. He however perseveredjn j .hiJI statements be'W.that Rer: :Dr trial' This, and to aoid complicityj' and ''lighten i ; not.Tbeidcatbat. .
and inanimate
:,. r-1E.I-l T..BLuE -( g.3yfN.ff.vmx but it was cold! ; sitfiv formal lit, till the close of the meeting stopped. (fv'r allege reviUng,of the ,P't cleIigio,) the labor.of'thelclerk, toejpbjects of vo- we sboufltation Ir4Itar..n: _
scan well be conceived. So at least : Boston'Eve."'Traveller: ; thou htb.: oeaolt was notyeltaowh ,blank not to .express indifference'; into !Uie: Bultimo-.e, A1, itt-.t. .
this dispute : bad place, tine .
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'VCrioic1 I ILiEv LW.a2D.7,"" -'-J'r--- -.4' -t : I- J ,, Ip coconvictIoiibckMld; and jn his better knowledge of Ae.L "'
"c ,' i'i ....s .. J ,. Uoud4n pi9. bl! 'A waa, compeiled, ,.Pjr.theiopnlar THE B S.1l'.1ILTU.-Louis NapoUpn maybe be ubjepted 1 n .5'1 pn 9.n ment. Yul e has1 advantage-u> only'roverthe ce SI :' ueJ!( : !c'.tcll ,1h 4iierest .
)7ao.Ptai- .' h.0'' requirement of the daJj (for he vraalerfafttie said tobeisope sense, the lega4sac} 'C s.S .. .1Mnr.is.Jec.--.7 151;::,:;Dr1ieg'&tti1orm ,I .Whigs,-but ovetrhiaowa, pariy-overall: l !topur worthy :con'.e."POIafJ"P"JGok. .

CotJ. MiULRIY$.. .:9 'I'. 7al1anassee.. .,; : tmTeiha knew'rVttshfijgton'perBQnaliy r' of f the'Eni6erbVNapoledn.'Hii! election the tho app ajfr- rpt tovetC o i f8' the Legislatures i Florida-j-over-almost! asratberQr4xoLc.1 No, IM-B JiolA': irno..
,T ,*>tafdo'rriolt&c&'to bS feelings, babts at'thii time?is d libtli1 intended by him to I decision ( iljat a ;ketki&r) 19,the; Areo-, the'judicial candidates :Vhose names have our..present organization and priaeiple i pre- .
r4rF TLOL ..1:,'1a41 soa.1.N ',. abandoning all that antiquity had taught By jth decree, or &en- pgos-wa540 ;"John Bull, twho ..respteVthe' Ol'lDtt..t 'will .
S IFtD. .nr* i'J ) ci MarssT Bonaparte dynasty.. : wa de y. the wdiid, i in gen ;we fancy.
"0. Brtrtmcaro;. ,J AK limto ,venerate, and,to admreJje; 'made a atus coasultam, which constitutedvapoleon I whet,it t j e. tJe .n w l1t"an ex- and his Parliament eceepted t; .-' maintain the latter. 22o r(Go.) Cottmri
.f.F4Bu1ICJr".rlt.Tam'a"l" 'new Statue Tor aVewiaMfnd a new people. Emperor -ia 801the"1'npiriat'ff. uccession6nV I UelitPCfClJby Ml.PUik2Thedf Dr., ,Whatever.the Senate may ormaynot40: It would, uwleol/ke neeJless'tdiHry.'afier .
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tjyVDttOK! J 'r. ? : 'Canova; bred'amid the classic form of \ris th 1 Iprescribed P ) .4 Kings 1a 1Jera;}wbepr9t4tSOT r8g.;. i i'D'tbRi business, (and we beh'evethey willdo" l the Info avowal of our nuraeht ,: ';%.
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The f the Committee }siljbe pubfcJisbed" Italy, andinspired-.b/: genius itbatr models might -t lineal heira; kni1, of' V.lst.'Tothe .. dat of &e.Unjye! ity/or J Q 'y.W'1> *:. right,) itJs certain'that;: Mr. Mallory is cordially approve.the; aitide.f btfr-EoiM a
( report "' muJate perhaps' ual. the hjghest '" not iejtliDibifiie Senator from this State- .
; in the order primogehitere.1 mainttined-tbat jcontrpversy. 'vas thrduly elected! cotemp rarE And'we; rejqWte pe'reervec.that
( ancient-, scorned }ne. thought of prod a- such jjrindsoi I Heuotea ftoa I elected according1 to* established and the of the U io
Uev'tbomas' Gardner, .late of the p ,:,-'Failing-these.. H> .sower *:)liBpfK5 fairly press -The Confereoce'.of:tbe' Methodist. ,Pro- cing'an'impersboatlon of the'great American of his brothers, as Napoleon might.designate, ma yJrepc 1'tter5 partculAry'.andocctisioELtU ;. well recognized'iisage. "Weihave' no, acquaintance those tUat;have the independence'tpeak.x .-
Florida sokier and age,:cooped 'ap'andrf.rtteredinthe'abominatioas and the heirs male of such son'or grandsdn P.II. syerabapdiOtfl4COmD1i, witk and no personal interest, : in. >QVate taking aVsimifcir o3ittoa>''jbeT n -
Charcbi pr.te&himeelLfoEadmi5t3 DIt".of: ,the of.a dress draws from the 8 SdrTo'JosepaBariajiriahd bis'1teiri, menus.iiQt 9l7,tfttitaJ11.f. ," iOn. .11 I I tne Iresult-:_ t.it is:a'duty that.as"one" 'of seems to be no affinity'among' lfertfae
ia1lin epnnet after csageof barbarians/ who-dclDoIiihe4;every .' i.-rf. \- JtT.;. -."r. .f..#.*'.. A V'**.Z- .lsqlO UtWU417P1':h ejid.tbe, .okIa.tct2tAon the'FI rid3 presswe;: should speak out in Quixotic%uggeMiaOs h ib*.journal f.Jft*-
ex- maie.
Rodst ;b'f liicopalCburch/and the Presdlirjf Officeivwas' 'ad- .work "of. beauty jtoat adorned: jjje South.of :4th t Failing r!tb .i!tO IIpIJ... !pon1 "-; ., the. faceotth..I4ib. ,"_,) behalf or wnat" we know to be tight* i iiP the njveraUhoagunbat printfleem tta'Ak..
\ tItJt ,. t ,: ( Europe; resolved tdatratlilsJieTOaSSle$15litr his beirspaIeeaCl.in tbejOrde'rjpf, proimilf ::.Enryb eJ zP.eli pl wta premises- g *. I fi '' .that It reptesentsih&tiew6 of Lhe olltietanz.: 4 i
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t1)e. Southern c'RbmVChavirig'ferhaps,1 surfeit geuiture; ;: : this I v cialr! If JYj !( T e ; f .. I ,at MilfedgtriJte; By the wapeakib(
Dr Wkbtwid! tOr0ii f of warriors and conquerors,) and.accordingly i' ."'The on of 'mpoleoirthe-Dukebf attorney in repJypke not more than "/ FrotheMbUe'AiiiertIser.. ; tbe'poiticta! 'at MrlW Y J h remia.. .
.C stian."Airocai.- *..presented. bic&'waa the.Report re- placed him ia a cqjrtfe,chair, vfUb-loga and' ReienstadvdJeil 3 32. "Josepb,'Ex.Kingof _fire King's'thinti d !eiteI t hive'Dotli to ,,'.j. : ,? mUluJppl: *** .1 I that some tyeats'ag; ,they inxe&to '

,"t -"I.; "Ira, IJHntt'ozi flI w ki d"P ti- sandals and an ancient stylnf and wIlting'' paii.tee,:ieMest,Brothel/jof i t'ajolean, &h.\f .t .hiS bodbr-at1.be ,cry'na.diw' : n i"irrb V g i'W' rt.p htc31lj, dictate toihe people of Georgia,what eo Mtherfehould .

'J rrdtthe Co imitte ,satiaf'aetorr table, in the act; as If would seem" ,"of giving .kDQwa&s Coqut 4e 5I1rvi1ti; rs"\ancJ. who yesi1ed -. aq4. ..:_nf1beDsa oD-,lIr.lDst' jinriiteI i State. ":Tw Dem6erati6-State pursue mfwence to iiia-. -
odi 4Iin-ThI ri 'Wi'eI''Yl1 laws Id the Dew pibfl ; JTh 4esigBwaBconsistent fOr m& '. wsfu'N'e' J r5eyd1e1'1Pt'Oin ''K '... m a..rU..., &OWCU.4orb.t. Conventions were held at'{Jackson OD}:the very qnestJon'faodwe'woiadsnrMre.: "{
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exhibit oMh 'Fmanwpaper. IwasJteepmg SJ..w s.J'-v: .Q- bl1bc-
; ia it parU5Hoere 'leavinghro'daofchterV h ,nil we lna.u noP fully suggest taosa now mseaJmonisbedby
CU510P sul Jan11toat I:1A
." It4,ae .eekly .5fO' abeets 8000 oaldjsiaitejU.tbebe6t l$ htbeoLthepresent t W.\fi'' JOOLthoottiU -,the ftteo/fther 1 q
aub ibesI ;- throughout; ibejhead jpM; L t-EX'-xm of fiolJandilbt lit d AffioE6J af JemQcrauc ConyenuoQ'to nominate. .
;: t .Ia J J'eJa.1a the I. atrialb'e.Jiad.and every onp.ueflt2.lacompaniameit Louis Napoleon. /. J4xk1; 4k4BUt1 otvcryangn.kpbrak iandidafe'fof'the'' Prestdencf; Tbe'ynjoiiC6pvenrtbtft66ksllte& tins prrdeeeteXBr vbo itraarelylged euka-
li""t9fb' ria }Da4 "4idt .d hail thevauthentic'6)amprolancienfflsage f oT $%*!$** 1wfodreoflt .W\i' J.b 'gol \ '. stand oh the l l'J t k.aa&uv'igaitlstiSecesiotrJ ,the'dehcBon/thataaefhufl .
PeYI l ( .n otij.t)1.Javr nd M Ibe fceitVorkViJf.ont dtjuitV Afterthe.escape: 1' oe1der 1'bf"'Lo t' anifubecsatfi iiittUafl'd,4III1TS &stricdathbkiegee Nnllifi-- mmand rand:the -, -

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_;__I._}_ >n to breakup the coalition between- j their own bands: and,''the: time is coming r-- of the:State. Even-the, Messenger'itself l!, at its merits until vrt-fnn categori eral Assembly. pissei:the following act re- mind, would be one resulting' I D i-

1 Abolitionists and fire and iiomif when titbtf abandon cherished iinder the D inferenceVbicK 'liait.the i one Sentinel-p.An but rather otherwisEIn ?
\. tbs eaters yen mus\, your, weifear, will hardly,UOnd to i itf:position]as questioned qaot .fte
,, : Bate Mr.Bucbx&n,the "Courier" remaiks principles, or'submiito .beonjracsedbjrbe !. weeeihat"4tste&tbr
31 1 "If we eupposed the editor of that paper. political very death men you\ have' aved* from/' present' *. I -the proposltipn, has:'reared. from, 10 have conY yed.-Nor xriire: novrialled Aci a.l; of'wlHaf S&t. lin, from 01 .
s
serious tbe Union > '
t41 I Rally in-urging upon party I should, it Major' -bow"detpry? 'T i its charge end pt poais' take_ up his abode upon lo enter the'hstben cede anJ ported a bi making an appropriation I
1'idicu. regret I '
and tnactfd.
of Georgia a course*o absurd SCCTIOM 1, Be it fa That the for erection of a
Tjf lou, we have no idea it would for a mo need not say-if, after long years of the I in Savannah, On Ihe other hand, the Legislative -I the extreme have both in"iI field Champions following .to-wit:. "An act to provide part te light .house o
indest'intercourse: it should become necessary ofwhfch ( d the respective at Sand Key, Florida.: The r appropriation
-. Brat be eerionsly entertained by any con caucus,tbe assembling we fully capable for the land granted t the State
44 "4vibIe number of its members., The tTni. for you and me totpart.but; there can noticed a wVekxrr two'since, passed .resolutions sectional interests at' stake, and 'eltciting the purs.of internal improvement," .ap- bribe,completion.of.!tbf .light,house p W'Key.
TM. ot the South, has too be no peace between me nnd"lhat faction and also "An act sir: Hamlin i emarked '{oat4
; on party we presume ; in theproposlttons''*of acts in a manner: which reason is best calcu- 'pr't 6,1847, toe
with civ conformity
"i .'. Httch telf respect to thrust it. e1f upon a body which sought to desolate the land to amend an act to provide for the sale of not sufficient Tint n
was entirely dar
liz without invitation, and exchange its cherished iI I war. If I were mean enough to seek a the Messenger, declaring it to be the "true lated 'to dilplay.Ve shall reply very the lands granted to the State for the pur- ; is D.

platform'npon which it has so nobly reconciliation, they would reject it. I had policy of the Convention which may assemble briflyto the questions propounded to .us, poses of internal improvement, approved a cargo of iron lying in i'1' YtJ it that

. ; -.Hud successfully fought the battles of the no incDnRide ble.agency in defeating their 'at the capital to send delegates to the and take occasion to.correct what appearto January 8, 1848,_be and the same are hereby place, and, there i no.money Department
Union, for the patched and dubious Bal- reasonable schemes, and they hale me the of both\ to freight and, charges .
the.gorernment
.3 up 'tolerate next Baltimore Democratic Convention, with be missappreKensions on part rpele. pay ;
""" with an Intensity which will not i
which it Southern .enacted That hereafter
illlote pitfall; into seems it further *
..' l' reeaters and !necewionisis and Northern even the semblance of a truce 'If your tent such instructions as it may be thought advisable our cotemporaries in'regard! to constitutional the sale internal improvement land. was consequently subject' to a daily

,' ., woolly-heads: and free oilerfl, are disposed i is pitched in that camp, we must. separate, and proper to give. Provided no points raised 'and the authority upon.which shall be made subject to all the rules, regulations chrgeof'detnurrage. The bill was ordered

to leap pell! 'mell. Our worthy lacon co. but let us separate as'friends who expect to intervening events should authorize a different the internal improvement lands are proposedto and restrIctions which are now or to be engrossed for a third. reading,. Theappropriation .
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C." 'letnporary may fancy such a meeting and meet again ; foi mark .the .pr diction unless, you course." Mr. Harris of Clark, and. be sold. We "already expressed our may hereafter be, imposed on the sale of is$5,000.
will be driven out from them
; but with the before among and school lands. "
iucbs lights now
greeting, seminary
d all ardent desire witness the completion of a Mr Bradbury introduced a. till nuila*.
of
the others this resolution binding
r 'p .. '- us, we must beg to excused from either. von consent to proscription your opposed .
riends in the ba'sis of throughout The seminary and school land laws- mpoftant alterations in the Jodlcial'systea''
f :. ." and 'become an instrument them to .improper course, and demanded great improvement any '
I : lands of those who cherish designs hostileto withdrawal while it was favored by of the State, and if we do not strenu- which according to this should regulate the of the United States. "a -

: \!/ 'Letter of Hon. Mr. demons-of the Union, and destructive of the peace, ; ously par urge others to embark in the proposed course of the Register-or one "of them The bill appropriating money to pajri the*
Messrs. Clark of Stewart 'Prior, Miller, and
.. Alabama. the happiness and tbe liberty of the'.repubIi" ,
'.: & : last instalment
". r' Merriwether, as containing "nothing which project, i is because of our own inability to passed December, 1848, reads a follows I : of the Mexican i indema.tyv

;'M I WASHINGTON, Jan. 28th1852.. Jam, dear Major, very truly. your friend., Constitutional Union party of do much in the way of a practical example.In An Act to provide for the sale'cf the sixteenth was received, having passed the House.W','
rJERE. CLEMENS.P. "constitutional sections, &c. was referred to the Committee Finance. .'
? "To Major William Fleming. : regard to question on
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F i Georgia to the na.tional'Democratic party, .
?:7 .. .1 Mr Drift MAJOR : Your letter of the 21st S.-As other friends may desire to Merriwether involved in the Central Railroad scheme," SECTION 1. Be it enacted tfc., That the Mr. Shields offered his amendment to*the .
other ; Mr. expressed -
>na as well RS- yourself, I any party. of Public Lands shall have the
opint Register
cnowiny
care
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resolutions before
.instant-reached'tne last -night, anJ! I shall and the seizure of the eight sections, we the Senate in relatiottilo:
Fhallselld.a this the Wasb1nJtonUnion. for Mr..Buchanan for
.of his
to and
"" copy preference management of all lands granted to the '
; proceedlo-answer it in"the same kind spirit .J. C. must Tran'kly'tell our neighbor that we have the Irish exilns disclaiming all i intention,ofc
.
Messenger State for the of schools whether :
/ iffVhtd it >was written.. You and I have Presidency, and we believe-the support public '
little interest,in it in his interfering with the internal affairs of Great
also choice. observed but except sixteenth sections or lands selected in
friends him
teen something more than ordinary; has indicated as its
',: land it would not become either of, us to with- : FLORIDA; BEPBUIUS. Thin and the other resolutions are reported own columns. The 4*principal reason" assigned lieu of sixteenth sections, and shall sell and Britain, but declaring c an opinion' .t'.i'rj. .

: mold from the other any opinions we may voices"i 'was the identical one advanced to us disposeof the same whenever in his opinionit would eement'the friendly relations extstiaf
"with few dissenting -
as-adopted is convenient to do the sale of said
: so-
-entertain. Yen say that I have been appointed whom between that country and he United Siat'ur.In
with conversed
few the .
by a we on
:., .. an elector (or the Mate at laree by JACKSON. VILLE-: probably with some such an assent as Mr. lands to be made subject to all the rules, re-
,* ; the Union convention recently held in MontN Tulee interprels'blank votes into. subject,and who are pretty largely embarked gulations and restrictions-which are now or the House of Representative oo-itbt

i;: gomery, and ask if this was co.ie with my Thursday, February 12, 185.2. We have only.to say, in connection with in the local enterprises to which we referred.At may be i imposed upon the sale of 28th,.the bill for paying the last .ii tall,

coniient. I never heard ot any such purpose the time we wrote neither 'did we seminar lands. of the Mexican indemnity, agreeably't oi
"OREIGIV' missions. these of the times that we see no reason perceive
signs .
Be jt further enacted, That the
mntil after it had been executed, and I doubt :
"Sif any member the convention had: thought The Rev. J. W. COOKE, Secretary and for any such course as that indicated by any marked anxie'.y on 'the Bay" proceeds of all sales of,school lndl and treaty at the close of the late' nf"N"

,;, J .of.it previous to the meeting in Montgomery. General Agent of the Foreign Missionary the Tesdlution,:an8 we are glad the editorial I. about protecting,the land fund from spolia all moneys belonging the mol bool passed. The instalment is to be'pfIn'tbicity
it. I should 'remarked that did fund, shall be !paul into Treasury of ahe of Mexico by Messrs. Howland! A A .
: You ask also if 1 intend to accept answer Society-of the Protestant Episcopal Church, exponents. 'f public sentiment in Georgia tion. .I we th *

,. ,.that depends upon c l'cum tan es. I has made a brief visit to East "Florida, and .give it but little favor. A! a policy it is, not assign 'a want of surplus capital as the State.SEc.3. Be it That all pinwnll, Baring, and Messrs., Corco'rao Ii
have not seen the resolutions ami- do not"know further enacted
what kind of platform they have erectn .preached tn ft. Augustine on Sunday the wethink, a bad one; and as it will be hardly sole' .reason that a single share of the stock laws requiring a separate account to be kept Biggs, of Washington. After a :ietreojf

ed. Moreover, it i is impossible to tell at this 16t inst., and in this place on the 8th inst., received with respect by the Democratic will not be taken here," buts the "principal with each township in relation to lands, and effort to change the mode of payment,by

n. time what course cirt: instincn5 will render in behalf of the cause of Foreign Missions. press-for tbe Savannah Georgian alreadyscoff's reason ;" and this we are compelled to all laws and parts of laws inconsistent with less responsible parties, and the discharge ofa

it for the Union mvn i-n Alabama to the provisions of this act, are hereby re- good deal-of harmless shot at tbe'-ifom
proper Collections were taken up on both occa. the idea and closes the door upon the think -will be the main cause of apathy until '
: jiursne. To fe effrctive, whatever we do ions.. the of which be the News succeeds in pealed. sides of Mr. Webster, this has been' d decide. -
.f ',bould be done in cnnjunctirn with; Georgia] proceeds are to appro Union men-we have no idea of appealingto convincing our peopleof

and MiS8i ipli., United, these three Slates iriated toward the China and African mis- them for the privilege of participation in the danger to their public interests, and HOW) upon as the most aifvanta:eoas nan ui U

can control the presidential election ; anti I ions. their doings. As for controlling their proceedings consigning, as a just reward, the Tallahas- The News, in a very complacent notice of which the United States can. raake'tbe pay

4' doubt not this fact will soon become so ap-. DUVAL. l'JlLITI.CLADIS.. or "blowing the Convention to seans and their railroad io tbe tomb-of the the late Democratic gathering Washing ment. The negotiators 'pay the Covert'

.'. ,"' parent as to upon induce common attempts basis.to effect We an will organization These claims advanced so far towards KUCe&ful atoms," we would rather leave it and its Caulets. ton, s.Ing itself the 'Democratic National ment 3 per cent. o 1 the amount.ot '
then be in a |)iosition' to secure any just demand -.I passage in the House of Represen ,acts to"be passed upon by the people, and The constitutional question o this Tail- Committee, remarked stalment.

made by the South,without wac,with- atrves on the- Oth .ult., as to have the bill the'C nstitutional Union men put forth before toad scheme :" Our neighbor's great con. "Every State in the Union was represent The House on the 29th, appropriate!

.''out bloodshed and wjlbout disunIon; for no for their payment read twice, and referred to the country a platform such as their stitutional objection, advanced in his rejoinder ed in the Commitees and the utmost harmony 6,000 for the relief of tbe American prisoners .
dare nominate candidate! 'with the
t;'?. Certainty party of having our a votes cast against the Committee; of the Whole,.and made Ihe more legitimate principles would enable to the Sentinel, is to the application taken 'in the Cuban expedition- with

., ihim. In that case I shall certainly accept order fur the following day. them to frame and to carry through In tri- ofState moneys .at all to internal improvement All --represented 1 How loffa and Tex an amendment that nothing in the. act- .wa, *
ifie nomination for elector! and devote whatever as-the States whence the famed Greer and to be construed Into an approbation of 1".
t. We hare been enabled to ascertain the umph. The Alabama Union Convention purposes. He asks, -"I it not expressly .

.-.;' energy I possess to the cause. exact position of these militia claims hereto. have taken the true greand m eschewingboth forbidden (in the Constitution) to the Donaldson, of "correspondence" memory, conduct of people of tbe-United State--
which ;
1. .: There are other contingencies in fore before and 'take the the old and to raise taxes for the hailed-were found unrepresented in the terfering in'the affairs of'Cuba. This, and
t" _you will wish to know what my action will 'Congress, we occa. parties, m recommending a Legislature any except '
I. be., If General Cast, or any other democratnnUrnished ion of announcing their promising attitude Union Convention assemble at Washing necessary support .-of the Government ?" Committee, and-"the Committee"filed the the saving chance in regard to Ireland,,would

:1. r: by free-soil or secession here- at present, to correct one or two 'statements ton. Members of both parties in Congressare The eleventh artiole of the Constitution also vacancies themselves. That is the way two indicate that Congress is disposed to"keep a
".ies receives tbe nomination at Baltimore, I of the States the tight rein the intervention steeL
rroneoiuly made by our cotemporary of the now arranging for a becoming celebration thus reads: were "represented, and on

-.:. *tbe ball U support whigs him of;the and South so, ,I unless believe, indeed, will, News in referring to them some:weeks ago. of the birthday of the Father of -bin Public Domain .and Interval Improvement. whole Committee was a fragment d the In the Senrte' on the 30tb, Mr. BradVtr?

: ". they, have presented to them a man of ?h..ir',11 If we mistake'not it was stated Lat a bill to country en the 22d February-and the ostra- 1. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly exploded machinery o the Baltimore Convention banted a resohitkm inquiring whether

:- *party equally unobjectionable. If any I !}- these companies had twice 'passed the cism of such men as Webster and Fillmoreby to provide for the prevention of of 1848, the elements 0 which legislation is necessary to'protect passengers

.. man who owes bis selection to freesoil or ; Senate, and that our present Representativehad tbe wing of Northern Abolition Whigs, waste and damage of the public lands now have been since sundered upon fundamental from imposition by tbe -owners of Steam
recession rnfiuences' is nominated, I shall I. possessed, or that may hereafter be to of boats
I. cde topics discnssToR wide'apart as the plying between the Atlantic potto and
faied! to than favorable and repudiation of Democrats by Locofoco a
not' support him, no matter what personal get more a. report the Territory or State of Florida; may
: sacrifice it may entail. from a Committee, though he had bad Freesoilers, together with the defection of pass laws for the sale of any part or portion poles. Can they amalgamate ? Califernia. It is allege that the feott*car'

: 1 have now stated to yon my position free- the subject in hand four years. Mr. Levy, such men as Baily of Va. and Clemens'of thereof; and in such case provide for the ry too many passengers, that the fare.i"""de

: y and frankly. Let me refer as frankly to .as Delegate, had them in band more than Alabama from the extreme settionalists of safety, security, and appropriation of the Mu.naar.-An.. effort has been fo sometime ficient, poor and unwholesome; andy ,tiuk
'yourown: }ou are an old Jackson demo- proceeds. in among a number of the treatment of passengers, vea the eSek
the well the fend logB CU ;
four during which time a was South, as as existing 2. A liberal of internal
report
young organize a new tbe officers and b aidlathe
by crew
f. franittion-a warm admirer of his farewell made and that against them-a fact not gen between the organ of Jacksonism and that being essential. to the development *
t !Address. Has it not occurred to you that erally knowA. Mr Brockenbrough could I of Secession at Washington-these things of the resources of the country, shall be encouraged Military Light Infantry Corps. On Wednesday extreme. I

:. rjfou have recently been found in strange favorable for the by the Government of this ) tate, the 4th, they made their first parade The House bill for the relief of the Ca-
do with them. angaries
nothing Mr. Cabell obtainedtwo present regenera-
i. ," company! and it shall be the duty of the General I Assembly under Capt. Godden. Though few in num- ban prisoners taken to Spain! was'nitktie
,
,. "." In the resolutions of he lIO.calIed democratie favorable reports upon them-one from of parties, and the establishment: of a party as soon a paible to ascertain ber at present they bid fair to swell their first and second- time* and 'referred. -taw j* f*

... : convention, especial pains were taken he last Congress and one from the preced- pledged to preserve tbe pure spirit 'of the by !law proper nt in re .
S -to omit aU mention even of the name of the Republic. AVe are opposed to the Constitu-lation to rads canals, and navigable rank a respectable strength. Their discipline Committee on Foreign.Relations! .<.

i *Sage of the Hermitage. Not one of his acts ing.We to these facts overdo al Uai n men holding themselves in waitingto streams to for a suitable application and exercise is now good, effected by A question came up upon pa}ing interest
not to
recur
.'% is mentioned with approbation: not one of of such funds as_may be appropriated tbe experience o their Captain in former on a claim of one Ira day, upon"whica1
: .bis opinions is endorsed. If yon shoald be astice to Mr. Cabell, or in en unsatisfied see which of tbe two national parties presents for internal improvements.This military companies. The Company is lengthy discussion arose the bill for th're-
Iou for the omission mood toward the News \ candidate most agreeable to their style ;
*ta y to account you after its own voluntary would to have
appear contemplated the Jacksonville Guards. .
lure only'to look to the constitution of tbe correction of error on the subject, but principles, as it would be only putting their aid by the State to works of internal improvement body of which, to my regret, von were a pal!, "together with the interest thereon froa
that in small to the highest bidder. Let our
well
simply natters as large support up IN CONGRKSS.
; '*$" democratic elector a gentleman who opcosed there may be an i instance of history cor policy be avowed as independent.. Let us by the donations public land-a source On the 26th ult. Underwood addressedthe TJkHi
o moved to strike out tbe latter words.
',, the removal of the denosites, opposed rected." hold our own Convention. and nominate our from which the bin Senate in opposition to the bill granting
objectionable
; the sub-treasury, and at thelast- election re candidate, trusting to the to .ln e being a question ot much interest; to' Florida
: own
country of
right and of landto
UBKTIKG AT OCALA. to the for the and two- way making a
th grant
'fused to vote for Gen. Cass. Of the three that lustration- which Nn lok one.thir Mr. Mallory took occasion to express
delegates to the National Convention, all By a paper of a subscriber to the Ocala perform patriotic accesion t the private subscriptions.We the State of Iowa, in aid of the construction .
ffb himself the.poiQt. He'said the rtfflfjal
:are believers in the right of secession. In Conservator, we perceived that the Union would be effected in sweeping away the are free to confess our belief that the 'o certain Railroads in that State. Mr. upon hat

the second district a secessionist is made elcclor J party bad held their meeting and appointedelegates'to desperate cabals of party for power and sale of the eight sections appropriated for U. also offered an amendment apportioninga to pay interest upon gorernmet deb ,
and three secessionists the delegates. Events show whether grown up not from any act of Congress*bvt.
are place. must early
4 Tallahassee. We intended to the location of a seat of government was a share of the pablic domain among the old
tIn the third district the same thing has been from the mere construction of the clerks:iatne
chimerical
I the proceedings but our of the this is ; and if there prove to bea violation the States-such lands to be located by the Governors -
t .a ne. In the fourth district a secessionist is copy copy of intent, o.the grant} because Departments ; Congress has.frequently -
'an'elector,two of the delegates are secession'istst Conservator containing them has not cometo cement which can, after all, re-unite the Congress had made the same donation pre of the States respectively lo which the construction'of ".Departawnts .
4 beyond "the
arid so I believe U the other, but I do I hand and the so-called Democracy into solid phalanx, and landto gone ,
subscriber's, paper we saw viously to new States, and in most instancesthe they are granted oat o any surveyed aDd interest. *.
"not know: opinions In the sixth district forced back their old issues paid
has been mislaid. Suffice it, however, to parties are upon location of the the lands which no pre-emption attaches or which
''there. one secession delegate. In the sen,1b capital upon Upon tbe ordering of the yeas and uJ-
that there is a body of men in Marion our course is clear and chosen. We shall not have been reserved from sale
: by
HP district the'elector! and all the dele- say was expressly stipulated. But at any,rate may on the question, no ;voted. Mr.
?- '(tt iare secessionists. When I use the Determined! to complete the work they begun struggle for the amalgamation of the Whig r the sale was provided for by the Legislature law or proclamation. Lands in California, Cass and Mr. Norris quorum of New Haaipshirt

word secessionist, I mean a believer in the as far as their county is conierned. .Of party, and for a triumph upon what we believe shortly after the was made and New Mexico, Utah, and Oregon are excepted -
grant ; perhaps voted-and the of ia-
; Hjhtof secession right which anJ J I'den'f. i their true principles. subsequently payment
you from indications
course, present they do not would be from this distribution.
.well the
to vote
very ,:see ,
; and which all the of tbe republic terest was refused- 17, 15.Jn .
sages I yeas nays '
expect the proposed convention will meet in thereon before On the 28th Mr. Mangum presented a
have denied before us. It is not surpris- II I. "Aai la tort this U ate principal nuoa why saddling tb measure ,upon the House vf Representatives, the eon
J .''for that such a body should have avoided Tallahassee ; but their alertness for the workof little stock will be taken here, and little Interest the hacks of tb Tallahassee regency.' It memorial of Wm. Newbold, Marshal in
sideration of the bills before
: 1 mention of the name of Andrew J3cksollI.with.as the future is displayed in preserving their manifested in the scheme, however much we nay that Commissioner i Young the North Carolina, asking compensation for two ibatbo47for -
dilate upon questions of Motional interest or con appear 0 the assignment bounty J land wsIraxitewas
d4 ; much would avoid thef&ii'if
care as they
The other counties is the in the late
organization. as stitutionality. General. Land Office, declined .to approvethe seri taking census. and
the rattlesnake. I observe also postponed, reports from Committees
'that you were not without a small leaven of case with our own, appear disposed a little We quote the above sentence from the locations originally made under this act, Mr. Cass presented resolutions o a meet. were received. Among them a bill pr

'whiggerr i recession whigs of course-tha longer to pursue the watch-and-wait policy; Florida Republican of the 5th inst. Does parcelling the sections separately, on the ing in Detroit, which he said was presided was
for the of certain,'
being the only mantle wltich in the opinion even though a few who cling to the. skirtsof our neighbor mean to say, that then is little ground that the selection should be made in over by the Governor of the State, urgingthe viding payment military
S
interest felt bereft about the constitutional that til
companies were engaged durmf *
: tof the Convention, was broad enough to eo.yer -
: the. co-called Democracy are trying to and the of the. resolution before Congress -
e ;. 'every sin. Admirable exponents these question involved in this Central Railroad one"body, capitol erected thereon ; passage Florida war-being the Bash PricXandSa-

!.. : of Jackson 'democracy] drum up their forces for a State conven scheme 1 or that connected with' the Unconstitutional but Commissioner Butterfield, I ttpois ( representation authorizing the government of the Companies. It was read the''first
'I have no wish to deny that the conven- tion. The especial organ of the East 'seizure of the eight sections of cf the reversed this decision United States to intercede with that of En- warrez

". ;lion contained many good and true democrats proposed the first Monday in. May as the land granted by Congress" for fixing the and land has c1 been pat up for sale gland for the release of the Irish exiles. and second time. -.r> 4, .
seat of Government! Is there no anxiety th the bills resting
Among reported was one
well and decided rends of the
<.m* as warm :
: time (or holding the Democratic Couveation to )liquidate debt due the' The resolutions were supported by Mr.
felt "here" to the land' fund front incH upon present
protect
:
Umpb; ; but they were in a lean minority a pension' the widow of. 'Gen. Worth,
J i"And gar* no color to iu proceedings. It bat after comparing notes with certain cor spoliation by one section of the State f and Mat'of gov rnment.Our. neighbor bj k Cass and Mr.Hale, and disapproved by Mr. to which offered 'ndm'aj

3 was never intended they should. The thing! respondents of the Floridian,jumps to the the Stale itself from the consequences of be. the words I representation of the case" have Butler of S..C. and Mr. Shields, as couched was as. .an
stockholder la this rail-road j joint resolution directing the.Secretary; of
r.OrigiMledcnder recession auspices, and iu third Monday in April. Things will : coming' a corporation \rorld of meaning, and be asks Sentinef in offensive. terms to the English govern '
T We hope our neighbor will give tb' the Interior the, of X
to
fruits such hare been place name
7 are as might conjeetnred. -
rigtt.for the Union party. us candid I.ns\eri to these important ques (who'w should 'hav said use of Ent.R defining an improper policy for the
mae Worth the Pension roll the l
II on at rat *
W14 You say that the democratic party is now GEORGIA MOVEMEVTS. tions. He is right in ,saying r ."There is them):\{JFio,made the representations that S.t a not calculated to effect the desired .'/ .
$30 month for five and ,that te
hardly existing such'a thing as a feeling; mollified the Hon. :bject. Judge expressed his per years,
;ompletely reorganized. I did not know We have not been aa inattentive observer Commissioner, and what t.er'
., that the democratic had kio against! this '.road.4' There is no feelingagainst sympathy for the !'and. the case of her marriage or death,\the :peaaiom
.
party proper are J they 1" '"The Sentinel did not suggested
of the which have of ,late nie'
developments have added
A"few restless the road .but hemgbt! be paid for a certain time to the ehildreil'lttfGen.
I, ndisorganized. : cpirits duing .anl .to::this i impertinent proper course. .to. "The resolu1 -
taken the and legislators that there rs, ought to bVa strong feeling reply -question-a \ '
place *
:
r.d. last summer set up fale gods and trieJ among press vr ) + v f Worth, if he left any, payment to J'be
t the mode which It evidently silence. observed ,tions of the Detroit meeting were not,fur-
against by deep .was Perhaps
: t.ttoxempel the rest of us to wprbhip. them of Georgia. The Macon Journal If Metsen* & made under certain reMrictions. B
ben lbe elections the intended to entangle Ihe State, with. this this representation ", after ther-con djed, not. being addressed to the : '
x iy : August dissipated was
f. ; ; ger one of the !leading rgiscif the Constitutional j. al merely the '*$
sod to 'the whole to the Committee of Whofc
'.mental mist which surrounded incorporation appropriat Senate: ._
:r : by they were of favored the copies of the joint resolution of the Legislature \ pi.
.Union meat has late
more
t; | 4hey faitnd it u> their interest to indulge in J land fund fOf'it'as. eempor'.ia'mike ; 'MVivlallory asked' that the"' and The Committee'on Road and Caaalf[in*
l .of 1847 which petition
,
the call of. the.Union Convention -Georgia snpposesthat .December was
." lamentations over the distracted stale of'lhdemoctauc i ; ported bills for,tbe i improvement of'tbjt Arkansas
I part), and tried to obtain credit to send'delegates to the Democratic Convention of*'the stock will not be.taken forwarded p certified, to...our Sena papers of John P. 'DIYl asking for. pii river the Ohio belOwti! 1'\-
,1orpUio1isiisbyioud professions of here, 'is because:we liave nothing'&:spare Lora Representative and acting Governor in 183S '
auzietyI. ; to be held 1 In Baltimore: j It recommendsthis and Congress,: Flrida Louisville and the Missouri'dvi.N1uofBinRousgM \
for.ine welfare uf which ha IrDI orcther hreltments. The reason is ) from the files! of the Senate ,
a party no one because' never was lost sight of.by be'withdrwf ,
: p .course 'J prptesezs to. believe probably ,
be told because
jojunid but theaiseUvs.;. It was thus that ; ought to plainly- we the Committee !: C4'gave 10
t': .Joll.aocl others were drawn .into. this rear the northern Democratic-.party, ,m erit. the opposed to Centralization railroads' -weart'oppbted them a Mr. BtUterfielcTs' incoming 1 office. ,re t9: on Military notice of the following bills-< -,;!

: "gni.aZion scheme which means, in":plain confidence of-the South more than the'nor.' ,to. unconstitutional .harterandware' The legislature! ," expressly' ;de :Mr' Aflr.wiu agreed, to. :A bill to revive and continue in fore.feraJimited
tile control of ihe State .tionuUv strongly opposed to being construction,' said i it emorjal.from various t assistant ,- .
'(! .;ktjlish, giring them Whigs although ,the, JUtaenger ,i is r Youngjs; virtually annulled time the '
# The action of that con 1 unceremoniously, 4epriYe of 'o ale I the and closed marshals_ praying' additional, compensationforstaking provisions of an Id'.s.
by _
hardly ,t logical, after this,admission, in thepicture requesting J -
ernt '
; t ntio baa done 10 .destroy the demo.iagipnj in the public laneU,'wJih faney we > live to suspended entries o( pablAJso J )Ia ;
;:;:.* more We the seventh census _
,of 'the heterogeneous, elements to know how to use for the J onr" Se atO. and RepresenttiY"in Congress weref on urn- :
p
: ,. Ulan all other pauses combined o\Dian Jb : ,, a bill legalize. ce'rUia 1flpublic
iioaofMr.DOwniiCferrC4
1 benefitas well those to' their best exertions obtain i the -
as .
Its Convention which it use t
.people were not.represented. acLOa4oes compose 'presents "ouJlind mnt.teon.Cli. '
) : land in the. State of Florida fl
) not, reflect ihe popular.will; and i aid its injunction i .to ,the Union party of ,ly.' .relieve. ut. ;6f the txouU*.,. ;; the passage.of: ,an act of' .Congress,declaratory w : authorize 'and

I bu.an appeal is' taken to them, asU will Georgia;'as a
.; : _d.a.ba1l Le, the .cobweb tand* woven; b.wirepallers I end delegates there.to blow to atoms the which the Race irta.t..1 inter rant and allow the location of e of'Mr.1\lorton'discharged, 'from"the furtherconiideration ,of the public I )landi ,in.. w
about : >
e.1*| '? into a:thousand>Momtgomerrillat.uapped pieces., Do mingled components of'Freesoil an4 ;'Secession. rogaJories,'t hy; li'I fanli; : .bp section*;: 6f (arid.without 1'restriction;: to of tbe petition of Gad rHucaphreys Florida, now..occupied' byjihe ,\.eiD ::1aJ
and brother .t
i '. :.1.409bt iliul Take yonr.own: caw, and .: This is the drift.of an'artielf:from '.tti: the ; Central.' '*'!| $f t tidi.t- udjUUneu. "ih.oth.is. ._ and said petition was referred, -to. h dians' -' .purposes'c ; ". p (rr..ttjlL. "t

"W_ _yjMi; W all.kindoets, wbaf'riht ,tb*JIusingtrlvrtitb we' have 'not-yet3'in : P.- t t'r. ,. M if. .--by suchofficial'eon- Cittee cIIiIitzryAfairs'Tbkte ; 'me!It iijh Mri'PartiI

: ", .=r*have action Jo'pledge 0f :ju.sb')j ladison a :bodyl county, 'None to I. type: bn'wnicb;,wVsnalltjwblish; 'In ili. sth-we.ken 'usfpia\ \> oar. traction 'the said''grant.*' t ::1_. !"' 1 : > !.resuied the consideration, :'' ofIr.Foqt'S by'g the; biOI"

"T.y6adidflot.flectJtbssentiments j iof.onesalofyoorxxin mean time -we gl"piau"to:.extracts.'IfflI' J 1 t'ijtbattheriiulsers, bat little eapinderUklpge -" :V 'Or'toimpw1.of; the 'Stntinej fquoie Cmpf resolutions.it .. for three mortal:et.nt,t.-.c
.
,.1 itufnts., i=.'willing.to two other prominent papers in, Georgia, the Itax, *!-O'::: ;>41.'trom, i.tbosi,). ,inwhichi as l of> >the" Wrj'ofat Mr'-Diviseddrefsed the:Senate. atsomeiengthj withy a of bleeding the.brain' phrenoIogyjrthe which was Ufr-kiti*

-v Jbctiet --4.io btlieTe-rrthat.jro.1! and, other. &uuita'ckronWsJonwCourie; '4.'t&nff _an4.ttb! ourbuAernen are skezdjenpged, under whteti'thesXUgister b .. und vMt8W.i':,MdUe and Maagum shire' ,. ttcealtilyattoppagtottlieJeftventilatofoftJwte**

liUflieo; men acted from the best (JUoti, .;. J 'which .iU'.btl' "DR.4 m. the 6to1.hichJs:1o :c.ertsi ia 1Indmithei&aIerthfr f internal lands of anrd1e also'exprtlscd their intention of''' speakingfc'tbe ,
improvement of'ft
only the good o/ .the !!,. -" "f .. .,: I : ,sct j This gave mean .inflamation baait,
*,:fc4owjon whieh joojht are attithed:>fiat Lake par.my qence4ou4ou; !'first, d-I'Ii',,, -1.i ', W : : means to jJOwtWypti*. .BYJh. :tat of;J 847, (p':83. declared }sabjfcct.:: rbe Jattefc gent1emaxex. and now IWelck with the chisrofom'nwr-
>
frto you ot I anbu's tbit.:, .''1miroemedtian4ishalibe prmed hispnrpose ofjgettingi rid, .ii1 isuchbethe bae. There U no blessin'like that f"
Vrerd for it, yoo!will ooa ,1MlyOUhLYS on rmly dissent from'the,recontme diUons> "proe6f jNi fcad"Bo.idea, '

fy fif.Wogth to a desperate Action, and tb'Nuuagtr .'ati.1t.>.ppeari (o' Us the ilr b'Uw dis aUwahich. bar finrt offered *tpl1blic'.QetioD! after e nw of theSinatpf any'fartherWnBUeratioa particularly b ", a r I

4armVipN. in ?yow boeoo. For .pa CM; \ a limikr' reception' 'hu/'beeh'; ol."pp: mloutly. otere4 bIb',with. tbt'mntf notice over the'' 1141'the ( of :the 'jEUtttn, ,He" thought -;i"P

S ,.'ie4 ia.repociblt., Jew ot positions youbanbeen' but they Z.in'1ts'l&1m 'i pr>-' -* ''iV dingeby, .nearly* the the.fittttwrf. on ibe' e idrqiteddels ies'of tbibt hlcf b11wn'!:' 1<. ... r; ",the debftejWbollyr,: .i-.fath1_vtA....if._'it, ;pro" dou' Gonrnor Alberti, who .had..n.bttp.. CPAT'q.

Jlltai tie pontrol of everythiog io whole remaining Constitutional;Union:preas .Tallahassee; having hut little .rrt 6 than ta, anuan'I 1051, the Gen- ducid the elcct upn, the public kidnapping. '


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for tha year 185l fol- rNDu8, ts ________.' UBSCRIBER:mpnrfuir/Worms the LURE1N PwtL
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: 'i.. : r .bsiing'meointiy "epe_ STR1.kr aa ;
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I n.1 general that this House .r
will be ally 5tl.eI.Ne.
: thabtre Hnse .w YerLn..
Strict aUratioh Hl>e given to taesale'oTCottoa ,..Jicf..t.he I5IOUIIV _i v pre Uedrthe .bfBoard- evs omtentl4eitmynd., .Desdahifoy.wirdat'tcns sad shift. I Iith
receaf.y in5 deatreyd 111 1ft) ,or other produce,aad liberaladvaaees mad m at tau tipe lIGiGadntoais.nomt patrvng alU1eJIGoue"nere i ny-K! "'Iday.of*Oetobr next,-having I BICU' -'
% vessels. When desired. ,. : -_ ,> I .Vera.r-Uasaiaewith 1IIIIi6CnpieL about five hundred feet CroAI"WitIJ piataas in front APE.GA2IL" .
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fire !
MilI ahlpped 1 51,000 JOHN W.C. LOUD P.H.LOUD. I fa within one tondred places. Tk His* aua tear.1It tar itas cwaforUkharatrr IXEVEtf SAFES'BTdiflereat ; rl iitJ" ,
I ,Jan.22, 1852. ., Office and..- The-and&,/.arc1i of the'Pbst iatheSoata; and win Wahle aeoonuaodate I w their cot teatat TUSafesttad *j"Ca. -.a.-
: for GetuScett's four horse smdenigBed Is.Aswt; over one hundred aad fifty peneae.tJIe. weald i .defied the Cameand broorhtoat fir.. 4
Coach ,
from JaelueoTlUe, ''M r litl' Sale. ] Flack Mail lines,both leavingfor Ocala aad'two horse a1'm.t'e p&rdcal&1ol' !,to.UIowiaitiu the.roa.Ua w ithout a mark ol"re"llph" 1" < ,- .
)let 11' Forlllrtb semiweekof rWbi 1 &l cI"Che lleaelt of our.deliglrtfut c1Jmate 111{. GILDEftt'S '! '
; VIRTUE of writ of P&rticulara apply at he baa bad .E
[ a 6ri.facias lsled sire to their
; ;
& Co.,to Feb. 6lb, 1862-- BY from the District Court of theTJnitcd StaWsfbrthe i tU'I&aboaTWe- RepWilieaa and Neft. 11&1 m 'hiurr&1l ta especial U mike eolZat'ort mlTbllia&D, 'Tn'iu! isMessrs. J'uidi i 'D"Ji sTi:; T.:' 4 *
6 bales
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short staple. Northern District of Florida and to the 1 Pala.tb"January 8 1852.IfLiiND lAMESB.ASKEW.. g him .e< mae and well eared for. Niw Yczz c.21!: '' '., !
Marshal said te. .
: bale Sea Is- district directed and to me delivered TheT.Th'Ii.l4eotage AgsncyU at this
> wherein John J. McCarter and Thomas! P. ; House. STEAKS* and JHAavj;. rueeescont.IJ,

IeUODto Feb. 9,1852- Allen copartners tinder the name and style'of I L I o 'F lillif SA JnjEL 'BUFF( GTON.' Rita fc Co., A'o. 14G WaterSlrcct,\ **,*.
McCarter & Allen are plaintiffs and Elijah Mat- Sept. 18 1851. Sims, when the Ire was eonwtoicg mypUeffcf* .
-6ni.
toz iI defendant I will sell before the Court louse 1 Classical .PSOPRIETCR. Business No. 216, Pearl Street, 1 was alwesl Ja 4
door in the town of Alligator on the first Mondayn and English Institute -- KeussUer County, testing a new cleaning app>_

fr I March next between the usual hours ot sale, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Hardware, Direct Importation.fff ratns in connection with my Kxeebiw Thrasher, .
the following described property,tb wit: Lot No. ;Subscribers and did not read the account meW was fearfal i*
two in the _N.P.BRO.WNJPrlncipaK are daIly receiving "direct was too late to eave my book wish .
town o; Alligator,containing one acre M. from the JJaanfiietoriesia'Enrope.a' "ere lace4
". of land lot number three in the com ia one of your safes, purchased fzcmJv.3f.jome
town
same containing mIlE. SUBSCRIBER plete assortment of HARDWARE
one acre of land; and the north half of lot JL experience in having had several ye&rl tie.;which will be'sold ou reasonable, CUTLER terms. s yean ao.. My fears.... net allayed...
B number eleven in the same town containing, half his School teaching, has concluded to establish "''STROlUiCKER EUBAN-K.- I fouftd U B\cesrary nponijiy retorattafprv the I
an acre of land. Also eighty acres of land with in tbU place, and rnp-etl'al1 135 Croton Water 401ionr, before 1 t
the Meeting St.
invites public to call and test its opposite Charleston HoteL
merits. commence operations
tee buildings and improvements thereon adjoining It will be his Constant effort to cultivate the Charleston. Nor.. 14,, Id61... 20 4w. hours of labor and ;
aPl
the town of known the
Alligator and as southwest -
Headship and esteem of his pupils; and to iastil minder from iu ashy\
of the south-east
L of
section
= quarter quarter those principles which tend to develop the human 'Jantod-t. WI''''b7 the month or yearS anxiety during this
twenty-nine, towmship ,three, range seventeen intellect and to refine the heart. V V or 10 able bodied hands white
> or colored. prise opening the
3 south and east, and the south-east of the upon
: south-west quarter of.the same section quarter, township Without beir'g m the least sectarian, the Insti For such good wages will be given and prompt number of gentlemen, & }
Lute will be conducted pnyinsured. ALSO.-
on religions principles. pen saved. and as
and ,levied the of
on as property said defen
Oak dant.range Alligator, January 9. 1852. By a most thorough system of reviews and examinations For leOn accommodating terms, a Brick the fire. The intense
'. JOHN T. JLIY/ZICK which experience suggested, the Yard with its fixtures, a number of eligible build- subjected, can be coDj
Machiiiest Marshal N.D. of Florida. Principal natters himself that Knowledge. once log lots, one improved ditto, Garden,Farm, and of another safe,[not a "!4

located himself at Jackson By E. R. IVES, Dep'y MarshaL acquired, cannot be lost.. timbered lots,of any size Cnn 3 to 50 acres, an in iron skeleton frame. only
Irreat inducements are offered in the the immediate of book.
way of vicinity of JaekionTiUe.Ar1v tige a They
is to do all work
prepared health a beauty of situation-to parents wish- to OS. S.BAKER. same oice.oo the
: both in Repairing of and RI- St. John's _Seminary of Learning, ing to send their children from home, as no pain. Jacksonvnie, Dec. 4, .. tf..Bread fell vT-on crates-of

a new the process usual method. AT MADISON C. H. FLA. will be spared ia providing for their comfort and rained ure upon the t.I t.2 .
&
Board 'Trllltcea enjoyment.: : Cake & Pie hUi hn l been I
them made to order. finhe of t e reat pleasure Bakery. I 1ft'U"lJ
Gunsmithing entrusted to JL in announcing to the Masonic Fraternity The discipline win be inflexible, though mild mIllS iI-inform the Public lave uw .
that
and we hare raa i. is .
persuasive. < an-e y attention. He and the public generally, that the exercises JL full .
prompt The preparations to supply the tcrt-a. '
instruction another
.
coarse includes the branches < yt.uralatnander..
'% to business to merit a this institution will commence on the SECOND of a thorough finished English Education rurchascrs, with 'very excellent BU EAD, t $luDltt). and important t.JI.
MONDAY IN JANUARY next under the In- ,
PIES "
and a fall preparation for any COllege class. & CAKES.-whieh we .re now aelireriiig I not be daptfcrted.has .
of Mr. ISAAC AULD 1ate I <
perintendence '
1851. tf. he
rekularly at { houses of custdmor It will .
of Greenwood Institute, South Carolina aided ENGLISH STUDIES. we' take this opportunity expresslag our I I new safe ILIbrd'm.-tteU purchased of i i":
Goods by'competent &SS tants. Orthography; Reading; Penmanship Phonog thanks for the liberal evidences of
; encouragement I at my present om: e,No. ) '
: AT Mr. Art.n cmes among ns bearing the highest raphy;Grammar; Geography; Ancient and Modern which we hare already recefrfrd,add while respect. I shall remain until the -f.'i.
'and Retail. testimonials of character;scholarship,and success History; Rhetoric; Book-Keepiag; Composition folly asking a continuance uf the same, feel warranted I. crechd. 1
teaching; and the Trustees have no hesitationin and Declamation; Botany; the Bible; Vocal in claiming for the Bread which we offer ..' .
commending this institution, under his direction Music,Drawing. qualities unsurpassed in all the essentials which go: :0)
would to the patronage of the friends of Education, SCIENTIFIC 'COURSE. to make the stuff oi life palatable;pure,and whole I TV aatl rs5ped; r.
leave to throughout this and the adjoining States. Intellectual )mno.. We hall continue to use the beat fiuu-,. I othir iuUre*> d m the .
The be the Moral and Natural Philosophy} i from Src.[but :
to which
the'pnb- object sought accomplished by in the hands'of an experienced Baker -i
he has taken founders of this institution is to dispense the blessings Astronomy, Chemistry;Logic; Geology. flea ns in promisiag'bur costimers good Erc juli J.Tkketsfurnirhej -. safes iu use] to call at ; II

formerly kept of a sound practical education to all.who MATHEMATICAL COURSE. i&e. I I Sew Ywk. to ee the 'iJt

where he may desire to beootne its beneficiaries, and to Arithmetic; Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry and familUri any wbe re riili- t oaf< with the "books !
off at cost,in order bring this great boon within the reach of all- ; Surveying; Mensuration; Analytical Geometry in the'i t.s'ofthe town supplied at'an early hour: I kindly permitted to ".j,
; ; a large and rich as 'even the most humble. In'the language of a circular ; Differential and Integral Calculus. every day. Pric -*- cts pcrloef.MYERS I and gratification of the ..
G and SUMMER issued at the commencement of the project, fc COOl'MAN. CJ-: Orders fur i
CLASrCALCOURSE. :
"it is to educate the children 27-tf Duor" promptly and
bein connected our design and orphans nor 'W
} :ei J"bbi g House in of inQigent Master Masons free Of charge Lfitln; 'Greek; German; French. '

;:n<* tho latest and for tuition, bad the children of Others upon such A course of Lectures will be delivered daring; J $,
; stj'-.s weekly, will terms as may be rescribbd." We appeal to an the year upon Philosophy and Chemistry. The Boarding. 145 Wife street, and .
assist in effbrt0f humanity School will be furnished with SUBSRIBER is to Mark fljtV, New \ .
p:'!it advan enlightened p'ublic to us our a new set of apparatus THE prepared accommo
; g-.c-J selec and save us from'failure and defeat-firm L and will afford ample opportunities for becoming number of Boarders, st his recently! Owriers this cxe11Ut : it:
Country Mer In the belief and confident in the hope that.our acquainted with science and the practical I erected residence in the Northwest part of the fur the wLcte ef k t ?.f
he ocld res 'appeal will not be disregarded- operation of its laws. town, the location of which is known to be highly m.brs laman.er "1
aid, The Scholastic year-will be divided into two The;Academic year win be divided into fouquar"'r faiorablc to health and eoAfbrt from its elevation. eou, comm,i1I.1Q11ed
be old sessions! of five months each._ Tuition for each L ,' f eleven weeks each. Students may eater The HOUSE is jrist'completed ; the sleeping and i -lWwlDdel' Nt'es with t.
as session to Lo paid invarinbiy adbtmce. after the commencement of any quarter;and other apartments bUng spacious and well finished Feb.5I)2..lrn.rcer1s. ;

terms as can be charged. only from the time of their admission.TEfUIH. as it respects plastering. &e.
The pubtc are solicited to, RATESpF TUrnON. The furniture of thel1ouse is al*>entIrely new, & !

: themselves at the Brick I| For the elementary branches, to wit Reading, Board and Tuition including lights,JTnel, and being just received from New York.
T L. B. AMERMAN. I: Orthography, Grammar, Arithmetic etc., .pei r washing, per Session of fire months, f 120 00 Arrangement have been made to supply the table JUST RECEIVED ;
IS;2. tf I i session. ,- 65 OC German or trench extra, 6 ( with ample and excellent fare, and good servants N'ST York, a
1! For rn lish Drenches Rhetoric have Won employed to attend to the com sortmcntof un
higher Music (including use of Piano) 15.00 !
NO FAIL LIT- !' Logic, History, Ancient and Modern Fancy Drawing 5 60 fort of guests. family u!,eon-nsting
f I Natural Philosophy! Chemis ry, "., Painting in Water Colors 9 00 shall spare no pains to render my House in all cured Hams Shoulders
o Fla., Feb. 5th, .- (j per session, -. 10 (X) c. Oil 12 oo respects pleasant to those who make it their home, l'ork.[ Fulton larket 4
used your most valuable For Languages: Higher Mathematics, Including Instructions in Perspective from Na and respectfully invite a call from citizens 'who Beef Tongue, 'uiuked
Lexecust with complete Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, Po- ture. wish permanent Board or strangers who may sojourn :5aweges. Maierc, l

is 1 feel it a ttnjy owe to you litcal Economy, &:., per session 20 00 (Payable quarterly, in advance.) in Hospitable dime during the winter: gar. Lemon, Boston,
you that myself and two months. W. D. WARD.N. cults! tiirofced :

of a severe Diarrhea In point of health, morality and good 'orfier, Studies FOE and DAT STCDE5TS. B. I nave since the erection of dry H u.w. Lard.C&tstfys, PrOli(" 1
else would give os relief we venture the assertion that the village Of Madison English Mathematics $10 00 furnished it with a. convenient Bath-Establish- Green Apples Dried
Yours,respectfully, is unsurpassed and unequalled in the State. Including" Latin the Scientific and Course, 12 00 shout, which is always copiously supplied witn. and assortment of
CIIAS. BROWN. Board can be obtained in private families On Greek 15 00 water and the necessary conveniences for bathing The undersigned
feb. 12. reasonable terms. A convenient boarding house (Payable quarterly,in advance.) I should add also that my honse is a regular >isoldcnstomera and

will be erected by the Trustees at an early period A liberal deduction, will be made for pupils in stopping-place the Stage to 'and from U'cst le has on hand in -

ANOTHER. Any further information will be cheerfully given; the Primary studies. Address, and Middle Florida,.being upon one of the prin A FULL (AND BY

Fla., Feb. 1st, 1852. by addressing the undersigned.By NF.BROWN. ciple streets leading immediately to the Weston SELECTED>
I order of the Board of Trustees. road. I
Referent. W. Dn\.
since member of almost
,with a a Diarrhoea.of m!I CHARLES RUSSELL, Hon. WILLASD HALL, Rev. S. R. WTXKOOP acksonviHe, Oct. 9, 185 tf. every quality

the Secretary. Rev. COURT CHAMBERS, Capt.H.. B. NOXKS- 1
for
usually would afford given re :Madison C. H., December 13, 1851. jnl-2m WilminHon.Del? Dr. MILLER Bro.ndrtrine Vil Notice. His stock eonsbts o? 4
any lage, Delj Rev. T. BRADFbD.fjm, Del. Rev. of Staple, Dry and
; was recommended ; nnHE Subscribers beg leave to inform thoir
made up my mind to try it, Lrage sale public Lands Info- J. E. Rockwell, Brooklyn N. Y.; Hon.. OLI- i JL friends and the public generally,that having Clothing, Cutlery;
: so, as one Bottle effected rida. mANY, Dr. A. E. BpD, Medford, N. 3. Ttarhert a Storehouse and Wharf of their[ ownthey are now t!'.Glassware,Boots ,

will please publish ,this-.as -THIO. HVATT, Rev. Taos. CAS. Rev. Z. prepared to receive and forward all goods intrus Saddlery ia-Sbffrt
ought to be known to Notice la hereby given, that the trader A. BfAxsncLDt WilminotonDeI.. ; L. BAKKO-trs I ted to their care, free of charges. Merchants and kept in a Dry GiOdi
A : will, in pursuance of law, offer a I Andover, Mass. Doy2751.'ty will All kind of
far and near in order that > planters find it to their advantage to ship country
public auction, before the Court House door, ia this for Goods,at the
n.u.ow"r Yours,lie. through channel as we are determined to try
( ELIJAH BUTCH. the several counties as hereinafter stated the fat- ; Notice. and give satisfaction to all. Those shipping All the Goods will be 4 1-

lowing as part valuable of the grant lands of, located Congress by State to said authority State,. Qutaetthe after date!will present,my ae-I.iy through ns from Savannah, tc, will please give terms. Customers J I I .
CURED in count as Administrator of the Estate of Win orders-to have their goods landed oa our wharf; amine for themselves! i
for of internal These
\ purposes improvement. Johnson,deceased, to the Hon.-Judge of Probate this will insure their Ming fat to no expense |t be being fully assured f
lands in selected .I'X
-J & ,FLA., Dee. 9, l&l.- were, good fart,U. immediatelyafter for Columbia county, and ask for a final settlement this place. suited'as regards the .
O the completion 0 the S.best surveys, and are and allowance of the same, and of my discharge The Barge Sallie Lodoiska Capt. A. H. Gray, for them. '1.
believed to embrace some ot ia the State
from the administration of said Estate. will continue to run regularly between Palatka
of the afflicted eaa : '
yon
for the of cotton tobacco
production corn sugar GREEN JOHNSON. and Silver Springs. For ,Ike.
freight
to Jtciaonrillz
I liave had seven cases of fruits and others apply ,NOT. 13
and finely
this season ; all of to,the Turpentine tropical and Lfumber business.adaptei Ine Administrator. the Captain on board,'or to Rosaignol & Gray, ;:
by the bse of most Alligator,Jan.8,1S52. 6m. Palatka. All letters On business must be post .1
your
and will be offered in haif.eighths: S'tatc'oC Florida J
ROSSIGNOL-k
tJ
paid. GRAY.
Indian LoX 11It. -
JOHN PRICE, Jr. AcrttIn ;. For the Afflicted. alatka, Nov.4, 1851. )% ;
*-. Jefferton county, on Monday, 12th Edwin O. Guynn,.1vs. )
April, 1352 about 26.C40 COUGH SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes >
of Lots. Madison, Monday, 19th, 65,560 Ashthmaticand Consnmptic; Hepatic Notice n-E.Gnynn, ) J
Hamilton, Monday, 26th. 2,440 derangements of the Liver, Spleen L, MONTHS after date I will present ac tiu. ftt CHAJSCTRT -OFFICE'I: J.
*. in March win be ci- Colombia, Monday May_, 8,120 fcc.; Tonic Pills and Bitters, for the Dyspeptic; SIX of vouchers of William Scott, deceased 4 )

on the premises, a num Aladtua, Wednesday,5th May '9,520 Antalgic Fills Ointments, and Tinctures, for the Administrator of the Estate of Hickman appearing: to the 1
..A : and garden lots, in LA Levy, Monday, 10th May, 20.430 relief of Nephutie, Utarine,Rheumatic and goutypaius King deceased the Hon. Judge of Probates of IT Uiat the aid bill f
of the Market Jack
wharf, : Morton Monday, 17th May.II M.SIOUernando ; Poenitetme Pills, and Mixtures for arresting ;- Ala ina county,and to be discharged from further proof that the said Ann .IJ .
L the route of the contem L (Benton,) Monday, speedily (cito, Into jecunde,) nencous and administration of said estate. this State,to wit: at
.. Also a Brick Yard with its 24th May 43,| 0 other,discharges from the urinary organs; Styptic W. W.SCOTT,Admr of the Bahama Islands; it is :

Hrnbaro\Saturday,29th May: 14 4,800 for uterine and other HscmoHiages AnLlhydrollca1 Estate of Wm. Scott deceased. E. Gnynn appear, ant I
be allowed proportioned TERMS.-Cne-fourth cash; the other three Ointments, Powders and Potions, fur reducing By SMITH & O'BRIEN. his Ally's, against said bill,vu or
; Bonds given for in fourths payable in three equal annual instal dropsical swellings; Cardiacal Pills for Kewnansville,Sept. 8,1851. U- ra. November next. In ;

payments are made. mont, with interest in advance. Or, if any purchaser diseases of the heart and purification of the blood[; ance, the said bill will be
JOS. S. BAKER. prefer it, five percent. will be deducted Alterative Pills for the renovation of the constitution Notice. her provided that a

td. from the credit instalments, upon the payment of ; Antidysenterie Pills, for dysentery and MONTHS after date I shall uhea[ in some public
present ac
'l of diarrhea; Magic tinctures and Embrocations for SIX my .
the whole purchase money at the time sale. and vouchers as the Administrator of the space of six months
the relief of affections
speedy nervous especially
_
DAVID 3. WALKER
OFF
November,
the Estate of John G.Ziriax, deceased, late of day in OT> .
Register of Public Lands for the State'of FU. those of females; Disinfectant and Prophylectie Monroe to the Hen. of said bill,and cf this
county, dgoefProbttte I
at Reduced Prices
Washes the former infection s
Tallahassee, December 16.1851. ( secure against and served upon'Cr delivered
Moaroe county and shell at same time apply l 0 !
the latter neutralizes chemical
by a
.t ONLY. jan l-3a process,any ordered to and
appear
said Court for a discharge from said Administration
vicus with which
chance
contagious one may 9 against said bill on the
Barton Oil, Tallow, Grease, and Ohio come in contact;) Colic Syrups,for children; Dis- of said estate.A11pel'lOusinttrestecl are desired to take no months after the said '
cntients, for swellings pimples, freckles, &c.
Mineral Paiut. ; tice. NICHOLAS SMITH,Admr. fault whereof the saij
inform the Citizens of barrels Machinery Oil, price 75 cents Salve, for sores; Unguents for itch, scaldbead. Key West, Nov. 13, 1S-5t. 6m. fttto against her at 1& ; 1
r the vicinity that be I is 3OO per gallon. burns,&c.;Collyria,for sore eyes; Denrieflees"andCollutoriet JOS.
-
stock of Fall and Win 2,500 gallons same, 75 cents in .ub of various for the teeth'and gums; and' various Noti 'e.
low prices to make sizes. other remedies ate manufactured to order, on -

of Spring 'and Summer 200 barrels boiled Point Oil,55 ets per gaL chemical and pathological principles universally SIX MONTHS after date,the undersigned ad- Key West, April 3 t&
consists in part of 5,000 do do do do recognized by the'profession, and generally kept I 8trator of the Estate of Thomas Jones,
t. gallons on hand at the Brick Office of Dtt. BAKEtt deceased,late of Alachoa county State of Flori I CERTIFY the .
MeT casks of various sizes.
1mos. Cashmeres, De- in will the original now on file
opposite the Court House. da, exhibit his account and vouchers befure
S50 barrels Tanners' Oil various
& Col'd Flannels Co kinds aad
box with of Probate for said J.
Calicoes,Col'd Cambric qualities,from 35 to 60 cents per gaL PRICE per bottle phial, ,te., directions the Honorable Judge county,
for their use,f LOOPRESCRIPTIONS and pray for a final settlement discharge from
: Clot, Fancy Cassimerw, 1,500 gallons, in casks of various sizes various in extenso, with mediciDes 1- the said estate.. Key West, April 3,\
kinds and qualities, from 35 to 60
1 Wm. H. ARDAdmr.
eaBI. f5,00 in hand, and from $5 to$100, according -
cents per gallon. the of the when By J.C. HATELY,his Attjf.Notice
Ribbons, BIk Silk La '50 tons tallow grease, for heavy bearings.and to contract and nature ease, )
in incurable when Oct. 30.1851-- 6se;
: coarao machinery, in barrels or the cure is completed; or, eases
Virtue of .
afforded. contracts
the relief promised Special
\ rasks of By
Conoterpaines, do. any consistency required. when desired.Oriers fur
made ia chronic cases, expose
Price 6 cents
Muslins Worsted Hosier pound.
r. per
from distance with enclosed House dooruf !
a money
PERSONShavinganydemanAsagainst
150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint, in barrels, at
"
the lowest market price. will meet"with prompt attention. ALL estate of William Vinzant, late of Co-; day of June, 1S5E, the

Machinery Oil, warranted not to chili in the Jacksonville, Dec. 12, 1851. tf rambia county,deceased are hereby requested t 0 or arel 6T river land sitJ
Rubber Shoes, Merino coldest weather and considered by those using it present them only authenticated within the time fcuwaftnee near
.
do elo, Umbrellas Car equal to sperm oil. Wanted. prescribed by law or they will be barred,and allpersons river,ffsBtatnir 400

For Hats, together with a ItoOed Paint Oil.equal to Linseed Oil, other A SItUATION* Teachers by the andersigned indebted to said estate are requested to ney fur the or heirs 1351.fur tares:
year
goods. than for white. and Lady-both-of whom are Geo make immediate uj pamentto the uuderned.Alligator
lL 8m. I am constantly receiving Urge supplies of the giaarby birth rid education. They have the advantage JAMES VISZANT; Adm. "

above named articles, and my motto is, .Small of two yean experience ia the .buthnes 5, Nov. 13. IS51. Sm. Alligator. Pee.13 1
;: Male Institute. profits and quick returns." Mdjooa give satisfactory reference as to ability, -I- J 4

A. M., Principal. B. F. POND, qnalifica.kc. A female Academy! ia o&e Notice. THe
01'TlUon S 56 Wafr St., under the Pearl st. House) Uniting village of Florida would be-preferred lf MONTHS after date I wifl present ac- '
my Steamer
Defining, Arithmetic, Jan. 1. 1852. _, Ntw York- batrif this-cannot be bad the cametsrasKO- MI SIX as the Administrator oa the Estate of POatka r. Monday
takesbsrgcefamnaiescbooh every
1' quarter of eleven cldraI the undersigned at Greevifle Ga. Joshua llegans, deceased, to the Ron. Judge ofp""Mt. Eatertortee. Jlcnotmne,
: .ext E.-L.HABBISON.&CO. "C6br..ia AomtT.and ask for a final
JOHN VI SLACK. lags, having excellent J
settlement allowance of the same, and of
History,, Cempe- and ny
"* lf. and connecting I
; Book Keeping,do 500 ON BAY WITH'S STREET BRICK, F1WNTlNGl..1.1)BUILDING.JACKSOVlLLE .. OiLJ8.18U. r-ey. du.charg.fro. the 4jnjnjstration fir Did estate.L.STIflft nah gore United Stales .Mail

: ; &rIiaho1&dae-coarse,do. 600 FLORIDA. ,. GEORGE: ; H, SMITH & CO, .. lOGANS.r., i passage apnrr oa board.Pilatka .

&c., do W OC SUBSCRIBERS tvOit* ecmHE AUCTIONEERING AND 'COMMISSIONME2K3HANTS. ': Alligator,Oct.2, 1851 -6Ii\;
respectfully Inform ; -
the above Institatiea '
win .1. their friends and acquaintances that they T f;'{ JACKSONVILLE. FL4.BE ., Notice.' ,Nov. V,
'
have established themselves in,the ercanI1ibusiness '' ,w MB wSUBSCRIBERS "-,--- .
ia this place, and are DOW receiving and ? have catered into coJ. WITHIN terms of&e SWte..1D such can .- ;

opening at the stand above named, a full assort .. IJUtDmbip fot ttopaeposeef..carrying on and-provided will apply. to the .A
DARnAll"' mont, consisting of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles the above:badness, and an. prepared to make Hon.Jndge of the*Circuit Court for the .EasternCircuit NOTIC& bftereby for St
sell the
lIST Florida, for baYs to land b a-
Hardware Boots Shoes
Groceries Hats Capt, cobs either oa consignment or at auction, (one of of WilliuiScott,1ateicofemlia of and Gulf Central .
rjcra CAl0LziA,) Bonnets'&e. usually kept in a Dry Goods Store. whica and countydeceasedw --
d sad acpnaintanoes ef an. well Uaeqnant with the merchants citi- -. _W.SCOTT, Acbr. w biItnaL ,
male professional visit they offer, for sale as cheap as they can be reaatt the intoner;which gives them the advan- It O'BRIEN ,

25th of January, and will purchased at any establishment b the Southern tags of nuking ready sales of any good or.mer- By SMITH.. His Attorney's.AUigutdr ., I ,

Will visit Jacksonville country of; their the entire with stock much having been selected chiri1Je.,which. may!be.sent' -to.- them'on,eonrignThiy -, ,*,Sop 6. 1851.-11.; aekoeiti1le i .. ,- :
firm
: counties. Such as may by one care and attentionand m&Dt I. :
obtain then by notifying with b view particularly.to this market,they *iH give their aUentton to making good -
,or meet him at that point, flatter: themselves that they .win be enabled) to i ad immediate aJe..The1..oulcl respectfully ., Ndtice.rWUIE2d'qnarterof :
will
give entire satisfaction to all who them of '
of credible access.. may aver i licit patronsge from merchants and tradesmen the TlE.SbseriVr
. [ ; with their patronage;both as to. the arioee>sad : ther cities,who wish,to sell goods in oura> ri"t. 84.year ofthe Fettab
M. will lit Table shall be
Institute the His
: quality of their goods. ai- : commence on Monday
' .' : Any buiineas ia their,Bn..wiH.bfl promptly '
/
-- ia January 1852.,:Terns for admission the sad attention
: The Subscribers will bo constantly receiving -- ---- *** -- same every
;: ,tedAQ-. ; aa have been previously advertised.Dec. health blipatroci..
; stich additions to their Stock, as the state of ,GEORGE .sMi'rH, ,
r are- .hereby. cautioned the market may require, and having Bade arrangements 1"+ t.JOSN W. PRICE. "' 25,1851:01, "aw.- JW.DtiU, .'
for .
g' certain promissory :
in New York,order can be rappliedat '
.A M Ee 4. rerMndei, Dishes
oa or about the notice.. ,. rWcrs Goddln & :
the shortest possible ,We tbt- Netting (
: 1861 to Wmeon si. Tyler .& Ce;ft Boulter*C*,, 8.mw.l. WDanU.AUop < ,
or
Buck
Hides Tallow, Beeswax sad Bornti win
i &nomrs,Jsck.onlUs B toa fcCfonbyVJ A La. 'JIV1LI rfov alrry
.' AMI kindred and seventy. be received exchange for goods- ', _, .COXTRACTOJEW JIHTD Ba& 'ot
.' i -months after date. Tie roch*. 5 MJtfowt. Coaoaboni. ..Owdall' .Sa- r1CIONv1zLLtFIAW0IiLltni: : :tbelq
Friends and
easterners are.respeetfaHyioUaittdtoeaHaad *
.. tfc* .
.. : i Jsa.I5,1553. : -r- knot,} and regularity-eS
.laid note was given ba 4 .
before
examine this afoek pIIJ '. .
J : "M' : is.ui
fcnewcitiaros constantly band rv4
a" ,tDJ_com&Ue4 b7 elsewhere. -"E. LI1ARR.1SON, -' !< I ,. :, :'. on .
p. .
-
I. ."
GEORGE JQHSS,& .. .' 'I.SA.NDE1tSUN. t. l' Notice1, .. 't' Jacksonville and the sarrovadioew and will be sold lower,
1 ,- ntrv-that they are to execute weri haad.,rTbea serIber)
T..,ith. lSW-4-fcn., SepieaWl.It&lv, It.teCth milE CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH INSTITK prepared
Ia all
v the various '
> ;a. ; win opts ita M y.19th.:lnd. branches*f their profession. witikaeatness tentioa that the work
J{ : : : .. *. '.. .% the.BulIleznecosclr'.tecl.1tr.;.i 'and'd'I8p&&e: rand: are{ dtei laM' ,- msa.i: 1 ;
after apply tie Hart. .1&5kUwiIIOPta.' Tb.Sttbscribertas at*. thrtragb experience and basUesa JiahiU,not to be
- : tls0a t the SIX.\\tEE1tS & far Colombia county for so ptoeurM Lbs .itr. Madam PCS Bochw.. sarpassed.,, by anjf crtablldlnwttt, in u.eOO1lDtrrt' 7ldthSt.wb'*

mm.mm.mnjm B* been letters f-admJnJstration.detKWisnoa ea u.. Is lb* *'.Department,'and feels great cod-.'i w" SASH!, BLINDS,.AND DOORS Wm.E.HooMrT4: |._ f
j >. M. wilt> Smith _. .tf'era&ll4o ; 11Me -,... .f] deaea ifcat*er fastraetion fa Iho'Varioaa branch.et .r wtB a*the b o enlarged braneae*of\ td Z. ,. :Js&Z5.18, -
-4--- -
"ACt b
:- ivELlZA ETU.TAYLO. of .**..lagladtog"-Mnele'wilt exerd-e abiffhly Will meet their ItrietM&Q ." Terms as accommodating JOB
- M. WHIT SMITH; 1i. 'fJOHN'ITArLO, .I iaflaenoe, upon the jmpfle'mader as pessiWe, and all orders will be per" <
' M J'.1tJlIEN- -> v y W.. M.IVE- .. her&torJ *CF.BROWN,: ,voally attt04ed to... A share of the public t(,fcA T, *>,T E

" Jaatttryl2l858.. f.\ S41... ." Dee."23d 1951. Th'. ir'Att' .ne,., j. *. *. ,*IM.'t. .Principal- actisrc'pectfHily.'olicitfd., d l ...rat.roa-- /.. Till*. .
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LflthYA9VBL1CAS Jt&k.uable


p & V Canl r**?* $*& .aa j'rroni val @. V L fIJ4-VQflDJ;

*aeuon

'4 i '* -' ATIMS. .4 i frany:pon'which-laformatuJnlflhaU: be V Mn otfserADcaYSffi Tfti* flteik' 1lets.

I .Three.Dollars per:,annum, payable eycrsorsLreetse asked.pr communicated inwriting, off by marks expressing'to you iuy approbation of your f ndiarf3 if '

*poto ordering the Paper.W SAVANNAHOA. or signs enttby tnall,the.iratea.inantfoned in the ; Lpxicnstaa-a family.medttno'-uI iltad U H Qusrt.113' ReI1MV$
I -. : table-shall be rnorged ;V and for 4dditional $ : j' S M ,
every with good success, j,. ) ? V YojBjTwpeotadly agazine ri! additierito which
; if before/the expiration L J6HJI BOSTON.. ? tbey have
Subscriptions, not paid JOUNU., CCNBT.; half ouoce.or fraction- annunoeabovethe frA commeu8thb
: -1sV31T. stfon
V fg
f tih. y ir-art charged 4. :" : October .30, 1SM. *tf.E. weight named hi'this table, an: additional 'Single >: :L4, DYSENTEYVV f f H&- nl& LJ& t'sa*. ltu&1 wxrkvsaUe4 IbV,. Agm4i

'Advertisements will bo Inserted at the"following V rate U fee-charged.;; .* i ** V V Which has ever been presented to the public. VJack547.l85I.lr. ij.1 $VVqVJ4

I MOORE ._-__.'-_- S V VV V V V needs 'nopuffing. ) Poiuflett This wnt"lnfo>|n-jou ihatjor-f &
fM. & CO. -- V lrsfamts ap'on"it3'oTniiierits"and
7******Duo Dollar periqual'C (of twelt e linci) for V V. : V .;. soVeraTyeaMhave suffereoj..much V at dtflereafcf fw&!; $ &

:tht first, anil Seventy-Five Cents for every subsecBt GENEKALconrassioN V .v.., n JCSflt s IAS NOTTAJLED* -TO. cURE times from Chronic' Diarrhoea.! I have triced yo*r TzPuEes y3Wjs
*: V V I2 CA 5INGLE INSTANCE. !! .J inuiSj d1an' Loxedust,4 amUreeeived *nentrr.vell< orthe: ** bojt *&*&>
;
V V V ;&
liberal L V
-** 'ertIon. To yearly Advertisers a HEROHANTS AND fe
: .ft
; ."A* ; Valuable preparation Is compounded an d have no reason to .tt. lt t. being rmanent.! / ML; Mrofessur fefi:

dboount will be made. All transient Advertise.AntnU FACTORS, V V U i V 1 T from'several medicinal roots growing in the. B .
: except by persons ha ving a running account (Sinette new Warehouse,) V O4 Wilds of Florida. It..ia PURELY and WHOLLY fli td1 present ,ti crtificte wbic you 1e Ue, &Cs4 & ,. -. ;u 5-j
V S V S V # and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure pa n. n.e M.you thi kyTOtee I aleosay,. iv. iAia UIKUI/.nuuaujc woW r soirsy
Xwitb. the office) must be paid for previous to pnbli- V / ( IV Q Vegetable, V ,
: V large
219 Ray-Street, Savannah Ga. at in with who have used royal octavo'volumes,
u 2i of the above disease.. The Inventor and Proprith cohversihg many your containing oe jjoi
blatlo*. V V etor it fully convinced that itis an invaluable medicine< I have"not fun one wh6diot not -1pageswith18 or 20; splen steel. eegTann

*Persons at a distance can govern their remit F.. M. MOORE, N. M. IlAnnis.Oct. )V !l edicine. In fact the test that he has.given itin ceire relief.T V. ,i and more than 600 enrravrert"rhigke owe,& :

C lancet for advertising by the following rates: 23, 1851. >-. l.tf.V V the town in which he resides, and the astonishing JOHN CJJEY, 1 I *| style of the art, UIustrstIng almi* m
WHEN PREPAID. Cta. Cts7 Cts. Cts. access with which it has met, warrants Pastor Methodist Church, Jacksonville i.implement of hnshandr now h vat
.c4)iia square (twelve lines) published*;x months Joseph Si Baker, El D. Weighing i 01. or under,being i- '- bi min saying that it. is a POSITIVE CUKE. ". rfa,rmeis, the bclnethodsar'ting&c.

cr', $10 00fj single rates .. . V. 3 6 10 15 lie has therefore come to the determination to w Jacksonville, Cec. 4th 1S31. Tb ., &3 the Yarjou .

.Two;, squares, for six months, 15 00 PRACTITIONER V OF MEDICINE, M1D Over| os. and not over 1 o*. 6" \2 20' 30 place it within the reach of all, knowing how many Dr. E. PoinsettDearSr, : Three parts of a'/ai' oimalsln tkeirbigheepfeo i skor %h.
WWEItYANDSUIGCItY.V Over.1 oz. and not over li oi.< 9. IS SO45 suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous Bottle of your most valuable medicine called In-k-f.ictcriei feituro of the I,
*1 iLegal and other Business Cards, per an. 10 00: Office on tfie corner of Market and Forsylh Over It oz. and not over 2 oz1224 40 60 Disease, particularly in the Southern.and dian Loxecnat has entirely relieved me of a severe Vtt( ** 'Notices to debtors and creditors, 7 00Application O ver 2 oz. and not over 2 Os. 15 30 60 75WHEN western States. > attack of 'Diarrba. I cheerfully recommend, t a pieuiure. V V Vri

for letters of administration, 5 00r ) Streets, opposite the Court flbuse.JACKSONVILLE. .. UNPAID. V In purchasing my "Indian I
.Nolle* of Application for dismissal iVdroinis4rator FLA. Single rate,as above . 6 10 10 15 particular and look for my written signature on 5 SV V With respect yonrg&u. of 61 'esei eZdlurrclf f

. ) Cct.iG, tf.N. Over J'Oi.-and not over 1 oz. 10 20 20 30 the label.I V 5 TIIAD; c. ANDREWS. ** ,% cngn.ing. *reJ tIJeolI at
a $ Over 1 oz. and not overi ox 15 30 30 45 refer the public below to a fOWVcertificates selected ri the eatir..wk inVVt5iezbt

iTV0* announcement of candidates fnr office, 5 00 H. O.'S Over li oz. and not over 2 ot. 20 4040) CO from among many received from rospccta-1 AMERICAN AND FOREIGN!
COEWIN&
,No announcement will be made unless the same ORCHARD.Midillctown Over 2 oz. and not over 2j oz. 25* 50 50 75 ble V citizens V of Jacksonville. Vt VtV ,i Thtish. ss& aait VIVIiI
M PtY f.ll.54.S;
EGBERT POINSETT.P. .
>-H>e accompanied with the amount charged. Orange:county, NOTE.-Fioin and after the30th June 1851, the LondenEclinirg

** Editorial notices for private benefit will be V New York.Frnlts modo of computing the rates anon inland letters S. Planters should not be without this valuable CITY OF WA ni W'JC Vtj .j :

of JPrttll and -i. o. letters from one office within V the United Medicine. Every family ought to keep it i V the direction o/AAllON.HAIGHl r. D VeyMrw cwhQ,) fli (orth
double the
rate advcrti-ing. (Fr.eo
OriinmvntaTTXlEES V
Charged States Territories to another, and also nponIcttccs on hand.A. PALMER bf New Vork-as t\VOKTU-'r flt.iew CLuehTe Vestwi
!$,,Jleligions, Obituary, and Marriage notices, will I 11 Plants, Slivnbbcry. &A.&C., famished to between the United States and the. British M. REED, principal Agent for Jacksonville .: TNOTON GARRET'iSON SNETHEN fyew \tW1Tiagazine.r (Lfleval,1; .It ;

.. *b'e pahlfched'gvaffe.Jtonnnudiwltions. Or der. Xorth American provinces-is to bo as follows, to V r V 1' S | Orleans*Attorneys" and Councillors of thc;Sa"preme Although these,works iii>ryj' :

ransfbc 13 wits Single rate, if exceeding half an ounce ; V Court of the United feUtes., V VV V ; Kfeid'rsifRg'nbt (
pot paid.c November 1831. Jawtf.JA2HES political shades
above
.- V 'double rate, if exceeding half an ounce, bat not JACKSONVILLE,E. F., August 15th, 1S51. This establishment. formed* for the'foUoWn n 1 mdleatcd yef iste5hI
--- portion, of their
. exceeding: an ounce; treble. rate, I if exceeding an I V V Dear Sir: This will inform you that one bottle: objects: V V C s ubj ets. It is content ,1s devcUi d-tO:1)i11cI:

:. < J. P. Sanders, M. BAKER, ounce, but not exceeding an ounce and a half;S of your medicine, called INDIAN LOXECUVT, has' V 1.- For practicing law In the.SuprriCpnt ci r i, ghcs them their their ehk-f liter characteriwlika

ToANET AND COCNSKU.OU AT 1.1W, V ATTORXET LAW, I and so on charging an additional rate for.i every permanently cured two of my negroes of a severe the United V States, and V conducting pr'-fcdclonar stand eonfe.sedly fir above value, aa' 5a. flsi.Lh.y! $
I additional half ounce infraction of half ounce. attack of Dysentery. I consider it an excellent business before Congress. all otlirjonruab .f
; HAVING removed his office from Columbia Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. V The' mode computing rates upon letters to medicine for this complaint, and take great plea 2. For the prosecution and recovery V of V all elafm:' t their doss. Klirktcwd.-f&'M, t th 'maitrtlycient

; to Uoiiuilc, Uinal County, | G reat Uritain, and to all other foreign countries, Bare in recommending Hio the public. I ia law or equity, against the United 'i tes ba- o(Christojder orthnxujut.*itaaa-

'.. *i {pe tfnny Informs hi!? friciv't tl-at he will conj IH. Whit Smith & H O'Brien, the British North American provinces exeeptod, Jlespeotfully yours, fore Congress or the executive Departments, or celebrity frolu,tho and i*, a& this iByatractive *-
. his will remain as nt present,nnder the act of 3d L S. D. FERXAMDEZ. against foreign Governments before Boards of serial works o&ift .u4is.
j tjnueXhe pniUicc T profvjon, as fortnerly.He ; er literary notables
ATTORNEYS AT LA\V written for MagaxSe
. March, 1849, and agreeably to instructions appended To Mr.E: Poinsctt. Commissioners. that ,
will attend at each r.n.l every Term of Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida.M to the table of foreign postages.DIRECTIONS. V V S. For the settlement of, accounts 'VithIhe w anclBrstappiarij.gin Its columns'both'laV Off.t

the Circuit Court in the o\ori'l Counties oftht JACKSONVILLE, May Cth, 1851. State, Treosuiy,. ,War, Navy, Post OfHcc, and The and '" ilmetnited States Saeh works-as

. *Eastern Juiliii.il Circuit, the County of'Hamilton WHIT SMITH, | JLOtSeo O'BnE V This'is to certify it is with much pleasure that I: Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission Bolwer.CastonV and "My Xew "
iViunwlS
at Alligator. | Office Newnansville.. I 1st. Every letter or parcel, not exceeding half announce to the Public that I have been effectually ot fines, enalties, and forfeitures, for ") "My ,IedalTaVUrwl
in the Middle Circuit, the Siij.rcr.ie 1 a:n ounce in weight, shall be deemed a single letter cured of the distressing complaint called Dysentery 0? the revenue, post office allegedviolations other Hand, and other itn.ili of which numerous rival
or
.. Court at Tiillalu ec, and t'.ic U. S Court at A't. S. W. BiKSR or rate. V by the highly recommended remedy of ]aws. editions are JdaueU by the leadu>2>;publi,hecria
2d. All drop-letters, or letters placed in .any M E. Poirmett. I had 4. For Ibis country, have to be reprinted by those paW
: <: All business entrusted to his caie r. resorted to many things, securing letters patent for inventions
uAnjrnstine. A T T O R NE Y AT LA IV.JACKSONVILLK lishers
from the
post office, not for transmi*>ion, but for delivery but of no avail ; I was induced to try his very from the United states or from foreign CoernmcnU pages of Biackwood, after it bus
. .. *wlll receive prompt attention. only, riiall be charged with postage at the rate of: and bien! v, >td Sl1us1.Srt1uV44; Co.w that sob.
*" EAST FLORIDA. palatable pleasant Medicine, and to mj great and procuring land warrants and pensionsunder .
'.' Addre s-J. P. S\M>Enso\, rUojiri/r: one cent each. satisfaction was completely cured within a few the various pension laws of the United crjbeys to the Kcpriat-of that MagaziM nay always

, .. ffDuval Count, Ffortrl'i. Reference, 3d. KacU deputy postmaster, whose compensation days, and have not been troubled since with that State*. rely on having the V ca baJfreadiue of tats*
II* Jan. tf generally, embracing debts
17,1S30. March 20. 1S51. tfjf 30th June) did not exceed$200( may send through, am happy to say other immediate cures have l legacies, and inheritances, in the UniteJ States, TERNS-perannini,
the mail nil letters written 'by For any one of the four Reviews '
CJ-Cen. Jnin-s A. IVdcii ran fit all times Vt himself, and receive come under my own observation within a few and foreign countries. $500aw
d' () through the mail all written communications days. 1 cheerfully odd mite to the 6. For the V For any two Io -
: "*b.found at the office of Col. J. P. ?.tsuno" for OSSIAU B. HART, addressed to himself, on hiaprivatebusineti,which great amount of testimony my with regard to already .the States or purnbft3e Territories and of sale the of Union lands in any of For any three do 7 tj

-c the.perferumnco til proftsaioual service, and will L ATTORNEY AT LAW shall not exceed in weight one half ounse, free of Valuable Medicine. J am, pecfully &c. your ing i moneys on mortgage of real estate, and loan For all"four of the Reviews, V.800
This V tying For Blaekwood's
postage. doe not authorize Item to frank ; Magazine, 3ttl
V
silto attend to the bini-u s of the I.-.tter gentle KEY WEST, FLA., V M.IIEAkN.Jr. therein. V
letters unless written For Blackwood three : '
by themselves and and Review
any on To E. Poiasctt.Esq. 7. For 900
4 lenan during the occasions of his absence. Practices In the United States nnd state Courtsof their private business only ; nor does it authorize and State investment stocks of funds in V United States For Biackwood and the four Review (V io oo

*Dee. 23,1331. the Southern District of Florida. them to receive free of postage any thing but JACKSONVILLE, May 21, 1851. ends thereon, and and, loans, collection for the of the divi For Farmer's Guide [complete in 22. X ea3 fi>tX)

July 10-tf written communications addressed to themselves, Dear Sir : I consider it to be a matter of duty of all business generally transaction Payments to be made in all cases.ia advance,
: pertaining law
: V and m their private business. to a loan, and: CLUBBINt '
: McQueen Idclntosh V to inform you that I had been laboring under avery banking agency. r"i.
JOH N G.HATEL7 violent attack of 1)iarrhawhich baffled All communications A discount tventv-Jlve-per emt.'Tnra the
e
A-TTORNEY AT LAr, JV mpnper Rates,per q>tarterwhen sent ft am kill of two Physicians, awl rendered me unable Messrs. Palmer & Snethen.addressed, postpaid, ti). abave prices will be allowed V.labs Ordering
American
*\V'iT.Lnttend the Circuit Counts in the Eastern ATTOK KY AT LAW the office of publication, to actual and bona fide' to do any work. But fortunately, when about to Agency city of Washington and Foreign four or more copies of any:one or more V of th*

:: 'Circuit ; he United States District Court at St.rAngiutine I:. OFFICK. NEWXANSVILLE, s ub -.ribs: give np all hope of ever obtaining relief I heard prompt and faithful attent'n. will receive above works. Thus: 4 copies of JJIaekwood. .r
From Ef "INDIAN one of the Review will be sent to'one address for
Court at Tallahassee EAST FLOUIOA.sept. after the 30th of June, 1851, for each your LOXECUST and the u.* I'ALUEIlfc SXETHEN
3. ; the Supreme ; n s.vspapcr not exceeding three ounces in werght, of five Bottles has entirely restored me to health. Office No. 5 Carroll Place Hill. 9 ; 4 copies of the four Reviews and Biackwood
sand prosecute Chums for citizen in any part of 11, tf. th)annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly 1 take much pleasure to recommend your Medicine Ju'yS. V lawtf., Capitol for $30; and so on.. -v V

Pt Florida agauist the Government at WoMhingtonither I, in advance. These.rates only apply where to all those who may be similarly afflicted. gCf- Orders from Clvis must be sent dirtett

at the artments. United States Mutual Insurance I the paper is sent from the office of publication to Yours &c., V BENJA'MIN DAVID. the publishers, ,as no discount front eVpci1s.
: /:* before Congress or Dci"> V Company actual and bona fide subscribers. To K Poinsett, Esq. Bounty Land and General Agency, cad be allowed to Agents: i-1V -

.+ 4jr_ > ADDEESS, Jacksonville, L'tst Fouida. I V Money, current in the- States where,bsuetf,
; -* '< ie.18o tf WEST POTTSUAM, NEW YORK. JACKSONVILLE, June 2711851. Washington, D. C.V be received at pr.Vr.i V r c > 4

a--__________ Dear Sir: lam entirely relieved of nrr complaint JOSEPH WAUKEK will-give pronrpt; ft- ltewittan es-and V conwnnnicatioasSaoUd
James W. KIN SLEY B. GIBBS, 'Agent -S. thanks to you for your "INDIAN LOXK- attention to the BOUNTY be always addressed, post iiai& or fraakerltotb.
.
.. Bryant, JUST,". it it the best I have
MAPORT MILLS'DCVAL CO. ever used for the LANIMJ.LAD13of officers and soldiers engaged: 1ublishets. LEONARD SCOTT &G0 ,
;; s ATTORNET AND COUNSELLOIt-AT-LJIW, FLA. V V 1 .M f diseaso.and I feel happy in recommending it to the in the FLORIDA WAR, or ia either of the INi,:% V V 79VFnlton sI N. .. entranecGoblV

.Vrnattcn4- to Professional business in the Courts ilay 22, 1831 tf V public. Yours, truly, VAns in which the U. States have been engaged I,
1 IIII .
1 V GEOItUECOULTER.1o or the War with Great Britain of 1612 -to The Globe. *
-of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in the Fec II' SAH'L HOYT & Co., E. Poinsett, Esq. claims on the U. States for MILITAR SERVICES; A Congressional, Agricultural and Literary

: l.ral Court for the Northern District of Florida.f' Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.CtsT BATON SCPPLllJS! PEVSIOV?, LOST PROPERTY, &C., and tO .
ALSO AGENT E EII OMMISIO MIICilT t! Not over 50 miles 25 15 10 5 24 Ij ISLAND, St. John's Beach, > any description of business requiring an Agent or Xfeirmaper. 31
Over GO and not over August 7, 1851. 5 S Attorney at Washington.. For procuring Jj.-ind undersigned submits to- the ipobliVis

; *f r"general Business in the State, respecting 300 miles 50 30 20 105 21 Dear Sir: This will inform you that three ofmy Warrants, his charge will he 5. In other cases proposals the GLOBE and terepofa for

.;grants and donations of lands, and the location: In The Baying And Galling Cf Over 300( not over 1000 children were dangerously ill with tho Dysen the charge will be proportioned to,the nature and the next session Congress. Cuu-isssiias .a.w

EVERY DESCRIPTION miles 75 45 30 15 7J 3J tory or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks. 1 tried diminlty of:the case., V o liberally patronised the undertaking thit ll
thereof. OF iJ ,
C i setting AGRICULTURAL Ovr1O00not oycr2000.V almost everything that generallyroeueffiihrdoM: V He will also act in connection with Agents.c? will b* eStablished us1 a standanf worW wdrii 'if

: A. ALSO AGENT IMPLEMENTS AND mile- 100 60 4020 10 5 disease, but aUto no effect.' A friend> misce,-, Attorneys in Florida, whomay be employed in 0 official hnprimatuf/anles* IheundtrsiKrfM

.for the collection of Claims the United MACHINERY. Over 2000, not over 4000 V # commended me to try *your Medicine calleduae Bounty Land and other claims, on terms..which in his dutyc.This will not b.4h. case ifearnesl
upon ALSO, miles 125 7SVt0 25 12&6 I DIAN LOXECUST.1 I procured it-ande m may he agreed upon. Letters [which should Le effort can avail. The GLOBE. 13 the ,onv.fapr
t. TStat 8 .fur Military or other services, pensions, Over 4000 miles 150 90 V60 30 15 7 I happy to say that li Bottles of it cured all thro post paid J will receive immediate attention. that will furnish fall reports of the prcce*dinWaB4 V
,upplies fnmuhed volunteers, and for horses or Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones: Eusopus, of may children-hoping your valuable Medicial June 5. lawtf.Notice. debate*of the two House of t'oagtessalict4v.

other property lost;for which the United States Colagcn, Cullin and Bolting Cloths. Alto, ex cry DIRECTIONS. '. may become generally known,so that all that may .: V- S. V tag received their anetIotr'a 'sach, kind of produce North and South and be afflicted V :: V V will be out'tfie
CISH paid'1for wjth-this disease may have a certain : V porters ngagvt)to write "dettofe .
Us liable, Wool, Hides, Deer Skins, and Shipping tc'ut 1st. Weekly papers ovftf, when sent as above and safe remedy, Yours truly, eh day-which;-will mukrgo*the'tyvlstoa of
AM'L HOYT. stated, ore to be delivered free in the county where TO THE OFFICERS ANDWLDIERS Members.The
work
-A fldresn Jacksonville. East Florida. V HAMPTON i,. BILBO. JAMES LATIMER. fterfTiig 1jiOgh
they are published; and this although conveyed'> To E. Poinsctt, E. VV OF TIJESEFERALWARS SINCE the D.i tLTl GLOB K as J receiving reeowUl
VV in the moil over 50 miles.2d. bo presented, as finished jar theCoMGRjGLOBEittd $ic.Lz.
L 3 "fcJ.. HcRoDort Baker References: THE DEVOLUTION.Y ,
d Mep.TR. A\DEE S Newspapers containing not over 300 V square JACKSONVILLE, July 30, 1851. V ArreND: ,. fjtr
JITTORNEY& COUNSELLOR ATLAIV, & Co., FRAKKUN&BRA-VT- inches, are to he charged one .the above' Dear Sir a recent Act officers V 'The
LKY, WEBSTKII & PALSIK quarter : 1 have tried your very valuable Me B Congress, and sol1 debates will probably increase hrffitfrert
... JACKSONVILLE E. FLA.AV C o., Savannah, Ga. WM.?, P.HWIFT MILLER, DENSLOTV, & rates. cine for Diarrhoea and find it by far tho.best ax did 1 diers (who have not received) are entitled daring the next session.' The'one subjecf whwhcngrossod
;
ft. cc 3d. Publishers of
New York R7oot.E t newspapers are allowed to exchange : safest cure for this dangerous disease that I have to BOUNTY LAND, for service'* of ono month the last,will doubtless give way to otiers -
Nouns
;_: M. practice in the Courts of the Eastern ; MASON &Co., Bos free of postage, one of each number or.more the widows "
ton MOM. F. B. LOOMIS copy ever known or heard of. My little daughter ; and minor children of those -of great variety, which, m thif progressj *
aged
4JuiCircuit, lathe Supreme Court at Jae kC t.; H. S.;McCoMBS, lsq., ,Esq., New London, only ; and this privilege extends to uewrpapcrspublished about two years, had suffered long and was r educed deceased, are also entitled. The Subscriber will country, the conflicts of party and the .ambitioa
Wilmington Del.
on file, and in the United States District Court Savonuah, August 23th IS51. in Canada. V to almost a skeleton, and F tried part of undertake, at a moderate compensation the for place and distinction, nocedsorilyptwht-1-
ecpt. 4-tf 4th. The weight of newspapers must be taken a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST" and claims of those interested. Having been employ Vast interests will be at stake upon the decisioaaof
'the Northern District of
I.. n Florida. Having V or determined when they are in a dry state.V it has acted like a charm, the child is now im ed in public office for several years, his experience"in the next Congress; and there is great tak&t is

an efficient and rcli&bk agent at Washington he JOHN A. MATER DRUGGIST 5th. Postmasters are not entitled to receive proving and may be seen by tbosf who do not b eliere. such matters will enable him to afford great both branches, which willi CToked in'their.dJEs-

will prosecute claims against the United States: So. 134 newspapers free of postage under their (ranking V Respectfully, facilities to claimants 4br LAND AND PtLV.SIONti enaiioa... All the honors of Uw Republic, d epea.
Broughton street, Savannah, C 1* privilege6th. A.-V. : and save them a V deal of dent the succession
bftf: Congress and the Departments at S V V V S COLVIN.V great 'trouble on to V th$ l'resideaeJ.&ZVWSU
re Washing V
OFFERS for sale every article in bis Payment in advance docs not entitle -the To E. Poinsctt, Esq. and expense. Where he obtains nothing,/.r o as all the great and permanent interests vhieft '*
ton.Diking. line of husinces, besides party paying to any deduction from the above ST. charge is made: All letters postpaid will receive V ta the.advancement of the power of the country,

permanently located at Jacksonville, he I L S pirit! Gas Gas Lamps Camphino; rates. V V NICHOLAS, Fla., July 31,1851. prompt attention, and :the necessary forms and UFhaI4th0s to the action of.thtf next Go.-
LandrethV Warranted Frcsh'GSrd'cn Dear Sir: Ibis is to certify that two Bottles of instructions eut.V V
will his entire anQ. unremitting attention '
toJiis'lpKfesion
give ee1s, Rates of Pottage to be charged upon att transient your Medicine called "INDIAN J OXECUST" V V C. W. BESNETTAtt'y.V .-.The Daily Globe will be published daily during

and all business entrusted to I his Scgara-'Sie.&c. Newspapers and ercry other description of Fri 4.. has permanently cured two of our Negroes, of a se V Washington, D. C.' the session ofCvngres and weekly- the remainder

At wholesale and retail. ted Matter, except Newspapers and Periodicals, vere Diarrhoea.- I take pleasure in recommending f October 1330 .UNotice. of tha year. <1(. will eentajn full and fcithfml rf

.,. lie will also attend to any business nsi X.B. Spirit manufactured, and always fresh, published and sent at intervals the not exceeding thi ee montht yoarralnable Medicine-as being without doubt I porU of the. proce dlngsrof both Uouses 6T C agress -
from office jjubltcationlo acts a1 one of the best and safest .
remedies for this disease and miswlLmeous
and for sale low ; articles those
i NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER as as can be purchased in the and bonafde subscribers. tALL oa general
that I have
4 heard of
i or seen. Yours suhjecja to.whic.h it
the Governors of the Southern market, for cash or approved credit. truly; Subscribers to the building fund of St. is devoted at T..C % r-irl
41pji.int$ by following ,
The
= WrO.McINTYRE. '
Globe
IVecUy
Kov.
; will contain
27-ly J.NO. A. M. Church, Jacksonville, who enti Agricultural
.SU1* io'take Tentimony, Affidavits, and Acfluiowledgments S NOTE.-For each To E. Foinsett, Esq tied to shares m said Church, are requested are to and miscellaneous articles.; add will ocranimtaUpr

to be used therein : V DYING AND SCOURINGESTABLISHMENT additional ounce, or V. S. V JACKSONVILLE, Juno 9th, 1851. present their voucher to Dr. A. ;5. Baldwin,Trea give debates interest.ef such VV* *uuMrtaBw+* <**fioinoiand- r- muvtrsal -
ty.LMaine, Virginia, fraction of an ounce, V Dear Sin I havo surer of tho Building Coiu !ttce, by and. before
need
the g your Indian Loxecuat the 15th'of The price' the WttVy <77ooe V Jredaeed'u
beyond ten November
: ounces ; I in next, and all hav
.Vermont, North Carolim in this table my family, and have found it a very valuable persons oee dollar', with a view to obtain
V
AT0. 73 YORK STREET, V an ad remedy for Diarrhoea. I take big accounts against said Church for materials or X more general
: South -Carpiina1 UCAll OF ditional rate will be 8 great pleasure in labour. &c., will also present them a* above circulation. '
( THE COURT 'pa recommending it to the Sped
.New York, Georgia, hOUSE) charged.. ; s'-' y5 Respectfully5VJ public.. fied- ,A. BALDWIN, The Congressional Globe vJR embody, as.It ha*

i. ., 4'ennnylrania, Alabama. SAVANNAH, GEO. V Egbcr Poinsctt, Esq.JACKSONVILLE: TOWNSEND. Trcas'. Buil'g Cora'e, done for the last seventeen -jean., Congressional
proceedings and debates
'Delaware VS V St. Johns Church? exclusively. f- ; V
Misssiij'i'11t V : Oct. 9.-tf. V The Appendix will embrace
4 ALKXAXDEIt OAX.I.O1VAV. E. Fla. May'i. the tevfccd spew e
.JJaryUnJ, Texas. Cis. Cts. 'Ots-'CU. 1851. sefefr'AtWidess otthe
jan 1.-ly.OSCAR RETURNS has his shanks to his friends for the Oneos.ornnder 1 2 3 4 6 Hear Sin This may certify to you that 1 had a V Notice' the United Stotfearid the ges S4TttO(1EeHeadI'.Z'
__i received since ho commenced Over 1 oz.not over 2 oz. 2 4 6 8 10 negro girl suffering under a severe attack of Di. j V V limo Exeeutive1rtmeuts SV _
: business in this city in 1832,and would state to hit 1 V 2 tt'
HART, friends,and the public generally, that during his ft g << l late visit to London proee Congress)
and Scotland,he has acquired I 44 i cured her and I offer
A 7 TORNE Y A T LAW.O.4i1I9fl v various improvements 5 5 10 15 ::0 -" wonld take this method of re. respectfully their professional services to tho will make a number* Subscribrrs may expect one V
connected with 1 5' 5 < g "( commending it as citizens of Jacksonville and its
V 6 12 J8 24 30 a very valuable Medicine. V V 5 vicinity. i numpet cf each A week hiring the first IbarwMks
the Second floor at the Court-house, DYING AND FRENCH i g ;< 7 '. f-, Yours V
CLEANING 7 14 2123.. -35 truly JOHN BRANTLEY. V V J.-S.MUKDOJIT'M.D. i iwf a session, and two or three numbers cinch
;I f Forsyth street. which he trusts will enable him ta give general 7 "V <( |

Wu.. practice in the several counties of the satufhetion to oH who may please to favor him I' 8 94 9 18 27; 86, 45 Office on the corner directly North of-the Buffing- complete indexes to the Cc-nxrtSFunsjit Foot

7 15aet rn Ciccuitr i Florida, and attcntl to the with their patronage.Ladies' V" ." 10,, 20 SO- 40 ',5Q. JACKSONVILLE, July 26, 1851. V t Dot. 30.1851.V V *son Hoase.V V V- V and Appendix: will be sent to subscribers'Jooa'aAjttr

eoHecfion fchums-againiit the United'Statca for Bilk and woolen Dresses, Shawls, &0., 5- Dear Sir'Sometime s1nei. I was attached with V Souf' V t.Bgres3 adjourns. t' %*j
iluaned and dyed various colors, so as to give D1RECTIONS.V a severe Diarrhoea severe that could not at V Nothing eta political aspect wil 1appehi1h.
; : l Utary: cervices, acd for IIones lot, or other Mtufactuin. Table Cavers cleaned or lived"as 1. On every transient newejwper.'tinscalod' tend to my business. I was recommended to try: : A Card.rinilE V f Goeqtve that which ._MI t. fo dun.the Con- V

lost destroyed by in said service. may be required. Gentlemen'sgarmeusreova cular handbill your. "INDIAN LOXECUST." I A
; property troops I engraving, pamphlet procured one Subscriber V pa or assuming tbeimparti4)veLioIe
periodical having leased the
1M.Iso claims for pensions disabled ,orwldvws'and in the same good style as formerly as not to be magazine, book, and every other description,,r Bottle of it. At the same time two members of r JL house formerly kept by Mr. John well-known thy all sics. cannot maintain ft.
surpassed by any done at the North my family were afflicted with the Clark, character if the editorial
or dyed as I printed matter the above rates must'in all same disease. takes this method of coluiais rcflcelaakt7e
orphans deceased soldiers. way bo required. Ladies' bonnets V dyed black be preTaid,"accordIng to the "" cases, we all used the ,medloino froni' the one Bottle, Jacksonville informing the citizens' of hue., tT & ':

>t>A.Uo,f hutas for bounty land to officers and sol- cleaned, and pressed in a superior style. Ladies 2. Vr henever any.printed matter.weight. and I am now happy to inform you that. it cured I servo refreshments and vicinity,that hd is now ready to TERMS. ir

r -i- Ofers, andth widows andorphans. if lcacaeed officer andtrcntleinen's Ju'd Gloves-cleaned after V tha V postage is required to be prcpaldV'Jhalli on which the IV us all entirely. We a.re now all well and hearty Ir o'clock in the at apy honr of he day fromj r For one copy of the IailGlib (dnilduV
most London fashion. V through front the use of Bottle morning tmtil 10 at.night ; ,b .car I
*and joldiers.JU Mr.approved M. KIEL : the inattention r fPostmasters, or-etherwlse only one of your. Valuable: furnish Lunch at the Shortest nOticovizColc ring the session of Congress, and wcekly.i i

; 'o,;will gir. his attention to conveyancing,, the above establishment has been, and appointed"Agent'fo1 will ntteudtothe?; sent with without double J.he prepaymenttbe. above rates.same shall*bevharged" I il 4deiSfc? V "V"TIMC-THY'HARRIS! Ham Sardines, Beef Fish Tonjrne, Pigs feet, Tripe. Shrymps,I For during the Daily the recess Globe,)forles a year*,than 'V $*,}at V$5(A 00
V year .
*rr fee.;The has
j
to naming titles and records, and ascertaining reception and delivery of work in Jacksonville and I 3. Bound books and parcels( printed matter: To 13. Poinsett] Esq.- V VV .? Winci soleoted by his.Liquors ;and I the rate of&T t .a month, f- ?& TtJ
gooff judges In New
claims to lands. theurwnn&ng March 21. ISM.country.V H'ermsmoderato.V not weighing over 32-ounces, shalltb. deemed;[ Mandarin V paid the highest prices forthem;and ha;York1 he thinks, and I For one copy of the Weekly Globe for on43L
V -If ** Fla. ,, V
l cQliaslnessentrnsted to him will meet with mailablo matter; ,* ,* x ; -* 3 Dear ir..Sometinteajnee I OctJ, 1851. Wines ahd Liojiprs of tha flrgS,quality : also Por 2.For year, et,4t
of the
was one
v# ,V Periodicals vab&hed ticterva1siiotexcej. on visit near ter and Ale. Gentlemen copy Congressional Globe
f>f"i*pt attention; andU iistruentiot'zitIu three you? ple; and was will please call and judge rjng the session '
months f
ing
sick < 1*<
Seal and sent from the for themselves
of
>lana Cotton office pnbi ;and speak'of
J*ll1 execcd- by him W'iLI&'nCatlJ J4 J M Jg. ;Gim., V lication t
T SUBSCRIBER takes rU,;, .opportunity to be charged with one half the rates mentioned I thajfl was viating happened to Lave aiotfU witta call.V toplease'alr* who may Tatoraiw _n, )c _Jw
.L toinforns the planters of in the last I fVJt idiht hous V and I id it 'S. S' TXtCKU For four of
VLog.&np1o'cOt. above table, and prepayment of and take plo'asurOjin '* copies either, or part of both d
4JMts ViUe. Jan. 23. 1851, tf tons tbatih stiflcontbueejaanufotn ofthe ter's postage thereon taunt iu all cases be a quar Informing you 'that it' cured me.; I am f.: JaokaouWOctj2,8l__ ,VS' 2r gJ p.iT ring the sessiou MAM 9.*+- *.-. 509

.Is p l atestimj.roved ROLLER MOUSE GINS, dou Periodicals.publishfid at. n ervoll of'mori required ithan the averse to having my name, in prjat.but., for For ten copies of either, or part of botbcdihMis
>
f: AGENC'1i ble ..udstngIeat his usual rates and Is ready to three inbaui&fire charged with the foil rote which I L benefit this of if those that may 00 afflicted,you can NassaOo ntraiaoiietjr'' SI1I zing the sesdn, t .tsrV .,k ia f V V V
fill all orders *at-tliesbortcstnotico must be prepaid. V publish you think it necessary., y VIRTUE : The frftncjo
: ,
J'AiC1.AIMS ftjjorE. prices
AT
WASHINGTON For the of the V S ?* V;Yours with respect rpy ofauthorit'inyijcU papers anfveo IQW, that wivanoe -,
reputation .
Gins
.' ;e---- --- ,apply to the followmgAgents ->n case there u on or jn any newspaper,, / V.* ji-A r ad Iwrn xpose .V.|.BMW In AA payments areiudispensabfe to farry thaoa1
VUlf Ut UMI
WJlJJam E. or totboscbobau them in use: periodical, pamphlet, or other printed matter or t Dr E Poinsett,.1VSUSANNALIIIARTLEY.Jacksonville Court House door of Nassau county, on tha first on, and no order will be attended *:'unleas*la*
Fla. S.
i Kennaugh, .t -AGENTS., V paper connected therewith, n ny manuscript-of SVV V r' Monday of March, 1832, V the followiug described fibaeyaccompaniestt. *** V* w *1 ?

1v ItEAg WILLAKD'S aotELj rrtKSYLVA3iAC4tfoiw 4rEflTE, ViUalonga-t Aeosta, Centervillage.'Ga. v ** any' kind by which Information shall bo asked for,p j ** f 'V f 'Gravelly* VS tracts or parcels of land situated 4n said county::: Subscriptions may bo retnlttettbT5jfl, at m*
or communicated in Hifl Oct. One Id
( to give bis prompt attention to the arjrkBf Cspt. B'ttBythewood, Beaofor, S.C.- \ the afd writing'or by marks or fitM I. Delir Sir{'Your Indian LoxeOust, fa 20, 183L',: idence tract of containing 230 acres, lying near the res. rialq subscribers money at par the seetloA' f-tvmttj?.
Scott ncwaperper1othca1pphi0 a good mad- Mr.'John reside."J *-wwliere -
Higginbotham
.DeYeaux, Charlesten 8./C.> *- or ota r. ierae.' Some on a
:
p ffltnt'and prosecution of cLiiins before Conigt printed matter bebomes subject time since I purchased bottle called Little Mills swamp: ( V
rwon&Harria-Ocahi '- to fotter from ;another tract JOflRt
s :osnpc| .the. Executive iDepartmentf.dlain .- Fernandez, Biseo & Co.Jaekatifle, E. Florid: E. Fbi TVVlV,V.. the and It is the duty of tbo Postmaster-postage femora/i: of A M my
j itulsmg'fiem'tho Revolutionary Florida, K. 11..Dukes, l'alatks, E. F. ter wrappers and envelopes,from all printed mat af severe attack of suffered very much, from described .surveyors as bolon"ia.to.Bancej
$. Hoyt & Co., Savannah Ga. ** '> V and pamphlets not charged with Jetter.po4age > Dysentery cured,him..Soon and are'sold (c cs dne_ from fb
L' or Mexican wars; Invalid, Revolutionary, IlalfjMjfVF'AVwlow S. L. ibIaek&CojAI1igstor for the purpose of ascertaining whether tljera,U p afterwards I had' another negro attacked with the the State |15. VV ,V & dizs
E. F. same disease
*' Pensions .Naval upon or connected with'any such V I'purchuscd'another bottle, and iteareU uU' *
; or
Army; Lartingcr & Harris. -ElixabethtoirnL6ades printed'Jaattct "V J..BRADDOCK
In him itsb: ** V -
Bounty Land or Scrip under law of Feb. II, County, t a. -_ I or would such authorize package, any, natteL or thing>whtch I V tl-do|>of;hesitate sTmoment V 7 : V a3iVa: Sheriff V ud ex oL2'azCdUecor.4i TIE UNDEllSIGN'ED[ teboni1"3..
t>r require the tin4re'ommending nov 27-tds mIfi thitTw h
LI 1517.or August 10, ISIS; Arrearages of J'ay and ALSO.v, *aVOf postage thereon.; :'charge'NXlIAL; &*hirb,r your IndtahUbxecuat to the public, as being the V : : VV SVV VVVV.Sf5t. Bricklaying. ifs.onrj PhMrteriajj. hr V
IMUHtge 'Volunteers EXTRA BOXES A!CD BacsHEs'canhscribcf.'at ., i *- .." "'* 11 V most certalnremAdy ffr &e. &e. fie *
dui'rctorning ;, Claims for J" / "Postmaster Qen 'Dysontery ,that I have iV5i1VOOUflty Tax witt** rnisl*> plaaairf
s todderate 1 .Posr L ever nwdor heard of.4 Collector's s'alo
rats..j,8 If when
wtt OFFICETBPAKT gee ,
EST"Jiine' you Desired by for wao&
proper, t
persons
3 s'ljpct and other you can e
Property destroyed'ExjUacamd Gins, o, GU. please u -- publish this. Yo.ur to..ossufo
reared : in wprkV without
fflp Attest 'tteiiDfE *- < truly, BY51RT0f0ritr mel>ylawVsP extras obatg tie
I ( by Volunteers before -p V VS .
4 being nuuP V ; MlLLPRI expose in-front of the well ksown to the citizens 6f Jft
I ttt.fl* oeive4 into servlco; "WaggpnmasJfM I '4* St.VMSTsGetrgi;$. rx ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE V l'oinsettlacksthiyilje." : Court JIonse door of Nassau county, en tBe'flrtt: 'competent mnechanle. and wor ) .
June monthsaft : t'S -
5,185I d&I
in.l.JtV
4 r will apply to the % r Monday Marcb.1852 300 already for citizens$1 the
Hop,. ,
: acres Of pMe1i.
r.i TeamsJLcrs' claims j Urines', sailors', t ,Judgo of,Ptobte ofN)4sueemg7fi V..a2nVVSJ; : ... M., V/Vt 25,1851.V VV V land, lying V in jaioT county owned thirdqurOtt V$dditiOnal evidence ofhi tebrjteu
v & .& ... nfsslofl as estt I Dr E Poinsett-Sir<'This b>to or boIsjrLaxe3Vdu.; byJohttBellamy .
.. 5t 1Wn certify that I fbr
jtl JS E and
LCAmnuniof. Moulds
t ? GeIgetdec.aae4 z J have been V > casts for ornamriW ..
,Van4VZr permanently cured of
t> presintjny account a severe Diarrhoea W ;lil 4-I.
.tJng.aM thitorisaeoesearyor.woper BJUpDOGK ralMnrnlahed.
1 V It1\I cI MahIjesoh and voucHen M said Administrator.1.*:All ] by the use of your most valuable medicine V r .? f JQy
f pi.sMLo ('eUlrns, together withth* rules bs.YIflclImsigalaat th. state arafdnly notified'portonS I.1J Indian lx>XC' UftJft l' SBfieriner fnpntini*' that called i'! oZTanC. N. B.-ToPlinters he would jay be

Io4t.sn1tloe! governing' the:different! Dcpa v V JACOB-GEIGERrAtoV": motha with tha;dsssudiseaseVI take$ VS V _V'5 5V V V V jfeiti xperienee In putting up Sugar Battedusiul. so. '
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1 'b prepars1. to nadcrUke'all claims May 21,51.. uro in'roeoinineudtng'yonr most valuable ixiet AI work in that line, confident that he osj'jllr
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prepared to do all work In tlewm.snu cIneAosliaInhils.rhyaflhjekd.V I the amplest .
rt feted"soevif. that V setjsfactp.t| ChRgeJurte. '
require tho services h ue. both t -SI 54 V ,
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ttVXtittelKjrtlilMilwr \ bu a new Manufacturing., r NOtJCO.V I tenIn your,truly V V i r J.cP

f>*rtt lafc>tteat0n.! given;to the proper letUettW.oQairtermasters'accounts. p Basses-4l process usual'metbttdThoiJowishing OtlUFLE1NUw3i1eh sw> Da.tLEMJNGwvu Inform the vtUzms "of r O1fN5O V ColumnaVCOUfltY deoeas &ott.late ol l wksonTille, May 29, 1851.jB .
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ctZes: :. / dregaLitodhytheanjoant. G h rantmitbuff ave them made,ntrust to rderAlirMacilnerr tf't V his' arajriU'receive'and L 13itdlngton he ponaente. Vioiaitj't ac as sftSssaS -- 'e& % Z ;L*iCtjr en ,* c.iV"V bSS5V1.V to 7krstheM present thamn.:t& th, hereby renIred I t f r. TO ttfa"de'iites to Inform khJIb

id tb* extent of services required.; Jiehopus botosO applIcation SSfffP1* 1otsn4 inth. eolfertlon I D5fi r SObS zndcbto pss 'I'Jl .that the has dissolve beyqnetIesr
All eomnjBalcatloiui, to Insure Insertion must t busus !1 WMU IiutabWto-Mi areTeV tGm&k : wuoriiM
'. o o mertta .bars ofpb11 patroni&ge. 5 pletelycure4on cuiw uumngton House.' Mrs. YViaaM
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;44. ViV4n.: : efficacy wKer*.all other medicines had V Administrator.
failed r charge
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