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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 19, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (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).
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'We have'already d."th. t'Mr. ALLEN, [Laughter.] At that lime'there'was a great and.u.intenac of those measures as *'6.i <*"v art is- "thus ibowfcioM 4 u fco tha most Jmportanttffln pres iiiepW. t on of.well known i ifia'prii.i'cp'Les therefore, can. be.no" obstacle riD the waref i'B' .1.1I

oWof f: die. eiect'to'the' House, 'of',Represen-, ": cry oI'indigtin.1e only question '.was nal.adjustment. .. :'_.#". .-'-'" "'-" "' ... dectiyeof.tbeeaiues< iD opera1iof: '*' That ,the o process physical i has l'la'Y bee, to:?,sQecessfulthe practical tee;I an 'p..reJl.cit..h.n: If'l taft" mance XtheWe '
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t claim that such,things ,right to a Natlohal Union Convention oTithrouhoet, byiling : proof:',were : < I and it is hoped that at feast a wtsao .' i
of Massachusetts The would andEectorl } xnggestipn, however w.for the .first time tion fl
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Democrats'and'Free-solersr -, ; have considered ,itapracticabilityhaVfc&aBbftw&aaa
gent1emal hlmse1 ; Hon.,James crete coi t posed.of tj.tiagle i or
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made' an attack on Mr.'WEB-' itwa an outrageous and Cndidates. the ,bkewithny. proposed, iisone-o'thoii'faeta:solsinijleJeX i ,: Ihat it may;not be allowedltb Blob'befeV:I V. : j
the Electoral Can'didates :oiThojAep cements .
Where Clean ar .!?important in.its'..application that, the These views thrown
naln the course of the debate "on the Mexican proceeding. gentlematfodtbe :for Stt at kige.iTbeRome adapted 'J:tbutpose-of wtiidi ,..tbeiaesever ,wonder,, is that i ithadnot.hought 'b f of'' otbfrs are bnt"to''elieitlh 'I.t..
distinction, ? opinions :
!! betwe1tat.;c Ga.) Courier .the l kd.-So1id'pile.like hcish1th- onlthe.'subjfct.iad.'lr: '
indemnity, bill Itis, ,worthy of remark Massachusetts and 18511Does ( expa confdent'op} before But like similar applications of telentdlcJacfs' they have any facts within their.knowledjw
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on that the erto,employed! are sunk:m a 1 ,
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thit'Mr. ALLRN was once a WEBSTER man, the suit of clothes constitute the differ* Jar mannetbe1ower end frecise1 bearing upon it. they may t* i induced to"fciv
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1 Is it the commission Georgia'will afldpT the same conrse: .Te dmtrost.bysoffle, arid itrhip trea'tetf withtidicule them,to t public;; ForWtf I
tras in the PhiladelphiaConYention of'1848, ence as a' justice of plan of the Journal :&T 'being lifted with* hollow, casing! afoot, or by others,''uutfjtjyalne'has. been at havearrived {
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: the peace, which he"ctualy got, which less m -sboe,1J and l JQ.11ctarc.of and. circumstance* in
and- bolted front It because Mr. WEBSTER of: an- depthrcalled having in eatabliehedby oracular
correspondent acton is1af ', proof Vet this un tD "8tence ofthis .
the the ; sectipn_of.the.Stalfc ,
WaS not the po "nee. On the 23d ,ult. Mr.Dins tion make which the gentleman Her, and corrup' cus, not appear to inert, { favor its top an aperture for the insertion of the scarcely f&llto, force 'the -tomridlion .of:its .which; ,demands action; .to,promote the jnte "*""* .
by virtue ble reception, and .confess our'inabiit suction pipe which descends' with it, and is the **'
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(Whig)of Mass. thus diverged to re- of which he holds his seat; it was not to appreciate! ,its wisdom J( ., afterwards '.detach d**and;drawn,.up. By conversant practicability with npon the laws'of, mecb of'eTery nica.'one- ests be disasterous.and future prosperity That ,ufju ,Delay may t,)

pub, his,colleague, and to give a sketchof one justice of the peace, but five hundred means of contrivance termed a' jacket ;In,what way.tben( may' this process be river. must be : the navigation of"oar- J1t
improved the tdvaa-
parties in ,the old Bay State : Justicesvbo wer'tought of in open market .Pneutc Pile Driving;' rock lying,below sand ,,orBhingle; may ;:be valuable"! to Fast Florida The' bar of the t tages af ourincreesng! secur ad 1 ,is :dlDi\t\ {: "' 'P'
wa sweep governorship, -' penetrated with implementsailready known, St'Jobn's river, it is,known, has been considered The facilities mustbemcreased' om.5'1
MyColleague i Is particularly earnest upon judgesbips-rin short, of everything that From the .American Railroad Journal. and the solid pile inserted into tt, whenever a difficult one,of entrance, in consequence dale t.he demand. Are"we to ,
the subject of corruption. tie professes flatters the pride and ambition of man ; andit Awe believe the process of sinking the it may,be desirable. .r o ',of the shifting.banks of.sand which river. saalf foieyer>remaiak' willing: .that-' "

extreme fear of corruption. Now, there is was ail to be given, provided the leadersof formations of bridges and piers upon the The dejA attainable' by this process, may sometimes obstruct the'navigation, by'diYid- !) a transit! for the productions mere .ca ol Uto'iiiriiw tbt; .. $.

a particular piece of corruption, as I conioer.it the two'parties would fall down and warship above principle to be a .get.improyement ke considered'for practical purposes,'unlimited ing thecbannel into twoVr' more, branches rIch'I'olls of all East Florida: to..Savannah .itl..

occurring in our own State, before the golden calf of coalition. I wat over the cofer-a o ;:jrater may be removed 'by it to ""a so that! vessels"of light draft'only cairenierthe CDi rkston' and New York/.wBen ,' t 'I

bis own eyes-I might say occurring at his anxiously for.my colleague point t I pie we tSr.:'bur, .readers a depth kthirtr feet, and solid material' to :rlyer, thus1'diverting from-our -waters alsohave the .bips'or.'loreitm we rt might kat" ,. J r:t
own instigation-that Ilhmk his talents and me,the distinction between the ethic of l statement\ of, this a practically one very mach greater. The'rate, at which ,much trade,'especially with2 foreign markets, our wharves to exchange'their.products for"urs ,
tweeriight' be more profitably directed Bell purchase and the ethics of coa n tested in England 'We believe it the' tubular pile;.or Casslon, descends, is dependent which we should have, if these obstructions > ?, And this, with:? proper eaerrir jnay .

against than in hunting up these trumpery purchase.Now could be used with great; economy, and on the rapidity of the extraction,r of did not exist. 'The bar of the'St Mary is be done.:If there is a crisis:it hahdJn' cut t.t

charges against the Secretary State. Now, nobody at a distance fro JlaSacu would,be the means of securing.much more the atmosphere from its -interior. With a much deeper;yet the river, i in commercial commercial re'ations! ,'let'us be' prepared 'by a :
what are thei facts There are three parties setts could explain by the aid of te 'ecn permanent structures than. those built upon good pair of air pumps, of proportionatesize ,importance, is far inferior '10 the St. Jobn'wtiich' % a corresponding| improvement'of"onr facilt. f-

iii Massachusetts, and I mean to bring which God has given hm preciselyhow itt any other method. and weir worked, thedescent, is surprising has its source in a tropical region, ties of trade, to, encourage and 4ocrease.ifj .
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this matter close home, so far as Mr. Webster that |tro parties tha occupied such exact'ly This is an entirely hew and 'strkingly effective '' but with assistance of a Voider or running through hundreds of miles of rich i ftC, that it be'not diverted. mto, other. eban. ti'"rnds.

is concerned. There is 'the Democratic opposite ground upon ,the compromise ques process for causing bodies of a given large vessel previously exhausted of its air, hammock'and pine lands covered with various I Ii ', ..,t. e ,.
party which in terms resolves, indor- lon could be brought up to t. mart-the form and in certain situations, to descend it !is almost instantaneous particularly when i ,kinds! of marketable'timber, soon,however 0 --- ...t
testhosejneasures, known as the compro one to help to send to the & the United into the earth, to a very considerable,depth, shingle beach and boulders, form the material to give place to other products which Th Forret Case at:9Tcw York. ."S .
\ mise'measures. There is the Free-soil parIs Staefor.1 years, a man who would during -! with an ease and rapidity approaching those to be acted on. The weight 'that the .I are to be developed from the soil by an en- This remarkable 1. which occupied the: ; ;{
which is sustained and kepttup by hatred that long period profess and enforce with with which trom their own specific gravity, tubes are capable' sustaining when sunk terprising body planters, now flocking into i Superior Court of the city of New York for: .i .'
to compromise measures, including tbefutives1ave his whole power, doctrines which they regarded they would descend in water. and filled up, is enormous. Nineteen, each our State; all which must have a transit a period of thirty day, and much ferijrazeVf: I ::1"':

law. There is the Whig par. a demoralizing and disorganizing; and Our earth is surrounded' by a mass of ma- one foot in diameter, and 16 feet in, length, through jts waters' to a market. 'But so the public! aUention'all; the derail' of'the-", }
ty, which I take it by their State resolves the other to lend its influence to put juto terial fluid, known as air, (about sunk by this process in sand eighty''Ieet in long as these obstructions are allowed to exist evidence having been, published in "teveraf" .{

without taking perfectly distinct ground upon power in the State offices of the commonwealth 45 miles perpendicularly xtendinl every portionof depth, support a pier of a.' stone i viaduct ,.this increasing trade'must pass 'out bv of tbe daily'papers pi I.' that city came TtaV ..

the compromise measures, still take perfectly of Masachustt a set of men ut- its surface. .A column: of this air, rising passing over an ara of ,the sea in.Anglesey, small vessels to neighboring- States, to enrich close by the rendering of the verdict of ihe? '
distinct ground in sustaining Mr. \Vebptrr. terly and oppos to them in all throughout its entire height, and of one inch : and sustain a weigh of. 600 tons, without their cities,'while we shall have no important jury on Monday,morning the 25th'nhv: : What are the numbers of these par- tbose points which professed t think diameter, is of the weigbtof about 15 Iba. sinking hair's breid.f The Trinity'Board market town of our own on' the At occasion presented an tc ting'sce" e "bieb>' {

ties! The number of Whig votes is 64,000; most essential. Well, I will tel you bow it -Upon every square inch of surface just have,purchased'a'litense for the use of the lantic. : engaged the publfc-curiosity. The, follow! ** :

number of the Democratic: voles is 43,000; was. It was party hatred, that party such a column is of course continually incumbent process, and are conslantly:-,employing\ : The St. Mary's, simply oh account of herb ing account of it is"copied from (th6 Ne1. :f i.-I.
the number of the Free-soil is 22,000, leaving hatred leveled against the man whom we and hence the pressure of the at- Several beacons have thus' been, placed, on r, has been spoken of as the'probable terminus ,York Courier:..: ? a. n'i .

the Whigs a plurality, which anywhereelse have bear villined to day. Nothing else is commonly said to be "equal{ to sand-banks and in-, other dangerous situations of a railroad across ''the State'while tAs early a. nin'-o'clock yesterday vmd, 11:'- .M

would be a majority of 21,000 votes.- but could I am sure, have influenced about 1 lbs. to the square inch." Nowthis ; tube 2 1.2 feet' h diameter, has been on every other account the St.John's is preferable ing, a large-number of 'individuals'were'attendance .I1"" :! .
Of that vast majority of whigs and .democrats the pary of' Masachusett totake enormous 'pitssure-imoui.tingto nearly sunk 33 feet into the Goodwin Sand,!where, for the 'termination of such a work. ,at the doors of the SuperiorCOirt,' ,l
you have 100,000 against 28,000;;one the course they ., From the Boston Cornmonwealth a ton upon every square foot, is sufficientto as already stated,-Aduiira1-Beaufort could This road, no' doubt, would' be a; work'01 an.tious'to he'prse t"atthe Announcement- ,
part of whom sustain the compromise measures which is the organ of the Free- crush almost.everything beneath it; but force a steel bar only,eight .fee "'dC.wDj; and great value to MhIJle'Florida.-' an outlet and r cord'ofMhe scaled'yerdict Dwed Ii*:,-' r r
which Mr. Webster advocated, and soil party and.it is my practice read the the pressure of fluids"is'equal in ill dir there seems every rea o*'to believe"that by for her products, while,'East Florida would Saturday 1 last,' by the jury m the Forrest case', t tAt tl

the other part of whom, judging i by their of-t'e side more than own, for tions; and: hence, to us,"remains, imperceptible means of this invention those frightful shifting be'injured, if tbe termination should be carried twenty minutes 1o ten 'o'clockMt.Ed- .'
-.ote. their State convention, sustain Mr. rap granted that my own, are always ; just as that of water does to fish. sands might now be fixed; and a> harbor to the St.'Mary's The St.John's is the WID'Forrest entered the Court'Robmr': At,* 1 4" I

Webster,making 1lsl said before 100,000 right-from the Boston Commn It is however only necessary to withdraw, formed at .comparatively inconsiderable natural outlet for all East Florida,and much ten: o'clock, the presiding judge took his seat f fand :

against.28,000. That was .the case last the organ of the Freesoil party I wth or partially extract,.the from a given re- cos .- trade from the Suwannee now finds its out .Mrsl Forrest eriteriftjrsjjortly'aftefani; ( : % 'j : ."
year Something like that was the case the folowpbicb. was,the,rallying, cry for the ceptacle 'o( enclosed. space a, to destroy this The material of which the Cubing is composed let here, which would be cut off and diverted counsel on both Asides",being'- present 'the.'' .
year before. Well, what was the result, the year our Lord 1851 rIn / counteracting pressure and 'lb.appliances is in general=cast iron, but'any other," from us if a terminus should be established Clerk of the Court-was'directed to tall the
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and what has happened in that State ?-" the next place there must be UNION adapted to,the purpose'to cause;the natural when'more suitable, may employed; such elsewhere; but if any.means can'be devised jury roll when all answered to their n rnes. T.' J f

Here were two parties, the Democratic and and EFFORT,' CONFIDENCE and .CONCESSION. and inevitable! results ,to_.become palpably for instance, as the artificial granite patented to improve; the;: bar'of the St.)''John's, 'the Tbe foreman then handed theeaIed'vCrdict', 'J.
Fr .soll party, directly opposed to' each No concession of principle, for none is re by Mr. Biukwellt and consisting of a 8il whole interests of the:'State-would' be more to the Court; by :\,htin( it 'was_opened- and jf 't j ;!

other'upona ground which wa vital to the quired. To our .Freesoil friends we say- apparent.Of facts the nventorof the present cious cement, enveloping a mass of, shingle, effectually- subserved byh this,'than,it cnnld! scanned 'It was next handed' to thI'CIerk. ,! :
existence of the Fre'soi party, and which :now that we wish to rebuke process*has'availed himself, to work out effects flint &c.:, capable of being tdbulded' into tubular be by any other work of internal improve of the COUrt' and directed to-be teadrand'1 : ;. J{
was most CMinal in the creed of the tter,.to sustain Charles Stunner,Dani-We both novel and startling in themselves cylinders of any form or capacity,'and ment which could be. devised.' And cannot amidst the most complete silence,! ',the follow' i; : f;,'

Democratic party. Those parties met together upon the fugitive slave law its framers Imp anaapologists and important and valuable to the communi which be states are to be obtained at about this be done V ing verdict was announced' j55;: :: !:z.'" ;-4 't,

and made a bargain. The Freer soil ,the of popular the ty... process is available for the foratOD two-thirds the cost of brick.. Tubes of cast !ts'acoTceded: ppmion- that.;it the sands "Ther Jury", will "answer, :'lhe"rfolloyquestions l '- : iii
party united with the Democratic party, and Democrat s furthest frm rtrok of shafts for mines and wells;; but the iron:will not be injuriously affected MJ>y the at the rhbuth"of the river can l be"prevented; -- : '; r 1 ..

sent to the Senate of the United States thewottalenied than any Whig can'be.: To our Democratic purpo* to which is at'present chiefly api action !ol 'salt water:'tbeconstitoents"ofwhibentering from shifting,and filling up the ,channel, by .F1rstz.b35 ,n the J-defeadantEi : .

and eloquent man who could friends we that you wish, to sustain the sinking of piles to form foundations 'into: chemical;combination lateral walls'or, break-waters 8o'"tbaftbewaters"would ,wi&Forrest, 81uce, haS' ;marftager.' with the T: ,
bcr (tented from the Free soil ranks ; my ( Gov.JBoutwellto saynow retain the State adminis for the construction of docks, with the iron dissolve only a!sufficient 'por be.forced jto.: 'flow between plaintiff'.Catharine: ..Forrest coiimiUeIadIttery'a:5 i 1-

colleague [Mr. Allen] always excepted.Laughter. .- tration to and to the reformsso railroad brdgs light hrbr, batteries tion of it to.form the material in';contact them', a channel'of suffidentdepth.; ;)v uld in' the 4" 'cocnpIafntia- # is'action,v .v _

( .] For whom were the Democrats preserve perec winter, the the'r 1maton of waste with the metal into a concrete'of ;the; most be:formed toraH! practical purposes.;' Aninsuperable charged .. = ,,;,;:t' c ;
'i li'Massacbusetss who were in favor auspiciously is furthest from you is near land from the'sea,'ttc': enduring kind It is 'common to'find ,bolts obstacle to"the: accomplishment A. He has' *;* '
oth -ar' with Mexico called ,btEfFor and other work- of 'vessels l lost Second-Were f T rebC'tih saUp-ainj! f. ,
upon er than any whig can be. Let the spirit The manner in which this operation ba Iron- uponthe of such a pmjectb'owevErhas been thoughtto ,
: a gentleman who' said,' when animate the allied forces,'and victory is sure." until lately.been performed is this :-the piles' coast. amidst a hard mass of:conglomerate exTst'in the ,cbu cter'.of.the, foe.Jatioo tiffs Inhabitants of this State1'at. ,the,,tilDe,bfthe .
Mr Winlhrop voted for the preamble and. are driven into the earth by means of aweightwfiicbis thus.created. and- the inYentor.of .the a-tA commissiou"bf"said adoltery'by the sau|: -'
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bill giving supplies To'ourtfdOpsTnTMexlco"Ibat .Dtbi Ah..lwurln,' W6 wound up tdlhetolOr.aframe 'w ui h-V _yaflVI Ctq: : k-sasids would forbid the defendant. : > "Tl"v 7-i/
Mr. Winlbrop ought rather to. allow us. glorious defeat 1! and then'allowed to fall,'some dozen such' 'a. concretion, 0 f'w h. cast-iron construction .walls.of: by the'orr Ai. -Thev were.. 'f., % ;* r li
masonry ,
destructive and abortive !. Need the nucleus. It is dear Third \Vasorwas the i-ief: .. ,
oannytopassbetw en'the Caudine Ob triumph feet or more,'upon ;the"pile' beneath. This pitch-kettle formed dinary method, for asCsbon'' the'waterswere : not
Now I a not-much of a Latin Ck., t ,that I would rather be .defeated' fifty procedure is at timesextremely ,tedious. laborious therefore, that,sand&c.:, ,into F understand.that theCaudine lork do 'not times in tat way-,- than have one such suc and expensive, ,some cases tubes had been sunk, would.rapidly be converted channel'would be deepened to such a degreeas the time of the commencement of tlus action t .

differ materially from.the' ,butchery; cess.Mr. wholly Solid. particles' under conglomerate rock but this effect to undermine and: precipitate "them",into A;. He.was/ ." w ,
and that the Caudine'fort: Tenable. So ha I. presure inefectua to'form natural ar m y prevented by defending the metal the channel-thereby,forming a 'more formidable Fifth-Has or has not the plaintiff: com";'' .
.. Winthrop should have left Mr. Davis. ,But .up within seven f fOrced among them is driven from the action of the water by means of'a obstruction to navigation' !h-n"exl te.d mitted adultery alleged agaiJ her iD the, : -

mtbatMr throat to the tender of thousand them.' We stand shoulder to arytbing arhes and hence its descent casting of;varnish or pigment adapted to the before. The drivingof'pis, by the, .OrdinarY answer in this-action? :*,1 1A 4
mee shoulder and though out-numbered, I can : She has not.'S _
lhiMeiicintnik. becomes extremely difficult notwithstandingits purpose. would a1so"be impracticableVbecause' ; ,
The democratic party aretinJavor of nonintervention tell my coleague are not by any 'means being wedge-shaped 'or pointed in the Where the tube is required to be of large process they could not be'sunk' to'. a depth Sixth.Was or was not the plaintiff a resident J.: -
another fact and inhabitant of tbi5-State aube time"3of f
is regards slavery in the Statesor subdue. I striking manner customary. Such,' indeed, is the dimensions-as in the case of an insular detached sufficient, to give'them'the stability necessary ; '
with It i is well of this aclion 1 ; J *&
tetritories. They,were called upon to send ths matter. resistance ofl redtba, on the Goodwin Sand, erection of any kind,'it may be ,constructed (o resist the combined action.of.the waves the" commencement r ,
UrthtrTJoited States Senate for six' yea a known that two years ago, before the dec a steel bar could be forced only' eight feet -after the manner of a bottomlessvat and the undermining, process mentioned A. She was. \ J:
of intervention tion of the present Freesoil United States ,of _number ,of stave-like, pieces of Sev nth-Was- was'iibf the plaintiff an''tt-J.
gentleman who Vis in favor down with a sledge-hammerand, Captain a above. But none of these objections /existagainst
anywhere,"or at least up to the verge of the Senator, and after'tb election of Mr. Bout. Bullock, B. N., found that a pointed iron wood. These vat-like tubes may, be of a the use'of the hollow piles sunk' by actual inhabitant of" this State'at the time'of''I'f
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the ofthi6iltts the Democratic governor, there were of inches sunk'13 diameter and the upper portions of article the commission such.adultery by'the de-4
Constitution They fient to Senate well rod three diameter, when large the Pneumatic proCesS described in the '
who ,.twenty or thirty Democratic membersof feet in blows ofa them'so fitted as to become secure habitations methods fendant within this State: and als0atth '
a gentleman the same, required forty-six up alluded to ;, here, where the other, 't
of decared the House who would have nothing to with feet fall!, for occupied, in the cultivaof this be" to time of the commencement of this'action1'
found in one monkey weighing t twt, ten persons fail, seems to exactly'aJ pted "' f-
ed volumes, that there were depths of"infamy'as do with Mr. Sumner. What 'did the' Free- to drive it one ,inch deeper! Engineers, in reclaimed land, or engaged in fishing, pi- the existing' circumstances, for these tubes A. He was. ; :. '.
well as well as height of fame- soil paper do then It came put the very fact'admit that hitherto piles have frequently lotage, 4ic., or' the, staves may be, merely may be made'in any form'desired, and sunk Eighth-What annual amount of alimony" "-.o.t**

that President Fillmore ba the former next morning after the first failure to elect been driven by "eroM-eut aw that is,' temporarily.pinned together, and. the, tubes to any .requisite depth to," sure their stability ought to be'aUowrd to the plaintifl' 1 0 *$
and that he had better never have been and said that Governor .Boutwell the'workmen have found 'it 'easier to cut so constructed, having floated to the ;' and:by continuous lines of them, A:; ThreeTliou Dollars.' 1nd the'Z;
born tha.nto, have signed the fugitive slavebi make any changes or appointments to office them 'off at the'top than accomplish the spot required, and sunk to the proper depth;; waifs.of'anylength'or width desired;'can'be The Jury\vbofe'-issue say: that they''itt 1 the';tot I

}. What induced ,Democratic, party until the Unite States Snatorhip'was'di physical impossibilities expected of them a rock of concrete cement and shingle,'into built .The cavities of,the piles, caD be filled plaintiff found proceed-iiT
totlb this What, I IY. induced the Democratic posed of. paper underst it when provided only with the appliances which masts pr wrought Jron,bars, may be with concrete of shells l shell-lime, and ings, and that in answer iothey'
to lo this What.was HI. men. There was the greatest excitment hitherto'employed. inserted, .may,be formed,in it, and the stares sand, which of itself would almost be a sufficient the affirmative onSthe-lst, 2d, 3u\4th6thw. .
Why, pry were the offices'of: the State and the most anxious expectation ulti By the new; process, however the resistance loosened i and withdrawn, leaving behind barrier against the waves and rand. and 7th questions of fact "pectg ;I in tfie'!- -

put pp like mutton and in the sham- matter was arranged, and the the spoken of is overcome or. utterly an- them a olumn of perfectly solid rock, and When two'walls are formed on:'either',side der of Dec. 24,11850, and in tbe.-negntn'f;in'said"or-illt W.1
bee treasury were thrown open to the hungry to be applied to tbe formation of.simi of cbannel and ,.the"water is forced to the 5th question of last specified
bid ,I will tell you The leaders of nihilated, and piles aresunk to any depth ready the' : found that be allowed
der alimony
the two parties met Repealed caucuses I remember a engraving after Landseer, in required, by other, 'instantaneouS and far lar structures ad infinitum. rUIL.between them, instead of flowing off the,:and they, the amount of, e'Thou-i:' *.
; as'an ultimate result, t>ix courciors the which a number of, very hungrylookingdogs hind more powerful 1 agency than could result from A succession of tubes.may be added Iongi'tudinallyto : laterally; the velocity of 'the current is in- sand'.Dillars.a plaintiff T. ;. '. *{
are squatting standing on their the first; if by means creased in of'which The channel -
governor, lieutenant governor, the application ofany force that we possess. necessary consequence the "' ,;
all
were given to the Democrats; while 8 three leg, with watering mouths and, terrible anxiety Such operations are usually carried on in of screw,'flatige -cement'or'other joints, so must of necessity:"be.rdeepened, by:"the i[Signed by Jarors.0 j

Dcdlorstbe United States senator, and in their eyes, watching a meal tray:, I sand, shingle"clay, and &cn forming the bed I as to form a column of any length;;the shape process,"and the walls,will,'effectually prevent The finding on,the"firstvcount/whicli: iro.: i
C sergeant'atarms, and some' other make- over which a very pory.lokang dog; IS of an arm of.the sea, or of a river, or in may be cylindrical} angular,or conical, so as theencroachmentiof sands 'tromthe'sides iiounced the detenda.tI\< guitty of*the. crim' ;
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weight officer went the Freesoil' party. keeping guard., [ engraving swampy ground, and, in general, it is necessary t cause them to fit each other laterally,,and to fill it up again, or divert it: to.w alleged; of"the' fifth; which declared' thelnocence '

The two parties higgled t and chaffered, day I embodies these lines of the distich:, ,.in the new process, that there shall be form acontnoiis line or wall;:and their, di- directions. No danger need be apprehended of the'plaintifl'aiidthe! answertorJ ed'Uw

byjday, and night by night, in long and "Each wild with hope,and maddening to prv some small depth of water'over, the spo see ameter may range from one-eight of an inchto ,from the undermining'of"bese"Willa.if they the, ighth'question* .determl,received..' *'- '
heated meetings; to'the distribution of feints the pliant ear and,wags the ti' lected ;' and this, if not present;,may be readily 50 or 60 feet. A are sunk to the:depth of which this process amount of alimony were each which: "- *
these'"offices-each a'begging the other Well, there was something of that sort supplied.-- -' *" The expense and,loss of,time {occasioned is capable of sinking, them, for their base the gallerythsigns'o approbation, r
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eome'flj) to the price of its puffed and advertised t- seen in Massachusetts. The pottage was I The form of pile u ed is a hollow cylinder by the construction,of.coffe!- al may thus .I will be far'"enough below' the' bottom of the however :were'''answer quickly rendered suppressed.'vNo5sooner to the flfik-':
conscience and patriotism! savoryEsau was hungry, and the birthright or.tube' ofany convenient' shape, diameter be avoided; and it is a striking characteristic channel to ensure'their stability against any was'th'e

.adrertised I sav as :thor Putelsy. a'ver and .all.went (Laughter!). What and length and having each of its ends open. of,the process'that while the descent of the action of. the surf; in fact, we have a barrier 'questioiNthau' (crowd apparently belownow"ouaing by some ttlegraph.J+'* \i ito ..

were fire annihilator or Emerson's then, is the state, of ,the, case } Why, This tube is placed perpendicularly' over the piles, although.,so rapid! may, graduated as unyielding: ''milsseS''oflock"filJed ic sigtoal"the. hundred sent"'pt* ;
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rt&r Piipsf. I will do them the justice, these twenty-six 'thousand voters, concentrating -* spot which it is 'required, to penetrate the to the greatest nicety,'once thus'sufficietuly up by nature's.masonry,', If-.it s ould. be some eight shout that almost'persons drowned the,* \
their rage :and resentment on one 'becomes impossible' force them, objected tbat as there are flood as ;well'asebbtides" continuous
and
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the
there end -.through. water, ,
Lowever, and I feel bound to say wasnoTBftrj1n lower ,passing of the Clerk: as' he proceeded; rTb #*: *
silvered head '. that their:chief amount of pressure that can ;and masses of sand maybe'moyedbackwards voice
'one :respect tbere was as grey making resting on the surface beneath. To the upper deeper by any been'separately'interrogated by c'the
of treachery to -, and leading objfct and (sacrificing every end, !is fitted moveable cover, havinganapirturej.oadmit be applied. 'j.c. ?I" and forwards by these contending jury having in the afltrma-i a |J
perfect an impartiality prinipU6D .
ucan1be principle'for of, venting theiirage the suction pipe of anexbausting ___, ,'_ < f 'Jt forces consequently,obstructions'may stet!! .Clerk_ ,_and_ all answering' .L.L _
eier'i expected from .l .A* purpos, V* J"1 1 'n l 'that wfll sand4 ,ne ess to remind all live, Mr.,CFUonnor rose 10 a roouon inai UWT-
t not s'
on man, nave succeeded oy -It is found, in practice, only exist it; ry'::001,
Wortali-
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$he ns mptrection- mt pump j pipe oemg be carried 'the .factthat'tbe verdict be recorded; .Mrtj Forrest, whtfhaiTshed +
an and upto of
'exhibited moves on the political ches'boan'in cans i inserted and the air with which. it I shingle,mud bog clay such as,make.these objections the.
iySuch a )pump; itonea are carried ia mupen- doling its ;announcement, bere'i'
se Wa nevr pile bat even large is in all rivers tears
latter :
surface of sentiment : etmngerntheforinerand
,in' thu was ing.a expte 81t communicates set.'in action the effect becomes of soil .be mastered,
dreamed eoontrv lion kind cai
or ; a ;to that every tide i in rose and retired-to..an adjoining room,;ae-r.' >>
.fr .exbib t4 infold Ma -sacbaseUs). The, lead vastly different from the stale, of,senlimerif immediately obvious,the tube beginning : exeept rook and there it d* not:wanted,'because should! the flood: hiring byseveral of.)htr, frienda -;Oa -,-
companied
kericf.io:ffbole parties 'bought vp by,one which. actually*- ;"exists' 'in ..c.Massachusetts. instantly. to sink,and"rapidly'burying there Journal.is;a'.lOUd' J'*foundat1on.-Civil- .' ": Engineer's; : sand, (it wbich'will mbre,is,unlikely.than be'to.swept angreatet.but by the her way thither she appeared deeply excited {
yildtwasting of theothcesoftheowwoawea1th. : itself, the material through wliicD.it' passes tent,) i windoyr:jhat A,
? -,-Tile whole of the'Artesian Wen, now proposedfor ebb tide for a11thewater, ,coming into'the and there :taking a seat by a
rushing in tofu up!the'vacuum caused bythe'partial IQPpllDl.th"Metro 1 with pure,water, ;r the floodls carried but by the ebb- looked outjupoa the Park, gave vent toIiet. !,X
will Alabama Union Party withdrawal of the air, and" be tunk mean!of this process, in a very river by .
I want to bear what the gentleman passing might by all that ia, furnished the emotions endeavoring to hide .her; featureen'from" wV
The the two resolutions the tube and the ction. short of;time,'ud at a cost -much wlUun in addition also, by
ear-about this.great crime against our nstitq9thtiwholesaIecocnp following are important 'up through e ipll apace' those: immediately.surroBudiofa-
; that at present estimated for them.. ,.1.- -.,, riverljTbe durabiliryof the material i is anotbeV'Tnatterbf"consideration -
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nn, ibis tnonstroB lately adopted by.thehUnion party of: the air q'mp1ntothe'; receiver providedfor -tFrom .'colltmun1c tloa recently received from Cast iron is her. Ttoth Mr.,'Van Burea and Mr.OCoo: ff
.-I bad almost jwiul, thisinexplicablefalsehood of Alabama, !;tio Slate Convention : tT ;,'i! it, leaving the tube ready for ;the Tecep Frank.Forster E q.l Superintending,:fingtneer; spoken: 'of,in'the article referred.to haying .:nor made motion i in respect'to. the iar Bge':* -

.to"concieoceandvto: God, ,to, thehearj"of.inin 5. Resolved; That,.an epoch>has, commenced tion of'whatever material may" bethought it appears that a foundation,placed w*the position force been to'tbis use}add, the prevalent opinion merit of the details of thecasecafldtbeCUJt''f ,J .
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,.and" ,1 vpatuu'of,* hincYker4sa *,}* -bich requires us'to,forget past pejtical -, proper. to fill up and render it a solid column. of where the the current waah and ii very,tho;great-pwlng lDonabl oatureiotJ to the that put i'ronwill 'be. .so)much corroded, bVtbe'action.'of'sa1t'water appointed'10 o'clock tonorrow morning for5 .t '
.the ...3V1erewi4lieT noI ft he mgativetboull1 fundamental cause these -The Courtwaa'thelt'iC" '
: etleman1Ttbei1 difleres-td mjuistir, longer sarid has now stood for nearly two'1ears"aD4faound as to render if"vtifitfor the,be rin of '
j EWU-j.T"e ", ,.lptlg'(( r r nnt', septtonal' icrd--tocontempl te in-all its rtbiR ascent of the solid material, is",certainly ( to Mawer-perfectly."' Mr.'Forstetmddsr'.v thisesem$'t&)(disproved..Butshould i : immediately adjourned&' St z' -
corfuptiort 1 thea'f"Quite' ;I nnjderiland .1 'randtursnl undivided r and rj harmonious ,the withdrawal i of.the ;air: front tbc "Sueh tomy opinioii M to the Ooaey*f y 011' b 'Mem' ',to.be a valid! .objection'to c Tba. iury.-who. Ppevrf.;\D .W"conclBsToii &'J )i
inta4lwiinktl
.that he instigated it;lhat be; favorsitf ,Jnion, and.that, actuated b.fhl'plt[ re iteriorofj1e[ tube; ,but the immediate,one hollow piles nrstih oa the ft.I large hare scales"through, that:q I ck.SalidreiquiriD : its usei'withbut' some pfoteCtlbQ'-to;it 7tt't'face lo'wKch,the evtdencejnthehad ..:.

thif ha1 nk 1t wu't.gbtr : Better, that acquiesce" the ''late" C t- j, the.enormbus pressure of the air,00.the ;hollo,*jron ejUnden, blaD ooiprocess. ,*;does hot 'oujr pitch"jbr, turpentine, afford brouisbi them with' t i'mucJ l saUsfacOotf; 4'.,
; % onndothe meat a'de'fiuite' setttenient ftbe. slaveryquiUonand 'cbmparatively.larg external surface around : us thuis6potcctkini., :'Wbatthrei:; : upon thu dl 1JCedf.wero.GSbefCd41: ;.
? j.b beled to dothtrc.ttiafl to the'tube;'which pressnrfr>-rcoorsaNalwaysekistsJn &he-tutam.t(18 J'tabel'21 teM11D.tnete.r d1 the prtvateoO'wkr! st t"
will insist on ija beinjadheredtowgoo4Jaiths Lbrfiig to'ttJae quisite thickness of.;tIe piles or tubes,bbould into ; ,
Webster. There ',_ % ; what be aI1ed'siatent1ataIen&pnyLbccqs ; h"ve been junk. oa.. .these. --aand,. ; :jnemberoffiereilbherb4sg
&- 'J : may Vitting/v'fiach
e'be"'Daiblr. '. : 4/.t'; depth'of.60 feet. .. ., be'or the'costbr'materiaj: ; .r t\b, construction wascopgraluti9ns f
!which1BJtajefcrrandio ensblsqrapptenttou5on ;: i nd ittAH VAVnrnftfi irttcVlTrtilrt 30..iT '
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-e : to .5. { &h we.: think, t.l 1 I ------: bf,this l'roe elt'tla' not"necessaiy ,. .
wb.J'hothfpnt. dientto_ oPT elegatea; 10 0 r esp. : the removal of Jt:from;.the. enclosed. J. !" 1'fWIf4J P.n. ." '1 'J now to"stop. to'estnn t 'But,whatever.1'waiting aaj.gal P mlA1r. ,. Y-f'- t. rt: ttle': 'U J' -
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In, the of WbtgNitipnat suHace in the manner described: and .tbe'd&dpJJb 1 i 14 I I m ., ,_ .outJt .4iSt t rc?
JUrI8'aplc rly iW ,DmOitc ,Jl t.Edstq _WhiJ.o. e.d ig.i e it may beit4.intrinsic 'value in.:thii pplictiodTifauitable gellt ? gmainhiCourtto. c
', Ir1:: gnte'*..nemjoryohe .- 'Con Tettro tl iididIt te lot : arjiljeqi' i rio: Dl.ibereb 1 on, neumatiCPieRflVlfli; taken, from.that J ,for the,pnrposeJ ints beneficial eonfei Jppoo 'r thoej
and the Jl ; Bail- Mesa whil Mr. Forresta.vrho: ;Jb"rtW '
when <
.er ViePrCidqtof ? Ip f. > 'I valuabeCitflt1fiC: e.American bearings,6h,tbe'jnteret1o1'EasLF1ors ,
paper t
members the' *twherf1 we recommend 'rim'ciIseof-J! toftbi tub are' idajis (nhnotionIis&nd.tacftu 'rooe ftoti
sm''kttj5n ft .
; Sttbat road}' ournaTanawDicalt'berewtlsenyou : -yond cbmpatationi;% ,: r ro' ";iihci:7--
I r&f'tbi 'air!ini
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&a: .1' ..'r a t"'b 'h aY1D'lI'a MI Inp: 1.tbej'CompEoajise.meaiiurea twp r haVeiiht or1 fnun 'fof.insertionlalhe NewS Ihej idea. a' xn'"Another'article is aWmentioned as appli; fcia. ieafW'L" 'lkedf. : t"W 't ,"" ''k'kn : ,
: .j Fiy"u t f' J ttf Ihl late Congress, the propriety of,.holdngW cumbent difcthertop-or corer.'eombinediwiththe foreibI7Jthpiicd R dn'my1 -fimd: that the j ble'.td.iiucli: 6sesi6; wilT; tiOcia1|:graiute 'th'r e uu'fDl&a, .ta' Dtfoute& ""'t',-Wf
'case t this the opposite: l the city bfi o&'\i}ic- lub. j itseU j and ihe'uJ)4ctpa.ai.C. ,process wthere"desc MfmightfBrar; Madideraiuialn whiclrj*report dabiig aflurJed at *costofabo 'oause1ft3be CoD tc i ba4'1 Qma 1tapjEe4
'; pT.COI. r jond Mcrofcynn' Wuhingj ft Operation at its lower,edges,(rom>the.con-,, pr ,heaccbropfisument'otanjnl.dd : 'V* \*- *%:-dto\he;pricc'bf'i--- "*"'< D'.b r.' u lite.r,bJ.i't Fq\yi1'. 'jwhet U

h01Htt.: i ) ; r' 'nv'D nJ : ,. ao: ,r ant givh g.",. .rav.r of ibe .Ui :I'particleaAin'. potttU\\i jJmemenf.J, b *aM:af- that'tMrirl: e'f.jJ.ipticlf' 1ieaSbfl, a4IW a.P jo.-j \ :"te

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ter, M. Forrest did Dot acknowladge. The -put itself upon this constitutional ground 1 lite DemcraticConvmntran of Ohio passed;t) St. 'John's B&r, on her'passage to $aVanqcb:which reported Ihrral Militia Claim:

h mote excited portion of them,probably to and adopt tbe reommendati ortbe Prsi &resolution' declaring "that 'slavery,, is an n Jl an', article l from \t be74meTican 'the. emain&of.Ci4.P.tMcNelty) and two The fo11 wing letter, received by the last

,tbe number of four hundred with hats offa ent of the UuitehStta1t tb -. evil which ougbtoth.tdic1te4.$' itsextermion R I"i Jouriialliltd ewsyeferoI! other,bodies Were tfourldi on day, lyingon mail from' tbe North, has been from
nd handkerchiefs I the beach of Hoi4 T patter King's'Plan. scat
flyingi urrounded him itation : the compromise rrevented.by-iU'lfwfulimsans.; :1: ; -
L his way to ,the Florence &1ote). After the of the lastcongresshalbe considered We knowjhatln ;that convention. held .II:pui tby the=opt*ratwn* *-.'-"of*ibe* !Internal r"exhatppon 1 ,ts tati' 'CaptIcNj was talcen in charge and cause, as' will be seen front i its date, greatly

: members of the jury'bad 'paid their respects D final. ,1 hope .; pot.etnistkenj' the State of Ohi Hh sehfiipetit'was aYoW;. and exterwil pressure..of.wr.!nand eflt'to.S innabthe'; corpse'was,not much delayed on it* passage f ,

:' to Mrs. Forrest, Mr.O'Connor entered the Until 'lecently.,1 f'hae'iaid'we had ed; and' uebbUbei) cjad.f Free d on*tubuJ r piles?which ,has been test- mutilatedbut wu impossible to recognisethe HOCSK or RxMttrrnrma

: vtoom. -Takinghis,arm,'Mrs.Forrest passed more sound men in'the councils our count Soilism upon'the:?'Democracy -State ed in England. We also extract a comma. body, if it bad not.been for several papers f lit, 1eG1.To.IM .

through the 'Court Room to the ry from among*the,:Democrats than from hat .'dlstr ct latelyrepresentedby: a div found thereon!' ? <, : we:, EJitor.JM.l -__
.. .ts.mberi,, andon her way. Judges'a WhigsVand it 'may"betruea.; UnMished ember"irom1'OhiotMf;ROIa i ietionprupQ5iii g its*ppljcation! to the ,. ,remain ryoursj KC.; "' Szi: You will obseTvehat' 'bill 1

: Vrarm congratulations of the Hon. Wiilhirnn as been alleged, that there was more sound ..freci'soiLWhig,.whose':anU-slavery, < op! i : !;! }. !e.baJ 9.kJob : .. ., "J I. COHEN, the .'io..tt ATJtrf Bush Price' I-a.*. to'
.XeBtr Accdmpanied by her upon this question in.'the Dem raticpartyof'tbe ionisare well known;' s-now"represented by 's;riyef-an}jmprqyement BO essentially! Clerk U. S. Steamer Wm. Gaston companies 01 and Suattethas

: yprwently proceeded on foot to the Irving tn the Whig party. a free soil DemocratthOughas1; am informed -, needed inHne'pres"enfp75pect'ol alargeln- The Savannah papers state also that been reported to the House. The report

: House 0"escorted by several bundled individuof But I believe that that state of things does, ,',there;was* a'dfiCiJed i ig-.; inIhe'district *crease-v ottadeaeeking} our" 4 ports* '<*fta f *ft'n channel if CpL, ,McNelty's, watch, ,and, .purse.were 1 'would have been. thadit ioltufier
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.s& p- not exist. The gentleman from Massachusetts .Thec6alrti6n bySvliich
now i day butforohe.abfMce rAjh e.CbAipraJa
and delivered his ,
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th.-BuzsJ.ha of cgreuTher.CaftsCarely be two opinions ountapoohispersoo,
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-.2Ioua 'Representatives.'Fr reason'the oth RovJ. found was alt : fact j is, Mr Chairman the l as to,the'surpassing irnprtanceofsucb wife., tbe Committee on. Military- Afiairs,, Uf,
'j" l 'The Democratic' 'partyof Democrats hare'fairly'outbid mthts'Stateas Bui, w ho) asbee'n: for a long time'detaisti
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)icAinr5, l .Wh a result,*not only to our immediate interests, i i '
:t! ft "The House went into Committee .:f ..theVbole 'M ilrjgme. gentleman told! the' House, t in' 'Masebustsand: : a I but to i the_ interests' of nearly"the",.whole, Removal of.the IiuUanf > (rein his vseat!,.and{ to;whom, ,the .ii ia
hab laboring against heavy 'odds'an, lieatd an Ohio.Whig cpmplainirigj: Democrats Tallahassee : '
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i \ on'lbe state of the Union (Mr.:O1d! The Saturday these cases ,bad been,, referred.,. ilr.Bort
r l *fa thechair.i took the Senate bill the wealth and the power and patronage of have bought'up or: lolen most of our State; ;With, expansive artery'penetrating. i l last contains 'a'communication"from SenatoV has not' '
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-up the State ; them the Free-Soil! Whig free sellers." ,Will sir i ; 1 jam-glad of the'whole the l of yet committee_. didme'tbe.fAvor
j ;; 'imsklng land:Variants assignable :and for was; against ; J :lengjhf:fp ;!tillable, ] ..area. i : .
't:I other ther with he bill% of the influence i 'was against them; and they were it; I'rejoice' lhat the 'Vbig tare getting''idof.'them East Fl riJa--andith the tendency '.the Mallory' dated ,January:34th,"accompanied. to commit the purposestog
, :." ;,Hou t explanatory of the Bounty Land law kept down' Well, they had no idCaof. submitting f and 1 :'hope m' ; mcy will, Middle- ion toseek Atlantic points'for: by a copy of a-letter from 'him to the Corn.missionerof ,'who made.a report. day before ye.erday7 *

'. ; of 1850. to that tate of'tblgs"ans'longersothey 'make better. 'S'of them',. ,than 1e September; .
open
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i"; tHlTKION I .argaine .,' I '<- '"'" "' -- t j "t t *"** 1 *l t Lbe"subject of .within the Indian re The case wust be allowed :m
TAETT-THE DEMOCRATIC AND bought the'Free-SoIlersI: : ; :- convenient, pa ,as avoiding! \ :
:.. 4 WHIG P.1BTlES-THC PBCSIDENCT. I Mr; RANTOUL'.(iuterrupting.".) With the, tages attending,shipments from the GulftheSt.'John'i -; eerve, ndJ o l.i iostructions ofthe' Commissioner place' n the calendar t tobe, .considered)io its

t 1 Sir. CABELL, of Florida, repeated what he : permission i of'the"gentleman, I to say J1ORIUl. H'E P.r..n'll U.C'AJ.J.A1Cii& of Indian Affairs, to' Gen..Luther: t.tnrn., : 1fe'eIt1iaithave, done my dsty to

t' 'had'l&id! on a former occasion, that when he a word or.two' Of course, if the gentleman ; in" every.other respect' exceptthe Blake, upon the ',subject of'i the removal of the parties interested; : a$,. thai) cwit'wse*,tddo
: : ; came to the House, at the commencement of Quote's t'an, he intends.to quote me core : 0 NLE: obstruction! its brio l large shipping, '
'it
ie th indians Noi had 'been the
west.
But for
I .t.; *lhe telsion it was his expectation, from the rectly. have not said thai tbe Democratic <; seems.marked as' 'the natural l channel'lor the reply :received .. unexpeecasntj4
'. t and the had from the General, f,Land. Office.to Mr.Mallory't Mr. Bart absence, this ,bill
opinions so frequently expressed, party had turned round, or, ,bargained Thursday, February, 19, )852 vast trade which the Middle and East must o .' would bars
I pledges given, the Democratic tasty: of die! : wit Anybodyor had done "ayihio'g'.ne\v to letter at the time he wrote "butt been one of the first on the'calendar" hop* .
4i, North and the t'lWQwould when they of- the whichthey We shall. week"some of deveJ p.* 1 111 i!disadvantage alone has en- _
.themselves position the
next
pet out answer i is understood (he remarks) that the whole and believe it will be reached and considered -
s4: Nt' here, d an acquiesfcenre had been in for the last couragedapreferenceiora point on the St.
adopt or rccotnme: twenty years. offered by our of,,the News, '
point eigbbr question now being exam inee by tbefleartmeit'of at this session but I man
;1 in the Coinp'romise"mfalures an4 thai J .have described their position, and the Democratic Mary's as the .terminus\ .any'_rail tad no promises
;\4' iue Whig party would not do to. He had"believed party has still struggled under the i in his last I correction"" of our remarks, as which might be undertaken; to :connect the p "the:Interior, with a view it is except to do all in my power to secure this

:11; thai on general' questions the tVhig samedisadvastages. The course it has taken well- as state how far bis conclusions as toour : hoped to the adoption' I'c.pcedyand effectual measure of justice. s
'Atlantic <
.;b.. .? the conservative; party except on tb M'bicb the gentleman position in regard Jo the railroad are with the Gulf. In every other respect .for : .
upon 'joint t measures herr re'm 0 va-I. Th dele- Persons having demands upon<:the!Go ft
.artbwas '
j, mie. ntatrfl "_ had ...".*inrrf.a. h* hat been touching on, I intend ,W explain to right.. the St. Mary's.Hver bears no comparison '
of
lot gation tbe State is united in the determination ernment can' never'bave.Justci done them
r': { on that occasion that the .Democrats the House at a convenient. opportunityMr. ->- with the'St.- n'one. .b;.in' narrow "
"
_:: vrere represented hya largtr number gentlemen CABEIL. I ask thegentleiiiaflwbetl ; Circuit, Court. and,of ..little\ .earent' ','with. i little, or noftradeupon ; to > veyy. effort, ,jnduce '..tb"e.pro'mpt till, the adoption the.PresMenrstreefflttmendation -
,(:' in favor'Of what he believed to be er nsiders himself a Democrat t1' A examination writ of r action of the Government, and in a to tstaVlish l a Board of Aceooctsf
under .
special a it dividing'the, two States and (also
::: 'Correct on this particular question. Therefore Mr. RA TotL. 1 am very hapjiy\ the gentleman habeas Hon. ; few days its members are to meet the Secretary -' or of something si similar The,passagebfk
held
tit:: he had expected'to with them, being has put that question. I will answer corpus, was by THOS. dividing,,'the advantages, "might hereafter' of the Interior tbe bill
"ot" appointment
on private
f ?; dispo* o" "to believe that they wouh it if he will allow me to do so. I DOUGLAS, on Tuesday last, in the case ,of afford bteCntheth-the other the:. bt'o{ througbCongress' is'aborI'i' .
r:';.-.. Constitution; is subject.j It has been already mentioned uncertain as the drawing.of "a prize in a 1 a.(
stand oy tire and his section of : answer it in this way"and perhaps there Mr. hoemaker,,front Charleston,. Florida for.its beauty,.vastness, length, a id ; *
::J-; .the country; and further that in this lie i no member upon this floor who .can give by Deputy Sheriff Lawton rentyarretefhere of r, that Mr. Cabell'has given n 'notice of liis intention tcry.- ? <. owtI
-V would not be separating himself from his' the answer in a more decided manner than I rapidly developing-nataral resources; disp< i- to offer a bill providing;; for a am, very respectfully year obedicst
f1!., party, forte believed this to have been the can : I have been nominated by the Democratic -' that city. He was charged with fraud. and I sing its present !b'eneiTts;*'and those whi :h lands the surveyof servant, .. v',-*
Indians.
the
,. determination of tbe entire Fouthern Whig: -party over and over again for some with illegal escape from I prison in Charles: would follow in the wake of' mechanic i i] now occupied by E. CABELL.3 -3We
His friend from : said that *'-_* *** ** I Mr. Mallory jn'his letter to the Commissioner _
arty. Virginia the last 'nomina evidence the
years past, unanimously; ton. There being no prisoner r improvement, solely among out own peop;' 'perceive that Mr. Cabell bugwe
:, sbehn1d separate himself from the Whig tion I received from that was a' ttnanimovx leased. of the General Lsod Office, recommends /
J lady and join the ian:: and file of the De nomination ; it was party given to ,me by the_ was We warmly participate! in the desire expressed a of the miles rettrve"1 notice, ia the,House, of bills to survey lbs

\ 'taocracy. The only alternative on which I Democratic party, knowing my views upon 'The.Supreme by the correspondent of the Newsof survey twenty I M.i.litaryreee. at Tampa Bay and PalaV
1ie1ad heeD ivilling.lo tliudc .of this bat I the which the alludes, Cu bordering the district inhabited by the erection .H6si'pital
question to gentleman The term of tbia Eastern seeing the proposed Improvement appliedto ka aiid for the of a Marin .
.T failed. 'fie:had been deceived the Court Serriinoks, but a small! western portion of '
by
rep and after I had explained those views fully, is
the St. John's And it to be of 1a.
r. hoped at
Circuit Apachic
in this
[f -"RIe tatioDs If that party About the vera in a speech since published, at the largest opened it.'sitfngJ place on which reserve has yet been surveyed. He .
'4. .that .the people of Middle Florida, who have embarked Oil: the same day Mr.C.also presented the
. :rst movement-of party was to violate Demociatic convention-called without reference Monday last. Cb Justice ANDERSON alone thinks this should be done'hi conjunction ,

",{' : nhe very principle on which he was prepared I to this question-ever held in. the p esided-th Associate judges not having .their't"mean's. ihrthe". Central. ."Railroad with the! 'effort of .Gen.\ Blake-as promLjing memorials of William H.-Andrewt, George

'* :to act, with them. There has been formed I district. After that .nominatiop the trial. I at, tae.facbd h ,re' In will not hastily fix_their Atlantic terminus; effect. J. Jennings. Joseph D. Morris Edward R.'
; Un the southern Constitutional I consequence good .
i a tri
, country came on ; there was first :' but await what action be' taken I Lebnbann 'Hi
to can
it thi see vest George T.ManoV
adjourned over to following Wednes _
If' 'Union party, having for its organization tb al.! At Hie secoud trial after that convention : The copy of tbe instructions of Luke Lea r ; \
t: : .wry principles which he had pta.teJvou1d I I received the largest Democratic. vote day, at '10 o'clock. We understand- that calculated! ? result to the',mutual advantage: Esq., Commissioner of Indian Affairs to and Joel' B Smith, assistant:marshal,of; the,.

I i:4:: induce him to vote with the Democratic par' ever thrown in the district; after rejecting there,is but one, case,of[ appeal 1 on the docket.: of'both, thejMiddle! jih'd East, with reference I Gen. Blake,dated the 7th November last State of Florida, for ,additional compensa-i

i ty of,the House. He desired to call the at-< the votes of all those Free-Soilers who dime I The organization ofthe: -Supreme- Court totle removal .of;the, ct.Jo n'8 bar.Rena1tofafliUthryPosts. I ILi I tion for taking tbe last. census.' "
mentions the enclosure of letter from Hon. ,
J tention of. the committee to an article whicb the honor to vote for me, i\"a still the a "_ t" j
'[. iev nUj-jq jiwued iu the Wavy Oil) Jour largest ever,thrown at that season of the dates from the first day of January, 1851. ., :. D. L. Yulee tothe,' Secretary the'Interior, Judges THOMPSON 'and SEXMES arrived
; : ahe time has arrived when the Union year suppose We some: time "agl .beard very .cogent I an extract : a L here Monday night last,, and -took,their

[.r -of the South should determine on its actioi part; sider Democratic myself in ful the communion State of Massachusetts. with the. should be but one term of the court held- reasons given for.the removal of the'mili' Ca!l. Winder_ Gen. Tvriggs, dated September seats on thfJSupreme; bench Wednesday! ,

4h relation the Presidential election;and If I party Democrat there at Tallahassee on the first Monday in Janu tary post at*Indian. *Rfver. to'. 'some point t : 20th, 1851. These refer ,to apprehension's -, *
p am not a are no "
t| ; 41fl the view of the editor of that : ary. In subsequent four terms are to r Mi. Allen! M/C.frora; 'MaSs eh a,
paper, the Democrats in New England. That the : years upon the upper,St.. John's;.and we'think the t ( entertained that the returnjof ihVdelegatjonTfrbm'JthcTwesrwith !
;: A., ., Thion party cannot act with the Whig par necessary and only inference. i be held at the times and places following: considerations'presented are much ..strength ',Gen 7 Blake may former,whig, but a democrat,.elect r from thi.>

'..;i>; ty, because it But is swallowed it up with by the aboli Mr. CABELL. I do not desire a beter. illustration At Tallahassee, for the Middle Circuit, on tried at tlie i present' :time, when alarms-:oi r produce immediate hostilities. Mr- Lea Bay state at the last election! by the: co-ope**
110pany. may act the Democratic of the truth of what I I ration of the Democrats
rt 1 party! And it is then urged that the said that there is just in th first Monday in January ; at Jacksonville I- Indian hostilities 'are in existence in Orange cannot believe that Gen. Blake has 'said or and Abolitio isU/

F4'-.. Union mea aught to send delegates to thi tbe public, mind, as now was going once on said a change by a distinguished I for the Eastern Circuit'on the third county and, vicinity. A _more isolated 'region done any thing to warrant'these fears; and I II has.recently poured oat,,a volley of .deLi;

t. JJahimore Convention, mentioning, as a. ne gentleman in the Senate in regard I Monday to Febrjjary; for the and, one with fewer facilities of access, with a due egr e.of caution"intimates the mation. against Mr. Webster on:the_flooVoIj

It* .'>, -eeaeity be for this that the Buren exLr.emesvilr there to this question of slavery.. We all know Ir Southern Circuit, 'oh the first, Monday i in than Indian River, scarcely exists' in the possibility that they originate in the "sinis' the House.:; 'In,the Congressional ,canvssrMr '
represented-Van Blair Disney, what are the opinions of the gentleman who March : Allen thus of Mr. "'
and spoke Ffllmore
at Marianna, for the Western anel-
;
few settlers there in in
The Florida"
I. and their marshalled forces on one side, and I bas just and he tells tbe House State. residing ter influences'.of persons who
:. tRhett McDonald, and Quitman, who were he.received spoken the largest Democratic vote ever ta Circuit, on the' third Monday in Marcb.The 1849,. when the attack was Oade.btb' ar&dispos d to c. defeat :'the p licYofb administration' : **&&

:. defeated io their treasonable schemes on given in his district.. That 'evidence of I Supreme Justices having: the powerto vages br ke: upandwentatyay;;-and we Government .its. efforts'to. ,rid Florida l r What, perfect harmonizing,with :some;!1

r ,: ling the other tbe national, This for the purpose And of control what Is well known to. be the fact, that in I order special:terms .whenever the regular learn but one or two them have returned an Indian population." 1f,1Iucb'be tbe.case rI.I. the Democratic allies 'of the South 'Tbe-

Democracy. .the edi"tor the State of Massachusetts the .Democratic sessions cannot be held when tbe : resolution was' 'oTered' by Allen ata *
hopes that the Union delegates will bet tired or public So far,'therefore, as inhabitants concern- tbe Commissioner thinks it must defeat the county
of without
'office the '
arty, being. ,
$ as ,
-
'
:. Jn attendance, to break up the plans of the< gentleman told us the"other,day, were determined service may require it. The Court, in the ed, there'are'scareely: any!: to protect Then!. purposes of Gen. Blake J and bring'on ari;: meeting. > :

"_ '., -re.eaters and abolitionist, and graft the to hold out inducements to these Abolitionists respective.,circuits. to hear and determine all again,the post itself is< ilreary and desolate, and if there is danger of'such!i co consequences ,! Resolved That we yield.:to the adin7a5 j

.", Ales Coiajpromiae tot on the declaration of princi to sustain them. They menu joint I appeals and writs of error. and ,all other and ulttrly-dista.stefuUo soldiers and offi Gen. Blake is urgedto desist,.from ,farther its trati n Milla'rd luke-wann Fillmore al1due'rerflt for;:.
such
bring out a man as Buchanan tardy'and eflbrtsto'restrai I
.
i convention, nominated 'some and L ,
Democrats matters of ,
t 4. 2ot the Presidency. i elected men and jurisdiction brought from, or cers. Mails are infrequent,-and monotony operations-thonghif.be determines to goon lawless invasion of the Island of Cuba i* .

:. The above is copied from a condensed re. oasea BOre Free-Siler 'tbeir ,., en which.ehalLarise in lha Circuit ConrtsN" lv.gn.: 'o-*"|>Mii* !n,..'.:"MA "!OQ by the ,, bo !i. admoneh toobcerva the, utmost bv its appointment of the;:prbpgan 8t f.'*. ;

l-> .11- the debate, but a more accurate re tbe"1gaml which we all know Justice to sit upon the trial of' any case onsiaug.'i' of. mosquitoes.;. .These:generally discretion, ,,'prudence and caution in all'bis slavery, as Governors and Judges of Free -
he does, has been sent here' by the' largest L which he may have decided as circuit Judge, to bring on' night action, however < Territories its agency in the: enactment and Iconbnuance"ln'
port since coming to hand, we adopt it Mr in his in manage movements. force of the '
Democratic district which
majority ever given or be may have been engaged Fugitive Slav
.o' Cabell continued:] counsel. In of as quiet the wore formidable foe. In case of actual ,The survey if deterniilled_ on, will present' Latv, its rlgorons'enforcement"orhaCbv\ >

'r. Now, sir, if this paper speaks tbe senti Mr. DISNEY, (interrupting.) I was busily : of case' disability or disqualification outbreak;,the,troops at this post could not a practical step towards,the removal of the upon bond freeJthrough reckfess.andjai,
either *
ments of tbe Constitutional Union party of r engaged in and did not hear the of the Supreme Judges, I it be *pe $(lily.despatch another,, ,point, as savages ; and it will,of course have to be human officers''of its :'appointment,*and.tb

Georgia I am to understand that that organization gentleman, but wrting been informed that is made the, duly of the circuit Judge'or they coald be to ai'oiosJ.any othevif'occurpyingawore backed by a'sufficient force, and the Indians narked' subserviency of its general exeea-V'
live '
actiorr
.: was perfected, not, as has been alleged near the commencement of his remarks he Judges upon receiving notice, to attend at central, local.tty the the' slave power, deprive it of
,
I ; must quietlysubmifto this i *
upper ) of all claim!
for the sake of took occasion introduce process occupation to the confidence or of frtt"
the Union and the! to my name as the time and'place designated and to hear I -, respect
:' Constitution, but for tbe sake of the Democratic ing been published in conjunction 'with tbe and determine cause& in St. Johri'a; thence Uftn; > neJghborhpod! 'o f i i or take.upon* -fc---. .- '
I party. I was elected to this House names of certain Abolitionists. conjunction with Indian River ou!d'.h: aj'ed'whb' I little war-in which)latter ease their.removal -or *AA

... -as a.Whig, not as a Constitutional. Union Mr: CABELL. .1 rea from'a ne\\p per. the remaining' :Judge or Justices- of the s;,. i difficulty if a.force'rwere' required suddenly> extinction is certain. 'Mr.;c betI'e "bill -,,,:Jan.f.-. '"

man; but- I- was one of- those who were dis I wi send the paper the gentleman ,and i'remeCourtfor which full authority is i invested : Subjoined astatement l of the'number
i... there.Supplies to the post,also;anu1 tins proposes to survey the lands how '"occu of vessels wrecked'
fottd to favor that "organization. But in can read it for himself. in-said circuit on FIondae ',
doing so, let me tell my honorable! friends, Air. DISNET. I have since, with the perm the event of tbe death Judge or Justice. In. portation of men, would not be attended with I pied" by the Indians-Air. Mallory recommends of those,having put 'jntd'.tbe/pbrt of rqJ

.t' -tbe members of the Union party, that it was ion 'of the gentleman, had an opportunity ,resignation, or removal the' expense how'incurred!, as .tbere'.a frequent I I the survey of the intervening twenty -West in.distress.'durjne the year tnaZim2c.t-- '-. .--- ,

,, no purpose of mine that they should thereby to look at the paper,and the remark from tbe Stale of one of the Supreme and regular means of transportationfrom ni'"s "reserved." With due deference,to December,1851-with the ->uuulw s* .' a.I

converMne into a Democrat-and that there made legitimately carries; with it the Justices, the Governor of tbe State is authorized Charleston and'Savannah of Commissioner awtrdedtheexpensee'andajue oPvjand ,
Lea
be their if this inference that I and of along the the opfuo.8( ,:we think cargues. In distress' 19 ;
seems to purpose, pauer am, part parcel tbe to supply the until the vessels; w 4ed -
1 speaks the sentiment* olf tbe party and the Abolition party, o in some degree affiliated same is filled the vacancy whole! route' of the river as far as Enterprise, his,**in/ruc.*io.is" leave a wide margin for. !,'15.vessels ;,number of:Teasels wit {:
by General '
i.:. action of the Union men of the Legislature! with them. Now I avail myself of this'occasion Assembly; These are'.fi ; first,.reasons that presen. the discretion of G -n. Blake. The surmise and in distress 34 -> : ".:

: seems to justify the opinion that it does. to say thatl never did in my life, either The Supreme Court consists of one chief tbemselves.in.favor of the lemoval' of the be adopts of irt Florida striving to Amount of Satvage'awaeded' *75ail'OQAmount \.'J

Sir, I feel proud of the position that the par at home or elsewhere, ,iynipathize in Justice, and two Associates who shall be person .salvage. and expenses,,165,08100 .*
ty with which I have acted heretofore has the slightest degree with the A par elected according to the provisions the pust rand as_ the Government has' bat two counteract tbe'e1fJrts of i1? Government to value of.ves..ers and cargoes' :941,500 OOJ

occupied before tbe country. lama member ty. I never uttered a sentiment in relation Constitution considerations govern it in'all! its arrangements remove the Indians is time-worn and rather 30< AmeilcailI T: Swedenl'Spanish ;
(at the General : ;
'. ofthe Southern Whig party. I believe to that party, either on'Ibe stump or in the hold present by Assembly -the public interest and.its own econo' illfounded.As English-34. ,:6 shipsV; 3 barques.; 14 brin*_*}
: it to be the constitutional party-the true Legislature of my State, but ta denounce: ,) to their' offices for eight years. my-it is hoped that this which 2 steamers'' schooners3TuEPaINczss -
change ,
,
the is
; ingredient of "conservatism" not
.5 conservative party of the country, opposedto them. If the statement in lhafpaper'is a i[: Should the next General embly'ratify :
far it extends will .
all mere abstractions of the South, and to fair specimen of the intelligence of the'people the amendment to the constitution proposedat so as 'accomplish both predominant inthe, present Congress, art C;- o*ORANGE"*JCWCLS..Mr "

Sewanlism, Greelyism, Van Burenism, and of that country,.I do not wonder.at any the last session, giving the election of these objects, will!! be "duly:considered.Indians portunity is now presented,for that body to I eely, the New' York' Counsellor .at'Lawvho !,-

all the other isms of the North. I feel proud doctrine which tbe Whig. party may adopt Judges to the test their practical; wisdom and willingness ,> some years since'devoted so. much timt:
c; d belonging to that party, because with there. people' the Judges of the Supreme Captured. inl ann' exertion to the of the
recovery jewels
/ew'exefplions, tbe menbers of it are Union Mr. CABELL. I presume the reason why Court will be so elected on the first In addition to the reports, current from s legislating- Indians out'of FJorida." : ,of 1i' princess 61 Orange, which'weresto-3

4 men, at 4 as Union wen we might, without I the inference was drawn of which the gen Monday of October, 1853-to hoia their of various quarters of Indian forays beyond len'from..tie Palace of Lacken/and hronght ,

'C. k4 k surrendering any of' our principles, at in. tleman from Ohio'cin is, that be voted fi es for the' term of six years.] Annual the prescribed Indian boundary we give >"f ,L.and Warrants Assignment. to this Country; ; bf the borglar! ?,'is at'Iengjhi'<,
: harmony.with tbe Union Constitutional par : for the Wilmot proviso at a former Congress Tbe House of Representatives on the 6th likely to compeh&itioir bis ..
of to the ; get for services,
the place
salary which ,
Supreme Court two following, note Gen
ty. It would! be in accordance with the conservative and that he' voted.against the fugitive. Judges, ; passed the bill-from the Senate; making landwarnsassignab1eafter It is stated lathe New York xpres1hq;
slave bill in the !last thousand dollars." Hopkin.lias'politely handed We'havealso fr
principles: of our party to abandon Congress.Mr 'I us., i Netherlands 'ernm.enl.b-Je offered lot
i
party Lames and party organizations to act ; DISMT. And why did I vote against, The present Justices are Hon. WALKER -'a seen",.a'"letter' ,tobe". jie same' officer' .,_ da'tVias _, amending- and striking '. paY Mr. Seely $ld,00p for, his: prorese1a

; with anf.ean or set of men who, under anew itl ANDERSON, of Pen acOla C. J., Hon. A. J.}! far. back as t November 11, 1851, from t ,putlill.except. firsts section- ro.,Thie. services iiijhe;:case,awl bas afready! .pail,:1
t organization, would contribute to the Mr. CABELL. I do not know why. : iMESof CaptJarnagan'rdescribing; ;: a trail of Indians bill provide, *, for the: assignment of-.aii. war; ,the,same amount, to other. parUrswho; wers,
{r. preservation of the Constitution and Mr. DISNEY. If the gentleman will allowme Apalachicola, and Hon.L.,A\ in
the .
rants, or:all 'valid locations of the same, engaged arresting)the robber, and sedng;;
Vi Union. I. I will tell him ,THOMPSON, Of. J bsseeAoate5. and hogaThat thy ha'd"driven off,1-by hirrieelfandbrplheV. '
into why.
was willing to go such an I' ;, from and after the : '; him back to HalJatid.iCbeing. tbe[ .
Ft organization, or to act with any party that Mr. CABELL. I cannot be interrupted in : .',,::: Jf: : taking effect.of the act; .which'hadbeeq06lfired: by .the.:.Dutch 8'p1

!) would faithfully carry out its principles. this manner. I'was proceeding to say- .. N Court' House.It :" Through" ,the-&n/ni h /,,.it.was also' stated, according to:, such regulations as may be prescribed ernment. ;A'partonly: of the jeWrt!

Bat I ask the attention of the House to I Mr._ DISNEY. I beg just to say that I vote will b.er seen that..proposals_are.issued that l y"the.: Commissioner of ,the General recovered.d', t .1_ _' ft .
Capt. : ;
:
Jarnagan"came with Indians ::" -J
the which induced this editor against tbe law because it by direction of Office. :
reasons to recommend fugitive saP vthe County Commissioners, Land Persons entitled to ..or -
preemptionrights'are .
.
( that the Urfion because I believed driving_off hogs in ihe early of January Ja- .tL
should send not part
.
party -
sfingent for building a new Court House for'thiscoujty. authorized to' l land I. ,OBITUAUT, __
;; .delegates to the Baltimore Convention. He ] if paosed. it would become a'weapori! The old! ; ; Mr, HugheWthe: ,i author of this.note,''is use. wariantsin'pament'of pi_ 1 iUi.: .f'
,
: ..1 In the bands of' the 'Free-Soiler4''fjaugbter, ] CourtHouse. has beenperminently a m.ari of unquestioned' :veracity.. From' bis .. the sine-. _, The. :'wa....r iXta. fathe; JtM mp&o!.Co1am esut7lLThr, ', '
"TheVnion of the South agitation. ., vacated for the future terms, of rnay.be! ,'lpcate4lupoh, ..lands :
4 men in our i information i any) 'subject lo as Is tto. teeD l.1.
to have hem ,
; there at j 'at nu" ags,4QXJis .
; -opinion can accomplish their purposes and Mr. CABELL. Then !it seems the gentleman the court, and 'the new' building :frecently i ; l least a'biUh''bn the pears frontier7/. private entry at theUime of ilcfgtiop.'af the of StuJlI4J'a Snu..uJlO&OVLI 'te ;

I -establish their principles as effectually with- is more Southern than the South itself; erected by Col. HUT.-on Mount Isaiah, bas *** J '','* "' % ,* % t minimum'prftfethe''locator to .I the' cash 1_la the death .. .aWe) "Us psraitfe
and it pay ?
; oat national Uniau-organization as with seems very 'singulart.me.that! if he > MiaLoyvriAB.; : (Orsnjf'o. Feb 10,1852.
)
.
,been rented for that purpose; 'The difference iion I lands that bays 1oss darotedsad datlM.c&Cdi Usin&tr*
SupremeCourt 'irisubjci ii'try
; it. They now control the States of Georgia, really entertains thee sentirelit SJB j'Jarpagan, bee jbeen\vUh: the Indiana to .ad sbtors
in&betfoaaU
I Alabama .Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana; have voted for';the 'proviso,. and also holds' its suitansthere. /.;. 9g ii,).; be |ias captured,two, and,thpy think at a greater minimum than,$1 25 per acre? ,:and 14SZtng and ttpa asloo

.entuckv. Tennessee Virginia; North Caro- against a bill with1whichthCSouthernrepresentatives -. As,a new buildingis! ;botit to be"erVcted another,.was killed ; and no doubt the ball is The. bill will again<"go to the'Senate commaniiy- yonnj" ,. proadi&f<< -,ft* tftj 1ber.

'lina,,4tnd :,Jfaryl n .. It .is i possible they were'satisfied. for the purposes of the. county' ,'it appears;to openedas; the \ar-' hoop;;has ,ber)..heardIn "' ;. ,. .. But wUl j| is. ; -tf
Mr. Chairman there < we noon ever ovloo;itt'dWUbstr"*
': mightrally a majority even in South Caroli- are a goo many us particularly, l desirable r 'that, )it(should be 1t1 land, Vtknownot ,what,may be? ; 'PoU tihir.", rejoleet ia UK gala t for
.;,a. The < c/aPmi nbut if thrown in ofpartles: in other States, but I cannot built of;brick, and! -we::are' glad to see that We,think i our' families are great danger speedily.,- J be seen'that an eprdeoceuird; ,eternal jain t;hence wemottriinot'as'OssslrU1.hare .i

i-V: one body.intp a-nttional convention, they for) want of time. I will proceed. (,The coalition ,the 'pr p 5afs! ..contemplate? ; use ;of 'this 1 "C ,,, .fYour8Iruly.i/i {,' !in:the House !Representatives' :!thi. ,3dir.W.Vduring"tKercbnsi 'n o hop ',bat brnos'*f OPWU&MII"iai!

I r' cnight secure the selection of A proper candidate in Massachusetts is too palpable, and material. 'It may generations before another -.1, .- whose election they would place bejond the postion: of Demociatic party to well B. HOPKINS. .. .; *. I ."' 'nroa h 1 i'hta'mi' i M ofteiiZ&tti!
Gen. !Land
> 5n7whic
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A; a doubt" established, to say more in ref reiic to them.' eflbr t io erect x a' Court, HouMwiUb8::; f iv.' > i, (tWe.underetand ty ilf! | >;Mr. CaielMookaoe.casion [ Ut unihiktn UU 1 UUn mi
r We all know wb&tis' tbe position of 'the mad*,'or before the .county ;can. be burthen- : that'tbese"earnest.icalls; to refer to the proposal' the"M.- or .Bp4 :
1 Atd V la tteads aado ,e1tl,.,
NowI ask iniUl1ion 'frJemlS1.why 1 ,j withthat Democratic party in:the State of Ohio now,' elf withjbeexpense' necessary to bViiicW*' from the remote'setUersJ i have!'Induced" '"Gen.'Hoji 0'. con;Messenger and[)the Constitutional l Union ; ,4.t tdai* la'Hearen,wkerb 1

declration'lbey should determine to and whatii has teen, for.Bmejtime "past. red,for that Then would it' "be i to addrma letter:f fo)the Governor I caucuslof Georgia;;: .ijl :remark to'e4 > ,, -
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*: MId delegates the Democratic Convention, .We knovr.the principle: : purpose. not -----V-i i ii.-* '** i ? / : *, j\ .bO.q t tI IdMttscct44 "

r: rather than to the Whig Convention I be- Governor wu recently although present wisdom: now\to: ,;have: a'housepeimneni; _on,tbe. ubject.taTjje,*t t je epfthings! ,should r l.41.ttie! ,JjQr.t.b. q PtuiPcrat..,10.:tbsit ,..',4sTt17> ,Ii.J.._. J:, ,

lien they could-control' either, but I do not be'han; ; bis'last mestage;eletedt: sen an4 substantial I When'there appears "'tobe' expedite.the olfilmentof the hopes now'eneburage'd feet-whq it seVrns all theoretically. rtpodmta ,4. ". i' 'y... ... .z ..' .. ,4h&aa. t..

t .hinktbeysbould: represented i ineither.. bicb meet my,approbation soY far )little disposition on the,.part of t individuals : i; of decided 'a'ctioa"of-the:,Goreru.* Abolitionism! l ; ,Recent iTenti L"TO" 'ahOWQ ,.,.., -J85I f 6
4 think 1 may.pledge! nyseU! Tor the Whig they 'But.the Governor ofOhio'v < : : :' -nthiPt 1AntvAL
: : as go. i to embark1! their' men.. jj"'t. i'a: MtCabeIhoIi "-r' .:" ft\ta'1' ; 1 -1-- ;
; ; trty,that'f..thevnion :frty should act elected. upon his,declaration i 'that, Mhe '/ugi.ti'vi !' m n.litr'pTnk'or I : 5: 1-\ \ I ID.moIu.7t *.'AIVPrZIO .
? < OBtisJIy! .with Jhein and go into: the Whig : attla 'c : rail' roads, and little urgency} ijppn 'ttmtitodo t irCaptMcNeIty'sBodyFoubfJ.'Tbe : .: :. 'ji tri't 1. N tsb15JsmssSiflM YCeitlU T'CJ

',WrtioBh Whig representatives woold ti COoeratiol ,!rneel.eceIY.et'.oIQI-j ,I 'l t :i''h'mijbirhpbJji: b\, 'expicthst ./ollovrjn otej.jthich we IeCeIVafterous I Tlji discussion, ; .imply t ,ih'"' \thit Uyaio.,7ls, .U..R.Y JlJalf.JI-4 jk.
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c do precisely Ibe same utbs.editor.saytbe' 'of Obio."' t "vras. Iblt rincips! : on CitiZens i wplciirf! I spbnp.' i" iJ'r; iC papra pilemJcq.nyeyste1Iigencs4wbichthougIttbe'hst.} :-t.> ;i-p. JA-, eviry man thlnki hit' I" J thi4f ''n" t if.avaunshu1! ladJ1oetoa I2.A P JJBw; eatctwen.J.8CIW.;Bira.J

Deo jpaftyjnrpnld ido and:which Jheywill which be effected ,his'eIecLion.Ap6sitioiia i may J s saffieienVn! *4dition4i>; rJ .t n be ''c'rO\'th.'htti t '': Ci\tU t'"I b ,ut IS 1. N 1.M:11e.
no(4oi unless jon go thereto. :help! to tbe'f 'Jawp Now allude to availed from incident of WUoQ..lf. 1'11'f
: iitl'Ity oUieift:;sources,jo ere ; edifiplfor I'HoIIW.AaderIcMr. '
dUblm1IOtD' itlll'fg&l'dnJtb".COnati.retioG : this.fact gentleman ;; ; occupyIng -, ( :W:rity -. ntthat_'fUl>;t.crditaV" painful narrativeV will'"be read; with a'di uenl r mirkMxprti; ta 4,"l ftrm,,,t k ) *lIbtA1a' OR

::"I believe*tram the i dications.wbichi the'chsJr: tMr OiDs,] i io .recent!speech; bjrta.lbtj country{ind; 'I w I ch,. ineomfoH Ct: r 'iii fll. ltI1', u '_ \t.I&idint 1FIlltt1jdiGso(8CoItfl! hii: oij Mtlcni ,ta "' 'i.s J
have.lately LecD'nud*.. &t'th.Whii'Part) spoke'of:Ibe pecunar Jioutbeniisui" of UeDemocracy and ,.wiU make I 4 !:4.w r .t) hla
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; ; appearance smeod.for tie SA'' ,Bo.i t5rwcxaWrrr.uc GAITOW 'rit4ftttd poiitlon.Wt tOuter lab; I Children ud .sn$.
ffe&t.country.may.--sid I hope if .will' h ,of Ohio,,'as :this election "ills",attending.the 84miD'l t Iiztio&ofjuiiee '. .. t't. '..11Ib.118i2; ,1 ,' '.B vioaTyioom t '.oitis' f of 'the di. DO AnUsrTfsiktenvIll**.15. _

: ffy eTf5.witfco the ; c'I'the Union I and ia,other JflBtahce*9P sir, the, In i the old., fabric., .,'. ', ," + .' ':Mr;inr'r', 'a. i.&ftiW i4 bate'this.i of wo Ul,,H SmiUr,P Zyhtra, JM Oor' ,


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4 jMrt.dttkI7 f.rtheflepbls& by Leare: 'JackwnTille eVerjr \ tOft..aa4..q.. _o .m. i ,AT, 1.

H *ra.Als. & BonBEESWAX. Saturday jcorning at. 8.a. m, for Enterprise, 't;' SAYAX1UGEOUC1A"" 4"i. I b .uEsBscRI8E P.t ". ,lJ';.: n,4. J qafrj4 /nriJU'ClRL?STREET aad n.t.w
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tonchln*at Picolata at I 12 m. F
past p. audits JiO.l18.t"I .. ts !', briBs-)etaiJT''CIpeMd Street New Jerk
f1 iir.A.f -Tim SUBSCRIBER Tare tora a 4ja*!*
at 8 arrive at IStetpri.1 \ .
Monday a. m, r-\ '. MQ :_'the aboT-tto. VosM '
Dol. eta : .I nr N'lieIltU r -oald eoatontadestroyod. :Pt.dskft4werdifiH1CH .
at or before Tuesday 10 Leave Strict .
'- j m.; < same day attention wnbe given to tho.. of Cotton : :' .. ot'Q'< '
porlb : 6Df.ineft ; .A.JC..
18'20.Btr.r'IUt. bet1e&veto.lnfovsotb.pub.
at 1 p. lIL'for Pi1a.t.b srri'lng thereWeduuda1 ,or other produce,and liberal advances taado. are at IhUtimo tome Ive-to rrooms a.I.I"
mornlngigstntouchltg at 'Pieo1&ta:11.'2p.'m.;, .be1I red.to airocopieo. w--r', < 1 < } CLEVE.Y8A.FESiiinrianmii'
A 0i P' several f tho tan*ith'fri&ee- Tbi 7' .
222 How Chat ha takeD'
perlb
110 I
aadanfie& Jacksonville same day. "Way JOHN Wc.LOUD L .' PIt LOUD. with their contents f liTh Safe
passenger Is withtantme hundred aao"ftfty'yard*of the Post the mad ay tJUe&Jfc
Store
co'rIyNIb; landed at any point on the river JaIL.%,... ..1,;: !;1 Office and wharves- The-lraderslgaed W formerly kept Ca.defied the flames and brought e nUf..Mnu
13.21 $. is-Arvnt by .P. .where hot
For : \ I .Uhout sltIrkiof fire .
or freight ou board. < '
oTFEr passage apply for Gea.-.ScottYfoor hone Coach' J
mod--two horse .< j now seinntjoffat eot.ia order. :
P.S..Tho'dayii that the ..THO&H-, ''.if ft1 ''Sale : Hick.1Uhines,both luriDc for Ocala to make '
Rioprib IIk.-121 tmtm- < ., r ,. lelqi-weet- room for a larze'and rich assortmentof -.. ,:.Mf $ttt .
ployed aUacbony be'apprppiatod'for Iy.t For fgrth'tr J'l&rticulan apply at the omees of SPRING'asd SUI lER'.
COJtN; 7 VIRTUE of awrit of:fieri' facias issued TH*Wat is .
: JII. 100 a 125 towing vessels to sea: or.Lu the river,.or. for B. from the District Court of the United States \.,' oDyut.lbpll1.tiean.. aDd News. --oooit=Th 8nbsavibcrbeIi 1 m. PJ T. i .

I -ct.JVD towing rafts. ,'should any;offer.Astonishing "" -i1 ," for the .Northern District of Florida;'andno'the : 'JUIESB.\SKEW. '-with a tae Importing udJob\IlDIIICJtIMia ." ;f V 2-_ 4 .
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Aw.thi.per1b -tS S7| .1'e) 19. 1 h' Marshal of said dptriet directed and to me delivered P1&tks January 1852.iAw tL New York. and receiving t .latest'"aud n. STZAXXS' and M ns..cecaoaa. :

wherein John J. McCarterand Thomas P. most fashionable styles .weekly;will KICB ft Co.', Ao.146 Water Street,Aew.''

t.oUpr bbl TOO Intelligence!' Allen'copartners'imder';the'Dame and-style'of ; : A lit fBI ill gie the publis great!:advantsr '- Srtta,when ib.fin vta edofcaiag'-teyi ptaw"f

TOGS The. Gash System ,Adopted !II! McCarter &Allen are plairitlffs and Elijah ''Mat- : E in making good selec Business, :.. 216, Pearl Street, I w. she__

.' perdos ''* 25 j jAT toz is defendant;I will sell before'the Court house Classical and ,lions. To Country Mers -. Keaaslaer County testing a new ''eeaain JMa
19Y. the new GROCERY and PROVISION I door in the town of Alligator on'the first Monday English Institute. chantshewualdie -' rates in connection with my Excelsior?nmaox,,

'I001bt.125. STORE.;)f the Subscriber, in the city of' in March next, between the usual .hours 01 sale .J: SONVl1. ; IUD .peetfufly add, ''' and did net read theacctfmt tafO -aft earftf to i

iUrn"' ," Jacksonville 1J .!"? 'I. the following described property;to wit: .Lot"No. N. P. B R O w'N .'Pri 'i N .. wilLbecIJ, was too late to save my b>ok wakk-.wer jOaoasl z

perlb ". .8 just received and opened my large two in t town Alligator,containing one acre .1. Coco, *n 41l'cipa k u. .U.t1 l.ito*', as- ia one Qf your safes psrehartd& m Jtfr:jHarga
UlON. HAVING Stock of Goods selected with I of land, lot number three in the"same town containing HE SUBSCRIBER T iii.r" ,reasonable terms as call ,1 some years no. My ieara were cot allayed sham

pern 45 express reference to the demands, this one acre of-land; and the north half of lot T iexerieneo intiaching taking W had eoG sereral wars call 1tad and in.New r rk. ''The public solicited t
LARD, 1 take pleasure ia informing the citizens MarteLl number eleven in the same to1l'D:eontainiDg'half IablilJa-hialScbool.fu &hu'p1aee; sad liaded to us- aab"SwreH examinefor- 'themselves' tbo Brick Cretoa : rfwarWiSM to
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ptrTh 121. place and surrounding country that they an acre of land.' Also eighty acres of. land with idviteitbep bfl to ciii anti resp'ctffly 'L..B.AMERMA."l.> commence operations} aner..hidi.i&riqi 14

.LIME.perbbl ready for sali.'al fraarkaWy lorvTatesfor CASH te* buildings and improvements thereon adjoining It will be his constant effort textits'to'.merits.euftrvate the Jacksonrilie.. Feb. 12...1S52..tf., boars of lLoc and application to raise. $ia.mandcvfrmiIaaabybed.Yosmayj .

225 only! An enumeration ?..theTftjiUitBdinous'articles the town "of'Aliigitor, and known. as the .southWest friendship and esteem o( bu pupils;And to instil Hardware'- ssey
LUMBER Direct Impo at1on. anxiety daring this delay, and my4 i .
with which Store is'supplied is deemed charter of the onthast qzsrter of section those principles wbfeh.ttnd
my develop the human '
perM.IstqlityI2e14 twenty-nine towmship three, ."ge f.: eefl intellect and to riHHE Subscribers aie daily receiving direct pripon opening the saloia tao \.
range refine
unnecessary : suffice it to say that I have every. the hearti-ttvitt t" ,
number
2nd do 6 a 10 tLing (save dry goods. ) desired in the way of south and east, and the south-east quarter of the rc.Wjthont berg ia the least sectarian;the Institute S. from the Manufactories 1*" Europe. a:'comptetp.aswrttaetirof saved of gentlemen and legible and ay,. aad-papers ..
3rddo $4 ; 'fl. T. TIrus, sonth-wcst nnarter of the.same section townshipand will c.onducted HARDWARE.CCTLEU, as as they wtrepnriou t*
'supplies
religions
I principles. tEe fire sThe to which
: intense heat
UQUORS, Jacksonville Fla 'Feb. 19 1&2.-tf. range,levied on is the ro&crty of said defendant .,By a most Itc., which will be sold ou reasonable terms.<, tao fiaft waft.
ME Rum per gal 8333 ; Alligator January id.7352. thorough system of/eri ws .and ix. !?' -;: STROHECKEltfeCOBAN snbjected.'eaa eoejectared from tWu.. .
lUla41ationJ which experience has"suggested, the 155 St of another safe,-net Salamaadei "''
Gin do 35 33 JOHN T'MYRlCK Meeting! :Opposite Charleston UoteL a ] of wajafc aa J
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Whiake1 do SO e 35 Notice to Mechanics and Builders. Marshal N.D. of Florida. scquited Principal,'cannot flatters'himself be;! that Knowledge. once.' Charleston..Noy, 14,,Tosl,. ., ; 7 iron skeleton frame only' remained,aad a*'*a"vieIief >
.MOLASSES, Jost.r., -G. "'? t a book. ;They were emnMnlAiu' t3u> -.
perpl B direction of the Board of County Commissioners By E. R. IVES, Dep"y Marshal.- Great inducements are offered ia the,way;of s* M 'oftc*,-om the second Boor;frota shiehihey
:0"371 of Dual county, i hereby give notice health and beauty of situation-to parent..wisb- jah1edfo hrebiLnont1oI -.8 fell upon crates of earthen war*lath*.MHttfetk
NAILS .
Mechanics St. John's Seminary of ingto send their children V V or 10 able bodied hands white or cor>re-l.
Builders apd Contractors,that Learning, from home, as.no>pains u-inedlMf upon the Salamander. 'If theIr, MoKia
'O1L .perJb il.5 Proposals will.be received by the said Board until ATaiADISONCaH: FLA.J1he will be ia'.providing'Ior"their' comfort and Foreuehgod wages will bogiven and prompt I Lad been reversed- not'oven.the'afetiaUa

the fil1ltd., of April next for building "a fiew enjoyment.. [ ply insured. ALSO, I I would luur.'emain .My too;orer the iasv*
Sperm gU I' 1 25 Board of Trostcea mtexible '
Linseed per COURTHOUSE. either of wood or brick,' for take great pleasure wfU discipline.will"be, though mild For SalerrOo"accommodating terms. a Bri t. .;-.t. il.roo.5.UJ.eI* ofmyv.u' Mob .

/.paoVISIONS. do 1121125 Duval eoanty.at Jacksonville. .JL and the in announcing to the Masonic Fraternity and. ers lve. 7 T' "? ,., vr,. ., Yard with Its fixtures a number of eligible building ;;_.._? wit1Cfh.' repre.entatlv, eI
j The is to be public generally,,that the exercises of The course of iostrnclloa includes lots one ,
Men Pork bbl 20 building two stories high and must this institution the bran. improved ditto Garden Farm and ilrof'4Jd. aull rtApo: :eoaJ.i
Prime do per do contain at least one large and suitable room in I MONDAY IN JANUARY commence on the SECOND chea of A'thorough'finished.English ,Education. timbered lots of any she from 5 to 50 acres, all ia not be..1up1icated.IurJ' .
next under.tbn
Men Beef do the npper story for a Court Room ; three Jury of Mr. ISAAC AviD, late principal superintendence and a' full preparaUoD.1'or.. College class. the immediate vicinity of Jack..sonviUe'7 It will d'ord me great pJulVt t"

Hamsper 15 Rooms and three offices, with chimneys and fireplaces I of Greenwood Institute, South Carolina aided ENGLISH STUDIES. to -- .. JObS.B AKEIt. eew ito purchased of you sad exi1iajtetlzr+1g
to both stories. The b. Jacksonville: uec. -1, 18ii;' 'tf.TBrdiie at No.
Fides aDShoulders proposals are. to I by assistants. Orthography; Reading Penmanship my Trrttnfoffiefl, I Peart gtristrhees &
competent ; Phonog
accompanied by plans and specifications, for the ohail remain until the new-TnB8} .}2& iftcreeled.
Grammar g5l
do J1 I Mr.AULD comes among ns bearing the highest raphy; ; Geography; Ancient-and Modem
POTATOES selection of the Hoard. I testimonials character, scholarship and successin History; Rhetoric; Cook-Keeping; Composition ;. & Pie Bakery. -. J terpeoUaUr.:,; 1

Sweet per bus 100 Proposals are invited for a building made of I teaching rand the Trustees have no hesitation and IJ oIamaaion; Botany;.the Bible; Vocal ,n"ms is to inform the PubIiet.bat we LUTJ z>ia-i v -" Josl.v. U.5ZLi
Irish do entire new materials, and also for erne into which I Music,Drawing. JL Th; :dcr eed ;lorit
in commending institution under his direc. full preparations to supply Lie town. and eountry mcrehaaU aad
the material of the
old Court House
POULTRY may be 1 tion, to the patronage of the friends of Education; O PFu i\TfltTr* OURSE. etJItr:''rebaser's.with very excellent nil CAl, other# .;'>cjied ia the preservation of tbeir book .
far IO
worked it will all materials
Caiekeni as as go; new to this and the Stilts. l'IES.k CAKES which from sri. [hut particularly .
211iiI throughout adjoining Intellectual wo are now delivering thoselaTiufRlo&:
Moral 'and
furnished Natural
be the ,
Turkeys 100 a 125 by contractor. The object sought to be accompli&ed by the Philosophy; regularly at the houses of customers. rafts in ue] to call at the. depot 146 Water trat.
ICE Proposals will also be received for the tearing Astronomy, Chemistry;Logic; Geology., We New York tu the interior
founders tif this institution is to dispense the blessings take this;'opportuuity or expressing our itt of Mr. CilUrt>
.. pern 4k 5 down and removal of the old building,and for the of a sound practical.education.to all who )MATHEMATICAL, COURSE. thanks for the liberal cridoacss of fccoarapien' safe with tte'&rtk undisturbed, which W 1I&a

s.u."t, purchase of the same without the lot,and also for may desire to become -its beneficiaries and to Ariflmetie; Algebra; Geomtry; Trlgonom8- which we have already received,and while ra p*et. kindly permitted to remain for the uthtsetiu .

per sack 133i160SOAP the purchase of the lot with the building thereon, bring this great boon within the reach'oC.all try; Surveying; Mensuration; AuaItfn1jjeom.' fully asking a continuance of.;the sam, feel war aad gnctiCctUoaof the IIblia. t' :

including the Court House,Jail-&o. The proposals even the most humble. In language of a'circular city; Differential and Integral Calsmus. 'ranted in claiming for the Bread which we offer {&: -ram nr iluzgIr l'rocf YaaltgdVioI ''

per Ib 5k 51 are to he deposited with the Judge-of. Probate issued at the eommeneenuntof the project CLASSICAL( COURSE." qualities unsnrpajsed.in all the essentials which go Door, promptly and !utbfuliy Uee1ited.TE. .. '
of the .
SULYGLES county. to educate the children to make the staff ot life K S"MAftVffSueccss
it is our design and orphans LLtm. Greek German French. palatable,pure,and whole (
of the
order Board.
perM. O0&400 By of indigent Master Masons free of charge ; a some. \ve shall continue tu..use the best flour, to Rich tL
"SUGAR. FELIX LIVINGSTON ibr tRitioll. and the children of others upon aachtenDs A course .Lectures will be deIiyeted'daring which in the hands of-experienced Baker justi- 14S Water stmtf and earner Avftist J. aadSl.

pe1'Ib 6.10 Judge of Probate, &c and Ex-OfScio as may be prescribed.. We appeal to an the year upon Philosophy and Chemistry. Th .fies us in promising customers .Bread, &arb1'iscew York; s!: .i/ .' .4.'.
TOBACCO President of the Board. enlightened public to assist ns in our effort of humanity School will be furnished with a new set of appa-' c. wthroeri of the exelutve right of Rk>h's PateaV

Manufactured.per Ib 425* 50 Jacksonville, Feb. 19,1852.lm.Administrator's. on4 save ns front failure and defeat-firm mUla and will afford ample opportunities for be- I Tickets famished and families any where with for.the whole of the United States,and --7.

TALLOW> --- in the belief and confident in the hope that our cooing acqnaintedwith Science and the practical in the limits of the town supplied at aa early hour thakcfsof Salamander safes combining both'pat*

tferlb Notice. appeal will not.bo disregarded.The operation of its laws. .. every <,.- Price-5 cts per loaf. cuts, comatDTjrt nj*4 KICB'S rafts,or,AVrtMrt''
--- The Academic year will be divided into four t1Y.ER&COOPXA.'l. -Wmaaadcr safes with lhsmovemest. '
.
: IXWEEKS after date hereof I shall apply to Scholastic year.will be divided into two ->'
POIt1 'OF J JACKSONVIL-L'E. S'Che Hon. Judge of ,Probate for Columbia sessions of five months each. Tuition for -cash quarters of.eleven weeks each.Students may enter nov 27-tf f'eb.5.1..12.-3m. .

county for Letters of Administration on the estateof session to be paid invariably in ad aaef. after the commencement of Lay- quarter and -'" : -i&
Entered. Win. be charged only from the time of their admission.TEIUIS Groceries t ir! Croc
Carver deceased. Boarding. rln I: I I.
RATES TUlTrON. .' .
--
.Fc1J.l1h Feb. llth Stsamer cb.E.II.N&h.n.F.Florida WhHl,N.V. Alligator, Feb. SAMPSON,-l9-6w. CARVER. For the elementary branches to wit; Reading Board and Tuitio ,T including lights,[(uelt"and. .1.I1H. S SUBSRIBER number of Boarders is prepared to:accommodate JUST RECEIVED:rn SeWs MIrOS..\
Coxetter
,Charlestoa. Orthography Grammar, Arithmetic etc., per washing, per Session of five months,. $1: 00 I erected residence a in the'Northwest, at his recently N e' 1 ork, a fafl aDd weO icIecUd.an}
4 session 5 '00 German or French extra, --. 600 I part of the lortment of G ROC EKIKS.
lT
Tob. II Brig, E. Hind, Perry N. Y. town, tho location of which known to be adapted expre I'N\ &
is
For higher English branches Rhetoric, Music(including use of Piano) -' 15 00 I. highly family use, considin i1 partf: New York Qty
favorable
Feb. 14th, Sch. Roan /ZamsdeU, N. Y. '. to health and comfort from its elevation. eured
Logic History Ancient and Modern, Fancy Drawing 5 08 Jfaau Shoulders and Baetra, &de MiW'I
The
}.. BU Tuffs, Bmne1. N.Y. I HOUSE is just completed; the sleeping and
Natural Philosophy, Chemis.ry,' to., fainting in Water Colors -900 other Pork Fulton MrkitT.Beef,Pickled&Jr.I 4 t
Feb. Genira, Nieholls. N. Y. .* Oil 4' apartments being spacious and well finished Beef
;
per-session 10 00 1200 Tongue, Smoked !>emon and Beef/oona
Feb 16 Brig Sophie. Caleb Porteam.Fo ; For "Languages Higher Mathematics, Including Instructions in Peropective from Nature. as The it rejects plastering, &c. :ages Makerel Codfish,'-Irkh Potatoes,BaSok -'.

> 16 Brig EUas Dudley Hopkins St. Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, Po- being furniture of thelionse from is also entirely new, gar Lemon, Boston, Soda;'aad Jlbemetky fii*.

Thomas lit'cal Economy,'kc., per session 2) 00 (Payable quarterly, in advance.) ; just received haie been New York. Smoked,Herrings Ooshea Butter Loaf
Arrangement made to the
Ooared. supply table Lard Catsups Preserves and Pickles Dried
a.4
: Ion v AY STUDETTS. with
N.. In point of health morality and good order English Studies and Mathematics $10 00 ample been and excellent fare and good servants Green ApJ ..Uri L.Peaches a _ice .el.ctist
have employed to attend to. tho ;
the
comfortof -
we ventore'tbe assertion that village of'Mad Including the Scientific IVmrse, 12 00 and assortment of Stuart's'Refined Ca .

LIST OF LETTERS'remaining in the Post lion is unsurpassed and unequalled in the State. Latia'and Gt. 15 00 1 shall guests. no pains to render House in eUrespects The undersigned would alsoresb a 1 :

at Jacksonville, Fl,.., February 16, Board can lie obtained in private families on (Payable quarterly,in advance.) pleasant spare those who make my it their home his oldeurtomers and the pnhlio ia .'_ : g.
1SS2. reasonable terms. A convenient boarding house he has on hand in addition to the aba._ .
A liberal deduction will be made for in and respectfully invite call-,from citizens 'who "* .
the Trustees pupils
A Kennsday Lewis will be erected by at an early period. wish A FULL (AND BY HIMSELF CAREFULCf Irs.
the Primary udie Address perinanennoard.or strangers who may sojourn *.
further information will be .
Asharst Ellis R Kelly Patrick Calvin Oak, Any by addressing, the undersigned.By cheerfully given N..BROWN.fleferen In our hospitable clime daring'' the winter SELECTED) STOCK OF DRY GOOD '-

AddisonCA King Charles txunsmitli anal Machinest, order of the Board of Trustees. oct. montbs. ..;.. \. WARD. of almost erery qnaGtT aadiianU;saiUd"tor tk* :44

JUlea ADa Alexander l permanently
B Kelly Georr2 HAS E.F. He is prepared 'do all workIn Secretary. Rev. Coaar CBAXBCKS Capt. 'H. B. NosxsWilmington.Del. furnished it"..ith'a convenient BathEstablishment His stock consists of a'weU irirrfri'istoilaioatl : :

Byra Edmund Lycnrgns Geom the Hnnnmith, line both in ReDairinz and Madison C. H., December 13, 1851. jnl-2m : Dr.. 1 IILLEar Brandy wine_Village ,which always copiously supplied with of Staple, Dry and Fancy Goods Koady MaIo- ; '

.B.nhra James H Lombard Joseph Manufacturing.-Ho has a new pro&ss of R1-. uej.;Kev. M,JHKADFOKD.JJover. jJei.; Kev. water and the necewary convenience ror' albiDj.I Clothing Cutlery,Hardware, together witaOroo*
Boaot George Lotion Wiley FLEING which far surpasses'the usual method. Lragesale Public Lands in Flo- J. E.. Rockwell Brooklyn.-N, Y.; Hon.J.Ocii should add also that my hoaso. is regular kerr.Glasiware,Boots and Shoes,Hats aad Cm. tr
Dr. A. E. N. J. Teachers stopping-place for the Stage .to and from West Saddkry in
-Beckhaaid M Those wishing can have them made to order.- rida. i PHA.VT, BI:1ID.l\Iedf'ord. ; short every variety of Goods asaaflj-A ..
.Bnmcy MeArthnr Mair Mrs All Machinery and Gunsmithing entrusted to _. Ilrirr.' Rev:Taos. CAM Rev. Z. and Middle Florida being upon one of the principle kept in a Dry Goods Stow, .."__ .%.t :.
i the Welters f >
streets leading immediately
Xowie.Eastaee H Mason Timothy N his cere will. receive prompt attention. He NoUN %. berebygiveu'that" the under- MASSFIELD, WilminotonDeL; L. BAEROWS, W.O.W. AD kind of conn try prodaeo.taken ia ejuhaan. .
road.
'WiD. in pursuance of law offer at Andover, Mass. nov 27,'i.1y.j fOt Goods the "
at
C McLe11a.o John hopes by.close application to business to merit a Oct. 9 1851. tf. highest saarkMsrioea, ;
Jacksonville ,
public auction before the Court House door, in t '
': ,
Can Wm A Miller John B share of publio patronage. AHlio ewaswETWsoia Q.1 f J"
the several counties hereinafter.stated.the following aerri
as Sale Lots.ONthe
Canova Sad ora Maples Nathaniel Jacksonville Nor. 13, 1851. tf. valuable lands located by State wtthcrity of N ot1C terms.. Customers would do well to call aad ex* *- .
Cornell Thomas T Marshal John G 2 the first Monday In March win be of- amine for themserrnteforVpvrcaasiflg clsowaer< ..
of the of to said State .
Aba J Moore Colman A as part of grant internal Congress These, at public sale on the premises a number THE Subscribers beg leave to inform their ho being fall;'assured that nose wiU-g*away am. i
Cary John Miller Wm L 2Cs1dweI1W1' SELLING OFF for purposes improvement. ends and the public generally,that having suited .j
S. lsndswereJn good part selected immediately of eligible building and rardea lots, in LA as regards the goods and fto'vtecs asktt ; .
" MayiSS Winter Stock at Reduced Prices after the completion or the U. S. audit. VILLA within mile of.the Market wharf Jacksonville a Storehouse and Wharf of their ownthcy are now for them. MORRIS EElCorerOciaakBsy!* ., t1
,Crosier John A Moire Jas W 2 surveys ,Fla., and alone the route of the contemplated prepared to receive and forward all goods intrus .. SU "* ;...
-- D P FOR CASH ONLY. believed to embrace some ot the best In the Statefor Plank Road. Also a Brick Yard with. itsfixtures. ted to their care, free of charges. Merchants and Jacksonville Nor. 13, 1S51. iL tt
tobacco f
IDrewry''Henry Patterson John the production of corn, cotton, sugar, .' planters will find it to their advantage to ship _' :
'0)aTi ic Brothers Mrs Sarah F ,and tropical fruits-and others finely adaptedto this channel we are determined to
Perky G. W. Barton TERMS-Credits will bo allowed proportioned through try : ltf1
the Turpentine and Lumber business.. The State Florida 5oatherm .CIrcsUt, Hfir, .
,
-Dickson Elisabeth Pratt Henry P to the amounts purchased. Bonds given for Indisputable and pre satisfaction to all. Those shipping _'" __ -
iDoaeUWm QDsmoat WOULD respectfully inform the Citizens of land will" be offered in half-eighths. j titles wboaiwyments are made through us from av&uuah.Itc.. will please give roe coiuitr. J .a

ally Quinby Moses 3 and the vicinity that he is Aero. .- -JOS. S. BAKER orders to have their goods landed on our.wharf; EIwiuO.Guiimq j i

F R now selling off.his present stock of FaIr aDd WInter /*Jffmo county, on Monday 12th Feb.5,1852., td.- this will Insure their. feeing potto no expense at ,. !
Flyna Wm Ramsey John M Dry Goods at exceedingly low prices to.make April, 1852 about 26,640 this place Aim E. GII11ID..Ji ;

Froemaa Isaao Rnnel John room for a fresh supply 01 Spring and Summer Madison, Monday.19tb, 63,5 ""THERE IS NO FAIL IN IT.* Tne Barge t-alfie LodoL-ka.'Capt. L.B. Gray, BOL.PI CHASCIE-T ok'.Drvoaci, Oue at";"
G Roberts Goods his present Stock consists part of Hamilton,Monday, 26th.II 2,440 .. ", will continue to run regularly between P latka Cmszzs. .

Gordon John Rawlins Robert English &ndtrench Merinnos Cashmeres,. De- Columbia Monday 3d May, 3,123Alachua 'St. John's Beach, Fla.,Feb. lith,1352. and Silver Springs. For freight &e., apply to .T IppeariDg-. to the satisfaction of &. Comrt.JL .
Lilac Alpaccas, White Cord Flannels, Cotton ,5th May 9,520 1 the Captain on board or to & GraPalatka. .
Graves Henry W Rutherford Wednesday Dear Sii Having i used 10u'r most valuable Howignol that the said bill has bees filed, aid'hy den
H '8 .'Flannels Furniture Calicoes.Col'd Cambrics.: Levy Monday, 10th May.II 20.480 Medicine called Indian Lexeeust with complete All letters on h. i ess must be poiV proof that the said Ann E. Guynn'residu oat of

Hawkes M 'Stewart Jas C Super French Blk Cloth, Fancy Casaimeres, Mono Monday, 17th Mar.II 68.SWUtnwndo success in my familv. 1 feel i" y \ owe to you paid. ROSSIGNOL & G1tA' this State to wit r at Spanish W .,oaa'of la* .

4 Howling Streeter Wm 3 Sattinetts Kentucky Jeans. (Benton.;) "dlly, I and the public to inform Toq that myself and two I Palatka, Nov. 4, 1:151. 2>2m. Bahama Islands; it is ordered the said .Aa*.ra 4,..
JHH.Wai ...Smith&i U Silk Cravats, Bonnet Rib / ", Elk Silk La- 24th #*& "an3wer-or .
" A .. May, eniiaren nave been cnrei of a 'severe Diarrhoea E. U,1Dn"appear. and plead,
1H0 Sosaa B Sedbary JcLnIHoaaeyMwhal .I..Shswls Rulisboro',Saturday,29th May, 4800TERMS.Cnefourth with it,when nothing else would give,ns relief. Notice. against said bill, on or-before the first Monday te'*
Staniland Dan T and .. White Coanterpaines do. cash; the other three. Publishthis if please. Yours,respectfully,. :Isovembern( In defaul(of*w&fea'MU'aipoai'
you
,Hartley Charles Sullivan Tim Embroidered Curtain Muslins, Worsted Hosiery, fourths payable in three equal annual instal CHAS. BROWN. S MONTHS after date I win present tke.io- ante,the said bin will be taken frj..saMgaiaeJ rt -

;liipler George Stewart Mn A A Silk :..llUltilW.ALSO ments, with interest in advance. Or, if any purchaser To Dr E Poinsett. feb. '2- counts of vouchers of William Scott, C.u- her,provided that a"copy of-this'order be pabridbea
c"mUoha T1flgginbothant prefer it, five percent. will be deducted ed. Administrator of the Estate of .Hkkman in some public 'newspaper'of this State tar
STILL ANOTHER- King deceased to tho Hon. Judge Probates ofAJachu before the a&dIrfl.I_*(''.
Maxey Tyson Wm H from the credit instalments upon the payment ot the specs of six months

:logaa Daniel Thomas Roland shirts poets&drawers& Shoes,Cotton India do Rubber dC. Umbrellas Shoes:Merino Carpet the whole, purchase money at the time of sale. i Black. Creek Fla., Feb. let, 185!. County,and to be discharged. -from farther day in November.or provided that if seopy'.t j
? ewi& Dexter Travers Toney DAVID 3. WALKER I administration ofsaidestate. said bin, and of this order shall bo'personally .
Bags Blk silk Jt Fur Hats, together With a 1 Dear Sir-Some time since a. member of myfamily "V.W.scoTt Admrof the
ImS G 3 Townsend J Register of Public Lands for the State of Fla. served upon or flelitered to her,then she is hereby .
Ilebbardf muel V large assortment of Fancy roods. Tallahassee December 16. 1851. was very ill, indeed with a, Diarrh a. I Estate eT \V m. Scott, deceased. ordered to appear .and plead, answer, or.defend

Harris Noah Vangha Thos .2 Jacksonville, Feb. 5, 1852. 3m. janl-3m resorted to-several things usually given Tor' the By SMITH O'BIUEoiw uy'. against said KB oa tbd first rule'day..after.tbreo ;

loastonMrsPW W Disease but none of them would afford any re- Newnansville,Sept. 8,1351. ll-6m. months after the said service or delivery_'..de

PaCam'Martha Way Smith H JacksonvilleMale Institute Oil*' Tallow, Grease, and Ohio lief. Your Indian Loxecast was recommended fault whereof,the said bill will be taken jrm .

;Jiarris Ezra Ward George Mineral Paint. by several persons ;,I made my-mind to try it, Notice., f few .---'to;& & g"gfli&i!

llarrisoa Adam Ward John JasI &EV. SWART, 4. M Principal.a.ti. barrels Machinery Oil price 75 cents and am very glad I did will_Q.as one Bottle effecteda MONTHS afterdate I shall present my se- -JO& B. j .
300 sudden care. jYoa please publish this-as SIX '. CfwnU..7.t .
WwlCWJeakiac of Tuition i per gallon. vouchers as the Administrator,.of Jodge/Soatiera
Woa Jotham S lnusksotvs.sinus such a'valuable Medicine ought to beknown to Zirias .of State of Florida. {
75 G. deceasedlate.
Whitney of John
2,500 gaInieaxne, cents the Estate ; .
Orthography, Reading it far and near in order that
Defining. Arithmetic the peblic.-, Spread
Tcst 1551. .
ItV&tIoD Robt sizes Monroe county to the Hon.Judge of Probate of Key prit3, _
andreiuna.nship., of eleven 1I tiDd relief. Yonrs &e., .
the
xia_ per quarter 200 barrels boiled Paint Oij, 55 eta per gal. mAr .Monroe county and shall at lame time apply to Irseathe
BLITCH.To
weeks, $ 00GCOtrLJol. : .. ELIJAH CERTIFY the above to bo a ten*oopy
Persons {,OOO: gallons do do [do do said Court for a discharge from said,Admiaistratio'n -
Arjplytqg for Letters in the above list Grammar History, Composition Dr E Po Dlet origin.DOW oa file lnsnyocc: -
wiQ sa.they are advertixd, or they may not get LIocutjonand Book Keeping,do 5 00 la casks of varicros sites.SOO 8EYEN"CASES CUREDISxMuECgFL.t.Doc.9ISI. of said estate 'I.J; Acr ..,
various and interested desired to take
barrels Tanners' Oil, kinds All d are nor
IoitL )IA.KK BUTrs Higher branches of an English Mathematical ,.persons' .. C1art.M.C. > l'
Jacksonville.Feb. qualities from 85 to 60 cents per gaL : :ice7 NICHOLAS SMITH,.Admr. .
19.JS52.-3t. Postmaster. and Scientific course,do 600 'I Key West; April 3,l3S1. Jal1.uL
: ---- _.' ----i' -- L The Ancient Languages do 1000 1,500 gallons, in casks of various sites, various Mr Poinse'tti: i Key. ."West. Nov. 13. 1851. 6m. ;, -
kinds and qualities,from 35 to 60 J
B. M. PEARSON, -The exercises ot the above Institution will cents per gallon. SIR: Forth* benefit of the afflicted yon can N tic. w O tita oantJT ( U L.D'
l
Feb. f 5i of
recommence publish the following have had seven cases
ATTORNEY AT LA IT. Feb. .-lt. CO; tons and tallow coarse grease machinery, for heavy in barrels bearings or Diarrhoea on my plantation this,season; .all of SIX MPNTilS afterdate: ,the undersigned .ad- Y rirtne of anthority Vested In sao Vy1 itrt3; 4

H- A j removed to Jacksonville Florida and casks of j:consistency required. which have been cured by tbo.usa of yoar..most- r of the Estate of Thomas Jones, .wUlexposo for sate iafroat of\tio CjarpJl .
will ia the Eastern any Indian Laxecust.Ynrs deceased, late of Alachoa county. State of Florida lbs first Mea.
praetiot and Southern &.S.PARBAN, Price 6 cents pound. ,, valuable medicine called House door of Columbia County,on
.C etbs Sopreme Court of the State and in 150 ions Ohio Mineral per Point,ia barrels, at respectfully. JOHN PRICE'., win exhibit his account and vouchers, before day of: ;'1882,the following- described:lra t 1ItJ
the U. S. District Comrt for tho Northern District DESTIST the lowest market prim.. Feb. fc- ..,- the Honorable Judge of Probate for said county", : or parcel of land sitaated ia- Mid e.amtyam.ibS&

|of Florida Fee. 19. 15t-tf. for COLUMBIA BOOTH CAROM,} Machinery Oil warranted not to chin in tko and pray for a final settlement and discharge from 1 Suwanne river.Bear,Ltvingstoa Ferry:J ai4.

INFORMS his Mends-and aepnaintaatoi of coldest weather, and considered by those using i I Wanted.A _, ..! .-., .fd. the mid\ 'dri'r., I river containing 400 acres owned by AnoWBiv
WAan
:
he will make professional visit W'titn beh for tarts due th.Stato sad .ff/
DOLLNEIl & POTTER. equal to oil. :SirtJATlOJi a,Teachers'bylho under; ," I ney or .:.
to the State about the 25th of January and will sperm : -'J.C. HATELY,his Aty. for.. 5te$4etytaz$9ftA
Geor' y.ar.lSSL
foiled Paint Oil, equal,to Linseed OO, other signed and Lady both of whom aN I .
Qeaeral Commission Merchant, remain soul' month, Will visit-Jactionvifle, than for white. giant by birth and education.*. They have the advantage i ., Oct/SO,13511' 6rn.Notice. A.J.T. WIUGHTlOta.

14 Vn.' Street Cr.or Halden Laae, I.I Oeala and the adjoining counties. Such as may I am constantly receiving large supplies of the of two yean experience in tho:basioess, . Sheriff Exofida Tax Ciar! \

Us Stairs Hew York, desire his services can obtain them by notifyinghim above named articles and my motto is, 'Small and can give satisfactory reference aa,to ability I %mtor; DeeTlS. 1851. ; : : ,
by letter,to Ocala or meet him at that point qualification, 0A female Academy some PERSONS havingany demands against
retlUllL"
WILL attend pronptly to an business entrusted profits and quick .6
or any other designate, of pracHble access. B. F. POm, thriving village of Florida would be preferred ALL estate of William-Viniant of Columbia The Unlted3 tatai 1" f
U their car*. Particular attention given to the Jan. 15-fl, IB51.. ; 56 Water:st, (under the' Pearl st.H llM,) ? but if this cannot belied the uanzRaraaca wouldtakecbargeofamaleac'hOoL county, deceased are hereby requested to ._'StemerIVANANHOE"1ez.iPilstk&eier .

ail*f PtACOttO@ Lumber Timber and Turpentine; Jan. I, 185. New York.E.IHM.EISON&CO.. _> present then duly authenticated within the time Monday mbrainjr;at 8 o'oloek.'fs

als to the purchase of goods.XKHUaeral NOTICE, V ddrebe nDdlr&1ped. at GnenT\1te. Ga.' prescribed by law.or they will be.barred,tad all Enterprise, ..JeflonviUesndjntevriedIaZika&wthgog .
PERSONS '/h. :. .' .JOI1N"W..SL.ACK.: ; persons indebted to said .*ste,are rtfwssted to excellent acoommoditioos forpcisea.

advancements mads.n eonsigsinent&Friiy ALL for are:a certain hereby.promissory eaRtlonldindiDC" Oct.IS,18St.:: i _._: -. U'-of-l"; '. .h.'iDuaediate. pavmett t the endersizned.li.MiS gets, and eonnectiag each way WIt' 'thft ra sla1. *
.
U.J852.-1 L vINZ4LNT;.
note made by the undersigned on or about the ON BAY STREET: 'F1l0NTlNl LED- nah United lates Mail Basis. For,freight of"

HOPKINS BHAHAM 20th day of October 1851, to .Simeon S, Tyler or ;. WITH'S BRICK BUILDING GE011GB H.'Sl\J1TH-ro < ;' r, '!.PiJ85L. 3m. passage apply oa board'f ---- .; -' _

( bearer. for the sum of three hundred and seventy- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. AUCTIONEERING AND COMMISSION_. -. '**'* RO O O

.0. .tt.raey's at Law, five dollars payable six months after date. ..Tno >. ,S CIQ"' *, ._ -ME/lCHANTS/r :." "- .'., .. -' Notice.S' -- .,. -- ":" ,-q
'
I .OrVTCK at PALATKA. E. FIaH consideration for which said note was given has mIlE SUBSCRIBERS jespectfaDy 'inform: ,JACKSONVILLE. ... ,FLA"... .. '-. K MONTHS after date I wiB present my aeountas > Pn&tksav:2zi11_ '> 5
WILL practIce I the Eastern C1m Business failed and I will not pay it unless compelled by .A. .their friends%nd acquaintances,that,they '" 1- the Administrator the Estate of .- I-
law. GEORGE JOHNS St.Jacksonville. have established,themselves in ,'mercantile ,'UU'SUBSC-Rt have entered: Into.eo, Jwbua:Uogans, deceased,to the Hoa.Judge,of ::.N U e :' :: .iNOTICE

.oatnuted to.their care will bo promptly attended ...Fla.,Feb. 4th, 1852-4 ia : business in this place,.and are sow receiving and JUt>art"wWp*>*_the propose carrying on Probate for Columbia county, andask for a final bhenbytinttd .t'jaJj..w

to. February, 18S2.-t i opening at me 8iana $*ove named, a lull assortment the above-business,'pod.are.prtparedito mike settlement and allowance of.the same and of my. for Stock in the Florida Atlsaiii .
6 Savannah RtjmUica tf. ,consisting of Dry .G*.- Fancy. Articles, tales either oi constgnmont or at auction (one of from the administration 6f said estate.
> and discharge
please publish SAg wifl
FOR Hardware Boots Shoes Hats ., and Gulf Ceatral.;;Railroad bet; opeas4-c
.
Groceries .Cape the
Both of .firm .ttTHERHOOA. &
'
bSITW2SthlaDOO. tho Una being an auctbm er.)+ ? Jacksonvnio at Ute once of J. W.Bnaet 'f.at..t
A: TW ; Bonnets.'Jke.*o.,'with.very:variety. af.roods are WeD aeana tedwitb the merchants: Dd'cti. ,f, ; ')-,*. Administrator.AJligator.Oct. mttre26th'JOHN S.M : ".
eontZteaoonveaieatiyifN usually' Mpt in a' Dry Goods Store. ;Which them the advanr L51 : '. ', .
'Tax.Coteetor' Sale. Jut sens of Interior.Srhick jive I' *m ,_ "' .1 _-
..' -4 A.X4REEDj
,
for large family with all they"offer fir saleas!; eheap'uthey'eseb.purebssedManautablishmeul sales of gooda ,.mer' t :
arranged a
YTIRTUE tare of Disking rea ,
of the aowor rested Ia mo ty out bojjdiogs, in a lathe Southern .sent themon oonsign; Notice -
necessary chaadizehlc
pleasant : ;
:
suy
Ja> La*I shall expose for sale beloro. tho Court part of the Town of Jacksonville., .Attached country{ their entire stock having 'beea'-ooleeted at.7r ; .t :v r. '..4".Ij.: : -; t1f h'tUn uonri118Fc:3_ '. ; : ... ., 4
HOMO door ia the town of Palatka, coat) of to the premises is a reretable garden,'aad.a Wellof by one of the firm with much.care and atbeaQea "They win giro QMJfa1 tltOIakLngOO4 : ;%7nnIN terms. ot tho Statute;ia '- r 1"
I :
>
Pataam oa tao frst Monday September, IS5XaotvMi excellent ... .' 'Titles ondispatablo. VALSO. and with a view.parUenlatiy to this market;they and immedlaVaafes.".They would! respectfully ao- -y Ytk IUdl. proridedt; *in"apply'to the .n .ANotice "i
the legal hour of aaU-thei Ho ngdo? flatter themselves that tbe1..Ul.bo enabled to 1 merchants and tradesmen ofother Hen,Judge of the Circuit Co1Uithe Eastern rjIEbserib.rwiUtakEDe as- ',! i..f1.I
much licit notronagolrom_ Circuit of Florida.for leave to sell the land be.longlut. Boarder His Rooms ibUlIo ,.
thereof .
scribed proporty or 10 AI will pay give eDUaa&isfa.OtioD to all who may favor them f wish 0 A&n A.I** our,mMIto&. ; ft
ths$tais sid--7 Taxes due thereon for the LIlkeIyIounInegTo woman of good character, with their patronage,both_as to:the'prints and 'IAea"'QeI'ifin4-mb rom tZ7 .t tho EststeOfVflUam'cotJat.. of. His Table shall be inferior to mona for,tho ..
.. ,
$ ) a good 090*. washer, and tower. : : C-Qlambi coot.d8ceaiecL' and.verttention paid to the eoaa(rt' eat
ToarlOa,!* witt 16,000senirtor.orhs.s of quality of their goods. -" f1 .n'i i! c. .
to. '
'Led I Irbl', and Mac in Seetbm W. of ,_ : ALSO, _,t5"orititrr.wm..be.eonltaDt.1rec: te.4ed, .. :3'Jtk G a.G&H.SMTR., ,_.;- ..- ,..w.W ScOrrAdmr. health of bi patron* *T G'U.SMITH. "4 .4

Towaship 10. ii of Raaeo-, E-j Section$,of A valuable plantation ia Celamkla county,TTa.eoataining .' log such additions to their Stock' as fbi state.ofthe .JiC1 rJOH .WpalC, il. r1.S p 1E ._ '. ,;" JacbDn! ,.Nor.lSS.S; -tt; 'i i.
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TowashiplL 8-,and Raege 25. E, and Section four hundred sad forty--ight acres first market may require. and having made ar- -.i"' dt ".F +i8la\e8.< ; -.1 ALto .". ,-. :1r. -

Mof Township 10, 8.and Range-26. E. and rate cotton lands together- with' Lbs"* valuable*- im",< rangejfeents&New York orders-eaa. W supplied ,0. Rqnnc.ftBouJtei. A CO :_' .,Win. __.:-p.t. 4ligi1e. .; .'lS.'Ud.. .. U, _, :... .It ; Machine. mad ..rIn -.111'.
BeeVoaWo r4IM Wiac retarned as tho property.f Bo.; ", :A'LSO, Hidea Tallow B.eswszsnl Beck. HsnsE;win k BonJacksQnYilis Mo.&esb.QriodA.f3arvanuab. B&PUD'bYtUtedte. ii..J .'.i tJNtkeL; l O 18ped\t".&lily ,tie.per&etioa" .

by GV,R. Fairbazis following lands ia Manea jMnnty..,"to IIIncei-re41a- txehango far goods. '. v .;'- .E M j &a(W1tr.eu .tt..n..Pt.
rr i y ; 3a.i3.12 1 .l tvoi} : l.u .Jnhdftt1alari1.r, the a.hes.1uri2Lb4
Female
.BmD. 2usrt'ortba.tyes
it -R. wit .On.Plantation containing hundred and >,Friend andoustomers are respictflysetldte&caUsed _,. _i" ; : "- .r. ; "ti-J
'J uamba.i : I : : arJuit4tale;win ctnmenss oath.let)fCllldabI OIlIiMltUJ-.qdJeeb.bettLwillbe
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W', .Pata&aiow7t'. forty acres wdUImp4." oao containing av. 1 .' 'fc '.r.i.. $ 2 jinnary WML Ter for admiasfcnj shehbeenrevious1jsdTsiaed. I lower.>aaa iteaaoae4* by5"hand
PaUlkaFeb.l> r .Li HARRISON: > r > l.oerrkes ? M anas
hundred and fifty-six elgevbnm. ; | wtice
., i_ acres impravementa, + SANDERSON. ti 4tiiitt ;.n.aaIJicri.md.'JCri: tot a** "
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. f1X.hft..1 .dte Estate ofWm, AppIJ, .... 1.Jettu,. >;WItR C.j8.' if It' :WEEKS i" .after date we--win" apply to tao u.-laeklOuii&o. *n.Lo bun!. .. { '. f" ,1 t. t"I --n South' Bowt.J&. r'1 oti

Horn.Jad o of PrvbaU c SIX of ProbaUV/oTC Jnmbia GOuty for go pro 1ft' U1e. <>IadiW DS$110OhU, 'artnerakfptexisttna',hetweea .iho i!CE. II !t.. :'' uJ. 'St

fwOalsoi .,'. ask for sins! setUsifftontaaaaBowaaooof : ;Jack v*oirr1Q, %'Jaa- l ;.zssz'1. ,Y'-Jaw&L ATi "f' ,J" l.tter$or dministi&tioad bo isao .on'<4ooaBy *< b thtVIr1O partment, and feels great eoajUhirtly &:{HMuortlraed> ,as consent.Mt.Wait Attorneys$tawyaac boostdjooiro4 :.!'% .. '_. _. ... ." _. :-.J .v I1&.
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, '! l PIUsUtD gvEzTvp.sDay.ATk.stwt1i. COTTON FACTORS'L -- frmea.., .'rHEJ1OSTCERTAINV-4ND'-sAFE :'ToD-E.PoInaetL1 6'--, j ""jI"-' i. '1Q.. J'9Jl'.uU.-'t DcISt '.
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.' :COLUMBUS DREW. COMMISSONIERCUANTL ttttftldttrtf. jnannscript&orpaper 'l;,;'. vuset WDear'Sjrt I take pleasure In : 54"Gold Slnth NVr.;
: O1aEl .of 'kind DlARRtiCEA *
V any : Dotc .h b Indian (: T1NUE to publish the fonr'Iish a
Corner 4dJeffcrion.Struts expressing to you roy approbation your ,J t-
Bay"
S Turn*. Three Dollars per annum payable a: 1 or by'mk VVVV" VV -,, Loxlcustas:. famill.lDedlein..l.h.aTe used it. V Quarterly Reviews aaa'Bta" ot
SAVANNVAHGA.V V tent by nail, Jentnecln V.V.V ,.,p.t. .1' .Magazine in addition to which thy have
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the Yours
| pmerdering Paper. < tab!.shall be charted ; V with good.success ,rejrpectfullj'- __ commenced the publication of recently
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r'.;.' ,if not paid W..1Ibe expiration JOHN BOSTON." .JOHN" H. CCNBT. bal? OBBce or fraction1 announce above thewelgbtnsnredlathlatablo .DYSENTERY.- ::4 / .' .",7 'I cultural work, called the .' -

3*frt ;are charged$4.: October 80,'1351. tf. a additional'tingle bas beel d to the lU'blic. .- C 'Jacksonville; Nof.llr.'ISgi.-- ;:' 'Fatrners Guide to Scitntlji,?;tf
. Which preseDt t
'* V r.I to b hae.; '* .. ever i *jou1.thai
Advertisements will be iaertea at the following It 8famts'u1'on its own merits,-and needs' no Mr. Poinsctt -This'wffl"inform fore AgnCultuTt//A"

raJesyOna Dollar jwrwjuare' (of twelve.lines)for E.' M. ..MOORE, '& CO. .i. : i : j1T VAVlfO-TTAILKD. T. CVRE. several years" have suffered much-at-different' *"11y'1EIItr STEPHENS, F. R. S., or
'1' puffing. Chronic Dfanh a.- I have tried your
GENERAL 8 f times from authoref the) "Book of the Fai :, '
/
firW subse- V It.
the ;KBtTSewetity-Flve Cents for every '.' V V i t relief ;
INsTtcL.Ia an'entire ,
8IKOi.s and received
IN A : ndiantLoxeonst, stated by John 1'. Norton M. A..N.u.T..
\t1nJettI. "To yearly Advertisers a liberal 001I N loBS'A V : : VV i rufus\ 'Valuable ;preparation' ii;compounded and have no reason to doubt its being anenC. .Professor of Scientific Agrieoltm iiL.Yale CoL.lege .

.dbwevktwill be made: AU transient AdvertisejMtibt .F, ; :. ,I' i, ',@I '_. from several medicinal roots growing IA 4he Believing it to be j a duty which I owe which to the afr |' &c., &c. VV T- *?* *
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running account V 8 Wilds of.Florida.- is FCKELT .and-WHOLLY lieted[ ,-present you .this certificate; yoU This highly raluable_,vork ...eOlDprl.11'.
(except by persons having a (Smette new Warh0.) .18 Vegetable, and desfgned ESPECIALLY for the cure cani use as you think: properiI willMso say, largo royal octavo volumes,'containing oterUBOpages

TwUh the office) must be paid for previous to publi- 219 .:--'a-. ";.V i.; VrVV. r-1.S. .- ''or the above disease..' The Inventor and Proprietor hat in eOD'feningwith. many who have used your ,- with 18 or 20 splendidjteel carman,
G :
BySrei &mfna v _. 2' invaluable medicine, I'have not found one who did not re-
o V V 0 G lawfully convinced that itis and more than 600 engravings, on wood ',1

::: .Penonl at a distance can govern their remit E. M. MOORE,, 'N.:M.: HARRIS. .-L;. ..V.- .. V Z.!,.l f o..p i 0 Medicine la fact the test that he has given.tonthlng it- ,eiTereliet .:JOHN c. LEY;; highest style of the art, illustrating ahnost every
.the,
; Oct. 23,1851V tf. in the town in which he resides, and \ '' VV V implement V husbandry now in use by the tM
'\aaett' for advertising,by the following rates tOne < WHM PKETAID. O Cts. Ctt.. Ct: success with whl.h it has met warrants Pastor. V Methodist Church'Jacksonville.JacksonviHeVDec.4thl85ii.-- farmers,thc best methods ploughing-, planting,

4 square (twelve lines) published liz montb Joseph Baker U. D. Weighing I ci. or under, 1 him in saying that it Is a POSITIVE CURE, i -. ; harvesting &e., &c the various ddaesue V

. 'f.r. .ttO single rates. ..-.,........ 3 6 10 15 I le has therefore come te the determination to ; 'bi animals in their highest pe cetioQ.< iaj short the
, } : 15 00 PRACTITIONER. OF.MEDCINE, MID-, Overt oa.a4Dtoverlol.>_J'S: 1220,80 1 lt.ce it within the reach of all, knowing how ma I ;E.> 1set Deer Sir i Three parts'of a Pictorial feature of the book is jai t Two squares,for six months, WIFERY I Over 1 O.d os.- 9 13 \IS 45.. '' SlY suffer with this very unpleasant and often dan- i Jottle of your most'Ts1uabl.. medicine called indian it of incalculable value to the stadent of
other Business Cards aa. 1000 StRGEBV. over2oz. 12 24 F *' in the Southern' and Loxeenst has entirely relieved me of a severe '
. i Legal and per Over 6. gere? *s Disease particularly agriculture. /J15IJ
*v Mefieet to debtors and creditors 7 00 Office o l ere .of Market .and Foy.Strett 111.and not 2}o>. IS .804 W *{_: Western States. V V tl' -., attack-of Diarrh L..1. cheerfully, recommend The work is being. published in' Seni-monthry
. the Court V In purchasing' "Indian T eud" .be your medicine to those similarly afflicted.
Numbers of 64
opposite UHPAIB. each exelasivery.U
'A'pplIeaUon for letters of admlnuitratVm, 5 08 Ho$ WHM V With &o.. pages '
; ; SInglerate, 5 10 10 15 particular.and look.for.my written signature entbelabel.VV respect yours Steel engravings, and .it:sold at 23 teats, or f* -
. 4 .;Jfetloe of Application for dismissal u AdminisW JACKONVILLE Fu.Cet. Overjkoa. &. 01.. 10 20' -20 80Orer ," ; VV THAD. c. ANDREWS.. for the entire work in numbers of'which they

: .ua&, : $ 00 16, V tf. 1 os.&ad over. 11 os. 15 SOSO.. ..,4'. ;I refer the public below to a few certificates seeded will be at least twenty-two. J ii .

'1 -4:For announcement candidates for offi e, S 00 Over 1} os. and not over 2 os. 20, 4 .4fr : from among many received from respectable AmERICAN AND FOREIGN TLe BrituhTcriodicals e-publibad:

fSp announcement will bd made unless the.same N. H. OORw GO.'S ORCHARD Over 2 os. and not over 21 os,25 .4JV 75' citizens V V f'.Jacksonville. AGENCY follows viz: V, V
EGBERT POINSETT..
London
" t' : The Reilew (CoDIt"at'
Quarterly
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Orange county N the BOth Jane 1851 the
after ,
: ck.Accompanied with the amount charged. on"FrG and CITY OF WASHINGTON
inland letters P. S. Planters should not be without this valuable The 'Edinburg Review tWhigThe Nenit
rates
':; ft* Editorial notices for private benefit will be New York. -mode i. e.'of letters computing from the rupon withia: the United Medicine-: Every family nght to keep it TTND R the direction of AARON HAIGIIT British :Review, (Free Church,) ._..e V WatilllJa.

A 'karged double the rate of a1lvcrtiing.V Fro It. Fruit and Ornamental TREES, Stafi eo'o to and also upon on hand. V U PALMER of New York and WORTU- ster Review, (Liberal) and Blackwood's Edii,
or A. M. REED principal Agent for Jackson INGTON burgh Magazine (Tory.) J,A'l
GARRETTSON
UcUcious Obituary and Marriage notices,will Plants, Shrubber &C. &e.furnished t letters between the United States and the British ,., V SNETHENofNew
American be a follows t ville. '. Orleans 'Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme Although these works are distinguished by the
,. bb11ibedgratiu. Order. .ortb rate,prmcel- half an ounce ; Court of tie United States. political shades above indicated, yet but a small

I *CemmunicatMBS nt wt be post paid.a NO'felnbr 13, 1831. lawtf. double rate, if exceeding half an ounce, but not JACE.SOnlfoLE.E..F., August 16th, 1851. V This establishment is formed for the following! portion of their -contents'is devoted to political
t" ... -- -.. V exceeding ounce; treble rate, if eel ** i Dear Sir This win inform yon that one bottle objects V V subjects. It;:is their literary character which

s : JAMES U. BAKER, ounce, but a not exceeding an ounce ad hal; of your medicine, called INDIAN LOXECUST has 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of gives them their chief value, anci'in:thatr.t&ty
,. : J. p. Sanderson and so on charging a additional rate:for ever permanently cured two of my negroes of a severe the United ::States and conducting professional stand confessedly far;above.al) other Journals ot
," ASD COt'NSELtOR L\W ATTORNEY AT LAW, additional half ounce or fraction of half attack of Dysentery. I consider it an excellent business before Congress. their class. Blackwood, still under-the masUrly .
lWdTlStT Alligator Columbia Co. East Florida. The mode of rates upon letters to medicine for this complaint, and take great pleasure 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claimsin guidance of Christopher North,maintains its ancient -
computng' '.
. .' HAVING H-rtOveJ M. office (from Columbia ''I Great Britain countries, in recommending it to the public.V law or equity,against the United States before celebrity, and is, at this time, nnasually at

' to Jack-wnirille, Uuval County the British North American forig exceptd. Respectfully Congress or. the executive Departments,.oragainst tractive, from the serial works of Balwer and other
1 Vetpeetfully inform hi* friend that bc will wntlnuelhe -I H Whit Smith: & IU, .O'Brien! will remain as at present, tiioel 3 S. D. FERNANDEZ. foreign. Governments before Boards of literary notables, written'/or that Magazine
.: instructions To Mr.E. Poinsett. Commissioners. and first appearing in its columns both i&Grtat .
to
i March IM9, and agreeably
of formerly.He ,
Ms AT LAW
.1 :: practice jirofossion as ATTORNEYS to the table of foreign .plded 3. For the settlement of accounts with the Britain and in the,United States.- Such works U
will attend at each and every Term of Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida.M pstagel.DRECINS. JACKSONVILLE, May 6th, 1851.This State, Treasury, War, Navy Post Office, and "The Caxtons"and "My New JfoveL""(both \J
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the Circuit Court in the several Cwintks of is to certify it is with much pleasure that I Interior Departments and obtaining the'remission Bulwer.) -My Peninsular Medal" "Tb* Green

Jadkial Ctm it., the Cnnnty of WUI SMITh I I M..O'BRIEX, 1st. Every exceeding h announce to the Public that I have been effectually of fines,penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged Hand" and other serials, of which numerous rival
,. the Eastern I Office at .Alligator. | Office at Newnnnsville.S. an ounce weight, shall be deemed .single leLtr cure HatoQlon in the Middle Circuit, tie \\ >rcme or i 'V bjthe highly recommended remedy of] laws. this country have to be reprinted by those jmV

::' Curt at Tallabawc, and the U. S. Court it St.Augustine. W BAKERATTORNEY rt.. drop-letters, or letter placed in any Mr. 'E. Poinsett. I had resorted to mans things] 4. For securing letters patent for inventions Ushers from the pages of Blackwood after it Ms

::,' : All business entrusted to Lis cnre V AT LAW. post office not for trs for delivery but of no avail I was induced to try his very! from the United States or from foreign Governments been issued by Alestrt. &ott fy Co., so that tab*-
only shall be charged postage a the sate of palatable and pleasant Medicine and to my great:I and procuring land warrants and pensions scribers to theReprint of that Magazine may always
.,';' .. Will rewire prompt nUei.tion. ; JACKSONVILLE, E A ST FLORIDA. one cent each. V satisfaction was completely cured within a few' under tho, various pension laws of the United rely on having the rarfra/freading" of tb

Address-J. P. 'A-xbEE Jacksoiitillt I .. 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensation days, and have not been troubled.since with that States.: fascinating tales. V "
" : Envoi Couiitv Florida.Jacksonville Hierellc for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the so much dreaded disease.I 5. F collections generally, embracing debts, TERMS-per annum.
tf lion. \V..B. : Georgia. 30th June) did not exceed$200,may send throughthe am happy to say other immediate cures have legacies, and inheritances in the United States For any one of the four Reviews, $3 00
: ,Jan. J7 13.V). M&rcli2O.1831. tf mail all letters ttm by himttlf, and receive come under my own observation within a few and foreign countries. For any two do ;. 5 00

all times __ through the writtn communications days. 1 cheerfully add my mite to the alreadygreat 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in nny of For any three do V 7' 00
.
; : i;en. Jnmtt .\ Pcdrn,cx* at OSSIAN B. HART, addressed to himself,O private butinets,which. amount of testimony with regard to your the States or Territories of the Union ac.l loaning Tor all four of the Reviews J1.l1 00

, : be found at tbe office of Col. J. P. SAXDERSOS for shall not exceed in weight one half ounie-.free of Valuable Medicine. I am, respecfully, &c., moneys on. mortgage of real estate lying For the performance of professional service and will ATTORNEY AT LAW, postage. This do not author them to fn HEARN, Jr. therein. Fur Blackwood and three Reviews .9 60

a'toattend to tho business of the latter gentle- KEY WEST, FLA., any letter written ad To E. Poinsett;Esq. 7. For invc tll1ent .0Cfunc1&.in L uito1' States For Blackwood and the four Reviews 10 00
. Courts their private business only; nor does i author and Statestock, ait-1 loans,collection of the dividends for Farmer's Guide [complete in 22 NOL) t 00 it
States and
: inan during the occasions of his absence. Practices of the in the Southern United District of St\t. them to receive free of postage any J CltSOl'lVILLE.l\Ja1 21, 1851. thereon, and, generally for the Iran-action Payments* to.be. made in all cases in advance.

. Dec.2.\ 1851, written communications addressed t themselves,, Dear Sir: I consider it to be &matter: of VV duty V of all business pertaining to a law, loan,. anti I CLUBBING.
'.. I. IJIHcQueen July10-t.f___ and 'n their private bUies. to inform you that I bad been laboring under avery banking agency. A discount of tuxnttrffe per cent from the
violent attack of Diarrhoea,which baffled the All communications addressed postpaid, to clove prices will be allowed to Clubs ordering
mcIntosh, JOHN C.HATELT N wtpaper Ratuper yuarterv>hen tent fro I skill of two Physicians and rendered me unableto Messrs. Palmer & Snethen. American and For- four or more copies of any one or more of the

o" .ATTORVEy'ATl.AU"Vn.Lattend ,. ATTORNEY AT LAW.V the -tfice of publication, to actual and bona. Jdsa6irzbers do any work. Bat fortunately when about to t eign Agency city of "Washington, will receive. above works. -&bus: 4 copies V of Blackwood or
\ the Circuit Courts In the Eastern : give up all hope of ever obtaining relief I heard L prompt and faithful attention. V one of the Review will be sent to one adttrcu for
I :.f ; of "INDIAN LOXECUST and the use CALMER SNETHEN, $9 ; 4 copies of the four Reviews and. Blackwo
Jf District Court at St. OFFICE NEWNANSVILLE Fom after the 30th of June, 1851, for each I your V
it: Circuit ; the United States ne not exceeding three ounces in,weigbt, of five Bottles has entirely restored me to health, Office No.5 Carroll Place, Capitol'ffilL for #30 ; and so on. :
#, Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; FLOnDA. th>paper annexed rates to be paid quarterly : 1 take much pleasure to recommend your Medicine Juy3. lawtl. CEJ- Orders. from Clubs must be'sent 'rf rrrtthe /.
11 quarter
., ;- *md prosecute ClAims for cititena in any part of sept. t. ia } rates&only apply where, to all those who may be similarly afflicted. publithen, as no discount. from these Flees.
: avae. Yours &c. BENJAMIN DAVID.To can be allowed to Asjentt. .
,
It Florida against the Government at Washington, United States Mutual Insurance I. the paper from the office of publication tc I Bountv Land and where issned wm
in the States ,
: actual and bona fide subscribers. E Poinsett, Es '*., either before Congress or at the Departments. Company, be received at par.XRemittances.
I JacktontiUe East Florida. JACKSONVILLE,June 27, 1851. Washington, D. C. { and.;communications should
&J- ADDRESS WEST POTTSDAM, NEW YORK. Dear Sir I am entirely relieved of my complaint T;.WALKER: will .give prompt i be always addressed, post paid or franked,to tae
.c May 2. 1830 11' ; :: nthla thanks to you for your "INDIAN LOXEUUST ,JOSEPH attention to the.BOUNTY Publishers. LEONARD SCOTT fc CO, ;
KIWGSLEY B. GIBBS, V ," it is the best I have ever used for the LAND CLAIMS of.officer and soldiers engaged 79Fuitonst.N.Y.entranceG.ldet. &

\ :;. James W. Bryant, MAYPORT BULLS, DUVAL Agent G IJ V t diseaseand I feel happy in recommending it to the in ftORTDA WAR, or in either of the,.LTOJUX V 'S ..-. j

t/ ATTORNEY MD COV-SS&LLOn-AT.J.A". May 1831 I --S public. Yours, trulyGIORG, WARS in which the U. States have been engaged, The'Gtob e. ..
; 2 t 3 a .2 COULTER.To or the"War with Great Britain of 1812;-to .1 Agricultural and Literary
,: ; Will attend to Professional business in the Courts __u__ __ E. Poinsett, Esq. "V claims on the U.States_ for,MILITARY SERVICES CO1VST8SSQGJ, '

fJi o .f the Eattern CirCitit of Florida and in the Federal SAM'L HOYT' Co'., Ct.Ct.Ct.Ctl.C.Ct.Not *BATON'ISLAND, St. John's Beach, ) SUPPLIES, PENSIOXS.'LOST:EOPERTY, &0., and to .Neicspajrer.,submits .to the _bin
undersigned pablie
j.' :<: V .rt for the Northern District of Florida. GENERAL t COMMISIO over 60 miles 2 1 August 7, 1851.. 5 any Attorney description Washington.of business' Over and not procuring
, ; ALSO AGENT MEHtHAIS 300 5 over 60, 20 10 5 21 Dear Sir This will inform you that three V of Warrants his charge will be to. In other cases the nest session Congress. Congress bat Jxowi.

for Business in the State respecting In The Buying And $ Over not over 1000 S my children were dangerously ill with the Dysentery the charge will be proportioned to the nature and so liberally patronized the undertaking that f'.
general V
: 8 75 .80 15 Ti 8j or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks., I,tried difficulty of the case. will be established as,a standard work worthy efl
;. grants and donations of lands and the location EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICUL Over not over 2000 4 almost everything that generally roeneff.ihrdol-J- I He will abo act in connection with Agents or ts cScial imprimator unless the underlined fail*

selling thereof. TURAL IMPLEMENT 10 60 20 10 5 disease,but all to no effect. A friend'.misset Attorneys in Florida, who may be employed in In his duty. .This.will not be the ease if eaAtt-
10 4 V .
:: ALSO AGENT Over 2 not over 4000 commended me to try lour Medicine callednae Bounty Land and other claims on terms which effort can avail. The OzonE is the only-paper
75 V 121 6l DIAN LOXECUST.: I procured It-ande m be iizreed Letters which that will furnish fall reports of the proceedings aa4t
[ should be
: j for the collection of Claims upon the United ALSO, Over 4000 miles 12 6 1 15 happy say that Ii Bottles of it cured all) thre may paid will receive npon. immediate attention. debates of the two Houses of Congress; and baring -*'

;. States for Military or other services, pensions, Georgia and French Burr Mu Stone; Enp. 18 9 6 3 7i of nW. children-hoping your valuable MedicinImay post June 5. lawtf. received their sanction as such, the best Reporters ;.
Colagen Cnllin and will bet to write out the debates
and for horses DIRECTIONS. become generally known,to that all that may engaged
volunteers or
Mppfc furnished kind of North and and CASH paid each ,which V,will the revW a if)
produce Sut.h. 1st. only, when sent as above be amicted with this disease may have a certain of day, undergo
V. lost for which the United States for Wool, Hides, Deer rVty ppr' Notice.TO The .
.ther property Shipping Fu. stated in the county where and safe rttaedy, Yours truly, the Members. work ftefpassingVthrouk'V
liable. SAM'L HOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. they are published; and f although VV JAMES LATIMER. THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS. the DAILY GLOBE and receiving correction;will*

". A hirers Jacksonville.East Florida. in the mail over 60 miles.2d. conveyed To E. Poinsett,'Esq.JACKSONVILLE. OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE be presented, as finished in the Co
I and AppEiDixi ', t
not'oyer 300 Ii >BE
Refeec Newspapers containing square July 80,185L. THE REVOLUTION. The debates will probably increase .iafntcra > .
: V.". J. HcRobert Baker, I V JUt.ASDERO* C. FUNu BRAJJT- rates.inches, &t b charged one quarter the above Dear Sir: I have tried your very valuable Medcine'lo TTJTY a recent Act of Congress, officers and soldiers during V the next session. The one subject which_

t ATTORXRY& COUNSELLOR AT LAW : LET Co.,, WEB-TER J P4UU.. SWIT. & Co.& 3d. Publishers of V newspapers are allowed to'ex- Diarrhoea and find it by far the best and JL> (who have not received) are entitledto engrossed the last,will doubtless give way to otV :
Savana ; MILLER safest for this disease BOUNTY LAND for services of one monthor of Variety,-which in this progressive
... E. FLA. New change free of one copy of each number cure dangerous ,that I have era great V
& Bos-
JACESONVILLE ; RtGOLsNoUR. C. pstge. known the widows,and minor children of those the conflicts of and the ambitira-
fun Mass. only and this extends to ever or heard of. My little daughter, aged more; country, party
r \V !.. practice in the Courts of the Eastern Ct., H. S.; LOXIS. ESQ.\ New published; in Canada.4th. newspapers V about two years had suffered long. and.was reduced deceased are also entitled. The Subscriber will for place and distinction. necessarily prodnefc ._
V Ju-.ti Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Jack. Savannah; : ,28tb Q.l Viington.. DeL The weight of must be taken to almost a skeleton,and 1 tried part of undertake at a moderate' compensation the Vast interests will be'at ttake upon the deiiioar.-
.. August lept.4tf or determined when newlpr dry state. a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST" and claims of those interested. Having been employ. of the next Congress ; and there is great talent ia .
on file and in the United States District Court 5th. Postmasters are not ar to receive it has acted like a charm the child V is now improving ed in public office for several years his experiencein both branches which will be evoked in their l-l

or tbe Northern Dutrict of Florida. Having JOH CLATER, DRUGGIST, free of postage entitle franking> and may be seen by those who do. not.be Bncn matters will enable him to.afford great cnssion. All the honors of the Republic depen.
an eficicnt and reliable agent at Washington he Brouhtn street, Savannah, Ga newspapers privilege Ider tbeI. lieve. Respectfully, V "" facilities claimants for LAND AND PENSIONS dent on the succession to the Presidency at w.U
V V A. V. COLVIN. and laTe them a great deal of trouble all the and interests which'P'
claims the United States OFFERS 6th.Payment in advance does not entitle the as great permanent
for sale
witj preaeeete against line of every (article I his paying to deduction from the above To E. Poinsett Esq. and expense.V Where be obtains nothing, no to the advancement of the power of the country.",
,: before Congress and the Departments at Washing buiels. besdea pry any charge is made. _All letters post-paid will receive will give impulse to the action of the next Con

ton. Spirit Camphie. ST.NICHOLAS, Fla.,July 31,1851. prompt attention and the necessary forms..and gress. V .
located at Jacksonville he Ladreth'. WaLd Rates to Dear Sir: 1 his is to certify that two Bottles of instructions sent. V ,The Daily Globe will be published daily darinc'
Being permanently Seeds, of Poage b dg upon a traltNeppaf your Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECUST" C. W. BENNETT, Att'y.Washington the session of Congress,and weekly the remainder-

will give hill entire and unremitting attention to Sgar.&c. &c. and Periodical,, has permanently cured two of our Negroes,ofa severe D. C. of the year.,. It will contain full and faithful re*;

V bis profession, and all biuinces entrusted hLs and retail.N. !Mate. tt Ntp. & three month Diarrhoea. I take pleasure in recommending October 1850. tf ,VV ports of the proceedings of both Houses of Congress -,
B. Spirit manufactured, and- always fresh and tent from the office publication to actual your valuable Medicine-as being without: doubtone ; and miscellaneous articles on those general .
care and for sale as low as-can be V purchased in the and bona fide tubtcnbert. of the best and safest remedies for this disease 'Notice. V : subjects to which it is devoted _- q *
He will also attend to any LUSIUCM. as Southern market, for cash or approved credit. that I have beard of or seen. Yours truly The Weekly Globe will contain Agricultural,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER Nov. 27-Iy. JNO. A. M. t .t t V W.O.McINTYRE. riTHE UNDERSIGNED. having formed a Co- and miscellaneous articles; and win occasionally
V by the Governors of tbe following Nan-For each :3.: t "t To E. Poinsett Esq. ,JL partnership for":the, Practice.of Medicine; give debates.ofsuc'himportnnce command ttaire -: '
I Appointed DYING ,AND SCOURING additional ounce. or a o respectfully offer their professional services to the rsal interest. V
States.to take Testimony, Affidavits and Acknowledgments ESTABLISHMENT fraction oC aD ounce e 0 o. JACKSONVILLE' ,June 9th, 1851; citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity. ; 'V The price of,the IVeetdy Globe isieueeditccc

4 to be used therein : JfO. 7 YORK STREET, beyond the tell ounces i5 sa : sai .ain ', 0\ Dear Sin I have:used your Indian'.Loxecust J. S: MURDOCH, MDR. .. dollar with a view to obtain a more general r.

Virginia, (REAR OF THE COURT HOUSE this table an adsi: = .8:.ndition&1 8 in my family and hare found it a very valuable, .P. DANIEL M. D. circulation. .
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.Vermont, SAVANNAH, GEO. charged 0 .Si .8 recommending it to the public.c V son House. done for th .Iu t seventeen years. Congressional
Massachusetts, South Carolina, ...< Respectfully,., %.JrE.TOWNSEND., Oct.,30. 1831.- f 3m. proceedings and debates
cSN g2 cSCta oxclusinlil
V. V V V
'New York, Georgia, ALEXANDER GALLOWAY, Egber Poinsett.Esq..* *' .. The Appendix \fiXL embrace the revised speeeaeaf,
Pennpylrai a Alabama, his thanks to his friends for the A" sepanttely/aad the of the President.f
RETURNS < Ct. Cts. Cta: Cu. JACKSONVILLE, E. Fla, May 171851. Nassau County TaxCollector's Sale. messages .
Delaware, Mississippi, has received since ho commenced One os. or under I 'I 2 '3 "4 6 the United States and the reports of the Heads.*f,
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Texas business in this city in 1832,andwould state to his Over I os.00tonr2 01. 2 .4 8 8' '10 Deav-Sir This may certify to yon that 1 bad a VIRTUE authority in me by law vest the Executive Departments.The .
MarylanJ, friends,and the public generally, tht.during h II 211 II ..43L 8 8 9 12 15II negro girl suffering under,a severe V attack of Di- BY I'will expose for sale, in front of the Congressional Globe and ApJend&published wfll\* Jl
i jan 1.-ly late visit to London and Scotland, h aqU 3 II II IS 44i 4 8 12 ,1620 arrhoea, and that the use of one bottle of your Court House door of Nassau county, on the fintMunda1 as fast as the proceedings of.Congres- .
*.;. -- .-.-. various improvements connected with II 4U Id II 5I 6 10 15 20 25 preparation called "Indian Loxecust" effectually of March 1852,'the following described will make a number. 'Subscribrrs may expect *D"
II II II cured her and,I would take,this method of recommending number of each a week during the first four weeujl
f/fFAi. "< OSCAR HART DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING 5U S" 6 12 IS z.a SOII tracts or parcels of land situated in said county .t .
II 41 ,, it as a very valuable Medicine. bin session;and two or three numbers of.eaeII-.
which be trusts will enable him to 6 7 7 1. 21 28" 85II V One tract containing 250 acres,lying near the residence
1..1 W.Olee.1IJ'IMI give general II II Yours truly, JOHN. BRANTLEY. week afterwards until the end of the session. """*
4V270RNEY43' 7" 8 8 16 232 40 of Mr. John Higginbotham, on a .
all who
to .
eatiefa't'J'on may plea to fav.h 'I 5U II' V. 9ff 918 Mr. Egbert Poinsett.: swamp Complete indexes to the Contretrional CM --
tho Second floor at the Court-house, 27' S6 45 called Little Milk;another tract lying on Funks s
; street. with their patronage.Ladies' II 9" V4 II p14 10 20 00 4Q 50' Swamp. containing 250 acres. These lands are and Appendix will be sent.to subscriben toeD after .'
Forsyth
Bilk and woolen Dresses, Shawls. fce., JACKSONVILLE July 26, 1851. described to Congr q adjourns.:." f r .
by as belonging
WILL-practice' in the f several counties of the leaned and dyed various colors, so as to give good DIRECTIONS V Dear Sir r Sometime since I was attacked witha and are sold for surveyors taxes duo from 1845. Taxes Sanchez due Nothing'.f a political aspect wfl lappear v/- in tu__

Eastern Circuit.f Florida, and attend to the satisfaction. Table levers cleaned or dyed as 1. On transient ; unsealed circular severe Diarrhoea-so severe that I could not attend the State $15. : Globe save that which will be found m the C'agrcssiopal

4 collection of claims against the United States for' maybe required. Gentlemensj.i1neflrenOVatsd: ever newspaper- tlamphlet periodical, to my business. V I was recommended to try A. ".:J.fBRADDOCK reports.. A paper: assuming-- be. 3 *-
V handbill engrat ,
In the same good style as fororylO A not"tc of your "INDIAN LOXECUST. I procured one Sheriff and ex off.Tax Collector impartial vehicle for all sides cannot maintain lts"i
Military services, and for Horses lost, or other surpassed by any done ,'or dyed magazine, book and ever other description Bottle of It, At the same time two members of nov 27-tds character if the editorial columns reflect *party r-5
prepfrty!lost destroyed by troops in said service. may be required. Ladies' bonnets dyed black, printed matter the above rates most in all"cases my family were afflicted with the same disease. V V hue. > ;J c jfcAifc' .>

AJto.claimi for pensions of disabled soldiers,01W cleaned and pressed i In a superior style. Ladles be prepaid, according to the weight. .' vi C all used the medicine from the.one Bottle; Nassau County Tax Collector's sale -TERM3.V -
.:Kid Gloves cleaned 'after 2. Vvbenever any printed.matter on which the For '
the and I am now ui7T to inform yon that t it cured one copy of the Daily Glob' (daily-P V*
Mows and erphaas deceased soldiers. uioat approved London fashion. postage it required to be prepaid, shall throughthe us all entirely. We are now all well and hearty BY VIRTUE of authority in me by law vest rInd the session of Congress, and>weeklj<..PS-
I Abo,1 claims for bounty land to officers and tol4ier Mr..M..KIBIi has ben appointed Agent fortbe inattention of Po.t 1uten.-or otherwise be from the use of only one Bottle of_ your:Valnab] ,i.I-will{ expose for'sale,L in front of the daring the recess,) si rear" "-3-1-7 1

1 ;,aid Lb. widows and orphans of deceased of above establishment, and will attend to thereception sent without pre 1IDeDtthe same shall V be V chargedwith Medicine. Yours truly Court House door of Nassau county, on the first For the Daily Globe. for kn thai a yeaii afr. N
IeeTID4.aLtTL'rt i and delivery of work in Jacksonville and double the above rates.' .. *, TIMOTHY.HARRIS. Monday or.March.18 2 aoo acres of third quality V the rate of SI eta,a months*':**** q *

L the surrounding country. Terms moderate. 3.Bound books and parcels of printed matter To E. Poinsett, Esq.' land,lying.in said county, owned by'John Bella For: one copy ,of the. Weekly-Globe for. one-j_ .'T"J
Alsel.wifl give his attention to eonveya.ncingtr ,p March 21, 1850. .t not weighing over .82 ounces V V V shall k.b.:V deemed '- ... my or heirs,fortaxes due for 1851. ,Amount of ,rear, -" -. .

t, txamlng titles and,record, and ascertaining mailable matter.V : V '.Mimdarin.F1a., Oet..I851.. tax II 25. A' J. BItADDOC1CV ..i -',' Forone copy Af the Congressional Globe d& '..
claims to lands. Sea Island Cotton Gins.rf'UIE Periodicals published at intervals not "exceed Dear Sir-Some time since-'I was on a visit near .Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector.- ring the !: -:*i. i -- V. .r,.,,. 'l.\ .
lug three months and sent from the office of
cf All business entrusted to him will V meet with SUBSCRIBER tkl this opportunity to actual and bona fide:subscribers publication are your .place, and was suddenly taken'very sick. nov 27-tds For one copy of the Appendix,during th*' T:
Your.
Indian Loxeenst wasrecommended. session, .
JL to inform the -.1
,
prompt attention; and all instruments of writing Long Staple Cot to be charged with one half the rates mentionedin friend that was visiting happened have bottle .' '. V For four copfes of either" both Kx *' "
that be still continues the manufacture the last above tp a V of or part of daring < "
and of
; 'Wm'be exen e4'b1 biia with neatness andde- latest improved ROLLER HORSE dou ter's pAtage thereon table must iu prepayment all cases be a quar: of it in the house,'and I used it; and takoraa- :4 V 'v For theAfihicted.V the session, V I II.

'w ._f...* ble and single, at hs usual rates and GNS. to Periodicals at intervals-of required than sure in informing you that it cured SYRUJS and Medicated Cigarettes For ten copies of either or part of both d-T.. ."-
published
..., boam..J&D. 25. 1851. tf fill all orders at ehor notice. i ray. three months are charged with the 1rIlrat.e more,which averse to having,my name in print but ttiU, for cjOUtm Ashthmatioand Conaumptic; Hepatic ring the session;M. : \. -* &<,*# --- 19 00

For the Gue.apply to the fol- must be prepaid.NOTE. ., the benefit of those that may be afflicted,V yea can Pills, for derangements of the,'L ver.Spleen, The prices for thee papers'are'to low, that ad
this if
V io winjf A genU, or t those' bac them I u .-In cue there is on or In any newspaper publish 4Yours you with think iheoell&J'1., ". ** &0., Toni Pills and Bitter ,'for the: Dyspeptic; ;vanco paym.ntetareindispcusableto"Carry tktaa"on '

;t.f AGENCY AGENTs;' periodical, pamphlet or other printed matter or V -SUSANNAH respect HARTLEY.' Antalgio Pills Ointments, and.Tinctures,for the V and no.order will be attended. _to>unless,.
FOR'CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON paper connected therewith_any manuscript of V relief of Nephntio; Utarine. ,Rheumatic and gouty money accompanies it.1' V
& Acosta Poinsett ,
Villalonga Ccntervillage, Ga. Dr E
,!< R. 8.C. any kind by which ii-mation shall be asked for, V V ,fl JacksorwllleF1a.V pains; Fcemtetmo Pills,and Mlxtures for arrest I I : Subscription*may.bo remitted by man at our;' "
CapU-U. 'f
Scott fe BythewGd Bafot.,C. or communicated in writing, or by.marks or signs, ;. V : t :, t VV lug speedily'(cito, into dJecuDae,),D ous and.risk, in money at par inth.e section of covKtrr ,.
11.1; William E. Kennaugh, Tison D Ocala;E. Florida, the said newspaper;periodical.pamphlet or other -V V Gravelly Hill,' Oct..20, 1851. I other discharges from the urinary organs; Styptic. where subscribers reside. t _'e .' '.
,: azaftxL14ab'5. ROTE'. rUX.YLUS'A. AVZNVE. &Ii & Co. Jacksonville printed matter becomes subject to letter postage; Dear Sir our'lndiaD Loxeonstis good med for uterine and otheriHtcnwhages; Antiby- V"n JOHN CRIV1- -
,: Continues te give his prompt attention to the arranfement K. &F F and it is the duty'of'the Postmaster 'to.remove icine., Some time since.I purchased bottle fromA dropical Qiatments,.Powders and Potions, for reducing : _'Yash1ngt CtII..Q9'.I''J8iQ.! J.9., J.
; 8. R. DkOl..Patk. GLS. the wrappers and envelopes from all printed matter M.'Ree4"Eeq. your agentand gave U to one :dropsiCAl'.roWngl; Cardiac Pills.T for, V ,
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: and.pro ccmti n of claims before Con- L.NibUck It Svana E. F.Lartinger&Harrii tnd pamphlets not charged with letter postage; i, of my negroes that had suffered ery much from diseases the heart and purification of the blood; MASONR 7i Y.I NG; TLASTERv
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"p 1 greUoiaeyofLbe Kxecvtife Departments. AUgtr. for the purpose of ascertaining .whether there is a severe attack Dysentery.--It cured him.: Soon Alterative Pills,for the renovation otthe.consti 1 ,
Lbwhdes ,,. .,7NG&c.VV:
afterwards.had another attacked with the .c.t".1'.q.
Pills :
} upon or connected with such negro tution-'Antidysenterie ,for;dysenteryand
Claims ( Revolutionary, Florida Ga. -. any printed matter
r arising rein i County, orin such package,'any matter or,thing which tame disease. 1 purchased another bottle.,; and. it diarrhoea; Magio tinctures and" Embro aUoDl, for ttND a (HiEI t.s thinaithsi. r
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', or Metleaa wars; Invalid,..Revolutionary,J xc.l ALSO' would authorize or require the charge.of a higher cured him also; i j. V .* -? V :: the speedy relief of nervous affections, especially. A.; tDror ghe publio hat he -a ted'IlrIck1ayIn '

: pay.o! ridow.* Tcosions; Naval or Army; EXTRA Doxu ATOBausncscan.. ithadofthrsubscriber rate of postage thereon.. ,N,K..HAL4 f I do 110'-hesitate a moment;ID recommending those of females;'Disinfectant and"Propbylectio" ;. Lasonr7i'lasten.g..s&oe&w.*
} at moderate.rates. l' nout yourJndian Loxecust to the public,1 a*'being'the Washes the'former infection ". oau e ,w -
under/law of Feb. 11, wanting V -: ; 1 : : .:: Postmaster General. secure against and sn4dawIEgs
Led Scrip **
Ve or Gins or Gins please:disco i to l'osrOncz.J', Tune M.'1851.BB9BSBBBH ., most certain remedy for:Dysentery-that I: nave the latter neutralises by chemical''process,any when desire4 by persons whom.In ie Se4v3'
G 184fe.r Angwt 10, 1818 1 Arrearages of Pay and orto V rp t 8.-L. BURNS,eDt : ever used. or heard of.'xlf you see properybn;. can contagious vicus witb-'whica' One may1 chance to to (execute ,work
UIlm e'7dae: returning 'Volunteers; Claims'forfleriahl.II V SLMary'tGeorgia; : .' BSBUWjUUGTON publish.. this./ Yours*"&/' "" '' \ eome in contact;)Colic,8yrapBfqr children; Dis- well;known to, &ht ,ciUzens of JaobaYiBe. ,

and other.Property destroyed d J Ex-; June LI85T. ( -V Iaw6m.Goddin .' < :_,. .:HOUSE, .-. '. ,. : ,MlLE PRt E i' cutients.fQr..llinga'.piD Pk ,!lrecklea<&cs; mpetent.meehanroan4 work hew pemfbmaeq'uDalready
-" JACKSOHTILLCS.BAST FLORIDA.' "PrE Poinsett,Jacksonville.SAS Salve*:for sores; UnguenU ( .Uch :scaldhead jbr cJUzent of the plaxM.h*reftr ao.WOT
f : ye.. mtrtd by Veunteers'before being DUI &, 'Webb, "' V ; SUBSCRIBER'respectfully Informs the V : : : ,. VVVVV'V-* burns,& ;,Collyria.for tore eyes;Deatiefieet and ditional evidence, of hJs.tjualiflcaUonavi.OCK 'Gl' l e

Ured and.tecel'fo4 into'ieTviee'iJWagjon-mat-' .COIfTRACTORS' .BUUUDEriS. THE' t nc tn general, that this House will be all ;.JacksonvilleFla.Sept.25,1851Dr Collatories, for the teeth and gums and various ;a 'CasU and Moulds. forf onamen ttett
'i I < E Polnsett-Sir t.This ir to'Oer,hat-I other remedies are manufactured to big 4, Waiah '-' .1
r claims tor order ; JO
rpQTOA on
.; Jiannes'. ,laUon''r. ,_ : I completed and prepared the reception of Boarders have been eared of Diarrheas l '
.' .. ." .- __ JACKSONVILLEFLA the- of.October permanently a severe chemical and pathological.principles.universally N.. niSroalr
k .. I. # I"ftt. \ V byl first day; D.xt.briq'abou by the use of yonj.most valuable medicine eall.4 B.-Te tey4 tay h*bai ia
the and
recognized by
t- *five hundred feet profession, generally kept
t.b aU the forms.lli e for,a;i'$per WOTTLD rectfu.1"r thoi reno.-- and rear,ttakinjr it as comfortable front.1tb'pfuu.a1n. any House front Indian Loxeeut, after suffering for morethan on band'at the BricV Office., oT.DiU. BAJCtta Oxperiend hciu work IU latavtUngnp IliaC' lli e..eon1tdIQ'Sugar J3aUerl 4r I m :
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dSease. ""a\ft
months with 1 take "
';: if claims .t pUwr wUft.the:rules that they prepared execute :work in the Sooth J an4 will be able toaccommodateever distressing plea.sure opposite the Court Houte-V: V. r. thaInr .amplest! satl5factIonIcharteVnQdM
a in y&Iu
-I OJt various one hundred and fifty He would recommendiogyour mod lt1DtcU- e*iWCEiwr bottle,phla);Sect,& ,.wUo.dlrectlonsfortheir '-"i ._ __ >
;persons.
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'all elaliw neatneet say more particularly those visiting the-6eath 1 remain ...f '; *.- VVPaESCftIP'fl6NS4tead ? .H ;: ckso viJt! Ja; j 8.w. ,
of wadlduthl yourstmuly't
L' ...ti prepared to nndertalte for V V ; VVV "medi 19".
through habits'not to be health.svndUieUnelUorimrdeUgttftilcUiaate ,. : 4 ..t5.0'-' 4... W ., ..,.I. "..
erbai kind',.ef,'that.,.may. require ,the-wrvlcesfa. ". orpaued by any'establishment in the country'. ke Lu bad an eye w thOf- speeial'comfort, and r ...q.w.AA..J\ """K.pletely clues$5,00.in hand and from $9 to $',Moordr 'f 't'" ,' '" ',' .
I l')' .._-." .Uh.'a." '. ." : :- : & ''-. has.made Ut arraBftmenti tomake all who may ... Formerly et I&ksonvtUe'A $ .", Ins to contract and the nature of the ease; when ''. :. -o qEd, 'ei tobafQftll'.U: =
4V I'ai .tIon jivtfl,to the proper setUes ? $AwUy JJA4441 iSSirf ,DDR VII ct"W.4 alh eofltfwuble and w ll red for." : r p : "roi7 1i'0CLIrTowiPLAgrOct.1E t the cure it oompletedj or,la.Incurable eases when LV ..1Jia' &b&1bu..di.woJYed.eo '1
&.- / well as the more Tij..t.. <" .1. ; ; 1651t the with .
; .tefQmarUrmatteriaocx t. I enged .O'.J-T. Staje'Agency It.atyi JP reliefVpromiaedisafforde4. Spkfal contracts the l jttou H 14ii..Y.is ao.
ae regulatMbytbs asnout.kIsda4..xteutofsorv1oeT.qdIf0d will meettbeir *; -Tersn*asucou.odatgNposa1bidan4aflordenwU1bicuo.- _, '" -. .. Dskir racBotufico in -V kla T
li carpioderst. '. H.. 1.: ', t.- nuda chwnieeasesrwhen desired. : (" teIIJU'S: iol1-"h&J. '
;, m I .' .fS MUL""BU GTOHI' \': cured on*of tnjr men tif.along standing: -Order frtra 'olmqpe: 0 1103ed. onable( ouancetbpeuing _at a hna .: "
AH ecmmudcitionJ. to Injure. ixKcrttotn 14t4e.ItV11l toA sbaretf the public patron-,i obstinate Diarrhoea,;Frojn'Jtr oompl't* and ear. will meet w1$1rompl,4toridi V under -.
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