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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: March 11, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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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-.
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a.friend,the subject of Temperance Societies we are justified to infer, as'&'eeqaeace that mustbe but.two..Iternatiyea., Tfae.firstis,,. no.pcaejorll&, !! weefe-no '\i again -it reminds the'case.back' :' iot b tried performing tie menial.;officw, as i thee '
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vu started, and I observed that the means inequalityin the' deyelopement, of the that this painstatinj: ;create oar,gjoriofla from any.treated being..; '* ;. ,*, *, to the S the; same; gauntlet igain- called,.earn axcaaty piOaocm and '.:h&relICt
adopted to eradicate intemperance from the faculties must Lbe a defect- a defect which world'was intended to make men miserabte) '.: ,A'mn must,i in'difiSrent tt. be : lawyers pes up like those premeCo'Jri--COD; of ;IftaOf,'COIDpe1itiOll rendm 1heii.s

Community were inadequate to the cod inview. necessarily'calls for 4 remedy. What is the or that there is;a want of power ;t,rectitj ewted upon in aiet: &a iit.li; lr'a,op.soernr --below;and the case who terminated occupy the after Benches twen-' the of theii educated! labor few to,'enrich' -.theari l ocfatJCJr
cause of this inequality in the devetopemeni existing! evils--evi1s which made .of grade. healthfully BIn ; 'Hence arises the dIspi '
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Assuming the position that no individual of ,the faculties .of our:.race .We cannot jnas xclaim'Man i&faili-e2 't"hiscannot a comps.rativelyinferior grade.And upon iotbwiL iy.pt and more jrears of anxiety and,bitter ..feellnJk -i ,ity.of means:and condition. Bat undeyste :diJI
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?r particukr society could counteract any solve this question fey any philosophical induction be>neither of.theaetwo*alternatives enjoy at the same time,hy; the opera- tiff in many spendingrnoremoney]instances can'obbin*. the'pJILln"iinevtr" j "-f,the Bible, a cartmantot -a'dilwdl

seeing that the law of operating and of being higher source thank philosophy;; tk proposition realize the love a : when : t willior. to take both sides of the'quesUon are: numeration branches ihnmgb the: qoalizatk>* ctiL

operated upon is as imperious in our COnstitution ttwcA, however, when ascertained, tAnnot but I that no b'l being t b move to action is to them invisible., Both parties;penetratedwiththe They both swear to keep inviolate the secrets ly.establish industrywhiehwiuliuitlj and ,
as the law of attraction which keeps be supported by an indttftive system Argument. but in the pursuit of. re. t"'avoid idea that 'the Almighty;does love, of. ,t ir.cJie.nCf'.o! ,of;ttheinls iii .IQn itself by.tbe''jr/eatilaw qJf
fcarmony; in the heavenly] bodies, and thai But this much we can assume that pll Bat-M the latter is of a.negative na- Aniset. necessarily return thai,.love. \But of a paper which operates in favor possession of overlooked thy hberaaU.yseIL, the: ? 1 .1'taa f_

the influence of society, therefore, is potent,, man could not have been so created J.,for he, tar and the "pursuit of pleasure,u the mo A 'cannot return \&t Jove'un1e he loves his adversary, he cannot be made togive;: J& ore etc. by hiliphevsijsJ'isls ; ..'
ucJ moulds the'mind of the individual to its would then be wanting in that harmony i>ower> ,.nern i tea and una- B, equally belove this )love; up:; ,The party tbatgalDs the suit, right siTAgainEducationasit
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laws, both letter and spirit t and the customs which characterizes all creation'bat man. Viable t \ iCn'i to visibly ecited in'bth"ofbemby the .expressioa' Wrong;'pockets the money with a dear conscience Ution make '
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habits etc., which they unavoidably This assumption we can establish"'from, a prop pleasure. It vat not wed of th 'the "re- ; although he' may have gained it Goti.in his, .
generate-the arguments advanced .seemed law which characterizes man, vizr that, of for tht propagation,of miser]), :fcaf; r due natural tit each acting'under the I*by the adroitness; of,his lawyer 'the i ignorance facts'and'leave wa-Dot it to workout to store, the itowa miJkl; > with '
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and the of presenting like[ begetting like leading to the conclusion happinesssupreme'happiness.:-. In / operating : ,
cogent propriety my o wjiat ; oprt'upon, of Ihe.jury j or, w rof c jacityq nat character.' ,But to'make ,pervileii iita* -
views before the Temprance society of this that the e.fectit\'the: organization must then does this happiness consist 1.In answer become bestpwersand f '
; f> the influences be Judge. What, in the name, of Heaven, ton ot.the"fiters. of thoosaod*.of Ovta
Village was suggested originate, with the exception of some rare to this question, it, might b wd tatas' .such a state of.mind!is capable of pro* I ask, have two parties coming; to ask,for back-who feed upon the thoughts,'01 iota**
_I:readily assented, and now, at the l&vita"' cases of adventitious nature, in a cause pe- man"deligbtslnall 'actions ducing, anda. triune love'is established, for justice, one'of the attributes of the'Almighty -ers iostean of using theirown-whoitijdii

tan 1 of a.inenfeer of the society I present <*Kac to itself. We repeat, that the defects culties most developed are ''ecit'an"pr which tO creation could have taken place.;:! ,'to do with secrets! If a man, takes a the'classics to obtain a knowledge.of i whatt'

mjrsttf before you to comply with the request. in the organization :in our race, must origi- ctra dislikes all actions Then-we say that man is made to elicit this I hundred'dollars out of my pocket by forging; -merely,bow to turn a sentence well. .Tha '. .
nate in our forefathers. Thus in travellingon I veloped faculties r called for it may be love in bis.brother,'his neighbor.his nation. roy. name the finger of "scorn is pointed-at it is.tbat- a 'person goes throa;h7 several
When a person attempts to speak in pub from generation to generation, until we i inferred that the excitement .faculties and then every neighbor of that nation,brin him by community,'and he goes': to the pages of most scholars before he meet with?'
tic,.platform is necessarily established and come to the first created being, who havingno 'most developed is the legitimate. motive ing in ,its train the 'whole "race;" penitentiary. .Bat'when a.thousand dollars an idea that can arrest a I passing:i attentiOK < '

v'ndtrstood between the speaker and the defect to inherit, the want of equilibrium 'I power intended by the Creator; this being nation operates on another as one man !up is taken by.legal trickery, and causing, one The literature emanating from mot 6f'.theat ,

bearers. When lawyers are pleading a case In the organization could not have existed ; I the motive power that has reigned since .we on another, until by parity of:reasoning we to spend' years in suspense and, misery, it,is is rarely read a second time.-Thus it if that '
before the court and jury, all patties take and we are'authorized by the fair law of in-. iave any recor of the history of man. This include the whole,of, the human,race. ; looked upon as mere chance of legal war. they are shut out from the elevated Mate, ol
for granted that each one will advocate the duction to infer that be must of necessity 'last must amte. But Jet it be recolected None but a insne person will for a moment And this in.the face of the command of the being original thinkers. > : 1

interests of bis client. Politicians each argue have been perfect, he having no other pa- that it ba already establishedthat believe that, a member-of a*, nationwhose'Jsws Almighty in the 2d verse, 23d chap. Exodus jt It has been said that everything"Jia.- itit
in favor of their party, and this is the rent than the Creator himself, who is per. the diversity is 'a defect, and second, are'based' upon'''individualism, -"thou shall not speak in a'case to decline.". strict law which if.deviated from the,tbin

case with almost 'all speakers or writers. fect.Man that by exercise the faculties most developed creating thereby a field*of, aton'lorJsJ: What,'other law, I ask, should reign in a cannot exist:.and mind,the most iny"ierioss

They aU act in the spirit of the Spanish proverb then, once existed in perfect harmony and the'pleasures they give rise to become can possibly,enjoy the love reCer community, the whole of'which believe, in of all created things,is eo'delicate that thy
-"Coda uno arrima la vela a'su santof1 with the wlide of the creation. Philosoiby morbid, always interrupting the truthfulnessof is tantamount t saying that mn,could the Bible when it says-" thou shall love smallest conceivable thing is 101licientlO"1

or, each one moves the candle towards his however, could give us no clue by ever action and every word we utter, live under th kingdom.of Satan, whose thy neighbor as thyself." This is a law which feet it injuriously. Any stain received:cannot '

own saint. This adage originated in the which we could, from any known phenomenon imp ng thereby our reasoning faculties. throne based upon division discord andselfishness every'pne'will understand and act,'up, to'' be blanched but by.one i single gtnevy;
: custom when two poor persons happen to inductively solve this questionWhatcaused degree to degree they become passions and at the 'realize'the Three intelligent men' could hold a court and that is, the realization of the presence eft

: have their respective saints situated in the the fall?-r-a question which, how- even benevolence and religions feei !love pf neighbor God and the love of G oncea'week,m'one; .districtof a city, and Almighty,when man calls 'upon,:him: tot*
church along side of each other. They ever, does not legitimately belong to the ing-two of the innate faculties of man- in man. A member such cnnit reconcile all parties or.give'their judgment save him from the passion the evil memory
: join stock and buy one candle, with the understanding subject before us, although both are intimately often making 'a mononnniac of a person. will be'apt to say: "Am 'I against the'violator of this law of love' to it has generated. This could be_done*fc ciii?

that it be placed at. equal distance connected. For it will lead us to The organization in such state becomes like keper' whilst the other will feel that be his neighbor. Such 'a system is enough, to instant provided as has been!said the prt-': '

between their two respective faints. speculate that if there was a fall, what is a clock, whose machiner is of unequal pro hi keeper. Hence indi convert the whole family man, even the seuce of God is fully realized. But the fae-tallies
Bat when A goes to pray before his saint, he remedy ? A subject which enters not portionS going a'Ys wrong, and soon one vial is a servant oi the, Lord;everY ming cannibals of.New Guinea! There 'may. be most developed interrupt the.truthfsl.q
he is tare 10 commit: the pious fraud of push into the initiatory scheme which I intend to Thus it is with operate healthfully! upoahia two; four,'six, eight;'ten courts sitting at the ness of any thing done or :lId. The manner
ing'the candle towards his own saint, and Bin suggest to this association to adopt in the man. Each individual of the human family self; by this economy self is therefore annihi- same time'in the same'city. of;the.Almighty, then, cannot be realized ia'

t his turn docs the same, and thus the can edification of the evil complained of, ,viz : having different pemre'and necessarily lated.How .Sis'',Alex nder Burn i in his ,report to ;oar. state,except by the conviction and eonw Jscipusness
die is never to be found in the centre line. intemperance in its extensive sense. different[ modes -, cannot possibly simple-hove great-is this)law of the Gov roor,General of East ..India- on of'the enormity of the tnatgmasioD

Thus it is with almost all speakers or wri- The next point of the platform proposedis agree, and motive of self is the natural operating and being !leading his return '.from hiS 'mission to" th<'empire against tk law,-of, God., 'fke sn 8 1
ters. In the language of the Bible, .God a quesiiun which interests every human consequence ; or, in other words, this motive to the ultimate prat'uP r making ol the Seikhs holds the following; )language transgresion-(nol all :transgressions l but

( made men upright, tut they have sought being.) Let it be permitted to reiterate some power in reality characterizes t motive of ever member of the human race to consti- or similar to it: It must be admitted that each and every single evil memorwhan.ever i
many inventions." points already 'glanced at. We will say elfi; Harmony in society,' every ones so my.mebr of a regenerated when" we 'annex any of the Hindoo atiwto" it ..occurs .loosing man'smini: lia .the:

\ The platform, boTtvervbich I propose hat in every thing we see each and every governed by purely selfish considerations, and glorious Thul we have inducively us, we bring them within the 'range of contemplation oftheimlMDR; :: distance"ati: ?
I to myself in my address widely different.It object has its strict Jaw, which if deviated cannot exist; and if there is',"no,harmony in .established that a nation communit civilization,the arts and sciences'and the revealed which he stands front the Holy Obey and iia

will consi:1. 1st, in the inductive system from an iota they ,cannot exist. For instance society man must disharmonize .with the must"governed upon tiS word of God.But, :as,soon 'as,we that state of,mind causing! hun to.recur to v
of,argument; 2d, to terminate in a question water is composed of two gases indifferent wrk of the creation. Again, if the plea- triune love; 8 as.to bring the law of ,.oper establish our courts of justice'among' ihein to that perfection in whicn he. was created

yhich inetrests every human being-excepting proportions which if deviated fromin surs originating in the exercise of the faculties ating and being operated ,upon healthfully l we destroy that simplicity of character,which ,when .compared.with the condition -he no*;*
none-it knows no party. the smallest degree, watet cannot exist. most devclnaeJ were the legitimate m Between one individual and another. Ana1 contributed to make then.single-hearted ,in pre nt ncentratio then takes place!t

As there may be some persons within the. This is the case, with every thing we see; live power, the> -fscue ui msel.ves a al- by.a parity pf reasoning also concludethat ) all their dealings, arid.lbey became tricky, and to the extent it;does take place only
reach of my voice unacquainted with the and man we must conclude, must have his ready observed, iaio passions, decay,of the no individual could help operating injuriously evasive,' liligion, etc, Lamartime.id in the.evil .memory I* ,enfeebled '&-.''.>o
meaning the inductive system, I will say strict law,which, if deviated from, man is not constitution, and misery and death, are the when tht field of action is based upon his travels in the East: "Our professions moulding of .the mind t* .atla, mcrri;

that it consists in certain inferences drawn himself. That is' to say, he cannot be a necr consequences. Whether, then, ndnidualism. ,, evangelical, but our'acts are heathenish.". or,i less freed ;from. potency i -of<\tha.
from any phenomena observable in natureor man to harmonize with the rest of the crea- upon the human being as a memberof Applying this argument 'the subject before The system'.of reconciling'COU'JUdD the evil, memory, and by..th itpetitiond-of't

man. In other words, to infer any thing society or as an individual be is under the us, viz: to eradicate intemperance by Danish. dominions h operated m 'favora such appeals for thraid cl the l ImostoHirbtor
that.Is not known from a fact that is wellknow tion.There are many philosophers and even operation of this motive power, like the dis- the abstinance,:from spirituous; liquors by bly. In the space, of 'ltett'yeiars,!.dttrinj it is ultimately! obliterated Hence it i*.that'1

For instance, we see in every some theologians, (see Blair's Rhetoric, 6th organized clock already m ntio ed. This, any man.or.set, of men, must, prove futile which time th 'statisticS'er taken by, my the decalogue enjoins that thou shall)BDf >
thing that is created a contrivance as a Lecture Rise and Progress of Language,) lien, cannot be 'power, althoughit while one branch of' the revenues of the desire,.'at.jb island'of St.,Thomas's' nine mention the name of the Lord thy: God ifr>?ll
means to produce an end in view. All Ii- who consider that man began to exist in ha existed ever since'the memory of man. State itself consists' the taxes received ty-five cases out of every hundred were reconciled vain." .Thisis: one, ofthe aberrations ofur
qaids pass into solids; and solids are heavier some kind of character not far removed froman We are forced, then, to the unavoidable from the license 'retailing three-cent glasses : -' ;The, laws now reigning are he: the translators of tbe original Bible;,betnjoa'

than when they are liquids. Hence a orang bntang. and that the civilized man alterative there must be a.motive power of and the grocer is permitted invitingly to They are based upon the, supposItion that rather paraphrase than, a literal.tnmej
lump of lead will sink in a crucible of that differs from the cannibal of New Guinea action other than the one under consideration open his doors and say to all-"come.yon man is corrupt and must be ruled with a rod tion. Tbe word rendered *gmhlesf je rpo

metal in a liquid state. But water is an exception only) in the improvement attained by the necessities that will b entirelyfree from the disasrous in;" thereby disturbing the peace.of society i of iron. ''Conceive'now, the operation, of ate from the root natit,to be pare ianoanttf'>

to this otherwise general law. of his nature, from age to age call consequences which the pleasures rut- operating.by example upon.the.minds .of these con'ofjustice'u the:yootbs that to be free Hoot pamsfamenV be'free;lobe
When the thermometer is at from 40 to 34 ed for in certain favored regions of the earth, ngfrom faculties most developed giv r the young and thoughtless--destroying the resort to them. ;He se.the. learned Judge emptied out to be, pranouocedVf ,fa cJ
f water is heavier than at any temperature; and the cultivation of the arts and sciences to. In continuation we must argue, that happiness of:wives and children,aDd filling mistrusted in"matters of:fact and which are acquit,to letj go ,unpunished'tc .,/ :'

but at 33, when it becomes solid,it is lighter This class of beings look with complacency economy must be established to generate, the penitentiary and prisons with beings for entrusted to the 'decision of'a jury;the individuals give ,iniquity' 'transgression and'ain> Let 1l

andswims on the surface of the water. upon themselves and feel as though: the promote, and cherish the legitimate motive whose sakes this glorious: world' of j ours ot which have no:other.qualificationthan clear from responsibility, :obligalioar;free 14

Was not this the case, as fast as it is made it Plate we present is far in advance in the power of action to man, when was created..: Look back upon, the,,history that of boiling aTpbt.: in.' their own pure;:niciione cleanness;,hence moral.pun.j,
would sink to the bottom-the next layer scale of being since the creation. Yet the Jod said "Let blongn, and there wasligi. oi these temperance societies:'did)they originate houses, or wigwams thus.virtually reflecting ty etc. (see Gesenius.) 'B,nce tbeverM ren-it-j

will do the same, until the whole body will best and most enlightened of our age, ad- This economy, too, must go hand in principles!principles* whose"pro :upon' .integrity, of the o learned dered!.*not- ltJess",will be I entirely'.iioT"
become a solid mass. It could not be navigated vanced as it is believed in knowledge, scince with the law which charteriz vince it ;is to regulate feelings 1 .No:They judge ana placitigixthre confidence in incompetent eign to yenake.-?The Lord will not deaBa9f>

i and the fish would perish. What a etc., cannot but ask .'Why am I created his being and which j deviated from an originated in the speeches of orators calc persons thaniahimv Each',lawyer him or purify" bin etevthat taketh, bis Jjaan ;;ain
vain. This should be the ienitloio4M
: beautiful contrivance this presents of the !"-why every thing in the creation bespeaks iota, can be of n avail. ated to excite feehngsfeelings'originating denies all'that'militates"against his client ;
Creator of all the laws which govern the harmony and Jove except man ? Laving aside now the legitimate motive in the excitement of the faculties most developed unlesstbClacts'are proved according legal the verse. ., .r, cff j9 tIn

\i universe Therefore, as some one has observed Curious most curious, that the sun,the glorious action; howe / belongs to and which are in reality as intoxicating form.Will the'mind. of ,'Hch youths eontiouationrl will say that ,theeoltivatioo :,?
i in his which betaken the nobteinind Alcohol is to not be forced into the like monlJ in the transaction of the, classics ,unavoidably makes n
"as we see contrivance in the works sun, which could not have been createdfor man proper state, and must to as ;
'of this business Can the ,individual.take: the,,nam&of the Lord, \
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and the :, God not in'themi ? they speak
be efficient
for organization. was
be to a good an
of the creation there must 'a contriver. : its own sake,but for that of giving lightto granted "
from And who the members of these societies, the truth tbat'js' in/their heart love their habitually in vain.Philologists .- ., ., .- q:
i are
This'a fair induction. We know that man and fructifying the earth j' producing one; man must creeping up grade ; .

there is contrivance to be observed every by its genial heat that interminable, to grade to attain his true nature, be ,operaed it will be asked ?, Why ninety-nine out.of peigbbor as themselves-and make the will justly remark that languas :
where. This unmistakably we Know; and riety of vegetation'that regales the palate or economy healthfully, if he a hundred of them ,were" not ,,intemperate, of God the motive power of,their T actions 1 must in JU jlDaocrt'Y .compreheniSthajmoral'j ,
we deduce from it that there must be a con delights the ; the moon with its soo.thmglight act upon'b'that which governs bin nature,' and most'of the hundred that are reclaimedre Are 'n'ot the laws,",then; operating bothapinst character, of, those,wbo;-)speak siL ,Then:.,

, triver; and further, that in everything we etc., the whole of which bespeaks the -ddettreously, if he deit from it-more apt to fall back, while for one really re- letter land. spirit of, the Bible, ,i in must be some radical detect' the existing:, :

: see,means are observable to an end ; man solicitude of the most tender parent for its deleteriously than if wa not furnished laiioed'scores take his flace.. It.:was: the .whicb,elf parties profess to believe t Kane system of believers troth at that.I larger is whicy in | >hearts caaaes:r.>
the speaking tbe oar =
mfast follow the same law, and that there is darling child, and which wil] lead one to with that economy at all., fashion'8Ometiin(ago, offering/ liquors eayEwbentwo'waves of light meet'antagonistic and mat
a because for his existence. In other words, that the creation of man had for its Cecil said that if a in a city to visitors;'but this fashion seems to he giv- to each other,they are 'neutralized loving our neighbor as ourselves 'J:1
person wk
r suppose of God the >motive actionr
r that the laws which govern him must be cal- object some great end in this painstakingwith for the first time, and turns of a ing awav This we know,'that brandies ofgood and produce darkness-Such .is j the: ,tenor ingthe will There .of .
must not ;
and spirit of'the laws that"now reign. ut utterly impracticable. only-:
':: cujated to produce some end ; and as we sees ( reverence be it spoken) to create a street instead of another, and meets the:eye quality which could be boughttwenty be bat several,causes and,the
the Bible is dictated by the of the Creator one cause j
i harmony in every thing that exists, the same world for his sake such as ours is; the object of a person, the character.of that person is I,years ago for$2 to 2.50 per gallon, cannotnowbebadforlessthan$4andthis 'of 'man,'who knows his spirit nature, better- cultivation of the classics is cue 01 the most,3-.
exist also in be greaLTbe not the same it was before. He IS changed : maybe ;
[ law harmony must man. must great transcendanUy their,cultivatioo
By -we dUng!
[ than: the heathen or the MachiiveHists potentones.
I Again, we are permitted to assume that only thing that could give us an idea of Perhaps I make. nse of'.stngeJ language said to be the case with wines. be' wand cherish the morality of the Greek j. ,
and knows that he can governed better by i :
did the The 'soul evil that besets rnania generic; ,
than but The
from its could not its would be man in his primitivestate. he IS true.
produce
r matter '
potency greatness treated and & It i fflhnit'ed._ that mankind. jare.iQ
the strict love than by being .t,PJiori."as', a
incalculable number of facnl- and its source is,the deviation from
\ any thing that we see, and was therefore eter. But of this greatness we can formno poss an alone. cnminal. 'He provided Ion him laws to point -.a:6bte: of progressionand.taenoTrality .->
\ nal. Because production is an act demanding definite idea, simply because imperfectioncannot tie and a corresponding-organization. ? On law; which ought to govern? man, ont arid confine him'within road in whichhe \of :the:;neopie speakuuc' modern .',

: time and place. This being the case, query realize what perfection is. But seeing a chain for the first time, the ,faculties The evils which this ..deviation"causes effect, are is to travel fromM strenjth to.. strength,1'until )languages roast. necessarily improve partic- ..'

-What was matter eternally doing before it there are two things' which will 'give''us which excited through 'corresponding named,Legion.You::= cannomore: besets a beTeaches'the goal!med at,viz: Restoration. 'nlarlythat of., those who believe in-the Bi*.,,,
began'to exert its potency? It is more than some notion of this 'gi'atness*. First, we organs must make a ,Kaleidoscopic design, cure by attacking single :evil that ; If oD'theeontrary islalways! ble.' ,Hence.we give the,moro/ a higher wg. .-.*.
,
,
that the of faculties I which renders the Ja of the. Bible man, than you can care the leprosyby'applying : ; Latins attached wbea
absurd to suppose art printing observe the extraordinary developedin aae ; be.will act' as a nificatioo,tbaa the to it : t
treated a rogue :
instead of as .rogue.twill
was hid in the womb of eternal matter'until the somnambulist or,clairvoyant:, These philosophically, true, 1'1.;, Chron. 28, 9, a patch to one of.its sores, touch the;'second subject we ,sayt the ".moral.government of GoaT?';*?
now
upon
our era. From this we deduce, that anything acuities must be natural to, him, for theyare Literally translated will run thus: "And attacking the disease which lies. in.tbevtiated i >iI I Education. .; It is clear.that by studying theclaui, ,'.we m>
proposed,
liable to change cannot be eternal,and not communicated by"the operator j' second -! th&formation of"the" thoughts he. under bloo : Mauls, made. ft>r action there and.alt, is .,:As iatly understood,,EJncation is reduced arrest; and,retard the improvement we migbt.
that it must have been produced by a Being a Creator.must he ,infinite, because if stands.11' And when association calls for a acts are' legitimate'' proper; but t gen to'mere learning) and, 'not' to" trainingthe'mind otherwise have made if we,did,not cleave to."-,
be' :
that cannot change. And thattberefore>He finite, the questionarisesWbat.ISbeyondthat ; chain,the first design must ".'again'made, a line where the action.'eeases'to'.Whoia": tbere'tbat good in the.way'"it should gb,'and storing tenaciously to the: .
must be the Creatorof, any thing that is finity-as some" "one, obseryed-.tluzt and.in, this phenomenon'of memory and begins to be evil. : it with the knowledge to lead the, learner also.be.admitted that self is the greatest oIJ
capable of changing. limit It is natural to ,conclader from I ajlwe must necessarily originate. This phenomenon can say.,I know the,line,the true line which to admire and wonder at, Jbe"pow'ers stacle in the ,reformation of -man.aDd the ".
booa'andJbegins
Again, we observe two children, the one ,see,;that! a being capableofknowingany ,\ occurs with books read, expressions of leparates the aCtion tobe"CyiIl',when ceaseIJ..to,.This 'can' b the creator.of a world'made on'purpose'jot whole o( the economy.revelation aims to4
presenting a comparatively well proportion thing inductively must posses'a capacity theeye; that of the countenac intpna- : hiielfafld thereby excite love and adoration destroy,this motive ol'action WeaddfaeUjo
ed bead intelligent, generous affectionate realising t/,and the,communication with ,toe.'A thing ,seen o now not by'p ilosoph1! (bat: bjiMuitivefeeliiigby in bis breast to fire, therefore, when;we read the classical>
.
etc. etc,, whilst the other ja the reverse.. We him; .therefore,,'mast "be":inferred..!( Bat in" felt, man can never lose it:,it is Irlbere the siUnt monitor,and these can Lame as is the'5ystern or.aca.tiOD, it is whfcthat delight.which scholarstdobamL .
ee a maniac. cured by medical assistance ; our condition, as far as hIStory,carries'us foreyer. This}is'the" waywith in.a only,heatuined when aa.actsi withia,the confined to'Boch only as can pay for it. If as' they,are upon emulation 'a .ambition..l :
be the blot in the once committed leaves its 5mpressionupon spher.ecf, b ia, trueinatnre. TbeaHI: cannot. I ,the hicbest motives Jleoce it ia.
we see an aged person. whose organizations back, man seems ,to only a' : \ i such Education improves the individual, the as twd of :
stiffened by age, lemembering the most creation. :.He".labors like a slave through the'prgnization.: And in but offer to you the inconsistencies oi.wnicn the 'Bide -whole sixteen 'millions,of.members pt: inn that person will,in lecturing on edaeationvl !
trifling'incidents of his youthyet; he for- the day.to, obtain a miserable sustenanc-e of this phenomenon ;; of soclety.a.thargI< (T mean beJ deriin th, church believing -"loving] thy neghbor holdup to,their hearerthe.imitatioa'of' cet**.'
,. fete any incident of but a day old. twoor' three meals'a day whether he be that great law"which characterizes man,'and )are guilty of jhy "yof jllustritiog thyself. should make every, :individuallovable tain.worthies.who have attained' the highest ; t
From these and like, facts we naturally rich,'or poor, forgetting the. enjoyment soon by which he'may become a devil or a.an- ground taken!:According to the authority!. as by giving him a thorough Education pinnacle) 'oft-/one/.while on,.the otbechanoV s?
infer that organization has some agency in efter the meal is finished. This ii the-case gel-vizi:that'O.ini and being:operated .Dr.(r.Baird quoted in,the.Southern*ChristiauAavXate Otherwise,how can you Jove him'when! hi they will read.with devotion the Sermon co.. t

the development of the faculties of the im- which alt the world'ge ia1Ji call'enjoy pori.. ;: ; this law resolveit : ....;0.- therevare' <" 1--mlthe'. ': t United,. ."States. 'I is ignorant,.coarse-and gross in his ,habits, the.Aloant J blessed.is the humble,or hfc* I

tnaterial being or seal within ns. meat If be marries, he seldom if ever en into mysteriesof the highest arcanum; RoID&D. Catholics-, ,y, '.. "i,2n,3)O.M.tbod1st (6.D3JiOO L walk and conversation. ..'\V riters jurists will take:up the saying ot Christ' LeLhinv

That the"formation of man has something joys, the. conjunl ,state ia.that..harmony ft extendiUelf,to theoperatiooofaman 1. ,.' .,. :. 'JIOOJXJO I legislators and.moralists will split straw:to that is'greatest-among yoewashbLindgb.bo 1
to dp.with his character;is-supported by the which onewould, suppose 'it was c ostitute4 who is invisible t the one operated, upon.* 13.Iptist l'resbyterlia,1,,:. ; ,.- '. ":. '.="! find something that cannot be understood. bofa foots! iThot Hugh3'ait.will read. r..
Bible.'..Genesis 6: 5, in the English version to'propagate. ,If he, has children*, they are' A sees.B:walking before him,,and i is .oper Co pept1oP.IIlI' : U';>., 1.1, 1. But'the influence deafly to b.seen from the .voutly to congregation thaL'Godbrooghtio\
'for action; ten bjr the ;,'of'b& .: ., ',S12I unto.Adam efery.beaatof the field aadfowlof1 ,,.!
is rendered thus: "That every imagination corrupted"by.ty', AJadi1 yet tipon gracefulness'of j' 1 ;'. ,!I' v ; command old love thy.neighbor as thyself?
of Vw'.ieart 'is only evil,".etc. Literally be )know not when the action ceases,to be At te's'instant;B is for to turn himself : Tota1,' .44O5fl:- '.f: is that it speaks to society and:not to!indiividualv the airt toewbatdamwoehihcaILti:
rendered will no thus: ,And the forma good and begins"- be bad- -en tailing JJ.i itstraitflntemperance : fee the eye of: ),this w.-members of the cburcb.iHeie $ to educate itscbildreasoAs to make tbeoi'aadtrhaUver! Mvatolled, every liv .iJingiereaturev
iiog cj'Jhe thoughts of his bean is evil all piswpn.Uecay'o/- great ;y. .would,be no better:.tbaa, anayster.'Without ho.are wVsee !: e roiV them lovable... And a eackindivklnal eannat ? that was ,the name, thereof,1>
The versionhas sickness misery,and deaihtbe it tbpir conld exist'rip sympathy tiu* Qutoftwenty.thre this and ',cui the And on another occaninn, wilhna4 the:-I
day. Ge.*: 21. English I ranizatioiv, members ; do society; ;erp. oa*
'Without it there couW be no friendship HOPS of souls;Vrxteeiiimillioos are No..os's the BJse and Progresi ot >tLanfaascr
in pain : and Lecture
it thus: The imagination of man'sb'is fife of man"seems. to.be dragged on ''outsid ri.'' Not! mand n addressed to society not?tot the
'evil from his :youth. Literally: From thf y'of hlshirlh to that of-his d *: no lo"e ali unity.With- of;the church; bwide*the 'Ooe' individual.. [How,again I.ask can !'one;'in I ia which he makes' the pnmitittegi
** and utit ) be ,forihi'evilsimau quite half a child for' erny'Thiembei men mere savages. -Can the idea'otto,.bta a
,red w l read tiros:: For the forma- The powerfoirtyrannize dver.jheJweak, : ::: .dividual love another aa biojself, if be is ignorant I
4ioBof.man' heart js evil"; etc.; the word. if eirenmstarices ehahge.hI"pp !.'-;.d cfti, ,I. i .' -For wbei)4here., i is .no unityno [ would supsethatifiberervercair4beaiiolylJ1qq ( JheHtate4 ,;;* of bad!habits -attendant and'notto\be: exist at tbe same tiow-iathAin>
of concord; man must be selfish, Pot OHM, he ; tfcei'people. : ak has ,mind 1 !Do not these anUgoniotie priaciphfce
yeffcf;from the root yajjtarlo form, m eIIeIGeeeaiu day become the oppressors .to-lDOrrow. anS the 4mCrCV.i a always'upon Jgnorancs!: What; I, ,
.) Tbe word heart in Hebrew Each indi vidoal"seems as\if he was di lives in rnll enjoys i its bealthful'inftneCt1 pug"'t' be}it; that realize"tbt klDgdolDc : the calling of.a person,to do with his riffatsl i prod8ce'lhatdarkness.xn: :thdjo.ah8adjfs **
.13 .frni and J may; venture to'say mostly Meted from his 'brother I ">.WeJ ali like ;;he 'a1hor iQ4iias. tionio tbls'Yie' .be'done".might 'r :,.: C: ;'ri ,t. ( Wby shall the r'1D be deprived of thatpatrimdnyiiateaded exemplified ia the fact that tara aatagonytiltoiwaves a5
harp :"' i''ttirnshiS ,: .this. erem mfi. thy will forhC.he' God:,said of light meetinjTiaavoiialy pnd
used to express-tfoinwde of'any thing. sheep gone 'astray; every LI t tit.
Qlitic3l rttaN
'.. 'jje8i t IIWt
at viU4pt'WcrJo atbeia1 Jw #*4Jfr
.Exodas,, S: 8. "And the depths were eonfaHt&U _- own,way,""as tbeSible l pressesil&Dlleach Go ad.never arrive pro -J Lit.raw", thaJ' '',-QU tbfJ iJet, there be Jigbt and herr \ wb '4iJ. the heart of lbe. ,. Surely the makes his 1e' 'h&o" iJi stepping atonf' %:':"'ht Blli'tai.h.\ | 'eni electioneering trick; *,&c,O j but*confine; yselftooBly'tinr&ldiet :Cannot ia woo4 cutur,-content'wiih,a:d014' S-sicsiimkin I Returninglacktatheajeecy'pf th.votsthest-

, 4 a has no heart aad it &Jy.the context hii 6wn,,aggra lizemeixt.4ThVnlfar "' the folio rf.f : 'as.examples for the poxu 1ei,or.ai dpIarind] :a'half forth f aiiahabiwUliZ will hila" '
.r thaJLui giye Its satiable mezain;. -Deut.4. laoguace' ibe.adage,***Let every man paz!- I swill,Uut.tl in batone.itnsUvhmM9 : .'r. .;'i1ito'the laws which govern, '&'portion of.the day.ha the,most ,educated of \he._Lmlh = w. 11
nothingiel 1Jba
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vcanoe>: ner..' 1 to .itll
..J: II*-rendered ia the:midst,,not'to the bear die bU.own exemplifies, the'verse ) >b OTatM>njt>flL and,the aiVjf.ncatlonTawoed. f$ the moist r.efuiIJ'the mOlt ge T.naa ..nespeca.. feasb&im.::3He'
,::; pf heavea." 2'' amVltf\ 14In the already qbotedf'aoJ If there U anf.ejwption bavrpthslawofppcrstug.! be 4t4ti9gtJs! \ pMthi w1bCQC'! i id tb -:world,-at:leiaajr time!aft J. cit p.fw J-fi'"Jim
inidiL.flot the --"." to this UBirersalxnoliveolLactioa, it re- U. tbc'W'l1 sawjfbt UNI cultivatica\tbU: own'mladattdthatbf
. 1 n heart. of'toe The ( enfov ol. jDese-lawsemanV t.o tmaoM od.bs\TfuI butf ICo. i
onteaudA'bAMZy
.lei
11 WWa not Paul>:iteat-iaa-
" '.' others
;; .f rOAflori as regardsiia very fre ioI,. (ae1bjnto..pat11.6.plri ) Eat the *catol'od 'andsequentit1cy.cnlsTi : .tM.asnc1.foamaJ.: ,
1i tWt-fl ; hoa i ,Yet .
: 1jdt4bi $ Jryedin bjsowd hired Al
fluent ia the .Bibi farticaJarJy in the er_ Wietzstn et hiibjIati ii! kerfaiuf ol1 :'rn.2. ;I..i T. I 'T .:1 .r..o
?nlmr*nd ,the Prophets He knows all at_\_, rd., i-m u M.I, O 4.1atTe4IEca 4bCh b7thcji rfae was certainly a man of learnio* a.ni4 4 _l. 1.". ,\. VJl'rtW a.x\ItI t .

'Pjaiajei4cred i. LI.t bftt, 1ittra1tr, J1J.. tft'all its thanes,tpjserjr and death What! J\ jTe

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;s Letter from A. H Stephens since both been brought a pause Ttey OIUH H H M1'IUi !.l' such measur las 'youj&y atuIIecurit1.4,<*of P attract U more aneritioQr.fifid\i- '\* profits.fe"jTie **those>S .engaged- iii'Aa1izIngbadao learn Niw that Coi Mr. F.Brtdier O-aii'fi4"i has been finally

want nothing now so much ;as *a tn. to ifOi the'protection ..- .. awarded the Mail contract between this
4 The CKronce Sentinel publishes the t- \ Jt" "' 1 trading and mercanble of the
$ Their i, trtQ. portion place and Picotata, which has been goint

I :'following letter from Mr. Stephens to a gen* dest igot'ShalL f! tyt pp community. 'b ave* en* considerably- affected by sufferance, accident, and chance for KT
: tkman of Georgia: we grant! tn eefl 1ruc4 Wil! n it. required b r&,alwant.of i 5%'raU'li|la tn 1Tv mmeiTbe they noUhere.by.bB! enablea, 'to. raljyNtbeirdi faithfulness this matter that we shall
Indians
; 1 WAKRISCTOS CITY, Feb.7; 1S32.My rganVediorcw? rthStheine ihen case rich, would hare fl tendency to,pro- wetesall1qQeiiit Ban Diego past in future have less cause of complaint.

l $ : Dear Sir: Your esteemed favor of far us to disband 1 Should we desert our Some apology is due to ourjreaders for the yoke the Indians to' acts of hostility, or at last accounts. [St. Augustine paper.f .-
tbe 2d instant received ytstenlay. You is in absence of editorial haliccurred in -_ .. -,*. +-. -' ? *,* ammt*'
was standard when the enemy everywhere matter in our present Afe, Jlpody encounteri ,
: f yKjftkjrhat., .phjakjof ibe JatemovemenUpfourtfiend fight before q us! Should ;we -not rather -number.f -.uurprmcipalcompositor| -' *** l> 1 -*' *some*(' 3**' which the General Government have various parts of .the Slate, but at San Fran WHAT WILL SOOTHERN Riours Misjol

Milleflgevine. In reply' I say hold our ground until our triumph |is ?- om- ments iTiT xa <* uc in.< *pxxi't.A i UiS/ -* -- *' order -TtfesCharlfota & WArrf ontluWiran'
Vmo took Vdytbingwas and
weeks northward,1
,V Vr ;flyfarid p1ajy) tht to'f as it may bet plete in forcing an acknowledgement bf our vroi a jonrney now in progressiortheir removal.I ciscb' quiet good article on this subject, with the following remarks .

P OMdered as indicating the expression clan principles fThis attempt to create,the impression and one we had ,temporarily to, supply his am, with*high respect, irevailed. in relation to tbe.Sontbera tights oar.

It1; :- jpinron in favor of sending delegates to the that the new organization has fail ?iceate4 'Jrs! *fc? *.** *" *". *J !t HIT '.frit riost'obttlWihfH '> / I A gentleman just returned to Portland, ty of Alabama : < i ytH JfTOf

! npqenhioflt) i lam utterly opposed ed in its objects, and that every body must in Gen. Horikina'a examining corps; we wtre Oregon,Jro.tnthV AtAp2tjg!! lcekUJ4tgw1
lou. oneorbe-otber.oLThe former ni n jii.w c.Kwmneae s Cochran, Nob'e' and Yancey. all
made
. fall Lack.into ry,
; then, daily expecting a compositorfrbm thero tbat xig .
noweycr .baveaJety '
%erstmtaethna 61 iheTlesoTulibns'ofbat lines of divis-ion, is but the last appeal oftheold 1124 'THR'MAILS-ACtAIIfJfiw ** speecs ette erse qey> non
t. .* meeting havemy :cordial: approval. 'Priests'of Ul.'_"*.! .ClJsl "'temples. nt'Part "'r.'i''SaTanhab'-who"'ttn ?t nii<* n'i;'hasMiled' V"I''j'! tor"'fli ilnv J4r!>' Therisgr4t e6m'ptaint"6nth'eJirregulafof people i freelyin J ippenly declare' their. that the Uoipn party occupied a position

; ; -iThe.tin>t reaffirms the principles of the Con- 'whd f el that therar ''about to'1o their )and, :it has.. .. consequently,,' .. [ .. demanded.TIiv V-J .quriWhole. lffr' 1t> thferriva1 the:m'aiP b6i'fromSa:. hatred ,of the General Government. *fi more favoralil jo th Soalh.ijnd bettercaf
1? : -atttntional UnibnPttrty reiterates dcf4enainationto Jivelrbood making images of false: 'deitie lime to esjist,inv, getting uplype'Ai adhere 10 ihem.> The second for the people"to worship. Hence their luaty for thai withckt'afidig'Us'an"hotfr'to _-ii***._.! iNfeM riotrMrivsfl n iL tfr t ng\ -r qigbt- -,,and 'day.; :=.n and.* sftiiiTac had met' ,*'with' "<'tl"v great respect, than iha?idf-the**reorganized De,
;. tcnrides for'the call of a convention in"the shouts of" Great is.pjaria of iBe' EpbeBiarisf -, 'lt'ii 41y tshera .( jv .T> V.--U.J..I>'- '--.i > mocracy. He regarded the separate organization

: i9t tteztaomeauitable> \itne hereafter, to "Great is'the'power"of Party ;n and .t "- 4*,; 1'1! r.r.utiriT: WhBie"i'"'; j *f>t -M1 -,(A.. ) QMbdaYil1tth toleb11ntk," Buc.ceea. j Aj: j5carciy3tof;| ; ;water,i.howeer, Contemplated by1 rlie nSbn,1 partyior
4 b.kerinto consideration the subject of the gre'at is the tirtue d|:\ ld.issues!* "' t'-.l nforcement-.1- t.w /for'f the V > labor"j ot9.c,.nest- < i" issue.JTJ"ttMai. ahft"bat'dkieWii"Wedffsd Say tris apprehended. "tiatii. e* fc: "u. jt aJ'JTne its demand,of pledges to sustam'lne epmriro*
4'iidentfaLelecLion, and to adopt !uchcoorsein "'.This cr'ha beeiThavailIngin the past haL fkiiieM't&' ?itnifr'fa&Fun. rrifsefrbm any -Natlortal Cqriveht/on/ '"wit

4 relation to it as duty and patriotsoi and .:tf'\yill' 'be''u'n'JiVailiKg a; thefuture, "'i -j.f.-H--u'ROli-t Gen. HopKiSf4iV iiiUlntiJ: ft tTu'rduahce'f-1'. o.i"tne" *!' p" ?ii' >.'vrere 1'c, < .making- .,f'i' r ) I- ;! for:; U"'VJriisco which it wjWhacf; as safer ahd norptti7ot
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-. may then dictate .s proper. This is all wherever"Uierquestion' shall: be made.. arid Governor'sor1er. canie>Icqvviiifrom| V1akatvith mairte'ervicef''sbe5 '']rrorrfpt'arjd'iregiilat'tpu reparations pulling ic than''irJeiprbposed!' pnFbn "ofeaaa

, :# jrighti sAnd while I' cannot concur with 'met,. Let bur fri Ms not doubt 'too sooji.No ; small party intheOtiZa on Thursday her'thi ftng'ho'hr,'arfd'.was' a"fen ral fav'br'' irheayy.crppak.d.or.yig,the present year,. Southern.Rights! politicians with Rantoui t,
t >ome in .believing that .the third resoiption occaon.ha&yet arisen for appeal to last and after 'ii bfpV6vi'siohs itfef bat the destihy'tbat' followed,1 tier pifedeccssors'bveVtobk t< Capt. Woods, formeriylof Sav'annahj1 was 'stoiK1nthu 1Ba'rnburner8Van'd'btherFree.
purchasing supply
, ::4 was intended 4>y lhoe who adopted it to the wholVpebple of.'the'Unite'd'States'uponthe her also.'aa'BOoq'a'sshbegan'tb ; sho{ at'Bear yalley'tecently by a'tnan named .Soilerj; in'a Natibaal pfemocratrc Cohvebtib'nft -
..? :War tbt construction which has bftn pot jTirJciples of'tour farganizatioril :'.Wbeth'- fo'r'iheseh.|:- ,A-M J ni,(*?6tefledi'e tliif" '.y oa 4' ."'fn; 'carryirit il.";;N6. cicPmrnercially Poindexterwith-wlom' '. ''" f.tappears'3 n"'i'! ide' : 'decaredth! nnder ..Mistinj
:- itpon it-to wit:, that its object was to comH er such an-occasion, ''shall Arisei'jmay 'de- tt.e1ittle Eteamertoth9scpneof'; bis Xmt. 'inrpQftahtas5buf 'isipw b ; circiirastances,' the 'Georgia'' pJatform 'went

.;.. S the Party, in advance, to send Delegates pend upon the action of:this Baltiniore C invention. nation. VVe-learn: 'be! intends to prpceed t>y coirtini1 ca'ri'lbng1' tIerate'lBiicTisa"8tatet6tthings. | ieased 'adhad.ad'iJEculfy.-iri! regard' to,.the as far In; its ''Veqniremehts'as ;theoathtut

.' llo the'.Baltimore: Convention,-still) I mean Alabama has already called a National water -to the 'h'ighest'? navig'able'pomt iort'ilre .1)JA"fa'iWfe'r.once'; inj- th ree 'rnb ihmiht'b1ir title toa.gold ylaxtr Righti'parttf could "jibV hope "tor adfar.cei
IIWPIJr toay, that if such was the isien4k Convention bn ''Our' 'princlplepi-.to as- t 11 Governor -'
; : '- ? )i .I' *YH < 'Vlit1vhetf theire'guI it Bigler has jsstred a special iries- d'that'if, tI Union med woulJ'onlr1aui4up
..';' ; Jam unqualifiedly opposed lo it. fembl6 in this city after theBaUimpreCpnvfntiori. rhr.', 'tihwith' -!, him, a: guard., of.' t about'-- becomes so Wn' tego/ai'as'to'forhi the* rrile,] sageMn hlch1 he lesJhejajaSjgaielfiU 'lt'boldly'unul squaeiyVthey' 'bIV ,bissymthies'andgod

; The new'organization in Georgia was -To this latter Convention we"ehoulct Uyenty men./ ,, ..vJl.1I iristcad 6f Th& exception.1 a':reme\y! is'.loudly debtedness wts1e but he' rOt !
tailed into existence uiuii| an extraordinary not fail to send dele aies. Should such;a i l "v '' ,-c, ,: called l for-Ni.: -< : 5 **'it ftyMa 5r1 i-$ ands quarter., > I. tn: ,. t. ? T td their p1 tfornL' '

-act yet passed by. Those- who lhik so national organization necessary and proper, currcd.on ..Saturday evening Jast, aMhe plan .p>iTpnJtis, to-day just.six months 'AlI'qulet at anDiego.: Th tioOjia -: 4'Th'e comth ts fthai'8tat' RgitGmeetiti'go

i.f draw different conclusions from the signs of to carry out our principle, I feel 'assured' tation.of tCol,John,BrpwaMr.in this wnty.CoL .' since the) IFe/aiaar rived>here onher firstttW ; O ,& I utttrtiiai; ,
*. :, -the times from uliat 1 Jo. The present(ap- that the, late results in Georgia, Alabama, B rece'ived* inforrna'tiori'lhai'iwd'furiai1 alter t bayrngi n'laid'rfn' for1 repairs"' last 4' ii'l".r -J" '' ; -'/ -"> ;coipanyof.the M.Yancj' d'lt'as rts that idart'iii,
.' .. pieutcalm is but a temporary suspension and !t'Iississipi'are but'proofs of what inayj f ; '.I'j OJ'1; ** U **- MI* .t>tr.>. ',v'.Jifi'ia' l 5> .f" ;" '!* /'- dailleyith Major Andrews, ha this country has mate t4nsstentry, tuser.iflglj
-of'the dangerous elements which then raged be'expected in other sections of the cou try, \fay.r.li negroes'V ]*
    : 40;furiously. That party was formed upon when similar efforts buy.be'made 'for similar houses :haj jejening,jind jhe.fprmed.Uv party,' to, tiy.&O',jbe eday when sbewas due. y t. i j i cplesihan the' Unirn "men' ba'reb 'the

    itbe principles forth and embodied in the objects. Aid in this connection I .will consisting of himself,,twosons, and a son The,complaining,'edrtor says that "a failure ,Claim Gen.Watson.; ,. Georghi 'lat1orn'.V
    ; ctbn of the Stale Convei.tinn in December, add that the idea of reorganising either' of think that .of
    to a portion
    ,- 1850. Those principles I noed not repeat the old parties in this country upon sound i :law,'aided'bytwo trusty sl veslo'pursue once.zt rfA'cfnd' ;; j'might be ,borne j" 'but, \VASHisafos CITT, February 27, 1852.,,, good reason'Riphts Party will' soon .be'fo'uni T.jheSbiithern

    w, f to-you. They were such as a large majorJty national principles; is in my opiriipn'a,' result them In hT eiffort'ohe'o'f the'ri.egTO'purSu- acldoriling ,'ib hfa:.logic, iwo /' zlneszn3x; To thg Editor of the jiniont *&; .. upon! the Georgia Constitutional Union platform

    '- (. of the people of Georgia then thought, not to be looked for with much confidence eny'named JBr'ftus,'.was .cut/'in the abdomen months{ onstj'tutq,:,ftj crime.) unpardonable.' ,, SIR i,from the report of a recent'debate .i tbirt'g which sir "months .agi 'th $;

    4 .;and.au I Mill think, etsenlial to the nlainteinance : As organizations, these 'parties' are "a'a most serious manjier, by. one of the run ".The ways.of Providence are mysterious'? in the,Houae of.Representatives:observe would. .starcefyibave. designed to spit dtOD/i)
    of the rights of her people and the both effete and corrupt. They both rhake that a claim of tbe-heirs ol ,the late...Generalyatson .r..i ii
    a. -union of the States. They were,rnorpver, professions in platforms" which they never -. aways named Belfast, and his recovery.is The'ways'betw'eeh'Displace' and Savannah \ of.Georgia,,,for money paid;to the 'slr'Vjga AND THE
    ,' not sectional either in their character or objects. carry out in practice. These .'platforms doubtful.' ThOhrnegro'o'l the pursuing are"crooked!. Rut'whaf shaH bViaid of.Uje" Creek Indians- vitnith assent of -the ..Indian The New'.York Courier and' Enjuinran

    They were, and are, as broad as the programmes have become 'nothing' but party, John, on appr'oacblhg.Je'lfasVw.as waysf' th'e Nt/pi? They me,indeed;past bepartmentat.Washiuigton-for, ,cer- npunces that the following call will be cir*

    Union,and as wide as the limits of the ju- artful device, by which demagogues 'are stabbed by,hinx.jlo.'lhe heart and instantly finding oUt;and it is.only to be wondered al tain'Seminole! 'negroes captured in Florida, culated : > '
    .. : cudiction of the Constitution,-and in the enabled to cheat people. New. 'wine is by the army,under.my command) is now be IU The'subscribers, citizens of New" r
    Tery organization of that party, which was not to be put into old bottles, else they burst.1 tilled.' The fugitive matte'another'attemkt' ; that th'er editor' manages 'to guide'it.'throughthe fore.heHonse, in.'the form of 'a bill. That earnestly'desire" the election of Air. Wehstet

    formed by an abjuration and renunciation And if the effort to infuse new and1 sound in his'course.,,x*upbri'*, the .life"., of- on'e'lof'&ol', j' .. fog it i'which he ehveldpeshislreaders' my agency, in the matter maybe better un.derstooJ to 'the.'office. -President of the UniteJ'
    -of- all old party.names and affiliations by all principles into'either of'those' worn' ut par Broward's sons ,but< k without, effect. He \YheMherJ/agnof/a./ first arrived, at hIs, task the favpr of you .to publish States,' for-'the.' 'ensuing" Presidential .term/

    who entered into it, we offered to unite with ties should be successful, a like result may' finally surrounded, and\vhile crouching place theeics 'was loud' in complaints letter which, I j addressed more thon seven and'they respectfully invite' all citizens who
    1 ny and all men, irrespective of past party be expected. It is quite improbable that' it years ago,on the subject to the Hon. Howell unijewih"theth in this wish,'to meet aton .
    down with the drawn'knife 'in his hand ab'bul the Welaka made her
    '* in section of the her.- Before
    -distinctions Cobb then member from Georgia
    p every country should be othewise. For the elements in a of Congress 'the 4th'day of March next, to nominate'Mr.
    ;, .1 whether in the South or North, who would each are discordant,'conflicting arid hostile.I Col. B; approached ,and discharged a gun trial trip she'n1is'condemned by the same pa- rsubmit, a, copy of the letter; and.I Webster for1 the Presidency subject

    : \t make these principles a cardinal point in for'instance, can those men'in pebr- loaded \vith shot, at''his, head, which killed! perjand; although'she has had' the advantages am, ,most lespectfully-jour obedient servant -> the'approVar'bf a Whig-National Cortyen*

    '. if' 4beir creed. The same position we still gia whoioo'kedupon the eighteen 'thousand him instantly. ,Tbq verdict .of'a, coroner'sjury of the News byihaving been once '' : tion.1- ;." '
    'T, -hold. As yet, io arty at -the Nurlh has majority against,them in their own State at ;. :TH. S.JESUP. .-.' -'1List --
    held on Sundaymorhitlg'was in accord and moreover "a favorite '
    ; .. given such assurance. The Baltimore Convention the late election' as'unttustthorthy'upoi' th'e "prompt and'regular, .1 -J.i I J" -, Vi '. .. of Officers theState ofFlorida
    '* has been called with such ance with these facts'arid j justifiable' homicide tftMem/to'lose; grbnm GE.TKSAI.' OFFICE *
    not any question of Southern'Rights, be expected to yet si\r QUAETERMASTES, S ,11. '.'" _;_'_- -i i *" Jj.iiSTATti
    *view or object; so far from it, many dour act in harmony with the Wilmot'the Ran- in'the case'bf the'death" of Belfast. comparatiVelY' ;,spce..the_kezs 5 has nothing I' Washington City, Feb 12, 1S-13.. :: HOUSE OFFICERS. 0>
    '
    T bitterest assailants at the South as well as tools, the Preston Kings and the Van'Burensat *follow" iti not even ft the destiny" of-its SIR : t have'-rece'iv'ed Oirl'tter, dated Governor ,THOMAS BROWN. ';
    ;: .*t the North, have already' been duly ap- the North The very idea .such. 'a Union','Convention* to Yesterday, relation, toVthe claim of the Secretary State CHARLES Wj'DOWJClNdi'i
    '4*? rpointed members of it.-Could any idea be possibility suggestive; of infahiy.,' I take ,A call, is'issued in,'the.'Georgia papers for predece sorL" a' ' heirs of 'the late' Gen.-VVatPpn, of, Georgia; Attorney General DAVID P. ilOGUB.i i

    rnore preposterous than the project of send- it for granted,then, that harmonious action a'Convention of the Union, party, to meet at .It may be tell, t6Jremark, in connectionwith and'I have the honor to 'state jn reply that Treasurer Comptroller., WILLIAM JOHN.BEARD.K. UYWAaD! ,
    4ng delegates to a convention of our oppo- amongst men 'holding' such anta ;onistica! the above, that there .are other .causes irt.tbe .y ar 183BJ; when', I. commanded the Register State Lands, DAVID S. WAiKEE'
    the 22d of '
    -'. I entii, for fear.that they may not conduct opinions and principles, is out of'the ques Milledgeville on April u which followed her predecessorsV1 .' army operating, a isiCt.tbe'Creeks 'In Ala Clerk Supreme Court;KOBT. 3: HAYWABD.
    than the destiny .
    ., :; 4heir proceedings according to our liking ? tion. And it should be borne in mind thai ''/FLORIDA. INTEREST CLAIMS. bama'and Georgia, I waI"ord, red by the :, JUDICIARY. ': '
    -SchwouId be novel in wlich'operateO retard the' Welala P'resident'of, the1 tTnIted Stalestb, raise '
    certainly a course Mr. Rantoul declared the other 'day in the a Court '
    -The of' j jt i 11 : t l.J .1" i IN ii tf. t lit .Supreme Judges:
    .. -political tactics, ,House, that if he were not good Democrat. argument upon a question jurisdiction siii'she, ,','" enlis\eo1n\ the ,niailseryice, Jothe.ac'coDjmodatiqn.pf cbrps"pf Creekwarriors; ,, .nd send them to 5, ,J L, R idrecs'
    V '
    If'these members of that Convention there was not one m New England,.. Bul 'in reference fto the' Florida Interest' the publioTbe editor's Gen'Call, then commanding ..the army operating }InalkerAndexson: I.Ch-j Justtc* j ]Penaae.tg,'
    : from the.South-who were lately so loud in ffom considerations 'gfowihg"oiit.ol daiins;' was commenced" the Supreme against U Sen1indeIndians in FiorIda. Hon. A. G.'Semme I Associate I ApiJac'aj
    apart, of the route ought ta hare
    knowledge Hon. L. A. J \ Tkl'ia.
    .denunciation of all men at the North, : :Thompson,
    the conditionof the slavery Court Yaslungton: the ult. ,
    present question on 23d by
    -and who were so particularly censoii us' of 'and other questions"ol 'domestic policy, suggested him that in consequence of ibid I raised a regiment antl ptaced/il. underthe : Circuit Judge- ..
    } our.position at home shall acknowledge 'on which there is equally as wide a 'difference Col. Sherman., Then these claims were "'se'|ve" 'the'.boat is compelled to touch at command of the late Col. Lane, and authorized Western" j Hon. Geo 78.Hawkins" fAplab.

    I their errors and put themselves upon our of opinion between the 'twO''great last before the U. S. District Court of 'Florida a nurnber.3pflandings' which she did. not him to'promise'Jhe"chiefs and/warriors Middle I t fTboma J..Wayles* Douglaa1 Baker ,1 I Jaeka'rltr Ta1'bai'sEnum'

    principles,and shall purge that body of'Us wings of these old parties there are still ,, we believe was a mooted point whether make befoie-rtyrhich often causes her'to' all' the Seminblel property they shouldcaptCre'or Southern t | Jos.B. Lancaster' :|JK..Wil
    :t JFret-Soil'elements shall, also, present other and new questions arising, upon which 'the hearing s by the Court in its/re 'a fair equivalent for'it. James M. Landrom,Sol'r,W. Cir., \Ucheaim*<
    no,the? !icoantry! a good candidate for the most probably still wider differences opinion lose;a tide, and in consequence to be less The regiment left! Alabama in September, Samuel B.Stephens, Sol'r M. Cir., ftuiney r .
    I gular capacity.aa,such, or as ,a commission, John1 P: Sanderson; SoW E; Cir.;,' Jacksrill4
    Presidency will be time enough for us to will exist. The question 'of interfering "promptand! regular".than formerly. joined Geiu Call early m October, 'and served "*
    Osaian B. Haft, Sol'r S. Cir.1' LWut
    in continuance of tbe jji f >i' f '
    cooaect ourselves with their action after appointment Judge under his immediate orde'rsj'durih'g the *
    campaign ,
    .
    with and taking part in' European, politic, ,change of commanders with this change 5 i;
    -they shall bare given us these evidences 'ofF will soon be upon us. Coining events Bronson to investigate the claims some of schedule renders this an appropriate occasion in which he corrimanded., 'Having COUNTY OFFICEItS. .
    '
    :, their being entitled to our confidence andcovperation. cast'their shadows before.1' At this time years since. If the case comes up from, the closed tbe Creek,war.1 was ,ordered' .to'.FIo- [First name-Judge Probate; seeu d name Cl.rL'
    .- A good candidate standing we see a man of unusual address and treat the to welcome back to the route an old rida, and'in December, 1836, relieved) Gen.. of Ct.tourt' third name Sheriff; fonrth'swhenever
    Court to.the Court will '
    on oar principles, and put forward by an ability, traversing; the Northern Stales of appeal Supreme and tried favorite, Capt. N. KINO. If th< Call in the command'of the"army there Up ( it'occurs, as id.Gadsdcn. Btcj, Iaz
    '
    standing the same 'priuciples be granted, as that tribunal has only jurisdiction to'that'period no negroes'had been taken Assessor and,Collector.] .
    organization "and
    upon the Union, urging upon the people the editor of the News should ever baye occasion -r.:
    is all we want. abandonment of those principles which of cases coming up from inferior travel the JFeZaia be.will from the enemy except about forty by a detachment Western Circuit. ,.. '
    Whether that Convention will come to on probably 'under' command,,composed of County. Ojpcert. Post Qe
    op have been coeval with the various jnonar courts in their legal capacity. It is upon my Charles .j
    Escambia N. Jordad Ptfnsacoli
    to these requisition, is one cf the problems chies and dynasties of the old world. His this understand the find himself led''into a' more pleasing delu three hundred Alabama volunteer\elghty E.DeLaraa '
    that future develbpements only can solve. object;'evidently, is to implant in the public point, as we1 argument siou than he offeri )labors tinder;inasmuch as regular! soldiers,and a single Indian warrior. : -.' DeLarua,' itl

    .. Mf apprehension i
    what indications others found more favorable join in general crusade for the liberties of question will elicit an opinion which will well aR other feel like enemydispCrsed over' the' hole territoiy'otFloridai ,t ,, ,,.S.Amos. "% -.'//
    expectations, I am at a loss to conjec mankind. These wild and disorganizing be a guide to the Secretaryof the Treasury as ,. passengers, members was compelled o'djvide'rny'srnalIfoice : Isaiah CobbjJr.f Vtjt/

    ture. is it from the -fact that Col.-Polk'j doctrines have been embodied resolution! in the of a "royal'familyn by causing themto"livelike"PnW into six,uiuciciii uciabuuiciiai luur of ,Walto. '' (Daniel McLeod iTcneaanjk/
    regard to payment of the interest and 'IS *
    "
    ":*' U.'MeKinnoii'
    ; Angus
    resolution was rejected the congressional and adopted with enthusiasm by large and > :, 'those detachments vVere.accomuanied.by Indian 'IL "; r,
    I. caucus at the beginning ofthe present session respectable meetings''in divers places. The supersede any further legal investigation. ' '. 'JACKSONVILLE.. warriors. rnJanuay'.'and February. I Holmes 'Abncr Baker'' CertoGordfl"'
    '
    f> Is it from the fact that Mr. Bartlett, >; j i i !' ,'as well as'! :cattle and :
    dist 1837'inauy' iegroes
    day is not nt when the questions involved The, Governor's Order to Gen. February 6th, 1852. .. 4 n *'" Ma.rtin.W.Bret "f.'(
    whose name appears as one of the commit in these doctrines will become 'prac. ,. horses, were captured. The'cattle ttkenby'the I", ':. Robt.,K. Golden* i1!'':-*/:
    .! who called that convention, was elected Hopkins. ' : :&' Indians paid by'the.cprnmissa- Wss'hington' ,,'CrangsIg
    tee tical issues. These will present subjects of From,California. ,,
    the seat he now, holds in the House ol ; m 'horses they were allowed; to sell .4 Nornian A.CamDbeI
    to vast magnitude and momentous importance ryj; ]; -
    I I To,tfte Editor,of 'the Republican: The news from:California con. ; .4' .John A:
    ,, Representatives as an open and avowedFreeS4iZeT' for the consideration of the American people. -.possesses and;' the hegrbea were *erit to 'the depots in "
    ? Is it from,the fact that Mr. And upon them, as well as upon SIR: In order to avoid false conclusions siderable interest.' '"' order that it might'be ascertained how many Jackson'.4 : 'FredTc S.C. '. *Ciu

    : Rantout, the champion and defender of'that those other kindred questions to'' 'which I in regard to my instructions:from the Executive A ''rumor'reached! 'San Francisco on,the Isof ifThemverett bonafide, property of the 1(. James "

    : .most unprincipled of all coalitions in the an- have alluded, men in all sections who tbinl of the State, authorizing me to 'ro. February, to'tne'efTect that a serious rev. Seminples, how many were free,'and how '"" Calvin
    xals'of political profligacy in Ma sachuetts alike, must organize and act together with'. ceed many of 'th belonged to,'and bad been Calhoun. B..B. .B"r $ ,
    as special agent to investigate,the late oluUon had,occurred> the Mormons at '
    1.. is one of the members of that Convention but respect to past differences of opinion on mong captured from citizens Florida., Jii'regard 11 Benj. F. 4. ,,,. 5.
    T ;\ Or, is it from the fact that the "Union other points, or an early doom will be our disturbances on ,the frontier," and as com Great ( Salt Lake They were arriving' to the negroes, it was'difficult determine u :Thos. J. McLean'.B *'

    ** newspaper in this city puts down the destiny, instead of that full measure of true mander of the 2d Division of' the Militia'of that point in' large"riumberf, and; were fort!.' which had been taken by Indians andXhichby ,FrankKnGadsden'-'.'- ; .Saml-W.Arch'dT. "iI

    2 most ultra men of the South and the most greatness which it is our real mission" to the State; I: hereby furnish'you with'a copy jfying; tbemselTes, preparatory to resisting the the troops ; igenerafly the ,women-and I. 'a
    rabid Free-Soilers at the North, now in Con.gress attain, and which'nothing short of'the nni children'had been captured by the'combined .' W't
    ejeraiGovernment
    of such instructions, which you are at 'liberty ( against whichitbe; 'Middle ; 3
    I. as all good Democrats and equally ted patriotism of the whole country can se force, and the- men 'almost ..entirely the '
    '
    entitled membership'and fellowship in the curc' '' to publish i'i in A-J! ; ,av had issued declaration of independence, as voEunt ers'ind regular! 'troop's.. Tcould' not .. 'Edward 1)

    great party of which it professes to be the This is no time, therefore- -look 3 -.to.. old f l : '. .... [Respectfully ;. < >. ; '-, ser1nk'theifnh1 aetermfnatibn to''set ii'p'a permit' families to be: separated,taavoulJ; "' Robt Samuel ..J''wf

    sole organ 1 issues with .of rwrganrrj'/ig (: i. 4 r .B;-HOPKINS..EXECUTIVE reptlic'r'.t hmseles. jMr. Bernhiseltbe.'deJegate pave been'4he eonsequence'bf;a pro rata'diyision Hogh O.: ,,
    If so,11 hare only to pay, that these and a prospect .par; f r4 ; 'r from 'of'''the''slaves]* besides, f'.hoped to' 'Leon (DavidW.
    ties tham. But T have said more than Congress, Eutab.'issueta n
    other indications which I might mention, upon : !DEPARTWZNT{FLORIDA- make some' of th tisefut as gnid should a' '- ", Oscar A.Myers'J ,
    I intended. In conclusion I.will add, iba -it iTallahasseei'Feb. card in Washington nthe'lst inst.j denying "1. ?" Haley BIocke '' '
    21,1852. !
    2 have quite a contrary effect on me. That ; hostilities be renewed, or?as: messerigera'totheindiarrichiefsj
    p 'WeBho'ufd +'
    Iti convention, therefore, so called and so- constituted our ppjicyjs to bold our position. MaJ.Gen. Bl Hopinis, '" '' '' '*'' ,'the ,statement. that"the ''Morfcori's had'set shoild/negotiation; : :aWakulla : JohttH;Rhodes' .gft
    unite wiili that '
    no nsa '
    failsj '
    party '3t-J t.- ; Wm'.J.
    ;r as well as all other National Contentions condition 'precedent ',incorporate..,in\,its "'2d Division'of Florida'Militia:1:, ": :l4'' $ thought'advisahlel' f proposed to those who i-.'!.' .' -. Council ,, ll i'_

    l ,. whether Democratic or Whig, consider SIR I hereby appbi ( were interested that equivalent should be "
    creed those 'prin"iples"whichwe as ;. you.SpeclaljAgent The report further states.that the United i: 4j&h,11&Ui1 ,' ;&'d
    be on the record a condition > t "to i them in mbiie"y- -all assented to thepropo'sitiori .
    right as
    I must put j'aid LComba
    j essential to the, maintenance 'oui'rightsand th frontier difficulties .. OSG ,
    to to thQ
    inquirej'nt recent States territorial officers have all left.; I)
    'aiid '
    : '
    precedent, before looking to me for any the 'preservation. 'of the'TJmbn', of he leftit to ;me' to'determine Jefferson \., ,.Tloine. LChaC..
    support or countenance. 1 speak only for States. '\Ve 'should, stand aloof from all' which have occurred with the;\vbites ft Th. ino. t iriiioraiit'n, .ws'hom', ,Caifo'ra the amourit'to 'be"allowed: "'As the 'army "' Craven G' Fife '' -.' "
    / fl '' '- -': : .j *
    M"l: SilfJ 1 J -r R"Daniel T.-Lenh'o i'j 'O
    oyeelf.' Tbe Constitutional Union party and Indians. -" Is theelection Weller had aideil in the'captilre the slaves nd -
    that do not 'purge themselves'fromall ofc9i.ohn'B. dem- ,> .
    parties "
    .
    ,, .
    '
    i-
    t > 'r I J i i : i John Wooten > i. gru. *
    can speak for 'itself when its Convention with' You'will''theefore with' such the public bad bee'ri at the'expen. of guardingj'feedingrahd '
    affiliation association Freesbilitm
    ,tak'e you a pcra tp.tbVUnjited.tates Senateon; the 6th Madison ', Alex'rMcDonaJj' nt.hotT
    doubt that the
    But
    assembles. can one Jb'lblrie theni'for several
    any Whatever be. .(jhccou'se of future deem, : B.. '
    influence of may, t guard as..youmay necessary/You ballot, by seventy-onemajority'j "Tuo'dayswere s"r ; am1j Sessions n SaAt
    moral power aed our position event JVre| should sta'n&by our .principles montbsi'I1 cbnsidered eight thousand dollars John H.Patterson ,. ,,M *..-,-
    upon tne action of the Baltimore Convention wherever' they'may lead us,'"through woe1, will inquire into and 'Obtain' alltbe facts in 'spent ithe'.leetion'tTh! other most a fair eqmvafent for the 'tlaims'of"thj war 1" Robert McKinney.. ." J"

    would be much greater outside than in- as well n.j '" through, weal," 'and maintainiheni' regard to the' complaints made'agairlstCthemovemehtsof roiiinentanaiaate '.were1 riors,7 and direr ted'that 'U should be paid to Hamil1, j, ?, Henry J. Stewart' ,' ,"*.,"( ""* .iEi
    side of its deliberations f Would they be less 'ahyo\hVr\ ii" '.'oS't'i. "V'i *' them at Pass ChnVtian','where' they to .4 '' William Da '-
    Capt..Jerrifgafnli/or were
    noand .'alwaysif need. ,b until ; ; ric.JWcLane nyUj Ralston-and '
    p4 ,Ander- '- 'F ', "
    )ikelytocoml4ywith our demands from fear *v ''
    of our defiance in case of refusal than, to be they, we"'aiid'the'RepubIic"' -"-.' perish.togetbeinacorhmonYninV white menontbe Indian frontier.v"tYoo w U eon, all=ofiwhQm.withdrewfafter the ';r'Jeremiah SmithlK't tl ** Z,
    ., endeavor bold talk with bfv.the-.In ca'ucnsbf 42 ; -l '*" '- ''"Etaten Circuit '' '' .Lj T3
    $ controlled by our wishes after a voluntary Yours respectfqltjr, a ; 'any thedembc'raifc-party'1 'Ja enced by' vhite men as I have reason to beiievej : '
    ?1" surrender :If we go into their organization'without dian s'who*have['crossed'fovef their fine' tothe1 ; .The WKii.. WltX'-'cfi,, is'J.Uii/ij",' het4.bol4.. ; theyexpresseddiitstactiOn' When Colnmbii, Ge .SHerlert118'' '
    J tkt condition precedent of a recognition -.Ai.sxiNnEa STEFHEHS. carl atf the Pass iMz 5JMi ;:rS..'&arboronjb' : ; 'I
    ; I whi'te settlementsand'if p'rcvail, theyarrived' andrefused'to'rieive $- ;
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    and endorsement oar principles, : : : y '' : :- -: -Jii tiH \ t- . 'i lobe
    ;: shall we not be in the condition of. veteran NOISE AND CorvszoN.-TheSava on any of tbemtp.surrender! ;o can get;,possession any.jaucu8orcjroake any nomination Bn't paid'Inladditibh io"the sum of, 'elght'trtPu- .Alaehua!* .' -1 atf -,,;I'euce.M1ckI.r.: ;iK-Ji.j

    troopsy beguiled and betrayed unarmed into nah Georgian 'the fol1Ovng"Mr.tuchanan .of them, you will, -with i the old woman Honi'. : Thomas Butler' King and MayorReadi: sand'dollars tbey had.bCe'n promised twenty"dollars ," ,, AMCasto Sanvi RusaU"I': w '

    t tne' ampf the enemy 1 >The idea of men ndO C* and'child captured-by Caph Jernigarji ing-cotlued4td1cceiye'The' cornp1inntaryots each for thirty-five negroes belonging CbaeLWflson*:T WDu <
    n. $
    I ihufcaU ated insisting on terms issimply' cause them ito1 be delivered ''jp'any! Uhited t altb baliot to: citizens' 'Flbrida'wbich. they,hid capturtd l '- ;' Fe1ittii4t'
    I ridiculous-tapfj'w* may be allowed,'to beg We long ince stated our belief that these $ ? .n :' -- "'Li; "' 1 \', vj'il r$!: Silt .. 'YsidoreVarnle' 14 ,?
    lv$ for quarters; burwbo ;even heard 'of' them distinguished aspirants- for) the '

    14 demanding .toncetsiontl' And is this the were; playing ''tn6' Kilkenny;' atJ'game in you ; seeing'that naTrotenceis'donjr.'tb held' t.Sac>ament6"before the'electibn of U.' 3 My arrarigemeht'with'the tmliariS Vis'api' "ueu.' ""fl L11"th' ,,JjdaJi--Bowden ,, .,, ,Msndsii*

    j time for our party to pot itself in such a ho Pennsylvania; or l In other words that i such trlem, and that narpfopert 't>(ljonging l- S.Sen', tbr'Aft. ?afcessibn 8t t feigbf or'tefT proved'byth Secretary'Var 'wjthxas I v'':. 'CJCBesit'ii' -
    [! militinWpositiOn 1- The extraordinary- strong feeling of" hostility!was growing'itip to them is'taken, from.tbtm.'i "3 i. njft>;-; \ [ Iii S wta: njr,<5 !ci*. ,K vt%.:v hiv' :tinderst6bdthe: saiictioh!6f 'the'PreC1. ,;' 3.Brad46e' ""

    fort'tbat is1 oovr being'made to inculcate the on' the part of the .friends1 of ,each:'towards You Svjll alsb'' ascertain whatymiliiar 54 Pc 5ps debr.3Wder'tbai; arfangewVot'1 the*holders
    ti.' opiakm.tbaS: nothing1 can be done by a separate the other, as would make it unwise' on-the ernbodyi igh; tvJs f( ..hiCqnventionOna of ,.justly entitled'tdiigbt'thouslhcf
    !!organization .upon Itbe principles ol part of the Baltimore Convention -nominate force tLe'UnitedStates'bas on the Indian f themiThaUlere'should be. :a duTeSSiMP '- Veveri*hundred 'dollars'Of. : -' : 'Raphael B.Canera? '
    thai formed in Georgia I am perfectly aware either. This belief-has been!strength borders ; its>umberthe aistance"1 VrtftfeerV ieied ii's t'tnepriyi1ge&! 4 extenedtQ t : mine tb"laith PutoaaV : Patatkit.M .

    of. ".But does it not come with a bad. grace ened, by intelligence from (Philadelphia,' the oeeiipiedfand its1 capa2ihrto i* t .t 't(4 nil' I jj1-)4',1} The idrchW f the'nerOatrOunth fnians't1WshIit6n -tsntsaasGUkLir "
    frora-those-wbo, in.lhus .speaking, are .but where in a meeting of' the Democracy of the d r theiithorit1o1tfe'Idi t : tIoll.po74rM jj
    ffiKW&fatopjedatibns "
    n. rep ating.thei croakiags of twelve.
    L '.Theipsve.were told 4s oowyithat the on a motion,,to instruct(dele and.putrages.Allftf(iwtucjiryoa I net 'utiit
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    r jtevro'rganizaUon was A failure, because it gates to the'Democratic State!Convention' willmake report-of.td.rne 9y.t<}Qa.itt; ha'e'beeneittTngf, rsom, 91 'tith'eid'' T b&ve afr xde butntist dkafliatfh J6ha'tf'eTitii' .

    .did not meet with favor from.thepoZitical volefor.AIr.--Bucbariab.*'} So strong was.the 'a jf iere is'.not'i sufiicleht'ifortVofJUi'S,' 4 't "tI' 1fl' 1&frft, .fl UICOBUIC, and luuauiy> uou.'ounne JHUII- '. "Robett BaUock '
    j intriguers of. this city -Some'.nventt so far Cass feeling,.that! the,Chairman had to make heeqn preverittog irfftftn fteTnV ejirf iV 'out. 4 iL: 8.E. 1l.1ienitoa ,flsmm
    .as to wy.that the party.was dead, and could bis; escape through a'; bacb wipdaw-iauldi 5> if, !'i act be galvaniud into existences his coat tail, after dedariflirjbeaddptioti'ol of the.settlement, anq you.have,caufelQ, : La4&tveringitissaidten leagnes Mari the M*;I.iisiiijd:' iO't1tn,fas'mn'd{ 4t', rSah'1.4.'ueiit.; : ,'. 's 1 'bi'tL"
    Baiwbal hare.we not accomplished since the Buchanan reftolntioalnfiubseqaently(we believe iher ialninJinent danger iof nvdIo'sOl ( -i tat1 'foticy W thtf arVdPlhiJ gbreftmerit f f'it i" : '
    ( Hhen ,Georgia has spoken, with-a toajoriJjocrrr era tod! > a! majority jif'conventSpni-reJ atld k4 E t. 'ilm 4v .t ,t fsfytlfe'm ihe pa'ymdht of?mdniyf buiflt p:" 5VA 'kiw. MarfiiB'CttnalaiW"Beaji s
    [ t before known. -SataaoIisaUsippi. organized, WojiiBuyerlyJni the chair. \ i4 bkd'b "ii'htrt6 riVBthem'th ". 1. JiiHagkr 4. .rt**ft3
    negrots
    I .-4ndAlab&mab.s bown-lhat berpeopie.are The resolution;waalhtnadopted/unant 4,4 'u P.. &'j, : t ii,, ivqftq4,4aidhis ; t T"uT- .HS"JESUP H raMu 4 'E11as 0;Knjg1 S I44i.i
    not to be bound by tbe shackles of,' ar* Im usly.bt 1 eL 'Z' i p damageaat.lOOOoott'r3btting 0 ' ,,'v .'iz:1, ft1a45 '

    ty when principles are at Btake Hasasia" 'The mertbers 'of Hbe jConrention,' when tcction and:tficurityrof;the'peoplej:till,a juf; 'td'defrt Ia : :kT.i WMhlnttijn.*-T'. ?*t-*f4<-tw 1* Tti ** Aww* *>w&* *n*v'aJ r wv ; Lr" .e'flIQ, ,

    fie riection been lost,where thai iseue .wa* elected, wire princJIIyiBuchsnafliteabut4I5tJSf5.CtJOfl'ftt ficient fofcei can' b assembled.-for lheirre .f-y j""g'v T v.uh 4| 4
    Ii talufeti4.Butfiol only tbb Iaftt/winterf the ; ,tbeGoveroor'tbpointriewsln [?' f&&r M4Hl : i 4nAc"b! t 1, ; t4'he'poeta'ieign'ed}hatDaphc ;wasehangi
    T .Geoliiaorfanizatiooinet with! nothingMat.oppb a Wlri. '?Sftf Jtfivvp'Vi.tt'yilitui bC
    I tioavten itbe.. twogreatparties, as, oppowtido..to Pennsy1varu&favo.rxt } wy>oft-i5m yteJ tejM8 gompinies h d clOed pp stfohs.' Jp ow'i t prl bo tpld thif/forerf Bot.t'j tI'I'

    they tre called! here ,Tbes4, f artiesi bare so .L,; j' Si i. UU4Jl' ?fftt Y91 havt iuedemp.6tbo ityt& lit

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    isthig 1&L 4Iso tki dieio, qtle Carplma papers please ebpj1.'' i thefrtare. i'ce athntzon N-Ps; B IL OWp j **'C I'p al. ? Lbegleare to JK r.* -;: n
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    ? -- f i 3fl; expertee in tli Stor litli their eonteIi .,The inCa.'dced
    'WInk..l FeV2t-fc alec' to l S3YQLrancements teaching,bi.r e1icdeJ to e fonn rly kept ..-
    4ci R'Dnke, PalatkViJ,' T Coit, Che i tablish bIC Bebeol n tHa p1 ,ui1d e4tih, oby'w. P.'DeweewhershtU1snwIefliegof&teoitiseceri' the eapses Afti'bou"ht qqt q
    4' 4 raw S C.V A Cantin, N Y; 25-Wm Caton. made on conxgnmeotejI'1SK9'1 invites the public to call and test fU merits.."* w1thot.arkbf Sr&uIuteinYT-:
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    cGiuiiFI&; 26-Geo C Eliftt, N C Edward, Ct '"-'" '" It will be his 4, a&ke.rum
    ; !' ,} constant effort to cultivate 'tfce ._ -.t1 or 1argun4a4th9'4t: *;
    r1. : Wm Stanley, Ct: James Nichola. .N.Y: Messrs r,1k friendship and esteem of his pupils: and to instil eurtnt of 'SP&INGsad .Uk1MEL
    Demeri & Mary/Ga; 27- C D Walcot, N Y; H ; those principle*which tend to develop the human c'ooodd.The subscriber Being
    .59. 64. : z 56.. E LeySt Augustine E Barges, S C; M., HOPKlltfS *f BRAJI AM, intellect and to refine the heart. -"'itha large Importing and Jolbfifz tcvnaecwa Rouse in* 't .

    .44 48. 44 42 "Canfiefdandlady.NY. Lawr ? Without being In the least sectarian, the Insti-i .at .New York;amTreceiving the latest and i'--'a ,r

    3 .38 44 41 $5 I.I ,,March 1st- ..ohn Can, Savannah; J DCevestuly 'OFFICE > t.PAJUATKAVILLpracticein E.V1s.t tute.wfll bt conducted on religious principles. {w4tl; most fashionable styles weekly,will -Ricn & &

    43 56 42 31 c.W. ., E Dickenson, N.Y; Jai Hanham, David \ The EsternClreutt. "Business? *. fy*moet thorough system of reviews and examinatlon > -4- 1give, thor publis, great advantage Sruwhen.tbe Sres conmmisos
    Rawlison. TFIUwlUoi. Fla;Z-Judge Bronwn, *,:which experience has ixJnakinggopd selec- ,, .
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    40 &W : suggested, t-- i Baelnesqo;216 Pearl
    5 50 61 :46 G & Fairbanks, St Angustine D Gridiey and ntr ted to tteir care wpl be promptly attended Principal natters Ihnself that Knowledge once ***' > tionVT6 Country Mer"E 1 Ereet1 wi abaitj

    43 2. 43 48 W. lady. N Y .osi&hW..tOftG&; 4-Col E D TraeykrTaylor February 19 IS52.tOJSm'annab acquired, cannot be lou.Greatindueesuentsare. -S;,( :-tenants ke w6uhj re-' -- enssI&erCountj, tutingasratus

    1' 33 2 341 31 ,S.W. Fla;Thot Pollard, V*; J M Gordon wHw ; offered-in the way of iH- v: 1OCt1I7di and didsiotrea4 lacqosoctios witbiuyExeoIe ThtA.;
    Ga 11 ii Thomas-Pa J D Itcpubtiemi l iepublisbtf:, and health and of .. thqCCDuaA saJsarjj ,
    54 43 37 v. : : SUrke, J W( beauty rituatien--to parents wish .
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    41 WM too
    $ e d4heir bill to this office. uu n : tlossv.uy bewh.ckwer
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    Stark*,ffli 1 W olley, NY'JtJ Keevesm., jug to Mndthra children from plas4
    ; home'as .
    4 66 53 4? &byWo t <'titf > - 1 selM will be in
    spared providing iafthel* eomfortandenjoyment. freasonable!! terms as can .
    58 48 59 51 S. 4. . be had New. T jome year. ao. tMy-fearaiIereMtIwh4'
    Putnam, WmCLH ahamv t'Angnstine; 7-P, J : ibnD.&tco.1 < u,>i aRThe in Vrki The public an solicited :i roi4lt.ieqossr
    :11. 49 57 38 45 W.byN. Denwre, tS5mithand ervUGajiiaes Wood- Factor* and Commlulon'' ffiscibline*win b
    12 T 53 39 30 N.W., fin, E B Woodfin,Ala; Thos Yanoe.Ga-- <*j -> -SAVANNL11EORrnA'No118* ilIercrianTk ai ,'J 1 and Tbeurofinst'rntion persuasive. ,s< 11vo includes-HA'jx all'the1* 1 oraniches IT? ftr*S?nvflieFb. ... ?*;l to AMERMANv? operatIuatortborandapUcatlontoraiss:

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    26 ,24 26 :. ; : ; th
    13 aytit..f of* thorough -iniahfld English"Education'and
    'asfeugr.I) 1'aenertr auuder fr.tJi lu ashy bed. Yonmayj abfSj
    14 28 46 39 21 W.N.W.Is a full preparation for any.College class'* '* 1BreadCak: &
    steamer Florida from Charles .._ MUtMSAtnat Out ddayJtad ryr iigreeiWe*
    35 S.W.t6 'Strict attention w\ll be given to the ealepf Cotton ,
    51 *
    3, 58 Ion, via Savannah-arrived March 4th s **> ,"or'otber produce,and liberal advances made t > ENGLISH-STUDIES. f5'r.t nulls is to inJb'm lUTntEe that we ban made pnsd apon opening {ho ufo ia.Utfr-f retot flL

    4 57 42 41 w.sscIT Mrl Wheeler, Miss'Emmett.'Oeo Center and when desired. .. 't, '. >rthographyeadingY Penmanship; Paonorraphy ':'uH-'preparations to supply the town,.and number of gentlemen,ta find ay,book* aj44

    34 60 44 32 S.byE. lady, Wm Pierson and lady, R Chandler, H Sol- JOHNW.C. LOTJD. U.'LOUDC. f ;GraintnatJOeographt; Ancient an4 Alod.erq other W5liwlft very excellent BREAD, pen caved and as legible M they w re preyiouj w
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    "11 45 68 47 37 S. %V.i4 lee, Lieut Territt, J E Calhoan, Mr Scobia and Jan. 22, 1852.' If.: ', .. History Rheorlc}; :-Book-Ieepinir; Coznisi PIES, we are) now'deUverWrer tbeJSrt. -BTbe' mens heat to which'O.V *5*.
    tlon and Declamation Botany the Bible nlarly at the houses of customer .' subjected, can tot w>rjeet r dJ frnf the eodfl1dh
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    41 29 25 41 %V.o son, A A Canova, S G Myers, J H Zivley, S B % of another safe .
    take this ,(n* ffajamandcrl
    MueDraw1ngr 3T. opportunity of expressing ef.whtell a
    y
    v our
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    Wallace A G Johnson J N Reues.Congnees.Bellethasse .
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    : 16 34 33 14 N.byE. & : h.dba.lvifl -COURSE.lf thanks for the liberal evidences of encouragement Iron skeleton frame nly remained and not iTvti-
    Fernan- Oak SCIENTIFIC
    32 Finnegan which ae have tige of-a book. They-were-' umin1o4iAth.
    40 already received,and while
    35 53 W.byN. '
    I dec Bisbee & Co & H McSory recpect-
    Kelly Capron, J < Moral "Natural
    Intellectual and Philosophy same. office-oik the adfle *
    ; fully asking continuance of the M r rrottuwlkle1fH Vy
    Ctmsmitli and Machincst same, feel warranted <
    33 44 28 28 W.byS. A M Reed T G G C )
    12 Myers; Acoata, SS Bufiung- ) Astronomy, Chemistry ; Geology, in claimingfor th Bread which we offer fell upon crates of earthen*,ware in th cellar, &
    33 30 .49 40 6 N.E. ton, C Bryan. HAS permanently located himself Jackson- ': '._ MATHEitATICAL COURSED 5 qualities nnsurpaased in all the essentials which go ruined &fa upon thealaniander; jlfjtkejr *ocition -

    24 42 59 48 S6 ,E.F. He is prepared to do all wort Arithmetic Algebra Geometry to make'the staff ol fife palatable,pure,and who&- badlseeu reversed,hot even the,skeleton
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    j ; ;Trigonottef
    *5 53 9 3 42 JOHN JERSK1NE in the Gunsmith line, both in Repairing and try; Surveying; iMensuraUon; 'Analytieai-Geometry wine.vW cball continue-lo'.use the Best fldurl would have remained. My JOBS' overJ Che usmrancoia -
    Manufacturing. He has a new process of Rl- which in the bands of an $1,900, yet the salvation of1 Bjr'booksMh
    Differential. L'aloulos. "[ experienced Bakerhm'i-
    26 52 68 51 49 tS.W (LATE or euiscr, GADSDEN COUNTY,) FLEING, which far surpasses the usual method ;. and Integral us.tnprouiiiing ng oar easteniers.godd Brvad; your .Salauiander! with the. rrpree rt tiver ef

    ' .7 40 53 38 36 N.W..u attaw Those wishing can have them made to, order. CLASICiL'COUJtSE.. &e; f 100COUaod uioportant,ducumeiit which

    32 62 40 27 Attorney All Machinery and Gunsmithing entrusted to 'Lirtin; GrcekrGennanj'.French. ,., furnbhed''and' famitics'iay wnere 1' within not be duieatedh! MIy comperisse4

    ft 38 68 50 34 %V.'byS.3O Will hereafter attend the CircujtCourts in all the his care will receive prompt attention. He A course of Lislures will.be* delivered If during the limits of the town supplied at an early noaf (i'It will aford me great pleasure to exbiUTtnS

    58 37 W.byN. counties the Eastern and SonCmrn Circuits, the hopes by close application to lousiness' to merit the year upon Philosophy and,Chemistry j The every,day.,,Pnco-etA per loaf.* new safe purchased of yon 'and expfaln fU merit j

    39. 72 hare of public patronage.1 .., School will be furnished.with a new set of MYEas& COOP1AN.oyt at mypTesentopee; ,No,251.Peart ueeCJwh4rsj -' .
    Supreme Court and the United States District apparatus
    :z 6O 73 60 53 W. by S. lackeonrille. Nov. 13,1851. tf.St and will affer'd ample opportunities for becoming 1, a-- : shall remau until- the ne.w_ bailJ ncei o ZlC.ig
    Court for the Northern District Florida. A J.
    erected -tful .
    acquainted with Science- and the practical respe 1J ;
    ;; ;i ;; 43.89 36.45 Hit tint it devoted exclusively to the Legal profnrion. John's Seminary of Learning operation of its laws.. ... ,. .. ... -d' -t .. Boarding. : -- 'Josgea .4LBEZr.._ .5
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    The Academic year wiH..bo divided into four --- Thehoidersigned fnvh eo nt'ry (

    AT MADISON C.-H., FLA. quarters o?eleven weeks each.1 Students may enter Tfl1fltBSRIER is prepared to accommo- others ii.teriied in the preservationof tLeir books
    Office (uidtf further nottct in Jacksonville JL* date a number of Boarders
    ) ,, at his
    S.W. recently from ,
    1 57 76 6Z 53 after the commencement of any quarter, and iuc,inui jwrucuiuiy uoee' briu'Kien S
    Board of Trustees
    9 63 48 47 N. } Florida. iar 12-It fTTVie SL take grcit pleasure be charged only from too.time.of their admission' erected, residence- in-the NOrthwest part of the safes m ujcj to call at ibq depot MSFater utrecti
    1 in to the Masonic
    annooncing Fraternity ."" town, the location of which is known to bV highly'fasorablo rfew lork. to tee tile.interior.f
    41 35 S.by. and the that the exercises of TERMS .JkljM Qilkt'Isafe
    65 public generally, r to health and.comfort front iU elevation with:the books-undisturbed "
    ::4 39 6G 46 33 S. Notice. this institution will commence oa the SECOND Board and Tuition, including lights,Jfiiei, and Tho'HOUSE is just completed; the leenin-iaad kindly permitted to remain Tot the, which .hfbsM

    49 74 57 41 S. SIX. MONTHS after date 'I will present myooounts MONDAY IN'JANUARY next, under the-superintendence washing,'per Session of five months,' $120 00 other Sparttfenta being spacious and well flnisUeda and gratification of the public, i -satisfaction.it f'tUrdersfor e >
    '5 and vouchers to the Hon. Court of of Mr. ISAAC AULD,, late principal German or k rench extra, ?-- 600 < respects 'pkst ring&e. -- ..
    6 567762 53 S.W. Probate Hamilton Institute Music (including use of Piano) >> '15 00) Burglar Proof Vantrjan! of county, and ask to be discharged of Greenwood South Carolina, aided ,tThe furnitnre.'of tfie House'is abo inHrcly hen-r Doors, promptly and
    59 57 from the administration of the assistants. Fancy Drawing - ..i 5 00 faithfully txecdted/T **
    7 61 77 estate of by competent being jdstreeeived from New-York, i ?
    : -TJM8&MAgV1N. .
    8 50 67 54 46 N.E. Susannah Lowe, late of Hamilton county, deceas.ed. Mr. ACLD comes am6ng as bearing the highest Painting in Water Colors .- ,- .9 0) Arrangement have been made to supply the ta- C fzsrori t ihk Co.,*
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    testimonials character,scholarship,and success ,, Oil -12; 00 witbranlple and excellent fare and f -
    M 5.5 S3 49 good servants 145 Water(street, and corner'Avenue- St! I
    9 JOHN %V. LOWE, in teaching;.find the Trustees have no hesitation Including Instructions in Perspective front N&ture have been'esspioyed to alUnd to the comfort Marks Plate JCew Y and !
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    5774 f -
    10 Administrator.By in commending this institution, under his,direction -: pf.rtesta. ,. - Owners of the eiclustve

    : 63 67 54 .59 W.by S. M. WHIT SMITH, to the patronage of the friends of Education, ><


    12 43 t 160 39 3S N. His Attorney. throughout and the adjoining States. FOE:DAY STtDE-XTS. ,.,- -, respects pleasant to those who majte it their home, makow-of'Salamander rafes combinins both

    13 35 t 67 4 30 ." S. Alligator, Feb. 23, 1852. mar J2-Cra The oKject sought 16 be accomplished by the English Studies and Mathematics 10 00 and respedtt lly'in.vijte a call-from-citizens; who cots, commonly aUed RICH'S files,or*Wjtnx 4'
    N. founders of this institution is to dispense the wee-Inclading the Sdentifi! J Course,., 12 00 wish'permanent Beard'or strangers who may sojourn Salamander bafes,'with RJshfa veBtot">-
    46 mpt
    14 52 62 sings of a sound practical education to all who Latin and Greek,' -i. ., 13 00 ia eu hcepitUeclime 'darinthe 'winter 2 .
    13 I 40 66 54 32 S. V. NassauCounty Tax Collector's Sale. may desire to become its beneficiaries, and to (Payable quarterly,ia advance.) t monthe, 1W;D.VAlID. ;:, 3_ :;:t: ttVI n :

    65 54 45 N. I;y VIRTUE of authority! in me by law vest bring this great boon within the reach of all- A-liberal deduction-will be made for pupils in Jf. B. I have since the rectiom of my House, rateriesR .
    (749 58 45 %V. ed, I.will expose for sale, in Trout of the even the most humble. In the language of a circular the Primary studies. Address. furnished it with a .convenient.BathjEstablUh- Groceries U'lJUSTSECERTED -i

    U Court House door of Nassau tountv, on the firel issued at the commencement of the project, N.-PBltOWN. ment, which,is always ,copiously supplied with, '
    48 5 73 .59 47 Monday of June, 1&2, the fgJ'owiug described "it is our design to educate the ehi1dreir and orphans water and the conveniences for bathing. & MIr&dii
    49 63 54 45 N.byE.. f of Master Masons free of Rererchee slion. necessary ,a foil and well selected as-1
    19 tracts or parcels land situated in said county: indigent charge I shonld.'add'alsothat' house iIa
    ' o 56 59 54 53 aI '4 One tract containing 250 acres,lying near the residence for tuition, and the children of others upon'such'terms WILLAED HALL, Rev. S. K,. Wr\xoop', topping-pIaeefvrtbe Stage my to'and Irom regular west sortment of GKOCEKlES.JuiapUd cxrceasly.
    Rev., COERY CHAMBERS, Copt. -H. B.;KO.VKSWilmiDgton.Dd. ; family nse.consisting in part of; New York cu
    of Mr. John b" prescribed. We to ,
    as appeal an
    Higginbotham, on a may
    1 53 62 55 50 ewump Dr.iliLLEa Village and Middle,loriUa ;being upon one of the principle cured Hants,'Sli uMer and" aeonSrdeMes
    ; Brandywine ,
    called tattle Mills another trnct Fahs enlightened public to assist us in our effort of hu
    lying on -
    s streets leading immediately to the,Western
    81 71 53 V. by S. DeLUer. T Pork; r>Uoa Musket BeefFicied
    22 63 BgrrozuD.ver, Del. Her. and 'SmokeU1
    Swamp, containing 2.>0 acres. These lands are manity.c.ud save nj from failure and defeat-firm "W.
    road. .4. D. W.Jaeksonrflle ; *
    J. E. RockwelL N. Y. Beef Tongue-Smoked tirimt.n'aiKt Beef Bolorni
    describe by surveyors as belonging to Saacher, in the Lefanl confident iu the hope that our Brooklyn, ; Hod.J.Oti- Oct.9, 1851. tf.. ,
    and are sold for taxes duo from 1845. Taxes due appeal -.ill cot be disregard, PHANT, Dr. A. E. Bt;CD, Medford, N.J. Teachws Sausages, Maker'cl, CodSai, Iruh Poiatoes,ut

    JiCKSONYILt.C PRICES CPIIRENT.B the State $15. ijie scholastic! year will- be divided into two -THEO. HrATTrller..THoa., Rtr.Z.A. gar, Lemdn Borton, Soda, and Abernethr Bl)n.

    A. J. SHADDOCK, get > >us of five months each. Tuition for each MANSFIELDrJminoton,Del; L. IUGROWS, K tTAitRIsoN &ii cults; EihOketl Herrfns-bea Butter-.Leaf
    ;poricd: Monthly theRepuWlean by Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector. session,U be paid iaya.ria.bly advance.. Andover, Mass. noT 27,'ol-ly FItONTfNuLEIi. Lard,Catsups;Preserv**HftPkkfes: tW d an.1:
    Meair$ Alcop Ji Bonn.EESU'AX 27-lds ON BAY STREET, ... Green Apples, tri'e4. PcaeUx;a choice wleetioa*

    < Del Cts nov HATES TUITION. GEOUGE II. SMITH & CO., 2 WITH'3'BRICK BUILDING.cJACU.SOKVII.bK FLORIDA.. and asortient'Th&nndersignedwouLl of ,

    fcerlkWrtTER. 18420 Notice. For too, elementary branches, to wit: Beading, AUCTIONEERING AND COMMISSION ; .a.so respcctfullyjnionii:

    PERSONS having any demands against Orthograrliy,Grammar, Arithmetic,etc., per '..: J1E/ZCHANTS. Co-, :respectfully"jnrm. be his hai oldenntomors-anrl. Hand in the-publlo ui 'general'-' ,-that- '
    ALL JACKSONVILLE THEUSUBSCRIBERS a addftfcw M the above. ; ;
    per1b 22&2 estate of Roland Roberts, late of Columbia session, ., 5 00 : FLA. .that they -

    perlbCOFFEE 1321 present them duly authenticated within the time Logic, Ilistorr, Ancient and Modern, HE SUBSCRIBERS hiVo entered'into' coJL business injbep1acen4 are now receiving'and SELECEL ) OQOItDR OODS

    prescribed bylaw, or they will be barred, and all Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, &c.,. partirersbip for the pnepose of carrying on opening at the staid above named, a full:assort of.almost every quality and name.'sftled t1.
    Rioprlb k1I21ptbc persons indebted to said estate are requested to per session, 10 OC the gbe fcusincsjand prepared to1 make meat, consisting of Dry Good Fancy Articles, Jn SOUThIERl.MARLET4 u tinuitfli
    For Language;, Higher Mathematics,, sales either oa consignment or at auction (one of '
    make immediate payment to the undersigned.A. Groceries; Hardware,Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps stock consists of well setected'assorinMni
    a -
    100125 J. T. WRIGHT, Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, Po- the firm being a* auctioneer.) Both of the..firm Bonnets;>&c.&e., with every-vanety of goods of
    CANDLES, Sheriff ex off.administrator. Ltcal Economy, fee., per session, 2000 are well acrjuunted with the merchants and"citizens usually.kept-in a pryCood3 Store. "Which Clothing Staple,,CutierI1ardwarc Dry.and 1ancyood.s,, BeadyMadSt
    Adamantine IbttOUE S3 & 37JT 23d of.(he interior, which gives them the. advantage sale togetb&r with Orec.ci
    per Alligator, February 1832. mar 4-2m they offer for as cheap;as theycan be kerr,Glassware Boors Hats
    andies.
    In point of health, morality, and good order, of making ready salef of any goodo or1 merchandize purchased at any establishment in'the, Southern and v-apiu i
    Genesee bbl 700 we venture'the assertion that the village of Madison which may be sent to them on. coiisignment. 'their entire stdek been S&eryaborteryva4etyfGods nraaur
    per Jacksonville Female Institute. country having selected
    .
    is unsurpassed and unequalled.in the StateJt "- '* '- ; kept in a JDiy Good* Store., u *--* A -"il.
    tCGS, by one of the firm, with much care and attention
    per doz 25 THIS IJf STITI7TIOJT, having been in euc- Board can be obtained in private families on They will give thfeir attention to making'good and with a view particularly to this market, they _All kind,of coiratry prednce.taken in'exehaajfi'
    HIT, operation for more than two years, reasonable terms. A convenient boarding
    per 100 Ibi 1 25 will hereafter be under the joint control of will bo erected by the Trustees at an early period- patronage froio,merchant-, tradesmen of give entire satisfaction to all who,may favor them -'Auth Good* will b ol4 pt>n very rea bnaH1

    HIDES, MISS f>. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW.Mrs. Any further information win be cheerfully given other cities, who wish to'ebU g cds in our market. theirpatronage, both as to the prices! and terms. Customers would do weU.to.faH and-'4Z'l

    per lh -8 MARLOW has lately been connected with by addressing the undersigned.By Any business in their line will bo promptly attended quality of theif goods. -f : amine for thenlselves before purchasing elsewhere,,

    1R.O.V; one of the roOst popular Academic at Greenville, order of the Board of Trustees. t6. : - The, Subscriber* ;jwfll, be P.onstantlyreceiv- he being fully anured that none wm go away.n.r

    per Ib 45223i S. C., and brings with tier the highest testimonials CHARLES RUSSELL, 'GERaitStl1Tl1, lug such additions to their Stock as the state of suited as regards the good*-and'the'prices'asked"'

    LARD, of her Character aria success as a Teacher. SecT Ct o..rV. 3 9EI.N;w. PRICK ". the market thay're9iflre. and having made arrangemeMs for,them., _-,- wuWORKIS.KEIL..- ?
    ptrlb 12k She aluo refers to Col. B. M. PIAESOS and Mr. Madison C. December 13, 1851. jnl-2m Bss'tnccs1-AMgeed. Fernandez, Bisbeet in New York, orders can supplied Corner Ocean it Lay St. >*

    LIME, WM. I). BCTRNHAM, of this placec Co., R Boulter & Co., Samuel Willams Alsop at the shortest possible notice,' .JaeksonilteNov133IS1.. :' .-

    rerbHLUMBER. > Miss SWART tenders tier thanks to her friends Notice. & Hours, Jacksonville; Boston & Gunby, J A La- Hides,.Tallow, Bees wax'and Back Horns, will .,. .

    anfl the public generally for the liberal patronage IIECLASSICAL AND ENGLISH INSTITUTE roche, E M Moore 2c Co., Seaborn .Goodall, Sa be received in exchange for.goods. > _State of F1&tda; Sonth'crii- Clreolt, atou- *
    ner M. It quality 12 fc 14 already received, and rerpectfidly informs them T will open on Monday, 19th ineU, in vannah.. Jan.13, 1S32. tf. Friends and customers are respectfully solicited i'< roe cotiiit v' J '" 4
    .4 '
    2nd do 6&10 that, by the recently formed association with the new Building recently erected by CoL I. D. to call and examine this st6ck before pniehasinz Edwin O. GnynaT8J ) :.t
    '
    3rddo 34 Mrs. Mario, which goes into operation on the Hart;Jacksonville, Fla. The Subscriber has also CLIIGfi BOUSE. elsewhere. :E: L.HARRISON,' .-.- l> ,4' > ,._ -4 -., (ii

    t.IQoaS 4Efluxapergs1 1st of March, an additional number of pupils can procured the services of Madam Des Rochet, ,' ,.- ,P.SANDERSOX, Ann E. Guynn.CuiSCEItV. .> .- .-- u f"

    be received into the institution, to whom a faith in the Female Department, and feels great confidence THE SUBSCRIBER September, ti51, tf. I.PNotice. Bu.r. jy' FOE DvogcniOanzz1L4c
    Gin doWWikty ,
    ful and conscientious discharge of will be .
    duty in various branches
    that her instructions the ,
    30&35 ... .- : -
    da ntI having recently craned ( t. ?
    cheerfully given by both the teachers. of education, including Music, will exerci'e a ? appearing lo the satisfaction of thij Court
    will ;
    MOLASSES, Mrs. MxRlow will devote attention I'j. the above House, would reepectiuiiy i eu, GIX WEEK.Safter-date we apply to the IT T -
    pergil 3&371ILS particular highly satisfactory influence upon the pupils under licit the patronage of the public. There, Judge Probate for Columbia county.for that the-raid bill baa been-filed,'Unduly, due'
    to the French well to the usual
    Department, as as N. F. BROWN
    her tff18-
    charge. are at this time some five to six rooms unoccupied, letters of administration do bouts non oa ees-; proof that the.aid Ann JI. Ouyniitides-out
    perib English studies. Jacksonville. Jan. 22, S32.-3t.. Principal. several of the same with fire Iaces. The House tate of Fernando. E. Lowe, deceased this State, to wit: at Spanish-

    ; !L. Thins per yvarter of eleven weekt. is within one hundred andi1ftyyarjs of the Post EL1ZABETHTAYLOR Bahama l. hnaJ i His ordered thai tke' saidAn

    ermpergal li.123Linee4.lo Orthography, reading, writing, and Notice. Office and wharves. The-undersigned is.Agent 1 -JOHN J. TAYLOR.By.W.il.DTES. E.-Oiaynn-appearand plead,'answer, or defendagaiiist /
    112j125Pzovisoxs arithmetic------- s-I 00 for Cert. Scott's four horse Coach' and two bores" ? said bill; oa or Warfthe'firrfUloaday U .t

    J Grammar, geography, and history, 5 00 SIX MONTHS After date I will present the ac Hack Mail tines,both leaving for Ocala semi-week Dee.- 2M,185ll : : Their Attorney. November next.' In default of which stIappe&the '*
    Mess Pork per bbl 20 The higher branches of the English of vouchers of William teott,.deceas ly. For further particulars apply at the offices of" ancei said bill willjie taken prcossfrzzoaginst'bert / *

    ; Prime do do education, -600 ed, Administrator of the Estate of Hickman the Jacksonville Republican and News. i NOTICE: provided that a.copy.oif,,this order blished pubr

    Mess Beef do Extra charges for instruction in the French King, deceased,to the IIou.Judge of Probates ASKEW. A LL PERSONS' are hereby .cautioned t in some public newspaper of, this State tor..,,
    Hams per Ib f. Itngugeand drawing. Alachua county,and to be discharged from further Palatka, January 8,1S52. tf. LL againsttrading- certain promissory the apace of administration of-said estate. ia Noveber.orpovidedta.ifs.eopyof'said
    Side do The musical department of this Institution, it ;s note made by thq ,undersigned on or about the
    I2 W. W. SCOTT,Admr of the Bin,and -of this orceebalI! bej wrsonaDy userve'dti
    Shoulders do Sale 6f JLotsON >'' j
    POTATOES under the charge of Mrs. BBTAM, an accomplished Estate of Wm. Scott,deceased. -> 20th day of October, 1851, to Simeon.3, Tyler-or ponor delivered to her,then he.i*hcmkj tt

    1 Co performer on the Harp, Piano Forte, and Gui By SMITH & O'BRIEX, his Ally's, the the first Monday March will bo',of- bearer, for the sum of three hundred and seventy-' ordered to 'arpcar 'and plead, answer -or defend
    Sweet
    Irish perbns do tar. Pupil from the country,can be accommodated ewnnusvilie.Spt. 8.1851. H.-Cm. at public sale on-the premises, a number five dollars, payable six months after date. The against said bills en the fine elite day1 after .thre4'
    with board, in respectable families, from of eligible building" and ptrdea l lots, in LA consideration-for which aid note was given has months after the said remee. delivery; in 'd-1 &

    POtLTViy.Ckickens. J218 $12 to $15 per month. Notice.rWUIEUNDERSIGNED VILLA,within ajnile of the Market1 wharf, Jack failed, and I will not pay it unless compelled by fault whereof, the;suid bill will-be taken pre'qoa

    160125pertb Feb. 2GtfPelthi sonville,' Fla.,'and along the route of the contemplated law.. GEORGE JOHNS, Sr. feoo igainit her atilart mcptIousdrnIedayp tJO8
    : Turkeys having formed a CoJL Plank tload.-Ako Brick Yard with its Jacksonville? FIaJeb4tL1S52-.n, .. -'- -' : B LAASTIR, ,
    iE, Tea Company Warehouses, partnership for the Practice ef Medicine, fixtures. ** --'Ju-dge.-Sonthera Clrtait-,' >
    4teSI11VGLES.
    70 and 77 Fulton st., K ew York. 're pectfuly offer their professional services to the -TEni-redits willbo, allowed proportioned 'N tice.' : -.,i ;State-of Florida 51tt

    kiit. .THE PEKIN TEA COMPANY has citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity. to the amounts purchased j Bonds given for indispiftablo SIX*month after date -wfll present1 my ae Key .titest', April 3. ISSL.t r,JT r> mn I'the
    per ct been established and has J.S.MUilDOUKM.D. jtitleswb.oi_ payments are made. as Administrator of the Estate of Wm.
    always maintained many a high years reputation, 11. P. DANIEL,JM. D. : I JOS* S. BAKER. Johnsaq,deceased, to the Hon. Judge of Probate :I QERTJET.-the above f>.%e i. t'rafe c pjr"rrotf'*?

    'perlb. for Teas of the most delicious character Office on Ibo'corner directly North the Bnfflng- Feb. 5,1352. ', 3 \ < M- for Columbia co'unty, and ask for a final settlement original now. on file in,fair offiae v,. -- > 3'cdj.

    which have in son Houses and allowance of the same, and of my discharge .-M.BRACEWEI.IVT. if :
    and at '
    eOO400 and fragrancy, prices every .
    3m. Clerk iLC.C.'
    Oct. 30.1331.. iU'lcInstitute. Ertate.ttf -- -
    said ih
    .Jckonii11 the administration of
    s.tcir instance given satisfaction. The Teas are war ; from K.cy 4 tVeit rt "
    610 ranted pore, and may be returned if they 'do not fbrth l t 'GREE.M.JOHNSON. *> ,
    TaBACIb The Teas Mechanics and Builders. I REV.'L W4RT, & Principal. Adiiuistrator.tfliatorTaa.818$2. .
    : prove to be as they are represented. Notice to -? p -j --- ,- .' ;
    -
    Man4lacl4r4dj> rlb 25501ST old by this Company are done op in 1-1 Ib., 12Ib. direction of'the Board of County CommUmS RaTtes fTziltlon ; ,_-_ 6m._ .

    TALLOW, ., and 1 Ib. packages, making it convenient 5 gionernof Darn county,! hereby give. no- rraphy, Reading, Defining, Arithmetic, ") aNotice.. t 'ri Caithpilty rcf t <|ip x* bjr Ur.l A*
    ._ Ib for country merchants to have a Treat( variety Con tractors,that and Penmanship,per quarter of eleven BY
    per to Mechanics, Builders,and iajf04t oft the, Covrt
    tice xpos4foiale
    tmall of Hotel ? : Ut SIOXTHS fetter date I shall present my ae- -s
    with oitlay capital. keepersmay Board until weeks, > $400
    the said SEi first Moa-4'
    will be received by House doorof Cofambia'CponU.'catLe
    1 oyLETTERS remainuifin the 1 ; always be certain of having on their table a' Proposals Geography, Grammar, HUtorv, Compo.aitEon'LIocutionandBool -. c1- I anti ybuchors as Administrator of m
    of next for building 'a new
    April waece-
    the first day day<>| *pe. ,
    of
    of Tea which Teas of which do'i 0 00 the Estate of :John G.Ziriax/doccawd. lajte.:
    Office at Jacksonville Fla, February 16, uniform character ; brick for Keeping, < ..KSuwannee
    COURT HOUSE, either of wood or Hon. 5f Probate of or parceliof Iand iuated1n soiil eoabty on the
    to the Judge <
    done in three Blithe- Monroe county,
    ItQ2. there U a large voriety, are vp Higher,branches of fcn.Englih, -
    The inside is of lead the second water Duval.county at Jacksonville. do .* -i 600Th6 Monroe county, and shall at same' time apply to river,near, Livingston lierry-on taid'Ks'
    A Kennaday: Lewis wrapper most mdtical: and Scicutifio course, -
    be stories high,and 400 owned
    two Amoi
    The i to 'Admmistra-1 rirerrotaining acres by BiiT
    ,
    building ? froffl-saiS -
    '
    and the outside Chinese rice do -- tlO 00 O.hICOrt far A discharge *
    Aibitr liii It KtDy Patrick proof paper, paper. contain at least one large,and suitable rooia-.in Ancient Languages, -- ncy beirs.'for taxes due the State and county
    ,
    Institution 'willrecodmince lion of said citato ::1 t "t-1"*' -
    the above ;
    .
    AdtfiiOn A King Charles : C -iTho exercises ot 90.f
    G ,
    the story for, & CourtRoom; .thZeO Jury take-no- for the year 1851. Slate tutl coun'rtax-$9
    -ueouinterestedaredsIredto
    sale at the New York prices, for Ash, by upper Feb. 9 1852. "
    Allen Ijorenxa Klodea lihara J For Rooms, and three offices, with chimneys and fireplaces ip '" '- SMITH,Adntr. .- -i-A TVRIGH"It
    UlCH01lS |
    MAYER Lice; ;
    JOHN A. :
    Alien Alexander Kelly George 2 the Agent,. abd to both fitorlest, ,jTheproposaU are,to be Fob. 5.It. w .Key Wist, NOT/13.-1S51. 6m.-fi Sheriff Ex officioTa C>iCt Lta
    L 15roghtonB au f <
    B accompanied by plans and .epeoaflcistiona,,for the Alligator, Dee.13, 1831. ,dedS-td.

    Byra Edmund Lycnrgus George Feb:2G-tt : :i. : .. selection of the Board. <, .. < E.S.DARGAN, ',,. I Notice. .
    Baohen James 11 Lombard Joseph Proposals are Invited bra building made- of 'DENTIST, y- .; :Tbe UnItedStit all'o
    Benet George Loflen VVDey, *. f entire new materials,and also for one intO which j ,., r 5'4 ,- '- -** IXMONTIl3fterdat81ii nndorslgnej'admiaistratoB -
    Beekham ; COLUMBIA, sorrii CAnOLHA,)tt S" rTh nHi*:JonesJdeoeasla ,
    1 H ioI 4f1theE44
    existing ,Court De
    under tho
    heretofore material of .olti uso mar
    nnllE copartnership the '
    '
    and acpuaiptan c ot\ Slate of Florida PilaUta Monday morDinxf atil o'dock .*
    B Mir Mrs his iepdi orAThc1u cpunty; every
    MeArthur :
    rney JL the name and style of GOBDIX & %cat-is worked, as Car u it will go i all new materials to INFORMS visit before Ant-ermedistJ1ad.i433, '
    Bowie Eustace Mason Timethy N this day dissolved by mutual consent,owing to the be furnished b'y the contractor..! .--. .-. .3 f will make a.professional ,will exhibit his accou tn4 vouchers Enterprise, MellonviUev, and. ;
    O MeLellJotm ill health of Mr.Webb. '- Proposals will also: be received for the tearing to the State about the55th of Januaryircmaid the Honorable Jdgerpf.P10b84far.4i4'county; ings, harfngexceneutacconimQdationjfirpa'. e rjgewand
    CsekVmA MillerJohnB All demands against said firm, as well as an down and removal of the old building,and for the one 'monlSWiUi: visits JacksonvoQe, aad pray$for a final settlomentand discharge from eonneetfngtach way with'tb t'avaaji,,'
    'Boats1.'"For
    Caaora SajoraCwtitU Maples Nathaniel dues to it, will be settled by M. H. Goddin, Contractor purchase of the same without the lot,and also for Ocala, and the adjoining counties Ueh Is may thosaidestate. -- ITuitedSlates M ail freight'* 'v 'itit'
    Thomas T .Marshal John G 2 who will continue to the Of the lot with the building thereon, desire nis services. an btsiuthem by0Hotifytng :' WI.jLWAB.D, ,Adusr passagoapp1ydabo.rdi3-
    Btidtrt carry
    pn purchase .
    ;t -
    .. Ocala that point, L.11. ROSIGNOLt
    ,
    Coheo Moore Colmaa A the business heretofore; I including the Court House:Jail,&c.'T,The propo- him by jtet &lo ,or meeMrin -1'i -
    Cary John S Miller WmL 2 M HJ. GODDIN i sail are to'ne deposited with the Judge of Probate or any other desigoated. ofpracUble- ocess.t >ta ? : 1 a&t'c: :' :- PNo.271S5t. .

    CaldwettWK MaysSS .B. WEBB.>- of the county. : j :. .* : Jan. 15-22.*1852.-4t. .j typ J ,. tt- .' 0 tLa'.TI
    f-
    CroiierJohnAPttkson More Ju W 2 Jacksonvnie.Feb. 1Z 1852. 213tDISSOHTTIO Bv order of the Board aV 7V: Notice. \
    4. 4tiT
    ''D P FELIX'LIVINGSTON,. 7 .SELLING :OFF.!' '. iXMQ THS'aftcr date twin-present my ae- -.; N I

    1zers, .PaUenoa John 3BY Judge of Probate,'&e', and Ex-Officio t Prices v 1;, MuntastheAdministrat4Mr-, the Estald-of t OTICE t nerVby''giivcn thi ,
    Perky Mn Sarah F CollectorVSalei President of,the U srd. Winter Stock sxt Ileducctl ,Io.shua,1ipgs.n5 decesse&te thH*>n Jnlg8 of L reripttort fcfStock'in the Florida ALIi -

    EluabethoomUWm Pratt Henry PQ VIRTUE of the'power vested in tte by Saeotfflecb9Iln. 1FOR.'C4SThONLY jsobate forPoIumbia county.Mduklbtnual ,and UenIrThI Railroda wilF1' op.ed M .'
    .' '. for sale bclore the Court sxLI Iv LiltI allowance.fztb&&me,and of my- -.
    I shall expose :i .et1emeflI JackSnriMa the. offico f 3. Wk Bfvantv K '
    bupt&U QdlnUjr Mostl'Ramsay S House door in the town .ofi'slaLka, county of Astonisliingliitellisehce! tr: di4charge from the 4njnieti&ion 1ST1IE of HOGANS.vtT said egg. : ( on the rot< .1VHA-S.SfiSiMW t4s*
    September1352, I. ..
    Ryoa : John MFNem&ii1aiu. Putnam,on the 2rst Monday in de- The 'Cash System Adopted 'infornrihe CiUseM ofi -,. S .. Administrator. M *.V.M. REEUj. J MU>W* *
    Wai'- between the legal hours of tale, the following IfirrOULD respectfully ,.. --1' s e -
    RvnelJohn eribed property 010 much thereof ar wtfl:pay 1' l TtheW' RbCERY-and ROVlSlONJL i TV Jacksonville and the TlchtUr!thar1.< ;ta ;AluO4JJst1; JknIeFeb,5j-t i 7 J-------: r-i: TT

    G Robert E the Stale and county Taxer''due thereon for the STORE, of the Subscriber, in the city of now Mlling,4>ff biapresei>V tock -
    00r4n Jebi Jlairllni Eebert < i more or lees of at wceedin-ly prices toinake ;: ;- Notice. :' : t-Th >- :i
    I wit 16,000 sem Jacksonville' >"* '' ** Dry Good* ; ::; OtjCCVd$ .
    timei frd 3 W 'of *-Summer St&tntd In such eases -I -
    Henr/y ; SadVitaateying. andbeio* in tfeetion room for* fresh supply CSpringrM 37rniIN terms
    'Urge : ; ; ..orliorwitU..Boiird&
    and my" t 7'ffflll'Subscrib wi1ao.5vs
    jusi received opened .
    SWIIsSJM SecbonST of'lownabipILSJ conaisU in part nf' o the
    fctock vidoIWU1svpl7
    a. TewnsbJp 10. fi-i of Kange 2o, Ej HAViNti of Good selected'with Godsiiis present / Wmado snd pr HURoomsshaUbe orib1s
    Stock ;
    St.vztJiC1 Section eclaMerinnos,Cssii1IOTtt"D'Lb.Ijies1tAipsocWbLte& theCireniVckirtkt beE tern '
    Eng'ish of
    2hi1w aid Kange25EIid to tbideman&s'cf this,Market md CoI'd Flannels, Cot- flon-Jsdge feTAir the land be- nil Table aoaH b*inferior to1 ndnefof the .tow*.. i f
    lWLB.wliu1gEt2.St.TW 88 of Township 10, alkl Range 26f E, aed express jfe tbc1thefl'Of'ttht5pLace ; Vjrcui.ofaoridi*j for Have sto .Ihe einiforr 4hItlVlSptrO44511 '
    and erery.atteatioo
    } 28 E. I t&k.p1easurs infoesniog Ca1iooesOoI'dmS1k Estate. f Wffliam'tiooUlaU xTu.
    Section 3S. otTowninip t IB 4 and flange {' touThnnelsFarniIu5O longing to the G1LSMIT1La
    that ,:
    nowrcadyforJ10at
    they are
    surrounding country; f j
    R&ii and t '
    R.& I1Ichsl B SUnOaaa1 Dan TSalUranTim" aajd Land being returned! as the,property of Be.b.rtMeUardicti7 .- remarkably low rates for VASU -agirenc; -Coigounty'deceaaed. SCOT)4rB.SmTR&O'B1tENi fc tu t< atvr t -L:
    .7 1e'L
    enumeration ofbe multitudinous 1IZ-tI' 'BL Ukees&e'S V .(. -ritUtlF : -
    An :
    HIZtM I srte' ; -
    ,Cui.s. onI UAKWMAJ* CraysW3OMM : ; :- 'u *a Ceerg.o Btowart JJfrtA'A; Tax Aa'r t CoJl'r, Putnam ouu't7; rf: cbs with y.hieh my Store Is auppliod that I have tf% fl11.l'l t( *-\L4 34it t1<** Hi$ Atoraiy'$ -
    1 ie It-to every- bouuterpariaI.Embjoidore4
    ;
    say
    J.b. T unneCeSS& Sh&wsn&Scarf.WbUe AWg&oTv&t.. 6, 1251.$1tt.- -
    kWboui 1twy TnM WIA HThema thins (sivd'' ) )WoritedliosIerY I_ I -
    zi AiXU>3. -- ---.- t_.,.&_, l,,_ .i*% fbie thneWiflPfl
    g.tan Daniel Roland rdy1applies. Silk % $
    Hewn Dexter Travert Toaey The steamer THORN will ;c eisenill1 ,yIjob 19, 18r2.-tf. ""' 'I Otrtii Itt'irif0oig rIIE 2JqUUteV.f IsbdU

    HdTG. TowwendJ. v* JackTOnvllle ievery ,-.------- : ? I 1 $ i_. .lnstttteufl e uzaeoe.cc the Jt Monday *!Q14 wss kabDIt --
    .V *8 fcr Entfrwiso ,. .* wanted ; feradmijsion,ihe am* ,
    ortliTg'it a. m. !,-. v ; ; :: %nJnum5314TenflI nanu.Tb, *qtihosnbW -
    2Eir touclIZ's.tPicolat& *k i P"1 ii : m., aadloaw 3mATio a e r Li bive been that tie work wiD-b4mannei. t

    Hosit Mii PW W j'iIatk'fOd1 at S u. m irty. .&i.nt.prt ,: A, sAd La4yrrbotl M QI wbon :raJ qriDe.25,1SS1. : : --. Also,Twine,CorLiis.ta.. Aihir c a'- ,
    4* Msrth& Way Smith H at CT bdoi TU7.lO p. m Lesve saue day nd -:-'- -'- ; ; : : tot >na o twt fi 5* ;

    1. }Rst5 'Wu4Gorg It 1 in. for '- ,.rrllnr ther W dneay, gisisbytdtth vantage-ot$ In the business, 71 SoBoI3ye
    islnisoIId&4lIa
    WardJobmJuJ iflsiacto-ry'referene..M biiiy. -
    I
    -
    :. t 1WsetCW' tnon1 ssss dawa: : sudau feto A female Jaesdersiy In some' l1nndnhigIsi1.elAtoflieyp inW:iuild.by:1utasioeseeIid IZ d3

    Whitney JethamS pesigerl landed it any$! $ *tbe rIe qualification thri ,&e.of.,7lo4awduId.; be preferred, -l&e,d&toberofI...ba1ESNIIfidther ( Smi1h: : *Gb4t4 *i& .9f .
    iitcouqtyTrtetteTh PiN
    ir -' f 1 but, IZthii ttanno be LtIbe IPZZPHXWIO1I4I! : or AdmInIstratIon on the estate 'will*tt d.toli roHwmTflrru ni.aM.ed i) t4iifl 4

    ijij1or : : .. $pprvcuwjngyeaseist41b& : Uk .etjWm; 'IWtLI' J'BRIEN, L
    ttm U the abort Ifet rQeautjIcksaTI1l ; ? iI 1- '
    *m 'tItbriVetOr for.toieg Jiinaryl2i852. feb 5-4t THIS OFFICE.
    Mj j, rt udvtrtittd.vrQxj nay not ( _4
    raft!. *hI WY offev ir Oct.
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    " I 1 I. '' ebt11thth'ere 'eonvnlsidinouiftams is your Father in Heaven. :The word Tc I tssf.LetuPid..gvbetWR the ;State*,.mud taj and O"from In 'r ur .;tl.LJ UJ$ : : Mr;Poinsett Thia-win, inform'' yott ''thai for ..i .1',: .,J j 9.DIC-ALS,,;:

    .U1 t .;. rtdecj- tnd life) rgbosU:from .Hkdfcs-broke rendered "perfecf1,.means r7omplete jn it llalt,,, and after the 30Ui. Jane. .> 'IeTera1.eara 1 have suffered meek:at..differenttimesfrom \ S ., ,'qIW.f.19Jl 'Q.v J)1t.

    . aw, :. loose; wildly asking if'lilaay'b, arrived primary.. tion. /I83I *f', S r" '. .i'THE lOS T CBRT INw4ND.'i"S.AFE': : Chronic Diarrh a.-' ,I bey.trIicy'rt ..t ; :tf' -
    a : 1"'ti114
    : ''41 .tc.,This Ijjnote merely from memory. Now, her; uprightness, i innocence, ete.when ap- joT c'etainjt/ trtn'maniiacrlpt/or: -."pp M.E1JY: O .t.r I.CU ,9! ', and Indian have Loiecnstrond no reason to doubt"received Its being permanent., 80..'t" *;"mnai4.i..tsa'n .e S ill ,"

    ' .1 ilB. .;. !suppose,instead ol Jupiter,,should**y"Atnou hp man'. '(See Genius:) But it is untrue of any' kind 'upon'-which information' CHRONIC, I RH Bettering to bo,a,dnty which I'owe tothe ofBictedVCpnsoot "t :8lri11 New ,"r

    ' ) 'I' 4 eiboolc its awfel'' head"and1m1uCe1 that man the truth that is a akedoroonnnunlc&tedlfl *rriting;a b7'in&rkar in .." ." ....,. IDJ. ..flo ._ '_ yon this certifleole, which yoncannseoa. tJ"ON1'.JNUE.So.PDbli lb S "e loar'a .
    ;iI. : 'all'this commotion",What would* N, the i ia his On 'pe contrary, give him aright o signs aent by moil,the.rates metiond the A.D'1t .'. "'jousthink,proper.wiJlTalJttSsy, Mapiine Quartek bi a4ditson Review to Whiel, :sa4 B
    bear table shall charged and for ; t
    : i; ,% :;: ,'<8ectt.. 'Bidieuloo :would be saMTnaueatinriy ; will find it more b: fraction j of,.aa.ounce every,above .Xn* S DYSENTERY'' -..aWbich' that in conversing with many who have used four Iy tcImmeDeeci th.blie&t1aD of e ba t

    'f:: ;. : ; *o. Well,:then, what will save natural t leak''n'andl:titan to deceive.: .!al.'oucw lii.this table, an'additional aingle : oen.medicine,t.l- have' 'not found c ..one' who, .:dId'not_ ,rf' cultural work eaiW th ., "aiit 1 It'Apt

    i tl ,I 'this passage'from the ridKakmsand place It Mv I twill .bear: testimouywhen rate I t be charged has'ever been p csenttothe i public.It 1 ,* : JOHN'a.LEt- d, i I 2Earmn" Luidt-fo &mtiJk cma-PirrrttntZ

    i ij l \ with xb .s Hnne. Our ;anthy'.answere I I : theword in the : I stands upon its own 'meritsandneeJ&ouffing. Pastor Methodist Church{Jockaonyiua |! Agn'cull," 91
    !
    I !!f$" : A. tbiitjoestion ty telling _s that, it 13. !x>dge llay1t Fraternity'( utere,convey .7f: ,. "., .I: p ._ .Jtlx: HAS HOT FAiuafxo. CCRE, ( ;;Jacksonville,Dee4'4th 18S1. B11hnT oqthor!ofth SriWtPM;"Bo*of,' Pj tUnrmjffSSm R. SI.
    ! ; % himself in the I 'J I ; IN A CIKOLE I5STANCL-' S
    . '.rny1ortheesAIop1ace their> naked meaning! {for truth, like humily .' I '. Dr. E. Poinsett-Dear 6irt-Threepartaiof-; *. gjedbyJ.ohnP.; 1on. M. J&, & *
    \ .< -i ii it situation; of the writer:fthat is, if it means i ,-love must flow naturally: re- .' ('. .. ', I 0; '. r IvflS i Valuable' preparation.''ia.com nded Bottle of your most'valuable medicine colled.Indian -, '. 8cie t1.Ao Agricultur J N .iW,,

    ) .' ; t any thing, it means that'Jupiter can do this. quire et., atmosphere to drw tty '4 'u: .!i.' it., ","":''.' ::, ,",-. ,_I,.: i "e. s _MS from Florida.several medicinal roots growing in .theWilds Loxecust halent. relieved m* eta severe' lege. ltc.-fec. I __ ., Jq.1XAJe, '
    of ItIIP1,1ULy"and
    WHOLIT
    E t" 'S : 8 attack-ot:DiarrnoeAv I recommend 1higM7va1Jabhlarge !
    1. : Nowlet o. attend to the, operation the forth; bntassoon'astbeMason'1eaYe5the; i ,n ,< ., C nd for the cheerfully' work 'iU !
    '; ; Vegetable; designed ESTKCUU.X cure u.
    . !; :Ii 1i your medicine to those similarly afflicted.; royal octovMrrwiUi TO)1I1IIe"
    .:mnd,while? reading this, passage.. First, Lodge, be is noJonger.Mason: in this re- t 0 6 f 'ot the above disease. '.The Inventor'and Propritor With respect.oarrAo:' :.. : 18 or t2D bl'-n.lq

    *Ithoujr> phenomenon lias.been already Ipet; he is: :an' .entirely different person. 'O. .' D 8 C e ia fully convinced that it ia an' InvaluableS .THADf:C, :.uUV.? '. ana more than 600 engravings splendid, steel &.
    .
    Ii' z Medicine., In fact the test;that'lie S S SArnERIOLPtANDFQ I : ; on wo, ,
    & glvea.1t
    F, f kneed at to a limited extent, as a prefatory Why this is the case may be explained thus: S highestatyJeofthVort, Wllltrat J'&lIa":
    town which he ast.nsiting *
    ID I the in resides and too
    remark that the soul of is endowed because of the moral that reigns S BEIG N, mplemenT-of hnstandry
    say. man atmosphere WHEW PKKPAID. CU. Cta. Cta. Cta. I success with which it has met,warrants : fa:11M bl ..
    JI -' ';wilh many faculties, exhibiting .themselves in the Lge.. It no dierence. The Weighing i os. or being him> in saying that it,ia a POSITIVE CURE. ;[ : / :AGENCY, ,, '*.* S... farmers the best Ac.method Sue otploulJ tJlaDlIr.

    ffl: C through toe organization the body. In ting .nd scullion of kitcen feel single rates. .: uder.. 3 6 10 15 He boa therefore come to the determination to S CITY O9 WASHUfOTOisr hazvesting. ,In;their ;zhest 'h "adoU'm \ .
    : ; :the language of the Bible, they exist ill the like, and fraternity a> Oven,) os. and not over 1 Ol;'.( 6 12 20 SO place it within the reach of all knowing how many TTNDER R'i1u : Pictorial feature of the boot et1oa.t fa J"'rttOh
    tUI7quence. ,45, direction of AARON HAIGHT fa,,
    Over 1 : 1 9
    "- necsry 01 and not over Jo* a suffer with thia very unpleasant and often dangerous tIIUq'ler&DcI..m
    : Creative ,1 rendef'lI Of
    vimageandiilenatofthe Omnipotent Truthfulness ,( are Over 1 i os. and not over 2 01'12' 4 6 Disease particularly tho Southern.and 9J PALMER of New York and-WORTHINGTON Incalctu1aiegticultuki. I ; .
    2 fi
    .4 S "fovetn. Benevolence, cause and,effect, justice two of the prominent rules of the institution. Ovr 2 os. and Dot'over 2i 01. l Western States. GARRETTSON RNETHEN of New

    : ; "* ; etc., exist in the likeness of the Creator; !, striking example of this. fraternity may WHES UNPAID." Ii 'S In purchasing my ."Indian .Losee." !".be Orleans Attorneys and 'Oonnsellors. ,'of' -the Su The.,or ; is being priliaied bt SerfiwCa,

    :,:14. : .. ,therefore, we are the offspring of the Om.nipotent be seen in the anecdote told of Frederick of Dingle rate,&above. .';. 5 10 10 15 particular and look for. .my'writ/en-signature'on preme This Court establishment of the United ia tales. '' vf&Of1'engravings,6&e.and is each sold at"dw 35 wnS
    formed the
    Powers exerted in creation. Over i 01. and not:over 1 os. 10 20 the label. 'S If for following cento
    our was said that b'e'w the most .2 3 for IhA-entire workin VT
    nurbers *
    i ibjcctar wb4
    1 r- Ilence man is called the Son of God." arbitry Prsia.I of his day., He used tJ say Over Over li 1 01. and and not not over n 2 01.01. IIi, 3 0 4; I refer from the among public many below received to a few from certificates respecta-selected S 1.; For practicing law in'the Supreme* Court of will be.t least twentr.two.- ,. -,;> 1\t S'
    ox. over
    i) The word lee* in Hebrew signifies both a that he wanted no other virtue in his soldier Over 2. o. and not over 2} 01. ) 4 5 4 6 ble citizens of Jacksonville. the United States, and: conducting professional follows The viII British *nodicaJa r.1Itdi heiJ .ii

    :. ; ;ioo and sprout of a tree. but blind obedience. Yet he was one of the 2 EGBERT POINSETT.; business before Congress. London t '
    The
    t art after the 30th June 1851, the 2.,For the prosecution and recovery of all claims Quarterly Review Conin .tS
    NOT-Frm
    II. Again, f remark that the soul is endowed most enthusiastic of Masons. Whils in the mode computing the rates.upon inland letters P. Planters should not be without this valuable in law or equity,against the United States before The Etoburg Riview, (WhigrTh.f Il)

    1 With! many faculties, and these faculties are Ldge on one occasion, one of slier -I.0. letters from one office within the United Medicine Every family ought to S keep it Congress or the j executive Department, or British Review, (Free Chureh,) The W tt

    necessarily excited whenever a sees for admittance, and when Stats or Territories to another, and also upon on hand.' against foreign Governments before Boards of Iter Review. (Liberal) aDd DJaeJnrtod'. Etii
    ,
    person mittee of examination reported that he between the United States and the British A.'M. REED principal Agent for Jackson. Commissioners.. burgh .l\1a.ralme. (TorJ.) .} .:
    S. an object x>r speaks. It be aid that -
    may ville. 8. For the Although these works
    North American to be settlement accounts with the are 'distingsisi 11 .
    rolow. t
    they constitute the of the mind was a higher than Frederick, this rvinci a politicalehade.abon ,>
    alphabet orS Man wit< Single rate, if exceeding onc; State, TrelUUlVaT'Navy., Post Office and indic.ted'I' 1ID&'a'maD
    S kaleidoscope which forms different naturally man said to the soldier double if notexceeding JACKSONVILLE 6th 1851. Interior Departments portion tot heir co tents
    : a de- arbitrary rate, exceeding a ounce blt May and obtaining th*'remission .. **:devoted w PolitI
    :.';" ,ai ijcna when'moved. For instance, an individual 'Take this Chair, brother; you are my mas- an ounce; treble r.I exceeding& This ia to certify it ia with much pleasure that I of fines,penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged: I1Ibje% ,It, u their character w1rleta S
    S : meets a poor (person who asks him ter." Here, then, we find the law of operating ounce, but not exceeding OW and a h ; announce to the Public that I have been effectually violations ,ot., tho-revenue, post office., or .other gives them their chief Talwf and 1m thstthiy 1
    and so on charging rate for cured of the taw. S: rtan4 Confessedly far above au other'joW'uis
    a called If
    ; and evr distressing complaint Dyt- S
    t for help. The faculty moved will be being operated upon exemplified their
    clagfc'
    caution For
    additional half ounce or fraction of half the 4. secnru* letters patent for inventions Biadaeood,still UDder. -th. .
    ounc. entery highly recommended of. '
    by
    : for fear be may be an imposter. But in'al the potency of its operaion. The mode of computing rates upon to Mr. E:Poinsett. .I had resorted to mans remedy thing*,. from the United;Stotea or from foreign Govern guidance Of'Christohe*North, JACAlBj)m .
    : in fixing the eye upon him and bearing his then, I ask again, consists Great Britain, and to all other lorlg countries, but of no avail I was induced to try his very meats, and procuring land warrants and pensions cieot celebrity, and fa, at thitf time. aixaa.fly'gt.
    .' -voice, the corresponding organs are excited, the difference in the character of a person in th. British North American excepted; palatable and pleasant Medicine and to my great under the various pension laws-of the United tractive from the serial works of Bnhrer '.
    will remain .at present,under the act of 3d satisfaction cured within few States. ,r\ er literary notable,, writtenr that Msgeth
    and produce another efFect viz the the Lodge and out of it ? How can he help was completely a S
    : organ ,March, and to instructions 5. For collections and first appearing in,its
    appended generally, embracing debts eoIlllIIU..boQ'm-
    n. agreeably days, and have not been troubled since with that G
    : himself A Mason in the i ia
    ; of benevolence, compassion, acquisitiveness, Lodge operated t foreign plties.DRECINS. so much dreaded disease.I legacies and inheritances in the United States. I Britain and in the United States. Such worW.t
    .. : sense of justice to Ins creditors self-esteem, upon by atmosphere of the society am happy to say other immediate cures have and foreign countries. 5 "The Caxlons"and".M New N0Ibetbby
    a etc., all to the extent that their respective When he once more mixes with the word 1st. come under my own observation within a few 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any,of r Buiwer') ",Iy Peninsular Medal'!:) '. Gee

    5, : ,develojtements will admit of; and they pro he is operated upon by antagonistic an ounce Every in weight,or prel. exceeding ha: !' days. I cheerfully add my mite to the already the States or Territories of the Union and loan. Hand editions nd other issued aeiaIs, of"hieh D1ImfIrVIIIl\n1'
    ing are the
    amount of with to moneys mortgage,of real estate lying, by leading pnttUharrni
    jles. Truth therefore make im great testimony regard yourValuable
    duce the law, viz: that the excitement shall can no or rte. therein. S this country haveCto be reprinted''1111 thoM
    I
    Medicine. am, r paW
    not be allayed until he (lap' five, ten, fifteen I session iu such a state, because he is pre. 2d. All drop-letters, or letters placed in any IEIkN, Jr. 7. For investment of funds in trr t d.' s Wand Ushers from the pages of Bjoekwood, afUritln
    rented from it out iu field of office, not for transmission, but for deliver State stocks and loans collection been inutd by lUt,..ftrotf Co
    dollars, &c.,as the case may be. The objector carrying a ,ac pst To E. Poinsett,Esq. of tM divi* ff to hat..
    his charity may add that he has a wife lion based upon the principle of Let everyone ; cent, shall each.be charged with postage at the rt denda thereon, and generally for the1 transaction scribers to the Reprint of that Magazine nay always

    who is sick and helpless, and a child which I take care of himself.: And thus man one 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compnM Dear Sir : I consider JACKSONVILLE it to bo a May matter 21,of 1851. of banking all business agency., pertaining to a law oj';loon, and. I fascinating rely on tales.having'.-the ear/tn/freoding- S of, thaw 4TERMSiper
    duty
    a is paralyzed The organ of conjugal love, in spite of himsel is obliged to follow in pI I tion for the last preceding fiscal year( to inform yon that I had been laboring under avery All communications addressed, postpaid, tor annum. >

    as well as that of love of children, are excited the ha created. For instance 30th June) did not exceed$200,may send through violent attack of Diarrhoea,which baffled the Messrs. Palmer Snethen. American and For For any one of the four Reviews, Pit

    and another teu dollars are added to I IS a gentleman of South Carolina not the mail through all letters'the mail written all written by himself communications, and receive ekill of two Physicians and rendered me nnabld eign Agency city of Wasb'ngton will receive. For any two do a ft 09
    wrote and cul to do any work. But fortunately, when about to prompt and faithful attention. For any three doFofall *"$>
    those already given. Upon seeing a chair long ago lecturedagainst.the addressed to himself,on his private butineti,which all of VALMER& StfETHEN four'of the Reviews i8
    relief 1 ,
    give hope ever obtaining heard I
    for the first tivation of the classics. Yet he bad at the shall not exceed in half free of up
    the weight one ounte,
    time, organs of size, color, ot your "INDIAN LOXECUST and the use Office No.5 Carroll Place, Capitol HOI. Foe Blackwo/xl's Magazine; s.
    &c. will be excited. All these, resolving same time a son in college. How inconsistent postage. This does not authorize them to frank of five Bottles has entirely restored me to health. Jo'yS. lowtf. For Blackwood and three Reviews_ .Q|
    S themselves into memories, are stored in the it may be said. Not at all. He was any letters unless written by themselves, and on 1 take much pleasure to recommend your Medicineto ; For Blackwood and the four Reviews, ". 10 0
    their business
    does it authorise '
    a mind of man. For the same faculties which obliged to educate his son in a manner fitted them private to receive free of only postage; nor thing but all those who may be similarly afflicted. Bountv Land and General Agency, For Farmers Guide [complete in 22 Not] 5l CB
    any Yours &c. BENJAMIN DAVID. Payments to be made in an eases in advonX'CLUBBING.
    have been excited the to a station in society and send himto written communications to !, Wagliincton. ..
    once through organization occupy ads: themelves.and To E.Poinsett, Esq. -T)-. n.-- I
    3 are ever after excited in like manner, college he must. He had no choice-the on their private T. WALKER---7 will gIve A discount or ttetnty-jire- :per tr"t. frdm IM

    i. and become memories. At any rate, thins : College or none. I told one of my lawyers JTeittpapcr Rate, -yuartcrtchen tent Dear Sir I JACKSONVILLE, Juno 271851. JOSEPH attention to the BOUNTY prompt. above .prices will be allowed to ,mbl. ra{

    once seen or heard forms a congeries of who attended to a case of mine, .This fact 3I 3t the offirt publication per, to actual and bona fro fide thanks: am to you entirely for your relieved"INDIAN of my LOXE-complaint LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers el.Pged'in four or mord copies Thus*,of any one or more_of Ue
    works. 4
    ..' is confess it." "No said be tubv.ribcrt the FLORIDA AR, or in either of the INDIAN above : 'copies of Blackwood tf
    memories stored In the mind, and cannot be true- you : CUST, it is the best I have ever used for the WARS in which the U, States have been oneor the Review will be sent to one addnn tit

    ... forgotten. Another phenomenon it will be must stand upon your rights; (what an' From after the 30th of June,. 1851., for each disease, nd I feel happy recommending it to the or the War with Great Britain of 1812 engaged-to, $9;; 4 copies of the,four1.Review and Blackwitt

    -I \ necessary to notice-that memory could not abuse of language! rights!) the other party newspaper not exceeding three ounces m .weigh public. Yours, truly, claims on the U.States for MILITARY SERVICES; for $30; and so on. _
    the with I the annexed rates per quarter are to be quarterly 'GEORGE COULTER. CO-: Orders from Clult must be sent dinrl.
    do And
    will not
    be retained ill the mind unless the subject;t same you. was in' To E. Poinsett Esq. SUPPLIES PElSIO'l'i. LOST PROPERTY Ir.e'l and to
    avace. These rates only apply where any description of business Agent At publishers, ,aa no:count. from these.pdM
    to do what I conceived to be requiring an or.
    vat
    I"C J Jt :pleaturable or painful-so as to excite' obliged wrong.Lw'ers the paper from the office of publication to BATo ISLAND St. John's Attorney at Washington. For Land can be allowed to Atnlt
    Beach
    > procuring
    the organization with a degree more or less are obliged to be honorable to actual and bona fide subscribers. August 7, 1831. 5 Warrants his charge will be $5. In other cases rMoney surreal in the States. where issued,wff

    of potency or violence. Now, was the reader cienu but not to their antagonists.It Dear Sir i S This will inform that three of the charge will be proportioned to the nature and I be received At pat;

    of the passage alluded to nauseated when said, How are we to remedy children were dangerously ill you with the difflcultyofthecasc. ._ (Remittances and communications ihoH
    S Dysentery -
    my
    thename of idol mentioned it will] ourselves To this the : He will also act in connection with Agents or be always addressed post paid or franked to tbs
    an about !
    was \i answer, remedy b : or Diarrhoea, for six weeks. I tried Publisher LEONARD SCOTT& CO-
    ',; hare the same effect if, instead of Jupiter, is simple and There is nothingmore a almost everything that generaljroeuefllihrdoN I Attorneys Bounty Land in Florida and other, who claims may be employed in ,79Fu1tonst.N.Y.entranceGolJ'4 '"
    inserted and of it will than but all to no effect. A friend mime,,-t on terms which S .
    a mouse was ; course common a parent recommending be .
    Letters
    may agreed upon. [which should Wpod ,: .''J
    .r1 not be read. To be read, then, and feel the his children to keep goo company ; i in = HHo LOXECUST.1 me to try tour procured Medicine.it-ande callednae paid will receive immediate attention. S The Globe. /.
    m
    4: sublimity, must be pleasurable, and necessarily -' which request he fully intuitively subscribes to say that 14 Bottles of it cured all thre June S. lawtf. A'CongressionoJ, Agricultural and LitenryfJV

    ; must vividly be remembered. 'I to the law of operating and being f my children-hoping your valuable MedicinI tvspaptr. ... '
    i>ow us examine rue of the erated op.N ot over 50 miles 2 15 10 0 2J 1J may become generally known,so that all that may Notice. .,, \IIE nndred; submits.to the poLite .
    : tnlnd f while operation upon. Over 50 and not over be afflicted with this disease may have, certain TO'THE'OFFICERS AND SOLDIERSOF 'S _B_ jrs'ials lot!'tLc GLOBE and.its report*for
    I reading that passage. The first I will say, therefore, to this Society, make 300 miles 5030105 2J and safe remedy Yours truly the next i"cs3." aofCongre: Con r M has nowBOtn'wrj.I'y -'
    I facolty in the group excited must be veneration society good : then society will naturally Over 3 not over 1000 JAMES LAT $IER. THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE patronized IS;*VJ-tertakinj" that it

    $' ; second, wonder, awe, power, or om- mould the mind of its individual members t 754520 157j 3J To E. Poinsett,.Esq. THE REVOLUTION. will I* established as a storaard work w.orIhy.tfts
    fear Over 1000.not over2000 i a recent Act of Congress,officers and sol- official Lnprimatur,unless tK6 undersigned.fjulij
    :' nipotenre, sublimity, caution, etc.; and t hat which is good. Let society be governedn JACKSONVILLE, July 30, 18.1. .BY
    I miles 100 20 1C 5 inbisduty. This will not be the ease ifeor&est-
    iers (who have not received) are entitled :
    IM theymust be excited in a very great degree i all its laws by the morality of the Bible, Over 2000,not over 4000 6 4 Dear Sir t I have tried lour very valuable Med- to BOUNTY LAND for service of ODe'month effort can avail. The GLOBS is tho-onrv paper

    tcr'ieel the sublime, as already observed. and a new era will dawn upon the world, miles 123 75 5 2 121 6J eine for Diarrhea and find it by far the best and or more; the widows,and minor children of those that will furnish full reports of the proceedings asrf J

    These must all resolve themselves into mem- and the children of afflicted man will perceive Ocr 4000 miles 150 9 3 15 7J safest cure for this dangerous disease that I have deceased are also entitled. The Subscriber will debates of the twoHouses of Congwc?and hot-

    ory,' and that memory is never forgotten. I that the harbinger of on ever known or heard of. My little daughter aged undertake, at a moderate compensation, :the jag received their sanction ossuch, ,th.! o Lest K5
    peace DIRECTIONS.1st. about two years had Buffered long and was porters wiH be engaged to write ost't:
    reduced claims of those interested- Having been employed i1tintclS
    es' have attended infidel meetings at different earth and good will to man" is near at band. Weekly pawn only, when sent A above to almost a skeleton,and f tried part of in public office for several years, his experience of each"day which will undergo the ,

    : places. A verse of the Bible has been commented How in the name of Heaven, I ask, can stated,are t be delivered free in the county where a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST" and in such matters will enable him to afford great the Members. The work, after pijs'!, thrilUJla 1
    t upon, and although I knew that the the numerous nations believing that it is hey are published; and this although conveyed it baa acted like a charm the child ia now improving facilities to claimants for LAND AND PEN the DAILY GLOBE and receiving e.-..j,_iios,wfll'

    ; illustration yet when our duty to all our hearts, i the mail over 50 miles. and may be seen by those who do not be- SIGNS, and save them a great deal of trouble be presented as finished, in the Co.XOiESsioxju.
    'a
    J erroneous many 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 lieve. Respectfully, GLOBE and APPE.'DIX.l ***
    square and Where he obtains nothing no
    after I read expense.
    years same passage, I felt 8uls and boies and our neighbor as ouri nches, are t be charged one quarter the above A. V. COLVIN. charge made. All letters post.paidwill receive The debates win probably increase 'in?interest t
    v' very much as one does when the finger selve for of aggrandizement ratea. To E. Poinsett, Esq.' prompt !attention and' the necessary forms and during the next session. The one subject which1
    ad touches an instrument of which one of the Wk upon one another, and plunge their 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to ex ST. instructions sent. engrossad the laSt will doubtiemive way to others -
    ; keys are loose. How much mote mtict this bayonets into the hearts of their brethren 1It change free of postage,one copy of each number NICHOLAS Fla., July 31,1851. C. W. BENNETT Att'y.Washington of great variety,1 which in this progressive
    be the case when believers in revelation these commanded 'to individuals only; and ths privucgo extends t newspapers i. Dear Sir: This Is to certify that two Bottles of C. country;the conflicts of party and the ambition t
    precepts are published Can. your Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECUST"has October 1850. tf for place and distinction, necessarily prednee.Vast _"-
    ft believing that the faculties of the soul existin surely they are commanded to nations 4th.The newspapers b taken permanently cured two of our Negroes of a severe interests will be at stake upon the decisions

    the image and likeness of Him who said -without which the individual cannot perform or determined when they ar in a mu,Itat. Diarrh a. I take pleasure recommending 'For:'the Afflicted.S of the next Congress; and there is great talent ia
    "Thou shalt have no other Gods before me," them ? I therefore that not 5th. Ponmtn are entitled your valuable Medicine-as being without doubt both branches, which will be evoked in their diacnssion. -,
    excited in the propose, newspapers teo postage under their franking one of the best and safest remedies for this disease COUGH SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes; All the honors of the Republic,depesK*
    S are praises of an idol. The only this Society and all Temperance Socie- privilege. that I have heard of or seen. Yours truly, Ashthmatlo and Consnmptie; Hepatic dent on the succession to the Presidency as well
    -Creator of man knew the nature that he implanted ties, but all Societies whose object ig tbe 6th. Payment in advanco does not entitle the W. O. AIcINTYRE. Pills for derangements'of the Liver, 'Spleen as all the great and permanent interests which'g*I.

    a ia him when he, in the 13th veroe amelioration of Man, resolve themselves into paying t any deduction from the above To E. Poinsett Esq. &c.; Tonic Pills and Bitters for the Dyspeptic; to the advancement of the power of the country.-,,

    1d' 23d chapter of Exodus, said-"and an organization for the promotion of socialor pry JACKSONVILLE, Juno 9th, 1851. relief Antalgic of Ncphutic Pills Ointments Utarine and,Rheumatic Tinctures and for gouty the will give impuke .to the action(.the.next C***'

    .4 make no mention jof the name of other gods national Moral Reform. But it may be Rafts of Pottage to be-charged upon all Irantient Dear Sin I have used your Indian Loxecnst pains; Poemtetme Pills and Mixtures,for arresting I gress.The Daily Globe mn\e published daily S during,*

    neitlter le it b Juard out of thy mO. sid can such thing take place by a voice Newspapers and outer Printed in my family and have found it a very valuable speedily (cito, tub jecnnde,) nencons and L the session Congress,and weekly the remaiftdrtof
    i:4 Are we, then be surprised when emanating from one of the smallest villages Matter, efe dupiof *, remedy for Diarrhoea. I take great pleasure L other discharges from the urinary organs; Styptic the year. It will contain full and faithful n-

    lieve that -inferring in the world ? To this I answer, were we puNished at ilt not exceeding three month* recommending it to the public. for uterine and other Uscmorrhagcs; Antihyi I ports of the proceedings of both Houses of Cegress *-
    when "in and tent oficatioii to actual Respectfully J. TOWNSEND. dropical Ointments'Powders and Potions for reducing ; and miscellaneous article on. those generalsubjects
    Omnipresence- Him we live, to depend upon our own power the task bona fide ntbtcnbert.NOTE. Egber Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE dropsical swellings; Cardiacal Pills for to which it is devoted. -*""*J
    i-: move, and have our being yet our tongues would be difficult-more than difficult-im --an diseases of the heart and purification of the blood;; The Weekly Globe will contain Agricultural

    <*I p cleave not to our mouths when we say "Onr possible. But God delights to do great thingsby E. Fla., May 17, ]8.1. Alterative Pills for the renovation of the constitution and miscellaneous articles; and will occoitonjUr,'I

    Father which art in Heaven"-implying a small means: and we are only following additional-ounce For each or S t. t Dear Sin This may certify to yon that 1 had a ; Antidysenterie ;Pills,;for'dysentery'and give debates of such importance, 5 as S-command, universal

    fraternity when it dos not exist. Thus, although His call given to Man in fraction of on ounce. negro girl suffering under a severe attack of Di: diarrhoea;Magic tinctures and Embrocations for interest. ,
    *. Isiah arrhoea, and that the use of one bottle of ; the speedy relief of nervous affections, especially The price'' of the IVeetiy Globe reduced t.'-
    profess to believe in the beyond the ten ounce* 1 your
    we Omnipresence
    l -. ter, 14th verse: "And shal say you up, in this tableau addition R. f.R. preparation called "Indian Loxecnst" effectually those of females; Disinfectant and Propbylectk oee dollar with a view to obtain a.mora,general
    1. of 90.we habitually dare to title cast you up, prepare way, take up the *! rate will,be d s 8 cured her, and I w nld take this method of recommending Washes (the former secure against infection, and circulation.' -
    ., a falsehood a hil presence without the leas L stumbling-block out of the way of my peo charged. 0 I I 8 it a* a very valuable Medicine. the latter neutralizes by a chemical process any 'The Congressional Gtobt win embody;ay U baa a

    compunction of conscience. The cause of r pie." I know not a nation that could will j Yours truly, JOHN BRANTLEY.; contagious vicna with which' Onemaychancato done for the last seventeen years Congressional. .
    li i Mr. Egbert Poinsett. come.in contact;)Colio Syrups for children; rn.cutfents. proceedings and debates exclusively. ,... *
    _ this clearly originates i in the cultivation of r more elect carry out the reform proposedthan' o.o 0Ct. ,.for swellings,.,pimples,1 freekJe'&c.; The Appendix will embrace the revised!e'17"

    32 the antagonistic principles which neutralize of the United States; for .. Ct CU. c. CU. JACKSONVILLE, July 30, 185]. Salve, for sores; Unguenta for itch scaldhead' separately, and the messages of the Pre it',
    l IP each other render them of no effect they are the sovereigns. Their will is law, One ox. or under 1 3 4 5 Dear Sir Sometime since I was attacked with I burns&e.;Collyria,(or sore eyta; Dentiefices and; the United States and the reportaotheHeadSst'theEzeentiveDepartments.

    Turn where we may, truth is not in us,for in The poor and uneducated part who form a Over 1 ox.not over 2 ox 2 4 6 8 10 a severe Diarrhoea.-so severe that I could not attend Collntoriea, for th* teeth and gums and Tarioaa ; : n!!
    q.: is the of truth. '. <> 2 U I 3" 3 6 9 12 15 to my business. I was recommended to S other remedies are manufactured to. order on ,The Congressional Globe and Appendix wiff W
    consistency opposite We: gret majority!of the community, cannot but 1 3 U" 1 4 4 8 12 16 20 "INDIAN LOXECUST." I try chemical and pathological principles ,universally published as fast oa proceedings of Congrs j3
    t1 of emulation and ambition, say ore.. it. The peace-societies and I L and memories of humility and sl.denial, philanthropists will advocate it. The religious ." 6 u. 6 12 18 2 2 2 8 my family were afflicted with the same disease. on hand at the Brick .Office,of',>& BAKKJ&. number of each a week during the first four wetktyf

    L In there any thing more I cannot to it. The Masonic 4< 6 44 44 44 7 u. 7 121- 2 We all used the medicine from the one>Bottle, opposite. the Court House., of o session and two or,three numbers of each a>
    people say nay 7 44 44 44 PRICE per bottle phial box,&0., with directions week afterwards until the
    1 8" 8 16 I end of the
    frilL and 8C8IJoa.o.f
    are made to crave assistance from one will) it with all their! 2 3 4 am now happy to inform you that it curedus for their use $1,00 .
    urge 44 44
    ano Fraternity U8UU g 9 18 Complete to the Conreuional.k
    indexes
    all We
    ther, both physically and mentally, yet tbdoctrine might, for it is the corner-stone pi their in. I 9 6 44 44 1Q 44 JQ 20 c 2 8 S 4 from the entirely.use of only are one now Bottle all of well and Yaluable hearty i I -PRESCRIPTIONS. in eztenso, with 'medicines and p ufirwillbe sent. to subscribers ices otr*.

    % 4 L which c6ntr.dlcts It of 6 let every stitution. This country, then, will have the 4 6 Medicine.' Yours truly, your_ ,:,in bond,and from $5 to $100, accord ter Congress adjourns.' d?_S y
    one take care of himself," notwlthstandingVthe happiness of casting up, preparing the DIRECTIONS. TIMOTHY HARRIS. big to contract and the nature oT the case; when :Nothing a political'aspect wil lappeor ia tl\|
    is
    .. and 1. On transient To E. Poinsett the cure completed; or,in incurable cases,when Globe save that which wiU be found in the Coni
    practice, lOS truth lies bleediiij; way and taking up the stumbling-block I every newspaper, unsealed circular .Esq. the relief promised ia afforded..Special contracts
    gremona A beat
    1_ on .the altar of self. which is the out 01 the way" of all believers in 're vela. badbi., bok.engraving pamphlet other priodca Mandarin Fla., Oct.'1,1851.: made in chronic eases, when desired. impartial Vehicle reports.for, aWidea paper, cannot assuming maintain to it*.SA

    4)) atribut' of Deity, must be the foundation tion. S printed matter the ad eer' must in all ?, Dear Sir-Some time since I was on a visit near Orders from a distance with money enclosed, character tho editorial columns reflect a port J',<,

    _ '( ations \\or8 thought*, feelings. I cannot close this subject f without sayin; be prepaid, according to the.weight. cs your place and waa suddenly' taken very lick. will J meet with prompt attention. hue.'S.,, .* 'S" *
    Jacksonville Doe '
    1. T
    _ ;iir- _/ This the nature man loudly calls for- that earth and good will to men' 2. U anyprintedtaatteron which th.postage Your Indian Loxecust was recommended. 1! TERMS. ,,. ,1
    I'pea is to be shall friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle For one copy of the lJailTGJobe (daily du
    without required prepaid through
    whic man must ever be wedded todeception. implies national aid; for indvidiuals cannot do the Postmasters or otherwise be of it in the house and I used it, and take JOHN:A..MAYER, DRUGGIST,. ring the session Congress, and.weekly, : .-.t

    ft wil both deceive himself it. Nation shall not lift,up sword aainstnation I sent without same aboil chargedwith sure In informing yon that it cured me. "rIoA' So. 154 DI'O ghton..trec"8.1UUI'Ga during th*recess,?a ye& t _'-S $J... .
    R1 and Aeeeive neither shall they learn any doable PJmentt_ b averse to having my name in print,but still, for I For the JJaIlr Globe for less than oyeor7 at- :
    r When unadorned more." 3. Bound books and parcels of printed matter, the benefit of those that may be afflicted,you.eon. for,Bale:.every article in his the rate of Slots,a month. J "< : -". s3
    truths are presented oraulwpneed publish this if think it .OFFERS. besides For one of.. Globe r ,
    not weighing over ounces, shall, deemed you necessary copy Weekly. ,for one. .. : .3
    they make r.o' impression.. The I mailable matter.- 8 b_ Yours, wlthreepect;- r Gas Lamps Camphlne,. year, .. : 11 r; .;; ';;-:: S s ;) OJ,

    it romance 0 pleases, but the truths i it Lage sale, of Public 'Lands, in Flo'. 'Proc published at Intervals;not 'ucd SUSANNAH HARTLEY. S 'L Warranted. Fresh. S 'Garden SS. For one eopy of he Congressional. Globe dq- "
    orr
    : by. '. rida. S th month and lent from the office ,Dr E Poinsett,.Jacksonville,.Fln.cuOt2oj&st.' 'Seeds. 'ring the sessionN -f,.J Jl>
    co.eya. 'U Trtb. says ; and bona pub Segars, &c.fee- ,. !oroeoadIx: l th ">
    ", ;
    that TaTotlce.ia: 'the Ade'sbarb.ar '. "', wholeIund'retaiL ... / ,*Tf rali.S"1For ,
    'Clg s hereby given, t be charged with one half easvon. ; "
    r" power of truth and are bed JL.W- ,,-fa' lanc tt' ,' nde"lp I the last above tble. and prepayment of a quar Dear Sir il Yonr Indian Loxecust ia a good mod- S !N.B. Spirit :manufactured,'and .always/freahj: four copicS of either, ;part of both da- t': jV*
    .i ridde m the dormitory of the soul side by public ,before Houl'door,* In ter's postage mut iu all cases be required. icine.' Some time since I purchased a bottle from and for sale as low as can be purchased,in:the : rf;ring.the jaesaion -' "c '2 4> -Off jg

    aide with the most exploded. and despised oferrr. rV the several cuDtes.. as stated, the tol- Peroc published -Ira of more ,than A M; Reed, Esq., Jour agent,and gave it to, one Southern S market for'cash or approved credit. For ten copies of e1tb' r'rpsrt. -of, both.eI*.*, .1

    I ".. :'Ezekial, 33: 32,describes this malady lowing located by Stat authcrit r montJ are MInts. ,.which of my negroes that had Buffered very much froma Nov.2Tly JNO.A.M.. ring;.tho session. 'b. > )0./140-| p.The'pricea
    as part of the grant of Congress 'State must. S severe attack of S f these r.
    ,. of with I b prepaid. Dysentery cured him.Soon pap are so low:that advance -.
    man graphic force ; And Jo! for purposes of tnternatlmproveinent. The N In case there is on or In any newspaper, afterwards I bad another negro attacked with the ,DYING AND SCOURINGS payments tare Indispensable to oarrttheaar

    thou art unto them as a very lovely song of F lands were, in good p alete immediately prIoc.pamphlet, or oter.printed'matter or same disease., ,1 purchased. another. bottle.and it 'E S T A B'L.'IS H:fll E N-T' on, and no.order will be attended to njeajthTi
    alter the of -' SS
    .
    I1 both a pleasant voice and can play ompletoD surveys, and are. .of cured him also. moneyaccompanieslt. i i S ." :1
    Ie well tt an instrument : tot they bear thv bleed embr some of the best in the State, any kind by which information -)maUrp'(or, S I do not hesitate'a moment in recommending S ,JfO.. !3 ,YORK STREET '1 "* T Subscriptions be remitted by moil,atoot;"

    words; bat they do them production com, ton, sugar, toboe* or communicated I writing, or by marks or signs, your Indian Loxecnst to the public, as being.the (REAR:OF, THE.'COURT HOUSE. ,). risk in: money"at par,in.(.the section 01 l
    nut. "lnguage' eo,and tropical fruits-and finely adapted u Raid* JatceIebraied character, to the Turpentine and Lumber'bUne. Th I printed newspr proC pmphet.postage; ever used,'or heard of.- 'If you see proper,Von eon .," GEft. "' :' .. .JOHN r.RriES"'t1
    ,
    ri dtsgpitt! thoughts." For' instance,. we,will I land will b offered I half-eighths.. :. and it lathe duty of the to remove publish(. Youra' trujr- : '_ ALEXANDER-' < s-Citr" 'xWashington IS l&Q -Ja >_ cs "1SONRYy"JRICicLiYI
    t the wrappers and envelopes from all printed ., MILESPRICE. GAU.OYVAY, S
    three :
    ay .
    j thousand morning&De each two or i i"'d".t, on MOnday. 12th .u.S ,ter and pamphlets sot charged with letter mat,. DrPolnsescksovIll'S S '-- RETURNS his thanks to all friends for the :
    a wi'be conveyed '28,610 for the purpose.of ascertaining whether there iiupon boa received sino*.he-commenced Gt F4S1ER,
    with different feelings; ye the two 1. .Madivm, Monday, 19th, abut 63,560 or cnnectO. witn any such printed matteror .fahsnnvl11- ----__n __. Flo.- --. .--"-'. 9JI_ 1SK1___: business in thia city iD 1832.and would it&U tnh "'f,1NG.fI. &.. f"k _
    word have their legitimate meaning, and noOther. I 'IImio Monday,26th. ,. 2,440 in package, any matter or' thing which ,Dr E Poinsett-Sir&,Thiaia toertijthMI friends and the publlo generally,that-oaring hi* HHHE UNDERSIGNED: take this nieU*4 ofJL I
    'Truth is the igloos faculty ,CowbIAfoadr.3My' ." 3.13 would authorise or nq1.te charge of a higher have been permanentlycuredof a severe Diarrhoea late visit to London and Scotland,he has acquired informlnc tit* paWwJhot he is read/.td3
    willnwtoich mst !I '<, rat of If,K. HALL, by the use of'your most valuable medicine called various improvements connected wita T- 1 Bricklaying MWu7iii'lasterfogStaooft7w.ikV*He
    human mind \ pstle S
    It endowed: ,Levy,Monday, 10th l1"i .4 S 5 POt GDer Indian Loxeoust,after suffering for more than 12 .1DYINGANDFRENC1tCLEANINOI' $... .He wilUiuroiih/'plana and drasrtaj*,r.'-1: I
    wit admit. of uo deviation' or'moificton1 ,,III.llody. .8 Poi OFFIC & .ue ] .; month with that distressing disease I take pleasure which he trusts Will,enable him to'.give general, when desired by pqnon for whom he la b :
    It rigorous and ,) Monday. I in recommending ,most valuable medicine tot
    f Bntn .. -S your satisfaction;'tat all who may please, to favor him execute work 'wiUioat-exir% 1 S Emethjot Truth I ia the Hebrew language 5: I'. '4310 BUFFINGTOW : -r, tQ all similarly afflicted.,? with their patronage. : well known.to the ciUsenfcof JockjOBTttlis.**,':11':
    S j jn what JMWoroSatnrday,29th May, 4j S _. BOUS. ,1 remain your truly, Ladies'silk and woolen.Dresses iShawLr.' competent mechonio and work he ha lortooarfit .*
    ifelle aal rckmingJaount; 4'EKMS.-Cne-fonrth cwh ,the : JLCKSO1VILLE S J.
    $
    ; .IOIINSON-
    (
    Ml c. leaDed and dyed various colors;so as to '30$1 already for citUonT tho-praeech*refers to .x.
    5LBIDA. as
    ;
    give ?
    fo fourths inthree
    payable equal annual SUBSCRIBER ,, Jacksonville *
    nmb Formerly N. C additional
    1a )\ter. c Insta- TUB satisfaction: Table Covers cleaned or dyed as etidenoti of hiaqttaliflcotlpna.hL-aii* !
    tr meats with Interest In -
    rle nomtt-a'wel OOo..to'.ay;. advances 0.1. i in general, that will be all be required. Coats *'
    th Hon may Gentjemen'agarmenareaorated i ft> on Mould*lei
    t five-percent. deducted i. a. _'CLIFTON; FLAT"Oct. 6,1851.. S ornoraentori" lI
    completed and for
    i it cbr ptrt prepared Board in the
    say multiplying by Jy gjveoaamberTthp $ ncUD some good style as formerly so as not to be tag also furni8he4J5e4ar*: .JOHN IVkR] '
    .$$44 whole cdt Iet tJ the payment"of. era by the first day'of : Dear Sir t One Bottle of your Loxeoust has complttely Burpasaed.:any,done'at the North," or.dye4i. tt. B.-To ,
    Umbr9.wi.twaya the }* of sale. about five feetf'ont,vith plasisslu fronl eared one of men of.long standing 'Ladles' Ubeweu1d'luj'I
    my- maybeequ1rcd. bonnet
    .:
    ldd dyedj black
    Porbi4c & 9 f ., .fi' experience Inputting Suss
    .JS' j are : 3 P V0 WAlJCett.r. sad it Maitfirtabtfaa py House obstinate Dtarrb< .-From Its complete and cer cleaned, and pressed in a superior,style .. Ladies &t&eliutI joe'bits
    tI 9 tinfef 9 are 27-2 7 9 4 is ', of Land*ftr of (hi th rr.maa. i work In l1at,1in. th&11tj.
    are ; tlme& Rgl Jlbl ib.5t r.} win be obi.tooocommodote tain effieaeywhersslI other medicine had failed and Gentlemen's Kid'.Gloves,viewed:stet'thj CQa1k1ent 1ttl
    3 -3-and rare9etc, Such, is .e cbaracfer -' : TlaDmb.8 J1 : over one hundred and fifty'persons., ,He.-would 1 take pleasure in,recommending it c:aa' most I most approved London fashion;," : ,;/ ." ;, 'i the Amplest i5tl9n-2; ezges moderoU. iv15I
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