The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: March 18, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00123
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E.*dr to beu thee oar sight away aert. the true principles anti the -AH that!! prciicttd .
government, cameto
: Various letters which
1 t .pasa'h staves beea
fetammerediF? There rnaof,
Alt-ii -fi y B / j resolution and wisdoni to'establishthem.** '>*" *3H .ro A.Iytkey must visited.by thc.curioii"deIerjmitnea' Tan-me !I.wbo'knows'whethef I ;muished>I jljaVt
: .be some mistake." 041 seethg tbegrav %f"Joh'n'O." you might Hunrarianfp'aTtissns &n Jia:16ull.The ;Eoi # &jj
\Tith what fcerearement;chill S. n j *i ,'
On th .t 4tc rning whenUiyeoalhiih fled! tie Union 6 f tht'Staff*:.ThelaithMdischarge of, OJl.haveone. ; ?.,,, ip taa you stayed''Witbj on n'old.'father j : most importantJ'bf these letters PI bare' and
.. And hiea'theoiher .: 4 i y written by Count Casaner
'Grief in tomef her solemn p&ceEla11 take obligations of the former essential to.the..prrervation ,as 4 stood waittfbid ;$ ndtmthi 6mnet Bathyanlfand ; i
ojar of the latter (.Muaic-Yankee Douafe.The .] good nighty or to'hive some t tr "3 ; tbeVe' 'A1b31iUile*, 'Bartbplemew! Sczemere, who topkaa activ >: flif
tonfst teut I j ej45 be fehcd. only OR* can tell S< PporjBertelJI; S
And thousand Some .
announced'as' fifty-fiveyears agog young woman, 3? in! offiewlJ
anatio part lh
45 '" > / fifth toast-was ::then V: wherf turningliquickly, she 'Fotir arid itipns"during 'warvtsf'witbrAustria
Jl I follows: i. ; ; ; ''" :5. ""'? fir*How queer act "tnighttain't of prepossessing appearance,was.seated; ,- in.asmall Sabbath yar&more sped, foni: oue fure and Russia. .< 'sr im-j mn uiis
Where inaQ the mantle of(hjr greatnew .,, 1; you ; !! backtoaiijfaouse iri -Copenh'a4 morning an aged'and decrepid fe-' f 'The'defenders of Kossnth Ire
Whose jhoiiWetUke the lurJea borne by.thine 1 "The Mission of,the United State: To secure W Dotting-2j'ivj ; ,< .| 'male gainfully dragged"her'earplimbl
,' and'happiness' at tome,'and, There was something tempting' gen, weepinffbitterly.fftlnherlapilay.afewtrinckets (Cqunt wel think;) andM.; .. f ,
caU 1 peace prosperity very through the crowded
Who stand at country' i ; lower of rlbal
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ready par and 'other small articles rooms ? both whohj
ff members
by the influence of example to establish the great; the suggfst.ion.'f A warm bouse,and a evidently vere- oftht
pretty wondrous
Who e'er endure. with patien i so benign,t'r.rb. truth abroad thatraanus j apajjieof se1Lgo .considera- keepsakes which she-had. received from building known Tborvaldsen'B: fflaryioberlate strnrgle U., .. .
9t- S -woman were i certainly objects' Mnseum ?
went. Lime 1otime.. She took. ;np 'one. after i the I ; : She'paused.hot to glance the read this cprresppmlencewit .Biime.intertrt
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and 'it i
Oh generous heart,! so eota to heat no more f fOh ouI "was dreary to think effacing machless works of.the J sculptor but >
To this't e'THpn I.Thos. II. Byly, of 1 and of her Ittocnne bther and tiiriied.them overi-and over jbutshe"could crept and we think the defen ce* is codpleteTf> ; A
silver voice\ the trumpet call of truth! storm seeing no more. :,onward! : unttl'shba4 reached an doorway -,; :
: that
S giniain; "obedience'to the calls ot the company three of a second to make scarcely distinguish them through open suppose Kossuth excited no eiiiutM s.j?: <
Oh wiurd lips, so eloquent of yore, responded When Mr.viBaylyrcon- 'mind and quarters I dim up her blinding'4ears. /rhcn ;she buried:;her leading into the inner quadrangle his'ojj country,'is to sap'pose bit fias .t VP
in There a the
Would ye were gifted with immortal'youth., chided the Judiciary werf toasted asfolloiTheJudiciary my In the.hall and, was face in her' and'rocked; to and, fro 'in.J" centre of which a. ow. onibiof' } gray rewdent'io the hi8io0 of mankind ..Tbere, ;
-' f light as my guide ran. rapidly -; I marble'encloses.the mortal."remains' jflim
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: the sure safeguard'of'fconBtitutional stairs- I I could do no-i aony; 4I E as.here and everjrwhere, there were strnfe..* ,
When deatk-it last shall close those eyes so dear, liberty." .5. up why thought S" Oh moaned she ." and has it I whose hand;created the,.work's, vrcb'iitheedilice. glee of
T come*to ambUionjenvy frodrivalrywith
And lay.the*4ovn in long and dreamless sleep, of tt thing: better than' to run up too.. I'lollowed' this?' All- dreams iofr B Step hy epsbidrectos .joI of :ffth'at
To.this-Judge"Wayne.. the 8. Supreme her'into'a.. dark my happiness: are the' pregnant offspring fach, thingsdei,4; \,,
Hatred and doubt! shall mourn beside thy bier, very room. !I totnbj and sank on the pavementby
vanished all traction
: dead! prejudiced
Court, reepondedIn conclusion, he f Lock the door 'John '' she said. iry topes are -j He '' "' judgment andyall aannetwT
And tardy Justice there shall kneel and weep! will even, without bidding .farewelk' 'sideThen, she laitldon,1hc .crutch, aad'pressed of qharitableness. jIn
offeredaStoastfo11ows jne
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Now,' as if-. I had been the only John inthe. j *
A.hHimlent: that I have lived to. see this herrjbony. bands4glitry'ove ,'bet tion -npble as we're the leaders of .it -there *.. ,
The Congressional d 1852, celcbrat felt ; ; {
of she knew
V>n blast ? wprld, thought me. brow
Then Jealwwj no more thj.name ; skinny 4;Jo, .jVf' rouiuinrea
bitter I Luvet GudX tfih'ej weredijaensionewhich tasked .
ing Wathin&in't Birthday: It will make in the day rare ? ; the wisdom : ,
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for the aildturned in lock without )
it the *
key -
All tha hath pained thee shall be laid aside i hearts .of- the Ame oan-pe ple'* sanctuary mud hesitation, tAt this moment hasty tap at the .door Urthey toU' mehelayjiereand.ti piayed to of'the best men of the day ; an i Washing itJ
Serene, eternal InJhutone fame, ., \ S fortress of the virtues and principles maintained wondering all the time what was followed by.the entrance of the object [ God to grant.me BfrengtL, io,crawl. 4Q>'jtnes'pot ton himself could not escape calimny- t:

Thy countrystall embalm them'ln'her pride;' by.the1 Father of his Country, ia which wi$ be was,coming next. Then an awful surpicion of her lie ; and he lias heard me'Ah HimJeii, I Hungarythese have been g i S
grief. was a man 'about things ipuJa.4 ,
.found an 'antidote for the sophistries'of.'nbn-in- of horrid flashed mind young .
11 < .some -
; ;upon my can-dje happy now \ Lt.1v. .tJ A J--? '- -l-l'
terrenGoa.'" twenty-five years ofage, his middle ; J _..-, 1$ ,,
holier than th&,ouran'd'uaJl know for.il had often heard of infatuated men being person She
No faisA !The seventh announced follows" sized and strongly built, his features inas-, 1' withdrew her ,hands, and peered at sib;lity of.ail.agency.'in.. the, failure Qfaa ::
toast was as
Save that where sleeps the bust of Washington lured to their destruction, by pretty women the simple'but all comprehensiveiirscri'tion'pfaBerteLTbprTaldserinderpIjrrcut '
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5 sivej regular and attractive-bis long hair great cause ,. r, .- ,
I : and i I: the point of reopening '% UlB t
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And future|>lgri s, reverently on'the
flaxen his blue This We.do not believe that Kossuth ia
fchall "seek it sorrowing," from sire to inn, 4< The Army of the United Steirw'Mat e'rer 'the door when my laJj' 'struck light. eyes ; was |side of jtne tpmK Thenjshe raised her.fore- any ;- < -;smeana
be actuated by the spirit and gorerned by the S Then modest Tboryaldsen name which has since sounded a perfect man. We Joubt,whether a;.;, JV
principles'of him who wa.s first in peace, first in -being' excessively manIdiscoveredto'my throughout the world as that of .the most finge'an4earuetly; traced with it every let-, .mauf, *Di3; peculiar character can, avoid .-;,,&
'CalmLe the glory of thy'day'sdecline; war and first'in the hearts of his countrymen." dismay that I was in a illustrious sculptor of modern limes.; His I lertothe end5$milirig bly, shi'let.Vfall 1 great mistakes, bait !,..% *;in.this jjotainjj!, ,
Gentle the baft that strikes the final blow. bed room'l I cannot describe ,sensation. herJ hand and -,114
[Music.] S my complacently,,sighed, while which lessen for i
step was firm and quick; his, eyes bright, ,can our respect bvOjifc >- -
"Oh, Christian patriot''be; the'viclory thine, General Scott called i I'said: something don't know what it was 1 an' tyaneEcent.lgl am.p qbtde emow'n' his ; 3 iminuh ?
Major ;\vas loudly and his features glowing as he .entered,;,the ] merit for'genius,, sterjinjr j pa io
'In God's great na'me/whcne'er he bids'thee 0. : for, when be arose and was greeted with -but the. lady lighted' ,the lamp, looked, room ; but when,he beheld the attitude .of, lighted op Jjer.liueament3." ,j?",]Tis ,true j hemonldershiBre. ham awl fiuiesa toleadiotne regeneration i/: ,
stared at me an instant turned as white as & ( ., oorBerteJ !
much enthus'asin' He was in full military we'isball'Jnieeta of'ajwoplet *
the shade
female ;
weeping a passed over tv t inMr? e !,
screamed < in
pillow case
r' -
dress. his countenance as he gently walked to aeaven' v. jv.r> ill S One mar,bo these opioiona and be i ever
S up.
'FromJBcnQiy't v
2Iscdllany. General Wand Wbo-are you 1 How came you here ? '1 Her eyes cLosedana her head slowly sank..
The concluded ,
'A MOTHER'S LAMENT. replied, by her, and laying his .hand on her shoulder, so averse to,granting,what Kossath implores :ir)
Go leave the roomI
-quick- thought on breast In wfiichatfituJeheremnain.ed
offering as a toast: S murmured,-"Amalie!V> of America andonecan refuse it with finu-,, -
The Do ak for you were my husband!" arid covering her until one of..the officers erf the ,museum, ness as impolitic and',unwise, and feel ".
BT WILLIAM JONES. \ Memory of tl'ashington: we Bertel !3.answered u smothered Voice. ; .yet; r,, ,
: S his monument 1 Behold this capital and the thir' face with her hands, she sobbed hysteri The young Dane drew a chair,to her side, whO'flad [noticed r Iier'singuar; behavior, no Iacksfiespect1Jor'hint' who asked it -

Where hare they lain thee, my own dear
t Where.have they made thy bed 1 sents.He I .was.petrified. Of course I was quite as "Amalie" said he after broken beUwhat are you doitig?', .. S8. one, ,whether it is rigbtfurusioyield to.it ,
a only .
pause c
took his seat amid,loud 1audits. anxious leave as she to' have me do 'Sbean'sv'red not 'and he"
'in was
the cold 'church yard, where the weeds grow by her quivering',"sobs', .*1.ann come, to ; siigh'iyt9ui.cit 105 not; and if jhe. emandeJ thricej as. rnt ch .
wad. The eighth toast,was announced :, so. .But in my.confusion, ,instead of'going bid thee farewell. I lathe morning" her shoulder, thinking she was 'asleep! j it would.not. less uphej.Heiasks.rtiHjtlorpimselff /
little 1'Where *' out at the door! I: came' in, I unlocked another g'p Her body gently slid-.to the.,ground at...tiletouch. but for his and ,
Hare head ,
they placed thy The Katy: it has a Christian errand-'peace I Ion 'She'ceased weeping, raised.her' face.n'd'iele > >,country, : i ibe
door and walked into a closet. .-and he then'saw,.,that' she'slept' the! (
S the hemlock waves earth'good win towards tacit ; commerce with her lack.. her dishevelled imperative and. iippprtanale"ia *
sing handspusbe& --- *M" ** j
all nations-interference with none." [Music.]. Before I could rectify error, there > sleep of tJeat&.t ;
my ha been esteemed. but .
Da' & aa
> the drowsy graves, S hair. Then sbeii'ped.Jer eyes, I The President, Senator Stockton,) there I came a thundering at the first door. The : ezhtbltiou of aj virtue. hLch .throngh .all ,
And 'night-shade droops o'er the"dreamless and gazed on him in a way that Lmade his 'From'the'Ruhmond rE ; X9
screamed the noise increased and 1 g.
being no responseas'ked whether there was lady time ta Won the admiration of. .
highest man
dead! own droop. "Bertel, said she in a solemn Gold Jllnei In': '* 5' 5 r -f
nobody present to1 a word for the Navy. felt peculiar, knowing Very well that now Virginia 5' kind,. 11.. should be.recollecteJ that ,
say tone, but' -voidof all reproach S> *"' > ( !* > .1 rv- *tl. : cx a ? *;&
Where have they borne thee, my stricken one 2 [Voice : Speak 'yourseir/' Stockton," the lady's husband was coming in, and that why did win my .young, heart ? why We have frequently nad'occasion,tp 'u'thee on j pwnearly *trugglea we fbllp el. aejsijg
S I was in rather bad fix. the deveiopntierit q'i G Id31inofemal
Would that 1 shared thy rest! Stockton ] -.1- did you lead me-to hope that should. became ample! of the Hungarian ;an4t besought .,Tf; ,
then and conclusion Well aware that, it would not do to remain I Vjrgiria' .VV'jth.rn tbVpas thre'e je'ars'!,sev
.He at/the France iu the
For it sorrows Jne thou shouldst sleep alone, spoke again, the wife of bosom ,'?" most, earnest' andmplonng ,, .r, j,
nine in the closet .and convinced of the I your rich nrtnes have been'opened,and vorked "
the enthusiastic \ that ,
.company gave terms to grant ai&ichwascosm4ei., \\-fi
Away from thy'mother's breast: I-I always meant it, I mean, it now.5!,
cheers for the'Navy'and'three for CommadoreStockton' danger of meeting man who might fall into and taking succesfully' .in. *-different- u sections' of, the [edo. bev.-esaen\ial .'to. the .success,ot'our..great ,./,
With shookher bead ;
thine eyelids closed, She : mournfully, \j- fj ?- ; 'I7(5
the vulgar weakness being jealous, I was State. :
As they oft reposed : Yip the tri'nkets -continued : Do you attention ''VTorid ;struggle .independence, j, vft W*i j
The ninth toast was announced : trying to collect my scattered senses in the The ; of tuf fias been Such considerations,ahqujd teapp iuv.to
On the bosom the light of thy smiles once blessed dark when the rushed 'me remember what yon said when.you gave me awakened, ,tbe'im'pbrta'ncVbf this branch'of ; j st
recess, lady to S
f Intervention:;We are r Dot to be deceived T>yartful this-and this-and this!"- judge kindly of .KossulJiTTto delractipapfibim ,
definitions. Our true ..policy ia, Friendship and whispered in .a mild manner-"What mining. 'Sice, Jhe do! ry of'te and to the
Jo give no ear ;
tell Amalie 1. said numea
They me, boy, thou vert taken hence What would have {
: my i with all nations; entangling alliances with I shall I do ? If-yon do not go he will kill you Mineral,wealth of, California, 't thousands rous stories-slander, no doobt- derisedi by ,,
In mercy,for thou wert weak, S loved : I Jove you still-but rn '
none. !" you have'flocked to that ditt incur
me country
both of and his
partisans .this own couipry
"And the world, with its darkling influence, The Hon. JVIr. Toombs, of Georgia repponded. 44 0-but consider? But you love ambition, fame, the praise ring great ri'6ks'.anJ'deprivatipui in the'hope; for selfish ends.< jit pains one to see 4 man,,

Would have caused the reed to break! When be, concluded the next The thundering at the door'drowned her 'bl men, far better," added fche bitterly* of 'realising Ihefr,fortunes \ 1 ,' in the position of; Senator Clemens retailing; _

And thou wonldst have wept toast was announced. voice. She flew to open it. As the..wrathful Thorvaldsen started, land his features ; A few haye turned their ajieritipa, .tQ,,! theseslindjers wi.thfaalp, ; pr jas?
flushed for be felt acutely! the truth of her r
At the blighting crept Our Country: A safe retreat.for the exile and husband rushed into the room, I thought ; same basiness*:iueareV bpmejVb'ere, 'success sumption, as though there were no argument. ,?

To the heart of the Cower with touch so bleak! a quiet home for the emigrant: but not a theatre I I felt a little cold, and crept under some garments words. has generally atteadedjtbe labors,' while to keep country.from adopting the.poli-, ...*
Music. "Yes will leave gamle Denmark
for foreign propagaedism. { ] banging in the closet.A you many of. the sanguine'wanderers'who1vrntu're [ Kossuth, except ruining the character .'
cy ,
And they tell of an angel child above, The eleventh toast announced you will leave your poor, fond, old father return' 'afte ; ?
was : gruff voice roared and stormed. A ten thejr ,aHt ? a1y'ear'sab'e'h s of him who proposes: it. ,Honorable; mep. &
and mother whose hope and only >
With bright and glorious brow, a De Press The t'o Othello only broken"mn"healti. a 'spirits
: necessary auxiliary popular der, silver, voice remonstrated. was and ,"npjricar. must despise such of.argutnentatioo.. ,
And they say he is spreading his wings of love intelligence" ; it needs no censor :but popular jealous and revengeful Desdemona innocent joy is in YOU-you will leave me; er than wbeii they jetu f ; ,w> Noce of t be eminent m.cf; thej country, filoi w
O'er the home of his mothe- virtne. all who love the sound of your footstep'; "U'e believe.Com*.Stockton'was the
now and distressed. Then I beard ominous .one'pf t much, soever they..objectV-|
hp jdocfr
And 1 list profound Thomas Ritchie-, Esq., responded briefly, sounds, us 'of some one lucking under the and go to the distant l land, and forget'and us all. j fitefwhp introduced inbiJJp Uiia efiectlve trine" have,stooped to this,, pitiful,.mode,of j, .
S 'cruel
For the rustling sound; expressing his high appreciation of the char bed "MinPige'J you are unjust.I 'arid machTueryl for'reJucjngi pna' larie'scale," opposing it JuToStZerJViiuJJ ;" \ ,

But the leaves are Ettrlegs upon the Longhv acter and virtues of George Washington, f know he ?is here !.. I saw him come shall come back to'my''old father th'e'Quatz Rdck' an4'demonraring. that !

and concluding with the sentiment into the house with'youYou! locked the Bother-come back to thee, and w'e'sb'all be j prfitabIe usuies could 1be, done rnihms 'H TlieTT Vonitryative $oist 4: ,, 'J ,

My baby! though thine is a holy lot, True ambitions Not the vulgar and mischieras d-o-o-r! Ml have his heart out!" happy a
To walk in the glow of heaven, passion which has filled the page of history Hear,me !' Hear me 1 I.will explain !" Never, .Bertel !-never! When once 'Some, .three years since.he* purchas.j ; ;'rflV aW on"blgh; sn
with but the noble ambition of there is'n& morehappiness! '
upstart I have
I mourn for the pleasures that now are not, Washington,usurpers which devotes itself to the liberty As I was listening very attentively for the you gone 'bn tract of land in Fluvanha'.conutyiabqutsik ground a* theXwortliies tic 'f9rganiza* 'ri"9

That alone with thee were given and glory of its country." S explanation, the garments under which I for us. In heaven we'may meet'agaiii ; ty miles.dista t Jr6mtbis; I city; upon//wHich lIon. pfhi5}} age .sitjsjnucntoa iTObfe -
I lifted and fan earth, never! Oh no, never''inore; will you'jsee was a rkhd.tenve'Gold. yeip'wjiefe n tViifnon* for Jioio 'ncfli. lttlB'"filift S .Ifty
And I raise these eyes The President -announced the following" was concealed were quietly another ,,
To thiue own blue skies. toast: cy my feelings, discovered in 'such a situation in this life, either your pare'hts"or your be erected, a',!a emtirand, otber, works. parties'.in'it nincipiesa'puposes ,
S "such husband! poor broken-b nted Amaleand'! again glowing'accpun 'receTved/.frop, ,Ca1 arid it isphly'requisite"fhpt it/should be true' -0to
With 'a ;
a grieving spirit joys thus riven! ; by
"American : celebrated for beauty, admired b sobs burst fohti.S :
fofn ia,, of tue rjchness .'and .extent'1 pi the itself and the 'lioldiir 4
for virtne;and distinguished intelligence S .-. '! frbm his chair; Country ecup2iitrol
Bat a whisper cf hope has reached thy cir, and patriotism-they have a noble example in the ** Well B cried deeply interested Thorve1deabiij 'dtffij trout Quartz"of that /country-induced bvet alI'other'parties. A T"5-
--i" we in' 'He' was
And mj heart soars on the strain! Mother of Washington." for we knew that every sirdof, hU story and much pac distressed'dthroom, arid'once agitatTpn.,or twice he ..Com:Stpckton'jtoE] 5peud'f or'.a;tim Iuamining nian pbaian. never carried a' inane ertaiapr

Sweet toother !,Jehovah hath heard thy prayer, SenatorDawsoir being called upon., made was true, how did you get out of the Ainalie with vid ntTbesitation. op'eratiohs'iu; ,lais'State.'andJp'iserid; Lize'ofYiCtorY'. .. ; ,( gj'J '
and it glanced at his'/eipetienced workineoi"!with; .c niiplete Ig oldin' iteJf aoof.f th touyen4 '
And tfoon we shall meet again a few remarks only; as was now !" ; : cjq
S kna.inle'dlimeS after twelve o'clock*, and the Sabbath rooming i scrape**.! used a violent remedy for so violent a His past life; the pleasures and friends of of'bis his 'yothli child, outfit,* machinery,'&c to test the o wly&s id OtliltimOre.ahd'PhUIdelpbia' .: : ,

Linihi.Il -, advised the company to separate. the endeared scenes covered Gold hins'iu California.; the Umit party of'the South' does not -intend -- ''
the of life
Driven in '
S flight The thirteenth and last toast was announced complaint. a corner, my inj hood1 the affection of Ainalie, the' anguish We Tjifprmed by'Vjr.friend;;who' conversed ,',to flake'a"! showof jndiflercncer7 til! .m51t.
bring not a tear,nor a throb of pain! danger-perceiving at a glance that Othello of his at the approaching separation J t
parents a'sh'ort time since/jVith the roanifest itf 'attp'rpbabiijtyiir'we'may'veniurejp
: 'one'/.pf'; ;, ,less to a Jsectjottal..spirit
1 I threw
was so strong as was myself in review'and"whispered '
The In honor of all vividly passed ojnjtba1 -they, were-.not .Baccessfftlj 'o(
Congressional Banquet speak
The Mtmory IVa&ington May it'mode
of :
him fell with him and held him there. of-'his
the chy
upon him and be bappy.in
the Birthday or Washington; rate the fury of party spirit, and guard against to stay the results njeting'expectattons'tLeir that 1 party according to .our 'onderstahdipfpts
until I had bim'I full of also'andbeckoned '
This fete took place on Saturday night the mischief of foreign intrigue.' [Music.] given explanation, birth But vision of Rome rose 'operations'were'3iscbntmu'ediriythit" counrtrj'i spirit a Southerfl man, will hardly re- "* "
made'him hear"reason and tamed
error, ; to"earii
G. W ,P.' Custis, Esq., respoiitIetIandcbncluded him'thithr the Ayorfccben returned (fo'Uul'jSUtCj ahfj ceieitssupport.iQJMj'rcs14et; y1,rThat '
the 21st ultimo, alWillard's hotel, Wash ; "him 'toThe'as'q iet as lamb. Then I left The pride of con ;
by reciting aa original; poem, and,earthly immortality. Com' St&ckIc'erations has'resumed.hs| mining ppj Li h'p should exist, so'independentnz' '
ington.Amoo. unceremoniously, and I have never swelled his soul and he felt $
based Upon the words First in peace, first scious genius Jni 'Fla>a'ri w cpantjrtlonVat.lajger iti position anJ powerful in'its resources ','a ?

; the invited guests were SttiRT, in War; and First in the hearts of his.coun- seen Othello DesJemona since th>t the die was cast forever; scale than,beretofbre, having jnjiwuced:imprbved ;- .we I hold to bis S'a ..malterof S'' rigrattlatjoahdlnsteadbf 'SIf

HILL, C&TTTCKDEK, and Major Gen. WINntij .'' He reseated himself by the'side' of Ama machjnery.'and, bawt-gpgd."jrosfe ..ttof designing itas "sectional, we9ai*

> Scorr. Attorney.General Crittenden then arose, DCEIUSO FCN.-Two young men residing lie, and once more took her bandJ- She look""ed 'doing a.prbfitable 'aridVpermanentipiisi- cannot but/egird as thbrbughly and; essenCally ?-'' K

A large number members of Congress and after stating that this, was.the.anniversary 'at Cardiff have Jately been,deeply ena- upland atone glance'read' bfs'Tnmostthoughts n'ess-' JK\ *:"' R ,f"There ,' 5' **'!1* national./ It is eminently ao i?'i '' '*
were the moored 'of a female? / "Go," said she,5*go%and fulfil Mines in matterin ;what' rot the:" "' present on interesting oecason of the Battle of Buena Vista, and making prepossessing young are seYeralrpther purposes no quarter'

The Hon. R, F. STOCKTON, of the Senate, remarks appropriate to the subject, pro living ia that .town. A quarrel'took1 place your destiny.' / God's will'' l bedone1 Ln>Yoawill Ko this.'Statev.aad. .ttey.'are :said"" to' bedoing Union it may have its locatibn. ,* C-T:*( *"*, S

presided, and was assisted by VESABLE and posed as feeutiment the name of that brave, between the Lotharios last week; when one become a great ma'hu' will < iv"ti"WCJI-4 *,,$ ,* :* S>- > .- ; J-< : I.basieep.'as( dtbat; aj fl3I a

TATLOR.- good, and patriotic man .. -.. sent a challenge to the other to settle the coinpaniomi of 'pri' es nd"of king irid 'We IveJakea some-,pains,to.gainatorittoi miipartywillhave no adjersarjes- phica i(f;

After the_femoral of the cloth, Hon. R. "General Zaduary Taylor,late President of the?I matter in dispute hy the aid of cold steel or your namewill, eteri4'th&ar 'e 6f yout pn.this a'ubject; believing, as\we' do, as!uo;party will take disunion* gyopi ; and! '*

F. Stockton made a speech, from which the Unued8ta u'S a brace of'pistols. Accordingly* the latter country to the uttermost parts of:the 'earth; that'as th'c country becomes settled, and improved that ibereforelt is useless k'eep\it| inorXanizairon -'

following is an eitract: Thifr being drankother informal proceed, formidable"weapon1 wai: procured,1 seconds I see it all} 'leUny selfishr love'pepsh t**Only machinery, jntpduced,ftis branch'.of : ; ibl tJnibn" men, 'Th aT. objection >

"Fritnds and feflbw-eitizens, Tollowing ings ensuedand the.company'separated. were chosen, and medical juan was Delected. I promise thin; when you are hereafter 3n OTin1n'ba State, afflo,,yery.distant flay; has Delation te woruU prily. ''Theu> orstpr,4; !:
of jfieM the full blaze of-your triumph, sometimes will rodace.aaannnal oftneore- traitors have been, ho e whjp .rredagtmnst''' 't
!in the! (foofsteps' Washington, let as cherisb Thewhole; ,, they pahy metin.aj J ; .amoun; )
his precepts'and let us benefit by his exterienefc An Adventure1 behind the castle,'diceiwere"eIea.red, I turn'aside' from the higb-b r'l lovelydameslwhb VUI49 metal, that 4wtlI:, go lar, toiards the throne in the, 4lng* .narne.Sothenios"5arii4are

*' ridwisdom... Members of both H "I never attended,but one temperance' lecture and the's'ignal wasi'given7: to' fire:: At the "are thronging"around,1" !and' idrop-7one[ fishing. -us wftU a tolid 5' s basis, :for 4t 4tiftne'mtoes our urre4, : enemiea' of the lTa'tbe .* :

Houses'bf:Congress; let us -keep this Gov- ," said our, friend, B., with a ,pfctiliaf first'shot Mr. P--.feIl'dpparentlwUthfd- tear to the memory .of uthe l lowlyDamsh nstitntioii .are to be-found ;

ernmehl within its prescribed constitutional smile, **,and_ I don't thinkT shall ever, attend e'd 'In the'jarm, which was hanging dpwa. girl who loved youieUerthan"myself.wl Be- : 1 WjtMoe1er&Cb'nd'the thpsef who-jJroffeS attachment to botb Tn*?M rod)

limits, [applause'preserve it as an economical another,",*S r'-* **-** s.' *,,".*' *.. ?-!/ V--; Not;being 6albfiedv however, a.second shot : tel,fthd/" ? ? Garnet iimng cbmp apy;; 'Ba'cki Unjbli nieii.6fthe: : SoUthy ho we ver, bad;.to.;.* *-M

and tro'gal*government,' drawing:from I'.Yoo probably,found It dry,*" ". was'demanded, when Mr. P- 'agii5n'fell, I ", The next" TbonralJsen quitted Co'penhageh 'jiigham county, 'are. perhaps paying ladivklends'to meet niore Open adversaries; and-at thls siJ- niornt'her

the people ho more thari is necessary for an Well, yes- -but ;that;'isn't; itl, The1 lecture deluged"id blood The'wounded; man 'desired Jar!Rome,!wb >e'"he .resided''nearly .. 'the. stockholders, oa '1,their.'but are eSbrts* in progres8Btsfe; 'froatically t

lionestrfnigal administration- no temp was well enough, but I got into such an before he breathed his last, to see once the whole ,remainder his 'long1 life'and Jay, thaa*any j -other mines mahis devised and unremitlingly relseJ, bM

tation, bdwever great or magnificent, induce awful scrape after it.;was over, that I never more bis jealous cppcnesi, and Mr. M-*-- more.than'realized bis own 'ildest'aspirationsof .VVe haviseen jBpecunens.'jbffrpni.'inis. [ eqar tb.prganize a'sectional', Northern party dap!

us to violate the spirit or ,the J letter of;the think of temperance' meetings without asljudder. [courageously walked up to him when, a I fame. "'But'the 'prbpbecy'7bf_ poor f eiff, ,* nneq\iallpd! jn.|i&hnes y the avowed'groand of hostility to .sjoa them 4 nlibstUntions

Constitution.- Lei forbearance and conch ii. .- I'll i tell you.about-it. It was in I scene ensVed whfch'baffled'description Mr. I Amalie fVas Tflerally "fulfiled' he' 'nefe' any aiinferou quartz evershs\T"Jis-vf; and in direct violazpaof thea,

Con bethe watchword towards the various Jersey city, 'where -I.was: something; ala :Jil.1 being;almo6t: frantically concerned for more beheld'his' 'parents''nor her,'his"'first' i were'recently shpyrp a Iarge'r4cl,''weighingj (.pirit'of'the Constitution and a the risk?6f f;

sections of this cod n try,and their diversified stranger and the night was one of the worst the I&feoI. Mr. r> tThe Jatter was onveyed -. true love K ; V' j Ibs withUnrgoldjisib alf through ft perilling the1 unibn-of these'SUteaT ?ItOeI& ,'rs :

interests. Then, then we can bid defiance of the 'seasonal Boreas 1 'ho w it i blew I It ;to friend's house and' laid on'a'BOfa, ,"t Nearly half centuryf had elap l eda'nd ; y?ithmanyt 'blhert'specimens''which'- 'were be'an, idle waste of words'to;charge either n

to the rnever appeased appetite of was enough ,to take .y our.;breath, t away. I and itwas"notilntflcalled Mr.'Mwas again again 'thescene'was! ''Copenfia'genr The taken'from the Garnett velu.at 9P,feet'/rob party; Whig-'pr-pembcrat;' rit& bCIgF.I
corruption !
II '
; add we'Will be a wall impregnable to Vttlt, srrf the lecture-was over;;and>making I tofctibfronl his'opponent;'that be was: streets werip 'denseIyrowdea* with/'eige>, the surfac s';>t rhich' depthIhe vein is* *from**" listed,pne'more than the'othe" tThe'Nev moe.4ti

nefarious factions. Disregarding ;the:r max put with tbe-crowd! lingered ia the'door. made aware..the vtholev matter,was'a hoax sorrowilig.ispectatorsi'and every witndbw'bfevery t6'Q:2q; 'fee|>Ide,all*' Cartywg,5.* -e ? Ybrfc ELvenine'settle
eipectaht with StbeW
'iher awful when his'credulity, sowell was tht matter house was filled with L 3 e Ws--1 tb
imsM*forgetting the virtues of Washjngf way'contemplating scenej on previously 'wii '*! ITi**, T '. Ti '
too, we pernaps might reach :.the pinnacle 0.jreatiirtsaooneiybutitVould somebodyiuok arm., f.M.. arranged. Mr; P-j'alurMconddiBcbarge | faces.' Aentthe'nJ'PTh1!! *f1C0me l -.ie5i. S* ni ibtn d"sOrnJ 'xiiu4d'ft1ii h ir'telati&CtaimsZird '

.beat the expenee f,Where hare you been f1 said/the sweetest -I ', had 'p'laeed a'' sp dnge dipped ;tn etiaa fromngrou rf *gjndthe: rid'sstaved'tOnd I thIl$1oth! ; ,tv as .Democratic or Whig-the realsijtli1

f the longevitycf the Republic. Lei voice in the.world,t ',**J have been looking I pig'%!blood! 'on''his-forehead,'and' then< had 'fro 'uuwv. f-. 1iyfli1th' fiC' and influence of both beingalike '

cs adbers tob&1pr1Dcaple1dDrtht3:: : will for.yon every where." alien vasaif;mortally.-wounded.., Tee,afiairuch.merrimentamong swell'of" old womah isedted-at Ine Union' '
sootf!carry os to'the totmost; round.of: oa-j ; Tery much surprisedLtntne&myteadaud1sawbut has'gveaise13o the cfwas'tekerap ndntvwnitivgiutd
tional exaltation! dhenngibentoprncije j I:;can't; describe; herj ;Itmakes the pul4tc.at Cardifl. upper window of"a House? attd'wben 1nt 4bwznaIvb1Aar
trarionaaielyrwo hotbrafeedVonthsmet *hera5.sed; &f wrinWeicW : sali eAift support ip ine eanaiunB
and Urtue,and patriotic nie votioa ,to the mead now 'to.think; bdwprodi.gionlyprettysbe 4. her eMas OftIftflCO,1flt41j
Constitation ,was l L4'With,'Jiet Jeff "**. tIvermvand"ufter iridch debate tenau'ce'andpassedter'lanfo over may"approve, 5
let os'look high enough see,
; '
clear awaf ibe st 'f'tndtlatt titlevbuttrom an abiding eonfis *
; pguucal
and embrace hand sheleaned; arm ,she was arrangmgheriveil concerning .a ypnug>ladfjwitbrwliocoj they.werbothenvnquredithiftg Jbpugh'to nia
oar hearts vide enocgb to lon/.my ;
ope did w.pnld satisfy ieflW wlutera...\Aa .immense ..processon gentlenii fr iii ice In his patniotim jgssaftw -
the diversified-interestsof ibiswidely! with theY.righVand not : 4I *** S
.: tilt jarting one'"of"them drew uigh 1Appmpniata.1Zt11t1YthOWled er,} wpo nas t>een mtnal country twojears,
them duck
tended notice my surprisedj. a ,
lountry'and if we stand sp, under J o WM i wrrorif e* fi&r
comntconveyed Sinriitensively engagedjqi" Immrne
deitb A: a opera-
lk I1atIteeI. told the'other to prepare'fof wag .
all :
cireamsttaees aadiatialeoontrf imesy fQPu! rat the awfnirthreattthd;'knowing 'its'last' earthly abiding-place. The king of 'tioasi:, He hasjus retumed Ir tolne* it- Eastern, F2.1otel@mi ju 'rea 'edrJ AiiSfe'lthat ttj '
t1 bearing
oor wholeuiitr1snd nothing ut $4i ASS ? bad the Und.'theifbyal family, tbernobility,theclerg'tho States.' fortb purppsaof.buyjnff* ? mac.b.ioervtbWe : M, Sclweffler, a young Dutch Cat&ol*; n:

oar coentry, come of as indetd5mayfalii3cr : ie going,1? ;was her reply, that noai ot the champions beforehe any appbigifid courage JeafBieaT4b braver thi gifted,the Bu & : ; hei. Missionary 'in 'coclgn- hini,3111.beeapt

urns to Tie mail : S !' to$parevcutfl hour ..i.v.-.t /<. *
tricks:of. small politicians, renowned walked iftet it. 'The banners.mo'arniog > j'Mc : .a examine the to deaor reacbiMiCtos ftjV *-
selected : ,
but brt ent1ommybeart4 'Wbattto time|pthe place; dug a grave '
everiBf leatb oar countrr.jwill>bexwr. S : wert graved, the'trumpets wailed, wai ,Masu arMi xt
!n umn1tttestiogw.&el4y: and bonormgOnrlemoiS3AffIaue.S inakf of inyladyfaaddreWi did oot know jbut' pndjjstickliig htsrrpubdttp6u'daaewIntothe behind'arbnshfb-be) andUeV thousand?fctbs broke fonhrUtkeironV
she;was loo charming creature,far.meto' jred'ttouldV1 retired ,
breaststaad; tears tThQHomiHJBrooson
; ;
; ceo
rheawfulTnomeat arrived stern :
theirst.tcsufi ref use fccompanTing-her.'w We f started bold the sceneM } 'weWas'lov'ely'wqthenrib4wrd his'wnterie rtoZ
gweyaa the midst of .the tempest,'the'noU.of. and one of the bullies-made a fierce appear- from "yeipf-iarriQrsas
pffia .
i -" rain; ItsraKlbeluftnl citytmieekcan* iceseeiccelIent '
: like ,
itbrkAeapIcIoato the and { ; -
diaj but beholdiugthe opeml grave,
which prevented conyersatio At ance on %
ablig u liberty 4Uinstitution tiji-th'w 5alwh any.icap41.. this' s4a.jcad4; coyfir1Jrp8ecb4 \\ of Sertel Thorvaldsen;with5the;>Dttnish -' tLOngIm*) bebe sard' th4ne4 # $9Taith
natioo7or4npurriers! A t41.iIceIb6 a
UisttmgmUpop4r.AU Lus be4 ,scu thing ndtnIL mach a& it cit $
t 4V L f' i ** hit; Woman'who 'S wo ieU44& F3 ri4s,4

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1.I;1 t tt$t 'j.: Awn At WakuSn Tima., t we get after '' aplen" apoleoii, poleon, trail at.brisk" 'rate for about fifteen :miles I 'flliIllkIilUtA1 'Sovereign Grand- Inspector General of the tablisbed cession,which'solid secured basis its the religions Protestant sucX

I t tt ,.. Airrau-OrcK (Cedar Keys) Feb.1851 oleon, leon,eon,' syllables,trans westerly; when we came up to them,having 33d\ 'Degree, ;under autboritj1toutbe Su- and vanquished the formidable fro

i The U. S.scbr. Gerde,in command F. posed thus-Napoleon,'.on;'oleon, leon, eon, previously 'pa..many/recently .deserted :/J'' : }/" premiCuDc ifjpf'tb .. E.'a Charleston, threatened its national,independence. .,ilLs

: .S s H. GEKDES, Esq. of the United,States Coast ap1en poleon:produce;a Greek"sentence; cmpS': Te consisted Child ofone whom'wi- ,i t ,7'OKBONVIL'I'EI. f., .I < ., ._ _;j' .': t. :' 34 CllTt i is called.Columbta'Council:No.;2OufoIkwstW mighty arm bequeathed. to his country the
: :: Surrey Service; has been at' thi,*'place for translation of'whjch is ?Napoleon or, mother,'and ,. wecaptured. March :, *{ "! t honor and the nappiriew of the eighteenth
;, some time the completion of the being the lion of/thepeople-pomg; Lnckily, baving'a..intfpre 'ThuaJ 18/I S. l the petiod,-by
t ; past for. bani.'wiw'sicU century- happiest
i with Kendrick 'we1 able ,; KLS th.a
The about s.- M Chianbtrf Edtn- ter ,us, (Mr.: ,) were : -
S t of this portion of, the CooL destroying sion of all historians which
!! ; 1i tt it::1 survey ranrey will embrace all v these Keys and Bay, burg Journal. ct '' to glean stated some that information'. tribe'of from Miccosukie9wer them. TheIndian "m. LeV1 Adcs. J.: CATHET,'J. :'H.or; upon the word .int that of the Antoninesin
I' 4 intluding. Y Jay..art.! .ry ta.Rh! The werereceived .t ; ancient J .
: ,
S from the him who kill I white cows '' .EJ i ; ? iq -" **
near S
5"S .
of Lieut Nat hg.Hot mn's with the of Mrftricvr'a ; <.
Yerwhicn"with the former
by us
It copy
I survey article
: i : 1 lNIGflT, remainder of the embodyingthese
: 1852., plenty-who drive off! plenty cowsn; ?'he Ireurr. '
1:' (now Majojfig ii...lfnfjjteT.opogra.pbjcalEngineers : 01 Address which we published last,and '-'I'' AJT.WjtiQHTSec.: ,
I rlfl of GENTLEMEN: The following. } don't do it;" information which I believe to In'Olr extrathsialtfd1f'l5ili.Yfltajy' I
t't. !I,.!' this important, will section give;an embracing accurate the map mouth I have just read in your paper arici'bich be correct; for out of two thousand bead'of were designed for publication_ together with :u,,.. ,S.,1 NIBLICK, C.ipt*of Guard, career of ,MarlBorongh which'stand .' ICOTSpicnons

demands a short notice to cattle I doubt, wbe ertf could find half ''ij but by an oversight which we'eryuiuch, J. DOZIER CcmdnctoT.le -
: 't. of the Saw&hn.eeV this map, and the morning On this warrior was' found 'a ; A" : the victories of Blenbtim, Ran.f ,
i" into which now ptTper .
,, ''i benefit of the Light House,about' to be placed correct errors you :' purporting to b a order': on' the Quartermaster I regret, they were. .omitted V ._ _, ._ _, J_ _! ,Stewrl lllesithrdenardeLiIej. Maltitt-fo IIhI5. '" J ,
; to S
1 q on Sea Hoise"Keyj;tbe accefes to the Harbor- 'cTUE'FL8ID.t IDINsWe'rge .'MiciNopyE.i'Vebmarj i 83t'Dssa 0 S'S '
for the
for compensation: thirty-three Z of ; of Cf1himL
recently TitlUhmqe.Floridian and euntenanci
that .
of the some "Iucfand
f It t already one plainest on lear dogs delivered at Fort Meade, with the SIR 'I accordance with't ) action ,5 \ .
signature : n i itainment t& "
hostilities fit ,:
I committed on in ; suddenly :
Georgian complimentary
the Gulf, mil render almost ,entirely unnecessary t great[
1. so torn tbat'"e could, not make it ) ;
i 't any i1otap.forl: ; nssel ,:i'elieving the Indians of that state.. It is' reported out.. This satisfied'me that he neof of,the MicanopyTeropisrahcejSpcety! );; {a'f its JoBa.EESIINH whersm9ve4froin GaxUden t as he .reviewer "quicien*

!! ;i .. the business of i the Port f torn'that onerous that a company volunteers, raised, by.order those:who agreed' 'wa' lat meeting, we herewith transmit by maila ty.with the intention, we. believe.of, m the'fmlse of The En1s1iin .
i of Governor Brown, under the commandof emigrate years of 'the ddr ssof'Mbsiis'E.'LIVT, ingth*'practice; of.law ;ln-.S ,T nah.. i.
IIt expense. S called.himself a .brother- copy .. ; Pl '
t ago. India 1fts nnmbeY of BThckt
: 4I;! : Two ship channels liave been,found, leading a Mr..Jernagan, took: several prisoners, in-law.he: Bowlegs, and'said the. 'licosukies ;Esq'i: 'on the subject 'of'Tern'perancej.together bu; however, takes u.bi* abode la.'this ; tnfn.r ,
I W. from of whom and two, a child and thai continuation; of >
&St.N.Snd two My
into the bl
t; :: fcaythe :of their : with the prwecutinff ;profe- 1otl' e '
eap most : on with resolution of the Society i ,which 'lattl '
detained. It stay a
water-the: other old woman Lk : '
'It North J{ 14 feet an rioij : "encomltinn tife r
I i 'k!' y. aviiig ie'ap -, (pointing! south'.) ,. and 'from\tbe of/oor editorial to English ; a adyentstfe :
the Sea Hone Key Channel, having feet, irehended that the Indians wi you are respectfully requested t publish i' he'will' iehr
8. oft "Thus has the faith of 'Forcing the warrior to pilot us, we bad temporaries we. bale.DO'doubt to California, via the Missouri! and'CoIu'miii.rivers
: J' and susceptible, at very trifling expense, to these unfortunate 'Gonrnment proceeded westwardly"only a' few''miles,' your paper. with,promptnew /all':bulnea. and Sandwieb'' performed by ,
penUlga.baron. pledged 1 1WW
r. beingmad'eltf; ,IIIc1 wben'we discovered them. It, being'tben obedient servants,11WM. to--b1m.: of competition island. I
Very respectfully, '
;' ly 150 feet-across.. c IJi violate and all its efforts(which for several your 5 entrd Te.el 'I HO .' CoWj for Fan-;.'
', night, we agreed to'wait until daylight; as GEIGEuprt;; O_: A's4we. .ielco Into nrJ Srte'
been to En
been ) ;; CJ
I; erroneou&impressions: years bav entirely'successful \ '
; Many \ and :'Jt tong"fellow's
Fortune-part -
f the of j : :
i would admit Kb
ground not night-work. ''t ; from : ofprofeuioa
I and still are entertained, in. regard to this serve peace'with them, been frustrated by .. EDWARDS,.,& .: ;, lm ,I
I't t 'f t [n Jhe :morning, leaving the prisoners incbarge "preriowly located here, we poem of the Golden tegenJ
of few individuals .
t, .. place-Asteena-Otee, which is the aboriginal the rashness a ,acting not COLUMBUS DREW,'Esq., t s whi'
of Capt S., I proceeded with three lly'nippoM there. a tuperflnity of ; .
name of the ,Keywgulfying Cedar Island only without but in defiance of the authority & ih'e'hgbesteulogy"isplaced -upon .: nenti
iJ of its to damage of the Government men cautiously to'[their camp, but found Editor Florida Republican, Jacksonville: busin. ?it Eardnisndiug'sequldtlons.Scott American -r:
:t- ,I' -its'depth :water, liability i them absent hunting, their 'thIs -' I of pot'tbotgh macha._ f
apparently -
$4:;i'S., ., from-storrasi'and of its harbor:. the safety,and accessibility 4'This as circumstance it is,understood is the the more Government to be regretted things were laid up but of the reach u of their At,a meeting of ;the MicanoPTr per- 'o.'s, : ception)is taken;'to! 'f ..disregard of rylhaK. :: '

:: 1 A bref'tatem nt of its character and position was about taking measures to endeavor to dogs. Leaving four men at this place con ance Society, held February. 21st, '1852, it We'" fK1ffgnlar! 'RepubUcatonL'u atic niles in this poem, and.objections are
with 1 fonnd it receipt
r cealed, taking the three me, or tbeseJ ,
: induce these to migrate the 'west its ? of the loud of' >
individuallyand relatively, may, t t lmittiTefeil
here dismount trail them and t1i' Britfsh'Re.viewsthe mae
t' to to rhe -
!!.: therefore, be useful in correcting error. of the Mississippi.1'There had 'necessary but a short distance when we wasResolved That the tbank of'the Society p ablic\ions. Je nJ Goethe;,Bali-fights'in( Spain) Ja'Pidnres '
gone Reoved London f Watmin
.i;f, The portions of the Island, eligible for is no truth in the that be M: 'E -Quarterly;t >
; report any beard the war-hoop,and saw Capt. S. in full to Esqfor'the arid Prose, in_which', graphic;, sketchea ,ar*; :
I,:" = business purposes and residences' have an volunteers have been raised by order of chase of an Indian, but lost him, owing, to able and eloquent address delivre before it tterj' the&dinbufeNortk..BrwandB1t : drawn of of the '
":: ; elevation above ordinary high water mark, Gov.Brown.11. The circumstances attending the multiplicity of bay-galls near us. Separating on the evening of the 1851; We have5lnot Ilw tes nationa sports' '.
I I' of from 11 to'19 kit. the capture of the Indians are detailed in a again, in about half an hour- Capt.S. and that a copy be' respectfully requested } thernperiodically-s ish people; Cupid'In'te Cabintt -an Atfi<
No harbof'(all be better' protected. 4 Islands letter from Mr.Jarnagn, a copy of which I saw another, who evidently was hostile, publication in the Florida Republican at } :Legend-pbetical; The Old"Soldler-poetP" --
'hnt the omission
p:4: \ Snake Key, Sea Horse Key, Bird Key enco and ak publish. as be would neither lay down his arms nor I Jacksonville, Florida; they reach us, by no means cal The closing"article of the.number is on"* -
\ and North Key. form a crescent in front, and you are laboring under a very there arises from an indifference !o the high character -
of the
come up ; Capt. presuming Secretary Results of Revolution in EuropeOwhichEnglaiid
::: shelter it from everyind ; and an outer common mistake in regard to the relationsof near him in ambush from his conduct.On and interest of the works.. the ,
:,: harbor is formed; by n reef running 15 miles the Government to the Indians in Flori. other the Indian Micanopy'Temperance Society, ,do ceifythis shown to be in a'most on-' .:
the arrival of Capt. Summerlin, Our,latest receipt from the publishers in '
',' in a southerly direction, where vessels of da. No ,where and at no time' has "the ran with a saddle on his back,and was to be a true copy of the resolution pass prepared condition for,defence or to repel an'

1.v. .. the largest class may lie in safety,.from any faith of the Government been pledged" to fired upon by Capt. Sparkman% causing the ed by the.Society, as above stated. New York is that. (of Blac'for Febr- invasion, owing i to the policy which! has'lost, ,
: ordinary storm. Such vessels frequently these Indians in such manner that they hole in it which ary. The number >ofers to reader
I a saddle to fall with a ball EDWARDS, Sec'y. sight; of such contingencies in
,. find shelter in this harbor, in stormy weath. may claim a right to remain within the evidently saved this Indian. Capt. Summer W. more than ordinary.repast of instruction and important .'

er and heavy seas. The U. S. ship Albany State of Florida. On the contrary, in the lin also fired at too long a shot. Being now SPRING BUSINESS.-We perceive,that our entertainment.: It'opns with a ef"r'for social and commercial' am1.
: ; anchored' here; on bet late passage to Cuba. treaty of Paine's Landing, it is expressly Lake the commentr curtailments of.the army a Navy;
near the south end of merchants beginning to supply! them
are second ,edition of Alison's Life of
: the of this Island and Topekeleg a :
As regards safety stipulated that the Indians shall migrate to I of Indians were together upon states. that,,.not regular.
.' ".. propertyon: it, in any possible rase, from the west of the Mississippi and in all trea- signs with hogs, cattle and in selves for the spring and summer tre. theDuke* of Maryborough, with some account Te'rviewer could 30,00 mastered
signs on an
Ftorms a correct conclusion may be drawn, ties made with them since that time there abundance. Deeming it pony to advertising columns have of ". from known facts of unquestionable has been similar The &faith proper separate for the defence of the islan .. The,following
., many a stipulation. command again, I the prisoners with increase of the number of stores in our of the Succession. In the character of
character. In the storm 5th of October, of the Govrnment" then d" to my lef extract in reference to the course of Lord
S. with' five just sufficient to have reason to
., 1842-the most violent ever known here- the people of Florida that the Indians should drive Capt the hogs and off the baggage of town-inicting., a we Marlborough-vividly illustrated by his pro- Palmerston. .interesting. i in .connection ,with
'. the tide rose 11 feet 2 inches. The forced be removed, and has been pledged repeated. carry lose I hope and believe, a largely l augmented,demand found military skill, and exploits'of.successful "
the I did not wish them to withdrawal from the
with which the surf was .thrown 'against ly since. The plighted faith of the Govern. prisoners thing, and a had promised this to them. for supplies at this market,and an enhanced soldiery during a brilliant period of English bir.lat post of.Forelg
l' of the buildings nearest to the State and of Florida has any I Secretary in the English .Cabinet,
government ment people ; .t
some business prosperity. Among our ad-
While I absent I to state '
was from the dethronement
regret ,
history! running :
which "builtIt. violated. A is the law of whole of that Cab
water's edge been
the were
slightly treaty supreme subsequent change
; that the warrior and his wife from vertisers i in the general line will be found th
of wood, shattered two of those most exposed of the land, and should be executed as any while escaped of the Stewarts to the clos ofthe struggle inet. Though a want of is here
leading them through foresight
': and did considerable damage to property other law binding upon the Government.We Capt. his Messrs. M. KIEL and E. L.HARRISON.&_Co. finished by the treaty of Utrecht-we havea his
a thicket, leaving aged mother attributed to him as leading:Tanlt, the
4 in tbem'and one private building was insist that it is the duty of the Govern a old Messrs. H. T. TITUS and JAMES HANHAM : instance if authors to be
half signal tome are
child about and
and one a -
f. other of his 'extreme tendencies :
thrown down; butno other on the ment to execute that law which complaint :
property by
supreme advertise of for
large supplies provisions,
behind. He fired at Mr. Kendrick, of
was by relied of the
i"1. on, great
Island was injured from the effect of the the Seminoles are be removed from Flori combination fault would appearmaigre affirmations
t t but without doubt missed. I think it &c. which
grain, are enume-
proper family use, ,
with the Four
:. tide. No other but a S. and S. S.; W. wind 'resplendant'talent. the co ; 'have'been'the'cause of
da.I to state that Capt. S. was compelled to be t t
rated. Messrs. G.W. BARTON and L. B. trr
:. r produce extraordinary elevation of water understand that certain officers of the bad andI living writers have placed on record thei his
off his
as we
S'i'., and this can scarcely with propriety be regular army have at various times taken bad directed him to kill provisions of AMERMAN keep on hand a well-selected assortment opinions of the political charade ,
",,: ,. termed a tide. A reference to the map will the responsibility of making agreement mine be should see which 'made it of Dry Goods and Fancy articles; of Mr. mortand "the handsome "Lord Palmerstos, .by whom our foreign
t :: the true cause of such elevation. with Indians fors Alsns policy for the last yearshas'beenmainly '
: ; explain an the by which they were to be twenty
.. little distance
". .,.. ,' The angle formed by the line of coast'at allowed, on certain conditions to occupy a necessary at times a and are no\1 receiving and opening. their Englishman :a 'compliment given by the conducted, is a' man of great talent
;". I this point,' creates a basin or cove, into which portion ot the territory State of Flo from"The Indians treated with spring stock. great Turenne to.,his person, to:be ro'ned both for eloquence and business, and of ex.

r': 'i the water-in; a gale of such violence,-is rida. If they have done this they oughtto kindness. I told were them plainly that by.we us woulddo I I At these several houses town dealers,and in maturer life by the .homage:paid .io. bis tr1nar energy and pwer of applica
i/I driven, and literally piled by winds from cashiered for have acted in and his manners-
; up be they violation -I them no harm, but would send them to persons from the interior, can b fully sup heroism. These writers are Mr. Hallam, Te dar
those directions\tltbout'a chance for of "the law of he are they disarm the most hostile
escape a treaty, ; i
'.v"I supreme their agent at Tampa; that they were out plied with every desirable arti'le and 'purchases Lord Mabon Mr. iTacanlay i and Mr' Ali ,
.... until the superincumbent masses are forced land.11 The terms of these unlawful agree- and cattle of 'his opponents in the intercourse of private
t, over the'mainland shore, when a vent, or ments have been continualy" by of their boundary, them killing our 1 can be made here with advantages, son. Thus.has Mr. Hallam', in his, Coast. society;and such was the vigor ot ..bisapplication'that

: outltt i h given, and no further elevation can the Indians. kept within. which made in us take prisoners.them that was did unsurpassed by any other point. lutional dealt with the Duke of he conducted nearly the -
.(. : take place; for the main land shore having their reserve," but have been allowed to. particular explaining to we HiO whole Business of the ForeignOffice himselfand
} less elevation than the Island, relieves i it roam over the land, driving off and killing this on our own individual responsibility, 6 We see that the visitors among us front Marlborough : reduced the labor of his secretaries and,

r from all further apprehension.. This fact the cattle of the frontier settlers by thous c not to compromise the United Indian States,left or the.North are already.taking their home "What,- then, must we Ibink, if we find clerks ;to the mere'copying 'of dept *
t: was tested in 1842. The, tide was rising ands. But little over two they our State, in the mter. This in the 'whole .of this great man's politicallife and answering routine letters/.:
ago ward The outward bound boats
years what I do flight. carry -
and rifle p.
his must
( with fearful, appalling rapidity, until i it wantonly murdered several of our citizens pony \ us; nothing but ambition and rapacity in his fectly master of aril tbedetails-of bLs .
found its escape as just stated,'when it ceased and severely wounded others. More recent with them? off large numbers of passengers. The motives nothing but treachery and intrigue meat. ,and probably better acquainted than
...t and rose no higher during the storm. ly they penetrated one hundred and fifty "The squaw and child are at my house the, ill effects of a too precipitate return north- means 1 In short, his whole life w any man a'ive with the intricacies of a,diplomacy
and I will them until I hear from
1.f : If then, storms of such fearful character miles into the interior,carried into captivityand keep ward have been suggested in past seasons, such a mixture of meanness and treacherythat : from tbe commanding positionof

If.I, were of annual occurrence, this fortunate murdered a young son of a-respectable, agents.'I .JARNAGAN. and the more prudent invalids have profited we must rate military srvices-very high England has come to embrace the whole
", :. topographical interposition, would be a security unoffending citizen of my State, and indee to preserve any.esteem for his mem civilized world. .,No man, when' called t(
r" from any serious: damage. a few months the mail rider from Tampa to Correspondence of the New York Tribune. by the ory. The extreme selfishness and trel- account i in Parlioment for any of his acts

S But, there is demonstrative proof, that no the St. Johns was fired upon ; and now theyare Scott-TUe Mexican Proposals.WASHISGTOS cution.S1 ery of his character make it difficult which,had brought the country to the very
:, such storm had previously visited this point found again, one hundred miles or more Genera Feb. 22, 1852. Spring.We lieve that he bad any further view than'to verge of hostility, could defend himself with)
:... for a period of one or two centuries-if ever. from the country alleged to have been set An incident" connected with General lear this locality, interesting for secure himself in the event of 9 revolution, more intrepidity, or carry away the ,Hou.'eby
And this is the evidence: I apalt for them, continuing their depredations.The Scott and the Mexican War, first publishedin its great natural attraction, as well a beinga which he deemed probable. His interest. a more eloquent and intrepid assertion of

'-Vi : Before that storm portions of the Island Government has failed to give that the New Orleans Delta, is now "going point which is gradually developing itself which was always deity, did ,not lie in the princjple, or appeal to the feling

i 'j** were thickly covered with a stately growth protection they are bound to give to the the rounds. The substance of the statement as a favorable settlement for business enterprise that direction" ; 'and his great sagacity must which find a responsive echo in

',': of Palmettos. The age of this tree is frontier; our people have the right, and will is that the General was offered a million in Marion continues to' have perceived it." moving, because th?.noblest an.mO disinterested

5 known by rings or circles around it; each exercise it, to protect themselves and their dollars to take the Presidency of county, give Lord Mahon, in' hitor of England} cord of the British her.
J year's growth forming a: ring until it reaches property.We Mexic which he promptly declined. I evidence of improvement. A new post office speaks with tb temper, forbearance, "Yet, this, he was one of tbe

maturity. These trees, which before the demand of the Federal Government months, known the exact facts, has been established there,which is supple and unwiJnsoess but in unequivocal con, most dangerous Ministers that ever held the

storm, stood erect in their towering majesty, to execute its plighted faith to the people of touching this incident, but did not feel at with a semi-weekly mail by the Pa- ,.act of Marlbo-, portfolio of the Foreign'Office.in- Great Bn
I"I were more'than half of them, prostrated to my State. If it fails in its duty, the public liberty to make them public. The account and coach. Persons who wish rough. He states that "the extent of infi- lain;and at the period.he was displaced' his "
I > the ground, or bent over, i into various angles, wi justify the Government and people of Delta is wanting in correctness and Tampa "delity" to the cause of the Revolution among' removal habecm in a manner, a matter
S according their more or less exposed position State of Florida in taking measures for completeness, and I therefore give you the to visit the Spring can now do 1 by this leading ministerial statesmen, &which has .f' r ld avoid ;'lime'

; and the largest portion of them numbered -!. their own safety, which can only be secured following reliable statement: conveyance. Mr. H. T. Mann has nearly more recently come to light from the publication ate- rupture with .the'principal cnt et
,1. over three hundred years ot age-legends by a removal of the Seminole Indians west A large portion of the forces under Gen. completed a house there, where visiters and of original ; is truly appalling. powers. The reason W that ir
% : of the olden time; bistonans, whose of the Mississippi. Theirpretenc has Scottyou will recollect, enlisted for a specified be and where Above all, it is Japef and sorrow that were entirely at ri e the !
'. records cannot be perverted, and do not lie j blighted the prosperity my Stte pre tune, or until the termination of the travelers can acmmoat I write it, the Duke of Marlbru b's'conduct the ruling party in the country; and bis ambition -
whose venerable and lofty forms had with vented the settlement of the most lovely war fjconseqnently after the conquest of the they will find a hearty \elcme. The to the Stewarts is foul blot for bis country n less' incsientwith

stood the fury of the elements, in 'stately portion of the United States. It is natural City of Mexico, and the, end hostilities, Spring is only a short journey of about six,, on his illustrious name.", After, reciting the situation into"le by general

'( and undisturbed grandeur, for three hundred that we should desire and earnestly urge the military services of that portion of bis miles from and 'a curiosity would facts which seem, unfortunately, incontestable policy'of the been bru'gbt'
years, like.the bier gliphic monuments of the fulfilment of treaty stipulations for the army were no longer due or required. And well Oa a he adJs, mournfully, .w What and the views which he himself
of defenc
S :Egypt, to reveal at last that which no other removal of these Indians. The intimationthat you will also bear in mind, that at tbis'particular repay a visit Mr;J. L can possibly; be offered for such conduct ln on the social institutions of tbe world1. He
Ii record could tell, no other history establish.. any portion of the people of Florida time, President Polk and his ".Cabi Branch is the postmaster at>the Silver. S Spring had been bred in the school of Mr.1 Fin H
Ll Having thus,dearly shown the security desire a of hostilities is a base ca net bad caused the arrest of the noble oldChieftain office. ,The Duke thus stands before posterity in Lr Csterujb and his ideas,of..the .

of the Keys, from tbe'danger of storms, by; lumny. The idea that our people are will deprived him of.his.military authority .the pages of, Macaulay : of J Egln were founded ,
:! proofs both within, and! beyond the memory ing to abandon their occupations and expose and sought, by a trial before a Military Prof. Monks' New llap :"So inconsistent is human nature, that on the state of',.the cuntr it ,had a .

c of man,let us by comparison, or rather themselves and their families to the horrors Commission Mexico, to disgrace and Or attention, has been C1ec1 new there are 'tender'spots even in seared con million of.' men in anlo sd ve- .

by contrast, sbow.uie, comparative security; of a savage war, for the sake of receiving degrade the great Captain of the age, and ,Map published. by Prof. J. MOSKS of.Baltimore sciences. And thus this man, (1)I who had sets i of 'war'in the navy. He'foii -
of other places, and thus exhibit the injustice six or eight dollars a month for service, in the most trustful among American Patriots.It Md. This work is from his rise in'life to his sister's shame, that this was not the condition of .
which has been done? to this,by vague, the army, is preposterous. No; a was at thin particular time, and under compiled' the owe been kept by.the most imperious try after thirty years of unbroken peace;'
and erroneous impression, renewal of merely would be to us an unmitigated these particular circumstances, that a number recent surveys, and exhibits a view of the and shameless of prous.h0 that the, spirit which called forth such vast

'Sr' It is sometimes salutary: 'and contributive evil, unattended by a single benefit of the most wealthy v and influential United States 'and Territories Ceni public life, to those who harlot'lok steadily armaments had expired with the necessities

4 55 _____ to right and justice, to refresh the memory, save the prospect of a speedier removalof Mexicans,,who to, preserve tral America, and the 'West MexicO. through the dazzling .blaze of genius' and which created it ;, that :1851 was not, 1815,
even though the:; reminiscence brings our savage neighbors. All they have their country from further revolutions, civil complete and ,than glory, will appear a prodigy of turpitude nor the school of, Mr CMeDt .f Air.
JP : thoughts of fast misfortune, and doubts of done is to urge in every way upon the Federal commotions, anarchy ,and confusion, madeto satisfactory .any, Map believed implicitly in the religion which he 'fif' The consequence w bis %-
,,l .Iuture prospects. Government the necessity of their re Gen. Scott a proposition; the fulfilment heretofore published. The many recent bad learned (1)! a a1 boy'and shudder at and patriotic,but withal imprudent and

.. 2 Within a prio.of.1.s than ten years, moval. They have waite patiently for fifteen thereof on their part. to. be guaranteed b} changes of boundaries, formation of States the thought of formally abjuring.i. ill-timed assertion of .national demand he

every other. :port and place on years, and no. reslved if the the British Government; and the propositionwas and Territories, 'of.travel, &c..,that rible alternative was befor Te rthlyevil brought us;repeatedly'to the vry.ni of
the Florida GII Catt'with but one exception Federal Government to this:'He was to.:,accept the,',command have occurred'i in;rut Western 'during which be: poverty.' hostility wiih the most formidable powers O
,'or'sadly injured do its duty to diem, that they wl drive these of,the MexicanArmy. for five years-accept : country, The crime from which his heart'recoiled the continent, at the very time when, from
j by.thp'" ,desolating calamity i in queschronological -Indians out of-their State at hards. the serlc of,a many of the American' the 'last four' 'years, and since. the publication apostacy. And:if _the designs the w!the total want of any,preparation for ot.

tion. The cause of our troubles is not with the soldiers a would eniist under hu and to :of any standard, 'Map, ha'rendered a succeeded, he could hot doubt that,,between ities in the country, and the pitiable

Te table! ,stands thus:' people.of Florida, but with officers of the be paid twelve hundred ,and work of this i kind'Very at. this poverty and,,apostaCy, he" must soon' :'make weake-which Qui ebJ'. .

$ 1 1843, Port Leon,was swept from cornS army, who withhold the truth from the Government dollars, each year,for the five years-being time, and, we, are,happy. irble. work his choice. He, therefore" 'det tocross' ; reduced ''nothing."; ,
and slander.our people to find excuses six millions two hundred and fifty thousand 'sy ti ter was fcornJbess'com.,;
merci existence, leaving scarcely a wreck seems be full those :;df signs;,: soon t J"
to and e"antCpte '
for their own of duty. I be complete, : 'd.t per .
bbind; Apalachicola particijiating largely neglect dollr. that,,.t there 'was" no no mencement. t .
calamity. lieve,1 and ,do not, hesitate to chare, that I'wa:-"magnificent:. proposition' ,", Mr HoDE the agent(will call..upon urcitzens wnicn. ,he was not- ** to .incur,in disr i I
rt In 1846. Key West w swept: over and but for their' improper conduct with the guaranty of the Agent of. the Brit and afford,them ,an\opportunity to escape'from, the necessity ready of'parting.either,. pressing : divergeucebetweehi ,
ft: half laiJ in rl.. '' ,., not now be 'a'singe! :'Seminole. Indian remaining Government in Meic that Gen,Scott procure.the work at the publisher's uniform !ith.his places oisreligion', 5 is political principles and the Cab; -r
"c lo 18 shared the.same.fate.. in Florida ,AH that is required to pro'mpty.rejected-yes,.rejected'promptly, of the I ruling1 powers t.y thesis
i In (*Tap 1 suffered great dam- ensure,their speedy.removal is for, them' tobe ,arest, deprived of his command price. .' Can:Mr. Alison:;(inquires. the-reviewer) Jet :England, who.,directed destiaie, :

ae. convinced that they must g.. ,These and, when every scheme "and plot I ." Ball." vindicate his hero against the Irwful censures of the continentHe:: openly aov
Stop that ,
In 1851.. St.Marks nearly 'swept officers have misled them as to purposes were embraced. by: his own GovernmentPolk of ,his noble..brother historian t 'No; far he could- aopde.when thia, ., J
away, N.ew Por inundated., and Apalachicola of:.the Government,and" induced. .them to believe ( Marcy & Co.) to degre and disgrace Our' neighbor of'th .Nn"in referring tot be does not attempt it., On:the contrary,he was a i impossible-othe cause revolution

I Ii out from ibo of cities. 'that they Will.be, permitted to continue him. There were .thousands t ine, first,result;f on.:Saturday the,6th) i ihst.of. i is even. more.emphatic in denouncing over the.worLk, H ,aided, by;tbe fleets a, .

t nel.ote ravages,of.the&stormy elements oupy'a: of ,my te. :There orAmericr'sldier8 in Mexico,whose the effort he i,'is,'so. ) perseveringly,making toreorganize faithlessness of Marlborough than Lr Ma. England the<'establishment:of:oQemoltr,
1 ; ibis dan&rout little Island:remained ar /otb ra who desire the'lndians term and who \oul the its hon, placing his treachery to James in a tionary throne. in Belgium-by. .
democracy old pariy'basibas lb.m
unharmed, amidst tbe desolating! visitations to remain in Florida'because .r ic"tberC have joyously,nlisted under the : moral point of even deeper,infamy and volunteers, another in;' :
Li around ; sympathising,.spectator .in the if;they are not to be require to r this glorious and ever victorious Chief, and I if the people were. Llnd.t': the than tht ,of :Marshal Ney.',.. 'And yet," the quadruple' Sp..eCchded. .

vt, cIamitf'o i .those in less ,favorable 'posi Indians; or to'do'any l about the ba be been made of,'"such stuf'!a those obstacles which'dem rat 'themselves' in says, such)is often the ieuaity o I utionary queens upon a .ornTo. 1 '

I r ie ,' / pleasant post of Tampa'and otherplaces, f.m is power, bo-we'r seeking' him, other; Sother States ;,'.stand' in the crimes and punishments ,, both : :the (Peninsula >H.r1y *-.* t
hif These Ktorms and pJe which,,have. left r agreeable than'duty' in' New,'Mexico quickly, have accepted ,the ,tempting ofsuch an accomplishmen1announes"The '( Churchill was raised,"to the 'pinnacle of kiKom i 0 spread fJ1ibe J'1

$ their track of-d 1 ;.rain;intown', or Oregon. They willprobably prevent any offer; But, Winfield .Sit. baa fought way greatness by the.very t ecbr which'con.l!Itsiy--op nly.ia eupportinpthe.awreateinSimlt. .
c:.? and iun1'haye.awept el over.us;:with more beneficial reults.rom Gen.,Blake's mission; too many battles and won to many .victories Ball in mOtionand. ,exhorts to."Keep signed Ney,with justice,toi. asJiis conduct .: He tookRussiaby the berJn.l.a: "r

or Jea .oleoc and.of,,threatening! aspect,. until nt ,.'t.elyjm- Jor the.honor, glory; ps election' of if'rolling.. From' the':"accounts w receive is concerned' ,' to an:ignominioasdeath.History Dardane41esTon account of hrian Reng .

but have'Uft. .norf.mark or,,record, to., designate -' plicitly'ofltheir! ; ,' statements his 'own country'. nd.countrymen,.'to be of the feeling.of the democracy mineral"of forgets"t', frt&; noblest i duty, f insurgents j .andtafteiwarakjirfofc;*'! I T>
no hope that.Justice will be done, or that templed ever under ,an'circum'stancesnd when :i it fails of.praise "
the, or.the effect of/their 1 visitaoa. -, ; this orof the enthusiasm brjiumeri- it wretched private;d'wpata:at .then4.rangt4j.i 't
t <* pi / theduty'of :the Government wi be discharged ,by.any priceto sell his services to .terl.: place and blame, t&'connterbalance.'u'rfarujtaverdict by her i sideall Mtbraujht on /'i ::] '
to ue;'which'req ires;' removalof -_,_._._' ._'"_"c'- .L. ;., cl strength. exhibited at.the. meeting. referred' .'can,this;;inequality;iwhich, for inscrutable .war Franceby-(with'..FnuicaJbytheiiiOinbAnlmwa.of.a.r

; .Whst Jp' utmiri.; 'pOyf; the,Semiholes: ,to_"the 'homCassigned' ."":lib, ;,-t CENSUS pF OIIIO.; <' -v-., ,, to,we should hardly!binlff'.f,Ball""bad but'donbdess'wiaepUrposesPov.. Jeyrobtand:hlit againuGreecaj'sand.lb: k.; .

ut. them after temln.tb'We S V' .in the State336,098 even,, >tarttf.WX :..: idence has permitted in this transient*cene. :i forgi ejiesst'by?;the;
iP: loo of,1U flight 1 I e In yourpaper for this' DweUng ba. : \.verit Charity riidlf scrutinize'such.conducttoo it.tA m
1fa u t for.the .
/ ,not Jack mpetusthropghwn ; expressed Hongaria :,
an .
v Ij &say .h1 communication wm Fails 1348,62' wJI 9fp.:1 ? in ,
ywt. tt r', 5' ,you .uchoblige: "', S J' J i Celling! by our but.we closely. Tienceind: a spiritat asurgenU: Sudj,condncu might H n aljr&#c.nd
Very'respecttully,'yoniobedient ser t; : ctmporrYi once ; the.aknow t consistent ?agnation.wh
( ; St White males : tea foe
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; LoL'-We -- ',E.'C.CAEL. White .' : 4.11.v suggest t':that the. -"Ball"f be, :sfefpedf antilthe 1 ledgment thus:early and pointedly:o {Mal over the,world aapporting the caasft ot.: ii
Eobv'NAi' i
tn. ,:. -feal. : : Alabama borough1 great fault, /markeat by 1
froroHbe"1 Etymological 5' 5 ; : '*: .--> S i1,958,108. democracy Jt ,..Mississippi. .
lat & Letter:of'Jfc, '" 2 discreton,!such asia likely to the reader1cheerfully li1aeTiwb.'w! pt"t
: carry ,
4 French'-Unra witln
R 'etraoforitti'calculation Tbr ",Oa:th*2d February(iDt ; Free colored females! 12,081 L. settled ?upon'3 anysimilar srrangementrc' :, along:' hiarauthory i titutions, may be coQftisteat; hat.are'nexiUrlnwneit ,'
ol :; ,twoN D with lire Tampa apa 'A ,.'";_ _" -i i 24,300 i induce betrty concarrenc .; Itt tbeyarof
t1 |":!'coteDrted # Naplea"l ."Ifee*,**ItenW"Jhe'wildeNnea1 aSwbwu jCaptfiparkman,) making I. Total)population .' ,1,980,408. 'S ,. Mas'outcz4 4 l conclusioatzr i itVn (i' :. ; 'it f tha consequence*,of:\ ,1 .t'"

,When drvided,the same name cake my command.in'all twelve men,for.the pur Deaths during the:year' "'. 28,949 A Council l'andJSelect'' "pla'f'f.,:-periL.1 na..ay J< ,otherznan1udy1obere 'r -- >and_ 'r.ol.t'tCbtDetbtl-!

.p a phl anay pose of;closely:examining oar cattle r .. Far i in culuaoO. _. .. >J<,88.'" "Koyal' IijIbubeen *' *Mr{,'.lis f i wi' tll"Iose'ofiiwork ; L f'rat't'f" t'\e" "
.bi'o.la' mace &or about pvnty.rnilesaouthrsnd.:. / nta produe- ,. eeabsel! t'if li, ?"Marlborough wwj the!architect .s.'J P.a M a.J" ", ,

i ,. Bj t*ucce vely dropping. each initial letter, taw.styns oMndiio fe t..and followed their I ng annually $500 and upwards.: :10,55) ..-county;r"by.. ALma' (, : T.m1.,: .; of England's. 'greatnessj j i'. for.,he a.t,[once e, 'I!\e r am.ud>' t tJ" : -., ;.,' ._'V"1'!' ,.

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LI I 'ATLTflOILETEU AT JACKSONVILLE' .F- /, .,', "r1'1 AT R. tvb1If i4Machiliest; -,--:Ml. : 1"tmlfl it Jr]fil:1t: ; .- t- ,- _t-i,--' ,- GOOiII-' 'f- -. .'.'c-ie: '.,-.- l00c jjs; :\.

11 hr {JbMOterMeiw fonjc die day, ,. by Wh- t :
J. esaie-n <4etai-1. 'l ylUitg
Classical and
& himself
li Institute
II ii tAI"BqVt, m,. sder rco.4MK tAfptnt from the ? Jackson- English :' : ', P
,He Ii prepared to do all work : : 3 'lIE S B5cr.JBEB. &net N.. .or r
JAc1csoNviI4EPw4 1SUBSCRlBEb
II decree of fold dwrtng fkctk .ig&fro I nore-! OJ' t .' 'woalcr. ,'. -
'g. contents
bnsheU ... Repairing .and -.tl. i '" .- drerfd.r 4a'OiI.
2,800 '; I.t '
1 lit JhMttf ft.Oe 29*cf I&r..r. boA 1,700 bushels Be has a new: process of RI-_ i.BUWN'PrInctisaIoao4. .' .. ; :' begleati.tI, : -- ,;-:' "BJCH'. .o Jt$ f 1f.f"id_ .::\ '

tMtorw,.J8SL1.: ,jlZse Ii
." ., : 30 bbls) and Gunsmithing entrusted to .L r 'experience in teaching,Tias concluded to eg. -, lhe Store COftIIerl7 k $.t with their contents f The Safe'.b" Ie .-
litIii ".., 20 kegs- 'prompt Utntion.Be tablish hit School ia this place 'and,resp-c nDy t -, by.W. JO. Drweeaw 1 4 Ca.defied the flames and bronchi%MtfU, '
S" ,
'wi' WlDd.Pc 15;.6bHs = & to holiness. .iO. merit a invites the public to call and iit.meriu.:. ; ., ;Is new sslling Ofateost,1*.r4ef without a nark ft.Crt ipea u..k i 4iIc- C
< ,. 4 : .. 20 boxes *' It will be his constant'effort to cultivate the 'h' mabnoalora large and riehae;._ Mil. GiUE1t1'SLE1R:: ..nW 1.--
II 'C r OT.lrlS51. ,If. friendship and esteem of his pnpOsJ and to instil sortmentof 5PRINC\:anMflflt
- : IO.'4.bbls.*? .' ', -- those principles which tend to aetelop the human *dJ-t: The Subscriber 'Loin! conneci & Tug fU iN7LLTt1iEi lkJf K.nm i'ffl' A.'.', .
J' ; ; intellect and to refine the heart. with large IpettingandJobbing1Icuejnt N ,ee2-i6iiro a.ei '. -
1 59- 6455- 58'C 10 5 kegs of Learning, Without beipg in the least sectarian;the lest!- -- Jf e w York and receiving latest-and. ,Mes Sft4ri'ai M.u mii ti.ft04
; \V.tc.w. boxes lute will be condocted on principles.By 'ttos*fashionable styles weekly win
42 religious ,
.u" t's It I RICJI a Co.
2 2 barrels C IU FLA. ;NIL'4ft atW 'LN..l. '
.35 'u .; a most thorough system of reviews aid e- gi 1.ethe pnbUs 'great adrantage when .itf- .
31.41 41. TO lbs & wSKcoprotning piste '
S f ee.uke aminations whisk hi jay fc a fcSias -
great pleasure experience has i suggested, the making good selections. : < .
4b64t ,31k.w.. :1 ease Business No 218, pearl Street t I was a beeaI faT.
to1 fiaturshims thatKn8wTcdie To
4 ; the Masonic Principal lf Country Merchants
Fraternity once Rensslaer .
5 502 61; ; 48' 40' sV: I 60 bags of generally, that the exercises of acquired, cannot be lost.' : he would rev + A rat11lm eouee&iOawi&k.Cotmty.testlai antir.tleini'. JP' --

43 5243! 38 w. 1 ease- commence on the SECOND Great inducements are oferedV in'life way:of pectfcUy add; I '. .Efecf -
and did not read the
6 2 dosen J. next under the lealth and beauty of situation- to. wishng will account_tii I wU iHztii ft .'o.
su- parerits
2' 41' 31 s. W. -0 foo laie
!3 4 was save.my books which wm
their children
f Mr.ISAAC send from
to home
Aton late on as'
principal nfl
;as pains'Will "l
8 .cl 54 48 .37 W. -At wholesale South'Carolina, aided be spared in providing for their eomfbrtandnjoyment. reasonable terms as can! ,.. -* in[ one of your safes purdu a frefa-m'JI, 4-"

9 54 66 3 47 S. by VI& .A share of. &' ., u t.,:. .: '. be had in New York. TIle pablio are solicited to 1 some found yean it ian.) ftrjJear wen aoVaHa t$ "' 's- .
56 4S5 51 s. tited. among us' bearing'l the highest The discipline will be Inflexible,theuga""mOd call and examine for themselves*at the Brick CrotoD W&tes-10 fileecsnr.yvpoR hour before my retarn I .t.enaTC.p ))7: 10 -, Cash Store. i.
IACEIOnn.t.i. raeter. scholarship and success And 4r-suszive. Ia. B. AMERMAN ,
11 .c9 57 as, 45 W.by. .. the Trustees have no hesitation .The course of instruction includes all the branches .JaeklOD\"meFebJ2.'lm.-. ; commeac operaQons f after which it required ftt % .'s
12 37 53 !9 30. N. W. PoiJia institution under his dire of a thorough finished \English ?-Education, hours wander of fromJb Ltber and application. to rates t\o.' oy- ." .

132726 U 26 of the friends of Education. and a full preparation for any College class. .Bread Cake k'tPle Bakery. \ ashy bed iYosmiyJtnxiety er.i :
during this delay, and .
my.,. grmU,ur&, ,
the :1.
States. ;
If 28 46 39 21 WN.W. Testimonial fr be adjoining ENGLISH STUDIES: fT\UIS. is to inform the Public that we have made prise i .pon opening.the safe in the presettee-ofaT .

15 39 58 61 35 S" W. The fbnowing to is accomplished to the by bles the Orthography; Reading; Penmanship; Phonog; --M. full preparations to. supply the towa, -M4 number. of gentkmeo.'t lad.my'booksand'1!&' :>' '

.c5 67 42 41 W. 8. 'V.J7 iUes of this education dispense to'ail who raphy;Grammar; Geography Ancient and Modern other ': 5e"'B very excellent READ pn saved.nd sa legibid. .Lt.o..L.1, ,
16 44 n : t. in Columbia 'its beneficiariesand History; Rhetoric; Book-Keeping; Composi-- PIES.Jt CAKES,which wears' now delivering the Bre. .The, .heait; ,
34 60 by to' ion and Declamation; Botany; the' Bible; Vocal regularly, at the houses of customers. '.- oS- subjeeted iD"l. from the coadiUo_
II 45 68. 41 37 s. \'. } boon.within In the the reach of of aH- Husic,Drawing. We take this: pportuoit, 6f expressing out ofaaother" ; &tamblln) ot wJak' as' ". .
19 41 39 25 41 W. language a cir SCIENTIFIC COURSE. thanks for the liberal evidences Of encouragement iron skeleton frame only ntni1Ied;ana u.tssL .;
I DEUL SIE 1 commencement of the project which we have ah-endy ,and while tip bf book. Thqwere.eoaJMII-: .. fr.'h4'
33 14 N. E.I respect : -:
16 34 by l
f :0 presented since I to educate the children and or- Intellectual Moral, and Natural Philosophy; : fully asking a continuance bf the same, ffcH warranted lame oai D the ceeou4floorfy .1ehthey4 f';.
I 21 35 53 40 UV.1)yN.. l ised to do, in Master Masons free of charge Astronomy, Chemistry;Logic; Geology.. in claiming for the IWod which we'offer fen upon irttuof rthenI'WaJ Ia lite cellar,u. I .1. ,
I :2 33 44 28 28 W. by S. BeloW 1 send you children of others upon such MATHEMATICAL COURSE. qualities nnsurpasletl In all the MsentlaW which' Mrto ruined safe upon the Salamander.- "If tilt.,to.:4!

:3 30 49 40 26 N. E. prescribed."We appeal to an Arithmetic; Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry make the staff ol life palatable,pore and whole tioB-oad been.reversed-not..na tbe. skeleton -. :
to assist us in our effort of hu some.. We shall continue the best would have re liilr d.: .JWy IOM' '
42 59 48 S6 u. ; Surveying; Mensuration; Analytical Geometry to use flour, over ..insuran '
2. us from failure and defeat-firm Differential and Integral Calculus. which in the hands of an experienced Ba\erJdi?te u! ,$L9ci,yet the salvation of my books,J)"q'. .
25 53 59 .53 42 & Mr. Egbert ; confident in the hope that our ; flea us in promising our customers good-Bread, your .'-al.manller. 'tfi\It th( repeeentaUvepf.$1Ki ....'"

26 52 68 51 49. S. W Dear Sin I disregarded. CLASSIcAl COURStLatin &e; .- -V? t: > --j,? ,' ( ).8Jt4pefteM' ID .
27 40 .53 38 36 N. W. dian Loxecnst year will be divided into two ; Greek; German; French.. ; -Ticketifurn1hed, and families any where within Tr. not be duplicated, has fufiv coapensaUd, ac "
.J 62 40 27 uI of the bottles each. Tuition for each A course of Lectures will be delivered during the limits of the town supplied at an early hour It will afford me greaC ftlrasnre to exhibit tW
832 syntery which invariably in advance. he; year upon Philosophy and Chemistry. The every cIa,. Price-ets. per loafr '_, new safe purchased you,irW exftlaia Its ntertUT '
29 38' 68 .50 34 W. by tiJ. trusion of the School will be famished with a new set of ap a- MYERS fcCOOPMAXnov ;-' atmypresenoMeeN..3l harilitreet. ..J '

I 30 39 72 58 37V.. by N.. remedies that oTirurrtoN. ratns, and will afford ample opportunities for becoming I 27-tf sal rentafa. ,_until. .the new baitai .No. 218 it 1.1_1r '
al 60.73 60 53V.. by S.f not a few.) & branches, to wit Beading, acquainted with Science and the practical: i I.. erected. Toun" ren* ctfuUy "? .
bottle. Your Grammar Arithmetic, etc., per operation of its laws. -' OIItr11G.Gn.m.:" :
BOardidg.SUBSRlilER .
f tive and certain $S) 00 The Academic win be divided into-four The Invite' ;f-.iJ
year country
undersigned merchants'Iftf1
btall 41 -55 -43.89 -36.45 of any remedy branches, Rhetoric quarters of eleven weeks each. Students may enter mIlE ii J rVpared W accomraiv' I other iitterested in the preservation Of their IIeoU" *tt

fb.----- of.- Ancient and Modern, after the coxmenoement of any quarter, and erected JL date a number Boarderij at Ms ftc nty thV from fire,[but | rtienkuly ,those having BhtbI'lcafes -rr ,rj
residence in
Chemistry, &c., be charged only from the time of their admission. Northwest partof iw UK) to call at I4G Watrr 7
& w. thedejot MreeC
I 57 76 62 Id 00 town, the location of which is known to be highly i& ; ***
New Yore
N. B. Send TERMS rte the interior of 1\1,. GilbertV -
( 2 (9 .63 48 47 N. & Higher faAorable to health and comfort from its elevation. safe with the, books : .
11 Mathematc 'nndistnrbeoV'which rfcirfii iaH
mar Board and Tuition ;
including lights, [fuel and The
HOUSE is the
just completed and
S. ; sleeping
E. ,
3 43 65 41 35 by Po. 20 tK washing, per Session of five mouths, $120 00 other well kindly permitted remain for.the satUfiurtk* uuV,J-
&c. session apartments being pnelous and finwhcd "
S. E.5.c9 per and of the .
33 gratification
: 4 39 66 > German or rench extra1 6 00 it pnblic. :
as _
respects plastering
tc.jv. '**""**
74 57 41 S. ATaric (including use of Pian) 15 00 OJ-Orders for Burglar'I'rooft'knlJg, ..adI'sajj'Doors *
and The furniture of the uou is also
(UTE or morality, good order entirely new, ,
promptly and faithfully d bIt.IL.STEAftis "f > *. "
Fancy Drawing f : 5 00 *
S. ,V. New "
6; 56 77 62 53 that Tillage of Mid- being jdst received from .York. :
the Water Colors It M AR VINVJ"
Painting in 900 ;
: 61 77 59 57 W. by N.. and in the SUt. Oil ; 1200 Arrangement hate b'e'efluiade Id eojfpfy ttie ta hee ri &.lUck c. .
tIe e'icelle'ni ".
in with ample and ftirl, dud gob" s'Sr- mwlU6 \ '
Will hereafter private &
67 54 4& N. E. Water street and A auo Sf .
: 8 50 Including Instructions in Perspective from Na- tafld
A convenient house vents have been employs to attend to the torn-
boarding .
Marks Place ', ,
51 55 53 49 'a U counties in the '. New York; 4.-, ,;- I..1u'
9 the Trustees at an early period. fortofguests. f
S. E. Supreme Court, (Payable quarterly, in advance.) i shall t House Owners of the exclusive right or KM*** Pat tt' -
10 57 74 66 49 will be cheerfully given spare no pains render my in all for the whole of the UnitedlKtate.
i II 63 67 54 59 W. by S. Court for the Undersigned. FOR DAY'STUDENTS. respects pleasant to those who make it their home,. makers bf Salamander sa&a {attaribi;aI7 ,
B English Studies and Mathematics $10 00 and respectfully invite a aU from citizens wbo combining both ***n.
t 12 I 43 I 60 39 38 N. Hi time if ard of Tre. +, : wish ruts, commonly called '*safes; or Wiu 5% .
the Scientific Cours 12 00 permanen'Board o who
Including ; ,strangers may sojourn
/ Salamander isfes H
U ,with Rich's
I 33 67 48 30 s.I fcuion. Latin and Greek : : 13 00 in our hospitable emonths. me during the' winter Feb. 852..3m.r"pnftt1eDt.-ot4'.t!

I 131/ 51 62 48 46 u N. Office (MM/iV .; 13, 181.&ctar. (Payable quarterly advance.) 'W... WARD. 5. 4Qt ; )
tMDMi Jnl-2 -
40 66 5-1 32 S. Vt.I649 East Florida. A liberal deduction will be made for pupils in N. B. I bate tne, th\( ere'clltfn of ray" House; -- ', ." .- :. ,' A

j 65 54 45 N. Notice . the Primary studies.* Address, furnished it with a con -enient Kath-Establiah- Groceries !Groceries! 11 \- >' *.-=; &: g.

I 17 49 73 58 45 Vt.s AND ENGLISH' INSTI- N.F.BROWN. ment, which is ifirttiys copiously supplied With JUST RECEIVED Per'gchYMeiroe .4 dlreeT ""'

uJ9 on Monday, 19th int. n t'erenee.. water and the necessary eonveniodce's for bdtbing. >e-T York fall .weO
52 73 59 47 ro open ; i a and aeIeeted-,1-dt.
I should add also that. house is
SIX erected Col. I. Ildu. WILLAIUJ HAI.L Rev. S. WTJSKOOP my a regu1arstoppingpwe
recently by sortment of GROCEBIEJ
adapted expressly lor.
49 63 5-1 45 N. by E. i Fla. The has al- Rev. CORRY CHAMBERS IL B. NO.XES- for the Stage to and from, west "
Probate of Subsn"r Capt. family use. consisting in part of: New York City.. .
20 56 59 54 53 II U & charged from the services o Madam Des .Roches Wilmington,Del; Dr. MittEn Bra iIrwine YQen and Middle Florida being upon one of the Jlrioeiple cured Hams, Shoulders and Bacon, Sides.Mess" f',.F.

21 53 62 55 50 n. Susannah Lowe, and feels great confi lage DeL;ReT. T. BRADFORD.hover, Del.; le'r. streets leading immediately- : to,'the Western Perk FnltW 'kd,eef Pickled and Smoked .
in the various branch J. E. Rockwell.rookJ1D.. N. Y. Hon. J.OLI- road. i. L i W.D.W, Beef
2 63 81 71 53 W.byS. ed. ; ; Oct. i i. Tongue Sttdked Sel mte and BeefBelegae
acksonvDle 9
W.U including 'M sc.i exercise a PliANT, Dr. A. E. BUIlD Medfdrcl,4N. J. Ttarla- ; Sausages Makertl* CtfOQsUr Iruh- Potatoes, Sw-t t
23 68 78 69 65 S. influence pupils un- -THEO. HYATT, Rev. THOS. CASK, Rev. Z. gar Lemon, BoskFnY Siaa* ,' and. Abemetby Bis.. '.
70 7970 62 & U N. F. BROWN. MANSFIELD, Wilminoton.Del.; L. BARROWS enits-Smoked Herring*, Goshen Butter 'Leaf < 'J'j

s 72 84 71 69 1 II u :22,1852.-31. Principal. Andover,Mass. nov 27,'51-ly Lard Catsups Preserves and Pickles Dried and /'. tu

267382 72 70 < ..a'f Alligator ON BAY STREET, FRONTING LEDWITH'S Grc'en Apples Dried Peaches,a_choice selectiow. ...,.
GEORGE II. SMITH CO.. BRICK BUILDING. and assortment of Stuart' J"
.& uI Refined Candies, tc
f 27 71 84 69 66 Notice. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.. The a
undersigned would iDfoni
28 71 85 67 66 I S. by ,V.I Nassau after date I will present the.- AUCTIONEERING MERCHANTS.AND COMMISSION -00- his old ciutomers and the public respectfully ui general that, v't
29 61 57 59 61 N. E. BY 'of William Scott deceas- THE SUBSCRIBERS resPectfully inform he has on hand in addition to the above, .
I will of the Estate of Hickman JACKSONVILLE, FlAt friends acquaintances that they : '1
.521t Court House the Hon. of Probates of have established themselves Ja the mercantile ",- f 4 ,
to .Judge "
Jafn _ Monday of June and to discharged from further mIlE SUBSCRIBERS have entered fntd co- business in this place, and are now receiving and ,
;- - at the stand above named,'a full assortment of almost quality and name, suited for tie
tracts or parcels said estate. JL partnership for the puepose of carrying on opening every .
During the month of January Rain fell to the One tract W.SCOTT,Admrof the the above business, and are prepared to make consisting of Dry- Gods Fancy' Articles, *- SOCTHERN MARKET: : ."'

depth of 35 bnndredths an inch. From the idenee of Mr. of Wm. Scott de cAs Sales either on consignment or at auction, (one of Groceries, HardwareBO6U- Sba;;1HI?,-Cape, His stock consists of'a well selected assortment; ,A"' ., .-: _

dose of that month to the evening of the 28th of called Little O'BRIEN, his Atty's, the find being an auctioneer.) Both of.the firm Bonnets &c. &e., with every vane'fy of good of Staple,Dry and Fancy'Goods Ready'Made v ;,'
in Goods Store. .Which
Swamp, eont& & H-6ni. fire well with the merchants and citizens usually kept aDry
20 hnndrrdtbs Sept. 8 acqnanted Oothiug. Cutlery,Hardware,together with cne... ; -
February the quantity precipitated was offer for sale ean.bepurchased
as '
they cheap as they "
described by of the interior which gives them the advan- kery.Glassware Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps ', :
of an inch; and from 9 o'clock of that and are sold for Notice. tage of making ready sales of any goode or merchandize at any establishment in the Southern Saddlery; in short every variety of Goods usually ,'".f.11.'.. ''.

cTrnicg to 6 o'clock P. M of the following day 4 the State $15. which may be sent to them on consign country ; their entire stock having been selected kept in a Dry Goods Store *.* ..- %! ..A
having formed a Co- ment. by one of the firm, with much care and attentionand
inches and 1 tenth of an Inch fell,making an aggregate for the Practice of Medicine They will give their attention to making- good with a view particularly: to this market, they An kind of country produce taken fa'exeJan -

; of 4.65 inches since the commencement. of nov 274ds their professional services to the and immediate sales. They would respectfully solicit flatter themseltes that they will be enabled to for Goods,at the highest market prices.v,

thepreeiityeaz. and its vicinity. patronage from merchants and tradesmen of give entire satisfaction to all who mitt favor them AD the Goods will be'6id"npon,very reasonable .
eb.J9"O J. S. MURDOCH, M. D. other cities, who wish to sell goods in our market. with their patronage, both as to. the prices and terms. Customers wifald flrf Well to"call'and 'examine l l-
; CPRRKKT. A LL R. P. DANIEL, M. D. Any business in their line will be promptly attended quality their goods.,- -. ,0 for themselves before pTnrhasingelMwaerC(. : ,;' J
JACKSONVILLE PRICKS the estate directly North of the Buffing to. The Subscribers will be constantly receiving he being fully assured that none will go away a-

Reported MenUUjr for Che Republican bjrMcs -1t lumbia L. son House. GEORGE H. SMITH, such additions to their Stock as the state of suited as regards the goods and the prices asked JI ?
-. .rm Alsop & gears-. them I 3m. JOHN W. PRICE. the market may require and having made arrangements for therd. 1\.tORRIS.KEJL. "
present In New fork, orders can be Cnppiied '. Corner Ocean & Bay St?' '
BEESWAX, DolCtsper prescribed by REFERENCES. M Reed. Fernandez, Bisbee at the shortest possible notice. Jacbonille t, N T. 13; 1851i itL.'' > r.- .hI!. "

Ib 18| k 20DlTrtK persons and Builders & Co.,R Boulter & Co., Samuel Willauis, Alsop Hides, Tallow;Beeswax,add Butt BantS win .. --WillI
& Hours Jacksonville Boston & J A La- .
make immediate ; Gunby, be received in exchange for goods. .
perlb 222 of the Board of County Commis roche E M Moore &Co., Seaborn GoodaU Sa Friends and customers are respectfully solicited' State of Florida Southern'Clratlt;IfeaV. -.'- lOI C

COTTON; Duval county I hereby give no' vannah. Jan. 15, 1832. tf. to call and examine this stocld)Core pnicbasing roetounty.' :. .. .: ---ut

TIer 11. 1821 Alligator Builders,and Con tractors,that elsewhere. E. L. HARRISON, Ed wind. Gnynn4. > . >r.-.If ;
,. received by the said Board until Notice. J.P.SANDERSON. vs. > .

COFFEK.Rioprlb lljcI2iCOE.V April next for building a new mIlE Subscribers be" leave to inform their September 1, 1M5t. tf. AnnE.Gnynn ) L. _. .., ".- .><'tr:,
., either of wood or brick, for Biu. Cu.&scnzrtot Dtvoirtr () ..
IN JL friends and the public generally,that having in sj>nt ati -
[ti per bus 100 fc"125CA.VDLES THIS Jacksonville. a Storehouse and Wharf of their own.they are now Notice. I.. CHAMBEES. :.,iW.r1dIT
f wiil hereafter be is to be two stories high,and must prepared to receive and forward all goods intrus- SIX WEEKS after date we will apply to the appearing to the action of the Court*, .t i
Adamantine per Ib S3 S7J one large and suitable room in ted to their care, free of charges. Merchants and a of Probate for Columbia county for that the aid bill has been filed;and by.:dui -
FLOUR, MISS P. for a Court Room ; three Jury planters will find it to their advantage to ship letters of administration de hours non on the estate proof thai the said Ann E.Gdynn resides wrt" rt: : **

Geoesee per LM TOO Mrs. offices, with imneys and fire through this channel.as we are determined to try of Fernando E. Lowe deceased. this State,to wit at Spanish Wells ODe of th..S
EGGS, one of the most The proposals are to be and give' satisfaction to all. Those shipping ELIZABETH TAYLOR Bahama Islands.jUa ordered that the said. An H :'b

per doa 25 S. C., and b plans and specifications, for the through us from Savannah, &c., will please give JOHN J. TAYLOR! E. Gnynn appear, and plead, answer tfr de&.J ,..
flAY .. nials of her Board. orders to have their goods landed on our wharf; By W' ;M. IVES. against said bill otA oY before fhtf i Monday U' /:.: "
per 100 ibs 1 25 She alrt refers Invited for a building[ made or this will insure their being put to no expense at Dec. 23d 1331. Their Attorney. NovembernextA- which said appearS' :;_

HIDES, WM, D. and also for one into which this place. ante,the s bill will be taken procoafessoage.iauiL .: rp",." .
n. 7..8 Miss SWART the old Court House may be The Barge Sallie Lodoiska,Capt. A. II. Gray KOTICE. her,provided that a copy of ,this order be pub; ..
IR.O.V.per and the public it will go; all new materials to will continue to run regularly between Palatka A LL PERSONS are hereby cautioned lishea in some public newspaper of this State tot .

per lIt 4k5 already received the contractor. and Silver Springs. For freight &c. apply to .cm. -against trading fora certain promissorynote the space of six months,before the ISid first Meni
LARD ;. that, by the also be received for the tearing the Captain on board or to llossignol & Gray, made by the undersigned on or about the day in November, or provided that if a"copy of.
perlb 12ifc Mrs. MarioW, !of the old building and for the Palatka. AU letters on business must be post 20th day of October 1831, to Simeon S. Tyler or said bill and of this order, shall be. personally. -. ,"
tIME let of March same without the lot,and also for paid. ROSSIGNOL & GaAY.Paiatka bearer, for the sum of three hundred and seventy- served upon or delivered fief then she is here% '; ""

VeThbt 225 fcLUMBER be received into the lot with the building thereon Nov. 41851. -2mnJ five dollars, payable six months after date. The ordered to appear and plead, answer, or defend _
I fat and House Jail,fee. The propo- consideration for which said note was giveri has against said bill on the first rule day after tan .
12 14 cheerfully given with the Judge of Probate months after the said service.q.r delivery fa ilf .
per 2.! lit Quality k Sale of Lots. failed and I will not pay it unless compelled by '3"
Mrs. wflfbe
bin eanlfttao :
aa 2nd do 6ailO law. GEORGE JOHNS, Sr. fault whereof the said taken fn ,
&ddo S4UQUOBS to the French Board. ON the the first Monday in March will.be of- Jacksonville Fla., Feb. 4th, 12-3.2Id against Kcr'rt fcfc*'ntentiooed rule iJ y.: '- s'-
English studies. FELIX LIVINGSTON, at public sale on the premises,'a DUmber $ J OS.B.LANCASTE :, :1-,""'
Probate &c and Ex-Officio of building and garden lots in LA ..
tJE Rum gal 33k 38 Termi eligible NoUce. JadgeSeuthel'DC.1"j -'" -.
per ,
Board. of the Market wharf Jack.
Gin 85fc38 President of the VILLA, within ateile ? -- '-
doWhiibey months I wfil i4-
do 30k 35 Orthography arithmetic F b. 19, 1852lm. sonville Fla., and along the route of the contem SIX as AdminiatreUrrofftje after date .present Estate of my.ac Wm. KWtAjr4t3I8a1r
pl&tedPl&nk Road. Also a Brick Yard with its >
MOLASSES, Grammar < fixtures.. '. Johnson,deceased; tl1 the Udn. Judge. Probate : iCERTlrTtheamovetobestruotopy. us ,
AILS.per pi DtJ'S71 The higher 1d.r Intelligence! TERMS-Credits will be allowed proportionedto for Columbia county, and ask for a final settlement the cViginal n'iiw on file in my office.- :.; "- '.tIIf
s education and allowance of the same, And of ly dw- J. MltltAQEELL4cI;
11 81.6 I I the amdnnts purchased. Bonds given for In- of tate- Clerlr)1.1".c. ,.. .,
per Extra System Adopted disputable titles whon payments are made. charge from tbtfadministnUcm ...'. ,( .

on, Sperm gal. 1 k 1 25Linseed Ivngnage and GROCERY and PROVISION JOS. S. BAKER.Feb. ; G1tEJNJOI1NSON.. Administrator.I. K y,w-ScA, P ru3lm.. H JaJ'*-_ _- & .. '. .,.,K
per '
The musical in the of 5 1852. td: :
bf the Subscriber city ,
do 112112.SPROV1S1O.N Jan., 1851 6nu ;
Alligator, .J
under the I CplmnTjiaGonntyTaxCoilectoHsiie t: ::

Mess Pork per bbl 20 ed performer on received and opened my large Jacksonville Male Institute. .Notice; ... .virtue of nth6Trity vent.&InC iy.iaw.l-" ,...1t ,

Prime do do tar.dated Pupils with t Stock of Goods selected with REV. I. SWART, A. M. Priftl p MONTHS after date I shall prtseht my' fic- B irflleipoWebrsale-in front of (hi CourtHouse ." '
M ss Beef do to the demands of this Market. SIX nd to chen'as the'Administrator'of d'oortf C6lutftKa County mi th'i flrstHea/ "
Hams per Ib 15 $12 Feb.26-tf to tlS per in informing the citizens of this Rates of Tuition i the Estate of John G;Ziriax, deceased late of day of June, 1832, the following described trail.'..: < -X .

Rides do r country that they are now Orthography Reading Defining. Arithmetic;; Monroe county;to' the Hon.Judge of Probate of or pSr6l ofjaul situated in:(tud Op nty. tm;th -.J'
Shoulders do 1ZJ remarkably low rates for CASH and Penmanship per quarter of eleen .. Monroe edunty,and shall at same time apply to uwl.l nee r i&. near Livingston Ferry' oa eaM .
POTATOES Feldn Tea of the multitudinous arti weeks $ 4 wGeopphY. said Court for a discharge front said Administration river,eon fininf 400 acres-owned b'Al B -'i '"'"9'11

Sweet per bus 100 70 and my Store is supplied is deemed Grammar, History Compo of said estate. :. ;' ; V"i': -. net,or,heirs,for tae*re the Stitte andC oowar/, S ***
Irish do 4. ,..THE. it to say, that I have every sifion, Elocutionand Book Keeping,do o 00 All persons interested rdmred't tiWnotIee. for Ct yCarJL SttttUjtaa cArtaty tax tea; ,..:". ).
POULTRY, ji been .goods) desired in_.the way of Higher branches of.an.English, Mathematical .., -- NICHOLAS SMITHAdnrs.KeyWest .' .. : A. / or. St1UG11T '
Caiekeni l2i k 18J :* H.T. ill US.. and Scientific course,do .6 00 ,Nov 13, 851. .6i4. '. Sheriff- EfotfcwTaxCrter. W. td. ,
Turkeys 100kl23 for, Fl*., Feb. 19, I.- The Ancient Languages do > ,-' Wv T -i pee.13 1851. :deel8.4J.I_ i1e

Rl. -. and fragraney ,_'03-The exercises of the above Institution will :N1tiE5 : -'- ., -. KJ, _' .
perlb 4.vALT. instance given recommence Feb. 9, 1852. X MO'NTHS after dafcVtheWersTgnei.a* : ThUflitodSttO3rWRzaim1eathee

ranted pure be, steamer.THORNWIli Feb.. 3-it. 1 _ ___, S ministrator of the Estate of Tnomae Jones, ,?_ tt > JVANANHOEr JemTdt b

OAP per sack 12si15Gier1b prove sold by to this u Jackponyille on every SELLING OFF deceased,late of Alachna cotfcjy,.State of Florida PQatka; every Monda'j toorninr,at 8.'cloekfot ,..,-.. j,
,I 6i Ib. ,and 1 .( at 8 a.,m., for Enterprise, ;will exhibit his account and vouchers .before EnterpriM, AlenontOUg and intermediate leud
&1INGU& for, country &at}past 12 p.m.,and leaVe .Winter Stock at Kediiced. Ptices., the Honorable Judge of i'roba.tifor said'county'. big6.' 1 beeJ1cm'cc&uieedatiqniforpse.. UA .
iierg. 2b4OOUGAI4. 'with a small : at 8 a. nu, arrive. at Enterprise FOIE.C4SJJ-: 0NLK and pray for afluaZacWerdeaten4iseb&rgS. "ft JD gersdndcbsectMg dcb lI"tJ.yiitb the &vu.1 ,
may always be 10 p. ra. : Leave same day the said estatVA' 'l ', .,; nah United Stat s.MaU & &a. .For: freight.WNdtice. .-
there Wednesday R'D' ., '
.A .
6&1O uniform ilatka, arriving paslag\i qpli ni -- f. '. .11 J
perTh there is touching, at PicoUta at 2 p. m., G. W. Barton J3yj.th-IIATELYbis AUyOct. : u.ROSSIG1'oL ". .
same Way ;1S5L ,tim., ." .'... '''t-Calwut'J
M&nifctiiredperIb 25k 50 wrappers. I & day. pas tti respectfuHy inform the Citizens'of SO r -'.' 'O '
TALLOW leT proof paper at any:point on the rifer I W Jacksonville and the vicinity that be, is .piJatis'N6f.' tl1$. F' )1 .;,. ,. .- J. tt'lla
board. JVotice -,. .. "'- &"" '
perlb or freight, apply oa now selling off his present stock of FaIl and Wl- ''II : T '' ,S. : .
that the THORN U rttierd- will ac- ,'
Pesale day uiakroom MONTHS after date I present my .
; to -
at low prices :
at : Goods exceedingly .
ter Dry SIX Estate-of ., ; c.'I- _
'wfll be appfopiatcd fot AdJmnistrator on the
Snumtef 'is the
the fresh suppry df and .
ARRIVALS AT I BCJFPIVOTCni IW1TZ. Arent. : to se* or hi the river or for'. Goods for his a present Stock octasists in part of'. :. Joshua Rosns,'deCe&I4Ithe, HoWndge.ofProbate -tQTIPE Is hereby Pvu tlt&t.1JO .rSl"f'i3

Mardi 8-Col E D Tracy, Fla i 8 M Bdel,'tfX Feb.264f '-- icny orer.1I'eb.19.'I853m.; ..- English; b and French Merion, Cashmeres': US for ColumbIa county the, and ask for and a of final J.and, Go'IrCen'tr:&oc1 i.act'ilt be i'io.FL. .
of my
N BGibbc G G White& Cord Flannels Cotton settlement and alkrwanee ? .
DoetCarrer, Y; K Kille. Lames,Alpaccas > t o' of aid e Jacksonville at the office of J. Wi :
Bihard Welch Fla. 11-E Alston aDd sent : Flannels,Furniture Calicoes,Col'd Cai brics. -rma- 1UER 8. ontho,26thiut.. .JOHN8.SAI5USS .
G A Kenifer, ,Tboe. Starke B CBA DonaeU Grease.- aiM' Ohio Super French Blk Cloth Fancy Cassimeres.Sattinetts Adurinistrator & "''R J. ,; .-. .
"A4P .I'
1't" .
OTHE c .
tfl John ; Ohio: Hanham, Kentucky Jeans.- ; : .
; l".eI Paint. .1 Oct.a.J351to.. ; :, o. 1 .1.4l'JacknvineYb .
JL -
8tWWiama. ,
FU; H 12-W the name Silk Cravats orinei'Rlboou, BUcQdk.L; --! Afligiior. .5.31r.r" "", ,
: .
price 75 Cents' _, '
ibis day *Machinery Oil, r !
MeCollnm D J Anld Chartestoa; Wat Grbboaf. eeS&c. : : ._ : 1.,1x"Ii'If' M
FJaGeo Btearns. C c'' ill health of ; } > gallon / Shawls and Searb, 'Whit4. Cotmterpatnesv.oV.. N otic -: -- "

Henry Usoa Gsld His r-. Louisa Howeu, ,Mrs Arav All demands same, ,75 cents,'in sinks of Ta. Embroidered Curtain Muslins Worsted, Uo. ery., -.rrr1JIN: term of the Statute,'in such rases '1 :Notiocjr, .' ,i."n .1"N., "
Fla SL Plomerand 1A4Y.16J dues to It. Will sises. : '. Silk Mantillas. : Y.Y ;made aiid'jwovidediwaiaDplr; to the; FTUIE Subscriber wiU Uk.fire six aat' t'-
M J bi1
nag and aervt; ; HaIli CeTMT tractof f. boiled. Paint ,55 cts per.gal. Hen. Judge of'the Circuit Court for the Eastern -JL: Boarder.His Rd ns shall be comfortable."
Mabe. S F *
lit ReI". John 8 Sharp 1' ;J VB the business dodo. -" do do ALSO Circuit of Florida,for leave to sell tt land be- His Table shall be riq'"tO.none for.th.,&,' .
Titus &IIUA41.FJa 15- of various sises. -- '! .Boots K Shoes IndiaRubber Shoes.Merinb. lonl to the,Estate prWiffian: SCOtt!*" of andrery 'attentioW'paid:to', theefiwts4'I -- ".t
vens, PIG' .Tanners Oil various kinds and shirts &drawers. Cotton do do, Umbrellas Carpet Cora.mbaaOCKln .'c1 : ... health of his atrons.-1::; v., GH.( ..SITU:4.Idgs : "$:

: ii25lO60centPrPL- Bags,Blk silk & Fur HatI,1.ocet.ber.,withf a -.; '_ p 'W.W SCOTT.-Adr '_:.JaekJioDPle. ",!3'I .: ,Jf : ;.1.4
5 auL..c.ulPBIIIE .'casks of TaMus .IHI,T large assortment of Fancy goods.-. 'n 1 ." 4U eO'BR"'.-.' -H' [ "t-. "-. '' ; "-."c.' -_A ...tdi1'i
$ BbU.85 MT.ALCOHOL,' .' kinds and qualities-from- .35 to CO Jacksonville Feb. 5, 1852 Snu _' .T_ / :. r'His; AttorneyVAlDgatbr . :N J t J(Wai e )p : f .
.II'Ye4".4 for salaby gallon ,, \ Sept.6, 135L-lIttf '
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per "
bearings --- II1pericir' ba.the.
iURJtp .vsu4- BY tallow grease toibea'7 AdnIsiattusNotict-.- O.F .c.'r U
IIJOUN.4. .I : the Mtt .
Karc1a coarse machinery, in.barrels. dstejereOfl shaD- apply to :: : .KOtlce.--' : : ; l- UJI'
Ueuedoerin required. Q1X WEEKS. after knot and reuiarity-t-th. meshes;vhS Uconstinfly OJ
,0. any'couslJtetc7, : Ih thW Hon. Judge a rb'aU' for.Columbia nnHE2d' qnarterof the,3d yedtboYenma1i on band resdy1 be fIu'nhW&' -" .

3Dtopa UlwZin the Ohio 6 cents Mineral jet pound.Paint,to barrels, at county, for LettersjBtlC fO5Id.t idaAnlitraUon., '' '-'on' the.. estate. .". In InsUtnWwttt January 1862.''ITtor eommenee admission oa the Is*Hat Monday. tuoata hand$.hm. The M aoJd aub.edberwin lower.thea W-Itesa.thetehtion <}. :- .

; scribed ; ) lowest market pri e. .. -T-Wjn.- ,..8A""QO'UARVVR'Jr. *hare been preriousif advertised> .i ', iF -that ta*:work wffl'M-:1., : :t' i"
and .
CaYOf ofUat the State fa ,the : ; -
l OiLwarrantdnotto UII& 3w.,
I De2 8L .
= ''AUiga\Or.F.eb.lSl85-I9-6w. ,. manned Also Twtu .
Jl861.to and considered by those using it :_ .i-4----- : .':
'I ;JriN.A. XAVER I o1L -- ;-. : i ", :;.:XlSlOTICE. ."" &OJ' ;; '_ -
_1 $..vwnaustBece1Te4 T.1 11) pu;. '-P; _otoib Hintare.'Direct Import t1o mIlK Partoetratap xistagbetween"! ;':thrundersigttedasAtiorneys ; ':1euth&'Bewlys ,...:
T.tndh pJ 1\, -" ; :$nbeTIber are: d&1ly"receirln, ""r I..a at law hat befl 1aUr,71h .
', .f.r : 1 reee1vIng;. large:iup1es ofthe Ji>-from Mannraetories'Europe CUTLERY; afeonVpUU l o1ndb1 nwtuaisoaasent. ai.iWhir Smith Ji29.. :' r'Fr 4" !i" .: :

PER,SCHOONER -ARCADE. ," .uLu4 8ecstiolaJ8- tichasn4 tk" 1DIJDotto" .""" ,Is',". Small' assortment be of sold HARDW on reasonable ARE; term*. & t1rio..1ihielrwtn ,Will-', attend", to.all unfiniawd' buneEMWfHTS4IT, 0'' '-. 1/-10"' # -_." jy aKRpf" ;.
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A NY FLOU& PQ&K,BiCOM,. M ,'. 'BY roNl) r.rgTROHECKER'ft EUBANK.s.?: L .. "I M1.YB&1E4"I.Janu&r112. 4'l. <"Y.. #** ?Vittfite&J &
HO4SVCbaritopNov.14fl5l. -
",_MACKEtfEL JM.. which/will U. Mld. ( }. b1Potr1- HOUe j 155 J.feeUDJt-8L-op OSiCO. .Charleston' 185).: Mi.. .- ... .,n ai4ilt.tustifI'q?$ Y' .'
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' :'r S t : ) or '. of theSta'te ofPlorida. nates. of LetterIoitag.beWeCflOiUCe, J. ',." ." $ In ; ';"J ': .k "l taw trj muctoUTthoM' pleua 'm _it JI' -
THE PO it it'ir List of Officers --
; -:1. 1' thLCAS ,34SI. BAKER,,'t!? r -. .. >. of". ..tI..f.-' .the tTnlted States,'and"'to>nd xVolu 'P"!.ousett I ., ,!'& to stmHrIy'abete.c..i % -&*V
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/ '' ...,.J,' ATTORN.tTAT.L.1Wi. !i.) OFFICERS. .,' S'S ... : ._ : I.'ifl." I. ".
S t :. X raeJuonTl epiyu4 Couty&Ebi! .STATE HOUSE ; t. 1851 [ 4 S ,:JO..tiP01U8U.'F.. '. ". .....,_ .C'__ .
Allicalor., CoZiitilia Co..,!E(1f Florida.. Governor.THOMAS MOWN I l t lta il;J..nU8 rl : t.1 .t v' \ .l. !
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COLUMBUS, V? r.'t : : v .. CHARLES Wf oWNINO. I. EoirsiiA7e '. taper o1lDIf ; : :iJonomrftt .bat.27 18SJhf.
5 "- Secretary State :which information &be ( I 'S .if. .,
". if any kind upon "Dear iJa .nt relleTed .
f 'j : 1t1' 4Oai. .
11"1 t :>. Tnxs,& %: ; per:'annum;'payable? : H WUI'l'SmIT.B'" : ,: Attorney General'JOt1N'J3EARD! DAVID'PUOGUE.:.' 1-' '. asked communicated Itt vr1tIng.'or,.byimarks. Wrnim plaint thanks to tOG forJou INDlANLO T

S "' tORNETLA'rt5W,' Comptroller or signs sent by mail, the rates'meplioned1n the j quSTf tt Is the best *T'r'terpiied7lbr ...., .
:. poh tjac. e'p..per ? 4i i, ? '.., r ,:; t Treasurer*WILUAM *"T-flAY WAtD. table shall be charged ;,and forcver7.dditionaIhalf' :,: :: dUeaaeand 1."lha 11D" u. .

a f .:,: "Subscrlptliiai; :if cot paid bIb the expiration. 'Alligator, Columbia Co.lEalt.Floridt .* Register State Lands, DAVID S.'WAKETl.Clerk ( ounce',or' fraction of an, ounce :labore the ,t\JMUI\\J :U publio. r *."o 'GlyL mnsngls: ; $" Lb! I t
: l .H' Supreme,Court. ; : : named'in this tableman; addltlpnat"single n
: 'ij1 .f the "year **(ShirsidS*. >* I > weight S 5 GEORGE COU TEk :

: ::1 Aat td ltdH bu:will be inserted tbofqttowing .oSSI&NiB.AIt'r; ;. S : '! S .: rate It to be charged. j _,j, .M ,."./\'.>-.. .<*1 *;\V Ss TO THE'S PUBlACj( *! t.A f$1;' To E L PoinseU,-Esq. j_; m'

: jUt .:. tklefc .One ZjoUar square (twelrelines)for ATTORNEY AT L"Av., ,- "Su*rem Court XT ,-.Judges.' Residence.Hon. 1 : ,. -.-,. -4' I.r T 'H vtn'g'for' several yeafec o iD c1ji JJ4i .u.St1.S ", .'7' B.c--J' J_.1 l
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th '\b*andfBeTenty-Five: Cent*for every subsenent KB-T WEST FLA., ;1.'' .WatkerlA' a 5 non I Cbv Justice'I PensacoteIon. S :.iiIr:1: (.r lime to.the examination and collection 6(the' ..vear!,f'5J1',TWt wm ;foi! ; '4hL" ..". t
itLi\\ ,I'? 1 it1ftoTCj yearly Advertisers a'liberal'di Practices in the1'V 1ti d'States,-and'..State Courts A G.' Semmes. I I Associate-.- I A.P.1h'a'I ; 1. 'l iOfT: s t various medicirfal plants, root and'herbs pe* my children w dangerously ill'1'4 wi the I.h In ;9'. t

I 11 f P : .: .counlirjir'W"made.;' .All transient. AdrerHscnents" S theVSouthern District of" Florida." *. Hon. Li. A,;-Thompson, : | v: uTa1'Jiss'e-' ''Iiqg; ,'' l ftttiar to the proprietor S tery 6r Diarrhoea, for about iix' weeks.iT rie f:t t
: !JnlylO-tf :. :/ *; ; V : S Circtiit:}dgtl; S. .S ac4brctF"kiowedge almort'everything.batgenemflyroEefffl4
: :''ii' (etT tfeypersonsnkving a ulng&ctO'Qnt 'S \. 55 5 tbi'in'edicine has i iii tb4i'rai'ch *
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i TJ'OHN'O.U'ATELY WesternJ Hon. Geo S. I 'tio"'f I dise but all irisssTitJ.
| Apalach. se' 1 os eect4Afriea4commended
with the affioOmust be paid for previous to publiTatioa. ;, Middle 'I I J. .Waylca Ha.wkillil I Tal'bas'e 'S S .:' 5 'O4 I which is rarelyiptlaibed-by.; ;: me to-try? yourilediein*. eaDednai .'

jt : v -. SS tr'rOi1NEt' AnT' '11.1! A W. Eastern .i tj j Thomas Douglas I I Jacks'rlle S.5' T ,' tjO:' .= f,,0 A,& l1i b- I;yh'ose object alone is bofaaiealdiscoVery, DIAN LOXECJ.18'f. : 1 procunsd-Jt-aodiiT ? *
f. ] Jos.B.:Lancaster. | K. West ,ilassification. '' T t.sqth U
:if' Person!raVi/fiistance_ can govern their remit Southern' fr S S s S i '.' ,rZ! 0" E-f. 9-10. t. v'f happr Ii BotJenr UW4 f '
OFFI t. NEYVNANSVILLE Jame ..M. Landrum, Sol'r W. Cir., Ucheaun aQnincy : 't r.; \ U/iiil/ : 'the -present ri'1'5. &*had :nb' )f MTchildren-'hoinsyottf valuable MeoJeJalt f
: tucedou.c\'eTL S the !
rates r
by following
Iu FLonx.nI B. Stephens, Sol'r M: Cir., ,'Cts/jCU. .may become generaayknowd,so that all that ,* t
I C t4 .' ODe squTtrt' lWerre lines)published} f'x months 'E.tST' : John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E..CitJs.cks'yiDe Weighing i oz.:or undo ,beiog. ':J", 'A- t -,.l th ght'of"compounding! a"botanical remedy I:be&fD1ct.ed'wlth thithseuqynay 'hare certain mat

td in i ;:;s:; .- ,910 00 l'pt.U, 1' .tf.B. _. Ossian'B. Hart, Sol'r S. Cir., K. West single rates.,! .. ; .. .S .3, If6 luw.w i iioiself, his. fabbjtflhafjn&. been.tdirected.',tobe and safe remeqIf Yours truly. So.*' : W. ; *,' "
S V: : '. Overt oz. audnot over 1 oz.,.. 6112: > :1'20t' ,30/; >filling -orders.frora.a5roadJ" i --:_ > : JAm UTurgittTO A f U
; : Two squares, for six months -. 1500 M.. PEAK SON S Over 1 em. and not over 1J oz. 9,18*ISO'q'4.t E. Poinsett.i. Co t.. i- .
..COUNTY-,OFFICERS; : Thf maanecintwhicb hedms .toIace'himself .t tt
;"jl 4; 'Legal and'other Business Cards, per an. '10 00 .A TTQIlNEYoif.iT] 1LdtV. ': S Over li oz.'and not 'over 201:12.2-1: ,. 40.: .60,: I ) 1 osTlSLi' ; [
tFirst Judge'of'b teseCondname Clerkof in his .is Jnr/SOitSoTJ; 12
,fi1' '! 1tor'ind 'TOO name ? Over2 oz:and not orcr 2|os..15S .30 60,i itf/fS/ ;, > present-position -as. CI
.. Noticeito creditors
; .r f HAS toinoytl, ,to, .Jacksonville, Florida and Ct. Court; third.name Sheriff; fourth name WHEN UsFAn:," "V t'j bllow3Aifpers'dnaMfriertfl >affl/etfd fw'rtbDysenleryV ,/x/liettSirVlliaTe yon?Terr ramao!:*!* S H

..? Application tfff letter*ot administration. B,00Notice. 'will,rractieo tn'tho Eastern and Southern*Circuits (whenever it occurs, as in Gadsden. &1'.) Tax Dingle rateas above' '. ," 5 l0'J0'. ',15. .having failed; J obtaining- relief ,"forDiairhoJi .and find It by far:the best ..r

t t ;'t' f-'AppIfeatioB for dlsmksal as Administrator the Aasesse -and Collector.] Over J oz.' and not oer'Ioz. 10 20, 201:. 30 IacUJtyjonelay'"addressediinthu3 Iafestcurf ft t. erotteM.;tlieard (kavE
5 and in from r
**& '< "'. / $10 W S\lpreme"Court of the EState, t. .,Western Circttit.Coiti' Over 1 oz.'and not'over 1J 01. IS ,30' 30 ;45; the'Tegulaf .over boW'or of 3y little cra.gh&er, *ceII.It

h ;' For ftn&ou etmcnt of candidates for office '5 00 the U. S: District Otfurt for the Northern District S,:O.ffittt Post Office. Over li oz'.and not over 2 oz,'20 ::4Ott-:40.: : ,60.1', ("It. i is.faid..i that e very :,fr'a1 rid aDouUwo y 'ri.had suffered long Und i was reA *'
t ;.. S 'of Florida.. ''Feb-'W 1as2..-,ir. 'scambia Charles N. Jordan 'Pensacoli Over 2 oz:and not over 2J'oz. 25"5qf'50. >_ 75 t:Ur/le produce an''a'ntfdote"for'diseases. pe- dncedto ahnort* skeleton!and 1triedtof\ : it
h I' No announcement will be made unless the same th'e. 'if 'with a Bottle of your "INDIANiLOXECUfirFs.'and;
I' F. E. DeLarua uliar.to locality ;
I NOTE.-From and after the 80th:June 1831, the : ;r so, you .your Ci
"'b 1 a-ettnlrplue4 with the amount charged. HOPKINS & BRAHAM 'S F. DeLarua oiostcriow'of'fiomeihiog 1& il ackd' J 4arm,1s <*a4.5to.ofcSi; .
., .5 '" ., mode of computing the rates upon{ inland lettersi k 1D vrieclg.,'ofjthe; fieldVand/.wbbdl : and D G
"'Em rSal1''notice8:' for benefit will be John Chain Milton .' I proYiDg. 1 be'leeD by those who do.he,.
: print Attorney' At Law, Santa Rosa -i from r one office within t the United torelievemeJ' ? /S aeve. ,: .o Respectfully : ". II
... 1 charged double, the rate of advertising.Keliciotts OFFICE at PAL ATKA. E. Fla.,. E.S.Amos.; "" Hates or Territories to another,' and a1s ''upon :The reply was, Ibathe"wa81; > acquainted S '- .f 'itr. ,,J...OLv.N. .. 4'1'..
Isaiah Cobb, Jr. letters between the United'States and the British .At .
:. ': ,Obituary and Marriage notices will I II WILL practice in the Eastern.Circuit. Business Walton Daniel MeLeod UchcannajAngusD..McKinnon forth American provinces-is to boas foIl wsi to with:the properties of,some plants and rootsh"ef.prepara'tf6rt T.E'. Poinsctt d .: r t; (. t'

: .:, 1..published gratis. entrusted to their care will be promptly attended : wit Single rate, if not.exceeding half an ounce; which he eiievedt'oulJ.: have.the desired uoLAS'Fla.tJa113Ji. tJ

:' : : Corammnicationi must feepW-t paid.J I to.' S February 19, IS32.-tf u \Viu.W: ; rccouwnII, double rate, if exceeding half an ounce but not effect; and anirndted with frendsbipr,5h ,i etot i S (Dear Sir This U'to certi'fr that On BoftWof;? O<
J-Savannnh RcpiMiran please publish tf., and IJ]61mc3 Abnef Baker Cerro Gordo exceeding an ounce; treble rate, if exceeding an b ; a"ndkfhe icine'di-I your Medicine tolled "INDIAN LOXECUSTt-;

Sanderson send their bill to this office. 5" Martin W. Brett ounCe, but not exceeding.anonncetand a half; alely. The material.w4ga'ered .b75.1L rmnentl.Jeved twoefonNeg'oefse-' 't
:\-1' .111 lot Kobt. B,. Golden and so on charging an additional-rate for every !vere Tharrhs..,l take pJeasare In reeommnjeg,4. !
... ATtohNtt AStl CorjKSri.IJ1R AT LAW, Orange Hill additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce. own bands, and then carefully compounded* I yoariralnable Medicine-a -
h Joseph S. Baker M D. Washington. Norman A.Campbell S The mode of computing rates-upon letters to it was completeI1! ; o cedf l-the:care was 10_of the best sad safest remediqforUais Lises*" O S
i.: HAVING.retnored his office from Columbia Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries, ** lbn6-'beardofOl'I.. \\Yoa. .
effectedvThe'fanie'pf ii ;
44 sprcadTn'g .
A.Tabor'Jackeon fe
S .
lit I : to Jacksonville Duval County PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE MID- the British North American provinces exoepted, ., ,- < '-' *-% ,., S 'III .. W.OMdNTY S

S .' respectfully informs his friends that he will continue 'WIFERY AND SURGERY., Fred'k R. Pittman Marianna U will, remain as at present,under the act .of 3d among a circle, orJfl nds3induce frequent ,To-oL: ; PoineU, Esq.S. .: .t

the practice of his profession as formerly. the Market and .4 S. C. Bellamy MarehI849, and agreeably instructions. appended applications fortne ,medicine, untIJ, to avoid '*" JACKSONVILUC, June th' wi. '
Office on corner of .ForsylhStreets S 44 5 James Griffin to the table of foreign postages.DIRECTIONS. the trouble of; making'ia"preparation ::each / H' _:At
He will .attend at each ana every'Torm of) 4' TJixlvin Stephens ; 'DcarSirr: I have used your IndiaaLoxeeust
the Court.llou'ie.JACKSONVILLE 1 ; "-
r'v : opposite lime, a quantity >vasmade'up arid kept on in my family and hard found It '
the Clrehtt-Court: in (be' several 'Counties ofthe Calhoun R. B. Evans Elountatown I a very Yaluaolh "f
'. FLA. tt Benj. F. Parker ]st. Every letter or parcel, not exceeding halfan band to give away/withbut: a thought of remedy/or Dianh t. I tale grea'fpleasare TSi l' ?'

S Eastcrj) Judicial Circuit, the County of Cet. 16, :tt. I"S Thos. J. Land'Frnnklin ounce in weight, shall be deemed&single letter ; accepting: a'rerauneration.More'. than"6he, ,recommending it tethepuMic.. ; v* t "n .
llamil tonkin the Middle' Circuit, 'tho Supreme or ratff. r <- ,J S Hespectfniry, J.t.TOWNSKfD. ) .
S I .
S hundred cures.wefe effected ,At. t"
Arch'd T.Bennett Apalachicola 2d. AU dro letters letters in length, by > ,. Ai' .. to t
I or placed Egber l'chit
any 1tE.q.
U. 'Court atg. United
'Court atTallahas. anil'th States IMuiiial Insurance '
ee, u' I
; .'. Sam'1V.. the advice of frieodsIand,tired of tbe inroads
S Spencer '
5' ttK post office, not ror'tra.n mission, but Tor delivery I JecxsoE.Ffa. r. iT I'S
Aagsftnc.JS4erS AH "business entrus'tc to his care Company, S -. C only shall be charged with postage at. the .rate of, .made upon.his time and. purse,he delermined !

will receive prompt attention. WEST POTTSDAM, NEW YORK. Middle Circuit.Gadsdea one cent each. : tomanufacture the medicine for sale'con-- : Dear Sir: This n4yoertify fo y'6? hat E.adk

S Address-Jj 'P, SAXDERSOX, Jacksonville, Love 3d. Each deputy 'postmaster, whose'compcnsa.- scious that what bad'prov d a-bfe.; : negro girl1Uft'eriug under"*severe -attack of Djarrhoea >
Edward C. Quincy singrto a and that the of Bcroe
KINGSLEY B. GIBBS Agent .. tion for the last preceding fiscal year (ending the i use one ]oro'I
> S. Dueal Countv,.ftrmda.Jacksonville. ., tt Robt C Lester 30th June)did not exceed$200,may send through few, could Hot lose: its:'vJttues'frotnC' being I preparation called.J*.Indian Loxecust? e'aany t
.. tf MAYPORT MILLS DUVAL CO., FLA. '4' Samnel B. Love I cured her, and .1 would take this !
S .Jan. 17. the mail all letters written by himself and receive offered to the'manyor"frorn having its mercantile -' method,of're-. .
I May 22.1851 UBOSTONkGUNB 4' Hugh O. McLeanLeon through the mail written communication's price, instead'bef being gratuitous.This commending it As a.very valuable Medicine. .
S McQueen McIntosh David W. Gwynn Tallahassee YourstrWyj5.JOHN: BRANTLEY. tt.tri
: addressed to himself on hiaprivate buE'inesswhicli .
then 'is oi-us.i PolnsWt. '
Oscar A. Myers tt hall not exceed in weight one half ounie, free of the'origirt 1 : Egbert; '. SS

.5 : ATTORNEY. .4.T LA IP"Vn.i. Y 1 tci Haley T. Blocker postage. This does not authorize them to frank POTNBETT'S INDIAN LoX.CCST. ,; .- J h :'fV LU. Jqlf2G. 'I1Dear. 1

S "\ .attend,the Circuit Courts in the Eastern COTTON FACTORS U John II. Rhodes any letters unless written by themselves, and .on He does not enter the fiel as a cometitdr Sir f Sometime jinee.I was ittaoketfwitIt : :

S Circuit; the United States Court at St. AND Wakulla Wm. J. Council NewportMonticello their private business only ; nor, does it authorize. for public.favor in: :the; rankst I of Quackery, a severe Diarrbcea- sever tba cOnkl not aU ; =
Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; GENERAL: COBIMISSIOV MERCHANTS. ." "Wm. W.Hall Mound written them to communications receive free of addressed postage'an to themselves thing but; He has no dream} of building up a splendid tend to. m" business I was i'ec6mikle4" .10'1 ,

:and prosecate Claims for'citizens in any part of S Abijah fortune from pills and "}lQrtYet hedoe l.Tour 'JNDIA'i LOXECUST Ip1'OCur, .
Corner Sen/ and Jefferson Streets, 1C 5 Alfonso It. Combs and on their private business. Botti or it. A' thq same time two members ot '. '

Florida against the Government Washington, SAVANNAH, GA. Jefferson Thomas 1'. Chaco _. not rofes5..to be so dismtercsled-'a philanthropist ,my family! were afilicted with the same 'disease;' '
either before Congws er at the Departments. tt Craven G..Fife 4' XeiFfpaper Rates,per qtiarlertchtn sent fromthe as to offer his-rfiedicine for the"pub- We'all used the medicine from f the 'one Bottle''; .' .

,*. 0> Aonfets*, Jacksontitle, East Horttfct. :JOliN UOSTON.JJOHN H. OCKBY. <. Daniel T. Len office publication, to actual' and bona fide. lie good alone.' H '\fjl.jh -l'and hopes'tci! realize and I am now happy to inform you that it:e'afe'il' ',.,
f' l' October 30, 18.1. if. -C' John Woolen c. ; a fair re arh'foVbTs Jab nd ihiei: us all entirely. ?We are now aU well.and hearty ?
: Mav230 t' !; : ** Alex'r.McDonalaSaml. Court-house From after the 30th of June, 1831. for each r. from tho u.e of mdy out Bottle of your Valuable ,: .
:Madisoh has
E. M. MOORE & CO. 4' fl. Sessions newspaper not exceeding three ounces in weight, pense to v.hich'he been'subjecteJ-;: : I Medicine. ours, truly, : **- '--
:James W. Bryant, 41 .John H. Patterson tttc the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly offers'no universal remedy for "the ills that (4: TIMOTUYJHA11KIS.! i?

:' ATTORNEY'AND Cot'NSELU>R-ATrLA\v, 'GIEN ERA L "S RobertIcKinneyS ff in advance. ''These rates only' apply where flesh" s heir i ,)';'butsimpIy claims to have ,0 Z. p&r.E8it'1 -tf, : .StS. ? .- ( :

COmmISSION S the paper is sent from the office of publication to in the Mandarid FJ QeI. 1; ,
discoveredVreraedy 18n
Will attend to Professional business ia the MERCHANTS AND IIamlItbn Henry J. Stewart Jasper actual and bwvijidt subscribers. vegetable king- S JL i ;
: Coa Sir-Some.time
Dear inC I .
r-. U William Day S dom for a. ,certain i kind of disease firmly wat'oaaruitoear- (-
.I. of the Ett Circuit of Florida, and in the Federal FACTORS' 4' 55 ,V m. J. J. Duncan believing that \vneniie it will ;core.be your place, and was. suddenly-,takpa Tery!l1iek..': .
.' Court for the Northern District of Florida. (Smelts' new Warehouse 4' Jeremiah B. Smith says Tour Indian Loxecnat was reccDlute de4Th4r""
5' '' 5 ,$4 flllfl but speaks what the namE of that medicine frieod-t hat I was visiting happened to hare'at, > trt t:

.N;1,' ALSO AGEN' Sr .Saij-Street, Savannali, Ga. Eastern Circuit.Coium'iis > purports idtlielseminble'dialect J l THE TRUTH tle'or it in.ih bou.w ADd 1 uedit &rnd t plea ? .!

,' 'S .S for general'Business in tb't'- rwpectinjjgmnts E. M. MOORE N.0 Geo. S. Herbert Alligator (; ,', ._ sure in Infottningjffa that'it earea j-rte..\;J anj. M. HARRIS. !
;ST.IP and of the location I S. Scarborough .4 averse to baring my name in print,out'still for
o.tiO land-ni Oct. ZJ, 1851. tf. .4' A. .1. \Vright the benefit of those that may be afflicted,you eaoT ,
thereof.p .uP .
)'.-l or selling a Lawrence K. Mickler P H UJ UJ : publish this S if you think it necessary.' 'tt
LOUD & CO. -
AGENT Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Not Yours with respect,
S Ao A. M. Caston Newnansvillo t tt1
;' for the Claims upon the United FactorAnd Commission Mercltitnt, Alachna<. Sam'l'Russell over 50 miles29 ,15. 10. 5 21 1| THE MOST CERTAIN ANti SAFE S '8USA. NAH. ARTLEr S I tI

S SAVANNAH 'U Chas L. Wilson* U Over 50 and not over REMEDY FOKTHE..CU.RE.OFO'HRONIO Dr E PoiDseU, Js.c rptf1:,;,4. ,-Wf. ". SS I
other services
.te for.Military or pnsions1 5 300 miles 50 SO 20 10 5
-S 2i JGraTe 1JJ l"JJ L J$61.- .
Aipplies furnished'volunteers, and for horss or No. 118, S Bay reStrict t. Dnval, Felix Livingston Jacksonville Over 300, not over 1000 S : DIARRHCEA DerS.irXo.as51ndian t- Lolecnst* *ia' a*nr goo4med-.a .5)

F .ther the United Stats attention Will be given to the sale of Cotton 4'tttt 'Isidore II.V.Smith(Garuie itVt miles. .75 4330 15 7i 3J icine. Some time since I purchased a bottle fro.n$ '. i
propr1los..fonrbich Geo.
:: # as .; Over 1000,not over 2000 ND'O'f A M.Reed Eia.;your agent and gate it toV oael .1
,or other produce,and liberal advances made Uriah_ Bowden_ Ma.ndarinNassau miles 100 60- 40 20 10 5 of my negroes that had suffered hey much' from .r.
1 A ddress Jacksonville.East Florida. when desired.. S 7- Over 2000,not over 4000 "1 S DYSENTERYWhich a severe attack of.Dysenterj.'Itenre him. Sotta .
i< C..C. Bessent Woodstock Mills ,
JOHN W.C. LOUD. P. II.LOUD." Over 4000 miles 150 90 60 30 15 7J same disease: ;'1 purchased another bottle asd it
: OSCAR Jan. 22 S It stands its and needs ,
HT, 1852. ly. upon own merits no .
.t St. John's Gad Humphreys St.Angnstine tured him also. -4., '

l' : 4 T'Th'tl 1, f. -CC IV 1\T > 1.4W. Peter B, Dumas DIRECTIONS.S puffing. .IT his NOT'FAILED; TO CUREIN I do not-hesitate.moaieD'- reeomcendinyourlndiamLozeeueit. >

.. Office.upon the Second floor' ; Court-house" WH. II. TUNNO Raphael B.'Oanova' 1st. Weekly papers on/y, when sent as above A SINGLE STA CE..4 the pabliev as being .nu.
street. stated are to be delivered free in the county where most certain remedyforDyIlODt.ery that 1 have .
Forsyth .
": Blanehard Palatka ,
II. R.
S WILL practice in the several counties of the FACTOR SOUTHERN WHARF, Putnam ttit Stanislaus Glinski "" they the are mail published over 50;miles.and this. although conveyedin THIS V several.luAbldpreparation'medicinal roots growing is compounded in the I I publish ever nsed this.or heard of..', Ifjrou'Itfurs'see truly proper, '. ,' ybd- *can '"on

Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the Jan.22.0ly Charleston S. C. Robert T. Boyd 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 square Wilds of Florida. It is PURELY and WHOLLY i Mu PR1CE.
1sS collection of claims against the United States for OrangoMarion William Campbell Enterprise inches, are to be charged one quarter. the above Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure Dr E JoinS t .'Jicl.SOnvme: 1
5 5
a' Henry A. Crane Mellonville rates.3d. .' of the above disease. The Inrenttfr and Propri- !

1 Military .nc.acd for Horses lost, or other DOLLNER & POTTER. Elijah Wntsttn Publishers of newspapers are allowed to exchange etor is fully convinced that it i! an'.invaluable I .. JAcksonViile, Fla., Sept.25,1S51...".. ,

property lost destroyed by troop said service. S eneral Commission Merchants John M. Mclntosh Ocala free of postage,one copy of each number Medicine. In fact the test that he has given n Df EPoinsett-Sir: This is to certify that I

I .Also, claims for pensions soldiers,or ,154 Front Street, Corner Maiden .4 Robert Bullock only; and this privilege extends to newspapers in the town in which he resides, and the .ton- have been permanently cured of a severe lJiarrb!*.' ; ,"
Lane 4' S. E. IJelvenslon Flcmmington published in Canada. selling success with which it has met warrants by the use of your most valuable medicine called'
I V he widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. Up Stair, New'York 4' Jesse M. Willis Ocala 4th. The weight of newspapers must bo- takenor him in saying that.it .U a POSITIVE CltTKE Indian Loxecust after Sufferipg for more than 12 L ()

'S S Also clair for bounty land to officers and soldiers WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted determined when they are in a dry state. He has therefore come to the determination to months with that distresslu'g dISease. Itakeplea-

'I and tie widows and orphans of deceased officers tilt their care. Particular attention given to tho : S Southern Circuit. 5th. Postmasters are not entitled to receive place it within the reach of all, knowing how many sure in recommending your most 'valuable medicine .'<
; newspapers free of postage under their franking suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous to all 5mil r1y'affiicted. S
sale of Cotton
and soldiers. Lumber, Timber and Hfflsbert Simon Turman Tampa : ,
,; Turpentine; t privilege S Disease, particularly ia the Southern.ant& 1 remain yours truly, I'
S Also,will give his attention to conveyancing, also to the purchase of goods. S *!,- Martin J.Cunningham Hagler 6th. Payment in advance does not entitle the \VesternState.: ..= -., -" ,-e A. J.JOHSSOY. "

to examing titles and records, and ascertaining tcj-Liberal advancement made on consignments. Benj. Hill party paying to any deduction from the abtivc In <.Indian(Xibxeeusl**"'j>e Formerly : ,N. C.CLTFTON .

S claims to l nch. February 19, i8i2.-1y. Ilernando.. Elias Malcnmb G. Knight C. Peterson Spring*' rates particular the labeL and look. for'my mit/en- signature. :Fia,bet : 6;1351;

L.frfr All business entrusted to him will meet with .. Nathan'l M. Moody Rates of Postage to be charged upon all transient .1 refer the public below S to "a few certificates se- Dear Sir: OneJBottleofyonrLoxeensitiaiepai:

prompt attention; and all instruments of writing K, S. DARGAN Ezekiel L. Seiph Newspapers every other description Printed leeted from among many received from respectable pletely cured one of my men of a long standing: : !!

I 4 5 will be executed- by him with neatness and de Monroe Benjamin Sawyer Key West Matter, except Aewtpaptrs and Periodicals, citizens of:'JacksonvilleEgBgRT-. ." obstinate Diarrh .-Fron*its eonipSeUand ccv-

,. DESTIST .1 James M. Braocwcll published at intervals not exceeding! three month ,;POINSETT... aiD efficacy where all other medicines hid failed. ,
I"f spatch.Jacksonville (OF COLUMBIA, SOUTH CABOL1NA,) ftt Robt. Clarke and sent from the office of publication to actual I take pleasure in recommending it as a.most
Jan. 25.1851. tfv S NFOItMS S < John Boyle and bona fide subscribers.NOTE. P.: S. Planters should not ba without this valuable valuable medicine. Yours &e., 'S ". '

r:! I Florida that hit ha friends will and acpnalntances of Medicine Every family .! gb'. to .keep it'I : :, C < '- T. E. BUCDI..u\. ,
make I
a professional visit hand., ; '
on ,
V. ,
I S A.a .B H C Y to the State about. the 23th of January, and will And ex-offioio Tax Assessor and Collectof. .-For each :s CI Q S A. AU REED, principal.Agen&'for: crt Jackson i I To Dr. E. Pdinsctt..'

fOR 'FL.WUS AT WASHINGTON remain Ocala and.one the month. Will visit. Jacksonville, additional ounce, or a go. .s ora villo. s .J 1 Jacksonville Nov. 12, IsiJ.} r
adjoining counties. Such as liJ.y For:the, Afflicted. fraction of o I id-
to. desire his obtain an ounce, SO o .2 Mr.E. Poinsett-Dear Sirj take pleasure
William E..nnaugh him services.to Ocala can them by notifying SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes beyond tbe ten ounce Z5 R"j R. R ,, i. S S TEST1MONIALSS.tVEN expressing to you my approbation of your Indian :
f'-' by letter ,or meet him at that ixjio t COUGH .
in this table .
Ashthmatio and an adSo Loxicnst medicine.. I hare it
other Consumptie Hepatic '< as a family used
} >KAK VrrlXAKIl'S HOTEL PESSSTLTAniA AVESHE or Jan.any ]5-22.designated I824tANERICA1J. of practible access. Pills, derangement of the Liver, Spleen, ditional rate will be |1 11. |1 |. C:4-1a: .with good aucces ,Y uri respeeifnlly.*
:5-. I- Continues' rive his prompt attention to the ar- &o.; Tonic Pills and Bitters, for the Dyspeptic; charged. 0 ts t. IeN t. t $;CURED f ft t. J..S W A.RT.

J' rangement and: prosecution- claims before Congress AND FOREIGN Antalgic Pills,Ointments and Tinctures, for the Z ora.o S'o"o ; 10 Six Mu E CREEK,FLA., Dec. 9. 1s,1" Jacksonville, NOT. 17.1851. '*.
and .
relief of Nephutic, Utarine,Rheumatic gouty o o S ,"
or of the Execntire Departments. Mixtures for arresting Mr Poinsett, *. Mr. PqinsetiThis will inform'youf'iirat'fp'r
any AGENCY pains Poenitetme Pills and
al ; Cts..Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. SIR Fur the benefit several Jean' I Ba> .suffered much at difiereit't
: of the'afflicted e
Claims arising from the Revolutionary Florida speedily,.(cito, tuto jecunde,) neucous and youcan
t CITY OF WASIUJfOTOIff, the One ox. or under 1 2' 3 4 '5 publish the following hard had seven cases of (tofu Chronic Diarrhoea. I ha..e tried your, .
other '
discharges from urinary organs Styp- -
1 .r Mexican wars; Invalid, Revolutionary, Half- Over 1 oznotover2 oz. 2 4 6 8 10 Diarrhoea Indian Loxecust and entire
received ,
the direction' of AARON other on plantation this seasori :all ot an relief
IIAIGIIT tio for uterine and Haomofbages Antihy 44 : ;
!: 'H Idows* Pensions Naval I.: UYDBR 2 3" .,.,3 6 .9 ,12, .13. which have been : and hare no reason to doubt its being { .
S pay or ; or Army; of New York, and WORTH. dropical Ointments Powders and Potions, for reducing 3 S' 4 "' 4' cured by the-uso of yotir most. permanent: ,;
It I INGTON GARRETTSON .. 12 16 20 valuable medicine called Indian-Loxeeust: Believing it to be a duty which I owe to the s -
SNETHEN Cardiacal Pills fir
Bounty Land br&rip, under law of Feb. 11, of New dropsical swellings 4 4' '4. 5 4' 5 10 .LS' '
I 1SJ7 or AngustloV;:ISIS; Arrearages of Pay and Orleans Attorneys 'and ''Counsellor of the Supreme diseases of the heart and purification of the blood ." 5 .' Ui 6" G 12 18" 20 2-1 ,"30"25 : '.Yours respectfully;'" JOHN PRICE' Jr. flicted* I present you this certificate, which"yoif ,
Court eaa use as think I !
of the you .wi155also
United State Alterative Pills for the renovation of the consti- : : I proper. gay;
6" :
1 Mileage doe returning Volunteers; Claims for This establishment i* formed for the following tntion; Antidysenterie Pills, for dysentery' and 7 .8 7'" .. 7. 14 21 2S ''35 S S STILL ,ANQTttr.Jl.: : ] ; S that in eon'f'eningwith"Dlany who have used your
Hones lo other objects -5 5 8 16 24 32 40 'i Black : lit 1852. 1 medicine, I have not found one who did bot ,
; tj i-a d Property destroyed; Ex diarrhoea; Magic tinctures and Embrocations for 44 9".9 18 i CreekFla.yFeb.J re--."
27 36 45 r'
4i p* ,e .inctirre5by Volunteers before being mustered 'li-for: practicing law in the Supreme Court of the speedy relief of-nervous affections:especially :!. 8a 44, 10 10 20 30 40 60 .Dear Sir-Some time ainCl'a'me't 'ormj ceiverellef.S S JOHN.-. "Cf f .,
p anil the United Mates, and conducting professional those of females; Disinfectant and Prophylectio family was very ill, indeed, wiLlis DiarJ'h a. ''J 1 i LEY'Pastor
# received into service CknrchJhckson'vj&
f.; ; Waggonmasaai business before Congress. Washes, (the farmer secure against infection,'am DIRECTIONS. resorted to: several things us aU"1ti"en"for the S Method&t .

TtanuUr*' claiuui; Marincj',..ilor.'. 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims the latter neutralizes by.-chemicaL process any 1. On transient Disease, but none of them would afford'Uny 're\ .S -** Jacksonville, Dt ."4th iaJEtiDr
tc., Jte. -' in law or equity against the United State before contagious vicns.with which one may chance to every newspaper;unsealed! "cir- lief.: >Your Indian Loxceust was recommended ,
Congress or' the executirt Colic for children Dis- cular handbill, engraving;pamphlet-periodical: sererat ..E.Tofnseit-Dear sir s ''Thre parti .'bl.t
Departments, oragainst come in contact;) Syrups, by persons r.I madernp my mind to tryjt;
Having:aU the forms nccwoary for a properpresenttii magazine book,and' every .other"description of Bottle of your most valuable medicine' called la
foreign Governments freckles lie. -
before Boards of cutients" for .swellings pimples, ; and am very glaB I'did'acJdie ctQeIefeetecacure. ,' :r
ofcl&lms: together with the rules Commissioner ," Salve, forsores; Unguents, for itch scaldhead! printed be matter the above rates must'.in*taU'cases Yoa.will. please'publish'tais z such dianlioxecust has entirely relieved me of a sever/ '

1 _J mad regulations, gorerning; the different Deport I 'S. For the settlement of"accounts with the burns&o.;Collyria for sore eyes; Dcntiefices andCollntories 2.prepaid Whenever according to the.weight. a valuable !jMedicineT ought' .to' be ;known- ta -attack of Diarrb a. I cheerfully recommend-
'whit '
State Treasury,* War Nary, Post, and 'for the teeth and and various any printed'matter on -the the it medicine. to those similarly afflicted. .< S
Saents b.1I i Office gums public.-Spread far and near in order. thai ;
: "
I l prepared to undertake all claims of postage is required tobeprepaid shall .'" '
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Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission other,remedies are' manufactured Border: on ( throughthe the afflicted.may find relief.: : ,Yo r8 &c.,. : 'I With respect yours tie.:. .
rii what kIM oertf;that: the service of fines inattention Postmasters, or otherwise'besent S > _;_ -t ANDRE Sf S
may penalties and forfeitures for alleged chemical and pathological 'principles universally! without ment.the shall be r' ,. ELIJAHBLITCH., .S THADT.q! "w.. f ,
1 .fan Agency at this place. violations of tho re venue;post office, or other recognized by the profession,and generally kepton with double the prepay above rates.same charged S Td Dr E PoinseLL.tI & s S .. at
*. h hand the'Brick Office'of OK BAltKft, :;- :Sealslahd Cotton Gins. rE .
jaw at >
iir PNUeu1arttet1englen to the proper' settle ._.. For securing letter patent 5---for. Invention opposite the Court House. -' ,3. Bound books and'pareeli of printed matter, J A: o fj ;t : gUsf15ti.)s5c" : ..ri1 SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity 4 \'t T i

53: .eet of Oluit Vn.Mt r'accounts.' NChargeInoderate '' from the United State*.or (rom foreign, Governments PRICE per bottle, phial box tc., with directions net mailable weighing/over:82 matter.ff: ounces"shall' jbe'j deemed "Dear Sir This'will inform you that one bottle .<)to Inform the planters ofL4ng Staple:Cottons ,-< -

S and regulated by the amou t and procuring land warrant and pensions for their use, f 1,00PRESCRIPTIONS Periodicals published At"i"in'tervsJs not :exceed*.? of your medicine;called INDIAN,v LOXKCUST;1 i has that he still continues the manufacture of the ,1 ,'

r claimed iad the'extent of services required', under tho" 'Various. pension' law'of' -the United in extenso, with medicines .. ing three'montbg;and sent from the office'bf permanently curedJwo of my/ negroes of severe latest improved ROLLER HORSE GL S.'a 1N
States. S l- S : ,$ ,X ia hand, and from |5 to $100 according to actual attack of.Dysentery.. :I"consider an excellent bbs and single,at his usual rates and Is ready. &:"." .IS
eoTfi'municaUons fide
All andbona
; to. Insure insertion must 6_For collection generally'embrming;debt,' to contract and the nature of the case, when to be with ,subscribers, are medicine for this complaint,.and take great pleat fill all orders at the shortest notice. J? ,y.; .*,
charged half the
one 'rates .
be ,
S r to pest.Mi4t.. dee ; 1 legacies,'aJ1d'lnherit&nce."ia the United States the cure is completed;'or,in incurable caset.when in the last above table mentioned sure ia recommending it to t.b6 puhlie.j S For the reputation of the Gins apply to the fottV' *
jt_: : .' -____ and foreign countrie .. -- the relief promised is afforded.- Special contract ter's thereon and prepayment of a quar- rl p> pecUully.-yqursyT 'T lowing Agents,X>r to those who hare them la'usei ,
must iu
postage >
,6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of made in chronic cases, when desired, :' cases be required. .. ,,,. A ,S.D4PEkNADEz. *, f
SAMJI, HOYT ,&, c.o ., the State or Territories of the Union; and.loan Orders from a d distance with, money enclosed. three Periodicals months pnbli hed'at intervals of"more]than ; ..To Mr.'r E. foinaeU.t.J\ ". T 'f... ,', LGENTS,5; 1.. 5 : ;
on' of real S will > are charged with the full.rate... which! oj 'Vrnilonga & t Ga.J: ,
ing money mortgage estate' lying meet with promptattentlon.S .v
'""" r' ;.
GEIIIrmI!! MERtHAIT therein. S .Jacksonyilto, Doe 2iSBl.; : It. must be.prepaid. ;\. f "J. .T: -_*-fNOTE. : i 'T1iERET.lS', 'No PAIL 'ni'7T;' 4. 'S Cape.:B. R.By thewood, Beaufort S.C.. ,. -

7. For investment of funds United States : > -'In cosd there Is on or many newspaper -I StT J hneEeaehF1a4 r ; Feb. 6thi:1832. .. .Scott & DeVeanx..c arleateD.TIsoJ. 8.pl i .
and State stock and loans;collection of the dividend pcriodioal, pamphlet, or other!printed matter or ; -, &Ham't 0caJa. E.Florida. : < .
In The
Buying And-flilling Of thereon,and;generally for the transaction paper connected therewith, any manuscript of. Dear' Sir:Hartng' used fybutfmost\Talnable ''Fernand; Babe .&.C.qJaebon E'F&jrl;' ft\ .

EVERVf DESCRIPTION 'OF: AGRICUL--of all' bnetncM pertainii.g to,&'law, l ,;1md .,JACKSONVILLE; EAST FLOUIOA any kind by which information shall be asked for,' Medicine called dian"Luteu":with complete 'KR.1)ukes. Pa1at.ka.E.F. ... '
ap 55 .
S : banking agency. S mHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully inform the or communicated in writing;or by marks or signs success in my family, 1 feel it a duty I owe to you 4.'y : <

; .TlmAL IMPLEMENTS "AND- 'AH ,communication addressed ''postpaid. : ,' 'to? 'S" ,'public in general;that thi House wil be all .the sold newspaper periodical, pamphlet, or other and the public t InJbrmTyou that myself and two S "8X:; bUofc>cSniM&EF).: : ,"t '

rJfA.CJlJ.NER y: MeMn. Palmer & Snethen; American and'For- completed prepared for the reception of Board printed matter becomes.subject to letter postage; children have been cured"ef a' severolblarrhoeatfith 4'ge(&J i.t to .v
1 'L 'ALSo. en by the'first of.,October next,7-hning and it is Jhe :dttty*>f %Postmaster to Ove it,-.bCD nothing 4se would give-'us relief. C' : L.
4 5.' sign Agenej city of Washington, will receive :day j : : 0. ".G&..o'-..... ... I".,t .. ."_ :_. ." '.
11 .
Wtt Georgia and Freneh Burr Mill Stones i Eusopns prompt and faithful attention; 'Y- about fin hundred feet front.With piazzas in front the wrappers and envelopes from all printed,mat Publish this u you please., Tours respeoUullyrfir ,. -"J"AL8JY. ''"

f Colagen, CdUii and Bolting Cloths. Also,every \. ; S fALMER & SEETHE/, I and rears making it as comfortable as any House ter and pamphlets notTchafged with latter postage .. ; .CHA&vWWN I-4, .'*_EmA. F-f Boxes Aim. BKDSHXS*&n .uifi.wm'"j \

f: ',. kIM of produce North sod Sooth and CMH paid S Office No.5 Carroll Mace Capitol Hill. in the South; and will be able to, accommodateover for the purpose of &5cortalnLn5whOthet.' thereupon -4s ;Z'VrEPotnsett 44.. .d 1Ir1Jr ,' snbsoriber; a* mod .eativ ult jthad of'Nail..i"< i

r for Wool-Hides, Deer Skins and Shipping Furs.BAM'L ; Jay. S .''lawt. one hundred.and'fifty-persons. Hfr would in or such'connected with' any* such' -"printed'ms-Mor. '"::. ll*' q !jA"caV6: 'viilB'May. S h1S5le'i [ 'Gtiu' or Gins',rerjalred;please>direet OB to*AgeaU waafingT'-.; .">>
or matter '
package .
the South any lr thing
more to which
; f say particularly those.visiting i-5'W:.i'ifV.rF < "" oiT1* .
.j .. HOYT.; 1LWrrOYL.' S BILBO.J 'Bountv'Land and General for health and the benefit of our delightful climate would authorise or.require she.Cb 6G1'of a higher a This I is to certify it I with mucbplcd.sne Uia\I.] ,brto* \-4 ic5cnf1. .SL.'BURN :,'. _
I ",11m'i .Agency,i he has had an eye to their especial:/comfort and rate of postage thereon.. : ''N: ,| 4-' announce to the Publiolhat I bavebeeiect.n. .ItJ \M. ;J .T,* -' 5t:1hrJ'iGOQrfJa4j: .. S SIawne&L

.!cwztes5 Washington C. S ha made his arrangements to make all why may 5'.S- .J 'PQstmNter Gene .1\ ': ally cored of4h. dUtiesringfiomplaln't cjDod'Wy*- .- 1e '- t '.l t-i'f.. -" "t ';'

S fc /AibTsvJsItCo.., FL&aLLUS&BLAIT.f give him a call;comfortable and well cared for. 'P011'_OrDaisiaJu .118 fi tntery, by. highly/reoointnendad; remedy ,or; : ,_:_ : ;. ,
tsnr.Wirfs JOt It IVALMKS, fiwirr, DCXSLQW. & tiro prompt .fcKThe Tallahassee Stage'Agency i* 'at.,thi .., Mr. h\Poi I ." I had-reaofted toinanrthjngs t1
I G..;Savannah,,.Oa.j' Wj P...ga.t. & Co., d"'"and CLAIMS efficient of.attention (o ;tb. BOUNTY House,. "' : J "' 'r: : "" 5SAMUELBUFFiNGTOD MASON" -BRICKLAYING- ,PLASTER; hut of HOsir.aU;' ".. induced, t<<| try.his<:jcrjpalatableand 1tl-T1rEOFF C'E SMNjjig DIEifjmi
1, E York RtroOLM NOUES MASON t Co. Bos officersandioldiflneneand pleasant Medicine
New ani to
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4- 5 ton, &;;Looxis, Eaow, New London ia tbe FLORIDA Wag, or iirfitheYof. Ihe-IaDiAir S : : i. INGt"h.k'I. fh" satisfaction was don JUete1y tdred"within 'a > S O" THESEVERA'- W4is J CZ'd', "

S '." Ct.j IL 8.McCoUM,Caoa.Wlhnington;DeLi ,WARS in which the UV States har* been S .Sept. 18, 1851.-6m.. PROPRIKTQJJ, T ttE'UNDElisIGNEn tAhia Iiteth do' days and have not been;'troubled'siace'with tfiii ': 1' ... RErOr.f1"101ot A.It-,1.. _.i

4 < Savanfib, ingurt 28th,.1851. sept.,44fJOEWX or theWar' with"Great'-Britain 'of' ISfijttoclaims informing tb public that ireadY'lo'do-- so much dreaded-disease: 'r .i cccx> i' ixr m"o reentAot-- "it.1""t.M. 'eot.1! "
en the U.States for MIUTART SERVICES.turrtrts Bricklaying, Masonry I to other.I nJH llat.'cm. : .
.. Plastering; StnoooV'oTk. 5- am happy sty hareeome e -M".M\l'leCi\1ld) .eI'Jtle&- .--'SW8OUI11AND
rto" wssioss LOST and to .vQL OHHOJJS > ," &o.&o. 'He"will furnish under Im cnniCt on'iwitbin'Y61 .
.a01'E..TY'&ol' 'plans and "dr wlDga. ry w.jlayse : Ib'toni08'tol'otWt ( ,
4. !MAYEE,:DRnGGISTOa. any description of \ gent or lT ESUBSCRIB&R. when desired.by person. for whom:;hei< engaged lebeerfullyM4Th'mitv toitheJ&lrea41 bv'mws wldo1ra1Id mtiz.w eb d1tf'Uio -- .>
Attorney. WasUhgtonv. Fer-procaring,Land 1 : to 'execute work "without great amount'bf' : '..
< .xtra:ehargB./He is testimony wtthiTeganl tof 1 nmr' t
.: JKt.. ,. Warrants,his charge win br|5ffIB other eases ",IHI _., buying> recently ned'dKjBBKfaczs well known to. the .citizens of Jacksonrille, *a Valuable'Med clu.. .amprespeefullyj. Ico..fr t undertakfr deceased;&r9"ar'tJs.\tiU"ecf-Tfi.8ItbIeriber a>?modera&4emPe&tIoui'tho j9

-11'J': .._ MjFERS/or.iJ ertry article- in hUla the charge will be proportioned to the n&thr.nd' ,ttjiBL I the licit aboT.HUMwould'.pec uijy so competent,mechanic, and work he has perfonned'&tread Sz, fD 'C 'fa vMHEARN olaim;ef thoM IAterD.to14 b ea employed -' ";.z.
the of tbe
| .of basinMS, besides--..- difficulty of the case..r this .omeflvetosiz patronage public.; Th re I' ,for citiiens of the plaee.he refers as an' "To E.l'olniettE.erj: 11'' It 1 i'O1"t'fW / ta jttbliff, .office tot sereral yMrs/Us experience! :
at IInoc '
_. vri, G..GaI.1Amp. CamphIDe. He will also aet ta eoDOtctIOl1'w1th, Agents or are rooms lPiedil' additional eyidence 9f his qualiflcations.-"'**TT. <" '; IX ;:'rer'd.f '.. ti".P' laOTohjnatterswOl enabla.him, toaI'Oid.t i,..J
I Attorney in Florida who ba several of tho somewlthr places.; The ; :
may employed in j J. ., #
Warruited,Fresb .J OO-'Cast and Moulds for ornnment&tSAste tIng t. \ It. 'fI' 'J"--2't\.1 frf' *
'Garden ; raoWUea 1cr
e S ', Bounty Land*nd other claims on terms;which" II within one hundred and fifty yards of the Post JJio furnish JOHN-IV RS. :' *-'Dear Sir Lc aiderjt tobmattt4aty; UNQ1PP l
S ..:. ." .' S maybe agreed'upon.; Letters '[which should be Office and wharves. ,The;.Ildonlpod U Agent .rn' .'T l'h:." It\..V::, 'OJ .f, "I' H'H \ tGi foI'1ll.YO 1ltaU.'ad b.ebongudera oS10s'ud ATe the.: l4f.* .bIe'
S DeP'JiI/.O.- : for Genoot.fourboreeoeehu4 J. l raJfe "OwQ .IIa1.1muo.'tf tn4sxense; II Wbere'M,9btOthIng, .
paid will rpoeire immediate attention. VAT two-.horse
post J
: riolenS attack whiehiaffled
- ,At wholesale and retaiL experience III putting BAtteries very oJiarrhceai the huge IaJPade ebt '
> .June 6. : iiwtf. t t, Hack Miillines both leaving for Ocala semi-week Sugar :solloiU poet.pi1Jwlfl ,
U tf' B. Pfcfrlt fcwra&jtarraad aJway.freih, ,'j I,. For further particulars apply at.the offlcel of work ia that line,, confident that he can giro 1 do or two Physicians, Bad-nrendetedLlntt uhlo'to lr phtcel\u 1i iad tS ,tt l
5 and for sals lo*. ,la.the S ', thQ &II1fleat e&tIflioUon': \Qharces moderatei. any work,1Bstfortimnately. when about to InitrucUons sen4r 4" J
Sr L" as .s s .bi purchased iQZBrRINVN2GJ ; the Jacksonville Republican andNew..o., .:: < j gir all hopueyer.b'bI \relief- :' :
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up heardof ,
Southern market tot eaifr Crdit.i '* ft? J' O..wIBBNNETT.&tl
.,- ew"approred, S orricef S : JAMESBASKIW4.4 l t'.1 ,. S JtJj .' : onr "iNpIAN LOXECUST ,iwd th ittiof 'Ji' S "ft".r, r. 0
N8.J1-J( JNO& ,ltUTLr'tueUTEP. TillS. PalaikVJannaiTf8"i852._ .U .: JacksonYJlle"Maf. 2tJ" t85..;( ;
: 5 II y, .fire Bottles- hu- entirely t restored- me to health,f- *. October 1850r "AWaahlr.
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