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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 25, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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< ; rained upon, every extreme fle .locked l the drive h6me an'd bringi his wife out to join The doctorsoon.fqrwtbat the injury-she I &
::i his; last letter'tVthe Albjujy do"drtold Jier:'that te* '.house 'Vpasfu11pi ffes'tivities. !Leaving "nfs companion 'at had received would;render alKcare Bsele L raLJJi U j : eyerman.t et1eTt izi,
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hi? men*and that rhe truste'd sh r would "now the iiotelb; ''drove''to town; and astonished eathb m kMherifo'rbts ownf The fl. B. Metcalf, ; Sc2i

an tti mptofanAidehcan W Genoa*, to'.. .ob- cheerfully fulL her= :engagernenta .Tbr e MrsJ Ferguson byinviting :herto don her. pcese anf care, hoyeVeCwhlcVwaa bestowed GE..fetalf, !? '
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the a aDjiiladetpbiitt bourij sbe;. xpostnlated.and8trugglett {wiih best apparel and -repkif.with him to the ballroom uppftter; brougbt'her. from a stale of :bre are a&'k1enouFh1
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'tvho acquaintance;he La this impetuous wcoeiy, .The remainder, WgiveinSft.'jWeed's ,*;' where *they cob Id "become young torpor-fo SomeUUtle feeling'Her'halfdCj ;, 'Win;' Craf; fjje9V4son ,, x,

enjoyed for evcraI yearskoa of the th. brasrShefhe again for'a moment,-atid give a proper finale attendants had yet-ahopefoc the bestj bot 'r. tci,1, baiftq bq

bf/\vhich Various rumors have / '/ fihding an'?6pftrtSn1ty; seed' 'to-the'ahnfve'rfeilry.of the battle of -New Or-. death,came on apace: no balm could'cure an b Victor.Duprat Saestn; et1 ..
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recently been circtilated in the papers. the! tongs, broke thewindow'itidmade 'anoutcry !lekhsi' 'MrsF.. looked .at her husband, and injured,.framerwhbseangeipirit was; if r KK.,( oy"i f' t>;ti iuif* nannnu.ilr i bJo4otlie n*
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person but'he'immediately his hand to'1 her surprise be wore the' appearance 'of xissibie,1; till more dreadfuHy"wonnded;Her r.J'lutis-, '
placed i
alier Wycoff who was the factotum of Fan-. A ,-CwtJavwpoojuy ?/ "IChaij ,mwe
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upon per mouth and forced: her -back&:a having managed1 conceal lays bfsuffering-weretherefore-few J "ari Hedge. :: oLnrpwn
'lIT Etisler during her-, American tour. TheJadf his real condition and -the felt on the m m.which she fled .4 "" .j' '
seat, soon after hich he.,made ran, attempt ? 'good woman ming; into the i jaeMjmjtn4. T.-AtaffustiniL.'KfAntm'vf,
!s Miss 'Mary Gamble; daoghter"ofJohn to 'administer chloroform, unsuccessfully,' snrely'tempted to try the long-neglected ac- fields..wbere; 'folly, ,never;,'iot ,. tbe\bright Joseph DarentxriT 'Av.BiropsottV' mates ." '* L

Gamble, Esq 1 of.Philadelphia.- but he-said if driven ta makeanolh r itt- torirbtishinent by which Ishe was'once distinguisbed'above spark ofureason : turneo' orice"again Geo4rr,. I 'o'md sonn7jounhyn1so rnahytygr,
came, when a child, to England, where .she tempt she could not itsreffect'This :her/eftoba, and by which she -all powers' of'mind came';backith- : A'ffi % *v b'eiieejf
escape' held
was adopted and educated by he'r'uncle Mr. alarmed her so mhch'that'she had,-ensnaf ed Hhe heart' of her ,wayward newed strength';' and calling around her the 'Coneluilon' ,; or Jlr-\VebrterV Ad 1ogthe'ra '.
,again promised t tontii .
Dunlop a gentleman of fortune. In person tp m.riyhim.. He said,that where so much husband wbeft'.he' was considered a'/i'f/ nice weeping; group,'with''whom; she bad parted fore tb' wT0rb' IIUtorIeaKSo,>! ., '
'she is small and delicate in mind and than- She consented but a few .before she When the last; of this learnedceibquent :'
; happiness depended upon,a'simple''promise, youne ,mau. at length togo evenings begged0; page ."' j
nersi cultivated and accomplished jn conversation iso easily violated,' that ishe ought'to assnre "." HtoiIetwas made hastily, but'with them to forget her fftteascomp1etelya&she and 'felicitous address"fell! "froth bis1ment. should AhnTght befaboHibedJkn jowet' eaw.Ke &

spirited and attractive; in temper him of her 'sincerity tthat"-be'Jmnsti have a 'shadow of'"her -former *splendor, and she forgave those who Svere the uriintehtibnal j the <'

ament, excitable but confiding and affection some and;finally that he',would took her teat ,by the side of Mr.F. in;the cause of ner death: .1, as if hesitatintrmore. whthrh.h1M' .4 compose 'unMfeTse/si6tild/ tus1i'Into il-,
guarantee;, U Idi .
ate., f : t; send for'a clergyman and he married instanter. sleigh ..," f "Do not imagine,",said the retiring angel, There were"evident le ;_

Mh.Wycoff is alsq a ,Philade1phian, well ., Totblsshe interpod 'poshive.objections -, As they rode back to.the hotel, Mr. "do not,for one moment believe 'that Iarn, desfre and exp ct tiontb t be w uo' rr, nted into baOitX ? '*

!educatedwith, a.fine person*and attractive but as "positively" promised to"marry Ferguson's faculties! 'became' more stupefied sorry that the period shall come'when shall andtJ onMn'ed' .. ., -' atra tiy1. tApae '

'manners who bad been figu.rinj; in. politics him ataproper place andtime.' He asked than 'they had been, by reason of the coldperhaps t beset, free frpni''aj'llgrmage'which-mihj : .T ieum : t,Gettlef/ f banWyJtrfi l .tfttftro&ll .

"and lileniure, fashion ana f roue,, for nearly! if.she; would give him-a written promise of ,% but-the.'*muffler which he woje perhajps have : ended more unfortnnately, ol you inatone'ofdespondericyilWism4y ?iSl nelanfeggraysitipfi*4 oran lJe iVtioa ,*
pfvate
twenty'years.I marriage, to which she replied affirmatively.He around his face prevented the thickness of and might not have afforded BO trsefnlan example trust that Heaven, will/'not 'forsake,* M Wetan die ho hiugqitjijd&iih'' ,

; >Mr.AYycoff came to London,' seventeenyears'agd then said'that he desired to protect' him his speech from,being discovered ; and his of 'the dangers 'of working upon the lone fcs we do;riot foVsake"6uTVerye>: "We \iciiins7'to'/waT.Jjie'stH iiee orj4fam"me pJJhol*r '

with letters of introduction; from self against the possibility of another disappointment poor.wife'indulged/in( the most 'anticipations fears of any one; nor should 'I have been must sfrehgihen'purseTvf s,ihd 'gkd"ti] bur .earthquake.alone''can Hhrb'yvf'jlo i'lha;

Miss Gamble's relatives to her uncle, who, which, now that he seemed so 'of the evening's enjoyment. At so 'tried had'not my vanity laid ""claim to 1''Ain with new.re'golniilon'Ve"must counsel illarVof 'our State and burjgis jn. ,eterni|

together with her aunt, received him very near the possession of the only object for last they.reached'their; destination,'and Mr. what no one ev r possessed total absence each other'; and"Vowrngfe" 6cSrnt>faieb political ruin, and tbe.darkness of everlastr"r

'fcinSJy.) He was much at Mr. Dunlop's which he lived, be. feared would drive, him Ferguson jumped, putjpf the,sleigh with of all fear. In all >future'periodsy amid the other' in 'th'e support ,'ofhe" Pbiistitutlon, ing .:_L* *'o..if ; ii* t_ fqte of tliSi

'bpnse and the "family grew quite fond of to madness;' and proposed that the written great alacrit_ intending, to behave *.with gay scenes of life, when anger shlll p-Vompi # pare tfrn t manfujly-'and unitedly'w. oIthtr$ bn'thaj 'eblWio s the '

"him ; so much so, that for three or four engagement should convey to him half her prompt,gallantry, towards- his partner ; but you. may you recollect to forgive bthers; as ever Fate may have in' store1 ToV 'tts'*''Are ti L teiiie tohegr ahr' apc.

years, in town rnd country and in travel fortune in case of*her refusal to him. unfortunately, he'; found himself unable'to Maty McLeod forgave you and rf ever my we'of-this generation1 Jrrd'ere1iet? Have c41yti&angeI

ling, he 'was frequently an Inmate of the To all this she assented, and, at his marry request, control his limbs,"and,.pitched! incontinently spirit! ''shall be deputed again .tb-V'sit theearth.lshallperhaps .we s'o. Ifttle of.the blood of our revolutionary Epesei epewi Amen*; hemegpte kdi-'eg.ie.

'family. During this time being nearly of wrote'the promise of'marriage, and the forfeiture into snowdrift; before )his wife bad alighted. | be that very attendant 'fathers 'efouteins:through* pufc Veins that to S
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'the same age, Mr. W. and Miss G. were in tbe form and manner"dictaled, by ; spirit who, at, that very moment, will "bring we "cannoVpreseryevwhat' oar. JaSrcesYpfs <& fitieumatos, fl ar iirtojinlenw

much togetherkntI-alviays frieiuls-but on- the impretsive lovers Things being thus arranged :'Mrs..erguoi1thth'ediatey! discove'red thest back"to your recollection' the face of; Mary achieved -4The world will cry'ut'nrupon most auspicious omen saluIes'an&ebeemu*
-Iy friends. of affairs and she is muscular' McLeod." & -? .1 us if vre Bhpw.onrselves-'unwortby totfe thi "
,:Mr. \V. said be would order a car as a as __ day. This day istheiiinivthaiy'.!
'He disappeared-from her horrizon six or riage., Leaving the apartment and'"passing well as a strong, minded woman, she leaped : the Mie'd'eScehdants rtn6e'greAt'dillstrious the birth1of rashiogton: *; "mwi* *

eight years'-; : il l at the end of that, Miss through another, be was followed stealthily from the sleigh, seized,her patriotic spouse, From' CefkthbutStttterigltti' ubNi. men 'who fought' fortheWliberty. And \ *Wabirigb'niL'birthday! celeliratedfrom

'Gamble was an orphan with a large '(or.tune. by Miss. G."whoBearing the voice of her and,'placed, bun.Jn-.the vehicle, took. the Moral Courafe, I secured" it to 'their. posterity by the:Constitution 'o end'of the'land Wthe ye t1tj
'Immediately after Mr. Wymau* ap reins-iiV her hand 'and'drove back A ? ;*- 1 -__ |< of the'
old nurse in all outer room, into wliichW. own tq cotemporary remarks that'some'of the I iafmbspbere'of eonhtri' J4j4day
peared in London, he announced1 his arrival had passed, she-rushed forward and fell into her home vrith'fts much expedition as pos- aspirants tp 'Presidential honors 'have' not N jentle iytiii ihl It hi rdokit of bt pncipYes-tbebihz'th) ;
1O 3liss (I. in a very appropriate" letter'o7 zibM. : the moral the histpVr) 1n: wben'competilibn and thef! vales
resist the
her arms. They conveyed her back to the courage to tide.which is I rocks'the'groves,1 | anthe'1pvr,
t 'condolence, asking permission to .call. That apartrnentiawhich she had been confined, Mr. erguson is unable to thiso'ay to inform rolling qver our land in favor,of the notorious rivalrv 'disputes! and contentions areppvver- shout''their' praises and': resornd'ith1bis

peitnission was readily given. Mr< \V. wbere"sue remained with VV. and'herjiurse his most, jritimale Acquaintances how Kossuth and intervention' in' European ful."Exigencies arise in-which': great men fame' AllUbe-| -- !i -- ii'learnejJ.'blKb

'called, expressed warm sympathies, and in'a'high state of/nervous, excitement; and he finished hid celebration the battle jftf affairs. and good men of rall l parties,' nd tall' ''shades ;or toW;ficbrbr'f tor; !

awakened affecting'recollections of dear finallyt when restoreJ .an how or more was New Orleans/br how'-his lucky comrade of We bivfe n'b dou Irt of this; for moral courage of-political sentimentarecalleti ttyori to reconsider lay thatlhere is ''one-'fre"coifltn iiito

friends now no more. He called again and passed in efforts to tranquillize> reconcile the day marraged'convey himself back,to4he ,is a rare,virtue, and as great as it is rare. their 9pinf(5ni( to re-adjust theirrpositionSi' them'.all, and that jA.th'e" fame; of Waihiarrton.

again. He finally, expressing solicitude'for ter to'what had passed 5 and then, at 3 cityfloston12l1 useutiV.O ,*' JVe remember well, when we,,thotieht:'the nd'tS brings themselves together, i if The .''an ewurithls; ? deeds?"j ndec *
Miss Q's health recommended*change of oVlock at j igtt'or'morning'ratheryshe was -* courage of the field iii's'everj,thrnj. The they cant'ip the spirit of harmonyi- !Such a over bis"principles''' and feachin i'an '

air and scene. This accorded with1 the advice permitted' return to her hoteL ,On the following )- 'Mary*McL %od1' m loud word of command, high-sounding amid state of things* in my opinion, has1.happen solve' o leiiiore and nio>iiaedbyzthem

of other friends. Deciding to pass.a day after consulting with the Brit' ;=* thee the a4.haft the 'battle's fury-the,' JmjSettbfcii charge ed in our day.An exigency .has'ari' ei 'rt:the future? Ta'the bltf'"and* the 'young

?itlle time uporr the continent, Miss Gamble ish Consul Miss Gamble went with him to Thit Vrastesal midnight,''or the undrede 4t the clash of *rms- -the; roan pf artillery- Vie haVe -great 'and'*wise CoristifuUon': to'ahi6ohiti'thr] linX'nnd' 16 !allboseirefererites

and friends go'*over. Mrr \Vycoff appears the red Intendent of Police and' preferred Of n oon, flea hMroless J And that Very Voiee, the banner ot' yourcpuntryin"front, planted Ye have"grown, fl urished and prospered bae led'.tbenr' 'to'iabiVth4

egain drives,"walkstalks'tith, them, and complaint, on'.which, Mr. Wycoj with his a With Which thunder terror tbrongh the guilty heart,! there 'to stand amid triumph'or "defeat. -<>Ii i under it with a degi'eof rapiJityunequalledintheiiiSterybf .' tome of tfaeir
tongues graphs whuperapeaee tbinet" *
his for the fol- hewbrld Fnd doii
finally announces departure
how bur '
heart beat to become ieprou4Q1tIiO
confederates her and young au ac
valet resident
lowiday. 'He paid-, as the ladies were ,pf, Genoa, ) were courier arrested and committed, (a .It,was hardly possible'to imaging the existence tor iaiBiich a scene-.-esteeming, it glorious?, the basis of equal c fright\\ ?,'its!provisions' ctiaraitej 111

about lo retifei, ** Miss Gamble-, will you dome tp ptisopj where, they await a trial, which .of a more amiable spirit than that and holding it noble, for"brave r spirits to secure perfect equal ly and freedom-to; J shores are eager to harttcrpate j jorhiin jd'.dntriIq')

the favor to read this letter I It contains comes on next week." '* which actuated ihelcbriduct Of the charratng mingle in such a conflict, and fighting nobly, all who live under i it are equals-all enjoying Jand rtj*'trnVrthit)'heiere thivday,

a history of mypasl life, of my"ptesent position This is-,'briefly Miss Gamblers account'ofa. Mary McLeod. "The cifcle bf friends which lie down, 'and if need be-'die But what is the sftiHe pKVileges/ a ase like ouw, it :everywhere, all' itheVOild iior

and has reference to my future hopes- had assembledat, the house of her uncleat the courage of the inre'-battle-field, com- is to be presumed \bjat all the wise and gtiod an object1 of regard thiiuytdrmi' da
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I need advice, and ask'it of the daughter of strange. story. Lubec,Danish.Pomerania, was cpmppsed' pared with the moral of men of the nation ;Lave the same-'end in since his birth. [Ch'eers.T ; ail m *
his {
has day
.Mr. Wycoff own version., He courage every :
of rather circle of the -ie
"' a large family > thodghttie1ymi.ishto take differ
youth
my "friends. Then for the'first time a insists that'Miss G. lowedliim'juite devotedly life *,. ,, .. : ., *; ,.<, T i'taJetbid
Thought of'Mr. yVs intention crossed her of both seke*, and they formed & constellation Stand solitary and _. friends tint means to'ohtam-'that end*-.tbe preservation i f bis
alphe" .See
but bad influenced others
bpen to j
by
of no *interesf for there and ptectioii'bf1h'1ntitutioa and .
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inind. "She said, in reply, "Pray excuse me; both'herself-and him vrbr th"e >Ur- orditiary ; was scowl 'at you-hear'dislriist speak' its fowl, 'd9'r.cll4ren iphol (he CotItatidL"Un.Or
I am unfitted by habi, to give advice. Bat Wrong ) more than,ojie youthful tyro of the'nnmberof suspicions-watch enemies waiting to'take Gonnent;, --Hi his'riiliiaryTeilership fatbetiscbni
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character
Mr. W. persisted, nrging their early acquain civil poseofgivihgthe.afiarr.the offence, be drew rand wore to of a8ta1ne.nt a acknowledged talents,andyet npne whose "a base ad vantage,'and Iaborinto'destroy :"If, Ibeni tb'eyhave the*sam"e"pDj"e'ci*in 4 ereJfbeii| ;'anaent'enemiesi'ahraBdeV' )'th ,
&c., and she took the letter. up acquired principles could rendei the fondest vies ,ihey must purine a ebnciluUingtdnrse? outgrjreacTbannei of! his'ijolitical'idntl'coniitif '
tance,1 who is,there that.would rather
in encounter -
which, other things he ; jio
among parent sbilc'itpus'tp'p'je'vent-the'object of its and each be willingito'surrender t some what utibnil princifiteswill* Oh4t1ls4t6
This letter addressed" Mrs. Groatof w'ef
to ;
was ,- that their last week in Lo don' the.shock of even a hundred battles, than
Pays was oneofsnchendeartnen affections'frbhi beingJblasfed-by! : itt Costa- to'each other, to secure the harmony,offthewhole Tolhat standard.hblJittnrtingK'evil wsdll '
London- lady of [iosition whose ao, and alliance .their be- bear and brave these things ? MVhy, Ihe db&wisddep
as '
qaiiiitance Miss G. had made through' \V.tanl irothal gious infiu nce. Amid all the dancing revelry one'is a'mere suintrter's" breeze'on'*the ocean / This geneibl object} then; being the 'report ai .1htbgdO4
rendered andnatural. This
proper jnthe 'deepest warmth, sparkling preservation ofr the Constitdtionvlbe toa'efficient !/ fep'drt:: We wil/su3tain-and"Deettdeatl{ !$ s
of whom he was always speaking Vith to the'winter's furious and stormy blast.,
high admiration The letter was a 'general 1iG. utterly deniesiShe djd riot, ..sheBaysf disputation, Mary!RIcteod .always held a Any common spirit ,summon courage means to'-aj Otnphish thu end is.'the Itself if'it'cbme:* we"will wetf*eficoaate;,
uring that timej ice Mr..\yr alone, foremost 'rank* and without intruding' her- may union of>all''i&friejidsj I .. Tb *
confession'bf an intention to offer himself.] him ;; enough play itie soldier.well discipline tApila se.] and Jefeat'ethr'bda7Yafld byti8 ?'4 '
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Miss Gamble explicitly rejected this ruse,. and nallydenied- herself'to leaving' self tor ward 'as- the'arbitress iny-othf// militafy*discipline, .which, effects .wbdJers, Constitution- has memies, secret and a pro-1! lishtbrln datknlEthicM arlcnels-Ilf if
London;as sheintendedwithout his knoy- ')ierson's opinion; she in'j-eality gavietone; (eased;: bill they'; dUnnotdisgoiselihe"fact: tota .''tiU-- & '' .** > >V'iK5it
and Mrs.Groats, request, wrote another fits.hini .for- it j"nbat uiresfa -
pbh; jit.'Ve thie.
ledge, though the sequel proved thai.be had that it : ehernies 1
rsfiisal to that of.th$ whole : fortlse who ,could secnrts unfabybenefiis.These .'u ,
the with "kinder
his
words.
note, salving IAN to speak out thoughts as be thinkshem 5.rt. 'tJanger'i
of all
The next week Miss G. returned to London, a perfect knowledge faithless courieV. here movements' not be tpnvince'dby the strength of her rea- -.-fodo xvhen''Tike that/'iame1/ story are unlike in character* but itheyj'all -* And the'tar otea e Teturn. idT .. '
through r "
.etppbsirig1 that Mr. W. was on the 'Cohtii a* '" 1' : sonihg, were1 alvvaysjready'tofadmlre'lhe'manner blast{'jii' winter .'on .'old ocean, peace honor bate some'fault totfindi fSome'of them are .: ,. .
in'Which it'was delivered and enthusiasts i-hot-hfaded self-safficient 'andheadstrong. '*' 7' Sqte
*' business." Pas were 'and eveiV ;
tent on du tout.-4Vhere- in the world's.esteem; security; life vtjntne
Ver Miss G. was'there lay Mr; WV business. Mr. FerBUSoii'fiSleisb'iUde.; always willingito believe that her.eyes: said jtsel afeihrpatened ith'shipwreck.' The} fancy that ihie'tnmake ,_ hiaijy cheers,4aflti th tade'waving

A note immediately arrived from tim.He Oil th'e eighth of .January, Mr. Ferguson-,> less than her arguments. ?. !r And yetwho,':after''Joci! ing'back: on*the t ont fof them elves a better path f than
that 1 laid dowii for '
them the
; Boastingone eveninghowliule she was AS PhKtoti son reion"afenihiiscAi. Ch4'Jbbiice
called and said nothing of-his pas who i is a'patript' to'the core, agreed to Celebrate page pfhislp'rylbr |6ptiii1.TprwaH5ia'ithe .cx
subject to the'lmpressions'of fear it was,resolved pf;ApdlloV tbough4becouldL finda f betterCourse'acros Jones Hsinz to"offer1 the fnsnaFYwbhrtibnfi'JhaVtbe '
sionf but'presently' grew tender and renewed the anniversary the battle of New hopes.oTrthe future, would hesitate which *
by her thoughtless juvenile associates '"" .the b"ThusPhtct'oflpn avi nsTr tbi'suri- ; thanksofjihis,$ociefyl# treVi
his that 'Y
protestations'to degree.thatMiss Orleans ,by/a .sleighride( (IIe accordingly o'chdst 'fi ;.I1 ,
that nii'attempt.. should'be'imade ,to exnose '- ,amidst the ether&piain i Vtb4H *'erW rtI ,
G. told him peremptorily that the affaIr bargained a cheap.team pne of, the ; The martyrs!;,'Where are they4; Chrpnficled. e

.or the acquaintance must end there. stables at the North End, and'wilh a boon what they cpnsidered.vanily' .the extreme. .names m"every noble*heart. Tbe patriots" Leaped Fr from on his hittkersran4.course flnpeUed! .tta iioize4 glo thtreint ipz. ..; and'that very able addrs'whze1baTnst &*' ***,
thisiviewafterthe
Soon' after this'she left Paris for Switzerland companion, who could also be patriotic on With cmiultation? they who died for liberty ignominiously and /'TiJJnature"s1awt1wiI&. d sordec rnn.j? .V bejtskthatbir5&ubf from the. 'drove oiitof to'wnVMThe two resolved to'inirbduce into bet'bed'afportfoii 'the' scaffold i"Hojvf is it with!;them'* ; h8rMtirfLbnttt
hoping to escape 'importunities occasions,> on ; ; E !Other enemies there:fart, roorej: cool, and
of her enterprising l lover. But a few, gentlemen, visited,.andpatronizea: ..exciu6ivey'and of a'humah'skeleton, vith'bis head'recliningupon.a Their )nembr7e0tBeftsh'ed'.aS earth's bbnor'trut -, with more cafculatibn.These J>aveadeep mpLin toex'pres the:

weeks'afterward Mr.V.. appeared to her, ( indiscriminately, the suburban pillow imaginingthat- herithe.u'nAfortunate'subjecfpf ed4sops.; Tbe:good the atthe iaverii sts 'and. -this memoirsbpuldwithdraw'the"curtains ands fired fpMts:sakeV! here'are they th"vi'h4
most"unexpectedly, upon Alps, 'driiikiiig J prn uncng. of her'bedari 'spoken oh forcibleresetanti1h :prpv1 thth kY
houseoftbe, Monks of St/Bernard! Here eulogies upon '\American';troopsjwbo jnybruntary The,best and hgh'est-first'in ou? thoughts ions'of:the.Constitution ; ,thetnqw t |; ihat Her1 fearcouldbaveasilyrvbrkeds
salutations were unavoidable.', He:"tried, distinguished themselves'-against i the; force scream wpuldTexpbse, even1 and ,love t And yt>bat 'was it"thythd "* .secession 1, Ljsti iee 'say,: genttemense cll 4vhtha&

,L U pondeecending' 19 persuade .her into: his tinder* Packenbam, ooi.the.caem rable day u pon., They lisr' Like men they actM-rliterneh'they pQke cession from us is aecjswn eIsewherLHe I tq '

carriage, but she clung to her pwnahd kept which i j the. were'ce3ebratiig, ,with. .so. tft,much with'tehed Avhentshe had retired but from'the for stich"dance, the itAlh10 bold' }jThi8fwitf? their cciurag'e. who renounces the nojJstars ;
her maid and travelling' constantly -' rta'ferdinaTy'silencej an'exclamation' Had'I they been "&fleht ifiremburigfbefore
companion 'gusto. and stripes shelters iimselfinnderjthe shad- '
with her. Jn Geneva he asked for ,a *' Here's"to the'- mem'iy of George Washington they listened in vain:"no scream tyrants"o/jwhl 'or'/an/ rnfuriai e'Jpnnbcra-" ow.another flaj'} you may ,ret ..assuredfithjlL pec1 1QbC oratorwbo. ba4 iJ'sucl: '

interviewwhicb: was,accorded. "and 'Gen'raMacksdn: i the former noribe.Ieastsoand.was.lheardiahe light pf cy, thief f bad feareclttl tell'wtiat they knew, [Servsatwo ndappase.! ].,,Thee: tq the bOn'otoe ? & tb;

She walked with him alone by the lake :was tbe.father of bis couottyi the,latter..its the lamp, Jt9pfjwas/extinguishedf after ia lo"epealc wftaVlhey feltjf'Hhey1 wbuldVbave, malcontents find.itjteasyr.tajiinflame ;meii's, 'lioiOr fth'coui1tr ofwhtb'eit"J3heni

sbore* He urged marriage Yebementlyi- uncle," sajd Mr. fergusonr M *. seemingly long 1ntervol| and all waSjburied lived andaredas\rtnleHneni; "But'they' had: passions they lay all;jntsfprtnhes; pftindi* st' ) MytC&ted.
tha tieutethber'ofL1t
a boat'-with party of Jadies and gentlemen "'Here's fo the hunters of Kentuckynl6aid | in a profband"nnihterrnpted's1ilence."Concluding fh fnoral couraetodoll )hT8t and'though"tbeyjlierishedj.yet'man idual men,of udiyulate'p1acctons) )he resolutioi'i, flpt mef ly.

approached''-he! took ner-hand/saying,!?*'I Mn;Fergnsbtfs friend.61 "" therefore, that it he fearless maiden' was blessea through an&ComrqinitiCs,'aUwant.xof; I prosperity, dthe : So rety'thghietifyYTth& e
the skull and it In silenc "BJi. *i ww.ihtn '
had ;
: will not release'ibis hand until you say it is"mine. Here's to Cottb'n'fdr breast\vorks; bu seen somev'Jitile, !removed their *jiffer1ig4 and troth Union. The, cooperation ,ef<.vrh Uarepw tbaf t6 1feUot'xfi'e ? at fatazi.

.'" The'partyr approaching,-with- some we'ii %sjSit';down,with] good JHqwbPjvhen they1 fetired'with1 disaptfbinijtwhtat w1otndjower. 2 *<&r: -** m. calledanWgonistpfiflcipIes is made order g ihif thW'' then

of whom Miss'G,was acquainted as they it gets in our throats,3 exclaimed Mr. Fyr.guson. the ill-success tthe laniheyfiad'll&: ':hi' pye\usthenl| ; moral courpge befoxeanynian erviceabje in ra'fr8fldeavors to overthrow it1khft4nectthtit --,

passed, could o /ail to see the position she :. to alarm hem? In trotb Mary McUpdhad thing elseItis the only.braveroq cbi tt [yff ConstitutionExlre'mes.meet-and", roneVl trand

was in. Hereflbrtwereunavailing. .'JZe; '. Hete's COfl1i1OfltOE: Gen. Jackenham' not seenibe.horrid, spectacle,; .she. reposed niayreljfO'irenj:reaJi;bfessiiig.,; U'Tei'thdralnrage together.' 'So'mtf there are?who;in their is acquiremeuti'of js' might be presii4 $'
bed with'a human skulltotallyigno'raht
lease my band," she' demanded, as'-sheob said his friend,'it,IT-M M .: ".. in the same' >: rst-givti it'te.-ohrlastj ownS wordspirofessia/ bate'lteiGojwtittitiqnv aabbuure h1starianohd(1h $wer
served '.that they were'.attracting' ..notice.yill ) And these,were the standing toasts of the of the'presence of Vp-'apipalling a for while it-Serves a"mankW'dutyiVextir' :, because ntoeratea anfJthejSo&lbenivSUteshe "fl'
slept'as sound ,' mnocenEalwzyswill bad auu Kr iuc 9 v* v "reiBi wi.7tT&s ;-' -; ;
"\ you''many me !"< be asked/T-.* Yes,? day, repeated at every Javejn-subject, how sight'aiid a ; pates* hate andirevengerand; all passi6iiWmekrn tb's ixstutfoseiistui them'som&hecaaMi / :b1gMy'4ipl4eJt'

she'leplied,jifyou'will release toy.hand.? eer-ta certain modifications j-esumng firm inpe (fef by,Mssldeiiu Tbc.moofl,- 'Jiinf wise 'am4aigeiyammld i* doegnbtl tihekpe A J { .

*'Thrii the first promise marriagewas; -. tht .condillonr In .which.they Afpund, themtafelfes rising during the,jyghf,shed jts7ays through, .eifitenrtnt jcrst-amid l wre"ssaess-aod nliarinstituliiM. 1 se'a 1: .ai'v"Both iw

*, lAined. Having secured laproonse MrjiV ,towards.'fcightfaU,, in.Consequence,,of 'the nf 4h Window cV Tpfnrt pf he'tiresfentine1 robmfunaiiJDpn: an"Dbiect the barely bead' pureanaid.corruption.: ; .? n-p-' mu' *rties bj''ihd

'tiineadspIce. the ot intensity lo which tUeir patrirotic (> Constitalioryand tpccert thsirameasnres
was impatient to arrange degree ? more the Cabsu C&pttVe b aitithu1th $
Miss, G. said s she: most first ionsolt bee feelings bad.arrived*.*."..; rf 4. # visible 16 the'eye'and'' forjhatjeawn Mnhc accordingly iowicoflSplisbiflieirendsifwNQWi! ; inembraue4'of bnr pf t&ribalest' 1.' .
'friendsat home and especiallyairvBates, t Ferguson's friend whG4aduJact; horribly awful tharilanguage: 'cpuldJAttempttor.describe $ The. sbip" Capt.WoodbjiiYyi arjI to counteract the efforts of these malcontents, forts k'ob n t(>modern timefsAdvertiser.
'
(of the'hotise of Baring & Co.) who is*;he? become ibprjnost. patriotic rof r the, twoatleng ,more especially as thereweTeho I 1 rived ph Abe morniRg1 pf ihe'hath'inst?at, he friends of the-Cbnstitntibn mast nllt-r-.- ; K" "I _* **** *?MS,

r 'trastee.!" It rei ben epreed tbxt MisrJG, loanfthijnself; jinabje.W[deliver wtberot objects] distinctly pies nt to the1 ete which '' NewTYbrkV from'Tigo; ; Spain.'J hebalD bn '*tilts friends' f J% z' "P $ (' ,

shpuM'writ' *' 'toMr: Bates,'that- M W. tbe.'bove toasts wrrectlyi Wheheve!,he could dispel any dreadful illusion which: sncha'fpeetaeJetinder'siicbJreircum.stancescoud' board tWimsoiferB of the IJbpezVxpedition,1 tier i tbe"ir sectional pini n&maybemix ,
sentiment be found ; ] unite forirti' iTliey -mast Jo- 5 m C4rn'-MfZ tisai
hbbld Vetorn to Paris; leaving the lady free indeiooktopropose? a f f \ 11.1 "" 4"retttfnmff'w''theirtounlry. preservalian -
A'!ttWsb' Ihoul1 heak1ronL4 .*" them alhai -together i iabie i mind, in-. dc.t gtye rise tcwUpbit ; -giw-wJiof pet ther thingi'whichtrihebind t Lct.ikfe 3 ; : ,.

V Bat time and reflection>tttcreaMd rather 3f1a1d "bth'eirWesT( Jp.Si a b.ndof b lher Tfaelpau qrKettbe ;t fr1wthIIo&citaqc

than diminished her aversion- this"marr ericate-qyop: of1therafrpi .b cju3'U ddt f, a' d'eth n'be&thCdth& Wilirani'Wilson J*"'-11 F.I C/'Mahanf' 'J 1m.MdWwSr 'pastl th>liftlebickerifis and'irillingdiSr

.riaee. *8hhT many'reasons to donbt ,tbes&aceiifr ,, 'fe accordin1jgavea greaiwrtberbf igM Cypfr cJohii ?*? fj5lf agreements whtebr-;bkVe sh ttherto f parated, '$ sI 'nnthbta k.
of Mr.'We iffeetlon. She'conld %entfniens'"like0f! thC*following ''iowardr i a dteimfe1I like the spatkhng :Pa..DCWP' : pi.Loaiier, thmytmut; Iookfowidnl7t&1hefuttitnd ressed letter |tt the Cgmmi pner.pIFob-;

*- ,ot rBnderstaijd' bow' bavinrknown :h ilbiWih 1 dwhe1ben1hepaI1bd eye fLaqgeUl1dYeiflgeet ebas'1The, : itetheicer ta reserve the tic IacddaetYeaspQUicUItt4'C9a'

:well! iii'tet best days;-(I f-rtpeat herIan shock fu too expisitelyborriMLtQbeni boo bequeithet bthqse7gi1ai nen their
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7 guigerwith indifference du>ud hare tQthC FtbU dined m: bsrfi *espirita.cul4-bot wit1x1t1d i:Dn'Gtrr1 aneetors tt: irstgirUf1hefrLtUr4 ta ,n ct the $ .
inJovswilbbers "t'bis/Cottfttry, Maybe aoar the bJowrjx and-bnt:a,fftwfinjncrtes.sufficed to theY ycotanr&4 ;- and-hi Indian I
ullen suddenly and veherointly / ;
.' 1neeibelf we convert the; >rmg pim -ct ,nertwnoseiwir I tcitth maval of t tbsp ItdtentfandiaincaUy | & .
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Hnal she'could,*atin nylim? ;then Worried ,jtt Heie'sthhunlo (bc.4bebL ): Job* DJOWI1I OWM' **J ** r r -- J .
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4 qfflodtnibe late administration about thePremier, hMkwdKed wijjejy nVivoidinc at ._. ni flsA'flvcftAIfI1'$ LETTE1I'; : ro'GHCO1i8BL posed to aplj wJn Id be exclude froa Ju

: two Years ago,, and: on file in your DepartTptgRt all appranuiceTo* pjnfpromise or pat h-'wpr.E hs, .._fihr intfe 'Srt Biih ?tntt, trorie'< Wjiblish in fi t&gfv\f$$& ---J:, operation by a-proviso, .very eiinniflgiv &.,
m :"-; -"'' no be satisfactory upon this in'forming* bijf MinistryICoalitfbns lie charged! with Ko&sutssm to bentsrrIj 1n4 nany letter nf -w b4nfl4efil Correpona itc!s v stood wed/or! Induced that purpose number,and of not at tint ends. ,.'

ir ,!ioief.. 'It Appears from the latesVaecountsFloridathai naturally! tidiotis r Jrom the Indians are straying regards thenvas the WspTtrrg' fBuesse'arid garj* pj rc8 r-2rtho gh I n*=the ; and wtQwvii takthe partie* piLia iivyiime tff ayto it giuit before it it rapport, to tarn
h ,: beyond"their: limits; ,:and committing depre intrigue, and .prides itself on its" love 'of service; (aswethink, ,!ofJfdfcideJly bad far atte'rition of those-who .may have been that Gen. Hopkins'lnd IscocntnaDd* against the, happily *W'was"too late to
,dationsjpon the property of bur citizens rankness and fair play.. We shall, watch irincer judging front the gentleman's arnen- led to believe that the Democratic aspirants yoa avert" mischief.,
forEtrf After time wasted in
A ry attempt to tertraioi themypriohemstoten he progress of the struggle. ,,with profound ItT Df iearing&cthathebinaturaIIy for the Presidency are disposed to docjre the left as on the 10th Gatlinrwberehe'am some Idle4iscue-
4' from will Inevi- nterrsL 'we the5CpmpromiseT Tbe Democraic.pary >ed atsfive"b ocfc1he wniirelrerilffgtaa iion%
cover } property, 1, nothing'of the tyrant in bidspositio ; the
. 1t.uy ied to bTood bed .nd Violence.! wish him nothing Iessjhanwell. s ,.peyer baverandwill not. Wf. "the.s teamsters inform inc, who" returned made*ihV'oiotidn'3 to postpone aar& Subject pntil Monday,
From the Ocala Coiuenator'Meeflngat ,- for the Presidency but Kdi'frc viil ayeV77
r. I ileem U my duty earnestly to admonish [Aneitnt.City support "mum" .candidate
Okabvmpka, Starlon TDo. ? -- will be for here to.4ay; bringing with them the: Indian nays$t., Subsequently Mr. Fowler
.,, ; .Government that nothii.g but the remoVal and vre hope the example r moved
; M of these Indians from the Stale, and that Pursuant previous notice-the-citizens once follOWed ythWhsNo candidate child, about two years old, (female,) taken to lay it on the table, wbicb.tyas* carried....
aeedilycau prevent ibeJ ost.diNutrous of-Okahumpka vicinity, convened, on -J-L U llInAni: p-IffLlnt-: of either party, who does not comeout"with in one of Capl. Jernigan'a scouts .In cprnpliancewitti yeas 100, nays 84. 'Every inembeHfroin
COntieQeflCe$.T The people bl Florida are the evening the 18th nlt, tox take into a'cle i declaration x>f principles," need ex the bfuWbf"C&vernor Brown;* New.England, except ICIeveland ol Cons.iviO '
r hat toey wfcirnbt terrain;there consideration rneasflres'Telative td what is pect the electoralvote, of tt. single; Southern >as resepvotedo1aytheJiflup
!t.t r.Atraiy, solemnly ratified by tne,Senate, Relieved &.be.the efforts of certain individuals State. The policy pursued by the YVDigs at Gen: Hopkins sends the child to the SmyrnaU. be table,!8pd' their -MnaflI4n9u$1oppo5iti 1
stipnkted that thy shtmld te 'removed*by to raise another war with- {bej Indians the last. Presidential election, of gagging S. pos ; which is, the neares'tIt* is a was-decisive of(, its fatet. It no sleep* the
41 4he ** ufcra) GovernmentThatlreaty": has no-ti remaining s in this State: Tliursday, March 2S,: 1852. their candidate, and then representing him tiny jhngand.rrnarkab1y; pretty.Jernlgan .: sleep.tbaT knows ho waking,for only a'vofc

r I. beet cince11 d./ It!. has 'ben disrefcafited 'Tbe'.nreeting' was called ,to order- by ArthurxLee LATE PAPERSWe acknowledge the receipt in different sections, as devoted,to.different *ays the mother was a very beau b .tw thtrds, cut 'how.take it. frbnlit* p, -
: by the officers of the army entrusted Esq, and on' his motion;AV. C. and 'opposite principles, cannot succeed sent p sitonTbul,bas tbe'extreme'sbarp*
iL :With the management of;Indian .affairs in Williams ms called to the Chair and,C.B.SturtevanVappointed !,, from the.editors $J. the .Savannah again. We believe, with ;Mrf Cabell, that tiful woman; about eighteen) andJwhen her, : ness.pf'.its; author, Dunham, of ladiioi,

t..1: ;*"oTaan4! that disregard has been co'uiiie- Secretary. ,* Georgian,' throORh the politeness -of Mr. Gen Scott cannot obtain the vote of'.a single husband, the warrior; was s ovJ&'bVbadthe thinking to outwit others by his cuaamg devjce i

: .an ed by xbe;FedcralCoverrimeiit for'sev On taking the :Chairihe; Hon.'Chairmanstated Rpux, cleric' pi the -steamei Florida, of a State unless he puts ? upon the record'! womanjntentionally.: d in .front, as [ defeated 'bls wbble! scKeme."i 1-

; 4. niTtyem; .and 'are ients', inconsistent M a! few.appropriate remarks ihe'cbect package of late'New York papers in advance a-'clear and unequivocal declaration( be expected the fire; from ihe'euwbich, The Senate, bill, amended by -the Hou*
,# .L.INI* j-u/flpposilion/'K) lhe"tre'atyihaVe, Ibe'meeting, and denounced in strong principled:! If the attempt should be utade1 tobethe fact He, also he bas been adheted toby th&forrnerbodja
ofthaVboat.We proved
; 0 S. bV sanctibn bf ine Senate, been lerms Ae conduct of Capt. Aaron Jernagan of the mail, byjhe last arrival it-wtll result in the most disastrous overthrow : t tsays "
tonsdere&asparamount lo.that treaty.. in making'tinprovoked attack on the In- have oh former'occasions been favored recorded in" the history,of( parties, and will! never witnessed more aSectrad.among white ts.bri rnar shape, and retnrpe4l'and; upon

i' ? .. 1 most urge.that this, treaty, which i is the Jians, : i- and thought he was hbt'Svar- similar.Vourtefies l>y our.other ..Savannah afford an instructive warnn. to 'all ,those nusbaiird,; >ni wife ffhan. vajT evinced by; the disagreement betweeh/the.. Hbuaesol

& I '** supreme,law'of "the land.1; 'be '" faithfully ranted in this course by the-'taws 'of' the eotempprajies oFtb! ".Re.puJican and whose hopes of attaining powet. are based them.; I,ieamtnat Gen. Hopkins$rill, with cotnmitl1ees conference have been app nt'el.

-. :execuied"bjtheFeddI ""Government, to State,' npriby'the lerms of, the treaty.entered upon the supposed ignorance anJ.gul.bilay; his smaU command too small for his *- **f '
between the Ui S. CJovernmenX and the JVetcS -which we should cheerfully reciprocals ( expediUonby'one
iito
he
i ; Invert ,the necessity, and tlve ; m ., : of ''tbe ;people of''Flqrlda 'ado-pti'ug hdians[ ? ,- had we a boat leaving for Savannah in The above accompanies -ajletter of'Mr; half! ,) leave Fo t Gatlin forLake of the

p 1snrs.sureiIotihere1f.jvrotection4; ( The Chairman depicted in strong, colors advance of'thN hhern' mail succeeding f Buchanan to a1 Democratic commitiee of Kissmmee, lying near the riveYpf thje'same We have already i mentioned the recent

1 ... ".Being nnder.tbe/'necessity/ leavng 'the the fad ffects.of., an. Indian'war- upon, a our regular dayof'issue. In. this res'pectour iastfAVtw* name, on'this t day, having been (pm. sudden change of:lbe vbo1'of-the'-E.grh
weekiC I community like thls/ViluateJ so hear the Indian Baltimore, copied"into ,the Oar
f ,;euyto-mbrrow, tobe .absent two
the to ,for his, .
; has felled delay. one day f Applies *
namesake at : 'The
.. ..i have defined it tny,0uty to ddress YOU thus boundary, and thought that the .course proximate present cotemporary seems to con'cedegreat credit Ministry. event ,ipbn.wbKh iKsjJfshit -
4. 3 ?frankly, and to iuue your attention to pursued bfCapt.Jarnagan was cakulateJ advantage of iis" -- but'asye observe considerable' to Mr. Buchanan as one of .those "Democratic F The route will bean arduous one, and maybe turned was a'vote in parliament upon
i this R rtachB to produce a'war with the Seminoles.< trthe Journal ol 'acconi panned'with much ganger as '
1 important sulvjrcU |>prts.liave talttng''A Evening aspirants for the Presidency (not) disposed Capt. Ministerial bill! brprovide fbr/tbetlevyiag/ of
F '\? that trpojwaie 'now in the'field) arid :On ;.motion uf 'A. J. Cassady, Esq., the Savannah 'tenect'8sityfor-and; encour Jerhigan< informs, ,nie.be -bas ;nq doubt of a local militia T
: mTrifstry
( he question of the fe were not sulained.
the Uo draft to dodge Coroprp-
Vat 1orJer setikiueook1n,! to the [olloxyine'persons were appointed
i
Indians' either oil the Lake
and finding Kissim-
.iSavannah
,,.pa1etyQf; their! families.j" resolutions i o presented 'to/lhe 'meeting,, agements ofle'red to another mi&e.n! And yet Mr;-Buchanan' ia this lettefi'in jJOnr'ibe roiroing IoUdaya|wHn
::With? great respect,1 bave the honor- to be, viz:, Messrs'. Keith,'E. J.'Harris, GiM: CondreyRl St. John's boatywe permit ourselves to hope expressing his estimation ''of those rrie4 or"on Hbe upper St.. .- IIearnGen as Ihe'private business of tn jiiousewas;

: ..:.i-o'ur:obedient tervant, Williams, J. Hick, A. Lee, J. Lee, lb;witness in ''time such 'an evidence of the '" Hopkins'wilt ie etrateey probable dispofcd of-Lord John Russell prnne?minister
a
measures as finalityveryjcle4rly
- -*. S. B, IAaoaY.t. John The Ada'msj Committee A. J.'Cassady.reported the following unyielding enteise' f Savan.nab, arid also to evade them and Their,multifarious,purposes place,where Indians
t. -. from the Triut't.t resolutions ; I to possess tbeippportunity.ofpromptly: ic- provisions in the- Presidential -canvass, for be returns. If they are>,hostile, which is eCtbebody'tbtbcs; following effect:.;

i> : -The XeW British )Iadstry. jesokcdTlit, the Indians;who are suffered -'turhing -the courtesies of our brethren of his very definition of them' as a lfinality," probable, from the l late'intrusion ''on them, At.a meeting of Her Majesiyls Minirbrsph '

:,_ Tbe. Ru sell MiVrtrv having nt lenglb to remain in Florida, are entitled to the th'e tiress. -_ is that hot be Id&cussed as an agent of peaceV as Gen, H. is by the Saturday,they, .considered. the'course
,. rumbled 'straiht-oiit Conw vative of and Jib -- --- -; --- "only .theymay, ", or which it was incumbent them to
:':: away, a rights ,private property. personal i t ;* apppintmenVof Gov. Brown, tveryffor upon ;pursue
The Pre- THE PAMPEIIO.-Capt. Charles Willey, broached.before the people. .Mr.Buchanan it them
,Cabinet bas taken its"place. trcw erty is presumed/will be used'to establish appcajing impossible for to, car
4, niervEaH DEKBT. better known.by his for- Resolved, That it satisfactorily appears reacned'here on, th f 12th :nst., Irorn.Balli- says u the Democracy must mutually forget 'peace, ry on the business of the, country- atlsfactorily -
* ;.: : mei title of Lord Stanley! is a nobleman of that Aaron Jarnagan and others nave lawlessly more .whilher he badcunvoyed that lathed and forgive past dissensions," let .B.bygr nen as far asis consistent with personal f safely.- after the decision of, the. precedibg-
i.<, m,blemished character, igb-toncd principles interfered with those, rights for their She His'appearance"may Induce"the, people to night, Declining the/alternaiive of.a.disso-'
1- tod. reipectabletalents.. lIe has. .*bown, own private gains but peril-tried craft,, the Pampero. be bygones, ,&
t S commendable goad sense arid appreciation *- Resolved, That such lawless depredations (felt hereon the 16th of Februaryrijrider' how, .the, dissensions of then Democracy from the beginning were entirely' before Her Majesty. vTbey bad

: cf-merit, feondngtheCbance11orsIiip and naturally tend to an Indian,war:with all the command of Capt..Willey Put into,CharIe- (which'are now more'bittertban-ever, ) car imaginary, done so ; Her Majesty had been pleased to

;ahd )ude'rsiip.te House of Commons horrors ftomabawk and scalping; knife. ton, where she 'received a new smoke.rtackandhad be forgotten or kept but ofjsight, except by as I tbtnkthCndiang of the'nation were incliJiedllo'f'pYaceX -. accept their resignations, and had sent to the

p ': to Mr.DzsLarJ.1kIiown" to the n vel-r ad- Resolved, That, therefore, Aaron Jarnagan bermachinery overhauled. Having aspirants foVtbeftPresidewy )layin mum'upon -'When- --. I.caawite'you_ Earl,of Derby, who.was.about to undertake
,jnpnb1icas.tbeauihor of 'Vivian Grey and each of his associates should be delivered snalLagainJearfomrne, .-, thetask, .forming Iiaisiry. The. (>resentfMinisters -
.-. 4 .-> s?Conigsby/., and decidedly the mos up to theauthorities, of the [Uriitet taken i in hardcoal at Charleston, and being the subject, as-Air* Buchanan for the Yours ; I thefefore, held ;their ,of5ces
-: .-1 brilliant debater on his side of the 'House States for redress of\those injuries. without blowe'r; put'' into Wilmington to exchange future proposes to do. **He not only wishes *, respectfully; c-Jt' : only-iintiltheir ,succes3prs4were appointed.

.5 .,rHe has,been,the architect of his own for- Resolved,, That we have good .reason to coal"'for'wood : then proceeded on to suppress the question of the Compromise, ) He could not, be .added, cooclude what, be

;: 4 tune,and bis Delect run,for this'post is a comcfpliment believe that the said Aaron Jarnagan has her First( night out from Wilmington Jjiit regards thelld Democratic'pary'dstinc- Chevalier AVycoff.''. a bad to, say without;; pressing biisiace
to Literature\vhich will hot be for.vTheiippointnientof. misrepresented the facts to the State and U route thanks to.those members who bad sapport- *-
V .1gotten..' S. authorities. experienced heavy'gales from S. E. to S.W. lions dead, and laysdown, the following This character; 'account of whose eu the Government for-morethan flve ears,

: i :. Mr. G. F. YOUNG, thee But it is also Resolved-Tbat, all the Indians offCape Lookout;;off Cape Hatteras experienced generalities as.the principles upon which he high-handed attempt'' to appropriate the for during which period, be hoped, be ,jnd.hi

.: .. r2 .. r Citator in the Kiirgdom, with that of Lord the earliest possible day, is the as no'.tojeave
(; on Tuesday, March.2d. -running time the canvass: -,, condensed from the Utter of Sir. Weed ou country any gieat branch
,-.&&** and others of the same Stripe, leaves Tbe report of the committee was accept t' --L of our domestic administration or.our foreign
x. too doubt a* to the reaffirmance of the prin- ed/and the resolutions unanimously adopt three days and eleven hours from Jacksonville "Wernustinscritie; upon our banners: a our first'page;-has according to later.intelligence relations in a situation,wbich eyvneedat

.t;. ; ctpIeofProtecton by the new Ministry ed. :a having-spent the remainder of the tine sacred regard forthe reserved righs.of,>the ,been sentenced by,the authorities all to be ashamed* After payings par

., :n.aotiously,moderately,]we presume. for the On motion, voted that the- proceedings of in Cbarlestoriand Wilmington.. Capt. Wil States -a strict construction the Constitution witbm whose ,jurisdiction tbV pence'was ticular tribute to one ibiUCagnesthe
-.Premier is icpojitie statesman; but neveriheeaedecdedIyr4 this be Chairman and -a; denial to Congress of all powers
V meeting signed by the committed ran Marquis of, Landsdocn.eJurtIie; manner in
.- .; :\ ; We anticipate the 'proposal! Secretary and copies forwarded to the Gov fey informs us that crowds flocked ?ee the not clearly granted by that Instrument; and ,Jlp iraprisoriment.of. come fifteen which be bad, carried Jneasu res -of great inv.

at uof a fixed duty on VVheat of about five shilJings ernor, the Indian Agent, and the Ocala Con o\&fihbustresls\ the various ,portsamong rigid economy iii'the public expenditures." months. V parlance through the Houseof; rd; .he ob.

M per,quarter, brsome 13 cents per.bush- servator, with the request that the papers them'thee'ditorof the Journal at Wilmington This is Mr. Buchanan's'ph/lform the \ Mr. Weed:'in;his last letter frpm Genoa, served,with; regard totlie' future,'that he

I -; ci l, in.the programme of the new'.MinTstry. throughout the Stale will copy. who gives vent to much indignant emotion only.one which .be proposes. .VVe> really enlightens the public still 'farther, as tpthe should feel it to be; bia duty, out of.office or
: j The.Peelttes,' or Conservatives'who aidd _0n motion, voted that his meeting be nov in officeto the restoration f
of Mr1. oppose a duty
in the overthrow the Corn-Laws,seem adjourned.' ,, against .theg/'gluttedjtiger" of Cuba tniok ills play ing.? mum'J.iipon all piact;.. case ; Henry Wycoff., Jr-seemstbat upon corn( ; whethe pnder.tbe.oame of.'protection

0$ t:; to be wholly left put of Ihe new A Jininistra-i W WILLIAMS, CA'n. through the columns of his paper awaken? cal questions '-something very like assurance. by the laws of Sardinia a prisoner denied or.ofrevenue; : that be.shbnU sap-

k1 ; i hoe-at least; we do not now recognize .the C. B. STURTEVANT, Sec'y. ed probably the remembrance of an endeared ._ the/benefit: of counsel, and kept entirely secluded port an, extension of; the suflrage to those

r4 laiume of any of .them in the list. Their Brother who fell in the ill-fated expe As for what the Whigs did- in 1848, in the ,, until the* testimony against bim wba were fitted ,to', exercise nhe fraacbise ;
ir James. Graham does THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION NEW-OR ;
Jeader $ certainly
-
( ;: and that Ste sbonld.alwaysjexertanjr.influ
t.. has all been taken.
Thi,
dition. -of.double-faced -- was, a-slow ;
,; aifnotfigure tljeie., It may .however, that LEA)3-.The New-Orleans'Pteayuite says: way principles, we do not process cot be mrgbt .for, maintenance
: -- .r.l> is.biter..hostilify the Ecclesiastical Titles Dr. Plough is indefatigable in his exertions The Pampero made the entire sweep aof see how ahjadmirer.-of Mr. Buchanan can ,-and'-for three weeks VVycoflr'was left of the blessing possess of peaceIn, conformity

f. /ubjll was remembered in ibis, as we note the, to create an interest, in the adjoining I the harbor Baltimore, on entering, with venture any : ucb' charge, when a very quite alone'to contemplate the chances'of with a wish., upressed 'by-Lordi-Derby" be
ftbscene also of_ his co-adjutor 'in that hosuUHity States in favor of Mechanics' for ten orfifteen The moved ibat:'the Housed its rising do adjourn
going
a grand am all!! her flags flying, even that of the soiled opaque incident in that gentleman's career i'yearalp gattey at-
: ? the [Earl of Aberdeenformerly Foreign fair be held in this lii until i"1
Agricultural to city Finally, Mr. Baker, the Ame consul Friday nex f.f
'Hone The is can
',- Secretary. .Mr. Gladstone's namesp bantm, of the star. following himconnectionith! the imposition, in :
the spring of 11853., The municipal amhori A,f ter a few -worda; lrornMr..Huinebomentioned
.,'-. honored by its wearer's exposure of the horrible ties of Mobile, and the Governor and Legislature notice of her arrival in Baltimore .i is from Pennsylvania *in"1844' vl *the Kane' -Lette got permission! toi visit; him. Wycoff assu -' a'rumor that it was"- not intended

atrocities and tedious butcheries perpetrated -{ -Alabama, have-highly commended the Sun of that city i '> and' Poli'Dalta/tand-t f? i the'Tariffp/Ma. t !"i tried that the American n governnntwnose| that that House should, meet again,the.no

by;does that sanctified yilliah in the, the. King Ministry of the enterprise, which has received the sanction Steamship Pampero.-About ve.'o'c1ock r-the"very> '"- subject.the" Tariff* *" ') -upon" which 1 dignity;,hall4been., insu'htedbt heiupiison-, tion was agreed to, and an,adoarom'enttppk]
not new -
,)
S Naples appear :of the principal public functionaries the famous place at half past 5 o'clock.- / .
much lo our regret. yesterday evening, steamship he plays "mum"1 even in this letter Mr; ment,-was bound to see;bun. righted and.insisted
of.this State aiid city Delegates have already -
arrived
p The absence:of the names of the Duke )been appointed *front different portions look Pampero her, Capt..Charles berth at the Willey"wharf',of" MessreI and. Cass'sfriends in ,' 'something 'upon making his,case'a national'af- The Florida 1nter.tC1a1mg.

: .c(. VVdluigton, JLjird Lyndhurst, and some of Alabama to a convention to be held-here Hooper & Cheeseborough: She comes here irijjie.way 61J two-faced Lives" and no- fair Wycoff at first"rejected, the.ordinary| '; ;,Weffhi.fathecprre5poh'Jeftcebf tbeffewYork'
I
o>he'rveterans Conservatives., will be remarked They with will a doubt.pang in May next, to consult upon the preliminary for the'purposeof undergoing- 'an iivrrhatiit faced Nicholson jetiers! -of which,however means of defence, but afterwards'jon iij1ed Journal o/'Comraerei 7uhdeV,3aVe of
*
,
: r-by.BrUish
arrangements. "owher Febiuary.22d,\thefoIlowing ,nptice.'bf. Uie
The
'
Wing forjpairsahJtefitting. to employcounseL He talked couch of bis
leugivethe Cabinet cordial'support, we will remain' muzn"as" by-gones .
/ new We have now received the account: of "a undetermined to'what 'be are % -"*> -* case pending before be .Supreme.Cou'rj! ,inference

: .but'Agehas claims on them 'more impera- truly animated meeting held for the fame I done are yet rith,beri The Pampero as ",was will built in to be by-gones." V; relIdoniuid employments/ ,t- i'f as a public funeIt .- .. to,,the. -..Florida. .t -j mlerest/claims,i < .*- *
.live than jhose. of Power. is purpose uear the navy yard in Pensncolaat this city by.Messrsl J. SI JJrois& t n., and ijr. Buchanan says 'the Compromise is a tionary, and told queer things'about his, former The argument in:the case of the Florida'
: ., On ;be whole'pur impression that the which Major W. H.. Chase presided., Dr ,connection with the Nevr/Ybrk A
rather her ei.gneiwere'put in heV in Philadelphia. finality; therefore the Democracy1'-4ceo i-' Herald. treaty clainis was, commeaced, u-day-the
bas formed a Ministry re-
Premier '
; < : Plough laid his views before the meeting, This steamer has becbme famous as being These"however adds1 Mr. dir question .beingin the first placewhethertie.
.eoarkable for strength than otherwise, and ecce" in it, and ought to nothing about 1 ; ( < "not ; ; -
: and enlarged upon the capacity of the Southwest the steamer engaged, in the Cuban invasion say ib .-Supreme Court .has jurudictioa ifli the
of character be
0 the fact that he'proposes to dissolve Parliament it. Our a ..r'epealedt'wbethef ; "
to excel in manufacturing and mechanic in'which the unfortunate Lopez cotemporarv talked in no such case. ,
expedition, '" ; -.LT.
at once aid appeal to the People 'ar.L arts 'lii the course of' his address he strain about cey/wcena'a.fewrmbhlns ? or iaise.1 ,:* -? 7
in bis sustain risked his all. Lope? was a passenger in ago v i : UnderiherFJoridairty ofjsi, provialopt.was' -
confidence ability to
.. f- :himself.cues a Tueit maybe said that he had proposed that the proper steps; betaken at hegatthe time'he reached Cuba. She is He said some fin e words about,f resistance,*! Miss Gamble, The lady whom.the. Cbiv. : nude jfor,-tb* ,pay ment ol .the
alternative. But behad-the alternative %Washington- have a ship of the line known to te one of'the.fastest, if not thfasteststeamer and'' this evenafterthe? bills alier" endeavored- forcibly to marryi'isiwe losses incurred by the:JBhabitauts.of: Florida!

,. ,;. 0 of declining'office, which' he.wdiiU obviousv built at Pensacola navy! yard,,to -showwhat'facilities iitheworld.She moved in ; Compromise: leant from the New York, Exprvs thdaughtCotCoiJohiG.'Gainb2or.lorida in eonseqhence .oi- the,depredations-of. the"
and skill> wei-nave! here- for I pur: harbor'yesterday'Tike she was used to were pasedandhaJ become as'much -a'Jfinality United -SfateVlrcwpft in 181 -' rTheFlorida
ti :. .njy.bavepreferred soanine-day'asc.ndancy, ship buildiftg'and that such a vecsel' m.gb( ; :
it ; tons burtfaenv Territorial Courtswere direcjed bylaw
t ignominious fjectioh. His' time 'Tbisi'sbip'.1sYohtyvabput 375. as they are now< :
: )i nding evidently in; ; :hot wellexhibited at'the? proposed fair-ii, anil: draws'but a out eight feet'water j and formerly Richmond, (as 13.remarked ascertain tbe.sums.due,and Secretary
'dp'
coming-we .believe I !
;
I : : 1 rwas,tim them nU) peril.all by a fatat'ear. May of nexfyear. e fet 8bethasprpye4fhersejf, under all circUmstances -. COMMISSIONj a' .or DEJEOS; NEW bjr theTiwrt of'Ubat city,) ''not,of Philadel- ofvtbe Treasury, directed4topay4.u,.
,
4 Plough's'general'Tiews were warmlysupported afirst raid sea vessel She is a cre YaEWe percei'e, thatF, DaarrrEsq. hfsi5irs1t The Florida Courts allowed jbe jtrincipal
plus, a* stattdby'M:1Ve d in letter ;
p ftes&, : number and -,
by gentlemen, aE'e.Ies
dit to'Baltimore; jb"1'''! 1'8The 'Pampero and .alsothe, interesta3. etch
Jam8ges
I that thin sudden overturn now a citizen'ot-.F1oridaba been ; ;:< .
: ,.> Weapprebend resolutions, were adopted, in conformity made.her from ap- ;.' .She was. aken, to "Uindpn when a
passage, VVilraington'to' ; casei The 4ifferentccrearC4pf..the.Treasury -
u'iteextrnguabes Lord John's new Reform > poinied by i the 'Governor- of'N ,
f with them; pledging co-operatibh in wYork 'a .child Jier
port forty-nine hours against be \virtds mere (& i.by aunt'Mr.Dun1op- have paid-the principaf, ap4 bave.unifprmlr -
: BiU-hat., are. 'inclined neither' to'n :
,
-f.. .. Uojcb Its"destitutiba principle getting up the greatezhibitonand appoint. andthrouh thick foggy weather,", Commissioner tb take acknowledgement of sister' of' Co!. Gamble, and adopted''by Mr. refuse nor committee in with -
) cry.j mg'a to act concert ; committees Deeds and other
'
L forbids respect but itslmprovpmenU ,ln de- f rani'other'States' tb accomplish the rtc5 'RWuiiINiir-1ij. jnstrnments, b'f writing to and,Mrs%Dunlop they having'qp children: utJorWabecomingea, ,' the -.Uoiled
;
be used that ; Slates-Territorial Court merged jhjhp
4 ,..tascnngnendsittoatemperategood will. If 'the*" Southern manofwar" in. Jilate. Mr. Duulbp"wa"s w.ag
) objectiTftf't having 'the K wealthy,.thercbahl, aiu}
,,.! knew.'whether its success would hasten built. :i4s- Bishop pf] Protestant Episcopal Church 1 United Stale*District,Courtj and last summer
j ilOjr4tbetrin.mpbi! in England of Equal k ,., -: 1 in Maryland!,- id now sojourning for a,short ,'JPATAL AccipfNT,->Ve"regret) Ip earn for many,years in.theVirginia trade Miss Judge Branson, made Jiidecisibn.in, oh.eof

-- bland Dingle),Electoral Districts and Univer-' f. ., A Hero.A I lime m'our neighboring city, St. Aogustinej thatMrf'BartoIo' ,,Weedman,. w'ho.'resided Gamble' has -marty connections Virginia these,cases that .theUaUed. tftes Govern

ri- -. j ali>Hfrage, we should bare 'no further b'es- nun named WILLIAM PITTMAX was.ar j itber Ke 'has' scfed"fb' the'bettefit of about e'leven"*miles"' frpmf'St 'Augustine fn 'aniiFldrida.- i:> claimswbicb rneatsbound I hive to been psyche jnterest nit the'

-4 t&tioa, -* -. rested yesterday, iu1; the lower 'partf of- the thC4ifeeti6n dnJy establishedby
Tb one point, on wbicb; we.''bays1'any county, for over-doing the, Common.:Law a. his 1JI Wetrnst,3 fii,'d rivetnach, -TieolataVtnei_ } '' 'with'' bis *-'nd- ,Cna-AL'tta.vyrcprr. TheireaderTwill be process of laws ,Tbeecitryorzhs peasur7 -
_- Jeep solicitude with regard,to'BritiBhkPoli.t ; present in force'in-this State; which, autbori7.es servke.jrom bur/geniaiciimeV gengeapbythe acciaeutataischarge of his amused with he singular account lii'anotber Mr.Cbrwin bad declined.acting jojbe

,*ics:> thatcfForeignPoIiy. While;Lord the moderate flogging of one's wife: : gun, a.few days, ago. -lewas, bunting at colnmn6f'the; maneuvres'of fthls distinguished case, tDegrourd. toinerIT
.4'tierston; remained! a'membertpl the Rus- It seems that-the courageous Benedict afore :.SickE 'ORATo'tt;[b.-i VV| ilearn thai a Sacred the time, and had stoppedlat: the-'house'ofMrDuirancevab6ut individual to'obtain a wife.The counsel;.forj the: claimaats .jTJie; Attorney
4lUJtinistryWe desired its cpntinuan'cebeKVH.Palmetiton's said in a state of perfect sobriety, with mal bratorio"will: be given mtne"JEpiscopal Cheyalier'was Fanny Elssler's'/Aonun desajfaireJI'when GeiieraJ,bough he/deeraed the,:cjaim tor,jnleresUjust -
name'i however lindeser. and : lourT miles from Pfco- she'travelled in this country-.. :*P4.'aUd,..deemedi itjiBecessary f,
ice''prepense, regardless Loft the aving church on next Monday' evening- Marchbiforilhe'tpjirppse : V.fc L* '"W-iW.w' ;
*9<*e 7 AeReviV5dpers'pn, ih< Continent. When provideddidadminister: the lash in almost: fijrai/iing/ funds ta( jijawa,jfea/.eoeki or irgger aughtagaint ReviewVand after the election of -Bonaparte theur'4e..*,

.1'b stopped to indorse'anJ appladd'the: usurMtion tmmoderate unmerciful manner! Alter wads! IquhIatng> .the;. 4ktsdue .piv that something; which cauiedi the'discharge ofthVweapbri he went to France'ta indoctrinate i flheJomrttitteeca3ibe'Judiciqptb.

and massacre perpetrahd ky.tbe the connubial cowhiding bad progressed, filllocomotionwas churjcji, It.jwill, aford,,-ja mnsicjlpving ) ; and JtsTco'ntents to'eht'er'"bisi that gentleman' in'the art and- mystery of tel iat $e rtarya4
French miscreant.we could not blame Lord next! to (impossible,"the -delectable citizens an.iOppprtuoity gratify ,.tjieir f' ;'"* >* ---f: 1 Demor&'cyHia'labors in tbis ;>artic la.appear how ertficjefn authority tpay4hnosey. '.
'John for diwnwsibg iim p when the Premier, hosband took his rifle-and- prse-ted !ie1:1 ii's; --- ? ., ,,, tp*havejfb.en"mprtfisucce sful than''those"dirdted Undeitheae qircutnstances tbeyhite4JSJatea: '
in justifying tbat diemissal to Parliament, it, ready>c cked and primed,'.'at his spouse' tastes, ujveU ju,>vrjjo! ,goal deti a agop4.causje,7 -,' The deceased,was A eon.oMr4yeedman'who lathe acqnisitiod of-a"wife.; kpplealed to the Supreme.Courv/roBjjHp deci8i -
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himself a. siintotilyifl ahypocritical accompanying the action:with an invitation Considerable! ,]preparation baa was.killed by ihe Indians oh the Pico. Oif ;i MMtfl.T, : -[RithizoidW/d.) ; <5a'of: tbti District Court-;.and it U.first to
iysrq the c4ivd the M been adC' ip1t 'I : T be decided whetber.th Sqpreme C iun bayci ,
o Napoleon tq cut oulM immediately, or take,in charge by our amateur ntisicjans. tat&T d -
Ltlewe fell tbi. Ma time, too, 1ad co'mj, the cbntehuu -BntjJL&adB4U& jurisdictiQn_it| the ease i -- !rj
bosei .
; jThe"lady } the former have1 knd1yyolinteerJ eir asaltance inMff1**" '- Jf jv r-W >/*>'?>tf i--U-' -
-'We hop. liUlefor Fredo t from tbe newt altemative; proceeded.to a magistrate ntade j *' !;bee perve4-a 'be entity vill>b fti ly3R6a*more #th h4tf :
and several ..
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t IdlebutItcznbs.rdly worse ; affidavit to the.facts as ;above,detailed, add -'- -
bld had.fearomeV'It may U- better ,We her lord-and master, in the absence.of;bohd has l -biengnerd4sly.' "'- prcflre4; ti! "maik, the- hawked andlei't'fbrdea'dpponUie'groundaftw'same'timei1 time pgjedingb7.utraenscJnient5 the) i.We,Ieartbat-the- e o1 deIeatot

i *" -be'dUaptbinled tForrPremierperh and security; we presumewill shortly,leave OCC35Ofl 'vorthy ..f the objeqin viEv medAJ iA2ii) -* sa.iI'1 imperfections of frqra/ArkaasasJeft Sarji SptiorJ..auoosa.
#yl11 to'1iftto - :* : # the 'original Bouhty-Landbbni,than those acbeoo Uiej: tby and, ojI1aq'tyed
bully '
thFtencb4i&urper ''Delg.un for Apalacbicpla'where;bolts and bars,4wi1tpmmota TF "..penprpieces.of nnsle. Jyg; 'iJ4 -- ; ",- -r-.iT. /&: __ *_ a M *
per? ,$
Waterloo'iMonuwhen'
thekstrOctiOn'o1"he his wife's safety'andhisown* ekeeping.4fariana I thed'Ibgt wiir 1SVAHiNOTQNJarth 6-! -A writer.in{*lri
imply
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repathiberaiity ; -- -- %! Jj'4 } V mrnediafly
_ti1 Ifry'aNowkzerand be (FJai) ; ; ;
wIig; Intell'gencer
lately feforried from California bI
wbkh '
wefeope the into tbe nation. The delegatea-Jaugbaz
; rvested f it& -- public will b'estoVupbn
ndependa.nceby I ''_ .
q - -- states4hat the report oktbe'Utan.Jrevohtlbh from the select ,. ar *? t L1 i -
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t t CL1iaUc!UII1ZCI1 b -r *. -. ,f _r the *
-- 11 being but a repetition b?. the old'itroubles, is
-ij tdeffft wrset, itifii This-foreign--functionary, |recent,1ypad;; !3 4t;! antrne/ai the-news-of the first 5 prtely f0) etkki dat --
fche"his looped'0 low al. our town, a-Sam .Strem<)niei visj, of,some Wb j&ee su ha laudabdl. I: received full !,previqu7&tt0i9 rupture was' iabfeTl Jollovii&f. i V ai? &
?P44eut fn 'be!: eonertsloni td- itutrian"dernay two days.. He is : T'f .j -'*' < *'tl i'g;' V
eutirely.inostenUtibu 4liidreasand !( Iygoodnn r' 'Tnere being a.regular?,inonjhlyftmail; be-' 'resnondent. ot' tue,. ;2Bostoa44atb4'f.ne-iflci- Alit
U fa -' siej4 BiLY4i am
nd easily crowded $ manner !ftndy>ad. be, oibeen tween'dil
-- Vth4'(iifaut1Lebe becOmesz mere specially pointed-out toes, as the 5epresen-( inting our. tiot atalt iurprisrthe peophifvQreon dentsleaclrng hisr sqlt among I thdelegate. '
1 i4l J &iMode13s.. Bat that tative re-, fit th
cor -.AUstrian4espotJsrn,,, ejihoaldwithoor.uoinrtructed / and Calif.rniaias ndCfiaitco: ,
5iJI'bnbi-'pydceedtng1ia the, dowbhillLiber. eyes, have looked jiponand ientif'receiVed aJvery beeoalngfgarb; and ofth'.Morrn'jnii to'op WSauthorityihad theptirt been| House.'ycsterdywitJmoi anepect dty .SanxJofle$t>!'emigrateJb ..aaMadacementV

considered-Jiira. as notbinzmoreJ we are mformed tnat thC.MpthiHS'hnrj.W; moffientarilvl looked fnra lIiiWTA 'e triiy-t lJthetiac1detsbL thidav be.I .
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LI11 .ti1nspkesofi's1inerston" J than a mere roan j unendowed 3' ui.vi r'ta JO -r Tj I ruuIdecisIYeTnaFiritiis kjJf --

.nYJ1WEfU now'at hzndia Great Brft. I ti w even.wiUi sugt'likeWeMw ivin ,( takes-veryidejvdedmeas daroige torlifefand>rs5iiiothieasei'immence f lhe H UI* bLtt itt t'an tbe'tahIe 4 w4J ieagnbis $ ,
4t14uTha eb ment trizggle iTb.ew. him .several times under, circumstances i property had passed each'.aiidi every aos dmehLijd' 1lpoeed'a
; ; st nstfeJ %"4- }4- 't t> *?
-: Hi try will encouhterlmmease odds in tIesch.floiind'in1ueak1 '*nabjin* rispretty.irell.tpfxrinran- ) .;t4kiIM r lii'fevjir'. t'Turk'.._jx j lfllJL I bad ali ad'rthe .bill to tMTil'yf '
the Press. opinion,-"and.ijwei readily .admiti that nbeeeffislto I t majority of6t t :ia fi4iiy *eaay4 -4't- '

: exceeding 1 $ ; be qnita aciviI I and.courteous;;eentleasaniiwe I rW bru entaint ; &
in
: eorinJwilj evUtse h- lik* sjalthIqi&iid true inde tYkse7a .4
;mettUlapai%: l,should; take fcim
4 #. to 1 bjE.no jneans-grpt
The dicste, M0ight\Ml flot hitfor>f en abun- G

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;-- ,$ I of.i* &soypsing&th cbac oLccs; 1 HOPS*Jpf t4iplpo>tfccbatemplatedl btt!- pr99- 'r ibcsje J t1id.- I
ci *ndLmtefutaneg et.With % beer sht PImniel4on m1n'4uisJattrwu'sMujftand, I jd I :
to itsrfhitio
-_ tbifMi 'Wa dhpi4rngfj. eded ia* $oilbir wwl' fJ:4
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4 -: Jf pfl It-fce;>ntainedwport' jwevousf South rniBwrY
7I" fio-A coanu be Chtvalier.bat been governed by artery .

;;( ; euftseeebtIuIfr'i( !s think tniible desire-to tKtj* tbe imOsiltersbf- .4 ;4iei7; -' :-; ten id to fiftee Ue two othen ni. 'pt'*

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;ATJAOKCONYILLEtF Par teaiterrflwUa.frotnrC&aTlMtoit.'March* .< ... .,. : .., .1..,' < : t itiii4? ; : dAt
: Jkm 2u---Mn'WiHtaIu and 8 cbildres,C.W.William. k.." ullBSbll tinu.i. c IDC 0 -7
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aDd 8 servants, A A Clark G C Powers, J Gardiner ; IFS ; ent1y1oc himself".LTckein- 1W1. ; ; It e tarl

bytktjltgittar Tftrrmofnetrr.needing iketiattaJsree ,.R Held;J SteifraUr. -A Pool,-L Wyche ;, -.&. 1Ie" prepared to do.aU work :) .B&Hetr..1'
: ef cbU dan* tht. night,f mmtucxWrr Jas Henderson, H J Henderson, JC.Goode' W f 13 theQsnj. : 1 e toilm tn'U p..It:.and '- .,.or: .' O -4 contm. rtt..tl 1..-bbi

1M JJ&ff .kiary to tAt 29tA fniary. ,1i ,'/!. IVJm1Lnd deok:;' :-**, 1.1.W11R&D Mannftetnring.. .fle ba V newprooeesof'Ri.FLEINO : N.. oJ.)1ROW" t ILIOn. .8.B.f' .t

1&2. Alto tAt direction tbici- CoDigbec.13ellch&F. niidek f ;which far surpa1ee'the usual method. --- .. p.r. A.Ala.1
.of SSffA Co.JSP %?* ?*.' ? UoKeqr.JOHN .- I ThOM wlsHng,caa baVe them made -t*, rderAU :- T t.akeD LEAPbtI.rtjIL1rnd. "
ww .J '3.F. Peot.'aeg14r4 M.IzgosL a Mae'hiD entrusted:to experience Iii Leae eoutenta t .. .
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t i j"i -. & '. ------_ --___, _, ;bis, care..-win, receive;:promj>' .tkoDUon:' HeI tabhiii l School in .,.. ", I Cs-.dde4 f.h4.kmelud bre.ebt.wtthOutanik _.
4 wma '
iiti I hopes by close application bnsinesi. .to. .merit. :invite the puhlip.\ i."'let of4r. apoiabeta : '
< P. :: KtlSKlNE ;hare of public patronage.*' -**"' '* It will be his 'Ud rich aa-. ''Mlr 'GIf..B" ."

z N0 :r311. : Jacksonville.. Nor..IS.1851; tf.St frietldlbipeq! esteem< JUa. W ER t ..i." ...., ;'.
I-- (UtS Or aCIKCr, CADSDENrCODSxti;) .those principle* which, -tarn* "comected 't TL1Mtcur.*. .

.' : 'John's intelketana toTtfint ; : Moue '
645e Attorney *, of Learning?, ti .WitJK>iut bw-g io the 10, s' ; .n 1. > -
59 tbt latest-and
1. WflfliereiLestten&th Circuit urti j. :AT MADISON (IflvFLAflpfc lute iril te 1 I--&uUSA\l c.
In afl the : eon acted -
I 42l3 W N. W. : wur
Weekly;
. :& 44 48 44 *.Board of Trustee take great pleasure By amost thorough. 'Jhc.. ,:1\'o. I..W.wi YI-Cf_'
i '\ UeStheEu45ntheCireajtsjjeSupre
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'AlraIt.l
: 38 If 1135 -Jt la aanotodng tOtbeMasonic Fraternity amnaUqiij,>hJeb' fru1rb ttlre Was W ,t

4 .u .56 ,11 NV Court, and the 'United' States District" : and the jrabfte generally, that the excrete of Principal flatter' CZ'pC ; Ic let% .- 1. BdslaeiaaiIe4G Patt Izet,1, .*b4i

6 M 61 46 40 S. W. ,. ,Court,for the Northern District of.Florida.;; this nstitbtiffiD will commence on the- SECOND Acquired.-eannot be 1ot..ireattndaeeneutsaj k .;U'tI U ecV.uny.sewiiig. "
: :38 Hit time it devoted' MOND4'YIN JANUARY,next, under the superintendence ( rahla 1ft COUee&IOII"rkEi t I&efr' TE .ir;
6 n 52 43 w. exclusively- .to)tht Legal pn>- of Mr..ISAAC Ann, late principalof ted'kh Wd be*! y of d, I'i. J't..1 and did not rea4 the aeoeat nail 1._ ._ IsU

1 33 52 '41 31 S.W.S : .' fcaio*., '. ,j., Greenwood Institute- South. .CarcHnfc'aided. in**> lend their : 11". .late... .
48 37 'v. Office (mail further by assistants., -- will be in ODe..t'Uf.Jaf' .Mt
41 5. notice) in ;JacuonrUlc. competent spared In as can' .
53 47 EastHorida Dar Mr. Autn comes among'ris bearing ,the t&b'est enjoyment. some years ao._ ., teart tr ".h. '
54 66 br'W. ; J.R are wlieited W I
9 I' 1mcllc
; testfaBonials of The necessary-upc.M14'b1s
character will
Bcholarebip.TLirtl success discipline ; : Ar the
56 48 59 5" S. -at Brick C'rotOD' Water 40 ,
10 In teaching; and theTrustces have no fasitation and persuasive. \ bow WON" was .aa5Its.
acJue.iTU ednud 1 : ; \ .
,EyeIIDg.trn
11 49 .57 38 45V.. by N. .7 in commending this institution,under 'hi,'direction The coarse of Iristrn tL commence.f.lAaJ &f\er1 $1

12 '37 '53 39 3U N. \. ,to the patronage of the friends of Education. ches of a thorough -8-- 4 bonn o( abonad appUitti...t\eIaii sle.' .

2726 24 26 '4" 'tJONCE'RT-. -- ..,! throughout this and the adjoining States, : and a full preparation ; : : : .uu.nder rfOlDlc. aahY" .,
13 .- 'Tb* object sought to bo accomplished by the Bakery.! anxiety during this.Way and. <*gwaI .
'J4 ',28 U 39 21V.. N. \V.i5 L.:Ml.FOLSOM: founders of this institution i it to dispense the bles- ENGLISH ; that ws have mad e.-.poD pesJa -the wv+,..,..,er a.

39 58 51 35 s. %% ,J ingivf "sound'practical: education to all who Orthography; the town and number jeaUe eaf to find xIr bech-s ,

16' 45 57' 42 41 W. S.V.. WOULD announce to. the inhabitants. of may"desire: to,*. become its beneficiaries', and,to raphy Grammar;( ; excellent'R-EAD. unci aDd;'u legible as UM*'w.rprrrJo ,t.\ '.
that he wfB give "a MUSICAL ern History; Rhetoric; the fire. The intense heat to
bring this."great boon within'the:"reach' of all- are nowrdeMvcrm- walclf the 8Awas
17 3. 60 44 32 S. by E.'u ENTERTAINMENT on 'WEDNESDAY tion and D Declamation abJee dcu W
even the most h11Dlble., in the language of a cir-' .#; eoirjcetand frDa tta tawHiMt
45 68 47 3" S. w.9 (this) evening. March 24th. .He will be assisted enlar issued at the commencement of the project, Music,Drawing.. of .expressing our or auetbersafo.& 'a S*llli1
,41 39 25 41V.. by Prof. R. F.Beal from Boston consider i*it is our design to educate the-children and orphans *OfWKonragement : Iron skeleton frame rmiy emain.d. a4 sot a.

J6 34 33 14 N. by E.2l ed one of the finest Basso,singers in the United. of indigent Master.Masons free; of charge Intellectual, Moral; ,and while respect k tje| of a book*'-AMVJ WUV CWIBKMtJVVOnV *, .
.20 States and Mr. Brown ,and Mrs. Folsom; on for tuition.and the children oL ;others such Astronomy, Chemistry the same, feel wat aims office;on the tecoad Bow,fro*wbkVttWr
'35 53 40 32V.. by N. which occasion be' will introduce some''of the terms as beprescribed." We upon ; ; reacJ.'whieb;w. offer fell upon crate*oX un.hera.wanlUJat T Biiutlt

.22 ,,33 44 28 28 W. by S. .' DUEIT xtopnlar 'E-riS, enlightened may public to assist ns;in our appeal effort of to bumanity. an- \ ; : *essentials whkb go ruitullaleJ1poa.the.Salamander }Ttt fr.Md..

23 30 49 40 26 N. E. $ONGS, ,TRIOSt &QUAR and save ns from failure and defeat-.firm Arithmetic; Algebra ab1e,pure,and whole lion bad Leon reveiscdnot eve*" l'vif

42 59 48 36 .1 Admittance,25 cents ; to be had at CoL Buffing-". ia the belief and confident in, the hope that our try; Surveying!' .use the be t'-flour, would bare remained. ,MytioTesg.inr.nacois .
ton' Hotel'and Mr. McRorys store. : appeal will not be disregarded. . etry; Differential and Baker justi $I.JQO_ *rad.a':1'7-fiNb Ja
25 53 59 53 42 Instruction Mr.Folsnra in'rocal and ? .I" ier." 1.-t. -
grren by ( The Scholastic year will *e'divided into two t 'CLA= : good Bread l.et
26 52 68 51 49 &W Instnunental uueto and the cultivation the sessions of five months-each.. Tuition for.?each Latin; Greek er :. .. : I00,000 anzporaa t...11 t. whJeJa'.w
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17 40 53 38 36 ,N. W. voice March 24th. session to be paid invariably; in.advance. any.where.with nut be dupliM&ed ( lftlyftlDJ me.
40 27 -, A course of Lectures. at an early hour .It JUa1rUJd.ma pI jiIeszr lstthe
28 32 62 the year upon .' 1' DeW safe pareha ea ,. .. !
;RATS 0F TUrriON.Fer : v ,
68 50 34 W.byS. Dry Goods Wholesale and ; School will be
.u 38 :&QOOPJJAN. twy present otJic.No.3. i'ssi llitlJE,
30 39 ,72 58 37 W. by N. Retail. --Ae--elementarybranches- wit Beading, tutu and will afford :. fhall remain until' WL .
:
Orthography;Grammar-Arithmetic ; .
3J: 60 ,73 60 53 W. by S. JUST direct from New.York, a session,: '" <-,,, 'o.':, .. .. -;500 per coming acquainted with- ,I trccted.- ,;: -< .r ll="
of .
iU laws
Assortment of Fashionable operation .:. > ,' 'I.'t h h.
.. Spring For higher English branch,: Rhetoric, ; 1 > f
e; 41 55 43.89 36.45 Dress Goods of French, British, and- American Logic, History,.Ancient and Modern, The Academic eleven year to:.accommo' .I The aUC.uiP'di maj jqiTviaaf aa

-- Manufacture,comprising In part- Natural ,Phflosophy. Cbemirry,. &0., quarters the at his recently other iutmvned.in the ft '.t.iqa pf tUelr beaks
-1 -- ter.after co..meDce ; Ji
Feb. French oil-col'd Ginghams, American do. per session," '. ?*. -' ,. ,1000 of the frolD'Are.[r.ntpartiCllwl.1, IbOce baffae;HRh's
C 57 76', 62 53 S. 'V. French English, and American Print,, For Languages? 'Higher'' Mathematics; be,charged only from"' .known to part be,highly: i safet to use] to.call at (he'depot 14*:Wafer sfttrt.

N. Furniture, Chintz, Fig'd.and Plain Lawns Moral and Intellectual Philosophy Po- ,. from its elevation. New I ark tase 1, ..tbeiatenof; jt" GilWrt's
2 49 63 48 47 and Muslins, litcal. Economy, &e., per session .. 20,00 Board and Tuition1' .the iJcoping and safe with; the book ,nndi tiirbeJ .wi. .Jw tec
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3 .1365 41 35 S. hy E.t Do. Plain, and. Fig'd Swiss Muslins '-' washing, per and well fiuisucd kindly permitted remlift'Ji'tl *Icts

.a 39 66 46 33 .S.-I. ," In point'of he lltbm ralityand good order, German or trench r and gritifieatfotl bNbibllc.uA .earziiua.

t f 5'49 74 57 41 S. Cambrics and Jackonets.plain and checked, we venture the assertion that,the village of Madison Music (including use) tilseenthe'iy' new, CO-: Orders for Borglar
77. 62 53 S. W. Fig'd Berages .Tissues, very rich pattern is unsurpassed and nneqnalled in the State. Fancy Drawing... -, Y ork. -#- :-..-.Doors..... frooBiUx"f. and faithfully xe 4
6 56 *. ,. -Board can be obtained 'Io, rtvate,families ,on Painting in Water .to snpply-tbe ta STEAK A.7nerl'f "MA ,
7 6J 59 57 w. tJy K. JFide Black Silk, very'cbeap, cord MousHns reasonable terms; A coD\"enient'boardin house *. oil : ; 'fare and gout ser 8( ,t'1tQ "

8-50 177 5-1 4G N. E. and Florence Silks'of every color! will be erected by Trustees at an early period. Including Instra attend to.the com- rte W&ter street"ac1fimd..A. 4Y_SL
9 51 53 49 I 4' 4 Crape Shawls, plain and embroidered, Any further information will bo cheerfully given ture.. -' '." :" ",* ** '-,'' i MeslceiPla.e-N.w; .---- 4, .-..._
Paris Kid Gloves,Black and col'd Lace Mils, {Payable-. I Wa" P.
% the "Honsela
1er all
.addressing undersigned. .
49 S. E. y 1 tny
66
, t 10 57 1! 74 Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, i idu Y I for E( u. .q
By order. 11 63 t 67 54 59 W. by S. Jenny Lind Polka Gaiters, makers or -
.1 -CILIRLES RUSSELL. English Studies and) i ,,freuii citizens whoa a
12 43 60 39. 38 N. hrocze-tippcd Boctecs. Opera Gaiters, Secretary. Including the Scientific ers who may so- cou,jeommwily called Hjta'aafasvat JVrkStoi't

13 35 67 4S 30 S. Single Tics, Buskins Slippers,ice. > Madison C. H., December 13, 1857. jnl-2m ** Latin and dnring the winter .satamaDdeT. l&i-3m'&_ith. _t1'14 i '.'1191'J1). '
F.b
52 62 48 4 4& N. .The moet.-aprove&stv1es of Spring Bennett (Payable )WI.V4tD. ... .1 :'t, .. ) 'L_ -: p..d1 ;.oitsa.(
14 .
Do. Children's Hats Silk Bonnet )
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richly .
15 40 66 5-1 32 I s. W. trimmed and of the latest fashion J F Sale,,. A liberal deduction : .f mr. House 'J. '" ';'!. .. .

16 49 65 5-1 45 N. French Flowers, rich Bonnet Ribbons. 1 AT R. BOULTER & CO.'S STORE, the. 'Primary studies.; athitabliah -t't.l("v".r,1J..u" ._ '

17 49 73 58 45 w.J8 Gentlemn' WtarBooU : : by;the Sttbswiber,and"no'landing supplied with a.ECElVJ 'r

IL ,Gaiters and Shoes, [ from the Schooner Mary Isabella from Baltimore *tor bathing.: from.Nvork,atuDand.. .iEOf'J.lJUS1
52 73 59 47 Hou. \ViLtASD" .:bonso. is regular
I i :
sortment
Ready made Clothing,a splendid assortment GROCERIES. aip
Q 54 45 N. by E. .f Baltimore Rev C.PRRY ) to.and'lrom" West
It 49 some very fine. 2,800 bushels White Corn. of the family -consisting in part at-
one
56 59 54 .53 & I 1,700 boshel White Oats, Wilmtngton,Del.;'Dr; -prin- cared Haras'HhwrJl JII_
20 Country merchants supplied for cash on terms ,- ly toO the AVt,fe rn c
501" ok u i iti 60 bale of Hay. lage, Jet;R ey. T.
F
Pork .
55 I to New York .The .
:I 53 62 equal prices country public \V. JJ. W..
J. E. Rockwell v
63 81 71 53 1 W.1Jy are ftj-At;solicited the to Brick call and Cash examine Stoir. Goods and prices, 30 20 bbl kegs Howard superior et.Butter-Flour; PH A.VT, Dr.A.E..-Brnp l:_V ... ti''t' Beef.cng'ie attqlges; Matt;jiuo4: r'ddS 1jnjD' P4.eiE

68 7 69 55 S.W.fi Ko. Lard trs-THEO. ;-
.3 L.B. AMERMAN. 15 "r. gar LewiD"
70.79 70 62 44 5 bbls Apples, A.'l\IuSFrfUJ. : : (: CO; citGrecn*,. &oke- ,
I 4I 20 boxes assorted Crackers Andover, Slasa.V ; -- J'\'es'
Lard.XIatsnpand J.
5 12 84 71 DISSOLUTION.OF" COPARTNERSHIP.KOTIOE. : H LED-
Pilot Bread
bbls ,
4
Drlceafies
.c Apples 0 es
s 13 82 I 12 70 .1 Ii ., 10 L* Mercer Potatoes, GEORGE I[. .. J f I '-pI 5&iarCM.Heftned Caadies,iu..i .
FLORlD.\
7 11 84 69 66 rilllC co-partnership heretofore existing under 5 kegs Butter Crackers, AUCTIONEERING The deragne'oqU plso req

.* 71 85 67 66 S. by W. JL the name and style of L. M. Scarborough& 10 boxes Raisins, '.* ,: / : '" .. ., hi)oldewttomers anJ the ptE IIIA 11iu

9 61 57 59 61 N. E.eu Co. Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. 2 barrels Onions r e l'y..lio :1 be his oribUilft awt.uaaii
'
thathey

:.19170.: I 1 dues All to demands it,.will bfe against settled'laid by Arthir' firm;as J.T.well'Wright ns all ,. 70:1 case Ibs Candies.Clocks assorted, : ; ia the :mercantile: A FULL (AND BY rnwsvAzy
51.m 50.52 '. sow receiving aud SELECTED &
SUDSCRI \ ) GOODS
and James W. Cathey,who will continue to carryon CO bags of Wheat Bran, rIhIE .
the business of said concern under the came 1 cue Pickles,assorted JL partnership for named,.a JaUnassort | tit almost every: qmamjTaM oaiteHfeitet >t ,
During the month of January Rain fen to the style and firm of Wright &Cathey. 2 dozen jars Preserves;' tbe above ;: Shies*, Fascy' Articlcs,"',";1t.r .5QUTHBlUi\J"'RCn.1

depth *f hundredth of an inch. From the L Mt'SC.lll ROUGH, -4" 'Lemon :31ruP.u sales either OA eOlUi ; flats'at 'Caps; His jloet tea(,;_ t..oa
ARTHUR -At wholesale and rrtail. the firm being an variety fiood4''< .i
close of that month to the evening of the 23lh of J.T.WRIGHT. are well acqnanted tore., -.\ hich ntq-ry,and E.yI qtlis4.
JAMtS. CATHEY. A share of pablie patronage i* respectfully solicited '
! 2D hundredth "as the? call bo Clothing.CuUryflardwarbtegeUiltr1ra Cisc-
February the quantity-precipitated was Alligator Fla.Mach. U,JBi%., 2S of an iDch; and from 9 o'clock of that March 13iS51.. W-tf tage making'ready
: ifi'nhhrt Ooatn
which maybe having be u, selected Saddlery; trrrr riristj tif :
evening 6 o'clock P. M of the following day 4 Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. BBI.S. C.VMPHISE, & .=t. '" -r'.V 1't care and attention kept in a Dq.G.ood.sS *. ?- _1_ -

inches and 1 tenth of an inch fell.making an aggregate B' .VIRTUE.of authority ia me by law Tested a pI' 25 Bbl*. 95 per el. ALCOHOL, They will give their Io this market,they AH kind jeepafcy, ftosjimtaSces IB etelmaup

of 4 C5 inches since tbe commencement of I will expose for sale, in front of the J Ust received and for sale l>y and immediate sales? will:fbe-' eaMd to forGoodst4flSestiikespnces. -

Court House door of Nassau county'on the first JUHN.A..AIAVER. Savanaali. licit patronage from wbo-may favor them Alftlii GooS win &" >l&ttp the preeezityur.JkcKwTILL.E Monday of June 1352, the following described March 18 other cities who wish toother", irA prices and' MrmCnste Ti-usJ4diwsIL'Il aal'az-
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't
--- -: tracts or parcels of land situated in raid county: I Any business in' amine for themselves prparchating ebwb r..
PRICKS CTJUREST. One 250 LBS. Acidulated Frai\.IJropa--Ba. tended to. constantly receiv J1'
tract containing acre*,lying near tho residence bit beingfysur.diaoasIgoawy ua-
XONh1y for the Republican bylIessrs. of Mr. John Higginbotham, ou a swamp 300 nana, Pine Apple: n!ILSl 1Ierr,.Mulberry as the state of aui rera the and th pri H ask .
Rp.raL Alsop 4. Boor called Little Mills;anouuur tract lying on Funks s Blackberry;Orange.Lemon, &cr, fce. harinjr.raad: err for hllt. 'ilMOAWS :KB3lF*
Swamp,containing 250 acres. ,These lands are These Drops perfectly nimllatd the flavor .01ho. KEFECESCES. r i can-be-anypiied,, ::1L"-LI. ; :. I *&,fcitOcMtnOMa.JI-1Ia.

. EESW AX, Dol. Cts described' by surveyors as belonging to Sancher, Fruit., For Itle by .. & Co., R Boulter anj* t Stick TOtl Ham will M1AiC W rIAilM11eof
29 and are sold for taxes due from l&a. ,Taxes duo 'JOHN.A. A.JMAYER. & Hours, Jacksonville: .
BUTTEtt.peril* ISla.. the State, $15.. J. March 13. Savannah.. roche. E M Moore & OdS j,3C8T) .' Florid*, Bi .1id ri.1
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22&2 A. J.BRADDOCK:;. vannah. .Jan. 15,' re.pectrWbllo1iiied. .i- fUf i t JilHJ rM..t, 'O31UeiA
perlbCOTTOJV. Sheriff off.Tax Collector.noir27tds' .' ofPublic In'Flo } k.before poi charing
and ex. Lrage sale. ;Lands HMUilSOJ EdwiaO.QuynaJll ,si4i c..tiw .
18.1'COFnr rida.' 1 i : ,. rt.r.ys... 'tJ .
1\ .'\- ._ : I .SANDERSU. 1 Vwodreterig :4'nD

Notice. I I ee ,Is' b'ere'bygty n, tha'L"the under- mIlE Subscriber .'i u. L-'C'Gllynn". ,,,'r..If'! t1fwwtJ.. .'lfr.." -
JILL
ilioprlb llfcI2i N.ot .JL friends and the ,. von. z, .
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., d will in pursua.nce' law,,offer at 1U3cnl"R : .. jma.s nw..6
con ; ALL baring any demands against I public auction before the Court House1 door'in a Storehouse and & "OFF'.. -
per bd .90100 estate of Roland Roberts, late of CoInmbia -' the several counties, as hereinafter stated, the following prepared to receive & ;, ed"rlC 4 'E''tw tha.utbM bUs.1t
c- county, deceased are hereby requested to.. located State ted to their care, free tproof *
OATS.per valuable lands, by authority y
bus 68k 70 present them duly authenticated within the time i of tbe of Congress to said tate, planters will find:it to ,-UlvLY.. ? t* that-the said Ana E. Unyna et Ut
-cA2\"DL, % prescribed by law, or they,will be barred tied all for a*part of grant internal; }improvement.,,TiieseIsndij through this ;. i this State,to wit: at Spanish We 1'DVtb*

Adunantiae- per Ib J3 37J persons indebted to said estate are reqneeted to purposes were,, In' good part/ selected immediatelyafter and give satisfaction n1 Bahama Islands k1S tfrteMd4batk9iia9.Aast .

i FLOIJR.. make immediate payment to the underal e4. the completion of the U;'S. survey,and are through us from ; the Citizens of ...GIt1DQ"PfM.JlD4.r. .
Vefoo
GeoeerbL1r7O0 A. J. T. WRIGHT, orders-to have their- against saidJbML on or >hefiri qS4tj 1$
' believed embrace some of tbebeSt ia the State vicinity that ho it mbernUt.tn defaiihaf
EGGS-. .. ,.Sheriff- off. administrator. for the production 'of.corn,cotton, sugar,, tobacco this will insure their" of Fal'and Win the said wb14kiI'ajpswaces
perdo ,- 25 Alligator,February 23d, 1352., ID&r."-2m t this place. blflwiUb.tsk.nproceajrrig
other low to
;. ;and tropical fruits -and finely adapted 'The Barge Salliff : :prices! :make her,provided thai"".Atthir!"_
liAr.1"00 1M'J' I S to the Turpentine aid Lumber. busiuesA'l'he. 'Sprin* and'Summer 1i hell indayovemt.r'eonie publie ofjthis Stat*lot
00 a will continue to run newspaper
Jacksonville Female Institute. "
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per1'0' offered in holf i9tJla part of .
limEs t . ; land will bo -, .eighthsjliiJefferioncountyon Zlerce. and'Silyer Spring': ;Casnme're .oi De- the space of six niOnUuu feeton tSe
-per1b-n. itI 7&8tao'c THIS ISSTITC'MOIf N, Having 1, me- Monday, 12tb :, ; ., thCaptaiaon board y Col'4 FlanuetCot- or'ptOtMW that if* enpy.t
; '
.. '. ..! operation ,for more than two years; 1852, .about' ;2S,640'JWarfiswiMonday.'igtb Palotka. ,AH letters.. ,Oot'd Cambrics. 'D\ial1.. dt.t r. UD1lerved
April
't,7. "
4 will hereafter under the : / or delivered t her.tbea so*Mafter
". .. : .tper1b .- ." .' :.: ,_ ,. : joint control of ; Ir. "- 65,560 paid. ., : ; i ,--} ) Cassimercs, ordort upon I
.... .1t... ;" ,. :,.."- .' .-' 12j& MISS P. SWART AND MRS M. MARLOW. Uamilton, Monday 26th. :"., 2,440 -PaTatka.. Nor... ". ..11' 1 :IitJ aga.i w bm'J L" tarwrmfrtm
pu-Ib, Mrs. MAELOW has' been with 'So]% -, : rBlk'Sdki La
_. .lately connected Ctbmbut Monday. May, jo zi, months afwrj tb*said.dr i UME.'erbbl; 223 a one of the most popular Academic at Greenvilfc, Alothvo J Wednesday,5th May, 4 ..9,520 y ,* ."j *-" "-'*"'' >***'. ', J&ulLwberer4 "Oz lti ,, ; .

LUMBZj : 8. C., and brings with her the highest testimonials Levy,Monday. 10th May, 20.430 be the first [ s CottnterpaJnes"* "" frts( .n hoe at a.q tfltRaO4 nue d.y
,: of her character and success as a Teacher. Marion,Monday, 17th-May, K.S10 ON at public ,' -. .sl Z1. '1 .fq. ).. 'J'os.Lo".) .
'.' ptT.14qfllit1l2k.U'.2iid She aloo refers to oL B. M. PKAKSO.I and Mr. .JcrnandoBentonJMonday, j ,- a.4ii-t1q.I
-40 .10, f beret eligible bl ;.. erft4.dSinlber*
J **- '
., i.;;' 3rd -4o'34, WM.. BrrxsHAM. ,of this place. 24tbMirj. 11 43,640 Vn-LA within a mule "1 -ir" l4-.1f I. ..
} :11'tIroi'nf.rl' -
Saturda;2t1L1'r1l ,
Miss SWAKT tenders her thanks to her friends : HJJib : : or4jO ,
Fla. 'and feht : QiJ"
sonville. : .bbef
UQUOILS.NEunipera1.. ;: : >es,5IerinO' ,
..ii
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"n .I""F" TERMSA-Qie-fourVeaBh tbe''cther three ,n.'ari. u ,
,33' 8 and the publics generally for the liberal patronage ... ; : "'
I : Plank'Koad. SC
: plated 'ddi Umbrdws -
; and' informs them 'three annual instal : ; 3cE1rYa ". "' k
do 3588 already received respectfully fourths payable in 'equal : fixture ? togetherwith J' M1t1ithloriinaJDowmaAtelllw
Gin .s
;
a .,, that, by the recently formed association with men[*i with interest In advance.: Or,if anjr purr; "" 'f' '
Whiskey do ,,. ,3035JIOLA8SES t ,TtRiis-Credits;will .: : .. .} ,-' .. moe.-W"
.. tL-c'l'
Mrs. Mariow, which goes Into operation on the chaser prefer itj;five per eezt..yrill ,bet deducted to the amount < ; ," :3xJL..r.. ,
.. .., .4f i Is :i ift., J1
cerral. .'aJ'.371 lit of.March, aa additional number of pupils can from'the credit instalments;npon the payment of.. 1iBput&bIetitlu whoa ; ,14 OIt4.M .cHfixer.W
po : : be received into the institution to whom a faithful the whole purchase money at the_time of.". .. -. -' :* ':- ;: ;. ." -ApdJ.3il JJ ('

; 1L8perib S and !onacientious'cliseb&rg,or. duty will be ':- ].. ; : .JJA T 4JJ, O.> WAI.A.ti1h | Feb.S,1852. y l Vf Ww1TIotooiaOosaty -
Jlli.
VVvyi2t
: cheerfully given by both the teachers. '. :'Register of Public Lands for the State 'of-Fla.; .f'i ,- ; _- .'" .- : .hereby t. anUoned bl ..
,I4 ._ :-T. <. .
Mrs. SLitLow will devote jrtlcular attention 'Tanahateee.pecember 161851. \. j ;\ :&.eertahi.promisBory

pI 112 1125| 125J j to the French Department,as well as to the natal janlSnT'T.!, .- _l Polnsctt's' "->,!IT7" "), .on_or about th. .Wtrzn..C**th.TI&t. t' ..,1nver.eontiinTorf

P40V1sW English studies. ._, :'tJTtmwftr Suaeoq S.'Tyler or oiUlc1OOrrcJrtS "fr.MtaoI'day
. ; : -' '. ; .. J &ton.ishiugIuteUigeflce S c T Un1tnt t'Jo_,.i'. hundred andseventyi. C8IintYOd
SM Pork bbl 23 ,,; quarter of dm* vttkt. : ) !
per '; '. ;The 'Cash System Adopted! .The foiloVnig cer after date."The ot.June.1S5i.'the toDo.iDe deseuitetpaie4ciflmM
> ,2r4o ,4o.. '. ; Orl.h IT&Phf'rea4; ';"itiIIg;and : tfoVJS.lONmi' ities of this Medicinfi i not* was gjt'eabaa : siiaeIhs,mld $ U.u
MeuBeet4.. .: \: .. aritbmettc/ p.$1 00 :AVT: the new'GROCERY; And,, it Well b1 qV{ 1J. .E'mr..1IL..1D
." !' of In Columbia county; : co9efli4
citj
; ,Hams per Ib.fiitovdo '. .IS,tP'" Grammar,'geography,-and Wrtory; _. 6 00 STOSE/oCUie l1b.i'h9.b;'th ,. s.&. 'ih4.1i1 .a.
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. -. .. 'l1te J ber oranches of the English' \' ... Jacksonville't.,4'-. : ; -T.4 ., ',, I ;; :Pntu ". ; 'i-! 'ft y rlteh*;' "tam ca4_ 5ZWa1I 1
eceIvi1dend P ey1arO: I,
Shoulders Jl' : ed tiOD':0: .- 'fifOO lost ;u-,&E ...e .
\ -r.i HAVING .. ,... ... 'f |'1I
L I'QTA"rOEB, : ', 'charges far,*Instruction.mn;:'tbiFrrimc1, .t StoCk demands or. Gooda.seleeted'withexpress of thiS MarketI ; r :Da SittVlI: take Jh : ."., tJ: tMl- h 1' .Iz15Udta&e"'gR."- .
reference to iho
Sweetperbiii 100 Itngnage and drawing. j presented sinpe 1 saw,) ritt present 1Y'M- .
. ; UAM.H'.r"! St";, a The musical deprtmentof this1 Institution, sunder take pleaaure'1ninforming tbe'citizenof;rt'now this lied t 'c1;:1 r : of the Estate *f,Wm. AffigatorV 'Dee.13 J85r. t "'iM.4

'F IlL POm.,. .SJetea,' : :-. ready .
ed performer on the Harp,Piano Forte;and GnU '. IPLu for a lnalae&tle-"- NO w M4i
0 I10h.. 125..'' Only An enumeration of the! 1titudinOui.arti., ;'1 -
. SICE/ ', u", ".*-' ,.-41 *.,:: ., tar.dated Pipils with board.from the in country respectable;caD.families be aeeommo from cle*.with which ay Store ia.suppliedIs'.deemedunnecessary : : E. same;pedal D.J".dk' .. tii ..rJ" .

'ptrlb' .- s*f.'i iSALT. -."-<'W'; -I *,6: to.ljlerm Dth : 'I. ."- '- ; ,i/Aiffiwlt.to say;that Jbave'.erery.tbipa Mr" Egbert PoinsettS ; said .tat. .L.vintio4Ssr8I.aib 4bil1iau dS.Ik ... '
I i- 'J' ,..._ &.j ,.. .Me':I'io.'. .} ; fioOdsJiaeslred.InlUiel-wajr. of Dear Sir XT aTa JOHNSON .Gr4111afle4w si4 l&W f" ,
, -0 .tf.f'. '. _t"Ii, :' < "..Adithnhstrtor.u. ;
per sack. d..l1S1.1-1. ,, ; l'stuT1yeuittiS. r"- :'TTlTU8.- .. :' dlan Loxecast*' t1;titenvilb at the vcon .
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: Jacksonville 'P1.'It'eb' t9"11sr-tr. bottles:was .tJ .rf JOn -
f50AP" ; of.tbe ; tbe26thind. ;
f',:, .-* erlbSHLyGLES. 's ; ; '::5' & 51 Pekln Tea Company: r 1ouse ,. *". yntery which had|> ,1. ., :' 8.IlCJ..' '-. .

f0 and 7T Poltaa .. Heir York.. ', 'Noti e.. trusioB of the rectum. ?' ""y' Jr- .Or-- Tjv1LJt1e, *.wJfJ.
iL"I ro ..cOO nntlE CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH tNSTI'TDTg''wiU remedies that had J shall'pfesOT Ira jackscY e : :
r THE PEKIN TEA COMPANY hat -
.J' J; JL In'the .
ElC414' } '. ,' I ., I open oaMondayY Inst:, not ate.) Tb* I u.Administrato '
r been!ttt&blilhecl1Wa7'jrearti and has. erected by 'CoU C D- .Your Indian, i '
Ofi' new Building recently bottlO 1a.t
'ietlb, : ,decea ;
I J.. alwaysmaintained .a nigh reputation 'Jacksonville : Tb*Sutscribef'ha al. ;
TOBACtO ,: : Hart; ;,Fla. tive and certain cure Ju ,'o obste.ciame .
g
.
-aforTeas of ths most delicious character nn .bemibcr .UL tekr. '' trw
faetttred: ii. 60. .procnred the servieeS'of: :Madam Do*.Aoebes, .or anY t.h4J 'im'ann11 ,to .
., 'TALLOW perlb: ', ., .. '. aad fragrancy,'and at prices whljb' bare'in very in the Female Depart men t;*and feeU; "confi- or'' :> pcc & : "'. id.Jo& I. ,Jl{ itR.on.sksfl aatam4I0 W.,

: Instance:jftreo'satisfaction.: The Teal art"warr, flenee that her Instructions! ia thB'various branches -v.fW". .. .-.: ,. # ;j I. 1 -.1 aaU JiJ. $ : .
perTh : ... : : '
1i. b* "
I : ranted pure,and may returned If they'd'not, of education'including. Mosie# wm:.exercise a fNn; iid'mI'uo ,'desmrettt- N 7j5$4!
_. ,. fo.'iliIh
prove t Mas tbeyawremrented.- Tea* influence the pupils'under I
t. I .. tb--1-2 blchlvsatisfactory -, iifl&ir ._ .. ; tM1TWAdmU..j, '
. 'T."II1': rd.' ioU b11.hlJ'Conjpany Mtdone up in 1-4 her Charge. .- : N'F.BRO\VN-; :- ,./. "JaoklOnTi1K'i
ot Vay lb/.T nd1 .IW'p ekmgtsri making,it'eonTenient 'Jacksoniine. JaB 'lStJ : Principal \'If. \I) lit. .0'1'1 .-
fa .Ga,at thi .mdftoe C&pL 1.reountry.aecbte to have:agveatvarletywith : ; ; | :; tdui1 b. : .'f.c :.tf
ig U. S. a..s..ltrtlae Bar: Mr. BZOTVK, of fit. 81- .
mall.ionUay! of cpItaLiotel WEKKS '
.1ItaL..Tlaet4&e..fyiNhthe1 keeper o1IrTaiIaw;:Greeand Ohio 4:3 ; uLni- ,
, certain of their table I I
having on
.CtfHENK4mbt T TTITUSef tbi .plaee.t.o'.J.j. may always apblform bieral'paIDt.'T. ttw'HonJ Judge .1ollel.' _ap -
character of.Tea; wbicn Teas; f.which i" '11A.i' ; 4- ;1CA1tr. rf.C a. Edward ,Hopkins,' of baiT lMAchin .(u..p oe.-1 CentIer oanty;!ie.frotFIori.
.-" liert i* a large"Toriety,::'are.done. trpjn,.three 300 .rw t. 1Am. .-
SldnoaDty.. plloza.r.\g .'iII.\ ".1
wrppeTh' TheinsidB is.af Jead. the second wa OS! n--'. i1:4.me. constantly on baMxasdf WV
ft v- t tet proof peru4 the bnteid*'CbIuezdc.-pa-, : t 0Q tUO@i same7 ccptiJn mike-, .1 taT 'I ,AIliptori.Fe1t-JW w 'for ialIi'. and'lithe asIdr ctbIt a b Usi
; j
,
A&BJTJUU AT BTJfFlXOTOW HOCSEMarck -' .ile from
% -* jf* 11.1JiIlK'O "aou / "L T. J f WMft .
per -
Ktb-Ff 3 JW. .:-'e siua1 ftt.o .F.T1s1e i.nh.New YO1iIT1eeItbeApati. .for>ea a, jb/ L9 ::2 beriIjboUe4'il1,bWCt prlADa0 pl !:: h {. ; ft' l. R .'t..1.

.Ua.fiaratoca8 ec 'l *l 1Idp I UrQOIOn, .. JOnNI:-1 doJ't. 9. JmLe:: ,
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< _aki.Bt.AarartHw a' iBeel.jN y! 'uaBroqhtO Ut..t5a&IWh .. ".:T..tTn case.'W U1IZCL.. "r id1.a : ;. : ( .
PJ'.k SStIP. FI& Feb ;' .- ;- /t .i.l", '.. .t #tN' Taunen'OiI.rarioM ,Satwiday.taaeUar mor1liD1C .w.;. ''1
Cii WnWJVimaa. Cozi' : ..4. c ,_' :quaUtleafrOu1Z3IOCeflt9Org5L] I at Fioolatii : H.L.'

I stwvMsrA8aaak.Ga4"CW : }Tq' H"' 4rr tJ"lj -Ji".. ,witl W'!tfaf la faf3o1u.JlW: ?Ta- 'P11&a'IOtt4ay u1 -.llt m4w f:: IrlUA..tt.,.n- f' -
ptrTrietiS Mod and qualities from mo CO -
5' art .,V .." yj. Pff > ,1 .ttteror.r !" t-f. '
(. .'F i" CoIiLs. BY VIRTUE itttoLawIihallKpoM&r\ penrer,ct 4 a;i e )ji!1 a4-neatI per U M''j\ t::. : at I for. f -- -
before tbe Coort r4tntllOW gruiefoTleaY7 J1p.1.IfjJottJ aorn$ 'AO'.tor:
&nIIIaIs.t'A HIMwj1 # .J, .
..J. __-' ... ._., I ; house dolt Jaj ib.1owa1'.et.p 5 of'. : 'i.u4..{j.f1.... or .
"W' ,. Pa&iiajeba first Monday'September feS2 ',, 'cukJ] oI. ''coDJiJteDe1'j requite. : ,
: ..: .ARiNEEW. 'S'fL betwvea tM legal b mn of saU.tb fsllowia d* '4-4'' >I-i"-.Priee..t Per tI.& r'Nf't !t1k-et
.' cdbed property .rMvaeb thereof a* wilfpaytb 150 tons eoiotMineralPalnt,ia bared*,ai +.F: .TbIf.c1ar' 1

4 f"0: .RT' ,.'A'1t8.0X'..L&f. 1 1t .Sa aDd county'Tass'4a "., 9r"tile .. It',4I.low..hutket.-I, l t'loyeclM Sae1r .: .

% *k.- 't r"; *1' re rl ,twit; JGGOO aora'DOrt:er 1.-;ofL4.aILeaLeyingasd Madsis.o14uraatcatdedlwel.T4dc4.re4 not tiiBkfme! jrieia4 tcf_ r tt. .... "1.
mUt4L8' {
/ r.a .f being ia Soetloo SSUof by thoe $lns ItiS 1't vTiitib 1 .

'rrr f.'Q' '. 3"owUdftO..1:1.f'Olx..q..; E..1 uoei.tTewnsipl1S4 eaual tafiacem Dt1.''. .. .JI.T{! W'1 1 ji'u Vty< i.- .- .-*.,!' #'

,M! jgfefi 10.84 and .1e16ptL1an48m.Ie ..Of.w.G" _"t1"1.f 1.' :, ; '' J .J at..bA
i** 'r-oii $ ;.rtriDaWpIl18..tl&..E.;.. t J.a ea ny l :1EJ1; 1i .
s..Nw.c-f 1M 7 30. iboi ,1I- ,. / Id" '- .'
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j.c : ...if G 'It1' n& and qdck mtarus. > :' :. ;
rot1 : x..W..R1r's:4ITHt
-- D.po; t t1J$AUKE ,
.' ,,. ..A.i4tf"t.r.J' YA", -;. ., < floisseIlL 2J eb for euh." '. M "'Jm*$" 4'k'r&Y'nhIs
\ Jf H ..h.ioflJl'A.'t.c.arr eoat'f; :J5GW"a1wtc\IID '. cnc&q
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J JAMES;H:BAKER, '.'. f. the, United t$t*<", .; ti'iS u
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f .f. < r c ,1- Canada, fronr *nd after $ym.
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ttMttil""J .11 "T-- AT HOUSE"OFFIGEE.JGovernor .
} .! 5- "STATE 181 rt>f r V,#*r'IIISSI : % t,' :' 4t>" f vuuett, dwi.-- : -j 5*
I $ i.Ib.1ilIaDnvs1Conaty.B.l"bTf" ltlo ':C fumbd"Co Etm 'Florida. .THOMAS BROWN: .. _.L: I ..'Illir' Vntk' 'T Sf-tVso. **'i m, m8 T'b irWSL>& taJluta
p I 4 '<'b\-cOL1JMBUS'bR.'EW.- ,' -. : o t e>ery ttnzlitelier In1 na -r- Ill i C k5--w.TfTcSwSff ,t-.Z.iKlJ; I-
I. "* --' '- Secretary State CHARLES DOWNING. !. < or any kind. inpon which( /Pear. iO F. J arn,eutitel lortnTioiiplaint
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\ S General DAVID HOGUE- .
f.wmnij
H. WElTSmITH
Attorney asked St communicated laf 1.6 fooupo1NDWLot1JS.ftIMbei1sy.
if .4 ;, Thm ;Dollar!'P' swntun, payalltJNtpwi t.I Comptroller. 30IIN ..BEARD.cS: ot'algnl sent f mail the;rates. ireg "st* the

or&erUtf th*Paper {iTTpKKTV'T::1AW7. Treasurer, WILLIAM RijHAYWARD. : .>. table sall) be eb&ried'J udror 4iseasosndJ fcel bappyjureeommndIah!the
.I ,1 't I"t;81I\mjtt.a.-1It t'pJa'b ton-ih..xPtra 1on ,Alligator, Columbia; ; Cod'Florida.OSSIAN ., Register State IJAnkAY1U WAUCER- tlj\r.oucthot' fl'at1onof'.n"o \ lJ t public" -, bun. ylLr .

.' '.- I Clerk..Supreme'.Court. ROBT..S; :..WAYWARD.IUDTCIARY .: 'ezgbt named in'this tablo; al ,.:.y "->- ,"-.J-' -, .. rt t- ..G'OftGOUL1'i"E. ;.
1. 4 *f th*jreajvwrrciarced 3Adnftrt -S .1) ,
-j 'B. TTA1TNE4LAW ; : : rateistbbe cbargea,": : Y' ; l'O1nuttrEl. d. JK *
at'the following : rOJ1'HEf PUBLIC "
:i eBtt Will 1M Inserted : '. ;ISLAND St.;Jpjia's
: rem8'JuJge 5- 34eb,
..( .'. : flLI( D 1sTrp1xe (oft1ielrime)for I ; ;'?' 0kuiiltfkt., .. "7" ._, ;:. ; .\\ireur. -dewted; - Agsi4,385 l

!; .tr aaa1 Seventy-Five Cent for enty,subse4taBf -' KEY WEST, FLA.fPrMtices Hon Walker Anaerton* tifav$Mleri PensacOla 1a' S ', z 1.l".- :), ; : rbt"examlratioajand| eolJ ctl : Dear Sir tThh win inform yon that tnrwtof

i' lattfUonV.To. :yearly Advertisers (liberal 5- in: the United 'States and Stat ConrUof Hon.&.G. Smmes ,- I 5 ASSociate, ,: ij ApalacVa' ..S ;, 1. .tiS ., i -', .nre-icroal piif5t"rOotVfend! h my children were iangerofi ly iU Witk tic,DjWaterjor

... :. .Kscoait'win Le.madel; AU tmnslent Advertise-, S the Southern. District Florida.' .: 'Hon, L:'A;>TomsoB"' | H "'-T*l .'ai'!,; .. .', ', : 'peninsular Florida,'the,p' pr Uarrh 4;fdr, abodtalziwees.L.wej
d -S '
J. c v JnlylO-tf : ,< 5- : :'Circuit Judge*:' J ,. .' l had acquired i knowledge almost,eYerythiag that gcrertHyroeneff 1
-asuU; (except by persons naviirgVnminBf account lisease,bat all to no effect. ATnd'nii4coutinended
Western1 Hon. Geoi.S.Hawkins I Apalaoh.- :
widi lh*office) must be paid forpreroustovli- JOHN O.HATEL7 Middle J. Wayles Baker. I'Tal'hasVJacks'vlle : ". is- rarely 'obtained by me Wtry your Medicine ealledBM
{ : : Eastern' I Thomas Douglas I S SS ct alone! 19 botanical 'Sc! i LOXECUS1V' Jtprtctred tf-vin

r". : .' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Southern | Joa. B. Lancaster I 1 K. West" 'N catl .' : .. happy to*ay thae'JBotLZes of H cured, a-llire
I iI" .1".at distance un'roTem their remit UcbeaanaSamuel ,"' : of ehiIdren biDT :valuable
OFFICE; NEWNANSVILLE, James M.Landrum.SoTr W.'Cir., .the freserrt 'eal'b has mr your MedJcmJ
4 f'taatti for advertising,by the following rates: B. Stephens Sol'r M. Cir.,, Quiney S -'.WnuPuPAl : may become generally,known,vf,that sH thai may
botinical t
pit tisretwsive lines $ six months EAST. FLORIDA.' John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E.Cir., acks'ville Weighing J os. or under,being" ; of compounding afflicted with ,this diseaM may havr-a,'d land
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!\ v '."* ., .*-."1000 ..scp.11, : tf.. Ossian B.Hart Sol'r S.Cir., ',K. West single rates.: .,.., ',' ... .'.1 I ; his labors having been soft remedy) Years tnri, ;.t"i ; j>.
tI''t.'Ir j." I .1' Over I os.and not over 1 oz.* l1g Disorders from abroad. t JAMIThIELGEqo1nsettEs

4} it. lTn tq1I&ref:toulz montful,' :. 1500I B. Mi PEARSON, COUNTY OFFICERS. Over oi. and not over Ho*. ; 'm nr iri'vThich he has been 3 -1 5 '4. ..

,: ;i. ptud..therB aa.Card. p un. '1000 S ,LAW. Clerkof rerl1ou.andnotover2oI. : ia his-. AcxsQvzuIy.0: ,ik
dpR.wEr41' (First nasae Judge of Probate; second name Over 2 01: and noLove 21 01.. > preient position ,
1 b f''I' .II 'Net1eel.i e ''oruluICredit n,. 7,00s H.\617remffved Jacksonville;"Florida, and Ct. Court; third name Sheriff fourth name S .WBEM Unritu.-:' 'I : ::-A/i'p 'rsbriaI friend '3fcted Dear Sir: I hare tried"ywur very Talabl.TM t

; ".Application for letters of admlnistratlos, V 00otlwrfAppUeatfonfoVdlsmissalias.Adminis will practice in the Eastern and' Southern Circuits i. (whenever it occurs as Gadsden.. &!.) Tax Dingle',rat,as ..above ... ... haying failed of.obtaining ineforDiarrh find it by far'th. ,aDd
Assessor and Collector.] : Safest cure for thia dangertfua disease that f have
Over iolancl oz.
bot'iover'l
: .. the, Supreme Court'or the''State, and 'in regular faculty:one day known heard of. My little
or dadghterf
., Over 1 ; ;
# Circuit.County. and not H oi aged
Western os. over
T f ..a b$1!?; ,, ( ", ? '- .- '. $1000' the'tT.'s."District Court for the Northern District Offieert.Port' Office S Over li oz.,and not over 2 ozi'; ,:;It is:said' :.thtt' .every" [ about. years;bad suffered. ng' and was rednced --

ct ,' Ferannoamcementofcandidiitesfor' office, 500 or FIo da.. ?eb. W52.-tf.. Escambia Charles N. J.f dan ,: Pensaooli: Over 2 oz.'and not over 2J oz. e an antidote for to-ialmosta skeleton;,and f tried Wt ofa
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i 10 N!annowjcwoentwill be:made nnless'C&e same I' E. DeLarua. .. io the locality; i lIsa, you,.\} Bottle of your;"INDIAN LOXEQUST
'f : : ; From and after the30 '
: it has acted
U like,a eharm, the child 14 nowl
( 4 '&m&nie4iui the ahwnrtt' c'hargea. >Ilot. HOPKINS & Bll All AIM ; F. DeLarna :of the field and wood, )
*it mode of computing the rates proving and may be Men by those whtfdo 4i b P
.E4iUri: I -|!<,9' Set prate benefit will be Attorney' at Law, 'Santa. Rosa John Chain Milton e. letters from one.office f. somelhirig to': relieve me," liev*.' Kespect&By, 11'Ta : I .

.I OFFICE at, PALATKA, E. E. S.Amos ", States Territories to another 'replyVwas, thai" be was* '; :\ .
It >*%Mt 8 aotTIe tne rate ofadvertsing.I Fla. *. : S L COLYJN.
'.!!eHo1 I ,Obtnal'J',:and Marriage notices,will WILL practice in.the Eastern Circuit. Business Isaiah Co\b.Jr. North letters American between the provinces-is United to properties of some plants! Ej PoinsettEsq.. .. ,;
: WaltonHolmes Daniel McLcbd XTcheannaMori '
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graLla.J entrusted to their care will be promptly attended Angus U. McKinnon '" ". wit: Single rate, if not he believed would have jl e S 5 8TljICBo, FaJlI;: ,

,,.t to- o.\ ''CwsnwtBMatfons mast be post paid. to. February 19, 1852..tC U \Vm. \V.McCollum. so double rate if exceeding half and animated with friendship Dear Sir: Thl"Is to certify that .BoUfi of
Savannah Gordo excee ling-'an ounce ; treble rate the:preparation ,a medicine your.Medicine called "INDLiN J LCpCECPST' '
RtjnXhmn tf. Ataer Biker cno
09 and
: ; please publish has
p'i. ounce, but not exceeding an permanentljfcnred twoofonrNgroesoAI
) send their biHtothis office. ti Martin W. Brett'Robt. 'The material was galbered,5:
h't ZP.Eanderson1 '" and so on charging an" veTo Diarrb a. ;I take pleasure in r ommendior,
'.. "S R; Golden ,- additional half ounce or fraction and then carefully your valdabl* Medicine** being without ubi
Hill
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I f "'.: "TTOln'EY A 11D ,cocssEt.t.oR ,AT LAW, Joseph S. Baker n. D. Washington a -' Orange- : ". The mode of computing rates completely successful : one of the best and safest remedies for this disease.
Norman
.,1 .TOfAVING removed bis office from Columbia (4 Campbell* -> ." Great Britain, and to all other .' 'The fame'of this cure,* J i that I hare heard of. ,r seen.. Yoara.lrttlj '
John A.TaborJackson '
JO., County to i Jacksonrille, .Dnral County, PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE MIDWIFERY the British North American circle 'otrrriend induced '> : :. \V ociryki.. '
4 4'p mpeetiaQy.Informs IMS friends that lie will continue AND SURGERY. Fred R. Pittman ii anna will remain-8 at present a To, E.poinsett. Esq.'JACKsoTntiEJnne.. : :
t ft "S/C. Bellamy March, 1849, and agreeably to ns for the medicine, nlillt .J : 5th
toe of Us as formerly Office on the corner of Market and 1851.
practice profession Forsylh James Griffin of
ded to the table of foreign making a'preparation
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Hv. ; Dear SIIT I haver
] used
yonr'Indisn Loseciut
f '" H. will attend at each and every Term of Streets, opposite the Ccmrt House. 51 Calvin Stephens 'made k ,
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.DIRECTIONS. ; quantity,\vas upand in my family, and have found It a very rateable
; "t lie t"Cire it; Court lntBe; 'wreral Cewftks of JACKSONVILLE FLA. CalhounFranklin 4' R. B. Evans Blountstowntf 1st. Every letter or parcel give away, wllhout .a th remedy for Diarrhoea.-,.take"-great pleasure. ia

.44' f" the. EaiUrn, JnricW.Ciretnt, tnr,County of Cct.i6, tf. cc Benj.Thos.F.J. Parker Land an*ounce in weight, shall. be ing a remuneration. ,More' recommending' it to the'publiev;' ; .. :
Hamaton'In the Middle Circuit the Supreme or rate.. Respectfully, J.E.TOW SE n.Egbcrln'olDeU
S effected.
.),.. f a,', :. Coed ktTaUalianee, and the'IT. K Court at St. United States Mutual Insurance K Arch'd W.T. Bennett Spencer ApalachieolaSaml 2d. All drop-letters 'or. S cures of friends were and tired. At of the = Esq.'JACKSONVILLE .- ." -. j
office, not for transmission
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post Ffa.y -y I7 ISSIv
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> 'AIlp.Uae. All Tjnsinesi entrnstcd to "Lis care Company, his"time'and becJet '
shall be
11 t only charged with upon purse, Dear Sir Tb;*may certify 14 yon that i.had
t irlO receive prompt attention.Addreii WEST POTTSDAM, NEW YORJL S MiW7e Circuit. one cent eeh., the medicine for 4.
r I girl suffering tinder a &aek.1 Di
negro ; severe
'.: 'J. P. SASDEESOX. Jachtonvillt, Gadsden Edward C. Love Quincy 3d. Each deputy. pMtmasler, that what bad 'proved' bl f"8 arrhoea,and that the use dt ODe bottle of.yodf
.' .tc.-i KINGSLEY B. GIBBS Agent, u Robt C Lester '; ** tion for the last preceding fiscal lose virtues'from preparation called "Indian Loxecust"effectn
ti ,. Itantla., 30th June) did not exceed$200, not Hy
JaebouiDe..faa.J1.1siO.' tf MAYPOUT MILLS, DUVAL CO., FLA. Samuel B. Love U the mail aft letters- written by to the many,'or from, having cured her, and wonld take this method or re
.. S May 22 1851 tfBOSTON C' Hugh O. MeLeaa i. the all commending it as a very valuable Medicine; ,
ceive through mail price instead of>being ,* Yours truly," JOHN-BRASITLEr. *
_ r '. ', :.cQu Hclnlosh Leon David W. Gwyna TallahasseeNewport addressed to himself,on his 'then is.t the :
Oscar A. Myers ,. shall not exceed in weight one ; origin o(- -1 Wr. Egbwt linsett.,3iczssvtti.n; .? ; .

.;;.4T7Ofl1VJI'4TLAW: & GUNBY Haley T. Blockef M postage. This does not POISSETT'S INDIAN LosEccst.- Jul.1.26. 133 J..

iI' .,W1.ttleitiIsi! GtmSt maTt*ia tW Eastern COTTON FACTORS John H. Rhodes any letters unless written'by does rrot enter the fieU as'a Dear Sir: Sometime since I was attacked with

Circuit tS lJnr S&attT35 Oswt a* St.Attgmstine : ANDGENERAL Wakull Wm. J. Crancil their private business only; nor favor in. the ranks of a severe.Diarrhoea severe that I could not at .
.4 Wm. W. Mound U them to receive free of no dreams of building'up ait> ten4 to my business. I was recommended'to try
Court Tatlahassee
at
j the Supreme ; .,
; COMMISSION MERCHANTS. .
Abijah HallAlfonso' written communications ; your "INDIAJf'LOXECUST.t I d'oneBottle
j: "' Lad ptsectttfCl iras for citizens in, any part of Corner Bay ,and Jefferson Streets, R. Combs and on their private business. from pills and potions.. Yet i of it.; At the same timetwo
A f f1orlUl tD4Q"G"ernine t'at Washington Jefferson Thomas J. Chace Monticello f M oress to be so disinterested ,a. my family were.afflicl< t with Hia sanle 'd'

*;:!t *.tltWr before Congress oral tile Departments. SAVANNAH, GA. U Craven G.Fife iiCourthouse Newspaper Rata,per t as to offer his medicine for} We all used th* medicine from the ;one Battle A

I *> \J;* ". Eaut JOHN BOSTON. JOHN H. GUNBY. 'Daniel T.Lenizo P' ABBrtis 3btmri2f fJarida. ,
:
.> tiibti.riben: all entirely. We all well and
us are BOW Warty
(" ; October John Wootea co '
30,1851. 4f. fait return for his labor and
<: f j. ,'"JUTA1850 ..tfJamei From after Ihe SOth of'June from .use ot'mly on :Bottle'of yowf ValqabU
Madison Alex'r McDonald to which he has.been 1bjec '
Medicine. .1 t :
r. 's* :4I.k: '" W. Bryant E. M. MOORE, & CO. iii Saml. It. Sessions 1 ii" newspaper the annexed not rates exceeding per quarter three rio universal remedy,for "the. ., .. o.u if'lUOTnY i IL4Jt1.

rfI >. .: GENERAL John H. Patterson i To E.Po Dfttt..Esq..5 ,'- .
5' terly in &vanee' These rates j js"hir td"vbut simply,claims :
I 'f\- -c- :,I.1UT: x b CO"ON ELLOR-.1T.LAW, comrassioN H Robert McKinney the paper is sent from the office a remedy.in the : -. MandArin,F1., o t.:1: ,1351&
'. ; .Wa&tedtoI'rofeasiona1bueInessintheCourts HERCHANTS\ ANDS HamiltonColumbia Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. actual and bona fide sDbscri r'a' certain kind of disease Dear Sir-Some time since I was oil a visit'near

.} :' *' was recommended.
\:9. ; ital Ceurt for the Northern District of Florida. (Smelts' new Warehouse,) U Jeremiah B. Smith what, the, name ol'thar' m friend that I was visiting happened tahafe j'Th aTtU) ,

I \ ;r C .".i.K., ALSO AGENT 219 Bay-Street Savannah, Ga. Eastern-Circuit. _" rts in the Seminofe; dialect-THE tie of it in the house,audi nieitit, ar4lt.at4 pleasure

r\ r-1 :f :t.i' :general,Business in the. State, respecting E. M. MOORE, N. M.HARRIS. Geo. herbert Alligator 5' h.Q<*, i i averse in to informing'>havingmy you name that it ia cured print,lot teej'tttlL,I-ala fot

; 'graets and.donation of lands and the location Oct. 23, 1851. tf. S. Scarborough -'a the benefit those that
si 'C ma/ afilietttiyaa.eail(
j'?v ?telling. thereof.. .itAlachna Lawrence A. J..T. Wright K. Mickler Q H Y IN ETT S ..IIDIA', 'L XE : publish this if you thinkvit necessary,, ,..1

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: Yours with 1-
;? ALSO ACIKTfjipet LOUD & CO. i J. respect,
t New 1ansviUe "
A. M. Caston HAKTtETi
I .* Not 50 miles 23 J MOST CERTAIN AND < SUSANNAH"
I .. i the'collection *f Claims upon the United Factor and Commission Merchants, S "* Sam' Russell 65a' Over over 50 and not'over 'I ,"FOR:THE CURE. .: Dr E .p.o nset.t''Jaekaonvflle.' Fla. '
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? :taUs for JiniUry or other services pensions, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, Chas L Wilson0Duval 300 miles ,60. 30 I ra I''nn1.Oelf J.

I ,! r-: *.>*wppttM furnished rolnnteert and for horses or N.-118s Bay,Street. Felix LivingstonIsidore Jacksonville. Over 300, not over.10CQ. I ., DiARR i :DeSir: Y Oil Indian Loxecustis a cImec
I' V. Garnie miles 75 45 -- ic'me.. Some time since I purchased a bottl front
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1 !tt 1"M Uir property lost" ,for whkb the Ifahed States Strict attention will be given to the sale of Cotton .cc Gco. H. Smith S Over 1000 not over2000( ; i' II ANDDYSENTERY ''I A M.j.edEaq.yourof ag6ntand garft Url0n

.Jili- ., ,or other produce,and liberal advances made Uriah_Bowden. Mandarin miles : 100. 60. icy.negroea that had suSTered very ninth (rom
I- ; (1t.A:4badacboui11e;East Florida. when desired. Nassau Over 2000.,not over 4000 I I a'severe attack 'Dysentery.-1 cured hbnfSoon'
'i1S: ii1C C. C. Beseent Woodstock Mills miles 125 75 baslevefbeen peeteTd tctt1i i afterward I h another negro iitUekett wiUrtbd
'It JOIL"lW.C. LOUD. P. IL LOUD. A. J. Braddock 5 Over 4000 miles 150' 90 same disooscj ,1 purchasfftf.?aotiiar botUe,; ad it
t fAJ i
c its merits oo'n
; 'OSOAB..HART, Jan.22, 1852.' Jy. II upon own cured him.a ot. -
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Gad St-Angnstine
St John'sii
;{rI" A TQR-NEY- A T 7.A IV.ri S Peter Humphreys B." Dumas DIRECTIONS.1st. -;-JB@IT''HAS' NOT TAILED; : I'do not"heait&fi'i moment 'In Tecbramiendlngyour
; .p IV ekly' papen S only, : ISSTAKCE. : Indian Loxecnst to the pubfiej as behiy' the
>fic the Seoond floor at the Cetrrt-hoasc, wm. m. 5' Raphael B.Catmv* ". .
upon TUNNO stated are to be delivered free I r mcst eetta1iremedyr4)ysentory..thaU..baveever
'<".'' 7 Forsyth street. Putnam II. R. BlanchardStanislaus Falatka L''S' Valuable -' ls e U'i'
t.'II they are published; and this a1 -'preparation, -*", Wttt'|> ictice'.In'the Several counties of the FACTOR SOUTHERN WhARF, iiii Ulinskillobert S in the mail over 50 miles..," : i several medicinal roots growing publish. this.'Your8 trulyr -
"_ **Eai* BClreutt of Florida and attend to the Jan.22. ly Charleston S. C. T. Boyd 2d. Newspapers contain.ng' of Florida. "It. is PCSELY and S '- '5 *. t:.d MIL mJ .
i ,110 tu : OrangeVillirn Campbell Enterprise inches, are to he charged one ,'and designed TSFECIALI.T for DrEPonselt,7Jacts< nviHei' .1.
;, ..lI.etlo.fob1rsgalnstLeUaitedtatesfort i* Henry A. Crane Mellonville rates. '"*S I above disease. The Inventor' and

\ .. Military .ervicesjmcd; f.r Horses lost, or other pOLLNER. & POTTER. ii Elijah WatsonMarion .. 3d. Publishers of newspapers I fully convinced that it is.an- 1 J ifsonv lIe,&. ep,23 JS31.

S ; ijri1o4ottJo troops in said service. General Commission Merchants John M. Mclntosh"Robert Ocala change free of postage one .-'-In fact the tctf'that.lie has ,Dr.Poinsett-Sirs Thisw to,.eertifjr. that I
I ye7 I have been permanently cored otis IHarrheea
only ; and this,privilege town in which he reside,tnd the sever?
11 j W Also,claims lot pensions disabled soldiers,ort 154 Front Street, Corner Maiden Lane, iiii Helvenston Bullock':Flemmington published in.Canada.,- ,access with which it has met, by:the use of your most valuable modU'cine ealletl
S. E. ,
soldiers. Up SUUr, New York Indian Loiecust, after foriorthaa 12'
or widows and orphans M Willis Ocala 4th.The weight of saying that it ir a POSITIVE suffering .
Jesse ,
"L' Also claims for oft to officers and s Idiers WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted or determined when they are in therefore come to the determb months with that.distressiug disease -J take pleasure

k-ji; of- to their Particular Southern Circuit., 5th. Postmasters are .,not within the reach of all knowing in recommending your most. ,1aab1.* 'media
the widows and care. attention given -
and orphans
: ,. to the newspapers free of postage with this very unpleasant and cine to all similarly afiUcted- ... .
teen aad joldiefk, sale of Cotton, Lumber;Timber and Turpentine; Hillsboro 5'5 5 5 Simon'Tnrman TampaMartin -" privilege S r I Disease, particularly in the iremain yours' truI, .,' !!'' S

:' L .Jio.Als*,'will give kls attention to conveyancing also tthe purchase of goods. .,I ;Cunningham*' ." Cth.l'ftyment in advance ; I States. ,, : I A.JJPJlSS Y.

: ;;to' =etiti,1 tIfleina;' 'record, and.ascertaining 03-Liberal advancements made on consignments. Ilernando: Elias BenJ.'LHagler G.Knight Spring Hill party rates paying to 'any- S deduction : I iDg and look my for."Indian my, written<>I*> I. -' Formerly of Jacksonville Fn ,|f;. ..

t..t to' Cl February 19. 1852..Jy. 5' Maleomb C.'Peterson. ", I ., >J. .':. CLIFTO, 6
--i :: ta A, AH bmsiness'.entrusted to- him' will ,meet with ,. Nathan M. Moody ." RAtes of Postage'to be charged: the,public below to'a.few. Z -.DerSin: One Bottle of yonrLo'xeoannas'ebnf

I-.. bcjjrompt attention! and all instruments of writing E, S DARGAN K Ezekiel L; Setph S Newspapen and every other among many.received,,from. pletely cured one of my 'men of a longstanding,
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of obstinate Dian a.-t'omits eef*
Monroeii !Benjamin Sawyer Key WestJames ted Matter;except Newspapers JacI..soD.ilIe compstiand
''t.: ;.!F le!xfct/!7,hun with ':'neatness and de- DENTIST, ., M. Bracewcll us publitlied al interval not r EGBERT tain efficacy where all other medicines had failed
'' .' S 5 and tent the I take pleasure in r commendng Jt t, is a most
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.4Ili hlQa\cb\r' ,\ (OP COLUMBIA, SOCTO CAROLINA) Robt. Clarke } from office of ; ;I Planters ioInot i bo without valuable medicine. Yours JKe.,* -
and bona fide subscribers.5 .
1 !JiqJekeifl1eie.' $. 185L tf John Boyle : .r
his friends Every family ught .to
P' .., : INFORMS and acpuaintances of -- '" I f'lJt .3t AB9C1OLL."i-
'o'f' '"I'ao ..' :
.
; : :
\II be will make a professional visit Collector. L.D .gv To Dr. E.Poinsett. & .
!' JI'UI .b t1.J ; :'" And ex officio Tax Assessor -SLNo'rn.For ; "QU.t
i. to tbe State about the 25th of : each 1. tREE principal Agent for,!
\ V M -> < It 3a.: ,;.G"E ff :y January and will o j S 7 .
JacksonvffleSoVII2,185I.
remain?one month Will vi U Jacksonville; additional'.ounce-: EI I ,. ;
!, 'tflJtI'POR".hti'i !-CLAIMS' ,o, -. "' 'AT: .-i'-WASHINGTON. Ocala, and the adjoining counties.: ;'Such as may /: 'For the Afflicted.piOJGH fra tion of an ounce, s .- ,,' -. '. s Mr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir: Lakspleuure' ia
Ifi '
r '
desire his services, can obtain them by beyond the ten ounces : I to of
.1'l ;notifying | SYRUPS aid Medicated Cigarette i'P', .j TESTIJIONIAI$; expressing you my approbation yoorlndfan
t WflllanE.Keunaugh him by letter,to Ocala.or meet him at that in this table, an 4. .- oticnst.as medicine. I have dU'withgood
;:'. : point XV.for the Ashthmatio and Consumptic; Hepatic adi= i ., : ;::2 .. : j > family '
; .*9rBAKWtLLJlUl1S{ Hmr. PII: !STLUfI&.AVEl'fUE.I or Jan.any other designated. of practlble access.. Pills, derangements of the Liver Spleen, ditional rate:will.be, '::' : SEJ."EN.C.dSE.cURED- < t-----.1J' ;l.r success., Yours respectfitUy

p. 'XJrotinues io attention to the ar- 15-22, 1852..4t.A1IERIOANAND. S &e.;Tonic Pills and Bitters; for the Dyspeptic; ,charged."o; '>;'. I -, -, ; 45 L! 1jtwAT.Jacksonville .
'lib prompt, Antalgie Pills Ointments,and (Tinctures;for the 5- 'gSJ, : > SIX,Munzxx,FLA ,'.Dce.,9. No" 17:18it

(.;x rgs.aIasi&proaecutIon! .of claims before Con- FOREIGN relief of Nephutic Utarine,Rheumatic and gouty S- .:. :0 ; sti, _-'.. "..". ft /"." / : : Mr. Poii U-4fh1S-n: nYorni'yba that for

I !: ; -JB 'Uy."orl."be/Jocutin Departments.Claims' .- AGENCY pains; Poenitetme Pills,and Mixtures,for arrest- cts. : : : For the benefit of.the-,afflicted several years''I pare nffer d-mucH, at different

L arUlDgfeom"the lUvolutionary; Florida, CITYOIl'WASIIIi1GTON, ,. lug other speedily, jelto from. I.uto the etjecunde urinary ) neucons,Styp'and One ox. or under, ,1-. '2 : the foliowing-rl have had seven times from Chronic Di rrhaea:* I ha'otyied.your.S
discharges organs; .
-5- Overloznotover2ox.: !2: 4
'U ..r Mexican wars; InvalidRivoluUonaryi Halfiyjl TTNDElt the'dii eUo! l orAAltON'H IGHT tic, for ukrne and other Hmoni1iagesAntiby; ", 2' ..'': '.'.Ir.,13",: 53";, 6 a on my plantation thj*.season ; Indian, Loxecnst, ,and anT-Cnt1re're1id,
have and.have no reason to'doubt its
S been
the
'Naval<. V S PALMER-New York Ointments, Powders and Potions, for re- "" "" I." 'C-redjbl use 0 being:permanent
-- or'WUowi J'Pensions"! A"rmyiBoanty and -WORTH1NGTON dropical 3" 4.U'. 4 8 I .medicine called Indian : Believing it to be a duty which,I.QWO to the at-
/irf.Sorlp.Jiinde; 'TaV1of FeV.:'11, GARRETTSON. SNETHEN nfNew dncing dropsical'swellings; Cardiacal Pills fOt :-:4'; : 155j5(5. ; ;; 'JO: rO J11)\ :, JUtted, Tpresent this certiftcate' which
joa"caiL
'- Orleans, Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme diseases the heart and purification of the blood]: i' ,5"L"f ,;, :6'.. 6 12 I poc *' you
,
rrW_ lM7MrAg ct 10.131S; Arrearages' Pay andMneateduertturofng' Court of the.United States. Alterative Pills,for the renovation of the.constitution ,"". ::6 n, "; .45.7" ". 75; '14 ,: ; ." "S"'lL_ f., ;: ANOTHER. ..? that.in useas conversing yon think with proper.whaBaVe'I-wtlK-aWsay,
many aged
; Volunteers; Cbxims for This establishment, formed for the following ; Antidysenterie Pills for dysentery aDd c< :7.'1 4', "!'; 8 "i8'' 16' ; t. ; medicine,'! have not found your'
1"lack Cre Fla.Feb 1st one.who dM not-receive
I ** .
Embrocations for
rr : loti'Mdrother"Property"destroyed Ex'Atc" objects! diarrhea; Magic tinctures and tit 8" ft 's'tg". 9 1(3 ; "
llSfses vf
; relief. 59.1
hi t tor fielD,, us the' >1.United' For practicing"'States law and t ii'tb conducting Supreme. professional Court of those the speedy'of females relief of Disinfectant nervous affections and Propnylecti especially .4-.5 '9 u'- 45 .;_'>.1p.t'o J ;,2o ? ;was S5r-Some verill'1ndeed'witha timo-'since *"'memb' & i *. S JOHNC.LE'PaStor .

I .utel'J&III'* ceived tat:ervlce ;'Wag n-mu. business before Congress., Washes, (the former secure against infection, and< DIRECTIONS.1. \ to several things' usually, ,I-i .MthodkCh34ksonyik.! ( S, jv ,Jart-J. :

.htiiJ t1t'U."r, &mitm'.'.'Ct&iw. .;. )1&rinu.. .,i&i or.. .', ""2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims the latter neutralizes by a...chemical,process,anycontagious .'On'every, :tran 'l ew ; but none of them would afford II: .i Jacksonville; edF4Lhzi35*..
chance Jndian .
with wbieh'one to .Loxecuat
4'4"' In law or equity; against the 'United States before vicns may ;was i
Dr.E.
tulAr handbill er'.
J .".r L Congress or tne. executive Departments, or come in contact;)Colic.Syrups for children; Discntients engraving and: persons 1 made up my mind. Bottle Potnset8iiflireparta
,book
.iU atat1Dt&Uthe: rlbmi necessary for a1, proper agl nat'foreign Governments before ,Boards ofCommissioners for swellings 'pimples, freckles* &o.; magazine matter the above every-rated. very glad I did SQ, ka pne Bottle Loxecnst y6ur"most vana.bleraedi4ae called Indian
. '; ; S _S Salve for Unguents for,itch,' scaldhead printed .Yon will. please publish thia bas entirely relieved me of a sever
- ;- irsai.t1u it 1 f'dairnsi:tlogethefwilh i ,the rules, :, sores; be re1b d, according to the" : attack of. Diarrhoea.* \eheerfolry'recommend.y6ut .
3.5 For the settlement of accounts with1 the burns&o.;Collyria for sore eyes; Dentiefices and ) :Medicine ought to. be
rtgnlaUons'govtralng. different' \henerer.any
the
printed medicine
tt" : Departtak the teeth and various 5' ; lio, Spread it arid &in to those simjlariy afflleUd.
State'reuUt1'War; ,'Navy 'Post Office; and Collntories,for and gums; U.required to be far n *-* ; .
postage ; 'with
'j, : .* ,II prepared:to undertake'11 claims of 'Interior Departments;and 'obtaining the remission other .remedies are manufactured order, on the'.inattention'of. prep icted. may.find.. relief.., ? Yours, & vespetyonis ae.

I ; ..U laJ ioever.'that! may require '-the services of fines,penalties;and forfeitures;for alleged chemical and pathological:'principles!universally sent without 1 r .. :: ,..,EJJJAH. .. i'S ....c.T" :J' j?, ''' .W8.5-._

: ,1r 1"iltl1t ; : I violations iof the revenue,,post;'office, or.Botherlaws. recognized by the profession', and generally kept with'double the above rates; A, : ,.E.PQinsett." ..' .: 4 : Sea Island Cotton: ;
{ .
IN i BAliKtt ins.
'- the Brick Office of DK. :
I i S : -. ? .;; on hand at : :
-j. ,3.T3oand books and : ; hol'n'
S ; E.1F
r I .ZrtIcn1ar attention given to the proper settle.J1ntafQwterp".eounts. i"- ;".:.For secnriig letters J patent for.ilnrentions opposite the Court House.. notweighing over.82 '" : LUt ;'A' pt.15th' } nE SUBSCRIBER.take*..jJJppo ".

from the United States or from< foreign. Governments f tPRICE per bottle pbioLbox. ,&0., with directions mailable matter: ', oance', ',. :; :Sir :Thiii:will inform 1o that i .IL' to infora' th..J1an&en otL.opg' *apte. Cottons .

/i&Charft*'moderate,aadregalotedbytie amount ,'and procuring land warrants and pensions for their' use, .\\,00 S : Periodicals'pablUhed at* rr" : : medicine, called ISDIA thai he still continues the l fac are ptb.
k PRESCRIPTIONS in' extensd '\with medl cored two of, latest ,
ROLLER
I under the various pension;laws ofthe;United lug three months and sent from my negroes of Improved HOR & ifls doable -
Ib-k .. I'if. >-.'.,,f'.4; ilil th extent of sorvicesreqnirjdl-, States./ '. 5 ." cines,$5,00 in hand,"and from $5 to (100, accord. lication to actual; and bona* of Dysentery. I consider.it an' and single, at his usual rates and is/TtfcdX t.
jJ, 1 H"WamanJeatlonj; to'.;InsurV,:'.inscHlOD '-ranst .5.-iot.collect ions generally, embracing dobM,' Ing to contract and the nature f the-case*.when tol* charged with one Jialf th ; Jhia complaint,'and take fill all orderaa.tbesortest nolcoy .'.'
J:0.a" 't' < 'aeoc-tt. .' legacies, and inheritances,in .thei.TnitedStates the cure Is completed,in incurable cain,when in the last above table and : recommending it to the public. -, JI For the reputation of the Gina,apply __ '. and foreign oaatriM -, the relief promised is aA'orded.1.Special contracts' ter's postage thereon must iu all 1 ; ) JfaI17--1onr :. lowing Agents or,t*those who. bjv( .:tjiem In uses:
6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any/of: made in chronic case;when'desll'ea; 'M Periodicals published-at' .. t.q S !D.f AGENTS.Vnialonja .' ti.tt.ta
if.'p
.rwAML J9L'k CO., the States"or'Territories of.the Union-and,loan-' S Orders from a distance: with money enclosed.: three months'are charged with 'T. ,. ', .. ._ .._. ., r &Acoato, Centeirfflage, ] .

(ngOney'"* pnnrtgttgoof: ;'ftf'- 'ft?) l g,i will Jacksonville meet with,prompt Dec,12185l.i lLtteDtioU"'t'' i ;',tfiHOUSZ? must be prepaid,7V: ,.,:i" : I : '.F41L4)9 .Capt. B. R.Bythewood,Beaufort,Si CJScott '''
;
iNII1tttfl1SLllt IElldllh1StU therein .
; ::No-r.-4u.ease there is .
ti ( or & DeVeaux
'. :3Joh ih"
f I11nttd States I ; n cl1.FI : b. CharlesteD8J's
; ore" ;
5-7 Ft
T periodical, pamphlet,cj.other: ; $ .. ... ". _. Tison fcHarrisy O 11"
: and $State stock! and loans collection of the dividends BUFFIWGTON n ; f
Jrtn'l' 'iSi' P' pAper:oooneed'ther with.' '1"d.:01J1" !' Fernandei, Biabee& Cdi: J&cb lu. F.J'l.
.d.' : ". thereon and, generally for the transaction JACKsONVILLE:1AST: 'FLORIDA., any kin4 by which Information. called Indian',Lexecuat with K.R.-Dukes, PalatkvEF: .'r r--'
;,i vwJETERY-':DESCRIPTION OF AG'RICUL"m of all"business''1nu.e to,a"',law';. loan' ,.]"and \ SUBSCRIBER resJeetfull'lntorms the t or communicated din writing,or ,In my family,'bet it a 41111.1.0' S. HOI& Co. &TJl.lI&h G : [

La. 1 a IMPLEMENTS :AND. ., '.banking Communications'-, ? : ? 7 ; ; :THE In general.'that this House,will be a l& the said newspaper,periodical, ; public to iaform.yoa that myself >S. L.lliblack \& Co.;n&itor.,E$' _
1"5r??. .- AU addressedpostpaid; 'to for the of Board printed matter Becomes subject : have been ,cured{of 'Severft Harris
I ; MAsCiy NER X:;, completed and prepared reception nger& ,"EUiabetitowjx. Lownd
'
)[eQrl.1Ja1mcrSnethen. American and For--
: and it ia the duty,of the P nothing else would,give,ns Ga. -
the first .
era 4ay7ofrPctober ,-having ?
7 ..1" by- ..1
.ljLtM>, ;of.jWash will .! ", .
< Tiltod elm Agency.city jngton; receive thewrappert andrenvelopes'trdm this jf please.Yours .t 1I1
e
you
'.. about five hundred feet front;with pianos in front ; ,: tSd
.I, Gesm&l&D'1nPITMUl2t6uePr. Euopiu, prompt and faithful tentfC/ .. < and rear[making It M''comfortable as anyHoua, tee and pamphlets Jao'.liarge .. ;' ,t troll' '. CIU", ,& :EETa.5 J lit -.j.a.it.\.I
; 3olaog Ca1ll hff llolthtg,1otM: Also,every w.ALME1t -.sNETHEN, for the purpose otucertain1iI t-, ; "B0u1A21n ua tIUi ..As'
In the'South and will be able to *accommodat r ; .Jo .
tft! '. .C prdaM Worth and Sftttth,.annli csn'psij tfnc. No.B Carroll Place;Capitol IIIfl.. j : upon or connected with any il r snbscribetv at.moderate;?: ttlOJUl..1rNI\ina:
_ Hirtti flat PUni.and Sbiimlnr Fun. :; '. -..c-.t ,':..JtfJ ) over one hundred and perlODI.HtLWGuld: \1 ,,u'QO )fai6th Gin,Of :;1n.P"tJ.int'1
;
L In snob
!P,1.1't or packagayany & b .
: '_' 'f" ':n ,. .." '" say more particularly to those visiting UJe.t8.outb' .l I ; } onto' S S s.'L;
iwiPToNLB to oerUfy it with much{ toi"
I 'lOYV-ft: ;, for health and the benefit of our delightful climate would authorize or require the _
'.n.-i-3 r 1 U'. \oL JtU 1' ; icniati'L, 'iand. .General.. t.Agency, he baa had an eye.to their;* peclal-eomfort, ana rateof postage. thereoa' *' to the Public thal,I have -been ...-- +-It"l 't S'L 0 -5".M

I. "to', ktHI.t.. 11'1 oa, i1Ifttt..tJfIIIi;. 4 'WaI111Bgt R.'lD..C"Itif ZTOREPI1 hat made his arrangement to make all who.ma; S S of the distressing complaint 1. : t351ULI
.' _,' .5 the '
W O'I, ,.in.l1.'B.i.-'' give him a eal1comb4bleudweU cared for :1 rPpsrOrszc DEPAJ1 T1" tJT highly,. ro lQD1e.d &,tem r- 3am.1t J, JiIr&14. -

: : '-n& P "'I"sr.owt".p WAMCBB'irW, wriwtf c !7&114useita9 jsgcAey. !.t,: thislions. = ---. .-.----- -'-- t Jad resorted tq mans .w"-ta .f 1fgtf 'H ct.t 1ma' ,r4
:-.. ', : and-efficient'attention' to the JlOtjflyLAND .! :.! i1.i.J. aiIndue4 Ito try 'Z'UTHE OFFll'JiB8 fN9ULIJt1S
.. .iMU.r.ni '. Rr:
4 tCKLA\1 {
S CLAIMS of officers and coldiar enraged : .and pleasant Medicine, aad to
y tt*tt4ujoz1*t-M.uoJlf.Po.,1Bou. : JSAMHELfBUFFINGTpJf-! n\. I..':, 4'Gti'R: :$EYER.aLW'4RS"RNlDR.
;
tt: -JNG"
: ia the FtoiroA,WaR,.or toeitVi: tObe.1i J. t' 1 'l1M J'a-' : .....completely.cared.witlxin I LJ :
., Eaq'JMl'Jf'Lon4OD' 'iapaJ WARS in which the U, States haTe been engagoi :: ; p ,,:J.8'i1$ \ .ro 'r ;Pqpawf OR. 'oj gEl UNDERSIGNED, have not been;.troubled.. met .;' a-UPflrnr1rirnwn.Tl'ih.f. "'i, r r .$>;1 Sv
th..W ,.w1thG&t"BnLtliioX18I3tedajni cJLl infbrming the that &d.dkd.. of"*
: poblio
.. 185..t., or ; : :
", -- j lpIr.ThcentMafcoirgrsas.iQnpnHnuttfliMi'w
'
:' 1 tl" S it ._ ,- ,W_ on the U.States for Mn4tA nxncxs,, ; 'tCLINOH HOUSE{: Bricklaying Muo 1r1/? : : haPPJItcrI&Totber'.Im : 'i.a.-d"wbo",_ TeII) .tad
: strrrUKS.reBsiOJiwy ;tm1'nonatTj &o.iand to feci&oi'/He'Will.-lurnishf plan my;observationf 1r1U '. 'BOUNT th
i; ;J; :: dewription 1.H'1lliJDr art Agent or r.' THE'fUB'SC1UB'Efdt. 5 when'desired by persons.. ;add'myimitaHo,the \;*S OJ,I B*widowj,. *

1i,.. t.. J-.L, ,,,'... ',,.. .' ttorne at 'OS'. r''DrI I JAnc1 ; to execute work,:without aat of testlm6ny S : : 1 !. 4bav.tI1&1re well known f, MedielBe.ih 1'
'f $a' i.rrfius1-ids *f5In other casesproportioned I theieitlzens am; rencof .& : undertaki .
:: &A j\ : 55. t..1 the :_ ;;the above uowwwouio.. rpepMUBtiy '
to
S *ebbwg. rtU" nature,and 10 competent,meehaalo-:and work .' J. -caott'' ;1ahD"t JW.eUi
.1-- eft'=-f.rU!. tu1Jc1tS)Mparehated j: utyOfthecu.4 ,} ,- :-t,' ,-! licit the patronage oOhe publie Jher* already for eitiioni of the pbMe4 ; ; t .. .eel i Q'bIio olftce'rOf"lrie.a.'' m-
-i; :1f' ..H 1411 ,2tiS are.at this tlm some five to iix rooms nnoocnpled '
.'" S";11. piflalso act in conneeJUon with AgenU for addtloriaUvidenoe! of Ws' ,qJJf.t 1"41r'It' In socatterswa4 him to
.. Oat, G. Camp several of the same with fire places.i Tbe If OUM m"t'Ii.: ,
Attorneys JD Flori4& *1uY\ ;employed'in: ;a.ft>Casts,aad Moulds C.r4 : J.)8 rf t U.iiAWrrsnte4 Fresh Garc I It within ooe.hundred and fifty, of the Port .
;. BOIntyIAnd and otberet&lmil tra terras -which yard* lug also rued.- ., qQder JUOfJ b..matteti \luj1l',pai 'oibl'Injtpji
-4 ';' S ". ..III'J.IItedI.J'l1.tI .-" maybe agreed npoBi*Letters [which should b. omce an4 .harre um4en1pe4Ja..A 1'1l ',!,.I\'U.I'rltC.t.-.i.'." ?.watl-hadibMB iJa"riu. f'. ;bkrnf' no.1chge ",
/ for Gen. Scott' font hone Coach and.twobotM
< .paid] will reoclr*Immediate atuntknj xn*| attackot Piarrbceai 1f '
1.1
n port experience JupaUlnrJip Sn 6.7' !It.kiT"
i4 IOt$1tb both for ar,
.t..ttJUA iztts weI. Hack Mallllnes, t leaving Qcala wmi-week
'.. .-*- 'cP*-_ : .&*. < JiI *i Fftr/orther lieu!wOrk Idihat Unei Qftdel 1'b1cancMrsndsred nitf Dro1np"kttentl 'aD4-.
&. i1" i b b'. bartienlar apply at the ffices Qf ,
werfcs' .
: lnstruotImbnt'c'
... B9lfcrtunately/when
< tbo'ampIes 1&tJafac.tlOD \,
''fA TJJl.d -' fCh"
1- j 0 ; i bI-3ackinvilIe RepqUeaD and News 0't .
B ,lUll N 'i t'ffu ; : 'C J.q.hi.l: : ;. l hop tit),TW,btalawg & -
___ ._ "***" eredl&' j'' J'c-ftlx.ii iW 24t JAEj1.SKIWj.. .. Jfg&t V- fi ; j: INDAN-LOXECUST;' and tdfi' jp1wa.
w V f J -
tj H u.Zr.I7rtaaz&y 4 ,r JNO. A. M. ; h"WJ S. .....ixicvrro. AT" TMW oiTice., J I I !'" ,v.art 5;1852.I ; n.:: t..J ItfonvjncJiMay.JZS :. i >9tUf hwc t1te1tmt.orwm.) to Id 1i "

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