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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: April 8, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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Legend of Life and Love. sounds out clear like a flute and merry as Patrick," and Mike: :was fastmaking tracks :" --. .. ._- .": _. y.:cJI:4; ? : o : ,- -- 1
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-' the jingling of:silver bells.: It is"the.laugb forth door., when the landlord stepped, )be- : 1 .) 'f.x Wth0 :Bcsoumtras or' LOCUIAHA.::-We : Parties.at.t.$.atk> iiidtb., i e1U'rp 4
A virjr cheerless.and fallacious doctrineis of tva." fQrehim.. .' .,_ vfu rcvcircu' Jhttol.iniurrectn.; fiDd-inOtlrNew.Orleans"exchanges the*following ,C-y... ...." ,.: .. \
that which teaches to deny the yieldingto The eye of the, old man glistened with! U No"you' .do't,". 'said'.he,,taking' ..Mike. bvthec -TV- :I\. -i-4&$5Jf&je: J resolution! of the,Whig t:Conitentionbf ,"'Tbe'cUa'W4: 1Ztec S "" .
natural feelings righteously directed be. unwonted brightness. He tJar.! -< "! movement on the MwJcan> : :' defies its Uaion brother Ctron& .
: paused, sighed ; r ; rontVsr} )baa : Lalmaa : of the *an4 ,
cause: the consequences satisfaction may be'trouble and the brightness faded' away -and d he- went. : on Mike began to' shed te rs''itnd tried to !en raptiied on, the Amercall' aide ,of-ie' 'I.J ; .That the; Whigs pfLoniaiaeTer :. $entindbkthnee'crhQsxeactin \fitb ittoadTtnte -

S'ef.fcswell as lives from and pleasure. with his nan ation. soften the l heart of;tbe landlord. .. grand]b'y'Gen) Harney of"ihe 'United1 : ,-&ra1y) adhere to that great one single'reaacn tthj IM,Uoioa ,,. -
on year to year, "As I,'said, the dying lessons of him "An' sure ye wouldn't be;,the means of bod?"of "publican'principles which send, & Balti.,
jealous of ever placing himself in'a situation whom we reverenced were treasured. in: -ATsoul. pultin1 'a poor! fellow\o 'prlon'let: me' go' jJ tates.Ar4y r,*n4Jeafri dl .tj.prisqneV to gnided bem through all the trials 'of their ba pri.sboa1.! .. eept.t'V4'CAlluding I

where the chances can possibly turn against I could not but feel l their truth in MY] now, and I'll' never. darken the d oriof: your Bro ivilll< in f exas, to be tried far viofating tountry.m t pastj and that they believe, .to the .ebara ,of the. CironVtrand ; -

him-ice, as it were, surrounding his heart soul. I feared" if. I again stoodbeside'themurderer : hous again:as'sure as my n me't"-, ofajneatrality.lawsj i The acciJttnts.hith'-i eVer in the the people for selfgovernment a. others that _! ,. be.ueocia.4,: .- ,
and mind, tooCrupulouslr.weighing in a of taf love and looked 'her L What Cpwti-1 there Free-solersthe! Uaih1sa'a"tbe -
upon : i tasked lanlord.- : erto ;(eceive'.of ,the origin of this revolu-I : .
balance the results of giving way to any of face and listened to her-'words, the wholesome ; I .* &.An*.what was the read on" the. tiona ,'; : 2.-Re8ived; That tbe';'State gaternments know that the' intimation. is'.fal**l U
those propensities his Creator has planted in axioms'might:: 'blotted from: my paper,1'$ asked Mike., naeye: : y aqvement ;bave been so confused should held secure in their teserved rights, says further.. !.; '._ S

his heart-may be a philosopher, but can thou'gbts.60 I determined to act as ,becamea "It's no matter-I'm snrt he's' tlje-chapj11 and oniradlcigrjr that(we 'gladly avail 6ruriselvei : and the General Government sustained in its "We.baY our mind freelyon: : .'

never be a happy man. man. From that'houi I never have be. : said the landlord j don't you think so?" addressing f the,following! i *,clear and thnneced.narr4ive cODsilutiona powers,.and that the. Union this snbfectt.and spkn !bat lhtj.more to. ,
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Upon the banks of a pleasant river stooda held the brown-eyed Eva. himself to the crowd who had gathered of, for rblch we, are in-;; reered and. watched. 'ovr" sthe say, wtt reference to our State'Contention .
cottage the residence of an ancient man, I went amid the world. Acting upon in the bar-room. deb the hlac,1 1 1Sojiie palladium fout; liberties.13 *-, I na bell tailed for:the'purpose of.deter-' .
whose limbs were feeble with the weight of the wise principle which our aged'friend I II Yes,'" was the response; f fo' Republic! ; ;Resolved, That the' great, interests of expediency of seeding'delegate* .

years and of former sorrow. In his appe. taught us, I looked upon every thing with In less than half an hdur, the l la' dford's tl; me about June last, J. Car. commerce, agriculture and manufactures are to the Baltimore and we believe- -
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tite, easily satisfied, like the simple race suspicious eyes. Alas! I found it but too team'was at the door, and was ordered vaja formerly.and perhaps then Mr.loh 1 legitimate and prdpersubjects for the loS,,the Convention 'rlvbt oYrhl I
among whom he lived, every want of existence true that iniquity and deceit were the ruling t get aboard. in the Mexicauarmy visited Brwnsvie, i in tering' ,care of the general government j jthat lug numbers, that IT I E < ,

was supplied by a few fertile acres. spirits of men. Some called me coJd. cal "Sure ye'll give me a drop of the ,cra- Tex s.\-H was agent of ex.- the prosperity :r.our"country depends on Upon this the thisiiitajonaZiJ (
Those acres were tilled and tended by two culating and unamiable ; but it was their thur" said Mike afore you take me, out ical cJiJming title: to large'grants of land their common, 'progrs'!.and, tbat: It' is the (Dem.) ., aguS .. .

invtHcra* cmmJsuna uX the old man, and own unworthiness that made -appearBO into. the cold weathe. >- .' RioJSiandft Vand4lhe, ,.duty of, the ,national! l,Congress..to; promote. remark _', .C$7 -
dwellers also in the cottage. The parentsof in their eyes. ,I axn-.not you know, my "Yet,", the landlord, ordering his Nueces givers.' In particular, he.was h.e: me com.'n1...oiIbireha.s.S < .f arp.not sojaft9 otlhatrb! '1il$,, "'', fj
the boys lay buried in brother lam : tfor Jesus farmer by aiding those, works of internal majority be .
a grave near by. not naturally orproudain boy to set out the decanter age Cardenas;.the great mar in favor t S.
Nathan the elder had hardly seen his repulsive manner-but' I was determinednever "Here's to the health of ye.." said Mike, the State;"'ofsTamanlipaswho{ Oonrna"of: improvement which will bring them phens and Mr.-Toombs. ,are, :

twentieth', summer. lie was a beautiful to give mv friendship merely to. be "an', may the blessed Virgin purtect ye, and members ,his family assert title to what in closer connection and to foster' the, prosperity and many otherJee1 of 'oppt.i .
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youth. Glossy hair clustered upon his head, blown again as it might chance as a feather :save ye.from ever bein' in.my sitivation" known. aUhe1 Carasilas grant, containing of the manuCa'cturr Mr. a" wise and So are :the: Cnttuto
and his cheeks were very brown from sun. against the wind ; nor interweave my course The liquor waS drankj and Mike and the 106 Jeaguei,or about 46,6, and liberal' system protecting the home labor Union papers. In.our opinion .
shine and open air. Though the eyes-of of life with those that very likely would landlord started off for the town from which embracing fie Salt Lake.- His 00'cres .of the free American artisan and mechanic, a plit) in the ConYfnti.'ort' this,.subject* .
Nathan were soft and liquid, like a girl's, derive all the advantage of the connectionand the horse was stolen. a pretext of exchanging* these wa.ner against the ruinous competition of the half. and if there ) 'the Union Demo '

and..his cheeks. curled. with. a. voluptuous leave, me-- no.n _hpttpr____. than___n I\pnr__._._., During the first of the journey. & oize, to introduce a large quantity paid and half-fed labor of the foreign. ', .pau crats and Whigs favorable'! the measure; ... -
sweii, exercise ana jaoor had developed his- I engaged in traffic. Success attendedme. was exceedingly par and the Mike of meiibandize'into Mexico free Of, duty per.' .' who dOnot, join the Democratic party before -
limbs into noble and manly proportions Enemies said that my good fortunewas was not disposed to disturb bis meditations. at storehouses'as-provided in the 4.. Ruolved, That our mission cia repu the meeliDg'of'! the Convention, separate1 i '
The band of bunters, as they met sometimes ibe'jesult of chance ; but I.knew it to They had preceded some half a dozen miles eighth artle."f ths treaty of Guadalupe lie is not'to propagate our opinions or impose Irom'ite send their'delegates! tot -i-,, 1
to start off together; after game upon the be the fruit of the judicious system which when Mike asked- Hidalgo Ve";say'a: pretext as we have no on othe'rcodntries our {{prm of government .' Let them go ,there \illing> toX. : -

neghboring hills could hardly show one governed me in matters of business as wellas "An'.what will ye get for this job, mister information that there was any such 'exchange ; ,- by artifice or force, but to teach by ex- unite, with the Democraticparty, ,and-.Jay. 1:
among their number who, iu comeliness, 'of social intercourse. ?" in good faith contemplated. The ample, arid show by our success, moderationand aside all offensive -dogmatism; and ,'tbr ,- f ;

strength, or activity might compete with My brother thus have I lived my liCe : "Twenty-five dollars, perhaps" repliedthe plan was t get permission from''theMexi' justice;the blessings of self-government will be no objection to receiving theme : : : '. '
the youthful Nathan. Your look asks me if I have been happy. can govern entto, make the exchange'and and the advantages free institutions; right way for tb&n to amalgamate an unite j..
t; :Mark was but a year younger than his Dear brother, truth impels me to say no : "landlor. yell make better, business of it introduce fie goods free of:duty; and ''on ,5.''Retolvedt That we regard the series of fully! with the Democratic partyr : lai "- 4

brother. He, too, bad great beauty.In Yet assuredly few glittering pleasures than if ye get that." the authority of 'this permission ,to, induce easure known as the Compromise. Mea aside all Union hdutear and put on; the .
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course of time the ancient sickened, ministered to roe on !my journey equally! : "Yes" sid the.landlord, c I guess so." merchants Et Brownsville to send the .goods as final settlement in principle and versack of the party. ? _- .; I
and knew that he was to die. Before the few were the disappointments thfl hopes relapsed into silence, and after an into*Mexic, paying to,.Col. Carrajal and substance of 'the exciting subjects to which "Some wi be uniformed in a short time,: '. .
approach of the fatal hour, he called before blighted the trust betrayed the fainting of hour's ride they halted in front of a stable," his principals about thirty-five per 'cent on' they refer; and that as such,they should be ithey the right spirt:.The Demo-, '
him the two youths and addressed them the soul caused by the defections of.those in : and the landlord sung out to the proprietor the amount i introac-a..lower. rate considerably faithfully adhered to and executed. crtic partyslber its na* j f.

thus : whom I have laid up my treasures. Here's the fellow that stole.your1i&ee tha trif ,We.understand ,;6.Resolved. ,That MILLARD FILLMORE indicte will be in I" '
"The world my children is full of deceit "Ah, my brother, the world is Aill of and wagon.; -'-; that an order from' is the decided choice of the Whigs of Lou prmoton. as well ,a southern :ri f. '> .
Evil men swarm in every place, and misery !'! Thuslrougbt. oat the stable-keeper of the 'customs in the,.city 'on de.artment isiana. for the next Presidency. ; rnb. There will be I no difference -: ,
sorrow and disappointment are the fruits of I The disciple of a wretched faith ceased hs sters-ad the former baviog'brow actnatty obtained and exhibited by Carrajal l, 7* jRejo/tof-That ''e hereby recommend no partiality displaye. All that is" .
intercourse with them. So wisdom is wary. his story and there was silence the while as to and the arrsngemeut was effected with.the the Hon. JOHN J. CRiTTENDEN of Ken; reqdired is sincerity purpose and fidelity '
"And as the things of life are only shadows Then Nathan spoke 1 of his hea.back, -8 mercba'ot i n.Brownsville to introduce goods tucky, for the office of Vice-President of the to the party.t This.I'asked for, not,merely-. -

passing like the darkness of a cloud, la early years," he said, I too loved a "This isn't the man." Mexico to the value of 500,000 dollars, : ..United States. for party suCe by that means to O .,
twine no bands of love about your hearts.I beautiful woman. Whether my heart was Isn't the man 1" repeated the astonished. (the estimated proceeds'of the I lands.) The 8.:Rove That as we have an abiding mote the intrets of the whole country. Zt

For Jove is the ficklest of the things of life. more frail than thine, or affection had gaineda andlordi order perhaps,-was not' regular or"formal: the Whig National Contention Ho : t
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The object of our affection dies, and we I mightier power over me, I could not part "An1 didn't I. tell ye so ?" said 'Mike.- At all events'; the collectors at Matamoras wl nominat for the Presideo'c and vertiser, TOR informs, that severalof.itsjeg Edgefield'AdX i .
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thenceforth languish in agony; or, perhaps from her I loved without the satisfaction ofa But it's myself thafs obliged to ye for ta- and Camargo refused to obey.it, and it, was .Vice Presidency candidates field families have determined I' :
the love we covet dies; and. that is more farewell kiss. We met.-' I had resolvee kin me here an, savin1 me the trouble of a afterwards revoked, by the government. on thi'Unionand;': Compromise measures, tothis flowers nponn-l' ;
moving land of irt I
. painful yet to stay but a moment-for I had chalkee out journey' fut An' now," turning Somegtxds in which Carvajal was interested and in favor of finality in the a early : (
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wer coming Ihe of the \11
"It is well never to confide in any man. my future life 'after the fashion thou hast stable keeper, If ye tell me the way were actually introducedrelying. on this principle and Ibslc we, therefore will admit There as is'a small nature mania i case:' : _- .(.:
It is well to keep aloof from the follies and described thine. to.theraleroad! it'sMike Mahoney that'll and were seized. point delegates vetion to aid,ap i getting 1 .

impurities of the earth. Let there be no "How it was I knew not, but the moments quick be out of a cpunthry. where honestmen orer. plan failing introducing the goods making said nominations in acoranc with I tip much on surprised the subject if. a little and wewojold ,not'be. J t ... .

links between you and others. Let not any rolled on to hours, and still we' ,stood with are oncivilly tr ated.' with the consent of the government Carva the above. viewsj; the result 'emigrating colony. ,
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being control you through your dependenceupon our arms around. each other The road was pointed out to' Mike, and jal then proposed to the, same 'merchants Mr. N. R.Jennings, of Orleans submitted It i is somewhatfefliaftaole'that, ofall'theacquaintances f tw f

him for a portion your happiness.This "My.brother, a mai en's tear washed my he trudge off at 'a rapid pacet while ,the that they should make him advances;on 1 account the following adiuona'reslutions which we have in .Florida, who, ,removed -: .- S
my sons, I have learned by bitter experience stern resolve away. The lure of. a voice deliberately turninghis 'team of these goods, and that .be' would were read and from this i 'Statej j there is not: (of I}.}'
is the teaching of truth." rolling quietly from between two -soft lips, around, departed amid a shout ol laughter, supercede the authorities on the frontier,and 1. Resolvedj That the them'who has become devotedly'attach-f;_ .' -- f .

Within a few days afterwards, the old enticed me from, remembrance my good : nwardlyResolving never to introduce and protect the, goods, by force. Whigs of Louisiana ;declare tha Millard ed Ibis( n wh DOt. There really seems ttf t r
man was placed in the marble tomb of his sire's wisdom. I forgot his teachings, and for horse stealhigagain', Jn The most of the merchantedeclined-any Fimore Is their first choice (or'Presient be some enchantment, Inhis Soutk ; -: f
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kindred which was built on a hill by the married the woman I loved. further connexion wih'the 'matter.:' It is a lofty pride in the ern clime, which I ,feel and ; i I.r
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chore. Ah how sweet sped the seasons! We Arkansas Kloqnenee said that there-is 'n cerin evidence that they have in their ranks other able and '.dis -MorsthiNews. 1 .: ,- :; .: j .j
Now the to Nathan and were blessed. True then ofthem promised ting .under-whose banner .
injunctions given came crossingsand any_ : e or p the .
his brother-injunctions frequently impressed evils; but we withstood them all,'and, We'll put the following.sample of an Armnsaa ali t assist in g. out-oreac, or- cnr, any .woul battle, with,equal zeal and energ-.. I Mr.;;Thrasher is'on hiwrbaktoti.)' : ,: t IS'I" .
them before the monitorial molding each other lawyer's eloquence eginstanything means for It in advance within'oui'lernforyrtnougn !Thatth ; name .01 l Hat .', '
upon by same ly.the hand forgot that verejwovided Rtv; ; A )e fl- ; ,: ,--. ; -f .
voice-were pondered over by each youth such 'a thing as sorrow remained in the they can bring from the West. .As to the i BlicTl is beli'evedlo! 'r !, ba olen oeen Sssociared" ttli- sOibf s&fesTfiaf fie waaTnerej'and : '_ .' ," .

.in his..inmost heart.. .. .They bad, always. ha- world. justness of his reasoning, we say nothing, have beei the fact with the great struggles the Whig party about to proceed to' Madrid 'Letters from' i 'f .
Dituauy" respectea tneir grana-sire- ; wnaiever M Children were born to us-brave boys but> as'to its : we defy anyone No fac are leading id the belie -that it ought not to be omitted, now; and ,, him kind treatment he" b.r. -' .
came from his mouth, therefore seemed as and fair girls Ob, mark that-that is a to find a match. His client was brought up that Can ijal intended, any r that while we deeply mar the sad prospectof ceived ever since his arrival in ,, i ':
the words of an oracle,not to be gain-sayed. jleasure-that swelling of tenderness for our for stealing a mule. After the witnesses had movemen against the government prior to a near tetmination of his earthly career; other Americans in their letters'borne,'bear .
Soon the path of Nathan chanced to be offspring which the rigorous doctrines of all been sworn and the lawyer on the other the failur(of his scheme for, the introduc- we are consoled by the reflection only i testimony _same', ."' 1 -
sundered from that of Mark. your course of life have withheld from you! side had given his opinion, our orator gave tion of gcpds, though it is asserted by some that of him which is mortal can perish and eec / '

And the trees leaved out, and then in autumn Like you, I bargained. Various fortune the jury the following blast : that the d sign of,a revolution 'was anterior, that bis i pure. patriotism, noble courage, I Congress bating passed the bill( miking; .
cast their foliage; and in due course followed my path I will not deny but that c Gentlemen of the jury, the whole of you antd that 1 le amount raised on the goodswas splendid eloquence, profound wisdom and under the! act of September;:
leaved out again, and again,and many times some in whom I thought virtue was strong, there where you set-You have all beard the n ide resorted to to obtain the means wise counsels, wi live forever in the hear: 1850, assignable.they 'were' immediately 1 m

again-and the brothers met not yet. i proved cunning hypocrites, and worthy no what those witnesses have said, and of for carryii; it into effect. This is not, how and minds of countrymen,as monuments : quoted in New'lork' at $1.23 t $I.36in' .-
Two score years and ten what change i man's trust. Yet are there many I have course you agree with me, that my client ever, belied in the best informed quarters. for their admiration, and a lessons for their active and in limited demand* >,1 t it

works over the earth in such a. space as' known, spotless, as far as humanity may be didn't steal that mule. Do you 'pose, for Cardena\the Governor, and' Canales, the instruction and guidance. A Washington '1t1 ray : E
one second that he would steal a mule ?-aowIived Second, and only second to the illustrious '
spotless. Tamaulipas, were, both I
two score years and ten! "The recent bill, making land" *arinta .
As the sun, an hour ere his setting, cast Thug, to me* life has been alternately mule Devilish clear of it. What interested in the speculation, and they were I Clay in the estimation of the Whigs of Lou assignable J ; put the speculators, in that', 1"
long slanting shadows to the eastward two false and fair. have lived happy '1 No does he want of a mule when he has got a friends c longstanding of Gen. Arista, the isiana, in bis connection with the past struggles article in high a glee many of whojn will!. It

men, withered and with hair thin and snowy, not complete-it is never for mortals so to >ang-up pony like that one tied to your tree? P.esiden'of Mexico, who it, is believed of their party and with the Compromise have made independent fortune out of these
came wearily up from opposite directions, be. But I can lay my hands upon my heart, (Pointing to a fine*>Iooking mustang opposIte been aware of the order given Resolutions, stands the name of DAN- speculations. .. f J

and stood together at a tomb built on a bill and thank the Great Master that the sun the log court house. What* I say, inthe for the irtroduction of the go, and .Yla IEL WEBSTER fame flstbe Uni. : ,
by the borders of a fair river. Why do they shine has been far oftener than the darknessof name of General Jackson, does he want favorably to it if it could been consummated oii,'\ length Scrap from "Pun h.** > S
start, as each casts his dim towards the the clouds. of a mule ? Nothing-exactly nothing. No, without involving him.GsrEaAL and breadth of the land, whose self-devotion, ,"' \
eyes Da. DARLING OUTDONE-ELECTRa BIOLOGY. L' -
of the be didn't steal the ft on a recent memorable that I
gentlemen i
face of the other! do tears Dear brother, the world has misery butit jur.
down their cheeks, and Why their frames tremble drop is a world still and affords much joy; to nule-he wouldn't stealingone.: BUTLER'S LETTER MR.BLAIR ': he knew no south; no north ; who will, in .-M. Louis Napoleon Bonapae wit '
even more than with the feebleness of the dwellers!" ) He[ never wanted a mulebe never had amulenor is out, dated Cairblton Ky., Jan. 27, in : all limes, be named.with praise on'every sea continue his Series of on ,. '
-They are the long separated brethren age,and As Nathan ceased his brother looked up he never would have a mule about which, he approves of the Resolutions adopt. : and in every land in:which the banner ,of people i in a Perfectly wakeful State, who will' : ,
they enfold themselves in one another'sarms. into his face like a man unto whom a simple him. He Las his antipathies as well as any ed by th&.Keqtucky (Dem.) Convention;Jan: i I the Unfon may unfurled.! -- go'down on their knees to hlm.atbe-w '2
truth-Lad been for the first time revealed. body, aud you couldn't hire him to take a 8, and which:were submitted to him before Confident that our Delegates wi be guided of command: imagine Ne, '
'I Democratic mule. their adoption.- These Resolutions were as by.the well.knowa.wishes of party, in groes, and M. Bonaparte'their owner; be* -
And yet, said Mark after a few mo- [ Review. lieve him'to be Alexander the Great Julius'C
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Jurymen That lawyer on the othef side follows :t2j. selecting men of well-tried national patriotism
ments, stepping back and gazing earnestlyupon Mike Ride. been wool we pledge ourselves to the'cordial 3r, the Caliph Harotfn Alraschid, &c.j
his companion's form and features JUahoiiey' has trying to spread over your 1. Revived, That the Congress of the support ,
and exhibit, in particular, the'most
and to stuff with the notion of the nominee&of the"National Con every
BY 30. eyes you up United States has to
,
"and it wonders that thou no power control regu. '
yet me art my perfect subjection to the of the Opera
that client walked off with the aforesaid vention. wi' ,
my late interfere with the institution of slave
or '
brother. There should be a brave and beau. Mike :Mahoney was an Irishman, every tor. -
tiful youth, with black curls upon his bead, whit; but then be was a shrewd Irishman, animal without asking leave ; but you ain'tsoch ry a it lists in any of- the States. p .
a pack of fools as to him. Lis- Retdtied That Telegraph the ,Paclfl TRUE AaforisM.-Ie'eta1 nbbleffleri ,
belev Congresshasno t
and not those pale emblems of decay. And and obtained more money and cold victualsby pow.
my brother should be straight and nimblenot his wit than by hard labor. In fact Mike ten to'me, if you want truth and er to prohibit a citiien of any of the States, : The states that and gentlemen-whose names we would
bent and tottering as.tbou." was determined to make this country what reason-and. while you'are about it, wake where savery! exists by authority of law Henry .Wasbingon.Telegraph,celebrity; is give with great pleasure if we were able!
The speaker cast a second searching glancea tie bad been told it was before he came over up that iellow who's asleep ; I'want him to : from emigrating with and holding his saves, now earnestly engaged in'' promoting the hate thrown open their preserves to all per,

glance of discontent. the wather- place where a man could bear, too and inhabiting any territory acquired project of extending the wires to the sons desirous of rendering themselves i '
"And I," rejoined Nathan "I might, require U live aisy." "That other lawyer says, too, that my blood and treasure of the whole people, and and is sanguine of being able.to Pacifc marksmen-and thus defenders of
client should be sent to prison. I'd like to held United States foe the benefit of ntr1Jn the1 etent of invasion-by prac; r
from my brother not such shriveled It happened one day that Mike who had byte in operation to San Francisco within eighteen c.o
limbs as I see-and instead of that cracked strayed up into the country was anxious to see you send him once. But it's Horn getting toward all .-, months, provided Congress shall re* tiaing on tbe.4'hares" ttud pheasants.NivA .

voice, the full swelling music of a morning reach a railroad depot. His legs were weary dinner timei and I want a bad ; 3. Resolved, That we will abide 'by and spond. favorably to' his memorial l "'Niivfrr*!.-We flndefstand thai,
heart But half a century is a fearful metier and though he'had partaken of a sub so I'll give- you a closer and finish. Now, maintain the several acts'recently passed ,by He seeks no pecuniary aid b'dt RidplyJuroses'to the reason assigned' by1' the as
clientto Admirt
of stantial breakfast from the you have no idea,of sending my the Coigress of the United States, the of "
comeliness and of strength; for half a well-spread table out. k\n a supersede present system thorities for Continually or
new
century: it is, dear brother since my hand of a hospitable farmer,* the idea of travel. prsoll-L.can 'see that. factsticking i the compromise'measures, as'a final'stt'e. 10m dlstancs.wih large garrisons, 'ships to pieces imprsio their -
touched thine or my gaze rested upon thy' ling sixteen miles before nightfall, bad lit: .Ither of ycK was in his.place- ment of questions. which tbre JonS miles_apartj 1 ships are that by dividing one ship ,
face." tle charms for a lazy fellow like him. suppose for instance, I was, and )'01 should mony and integrity of the Union;:and* that I each of twenty,dragoons. He proposes that frequently,into two, the strength cube.. :na-
Mark sighed, and answered not. Mike bad travelled about' hall a mile, undertake to jug me-put me i in ,a log jail we wi noj consent or submit to a violationof 1 two or 'three soldiers shall: 'ride daily each vyrmusi be eventually doubled* ,

,Then, in a little while,they made i inquiries: when he ob er.v.ecta'arge handbill postedon without'fire. where 1bewJd was blowingin : principles : of the, compromise acts way front each stockade; 8 a ;
. 0 about what had, befallen either'doriac the: the signpost; and, thOugh not much of a on one side and outj of the other, and the and especially that which,proposes_'to ,surrender a daily express letter mail -tanspr A Fwci CAU.ntret id, .
time past. Seated upon' the marble by scholar be managed after spelling. the bard only thing to "brag of about' the 'place was obedience to the constitution-, nent, While at tesametlme ptectngandtomfo' "
the perfectly free circulation of air- do you slaves to their Jegitimate owners;' We! an4 Deportment. Pllesr' LaaisTNipo. .;
which they had met. Mark briefly told his I Istoryi words, to read,as follows ; gitive ing emIgrants andrsettlers t along ,
suppose, I sYl that,1,'would got .I'd see require brtbe general government a promptend public'domain;and, thus incidentally, furnishing leon who give balls at : Tuiereanc ,:
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I bethink me, brother I STOLEK.-A man calling himself William I yon shot first, and then I wouldn't.'! /alhful! execution,. ..this law, in its let, all the protection which the telegraph -* : sends French'citir.eins .t' ( : .
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many many years McClafflin, hired of the subscriber a gray We don't know,what the jury re- this considered as a Dancing and-,
have indeed passed oVer me since the sorrowful verdict ter andlspirit : .will require.. Seemingly; )is avery tee .
when left horse and Concord built wagon f the purpose turned,as whell'p r they,had :4. P solved; That the'appbctlou" ottbe;; .ingenious and practicable se'cnrrnga Deportation<
day ;
our grandsire moI.af
dying
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of going to Kingston and: return the all to the "
groceryto .
us to seek oar fortunes amid a wicked and : gone "liquor. national revenue to, purpose .improvement great'national object; compar A StiOHT DiJTBiiKCB.-r" Club
since
beard from
dav. but has
seductive world. same not been -- > ,' upon objects merely.Jocal and not national atively small '..expenseine aisiance DC. have been plentifully prnleot in. ,
"His last words, as thou doubtless dost S8.idMc lamin was a small man, pock. marked I ,CHEATING A Ffx/ Some years Gen ) is unconstitutional, and tbreateos'an' tween 'Missouri and San Frantiscd is alone this Chrsta. But atParisj we should sif
with a scar under his eye. of Wills aOt extravagant if corrupt use of public 2300 miles. The mail service conductedwith
remember advised us against the snares that -was Rgiter in "C such ,.!! ntl1 existing stateof'pa.*
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should beset our subsequent journeying That's"me,"'Mid Mike, ",barrin'"the. scar, county. He faithul officer,;.who re. means.! military prcision. berefr I".ought to IitIcjs well as socialliberty<: that- ihtl
lie portrayed the dangers that lie in the pathof and that's aisy made. rered laws and ,1 wallowed,him 5. Ifooli'ed' That the democracy' Ken* be a ffaf! \elY'to fourteen U Clubs"are principally ".Jn.G" Clubs ; ,

love; fae impressed upon our minds the Mike jogged along'to the tavern, and entering fees for his services,:he very conscien- tucky r opposed te any innovation upon d a18.j' I- now. S

folly of" placing confidence in human honor with a down cast look, took.. a. .,seat ions'in' clecting'.them/ The Register is the principles of, tarilof ::1846 and especiallf 'Cui, D *ln ,u FRENCH UiHTT." Certsini i ,
and wanted us to keep aloof from too close before the fire. allowed csaU.fee forwbat ,is ,technicallyca1leda" I to a s ;: .nslea: :IJdt.OJ xa* iEd'E.- F'renchwritesjnst-ify the hireling: h-
connection with kind minutes be beard a ,whisperingazpong : rcbft generally is show of the id principle embraced., Democratic Convntion. Prdnli S'F
;+ : our He then died, In a'few, whch ftc' : assembled at Harrisbiirg, after t adoption eY on the ground of what !y l." i
but his instructions and and felt that the inquirer a getting paper scL : '*
have ever been the inmates, prospect ngan' recr. put *' resolution r"uuity1"rea4"IinhL"' -; .
of by the Buchanan majority : .
a '
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of the similar service.
in of ride not bad as it might be pigeon
present my'memory.- a was so holes or.ole .
that l'be:Jfc S ,Mail Steamer Jas:t:Dey,Cap-; that the, chairman'' appoint' committee A Q&UVOK inarita" -
"Dear N&thallthY- should I conceal Soon the landlord entered,and after whispering It! is related of : *, for.this : ; SSOtu.- ,
from you that at that time j 'loved. My a few .moments t he,tapped ',Mike;;'on' ranch oL his"da lies, :be :was particular in tin pjtia; has commenced running-5 a selecta, delegation .tbe.National Cnnllt -* What requires more philosophy -
he
subject approval the
His office of NewOfleans'Md, tbiogs as theycome\ with
requiring .being near between- things
simple oul, ungifted with the wisdom of the shoulder and said-' pay. rg Raf1
the Cass raen'drevv iind
tion
our aged relative,bad yielded toUe delicious ," Where' horse.'nnr good fellow I the.Rre of Deeds he was often annoy Key West, ,via 1ensacoaApalacbicOlaiSt.Markaand1 up presented' aprotestagainstthe as they.go. ----; .
your "arrivedT'here ,OUSunda'Jstafld : as: a>
folly iand the brow Eva vrat Horse said Mike looking Jlqnire.or: -.st r as -to the Tampai :She relutIon ttntpn ""What cannot be cared i
: -eyed my op. c te "" left(:the1 same'afternoon disfranchisement' bf congressional districts must b tr")
young heart1 14 Yes the hired.i *' ) fa '
choice. Obj brother, evennow ; borse you loIon. > first-rate wbichtheyinhoIe4or-in as the keeper of Eddystone : .
feeble and withered' I .am- "Sure, an' the owner has him j wooldn't I teU-ine'where'theReC:. e1 Ta>) ; eIiaid'to beta ;; jartrtpre- of "the chiziny'that would smoke. '
thing ye ,
y the boa p'J'$ "'j ( : jo sented. They further denounced jit aa flagrant .
inquiry/
.. dun -recollectioni.pleasant .passages come accuse.. honest Irishman: of.tba.likes'ofmeof ...... : lcebl' 1 v 1 her i i i usurpatiofl o1power'as A,desperate '
ippfceu ,
.. passengerf'and captain J frWgbly Musiio-and has not be heajd ol siaefr2nd r
forth MSeelir4aI'lYJoofor J yoi J -. -
around as lik* th; joy of:old:dria n.i. staling horse, would yeV alternative of'atytannical to cileneEiiag&minoritylii 4 '
Aboyagainudlntheconfidirigbeartofa i You may.look like ab honest, fl&fl': ,outdon't ,Going ;to1,tbe::corf.iteGenerl."outc: ofby-those wbokowbim.'TbeadValage of this 1 ; '< mJaty. ,of. 'Dembt. 1astoS1;; .
wntch/the'establishmenf: mal French .
down .4he ;: tb
look
bo"lll'alkwith: Eva tir the river'. banks. you'see thafaan. exact- .description, -of. '. line"will Jaffofd to our buDes mend the trT? and as a tranipling",under of:-an usagisanctioned TdSao.. LiewbOp'always }'
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l' And the gentle creature blushes at ray: protestations yoal*' swerThIRether'iofflCe wish- .by the action' Democratic 8
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b toni persons
of;love,'and l leans her.cheek 'aronmjrueck. ,M An' what does,that say sure Y ,, '1.next-door: iUy t r9lfltbe uth 'in)ts4C9nvenh1ofls:Jo: '1as t seven .carries a ''Jl't1'it.hFot. ;, ,

The regal inn goes dow mwe That you stole ahor., and:.vagqn.n belo'.viP' : >;,r": '-.:'>. >; .o tt .f'rf The;James Plry.,ean. :,-J:;.' .. ,BI. '- '
I'I'I I .west, and,We 'gaze'upon-the'glory1' : of "IJ'jt p1e, )011 mane 1!' '' ,"Thankyoosir.i"You're welcome :but> YOlj'<*owe' ,mea+' ..bil.lng lUpl': leavethis pottonSgt. '*:The protfist;after an exciting deb3w5Idm1ttedQOthCjOUfllal. ?. I 'P\C.g CcTIv T.'4eoxPt" :. .
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the clouds, that attend his and while Certainly,11 '' ''-.
setting, -' I ., ,trip to.Jf ew.Orleans.: ; tv ; Sonthid 0 ;,t 4; ;
for $
..;; we look.,.at their fantastic "thusUaugb. ;, { "Take roe out.of thlJiIr1, .' .'. the, Wessedfit' : .' ;: .& :' :: *. '. :, -': ,' '- -- ,-IT..:' -1. I
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, ,t : ,1 .t : The following facts and considerations boulder at take?I 'canfcrery,*eaiI get rnenLJ1eplankr934ajmI i<> ; '; aacetatI 1at jWQ, (hare.not beo opportanity )
4'\: -' On this subject/as presented by the Buffalo nd of thenv\ 1;have'passed :the: climacteric -i. amount, the ,m'erehantsv of, ;jthose; citiel j inte-police Ihe passage ofa'bill in !tWHouse'ofitepresentatires hem by that temporary: treaty. I take the them induces me to ask you t print the following '
of.life, and can 'at the bestYbave: plKMarch, ".(whichbill in iht
: : On inter- 'RepuUicanzlnafewwordamny
Commercial Advertiser : further to advise that
't leading jour restein liberty a proper .
very the work are:willing to ,
bat few live1 and I lire but irt ,gubjcnbe
i1; I r:: nal of Western New York-are worthy oft tbil years; 't were, to '.consult ray i own my and.; isoto. .:invite their'parti&patio.with'US. ( i:; bad1 previously p14s4&the Senate,) to iretation be given 1Bowl.e as to be the pol-! 'I will address Ramble-tr noble m,

';.: :::: : ". ,attention in calculating! which of the two feehn ren.i1 and wanted'to have 'a'go We,think 8 plank road in, the dipctiou,J]I r extend Ihe time five years'longer: the selling Deaf .cy able of, if my, possible movments'whicb; objectof peace- More fluently might a to the;address'

ti prominent presidential candidates of the time, I would kick np a row, and :certain, lands, donated, in 1826 0 in _
who tate
t proposed could be .built upon private pitalalon wbichs, to maintain the existing harmony ? Of those delight CJun- ,
:', : Whlgsls likely to be preferred in thEm' more certain .in the confusion get,into, .'the o'the :A; and Dumb Asjii ** ; wben"its'advantageit agrtultiiral "
::. White House than I '
it! am now. I partin in route see Then ia nothing lesi I da vt ,
or you.I
: iearyfrom ,
jure.State* > I dem/nstra/ Q,090acrs you my may ame
!1 and commercial interests -
S conclusion he thus defines his early are Blake this sitting round a .
k Arkansas and part in Flor a._ Thewlioleof have also addressed Gen. upon Won A '
.::1 "The Whigs of the South seem to be 'in S '
.1 political position : ted ; but one .which a line ofmzrkin subject Than her a confess
Arkansas has been sold by 1&he
the portion
\I Unanimous for Mr. Fillmore-and deem ,
'., we These sentiments coming East andMiddle, Florida, Yours, respectfully, ,A game ;
h may seem queer are deep'1nte- name rery a c.
who
: it almost'certain: that fifteen States-viz : r the trustees rof< the 'Asyfum, lN rio
from me", if. I did )notvleloiis.lo..thexyoungand restedwould jitj.tie\ ;;, -- l.
.en'title
': Maryland,-Virginia, North .Carolina, South progressiveschool t.. :1 was-brougbs.-up the l nd is held,'as 'also a' 1 lartithe ."C, e2 dD'F'jrJ.P! ,g't. '' D1}-I.-i wutipCt'. ,

tD'f. 'Carolina, Georgia:, Alabama, Florida'Mississippi at the fret of Gamaliel-4was'bfought: up .AWU:._t> .uialy uipro"" v'.ment* ;' fUdafhiehlS,Orpm remainder Florida. { lies in ,' Convening with'" ; :.. '
; Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, sects.ef Federalism. .My now -prospect, of 3 #> & [, to choose, I most eonfest
in the straitest ., 5ui the western portion of the State.' : Correspondence of the Florida Republican' ,. 'wer bad ,
: Tennessee, -Kentucky, Texas, and ..Califorjiia father was aTederalistI was one.,. :Ue the Bale of J lands.,,"Ve the I ha -' .".Twixt that and e'en UM Charm of
": .&-will cast their entire vote in convention was the compeer of Washington. and of lands ''offered :In' .fari are estinated' to been .sold from time to, time,in portions and [PJUUTKA, March.29, 1852. ,. I C.

I. fot Mffi'-making' 122 in all. Only twenty- Hamilton and .other great men of. those bring $10,000 at the hing /ale. at good prices,being kept bac as i appears' Mn. Emroa: ..Hojkinsvery 'N w&emm1DbILrd : *
. j... six moeo1es will be necessary to make a times.-He loved them when they lived and j 'approa until such could be has occasjon'ed -enerl ,O Satvdy,
majority; and it is reasonable to assume loved their memory' when deadand it 'was We have reason to believe tha the Central then non-disposal the unexpectedly to ns allf; arrived here on Saturday rery frankly py e cnfe wor.

*. that Mr. Fillmore will 'receive that number, his religion to foflo'w in the foot-steps ofWnshingO Railroad project is for tie present fragment .night,, with, eleven Indians, which Who taught you inch a Rambling Chan
inconsequence
:: and many more, from the other States. The wherever they led.. If I had waived-mainly, we apprehend, because, now !question. The title ,toth: land, himself 'and. his party captured,* over two '

I ... Southern delegates will come to the convention days I should have done' as with all the of the cor ms-: ,.of:))on-userj ,would have been hundred miles from the white ''settlements. I wish to know what it the lie,. '
:qo firm in the belief tbat'fr.: Fillmore is they did: A 'purer band; of patriots and juJicousne'ss forfeited by the terms of the,grant on the For wUJ lines to;'')I.11.D." ,
in and sioners and others in Florida, and ten days to and return. What .
! M the most popular man their legion more honest men never lived. Perennial first of the month and revertedto taking,only go, I'mnttsYankee-yet'lgueu" ". _
a :di that the best interests ot the part and thecountry Bowers shall ever blossom on their graves. all their ingenuity in suggesting, plans jo I attain 'the present and ''therefore, bav: thc 'right regular! troops ever, !in six'months, did anything Its time my'lines were sent & ,

.' p ; willbe promoted by his nomination. Those are th men whose principles are my the grading of the road, well the government, like 1 It has given great satisfaction p. .
1 Bat they will be prepared, we trust, to1""hear principles. a a l ,,was asked for, five years 10, ger., thi Ah, ono more have to says '
wide construction to the ors to'us the frontier won
they some o particularly ..
with complacency all that may.be urged on gave 'al "
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!* -' -- : debate arose the third reaJing of preton Do ,and learn pray)
; !c the other side. At tbe same time, they may I provisions of the Central Railroad cbar r- upon 'I learn.: When the Indians find For small earth W & "
occasioned on may fet, f
the bill in the House by'aniotiofiom loa
! : be expected to maintain their position for, unless FLORIDA ,REFnBLI N. the public and private! resources of the tate Mr. Cabell to refer; the bill to the Committee they are pursued and captured, after their For poetry &-!1. M. D." "
t satisfactory reasons are given a
.s combined not sufficient to justify sq vast fashion that the white ,
are own man can -
: penetrate' Jacksonville, March 29, 1S32. .
I' change. It wilt not be sufficient to say thatMJV = on Public Lands for a more thorough '
JACKSONVILLE: an uJ 'raking. Therefore, if thereis! a all their counteract all their
Fillmore has alienated the of
.F regard examination into the merits of its provisions fastnesseS Correspondence of the Journal of
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4 Northern, Whigs by sustaining the Compnv- fund realized of any great amount b/ the native sagacity, them in their own Comtc.
( 8 1852. Mr. C. himself 'opposedto
April
V vise ;: nor will the Whigs of other States Thursday, sale of the State lands, i it wi doubtless be expressed way-they will soon quit their present place WASIIIXGTOX, Friday, Mach .
t Be driven into an attitude of hostility towards flake. the Board the passage, because' its effect was detrimental The Tariff question in Congress is not
;, Gen. Negotiation. found wise to reorganize of Internal of refuge. The Indians 'were forty ye
him by the complaints or vituperation to the i interests of; the people of our ten entirely defunct. There is now a
t We have a letter dated the 24th uU. from Improvement-more to give satisfaction. miles inside our boundary. I learn (for the that .
r of Bjjandfulfjf.ilisappoiiUeJ ffi *-cc<;k. probability Senator t
, in of market "Ii
era. 'Substantial and tangible, objections to Foil "Myers, (the 'headquarters r Gen. to the remote sections of the State than as State, keeping out a large General "biml says but little about his intentions be revived. I bare, f Jaes"lrJ, time.a-

I, ftis nomination must be adduced before the Bake,) in which it is stated that that gen presupposing any misconduct on:the'part 01 quantity of land which was sought after,'to ) that, instead of establishing a line vised you of the condition and the
South will consent to abandon him. The obtain exorbitant prices, when the other that proposition. has never yet -been
i : ) tleman had been at that post nineteen days, the present Board-and to authorize themto of frontier would cost 1
posts on our a
1I fact, that a majority the delegates from lands in the.State. were in demand. and sell \'hic brought forward in Congres for the reason
'" and had of the Seminoles. All
:, fi"' :', this Slate prefer another man will not lave seen many make report to tbe Legislature of the, objects at much less rates. He that the large .sum of money, he to keep that the parties to it entirely agreed
; ;t- any considerable weight with the cOII'en.f. were friendly so jar, and a majority of those entitled to State aid, and ti have the ing urged thirty or forty men under his own immediate as to all its details. .

, !. ". tion. That Will be a circumstance very easily seen express their willingness to emigrate. internal Improvement fund fair! and genej government had already extended the lime command, and rid the country of all outlaws. The project was substantially a follows.:
A reference for. the lands for and ten To remit duties on railroad iron, for three
; explained. to the course Gen. Blake Lad seen and talked with the selling fv yearsat
..if,... rally alJpJed. This, instead of fritteringit The plan is a very popular one with the but add the
; tit the delegation from New York in antece- head man of Tallahassee Town, EctoEmatltlachoplo a time, down to the present period.Mr. years to 10 per cent to rate of
4'-l dent Whig conventions show that the away, would be so enhancing the prosperity co untry at on other iron; and after the term of

1 1rt': first choice of the Slate has never been selected reputed as a bad fellow, I of productive sections, as tf, ultimatelycreate Ward warmly pressed ,the passage, large.Yours P. M. three years, to add. 10 per cent. on' railroad I

H :.1/. wlwn there has been more than one yet who does not appear hostile. Our cor- the private capital to embtfk in vaster and urged that the non-sale was not the iron- also -To remit duties- on certain- raw

i(} j... : candidate before the body. In 1844, Mr. respondent exhorts troops a citizens- schemes of improvement in the State. fault of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, becausefor Plank Road.To materials, dye stuffs, &c., entering into domestic

I .::1. 1 Clay was nominated by acclamation. No keep cool, and expectations are expressed years subsequent to the donation Floridawas the Editor of the Republican: manufac'tures and reduce duties on
..r, I ether man was thought in connexion with strong certain common fabrics and to an
I that the negotiation will effect the Gen. Scott's Anti-Natfrism. in such a condition as to discourage DEAR SIR : It cannot be doubted that the additional of imp
:. : '_ the nomination. In 1839, the Whig National duty per cent. fabrics -
of East Florida the
I. .,: Convention nominated Gen Harrison, removal of the Indians during' the summer.It purchase of the land. people are waking up to of cotton, wool, etc. At one time, it
Though the Whig Conventionf Pennsylvania all-important subject of Internal Improvement. -
l ; 3 and the next year he was chosen Preident strikes us that the party of Gen. Hopkins Mr. Cabell said the extension was asked They are literally worn out with was understood that this project was accepted 1
.' have by a ]large majority instructed
;. ; by a larger majority than was ever before without by the Whigs who are interested in or
information the
returned and understand any to quantity their condition and deter
., having ( as we a pent-up they are
; ,,: received candidate its delegates to the National Convention to t and other manufactures
by a presidential in acontested represent ;
.. to the Governor,) and the Indians of lands involved in the proposal, or as to mined to have some facilities of getting
s reported
: but I
election. Of the forty-two delegates vote for Scott, it is a fact that the Philadelphia their produce to market, and -their suppliesin it1 a lately informed you, rejected
had foretaste of what the time which had already been extended. further consideration
on
., who were sent to Harrisburg from this having a may Sun, a long-established Native American return, more and available than the by and partly
.I; State, but a single one supported Gen. Harrison be expected i they persist in remaining, it is Mr. Marshal urged that the reason assigned present tardy and easy expensive mode. They from the belief that, in consequence of the
him because of his
opposing
f organ divisions in the
".: : in the early stage of the proceedings of would to see the effect of Gen. by gentlpman from Florida-the have long looked to Jacksonville to do apparent Democratic party,
: the convention. The others divided bevel anti-native-American principles. To "show General Scott be elected President
were ,
; ;, effort before militia upholding these lands by the tiutees for something substantial towards the accomplishment woul
Blake's
I ; ,.I .'. between Clay and Scott; and during the any more par. up" the General, it revives a letter, which recommended the oil{ that object, and they still bringing after in due time, a' Whig
good prices strongly
passage look
I : ties sent out.Trade
: : 't protracted struggle: which finally terminated are we against the Native American that way; 'for Jacksonville i is certainly Congress.
,I, ?: l m favor of Harrison, they clung to their fa- copy of the bilL I natural emporium of the trade cad commerce Senator James had succeeded in obtaining

'!.:. -i Torites with a degree of pertinacity scarcely Facilities, &c. movement, written by that officer in'1848. Mr. Cabell looked..upon it as a monopoly of, East and it is expected by tbe for the measure the assent and support a

'1".t. ; equalled by the! delegation; from any other We invite attention to an article in to The General ha also of late written a by a corporation of a large body of public people oi Florid country that she will appreciate sufficient number of Docrtic Sntor

v State. After it became apparent that Harrison which is from the of cit. letter to Irish Benevolent and members to insure ,
/. day's paper, pen a highly complimentary ai land, such as had always been against the her position, and ultimately come;out i1 cooperation
?. must be nominated, they gave way izen of Columbia connectionwith and do her'duty. But sir this estimation with the Whig members who were
Societyin
I. again urging a Brooklyn.In ,
of this but which it
.
.'. : and eame in to his support with a will. For policy government, ( Jacksonville expected to support it.
,w,,*'', ", more than two days they resisted the propoS Jacksonville, by a plank road to Alligator view of these facts, may not the mark might be added is becoming highly politic she move,will and not long continue, unless I now learn that the Whigs, who hare
.j move mow efficiently.
: :?: : .' sition with great zeal and determination, to transport the produce of that pore ed hostility of our cotemporary of the News in these days of partition to the Kaihvay There are other available points to which been consulted,,have reconidered the proposition

;".'.. and it was only upon the conviction that he tion of the interior to this market. A correspondent to Gen. Scott seem surprising 1 f Instead of Moloch. the produce of the country might be carried and manifested some disposition to.
was the most eligible candidate that their in addressed to him should the editor ) but they ? not favorable Jackson support it. This proposition is undoubtedly
: same county antipathy we re so
2'Sj= preferenceswere surrendered! and the convention tie expect Mr. Bissell agreed with Mr. Cabell, but ville. Now a the best that caji be obtained for the manufacturing
the News a since on the same sub to lend him his support, with quite as good ,Jacksonville is not called, upon
e.! > concluded its labors. fortnight suggested the withdrawal of his moticn-to to do any thing more in these improvements inerest and even that can only .

'. .t. In 1848, tbe Whig National Convention ject, strongly recommending some such pro a grace as our respected neighbor fell from refer that be might move to amend by extending than i0 her reasonable and obvious duty. be a Democratic measure and

.".': met at Philadelphia and nominated General : ject as demanded by the mutual interest and Whiggery when he fancied i had adopted the time one year. The motion to She is only asked contribute what she through Democratic influence. It is by no

1. Taylor, and he was chosen by a handsome growth of the respective sections concerned, Native Americanism into its creed and for .can, and then give her energetic influence to I means probable that a Whig protecv ta
withdrawn with thatunderstanling.
\' majority of the electoral votes. Of the thir- refer was accordingly I riff can ever be got. It will
>y{. .: ty-six delegates who represented New York suggesting at the same time a plank road this cause alone, as the letter he wrote to I, get Savannah other .aistnce and i necessary where from else before the free trade Democratic sme'party years will

H.,,} ;I' in that convention, not one was appointed from this place to Fort White on the San- the Jacksonville Whig committee will bear Mr. Jenkins offered an amendment to k that it may be obtained., any Savannah or lose the Senate, if they do at'all.
a
/, ,.j as a supporter of Gen. Taylor, nor did the taffee, to which point he says that river is witness. Now, i there was nothing so the amendment a provision ,that the lands Charleston,would doubtless in building To attempt t benefit Ihe iron inter by
1 I':' .. old hero a rote from this State until it ai an increased 'duty on railroad
get the iron.
navigable, and a connection with which very Whiggery before our road from Jacksonville Alligator, a!
K 'r ; seemed to be settled that neither Mr. Clay repulsive.n shpald not be sold,for a price exceeding $1 25 theyvere' asked'or'even allowed and it i time, when s many railroads are ii ,progress
would channel of intercourse be- the Native American ;
,;! ., .... nor Gen. Scott could obtain the nomination. open'a disvered per acre : wbjch was disagreed to. with Jacksonville forward in this matter o contemplation, will b abur and
...i The delegation stood, for Mr. Clay thirty- tween the St. John's and New Orleans He element in it-and if this discovery was sufficient A motion was also.made to amend,by extending ,,do its, duty; and the go company would be- useless. It is proposed, a better
t.. four; for Scoft j-ctad-lbey-aJlicrctl to thinks the cost of the road co'uld'not exceed ; t make him renounce bis former organized and in condition measure for the iron interests-that"the
the time to
.
two put to
( .: years. go
/ their candidates through numerous ballot- $100,000, the distance being eighty miles. Whig professions-we ask if 'isnot reasonable work ; and if there should be a deficit in the construction of roads should be facitaby
.-. .. jugs, and only fell oft from them when! no i The main question being ordered, the a remission of the duty for
.. Projects similar to this have been that he should now esche$' Demo stock it could be raised with but a little thre yea;'a.
L other repeatedly
..< course appeared practicable. amendments were rejected, and the bill ter which, the American iron
-* w These facts are worthy of consideration : I ly advocated by the presses of this place-the cracy, and support Gen. Scott wit! whole- passed-the iron rule of the "previous ques efor the road be built: and it is I have the benefit of the relay, a of new

: ;' ."- and we trust they will be heedfully pondered scheme of a plank road to Alligator being souled devotion, in view of the declared tion" Mr. Cabell in Jacksonville ay nnaccuntable-that roads. -
preventing can
a manner upon .
I'';:I by nomination those Whigs of Mr.who Fillmore profess as to inexpedient regard' the, by> no means novel, having been even car? aversion the later to the narrow nets of the proceedings rather amusingly indicate 'tlis subject: : Why; sir, every experimentwhich Southern Right Convention of.Ala1>ama-

'4.-. and even impossible, on tbe assumption that ned so far as to obtain an act chartering j Nativism 1 But i it woul te .de eration from renewing his motion to refer on the rejection has hitherto been made, or is now We find in our exchanges the resolutions

a majority of the delegates from this State such roal from the General Assembly, to, to go thus far, is it n at least m rvellous of the amendments. Not without a making would ,be demonstrates advanced.that her interest adopted at the recent State Convention-o

will prefei another candidate. They show for of that the News helps to cast discreditupon! the eminently the Southern Rights party of Abam.
petition Congress a grant alternate
he yule i
that tbe Whig presidential candidates struggle, incontinently "gave it up. it is true, has grown rapidly in commercial The members of the convntion opposnall
only
-. who have been elected for the last quarter I sections, and to have books opened and a old hero, by ranking him among tie nominations importance, in improvements and affiliation with either of the old national

# of a century were nominated in the face of considerable amount (some $30,000 we be- not fit to be made." ] Letter from Gen. Hopkins to Oapt. appearance, during the last few years-and organizations, and they propose to forma

: the determined opposition of the Whig party lev) of the stock subscribed for. Here areGeneral Scott's anti-Native sentiments Casey. what has. been the cause of her improvement Southern Rights party throughout all the

{" '.' of New York represented in the National We need not how : T The proximate cause is doubtless Southern States. They still contend foe the
say heartily we enter .
PAtATKA, April 1, 1852. the building and operations of her steam
.., Convcntiojj." right of secession, set forth during the;
I? "_. into the feeling of those who thus express WAsnixoxo, May 2!, 1843. Capt. CASEY, U. S. Army: mills These have increased her commerce; past year. Although a constrained, in deference -

t U.,' Mr. Webster's Reception by the New their interest in a road in the direction of DEAR SIR : In reply to your: kind i letter of SIR the U. S. I they have brought vast, number of laborersto to the unanimous decision of the Southern :
the 8th inst. I take in that -Recognising you as Agentfor be her merchants thus
/ Jersey Legislature.i iliddlc pleasure sayhg supported by en- not to secession account
Florida on
I urge
as beginning to a the Seminole Indians in States
i 4 EXTBAOKDINARY SPEECH OF COMMODORE I systemof grateful for the too partial estimLe you now remaining abling them to enter into a larger business, of
compromise measures,
they
further the State of Florida I hare the honor of nenre'
I. ; STOCKTOS.-The of tbe Hon. DANIEL improvements in this section. But a on services inducements
1. reception place my public you me no and to offer greater to country less avow/their at all
.;. WEBSTER, by the legislature of New few days ago we were inquired of by a prominent more than justice in assuming that I entertain informing you that, in compliance with my people to patronize that market. all "reain tim by r
; ,. Jersey, on Friday 26th nIL drew forth "kind and liberal views special instructions from the Executive of UpO occions rei ny
a mercantile gentleman from Charleston, toward our These are, briefly, some of the leading means that
speech from Com. STOCKTON, (who was J1reI -! as to what point on the river would probablybe naturalized ctizns." Certainly it would this State eleven, I have Indians captured with my refused command I I causes of her apparent prosperity. But, other words may, proi b tecu. ,.
I whie
cent on tbe occasion the sentiments of be impossible recommend 'or they having
,) me cup. sir I would have been her com
these
the piTncipal outlet of the trade of the to come in or hearing. askThat for the present
L. : which are attracting some attention from port any measure intended to excludethemfrom / peaceably give us a ity if, in addition to her itself still measures bcus

t I .. .: the fact that he has been spoken of as a'' interior. This gentleman ha just been vis- a just and full participation in all civil TheyTre boundary, on found"the 'forty 18th 'mies"vr where their present advantages,},she had had a large and secesion it cannothelp be effectual, it pledged tbat
candidate for OfMr.WEB- and political rights now secured to them by i h
.* Presidency.. ting the interior counties, with a view of they have been residing for a ,considerable fertile planting country around her, from itself to resort to it.
n... BTER, he raid : our republican laws and institution, which her wharves and warehouses had
acquainting himself with the extent and length of time, contrary to the unqualified
is
of
4, Whenever I contemplate Mr. Webster, charter of productions, and other mat It true, tbat i a ago season, when unusual both excitement stipulation illegally entered into by the contracting been covered .and crowded with various PHILADELPHIA, March 23th.-A most destructive
heart in devout aspirations to years par- kinds of produce,'calling an increased number -
my goes up :
of fraudulent parties. No doubt exists with .me, fire broke oat last night in Bank
connected with the business ties in
interests
ters of complained
heaven that it has endowed of practices of steamers from Savannah and Charleston !
one our
species but that they have been alley four large four '
with such virtue and intellect. It is not the St. John's. This is only one instance the naturalization of, foreigners, and when the trespassing frontier largely a well as _sail from more northern destroying from Bank story Strawberry warehouses -' .
proert.of settlers. to
upon our running alley -
there seemed to be danger that native and
': simply for hit manly form-that noble brow coming within our knowledge, out ot many adopted citizens' would be permanently arrayed I feel doubly justified in their capture, from ports, to transport it to market. It requires street, occupied by extensive importers -
V.. which seems placed there as a crown by the information received that no great foresight apprehend that her ad- of silks and
of tbe interest awakened Bowlegs wished fancy goods.
becoming each other in hostile fictions lacs ''he
.
-, others against ,
but tbe would have been
Almighty! ; virtue of the man. I them vancement infinitely greater -
taken loss of .
'eti, .1 haVe known'him for thirty years; I have among capitalists abroad in the prospective I was incined to concur in the opinion,then u plume; although and silver I have head-band in my possession : than it has been..' Let her, then, tae Bank street Stewar and Bro., No.is estimated 13-

eeen him sitting among the wise and good advantages East Florida presents as a field many leading statesmen, that very hold of this Road in good earnest, and, andI" Stra\vberr street
finely executed, taken from one .of thesquaws at $ The .
in the councils of the nation ; I have sat as of enterprise. The sale of the State lands some moifction of the in naturalization laws who she is Billy's sister, and brief period'she'will have the back country, Lewis and Bro., No. 11 loS !12
and heard the words of might, to ,prevent says and she will the business and. Bnk
wisdom
a boy faIling necessary decoration get two .
also (tbe first of which in Jefferson 'belongs,to his Indian e Strawberry ,.street is Messrs.
county, strife and be- '
abuses restore
harmony $350,00.
from those which have she be called ,
-. lips I deemed inspired. allay Majesty. If her statement betrue, it leads years gone 'by 'may a Gihon & Co., No. 9 Strawberry
commences on Monday next) is bringing tween classes bf our people. ; -
And it before instead of This
: fay this assembly and before to the conclusion tEat city a town. is not cbimerical
Bowlegs keeps a sts., estimate their loss
p tI 'the world, that H. there is a j patriotic many substantial citizens from other States, But later experience and reflection have entirely communication with'the as up he !; it is leality; and I venture to'assert & Co.at$200OoMessrs. -
Wyth, Rodgers
,
ill : heart in any man, that heart is in the body who contemplate locating in Florida, and removed this i impression;and dissipated I terms tbem.. I have outiders as kindlyas that the road once fairly commenced, with"a of Gihon & Co's. warehouse. ,lose upper$75,000 st
:.of Daniel) Webster. I my apprehensions. of in ry
have being reasonabletime
it heard him prospect completed
at
? avail themselves of the State land sales possible.which gives them confidence, Messrs. Davis & Co. No.16 Strawberry
In recent campaign in Mexico a El. -
4 Tarious times discourse of public affairs in t my very and wi at once enhance the value of real
4 'and I have secure locations. large of the men under my com apparently they are very happy, except estate : than'the St., wa damaged : loss$1,0.
: private, never heard a word that proportion that they are to be to JacbolvieJ more : whole J. Oak lost
; be construed his From facts ,warranted in mad were your countrymen, (Irish,) Ger. ten cost of Edwards Cooper $1,000. .
we
4 might against country or existing are Bowlegs, which disturbs : te
and Bro.
I roa. of
importers
&c. I witnessed with admiration tem vr'much.Your Mesrs.
I ::* her; interests', or that'should not emanate saying; in reply to the inquiry.what point mans, .& agency beingover G. Y. British L\vis, insured for $25,000
% their fidelity, and valor i in ..maintaining a
4, : I from,a gieat and pure man. f" on river.will be. the probable outlet of 'pur,flag in the face ofevery danger. fiftyrnies'from"me at the tim .of their cap: Marc 31s/, 1852. London gods and the balance is conre

c TJclt/tEat: portion oflfuTspeech"which" ex"" the JTi 'i terior,'that Jacksonvillewill -V emg with each'other and our'aiitmve-i ture, and a lderne to pass through,with 'We take great in mentioning by insurances in Phiadelphia ,
'i cites must interest is where be referV.to the only: one inca! my men, and no corn :for pleasure York. The loss of parties is nearly
in the in
born soldiers ranks '
be the, most.prominent. It is not, in same patriotism, the arival 'among'us, on a brief, of
.
tariff and the old Federal my horses I'determined
rr Speaking to 'visit
party. shape in and
and heroic I my course covered by insurance
consistency, daring, ,
r3 j of'the resources 'of New-Jersey he remarked the absence- of, artificial:Broads, 80'proximate to call'them.brothers in the field wa as'I lappy with them for our depot, at"the North end LEONARD ,SCOTT; Esq? familiar to New,York. Phiae1pbi'
shal' lic as one of the American publishers the'English
: rich counties of Marion of Tohopokalago Lake distant hundred
1'J to the be to salute them one
AJachu' always countryn en Reviews and .
L.M Her immense resources are inexhaustible &c;, a'points higher up' the river; home. a ,." miles North, where we arrived* bu the;'igbt Mr. SCOTT, visits Blackwoo the purpose Mr.'ULAN. who went to .Havana to

Her.bills, filled with' iron and copper, are. project so.:Jo contemplated, and remain, dear Sir, with greaf esteem, of the .third day, after much' fatigue'and of improving a. somewhat enfeebledstate prepare concerts for Parodi, ba been arrested

,,vr l'ing'dead; and they; have been dragging urgently mooted, of a plank road agin.s, yours truly, WINFIEU ,& t. conducted starvation. From this thence they have been of health, and incidentally to :make it is said, on a charge of being ,&
the money out of your pockets 'in ,,consequence Wat. E. ROBINSON, Esq.:: to place, on their way.to 'St. further for the general emissary of Kossulh, because a ettl writ-
arrangements more
of rection of Middle Florida, promises if' ac Augustine, the nearest I ,
tt $ an eternally fluctuating :re venue military post.. ehall- circulation .of..t. :e highly valuable republications i. ten in Hungarian, which no one ,
'):iltm. I shall not,be mealy-mouthed' complished'to' bring t oar r ark t a}large St.,John's Bar.. however, deposit them at the expense of.the issuing from his house. could read, was found among hi"papers,.

J f telling; them what we want. I shall insist proportion of the vast produce of that'sec. The, News. "notices ...the recent. comj' Smen-, until United States in the fort, for safe: keeping, ,These works ::.contain the productions"" of dated at Kiutahia. The letter frm; aa.

j that is good: democratic doctrine, at leas tion, which will hardly be .equaled by the try, entertainment'given-" to,Prof Ba :he, 'of limits they of can our be Stated finally.By, removed beyondthe these the best British writers in the for of criticisms old friend asking Ullman'a 'good .'oce ., in
tI1i now-a-days I shall insist: upon..dragging removing getting the writer employment his
resources of even our fruitful the U.; S. Coast:Surrey, and assistants,' outlaws and their 'now ,withinour upon the book currently emanating on ain
t: tbe Iron out of, mountains, and transport- &uthern-'coan. hi 'aomplces from the in such in the United States. Mr. :
ing it to the sea-coast. I am 'aware that \I i ties in'a lapse.of many' years. by the Chamber of Commerce cf'dbanles. line, I a of,opinion ..the"'negotia manner as'' to ,possess press the presented with the business of ,Matek'a UIw-t.

d am about to tread upon delicate ground, and .For: the. plank.road 1 Alligator', havalready ton, in'retur for.their sklul1bofsl|u making tions now in progres for their,final remo- leading features of reader English litera managr > opr.troup
passing
val would be
accelerated and ,
: '
will' offence for I .
: I hope that no one take '
'
a charter; and'a the, subject has a:survey and chartcof, that, important save ulti ture. The also tenets\of; the
the .
I do it' that ;
the a.6eavyexpen'"to
'mean none. on' principle TOPCHEJQ REsioJUTioN. firm'.ai believer
: been'again"'agitated through, the harbor Thii.officer, has also been cordially Government .Solong as1 these marauders respective transatlantic political'parties.
the operationi'of' the general government prswe The' are a themselves. I is Sir;Francis in the; intensely*.
% ; j eMil contribute to the development of you hope some, practical i action will,b undertaken rce'iv in 'Savannah, where' hq'delivered are allowed' free access within ;our jurisdiction work LbraryJn- i virtuous principles of He hi Prnc

uI t resources a they hare done for other ,by our'citizens i Nfp,'time':could ,be an address" oh,the, hisiorand: ;:progres4s of both, life our and frontier settlers will fee unsafe, in z6.yIbWe call the r attentibhbf, _Merchants, I tat he ha Utely.! been hed t eprs Prsen.

?4 f States.of,glass,Iitencft get a tariff this of,system 1 iron,a if, ,they well; more'' -favorable than the present; ,.Oarcotlnty the oat', suryey.. 'citizensjof, 'Savan.. given me, I shall property use every';' From' exertion.to. authority!: :re-,, Booksellers, Druggist d, others- to the II lI prepared" We to must suffer confess"martyrdon we think in I just the

"wilt pals incuded. question bi a protective courts will ..shortly,meet, and: assemblies nah are ;seeking t. obtain"theor 'rpfthe f iieve their:tochwell grounded apprehensions. advertisement, The Croton,Maufactur- .a cuse.'would be .benefit ,to 'society in:,

It, tariff was always democratic measure in'New.Jer of,the,people l could: be,easily! convened Government for a similar examination. bf the Nothing short of' therAotahexpwaniC i ing Co," oUt Curtandt. treet, New-York, scric respect; for, ofcour the.wortky,Barjonet .
OA
.': y. to take the necessary. steps. Some time,ago entrance-. their, "harbor." .. ., secure rights, which to-.our the laws of our''p population in ,another, column., This ,Company undoubtedly would wish t butIOI his .'.' i
common
country -
!> -Witb an annual expenditure of 50,000,- J of. citizens .Alligator andJacksonville The News Buggests'thatour citizens make stands "the Faggot-
it9 : UK in thing a joint meeting guarantees t every citizen. .:You' can at ,, head of the trade,

t ,. ,000 more staring than fac about any the raga]/ was proposed., : We> now-desire a effor through a public eeting't Iff secure readilysee the absurdity of establishing a both in'quantity,and variety of the 'GOOd We laughed heartily at the reply said.,tq,

lies of free trade?' :.To raise ti.aolnt'i i 'a'further expression':of'opinion': i the an XQmlator"of'.the'.tu.' bar, by lne : on Our-frontier for.' the protec- they manufacture, and rAe they bare been .giren by a.little boy 1 London

*1; : ',.' would require 33 1-2'per cent, pur snbject from correspondents in 1h'fn iglbring the, the ap ton'of, our citizens, when the evil complain; constantly impr. keep.up a.to' the following"question.asked ,him.by,&
T and when' all know that.this sum plicability of,the process rf t inte"ene I have,: therefore,.;;determined r ; occupation does your
we '
: \ ports,: counties, and:;we ,aoul! ? pheri, to full, assortment:_at all ns'f.:the gentlemWht ;
eO.D the iuthfieldmy.pre.sentpositioniinless year
bai teen raised it is'folly to'talka.bout free driving; or any fo leepen- :a pursue a living T'!' ,He answered
'' trade. at soon a a cn 1o of plDinc.be : big of the i'bar;' a We' : :shall'.cordial] 'enter recalled,with ;ajorceyooltuCICltO' afld we!fully;prepared.to 9.ei fojoilain !'it faer great 8iraplicity,'_">He is, a dreadful a6

: My: politics doa't !bang very. heavy on my ,, had,'a committee be appointed, to proceed {ut te'ef r I J protect, .ourselves, \ l tle their tine at any time, eieC tto&r-, aIr, for the!'newapp.

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Richard CotUeBaltimore; I* S Neeolank AlliTartarJ the Insti. New.Y .--J..q.-.l the schooner H1oou .Youth TtlTAS norauuicntly. located himself at Jackson- tote wfflM conducted on 'most fashionable styles'wcekIy;.will emt'Snun'aDd M" Vlt,*ieerj f qr .
? 1"; JOt La1rton, S cTwSamlPitkin .s 1 the subscriber have. just received JH.JI yule,E.F. lie U.prepared to do all work *?y*.'**'s thorough rlgO pncpl I. give the' pubis great"advantage ; RICH tt Cct, Ao,148 Water Street;
; Saraloija Springs; Col Goo CU Tall aba5- direct from Baltimore- in the .Gunsmith line, both in Repairing and which experience has suggested, the ej 'in making good selec' :! Sana,when the fire was containing,NewXorl.-J .- t
eTae-SB Thomp, Black Creek; M Williams Corn, Flour; Manufacturing. He has a new process of RIFLEING nattert. l that tions. To Country Merchants Basinesa,No. 216, Pearl Street, I was absent ia
Va. 23 G C Gibbs May-port Mills W 3 Lard, in small firkins and a3lsforfam- which far surpasses the usual method. t be Kowledg Onc .,- he would respectfully Uenselaer County,testing anew .leaning )<
.IohLoD,Gee; Mrs S Johnson do; J Parmly and ily use ; Those-wishing can have thein made to order. aQw-5' are"bnVw din the"way of .add, rates in connection with my Excelsior Thracberf t -
'. N Y; A G Gordon Geo L Hopkins Fla; Bacons Hams Shoulders; All Machinery and Gnnsmithing entrusted to of situation parents wlsh- .will I* sold and did not read the account until I wa* fearful it
WmSavery and Lady, B R W Matrons J?Y. Soap, Candles ; his care will receive prompt attention. He jag to eendtbcir children from tome, as no'pain -on, .as wa too late to'gave my books which were ulamed .
March 29-M E Levy Fla; Judge Bronson, do; Irish Potatoes; hopes by close application to business to merit ft will be spafcd in providinglortheir. comfort. and reasonable. terms as can in one of your safe,.purchased from.31,. 2ftart1
M .v Dyer Z C Gordon Gordon Springs, Ga; Beet,Tongues; share of public patronage. enjoyment. \ be had in New,Y ort. Thepublie are solicited to some lean atOo, My fears were aot.a1laJ'et ttM1 .
Donbur Augustine. April 1st-E M Moore, And have on hand for.sale every description of Jacksonville,Nov. 13, 1831. tf.tPekin The discipline will b inflexible; though mild can and examine. tot themselves at the Brick I found It necessary upon my, tarn to aPlll1 u.t -
Sat James Hackett Ga. 2-J Bliss JV Y; JohnM Family Groceries and numerous other articles in and .. Cash Store. L. AMERMAN. Croton Water 40 hour before 1 wa enaeeommence ..I.
Payne, Fla; J W MeCadden, N C; J G Kon- constant demand, to which they invite the attention Tea ches The count of instreetioninclutlej all the bran ,Jacksonville;Feb." 12,:1832. _-- tf. operation; after which it reovired N .
Company Warehouses of a thorough finished hoar of labor and application to raise- W..
purchasers. Education Salamander
kin. Fla; A ShndsVhite Springs, Fla; Col E Englis ,. 4
DTrasey. Flo. 4-DFolsom, Mug; Geo Mar- D. McCUEN & CO., 76 and 77 Fulton at New York. and a full preparation for an class.> Bread, Cake &c Pie Bakery from it* ashy'.. ,Yoo may fade*-aCiny 4
Y S L In the new Store next to Fernandez, Bisbee, & ENGLISH anxiety daring this delay, and niy agreeable rprbe '
land, do; Leonard Scott, N ; Bnros. do; 4. '.. PEKIN TEA COMPANY has STUDIES. HHHIS it to inform
TIE the Public the
Co. st. March that we have made upon opening safe in the of t I "
SC SithN Y W D ", Bay 31st-6t I presence *
established Orthography '
Tyler. Reading
AH1'ew ; ;
ben many years, and has ; ; Penmanship; Ponog ,tt. full 'preparation to supply the town and number gentlemen find books and
Brayten' hede bland; Maj John Beard, Collyriok. always maintained a nigh reputation raphy Grammar; Geography; Ancient other 'i'n.wrt1 very_excellent BREAD per lafed. and legible astheitweramvioalthe y Je'.i .

) FLORIDA HOUSE, for Tea of the most delicious characterand l em Hisor Rhetoric; Book-Keeping; Composil PIES. ,which we are now delivering, fire. The intense heat to which the Safe '
SAINT AUGUSTINE, EAST FLA fragrancy, and at prices which have in every j.tion ; Botany; the Bible; Vocal regulArly the houses of customer.< subjected,can be conjectured from the eonditiom wa
j I ,
OF LETTERS remaining in the Post instance given satisfaction. The Teas are warranted i Music,Drawing. We take this opportunity of expressing; our of another tafenot, a Salamander] of which
LIST at Jacksonville, fla., March 31st, I. PERSONS visiting St.. Augustine during I j, pure,and may be returned i they do not 1!I SCIENTIFIC COURSE. thank for the liberal evidences of encouragement iron skeleton frame only remained and DOt a trwj aa
Summer will find at the above i I prove to be a they are represented. The Teas : Inttlloctnal Moral and Natural Philosophy which we have already received,and while respectfully tip or a book. ;Ilicy were eomp&11ioe..Ia'tJaJ i
A Martin, Henry house the largest,coolest,and most pleasant rooms sold by this Company are done up'in 1-4-lb., 1-2 : Astronomy, Chemistry;Logic;--Geology asking a continuance of the same feel war- lame office on the second floor from which they f
Adams, William 3 Miller, W S in the city ; Table inferior to none, and equal to Ib., and 1 lb. packages, making it cnvenientfor ranted in claiming for the Bread which we offer fell upon crate of eartnera ware in tb.eeUar.taV
Allen Nathaniel Moore' Chesterfield the best; with (pel haps) the most -attentive and country merchants to have a great variety MATHEMATICAL COURSE., qualities unsurpassed in all the essentials which go ruined safe upon th( eabunander. If their.pori-' .
II Minor J.N polite host ex'.ant. I| with a small outlay of capital. Hotel keepers Ahet Algebr .Gemetr Trigonome- to make the staff of life palatable,pure,and whole- tion had been reversed not even the ikeleterf I
DundsIohn Moore Charles C Good Stabling, Good Hay, Oats, and Corn for ,, may always be certain of having on their table ; Mensration; Geom some. We shall continue to use the bc Bell John McLanc, James S horse J. II. BUSHNELL uniform character of Tea; which Teas, of which etry;.Differential.. and Integral Calculus. which in thepiands of an experienced Baker, !noti anne ia $ ., yet the salvation of my book te

;Becks, Baryan Nlluruey.llarcy Proprietor.ST. there is a large voriety,. are done op in three CLASSICAL COURSE. fies us .promising. our customers good Bread, ZSii lM ?der.wtok the entaUveX
,
ArcrmxE March ZT 18.12. The inside is of lead the second &c. -
Nichols, James wrappers. water Latin; Greek; German; French.. $100,000andlmnportant document which cook
J1.ah.laaae 0 mar 31-11 proof paper,and the outside Ches rc paper .,.Tickets furnished, and families any where within not be duplicated, has fully compensated me. '
A eflur3e"bf Lectures
will be delivered during the limits of the town 'It-will aAnrve '
C Oglcsby Lewis t supplied at an early,hour creaf pleasure t&vxhibft tH'DeW .
CaldweU, K A P Charleston and Florida Line. For sale at the New York for cash, by the School year will upon be Philosophy and Chemistry. The every day. Price-S cts. per leaf.MYERS safe purchased of,you,and explaui it*merit*.
Clemens Gosham Patrick, Thomas W 4 the Agent, pcs1 rates, and will furihe with a new set of app 1 & COOPMAN..' at my present office,No.251 Pearl street.wberel '

Collins TR Porter John S The Splendid New Packet-steamer Feb.26tf'W':1 ISJBroughton Bt., Savannah, comin acquainted with ample Science opportunities and the practicaloperation IIOT ZT-tt !erected.1u remain until:the new building N..%, $ to
Christopher, Fran. C Palmer Hiram 2 of its laws. Your*reipectfnllThe ,
Cameron Jacob Philips, David FLORIDA The Academic year will be divided into four Boarding. lessen G.G...'i:

I D Prevatt Thomas J L. M. COXETTER, COMMANDER, For Sale, quarters of eleven weeks each. Students may enter TIE SUBSRD3ER prepared to,accommo imder.igncd'inTite country mmwtl ain .
Davis Jh Parker, Frances M now running regularly on the ) AT R. BOULTER & CO.'S STORE, after the commencement of any quarter, and a number of Boarders, at his recently others interested in the preservation of their book
DouJherty."m M Prentis, James W ", Is Line between Charleston, Savannah 'by the Subscriber and now landing be charged only from the time of their admission. erected residence in the Northwest port of the from fire,(but particularly those having Rich'
Dukes, Thomas Prentice, Augustus and the St. John's river. ;, from the Schooner Mary Isabella, from Baltimore TKUfllS town, the location of which is known to be highly safes M use] to caD at the depot I-tS Water street
Diago, Henry R TaAorablc to health and comfort from its elevation New York, to ace the interior of Mr. Gilbert'*
IVmnan, Paul Randall, Thomas 2 The following Schedule has been adopted which Board and Tuition, including lights, [fuel, and The HOUSE is the safe with the book undisturbed
I bushels of Baltimore White just completed ; sleeping and which be ha
shows the hours of arrival and at the 2,800
Dalton llero J. S T departure Con washing, per Session of five months, $120 ( other kindly permitted to remain
andall bushels White Oats 0 apartments being spacious and well finished for the tatidketie* .
various .
ports: German i rench extra
E Rutndll.John2 J,70 or 6 0 as it respects plastering &c. and gratification of the public. .
Ecker, Mrs W D Robertson, Rubert Leave Charleston every Tuesday at 12 o'clock. ). 30 bbls bales Howard of Hay,et.Flour Music (including use of Piano. .) 13 0 The furniture of theHouse is aDo entirely new, Q3-Orders for Burglar I'r'IWf''autti.miva.if .
F Rollins, Robbert Leave Savannah every Wednesday at 4 P. at. Butter Fancy Drawing 5 0 being just received from New York. Doors, promptly and faithfully exeeirfcA. .
Leave Jacksonville Thursday at 10 A. M. 2 keg superior Painting in Water Colors 9
Fwher.DrNA Rantin, John 1)Fanell every No. 1 lard, "Oil Arrangement have been made to supply the table STEARNS &ilARVINSuccewcta ,-
,James Rantin, J M Leave Picolata every Thursday at 2 P. M.KKTCENISO 5 bbls Applet,. 1200 with ample and excellent fare, and good servants to Rich & ee .
Flinton, Thomas Robarts Ecdjrar 20 boxes assorted Crackers, Including Instructions in Perspective from Na- have been employed to attend to the com 146 Water street, and corner Aveiiae A and SC
G Rice, Henry Wllnmsdell tare. fort of guests. Marks Place, New York; _.
Wm R 2 IllV Leave Palatka every Friday, at 7 A.. M. 4.bbls Pilot Bread, (Payable quarterly, advance.) ,I shall Owners of the exelnstve of Patnl. .
Crumley Leave I'icolta Friday, at 10 A. M. 10 Mercer Potatoes, i spare no pains to render my House in an right 'Rich'*
. Grantland, teuton Russell PStover Leave Jacksonville every Friday, at 3 P. M. 5 Butter roiL DAT T.XY. respects pleasant to those who make it their home, for the whole of the United States, and the only
Green, Samuel S Leave Savannah every at 9" 10 keg Cacker, English Studies and $10 0 and respectfully invite a eaU from citizens who makers of Salamander safes combining both patents 4
A.1II.
Graham, Thomas Abner B every Saturday, 2 barrels Onions Including[ the Scientific Course, 12 wish permanent Board or strangers who may sojourn commonly called RICH'S safes;or Wiu>5>
The Florida has been built ..under the special 'S Latin and Greek in Salamander Safes, with RIcb'i .', -
(Gordon John Stanley, Francis A I' 70 lbs Candies 15 0 our hospitable clime during the winter lmprovement.FebZ '- .
Gerard,Mengcville Smith, JohnSwearinger superintendence of Capt. Coxetter,and"her speed I case assorted, (Payable quarterly,in advance.) months. W.D. WARD.N. 1852.4m. ,

11 Mary and accommodations passengers are unsurpassed GO bags Cok Bran, A liberal deduction will b for pupils in B. I have since the erection of House ;,
Hill Thomas B Shoemaker, James S .. by any boat ever low placed on the St.other John's.Freight line.. 1 case Pickles, assorted, he Primary studies mae, fnrnuhed it with a convenient Bath-Establish-my; Groceries I Groceries! I -
Humphries, Alcxrllamson Sidbcry John and passage as as by any l- 2 dozen jars Preserves, ,, .N.F.BROWN. ment, which is always copiously supplied with -
farther information be obtained
can by
W 11' Sidbcry, James Any applying 4" Lemon Syrup > References. water and the necessary conveniences for bathing. JUSTRECEIYED per PehY Melrose direct '
of the
either ,
Hall JoelHorson Sanchez, GraceSummcrlin to J. W. CALDWELL undersigned, Charleston.E. agents. -At wholesale and retail. Hon. WJLLAKD.HALI, Rev. S. \Vrcxonr, I should add also that my house is a regular a Ml and well selected .

Matilda John W. BUKER, Savannah.BELLECHASSE A ofpublic patronage is respectfully solicited. ilev. CoK&y CIBE Capt. II. B. NONES- stopping-place for the Stage to and from \west sortmcnt of GROCERIES,adapted exprcwlr for"
Horrell, Eliza A Sanford, HIISuarez & FINNEGAN i I eh JAMES HANILUI.IACKXVI Wilmington,Dcl; D. MILR Erandywinc and Middle Florida, being upon one of the principle family use,connoting part oft New York C"Jt7 t
,
Hewing, John Swanna Jacksonville. March 13, 1831. lage, DeL;1 BRDFOlD, % ; 11cr. streets leading immediately to the Western cored llama, Shoulders and Bacon, Side,Me**
Hopkins, P Smith, Church ISt J. E. Rockwell Brooklyn lvr. Dl. OLIIUAT road- W. I,. \V. Pork, Fulton Market Beef Pickled and Smoke .
llenrick, Samuelllartridge Starr, Daniel L 4 31-3m R. IL REID, Palatka.March : BULS. CAMPIIISE, & tr. A. I. Bvxin, ifedtbrd, N. .1. Tcarh- Jacksonville, Oct. 9, : U. Beef Tongue, Smoked r'elmon and Beef Bologne*

,T SmitbOL2 5 25 Bbls. 93 per ct. ALCOHOL, r HYATT, Rev. Tuos. CA.V\, Rev. Z.. Sausages, Makerel. Codfish, Irish Potatoes. Sugar '
Hamilton, J L T Just received and for sale by A. MANYIEUJ, Wilminoton,Del.; L. BAKEOWS, Lemon, Boston, Soda and Abetnethy Ci-.
Hawkins, E U. TL- John Steamboat Connection A. MAYER, Savannah. Andovcr,Moss. nov 27,'51-ly E.L.HAEEISOI.&CO. cults Smoked Herrings, Gohea ,Batter Leaf
lloke & Aberncthyliendrick TurnerJamel BETWEEN BLACK CREEK, CHARLESTON MArch 18 JOIN ON BAY ,STREETFRONTING LEI Lard Catsup;, Preserve and Pickles Dried '. ., .
& Nc lit Thomas. Robert II 2 AND SAVANNAH. GEORGE H. SMITH CO. WITH'S BRICK BUILDING. Green Apples, Dried Peaches a choice selection
I Taylor Lphraim 2 LBS. Acidulated Fruit Drops-Banana & JACKSO-WILLE, FLOIUDA. and assortment of Stuart. Refined Candle, ke.
Johnson Zacheu TelforLoh.n.sun. I- THE steamer THORNiriU leave 1300 Pine Apple, Raspberry, Mulberry AUCTIONEERING, AND COMMISSION -oo- The undersigned would abe respectfully inforaf
L Tuverin William onri11e every Thursday, Blkber Orange, Lemon, &c., &e. MERCHANTS. SUBSCRIBERS respectfully -inform his old customer and the public in general thai -
J.nes, Nancy L 2 Tiller, DavidL immediately .n the arrival of the I i Thes Dops similate the flavor of the JACKSONVILLE, FLA. TIE friend and acquaintances that they he has on Land in addition to th. above, :

Tyer John II florida, for Black Creek, taking the passengersand For Bale by have established themselves in the mercantile A FULL AND BY HIMSELF CAREFULLY .
Lqir ur Tyne, JohnWheeler freight destined for the latter place; and will .j JOL A. MAYER, IE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into coT business in this place, and are now receiving and SELECTED)'STOCK OFDRYGOODS -
jrptin, Alexander W arrive at Jacksonville on Friday, in time to put j March 18 Savannah.. for the puepose of on opening at the stand above named, a full assortment ,. .
Lloyd, James Delia II the return passengers and freight on board the ;. business, and are prepared carrying to make consisting of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles, of almost every quality and name,-si ted for the

Lcniic.Alexander Wafbbnrn,Joseph, Florida for Charleston. By this arrangement i' Lrage sale of Public Lands i Florida slel atoYQ on consignment or at auction, (one of Groceries, Hardware Boots, Shoes.Hats, Caps SOUTHERN MARKET. ,
Lang, Amellnllie, William the price of freight and passage from Black Creek I t the firm being an auctioneer.) Both of the firm Bonnets, &e. &c., with every variety of goods Till stock consists of a'well selected assortment&
Lane, Jose \V'Alker,8eil'lo' to Savannah and Charleston will be the same as are well acqnonted with the merchants and citizens usually kept in a Dry. Goods.Store. Which of Staple,'Dry and Fancy Goods Ready Mad.
n Williams, hi S by the other boats.llELLEClI.A.SSE" "mjotlcc U hereb given, that the undersigned of tin interior, which gives them the advantage they offer for sale aa cheap as they can be Clothing Cutlery,Hardware,together with Crockery -'
Manning, IIZDL1 A Williams, 21 A FINNEGAN, _Lil w pursuance of law, offer at : of making ready sales of any goode or mcr- purchased at any establishment in the Southern ,Glassware,Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps 4'
Manning, DmielV Marccy March 31 'Agents. public the Court House door, in chnde yhich may be sent to them on consign country ; their entire stock having been selected Saddlery;in short every variety of Goods Usually >
Mellichamp, E U Wixley Z K B the several counties, a hereinafter stated the following by one of the firm, with much care and attentionand kept in a Dry Goods Store.
:Murry Rapbelo- valuable binds, located by State antherityarfSVtofthe will their with a view particularly to this market
They give attention to making good they All kind of country taken
Murphy,JoJiua.McDowell Initials. New Goods New Goods grant of Congress to said State, and iediae sales. They would respectfully solicit flatter themselves that they will be enabled to Goods,at produce In exchange'for '
J eAt Wholesale and Retail.- i for of internal improvement. These patronage from merchants and tradesmen of give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them thehighest, market prices..
McDonald, James Mil L M 1 IIAndwcre. in good part, selected immediately other who wish to sell goods in our market. with their patronage, both as to the prices and All the Goods will be sold upon very reasonable//
Persons applying for Letters in the above list JUST RECEIVED direct from New York a of the U. S. surveys, and are ctie bUines! in their line will promptly at quality of their goods. terms. Customers would do well to call and a.'
frill say they are aaccrtued ortbey may not get Assortment of Fashionable Spring 1 1., believed to embrace some of the best in the State to. b The 'Subscribers will be. constantly receiv amine for themselves purchasing elsewhere, ;
them. MARK BUTTS, Dress Goods, of French, British,and American for the production of corn, cotton, sugar, tobacco tende ,GEORGE HrSMITffr,- ing*..] Jilitiona_Hull OtwK HlB Slate.OT ..bring laD,"-..j 'h.>uvuv wlH gg Kgay IUW
/aekMnriHe. April 1. 1s 2.- Postmaster. Manufacture,comprising in part- ,and tropical fruits-and othe finely adapted J OlIN W. PRICE. the market may require, and having made arrangements suited as regards the goods and the prices aike4
French oil col'd Ginghams, American to the Turpentine and bue. The ] gr cE"J.-A M Fernandez Bisbee in New York, orders can be supplied for them. ,MORRIS KEIL.
French EnglL-h, and American Prints land will offered half-eighth .ed at the shortest possible notice. Corner Ocean & Bay .
& Co. R fconltcr& Co.
ICE ICE ICE Furniture Chintz Fig'd and Plain Lawn b i Acra.In & Hours, Jacksonville: Boston, & Wia, A Alsop Hides, Tallow, Beeswax,and Buck Horns, will Jacksonville, NOT. 13, 1& U. '

f TONS superior quality,just received and Muslins, Jefferson on Monday, 12th roche, E Moore &Co., Seaborn Goodall L be received in exchange for goods.
: 35 Do. JackoncU Plain and Swiss Muslins cony. : Friends State of Florida. Southern Circuit, Hew*
Fig'd $ and customers
from Boston,and for sale FOR CASH April, abou ,6 vannah. | Jan. 13, 1852. tf. are respectfully solicited '
VXLY. Madison, to call and examine this stock before paicbasin" roe county
Monday,19h. w,5 ,
For the convenience of families and others wbh- Cambrics and Jackonet.plain and checked, Hamilton, 2th. I 24 1 Notice. elsewhere. E. L. HARRISON, Edwin ; S
ing to supply themselves regularly, tickets will Fig'd Berages, Silk Tissues very rich patterns Columbia, Monday, 3,12 J :if. P.SAN DERSON. OGUynnll5. .
be provided, which may be obtained of the siV- Alack**, Wednesday,5th Slay, I 9d2 TIE: Sibscnbera beg leave to inform their September 1, :1)1. tf. Ann -
.
fcribcr.Orders. Wide Black Silk, very cheap, Marsclines Levy, Monday, 10th May, ." 2.. & and the public generally, that having BILL a CHAXCEET FOB DIVCECS, Oftni tt
from the country carefully and promptly andflorence Silks, of every color Marum, Monday, 17th May, I 5s a Storehouse and Wharf of their ownthey are now SELLING OFF CHASBEES.fT .
attended to.QgHonrs. Crape Shawls,plain and embroidered llcrnando (Beaten) Monday, prepared W receive and forward a goods intrnsed appearing to the satisfaction of the Court. .
Winter Stock
for town delivery from 7 to 8, A. M., Paris Kid Gloves,Black and col'd Lace Mils, 24th May, ; I 49,6 to theirfcare, free of charges. Merhant and at Reduced Prices, JL. that the said bill has beeR fifed and by duev .
daily. lime Ice Haute will not be opened at anyother Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, *H01tbaroSaturday,2Dth May, 4,8 planters will find it to their ship FOR CASH ONLY.G. proof that the said Ann E. Guynn resides o.1 -
time. J. H. H. BOURS, Agent. Jenny Land Polka Gaiters, TERMS. the other through thk channel,as we Arc determined t try this State, to wit: at Spanish Well,roe of ft* ,
Jacksonville, AprilS 185. Bronze-tipped Bootees. Opera Gaiters, fourths payable-i C eq annual instal and give wtisfuction to all. Those shipping W. Barton, Bahama Islands; it is ordered that the said AU .
Single Ties, Buskins Slippers, &c. ments, with intr in advance. Or, if any purchaser through us from Savannah, &c., will please give OULD respectfully inform the Citizens of E. Gnynn appear and plead, answer or defend
Agency for Scott & Co's The most approved styles of Spring Bonnets, prefer per cent. win be deducted orders to Live their goods landed'nn our wharf; W Jacksonville and the vicinity that he is against said bill, on or before the first Monday
RE VIE)VS. Do.Children's Hats, Silk Bonnets, richly from the credit instalments, upon the payment of this will iuure their being put to no expense at now selling off his present stock of Fall and Winter ovember next. In default of which said appeari
TIE nndersined has been duly authorized by trimmed and of the latest fashion, the whole purchase money at the time of sale. this place; Dry Goods at exceedingly low prices to make anee,the said bill will be taken pro eonfato against.
: & ixoTT, Esq., to receive orders and French Flowers rich Bonnet Ribbon DAVID S. WALKER' The Barge Sallie Lodoiska,Capt. A. 11. Gray, room for a fresh supply of Spring and Summer I her. provided that a copy of this order be published .
receipt for subscriptions to the British Reviews. Gcntlcmtn't Wear Register of Public Lands for the State of F will conthoe to run regularly be'\ec Palatka. Goods; his present Stock consists in port.of in some public newspaper of this State tor
consisting of Boots,Gaiters, ad Shoes T&hle. December 16, 1851. and Silver Springs. For freight! ., apply to English and French Merinnos Cashmeres, De- the space of six months,before the said first Monday -,
the: Captain on board, o to Rossignol & Gray, Laines \Vhite in November, or provided thai if a of
& copy
The London Quarterly Review Ready made Clothing, a splendid assortment, Alpaceas, Col'd Flannels Cotton
.A11 letters business must be said bill of this
some very fine. I'alatk. on pot Flannels Furniture Calicoes,Col'd Cambrics. and order shall be personally
The Edmburg Review, Notice. ROSSIGNOL & servedupon oT iJeEvered to her then she is hereby
French
Country merchants supplied for cash, on term pi. Super Ink Cloth, Fancy Cassimcres,
Tlie North British Review, equal to New York prices. The country public THE CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH INSTI- Nov., 1831. 22. Sattinetts, Kentucky Jeans. ordered ttf appear and plead,answer, or defeucf;
The Westminster Reviev, are solicited to call and examine Goods and prices, will open on Monday, 19th inst., in Silk Cravats, Bonnet Ribbons, Bit Silk LAces against said bill on the first rule day after three
ANDBlackwoM.s JCJ-At the Brick Cash Store. the new Building recently erected by Col. i. D. Sale of &c. months after the said service or delivery ia default
Jacksonville, Fla. The Subscriber has al- Lots whereof, the said bill will be taken *
L. B. AMERMAN. con
Ha. Shawls and Scarf White pro
Edinburg Magazine. the'the first in :March win of- Counterpaines, do. !
procured the services of Madam Des .Roches, ON Monday b Embroidered Curtain Muslins Worsted Hosiery ease against her at last mentioned rule day'
TERMS : in the Female Department, and feels great confidence at pnblie sale on the premi. num Silk Mantillas. ; JOS.aLANC&STER.
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For anyone of the four Reviews $3 00 per a an. DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. that her instructions in the various branches ber of eligfrio building and in L Judge, Southern Circuit >
For any two, do. 5 00 of education, including Music wi erLe a VIL within a mile of the Market wharf, ALSO, State of Florida. C S
For any three, do. 7 00 NOTIOE. influence upon pupil FA., and along the route of the contemplated Boots & Shoes, India'Rubber .Shoes!Merino .Key,West,April 3, 18iiL -
hghlllatisfctory U
For all four of the Reviews, ft 00 TI IC co-partnership heretofore existing Under N. F. BR Plank Road Also a Brick Yard with its shirts &drawers, Cotton do do, Umbrellas, Carpet :
For Ulockwood'Magazine 3 00 the name and style of L. M. Scarborough& chr.. Jan. 1852.-3t. Principal. fixtures. Bags,Blk silk & FlU Hats, together with,a I CERTIFY the abate tor be a1 true copy frW
For Uhtrkwood and three Reviews, 9 00 Co. is this day dissolved by.mutual consent. 2 TEttMS-43red5ts will be allowed proportioned large assortment of Fancy goods. the original new on file in my offtee. :

For Blackwood and four Reviews, 10 00 All demands against said firm as well as all Oil Tallow Grease and to the ameunts purha. Bonds given.for in- Jacksonville, Feb. 5, 185. 3Ki.NOTICE. J. M.BRACEWELL, .
Arthur J. T. Oho disputabu titles ore made. Clerk.M. C.C.
dues to it, will be settled by Wrightand whn 4
rAlJtENT TO BE HADE IX ALL CASES IX ADVASCE.CLCBBIXG. Mineral Paint. pyments
James W. Cathey,who will continue to carryon S. BAKR.Feb.5,12. Key West, April 3, 18S1. july3.Ssn.ColnmblaOountyTaxCollectorsSale.
the business of said concern under the name 300 ba Machine Oil, price 75 cents' .
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t.
Fur copies of any or all of the above works ALL PERSONS aw' hereby cautioned .
will be sent to one address on payment of the regular style ADd firm ot Wright. M.&SCARBOROUGH Cathey.L. 2,500 gallons gon 1 cents, i cask of various Poinsett's Indian JLoxetustl .Bt. against trading for a certain promissory /' .
subscription for three-the fourth copy being T. sizes. note mode by the undersigned on or about the virtue of authority rested la me by law.l
J. WRIGHT. BY
grati. COLUMBUS DREW ARTHUR 200 barrels boiled PAt Oil, 55 cU per gal. 20th day of October 1851, to Simeon S. Tyler or expose for sale in front or 'the Coat
Florida Republican Office, CA TIEY. 6,0 gallons do do do do Te.tlmofa"from .Regular Physician bearer, for the sum of three hundred and seventyfive House door vf Columbia County,on the first Me- .
AprilS-tf Jacksonville. Alligator, Fla.,Mach. 15,.182. 2t in cask of various sizes. following certificate of the efficacious qualities dollars, payable six months after date. The day of June ,1832, the.foUowlug ,described tractor
barrels Tanners Oil,various kinds and of this Medicine is from a regular physicianin consideration for which said note was given bas parcel of fund situated in said County, on the
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Paper llangius Depot, Astonishing Intelligence! qualities,from 3 to 6 cent per gal. Colombia county: failed, and I will not pay it unless compelled by Snwannce river, near Livingston Ferry on tttt

No. 44 CourtlantU'ttrcct, 1ttc-rork opposite The Cash System Adopted 1,5 gAll in of sizes,va- PISE GROVE, Columbia co.,> law. GEORGE JOHNS;Sr. river,containing 400 acres,owned br Amos Bin

tILe Merchant }ote/. the GROCERY and PROVISION knd and qualities,from 3 to 5 ,E. E., February 29th, 1S52. $ Jacksonville.-- Fla.. ,-,Feb.' .4th., 1852-5-2111. ,.- ._ -. ney or hem, for taxes due the State and county
AT DeW fur the tear 1351. State and count tax t9 90.A. .
Croton
THE Manufacturing Company (organ- the Subscriber, in the city of cens per gaon. DEAR 8m:'1 take the first opportunitjthat hue '
under the General Manufacturing Law STORE grease, for heavy bearings, Notice; .J.T. WRIGHT
J !! I ?
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ofthe State of New-York) offers at wholesale in I just received and opened my large. and eoa machinery, in barrels or presented wed to do since.in reference saw you to,t write Indian YJui prm. SIX months afterdate I will pent 'ini ac- ., Sheriff Ei6fficlo Tax Ctor.' .

quantities to suit purchasers at M AKCFACTCKEES' HAVING Stock of Goods, selected with cw. any consistency required. 1 send, certificate your t > .as Administrator of the Estate of Wm, Alligator, Dec 1231. ., deel&td. .
LOWEST PISCES for cub or approved credit, reference to the of this Market Price 6 cent per pound. Blow you my Johnson,deceased, to the Hon.Judge of Probate .: 4
Paper Hangings of every variety of style and eprl pleasure in demd citizens of 150 ton Mineral Paint, i barrels, at PINE GEOVE, Columbia co.,i for Columbia county, and ask for .a final 'settlement Notice. -

rciee. place and that they are th market pre. E. F.,February29th. ,1852.Mr. j and allowance of the same, and of my :di-., -OiiCE?' Book of -&W'U
Borders to &. ready for sale surrounding, at remarkably country low rates for CASH 1011' Machinery Oil, warranted to chi in the :Egbert Poitt. ? < charge from the administration of said E tale.' hereby for Stock given in the that Florida.AtlaatlV j
Fire Board Print in great variety&Transparent only! An enumeration of the multitudinous artK coldest weather and considered by using itn Dear Sirs ud three bottle of your India -' GREEN, JOHNON.AhntnbirarDt/ ; .a-vcBn seriptioa1 ."RjOlrowt.rwm bO. opened IS
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Window fehade eles with which, .Store to sperm oil. : Loiemnstalisucceeding admirably.. One j.jjy- -1** -- ; :
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deemedunnecessary
:my supplied Jacksonville at the office of J. w.nry;EM Von
Oil fainted Window Shade : suffice it t say, that I have everything Paint Oi equ to'Lied OH, other of the bottles was used in a case of Chronic Dtr"hich' Alligator;Jan..S 1832. ,r,6ai .: the 26tb fast. JOHN S.SAMJMia/ .
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Wide Window Curtain Papers and (save dry goods the of than for white. : produced ani,or .
Window Shade Fixtures Family supplies. des I TITUS.way ,I am constantly receivg"'large supplies of the rhe which prolp h all other Notice; < "A.M..REED..1: ,.
coa1.t6tiai :
Oftbe latest styles and superior finish! all of their Jacksonville Fla., Feb. 19, I..T.2.t. above named arcle "my motto w, .Small remedied tbt had been and these were MONTHS afterdate I snail present my,ac jaeksonTilIe'FeL.5-3.. ; -i:
own manufacture and importation. As their stock proft and' rta. not a fer. !The result was a final cure with one SIX !and vouchers as the Administrator of : ,
b large and entirely new, they invite Merchants, B. F.. PONH, bottle. tSTour Indian Loxecust i the most positive the Estate of John G.Ziriax,deceased late of
Bookseller and dealer in these article, to call Jacksonville Female Institute. 56 Water st., (under the Pearl it. UOD) and tern cure for Dst and Diarrhea Monroe county, to the Hon.Judge of Probate of Notice/ "
and examine their stIles and price whenever they Jan. 1,1852.' ew York. of any 1 the use Monroe county and shall at same:time apply to mIlE Subscriber will take five or'six mW
Tirit the city. THIS INSTITUTiON, having been in suc Respectfully yours, &e., Court for from said Admtnistra- ,Boarder--- Hij Rooms shall be comfortable.1
Countryltferehanu can examine this stock from eMu operation for more than two years, Nassau County Tax Collector's or t P. W. CATO, M.D. said tion of said estate.a discharge His Table rhaQ be inferior to none for the terms -

6 o'clock ia the morning till 10 o'clock in the will b under the joint control of by Sae.BY'VRTU ,N.D. nd me aoth supply immediately.P. .' All person interested' are desired to .take' no- and every 'attention paid' to the comfort aw
torityin'mo
.,eaiD MISS' P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW. front of Tst-the 'wn \v_,C.Administrator's .. tice. NICHOLAS SMITH,Admr. health of Bispatrons. G H. SMITH .
New-York March 1, .. 1 Jacksonville, Nor ,186,51. tLNettinMachinemade .. .... .
April Mrs.'MAOLOW ha'lately been cnnect'with Court House door of Nassau county, on the first .Key West Nov. 13,185k 6m. ,
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To Builders. one of the most popular Monday of June,' 182 the following describedtracts Notice.x Notice. .

VVTINDOW SASH, Blind and Door 8.C., and brings with her the highest testimonials or parcel situated in said county: VVfeEKS after date hereof I lh apply to .). .. '
TT Tanetyofi efor aleveryJow Apply of her character and success A a Teacher.She One t containing 250 acres,lying near the res S' the pon. Judge of Probate, C umbi SIX: MONTHS afterdate, the undersigned superior quality' -t the perfection- of .the*, -
to AL&1'& DOUR abe refer t CL B. M PE.l and Mr. Mr. John Higginbotham, on a foV Letter of Administration on I of the Estate of Thomas Jones, OF knots [being" the jutting or fisbermaar ,
Aprils It WM D. Bul this pla. called Little Mpls;another tr lying on nmp ont. Carver., deceased. deceased,late of Alachua county.State of Florida ,knot] and regularity ot the meshes,will be.kept .
will exhibit his account and vouchers before .
her her Swamp, containing-250 These are \ SAMPSON .CARVER. .
SW.E thank a hand read/to be furnished order
Mi t ten constantly on
Notice.
public generally fo p described by surveyor a*belonging to Sanehei, Alligator, Feb.16,fi352-19-6ir. the Honorable Judge of Probate/or aaid'eounty., be sold lower than ft em be nettedbyhand. *,
and-wffl
SIX WEEKS after date hereof,shall apply to already received'and respectfully Inform them and'are cold for taxes due from I54 Taxes duthe < and pray A>E a final settlemeatand discharge from will the strictest, -
.; TEe subscriber give afetentkm .
lion. the of Probate of '
Judge Colombia the formed State $15.aoT2Md .1 will I thftaidestate.r ";t : .
that by recently association wi. The 'steamer THORN that the work will w don Ia the bert.
for Letter of Administration on the .JL I. Wm. M&P.Admr.OctaCl .
county
es "
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Marlow -
tate Mr whicT goesinto oprtill.o DRADDK Leave 'Jacksonville' manaeO Al Twk*.Cork.Leade;. ; > AtT1
of William Colman. deceased. Sheriff 1Dy.9J44ELYhIAtty.
idol March, > "
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( a adition can u J at 8 for u. JOHN Mc.JULLEN': -
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JOHN'E. COLMAN. <; Ga.- t:
be into whom a & Etr. : *;s.4f :: South St. DowlYl1r ,Baltimore ,tWm. */ .
iltution or .
_Alligator,March 31. ApL 8-6t, ful rive t' f&th at t past 12 p. m. ( '
duty' w b Pilatka Monday 8 a. m.'arrive. at Lnterpruwat : Notiww .-E.Hooper,74. .|same..whart .
I Tax Collector' Sale. cheerfully given'by both the teacher Tax Collector's Sale. or befomTuesday, 10 p.m.; Leave*am.day CJIX' MONTHS' itel :Jatf.2a.lSfe; :, a '..
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win
.,. I jfJJY virtue of-the power vested in me by Law, Mr MAtLow will devote particular attentiontotheFrenchOepartrneguwdfluthe ''B- VIRTUE' of the power vested'in nieiy .t 1 p.Tu f rPa 4ka,mtriving there.Wednesday count a*the Administrator after < present the Estate my,aeO of ,. ,-- .

I 'JRJi 1 than erpose for sale before the Court House usual .Law I Ill expose for sale before th* CourtHouse 'at..1'ieoIata at Z po'1110. Joshua Hogon-deceasedUthe Hon.Judge: ; Noticev .. ... .
*toor.In the town or Jacksonville, county of Dn- English Iude door tw; of Pa county of andarrlveaUaekBonvUle'tame-day.; Way k,pa. > Probate for Colonbia.eoaoty.andaakfera"final M'ONtilS after date'fw1fl prwent.- Wi.L'
\ on the ant in between .Tfc-mi per eleven the 1852 eager 4a *4 at any botot oothe river., SIX
Monday June 1852 'ptfr I Putnam,on .Stber. settlement and allowance of the *ame*and ef my and VoBoher thetllon.Court
"., the legal hour of tale, the following describedJfrtyor Orthography, ,-& e. I between the legal boors of tale, described : board.pfsS&day.tffatthTHORN' .' discharge front. the*adadnirtraU of said estate Probate pf-Hamiltoncountynda kto b4-
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; *o much thereof will the State or*o much thereof M will i* imenvployed Vlf\f*A Ttf el"
pay : ppny<. paythe ,jsTHEa &, charged ft'othe adaiaistraubq of the eaIs ,'
, --JjCounty Tare,due thereon for tie year 1851, athmetlc"t 0 Taxes dot thereonfer the ; "'aekaon'ilIe..m 'be'appreciated for -. '. 'r.tor.pet.:2 Susanna Lowe,lat.of Hanfltoh_eou W l' "
:':. to wit iFly ._ The higher branches.of the English _rear 1851,'to wiLs16,000..M 01)0 towing vesftl* to sea or in the nver, or, .for :Wl",_ 6m. ed..

hundred andtwenty-eight acre of Land, -: .- ,?. ,600 Land, ritnate,lying, and ; towing. $ r.oultanycr. : .--- . ..,. _.,... -d" .. I '- < .1OHN'V.LO'UT1I .
Q situate 'Jyin "?* fc1"*''to the swamp of **Big eacon for: the 'French Township'10. &i o Range 25,E. sectiootofTownihipil __ -.f. : '. FeD.19,185Mai, : 3NOTICE.nnira ., 'K tnioikratorSMITH /
? Et. Won f ** tut TT( j-ri -.
> T-otUburg Creek" and II numbered a* Section and rawing.The .. ,,a Rge Stn :'Part.eriup< 1y'WiUT ,.. "
Fift7- .cpon the Plat Township Three South musical department of : S- ,. Just.ReceiTed, : : existing between 'the 'HI*Attorney.', .
I **'Twenty. even East the of Mrs. thI Wtt0 I 8 Or.TOWS1..J.* ** "ARCADE.'iBACDN' 'JL. "undersigneda* Attorneys at law ha*been. j..... r..r.b ;.! ,atJUa"7. .- :
in |
8cuTey office of the under the charge returned fJL 'udRal 1 E. : .P UCHCONER : diseoItedbTutnatsenIM.LII'Smith AW. .., 4 '. .'__ .. .
GeDeral as .
Land being "
of said .
owuod .iJIt Leiw of Florid Fraud' Said Land being ed performer o t H. Piano For and Gui s 7.G.. ,Fairb Agent.I A r : Lirtity JLO ;' ? win attend wan nnfinuhed business .-.:. \: .:.i- ;.., ,. .JO, ...c Q ..,. ;-f-f'A' -:
Goodwin -
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nknown owner ar. e b berM. T>7lV. \ l'EL' "o' .Wch will 'be soldcheapfO V M-WHITESMITH,_ J. : '
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p URwt.BOWDEN dated with board,in I' > tu -." *' i j-L-Y EX C V T.E D
'TZAJS'&CoD. & "rb1 1J.t. Tax a'toirr;Pntnamcountys .- .. <. ,.TrrUs. '! '. OFFIcr
laebonTD1., .,Noy 6 1851.1J.td $12toI5permonth Feb.tf I'al4kaFeb,19,,12L2a441 ts11s3t. 1 naql$2 5- .. TIBS ,

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'..'4t !.'":'I, THfi' >lF' ORn>A, REPUBLICAN. JOHN.tms,1L1r ,, .Lkt of Officers- of Stt omcca nt.oC United L.tterPo State t.Ih. o..lr ;TOlns' tt's- t 1 o&at..aU those much who pleasure BUY to be nooDl1D similarly 4"oV afflicted.f -

...t 'II j3JLXSUDZYZZYTffZSDAT.AT oJ Q1t l!ci L8DzNcoUNTT. .} H' I Canada; firom. aad aft** U301-June, Yonri, 13kNJAMIfl Dy .

. d' : .'..)1COm.tT. P..Tt AttomeyatLawVm STATE OFICERS. }. 18911 .ToEPobule", ,Eiq. "

, ;" COLUMBUS DREW. ,. GOTerno.THOMAS :For every tintf*letter in manuscript, or paper ;x: i JicuoicvuA'Jus 2i.rasr
... J t.;! ., -. hereafter attend' Circuit Courts in aU the Secretary State, CHARLES W. DOWMXCVAttorney of any kind upon which Information shall basked :=.; Dear Sirl I aa entirely relieved:of D7''

: ,t.r 1 ; : rnx -T reribllar pel annumypayabiettpon c counties the Eastern and Southern Circuits,the General; DAVID P. HOGUE.Comptroller. or communicated i writing, or ,by-marks plaint, thank to you for>y ) ,
j I JOHN BEARS or sent by mail th rate ia the CU3T it II the best I baT!. ever used ,
I ; Court and the -United States District signs meted foe &be
't Supreme
US Paper mm
ordering ,
:. "' Treasurer, WILLIAM HAYWARDER table shall be charged ; and for aIIeUead J reel happy Iu reeomm8J141nlt
! If before the expirationof Court for the Northern District of Florida. State Lands, . .
;t ; Subscriptions not paid half ounce'or'fracUiM-* ounce above the pnblia.. I ours; truly .7

." t' of the year are charged 04. ,Jfi timtif; devoted txctutivdy to the I.pro- Clerk Supreme Court.'ROBT RA ARD.Register weight namecihl table,; additional. single r Q GEORGE CO IlER4, '

, 4A4iettilemenu will be inserted at the following festton.' JUDICIARY { rte.iatb chargd. THE .To E.Ponaett,Etq.

: .'t ; xfctotr On*Dollar per square (twelve Mnes)for Office .(uutit further, rvofict) l in Jacksonville Supreme Court Jug ,..* _. '. : PUBLC. much BATOR' ISLAND, St.J hD'Bead;'I
.. T- sntrliear'devote .August7l 1. 's'
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: ': tne first'j-aUaT'Serenty-Fire; Cents for every snbseqnenltHWsrtlbn. East Florida. marl2.lt/ ,..' [ Walker Anderson I Ch.'Justicej.1ttt.Hon. : =: time to of tbe 'Dear Sin This will" Inform you that,three

I' .*, /'r: .. T0"7tar&'Acf\"ertisertA liberal H on. A.;:0..- Semmes ,'I I Associate (pIach'a "-'"-,. ", S, 2. various medicinal plants, roots and herbs pe- children were dangerously ill with the army

j discount will be mad ;All trensient. .A'dvertise'. JAHES ,H r BAKER, tlon. Lv;A Thompson'| ,' "' .<, ': t G.OH. Iifwpen'ln's't1rarJloTtaa1t2eTrt1prtftoruf Uiy.JDUrlioBalbr-teat.siJWe ks. ItdX
1 I 1 '
.! 'T ,;; bents(except,persons having a running' account AXTORRET liV, Western S:i "Hon.,C.rd .uJtt. ;1i" : T 8 ..!, 8 t ibis medicine ha acquired a knowledge in this almost disease everything but all to no that effect.generaDyroeflefT A friend,rniae ftrdoin* .*. -
1 Apalach.
:: 'I With the offiec) must be paid for previous to pnblf4 AUieator; Columbia Co.,:East Fjc1a.. Middle | J. Wayfes wJ I iTaHias'eEastern f : 2 ."= 0 branch which is rarely obtained by those commended me to try lOut Medicine eaQednaJl

: Uon. Thomas whose object alone is botanical and DIAN LOXECUST. procured Jt-.anoV
, j Douglas I IJocksMle : ; discover .
t:1J' 0 -
: ; ? Persons at a distance can govern theIr remit' Hr WHIT SMITH Southern I| Jos. B. Lancaster IK. Wes Z o' E'WHEK s classification.' haPPY to say that 11 Bottles of it cured an three
I J Tames M. Landrum,Sol'r W. Cir., Until tbe he has had of mv children-hoping your valuable Mediend
: tanees for advertising,by the following'ratel rf ) PKEPAID. ., Cts. Cts. Cts. Uts. prsent year, no become generally known so that
t I' ATToSUtTS AT LAW Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. Cir., / Quincy of may aQ that may
t botanical
; f J" One square twelve lines) published six months John P. Sanderson Sol'r E. Cir., / aeks"riJlesslan Weighing 4 os. or under,being thought compounding a remedy be afflicted with this disease may. have' a certain
Alligator Columbia Co,Eat Florida.OSSIAN '. ." S 6 10 15 himself his labors directed
+ ji for $10 00 O B. Hart, Sol'r S. Cir., K. West single rates. -. ; having' beD' to and safe, remedy Yours truly, .
. Overt and not I oi. 612 of JAMES
oi. over 2 8 the filling :order from abroad.' LATIMER.
tvi :: Two squares,for six months, 15 00 ,B. BART, J Over 1 oz. and not over J i os. 9 18 S. 4 The manner in which' he has been led To E. PofnaeU, Eaq -

I i -.i Legal and other Business Cards, per an. 10 00 ; COUNTY OFFICERS.First Over Ii 0*. and not,over 2 oi. 12 2 ,4 .6 t
ATTORNEY AT LAW second Clerkof place himself in his presentposition 'is JACKSONVILLE July 30,I85 .
[ name Judge of Probate; name Over 2 ox. and not over 2|oi. 15 a -
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1 ; Notices to debtors and creditors, 7 00 KEY VEST FLA., Ct. Court; third name Sheri fourth name WHEN UKPAID. f tallows:-A personal friend afflicted" Dear Sir: I have tried your very valuable Me*.

't 4 Application for 1ettMl administration, 5 00 Practices in the United States and State Courts (wheneverit: occurs, as & &c.), Tax Single rate as above. _. 5 10 10 15 Dysentery, having failed of obtaining relief cine for Diarrhoea and find it by far the best aad
{l Assessor and Collector.] Over i and not 1 os.,10 safest cure for this:dangerous disease that I
Notice Application for dismissal as Administrator of the Southern District of Florida. I os. over 2 2 8 from tbe regular faculty, one day addressed ever known or beard of.'My Httle haTe \
Over and not 11 daughter
{ : $1000 10-tf Western Circuit. oz. over ox. 1 S him thus "It is said axed
tr July Over Ii oz. and not over 2 oz. that every :soil and about two years bad suffered long and,waa
)iJ '. : For announcement candidate for oft c ', 5 00 County. PosiOce.Escainlia 2,4 4 6 clime for to almost skeleton f reduced
t ; Oun. PensacoliMilton Over 2 ox. and not over 21 oz 5 5 produces antdot diseases peculiar a ,and tried van ef

,r t. ::1 No announcement will be mad'unl.osshe same JOHN O.HATELY j;'. E. DeLarna .. i'Jor.-From and after the30th June the t the ; 8 you, with your a It Bottle has acted of your like "INDIAN charm LOXECUST"and
: ; 10 with the amount charged. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 181. knowledge 'of the field a the child is now in-
114; ;t accompanied F. DoLarua : mode of computing the rates upon \vod. must proving and may be seen by those who do

.ii i. Editorial; notices for private benefit will be j OFFICE NEW ANSVILLE," Santa Rosa John Chain -i.e. letters from one office within the ',United know of something to relieve me. leve. Respectfully, not h-

jI ,t charged dbnble tile rate of advertising. E.S.AmosIsaiah I'" States or Territories to another,and also 'upon The reply was; that he was 'acquainted A.V.COLVIN.
4 EAST FLOlUDA.Fept. Cobb, Jr. ," l letters between the United States and the British To E. Poinsett
Religions,L'Lftuary,and Marriage notices,will with the properties of some roots Esq.
i : .it, tf. Daniel McLeod Ucle&nna North American provinces-is to be as follows, to plant'and
Walton
which he would ST.NICHOLAS, Fla. 31 j .
,July ISoX !
t published gratis. '.' D. McKinnonWm. ," wit i Single rate, if not exceeding half an ounce ;
Communications must'post pl d. ', B. M. PEARSON, Angus. W. Mc'Col. ... double rate if exceeding half an ounce, but not effect; and animated with friendship, be set : Dear Sir: This is to certify! that two Bottles of
m: an ounce treble rate, about the your Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECUST"
;
I ATTORNEY AT LAW. Holmes Abner Baker iordo exceeding i exceeding a preparation of a medicine Immedi-
\ Cno ounce, but not exceeding an and a has permanently cured two of
hal; our Negroes,eta severe
4
: J. Pr Sanderson HAS removed to Jacksonville Florida a' Martin W. Brett f ately. The material was gathered by his Diarrh I
take
t:1;:: sand and so on charging an additional rate for a pleasure in recommending
? eYer
will practice fajthe Eartern.and Southern Circuits Robt. R..Golden ; additional half ounce or fraction of half own hands and then carefully compounded.It your valuable Medicine-as being without doubtone
:'a; ,; .a.TTOJlJUT-AffJ C00KSBiM AT'LJW, Washington Orange' .41i The mode of computing rates upon letters to completely the cure was of the best and safest remedies for tfiit laitn
: \ .i removed his office from Columbia r J the Supreme Court of the State, and in Norman A. that I have heard of '
HAVING Campbel Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries, effected.-The fame of-thin or seen. Yours truly,
Jacksonville Duval the: U. S. District Court for the Northern District John A. C ,cure, spreading "
, :. to County, i j the British North American provinces excepted, W.O.McINTYRE.
circle
of friends induced
, : respectfully Informs bis friends that he will conttnne i 'of Florida. Feb. 19, 1852..tf. JackonColhoun FredTc R. PittmahS. Marila'' will remain a at present,under the act of 3d among a ; frequent To E. Poinsett. ,Eiq. *
; .C. Bellamy I March, 18.and agreeably to instructions appended applications for the medicine, until, to avoid JA U lmLI.zlmie 9th,IS51-
the practice of his profession, as formerly.
: I ; James Griffin of the trouble of making a each
It. will attend at each and every Term of I HOPKINS & BRAHAM, Calvin Stephens t tie foreign pstBgel.DIRECTINS. preparation Dear Sin I have used your Indian Ltxeeust
I Attorney1 at Law time a quantity was made up and .kept on in my family and have found it a valuable
very
I
t' \, ". :. t the Circuit Court in the several Counties of j i OFFICE at PALATKA, E. Fin., R. B. Evans Blountstown" 1st. Every exceeding hal hand to give away; without a thought of remedy for Diarrhoea. I take great pleasure in
F. Parker
: the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of : lnJ. an ounce in weight, shall bo deemed thsingle accepting a remuneration. More than-one recommending it to the public
.
WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business J. Land'Franklin
'; .: Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme .hos. or rat. hundred cures were effected. At Respectfully, J.E.TOWN8END. .
; Gowrtat Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. 'I entrusted to their care will be promptly attended T.Bennett Apalachicola drop-letters, or letters placed in any the advice of friends and tired of lengbl by Egber Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE ,
Sam'l W. Spencer office, not for but for E.Fla.
to. February 19, 1852..tf post delivery Ma117
1851.
trnsiion. ,
t;:. .._' Angnstine. All business entrusted to- his carewill i .. only, shall at the rate of made upon his time and ,he determinedto
{ -Savannah Republican please publish tf., and b wih pstage purse Dear Sin This nyty certify to you that I bad a
: :: :. receive prompt attention. 'I send their bill to this office. Middle Cfrcuit.Gadsdcn one cent manufacture the medicine for sale, conscious negro girl suffering under a severe attack of Diarrhaea .

I AddressJ. P. SANDERSON, Jacksonville, Edward C. Love Quincy 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whos compensation -. that what had proved a blessing to a and that the use of one bottle of your
for the last
i. J}.vat CoitHtv, Fpnda. I. Joseph S. Baker, II. D. Robt C Lester 30th June) did not preceding exceed$fsl,may year send(ending the few, could not lose its virtues from being preparation called Indian Loxeeust" effectually
-t I tfHcQueen Samnel B. Love though: offered to the from cured her, and I would take this method of recommending
; Jacksonville.Jan. 17. 1S50; PRACTITIONER OF the mail all letters written by himself many, or having its mer-
MEDICINE it
MIDWIFERY Hugh O. McLeanLeon h as a very valuable Medicine.
: I ceive through the m witen communications cantile price, instead of being gratuitous. Yours truly JOHN BRANTLEY.
; AND SURGERY:
,. mcIntosh, David W. Gwynn Taabasse addressed to ,o business,which. This, then, is the origin of- Mr. Egbert Poinsett.
t Office on the corner of Marlet and Forgt.iStreets. ? Oscar A. Myers shall not exceed in weight one half onnte, free ol
2: ATTORNEY AT LAJV, T. Blocker PoissETf INDIAN JACKSONVILLE,July 26 185!.
I Haley postage. This does not authorize them to frank LXJS. ,
.; WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern opposite the Court HOUK. I John H. Rhodes any letters unless written by themselves, and on; He does not enter the Dear Sir: Sometime since I was attacked with

Circuit; the United States District Court at St. I JACKSONVILLE; FLA. WakuaVm.. J. Council Newport their private business only; nor docs it authorize for public favor in the ranks of Quackery. a severe Diarrhoea-so severe that I could not at
I
:' Angnstine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; Cct. 16, tf. W. Mound them to receive free of postage any thing but He has no dreams of building up splendid tend to my business. I was recommended to try
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written communications "INDIAN "
addressed LOXECUST.
Abijah Hall to your I
and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of themlves fortune from pills and potions. Yet he doe; procured one
BOSTON Alfonso R. Combs and on their private business. Bottle of it. -.A the same time two members et
., the'Government at & GUNBY not profess-Jo be so disinterested a philanthropist
Florida-Hgainst Washington, Thomas J. Chaco my family were afflicted with the same disease.
!. either before Congress or at the Departments.O COTTON FACTORS Jefeno Craven G. Fife Yontcelo ."tlop Ratetptr qrttcht tent from as to offer his medicine for the public We all Used the medicine from the one Bottle, .

{ ADDRESS, Jacksonville, East Ftorkfx. AND.- Daniel T. Lenizo 1' -"? the pbllcatc. acu bona fide good alone. He wished and hopes to realize and I am now happy to inform yon that it cured
.? .ub all
John Wooten rbe. us entirely. We are now all well and hearty
fair
a return for his labor and tbe
; tf GENERAL COMMISSION I ex
Mar 2. ISO MEUCIIAKTS. Fr after the 30th of June, 1851, for- each from the use of only one Bottle of your Valuable
Corner Bay and Jefferson Streets, laisc Alex'r Sam!.McDonald R. Sessions 'C thou newspaper not exceeding three ounces in weight pense to which he has been subjected. He Medicine. \ours truly rTD10THY .
James W. Bryant the annexed rates to be offers no universl remedy for "the that HARRIS.
;: .i: SAVANNAH, GA. 4 John H. Patterson per quarter are paid quarterly is
A.TTGKRE5: AND CoUNSELiOIt-AT-LAW Robert McKinney in advance. Thes rates only apply where flesh is heir to, but simply claims have To E. Poinsett,Esq. _
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'I. JOHS BOSTON. JOHN H. CVNBT. the paper is sent the office of publication tactual discovered a the vegetable Mandarin,Fla., Oct. 1,1851.
: .. Will attend'to Professional business in the Courts Hamilton Henry J. Stewar and bona fide subscribers. remedy king Dear Sir-Some
October 30, 1851. tf. : it William Jaspr dom for a of disease firmly time since I was on a visit near
r ef the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in the Federal I i ; your place, and was suddenly taken very sick.
Wm. J. J. DuncanJjyemiah believing that when he it will cure he
: Northern District of Florida. .E. 'M. MOORE .' says Your Indian Loxeeust was recommended. The
Court for the & CO. i B. Smith but
I speaks what the name of that medicine friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle
ALSO AGENT GENERAL Eastern Circuit. Ai'a purports in the Seminole dialect-THE TRUTH r of it in the house,and I used it, and take pleasure

;::;' ; J. for general Business in the State, respecting : COmmISSION HEROHANTS AND Colubia Geo. S. Herbert ; rp in informing you that it cured me. f am

; .. grants and donations of lands, and the location S. Scarborough Algtr I sE averse to having my name in print,but ttitt,for
It'" FACTORS T. Wright the benefit of those that may b-afflicted,you can)
I A. J. 'FOISETTS
a er selling thereof. Lawrence K. IllIhN L si:: publish this if you think it necessary.
.. (Smetta' new Warehouse) .ickler
: Yours -
-:. : ALSO AGENT Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts. with respect
219 Bay-Street, Savannah Ga.E. Alachua A. M. Caston Newnansville TIlE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE SUSANNAH HARTLEY.
: for the collection of Claims upon the United 4 Saml Russell ., Not over 50 miles 2 15 10 6 2& Ij
Dr E Poinsett
Jacksonville.Fla.
Orer 60 and not over REMEDY FOR THE CURE OF
j' States for Military or other services pensions M. MOORE, N. M. HARRIS. Chas L. WionD"al miles .
Hill
10 5 21 Gravelly Oct.20, 1851.
3
3 2
.: supplies furnished volunteers, and for horses.or Oct. J, 1851. tf. 'Fclx Livingston Jacksonville 3 not over 1000 0 CHRONIC DIARRHEA I : Dear Sir: Your Indian Loxecaet is a good med

:. ether property lost, for which the United States I V. Garnie 75 4 s 15 7J Sj icine. SODM time since I pnrcb&seclalXlUlefrolD
liable. LOUD & CO., Geo. H. Smith Over 10 not over 2000 AND A M. Reed,Esq.,your agent,and gave it to oner

':. Factor and Commission Merchant, I Uriah Bowde M&darinNasu mies 100 60 4 3 1C 5 DYSENTERYWhich of my negroes that had suffered very nnrch from -
Address Jacksonville.East Florida. -- -
t not over 4000 a severe attack of Dysentery. It cured him. Soon
''i.' _ _ _ 'SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, C. C. Bessent 'VoolockMi 2. 75 121 61 has afterwards I had another attacked with tb
12 5 2 ever been presented to the public. negro *
; No.118, Bay Street. A. J. Broddock Orer 4000 miles 7. same disease. I purchased another bottle and it
,
::. OSCAR HART, 10 0 6 s J It stand upon its own bltrt and needs nO cured him also. '

;; t, A TTORNEY AT LAW. Strict attention will be given to the sale of Cotton St. John'sPutnam'a Peter Gad Humphreys B. Dumas Augustine. S DIRECTIONS.1st. p .ng. ZIT HAS NO FAIL TO CUBE I do not hesitate a moment In recommending

: .: v Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house, or other produce and liberal advances made RaphaelB.Canova ., Weekly ppT only, when sent a ate I IN J SING.INSANCE your Indian Loxecust to the public, as being the
; are to free in the certain
Forsyth street. when desired. Bated. county most remedy for Dysentery that I have
H. R. Blanchard t Pat published and this although Valuable preparation & compounded ever use d. or heard ef. If
; conveyed
ae mrs you see coo
proper you
..: Wiu. pISOteI i. the c v,ral counties of the JOHN W.C. LOUD. P H.LOUD. it Stanislaus Glinski in mail over 60 nriles. several medicinal roots growing i the publish this. lows truly \

-::. Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the Jan. 22, 1852. Jy. .Robert T. Boyd 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 square Wilds of Florida. It is PREY and WOLY MILES PRICE.
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collection of claims against the United States forf1" OrangeMarion William Campbel EntcrpriceNellonville inches, are to b charged one quarter the above, Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville. -
Henry A. rates. ef the above disease. The Inventor and Proprietor
Military services, and for Horses lost, or other DOLLNERGeneral & POTTER. Elijah Watson i< 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to ex. is fully convinced t1 it is an invaluable Jacksonville,Fla., Sept.251851.

0.. property lost or destroyed by troops in said service Commission Merchants John M. j Ocala change free of postage,one copy of each number Medcin I fact the bi tLt he haa given it Dr E Poinsett-Sir* This is to certify that I

: .It Also, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers or 154. Front Street, Corner Maiden tt Robert Mcntosh 'a only; and this privilege extends to newspapers I to which ae th jMton- have been permanently cured of a severe Diiwrhoea
Lan, by the use of most nJuablfl'medicloe-eaUed
published in Canada. idling success with which it your
,S be widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. Up Stair, New York I S. E. Helrenston FIlington want
Indian Loxecnst
after
Jesse M. Willis I 4th. The weight of newspapers must be takenor him in saying that it. a POSITIVE I suffering for more- than 12
ti.-' Also, claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers WILL attend promptly to all business entrustedto Oca determined when they are in a dry state. He has i to the determination t; months with that distressing disease.- I tab pleasure

and the widows and orphans deceased of- their care. Particular attention given to the Southern Circuit. i ilIs'oro' 6th. Postmasters are not entitled to receive place it within the reach of all, knowing how m in recommending your moat valuable uedi

.: teen and soldiers. sole of Cotton Lumber Timber and Simon Tnrmon Tampa newspapers free of postage under their,fag ny suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous duo to aS similarly afflicted' _
., liirpentine; I remain yours truly
.: S privilege particularly in the Southern and
.: Also, wiU give his attention to conveyancing also to the purchase of goods. .4 Martin Cuuningha" .. 6th. Payment in advance does not entitle the Dea. A. J:JOHNSON'.

to examine titles and record, and ascertaining & -LiberaI advancements made on consignments. BenjJ. Hagler party wing to any deduction from the above In purchasing my Indian Iioxecnit" f t Formerly of Jacksonville,N. C.

claims to lands. February 19. 1852..ly. Hcrando.1i. Elias Malcomb G. Knight C. Peterson pring] .HOI rates particular the label.I and look for my written signature o L CLIFTOH, FLA., Oct.6, 1851.

: AH business entrusted to him will meet with i.1C Nathan'1 M.100d1' Rates of Pottage to be charged upon aS transient t refer the public below to a few certificates Dear Sir: One Bottle of your Loxecnst has completely

prompt attention; and all instruments of writing K. s. DARGAN Ezekiel Slph UMonr and description of Prin lected from among many receive from cured one of my,men of long standing,
Ncpp
tVt otle rst
,
: will be cxceated by him with neatness and de Benjamin Sawyer Key West and ble citizens of J obstinate Diarrh .-From its complete and certain -
PtiC
Ntlqpr
'' ., ,1 DENTIST James M. Braoewcll publithed at EGBERT POINSETT. efficacy where all other medicines had failed

spatch.Jacksonville (OK COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,) Robt.Clarke and tent from the office publication to mo atul P. S. Planters should not be without this valuable I take pleasure in recommending it as a most
valuable
medicine. Yours &
Jan.
25.1851. trfI' c.
"
l his John Boyle and bona fide tvbtcnbert.NOTE. I
friends and Medicine
acpnatntanees of Every family ought. keep it T..E. BIJCKMAN.
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Florida, that he will make a professional visit onhand. To Dr.E.Poinsett.
\ AGENCY to the State about the 25th of January, and will And e offirflo Tax Assessor and Collector. .-For each .. C S & A. M. REED, principal Agent for Jackson-

F07I CLAIMS AT W WASHINGTON remain one month. Will visit Jacksonville, additional ounce, or S a ville. Jacksonville, Nov. 12, issr,
Ocala and the adjoining counties. Such as may For the Afflicted.OUGII fraction of an ounce, 88 Mr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir: I take pleasure ia

William E. desire his services. can obtain them by notifying SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettesfor beyond the ten ounce; 5 A,i 4 TESTIMONIALS. expressing to you my approbation of your Indian
him
Kennaugh by letter,to Ocala meet him .
or at that C
: point,a the Asbthmatio and in this table, additional 8 s Lpxicnst as a family medicine. I have used it
: REAR WI .t.AItIJ'S HOTEL PENNSYLVANIA AVEIUEContinues or Jan.any other designated 1852.4t.AMERIOANIAND. of practlble access. Pills, derangements of ConsampUc the Liver, ; Heptio rate will a be g. : S S 8 with good success. Yours respectfully
15-22.
SEVEN CASES
/ &o. Tonic and Bitters for the,' 0 g l CURED !!! J, SWART.
the .
to give his prompt attention to arrangement ; Pin ; DyspepUo; ehged ,
., and prosecution of claims before Congress FOREIGN r Antalgio l' ,Ointment and Tinctures, for the ,- S t. 'Si| Ma'E CREEK,FLA., De .9- ISoli Jacksonville, Nor.17.1251.:
I.
relief of Rheumatic and 0 0 -
Nephutio, gouty .
Mr Mr. Poinsett-This will inform that for
of the Executive PoinsetM you
or any Departments.- AGENCY Ptenitetme Pills and for arresting
pains; lU.das. Cts. Cts. SIR r For tie benefit of several years 1 have suffered much at different
Ct. the'afflicted
r Claims arising from the Revolutionary, Florida CITY OF WASHINGTON, speedily, (cito tuto etJecude, D uoons and One ox. or under 2 3 Ct. Ct publish the following have had seven you cases can ol timeefrom Chronic Dianh r. I have tried your

; C or Mexican wars; Invalid, Revolutionary,hail the direction of AARON other discharges from the urinary organs; Sty Over 1 oznotover2 ox. 2 4 6 8 10 Diarrhoea on my plantation this season ; all of r Indian Loxecnst and received an entire relief
HAIGHT tic for uterine and other "
1L pay or Widows' Pensions; Naval or Army; UNDER of New York and WORTH- dropicol, Ointments, IJowdel Hemorrhages ; for reducing 44 2"3 tt .tt '4 3"K .. 3 6 9 12 15 which have been cured by the u of your mostvaluable and have nojjreason to doubt its being permanent.
4 8 12, 16 it to be. which
medicine Believing a duty 1 to tbt afflicted
INGTON GARRETTSON called Indian Loxecnst. owe
Bounty Land or Scrip, under law'of Feb. 11 SNETHENofNew dropsical swellings; Cardiaeal Pills, for !' 4" 'i g ". 5 10 2
J5 I
I Yours present this certificate, which
Orleans, Attorneys and Counsellors of the diseases of the heart and of the blood it u" 2 2 respectfully, JOHN PRICE,1r. you yea
w 1847 or August 10, 18-8; Arrearages of Pay and Supreme purification ; g i Qtti 6 12 18 can nso as ,you think proper. 1 will also
Court of the : say
United States. Alterative Pills,for the renovation of the constitution g tt '7 7 2 S STILL ,ANOTHER.Black :
; I Mileage due returning Volunteers Claims for This establishment is 1 21 that in conversing with many who have used your
; formed for the following ; Antidysenterie for dysentery and tt j ti it g 4C 2 3
{ Horses lost and other objects: PU t 8 2 3 Creek,Fla., Feb. let, 1832. medicine. I have not found one who did not receive
Property destroyed; Ex-: diarrhoea; Magic Emboaton for g tt g tt 9 18 4 relief.
: ptK. incurred by Volunteers before being mustered : 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of the speedy relief of nervous aectonse '49 tf ft fl 10 10 8 Dar Sir-Sometime since a member of my JOHN C. LEY
: and received into service the United States, and conducting professions l those of females; 2 S 4 6 fay was very ill, indeed,with a Diarrhoea. I Pastor Methodist Jacksonville.,
., J Waggonmasand business before Congress. Washes, (the former secure against infection, and I DIRECTIONS. to several things usually, given for the Church

Teauutcn' claims; Marines', sailors, 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims the latter neutralizes by a chemical process,anycontagions 1. On Disease J but none of them would afford uny re- Jacksonville, Dec. 4th 1851.
ke.5 "e.Uaving. in law or equity, against the United' States be vicus with which one to every transient newspaper, unsealed circular ,lief. 'nu Indian ,Loxecust was recommended
fore Congress or the mar ehnce handbill, engraving,pamphlet,,periodical, Dr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir: Three parts of a
executive Departments or come in contact;)Colic Syrnps,for by several persons j I made up my mind to try it,
1 all the forms for book Bottle of most valuable.
magazine and
necessary a other of yonr medicine called Indian
proper against foreign Governments every description, ,
before I
Boards o!f for' !, So.; and am very glad did so, as one Bottle effecteda
presentation of claims, together with the rules Commissioners. cuteot, Iwelog pimples freckes., printed matter the above rat.must in all cases cure. You will please publish such Loxeenst has entirely relieved me of a sever
3. For the settlement of accounts with Ungent. b prepaid, according to valuable Medicine thil. attack of Diarrhoea. I cheerfully recommend
and the Dentiefices and
; regulations governing different Depart"Dents the burns,&o.; eyes a ought to to
;ii -. ,be II prepared to undertake all claims, o!f State, Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office, and Collutories,CoUyi teeth and gums;.and various \ benever is any to printed be matter on which,thepostage the publio. :Spread it far and near in'order that your medicine to those With similarly afflicted.
Interior.Departments, and obtaining the remission other remedies are manufactured to order, on 'requi prepaid, f h through the Afflicted find, relief. You&o., respectyoors&e.. -
J; : .hat kind jioever, that may require the services, of fines,penalties, and forfeitures for alleged chemical and pathological principles universally the :ofPostmate or ; m ELI BL1TCH.. V THAD. C. ANDRE\V S.
sent without -
attn Agency at this violations of, tho revenue, office prepayment.th se shall be charged Dr.E Poinsett. -
'I' place. post or other recognized by the profession; and generally ke-ton : with double o Sea'Island Cotton
Particular attention given to the settle- laws. r band at the Brick Office of DtDAKEB 3. Bound books ; Gins.
tf proper and parcels of printed matter F.
4. For securing letters patent for inventions opposite the Court 1.a.CKOIVLE. AugtSt 1851. SUBSCRIBER. takes this
-
gent Quartermasters accounts. from the United States or from,foreign Governments per HouB.PRICE phi. box,&0.,. wit'.do not mailable weighing matter over S.ounces. .shall be. deemed. .Dear Sir t This win inform bottle THE. inform the planters of Long Staple opportunity Cot.

I J charges moderate, and regulated by the amount ,and procuring land warrants and pensions tions for their use. tl,O ? Periodicals of your medicine, called INDIAN. LBWT. tons that he still continues the manufacture-of,
published at
r; claimed,and the extent services required. t under..the various pension,laws of the Unite PRESCRIPTIONS, extn. withmedi: ing three months, and sent from intervals the ,not ec- permanently cured two* of,my svere h latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS-don-
; cines in hand and flOO, aooordlng.Jtojcontractand office attack of Dysentery 1- ble and at his usual
tAH to inMir t&teti.te.ofl..tions ,$5,00 libatIon t6 actual and bona consider it &excellent single, rates and is ready, t*
commnloaton inaeriioa fide
.: ,c mast gsnmrsiIyarnbraeing debts I. the nature of the case,'when to be lubaer ore medicine for this complaint, and take fill all orders at the shortest notice. .
bepost paid dec 4-tf legacies, and inheritances, .in the United State the cure is completed;'or,in incurable case*;when in the charged lost above with table one half the met ed sure I recommending, it to the public.g'"pla For the reputationof..GillS.aJ lo the fol.

ii: ---.: and foreign countries. the relief promised is afforded.. Special Cqntact ,and prepayment ur- Respectfully_ lowing Agents, or to.those who_have them in use
ter
6.'Fvtihe purchase and sale of lands s postage thereon_must in all be required.jrenooicais ., your ,
: in any o f made in chronic oases,when J J ce & .
1j ; 4M:11OYTC.r the States Territories. of the Union, and loan Orders from a distance desid' t. pUJ1hec at intervals of more th Mr.Et.Poinsett.. FERANDEZ.To AGENTS.p, ,
Ft ing HtfHjeyi on mortgage of-real estate_lying will meet with prompt attention. elcto thee chge with the full rt;whch t Villalonga A osta,'Centervillage.
GEIiBAt; t iouissio: MER HANTe. L therein.; Jacksonville, Deo,.12 183L vBUiFINGTON' .' mol be prepaid., '" : ."THERE, -IS NO FAIL.'IN IT." Capt. B.R.Bythewood Beaufort s.C.., +
ii 7. Fort inTestment of funds in United States '" -la case there is on or fit any newspaper, LSt. Feb Scott tt DeVeaox, Charleston, S. C.

4 taThe: And and State stock and loans collection of the dividends HOUSE prodic pamphlet, or other printed matter or Joh'Beach' F1, : 5th, 1852. Tbon &Harris 0 E.Florida. ,
; Buying OfEVERY
,, Selling thereonand, generally for the transaction therewith, any manuscript 'oi Dar Sir-Having used,10 mo valuable Fernando, Bis\r. & Co..Jacksonville,Eo J1a.
DESCRIPTION'' OF AGRICULTURAL of all business pertaining to a wJCan-and JACKSONVILLE, EAST PLOBIDA.', any kind by which information shall be asked for; caled} Indian .wih complet 'LR. Dukes, PslatkaF.B .

';. ..IM1'LEMENTAND; banking agency. THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the or communicated in writing, or by marks or signs success in my f&i 1 feel it a du ee t you .'Host & Co., Savannah,Ga. ,
MAC All communications ,addressed postpaid,' to in general, that this House will be all the said pwspr;priodical.pamphlet, or other and the ptfbfio you that myself twochildren S.'L. Niblaok & Co., AlligaJor.E. F
HI ;
NEE Y. : Messrs. Palmer Snethen. American and Foreign completed and prepared for the reception ctBoard- printed postage; have been cured of a- severe Diarrhoea Lartinger & Harris, Eliaa1JethtoWJrLoft

fr$ ALSO, \ Agency .city of Wash'ngton will receive. ers tJthe flrst;day'of. October and it is the. duty ef the POmur.to remove with it,when nothiug else would give us relief.- County,Ga. ; .
nett
r I 'Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones;: Ensopus, prompt and( attent'on. hundred feet front,with in front the wrappers and envelopes a prited matter PbU t i you pieu. Yours respectfully ALSO

Colagen Cullin and Bolting Cloth Also every A'ALMEIt&SNETHEN, and rer'malg {it as comfortable &any House and pamphlets not charged pstet CHA.BitOWI. EXTKA BOXES iw>B.tJsaw can laaioftii' *
1p kind of produce North and South, and CASHpai 4 Office No.0 Carroll. Place, CapitollIilJ. in will'be able t accommodateover for the purpose of i05t&IningwhOthdX- .pro Dr E-?oiU. subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons'
t wanting;
Wool Hides,Deer Skins, and Shipping Fur JuyS. lawtf. one hundred.and 'He would upon or connected with'any'such'printed I
c;; for t'LiHOYT. ;- say more particularly to ]pnon the South or in such package, any or thing matt! '1 O&soIMa1 6th,2851., orto Gins;or,Gins repaired' please direo to Agents, .
BILBO.
-
HAMPTQy.L.. Bounty for health, and the benefit of delightful would authorize or mattr' of a higher 'i This i. to certify it is with nnch pleasure that I ,- S.L.BURNSV
I4 Lad.eitdGeneraI:, Agency, he has bad an eye to their,especial ou cimat rate of thoroA.q te,, announc.to the Public that I have been effectually St.Mary sGeorgia.

$ p % ?. Reference: .' Washington. C. has made his arrangements to co1or "ptag N.K H. cured of the distressing complaint called June 5, I.la1r6rD.. f ,
Mean. A DEU 'O.I& Co.; FEAKKLIM&B 4Jrr- him mat m1 .POST Orison ; by the highly.-recommended 0
T.\V; A.LK.IIB give a call comfortable cared DKPARTMKHT, June 14,1851.MASONRYBRICKLAYING. .: ttu :I '
LET? WKBSTEE PALMES, SWIFT, DEKSLOW JcCe I JOSEPH wlU'pve'promi t J-TheTal1abasoeta1e .Agency is.at, -:: Poinsett, ,I bad resorted to m Notice.
4LJ, I ., Bavanaah Ga.; Wx P. MILUK &, Co., ntion to the BOUNTY Y T fen *f. ,t. if t1 but of no avail; I was- induced,to try 'hg: TO'THE OFFICERS AND SOLDiERS'OF'
LAND CLAIMS of -
5'a % New York; Rcoaus NODXS MASON&Co., Bos- officers and soldiers engaged PLASTERINO palatable and and to
r--T. SAMUEt.PUFFINQTON.:, my great
I I'i 'Urn M 8I.; If. B. Looms, Esq., New. London, in the FLORIDA WAR j or in either of the- IADIAM r -. -, &c. --_ satisfaction' peuMecie within -a few _*THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE.
Ct.; H. 8. McCoxBS, EKQ, Wilmington: DeL, :WAU in which the U.TStates have been. engaged, H ,.Sept. t8, 1851.-Sm. ,PEQPRIITOR.CLEfCK .- PuRE UNDERSIGNED take* this method of' days; and have not been troubledsince with 'THE.RErOLUTIOff.:: '

C 9 Savannah. August 23th,J :wpt. 4-tf or the War U.with Gnat.Britain'. 18.12;-to JL informing the public that he do aomucb dreaded d1ease.I .,, tha. : recent Act of CoVgres*,ofBcert sad W.
claims on the ;Statei for MILITARY l'rea& By
.- B RVICES, ; Bricklaying, Masonry, Plastering, happy to say other mete cures have (who have not received) are-enW1ecl
SUPPLIES, mmmiS LOSTFROPIRTT, fro.: and to HOJB &0..to.wilLJurnish4plan[ .and Work com' .my'own' "a few to BOUNTY LAND.fa tertioM of:'one'month
,
J. HN- A.,EIAYEH. DHUOGIST. any descriptiea of buslnew,requiring, an Agent or ., when desired by personrfB/whom he Is engaged days.>_1 cheerfully add my mite to the.already or mote l'theWidow.and minor children ef those
I Attorney it.WuhIngton.For procuring Land "
: to
execute
..1I6BI'Ollato. ctrect Sarknnab G be r :: 'trorJ withoutextra eb&rp--IIois great imountof.t.iUmany: 1th.regsr ;to'lou deceased are also entitisTas.erlbewjj
Warrant, his charge will 5. In other eases v rent1. well known citizens of J Valuable Medicine. 1 '
would abnTe as:a am,respeofnlly,&o.. :, undertake'at, a,. moderate: eompeusation, ', Bclaims >
,- '; OFFERS for sale' fvery arUelt'iit Ui gth.cbargewIllbepropOrtiOfltOtben&turosnd*. 'I' of the,renpecuaiiy' so* competent mechanic, and work H.-HA ,. of those interested.,'Havtai been employ'
f, 0 .. the patronage pnblitU .There aiseadyfovc1tIzens of the he ere To ErPoinsettjEsq.. in ..
line of business besides- place, refers ed public office for.nratrearr.hlsexperieac
i .I Gas ,I: ,HwUaiwscti5oonuet1onw1th, Agent*, or time some five to I r unoccupied, additional of .' I& > in suck matter will enable,him
Gas Lamp C&njphiae eride .to
Spirit ; Attorney! in who-may ,be'employed the tame with ., 7he House' h qutou. JACKSOMViua, May21IS51.DearSIrrIconsIderlttobematter'of afford creak
retVsWarraiiUd Freta F b y)* plaster facilities to elaimanto for LAND/ .'
t' ) Lwi, Garden Bonnty Land claims, 'onterms .hundred and fifty yards oi t' : : .AND.TEN
the
L04 Soe4J galsofurniihedU ..JOHNIVERS.' duty SIONS and save them a ,deal afrtroabto
great
tti -.; ,- :Scgar*, &f & '-. maybe agreed will receive spOBL; tten:[which should b for Office/ -i,hmTb',1denpc: *0 Agent 'N:'B;'To Planters''be wbnldjwy tb inform you that I had been labeling under,a &nd"expeue. Where he obtains nothing, no
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':, wtoIesiU and retafl. -- experience very ,rrhoBawUchrbaffled the charge&tude. 'A.111.tten
., At -- Hack Maillinei,both having for Ocala intiuttlnf| pi Sugar Oe&-paLt1ri1l ri
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